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Inf-VI :ig Here they come-there they go- The first and last of the circus show- Clowns come singing in the street, Then the trumpets, then the drums, After them ten thousand feet Shake the town, and the blue sky hums Like a sounding-hoard as the bright array Tunes its voice to the singing whip That knows a song of a darker day, And the last Sea shore, and the ultimate ship. ADMINISTRATION 7 rvvv U K K 1ruHl .g,5,1U i Wu -9 'V V 1 I x democracy, in order to perpetuate itself and thrive, must provide equal opportunity for all of its members to improve themselves that they may better serve it. Therefore, our Country, through its Commonwealths, is devoting much of its' resources to the education of its youth. The University of Illinois, as part of the educational system of the State, is maintained primarily to educate, for the public service in a large sense, those who come to it. Whatever personal success you attain in your indi- vidual callings will contribute, directly or indirectly, to the public welfare. One of the finest ideals that a univer- sity trained man or woman can have is a sense of duty to the public in return for the opportunities it has given him for self-improvement. A I N fx N K N x x x .x Ax .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx -.x -xx ..x ..xZx4. 1.. 11. I.. 1,. 0. 0. A- 1,- 11. I., A. A. ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, .Ty 11- lp. I4 IN Page 19 0 o' 'lI'lHllE1llg,5,1Ub ll IL Lllflln - X yyfyyy HON. LEN SMALL HON. LOUIS L. EMMERSON THE IBDAIQD DF TID ITEEI The Governor of Illinois The Superintendent of Public Instruction Hon. Len Small, Springfield Hon. Francis G. Blair, Springfield Hon. Louis L. Emmerson, Springfield OFFICERS OF THE BOARD J. W. ARMSTRONG, Rock Island .... ..... P resident A. M. BURKE, Champaign ..... ..,.. T ,eammr H. E. CUNNINGHAM, Urbana .... ..... S ecretary Lnovu MOREY, Urbana ...... ..... C omptroller ELECTED MEMBERS ' Merle J. Trees George A. Barr Mrs. Anna W. Ickes M1-5, Laura B. Evans Chicago Joliet Hubbard Woods Taylor-ville Mrs. Mary E. Busey James W. Armstrong Robert R. Ward William L. Noble Urbana Rock Island Benton Chicago Mrs. Helen M. Grigsby Frank L. Simpson Walter T. Fisher Pittsfield Flora Chicago . - ' . 1 4 . ,IL I TW - ' - 1 ' ' 'L ""f'T:'?'4":1? ik.. . . , 4.. . , Fi' Ki I la mi "' A Y QQ f ul l Burke Buscy Trees Ickcs Barr Fisher Morey Blair Noble Ward Simpson Evans Grigsby Cunningham ' .4644 -I A4 A bylxpbs 1. 11.. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1.. My 'A Page 20 A A ff ff AAAfvxAA , U MA, 'EE' IHI IE 'llugjjvnb IIIL L 6:1 I -P ' JAMES W. ARMSTRONG TCT If ITUDENTI DI: Il.I.I CII T IS a pleasure indeed to bring to you greetings from the University Board of Trustees and to felicitate you for the opportunity that is yours to secure an education at our great University. In our effort to promote the good name and welfare of the University we rely upon you now as students to do your part, and also later when you have joined the ranks of our alumni. The rapid progress that has been made by the Uni- versity of Illinois, I am certain, is due in a large measure to the army of fine young men and women of whom our student body and alumni are composed. r President, Board of Trustees I X I Q x x x x x s ax x s x .ax .mx .A .ax Ax .A ..x Ax .ex ..x .AfR4. A. 0. 0. 0. 11. 1, 0- 1.. 11.11. 0. A. I.. 0. 1,- 1. I.. 1.. 1. fl Q Page 21 b A yv yv- yu yu xy xv Q' 'ir :Hi IE 1' gp 5 .Up 1lIL1l.1l Ur - .A LA THE CDLLEGE Cf W' X' 1 I . - x 454 ' N' Y V , I ... . v 9 7 LIIBEIQAL ADT! AND ICIENCEI Kiaxonic CHARLES Bfxucocx, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, was born in South Brookfield, New York, on September 8, 1864. He studied at the University of Minnesota and at Harvard, completing his work there in 1896. On leaving Harvard, he became an assistant professor at the University of California. This position he left to accept the presi- dency of the University of Arizona in 1903. From 1910 to April, 1913, he served as a specialist in higher education in the United States Bureau of DEAN KICNDRIC C. BABCOCK HE College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was founded in IQIS by the union of the former Col- lege 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 much the largest of the Colleges, not only in the num- ber of its students, but also in the size of its faculty, Its nineteen separate departments and its affiliation Education, accepting his present position at the end of that time. with the other Colleges and Schools of the University offer the student a general education. The College offers special curricula in Chemistry and in Chemical Engineering, as well as pre-profes- sional courses in preparation for journalism, law, and medicine. The College provides, moreover, instruction in its several departments for students registered in other Colleges and the Graduate School to such an extent that it may well be considered the general serv- ice College of the University. E' tif'-up . . - 'J Chemistry Building x xsmx ,AQKKAQQ A b,xb,,7y,, ? ? N P P p 1 P I :gm .. ..x .ex .. .K . ,A A -,X Page 22 vvvv7 6 'A -, 'ir ul-ul IE 11- p .Up lm. Lll'Ub , Q 5' 311 THE confer of commence AND e nwwliu ADMI NIITIQATIDN Cl:IARLES MANFRED THOMPSON, IOQ, Dean of the 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, he went to Harvard University, where he studied in 1910-11, returning to the Uni- versity of Illinois in 1911 as an assistant in history. He continued his grad- uate work here, receiving his Ph.D. in 1913. Since that time he has been serving continuously on the faculty, accepting his present position in 1919. DEAN CHARLES M. THOMPSON HE 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 tools, it is interested, however, in teaching them how to make tools when, after they leave College, 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 Commerce is to give its students a lib- eral education with a bias toward business. This it does by requiring them to major in economics ac- counting, 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. - , 7 1? I 'V e New Commerce Building ,VX x x,,x .. .x -,x .xx ..x ..x Ax -ex .xx -.x -ex .ax .A .ex .xx .xx .ex -AAJA 1.- h. A. 0. 11. lf. lp- le- 11. I.- 0. 1,- I.. 11. 1,. 1. 1, 1, 1 1 Page 23 Q fN1.vVxGfx ' rf4rfQff4r4rf4rf4r2'feQ's22grwfrf4xfrffssE L'wlil9SQ'U' 9 A ff M11.o SMITH KI-ZTCIVIUM, 195, Dean of the College of Engineering, was born in Burns, Illinois, on January 26, 1872. Since finishing his undergraduate work, he has been constantly connected with universities, except for two brief periods. In 1897-9 he served as bridge and structural engineer for the Gillett-Herzog Manufacturing Company, and in 1903-4 was with the Amer- ican Bridge Company in Kansas City. Before assuming his present position in 1922, he served in similar capacities at the University of Colorado from 1905 to 1919, and at the University of Pennsylvania from 1919 to 1922. DEAN MILO S. KETCHUM HE College of Engineering has ten departments published 188 bulletins and I7 circulars. Numerous of instruction and offers fourteen specialized cur- manuscripts presenting the recent results of investi- ricula. No institution in America has done more to gations have been accepted for publication. Over promote research in engineering science than the Uni- eighty investigations are in progress at the present versity of Illinois. Wherever engineering is practiced, time, the completion of some of which will be of tre- the Engineering Experiment Station is known for its mendous importance to members of the engineering valuable contributions to knowledge. The Station has industries. New Architect ure Building , A AAMA A we N amass , 1 Page 24 ,KfXf'Y fX,fXfX!XJAxfZ ' J' ., . .0 W c, , l , 'irumieqlf pgfgp lllglljllillb ,. . , , YQTQQ 4 4ffo4Q4x.W4 ss ' Ve -Q YYVDQSVY3. THE CDLLEGE DF C AGIQICULTUIQE HERBERT WINDSOR MUBIFORD, Dean of the College of Agriculture, was born in Moscow, Michigan, on February 26, 1871. He received his education at the Michigan Agricultural College, from which he was graduated in 1891, and ff0m which the honorary degree of Doctor of Agriculture was conferred upon him in 1927. Returning to his alma mater in 1895, he served as an instructor and assistant in the Agricultural Experiment Station, attaining his full professorship in 1899. In 1901 he became Professor of Animal Husbandry at the Universit o Illinois and since that time has been here continuously, y f , serving in his present capacity since 1922. VERY large part of the population of Illinois lives in what may properly be called a rural en- vironment. 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 make available to its students, through systematic instruction, the dis- coveries of science and the experiences of the. best DEAN HERBERT W. MUMFORD and research the Agricultural Experiment Station is constantly discovering new knowledge which is put into teachable form for the benefit of students and farmers. The College is also interested and primarily con- cerned with the training of men and women who be- cause of their education, will be able and willinyg to render a greater service to the world. farmers of all time. Through experiment, investigation fm Q H Old Agriculture Building xcxcxfxfxftc Axfxqxfxfaapsoyoxvxzx vxxvxvxxvnvhx, X Page 25 , fXf'X.fXfXfN.fXf Y , , ,V A'li'dHllE1l' ,510 UJILILIMUD . , Qi W Q ' Al' 2 XWQWYVPGW X Q rs Sf Sf L DEAN ALBERT J. HARNO HE College of Law was established in 1897. Since that time important changes have taken place in the field of legal education. With these the College has kept pace. During the last thirty years there has been a constant movement toward increased admission requirements to the study of law. This Col- lege has adopted the high standard of admitting only those students who are graduates of colleges of ap- Tl'lli CDLLEGE 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 LL.B., magna cum laude, at Yale University. He practiced in Los Angeles until 1917, when he became Dean and Professor at Washburn College of Law in Topeka, Kansas. In 1919 he wen! lo the University of Kansas as Professor of Law. He has served here as Professor of Law since 1921, and as Dean since 1922. proved standing and seniors in this University who are permitted to elect law courses toward their degrees. The primary aim of the College is to educate students through serious professional work for the practice of law. To that end it seeks to promote legal scholarship, to develop professional character, and to inspire an appreciation of the duties and responsibilities of a lawyer as a member of society. Law Building xXSXSsXKsSXsXxXX s ,-I ,,,,,,,,"' A ff A 14 .sX A QS e8 AS sK . .. 1 1 L cgggcgcggcgcsqggggggga ky I .QX A .1 .x .4 .s - .Q . .s . - - X .Q r A 8 A ' I Ia: .:Q:1.lwZ. A Page 26 ,vxfxfvxfxfxfxfxfxfNfNfNf'N ' 0 ' U' 'll' IHI IE 1llg,5.qU, IHL L , 51 Q4 nA T.l'llf CDLLEGE V T757 'ZH vi ir g, ,cp DI: ' EDUCATIDN CHARLES ERNEST CHADSEY, Dean of the College of Education, was born in Nebraska City, Nebraska, on October 15, 1870. He studied at Leland Stan- f0rd University and later at Columbia University, where he finished in 1897. ln 1907 he became Superintendent of Public Schools in Denver. In 1912 he accepted the same position in Detroit, and in March, 1919, became Superin- ' h' He left Chicago later in the same tenclent of the Public Schools of C zcago. year to accept his present position. HE College of Education has as its special func- . tion 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 DEAN CHARLES E. CHADSEY mental courses for the more adva d k by the College of Education. Cidtiridiiijai aaiize 222523 leadmg to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Gen- :gal hliduczxlon, lPhysical Education and ,Athletic 'oac mg, gricu tural Educat' , 1 d ' tion, and Music Education. lon n usmal Educa- t Administration. While many types of educational ? preparation must include graduate study, the funda- I 9- 1 ' A .iq ' 2 15- P P P 5 ? University High Sghogl il fs ,bwx A .A -A A .A .A .A -as .A .A .mx .A .mx .A .A .A .A .xx .A Axifxh ,, ,, A h ,I , I I I - - - - - - 1. 1. 1. l.Ip.1, I, ,' I, I ..- - - . - ,.1.,1,.1,. 1, rw Page 27 u' '1rnHllE1lgj5,1Up lm. LIIUL -5 DIRECTOR FRICDICRIC B. STIVIQN HE School of Music occupies Smith Memorial Hall, the erection of which was made possible through generous gifts to the University by Captain I'homas J. Smith, The building contains, besides the studios, classrooms and offices, some fifty 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 THE ICHDUL MUIIC FREDERIC BFKIJ uxux STIVFN Director of the School of Music was born on July I7 1862 at Ioma Michigan. He received his B.Mus. at Oberlin College zu 1907 and for two vears remained there as an instructor in organ. From 1909 to 1911 he studied in Paris under Alexander Guilmant and Charles Marie Wzdor He returned to Oberlin in 1911 as a Professor of Organ and held that posztzon until IQ 1 when he became Professor of Music and Direc- tor oj the School of Music at the University of Illinois. a prescribed curriculum which includes four years' work in a major applied music subject' four years of a minor applied music subjectg complete courses in Theory and History of Music, 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 University, and stands ready to serve any who are interested in the ar . M 1, 4 ' eh qv ' L I - w wa., QI .As ' 5 5 . 5 . 5 5 5 r b 5 DF 5 . 5 5 5 I , .:', , a - - . 5 5 f ' " ' 2. , . 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 , Z , 5 5 5 5 I f ? P P x b ? b P b ? 1 P Smith Memorial Hall 1- I :fix .x ..x Ax .x -tx .xx ..x -.x ..x -ax .xx ..x .ex xX .xx ..x .xx ZX ,,, ,,, ,,, 0, ,,, ,,, ,,. ,A ,L ,L ,L ,L ,A ,A A hu I I I Page 28 Nix xfxy.-Qffxfxf-cfxfxf' ff- f f ' "YfV1" -ff swf' N2 " ' ' '3 'l"'H"Ell' l U, do ' x' ' 'sy v x xy ' ' El KWH 4 6 f rffcffwfex 9 jvvyyyyywyg yyyy YYYY X. K A is fx X A 5 A 5 E5 4 5 if if ?f THE LIIBIQAIQY ICHUDL Piuxn.-is LAWRENCE YVINDSOR, Director of the University Library and the Library School, has spent twenty-eight years in library work. He was grad- uated from Northwestern University in 1895, and studied at the New York State Library School from 1897 to 1899. On leaving there he began his active tvork as assistant in the New York Slate library, but changed to the copy- flgllf vjiice of the Library of Congress in 1900. ln 1903 he became Librarian of the University of Texas, serving there until 1909, when he accepted his present position. HE University Library not only supplies many volumes for class use by our large number of stu- dents, 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. There is 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 7oo,ooo volumes for effective use. Dial-:cron vH1NrcAs L. wmnson 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 coun- tries, and its graduates are in libraries similarly lo- cated. The number, resources, and educational value of libraries in America are steadily increasing and this condition creates an increased demand for college trained librarians. , 'N 47' P New Library Building ' I ,4AqAq45A5,4A4 Axdxdxdxctdisbrbxbxbxbs bsbfgbkbnbnvbbix N Page 29 - . ,, Y, , ,V '1l"IHllE1l1 p5,4 DMLILIMJ .. . .. .. , . , U , Y UQ? CK CK -save o yyyyfyyyryvpfw 5 yywyy ARTHUR HILL Dfxxiets, Dean of Ihr' Gradualr Srhool, was born in East Medway, Maxxarlmselhr, on Orlobfr 19, 1865. After recrivirzg his Ph.D. from Clark Univ1'rsiiy in 1893 hr fame to the Urxivrnrily of Illinois ax an instruc- lor in philosophy. For Iwo years prrviozfx to Dean Balzcoclfs arrival in 1913 hr was .ilrling Dean of Ihr Collage of Libvral Arts and Scic'ncc'.r. Since 1918 he has lrmvi voriizvrtrrl rt-ilh Ihr' ojiirc' of lhc Dran of the Graduate School, Irving Assistant Doon for om' yrar. Acting Dean for Iwo years, and Dean sinrc' 1921. in-LAN ARTHLTR H. DAN11-:Ls HE Graduate School represents the organized higher teaching and administrative positions. Others efforts and resources of the University for the pur- are looking forward to careers in the fields of busi- pose of giving opportunities for the most advanced ness, industry, engineering and the several professions. study and for the promotion of research. These two But it is the purpose of the Graduate School to train functions, however, are by no means separate, for the all in the methods and the use of the materials of spirit of research is the life of graduate study. The their subjects so that they may become, not only ex- ideal of graduate work is one and the same for all perts and authorities, but also independent workers in graduate students. Some are fitting themselves for their chosen fields. 7531 'f Lincoln Hall. 1 A A I- an Il. Il. lt. Il. Il. In Il. IJ. In E 4 Page 30 . THE ICHUOL f D HAIQMACY U Q 'di ' .4 L4 54 WILLUM BAKER Du' Dean of the School of Pharmacy was born in Peru Illinois on February I5 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. He served as an instructor until ' b 1900 when he became a Professor of Histological Botany and in 1913 Pro- fessor of Botany and Materia Medica. He served as Acting Dean from 1914 to 1919 when he assumed his present position. DEAY WILLIANI B. DAY 9 5 increase 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 practice of pharmacy as retail phar- 9 HE students and faculty of the School of Phar- h macy are greatly pleased with the facilities af- forded by the new building. The well-lighted labora- P ' tories, the library with twice the seating capacity of the old, and the corridors connecting the new bulld- irlg 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 macists 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 respon- sible positions in every part of the country. . P 5 P an 1' 3 55- 'Pl' YYYVWY 9 a 9 9 s 9 9 U I: a s 9 5 , , 1. a . a 1 A ' i , 5 9 5 B y K A P ? New Pharmacy Building Xi fi - N - . - . - . . - x - x - - - - AM a ' X ' ' ' A ' A ' ' ' tx 'X 'X 'X ' - 4. lp. ln. 11. Ii. la. li. IQ. Ip. la. la- l,, 1,, 1, 1 ? y . 1 . r , 9 P .. 9 P P - 9 ? 1 ., .. M A P . 1 ' I ' x x x x x I 9 ...l I 1. h. 1. rw Page 31 v U N' Nz' Y" Q 'iris-4llE1lQp3,4Up u. - LL TTT! 'A '+L "i ii M- sv, v v, . I . . DEAN DAVID J. DAVIS O DOUBT the most outstanding recent feature in the work oi the College of Medicine was the opening of the new Research and Educational Hos- pital in 1925. During the past year the work has speedily progressed, and at the present time, 150 pa- tients are housed here. Practically all departments are now organized, and active teaching and research is 'l'l'lE CDLLEGE DE MEDICINE Davin Jom: Davis, Dean of the College of Medicine, was born in Racing Wisconsin, on August 10, 1875. He studied first at the Racine Academy and later at the Universities of Wisconsin, Vienna, and Freiberg, and at Rush Medical College. He served in the capacity of Pathologist at St. Luke'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 Bacteriology and is the author of other medical papers. He began serving ,hrst as Acting Dean in April, 1925, and succeeded to the Deansliip in Sep- tember, 1925. going on in connection with the medical school. This hospital has furnished something that the College of Medicine has never had before, namely, hospital pa- tients absolutely controlled so far as their medical service is concerned, thereby providing for the study of cases in a way that is not possible in the ordinary private or semi-public institutions. Research and Educational Hospital. 1.4.4 AM . A be - xavamaziaz, Page 32 u -:ru nE1lgp5,4Un mn q ii, THE CCLLEGE FREDERICK BOGUE 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 Northwestern University. He began practicing dentistry in Chicago in 1895' 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. HE newest departure in the College of Dentistry is the estabhshment 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 con- s1sts of courses offered by each of the prmcipal depart- ments, coverlng both the theoretical and clinical asq DEAN FREDERICK B. NOYES pects of the particular phase of the work presented. To these courses graduate dentists are eligible. The education of the public to appreciate the value of the Children's Clinic has required only a short time. Established five years ago it has reached the limit of its capacity, and throughout each year there is an extensive waiting list. '1 Y 'Qi ' C g 9 or mwnnnv r 'KN Dentistry Building , -I Y x -ee .ex -ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .A .A .A .ex .ex .A2xh. 1.. 0. 12. 1,. 12. 11. 0. 1,. 11. 14. 0. 12. A. 0. 1,. I.. 1,. 1,. I.. 1X A Page 33 xx,2X7xx Af Q 'll'lHIIE1l 93,103 lllLILIlUa ' ' 3 pgw 4' l'RUl". IAWRI-IXL'l'I W. Ml'Rl'l-IX' HE School of Journalism is an outgrowth of in- struction in journalism begun at the University in 1902. A four-year curriculum was outlined in IQO5 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. TI-lli ICHIDUL UI: JUUIQNALIIM lnxwaxxci: hYII.l,I.fXM Mviarfrrv, .rlrling Director of thi' Srhool of j0,,,f,,a1i5,,, as born in Jludixon, ll"i.rronxin, on October 18, 1893. Hr' rerriwd hir B Al, drgrve' from llll' Frziwrxity of Wisconsin and hix :lI..Al. rlvgrm' from lhi' zwrxily of .Yorlh Dokolo, and has dom' azltwzcrd graduate' work at HH, l'ni1'e'r,ritif's of ll'ixrmxsin und lllinoix. Prior to Coming lo Illinois in 1924 lui :aux engaged in ilu' prafticr of journalism, military se'r'Uir'r', and the Ieurlzini of journalism. Hs' was formerly Head of the lJz'pur1rm'nl of Jourmzlixm ail ilu' Z nlwrxlly of .lorllz Dakota. The purpose of the School is to give students seek- ing preparation for journalism and publication work the advantages of both a general and specialized edu- cation. 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 sub- jects that play an important part in journalistic work. Univrrxily Holl ' F xxxcggxxc Aaaiaaxaaiastzgzgbgzg xxzgvgbhbkblbk t Po51t'3-I N AA", 14 44 5 A . , 59 'll' IHI IE 1l1gj5,1DD Il xx . Y - , - - - , ,,,, ,1 X v v kb. ld N A Cl Cl I gs' yu' ys xv' yu gs AID 'I IITDATIVE IDFFICEIQI F T If UN VEIQIIT S' yi' xv' xt yv yu 3' V' V' V' V' 9' Y' 9' XY' X" S' S' X' K. C. BABCOCK Lnoxn MOIIEY A.B. ........... . ARTHUR W. CLEVENGER, A.M. .... . Comptroller High School Visitor km muc C. Btuscocx, Ph.D ..... .................... P ro-vast JAMES M. WHITE, B.S .... ........... S upervising Architect and JOSEF F. XVRIGHT, A.B. ......... Director of Publicity G. P. TUTTLE, B.S. .... ........................... R egislrar GEORGE A. HUFF, B.S. ........ 1. . .Director of Physical Welfare v' X' . . fx Lloyd Morey .J. F. Wright J. M. White G. A. Huff G. P. Tuttle A. W. Clevenger H. E. Cunningham - I ' .4 f ' ' LA! ' , . . . . .... . . . ' Superintendent of Business Operations HARRISON E. CUNNJNGI-IAM, A.B.. .... Director, University Press g . S ll I4 W7 .- - .- -r AX A .A -A .A .A .A .A -A .A .A .xx .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .AAh. 1.. lp. 0. 0. 0. 0. 11. 1,. 0. 0. 0. 1.- 1.. 11. A. 1.. 0. 1,. lp iQ 4 Page 35 AAAfvxofx U gf iris-me 111 4 p im. Lllflll in -r' 'V 5 5 5 A 5 5 5 5 5 9 , a r , ff I 5 P Y r A N ? s 4 9 5 DEAN THOMAS ARKLE CLARK 4 y . Q a Tl-IOINTAS ARKLE CLARK, '90, Dean of Men, was born in Minonk, Illinois, on 4 y May 11, 1862, and studied at the Universities of Illinois, Chicago, and Har- E f vard. He has been Dean of Men here since 1901, and his work has gained him Q ? national recognition as an authority on all phases of a university man's life. 4 5 During the twenty-eight years of his service he has probably been guide, N f counselor, and friend to more young men than any other man in the country. 4 9 4 N Z 4 , Q ? Q I f 4 , . , DIZFICE UI: I If DEAN Cf E Q HE Office of the Dean of Men has been of Men for Freshmen and Foreign Students. 4 i organized for more than twenty-live years. For the first semester, Mr. Rolla A. Davis has Its purpose has been to concern itself with been in charge of student organizations and 2 the problems of individual men. activities. He has been succeeded the second As time has gone on the work of the office semester by Mr. George B. Elliott. Dean Clark has widened. At the present time there are gives his time primarily to those students who four men who devote from six to eight hours wish to see him personally. a day, six days in a week, to individual stu- Better scholarship, better living conditions, dents. These are Dean Thomas Arkle Clark, wider opportunities for work, and stronger Mr. Fred H. Turner, Assistant Dean of Meng characters are the things for which the office Mr. George Herbert Smith, Assistant Dean works. r ' P S 9 4 P J b Turner Smith .Davis 3 S 4 i I i 3 I il- - I4 :Wx ax AX .AX .X -sk .xX AX .AX .sX .sX AQX .sN .sX .sX .sX .sX .sX .QS AX .AAXA. IQ. la. 11. la. h. lo. l:. Io. ll. l:. IQ.. Ip. l,, l,, 1,, I, ,,. ,' I E Page 36 E. v v?Ti7 E 4 Elk' 4 5 5 5 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 f 5 5 5 5 A 9 5 I 9 P 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 9 'v 'V VV 'l'lVV'l'f'V"l Q v w Lf V .41 '1r'u-me ,pg,5,.gp um. Ai. I I 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 Colorado College in 1910. Since that time she has been constantly engaged in Dean's work, having served as Dean of Women at Idaho Normal School from 1910 to 1912, at Coe College, Iowa, from 1912 to 1923, and at the University of Illinois since 1923. D UFFICE DI: THE DEAN DF NIVERSITY women call at the oftice 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 interviews with stu- dents, 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 incentives for high scholarship, and natural means of developing intellectually, socially, and spiritually. The whole organization of the Office of the Dean of Women seeks to serve the needs of the individual student, the group, and the campus in general. ' '- ixl Caldwell Miller Y . A- e 59 .ex .X ..x -. . -t A .. .A -.x Ax .mx .A .ex .ex .A Ax ..x .A Aix 1. 11. 11. 11 11. 11- 11.. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11- 11, 11. 11. lp fw V xxxxx Page 37 Here they come-there they go- The first and lust of the circus show- Lug the water and wet your feet And fill th 7 You'1l sit nroud in a randstamd seat I S e tuh till your hack is bent' Wllile laz This is the day of days for you' The 'ub'l ' - ' J lee apnxt has S6lZCd the town There are tl But this is enough now. Laugh, you clown! ier lads creep under the tent. ! lil1gS you must some day d ILLI Nl ACHIEVEMIQNT 7 9 f ? ? ? ? ? ? , . 5 Qbflllzinzi Jlchlevement Z f ? 0 THOSE outstanding discoveries and Q accomplishments in the field of science, and to those distinguished men of the nniverslty, who, Q nnlwelcnown to the masses, have lahored for years 3 in hrlnglng forth and perfecting those additions ? to the snm of soclety's lcnowledge, these few Q pages of lllini Achievement are dedicated. There E are many more whose worlc has hronght honor 5 to the nnlverslty and to themselves, whom the 1930 lllio wonld lilce to give recognition, hnt the limits of space allow only a meagerhegin- i ning toward the aclcnowledgment of the worlc S of these grand men. Their discoveries and achievements have merited international recog- nition and honor, Their lahors have been nn- selflsh, for the canse of society. May the 1930 X lllio, in honoring the worlc, which constltntes a portion of the contrlhntion of the University of lllinois to the progress of lcnowledge and civili- zation and to the alleviation of hnman snffering, have made a hrllliant gestnre ln offering the trihnte of the nndergradnte hody to these men. P . R Pl If 533- -x ..... s x A As Ax .xx .A .A .ex Ax .A -x Ax Ax A Ahhh , ,, ,,. ,,, ,,, 1 ,, ,. Page 41 7vvvTv?v'vvvv T01 9 3 -, ' 0 ee "'H"E1l'Qv5vUv IIIL LQ V yy Z- Q5 nav . nA- if 9 2 ' 5 5 G N EEIQI F - Internationally known for his investigations in a half dozen cn i ' 5 Talbot, '81, professoncmeritiis of mechanical and structural engineebibhlgifbbihkbieb!.isbn5,Zfcii,1'tghcyd 5 old'nien"' ofltlrc'Unlverstly's faculty and alumni body. In spite of his so-called retirement, he is Q active daily in his investigational worje. Particularly noteworthy are his discoveries concerning rail. B road track stresses.. concrete construction, and structural materials-discoveries which have won him , worldwide recognition in engineering circles. His book. The Railway Transition Spiral " is accepted . as standard everywhere and his data on locomotives and railroad track has been widely used bv 9 designers. Frequently he .has been called upon to' give advice regarding some maior engineerin' I activity, examples being his' work on plans for a bridge across San Francisco bay and his investi ag 5 tion of .engineering instruction at the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Professor Talbot foiried the University faculty in 1385. He has been honored with international awards for his research 5 work and is a member of a dozen engineering societies. Q , I 9 P 9 I I I . i 9 I 9 'QW' y v P I 4 fx P I F 'C , . 3 PROF. A. N. TALBOT 5 Ventilation and heat transmission research discoveries that have been g.iven.:uorl:lwide application I make Professor A. C. Willard, head of the department of mechanical engineering, outstanding' in his r field. As a consultant engineer for the New York and New Jersey bridge and tunnel commissions, I Professor Willard conducted esreriments concerning' tunnel ventilation that were characterized as x invaluable in making possible t e great Holland vehicular tunnel under the Hudson river. Professor 9 Willard has been at the University since 1913 engaged in heating and ventilation work, writing , ' numerous works on these subjects, and gaining a national reputation as an engineer. Before coming Q to the University he was in charge of preparing plans for heating and. ventilation eguipment in all , U. S. Army posts. In IQZI he was. again called into government service as.eansu1trng engineer for 9 the Bureau of Mines. Professor Willard's chief work as been concerned with heat transmission of 7 building materials and steam radiators, the. flow of steam in heating mains and risers, warm-air f furnace heating systems, and tunnel ventilation. 5 f PROF. A. C. WILLARD 9 V 7 Qs x P P . N AC I-I EV EMEN I N No small part of the improved eficiency and safety of railroad equipment during the lastjwenty ears ma e a ri ue o ro essor . . c mu , rea o ie e ar men o ra: way engm cr-ing y yb ttbtdtPf .ECSh ltldftldpt tfl e. and national authority on locomotive performance, train resistance, tonnage lrating, and railway equipmenz Risegrch detilizglwhth chilled steel clarlwlfiecls, conducted at the University by Professor . Schmidt, as a a mar e in uence on car w ec esign. Pro essor Schmidt first came to the University in 1898, but has been absent for several short periorA since doing practical work in .the commercial engineering field. During the World War, he x was called upon to or anize a campaign for the conservation of railroad fuel and directed the fuel administration work ofgthe U. S..Ra1lway administration. In addition to research in railway engineer- ing, Professor Schmidt has distinguished himself through his work in designing hoisting engines, boilers, pumps, turbines, gas engines, and equipment for electric power plants, street railways, and gas works. '1 . s . L . 1 , ' ' 3 Paor. E. c. scmsunr Q . ' x ggkflf 'f"?':"" fel.: E V ,. 1 - . - - - s . - , . .t pionnrr in testing the fati ue of metals, Irofessor H. F. M , d nt 1" -I . . M - materials, is known all over the world for his testing laboralofynseseiiricli angahfsiugvghtiiihiniilge " ' ' have made possible the measurement of minute changes in a material's form as well as the deter. . nnnatmn of its strength under stress. Since coming to the University in 1907, Professor Mamet: wo k Q in t-he Engineenrgg- Experiment station, recorded in the st1ztion's bulletins, has been acclaimed intez. ' I nationally by lea ing engineers. During the World War he was called into government service as q V member of the U. S. Naval Consulting board, and he has since been associated with the work of th U.-S. Bureau of Standards. In addition to his fatigue of metals work, Professor Moore has distine guished himself by .his investigations af. the lubrication of bearings, strength of built-up structures' and his inventions in the materials testing field. He is a member of the National Research coam 'I' ? the British lnstitulte of Metals,.past president of the American Society for Testing Materials at other national engineering organizations ' an 5 PROF. H. F. MOORE ' V H . SI - ' ' 5 ,am .x .A .ex .s -A .xx .A .Q A X .ex - A 5" ' Page 42 ' I Q ugh 43a 'Ir' IHI IE 1lug,5,4Ut IIIL ii, - gm W?-f ff 9 I -- 5 5 t AGIQICU Ll IDE , Q HERBERT YVJNDSOR MUMFORD, Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture ami the Agri- N . cultural Experiment Station, is recognized as one of the leading livestock authorities of the country. 5 He waslone of .the hrst, if not the hrst, in the country to recognize the importance of marketing I studies in'expenment station work and, accordingly, the frst bulletin ever published on the market- ? ing of a livestock product is his "Production and Marketing of Wool." Credit for doing the pioneer- A mg work in standardizing market classes and grades of livestock also is given to the Illinois dean. 1 9 Dean Mumford has served on the National Farmers' Livestock Marketing Committee of Fifteen W ' from which evolved the. producers' livestock marketing agencies, now acclaimed as the most success- 5 ful voluntary co-operative marketinlg enterprise in the country. When Argentine threatened to'de- I strogr the export beef and cattle tra e zz the United States, Dean Mumford, then head of the animal i has andry department, was sent to Sout America to investigate cattle raising conditions. He also has p investigated livestock conditions in France, Great Britain, Belgium, Holland and Germany. During , the summer of 1928 he served as a 2 member of the American 'Study ' Commission for German Agriculture. 9 g M. 5 4. n 9 ' I ' 2 3 -ll --gl Quinn: p s . , ' I - F t - i L 9 3 DEAN HERBERT W. MUMFORD Z Wu.uA1a L. BuRL1soN, professor and chief in crop production and head of the Department of h Agronomy, was born in Harrison, Arkansas. He was graduated from the Oklahoma Agricultural and 9 Mechanical College with the degree of Bachelor of Science in 1905 and three years later received the degree of Master of Science from the University of Illinois. In 1915 the University conferred the 3 degree of Doctor of Philosophy upon him. The honorary degree of Doctor of Agriculture was con- ferred upon him by the Oklahoma Agricultural and. Mechanical College in 192 . Following his 5 graduation from the institution, Dr. Burlison was assistant in agronomy at the Oklahoma Agrieul. f tural and Mechanical College from 1905 ta 1910. In 1912 he accepted the appointment as associate 5 in crop production at the.University. Through a-series of promotions he rose to professor of crop 7 production in 1918 and in l9?0 became administrative head of the Department of Agronomy. 5 Improvement of croips and varieties has occupied Dr. Burltsorfs chief interest and attention. His f prominence in the eld of his chosen work resulted in his being elected to the presidency of the 5 American Society of Agronomy in 1927. 9 , f PROF. w. L. BURL1soN I I I V r Qs Josem-1 CULLEN BLAIR was born in .Truro, Nova Scotia, 18d71. He was graduated from the Pro- . vincial College of Agriculture, Truro, in 1892 and later atten ed Cornell University for four years before coming to the University of Illinois in 1896. He received the honorary degree of Master of Science in Agriculture from Iowa Agricultural College in 1906, and the degree of Doctor of Science from Wooster College,.Wooster,' Ohio, In-1919. When Professor Blair came to the University he was one of the two staff members of the Depart- ment of Horticulture, the other being the late Dr.'T. I. Burrill. He has worked up from an assistant- ship to his present position as- professor, chief rn, and head of the Department of Horticulture. Through his vision and leadership, he has built the most complete horticultural department in Amer- ica, one well adjusted to modern requirements. The very early work of Blair and Burrill on the control of bitter rot of apples stands out as a landmark in the history of the department. Thirty-three years ago, Professor Blair inaugurated a long-time spray program for testing methods of controlling injurious insects and diseases. This project is still active and greatlprogress has been made in this phase of control, as well as the devel- ' opment of disease resistant varieties of plants. W ku 4 'ww ' ' o . V Rom-:RT IGRAHAM, professor and chief in ammal pathology. was born at Ames, Iowa, 1888. Ile received the degree of Doctor of Veterinary IJROF I C. BLAIR Merlicine from Iowa State College ' ' in 1910 and two years later t e Bachelor of Science deiree in agrieullureKfrom the University of Kentucky. He was professor of veterinary science at t e University of entucky from 1911 to 1917, veterinarian to the State Board of Health of Kentucky from 1911 to IQIZ, and pathologist of the State Livestock Sanitary Board of Kentucky from 1915 to 1917. In 1917 e accepted Ins present. position.. In.1924-25. he was I gn leave with the Service Technique ol Haiti, where he conducted special investigations in livestock Q iseases. . , l , . . ' Professor Graham is best known for the' identification of a type of 'food poisoning in animals and the perfection of a serum with which to combat it. This same poisoning occurs occasionally in man and numerouslemergency shipments of the serum have been made to other states for the treatment of human patients. Equally as. productive research work has- been conducted by Professor Graham and his university co-workers an connection with the transmlssibtlity ,of avian tuberculosis to other 1 farm animals and the preparation of a formalized botulism vaccine. Breeding diseases of cattle and 1 Q swine and their relation to undulant fever in man and the problem of rabies control are almong-other I g Zmplartant prrgrlcglns in the field of animal pathology and public health which have been investigated Q r 3' "' mo' "' """ 4 PROP. ROBERT GRAHAM X . iiwx ax .sk AX ,gt .sk .xX AX -gk .AX .QX .uk -58 Q A Ii. la- ll.. la. Io. lp. lp. I1.. la. I. ln.. lp. I. lg. ,Zz Page 43 7 Q 0 A .1 I V ,hah 'ge wr nz sl gp5,1Un IIIL up . ' gw Kfv Y 9 I ' n 5 t I'l EMI! I IQ 7 5 Rucx-'R Anime PH D head of the department of Chemistry and p 1 . t A - -t, ' -i ,,,, - U ro ' - 5 is one of the. nation's. foremost scientists in his field. Aside from his adrninzhlehtgbe aliihf zblwhuhlgh' I a large 'portion of his time, Professor Adams had contributed largely to the research l uc ta 6 Q University. Years ago he. perfected Procaine, a substitute for cocaine, used in medical il the only deadens the tissues instantly but, and this is its real contribution, it is non-habit fo ' I not i It is estimated that nearly half the cases of leprosy which have not passed the six inrmfzgi 7 can be cured by modern use of chaulmoogric oil. Professor Adams has produced a sv rthh tl Mage 5 ponent sirnilaotoltlie benencial element in chaulmoogric oil. His product is being useiln.l-6-'5lfo'f" I theugreot Pllnlippznc leprosy czjlgy with encouraging results. L 'mm 3' "' - 'any ot ter ac ielvements 0 r. A ams are igily important, b t . ' , 5 caiise they do not bind themselves to general public interest, u are not 'W 'wdcly know" be' 9 9 t F 9 D 9 . r 9 I 9 - X Q . L , I " KT I 9 L 9 9 PROF. ROGER ADAMS PROFESSOR SAMUEL W. Plum is widely known for many achievements too numerousjol mention here. Hrs process for coking Illinois coal, known as the "Parr low temperature process, is consid- ered one of the llmversity's great achievements. , , It has ,been said by a prominent authority oz the state that this one project, when placed on a commercial basis, 'fwill add more wealth to t e state of Illinois than all the appropriations the University will get in a hundred years." The new process for manufacturing coke not only effects a great- reduction in the time required, but makes possible the recovery of by-products whose com- mercial value is greater than the original value of the coal. Professor Parr has established many other very important facts of unusual value to the coal industry and the commercial interests of the state. He perfected the new metal llliutty, which is a substitute for platinum. INat to be confused with the chemical element Illinsum.f lllium not only excels platinum in many resisting qualities, but it can be produced much cheaper. ' I I I V PROF. SAMUEL w. PARR If it had not been so before, the University of Illinois would have-become internationally known through the discovery of lllimum and Red range. Dr. B. Hopkins, Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, discovered the former. The. only chemical element to be broutfht to light in the western hemisphere, its discovery was immediately heralded throughout the. worl as one of the great scientijc achievements of the present era. Rather than let others-name this new rare earth ele- ment after its discoverer as a mark of honor, l'rofessor.Hopkins within two orthree days after his work was madg known to the public, announced that it would be named lllamum in honor of the State and the niversity. . , , The discovery of Illinium followed years and years of painstaking research and although its dis- covery had been practically certain long before. its public announcement, Dr. llopkms refused to allow anything to be said until he had proof which could not possibly be contradicted. J-I' f, ,I -I ,, . . , f um Axon.. 5' ,' . x " ' Q PROF. B. S. HOPKINS 1 DR. G. Lf CLARK, professor of chemistry, is a pio ' th ' ' tion of industrial problems. During the past two y:b:.:,'llle aiid1plg?cb1.i.iZgiallQ:hlfavxe-'gy to U50 50114- ' X-ray to discover hitherto- unknown juallties or properties of 550,63 ol gndu-,mal fel' V-VUE the to utilize them more eiiciently. Stu tes of commercial commodities like rubber Ima cmd: M 'mic' revealed valuable fhenomena co-ncerning its behavior dur-ing strgfchjng and alle ' 0' eF'?"'Pl0, have Metallic alloys, abrics, electric transformer plates, asbestos corrosion in " mmpomwn Changes' , products, an some organic chemical substances are among ,theh materials studiednd pypuyy pclmleum by Professor Clark. The use of the X-ray is. opening a new field in gndunry b 331:13 t Z last year X tion of 'more standardized materials, the utilization of hitherto neglected subsgznc ng 'dc.P"0d'4C- Q ments in the .Quality and efficiency of manufactured articles in everyday use G a?":,? Itnwove' 5 cernishare realizing thiedvalue of the X-ray in solving their problems and now .loolzcto lheulfhhal HT- 5 or e ex ensian an evelopment of the work which Professor Clark is carrying on. versi y 5 PROF. G. L. CLARK F S P rl - ' :im .x ..x .ax .A .A xX ..x .ax .ax , x ,afxxfxkf A i i 2 Page 44 " YW! ' rr " 'I YVWIVID ' ' 'N' X X X av i LQ' EDIC NE DR. JULIUS H. HIESS lms been Professor and Head of the Department of Pediatrics al the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois for fifteen years. Ile is one of the lffvlflvlll Pediatricians of America. He is best known for his numerous research activities. Ile has designed and perfected apparatus for the care of the prematurely born infants. Ile has studied thoroughly the problem of infant feeding, the role of vitamins in certain diseases, like rickets, and is now studying, in our school, the possibilities in connection with the use of irradiated foods. His activities have centered largely at the Research Hospital of the University of Illinois and ot the large Children's Clinic at the new Children's Building of the Cook County Hospital. Ile is also a member of the Staff of the Michael Reese Ilospilal, a member of the Iixecutive Stall of the Municipal Contagious Hospital and Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, and the Advisory Board I 'Ir II-me qligp 5,10 IIILII,afnv , ol the Children's Bureau, Department of Labor, Washington, D. C. I I DR. WILLIAM F. PETERSEN "ll "'Wwl"1U" V V DR. JULIUS H. HESS DR. IVILLIAM I". PETIERSIIN has been Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology for some ten or twelve years. He has held important positions at Vanderbilt University and at Columbia, and has spent much time in study abroad. Ile is one of the best known educators and investigators in the fundamental sciences of medicine in the country. Ile has remarkable ability as a speaker and ig well known as a writer and contributor ta medical liournals. His book on "Protein Therapy" is a standard work and is well known in tlns country ant abroad. His special held is, in reality, Chemical Pathology and involves the study of many of the fundamental physiological and pathological processes in relation to clinical medicine. . . I He is a member of many prominent medical organisations, both local and national. For a number of years he has been an attending pathologist at the Cook County Ilospital. :Lu V Ac:-I EvEMfN'r DR. LLoyn ARNOLD is Professor of Bacteriology and Hygiene in the College of Medicine. Ile has had wide experience in this yield, tl?ld.1S one of the best known bacteriologists in this country. His work on the Bacteriology of the Respiratory and Intestinal Canals has revolutionized our conception of infections of both these systems. He has made extensive studies into the ability of the upper part of the alimentary canal to thoroughly disinfect itself. The living membrane of tlIe upper part of the tract destroys the germs that come into the body by way of the mouth and also kills the bacteria that ascend into this level from the lower end of the alunentary canal, he has discovered. This power of the upper part of the tract to cleanse itself of germs helps materially in defending the body against bacteria brought into the body through breathing, by eating, by swallowing milk or water, and in various other ways. DR. LLOYD ARNOLD DR. XVILLIAM H. LVELKER is Professor and Director of the work in Physiological Chemistry carried on in connection with the Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry of the University of Illinois. Ile has been active here for nearly fifteen years, coming from Columbia University in New York. Ile 1s'an aggressive and energetic teacher and promoter of the highest ideals in the furndaniental medical sciences. He is best known for his work on the separation and crystallization and isolation of proteins of various kinds. This is one of the most difhcult folds in Physiological Chemistry. Ile has studied these problems in connection with cases of nephritis and bone tumors, and with Dr. Hektoen ,has made important investigations in the identification of many obscure substances in the serum, urine, and other body fluids. His recent activities concern the purification and identification of substances active in the causation of diseases like asthma, hay fever, urticaria, et cetera. DR. WILLIAM I-I. WELKER ,KAQAQKAKAKAK X baba I 7f,5rQri7f,5ra7fQrDA N Page 45 Here they come--there they go- The first and last of the circus show- These are things to remember always: There will be time for the picture-show, Time for the clasp of hands in hallways, The thousand things of the life we know But circus faces and tents give way To a silent field in the silent rain These are the things we see today, And they will not come back again. um- ., aj?- S- .-nv"h "' . . ' .2 - , M, - a ..1- 1 I' 'N 11 I -Y - 'l f 51' . iv.. ,,1 i ...Al C ASSES F V AxvvxfxAA u' 'lr ll-ll IE 1l1gp5,lUr lm. Ll I'Ub .A 44 RK Y H' W- KNOLL w. G. w. Gtos President, First Semester President, Second Semester T If CLA!! DI: 1929 W. B. Pierce N. A. Glantz W. J. Granata Frank Kapple, Jr. Harry W. Knoll SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE G. M. ACKERMAN, III, Chairman Cecile Gilroy Ethel Hull W. L. Julian Betty Lytle Alice McGinty W. T. McNeill Clark Miley I K. L. Schellie M. R. Rodemeier Anne Solon M. J. Clarke Esther MacLaren Dorothy Steele MHFY Ann Eidman Gwendolyn Walls SENIOR INFORMAL COMMITTEE R. J. TURNEY, Chairman ' Carolyn Stuebe Dorothy Elliott a Virginia Hang W. L. Rowe H. H. Hartung W, C. Kun A. A. Nedwed Helen Mason Clark Miley , W AX .QS ..sX .18 AS .AX AX .AX .sk X ,gX , 5X ,AfAf,Af , ,,- ,,- an ,'- ,il ,'A ,'A I I I Page 50 M 'Z ,P -xrm ns 11.95409 ml. 1 99 f kr 4 . - Av A 5 I -' I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 D 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 f 9 5 5 1 QV v 'v 'v "I " wk! 4- K. li. MOBICRLEY LOUISE STILL IEN UIQ M IDIQIA CDMMITTEE R. L. Jacobs Joseph Ackerman W. D. Forsyth D. C. Teach Constance Moon Genevieve Sorensen BIEN,S COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN K. E. MOHERLEY, Men's General Chairman H. K. Story . D. H. Sokolow G. V. Mead XVOMAN,S COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN LOUISE Suu., Womanlv General Chairman Lucile McCowen .M. J. Clarke F. E. Connell A. J. Nowack S. E. Brondas Frances Henne Ruth Parks 1, an' " -sz 5' . ig, ax . ' 4 I 'suv' fu, , I 4' 'O I I 1' ' .l ' f I if ,,. 1sg.'5 6' j .' 1 x 1' M 6 xl ' x Nowack Hen ne Story McCowen Ackerman Sorensen Clarke Sokolow Jacobs Forsyth Connell Mead Parks Brondas Teach Moon L A. 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Freshman Frolic Committee: Sophomore Cap Commit- tee' Chairman Senior Invitations Committee: Chair- man Homecoming Information Committee ffyi Union Cabinet 137' Student Council C33 JOSEPH ACKERMAN .... . . Morton Agriculture Farm House Alpha Zeta' Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Delta Gamma: Adel- phic Literary Society: Agricultural Club: Dairy Club: Illini Grange' Chairman, Peanut Banquet Committee 145' Illinois Agriculturist 133: Intramural Debate 12,1 lgairyd Cattle Judging Team 137: Captain, University nga e Honors Day VIRGINIA ADAM ....... , . Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta T I May Fete 115 l 9 Qu Illiola Literary Society Wheaton College EDWARD LAWRENCE ADAMS, J R. . . . . . . . . .. DownersGro'ue Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Rho Kappa Phi Sigma: Icarus: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 127: Captain, University Brigade 145 HELEN ADAMS Coconut Grove, Fla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta P1 Delta Phi Sweet Briar College gXxsksXXsX XxXsXx P P . i 5 gf-. - ,.- ... - - Page52 HE CLA 1929 LESLIE EDWARD ADAMS . , , Education Sigma Delta Rho Kappa Ph' S' : Ph I .- ' , . Universityllliliggnziiile Milam' Cmsson Club' Lieutenant- . . De Land MAUDE ADAMS . . '. . Coconut Grove, Fla Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta Athenian Literary Society: Ch ' Stunt Show 137: Co-Chairmaglrml-Igmego wh A' Show Tickets 147: Chairman D0 mmm tum . ll Sh Sweet Briar College ow KU CLIFFORD LAWRENCE AHRENS . , Lyndon General Business MARJORIE KATHERINE ALCORN . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Anonian Literary Society: Baseball CTD: Soccer fry Northwestern University OISIAR DALE ALCORN . . , U, Education Sigma Delta Sigma Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College bana CLARK W1NSToN ALDRICH . . Concord, N H Education MASON BERTYN ALDRICH . . . . ,chfmgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Ilus Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Ph' Beta Ka g Ph' - mai Alpha Alpha Alpha:lAlpha Ddllj: Sign-lalitgesig' Memorial Committee: Business Manager, Illio 1,35 Board of Directors, Y. M. C. A. 147 ' BILLIE ALEXANDER ..... . . Chicago A Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta University of Wisconsin AA E k Y 1 .zh- bl 9 l 5 n 5 HORACE WILDUR ALEXANDER . .. . . Auburn 1 CARL FOREST ANDERSQN I . u I i Aledo B Ceramzc Engzneerzng I Athletic Coaching p Theta Alpha Delta Theta Epsilon L Keramos: S. B. A. C. S. l 5 I 5 5 5 PHYLLTS MARION ALEXANDER . . . Chicago CHESTER ANDERSON ---- - Hinckley 5 Liberal Arts and Sciences -40C0'1m9U'lCy f Kappa Delta Theta Chi ' Ph'Bt K ' Al h L bd D ' ' ' Ph" Beta G S'gma: Ph' Et S' 3 Bt Al h P': f Geimaenacsggpa' D a am 3' cha' Eta Sigma 1' Pierrotsiimmbduiztion Stafi. "IZ:ist2iinI.estei"? D a sl 9 Honors Day fr, 2, 33 5 v I l 9 I 9 5 HERBERT WH,IlARD ANDERSON . . Moline 5 GEORGIA FRANCES ALKIRE . . ' . . Hoopeston Dentistry l , Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Delta r . I Betha-UY Circle Augustana College I 5 9 9 I 5 I L S 9 EDWARD BRIGGS ALLEN . . . . Allentown IRENE ANDERSEN .... . . Chicago ' Agriculture Education 5 Acacia Beta Phi Alpha f Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Club: Education Club ChlCHE0 N0l'm2ll College Q Illinois Wesleyan University 9 9 b MARGARET LORRAINE ANDERSON . . Chicago ' HERMAN STUART ALLEN . . Galesburg Home Economics Law Beta Sigma Omicron Lombard College Home Economics Club JOSEPHINE AU-EN ----- Gfem Valley M1LDRED LESLIE ANDERSON . . . Cobden Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics Pi Kappa Delta Southern Illinois State Teacher's College Bradley Polytechnic Institute IRENE ALSIP . . . Columbus Junction, Iowa Q Education WILLIAISI ANDERSON, JR. ..... Chicago Sigma Phi Bella Accountancy Gregorian Literary Society Parsons College WILLIAM PALMER AMERSON . . Ch'ca 1 go DONALD HERBERT ANDREWS . . Seattle, Wash. ' Pre-Legal , , . Athletic Coaching Zeta Psi Q l X Phi Delta Phi: Tu-Mas: Sophomore Infom1al Commit- Hus l l , , 4 tee:.Chairman, Junior Informal Committee: Freshman W M2-Wan-DH: Tribe of llhml Fl'EShmHl1 VHTEIW B856- Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squad C25 ball: Varsity Baseball Letter iz, 3, 45, Captain C43 P University of Wisconsin: Lewis Institute Q N 4 1 Al- -lt six nX A Ax .A .A Ax ..x .A Ax .ax .xx -.x .ax .AG 1,. 0. fs. 11. I.. 0. 1,. 0. A. 1,- 1.. 0. 1. 1.. Q52 vu TY? Page 53 sv - yv yt' yu' yu xv v' . s,. xv gs yu X" S" X" NW' NP' V' X" Y' X" Y' V' Vf V' V' V' 9' XV X" v- r P B P' N N ? N N 9 ? ? 5 v 54 , A 4 CLYDE EMMILRSON ARBEGAST . . Ephrala, Pa. Athletic Coaching Theta Upsilon Omega WALTER H. ARENDS .... . Melvin Agriculture Sigma Phi Epsilon CLARENCE JOIIN ARMSTRONG . . Champaign Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Phalanx Lols ARMSTRONG ........ Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Illio tal Lincoln College NOEL EUGENE ARMSTRONG . . . Paris Commerce Delta Sigma Phi Illini Chamber ol Commerce KATXIEIIINE ELIZAHETI-I ARNDT . . Chicago Education Alpha Omicron Pi Chicago Normal College LUIS ERNESTO ARNILLAS . . . . . Arequipa, Peru, South America Education El Circulo Espanol Blackburn College LUCILE J. ARNOLD ..... . Cicero General Businexs Alpha Omicron Pi Morton junior College il ' R' 1 Wx .ax AX .xX .48 .xt .xX AX .58 .sX .sX .xX .CX .sX .sX Page 54 ll Q? Roy MARTIN ASHER , , , I Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Eta Gamma Michigan State College WARREN C. ASHLEY , , , Education . . Yorkville GEORGE EMERSON .ATKINSON Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma Sigma Phi Delta: Scabbard and Bl d 1 . Mu Sang A. s. C. E.: Major, univeamiy Eifgalgg gan. - - - Chicago NANCY LETCIIER .ATKINSON , , Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Baseball iz, 33: Soccer Cz, 37 Morton Junior College . Berwyn MILDRED ELIZABETH AUSTIN , , , Mention Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta - Sigma Delta Phig Woman's Varsity Debate 1.0 Carthage College SAM MARSI-IAL Avmox . . Cleveland, Ohio Accountancy Miami' University BRUCE E, AYER .... New Britain, Conn- Mechanical Engineering A. s, M. E. ' ALLEN -FRANKLIN AYERS .... Grayville Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Baseball 1 V 4 V4 V1v1AN MADELINE AYERS . . . Champaign Education Zeta Tau Alpha Jamesonian Literary Society DePauw University DONALD PORT AvREs .... . Sil-vis Architecture Theta Upsilon Omega Architectural Society: Circus 1r, 2. 37: Freshman Varsit Gym Team: Varsity Gym Team 12. ,Oz Arch Fcte ommittee STUART MONROE BABCOCK . . . Peratonica Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi' Eta Kappa Nu: Synton Home Economics Delta Delta Delta ' Soccer 13 41' Basketball 13. 45: May Fete 137 Beloit College WILLIAM H. BAcoN . . . . . Pawnee Accountancy . . . . . . . .Berwyn CHARLES EDWARD BAER ..... Streator Athletic Coaching Phi Kappa Varsity Football 12, 3, 43: Varsity Baseball 12. 45 MARTIIA AINIELIA BAETIIKE . . . . Kewanee Journalism Pi Beta Phi Monticello Seminary MARY IREN E BAILEx Rosamond Education K XmXXXsXsXsXsXsXAsXsXsX RYYPY Roy E. BAIRD ...... . Marshall Journalism Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Sketch Club: Senior I-lit Committee: Associate Editor, Illio 139: Daily Illini 1 Honors Day 11, 2, 33 HoRAcE CALVIN BAKER . . . Stillman Valley General Business Alpha Kappa ,Lambda Pi Delta Epsilon: Alpha Delta Sigma: Illini Chamber of Commerce: Accountancy Club: Daily Illini 11, 21: Business Manager, Enterpriser 145: Mt-n's Glec Club 4 LILLIAN PAULINE BAKER .... Champaign Education MAURINE WILMA BAKER . . . , , Marion Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda D lt : Al h K Delta: Choral Society: First Council, llVor1mali1'ELe:alxillli WARREN .JOHN BAKER ...... Atwood D General Business Tau Delta Tau Alpha Kappa Psi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Kappa Phi Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Pan Xenia: Icarus: Illini Chamber of Commerce: Account- ancy Club: Editor, Enterpriser 135: Chairman, Com- merce Smoker 13J: Commerce Dance Committee 137: Ingerfgasernity Council 133: Captain, University liri- lla C 4 BRUCE NED BALDLNG . . . . Lincoln - Pre-Medic Omega Beta Pi lnterfraternity Council 1412 German Club Eureka College: Illinois State Normal University GERALD G. BALDRIDGE . . . . Macomb Pharmacy Kappa Psi SAMUEL H BALKIN Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma ll ll lzll 1:11 1:1111 lil I: If I In Page 55 v - AAAAAAGAAAA CIIARLES Coxoos BALL . . . Charleston General Business Phi Mu Delta Co-Chairman, Homecoming Badge Committee C25 Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College ROBERT WATSON BALL . . . . . Evanston Mechanical Engineering Theta Kappa Phi Freshman Varsity Cross Country: Freshman Varsity Track: A. S. M. E. Armour Institute of Technology JAMES WILI.IAM BALLARD . . Auburn, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Signga Tau: Phi Sigma Phi: First Regimental Band Cz. 3, 4 University of Texas EDVVARD U. BANKER ....... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho SAMUEL WILLARD BANOWITZ . . Chicago Law Nu Beta Epsilon De Paul University FRANCES RUTH BANTA . . . Dc Witt, Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Rockford College BURREI. BENJAMIN BARASI-I . . Galesburg Law Sigma Alpha Mu Illio C235 Siren C215 Interiraternity Council Knox College WILLIALI Y. BARBER . . . . . Chicago General Business Chi Beta VICTOR JOHN BARUONSKI . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Orro H. BARR . , , , , . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi Associate Editor, Illini Pharmacist 1.0 ORMAN RUSSELL BARKDOLL Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad Q25 - . .Naperville Eowm CANTWELL BARKER . . Pittsburg, Kan- General Business Delta Sigma Pi Accountancy Club TRUMAN A. BARLOW . . . . Walshville Pharmacy LUCILLE MIRIAM BARNARD .... Oak Park Home Economics Delta Zeta Torch: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. fill: yn W C A Commission C1133 First Council, Woman's Leah ' ' 43: Gxtzld Feat cis: Chairman, C-Bulletin Board Czoriinig' tee, om n u 31: h ' ' . ' Decoration: gumniiiieg 143 an-man Homecommg Honors Day C I J MARY NATALIE BARNETT. . . . .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane junior College ELIZABETH BARNI-IARI' .... Ithaca, Mich. Music Sigma Alpha Iota Alma College Page 5.6 v' l xx' ys SAMUEL BARNOXITZ. . . . . . . Chicago Civil Engineering gs . S. C. . . Crane Junior College X" S' Y' 5' X' 5' K' HELEN F. BARR ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Linnean Botany Society ,v xv v' xv xv' v' x yu qv v v v' w v' sv v' vs' xv xv xv Q N 5 Z: e O D-1 r-I ga v-l g F1 III 7: s E- Z 9: D ge EE? SQ Q 3. G 5 R. Q N Q VAS 5'5- '4-. 3, ,H . at ag? 0 A '55-3 33 is 573 C .. 'Ti E. bn- SE' E.. W I" Er.: III O SE' :-fs' UQ we 5 E 33' at -:: O en 'Lf .ug O EI fi :Q no o 2 o -1 3 na ..- O 2. :T ra 0 GEORGE FRANCIS BARRETT, JR. . . Chicago Pre-Legal Zeta Psi Kappa Phi Sigma ' BEULAH BERNICE BARRICK . . Urbana Education t b STANLEY FRANK BARTECKI . . Chicago Pharmacy ANNABI-:L BARTIIEL . . ..... Sterling Liberal Arts and Sciences Northern Illinois State Teacheris College DOROTIIY MARIE BASIT . . . . Urbana Education -' - . x ..x .ax . x .cs .A Ax .gs .gs .Ax WAITER JOSEPII BAsKERvu.I.E . . Joliet General Business Jolict Junior College BRUCE IXAN BASLER .... Sac City, Iowa Athletic Coaching Delta Them Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: Captain, University Brigade Q41 EIA MARGARET BASSETT .... Carrollton Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Illinois Woman s College GEORGE CONKLIN BATES . . . . Centralia Horticulture ' Alpha Zetag Phi lita Sigmag Agricultural Clubg Horti- culture Club JAMES FREMONT BATES . ' .... Kewanee Athletic Coaching Theta Nu Epsilon Icarus BERNUS B. BATTERSHELL . . . . Robinson ' Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Club: Agricultural Edu- cation Clubg Hoof and Horn Club THEODORE ROBERT BAUERLE . Urbana General Business Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad K3 433 Freshman Varsity Wrestling Southeastern Missouri State 'l'eacher's College Liberal Arts and Sciences Page 57 MILDRED ELIZABETH BAUMANN H. . Springfield 1. Ip. la. li. If. I.. la.. 11. I.. I: VQYIQY HELEN S. liAYI.Es ..... . Newton Home Economics Illinois State Normal University JUIIN C. BAYLI-ZS ....,.. Chillicothe Electrical Engineering Synton: li. IC. Society: l'Ingineering Dance Committee t4J CALVIN D. BECK .... Middletown, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi 'l'u-Mas HII,DING VINCENT BECK ..... Kewanee Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. li. MARGARET MARIE BECKER .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Beta Tadpolcg Swimming Team 433 Crane Junior College WII,I.IAIwI AUGUST BECKER . . . Danville Dentistry Delta Sigma Dclta Student Council U3 Lewis Institute THEODORE LI.oYD BEDNARCIIUK . . Chicago Pharmacy Advertising Manager, Illini Pharmacist RUTII BEEDLE . . . . . . . Champaign Home Economics Woman s Cosmopolitan Club 1 i . QX ..x .mx .mX .QX .xt .sX AX .s Page 58 MARY ELIZARETII BELL . . . Abilene, Kan. Landscape Architecture Kappa Sigma Tau Alpha Alpha Gamma: Landscape Club MORRIS B. BELL. . , , I .Wlmeka Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta Bradley Polytechnic Institute RAYMOND ELIA5 BELL. . , , . Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Phi Sigma: Eta Sigma Phi: Daily Illini C15 . . Avon SIIELDON F. BELI ..... , U Joliet Dentistry Theta Chi Delta Sigma Delta ROBERT BURTON BELLOWS . . Crvstal Lake General Business SARA EI.IzAaI-:TII BELTON . . . . . Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Le Cercle Francais: Spanish Club Rockford College RICHARD WILEY BENEFER ..... Chicago Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu JOHN'HONVARD BENJAMIN . . . . .Paxton Education Pierrots: Chairman, Hobo Parade f4,Q Chairman Inde- gggiigryt Jubilee mg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet t4J:' Cas, 1. Ii.. li. ll. Iz.. ln. 11. Ii. I.. 1, 4 ALBERT WALI,ACE BENNETT .... Chicago General Business Chi Phi Scabbard and Blade: Cavalry Officers' Club: Military Ball Committee 641: Major, University Brigade C45 MADELYN GERTRUDE BENTLEY . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Gamma Alpha Chi: Gregorian Literary Society: Assist- ant Circulation Manager, Daily Illini 1493 Woman's Glee Club C23 WINIFRED EvELx'N BEREs1foRD . . Urbana Music Sigma Alpha Iota Woman's Glee Club 135: Choral Society 135 CARL EDWARD BERG ...... Moline Landscape Architecture U. L. A. S.: Scarab: Landscape Society Honors Day Cz, 31 HUGH BERGSTROMI . . . . . . . Chicago , Athletic Coaching Tribe of Illini: Varsity Track Squad C3. 431 Varsity Track Letter C22 SAMUEL H. BERGSTROM . . . . . Chicago Railway Civil Engineering Sigma Epsilon: Engineering Council JOHN BERNBROCK, JR. . . . Quincy Pharmacy Kappa Psi Quincy College FRED JOHN BERNER ..... Edwardsville Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Zeta Rho . Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Delta Gamma: Pi Delta Phi: Adelphic Literary Society Honors Day Q ,Nix ..x .tx Ax ..x .tx .xx Ax .xx .xx .ax .A .xx .xx .xi Al Q7 X LENA M. BERNSTEIN . . . . . Chicago Law Order of the Coil: Illinois Law Review Board C35 Crane Junior College HERIXERT ALBERT BERRY . . . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi ' University of Wisconsin WAI.TER REGINALD BERRY . . . . Irving Civil Engineering Triangle Pi Delta Epsilon: Business Manager, Teclinograpli 1.0 FRED BIERSCHEID . . . . . . Aurora Pharmacy WAI.TER B. BESLEY . ..... Woodstock Liberal Arts and Sciences Men's Glee Club Honors Day GEORGE EARL BI-IST . . . . . Princeville Accountancy Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Alpha Psi: Illini Chamber of Commerce Tn1Lo MAX BEST . . . . . . . Chicago General Business Kappa Sigma Pierrots: Sophomore Baseball Manager CHARLES H. BEUTTER . . South Bend, Ind. General Business Delta Alpha Pi University of Notre Dame l 11. li.. I1. 0. la.. I1. ln. ln. ln. If- IQ. Ip. I1. lf. ln. Page 59 AAKAAAAQKA ADELAIDE BE VIER ....... Bradford Liberal Arts and Sciences KURT E. BEYER ..... Kaukauna, Wis. Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon PIERRE A. BEZY ........ Chicago Architectural Engineering Theta Upsilon Omega Theta Tau: Gargoyle: Daubers: Pierrots: Architectural Society: Sircn UD: Production Staff, "The Prince of I'ilsen," "The Romantic Young Lady," "Nada": Arch Fete: Scarab Medal 131 Honors Day 133 LOUISE PAULINE BIDWELL . . . Plymouth Education Physikos Paideia: W.A.A,: Baseball iz, 3b: Soccer Q35 Carthage College JoHN BIEDERMAN . . . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi WILLIAM HARNS BIEDERIVIAN . . . Chicago Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Phi Phi Eta Sigma: A. S. C. E. HARRY IVIICIIAEL BIEIJKA . . Chicago Law University of Notre Dame SIIUMWAY JACOB BIRD . . . Mechanicsburg Accountancy Honors Day Page 60 VVYY GUDRUN BIRGER . . . . . . , , Galgng Liberal Arts and Sciences Le Cercle Franca' : El C' l E ' ' Club: Gold Featliiers: Maiyciiigte llizinaiiligiisilrrlll Botany ANNA MAE BIRKETT . . . , Sheldgn Music Sigma Alpha Iota .lnmfs Mimkln UnlV0YSi!Y5 Northwestern University JESS LESTER BITZER . . . Accountancy Delta Sigma Pi . . Collinsville DALE M. BIXLER ..... . . Newton Pharmacy EUGENE ALLEN BLACKFORD . . Grayville Agriculture Theta Kappa Nu Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Dairy Club- Infantry Oflicers' Club: Icarus: Illinois Agriculturist Cz' 45: Lieutenant, University Brigade ' EGBERT ORLANDO BLACKMAN . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Phi Skull and Crescent: Scabbard and Blade: Tribe of Illini: Icarus: Dokplhinsg Varsity Swimming Squad Ca, 3, 41: Varsity ater Polo Squad 135, Letter 42 47: Freshman Varsity Football: Sophomore Intramural Manager: Major, University Bridage C43 XVILLIS LANE BLACKMAN, JR. . . . Hinsdale Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi Antioch College: University of Chicago GEORGE SCAMMON BLAKE . . Chicago Dentistry Psi Omega Northwestern University I VL' Y YVCYYY MORRIS BLANK ..... . Chicago Pre-Legal Zeta Beta Tau Interfraternity Council 141: Sophomore Interscholastic Manager 111: Varsity Cheer Leader 12, 31 Honors Day 1I, 2, 31 ELIZABETII BLOUGH . . . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi: Gregorian Literary Society: First Coun- gll,cIiSoman's League 13, 41: District Chairman, W. G. - 4 Illinois Woman's College LESTER LEONARD BoDAcH . . . Park Ridge General Business Sigma Phi Sigma WILLIAM SERENO BODMAN . . Bement Law Phi Kappa Tau Order of the Coif: Phi Alpha Delta: Varsity Football Squad 12, 3. 41 BAscoM BOGLE ...... Bethel, Vt. Athletic Coaching Delta Upsilon Cavalry Officers' Club: First Lieutenant, University Brigade Cornell University HAROLD ADAMS BOLING . Lake Charles, La. General Business Phi Kappa Psi Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Phi Eta Sigma: Skull and Crescent: Tu-Mas: Band of X: Senior Baseball Man- ager: Athletic Council 141: Commerce Council 141 THOMAS Jossra BOODELL . . Chicago Law Chi Psi PHILIP HENRY BOOTH ..... . Joliet Industrial Administration ' 1 Alpha Kappa Psi: Sigma Iota Epsilon: Daily Illini 121: Mx-Hila Dance Committee 131 A Joliet Junior College AA HE CLA -fsxv gd I I 99 VYPVPVYY' MILDRED CAROLYN Bore . . . . Dundee Education Northern Illinois State Teacher's College GENEVIEVE KATHERINE BORDEN . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Society: Sophomore Cotillion Cum- mittec: Choral Society CHARLES LESLIE BORDNER . . Lewiston Pharmacy Kappa Psi AGNES BORMANN ...... Metropolis Home Economics Blackburn College WARD E. B0sT ..... . Hillsboro Pharmacy Kappa Psi BERNICE RUTH BOTT' . . . Oak Park Music Sigma Alpha Iota Mu Kappa Alpha: Illiola Literary Society: First Coun- cil, Woman's League 141: Pan-Hellenic Council 141: Woman's Glee Club 13, 41: University Orchestra 13, 41 Oberlin College FREDERICK RAYMOND BowEN . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma Scabbard and Blade: Infantrgf Oflicers, Club: Freshman Varsity Golf:. Varsity Golf quad 12, 3. 412 Captain, University Brigade MARY VIRGINIA BowEN . . . Champaign Education Theta Phi Alpha - Pi Mu Epsilon: Alpha Sigma Nu: Kappa Delta Pi: Alethenai Literary Society: Gold Feathers: W. A. A.: Life Saving Corps: Financial Secretary, Woman's League 141: Volley Ball 12, 31: Apparatus 12, 31: Baseball 121: Minor I. A. 131: Business Manager, Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show 131 Honors Day 1I, 2, 31 Page 61 ,rf YYYYN LYNN K. BOVVER ..... Pleasant Hill General Business Varsity Baseball Squad tzj Illinois College CLYDE KENNETII BOWLES . . Mt. Pulaski Accountancy NEX'A BEATRICE BOWLING Mason City, Iowa Journalism Sigma Kappa Torch: Theta Sigma Phi: Illiola Literary Society: Edi- torial Writer, Daily Illini KU: Business Staff, "The Youngest" HERTIIA LILLIE BOWMAN , . . Urbana Home Economics Delta Zeta Omicron Nu: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 437: Y. W. C. A. Commission C453 W. A. A. FRANCES ELIZABETH BOYER . . Carmi Education Alpha Delta Pi Lindenwood College R.WI.PII VINCENT BOYER .... Bradford Chemical Engineering KENNETH B. BoYI.E. . . . Lanark Education Alpha Lambda Tau Production Staff, "Is Zat So": Chorus, "Narla": Or- chestra Cz, 3, 43 Coe College CLYDE ARTHUR BOYSEN . . . Blue Island General Business ,ri i iii-lei, . 4 r?.:f'E14 1 L 4. -. if- Q ' -urs... V t I CLASS 7 it JOHN FISHER BRACKEN .... Chicago Q' EA I Electrical Engineering A -' ' A Pi Kappa Phi ' ' Synton: Kappa Phi s' ' It -L' '- , Vf 11- V ' KE.-' 5 1-1 : E. E. Society: A. I. E. Em' ne' 'term Cm"'c'l' , f a- .42-J, 5 ii Y 3,97 ' ' ITE' L-' 'F -,351- A 151. 'gil V ,T m X et, josEPI-I NEWELL BRADLEY . . . . Chicago . 1 F . 'Q' .. ' y 59' Q V ' A NAQFN Civil Engineering A. S. C. Ii. Crane Junior College JAMES ELLIOT BRANCH . Martinsville, Ind, Architectural Engineering Beta Theta Pi Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau: Garg l 5 S b. . - Arch Yearbook: Captain, Universiizf eliriggrdlea Clgjndnm' Purdue University CATHERINE JANE BRAND . . . Chicago Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Rockford College EDNA MAX' BRASII ...... Urbana Home Economics Loki Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Eco. nomics Club Honors Day EULALIA GRACE BREESE .... Paw Paw Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi: Kappa Delta Pi HARRY PAUL BREGER .... Waukegan Law Mask and Bauble: Pierrots: Business Manager, Past. lixam Jubilee: Business Manager, "The Youngestng Production Manager, "Here's To Your Health" WVILLIAM! CARNEGIE BRI-:MNER Highland Park Engineering Kappa Phi Sigma: Phi Alpha Lambda: Varsity Foot- l8:allESquad 1231 Varsity Basketball Squad tzjg A, S, Y X2 Page 62 929, GLEN HARRISON BRENN .... Allendale Banking and Finance Iieta Gamma Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi: Iieta Nu Kappa: Accountancy Club Honors Day BETTY MARY BRENNAN ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi DOROTHY PATRICIA BRENNAN . . . Urbana Music Torch: Mu Kappa Alpha: Daily Illini 125 Saint Marys-of-the-Woods O1.1vIA GOULD BRENNAN .... Mattoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Goucher College THOMAS GRANT BRENNAN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi FRANCIS THRALI. BREWER ..... Peoria Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma Phalanx: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Syntong E. E. Society: Captain, University Brigade Q43 HAROLD EDISON BRIDGE . Fort Wayne, Ind. Accountancy Pi Kappa Phi Daily Illini KID Indiana University LORA KATIIRYN BRIGGS . . . Urbana Journalism Phi Omega Pi ' X Torch: Kappa Tau Alpha: Theta Sigma Phi: .Iunior Editor, Daily Illini 433 Illinois College HE CLA IQZQ HIRAM F. BRIGHT .... Boswell, Ind. Banking and Finance University Band CI. 2. .sl ALPHEUS OSCAR BRITTAIN West Pittston, Pa. Q Education Theta Upsilon Omega Varsity Wrestling Squad 13, 47: Freshman Varsity Football: Freshman Varsity Wrestling HEI.EN BRITTON ...... Monmouth Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Lambda Sigma St. Mary's College DOROTHY ALENE BRODERSEN Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau Baseball 10 STEPHEN EDWARD BRONDAS West Frankfort Education Sigma Delta Kappa Senior Hat Committee JAMES UPTON BRONSON . . . Blue Island Accountancy LEO CHESTER BROOKS . . El Reno, Okla. Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha Theta Tau Oklahoma A. 81 M. College DANIEL ROBERTS BROWER, JR. . . Wilrnettc Engineering Cosmopolitan Club ' Phalanx: Major, University Brigade C45 Page 63 YYY? DALE EARL BROWN ..... Cissna Park Pre-Legal Phi Gamma Delta Freshman Frolic Committee DONALD MEEKER BROWN . . Evanston Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Phi Delta: Dolphins: Phi Alpha Lambda: Interscholastic Circus CI. 2. 3. 43: Varsity Swimming Squad 11, 3, 43 EVERETT WOHLFARTII BROWN . . . Pana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 42, :sb GEORGE RENOLD BROWN . . . Rockford Agriculture Delta Alpha Epsilon Aumha Tau Alpha: Cavalry Officers' Club: Agricultural E ucation Club: Agricultural Club: Illinois Agricul- turist 13, 45: Captain, University Brigade GORDON WIIIPPLE BROWN . . . Evanston Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Phi Delta: Freshman Varsity Football HENRIETTA CORDELIA BROWN Stillman Valley Education HULMAN CHARLES BROWN . . . Alvin Athletic Coaching Sigma Delta Rho RICHARD MCPHERSON BROWN . . Princeton Landscape Architecture Theta Chi U. L. A. S. K A4441 Page 64 HE C 'E . Var W N P1929 RUSSEL OLIVER BROWN . . Mount Morris Architectural Engineering Chi Tau Mt. Morris College VELINIA RUTH BROWN . . . , Villa Gro-pg Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Jamesonian Literary Society: Daily Illini CI! University of California WANOA MAE BROWN . . . . Champaign Education Kappa Sigma Tau Jamesonian Literary Society: Spanish Club Western College LESLIE W. BROWNE .... , Wagsyeka Pharmacy MARIAN Lois BROWNELL . . Champaign Education Delta Gamma W. A. A.: Physikos Paideia: Gold Feathers: Volleyball iz, sl: Baseball U, 33: Soccer 137: Apparatus ln- Soccer Manager 6.0: Property Manager, May Fete Principia College PHILIP BROWNSTEIN ...... Chicago Athletic Coaching BASEI. HIXRRY BRUNE . . . Champaign Law Alpha Kappa Lambda IGamma Eta Gamma: Senior Class President, College of aw 1 GLADYS BRUNER ....... Urbana Landscape Architecture Alpha Alpha Gamma HAROLD M1I.LARD BUCK . . . Princeville General Business Acacia Interscholastic Circus 12, 3, 41: Men's Glee Club 141: University Band 131 MARTIN BUCK ..... St. Louis, Mo. Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon FRANK BUECHE . ....... Elgin Industrial Administration Alpha Kappa Psi: Sigma Iota Epsilon: Tau Nu Tau: First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 MARGARET JOHANNE BUEHLER . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Gregorian Literary Society: Daily Illini 11, 11: Illia 131: Publicity Chairman, Dad's Day 141 JOHN C. BUMGARNER .... Tulsa, Okla. General Business Beta Nu Kappa: Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Tennis: Varsity Tennis Letter 13, 41 University of Tulsa GORDON BUNNEY ..... Belfry, Mont. Pre-Medic Sigma Chi Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Squad 141 Montana State College WALTER FREDERICK BUNNING Roseburg, Ore. Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track 12. IS. 41: Varsiti' Track Letter 131: First Lieutenant, University Brian e 141 CLARENCE MILES BURNAM, JR. . . Chicago Engineering Ilus Theta Tau: Phi Alpha Lambda: Pi Delta Epsilon: A. S. C. G. E. Society: Editor, Technograph 141: Engi- neering Student Council 141: Engineers Dance Com- mittee 141 Axaidxx YY MILDRFQD ELOISE BURNS . . . . Wilmelte Liberal Arts and Sciences Denison University VIRGINIA BURROUGIIS . . . . Edwardsville ' Education Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: University Orchestra: Physikos Paideia: Apparatus 131 WILLIAM DINON Busctr . Grossrnont, Calif. Athletic Coaching San Diego State College CLYDE L. BUTLER . . . , Putnam Education Theta Kappa Nu Bradley Polytechnic Institute LAURA DUNAWAY BUTLER . . . Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta Linnean Botany Society Eureka College LEONARD ANDREWS BUZZELL Fryeburg, Maine Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Wrestling ELLIS BYAIAN .... . Chicago Law Delta Fraternity Tribe ot' Illini: Varsity Soccer Squad 141 University of Wisconsin PALINIER C. BYRNE . . . Ottawa Law Phi Delta Phi Alpha Alpha Alpha: Alpha Delta Sigma: Daily Illini 11, 21: Chairman, Senior Ball Committee: Cap and Gown Committee ll. Il. I1. ll. li. In. Ip. ll. ll. If. ln. 11. Ia., I.. I r Page 65 WILLIAINI DANIEL CAI-IILL .... Chicago General Business Theta Kappa Phi WAl.TER F, CAMERON ..... Dclavan Chemical Engineering WII.LIAM TuoMAs CAMERON . . .Sibley Banking and Finance Sigma Chi Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Beta Gamma Sigma: Band of X: Sigma Iota Epsilon: Intramural Manager C431 Athletic Board of Control C45 FRED GERALD CAMPBELL . . . La Harpe Agriculture Sigma Mu Sigma Alpha Zeta: Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Assistant Editor, Illinois Agriculturist 4 Honors Day Cr, 2, 3, 45 LOUISE ANN CAMPBELL .... Chicago Education Choral Society: French Club: Spanish Club: Soccer Dc Paul University DOMINIC J. CAMPEGGIO . . Ladd Law Phi Delta Phi CHARLES EDWARD CANNEY . . . Chicago Liberal Arls and Sciences Phi Kappa Tau IRMA CARLISLE ..... . Robinson Education Alpha Chi Omega Page 66 'YYY ROBERT LYLE CAROLUS . . . . Sterling Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Agricultural Club TRACY CARRIGAN . . . . , , Sandoval Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. MARY HELEN CARSON . . . . Greenup Accountancy Alpha Delta Theta Phi Chi Theta: Pan-Hell ' C '1 . - Council, Woman's League gicitl Dune' 43' 45' Fmt Indiana State Normal School: East I ' ' 'l'eacher's College em Hmms Stale JOHN HANNIDAL CARTER . . Sl. Louis, Mo Liberal Arls and Sciences Kappa Alpha Psi Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Sigma Phi: Phi Ka F lil Circulo Espanol: Le Cercle Francais: Cabinet 63, 49 D570 .psilon: Y. M. C. A. MARIAN CAMDEN CASE . . St. Louis, Mo, Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Tadpole: French Club: Choral Society Washington University CHARLES CASH ...... , Girmd Engineering Theta Kappa Nu Phi Alpha Lambda Blackburn College MX'RON WENDELL CASKEY . Pittsburgh, Kan, Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E. Kansas State Teacher's College A. JAMES CASNER . . . . Champaign Law Sigma Chi Phi Delta Phi: Order of the Coif: Delta Sigma Rho: Illinois Law Review: Varsity Debate C41 V4 LELAND HOOKER CASS . . . . Ohio Accountancy FRANCES EMMALINE CASSADY . . Riverside Education Alpha Omicron Pi Torch: Mu Kappa Alpha: Illiola Literary .Societyr Chairman, Gold Feathers C315 Ch ' S l Com , airman, ocia - mittee of Womanls League 445: Chairman, Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show C455 Dance Supervision Committee C491 Chairman, Music Committee for Doll Show KA. 43: Gold Feathers Council 123 WILI.IA1NI C. CASSIDY . . . Murphysboro Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta: Mu San: A. S. C. E. HAROLD WILLIAM CATT ..... Litchfield Chemical Engineering WILLIAM RUSSELL CATTRON . . Fairview Agriculture BENJAISIIN FREDERICK CAUBLE . . Chicago Pharmacy SADRA FELITA CAYLOR . . Carrington, N. D. General Business Phi Omega Pi Phi Chi Theta: Woman's Business Manager, Enter- priser 141 North Dakota State College ROBERT GERALD CENTER . . . Du Quoin Pharmacy Kappa Psi 4444 ll Q7 WII.LIAM JOSEPH CERNY . , Cige,-0 Law Sigma Delta Kappa Morton Junior College CARL NICHOLAS CHALLACOMBE . Carlinville Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Nu Epsilon Blackburn College GILBERT EMANUEL CHALSTROM . . Joliet General Business Theta Alpha Captain, University Brigade C41 Joilet Junior College LUIS F. CHAIVIY Valparaiso, Chile, So. Am. Electrical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club Varsity Soccer Letter C3, 433 Captain Q45 WARREN MUN CHAN . . . Canton, China Architectural Engineering Kansas City Junior College LYNETTE' H. CHANDLER . . Denver, Colo. Education Zeta Tau Alpha MYRON ERICSON CHANDLER . . . . Plano Electrical Engineering Phalanx: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Captain, University Brigade 4 FRANK FILBERT CHAPI-ELL . Newkirk, Okla. General Business University oi Kansas Page 67 YYY? ARTHUR LOYAL CHLADEK .... Chicago Architectural Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Scarab: Scabbard and Blade: Freshman Varsity Track: Chairman, Architectural Service Bureau 4431 Captain, University Brigade C23 CLARENCE D. CHRYSLER . . . Casey Agriculture Delta Sigma Tau COLETTE MARIE CLANCEY . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Gregorian Literary Society CARL EDXVARD CLARK . . . . Macomb Medicine Phi Chi A Pi Kappa Epsilon IOLA CLARK ..... . Georgetown Education Theta Upsilon W. A. A.: Physikos Paideia: Hockey tx, z, '3, 43: Basketball tx, 2. 351 Baseball tx, 2. 371 Bowling 13, 43: Manager, Bowling C433 Apparatus tx, 2, 35 Earlham College ROBERT HENRY CLARK . . . Springfield Electrical Engineering Synton MASON JOHN CLARKE . . . Chicago Law Phi Pi Phi Phi Alpha Delta: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Sophomore Football Manager: Junior Informal Com- mittee: Interfraternity Council CU JOHN FRANKLIN CLAwsON . . Windsor Education AUSTIN A. CLAYPOOL . . . , , Ma A griculture Alpha Tau Alpha: Tribe of Illini: Varsity W Letter t3, 41 MABEL INEZ CLEM , , , , , h U Home Economics Bethany Circle Orpheus: Home Economics Club: Woman's Glen Eloungg Peoples' Cabinet, Illinois Disciples Fou 3, 4 Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College ROGER MARCUS CLOUSER . , Miltgpi Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon Milton College: University of Wisconsin LEONORA ADELAIDE COEER . , Charleston Education Sigma Phi Beta Alpha Kzgxpa Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Loki: G Literary ociety: Inter-Literary Council Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College CHARLES G. COHEN . . . , C ' Pharmacy JOSEPH LESTER COIIEN . . . . . C Industrial Administration Phi' Epsilon Pi WIl.LIAINI J.C01IEN . . . . . C Chemistry A. S. C. PI. ' University of Chicago: Crane Junior College Institute WlI.l.IALf G. COLBY ...... At A gricult ure Page 68 .. la. lf. li. If. Ip. lv.. I1 I I: Svc-Casa MABEL SUSAN COLE ...... Urbana Home Economics Alpha Delta Theta Home Economics Club: W. A. A.: Burrill Botany Club: Tennis QI, 33 PAULINE HARRIETT COLE . . . . M0603 Home Economics Illinois State Normal University LAWRENCE LOUIS COLVIS .... Chester A gricult ure Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Club: Horticulture Club OLIVE EVELYN COMBS .... Champaign Music Jamesonian Literary Society: Medea: Woman's Glee Club 433: Choral Society Cz, 3, 43 JESSE EDWIN COMLY . . . . Pecatonica General Business CHARLES HENRY COMMONS, JR. . Chicago Ceramic Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Phalanx: Tau Nu Tau: S. B. A. C. E.: Major, University Brigade C43 NIOAR COMSKY ....... Chicago Landscape Architecture U. L. A. S. INEZ RUTH CONARD . . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Phi Igpsilon Omicron: First Council, Woman's League 3, 3 Honors Day K23 LEO BARTON CONDIT . . . River Forest Law FRANCIS PATRICK CONLON . . Chicago Pre-Legal Phi Kappa - Phi Alpha Delta: Philomathean: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Freshman Varsity Football: Freshman Vars- ity Baseball: Varsity Football Squad 423: Varsity Base- ball Squad tz, 43: Men's Glee Club AVIS CONN ........ Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences RALPII ALEXANDER CONNOR . . Newton Chemistry Beta Kappa Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon: A. C. S.: A. I. C. E.: Illini Board of Control DOUGLAS DENIS CONSIDINE, JR. . Harmon ' Liberal Arts and-Sciences Phi Eta Sigma: 'Pi Delta Epsilon: Mask and Baublc: Cabinet, Independent Council 13. 43: Daily Illini CI3: Literary Editor, Illio, 133: Editor, Illinois Magazine 643: Business Staff, "Prince of Pilsen," "The Great GaleOto," "The Youngest": Editor, Homecoming Stunt Show Program 133: Assistant Business Manager, Post- Exam Jubilee f33"Class President fill! Student Coun- cil Q33: Author, Picrrots' Opera C43: Editor, Mother'S Day Program 133: Assistant Editor, Homecoming Pro- tlmm 133 Honors Day tr, 2, 33 CLIFFORD CONANT CONWAY . . . Staunton Electrical Engineering Kappa Zeta Rho WARREN METCALEE CONWAY . . . Harvey Industrial Administration Kappa Zeta Rho GEORGE ROY COOK ..... Springfield Public Utilities Sigma Phi Sigma abs EDA Page 69 LEWIS RAY Coox ..... . Greenup Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: Concert Band Cz, 3, .0 MARTHA Coox ...... St. Louis, Mo. Journalism Theta Sigma Phig Daily Illini tp: Illinois Magazine fjl Rockford Collegeg Lindenwood College RALPH E. COOK ...... . Dixon Foreign Commerce Pan Xenia FREDERICK STANLEY CooMus Youngstown, O. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Delta Chig Pierrotsg Chief Editorial Writer, Daily Illini Q41 EDWARD HOWARD COPILOW . . . Chicago Architectural Engineering A.S.C. Crane junior College WARREN PRATT CoRTEr.voU . . Oblong Chemistry Phi Lambda Upsilon L'nivcrsity of Cincinnati JAINIES ROYCE COTHERN . . . Gibson City A gric ultun' Louis CHARLES COTIE . Muskegon, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Alpha Alpha: Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Football: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Football Squad tz, 4,1 Varsity Basketball Squad ta, .0 Page 70 RYYPYYYVYY' GENEVA COUBERLYA. . . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors Day tr, :J PAUL SPARKS COUSLEY , - . Alton Journalism Delta Sigma Lambda University Band Ci, 2, 3, 45 NEVA MAURINE CovEY , , , Q Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian L'ter S ' - , Francais: EllCi?gtilo isfiftiridl sketch Club' Le Ce'C'e ROBERT EDWIN COVINGTON , , Chicago General Business Crane Junior College GERALD DOOLEN Cox . . , , M General Business 117011 JUDITIIETHEL Cox . . . . , ,Savanna Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi De Pauw University D MARt:ARE'r Nam-:NE Cox .... Robinson Education Beta Phi Alpha May Fate tr, 215 Baseball Q0 OLIVE LORRAINE Cox . . . Sheridan, Ind, I J ournalzsm Kappa Delta Sigma Phi: Kappa Tau Alphag Daily Honors Day ti, 2, 33 ,- A- 1.. 11. 1,- 1.. 0. I.. I., 1 f YYYK RAYMOND Cox ........ Chester General Business Carthage College DEAN HUDSON CRABB ..... Macomb Liberal Arts and Sciences LIVA MORGAN CRAFT ..... Scottlan Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu: E. E. Society MARION KENDALL CRAINE . . . Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Delta Illinois Woman's College FLORENCE MARCELINE CRAIG . Home Economics Phi Mu Phi Upsilon Omicrnng Home Economics Eastern Illinois State Teachers College HELEN LOUISE CRAMER . . . Liberal Arts and Sciences D VIRGINIA BARTLIT CRAVER . . . . Har-veg Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Junior Prom Committee University of Chicago JAMES MERLE CRANVFORD . . Mnrphysboro Law Phi Delta Phi Southern Illinois Normal University YKM4 VPVVY HAROLD GRIFFIN CREAMER . . . Tolono Electrical Engineering Scabbard and Blade: Major, University Brigade MARION CRISSEY . ...... Chester Landscape Architecture Alpha Alpha Gamma HAROLD STEPHEN CRITcHI.ow . Butler, Pa. General Business ELINOR JOSSELYN CROOK . . . Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Lambda Delta: Alethenai Literary Societyg Sec- ond Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. MABEI, C. CROSS . ...... Chicago Home Economics Loki Phi Upsilon Omicron: Choral Society ELIzAnETH CRUMP . . . , Kenney Education Illinois State Normal University CATIIERINE MARGARET CULHANE . Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta Rockford College KENNETH WI-ZSLEY CULP .... Hinckley General Business Tau Delta Tau Illini Chamber of Commerce: Accountancy Club: Inter- fraternity Council Page 71 VANCE STUART CUMMINS ..... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Varsity Basketball Squad tz, 32 CYPRIAN REGINALD AUGUSTUS CUNNINGHAINI . . . Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies Agriculture Kappa Alpha Psi Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Kappa Epsilong Agricultural Club: Dairy Club Honors Day tr, 2, 33 FLORENCE MAE CURTIS . . Paducah, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta Mask and Bauble: Daily Illini Cab THEODORE OLIVER CUTRIGIIT . . Casey Law Sigma Delta Kappa Honors Day FRED RUBIAN DAHLBERG . . . Clzicago Public Utilities Beta Psi Sigma Iota Epsilon: Daily Illini CI, :J MAURICE ANTHONY DAILEY . Taylor-ville Law Chi Phi Alpha Alpha Alpha: Scabbard and Blade: Pre-Legal Clubg Cavalry Officers' Club: Freshman Varsity Base- ball: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Production Staff, "Arms and the Mann: Major, University Brigade t4J ALMYRA FRANCES DAMEIER .... Lena Liberal Arts and Sciences Northern Illinois Teacherls College: Illinois State Nor- mal University: Iowa State. Universityg Pennsylvania State Collegeg Clark University WILLIAM ORVILLE DAMRON . . . . Bosco Liberal Arts and Sciences Carthage College Page 72 GEORGE STANLEY DANIELS . . . Glencoe Liberal Arts and Sciences JOHN DANZER U- - . . . St. Louis, Mo. Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilo g A, 5- . Varsity Gym Team: Varsity Gym T633 gfsfzegshman GWENDOLYN DARGEL ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bradley Polytechnic Institute ELIAS WILLIABI DARISISTATTER , New Athens General Business Phi Gamma Delta Phi Eta Sigma: Tu-Mas: Kap Ph' S' . . 215 Business Manager, Motherifs Diiylilrf-Tdrawlogcxj Director, Homecoming Program C453 Senior Hat C3311 mittee, Star Course Board 13, 47: University Band IJOZKIINIC JOHN DAVANZIO Tuxedo Park, N Y Education Delta Theta Epsilong Sigma Delt S' - Pig Syssitia: Italian Circle a lgma' Kappa Delta EDITH M. DAvIs ..... . . Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences First Council, Woman's League Western State Teacher's College FRANK V. DAVIS . . . . . . Grew-ville General Business HOSVARD HENRY DAVIS . . . Mount Olive Civil Engineering ll.. IA. ll. ll. If. lg, ln.. la. I.. I: JOHN PAUL DAVIS . . . . Harrisburg Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Alpha Delta LESTER RANDALL DAVIS . M indenmines, Mo. Floriculture Pi Alpha Xi Missouri University CLEYTUS S. DAY ....... . Melvin Liberal Arts and Sciences KERCI-uvAL DEAN ...... Rushville General Business Culver Stockton College DOROTHY DE BERARD . . . . . Hinsdale Home Economics Chi Omega Siren Cs. 43 Southern Methodist University DELLIAR G. DEBO ..... . Peru Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau La Salle Junior College MARION EMORY DECKER . . Mansfield, Pa. Athletic Coaching Sigma Pi Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad C435 Freshman Varsity Baseball Mansheld State Teacher's College MABEL DEERE ....... Long View Liberal Arts and Sciences Loki Phi Beta Kappa: Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Kappa Epsilon: Alpha Sigma Nu: Gold Feathers Execu- tive Council C23: W. A. A. Advisory Board C475 Life Saving Corps 133: Soccer 43, 43: Swimming 633: Volleyball 123: Basketball Cl, 33: Baseball tr, 2, 33: Chairman, W. A. A. Health Week 133: Chairman, Woman's League Citizenship Committee Q3, 43: Wo- man's Varsity Debate C43 KEs'roN JOHN DEIMLING Stevens Point, Wis. 'Education Delta Kappa Epsilon Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Football Letter t3, 43: Varsity Basketball Letter Cz, 33 FRANCES BAGHOT' DE LA BERE . . Atlanta Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Sigma Delta Phi: Track 03: Life Saving Club C3, 43 University of Minnesota ROBERT JAMES CARR DELL . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Daubfrs: Daily Illini 1:33 lllio Cr, 23: Editor, Siren 43. 4 NICHOLAS GEORGE DENES , , Garrett, Ind, Education Theta Kappa Phi Delta Theta Epsilon: Syssitia REBECCA DENISE . . . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Home Economics Club HARVEY J. DEOEALD . ..... Tonica Commerce and Law lhalanx: Captain, University Brigade 1 ROGER Woncorr DERBY .... Batavia Civil Engineering Theta Nu Epsilon Sigma Tau: Chi Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade GEORGE DERTINGER . ..... Bushnell Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon Page 73 JOHN ANTHONY DESAEGIIER . . Chicago Pharmacy Louis EDWARD DETURK .... Urbana Architectural Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau: Gargoyle: Rifle Team C3, 432 Major, University Brigade JAMES HARRY DEv1NE . . . Sedalia, Mo. Chemical Engineering Saint Mary's College: St. Louis University: University of Detroit CARTER MITCHEI.l. DEWEY Goodhue, Minn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Psi Delta Sigma Rho: Phi Delta Gamma: Tribe of Illini: Adclphic Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council: Freshman Varsity Gym Team: Varsity Gym Team 43, QD: Xgarsity Debate Team iz, 3, 43: University Band 1, 2 HAROLD H. DICE . . . Veeriersburg, Ind. Education EDNVARD LENKE DIENER .... Chicago General Business Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent: Cast, "Nada" EDITH DIGILIO ....... Chicago Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma FRANR Nick DxG1LIo Chicago Pharmact 5X ..x .mx .xX .gk .sk .sX AX .AX .xX .QS Page 74 ARTHUR EDWARD DILLNER . . . Dalton Pre-Legal Ilus Phi Alpha- Delta: Pierrots: Men's Gl Cl b C : Daily Ilhm QD: Sophomore Track Mari3:ger:uChol?1?s, Prmce of P1lsen," "Nada": Production Staff "Twelfth Night," "The Butter and Egg Man," "The Great Galeoto" JANE DILLON ...... Atlanta, Ga. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi llliola Literary Society: Siren Sweet Briar College GEORGE LEWIS DIVER .... Bridgeport General Business Freshman Varsity Track GLENN W. Donos . . ' .... Heywarih Liberal Arts and Sciences Men's Glee Club Illinois Wesleyan University Rrc:uARD C. DODGE . . . , A,,,0,a . Pharmacy Kappa Psi ARNOLD JOEL DoEscuER .... , CMM Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega Tu-Mas: Skull and Crescent: Pierrots: Dail Illini Cx 25: Junior Cap Committee: Chairman, Sjenigr Hai Committee MARGARET ANASTASTA DOLAN Clarksdale, Miss. Floriculture Floricultural Club Saint Mary-of-the-Woods TIIOINIAS JAMES DOLAN .... Oak Park ' Civil Engineering Chi Beta Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Theta Tau: Chi Epsilong A. S. C. E.: Freshman Varsity Track: Interscholastic Circus Manager 1451 Engineering Dance Committee: Captain, University Brigade YYCYYY T BRINTON CURRINDER DONALSON . . . . . . . . . .Wilmington, Del. Education Alpha Tau Omega Muhlenberg College: Shurtleff College MARY ELIZABETH DOOLITTLE . . Wo0dSl0Ck Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu WENDELL ROBERT DOOLITTLE, JR. . Chicago General Business Phi Kappa Tau ESTIIER DORE ...... . ChicaE0 Education Theta Phi Alpha Chicago Normal College MARY ELIZABETH DORE . . . ChicaL'0 Education Kappa Delta Pi Chicago Normal College - ERNEST FERDINAND DORN . . . . ChicaE0 General Business Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Skull and -Crescent: Band of X: Tribe of Illini: Student Council: Varsity Basketball Letter iz, 3, 43: Varsity Baseball Letter ta, 3, 47 RALPII LEROY DOUTHIT .... Urbana Athletic Coaching Tau Kappa Epsilon Freshman Varsity Basketball GEORGE EDWARD DRACII . . . Springfield Law Gamma Eta Gamma Pre-Legal Club: Senior Informal Committee: Senior Ball Committee: University Band , fx A .tx Ax ..x -tx .A Ax .ax Ax .ex .mx .tx .ex A U' Y VERNON WILLIAM DRENCKPOHI. . Centralia Athletic Coaching Anubis Freshman Varsity Basketball: Freshman Varsity Base- ball: Varsity Basketball Squad tzl: Varsity Baseball Squad ts. 45 EARL HAZEN DREW ..... Champaign - Athletic Coaching Anubis Tribe of Illini: Delta Theta Epsilon: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Letter 43, 43 GUY LESLIE DUELL .... . Tolono General Business DON CARLTON DUNCAN . . . Champaign Electrical Engineering Synton DOROTHY CATHARINE DUNCAN . Jacksonville' Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Society Ward Belmont: Northwestern University Accountancy Beta Gama Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi HELEN MARCEI.I,INE DUVALI. . . Allentown Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Gold Feathers: Gregorian L't S 'L : B b Il gig: Volleyball 125: First VtVctll?IIZn's Illifgrgzlie 4 FRED ALEXANDER DYKINS. . . Flora Chemistry Omega Phi: Phi Lambda Upsilon Honors Day Q33 , St. Louis College of Pharmacy lr. Ii. 11. ll. Ip. l:. IQ. lp. la. Ia.. Ip. lf. In. I.. 14. f Page 75 T 3 CLIVE F. DUNHAM ...... Minonk Y YQVCQQ4 MERLE MATTHENV EAKINS . Pittsburgh, Kan. Civil Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Chi Epsilon: A. S. C. E. Kansas State Teachcr's College JOHN C. EARL ....... . Erie Electrical Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau WENDELL LEE EAST ..... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Kappa Illinois Wesleyan University MARION F. ECKFELD . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . Athletic Coaching . Springfield College JAMES PETER Ecoxoivtos .... Chicago Commerce and Law Mask and Bauble' Pierrots' Freshman Varsity Foot- ball' Varsity Football Squad CIOC Production Staffs, The Butter and Egg Man' Wada "lhc Great Galtoto t'l'he Youngest ls Zat So ERNST OTTO EDELMANN . . Newark, N. J. Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Scabbard and Blade' Tau Nu Tau: Choral Society: Captain University Brigade ROBERT A. EDGERTON .... Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Univtrsity of Southern California HERBERT HARRISON Enwanos West Netvton, Ind. Athletic Coaching Delta Chl Freshman Varsity Btsketbtll Virsity Basketball Squad 3 . V r , s N ' l 1 uk K ur , 1: T , H ra' 'ti 1 1 . . , - K ' 1. 1 1 : Z v' K: 1 x 12. .45 X X .N AK .QX AX AK .sX AX .QS .sX .QX Page 7 6 HELEN C. EELLS ..... . Winslow Education Presbyterian Hall Carthage College Maman ELLEN EGGLESTON . , Slrgqlgy Education Phi Omega Pi Gold Feathersg W. A. A.: Apparatug. Q33 NATHAN NORMAN EGLIT , l Chicago Law Delta Fraternity Nu Beta Epsilon Crane College: Northwestem University MARY ANN EIDMAN . . , , , Belle-ville Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Torch: Junior Re resentative, Woman's Le . - Representative, womans League: Chairtiigtlsi Igiimliigei coming Decorations Committee C353 Womagfs Chairman Homecoming f4JQ Dance Supervision Committee Louis K. EILERS ..... . Gillespie Chemistry , Phi Lambda Upsilon Blackbutn College RUTH MARGUERITE En-:Haus . , , Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Pi Mu Epsilong Gold Feathers: Second Council, Y, W C. A. C37 ' Honors Day IRVING EtsENsTt-:IN . . . . Chicago Law Alpha Epsilon Pi Nu Beta Epsilon: Daily Illini Cr, al: Illio Cx, :lg First Regimental Band tx, 2, 31 Honors Day SIDNEY EVERETTE EKBLAXV . . . . Paxton Liberal Arts and Sciences Acacia Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Crescent: Phi Delta Gamma' Adelphic Literary Societyg Inter-Literary Council- Senior Manager, Star Course 4 I. ln.. 11. ll. Il.. Ip. Ii.. 11. lp. A Y RONALD OSCAR EKHOLM .... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Ilus Daily Illini Cab: Chorus, "Nada," "Listen Lester": Men's Glee Club Cz, 33 HERSCHEL G. A. ELARTH . . Omaha, Neb. Architectural Engineering EDYTHE ELLER ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences DOROTHY ANN ELLIOTT . . . Springfield Home Economics Delta Delta Delta 1 Shi-Ai: Gold Feathers: Junior Informal Committee NORTON BRADEN ELLIOTT . . . Chillicothe Civil Engineering Acacia Theta Tau: A. S. C. E.: A. S. M. E.: Illio C25 ' LEONARD B. ELLIS ...... Fairfield Foreign Commerce CLARENCE P. ENGELSMAN . . Wheaton Pre-Medic Omega Beta Pi Wheaton College ALVIN ENGELSTEIN .... ,. . Chicago Chemical Engineering Crane College 4.4.5 LIE Q7 l f Y EARLE HAYWOOD ENGLISH San Antonio, Tex. Education Delta Theta Epsilon Saint Mary's University Ava MARIE ENNIS ..... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Wesley Players Illinois State Normal University MILDRED LEIOH ENNS .... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Gold Feathers: French Club: Spanish Club: University Orchestra Cz, 33 Lindenwood College CLAUDE HUGH ENOCHS ........ East Shore Park, White Bear Lake, Minn. Journalism Delta Chi Dolphins: Freshman Varsity Tennis: Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Swimming Letter C35 University of Minnesota FORREST PALMER ERICKSON . . Princeton Floriculture Alpha Gamma Rho STEWART LORRAINE ER1csON . . . Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho University of Florida HORACE PROFFITT ERWIN . . Sparta, Tenn. Agriculture ,Farm House Tennessee Polytechnic Institute CHARLES ARTHUR EVERETT . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences First Lieutenant, University Brigade X - ll. la. fIA ll. lt.. IQ. li. IIA Il. la. li- ln. Ip. ln. 'ZA Page 77 Vivfqi REYNOLDS MELLVILLE EVERETT . . Genesco Law Zeta Psi Gamma Eta Gamma: Delta Sigma Rho Knox College RONALD EDWARD EVERITT .... Urbana Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Mask and Bauble RUTH CAROLYN EVERSMAN . Julesburg, Colo. Music Alpha Omicron Pi Choral Society: Woman's Glee Club Colorado Slate Teacher's College HENRY BERNHARD EWERT .... Chicago Industrial Administration Triangle JOSEPH ABRAHAM EWING . . . Champaign Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Agricultural Club: Agronomy Club: Cais- son Club: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade 133 WILLIALI MACVICAR EXLEY . . . . . . . . Santa Monica, Calil. Banking and Finance Alpha Chi Rho Daily Illini CID: Assistant Editor, Siren 13, 43: Intra- mural Manager Q23 DOROTHY ALICE EYMAN .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences MAS' TIIERESA FAGAN . . . . Randolph Education Achaea W. A. A.: Physikos Paidcia Illinois State Normal University 4.64 46, Page 78 HE CLASS if We IQZQ ALFRED THEODORE FAGERBURG . Bloomington Commerce and Law Theta Chi Phi Delta Phi: Illio fxj Illinois Wesleyan University MYRTLE E. FAHSDENDER .... Chicago General Business Kappa Delta Torch: Alpha Lambda Dell : G Al h '- ' Chi Ther9:,V0lley Ball 42. sal: Valle? lgzgllfiaili Daily Illlnl 12, 331 Woman's Editor, Enterpriser C331 Commerce Council 13, AJ ' JosEPII FAINGOLD . . . . . . Chicago Pharmacy HENRX' MATIIEW FALLON . . Sheldon, N, D, Athletic Coaching Varsity Football Squad C21 CECIL HODGSON FARNHAIKI . . Grand Ridge A gricult ure Alpha Zeta GEORGEA V. FARNAM . . . . Park Ridge ' Home Economics Northern Illinois State Teach:-r's College C. J. FARRELL .... Tuxedo Park, N. Y. Athletic Coaching Theta Kappa Phi Syssitia MII.DRED JOYCE FAULKNER . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences MARY FRANCES FAWCETT . . Kokomo, Ind. Education Beta Phi Alpha RUTH MARIE FEDDER . . . St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta Torch: Daily Illini CI, 25: Woman's Advertising Man- ager, Illio 133: Second Cabinet, Y, W. C. A. C333 Vice-President, Y. W. C. A. cp Gold Feathers: Gregorian Literary Society MICIIAEI. FELSIHIER .... . Chicago Dentistry Alpha Omega Honors Day fr, 2, 3, 43 Crane Junior College EDVVARD FERGUSON, JR ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hexapoecia: German Club Crane junior College ,IOIIN WILSON FERGUSON . . . . Winslow Agriculture Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn: Caisson Club: HY. M. C. A. Cabinet 141: First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q43 - PAUL HERLIAN FERGUSON . . Willow Hill Law Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Sigma Delta Kappa: Freshman Varsity Football: Editor, Illinois Law Review VICTOR EUGENE FERRALL . , . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Burlington Junior College HELEN LOUISE FICKER .... Staunton Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi ' Gregorian Literary Society: German Club University of Pittsburgh 'YPYPVYPY JOHN FRANKLIN FIERBAUGH . . La Grange Architectural Engineering MARvIN BAUER FIERKE .... . Elgin Civil Engineering Theta Nu Epsilon Chi Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: Mu-San: Tau Nu Tau: A. S. C. E.: Technograph Cz, 37: Captain, Uni- versity Brigade Honors Day FRANKLIN W. FIEISCH .... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta DOROTHY MAY FILIIEY ..., , Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Alpha Lambda D lt : I" D lt I'h': Ill'l L' , Society: Shi'Ai 0 3 I e a I IOH Iterary WALLACE TIIEODCRE FII.sON . . Champaign Law Delta Theta Phi Park College HELEN BEss FINCII ..... Champaign ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Delta Phi: Illinois Magazine 43, U Westlake Junior College MARGARET CAROLYN FINK . . Lake Zurich Floriculture Sigma Phi Beta Florticultural Club De Kalb Normal SAUL FINKELSTEIN ...... Chicago ' Electrical Engineering Crane Junior College: Lewis Institute Page 19 DOUGLAS F1NLAvsoN . . . . . . Cicero Mechanical Engineering Armour Institute: Morton Junior College MARGARET OLIVE FINNICUM . . Fenton Accountancy Alpha Delta Theta Phi Chi Theta Augustana College C. J, FIRKINS ....... Shabbona Education Northern Illinois State Teacherls College MARGUERITE SOPHIA FISCHER . Mount Olive Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Lindenwood College LELAND H. FISH ...... Woodstock Education Sigma Delta Rho CAIVIERON EUGENE FISHER Kansas City, Mo. Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: E. E. Society Kansas City Junior College DTXVID FISHER ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu ROBERT BRUCE FISHER . . . . Orangeville Liberal Arts and Sciences Chairman, Y. M. C. A. Reception Committee iz, 37: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Men's Glee Club C47 Page 80 . '1--5tI.'E'W'-- . , . r. .J X A . I Y. A .jp I jc . A I xi: JR, 5 ff' 'X t " ' f ' ' - ,kv . s i ff X go V -I K - - hail? 5 K I I 1? 'fift - 1 xl-- iv ' W ' ., fi ' Q' a F WE 'B 1 'F ' we . Y, 5 199 WESLEX' FRANCIS FISHER ..... Elgin Banking and Finance Delta Chi Beta Gamma Sigma: Ph' Et S' g F h ' Baseball: Varsity Basebahl Sguaiimpilj res man Vamty WILLIAM SWAIL FITZER . . . , Belvidere General Business Triangle Sophomore Cap Committee: Junior P C ' . Illinois Union Cabinet C35 mm ommmee' JOHN LEONARD FIx . . . . . Kenilworth General Business Phi Kappa Psi Skull and Crescent: Dolphins: Fresh V ' .- , ming: Varsity Swimming Squad iz, Ban army swim ARTHUR BERL FLEAK . . . Chicago Education Arkansas University CHARLES LOREN FLETCHER . . Urbana Accountancy FLO MAY FLETCHER ...... La Grange Education Delta Delta Delta GARLAND BICKLEY FLETCHER . . . Urbana General Business Illio Photographer 13, 41 GEORGE WILLIAM FLICK ..... Elgin Dentistry Psi Omega Student Council 125 University of Wisconsin . IL. lp- II. 11- la. li.. ln. I. if 4 F s r I 5 BESSIE BERTIIA FLIGHT . . . . Chicago Education Kappa Sigma Tau Kappa Delta Pi' Baseball C3 47' Hockey 145 Chicago Normal College' Crane Junior College: Uni- versity of Chicago . Home Economics Theta Upsilon W. A. A.' Home Economies Club: Lift Saving Club: Hockey iz 43: Basketball C333 Baseball Q33 Illinois Woman s College CORDILENE GUs'rAvA FLOWERS St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Alpha Sumner Teacher s College v 'Q rl 9 t t 5 5 s Y Y 7 5 5 t 5 ARLENE HARRIET FLINT . . . Bellejlower 9 b P ' ' P ' , I I 9 5 9 t 5 . 5 5 , t 5 I ANNE GAVIN FOLEY . . . . River Forest Education LOUISE ANNETTE Fono ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Oregon State Agricultural College WILLIAM DONALD Fonsvrr-r . . Mt. Vernon General Business Beta Theta Pi Sachem: Phi Eta Sigma: Skull and Crescent: Alpha Kappa Psi: Junior Baseball Manager: Dance Super- vision Committee WILLIS MORGAN Foss ..... Oak Park General Business Delta Sigma Tau Icarus ' EDNVIN, Bnsvoorzr FOSTER .... Urbana Architectural Engineering Sigma Tau: Scarab: Pi Delta Epsilon: Gargoyle: A. S. C. E.: Business Manager, Arch Year Book C431 Cap- tain, University Brigade C37 HE CLA EvELvN GAIL FOSTER .... . Alexis Home Economics Theta Upsilon Phi Upsilon Omicron Euw1N JOIINIFOSTER . . . . Toluca Pharmacy Kappa Psi GLENN W. Fosrnn ..... Champaign Architectural Engineering ISABELL FOSTER ...... Shelbyville Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Ward-Belmont MARY FRANCES FOSTER ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences XENIA AILEEN Fours . . . Omaha, Neb. Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Omaha EVERETT R. Fox ..... Wood Ri-ver Banking and Finance Delta Sigma Lambda JOSEPH F. FRAKER ..... Champaign General Business Phi Delta Theta IQZQ - 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1.. 1 Page 81 RUSSELL EARL FRANKEBERGER . . Urbana General Business ARMAND A. FREDA ..... Park Ridge General Business Phi Mu Delta Cavalry Officers' Club: First Lieutenant, University Brigade CARL HUBERT FREDERICK . . Silverdale, Wash. Industrial Administration Delta Sigma Pi Sigma Iota Epsilon: Tau Nu Tau: Captain, University Brigade 131 MARY ELIZABETH FREESE . . . Ogden ' Music Theta Upsilon Orpheus: Jamesonian Literary Society: Anonian Liter- ary Society: Woman's Cosmopolitan Club JOHN BERNARD FREESTROMI .... Chicago Athletic Coaching Kappa Zeta Rho Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 IRENE CAROLYN FRENCH . . Education Zeta Tau Alpha Kappa Delta Pi: Jamesonian Literary Society: Choral Society Chicago Normal College . . Chicago JOHN LAURENCE FRIEDL .... L Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Phi Eta Sigma: Skull and Cres- cent: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Editor, Illio 137: Inter- iraternity Council GENEv1EvE GERTRUDE FRISON . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa Stephens Junior College Page 82 HE CLASS 1929 YYYY ELLIER THOMAS FRITSCH . . . . Chicago Kappa Psi Pharmacy ALBERT MAURICE FROGGATT . . . Glen Ellyn Engineering Physics Phi Sigma Phi: Pi Mu Epsilon EMMETT GEORGE FRUIN . . , Gridlev Phi Pi Phi A gricul ture Al h Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma: P' D lt E 'I - Drilt:Sigma1 Hoof and Horn CiUbf1?lI5ll?gSSolilVi3:iiE2: Illinois Agriculturist 141: Chairman, Ag Dance 141: Live Stock Judging Team 147: Captain, Universmi Brigade 142 JEANETTE ETHEL FRY ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi BROOKS FULLER ....... La Grange ' General Business Lambda Chi Alpha C l Officers' Club: lllio 11, aj: It f ' Cgiiiidgg Lieutenant, University Brigade dye' ralermty BYRON H. FULLER .... West Frankfort Accountancy W1LLmM JOHN FULTON .... Sycamore Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta Tribe of Illini: Athletic Council: Y. M: C. A. Board of Directors: Varsity Gym Letter, Captain 13, 45 A NEDRrX FUNK ......... Maroa Liberal Arts and Sciences liurvka College IQ. la.. I:. ln. ll. Ir. Ip. l:. 11. I.. IL FRANK CLARENCE GABRIEL . . . Champaign Accountancy CHARLES DONNELLY GAMBLE . . Champaign Education Dclta Upsilon Ereshmasr Varsity Baseball: Varsity Basketball Squad 31 3, 4 LUCIA HARRIETT GARDNER . . . Springheld Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Monticello Seminary MURI. EUIN GARDNER . . . . Newton A griculture RAYINIOND JOSEPH GARDNER . . . Erie, Pa. Athletic Coaching HARRY RAYMOND GARING . . . Champaign Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta: A. S. C. E. Pennsylvania State College ROBERT CLAYTON GARRETSON . . . Wilmette Commerce and Law Theta Delta Chi Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta. Sigma: 4Alpha Alpha Alpha: Mask and Bauble: Pierrots: hditor, Enter- priser C41 FREDERICK KELTON GARTUNG . . Chicago Engineering - X Ilus AHS. M. E.: Technograph CU: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3 GEORGE HAMLIN GATES .... Tulsa, Okla. General Business Alpha Kappa Psi: Varsity Tennis Squad K0 Honors Day HAROLD LORAN GEIsERr . . . . Chicago ' Pre-Medic Kappa Delta Rho Lewis Institute HOXVARD WILLIAM GEISI' . . . Chicago Accountancy Delta Alpha Epsilon Accountancy Club RAYMOND EARL GERHOLD . . East St. Louis Architectural Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Scarab FRANK WILLIAM GERWIG . . . . Chicago Accountancy Lambda Chi Alpha Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Iota Epsilon: Chairman, Commerce Banquet Q43 NINA LUCILLE GIIENT ..... Carterville Liberal Arts and Sciences EDXVARD HORR GI-IOLSON . . , , Dixon Pharmacy Kappa Psi MAE MORRIS GIBBS ....... Palatine Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Wisconsin Page 83 W 6 IRENE W. GIm:Rs0N . . . . Alton Law Kappa Beta Pi Shurtleff College RUssEI.L CoLE GIBSON ....... Elgin Architectural Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Scabbard and Blade: Tau Nu Tau: A. S. C. E.: Sopho- more Football Manager: Captain, University Brigade SARA JEANNETTE GIBSON ..... Galena Liberal Arts and Sciences Gold Feathers JOHN MAcDoNALo GIEEORD . Highland Park Civil Engineering Phi Delta Theta Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Theta Tau: Chi Epsilon: A. S. C. E.: Freshman Varsity Gym Team: Varsity Gym Team C23 MILDRED LORETTA GILCHRIST . . . Atlanta Home Economics Kappa Delta Illinois Wesleyan University DoI.oREs JANE GILLEN ...... Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha Anonian Literary Society: Sigma Delta Phi: Gregorian Literary Society' Choral Society: Chairman, Make-up Committee, Mash and Bauble Webster College MAURICE FRANCIS GILMAN . ,. . Fisher Accountancy Theta Kappa Nu JOSEPIIINE MARIE GILMORE . . Gibson City Education ' D'uly Illini U3 QX .px AX ..sX .QS .sS AQX AX .sX - Page 84 MYRON TURNER GILMORE . . . . Rockford General Business CECILE GRAY GILROY . . . , , , Wilmgttg Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Pi Delta Phi: Illiola Literary Soc' t 3 Sh'.A" H tr KID! GDPHYFNUS UD: Chairman, Iioyinecorhinh Fixing Committee 4331 Chairman, Homecoming Registration gIo'rrtmittet2:K4l1Efbphoriikorelglritillion Committee: Junior norma ommt ee: - ' C ' - ' - Council, Y. w. C. A. cfnibe me cum in ' Fmt CHRISTIAN ALEXANDER GIMRE . . . . . . . . . Marshalltown, Iowa General Business Delta Upsilon FRANKLIN FoRREs'r GINGRICH . , Princeville A griculture Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Education Club: Illinois Agriculturist MARTIN CHARLES GINIE ..... Savanna Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Var- sity Baseball Squad Cz, 33 SARAII GINSBERG ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Cosmopolitan Club University of Chicago NORMAN A. GLANTZ. . . . . .Chicago General Business Phi Kappa Tau Band of X: President, Student Council 143: Pregidentv Illinois Union 313: General Chairman. ,Homecoming 433: Chairman, omecommg Accommodations Commit. tee 123: Freshman Frolic ommittee:' Sophomore Co. tillion Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Chairman, Dad's Day Accommodations Committee C235 Chairman, Junior Cap Committee: Chairman, Celebrations Depart. ment, Illinois Union Cabinet C332 Captain, University Brigade C33: Production Staff, 'tThe Great GaIeoto,' "The Butter and Egg Man": Commerce Council Q43 Rufus C. GLASS ..... Kokomo, Ind. Athletic Coaching Tau Kappa Epsilon Delta Theta Epsilon: Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Squad iz, 3, 43: Varsity Track Squad 13, 43 - S A4444 MARY MARGARET GLENN .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta JONATHAN HUREE GLIDDEN .... Kewanee Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi MILDRE' E. GLODKOWSKIS .... Westville Liberal Arts and Sciences WILBERT Glass WILSON GLOS . . Oak Park Pre-Legal Theta Delta Chi Alpha Alpha Alpha: Skull and Crescent: Chairman, Junior Prom Committee: Chairman, Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee: Class President C45 NELL1E AGNES GLoss .... . Chicagv Education Beta Phi Alpha Crane junior College MARIAN PARKER GOAR . . . Frankfort, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Oberlin College ELWOOD D. GODMAN ...... C liica.S'0 Liberal Arts and Sciences Psi Upsilon RAYINIOND HENRY GOEEEL . . Evansville, Ind. Industrial Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon Daily Illini Czj Q3 EDMUND GOEDDE, JR. .... East St. Louis General Business Phi Kappa Tau RAPHEAL A. GOETZMAN . . . Shawneetown ' Pharmacy Kappa Psi KARMA ELLEN GOLDEN . . . . Champaign Journalism Sigma Kappa Torch: Theta Sigma Phi: Illiola Literary Society: Gold Feathers: Daily Illini Cx, z, 33 MARJORIE MAYDEL GOLDEN . . , Flora Music Sigma Alpha Iota Mu Kappa. Alpha: Woman's Glee Club Cr, 2, 3, 43: Choral-Society CI, 3,l4D: Anonian Literary Society: Gregorian Literary Society: Cast, "Martha" Honors Day PAUL GOLDIKIAN .... . Chicago Law GEORGE J. GOLDSTEIN . . . . . . Chicago Accountancy Tau Epsilon Phi Circulation Manager, Enterpriser C21 MARY GOLDSTEIN ...... Atlanta, Ga. Education Sigma Delta Tau University of Georgia: University of Alabama FRANK JOSEPH GOLLINGS ..... Decatur Commerce and Law Phi Kappa Pi Delta Epsilon: Illio tr, 21: Siren Cz, 35 Esbsbxbabsbxbek Page 85 WARREN CHO CONC .... Canton, China Liberal Arts and Sciences Chinese Student's Association Aurora College: De Paul University FLORENCE HELENE GOODFELLOXV . . . Kane Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois Womanls College ALICE MARIE GOODMANN . . Champaign Commerce Sigma Phi Beta Phi Chi Theta: Jamesonian Literary Society: Accoun- tancy Club: Life Saving Club: W. A. A.: Commerce Council 149: Commercia U, 23 RACHEL FLORENCE GOOLD .... Fairbury Liberal Arts and Sciences Carroll College GRANT GORE ....... Lawrenceville General Business Sigma Phi Sigma Alpha Kappa Psi: Sophomore Football Manager: Inter- fraternity Council C3. 43 LAWRENCE A. GOSLIN . . . . . Streator Pharmacy Kappa Psi HOWARD E. P. GOTSCH . . . . Oak Park Floricultnre Alpha Lambda Tau Pi Alpha Xi: Floricultural Club: Botany Club: Caisson Club: Assistant Editor, Florograph 143: First Lieu- tenant, University Briirade Iowa State College CHARLES ARNOLD GOUTEVENIER . . Oak Park Engineering Phi Alpha Lambda Crane Junior College AAKGAAAAA Page 86 CLA we 1929 YYYY JOSEPH JEAN GRANT ..... River Forest Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Delta EU! KHPD3 NUI Pi Tau Pi Sigma: First Lieutenant, University Brigade University of Chicago IsMA IRENE GRAVELOT . . . Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Beta Choral Society: El Cl"Cul0 ESDHHOIQ Gold Feathers MARGARET EDNA GRAVES .... Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Iliggllzljlilageliill Woman's Glee Club: Choral So. ROBERT KEITH GRAYBILL , , , Public Utilities . . Decatur JEANETTE GERTRUDE GREELEV , W Liberal Arts and Sciences aterman MARTIN L, GREEN .... ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi Pi Delta Phi - - - Urbana ROYNER CARL GREENE .... Renova, Pa. Athletic Coaching - Pi Kappa Alpha Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsigy Basketball Letter OJ: Varsity Basketball Squad Q3 45. Freshman Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squaa 43' 3. 4 ' PAUL MONTGOLIERY GREENWELL . , Canyon Pre-Legal Ilus Phi Alpha Delta: Alpha Alpha Alpha Honors Day fr, 31 A WILLIAM BENJAMIN GREENWOOD . Du Quoin Mechanical Engineering Theta Alpha A. S. M. E. ELIZABETH ADELINE GREGORY . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta Jamesonian Literary Society: French Club: Spanish Club: Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: Daily Illini C13 HELEN JANE GREGORY . . . East St. Louis Education Alpha Phi Sigma Delta Phi: Daubers: Apparatus C33: Soccer C43 Stephens College FRANCES MARY GRENLEY . Steubenville, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega CHARLES ANDREW GRENNAN .... Sterling Civil Engineering Tau Nu Tau: A. S. C. E.: First Lieutenant, University Brigade JOHN SHELDON GRIER ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega Skull and Crescent: Pierrots: Mask and Bauble: Pi Epsilon Delta: General Manager, "Is Zat So": Business Manager, "Nada": Cast, "The Romantic Young Lady" MRS. HELEN GASTON GRIFFIN . . Champaign Home Economics JOANNA BERNICE GROCHOWSKI . . . Chicago Music I Beta Phi Alpha Orpheus: Jamesonian Literary Societzy: Anonian Liter- ary Society: Woman's Cosmopolitan lub DONALD RAYMOND GROFF . . . Barrington Electrical Engineering Sigma Delta Rho Sigma Phi Delta: Phalanx: Tau Nu Tau: E. E. So- ciety: Captain, University Brigade C43 HAROLD BERNARD GROH ..... Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappa ' Sachem: Skull and Crescent: Tu-Mas: Tribe of Illini: Dolphins: Freshman Varsity Water Polo: Varsity Water Polo Letter Cz, 3, 43: Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Swimming Letter Cz, 3, 43: Captain C3, 433 Western Conference Diving Champion C23: Western Conference Polo Selection C23: American Olympic Try- puts C33: National Collegiate Diving Championship 2 Honors Day FRANCES W. GROTH ...... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Daily Illini C33: Pan-Hellenic Council C43 joilet Junior College PEARL IRENE GROTTS ...... Carthage Education W. A, A.: Hockey Cz3: Soccer C33: Vnlley Ball C333 Bowling C33: Apparatus C33: Baseball C33 ALISIA EVELYN GROVE . . . Mount Carroll Home Economics Chi Omega Frances Shimer School CHESTER. A. GROVES . . . Quincy Law Phi Delta Theta Phi Alpha Delta Knox College FLORENCE KATHERINE GRUNDIN . . Chicago Education Zeta Tau Alpha Kappa Delta Pi: Athenian Literary Society: Jamesonian Literary Society: Woman's Glee Club C3, 43: Choral Society Cs, 43 ' Chicago Normal College MARY DARLENE GUBBINS .... Wyoming Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha Alpha Kappa Delta College of Saint Teresa Page 87 ll 5 I 7 JosEPH CARL GUMULAUSKAS . . Chicago 5 Pharmacy 5 Illini Pharmacist C35 5 5 5 5 5 ANNE LIDDELL GUNN .... . Chicago 5 Education I Chi Omega Chicago Normal College RUTH ELIZABETH GUSTAFSON . . . Virginia Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Society University of Colorado J'osEPH ALBERTUS GUYER . . . Chicago Engineering 5 GWENDOLYN LOUISE Gw1N .... Farina Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega N Ward Belmont 'I 'v 'I HERBERT K. HACKBARTII .... Palatine Engineering Physics Kappa Delta Rho lgtgnaging Editor, Illi0 14,2 Staff Photographer, Illio ARVEL FREDERICK HACKE .... Carlinville Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Alpha Lambda Blackburn College JESSE EUGENE HADDON . . Dana, Ind. General Business P1 Kappa Alpha Illini Chamber of Commerce Sophomore Interscholastic Manager EzA'- ' ' 31 5 . 5 , , 5 5 5 5 5 5 -. 5 .Q Page 88 A HE CL A DAVID WILLIAM GEORGE HAERING . . Chicago Pharmacy Illini Pharmacist Ca, 3, 43 ESTELLE Louisa: HAGNAUER . .N . Highland Home Economics Lambda Omega g1gbUDSil0n Omicron: Gold Feathersg Home Economics JACOB FRANCIS HAHN . , , t Daneman Pre-Medic Blackburn College DOROTHY HALL ..., , , I I Sullivan Music Mu Kappa Al ha: U ' 'Q Woman's Glee Elub Ca,n5em y orchestra 0' 3' 455 Kansas State College EDVIN HADLEY HALL . . Cedar Rapids, Iowa Floriculture Theta Chi Alpha Zeta: Pi Alpha Xi: Sophomore Football Manager Iowa State College SARAH ELIZABETH HALL . Fort Worth, Texas Education Alpha Delta Pi ggckzgil Basketball CD: VHTSNY Baseball 4333 Texas Woman's College: Southern Methodist University IRMA INGRID HALLEN ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Theta French Club: Daily Illini Ca, 33 Honors Day Crane Junior College ALBERT EDWARD HALLETT .... Oak Park Commerce and Law Beta Psi Delta Sigma Rho: Phi Delta Gamma: Kappa Phi Stgmag Illini Chamber of Commerce: Caisson Club' Accountancy Club: Inter-Literary Council: First Lien: tenant, University Brigade: Varsity Debate 12, 33 YYY REBECCA MARTHA HALSEY . . Joliet Education Phi Omega Pi Joliet Junior College DOROTHY ALICE HAMBRIGHT . . Decatur Education DONALD WILLIAM HAMILTON . . Lyndon Agriculture Agricultural Club' Horticulture Club JOHN KING HAMILTON ..... Lombard Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho ROGER EMORY I-IAMMAKER . . . . . . . . . Youngstown, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Crescent: Illio Cr, 153 Chair- man, Homecoming Alumni Reunion cn MAxINE DOROTHY HAMMERSCHMIDT . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elmhurst Liberal Arts and Sciences W. A. A.: Gold Feathers: Gregorian Literary Society: Soccer C33 ZELO ESTELENE HAMPTON .... Abingdon Liberal Arts and Sciences Aeolia University of Iowa FLORENCE MARJORIE HAND . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences' Delta Gamma Gold Feathersg Daily Illini C32 HARRY ALBERT HANDLER . . . Chicago Architectural Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi A. S. C. E. Armour Institute of Technology CHARLES ALBERT HANDLEY . . . Music Concert Band KI, 2, 3, 475 University Director, junior Orchestra DOROTHY ANN HANKINS . . Education Southern Illinois State Teacherls College EDGAR MAXWELL HANNA . . . General Business Augustana College CHESTER WILDERT HANNUM . Chemistry CLARENCE WYLAND HANSEN . Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta Student Council 132: Class President Q4 Augustana College THORKILD NORDRY HANSEN . . Pharmacy HARRY WALTER HANSON General Business Delta Sigma Phi Illini Chamber of Commerce , JR. . 1. l:. lp. li. lf. I I: In I lp a JOIIN LESTER HANSON . . . Rib Lake, Wis. Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon: Cavalry Officers' Club: Captain, University Brigade DOROTHY RUTH HARDEMAN . St. Louis, Mo. Education Delta Delta Delta Kappa Delta Pi: Enterpriser 13, 41: Hockey 131 Honors Day RONALD GEORGE HARDY . . . . . Streator Ceramic Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon Kcramos: Tau Nu Tau: Scabbard and Blade: S, B. A. C. S.: Captain, University Brigade 141 LEON S. HARLAN ....... Charleston Architectural Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: A. S. C. E.: Architectural Society Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College MYRA HELEN HARMS . . . . . Cicero Journalism Theta Sigma Phi: Le Cerclc Francais: Daily Illini 131: Soccer 131 Morton Junior College GORDON KEITH HARPER . . . La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Pi Epsilon Delta: Phi Delta Gamma: Mask and Bauble: Pierrots: Chairman, Homecoming Mass Meeting 141: Block "I" Varsity Cheerleader 141: Freshman Varsity Tumbling: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Squad 13, 41: General Manager, "Uncle TOm's Cabin": Chairman, Pierrots Popularity Contest 131: Cast. "Twelfth Night," "The Romantic Young Lady," "The Prince of Pilsen," "The Butter and Egg Man," PE gat So": Production Staff, "The Great aleotO," ' a a Beloit College SCOTT NATIIANIEL HARPER .... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Alpha University of Iowa BERNICE LORAIN HARRIS ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma Pan-Hellenic Council 131: May Fete 11, 31: Daily Illini 111 A5444 Page 90 MILTON HARRIS .... Stambaugh, Mich, Pharmacy HELEN MARJORIE HARRISON . , , Prince-ville Home Economics Beta Sigma Omicron Wesley Players' Gold Feathers' Home Economics - - ' . v , Club: mE?1?'ig1ra:E'l2g'3"Y SOCICF-Yi .lamesonran Literary Society: Knox College PEARLE HARSIIBARGER . ,,,' ' Atwood Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Oxford College for Women WILLIS HENRY HARSZY .... . Belleville Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu FRANCES KLOR HARTMAN . , , I Loami Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Society Shurtlefi' College HAROLD H. HARTUNG .... . Chicago Journalism Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Delta Ch': Dolph'n : ' P . Business Managdr. Dad'sl Daygvl!'li3grari10T3S0TiPmee: z1:Fh'V is' - -'.10fI- Squad rgjman arsly mmmrng, Val-my Swimming WILLISVEADS HASELWOOIJ . . . Edina, M0 Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Phi - Synton: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Scabbard and Bl - . and Bauble: E. E. Society: Institute of iigtgiohiliijiilt grneers: A. I. E. E.: Signal Corps Officers' Club. Pr duction Staff, "Is Zat So" "The YoungegtH'rtTl?g Great Galcoto," "Nada," Post Exam Jubilee' Home- C0mlhqgShUl'laSh0WQ Engineer's Dance Committee- Mili tary a 'ommittee: Engincerin COun'- ' ' Q University Brigade K cn' Major' ELLIOT ELY HASAN ....... Chicago Athletic Coaching Freshman Vars't F th ll: F h V ' ggllgd Igrtgshmaiay Vaorgitye Bas:ifali?anValZii3y Flmlggai 4 Northwestern University ' ' YS gs X" X' Q K yn xv S" 5' yw xx' XS' XS' XS' QS' yt' gs yu yu yv vw xy' xyv ' v v' v' v' ra' xv v' X I pt ? 'I Education Zeta Tau Alpha Gold Feathers- Anonian Literary Society ALICE MERYLE HAUSLER ..... Chicago Home Economics Theta Upsilon Oberlin College MAxINE BROWNLOW HAWKINS . . Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Beta Gregorian Literary Society HOWARD ALVIN HAWLEY .... .Greenville Public Utilities Kappa Zeta Rho Adelphic Literary Society JDIIN LEROY HAYES . . . . . . . Lena Mechanical Engineering A 4 A I ' Va. ik I VIRGINIA HAUG. . . . . . . .Dinernon . Mt . . V S' WILINIA IRENE HAZEL .... . Centralia Music Orpheus: Jamesonian Literary Society Illinois Woman's College: McKendree College HAZEL CORINNE HEARTT . . Downers Grove Education Alpha Gamma Delta De Pauw University IRVING HECHT ......... Chicago Dentistry Alpha Omega: Student Council Cz, 41 Medill School of Commerce and Administration: Crane Junior College Egyx A A Ax .A .tx .A -.s. As Ax .ax .xx .ax .xx .QQ 43 Q7 GRACE CECELIA HEIDEMAN . . . Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi EDITH RosE HEIER .... St. Louis, M o. ' Education Alpha Phi Anonian Literary Society: Tadpoles: W. A. A.: Basket- ba.ll'C3b: Swimming t3j: 1lli0 fill! Y. W. C. A. Com- mission DANIEL EDWARD HEIMAN .... Mendota Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Phi Mask and Bauble' Synton' E. E. Society' Techno- graph 435' Production Staff "Twelfth Night The R Young Lady " "The Great Galeoto" "Is Zat o ERNEST WILLIAM HEIMERDLNGER . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences lp. 0. 0. 0. 0. A. 0. 0. ll. I1 P5 UZ gf .. Q ' es 2 W ra as S' - I 'ca ' ' 'U FZ lj - ET . E . - so - w l i' - 5 E Z 'U D' D 2 'D D. . - N '.. 2 , U : D' . fi , .A As. as .ax .ax x .ax A .A .A .A .A .Q. A. F REDERIC WAI.TER HEINEMAN . . Chicago . Law Alpha Delta Phi Interfraternity Council 441' Junior Interscholastic Man- ager' Concert Band CI 2 35 Honors Day CLARENCE S. HEMMING .... . . Elgin General Business ALICE HENDERSON ....... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma KATHRYN ELIZABETH HENDRICKS . . Harvard Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha Eta Sigma Phi' French Club Rockford College ll. li. 11. ll lz. la. Ia. 11. ll. lf.. Ia. 11- la. I . lp. 4 4 4 4 4 V54 Page 91 YYY? FRANCES E. W. A. HENNE . . . Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Mortar Board: Torch: Illiola Literary Society: First Council, Woman's League: Gold Feathers: junior As- sistant, Daily Illini fill Illio UD: Copy lzditor, Illi- nois Magazine C45 Honors Day REED G. HENNINGER .... . Rushville Pharmacy Editor, Illini Pharmacist C259 Class President C45 Wu.L1AM FOLEY HENRY . . . Paris Chemistry Phi Lambda Upsilon JEROME ALBERT HERPES .... LaGrange General Business Chi Phi Skull and Crescent: Sophomore Football .Manager ALBERT LLEWELLYN HERMAN . . . Antioch Commerce and Law Phi Alpha Dclta ISHMAEL C1cERo HERMAN .... Westville Accountancy and Banking Beta Nu Kappa: First Lieutenant, University Brigade RUTH MARY HERR ....... C hicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern University MARJORIE ELIZABETH HERRIN . . Villa Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu AA Page 92 ELMER JOHN HERRINGER ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Mu-San: A. S. C. E.: Freshman Varsity Swimming Crane Junior College RALPH INovAR HERUD. , , , . C hicago General Business Pan Xenia THEODORE C. HESMER . Marshalltown Education Delta Tau Delta Sachem: Tribe of Illin': F h - - , Varsity Wrestling Lettei' 11,255 ,mqgigimpgiixrsktzfy Wresumg' , Iowa LAURA CORINNE HESTER . . Scottsburg, Ind, Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Gold Feathers: Hockey C23 HowARo Coox HEYN . Albuquerque, N, Mex' Journalism Daily Illini Kr, 11 Honors Day C33 ROBERT ZACHARIAH HICKMAN , . Benton Law Phi Delta Theta Ph' D lt Ph': M -Wan-Da: Ph' B t K . . Sigina? sieabbisra :nd B 1 ' e A am' PP' Eta lade Skull d C dent Council: Military Ball Committaere t3,risf:NE5l0?5 University Brigade CAD ' WALTER HICKMAN ...... Champaign Foreign Commerce Delta Sigma Pi Pan Xenia SAMUEL BAXTER Hrcrcs . . McLeansbora Law Delta Theta Pi Phalanx: Captain, University Brigade YET? ARTHUR GREVE HIERDNYMUS . . Beardstown Accountancy AUDREE HILL ......... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Mask and Bauble: Siren CII: Cast, "Is Zat So" FLOYD HILL ........ East Alton Foreign Commerce Pan Xenia PRINCESS ENOLA HILL ...... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Woman's Cosmopolitan Club HERSCHEL DAVID HILL .... . . . Ursa Architectural Engineering Architectural Society: A. S. C. E. JOHN KENNETH HILLEMEIER . . Champaign Education Scabbard and Blade: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: versity Brigade JUSTIN DwIcH'r HILLYER . . . Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.: Mu-San: Chi Epsilon Honors Day C33 EMIL R. HIRSCH ...... Tripp, S. D. Pharmacy ' Kappa Psi Chicago Editor, Illio C41 South Dakota State College 16496454 ANNE ELIZABETH HIRST ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Shi-Ai: Gold Feathers: Woman's Business Manager, lllio C35 LILLIAN ADELINE HITCH . . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Phi: Pi Delta Phi: Le Cercle Francais: Wesley Players: Daily Illini 133: Cast, "La Gram- millfc Honors Day EDWARD GILBERT HI'rcHcocK . . . Watseka Commerce and Law Anubis Phi Alpha Delta: Scabbard and Blade: Adelphic Liter- ary Society: Infantry Officers' Club: Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade C413 Varsity Debating Team 131 KARL KING HoAcLAND . . . Shelbyville Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon EDITH FRANCES HOAR ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gold Feathers: Le Cercle Francais: El Circulo Espanol: Daily Illini 133 FRANCYNE NORENE HOBAN . . . Chicago Education Theta Phi Alpha Daily Illini cgi CECIL C. Hoans ....... Gary, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Scabbard and Blade: Tau Nu Tau: Captain, University Brigade Honors Day 133 GEORGE LEONARD HOCKENYOS . . Springfield Floriculture Alpha Zeta: Pi Alpha Xi 1. la. lp.. li. lf. lp. Ip. lz. I.. In Page 93 YQYSVQQC Gr.AnYs LUCILLE HODAM ..... Ludlow Home Economics CHARLES ARTHUR HODGE .... Peekskill Athletic Coaching Sigma Delta Sigma: Delta Theta Epsilon New York University ANNE MCKINNEY HODGSON .... M inonk Liberal Arts and Sciences Washington University ALVIN WILLIAM HOEER .... Cissna Park A griculture Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma: Agricultural Club: Agron- omy Clubg Agriculturist iz, 3, 43 LOUISE WILHELMENE HOFEERBERT . . Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi: Gregorian Literary Society: German Club: Gold Feathers CHARLOTTE JUNE HOFFMAN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Pi Crane Junior College t HARRY BERNARD HOFFMAN . . Mackinaw Law Phi Gamma Delta Phi Delta Phi: University Glee Club Accompanist C31 Knox College Ross BARNUM HOFFMAN ..... Chicago Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Phi Synton: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Interfraternity Council Page 94 HE CLA IQZQ VALENTINA CATHERINE HOFSOMMER . Bfeege Liberal Arts and Sciences Linnean Botany Society: German Club SAMUEL JOHN HOLAPPA . . Embarrass, Minn Dentistry Crane Junior College NEDRA HOLLIS . Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa Rockford College '-----..Clinton STANLEY HOWARD HOLMES . . . , Chigg go Industrial Administration Sigma Pi WALTER EDXVIN HOLMES ..... Chicago Landscape Architecture Ilus Mask and Bauble ALICE ELNORA HOLT .... , n pam Education Physikos Paideia: W. A. A.: Choral Society MADELEINE HOLT ..... Paducah, Ky, Liberal Arts and Sciences PHILIP FORBES HoLToN . . . Anderson, Ind, General Business Beta Theta Pi De Pauw University GEORGE Louis HOMER ..... Hinsdale Railway Administration Chi Phi Scabbard and Blade: Cavalry Ofticersl'Club: Freshman Varsity Track: Captain, University Brigade JOHN GUsrAvUs HoNENs . '. . Sterling Education Sigma Mu Sigma Men's Glee Club: Choral Society Cornell College: American Conservatory of Music FLORENCE MARY Hoon . . . . Cicero Journalism Delta Zeta Torch: Associate Woman's Editor, Daily Illini. 645: W. A. A.: Jamesonian Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council Qzj: Gold Feathers: May Fete Josrsrn CAMERON HOOPER . . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi News Editor, Illini Pharmacist K0 FREDERIC WILBUR HORNBERGER . . Elmhurst Electrical Engineering E. E. Society: Concert Band 63, 43: Men's Glee Club: University Orchestra 13, 43 LEs'rER S. HORNBUCKLE ..... Granite Liberal Arts and Sciences St. Louis University BEATRICE CAROLYN HoRNEMAN . . Danville Landscape Architecture Alpha Alpha Gamma: Landscape Club: W. A. A. Honors Day MORRIS VICTOR HORNER . . . Chicago Pharmacy HELEN GERTRUDE HORRIGAN .... Chicago Education W. A. A.: Jamesonian Literary Society: Woman's Glee Club: Volley Ball 439: Daily Illini C33 Saint Mary's College EDWARD KENNETH Hor'rENs'rE1N . Luzerne, Pa Education Freshman Varsity Wrestling JULIAN HOUSE . ...... . Casey Education Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College RAYMOND WALTER Housn ..... Salem General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Sophomore Baseball Manager: Junior Prom Committee GARNETTE Hours ..... Westfield, N. J. . Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha ' Gamma Alpha Chi: Home Economics Club: Athenian Literary Society: Daily Illini 12, 35 EDGAR ALAN HOWARD ..... Wilmette Banking and Finance Chi Tau Interfraternity Council KENNETH JACKSON HOWARD . . Chicago Engineering Delta Sigma Tau Tau gieta Pi: Phi Alpha Lambda: Men's Glee Club 3. 4 Honors Day Crane Junior College BEN WILSON Howx . . . . Tuscola Chemistry Page 95 DOROTHY HUBBARD . . . . . .Harrisburg Home Economics Lambda Omega EBER J. HUBBARD, JR. . . . Berwyn Law Alpha Chi Rho Pre-Legal Club: Cheer Leader Cab: First Lieutenant, University Brigade LINUS OTTo HUBBARD ...... Urbana Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau: Eta Kappa Nu: E. E. Society DAvm MCCOLL HUDSON . . . Sunbury, Pa. Pre-Legal Alpha Tau'Omega Phi Eta Sigma: Pierrots: Interscholastic Circus Cal: Major, University Brigade CHARLES RUSSEL HUEGELY . . . Nashville Banking and Finance Pan Xenia: Daily Illini Cab: Commerce Council C41 EARL MULFORD HUGHES .... Woodstock A griculture Farm House Alpha Zeta: Icarus: Adellahic Literary Society: Agri- cultural Club: Dairy Clu Q Illinois Agriculturist Ka, ij: Captain, University Brigade: Intra-Mural Debate 3 Honors Day ' RICHARD NORRIS HUGHES . Indianapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Alpha FRED C. HUGUET .... . . Washington Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu Page 96 HE CLA Al9'2.Q ZoLA LBONA HULICK .... East St. Louis Pre-Medic ETH!-IL J UAL HULL ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Shi-Ai: Illiola Litera S061 - Committee: Junior Prloym Coifinsiitteiophomore Informal MaLv1N BYNG HUNT ..,, , Lake Fans, Architectural Engineering Acacia Architectural Society: University Band gg, 35 Princeton University: Armour Institute oi' Technology FRANCIS DANIEL HURLEY . . Milwaukee, Wig Architectural Engineering Gargoyle Jesse RAYMOND HURLEY . . , , pecatonim Liberal Arts and Sciences Knox College MARTHA ELIZABETH HURSH . . . Deland Education Theta Upsilon Illinois Woman's College CHARLES SUDDUTH HURT .... Springjield Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Delta Sigma Rho: Phi Delta Gamma Harvard University RUTH HENRH-:'r'rA HUSBAND . . , A-va Education Theta Upsilon Southern Illinois State Teacher's College ALFRED DWIGHT HUSTON . . . . Cropsey Education Delta Alpha Epsilon Phalanx: Phi Delta Gamma' Delta Sigma Rho: Adel- phic Literary Society: Freshman Varsity.Basketball3 Freshman Varsity Baseball: Major, University Brigade: Varsity Debate Squad Q3, 45 HAROLD EMERSON HUTCIIINGS . . Ejiingham Journalism Phi Pi Phi Sigma Delta Chi: Scabbard and Blade: Junior News Editor, Daily Illini 135: Captain, University Brigade 4 PRISCILLA MAE HUTCHINSON . . . Urbana Home Economics RICHARD A. HYATT . . . Moorestown, N. J. Floriculture Kappa Sigma Scabbard and Blade P EDWARD JOHN HYNDS .... . Morris General Business Phi Kappa MILTON JOSEPH INGEMAN . . . Chicago Floriculture Delta Sigma Tau Floricultural Club: Cavalry Officers' Club: Captain, University Brigade C45 TIMOTHY B. INGWERSON .... Flossmoor Chemistry Psi Upsilon LOUIS L IRWIN Plymouth Law Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Alpha Delta S. .A Ax Ax Ax Ax .A Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax A4 11. 11. lf. 11- 0- If- le. 11. A. 11. I.. 11. 11. 1.. A , , l I l ALBERT H. ISENBERG ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau Tribe oi Illini: Freshman Varsity Water Polo: Varsity Water Polo Letter 13, 45 I HELEN WOODS JACKSON ..... Eureka Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Delta: Gold Feathers DAVID DOYLE JACOBS ..... Champaign Commerce and Law Delta Phi Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Nu Kappa: Beta Alpha Psi: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Illio Cr, 25: Commerce Council Honors Day tr, z, 35 ROBERT LYNN JACOBS ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Alpha Sachem: Kappa Tau Alpha: I t f t 'L C '1 635: Y. MAC. A. Cabinet 645: Illglyialaixi lil, Rugs.: Editor, Illini Weekly 145: Editor, "I" Book C45 EARL, GRANT JACOBSON . . . . Chicago Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta LOUIS JACOBSON ..... . Chicago Dentistry University Fellowship Club Alpha Omega: Student Council C45 Crane Junior College MARION CRAMPTON JAHN . . . Taylor Ridge Banking and Finance Beta Nu Kappa LORING P. JARMAN ...... Elmwood Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. Page 97 PAULINE JARMAN ....... Elmwood Liberal Arts and Sciences JOIIN DANIEL JARVIS ..... Champaign Architectural Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Gargoyle: Theta Tau: A. S. C. E.: Architectural Society South Dakota School of Mines JOIIN JOSEPII JAVA, JR. . . Mineville, N, Y. Athletic Coaching Plattsburg State Normal SAM GEORGE JENKINS . . . . Shelbyville Law Phi Gamma Delta Phi Delta Phi: Freshman Varsity Tennis: University Band 1I. 25 WALTER DALE JENKINS ..... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: Theta Tau: A. S. M. E. ALBERT E. JENNER, JR. . . . Chicago Law Alpha Chi Rho Phi Delta Phi: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Alpha Delta Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Inter- fraternity Council: Associate Business Manager, Daily Illini 145: Chairman, Senior Jacket Committee 143: Chairman, Block "I" Committee 133 MARY ELIZABETH JENS ..... Wheaton Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Torch: Theta Sigma Phi: Athenian Literary Society: Hockey 113: Baseball 113: Daily Illini 1I, 2, 39: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 131 VERNON PETER JENSEN ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Chi Tau Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Chi Epsilon: A. S. C. E. AAKGAAKAAAQ Page 98 ELOISE T. JEssI-:N . . . , , , , Urbana Home Economics Sigma Phi Beta Home Economics Club: Life Saving Corps: Illini Grange Southem Illinois State Teacher's College GRACE L. JETER ..... . Big Rock Education Kappa Delta Pi: Track 131: Minor I. A. 131 Illinois State Normal University LESTER WAYNE JEWELL . . . Clinton, Ind, Commerce Illini Chamber of Comm 3 P' D - . - Illini 117: I-lnterpriser 133mg I elm Epsilon' Dany MARIAN ISABEL J EWELL .... Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Gregorian Literary Society: Gold Feathers: Daily Illini 3 ANNA ALIDA JOHNSON .... Crystal Lake Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon Ph' B ta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delt : I t S' -. Jarhesgnian Literary Society: Y. W. C? A.0CalabillleTa1g! Y. W. C. A. Commission 13, 45 ' Honors Day 1I, 2, 33 ALFRED C. JOHNSON ...... , Gene-ua Architectural Engineering A. S. C. E. CARL HJALMER JOHNSON .... Kewanee Architectural Engineering Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 CLARIS EUGENE JOHNSON . . . Alexis Agriculture Farm House Icarus: Farm Mechanics Club: First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 14J 1 L 3 xx Y DAVID Voss JOHNSON . . . Memphis, Tenn. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu Scabbard and Blade: Captain, University Brigade C45 EDWARD RUSSELL JOHNSON' . . . Chicago Accountancy Phi Mu Delta Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha KHDDH Psi: Beta Alpha Psi: Beta Nu.Kappa: Illini Chamber of Commerce: Commerce Council 143 GORDON E. JOHNSON . . . . . Paxton Pharmacy Kappa Psi HERBERT EDWARD JOHNSON . . . Rockford General Business Chi Beta IRVIN HARRY JOHNSON . . . . . Paxton Pre-Medic LONA OLETIIA JOHNSON .... Martinsville Home Economics Beta Phi Alpha Illini Grange: Home Economics Club LORETTE JOHNSON ....... Moline Home Economics Augustana College MARGARET HEDVIG JOHNSON Galva Education Lincoln College University of Chicago . : . . . X 5X .x .OX .sX .sk .xt .xX AX .sX .AX .sX .SX .SX .sX .sq -4. Q7 f Y RALPH BERTRAM JOHNSON . . Crystal Lake General Business Theta Xi Scabbard and Blade: Cavalry Officers' Club: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Captain, University Brigade 143: Cast, "Nada": University Rifle Team 143: University Pistol Team 11, 2, 33 RUTH VIOLET JOHNSON . . . Chicago Music Gamma Phi Beta Mask and Bauble: Daubers: Choral Society: Cast, "Listen Lester," "Great GaleotO": Production Staff, 'tRomantic Young Lady," 'l'l'he Butter and Egg Man," "The Youngest" ETHEL MAY JOIINSOS . . . . Chicago Education Phi Omega Pi Physikos Paitlcia, Gregorian Literary Society: W. A. A.: Baseball 133: Hockey 11, 23: Basketball 133: Tennis 113: May Fete 11, 33: Baseball Manager 133: Eroducytion Staff, Stunt Show 143: Cast, "Listen ester' HELEN ELOISE JOHNSTON .... Pittsfield - Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois College ELIZABETH JOINER ....... Le Roy , Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa, Delta A Illinois Wesleyan University EDWIN WILLIAM JOKISCII, JR. . . . Decatur Law Delta Sigma Phi Phi Alpha Delta James' Milliken University CECIL GLENN JONES .... . Salem A gricul ture Farm House Illini Grange: Dairy Club CLARENCE MALIJEN JONES . . . Springfield Journalism Sigma Nu Sigma Delta Chi: Editor, Illini Weekly 143: Editorial Writer, Daily Illini 143 1, 11. 1,. 11. la. 0. I.. A. 11. 1,. 1.. 0. 1,. 1.. AQFZA Page 99 I 'I 'I '11 . . . . : ' igvx ..x .ax .ax .ax -ts .ex .ax .ex - ETHEL M. JONES ..... . . Sumner Education Bethany Circle Jzamtesonian Literary Society: Spanish Club: Life Saving lu JOSEPHINE ADA JONES ..... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Theta Spanish Club MARSHALL CORNELL JONES .... Evanston Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Squad UD: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad C23 Northwestern University MILDRED VAN Voonms JoNEs . . . Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Monticello Seminary PAUL HADLEY JONES ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi REA FRANKLIN JONES . . Benton Law Phi Kappa Psi Phi Alpha Delta: Daily Illini Cab SAMUEL KEENER JONES . . Kansas City, Mo. General Business Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad iz, 31 NICHOLAS ARTHUR JONESCUE . . . Chicago Athletic Coaching Y M C A College Crane Junior College Page 100 E E CLA 2 K LQ :Sl l l OF 99 'YVYY ARTHUR N. J ONSSON ...... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Anubis A. S. M. E. Crane Junior College WILLIAINL L. JULIAN . , , . y Gmnt pmk General Engineering Delta Upsilon Skull and Cres t: Th t . - . Irrterfraternity Cimrixncil: -Cliaifrirgh, HSM liamgdal . r mo er om Ehtfdugefgfgg VHYSHY Basketball: Varsity Basket. EL1sAEE'rH A. J UNO . . , , Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Jamesonian Literary Society: Emera Society University of Wisconsin - Woodstock GEORGE ROBERT Jusr .... Detroit Mich D Q General Business Phi Eta Sigma STELLA KAOYK . . . . . . Education - . Fulton Kappa Delta Torch: Physikos Paideia: Choral Soc' t - tra 03: Hockey tr, 2, 39: Baskelfbglltaz grcggsf Apparatus 12, 37: Track 423: Baseball try: Bgwling tx. 2, sl. Manager ish WILLIAM VOO1' KAESER . . . Madison, Wig, Architectural Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Scarab: Skull and Crescent: Cavalry Ofh t . Freshman Varsity Tennis: Varsity Tennis Szrsadcggf First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q45 ' ROLAND H. KALTENEACH .... Elmhum Agriculture Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club Lewis Institute WILMA RUTH KALTENTHALER . St. Louis M , Education Harris Junior College 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 1 0 4 Q 4 4 4 It la. 0. 0. za. 1.. 1.. 1,. I.. f., 751 'KY GRACE MARIE KAMM ..... Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron EDWARD LOWELL KAMMERER . . Champaign Landscape Architecture Scarab: Landscape Club: U. L. A. S.: Vista C3l Honors Day MARY ELIZABETH KANE . . . . Harrisburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Society: Anonian Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council: Burrill Botany Club SIDNEY KAPLAN ...... North Chicago Banking and Finance Tau Delta Phi LESTER DAvIS KAPLIN . . . . . Chicago Dentistry University Fellowship Club Alpha Omega: Student Council C33: Class President C31 Crane Junior College FRANK KAPPLE, JR. ....... Chicago General Business Phi Kappa Sigma Dolphins: Junior Prom Committee: Dance Supervision Committee C43: Chairman, Homecoming Program Sales C33: Chairman, Dads' Dag Program Sales C33: Fresh- man Varsity Swimming: ophomore Baseball Manager GERVAISE BERNICE KAPPUS . . . . Elmhurst Education Delta Zeta Sigma Delta Phi: gamesonian Literary Societal Anonian Literary Society, range Feathers Council: old Feath ers Council: Illini Theater Guild: Curtain and Bell: Hockey CI, 23 . Honors Day WALTER JAMES KARCH . . 1 . . . Chicago Engineering Phi Alpha Lambda: A. S. C. E. Crane Junior College ,sun A Ax .ex .A -tx .A Ax .ax .ax .ax .mx .ss .xx .S M TY! 3- JACOB KAROL ..... Kansas City, Mo. Civil Engineering Omicron Alpha Tau Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilon: A. S. C. E. Kansas City Junior College SARAI-I MILDRED KARR .... Crook, Col. Education HAROLD WILLIAM KASTEN . . Mount Carmel Public Utilities Phalanx: Cavalry Officers' Club: Major, University Brigade C43 EARL KAUFFMAN, JR .... Uniopolis, Ohio Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon OTTO THEODORE KAUEMAN . . . . . . . . Niedersedlitz, Germany I Ceramic Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' S. B. A. C. S. University of Dresden, Germany CONRAD GEORGE KAUEMAN . . Lafayette, Ind. General Business Sigma Nu Purdue University CHARLES LEOPOLD KAUFMAN . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu Varsity Track Squad C3, 43 J. GERALDINE KAUFMAN .... . . Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Phi: Choral Society Honors Day CI, 2, 33 11. li. 11. ll. 11. lo. In.. 11. li. 11. 14. 11. Ie. I. I: Page 101 DOROTHY EuDY KAUPKE . . . Rock Island Education Phi Mu Augustana Collegeg Indiana University DANIEL JosEPH KEATING, JR .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Kappa Phi HENRY WILI.IAM KELLER ..... Cicero Electrical Engineering Theta Nu Epsilon Seabbard and Blade: Tau Nu Taug Technograph Cab: Major, University Brigade C415 Varsity Rifle Team C33 ROBERT REED KELLEY ..... Champaign Pre-Medic Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon: University Band tr? HAROLD GLEN KEI,SEY .... Lowell, Ind. General Business Acacia M1I.DRED M. KEMP .... . Urbana Education French Club: Choral Society Defiance College RAYMOND D. KENDAI.I. . . Elgin Law Phi Alpha Delta HELEN ELIZABETH KEN1sToN . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Curtain and Bell Page 102 HARVEY MONTGOMERY KENT . St. Louis, Ma. General Business Alpha Phi Alpha RICHARD HOPPIN KERNS , , , Wa-Ugly Education HENRY A. KERSTLNG . , , Louiwiu Architectural Engineering A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade C45 e, Ky. BETTY JANE KETCITUM . , , 1 u Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma gE:En1E1I,rZl'pg1Sr Chi: Illiola Literary Sgcicty: Daily ROBERT CONDIT KEWLEY . . Champaign Law Delta Upsilon Phi Delta Phig Order of the Coif University of Chicago ZENA AUDREY KIBLER . . . . Willow Hill Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron State Teacher's College RUTH LANDER KIDDER .... Barre, Vt, Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Society: Second Cabinet, Y, XV, C' A.: Second Council, Woman's League JOHN ALBERT KIEDAISCH, JR. . Keokuk, Iowa General Business Sigma Chi Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad Q21 - 11. A. 11. 1,. I.. 0. 0. 1.. In f YVCQYY MARION JESSIE KINCAID . . . Champaign Pre-Medic Theta Upsilon Jamesonian Literary Societyg Anonian Literary Society DONALD STUART KING . . Springfield Architectural Engineering Sigma Nu Scarab: Daubersg Mask and Baubleg Pi Delta Epsilon: Pierrotsg B. A. I. D.: Art Editor, Siren KI, 2. 371 Arch Fete 12, 33 WILLARD CHARLES KING .... Chicago Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta Mu San: A. S. C. E. CHARLES FARMER KINNEY . Mount Carroll Pre-Legal Theta Xi Production Staff, "Nada": Band Cr, 2, 31 FREDERIC LEE KIRGIS . . Indianapolis, Ind. Pre-Legal Theta Chi Phi Delta Phi: Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Icarus: Freshman Varsity Football: Senior Football Manager EDYTHE J EssIE KIRK ..... Sandwich Liberal Arts and Sciences North Central College ALLAN KIRKWOOD .... Lawrenceville Agriculture Delta Chi Agricultural Club Purdue University GENEvIEvE MOORE KIRMAN . . Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi Milwaukee Downer College KAAESSQQKAQQQQ KEITIi HOWARD KITTLE . . . . Peoria Accountancy Delta Phi Sophomore Baseball Manager JOHN VINCENT KLECZEWSKI . . Chicago Dentistry Psi Omega Crane Junior College MOE BERNARD KLEINMAN . New York, N. Y. Architectural Engineering Tau Delta Phi Architectural Society FLORENCE ALTA KLEPPINGER . . . Chicago Landscape Architecture Pi Beta Phi Alpha Alpha Gamma CHARLES HERMAN KLOPPENBURG . . . . . . . . . . Davenport, Iowa , Banking and Finance Kappa Delta Rho ' Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Nu Kappa: Scabbard and Blade: Illini Chamber of Commerceg Commerce Coun- cilg Captain, University Brigade LAWRENCE MCALLISTER KNAPP . . Chicago Civil Engineering Sigma Delta Rho Chi Epsilong Scabbard and Bladep Major, University Brigade,f4J Crane Junior College LEONARD JOHN KNEEN . . . . . . Galoa General Business WILLIAM EDMUND KNICKEREOCKER Chicago General Business Kappa Delta Rho Alpha Kappa Psi ' Page 103 EMILY HELEN KNIEP . . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Anonian Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council Honors Day Northwestern University HARRY WALTER B. KNOLL . . . Chicago General Business Chi Psi Alpha Kappa Psi: Class President C453 Junior Prom Committeeg Assistant Editor, Enterpriser C31 WILLIAISI FREDERICK KNOP . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane Junior College CHARLES P. KNOWE ..... Palatine Industrial Administration A. S. C. E. FRANCIS Jos!-:Pu Kocu . . Chicago Law Delta Theta Phi Order of the Coif FRANK Kocms ...... . Elgin Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilon: Mu Sang A. S. C. E. Lunvnc JOSEPH Kocl ..... Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Eta Sigmap Phi Lambda Upsilon FRANCIS J. KOENIG ....... Strcator Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Xi Sigma Delta Chip Editorial Writer. Daily Illini C433 Book Review Editor, Illinois Magazine C43 X x A ..x .ex .A .ts .ex Ax .Ax .ex .Ax Page 104 VIOLE1' MAE KOERNER . . . Chatsworth Education Kappa Delta Pi Illinois State Normal University HENRY LEERECHT KOIILER Kansas City, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E. Kansas City Junior College RUTH GENEv1EvE KooNrz , , Stream, Education Phi Omega Pi Honors Day STANLEY FRANK KoPEc1rv , I Bwwyn Pharmacy Kappa Psi Illini Phamacist C27 NORISIAN ADOLPH KORFIST . . . Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappa Dany Illini cn MILDRED AGNES KosIN . . . . Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha Pi Delta Phi: Anonian Literary Societ g L Francaisg Daily Illini 121 y e Cade Northwestern University ALICE JEAN KGSTAKOS . . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern University JOSEPH JAMES KOTALIK . . Chicago Dentistry Crane Junior Collegeg Lewis Institute Z! yv gv yu xv yy yr gs' xx sv v' A A 9' HARRY J. KRASNASKI . . . . Chicago Pharmacy MILTON HERMAN KREIMEIER . . . Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Joliet Junior College OSCAR ROBERT KREIMEIER .... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Joliet Junior College ROBERT HENRY KREISINGER Piermont, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Columbia University Orro Louis KREsN1cxA . . . Cicero Pharmacy RAYMOND LINCOLN KRINGER . . Vandalia Journalism Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Delta Chig Kappa Tau Alpha: Daily Illini C0 IDA A. KROENLEIN . . . . St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Congregational House Harris College H. CORNELIUS KRUEGER . . . Toledo, Ohio Gerferal Business Beta Theta Pi Wittenberg College , I- , gym ..x ..x Ax ..x ..x .A .tx Ax .xx .xx .xx ..x .xx .xi ll Q7 GUY SHERIDAN KRUMMEL . . Donncllson Liberal Arts and Sciences Blackburn College ELSA KRUscHw1rz . . . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern University GEORGE CHARLES KRUSE Great Falls, M ont. Athletic Coaching Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Delta Sigmag Delta Theta Epsilon University of Minnesota LowELL VAN BUREN KRUISINGER Louisville Education Eastern Illinois State 'I'cacher's College HoRAcE Ons KRUZAN . . . , Education Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College . Urbana EDWIN JOHN KUESTER .... Carlinville Liberal Arts and Sciences Men's Glee Club 43, 41 Blackburn College , U I JOHN FREDERICK KUHLEMEYER, JR. Maywood Athletic Coaching Phi Mu Delta Fresh man Varsity Baseball 1 WALTER CHARLES KURZ .... Chicago General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Scabbard and Blade' Tribe of Illini' Illini Chamber of Commerce' Chairman All-Fraternity Night' Interfra- ternity Council' Senior Hat Committee' Freshman Varsity Golf' Varsity Golf Letter t3 41' Sophomore Football Manager' Lieutenant Colonel University Bri- gade' Cavalry Club 1 4 , ' , .' 4 , ' - 4 4 4 li 11. lf. 1.. 11. A. 0. 1.. 1,. 1 - 1,. 1.. 11. 1,. 1.. f.. 751 Page 105 J f IU HAU KWONG ..... Canton, China Railway Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau: Chi Epsilon: Phi Kappa Epsilon: A. S. C. E.: Railway Club: Chinese Students' Club: Chinese Engineering Society University of California FLORENCE LAGKEY . . . Chickasha, Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta W. A. A.: Soccer fs, Oklahoma College for Women: Colorado University LESTER YENAWINE LACY . .' . . Kansas Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon JOHN Louis LADEN ..... Rockford Accountancy St. Viatar's College ELMER EDWARD GEORGE LAKEMACHER Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E. Crane Junior College CARL LAMB ...... . Quincy Q Dentistry Psi Omega Carthage College GEORGE BEN LANDE . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma MARGARET Louise LANDER . . . Belvidere Home Economics Page 106 BERTHA EMILY LANE ..... Shumway Home Economics Phi Mu Phi Upsilon Omicron: Omicron Nu: W. A. A.: Home Economics Club: Gold Feathers: Jamesonian Literary SOCIBWC Baseball fl. 2. Sl: Bowling Cr, 2, 33: Captain 1353 Basketball fl, 53: Soccer 135: May Feta fry Honors Day fr, 2, 35 MARJORIE LANG ..... Trenton, N. J. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota Sigma P': W 1 Pl 3 Eggirafeafgigcfigtyw- 2l.:tChoral Shcietye? eimegblrfign C 3 ' ' ' Council: Woman's Lebngue CIS cn' First and Third WESLEY WILLARD LANGDOC . , Mgmemge Agriculture Mu Theta Nu Alpha Zeta: Alpha T Al h 3 ' ' . - , tural Club: Agricultuiin Edpucztibiiugluirange' Agncul Culver-Stockton College: Iowa State College HENR1 WILLIAM LANGuE1Nz Elizabeth, N. J. Dentistry Kappa Psi Student Council C23 Columbia University: New York University LUcxLE LA PGRTE ...... Pau Pau Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Woman's Glee Club Cr, 3, 43 RICHARD THDRSTEN LARSEN . . , Elgin Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta Chi Epsilon: Mu-San: A. S. C. E. CARL LEONARD LARSON, JR .... St. Anne Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Tau Syracuse University EDWIN Jossrn LASHMET . . . Winchester Education Beta Kappa YY XS' yi KK' yt' XX' X 9' V' V' V' Y' A V' V' Vf v TSING LAI LAU . . Tainan, Formosa, China Agriculture Cosmopolitan Club Lingnan University, Canton, China HAROLD EUGENE LAWRIE .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Rho Dolphinsg Freshman Varsity Water Polo RICHARDS LINDLEY LAYMAN . . . Urbana Banking and Finance Cavalry Officers' Clubg Captain, University Brigade MARY KATIXERYN LAYTON Indianapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta Butler College IRENE DOROTHY LEE . . . Lebanon, Ind. Education YOSAN LEE Mukden, Fenglien Province, China Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: S. A. E. Northeastern University, Mukden, China PAUL KEMP LEHMAN ..... Clinton Architectural Engineering BEN CARL LEIKEN . ..... Minonk Commerce and Law Varsity Debate C31 sXXnXxXXSxXxXsXsXsXQsXtX L N 3....-...s-.----.--A Q9 EARL SMITH LEIMBACHER . . Joliet Pre-Medic Alpha Delta Phi Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Illio Cx, aj: First Regimental Band C13 JOHN GEORGE LEISENRING . . Springfield General Business Sigma Chi Daily Illini C0 THERESE LEMERCIER ..... MAYWOOD Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Mask and Baubleg Production Manager, Woman's Wel- fare Fashion Review 6311 Production Staff, '4Butter and Egg Man," "The Youngest," "Is Zat Sol' ANDREW CHARLES LENZ .... Chicago General Business Phi Kappa Sigma Ma-Wan-Da: Sachemg Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Era Sigmag Tu-Mas: Skull and Crescent: Band of X: Senior Track Managerg Athletic Board of Control C435 Student Council C45 Northwestern University LESTER GLEN LEUTWILER .... Urbana A Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Tau: Pi Tau Sigma: Engineering Council: A. SL M. E.: Engineering Dance Committee BEATRICE BESSE LEv1N .... Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma Choral Society HAROLD BERNARD LEVIN .... Chicago General Business Phi Epsilon Pi Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Fencingg Varsity Fencing Letter 63, 41 SOL EDWARD LEVINSON . . . Chicago Pharmacy ll. ll. 11. 0. lp. li. l:. In ll. Iz. lp. lr. Ip. I.. I Page 107 'KYYQSC GERALD E. LEVINSTEIN ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu HERBERT LEvY ........ Chicago Electrical Engineering Tau Delta Phi Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu NATHAN NORTON LEVY ..... Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. Crane Junior College SARA LEvY ....... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Harris Teachers College SEYMOUR BENJAMIN LEvY . . Chicago Law Alpha Epsilon Pi Nu Beta Epsilon: Pre-Legal Club: Cavalry Officers' Club: Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Swimming Squad Q23: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Foot- ball Squad Cz, 33: Major, University Brigade C33 EDWIN JOSEPH LEWIS . . . . Clinton General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Scabbard and Blade: Skull and Crescent: Cavalry Olli- Eetss' Club: Illio CI, 23: Captain, University Brigade 4 LOUIS LEWIS ........ Chicago Commerce and Law Alpha Epsilon Pi Nu Beta Epsilon Crane Junior College NAOMI MARIE LIERMAN . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences X .px AX .sX ,gk .sX .xX .xX .QX Page 108 ROSALIE OLIVE LILLY . . . . Sullivan Education FRANKLIN LINCOLN . . , , , , , Joliet Architectural Engineering Theta Upsilon Omega Joliet Junior College HERBERT GUsTAvE LIND .... Chicago General Business Beta Kappa Freshman Varsity Basketball: F h V ' , ball: Varsity Basketball Squad C:?s3,m:l1: Vzlilgilsyf 112323. ball Squad Cz, 3, 43 University of Chicago ARTHUR LEONARD LINDBLOOM, JR, , Chigagg Journalism Phi Kappa Skull and Crescent MARY VIRGINIA LINDER , , , panenon Education Presbyterian Hall Southern Illinois State Teacher's College PAULINE LINEBARGER . . . . Metcalf Education Theta Upsilon Hockey 133: Volley Ball C33 LENORE LINEIELD . . . Kansas City, Mo, Music Alpha Epsilon Phi thenai Literary Society ARLENE LIPPERT ....... Kewanee Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Eta Sigma Phi: Gregorian Literary Society Illinois Wesleyan College Mu Kappa Alpha: Jamesonian Literary Society: Ale, A In. 11. ll. If.. lg. li. ln. I., I: WILLIAM PETER LIPSCOMB . . . . . . . . . Webster Groves, Mo. Railway Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Phi Sigma Epsilong Railway Club: A. S. C. E. HAROLD RHDADES LISENDY . . . Champaign Public Utilities HARRY L1TwIN .... Kansas City, Mo. Chemical Engineering Omicron Alpha Tau LAVERNE OLGA LIVEZEY .... Palatine Liberal Arts and Sciences KATIIRYN MARY LDCK .... Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha . Hockey KID: Bowling CID: May I-'ete CI, :J GRACE ELIZABETH LDCKIIART . Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Mortar Board: Torchg Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Deltap Anonian Literary Society: Inter-Literary Coun- cilg General Chairman, Motherls Day 635: .Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet and Commission: First Council, W. A. A.: Volley Ball Manager C43 CARROLL FRED Locxwoon . . . Danville Mechanical Engineering Delta Chi Porpoiseg A. S. M. E.: Captain, University Brigade C43 Iowa State College RUSSELL G. LONGLEY .... . Joliet General Business Theta Chi Sigma Delta Chig Daily Illini CI, 2, 33 HE CLA 1929 f Y MILD A. LOOMIS .... A gricnlture Theta Kappa Nu Floricultural Club Southern Illinois State Tcacher's College GEORGE FRED LOVEWELL . . Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma . M akanda . Chicago W'ILLIAM JAY LOWITZ . . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega EDWVARD S. LUEAR . . . Milwaukee, Wis, Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma Milwaukee State Normal College WII.LIAM LUBAR . . Milwaukee, Wis. ' Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma FLORENCIO TUMANONG LUCAS . . . . . . . Laoag, Ilocos Nort Liberal Arts and Sciences Philippine Illini Club Crane junior College e, P. I. KENNETH VAUGHN LUNAK . West Chicago Dentistry Kappa Delta Rho Psi Omega JOHN ELOF LUNDSTRUM Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Interfratcrnity Council: Arch Fete Committee C hzcago llllllltlllilpllz Page 109 W. PERLEY T. LUPTON . . . . Decatur Law Alpha Lambda Tau Gamma Eta Gamma JOHN EDWARD LYNCH ...... Joliet Mechanical Engineering Theta Kappa Phi Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E. Joliet Junior College M. FRANCES LYNCH .... Granite City Home Economics Presbyterian Hall Home Economics Club Lindenwood College: University of Wisconsin KATHERINE MARGARET LYNE . . Urbana Education Loki Alpha Lambda Delta: W. A. A.: Hockey CI32.BIlSk0!' ball CI3: Soccer C23: Volleyball Cz, 33: Swimming C23: Baseball C23 ROBERT BRADLEY LYON . . . . DeKalb Education Tau Delta Tau Phi Mu Alpha: Mu Kappa Alpha: Kappa Phi Sigma: Men's Glee Club: Concert Band CI, 2, 3, 43: University Orchestra Cz, 3, 43 Northern Illinois State Teacher's College GERTRUDE ELIZABETH LYTLE . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Siren C33: Co-Business Manager, Stunt Show C43: Illia C23: Junior Prom Committee: Sophomore Informal Committee RUTH JANE MCARTHUR ..... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: Alethenai Literary Society REN M. MCCANN .... . . . Milton Civil Engineering Theta Alpha WALTER LOING MCCARTHY . . . Stockton Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. E. HAROLD FOSSETT MCCLELLAN . . Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Illinois Wesleyan University GLENN BRYAN MCCLI-:LLAND , , , Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Alpha Kappa Delta James Millikin University AUSTIN ROOSEVELT MCCLINTOCK ---------.LakeView,Io'wa Athletic Coaching Cavalry Officers' Club: Captain, University Brigade C43 Q. DOROTHY JULIA MCCLURE . . Blue Mound Education Delta Delta Delta Mortar Board: Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta' Alpha Sigma Nu: Kappa Delta Pi: Gold Feathers: iihygikos Paideia: Baseball CI, 2, 33: Basketball Cr, 1, 3j- SOC. cer Cv. 3. 43: Track CU: Bowling 133: Tennis' Cry- Ap aratus Cz, 33: Baseball Varsity C33' Soccer Varsity C3iD: Minor I. A.: Malor I. A.: Assistant Manager May Fete C333 Chairman, Slogans Committee of Healtl: W kC3:Ch'man,L kSl C ' of ap? studih ccmifilg aF'iist0'diti'ir'riiIii'xiyvoii1'ar'?s League: May Fete CI3: President, W. A. A. C43 Honors Day Cx, 2, 33 PERRY SISIITH MCCLURE . . . New Lenox Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Tau. Pi Sigma! Phalanx: Freshman Varsity Tr k. First Lieutenant, University Brigade C43 ac ' WILLIAINI EINIMETT MCCLURE . . Newman Education Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad Cz3: Varsity Football Letter C3, 43 HELEN LANETA MCCONNELL . Columbia City Education Alpha Gamma Delta Western College Page 110 V4 ALICE MCCORMICK ...... Normal Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma National Park Seminary LUCILE McCowEN ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Jamesonian Literary Society Honors Day JOSEPH WILLIAM McCov . . . Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta Skull and Crescent: Tu-Mas: Freshman yarsity Foot- ball: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Chairman. DHDCC Supervision Committee 443: Sophomore Cotilllon Com- mittee: Junior Cap Committee: Interfratemity Council KING JAMES MCCRISTAL .... Rockford Athletic Coaching Kappa Zeta Rho .xiflphic Literary Society: Captain, University Brigade WILLIAIVI ROBERT MCCROTTY . Springfield Pharmacy Kappa Psi NELL CATHERINE MCDONOUGII . . Urbana Music Pi Lambda Sigma Womanls Glce Club C3, 45 MYRON EDWARD MCENDAREEII . . . . . . . . .North Liberty, Ind. Athletic Coaching Kappa Zeta Rho Sigma Delta Sigma: Delta Theta Epsilon: Captain, Uni- versity Brigade RAY WILBUR MCGEE .... 1 . Sidell General Business Sigma Mu Sigma Illinois College sX .ax .mx .sX .AK .xt .A AX .nX .sX .AX .SX .QX .sX .sg L2 Q7 f GEORGE CLETUS MCGINNIS . . Warren ' Medicine Phi Beta Pi X Band CI, 23 DoUGr.As Tommo MCGINTY Lakewood, Ohio Engineering A. S. C. E. JOSEPIIINE ALICE MCGINTY . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Lambda Sigma Torch: Illini Board of Control C3, 43: Woman's Chair- man, Dad's Dag' 149: First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 145: Chairman, Big 'isters Movement 133 JULIA McGowAN .... , Manhattan Education Joliet Junior College JoI-IN SAVAGE MCHENRY . . . Springfield Pre-Legal Phi Sigma Kappa - Phi 'Alpha Delta: Icarus: Spanish Club: Freshman Varsity Cross Country: Freshman Varsity Track: Var- sity Cross Country Squad Cz, 37: Varsity Track Squad Cz, 35: Captain, University Brigade JAMES DUNCAN McKrNI.Av . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho ESTIIER MCLAREN .... , I Marion Education Sigma Kappa Shi-Ai JAMES LAURENCE MCMANIIS . . Chicago Law Ilus Phi Alpha Delta: Scabbard and Blade: Kappa -Phi Sigma: Tau Nu Tau: Military Editor, Illio C351 Senior Banll Ffgmmittee: Lieutenant-Colonel, University Bri- HU C 4 I I 7 x 11. li. lp. 0. la. In. IQ. I1- 11. lf. I.. lp. Ip. I.. lg. Page 111 FAYE MAROUERITE MCMILLAN . Stronghurst Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha Alpha Kappa Delta: Pi Delta Phi: Gregorian Literary Society: Gold Feathers: French Club Honors Day C35 GEORGE BRUCE MCNAIR ..... Chicago General Engineering A. S. C. E.: Cavalry Ollicers' Club: Captain, University Brigade C43 MARY MACKAY ....... Chadwick Home Economics W. A. A.: Basketball C23 FLOYD HARRIs MACKEY . . . . . Decatur Accounting Delta Sigma Phi Interfraternity Council ESTHER MACMURTRIE . .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Terrixpin: Track CID: Swimming CI, 23: Hockey CI, 2, 3 University of Chicago WALTER B. MADDOX . . Hartford City, Ind. Dentistry Psi Omega Class President C13 CARL THEODORE MADSEN .... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Tau: Icarus: A. S. M. E. VELMA MYRTLE MAGILL . . . Flat Rock Education Kappa Delta Pi Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College Page 112 Y ETHEL OLIVE MAGNUSON . . Berwyn Education Delta Delta Delta Morton Junior College JAMES FRANCIS MALLOY , , , Champaign Architectural Engineering CARL GEORGE MALMEERG , , . . . . . Lee Mechanical Enginggying Acacia Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma Northern Illinois State Teacher's College JOHN HENRY MANLEY , , . I Harvard Engineering Physics Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Ph' S' '. graph 13. 47 I mm Ph" Techno' CLARA MAY MANN .... . . Flora Home Economics Bethany Circle Home Economic Club: Grego' L1 ' . Soccer CID: Track CID nan lerary Society' VERNA GEORGANN MANN . Evansville, Ind, Education Gregorian Literary Society Evansville College ADAMI YVALLACE MANNLYG . . , Lyndon ' General Business ELIZABETH MANSEIELD . . Buffalo, N Y, Banking and Finance Sigma Kappa Phi Chi Theta: Gamma Epsilon Pi la. 1,. 11. 1,- 1.. 0. 1,, lp In ' " 'iw' It xv' yu S yu - yv' yu xv- gx yu yu DOROTIIY LILLIAN MARIS . . . Urbana Home Economics Kappa Delta Phi Upsilon Omicrong Gold Feathers: W. A..A.I Fil'Sl Council, WOman's League Cz, 35: Pan-Hellenic Council Cz, 35: Woman's Varsity Rifle Team C25 Colorado Agricultural College LEROY W. MAROSE ...... ChicaE0 Electrical Engineering Theta Upsilon Omega Crane Junior College GEORGE WILLIAM MARQUARDT . . Oak Park Dentistry Beta Sigma Psi Delta Sigma Delta SARAH LORETTA MARQUARDT . . Urbana Music Pi Lambda Sigma Mu Kappa Alpha: Jamesonian Literary Society: W. A. A.: Basketball CI, z5 BYRON MARQUIS ...... Champaign Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon A. I. C. E. LEOLA MAE MARRIOTT . . . Chenoa Education Illinois State Normal University MARK D. MARSELL ...... Moline Athletic Coaching FLOSSIE T. MARSHALL ..... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences , I- E: .A .A .mx .AX .fx .RX .A .mx .QS .A .sX .A AX .sX .se il T? JAMES YOUNG MARSITALL, JR. . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Phi Eta Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Illio Cr, 25: Captain, University Brigade C35 BERNERD FRANCIS MARTIN . . . . . . . . . University City, Mo. Education Phi Kappa Tau Scabbard and Blade: Interfraternity Council C35: Cav- alry Officers' Club: Military Ball Committee C353 Freshman Varsity Basketball: Freshman Varsity Track: Vai-sity Gym Squad Cz, 35: Major, University Brigade 3 Chicago Y. M. C. A. College CLARENCE A. MARTIN . . . Parsons, Kan. General Business Concert Band CI, z, 3, 45- EDWIN DEHAVEN MARTIN . . Rock Island Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu: E. E. Society Augustana College EMILY KATIILEEN MARTIN . . Mason City .Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa: Pi Mu Epsilon: Gold Feathers Honors Day JOHN EDWIN MARTIN ..... Moline Electrical Engineering Phi- Kappa Phi Eta Sigma: Etta Kappa Nu: Tcchnograph MARIAN HELEN MARTIN . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day CI, 2, 35 MARY ELIZABETH MARTIN . . Taylorville Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta W. A. A.: Gold Feathers: Hockey Cz, 35: Volley Ball Cz, 32:,Apparatus C35: Track CI, z, 35: Track Man- ager 4 ll. ll. lr. ll. li. I1.. Ia. ln. li. If. Ia, 11. lp. I., I: Page 113 MATTIE JASULA MARTIN .... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Alpha Omega Mu Delta MILDRED ALICE MARTIN . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Alethcnai Literary Society Honors Day tr, 33 RUTII C. MARTIN .... . Benton ' Education Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Phi: National Collegiate Players: Illiola Literary Society: Mask and Bauble: Cast, "The First Year," "Listen Lester," "I-Ierc's to Your Health": Assistant Director, "Great Galeoto" WALTER LOCKWOOD MARTLING . . Chicago Architectural Engineering Architectural Society ' LUTHER EDWARD MARTZ . . Shelbyville Agriculture Agricultural Club: Horticulture Club PHILIP BENTLEY MASSLICH . . Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences Menls Glee Club CS, 41: Freshman Varsity Tennis: Varsity Tennis Squa 437 Knox College: University of Colorado EsTEI.r.A FERN MATIIENY .... Vandalia Liberal Arts and Sciences Monticello Seminary GALLAIS E. MATIIENY . . . . Casey Agriculture Agricultural Club: Agronomy Club: Varsity Wrestling Squad Cz, 35: Illinois Agriculturist C43 Page U4 HE CLA 929 YYYY DORIS MAY MATHEW ..... Sterling Education W.A.A.:Hk q,, . . Track OJ: Bggeggn ?l,23,3, 47, Basketball KI, 2, 33, Honors Day ALvIN LERoY MATIIIS , , , Vienna Medicine Phi Beta Pi Szcttrggtgn Illinois State Teacher's College: University of CIIARLES J. MATTAS . . , 1 Chicago Pharmacy VICTOR TIIEoDoRE MAUTON . , Higlsbom Education CHARLES CRANFORD MAYES Livingston, Calif. Athletic Coaching Phalanx: First Lieutenant, University Brigade GoRuoN V. MEAD ..... , Au,,,,,a General Business Beta Psi Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Delta Gamma: P X ' . I phic: Beta Nu Kappa: Illio Cl. 29: Silzixr Cbiliiase leiixeri- ager Cz: 33: Senior Memorial Committee M. DEE MEDLIN .... . Harrisburg - Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta RUTH ELIZARETII MEMLER .... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Congregational House Bradley Polytechnic Institute V4 MILDRED EDNA MERKER . Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences El Circulo Espanol: Der Deutsche Verein ADELE MARIE MERNIrz . Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences Alcestis Mortar Board: First and Second Council Woman's League 12, 3, 41: Executive Council, Woman's League i413 Life Saving Corps: District Chairman, W..G. S. 1312 Social Chairman, W. G. S. C41: Chairman, Woman's League Election Committee C41: Mi-Hula Dance Committee 1312 May Fete C31 FRED LLOYD MERRILL . . Frankfort, Ind. Accountancy Delta Sigma Pi Beta Alpha Psi REGINALD DENN1soN MERRILL . . Chicago Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Synton: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: E. E. Society: Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 THEODORE T. MERRILL . . Roadhouse Journalism Phi Delta Theta Washington University HELEN LoUIsE MERRYWEATHI-:R . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Rockford College DOROTHY MERSHON . . . Mount Carroll Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega HAROLD KUEIIN MEYER . Crown Point, Ind. General Business Pi Kappa Phi Intcriraternity Council C3, 41 Purdue University Q3 Y IRWIN HENRY MEYER .... Oak Park General Business Alpha Delta Phi .Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Cross Country: Varsity Cross Country Squad 131 WILIIELMINA MEYER ..... Kankakee Home Economics Kappa Delta Frances Shimer School HEBER TEXTER MEYERS . . . Ambler, Pa. Athletic Coaching Tau Kappa Epsilon LELAND ALBERT MEYERS . . Morrismwille General Business Freshman Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squad 131 James Milliken University JANETT LoU1sE MICIIAEL . . . Highland Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega Jamesonian Literary Society: Soccer Team Cz, 31 FLORA MICHELMAN ...... Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta WILLIAM BUCK MIDDLESWORTH . Shelbyville Banking and Finance Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Nu Kappa Honors Day KI, 21 ANNA MARIA MIDDLETON .... Pontiac Education First Council, Woman's League: Physikos Paidcia: Life Saving Club Hockey iz 3 41 T ack Ct gpparatus K2 3 41 Volleyball C31 Tenn1sCI1 May etc 1 ,.:r,.2.31: E 1 I i . I C l li. li. I1. ll.. l:. 11. lp. Ip. li. If. lp. lp. 11. I.. In 7 Page 115 Roy CARL MIELKE .... . Rockton General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon JULIA MIKALAUCKAS . . West Frankfort Education Southern Illinois State Teacher's College ALFRED FREDERICK MILLER . . . . Cisne Medicine University of Chicago: Southern Illinois State 'l'eacher's College ARLENE LUCILLE MILLER . . Collinsville Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha Jamesonian Literary Society DAVID ABSALOM MILLER . . . . Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Illinois Wesleyan University GLADYS RUTH MILLER . . Mound City Music Beta Sigma Omicron Mu Kappa Alpha ' HELEN-LoUIsE MILLER . . . Chicago Education Pi Beta Phi Gold Feathers: W. A. A.: Liie Saving Club: Chairman, Big Sister Committee K43: Chairman, Life Work Con- ference C43g Vice President, Citizenship Group Q3, 43: Chairman of Intercolle iate Committee 133: First Coun- cil, Woman's League 53, 43: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet and Commission 62, 3, 43: Chairman, Publicity Mothers' Day 633: Soccer 423: Volley Ball iz, 33: Swimming 123: Hockey 623: I. A. 133 Beloit College HowARo R MILLER . . Woodstock Pre Medic Omega Beta PI Phalanx Captain University Brigade C43 : . I . . . 5X .LX .QS .sX .AK .xS .xX AX .sX Page 116 JOHN FRANCIS MILLER , , , , , Canton Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma MILTON ALBERT MILLER . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane Junior College Roy MYRON MILLER ...... Griggsville Chemical Engineering Illinois College WILLIAM ARTHUR MILLER . I Henin A griculture WALTER Joi-IN MILLER . . . Chicago Dentistry Lambda Sigma Phi Degta Sigma Delta: Class Treasurer C433 C1355 president I Crane Junior College: University of Chicago CHARLES E. MILLS ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Epsilon Pi Editor, Daily Illini Q43 GEORGE OTIS MINOT . . . , Ha,-vang Agriculture Farm House Tribe of Illini: Illini Grange: Agricultural Club: Dairy Club: Illinois Agriculturist 123: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Varsity Wrestling Squad 43g 43: varsity Wrestling Letter 123: Varsity Soccer Squad 143 LENNIS MAY MINTON . . . Murphysboro Education Physikos Paideia 4 Y ALTHEA LEE MITCHELL . . . Panama ' Education W. A. A.: Physikos Paideia Illinois State Normal University JOAN MITCHELL .... Pawhuska, Okla. Music Delta Gamma MELVIN HAYES MITCHELL . . . . Dakota Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: A. S. M. E.: First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade C45 WALTON D. MITTLER ..... Oak Park General Business Chi Beta HENRY MOLDEN ..... . Troy Journalism Theta Xi Sigma Delta Chi: Kappa Tau Alpha: Adelphic Literary Society: Sports Editor, Daily Illini C41 Blackburn College L1LL1E C. MoNssoN . . . . ChicaL'0 Education Physikos Paidcia: May Fete Dance Committee ffl, Chicago Normal College DOROTHY MARY MOODIE . . St. Louis, Mo. Education Harris Junior College ILA ALLEN Mooov Nokomzs Education Illinois Womanls College University of Chicago 5XxnXxXnXsKAxXsSsXsXtXsXsXsX g . l ....-.--..-...-,-1 AS Q9 Y CONSTANCE HARDIN MooN . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Alpha Lambda Delta: Anonian Literary Society: Gold Feathers: Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: First Council, Woman's League C3, 43: Chairman, Mother's Day Reception Committee 1371 May Fete C25 Honors Day FRANCIS RUSSELL MooN . . . . Macomb General Business Men's Glee Club C3, 43 Hedding College ALBERT SIDNEY MooRE, JR. . East St. Louis Pre-Medic Kappa Alpha Psi Illinois State Normal University ENLY LEOLA MOORE . . . Johnston City Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois College EDWARD NAYLOH MooRE . . Bloomington Architectural Engineering Acacia ISAAC CoLE MOORE ...... Danville General Business Delta Sigma Pi Kappa Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Epsilon: Inter-Literary Council: Illini Chamber of Commerce: Accountancy Club: Caisson Club: Illio Czj: Enterpriser 431: First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 MARY EVYLIN MOORLIAN . . McLeansboro Home Economics Delta Zeta Daily Illini 133 Oxford College for Women ROBERT BURRUS MOORMAN St. Joseph, Mo. Civil Engineering Sigma Delta Rho Tau Beta Pig Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia: Mu San: Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau: A. S. C. E.: Concert Band iz, 3, 4 Honors Day St. Joseph Junior College li. ll. ll. ll.. li.. li. IL. Ip. li. lf. lp, lp.. lf. lp, 1 Page 117 CORA HELEN MORGAN ..... Lostant Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Society Illinois State Normal University CLYDE QUENTIN MORGAN . . . Kinmundy General Business Alpha Sigma Phi Tu-Mas FRANK MARPOLE MORGAN . . . Glen Ellyn Electrical Engineering Triangle Sigma Tau: Phi Alpha Lambda University of Colorado MILDRED DOLE MORGAN . . . Mattoon Education Congregational House RUDOLPH BENNETT MORGAN . . Champaign Agriculture Western Illinois Teacher's College WINONA LOUISE MORGAN . . . Champaign Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Economics Club ESTHER HILDA MORLOCK .... Carlyle Home Economics Sigma Phi Beta Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Economics Club Honors Day KERON CALDWELL MORRICAL . Farmer City Electrical Engineering Theta Chi Sigma Tau: Eta Kappa Nug E. E. Society AKA Page 118 EMMA DOROTHY MORRISON . . Chicago Education Alpha Omicron Pi ROBERT FISHER MORRISON . . . Chicago Ceramic Engineering Ilus Theta Taug Keramosg D 'l Ill' ' . Cz, 3,1 First Lieutenant, Llnylversllly liligvadrlzqeallmograph University of Nevada MARMADUKE BECKWITII MOR-1-ON . . . . . . . . . . Russellville, Ky. Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Freshman Varsity Wrestl' g V - . 13, 41: Agricultural Cluhanl-loofagigyggggeglwg Squad Bethel College KENNETH WILLIAM MOSHER , , Sandwich General Businggg Theta Upsilon Omega Phi Delta Gamma: Scabb d . - Sigma: Icarus: Interfraternlly Eg3ng?1l?dgd,,Igl0qR,:e1E2l 333 Captain, University Brigade Q43 ' ' RAYMOND JOSEPH MOUDRY , , Chicago Law Sigma Delta Kappa Crane Junior College MARGARET ANNETTE MOWREY , , Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Daubers: Kappa Delta Pig Pi D lt Ph'g S' . Dany Illini up c a ' "C" 40' Lincoln College EDWARD MARTIN MUELLER . . . Elmhurst Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Delta Chi Phi Beta Kappa.: Sophomore Track Manager FLORENCE AGATHA MUELLER . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega Anonian Literary Society: Gregorian Literary Society: Daily Illini Cr, :J JAMES JOSEPH MULLEN . . . Chicago Journalism Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Tau Alpha: Sigma Delta Chi: Editorial Writer, Daily Illini C41 MARGARET DOROTHY MULLEN . . ChicaE0 Education Sigma Kappa Crane Junior College JAMES PALMER MULLIN . .Brook'ville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta Wabash College HERBERT WINDSOR MUMEORD, JR. . Urbana Agriculture Delta Phi - Alpha Zeta: Illinois Agriculturist VIRGINIA MUMFORD . . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma Iowa State College ANNA MARGARET MUNCI-I . . St. Louis, Mo. Education Kappa Delta Pi Harris Teacher's College: Washington University ROBERT CIIENEY MUNNECKE . . Chicago Agriculture Delta Phi Scabbard and Blade: Major, University Brigade FLORENCE ANNETTE MUNSON . Prophetstown Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Honors Day A6166 RICHARD ANDREW MUNSTER . . Chicago Electrical Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Tau J. FRED MURPHY . . . Logansport, Ind Liberal Arts and Sciences Illio C21 LOLITA MURRAY ..... Education Life Saving Club ERNEST MYER . . . . . Chicago Dentistry University of Chicago JOHN .HARLAN MYERS ..... Moweaqua Liberal Arts an'd Sciences FRANK HENRY MYNARD . . Agriculture Farm House First Lieutenant, University Brigade ERNEST FRANK NACIITMAN . Pharmacy GIAN CHAND NAGRATII . . . . . . . . Jalalpur,Punjab,Ind1a Electrical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club Pittsburgh University: Carnegie Institute of Technol ogyg D. A. V. College, Lahore, India JAMES MARTIN NALBACH . . . M oweaqua Journalism Illinois State Normal University LOVELL ARTHUR NEAL . . . Bement Medicine Omega Beta Pi Phi Chi: Pi Kappa Egsilon: Freshman Varsity Wres- tling: Varsity Football quad 125: Chicago Editor, Illio K3, 43: Class Secretary C3, 4l HOWARD JOHN NEBECK . . . Chicago Engineering Beta Psi Kappa Phi Sigma: Phalanx: Icarus: Captain, Univer- sity Brigade C41 VIOLA N. NEELY ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Alpha First Council, Woman's League: Vollcy Ball Team C23 JEANNETTE NE1s .... - Ohio Education Beta Phi Alpha Illinois Wesleyan University CARROLL H. NELSON . . . Rockfltfd Z!! Law Delta Theta Phi Augustana College DORIS E. NELSON ..... Lynn Center Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenian Literary Society Augustana College FRED W. NELSON ..... Crystal Lake General Business Phalanx: Captain, University Brigade C45 ? F 3' B 'I Y Q AX .QS AX .xX .QS .NX .sX .sX .QS .sX .s ,A Page 120 1 CLA v - ' i 1.9, 1: U 'z F' ' lla I A-F l L ' ,JY ,fx .. " tf'.t'T" 4'-E as Q V I' vb., KE , .. :ss 'E if Ji'-, -- '-.16 71' .f . lil - -N is . g X A J 229 XY" NORMA MARIE NETZOW . . Milwaukee, Wis. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa EVERETT BUTLER NEVILLE, JR, , Gyayslake Accountancy Delta Alpha Epsilon Beta Gamma Sigma: Ph' E ' . -, ccountancy Club' IllinilCllliti1?lfill1llJl gghgmelgga PS1 onors Day JULIA DOROTHY NEv1LLE Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Beta - . . .Kewanee l:-lllnYi:?nDa8,gs League ull Ian-Hellenic Col-lI1Cil Q45 JOSEPH OLIVER NEWCOMER , Agriculture l Alpha Gamma Rho Egan Pi Delta Epsilon' Alph T . , glint-i'GIrIan1?e: Aide:-imhicaLig:ai:lDS1goiely,?sl?:grl2lilllf1ral .U 3 . 90 an. .om Club? ,Agricultural Education Llub, hditor, Illinois Agncultunst 1,0 Northern Illinois State Teacher's College HELEN GERTRUDE NEWEY , , Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi - Wilmette First Council, Woman's League: Pan-Hellenic Council Sweet Briar College 24-f -r le 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A , ' 4 H 4 N 4 4 4 4 Lta Sigma Phi: Gregorian Igiterary Society. First Conn- 4 N 4 4 ' rs 4 4 0 4 WILLIALI BABCOCK NICHOLS . - . Pana General Business Icarus: Captain, University Brigade Q45 DALE GEORGE NICHOLSON . . Jolie, Law Phi Alpha Delta Joliet Junior College: Ripon College ISAEELLE ANNE NICOLET .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Loki Secretary, Woman's Group System 445: F' t d . ond Council, Woman's League KU Us an Sec 4 1 131A Y E SARA11 ANNE NIEDERMAN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon Gold Feathersg Gregorian Literary Society ALBERT DANIEL NIEDNAGEL . Evansville, Ind. Floriculture Beta Kappa Floricultural Club Purdue University ALISIA ANETTE NIEMAN .... Mt. Olive Home Economics Home Economics Clubg German Club ARTHUR ROBERT NIEMAN .... Aurora Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Mu Sang A. S. C. E.: Engineering Council: Theta Tau: Railway Clubg Engineering Dance Committee C41 - Z i 5 5 5 ? 9 3 5 f 7 L I f 9 i 7 5 5 5 ?, 5 G1 H 5 we S Z Q E: ,U ru F' is 2 z "J H O e. 3: ,, - 3, Z Er G me -e A-7 EZ mt' Em 5. 35 E' E2 'C' 'C S 22 :U- G. .ss 5' D Zu- 'V VAN CRI-:SAP NORMAN ..... Princeton Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda A. S. C. E.: First Liehlenant, University Brigade t3D SUDA EVELYN NORRIS ...... Joliet Education Beta Sigma Omicron Anonian Literary Society Joliet Junior College .,, :SM .x Ax .ex .ax -ts .xx Ax .cs .A .xx .mx .ax .mx .QQ .T A Q Y! P L l MACK O. NORTH .... . El Paso Agriculture AUBREY J. NORVELL .... . Peoria Civil Engineering A. S. C. ALBERT NowAK ..... . Chicago Pharmacy ROBERT XVILSON NULF . Fort Wayne, Ind. Athletic Coaching Butler University LAWRENCE MAIQION NULL . . . . Macomb ' Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Kappa Epsilon: Agronomy Club: Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Societyg Farm Mechanics Clubg A. S. A. E.: Adclphic Literary Society Honors Day Western Illinois State '1'eacher's College NELSON NUTTALI ...... Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Sigma Delta Chig Editorial Writer, Daily Illini C45 Wabash College ALICE MARGARET OATI-IOUT . , Maggmb Journalism Alpha Gamma Delta TJ chg Theta Sum: I'h'g W 'J lid't , D.'l ' ' C55 Student Cgilnclil CAD Oman S 1 or lu y mlm DONALD DEWITT OBERT Minneapolis, Minn. Landscape Architecture Alpha Zeta: U. L. A. S. University of Minnesota l l A I .1 s 11. lf. 1,. 11. 0. 0. A. 0. 11. 1,. 1., 0. A. I.. f.. 7:2 T Page 121 "9 'Q ELWYN LOUDENBECK Ococlc . . Urbana Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha: First Lieutenant, University Brigade C47 LORETTA 0'CONNELI ..... . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta FREDERICK DENNIS O'DONNEI.L . Winchester Medicine Phi Chi JOSEPH EDMOND O'DoNNEI.r. . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Skull and Crescent: Chairman, Freshman Cap Burning Committee: Sophomore Cotillion Committee: junior Cap Committee: Vice President, lllinois Union LAD: Chairman, Membership and Smokers Committee, Illinois Union iz, 33 LEWIS KEEI-'ER OESTERLING . . Butler, Pa. Civil Engineering Theta Upsilon Omega Phi Eta Sigma.: Phi Delta Gamma: Tau Nu Tau: Adelphic Literary Society: Star Course Cz, 37: Major, University Brigade Honors Day CI, 53 RALPH WILERED O'FARR1:LL . Quincy Law VINCENT CIIARIES OLEARY . Ottawa Ceramic Engineering Theta Alpha lx r1mos S B A C S PETERS OLING . . Dollon Electrical Engineering PI lau PI Sigma Scabbard and Blade' lu. E. Society: lirst Lieutenant University Brigade Armour Institute of Technology v . .V . Y 'e. ': . . ... . 1 . , -. K , , . -' 1 I sX .ax .nk .sX .QS .sk .xX AX .QS - Page 122 MARIAN LAWRENCE OLIVE Indianapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Dllilb' Illilli C353 Chorus "Listen Lester" MARTHA REINIIARDT OLIVER . , , Urbana Liberal Arts and Scienegg W. A. A.: Life S ' Cl bg . . - . ming QI, 27: Socigxyinliditug, llliboigby U' U' Swim EvERETTI-: F. OLSON ..... Champaign Athletic Coaching Delta Kappa Epsilon Sachem: Tribe of Illini: Fr h V 1' . Varsity Baskvlbnll Squad ues, ndiihzaihraifbgnii-Eiifihtiiigrl Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squad L21 ROLAND EDWARD OLSON , , , . Ke-wanee Railway Administration Beta Sigma Psi JoIIN HURST OLVVIN .... , Robinson Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda Scabbard and Blade: Interfraternity Council 445: Ath- letic Board of Control 145: Major, University Brigade C4 CATIIERINE M. O'MEARA . . . Chicago Education Linneanl Botany Society Chicago Normal College CLI-:MENT PAUL O'NEII.L . . Moline - Medicine Phi Chi St. Ambrose College FRED FOLEY ONGLEY .... . Quincy Athletic Coaching Phi Kappa Psi Freshman Varsity Wrestling: ivarsity Wrestling Squad iz. 3, 43: Freshman Varsity lfootball: Varsity Football Squad 62. 3. 43 Ii. li. ll.. Il. la. li.. li. If. I: ROBERT BORGIA ORLOVICH ..... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho Sachemg Tribe of Illini: Varsity Track Letter Cz, 3. -0 J 01-IN ROSEBERRY ORNDOFF . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Alpha Kappa Phi Sigmag Cabinet, Y. M. C. A. 1.2. 375 President, Y. M. C. A. t4lI Student Council C432 Varsity Football Squad 62, 35 HELEN MAGDALEN ORNDORFF . . Pontiac Education Pi Lambda Sigma Choral Societyg Gregorian Literary Society OswALD SIDNEY ORTH . . Winchester, Ky. Athletic Coaching Kappa Zeta Rho Sigma Delta Sigma: Delta Theta Epsilong Kappa Delta Pi PAUL ROBERT OSBORN .... Charleston Athletic Coaching Pi Kappa Alpha Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College JOSEPHINE MARY OSBORNE . . Freeport Education DOROTHY G. OSTERMAN . . Chicago Education Gamma Phi Beta Chicago Normal College HAROLD F. OSTMAN .... . La Salle Civil Engineering La Salle-Peru Junior College . .A .ax .mx .xX .nt .xt .QX AX .sX .sX .sX .SX .QX ,AX .sX Ll T7 Y HALLIE FERN OWENS ..... Greenheld Home Economics Presbyterian Hall' Home Economics Club Illinois State Normal University: Blackburn College MAURTCE TILSON OWENS . . . Greenfield Athletic Coaching Scahbard and- Blade: Tau Nu Tau: Captain. Uni- versity Brigade CARMEN PADDICK ....... Sumner Liberal Arts and Sciences Daphne Burrill Botany Club Honors Day Cz, 31 MIRIAM BENNETT PAGE .... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern University RALPH LEROY PALMER' . . . . . Elwood Civil Engineering . A. S. C. Ii. W1I.LIANI WILKINS PALMER . . Kewaneg Public Utilities Phi 'Sigma Kappa Knox College KATHLEEN PANGBORN ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Linnean Botany Society University of Iowa CLIFFORD PARKER ....... Chicago General Business Delta Phi Scabbard and Bl'idt,: Inttrscholastic Circus iz 33' - II. I1. ll li. 11. 11. lf. II Iz. I . lp. If. I . ln. Majoi, University Brigade l l I1 A A p . V Page 123 xx.x.x.xsgx.xax HAROI.D DEAN PARKER .... Oak Park Chemistry Tau Kappa Epsilon Scabbard and Blade: Caisson Club: Adelphic Literary Society: Freshman Varsity Track: Captain, University Brigade C43 CAMERON WILLIAM PARKS . . Champaign Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Cross Country: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Squat? C23: Varsity Wrestling Squad C43: Rilie Team I, 2 HAMILTON PARKS .... Nashville, Tenn. Architectural Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Vanderbilt University: Cornell University RUTII IMOGENE PARKS . . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Sophomore Informal Committee: junior Prom Commit- tee ELEANOR PAULDING PARMELEE . . Urbana Education Alpha Xi Delta Torch: W. A. A.: Life Saving Corps: Terrapin: Hockey CI, 2, 3, 43:Basketball CI3: Volleyball C23: Swimming Cr, 2, 33: Track CI, 2, 33: Minor IA C233 Major IA C43: Manager, Swimming C33 BERNARD FRANKLIN PARR . . Mt. Auburn Mechanical Engineering gkaunlleta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. ELIZABETH JANE PARRIOTT . Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Anonlan Literary Socuty Illxo C23 Illinois Woman s College ArrRED R PARRISII . . Maywood General Business Theta Kappa Nu Freshman Varsity Cross Country Varsity Cross Country Irack Squad C2 33 Sguad C2, 3, 43: Iireshman Varsity Track: Varsity Page 124 WILLIAM DAVID PARRISII . . Kokomo, Ind. Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon A. I. C. L. JESSIE FAYE PARTLOVV . . . , Stockland Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon HELEN LOUISE PATTON , , , , , Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences MIl,IlREi3 Louisa PATTON . . . .... Colorado Springs, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Colorado College ADELAIDE PAUL . . 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Berwyn Pharmacy EDXVARD HJALMAR PETERSEN . , Lombard Accountancy Theta Kappa Nu Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi:- Accountancy Club: Intcrfraternity Council: Daily Illini C25 Honors Day ESTELLE MARION PETERSON . . . Chicago Education Phi Omega Pi W. A. A.: Soccer 433: Apparatus 632: Track 135: Siren C41 HARRY CLENDENIN PETERSON .... Moline Industrial Administration Beta Theta Pi Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Delta Sigma: Scabbard and - Blade: Adelphia Literary Society: Daily Illini CI, aj: Commerce Council 147: Major, University Brigade C43 P S AX AX ..sX .nk .xX .xX -QX .QS .QX .s RANDOLPH M. PETERSON ..... Orion Landscape Architecture Chi Tau EVALINE PETTIGREW ..... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Daily Illini CI, :J RAYMOND VINCENT PFAUTSCH . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Phi Mu Delta A. S. M. Ii.: S. A. E. Crane Junior College GEORGE TOLAND PEEIEER . . . Arcola Chemistry J. LYNN PFLUG . . .h . Kansas City, Mo. ' Accountancy Chi Phi Sophomore Baseball Manager: Cast, "Prince of I'ilsen" HARRY IVANHOE PIIEMISTER . . Carbondale Mining Engineering Delta Mu Epsilon: Mining Society: Tcchnograph C451 Engineering Council Southern Illinois Teaclierls College VERN ARTHUR PIIILLAEAUM . Marion, Ind. Banking and Finance BENJAMIN LINDLEY PICKETT . Long Point Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta Chi Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade: Ili Tau Pi Sigma: A. S. C. IC.: El Circulo Espanol: Captain, University Brigade C47 Honors Day QI, 2, 35 Page 125 WILL1'AM BAXTER PIERCE . . . Mt. Carroll Civil Engineering Sigma Nu Skull and Crescent: Chi Epsilon: Pierrotsg A. S. C. li.: Sophomore Cap Committee: Sophomore Cotillion Com- mittee: junior Prom Committee: Chairman, Dad's Day 433: Chairman, Mother's Day 433: l'resident, Interlra- ternity Council 443: Illinois Union Cabinet fill! Secre- tary, Illinois Union C43 Honors Day BERNARD RAE PIERRES . . . Chicago Pre-Legal CLOYDE R. PILCHER . . . Sioax City, Iowa Athletic Coaching Phalanx MAURICE LYNDEN PINKSTAEE . Lawrenceville Architectural Engineering Phi lita Sigma: Sigma Tau: Gargoyle: Pi Mu Epsilon: Varsity Wrestling Squad 63, 43 PETER BERNARD PINNA . . . Chicago Pharmacy EDWARD FRANCIS PINTA . . . Berwyn Pharmacy St. Procopius College JOHN THOMAS PIPER . . Wenatchee, Wash. Education Phi Pi Phi Dolphins: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Swimming Squad 113: Varsity Swimming Letter l33: Freshman Varsity Wres- tling Squad: University Band QI, 23 OLIVER PLACE ........ Homer Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A. S, M. li. ' Page 126 GEORGE J. PLESHAR .... . Chicago Pharmacy St. Precopius College JOHN JOSEPH PoER Colorado Springs, Colo Civil Engineering Kappa Zeta Rho Sigma Phi Delta: Scabbard and Blade: A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade C43 Colorado College RAY EDXVIN POLL ...... St. Joseph General Business HOWARD SMITH PONZER , , , La Moille Civil Engineering Beta Theta Pi T u Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Ch' E '1 - ' C - Tiibe of Illini: Freshman vaisit,9s'S'Q.5sSS"zr'Q',f',,,Rf,: Varsity Cross Country Squad 123: Varsity Cross Cgunl try Letter 13 43' Freshman V rsity Track: Varsity , - a Track Letter liz, 3, 43 HERBERT LLOYD PORTER . , Gemrseo Law Sigma Pi Alpha Alpha Alpha: Mask and Bauble: Sophomore Football Manager Honors Day 113 JAMES RALPH PORWANCHER . . . , Chigago Civil Engineering Crane Junior College GEORGE E. POTTS .... Washington, Ind. Accountancy MARGARET POUND ....... Litchjcld Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Daily Illini Q23 1. la. ln. 11. If. Ip. 11... ln. lp I YY FRANK ELIZABETH POWELL . . . Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma MARY IONE POWELL. . . . Education Canton Urbana Woman's Glee Club: University Woman's Debate E CLA 1-4 jx.. ' Q' s 9 5 5 ROMONA AGNES POWELL . . . Joliet 3 Education ' Phi omega Pi 5 5 Z 5 9 i Z ROY ALWYN POWERS .... . Streator g Pre-Legal f Theta Kappa Nu 9 First Regimental Band QU: Concert Band Cz, 3, 43 P 7 9 5 5 r pt B ' CARROLL ERNEST PRATER ..... Cowden Banking and Finance Beta Nu Kappa Eastern Illinois State '1'eacher's College MARY ALVENE PRICE . .... Waukegan Education W. A. A.: Physikos Paideia: Volleyball 123: Basket- ball t37: Apparatus C373 Siren 135 Rosary College ORw1N HADLEY Pucu .... Johnston City Law Phi Alpha Delta United States Naval Academy RAYMOND GEORGE PURNELL . . . Wheaton Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Theta Tau: Scabbard and Blade: Mu San: Icarus: A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade L43 , I LKAAKRSKACKASAS NQFN IQZQ .f. GEORGE CARSON RAEENS . Law . Chicago Sigma Alpha Mu Phi Eta Sigma: News Editor, Daily Illini 133 GEORGE ROBERT RADKE . . . Crystal Lake g Accountancy ALBERT BERTRAM RAEE . . Law . Chicago Nu Beta Epsilon Honors Day QU ETHEL ALICE RAGLAND . . . . , Green-ville Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi Greenville College: Illinois State Normal University ROBERT PEARSON RANDOLPH . . Champaign Banking and Finance ANNETTE SHLAES RAPHAEL . . . Chicago h Pre-Legal X6 Crane Junior College MASON GERARDI RAPP ...... Chicago Architecture Sigma Chi Scarab' Architectural Society' Chairman Homecoming Decorations 135 Ircshman Varsity Fencing RUSSELL SPENCE RATCI I1'FE Clizcago Landscape Architecture Sigma P1 U L A S Mens Glce Club Choral Society Man ager The Vista" lilillhflllllllnll: Page 127 .ff if' l' J. ALBERT RAYNOLDS ..... Springfield Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Interfraternity Council Honors Day ELSIE READY ....... Farmer City Liberal Arts and Sciences Frances Shimer School LESTER W. REEMAN ,.... Bloomington Dentistry Psi Omega Beloit College ,, ., J ..,-,.,,,',,mZ,,.T,,,,,,1 :.- 1 ' ' if in is ',z lggfxi -31 " W elty' I . ,PQI s gb 'S' Mn, r4.i715,, --- ---...-.4g.g.t.:Ls .,- ' if I A GEORGE DAVID RECHER . . . . . Chicago Architectural Engineering Architectural Society LoTTIE BERNICE RECTOR ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences TOM J. REDICAN ....... Freeport Architectural Engineering Theta Kappa Phi GERTRUDE MARY REDMOND . . Chicago Education Rosary College HAZEL H. REEVES ..... . Vandalia Chemistry Page 128 HE. CLA Y , f 'il MARGARET ALICE REHM: .... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon Jamesonian Literary Society: W. A. A.: Gold Feathers: Baseball CID: Volleyball C13 FRANK JOIIN REICIIARDT ..... Mendota Banking and Finance Chi Tau Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Nu Kappa ALVENA DOROTIIEA REICIIMANN . . Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha Mask and Bauble: Pan-Hellenic Council: Staff, i'Twelfth Nikhif' "The Romantic Young Lady," "The Youngest," "The Great Galeoto": Cast, His Zat So" JULES REINAUER .... Lake Charles, La. General Business Zeta Beta Tau Daily Illini C13 Virginia Military Institute LANVRENCE ADRINS REUss .... Bethany Agriculture Phi Pi Phi Sophomore Interscholastic Manager HENRY RICHARD REYNOLDS . . . Lombard Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Icarus GILBERT RIDBACK ....... Chicago I Law Sigma Alpha Mu Fresh man Varsity Football 5 WILLIAM B. RICE Rdnlvul Electrical Engineering Ipl:lllIaI:I ll: 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 'Q 4 4 4 4 4 li , .... ,. I - 1. -. -T73 NORMAN BOLTON RICHARDSON . . . . . . . . North Andover, Mass. Athletic Coaching Theta Kappa Nu Northeastern University IRVING RICI-ITER ..... . ChicaL'0 Pharmacy KATHRYN ISABELLE RICKMAN . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta THOMAS RIOKMAN, JR .... . Chicago Education Sigma Pi Freshman Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squad Cs. 43 CHARLES CYRIL RIDINGER . . . Saunemin Agriculture Sigma Mu Sigma Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Club: Agricultural Education Club HAROLD RICHARD RINOLER . . . Normal A griculture Beta Sigma Psi Pi Delta Epsilon: Agricultural Club: Agronomy Club: Illinois Agriculturisl: C379 Sophomore Interscholastlc Manager: University Judging Team CLARENCE L. RINGQUIST ..... Moline Mechanical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Varsity Football Squad Cz. 352 Varsity Football Letter C493 Varsity Baseball Squad C23 Illinois Wesleyan University ARTHUR GORDON RIPPEY, JR. ..........DesMoines,Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences Ilus . Alpha Alpha Alphag Associate Editor, Siren C33 Honors Day C23 QX AX AX .sX AX .AX .SX .sX ,AK .tX .SX ASX .QX .KX .te LIL Q? HAROLD EUGENE RITTENIIOUSE . . Pontiac Engineering Delta Sigma Tau Phi Alpha Lambda: Technograph Cz, 333 Interirater- nity Council Cz, 33 ROSE LOUISE RIXMAN . . . Nashville Education Southern Illinois Normal University MARTIIA DUTTINE Rona . . . Chicago Education Pi Beta Phi W. A. A.: Swimming CI, 23: Volleyball C333 Track C235 Hockey C131 Life Saving Corpsg Minor IA ROBERT RODD ......... Newton Liberal Arts and Sciences Anubis Captain, University Brigade C43 BROOICS LEEK RODERSON- . . . Sparta H Medicine Phi Beta Pi I'i Kappa Epsilon University of Texas CORXELIA MARY ROBERTS ..... Antioch Liberal Arts and Sciences Loki Eta Sigma Phig Jamesonian Literary Society: Gold Feathers-g W. A. A.: Life Saving Clubg Hockey Cr, 2, 3, 43: Basketball Cr. 2. ,3. 43: Track Cs. 43: Swimming C3, 433 Rifle.Cr3g Minor IA: Daily Illini Cz, 333 Sllldcnl Council C433 Vice-President, Woman's League C435 President, W. G. S, C433 First and Second Council, Womanls League C3, 43 Honors Day HEI.EN M. ROBERTS .... , Chicago Education Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Kappa Delta Chicago Normal College MARY ELIZABETH ROBERTS . . . . Quincy Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sumner Teacher s College' Howard University , 0. 0. 1,. 0. za. 0. A. 1,. 0. 1,. 1.. f.. I.. I., la f Page 129 MERLE G. ROBERTS .... . Woodbine Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha NELSON PHILIP ROBERTS . . . Arcola A griculture Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Club: Caisson Club: Agricultural Education Club: First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade PAUL CARMEN ROBERTS . . Canton Law Delta Theta Phi University Band QI, :J EUGENIA HAISE ROBERTSON . . . . Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Bradley Polytechnic Institute JOSEPIIINE ROBERTSON . . . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences OLIVE JANE ROBERTSON . . . . Chicago Education Bethany Circle Chicago Normal College BERNICE OLIVE ROBINSON . South Bend, Ind. General Business Beta Sigma Omicron Phi Chi Theta: Commercia Rockford College RAYMOND LAVERNE ROBINSON . Chicago Banking and Finance us Alpha kappa PSI Captain University Brigade Il ,K I Q.: I . , . . . QX .QS AX .sX .58 .xk .xX .xX .xX .sX .sX Page 130 VYVYY ALICE MARJORIE ROCHENBACH . Lake Zurich Education Sigma Kappa Torch: Gold Feathers: W. A. A.: Hockey CIE, Captain 62. 3. 49: Basketball 45. 2. 3. 47. Captain 61. 27: Baseball CI, 23: Life Saving Club: WOman's Basketball Manager QD: Chairman, Homecoming Badge Sales 647: Pan-Hellenic Dance Committee 1355 Business Manager, Fashion Revue Q41 MARVIN RUDOLPII RODEMEIER . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon Skull and Crescent Northwestern University E, T. RODRIGUEZ . . Cebu, Philippine Islands Mechanical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club Tribe Oi' Illini: Philippine Illini Club: Varsity Tennis Letter UD University of the Philippines RALPII CHRISTOPHER ROESKE . . . . . . . . . Michigan City, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tu-Mas: Skull and Crescent: Chairman, Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Interfraternal Council Honors Day EARL F. RONNEBERG ...... Oak Park Architectural Engineering Chi Tau Illio Kal MILTON JOHN ROSE ....... Tonica Banking and Finance Delta Sigma Pi Pi Delta Epsilon: .Illini Chamber of Commerce: Daily Illini tn: Enterprlser C2. sl ARTHUR A. ROSENEELD . . . St. Louis, Mo. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau ARTHUR MEYER ROSENTHAL . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Freshman Varsity Basketball V4 JEROME MARTIN ROSENTHAL . . Chicagv Law Sigma Alpha Mu Mask and Bauble: Sophomore Cap Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Chairman, Ticket Sales, "Twelfth Eight," "Prince of Pilsen," "We Are Seven," "LlSt0h ester" CHARLES ALBERT Ross . . . Danville Pre-Medic Theta Alpha Phi Eta Sigma: Illio Cal: First Lieutenant, University Brigade ELSIE LUCILLE Ross ...... Greenfield Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron: Mi-Hila Committee C23 Illinois Wesleyan University LOUIS R011-IIPIELD .... . Chicago Dentistry Alpha Omega' ' Student Council fab New York University MARGARET ROTHMAN . . . Milwaukee, Wis. Architectural Engineering Alpha Alpha Gamma: Architectural Society MARTIN ROTIIMAN . . . . Chicago Law Delta Fraternity ESTHER ALICE RoUNn . . . . Lyndon Chemistry WILI.IAM LEWIS Rowr-: ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho Caisson Club: Interfraternity Council: Varsity Track Squad fab: Senior Hat Committee: Senior Informal Committee il TY? P Y LOREN J. RowEI.L ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psi Upsilon Mask and Hauble: Pierrots: Pi Epsilon Delta: Cast, "Twelfth Night," "Nada": Business Manager, "The Great Galeotn": General Manager, "The Youngest," Post-Exam Jubilee C41 MARGARET JULIA Roy ...... Tolono Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Gold Feathers: Executive Council, W. G. S. 1351 First and Second Councils, Woman's League C3, 43 Honors Day QI, 2, 31 JAMES M. ROVER ....... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon Tu-Mas: Skull and Crescent: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Track Letter iz, 41 I. ALLEN RURENSTEIN . . . , Chigagg Commerce Delta Fraternity REBECCA RUBIN . . . . .... Rock Falls Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon Gregorian Literary Society: Gold Feathers: I'an-Hcl- lenic Council 12, 3, 45: May Fete ALvIN MAcEo RUCKER . . . St. Louis, Mo. . Banking and Finance Kappa Alpha Psi J. RAYMOND Runnocx . ..., , Bement Electrical Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau: A. I. E. E. James Milliken University IRMA RussELr,. . . ..... Hoopeston Home Economics Il. ll. I1. ll.. la. I:. lp. lp. 0. lz. ln. lf. Ip. I., In Page 131 JAMES ALFRED RUSSELL . . M emphis, Tenn. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi University of Arkansas STEPHEN SINTITII RUSSELL ..,. Neponset YYYY A gricultnre Alpha Zeta: Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Livestock Judging Team 123 ALLEN LUCIEN SADIN . . . . Chicago Medicine EDWARD HAMLIONIJ SAFFORD . . . Sycamore Agriculture Farm House Agricultural Club: Illinois Agriculturist 131 TIIEODORE FRANKLIN SAGE .... 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Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma Gregorian Literary Society: Chairman, Freshman Edu. cation Committee 145 - HARRIET SELMA SATTENSTEIN . , , Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma Gregorian Literary Society: Chairman. Dad's Day Tag Committee 1-:J Honors Day 135 ELMER E. SATTGAST . . . , Opdyke Law Sigma Delta Kappa Southern Illinois State Teacher's College VIoI.ET KATHRYN SAUER . . . lVinghr-gig, Education Spanish Club Webster College ROBERT TIIOMAS SAUNDERS . Cincinnati, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Chi Pierrots: Daily Illini 123: Junior Prom Committee 133: Chairman, Mutht-r's Day Publicity Committee 11, 3j CARL F. SCIIAEDE ....... Kankakee Pharmacv Kappa Psi llilllllnlmlb ONETA SCHAFER . . . . . . Cli11t0tl Education Washington University DORIS GEORGIA SCIIEIB . . .' . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Torch: Alpha Sigma Nu: Gold Feathers: Jamesonian Literary Society: Linnean Botany Society: Hockey C133 Soccer Cz, 33: Basketball CI3: Volleyball'C37I SOCQCY Manager, W. A. A. C33: Chairman, Hospital Commut- tee Y. W. C. A. C335 Chairman, Meetings Dept. Y.uW. C. A. C43: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C.. A. C333 Plfst Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. C435 W. A. A. Advisory Board C33 Honors Day DOROTIIY FRANCES SCIIEIB . . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega ' Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: W. A. A.: Gold Feathers: gamesonian Literary Society: Hockey CI, 232 Basket' all C13: Student Council: First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. C43: President, Y. W. C. A. C491 May Fete CI. 25 Honors Day IRENE WII.IIEI.'MENA SCHERMERHORN ............Ridgejarm Education EDWIN C. SCHILLING .... . 0'Fall0r1 Accountancy Acacia Illinois State Normal University EMMA JOAN SCIIILLING . . . Carlyle Education JOHN EnwARn SCI-IMARR . Lawrencebarg, Ind. Architectural Engineering Gargoyle AIBERT GEORGE SCIUVIIDT Palatine Chemistry Unnersity of Chicago A .ax .mx .QX .nt .st AQX AX .sX .AX .xX .xX .xx .xX .ss ll Q7 P l f yy ELMER C. SCIIMIDT . . . . . Wood River Electrical Engineering Shurtleff College FRANCIS MIl.LARD SCHMIDT . . . . Farina Electrical Engineering Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Phalanx: Synton: E. E. Society: Major, University Brigade C43 HELEN ESTELLE SCIIMIDT . . . Chicago Education Theta Phi Alpha Kappa Delta Pi: Gregorian Literary S '-t g I Q . Literary Council: Daily Illini C33 om y n er Chicago Normal College FRED JOHN ScIINI'rzER . . , , Rack bland Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon KATHRTN Scnocx . . -. East Chicago, Ind. Education Alpha Chi Omega Ward Belmont: Indiana University FRANK ELI.swoRTII SCHOOLEY . . Ejiingham Journalism Alpha Chi Rho M.-Wan-Da: S" D-lt' Ch': D I h' - ' Editor, Daily Illhrrgacnc .I I .op ms, Chief News DAVID WIl.I.IAM SCIIOONMAKER . . . Roscoe Education Men's Glee Club CI, 13 LOUISE AUGUSTA Scuorr . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Gold Feathers: Worm-n's Cosmopolitan Club li.. ll. lo. IIA Ia. l:. IQ. In li. If. la. li.. Ia. I4 I Page 133 C. W. HiXRMAN SCIIRADER ..... Clifton Mechanical Engineering Mu Sun: Phalanx: Tau Nu Tau: A. S. E.: I. S. E.: Captain, University Brigade 143 HENRY BERNARD SCIIROEDER . Richmond, Ind. Floriculture Pi Alpha Xi: Floricultural Club Earlham College: Iowa State College JOSEPH MARK SCIIRDEDER . . Richmond, Ind. Floriculture Pi Alpha Xi: Florieultural Club liarlham College ESTHER MAGDALENE SCI-IRUM . . . Lansing Home Economics SIDNEY N. SCHULMAN . . . Chicago Law Alpha Epsilon Pi University oi Chicago: Crane Junior College ELLEN AGNES ScIIUI.I'z , . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenian Literary Society: French Club: German Club: Gold Feathers: First and Second Councils, Woman's League Q43 MAv LOUISE SCIIULTZ ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences MARGARET SCIIUIVIACIIER . . . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Page 134 DoNAI.o N. Scorr .... Kalamazoo, Mich. Athletic Coaching Acacia Fri-sltman Varsity Football JAAIES PUTNAM Scorr ..... Rosamond Electrical Engineering I. s. Ia. A HIIROLD WILI,IAM Scorr ..... Watseka Liberal Arts and Sciences Anubis Adelghic Literary Society: Caisson.Club: Sophomore Base all Manager: Captain. University Brigade Q47 MARIAN CATIIERINE SCOTT . . . Champaign Education Gamma Phi Beta T hr c ld F nam-1 ram C if l, v. w. . . - Saiiibznd ciiuanfil Y. xii. C. A. qzifgf C A M' ROBERT L. Scorr ....... Bethany General Business Chi Phi Beta Gamma Sigma: l'hi l-Ita Sigma WILRUR JACK Sco'r1' .... Dallas, Texas Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Tau Scabbard and Blade: Captain, University Brigade 1,0 WILLIAINI PERCIVAL Scorr ..... Wapella Agriculture Theta Kappa Nu Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Club: Agricultural Edu. cation Club Illinois Slate Normal University JoIIN LocIcE SCRIPPS Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta 1. lz- lp. Il.. I1- In, IQ. In. I. In 4 Ya E, :CLA ALICE L. SEAMEN ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Montana JOHN BISHOP SEAVEY . . Brookhaven, Miss. Architectural Engineering Kappa Sigma Pierrots Southwestern University JOHN EDWARD SEBAT .... . Danville Law Scabbard and Blade: Cavalry Officers' Club: Major, University Brigade 143 CHARLES WILLIAM SEDGWICK . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences WALTER C. SEE ..... Waterloo, Iowa Architectural Engineering Kappa Sigma B. A. I. D. Iowa State Teacher's College: Iowa State College FRED C. SEE1-'ELDT ....... Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ROBERT WATTS SEEMAN .... Maywood Civil Engineering Theta Alpha Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 1' 3' 4 ELMA SEIBERT ........ Belleville Home Economics- ELRENA DOROTHY SEIDER . . . Broadlands General Business Sigma Phi Beta Phi Chi Theta: Gamma Epsilon Pi: Gregorian Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council: Commerce Council: Gold Feathers: Commercia Honors Day Cz, 35 LOUIS GEORGE SEIGER . . Kansas City, Mo. Civil Engineering Tail Nu Tau: A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade 4 Kansas City Junior College JOHN MALCOM SELDON . . . St. Louis, Mo. Accountancy Sigma Delta Rho Kappa Phi Sigma: Tribe of Illini: Men's Glee Club: Varsity Track Squad Cz, 3, 41: Varsity Cross Country Squad cp ALVIN J. SELISKY .... . Chicago Dentistry University Fellowship Club Alpha Omega Crane Junior College CARL G. SELMER . . . J . . Utica Pharmacy Kappa Psi La Salle-Peru Junior College JOSEPH ERVIN SERIIANT . . Berwyn Law Tau Delta Tau Gamma Eta Gamma: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Squad tzl: Chairman, Sophomore Smoker Committee: Illini Board of Control: First Lieutenant, University Brigade C43 Northwestern University ELIZABETH SETTLEMIRE . . . . Mt. Vernon Education Pi Beta Phi MARGUERLTE SEVER .... . . Ashland Education Illinois State Normal University Page 135 YWQY DOROTHY MARIE SEVERN ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Theta Spanish Club University of Chicago MARY FRANCES SEXTON . . . Murray, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences Murray State Teacher's College EARL CHARLES SEYLER . . . . Chicago Education WILBUR CLAIRE SHAND .... Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences Second Regimental Band C23 SARAH JANE SHANK ....... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Beta Ohio State University RICHARD PEARMAN SHANXS . . . . Chicago Civil Engineering Ilus Scabbard and Bladeg Theta Taug Tau Nu Tau: A. S. C. E.g Lieutenant-Colonel, University Brigade 141 S. HARVEY SIIAPIRO . . . . Kankakee Law Alpha Epsilon Pi Business Staff, '4Don"g University Band f GLADYS VIoLA SHAW ...... Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta W. A. A. Rockford College Page 136 JosErH EnwARn SHAW ....... Paris Chemical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa Epsilon: Tribe of Illini: Fe'hman Varsity B sb ll: V 't B b ll Carl? Varsity BaseballaLitiicr C5351 y asc a Squad VIRGINIA BURKE SHAW .,,, Clinton, Lg, Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Sigma Delta Phi Louisiana State University THOMAS VINCENT SHEEHAN . , , , Oggawa Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Tau Sigma: A, S, M, E5 Techno. graph C43 ' Honors Day AXTELL SHEETS ..... Frankfort, Ind. Accountancy Delta Sigma Pi S bb d and Blade: Acc u t - - . Crgonzdl, University Brigadeofzjancy Club' Lieutenant MARY ELIZABETH SHELDON . . St. Louis, M o. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta Ohio Wesleyan University JEANETTE CAMILLE SHEPARD . . . . . . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind, Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Chorus, "Listen, Lester" FLORENCE SHIELDS .... . Greenfield , Education Delta Zeta Daily Illini C332 Cast, "Curtain and Bell" Illinois Woman's College MYRLE IRMA SHINKER .... . . Ludlow Home Economics 1. Ii- lp. ll. If. lp. ln. I1. Ip I Y KIEFFER HARRY SHRINER . . Huntingdon, Pa. Athletic Coaching Sigma Mu Sigma Freshman Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squad Q21 DOROTHY L. SHUMAN ..... Roadhouse Education Delta Sigma Rho: Gregorian Literary Society: Cast, "The Youngest," "Here's To Your Health" ANTON CLARK SIBILSKY . . Laurium, Mich. Pharmacy University of Wisconsin: University of Michigan: Har- vard University GEORGE F. SLEFFERT .... . Oak Park Pharmacy Kappa Psi IRVING J. SIEGAL ..... . . Chicago Law Nu Beta Epsilon: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Varsity Wrestling Squad C2, 3, 41: Varsity Soccer Team K41 FRANCES SIDNEY SIEGEL . .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Tau Gregorian Literary Society: Gold Feathers RUTH CLARA SIEMER .... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Y. W. C. A. Commission WILLIAM HERMAN SIMON . Kansas City, M o. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi A ,.x .ax .ax .ax .ss Ax .Ax .ex .A -A 4sX .A AK -A ll Q7 Y EowIN JAMES SIMONICH ...... Joliet Athletic Coaching Phi Kappa Syssita: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Football Squad iz, 3, 41: Varsity Basketball Squad Cz. 3, 41 EDITH ELr.ANoR SKLOVSKY .... Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon Jamesonian Literary Society MARGARET BEATRICE SLOAN . . Urbana Education Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Board: Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: Gold Feathers: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Sigma Nu: Alethcnai Literary Society: W. A. A.: Physikos Paideia: Hockey Cr, 2, 31: Basketball CI, 2, 31: Appa- ratus CI, 2, 31: Baseball Cr, 21: Hockey Manager C41: Apparatus Manager 131: Minor I. A. ffili Major I. A. 4 Honors Day tx, 2, 31 LoUIs VINCENT SLoTHowER . . Dixon Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Tau Alpha: Pi Delta E 'I : Ad I h' L' Society: Hoof and Horn Club?shEld1ucatioI1pC1I1b:ltgagi cultural Club: Illini Grange: Illinois Agriculturist 141: JULIUS SLUTZKY .... . Chicago Law Delta Fraternity HARRIET LUCILE SMILEY . .... Peoria . Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta Woman's Glee Club C31 Bradley Polytechnic Institute BERNICE ESTLIER SMITH . Chandlersville, Ohio Home Economics CLAYTON ELBERT SMITH . . . . Albion Public Utilities University of Florida lf. li. If. ll. ln. lp. la. ln. la. I1. I.. 11. Ia. I.. I4 Page 137 YKYYKV4 CHARLES LEE SIVIITH ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences University Band Cz, 3, 4D Crane Junior College CHARLES OTIs SMITH .... Jacksonville Medicine Phi Chi Illinois College EDWARD LoUIs SMITII ..... Elmhurst Engineering Triangle Phi Alpha Lambdag Engineering Dance Committee C35 FRANCES JOSEPHINE SMITH . . Urbana Journalism Alpha Chi Omega Thelta Sigma Phig. Sophomore Informal Committee: junior Prom Committee HAROLD FLEMING SMITH ..... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Theta Taug Dolphins: Freshman Varsity Swimmingg Varsity Swimming Squad C29 HAYWAEII MATTHEWS SMITH . Louisville, Ky. Accountancy Phi Beta Sigma Howard University HELEN JEANNETTE SMITH . . . . Chicago Journalism Burrill Botany Society: Soccer C35 MILDRED LAVENE SMITH Champaign Liberal Arts and Sczenret AX AX .QX .xX .QX .sk .sX AX .AX .sX .sX Page 138 E CLA 1929 RANDALL DELIVAN SMITH . . St. Louis, Mo. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A. S. C. E. RUSSELL CURLEE SMITH . . St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A. S. M. E. RUssEL EDYVARD SMITH . . , Cordova Education Augustana College VIRGINIA PONVERS SMITH . , , , D Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi HOWARD JOSEPH SNITOEE , , , , Chicago Architectural Engineering A. S. C. E. Crane Junior College Home Economics EMILY BELLE SNIVELY .... . Lanark Y Illinois-Wesleyan University Y Y A X s U D 'Nw .A - .s EMMA SNOOK . . . . . . . , Cutler Home Economics Home Economics Club Southern Illinois State Teacherls College IRA D. SNYDER ........ . Peoria Athletic Coaching Sigma Delta Rho Delta Theta Epsilon A AX .QS P N ? ? X ? X I X X ? ? X ? is Roy K. SNYDER ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho LESLIE EDWARD SODERQUIST .... Moline Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ANN ELIZABETH SOLON .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Torch: Theta Sigma Phi: Mask and Bauble: Illiola Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council: Journalism Council: Junior Assistant, Daily Illini C335 Gold Feather Council Cab: First Council, Woman's League Kal: Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Junior Informal Committee: Chairman, Homecoming Reunion Commit- tee Czl: Chairman, Homecoming Information Commit- tee 133: May Fete CI, 23: Production Staff, "Arms and the Man," "The Romantic Young Lady," "The Butter and Egg Man," "The Great Galeoto," "The Youngest," "Is Zat So?": Tickets Chairman, "Twelfth Night": Business Staff, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Honors Day CI, 21 HAL JAY SoNA .... . . . . Sullivan Chemical Engineering AGNES MARIE SONGER . . . . Boudville Education Choral Society: Woman's Glee Club 43, 47 WlLI.lAM FLOYD SONNEMANN . . Vandalia Law Delta Theta Phi GENEv1EvE RUTH SORENSEN . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Shi-Ai: Eta Sigma Phi: Illiola Literary Society: Siren C233 Junior Informal Committee: Chairman, D:id's Day Reception Committee C41 HENRY M. SPACK .... Kansas City, Mo. Banking and Finance Kansas City Junior College ' RAYNIOND DAVID SPEAKINIAN . . Chicago Pharmacy CHARLES AINSWORTII SPEARS . . Champaign Pre-Medic Omega Beta Pi SAMUEL WALDO SPECTIIRIE . . . Rock Island Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi MARY OLIVE SPEER .... Fort Smith, Ark, Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Sweet Briar College EDWARD LEEDS SPEIZLNIAN . . . . . . . Manila, Philippine Islands General Business Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Kappa Psi: Sigma Iota Epsilon: Mask and Bauble: Commerce Council: Captain, University Bri.. lzade 447 ALMA SPENCER ....... , Peoria , Home Economics Phi Mu Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Economics Club LEONARD MII.FORD SPIRA . .... Chicago Law Pre-Legal Club: Freshman Varsity Track VERNA M. SIIITZER ..... East St. Louis - Education Page 139 HENRY GEORGE SPOERL . . . . . Chicago Civil Engineering Sophomore Interscholastic Manager PAUL H. STAEDKE ...... Homewood Accountancy Kappa Zeta Rho Accountancy Club: Freshman Varsity Track Honors Day C0 CLAUDE BERTRAM STANLEY . . Accountancy . Chester JOHN JosEPII STANTUS .... St. Charles Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Track Northern Illinois State Teacher's College IRENE LOUISE STARK . . . Education Alpha Delta Pi National Kindergarten and Elementary College . Chicago KENNETH ALEXIS STARK . . . . Nebo Agriculture Delta Sigma Tau Freshman Varsity Wrestling Illinois College MELVIN JOHN STEIN ...... La Salle Industrial Administration La Salle-Peru Junior College ELMER PAUL STEINBERG Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Oberlin College Vx ..x ..x .xx ..x .tx .xx -..x .xx .xx .ax P Page 140 HE CLA 929 CARL HAssoN STEINLIARDT ..... Peoria Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma Eta Kappa Nu: E. E. Society Honors Day Cr, 25 ARTHUR STEPHENS ....... Macomb Athletic Coaching WILLIAM ALFRED STEPHENSON . . . . . . . . . .Indianapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Chi Daily Illini Cr, 2. 3.3: Sports Editor, Illio 445 HELEN FRANCES STEWART , , Mgggmb Education Zeta Tau Alpha Gold Feathers LYLE FRANKLIN STEWART . .,,, El pam Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Phi Kappa: Zoology Club James Milliken University . ' A lf" ,-I I Q 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 9 OLIVER WINSTON STEWART . . , Winslow Agriculture Scabbai-d,and Blade: Icarus: Farm Mechanics Club: Cavalry Officers' Club: A. S. A. E.: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Squad 127: Major, University Brigade C43 PAUL ARLINGTON STEWART . . . , Jolie: Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Joliet Junior College ANNE LOUISE STILL ..... . Urbana Home Economics Phi Omega Pi Omicron Nu: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Gold Feathers: lamesonian Literary Society: First Council, Womanls cague: Home Economics Club: Chairman, Junior Woman's Faculty Tea Committee: President, Pan- Hellenic Council C35 Y 4 4 2 4 4 4 I4 I1.. In, lp. hi. If. In. If.. 11. I.. 4 5' Sf' FRANCIS BoEcHI-:R STINI-: .... Chicago Commerce and Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Delta Phi: Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Tribe of Illini: Band of X5 Alpha Alpha Alpha: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Letter Cz, 3, 415 Varsity Cross Country Letter Cz, 3, 41 ELIZABETH COVERT STIVEN . . Urbana Music Alpha Omicron Pi Mu Kappa Alphag Illiola Literary Society: Choral Societyg University Junior Orchestra Cz, 31 FRANCES MARJORY STOCKING . . . Hamilton Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Deltag Sigma Delta Phi: Woman's Cos- mopolitan Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C315 Co-Chair- man, Faculty Tea Committee C51 Syracuse University RAYMOND WILLIAM SIOLTEY .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon HOWARD KENNETH STORY . . . Tower Hill Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Xi University Band Cz, 31 Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College KENNETH WAGNER STOTLER .... Streator General Business Chi Beta HELEN VERA STRANO . . . . Chicago Education Beta Sigma Omicron Jamesonian Literary Society: Daily Illini CI15 Illio C115 Spanish Club: French Club: Italian Club GRACE IsLEv STRETCHER .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Momus - EI Ctrculo Espanol Le Cercle Francais Volleyball C21 1 . 4 : 3: , l l :pix .x Ax Ax .A .tx .xx ..x .ax Ax .ex .A .A .ax AQ T i Li wtf FORREST ROBERT STRIEGL . Fort Atkinson, Wis. Floriculture Alpha Zeta: Pi Alpha Xi Marquette University: University of Wisconsin HAROLD CARL STRUCK ...... Geneva Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Alpha A CAROLYN JULIA STUEBE ..... Danville Landscape Architecture Kappa Sigma Tau Alpha Alpha Gamma DNVIGHT THEODORE STUESSY . . Woodstock Education Phi Sigma Kappa M-Wan-D:Sh gDlt ThtE"l- ' Illinig Varsity Exgottlmrblll Lettteqb Cz,e3? 41ml on' Tnbe of MARIE ANNA STURDYVIN . . . Champaign Education ALFRED E. STUTTLE ..... Champaign Electrical Engineering E. E. Society MARIAN REBECCA SULEEBA .... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Lindenwood College CATHERINE MARGUERITE SULLIVAN . Galesburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Knox College Ii. la- ll. lp. lp. Ii.. Ip- ll. If. la, I1.. I1. I.. la. Page 141 FRANCIS NICHOLAS SULLIVAN . . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. Crane Junior College IRENI: VIOLET SULLIVAN . . . Louisville Education Southern Illinois State Teacher's College PITINIAN Z. SULLIVAN . . . Urbana Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Alpha Delta: Kappa Phi.Sigma: Sophomore Cap Committee: Law Dance Committee George Washington University LEWIS RANDOLPH SUTIN . Kansas City, Mo. Pre-Legal A Phi Epsilon Pi Delta Sigma Rho: Kappa Phi Sigma: Mask and Bauble: Inter-Literary Counci 5 Interfraternity Council: Fresh- man Varsity Golf: Varsity Golf Letter C411 Freshman Frolic Committee: So homore Cotillion Committee: Varsity Debate 62, 3, 4l,: Cast, "Twelfth Night," "The Great Galeoto," 'tNada" DALE E. SUTTON ....... Oak Park General Business Kappa Delta Rho Phi Eta Sigma: News Editor, Daily Illini fs, ESTHER M. SNVANSON . . Jamestown, N. Y, Education Alpha Delta Theta Spanish Club Fredonia State Normal: Cornell University VIRGINIA HOI,LISTER SWARTZ . . Edina, Mo. Education Kappa DI-Ita Pi William Woods College ELHERT FREEMTAN SWEARINGEN . . Canton General Business Chi Beta Illio CI, U: Siren tg, 43: Chairman. junior-Faculty Reception Committee: Senior Hat Committee: Mens Glee Club 43, 42: lnteriraternity Council Q33 Page 142 DON DOLDER SWENEY . .... Riverside Mechanical Engineering Triangle Scgbbard and Blade: First Lieutenant, University Bri- ga e MILDRED LOUISE SXVENSON .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi Spanish Club CLINTON EVERT SWIFT . . . Highland Park Mechanical Engineering Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. L.: Caisson Club: Technograph tg, 3, 45: Chplain' University Brigade MAURICE EDWIN SWIFT . . , , , I Tonica Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Tau Eta Kappa Nu EDGAR OREN Sworn . . . . . Annapolis Education Sigma Mu Sigma Agricultural Club Eastern Illinois State Teacherls College: Washington University VIRGINIA REED TAGGART . . . St. Louis, Ma, Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau Harris College: St. Louis University EVER!-ITT ARTIIUR TANBROOK . . . ' ....... Kansas City, Mg, General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi lita Sigma: Sophomore Football Manager FRANK SLLBT' TARVIN .... Lawrenceville Pre-Legal Chi Psi Tu-Mas MURL ELVYN TASCHER . . . Ashkum A griculture Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Zeta ANGUS DONALD TAYLOR . . . A griculturc Delta Sigma Tau Agricultural Club: Agronomy Club JOHN S. TAYLOR ....... Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Bradley Polytechnic Institute MAURINE ELIZABETH TAYLOR . . Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta RAYMOND Aucusrus TAYLOR . Education DALE CARPENTER TEACH . . . Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Agricultural Club: Dairy Club FRANK DYVAIN TELIPLE . . . . Champaign Electrical Engineering E, E, Society RAY FREDERICK THIESSE . . Chicago Law Theta Alpha Phi Alpha Delta Crane Junior College SOON HEE THO . Poerwokerto, Java KN. E. IJ Electrical Engineering CRAWFORD A. THOLIAS . . . Sterling Music Blu Kappa Alpha: Phi Mu Alpha CHARLES EVERETT THOMAS . Montezuma, Ind. Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon: Sysstia: Cavalry Officers' Club: Captain, University Brigade LAURA LEE THOMAS . . . Greenwood, Miss. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Lindenwood College MARVIN IGNATIUS THOMAS . . . . Chicago Electrical Engineering E. E. Society: Freshman Varsity Cross Country: Fresh- man Varsity Track: A. I. E. E. Loyola University VIRGINIA MARION THOMAS . . . Charleston ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College EDVVARD FRANKLIN THOMPSON, JR. . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi Skull and Crescent: Tu-Mas: Al h Al h Al h ' Alpha Delta Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilgn? l'ielirOats: Igaiily Ellflltfg. 233 SIYCH C391 Publicity Chairman, Dadls HY S FERN ELIZABETH THOIKIPSON . . Bcardstown Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Choral 'Society: Lc Cerclc Francais: First Council, Woman s League Page 143 444445 LEE E. THOMPSON ..... Gibson City Education Normal University THEODORE TIIOMPSON .... Martinsville Pre-Legal Sigma Delta Kappa JULIA MARIE TIIORNIIURGII . . Urbana Education Loki JOIIN NEv11.I,E TIIORNBURN . . Urbana Law Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Alpha Delta: Pi Epsilon Delta: Pierrots: Mask and Bauble: Illini Theatre Guild: Manager, "The Butter and Egg Man," t"I'lIe Romantic Young Lady" ENOS BARTON THORNTON ..... Chicago Education Daily Illini C253 First Lieutenant, University Brigade C49 MARGARET EI,vINA TI-IRASHER . . Thawuille Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Rockford College EUNICE LIIELLA TIIUMLEY . . . Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: Alcthenai Literary So- ciety: Daily Illini CID Northwestern University HUSE NORWOOD TIEIIETTS . Glen Cove, Maine Athletic Coaching Phi Mu Delta Page 144 YY ALICE MARGARET TIEBOUT . . Evansville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences EINIANUEL MANIJEL TIKOTZKY . . Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma EDXVIN L. TINDALL . Colorado Springs, Colo. Mechanical Engineering Kappa Zeta Rho 1 Pi Tau Sigma: Sc bb d d Bl 4- ' . AI. Ia.: captain, bniihmirly Brizgildi: liiisson Club' A' S' ROBERT P. TOEIN .... . , , Gilbefgg Commerce and Law Theta Kappa Phi Alpha Alpha Alpha: Sophomore Cot' ' ' . Junior Prom Committee: Sophomorellggg 83:23:22: Junior Cap Committee: Senior Hat Committee- Chai,-1 man, Homecoming Stamp Sales C353 Junior Director Illinois Union: Senior Director, Illinois Union ' LETA TOLL ....... Chicago Heights Education Kappa Sigma Tau W. A. A.: Basketball C332 Baseball C35 Chicago Normal College ABNER ABRAHAM: TOOTIIAKER . Dryden, Maine Athletic Coaching Lambda Alpha Lambda MARY MARGARET TORTICIL . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences EDMUND FRANCIS TOTH . . . . Grange Architectural Engineering Gargoyle: Architectural Society: A. S. C. E La 1. Ii- 11. II. I1. lp. Ii. In. I, I: YY DOROTHY TOYNTON .... . Palatine Education Zeta Tau Alpha Jamesonian Literary Society Chicago Normal College E. KiXTIIRYN TRAINOR . . . . . Newton Home Economics Home Economics Club: Choral Society University of California HOWARD P. TREES ........ Sidney Athletic Coaching Sysstia: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 137 MiKRY TRENCIIARD ....... De Land Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Athenian Literary Society: W. A. A.: Basketball 11.12. 37: Chairman, Y. W. C. A. Faculty Finance Commit- tee 137: Executive Council, Gold Feathers 127: Chair- man, Woman's League Bulletin Board 12, 37: General Chairman, Doll Show 137: Co-Chairman, Tickets Com- mittee, Stunt Show 137: Chairman, Tickets Committee, Woman's League Fashion Review 137.: Inter-Literary Society: Student Council 147: President, Womans League 147 BERNICE W. TRESS ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Illiola Literary Society University of Chicago ROBERT H. TR1NKLE ..... Leipsic, Ind. Architectural Engineering Gargoyle: Sigma Tau: First Lieutenant, University Bri- gade 147 JAMES ERNEST TRIPP . . . . . Greenview General Business CARL REINIIARD TROGNITZ Rudolstadt, Germany Pharmacy Illini Pharmacist AX .ax AX .sX .gt .st .xX .QS .QS .sS .sX AA .xX ..sX .sX Q7 5- HEI.EN AGNES TUCKER .... Champaign General Business Phi Chi Theta: Commercia MARY TUCKER ...... . Berwyn Education Delta Delta Delta Alpha Sigma Nu: Gold Feathers: W. A. A.: Soccer 12, 337: Basketball 12, 37: Baseball 12, 37: Woman's Chairman, Homecoming Street Decorations 137: Dance Chairman, May Fete 137: Dance Supervision Commit- tee 147: Woman's Chairman, Homecoming Stunt Show 147: General Chairman, Fashion Review 147 Morton Junior College GEORGE HOLBORN TURNER . . . Belvidere Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Ma-Wan-Da: Sachcm: Alpha Delta Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Interlraternity Council: Student Council 147: Business Manager, Daily Illini 147 THOINIAS ALLEN TURNER . . . . Victoria Liberal Arts and Sciences RUSSELL JAMES TURNEY . . Maywood Law Delta Chi Phi Delta Phi: Scahbard and Blade: Cavalry Oflicers' Club: Junior News Editor, Daily Illini 137: Interfra- ternity Council: Captain, University Brigade 147 DOROTHY ANN TURNQUIST . . Chicago Journalism Delta Zeta Daily Illini 137 FLORA ANNETTE TWINGSTRAND . Oak Park Education Crane Junior College L. RAYMOND TWYMAN . . . Butler, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Phi Mu Delta Alpha Lambda Sigma' A. S. M. l'l.' S. A. F. Central College 4 4 4 . , ' , L Q 4 4 4 I4 11. lf. 11. 11... A. 0. 1,. 0. 11. 1,. 1., 11. 1,. I.. fs. 76 Page 145 Tum 'sl SARAH LOUISE TYLER . . . . DeKalb Education Delta Gamma Northern Illinois State Teacher's College ALICE JOANNA TYSDALE . . . Lee Education Kappa Delta Pi Northern Illinois Slate Teacher's College RICHARD THEODORE UBBEN . . . . Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda A. S. C. E.: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C41 CLARENCE JOSEPH UHLIR . . Chicago Engineering Beta Psi CIIARLES CI.EMENs ULRICII . . Chicago Law Sigma Delta Kappa Order of the Coit: Phi Eta Sigma: Adelphic Literary Society: Post-Exam Jubilee 133: Star Course Board of Advisers C311 Captain, University Brigade C43 ERVING JosEPIr ULRICII .... Chicago Industrial Administration Adelphia: Literary Society: Cavalry Officers' Club: Captain, University Brigade C41 HEI.EN VANCE UNDERWOOD . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences McKendree College HENRIETTA UNDERWOOD .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Northwestern University A454 Page 146 CORA MARIE UNWILLER . . . . Homer Home Economics ALPHA MARGARET VARY .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Theta German Club BERNICE MARC-ARETI-IA VALBRACHT . Chicagg Education DILL PRESTON VAN DUYN . . Champaign General Business Delta Chi HAVERLY H. VAN Epps . . , I Lena General Business Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Day Beloit College LOUISE E. VANNATIA . . Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha.Xi Delta Pan-Hellenic Council 1355 Volleyball C25 ALICE ELIZABETH VANSANDS . . Oak Park Education Sigma Kappa Sigma Delta Phi: llliola Literary Society: Inter-Literary Council: W. A. A.: Gold Feathers: Hockey QU: Chair. man, Scenery Committee Doll Show Q43 1 CLARA VIRGINIA VAUGHN . . Champaign Education Zeta Tau Alpha Gold Feathers: Illio C21 tba SQA 4 All VIRGINIA OLIVE VEALE . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Loki Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Omicron Nu: Kappa Delta Pi FRED HENRY VESEL ...... Chicago Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon: Icarus: Scabbard and Blade: Varsity Gym Team 63. 47: Varsity Soccer Squad 147: Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade C43 LORENA RODI-:RTA VETTER . Mount Pulaski Education Presbyterian Hall Denver University VELVIE MAURINE VETTER . . . Rock Island Liberal Arts and Sciences Gold Feathers HAROLD ALFRED VICK . . . . Elgin Pharmacy Kappa Psi QUENTIN C. VINES ...... Urbana Electrical Engineering E. E. Society: A. I. E. E. Purdue University: University of Michigan ALBERT GEORGE VIOLA . .... Nokomis Electrical Engineering JOSHUA SANFORD VISSION .... Chicago Dentistry , Alpha Omega: Student Council 63, 45 Crane Junior College ..x ..x ..x .xx ..x .tx .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .A ..x .xx .xi Q7 S JEROME EDNVARD VOGT .... Waterloo Agriculture Phalanx: Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Council: Caisson Club: First Lieutenant. University Brigade LEILA DELL VOLEERDING .... Watseka Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Gangma Alpha Chi: Gold Feathers: Daily Illini Cz, 3, 4 HARRY AUSTIN VOORHEES Batdwinsoille, N. Y. Electrical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi Synton: E. E. Society GEORGE ERNEST VORBACH Morgantown, W. Va. Athletic Coaching West Virginia University FRANK vom .... L . Winjield, Kan. General Business Delta Chi Sigma Iota Epsilon: Sophomore Track Manager Southwestern College DOROTIIY FAY VOSE ...... Urbana ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi: Pi Delta Phi: Gold Feathers: Y. W. C. A. Commission 143 Honors Day ETHEL MARION VRANA ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Aeolia Crane Junior College IRMA MARIE VRBA ...... Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences N I I ll. II. Il. 2.10. Il. Il. Il. Il. Il. la. ll. Ip. Ip. ln. Page 147 ROLAND SANFORD WACIIOD Cherry Tree, Pa. Athletic Coaching Pi Kappa Alpha Freshman Varsity Basketball' Varsity Basketball Squad MARY JUNIATA WAGENSELLER . . . Urbana Home Economics Beta Sigma Omicron Omicron Nu' Home Economics Club Knox Collage' Illinois Wesleyan University GLENN R. WAHL ....... Walnut Banking and Finance Freshman Varsity Track LILLIAN FRANcEs WAIIDRON . . Chenoa Education Linnean Botany Society Illinois State Normal University HAROLD BIRREL WALK . . . . Milton A griculture Alpha Tau Alisha: Illini Grange: Agricultural Club: Agricultural E ucation Club Illinois State Normal University ' YQ? C'2, 39 y ANNIE LOUISE WALKER .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Alpha RALPH B. WAI.KER. ..... Harvard General Business Theta Kappa Nu SAMUEL CARL WALKER . . . Champaign Public Utilities Tau Delta Tau ALICE TERESE WALL .... . . Freeport General Business Phi Chi Theta: Gamma Alpha Chi University of Wisconsin ALICE FERN WALLACE . . . East St. Louis Education Stephens College DORIS E. WALLIS .... , , Marshall Home Economics Delta Delta Delta Phi UD5il0n 0miCl'0HI Omicron Nu: Home Economics Club: Enterpriser Cz, 33 Honors Day GWENDOLYN ANNE WALLS . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Shi-Ai: Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Junior Prom Committee CHARLES EDWIN WAMPLER . . . Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences Ph' Eta Sigma: Phi Sigma Ph': C b' , Y, 15 , Qi: vice President, v. M. lc. iA.'mfiOg Ufiivgfsiixyl Band 0. 2, 3. 41 Honors Day RALPH MARION WANDLING . . . , Alton Mechanical Engineering Delta'Sigma Lambda Theta Tau: A. S. M. E.: Interiraternity Council Shurtleff College PING NAN WANG . . . Hongchow, China Commerce Tsing Hua College RUTH W. WANOELIN ...... Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Delta Pi: First Council, Woman's League L0 Pan-Hellenic Council 141 Lindenwood College Page 148 . la. lp. li. ln- la. Ip. lo. I., lo l 9 9 t 5 9 ? 9 P 9 r f I i Z t 9 5 9 D 9. V YY JAMES DAYTON WARD ..... Sycamore Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Skull and Crescent: Interfraternity Council: Chairman. Homecoming Registration Committee C22 LETITIA ELIZABETH WARD . . Mt. Vernon Education Pi Beta Phi MTNNIE WARNECKE ..... Princeton Liberal Arts and Sciences Western Illinois State Teacher's College SAM WASSERMAN ....... C hicaS0 General Business Senior Memorial Committee MARGARET STUART WATSON . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Alethenai Literary Society: Accommodations Chairman, Homecoming 131 Northwestem University MARJORIE B. WATSON ...... Joliet Liberal Arts and .Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Daily Illini ta, 31 Lindenwood College NORMAN ALLEN WATSON .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Mu Epsilon: Phi Sigma Phi Honors Day EARL W WAx Newman Liberal Arts and Sciences Varsity Football Squad 147 x . 5 - - 1 l v A t l- i x .st .ax .ax .A -A .xx .ex .cs .ex .ax .Ax .ax Ax .SQ ll Q7 Y HUGH DONALD WEAR . . Dowagiac, Mich. - Electrical Engineering 'fast Nu Tau: E. E. Society: Major, University Brigade 4 ANNA MARGARET WEATIiERFORD . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Pi Mu Epsilon: Eta Sigma Phi: jamesonian Literary Society: Choral Society: Gold Feathers: First and Second Council, 2VtSman's League Cz, 43: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 3 PAUL BENJAMIN WEBB . . . Bloomington Mechanical Engineering Scabbard and Blade: A. S. M. E.: Caisson Club: Major, University Brigade C43 FRANCES WEBBER ..... Bloomington Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Illinois Wesleyan University ANNA MARIEWEBER . Cape Girardeau, Mo. Home Economics Omicron Nu Philips University: University of California ROBERT F. WEBER ...... Chicago ' Architectural Engineering SAMUEL HERBERT WEBER . . . Chicago Accountancy Delta Fraternity Sophomore Circus Manager: Chorus, "Prince of Pilsen" DEvoRA1T SYLVTA WECI'ISLER . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma Sigma Delta Pi' Spanish Club' French Club' German Club' Gregorian Literary Society 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1.. 11 f Page 149 JEROME M. WECIiTER ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Epsilon Pi Interfraternity Council 445: Daily Illini Cx, 2, 37: First Lieutenant, University Brigade C35 HELENE LUCILE WEEDMAN . . Minonk Music Alpha Xi Delta Mu Kappa Alpha: Illiola Literary Society: Woman's Glee Club: Choral Society: Chorus, "Listen Lester" Honors Day HARVEY EDWARD WEHRMANN . . . . . . . . . . Higgins'uille,Mo. Floriculture Eta Omega Delta Pi Alpha Xi: Floricultural Club Central College: University of Denver MARY ELIZABETH WEINBERG . Education . DuQuoin Chi Omega Southern Illinois State Teachc-r's College MURIEL ELSA WEINEERGER . Cleveland, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Ohio State University MILDRED MoNA WEISSNER . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane Junior College MARTHA GERTRUDE WELCII . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Gold Feathers: Baseball Czj: Basketball 435: Chair- man, Homecoming Committee C53 HENRY WELGE ...... St. Louis, Ma. Chemical Engineering Pi Mu Epsilon Washington University Page 150 .1 Q , WF , , !v Xx-fx E CLA v Y 1929 eel,- A' if jf fi? if 75" ' MF . 'A-...K 331.1 Sill 'Yi V. ALBERT ADCOCK WELLS ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta: Phalanx: Tau Nu Tau: A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade jo HELEN WELLS . . . . . Fontana, Wis. Education Alpha Sigma Nu: Tcrrapin: Life Saving Club: Woman's Cosmopolitan Club LaCrosse School of Physical Education JOHN ALBERT WELLS ..... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi Pierrots: Mask and Bauble: Cast, 'lNadn," H15 gm Sn" RowExA ELIZABETH WELLS .,,, Aledg Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Gulf Park College MARX' FRANCES WEST . . . West Chicago Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Rockford College WALTER RALPH WEST . . . . . Augusta I General Business Concert Band Cr, 2. 3. 43 EowARo-GAIL hVES'1'BROOK . . . Glen-view Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Tau Crane Junior College JULIA ELIZABETH WESTERN .... Dundee Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa Shi-Ai: Sigma Delta Phi: Illiola Literary Society: Gold Feathers: Choral Society: first Council, Woman's League: Inter-Literary Council HOWARD ADOLPI-I WESTPHAL . . . Chicago General Business Ilus Alpha Kappa Psi: Freshman Varsity Tennis: Varsity Tennis Squad CAD: Sports Editor, Ilho 43, 4Jj S0Dh0' more Football Manager: Interfraternity Council C43 LYLE KENNETH WHEADON . . Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Chi Phi Delta Phi: Interfraternity Council ' R. LOWRIE WHEATON, JR. .... W hefllvll Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Psi Skull and Crescent: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet EDXVARD TODD WHEELER ..... Wilmot!!! Architectural Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Keramosg-Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Tau: Major, University Brigade Q43 HONN'ARD A. WHEELER . . . Newport, R. I. Athletic Coaching Phi Kappa Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 62. 3, 47 DORIS EMILIE WIIINREY . . . Muncie, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Anonian Literary Society: Jamesonian Literary Society: Tadpole: Life Saving Club: Swimming 133 Indiana State Normal College DOROTHY MERLE WHITE ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Daily Illini Cal HAROLD RAYMOND WHITE . . Richmond, Ind. Law , Phi Gamma Delta I i Phi Delta Phi: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Skull and Cres- cent: Tribe of Illini: Scabbard and Blade: Captain Yar- sity Cross Country 437: Varsity Track Letter 43, 47. Captain 143: Major, University Brigade QX .x .xx .AX AX -NX .xX AX AX .QS .QX .A .xx .sX .se ii Q3 I STANLEY SPENCER WIIITTIER . . Chicago Dentistry Theta Chi Delta Sigma Delta University of Maine JOSEPH EDYVARD WIIITXVANI . . . Joliet Athletic Coaching Joliet Junior College GEORGE KENNETH WHYTE . . . Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescent: Tu-Mas: T 'b f Ill' ': V ' Golf Letter C3, 45, Captain C45 n e 0 ml army SOL BROWN WIczER ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Fraternity Cavalry Officers' Club: Sophomore T lc M ' Captain, University Brigade me anger' JOHN LEINIUEL WIEGREFFE .... Barnett Electrical Engineering Alpha Lambda Tau Synton: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: E. E. Society: First Lieu- tenant, University Brigade GRANT HARRISON WIER . . . . Augusta Accountancy Sigma Iota Epsilon: Accountancy Club: University Band CI, 2, 35 THEODORE BURTON WIEsE .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho Daily Illini 121 ROBERT DEXTER WILEY .... Champaign Civil Engineering ..C. Z. Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy 1 A S I' t lf. Ii. ln. ll.. la. lp. lg. 11. l1. If. lp, lp. lo. I.. A Page 151 FRANCIS A. WILGUS ...... Rockford Industrial Administration Captain, University Brigade C33 WILLIAM GRAFTON WILKINS . East St. Louis Railway Electrical Engineering RAYMOND ELLIER WILKINSON . . Rock Falls Accountancy CLARENCE ARTHUR WILLARD . . . Oak Park Law Ilus Phi Delta Gamma: Kappa Phi Sigma: Intertraternity Council MARIAN ELEANOR WILLCOX . . . Wyoming Home Economics Presbyterian Hall Home Economics Club Bradley Polytechnic Institute WILLIAM MARBLE WII.LETT, JR. . . . Aurora Banking and Finance Phi Delta Theta Sachem: Band of X: junior Intramural Manager: Board of Directors, Y. M. C. A. KATHRYN REGINA WILLI . . . Murphysboro Music Choral Society Illinois Woman's College MILTON LEONARD WILLIAMS . . Chicago Education Alpha Epsilon Pi Varsity Baseball Squad C35 Page 152 WILLIALI LLEWELYN CHARLES WILI.IAMS . . . . . . . . . . . .Mount0li've Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: Phi Eta Sigma: E. E. Society: Captain, University Brigade Honors Day EDWIN PAUL WILLIAMSON .... Chicago Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Albion College FRANCES R. WILLIAMSON ..., , Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega W. A. A.: Life Saving Club: Daily Illini Q21 DAWSON PERRY WILSON . . . . Peoria Chemistry Gamma Pi Upsilon Scabbard and Blade: Int i t ' " Officers' Club: mjur, Unihxsigniiiiggggnfglj Infantry Honors Day EDXVARD WALTER WILSON . . . Woodstock Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. HAROLD KENNETII WILSON . , Urbana A griculture Tau Delta Tau Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma HOWARD A. WILSON, JR. . Middletown, Ohio Education Q Delta Kappa Epsilon Mask and Bauble Miami University: West Virginia University MARJORIE ELOISE WILSON .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Torch: Alethenai Literary Society: Gold Feathers: Sec ond Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 12,37 1. l:. In II. 11- Ia. la. In. I.. I4 -4 I 5 K 5 BENJAMIN RUTHEREQRD WINDSOR . Colchester Ceramic Engineering Acacia Keramos' S. B. A. C. S. FRANKLIN F. WINGARD . . . Chicago Law Sigma Delta Kappa Phalanx' Captain University Brigade C25 HENRY THOMAS WINIEREAUER . . Athens Foreign Commerce Theta Delta Chi Tu-Mas RosE HELEN WIRCHAK . . . Devatuf Education STANLEY CoA'rEs WITHEE . Independence, M o. Electrical Engineering E. E. Society: A. I. E. E. Kansas City Junior College 'QM 4? 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 . 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 D 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 K I 5 5 5 5 5 D 5 I 5 5 9 5 5 5 P CHARLES HENRY WITTENBERG . Sl. Louis, Mo. Law G. MERCEDES WITTENFELD . . . Collinsville Home Economics Alpha Lambda Delta: Omicron Nu: .Phi Upsilon Omi- crong Gold Feathers: Home Inconomlcs Club Honors Day HOWARD EUGENE WOLD ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Beta Sigma Psi ' . ? ? il :SQ AX .ax AX .xX 48 .sS .Q .sX .QS .QX .sX Ai .sX .xX .sg N T? F I Y KAT1IRYNLORRAINEWOI,F . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences CHARLES WOI.INSKY .... . Chicago Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Crane Junior College GRACE CHRISTINE WoI.'rER . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences French Club: German Club Honors Day Q21 ANITA BLANCI-IE WooD ..., , , Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi EDWIN. FRANCIS WOOD . - . . . Oak Park Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda Phi Alpha Lambda HORACE MAXRION WooD ...... Benton Electrical Engineering Scabbard' and Blade: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Synton: Mili- tary Ball Committee 1433 Engineers' Dance Committee f4,Q Lieutenant-Colonel, University Brigade C41 Honors Day KI, :J STANLEY WESLEY WooDs . . . Bunker Hill Civil Engineering Illinois College EDNA VAN ETTEN WooLsEY . Port Jervis . . Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta ll. I1 11. 0 lt.. Ii. Ia. Ip. II 11. lp. ll. I1. I . ln. ,N Y Pan-Hellenic Council f3iC Basketball CID: Soccer C25 Page 153 YYVQYY Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Eta Sigma EDITH M. WORLEY .... . Elmwood Education Bradley Polytechnic Institute MARTHA EvEr.vN WOUNDY . . . . . . . . . Newburyport, Mass. Liberal Arts and Sciences Loki Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: Gregorian Literary So- ciety: First and Second Councils, WonIan's League 145 V WORK . . . . . Chicago . ARTHUR WILLIAM Wov . . Chicago Chemistry GEORGE MERRITT WRAY ..... Oak Park Industrial Administration Phi Sigma Kappa Illio CI, :J GEORGE D. WRIGIII ...... Bradford A griculture Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Agronomy Club LESLIE WRIGIIT . '. ...... Bradford Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club WALTER HERBERT WRIGHT . . Waukegan Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Pierrnts: Synton: Captain, Univer- sity Brigade Cal: Production staff, "Arms and the Man," "Listen Lester," "The Prince of l'ilsen," "Nada," "Twelfth Night," "The Butter and Egg Man," "Here's To Your Health" X ax A Ax .ex .A .ts .A -Rx .ss - Page 154 VPVYY CLIFFORD HENRY WuRTz. . . . . .Joliet Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu Joliet Junior College ALICE ESTELLE WYLES . . . , Hamilton Education Bethany Circle Western Illinois State Teachers' College JUNE BERNIGE WYLIE . . . , , Plainfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Joliet Junior College KATIIRYN IRENE WYLIE, , , , ,plainfiegd Liberal Arts and Scienggs Phi Mu Joliet Junior College JAMES JOSEPH YARBER . . , Chicago Dentistry Lewis Institute YUN CIIIAO YEI-I ..... Foochow, China Railway Civil Engineering Ch'nese Students' Club: Railway Cl bg Ch' , ginhcring Society: A. S. C. E. u mcse En Fuh Tan University HENRY HERMAN YOUNG . . . Dayton, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Phi Eta Sigma: Senior Basket. ball Manager HELEN MARGARET YOUNG . . . Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Co-Chairman, Inter-Racial Group C45 A 11- 11- l:- la. li. In.. Ip. ll- ln. I.. I: XV ' S' 5' XP' X' yv s S gv yu gv v' X" V' V' V' X" 9' 9' 9' XV XV' S" XV' N" XV' N" N" S" wr' V , JAMES HAMILTON YOUNG . . . . Urbana Chemistry JAMES HEZEKIAII YOUNG . . . Lawrenceville Floriculture Farm House Pi Alpha Xi: Floricultural Club: Daily Illini 1:32 Illinois Agriculturist 11, 23 Honors Day ROBERT CDLEMAN YOUTSEY . . . Collinsville Engineering Theta Chi Phi Alpha Lambda: G. E. Society: Technograph Staff 143: Sophomore Intramural Manager: Enkllleeflnfl Council 143 CONSTANTINE DEMETRIos ZANNTS . . . . . . . . . Gargalianoi, Greece Chemistry Delta Epsilon Pi Joliet Junior College: Detroit City College RAYMOND VINCENT Zr-:cr-:Rs . . Chicago Education Freshman Varsity Football V 'Ai . . . Marquette University: Crane junior College EDGAR DEAN ZELLE ..... , Lake Fork Accountancy Alpha Sigma Phi Phi Eta Sigma: Band of X: Junior Track Manager: Relay Carnival Manager 143 PETER JOSEPH ZERBOLIO . . . . . Benld Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Tau Alpha: Agri- cultugl tfllub: Agricultural Education Club: Horticul- ture u MARIETTA CAROLYN ZIEGLER .... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Woman's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 43 T? VYVYY MARY ANNETTE ZIEGLER . . . East St. Louis Education Delta Delta Delta Alpha Sigma Nu: Mu Kappa Alpha: Kappa Delta Pi: W. A. A.: Woman's Glee Club: Choral Society: Hockey 1I, 23: Basketball 1x, 23: Baseball 11, 23: Track 1x, 2, 33: Soccer 13, 43: Minor I. A. 123: Property Chairman, May Fete 143 Honors Day GEORGE SAM ZILLY . . . . . . Aurora U General Business EDGAR OLIVER ZIMMER ..... Waterloo Commerce and Law Sigma Mu Sigma Phi Delta Phi: Interfraternity Council Southem Illinois State Teacher's College VERNON ZITKA ........ Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. Crane Junior College OTTo ERNEST ZUTTERMEISTER, JR. . La Grange Banking and Finance Beta Sigma Psi Pan Xenia: Pi Delta Epsilon: Cavalry Officers' Club: Enterpriser 11, 2, 33: Captain, University Brigade 143 WILLIAM H. ZUYDIIOEK . . . . . . . . BriarcliHManor,N.Y. I Athletic Coaching Senior Hat Committee: Cabinet, Independent Council 4 Columbia University CARL HENRY ZWERMANN .... Robinson Ceramic Engineering Phi Mu Delta Keramos: Sigma Tau: Tau Nu Tau: S, B. A. C. S.: First Lieutenant, University Brigade 143 OLGA JOSEPHINE ZWERMANN . . . 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Mills Morrison Neil Rodgers Taubcneck C. Thompson A. ..L. Timm Nollborn Rogers Domgin C1rr Hildenmn Johnson Nei I ipc Humber! '1 :mm Mills , Maher Mecrs Vollborn Campbell Fnubeneck Morrison Lymperopoulos Den rborn Bry'In I-iVinHSl0n Dvlln Thompson .xmx.xsxxx. x. 77s,Pb,P7x l,.1-01,.1-1,11,1111, W A v I 5 I l ' U 2 .' ". . . l sl- R gi . .5 .1 -K.m .x - .5 .. - .sX S I I A 1 Page 160 VC' Eliza Baughman Miriam Beall Katherine Burrows Celeste Cantrell Dorean Davis Katherine Fait Lucille Finnegan Helen Flentje , U' '1rnHllE1ligp5,4Up lm. Lllvuv V, LA yy LA TDIQC Founded, University of Illinois, 19:5 Junior Women's Honorary Society MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Marian Hendricks Frances Howard Alberdine Hatcher Anna Louise Jackman Ruth Mary Johnson Irma Kadic Betty Kehoe Blanche Kerr Alberta Lewis jane McClure Mary Alice MacMilIen Ruth Nelson Betty Parrish Gertrude Peske Marjorie Purnell Helen Spaulding Gertrude Stanton MacMilIen Johnson Cantrell Purnell Finnegan I-'uit lieall Howard Nelson Kehoe Stanton Spaulding Flentjc Burrows Lewis Hendricks Davis Jackman McClure Kadic AAA A 71,.7,sb2A2:,,7f,c7p,bf, Page 161 u' 'ir :HI IE 1l1gp5,cUl im. nw ' ,V C. F. Edwards G. A. Conwell W. A. Heinze G. E. Baird L. S. Cline J. R. Webb L. E. Hatch Lillian Rosenfeld V P. H. KAMMANN President, First Semester Tl-IE CLA!! I: 1930 PROM COMMITTEE J. G. SARGENT, Chairman S. Mogul Betty Kehoe E. B. Freeland Marguerite Ingram W, F, Maley Frances Williamson W, J, Painter Margaret Otis H, Jones Anne Meierhofer FACULTY RECEPTION COMMITTEE L. A. WATT, Chairman G. N. Blatt H. C. Pattison Mary Alice McMillan Marian Clark Barbara Menges Virginia Gleim JUNIOR SMOKER J. R. WEBB, Chairman Helen Sawyer Ruth Nelson Claire Kelly E. J Lawson R. Larson B. M Parks Justine Palmer David Rubin John Clorus E. S. Hoit F, C, Foottit H- W- Gaulfapp S. N. Perkins Q1 I A Vx A Ax Ax .x Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax .xx Ax Ax Ax .A Ax Ax Ax Ax .AAxh. 1.. 0. 0. A. 11. lf. 11. 1.- lf.. I.. 1,. A- 1.. 0. 1,- In 1 1 1 'S Page 162 V9 'ir ul-ilu-Z 9, Y X ll'QI5n'U f YYPWYPY K. W. RUGH President, Second Semcxter T E C All DF 1930 JUNIOR INFORMAL E. J. LAWSON, Chairman C. R. Larson E. C. Hoclscher H- P- Schaefer Ethel L00 Kline W. L. Pereira Maurine Boyd B055 C' Bac' .lean Reid 5, B, Furbbv Gladys Currie SENIOR HAT W. H. HOLDEN, Chairman F. B. Meyer R. A. Flobcrg W- D- LCWiS L- S- Cline W. F. Jacobs J. P. Fixmcr K. M. Snyder Raymond Larson G. E. Baird W- F- Odell WVOMEN,S FACULTY ,FEA ' RUTH NELSON, Chairman Mary Roberts Anne Meierhofer Helen Sawyer Frances Williamson Claire Kelly Margaret Baer Miriam Beall Josephine McCormick Elizabeth Kehoe Marguerite Ingram p V .x ax Ax .A .A .xx .. x .-x .A .xx A A. lf. 0. 1, lf. 1,. 0. 0. 0. A. z.. 11. 1,- I.. J.- 1. 1. Page 169 1 YVVv Q O E., . '. Q 'lI"lHllE1l'Qj5,IUD lllL Lll'llr K R' Iva-AA v i Zi 5 I a 4 s I 4 s 5 5 1 5 5 5 5 9 I a 5 5 5 9 5 5 . 5 5 I 5 P r I 9 PI ef. V4 aegmji. 1 l ' 'A' 'KY .- 'I W. G. BUDINGI-IR President, First Semester J. E. Wharf W. E. Dillavou LaNelle Lawrence Marguerite Stephens Clark Webber Jean Macdonald Virginia Dantzig S. F. Piacenti G. Bertelsman H. McKee S. Sheridan 'T"!'3 -'1'F'7 go 0 'IC 5 I1 N 5 7:0 V. L. KRETSCHMER President, Second Semcrzgf l'lE CLA!! I: 1931 SOPHOMORE COTILLION COMMITTEE M. R. JOHNSON, Chairman V. L. Krctschmer J. I. Flannigan Charlotte Barrett J. D. Campbell Clara Kelley Grace Esdohr Robert Baldridgc Mary Jane Caldwell R. E. Tener A. L. Logan SOPHOMORE INFORMAL COMMITTEE M. A. BURGESS, Chairman Elizabeth Petru W. K. Jordan A. F. Shapiro Althea Northam JUNIOR CAP COMMITTEE W. F. LEWIS, Chairman J. D. Campbell G. Baldwin J. W. Mohler W. E. Dillavou SOPHOMORE SMOKER COMMITTEE J. S. KAP!-ZRNICK, Chairman M. O. Grossman J. L. Sachs Kathryn Ford M. A. Burgess Mary Frances Morony Claire Abbott 0. J. Ogg W. M. Cameron Helen Sowden R. W. Farrell H. F. Owens O. E. Doud R. A. Schwarm W. Wallen S x x x Ax .A .ts .ax .R .A Ax ' sX .. Q .ax .ax A A. I.. 0. 0. 11. lf.. z.. A.. 1.. 1.. A. 1,. 0. 1,. I., lp , , ,S :gf .. .Q Page 164 In V fh AA , , A Q- 'ir IHI li-:1 sQ,5,aUD IIIL 1 ' if 41' v f xi X' A1 J rv :rw 'V AA Joyce Sandgren R. J. Railsback J. E. Ferry F. P. O Neill A. R. Crathorne W. H. Rex S. J. Wallace D. Wanger Lillian Walling D J Crumlish l A. E. KNAU F J. R. JOHNSTONE President, First Semester President, Second Semester T li CLA!! Or 1932 FRESI-IMAN FROLIC COMMITTEE J. M. ELLIOTT, Chairman Eleanor Shell Janet MCXCTS , Mary Patton C- R- Tobm SOPHOMORE CAP COMMITTEE J. L. PORTER, Chairman R. J. Railsback F. L- Winslow N. R. Goodson E- P- Hocrr SPRING INFORMAL DANCE COMMITTEE J. K. MORRIS Chairman D. V. Irish Alice Daugherity Dorothy Gard R. G. Redell CAP BURNING COMMITTEE W M JEFFERSON, Chazrman Duerst T J Day R W MCGFCSOI' C R Van Voorst R C Horton H E Ellison Ruth Ashmore W. Gaveler T. R. Young J. W. Ashby P. A. Betty Evelyn Horne K. R. Schwarz Eunice Mochon J. R. McPherson H. C. Aublc R. G. Cleveland 4 Ip. IIA I1. In I I 5 X .AX .nk AS .QX AX .gX .sX .sX .Q .xX ..xX M bx I,- ,,. 1,5 ,, Here they come-there they 0- g The first and l- " ' .ret of the circus show- Gullant ladies with golden heels Slaunped on hearts for a year and a day As tl - l- ' ' ' IC adiee bow with the swaying seals To the song of trumpets dying away- The color of all the show swirls by, The slow dust settles to earth again, We shiver at bit, and wonder why, And scatter before the sudden rain. UNIVERSITY LIFE 'V' fi' , .4 ' gy. I V CAMPUS LEADERS -,,...........---- 9? 'll'THllE'll1gj31UD lIlLlLlI'UD Q YCKYYY 'gi ' Al' YYYYY I YY x..f YYYY , fi -L 511-1 46 nn Q3 ' I.. if QQ. if 65 lm ff wth s. 1 if i 1 s 5, xv: UF! x fryfaai ix 1 'll ju' !', .. 14 ' L' 75' f - milf' 5 lx 2' U ' f . X 1 2' I ' ,, 5 I "5 ' ' I , A Don Thompson Sally Oalhout. Norm Glamz Joe MCCOY Russ Crane Fran Hennc Allie Morrison ' 4 Y .- fl! fl 1 fy, A 1, fl' llli., N l Ji-rj., ' ' ' iiiilirsa Cornelia Roberts Mart Maher John Fricdl Phil Kammann Xx- Page 170 Ya ' Y 4 b 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 P 5 5 a 5 Z ? 9 5 5 P 3 5 ? 7 P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P ' nA 0 :- s: D rr C 9. E'- o -- :1 'Ti - V3 Q. 71 .:'. UQ. E A, iff .. ,. Qafif. A .Ava , -ww--..-..,.. -x -4. V A - . .1 'Q 2 ., . :J " Dave Abbott Bill Lewis N I f X wunwvfw- Q . 2 H ' Jud Timm Dorothy McClure AAfvxAfvx wr :HI IE 1'.g,5,.np lm. LII' ' 4 dr Jane McClure Dwight Stucssy Fritz Humbert Xi Ernie Dorn Bert Jenner H hx .s .A .mx .s Ax .xx Ax .ns .A .Q s Q M A bxbxbx Page 171 X N 5 3 5 I 9 I K 9 ? 5 D 9 ? 9 a 5 'P 'iris-lllE1lfgp5,1Up ull. Ll V4 45 3jr YYYYY' f.- 'lm ,..v, ...-'fs' I ..... . 5: :7fAxgg .L LA Chuck Edwards Chuck Fredcricks A A K George Taubeneck 4 4 4 4 l 4 4 Q 4 4 4 4 4 Y 4 4 .4 Kayo Rush Swede Liyingglgn V Bill Thompson Kaiee Vaughan Alice McGinty Jimmy Lympcropoulos Gertrude Stanton , I4 ' ,QKAQQAQ A mix - 1,. A 11. 11. 1.. 0. 1,- 1.. 11. 1.. In 1.. ,ga Page 172 tv? 09 -ar IHI IE 1lfgp5,.Up ll ll. Ln-nv LA' M . X, 452 Arg! Y 9 4 5 4 a 4 5 5 2 5 4 b 9 5 5 a K 9 5 5 5 Z ? Z 5 5 Z b l P a 5 F ? Qu U Sammy Dean Bill Cameron X I John Campbell Hcrm Young George Turner DOH Andrews John Orndorff iii 'v-Lf ' w Chuck Mnlls Hal Whnte Dorothy Scheib , fx x x gk s A A6446 bxbhyb. Page 173 u' 'll'lHllE1lgj5,1UD lm. Lllllv Yi X gg i yyyy J All -I Ng? Bill Gobblc Duke Baird Bob Carr Betty K0h0C Boots Ackerman Alb d' - H'l h H 1, Ax 'fl Q. . , ,iv f a t J 4 'Z 521 l J "A D sMll P h B I H Dan Dalziel Sid Ekblaw 'S--"L 4444444 44444f,v,,a,Q4z,yA 2.2472472924 Page 174 AAAfVVVx Q Q yv yu S' v' xv xv v -QV v- xv vv v- vv vv vv X - , .V o- -xru-mE1lfgp5,4Up1uLL1lu, - Butch Now Ruth Habcrichlcr nck Fmnk Schooley HGYYY Neil Bill Hildeman Brick Meers Zack Hickman nf Ralph Connor Dolly Dunlevy Blll Glos DPL!" xkxXKKsXXxXXs SSX , ML Ex Page 175 u' 'irll-11151 1gp5,iUv im. Llllln f f Y gg Q9 , YYY99' 4 ,4 A 4 1 ' - 4 , ax xv, 4 4 5 I l N11 y I enclnrd Betty Parrish Ed Hoelscher IN W X. 1 lx s Q ffl 1 ui 1 1. Bill Pierce K 'acc' L ckh1rt H YYY knoll Ruth Nelson Doug Considine john Granata Claire Kelly 44444 4444 A mm DAXAAJAA Page 176 K" S" X' X" X" yu gs yu ss v' V' Y" 9' V' V' X" V' 9' V' XV' X" S' X' N" XV' X" X" S" S" 'ov ? I v Bob Rodgers Mase Aldrich AAxVvvx uE1ruHllE1l-g,5,4Uy Inu. v , A 9 4' -X' IT 9 Chuck Johnson Bea Sloan 4 'iv ,CY .,,...a-14 ft ,J f lf ' w ll ii .LI ,I , F ll '44 8 Andy Lenz Adele Mcrnitz Heinie Groh U 5 f I f 43 g - I - ' :if Q ' 4 'j Q 4 4 . s Y. Q N l , r I f Q. Y f 1 c mf 1 I X 5 . ., ? ? B S ? X Bill Donigun Fran Howard Freddie Sum, ,4 A 1 14.11. IIAIQ. I: In lp lz. I1 IQ In I: In lp 74. H ? ? X 5 9 1 s I 1 k 2 l 9 X - ? ? 'I :iw .x ..x Ax .x .A .gx ..x -A .A .A X .A - ,cdxgxd Page 177 M 4 + Q' '1r1Hl1E 1' Qp5,4Up IIIL LIIUI YVWVWVYYVYYYVY Oh! ilzasv anions X A X A X X X K S K Indiana, My lmliana . . ." The figs make wlmopic EVENT! DE THE YEAID Part of lhc big parade f"N 'E WT I ACASAQK ,fQi,fxiAiA4A4f,ib,,7A7f,JA7A7fx bxbbkhbhk. Page 180 7T Q 99 '1r1HllE1lfgp54Up lm. Lnlfnv . , YYYYV fag ' Al' ,f Y ZX Q The Frosh cut l00SC EVENT! DE THE YEAIQ "Hail to the Orangef' AQQ6xQ4AbbXbbXhh hXbAXAhxhXE ' Page 181 X Rt St ICI u '1l'lHllE1l gpg Ur IlILlLllU ' ZX A K cdro H Quartet EVEN1J'0f 1TlfYEAD AAQQK AxAAQmgA5hm Zhbbbx Page 182 I X K 3 YYYYWVYYYYY X44 Y 7T f f a YQQQQ4 195' Alf ff YYWV March of the Alumni 4 EVENT! UE THE YEAIQ Flonzalcy Quarlct Carl Sandburg OH f ,C I fl d I pat 111 9 ztl, Campus A ,44944AcAc A4K4,4A4A4A4a:,Q,xbQ,,y,xbQ,, ' bQfQ7,2Z,,Z,7,Q,, ' Page 183 5. v' wr :Hua 1' gp5,4Ur ll IL LIMJ ., , 9, ,, , 4 I A- lp 5 51, AA' ' The rejuvcmited Green Street A hot afternoon at Illinois Field ,-111 aboard! Ye .-lxe Grinders EVENT! DF THE YEAIIQ Did you rate? ,A,fai46ACe42i?,w,,7A7,w,72,.,b,, Page 184 2 Y YY f Y .v 1 lHIIE1l 95,49 IIILILYIUI . X v'v ,fx . , . -f I' I ' " YK vxfxfy X , vw 24v -.gi an Wlifvii SHOW ' IIYJLIQI " 'U W ho trained flu: flag? Did you go! EVENT! DE THE YEAIQ The Grmfles making amvry L'n11jIic'ia! lIll'lIl'lllfl'.Y AA4AAc64zazxxxzQ,,y,Q,,g,,zkvh,zw,o,,o,Qf:bA7,xv,Qbbz,,5AvA P11514 U' 'W"H"E1lQb5,4Ui lm. LIIUD 'Xf ' f ' V I ' 3 x 41 . " X ex x ff 3 E ZX ii lx-SQ"1 -VL sf-f:f'J -- 7" - ' .1 ' inf.-A 'H f ' . 3, , . f - .uv y "var .11-Ef- ' ' .. V ' SfCIl11JCl'g.,.-SiHtK!lTS winner, Xaxw15a sins? ,UM lik , V i Post-Exam Jubilee . df? :ghd f1'.ekgg.3!'Eh,'1, 'El 'f2,7,,,,,H Y H H ji H A Sark that ball "Go, you .Y0l'f1I'ZUl'Sfl7l'lIfn EVENT! UE THE YEAIIQ Santy visils the Sigma .Yzfs XMMAAQ AAM A MMA v,q,QZ,v,Q,,v,, Pago ,IS6 V4 X 1ruHllE1l'Qp5,1Up IIILILMJI -635, Qj:E.:,E'g -ne 1 -. H . . 1,-A . - , l, .W .,-..,., A .- lik-' -3':fs'..- -'Lg 1 . 1 K , , .. M ,.:,,.-. , .,,, h - , , -' 1 34" '.ilf'.445 ilffimi 1 7'-'ff-:,:VifS - , 1' L 45, ' """ ' ' A ful, I'-Q' WNY "1',.lWff. ,'A,,, T-:'.1X!1gr.ff J.. jg,f,j,,fi 1 Emi' 2' I 71594 AM A- Cover that man! ... I EVENT! Cf 5 THE YEAIQ The soccer team in affirm 5 'A 5l 5 5 5 f .K 5 'ie' 1 '.'u 5 5 - 9 5 9 5 5 5 f 9 I 9 I 9 5 5 5 5 I L 9 5 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 I 3. 5 F ? 5 P IF Butch and Zup 5 ,mx U L 1 ' 1 H344 , mf'-' 4 . 'N Q , M ,M l,,-- , ' 'z.,x1!y,.j'," , 5 Y "Va.fw" Likfl ag?-ai':f My gig' hen. Imagine you're a baseball ? P ? ? 1 ? 5 :gi .x .A .A .x -A .A .A -QS .xx -mx .A M A MM Page 187 .eqsx I . W Yi E T IHI IE qlfggjvgp .g, X Thi' ina! sprint . .!4.v-11" ' .fl twilight roncart EVENT! UE THE YEAIQ 'fWe'rc marching for dear old Illini" ' 1 I. 'N I H dz 111110 Dad' .rue i r -x .-x.x.s.s .sx..x.gx x , ,QKKQQAQ Pugi' 188 Z Thg Bgta's zlress up fl lil! 3' EVENT! DI: ' THE YEAIQ vtwrtu V. .. , .4 2 A f ff f ff The honorable judges Manny and his Hup YQ, vi i' Nl' gr" ' Y' I f 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 9 7 h 9 9 9 9 5 The baseball team 9 5 . 5 . ? Q 1 5 I .X AK .sX nk .sk .sX .sk .s A A M Page 189 X 35" xwx Vvx ' '1r1Hl1E qfgfggp M,!Lw.g, Vu f f Yyyy 'C lu Rvwir, S EVENT! DE THE YEAIQ ,AKKAQAAAADAAJQAPA bxbxvbxbibxbyx I K " 5 V4 X 'gi 9 5' h.!!P f YYYVYY X A EVENT! UE THE YEAIQ The Spanish Rzznzlczvmus The Chosen Few 45444566 AQAQ.4A4A4a:,Q,yp,,yArA 2,,,gQ,,5,,,v,, Page 121 818g A rfpf f u' '1rnHllE1lfgp5,4Up lm. L IU! E f 1 an 'ZA 4 ir I 5 Kit, I :S ' 1 9 A B xg 5 t 4 9 4 ? 4 f 4 F 4 ? S ? S ? S 9 4 5 IFTEEN thousand persons attended the E 3 twenty-first annual Interscholastic circus held I 5 as the final event of two days' entertainment for 2 y the high school visitors. Theta Xi won first prize in 1 5 Class A with its presentation of Dean Clark and 9 the Devil, Theta Kappa Nu took top honors in Q Class B with the 'fChecker Championshipj, and Q R. H. Brantley was the prize winner in the indi- 'g ' vidual clown performance. Mochon and Nebeck j were the most successful in the doubles act. 4 'l'. J. IIGLAN Alunagvr r 4 ? I 4 ff ff u gf X X l 's A u l' . 8 . l 5 4 P . 5 INTEIDICHULAITIC CIIQCUI l 1 il ' 14 --K -A -'N --Y -'Y --N A S A - A 1 I.. 11. 1.- 1,. 1,. 0. 11. 1,. 1.. 1.- 1.. 1. Page 192 Y ,ii -9 g"'VQvyfu.- ' - fvf ff' .ks NE national and five state records were broken, and two state records were tied, when Tilden high of Chicago won the thirty-fourth annual Interscholastic track and field meet which was held during May in the Stadium. Old marks in the Ioo- and 220-yard dashes, the mile run, shot put, pole vault, and half-mile relay were bettered, while the 440 and high hurdles marks were tied. Other schools following Tilden were: Urbana, Evanston, West Frankfort, Carbondale, Enfield, Hyde Park, and Oak Park. J. H. OLWIN Manager INTEIQICHDLAITIC TIQACIY MEET ,AAAQKAAAAAEA Xb 2 2 2 LDA Here they come-there they go- The first and last of the circus show- Strong man, giant of strength unendetl, There will he sorrow when you pass hy, There will he pain for a heart so splendid, Perhaps fair maidens to briefly cry. Gallant, picturesque glorification Of conscious strength and conscious skill, For you are the horns blown, circus- fashion, And yours is the echo over the hill. ATH LETICS 'V' FV!Q5!FS!FU473RJxfwAw u' 1ruHulz1l.g,5,4gp mm. L ulu 'v TTT? s f -Q, in 45g. !, y ..- I ff ' A ff 1 . G.HUFF HE year IQ28 was a very satisfactory one from the standpoint of Illinois athletics, as we won more than our fair share of victories The outstanding event of the year was from a spiritual standpoint rather than a material one. The adoption of the Illini. Code of Sports- manship, written and sponsored by the students of the University, was a most decided and satisfactory forward movement. It is deserving of perpetuation in the 1930 ILLIO, and it follows: A TIQIJE ILLINI IDDIQTIMAN 1. Will consider all athletic opponents as guests and treat them with all of the courtesy due friends and guests. 2. Will accept all decisions of officials without question. and championships. . Will never hiss or boo a player or official. 3 4. Will never utter abusive or irritating remarks from the sideline. A A Q Q Q Q 4 Q Q 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q .5 1 2 4 5. Will applaud opponents who make good plays or show good sportsmanship. 6. Will never attempt to rattle an opposing player, such as the pitcher in a baseball game or a player attempting to make a free throw in a basketball game. 7. Will seek to win by fair and lawful means, according to the rules of the game. 8. Will love the game for its own sake and not for what winning may bring him. 9. Will "do unto others as he would have them do unto himf' ro. Will "win without boasting and lose without excuses." 65 Z 4 4 , . 4 I I4 ..n..x.g-c.g.y.m.s.s...x- s Q ,A -1 f X x x x x x x x x x xX x A 0. 1, 11.11. s. 1. 1.. 0. 1,.1..1,. 1,. In in Qu Page 197 ' 'Qf9ggqAX ,ak 495 'ar nl-ll IE 1lfg,5,4Ub llIL l ig, 213, W" gtg mf! Y ..-my Qi 'A' I4 9 4 A 1 4 - 4 A 4 U 4 . ' 4 . 4 , 4 K T-rr::,"f., I" A Q ' gi Clif If? 4 . , 4 ? fu , 3 ' , ' Vg Q ' I ' 1 1 ' 4 a ' ' . f 4 f 4 A A T 4 h ' L , . . . . K L 4 f Rucssldl Gofifliriiiigh Ciiiiffn gigliiif Ciciifsion lfqogln Q 9 4 t S 5 4 5 4 ' Q A A HLEIIC CDUNCII. 4 t 4 D 7 FACULTY IMEMBERS Q 9 F. A. Russell G. W. Goble G. A Huff G. A. Goodenough Z ALUMNI MEMBER 9' C. A. Kim QQ N i STUDENT MEMBERS 4 A. C. Lenz F. L. Kirgis J. H. olwin J, D, How 4 N T. J. Dolan H. A. Boling W. T. Cameron 2 All-ILEIIC CCUNCIL 4 I-IE ATHLETIC COUNCIL of the University consists of fourteen members, they being the directors of physical welfare, three faculty members, three alumni members, and the student managers of football, baseball, track, intramural, interscholastic, and clrcus. The Work of the Council deals with the election of managers and cheerleaders, the award- I ing of Varsity letters, and other matters dealing with athletics in the 4 University. 4 A 4 4 ? 4 5 - C. BOWEN ' V Business Mana er 4 N E 4 P 1 N I4 .A A .ax .A -ts .xx ..x .A .Ax A ..x - . ,fifxifxif 11. 0. 0. 1, 0. z.. 11. 1.. 1,. 1.. z.. 0. 1,. 1., I.- 1.. lp Page 198 E 62 'I yvvvvvvvv K.. Sf " 'gsm - Q! Y 5 9 5 5 5 b I I ii 4 . 5 -- 5 -I 5 5 f 5 . 5 , Z ? 9 5' 5 f 5 , D 7 5 Ez' U' 'll'lHlIE1l' p5,4Uu im. L luv S ' Abb tt Carr Claypool Orlovich Nowack Sutton Weitz McClure Walker Shaw L Kieding une Burdicku Isenberg Knox Craig Green Sapora Minot Dewey Oeler Jcnkmson Stuessy 9 Drew Stout Holbrook Enochs JUHCY Milli Pvnzvr Levin S0lY0m HOW Yoyles z Olson Webster Hesmer Groh White Dorn Novak Morrison Crane Andrews Pereira 5 5 I 5 I DI BE Cf I I.I.I I 7 . . . 5 Orgamzatzon of Varsfty Athletes ? 3. OFFICERS ' , S J. D. How ..... .............. ........ I . . .President ' D, ABBOTT, ,,,,,, ...... ......., V 1 ce-Preszdcut S G, 0, Mmm .,,,,,, ..... S ecretary-Treasurer 5 L. S. BURDICK. ..... ..... S erH60'1l-Gi-AVMS MEMBERS IN FACULTY D. M. Bullock G. A. Huff M. M. Olandcr S. C. Staley A. R. Cahn J. M. Lindgren F. E. Rokusek W. Shumway H. W. Craig C. C. Lipe J- C- Ruby C. J. Wagner R. Dvorak C. L. Lundgren J- P- S3-bf' C. D. Werner X H. L. Gill J. J. Jordan A- F- Smith ' W. S. Wilson 9 R. C. Heidloff E. J. Manley G- T- Stafford R. C. Zuppke DIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY D. Abbott R. C. Glass J- W- Lewis R. A. Rogers D. H. Andrews R. F. Goddard LE Lnylmtplerolwoulos D. W. Roush H. E. Bergstrom L. J. Gordon . . c ure J. C. S . C. O. Blackman R. L. Green ZICIZIQSZCBH F. R. Szgiili-Seder C. C. Braun H. B. Groh . - 1 er J. M. S ll P W. F. Bunning N. J. Gnndiacn D. R. Mills J. E. Sifnifn P J. C. Baumgarner C. V. Hall G- 0- Mln0t E. A. Shoaff R L. S. Burdick T. C. Hesmer A. R. Morrison F. Simon P E. Byman R. Z. Hickman E. Nichol A, R, Solyom 5 A. H. Campbell O. R. Hills C. Novak F, B, Stine ' R. J. Carr F. W. Holbrook A. J. Nowack W, H, Stout P L. F. Chamy G. S. Horner R. C. Oeler D, T, Stucssy X A. A. Claypool J. D. How E. Olson L, R, Sutin P P. F. Cockrell F. Humbert R. B. Orlovich J, Tarwain Q R. J. Crane A. Iscnbcrg J. A. Patterson D. E. Thompson k L. O. Dalbeck H. R. Jenkinson A. Peltzer M, A, Thompson 9 K. J. Deimling W. Jolley W. L. Pereira J, A, Timm 5 E. E. Deuss R. Kieding R. A. Perry F, H, Walker - C. Dewey J. D. Knox J. T. Piper F,J,Wa1-ga Q E. Dorn W. C. Rurg H. S. Ponzer G, A,WebSter 5 greg' h Iiusmslki E. Reiter G, B, Whipple Q K' E' Filiriss F 'E afsngiit IRQYITOMS g'1I2'iivVi:'tc - - - . l ic man . . t L I J. J.F1nnern M. M. Levin C. Ringquist L. J.WieLc 9 W. Fulton D. F. Wiley S S il- - lx :SWR .x .dx AK -S -xt .sX .uk AX AX -GX ASX AS -tX .sX .A .sX .sX .SX AX -sXfAl1- la. lf. lp. ln. lz.. 11, Ii. la. ll.. IQ. Ia. Ip. lp. 11. lf. I., Ip. 11. I. - K Page 199 u' '1rnHllE1lfgp5,4Up lm. LII'Uv - I Q CHEEIQLEADEIQI Harper McNeil PON the cheerleader's tact, performance, understanding of crowd and player psychology, and the way he organizes the junior and sophomore leaders under him, largely depends the reputation of the University for true sportsmanship as manifested in the reaction of the spectators, individually and as a whole. With the realization 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 thou- sands to a show of good sportsmanship in either defeat or victory, the athletic council selects the varsity cheerleader from competition. JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS Palmer Luckman Huebner 1- lx 5 Wx .X .QX .AX .KX .RS .xX AX .AX .sX .sX AQX .yX .sX .sX .A .A .A .sX -QX .A2xh. Ip. la.. ln. A. ln. lf. l:. Ia. li.. l:, la. IQ. lp I1 I I I 1 r Page 200 ' I." 777771 ' 1 so sf IX! fxfs N, vw r 5' 1' .A Al., L .Au f 5 TNS ' 5 rl CHAMDICNIHIDI fi """'E l"9'5"U' "'L 'W' l ON FERENCE champions in five sports, and the singles and dou- bles championship in tennis during the 1928-1929 Big Ten season have been the rewards sought and found by the University of Illinois athletic teams. ' The Illini were crowned champions of the Big Ten in track for the 1928 outdoor season when they garnered 582 points at the conference meet. Coach Bob Zuppke produced another championship football team that won games from Indiana, Northwestern, Chicago, and Ohio State, losing the only game to Michigan. The fencing and gymnast teams both won the Big Ten title by defeating all opponents and winning the con- ference meet. The water polo team, coached by Ed Manley, enjoyed its second successive Big Ten crown by defeating all conference foes. Besides these honors, many Illini athletes gained individual titles in the conference meets of their respective sports held during the season. L ICHARD DICK FINN was the 8 winner of the conference medal 192 l for athletic and scholastic proficiency, ' awarded last june. Finn was a valuable " man on Coach Lundgrens baseball teams i for three years and was awarded the cap- f the s uad in his last year of Big elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa, 2 Q I 425 Ac u X I D , lil , ,Q , , , A 1 talncy 0 q Ten competition. In addition, Dick was ' ' 'l'Hl'I CONFERENCE MEDAL .- .1 9 li V-J' '. ,x I : FINN D X I l f x x Ax A As .ax .ax Ax .A -ax .ax xX .x .x sX A ARA In lp I A ' " " ' ' A - - - 0. ln. 0. li. lt. I1. ll. I: In I: In I1 I ""r ' ' - - A 1. la. Ip.. 11. Q Imp, Q, Page 201 4 , ef' AMMDM-U-U-U S B f x V I vi! Ti 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 r 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 P 9 5 5 . P 9 5 S P 9 9 VAIQI I I 9 9 COACHXNG STAFF Voylus Lindgren Wilson Olnndcr Bullock Rokusck Zuppkc Szlbo R. C. ZUPPKE UUTIBALL Season 1928 OACH BOB ZUPPKE and his crew of Uiightin' Illini" turned the tables again and surprised the Western Conference by keeping the coveted championship lodged in Champaign-Urbana for another year. Entering the final game of the season in a three-way tie for second place the Zupmen downed Ohio State, while Michigan beat Iowa ,and up in the north country Minnesota defeated Wisconsin holder of first place the entire season, thus giving Illinois gi clear track for the title. It was a team that lacked individual stars and lost but one game the whole season. With a major- ity of the team returning to the field next fall and a host of new sophomore material, prospects for another good season are bright. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Zuppke Lindgren Rokusek Olundcr Bullock Kirgis Longhorst Rinquist Burdick Gordon Hills Talrwaiin Lewis Pc-ters Bergcson Mills Nickol McClure Timm Stuessy Hlllllbl-'l'l Rouse Walker ' Weitz Ifivlcls Hull ' Dt-imling Nmmck Hickman Richman Crane Jolley ,gvx .A ..x Ax A .Q Ax ..x .. x Ax x .cs 9 .cs .ax .. Zx 11. 11. 0. 0. 11. 11. 19. 11. 11. 11. 1.. 1.. 11. 19. 1.. 1.- 1. 1 ,xi 4 Page 204 I' f fx, 1 gm xl' A' I .M I ,K 'gi 1ruHllE1lfgp5,aU9 im. L ll'llD Z.. 9 . , 2 kv? lHIlE1l1gf5,1Ul llll. L , Y 51 Illinois ..... Wisconsin .. Minnesota . . Iowa .... Ohio ....... Purdue .... Northwestern Michigan . . Indiana .... Chicago . . . Illinois .... Wisconsin .. Minnesota .. Iowa ...... Ohio ....... Purdue ..... Northwestern Michigan . . . Indiana .... Chicago . . . F. L. KIRGIS Manager VAIQIIf FUDTIQALL FINAL CONFERENCE STANDING JUNIOR MANAGERS woN Losr TIED PERCENTAGE - . 4 I 0 .800 . , 3 I I -750 . , 4 2 O -667 , h 3 2 0 .600 ' . 3 2 ' Q ' .600 2 2 I -S00 I 2 3 0 .400 . 2 3 0 -400 2 4 O -333 . , 0 5 0 .000 wore msr IIE TP ov . . 4 I o 67 I0 . . 3 1 I 64 25 . . 4 2 o Q0 36 . . 3 2 o 41 36 . . 3 2 o 40 20 2 2 I 79 41 . . . . . 2 3 o I7 37 2 3 o 20 27 . . 2 4 o 31 6I . . 0 5 Q 7 1 SI '1'H0M1's0N MEERS SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL IVIANAGERS Goldwater Fisher Kindermnn A Flanders Adams Ingersoll Strohm Reid bl I4 x x A -A A -A .A .A .A .A -A .A .A -A .A .A .A .A .A .A Axixa. 1.. 11. la. A. A. 11. IA. 1,. lp. 11, 0. l,. 1.. 11. 12- I., 0. A. lp iN Q Page 205 P P P P P P P P 5 P P P ' og 1r'uHllE 3l'gp5,4Ur IIIL Lllfllv M' ' '5 ' I ' ' 4gs, sm! Y ' tl' , fl 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 I 9 . 5 5 5 5 f 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 I ? 9 Illinois 5 Illinois Q , Illinois S Illinois Illinois P Illinois P Illinois g Illinois P P P P P P P P P P P P VARs11'Y TEAM Sconas Bradley .. 333 .. 313 .. 133 .. 63 Northwestern .. og .. 143 .. 403 .. 83 Ohio State .. Total Points ...... 1 45 Butler ...... Chicago .... ni LA' K NOWACK Captain 6 i 1 . IEAIO 'I IQECCIQD Illinois... .... 73 ... o Illinois . .. Coe ....... Indiana ..... . . . 7 Illinois.. . . ... o Illinois... Michigan .... . . . 3 Illinois. . . Illinois . . . O O . ...O ....123 ....373 ....3o3 .. OQ .. 63 16 Total Points ....... 92 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD De Paul .... Indiana .... Northwestern Wisconsin . . Iowa ...... Ohio State. . Z 'E .I - - ,..,., ---,... Z." 2:-1 aeggisf-:afar 14:21-A.+1m1eas,.-'Rx an--.. 33.--J . W3 M A " "' sara I I ' ,gvx .x A Ax A .A .ax ..x Ax Ax .ax .mx as -A .ax .A Ax -A .mx -.x .AZxh. A. 0. 0. A. 11. 11. lf. 1,- 0. z.. 1,. 1.- 1.. 0. 1 1 1 1 1 fy P 1 Page 206 51 . v' 1rur-nu-:1l- 35,0 lm. LIIUD - CRAIN E Captain-Elect IQEIEIQVE GAME! HE UNIVERSITY of Illinois Athletic Associa- tion, in keeping with the reserve team idea that was instituted in the Western conference last year, placed a reserve team on the field along with the regg ular Varsity competition. The underlying principle of this new movement in Big Ten athletics is to provide for more competition among the institutions that make up the circuit. The schedule was so arranged that while the Varsity was away from home the reserves would play a game in the Stadium, and vice-versa. The Illini reserve squad, made up of players that were not listed in the Varsity lineup during their games, played a six-game schedule that proved to be disastrous in the number of games won, At the end of the season, the Illini had won two, lost three and tied one game. Games were played with De Paul, the only non-conference foe, and Indiana, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio State among the confer- ence schools. The reserve team movement has been favored by a number of the Big Ten schools and will probably become more popular in the future. Illinois not only maintained a reserve squad on the football field, but the athletic officials also scheduled reserve games in both baseball and basketball. 75757 J. ag , ,. Y Y 1 s 4 4 5 S 1 Q 4 S wi 1 Q Q 4 2 4 4 1 1 FRIESHMAN VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 4 Coach Voyles Dixon Mulby Cerlik Barton Mitchell Munch Winkler McGurski livzlns Useman Iicin Mills Frnboni Cohenonr Myers Murphy Gimrc Hoover Root Razavich Hemphill Bulpilt Faust Bailey Steinman Kawai Smith Nusspiukel Peoples Dancy Schultz A S 'Q Q x x x -.x A -A Ax ..x .A ..x -ax x -.x -ax .ax A 0. A. 0. 0. 0. lf. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1.. I.. 0. 1,- 1.. 1.. 1. Ip 'K Page 207 Illinois .......... o 7 zo 6-33 4 Bradley... .... 6 o o o-6 ' N , :Hue qlfgpgagn lm. rl I I LLINDII 33 BRADLEY 15 TRATIN G out the season with a game that was marked by many substitutions by Coach Zuppke, Illinois tumbled Bradley, the 'fLittle Nineteen" Conference Champions, by the large score of 33 to 6. Taking advantage of an Illini fumble in the opening min- utes of the game, Bradley tore through the Illinois defense for the first touchdown. Fumbles and penalties marred Illinois' chances to score during the remainder of the quarter. In the second quarter Humbert, Timm, and Mills were in- serted in the backfield, and then the scoring machine began to work. Starting from the 3-yard line a series of passes and plunges put the ball within scoring distance, and Fritz Hum- bert crashed over theline for a touchdown. The second half saw the Illini playing a smooth game and out of danger. Humbert was high scorer with three touch- downs, one of them on a forward pass and running through a broken field 47 yards to the goal. Scoius BY QUARTERS 'lfy-.4 5 Burdick P sf X11- r 'x x x x x x x 1X x x .x ..x .xx ..x .A1311 11. 11. 0. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1. 11. 11- 11- 11- 11. 11- 11 11- 11. ,W rvvv U V , ,qge 'xr in-4: nr-: wg, 390 1. , ,A if I f D mf , 94 9 D i' An ' Fl 5? ' I7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 . 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ? 9 9 9 9 P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 . 9 9 9 l . i I LLINDII 31 CDE 0 WEEPIN G end runs, forward passes of all varieties, and line plunges gave the punch to a galloping Illinois eleven in the second non-conference game of the season when the Coe college football team suffered a 31 to o drubbing. Frank Walker and "Tom Mixv Nickol skirted the Coe ends for long gains. Nickol, on the famous triple pass play, looked like the ghost of Red Grange, when he went down the sidelines on an end run of 80 yards for the first touchdown of the game. To vary the attack, Ken Fields flung passes right and left to the Illini backfield men. Mills was on the receiving end of one of the long passes and raced down the turf 64 yards for another goal. Robinson and Humbert added their share of ball carrying and made good gains through the line. wk Roush SCORE BY QUARTERS Illinois . ..6 7 18 o 31 OE... ...O O O O-O 51 Timm lyk' Langhorst ee-- ri! -'a J A- - - :fix .x ,ex xX sX -ex -ex -ex -ex -ex -ex -.ex -ex -ex .ex .A -ex .ex .ex -ex .A1.xA. 11. 11- 11- 11- 11. 11- 11- 11- 11... 11- 11. 11- 11- 11- 11. 1. 11- 11. 1. Page 209 5, T497 6: cz i s M 4gl 1HllE 114975405 lm. , , 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 T 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 N r S I "I 'V LA' 4- U I 5 ' i f Ringquist ILLINDII I3 INDIANA 7 LLINOIS opened its conference season against the power- ful Page-coached Indiana eleven, and scoring two touch- downs before the Hoosiers managed to get one, then staving off an Indiana rally which threatened to tie or even win the game, came out on the top side of a I3 to 7 score. It was Dad's Day and thousands of Illinois dads saw the Nfnghtin' Illini" come through to victory. The first quarter saw the Illini within scoring distance three times, but each time they failed. Then in the second quarter after the combined efforts of Mills, Timm, and Fields had worked the ball down the gridiron on a series of plays, big Fritz Humbert crashed over the line for a touchdown. In the third quarter on another concentrated drive and two large penalties against Indiana, Humbert again took the ball over the line. ' In the last period, Bennett and an Indiana rally scored one goal, and the Hoosiers were fighting like mad on the path to another when the gun ended the game. Scoiuz BY QUARTERS Illinois ........... o 7 6 o--13 Indiana ..... o o o 7- 7 Wietz , l.. :six -s A .-x A .A .xx .-x .-s ..x Ax .mx ..x -gs .xx .A .ax .A .xx .A .A2x1,. 1. 0. 0. 0. A. 0, 15. 1,. 11. 0. 1,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, , Page 210 X gf - 5' 'mr nl-al IE Wg, 5,103 lllL ll'nn ILLINOII NDIQTHWEITEIQN 0 IXTY thousand Homecoming fans flocked to Memorial Stadium to see Northwestern fall before their Alma Mater in a 6 to o defeat. It was a gamepacked with thrills galore and all kinds of football strategy and action. Illinois scored early in the second quarter after a series of twists and line plunges by Humbert carried the ball to the Purple s 2 3-yard line. From there Jud Timm shot around left end and then cut back and ploughed over the goal line for six points. Capt. Nowack failed to kick goal. Many passes were tried by both teams before the half ended. The second half opened with both teams determined to fight to the finish. Timms fumble on the kickoff paved the way for a Wildcat score, but the Illini held. Then Illinois marched down the field only to meet a Purple wall that held near the goal line. In the first half Illinois gained 153 yards on a running attack while Northwestern lost 19. R i 4 Scom: BY QUARTERS Illinois Northwestern ...... 6 fl,-if Tarwam 2 l I 4 x ..x .xx ..x ..x .xx .xx .xx 11. 11. 0. 0. 0. 0. I.. 0. 1,. 1.. 1,. 0. In rw? I Page 211 ., ,9 'urn-mr: I 9, QT! Y ulgmlub 'HL ' V V Y x XA! r '-A' 'V L It Jolley ILLINDII 0 MICHIGAN 3 E lowly Wolverines, stung by four successive losses, realized that they were playing a championship eleven, and consequently the Illini suffered a small but stinging defeat at their hands, 3 to o. Early in the first quarter Michigan intercepted an Illinois pass, and after working the ball down to Illinois' I 5-yard line, Gembis place-kicked goal. The remainder of the half saw no large gains by either team. The Illini looked more like their former selves in the third quarter, and an intercepted Michigan pass carried the ball into Wolverine territory. Then "Frosty" Peters tried a drop- kick from the 40-yard line, but the pigskin hit the cross bar and bounced back. He tried another in the closing minutes of the game but it went wide. The statistics show that the "Fly- ing Dutchmen" were outplayed throughout the game. Scoma BY QUARTERS Illinois .... .... o o o o-o Michigan .... .... 3 o o o-3 Hickman 4 - .X AX .AX .QS -st .sX AX .58 .uX .mX 4xX .QX .xX .sX .A .A .QX .xX .QX AXAA. lf. li. ln. li. A. 11, Ia. 11. ll. lp- lp. lp. lp. lf. l,. I., I Page 212 7vbQf7 Q?L, V V .0 -urn luE1'.g,5,.Up ml. g i, Ai, .u I I LLI NDI! I4 BUTLER 0 N the third and last non-conference game of the season Illinois dedicated Butler University.'s new bowl by defeat- ing Potsy Clark's Butler eleven on a rain-soaked sod to the tune of I4 to o. Because of the condition of the held open play was impos- sible, so it was a battle of straight football' Passes and long runs were conspicuous by their absences The scoring started near the beginning of the second quarter when Olaf Robinson went over for a touchdown after the ball had been worked down to the one-yard line. The advance was made by Robin- son, Peters, and Nickol. The second touchdown came in the last quarter as a result of a pass, Peters to Walker, which was caught over the goal line. This ended a drive down the field featured by the twist- ing, dodging and running of "Chuckl' Hall. Butler was unable to penetrate the stalwart Illini line for any large gains. Hills Sconn BY QUAR'1hRS Illinois Butler Nichol Peters 4 4 A mx .X -xt .xX .xx -st AX -QX AQX .mx .xX .sX .A .xX .A .sX .gk AXIAA. Ip- l:. A. ln, I1. lf. If- ln. li. l:. 14. In 1,, 1,A 11. 1,. 1. fi Page 213 , ,9 '1rul-ME p ll , , ZA' Y 1"g'5"n N T ! y K Hall l Gordon Illinois ......... 7 I4 6 I3-40 Chicago ........ o o o o- O I LLINDII 40 Cl-IICAGO 0 OACH BOB ZUPPKE S Illinois grldmen found a soggy Sta g Held much to their l1k1ng and performed hke thor oughbreds to completely rout the discouraged Maroons, 40 to O Frostyl' Peters engineered the Job as quarterback of the Illini wrecking crew. Walker opened the scoring in the 51-St quarter and netted a touchdown after a twisting, dodging run of 55 yards. Early in the second quarter, Peters, on a quarter back sneak, made 8 yards for a goal. Mills, on a punt, got away for a 70-yard run and scored The last half was featured by passes and brilliant lnterfer ence by the line. Frank Walker made two touchdowns, one on a pass, and another around the left end. Peters scored the last goal on another quarterback sneak. Capt. Nowack made good four out of f1ve tries for the extra point. s 1 9' ,Q ' .,. ,.,, ...,.xu:4:.:a:a-lu.a , . . . g . . . . '- cc n ' ' SCORE BY QUARTERS McClure fx ..x ,xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .A .A .xx .xx .xx Axflh. A. 11. 1,. 1,. 0. 11. 1, 1,. 0. 1,. z.. 1,- 1,- 1,. ,,. ,., ,,- ,,, ,, Page 214 777377777 ?L YQ 45: 59 '1r1HllE1l1g,5,fU lllL MJv - Y 5 A4 wmv?" ILLINOII 8 CHIC HE defeat of the Ohio State football team, 8 to o, netted Illinols her second consecutlve Conference Champ1onsh1p. Minnesota helped by defeatmg the hltherto unbeaten WISCOH- s1n eleven, and MlCh1g3H waylald Iowa, the other contender Illmols took advantage of a break 1n the first quarter and both Lou Gordon and Russ Crane saw a br1ll1ant opportumty to help wm the game when they tackled Eby beh1nd hrs goal l1ne for a safety Peters scored the only touchdown on one of hrs quarterback sneaks after a 4o-yard dr1ve down the fneld featured by three passes and heavy l1ne plunglng by Fritz Humbert The Buckeyes fought hard for they were mtent on keepmg the Ill1n1 from another champlonship In the last quarter Oh1o trled line plunges, but those fa111ng, they went over to the aerlal route. The Zupmen were not to be cheated out of the tltle, and after Ohio made 60 yards on passes, Mllls intercepted Holman s next long pass as the game ended. Illmols Ohxo x x xxx Scom: nv QUARTERS as ix, xx l Co ZXQSXX rv ' I ll-ll IE 1lfQp5,4UD ll 9 'A' ' YYY .pf vq vq .0 .0 .w. xc- xv Y. v. v. v, xv 9' vv v- xv xv xv sv x,. Y CRAIG RUBY Coach C. C. LIVE Freshman Coavh VAIQIITY IBAIIYETBALI. HEN Coach Craig Ruby issued his iirst call of the basketball season, prospects for a good year were bright. Five lettermen from the 1928 squad returned. Cap- tain Ernie Dorn, Johnny How, Kes Deimling, Doug Mills, and Drew were on hand for the first day's practice. Players from a good freshman squad the year before were also counted upon to aid in the Big Ten title race. Then there were other men who had seen some action throughout the season last year but who had not earned their letter, After the iirst four non-conference games against reputed teams, the hopes for a title quintet were raised still another notch as the team played bang-up ball in the quartet of games. The Illini cagemen rolled up impressive high scores over their first two opponents, Bradley and Lombard. The Vagabond North Dakota five were beaten by one point in a thrilling game, and Washington U. was defeated in the last non-conference game. B The conference season started with Illinois losing the opener to a superior Purdue quintet. Indiana was played the next night and lost to the Illini. However, a stumbling bleek was encountered on the first road trip, and the Illini five lost badly to both Ohio State and Michigan. A victory over Chicago was registered in the last game of the first semester. The second semester opened with a loss to Butler. Chi- cago and Minnesota were met in the next two games, and both suffered defeat at the hands of the Illini. Ohio State also won the return game, but Illinois managed to give the cham- pion Michigan iive a severe jolt in the next game. Indiana took revenge for her earlier defeat and handed Ruby's boys a Io-point drubbing, and in the next to the last game Purdue repeated her earlier V performance and snowed the Illini under with an avalanche of baskets, led by big Murphy. Illinois won the final game from Minnesota on the home Hoor. N00 Coach Ruby . ASSI. C l Ll Hill D Asst. Conch Sabo Mill' M ll Capt. D H Harper ,K A A 7,s,7h.7h.7fk Page 218 YY YY Y YY YY .- I wrl-uns' llILLlI'U YQYYCQC' 455 ' l'9'5"U' e nv 2 YY Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois. . Illinois. . Illinois Illinois VAIQJITY CIBAIKETIBALL THE SEAsoNls RECORD Bradley ..... Lombard ..... North Dakota. Wash. U. .... . Purdue ...... Indiana ...... Ohio State .... Michigan .. . . . 29 22 27 29 24 16 27 2I Illinois. . Illinois. . Illinois. . Illinois Illinois. . Illinois. . Illinois. . Illinois. . Chicago . Butler Chicago . Minnesota Ohio State. . . Michigan Indiana .. Purdue .. Illinois. .325 Minnesota . . .27 CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Percentage Michigan .. .. ... IO 2 .833 Wisconsin . . . . . 9 2 -813 Purdue .. .... . .. 9 3 -750 Northwestern . . . . . 7 5 -533 Illinois ........ . . 6 6 -500 Ohio State .... .. 6 -500 Iowa ..... . . 7 -416 Indiana . . . . . 3 -333 Chicago ... .. 9 -ISI Minnesota . . . . . II .083 Hif:R1xiAN YOUNG M anagcr J. P. SABO Axsistaut Coach Horton Harr Riessen Coach Lipe Hadzim Morgan Sowcrs R. Kamp Schnell Fencl Yungildcr E. Kamp Doxie Bowron Bartholomew A A4A4A4AQ..4fp,.v,.bQ,,y,Q,,oA v,QQp,Q,,,2., Page 219 5 E is 99 1r1HllE 11' p Ur IIIL Lll'U 'Q W 452 Q 3" llr y I 5 5 5 s 9 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 I 5 I 5 5 I 5 I 5 5 5 5 2 5 5 ? 9 5 5 5 5 5 f . Doolen Hpr VAIQIITY IBAIKETIBALL HE basketball season opened for Illinois with an impressive 46-29 victory over the Bradley cagers in the New Gymnasium. Coach Craig Ruby gave his entire team a workout in this game, using- twelve men during the contest. Captain Dorn paced his mates to victory with six f1eld goals and two free throws. The Illini doubled the score on Lombard in the second game and won, 44 to 22. Harper found things to his liking and when the game ended he had 1 5 points to his credit. In a game packed with thrills to the last minute, the Illini downed the Vagabond North Dakota five, 28 to 27. With a few seconds left to play and the Nomads in the lead, "Bur" Harper tore down the sidelines, arched a long shot toward the netting, and followed it in and shot again from the corner just as the gun sounded. How and Harper shared scoring honors with nine points each. The Illinois team won its last non-conference game from Washington U. by a score of 38 to 29. A trickv offense and good basket shooting were responsible for the victory. Ernie Dorn had his weather eye peeled for the hoop and garnered five field goals and five free throws a total of fifteen points before the final gun. Hu me X x ll 1 11 , , 0 F I 9 ' . . . 9 , 7 B ai' P P' I . 5 , . 1 N P . P - ' ' . N r ill' C m r ? . il .x .mt -s .sk -xt .xX .xx .QS .xX .QX .QS - ,, lp. 1. 1. 0. I.. I - 11. I. 1, lp, lp. 11. li. I1. I. 1 N Page 220 ' ., ., -, iz' 11" ns 11- p5,.g n. m, xv ' ' ' f f f ' I NT' ' 'Qi 9 flu' Y Af r Q VAIQIITY IQAJKETIQALL URDUE, one of the co-champions of the conference last year, was the opponent in the conference opener. Inability to hit the net in the early stages of the game, Murphy's height, and Harmesonfs scoring spree mid-way through the second half, proved too big a handicap for the Illini to overcome, and Purdue won, 33-24. Johnny How managed to elude the Purdue guards long enough to garner five field goals, and Mills was second with three. Playing a cool, deliberate game which froze any effort on the part of Indiana, Illinois defeated the other co- champions of the conference before a capacity crowd in the second conference game. It was a brilliant game of Ruby strategy and the Hoosiers were baffled right from the start. Starting a rally in the second half with the score stand- ing at I3 to 7 in favor of Ohio State, Ernie Dorn tried to lead his teammates to victory but was unsuccessful. The close guarding of the Buckeyes and the inability of the Illini to hit the net cost them the game. The next night the Illini played a better game against Michigan but were unable to penetrate the Wolverine's defense and were beaten, 2I to 17. Ernie Dorn was the star of the tilt and also high scorer. an May f l 1- :, MILLS Captain-Elect How .NX A X K X -xt .nX .xx -QK AX -xX AQX .58 -sX .sX .xX .sX .QS .sX .QS ASAXA. lp. I1. Ii. In. II.. lf.. li. 11. ll. I:. 11. ln. lp. II. 1, 1, 1, 11. 4. Page 221 u' 'ir IHI 11:1 195,407 L nw f if ea Wan .41 " -.--1 Sum., H. ' I Simbnich VAIQIITY IEAIIYETIBALI. HE next game, with Chicago, was conspicuous by the inability of both teams to find the basket, but Illinois managed to hit it more times than the Maroons, and finally won the game. Fouls were numerous, and before the game was over, Dorn found himself out of the tilt with four personals against him. The Illini five started out the second semester with a 33 to 28 loss at the hands of Butler. The game was ragged and erratic throughout. The team journeyed to Chicago to play the next game, and again won a victory over the Maroons. The game was a battle all the way through and only the spectacular floor Work and shooting of How, who made eight iield goals and three from the foul line and who repeatedly drew Chicago's defense out of position, won the game for the Illini. The squad then went up to Minnesota and after piling up a large score in the early stages of the game, let the Gophers climb' up to within three points, but won the game, 35 to 32. In the return game with Ohio State, Illinois lost another five point game to the Buckeyes, this time 35 to 30. The Illini defense offered little resistance to the Ohio sharp- shooters throughout the game, and the Buckeyes man- aged to get a goodly number of shots from inside the foul line. Dorn made high score. "M 'lzafy N ,,,, , .AF " . . , if I i' . u 1 Bergeson - PI I Wx .x .xx AX .gt -xt .xX AX -QS .nX .mX AQX .sX .sX .AX .sS. .A .QS .sX .QX .Alia l:. I1. L. 11. A.. 11. li. lp. li, 1,. l,- 1,A ,L 1,A ,A I I l Page 222 lv Y A V , 4 v' 1ruHllE1lfgpg,4Up lm. Lllfll Zn Ya ,V VAIQIITY IBAIIYETIBALI. HE champlonshlp hopes of M1Chlg3H were g1ven a Jolt in the New Gym on February 18 when I1lino1s won the game 2 7-24 The Wolverlnes overhauled the Ill1n1 and t1ed the score at 20 all when the game ended Durlng the overtlme, Harper sank the f1rst goal to tally wlth Chapman s prevlous one He sank another one from the center of the floor, and How made good h1s free throw Mllls then Went the length of the floor to slnk the last one. Ind1ana avenged the defeat handed them earller 1n the season and drubbed the Ill1n1 'by a 32-22 score The Ill1n1 led at the half but the Hoosxers started the last frame wlth a burst of speed, and before the game was over handed Il11no1s a dose of ltS own med1c1ne and kept up a fast passlng game In the return game wlth Purdue, Il11no1s lost an un- eventful, unlnterestmg 'game to the Bo1lermakers, 37 to 23 Harmeson led the scorers Wlth eleven polnts, wh1le "Stretch Murphy had to be sat1sf1ed wlth only t baskets out of 18 attempts and live free throws Johnny How led the Ill1n1 w1th three of each kmd. Il11no1s closed the conference season Wlth a vlctory over Mmnesota, 32 to 27 Dorn led the Ill1n11n polnts, garner- lng two fleld shots and five from the foul lme, wh1le How was second Wlth the close of thls game Il11no1s had to be content with a t1e for flfth place Wlth a 500 average DORN Captain X ls Drew Lewis f x x .Ks .xx Ax .A Ax - x .xx .A A , 0, 0, 1,, 0. 0, 11. 1,. 11.11. 0. A. 1,. 0. 1,. 1. 0. 0. lp iw Page 223 GW I v 1 , X X i 1 Q. V x? X E V 1 I 5 I x . . I , . Yr '- R N ' VV"- - 555,5 E Wx V 2 FRESHMAN COACH 99 '1r'ul-ills 1'-gp5,4Up im. ii, H. L. GILL Coach VAIQIIT TIQACIK Season 1928 OACH HARRY GILL sprung another surprise in the 1928 outdoor track season and the Illinois Varsity track squad won another title, but had to be content with second place in the Big Ten 1929 indoor meet after defeating Notre Dame and Iowa in dual contests. Prominent throughout the 1928 season was Illinois' four-mile and two-mile relay teams. The four-mile team copped the event at the Kansas relays, and the two-mile crew were victorious in the Ohio relays. They also took first place in the Drake relays, and the distance medley relay team set a new Drake record in winning the event. Dave Abbott enjoyed a splendid season as a member of the four-mile relay team, as a two-miler and in cross-country. He set a new Southern California outdoor record in the two-mile run and also established a new Big Ten record in the same event at the conference meet in Evanston. Dan Lyon continued his earned wins in the shot put and finally beat out ' all competitors for Big Ten honors at the meet. Bob Carr also did some nice work in the high jump, winning at California and also at the con- C. WERNER V 425. Y 4g5 2 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 ? 5 3 1 5 5 7 2 P F P ference meet. . OUTDOOR VARSITYNTRACIC SQUAD, 1928 Coach Gill Johnson Novack Miller Carr Glass Barnes Hcinson Bush fMgr.J Timm Chambers Ponzer Scldon Nickol Altman Gerard Patterson Tockstcin Abbott E. C. White Fairfield Bunning Orlovich Hal White Rodgers Kimmel McElwee Hamlet Lce Sibbitt Lyon J. Simon F. Simon Stine , , M .x .A .A A .A .mx .A -sk AX .mx .A .ex .sX .xx .A .A .A .sX .mx Azxh. IL 11. lf. lp. 0. la, I1. 11. 11. In l,, 1,, 1,, 1,. 1,. 1, 1,, 1,, 1, Page 226 I LA in-un: qpgm 'Ur lm. L LL A. C. LENZ Manager VAIQIIT TIQACK Illinois . .... ..................... .... ..... 5 8 M JUNIOR MANAGERS Iowa ...... .... 4 5M Ohio State .. .... ZQM Michigan ....26 Northwestern . . . . . .23 Wisconsin .. .... 16 1, Chicago . . . .... I5 AFP' E Indiana . . . .... I2 it Minnesota .. ...i SZ Purdue.... .. . ...6 OUTDOOR SCORING-1928 I Illinois .... ..... 6 4 A g California .... .... 6 2 VOLLBORN DONIGAN Illinois .... ..... 8 Syqg Notre Dame .... 28M Illinois .... .... 7 575 Iowa ......... .... 5 9X3 Illinois .... .... 8 o g Michigan ............ 55 SOPHOMORE TRACK MANAGERS Marshall Strong Dinsmore Unzigkcr Mcislahn Kalcinsmidt Coombs .x .ex .A .A Ax Ax .A .ss -mx - ,AQAQQ A bhbxbs, - 0. 0. 0. 11. 1.. 0. 11. 1,. 1.. I.. 0. 1. xv Q Page .VX 7fN.fXfxz- U v N I '0'0 4eg V-A, ' x x x x ..- 'I ' V' is I 'xl . i fs xy 5 I'AIRI'Il I D Captam 1928 VAIQIIT TIQACK 1929 Indoor Season FTER WINNING an indoor track meet over Iowa only the week before, the Illinois trackmen journeyed over to Iowa City to bring home another indoor conference championship, but the Hawks sur- prised the Big Ten and won the meet themselves. Iowa won three first places and enough places in the 70-yard high hurdles to count as a first. This is the first time in three successive conference meets that the Illini have not captured the title. Dave Abbott scored first in the two-mile, Captain Hal White and "Bo" Orlovich tied for first in the half-mile run, Harper and McDermont tied for third in the pole vault, and Sentman tied for second in the high jump. Bob Carr, another high jumper, was forced to keep out of the meet because of an injured ankle. In the first dual meet of the season, Coach Harry Gill's team defeated Notre Dame in South Bend, 56 to 33 The Illini won seven of the ten events in addition to the mile relay Judd Timm, running in the 6o yard dash, came in second, a foot behind Elder who equalled the world s record for that event Simon leaped to a new Notre Dame lndoor record with a leap of 22 feet 9 lnches Other Illini leading the field 1n their events were Carr and Leonard tied for first in the high jump McDermont and Harper tied for first 1n the pole vault, Abbott won the two mile run, and the mile relay team composed of Kelley Stephan Andrews, and Quigley took first place honors INDOOR VARSITY TRACK SQUAD 1929 qw wr :HI IE jpg, 5,419 ull. Lllfll 3- V v ,. , H R WHITE Captazn 1929 Kraus G lx Harper Cave Burkhart Trimble McDermont B RHarper Helkes Coach Gill Andrews Bertclsman Lieberman Celaya ox Dcnckas Sen tm 'ln I'ru1n Nlckol Lcn7 Mgr Orlovich Novak 'I ocksteln Sanders Bunnlng Capt White Glass Seldon I onzer Replogle Stine x n g s 1 1 1 f r, , . 2 V Al I I I I I I . , Z , y ! J 1 ' ' ' ' F . 1 ' ' - ,, . Timm Simon Conlin Patterson Kelley Leonard Carr Rodgers Stalmaker Abbott - 1 . . . , . ' . . . .- W . A ' .Q . ..x -ex .x -ts - x -.x -A -ex -ex .xx -.x - x -ex -A .ex -A - x Ax .AA1,- I.- I - 12- 11- lf. 11- 11- 1,. 0. J.- 1,. 1,- 1.. 1- 1,. . 1 1 1 iw Page 228 av V2 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Qu v7 -qv '0 " '0 'rl 'ff 'lf -0, - ,.- :six I .VVVV U 'v 1 'W 0'v T 'H' 'E l"gl5l'U7 A iip' v' v' v' v' v' v' v' v' ' w V x v' v A ' vw 4.4 Ll V ki- ' 500 'ir 1 l r ll , VAIQIIT TIQACK LLINOIS WON the second dual meet from Iowa by the overwhelming score of 6 5M to 38M. Three new indoor records were established by the Illinirin this meet and one was tied. In the mile run, Stine clocked off the distance in 4: 2 3.2, making a new Illinois indoor record. Cave established a new record when he ran the 75-yard low hurdles in 8.3 seconds. In the 880-yard run, Hal White set a new record by running the distance in I:56.9. Bob Rodgers, one of Coach Gillls hurdlers, had a big moment when he tied the world's record of 9.4 seconds in the 75-yard high hurdles. Sentman placed second in this event. I l: i 5 J CONFERENCE INDOOR SCORES same Iowa . . . . . 2Qyg' Ohio State . . Illinois . . . . 20M Indiana . . . . Wisconsin . . 15M, Purdue . . . . Chicago . . . QM, Northwestern Michigan . . 7M Minnesota . . FRESHMAN VARSITY TRACK SQUAD WW' 1 l ' lk .'.: I ..i, -, .- --a .- McElwee ' 1 Werner Rylcy Andrews Starrett Kelly Zellc Dickinson Hills Gill jahrling Coach Gill. Glick Bertelsman DeMott Hill Turner Lewis Otto Smith Sweetman McCormick Fruin Luettich Miles Celaya Kemphcr Fox Greenberg Crowder Miller Dempsey Colgan Mouncc Morse Olson Harper Lansden Herbert Fuller Cash Cave Peristey Senlman Burkhart Gage Kraus Lefiler Burgess " '.fWQLiTrl5 A xx .xx -xx .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx -xx .sX .A .xx .A .xx .xx .A4x4. 1.. 0. 1,. 1,. 0. 11. A. 1,. 0. 1.. 1.. 0. 1,. 1,. 1,- 1. ,,, 1,. 1. Page 229 vv' 'Y v9 'tru-4:15 I- pgtgp um. LIl'UI 1 3 1 ta. r A Flass 'v-ws 1'0" HE ILLINOIS track team trlumphantly mau gurated the 1928 outdoor season by staging a brllllant victory over the Umverslty of Southern Callfornla track squad at Los Angeles by the small margm of two polnts, the score belng 64 to 62 for the Ill1n1 when the linal event was declared over and the polnts counted up Sport wrlters of the cen tral west and the far west conceded that Callforma would wln the meet, but they forgot they were deal mg wlth Harry Glll, the successful Ill1n1 mentor The events were won 1n the manner 1n whxch cr1t1cs thought they would be won namely Call forma w1nn1ng the sprlnts, quarter mlle, pole vault, both hurdles, and javelln throw, while IlllI101S took sweeps ln the mlle, two m1le, shot put, dlscus throw, and hlgh Jump In the 880 yard run, Hal Whlte and Bob Hamlett hterally ran the legs off of Gloege, the greatest two lapper 1n the west, forcmg h1m lnto thlrd place ID the tlme of I 55 8 Dave Abbott set a new Southern Callfornxa record when he ran the two mlle dxstance xn 9 358 Novak placed thlrd Dan Lyon captured first honors ln both the dlscus throw and the shot put Bob Carr came 1n first m the hlgh Jump at 5 feet IO lnches In the mlle run Stme McElwee, and Abbott all tled for first place ENN I-55 1 A Muller !,., ,T V Slmon Bunnlng Chambers 'V el i SYS 'Liv .41 ' as 1 'V - 'Q 1 QQ ,,., -7--1-v--h ' . 5 ,,,K.N. 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The 7 i , , 4 tl Illini fared pretty well at both relays. The four- v -N - 5 If 1, X mile relay team, composed of Novak, McElwee, 5 5- Stine, and Abbott, won as was expected but the y 'fi A , weather slowed up the time considerably. Other 5 , F, events were: thesprint relay quartet placed third, ' f pg ' and Frank Simon placed fourth in the broad jump. , x f is Over at the Ohio relays the two-mile relay team 'fs 9' Hg . . composed of Bunning, White, Hamlett, and Orlo- . lv Q get vich won the event in 8:22. 5., the distance medley S L ,Q I ', relay team placed second, and Carr tied for second ' ' -gl , if ' in the high jump. ' ip, f The Drake relays proved to be a different matter 1 K ' f and the Illini came home with the lion's share of A pw - Q . the honors. The distance medley relay team with ,Y Qi ',,W,:,,.' XL 'li White, Chambers, Stine, and Abbott carrying the ' baton, set a new Drake record by winning in W"fl' f'f',':' s M Io:24.5 The final results were: first place in the F-Simon two- and four-mile relays, took first place medals Rodgers for their section in the half-mile event, won their heat in the 440-yard relay, and third place in the second race of the one-mile relay. 4-rf ,JI ,,,1 N f tu "k,Nx 13' 9'9" . ik ., X 1 X in xx E :ff s ' 5 E. c. white oriovich Lyon P rl- - 1 Wx A .A -A .A .A .A -A .A .A .A ..A .A .A .sX .A .A - .A .A .AAA. 1.. l,. 0. I.. A. 11. lf. 1,. 0. 0. 1,. I.. A. 11. 1,. 1.. 1.. 1,. 1.. rw Page 231 , u' 1ruHl1E1lfgp5,iUr lm. L IIUV X ' l Q ' 'gi Al' YW ' ' ...l 1' if 1 5 , If l use Heinson IN THE special events, Barnes tied for first in the pole vault, Lyon got second in the shot and third in the discus, Carr and Miller tied for third in the high jump, Lee placed third in the hop, step, and jump, and Fairfield was fourth in the two-mile run. This made a total of four trophies and 31 medals. , In the only non-conference meet, the Illini swamped Notre Dame, 88M to 282. Three Notre Dame records were shattered when Dan Lyon heaved the shot for a distance of 47 feet, 655 inches and then he threw the discus 142 feet, 6X2 inches for another new record. Dave Abbott broke the previous field record in the two-mile run, setting up a new mark of 95392. Joe Simon tied the field broad jump record, leap- ing 23 feet, M inch. In the 120-yard low hurdles, Bob Rodgers tied the record set by Wynne in 1921, Stine won the mile run and Rodgers came in first in the 220-yard low hurdles. Gerard took first place in the javelin with a throw of 181 feet, 52 inches. In the pole vault, Barnes and Heinsen tied for first, while Carr, Miller, and Wachowski all tied for first in the high jump at 6 feet, 1 inch. sf' ,, .2 .3 1 MQ, W fl ,K L 1 1.4 'F I " '1 "L Kimmel R .?"-.9-I Hamlet! Scldon Ponzer . 4- . A- . ..- ,44,44,44 -,-,- - -,,-,, , , P H Page 232 R vw I I 4 YvvTvv0vvv ZA gl I -fri llz1pg,5,fUp ilu. , -fp. L Q I" x . Y' D me .. ..4 N p W, 1 I ' , w NLLINOIS kept up its habit of defeating Iowa, and downed the Hawkeyes in the third dual meet, 75y3 to SQX3. The race which proved the most satisfactory to the Illini was the victory of Rodgers over Cuhel in the 120-yard high hurdles. Cuhel broke the tape first but was disqualified for knocking down three of the hurdles. Abbott and Fairfield relinquished their 40-yard lead in the two- mile run and allowed Tockstein to break the tape first, thus assuring him of his letter. In some of the other events, Lyon took first when he heaved the shot for a distance of 47 feet, rox inches. Miller even surprised Coach Gill when he bested his teammate Carr in the high jump. joe Simon won the broad jump, while Barnes, Heinsen, and White all tied in the pole vault at II feet, 6 inches. 5 Michigan provided the opposition in the last dual meet and were downed, 80 to 55. The Illini made grand slams in three events, taking all three places in the high jump, broad jump, and pole vault, One University record was tied when Hestor, Mich- igan star, ran the 110-yard dash in :9.8. Another University record was broken by Michigan when Cooper ran the 220-yard low hurdles in :2 3. 5. Dave Patterson Abbott won his usual two-mile race and Hal White and Orlovich placed first and second in the 880- yard run. if-, ' - M :' J'J5Cv1 l 2, A - 1 -' '- 4-I if x- ,iisz1"f" " . f 4 ' .raf:'4-rfflf mf 'S' ' Lee Barnes Tlmm , Vx x x x -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx xX .A .A .xx .xx .xx .A2x.a. 1.. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1, 0. 1 1, 1 , , , i I I I i l .Qi six .QX gr Q. ., 4 i' Y gi .ay A .. . I - Q. 'f .1 4, Wachowski VAIQIIT TIQACIY TAKING four flrsts, a tie for first, and a host of other places in eleven of the sixteen events, the Gill-coached Illinois track team won the twenty-eighth annual Western con- ference track and field meet by a score of 58M points, thirteen points ahead of Iowa, who came in second. Dave Abbott, versatile Illini two-miler, broke the confer- ence record that has existed in that event since 1922, when he ran the distance in 9:23.7. Abbott came in So yards ahead of Bullamore, of Wisconsin, second place winner. Joe Simon, Hal White, and Dan Lyon were the other first place winners. Simon won the broad-jump with a leap of 22 feet, 4M inches. Hal White ran the 880-yard run in 1: 55.1 to chalk up another first for Illinois, and Dan Lyon heaved the shot 46 feet, 9 inches to capture. the honors in that event. The half-mile run was where Illinois practically won the meet. Gist of Chicago, and Martin of Purdue, both of whom have wonderful reputations for the run, elected to try in other events, and this may have aided the Illini, as Hal White won, with "Bon Orlovich placing second, and Bob Hamlett came in fourth to add eleven more points to the total. Bob Carr and Tom Miller tied for first in the high-jump after outclassing the other competitors for honors in that field. Barne, Earl White, Stine, Orlovich, and Rodgers were the sec- ond place winners for Illinois. The broad-jump was also helpful, Joe Simon winning with "Greasy" Lee placing third, and Frank Simon taking fourth to add ten more to the total. Bob Rodgers placed second in the 120-yard high hurdles when Cuhel of Iowa was disquali- fied. In all, eighteen places were taken by sixteen Illinois trackmen. FOUR-MILE RELAY TEAM A Q9 'll'IHIlE1l1Qj5,4UI llIL isV , White Orlovich Stine Abbott .x ..x .xx .x ..x .xx .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .A .A .A Zx 1,, 1,. 0. 0. 1,. 11. 1 1 1 1 1 1 , Page 234 V?'v'???777v 'Ugg-N,-X, s., 'NTIS Q9 'll' IHI IE 1.1 j any IIIL Lllfll as ' y fl " I4 9 4 5 4 2 VAIQIII 7 CIQDIINZDIJNIIQ 4 5 4 F 4 5 4 5 :mum Q r 4 5 TARTING out the season with a team that was made up 4 g of a number of veterans, the Illini harriers had a mediocre , 5 year. They won a triangular meet from Ohio State and Mich- f igan, lost dual contests to Notre Dame and Iowa, and placed , 4 9 seventh in the conference meet at Madison. Q 5 Captain Dave Abbott had a remarkable season, coming in 4 3 first place in every meet and also finishing first in the confer- 4, f f ence meet. He led the field from the very start of the contest xl, Q 9 and always had a good lead when he broke the tape. Abbott 5 set a new Illinois record in the meet with Iowa when he ran 5 the distance in 2o:56.2. i . e 'Notre Dame was the first foe and the only non-conference 5 7 , competitor of the season. For the first time in three successive Q 5 " meets, the Irish managed to eke out a .22 to 2? win over the S 5 - q Illini. Abbott placed first, and other Illini harriers took third, 4 f ' . sixth eighth and tenth places. Q f I' I ! 7 . , 4 f f - F On the first Saturday in N ovember, the Iowa harriers came Q 9 ff! to Champaign, and won from Ill1no1s, 24 to 31, over a rain- W 4 5 in A soaked course. Although Abbott set a new course record, the N R 4 Z Wm A Hawks took the next three places and managed to turn in the "Va 2 " lowest score. Q ? mi In the triangular meet with Ohio State and Michigan at 4 7 W Columbus, the Illini won the meet with a low score of 38. y Dave Abbott placed first again as usual, and the other Illini Q 5 to score were: Stine, fifth, Seldon, seventh, Novak, tenth, and 5 5 Stalnaker, fifteenth. n i H 9 The season was closed when the Illini placed seventh in -Q F the conference meet. Although Abbott led the field of 60 q harriers for first place, the team was unable to take advantage 4 5 of his place and finished seventh with I2Q points. Indiana won J ' the conference championship. 4 4 A 1 ABBOTT 4 Captain 4 4 4 VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM 4 - 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 P ' ' IW- , Coach Gill Capt. Abbott Novak Ponzcr Fruin Stine Seldon Denekas Stalmaker I ' 4 ? ? if I4 .4 .A .A A -A .A -A -A .A .A .A .A .A 4 .A .A .A .A .A .AfA4- 1,. 1,. 0, 1,. 0. 1, lf. IQ. 11. 11. 0. 0. 1,- 0. 1,- 1. 1,. 1,. lp in Page 235 f,7'V 'Five ,. fxfxfvs U ZX! 1 til IHI IE 'llcgljpui ll IL Ll A 4 McIntosh 5 WERNER Manager DELAY CADNIVA NE world's record was broken and six new Car- nival records were established when the class of middle west athletes, more than 839 from 79 univer- sities, colleges, and high schools, hurled themselves against the marks of the past in the twelfth annual Illinois Indoor Relay Carnival held in the Armory on March 16. The Illinois four-mile relay team again lowered the Carnival record for the event when White, Orlovich, Stine, and Abbott bettered the mark set by the Illini in 1928 by finishing in 17:53.3. The Gillmen also es- tablished a new record in the university two-mile relay when the team composed of Sanders, Stine, Orlovich, and White came in in 7:54.6, breaking the record held by Georgetown since 1925. ' Chicago set a new American indoor, national colle- giate indoor, and carnival record when they ran the University medley relay in 1o:31.2, breaking the mark set by Illinois in 1928. Simpson, Ohio State, won the 75-yard dash in 7.6. Elder, of Notre Dame, who established a new Carnival record last year, came in second. Nebraska won the shuttle hurdles relay in 41.5. This is a new world's record as it is the flrst time this race has been run. Michigan State Normal medley relay team again captured the college medley relay event but failed to better their record of last year. Galesburg took first place in the high school one-mile relay but failed to better the record. Lamont, of Michigan, ran the best time in the I,OOO-yard run. Kansas State Teachers' College of Pittsburg, again won the college two-mile relay event, but lost the college one-mile relay crown, which they won last year, to De Pauw. Bcrlmger -X --K .A A -xx Ax ..x .ax -cs .ax .1 ..x .mx .ax .xx Ax .A .mx .ax .A2xh. A. 0. A. 0. 11. 11. lf. 0. lp. 0. 1,. 0. 1.. 11. 1 1 1 1 1 S' Page 236 yvv9vv7vgv A, 'urn lli:1l.g,5,1Ur l l W v VV X ZELLE Student Manager DELAY CAIQNIVA OM WARNE of Northwestern established a new worldis, American indoor, national collegiate, and Carnival record, when he cleared the bar in the pole vault at I3 feet, 7M inches, breaking the record'made by Droegemueller last year. Martin of Purdue established a new Carnival rec- ord in the 1,500-meter run, when he broke the tape in 4:5.1. The previous record was established in 1924, Barney Berlinger of the University of Pennsylvania, a sophomore, broke a record that has been held by Norton of Georgetown since 1925 when he won the all-around championship with a score of 6,o7o points. In winning, he tied for second in the 75-yard dash, won the shot put, tied for first in the high jump and pole vault, landed second in the broad jump, claimed a fifth in the hurdles, and placed last in the 880-yard run. Illinois placed four men in the individual champion- ship. Simon won the broad jump and Replogle placed third. McDermont placed third in the pole vault and Harper tied for fourth place with Soults of Iowa State. Rockaway of Ohio State outclassed all contenders in the 75-yard high hurdles. Cave, Illinois, ran the 75- yard low hurdles in the fastest time. Root, Chicago, made the best time in the 330-yard dash, and Patter- son, Illinois, came in for second place honors. McIn- tosh, Monmouth, won the high jump with a leap of 6 feet, 2M inches. 5- A Simpson Warne 4 X X AX ax .xx ,AX .ax AX .sX .sX AQX .xX ,AX .xx .A .QS .A .sX .QS -AAXIA l,, l,A 1,- ,,. j,A j,A j,, ,,- f,A ,,- ,,A I, I' I, ,I ,. I' I I I A A ' 4 e- Q. I. Q I, Page 237 f f Sm, 'QL Q 3 H , R 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 9 5 5 5 pp ? 59 1ruHluE1lfQp51Ur lm. Lam 93 V4 lgi ' I agp , y VAIQIITY IBAIEIBALL C. L. LUNDGREN C ouch ASSISTANT COACHES S'1'l'1WA RT JORDAN The 1928 .SwL'l1.l'0l2 PRING-and along with it plenty of rain and cool weather-arrived early in the Twin Cities, and that cool weather and rain may have been one of the major reasons why the varsity baseball team ended up in eighth place in the final conference standing of the season. Due to the inclement weather, Coach Lundgren and his players were forced to abandon many valuable days of the training period due to the soggy condition of Illinois field and had to content themselves with swatting the ball around the Armory. Six lettermen were on hand at the beginning of the season, which number raised the hopes that the Illini would have another championship team. Captain Dick Finn was back at his old position of shortstop. Bud Stewart and Don Andrews reported early and began warming up their pitching arms. Gundlach, Finn, and Glade looked like the best choice for infielders, while little jimmy Lymperopoulos, a sophomore, was slated to play third base on the Illini nine. Sweeney was back for his old position at center field. O'Grady was used in the right field, while Ernie Dorn took care of the left garden for practically the entire season. Cann, Snyder, and Wil- liams alternated behind the plate. Harrington was also used as a pitcher quite frequently during the season. Bud Stewart, the ranking pitcher in the Big Ten last year, again baffled team after team with his variety of curves and drops. Taking little rest between encounters, Stewart was a big factor in guiding the Illini to victory. Andrews and Harrington were the reserve pitchers. When the last game was played, jack O'Grady led the batters in the conference season with a .3 57 average and was followed by Gundlach with a .348. Four Illini players ended the conference season with batting aver- ages of over .3oo. S rl- :ix AX .x .mx ,AX .qt .xt .sX Ak .AX .sX - X .SX .s sX s bg Page 240 u' 'ir il-ini: il-gpjpgp IIIL LI U! ' X 'Ei .!i' 2 VAIQIITY IBAIEIBALI. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Percentage ' MlCl1iiZHn . . .... II o 1.ooo Iowa .... ,,,, 6 4 ,667 Purdue .... .... 6 4 .667 Wisconsin . . . ,... 6 4 ,667 Indiana ....... .... 5 4 .556 Ohio State .... .... 5 4 .556 Chicago ....... .... 6 5 .ooo ILLINOIS .... .... 6 6 .500 Minnesota .... .... O o .ooo Northwestern . . . .... O 1 1 .ooo THE SEASON'S RECORD I M3l'Cl1 31 .--... .............,..,.. I llinois, 2Q U. of Mississippi, 1 , April 2 ,....... .... I llinois, xg Mississippi A. 8: M., O April 3 ........ ..... 1 llinois, 2, Mississippi A. si M., is l April 4 -.----- ........ I Ilinois, IQ U. of Alabama, 1 A April 5 ....... ....... I Ilinois, 65 U. of Alabama, 6 H' A' BOLING APl'll 7 ------- ..... I Ilinois, 3, IQ Ft. Benning, 4, o Manage' ADFll 9 -----.. ..... I Ilinois, 7j U. of Kentucky, 4 April II ........ ........ I Ilinois, 5, Purdue, o Avril I7 ------- ..... I llinois, 14, Butler, 1 APl'll I9 ....... .... I llinois, 14, Bradley, o April 25 -...... ..... I Ilinois, 5, Purdue, 4 JUNIOR MANAGERS APl'll 23 ----.-. .... I llinois, 8, Minnesota, 3 APl'll 30 ----... ..... I Ilinois, 2, Wisconsin, 5 4 May 4 -------- ..... I Ilinois, 4, Ohio State, 8 May 5 ---.---. ....... I Ilinois, II, Ohio State, o May 3 -------. .... I Ilinois, 8, Keio U. Uapanj, o May 9 ------.- .... I Ilinois, 2, Keio U. Cjapani, 1 Mal' 12 --'----- ..... I Ilinois, 5, 5, Michigan, Io, 8 Mai' I3 -----..- .... I llinois, 5, Notre Dame, 3 A MHY I9 ------.. .... I Ilinois, 4, 2, Iowa, o, 4 g,' May 21 -----.-. ..... I Ilinois, 17, Minnesota, o 3 ' MHY 26 -....... .... ....... I l linois, og Wisconsin, IO 1 RESERVE GAME SCORES I Illinois, 2 ....... ..... D sifauw, sl Illinois, 3 .... .......,.... E utisr, 5 ' ' ' A Illinois, 9 ...... ...WabaSh, o Illinois, 4 ........ Indiana Normal, I DEAN HILDEMAN SOPHOMORE BASEBALL MANAGERS i l Simon Hodgman lidgrun Stoltz McKee Dubnch I-Iershbnch Rudigcr pewrson Q1 m8 AX .sX ,Q .S A V X X . ,L ,IA In I., ,IA ,L I' If 1 Page 241 -73 ,V :rg 211 rvvivvtvvvvqv-Q, ff '0 'v 'v 'v 'V 'v 'v 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'lr I HE ll'g,5I'U' u ii, , 5 AA' I. , , I I ' r ' . 4 1 ' ,A aim' 5 1 f V' V' V' 25, r ' rr 1' 'N "7 f 9,7 ,," ' 'B ' l T li If ,r f JAPAN IIQIID .. r 9 .1 .1 ' -I I-K FINN ANDREWS Captain Captain-Elect HIRTEEN HAPPY Illinois baseball players, their coaches, and a manager, boarded the japan- bound ship at San Francisco on August II, and on August 31 landed in Tokio, Japan, for a barnstorming tour of that nation to show the N ipponese people what American collegiate baseball is like. The players to make the well-remembered trip were: Andrews, Bower, Harrington, and Mueller, pitchers, Snyder, catcher, Brown and Sweeney, outfield, Cap- tain Finn, shortstop, O'Grady, first base, Shaw and Walker, second base, Lymperopoulos and Williams, third base, and manager, H. A. Boling. One of the best records ever made by any American team in japan was made by the Illini. En route to the coast, the squad played games at the following stops along the way: July 30, St. Paul, july 31, Jamestown, North Dakota, August 1, Billings, Montana, August 2, Helena, Montana, August 3, Missoula, Montana, August 4, Spokane, Washington, August 6, Yakima Washington, August 7, Bellingham, Washington, Au- gust 8, 9, Io, Vancouver, British Columbia. Illinois' chief opponent was Keio University, which arranged the trip and with which six games were played. Each team won two games, another was a tie, but the Illini won the sixth and deciding game. Lundy's boys defeated Meiji twice, broke even in two games with Waseda, and closed the visit with a victory over the Daimai newspaper team. J VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD x Goss Bower Drenkpohl Engvall Mueller Collins Meyers Mal0l' Jolley Johnson Lunclgren Lind Kuhlemeyer Ginie Walker Marshall Glade Cann Williams LymDf'l'0D0Ul0S Rickman Stewart Shaw Andrews Stewart Gundlach Finn Sweeney Dorn Snyder Harrington , A l :gags A .A .A A -A .A .A .A .A .A Ax -A Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax .A .AAIA 1.. 1,- 1,. 1,- 11. 0. 0. 1,- 0. 1,- 1,- z.- 1,. 1,. 1,- 1. 1,- 1 , fx. Page 242 ' 7 fxfxfxf- Lkl 'q 1 7'7 T I I 9' X Q' gs ww' 4- m 'Ev --K I -' ' li EAST MEETS WEST TI-Ili JAPAN TIQID I WELCOME ILLINI OACH CARL LUNDGREN and his players are full of praise for the sportsmanship and hospitality of their Japanese hosts. At the opening game against Keio University, the rival .teams paraded down the field to the tune of "Illinois Loyalty." The Illini club of Japan also played a big part in entertaining their American guests. I . This was Illinois' first baseball invasion of Japan, but it IS expected to arrange a trip every three or four years in the future. The scores were as follows: Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... Illinois .... ....2g Keio ....5g Keio ninnings gKeio .... 7 . 2 ' Keio .... ...., ....4gKeio ....7gKeio ....SgWaseda .. winnings ....1gWased:1 .. ....7gMeiji ....5gMeiji 73 Daimai FRESHMAN VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD ' Jordan Eckowitz Anderson P. Fissenger Kinch Seidel Koener Leech Krueger Breen Duerrmunn Hull Crawford ' Schroeder Conley XV0len Yule Fouts Carr Lyman Elliott Harper R. Fissenger Trocli Friend Vangelauf Whitte Wilson Schmidt Brinn Wolosonovich Leaph Martin fx .x .K AX gk -ek .xX .mx -nX AX .sX .AX AX .sX .sX .A .A .sX .sX AX -Alain Ia- l:. l:. la. 0. li, li. Ia. ll.. lp. lp. 1,, 1,, 1,, ,A 1, In ,L ,, W Page 243 X f , ,, , F 'ir in-al IE ll IL Lulu 'Q Isa? l"g,5llI-D A, !, A ' I ll it W. 5. ,E i l H .Y-Y, 'Q OFF 'ro THIS OTHER sum OF 'rm-1 WORLD ' " Walker LLINOIS opened the southern baseball trip and the season against Mississippi in a ten- inning pitchersf battle with Bud Stewart on the mound for the Illini, and Illinois won, 2 to 1. S Norm Gundlach's theft of home in the tenth and W.-5 X Glade's similar perfomance in the opening frame I nf" " 1,5 started them on the road to victory despite the ' four-hit hurling of the "Ole Miss" pitcher. Glade tx NV got three of the four hits and started things in . - A , X , ' the first with a single. Sweeney laid down a sac- NYQA , , u rifice bunt to send him to second, a passed ball 1, it letting him get to third. Walker struck out, and - I ' t"' ' S 'i"i'l'5f'7FSffi??ilf while Collier was winding up to pitch to Finn, Glade stole home and the catcher missed the P t throw. Gundlach got to first in the tenth on an ll'H'l""S overthrow, and made third on Cann's infield out. When he stole home, the "Ole Miss" catcher be- came excited and interfered with Stewart, who was at bat, and in the excitement, Gundlach made the plate, safely. In the next game with Mississippi A. 81 M., Harrington allowed only five hits and pitched a shutout game, the Illini Winning, 1-O. Sweeney made the only run in the third inning. , X lj l l G . vlhllq ill FAH! A? . . 'ii y l x . A I V S I l Brown Pl I gk AX .AX .S AS .A .sX -sK .sX .sX .sX .xX s A li. - l:. ll.. Ii. ln. lz. 11. ll. I1- lp lz.. lf. IW Page 244 fx x 99 1rnl-1:15114 p5,4Up ll v A' 455 Q fp X I .f in f., . ."'.g I K of . l I . XX A -6 1 - f.7ff' new Snyder v i p41 ABOARD THE HSHINYO MARU" BOUND FOR JAPAN ISSISSIPPI A. 8z M. took revenge in the third game and handed the Illini their first defeat, pounding Andrews and Mueller for I3 hits and winning the game, IO to 2. 'lihe . southerners cinched the game in the second inning, knoclemg J: . ,- Don Andrews out of the box and continuing the assault against ' Q Jerry Mueller to score seven times. It was an off day for Illinois 4, an I all around. Sweeney and Finn scored the two Illinois runs in , f , the fourth frame. I I 4 Journeying over to Alabama on April 4, Lundy's nine had , .. to satisfy themselves with a tie game with Alabama. Bud A Stewart was on the mound and allowed only four hits. Glade ' got to first on balls, reaching second on Dornis sacrifice bunt, i and scoring the lone tally on Waller's triple in the first inning. Alabama tied the Illini again the next day, this time each V t, ,. ,S Q ly , . team garnering six runs. Andrews pitched a good game up to . ,Q the eighth when he was pounded for four runs. Ft. Benning was next on the schedule but rain cancelled the first game. A double header was played on April 7, and Illinois ,. Dorn split even, Harrington losing the first when he allowed three ! ' x , i if XX 'WM PW? zaliflk 1 Y fl . i runs in the last inning. Stewart pitcheda three-hit, no-run game and Illinois won the second game of the double header, I to o. Lymperopoulos scored the lone run in the third frame on a three bagger, and then Glade singled him home. The southern trip ended with a 7-4 victory over Kentucky. ll ..2' XX XX X I fr' l , ', ,y Q, I . . , Bowen .. .. . -A A .. .A .A .. .A .A .A AsX .A .A .A .A .A .AflA. 1.. 0. 0. 1,. 0. 11. 0. 1.. 11. 0. 1,. 1.. 1.. 0. 1,. 1.. ,- 1.. 1. 1344 Page 245 59-rv' , D ,fx fxfxfv- D , 'ir ll-ll IE 1l.g,5,4Ub lm. : x X X X? 1 -was . .f -Wy 5 - if X 1, It 'lr , .1 .Russ , ' "F-rr, , Qt N ' Q l i r ja 0 'Q' L . uf x 'A-11"-4 Q rr " l wigs-f,?r?rffaaw ,H'f .-f,-,1 . J wif ff. w . 41,11 - .,4:"'..'. , Glade A SOCIAL EVENING ABOARD SHIP i I ,,"' A it if If XX -as.. K Q ll 'L Andrews PENIN G the conference season against Purdue on Illinois field, Bud Stewart was in fine shape, the team played airtight ball behind him and the final result was a 5 to o shutout for Illinois. Only 30 men faced him in the nine innings, and of these, only two reached second base. Six Purdue errors were instrumental in letting the Illini gather their five runs, and they showed real ability to sock the ball, collecting eight hits off Maxton, the star Purdue hurler. Ira Sweeney was high scorer with two runs. The second conference game, scheduled with Iowa, was cancelled because of rain, a double header to be played later. Butler next provided the Illini a little exercise in the form of a game that was won by Illinois, I4 to 1. The Bradley Polytechnic boys were next and offered little opposition, the Illini winning I4 to o. Michigan was to be the third Big Ten opponent but rain again inter- fered, a double header to be played later. rss . 1 .1 , A ff f"' Sweeney xXXXSxXXXXXAXxXsXXXXXXxlXlIl1llhll1l1 1 Page 246 P , - - .- P , , P ., I ? l l 5 - - Pl . .. lx ESQ .s s .Q .s 1 .x - .Q -s .s .5 A .g - - .x .s .s .s .Q A 2 ,, ,, - 1. 1. - I. - ,. lA1,. ,A ,,- In LA ,A I. ,IA ,I I iw 4 as f?fx".fKf" 'I 9 3 I v'v 0V 'qgg Tl "E1l'QI5v'U' l !ip' v' 'wx w v' v' x i 1 tx 4' s I 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 9 5 9 5 3 5 5 5 5 B Z 3 5 5 Z 5 5 P 4 P N P .,' 1, 'fl 'V 5 I 9 Y u 1 I fl! ki f 's, , lg I F , l W. a- M 1 I- A . - H , ,yall , .-' 1, , ,. A -. Lf - Ff J-'ff 315. V' ,,1"','7" ,qf " -we . ,M Harrington N WHAT was f1nally the second conference game, the Illini again encountered Purdue, this time on the Boilermakers, diamond, and I v w V LA' ' N THE KEIO NINE: THE ILLINI'S PRINCIPAL OI'I'ONliN'I'S 1 19 were the winners by a 5 to 4 score. Bud Stewart, after getting away , , I Q' to a wobbly start in the first two innings, allowed only three scattered - hits the rest of the game. After trailing, the Illini came back in the fifth and scored on hits by O'Grady and Cann. In the sixth Stewart doubled and came home when Walker hit across the middle of first base. The winning run was scored in the seventh when OlGrady tripled with -none gone and came in on Cann's infield out. On April 28, Dick Finn and Jimmy Lymperopoulos led an Illini batting , attack against the Gophers with three hits apiece, and were instrumental in defeating Minnesota 8 to 3. Harrington went in for Stewart in the third inning after the latter began to weaken, and went into the ninth frame before a base hit was made off his delivery. Dick Finn had high average for the day, with three hits and two runs to his credit in four times at bat. fq W A rin! . E' f J Y 7 1 i lffk '- Q. ff L'- ,. 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I S 2, 'f Y U O'Grady ISCONSIN came next on Aprll 30 and managed to adm1n1ster the flrst conference defeat to the Ill1n1 team Bud Stewart pltched fine ball throughout the game but the lnfleld blew up ln the nmth and the Badgers managed to sneak through thelr iive tallles 1n that fateful frame The Ill1n1 scored thelr two runs ln the fourth, Gundlach gettmg to thlrd on OGradys mfleld out and scormg on Dorn s home run A two game SCFICS was played w1th Ohlo State on May 4 and 5 Ill11'lO1SlOSll'lg the f1rst 8 to 4, and redeem mg themselves 1n the second w1th a II to o w1n Stew art, the Ill1n1 ace, went great the fxrst two frames, not allowlng a smgle h1t, but ln the thlrd two errors by Fmn allowed three Buckeye runners to cross the plate Glade scored tW1C6, and Gundlach and Stewart each once for Ill1no1s In the second game of the serles, Sweeney had a b1g day and garnered three runs The Ill1n1 battered three Buckeye hurlers for a total of eleven hlts and scored seven runs ln the 1n1t1al frame on flve stralght bmgles, one a home run by Harrmgton w1th two on bases gi' 4' Q, 'Q Lund fxxxxxxxxxxx1xxxxxxxxxxA1111 I 1111 1 J ' O I . . . , . . , , . 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It was a see-saw tilt up to the ninth, but Lange had to knock a homer that scored three Wolverines. With these two defeats went any remain- ing Illinois hopes for title honors. Interscholastic week-end saw a double header with Iowa, andthe Illini won one game, 4-o, and lost the other, 4-2. Gundlach, O'Grady, Cann, and Harrington brought in the Illini runs in the opening tilt. Stewart and Harrington pitched both games, and Harrington and Shaw brought in the two Illinois markers in the second contest. In the next to the last game, Minnesota proved easy picking, and thirteen Illinois along with eight Gopher errors provided the Illini with ahr 7 to o victory. Lymperopoulos crossed the plate four times and Shaw t ree. Wisconsin battered three Illini pitchers to win the last game of the season by a IO to 9 count. Seven runs in the last inning won the game for the Badgers. -ffl ,yo K . CD5 . .VX ' r r l l 4 an 1 . ' x rf" A-I ., v . I V W . w K tv. ., ' - ... . ,, S' n Cann A X X -sk .xX AX .58 .xX QX .KX sX sX sX sX sX sX 5X mX xXlXI - - - - - - - - . . - ,.1,- 1,. 14.11. 1- 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, lp 1, 1 1 ' - - '- - - . . ,.1,.1, 1,.1,.1. fw Page 249 k o 0' 'sr Hu: 1l1Qp5,4UD lm. Lulu, vi i' 1' 5? casl' f WW Q A A 2 X x 5? x KICNNIEY Coach VAIQIITY wnfnlwe OACH "HEK" KENNEY, in his first year as Varsity wrestling coach, followed in the footsteps of his teacher, Paul Prehn, and produced another good mat squad, although not winning the Big Ten championship again, the team made a very creditable showing in losing only one match the entire season. Four veterans returned as a nucleus for the 1929 mat team, but when the season opened Kenney had whipped together a formidable outflt that proved to be a title contender. An impressive showing was made at the first appearance of the Varsity in a dual meet with Missouri at Columbia. Illinois won the meet, IQ to 9. Capt. Allie Morrison and Minot scored falls over their opponents. On January zo, the team journeyed to Wisconsin, and proceeded to hand the Badgers a severe 25 to 5 beating. Minot scored his second fall, and Bauerle, Morrison, Crane, Claypool, and Burdick won decisions. Nlllorn I- lood I arson Lzunpboll Minot D"l1Ul Tllllkllll Wivll llurrlick McClure Conch KL-nncy BFIUOH BHKICHC Capt. Morrison Claypool Chaunln-rs Pagc 252 99 1raHnE1l- p lm lm. LIMJ 'Q Q Z! Af ,4:.A!!, X Y .1 MORRISON Captain OON after the start of the second semester the team tackled the strong University of West Virginia squad and emerged victors, 24 to 8. Minnesota invaded the Gym Annex for the next meet and met the fate of the others, 27 to 3. Tonkoff and Wietz won their matches by falls in a little over 7 minutes. Traveling to Iowa City the following week-end, the Varsity defeated the Hawks, I7 to 9. Allie Morrison did his bit, winning by a fall, while Minot, Dooley, Claypool, and Wietz won by decisions. Illinois earned the right to compete in the championship match with Michigan by defeating Chicago by a 2 3 to 5 decisio-n. The Illini, lost one match, and won the other seven, T onkoff scoring a fall. For the third consecutive season Illinois and Michigan met to settle the championship of the Big Ten, and the Wolverines left the campus with the title under their belt by a I5 to II score. Wrestling in the Big Ten individual matches at Purdue, Sapora won the conference IIS-pOl,1l'1d championship when he defeated Lafavour, of Northwestern. George Minot was crowned Big Ten 135-pound class champion when he won a decision over Jessup, of Indiana, in the flnal round. , A Q 5, Q 4 4 S 4 4 4 4 4 - Q 5 2 4 2 4 w,ww,.. 4 4 4 4445055 li A 1 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1,- 1 - 1.. 1. fin Page 253 ,7 L f' ' V? , , 59 'lr' :HI IE 11' p UD ml. Lll'U 'V 1 452 Q 5' A, in 9 'A' 1 4 I A. R. CAHN Coach AIQIIT TENNII OACH CAHN'S Varsity tennis squad met five conference foes and were victorious over four during the 1928 season. They lost a chance at the Big Ten title when the Ohio State netmen defeated them on the Buckeye courts for the only loss of the season. A Winning four of the five singles matches and both of the doubles contests, the Illini opened the season with an impressive 6 to 1 victory over the Purdue tennis team. O'Connell, Bard, Braudt, and Thompson were victorious in the singles matches, and O,Connell paired with Braudt, and Bard teaming with Clark, were the winners of the doubles contests. , Ohio State handed the Illinois team their only defeat of the season by winning two of the doubles matches and three of the singles. O'Conf nell, Braudt, and Bard won in the singles, while O'Connell and Braudt won the only doubles match. , y 1 A Brandt Biliiigznrtner Capt. O'Conncll Clark I4-ggi-gl Coach Cahn Bard Park Thompson Chrcnburg Wx .x .-X AX .X .sk .xX AX AK AX AX .xX AX .xX .sX .sX -sX .sX .sX .58 AX,-AA- In. li. l:. la. Ii. li. la. Ip. lg, 1,- ,A ,L 1 1, I 1 I , W Page 254 1 b 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 I f 9 5 . 5 . 5 . 5 QX5' r 5 f 0'CONNELL 9 Captain 5 5 5 Z 5 9 5 9 5 l 3. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 . 5 , 5 4 Qi:-av I.. f., .-5 . 1 ? 1 5 5 5 . f?A'fw'. , - gf 'IPI IIE 1lIgj5,aUD A vsv v, ' 455 Ili 5 v w max, -AQ za '-5 THOMPSON C a plain-Elect VAIQJIT TENNU TH the Buckeye defeat still smarting, the netmen journeyed to Ann Arbor and trounced the Big Ten champions by a I2 to 7 margin. Iowa came next, but somehow got the dates mixed and the match was forfeited to Illinois. In the last game of the season, the Illini netmen defeated Minnesota, 7 to 2. Capt. O'Connell suffered the second defeat of his University career at the hands of Cornell, the Gopher captain. Illinois won the doubles contests and lost two singles matches. For the third time in as many years, Capt. Tim O'Connell won the Big Ten singles championship by defeating William Budd, of Chicago, in straight sets, 7-5, 6-2, 6-o. O'Connell paired with Braudt brought the doubles championship to Illinois when they downed Nelson and Calohan, of Chicago, in the finals, 6-4, 6-I, 6-o. I . 5 iii l'-1 IT l g Q I , I f A 24 l GQ , 5 A' il I 3 1' ' . X Q . .X .A Ax .x -tx .ax ..x Ax Ax - x .mx -A -ax .ex ...x Ax .ax .ax -.x Axixh. 1,. 1,. 1,. 1,. 11. 1,, 1,- 1,- 11. 1,- 1,. 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1 X, . . - - - . . ,. Page 255 75 v ,S ,QQKVX wr nu-el us 1l'QD5.4Ub lm. Lil' Y FISH HE ILLINOIS Varsity golf squad relin- quished its claim to the Big Ten golf championship to Ohio State and the Illini quartet composed of Fish, Carter, Sutin, and White had to be content with third place honors. The championship meet was played on the difficult Scioto country club course at Colum- bus, Ohio, and the Buckeye team took first f Cam place honors with a low score of 1,323 strokes. Illinois was third with 1,352 strokes. No Illi- nois golfers placed in the individual scoring. In dual competition the Illini did not fare very well, winning on only two of five en- counters with other conference foes. The dual vmanrv if i B GO Ll: ,r V i n if fl' i .. I 4 ,- - ' if . Q X4 , , i f fr SWANK C oach meet season opened on April I4 and the result was a shutout victory for Illinois, Purdue be- ing defeated by a I2 to o score. After the good start against Purdue, the team, coached by Dave Swank, lost the next three consecutive Big Ten meets. Ohio State was the first, and the Buckeyes administered a II to 7 drubbing. Northwestern was next encountered and won by the small margin of one point. Michigan was the third in line and handed the Illini golfers a 15-3 beating. On May 18 the Swankmen won their last game of the season from Chicago by a 145 to 3M score. Coach Swank Bowen Whyte McKee Campbell Fish Wylie i, K6K6,c6 - ,. ln.. 0. 0. IL A. lf. 1,- 1. In 1 fy Cohen Vaughan Carter Dijoun Sulin Kurz Jones Page 256 PRICE Coach HE SECOND YEAR of Varsity soccer at Illinois showed great progress both in material and popularity. The team, in the opinion of outside critics, compared favorably with any other elevens in any section of the country. Illinois won the Big Ten conference cham- pionship by winning all the conference games that were scheduled for the season, and the Athletic Council recognized the efforts of the men to the extent of awarding twelve major "Ps", Gold soccer championship balls were awarded to those who -had participated in more than half of the playing time. The players who received these honors were VAIQIITY IDCCEIZQ v e, lisa !! Vyyyyyyryy CHAMY Captain Captain Chamy, McFadzean, Reynolds, Gas- parick, Lewin, Paterson, Byman, Young, Flor- eth, Simon, Ehnborn, and Fearey. The scores for the games played during the season were: Illinois, 7--Ohio State, 1, Illi- nois, 5-Ohio State, IQ and Illinois, 6-Iowa, o. The team was coached for the second successive season by Hartley Price. Captain Chamy, who comes all the way from Chile, South America, proved to be a very capable general. Ehnborn was elected captain for the next season, and with eight veterans returning, prospects for 1929 are very promising. . l , . - 1,2 , ' an f I .v 1 .--1 Corzimc Hyman Ehnborn Simon Florcth Coach Price Sicgnl Contratto Krakower Fcarcy Bishop Young Carboncl Lewin Mclfadzcan Capt. Chamy Rcynuldg Gasparick Paterson .A A .tx .ex .- Af A 7 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1.. 11. 0. 0. 1.. 1.. 11. 1,- 1.. 1.. 1,. In f.. 7 Page 257 A 14 A 5 v 99 '1ruHllE1l1 p tgp ll IL LlI'U as VAIQIITY IWIMMI N13 5x K Q if 3 x I C T O - RIES in all meets par- ticipated in and third place in the Big Ten meet were the honors reaped by the Illinois s w i m m i n g team for the 1929 season. Chicago, Pur- due, Cincin- nati, Wiscon- sin, Indiana, and Iowa all fell before the superior Illini squad. First place in the diving by Groh second in the 220- yard and th1rd in the 440-yard swim by Kied- ing, th1rd in the 220-yard breast stroke by Schroeder and third in the 160-yard relay gave Ill1no1s its marks in the conference meet. Chicago opened the season and the Man- GROH Captain P P P P P P leymen won, 56-15 when they won both relays and took iirst and second places in every event but the 1 50-yard back stroke. Purdue was met early in the second semester and was defeated, 49-22. Captain Groh far outpointed all his competitors. Winning all but one first, the Illini natators swamped Cincinnati, 52-19. Garnering 110.7 points, Groh led his team- mates to a 42-29 victory over Wisconsin. In- diana was downed and Enochs broke his standing record in the 150-yard back stroke. Iowa provided the finale, and went the path of all others by a 40-31 score. Heinie Groh regained the fancy diving crown in the Big Ten meet from Colbath, to whom he lost it last year. In the National Intercollegiate meet held at Washington U., Illinois swimmers placed fourth with II points. Groh placed second in the diving, Hol- brook second in the 200-yard breast stroke, Kieding fourth in the 440-yard free-style and third in the 220-yard free-style, and the Illini won fourth in the 220-yard relay, and fourth in the 300-yard medley relay. 1 1 Barry Iznochs lxmdmg Wagner Coach Manley S tman Stout Holbrook Capt.. Groh Webster Piper PI A I .Q-. igsfix A ..x AX .X .ek .sX AX -QS .sX .nX .SX .QX .xX .,sX .A .A .A .sX AX .AAxA. Ip. li. li. lf. 0. I1 11. lp. li.. Im. In. lp.. lp. 11. If- I.. la. Page 258 Pwru-nu-: I IIILLI as X . 455. l"9'5"U' N !uv r ar' 'fr ti A VAIQIITY WATEIQ DDLU IVE conference victories gave Illinois an undisputed claim for the conference championship in water polo. This is the sec- ond successive year the Illini have been able to lay claim to the title, last year having shared honors with Northwestern in a tie for first place. The Illini finished the season with vic- tories over Chicago, Purdue, Wisconsin, In- diana, and Iowa and every game played was won in a decisive manner by Coach Ed Man- ley's players. Chicago was the closest con- tender but was easily taken care of in a 5-2 victory for the Illini. With experienced veterans back at the opening of the season, Coach Ed Manley built a team that was even stronger than the 1928 edition. With Captain Webster and Groh at forwards, Isenberg as goal guard, a formidable combination was worked up. Stout was also used as a forward, while Kieding, Sweetman, Frank, Schroeder, and Barry were used throughout the season in the guard position. In the opening contest with Chicago, Frank and Stout each with two goals, and Groh with one, gained a 5-2 victory for the Illini. Isen- berg, playing a good defensive game at the goal, aided the Illini in beating Purdue, 7-1. Wisconsin was shut out IO to o, with Groh scoring five goals. Captain Webster was second with three goals, and Stout was third with two. Indiana was next and trod the path that all the other Illini oppo- n e n t s h a d taken and went down in de- feat, 6 to 1. Heine Groh took off high scoring honors again, getting five of the six points to his credit, while Stout garnered the other point. In the final contest with Iowa, the Illini won their fifth dual meet and also the conference championship when the Hawks forfeited the game. W IC li STIER C aplain Harry Isenberg Kit-ding Cgach Llanlcy Sweetman Smut Capt. Webster Groh fi xk .X -xt .sX .ex .QS AX .sX .xX .sX .gK .xX .sX .sX .QS .sX .QS .AAxh. IQ. li. la. h. I1.. lm- Ii. Ip II In I: In I I1 I I I - A - - - 1. .. 1. 4 1. Ii. Ip Q Page 259 u' 'ir :Hur-:1 195,101 Lilian . . 2 ' ' i A ' FULTON Captain VAIQIITY GYMNAITI OR THE FIRST time since 1912, the Illinois gymnasts, coached by Raymond Heidloff, won the Big Ten title at the conference meet held in the Old Gym on March 8 and 9, chalking up 1143.85 points to their credit. By taking margins in the side horse, flying rings, parallel bars, and tumbling, the Varsity gymnasts proved their all-around scoring ability, and their lone first, which went to Oeler in the side horse event, made the old password of the Illini, "a team of average men,l' a bit more to be believed. The gymnasts took down all opponents during the season in good order. Iowa was met in the first contest on February 2, and the Hawks lost by a margin of 118 points, winning only one first in tumbling. The Illini placed Oeler, Danzer, and Jenkinson in the order named in the side horse event. Ohio State was easily taken into camp in the second dual meet, Illinois winning 1218.6 to 116.4. Illinois won honors in every department of the meet. A seventeen-year jinx was broken when the gymnasts met up with Chicago on February 23, and won the meet 1182.5 to 894.75. Illi- nois had no individual stars, all the men doing their share towards winning the meet. In the iinal meet of the season, Heidloff's men defeated Purdue by an overwhelming score. Bill Fulton was captain of the gymnasts. Christian Mitchell Heidloff fcoachj Reiter Niszscn Danzer Dewey Jenkinson Fulton fcnptainl Oeler Whipple Wufga 5 .X .sk .QX 4X -sk .sX AN .AX .sX .mX .SX .s QS A MM ll. lr. lp. Ip, 11, 1,, lf. l,. 1, Page 260 Y7'Y'P'?' u" 1ruHl1E1pg,5,.Up lm. LIIU ' YYKYYYVWCJCYVX f YYPCVPY x X ii VAIQIITY fmcwe HE varsity fencing team, coached by Herb Craig, brought to Illinois the conference fencing title. Two members of the team, Haier and Schlicher, won conference individual titles, winning the foils and sabre competition respectively. Thirteen points, a new high score record, were run up by the trio of swordsmen represent- ing the Illinois squad. Of all the duellists participating in the meet, the work of Haier was outstanding. He won all six of his bouts, winning first place medal. Three of his triumphs were 5 to o victories, a feat that is seldom approached in conference competition. The fencers showed up well in all of the dual meets. In the first contest, they defeated Washington University by the score of 1 3 to 43 Captain Pereira and Haier showed up well. The Ohio State fencers were easily beaten in the second dual contest by the score of IO to 7. The Illini won the foil and epee matches and tied in the sabre event for the victory. Captain Pereira led his men to a 12-5 victory over the Chicago fencers in the third dual meet of the season. Haier won his match from Friedman, who was conference champion last year. Purdue was met in the last meet and Illinois was victor by a IO to 7 score. This is Coach Craig's first year as coach of the Illini swordsmen. PICRICIRA Captain Scibert Knox Capt. Pereira Mcnke Gross Schlichcr Couch Craig aQ.d44aSa6AQSAf ,QQA h his Page 261 k vf-5 f a V wg Q tap . Qi I N' I I . '1rnHlnE1l'gp5,4Ub im. Lllfll X f Y YYYYY Y LIVINGSTON Junior Manager li. J. MANLICY Director INTIQAMUIQAL 65 THLETICS FOR ALL" becomes more and more a reality as the years roll by, and the 1928-1929 season has proven no exception. More students have participated in every sport held this year, additional events have been added to the program, and more equipment has been provided by the I-M officials. Director Ed Manley and Senior Manager Bill Cameron have successfully carried forward the University stu- dent athletic program to the point where the sport activities near a true representation of the spirit of Intramural sports. A new phase of I-M activity is shown by the interest dis- played by the officials for the independents, and it is planned soon to install an independent Intramural managership to take care of the increasing interest shown by independent men for athletics. SoPHoMoRE lNTRAMURAL MANAGERS C ll f Diver Kendall Honold Nil Wheat S Gvigff ' A4965 Adxdxxxadfsbgbgbsbsbsba bfhlabkbax Page 264 'P 1rnHllE1lgp3,oUi lm. L lnv f7T7-C1 AA 1 vi i' QW , J il ... , v is LL , . .YF CAMERON Manager Handball Singles ................... Tennis Singles ..................... E. W. Brown, Pxi Upsilon E. Canney, Phi Kappa Tau Handball Doubles .................. ... E. Canney, W. R. Doolillle Phi Kappa Tau Crass lfieuniry ........ Pi Kappa Alpha Golf, Individual .............,..... . . . . .R. B. Marlin, Theta Kappa Phi Golf, Tcam.L ........ Sigma Alpha Mu SPRING 1928 Playground Baseball. .................. Phi Kappa Playground Track ................. Tau Della Tau Tennis Singles ..................... . . . . . . . . .L. G. Sahlin, Phi Mu Della Tennis Doubles .................... Hickerxon, R. M. Moon Della Alpha Epsilon Golf, Individual ...... H. V. Lundeberg FALL 1928 Swimming.. Track ................. Tau Delta Tau Basketball, Tennis Doubles. . .................. Basketball, K. Sweetman, H. A. Weslphal Ilus Basketball, Water Polo. Volley Ball, Volley Ball, Ball, Fraternity ......... Alpha Epxilon Pi Hall, Independent ....... Wyandolts WINTER 1928-29 ............PhiKappa Pri Pledge. . .Sigma Alpha Mu Member ..... Della Upsilon . . . . . . . .Sigma Phi Epsilon "A" Team ........... Della "B" Team .............. .. . . . . . . .Kappa Della Rho Independent ........ Flaxher INTRAMURAL CARNIVAL CAMl'lllCLL Junior Manager N r A .x .A -A .x -A .xx .A .QS .xx -mx .mX ,mx .sX .sX .A .mx .xx AX .nk 9484. I.. I4. lp. ln. 11. 0. la. If ln. I' In 1, 1 1 , , ' A A - 1. I. 1. 4. In. In. I. 1 f K if Page 265 4 lx fr Y X 4ig' 1HllE1lfgp5,1Ub lm. Ll Y ni LA DELTA UPSILON MrM1xrR VOLLFYBALL T nur Whyte jullu IM lmm Gimrv ILUS TENNIS DoU1sI,1-is TIQAM lat 'T fl ng r 'Nfwnn ,Mr no yd if . , .' I , V, L V. ' , 'gr'-,QL---g'f fifm:a?im S l'1'I'Rl.-XX XYliS'I'l'l'IAL P111 IQAPPA Pq XX A11 R POLO limi R, Curran Wells O Umm ll Illnrrolmllr NI: un Brennan Smith IX L mmchul ' AAAKKA 7A7,x7A7,x N V Q' 'ir IHIIE1 fQp3,4Up IIIL Lulu iv YKQYQYQV X YYYVYY DELTA F RATERNITY BASKETBALL TEAM Luzrf Mgr. Kamin Hyman Lewin Rothman Bcckcrnian, Asst. Mgr. R, li. MARTIN .uf Rusvn Slutsky Weber Landis P1-11 KAPPA TAU HANDHALL TEAM Golf Individual C ham pion IlOOLl'I'TLl'I CANNIQY ALPHA EPSILON P1 PLAYC-ROUND BALL TEAM Ginsberg Handler Hilrlllllln L. Lewis Alpert A. Rothenberg Williams Wolen Ralllson l I Page 267 Here they come-there they go- The first and last of the circus show- This is the end. This is the end. This the sudden break in the laughterg This the silence the years portendg The pause between the Before and After This is beauty that poises here, This the heart and the head held high- And this the reason we do not fear: This is beauty that will not die. UNIVERSITY WOMEN 7 V WOM E N S ACEVITI E S V fxfxfvx u' 'Ira-41151 - 4 5 IIIL Lnfm gv w Afv xA! Ez? '0 'v 'v 'v 'v 'v 'fl 'v 'V 'v 'V bfi I gig! U y 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 ? 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 . 3. P 5 P I 'v l'l 'rf va 'I MARY TRENCHARD 0MAN'I LEAGUE OFFICERS MARY TRENCIIARO .... . ..... .President VIRGINIA BOWEN ....... .... . ..Finance Secretary CORNELIA ROBERTS .... ...Vice-President MARY ANN EIDMAN .... .. ...Senior Representative GERVAISE KAPPUS. . . . . . , .Secretary ANNA LOUISE JACKSON. . . . . . . .Junior Representative Homecoming. . . . . . .MARY ANN EIOMAN Dad's Day ..... . . . . .ALICE MCGINTY Motheriv Day. . . . . . . .GRACE LOCKIIART Social ......... . . . . . .FRANCES CASSADY Big Sister .............. HELEN MILLER Freshman Pledg e Day. . . .RUTII MILLER Fashion Review ....... . .MARY TUCKER COMMITTEES Gold Feathers ........ FRANCES HOWARD Orange and Blue Feathers ...................VIRGINIA MARSH Citizenship .............. MABLE DEERE Freshman Education AIJELE SATTENSTEIN Vocational Guidance. . .ALBERTA LEWIS Finance .............. VIRGINIA BOWEN Poster ..... ............. . OLIVE OGREN Bulletin Board ..... MARJORIE PURNELL Elections .............. ADELE MERN1Tz Historian.. . .... MARGARET WATSON House ..........,.. MARION HENDRICKS Welfare ................. HELEN GREEN All University Party . . . . . . . ......... ALBERDINE HATCHER Activities ..... . . . . . .CONSTANCE MOON fl Q- E . 'S Watson Mernxtz Green Moon Lewis Ogren Hcndncks Deere Sattenstem Purnell nXxnXsXXXsX1XsXxXxXxXxXxXg 111101111111lllpl:Ipll1II11111lp 5 I r XS A A al- - lx Q . - 1-s A . . . . 4 - - - - - A A -'- A - - -1- - I-0 f X Page 272 it ul-+I IE 1l.g,5,1Ub llIL l X Roberts Kappus Bowen Jackson 1-jidmnn s UMANQJ LEAGUE OMAN'S LEAGUE is an organization to which all girls of the University are eligible by virtue of their registration as students. Its function is to serve the varied interests of the University women, and to bind them in closer, bonds of friendship. The Orange and Blue Feathers and Gold Feathers organizations help develop the leadership and initiative of the underclass women. Its welfare work is confined to furnishing houses on the campus for girls who are working their way through school. By its twenty-one committees it fosters unity through friendship and community of interests, and trains its members for lead- ership in student activities and in the outside world. " iv" H A7'5i'5!"'-?S'L 5. .F ' P . 5 Miller Bowen Howard McArthur McGinty s CHSSMY Hatcher Marsh Lockhart Eidman P aim .x .A X g A A A .. .tx .xx Ax .ex .ex .ex .xx .ex .mx .ex .A .A .A .ex Ax ..xAA. 11. 11. A. 11. A. 11. 11- 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1,- In 11. 11. 1. iw Page 273 'SWK 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3, P P P P P . P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P fxfxfxf- U ,, , 0 ou 1rnHlu-:1l1gp5,fUb ml. LI 41 .4 44 ' ' f er id 4gvi ,X,, S Y A14 sl "' I ANIEE AND I3L E FEATI-IEIQI F irs t Semester CHAIRMEN MARGARET PARKER ............ . ...... Social LUCILE FISLER. . .. ELEANQRE HALL .... DOROTHY CASE . . . ELEANORE WII.I,IS . MARGARET MATIIIS . . . . .Recorder . . . . .Points . . . . .Publicity . . . . .Program ....Finance Second Semester HELEN DUNCAN. DOROTHY GARD. . . .Social Recorder NANCY MEEDE .... ..... L .Points JANE ACKER .... MARJLHRY FINN .... . .... MARY FRANKLIN. . ., ... Publicity Program .Finance RANGE AND BLUE FEATHERS is an organization of the Freshman women for-A the encouragement of their participation' in campus activities. Its membership is open to all F reshmeng but to be initiated, each girl must have 75 activity points and a "CH average. Through the operation of its Loan Fund, Orange and Blue Feathers helps many a needy girl. ' ,e X' . if p I j 1 Parker Fislcr Hall Case Willis Mathis Duncan Gard , Meade Ackcr Finn F,-anklih li- igifx A .A -A .x as .xx Ax -A .ax .ax Ax .ax .xx .xx .ex .A .A .gs -A .A2xh. 1.. 0. 1,. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1.. 11. A. 0. 1,. 1.. 0. 1,- 1 1 1 , 1 Page 274 an wrn-me lg 0 W V 1- 4' X as COUNCIL KATHRYN FISHBAUGH l MARGARET Cxzocrcmz. . .Sorority Representative ...........Woman's League Representative MILDRED McKEE. . . . . . .Group Representative MARY JoAN BUNTING.W. A. A. Representative LUCILLE Tannen. ..Y. W. C. A. Representative WILm:M1NA FARNUM. .Finance Representative Donoruv BURG ....... ......Social Chairman OLD FEATHERS has as its ideal the development of those quali- ties of leadership, democracy, and friendship which will enable Sophomore women to become successful campus leaders. This aim, together with the Scholarship Fund maintained for needy university Women, has given it a worthy place on the campus. Bumng Farnham Fishbaugh Tribel MCKQC Crocker Burg YN A I 4 , A Ax -A A -A .ax Ax As Ax Ax .xx -.x -A .xx .ex .A Ax Ax ..x .AAA. 1,, 1,. 1,, 1,, 0. 0. 11. 1, 11 lo In In In 1, 1 1 1 ' -' X ' " ' - - - A 1. Q I. ln. I. la. Page 275 vxA, ' YYYYY YYY Y P , 0' 1r1HllEqlgp5,4Ub IIILILIIUI VYYYYYYYY 455 5, 6 WOMAN'I LEAGUE TEA VERY Wednesday university women are brought together by the after- noon tea sponsored by the Woman's League. Programs of dances, readings and piano selections are presented and an excellent opportunity of making friends is afforded to everyone. AAA A 7,,5,Qb3,,5,,-5,5 Pagc 27 6 IDDLL IHDW E annual Y. W. C. A. Doll Show held for the orphan children of the Twin Cities was most successful. "A Trip Around the World" was the main theme carried out. Theta Phi Alpha, with the scene of "The Village Storef' won first place, and Alpha Omicron Pi, with a scene of "Old Mexicof' won second place. x gk .A .A .A -A .A .A .xx -A -A .A .A .A .A .mx - A I 1 'ir ul-41 IE 1l1g,5,4UD Il IL Lll nv MAY FETE ACH spring W. A. A. has charge of the May Fete, which is a program of group and solo dances constructed around a central theme and presented in the stadium by university women on the Saturday before Mother's Day. The plot of the 1928 May Fete was Shakespeare's t'Mid-Summeris Night Dream? More than 300 women were in this twenty- ninth annual event. 4.4144 Prxbibsbgx y 7bL.ZQA7g,b,, u' '1rsHl1E1lgp5,4Up lm. LIIUP V4 5 YVYY A A YVQQC' 5 I TI-Ili FAII-IIUN IQEVIEW MARY TUCKHR ...... Grnrm! Clzuirmfm HE Fashion Review produced by the Woman's League was a huge success as an entertainment, as well as from a iinaneial standpoint. The pro- ceeds were turned over to the Welfare Committee to purchase furnishings and other necessities for the three co-operative houses, Alpha, Beta and Campbell Cot- 1 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 h Q. tage. 9 'lrul-1llE1lf p tgp mm. LlllU 9- 5 4' f gi h!!' f YYPWY s 4gKQAA4A,a4f3bibQf,,b,e7A 5fQ2,57,Qb,bQ,,2z, Page 279 AA vw L4 'ii 1r1HllE 1'-gpgvgp IIIL L! l'Ul Y Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. -1 LA TE DOROTIIY Scmnn. . . RUTH FEDDER ..... MARION SCOTT ..... GRENAVERE STAN1.i:v ..., Dorothy Schivb . .CA. OFFICERS ........Pre.vident .............Secretary , . . .Axxislunt Secretary A if Vice-President DORIS CURRAN. . . ,,,, . ........... Ad'UiS0f Kennedy . C. Rose Hieronymous . A. Noyes ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. S. A. Powcrs Mrs. H. F. Willis Miss Hclcn McCullough Miss Jane Watt Miss Hclcn Rand Miss Cora Miller Mrs. L. H. Provinc 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I Q 4 4 1 Q 4 Q 2 Dean Maria Lcanord I v Lockhart Johnson Kissul Doris Schicb McGinty Dorothy Schieb Fc-ddcr Stocking ' r 4 - 4 4 lf. la. lp. li. ln. la. Ia. lp. li. I1. lp. Ip. In.. I, 14. X i Page 280 9 A 5, vga 'll'll-lIIE 1llg,5,4Ub lllL l 'i, P. 'Q ga qv ,A- Fcddgr Stanley SCOII Curran O O Cl C DEPARTMENT AND COMMITTEE HEADS FIRST CABINET DOROTHY SCHIEI3 . . . . - - -Mvmbef-Ship DORIS SCHIEB ...... -------- M QCUHES ANN JOHNSON ...... ...... 2 ...Finance MARION SCOTT ......... .--- S l'f'vlC0 PVUJGUS MARJORIE STOCKING .... ------ C Unfeffitlfie ALICE MCGINTY ...... -------- Z --.-5062111 RUTH FEDDER ...,' ........ G HIS, Work SUZANNE KISSEL t A , ...... World GRACE LOCKHART .,,, . . .Freshman Discussion SECOND CABINET MIKUIJE ADAMS ..... ...Doll Show VIRGINIA GLEIM .............. Alumnae RUTH NELSON ..... ...Citizenship LUCILLE BARNARD .............. A .House ALBERDINE HATCIIER ............ Ifartzes RAMON PIERCE ............... Speakers ' HERTIIA BOWMAN .......... Recreation FRANCES HOWARD ...... Faculty Finance KATIIRYN RICKMAN. . .. ......... Books KATIIERINE BURROWS .... Town Women MARY KEITII .......... Garwood Home RUTI-I SIEMER .... Junior Girls Reserves CELESTE CANTRELL ........ Inter-Racial MARGARET KINOSLEY ............ Poster DOROTHY VOSE ........... Employment DOREAN DAVIS. . .Freshman Membership FLORENCE LACKEY ..... Inter-Collegiate MARY WOOD ...... Freshman Discussion MARY ANN EADS. .Freshman Discussion ALBERTA LEWIS ...... World Fellowship MARY MORRIS ........... County Farm KATHERINE FAIT..FfESllmG7l Discussion MAURINE HERTZ ................ Muszc JOSEPHINE GALI.OwAY ......... Hospital HELEN MILI.ER. . .Life Work Conference . l 1 I i l 1 ' ' l I I I . Gleim Burrows Picrcc Galloway Vose Keith Lackey Sicmcr Barnard Hycr Wood Fait Lewis Davis Howard Hertz Dale Bowman Nelson Cantrell Miller Kisscl Johnson Lockhart Dorothy Schlcb Fodder McGinly Stocking Doris Schieb M A M ,. 11. IA. 0. 11. 1,- 1.. 11. 1,. In 1 Q Page 281 I W 2 ff? l V WOMEN S ATH LEFCS . . 0 ,V 'll' IHI IE 1lrg,5,4UI llll. W , , .4 4,441 Y V 9 -" I4 9 4 9 4 9 A 4 5 ' ' 4 9 4 9 4 9 4 9 - 4 9 4 9 4 I 9 4 9 1 9 4 9 4 V . S I 9 9 4 U 9 4 9 4 4 5 ' 9 ' 4 L Dorothy McClure 1 I 4 s 9 4 L . 9 4 9 4 ' A ' f 0 0 0 E I N , 5 I Q 9 OFFICERS 4 f X 5 . 4 a 'DOROTHY MCCLURE ..... ------ P resident Q 5 STELLA KADYK ........ - - -ViC2-Pfwidenl 4 y ALICE ROCKENBACK, , , ........... Treasurer E g MABLE DEERE, ,,,,, ............. S Rcrelary 2 Q' ANN MIDDLETQN, ,, ...May Fete Chairman 'Q Q MRS. RQBER1-SON, , , ............ Advisor Q r 5 I ADVISORY BOARD 5 Mary Douglas Beatrice Sloan Marion Bronnel Dorothy Downey 1 Dorothy McClure Ann Middleton Bernice Davenp0rl Ruth Mary Johnson P Ara Rockenback Jane McClure Mary. Martin 10121 Clark Grace Lockhart Irene Kll'Chl'lel' 4 - I 4 I 4 r 1 N f"' 3 P 1 9 P . 4 4 ? , 4 5 . 4 ' Glelm Lockhart Bronnel Sloan ' P Smith Tucker Deere Atkinson Jones Royster Flinche Johnston Martin Hubbard Peterson Sowden s D. Johnson Merton I Downey Lync Middleton Polk Curry Lewis Dennis Deach Mower B. Bcall I 5 Clark Edwards J. McClure Ziegler Davenport Robb D. McClure Kadyk R. Johnson Grotts Mathis M. Beall 4 S 4 :fm .X .QS -sX .X -48 .QX AX -58 .xX .gX .KX -58 -sX .xX .sX .sX .A .sX .QX AXZXA. I1. li. IA. lp. ln. ln.. Ii- Io. II. I:. 11. In- lp. li. If. In lp. 11. I. Page 284 9 1r1 1Up sm. LIl'Uv 455 9 A X Q W X I Kmlyk X- Rocki- l ck Deere we Ao Ao HE Womanls Athletic Association is an organization of university women who are primarily interested in sports and ath- letics, and whose purpose it is to promote health education and to foster an interest and participation in games and all forms of phys- ical activity which make for mental and physical efliciency. Since the inauguration of a four-sport sea- son year, the organization has grown until the present roll includes about ZOO women. Interclass sports sponsored by W. A. A. are: hockey, soccer, basketball, vollevball, swimming, baseball, tennis, apparatus, hiking and track. In addition to sports, 'fSans Souci," the annual get-acquainted party for all univer- sity women, May Fete and various sport ban- quets comprise the activities of W. A. A. on the campus. The year's work culminates in the final spring banquet, at which time all maior awards are made. ' Marlin johnson Kirchner Lockhart Brownell Clark J. MCU Kudyk Dui-ru: D. McClure Sl D pm-1 ljowncy XI ln l Page 285 u' 'trtHltE1l1gp5,4Up lm. Ltlftl V- LA MAJDIQ I. . IEIIQLI 1 N . 1, X.!.' f Q Ann Middleton lilvnnor Pnrmelec S 2: Wet r -44, t' ' l at l A fb! 4 I l at x-st Beatrice Sloan Q se? yy' - 9 W 5 I 5 5 Y r 9 7 a a Z y . a 5 5 5 - t ? lt P v Stella Kttdyk Ruth Mary johnson Iolu Clztrlt Altllea Mitchell . U N f I gy! X P. t V z - L l 1 , .' ' ' , R 1' N Q r l A 5 . f Jane McClure Dorothy McClure Charlotte Base :ivy A Ag Ag .y Ag Asg Ag , ,g ,,y , g MA A 1 la.. lf. l1.I:. ln. lp. lp. 11. If. I.. lf- Ip. Ip lp f Page 286 V"'v 0' 'mr al-me 1' gp5,1Up ml. L lllb A-X Tfi 5-7 R K ' I 1 V4 4V: xv- i E 53 IEULD IEAI. GIIQLI HE highest honor that W. A. A. awards is the Gold Seal, given to those g1rls who have earned zooo points through par- t1cipat1on in the different sports. This year the smallest number ever to receive a Gold Seal won the award. One girl, Dorothy McClure, merlted the honor. A girl who earns 6oo points receives a minor IA' one who earns 1200 polnts IS awarded her major IA. The points are earned in varlous athletic competitions which W. A. A. conducts throughout the many sport seasons. Dor :thy McClure gf MINOR IA GIRLS xxXXSxXXXXXtXX-sX sX- ,., ,',',',,, I Y - "'AAlnD L x 'l . 1 lx X 1 I If I I Vx Z X X 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 9 1r1HllE lm. mln 9, 'is i"Q'5"U' it IUCCED HIS is the third season that soccer has been a major sport, and from the standpoint of enthusiasm and fun, it was highly successful. The Seniors won the championship, disregarding rain, mud and the highly touted Junior team that won the championship last year. It was only by consistent team play that they won first place in the double round tour- nament. AAA Page 288 YYY YYYY p 'lI"lHIlE1 195,403 lm. LIIUI 'Q QQ YWWV 'iii fi HDCKEY l OCKEY always summons hosts of ball and stick enthusiasts, espe- cially among the freshmen. This year, after a hard fought battle, the junior and Sophomore teams tied for the champion- ship. Both teams played consistent games, with a great deal of rivalry displayed. It will be interesting to watch these teams K fight for the championship against each " other next year. l I VX 5 M K I1. ll. If- lp. Ii. la. I. Page 289 9 1 L L ' 9- 452 1!-1IlE il gp5,4UD lll I Aga? X 3 t X IBAIKETIBALI. HEN nearly 250 women turn out for basketball practice, it is a dif- ficult task to get the best individuals and combinations sifted out to make four class teams and numerous "color" teams. This year the Sophomores won the cham- 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 I 5 3. N l pionship after consistent playing. ""-sq . ' M-i . ef" AiAi,f6xKA45,sb,bQ7QAb,7A Esbsbxhh Page 290 YYYY YYYY 99 '1ruHllE1lfgp3,4Up mm. LlI'Ul XM 'Qi shi!! YYYVY BAIEIBALI. ASEBALL affords the feminine dia- mond fan an opportunity to work off any excess exuberance, and judging from the noise and pep displayed at any interclass game, there are plenty of fans. In 1928 the Sophomores won the cham- pionship with an air-tight defense and a hit-and-run offense. The baseball varsity was picked from the best players of the four classes. A494 Agmxxaxxxkkmwmgaamxy Page 291 - ge '1l'lHIlE1l1Qp54Ub ll ILlLll'UD YQYCQCCQ ' , l b , yyyy X fx ff 31 at 3 X VDLLEYIBALL i HIS was the first year that volley- ball has been offered as a major sport, and judging from the enthusiasm shown, it was extremely popular. The Senior team won the championship, and by doing so, displayed a great deal of co-operation in both defense and offense. HM i 464444 AAA A 2b5,Q,,g,, Page 292 AfvvvxAfx 99 '1r1l-1llE 11. ,519 IIIL LlI'Ul WNY 'ii Q ' A29 f YYVYY MINUIQ IDUIQTI OWLING, golf, tennis and hiking are the minor sports of W.A.A. and 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 proved interesting. To add variety, numerous innovations are offered in the form of treasure hunts, cross-country and moonlight hikes, bacon and egg breakfast bats, and bicycle hikes. NLD A A' :',i45I1f?::!?! rr, A,a4A4A4A4fAb,JA7A7fQA7f,t 7AL,ZQ,s,57,,2,, XXX XXX N F -arm-nu-: p im. Lll'U 9, l"g'5"U f 'r ib Y X , X l lf, CHI OMEGA CHAMPION SHI-AI SWIMMING TEAM CHAMPION i931 SXVIMMING TEAM Margaret Leach Beatrice Beall Leona Rice Betty Brewster Jane Whelan Janet Heggie Wintress Dalbey Virginia Murton Irene Kirchner Ruth Mary Johnson LIFE-IAV NE CLUI3 Betty Joiner Frances De la Bera Margerite Fisher Bobbette Turner Phyllis Pence Helen Shannon Elnora Holt Helen Kitchen Margaret Waggener Ruth Heilman Charlotte Base Anne Middleton Eloise Jessen Harriet Mihan Doris Whinrey Vivian Harris Helen Flentje Kathryn Behr Jean Macdonald Dorothy Case Frances Etzbach Dorothy Edwards Mary Joan Bunting Martha Robb Bessie Specht Arlene Flint Marian Stewart E Woman's Senior Life-Saving Club of the University of Illinois was organized for the purpose of developing the sentiment and facilities for safeguarding human life fromdrowning. The Club is open to all girls who have passed the senior life-saving tests of the American Red Cross. The present enrollment is thirty-nine. P LIF1-1-SAVING CLUB ? 5 . . , L- A I igyx .x A Ax ..x .tx Ax .R -A Ax .ax .A .ex .ex .ex .A .ss .A .ex .A .AAh. 1,. 0. 0. A. 0. 11. 11. 1,. 11. 1.. 0. 1,- 1,. 0. 1,. 1. 1, 1 1 fy Page 294 l Q 44 99 'sr ul-ll IE ilfgpg :U as '55 ' f!!' P' nA l 1 1 JoHelen Wells Irene Kirchner Ruth Mary Johnson Dorothy Marie johnson Eleanor Parmelee Alice Churchill Margaret Crocker Edith Hier Marion Clark Alice Ranstead Mary Frances Foster Ruth Morrison Carol Schmidt TEDDAE1 Catherine Richter Eleanor Shepperd Ruth Ashmore Eleanor Hall Dorothy Case BIEMBERS TADDULE Doris Whinery Catherine Burns Adele Schollmeyer Myrtle Magnuson Ruth Rysdon Helen Welch Rose Steinpress Ann Avery Smith Lois Tolman Esther Mae Murtrie Ruth Heilman Marian Case ' C B Virginia Gallagher Jane Barton Mariam Allen Lois Tolman Margaret Becker Gwendolyn Roberts Marjorie King Angela Kitsinger Carol Schmidt Myrtle Magnuson Ethel Magnuson Kathryn Vaughan Marian Chase Ethel Magnuson Marian Case Mary Kendall Betty Ann Sigerist Mary Bunting l ff ' Afxkbrba i ' ,q A - I la. la. IQ. ln. li. ln. Ip. 11. In I I f 4 Page 295 YV IHIIE qpgpgugp lm. Lll' Y X ff CLDGGING ELF-EXPRESSION is one of the fundamental needs of man through which he experiences the joy of freedom and rhythm. The dance, through the de- velopment of the body, tends to eliminate as many obstacles as possible and to de- velop love of beauty. E,Vk x .m AK Am Ax.. x .4g.4n iAff 4h.4b.1z.49.1z.zh.1z.Ah.4u,4h.4b.Ah.Ah 4h.n m -K AX .5 , age? Mmmmm-:E -e AAfvVV Q' 'ur IH: IE 1' gp 5,109 um. Lulu, YYYVV YVCTYY gui . X . Bbfbpbh Xxxbx fx- f AEITHETIC DANCING HE dance creates an appreciation of the artistic, stimulation of the imagi- nation, and refines the emotions and the social side of the individual, resulting in a keener understanding of the world, a more sympathetic and finer person. ,KAAQAM A4Ac4A4Ac4azQ,Q,QAv,,rA 7fQA77,5?Q,7,Q,Q,, Page 29 f Here they come-there they go- The first and last of the circus show- There are charmers with elegant snak . es And clowns to roll in the sawdust ring, Beasts to roar till the white tent shakes With ' " an expectation of anythingg There is a fever the big top knows Besides the fever that starts the show, And the ringing blast the cle ar horn blows Echoes the glory of long ago. ACTIVITIES 7 EXW 'fy Z7 V, s Q Ak a SELF Q K ' W V V7 A , P 'ir :HI IE r lm. Lll'U 'Q V4 455 1"H'f"U As p ,af . ,.. I V42 X . 5 5 5 5 9 5 9 5 9 5 5 I 9 5 I 5 9 I 9 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 9 , PROF. H. T. SCOVILL T If ILLI I IBCAIQID DI: CDNTIQ L BOARD or DIRECTORS PROF. H. T. SCOVILL, Chairman Prof. O. A.'Lcutwilcr Dcan A. J. Harno Asst. Dean F. H. Turner R, A Connor Allce MCGIUW J. R. Larson W. A. Heinze HE Illini Board of Control was organized in 1908 for the purpose of appointing the editors and business managers of The Daily Illini as well as to determine matters of general policy. It has been so successful in its operations that it now has supervision over all publications on the campus and owns all publication property. The board is composed of four faculty members and four student members, the latter being elected bv popular vote, two every year. ' This body has raised the standards of the publications by its impartial selection of the student editors and managers and by encouraging them to use their originality, initiative, and executive power in their work rather than dictating to them in such matters. While there was originally some doubt as to the benefit of such a board it is now recognized as one of the largest factors in the recent development of publications on the campus and as such holds the respect and admiration of all the students FACULTY MEMBERS Dean Turner Prof. Leulwiler DL-an Hama . L. .ax AX .xX .QS .xi .xX A X .xX .s KX s A MM 1,. 1, I, ,L I, , I , I Page 302 ,vvxfvvvx 0' 1ruHnE1lfgg5,4Up lm. L IU! YV TTT , , 9, V -1 X v s ng, LA' if i E A V. L. K RANNERT THE ILLINI DUIBLIIHINIE CIDMDANY V. L. KRANNERT ......................... Company Manager HE Illini Publishing Company, regarded by many as the greatest student publishing company in the world, prints all the campus pub- lications except the ILLIO, and employs a business manager to advise all student publication managers. It operates its own printing plant in the basement of the Illinois Union Building and employs full-time men who print the Daily Illini after it is made up every night by student news editors, copy-readers, and proof-readers. By thus combining all publications in one organization, the more suc- cessful ones help the weaker until the latter can attain a firm foothold. A company of this size can also afford to employ a capable manager to give the student editors and business managers practical advice. This system of conducting student publications has been so successful that many other universities have patterned their publishing organiza- tions after the Illini Publishing Company. . ff Q L? STUDENT MEMBERS ' A - v.4v V' i '5- . ' M- 1 1: I .1 , - v 4 i I. . . A if , ' .' V: ' Q . ' FX ,- ' , i . . ' F-,L 4 1 fl 1 l 5 Heinze McGinty Larson Connor I S X X .sX .s X .s - xg Page 303 fvxfxxxfx. U 'll' IHI IE 1lfQj5,4UI IIIL Lll'Ur 9 V s X 552 F .Jr E VXVYY F. E. SCHOOLEY .... F. S. CooMns ...... A. E. JENNER ..... DOROTHY DUNLEVV ...... ALICE OATHOUT ...... C. E. MILLS G. H. TURNER Editor Business Manager T EDAIL ILLI I SENIOR STAFF ...... . . .Chief News Editor . . . . . . .Chief Editorial Writer . . . . . . . . .Associate Business Manager ..Woman's Business Manager . ....... .... W oman's Editor FLORENCE Hoon ..... .... .Associate H. MOLDEN ...... ........... NEVA Bowusc F. K01-:Nm .... J. J. MULLEN ............ N. O. NUTTALI. ......... ......... E ditorial Writer Woman's Editor . .Sports Editor . .Editorial Writer . .Editorial Writer Editorial Writer Page 304 vw- X i'i3?"- , If'-gnxdf' ,.1, ll , . Q ' A Jenner Mullen Hood Koenig Numan INIOIIICTI 03111002 Cogmbg Bowling Schooley MA A Egan lf. 1,. lp. I.. 1.. 1,. 1.- 11. A. 1. 1 1 1 xxxfxf- U' '1I'lHllE1lfgj5,lUb ll IL L IU ' LL LA 77777. ,ZX 4gE,. Nag? YY E. B. Collins C. R. Frederick P. E. Courtney K. M Fagin Grimma Fagin Frederick Collins Flagg Courtney Gobble ED IL II.l.I I T J. 5. Flagg M. F. Maher S. G. Schoenbrod W, E, Gobble R. E- Kuhl G. F. Taubeneck G. A. Grimma A- 0- MYU5 ' R- C. Starr C. A. Hemminger F- H- Oster gf? .1., A nf' 1.1, , ,. ,,,, ,, , .N . .. gb' .N , -.',,. ,. 2 Maher Schoenbrod Starr Taubencqk Oster Hcmminger Kuhl Myers , rnx ..x .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx A4546 ,. 0. 11. 11- 0. 11. I.- A. A. 1.. 11. 1,. 1.. 1.- 1.. 1. rw Q Page 305 fx, 'x,fxfxfXfx,fxfx,fx,'xfxfX U Y Q 'll'lHllE1l 95,49 ilgrrljgnp YCQYYYVX f gy .gg X ,ey E2 44 .A 1 ,,. 'Q T f fr- , nz mg wr -4, , 'x 91 Q-,. " V 'l rj' - 'Ti w'4:"' I Spaulding fhapprlle Kaalic Clark Tobias Stanton 1g1,ugh,,mn W0M,xN's Iinrronml. .-XSSISTANTS Eliza Baughman Marian Clark Helen Spaulding Mabel Chappelle Irma Karlie Gertrude Stanton M. I. Solomon Arnold Shapiro J, H. Manns j. W. Hope S. Robeson C1Rc'Ul.ATIoN AND CREDIT TJEPARTMIENTS SOPIIOMORICS D. S. Mussey C. Harrison R, C, Cm-y F. T. Metcalf FRESHMIQN N. F. Westheimer J. W. Turnquist R, Hummel ll. Moretsky Helen Tobias G. A. Swanson B. Novy A. Sherwood R. Taylor Nov! Manny Solomon Metcalf W1'Slhl'il1ll'f Illllflllllllsl Taylor Shapiro Cary Mussey SWJKWHI Cleveland ' , XAQAAAC A4AQ4A4AQA4zezXv,,7,Az.zXz,oAzQhSv,oh5hy,.vAv,,5,evAbAvAvA N Page 306 X T xfxfx vvvx U .1 ,A -if-iHliEqlgp5,.UplllLl.1mn . . X VVY3v3y?vVXxWyY Q V I 1 YQ Vg X N 5:3 wg., f f LA WIT... . . 1 P l I., la lv li W v Lil x i jolmwn Dalzigl Bs-ntlcy Williamson Kuhm: Xsfil Goldslm-in Flulclwr BUSINESS IJEPARTMICNT MANAGERS D. F. IJALZIICI. ...... ..... C irculati0nAManag0r BETTY PARRJSU ..... . . . . . . . . .Axsislaut Circulation .........Cla.vsijir:d Advertising C. A. JOHNSON ..... ..... D 'rbrma Campus Advertising ........C0-lid Column Editor MADPII.X'N BICN'l'l.l'1Y . . . E. H. SILVERMAN. . . .. H1-:TTY KILI-IUE ..... H. C. NEIL ..... ...... C hampaign Advrrrlising FRANCES W11.1.m:x1Sox. . . GEORGE G0LvsTE1N ...... C. A. Fl.I'TClIER .... . H. B. FRIED ....... If IDAII. lLl.l ADVERTISING DIEPARTRIENT SOPHOMORES W. W. Holman C. B. McLaughlin R. G. Arnold W, P, Bgygcn C. N. Swanson FRESHMEN J. W. Mills R. L. Tcnny Wf1man'x I-'rivd Parrish 125-Willy Advcrlixifzg ..Stut1.vtiCr1l Manrzgcr . . . .Credit Managrr National Advertiiing .....C0py Mrinagcr R. W. Ball J. W. Skoglund 1 i h i W s lioyscn McLaughlin Arnold Holman Mills Silva-rman Swgmslm ACKACACQAQKAC AKQAAAQZRATFAPAVAAA 7,,5,,55,x7,,5A Page 307 J if L YYYYYVWX X 1 3T'i5l"9'5"U' ,9?yXyy3yy?VY3v'yY in W. P. Stowe M. Heeker . Iiisenstein .I . li D. Marx W. Hubble C. Stauffer W. llorris Bernice Stephens Frances Etzbach janet Meyers Ruth Colvin Florence Grigsby Arnold Piaff Eastman Hubble Il radshaw Leonard Marx Griggs Law rcnce Slit-are-r Sloan Ilavit-5 Stowe Horner COPY DIQPARTMIQNT SOPHOMORES R. IC. Sloan G. Levin C. Fieger M. P. Bradshaw C. Leonard l. Friedman R. F. Smith FRESHMEN j. B. Davies M. Levinstein R. M. Horner M. M. Griggs F. T. Eastman J. Johnson A. L. Levy lI.I.I If DAII. XVOM,-XN,S BUSINESS STAFF SOPIIOMORICS Katherine O'Neil Helen Mojonnier FRESHMEN Gladys Colwell Frzulcvs Hum Lucille Chance Tllflmfl 5h0l'0 Marjorie Gunn Helena Bundy Solomon A, Pfaff W. S. Lawrence J. A. Shearer O. Arnold R. M. Gungarson J. Striplin Marjorie Peacock Estelle Pushker Anna Kaplan Zinn Dales Williams Becker Bennett Ford Pike Parker Haven Con nors A msbary Farnham Stephens Cmc kcr Randolplx Joplin Parrish Bentley Williamson Kehoe Leiserowitz Lickliter .4,...qAc,gAcAQ.4 Aagdaazcbhbmya b7,5,.v,Q,.v,.y,.v,,,v,. Page 308 Anne Rosenberg Frances McLoughlin Mary E. Flarmilllm Ruth Blumenkamp . vxfxfxfxfN,fN rf W Q 1rnHl1E 11 p5,4Ub1lILlLl n Klein Smith ZllllIllk'I'l1l3l1 Levin Atwell Cransloi Bulwr Sdwnkl-1 Sherman Fernholz Kenney Walling R055 Dry gwigh- Roi-sch Jones liuatin Reynolds Brenner llulhman Webster Miller 3I4'5'l'l' GIIYVUY llilllllwritllll SOCIETY ST.-xl-'F Sovnoxromes Mildred Allen Dorolhl' R050 F RIESIIMEN Blanche Robbins Edna Reese Mary Patton Eileen Brydges Leanore Kenney Margaret Mercer If IDAIL Anne Klein Margaret Bushee Lucile Keniston ILLI WOM,xN's ACTIVITIES STA1-'r 1 hlCl40lll.fllllll Mitchell 1514111 Ireland Klugl- Brennan l'allnn WMS Evelyn Kluge Louise Babel Iflrncsline Hohengarlen LOLUSIIIQ Mflmvr Eleanor Barkman Helen johnson Mllfy PFZIHKTCS MOTUIU' Mary Bunting Eloise Kohlhagen Glcmlfl R0lJ0FlS Marjorie Hall Dorothy Reynolds Adele Scholmeyer Esther Stamm Aldine Wessels joyce Newbill Eileen Kelly l 'l Morony Kuhlliagcn McDougall Hall Ba,-kmnn Landgmbc Babel Stamm Wessels Kelly Manner Northam Johnson Bunting l l Acgacgacxc AQAAAKA A Amy vav,y,Q,Q,,y,,g,Q,, Page 309 . fx-xfxj.xfx fxxxfxfxxxfxf Q '1rmHl1r-:qlgp tgplllLlL1lu, m ff YYVYPY V. . ,,,- A Swv If 35 EQ ' ' WWW .,. Y. 5 rf! T Sv LE A A K r -- Bentley jolmsnn Wilrun Moffett Shtmlis Mclfmlnnd CITY STAFF SOPHOMORHS W. johnson j. McFarland Y. Sholis E, Wilson FRESHMEN j. Henrekin R. Stiven H, Carpg-mc, THE DAII. ILLI I l A SPORTS STAFF Sopuomomzs W. McEdwards C. Staples V- .ll1l'1'lC'l0I1lS J. Deutch W. Berkman J. Smith FRESHMEN R. Schooley R. Wittenberg J- FHVUS W. Hastings M. Scull R. Weis J- Pffh G. Lightholder .f r , 'x Crawford Favus Musman Berkman Pech Mclidwards Deutch Staples Yale Wittenberg Smith Hastings Scull Weis ACAAAACAA AAA AAf,Rbx7fXb,C72X72x 7pQAb,57,b,.7,s,eb-,5,, Page 310 xfxfxfxfxfx vv U u 'll'lHllE1lgj aUiIlILlLllUb mm ww A YYYY A A Sq u i res j. R. Arlams j. K. Lagemann Poor Krueger Redvker Perkins Rose Georgea Fnrnum R. A. Perkins Adu ms CAMPUS STAFF S0111-1oMoREs Phillilns Virginia Squires Irma Hxtllen linger C. S. Phillips H. L. Krueger P. H. Redeker D. R. Poor FRESHMEN H. Chapin Bertha Enger Fisher Myron Herzog H. B. Jewell F. W. Raymond IK- D- R050 ' W. E. Hall V D. O. Neumeister W. Thorps Madeline Mitchell F. Portes T. W. Gill I.. Epstein W- Wfltlhl- R. Sahath C. R. Freeman W. A. Epstein T E DAIL Illl I CHURCH STAYF SOPHOMORES Dora Irelanrl Dorothy Rnesrh Viftlinifi Shermfm Helen Baker Frances Eberlin Rose Friecllm Rlllh Nihn Mary Koong Dorothy Snyder Mary Aikin FRESHMEN Georgia Jeanmairet Naomi Meyer Fl0fCDCl' LCill0ViiZ Eileen Ryan Kuhn Miller Friecllin Goodman jg-ginnmircl Allen Waddell Aikin Shzullem. Hultnn Beach Newbill Sharp Ifrenglq .44 Ammmxakxzmmm bkxhvbbxkbxxr N Page 311 :P '1rnHllE1lgp5,aUb lm. Lllllv - www vm Mm gg i., H. K. HACKBlXRTlI. KATHRYN VAUGHAN H. A. WESTPHAL.. W. A. STlcPm:NsoN H. O. PANHORST .. G. B. FLETCHER .... 54. 'SZ- G. D. BRYAN L. DEARBORN Ediggy Business Manager STAFF ...Managing Editor . . . .Woman's Editor . . . .Athletic Editor .Athletic Editor . . . . ...Military Editor ....StajI Photographer F. C. Foonr ........ . RUTH HABERICTITER .... CLAIRE KELLY .......... L. A. NEAL ..... E, MEYERS .... E. R. Hmscu .... ..... . . . . . .Staj Photographer .Woman's Circulation Manager Woman's Advertising Manager ..............Chicago Editor . . . .Chicago Editor . . . .Chicago Editor Q w Lil ' A . 3 v 1 . Y I Haberichter Stephenson Neal MUYHFS Hackbarth Panhorst Vaughan Kelly Weillihfll Hirsch p Wx .x .A Ax A .xx .xx ..x Ax .A .Q X .xx , .A sX 1. 11. 11. A.. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1.. 11. 1,- 1 1 1 1 fy 4 Page 312 " 2 Www 'gg 95' 229 YY .. .F ,I J' .Ps Q. 5 J N Q I I wg . A 5 .. "F -7' H Harper petering Standard Fruland Grossman TFCCU J. L. Harper R. E. Petering W. P. Standard A- E- TYCCII M. O. Grossman D. A. Fruland E 1930 ILLI SoFHoMoRIz BUSINESS STAFF T. W. Swain R. J. Iden P. J- Dean' F. L. Phillips H. B. McDermott H. M. Schoenberg V- S. Curtis G. Provol 9 5 b 9 ? ? 3 5 5 ? SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF ? 7 I 9 I B 9, F 'W I Swain McDermott. Iden Andersen ' Schoenberg Dean Curtis I hillipg 'Q MA gifs. .X A Ax .x -A Ax .A .A Ax .ax .xx ..x .ax S A jhbbs H. M. Andersen I A Af, ' ' -4 '-' "'. 11.12 L' I I Tw I 7 '- 1 1, ? 9 S 5 5 A W X Page 313 wvvxfx U U 'ir IH: IE 1lfQj5,1UD IIILILII up X YXQQK ' I I Ega jr VYVYY Ashby Wznltlell Pickrel Law Silvernizln Smith Witherell Ordish Schicht FRESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF J. li. Hale F. Pickrcl L- Waddell C. l.. Emrich R. K. Law VV. Orflisll J. B. Roth Virginia Hall Ellen Brayshaw Gladys Freeman Irene Kertes E 1930 ILLIID hVOMAN'S EDITORIAL STAFF Beth Moore Beryl Bennethum Ruth Rankin Helen Smith Charlotte Hartmann Dorothy Hoge jean Thompson Lois Webster Ellen Solon l-Imrich C. P. McCool C. A. Schicht. H. M. Messing Mary Funk Eunice Mochon Isabele Hinman Margaret Rinehart Smith Steele Funk Reynolds l"fl'0ll1llT1 Th0mDSUn Webster Huge Hetlzind llruysliziw KL-rtes Hartman Hall Meyers Manner Solon liunm-thum Rankin Moore ' , KAAACACKAC ' Aaaxmkxmmh btzvbbtvhx, ' Page 314 I A N LA Q' 1ruHllE1lfQp5,4Up lIlLlLIlIln ,H .J DW L , Yyyyyf , V I f ' v V X 5, 'rv 1-..:,C,,,,k lillison Baxter Rutherford Liggc-ll Mclfaffery jones Turner Matthews Alexander Wolgust Auble Slaugln--r Hodgson Rnln-rms Yurly ClH'Sl"f Swfkilltl H2llll1v1'u J. M. Alexanclcr A. M. Jourdan F. W. Peacock R. L. Rosbe D. Turner Kathryn Sherwood Helen Ridingcr Dorothy Witmer FRIQSHMAN BUSINESS STA1-'if E. S. Baxter M. R. Liggett M. Roberts W. Stocking I. Wolgast M. M. Barnett M. Lewis W. Rex D. Slaughter C. .-X. Todd I'l If I 930 I LLI XVOMAN'S Busmnss STAF1-' Mary Seifert jean Macdonald Maxine Wilson Marjorie Randall Helen Kantz Viflliniil Knilw IC. Hodgson C. E. Murphy W. Seifert W. Tarvain L. Varty Harriett jouris Kathryn Pfester Wilson Gilmore Si-ifcrt Mg,Cd,,,,f,1.1 Ridingcr Dean Shu man 1'f05uyr Austin Sherwood Bcrthold ,Iouris Lukasick gmacagxxafx AAKAA A b,y7,y,, bQ,Q,,,b,g.,v,, Page 315 I u P 5 5 5 5 5 i s i i 5 a r a t r X 9 a a ? ? 9 r 5 Z r 9 ? a. A S ? S P 5 S ? P ? 1ruHl1E qllgpygp ll IL Lllf b X sr i LA QA D. D. CONSIDINE R- L- JACOBS l'IIf ILLI Ulf MAGAZINE D. D. CONSIIIINE.. HELEN BESS FINCII ..... FRANCIS KOIINIG. .. FRANCES HENNE. .. VIRGINIA ADAM .... ART NEDWED .... ...............Editor . . . .Short Story Editor .. . ..... Book Review Editor .. ............ Copy Editor .. . . .Assistant Copy Editor . . . . .Assistant Copy Editor STAFF HARVE HECTMAN. . .. .... Assistant Copy Editor STAN L. KAPUSTKA. . .. ..... ROBERT ITTNER. .. FRANCES SMITII. . . .. ..... Assistant Copy Editor C. A. HELIMINCIER .... F. S. WILSON ..... Assistant Copy Editor Assistant Copy Editor ...Theater Editor . . . . Theater Editor T If ll.l.l IWEEIYLY STAFF R. L. JACOBS ..... .................. E ditor J. T. SCIIAEFER. .... ..... .... S p ecial Writer H. H. HARTUNG ..... ............ S pecial Writer R. E. BAIRD ...,.......... .... S pecial Writer H. C. HEVN .............. .......... S pccial Writer Taylor Koenig Ittner B. Knpustka Hemminger x Hectmnn Finch Wilson Considinc Adam S. L. Kapustka I N I P S 4 I4 A , Q. A..a..4g .x AS AA .S.sx Am-ex.sx.en-ex AS AS AS.sx.Am Am.Ax,SM4h4a-4un4n.Ah Ah.Ah Ah.1h.4z.1a.4a.1u-fu.Ah IL 1 1 1 1 1 Page 316 VYYYYVY i , , . 'iris-mail' g lpulwgnv ' . V YQYKQQQVA 9 50 WN yy ygvtyyyyys A. M. WHARF1EI.D .... S. L. KAPUSTKA.. PAUL RICHTER. . . Sally Hoffman i W. D. Marshall Don Poor W. E. ACKEHMAN J. S. SEELEY ..... J. E. SPR1NcER. .. Milda Shallcne Jane Landee Pearl Herskovitz Eleanor Applegate C. A. Hemminger l'I L g lf W. Ii. ACKERMAN R. J. C. Du . Editgr Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF . . . .Associate Editor E. R1DDI,E.... .. .. . .. .. . . . .Assistant Editor MADELINE MITCHELL. . . . . . . . .Assistant Editor THOMAS McKEE. . . . . . . Assistants Walter Quinn Ethel Young W. Kapple ' C. A. Hemminger Eleanor .Applegate S. Turner BUSINESS STAFF . . . . .Assistant Editor . . . .Exchange Editor . . . .Exchange Editor Joyce Newbill Mable Blair R. M. Froman ..First Semester Business Manager 0. E. DOUD ..... Advertising Manager Second Semester Business Manager VIRGINIA EDES -... : ......... ....Circulation Manager . .. . ...Assistant Business Manager LENARD LEv1N.... . . ... .. . .. .. . .. . . ...Copy Manager A. R. BARTON ........................... Collection Manager Assistants A. Young W. H. Stenus Irene Boyer W. Kapple Frances Zoeller Irving Fiiield R. S. FREEMAN. .. Mable Blair Helen Walsh Thomas Smith ART STAFF Assistants Harry Weinman H. H. Erkstrom . . . .Art Editor W. Kapple l Dorothy Hirsch, Don Poor ,,TT11T A A K Springer Smiley Siegel Lpvin Newbill B. Kapustka S. L. Knpustkn Stiefel R005 Hill Seeley Zashwsk Boyer Eades Landee Daily Delierard Robinson Hirsch Smeidingy Page 317 u' 'ir ul-il IE 1' gp 5,49 lm. LllUt - ii 5' 5' Y A 455. Afluv 541 ' V MARGARET BENNETT .... A. W. Fox ........ WARREN J. BAKER. . .. SAIIRA F. CAYLOR .... . R. M. BALDWIN .... E. R. RIEBI-: ....... Isabel Roper Harriett Duell Aura Clark R. H. Stine , . -. I .A 44 'df :re 4' I 5' fs-A R. C. GARRETSON H. C. BAKER Editor Business Manager T If ENTEIQDIQIIEIQ . . . .Woman's Editor H. T. WINTERBADER. . . . . . , , . . .Graduate Editor RICIlIfXRD M1KI.ONE ...... , , , . , ....Associate Editor M. J. BRUEDIGAM. - - -. .Associate Editor Assistant Editor . . . .Assistant Editor BUSINESS STAFF ... . . . . . . Woman's Business Manager E. C. NIEBURGER. . . . . ....Circulation Manager ..... ....Champaign Advertising Manager W. E. Am:I.HI:LM. . .. .. .. ....Copy Manager .. . .Campus-Urbana Advertising Manager W. E. STRODEL. . . .. ... . .Credit Manager Staff Assistants J. B. Robinson Mary Martini Grace Elliott J. C. Nichols - H. M. Anderson C. C. Schneider Dorothy Hardeman R. Silyerman S. S. Goldstein Lillian Schactman AUCUH 5l0m0n H. W. Beckett z i l L - . Hnrdcmnn W. J. Baker Stine Schneitcr Adclhelm L Inu!! Martini Bennett Malone Silverman Martin Roper Nicburgor Goldstein Ricbe Strodel Baldwin Clark Duell Cuylor Sicmun Schuchtmnn Hall Page 318 A AQACAQ A 7,s,71,.b,.72A xbQ,,x7,,Q,,, 7 f - X' ' E. SWIFT ..... 99 '1ruHlu-:1l.g,5,4U 1ll l.1l'n is '41 - . 3.-YH, C. M. BURNAM, JR. W. R. BERRY Editor Business Manager THE TECHNUGIQA I'i EDITORIAL STAFF ...............AssociateEditor J.R.WEBn................. ....AssistantEdil0r Ed 501' L W WINUFT - - . ..... Assistant Editor W. DEWOLI' ..... ................. . flssistant 1 . . . .......... . .. V. G. RANEY ................................... Art Editor . Assistants C. Youtscy L. L. Hupe 0- K.S0lf1nd0r D. J. C 1' Cederblom R. P. Honold W. L. M0yCr 'um 'Ch BUSINESS STAFF I R. BERRY ..... ..... F irst Semester Business Manager K. LIND .............. ......... Q ...Circulation Manager MACXAY ...... .... S econd Semester Business Manager R. W. HATHAWAY ............. National Advertising Manager E. HEIMAN ..... ......... A ssociate Business Manager V. D. WISSMILLER ................ Local Advertising Manager R. J. SMITH ................................ Copy Manager Assistants Westerberg K. C. Suhr K. R. Leifcrman H. P. Goldman, A. Jcnney R. Burke DEPARTMENTAL REPRESENTATIVES D. GORMAN ..... ........ A rchitecture J. H. MANLEY ....... ..... G eneral E ' ,, ' P ' D. WALKER ....... ............. C ivil F. K. GARTUNG ..... ............. gZT1F?Tl?z.g.Ggr?giZi ....Elcctrical T. V. SuEE1rAN.... .,,,,H...H.UHMechaniCal J. WEIGRAIFFE ..... 1111.- Q A Gorman Ranoy Goldman Swift. Lcifcrnmn Hupe Honold Sulandcr VVi55millcr Youlscy Burke Jenncy Gllrillhg Wcstcrbcrg Manley Suhr Smith Webb Wingct Ccdcrblom Mackey Moyer Page 319 5? ,. , yyyy , 'gi 'ir :HI IE 1ligp5,iUp IIIL ILIIIUD I A A If hy" Dec, ...W x fp, J. O. NEWCOBIER E. G. FRUIN Editor Business Manager If Il.l.I Ulf AGIQICULT IQIIT Lois M. HUl!l3ARD .... L. V. Smrirowigu .... G. R. Brown H. E. Hcmbrough F. F. GINGRICH.. M. O. NORTH .... C. M. Hom .... O. F. Gacbc C. C. Gilmore EDITORIAL STAFF . .Woman's Editor G. D. SM1TH.... . . . .Assistant Editor L. J. BRATZLER. . . .. Assistants W, Bcutncf H. B. H2lfIlinC G, E, Mathglqy D. Il'lSl'1 BUSINESS STAFF . . . .Circulation Manager J. M. RYAN. . . . .. . . . .National Advertising L. E. HATCII. . . . . .. . . . . .National Advertising L. C. DEATLEY. . .. Assistants W. H. Kaufman E- L- MCHPUTY Virginia Hoover D- J- Nelson . . .Assistant Editor . . . . .Alumni Notes M. H. Watkins ..Local Advertising . . . . .Loral Advertising ..........Collector Neora Janssen Katherine O'Ncil Hembmugh Muthcny Gilmore Shoot Gnebe Smith Hutch Brnlzler Brown DcAtley Irish Sauer Watkins Kaufman Hartlinc Holt Hofcr Nelson North O'Neil Slolhower Hoover Blackford Fruin Newcomer Janssen Gingrich - Hubbard AAKA A Page 320 5 5 v U L4 , VV wr H IE p IlI Lll'Ur sax 51 1l'QD5p'U 7 Q! W- .A 4 I "' 9 a I Av K N i' i""' I. '. The Illzo ojhcc XXX X An zmpoflant corner of the Publishing Co. The Tcchnogmph ojice. law' Where the Daily Illini reporters do their writing. 4 I ' 'Vx g 5 5 Q X .yt . S . , - A 1. I a- In ln.. lp. la. If. I.. lp- 14. A la. pg 5. . . .. . - . Page 321 V STUDENT ADMINISTPABON u' 1ruHnE1l1gp im Il 2 . ' ' V gl ,V N. T Sl i Q4 O'DONNELL NORMAN A. GLANTZ PIERCE If ILLI CII UNID OFFICERS NORMAN A. GLANTZ .... ........ P resident LLOYD MOREY: ........ ........... T reasurer JOSEPH E. ODONNEI.L. .. ..,...... Vice-President EDWARD E. STAFFORD ........ ..... B usiness Manager WILLIAM B. PIERCE .... ...................... S ecretary KENNETH L. SCHELLIE ........ ..... S enior Director EDWIN J. LAwsoN ........... .............. J unior Director BOARD OF DIRECTORS Lloyd Morey , , Leutwiler . H. Turner N. A. Glantz J, M, White , , Scovill . J. Lawson J. E. O'Donnell C. J. Roseberry . . Schcllic - E- Staff0I'd ' CABINET N CIIARLES F. EDWARDS. .Homecoming and Celebrations Division GLEN E. BAIRD ..... . . . .. .... Dance and Social Division GEORGE A. CONWELL...Ddd,5 Day and Mother's Day Division ROBERT S. BIGLER. . Elections, Gridgraph and Welfare Division CIIARLES R. LARSDN ..... I . .Membership and Smoker Division gk ' 4gl ,lib 9 "' ' 9 9 5 r 9 9 9 I I 9 9 9 9 . 9 . 9 , . 9 . i 9 L l 9 9 9 5 9 9 9 9 9 E , 9 9 2 5 3. N ' 0 A F b H T E g K L E 'Q 1 'Q N xr' Icy: f if 'V I wx A if I ' . fn. x A? .Q ' 5 sl- , r x , I ., 5 . . r . I - 'R , nl , A Q . x Lawson Stafford Larson Roscborry Conwell Bigler Edwards 9 White Turner Lculwilvr Scovill MUFPY Baird ' Schcllie Q . I 5 I An A I :gm .x Ax Ax A .Ax Ax .Rx -ex Ax -Ax .A .Ax .. sX ,M Zx ,. 11. 11. 1,. 0. 11, 11. 1,. 11. 0. 1,. ln- 11. 11. 11. 1.. 1,- 1,. 1. Q , 4 Page 324 ' 1 W AAAfv'xAfx vi X 11-11 11-: 1l1g,5,4U L n ji, JOSEPH W. MCCOY A CE I IDEIQVIIIDN CUMMITTEE 105151111 W. McCoy, Chairman W. T. McNeill Mary Tucker FFIIDCCS Cassady W. D. Forsyth F. Kapplc, Jr. Mary Ann Eidman The Dance Supervision Committee, appointed by the Student Coun- all University dance functions. It supervises the drawings for dance tickets and determines the eligibility of stu- dents for respertive class functions. The Committee is responsible to eil, has general direction of University officials. ' ,, -ii 1 . McNeill Kappk. McCoy Tucker Forsyth Cassady AQ4A4AQt4tgn,y,Q,,g,Q,x ,A Page 325 V if Til 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ak gi 'iruHllE1l1gp5,aUr im. L l'U ii, IX1' xv! v w K? V LA' DME C0 CHARLIIS F. EDWARDS MARK ANN EIDMAN General Chairman C. S. IILLSBURX O7 President The Alumni Association COMMITTIJE CHAIRMEN Accommodations H. P. Schaefer M. A. Burgess Margerct Goodman Program W. F. Engesser J. D. Campbell Awards J. F. Clorus Janette Schmidt Decoration C. W. Feickert Omer Doud Frances Howard Executive W. F. Maley M. V. Liesenfelt Architectural H. S. Glisch M. O. Grossman .,A--l,-.fr ,. Hobo Parade J. H. Benjamin J. I. Flannigan T. H. Mckee Publicity E. B. Freeland J. G. Sargent Badges M. R. Winkler Alice Rockenbach Registration H. G. Owens H. J. Henderson Cecile Gilroy Information A. F. Shapiro W. E. Dillavou Grace Parkhill Stunt Show Mary Tucker W. G. W. Glos Woman s General Chairman Reunion E. C. Nieburger Carl Webber Marjorie Purnell Mass Meeting G. Ix. Harper W. T. McNeill Efficiency and Finance C. H. Seger Service Bureau Betty Kehoe Stamps Alberdine Hatcher Streets Lucille Barnard 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 Y 9 A , 9 9 . 9 9 9 r 9 9 , 9 9 9 W. G. Budinger v. L. Kretschmcr W. F. Lewis 3' l P 5 5 5 P 9 . ,, , 5 , 9 P "sf 'Ll 1 ri . F f E I l K f 15. nf. to S'irgcnt Gilroy Sclrxefrr Rockenbach Freeland 'I uckcr Gllsch Hmm 1rd H11-per Feickert Clorus Benjamin I irkhlll Goodnnn I urncll Nrcburgcr V'llC'Y Hatcher G os Winkler 9 . i 5 i i l ,, Y l I Q .- - 1 1 q . - - v- . - - 1 5 9' I .x as -ax .x as .ax Ax A sX Ax - AKAK A ,. 0. I '. 11.11. 0. 1.. z.. 11. 1,. 1.. 1, 1 1 1 7 Page 326 A sys. A .A -A A -A .A .A .A A .Q .. .. A AfvVvvv 51 .A qawrnl-4:1513-g,5,4Up llIL l .4 .g? !i. A' IDAIYI . AY .iq-.ryy V. K 1. ri GEORGE A. CONWELL ALICE MCGINTY Men's Chairman Accommodations P. H. Kammann Ruth Nelson Reception Burton Joley Genevieve Sorensen Tags W. F. Lewis Harriet Sattenstein Pep Meeting W. T. McNeill A ,Q r. -- tk sv V Q ."A 1 ,A l G , i- ' . 7. ' 'xl . .-, .x 1' .H ., W Kammann Vaughan Lewis Mggul Nelson COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Program Sales S. Mogul Publicity S. S. Adler Margaret Buehler information M. R. Johnson Marian Clark Efficiency W. J. Painter i ,. .I S V 1 'ff 7 Q . Johnson lr. nm, ., . 41 5' Finance E. P. Beauchamp Registration L. A. Watt Kathryn Vaughan Entertainment Anne Hirst Administration Betty Stoolman Report Loretta Sturdyvin Woman's Chairman CARL S. REED President, Dad's Association - Er. Q Stoolman Joley Sturdyvin Watt VM. ' 591 3 .- if ,. .qi p L. ff 5 fag ii' K 1 ll' . ' , . , 'jd a .ff-. , -sl' gn . Xie 7 ii Buehler McNeill Sattenstein Adler Clark H1-ctman Hirst Painter - x x sX x x .sX .A .A -A .A .A .AA4. 1.. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. lf.. 0. 0. I.. 0. A. 1.. 0. 1,- lp 1, 1, 1 E i 1 Page 327 I an ' I BRYAN NORMAN A. GLANTZ TRENCHARD NORMAN A. GLANTZ .... N. A. GLANTZ .... G. D. BRYAN ...... MARY TRI-LNCHARD.. C. E. MII.LS ....... G. H. TURN!-.R ..... ALICE OATHOUT .... CORNELIA ROBERTS. DOROTHY MCCLURE . . . . .Business Manager, Daily Illini .... . . . . . . . . . Woman's Editor, Daily Illini .................President,W.A.A. If ITUDENT CUIJNCIL OFFICERS - .....................President GORDON D. BRYAN........... ....Vice-President MARYTRENCIIARD... ....... MEMBERS . . . .President, Illinois Unio-n ...................Edztor,Illio . . . .President, Woman's League .. . . . . . . . . . .Editor, Daily Illini J. R. ORNDOFF. .. President, Woman's Group System K. W. RUGH ..,...... President, Second Semester, J H. W. KNOLL ..... P. H. KAIKIMANN ...... DOROTHY SCHEIB .... W. G. W. GLOS ..... . .Secretary President, First Semester, Senior Class .Preszdent, First Semester, Junior Class ........President, Y. M. C. A. ...........President, Y. W. C. A. R. Z. HICKMAN ..... ............... S tudent Colonel A. C. LENZ ....... ......... E. F. DoRN .................. unior Class .Representati'ue, Athletic Board ' .Representati've, Athletic Board .Preszdent, Second Semester, Senior Class I f 1- 'r ., ' ' , L 1 ' fx 'Q X," , - Z. nv - XA . , . .f . fo. -1' .Q ,Mg a gn v .3-, n N ' A' ' , Knmmann McClure Turner Hickman Oathout Dorn Lenz Roberts Knoll Orndoff Scheib Lfills Wx A .A Ax .x Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax Ax .xx Ax Ax Ax .A .A .A Ax Ax .AfSh. 1,. 0. 0. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1,. 0. 1.. :A 1,- 1,. 0. 1,- lp 1.- 1 1 rw? P Page 328 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 5 9 . 5 .. I 9 Q , 5 DEAN THOMPSON 5 5 5 5 5 5 Z WARREN J. BAKER .... 5 5 9 MYRTLE E. FAHSHENDER. . . .. ELREANA SEIDER......... 5 .......... ALICE GOODMANN .... 5, F. W. GERw1c ..... ' W. J. BAKER ..... P D. D. Jacobs .... 5 C. R. HUEGELY .... . . .......... ..--- - - Dean C. M. Thompson v i nA' f-?fx'7'xV' U "'H"El"9'5"U' 9 rv ! WARREN J. BAKER FAHSBENDER 5 THE co liner CQUNCIL OFFICERS . . . .President MYRTLE FAHSBENDER . . . . . . . . . ' MEMBERS Gamma Alpha Chi .Gamma Epsilon Pi ......Phi Chi Theta .............Bela Gamma Sigma ....Illini Chamber of Commefw Beta Nu Kappa .Pan Xenia FUFFUWEO 75 cn -1 C. 1: R1 Z -1 O 5 ga, OZ Ph!-1 'E 71:1 E3 'Tim 2 :O 2.0 0-E 3 P4 v-1 -1 F1 m o '11 -1 I Fl To oo r'-ri 2:5 rw? F-2 'QQ S 3 rn R1 O E1 P1 ?' O 1 97 5 Q- sv-Q! OCP?" KLoPPENBuRc.... .RosE......... JOHNSON ..... SPELLMAN. . BoL1No. . . . PE'rERsoN..... GARRE'rsoN. . . . . . . Secretary- Treasurer . .Alpha Kappa Psi . . . .Delta Sigma Pi .. . .Beta Alpha Psi Sigma Iota Epsilon ........Band of X Alpha Della Sigma . . .The Enterpriser P N P , . . Spell,-nan Goodmann Ixloppenburg GCTWIK Solder johnson I Jacobs Gan-ctsgn Rose Boling Huegcly Peterson P i A ,i igwx A A Ax .A -A Ax A .A .-x Ax .mx .xx .xx .xx .A .A .A .mx As .AAh. 1,, ,,, ,,, h, 0, ,,, 1,. 1,. 11. 0. 0. A. z.. 0. 1,. 1.. 0- 1,. In 136 4 Page 329 AAfxAxvvx o' 'urn-me qlf p 5,10 ml. L vd 1 - 44 RA gg i. Y I Q ' f I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 s 5 5 a 5 3 I a a 4 5 a ? 9 a a a a i i 4 5 l I Qu . P P P P .,, - -ff -fr -4 11 'fl 'v "I "I "I N Elf W. E. HAZEI.WOOD .... R. G. HARDY ........ C. M. BURNAM .... L. G. LEUTWILER. S. H. BERGSTROM. R. C. YOUTSEY. . . A. R. NIEMAN. .. A. R. NIEMAN President NEEIQI I3 CUIJNCIL ....President, E. E. Society . . .President, Ceramic Society . . . . .Editor, The Technograph ......President, A. S. M. E. . . . .President, Railway Club .....President, G. E. Society ....Presidenl, A. S. C. E. Q. K., . . G . N 'A llergst mm Lou lwilvr Hazelwood Ynutscy Burnflm ,Hardy - - A ,fvx .x .xx -xx .x .xx .xx .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx -xx .xxA4- 1.. 0. 0. 1,. 0. 0. 0. 1,. 0. 0. 1.. 1.- 1,. 0. 1 1 1 1 1 fy 4 P Page 330 U 3 Q '1l'lHIlE1lagg ell! IIIL LMI: 455 5' NN lb t t 5 4 t 5 5 t 9 t t t P 9 Z 5 5 5 5 B 5 r Z 5 5 I 9 t 9 9 5 S 'v 'fl "I D K ,f 1 1 S 17 'S mb S. S RUSSELL EARL M. HUG I' . ' President First Semester President, Second Semester I HE AGIQIC LT IDE CDUNCII. EARL M. HUGHES .... S. S. RUSSELL... C. E. JOHNSON.. E. L. Ococx .... J. E. Vocr ...... P. J. F. F. GINGRICH.. E. B. ALLEN ..... P. S. Cox ...... E. H. Snrroan. .. C. G. JONES ..... A. C. JOHNSON.. J. A. Ew1NG ..... A. W. HOFER .... Zrzaaouo. . . . . MEMBERS .. . . . .Prcsident, First Semester, Agricultural .. . . . . .President, Second Semester, Agricultural .President, First Semester, Farm Mechanics . . . .President, Second Semester, Farm Mechanics ..........President, First Semester, Horticulture . . . . . . . . .President, Second Semester, Horticulture . . . . . .President, First Semester, Agricultural Education ....President, Second Semester, Agricultural Education ........President, First Semester, Hoof and Horn .....President, Second Semester, Hoof and Horn . . . . . . . . . . . . .President, First Semester, Dairy ....President, Second Semester, Dairy . . . . .President, First Semester, Agronomy . . . . .President, Second Semester, Agronomy Club Club Club ' Club Club Club Club Club Club Club Club Club Club Club ' JT. . ' i b ill? 71? A 1 .,.. -. .ws J, L., J N 1,3-amp.: f - ,j A Y 1 2166. V ' ' .Tw E V ,J ' "Q fx: is me :xii VV W I Th Ct vw at . .XL 'L ,-h. . ,U 1 F w Ox A I W: L . ,- - A ,wxmys-W :few Mfrs: 4 ,M .1 .g,.x. 6. HJ...-ff - . iv f E ,is YV 4,241 A. , Q - L ya, - ...N-If I V. 1 . ' 4: W f if 1 V' ' 1 Hgfcr C. Johnson Ocock A. Johnson Cox Gingrich Allen Zerbolio V081 Ewing JOHCS Safford - I ,SVX A A ,A A ,A Ax ..x -A .Ax Ax .mx Ax .xx .xx .A Ax .A Ax Ax .AAh. 1.. 0. 0. 0. 11. 11. lf. 11. ln.. I.. I.. I.- 1.. 11. 1,. In 1.. 1, Ip fve. H' ' ' A ' ' "4 Page 331 Y 495 'lr IHI IE 1llQp5,lUD lllL l'Ul A ie- 4' Y - V - f l . 49, A , ii' J . fl' ' Considinc Zuydhock ' Moberlcy Nedwcd W. JOHN GRANATA OFFICERS W. JOHN GRANATA .... ...................... .... P r esidcnt D. D. CONSIDINE ...... ..... D irector of Freshman Interests HARVE R. HECTMAN... ....................... Secretary K. E. MOBERLEY ...... .... D ircctor of Social Department W. M. ZUYDHOEK .... ............ D ircctor of Athletics A. A. Nrzowrsn .... .. .... Director of Campus Activities Secretarial Staf Athlegigg Cgmmittgg Freshman Interests Committee Organization Committee W. W. Mytar L. Buzzell W- L- Clegg H. A. Sahlin M. A. Dushkin W. L. Clegg E- Kahn . S. Barnovitz L. L. Jacobson R. R. Maloney E- J- Ull'lCh. H. M. Seago J. S. Zclac A. I. Schneider P- J- Zefb0l10 S. Spingola D. B. Lawrence D. E. Fraboni . I B d S. Piacenti K. E. Lewis , , I l Som' 00' Leo Peller H. A. Sahlin Actlwtws Committee H. P. Jones Sinclair Russell R. C. Rugen J. Ittin J- R- Webb D. A. Russell H. Schoenberg A- L- Logan l G. G. Spcizman Stan Lcc Kapustka ' C. G. Postelweutc H. A. Benjamin Robert Smith Max Lipkin l INDEPENDENT A'l'HLETE'S BANQUET . 1 I A614446 A bbbbxbh 1 - 1,. 0. 0. 1.. 1.. 1,. 0. 1,. Ip 1 ' Page 332 . Q4 .S Av V4 'ir IHI IE 1lfgp5,1Ub ll IL ii, fl SENIOR Sl'INA'l'ORS T If INDEIDE DENT CDUNCII. NE year ago a small group of unorganized men revived the idea of bringing the vast body of non-fraternity men into closer Contact with theactivi- ties of the campus. It was not a new undertaking, but one which these men believed could succeed if organ- ized with a view toward active participation for every- one. None doubted that the possibilities of such a movement were vast. But many observers questioned whether, lacking fraternal ties, it could succeed. The Independent Council, under the direction of a cabinet of five, drawn from the ranks of sixty senators, has already begun to prove itself an answer to that question. It has aided freshmen in registering and directed them in campus activitiesg it has conducted a series of bridge, billiard and athletic tournamentsg aided the intra-mural department by organizing non- fraternity teamsg sponsored dances, smokers, and so- cial dinnersg and given banquets for victorious inde- pendent athletic teams and non-fraternity letter-men. In this way it has brought threepthousand unorganized men into Contact with the activities of the independent body. A With this record of past undertakings and an en- larged, more extensive program for the future, it is scarcely pure optimism which prompts the independent man to believe that the council is a permanent, highly successful organization. lNDli1'lf1NDliN'I' JUHILICE ii if ff A Ac,4AgAcA4K4,4A4 Aacacfs A Ahhh xzgxaaphx. X Page 333 V if in 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 r 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Qu P 5' 3 ,JA n..- I-IAH N 'gi 1r1HllE1l1gp5,1Up lm. Lll'U9 A- , ,lb Y v w gfv S. IC. I-IK IS LAW HE ITAIQ C0 DIE SENIOR S. E. Ekblaw JUN1oRs J. S. Nall J. M. Gaston R. G. Bcnbow SOP!-IOMORES R. W. Teeter J. B. Kramer S. F. Brown U. Brown IE. G. Woods L. G. Rutherford I. G. Larson H. K. Madison H. A. Ohlingcr R. E. Morehouse BOARD or Anvrsons . Momav, CHAIRMAN .... ....... R aprexentative of Faculty . P. TUTTLIQ ........ ......,. R epresentative of Faculty F. B. STIVEN ........ ............ R aprexcntative of Faculty R. I. SIIAWI. ....... ....... R cpresentative of Choral Society G. C. WILSON, JR ...... Representative of University Orchestra L G FRANK PETRU. . . . .. E. W. DARMSTMTER A. A. MERCEY. . . . .. K. E. Monrznuzx' .... F. J. BERNER ...... NALL R. F. Hahn W. A. Colvin C. W. Dotson H. C. Luders Representative of Kappa Phi Sigma Representative of Kappa Phi Sigma .Reprexentative of Adelphic Society . . . . .Representative of Adelphia Society .Reprexentative of Adalphic Society Il, llrown Woods Rutherford Larson Tccter Madison - Colvin Kramer , Qhlingcr Ilulson S. Brown Morehouse Luders ACAQAC A 79,,72,.7f,. Payv 334 5 5 5 5 5 fvxAAAAo U .B A4 LA v-v- so li? V NIV V LLOXD MOREX GASTOY BENBOW E ITAIQ C0 DIE The ojicial organization at the University oj Illinois for snpervising and con- ducting concerts and entertainments given at the University by professional artists, lecturers, orchestras, and other professional organizations. PRESENTATIONS Fritz Krcisler ...... ' ................. .......... , .... v iolinist Lawrence Tibbett .. ..............., Baritone Cornelia Otis Skinner .... The Kcdroff Quartet ..... Rosa Ponselle ........ Chicago Symphony ' h H ' ..... Dramatic Interpreter .. . . .. . . .Male Quartet ........Soprano . . . . .Orchestra CHAMBER Music PROGRAM The Flonzaley Quartet Andres Seg0Vi2 iGUif3l'iSU The Elshuco Trio Y ,,,.:y1E4, , 12 , 'If' IHI IE 1l1gj5,aUb IIIL L l'U tl - 9 5 5 5 5 5 .. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 . Q i 5 V , , 5 5 Y 1 I 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 ??7'l'V Q A A - .i t 4' I R A . V-SL f? I A Darmstattcr Mercey Shawl S WSU" Tuma 1 Wu nrghgiey xxxgxsssxxaxsxgxnxaxgx MA l1ll1l41,,,,,, illzl ll ,fr ,. . - i ' . . x n r 'I .Qi A .m - .1 .x - .m . - - 4 - - A ' -1.-,-.' T - -1-Q, -,.. - 7 1 Page 335 Q' '1rnHl1E 1lfgp5,4Up IIIL LIIU ,1N1s - Q4 A 5 9 4 5 ? ? 3 l 5 I 3 a ? 9 a 9 5' 5 r N P 5 O 3, ' v 4x1 ,VK 5' ' YV 1 RA Q . DUNN J. R. ORNDOFF WAMPLIER H E 0 Mo Co Ao OFFICERS JOHN R. ORNDOEE ..,. .................. P resident C. E. WAMPLER ........ ,,ViCg-Prg5idcnp L. D. DUNN ............................... Recorder BOARD OF DIRECTORS PROE. L. H. PROVINE ..... ................ C hairman DEAN C. M. THOMPSON. ..... Treasurer Dcan A. J. Harno Hon. Roger F. Little Prof. M. H. Hunter Prof. B. S. Hopkins Prof. S. C. Staley W. B. Hayes R. L. Wheaton JOHN R. ORNOOFF ....... .... ................Clcrk NIEMBERS OF BOARD Dean K. C. Babcock G. P. Tuttle C. W. Bailey Prof. A. B. Mays Prof. H. B. Ward Rev. J. W. Malone H. E. Schlcnz Prof. S. W. Parr Prof. Roger Adams Louis B. King Prof. C. L. Metcalf Prof. W. L. Burlison M. B. Aldrich W. M. Willett Judge F. H. Boggs Prof. F. B. Stiven E. H. Renner, Sr. Prof. W. A. Oldfathcr Prof. Carl Lundgren C. D. Anderson SIXIY A S ? ? Q PRE . M. C. . .ITE ? . P N- A - lx ifvx .x ..x -xx .x -tx .xx ..x -.x ..x .xx .xx ..x .x xX - .A .xx IA 1. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11 11. 11. 11- 11. 11. 1,. 1.. 11 1 1 Page 336 v -v-vu v i nA . Q' 'Ir :HI IE 1' gp :Up ll IL L l'U 5' N. .gg gp ,Y Ford Bvnjmljn Hudggn Grunt Hcikus Brincs Dnllzlluul Kiluy Rutherford Hzllllcld Tuttle PI-rkins Culflwvll FL'rl:llS0n Hffllh UW!!! Dillmzm Ubbcn Carter Wumplcr Ornclofl Wilson Willvlt Jacobs xvhpulgn .M.C.A Y. M. C. A. CABINET W. M, WILLETT ,,,,, ............. F inrmce A. P. TUTTLIQ .... lnlvrrurful Co-operation M. E. DILLINIAN ,..... ....... O lder Boy'x Work j. H. CARTER .... lnlrrraffzal Co-operation F. W. RUTIlPIRk'ORD ..... ......... J mzior Boy'.I Work N. E. HI-:IRI-:S .... ,. ...... Lzfv Work Counsel G. B. GREGG ........................ International Frieudxhrp L. A. DoI.I.AI1AN ..... ................. S ocial R. L. WIIE:KTON ................................ Memberxhzp S. N. PERKINS ..... ....... R cccption R. T. UBBEN. .Religions Dixcussion Groups K0rgani:cd Houses! T. H. IQILEY ....... ..... D epuzazigm J. H. BENJAMIN ............................... . ......... ,IJ W. PERIIUSIIN... .... Employnlenl .. . . . . ...Religious Discussion Groups lUnorgam:ed Houxeqj l'. GRANT. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Meetzngs P. C. BRINES .......................... Freshman Fellowshzp C, lg WAMp1,pgR ,,,, ...World Education SECRETARIIES H. E. Wilson J. G. Cattron R- D' HLHISOH C. Hatliclcl M. I. Coldwell - P. P- Ford Tu, .1 Q In IRIN., -I A . 'A H , uh r . 'il H A. A Q- I . I Il. l I ' ' I rx .- 1 .. xhz. . l 'lfl Y! I l if xi Ni.: iff- "l" H 'cl . xf'-'V : T 'l.4l"l 1 l ,ll-il vi' " I' 0- ,,.pf?931 ,. Jef M l I sb..-1 '.'..- 1. ' Ll". .l 'K il . Y? b"f'.' , " J- QI, 'u - 6" hj1,6eF'ffS79g.fj'1r, Ag' 3' 'Pill' 'fail' Y -' -1 ?i1jvC?f' - - K - M ' ug: .JJ If . .f r1'f'-1: 4125-fffg. J" 11 -sl --1- I-.Q '.'-V-M Q ..-. -..1 -. 1, .-f"'r"7-17, I -' .: e l J, - . I fi A .SYJTFYT-.".--.-v'1':1-."'-'.. - :'l '. - " ' . 'nw S """'?'.1'?jv I IK -- I 1 -I " A ' R -I ll .- 4' xii' w. :.ffWff"k4"I'llSQ.' "'I-FV ' fr I M I M I I we - -Aw ' YU. g idzifzilxlg. Lili ,I . 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Director Wrtmm D. Guosiz.. .................Assoeiote Director WILLARD A. GO0l7l'II.ll...... .... Professor of Religious Iiduration Fiusn H. Momus ..... ........ ................. S t rurlz-nt Assistant STUDENT COUNCIL Mruzjonug STooK1No .. ....,............... . ' Louis BUNTIQ ...... PEARL Gnorrs . ..... ---..-- - . . . Wrwuia Lexourv U To M Klmw ,.... ...... ..... Beulah Armstrong Lloyd Burdick Dorcan Davis Ave Marie Ennis Harold Gaulrapp John Selden Virginia Mumford Gerald Wintield joe Grant Maurine Hertz Florence Weir 2221 435 W 1- 4 I 5 5 5 x 5 I A a rfb. an I 5 5 3 5 9 5 5 5 3 9 7 f . 5 5 3 P f f 9 s 1 t Z i t 9 9 P Esther Underwood Gaythor Rutherford Frances Griswold ,.,. , Herbert Mumford ................ASS1SllHIl' Rebecca Baer Sidney Kuykendall Leon Harlan Mary Morris Mary Wagcnseller Karma Golden Rachel Goold President . . . Vzcv-Prrsidmzt Srrrrtory Trrvzsurer Tf!'HXIlf!'f Mabel Chappelle Blanche Kerr Mildred McKee Gordon Bryan Harold Ncttles Loon Simmonds Norman Watson Kenneth Tripp Davis Kuykendnll Kerr Chappelle Wzugoilsellvr Winfield Goold Gaulrapp Simmonds Btu-r - Burdick Rutherford McKee Harlan -Ennis Grant Umh-rwoocl V. Mumford H. Mumford Weir Armstrong Griswold M. Morris I". Morris Hertz Netllrs Stocking Bunle Grolts Leighty Grosc ' ,qxfxifxxfxxf bxbgbxbxbk bk N A Page 338 7 U 7 '4 vw ner A , ,sf 1rnHllE1l' p un. union 9 97590 X y HE l'iIl.l.IfL FUUNDATI Daootcd to social and religious work among Jewish students at thc University , O1f1f1c1iRs . , . . . . .Pff?.S'id!?1'll MCJICRIS BLANK .. SAM B,xxoxvl'rz .. -- -ViW'P"f'5idf"'5 Em'1'Hr3 I'II.1.l:R ----f Sf'U'f'Wf5' Mllfrnx ADlCl.MAN . . - - -7"'mW"'?' S Colmlslun un we ex Mlm Slllfllxy li Rulnn Il 3 Nlnrx N Rulun Lhulock Cnlrlstun N P I P ? w ' ' i i Q 1 .' -' l'I's' I rm' I.."in I Q: ' ' .' ' 1 ' ' . . 'Y ' . 1 . . . ' I . ' ? ' Fink Rusm-nbcrg Ach-lmnn lilh-r Blank Iiamnwilz Jacobson ? PI ,- . 1 igrpx .x ..x Ax .x -.s .mx ..x .A Ax Ax .A MA A 11. I.. I 1. 11. A. I.. A. 1,. 1. I.. 0. 1. iQ Page 339' u' -ir :Hn is 1'-gp5,1Ur inn .: Mm M 9 YYY 9 II.I.I Wyn Harbison I indlcy Pickett Collins Ve'1tch Helen Duvall Victor Ferrdll Helen Spaulding, Corttlyou Anderson Cwston Culp D'lllbS Vcatch Carlock Sp'iulclin1,, Wliiteviit Rn-em Nlcllonuld Greisheimer Duvlll Fisher Ferrwll Hi lickett Cramer Hurbison Dungin CII DIICIIDLEI FCUNDATID For social and religious work among thc- Disciple Students Princess Hill Alvin Hofer Louise Cr'1mer J'1mes G'iston Putt Cortelyou Ann Young M IIMBERS Melvin Culp A Edwmrd Grcisheimcr glzerolfsiiieniiffeiggnald M'1rjoric Bolin Cha,-les Dotson IUCZ Clem Paul Brines Ernest Frccrl Mau,-ice Whitman Floyd Crow L. H. Daubs GIQEGATICNA IIDCIATIU To create expression of church interests in the Congregational students at the University of Illinois Q ' s 'Zin 455 1 ,Vp 9 . 9 5 5 5 5 5 7 5 5 9 t t I 9 9 , . f . 1 . 1 . ,K ? . ll ' ,K 9 5 9 P 9 I I K , 9 l 9 f A 3 I , P 9 . . 4 y -K 1 9 v v ' ' 9 P 3. s O1f1fIC1:Rs FRANK H. MYNARD ..... ........... ..... I . . .President Gmnvs RUTH M1I.I.liR .... .... V ree-President Bnnnnim BURNS ..... -.-. . .... . Secretary WIl.l.lAlXl G. Comix' .... .. .... .. .... Treasurer DQNALD NIHIIIER ..,,, . . .ASSISHIIII Tfl'tlSllff'f x Scholl Ifluck Kirk Morgzui Kennedy llzikcr Mynnrd Evans Wibel Pritclnucl Wilcox t G, Llillgr P Klntl Ytlllllglllllil llillnuin Murtlinp: Mclfarlund Hornberiier D. Miller Gibson 5 Cummings Pettec Watkins Rector Sears Colby Howard McNair Xvgslbrook P ,gwx ..x ..x Ax ,.x -ex .xx .A .ex .ex - x .xx .A .mx - A I 1,. 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To promote religious dramatirs in the church FACULTY Madge Stewart Sanmann BIEMBERS Gladys Conn Curt Eckert Hazel Sanders Milo Appleman Ellis Bonnell Carl Gertln Mary Temple john Armstrong Florence Buente Lois Hubbard Philip Tuttle Mabel Mm-lin Mary Margaret Clark David Hunter Naomi Wingheld Lillian Ralph Lyle Dieterle Cecil Nysewander Don Laidig lg' Ellen Sharp Edith Taylor Gerhn Hunter Appleman Tuttle Laidig Conard Hubbard Sanders Buente Taylor A, Conn liirgi-r Qgillwll Dieterle Farrar Wingfield Temple Sglnlmlml Conn Nysowglmlcr 4,4 AAQKA A , v,,5,Ab,v,Q,,v,, Page 341 7 ,lgavl !'1,1fQ 5 M P if A . 41 grae. f av, n X o' 'ir ul-u us 1lfgp5,1Ur ll IL LII Un Kew ,V H . 56 RAZIL NUTSQ, the nineteenth annual Pierrots pro- duction was staged March 22 and 2 3. The production was a brilliant success and was cleverly acted under the direc- tion of J. W. Swanson. Douglas Considine, '29, and S. B. Adsit. Law 1, wrote the book and the lyrics, the music was arranged by W. Donahue, '23. The curtain rises on a colorful scene in a Brazilian cabaret with Pedro, the proprietor, excitedly preparing for the evening's entertainment since George Wright, a noted American actor, is to be his guest. In Wright's party are joan Weston, whom George loves, her brother John, who opposed the love affair, Dolores Bastelar, and Richard Poodle, John's valet and coun- selor-in-love. Amid the gayety of entertainers, Spanish chorus girls, and soldiers, who have come to suppress a bandit upris- ing, an amusing triangular love affair develops between Poodle, Pedro, and the coquettish French waitress. Brazil Nuts M4 A br-Phsbx I - lf- ln.. 0. ,. 1,- 1,- 11. In In 1,. 1,. Ip rms. -2 Page 344 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4? VA 59 '1ruHllE1l.g,5,4Up ml. ii, A YQQQ gg s MV The second act opens in the garden of the cabaret John has succeeded rn breakmg up the love affalr between h1s slster and George but 1n the meantlme has h1mself fallen 1n love w1th Dolores The bandlts, who have luredthe soldiers away from the clty, enter. The leader orders the women to go w1th them The last act, whlch takes place 1n the cabaret ballroom, IS crowded w1th actlon and suspense. For a moment 1t seems they may succeed ln freelng the men wlthout sacrlflcmg themselves. joan trlcks the bandlt leader 1nto thlnking she really loves h1m But he dlscovers the deceptlon and angrlly orders the men shot Through an unexpected qulrk of fate, the mevltable happy endmg IS brought about. -54 '.l- ' J' - ,, I fp ' T 'A srl: 5 "Wk t ' ggrgsff ,, -Q-1lI1"lAV'f 5 J Gs K 47' Q -"if sk I ,NLn'g' Q fm '11 3 5' .2 gg, K , .K-A I r A rj . , I7 l 'rglflhf 31:5-T .W za ll , 1- If " .f I f N. I 5 5 1 X x 1 v, A K ' n , r , , l'9lF'w C 4 . Q ,f1"'5l.:i11 1 ,ur 'Q :P 5 5 5 5 5 9 9 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 . 5 . 5 l - I diff, 5 . . . . ' . ' at 'I 5 , , ' , , 0 L ' .4 9 . , f 9 or see their lovers shot. ,yz-' ' - - - lg T 5 A .wk 'lf 9, ' l . ' w'5T?, K2 P . . . . . lfigqlk. 0 , . 2 faq. - . , . 'J if C I - . . . In sq, ' ' 'Mfr' l J' c . , 4 V 'I 'I 'I W. B. Petty Brazzl N uts A K , I v .R MX .Qt AX -nk .K AK .xX AX ,AX .sX .QX ASX .sX .sX s A 2 2 I I I I T , I. 1. IA 1. li. Ii. In ll I1 In Ip Ip 1 - A - . - . .. rw Page 345 I-1 4' ' ' fxfxrxf-. iv 'll' IHI IE Wag, 5,10 Il fx iip MAIK AND IEAUIBLE OFFICERS First Semester L. J. RowEI.L ......................... .......... P resident RUTH MIKRTIN. ........ ........ I 7168 President THERI-:SE LEMERCIER .,.. .... S ecretary-Treasurer EI,Iz,Im:TII MCGRI-:w .... ............. H ixtorian j. N. TIIURNBURN ..... .... G uztd Rt'pfP.Yl'7lllllt'U8 Semnd Senzester L. J. Rowan. ......... .... . ...................... P resident ABEI. WELLS ........ ........ Vice President ALVI-INA REICIIMANN .... ,... . Secretary-Treasurer FANNIE MM' CURTIS .... ............. H istoriun j. N. Tuoaxuukx ...., .... G uild Representative MEMBERS IN FACULTY Scvcrina Nelson N j. W. Swanson J. Ferry Unftc Tom's Cabin Ig. h II. lr. ll. lp. II. In. ln- Ia. I1. I. lp.. lf. 1. la ff Page 346 J. S. Grier '?fN"Nf v w ti u' 'iris-nu-: li p ell! lm. Lll'U 4 v. l gf! VCA, Aagiy' my - IK D. D. Considine Florence Curtis T. C. Dick R. E. Everitt R. C. Garretson W. J. Granata , ,,. . 1. ... .. MAIK AND IEAUBLE G. K. Harper W. E. Haselwood D. E. Heiman Audree Hill Ruth Johnson D. S. King . Therese Lemercier Ruth Martin SENIORS H. T. Meyers C. Parker L. J. Rowell Ann Solon E. L. Spellman T. L. Steele FFTFHF R. Sutin N. Thornburn A. Wells Whitson A. Wilson Berger 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Doris Hall . 1 J JUNIORS Eugenia Anderson A. S. James . R. D. Baird Mary Louise Mowbray Ruth Brcsce W. L. Periera I L. J. Carrel H. L. Porter ' J. W. DeWolf Alvena Rcichman K. Duvall Lillian Rosenfeld A W. A. Ganster F. S. Wilson ' L. Heggland H. C. Wolf A SoPHoMoR1:s Ruth Browning G. T. Coutrakan LOREN LOWIELL - 4 H. A. Wilson Carrel Steele Heiman Gmnatzi Garrelson Sutin Wolf 4 Harper Iireger Hc-ggland Grier Thornburn DcWolf Pericra Whitson King Johnson Solon Lemcrcier Rowell Martin Reichman Anderson F. S. Wilson l , I I4 ,M ..x .A .xx .A -A Ax ..x Ax .xx .mx .A .A .xx sX I lf. lf. la. I 0- 11. 1,- 1. 11. A. 1. Ma Q 4 4 5 Q J Q 5 4 2 I 2 l . l l 4 l Page 347 ? ' . 'ga '1I'lHllE'lI1gj5,lUI IIIL LMI! 241, 5:3 ng! Y ..ki' . o I4 9 4 ? 4 g 4 ' 4 i . I 4 f 4 7 4 g P 1 5 5 i 5 3 4 ' 4 7 4 5 4 , N ? ' 4 4 r f 4 Q MARY TUCKICR JOHN 'I'I-IORNISURN : a ' P ' 4 5 g 4 4 Q ILLI I I EAI EIQ GUILD S , 4 K S ? 4 5 S ' 4 5 Q S f MEMBERS Q 7 4 5 j. N. TIIORNBURN, Chairman .... ..... R aprosvrztalivr of Mask and Baublc Q H. N. HILDEBRAND .......... . .... Representative of University of Illinois E Q, A, R. KNIGHT .... . . .... Represmitative of llrzivrrsity of Illinois 5 , I F G. P. TUTTLE .... . . .Raprm-fmztiw of Faculty Players' Club 2 I L. WHITSON. .. ............ Rrprrxrntativa of Pierrots 1 DORIS SCHEIB. .. .......... ....... R epresmztativa aj Y. W. C, A, GERVAISE KAPPUS. .. .... Rrprosmtalivr of Waman's Welfare Committee N N P P 1 4 1 P P 4 P P P P P P P 4 P 4 P 4 Q Whitknn Thgrnburn Tuttle I g N KHDIHIS Knight Hildebrand Schvib I P 4 x . 4 ' 4 A- P .. gifs sX .-x .-x sk .A .xx ..x Ax Ax .A .mx ..x .mx Ax .A .A Ax .ss -.x Axixh. 1,. 1,. 1,. 11. 11. 0. 0. 1.. 0. 1.. 0. 1.- f.. 0. 1,. In 1.- 1,. 1. ,wy- -u Page 346' ' 'xr :HI IE 'gp U gg Av f Y sl " . 9 ff 2 A a 'f I A 5 5 5 . 5 . 9 .- 5 . 5 . a . 9 9 l 9 A Q P 4 f J. 5, GRIIQR FRAISER WILSON . 9 4 5 4 5 4 I i IDI EIQIQO I I I 4 Z Q ? 4 5 OFFICERS Q 3 J. S. GRIER ..... ....... .......... P r esident T. L. STEELE ............... .... S ecretary-Treasurer 4 3 J. A. WELLS .... .... . ............ V ice President H. K. HACKEARTI-I ............ ........... H istorian S y . L. WHITSON ..... ....... ....... G uild Representative 4 i ' S ? MEMBERS IN FACULTY I 1 ' A Q at Robert B, Weirick, Ph,D, Carlos J. Wagner, M.S. Raymond' F. Dvorak, B.S., B.Mus. .6 S 2 P MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q M. Abramovirz A. E. Dillnor A- S- James J. B. Seavey C. Anderson A. J. Docscher D- S- King J- N- Th0l'nbUrn J. H. Benjamin K. Duvall J- D- Knapp R. B. Webb , T. M. Best J. P. Economos K- A- L22-'Son F. S. Wilson 4 P. Bezy R. C. Garretson W- B- PICQCC M. R. Winkler T. J. Boodcl G. K. Harper W. L. P0l'l0l'a W. H. Wright H. P. Breger J. R. Hoff L- J- Rowell F. S. Coombs 4 W. R. Coate D. M. Hudson R- T- Saunders 0- J- Ogg J. W. DeWolf .i W Annum. 4 4 P 4 ? 4 R 4 P ' 4 1 5 Winkler Benjamin Rowell DeWolf liconomos Abmmovilz Garrelson Larson Pierce james 1 ' Hudson Wilson Hoff Harper Thornburn Whitson Breger Wright Wells Ogg f p Coombs Best Knapp Ducscher Grier King Steele Dillnor Coate 4 1 P 4 Pl Ii :g'S,Zx .x .xx .xx xx -xx .xx .xx -xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .xx .A .xx -xx .AfNh. A. 0. I.. 0. 11. 0. 0. 1,. 11. n. 0. 1.. 1.. 0. 1,- 1. 0- In lp fl. x.. Page 349 Q' 'Iran-Il IE qfgp 5,4119 IIIL I v . .5e gi. A I ml 5A The question to be debated this year is "Resolved: That the apportionment of legislators in the Illinois Legislature on the basis of equal numerical popula- tion should be abandoned." l'ROI"l'ISSOR YAI'l' I TIDAMUIQAL DEBATE CoI,I.EcI: or CIIMMERCE .... lH INTRAMURAL DEBATE REPRESENTATIVES I E. L. Ulrich, '29 B. Johnson, '32 E. W. Morgan, '32 CoI.I.EGIa or LIIIERAI. ARTS ANI: SCIENCES .... -- E D. . Brown, ,ZQ A. T. Mosher, '32 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE .... ' - G CoI.I.EGE ov LAW ..... ---- Co1.I.I-:GE or ENGINEERING .... -- H COI.l.EGI: or EDUCATION. .... - - R. . Benbow, '30 Y T. A. Goldberg, Law 1 l J. J. Tolson, Law 2 K. R. Leifermann, '32 Levy, '29 R. A. Perry S. J. Shanks Mosher Perry Iienbuw Morgan LCVY Goldberg Ulrich Johnson Brown Shan ks '1'0lS0n Lvifvrlnzlnn ,6A4Ai46A4,.q45ibQA7f,.7fxb,.7,-7. ff ff I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 4 e -4 J I Page 350 U' 1FlHl lLlLllUt -',.-- - X ' The questions which were debated this 'year are: Purdue and Knox debates, "Resolved: That the Senate of the United States should ratify the Paris Peace Pact without Reservations." Northwestern debate: "Resolved: That the Senate of the United States aeted wisely in ratifying the Paris Peace Pact without Reservations." - 1-iioificssok YLQAGI-:R VAIQIITY DEBATE NDER the coaching of Professor Yeager, Miss Whiteford, Mr. Roberts, and Mr. Baker, the Varsity Debate Teams have again admirably represented the Uni- versity of Illinois. Beginning the second year of the Western Debate League, which includes representative teams from all of the Big Ten Schools except Chicago, Illinois has met Purdue and Northwestern in triangular debate. Thewomenls team under Miss Whiteford's coaching won the decision of the Purdue debate and lost the de- cision in the Northwestern debate. The men's team under Mr. Baker duplicated the victory over Purdue and were defeated by Northwestern. With this triangular organization for the debate schedule it allows every team in the conference to meet every other team every two years. Two open forum debates which were held at Knox College were coached by Mr, Roberts. K 2 A Lcrkun McC0rklc Baldridgc Brown liaulerc Cqgnc Powell Deere Austin Western Wbitsun K r L. Whitson Land Yeager Whhcford Baker ' Lee Page 351 KX x f' ' x 5 If M ,X Y ff A 2,4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 P A QQ, 'ur ul-el IE 1lagp5,1Ui IIIL I G M AClxlRMAN III HE IE IDD BALI. G. M. Acmzrzmmx III Chairman M. R. Rodemeier K. L. Schcllie Dorothy Steele Ann Solon Gwendolyn Walls Betty Lytlc Alice McGinty Esther M'1cLaren W. T. McNeill Clark Miley W. B. Pierce M. J. Clarke N. A. Glantz Mary Ann Eidman W. J. Granata Cecile Gilroy Frank Kapple, Jr. Ethel Hull Harry Knoll W. L. Julian 4 1 . xl . J 'f ' ... , -I gl wp -5' . , r 1 5l 'A IQ 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 I 4 4 , N 4 2 - . 4 'TC' 4 ,, M, 4 S' 4 5' 4 Q 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 . . 'Q 4 4 4 4 I 4 z 4 4 4 I o .Q 4 1 4 , y Q 4 . 4 s lyric" P 4 Schellie Kapple I Rndcmeicr Knoll MCCOY Clarke Granntn' J McNeill McGinty Lytle Walls Steele Solon Hull Miley Q Pierce lflidmun Glus McI.a1rvn Ackerman Gilroy Qlglmz N I4 :5gZx .x .xx -xx .xx -xx .xx .xx -xx .xx -xx .xx x .xx xX .A .xx .xx .xx .xx .AfA4. 1.. 11. 1,. 0. 11. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1,. 0. 1,- 1,. 0. 1,. 1. 0. 1.. 1. fi. 'A Page 354 is 'll' ll-ll IE 1lfQp5,aUb ll IL ILllfUr ,fy . . nr-ww., , GRACE PARKHILL W. G. W. AN-HELLE IC CDMA D. G. Bennett M. Blank W. S. Fitzer V. P. Jensen H. Niebeck W. G. W. G1.os, Chairman GRACE PARK1uLI., Co-Chairman Helen Tobias W. F. Jacobs I., K. Wheadon C. J. Buswell C. H. Milcy Margaret Watson Helen Mason W. B. Pierce Maurinc Boyd GLOS Bennett Blank Fillfl' Jensen Nir-beck Tobias Jacobs Whezldon Buswell Bliley Watson Mason Pierce Purkhill Glos lloyd AAAAAAQAXAVAAZQAM Page 355 TTTTTI , 99 wr ul-an us qlf p ,fm lm. LIMJD .1 . 'QE Q5 AQ! A-f 4 I -' I4 Q 4 L ,E 4 5 4 4 9 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 9 4 5 4 S 4 4 UN IDI? DIQUM 4 P 4 5 4 5 ' 4 , l 9 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 Z 4 4 Z 4 ? 4 K P. H. Kammann Ruth Colvin 4 9 4 3 4 ? Q 5 4 P 4 f COMMITTEE 4 Q N z . 5 Q' J. G. SARGENT, Chaxrman 4 4 2 P 5' .F. Edwards s. Mogul Hem' K'?h0c Helen Sawyer 5 . A. Conwell E. B. Freeland Ilrfafgueqzflllngfam Ruth NCISOI1 4 ' W. A. H ' W. F. Maley fances 1 'fimson Claire Kelly 4 G. E. Baggze W. J. Painter Mafgafef 0115 E- J- Lawson x . S. Cline P. H. Jones Ann Mclcfhofcf R- LHFSOI1 4 , 4 P 5 ? 4 ? 5 E M . - ' -' '.7'l'l!i ' g . F ? . P 4 g I ? P ? P ? N 5 P 4 4 s ' 4 Q . p E 4 5 4 ' I gr . -L' gig .X Ax -,X .5 Ag .xx Ax -ss Ax -tx Asx Ax A X lp. la. 11. I1. li. In- lp. li.. lp. In. lp- Ip. lf. I1- I. lp- lf. I. I Page 356 YYYY Y YY Y AfvxAfvxA 99 -sr as-nu: qp p .Up lllL ll'U 9, X r Qi' QW JUNIDIQ DIQDM J- G- Sflfllflll Mary jam' Caxlcln ll ERPSICHORE ruled beneath blue Egyptian skies at the New Gymnasium on the occasion of the annual junior Prom. More than 6oo couples glided, hopped and swayed amld the ornate surroundings to Bobby Meeker's popular orchestra of Chlcago. There vvas an impres- sive promenade led by the class president and the committee chairman. The evening became more gay as the hour became later. Elaborately dressed girls and sleek haired boys laughefl, danced and applauded. It was one of the best of all the University social functions. A if A if Iidwards Sawyer Lawson Otis Conwcll Cline Hcinzc Ing 1 jones Nelson Larson Mvierhofcr Painter Fri-elnnd Kummann Williamson Sargent Kelly Baird Kehoe Mali-y Page 357 Y 1 flllglitllll-'EFiTQj5,1UDlllLlLlllUv 1 fsw, Vvvwvx vyb X "i5IgF'QiAQ?7 4 41- V1 X A MILTON JOHNSON, Chairman l,aNelle Lawrence Mary Jane Caldwell Mary Frances Morony Marguerite Stephens Charlotte Barrett Duncan Campbell Vern Kretschmer james Wharf Grace Esdohr Kathryn Ford Ward Dillavou john Flannigan Robert Baldrige Malcolm Burgess MILTON JOHNSON I DHD DE CDTILLIU Richard Tener Claire Abbott Clark Webber Arthur Logan Clara Kelly Oscar Ogg Kretschmer Logan Wharf lflannigan flllllllbvll lialdrige - Dillavou I.awrvnce Caldwell Johnson Burgess Stephens 'Ppnpr I-'orcl liarrctt Kelly Abbott Iisflvhr MOFUHY l K I Agxgaidk ,6,A4Ai,Ai,a4A4f,SPQ,.7A7y,,72,t72x727c 7ybf,,7,v5fAb.7f,,72,.57, X Page 358 11- 1141 IE 1l1gp5,1U1 1111. lL!IEr M. W. Woodruff F. H. Oster W. C. Kurz A. Sheets E. G. Hitchcock R. P. Shanks ILITAIQ BALI. R. Z. HICKMAN, Clmirnmn H. O. Panhorst F. R. Brown M. L. Rossiler j. H. Beaman F. J. Rose H, M. Woocl I-I. C. Peterson W. E. Haselwoofl A. W. Bennett H. G. Creamer R. J. Turney R. Z. IIICKRIAN Rnpsilvr 111151-Iwood Wuocl HL'l1lll'll Womlr11ff lizmw-11 Cl'l'1lIll1'I' llilchcock Kurz Ruse Shanks Oster P1-l1'rs1111 Sheets I-Iiek111:111 'l'11r111-y Ibilllhllfsl AQAQA A bbfkbx EDA Page 359 ' 5 Q 5 5 5 5 ' 09 '11' 11-1111-: 11195 101 1111. 1.111111 e v v w QV AA' ' 5 . 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 5 5 . I. 'ILLI 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 FIDE! MAN FIQDLI 5 5 5 5 J. M. ELLIOTT, Chairman G. Gabcr janet Meyers Mary Paltfm W. Gaveler Joyce Sandgren Ruth Ashmore C- R- T0b1n J, E, Ferry Eleanor Shell R. J. Railsback 1 15 1 011 P 5 mn" 1 ' R ulabxck G1b1r Cwclcr I'0fl'Y 10510 Nxxsgxssgxxgsxanxxs 1 I Il 5 . I l, 5 l 5 ? . 5 7-5 l . Q il ' 1 ' 1 - 1. l H I g V Patton Ashniorc lilliott Szmdgren MUYUFS Shell P ? 1 G 1 Q A "r :SF , ,, ,, . ,, , A A A . A A , A I. I ,. 0 h. 15. .. 1, . . N Page 360 in 'P '1r IHIIE1 fg,5,4Up L Lllnn 7 Tv-vu V ' i' YQVCR 'gi dnl' f XV' xx xx W. J. GRANATA V V' 9' XY' X' 3 W, J, GRANATA, Chairman . R- W bb A. A. N d d Cornelia Roberts Frederica Clason ilk A, Bjzzell S. L. Kzfplrgfka Mildred Shuman Adele Mcrnitz H. R. Hcctman J. W. winnings Margrctta Bairstow Ellen Solon Hcctmzm Mernitz Kapustka dSolon Clason Buzzell Webb Bairslow Granala Roberts N cdwcd Shuman l AKAKAKAQQAQ A Ahhh bQ22,z,v,QQf. Page 361 s 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 U 5 5 I 9 I 9 5 5 5 s f 5 ? 5 5 5 V' V' '0 V n 7 7 5 f 3' A I ' s y ' 4 1 v , 1 y. . , N ? P 5 . P . x . P Holt Bmtzlcr Munnccke GFCKUFY 1 x 3 . , ' --. ' ? N P ? 17 A ' fix . A AX -sX q -x - .5 - X .sX.. tX 15 I I n Q A 1 5 vwv-v-vu Y 455 1ruHllE1l-gp5,1Up IIIL Lll'Un -A LA 54 X Ii. G. FRUIN AG DANCE E. G. FRUIW, Chairman R. C. Munncckr. O. F. G'1cbc Vir1.ini'1 Wilkes I. J. Bratzlcr C. E. Johnson L. W. Hockaday J- H- YOUHI, Garmtte Houts Ruth Brcscc Margcry Purnell C- M. Holt II. D. Gregory H. G. Russdl Juhneon Hoclvnhy Ruwsm ll X uung, Gube I urm Il Houlb Frunn Brvsme Wilkes ,W g g g gy X ,g MA , 14.11 -l-l: l4.lf.lp..l.l1 l.l.l,.h, 1. I Page 362 L1 LA Q' '1r1HluE1lfgp5,fUr ml. LlI'Uv - , Sv fgg X 4g !P , Y ' 1 BDQQA 57, F. H. Bergstrom C. M. Burnam J. W. DeWolf K. E. Fields R. G. Hardy A. R. NIIQMAN If ISI EEIQI' DANCE A. R. NIEMAN, Chairman W. E. Haselwood ' C- W H Hi ins . . gg J. D. Jarvis L. D. Leutwilcr I- W. P. Lipscomb R P. Madsen A. Nelson G. Purnell A. Rockman B. Sawtell J. F. Schroeder T. A. Steele H. M. Woods R. C. Yontsey 9 9 I 9 9 s 1 I 9 9 'E- Q 5 5 E I H1 5 5 : p , I Z L U 5 1 Q g 5 5 1 : F 51 Q- 'C z w 5 E. 5 v M 5 E1 UQ. Q. 3 W 5 Z 5 2: S 3 s 5 : U7 .. S 5 I E lc U C 2 E. 0 2 ELT! E 5 .... x 5 ? N 5: gg ' S 5 x 5 if 80,5 D-'AS 2 E 5 x A P 34 S l P P l x r I ? ? Pl N" ig,.xX.1S .4 A Page 363 VN P . f me N U' '1rnHllE1lfgg5,1Uh lm. LlI'Ul ' x 'vvjlgif X R. B. LYON A. AUSTIN HARDING R. B, MOQRMAN President Director Vice-President OFFICERS A. AUSTIN HAROING ........... Director RAYMOND F. DvoRAK.Assistant Director NEIL A. Kjos ....... Assistant Director ROBERT B. LYON ............. President ROnER'r B. MOORMAN .... Vice-President RAY F. T1-uEssE ............. Secretary H. B. INGALLS ............... Treasurer ROBERT B. LYON ..... Business Manager DONALD B. POOR ....... .......... . . . . . . . . . Assistant Business Manager GEORGE C. WILSON .......... Librarian JAMES A. SuLr.IvAN.Assistant Lzbrarzan E. GAYTHOR RUTIIERFORD ....... .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Acting Quartermaster JAMES B. THARP .... Welfare Committee RAY I. S1-mwi. ...... Welfare Committee CHARLES A. HANDLEY .............., .................WelfareCommittee WAI.TER R. WEST ...Welfare Committee HREE bands are maintained by the University of Illinois, the Concert, First, and Second Regimental Bands. These in reality are divisions of the 'tgreatern Illinois band, which has a membership of more than 300 musicians. From the three divisions are selected members of the University Football Band, which sup- plies the pageantry each fall in the Memorial Stadium and which makes out-of-town trips with the Varsity Football team. Professor A. A. Harding's policy in directing the musicians, however, is not to build up a marching band primarily but to develop a musical organization of symphonic proportions. Thus the function of the Regi- mental Bands is to train men for promotion into the Concert Band, a group of selected musicians organized for the purpose of studying and playing higher forms of music. Each year the Concert Band follows a heavy musical schedule, including an annual tour of mid- western cities. Service in the bands takes the place of required mili- tary drill and tactics. Page 366 . x , VN!" l ' r"3li V' .i r V -g. :V r " , fiiffi lx f Rza- R pw:-I , .U-R ' 'f 1 . liLf"iirW7I, ij ' R ri. . if l - lf-ff - A .' 3 ' y - - s ' i .N ' P, X. , L Handley West Ingalls Thiessv Wilson Sullivan Poor Tharp RUfh'2l'f0l'd Shawl AM A I :. ll. In. lf. Ip. Ip. 11. In I. 4. In fvxAAfxAf 99 'ur Hu-: 111 muy rm. LlI'U as , , fl V4 'gi Q eil' f . gi ,,. A Asterisks indicate those who Wear the varsity band emblem. B-flat Clarinets E-flat Clarinet Drflat Flutes and Marimba Bass Trombones N. A. Kjosl' W. J. Krencewiczfi Prceolos R. A. Choate A. R. Gilkerson G. E. Walna- R. A. powcrsx- N. A. Padlm R. T. Keller F. E. Browning' . C. E. Ireland' F- V- T00lCy G, 3. Ehnborv Alto Clarznets - P- F- Cllndy' M. E. Ol nr p t Eu honia F. M. Lescherl' R055 Milli?-+ E'flat Flute ropgr DP B Linds'1 "' David Rosenblooml' W, L, Chen-yr R. H. Edmunds' R- WW, ik C' Huniy B. I'IZ1l'l'llSh'k Graboyv ' ' lelsman J ' 'Thar at G. K. Blakeslec' ob ' ' ' P Otho Arnoldl' . 065 Cgyngls M. W. Farlowl' Bass Clarznets J. A. Sullivani R G Lyon? G gi Xgvaegggll E. G' Young.. Blrnkori R- B'.M00rmanx Barrtones ' ' CH C C. Coleman' ' ' afgm 4- C A H dl Bk R M Moon' ' E H Wloklood R- A- Hmm - - a". CY ' ' gragfegf ' ' F. M. Vic,-ow-u J. H. Buntmg - - ISC 0 R. F. Thiesscl' 4, fl .. K Engllxh Horn W. E. Anderle"' A' V Soprano Saxophones J- A- Sullivan' S' D' Park l . 1 'E L. R. cookr .. ' if ,-4,3 J. S. Bartlumf Heckelphone FZgB'f3l'Z0"'5 f, f J . 4 . . proul 1' . 4 M S pho M' T' Kmnel J. A. Fctterolf r 1 ' . to axo nes L 'A A H1 Bassoons - ,f 'J'- ' J L. KCSSICY4' Tfumpets -.fini S. F. Ehman R. F. Dvorak? - Q6 ' I f c. A. Erickson R, 1, Shawll' W- T- Loblawl' . .3 J - . M J Scrbu A. E. Blolobofg - f ,A . - " A c.'M. G ll n' K- G' Dam ' i' -' Tenor Saxofhones a 8 I C- W- Hvvfer X ' W F. A. Matteson' - . ' 1 A L- 5- R0d20r" Sizing 65331 French Horns ' , 3' ' l Ll L.. Lehmann gclacrhgitgicinti I J L L' G' LMHWILER Baritone Saxophone Truman lfichaflir W L woon C. J. McKeown C- A- Maninlg Snare Drums Ax. lglzug hw 4 D. B. M'thll"' - - Cfil 1 W. R. Wlegtf B S h 1gggyg,g0'd' H. H. Wioh B-flat BGS-ws G. J. Wisnoskyl' ass gimp .One ' ' T- T- Wiley L. L. Stcimlcyr C. T. Colgreni' L. G. Nurmx A. O. Lauher H. C. Haney? ' R. C. Kammerer B035 Drum E. E. Waschcr E. G. Rutherford' Ig: ,lf Xzglfggaw Concert Flutes George Kaplan? T b - P- 0- Rllcher C. E. Wamplerf E. J. Shawl' mm ones . M. E. Dean' H. L. Newcomer' Cymbal-5' R- L- M1U1Vlll0"' BB B D. C. Isted H. B. Jewcll"' EM, Iflurncnthal W. L. Wooor -flat HSM D. M. Knotts R. W. Drierf H- E- Conant' Marshall Holtff L. T. Maiman J. C. Stock T. ni T. F. Rhodesk C. H. Woods J.H.Ottcn o. W. Munzk "UP" ' P. R. Spoooorr L. A. Thrasher C. F. Picknell H. W. Jeter' P. S. Cousleyl' H. J. Alvls Nelson Wylde MA A 75. ' Page 367 XA 'IFIHIIE 1pgp5,lUr lm. th LAW 4 RAYMOND F. DVORAK Flutes and Piccolos R. J. West M. E. Kraft P. J. Warrick W. J. Zeiter E- fiat C larinets C. M. Abrahamson M. H. Reid B-fiat Clarinets R. M. Hainsfurther D. B. Johnston J. W. Huss S. B. Nicholson D. P. Van Duyn W. F. Doak E. W. Chapin D. J. Porter F. N. Menke F. C. Oathout R. W. Hathaway A. W. Elliott A. L. Lippert R. B. Kitch E. J. Ralph S. D. Severns C. R. Lenz P. H. Lewis M. G. Murray H. W. Glanzner J. R. Vance H. E. Kearnaghan Bass C larinets F. H. Bischoff M. B. Moore R. E. Lindsey Alto Saxophone.: C. A. Erickson W. P. Cuthbertson J. J. Rea R. D. Taylor R. C. Kremer FIIQIT IQEIEIMENTAL BAND Tenor Saxophone L. G. Nurmi Baritone Saxophone J. M. Luther Oboe W. R. Coate Bassoon E. F. Schaefer E-flat Basses W. W. McConnell T. R. Hopkins BB-flat Basses N. W. Wyle C. F. Clow J. W. Ashby R. A. Smith G. D. Foster Snare Drums H. T. Hultberg G. T. Sands C. L. Smith L. K. Temple Bass Drum L. E. Wiley Roster, 1928-1929 Cymbals J. M. Finch J. E. Judd M arimba F. V. Tooley R. W. Teetcr Propertymen R. W. Teeter P. E. Wiese Cornets R. W. Mayer W. E. Trude H. G. Diekman G. L. Shapiro E. M. Ahrens W. E. Matthews C. U. Kring F. J. Dobias J. H. Lowry G. F. Meyer G. B. Sproul G. C. Blacker D. H. Schaeffer C. E. Cessna Ambrose Elliott D. L. Ziegler J. E: Menestrina J. W. Deutch C. E. Duncan G. E. Thomas G. D. Perrott French Horns L. V. Trabert E. F. Schmidt R. A. Harper W. S. Harris O. R. Bantz G. J. Curzon K. W. Anderson Bruce Smith A. O. Lauher C. E. Taeschner Trombones M. A. Miller H. B. Wright W. S. Hertz R. C. Knoblock P. E. Blair C. E. Staples T. T. Nalbach Robert Struve S. J. Collins R. W. Ball Baritones C. E. Arch C. E. Lund R. H. Stevens C. E.- Hewitt Euphonium J. W. Ballard R. N. Gsell .R JK .R Ax .A .K .ax .K As Ax .ax .A .ax .ax .ax .R .R .A .ax .R .RZxh. 1,. 0. 1,. za. 0. 0. 11. 1,. 11. 1,. 1.. 1,. 1,. 0. 1,- 1. 0. 1 I 1 Page 368 7 Q kk, V '1r IHI IE wg, 5,19 lm. L i LA' IECDN IQEGI ENTAI. BAND Flutes and Pieeolos Benjamin Rouch J. R. Schultz B-fiat Clarinets M. N. Pike D. A. Miller G. D. Commons Andrew Mabon R. C. Hubbard P. B. Geiger R. M. Wallenstein J. W. Lehman R. G. Arnold R. R. Terry M. S. Ketchum R. W. Bryant J.. C. Williamson G. D. Talbert C orn ets I. L. Smith A. H. Ades J. T. Davis L. L. Huckins G. G. Burroughs William Nilson F. W. Soderberg Section A-Roster, 1928-1929 R. H. Downing H. C. Vance W. K. Turner E. A. Albers E. W. Howard C. A. Hendricks L. E. Siemon R. M. Brown E. C. Bucher J. F. Neiman W. H. Rector R. W. Price J. A. Abney K. E. Tripp W. B. Billmire Tenor Saxophones DeVere Mummcrt H. H. Achman Horns E. C. Finn William Heitler A. L. Coleman Soprano Saxophone R. E. Blunk Alto Saxophones A. Lundstrom . G. Middleton V?-7 V. L. Durrstein L. G. Fischer J. K. Johnson A. F. Sears Baritone Saxophone ' H. L. Wingfield S. B. York W. A. Hutchinson A. C. Fries R. J. Railsbach Trombones R. P. Smith J. L. Ballard M. A. Dewey H. W. Milligan J. J. McIntosh D. D. Hershey C. E. Hain J. B. Davies H. D. Koeller E. E. Groves V. C. Fry Section B-Roster, 1928-1929 Flutes and Piccolos C. S- Mellen Horns E. D. Herron V. D. Mullins H. E. Wilson E W Morgan C' L' Snyder Sopfmfo Saxophone-7 J.'H..Frederickson . V. T. P Raymond Leeper B-fiat Clarmets M, A, Sifmier C. D. Dill R. P. H nold R- 1' HWY R, E, Lg, Alto Saxophone.: C- L- Banner E- G- Bourne S. L. Greenfield t W. E. Heacock R' K, Reid Conte S E- R- Riebe L. W. Brearton W' W' Johler R, A, Lowe C' P' MCCOOI W. R. Marston D- R- Halcom G. V. Edmonson J' H' Manns A- E' Olson E. W. Niemeyer lgfndel R. W. W t . . legman H. K. Mzffilton F- H- Glahn J B R th Tenor Saxophones E H Jordon C', A., Davis H- A- Sahlin C: Bumstead R. M. Gerber Jack Dafin L. J. .glleg . , . F. R. ' Ililllsvavgflleiiley Barttone Saxophone R. W' ffgygr R. E. Cram H. B. Maxwell M. V. Liesenfelt NEIL A. mos Baritones R. D. Moore W. R. Hartman Euphonium M. J. Madden Basses . W. Blodgctt . L. Bedinger W. Turner 'U'-4 P '-ig. N. Adams . H. Lund H. W. Frick T. T. Quinn Baritones S. E. Rice W. W. Lockwood Euphonium J. T. Dawson G. W. Vandervoort Trornbones L. W. Eck F. E. Keup D. R. Poor G. W. Horsley O. P. Mayfield E. C. Franzen Loch Shumaker J. T. King v l . 1 Snare Drums B. P. Spann W. A Andresen W. W. Faris Bass Drum E. H. Runden Propertymen H W Milligan H W Kring H C Dunbar Wilburn Johnson R C Scott D A Vespa S T Bauer Basses Willcox R. F Becker Snare Drums 1 l I l 4 DeVere Mummert C. F. ' A. P Bein H. E. Hudgens Bass Drum E R Benedict Propertymen R. C. Scott E. R. Riebe 4 ? Joi. f Pl , it Q r VX X X sX .X AX AX AX AX AX AX .XX AX -XX .sX .A AX .A .QX AX .A2X.h. Ip. ln. I4. lp. ln. 11. 11. I - li. IQ. lp. lp. I., lg, 1,, 1, 1,, I , 1 Robert G. Cleveland ,, . u' '1rnHllE1l-gp5,4Ub rm. L l'Ur fvs - yi A4 .A RAYMOND I' DVORAK Director THE M IELEE C U Aster1sks Indlcate those who have been awarded the ofhc1a1 emblem. I OFFICIARY CABINET HARLEY W. KIDDER3' ............ ....... P resident LEWIS V. PETERSONF... .... Vice-President FRANCIS R. MOONW' ..... ....... S eeretary WAI.TIER B. BESLEYY ..................... Librarian RAYMOND F. DVORAK4' .................... Director ALFRED W. BLACK? ...... Manager for First Semester KARL W. ANDERSONVF. . .Manager for Second Semester HXRI.EX W. KIDIJER4' LEWIS V. PETERSON? FRAVCIS R. MooN"' WXI.TER B. BESLEYK ..... . RAYMOND F. DVORAKW' .... , , ALFRED W. BI.AcK+ .... K KRL W. ANDERSON' ..... PARTICIPANTS IN CoNcERTs ABROAD 4 ' 19-8-19-9 . . . . . .President . . . Vice-President . ..... . . .Secretary Members rx ojlieio ' A First Tenors Carl W. Anderson Horace C. Baker Arthur P. Bein Walter B. Besley Alfred W. Black? Harold M. Buck Vernon G. Cornelius Robert B. Fisher Wilhelm G. Peters Second Tenors Carleton W. Johnson Edwin T. Reeder' Jack L. Shumatc Baritones Harley W. Kidder' Jean E. Iattan August G. Lindberg Philip B. Masslich Francis R. Moon"' Lewis V. Peterson' John M. Seldon John R. Webb Clayton H. Haney john M. Moulton Edu 'ard C. Nieburgcr Rolla Otey Louis F. Spencer? Accornpanist Robert W. Teeter SOLOISTS Baritone I Lewis V. Peterson? Banjoist Vernon G. Cornelius ASSISTING ARTISTS Baritones Russell J. Crane Raymond II. Middleton Cornetists Willium T. Loblaw Robert B. Lyon Violinist George C. Wilson 0 YQ 455 , V!! 9 l ' I 4 9 4 9 4 9 4 9 4 r ' 4 9 4 5 . 4 r I 4 9 ' , 4 9 f I 4 9 ' 4 a . ' T I f Q i 9 4 L T ' 4 5 l . I . Q ? Moon Kidder ' ' Peterson Besley 4 9 4 F F 4 9 4 t 9 I Q 3 . . . . 4 N 5 4 ' Q i r 4 r 1 ' Q 9 4 P ' A ? , 4 r T 1 f Q . 1 1 I r I f 4 7 I 4 4 , . R 4 P X . A 2 . Pk Karl W. Andersont' Glenn W. Dodds Gustave B. Ehnborn Second Basses Donald M. Brown Second Bass I Louis F. Spencerf' Entertainer John A. Wells l l Sr' 1 Primm Miller Gunn Logan Cornelius Haney Mayer lihnborn Webb Binnn Shuinate V Anderson Peters Gerlen Bein Humes Lnttnn Johnson Mnsslich Watkins Whitcrnft Hornbergcr Q 5 Honens Kucster Marlin Seldon Seedorf Buck Brown Swellfingen Baker Howard Nicburger ' Dodds Black Anderson Besley Kidder Dvorak Peterson Moon Middleton Fisher Spencer I l 4- ,I :Six .4 ..x .ex .A -ts .xx .Rx -A .ex .ex .A - 11. 0. I.. 1.. 0. 11. 1,. 1., 0. 0. lp f.. 73- H Page 370 1 7 X 'v "I 5 v w AA vvvv-vq fNfN!Xf' U .1 , IN fvs LA YQ ag e, ,Y iff' IHCDI-mough Mmm. RUSSELL H. MILES G0lKiCIl Songw- Director I-lf WDMAN' GLEE CL RUSSELL H. MILES ..................... ..Director NELL MCDONOUGII ----..- . GLADYS RUTH MIl.l.ER ................... President AGNES SONGER .......... MAnJoRxE GOLDEN .................. Vice-President LORENA BRUNE. .. .... . .... . Dems DANKS ................ ..... . ..... L zbrarzan MEMBERS First Sopranos Nell McDonough Marjorie Golden Mary Powell Alice Fritchle Florence Grundin Clara Williams Evelyn Blomquist Dorothy Duckles Mildred Kratovil Ann Solomon Lorena Ford Ann Young Helen Pesci Ruth Powers Eleanor Conley Catherine Wilcox Lorena Brune Ruth Eversman Althea Jane Northam- Elizabeth Gress Margaret Briggs Inez Clem Second Sopranos Libby Gordan Eleanor Ballweg Margaret Graves Marion Benbow Marietta Ziegler Kathryn A. Evans Helen Horrigan Lucille LaPorte Doris Danks Dorothy Schauer Lilly Vogtborg Phyllis E. Shaub Betty King Dorothy Hall First Altos Agnes Songer Gladys Ruth Miller Bernice Bott Martha Swisegood Jane Borgmier Frances Leslie Ruth Fitzsimmons Jean Young Madeline Ronchetti Eileen Fleming Secretary Treasurer . . . .Business Manager Roberta Lowitz Jean Smith Maurine Hertz Second Altos Kathryn Allen Helen MacDonald Wesa Dale Marue Stockwill Josephine Wherry Anita Roth Julia Stevens Stella McLeiSh Marie Worley Miriam Esslinger Louise Holmes Northam Duckles Young Fleming Horrigan Vogtborg Smith Wherry Pesci McLeiSh Roth Stockwill Bott Evans Iiversman Gordan Conley Shaub Esslinger Briggs Ballweg Dale Young Blomquist Ziegler Songer Hertz Gress Kratovil Ronchetti Graves Stevens Clem MacDonald Solomo n Benbow LaPortc Swisegood Hall Worley Wilcox Borgmier Williams Dnnks Schauer Miller Prof. Miles Brune Colvin McDonough Powell Grundin Golden . 4 :PF SX .QX .sX .nS AS .xX .AX .xX .QX .sX ASX .sK .SX .sX 45X .QX .A .SX .QX AXAXI1. la. 10. la. li.. Il. ll, II- I1. IIA li. li. Ip, l,, lg, 1,, 1, l,, I , I 5 o' wr mi-me 1l1Qp5,cUl lm. LIIUL 4- 'Q X 455. QQ! YY " .. 5 l I , 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 9 , 5 5 5 5 5 5 I f 7 5 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 3. 5 5 X 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 A. AUSTIN HARIJING Conductor UN VEIQIITY UIQCHEITIQA ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING . Violins Bernice Bott Mrs. Ruth M. Marsh Dorothy Hall Mrs. Theo M. Abel Mrs. Helen Kurt George C. Wilson Theodore Ptashne B. F. Dickinson H. G. Diekman B. D. Rosenak Katherine Zimmcrscheid Kenneth Boyle Martha Morrow S. J. Richmond Judith R. Walz Mildred Parker Nathan Deutch Virginia Burroughs Byron P. Blackard Oscar C. Ponto Jeannette Sennc Paul B. Meyer ROSTER, 1928-1929 ....... ....Condurtor XVMTER L. Roosa. . . .. Violas L. F. Audrith Harold H. Wich Earl R. Benedict S. C. Hussey A. E. Blumberg Cellos G. L. Clark Ada F. Michelman J. B. Tharp Kathryn Boekenhoff Elinore I. Payne H. H. Hall Basses L. L. Steimley L. L. Lehman E. C. Waschcr ' L. A. Thrasher Piano Nathan Fadim Flutes H. L. Newcomer H. B. Jewell R. H. Edmunds Mrs. Frances Acuff Clarinets N. A. Kjos G. E. Waln G. B. Ehnhorn B. F. Harnish Oboes J. A. Sullivan C. E. Binkert E. H. Wickland Horns Herbert Gutstein F. W. Hornberger Truman Richards J. A. Mart , K. G. Smith Trumpets R. B. Lyon R. A. Brunt F- M. Vierow W. T. Loblaw Trombones R. L. Manville A. R. Gilkerson R. T. Keller Bassoons R. F. Dvorak R. I. Shawl C. M. Gallati Tuba E. G. Rutherford Percussion P. S. Cousley J. F. Brownold Earl Blumenthal Associate il 9X .x .gk .sk .S -xx .xX .xx AX AX .sX .SX .xt -xX .AX .xX .sK .QX .QX -dS AXZXA. Ia. la. h. la. li. 11. Ia. IQ. li.. 11. 11. Ip- Ia. lf. 11. 1, 1, , . Page 372 A Ezkz 'v 'fl 'l 'v 'v 'fl "I 'v 'fl vq 'qv v' v' v' v' xv xv sv vo' v' xv xv' v' v' v' xv xv sv xv v' v- sv sv' v' v' v' v- xv- xv v- Ag' in- . .mv pl I ' 9 9 9 Q cf, s-rs:-'svn-osvrzv'-'c:v:-'fmfs r- .ovvvrfa-r--van: Q 9 1-fa-::2.::-:S r:"Z-5JZ'::':-r-O Lei:-rn-Q 'O O :-. 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A plan for the Military department was adopted by the Board of Trustees in November, 1867 on recommendation of a Committee which said in its report "while thg effect of this department will be to scatter through the State a body of men, so far advanced in military work, that, in case of war, they will furnish skilled officers, ready to drill and lead the military forces of the country. It is the opinion of many experienced educators that the intro- duction of military drill and discipline is of positive value for their edu- cating iniluence. They will materially assist in the government of the institution, and tend to form those habits of order and punctuality, for want of which so many educated men fail of usefulness and successf' .. na.-t., .-... , 5 , , , 9 BRIGADE REVIEW 1929 Wx .x .st -xx .ax .xx .QX .A AK AX .gX .xX AX .AN AX .A .A .QS .sX AX .A2xA. la. ln. ln. ln. 0. lf. la. lp. 11.11. 11. Ip. I I 1 1 4 Page 376 MILITAIQY TIQAI N I NG U N IVEDIITY ' ILLINQU E' 9 1 0' 'irll-4115 qpgp 3,19 ll IL LII uv K 'K ' ' E1 'Qi Q!! U V Ai. Cf we J THE COLORS The present military curriculum for the Reserve Officers Training Corps was adopted by the University Senate soon after the war and approved by the Board of Trustees. The advantage of this military training to the Nation, the University, and the students participating has been obvious through the years. It is a service to the Nation and the State to prepare oflicers in a civilian atmosphere. It is to the advantage of the University because such training interests the people at large and impresses them with the belief and desire of the University to train young men, for this as well as for other lines of public service. It is an advantage to the student because it has an educational value in the de- velopment of his character and because the study of mathematics and engineering from the military point of view is as truly an educational process as the study of these subjects from the point of view of the civil or mechanical engineer. . -Q- A A BRIGADE REVIEW 1893 4 2 lg A K S X QX -xK .18 .QX .XX -xX -sX ..sX .A .QX .AX .QX .48 AXAXA. Ip. la. lp. IQ. h. li. II- I:. ll.. la- Ig. Ia. 11. II. If. I4 In- la. I. iw Page 377 P' f Pm' ' VVV U qv '1rnHllr-:1lfgp5,fUb lm. L ll'U '- .1 X: A, 1' I -AY ! 22, I I f U Commandant JA HoLI.x I.U. .. Adjutant Mtg' YQ 4g 12... Ti 5 5 A 5 5 . g . ? . 9 5 5 a r 5 I 5 5 I F 9 5 . 9 . 5 c. w. wlasxs , Col. n . .S. A 9 3 5 7 D ? . ' 5 5 9 Z 7 1 ? 9 , 9 . , . P 5 , Lt.. if s A V IQEIEIQ If DFFICEIQI' TRAINING CDIQDI INCE the beginning of time man has had to maintain his existence through his own exertions. Human nature as well as all nature is built upon the theory of the survival of the fittest. As with nature, so with nations, to survive sturdiness is a prerequisite. Sturdiness in governments Cgmes by being in a position to utilize the manhood available if the need therefor arises. The World War found the United States woefully lacking in trained officers to lead its men. The Reserve Officers' Training Corps needs no justification, it is the natural cure for a recognized deficiency. It trains officers and places them in reserve in case of need. Illinois takes a leading part in this national undertaking. The University Brigade, in existence for the past sixty years, possesses the equipment and is imbued with the spirit which insures success in its endeavors. T ' 5 ? . x Capt. Innis Lt. Johnston Lt. March Lt. Haydfn Pi- Lee P Lt. Holly Capt. Kellogg ' Capt. Kramer Lt. Griffiths Lt. Lewis Capt. Burney' Capt. Mallory 5 Capt. Parsons Maj. Lcmen Lt. Col. Smith Col. Weeks Mill. Nlffilll Nlu- Kirby Maj. Brady I ? bl y - I4 .gyx .X A Ax .x as .ax Ax Ax Ax .ax Ax .A .ax .ax .A .ax .ax .ex .A .A1lh. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11- 11. 11. 1.. 11. 1,- In 1.- 1.. 1 N A' Q Ptlfji' 378 ' . - gf 'W'lHllE1lI Q59 D III LIMJ Vs A Xzrfcfcf 455 9 V qggr ,,. MON G the benefits to be gained from membership in the University Military Brigade are those which arise 4 peculiarly from military training. Chief among these are g 4 habits of obedience and discipline, and the desire to work co- . 4 operatively with other men. In no other department or eiitra R. z. HICKMAN 4 curricular activity are these to be so effectively combined siudmi Colonel 4 and taught. I . . x The theoretical work in the six units of the Brigade IS no 4 substitute for purely academic work, although lt does supple- S ment it. The physical benefits are not suitable substitutes for 4 a course in Physical Educationg nor is the tra1n1ng gained 4 by commanding a group of men an equivalent of the teach- 4 ing in a Public Speaking course. However, the combinatlon TH12 STAFF I of these produces more than their mere constituent partsg COL. RI Z. HUMAN Commlmdant I it produces an appreciation of the effectiveness with which Cm. R. J. TURNEY-I-'mmAdjutam E they can be combined, both in individuals and 1n' groups of MAJ.M.W.WO0DRllFF.1fxCC1ltiU6OWCCT people. Lr. Cor.. W. C. Kunz .......... Cavalry 2 LT. Cor.. H. M. Wooo ..... Signal Corps 'Q LT. Col.. E. G. Hrrcucocx .... Infantry 2 LT. CoL. R. P. SHANKS ...... Engineers , LT. Col.. A. SHEETS ........... Artillery LT. Cor. F. H. OSTER ....... Air Service I . 'Y'i"5., : . l . Q- :gig l - . . T . . 7 5" 3 , affk. 1 't'Q' . . . T A gh. y ' u A .1 9 . 1' 'L . 1 , ' Y f L , X 'V f ' A R. J. Turncy W. C. Kurz H. M. Wood M. W. Woodruff E. G. Hitchcock R. P. Shanks A. Sheets F. H. Oster . ' .X A Ax A -tx .ex .A As ..x .A .ex .A .ex ,AQAQKG A 7,s,7a,7f,,7,s. 0. 1.. 0. 1.. 0. 1... 1.. 0. 1,- I.. 0. 1,. In fyg Page 379 Wqqvgq qH'5vEW9E7dQIU' X X 5x x x ix x x 5 x '. COL. SHICE THE AIQTILLEIQY Summer Camp Camp Sparta, Wisconsin ARTILLIQRY CADET Om-'ICERS A4,4A44AQ4,4A4 A4A4A4AfA4A4x:,QAy,Qf,aA Q,,5,Q,Q,Qf.v,,aAvA Page 380 XS' 1- X 58W5E7EF!gSx!4FiFxfxfxfsA , n Q' '1r' :HI IE 1l1Qp5,4UD IIIL L I IUP 1r1rqfvw S y xx I Q Q I f f f 4Vg fv nw ', I EQY 4- QV - Apu f , .M . P 1 P YYYYYYY LT.COL.KURZ TH If CAVALIQY Summer Camp Fort Sheridan, Illinois Dix 1 xy . -' y zzz, ' ' . , M1-- f L . ,N 1 N 'fi-f ,, A mmf ii H 7f if'- , - 'JJ s ' . I is X- V if 14. i - ff' -. '-"' -4 0:-,Q N . f7" "A . wi. CAVALRY CADET OFFICERS L .ACAAS.fSAsfA44 AAAQAAAXAVAAJQAA 232.532 X Page 381 T' U X. 0 '1rnHl1E1lgp5,.Up lm. LIIUQ - 1 v 5 -A LA LT. COL. HITCHCOCK INFANTIQY Summer Camp Fort Sheridan Illinois V ' I C 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 , 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 f , 5 5 5 5 5 Z f E 5 5 7 ? 5- , ? INFANTRY CADICT OFFICERS ,-4 . . y . , N . ' ? A, p - ,, 5 . p , S P PI 5 I .. . .. tim A AA Ax A -A Ax Ax A Ax A .A 4 , AM A 11. 1 11. lp. 1.. 1,. 1,. 1.. 11. 11- In 1,. 1.. 4. rw Q P Page 382 9 4 In '- wr IHI IE 1' 95,100 Wag, X yy YYYYYYY YY 'iq l.X'S'XXXSXXY'XXS'X yu' yy LT. COL. SHANKS THE ENGINEEIQI Summer Camp Camp Custer, Michigan ENGINEER CADET OFFICERS Bbfbybfbyx X 5757, X K ii N N 5 , sf '1l"lHIlE1l1g,5,1Ul IIIL Y Y .. XXX 4 x Q 4 f l Q 9 l 2 1 I ,I Q 3 '..w 'lv ' ' 4 F M - -, ,- ' x g ,, Q4 ff , 4 f Q L 4 f LT. coL. os'rER Q I 4 5 Q f H If Q 7 4 Z I I2 4 Z 4 x ? IEI2 ICE 4 9 4 5 Summer Camp Q 3, Chanute Field, Illinois Q ? 2 AIR CORPS CADET OFFICERS t . 4 i 4 4 A 1 l K AKAKQAQQ A x I. fIA lp. li. IQ. Ia- ll. la. la, Ip. IL I4 Zi Page 384 -A LA A LL YYQKKK ii ul-+I If-: Wg, 5,10 E Vyivyyyyyvy YYYYY Y YY vw y 1 LT. COL. WOOD THE IIGNAL CDIQDI Summer Camp Fort Sheridan, Illinois 96 'U'G? Bbybpbfbpx X XX ,4A1g,5A6d,4KAQAQQAQAAfQ6AQAA6XKA4iibAbXbQAbx 72,b,,b7,77Q7,b,x. PJ361 gs '1l'll--1llE'Il4Q,5lUI lm. Lll'Uv KK 4 5 ' ,! ii X X YYYYVV sf' ' ' PASS IX Rl-IYIICW THE BAND , i.-. -,T IQEVIEWI IERIGADE reviews are held several times each year. On one occasion the unit was reviewed by the visiting Legis- lators from the State Senate and House of Representatives. The second review of the year is on Military Day, when the entire Brigade, lead by the First and Second Regimental Bands, is reviewed by the newly commissioned Officers of the Reserve. MILITARY DAY AK Axdaixdaffibxbsbxbxbx hbhhbxhb Page 386 YYYYYY Y YY Y 'ir :HI is '1l1gj5,4Ui ll ll. Lllfll X YY HDNDIQI B. F. Rose, a graduate of New Mexico Military Institute, was awarded the Uni- versity Gold Medal in 1928. The award was given for Military excellence shown in the annual competitive drill. F. J. Rose, a graduate of Northwestern Military Academy, won the Hazelton prize medal in 1928. Excellency in Military ap- pearance, carriage, and execution of the school of the Soldier was the basis of the award. HONOR PLAQUE gulf- W B- F- ROSE F. J. ROSE THE RIFLE TEAM A 52 ff 1 Q5 K Q ffl 10 4 4 4 L .KAAAKAKKA AQKAXQAXAPAAJQXA 72bfQ2757QAb,51,5A X Page 387 N Q Q Q N S S x S xw L. X ,X Q, , F ' - - 'Y I y . W 'Y . K .f 1 v V. 42 5 5 . x n David Kinley, Ph.D., LL.D. Laurence E. Kline, B.S. A C Littleton, A.M., C.P.A. Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D Louis O. Foster, M.S. Arthur J. Abbott El 9 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I P 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 g - 5 .. 5 y 5 I 5 5 5 P 6 P Clive F. Dunham David D. Jacobs Edward B. Neville Robert L. Scott In YQ 'll' ll-ll IE 1lfgj5,4Ul IIIL L llln v a 44 LL Sf " 5 , AMf!!' 5 Y BETA GAMMA I I MA Iislnblished , University of Illinois, X913 To encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment along the lines of business activity among students and graduates of colleges of commerce and business administration Frederic A. Russell, Ph.D. Nathan A. Weston, Ph.D. Paul D. Converse, A.M. Charles L. Stewart, Ph.D. Paul M. Green, M.S. M EMBE Chester Anderson Wesley F. Fisher Edward R. Johnson Edward H. Petersen FACULTY Edward J. Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. Simon Litman, Dr. of Jur. Pub. Essel R. Dillavou, Ph.D. J. Wilbur Hansen, j.D. RS IN UNIVERSITY Haverly Van Epps Glenn H. Breen Robert C. Garretson Andrew C. Lenz Charles M.Thompson,Ph.D.,LL.D. Hiram T. Scovill, A.B., C P A ' Ernest L. Bogart, Ph.D. Horace M. Gray, Ph.D Daniel Borth, B.S. Tyler F. Haygood, B.S. T. F. Sage William T. Cameron Frank W. Gerwig William B. Middleswor Lynn G. Sahlin th Q --pn.-vf Y . , ,vwvu , 5 x.. Dunham Anderson Sahlin Neville Sage Littleton Scovill Gerwig Pegg,-sen Yan Epps Jacobs Johnson Breen Abbott Filbcy Fisher Luiz AKA? AQACAK A 75,,?5QA755c Page 390 D. Morgan, M.S., C.E. fvxAAfVvx .B LL Q 5 I ogmowrmmwopwpmapp DPCM? 'T"T"-ll" 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 7 5 9 5 5 . 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 3. P ? U' 1rlHlnE1pg,5,1Up ll IL L lnv TTY. f 4 'fu v 'Hr' Aff? C. Willard, B.S. C. Wiley, B.S., C.E. M. White, B.S. . M. Westergaard, Ph.D., D.Eng. H. Waldo, M.S., M.E., E.E. Vawter, B.S., C.E. N. Talbot, C.E., D.Sc., M. Smith, M.S. B. Seely, M.S. E. Richart, C.E., M.S. A. Reid, M.S., E.E. H. Provine, B.S., A.E. A. Polson, M. E. W. Pickels, B.C.E., C.E. B . Paine, M.S., E.E. F. Moore, M.E., M.M.E., A D.Eng. . Leutwiler, B.S., M.E. L. Williams V. Bergstrom G. Debo S. Ponzer W. Brown . M. Craft . J. Dolan H. Manley E. Branch D.Sc. E. M. C AU BETA ID Established, University of Illinois, 1897 To mark in a fitting manner those engineers who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by a high grade of scholarship as undergraduates, or by their attainments as alumni FACULTY AND GRADUATES E. King, A.B., M.C.E. S. Ketchum, D.Sc., C.E. . A. Keener, M.S., E.E. W. C. Huntington, M.S., C.E. UIQOPF5 H. Jordan, B.S. P. Hoelscher, M.S. W. Ham, M.E. A. Goodenough, M.E. E. Babbitt, M.S. R C . E. Gould, B.S. . E. Skroder, B.S. H. L. White, B.S. E. C. Clark, B.S. J. J. Doland, B.S., C.E. E. C. Schmidt, M.E. A. N. Jorgensen, M.S., E.M. N. Hardy Cross, A.B., B.S., M.C.E. A. C. Callen, E.M., M.S. W. M. Wilson, M.M.E., C.E. E. G. Young, M.S., M.E. C. Harris, B.S. A. L. Young, M.S. W. N. Espy, M.S. H. E. Wessman, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY N. E. Ensign, A.B., B.S. M. L. Enger, M.S., C.E. A. P. Carman, D.Sc. M. Brooks, Ph.B., M.E. M. K. Fahnestock, B.S. N. J. Alleman, B.S. M. C. Holmes, B.S., M.S. W. H. Harszy S. M. Babcock J. Danzer F. Kochis B. H. Dickinson L. O. Hubbard E. Danner V. P. Jensen B. F. Parr E. T. Wheeler E. F. McDonald J. Karol M. W. Caskey H. H. Kreisinger S. L. Lo I. H. Kwong M. H. Mitchell C. E. Fisher yr-r Vtvvl mn L VYYYY .Air C. L. Thompson, B.S. H. E. Schlenz, B.S. R. E. Tarpley, B.S. R. L. Moore, B.S. R. F. Larson, B.S. A. E. Badger, B.S. A. J. Monack, B.S. S. Konzo, B.S. N. H. Barnard, B.S. H. J. Stoever, B.S. J. G. Lowther, B.S. M. F. Lindeman, B.S. E. B. Noel, B.S. G. N. Cox, B.E., M.S., Ph.D. H. R. Thomas, B.S., M.S. C. T. Knipp, Ph.D. -H. Levy R. B. B. Moorman L. R. Cook ' K. J. Howard H. V. Beck J. M. Gifford T. V. Sheehan I G. F. Drake Doland Cross Moore Wilson Huntington Bergstrom Caskey Kreisinger Dickinson Babcock Moorman Levy Branch Williams Brown Cook Jensen Lo Danzer Fisher Howard Gifford Kochis Kwong Debo Parr Craft McDonald Hubbard Sheehan Harszy Karol Danner Manley Dolan Wheeler Drake Mitchell AQgAACA4ffSPA7A7,s.L,,b,. Page 391 U' 'ir ll-ll IE qllgpg lm IIIL Lllun - .X ' X yyyyvfy L2 LA A A Iistablishcd, University of Illinois, X915 To foster the high ideals of the Mechanical Engineering profession H. J. Macintire, M,E, FACULTY G. A. Goodcnough, M.E. O. A. Lcutwiler, M.E. C. W. Hnm, M.E. J. A. Polson, M.E. W. N. Esoy, M.E. A. C. Willard, ME- NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SENIORS H. V. Beck M. W. Caskcy T. V. Sheehan B. F. L. G. Lcutwilcr J. Lynch W. G. Jenkins H. L. R. W. Kricsingcr E. E. Lakcmachcr W' L- M9-Ccilfihy C. G. E. L. Tindall C- E- JUNIORS A. R. Barton W. G. Harris G. W. Kessler R. C. f Parr Kohler Malmbcrg Swift Oeler ..,.. 13.8311 Kric-singer M:1cCnrthy Beck Mnlmbcrg Jenkins V Caskcy b Lynch Lakcmnchcr Swift Lvutwilcr Harris Tindall Sheehan Kohler Parr KvSSl0l' HHFIOH Oeler Page 392 NI V RA Dean Thomas A. Clark Litt.D. Roblee Alexander Richard B. Ainsworth Leavitt Allen Rome G. Arnold John Bertetti Henry H. Bloomer Paul C. Brines Franklin S. Brown Earle C. Bucher Wilfred P. Burglund Keith J. Caddy Clifford B. Campbell James F. Chandler John Clark Edmonds N. Combs Donald H. Cooper Franklin S. Cooper Don W. Cox Theodore R. Crawford Floyd G. Crow John R. Curtis, Jr. Arthur S. Davis Herbert S. Day A. Garrell Deem John H. Detrich, Jr. Lucius M. Dillman Eugene J. Kinderman James E. Smith Charles J. Jorgensen Marston D. S. Strote .- -- .. YYPVVV Y. .gggggp Founded, University of Illinois, I922 To promote a higher standard of learning and to encourage high scholastic attainment among the freshmen men in our institutions oj higher learning I , BL., FACULTY Dean Charles M. Thompson, Ph.D., Dean Kendric C. Babcock, Ph.D., Dean Fred H. Turner, A.M. LL.D. LL.D. I Dean George H. Smith, A.M. 'NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frank E. Dubach Robert N. Dupuis Martin T. Ekovich Arthur A. Esslinger Mark W. Farlow Chauncy E. Finch Leonard V. Finder George R. Fink Dwight P. Flanders Hilding V. Foreen Lecn T. F ruin Cecil M. Gardiner, Jr George E. Gilman Samson M. Gottlieb Hugh J. Graham, Jr. Max Greenburg William B. Harkins J. Leslie Harper William T. Harper Walter O. Herschback Robert P. Honold Richard M. Hoyt Daniel L. Humm Robert T. Ittner William K. Jordon James W. Karraker Julian K. Knipp Harold R. Snyder Andrew Mabon David S. Traub Severin P. Langhoff, Jr. Ingwald G. Larson Jean Edward Lattan Leo D. Link Arnold L. Lippert Harold K. Madison John W. McElroy Merritt W. Matthews George F. Meyer Donald P. Morris Kurt E. C. Oster Rexford Clark Parmclee John C. Payne Ralph E. Petering Carl H. Peterson F. Lewis Phillips George W. Pickels Donald R. Poor Carl H. Rapp Henry Rauch Frank Reid, Jr. Paul O. Ritcher John R. Royer Albert C. Rubin Raymond C. Rugen Lowell H. Shifley William R. Sladek Louis R. Solomon Clifford L. Odell Ward A. Southard Russell F. Stedman Ethan M. Stine Richard V. Strong Dewey Stuit Barney G. Tokarskey Robert W. Teeter Joseph E. Ulrich William L. Unzicker, Jr. John R. Van Sickle Don A. Vespa Theodore J. Wang Robert M. Werden John O. Wernham David E. Wiegand Robert J. West William E. Willey Frederick J. Worden Aitken Young Jacob Zidell - Allan J. Zimring John H. Armstrong Frank N. Brockmeier Joseph F. Diver . Walter Garner George H. Gustat John A. Harvey Ralph S. Johansen Leland A. Quindry 570297. X AQACAK A Ahhh 7bQ2,,,Z,.7f,b,s.L Page 393 5.4 54 u- 1ruHllE1lfgp5,1Up mr. im - YY " Y ,gg N eggs X f A r if DI M EDIILU Established, University of Illinois, I924 Fifteen Active Chapters To promote scholarship in mathematics FACULTY Edgar J. Townsend, Ph.D., LL.D. Arthur R. Crathorne, Ph.D. Henry R. Brahana, Ph.D. Harold W. Bailey Ph D George A. Miller, Ph.D. Charles F. Green, Ph.D. Harold L. Black, Ph.D. Frank C. Ogg, PHD . . Robert D. Carmichael, Ph.D. Leonard L. Steimlcy, Ph.D. Arnold Emch, Ph.D. Harry Levy, Ph.D. I Arthur B. Coblc, Ph.D. Emil Amelotti G. A. Baker H. R. Beveridge L. T. Bourland Marvin Dejonge MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Leonard Bristow H. A. Dennis G. L. Edgett Roy G. Ehman GRADUATE STUDENTS Paul Cramer J. J. Gibbons C. E. Ireland E. D. Mouzon SENIORS Virginia M. Bowen Paul B. Evans M- L- PiUkStHff A. M. Froggatt L. Y, Lacy Anna M. Weatherford L. O. Hubbard Edith Davis Emily Marlin JUNIORS H. E. Crull K. E. Bishoff Ernest B. Lytle, Ph,D, Eleanor Kingsley E. B. Noel R. E. Norris G. W. Stareher Elizabeth Cooper Norman Watson Ruth Einhaus C. E. Wampler Helen Stull l I Townsend Evans Weatherford Bfflhaha Noel Crathorne Bourland Pinkstaff Bowen Watson Froggalt Ireland ' K M K A I - it fl- lt. IJ. IJ. In. II. lf. Ia, Ii.. Ip. In H Page 394 ' v U' 'lr in-ll IE 1pg,5,lUp ll ll. Lll Ur . 44 ,V RA Founded, William and Mary College, 1776 4One Hundred :md Six Activ e Clmpters Gamma of Illinois, Established I9o7 NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I 9 Ruth Abrahamson Mary Doolittle Sylvia Kat? L - Ed Mason B. Aldrich M. W. Dunnington R. R. Kelley R. lgzggrllcilvildliucllcr 3 Phyllis Alexander Ruth Einhaus . Frederick L. Kirgis Carmen paddiek V M. E. Baker S. E. Ekblaw Emily Kniep Margaret Roy Q Maurine Baker J. L. Friedl Ida Kroenlcin E' C' Smith , Helen Adams B. S. Friedman Bertha Lane Janiee Smith 9 E. E. Anderson Sarah Ginsberg Earl S. Leimbacher ' - Catherine Sullivan g R. D. Baird W. E. Gobble Alberta Lewis G. F. Tanbencck f R. E. Baird Margaret Graves L. R. Lind Helen Telex, z Eva Bassett Frederick W. Heineman Grace E. Lockhart Etllcl Vrana , F. J. Berner Robert Z. Hickman G. G. McClelland C. E. Wamnler 9 Eulalia Breese Charlotte Hoffman W. K. Maxwell Anne Weatherford 3 Kathryn Burrows J. R. Hurley Emily K. Martin Ne,-,nan Watson , Mason J. Clarke Anna Jackman Mildred Martin Catherine Wick 9 Judith Cox Helen Jackson Marian Martin Mercedes Witten ld 5 Luther Dearborn Anna A. johnson Adele Mernitz C 0 Oakle gc 1 K. C. Doa Juanita Kaufman John F. Miller ' ' - Y , M. L. Shipley ? Mabel Deere R' H, Stimson 9 5 5 , . 5, THE FRANCIS J. PLYM FELLOWSHIP IN ARCHITECTURE HROUGH the generosity of Mr. Francis J. Plym, of Niles, Michigan, a grad- . uate of the University of Illinois of the class of 1897, the trustees have estab- lished a, fellowship for the advanced study of architecture, The stipend attached to the fellowship is one thousand dollars. The winner is required to spend a year of study and travel in Europe. The fellowship is awarded annually by competition in architectural design. Won in 1928 by Granville S. Keith. PRIZE WINNER. 1928 BY G. S. KEITH I A4Rq,.4Rc,42a:,Q,.zQ,y,Q,I Page 395 9 wru-me p lm. LIl'U 9, V4 452 ll'Ql5,lU E, DDI ACH year the University of Illinois rewards the in scholarship, by casting their names on a bronze members of the graduating class, who, during tablet which is placed in the Administration Building. their junior and senior years, have sustained excellence I SYLVIA BACI-I CHARLES HODGES BENNETT ALFRED THEODORE BLOMQUIST JOSEPH EUGENE CHARLES PAUL BERNARD CURRIER FRANCES FERGUSON JOHN JOSEPH GIVVONS DOROTHY LILLIAN HUSSEMANN HENRY WILLIAM KNERR JOHN VYTAUTAS KURTINAITIS GENEVIEVE MARY MCCONNELL The following were honored in 1928: HELEN FERN MELVIN HUBERT EDVVARD NELSON EDWARD BERNARD NOEL LAVVRENCE MARION NULL HELEN RENKER HELEN PEABODY ROBBINS VERNON THEODORE STOUTEMYER 'EDXVARD FILLMORE TODD VIDA LOIS TRAGER MARTHA JEAN ZIEGLER Each year two civil engineering seniors who have and second places respectively, and their names are maintained all-around excellency are awarded the cast on a bronze tablet. The IQ28 winners were Frank Professor Ira O. Baker Prize of S75 and S25 for first H. Beinhauer, first, and Marvel F. Lindeman, second. To Virginia Bartow, Ph.D, Louise Milhouse Marie Shriebcr Leona Hudson Esther Griffith Anna Johnson Established, University of Illinois, 1918 promote interest and enthusiasm among women students in chemistry IVIEMBERS IN FACULTY Harriet Barto HCIQI1 Kvilh Clara Rocke Rosalie Parr, Ph.D. ' 105510 803171165 Emily Williams V Rosselenc Hettler, Ph.D. INIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ruth St. Julian D01'0fhY HQSSCNHH Vida Tragcr Ruth Ellis Harrlette Kms Elizabeth Hyde, Ph.D. Marjorie Lang Mrs. Henrietta Hoersch t i l . Q 5 Ellis Trager Hocrsch Johnson . Bcndles I-Iusscman King Gfiffllh Hyde I 0 I4 ,QKAKQKQNAK A mxbx 0. ln. 0. 1.. A. 0. 0. 1,. 1.. 1.. 1,. 1. img 'H Page 396 LDHA AMIBD DELT p' '1riHllE1l.g,5,4Up im. Lllllv YQYQQQYQ 451 5! , Y x A 0 DDI KULL AND CRESCENT fraternity awards a cup at the beginning of each semester to the national social fraternity that made the highest schol- astic average for the preceding semester. Alpha Kappa Lambda was awarded the cup for the fall semester, 1928. ' 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 Richard F. Voell in 1928. Scarab, professional architectural fraternity, offers 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 Pierre A. Bezy, in 1928. The Sachem Trophy is awarded to the social fra- ternity having the greatest number 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 Psi won the trophy for the fall semester of 1928. Edith Adams Bessie Ball Mary Bartlett Margaret Bennett Marie Bepko Elizabeth Brown Hazel Burrow Wilma Busenbark Mary Carson Elinor Clayton Thelma Clements Doris Danks Elizabeth Drees Founded at the University of Illinois, 1924 To encourage and reward high scholarrlzip among the 'toomen of the freshmen classes at the Unzverszty of Ilhnofs Maria Leonard Cora Miller MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Evelyn Ehman Sulah Ferguson Rose F riedlin Mary Gaston Ruth Hardin Virginia Hazard Fay Lux Louisan Mamer Josephine McCormick Ednamae McClelland Mildred McKee Pearl Meyer Ada Michelman Marjorie Peacock Ruth Pifer Kathryn Phster Mabel Pritchard Margaret Railsback Ruth Rankin Anna Richardson Martha Righter Gwendolyn Roberts Ruth Schcrmerhorn Eunice Schmitt Elizabeth Schneider Pauline Sessler Carolyn Smeiding Lillian Schachtman Marjorie Smith Esther Stamm Elizabeth Stoolrnan Edith Taylor Ruth Waddell Ruth Walters Dorothy Wheeler Florence Wood Elsie Zelle Smciding Stoolman Busenbark Hazard Sessler Rankin Taylor Smith Lux Wood Waddell Friedlin Mamcr Schcrmerhorn McKee Bepko Pifer Danks Ehman Ferguson Stamm Clayton Clements Adams Sclmchtnmn Pfister Peacock Walters Zelle Pritchard A4Aca4AQ.4azQ,Q,Q,Q,1 vaxggpbzr Page 397 Here they come-there they go- The Hrst and last of the circus show- T his is the last. This is the last. There is a tune we CZlll,t recall. There were faces within th e past And darkness covers and hides them all Theirs is the way of the gypsy-going, They are the shadows on dim parade, But they were here, and the night wind blowing Still remembers the songs they made. in -Fllr QRGAN Z TIONS lj' gl 5.l, J , , we Q , A 9 -A AA 54 I f V4 -iru-ills 1pg,5,iUb lm. 4 FIQATEIQNIT I DE 4 GGG Acacia .... . . Alpha Chi Rho . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Alpha Delta Phi . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . . Alpha Gamma Rho . . . . Alpha Kappa Lambda . . . . Alpha Kappa Kappa . . . Alpha Lambda Tau . . . . Alpha Rho Chi . . . Alpha Sigma Phi . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . 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 Delta . . . Delta Sigma Lambda . . . . 1 r 9 f ' Anubis .... . . 7 Q. x Delta Sigma Phi . . . . Delta Sigma Pi . . . . Delta Sigma Tau . . . . Delta Tau Delta . . . Delta Theta Phi . . . Delta Upsilon . . . . Farm House . . . . . Gamma Eta Gamma . . . Gamma Pi Upsilon . . . . Illini Hall . . . . . Ilus ...... . . Kappa Delta Rho . . . Kappa Psi . . . . . , Kappa Sigma . . . . . Kappa Zeta Rho . . . . . Lambda Alpha Lambda . , , Lambda Chi Alpha . . . . . Newman Hall . . . , 4Q2 5 42 1 442 424 433 451 425 455 495 437 439 426 409 445 474 469 473 413 420 433 434 433 490 427 481 464 435 465 417 452 496 472 443 463 468 404 475 419 440 459 456 491 4: 2 457 5oo 406 480 482 441 -493 Omicron Alpha Tau Omega Beta Pi . . Phi Alpha Delta . . Phi Beta Pi . . Phi Chi . . . Phi Delta Epsilon . Phi Delta Phi . . Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Epsilon Pi . Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Kappa . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Kappa Sigma . Phi Kappa Tau . Phi Mu Delta Phi Pi Phi . . . Phi Rho Sigma . Phi Sigma Kappa . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Pi Kappa Phi . Psi Omega . . Psi Upsilon .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu . Sigma Chi . . . Sigma Delta Kappa . Sigma Delta Rho . Sigma Mu Sigma . Sigma Nu . . . Sigma Phi Delta . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Sigma Phi Sigma . Sigma Pi . . Tau Delta Phi . Tau Delta Tau . Tau Epsilon Phi . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . Theta Alpha . . . Theta Chi . . . Theta Delta Chi . . Theta Kappa Nu . Theta Kappa Phi . Theta Nu Epsilon . Theta Upsilon Omega Theta Xi .... Triangle . . . Zeta Beta Tau . Zeta Psi . . . 484 450 415 497 499 501 414 4o8 453 410 435 418 407 443 460 467 494 431 446 458 498 432 411 447 405 486 479 477 414 439 416 449 428 476 454 470 436 461 444 429 473 466 488 471 462 423 437 430 Sys. .R .K .ax ..x -tx .ax .K .A Ax .ax .A ..x .ax -x .A .ax .ax .A Ax .QfKA. 1,. 11. 0. 0. 0. IIA II. ll. flA lp. li. Ip. Ii- ll. I I I I I I Page 402 . Q9 'Il' IHI IE 'll' ,juni ll IL LlI'U Vs N YQ dgi Q N qggr y M. I Established IQII OFFICERS WILLIAM B. PIERCE - ..... . . President JOHN L. FRIEDL . . . Vice-President WARREN J. BAKER . . . . Secretary WILT.IAM L. JULIAN . . .... Treasurer MAsoN J. CLARKE . . Sergeant-At-Arms MEMBERS Delta Tau Delta Alpha Gamma Rho Phi Kappa Tau Della Alpha Epsilon F. E. xvardecker F. P. Erickson N- A- Glam E. II. Neville Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Phi Theta Chi Delta Chi M. G. Rapp A. M. Shrout L. K. Wh68d0n R. J. Turney K S' Sigma Pi Anubis Phi Mu Delt aIg?!C. Rgbzggc J- C- Shear V- W- Dl'0UCkD0hl C. H. Zwcrnlian Ph' K 5' Tl eta Delta Chi Pi Kappa Alpha Thet K Ph' TA. Qgpfgnz zgma lW. G. W. GIOS V- R- MCBf00m R.alV.ll51lha I Phi Delta Theta Zeta Psi Sigma Phi Elffflvn Phi Pi Phi W. M. Willet W. P. Amerson W- C- KUFZ H. E. Hutchings Alpha Tau Omega Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Alhhll M14 Delta Sigma Tau A. J. Doescher C. H. Miley B' B' Bafash W. M. Foss Phi Gamma Delta Psi Upsaoh Delia sigma Phi Beta Psi J. D. Ward L. J. Rowell ' F- H-.MHCIWY H. J. Nebeck Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chi Phi Sigma Phi Sigma Tau Epsilon Phi P. A. Marshall G. M. Ackerman G- Gore M. W. Abramovitz Beta Theta Pi Chi Psi Delta Phi n Theta Upsilon Omega H. H. Young J. L. Friedl T. H. Bram K. W. Mosher Sigma Nu Phi Kappa Phi Epsilon Pi Delta Sigma Lambda W. B. Pierce W. F. Jacobs J- M- Wcchlel' R. M. Wandling ' ' Delta Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Delta Tau Beta Sigma Psi J. M. Royer R. G. Purnell W. J. Baker K. L. Schellie Phi Kappa Psi Zeta Beta Tau Alfhll KUPIQU Lambda Beta Kappa J. L. Fix M. Blank .l- H- Olwm J. D. Lewis Delta Upsilon Alpha Delta Phi Gamma Pi UPSHW Sigma Mu Sigma W. L. Julian F. W. Heineman R. G. Hardy D. G. Bennet Chi Beta Alpha Rho Chi Kailpfl Delia Rhv Theta Kappa Nu K. W. Stotler J. E. Lundstrum W. L. Rowe E. H. Peterson Acacia Omega Beta Pi Pi KaPP0 Phi Sigma Delta Rho S. E. Ekblaw B. N. Balding R- B- Hoffman E. J. Ream Ilus Farm House Theta Alpha Chi Taa H- A- W0SlDhal E. H. Safford R. L. JaC0bS V. T. Jensen Triangle Lambda Chi Alpha Theta Xi Theta Nu Epsilon W. S. Fitzer B. Fuller P. H. Kammann F, M. Keller Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Rho Delta Sigma Pi Alpha Lamfpda Tau J- A. Rilynolds A. E. Jenner M. G. R050 P. T. Lupton it J. ,.'V if - .. , I U I ' 1 Y I Pierce Friedl Baker Julian Clarke R X A .A -A AX .A AK -N -HX -KN -A AK A 1 1. A. ,. A. la. 0. lp. 11- I.. la. Ip. lp 4 Page- 403 A L A vi Edgar J. Townsend, Ph.D. Martin Prucha, Ph.D. Frank Smith, A.M. Kendric C. Babcock, Ph.D. Henry C. Lucas Hampden C. Judson Charles S. Goodall Floyd C. Phillips Harold S. Hershman Samuel E. Dean Edward E. Liese William S. Mauck Warren L. Wood William T. Foster Robert S. Witherell Robert B. Chester William E. Harper, Jr. Earl M. Johnson William M. Jefferson Founded, Bethany College, 1859 Seventy-four Active Chapters A, fg- ,, C -fl! ' Bela Upsilon Chapter gi fnA'FA listablislied 1872 ul, ,tl 302 liast John Street A A A A A A A A , A A A A DELT TAU DELT FACULTY Frank Footit, A.B. HCflJCl'l Berg, B-5- George Schwartz, Mus.B. Robert F. Seybolt, Ph.D. Phineas Windsor, Ph.D. Oscar W. Cagann, M.S. SENIORS Frank E. Wardecker Charles R. Walter Harry E. Witherell Edmund G. Mitchell John W. Evans Walter G. Scott Paul H. Hughes Robert M. Russell Henry B. Terry Gaines G. Cole Edward F. Needham William B. Billmire Theodore C. Hesmer JUN1oRs Francis M. Hewitt, Jr. James M. Eskew Walter J. Doolen Arch H. Billmire Jack C. Scully Sovnouoacs J. Freeland Harrold Clifford R. Kealey FRESHMEN W. Scott Robey William R. Belton Francis D. McGuire C. Montgomery Nicholson Richard R. Marsh, A.B. Louis M. Tobin, A.B. Col. Chas. W. Weeks, Ph.D Neal C. Ellis Benjamin M. Sherman Herman K. Micthc Jack D. Logan Franklin B. Lanum Guy V. Keller Roger D. Potter William O. Jamison Kenneth F. Stanford Thomas B. Dunn Harry N. Kepler A .il 7, Evans Wardecker Judson Dean Lucas Keller Goodall Mauck Liese Hershman ' Eskew Hesmer Y r ' Phillips Mitchell H. Wilherell Sherman Hewitt Wood Walter Hughes Potter A. Billmire Doolen Scott Miethe ,y l .5 McGuire Kepler Needham Harrold Nicholson Kealey Ellis FOSICI' Belton Logan Russell Scully Z H, Jamison Harper Chester Stanford Jefferson Robey Dunn Terry R. Witherell Johnggn W, Billming Cgle A Page 404 1 10 AA A ,f H . . 5 ' A .1 . 1 ' 'st ,I . 7. ,Q 13,11 I In .. -.Qt Founded, Miami University, 1855 Eighty-seven Active Chapters Kappa Kappa Chillllef Established 1881 410 East John Street A A 4 A Q A 4 A A A 4 A 5 A Clarence B. Cox, B.S. Edward D. Barrett John A. Kiedaisch, Jr. Glen E. Baird William B. Brown Fred L. Wham, Jr. Ralph M. Thompson Harold W. Falter Barent Springsted, Jr. John H. Fredrickson, Jr. Robert W. McGregor Robert D. Sweet Neal W. Olson IIGMA CH Rupert S. Cropt, B.S. Mason G. Rapp Alfred C. Danely ' Phillip W. Baddely Robert W. Goldwater William E. Peristy Floyd G. Burnham William P. Stowe Walter S. Robson James H. Vaughn FACULTY .. - "ff 'Z Q' 'QM 'T- David H. Carnahan, Ph.D. SENIORS John G. M. Liesenring, JUNIORS William O. Ganster Daniel J. Dalziel SOPHOMORES , Stephen J. Collins Hugh F. Owens FRESHMEN Thomas B. Carson Lawrence B. Hotchkiss Frank W. Renwick, Jr. Danely P. Slaughter J J- B. Shaw, M.S., D.Sc. Herbert F. Depke William T. Cameron Charles E. Dodson John H. Thomas Stewart C. Faulkner - Thomas A. Graham Lewis E. Keith James A. Wahlfedd Ralph L. Kleinschmidt Christian B. Larsen V- r ':.. yd Danely Ganster Came,-on Depke ' Barrett Liesenring Rapp Kiedaisch YE r Goldwater Dodson Dalziel Brown g Baird Falter Wham Owens Collins -A l.-1 Thompson Olson Burnham Kleinschmidt Sprmasted Hotchkiss Peristy Faulkner Thomas Graham Keith Robson Sweet McGregor Larsen RCHWlCk Stowe Wahlfedd Carson Slaughter Vaughn g ii 'Z 'J Page 405 A A A A A A A A A AA 9 Founded, Q-Q g University of Virginia, 1869 A' ' One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters - . -mv. 1 Alpha Gamma ' Jlgf Q N . listablished 1891 ' f,-4 - ' 212 East Daniel Street V A A 4 A A A A A A A A A FACULTY G. A. Huff, B.S. S. W. Hall, B.S. C. E. Bradbury, B.F.A. L. T. Brown, A.M, Carl Lundgren, B.S. C. H. Fernald, B.S., M.B.A. H. F. Moore, M.M.E., D.Sc. R. C. Fuson, Ph.D. Ivan Wright, Ph.D. C. V. Donovan, B.P. Capt. L. C. Parsons, B.E.E. A. C. Rubey, B,A, SENIORS John B. Scavey Leonard O. Dobbins John S- Taylor Thilo M. Best Ralph C. Roeske Richard A. Hyatt George H. Turner Nelson Nuttall Edward L. Diener JUNIORS James R. Needham Edward S. Hoit Charles F. Behrensmeyer Carl H. Bergeson George W. Clingan Charles M. Chumley, Jr, SOPHOMORES Paul E. Wiese Paul F. Schlichcr Charles F. Turner James B. Hapeman William P. Standard Charles A. Hill GCOTQC. C. Cqlc Q H. Brinton McDermott Gordon D. Gill Robert T. Recs Frederick Heimlicher, JY- Ronald S. Manley FRESHMEN Sydney H. Davies Charles F. Renwick, Jr. William F. Seifert Ralph Wheelock John M. Elliott Charles A. Schicht Robert B- Slm.PS0n Robert H. Stevens Louis A. McLaughlin Jack F. Pickrel Thomas L. Smith Russell M. Horner Ralph Mugs Orville Larson i McDermott Behrensmeyer Bergeson Hcinilicher Smith . HHDCHHIH C. Turner I N Schlichcr Hoit Manley Rees Standard Gill Hill. WICSC Needham Clingan Chumley " - Seifert Nuttall Best Roeske D0bbil1S SOHVCY HYHU Dlcncf THYIOV G:Turner Davies McLaughlin " Horner Schicht Garland Stevens Rischar Elliott Renwick Brownold Simpson Orndorff Vangilder Page 406 Founded. University of l'ennsylvunia, 1850 'I'hirty'tive Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established 1892 313 East Chalmers Street V A A A A A 5 A A 4 A A A A 4 4 A A , A 4 L 'V I3 I IYADIDA IIGMA Barclay, B.S. Chris S. Rhodes, B.S. Jones Frederick R. Bowen FACULTY Arthur R. Crathorne, Ph.D. Gordon L. Paul N. Landis, Ph.D. SENIORS Frank Kapplc, Jr. Samuel K. JUNIORS Turner H. Trimble Charles R. Frederick Carl Keith, jr. Elden P. Priebe Aarron P. Rhodes James L. Snyder John H. Clements A. Robert Crathorne Donald A. Cameron Charles L. Matthews Ralph V. Anderson William B. Huie Willard C. Thompson Draper D. Frary Robert P. Sayers Joseph M, Bogenbury, jr, Robert P. Dearborn Royal W. Lynam Lowell P. Mellinger Gus Olson Richard C. Merson John D. Holder Lloyd C. Drum SOPHOMORES William A.'Meteer, Jr. Elbert R. Hollingsworth William O. Wright, III FRESHMEN William H. Kapplc Howard E. Riordon Jack C. Bennett Arthur C. Willard, B.S. Andrew C. Lenz Robert J. Nixon Fred C. Hartz Walter E. La Belle Richard A. Welch Leon T. Fruin Howard C. Wcrthl Raymond M. Frey Burdett S. Johnson l l ef, W. Kapplc Cameron johnson Matthews Anderson Hollingsworth Frey Drum Fruin ff?-ft. Lynam Wright Metcer Olson Clements Bennett Wcrth Merson Holder .133 Snyder Sayers Frary ' Nixon Mfllingvr Rhodes Huie Crathorne Keith La Belle Dearborn Trimble F. Kaliple Lenz Jones Frederick Thompson Bowen 29 ibl if 9 PI Page 407 A A AA A A A 4 5 , -, ,Wi Founded Miami University 1848 Illinois Eta Chapter Established 1891 309 Last Chalmers Street . , . f, . . . . l. ., - v ,qc L' Ninety-seven Active Chapters , . 1, . , .. I3 IDELTAT ETA FACULTY Neil C. Brooks, Ph.D. Charles E. Chadsey, Ph.D. George P. Tuttle, B.S. Homer A. Dennis, A,B, Harrison E. Cunningham, A.B. Justa M. Lindgren, A.M. William A. Oldfather, Ph.D. Snmons William J. Fulton, Jr. John M. Gifford John L. Scripps, Jr. Norman R. Jansen Daniel H. Hale William Grinton George Burkhart Robert B. Fulton George L. Eldred George V. Penwell Charles H. Sethness Robert L. Kamp Joseph W. McCoy Robert Z. Hickman Luther Dearborn Roland A. Floberg Bruce G. Eaton, Jr. Everett E. Groves Charles W. Campbell Paul H. Briggs Guy C. Fraker Halbert F. Thomas Frank S. Hickman William M. Willett Franklin W. Feitsch JUNIORS Roger S. LeMatty James A. Tapscott James Beaman SoPHoMoREs Fred L. Johnston John A. Lansden Russell D. Ward FRESHMEN Thomas J. Prentice, Jr. James W. Ashby Glen C. Murnahn Donald F. Wiley Joseph F. Fraker Warren K. King Frederick H. McKelvey George R. Trogdon Joseph E. Diver Robert J. Conover Frederick L. Block Harlowe B. Kirkpatric Merton H. Rapp k Elbert B. Kamp AA Ut 'JL Mullin R. Kamp E. Kamp R. Fulton Beaman Campbell Conover Eaton Johnston Floberg Grinton Briggs Dearborn Bough . LeMatty Diver Groves Ward Lansden Eldred 5' Trogdcn R. Hickman Tapscott Jansen Gifford Hale W. Fulton McCoy Scripps Willett Wiley Feigsch' Fraker Bmkhan is Kirkpatrick King Thomas v Block Ashby McKelvey Sethness Murnahn Penwell Billmire F.I-lickman . in Page 408 4 4 A A 4 4 A A it F51 -Z0 S Roger E. Hammaker 5 A A A 4.4. 4 AA fv Founded, Virginia Military Institute, 1865 Eighty-seven Active Chapters , ' HA ,, Gamma Zeta Chapter ' ' ' Established 1895 '97!Z!L""A I n U. "wg .W :l 2 rw ' ' -l,,1i'f 1 1 Ol fl A Q- H' 'nv ffl 0 I f - 405 East John Street 4 4 A A A A 4 4 Al.l3I'lA AU DMEGA FACULTY Roger Adams Ph,D, H. L. Newcomer, A.B. B.S. T. Clark, B.L. B. S. Hopkins, Ph,D, c. L, Allen, AB, A. s. Colby, Ph.D. ' Elllol Cheatham, A.B., L.L.B. N. A. weston, Ph,D, A. G. Anderson, M.S., C.E. SENroRs A Arnold J. Doescher Vernon H. Noble Adelbert C. Doescher Benjamin F. Rose Oscar J, Ogg E. Morley Webb Lee H. Sentman Frank E. Jones Aaron Hill B. Haddon Davenport David M. Hudson William J. Lowitz Weldon R. Coate Edward L. Spellman JUNIORS Charles P. Spear SOPHOMORES . Walter B, Bogth George A. Bertlcsman Andrew R. Staley C- Lyle Vanzele Robert G, Busge Fred B. Marshall FRESHMEN John G. Coleman Ma'-lflce Rel'-'l John Clark G0l'd0I'l Donald A. Lisenby Allan H- Vaughll Frederick S. Coombs Wilbcr J. Menke Eric T. Carlson John M. Hart . E. Harold Ennis Edward S. Baxter Robert 0. Cottrell Winfield S. Morrison Morrison Webb Hill Hart Davenport Busse Reid Sentman Grier Coleman How Jones Vaught Baxter Clark Lisenby Gordon Cottrell Bertlcsman Ennis Marshal Staley Coatc Melton Spear Menke Carlson Ogg Van Zola ' 'T Spellman Rose Coombs Noble Hammaker A. J. Doescher Jones A. C, Doescher Lowitz Hudson AA X .19 Page 409 A A A SOPHOMORES 5 David Kinley, Ph.D., LL.D. Arthur H. Daniels, Ph.D. Elias W. Darmstatter Franklin H. VanDoren Raymond E. Fisher Christian H. Seger Frank E. Dubach William L. Unzicker Raymond W. Tewksbury R. James Railsbach, Jr. Horace Carpenter Robert A. Linberg fl X Founded, If Jefferson College, r84S ' X Sixty-nine Active Chapters X Chi Iota Chapter Q FA. Established 1897 1 1 , .tor liast John Street A A 4 4 A A V A A 4 A A A A I-ll GAMMA DELTA Fred B. Seely, M.S. Oliver L. McCaskill, P Dale E. Brown Donald E. Thompson Gordon D. Bryan William H. Crook Donald A. Fruland Robert H. Rugh James B. Hale Warren D. Foltz Pomeroy Sinnock FACULTY Stephen A. For h.B., J.D. James M. White, B.S. SENIORS J. Dayton War Sam G. Jenkins JUNIORS John P. Christi Robert T. Babcock bes, Ph.D., LL.D. George A Goodenou h ' g James S. Potter, B.S. d John P. Crandall C Vance E. Cummins Charles F. Edwards John O. Campbell Paul C. Brines William F. Lewis FRESHMEN Henry E. Wilson A. James Davis H. Richard Schmidt Robert C. Martin John K. Lageman Lane W. Brearton Clinton E. Beard 3 A A jg Bryan Hoffa Edwards Seger Crook Fisher Christie Campbell Babcock ' '. Miller Hoffman Jenkins Brown Crandall Cummins Ward VanDoren .Darmstatter Whitel Thompson Glasgow , Rugh Brearton -Tewksbury Martin Sinnock Dubach I Unzlcker Brines Fruland Lewis Q Carpenter Hale Wilson Davis Foltz Schmidt Lrnberg I-Hgeman Railsbach Beard Page 410 A A A ll. JV" " it . -ff . ,It f Iii' 'l Ifxi. L n ' Q . i ' L!.VEEiJ ' , Founded, University of Alabama, 1856 One Hundred Active Chapters Illinois Bela Chapter Established 1899 zu East Daniel Street A 4 5 V Il MA Al.I3l'lA EDIILD FACULTY Oscar A. Leutwiler, B.S., M.E. Paul Greene, A.B. Keith G. Reeve A.B. Capt. Carl Innisy A,B, William C. Rose, Ph.D. Fred H. Turner, A.B. SEN1oRs Paul A. Marshall George Kruse Lester G- Leutwiler Howard W. Jackson William B. Middlesworth Karl K. Hoagland William V. Kaeser Otto T. Kauffmann Joseph Novak Merwin Mitterwallner JUNIORS Fred D. Kay Verne E. McDermont Donald McKee James W, Hugs Jack Macdonald Gale Lukas SoPHoMoREs Q Stuart Kapernick Lucius P. Yale III Robert Williams Renick Buckles Fritz Kaeser, II Philip Nye Earl Steffy John Vance John Stamm Charles Dotson Robert Bickel Noel Moore Kenneth Nelson Russell Striplin Sam Wallace, Ir. Robert Wilson . Tom Messick FRESHMEN Howard Eckstrom John Johnson Charles Nichols Milton Stevenson William Wright, Jr. Edwin D. Mouzon, A,B, Auden J. King. B.S. Carl T. Madsen Rufus Marshall Emerson Williams Kenneth Rugh Walter Stewart 1 Howard White William McVaugh Thomas Hughes - George Leutwiler Howard Tipton Robert Taylor l in Nelson Lachenmeyer Taylor Buckles Stevenson Striplin Nichol Novak J, F. Kaeser Wallace G. Leutwiler Hughes Sleffy Nye Wright Eckstrom Bickcl blcggiqk Wilson Stamm R. Williams Lukas K3DCmiCk S7-Cwflfl E. Williams Yale Dotson Kauffmann hfadgen A McKee Mitterwallner Hoagland McDermont Huss Macdonald Marshall L. Leutwiler Middlesworth W. Kaeser Jackson Rugh T' L A A A LA gl.. Page 411 A L Q V V A 0. A. Harker, A.M., LL.D. Frederick Green, A.M., LL.B. R. H. Adams N. William Behrens P. C. Byrne James L. Capel Edward E. Belshaw Charles H. Carlstrom Russell H. Classen John A. Berchtold John W. Fribley Francis B. Stine Albert L. Vollborn John Paul Severin Lish Whitson Charles S. Goodall Langdell's Inn Established xoor 4oz East John Street Founded, University of Michigan, 1869 Fifty-eight Active Chapters L A A A A A A . A A A A A A A A FACULTY W. L. Summers, A.B., LL.B., J.D. O. L. McCaskill, Ph.B., J.D. Lon L. Fuller, A,B,, LD, F. S. Philbrick, Ph.D., LL.B. J. W. Garner, Ph.D., LL.D. Merrill I. Schnebly, A,B,,j,D,,J,5.D A. James Casner Dominic Campeggio Harry B. Hoffman W. Scott McDowell Robert F. Goddard G. E. Howell John S. Hissong Albert E. Jenner Herbert R. Jacobson Lyle K. Wheadon Grahame E. Riddell Alfred T. Fagerburg Frederic L. Kirgis Samuel G. Jenkins SEN1oRs J. L. Moore David G. Moyer C. Glenn Morris Warren W. Kriebel JUNIORS P. T. Langan R. C. Murphy Paul Amos Marshall William T. McNeil Robert Z. Hickman FRESHMEN David W. Johnston Francis M. Hewitt Alfred C. Danely Russell J. Turney John D. Thomason Robert C. Kewley Thomas J. Boodell James M. Crawford Ray E. Wesner Harold R. White Edgar O. Zimmer Leon L. Lamet L. Neal Ellis William P. Amerson James M. Eskew Charles H. Davis Thomas L. Reedy A A Q Crawford Eskew Hewitt Moore Goodall Davis Stine Adams Byrne Behrens LT' Compeggio Vollborn Morris Fribley Whitson Thomason Belshaw Reedy Elle' Q. 1. Hoffman Hissong Wesner Bwdeil Kriebel wheadon Langan Riddell 35. ' if McNeil Classen ' Fagerburg McDowell Lamet Jenner Casner Berchtold Amerson Murphy Zimmer Ellis Johnston Danely Carlstrom Kirgis Turney Jenkins iv Page 412 A AA 9 V -is an Founded. I E - ' A , Miami University, 1839 XL tl-rw 1 Eighty-six Active Chapters I 1' ' i. .nl ' Sigma Rho Chapter 1' X1-1, N Established rooz "' :oz East Daniel Street J 4 A A 4 . A . A 4 4 A A A A A 4 4 4A A Leverette A. Adams, Ph.D. William S. Bayley, Ph.D. Charles E. Bowen, B.S. Marion B. Harland, B.S. William V. Reed Howard S. Ponzer H. Herman Young Martin F. Maher Lyle S. Cline J. Stewart Eaton Charles E. Duncan William E. Kittle Lawrence A. Peterson Norman V. Orndorff Charles H. Bumstead Lucius D. Turner Joseph P. Murphy BETA ETA IDI Alvin L. Lang, B.S. Louis W. McKelvey, Cordon C. Lipe, B.S. Russell H. Miles, A.B. Harry C. Peterson W. Donald Forsyth Johnathan H. Glidden Lynn J. Carrel Verne J. Reynolds Francis W. Holbrook FACULTY Cullen W. Parmellee, B.S. Clarence J. Roseberry, LL.B. Charles F. Smith, B.S. Herbert G. Smith, M.S. SENIORS Ernest F. Dorn Calvin D. Beck Walter F. Oelman JUNIORS Robert A. Rodgers Harry C. Neil John W. DeWolf SOPHOMORES Charles E. Conley Robert L- Green? Lucian Jacquin Ch3l'iCS Retmier FRESHMEN Henry H. Pattee HenrY,H' Brigham William P. Cuthbcrtson Frederick A- Schrwll Louis Brennan R0bCl't Bal'th0iOH'lCW Alton H. Sorenson, B.S. Carl M. Voyles, B.S. L A A Q Whitney C. Huntington, M.S. Frederick S. Sherman Glenn B. McClelland Thomas S. Miller Loyal S. Smith Riley S. Woods ' Keith J. Caddy Robert B. Stiven Theodore P. Bailey Lorne F. Bulpitt 4 . .. .i, if Cuthbertson Bumstead Orndorft' Brennan Jacquin Conley Woods Peterson Duncan Bailey Retmier Bartholomew Schnell Murphy Brigham Turner Pattee ti Smith Rodgers Reynolds Miller Kittle Eaton Maher Neil Cline Carrel Holbrook DcWolf Greene Dorn McClelland Oelman Beck Ponzer Forsyth Glidden Young Harper Sherman Peterson Reed LA Page 413 Everett C. Hundley A A A V 9 A Lemuel C. Dillenbach, A.M. Edson J. Milizen, A. Herbert R. Jacobsen Charles Carlstrom Walter B. Sanders Theodore Steele Willard P. Boyson Walter Jolley Thomas F. Rhodes Stanley L, Bodman Eugene F. Parks Fred W. Steuernagle Milton J. Malmberg Harold Hemphill Merle Hopson Royal Muntz Edward Piggott Mark Roberts George Scholz B. Founded, F, " Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Ninety-four Active Chapters Gamma Mu A' listablislied moz 1 lifkffgl 303 East John Street l L A A 4 A A 4 A 4 , ,A A A A A A A FACULTY Terence T. Quirke, Ph.D. George W. Pickels, B.C.E., C.E. Rodney E. Spangler, BS, John O. Kraehenbuehl, M.S. Fredrick A. Russel, Ph.D. William D. Sorgatz, B.S. SENIORS David V, Johnson Gordon Ames Thorton Ellis Harry H. Logan MaldCh JOIICS DOl'lHid Kiilg Edwin Steele William B. Pierce Ralph C. Reno Conrad Kauffman JUNIORS James A. Coble Philip R. McKown Frank H. Walker Lewis E. Barenfanger William B. Pinkerton Paul H. Strohm Summer G. Webb Edward Berndt William Hubble John Morris George Pickles Henry Rosenstiel Douglas R. Mills Thomas A. Watson SoPHoMoREs John I. Flannigan Henry Schumacher Cornelius P. Van Schaack George W. Pickels FRESHMEN Donald Wcstall Nick Dann John Hecker George Mangle Silas Reynolds Charles A. Johnson John H. Pribble Miller Hauck John E. Edwards Harold S. Skinner Emmons W. DeBerard John Sanderson Donald Grove Eugene Jones Charles Meeker David Ramsey Edward Schneider A 51? Q? Reynolds lliggott Pickles Muntz Roberts Hemphill Ramsay Rosenstiel Scholz G. Jones Berndt Grove Wcstall Hubble Hopson Morris PL, is hMeekcr Edwards Schumacher Steuernagle Skinner Bodman Pinkerton Van Schaack Malmberg. Strohm Park' Schneider Sanderson " Walker Carlstrom Coble Hundley Boysen Watson Flannigan De Berurd Rhodes Pribble McKown C. Johnson Mengel N' lj' Jolley Ellis King D. Johnson Steele Pierce Mills Logfln Jacobsen Reno Sanders Jones l ff Page 414 A AA A A A U4 ,T u Founded, Kent College, 1393 Fifty-one Active ChHPl0f5 Magruder Chapter Established 1903 IOO7 South Fifth Street M so C 3 rm ., Q .. A R 1 .n-rs.. 'Y' ,.qiX'U!' 9 A A 4 A.A- A - A A A A Vv D I ALDHA min Albert J. Harno, A.B., LL.B.. A.M- Russell H. Ewing, AB-, LL-B-,A-M- C. A. Groves J. P. Davis R. F. Jones E. W. Collard C. A. Spieth D. F. Wiley J. L. Bond R. Bonjean F' FWD O C D' 93 P1 E 'T' 'ws E. 5 3 O C aa c an :- :: A. . Herman E. W. Hitchcock A. C. Caylor H. T. Halfpenny O. H. Pugh Leigh Hunt N. T. Burfeind R Kendall . D. A R. F. Thiesse F. J. Gollings D. M. Hudson J. G. Sargent F. H. Miller B. F. McCoy SPE? OZ U7 . 'Tl if SEP? Z own .-4 ---.., CI O 2.5-51-4 W Wg'-fr-I vw m ri A wc ZF Q2 S55 11 55 EH gi ep -5 H 5 U PU F m N 5 5 IJ JUNIORS L. O. Dobbins C. H. Miley E. Hcrsch-bach C, Frings F371 '11 :ca rn UZ 3.1 S in Z 5"3'T'f'3?" Fwmiw SO'-QUQU ZQTO-I 1 S' 522 55'4:!'-1 2 2. Escel R. Dillavou, A.B., T,D. Lawrence P. Simpson. ATB., E. W. Jokisch D. G. Nicholson P. Z. Sullivan W. E. Ackerman C. C. Dreman I W. D. Jones J. Tolson . E. Dianis VT' J. S. McHenry ' E. R. Phelps C. K. Harmeson R. P. Dearborn J. D. ' ' 'Axial' 1 .:.:,-Y - cm, fi. 1XIcC0y Gollings Harmeson Sargent Miller Lonergan Bonjean McHenry Hudson Root limuly Dobbins Clark Burfeind Wilson Jones Tolson Greenwell Herman Hitchcock Dianis Hefschbach Dreman Bond Miley Spieth Dilner Vaughn Bergen Collard Hum Jokisch Nicholson Davis Bodman McManus Groves Jones Kendall L A A A AA if? Page 415 A A 4 A A A A V if v 1 I ET F-:Dil University of Richmond, 1901 F C- Fifty-sevcn Active Chapters S 4' 'N' .4 Established r9o3 rro5 South Fourth Street L 4 FG la A A 4 4 - 4 A . , A A A A IIGMA DI-Il EDIILO FACULTY Coleman R. Griffith, Ph.D. Sherman Schoonmaker, B.Mus. Horace A. Stearns, B.S. Stanley G. Ford, B.S. SENIORS David Abbott Francis B. Stine John P. Cisler George M. Hoy Edward Smith Harry F. Sparks Walter W. Zitzewitz Harold H. Ackman Lawrence L. Edgren Charles W. Gansz Michael Murray Donald N. Dick Richard D. Hayden Norman F. Menke Henry Steinman Walter H. Arends Kenneth Coatney Raymond I. Kieding Raymond McDaniel Dolph Stanley Angus D. Bain William G. Elliott Richard W. Henderson Wilfred N. Neff Clarence A. Draper Kenneth R. jones Arthur C. Nauman Raymond H. Goebel JUNIORS Donald Conrad Russell C. Kremer Wayne McMillen Walter Strandin SoPHoMoREs Howard W. Brown Robert W. Farrell C. C. Jahrling John Patten FRESHMEN Iohn L. Waddell De Witt DuBois Edward J. Kawal Mortimer F. Sullivan, Lieut U S.A Gerald H. Coleman, M,S Walter C. Kurz William K. Dillon Edwin J. Lawson George Murrison William R. Taylor Charles E. Cessna Francis J. Frasor Eldridge H. May Theodore Rose Clarence Priebe George S. Fencl John Krueger Richard G. Redell fi if sumvan Abbott sum Kurz Arends Goebel Davis 2' NCoatney Zitzewitz Draper Hoy McDaniels Menke Stanley Kieding Kawai Dillon Muffislm SDHFKS Steinman Kremer Lawson i- Q' jones Conrad Frasor Murray Elliott Brown May Neff Edgren Gansz Henderson Strandin Cessna Farrell Cisler Taylor N-li Smith Fencl Patten Nauman Krueger Hayden Redell Waddell Priebe Dick Rose Ackmnn McMillen DuBois fa Page 416 . A' w ar ' My yn 1:4 :gint -t 'fi -Aja ,ff ft r t .gf- . A . . 4-. Wet" -.. A A A V .5 Founded, ' N Yale University, 1844 .Q-Gif QD". Forty-six Active Chapters Delta Pi Chapter ' ' xi Established 1904 ' oo: South Second Street Yi, J A A A A A A A 4 4 A A A A A A A , ., FACULTY Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. Lawrence E. Kline, B.S. S. G. Brady, Majo , U,S,A, F Morgan Brooks, M. E. r ' A' March' Capt" SENIORS Keston J. Deimling Marvin R Rodemcier Howard A Wilson Jr Everett Ol . . . , . 5 James M' Roycr Barton J. ggrdner JUNIORS Frank K. Bclsley Fred D. Glidden. jack T. Kemp E Clark J. Buswell Edward C. Hoelscher Samuel A. Purvcs Jkxigslg' if-Egherford Paul A. Christensen ' mson SoPHoMo1uzs A John R. Adams Rudolph W. Hack Arthur J. Proteau ' G E. Dunexan Campbell George D. Kelly Frank R. Reid, Jr. Clalil Jglmfsc. Cgggfe Leonard C. Maxwell Edward E. Ruggles Luman E. Williams, FRESHMEN James E. Aitken Vernon J. Bert, Jr. Everett C. George Wqb - William H. Baker, Jr. John R. Doolittle John L- P0flCl', Jr. Rdbeliil Socitockmg E. Gordon Bartholomew Elbert R. Faust Louis P. Schulz John K' Warner Donald E. Bates L U.S.A. i l 1 V' Q5- lili' Purvcs Gardner Thomson Belsley Hoelscher Glidden Christensen Ken V r if ID Buswell R tl f d R ' - - . -. iff Weinrich Campbell Ruggles Maxwell Stoltz Reid Adams Williamsu wlkgllly glgglnclelbaviioyci, Pmmlmg Wlison H , ' Bert Baker Stocking Schulz Porter Aitken Voet Bartholomew George Bates Warner migduntl -3 . ' 001 0 Faust gg, ,. Page 417 A A 4 A A A A A A JUNIORS -Lal L v5 5: y A A Robert H. Baker, Ph.D. Arthur Hamilton, Ph.D. Francis S. Ronalds, Ph.D. Harold A. Boling john L. Fix J. Albert Wells Kenneth Burroughs Charles F. Coleman Russell F. Elwell James W. Karraker Marvin Bradshaw Clement Ireland J ack Shumate Robert Crowe s. - . Washington and Jefferson College, 1852 ' :Y Q Fifty Active Chapters 3 f ." ,YQ i 5 Y r" .-H B it ' if. f" lr- fv ,ff ' Y-.fn f' . fx, . Illinois Delta Established I904 on South Fourth Street L I KADDA DII FACULTY Charles B, Judah, A,M, John Hartell, B.Arch. S. Lindley, A.M. T. Rossman Palfry, Ph,D. Frank L. Stevens, Ph.D. Austin Harding, B,Mu5 J. Craig Ruby, A.B. SENIORS Fred F. Ongley Harold F. Smith Hamilton Parks John Tarwain John W. McElroy John H. Detrich Daniel Crumlish Miles Scull John Conley Ralph O'Connell Thomas G. Brennan Edgar A. Shoaff Harold Putman J. Edward Shaw William T. McNeill Founded, . A 5 4 4 A 4 4 A 4 A 4 4 4 Kenneth W. Mason SOPHOMORES Otto R. Hills julian K. Knipp FRESHMEN Stanley Pierce Kermit Clarida George Kolbe Harris Undem Jack Soller Carl B. McLaughlin Nathan D. Pancoast R. Lessley Carmichael John Kennedy Lawrence Trombly tv? Parks Brennan Wells Shaw McNeill 130502 Smith Fix E ' Mason lilwell McLaughlin Hills Karraker Coleman Mclilrny Pancoast ' Knipp ' Sgllcf 5- Burroughs Detrich ' Pierce Trombly Crumlish Shumate Clltrida Putman Tarwain i l--Kolbe Carmichael Kennedy Scull Ireland Undem Crowe Bradshaw 0'Connell Conley I Page 418 A A A Founded, Williams College. 1834 Fifty-four Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established 1905 312 East Armory Avenue A A 4 A 4,4 4 A A A William Trclease, D.Sc. , LL.D. Gilbert H. Cady, Ph.D. Bascom Bogle Christian A. Gimre William Y. Frentzel John F. Moran Burton E. Jolley William G. Budinger Verne S. Curtis Philip A. Hanson Walter W. May J. Stewart Whyte John Mart Howard Gimre Richard L. Claypool DELTA UDII L0 Ernest Bernbaum, Ph.D. William Julian Allie R. Morrison Thomas Larson' Clarence E. Ganschow J. Chester Wallen Charles F. Dickinson Lawrence Hill H. Deerson Holzman FACULTY John W. Kennedy, A.B SENIORS George K. Whyte JUNIORS Frederick T. Eastman Kenneth Fields Francis X. 0'Keefe , SOPHOMORES , Norman R. Sherman Harold E. Rudiger FRESHMEN Joe H. Hoffman Richard J. Zimmer Frank W. Gilbertson Raymond G. Olson William B. McKee William Ferris ,,'!' Marcus S. Goldman, M.A. Henry G. Roberts, A.B. Donald Gamble William F. O'Dell Lee Hickox Robert M. Cole S. Clement Irwin . David F. Madden J. Warren Hope Cyril J. Geisler Robert A. Brunt Frederick L. Winslow Philip Cressy A A A A A A 1 oison Irwin Madden H. Gimre ivan.-n S. Whyte Claypool Cressy May Eastman McKee Hope Brunt Klart Xvinglgw Gilbertson Geisler Hoff-mm G. K. hVhyte Frentzel Hickox C. Gimre Gamble Bogie Moran Morrison Fields Oilcccfe Julian LT. .L Jolley Rudiger Hanson Budinger Dickinson Curtis Sherman Ganschow Larson Holzman Oinen -" D. sf Page 419 v9 I'oundcd, One Active Chapter 1011 South Sixth Street J. Wilber Hansen, M.S., William Y. Barber Kenneth W. Stotler Clarence W. Hamilton Samuel W. Archer A. Edward Riddle Dwight P. Flanders Herbert R. Hill James M. Finch H. Percy Yarnell William Z. Black, Jr. J.D. C I BET University of Illinois, 1906 FACULTY Wendell S. Wilson, B.S., SEN1oRs Herbert E. Johnson E. Freeman Swearingen JUNIORS Philip C. Johnson Karl W. Anderson Edwin T. Reeder F. Lewis Phillips Edwin A. Carter Russell F. Scott Charles I. Luckman E. Marvin Davis Robert L. Chambers SOPHOMORES George A. Baldwin Paul N. Marks FRESHMEN Virgil A. Dixon 4 A Frank E. Rokusek, B.S. Walton D. Mittler Thomas J. Dolan Milton C. Aldrich Clyde J. Baldwin F. Eugene Boucher Gordon F. Buck Louis A. Magierski Donald A. Radeke William Mitchell Fred W. Lambdin A G. Baldwin Hill Finch Black Lambdin Mitchell P. johnson Yarnell Scott Dixon Carter Aldrich N 7' Buck Phillips Marks Hamilton Boucher Anderson Archer C. Baldwin Flanders Radekc 5' Reeder Luckman Chambers H. Johnson Dolan Mittler Stotler Barber Swearingen Davis Riddle 3. Page 420 JUN1oRs 4 A A Founded, University of Michigan, 1904 i"'. Thirty-lhrec Active Chapters 1' Illinois chapter 3.9. , Established I906 2 5. -3 '- 501 linst Daniel Street A , , Pembroke H. Brown, Ph.D. Lathan H. Collins Alonzo P. Kratz, A.M. Charles F. Hottes, Ph.D. Sidney E. Ekblaw Carl G. Malmberg Glenn R. Lyon Charles R. Larson W. Russell Nelsch Irwin C. Ullrey Elmer G. Woods Harold M. Brown Albert V. Lutton A A A A V ACACI FACULTY Ralph K. Hursh, B.S. William L. Burlison, Ph.D. Harry G. Paul, Ph.D. CHTIOS J. WMZHCY. B.S. Frederick D. Ball, A,B. Francis M. P0rtcr,M.S. Ray 1. Shawl, Mig, John K. Tuthill, B.S. Sramons Norton B. Elliot Edward B. Allen Donald N. Scott Allan J. Wylie Paul B. Huck Miles C. Johnsen Lloyd D. Gould Edward N. Moore H. Glenn Kelsey Edwin C. Schilling Moral R. McArthur Wayne E. McCleery Lester T. Davis SoPHoMoREs Carleton J. Jacobson FRESHMEN Robert H. Nebold Lewis W. Williams, A.M, Charles F. Green, Ph.D. Russell T. Gregg, B.S. Harold M. Buck ' Melvin B. Hunt B. Rutherford Windsor J. Fred Knight Lewis Melvin Karl F. Adams 1 Carroll E. Yeast Samuel H. Miskelly ' if Y-' I - 1 1-1 - 7 Hunt Schilling Kelsey Elliot Ekblaw Windsor ' Knight. Lyon Scott Buck Mflllnbfryz Allen Nelsch Moore A " McArthur Gould Wylie Ullrey Larson Brown Woods Adams Davis Nebold Jacobson Johnsen Yf'1lSl MCCIPCFY Melvin Miskelly Lutton Huck 1" P. V. A A A A Page 421 A A A SENIORS AA vi Raymond L. Robinson James F. McManus F. Kelton Gartung Donald H. Andrews Frank K. Sweetman Richard L. Moore C. Dudley Schloesser. J Robert C. Ingersoll John E. Asp Frank J. Oehlschlaeger Harold Green One Active Chapter Founded, University of Illinois. r9o7 'FAU rrr5 South linclid Street A 4 4 4 A 4 A 4 IL FACULTY L. H. Foster, B.S. F. George Herberger Clarence A. Willard Robert F. Morrison Richard P. Shanks Richard C. Frasier Ronald O. Ekholm Clarence M. Burnam, Jr. Arthur G. Rippey, Jr. Walter E. Holmes JUNIORS David Root SOPHOMORES Lewis F. Concklin J. Astor Olson Harlan S. Fullenwider Laurence L. Huckins FRESHMEN James Douglass Wallace V. Street William R. Gunner George H. Schaefer, Jr. Arthur E. Dillner Howard A. Westphal Mason B. Aldrich Paul M. Greenwell George A. Bressler Henry W. Haman Clittord W. Burgeson William H. Rex, Jr. Stanley Tolles sv Burnam Herberger Gartung Andrews Greenwell McManus Willard Aldrich S Dillner Westphal Shanks Robinson Holmes Tolles Sweetman Morrison Ekholni Rippey 5' .' Frasier Schloesser Asp Olson Fullenwider Ingersoll HIHIHIH Moore Bressler f l-5 Concklin Rex Burgeson Gunner Street Oehlschlaeger Douglass Green Schaefer Huckins 5 Page 422 A A A A H. Bernhard Ewert , Founded. 'Z' University of Illinois, 1907 " A-' V- .V ' Fourteen Active Chapters ' I ' Illinois Chapter :Q f. ' listnblished 1907 nz liust Daniel Street 4 A A A A A . A 4 A A Q f' il Zviv- ow TIQIANIE E FACULTY Randolph P. Hoelscher, B.S. Arthur C. Willard, B.S. Arthur N. Talbot, C.E.,D.Sc., D.Eng. Ralph S- Cwssman, B.S.. C.E. Edward E. Bauer, B.S. SENIORS A Douglas Wilson Edward L. Smith Lloyd W. Mattson Lawrence W. Brugman Robert H. Anderson Harold A. Dodge Donald W. Ray David J. Thompson J. Roderick Johnstone Richard Crane Don D. Sweney W. Reginald Berry Louis H. Stohr, Jr. Lawrence W. Langdon Robert W. Honens Harry S. Gilsch Robert M. Brinker Van Wilder Joslin Webster Benedict Quintcn Crawford Frank M. Morgan JUNIORS Eldon A. Cronquist George E. Sorenson Robert St. Johns Webster Gazlay, II SOPHOMORES Edward W. Baldwin F. John Rose FRESHMEN Richard C. Duftin Wallace Berbaum """1lf Eldred E. Cress, B.S., C.E. Melvin L. Enger, Ms., QE. William S. Fitzer Bert L. Hickman Louis Buttner Harlow O. Panhorst Julion L. Spencer Allen Fox Ray Sehauer 4 AA A Fitzer Cronquist Hickman Smith Berry Anderson Morgan Wilson Glisch Gazlay Sweney St. john Dodge liwert '-fly Mattson Stohr Rose Brinker Berbaum Baldwin Sorenson Panhorst Langdon 'Q X .. " Ray Spencer Dufnn Crawford Fox Johnstone Benedict Crane Schauer Brugman Page 423 4 L L 9 Roger Adams, Ph.D. Andrew I. Andrews, Ph.D. Ludwig F. Audrieth, Ph.D. John C. Bailor, Ph.D. Dana Burks, Ph.D. Arthur M. Buswell, Ph.D. George L. Clark, Ph.D. Gerald J. Cox, Ph.D. Lucius W. Elder, Ph.D. Darrell Althausen A. E. Dadger Webster W, Benton C. S. Boruff Eugene Browning Louis W. Butz E. Otto Edelmann Milton H. Kreimeier Harry J. Alvis J. Ebert Cravens Howard G. Hart Gardner B. Abbott Sandford A. Elliott Stewart T. Bauer Founded, University of Wisconsin, moz Forty-three Active Chapters Zeta Chapter -Established 1908 907 South Sixth Street ALIDHAC III MA Duane T. Englis, Ph.D. Reynold C. Fuson, Ph.D Harry S. Grindley, Ph.D. Tom S. Hamilton, M.S. B. Smith Hopkins, Ph.D. Frank C. Howard, M.S. H. F. Johnsone, Ph.D. Donald B. Keyes, Ph.D. Aden J. King, Ph.D. Norman W. Krase,Ph.D. Carl S. Marvel, Ph.D. William A. Noyes. Ph.D. Oliver R. Overman, Ph.D. Samuel W. Parr, D.Sc. Thomas E. Phipps, Ph.D. John Henry Reedy, Ph.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS Martin E. Cupery W. Lawrence Faith Stanley G. Ford Horace B. Gillespie Clay M. Greer Oscar R. Kreimeier John Journay Sidney B. Kuykenclall John B. Miller Robert Faris J, B. Lennon Newton Rodeheaver William H. Lycan Edward McMahon Howard Munro William A. Nichols E. L. Pearson SENIORS J. Albert Raynolds JUNIORS Theodore H. Palmer Frederick W. Rutherford Frank M. Schofield SoPHoMoREs G. W. Peters Arthur M. Phelps FRESHMEN Robert N. Rutherford Worth H. Rodebush, Ph.D William C. Rose, Ph.D, Warren A. Ruth, Ph.D. Ralph L. Shriner, Ph.D, G. Frederick Smith, Ph,D, Sherlock Swann, Jr., Ph,D, Fred W. Tanner, Ph.D. Leonard F. Yntcma, Ph.D. Herbert E. Primm' Leslie J. Roll Arthur C. Rubey Richard D. Rudd Wallace Windus John C. Zimmer Walter H. Wright M. G. Van Campen F. Burnham Wells Carlyle J. Stehman Russell Scoggin .ey B l ff: Fuson Keyes Swann Cox Benton Schofield Cupery Hopkins Miller Andrews Marvel Englis Palmer Greer If , 55' Nichols Shriner Scoggin Yntema Rorleheaver Reedy Adams Rose 'Smllh . Rufid Bvfuff WinClUS Stehman Primm IF' ,ffl Zimmer Abbott l'lu'lDS Faris Lennon Raynolds Edelmann llutz Browning . Gillespie h McMahon Munro Journay Alvis '5 Peters l'anCampen M. Kreimeier' Hart Roll R. Rutherford Bauer Faith O. lxretmeier Xl right F. Rutherford Elliott Kuykendall ' 'lp J' Page 424 1: if AA 652 'Q :if " X- I f .-ff A IP? QJQV A A 4 4 A . A A George I. Wallace, Ph.D. Sleeter Bull, M.S. Horace B. Ingalls, B.S. Joseph O. Newcomer Harry C. Schilling Percy E. Johnson Albert A. Pritchard Harold E. Hembrough Chauncy H. Parker DeVere Mummert Clay M. Holt Howard W. Turner Founded, University of Illinois, 1908 Thirty-two Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Established 1908 58 East North Drive 4 A A V ALDHA GAMMA I2 0 William H. Young Frederick J. Keilholz, Fred H. Rankin, B.S. Louis V. Slothower Walter Gano Leon W. Kuhn Lyman J. Bratzler Robert M. Guthrie James S. Burnett Linn W. Eaton Robert T. Kay FACULTY Henry P. Rusk, M.S. B.S. J C. Hackleman, A.M. Frank M. Barrett, B.S. SENIORS Forrest P. Erickson JUNIORS William R. Donigan James M. Stewart Vern R. Cordts SoPHoMoREs Walter A. Brewer Howard J. Corsine Theodore H. Roth F RESHMEN Delas J. Witt H. E. Meyers, B.S. Fred C. Olson, M.S. Marmoduke B. Morton Lawrence L. Lowe Davis T. Warren William C. Beutner James L. Gray Harvey V. Hartline ,lay G. Shutter J James F. Holderman -1 I q..-....... 7 tb Brewer Kay Hvldvrman Witt Warren ' Hartline Shutter Eaton Corzine Pritchard Parker Holt Gray Fisher 'fir Roth Burnett Mummert Guthrie Schilling Kuhn Beutner Stewart Gano Donigan It ' Morton - Bratzler Cordts Teach Slothower Young Newcomer Erickson Johnson Hgmbrough Lowe v-la fi -. 'J A 4 A 5. Edward C. Baldwin, Frank Stubbs, B.S. Edgar D. Zelle Louis J. Soldner Alva M. Shrout Daniel S. Reese Robert G. Ottesen Clifford D. Olin Wesley H. Morgan Joseph C. Wilton Ward A. Southard Carl M. Pohl James R. Wilson Ph.D., Litt.D. Osborne A. Mortimer, Jr. Harrison A. Hoffman, Jr. Eugene G. Hayes Yale University, 1845 Thirty-one Active Chapters Established 1903 zrr liast Armory Avenue L 6 . 4-4 Allaah . Iva? A A A A A A 4 4 A A A A A A A A AI.I3l'IA II MAD I FACULTY Arthur C. Bevan, Ph.D. Everret E. King, AB., M.C.E. F. B. Stiven, B.Mus. Richard B. Sawtell John F. Salkeld James R. Rea Charles A. Mathison Robert A. Hessler James D. Knapp Charles B. Harper Philip M. Cozad Elmer W. Hanthorn Richard W. Haines Sydney L. Greenfield David W. Griffiths. Lieut., U.S.A. SENIORS Stuart D. Park Clyde Q. Morgan Charles L. Kotovic JUNIORS Bueford R. Harper Joseph A. Goeller Gustave B. Ehnborn SOPHOMORES Arnold W. Christian Everett D. Carthey FRESHMEN Arthur V. Fraser, Jr. Glen G. Fanyo Howard G. Dunbar Theodore H. Frison, Ph.D F. B. Shephard, Ph.D, John D. Jarvis James L. Bond Robert F. Colwell Lloyd S. Burdick Donald E. Bodenschatz Louis R. Black Leon W. Fouts Lowell G. Fouts Harry E. Duerst Cortice A. Chancellor Sherman C. Anderson A A jg Rea Bodenschatz Harper L. W. Fouts Oltesen Reese Shrout Black Hessler Wilton Harper Park A ' Sawtell Kotovic Goeller lihnborn Colwell Soldner Burdick Salkeld Morgan Zelle - Jarvis Olin , 7" 1 Cozad Carlhey Morgan L. G. Fouts Southard Pohl Christian Mortimer Hiilllhurn Hayes Greenfield Dunbar Duerst Wilson Fraser Chancellor Fanyo Anderson Hoffman I Page 426 P S1 21 li Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1903 Forty-nine Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established 1908 605 East Daniel Street 4 A A 4 4.5. 4 A A A A A A 4 4 5A A Frank C. Baker, B.S. E. C. Baldwin, Ph.D. J. H. Beard, M.D, Edward Berman, Ph.D. V H. .W A. t +. h- me X.- N. I - .,, CUIMCDDLITAN CI. I3 Herman B. Dorner, M.S. A. T. Olmstcad, Ph.D. Victor E. Shelford, Ph.D. G. W. Sanford, M.A. David H. Carnahan, Ph.D. Anant K. Joshi Daniel R, Brower, Jr. Edmundo Buddemberg Eugene Dubin Constantine N. Darras Napoleon C. Carbonell A Fulgencio Enriquez Allen Schwalb '11 as G c: L" H me: aria CD va sf U C1 :- -1 :fi cn f-1 C1 U m Z -1 UI Herbert T. Wu . M. Westergaard, Ph.D. F. Shultz, Ph.D. E. Oliver, Ph.D. D. Glasgow, Ph.D. . SENIORS Luis C. Chamy ' TS111g Lai Lau Edward Rodriquez Frank 51111011 JUN1oRs - Leslie Bannister Sidney HHUICY. Walter C. Alward Eugemc Argudm SOPHOMORES Jury P. Schoeman Jafh L- Sachs F RESHMEN Carlos Claurc E. H. Waldo, M.E., E.E. G. F. Smith, Ph.D. H. W. Craig, B.A. J. J. Wolfson, B. A. Jacques P. Sellschop Gian C. Nagrath George L. Wey Robert Maclaggen Harry Rosenberg ' Carlos Perez l l Sanford Beard Waldo Shelford Kuhn Joshi Sellschop Rosenberg Smith Shultz Oliver Westcrxaard Berman Wolfson Olmstead Craig Lau Bnkur ',, Wey Bannister Simon Brower Buddemberg Carbonell Dubin Enriquez Chamy Rodriquez Nqgmgh I Hanley Argudin Sachs Schoeman Maclaggen Perez Schwqlb Claurg Dm-ms pang ,ff AA rl . Page 427 A A 4 4 A SENIORS A A A vi A La Force Bailey, M.S., B.P. Robert E. McMurtrie Martin L. Green Marion E, Decker Harry A. Wurtzel Robert R. Cultra John F. Schroeder Alvin H. Siemering John R. Curtis Werdell T. Clark Walter E. Brinn Ralph G. Larsen Albert E. Loomis Winfield M. Sherman i Ifountled. Vincennes University, 1897 l'hi Chapter listablislied IQOS 402 liast Armory Avenue L Il MA DI H. A. Ruehe, Ph.D. jay C. Shear Leon O. Dalbeck Seeley B. Furby Allen M. Jones james W. Lewis Herbert G. Croll E. Wheeler Scott Frank H. Davis Richard E. Tener Arthur F. Schultz Richard A. Dancey FACULTY A. R. Knight, M.E., M.S., E.E. Thirty-lwn Active Chapters 'f:'ii'G'9' o 4' '1 J D 0 iiiffllrifliri- .q'4,QE.55-3 nz: U U' UOOUI' A A 4 A A A A . . A A A A A C. E. Palmer, M.S. Russel R. Ratcliffe Harry E. Richman JUNIORS Walter A. Ross Harold W. Breithaupt Grant W. Batchelder SOPHOMORES Herbert K. Hultzman John C. Evans William F. Ridgeway Rodney A. Smith FRESHMEN james B. Reston john R. Wolgast Thomas H. Rickman Stanley H. Holmes Howard O. Ullman Henry Kamphoefner Crawford E. Staples Clifford Grill Herbert L. Krueger Frederick W. Ruhnke Carlton Williams Russell O. Smith H, I ii "5 Decker Richman Mcklurtrie Cultra Jones Breithaullt Ralfliffc' Holmes Green 15' Furby Lewis Schroeder Ross Balchelder Ullman Ruhnke Evans ' Shear 1. fl' Scott Krueger Davis Grill Staples Croll Tenor RidRC'WflY Ilrmn R. A. Smith Larsen Schultz Wertzel Wnlgast Dancey Kamphuefner Loomis Nllllh Clilfk Sherman Reston if, age 428 4AA4pA. Lyle Freemon John Van Arsdale ig?-l I , -wg -a Alfred C. Gallen, M.S., E.M. Arthur Temple William D. Jones Robert C. Garretson Jameson Y. Cutler Malcolm A. Burgess Frank Burroughs Chester Carson Harold Dawson Raymond Trafalet Joe Tourtelot Founded, Union College, 1847 Thirty Active Chapters Kappa Deutcron Chapter Established 1908 oor South Second Street A A Q 4 A Q A 4 4 A 5 V J ETA DELTA CH Wilbert G. W. Glos Robert G. Peebles James Soper Eugene Burgess, Ph.D. FACULTY Smxrons Henry Winterbaucr Edward M. Mueller JUNIORS Allen H. Willard SOPHOMORES ' Oris Olmstead ' Matthew T. McClure, Ph.D. Roman Arnold William Pownall Raymond Capouch Edwin Foote Donald Barton Raymond Genglcr Charles Rowland Herbert Smith FRESHMEN Henry Groh Robert Ackerman 'ai' Wendell R. Vandermark Nat T. Burieind Dean Johnson Winslow J. Painter William Dennenian Marvin Bruedigan Frank Shaeffer George Tucker A Arnold Trafalet Tnurtelot Ackerman Barton Tucker Groh Bruedigan Van Arsdale Carson Burgess Cutler Painter Dennenmn Pownall BurrouL!llS Ffeenlon R0Wland Smith Olmstead Genglcr Dawson Capouch " Vandermark Mueller Temple Johnson Garretson Jones Ilurfcind Glos Winterbnuer Super Xvillgrd Q' 'J E: L A A A AA Q 5. Page 429 A A A A A AA vi Harland Bartholomew, C.E. William P. Amerson Robert M. Drummond Reynolds Everett Brewster Freeland Halford Spalding William K. Jordan Harrison Y. Bingham Paul A. Betty, Jr. William M. Drummond D. Drake Older L ZETA DII Laurence Dawson, M.A. R. Lowrie Wheaton Walter E. Anderson Robert E. Ingalls Maurice M. Briggs Richard H. Gantz John M. Appleton FACULTY Albert E. Germer, A.B. SENIORS Frederick P. Cromwell George F. Barrett, Jr. JUNIORS Stanley S. Lehman SoPHoMoREs George C. Thompson FRESHMEN William A. Kleppinger Walter L. Mitchell New York University, 1847 Established 1909 zo! East John Street r-'u v lf Twenty-nine Active Chapters Q l Alpha Epsilon Chapter 1 5 ,I f 9 if gr not mul I' : elf? .x Q, r ' If A a 4 A - A A Q . 4 4 A 4. 4 4 Elliot Weil, M.A. Thomas J. Desmond C. Wynn Daugherty John McFadzean Norman L. Spelman Charles E. Cooke, Jr Charles S. Castle, Jr Clyde C. Gunsaulus -.a 1 fzlll 2,7 Castle Appleton Betty Gunsaulus Older Kleppinger Mitchell Gantz ' Barrett :N ,In Spelman Briggs Bingham Wheaton Jordan Cooke McFadzean W. Drummond Everett Ingalls Freeland Anderson Amerson R. Drummond 5DHlClll'I8 Daugherty Desmond Page 430 1 v Q SENIORS 7:7 ,W 5612 ffm ,. ti ,,. 2- TQLT ftx A A A A 4.5. AA A Louis C. Cotie G. Adolph Miller John N. Thornburn Wallace W. Wickman Howard B. Baer Walter H. Etzbach Charles A. Minot John J. Rea Lars J. Halvorsen Donald R. Poor Willmore B. Hasting Robert E. Preininger Theodore R. Meyer George C. Steitz Founded, Massachusetts Agricultural College 1873 Fifty Active Chapters Alpha Deuteron Chapter Established 1910 1004 Suulh Second Street A A A A A 4 6 4 III V 1 A MA li DDA FACULTY John A. Nicholson, Ph.D. Clark H. Miley Harold B. Groh George M. Wray William R. Hildeman Lucius M. Dillman William F. Engesser Robert Mason Jean P. Tonkoff Robert J. Johnston, II Ernest M. Useman Theodore H. Becker Edward W. Sheehan Norman A. Koriist John S. Mc Henry Dwight T. Stuessy JUN1oRs Frank W. Horn Edward C. G. Quebbeman SoPHoMoREs - George W. Stark Myrton R. Pritchard James C. Arnold Paul E. Needham FRESHMEN Alexander Schlossbaur Frederick J. Barter John O. Baumler John Kusinski Andrew E. Dianis Clay E. McCullough Walter N. Vance, Jr. Clark Webber Ernest W. Janensch Harry E. Herr H. Denton Peoples Duane Hall Ross Carson Ellsworth Davis 5 .ft ,y Sheehan Meyer Schlossbaur Useman Hastings Herr Barter Steitz Becker Baumler Carson Hall 4:1 r,.. 'f - Halvorsen Poor Engesser Mason Johnston Ton koff Stark Pritchard Arnold Alston Webber Preininger Needham A Peoples Rea Vance McCullough Quebbeman Horn Etzbuch Dillman Baer Wickman Minot janengch Cotie Hildeman Miller Thornburn Groh Milt-y Wray Koriist Mc Henry Stuessy Kusinski Dianis il Page 431 L A A AA V 9 Founded, Union College, 1833 Twenty-seven Active Chapters .' I l Established xoxo -. 313 East Armory Avenue DII DIILD Omicron Chapter . 3 Fill qs X rr ,. FACULTY Frederick Green,A.B., A.M.,LL.D. Frederick H. Rankin, A.B. George F- Zimmerman, A.B SENroRs Loren J. Rowell Timothy B. Ingwerson Dean P. Stone William W. Dunn Elwood D. Godman JUNIORS John W. Beal Francis E. Harrold John B. Templeton Leonard W. Wilson Fred A. Blayney J. Robert Hoff George A. Webster Paul Cockrell Charles V. Hall SOPHOMORES Richard B. Ainsworth James F. Croft David S- Hughes Theodore H. McKee Charles E. Beroth Edward E. Emrick, Jr. GQOTSC 5- LOZHD Frank E. Mueller, Jr. Willis E. Brown Hugh J. Graham, jr, Wilber J- MCEdwardS FRESHMEN Robert W. Brown Arthur P. Davenport Lowell G- Croysdale Dudley Onderdonk W. Clark Brubaker Charles L. Emrich, Ir. Harry .l- MUYCFS William M. Rice Harry Chetham Wilfred R. Johnson John C- Nichols ROY E- T3Yl0l'y JI'- Charles F. Cockrell Robert M. Murphy -VMCDCG T- Penn Leo B. Varty Ondcrdonk Emrich Brubaker Davenport Taylor Varty Murphy Croysdale . Nichols I A Cockrell Johnson Rice Graham Croft Beroth Logan Chetham R. Brown Penn Meyers " f McKee Mueller Mclidwards W, Brown Webster Wilson Templeton Emerick Ainsworth Hughes :LQ Hoff Beal Harrold Ingwerson Rowell Godman Dunn Cockrell Hall Blayney Page 432 JUNIORS AA A Fc u nd ed . '-we f Princeton University, 1324 'vga rf' if " ' ff- V, . , . Xg',B f6g, ' ,fin .L-we .1 tlgyg.. af' KT'-Qs.. -44 -. Thirty Active Clnlllivfi Sigma Chapter Established 191 2 303 East Chalmers Street V A A A 4 A.A A 4 A A Q A A 4 A George M. Ackerman Albert W. Bennett Richard F. Becker John R. Berry Howard Bergquist Junius P. Califf John B. Davies Herbert P. Hallsteen Marvin M. Coble L. Park Drayer Raymond Gessing Harry D. Grow Jerome A. Heppes George L. Homer Theodore Bowes William M. Cameron J. Leslie Harper Arthur F. Homer Glen Hummer Ralph V. Hopp Walter Horn John Kennedy CI-ll D J. Lynn Pilug Robert L. Scott J. Edgar Kelly William D. Lewis SOPHOMORES U Donald M. March R. Neil McClarnan William P. Van Ness FRESHMEN Edward A. Linn Gabriel H. Pilon Daniel W. Roche Maurice A. Dailey Jack H. Muntz Paul B. Swain Lyle H. Rossiter Jay L. Wheelock Philip B. Redeker. Archie B. Watson Herbert A. Sjolander Stanley F. Warner Robert E. Van Ness iii Inu: XV, Van Negs I Camel-on Scott Kelly Pflugr Irgckernran H Bennett H G. Homer R id lgeppes .215 Lewis Berry Rossiter Muntz Becker Wheelock . avies ' arper ummer L L er A. Homer Hallgtein Swain Warner Pilon Califl' Bergqurst Sjolander McClarnan Coble Watson Dmyer Horn Roche Linn Kennedy R. Yan Ness Gcssing Bowes March Hopp Grow L A A A A A A Page 433 A A A A AA vf Willis L. Blackman Harry W. B. Knoll Peter F. Caldwell Bruce C. Pettigrew Omer E. Doud Nesbit J. McCorkle Oliver D. Ames William L. Dickinson john W. Mills Russell V. Turner Union College, 1841 Twenty-five Active Chapters Alpha Zeta Delta Chapter Established 1912 912 South Second Street CHI DII Thomas J. Boodell Temple C. Dick Joseph T. Walker Raymond J. Gibbs Delevan S. Mussey Raymond J. Beck William E. Hall, Jr Charles E. Murphy SENIORS Frank S. Tarvin JUNIORS Charles A. Flutcher Frazier S. Wilson SoPHoMoREs Walter O. Hershbach Gebardt W. Petersen FRESHMEN James F. Brevall Arthur D. Leasure Theodore C. Pelikan F 3 .-are i nike, F95 I A-, i 'f , UQ! ml.4u L A John L. Friedl Paul H. Jones Arch S. James William W. Holman James S. Shannon Wilson I-I. Davelcr Charles McCool William C. Tarvin ll A A A A A '..7 if Caldwell Dick Blackman Knoll Walker Frivdl 101105 F. Tarvin ' r A James Mussey Shannon Holman Petersen Doud Gibbs Hl'l'ShbHCl1 MCCorkle Pettigrew Flutcher " W. Tarvin Mills Ilrevall Turner Ames Davelcr Hall Murphy Dickinson Beck Leasure Pelikan Y 'r Page 434 A .I I 2 Wi. :rf if-1 :Pe 's pm fnmfaq - 'if '- idx of A 'I ll lniik. 0' .Q v 'ill - , 11 Founded, Brown University, r889 Twenty-two Active Chapters Beta Chapter Established xgrz 310 East Chalmers Street V J 5 4 A A - A . 4. A A 4 A A A A A 4 FACULTY Edward J. Manley Herman Samons Charles Baer Patrick F. Conlon Delmar G. Debo Edward Gorman Edward J. Hynds N0l'l"lS E- 10905, John Martin Joseph O'Donnell Edwin J- Simonich . JUNIORS Walter E. Ackerman Raymond A. 'Cook J- Donald Doyle William J. Grady William F. Jacobs Theodore Llebeft Henry W. Meers Vincent Raney Henry W0lf SoPHoMoREs Edward Cody George Lounsbery 101m MCIUUYFY John M. Ryan John S. Sheridan Edward Engllsh Donald Traynor FRESHMEN John Brosnahan Stephen Coffey Cecil Clennen Eugene Daly Gannon G. Fitzgerald Dwight-C Gfansdcn Lawrence Hayes Blair H. Johnston John Kuff?" William Ryan Matthew Wingert Francis Sheehy Edgar Smiley J. Schrader, B.S., M.E. Frank Gollings Arthur L. Lindbloom Howard A. Wheeler Arthur H. Franck Russell Mullady James J. Garrity Frank A. Palumbo Frank R. Stone Rodney Daley John Henrekin Robert McCaffery Edward Sandke 'Sh 4 Lindbloom Doyle Gorman Franck Wheeler Wolf Jacobs Meers Raney Liebert Grady Mullady Baer Conlon Jones Hynds Gollings Martin Ackerman Debo Simonich Cook Palumbo Mclnercy Cody Stone Ryan Sheridan Garrity Lounsbery Traynor Sandke Ryan Smiley Daley Gransden McCaffery Clennen Fitzgerald Daly Wingert Henrekin Sheehy Coffey Kiefer Hayes Johnston L 4 A A AA Page 435 A A AA 9 Evan Howell, B.S. George Horner, B.S. Carl S. Marvel, Ph.D. Russell Classen Rufus Glass Ray Housh Edwin Lewis, Jr. Raymond P. Bruhnke Edward Comings John D. Cox Bradford Cox Robert Schwarm Edward Emerson Philip Herrin Lyle Huff Robert Rosbc Founded, Illinois Wesleyan, 1898 Thirty Active Chapters Gamma Chapter Established rox: ro: East Chalmers Street Y.f.v . .7 NJ' AU li DDA EDIILO FACULTY Milton M. Olander, B.S. E. L. Thesis, Ph.D. W. C. Casey, Ph.D. Hebert Meyers Perry O. Moore Robert Nieman Hurem E. Derment Laurence Hockaday Fred' Humbert Ernest Meislahn Paul Dean Fred Hilgenberg Robert Johnson William DeVry Harold Dickenson Ivan Stone, A.M. SENIORS Harold Parker George Portner Raymond Purnell JUNIORS Robert Manville Joseph Sapora James G. Sargent SOPHOMORES Thomas Parker Granville Sands FRESHMEN Harry Hood Eldon Tinsman Adolph Hagestrom ' Kenneth Milligan -6 Q7 1 ' j 7 . , KJ-f 619.5 6 A A A A A A 4 4 A A A 4 4 A A Ralph Doner, A.M. C. Anderson, A.M. Duane Englis, Ph.D. H. Richard Reynolds Harold Sanders William H. Shappert Everett A. TenBrook Fred Siegel Judson Timm Wayne Parkhill Olaf Robinson Harold Vance Edward Fisher Allen Roos v if ,gy Johnston Hilgenberg Roos Emerson Fisher Tinsman QU Parkhill Sands T. Parker Dean Meislahn Rosbe Huff Herrin Hood , Sanders Robinson' Siegel Timm Hunt B. Cox Schwarm Vance Bruhnke DeVry G Q Dickinson Dremun Manville Humbert Comings Derment Hockaday Milligan Sargent J. Cox Hagestrom Lewis Reynolds Shapper TenBrook Nieman Moore Glass Portner Meyers Housh H. Parker Purnell Page 436 AA v,,,, LT if D. 'urn ,ff .e. eg, H.. .6 . ,N M., ' 4 A A A A Molrris Blank Irvin Beren Lester Baskin Stanley S. Frankel Robert B. Frank Charles Harrison Meyer Lewis Phillip Citron Harold Cowen Irving Edelson Leon Epstein Robert Epstein Founded, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1898 Thirty-four Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established 1912 907 South Fourth Street A A A A A 4 5 ZETA BETA AU Albert Isenberg Harry Mitchell George Goldstein Stanley Myers Gerald Nickoll Roy Simon Walter F. Hammel Milton Kahn Ellman Koolish Harold Linfield James Manns SEN1oRs Louis Platt Jules Reinauer JUNIORS William Pereira Alan Pollock Joseph Pottlitzer , SoPHoMoR1:s , Marshall Solomon FRESHMEN David Marx William Mathews Herman Messing Bertram Natkin Stanley Richman V Arthur Rosenfeld Rudolph B. Sacks Harry Silverman Irwin Waldman Milton Steifel David Traub Albert Slepyan Allen Solomon Milton Stern David Wanger Norman Westheim CI' 'gif Simon Marx Natkin Citron Messing Epstein Mathews Richman A. Solomon Manns lidelson Westheimer if ,gi Stern Wanger Epstein Cowen M. Solomon Hammel Harrison Kahn Slcpyan Koolish . Traub Waldman Pottlilzer Baskin Pollock Frank Silverman Nickoll Goldstein Lewis Steifel , Platt Reinauer Mitchell Myers Isenberg Blank Rosenfeld Beren Sacks Frankel Pereira I .s ka ,'. ,. 'J F A A A A A A Page 437 SEN1oRs A A A A AA .vi A Egbert O. Blackman Frederic W. Hcineman Robert Tenney Harry A. Warren Ernest P. Chattin Timothy W. Swain Nils E. Forsberg Robert Dean Robert F. Blaine Charles E. Scott Wendell Locke C. Wallace Micklcberry Founded, , Hamilton College, 1832 A j Twenty-seven Active Chapters 1, Illinois Chapter Al Established 1912 .lil ,Ho East John Street 1832 1 L A A A A 4 A A A 4 .4 4 4 A A A A ALlDI'lA DELTA I3 I FACULTY Herbert J. Barton, A.M. P. K. Butterfield, MA- Harold Tenney Earl S. Leimbachcr Richard C. Dull Robert W. Reid James H. Wheat Thomas A. Becker Stephen A. Williams Gregory B. Whipple John Bookwalter Joseph R. Jeffrey Harry A. Voorhees Jumons john H. Bontjcs SOPHOMORES Eames G. Nolan William Stenus FRESHMEN Charles Adams Burton 0. Conklin Maxwell Drever Roger Lloyd Irwin H. Meyer Archibald G. Johnson Eugene M. Baker S. Ward Hamilton Milo S. Ketchum George D. Sudlow Fred S. Lyon Darwin Wood Ralph T. Maloney Dull Johnson Jeffrey Blackman Meyer Heineman Leimbaclicr Voorhees R.Tenney H- TCHHCY Baker' Bonlivs Wliffcn :. all Bookwaltcr Lyon 'Reid Stenus Wheat Hamilton Ketchum Cliattin Forsberg Lloyd Drever ' Swain if Whipple Wood Sudlow Adams Conklin Mickleberry Dean Becker Locke Scott Blaine Williams J Page 438 A AA A A A A A A A ...-, QLx,.,' -:t'xyA " ?"i'1?ifZ. "W '.' I' A A. . - Founded, University of Illinois and University of Michigan, 1914 Ten Active Chapters Anthcmios Chapter Established IQI4 rro8 South First Street A A V ALPHA I2 0 C FACULTY Loring H. Provine, B.S., A.E. Thomas E. O'Donnell, M.S. Stanley White, B.S., M.L.A. Rexford Newcomb, A.M. I.lElof Lundstrum William H. Simon Buford L. Pickens Eldon H. Lusk Wiley E. Pruner Robert F. Ganschinietz William F. Keck John L. Bloom Lawrence W. Anderson Willard Auble Weldin R. Baldwin R. S. Mayberry Lloyd E. Randall Robert H. Bowen Carl A. Gerfen Earling S. Carlson John W. Lehman GRADUATE STUDENT William P. Crane SENIORS Otis Winn JUNIORS George E. Schaefer Arthur C. -Purdy Harry J. Harman SoPHoMoREs Eugene L. Chapman FRESHMEN Kennith R. Cougill Chauncey Buck Benjamin C3.l'l.Cl' Cyrus E. Palmer, M.S. James A. Russell Philip M. Gustafson Waldo J. Winter Edward J. Slygh John E. Spann Case M. Rutledge Mac I. Wallingford Robert S. Everitt George V. Zintel Charles F. Wiley gg, Chapman Winter Mayberry Lusk Schaefer Carlson Keck Baldwin Gerfen Rutledge Bloom Harman Gustafson Bowen Pickens Pru ner Spann Wallingford Purdy Lundstrom O'Donnell Newcomb Palmer Winn Crane Russell Simon Slygh Ganschinietz Randall Anderson Lehman Cougill Wiley Zintel Everitt Auble Carter 4 A 4 Page 439 A A A A A A A AA V 9 Founded, L'niversily of Missouri, 1903 Six Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established 1915 IOS East Daniel Stn-et "1 he 5. A .EH . Qu 9 fe P . 1. A A 4 A L A A 4 4 4 A A 4 4 , A FACULTY Henry P. Rusk, M.S. Edwin I. Pilchard, B.S. J. Ross Baird, B.S. Horace M. Newell, B S Alvin F. Kuhlman, M.S. Everett J. McConnell, B.S. J0hl1 H. Brock, B.S. Charles B. Shuman B S Samuel W. Decker, B.S. ROCIUCY Whif-aker, B S SEN1oRs Joseph Ackerman Earl M. Hughes Cecil Glen JQMS Frank H. Mynard Palmer S. Cox Claris E. Johnson George O. Minot Edward H. Safford Horace P. Erwin James H- Young JUNIORS Willis S. Henderson Curt E. Eckert Harold W. GauIraPP Waller B- Latey Everett G. Barrett Elwyn C. Folkers Leroy E- HalCh I-Yle F- ShQ0t Raymond G. Benbow Oliver F. Gaebe Arthur C. Johnson Guy D. Smith Lehman Canterbury SoPHoMoREs Robert W. Baldrige Emory G. Holt W. Howard Kaufman Donald J. Nelson Donald I. Dean John W. Rogier FRESHMEN Paul L. Benbow Arthur Mosher P2111 H- Shuman Kenneth R. Tucker Joseph G. Bumgarner Holt Kaufman Mosher Tucker Nelson Dean Rogier Baldrige Decker Bumgarner C.B.Shum:1n P. Benbow Kuhlman Newell , Canterbury Smith R. Benbow Eckert Gaebe Folkers Shoot Barrett Henderson Hatch Lacey A. C. Johnson w lg Mynard Cox Jones C. E. Johnson Safford Hughes Ackerman Minot Young Erwin 'I Page 440 SEN1oRs A A A A A 41-X : '- V 'NW' . l xAj .A J Tl' A rl! WIFI? A A AA.A Brooks Fuller Frank W. Gerwig William H. Bear James S. Flagg Patrick J. Flynn Otto C. Haier, Jr. John W. Hanawalt Leopold D. Berbiers Marvin G. Milner Charles W. Hoefer Louis D. Pring Founded, University of Boston, 1909 Seventy-six Active Chapters Chi Zeta Chapter Established 1915 209 East Armory Avenue V A A A 6 A A BDA C ALPHA Hartley D. Price Archie M. Hall FACULTY A. R. von Lehsten George R. Harris Francis X. Hayes James E. Lonergan Francis H. Miller Marshall E. Bruns Hugh S. Robinson A. L. Schultz Charles H. Hartung JUNIORS James S. Nall Richard C. Oeler James J. 0'Shea Thomas E. Reynolds SOPHOMORES Melvin L. Scott FRESHMEN Chester A. Todd Glenn J. Vrba Raymond C. Hughes Robert R. Thomas, Albert L. Vollborn Frank B. Voris Herold A. Winter V. Dale Wissmiller Robert T. Ittner Fred W. Siebert Joseph J. Zoern J Jones Winter Hartung Hall Wittenberg Hughes Fuller Gerwig 0'Shea Hayes Reynolds xiii. Miller Flynn Oeler Hanawalt Thomas Wissmiller Flagg Nall Harris Vollborn Voris Vrba Scott Bruns Berbiers Siebert Ittner Robinson Hoefer Milner Schultz Todd Zoern Pring Haier Bear Johnson th- Yi 51 it g. I Page 441 A A A AA A A A A AA WI Edward V. Banker Richard W. Griesser Steward A. L. Ericson Eber J. Hubbard A. Radford Barton Thomas C. McKee Eugene P. Souder Charles Leaverton John H. Morse Richard C. Horton Russell Sutherland Alvin S. Wick Russell Westendorf 'r fr 5- .glrif -li illsm I , tw. I I , 4 ' 1 ,.. 1 I' 'td J 1 , Founded, Trinity College, 1895 Twenty-two Active Chapters Phi Kappa Chapter Established 1916 3rr East Armory Avenue 0 iv l If ' ,.', in sn . mf: my .Jia 1 F' . fx .. r A A A A A A A A A A A A A 4 4 A ALPHA CHI DHD FACULTY Fred W. Tanner, Ph.D. SENIORS Everett W. Brown Robert J. C. Dell Albert E. Jenner James Y. Marchall, Jr. Ernest G. Smedberg Frank E. Schooley Ralph C. Murphy Joseph E. Valle JUNrons Byron L. Cook Wesley A. Gustafson Jay S. Seeley J. Atwell Shinn David Dorman Albert M. Wharttield SoPHoMoREs Paul B. Geiger Morgan Ochenschlager Glen D. Perrott Owen Edwards Joseph A. Gallantine Casey Ireland Burgess W. Tate FRESHMEN Robert B. Mason Laurence A. Hubbard I Otto K. Huenergardt William M. Exley Roy K. Snyder Luther S. Souder Carleton Johnson Roy J. Wood Warren D. Marshall M. William Hanck Harold A. Peterson Harold G. Populorum Lester S. Jameson l l ga Marshall Brown Schooley Severin Smedberg Banker Jenner Palmer Dell Ericson Murphy 5 Exley Souder Barton Gustafson Johnson McKee Cook Seeley Shinn E. Hubbard Griesser Tate Geiger Sutherland Dorman Wharlield Hanck Leaverton Ireland Ochsenschlager W. Marshall 1 Morse Perrott Jameson Horton Gallantine Wick Peterson PODUIOFUHI Edwards Westendorf L. Hubbard Page 442 A A A 'lk 1,1 Q, 'v' ' 'Q Ti QP at 'fb Q iii-A -f "f iq' I 911' 3' 3IO North Stadium Drive fv Founded, Miami University, 1906 Forty Active Chapters Zeta Chapter Established 1916 A 4 A A A L A A A A A A Newton W. Ensign, B.S., A.B Josef F. Wright, A.B. Charles E. Canney Arthur L. Chladek Wendell R. Doolittle, Jr. Don A. Mathews William B. Borst Monte L. Engel William F. Maley Roderick C. Cary Maynard M. Easley Arthur L. James Edward Roos, Jr. Harold Ernst Edward A. Strobel V I M V I, C, !,,f,Qg,, 'gg' ,l-:-', ' --'g?f5',:.1-it:-2'5-'mf ' - f- gf, FACULTY . R. F. Smith, A.B., M.S. Albert J. Harno, B.S., LL.B. GRADUATE STUDENT George B, Elliott SEN1oRs Raymond E. Gerhold Fl'2HCiS J- Heusel Norman A, Glantz Bernard F. Martin Edmund F. Goedde Donald MCGHYFY JUNIORS Daniel E, Green EVCICH Wilson Ggfdon E. Gray W. Beveridge Kendall SoPHoMoREs Milton R. Johnson Fwd W- Salogga C. Graydon Megan Carl N. Swanson Donald C. McConnell Dqnl E- Terrlll George A. Swanson William E. Willey FRESHMEN T. Craig Simpson .l0hn W- Tllmquisli Richard C. Winkler Harold E- Relilke George B. McClellan, Edward L. McGrath W. Jack Scott Francis McGary S. Meritt Kephart Lincoln Norman James H. Smith Don E. Thal ' William J. Unfried, J Kenneth Van Schoick Keith Hampton BS., A.M. l'. 5imPS0H Tllmqulsi- Strobel Repke Yan Schoick Salogga Winkler 'itll Ernst GUY R005 Green Jam'-'S Engel C. Swanson Thal McConnell "Q Unfried G. Swanson Kendall Johnson McClellan Cary Easley Willey Tel-fill 'ir D. McGarry Maley Stafford Smith I-Ieusel Kephart Megan Norman McGrath Chludck Elliott Wilson Doolittle Canney Glantz Smit Llarlfn Mathews G01-ddr: Ge,-hold fl LA li R Page 443 V 9 Founded, Norwich University, rS56 Forty-five Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established 1916 505 East Chalmers Street A A A A 4 A A 4 A A A A A A A A A A A FACULTY S. Carl McMackin, B.S. Bernard L. Jefferson, Ph.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS W. S. McDowell David Davis SENIORS A AA Chester Anderson Richard M. Brown A. Theodore Fagerburg, Jr. Keron C. Morrical Robert J. Carr Robert N. Fagerburg Edward F. Harford Jack N. Huddleston Edmund M. Combs Arthur S. Davis Marsden J. Elliott William R. Bierdeman Milton R. Howard Russel G. Longley Edvin H. Hall William A. Stephenson Robert C. Humphrey Frederick E. Husted J. Raymond Larson Robert T. Saunders William E. Veerhusen Lyle K. Wheadon JUNIoRs Parker C. Livingston Ray E. Martinie Jerald M. Powell SOPHOMORES Ronald Horr Joseph C. Williamson Warren S. Johnson Gordon J. Longley Donald C. Munch Jack M. Penrith FRESHMEN George B. Maxwell Frank W. Peacock John J. Pieper, Ph.D. Frederick L. Kirgis Thomas L. Reedy Robert C. Youtsey Edward F. Wyman Burton E. Roeder Joel T. Webster Draden R. Waugh Richard P. Winter William C. Hild Carrol R. Young Joseph Hesselswerdt 210 jf T. Fagerburg Stephenson R. Longley Saunders Kirgis Wheadon Hall Reedy Morricul McDowell Youtsey fi- 1' Veerhusen Anderson R. Fagerburg Webster Roeder Larson Waugh Brown Powell Mchlackin Wyman 1- rf' Huddleston Penrith A. Davis Williamson Winter Elliott Carr Hild Humphrey Martinie Livingtson it Combs Johnson Bierdeman Husted Young Howard Maxwell Horr Harford Munch G. Longley Peacock I . Page 444 A A A i as ,V x, A 4 A A 4.4. A A A A A A A 4 4 Edward G. Hitchcock Vernon Drcnckpohl Harvey M. Hinderer Charles Jun Louis Haltug James Jun Robert M. Christie iv Founded, University of Illinois, 1917 One Active Chapter no East Chalmers Street A v v ,.-..,.---., ANUBII SENIORS Stanley H. Royer Earl Drew John F. Barjenbruch Harold W- SCOUS I JUNIORS Edwin F. Steeve H- ClaY'i0n Haney Frank Mazur Iver Rockman SOPHOMORES Richard F. Peterson Raymond A- FUCS FRESHMEN Arvid E. Blumberg .l- Herbert Lund Kenneth R. Larsen Robert Robb Arthur N. Jonsson J. A. Bottomley Virgil W. Thompson Albert Dimberg i . QL? .151 Hinderer Barjenbruch Drenckpohl Larsen 'Drew Hitchcock Haney Bottomley Scott Robb Jonsson C. jun Haltug .l- JUN Fues Stccve Th0mDS0n Royer Peterson Christie I-Und Dlmbflftl Mazur Rockman Blumberg 4' L AA ft -z ti Page 445 A A A A A g A A AA vi University of Virginia. 1868 Seventy-tive Active Chapters 303 East Armory Avenue L A A A A A A A 4 4 A A A A A A A FACULTY Essel R. Dillavou, B.S., A.M., J.D. William E. Britton, A.B., A.M., J.D. Charles F. Pegues, A.B., A.M Sermons Virgil R. McBroom Jesse E. Haddon George Conwell Walter Gibbs J. R. Woodftll Stuart Anderson John Yule Albert Seidel Thomas Morgan Alden Christensen Edward Hunolt Wirt Hughes Leo C. Brooks Royner C. Greene Edwin Beauchamp Frank Reed Marsh Bird George Clevenger Ward Dillavou Norman Zang Harold Dahlin Paul Staley Paul Dittman Alton P. Ross Roland S. Wachob JUNIORS Theodore Blum Ben McCoy SOPHOMORES Herman Troch Robert Struve Warren Heaps FRESHMEN Joseph Trunk Fred Ficht Richard Hammel John Flores Paul R. Osborn Devol Ernst Frederick Willis Robert Werden Robert Cathcart Robert Johnston Robert Whitely John Mathis Ray Rising sq' J Woodiill Hammel Mathis Hughes Willis Dittman Flores Rising I 4 Staley Hunolt Whitely Heaps Ficht Dillavou Dahlin Christensen Gibbs Struve Johnston .- Morgan McCoy Anderson Bird Troch Werden Yule Clevenger Cathcart Seidel Trunk Zang 'iw wit Brooks Wachob Ross Osborn Haddon Conwell MCB room Greene Reed Beauchamp Blum 5 ,. ks Page 446 S m 0 Seymour Ellison Ernest Loewy Charles Kaufman Robert Hainsfurther Sid Mogul Percy Jacobson Fred Shankman Arnold Shapiro Seymour Goodman Bert Novy Morton Mandel' Eli Golan Charles Goldboss George Gurow Founded, College of the City of New Y0l'li. 1909 Thirty-five Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established 1918 ioo8 South Fifth Street A ,II MA ALDHA M George C. Rabens Burrel B. Barash Gilbert Ribback Raymond Goldstein Thomas Rosenberg 'N Joseph Turner Harry Weinman Raymond Sabath Herbert Oppenheim Robert Wittenberg Meyer Alter Gus Miller SENIORS David Fisher Nathan Golan Jerome M. Rosenthal JUNIORS Stanley Schoenbrod Irving Sideman Soruoivtoizas U Bernard Rosenack Maurice Schaffer FRESHMEN George Gaber Louis Sinow Adolph Rothbardt Martin Levenstein Al Rasnick V Gerald E. Levenstein Martin K. Miller Harry L. Richter Milton Provus Sam Cohen Marvin Lowenthal Edward Sternstein Bert Levitetz Mandel M. Barnett Charles Kenis Harold Flesch Richard Weis ,ma . I:.' L A A 4 A A A A 4 Novy Mandel E. Golan Goldboss Gurow Sabath Ollvfnhfim Willcnbern Alter G. Miller Gaber Sinow Rothbardt Barnett Levitetz Schaffer Sideman Richter M. Miller Cohen Lowenthal Rasnick M. Levenstein Provus 'X . Kenis Rosenglgk Schoenbrod Weinman 'fmner Rosenberg Goodman Shapiro Shankman Goldstein Flesch Weis '- Hainsfurther Ellison Lowey Kaufman Rabens Barash Mogul Ribback Fisher N. Golan Rosenthal Jacobson ' J? Page 447 A A A .. l ', t ,gd 6. A 1 0 f X X College of the City of New York, 1899 , ' X Q' Forty-seven Active Chapters -.A ,,, 11 , 5 Y . k L 4 xx Ask "w ' g L "Rf N Alpha Alpha Chapter yy, ,- - . Established 1919 . - V N an ' m ,I .7 106 Exist Daniel Street X A N I I.: m up Ei i U A 1 I WL L A 4 A 7 37 -A I 'AU n, L I A A 4. A A 4 4 . 4 .4 4 4 4 4 A .. - ..:.,,' MY A I V- , , . F - -.-. mai'-" t' " ' , ,W ., f ' " 'V 'X l -4,5 -7. i,-az. .1 -. V -mal.:-.um:4:s.::Jm':. M. fi .. .-s-'-. DELTA II MAD I FACULTY Henry H- BHUY, A-M-, C-PA. Quincy G. Burris, A.B. William H. Biederman Dwight E. Doolittle H. Walter Hanson William W. Bland George N. Blatt Donald Brown Bernice L. Blatt Charles F. Ehlers George C. Gilmore Vernon G. Cornelius Ward W. Hartman W. Peter Lipscomb Floyd H. Mackey Arnold G. Christiansen R. Taylor Drake George L. Duwe Willard E. Hummeland Ralph E. Morehouse SEN1oRs John R. Pearson Ralston L. Rundquist JUNroRs Daniel C. Glasser Louis R. Jourdan Leslie L. Shidler SoPHoMoREs Willard C. Russell John J. Schmidt FRESHMEN Albert M. Jour-dan Karl E. Reid Thomas R. McManus Franklin D. Nelson Richard E. Haswell, A.B Foster A. Smith Joseph I. Tolson Elliot C. Whittle L. Harold Sharp N. Eugene Armstrong Richard F. Rietz Howard B. Young Joseph H. Westerberg Russell K. Tucker +4 I1 il li 1l 11 ll 12 QI n QI 11 ll ll il li il ll il 11 QI .-1 gg Biederman Rundquist Mackey Pearson " Bland Brown Lipscomb Hanson Morehouse Christiansen Drake Whittle Doolittle Shidler L. Jourdan B. Blatt - Duwe Ehlers Gilmore G. Blatt Rietz Russell Hummeland Westerberg Glasser Reid Nelson Cornelius Schmidt A. Jourdan Hartman McManus Page 448 A 5 A A A L.. A 1?-' 7" 'r ff' 'The A N- .qlfl 0 Pi Q 40 ' 1 QI' .' Ethan A. Norton, B.S Robert R. Kelley George R. Cook Leslie Mayes Harry W. Leonard W. Harry Stout John D. Olson Alfred E. Treen Charles H. Page Robert Marberry Fred Fahrenfeld H. Clifford Auble 4 A A V Founded, University of Pennsylvania. 1908 Eighteen Active Chapters Zeta Chapter Established 1919 305 East Armory Avenue II MAD III MA FACULTY Chester R. Anderson, M.S. SENIORS Harold D. Vursell Grant Gore ' JUNIORS Robert W. Mayer John P. Fixmer . Corda Wiemcrs Winston H. Leverett SOPHOMORES Robert W. McMichael Gerald G- Daubek Jack W. Durant Henry C. Luders FRESHMEN Emil L. Bansbach, Ir. DQn?ld A- Baker H. Eugene Baldwin William A. Hutton Richard E. Horrall Kenneth G. Smith gi--as-lu Neil A. Kjos, AB. Donald F. Schnepp Lester L. Bodach 1. Thomas McDonald Theodore J. Schlitt Robert E Grusendorf John E. Carlson William T. Loblaw Stanley B. Nicholson David Johnston James Whitiield X02 L A A A h B nsbach Baker Horrall Johnston Marberry Loblaw Auble Treen Whitfield Fahrcnfeld Baldwin Nicholson Hutton Smit a . ' ' YT3? Weimers Daubek Kjos McMichael Durant McDonald Leverett Page Luders Olson Carlson Mouncc "I Mayes Schlitt Grusendorf Leonard Stout Kelley Gore Bodach Cook Vursell Schnepp Mayer Fixmer 1-5 N , A A A Page 449 AA V 5 Thomas A. Clark, B.L., Litt.D. Floyd R. Watson, Ph.D. .JL,,, .F""". Kendric C. Babcock, B.Litt., Ph.D., LL.D. Bruce N. Balding Alfred F. Akkeron Harlan A. English Harold L. Shinall Paul D. Berns Elmer Albers Glen Andersen Joseph Alberts Robert Johnson joseph Hartley 04,15 University ol Illinois, 1912 ' ' Ten Active Chapters Established 1919 I203 West Oregon Street L 4 n 5 will ' If "I f 4 , L R!" L. 6, Z. 'Q .1 V, Anvil. A A A 4 4 A A A g A A A 4 4 A CMEGA BETA IDI FACULTY Leverett A. Adams, Ph.D. Henry B. Ward, Ph-D-l DSC. Carl S. Marvel, Ph.D. Robert F. Paton, Ph-D- Harley J. VanCleave, Ph.D. Fred H. Turner, A.B. SENIORS Howard R. Miller Lyman D. Dunn Edward Pekarek William R. Sladek William H. Harkins Henry F. Baker R. Paul Hayes Kelvin H. Booty Clarence B. Englesman JUNIORS Frank W. Edel SoPHoMoREs Joseph D. Simmons Carl Makarski Louis E. Silcox FRESHMEN Forrest Parker Max R. Goodson Charles Brown Joseph H. Beard, M.D. Coleman R. Griffith, PhD Gerald J. Cox, Ph.D. Waldo Shumway, Charles A. Spears Russell E. Blunk Robert W. Glenn Ralph D. Moore Paul E. Hepner Ph.D William A. Hutchinson Patrick Nuhfer Robert Adams if Simmons Baker Hartley Hepner Englesman Balding ' ' . Alberts Babcock Cox Marvel Watson Clark Van Cleave Ward Shtnnway Turner L, Adumg , R. Adams Harkins Eclel Albers English Blunk Dunn Akkeron Spears Hutchinson Berns Glenn Johnson Anderson Goodson Silcnx Shinall Pekarek Booty Makurski Slzldek Moore Hayes Parker Puqt 450 AA A Founded, New York University, 1913 Twenty Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established 1920 3oz East North Drive A A A A A.p. 4 A A Louis I. Lewis Milton Adelman Milton L. Williams Charles R. Jacobson Henry L. Wolen Edwin J. Ziegler Sidney X. Hartman Bernard Malter Leonard Levin Bernard Goodman Bernard Eisenstein V ALDI-IA EDII LD FACULTY Alvin R. Cahn, Ph.D. SENIORS Sidney N. Schulman Seymour B. Levy Albert G. Rothenberg Harry A. Handler Irving Eisenstein Eli Elman JUNroRs Albert Q. Weiss. Judd R. Breakstone Myron Lewis Sheftel Levenstein Milton Benjamin Henry Rothenberg Joseph E. Springer Joseph C. Rafrlson Morris Shaps ' SOPHOMORES ' Q Harvey Ginsburgh Benjamin H. Silverberg FRESHMEN Samuel G. Alpert IDI I S. Harvey Shapiro Gerald G. Bolotin Alexander M. Oris Leo L. Allweil Jack B. Rothstein Stanley Schewel ' Eugene Davis Sinuel Ostrowski Arthur Weil Alpert Weil Levin M. Lewis Davis Ginsburgh Shaps B. Eisenstein 'Pi fait' Ostrowsky H. Rothenberg Rothstein Schewel Ziegler Benjamin Malter Silverberg Goodman '33 Hartman Levenstcin Weiss Springer Bolotin Oris Williams Wolen Breakstone Keinigsberg Ratilson Allweil I. liisenstein Handler Elman Schulman Shapiro Lewis Dr. Cahn Jacobson A. Rothenberg Levy Adelman fi L A A A A A A .x uf. Page 451 A A A A AA 5 Henry B. Ward, Ph.D., D.Sc. Grahame E. Riddell W. Gordon Garretson David D. Jacobs James D. Knox Homer Caldwell, Jr. Robert W. Teeter, Jr. Clifford B. Campbell Eugene J, Kinclerman Charles E. Brcbner Gale R. Blakeslee Founded, Union College, 1827 Fifteen Active Chapters Tau Chapter Established 1920 1008 South Fourth Street r-. .-'F 1. 'Q 4 . .A We 'gif' 65111.- t, A L . - l.:4'g'k , wig. '.' fizgi. .. -12?-7-'. L A A A A A A A A in .4 A A A 4 A A DELTA D I FACULTY William H. Raymer, M.S., CE. Charles L. Stewart, Ph.D. Chauncey B. Schmeltzer, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENT Rupert A. Brunkow Robert C. Munnecke Kenneth E. Tripp Gerald H. Garland Charles F. Row O. William Sommer Walter S. Lawrence Robert F. Goddard Simmons Herbert W. Mumford, jr. Keith H. Kittle jUN1oRs Robert C. Freeman SOPHOMORES Clayton K. Bingaman H. Kreigh Moulton FRESHMEN William H. Allen Dclos A. McFadden Theodore H. Brain A. Callaway Allen Clifford Parker William M. Rose Robert W. Lavicka A. Ryrie Koch Gordon H. MacNiven Sigward A. E. Anderson Robert G. Cleveland .ji Anderson W. Allen Blakeslee McFadden Cleveland MacNiven Row Kindermnn Brcbner Lawrence Summer i, Teeter Campbell Bingamnn Koch Gm-land Luvigkgl Caldwell Knox Rose Freeman Tripp il " Kittle Mumford Brunkow Garretson A. Allen Brain Riddell Jacobs Parker Munneeke Page 452 A AA 4 A A A .A.A. 4 4 A A 4 4 Joseph L. Cohen Joseph L. Cohn David L. Bazelon Morton C. Chesler Myron D. Alexander Edward S. Back Nathan Deutch Jacob W. Deutch Frank Friedberg Harold Broverman Stanley J. Burger Herman S. Cassel Bernard N. Cohn l Founded, College of City of New York, 1902 'l'wenly-six Active Chapters Psi Chapter Established 1920 907 South Third Street I EDIILD DI FACULTY Dr. A. L. Sachar, Ph.D. GRADUATE STUDENT Charles H. Blumenfeld SENIORS Lewis R. Sutin Maier M. Levin Stanley M. Goldstine Jerome M. Wechter JUNIORS Sherwin L. Goldstein David Rubin Bernard J. Mayer Joseph G. Schoolman SOPHOMORES Louis R. Solomon Albert A. Hutler Nathan A. Fadim ' Seymour L.' Kite Frederick M. Friedlob Herbert N. Stein FRESHMEN Edward Levine Lester J. Kaden Lester S. Kahn Raymond M. Wallenstein Irving B. Richter Morris P. Cohn Milton C. Hirsch Jerome A. Johnson Harold B. Levin Charles E. Mills Julius R. Schuham Kenneth C. Kurtzon Seymore C. Lieberman Nathan L. Pollack Haskell A. Sicgan Irving A. Kaufman Harold Marks Gerson Marks Harold H. Pinsley Milton H. Yaffe A A A ,S .41 35 . It W-. .ii '- 1' NI I Broverman M. Cohn B. Cohn Hirsch H. Marks Burger Kaufman G. Marks Kuhn Kaden Cassel Richter Wallenstein Yaffe Johnson Levine Friedberg Pollack Fadim Kurtzon Friedlob Alexander Kite Lieberman N. Deutch Hutler Siegan Stein Solomon Rubin Schoolman Back Pinsley Mayer Bazt-lon Goldstein Chesler J. Deutch Schuham EQ J. Cohn M. Levin Sutin Wechler Mills J. Cohen Blumenfeld Goldstine A P .. L 4 A A A A Page 453 A A A AA vi Abner R. Knight, M.E., M.S., E.E. Charles D. Werner, B.S. Warren J. Bal-:er Robert B. Lyon Alfred W. Black Edward C. Nieburger Joseph S. Bartlum Leland A. Quindry F' 6525 Us gun! .02 mtflg g' UU -jg-1 E.x:o D.:-'Q mmf' '1:o 'T U' !"1 All DELTA TAU FACULTY Walter G. Warnock, A.M. Arthur W. Fox, M5- SENIORS Glenn E. Chapman S- Carl Walker JUNIORS Thomas C. Hanson Robert E. Stein Homer E. Dremann Maurice L. Rossiter Sopuomomzs Frank H. Docrrmann Jack C. De Atley , H. Clair Warren john B. Robinson FRESHMEN William J. Gieselmann Maurice 0- Wilhflan Rolla Otcy Thomas R. Glavm Alpha Chapter Established 1920 zo: linst Green Street ' Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 One Active Chapter A A 4. A A A A A A A A Robert Henderson, B.A Kenneth W. Culp Joseph E. Serhant Neil E. Heikes james A. Paterson Herbert T. Holmquist Carroll' C. Clutter Alfred S. Pfaff Thielen B. Huddlestun Karl R. Schwarz " V 'J ,A-..--gg fit if Pfaff Brodkorb Glavin Schneider Mullen I Willman Gieselmann Schwarz Werner Doemnann Clutter Fox " -' Quindry Holmquist Nieburger De Atley Stein Heikes Black Warren Hanson Drenmnn Lyon Culp Baker Walker Serhant Paterson Rossiter age 454 AA A vgaffpr .ffl-51' rr .:f.fet'-3, t-.x wfg- - Q, f""f fr. A A L . A- A Floyd R. Watson, Ph.D. Founded, University of California, 1914 Seven Active Chapters Gamma Chapter lflstublislied rgzx 401 liaist Daniel Street A L A 5 L V LDHA IYADDA IAMBDA FACULTY Carrol C. Wiley, B.S., C.E. Robert L. Matlock, B.S. Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A. John H. Olwin Murl E. Tascher John T. Schaefer Tarson T. Wiley Fred H. Morris Louis F. Bunte Harold A. Haworth F. Stewart Brown Elston D. Herron Lyman P. Crossman Dan Ketchum SENIORS Russell C. Gibson Norman A. Watson John L. Brown George F. Taubeneck Victor L. Opperman Sam M. Stone Marvin E. Denekas Stanley H. Pierce Robert V. Carter Richard T. Ubben Horace C. Baker Roy E. Baird JUNIORS Willis W. Helfrich C. Max Hull Andrew B. Matthieson ' SoPHoMoREs ' J. Kleckner Luettich FRESHMEN Melvin 0. Lundahl C. Udell Kring George H. Dungan, Ph.D. Harold E. Wessman, M.S. John M. Manley Merle M. Eakins Basil H. Brune G. Forrest Drake H. Harlan Bloomer Lynn N. Harriss Edwin E. Klatte Wayne S. Hertz ' L. Vernon Trabcrt Frank H. Bischoff L A 4 A A A A Watson Drake Schaefer Ubben Baker J. Brown Iiukins Gibson Olwin Morris Baird Tascher Hull Y' V Taubeneck Helfrich Mntthieson Harriss Roger Denekas Klattc S. Brown Bloomer Opperman Stone Bunte Wiley Q .3 ' Hertz Luettich Pierce Herron Kring Crussman Trabert Lundahl Bischoff Carter DuVnl Ketchum Haworth fl t Page 455 A A A A AA Roger Adams, Ph.D. George L. Clark, Ph.D. Duane T. Englis, Ph.D. B. Smith Hopkins, Ph.D., Ralph K. Hursh, B.S. Dale F. Babcock Robert W. Ball Clarence P. Berg Herbert Berg Euclid W. Bousquet Michael J. Copley Defoc C. Ginnings Ronald G. Hardy Kenneth D. Atkins Lamon K. Coons Leland J. Mamer V Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 One Active Chapter X Alpha Chapter ' Established rgzr 502 East john Street L A A A A A A A 4 4 A A A A A GAMMA DI DIILO FACULTY Donald B. Keyes, Ph.D. Carl S. Marvel, Ph-D. Norman W. Krase, Ph.D. Wm.A.Noyes,Ph.D.,LL.D.,Chem.D. Harry C. Kremers, Ph.D. Ralph H. Ojemann, D.Sc. Thomas E. Layng, Ph.D. 1 GRADUATE STUDENTS Joseph B. Halc Robert W. Maxwell Gordon Hughes Irving L. Ozanne Earl H. Johnsgn Lawrence L. Quill Eduad pl King Charles W. Scull Walter Klabuhde Pierce W. Selwood Wm. H' Mackey Everett I. Shaw SENIORS Byron Marquis Wm- D- Parrish JUNIORS Richard F. B. Cox Hugh R. Jenkinson Waldo W. Higgins Charles I. Parrish SoPHoMoREs Fay W. Tooley Carroll Imhoff FRESHMEN Ernest K. Mills Cullen W. Parmelee, M S Samuel W. Parr, M.S., D Sc Thomas E. Phipps, Ph D John H. Reedy, Ph.D Worth H. Rodebush, Ph D Howard A. Smith Wendell M. Stanley Roger S. Sweet Ernest G. Walters Eugene H. Woodruff Gail R. Yohe Mortimer A. Youker Dawson P, Wilson Leslie E. Whittenberg Bruno Wojcic William W. Turner -1 Yohe Stanley Ball Walters Shaw Johnson H. Berg Selwood Klabundc Hale Ozanne Quill C. Berg Woodruff Q " ,A Mackey Babcock Marvel linglis Reedy Noyes Krcmers Adams Krase Hopkins Ginnings " Smith Hughes Scull Coons Higgins Atkins Cox Marquis Jenkinson Hardy Wilson "5 Tooley C. Parrish Whittenberg Turner Imhoff Wojcic Mills W. Parrish Youker Page 456 AA A I , ' ' ' ' ' I: 4 ii! J er :A kt. ,. . na Hugh A. Brown, M.S., E.E. Edward J. Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. Harold L. Geisert john K. Hamilton Herbert K. Hackbarth Howard A. Brown Edwin C. Eberspacher William H. Holden Clement R. Burkhart Hillis A. Cash Richard F. Locke Alvah C. Borah George W. Coudy Clarence I. Chirpe Founded, Middlebury College, 1905 Iiighteen Active Chapters Eta Chapter listablished 1921 rrxo Williamson Street 4 'Y IYADDA DELTA I2 0 FACULTY Horace M. Gray, Ph.D. James M. Lewis, Lieut., U.S.A. Robert D. Carmichael, Ph.D. Irvine M. Marshall, B.S. SENIORS Charles H. Kloppenburg Robert B. Orlovich William E. Knickerbocker William C. Rosborough Knud A. Larsen, III William L. Rowe JUNIORS Kenneth S. Jacobs Henry Piel Perry H. Lewis Henning C. Vagtborg ' SOPHOMORES ' Robert C. Hodgman Ray I. Iden Ernest Hocrr Wilburn A. Johnson J. Warner Skogland Arnold Lippert Paul M. Miller FRESHMEN Edward L. McAdam Arthur S. Nelson Theodore Erickson Hiram T. Scovill, A.B., C.P.A. Alvin R. Shabino Dale E. Sutton Theodore B. Wiese George J. Wilson Marvin Winkler R. B. Beistle Robert Sloan Richard V. D. Strong James E. Wharf Stanley S. L. Swanson Lawrence G. Teeter M. Anderson -1. . X ' .Tl-1 P. . QV Brown Borah Johnson Sloan Wharf Piel Swanson Nelson Locke Huerr Coudy 'fa McAda m Hackbarth Teeter Lippert Strong Iden Burkhart Cash Hodgman Miller '5 Hamilton Knickerbocker Winkler Lewis Jacobs Holden La rsun Wilson liberspacher Vagtborg if 11 i Rosborough McKinley Shabino Orlovich Rowe Sutton Wiese Weston Geisert Kloppenburg llaughman , Q r- 'a-Y Page 457 A 4 A A A AA Kchnetll R. Millen Silas G, Weinberg AA 5. Virgil R. Fleming, B.S. Harold K. Meyer John F. Bracken Theodore A. Rathjc Robert S. McVitty Clayton W. Wells H. M. Austin Founded, College of Charleston, 1904 'l'hirty-two Active Chapters Upsilon Chapter listablislied 1921 zoo Iiust Green Street Q L 1 A 4 A A Q A 4 A A DI KADDA I3 FACULTY L. J. Norton, Ph.D. W J Putnam, M S GRADUATE STUDENTS Herbert O, Meyer George E. Spencer S1:N1oRs Ross B. Hoffman Lorens H. Thaisen George L. Bodwell Rives W. Pirtle Daniel E. Heiman JUNIORS Frederick R. Schroeder William E. Haselwood Harold E. Bridge Stanley N. Perkins Charles A. Nelson SOPHOMORES Marvin E. Dillman FRESHMEN J . Ondrus Everett F Warnes William N Knudsen C F McEuen v i 5,1 ' Wells . Warncs l Bodwell Perkins Knudscn Pirtle . Dlllmfln Kathie . Thaisen McVitty Nelson Weinberg Mlllcn f Bracken Meyer Hcimun Haselwood Schroeder Meyer Bridge Hoffman Page 458 A A A .L . . VAT f i '6 ' ,- , 1' - i ASA-eff 1 3 r ' o 4 A A A -5.5. T. Milburn Anderson Basel H. Brune Sidney H. Dilks W. Russell Arrington William L. Ford Harold H. Jaegli Alvin W. Kunke Edward E. Longbons Richard R. Hughes Frank C. Hoff Robert N. Gasaway Twentyifive Active Chapters iv Founded, University of Maine, 1901 Pi Chapter Established 1921 504 East John Street J 4 4 4 4 A A A A GAMM ETA GAMMA FACULTY George W. Goble, A.B., LL.B. Svcinbjorn Johnson, A.M., LL.B. George E. Draeh Fred F. Dremann Donald J. Oddsen Frank L. Petru Albert G. Rigge Joseph E. Serhant James C. Soper Walter E. Bacon Alfred J. Withers Edward Johnson SENIORS Reynolds M. Everett Louis A. Langille JUNIORS Charles E. Binkert Jerdie D. Lewis Roy M. Asher William E. Anderle Edwin R. Carre FRESHMEN Homer Lundeberg John P. McMillan Arthur H. Brady Perley T. Lupton Richard B. Lytton Max A. Weston Earl H. Gromer Philip L. Turner Robert J. Hartley Gordon P. Ames Norbert Tumavich Henry S. Distelhorst Erion Kendall -z i Q. '7-Jr. :VE er Ford Hughes Withers Hoff Gasawuy Lundeberg Bacon E. Johnson Distelhorst Petru Hartley Turner Gromer Jaegii Tumavich Lewis McMillan Arrington Oddsen Super Asher Kunke Longbons Rigge Anderle Serhant Carre Binkert Drach Langille Dilks Lytton Brunc S. Johnson Goble Dremann Anderson Lupton Weston Everett L A 4 A LA Page 459 A A A V 9 Charles C. Ball Raymond V. Pfautsch L. Raymond Twyman, Jr Llewellyn A. Fay John S. Monson Hal H. Stoelzle Arthur P. Bear J. Marshall Peterson Charles R. Canfield James R. McPherson, Jr. Roy B. Whitney Armand A. Freda Lynn G. Sahlin Robert S. Wyatt F. Clifford Foottit Henry R. Olson Julius L. Sutton Founded, I Connecticut Wesleyan College, 1898 A Thirteen Active Chapters Gamma Ganuna Chapter listalilislied I92I A9 Ai' Q , . ' MV -E.: Soo Pennsylvania Avenue ,' A A 4 A A 4 A A A A A A IDELT SENIORS Edward R. Johnson Bertrand C. Sehuemann Carl H. Zwermann, Jr. JUN1oRs Carl J. Harper John R. Redmore Stanton W. Wallace SoPHoMoREs Donald H, Cooper William B. Cott Frank W. Raymond, Jr. Ralph J. Welles FRESHMEN C. Richard Freeman Charles E. Hain C. Sumner Mellen Harrison E. Moore John F. Kuhlemeyer Huse N. Tibbetts Max L. Johnson Joseph K. Snider Wayne H. Duvall Vaughn H. Longacre Harry A. Sahlin A A 'fi' LT Schnenmnn Kuhlemeyer Plantsch Twyman Zwgmmnn Sfgclzlc Monson Wallace Fay Olson Redmoro :. J' Ffvdll WUHUS L- Silhlln .l0hl'ISUl1 Canfield Sutton Cooper Peterson Foottit Colt McPherson Hain Freeman Longacre Whitney Harper H. Sahlin Tililmetls Nfellcn .C Page 460 A l,.'-V1.1 l"K ' . -'I . ln VX -I ff Q ff: Q 1 A -, .f 'ill ' 'QF' ' J -:"..-.- - L M ' ' ZW---N Founded, University ol' Syracuse, 1909 Four Active Chapters Gamma Chapter I-Istablished I922 4l2 East Green Street V THETA ALDHA H. Wilbur Alexander Gilbert E. Chalstrom William B. Greenwood J. Robert Alexander Byron Blackard Ellis Bonnell Freeman S. Church Herbert H. Boice Robert Smith Jarvis M. Alexander Roger N. Arncman Paul Blair Robert L. Jacobs Rex M. McCann Vincent C. O'Leary Donald E. Dickson Otto B. Gerlach William Gobble Robert W. Hathaw James E. Dare Roy Carver Charles A. Davis ay John R. Orndoff Charles A. Ross Robert W. Seeman JUNIORS Thomas R. Hopkins Lyle W. Loomis Guerard Mackey Gerald C. Primm SOPHOMORES John N. Harms FRESHMEN Harold S. Mason Keith Rich Harold C. Struck Raymond F. Thiesse Gilbert E. Upham Nelson W. Wylc Alexander S. Young Herbert E. Hudson T. Richard Young- Lawrenee W. Hanse Ralph A. Struck D L l Arneman Dare lioicc Hudson Mackey Gobble lllackard Gerlach Wyle Hathaway McCann Church Bonnell J. R. Alexander A. S. Young Upham Carver H. Struck Seeman Chalstrom Jacobs Thicsse Ross H. Alexander O'Leary Greenwood Orndoii Rich Hansen Davis R. Struck J. M. Alexander Dickson T. Young Primm Loomis 'SP ta' A lt' t Page 461 A A A A A A vi A A A SENIORS Founded, , .-5'i"9g.."' l , . , . 1" Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1864 'l'hirty Active Chapters Tk A 5 X' '- Q. 'Soyo' " Alpha Beta Chapter 'ta' XL Q' Established 1922 205 East Armory Avenue " "" " ETA X FACULTY Horace J. Madame, Bs., Paul D. converse, Ph-D-, AM- william H. Lycan, Bs. 4 4 4 A Howard K. Story Henry Moldcn Carl E. Feickcrt Donald W. Bahlman Carl J. Sheve Philip H. Kammann Max Staley Francis M. Davies Robert Davis Archie Pease Allan Niess Robert A. Harper Jack Verner Jack E. Ferry George W. Wolfram William E. Shatwell Richard M. Palmer Leroy B. Harr Louis J. Perrottet Edward L. Wilson Harry Hall William H. Champion Tom M. Brown Rogers Jones L. Ray Brooks Robert Hollands Ralph M. Johnson Charles F. Kinney JUNIORS Vernon Rosenthal Donald M. Owen Eugene Howe SOPHOMORES Wendell A. Andresen Hans Bahr Maynard T. Doherty FRESHMEN Walter T. Bjork Lester Kuni Loch Shumaker Arthur Lowry Frances J. Koenig Harry Sheppleman Donald S. Smith Elmer Blumenkamp Lyman M. Pendergast Harold C. Poyer Charles Johannsen John W. Brentlinger Edmund M. Burke Don A. Proudfoot Harold L. Reynolds Q A A gf" Bjork Niess llrown Harper Jones Brooks Verner Hollands Burke Ferry Reynolds Ilrentlinx-ter Lowry Kimi Shumaker Proudfoot iz Wilson Doherty Staley Hall llahr Andrcsen Pease Pendergast Davis Poyer Champion 1. 2' Davies Johannsen Owen Sheppleman Blumenkamp Palmer Rosenthal Harr lizlhlman Howe Sheve ,,,, QQ Koenig Kinney Moldcn Smith Sliatwell Feickert Kammann Perrottet Story johnson Wolfram A i Page 462 44 5 NRA 'Q hfrjkkiifswxn -V 'f " w z' ,..S,Q.ff5fQG,3 4' QQ. Founded, New York University, 1907 Forty-seven Active Chapters Upsilon Chapter Established 1922 709 South Second Street 5 A A A.A 4 A A A - A 5 A A V DELTA Il M DI Ernest L. Bogart, Ph.D. Essel R. Dillavou, A.B., J.D. Edward J. Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. Milton J. Rose Edwin C. Barker Isaac C. Moore Vesper R. Hoffman Stephen J. Drury Don F. Brinkman Arthur M. Bitzer John N. Davis Roy C. Gellerman Herbert J. Kowalsk Lester A. Clausen Clifford D. Dill i FACULTY Frank G. Dickinson, Ph.D. Ivan Wright, Ph-D. Wilbert E. Karrenbrock, M.S. Louis O. Foster, M5- SENIORS Frank L. Petru Carl H. Frederick William E. Adelhelm Irvin G. Gromo-ll Charles M. Webber Carl G. Petty Richard B. Putman Garris T. Molden John L. Hampton Wallace Dorris Harlan W. Glanzner Fred L. Merrill Axtell Sheets George A. O'Neal JUNroRs Jack O. Baldwin John J. Fleming SoPHoMoREs Arthur E. Cooper James E. Hawke Edwin A. Smith Charles J. Jones FRESHMEN Francis Sailors John F. Watts A A A Charles F. Schlatter, M.S., C.P.A. Cecil C. Carpenter, B.S. Leslie D. Reid Walter H. Hickman Jess L. Bitzer Joseph J. Nedwed Clyde H. Andrews C. Richard Wiedey George L. Hale Carl C. Schneiter Wayne DeLong ' John Pucin Ronald P. Smith A A A Watts Glanzner A. Bitzer Jones Nedwed Gromoll Dill Davis Schneiter Cooper Q 5113 E. Smith Hampton Reid Gellerman Hawke Molden Andrews Brinkman Hale Hoffman Drury Webber ' '53 Adelhelm Merrill Moore J. Bitzer Hickman Rose Frederick Sheets Barker Petru Baldwin Wiedey Fleming Clausen Dorris R. Smith Putman Kowalski 0'Neul Petty ,"9 V Page 463 AA .fl H4 . nfl' . bs 5 Arthur B. Mays, A.M. G. Renold Brown Howard W. Geist Richard M. Baldwin George J. Clarke Richard F. Hahn Wayne S. Carver Carl G. Danielson John B. Dinsmore Hugh G. Fisher Hilding V. Foreen Watts A. Chance Henry T. Hultberg Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Three Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Established 1923 6r East Green Street W5 - 'w:' + Pf' QQAZ XQ9 if, i .5 J ..9gt. :Kyn- L A A 4 A 4 4 Q A V A L A DELTA ALIDI-IA EDIILO R. Earl Norris, A.B. Alfred D. Huston Charles A. Huebner Donald G. Pennington Burton C. Gerber Forrest G. Gimlin Clarence M. Graham William E. Heacock Robert E. Lee FACULTY Henry MacNeill SENIORS Everett B. Neville JUN1oRs William B. Petty Robert S. Philip SOPHOMORES Preston G. Kendall Ralph C. Knoblock I. George Larson Kenneth N. Lind FRESHMEN Gerard S. Nelson Egbert E. Nearpass, B.P Richard A. Munster Marshall H. Watkins George T. Weick Allen S. Wonn Roscoe M. Moon Edward F. Schmidt Henry C. Schroeder Arthur T. Watts, Jr. Paul A. Wheeler Paul J. Thomas Watkins Pennington Munster Geist Brown Hahn W0iClC Clarke Neville Huebner 3,7 Huston Philip Kendall Knoblock Baldwin Schroeder Wheeler Larson Watts Pennington 55 Gimlin Carver Graham Moon Schmidt Dinsmore Heacock Fisher Lind Hultberg Gerber Nelson Lee Chance Thomas Wonn Danielson ' Forecn 25.4 . 'Q Page 464 Herbert H. Edwards Wesley Fisher A A A XX A A A.A A C. M. Thompson, Ph.D. Merlin H. Hunter, Ph.D. J. Howard Beard, M.D. Russell I. Turney J. Russell Shrader C. Alden White Henry M. Shook Ralph Johnson Arthur Ellis Carl H. Stohl Merritt W. Matthews George Gustat Laurence Olson Eugene E. Stiritz Herbert Ellison Founded, Cornell University, 1890 Thirty-tive Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established 1923 zxo East John Street DELT V FACULTY Lawrence Simpson, Ph.D. Gail A. Mills, C.P.A., B.S. Frank A. Orland, A.B. A. C. Littleton, Ph-D- SENIORS C. Hugh Enochs D. P. VanDuyn Charles Danner Fred H. Oster ' Thomas A. Orndorff Maurice W. Walser Eric just Harold O. Nelson E. Orville Edlund Allan Kirkwood JUNIORS Gerald C. Bulkeley Robert E. Kuhl SOPHOMORES Henry S. Stiritz Frederick S. Taxen Kurt E. Oster FRESHMEN Robert Bjork Charles Demster Lon Fuller LL.D. Merrill Isaac Schneb Albert Guthrie, B.S. Frank Voris Richard W. Rayner Graham M. Van Ness Frederick Potter Carl Ireneus Roger W. Bryant Ralph Hensley A Thomas R. Jones ' Donald S. Rego Clyde Carlstrand L LL.D. ' . E. Stiritz Ellison Nelson Simpson Guthrie Mills Edlund Bjork Demster Danner Olson Gustat Curtin Orndorff Walser Just H. Stiritz Taxen K. Oster Ireneus Bryant Jones A Stohl Matthews Shook Bulkeley Kuhl Ellis F. Oster VanNess 101195011 Kirkwood Enochs Rayner Voris White Turney Shrader Edwards VanDuyn Fisher 6 we 9 A. I" Page 465 A A A A A A A A A SENIORS A AA vi Raymond F. Dvora Robert W. Ball Robert P. Tobin Allan N. Sheahan George T. Conlin Hugh A. Deneen Charles E. Arch Eugene E. Brull Raymond R. Stern Paul O. Barry William H. Kelly Joseph P. Joyce Founded, Lehigh University, xgxg Nine Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established 1923 206 East Green Street C X , .gqfgj by , Q .4 O u A A 4 A 4 A A 4 4 4 4 4 T ETA IYAIDDA I3 I FACULTY k, B.S., B.Mus. Clarence E. Ireland, M.S. Francis E. Connell William D. Cahill Daniel J. Keating Charles W. Ehdy William A. Elliott Frank W. Colgan John J. Conlin Joseph M. Moylan Roger M. Sharkey John E. Lynch Thomas J. Redican Nicholas J. Denes JUN1oRs Michael C. Marten Leo C. Larkin SoPHoMoREs Elwood J. Dempsey Joseph J. Estwanik FRESHMEN . William J. O'Connor Curtis R. Tobin J. J. Doland, B.S. Leonard F. Murphy Thomas D. Witt Christopher J. Farrell Tad W. Mermel Walter J. O'Neil Edward P. Czerwin Richard B. Martin Sutton F. Scanlin Robert W. Thomas f -.IJ if R. Martin Lynch Connell Ball R. Tobin G. Conlin Keating I N Arch Deneen Witt Murphy M, Martin Larkin Estwanik Elliott Redican " 'Aj Colgan Dempsey Mermel Sheehan O'Neil Czerwin Ehdy J. Conlin A Stern Brull Barry Th0mHS M0ylan 0'Connor Scanlin Kelly Joyce Sharkey C. Tobin 'r Page 466 QQWKE,-S - .N 1 'I 1 ,fiiaie 2 4' vt f ' if-H AY Founded, University of Chicago, IQIS Seventeen Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established 1923 305 East Green Street iv 'Y A 4 A g g.A. A A A A - 5 A A 4 A A A Rexford Newcomb, B.S., Melvin R. Beckstrom Mason J. Clarke Robert D. Baird Harold W. Cole Lowell E. Curry Stanley H. Cropp Donald M. Davis Edward M. Ahrens Howard B. Burton, Ir Arthur J. Curry I3 A.M., M.Arch., A.I.A. I IDI I3 I FACULTY GRADUATE STUDENT Emmett G. Fruin John J. Floreth, Ir. Ralph S. Gunn George W. Kessler, Jr. Marion R. Kritser Marvin C. Labahn James C. Finley Peter P. Gaddy G. Horace Reuss SEN1oRs Harold E. Hutchings JUNIORS Foster W. McCarty Hal C. Pattison William L. Smith ASOPHOMORES ' Warren A. Pfiug, Jr. John R. Ramey, Jr. FRESHMEN Gaylord T. Gates Benjamin F. Grandy joseph L. Picard, B.S. John T. Piper Lawrence A. Reuss Lorin E. Warlo Vivian L. Westberg Eugene L. McHarry Charles F. Willcox Stanley N. Murphy,A jr. Robert M. Powers 'Sr i ,gf . ' E lr.. Clarke Baird Kessler Floreth Hutchings Reuss Fruin Pattison Smith Cole Piper Ramey Finley Grandy Pflug Kritser Powers Davis Labahn Weslberg Cropp Gates Ahrens Warlo Murphy A. Curry llurton MeHarry Gunn Gadcly L. Curry L 4 A A AA Page 467 SENIORS A A A A vi 5. G. L. Metcalf, D.Sc. Clarence D. Chrysler Milton J. Ingeman A. Donald Taylor J. Day Mclntire K. Marshall Fagin Alvin E. Schubert Charles R. Lenz, Jr. Gordon G. Ephgrave Paul A. Mosher Rocho E. Sinderson Warren H. Fuerman Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Two Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Established I923 409 East Daniel Street A A 4 4 Q A A A DELTA II MA TAU Willis M. Foss Edgar Nickol Harold E. Nelson Harold E. Nelson Thomas E. Kiley Henry C. Lane FACULTY W. v. Balduf, Ph.D. Morris E. Swift Joseph J. Grant Edward G. Westbrook JUNroRs Charles L. Binna Francis G. Grant SOPHOMORES Thomas E. Derwent FRESHMEN Leo DeLoss Charlton Merritt M- GHEES Ralph L. Moss Jack O'Neill H. R. Brahana, Ph.D Kenneth A. Stark Kenneth J. Howard Carl L. Larson, Jr. I. Wayne Leighty Paul E. Courtney Frank R. Winsor John R. Van Sickle Donald A. Miller Harold K. Carter Robert L. Ingeman .ga :gd Stink Swift Chl'Ysler Westbrook M. Ingeman Taylor Rittenhouse - L h Nelson Furzin Schubert Bnlduf Metcalf Foss Larson Lane Grant L V- Binna Grant Moss Lenz Derwent Van Sickle Liillgr Ephgl-nyc Courtney Mclmirc R. Ingcman r., Fuerman Howard Carter Mosher Sinderson Griggs O'Neill Kiley Charlton Xvinggr A Page 468 A A A A 4 A A A JUNroRs A A A Wv 55 "W'HlA:W"'?i:L . -ef -if - A A M32 -' ' .1 pi, . fi. ff A. wr , . . - W, ..i.f,31ltk .T -73 AM: 1' ,yr W X Founded, H- ff ' h 1 FX gggfl University of Illinois, I924 A axle, ,..h,ff",Q .. Five Active Chapters - ' f 'Al .L,'z.,1 H A"' ' W - . -is -QlF,1'G-g5:r"l Alpha Chapter Li' 1 A A fp i ,, icsmblishca 1924 f if 3 na, Mgmt f l Y 306 liast Green Street ,id J.: 'l EL NHILEE llllllf-.Mlm i - - V " " A ip ' 1 Y T Q' ' .T Yi agar -m: "l'i. ' ' '-if E ' .. ,. . .A ff!- "::usL pf ' W A T A .g sm 2--ill -it -. s 1 - 2.-.aVL"" " Q ' q " ' " ' FACULTY Laurence M.Larson,Ph.D.,LL.D. Howard E. Degler, M.E., M.S. Raymond C. Heidloff, B.P.E. Harry B. DeCook, A.B. ' Frank E. Richart, M.S., C.E. Roger W. Stoughton, B-S-, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS Edward B. Noel GCOUSC TOWN-Qend SENIORS Clarence C. Arnold Fred R. Dahlberg Carter M. Dewey Frederick E. Albright Graeme S. Bond Leo J. Diederich Walter J. Hoffman Charles E. Krueger Robert C. Altera Stephen Huska Albert E. Hallett Charles T. Masterson Ira H. Lyon Harold A. Manuel Foster W. Merker John T. Kuster Howard A. Miller Paul W. Nelson Gordon V. Mead Howard J. Nebeck Clarence J. Uhlir Ralph E. Waterhouse Carl V. Nelson Harry A. Ohlinger Conrad C. Reibold SOPHOMORES Delbert W. Loos F RESHMEN Walter S. Piszek Roman Thieda Joseph Rich Marsh B. Tipton John T. White Richard H. Wittbold James A. Sullivan Otto V. Uhlir LA A 2 'fvgf Alu-ra P. Nelson Piszek O. Uhlir Thieda Krueger Sullivan Loos Huska - fizs' Kuster Rolston Albright Heidloff Degler DeCook Riehart Lyon C. Nelson Ohlinger 'E Reibold Wittbold While Tipton Bond Merker Rich Hoffman Diederich Manuel Waterhouse 'A Mead Hallett C. Uhlir Noel Ncbeck Dewey Townsend Dahlberg Stoughton Arnold u, 1 'T Page 469 A A A A AA vi Max Abramovitz Max J. Satin Charles C. Grossman Jack J. Satin Perry C. Goldsmith Harold Rosenzweig Raymond R. Silverman Ernest A. Bederman Theodore Branson Irving Missner 1 ig .ff fi Founded, " Columbia University, I9I0 Thirty Active Chapters I . Psi Chapter Established 1924 105 Armory Avenue S' F fl g il! 6 P fi g b fir: J QP A A A A A A A A A .4 A A 4 4 A A SENIORS Maurice W. Kleinman Jerome L. Seigel George Goldstein Samuel L. Grossman Irving B. Mayer Israel Prosterman Victor H. Karpass JUN1oRs Abraham Schubert Sidhcy L. S0g21ll SOPHOMORES Alvin D. Simon L. Rubenstein W. S. Berkman W. J. Krugley Alvin Aaron Sam B. Ring Jerome Sultan Maurice Grossman Gordon H. Hirsch George J. Provol FRESHMEN Leo P. Friedman Saul Goldstein Jerome Gartner George Sultan Julius Darsky Alfred L. Piser Leonard H. Hart Irving Favis Stanley S. Pearlman Jack J. Pearl Jack Elovitz ' 5 33 G. Goldstein Mayer C. Grossman M. Satin Kleinman Abramovitz S. Grossman Seigel Segall Prosterman I ,, Karnfws Hart Hirsch Simon F-Osenzweig J. Satin Provol Rubenstein Goldsmith M, Grossman Schubert -' Branson Darsky Bederman .Berkman Silverman Missner Krugley S, Goldstein ' Ring J. Sultan PiS0r - Gartner F3VlS Pearlman Pearl Friedman Aaron Elovitz G, Sultan Page 470 A A A Un sQY .Nc V Founded, Intcrfraternity Conference, 1923 Thirteen Active Chapters Delta Alpha Chapter Established 1924 109 East John Street THETA UDIILO DMEIEA FACULTY Thomas E- Oliver, Ph.D. William B. Nevins, Ph.D. SENIORS Robert E. Lee Donald P. Ayres Alphcus W. Brittain Kenneth W. Mosher Clyde E. Arbegast Leroy Mafosc Frank C. Nickerson Franklin Lincoln Pierre A. Bezy ' JUNIORS Edward A. Lusk Charles C. Smith Al0UZ0 M- Davis Lloyd L. Stitt SOPHOMORES Walter J. Cope Lyle E. Malley Wilber J- Blakcslee William C. Stone FRESHMEN Jack H. Zcngeler Henry Vivarttas ROUGH W- R0dmi1n J. Edwin Porter Max Englehart, A.M. Charles D. McDaniel Lewis K. Oesterling Royal S. Buchanan Frank A. Matteson George W. Braun - Alwin S. Kolm George G. Brumbaugh Harrison Walther 5 LA A 'fix Arbegast Lee Ayres McDaniel Nevins Oliver Lincoln Mosher Nickerson Brittain Marose e Rodman Oesterling Buchanan Matteson Mallcy Braun Cope Smith Lusk Davis Gilkerson , b. J: Kolm Stitt Porter Zengeler McKoewn Stone Brumbaugh Stock Walther Vivarttas Matthews " Page 471 A A A AA Wilbur F. Dueringer Paul S. Cousley Anton F. Antonides Winfield T. Cooper Russel J. Crane Robert H. Anderson Frank H. Sparks Robert Farmer Andrew A. Hall, Jr. 5 DELT Il MA Everett R. Fox Van C. Norman King E. Ehret Joseph Joslun, Jr. LaRoy R. Stoltz Foun e -1 d a kffivl ' Q-f 1-1 L University of 'Californian 1921 Seven Active Chapters . JM. QL v" if? if Eta Chapter Q. -KF Established 1925 zrz East Green Street ,fx-.7 M in 'l K 5 A A A A A A A A A 4 A A FACULTY AMIBDA Edwin G. Koch, MA. SEN1oRs Charles O. Smith Ralph M. Wandling JUNIORS George D. Matthews Beaumont M. Parks SoPHoMoR1zs John W. Weiser FRESHMEN Clarence E. Hunneman Robert H- Pinkel Edwin F. wood ' Harold A. Pomazal George R. Dinsmore Claude Crick Frederick I . Worden Donald W. Smith William E. Trude ? U RCHBHH Dllefingcr Wood Wandling Norman Cousley C, Smith , Matthews Weiser Joslun Pomazal Stoltz Cooper Worden Ehret Parks Antonides Anderson " in Trude Hall Hunneman Crick Kraft D. Smith Dinsmore Pinkel Farmer ' Sparks Page 47 2 A AA 4 A 4-A A ,999 ef-A-xn Q wx Q Mika, Lib: I -' few If ou ndctl, University of Illinois, 1920 Six Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Iistablishecl 1925 309 East John Stn-et A A A.A 4 4 4 4 A A A A A Martin A. Behrens, M.S. Harold R. Ringler Howard E. Wold Robert S. Bigler Vernon L. Kretschmer Leslie H. Brandt Herman A. Busching Harold W. Mitchell Walter M. Reimer Kenneth L. Telleen 'V BETA Il M DII Kenneth L. Schellic Lowell W- Norin Otto E. Zuttermeistcr Herman H. Jost FACULTY Theodore J. Geissendoerfer, Ph.D. SENIORS Jumons Harold P. Schaefer SOPHOMORES Ralph E. Petering Edward G. Schultz Robert P. Honold Albert C. Welge Philip J. Fahs Oscar K. Solander William E. Strodel Paul E. Pottker FRESHMEN Franklin J. Dvorak George Coldewey H. F. W. Moeller, M.A. Roland E. Olson Milton H. Gotwalt Walter F. Fierke Richard H. Johnson Elmer R. Riebe ' Morlin F. Johnson John B. Roth Wold Olson Ringler Nunn Schellie 'iii Bigler Jost Petcring Zultcrmeister Brandt Krctschmer Schaefer Dvorak Schultz Strodel Solander Ficrke Pottkcr Rivbfr H0n0lll Welge Reimer Coldcwey Golwalt Tellccn Mitchell RON! S1lndl'l'S .Qt A I L A 4 AA A 9 Page 473 AA vf J. Mahlon Harvey Ralph Connor Herbert G. Lind Winfield Angus Kenneth Spieckcr Elmer Raabc Paul Davis Walter johnson Oliver Norman Halbert Crews Clarence Holoffe , A.B., M.A. ff' 305 East John Street BETA KAIDDA Wendell East FACULTY Ralph W. Kluge, B.S. SEN1oRs Walter Smith Edward J. Lashmet ,lcfdie D- Lewis Melvin Chadsey Charles Branch Phillip Smith Harold Fischer Bayard Kingsley Marshall Gooch JUNIORS Charles Duncan Leland Kidd SoPHoMoR1zs George Peverly Irwin Sedlacek George Henderson FRESHMEN Carlisle Perry Hamline University, moz Twenty-six Active Chapters ,QQ gtg 5 gf' W .. r 197 399 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Albert Rofkar, A.B. Albert Niednagel Allen Watt Russell Hershey Robert Lusk Charles Shoer Lester Thorson Glenn Henson Joseph Schuster . Q Klllile Crews Holoffe Gooch Perry ' 'lh0f50n KiUHSl0Y FiSCl1Cl' 1'.Smith Henderson Norman Johnson Schuster Henson l- Chadsey Angus Connor Hershey Wan Duncan Shgcr Raabc A Lusk Sedlacek Lashmet Lind Niednagcl Lewis W, Smith East Davis Kidd Spiecker Branch I age 474 A A A i fv ,A-It lioundedf :Q ,rf-Ag Cleveland School of Law, moo Sixty-five Active Chapters ' ll X fi' Q Davis David Senate Established 1925 IIOQ South I-'ourth Street J A 4 A A A . A A A A A A A 6 4 A Paul C. Roberts William F. Sonneman Carroll H. Nelson G. Glen Pillow Robert Flack William L. Meier Leonard R. Michulsky -" 4 -az... j 1 y ' DELTA THETA I3 I SENIORS Wallace T, Filson George W. McLean Paul R. Schreiber Samuel B, Hicks John A. Phillips Francis J. Koch Gilbert L, Weed William F. Baker Thurman A. Biddinger JUNIORS Lguig H, Wclgcl John M. Dahlberg Frederick W. Kattcrjohn Russell F. Foster 1 SOPHOMORES George A, Johngon J. Jerold Middleton FRESHMEN Richard B. Seyfarth Clark A. Cochonour L 4 L A AA 'fi 'iii' Cochonour Middleton Michulsky Foster Johnson Meier Seyfarth Katterjohn McClurg If Flack Dahlberg McLean Wood Phillips Baker l'ill0W WCIRC Filson Koch Hicks Roberts Nelson Son ne man Schreiber Biddingcr HJ Page 475 A AA vf Founded, 7 -6 6' Wg. .gi-' 5-if N7 College of the City of New York, 1910 Nineteen Active Chapters Pi Chapter W1 i- Established 1925 199,- 313 liast john Street I L A A A A A 4 A - A A A 4 A A A L Marvin Getz Allen M. Kite M. Benjamin Silberman Sidney Leibovitz Max J. Cooper Morris S. Kraus Jerome Rosenthal Sidney R. Bloch Charles N. Suknoff Sidney Kaplan David M. Fisher Hugo S. Fantus Charles C. Gordon Seymour Bernstein M. B. Hesdorffer Milton Birtzer SENIORS Moe B. Kleinman JUNIORS Saul Levine SOPIIOMORES Melvin R. Cohen Marshall W. Rubenstein Benjamin M. Edidin FRESHMEN Sol C. Omansky Milton A. Greenstein Herbert Levy Fred Goldberg Bernard Kellman Arthur S. Cohen IJ. Harold Levin Arthur G. Wagner Harry P. Goldman l L: lididin Kellman Cooper Leibovitz Kaplan Fisher Kleinman Levine Levy Rubenstein 5, ,ft Kite Rosenthal Kraus Silberman Goldberg Fnntug Bernstein M. Cohen A. Cohen Suknufl Levin Hvsdorffer Blech Omansky Greenstein Getz GONIUU Willlllel' Goldman llirger Q . Page 476 4 A A fg -me se,- wbl AA., we' 'gf 'H F' Viet Fred H. Rankin, B.S. William H. Young Benjamin C. Maxey George E. Atkinson George W. Foster Kieffer Shriner Arthur L. Barrett Kenneth J. Lowry Charles C. Westall James G. Bennett Ervin W. Detjin Founded, Tri State College, 1921 Eight Active Chapters Eta Chapter Established 1925 404 East Daniel Street A Orrin V IIGMA M II MA R. A. Davis, B.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS Roy G. Ehman Dwight G. Bennett Earl H. Gromer Carl H. Steinhardt Louis M. Byers Leonard L. Norton Carl R. Herlan Charles H. Johnson Fred J. Roos E. Blodgett FACULTY B. Rupert Hall SEN1o1zs Francis T. Brewer Ray W. McGee Edgar O. Swope JUNIORS Allen D. Hubbard Floyde D. Sperry Ivan J. Hutehins SoPHoMoREs Earl S. Perrine Obert S. Werland FRESHMEN john A. Clement, Ph.D. Lewis V. Peterson Fred G. Campbell Charles C. Ridinger Erroll A. Murhard Edgar O. Zimmer Edwin R. Carre Edward T. Hausafus L A A A AA A 'ffl Carre Westall Ehman Lowry Steinhardt Norton Swope Perrine Brewer Peterson Shriner Barrett vi McGee Detjin Byers Hubbard Roos Foster Hausafus Johnson M urhnrd Campbell I U Young Sperry Gromer Wcrland J. Bennett Atkinson D. Bennett Maxcy Ridinger Blodgctt Hall Page 477 A A A A AA 1 V 9 Ftundt-d, ,-. f Interfraternity Council Meeting, 1924 2:3477 Forty-four Active Chapters nv- L Ilinois Beta Chapter Established x926 X457 zzz liast Chalmers Street ' J L A A A A 4 A A A A .A A A 4 A A l ' W" U FACULTY Burrus S. Dickenson, M.A. Max A. Faucett, M.S. Harold E. Babbitt, M.S. Edward P. King, M.S S. Max Corey, M.A. Henry G. Dawson, B.S. Harold E. Kenney, B.S. SENIORS Eugene A. Blackford Maurice F. Gilman Edward H- PCWFSCH William P. Scott Clyde L. Butler Milo A. Loomis R. Alwyn POWCFS Ralph B. Walker Charles W. Cash Alfred R. Parrish N01'mal1 B- RlChal'dS0n JUNIORS Galen A. Grimma Harry R. Martin Mack A. Pond Paul E. Kelley Lawrence E. Irish Carl M. Mason LOUIS B- POPE Eldon W. Simon Cooper B. Land SoPHoMoREs Howard M. Andersen Theodore I. Cinak Vernon D. Irish u Robert E. McNeil Paul R. Bruns David D. Fishback Wilde B. MCDIIDICI Paul J. Warrick FRESHMEN Otto Arnold J. Howard Bunting Carleton E. Judd Harry F. Kenney W. Marceil Knauff Edward W. Knight Glen E. Lightholder Bunting Knauff H. Kenney Andersen V. Irish Corey Land H. E. Kenney Judd Knight Arnold Dawson 5- ,ja Fishlsack Warrick Bruns McDaniel Cinak Pond Pope Mc Neil Mason Gi-imma Dickenson Walker Parrish Powers Petersen Loomis Gilman Blackford Scott Richardson Butler Cash 2 . Page 478 A 4 A A l I 'W ar' 'dn 4 R , 1. Rf 5 5, 'ffl ' 0, 1- 4 KK E , 4 Liu... gl! 7 wg 1 E ,,. . f ., . it ' '-it W 5 'N ' i A 'cffihltl I 6 A A A.A Edward L. Adams Leslie E. Adams Hulman C. Brown A. Hugh Campbell Horace M. Adams Arthur M. Cheney Melvin C. Anderson George W. Barry Frederick H. Beinhoff Henry P. Boldt Donald S. Charlton Lynn Haefele Cornelius Vanderbilt Founded, Miami University, 1921 Six Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established 1926 307 East John Street 4 A V II M IDELTAIQ 0 Leland H. Fish Donald R. Groff Lawrence M. Knapp Sulo J. Herrala Harold G. Homuth Gunnar S. Clason Joseph D. Friend Ernest C. Goodrich Marion C. Hunt Edward N. Krause SENIORS Frank J. Kuhn Harold E. Lawrie Robert B. Moorman JUNIORS Leslie Kirschner Desmond D. Utterback SOPHOMORES William Doak Elmer A. Moos Jaroslav Pech FRESHMEN Albert Putnam Franklin Schroeder Russell A. Perry Edward F. Ream John M. Selden Ira D. Snyder Earl E. Stansell Ernest N. Rubel Fred W. Soderberg Edward F. Schoof James Fetters George Walters Lee Vanderipe Schoof Kuhn Anderson Rubel Fetters Moos Cheney Campbell Homuth Lawrie L, Adams Utterback Friend Snyder Ream Kirschner Goodrich Moorman Beinhoff Fish Perry ,I 'L Brown Knapp H. Adams Charlton Stansell E. Adams Boldt Clason Soderbcrg Groff Barry Putman Schroeder Seldon Hunt Derkson Vanderbilt Hacfele Pech Krause Waiters L A 4 A AA A T: Q Page 479 A A A AA 5. Fred Berner Clifford Conway Warren M. Conway Joe Byrne Fred H. Goss Ralph Birks William French ,,.,evg'gagv,-..., .- , . Founded One Active Chapter 4. 806 South Fifth Street P' IYADIDA ZETA IQ FACULTY Ralph S. Crossman, M.S., C.E. John Frcestrom Howard Hawley SEN1oRs King J. McCristal Sidney O. Orth ' ,ec -,e , 54. r University of Illinois, 1926 A A A A A 4 A A A A A A Paul Stacdke Edwin L. Tindall 0 Myron MCEnda1-fer JCC POCI' Robert L. Jordan jUN1oRs Dean B, Curtis C. M. Hadley Joe Prola SoPHoMoR1zs Algig Krgck Claud B. GEIVCI' F RESHMEN David Knotts Glen Orth George Westwood Herbert I. McEndarfer W- HefbCl'f Schmitt Q V Berncr McCristal Krsek S134-dkc Pom- G055 Hawley Tindall , fs, GHVCI' C- Conway Jordan W. Conway H. Mclindurfer Freestrom S. Orth Prola Curtis A Hadley Byrne G- Orlh Westwood Knotts Schmitt French MQ lucgndmfcr age 480 A A A X, Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 One Active Chapter III linst Chalmers Street 4 4 A A A.4. . 4 A A - 4 4 A A Nathan N. Eglit Martin X. Rothman Maxwell M. Lewin 9 'Y 1-vu DELTA FD TED Ellis Byman Julius Slutzky Bert Kamin SEN1oRs Samuel H. Weber I. Allen Rubenstein jUN1oRs Samuel S. Adler IT Saul B. Wiezer Henry Shapiro Herman R. Gordon Dave H. Sokolow Hal Friedman Louis Leaf MHQCCU0 Dnvidow Alvin Landis LOUIS RUSkiI1 SoPHoMoREs . Jack Slovic Sam 5ag0tSkY FRESHMEN Henry Berg William Schwartz BCH B0Ck0fm21l1 MGX Mail l Weber Kumin Lewin Eglit Slutzky Friedman Bymnn Rothmnn Sokolow 311 Adler Slovic Rubenstein Leaf Wiczer Landis Shapiro ' . 5 Davidow Schwartz Matz Berg Ruskin Sagotsky Beckerman Gordon 3 r H' a v A 'I' L A L A AA Page 481 A 4 A vi J Arvel F. Hacke Vilas E. Booth George B. Gregg Frank P. Byrd Pierson W. Peck Earl E. Cazel Founded, University of Illinois, 1927 , ' One Active Chapter S09 lfust Chalmers Street L AMIBDA AI.I3l'lA LAMBDA FACULTY Archie S. Stewart, B.S. .lack W- TTCCCC, B5- SENIORS Julius M. Luther Abner A. Toothaker JUN1oRs Manson C, Couch Elmer R. FOUSCI' Lionel E. Goff Floyd G. Johnston Wilbur R. Murlcy SOPHOMORES John P, Ggggins Franklin S. Hunsaker Floyd T. Mitchell Allan R, Rowe William D. TCal'0 FRESHMEN Carl J. Lehwald Paul O. Mayfield Gerald E. Murch AA ii jg Johnston Couch Mitchell Treece Peck Hunsaker Booth Cazel - A 1 -1 Page 482 Hucke 'l'ooth:xker Murch Luther Goff Gregg Rowe Miwfleld Byrd Teare Goggins Murley Lehwald I A5444 A A4 4-AAA4 4 44 A A A .1 1,1 1 .QI Ii? . . 14' - .f- . xx l l 'A' 1' .V IIT., , ,n . - -'fvq .- Founded. Duke University. 1920 Nine Active Chapters Iota Chapter listablished 1927 312 liast Daniel Street V A A A 4 4.4. 4 A A A A A A A A Russell O. Brown Edgar A. Howard Norbert E. Bibow Harvey H. Corydon john C. Kastner Edward R. Anderson Frank R. Fisher V. LaVerne Brown H. Winser Coddington CHI TAIJ Vernon P. Jensen Milton E. Kraft Paul W. Landgren Fred D. Larsen V. Skipper Johnson Carl A. Larsen Norman P. Fauble FACULTY E. F. Potthoff, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENT H. L. Buckardt SENIORS Randolph M. Peterson JUNIORS C. Elmer Meador Albert O. Myers Milton E. Olson SoPr1oMoR1:s Frederick J. Lee Monrad A. Mortensen FRESHMEN James H. Moran Frank I. Reichardt Earl F. Ronneberg Calhoun W. J. Phelps Rudolph W. Schafer Charles H. Ross Willard W. Schafer n William C. Wenninger William G. Thorpe .Q Lee johnson V. Brown C. Larsen Thorpe M :ran Coddington Fauble Fisher W. Schafer F. Larsen Meador Mortensen Phelps Wenninger fig R. Schafer Kraft Bibow Anderson Kastner Landgren Myers Olson 5 Potthoff Ross Reichardt Howard Jensen R. Brown Ronneberg Buckardt Peterson L- 'S 'J L A A A AA Yi Q Page 483 A L 4 Jacob Karol Seymour Bernstein Stanley Dulsky Irving Mishkin Bernard Friedman ' Arthur A. Bogeaus 5 Fnundetl, Cornell University, 19:2 Twenty-one Active Chapters Pi Chapter Established 1927 II2 liast John Street A A A A A A 4 4 A A A A 4 A 5 . M.. -L,-s.,,., , M CIQIDN ALl3l'lA AU SENIORS Harry Litwin Samuel Turner JUNIORS Alyrahgm M, Gottlieb lien Gorenstein Herman Belson Harry 0, Lgvin Julius Rosenberg Ernest B. Williams SOPHOMORES Louis Katzman Slfllwy H- Lf1Vll10 Benjamin B. Pass F RESHMEN Leon LeVee L0lllS Pass Nathan Yankuner A A .151 H Gorenstcin Rosenberg Dulsky Gottlieb Bernstein Litwin Mishkin " LeVue 1-'ricrlman Bogeaus Williams B. Pass Katzman V " . L. Pass Lnvine Turner Levin Belson Yankuncr Karol Page 484 . 1.7 'A ' ' . ", I A' '-' A , ' rr' V ,,,,-In Q -n q.hq" A 4 A 4 4.x A 4 A A Edwin F. Lowenstein L. F. Dobry David E. Wicgancl Walter W. Wiegand Duane S. Waddell iv E 'ii 7f"W"?i- 15-s. Founded, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1919 Six Active Chapters ' Zeta Chapter Established I927 806 West Gr:-en Stn-et 3 'Q DELTA ALI? A IDI FACULTY Herbert H. Alp, B.S. OSCHI' E- WH!-EUCP, .lf-, A-3- SENIORS Charles H. Beutter Arthur P. Drijc jUN1oRs james M, Gaston Clair C. Weintz Milton S. Miller SoPHoMoREs Clarence M, Allison Aubrey V. Wells john L. Richards Clarence B. Denison Georne M- Sillim: FRESHMEN Edward C. Wahl Roland G. Allison 'E is Weinlz Richards Gaston Miller Denison Wagner Drije Beutter Lowenstein D. Wiegand W. Wiegand Wells Silling C. Allison Waddell Wahl R. Allison L A A A AA A lb' rl -6 Page 485 A A A Ab V 9 William J. Cerny Elmer E. Sattgast John F. Clorus Norman E. Perry Cleo A. Williams William M, Bawolak Harold A. Craig Robert G. Macdonald Louis L. Roy University of Michigan, 1914 Thirty-seven Active Chapters Alpha Alpha Chapter Estziblislmed 1927 709 South Second Street L 6444A A QA A-AAA 4 A A II MA DELTA IKAIDIDA FACULTY Harold W. Holt., A.B., LL.B., S.J.D. Paul H. Ferguson Emil Seerup William G. Eovaldl Albert F. Rus Stephen E. Brondas Theodore O. Cutright Fred McCollum, Jr. Lawrence A. Smith SENIORS James V. Kenny Charles C. Ulrich JUNIORS G. Everett Jordan Bertrand C. Schueman FRESHMEN John M. Connor Brinley R. M. Davies Glenn E. Miller Bernard E. Wall Raymond J. Moudry Franklin F. Wingard Harold R. Nettles Nick Stepanovich Manson C. Couch Edwin F. Lowenstein Harry L. Pate Theodore Thompson aw' 5-7 Rus Stepanovich Connor Perry Clorus Roy Pate Smith Wall McCollum Couch , F X liovaldi Williams Macdonald Schueman Cutright Craig Jordan I " FCFSUSOH Bawolak Davies Nettlcs Thompson Miller Brondas Sattgast "i Cerny Seerup Wingard Doney Holt Moudry Kenny Ulrich -'u Page 486 4 A A 4- A ,A-' 'km Q!-JN Q itil? tg , - Eugene P. Baker Kenneth Boyle William Rice Myron E. Beattie Henry Raish Omer T. Bantz Harvey E. Berg Lester Eck Randolph Forsberg A.A. V Founded, Oglethorpe University, 1923 I-'uurteen Active Chapters Lambda Chapter Established IQZS 1oo5 South Second Street O A L L L L ALDHALA BD TAU FACULTY Charles G. Howard, A.B., J.D. SENIORS Raymond Ruddock John C. Earl l C. Kenneth Harmison Howard E. Gotsch JUNIORS Russell Griffith Wesley C- Galllf SOPHOMORES Kenneth Fookg Mathew V. Liesenfelt F RESHMEN Raymond Johnson Frank Wilkins Raymond P. Le Jeune William J- Ofdishl .lf- ,,,,,.,., . Wilbert E. Karrenbrock, M.S. Perly T. Lupton J. L. Wiegreffe Leon Simmonds Omar Yeazal Norman Weber L. A. Butler S53 Le Jeune Johnson Karrenbrock Weber Eck Berg Wilkins Simmonds Harmison l-luntz Beattie Liesenfelt McElroy Rapp Grimlh Gotsch Wiegreffe Boyle Lupton Earl Ggult Baku- 5 T L 4 A A LA 2 Q Page 487 A A A A A James F. Bates Carl N. Challacombe Ragnar T. Anderson Virgil C. Dollahon Clayton P. Davis Henry A. Bengson Malcolm R. Derby if Founded, Wesleyan University, 1370 Fourteen Active Chapters 4 Qi Ili l'i Chapter egg listublishecl 1928 :ol linst Green Street L A A 4 4 - A V A A V FACULTY Paul H, Tracy, M,S, RiCl'lill'Cl E. Guulfl, BS. SENIORS Roger W. Derby Henry W. Keller Harry S. Walker Marvin B. Fierke Delmar E. Martensen jUN1oRs William A. Heinze Harry S. Kilian Leslie F. Ryburn Wilbur C. Iseminger Everett C. Larsen Ralph M. Seaton SOPHOMORES William L. Moyer L00 G, Nu,-mi FRESHMEN Carl A. Erickson William R. Paulsen Kenneth C. Suhr Richard T. Keller Stuart S. Sliney 55 ,, .. if X ll -llkvf I' wrke Martens:-n Chnllncombe W. Derby Seaton Bates H. Keller C- Anderson Moyer Kilinn Iseminger Nui-mi Heinze Davis Dollalion Ryburn " "' Paulsen LUVSUY1' M- DC'flJY Erickson Bengson Suhr R. Keller Slincy Page 488 Q Jslgflb. .. 19 l S '5 A A A A 4 4 4 4 jk. 5 L il? l.f:l.DDOQ+.l 4 A A g A.g. AA A George E. Atkinson Donald M. Brown Gordon B. Brown William C. Cassidy Robert L. Gougler Howard H. Hottes .' l. .'r, qiff Founded. University of Southern Cziliforni Five Active Chapters Della Chapter listalilislwrl 1928 407 lizisl Daniel Street !l,I A A A A 4 4 V ff II MAD IDELT Carroll C. Wiley, B.S., C.E. Harry R. Garing Donald R. Groff Frank Kochis Richard T. Larsen Edgar A. Luscombe FACULTY John s. cmndcll, ns., C.E.' SENIORS Willard C. King Joseph J. Power Oliver Place B. Lindley Pickett JUNIORS William F. Nissen Russell C. Smith Randall D. Smith William T. Thornborrow Albert A. Wells Marshall A. Wilson Leonard W. Winget SOPHOMORES Thomas A. Doyle Dallas Hershey Edwin A. .lcnney Vcfflln E- Slflff John A, Harvey Louis Wronske FRESHMEN Hasbrouck E. Christiana Armin W. Emmertz Allen C. Hottes L A 4 A A A A 4 'hir Staff Wronske Harvey A. Holtes Gougler Christiana H. Hottcs Doyle King limmcrtz Crandell Wiley il Groff Place Pickett D, Brown Atkinson Larsen Kochis G. Brown Wells Cassidy R. D. Smith 'li Luscomhc Wilson Winget jenney Garing Nissen R. C. Smith Hershey Page 489 U Q- -lr lr-4: as 1l1gp5,lUp lm. ll'Uv hi LA X D 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 s X 5 I yy John Granata Howard Benjamin Nicholos Binkhoff H. F. Shiplock Edward Ahlenfeld Dale Putman Charles Donaldson Cecil Clark Albert Straub William Wines Renilo Oliver Alfred Schnicden Frank Drake Roger Burch John Orlando Sally Spingola James Dente I 31x East CCLLEGE HALL Herchel Hill Louis Phelps Joseph Snider S. C. Kendeigh John Ralston Forrest Malone Clarence McMavana Palmer Muhl Charles Giannetti Dorn Pettit Malcolm Twichell Joseph Noti George Pohelski SENIORS Forrest Stricgle H, H. Eustis JUN1oRs George Coutrakon A. Dzekis Deep Isaac Cori SoPHoMoREs S. C. Pissenti Sarcefield Hannon Walter Mourant Jerome Gerstcl FRESHMEN 5 Oscar Pontor Clyde Smith Elmo Francis Thomas Day Green Street J. A. Hunson P. D. Giachini Jerome Henderson Joseph Kuhar Max Lockwood Victor Malone Bruce Miller Bruce DeLong Burton Simanich Edward Simanich Elmer Onderson Edo Pasetto Geno Connalli Ouv Dobbins -,..-..-.-..m sX n ? F ? ? N W :QQ SX -N 'X 'X 45 N5 Wx 'X 'x is sX .sX 1. li. ln. li. A. ln. Ii. 11. 0.10. I1. Ip. lf. li. Ia. I.. I I I I Page 490 fxfxfxa . Q' 'ir lHl IE1 1 '50 llll. l. l'uv v .A A' f 9 , . 1' X vw ' fv .Aw ILLI I HALL E. . MK YQ 4 I M 4 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 725 South Wright Street 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 9 5 9 5 x 9 . . . F J. J. Alloy Louis Eilers 9 G. E. Vorbach C. K. Willett 5 F. M. Schmidt J. M. Nalbach I F. H. Vesel E. C. Link 5 5 5 F. Szmagaj F Premuda f I. Schuman B. L. Wellman 9 F. Porcoro E. E. Wyatt , v S. Hayden M. Hall ? McKelfresh C. J. McKeown ' . Condron I 5 ' C. Pilkington L. M. Sullivan M. Goodson John Pirok J. Garard S. Piskur F. Hilgenberg E. Finch T. Main F. Hanalin Howard Turner R. Lund L. Burbank M. Jacobsen A. Moskoritz M. Liggett J. Hollowell T. Nalbach N. Mitts ' R. Larson S. Drdla G. Nelson A. Mitchell P. Lange R. W. Pashby R. M. Scherer I. Kraft S. F. Cummings, Jr. ghestelrlSchrom M. Vydareny . Bo enz SENIORS JUN1oRs SoPHoMoREs FRESHMEN W. H. Zuydhock J. F. Hahn R. B. Paulson Clyde Bowles M. Califf K. Huling D. Nicholson C. B. Land F. T. Kampe E. Walter A. Szmagaj M. Lipton C. Reincke W. Burglund C. Holoffe E. Sand B. Kapustka J. J. Sand M. Johnson Earl Schaefer L. Huff M. E. Turner P. A. Willett H. Mason Ned Barra Byron Fuller E. E. Lakemacher Guy Krummel Curtiss Stock D. Costa H. J. Goss L Carson S. Kapustka F Lovell S. Johnson I P. Moore T. B. Brockenbrough J. K. Serve S. Stanks F B C. A. M Bisbee F. Stahly Behrens Trowbridge arion Eilers J. Matthews F A. . Plombech Kowitz A ii ff' P F . ? N I -X .mx .sX .gk -nt .QX AX -nS .xX .QX 4tX .QX .sX .sX .A .A .A .sX - 11. lz. I 1. lp. I1. Ia. lp. 11. ln. lp Q Page 491 g V 'lr' IHI IE 1l.g,5,4Up lllL l v, xx? 1 T Al DIRECTORS NEWMAN ALI. REVERENIJ WILLIAM J. BERGIN, M.A. ROBERT E. KEI.I,EY, E.S REVEREND JOHN A. OlBRIEN, P1r.D MILTON J ACOESON LEONARD J. KNEEN OTTO T. LORENZ J. Gail Stanpiie J. E. Vaile Douglas D. Considine J. J. McNally Saul Weissman Francis H. Dwyer William E. Schultz, Jr. Bernard C. Mayberry William C. Cronin Paul P. Patlack Edward J. Steiner Harve R. Hcctman Clarence L. Boucon Charles F. Dillon Michael L. Meyer Isadore Fishman Jack Silberman Carl M. Johnson Samuel S. Miller COUNCIL BEN ALSTON VERNON ZITKA ALFRED RUBIN FACULTY Ray F. Dvorak SENIORS William Anderson Nicholas Jonescue Rosslyn E. Armbrister JUNIORS Patrick C. Nonnan Emanuel Shutan Glenn L. Anderson Herbert Gutstein Edward J. Wojciechowski Albert C. Sachtleben Edward H. Silverman Francis C. Wojtanowicsz Oren Harter Homer V. Lundeberg Leo G. Hess N. Simon S. Adler THOMAS G. PARKER JAMES DORSEY BENEDICT J. GOLTRA R. L. Hectorne Mayer D. Schlesinger Albert B. Raff Robert W. Bergan S. Cohen Jules Dashow George L. Cherry Joseph A. Patka Richard C. Malone Paul E. Cusak Frank J. Dobias Robert W. Boldt Richard Stern Emanuel Frazin Albert L. Palmer, Jr. Arthur B. Schum George Lows FRANK C. HEFFERREN GEORGE STUDNEY E. Amilotti John W. Baird Olaf W. Nelson Howard L. Jenkins Beverly E. Duffy Hess Rubin Art Gilkerson Herman J. Ziffren Charles T. Rimmerman Wm. J. Flootas ' Raymond A. Middleton Samuel Ruben Cecil W. Nysewander Benjamin B. Sabbath Maynard W. Woddard George Matthews Vx .A Ax Ax .A .A .xx ..x .es .A .ax .mx .A .mx .xx .A .xx .A .xx .ax ..xZx1,. 1,. 11. 11. 1,. 0. 11. 11. 0. 11. I.. 1,. 11. A. 11. 1,. 1. A. 1 1 Q , . Page 492 Wk, Y 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 7 1 7 5 9 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 s f 0 r 4, l. Vxfvxf U W V 0 A 'll' IHI IE mug, 5,1115 ll g i, , v w LA' MAN HALL Leonard D. Levite H. Rosenfeld Louis Schlesinger Bernard Wall David V. Wachsman Carl C. Walsh Jack W. Mohler Vetol J. Jasinski John P. McCullen John W. Blodgett Jerry W. Smith Herman H. Weinberg Kernit R. Clorida John J. Dwyer Joseph E. Conklin George W. Spellmire Charles E. Braun William E. Alston Howard S. McFarland Harry Geiger Kenneth Erickson Earl Blumenthal Alex A. Sax T. Fredrick Cannel Charles Gordon Francis G. Power rv 1 Lr:oNAxzo A. Buzzeu. . .... . . President ANTHONY W. LINKONIS . - - Tfea-WVU' CHARLES C. MCANDREWS . . . . Secretary Robert S. Haldman, J Zemore A. Aderv Herman M. Lazerson Norman W. Bass G. E. Chappell Clayton T. Krein Ben Chimers Julius F. Elman Watt J. Hunt William H. Hunter George N. Rulkle George P. Wagner, Jr. George J. Lobstein William K. Haught Gilbert Abrams Morton S. Abelson Eugene V. Morrissy Richard L. Strodbel Frank S. Bryson Silas Wallk Samuel B. Shapiro Arthur J. Hoffman H. Arthur Grennan Harold J. Bary Richard Broderic Robert C. Kennedy Carl Cederbloom Herbert V. Ackerman Howard Lehman Harold J. Shinnick William G. Fuzak Julian H. Sobel Robert L. Klaus William H. Maxant A. Lawrence Grisel Gilbert Geller Harold Schonenberg Ario Long R. K. Reid Dee Fox Donald A. Doughty Clarence Dreschel James Contratto Dave W. Klibanow William J. Reed Albert S. Bliss Joe A. Romanoff . John H. Armstrong William R. McConnel Eugene P. Murray Joy W. Hill Milton A. Dushkin Edward A. Timm John C. Seehass Carroll F. Appleby Gerald Levin Wm. Rourke Bernard H. Moretzky Samuel Alschell Robert F. Donaldson Ignatius D. Milenski Joseph C. Schumacher Myron E. Herzog Robert I. Tenney Edward T. Larkin Charles T. Bumgart Howard R. McNally Guy V. Calabrese Elden B. Buckles Harold H. Becker Raymond N. Bart Clyde J. Casmidy Howard Evans John C. Downey Tom F. Dooley Earl W. Wells Glenn C. Reed Harry F. Manning A Q Francis P. O'Neill Lawrence Fricke Joseph S. Zelac Harold B. Jewell Albert K. Levinstein Marshall Grunwald Harry Frese Howard C. Smith William A. Brietzke Warren T. Greenleaf Thomas W. Dcmint Leo G. Pryma x William S. Carey Henry D. Camino Norman Olsen George C. Criner P Frank J. Reddy Edward Pierr Forest M. Randolph Dominick E. Fraboni Q Lewis W. Barco Thomas Sullivan Jack F . Pickrel P 21- -I six sX .K -R A -ts .ex .R -A Ax .ax Ax ..x .ax .tx .A Ax .ax .ax -A Asian- A. 0. 1.. 1,. 11. 15. 15. 1,. 0. 1.. 1,. 1.. 1. 0. 1,- 1. I.- I.. lp ,Q 4 Page 493 22? 1rnHlll-:1l1gp5,1Up llIL I' v v' yv ys s S yn xv Frank Chauvet, M.D. F. Falls, M.D. Nelson Percy, M.D. Earl E. Blanck Clay S. Boswell Virgil Murphy James Taylor John Schindler james Davis Oscar Bucek Fred Seymour LA iii Harold D. Singer, M.D. ll. Thomas, M.D.' Carlos Reed, Ph.D. Frank E. Drew Louis F. Kompare William Smith Robert Hemphill Arthur Neeseman Norlhwertern CII i, - ..,? W. in ., 4' :nf , Founded Medical School H390 Twenty -eight Active Chapters lien Chapter Established 1894 oo South Ashland Blvd. Chicmo FACULTY Frederick Tice, M.D. Edmund Andrews, M.D. Harold S. Hulbert, M.D, SENIORS Frank E. Nagel Justin R. Nash JUNIORS Julius Ossman Charles Mack SOPHOMORES Karl Schlegel FRESHMEN I Harold V. Wadsworth Bernard Fantus M,D, Peter Bassoe , , Robert E. Reagan George F. Wollgagt Robert Knapp David Kweder 4 4 4 J All' as I4 4 4 4 4 I IQ MA 4 4 ' Siu ' 4 K In cn: n 4 4 fl.-'lag-.ev 4 4 4 N .' 4 , K ' ' 4 , 4 1 4 7 . , 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 S M D E y Q , M D 4 4 4 4 Q 4 Q C 0 Hilbert Jabby George Rezek Delmar Domke Raymond Donovan Otto Stellecht P N P ? 4 5 f 4 5 1 . fi - S P J 5 Mack Bucek Rezek Seymour Jabby Kweder Donovan Knapp Domke Stclleeht 1 9 Davis Schindler Hemphill Neesemun Ossmun Schfegcl Smith Taylor Murphy 4 Q Nagel ' Wollgast Nash lllzinck Boswell Selden Komparc ' I s 1 l 4 x . . P I :SQ .ox .ax .gk .mx ,ax .ex .xX .A X AX . .Q x8 s sX .sX Zx 11. I1 V lr. I1 Ia. lp. li. 4. ln. ln. 14. 11. II. I.. I1.. 1,. 1, EZ. 'Q Page 494 Bennet R. Parker, B.S., M.D. Richard A. Lifvendahl, B.S., M.D. Willard Van Hazel, A.B., M.D. William C. Doepp, B.S., M.D. John R. Johnson, B.S., M.D. Amos P. Bratrude, B.S., M.D. Paul H. McDaniel, B.S., M.D. Percy A. Staley Jack W. Schori Charles P. Whalen Waldo W. Wynekoop Arthur D. Wilson Harry E. Ryan ,K -' 99 'ir in-nu: 1lug,5,1Ub lIlL ll'Ur A 'gi sail' .EA ' uaiggzifii fl. Q f YK ""'ij2s' Founded, Dartmouth College, 1888 Forty-eight Active Chapters Eta Chapter Estulmlislied I899 SI2 South Ashland Blvd., Chicago FACULTY William L. Noble, M.D. Duane W. Propst., A.B., B.S., M.D. Frank G. Murphy, B.S., M.D. Henry E. Irish, M.D. Julius H. Hess, M.D. DCUIQIS R-Cr1l0,B-S-,M-11 Charles Davison, M.D., A.M. John D. Koucky, B.S., M.D. Archie J- Graham- B-S-, M-D Benjamin F. Lounsbury, B.L., M.D. Robert W. Keeton, A.B., M.S., M.D. Robert L. Furby, MD- Edward L. Heintz, Ph.G., M.D., D.Sc.Lindon Seed, B.A., M.S., M.D. Walter R. Fischer, B.S., M.D Hallard Beard, B.S., M.D. Charles H. Phifer, M.D. HCUFY R-P-mlq0rS011.B.S.,M.D. Norval Pierce, M.D. Leonard F. Weber, M.D. L. Wade Martin- MD- SEN1oRs Dwight W. Anderson Donald G. Mershon Dan C. OI-Ile Robert J. Burns Waldo E. Murphy R0lJ01'f L- Paxton Marshall O. Boudry Roland C. Nelson Hugh A- Ra5mU5SCn JUN1oRs Alvin H. Clark Kenneth P. Johnson Alfred G- Rice Marc J. Hughes Harold Muus James J. Rodgers Dan D. Jamison SOPHOMORES Ranson B. Baker Edwin F. Dieterich Theodore N- Raffcffy FRESHMEN George F. Brooks Murray S. DuMont J- Sfanlcy MCIm0Sh Herman H. Carr Thomas A. Gillen Armand J- Mauzcy Wayne D. Chaffer Howard G. Diesner Howard A. Finney Clarence F. Kelley Emmanuel A. Komin ik Harry D. Miller Alfred J. Movius Paul L. Shallenbcrger Arthur H. Schumache William H. Walton I' Movius Schumacher Diesner Miller Shallenberger Dulllont Kelly Ryan McIntosh Finney Whalen Kgminik Mauzey Rafferty Hughes Rice Clark Dieterich Wilson Baker Glllen Chaifer Walton Brooks Carr Jamison Muus Rodgers Schori Murphy Rasmussen Paxton Staley Mershon Anderson l - -L x X A -A .A -ty Ax A Ax Ax .ax .mx ..x .mx .xx .A Ax .A .mx - 0. A. 1 0. 1,. 0. A. 1,. A. 1.. 0. 1,- 1.. 1.- 1.. lp IQ4 Q Page 495 9 9 5 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 9 9 5 9 I 1 9 9 9 9 9 9 l 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 .0 W' v 'v 'v lv AA r v sri 4:V AL LA' S. F. Bradel, D.D.S. G. W. Dittmar, D.D.S. W. B. Downs,- D.D.S. T. W. Humble, D.D.S Sheldon F. Bell Morris B. Bell Herbert W. Anderson William A. Becker Charles M. Buckman Mark R. Baldwin James B. Fitzgerald Thad Bruin Henry Bigelow Orlyn Gingrich Joseph Bernier Leslie Braun George Carey Jean Cappell Edwin Crabbe Cecil Helmar ', Y As DELT II MA DELT . vs -Ax .-'T' . Q . ,wa .L .-v .b..' :' . -1. Founded, University of Michigan, 1331 Thirty Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established xoox S16 South Ashland Blvd., Chicago FACULTY R. G. Kesel, D.D.S. F. B. Noyes, A.B., D.D.S., D.Sc. L. Schultz, Jr., D.D.S., M.D. L. Schultz, D.D.S., M.D. SEN1oRs Clarence W. Hansen Earl G. Jacobson Henry Langheinz JUNIORS Renatto Gerno William R. Gubbins SoPr1oMoR1zs Norman Johnson Edward Kramp FRESHMEN George Jacks Kenneth Johnson Leonard Litvin Frederick A. McCutcheon James A. B. Morrissey W. H. Kubacki, D.D.S. K. F. Knudtzon, D.D.S. D. M. Gallie, D.D.S. E. J. Krejci, D.D.S. Charles LeSchofs George Marquardt M. Dee Medlin Jack M. Zick Einar Holand Hugh Mead Robert Riemers Milford Nelson' Michael Pauli John Quinn Edward Sahlstrom Stanley Servine F. B. Moorehead, M,S, B IEDSS., M.D. ' ' - ippy, B.S., D.D.S., M. '. W. I. Williams, D.D,S 5 Walter Walter A. Ringle Stanley S. Whittier Floyd Hirth Maynard K. Hine Peter Wlodkowski Allen Shirley Herbert Weis Ralph Skudstad Carl Somrnerfeld Robert Stephan Herbert Steinmeyer Robert Wisterman i - Litvin Steinmeyer Stephan Sommerfeld Servine Quinn Wistermnn Helmar Carey Nelson Jacks Morrissey Pauli Gubbins Hine Hirth Gingrich Bigelow Rieniers N. Johnson Shirley Gerno Braun Mead Weis S.Bell Whittier Miller M.Bcll Dr. Downs Dr. Kesel Hansen Dr. Knudtzon Jacobson Marquardt Medlin Bucknian Fitzgerald Cappell McCutcheon Becker Zick Wlodkowski Sahlstrom Crabbe K. Johnson Skudstad Bernier Huland Anderson LeSch0fg Baldwin EZ? '1ruHnE1ltgp5,iUp im. I IfUv G M MA l1.h.h. 0. 11. l:.l'.l1 lp Ip Ip I I1 I 1 1 , , Page 496 W. 1 ' I A A 7 . Foley, Bs., M.D. . A. Hedb1om,M.A.,D.Sc.,Ph.D., ,fxxxf 'P '1rlHllE1l.g,5,1Up IIIL Lll'll '- xv' ,vu vw L4 YQ X ggi? -L RA I BETA DI 3 I l afyzts. ,. 1 Q V. -fi BUY? 'ax QB .n 'n. n .Q 'P' Af Q... Founded, University of Pittsburg, 1891 Thirty-six Active Chapters Iota Chapter Established I902 709 South Ashland Blvd., Chicago H. O. Deuse, B.S., M.D. G M.D. M. L. Blatt, M.D. J. T. Groot, B.S., M.D. J. S. Altman A. J. Mathis J. W. Gray A. L. Mathis B. L. Roberson G. C. McGinnis M. M. Montgomery . G. McMillan P. V. Brinley . V. Brown B. B. Burns F. C. Harris F. J. Twohey A. Galloway J. C. Fclts A. J. Cerny A. F. Barnett F. K. Smith F. E. Wilson R. H. Irving C. M. Dixon L. L. Love L. W. Baird . M. B. McQueen O. Firth . P. Dreyer, A.B., Ph.D. A f A FACULTY F. S. Wilson, Ph.G., M.D. F. L. Stone, M.D. SENIORS R. C. Boren A. J. Toman C. W. Stuart JUNIORS J. W. Stevens R. H. Allison O. L. Abbott SOPHOMORES W. A. Nye L. L. Thelen FRESHMEN B. E. Montgomery J. J. Payne E. A. Thacker . M. W. Prescott, B.S., M.D. W. H. Theobald, B.S., M.D. C. E. Humiston, M.D., D. Sc. 0. H. Rohrlock, Ph.G., M.D. A. F. McLaughlin R. H. Smith M. L. Ostrom ' W. E. Barton W. E. Glass H. W. Eggers J. F. Merritt T. R. Hudson Theodore Hartley Frank Urban H. R. Varney W. J. Copeland . .VJ .I Y I - Iva-ll. Wilson Irving Firth Barnett Varney Merritt Hudson Galloway Felts Thelen I-'.K.Smith B. li. Montgomery Urban Copeland Payne Baird Thacker Nye Allison Stevens Glass McMillan Barton Harris Burns Brinley Brown Abbott Twohey Eggers Love McQueen Cvrny A. L. Mathis R.H. Smith lioren Tuman Roberson McGinnis J.A. Mathis McLaughlin Gray Dixon Hartley l I s MA - lr. Ii. IA. ln. II. I1. Ia. lp. 11. Ip. la W. Q Page 497 5 D 9 5 5 ? 3 5 s I IXZXIXA lx ISI! .5 A4 9 9 a a 4 9 5 9 9 9 3 5 9 9 U 'U' 54 YK 'll' lHl IE 'lllgjjpnl ll IL l l i' V. T. Nylander, A.B., D.D.S. S. D. Tylman, A.B., D.D.S. J. S. Kellogg, D.D.S. George Blake George Flick Carl Anderson H. M. Anderson Paul Bass Ted Sakowski Raymond Kindlesperger Charles Sarsoun Harold Foster Robert Campbell Casimir Siniarski FACULTY E. C. Wach, Ph.G., D.D.S. C. F. Kolar, B.S., D.D.S. john Kleczewski Carl I amb Stanley Becker Thomas DeVito Edmund Sroka Richard Scott Albert Kmb William Hogan F. W. Mahlke Felix Jokela SENIORS jUN1oRs SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN DII EISA .. .l ' 1' 1 x.: " 9 y 5 .I ,, F , .Q. Founded, llaltimore, Maryland, 1891 'l'liirty-nine Active Chapters Beta Alpha Chapter Iistablished 1902 712 South Ashland Blvd., Chicago R. A. Jentzsch, D.D.S. M. E. Galvin, D.D.S. kenneth Lunak Walter Maddox Roy Haebich John Holub Don Riedl Carlyle Glcssner Philip Wyckoff James Neal Hou ard Robertson Charles Cronk G. Matula, D,D,S, W- Mann, D.D.S. C- Young, B.s., D.D.S. Lester Rebman Ralph Kane Ted Weclewski Lynn Wilkinson Walter Fredricks Fred Mackh Everett Walters J . MacElroy lxnndluperger 1 rtdncks Wilkinson Sarsoun Ritdl Nhckh Scott Qakowskx C Anderson wdlgcl-5 Iamb Dr llhnn Ixleczuiski Il Anderson Dr Bcnbow Dr Mwtula Lunak Dr Wach Maddov Campbell kn lb Hog in DeVito Robcrlson Slniarski Cronk M ihlkc Jokela Nea Wyckoff ? , 9 . 9 ? ? F K Qu B 5 N ? . Y s K - S . . . . ? 5 , 5 P 5 5 DrllYnn Dyke Glessner ' Bass l-Iolub Blake Foster Rebman 'Flick Becker l-Im-bich Wedewski Q , Z : ' I . E' . . . I , ll P 'I Q - r . s sX X X - A A I W 4 , -fx , x as As. as -tx .xx Ax Ax .xx - x .A - Q. .Q A 0. 0. 1 - 0 1, 1 - 1,. 11 0. 0. 1,. 1.. 0. 1- A I: I: I I, Page 498 QP 'lr a-a is ll-glgagl ll is ui.. K 4st A, N. 'y K. 4 55 zgv f - V ... I Q Q 4 N N I CH ' I S 131 N W. .uh Vtzlyaffliflf s tiff' s ' 202. Zvi 4 4 Found:-rl, Q University of Vermont, 1889 Q Fifty-six Active Chapters N Ulmsilon Iota Chapter Q listabllsherl IOIO 1642 West Jackson Blvd., Clriczlgo N N N X FACULTY N C. O. G. Almquist, M.D. J. J. Theobald, M.D. L- J- Wilhfflmlv MD- H- M- ROSS, M-D- X A. Van der Kloot, M.D5 V. E. Emmel, Ph.D., M.D. F.J-Jlrka-M-11 J- W- HZIFHCII, MD- 4 V. A. Ross. M.D. L. L. Arnold, M.A., M.S., M.D. H. F. Meyer, M.D. A. L. Sawyer, M.D. N S. E. Brown, M.D. C- 0- R1lCh, M-D Q SENIORS Laurence G. Balding Carl E. Clark Alfred P. Klomhaus GCOFI-Z0 I- M0y0r Q Edward J, McNulty Lovell A, Ngal Charles O. Smith Fra-clcrick D. O'Donnell g Clement P. O'Neill JUNIORS W, E, Burton A, T, Hurt L. S. Varzino R. C. McCool F. G. Hendrickson M. H. Seifert H. O. Lonll L- P- MCG0lflriCk W, E, Mason j, G, Meal-ns E. S. Bosby ' I. E. kavency O 0. B. Giltner L. B. Knight F- G- PISRCWIS J . E. Stroh ' ' D, W, Rifg ' j. W. Moreland 4 SoPHoMoREs 4 W. H. Baer H. J. Bell T. M. Carow H. P. Dorman J L. F. Gulbrandsen R. H. Newell R. R. 015011 F. L. Quillman 1 L. J. Rossitcr M. C. Schell W. A. Stark M. T. Taylor 4 C. F. Waters C. F. Wente J. F. Wlxtcd J 4 FRESHMEN H. G. Becker D. A. Bennett J. S. Chobot R. B. Collins J. E. Cravens G. H. Edwards F. C. Endres A. L. Ennis R. G. Hickerson E. C. Holmgrem J. A. Hubata D. S. Jaffray J. A. Lcgier T. J. Neriem T. M. Koppa P. M. Rice G. E. Ronstrom W. F. Sayles M. J. WCFHCI' I J. A. Layman 4 I l l l l I I . 4 Mason Rice Legler Jaffray Endres Schell Wixted Sayles Newell Holmgrem Werner Summers Gillner Becker Hickerson Piskewis Burton Gulbrandscn Knight Layman Kavcncy Chobot Collins Ennis Mc-urns Neriem Edwards Carow Quillman 4 Olson Varzino 0'Neill Meyer Smith McNulty O'Donncll Neal Balrlinlr Clark Wt-me Long Stark Dorman I Cravens McGoldrick Bell Taylor Bennett Stroh Hubata KOITDJI Moreland Ronstrom Baer ' I4 x x x Ax ,.x .ax .xx Ax .ex .xx -x X .xx .Q KM A l,. 11. 0.11. II. lf. 11. 11. A. 1.. 0. 1,. 1. Hr. 1- fu Page 499 99 'ir it-me qlfgpg :Ui IIIL LlI'Ub 'gi ' Al' YYYY Albert H. Clark, Ph.G., B.S. Hugh L. Davis, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. William B. Day, Ph.G., Pharm.M. John A. Dorjahn, Ph.G. Otto Bark Charles L. Bordner John W. A. Bernbrocl: Gerald W. Baldridge Herbert A. Berry John Biederman Victor A. Cole Dante R. Barone Clarence W. Burns FACULTY Herbert M. Emig, Ph. G., B.S. Edmund N. Gathercoal, Ph.G. Lewis E. Martin, Ph.G. Sherman H. Morrison, Ph.G., B .S., M.S. Howard J. Ermeling Edwin Foster Elmer T. Fritsch Lawrence A. Goslin Edward H. Gohlson Ralph A. Goetzman Philip W. Harding James L. Carroll Richard C. Dodge SENIORS JUNIORS KADDA IDII Founded, Medical College of Virginia' 1397 Forty-three Active Chapters Chi Chapter Established x9ro 6x4 South Ashland Blvd., Chigjqgg Joseph C. Ocenasek Ph.G. R l h E T gf05gcLf'SRlcnd?g'v Ph-C Gzfiise L Xilgllsrgrh Iqh 8 SB Isa S y C . now, .G., A.M. El ' Lawrence Templeton, Ph.C., B.S. mer H Wu-th Ph C B S M S Emil R. Hirsch Joseph C. Hooper Gordon E. Johnson Stanley F. Kopecky Charles F. Merdian William R. McCrotty Phil W. Nieman Hubert M. Darnell Walter F. Fenton George L. Rumbaugh Louis H. Rickelman Carl F. Schaede Carl G. Selmer George F. Sieffert Vernon C. Traub Harold A. Vick Herbert J. Lacey James B. Markland Fenton Darnell Goetzman Hooper Bordner KODOCRY MCCTUUY Harding Bark Merdian Foster Goslin Bost Bernbrock Gohlson FrilSCll Lacey Schnedc Sid-ren Hirsch Rumhaugh Riendeau lirmling Wirth Snow Martin Johnson Cgle Carroll Berry Burns Vick Biederman Baldridge Markland Dodge Selmer Page 500 AAQQA A Zshbxbba if 'Il' IHIIE1 fggjaflb " YQ .gg gy , 834 South Ashland Blvd., Chicago Cornell University, 1903 Forty-two Active Chapters LA I DELT 924 . in . g Founded, Alpha Alpha Chapter Established 1918 FACULTY Haim I. Davis, M.D. Charles Newberger, B.S., M.D. Maurice J. Rose, B.S., M.D. Max E. Fisch, M.S., M.D. Maurice Lewison, M. D. Frank Max Wittelle, B.S., M.D. Milton H. Kronenberg, B.S., M.D. Jacob Fischer, B.S., M.D. Egan Walter Fischmann, M.D. Max S. Wien, B.S., M.D. George S.LivingSt0I1,B-5-,M-S-,M-D MGX T- Bolotin, B-Sa MD- Jacob Meyer, M.D. Ben Z. Rappaport, B.S., M.D. Seymour J. Cohen Alfred P. Solomon, A.B., M.D. Isadore Pilot, M.D. Francis Loeffier Lederer, B.S., M.D. Jacob M. Mora, B.S., M.D. Sherman L. Shapiro, B.S. M.D. Harry A. Singer, B.S., M.D. Ellis B. Freilich, M.D. Thomas P. Saltiel, B-5-, MD- Henry H- Rubin- B-5-, MD- Samuel A. Levinson, M.S., M.D. Maxwell P. Borovsky, B.S., M.D. Harry O. Maryan, B.S., M.D. S. Weiner, M.D. Arrie Bamberger, B.S., M.D. Joseph Greengard, B.S., M.D. David A. Willis, B.S., M.D. Sergius F. Arquin, B.S., M.D. Solomon Maxwell Goldberger, M.D. Abraham F. Lask, B.S., M.D. Morris L. Parker, B-S-, MD- William Boikan, B.S., M.D. Joseph K. Calvin, B.S., M.D. Michael Henry Streicher,M.S.,M.D. Benjamin M. Levin, B.S., M.D. SENIORS Irving R. Abrams, B.S. Perry J. Melnick, B.S. Harold A. Roth, BS- David C- Simlm- B-3- Melvin L. Afremow, B.S. Leo F. Miller, B.S. Bcnla-min Seidl 35- Fred D- Stone, B-5- Salmon A. Koff, B.S. Maurice Miller, B.S. Arthur L. Shafton, B-A-, BS- GCOTIIC S- W0iSS- B-5- David Mansowitz, B.S. Abraham I. Ramenofsky, B.S. Harold E. Silverman, B.S. Henry Wolf, B.S. JUNIORS David M. Banen, B.S. Albert H. Jenkins, B,S, Earl M. Lustgartcn, A.B., B.S. Herbert Sachs, B.S. Irving Dreyer, B.S. Louis Joseph, B.S. Sidney Mesirow, B.S. Louis W. Shabat, B.S. Benjamin Eisenberg, B.S. Sol Kaufman, B.S. Robert Rodin, B.S. Henry A. Siegal Milton W. Eisenstein, B.S. Noah Koenigsberg, B.S. Perry ROSS, B-S Louis D. Steinberg, B.S. Eugene Isadore Falstein, B.S. Philip Thofck, B-5- SoPHoMoREs I-0011 J. Aries A Bernard M. Cohen Hyman J. Kaplan, A.B. Louis B. Shapiro Solomon I. Benensohn David Cohen Reuben Klein, A.B. Emanuel Taft Charles R. Bloom jacob Edinburg Eugene G. Lipow, Ph.G. Louis A. Terman Henry I. Chapman Daniel Feiman Lester Riskind Howard Zeitlin F RESHMEN Samuel I. Ditkowsky Robert Henner Nathan A. Masor Edward E. Sideman Maurice I. Edelman David Lerner Joe S. Miller Norman M. Shure Leon Erenburg Ben Lichtenstein Milton MJ Moskowitz Jack W. Wall Milton A. Handelman Morris Weiss , l 1 - T Handelman B. Cohen Riskind Zeitlin Bloom Aries Taft Chapman Kaplan Edelman Erenburg Lipow Feiman Edinburg Ross Joseph Shabat Lustgarten Steinberg jenkins Sachs Mesirow Lerner M. Weiss Falstein Leo Miller Mansowitz Koff Afremow Roth Wolf M. Miller Dreyer Iiisenstein Bunen Rodin Ditkowsky Moskowitz Wall Lichtenstein Masor Shure J. Miller Henner , l if KKKQQK Abs, ,flzhilfazzazffxau K6 - Q. A - 1. Q. 1. .. 1. p. .. 1. Q. T7 Page 501 nf W u' 'ir ni-41151 tgjjgul im. L n '- D in vi viv A gs! ' f v I "' l IDIQDIQIT I DEX Alpha Chi Omega . . GGG 509 Alpha Delta Pi . . . 516 Alpha Delta Theta . 530 Alpha Epsilon Phi . . 520 Alpha Gamma Delta . 513 Alpha Omicron Pi . . 514 Alpha Phi . . 525 Alpha Xi Delta . . 511 Beta Phi Alpha . . . 527 Beta Sigma Omieron . 536 Bethany Circle . . . 539 Chi Omega .... 510 Congregational House 541 Davenport House . . 542 Delta Delta Delta . . 521 Delta Gamma . 512 Delta Phi Epsilon . . 535 Delta Zeta . . . 522 Gamma Phi Beta . 517 Kappa Alpha Theta . 506 Kappa Delta . . . 528 Kappa Kappa Gamma 5o8 Kappa Sigma Tau . . 532 Lambda Omega . 529 McKinley Hall . . 543 Phi Mu . . . 523 Phi Omega Pi . . 515 Phi Sigma Sigma . 531 Pi Beta Phi . . . 507 Pi Lambda Sigma . 537 Presbyterian Hall ......... . . 540 Sigma Alpha Iota ...................... , 533 Sigma Delta Tau ....... ' .......... ...... , 534 Sigma Kappa ....................... , 513 Sigma Phi Beta ....................... , 533 Theta Phi Alpha ...................... . 5,9 Theta Upsilon ..., , ................... . 526 West Residence Hall ..................... , 545 Woman's Residence Hall ................,.. u 544 Zeta Tau Alpha ...................... I 524 A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A .A -A .A - Zx - 0. 0. I I.. 0. 1.. A. 1 1, 1 1 1 1 L N Page 504 A DAN-HELLENIC CUUNCII. OFFICERS Gianviuse KAPPUS . EL1zA1uz1'H ELICH . . ALVENA REICHMANN . . . . . President . . . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer 5 MEMBERS 7 Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Omicron Pi Delta Zeta Lambda Omega I Helen Finch Ethel Hull Gervaisc Kalinus Harriet Meyer 5 Mary Roberts Dorothy Lannon Elizabeth Elich Charlotte Ziegler 5 Al h . . . . . a D lt Th t 5 Pi Beta Phi Phi Omega Pi Phi Mu il I E a e a e en 5 Alberta Lewis Helen Kimball Miriam Beall Grace Marx: Q Theresa Lemercier Louise Still Alma SDCIICCI' 5 7 Phi Sigma Sigma Z Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Delta Pi Zeta Tau Alpha Leonore Ehrlich 5 Margaret Goodman Margaret Mowrey FFHHCOS Ellbacll Jerrye Jacobson 5 Isabel Foster Genevieve Sorensen Darnetz Houts 7 Kappa Sigma Tau i 9 . , . Carolyn Stuebbe y Alpha Chi Omega Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Phi Alice Churchill K Irma Carlisle Margaret Otis Mary Jane Cox Q Frances Groth Dixie Mason Grace LOCkh8l'l Sigma Alpha Iota 9 Catherine Lockle 5 Chi Omega Alpha Gamma Delta Beta Sigma Omicron Mfnjone Golden I Q, Grace Parkhill Katherine Kimball Ruth Siemer , l ' Betty Miller Doris Hall Helen Sleppica P' Lambda Sigma Alice McGinty . Helen Tobias Alpha Xi Delta Theta Phi Alpha T hem Uefilfm Dorothy Jueal Madlynn Boos niauflne Bvyd Sigma Delta Tau Thelma Brandenburg Alvena Reichmann hvclvn Foster fl-hym Kanter . Catherine Rosenberg Delta Gamma Alpha Epsilon Phi B650 Phi Alfhfl . Delta Phi E 'l Betty Parrish Ethel Lee Klein Elfle Pendleton S . PM on Betty Lytle Eleanor Lubling Alice Bvnnfd ' arah Nwdernlan Rebecca Rubin Sigma Kappa Delta Delta Delta Kappa Della Sigma Phi Beta Helen Sawyer Dorothy Fieberg DOFUUW Lee Julia Neville Alice Rochenbach Jeannette Senne Edna WOOISCY Ruth Roodhouse S 9 l 5 Kappus Reichmann Elich I ll- I :fix ,ex .ex -ex ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .ex .xx .ex .ex .ex .A .ex .ex .ex .ex .xfR.0. 1,. 0. 0. 0. 0. he A. h. 11. 0. 1,. 1.. 1,. 11. 1,. 1, 1,. 1,. 1. fQ5a Y I-L-J VV... V Page 505 AA 5 Maurine Taylor Henrietta Underwood Virginia Gallaher Ruth Caldwell Susan Deuel Caroline Smieding Anna Mae Richardson Dorothy Wheeler Irene Doalen Ella Shortess Virginia Amsbary Katherinne Hawbaker Frances Ebcrlcin 1 f ' 9 v ffl in 5 6, X SL. . - l"n.untlt'tl, llel'auw University, ISYO Filly-seven Active Chapters Delta Chapter l-Istablislied 1895 611 East Daniel Street A A 4 A 4 4 A A 4 4 4 A 4 4 A A IYAIDIDA ALDI-IA T ET Marjorie Wilson Gladys Shaw Rachel Hill Virginia B. Smith L. Margaret Carr Ethel Young Ellinore Carroll Elizabeth Schneider Marjorie Bowman Aileen Durin Winifred Haven Elizabeth Furst Frances Hunt Mary Margaret Glenn Alice Goulding JUNIORS Albercline Hatcher Margaret Guild Greta Gill SOPHOMORES Emily Johnson Bernice Stephens Eunice Collins Eleanor Clark FRESHMEN Virginia Sherman Louise Cameron Florence Martin Annette Scholl Helen Merryweather Mary Roberts Hazel Bowman Mary Louise Mowbray Billie Farnham Virginia Wilkes Margaret Railsback Frances Campbell Nancy Mead Mary V. Wright ,,? Wright Eberlein Hunt Scholl iv Sliortess Durin Clark Railsback M. Bowman Sherman Campbell Cameron Haven Mead Hawbaker Furst Martin Guild I' ' H. Bowman Deucl Carr Gill Smiediml Young Johnson Farnham Carroll Stephens Wilkes Wheeler Schneider Colllns ' Taylor Underwood Wilson Shaw Glenn Gallaher Merryweathcr Hill Hatcher Roberts Caldwell Smith Mowbray Page 506 fv Founded Aitlllllllllllll College, 1867 " Seventy-hve Active Cliztpters . ,t Illinois Zeta Chapter listublislled 1895 1005 South Wright Street 'E' v' +n.fz.ssss.2 'ter M ff I l rl . . . A 1 A A A g .4.A. Q . A - g A A A IDI BETA I3 I FACULTY Maria Leonard, A.M. Nelle M. Signor, A.B., B.L.S. Willa K. Garver, B.L-5- Lillian M- Hiltilcld, P11-D. E. Lucille Welch, A B., M.A. Ruth A. Wardall, A.M. M- LCC Elhcrvdsc, iM-Do Df-P-H- SENIOR5 Martha D. Robb Olivia G. Brennan Cecile G. Gilroy Betty K. Settlemire Ruth E. Bresee Katheryn A. Burrows Emma Jane Shepherd Ruth Nixon Marjorie C. Stockdale Elizabeth Stoolman Helen M. Porterheld Charlotte G. Parker Mary Jane Hutton Marybclle Kimmel Mary E. Gatewood Anita B. Wood Ruth C. Martin Letitia Ward Wesa E. Dale Verna B. Daily Francis Hickman Lucille Triebel M. Dorothy Miller LaNelle Laurence Grace Louise Keiser Louise Rickard Patricia V. Russell Jane Busch Florence A. Kleppinger Marjorie L. Egbers Therese A. Lemercier JUNIORS Alberta F. Lewis Ann E. Putnam Mary Lou Norris SoPHoMoREs Marjorie Plew Gene N. Sherman Jo M. Townsend ' F RESHMEN Glcnita Hobbs Elizabeth Howell Jane M. Sandusky Louise Haire Helen L. Miller Rowena E. Wells Martha A. Baethke Alene E. Bratton Beulah D. Jones Gretchen Stein Catherine N. Hughes L. Ruth Browning Mary Ann Carson Margaret R. Sattley Margaret F. Mathis Alice M. Daugherity 5. . ' Hughes Porteriield Stein Plew Daugherity Dale Rickard Sandusky Hutton Haire Hobbs Kimmel 1:3 Sherman Parker Gatewood Mathis Sattley Keiser Bratton Putnam Miller Nixon Russell Busch Howell Browning -'S Hickman Jones Lewis Norris Bresee Townsend Laurence Stoolman Stockdale Shepherd Treibel D. Miller Carson ' 1 Burrows Daily Settlemire Lemercier Martin Kleppinger Brennan Gilroy Ward Baethke Wells Wood Robb Egbers ,. ,ig 4 L A A A AA .3- E Q Page 507 A AA Catherine Richter, A.B. Catherine J. Brand Alice M. Henderson Mary Ann Eidman Virginia M. Bates Lucille Machiels Elizabeth Dc Berard Frances Ray Nedra Grimes Barbara Phares Irene Boyer Mary Funk Hope Thalman vi Founded, Monmouth College, 1870 Fifty-seven Active Chapters Beta Lambda Chapter Established 1899 uoz South Lincoln Avenue A A 4 4 - 4 A . , A IYAIDDA IYADIDA GAMMA Harriet Barto, A.M. Catherine M. Seiter Virginia Mumford Isabel Foster Margaret Goodman Helen Johanson Ruth Tinsley Rosamond Ryburn Sara Moffatt Juliet Connors Lois Webster Frances Simpson, B L S M L Evaline A. Pettigrew Kathryn E. Peterson Catherine Clarke JUN1oRs Josephine McCormick SoPHoMoREs Claire F. Abbott Gladys Scior Martha Baker Margaret Tilden FRESHMEN Jane Zinn Helen Tegge Alice T. McCormick F. Elizabeth Powell Virginia L. Schenck Esther Phares Eugenie Hershey Lois Eycleshymer Mary E. Anderson Mary Jane Seifert Mary Robbins Jeanne Culver Kathryn Steele if NE 3 Page 508 Moffatt Thalman Ross Boyer Robbins Ader Culver Zinn Baker Tilden Scior Abbott Seifert Webster Funk Tegge Connors Steele B.I'hares , 74 E.Phares Eycleshymer Goodman Bates J. McCormick Machiels Dellerard Johanson Ray Grimes Ryburn Tinsley Hershey ' Webber Clarke Foster Mumford Powell liidman Brand Peterson Seiter A. McCormick Henderson Pettigrew SENIORS iv 'F E' ' '-- . ' f F 4 Q E . 4, I Q f' -L. j x h ".Q' ,313 R- ' iff- rr ' ,f " ev ,Eg 'A ' fgfgfi ., - '45-ggi-1. edge. Sf F' - . Founded, J-.K , ,Q ,Qt .. """'TI 1f.-' J. , Q, -V- FVJ fl r , 1, , , , 1-4 . V .. wr. .4 .,5,,,.s., Y, N, . i a DePauw UniversitY, 1885 J' Q 1. I V 3. . 'age ' ' 71 :pl ... g 11 im ...r, 1 1 .N F 'L' Fift -one Active Chapters -5' 4 'TIES-A , ,! ..' Wi 'M 1 'wif' 1, " Q . Y .,.v M, ,, H .rf ih L, I . - are ot- ,.f1:,l1l,- 1 for Q :-, , .,. a ll l ,ff- o 49" Qu Iota Chapter pf' 4, l I " H' ' ! ' L, J . 3 l- c . If V. 4 Lstabhshed 1839 iyvlayryl I1 ,L H. ilragsiggg, ln in If U o von. 7oS South Matthews Street 1- , lg, 'L 3-1' , I, ,-,.-45,:, ,,. ,- , . ..' A. up 1- n 4: " ' ',f,,. - 5- A -4 l,..:'q.,f'1lZ!1 1' - -.' ' . 1. L- f f e-.xg--. . ,gif-f-fa-rf ' -. - H. . ' -V V- 19:3 A H 51574 2- ,,E' !q f.'sI'efff'i va,-.rw--I ,- l l HG . ':-rn. -' 12f,t- rt' ::':'- L" " '- L i '. " -' ' S 1 , A flgflq lflfliu-ff! Li, -I i 'I s f'v Q , ,.. , fvl ill 'iiffib-" 1' 1 l!'."1 'H"l!'Pl'll7.,.Q"".' f'iSif52'2,ffi'- " VIII: .54 A A A 4 A . 4 4 . A A ,. A 4 A A f' MN, l!'.s.:'.N1, V5 , ,,-ig I I M Q ' '..,, 4 'jc ' -A L: it Q-If-1. V N I , -'zpfagjrdw-.!,,,,-:',Q W, W t .,.....e..t42'-' ' r giserr' LIDHA I 0 EEA FACULTY Josephine Miller, M.A. AA A Irma Carlisle Ruth McArthur Frances Smith Margaret Pound Betty Hinckle Ruth Jackson Charlotte Wainwright Ellen Brayshaw Jeanne Roeder Esther Hardwick Eunice Mochon Frances Grenley Mary West Doris Scheib Frances .Markl Kathryn Vaughan Ruth Waddel V Virginia Givler Eileen Jones Helen Welch Marjorie Watson Kathryn Schock Dorothy Scheib JUNIORS Frances Ware Hazel Bixler SOPHOMORES Kathryn Miller FRESHMEN Ruth Colvin Betty Brewster Leona Brandt Frances Groth Sally Hollister Frances Williamson Ruth Posey Bess Baer Marguerite Stephens Lillian Swanson Mary Brennan Margaret Moore .-fl ' Ware Welch Colvin Miller Brewster Brandt Clark Hetland Wainwright Brennan Givler jones Moore Bixler , Q, Hollister Smith Doris Scheib Schock Grenley Carlisle McArthur Dorothy Scheib Watson Groth Williamson West iff Roeder Hinckle Markl Jackson Posey Vaughan Baer Swanson Stephens Brayshaw Hardwick L ,. A 4 A A A Page 509 A SENIORS I AAA A AA V 9 Founded . Iiniversity of Arkansas, 1895 Iuiglity-three Active Chapters A 'ft il' : - ' Omicron Chapter ', . 5 - . 2' I' - ' lustablished 1900 N 'Ag-Q6 J 907 South Wright Street 'i ' 5, AH ' b L W A A 4 A - 4 A . , A A A A A A A Clarissa Rinaker, Pl1.D. Gwendolyn Gwin Anne Hirst Grace Parkhill Ruth Parks Elizabeth Huntoon Mary Elizabeth Miller Gladys Mark Jean Macdonald Margaret Bushee Virginia Edes Katherine Weinberg Helen Mary Reynolds Susan Townsend CHI DMEGA Margaret Watson Dorothy White Alma Grove Marion Clark Thyra Moore Ellen White Elizabeth Ward Virginia Hoover Mary Dollins jane Landee FACULTY Vivian McLarty, A.M. Cornelia P. Kelly, A.M. Ann Gunn Dorothy DeBerard Frances Banta JUNIORS Claire Kelly Ann Crathorne Sovuoivroizes Kathryn Behr FRESHMEN Milda Shallene Virginia Harvey Marjorie Gustin Jane Acker Dorothy Mershon Margaret Thrasher Elizabeth Weinberg Louise Cummins Anne Norris Irene Hughes Virginia Lownsbery Elizabeth Daily Janet Meyers Tora Boisen Elizabeth Briggs Georgia Jeanmairet Ji: Cmthorne Gwin D. White Watson Grove Dclierartl Hirst Parks Mershon 1- Hughes lhlggrc Clark Kelly Cummins Parkhill Gunn Thrasher Il. Weinberg Banta Luwnsbery I- J' Ward Townsend Reynolds K. Weinberg Edes Ilushec E.White Behr Mark Huntoon Miller Macdonald -5 Hoover Dollins Landee Sluillt-ne Harvey Gustin Acker Daily MDYNS NUFHS Jeilnmniret Boiscn Briggs 5 Page 510 A AA AA .v ,, .. , , Kathryn R. Rickman Louise Vannatta Billie Alexander Jean Reid Alma Steinmeyer Eula Jane Albertsen Gwendolyn Roberts Mona Leis MacMillan Marjorie Day Muriel Stenus Founded, Lombard College, 1893 Forty-six Active Chapters Kappa Chapter listablished r9o5 715 West Michigan Street V ALPHA Xl DELT Evelyn Colburn, M.S. Mary K. Layton Ruth Wangelin Helen Adams Dorothy' Jueal Helen Queenan FACULTY Ann Smith, B.S. SENIORS Maude Adams Helene Weedman Catherine Culhane JUN1oRs Harriet Lampman Catherine Powell SOPHOMORES ' Evelyn Bosenbury AYUY W0ll33St FRESHMEN Doris Olmstead GWCUCIOIYQ LCC. Dorothy Poehler Kathryn Fitz-Simmons Eleanor Parmalee Elizabeth Crump Virginia Patterson Dorothy Plante Kathryn Hunsicker Marian Begg Leslie Lindsley Hermine Rueter Ruth Fitz-Simmons L A A A A A . ' , , .. . T: Day Stenus Hunsieker Begg R. Fitz-Simmons Wolgast Olmstead Poehler Lee lx. I'llZ-SIIIIIUOIIS Rueter 4 Plante Lampman Jueal Albertson Steinmeyer Powell Lindsey R0b0rlS M1iCMill1ln .. 'A Rickman M. Adams Alexander Vannalta Wzxngelin Weedman Layton N. Adams Queenan Reid Patterson H, Page 511 A A V 9 A Betty Lytle Bernice Tress Joan Mitchell Jane Anne Cawest Betty Parrish Martha Nystrom Gladys Moberly Miriam Allen Margaret Gorman Jane Egan Ruth Ashmore Annamae Fullerton Dorothy Hoge Jean Thompson -- -. V v. . ..-t-I f.D,..-- Founded, Lewis Institute, 1874 Forty-two Active Chapters Iota Chapter Established 1906 804 South Mathews Street J A A A A A A 4 4 A A A A DELTA GAMMA FACULTY Alta G. Saunders, M.A. Mary D. Martha Welch Florence Hand Mary Elizabeth Goodell Virginia See Eugenia Anderson Geraldine Renncrt Margaret Crocker Virginia Marsh Helena Bundy Adeline Gallagher Margaret Parker SENIORS Mildred Jones Marian Brownell jUNIoRs Vera Kraft Mozellc Thompson Mary Eleanor Gilmore Helen E. Smith SoPHoMoREs Edith Stone Jane Douglass FRESHMEN Catherine Dennis Florence Grigsby Margaret Sickman Wight, BA. Betty Ketchum Louise Tyler Josephine Macdonald Ruth Nelson Gertrude Hayes Marjorie Stookey Gladys Freeman Adelaide Van Cura Mary Franklin Marjorie Gunn Mary L. Temple 's A A Grigsby Gallagher Dennis Franklin Fullerton Ashmore Hoge Gunn Temple Sickman Wight J. Thompgon Bundy parker ' Moberly Crocker Stone Hayes Gilmore Allen Douglass Freeman Lindsey Egan Renncrt Smith Lindgn 5. ,ft Gorman Stookey Nystrom Kempton Post Anderson Nelson Macdonald M. Thompson Gogdell Cawcst Marsh Parrish Kraft Mitchell Brownell Hand Welch Lytle Jones Tress Ketchum Tyler See Q. . L age 512 0 010 Q Xl' egko et Q Q' Q. ,G-Q 0 Q F 9.0, Founded, Colby College, 1874 Forty-one Active Chapters Theta Chapter Established I906 H16 West Nevada Street V 1 A A A A A,A. A A A A A A A 4 4 CA Josie B. Houchens, Julia Western Esther McLaren Alice VanSands Alberta Leeper Helen Sawyer Ruth Rankin Beth Moore Mary Morris Marjorie Groenier Lilian Sawyer Evelyn Kluge A.M., B.L.S. L Il MA IYADDA Ncdra Hollis Norma Netzow Alice Rochenbach Louise Brewster Louise Babel i Marjorie Peacock Sarah Zoller Lois Miller Fannie M. Brooks, FACULTY A.B., R.N. Helen H. Peffer, A.B. SENIORS Betty Sheldon Dorothy Mullen Genevieve Frison JUNIORS Charlotte Weber SoPHoMoREs Beryl Bennethum Fern Bahlman Olga Bursik FRESHMEN Lois Blake v ' W uw,..tg ." -. r ,- Ethel Larm, B.A., M.A. Karma Ellen Golden Margaret Cline Neva Bowling Julia Simonsen Helen Reagin Helen Rochenbach Mary Pope I Kathryn Connor A A A Q 'iz -Q . ii Golden Mullen Bowling Sheldon Hollis Netzow Frison Western VanSands A. Rochenbach McLaren Chne -1 Brewster Bursik Groenier Moore Rankin Bennethum Babel Peacock Zoller Pope Bahlman H. Sawyer .-2 L. Sawyer H. Rochenbach Kluge Blake Simonsen Connor Reagin Miller Morris Leeper Weber ,, A Page 513 A A A SENIORS AA vf 4 ' M m . 4' - ' xgv 'uf'-'ri fit-2. itmff J ' P' f ' " 'stef'-.ear B Q . . ' a ,f A 1 I Hifi xd l Xia-i f 1 4" Founded, -li-KJ .9 .5 1 lyi'ifg," A I .Barnard College, I897 In J ,F ,KH ,ggi ff ' 4 W' J' Tlnrty-seven Active Chapters l' -' .f ,A C 7- 1 ' . ' Iota Chapter , -'nl .5 , .g 1 af -If HIM I will Established 1911 l ' F7 "-L ' 8 J "J I B ' I' l 706 South Mathews Street A , A ' I ..l.J.:Mn' I 2' f I . 'W vl'lWhlll""lmssli W -iiiiiam . V "1" 4 l . 'itwflil S ' . .. . if KM" 'l:'s"f-2: -- 'D' I 5 If. , 7 . 5.13 fy ff-" Q A A A A A A A A A A A urls' A" 'AK . 1 . . . If uf, .5-,Aly KJ -Y .v,: le:.i.J,j4.: I r frm .-lsr,-,fm , .M,lmm".!l.l1 'eq'-1 ty . ' Elizabeth Stiven Ethel J. Hull Emma Dorothy Morrison Katherine Coughlan Mary Alice MacMillan Grace A. Esdohr Louise H. Thompson Betty Hendricks Mary Florence Flanagan Audrey Jane Skinner Evelyn H. Davenport Mary M. Fernholz Laura Putnam Rose ALDI-IA Mary Elizabeth Jens Velma Ruth Brown Helen M. Roberts M. Richolene Hughes Edna Louise Polk Virginia Bess Fisher Edna Lucille Kline Helen K. Granger Mary Kathryn Kennedy Erma A. Bissell 0 ICIQC IDI 4Q". ' ""zff-Qi' :- -lb Q, - 1- 9 , -0 'f , 11" 'x 5. -A 0091 s f-' . if .. . fitvfss 5. ' 's ' A r 0 ' Q H... xi 4' ""' '0, A A A A 4. A A A Frances E. Cassady Ruth Carolyn Evcrsman Jeanette Camille Shepard JUNIoRs Dorothy F. Lannon SoPHoMoREs Olive Elizabeth Ogren May Lucille Wilson FRESHMEN Eleanor Hall Margaret H. Cerny Louise Buresch Mildred E. Wilcox Katherine Elizabeth Arndt Marian Lawrence Olive Lucile Arnold Kathryn Browne Eleanor C. Hinton Dorothy H. Burg Elizabeth Lucene Hoff Harriet Jouris Essie G. Collins Wilma Haeger Betty Hess Evelyn E. Horne Hall Cerny Flanagan Kline Bissell Granger Wilcox Buresch Collins Skinner Haeger Davenport Jones A , Esdohr Thompson Hendricks Wilson Kennedy Durham Ogren Rose Fernholz Home Hess 5- , Harlan Browne Hughes Coughlan Lannon Hinton Fisher MacMillan Hoff Jouris Burg A 'E Arndt Shepard Olive Arnold Evcrsman Brown Jens Cassady Hull Morrison Stiven Roberts Page 514 4 A A l 0 -3' .tt I ' ' .9 ff '16- A1 -- . , Rfb, ll, lfxt- ,'-' L f' .it I 4 4 A A . A A Grace E. Danforth, A.B. Ruth G. Koontz Lora K. Briggs Marion E. Eggleston Betty M. Brennan E. Virginia Gleim Harriet H. Duell Grace M. Green Helen E. Souden Margery K. Brillhart Lillian C. Walling . Alice D. Fielder Ruth Blumenkamp A A A .A A Founded, University of Nebraska, rgxo Eighteen Active Chapters Gamma Chapter Established 1911 206 East john Street V 'K -iw .--' I3 I0 EGADI FACULTY Margaret Barton, A.B., M.A. A. Louise Still Virginia P. Smith Leah V. Mosher Helen D. Kimball Mary E.,Martinie Dorothy C. Abbott Edna Mac Cole Florence E. Young Frances M. McLeod Winifred Flint SENIORS Sabra F. Caylor Ramona A. Powell Mildred L. Swenson JUN1oRs Audrey E. Birtwell Madelyn Grigsby SOPHOMORES Alice M. Anderson Virginia H. McLeod Margery St. John F RESHMEN Mildred Thal Marion E. Edwards Emma R. Jutton, B.L.S. Ethel M. Johnsos Rebecca M. Halsey E. Marion Peterson Helen D. Kruse Ruth A. Rysdon Judith Boegerhausen Dorothy B. Muirhea Eleanor Adams Mildred Elliott d L A A A A A A .ffl Fielder Rysdon Adams Flint Green Muirhead Thall Edwards Cole Young Abbott F. McLeod Walling Boegerhausen Souder Duell Kruse Anderson Kimball Martinie Birtwell Grigsby Gleim V. McLeod Brillhart St. John ' Peterson Mosher Swenson Still Brennan Bri83S EKRICSIOH Powell Johnsos Koontz Smith Cayl01' HIUSCY Fx' 55 'J Page 515 V Madeline Ashton, Ph.D. Lois Armstrong Frances Boyer Jane Dillon Helen Ficker Gladys Currie Ruth Pretty Margaret Burns Mary jane Caldwell Ruth Conley Dorothy Carlan Lucille Chance Marion Eggert Elizabeth Gore Wesleyan Female College, r85r Forty-nine Active Chapters 5 X 1202 West Nevada Street A A A A A 4 LDHA DELTA DI Minnie Giesecke, Sarah Hall Grace Heideman Elisabeth Jung Marjorie Purnell Gertrude Snowhill Jean Currie Gertrude Freevol Mary Hayes Helen Hilliard FACULTY A,M, Mary Agnes Jeffries, A.M. SENIoRs Margaret Mowrey Helen Newey Kathlyn Pangborn JUNIORS Margaret Whitelaw Isabelle Winkler SOPHOMORES Emilie Lou Harmening Helen Mojonnier FRESHMEN Gladys Nelson Dorothy Norton Charlotte Maybury Magdalene Pawlins Marjorie Burks, A.M. Genevieve Sorensen Mary Olive Speer Irene Stark Mary Trenchard Joselyn Way Joyce Newbill Betty Mann Winona Rakstang Eleanor Shell Elizabeth Smith Dorothy Squire A A .54 Hayes Hilliard Maybury Rakstang Carlan Eggert Gore Freevol Caldvvell J. Currie Smith Chance Squire Nelson Shell A " ,L Mann Conley Burns Whitelaw Purnell Winkler G. Currie Snowhill WHY .PFCU-Y Newbill Mojonnier Harmening :H Sorensen Boyer Armstrong Hall Pangborn Mowrey Trenchard Newey Heideman J'-Ing Speer Ficker Stark " 3 Page 516 I ,-I - .'v 'Zz I uct' 'I'-X 0 .4 " , fx ' I .N ff' a I . 6. -A A A 4 A A Wk U fi?i- 5 iii, if-95 ' loin? 5 A A Q 4.4. 5A A Florence Mac Curtis Virgin-ia R. Hanna Dorothy G. Osterman Lucy W. Baker Frances I. Knight Frances E. Payne Sarah L. Worst Eleanor Applegate Mary O. Jones Gwendolyn Pike Janice E. Stcigle Helen Campbell Audley L. Nichols Founded, Syracuse University. 1874 Tliirty-tive Active Chapters Omicron Chapter Established X913 xrio West Nevada Street A A 4 A A A A A A V GAMMA I3 I BET FACULTY Marie M. Hostetter, A.B., B.L.S. Anna Belle R0blHS0l1, A-M- Gertrude Day Ruth V. Johnson Marian C. Scott Marian L. Gibson Margaret .L. Leach Grace Pryor Lois M. Fleming Marjorie King Dorothy M. Roesch Helen A. Duncan Ruth Perisho SENIORS Mary E. Doolittle Maydee Logeman Beatrice Sloan JUNIORS Elise Haren Evelyn M. McCutchen Florence Roy SoPHoMoREs 4 Dorothea H. Thiel Virginia E. Hall Elizabeth S. Paine FRESHMEN Maxine Dry Sarah Simonds Vaille Dry Dixie H. Mason Mildred Wainwright Beatrice Kane Margaret H. Otis Nancy Ruth Vance Elizabeth H. Schaub Ruth E. Heilman Betty R. Petru Dorothy R. Schultz Bertha Enger Dorothy Marie Whyte Jones Roesch Nichols Simonds Perisho M. Dry Enger Duncan Roy Knight Worst Leach MCCUYCVICH Baker Payne Kane Haren Pryor Vance Gibson Fleming Petru Schultz King Applegate Heilman Logeman Otis Schaub Pike 5!l'iRl0 WhYl0 Campbell Theil Paine Hall Wainwright Curtis Johnson Mason Scott Doolittle V. Dry Osterman Day Sloan L A A A AA Page 517 4 A A A AA 9 Doris Hall Margaret I. Buehler Aileen Ashbrook Ruth Shreve Margaret Singleton Helen McConnell Bernice Saxon Geraldine Hegenbart Eloise Kohlhagen Esther Menzimer Adele Schollmeyer Sigma Chapter Established r9r8 L l.I3I-IA GAMMA DELT Ruth M. Caldwell, B.S. Loretta O'Connell Alice Oathout Ruth Einhaus Ruth Haberichtcr Mary R. Stone Rita Wylie Kathryn Sherwood Mildred Berthold Margaret Heartt Ann Goclitz FACULTY Dorothy E. Dunn, A SEN1oRs Corinne Heartt Virginia Craver Kathryne E. Powers jUNIoRs Blanche Christensen Kathryne Kimball Lorena Brune SoPHoMoREs Geraldine 0'Connell Jane Borgmier FRESHMEN Viola Little Anna May Dales i l xro6 South Lincoln Avenue A A A A A A A 4 , A Founded, Syracuse University, 1904 Q Q Forty-one Active Chapters 0 U s-1-1' pgl' .fx ' ,, 43. ' ':"s 2' 'pf .6, 'Siu .45 W ' ir. A11 ,K -Slrfrm pn! IV" LA .B. Elizabeth Parriott Musa Lewis Elinor Crook Janette Schmidt Jean Chesbro Marguerite Ingram Edna Howell Antoinette Mitchell Doris Danks Clare Williams Amy Miltenberger Menzimer M. Heartt Little Williams Schollmeyer Goelitz Dales Miltenberger . if Christenson Wylie Hegcnbart Sherwood Singleton 0'Connell Mitchell Kohlhasen Berthold Borgmier Danks EQ' I Shreve Huberichter Kimball Chesbro Stone Brune Ingram McConnell Schmidt Howell Saxon " I Hall O'Connell C. Heartt Parriott Buehler Oathout Craver Lewis Ashbrook Einhaus Powers Crook Page 518 A 4 4 A 4 ' 1-. YL gf .LL ' :QL 4-f -'f 295 bail .11 1... fv Founded, University of Michigan, 1911 Seventeen Active Chapters Beta Chapter Established 1919 roo5 West Nevada Street l 1 L. A A A A A . A. 4 A A A - A A 4 4 FACULTY Alice M. Sullivan, Ph.D. SENIORS Virginia Bowen Mildred A. Kosin Alvena D. Rcichmann Darlene Gubbins Catherine D. Dunlevy Helen Quinlan Helen Schmidt ' ESUICI' DON? Dolores I. Gillen Frarwyne Hoban JUN1oRs Madlynn E. Boos Eileen Graham Elizabeth H. Kehoe SOPHOMORES Charlotte H. Barrett Audrey McDonald HOFICUSC H- Pendleton Mildred Rapp Barbara Carson Catherine O'Neill Josephine PUNCH Anne Lickliter F RESHMEN ' Flora Armstrong Marjorie Dooley Marjorie Finn Frances McLaughlin Virginia Barrett Marion Drueke Eileen iieneally Mary Rquter Mary Frances Burnham Catherine Ellis Madeleine Mitchell Jane Smith ' Virginia Cook Eleanor-e Wall Adelaide Wright Margaret Swan A A 4 A A i 1 ,,7,, ig: Quinlan Hoban Bowen Gubbing Dore Kehoe Schmidt Rcichmann Boos Gillen Kosin Dunlevy 1,2 Purcell Mitchell Wright Burnham V. Barrett C. Barrett Carson McDonald Rapp Pendleton Lickliter Graham -N A ": Ellis Smith Renter Cook Wall O'Neill Finn Swan Dooley Armstrong McLaughlin Keneally Drueke Page519 A A A 4 A A A AA Page vi Rosalyn Manaster Eleanor Liebling Ethel Lee Klein Mildred Miller Zelda Goodman Selma Springer Joanne Meyers Harriet Amster Louise Leiserowitz Louise Meyers Mildred Gershcnow ' 7--. I.DI'IA EDIILO Adelaide C. Paul Eloise Brown Bernice Grawoig Alice Ruman Della Milgrim Thelma Shore Margaret Lee Bernice Koolish Annette Goldman Sylvia Baer Founded, Barnard College, x9o9 Twenty-six Active Chapters Mu Chapter Iistablished 1920 904 South Third Street A A A A A A 4 A Lenore Linfield ri 6 A A A A A A A Mildred Stein Violet Ruman Gertrude Oppenheim Genevieve Stout FRESHMEN Ruth Wechtor Janet Harris Jewel Ecker Jean Bach Dorothy Sternick Marguerite Kahn Ruth Portes Esther Stamm Minnette Greenspahn Norma Cohen Hanna Friedman Sylvia Graeber Helen Lang Lillian Newman Marjorie Lee Holiner .ug ff Goodman Goldman Miller Graeber Holiner J. Meyers Shore 4' Amster Bach Gershcnow Cohen Lee Lang Baer Kahn Ecker L. Meyers 1. ff' Springer Harris Leiserowitz Sternick Milgrim Stein Friedman V. Ruman Kovlish Newman Wechtor A. Ruman Ji Stamm Cutler Klein Grawoig Grcenspnhn Brown Manaster Linfield Paul Oppenheim Stout Portes Liebling If 520 -,W A AA AA A yu g 4 A 4 4 A 4. Nancy Atkinson Dorothy Elliott Mildred Enns Dorothy Filbey Catherine Fait Lucille Finnegan Adele Dethman Grace Elliott Julia Fara Marjorie Jaburek Isabelle Downs Ruth Finnegan Dorothy Gard , LX ax .'f ' , I - A Fix Lit! V V' Q I fv Founded, Boston University, 1888 Seventy-three Active Chapters Delta Pi Chapter Iistablished 1920 508 East Chalmers Street A 4 A A A A A A 4 4 " 4.1 -- - 1 DELTA DELTA DELT FACULTY Catherine Anderson, A.M. SEN Ions Ethel Magnuson Dorothy McClure Marion Twitchell Florence May Fletcher Lucia Gardner Dorothy Hardeman JUNIORS Elizabeth Kresler Virginia Hartford Murtle Magnuson Dorothy- Marie Johnson SoPHoMomzs Janet Lemons Virginia Murton Esther McAnulty Sarah Porter Gladys McDougal Kathryn Pfester FRESHMEN Charlotte Gauer H8201 H0Fi0H Helen Gunn Mary Il1lZ0ld Leah Fullen wider, A.M. Mary Tucker Jeanette Senne Doris Wallis Mary Ziegler Jane McClure Mary Wood Rosana Scott Mary Betty von Almen Marian Waiss Florence Wood Mary Walton Ramona Wood L 4 A5 Enns Fail Dethman M. Wood Gardner Tucker Fletcher G, Elliott Twitchell Lemons Murton E. Magnuson Atkinson L. Finnegan D. McClure D. Elliott Ziegler Wallis Filbey Hardeman Johnson Hartford 'iff MacDougal McAnulty F. Wood Jaburek Gauer Plaster Gunn Inggld Scott M. Magnuson Downs Gard R. Finnegan Porter R.Wood von Almen Waiss Walton Kresler Horton J. McClure gg. Jig. 'S J .. Q. Page 521 A 4 A A A A AA Q. ' -51'-xx, X. 4 0 - 1 ,J .I Lucille Barnard Hertha Bowman Ruth F edder Elizabeth Gregory Mary Aiken Wilma Busenbark Irene Ebling Elizabeth Elich Genevive Dixon Hazel Drew Helen Gray Winona Hockaday Miami University, 1902 Fifty-three Active Chapters Alpha Beta Chapter Established 1921 Src South Third Street L .AAA-AAAQAAAAAA DELTA ZETA Florence Hood Gervaise Kappus Florence Lackey Mary Hackett Ruth Mary Johnson Margurite Koelln Mary McGraw Mary Patton SENIORS Rovcnia Miller Mary Moorman Mabel Piety JUN1oRs Anne Mierhoffer Margaret Osborne Elizabeth Roe SOPHOMORES Althea Northam FRESHMEN Margaret Rinehart Florence Shields Lucille Smiley Dorothy Turnquist Dorothy Stevens Wilma Snyder Winifred White Winifred Wright B. Ellen Sharpe Audrey Weis Eleanor Willis l u if Hockadny Sharpe Willis Patton Weis Aiken White Gray Drew Stevens ,ji Snider Wright Johnson Mierhoffer Elick Busenburk Koelln Roe Ebeling Hackett Osborne McGraw Northam Dixon Fedder Smiley Piety Kappus Gregory Miller Barnard Turnquist Bowman Hood Moorman Shields Lackey '.f,.a , ez Page 522 Margaret Bassett Sara Belton A 4 A A 4.4. A A Lena A. Foley, A.M. Marjorie Herrin Alma Spencer Marietta Zeigler Esther Adams Evelyn Blomquist Helen Mathis Beatrice Beall Ernestine Hohengart Isabel Roper Wintress Dalbey Edna Reese en Founded, Wesleyan College, T852 Fifty-two Active Chapters Delta Beta Chapter , listnblished 1921 706 West Ohio Street 1 . '. AIU f 'K IKTD' ,: " - .. .AZ ' "'.. A..i - gf na- wr., ,,. .. .V x-. ,.,-A-A. W V up 4QQ,1v',:f1g., t Ni I :fa ' T' -. A if iiigg . , ..... ,.,,,5r.' 4 .'l lit ' ff' -'.f':r1i."fi 4 .. . , - 4. -- .- L -"H-- ---I-5:4--ef 1 .. .. , V F, I A ' -, M ,full - 7.5 4, ... " 1 ,iffy wg A' .-pg-fa' -" IM FACULTY Clara Rocke, B.S. GRADUATE STUDENT Margaret Gates SENIORS Florence Craig Bertha Laue -3f?l"f-. Dorothy Kaupke Fern Thompson Eliza Baughman Dorothy Dodge Rhea Crews Edith Lee Ann Turncll Lucille Fisler li IG ki I I2 Kathryn Wylie jUN1oRs Martha Swisegood Miriam Beall SoPHoMoREs Harriet Elliott Isabel Bower Amy Turnell FRESHMEN Rose Mary Wilson .e.l:::sxb-,..' - TM- .. l 1 if V 'I 11, x J ' ' ' if ky W -. 1 .v 1 Wg 1- .fr , me-, ,... 1- .. w 'i:,,ff.l,' - E I, , 8 , - 3 ,rkdrry .Q + T -' -4 - . -' -are - H .ir ' ' v . . ' "V 7 ' J, kr kffifx . H x .1 ',4f,,.A,1 lx' 4? X' I my' milf ' N tim ,fi AI' Y 1 433 A A, ' . Q ij 0 l 1 G , v 1 li' " lil l li " 1 Huff 1 x it " ' u 'I-'Zi ' ' 5 ' ' ' M- ul lm f' A 1 A of. - . f H u A 4 A A 4 A A 4 4 l '1' 4" " HR Y 4 ,31 nun .Qu-i " I lk A A A A 1 1 f J we, ,lf ,Z .f- Iessie L. Potter, B. Marian Goar Lucille La Porte June Wylie Isabel Johnston Marian Benbow Bessie Olson Margaret Frazier Celeste Rocke Katherine Francis Frances Leslie .1 Mus. '.-r 4 U, 1, ffm' 5 -.c.,r. "if if 5 .gm . Pig ,REQ Amy Turnell Fisler Wilson Rocke Roper Anne Turnell Frazier Bower Lee B. Beall Crews Hohengartcn Reese Francis Dalbey Swisegood Benbow Blomquist Dodge Olson Baughman M. Beall Elliott Craig Mathis Johnston Belton Goar Herrin Zeigler J. Wylie Ln Porte Spencer Thompson Laue K. Wylie Bassett Gates Kaupke tl LA Page 523 A AA vi ' ':.ii2i T 'gi m ., -Q. 1 Founded, W I. ii "' " Virginia State Normal, 1898 k"Nc..:...,""J ,Wig S'-.fl .i - Fifty-six Active Chapters i i .'L',,, .-'.iff1i!':ii V' Alpha Kappa Chapter jj 'iii:JH', I 24251 fjril Q. 'Ju Established rgzr J Q K 'hi . gf' , if If 2 E ' E. -'V' 3 I. , R08 West Vermont Street AY! ' gf: 1 C' H " W Q' W- " ' iaillig Il yn, 1132" 'T' -'A f' I A 'l 'f -- ' A 12 - - - -A - as 54 " ' 1' A A A Mall! K rl I f:A i " ". f'9 ,i ' l A A 4 4 - A A 4 . 4 4 A A 4 5 'V lf Q L,- . ..-'E 3 '-' -I-A-7' ,Q "'J,'l.. 'wa N -J. .blur l K' . .1 ..V, I-jfgfz-'n"hi'5ft . ?51sJ-- i . "ff ' FTA. af- 'K ! 5 " ' ..,g,, 'Ll' '+:,.f,,,-' ,vi , .. ......,---... IEP-' ' v- gg.: -,T.:L:,T,,. ,,,, ..,,........, ,M if FACULTY Beulah M. Armstrong, Ph. D. SENIORS Gertrude Abercrombie Vivian M. Ayers Charlotte B. Base Lynette H. Chandler Lois E. Campbell Mary Margaret Clark Erville T. Farrar Mary L. Bennett Frances M. Etzbach Eileen J. Brydges Agatha E. Felter Ruth Hickerson Irene C. French Florence K. Grundin Virginia A. Haug Alice C. Gale Leonora I. Gilmour Helen E. Hibbs Helen June Goulding Vilette D. Hohman Helen Hopkins Judith M. Kirkman Ann Kveton Garnette Houts Margaret Joplin Beth Morgan JUNroRs Ann Elise Jaeger Neora G. Jannsen Neva L. Little Soprromoruzs Margaret Kingsley Elizabeth R. Schwarz FRESHMEN Dorothy L. Marlowe Muriel B. Nelson Eileen Ross Dorothy Toynton Helen F. Stewart Clara V. Vaughn Gloria J. Palmer Ruth E. Phillips Annetta M. Siemon Lucille E. Seiler Lucille W. Tomiskcy Virginia P. Weber Barbara Stansfield .7 Stanslield Kveton Nelson Hopkins Weber lfelter Ross Brydges Marlowe Kirkman 5 B . Bonne!! T0miSkl'Y Hohman Seiler Etzbach Gale Goulding Schwarz Kingsley I- N l Joplin Palmer Jnnnsen Hibbs Gilmour Siemon Clark Phillips Campbell Farrar Jaeger Ullmim -'WHS Toynton French Base Abercrombie Houts Morgan Stewart Chandler Haug Vaughn 1. a e524 AAA ,Mae a .eA75"!"51 , Marian E. Baker, A.B. Margaret Bloom, Ph.D. Jeanette E. Fry Margaret E. Graves Helen J. Gregory Mary Jane Cox Frances Gaston M. Evelyn Hammett Ruth A. Cleavelin Katherine G. Fishbaugh Sherry Eaton Lois Gwinn Billie Harms Founded. Syracuse University, 1872 Thirty Active Chapters Ileta Alpha Chapter Established 1922 508 East Armory Avenue A A 4 V ALI? AID I Esther K. Bruhn, A.B. Jean L. Drayer, A.B Edith R. Heier Grace E. Lockhart Suzanna Harry Virginia P. Heidman Betty Forrest Louise Freeman Lucile Jacob Carol Johnson FACULTY Frances E. Jenison, A.M. Cora K. Miller, A.B. SEN1oRs Lillian Marr Isabel I. Marsh JUNIORS Frances Howard Mildred E. Lee SoPHoMoREs Dorothy Neal ' Virginia C. Scott FRESHMEN Betty Anne Siegrist Mary J. Wallace Margaret L. Plant, B.S. L A A A Jane C. Watt, A.B., B.Mus. Metta Mitchell Dorothy S. Steele Eunice L. Thumley Ramon B. Pierce Adelaide E. Potts Ardath C. Walter Jeannette K. Stocker Jean C. Young Thelma Warren Dorothy Wright ,Q Warren Wallace Johnson Fishbaugh Neal F0rr0Sl Siegrist Young Gwinn Lee Wright Scott Eaton Harms Jacob Stocker Cleavelin Walter Potts Gaston Ha mmett Pierce Howard Cox Harry Heidman Baker Marsh Thumley Fry Lockhart Gregory Graves Heier Steele si AA A K Page 525 vi ge 11 -.,.fu"" ' 'W 1 ,11 -14. 1-1 l y 1,1 Y "A 95111 'HHN .1 nm 1' I- 11 ' 1 . iii:-if 11.515, faifflt. Q ' U' ' lil . . 1 'l "I -im' " Founded- .fo'fi'0 X ' ,..A ' . 'ff - ' vi N 1: H1.-H f ' University of California, :9x4 'W 'QLKZQ f .3 'jf Qi f - Seventeen Active Chapters . 'Mig-D 1 ,ki ti A -V.. .Q Qf'.?d-J ' V' Gamma Chapter - 1.11 'Tina 'Q - 'T' - Q.'Ei:." ' 5 "5-,. -909 N ,Y -rv 'H' lib? A ii 1-A 1 rroo West Oregon Street P :.- 1 ' -'f ,.4si.Lb?'i,fi'i'L.. fu- -1 - - 1 lei' ll !5,4.g-lil! Flies 'jf 1 Q - - .---- - nu! 'iii.!'f5i1 'q "f-: qi-'!.,,f 4 2. Wi' :E-'l F 2i,i11'11 5 . . 1- ,lux ,r l V , .111-gl 1. 4 4 A 1 -g1l11,L 1 ' 3.21,-inf, ,l11I1i'i 1-2.144-.iiHN.m1H1m11 .'li 1 G4A-H 4 A 4 ' ' " 4 4 A "" 4: 5--I-Agtig , ' 'F M -rr-H FACULTY Helen M. Rand, A.M. Marjorie Gross, A.M. Olga Vaneli, A-3- SENIORS 1013 Clark Mary E, F1-ees., Ruth H. Husband Pauline M. Linebarger Arlene H. Flint Alice M. Hausler Anne A. Johnson 165510 F- Partlow Evelyn Foster Martha E, Hu,-Sh Marian J. Kincaid Margaret A. Rehm jUN1oRs B 11 E. B d' M 1, 1 E. Ch ll Elva W. Martin Sue W. Sears lyfago,-ie A103133 Beit-5 5, G,-essppe e Irva J . Rankin Loyette D. Sparks Maurine S. Boyd Mildred Ludlow Lillian V- Ronnebefg Evelyn M- Watts Som-1oMoREs Mildred C. Allen Adele E. Landgrebe Helen A- Rldillgel' Mad0liYl Watts Winifred K. Armstrong Frances G. Lindley Latfese Z- Smith Laura Wlfkhofst Dora B. Ireland FRESHMEN Elsie C. Lay Emma I. MuCh Anna Tl-Wada A - if Armstrong Smith Berndt Ferguson Ireland Allen Bolin Landgrcbe Much Ridinger Wickhorst M. Watts Lindley .1 jr Bodine Ludlow Grass E. Watts Boyd Sears Martin Sparks Rankin Ronneberg Chappelle E johnson Clark Lineburger Husband Hausler Foster Partlow Hursh Kincaid Rehm Flint Freese 4 Page 526 AA ,119 l 5:13 globe gli A is .-,ng Zz - - Alice K. Brown Mary Frances Fawcett Faye M. McMillan A. Lucille Miller Marian F. Hendricks Gertrude F. Stanton Phyllis E. Shaub Virginia E. Knipe Jean Hoeft Marcia W. Mills Dorothy A. Schenkel Dorothy I. McNally Estelle M. Atwell Founded, University of California, X908 Nineteen Active Chapters Beta Chapter Established 1923 805 Pennsylvania Avenue A A A V BET I'Il ALPHA GRADUATE STUDENT Margaret N. Cox Kathryn M. Lock Jeanette Neis Elsie E. Pendleton Alice J. Vodak Helen G. McDonald Dorothy M. Witmer Verna A. Niebergall Ruth L. Sachtleben Ann Drebusch SENIORS Olga J. Zwermann Nellie A. Gloss Joanna B. Grochowski JUNIORS Ann M. Weiss Mary Charlotte Keith SOPHOMORES A Helen P. Konopasek Dorothy R. Rose Helen J. Rose FRESHMEN Marcellaine Gougler Q.-'iiT'i'lT' A Kathryn E. Hendricks Irene S. Andersen Lona O. Johnson Mary L. Bower Isabel Mowatt Jeanette Rice Eleanor Ballweg Helen E. Kautz Katherine Anderson Frances L. Davison Lock Gloss Neis Grochowski K. Hendricks Andersen Fawcett Zwermann Cox Johnson McMillan M. Hendricks Pendleton Weiss Keith Stanton Niebergall Kautz Knipe Brown Miller Rice Shaub Mowatt Konopasek Sachtleben Schenkel D. Rose H. Rose Hoeft Mills Atwell Anderson Davison Gougler Ballweg Witmer Vodak McNally Bower McDonald 'uf t L A A A A A A .Q 4. Page 527 A 4 A A AA V 9 Phyllis Alexander Mildred Austin Madelyn Bentley Olive Cox Frances De la Bere Dorothy Bristow Bernice Davenport Helen Galaty Dorothy Austin Esther Beck Dolores Becker Margaret Bennett Pauline Allen Marjorie Hiatt -QQ X Virginia Slate Normal College, 1397 ya. .5 I Sixty-four .Active Chapters Sigma Omicron Chapter 1204 South Lincoln Avenue K f Q A 4 KADDA DELT Myrtle Fahsbendcr Marguerite Fischer Mildred Gilchrist Marian Jewell Betty Joiner Ruth Godding Ruth Gotsch Josephine Gunther Hazel Burrow Eleanor Dollins Viola Gaskins SENIORS Stella Kadyk Dorothy Maris Mary Martin Wilhelmina Meyer Flora Michelmann JUNIoRs Leona Hoppenrath Nancy Hoblit Irma Kadic SovHoMoRxzs Carolyn Hocker Donna Johnson Lois Mackey FRESHMEN Kathryn Boekenhoff Mary Hcikes A 4 A A A A A 4 4 A A Marian Suleeba Laura Lee Thomas Leila Volbcrding Edna Woolsey Blanche Kerr Dorothy Lee Barbara Menges Ada Michelmann Lorene Rhodes Annabelle Woods Martha Marrow Johnson Godding Hohlit Boekenhoff Blatt Marrow Heikes D. Austin Allen A, Michelmunn Kadic Woods Gotsch Burrow Mackey Becker Hockcr Rhodes Bennett Hoppenrath Galmy Lee Fischer Thomas Suleeba Bristow Menges Kerr Maris Davenport Gunther Bentley F. Michelmann De la Bere 5 Cox Kadyk Volberding Jewell Woolsey Martin Gilchrist Alexander M. Austin Fahsbender Meyer Page 528 1' d tm 0 -tl 5.. 1 15- 1' .9 51- Q 'FQ ,Q :Sli ffl 'r A 4 A fv 6 Founded, ff " A.. University of Culifornizx. 1915 ,QI ' y Seven Active Chapters , A XI f' ' '-L' H " Beta Chapter Us ,- ., I , Established 1923 . 1 1112 West Oregon Street l 1 A 4' 4. A- As . If A, at as A. 4- A- ls 45 45 Estelle Hagnauer Harriet I. Myers Jessie A. Strang Virginia Hazard Laura Rose l v 7 iw- --mv-1 . LAMBDA 0 EISA SENIORS Florcncg Mueller Dorothy Hubbard Janett Michael JUNIORS Marian Tintingcr Charlotte Zeigler Geraldine Davis Helen Pahnkc Lois Stout SoPHoMoREs Dorothy Stuber Berniece Rankin ' ,Frances Wilson FRESHMEN Jane Gustavison Elizabeth Holch ag-Q: .: "rf VF 1 -wr' 4511! Holch Gustavison Stout Hazard Davis Rose Stuber Rankin Wilson -': Michael Strung Mueller Hubbard Hagnauer Ziegler Myers Tintinger Pahn ke in L A A A AA A Page 529 A A A vi Louise E. Dunbar, Ph.D. M. Helen Carson Marjorie C. Brittain Lois Hubbard Harriet R. Holmes Gwen L. McNaughton LL Founded, Transylvania College, 1919 Fifteen Active Chapters Delta Chapter listalslished 1923 104 East John Street 4 L A 4 A A 4 A A 4 4. A 4 A LDHA DELTA T ETA FACULTY Maria Clemans, BA. Suzanne Kissel, BA. SENIORS Mable S. Cole JUNIORS Elma Krumsicg Vivian S. Mortensen SoPHoMoREs Marietta Weed FRESHMEN Lola E. McNaughton Margaret C. Finnicum Grace R. Mower Dorothy M. Severn Elizabeth A. Windsor Ramola Reese, M.S. Alpha M. Vaky Esther M. Swanson EVCIYD R. Vanclerplocg Anita L. Wascher .27 Gierlz L. McNaughton G. McNau1.thton Buswell Wascher Britlain Vunderplocg mmm I ly, W4-pd Mortensen Holmes Windsor Kl'lll11Si0K Reese ' Mum-r Severn Finnicum Cole Vaky Carson Swanson Huljljnrd f . Page 530 z h,1A:Xk0'!, ,grass t s Vg ,Q Founded, Hunter's College, 1913 Seventeen Active Chapters Theta Chapter Established 1923 xoo4 West Nevada Street V J 44 AA AA.4.. -4 A -AAA4 Ag A Bernice Harris Devorah S. Wechsler Lucille Abramo Ruth Bachrach Leonore Erhlich Elizabeth Lederer Gladys Chulock Rhea Amber Margot Hauschner Ruth Pohn III MAII MA SENIORS Annette Jacobson 3931500 L0Vil1 jUNxoRs Adrienne Edelstein SoPHoMoREs Harriet Brady Alice Chapinan R053 L, Gold D0l'0lhy HlfSCh Sylvia Mai-land Sarah Wexler . F RESHMEN Elaine Berkowitz Marjorie Ehrman Bernice Mai-wick Ellamarie Pearlman Jeanne Ricardo Myrtle Rosenberg Adelle Sattenstein Harriet Sattenstein Helen Hauschner Gertrude Chulock Bemice Kahn Rose Zaslovsky Charlotte Espo Esther Pohn Roslyn Roth Berkowitz Amber Roth Brady R. Pohn Marwick Chapman M. Hauschner E. Pohn Rosenberg Ehrman Ricardo Pearlman .Espo Erhlich Kahn Lederer Gladys Chulock Wexler Gold Zaslovsky Abramo Edelstein liachrach H. Hauschner H. Sattenstein Wechsler A.'Sattenstein Jacobson Levin Harris Hirsch Gertrude Chulock ltlarlnnd 'rr ,5 .-956115 R L 2 Q, L 4 A A AA Page .531 A A A 9 lfounrled, Xurtliwestern L'niversity, IQZI Four Active Chapters Beta Chapter Established I924 607 liast Daniel Street . In A T5 ,ff l -0 ft 1.1. 6 A L A GRADUATE STUDENT Helen G. Heffernan SENIORS Mary E. Bell Wanda M. Brown Bessie Flight D Leta Toll Carolyn J. Stuebc Anne Chvalovsky Vg.g?,E?g' fgfggsffen JUNIORS Agnes Sawby Eleanor F. Smith Margaret Waggoner SOPHOMORES Alyce Churchill Eunice Enright Viola Pittman Sarah Telford F RESHMEN Lucille Coates Viola Carter Harriet Page Eve Skon Wihelmina Lcmen l . r A A if I Page 532 Flight Smith Slut-be Toll Bell Brodersen Brown qqlggan 1-lm-ight Pittman Waggener Telford 511Wl-JY Heffernan Churchill Carter Page Coates Skoll Lemen SENIORS fv Fnumlecl, 1, lfniversily of Michigan, 1903 , I-'ifty Active Cliaplers i 1 ' ' I I 4 , Sigma Della Clmpter . ' lislulslislled 1924 ,L 1 riff' iroz West Nevada Strom-t A , A A A A A . A 4 A A A Q A A 4 4 ' A A A .-v Elizabeth Barnhart Marjorie M. Golden Dorothy Drews Catherine Loekle Dellcina White E. Pauline Campbell Chapple Roeder L .,,,,.,,., , II MA ALIDHA IDTA FACULTY Virginia C. Ruffin, B.Mus. Velma I- KilCh'-Til, B.Mus., B.S. Winifrcd E. Beresford Helen Greene , Margaret L. Mallat Vcrnette White Margaret W. Wiles JUNIORS Maurine Hertz Myra Miller Lucille Mitchell SOPHOMORES Margaret Hall Mary Catherine Medley FRESHMEN Ethel Bruner Bernice McKenzie Bernice Bott Donnabelle Fry Brunette Kummer Marie Worley Beulah Hey Judith Walz AA A 59' -: if Bruner Miller Medley Mitchell Di-4-ws D. While Xvalz 'LL3 I,,. V. White Greene Hall Roeder Hey Mallm Kummer Campbell A r, . Hertz Butt Loekle Wiles Ruffin Beresford Golden Ilnrnhzirt. Worley 551 i it! Page 533 A 4 A A A A A AA v9 Founded, , Cornell University, 1917 'l'hirteen Active Chapters Kappa Chapter . Established 1924 110.5 West Nevada Street A A A A A 4 A A A A A 4 4 A A II MA DELTA AU SENIORS Beatrice Fisher Mary Goldstein Frances Siegel JUNIORS Myrtle Friedlen Naomi Goldblatt Thyrfi KHMOI' Pearl Herskovitz Mildred Marx Leona Payne Frances Rosen Helen Posnick Rochelle Roseman Katherine Rosenberg Lillian Rosenfeld Sylvia Sharwell Helen Soboroff SOPHOMORES Virginia Dantzig Jean Frankel Anita Schulman Eunice Kahn Irene Levine Ruth Lapin FRESHMEN Florence Michelson Estelle Pushker Sylvia Zcvin Miriam Starr Louise Weis Rosalind Steiner GY Weis Pushker Steiner Hcrskovitz Sharwell Zevin 4 A Posnick Frankel Levine Starr Rosernan Goldblatt Payne SChUlm11n Michelson Kahn ggi. 5- Lapin Siegel Goldstein Fisher Rosenberg Marx Friedlen ROSCII Rosenfeld Dantzig Kgmlor -4 .L L Pa-ge 534 g AA AA A .f.,. .. 1 ,"' ' U W I- -4 ,v-A Sarah Niederman Katherine Wershkoff Serene Fink Jennie Feldman Ida Summer Fern Krueger Ruth Burger Clara Shayne Betty Levissohn Founded, New York University, X917 Eighteen Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established 1927 710 West Ohio Street A V :Wi .ff , . DELTA I3 I EDIILO Bertha Julia Cohn Fannie Tepper Roberta Lowitz Lillian Schachtman Harriet Sochat Jessie Baskind Gertrude Guthman SENIORS Rebecca Rubin JUNIORS Evelyn Bloomfield SOPHOMORES Irene Turner Florence Brenner FRESHMEN Beatrice Rosenstein Phyllis Meadow Edith Golfen Edith Sklovsky Bernice Bloomfield Pearl Tepper Ardelle Kahn Eloise Weinberger Shelley Rubin Ann Rosenburg Florence Leibovitz 5, A- 9 'G 1. W ig. x tl 1 F4577 -f '- Ltr ' 'V ,' " 1 f t -ig -B t ....,....... 1.1 4 l J l A i. Wy npr, tht '59, Rosenstein Shayne E. Bloomfield Perlis B. Bloomfield Lowitz Freedman G0ff0I1 Weinberger Guthman Levissohn Brenner Krueger Baskind Cohen Ganansky Coven Hessdorfer 'T H Schachtman Fink Sklovsky Cohn Niederman Rubin Feldman Turner Summer R i . L A A A AA A Page 535 A AA AA 5 Margaret L. Anderson Gladys Ruth Miller Mary Wagenseller Collette Clancy Dorothy Kendall Helen Slepicka Edna Cornwell Elizabeth Engstrand Julianna Crippin "n'CiiS'Z?EQ 'Y Founded, University of Missouri, ISSS Seventeen Active Chapters Alpha Mu Chapter listnblished X927 H06 West Oregon Street BET II MA IDMICIQU Helen Harrison Pearl Harshbarger Suda Norris Marian Baker GRADUATE STUDENT Hazel I. Beale SENIORS l T91 G Q-N 1- l l: an AAAAAAA-AAAAAAA Anne Weatherford Grace Kamm Helen Strano JUNIORS M. Elizabeth King Ruth Cole Helen Copenhaver Ruth Lewis Dorothy Dillon SoPHoMoR1zs Vera Vasey FRESHMEN Lucille Keniston Lucille Mieher Ruth Siemer Constance Moon Bernice Robinson Louise Schott Elizabeth Collier Elverta Erdman Gretchen Schuessler Margaret Chynoweth Blanche Robing it if Crippin Collier lflrclniun Vasey Chynoweth Mieher C0DL'nh1W0F 130310 Schuessler Baker Lewis 1' 1 Clancy Wugenseller Norris Dillon Cornwell Cole Kink Slepicka Kendall Anderson Siemer Harrison Strano Schott Moon Harshbnrgcr Robinson Kamm Miller Page 536 AAA Oo all X I-'-0 Yo. - u ig Sl? fl- 3 X. U' of 9 O, 4 A 4 A A . A- A A Helen M. Orndorff Helen M. Welch Kathryn M. Ford Margaret Gaa fv f '.vu-9451 ' Foumlell, llostnn University, 1921 I-'ive Active Clmpu-rs Della Clnipler lzstzilmlishcrl 1925 903 West Illinois Slrvvl IDI LAMBDA Il GRADUATE STUDENT Helen E. Duffy SENIORS Sarah Mal-quardt Nell K. McDonough Alice McGinty JUNIORS Winifred T. Monahan Helen J. Tobias Helene Schulz SOPHOMORES A Anna G. Stich Elizabeth McGo0rty 'Marcella V. Fordon FRESHMEN Mary Marquardt 55? Welch Marquzirdt M. Mzirquurdt Fordon Slich Tobias BIcGoorly Duffy Schulz Monahan Ford Mclbonough Mcllinly Ormlorff Gam AA an 'E ,. Page 537 A 4 4 A A A vi A-I 4 Irene Alsip Margaret Becker Margaret C, Fink Ada Creath Elizabeth C. Hanawalt Founded, L'niversity of California, r9r9 Eleven Active Chapters Iota Chapter Establislied i929 rxoz West California Street G fb ,. ,553 "ggi ,i ,-. 5 ng, ""::s'f" ' L A 4 A 4 ,. A A A A A A .-, , ' SENIORS Alice M. Goodmann Esther H. Morlock 5 h - Maxine B. Hawkins Julia D. Neville 112105, ilfagibfer Eloise T. lessen Elrena D. Seider JUNIORS Eleanor R. Harrison Ruth R. Roodhouse Ruth E. Weber Pauline G. Mascher Wilna. F. Slapak Florence M, Weir Sopnoivronrss Esther L. Ewald Helen H. Reed A Q 4 4 A A A 'a ,. Page 538 Shank .lessen Seider Neville RUOdl10USO Morlock Clinite Harrison Goodmann Hawkins Recd AND Weir Cofer Weber Slapak Fink hlgygchcr Hanawalt Crealli Ewuld A-1 Qu J-L57 3 . , U lfounllerl, hx I University of Illinois, 1912 One Active Chapter Alpha Chapter ' Plslablishezl 1912 608 South Mzlllu-ws Street A 4 A A 4A.A. A A A A A 5 A A 4 A A Inez Clem Princess Hill Georgia Alkire Louise Sehooley Alicia Vines Georgine McDonald Ethel Gill Pauline Hurd Marjorie Padtield Dorothy Heicke V yy- 'rx H- F l Q u . BETHANY CIIQCLE FACULTY Mildred Camp, A.B., B.L.S. Edith Jacobsen, AM- GRADUATE STUDENTS Dorothy Moyer Malvine Evans SENIORS Ethel Jones Lella Endres Florence Munson Corrine Hester Olive Robertson Alice Wyles JUNIORS ' Ethel Kaesebier Wilna Slapak Margaret Waggener Frances Shields SoPHoMoREs ' Grace Chamberlain Mary Fee Pauline Beekman Bernelda Moyer FRESHMEN Adeline Withey Louise Cramer Clara Mann Helen Duvall Ann Young Marjorie Dawson Ruth Smith Lizzie Lamport Lorraine Haines ,J -i-if Shields Dawson Schooley Withey Heicke Gill Young llcekmzm Moyer Smith Haines lindres Kaesebier Chamberlain Vines Pudlield Slupuk Waggener Hurd Hill Munson Alkire Robertson Duvall Jones Wyles Hester Cramer Clem Malin 'J AA A l Page 539 A A A A AA run: I Anna M. Benner Rachel C. Davis Helen C. Eells Mary V. Linder M. Frances Lynch Kathryn S. Berdolt Doris V. Danks Julianna Kozma L Founded, L'nivt-rsity of Illinois, I9I2 One Active Chapter S05 South Fifth Street A A A A A A 4 A 4 A 4 4 4 4 4 A DDEII3 TEIQIAN I-IALI. GRADUATE STUDENTS Esther J. Ellis Olive Lewis Catherine MacLaren Ruth D. Weed SENIORS Leah V. Mosher Mildred L. Swenson Hallie F. Owens Elsie M. Ready Marian E. Peterson Lorena R. Vetter JUNIORS Ruth J. Dickson Genevieve Robinson SoPHoMoREs Edith F. Taylor FRESHMEN Gertrude L. Luer Betty D. Minninger Esther R. Ziegler Marian E. Willcox Kathryn R. Wim Mary F. Temple Eleanor H. Warren Cleo K. Minninger H' 5. L! , Ts .2 Page 540 Willi Mosher Willcox Eells Owens Lynch Vetter Ready Robinson Berdolt Temple Benner Weed Linder Dickson Warren Taylor Luer Kozmat B, Minninger C. Minningur Danks 5 0 A A -A.A. 4. 4 A A A 5 A 4 4 AA A Wv Founded, lfnivvrsity of Illinois, 1914 One Active Chapter 602 South Mathews Street J v .Y MW. C0 GIQEGATIDNA IE FACULTY Louise Pickens SENIORS Mildred Morgan Ida Kroenlcin Ruth Memler Jumons Mildred Reinboth , Grace Xvilgon Jane Spencer SOPHOMORES Ruth Thgmg Florence Fick' FRESHMEN Antoinette Lingg Elizabeth Lotz Dorothy Donovan Martha Morgan Marcella Brownson . QQ? if 1,9 Reinbolh Spencer Brownson Kroenlein Wilson Donovan 124, Lingg Ficl: Lotz Memler Thoms Martha Morgan Mildred Morgan I 4 A S. Qu rl 'Z Page 541 A A A A L L A AA vf Letitia D. Boyd Henrietta C. Brown Beatrice Maria Brown Barbara Jane Jenkinson M. Amelia O'Brien Eda Bach Marjorie G. Brittain Virginia Margaret Dean Violet Mary Gladville Margaret M. Briggs Bernadine E. Brinkman Virginia Christman Alice Lee Douglass Thelma M. Fish S07 South Wright Street L A A A 4 DAVE DUIQT Ulf Mildred Burns Louise H. Perkins Blanche J. Peterson Marjorie N. Portner Laura P. Price Janet R. Heggie Isabel M. Katz Helen L. Kepler Janet M. Overturf Lilian E. Fisher Helen M. Gabris Margery F. Kendall Norma E. Larson SENIORS Alice L. Seaman Irene V. Sullivan jUN1oRs Blanche E. Robillard Besse P. Sharer Helen Strockbine SOPHOMORES Alice Therese Reed Mildred Rubin Marguerite C. Rule Pauline E. Sessler FREsHMEN Louise P. Miethe Liberty Mundo Marcella C. Parker Rosa Day Reynolds 4 A 4 A 4 4 4 4 A Flora A. Twingstrand Alice T. Wall Virginia Steely Leona R. Westerlund Frances A. Shields Mary E. Snell Elizabeth B. Soukup Genevieve L. White Marjorie Townley Lily E. Vagtborg Fern M. Wiehle Phyllis L. Williams Mary E. Wright if jf' Fisher Wright O'Ilrien Westerlund Peterson Briggs Sessler Portner Boyd Vagtborg Price Z: Kendall Burns Sharer Snell Katz Douglass Miethc Mrs. Staehlc Perkins Overturi Brown Seaman Bach 5- Reynolds Willianis Jenkinson Strocklsine Gabris Mundo Shields Gladville Townley Brinkman 'I'wing5u-and Wiehle X.: Parker Heggie Dean Larson Fish Kepler Christ man Sullivan Wall Steely ll . Page 542 A Sor South Wright Street 4 A A 4 4 4 A . . A A - A A 4 Maurine Baker Dorothy Duncan Nina Ghent Frances Hartman Helen Smith Margaret Augur Margaret Baer Katherine Burns Phyllis Cook Eva Cross Audrey Castle Dorothy Fry Verda Galbreath Ruth Hickerson Dorothy Armour Mildred Beverly Norma Brauer Clil Wilma Kaltenthaler Violet Koerner Arlinc Lippert Althea Mitchell Wesa Dale Anita Fox Mildred Frey Ruth Lewis Jane Lutz Clara Kelley Virginia Lundquist Hazel Montooth Nina Cossoff Helene Foellinger Ferne Garman Aldona Lenok A V LE HALL SENIOR JUNIOR S Dorothy Moody Enly Moore Irene Schermerhorn Virginia Shaw S Ruth Morrison Mary Paul Erna Fritz Portia Lee Nora Read SOPHOMORES Gertrude Poole Edith Riker Ruth Schermerhorn FRESHMEN Dorothy McClintock Naomi Meyer Josephine Nelson Mary Osborne Marjorie Stocking Alice Wallace Helen Margaret Young Grace Jeter Sally Reid Muriel Stanley Evelyn Starkey Julia Stevens Jean Lukasiak Ruth Thomas Reva Volle Alice Sears Cecelia Sweet Edna Voss Altha Welsh v Dale Garman Poole Stevens Foellinger Mrs. Franklin Brauer Hickerson Lewis Nelson Frey Tift Osborne Meyer Volle Rick:-r Montooth Augur Burns Read Starkey Paul Lunrlquist R. Schermerhorn Mitchell Voss Cross Thomas Lenok Lukasiak Armour Welsh Fry Castle Galbreath McClintock Kelley Sweet Cossoff Cook Morrison Moore Young Wallace Lutz Beverly Baer Sears L I. Schermerhorn Smith Hartman Ghent Koerner Jeter Baker Moody Duncan Lippert Shaw Kaltenthaler Hofferbert L A A A A A A Page 543 9 F 7 IXZNZXA , , u- 1rlHllE1lfgj5,1Uh 1 li. Lum ' , . I -A 44 I 5 ? 9 z I 9 Qu B 5 Birdie Arbuthnot Irene Giberson Mary Elizabeth Kane LaVcrne Livezey Miriam Page JoHelen Wells Madelyn Adams Thelma Franklin Mar aret Hicks 1111 West Nevada Street MAN I IQEIIIDENCE I-IALI. SENIORS Annabel Barthel Dorothy Hambright Emily Kniep Lucile McCowen Annette Raphael Dorothy Altringer Angela Gioconda Bertha Jones Lorcne Lawson JUNIORS Mercedes Wittenfeld Lena Bernstein Irene Hazel Helen Koontz Florence Major Stephania Blaszczenski Ruth Grant Margaret Kertes Eva Lind Virginia Thomas Edythe Eller Valentine Hofsommer Sarah Levy Anna Maria Middleton Mildred Weissner Aura Duggan Marion Gordon Doris Kessler P 9 s s il Alice Landhy Helen Lyford Mollie Sacks Mildred Shepard Ruth Tjardes Charlotte Bach Marjorie Davis Louise Freeman Marjorie Hall Helen Kitchen Mary Morony Pauline Roney Martha Simon Marjory Tammen Bertha Anderson Marjorie Bement Margaret Bronson Marian Fagin Mary Fetterly Elizabeth Hambrook Marie Jensen Rosalie Kniep Dorothy McFarland Florence Olsen Carma Rhowedder Arlene Scheidenhelm Louise Tavs Anita Weiss Pauline Wyman Erma Robison Bertha Schofield Bessie Specht Mary Elizabeth Vick Elizabeth Bement Evelyn Ehman Ethel Glecker Ethel Illk Josephine Krill Mable Pritchard Eunice Schmitt Alice Skora Genevieve Thjes Charlotte Baer Mable Blair Dorothy Crabtree Marianne Fanuko Aimee Lou Fowler Mildred Hedges Alice Johnson Ernestine Kolbus Frances Meusel Frances Pallai Eleanor Richards Margaret Stonehouse Lois Tolman Mary Whistler Theresa Rosenwasser Margaret Schroeder Ruth Stobbe Adelaide Wesclew SoPHoMoR1zs FRESHMEN Mary Bunting Stina Eklund Gertrude Graham Garnet Jeffrey Mary Loomis Marjorie Randall Maxine Schroeppel Mary Sparks Francelia Wilkening Bernice Balickas Helen Blaszczenski Isabella Dewey Mary Jane Farrell Ruth Gardner Lydia Heideman Helen Johnson Marian Kotosky Elsie Moore Frances Pierce Anne Rosenberg Anita Swierczek Cora Wampler Evelyn Wolff Florence Lally Maude Ross May Louise Schultz Pauline Surman Eleanor Clayton Frances Florence Hilda Green Irene Kertes Daisy Milligan Madeline Ronchetti Doris Shopin Beatrice Sullivan Mable Yeske Angela Bassie Evelyn Brinkman Virginia Fagan Patricia Fleming Maude Goodenough Isabel Hinman Grace Kenyon Elizabeth Lawler Lois Neal Leona Prince Calista Salmon Cathryn Tavs Ella Weaver Vada Wright Sys .X .K -K A as .ex ..x .A ..x .ax Ax .K .ex sX .A .A .A .ax .ax .KZxh. 1,. 0. 1,. 0. 0. 0. Is. Is. 0. 0. 1.. A. A. 1, 1, 1. 1, ' , , , - - - Page 544 Mildred Baumann Gudrun Birger Virginia Burroughs Almyra Dameicr Mary B, Dore Sara Gibson Isma Gravelot Frances E. Henne Elizabeth Baldwin Barbara Burns Elizabeth Clarke Florence Cook Crystal Cranston Dorean Davis Emma Andersen Virginia Bell Bernice Burroughs Catherine Busch Charlotte Claussen Sylvia Damon Elizabeth DeClercq Lucille Dennis Wilda Eberdt Margaret Gaa Geraldine Bergan Louise Brown Betty Bruckman Ruth Chamberlin Doris Denman Dorothy Diehl Marjorie Dwyer Margaret Eastman Miriam Esslmger Kathryn Ann Evans Hazel Frankel Ethel Gilaman u' 'lr in-ll IE1 lg,5,4Up ml. Lllltli v - L4 Y f .gg gp , 1115 West Nevada Street 'N "X""Wf-7 'Y EIT IQEIIDENCE I-lAl.I. Ruth E. Herr Beatrice Horneman Helen Jackson Lorette Johnson Alice Kostakos Elsa Kruschwitz Julia McGowan Mary Mackey Charlotte DeSelm Dorothy Duckles Alice Entwhistle Margie Francis Catherine Freeman Dorothy Marley Flossie, Marshall Emily Martin Wilma Martinec Doris Mathew Mildred Merker Lennis Minton Alma Nieman Anna Louise Jackman Rachel Kennedy Beatrice Kraft Julia Lipow Winifred O'Shea SoPHoMoREs Libby Gordon Margerite Henrick Mary Herman Mary Elizabeth Hyde Bernice Kaplan Mary Koons Stella McLcish Virginia McGinnis Teresa McNabb Catherine MacKechnie Esther Goodman Lucy Griffith Iris Hartlng Helen Harris Maxine Hoffman Mary E Jackman Stella Jirik Mary Kean Henrietta Koutnik Mildred Kratovil Grace Kueter Florence Leibovitz Louisan Mamer Carolyn Mead Hannah Mills Elizabeth Randolph Vernice Rathmell Irene Heavy Jeanette Rice Ruth Reynolds Flora Rittenhouse Silvia Rubin F austa Leppa Alice Lundstrom Mary McEuen Sarah Melnick Dorothy Miller Maude Montgomery Mary C. Page Mary Petctti Versa Randolph Elva Read Ruth Rice Joyce Sandgren Avice Perdew Ethel Ragland Esther Schrum Elma Seibert Emily Snively Emma Snook Marilouise Slibeck Eunice Salisbury Dorothy Schenck Janice Shapiro Florence Smith Anna Rose Solomon L. Frances Williamson Annette Schad Dorothy Schauer Delores Schrum Virginia Seidel Dorothy Stecher Frances Stevenson Aldine Wessels Ethel Wilson Elsie Zelle Jean Schwartzenbergcr Lois Schildhammcr Marian Shafer Veronica Shafer Margie Snodgrass Lillian Stein Saline Stein Margaret Stoutenber Grace Thomas Anna Urbancek Louise Webster Marion Wittman Doris Zottman X .sX AX AS ..sX AX .5 X .s X .sX .xX x .A .A FRESHMEN Eva Davis Jeanette Hill Margaret Mercer bazabx hbahbab x X s 4 ' I X X f X fk 5 V WO EN' GROUPS V, 4V A 55. an :P wr nl-u IE 1lfgp5,rUv lllL I'ED 5A Cornelia Roberts CORNJELIA ROBERTS LAURA CLAR14 . . GLENNA RoaERTs Annu: Mr:RN1Tz IsAar:LLx: Nxcou:T Mnldred Shuman Ellen Schultz Edith Adams MAN GDC D I ITE OFFICERS . . . . . . . . . .President . Freshman Education . . Athletic Chairman . . Social Chairman . Activity Chairman . .... Secretary DISTRICT CHAIRMEN Berry Bl'-Wgh Margaretta Baristow I Anna M. Weatherford - 4 4 4 - 5 'U' Y Af' l I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 9 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Q 1 Q 2 4 T EDITH DAVIS - ' '- eq g r Q ,tr L ' 1 G. Roberts Clark Nicolet Memizz Davis Weatherford Shuman Schultz Adams mm, h E Baristow 4 4 4 I - ' Q - .4-x.s-x-x.4.x-x.x..gx-s.-.x.4x.a..x-x-x-x-xZx1-1-1-1-1-4.1-1, -I PM K s s A N 5 ' ' Y 1 s 5 5 S x , , , Q 1 1 1 l:.ll.lp.l1.I:.l1.l1..l1-lp. lp-l:. 1. 4 Page 548 Y .gegmgp U' 1ruHllE1lfQp5,4Up ml. L l'UI - fxn Sl i Q4 AA ' Myra Harms Anita Burger Maxine Wilson Frederica Clason Florence Cobiskey Edith Davis Betty Blough Ruth Simma Edna Miller Ruth J ones !,... t Wilson Clason Cobiskey Barber B0l'dWCll Monson Franz Harms O'Donnell Grenman Burger Lamport O'Meara Rowe McKay Lopez b Worcester Lang SENIORS Catherine O'Meara Lillian Monson Marie Franz JUNIORS Jane Worcester Charlotte Bordwell SoPHoMoR1zs Flgrence O'D0nnell Ruth Rowe Helen Lopez Lizzie Lamport Margaret McKay n F RESHMEN Dorothy Barber Greta Grenman Marie Lang SENIORS Gcorgine MCDOnald Florence Goodfellow Maryellen Whelan JUNIOR Fannie Wright SoPHoMoREs Mildred McKee Helen Foulks FRESHMEN Betty Brayton Florence Llewelyn Helena M. Jewell w fL','fXF.i'i"5ch3.',1 f. Round Goodfellow Smith Yanke Russell Davis Reynolds Rieger Winship Faulks McDonald McKee Blough Brayton Whelan Simma Anderson AAAZLZAZX Page 549 ' v' v' v v' yv 1 gv yu S yu v' V' Y" V' V' V' V' V' Y' V' V' XV Y' X' V' V' X' X' S" l -xv :V Page 550 AA NI W LA Y nA Deere Shuman Cross Brash Turnham Whilggn . Roberts Whitt Julia Thornburgh Edna Brash Martha E. Woundy Isabelle A. Nicolet Cornelia M. Roberts Celia Irick Helen Spaulding Dm-is Jack Th0l'?1 Cole Glenna Roberts Glenna Roberts Moore Veale Hines Cathryn Woundy Spaulding Nicolet Llil SENIORS JUNIORS SoPHoMoREs FRESHMEN Virginia Veale Mabel Cross Eleanor White Isabelle Moore Hill Cole Thombu rgh Margaret Lee Bines Lois Turnham Lyne Irick Mabel Deere Katherine Lyne Almabelle Hill June Whitson Mildred Shuman I'lA AM IAN LEYDO Maxine Payne Clementine Roberts Helen Satterfield Judith Cox Nelle Kenney Irene Lee THALAMUS Winifred Vernor Louise Klehm Ruth Tazelaar Matilda Kyhos Marie Lang ,I 59 'ir ll-me 111 p :Up lllL Lll'Un 'WA YQ qgg Q 5' X rl, I C . . Kathleen Bauer Charlotte Love Winona Grinker Helen Beall Dorothy Williams Irene Fulton Auzvnos Maxine Pressmar Olive Horton Eva Yeomans Mildred O'Niel Florence Foster L. Klehm C. Roberts Payne Cobi-,key I ove Tazelaar Grinker Cox Kyhus Foster Bcall Lee Vernor Sattertield Bauer Yeomans X Xxkksxn A bxbxbb P ? -I .Y . P ' , ? . PI ,f"I' A ,. -x.. .. -x.. - x. x- A6 X l . NV ! nA u' '1rlHlnE1lfgp5,4Up lm. LII Uv - .gg gp 4, ll ll l L.. Phoebe Alexander Mary Louise Bartholf Mary Elizabeth Bayman Ada Marie Bigelow Inez Boardman Gwendolyn Dargel Harnden Shannon Smeltzer Shear Boardman Bartholf Bayman McBride Fagan Tarpley McBrady Trusdell Haas Kaufman Waters Tucker Liestman Alexander Rider Pascal Bigelew I-IAEA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY May Fagan Margaret Haas Florence Harnden Geraldine Kaufman Louise Liestman Ruth McBrady Ester McBride Eileen O'Connell Gladys Pascal Loma Rider Helen Shannon Dorothy Shear A CEITII S Adele Mernitz Bernice Smith Helen KeI1iStef JUNIORS Ella Saunders Delores Stallard SOPHOMORES Edith Mg Adams Nedra Johnson L0l'ell8- Harvey Betty Becker FRESHMEN ' Joyce Zimmerman Helen Drew Barbara Bard Doris Snyder Jeanett Shepardson Lois Shelford Ruth Finley Helen Smeltzer Frances Tarpley Blanche Trusdell Edith Tucker Ethel May Waters Rebecca Denise Anna McKeighan Luba Belevitch Katharine Wilcox Oca Stephens Rilla Ortgieson Emma I. Wilcox Finley McKeighan Shelford Stephens Zimmerman Mernitz Drew Smith Bard Stallard Saunders Belevitch Ortgieson Johnson Becker Snyder Harvey Adams Page 551 S xk 5537355 Cf, I v 4o'QgxL-45311-gpgugp lm. L lllv - fv- 5 A4 .A r' ' V 'V :gi ge ,lp 9 I ' ' f X CAMDUI IDCI ETI EI G 0 G F Z Adelphic Literary Society . . 56a 5 Alethenai Literary Society . 562 y Alpha Omega ......... 561 Z American Society of Civil Engineers . . 562 ? American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . 563 9 Anonian Literary Society ....... 563 5 Athenian Literary Society . . 564 a Chinese Students' Club . . 564 ? Daubers ...... 565 Q Der Deutsche Verein . . . 565 5 El Circulo Literario Espanol . . 566 5 Electrical Engineering Society . 566 3, Floriculture Club .... 567 P Gregorian Literary Society . 567 5 Home Economics Club . . 563 5 Horticulture Club . . 568 Illiola Literary Society . . . 569 Intercollegiate Flying Club . 556 Inter-Literary Council . . 569 Italian Arts Club ..... 570 Jamesonian Literary Society . . 570 Kappa Phi Sigma ..... 557 Landscape Club . . 571 Le Cercle Francais P. . 571 Philippine Illini Club . 572 Railway Club . . . 572 Shi-Ai ...... 555 Skull and Crescent . 558 Tu-Mas .... 559 Wesley Players ...... 573 Woman's Cosmopolitan Club . 573 ? ? 5 . S in o S :SW A A Ax .x -tx Ax ..x Ax Ax .ax .A Ax c AM A 0. la. 0. 11. 0, 11. ,,, gg ,A ,L ,L , ,, I I I I I I Page 554 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 9 5 5 5 5 I Qs 9 1 4 as '1ruHllE1lgp5,4Up ml. u p PV Alpha Chi Omega Marguerite Stevens Ruth Waddell Kathryn Vaughan Ruth McArthur Alpha Delta Pi Genevieve Sorenson Gladys Currie Ruth Pretty Jean Currie Gertrude Freevol Alpha Gamma Delta Doris Hall Margaret Singleton Antoinette Mitchel Alpha Omicron Pi Ethel Hull Ruth Glieck Olive Ogren Grace Esdohr r .R LA I-1. Founded, University of Illinois, 1907 Honorary Sophomore Intersororily Society MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Alpha phi Delta Gamma Eunice Thumley Frances Howard Dorothy Steele Katherine Fishbaugh Virginia Scott Alpha Xi Della Catherine Powell Mona Leis McMillan Gwendolyn Roberts Jean Reed A Chi Omega Claire Kelly Louise Cummins Virginia Lownsbcry Jean Macdonald Della Delta Della Dorothy Filby Dorothy Elliot Virginia Murton Gladys McDougal Betty Parrish Jane Cawest Virginia Marsh Margret Crocker Gamma Phi Beta K Beatrice Sloan Margaret Leach Marjorie King Lois Fleming appa Alpha Theta Rachel Hill Alberdine Hatcher Billy Farnham Bernice Stevens Kappa Kappa Gamma Claire Abbott Josephine McCormick Margaret Goodman Pi Bela Phi Cecile Gilroy Josephine Townsend Elizabeth Stoolman Sigma Kappa Julia Western Esther MacLaren Alberta Leeper Ruth Rankin Louise Babel Helen Sawyer l I 7 S Q'- Singleton MacMillan Hurst Mitchel Roberts Reed McDougal Powell McCormick Abbott Macdonald Stoolman Thumley Howard Scott Fishbaugh Freevol J. Currie Hull Ogfell Esdohr SHXOH Parkhill Lownsbcry Townsend G, Currie Babel Leach Hill Farnham Rankin King Fleming Waddell Goodman Kelly Gilroy Hatcher Stevens Western Pretty MacLaren Leeper Sawyer Cawest Bresee Crocker l , tl, -I pswx A .ex .ex .A .ts .ex Ax .A Ax .ex sX .ex Q M blurb - 1,. .. 1.. 11. 1,. 1.. 1.. 1,. lp fi 4 Page 555 6fNfSfXfX o' 'ir in-in uc 1' gp 5,10 im. Lllllb - '41 . 44 vwv-vu C f 1 1 5, 'Wx 41 5 f ,,, , VV . , ... I 9 a 5 5 5 4 s s s 4 r ? 9 ,, 9 . 9 5 5 ? 3 L r s f 9 i 5 9 5 3. ? P x ? ? ? F P ? 5 ? ? ? ? P 5 3' P 5 3' s Major Maxwell Kirby E. E. Atwood W. J. Baker J. F. Bates J. R. Below L. R. Black G. S. Bond W. B. Borst E. O. Blackman H. I. Clark A. E. Dianis A. L. Dillon W. M. Foss W. A. Heinze F. L. Kirgis H. W. Knoll INTEIQCDLLEGIATE FL I ,gxxiq Y,-L. R2 g 4 . 5. 1 1 Y ' ' . .1 -io -1 3'2"-.l 1Pgi4- 9,-'Un mx.: um --Q' 5 To encourage and to promote advancement in the progress and science of Aviation FACULTY Prof. C. F. Green MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY E. A. Lusk J. S. McHenry K. W. Mosher O. W. Munger H. J. Nebeck W. B. Nichols F. H. Oster H. R. Reynolds W. M. Rose J. C. Shear B. M. Sherman O. W. Stewart R. E. Stein P. E. Shanahan R. G. Purnell G. M. VanNess F. H. Vessel D. Wilson D. E. Keller E. W. Janensch J. A. Olson J. L. Long R. C. Hodgeman L. J. Halvorsen C. Webber G. C. Primm M. Pritchard K. Oster C. O. Miller T. W. Mermel IECLIB Prof. M. A. Riddell H. W. Hulsman K. D. Hocking R. F. Elwell C. Drew R. T. Drake J. Christner H. A. Chetham G. A. 0'Neal G. C. Kruzc C. E. Johnson E. M. Hughes D. Verda. L. D. Gould F. Sherman l Stewart Hcinze Mosher Hughes Jnnensch Vessel McHenry Halvorsen Black F. Oster Baker Chetham Adams Bates Hodgeman Primm Hulsman Knoll O'Neal Kruze Dianis Reynolds Blackford Elwell Drake Shear Dreman Olson Gould Mermel Long Bond Lusk Stein johnson Atwood Hocking Nebeck Clark Nichols Shanahan Drew Webber K. Oster Pritchard Miller Vei-da A .R -R .x A .ax .R .A Ax .A .mx ..x .cs .ex .A .A ..x Ax .A .RAIL 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1,- 1. 11. 1 1 D . Page 556 Y s . IV 'xx-eff X 456 'll' IHI IE 1l1gy5,4UD U,Q.,LI,Q'UP Yqrqxqrfeff gm f LY 14 Founded, University of Illinois, 1867 T011 Aclivv CIIHIPUJFS I 45' . ll 'Al' ' if 4 ar a I I, 52,1 5 7,0 , .b. A. X4 I I To develop cogency of thought and personal power by public speech and contact of personalitiesg and to stimulate cultural activities FACULTY T. A. Clark, B.L., Litt.D. I. M. White, B.S. C. O. Gardner N. C. Ricker P. H. Brown, Ph.D. C. F. Hottes, Ph.D. C. W. Wolfe H. B. Boyer S. W. Parr, D.Sc. R. F. Dvorak, BS. R. E. Norris, AB. W. SWHHSCH, A.M. A. R. Craythorne, Ph.D. SENIORS Howard J. Nebeck E. W. Darmstatter F. L. P01111 C- K- Harmison N. E. Adclhelm Robert Duffy L. R. Sutin I. M. Scldon W. J. Baker A, E. Hallett Milton Adclhelm B. Uhlenhop J. F. Bracken I. C. Moore L- E- Adi1mS G. Kaplan W. C. Bremner John Orndolf F. R. Knight A- Nedwed JUNIORS Paul E. Courtney Dave Rubin C. A. Hcubncr Richard Hahn C. I. Luckman M. D. Thorn James Gaston Leo Karland E. T. Reeder SoPHoMoREs F. L. Burns Gordon Buck Herbert Hudson George Hale Nat Fadim Dwight Flanders Roscoe Moon M. V. Liescnfelt nun' .- Darmstatter Gaston Ada ms Hahn Courtney Bremner Moers Moore Nedwed Harmison Hallett Hudson Petru Seldon Huie Adclhelm N ebeqk Orndoff Bracken Liescnfelt Moon W2iCll K A AC,4iA4,A4,44ACA45-,RPA7A7f,.7y,.b,. 7fQtQf,e2tb,b,,2, Page 557 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 59 'ir ui-41 is ip ,510 im. Lllfll as 'gi Q ' do f YYYYY Ili LL AND CIQEICE T Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1901 Helmet Chapter Established 1917 . .Nix -, A r. 'JVR Honorary Sophomore Interfraternity Society FACULTY ADVISOR Fred H. Turner, A.M. Acacia Delta Kappa Epsilon Lloyd D. Gould Harold M. Brown Alpha Della Phi Timothy W. Swain James H. Wheat Alpha Sigma Phi Ward A. Southard Arnold Christian Alpha Tau Omega Lee H. Sentman, J Walter B. Booth Beta Theta Pi Charles E. Duncan Charles E. Conley, Chi Psi Walter Herschback Omer E. Doud Chi Phi J. Leslie Harper Glen Hummer r. Jr. Frank Reid, Jr. John C. Gage Delta Tau Delta J. Freeland Harrold Charles C. Buchanan Delta Upsilon William G. Budinger Vernon S. Curtis, Jr. Kappa Sigma William P. Standard Paul F. Schlicher Phi Delta Theta Frederick Johnston John Lansden Phi Gamma Delta William F. Lewis Robert C. Martin Phi Kappa John A. Sheridan Edward A. Cody Phi Kappa Psi Carl B. McLaughlin John H. Detrich Phi Kappa Sigma John H. Clements Richard A. Welsh Phi Sigma Kappa George W. Stark Donald R. Poor Psi Upislon Edwin W. Brown Wilber J. McEdwards Sigma Alpha Epsilon Robert J. Wilson Noel C. Moore Sigma Chi Hugh F. Owens Fred L. Wham Sigma Nu Stanley L. Bodman Eugene F. Park Sigma Pi Herbert L. Krueger Clifford A. Grill Tau Kappa Epsilon Granville Sands Ernest Meislahn Theta Delta Chi Malcolm Burgess Chester M. Carson Zeta Psi William K. Jordan Charles M. Vibert Buclinger Martin Krueger Grill Cody Conley Sheridan Duncan Jacobs Wilson Yale Standard Reid Swain Wheat Gould H. M. Brown Lansden Curtis Stark Poor Hoqlgchel- Harrold Harper E. W. Brown Croft Gill Hummer N Sentman Sands Southard Christian Lewis Keeley Detrich Johnston McLaughlin Owens Wham Burgess Carson Jordan Meiglahn AAAAA AAA A Ahhh xx Y x Page 558 u' 'll'IHllE1l1gp5,aUb im. Lll'Ur .. Y .gggmegp , Alpha Delta Phi Harry Warren Alpha Sigma Phi Clyde Q. Morgan Robert G. Otteson Alpha Tau Omega Arnold Doescher William Spear Beta Theta Pi Calvin Beck Lyle S. Cline Chi Phi W. D. Lewis LL LA MAI Founded, University of Illinois, 1906 Junior-Senior Interfraternity Honorary Society FACULTY ADVISOR Cordon C. Lipc, A.B. MELIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Chi Psi Frank S. Tarvin Arch S. James Delta Kappa Epsilon James Royer Edward Hoelscher Delta Tau Delta Henry C. Lucas Charles S. Goodall Delta Upsilon George Whyte William F. O'Dell Kappa Sigma Ralph C. Roeske Phi Delta Theta Joseph W. McCoy Roland A. Floberg Phi Gamma Delta Elias W. Darmstatter Psi Upsilon John W. Beal Sigma Alpha Epsilon Kenneth Rugh Charles F. Edwards Sigma Chi Edward F. Thompson Phi Kappa Psi Harold A. Boling Sigma Nu Kenneth L. Burroughs H. Lambert Logan Phi Kappa Sigma Andrew C. Lenz John H. Pribblc' Theta Delta Chi Willard C. Thompson Frank Winterbauri Phi Sigma Kappa Zeta Psi Harold B. Groh William P. Ammerson William R. Hildeman Brewster Freeland Pribble Reno Lenz O'Dcll Rocskc McCoy Hildeman Floberg Darmstatter Doescher Lucas Spears Oelman Logan James Edwards Ottcson Goodall I-Ioelschcr Morgan Groh Beck Lewis Warren Rugh Burroughs Thompson Boling Whyte Tarvin Beal AXQG A Bibsbsbbxbix Page 559 V9 'lI'lHllE I- v lm. 1. If Ss Y 1 QIIWU !, yy Z ADELI3 N. A. Weston, Ph.D. H. G. Roberts, A.B. S. E. Ekblaw F. J. Berner L. K. Oestcrling H . W. Scott K. E. Moberly L. M. Null J. O. Ncwcomer Charles Simmons E. K. Herrick IC LIKEIQAIQ focllir To foster the attainment of originality in essay, oration, and debate G. T. mom, Ph.D. C. M. Dewey King McCristol C. C. Ulrich E. M. Hughes E. G. Hitchcock H. A. Hawley H. W. Gaulrapp J. E. Ulrich FACULTY SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES proficiency and G. A. Huff, Bs. G. V. Mead Earl Gromer Harold Parker Joey Novak W. M. Conway A. D. Huston R. G. Benbow Robert Baldridge W. W. Yapp, Ph.D Joe Ackerman E. R. Carre A. A. Mercey L. V. Slothower Henry Molden E. J. Ulrich Manson C. Couch W 1.,... Carre Mead Hughes Baldridge Scott Parker Slothower Ngyak Hitchcock J. Ulrich E. Ulrich C. Ulrich Couch Null Ekblaw , Benbow Ackerman Dewey h Huston Hawley Newcomer Gaulrapp Gmme, Berne: AQAQAQ ,. 77,,77,,b,?2,. Page 560 v' 4 in gi .. .P '1rnHllE1ligp5,4Uv lm. Y D ' v xf , rv rv 1 Samuel Astrinsky Michael F clsher David Belinoff Harry Asher William Chasan Sidney Deutsch YY nA ALIDI-IA DMEIEA Founded, University of Buffalo, 1907 1 . TW0nU"f0Uf ACUV0 Ch11Di0l'5 ' Illinois Chapter lastzllslislicd 1928 To uphold the highest standards of the Dental profession FACULTY Isaac Schour, B.S,, D.D.S., M.S. Eli Olcch, D-D-S- SENIORS Irving Hecht LCStf3l' D. Kaplin Louis Jacobson Louis Rothiield jUNroRs Louis Holzman .l05ePh Scuddel' SoPHoMoREs Jules Gould Rubin Kadens Richard Hoffman David Prilikin Irwin Hershenbein Bernard R0bCl'tS Abraham Selisky Joshua S. Vission Harry Pitluck Jack Sturman Fred Zissman L A A A Scudder Pritikin Belinoff Kadens Hoffman Garlinkle Asher Deutsch Chasnn Vission Felshcr Rothfield Kaplin Hecht Selisky Astrinsky Jacobson Holzman Pitluck Gould Sturman Hershenbein Roberts Zissman i M6 N Page 561 P 1 nl-one Igpjgellb lm. 'v .8 x Z r 9 5 9 5 3 ? i i 5 Z 5 r 9 5 3. F Stamm Roy Burrows Martin Watson Ha Ic1cock X on Almen Johansen Marjorie Wilson Ruth McArthur Elinor Crook Dixie Mason Kathryn Burrows Susan Duell Margaret Guild ALETHENAI LIFEIQAIQY locllir For the purpose of stimulating forensic eloquence FACULTY Helen Rand A.M. Clarissa Rinaker Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frances Howard Vera Kraft Betty Parrish Florence Roy Margaret Watson Josephine McCormick Lucille Finnegan Eleanor Liebling Margaret Otis Betty Schneider Dorothy Wheeler Betty Stoolman June Whitson Florence Martin AMEIQICAN IDCIET FCI ILE GI EEIQI Founded, University of Illinois, 1883 Eunice Thumley Mary Von Almen Virginia Hall Helen Johanse Milda Shallene Esther Stamm Marjorie Peacock 495 ' f gc Ni f s .Av 3 Schneider Mason Kraft Leibling Shallcne Otis 3IcCormicl: Whitson Wheeler Finnegan 7 1 I1 To serve in the advancement of the Civil Engi- neering projession and the advancement of mankind Page 562 OFFICERS . R. NIEMAN . . ..... .... P resident . G. PURNELL . . . Vice-President . A. GRENNAN . . . . . Secretary M. GIFFORD . . . . Treasurer AA,a4AQa4fsbQA Q' 'iriHllE1lQp5,fUi iuutiif I fr YYWQYVCYYY f 56 25 , y v w 24 nd Mitchell Nelson Morgan Gardiner Alexander Durrstein Jarman 'l'indall Caskey Huffman Kreisinger Johnson Schubert Parr Greenwood Swift Sr-lmrg Levy Sullivan l'faulseh Kessler Seefelllt Ball Lynch Wilson Benjamin Wandling Anderson Place Wellman Sheehan Sorlerquist johnson Ott Leutwiler Hottes Luscombe Kohler Zitka Lakemacher Leutwiler jenkins Madsen Mackey Baird Lee Daeanlly AMEIQICAN IUCIET DE ECI-lAN CAL E I3 NEEIQI Founded, University of Illinois, IS96 To help the student with his problems and to keep him in touch with what other engrneers are doing OFFICERS L. G. LEUTWILER . .... . . -. President C, E, SWIFT , , , . Vzee-Preszdent E. G. LAKEMACIIER . - - Tfeafflfff T. V. SIIEEIIAN . . . Secretary ANDN AN LITEIQAIQY UCIE Marjorie Alcorec Mary Frcese Joanna Grochowski Emily Kneip Constance Moon Elizabeth Parriot Dorothy Steele Dolores Gillen Edith Heier Founded, University of IllinoiS, 1922 For the advancement of interest in literary and sfholastic achievement NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Betty King Virginia Gleim Evelyn Hammett Betty Forrest Virginia Scott Lucille Tomisky Evelyn Ehman Martha Righter Elizabeth Engstrand Mary Tiebout Winnifred Armstrong Mary Joan Bunting Gertrude Graham Marjorie Hall Helen Harrison Helen Ridinger Dorothy Witmer Betty Kane Isabel Marsh Suda Norris Marjorie Golden Grace Lockhart Florence Mueller Harriet Meyers Mary Margaret Clark Kathryn Kimball Gillen Forrest Heier Marsh Lockhart Grochowski Tomisky Graham Clark Norris Moon Meyers Wilmer Hammett Ehmnn Righter Ridinger Freesc Harrison Parriot Mueller Gleim Kneip Kane Kimball Steele Hall Bunting King RCA AAKQA A bstbxbse Zahsbababa Page 563 Q' W' V' X' V X" XV' V' X' XY' K' S' S' Y' S' 5' W' 5' Y' Y' 3' xv 9.- NA Q! 'ir :Hi IE 1l1Qp5,1Uh ll ui. lLll'IJv N vw Y fait Schultz Jens Houts Trencliurd Rosenfeld Pierce Goulding Grundin THEN AN I-ITEIQAIQY IUCIET Founded, University of Illinois, I9o7 To stimulate interest in literature If 45S ' l I X LIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Mary Trcnchard Ellen Schultz Catherine Fait R - Garnette Houts Mary Jens Lillian Rosenfeld Hiigiinjpgiycsldin Florence Grundin ' g cn NE1En Dli TI' L I3 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 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY L. H. Cha T. Y. Kao H. Chan C. F. Kuo W. M. Chan H. L. Kwang T. T. Chang I. L. Kw0ng F. L. Chao T. L. Lau Y. H. Chao Y. Lee B F. Chow H. LCG C. W. Chow H- Q- H- LCC L. Chung S. C. Lee W. C. Gong C. H. Li C. Huang C. G. Lin Ellen K. Lin C. Liu S. L. Lo I. Pang D T. Shaw Y C. Shih C. F. Sun H. P. Tien C. C. Tien H. P. Ting C. H. Tsui T. T. Tsung K C. Wang P. N. Wang H T. Wu J. Wu S. C. Yang Y. C. Yeh C. T. Yuan Chao Ting Chung Wang Y. Lee Kao Tien Lin . H. Q, H. Lee Chang Q Shaw S, C, Lee Kuo Kwong Cha Wu Yang Tsung Gong Pang Chan H. Lee Huang Yeh Lo Liu Tsui Lau ' 4f,.K,ei.,Q44K AAAQA 77,,7y..72,.77,. N Page 564 , . ,. Y S v v X ' 495 'll'lHllE1lug,5,1UD lllLILll'Uv Wi gi al -- t A p , , I . . . , A L r b ff 5 5 5 ' 1 O 9 5 5 a I s A A . E i 5 . K Hubata Schori Balding Rosenkrans Doms Schneider Zimmerman Ittner Round Krause Jehle Davis Schubert 9 Tipton Nieman Busch Schultz Vaky Markus Tintinger Ziegler I. Kertcs M. Kertes Welch Reichmann Aron Mueller 5 Daggett Burger Thornton Gustin Colrany Ferguson Wascher Hirsch Krumsieg Rixman Holston Driebusch Glos I 5 I DEI? DE IICH 9 4 ' Founded, University of Illinois, 1890 4 . . S I To further the knowledge of German lzfe, lzterature, and language E 1 N Z NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY E 5 B. N. Balding E. Ferguson, Jr. J. Kirkman . Ward K. Schori E I Katherine Bogardus Josephine M. Galloway Elma Kl'Um5lelZ A. Swierezcek Q 5 Charles A. Brown W. G. W. Glos Violet Markus R. R. Thomas 4 Anita Burger L. Gilmore E. A. Meyer E. B. Thornton 9 A. Burns Gertrude J. Graham Edward M. Mueller Marian E. Tintinger S 5 P. Burns Rose Gustin Alma A. Nieman M. Tipton 4 , Catherine Busch Marcella M. Holston Ella A. Pearlman Alpha M. Vaky N ' E. M. Colrany Dorothy Hirsch A. T. Perkins Anita Wascher Q 9 Gwen Commons Louise Hofferbert F. C. Reichmann Charlotte L. Weber 4 , Sarah V. Daggett R, Hubata Rose Rixman Angela M. Welch 5 7 Elizabeth Doms R, T, Itmcr Arvilla M. Rosenkrans M. Wittman Q at Anna Driebusch V. Jannssen O. H. Round' Irene M. Zack Q5 5 H. S. Ecklund Ircng Kei-tes A. Scheidenhelm Ellen A. Schultz 4 P H. Ehrens Margaret Kertes R. Schneider E. M. Krause Q Esco Estes 4 1 DAU BE IDI 2 Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 To promote interest in artistic achievement among art students FACULTY C. E. Bradbury, B.F.A. C. V. Donavon, B.P. E. E. Ncarpass, B.P. Lorado Taft, Ph.D. LaForce Bailey, M.s., B.P. E. J. Lake, Bs. R. Newcomb, A-M., March. Miss Woodruffe G. V. Davis R. Zuppke, Ph.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Don King Dorothy Steele Helen Gregory Margaret Mowry Walter Anderson George Horner Lish Whitson William Pereira Ruth V. Johnson Walter Saunders Pierre Bezy Gertrude Snowhill Robert Dell 4 ? 5 . l . ? . P ' . - 4 s ' I 4 1 Q Saunders Dell Pereira Whitson King 4 5 1 Mowry Johnson Steele Snowhill Gregory ' 4 P 4 DFW -X AX -sk KK AS .sX AX .AS .sS .sX ASX .sX - X .5 A mg Il. li. 0. In. Ia. Ip. li. If- I0 lp. lp. A - .. Y Q Page 565 r ll-ll IE lpgpg Uv llILlLlI'U " ' YYYYY I " ' x nj? 1 X X -S , 44 5.4 G. H. Fitz-Gerald L. Fitz-Gerald Prof. J. D. Fitz-Gerald Woundy Rosenwasscr Thies Lind Alexander Gregory Smith Campbell Severn Hoar Wechsler Birger Abrahamson Hammett Della,-ard Rnstaetter W. Jones Fee Berdolt Swanson Stretcher Gioconda Vrba Romberger E. Jones Brown Gmvl-log Allen Roth Olson Strano Temple Young Norin Kueter Wylie Mojonnicr Waggener Angela Gioconda Dcvorah S. Wechsler John Lockett Dolores Becker Roblee Alexander Katheryn Sherwood Helen Mojonnicr Dorothy Squire John Young Velma Rombcrgcr Dorothy Jueal Helen Strano Founded, University of Illinois, x9o7 To faster friendship and afford a place to become better acquainted with Spanish life, literature, and culture MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Theresa Roscnwasser Louise Campbell Mildred Enns Mary Torticil Sara Belton Evelyn Olson Grace Stretcher Phyllis Long Lowell Norin Betty Gregory Rose M. Anderson Violet Sauer Betty DeBcrard Helen Stull Martha E. Woundy Ruth Wellman Grace Kueter Marian Shafer Eugenio Argudin Evelyn Hammett Anne G. Foley Edith Hoar Winifred Jones Margaret Waggener Anita Roth Mary Fee Ethel Jones Adelaide Bevier Kathryn I. Allen Dorothy Severn Isma Gravelot Gudrun Birger Linda Fitz-Gerald L. E. Arnillas EVUIYH Markley Rita Wylie Kathryn Berdolt Mary F. Temple Irma Vrba Ruth Abrahamson Genevieve Thies, Eva Lind Gerald H. Fitz-Gerald Frances Webber ELECTIQICALE GI EEIQI IDCIET R. W. Benfer C. E. Fisher F. W. Hornberger C. H. Stcinhardt F. T. Eastman G. D. Matthews L. S. Wells D. H. Fay F. T. Mitchell Founded, University of Illinois, IQO4 To advance the students in their profession of Electrical Engineering F. N. Dow R. L. Shifely J. F. Bracken F. M. Funkhouser E. D. Martin F . D. Temple W. H. Formals F . W. Mousel MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY H. A. Wenzel A. P. Geuss ' F . Bandino W. Everhart F. T. Brewer W. E. Haselwood R. D. Merrill W. T. Cooper C. Gentilini L. G. Ramer W. P. Burglund H. R. Long H. I. Bloodworth R. S. Hubbell Q. C. Vines J. L. Wiegreffe P. S. Oling' W. M. Cronin H. Ibler I. A. Rockman L. P. Evans L. E. Mendel W. A. Briggs B. K. Peters vans-f..Y,.rw . , . Shearer Gentilini Suttle Mousel Fay Matthews Rockman Withel Jordan Merrill Nelsch Wood Willgy Hubbard Armstrong Morrical Brewer Chandler Wiegreffe Dow Long Thamas Mendel Munster Haselwood Burglund Clark Schmidt Eastman Chapin 454445 AAA A PEJQA 77b,sQf,bab,,7,..7,Q,h Page 566 . A f f A Y f- - ,,, ,QS 'Ir 1lm ini u. 24. ., V . Turner Swartz Bruns Gotsch Johannsen Prof. Dorner Schroeder Decker Erickson Patelski Kiffmeyer Blaisdell Wehrmann Burdick Va nderwal Johnson Striegl Tapscott Schroeder Inllemiln Yvunz Schwarm Bufia Henderson Matthiesen Everhart Fink Gaston Cannon Oakes King Dolan Lundstrom Kniep Wilkening Herman B. Dorner Stanley W. Hall Robert Cultra Lester Davis Margaret Dolan Forrest Erickson Margaret Fink Howard Gotsch Edvin Hall George Hockenyos Richard Hyatt Milton Ingeman Nellie King Albert Niednagel Henry Schroeder Joseph Schroeder FLUIQIC LT I. Cl. I3 Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 ' To promote fellowship among the florieultural students Frederick F. Weinard Samuel W- Dcfikef MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Forrest Striegl Evlyn Neal James Tapscott A Dirk Vanderwal Harvey Wehrmann James Young Lois Cannon Anna Oakes Arthur Cheney Grant Everhart Frances Gaston Joseph Gill Charles Hewitt John Lundgren Andrew Matthiesen Ernest Schwarm Fred Seibold Theodore Swartz William West Hans Bahr William Blaisdell Paul Bruns Forrest Gimlin Wilbert Grimmer George Henderson Charles Johannsen Donald Kendall Francelia Wilkening GIQEGIDIQIAN LITEIQAIQ IDCIET Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 To promote interest in literature and fellowship among the girls of Illinois LEONORA COFER . . ...... . .. . President VERNA MANN , , , . V168-Pfwldenl MILDRI-:D SHUMAN . . . . . Secretary GERTRUDE CHULOCK . . - - Tfedwffff James Hutchinson Wilhelm Peters Maurice Turner William Kiffmeyer Elmer Woods Eugene Buffa Donald Burdick Marjorie Deal Carl Johnson William Kistler Rosalie Kniep Alice Lundstrom Elmer Patelski Wilber Pings Chamberlain Mann Stoutemyer Brady Pohn Abrams Burnham Barrett Armstrong Smith Ellis Caron Youmans Irick Love Hanawalt Ralph Gill Young Fritz Brauer Seider Alsip Clancy Hofferbcrt McLoughlin Yondet Clason O'Neil McGary Mercer Hartman Cobiskey Beall Parker Sivan Finn Neville Slapak Lopez Lux McKenzie Fisher Pressmer Mowatt Kruger Weinberger Cohen Montooth Duncan Lipper! Chulock Cofer Seider Zaslovsky Gold Chulock Ricardo Hill AAAAAAAAXAJAA baxgyaxx x Piigwsarl MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY S-ir H is il1Qp5,1UD lm. I. ,, f ir ' 'gg N av YYVVY E' Dillon Vasey Sanders Bvente Thal Brash Law Wagenseller Beedle Jessen Ross Hoeft Knipe Trainor Holmes Cole Fiini H. Goold M.Goold Harrison Erdman Mann Mascher Frey Lee Beall Nieman Wittman Duckles Snook Hubbard Miiis Endies Ciandai Garrison Willcox Owens Lloyd Hoover Price Bushee Shields Wright Sharcr Royston Downs Holch Davis Daugharthy Janssen Sanders Selden Cole Lynch Minninger Morlock Lnue Wittenfeld Wallis Clark Gale Benbow Craig Spencer Still Denise HDME ECDN MIC! CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, 1902 To further the interests of and to promote good fellowship among Home Economics students Bertha Laue Mercedes Wittenfeld Esther Morlock Louise Still Ella Sanders Neora Janssen Hallie Daugharth Geraldine Davis Elizabeth Holch Isabelle Downs Y Helen Goold Mildred Goold Helen Harrison Elverta Erdman Clara Mann Florence Crandall Dorothy Dillon Vera Vasey Hazel Sanders Florence Bvente Henrietta Selden Alice Royston Pauline Masch ' Pauline Cole Besse Sharcr Mildred Frey er llgldhtgigrlllial Frances Lynch Mary Wright Edith Lee Aiiee Law Beth Minninger Doris Wallis Frances Shields Margaret Bushee Beatrice Beall Alma Nieman Mary Wagenseller Ruth Beedle Mary Clark Laura Price Marion Wittman E1 ' Alice Gale Virginia Hoover Dorothy Duckles Elgifeklbzfen Marian Benbow Clara Lloyd Emma Snook Jean Heeft Florence Craig Alma Spencer Rebecca Denise Hallie Owens Marian Willcox Laura Garrison Lois Hubbard Marcia Mills Lela Endres Virginia Knipe Kathryn Trainor Harriet Holmes Arlene Flint Mnbei Coie Founded, University of Illinois, 1906 To lend a deeper significance to the study of Horticulture as a science MEMBERS IN UNlVERSITY Jerome E. Vogt Philip S. Smith Harvey B. Hartline N, F, Huie George C. Bates Robert G. Benbow Robert M. Guthrie K, R, Tucker Peter J. Zerbolio William H. Childs William C.- Fisher Kenneth Foster Roy K. Wise Curt E. Eckert Elmer L. Sauer ' Keith Foster Murl E. Gardner Sidney Pope Robert Baldrige W. E. Anderson Robert L. Carolus John B. Stead Donald W. Hamilton Harold Wright Luther E. Martz Grant D. Everhart J. Krohn We H. Tammen Dorsey Strubinger Lloyd Somers Hamilton Martz Vogt Pope Everhart Benbow Zerbolio Childs Eckert AAQQA A Page 568 u' '1r1HllE1lfgp5,4Up IIIL LII'UP - -A 44 I Y .5g 55, LA - ..,f'1,r-.N -, .- . aft... .. , Young Snowhill Rankin Western Ketchum Goodell Filbcy E. Solon Stevens Bursik Dillon Sorenson Bott Brunf: A. Solon Weedman Hall Zoller Bowling Jackman Hatcher Roberts Smeiding Van Sands GIIFOY Phares Golden ILLID A LITEIQAIQY IDCIET Founded, University of Illinois, I9o3 To further interests of university women in literary and artistic lines ALICE VAN SANDS . . MARY ROBERTS . . . ANNA Lomsa JACKMAN CAROLYN SMEIDING . . ALBERDINE HATCIIER . OFFICERS President Vice-President . . .Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer I TED-LITEDAIQY CUUNCII. Founded, University of Illinois, X925 To consolidate the interests of the literary societies at the University of Illinois MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Adelphia Anonian Gregorian Carter M. Dewey Earl H. Gromer Kenneth E. Moberly Joseph Ackerman Sidney E. Ekblaw Alethenai Margaret S. Watson Kathryn Burrows Florence M. Roy Dorothy S. Steele Mary E. Kane Elizabeth J. Parriott Emily H. Kniep Grace E. Lockhart Athenian Mary E. Jens Mary L. Trenchard Maude Adams Leonore A. Cofer Celia M. Irick Verna G. Mann Helen E. Schmidt Elrena D. Seider Illiola Alice E. Van Sands Cecile Gilroy Ruth K. Pretty Julia E. Western Kathryn I. Allen Betty J. Ketchum J amesonian Mary Margaret Clark Catherine M. Busch B. Ellen Sharp Helen B. Slepicka Kappa Phi Sigma John F. Bracken Richard F. Hahn Charles J. Luckman Albert E. Hallett Isaac C. Moore Louis R. Sutin 1 . Irick Kane Jens Busch Sharp Mann Gr0m0r I-Ockhart Van Sands Kniep Western Pretty Hahn Ackerman Dewey Tremhard Coier Seider Bracken Moore Steele Clark Hallett I M A bra Es. N Page 569 . , V9 '1ruI-me 1 I llllllaxl 'e YXQYYY X gg l'9'5"U Q ,f Y A A Palumbo Burch Granata Contratto Van Horne Frnbone Marcsco De Tomasi Pianfetti Spingola Longo Camino Ginnetti Noti Nicolosi Piacemi Pesci Pallai Ronchetti Gioconda Mundo Petitti Pietrangeli Kigggl J. Van Horne, Ph.D. Wm. J. Granata H. B. Strano J. B. Salami P. Giachini D . Putman B. R. DiAngelo M. J. Costa A. Gioconda L. Eovaldi C. Gcntilni Wm. Wines ITALIAN A1211 To encourage Italian Arts FACULTY E. Amclotti, M.S. A. Pietrangeli, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY S. E. Piaccnti V. LoLardo F. Palumbo H. Camino J. Nicolosi W. J. Eovaldi C. Gianetti D. Frabone A. Longo S. Spingola C. Corso J. Noti O. Ponto J. Oriando A. G. Dzikas F. Costa J. A. Pianfctti C. Gallati W. G. Eovaldi R. J. Biondo J. Contratto A. A. Diorio AMEIO IAN LIIEIQAIQY Joan A.M. To promote interest in literary work and to further the spirit of good fellowship among the women of Illinois OFFICERS MARY CLARK . . ...... . . . President HAZEL DREW . . ..... . . Vice-President MILDRED McKEE . . . . Secretary RUTH REYNOLDS . . . . Treasurer S. Kisscl, A.B J. J. D. Urso H. J. Pesci M. Petitti F. Detomasi F. Pollai L. Mundo R. Burch G. Maresco G. V. Calabrc A. D'anza SC Fleming Jewell Weatherford Sharp Weber Siemon Gilmour Anderson Davidson 4 Schermerhgm Stansncld DeSelm Duckles Daugherity Davis Gustaveson Toynton Bennett Kveton Goulding Hopkins Meyers Rice Reynolds Busch Wilson French Parker - Grundin Brydgeg Nelson Gushanow Shore Witmer Koutz Hurd McNally KinSSlGY Kirkman Felter McKee Page 570 r w I g9'll'lHlIE1l1gj5,aUb llll:lBB'lJb xx X' S' gr ! LA KA 4 , pf - I f 5. ' V B01-gene Siefking Jansen Brown Wilkcning Eck Durken Pocaro Cougill Grilith Eagen Jenkinson Irish. Harriss Krueger Spelman Warren Beck Bowen Wampler Bloom Jones Olson Werland Birks Kirkpatrick Morrison Ashmore Rutledge Nurmi Forbes Ellifrit Krein Groeser Hanson Boucher Meyer Peck Hunn Brown Yopp Schumacher Shellie Shear Yamada Mann Partridge Burns Bannister Reed Shatwell Roll Peterson Rntcliffe Gustafson Comsky Dicterich Horncman merer Holmes Obcrt Willems Brown Robinson Bell Stuebe Kleppinger Crissey Brumer Blair Schaffer Lohmann McAdams Berg Kam Robert E. Bedard Angela Giaconda Winifred Jones Gerald F itz-Gerald Linda Fitz-Gerald Edna Cornwell Ada Biglow Ruth E. Reynolds Edith Hoar Beatrice C. Bedard Jeanne Bedard Sarah M. Brook Alice Hessler ANDICADE CI. I3 Founded, University of Illinois, 1912 To promote better fellowship among students in Landscape Architecture OFFICERS CARL E, Br-LRG , , . . . . . .... PreSiderll MARION CRISSEY. . . . . . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS All Students of Landscape Architecture at the University LE CEIQCLE FIQANCAII To help further the knowledge of France and the French language FACULTY Cesarinc Breuillaud, A.M. Suzanne Kissel, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Dorris Shopen Catherine D. Anderson S. E. Lightholder Helen E. Hibbs Carl Schoggins Charles Shattuck Helen Goulding Ray Ball Louise A. Campbell Maud Willey Hazel Montooth Esther Barnett Kathryn Allen Marion Moore Mildred E. Burns Angela Welch Olivia Myers Mary Snell Alice Clara Q Julia Stevens Althea Northam Betty Gregory Betty King Helen Slepicka Wm. C. Wines Lucille Sharff Jules Alciatore, A.B. Mary L. Bennett Eileen Ryan Neva Covey Dorothy M. Whyte Dorothy Rosch Muriel Ragsdale Ida Brink Grace Stretcher Mildred Kemp Betty Blough Audrey Weis Florence Hood Violet Gardner Campbell Gregory Jones Myers Welch Slepicka Abrahamson Allen King Cornwell Prof. J . Fitz-Gerald L. Fitz-Gerald G. Fitz-Gerald Breuillaud Hood Weis Covey Kemp Whyte Roesch Hoar Ryan Snell Burns Ball Bennett Northam Stretcher Blough Shopen Biglow Reynolds B. Bedard Brook J. Bedard R.Bedard A L- bxbaba bbs, A P Page 571 u' 'lI"lHIlE1l4gj5,4UI ml. Lulu, " S I f vi i' 4... QV Tel? L, . 4 4 A Ambrosio Dacanay Olivera Valentin Concepcion A' Orencio Carpio Bernardo Wenccslao S. Galinto Rodriguez J. Galinto Salmonle Lucas Enriguez Santos Mrs. Carlock Villanueva Reyes BI orencio I3 Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 For fellowship, for the advancement of thought and the promotion of good will Florencio Lucas Roque T. Reyes E. T. Rodriguez Bernabe Dacanay Severo G. Galinato MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Benigno D. Orencia Gabriel Carpio - Alipio D. Orencia Fulgencio Enriguez golifgijdagn Amado Wenceslao Marcelino Bernardo Aiqgdla Santos David M. Ambrosio Soledad Villanueva F Olivera Napoleon V. Carbonel Isidoro P. Valentin Jfran Gannato Founded, University of Illinois, Igxz To serve as a social and educational bond between members of the Railway Department FACULTY Edward C. Schmidt, M.E. John K. Tuthill, B.S., E.E. Everett G. Young, M.S., M.E, H , 5 h Everett E. King, A.B., M.c.E. mmm J C me" BSU EE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Samuel H. Bergstrom Henry R. Hogendoblcr Clifford A. Bough W'11' R Peter T. Chulkoff K. F. Kirkman Holman F. Braden Gihadiflitlle Titghnds Iu Hau Kwong Robert L. Manville Charles M. Chumley Randall P, Sims William P. Lipscomb Thaddeus W. Mermel Carlos A. Claure Crawford E. Staples Yung Chung Shih John M. Michniuk Melvin M. Culp M, Ar Towne Jesse E. Sturdevant R. T. Reyes Edward W. Horning H, 0, H. Lee Yun Chiao Yeh Rollin K. Snethen Harold Imhoff H. K' Rnyle William G. Wilkins Marion W. Woodruff William R. Marston H, 1 Andrews Ellis Danner George W. Barry William W. Pinkerton Nileg H. Barnard John W. DeWolf Danner Young Tuthill Nieman Bergstrom Nlanville Sims King Barnard Schrader Sneghen Michniuk Culp Lipscomb Kwong Chumley Horning Kirkman Marston Woodruff Sands Imhoff DeWolf Yeh Sturdevant Hogendobler 44.51445 AEKAA A habla Page 572 IXZXZSA ,U 1ruHnE1 1 1 um. Lll'U as -47. ' - .- ,..w- -. . - ' is ,. '. . - .' . 11"'wm Simmgnds Putnam Cornell Ennis Sun Hitch Wessmnn Westbrook Lang Baer Newcomer Harrison Schermerhorn Grose Founded, University of Illinois, 19:2 Six Active CIIHDUBYS To promote the drama in Religious Education FACULTY Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Owen Cornell Rachael C. Hubbard C. Kenneth Harmison Ruth Schermerhorn Helen M. Putnam Mrs. V. L. Baker Marjorie Lang Edward G. Westbrook Leon F. Simmonds Ralph D. Moore Oliver F. Sun Wilbur D. Grose . Helen M. Harrison Joseph .O. Newcomer John W. McCarty Ethel Illk Mildred Snyder Harold E. Wessmann Marjorie Stocking Ava Marie Ennis Rebecca M. Baer Della Mae Rogers Lorine L. Lair Mrs. L. Morey S. S. Czerwmski Lillian A. Hitch WDMAN' CUIMDDDLI I AN CLUB Founded, University of Wisconsin, X903 lllin0iS Cbilrllel' ESl3bliSl10d 'IOI7 To cultivate social and intellectual intercourse among women of different nationalities at the U. of I.,' to promote scholarship and character among its membersg to foster the spirit of universal brotherhood FACULTY Catherine Anderson Marina Briones Margaret Kidder. Suzanne Kissel Marie Killinger Maria Leonard Angeli Pietrangell Lucy Puehler Io Helen Wells MEMBERS Elizabeth Gregory Mrs. S. E. Glenn Mrs. W. F. Schulz Emily Kelley LaVerne Livezey Ruth Beedle Mrs. A. R. Kienholtz Mrs. M. Carlock Alex Allen Ruth Abrahmson Constance Moon Rovenia Miller Elizabeth Collier Angelo Santos Ruth Caldwell Joanna Crochowski Mary Freese Martha Oliver Velma Romberger Angela Gioconda Mrs. A. Hamilton Mrs. R. R. Kudo Princess Hill Sara Ginsberg Lucretia S. Levy Mary Hussey Mrs. V. E. Shelford Mrs. T. E. Oliver Mrs. Moses Jung Margaret McGlothlin Harriet Myers Esther Caldwell Margaret Carlock Mrs. J. T. Tykociner Mrs. J. D. Fitz-Gerald Mrs. A. T. Olmstead Martha Simon Pauline Wisegarver Mildred Glodkowskis Mrs. M. T. Kennedy Mrs. H. V. Canter Harriet K. Huffman " I . . E . Myers Abrahmson Puehler Pietrangcli Killinger Gregory Glodkowskis Grochowski Simon Moon Wells Freese Kelley Kissel Hill Schott Miller Hussey Santos McGlothlin , K .R A .ax as -A .A .K .ex .Qs .ax .ex .ax .ex AAA A K 1 1 , - z.. . I.. 0. 1,. 1.. 0. In 1 Q Q Page 573 ,M V HoNoRARY ePRoFEssloNAL ,xxvxf U U 'il' lHl IE 1l1gp5,4Ub IIIL LIMJI . 44 45g gib ff it A tx HUNDIQA Y AND IDIQDFEIIIDNA ? C O C 5 5 ? Alpha Alpha Alpha . . . 596 PhalanX --.- 591 Z Alpha Alpha Gamma . - - 596 Phi Alpha Lambda 602 f Alpha Delta Sigma . . . 597 Phi Chi Theta - aaa g Alpha Kappa Psi . . . . 578 Phi Delta Gamma . 503 z Alpha Sigma Nu . - - 597 Phi Lambda Kappa 592 5 Alpha Tau Alpha . . - - 579 Phi Mu Alpha . . 603 y Alpha Zeta , , . . 580 Phi Upsilon Omicron 504 Q Band of X . . - - 531 Pi Delta Epsilon . 504 ? Beta Alpha Psi .. - - 577 Pi Delta Phi . . . 505 3, Beta Nu Kappa - - - ' 598 Pi Tau Pi Sigma . 505 S Chi Epsilon - - ' ' 582 Scabbard and Blade 535 L Dolphins "" ' ' 606 Scarab ..... 505 Delta Kappa Sigma . . . - 533 Sigma Delta Chi U 598 Delta Theta Epsilon . . . . 583 Sigma Delta Phi . 607 Eta Kappa Nu . . - - 534 Sigma Delta Pi . . 607 Eta Sigma Phi . . . . 599 Gamma Alpha chi . . . . 599 Sigma Delta Sigma 593 Sf Gargoyle ........ . . 600 Sigma Epsilon- ' ' 608 y Illini Chamber of Commerce . . . 589 Sigma Tau - - 594 Keramos ...,.... . .590 SYMOH - - 595 Mu Kappa Alpha . . . . 600 Tau Nu Tau . . 608 Mu San , , . . . 601 Theta Sigma Phi . 509 Nu Beta Epsilon .... . . 585 Theta Tau . 4. . 587 Pan Xenia ,...... . . 601 University Landscape Architects' Society . 609 ? . S Q , 4gK .A .ax as .as .mx .ax -ax .ax - - A 777-77,-bxbfs vb, Page 576 A Yqsqvg -' Nf'NfN!X!N YQ A v i '34 455 'ir lHI IE 1l1gp5,iUp ll IL Lll'Ilt V X BETA ALI3l'lA DII Founded, University of Illinois, I9I9 Honorarv and Professional Accounting Fraternity FACULTY H. M. Gray, Ph.D. J. W. Hansen, M.S., J.D. H. W. Kendrick, A.B. E. L. Theiss, Ph.D., C.P.A. L. Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A. G. A. Mills, BS. M. H. Robinson, Ph.D. E. R. Dillavou, A.B., J.D. W. E. Karrenbrock, A.B., M.S. C. E. Allen, M.S. L. O. Foster, M.S. G. G. Fullerton, M.S. H. L. Newcomer, A.B., M.S., C.P.A. SENIORS E. R. Johnson C. F. Dunham W. Adelhvlm L. G. Sahlin E. H. Peterson G- Breen A. J. Abbott C. Anderson D- D- .laC0bS F. W. Gerwig F. Merrill E. B- Neville JUNIORS R. E. Lee P. F. Johnson J. R. Slcill E. P. Priebc YYVVY Fourteen Active Chapters H. T. smviu, AB., C.P.A. A. C. Littleton, AM., C.P.A. E. J. Filbcy, Ph.D., C.P.A. c. F. schlaner, M.S., C.P.A. H. H. Bally, A.M., C.P.A. S. W. Specthrie G. E. Best S. J. Bird D. M. Van Doren Knrrenbruck Van Doren Johnson Merrill Theiss Scuvill Anderson Bird Buily Breen Specthrie Neville Littleton Peterson Gerwig Sahlin Best Jacobs Abbott Lee Stein Filbcy Dunham johnson AAAKQKAAXAAAJQAAA 71,bAZ,7fQf,bA. Page 571 I' fNfNfN.fXJX , ZX! YYY Y David Kinlcy Ph D LLD f '. K fqharles M. Thombsdn, Ph.D., LL.D. X Arthur J. Abbott Warren J. Baker G. E. Best P. H. Booth R. E, Duffy R. M. Baldwin C. J. Danner C. E. Ganschow J. A. Fetterolf '1r1HllE1lfgp5,4Up nu. lLlI Uv . L4 D' Q QE I v", . 5, .cg , , r .A Aa ALDI-IA IKADIDA DII '-"avg" s '- .' .f..'r'., 1' .fi ' rr-' H.: T7 f-' "J: I To create higher business ideals and to foster research in the fields of finance, accounting and business administration FACULTY W. Fox, M.S. A. Russel, Ph.D. SENIORS D. Forsythe H. Gates Johnson . Kloppenburg jUN1oRs . Gustason . Hanawalt SOPHOMORES G. Gustat E. Kline, B.S. Weston, Ph .D. Knickerbocker Knoll Robinson Sahlin Stout L. N. A. W. E. H. W. R. L. L. G. W. H. R. An derson gm . T. Scovill, C.P.A., A B H. Robinson, Ph.D E. L. Spellman H. A. Westphal F. Bueche D. D. Boyd R. F. Hahn E. Hadley R. J. Gibbs Ganschow Robinson Boyd We-stDhfil FOX Spa-Ilmzm Gustason Hannwnlt johnson Gates Booth Hadley Dnnncr . Knoll Kloppenburg Gore S-uhlin Stout Knickerbocker Best Abbott Bueche Gusim Baker A ,.4x6KQi,f6A4A4fxbQA7f,.7y,.bXb,. bkbbgbsbxx Page 578 -A 14 . ,v 'li'IHIlE1 lg,5,lUp lm. Lllllt ip Y 'vt -f 1 V 0'5 " K gg, r s: V .41 Founded, University of Illinois, 19:1 Four Active Chapters Aretas W. Nolon, Ph.D. Burtis C. Lawson, M.S C. Austin Van Doren Wesley W. Langdoc Fred G. Campbell Franklin F. Gingrich Austin A. Claypool Elwyn L. Ocock J oseph O. Newcomer Roy K. Wise To promote the highest standards and ideals of agricultural education FACULTY ' k ,M,5, Melvin Henderson, B.S Robert L. Matlock, B.S. Herbert J RUC er George B. Byers, B.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS ' Jesse pl Beaver Henry L. Buckhardt SEN1oRs L. Vincent Slothower Peter J . Zerbolio Merle G. Roberts Lawrence L. Colvis Charles C. Ridenger Edward B. Allen Bernus B. Battershell George R. Brown Palmer S. Cox Murl E. Gardner Frank H. Mynard Don Best Pence Nelson P. Roberts W. Percy Scott Harold B. Walk F. Byron Smith Jerome E. Vogt Carrol Cunningham i', . A ff ff N 4 Lawson Slothower Claypool Gingrich Van Doren Zerbolio Roberts Campbell Ocock Colvis Nolon Langdoc Newcomer Wise QQQQAAK 4. 1, - 0. 11. z.. 1.. 1,. 1.. 0. 1,- Ip 0- A. 1. Page 579 'XxN.fXfX-fx-f , u' 1rnHllEqllgp5,lUp lm. Lllllb RIN LA .f tp , L1 u.A A ii ALDHA ZETA Founded. Ohio State University, 1897 3 9 1 Af n Q K v ,. xl J' 5' 9 ll 5 H onarary A grfcultural F ratcrnity Joseph Ackerman George C Bates Fred G Campbell Robert L Carolus Wllllim H Childa Wlllnm G Colby joseph A Ewing. Cecil H Farnham Emmett G Frum Pdwm H H'1ll George L Hockenvos 3 5 ? . 9 r I 7 ? 3 r 9 5 5 r ' SENIORS 5 . Alvin W. Hofer Earl M. Hughes Wesley W. Langdoc Herbert W. Mumfo Lawrence M. Null rfl, Jr. Morrow Chapter Established 1902 Stephan S. Russell Murl E. Tascher Harold K. Wilson Leslie Wright Peter J. Zerbolio J. S. Connard Mumford Fruin Case Sanmzmn Kelley PiCDl'l' Wright Childg Ewing Carolus 'l'nscl1er Colby Z0l'b0li0 Farnham Tuckcy Campbell Russell Caxnnurd Ackerman Hockenyus Null Hgfcr Lmmdoc ' I A A AKKAAAQAAVAAAJAA ph ' Page 580 YPWYY' gf 'll'lHllE'1iQj5,4Ub Mahan, f 1 X I L4 LA BAND DF X llrmunrlvrl, Univm-rsity of Illinois, 1923 gk '!'!lj S qw IJ Honorary Commerce Fralernity S1:N1oRs H. A. Boling N. A. Glantz E. D. Zelle - W. T. Cameron A. C. Lenz W- M' Willett E. F. Dorn F. B. Stine H- W- Knoll JUNIORS L. S. Cline C. F. Edwards C. A. Johnson G. A. Conwcll J. R. Larson T- S- Miller S. E. Dean W. C. Kurz F. Kapplc H. C. Neil W. C. Thompson G. A. Webster Miller Johnson Knoll Kurz Neil Larson Cline Conwvll Kupplc Webster 'flmmpsun Willa-lt Dorn Glzlnlz lioling L1-nz Ze-llc Slim: Page 581 u' 'lr :HI IE 1lfgp5,lUp llll. L l lfni ,A .. PVVPY CH EDIILO 2. Honorary Cwzl Engineering Fraternity 'Tl 31 O CI l" D-l :PIC M. S. Ketchum, D.Sc., C.E. J. E. Vawter, B.S., C.E. Hardy Cross, A.B., B.S W. M. Wilson, M.M.E., ., M.C.E. C.E. M. L. Enger, M.S., C.E. W. H. Rz1ynor,M.S., C.E. W. C. Huntington, M.S., C.E. H. E. Wessman, M.S. . N. Talbot, C.E., D.Sc., D.Eng. .C. Wiley, B.S., C.E. W. Pickels, B.C.E., C.E. C. Shedd, B.S., C.E. F3970 Seven Active Chapters B. Seely, M.S. F J. s. cranden, B.S C E J. J.Doland, B.S. CE F. W. Stubbs, B.S in 'gi Nef!!P ,.- Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 ,f!x rr fri '- sf' D 1 I I n V H. E. Babbitt, M.S. M. F. Lindeman S. Bernstein T. J. Dolan J. D. Hillyer L. M. Knapp Lin Shih Lo H. S. Ponzer W. La Belle CD sa za cs CI :sf -1 Am cn f-a CI U in Z -1 U1 M, Holt R. L. Moore SEN1oRs J. Danzer D- G- Dgrbo M. B. Fierke J- M- G1-ff0l'd V. P. Jensen W. C. King Frank Kochis H- I1 Kwong R. B. Moorman L. Pwkett F. J. Schnitzer R. W- Seaman JUNIORS O. W. Munz T- T- Wileb' . J. Woodbridge . W. Derby Eakins J. Karol R. T. Larsen B. Pierce C. Lewis Moorman Prof. Shedd Prof. Cross Derby Debi! Munz Pickett King Fierke Jensen Knapp Seeman Kochis Pl'0f- Engel' ' .l'rof. Wiley . Bernstein Ponzer Kwong Danzer Prof. Babbitt Gifford Wiley Karol Dolnn Eukins HWYUF Ln .Belle Larsen , , I M A - ' la - l,. 11. I lp. lf. If I I I Page 582 54 AA ps '1rlHllE1l.g,5,lgp lm. Ll lfllr - ' V4 agp A DELTA T ETA EDIILDN N K9 if Honorary Athletic Coaching and Physical Education Fraternity Charles E. Chadsey, Ph.D., Litt.D. Seward C. Staley, B.P.E., George Huff, B.S. Carl L. Lundgren, B.S. Cordon C. Lipe, B.S. Morris H. Sogolow, B.S. J. Craig Ruby, A.B. George T. Stafford, B.P.E., B.S. Earle H. English A. B. Fleak Rufus C. Glass Royner Greene Julian House N. Jonescue E. Nickol J. E. Whitwam Carl Bergeson R. L. Chambers W. L. Clegg Arthur H. Franck C. W. Hackensmith Arthur F. Smith, A.B. Edwin J. Manley Carlos J. Wagner, M.S. Paul J. Stewart, B.S. Harry B. DcCook, A.B. Robert Nulf Carl F. Anderson Bruce I. Basler Kurt Beyer Roger M. Clouser Dominic Davanzio Nicholas Denes Clayton M. Hadley Marcell Hall Oscar A. Hankner S. J. Herrala Fred Humbert FACULTY A.M. Milton M. Olander, B.S. Lawrence T. Brown, A.M. Harold C. Patterson, B.S. Albert F. Brainard, B.S. Louis J. Kulcinski, B.S. Arnold R. Von Lehsten, B.S SEN1oRs George Dertinger Earl H. Drew Martin C. Ginie John L. Hanson ' Charles A. Hodge Earl Kaufman George Kruse JUNroRs Robert T. Hise A. G. Leary George R. Paine Herbert Patchin John Piuppo ff Raymond C. Heidloff, B.P.E. Jerome J. Jordan, B.S. Carl M. Voyles, B.S. Harold E. Kenney, B.S. Frank E. Rokusek, B.S. Joseph L. Picard, B.S. Myron McEndarfer Oswald S. Orth Russel Perry John E. Snyder Dwight Stuessy Charles Thomas Fred Vessel Van Reeder D. K. Steers Judson Timm Leroy J. Wietz P. O. Muhl Van Dyke Ryan DeCook Heidloff Ruby Brziinard Jordan Patterson Orth Beyer Perry McEndarfer Denes Kruse Lipe L. 'l'. Brown Kaufman Ginie Thomas Clouser Hodge Vessel Derlinger Replogle Bnsler Frederick Lundgren Snyder Orsley Minister W. W. Brown Anderson Davanzio Drew Hanson Chudsey A Page 583 A A Q' '1rlHllE1l1Qp5,lUp lllLlLlIUb - YQ gg i? yyyyyy A 5 A -A A4 LA ETA KADDA N IJ Founded, University of Illinois, 1904 Honorary Electrical Engineering Fraternity FACULTY Morgan Brooks, Ph.B., M.E. Charles T. Knipp, Ph.D. Ablwl' R- Knight, M-E-, M-5-y E-E R- E- THl'Dl0y, BS. Hugh A. Brown, M.S., E.E. Arthur W. Hershey, B.E.E. Ellery B. Paine, M.S., E.E. Edward H. Waldo, M.S., M.E., E E. Elmer F. Heater, B.S. Charles A. Keener, M.S. Ernest A. Reid, M-S-v EE. SENIORS C. I. Armstrong C. E. Fisher L- Y- Lacy K. C. Morrical S. M. Babcock J- J- Grant H- Levy ' R. A. Munster R. W. Benfer W. H. Harszy E- D- Martin C. H. Steinhardt G. W. Brown L, O.. Hubbard J. E. Martin M. E. Swift L, R, Cook C. F. Huiluct R. D. Merrill W. L. Williams L. M. Craft C. H. Wurtz JUNIORS C. Gentilini C. A. Huebner H. A. Manuel L, A, Weaver F. W- Hom S. R. Jordan C. E. O'Donnell R, C. Wcbeck Craft Grant Armstrong Wurtz Lucy Steinlmrdt Babcock Brown Williams Banter Cook Merrill Huebner Munster li. Martin Fisher J. Martin Harszy Hugger - Weaver I Gentilini 0'Donnell Jordan Morrical Swift Levy Page 584 AAAA A Phebxbsbk 72,Dhb,,77,.b,,5,s, - fxxx,'xf!Q,fxfx ,, ,, ,, .,y., "1ei-1luEll4Up1 2E' .X V Y Y Yrcszwawefef wg ' l 9'5" VM' Ywsw wr Albert B. Ralf S. W. Banowitz Milton Jacobson Harolrl M. Kaufman Charles R. Jacobson Leo Munclel 5 .4 NU BETA EDIIIJDN V no x I' Legal Frutcrniiy SENIORS Seymour B. Levy ll'Vlnl1 .l- Slffgill JUNIORS George Kaplan Harry A- C00v0r lsarlore Fishman Sfimllfl L- Cffhn FRESHMEN Abraham L. Cohn Howard Bookman Morris Blank Irving Eisenstein Natlmn N. Eglit Reuben R. Stein Sol H. Cohen Sam Karlov 4 Jacobson Cohen lluokmnn A. Cohn Karlov lllzink liglil Su-in jueobsmi l-lisa-nslein Mumlvl Kaplan Knuflnaun llnnowitz Ruff L1-vy S. Colm Cooper lfislunun A V- X l'uyr' 585 R. W. Farrell 'gi 'll'lHllE1l1Qj5,1UD im. Lll'U is -IN!! X in EJ' PTY3CV?y in r Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1904 Seventy Companies "F" Company, First Regiment Ifgtablighgd 1909 Colonel D. Kinley Colonel W. Weeks Lt. Colonel S. D. Smith Dean T. A. Clarke Dean C. M. Thompson Major H. E. Babbitt Major M. Kirby Major J. A. Sarratt Major W. Shumway Major R. R. Snapp Major S. G. Brady Major Lemen G. E. Atkinson C. C. Hobbs B. F. Martin E. T. Wheeler G. Wolfram J. E. Sebat A. M. Pollard H. M. Tenney F. R. Bowen J. W. De Wolf L. J. Halversen J. K. Hillemeier R. A. Hyatt F. G. Rose S. H. Crapp E. J. Lewis J. H. Olwin H. D. Parker R. G. Purnell W . J. Scott R. C. St. John M. B. Fierke R. J. Turney H. W. Wood L. R. Black G. H. Reynolds P. A. Christensen B. I. Basler J. Journay Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain 'Q J o " 1.4 1 zu..-I jf..-4" ',,,. rr' Honorary Military Society M. S. Goldman J. J. Doland H. H. Baird L. H. Collins F. Ball T. Hamilton FDC FUOVFFCUFS 99999 ommvereee 55555 ,-,gimwggt-U 5's'5'5's' S::.9-E3.?':.59-.L rvfg-:no messages - gifs :gs P woe?- "' U1 O- S Wirucrgg F1 229-2- 3 ooggg S Inwsalmv-1 W E. O. Edelman R. G. Hardy E. G. Hitchcock D. V. Johnson W. A. Heinze E. W. Pride H. L. Logan F. H. Oster S. N. Perkins F. Reed R. P. Shanks O. W. Stewart R. E. Lamoreux F. H. Van Doren M. W. Woodruff K. W. Mosher C. R. Frederick R. L. Jordan E. S. Hoit FACULTY Captain E. W. Bousquet Captain J. Captain C. H Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant s IN UNIVERSITY R. Burney N. Innis . F. Kramer J. A. Holly E. C. Johnston G. S. Price M. F. Sullivan J. M. Lewis F. A. March Hayden W. E. Dueringer C D . . McDaniel B. L. Pickett' A. L. Chladek J. R. Jeffrey H. R. White J. H. Beaman W. F. Crowder E. Danner R. C. Givson W. E. Haselwood C. H. Humcs H. W. Keller L. F. Bunte H. Panhorst R. C. Munnecke M. T. Owens N. C. Peterson M. L. Rossitcr A. Sheets C. E. Swift C. W. Wells G. M. Van Ness F. C. Nickerson F. H. Vessel L. M. Knapp F. W. Siegel Lieutenant R. F. Dvorak Lieutenant A. W. Buswell Lieutenant A. W. Fox Lieutenant H. E. Wessman Lieutenant C. C. Braun Lieutenant P. C. Ludolf Lieutenant R. D. Rudd Lieutenant H. E. Schlenz Lieutenant O. F. Garrett Lieutenant F. H. Green Lieutenant R. Classen Lieutenant Babcock J. S. Mudgett W. J. English J. L. McManus P. B. Webb R. F. Goddard C. H. Kloppenburg L. H. Hunt L. G. Ramer E. O. Blackman W. R. Derby B. J. Gardner R. Z. Hickman H. E. Hutchings A. W. Bennett P. S. Oling W. C. Kurz C. V. Nelson C. Parker J. J. Poer H. P. Sanders C. O. Smith E. J. Lawson E. L. Tindall R. 0. Waller W. J. Baker W. A. Ross J. M. Crawford E. H. Lusk P. C. Livingston 1 X A Fhshbfjfx 72bf,52,b7QZ,,bQ,,,5 Page 586 'F 'ir ul-al IE 1'-gy 5,0 ll IL LII-0 fvs . LA agglavaegi, Founded, University of Minnesota. 1904 Everett E. King A. B. M.C.E. J. W. Howe M.S. Oscar A. Leutwiler B.S. M.E. Pierre Bezy Clarence M. Burnam Robert F. Morrison Richard P. Shanks Thomas J. Dolan Charles Luckman Bruce G. Eaton Walter Scott Richard C. Oeler T ETA TAU Professional Engineering Fraternity Dan R. Lyon B.S. Jamison O. Vawter Norton B. Elliott John M. Gifford John D. Jarvis William L. Julian Lester G. Leutwiler FACULTY B.S. C.E. SENIORS Carl C. Braun B.S. Wilbur M.Wilson . . Carl T. Madsen Richard B. Sawtell Harold F. Smith' Walter D. Jenkins Leo C. Brooks JUN1oRs Al C. Doescher John H. Beaman F. W. Holbrook Hal H. Stoehlze John F. Schroeder William Hildeman Kappa Chapter Established 1916 Albert M. Jorgenson B.S. William J. Putnam M.S. Charles T. Masterson Ray G. Purnell Arthur R. Nieman J. P. Scott R. M. Wandling W. E. LaBelle M. L. McArthur Jack H. Muntz Morrison , Howe Bu rnam Mather W. Scott Eaton Schroeder Putnam Mun tz D01-gchar Br00kS Ixieman Hildeman Jenkins Smith Oeler Shanks Beaman Luckman Stoehlze Dolan Purnell J, Scott Julian Braun arvi: Gifford Sawtell Leutwiler Madsen Wandling 8 8 8 8.8-8 .x8-8-8-8.g8 6-8.88 88 A.A.s8.s8 Y A ll IQ. .0 l-I.l- Page 587 A A 1 'YqVQ4q,q,CQ,qW?4Q , X 'gi '1rlHllE1lfgg5,fUb lllLILIl'Ur WYIXIXIN 5 i A x ii Samuel Shkolnik Sam Balkin Chester Tobias Bernard Klawans Edward Lubar Louis Goldman Joseph Kalom Yyyyby Fuundm-d, University of Illinois, I922 Ilonorary Pharmaceutical Fraternity FACULTY , Ph,G, Meyer Balin, Ph SENIORS William Lubar George Lando Sol LaRocca Art Maltz JUN1oRs Solomon Gershon .G. George Lovewell Joseph Perdenza Samuel Ripstein Emanuel Tikotsky Barney Goldberg Reuben Reifler, Ph.G. Leo Wcinper Harvey Schwarz Maurice Shoffman Herman Goldenson Maltz Golrlln-rg Weinpvr Klowans Kalnm Tobias Schalfman lialkin Lulyur Wirth llalin Snow Day Shknlnik Reillcr Lubar ' Lauuln- Guldvnson GL-rslion Goldlnxul Tikolsky l'1'rd4-nzu Schwarz A454556 AAQQAAAAAAAJXM hz 2 xxx Page 588 'll' ll-ll IE 1lrQ,5,1Ub ll IL Lll'Un ,A Y Arthur W Fox, M.S. Paul D Converse, A.M. Baker Baker Jewell McBroom Johnson J. Anderson W. J. - H. C. - L. W. v. R. E. R. E. C. Nieburger W. B. Uhlcnhop R. T. Anderson R. F. Hahn W. E. Dillavou R. B. Martin A A A ILLI ICHA IBEIQ UI: CUM EIQCE Founded, University of Illinois, 1910 To collaborate with the Illinois Chamber of Commerce and to promote professional interests in trade and civic secretarial activities among students in the University. Laurence E. Kline, G. E. Best A. E. Hallett I. C. Moore H. W. Knoll H. W. Hanson C. F. Edwards J. T. McDonald L. Spencer G. H. Clevenger V. L. Kretschmer FACULTY BAS, Charlcs M. Thompson, SENIORS D. Wilson A. J. Abbott K. W. Culp M. J. Rose J. E. Haddon JuNIoRs H. P. Schaefer E. B. Freeland R. E. Kuhl SoPHoMoREs J. G. Abrams R. C. Knoblock Ph.D. Charles H. Fernald E. B. Neville R. S. Bigler C. H. Kloppenburg W. C. Kurz C. 'H. Davis L. G. Sahlin D. F. Brinkman M. L. Rossiter N. E. Armstrong W. E. Adelhelm R. H. Stine D. H. Cooper B.S., M.B.A. Prof. Fernuld Kurz Knoll Prof. Fox Spencer Adelhelm Knoblock Clevenger Dillavou Cooper Abrams Kuhl H. C. Baker Armstrong Hanson Haddon McDonald Martin Neville Kloppt-nburg Anderson Szihlin johnson Hahn Moore Nieliurger Stine R. T. Anderson Jewell Rose Hallett Davis lidwzirds Abbott Culp Rossiter W, j, Baker Mailroom B051 Pclru AQQKAAGRAVAPAQQX Xsbsbsibbbbsbsi.. X Page 589 .E 'ir ll-ll IE 1lfgp5,lUp ull. Lim .g5 gi. -A QA AA A A E OF' 'XI F1 CDU IKEIQAMDI Founded, University of Illinois, I9l4 Honorary and Professional Ceramics Fraternity FACULTY K. Hursh, B.S. E. G. Bourne, Cer.E. A. I. Andrews, Ph.D. C, L. W. Parmelee, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS G. Ehman H. E. Primm E. Mulvane R. D' SENIORS W. Alexander E. C. Clemens E. F. McDonald C, H. G. Bennett R. G. Hardy R. F. Morrison E' T. Bryant A. G. Lindberg V. C. OlLeary F- W' JUNIORS E. S. Noe J. B. Miller Thompson, Rudd Zwermann Wheeler Windsor B.S --ii. Rudd Andrews Hurpzh Ehman Miller Bourne Blulvane Alexander Primm Lindberg O'Lezlry Bryant Hardy Noe McDonald Bennett Zwermann Clemens ,K A - I lp. I 1. lp.. Ip. 11. Ii, l,. 1, 1 1 1 Page 590 l SY A 1NHEnQ5UUlUW X Y' Founded, University of Illinois, I926 TWU Active Nome Colonel C. W. Weeks Lieutenant Colonel S. Major J. S. Sarratt Major W. C. Lcmen Major M. Kirby Major S. G. Brady Captain O. A. Palmer L. E. Adams S. W. Archer C. J. Armstrong C. C. W. Arnold R. M. Baldwin F. T. Brewer G. L. Bryant M. E. Chandler E. C. Clemens C. H. Commons S. S. Czerwinski H. J. Deobolt R. A. Ermentrout H. G. Fairchild D. R. Groff A. D. Huston S. B. Hicks D. Smith Honorary and Professional Military Fraternity Captain Captain Assocmr MEMBERS H. F. Kramer H. H. Baird L. C. Parsons, Faculty Captain L. H. Collins Captain Advisor Captain J. R. Burney Captain P. V. Kellogg Captain C. M. Innis Captain J. S. Mallory Lieutenant M. F. Sullivan Lieutenant D. W. Griffiths Lieutenant F. A. March MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY H. W. Kasten ' G. P. Kendall W. N. Knudsen L. L. Lamet G. C. Lewis C. C. Mays H. R. Lissner L. A. Lowenstein P. S. McClure W. L. Meier H. R. Miller E. J. Mutinsky H. Nebeck F. W. Nelson F. H. Palmer F. L. Petru A. J. Rack C. W. H. Schrader F. M. Schmidt H. G. Stacell K. F. Stotz J. E. Vogt - H. S. Walker W. F. West, Jr. S. Weinberg P. A. Wheeler A. A. Wells F. F. Wingard C. F. Winters F. E. Boucher C. J. Baldwin C. A. Heubner Alpha Morne Established 1926 Lieutenant J. A. Holly Lieutenant J. M. Lewis Lieutenant E. C. Johnston Lieutenant F. W. Lee Lieutenant G. Hayden Lieutenant G. S. Price S. K. Pope C. Hansen W. W. Fullerton X. E. Meyer L. J. Diederich J. G. Bennett C. A. DeTurk F. W. Katterjohn G. A. Pace R. E. Bibow R. E. McNeil E. F. Ream R. E. Waterhouse J. L. Johnstone J. F. Watts F. M. McCarthy 5 l Y+.v ' Grofi Fairchild Armstrong Arnold Stacell Diederich DeTurk Schmidt Commons Winters Schroeder McClure Nelson Katterjohn Kendall R. M. Baldwin Hansen Q Mays West Lissner Adams Lewis Meier Knudsen Chandler Clemens Mutinsky Huston Waterhouse Kasten Wells Walker Stotz Watts Brewer Nebeck Fullerton Archer Palmer Vogt Ream Czerwinski Weinberg Deobolt Pelru Bennett .x ..x Ax .A -tx .ex ..x -as .ex .ex tx .ex xX KQ464 A N Page 591 0' 'iriHlnE1l-gp5,4Up im. LlI'UD i 44 Dr. Ragins A. Brown A. Sterns P. Finklestein S. Schreiber S. Kraines C. Weinberg M. Rulney A. Herman P. Kaplan M. Saberman D. Lerner I. Turow A. Left H. Berman L. Steiner R. Stagman .5jss.smm.1v-..,,gg. ,V LA Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 To promote the social, scholastic, and professional interests of thc medical student M. Schiller I. Litwack S. Forcash S. Croft I. Siegel J. Janofsky J. Singer W. Fox B. Horwitz E. Dennenholz J. Poticha B. Appleman G. Golflenberg I. Nimsowitz FACULTY Dr. Pilka MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I. Licclerman D. Haffron A. Freiman F. Shapiro H. Shuger I. Wolinsky S. Shapiro A. Simon A. Loseff A. Ragins D, Effron M. Kaplan M. Dunn J. Harrison J. Jaffe D. Miller Dr. Hassin . Greenberg N. Wien M. Feinstein . Gogol H. Schorr . Frazin N. Epstein . Weiniger S. Price Kaufman I. Hymen W. Schutz . Hecht S. Leavitt D. L. Inner H. Kotler Niinsowitz 'l'urow Appleman Dunn Hecht Left Golrlenberg Harrison Leavitt Berman Jaffe D. L, Lerner Kaplan ll. Lerner lloticha llennenholz Saberman Loseff Ragins Schulz Horwitz Hefman I". Kaplan Fox Steiner Miller Kaufman Frazin Weinberg Rulney Haffrun Shapiro Singer Wolinsky Siegel Kraingg Greenberg Koller Stagman Letlerlnan lipstein ,K A444516 XQQKAAQKXAAAJQA b,b7gL.7,s,tb,,2, l'uy1' 592 Y .E .4 Chadsey, Ph.D., Mays, M.A. Clement, Ph.D Byerlcy Ehman Alcorn Davanzio Engvall Franck , -iris-mE 1l'QI5,iUb im. Lil' X IIGMA DELTA ll MA Founded, University of lllinnis, 1 923 Honorary and Professional Education Fraternity FACULTY Litt.D. L. W. Williams, M.A. C. J. Wagner. HS- O, F. Weber, Ph.D H. H. Braucher, BS. S. C, Stalgy, MA, M. H. Sogolow, BS. GRADUATE STUDENTS R, T, Gregg C. T. Stewart R. R. Hamilton . A- F- Beck SENIORS C. A. Hodge G. C. Kruse JUNIORS C. W. Hackensmith G- R- Paine A. F. Brainard, ILS. L. Kulcinski, B.S. W. R. Kukcts, B.S. C. E. Vick C. C. Goff M. E. McEndarfer O. S. Orth john Piuppo I. C. Ullrcy Beck Franck Stewart Dnvanzio Hodge llruinnrd Alcorn Vick Hnckcnsmith Ehmnn Kruse lingvall Williams Piuppo Ullrey Orth Paine McEnd:iricr Kulcinski ' AAQAAAXXJXPAJQX bhbkbababxbab. Page 593 ui-el us 11-gp 5,0 lm. I. 3 3 3 3 3 B I I 3 5 9 3 3 3 3 f 9 3 3 I p P Founded, University of Illinois, X914 To encourage and to promote high engineering scholarship FACULTY M. S. Ketchum, D.Sc., C.E. R. Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch H. H. Jordan, B. S. H. J. Macintire, B.S., G. A. Goodenough, M.E. A. R. Knight, M.E., M.S., E.E. A. C. Willard, B.S. C. J, Armstrong E. Danner D. G. Debo J. E. Branch W. R. Derby L. E. DcTurk C. E. Palmer, M.S. E. B. Foster L. O. Hubbard I. H. Kwong C. G. Malmberg R. B. Moorman SENIORS Keener, M.S. Seeley, M.S. Brown, M.S. Babbitt, M.S. Morgan Morrical Munster Pinkstaff Ponzer '. Tuthill, B.S. E.E. Crossman M.S. C.E. Degler M.S. M.E. . Fetterolf B.S. Reed Trinklc Troxell Zwermann E. Swift Wheeler Q Debo Dc Turk Moorman Trinkle Zwermann Malmbcrg Armstrong Hubbard Danner Troxell Foster ,Branch Q Swift Morgan Munster Morrical Pinkstaff Kwong S A A A Ax ..s. .tx .A .A -A Ax x .gs AQfA6,Af,Af,44f,.42P2,tbx77s,77f?2x 52.2. I1 In I.. I, lp In I. Ip. In I: I C - V vmww E Umwf' 2 S' 2 -4 Y - f 5 D- ' 5 5 -he . -.- -- . ,,...x li. 0 0. Ii. li. ll. ll. ll. ll. I: I: I: ll. I1 Ip Io. lp. I: In 4 4 4 4 4 Page 594 Af?V 4 l 4 I Q' 1ruHllE1lfQp5,4Ur im. L lfllb vvw , 9 S! xr fx,-,XA Y g:rw ' fe, Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 nA Professional Radio Fraternity Three Active Chapters FACULTY T. Knipp, Ph.D. L. C. Parsons, Capt.U.S.A. M. F. Sullivan, Licut.U.S.A. G. Hayden, Licut.U.S.A. T. Tykociner, E.E. SENIORS F. Bracken F. T. Brewer J- C' Bayles M- E- Chandler C. Duncan W. H. Wright D. E. Heiman M. Schmidt A. Voorhees F. H. Van Doren R. D. Merrill L. Jacklin B. Hoffman S. M. Babcock J- L- Wieilfeffe P. MCCullen E. Haselwood R. H. Clark H. M. Wood L. Gouglcr JUNIORS J. Orncr L. G. Ramer W. M. Cronin W. Pride C. Heaton I. A. Rockman F. M. McCarthy M. Cole J. Pennington SoPHoMoREs L. Bodwell R. A. Lundstrom H. A. Wenzel F. B. Allen E, Abel F, Mousd D. E. Wiegand W. P. Burglund T. Eastman K. R. Sanders A. P. Geuss W. F. Ridgway B. Foreen R. M. Van Tuyl G. L. Eldred D. L. Humm H. Kaminky Allen Capt. Parsons Pride Kaminky GW55 Abfl Jacklin Humm Heaton Bodwell McCullin Pennington Babcock Orner Gouglcr Mousel Kidd Sanders Ramer Hayden Barberry Chandler Eastman Hciman Clark Haselwood Wood Merrill Lundstrom Burglund Rockman Schmidt Hoffman Bracken Bayles Duncan Brewer X SX .AX .AK .KX AX -tx -SX X -SX - X -S A I- I II II. la. Il. 11. In.. lp. la. Il.. In Ip. lp.. Ii. If Page 595 v V U' 'll' IHIIE1 rgjjuljb lllL LII Us - LA 0 n 44 , V f I " 455 5, ,Y 9 'N 5 3 Stine Hclfrick Jenner Vaughn 3 Baker Ferguson Huic Kessler Walt Grccnwqll f Glos Jacobs Gurretson Aldrich H Kirgis Rippey Gubblc 9 5 1 LDHA ALDHA ALIDHA a V Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 7 Pre-Legal Fraternity Z 5 f A. J. Hama, Bs., LL.D. v 5 MENIBERS IN UNIVERSITY f H. L. Porter R. D. Ticknor R. McClain H, Gr Roberts W. R. Arrington R. C. Murphy M. A. Dailey J, L, Friedl r F. W. Hcineman George Brandenbcrg Mason Aldrich Paul Green ell 7 . . . W U Frederlck Kirgis R. C. Garretson A. E. Jenner L. V. Kuhar 9 Joseph Serhant A. G. Rippey, Jr. Harold Nettles George Kessler l Davld Jacobs Jack Bontjes Luther Dearborn Warren Baker f Charles Davis Harry Cole F. Katterjohn W, G. W, Glos 3, William Gobble L. Allan Watt Hugh Rea F. B, Stine S William B. Huic Claud Vaughn Daniel Dalziel William Hclfrick P 5 Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 National Honorary and Professional Fraternity for women in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Decorating May E, McAdams, B,S. Florence B. Robinson, B.S., Ph.B., M.L.A. IVIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Mary E. Bell Gladys Bruner Marion Crissey Beatrice Hornernan Florence A. Klcppinger . Carolyn J. Stuebe Margaret Rothman Katharine Burns r A if 5 . , . v Bell McAdams Crisscy Ixlenpinger Horncman Q Bruner Burns Stucbe Robinson Q ? Pl- I5 :fix A A Ax A -tx .xx Ax A x .. x - 11. 11. ' 11 11. 11. 11.11. 11. 11. 11. 11. 1,. 1., 11 1 1 1 ' Page 596 U' '1rlHnE1l-gp5,lUp U'Q,Ll,jlUD v 4g5. gr' I t 1 LL LA Frederick A. Russell, Ph.D. Mason B. Aldrich Horace C. Baker Emmett G. Fruin Walter A. Akerman Albert E. Jenner Maier Levin Harry C. Peterson Louise Freer, M.A. Maria Clemans, B.A. Carita Robertson. B.S. Doris Schleb Virginia Bowen Mary Doolittle Mary Ziegler To promote Neil C. Johnson Hoffman lioyscn Goldstein Siegel Fried Shinn Fruin Knox Anderson Quebbeman Jenner Turner Aldrich White Levin Peterson Fernald AI.I3l'lA DELT Il MA Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Honorary Advertising Fraternity FACULTY Charles H. Fernald, B.S., M.B.A. Oscar W. Cagann, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY George Goldstein Francis Hayes Vesper Hoffman Charles Johnson Ralph Johnson , James Knox Harry Neil George H. Turner C. Alden White Robert Anderson Luther Dearborn J. Stewart Eaton Herbert B. Fried Charles Flutcher uma 111359 NU FACULTY Anna Hughitt, A.B. Elizabeth Noyes, A.B. Emma Frazier, A.B. Angela Kitzinger, A.B. NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Mary Tucker Beatrice Sloan Mabel Deere Jane McClure Dorothy McClure Gertrude Peske Victor L. Krannert, Elden Priebe Atwell Shinn Fred Siegel Roy J. Wood Edward Quebbeman Williard Boysen scholarship ana' achievement in the various jelds of health education Jo Helen Wells Catherine Richter, A Helen Oldfather Margaret Windsor Marie Johnston B.S. .B. Kitzinger Robertson Tucker Frazier Free-r Windsor Richter Clemons Doolittle Pa-ske Sheib Hughitt Deere Ziegler Wells Noyes Bowen J. McClure D. McClure Sloan Oldfather A6494 AAQQ4 A bs-bsbsbs Page 597 V. 42 59 -ir ll-ll IE 1l1Qp5,4UD lllL l 98 "P 9 ,J 4g 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 P I pr '0 V I, 1, gv w mfv I LL1 5 Winakcr Newcomer Breen Lincicome Reichardt Busey Rgbinson Anderson Jahn Abbott Bumgarner Herman Rose Seger Sahlin Middlesworth Jacobs Curtis Johnson Duffy hvright Gerwig BETA NU KADID Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 the curricula in banking and finance, and to bring the banking into closer contact with bankers and business men To perfect students of FACULTY L. Newcomer, A.B., M.S. Ivan Wright, Ph.D., D.Sc. 2 2 'J' 92 :I ? 2 Q za O 5-' 'U F D :n N E? Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. G. H. Breen E. R. Johnson Lynn Sahlin F. W. Sanders J. C. Bumgarncr M. C. Jahn To promote . L. Allen . J. Keilholz MERIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Mead W. B. Middlesworth Gerwig F. J. Reichardt . . Winakcr D- D- Jacobs . Anderson A. Lincicome Abbott I. C. Herman F7 F3 :ff T2 r-Bm '-4 2 m Z P rs rn l" -1 P eo Q gn CB VA 9: t.. Q 3 Q m 3 S Q 3 'qw O Eg Rn. YS. g.. mi? 22' M5 35 an... .552 N. ...G Q: Q 34 9: Q 3 Q. fn 3 Q 3 Q. Q Y Q. Pa Q gi Vt N' N napa:- FACULTY M. J. Goldman L. M. Tobin- C. Stephens H. B. Johnson Fred S. Sicbert Richard E. Haswell C L. W. Murphy, A.M. R. R. Barlow 0. C. Leiter Jose F. Wright F F . A. Russell, Ph.D. Frank E. Schooley Francis J. Koenig C. Malden Jones R. C. Reno MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Harold H. Hartung Harold Hutchings Charles Frederick Russell G. Longley James J. Mullen James Flagg Nelson Nuttall Henry Molden C. A. Hemminger Charles Mills Max O. Weston George F. Taubeneck Frederick S. Coombs Horace M. Gray, P. G. Busey R. E. Duffy Ralph Wright C. H. Seger D. B. Curtis Carrol Prater W. M. Rose profession C. R. Anderson C. B. Davis V. L. Krannert Fred D. Ball Albert Wharneld Raymond L. Kri Mart Maher William Gobble Ph.D nger Maher Hartung Mills Heath Molden Hemmmger Hutchings Taubeneck Reno Frederick Leiter KTIHBU' Mullen Jones Schooley Flagg koemg Coombs . . , . ffm nt .ax -ox .ax -st .xX .A .QS AX .mX .QX .Q Q A .A .sX ln. ln. lr. 0. la. Ia. 11. II. Ip. 11. Ip. 11- 11. If- I.. lp. I 1 I W P Page 598 7 fl a 4 s a s 4 5 4 s s t 9 5 5 5 5 Q a I 9 B xv w' v' 5 Z Z 5 5 x n ???'l R If 455 l"9'5"U' N- , !!v Y F or f" ' V NP V LA Roberts Reavy Alexander Kirman Bell Neville Weatherford Kelley Fink Meyer Cox Hendricks 1-lofferbert Cantrell Ra land Breese Cheek Davis Jackman Vose Blough Lippert 8 Founded, University of Illinois, I9:S Phyllis Alexander R. E. Bell Kathryn Allen Elizabeth Blough Eulalia Breese J. H. Carter Judith Cox Madelyn Bentley Myrtle Fahsbender Garnette Houts Betty Ketchum Honorary Undergraduate Classical Fraternity MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Genevieve Sorensen Dorothy Vose Anna Weatherford Ethel Ragland Celeste Cantrell Dorean Davis A Serene Fink Kathryn Hendricks ' Louise Hofferbert Genevieve Kirman Arlene Lippert Julia Neville Avice Perdew Cornelia Roberts GAMMA Al.I3l'lA CH Founded University of Illinois 1925 Honorary Woman .I Advertzsing Fraternity FACULTY Mrs. A. G. Saunders MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Leila volberding Barbara Menges Alice Wall Betty Parrish Betty Kehoe Frances Williamson Alpha Kappa Chapter Established 1918 Anna Louise Jackman Emily Kelley Mildred Reinboth Ina Mae Cheek Pearl Meyer -Irene Reavy Claire Kelly Anne Lickliter Margaret Bennett Lickliter Bennett Williamson Kelly Kehoe Volberdmg Fahsbender Houts Mengeg Bentley XsXxXKxXsXAsXAsXXxAIll:l:lphl:l:IlllpI11111111I llg ,hfxxxxssgxxx I I A 3 4 p P , 1 , . . 1 I I Fi A .1 52 -A 5 .Q .x A -x . .Q -Q .x - 4 .x - . - - - - .5 .s - 1. 1. - - - A A - 1. A - 1. .. 1. - 1 Q 1 1 4 w 4 4 Page 599 u' '1rlHl1E1lfgp5,4Ur im. '- ,V s DeTurk Branch Abrumovitz Rodgers Foster Trinkle Toth Deeter Prof. Newcomb Opperman Schcvc Hurley Lziidig Schmarr Pinkstaft' Jarvis Reed Slygh IEAIQGCYLIE Founded, University of Illinois, 1917 Honorary Architectural Fraternity FACULTY R. E. Spangler, B.S. L. H. Provine, A.E. C. E. Palmer, M.S. R. Newcomb, A.M. M Arch J. M. White, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M. Abramovitz R. E. Gerhold J. E. Schmarr D. R. Laidig J. E. Branch W. G. Garretson R. H. Trinkle R. W, Levicka P. A. Bezy J. P. Jarvis E. F. Toth V. L. Opperman L. E. DeTurk M. L. Pinkstaif R. O. Deeter R. A. Rodgers E. B. Foster W. V. Reed E. A. Dubin C, J, Scheve F. D. Hurley E- J- Slygh Founded, University of Illinois, I9l3 To encourage scholarship and advance musical culture FACULTY Frederick B. Stiven, B.Mus. Stella R. Percival, B.Mus. George F. Schwartz, B.Mus A M MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Patricia Brennan Gladys Ruth Miller Robert Lyon Bernice Bott Dorothy Hall Lenore Linfield George Wilson Doris Danks Betty Stiven Crawford A. Thomas Louise Cummins Fannie Wright Sarah Marquardt Dorothy Drews Rhea Crews Margaret Railsback Marjorie Golden Margaret Mallatt Evelyn Blomquist Ada Michelman Helene Wecdman Maurine Hertz Byron Blackard Blackard Marquardt Blomquist Crews Golden F. B. Stivcn Thomas Wecdman E. C. Stivcn I ' Bott , Drews Miller Wright Danks Hall .xX .X .QX .AX .48 AS .sX .s A Page 600 I 'ag 4 I :P 1ruHllE 1lug,5,4Ul im. L l ni f 1 ,U ,, S fallr l 5 nav LL! r l 153752 711' 'Z l xiii Hi ldeman Moormun Willett Ream Nieman Fit-rke Schradcr Cassidy Secman Hillyer Atkinson Honzn Prof. Doland Purnell Koehis Munz Williamson Larson King Herringcr Founded, University of Illinois, I9II To more closely affiliate student and faculty and to promote interest in Municipal and Sanitary Engineering FACULTY A. N. Talbot. C.E., D.Sc., D.Eng. V. R. Fleming, B.S. M. L. Engefy M.S., C.E. J. H. Doland, B.S. H. E. Babbitt, M.S. A. M. Buswcll, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W. Cassidy E. J. Herringcr J. D. Hillyer W, H, Honza W. C. King R. B. Moorman A. R. Nieman R. G. Purnell E. F. Ream C. H. Schrader C. K. Willett E, P, Williamson G. Atkinson M. Fierke F. Kochis- R. T. Larson R. Seeman W. R. Hildeman G. C. Lewis 0, W, Mun, To develop professional C. M. Thompson, Ph.D., LL.D. Simon Litman, Dr.j V. M. Bernardo V. R. McBroom E. Buddemberg W. J. Baker R. E. Cook DAN XENIA Founded, University of Illinois. 1920 spirit and foster friendship and brotherhood among all students of foreign trade FACULTY E. W. Burgess, Dr.es Sc.Econ. L. E. Kline, B.S. M. A. Behrens, M.S. Ul'.PUlJ- G. W. Sanford, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W. Hickman R. I. Herud E, johns C. R. Huegely J. E. Haddon P. E. Beauchamp F. Hill G. L. Anderson H. S. Nahigian O. Zuttermeister R. B. Whiteford C, W. Gustason L. B. Ellis M. B. Rinehart l Mcllroom Whitvford Sanford Zuttermcister Hill And,-rson Bqmm-do 1gc,,uCh,,n,D Ellis Cook Johns' Rinehart Nuhigiun Hue-gt-ly Gustuson .X AX -xX .KK .AS .xX -QS .5 X .s sX 5 .5 .Q 9. A Page 601 fi 'll"lHIlE1l1gj lm lllL Lll is, V424 gv 5I ,xr U Y Til 5 t 5 t t s s 4 s 4 3 I t a P 9 a a a t B t 3 5 f 9 I I r 9 r 9 N n ? r P P P' ? P 5 s 6. YV ER Ale' C. W. Cash W. C. Bremner D. M. Brown Founded, University of Sabra Caylor Mary Carson Bernice Robinson Myrtle Fahsbender Margaret Finnicum Cash Julian Brown Bremner Jordan Hall Karch Howard Smith Wood Morgan Youtsey Rittenhouse I3 I ALIDI-IA IAMBDA Founded, University of Illinois, 19:5 General Engineering Honorary Fraternity FACULTY Harvey H. Jordan, B.S. Russell A. Hall, M.S MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. M. Bumam F- M- Morgan W. L. Julian K- J- Howard W. J. Karch H. E. Rittenhouse E. L. Smith E. F. Wood R. C. Youtsey I CHI T ETA Illinois, I927 To promote the interests of the girls in the College of Commerce Twenty-four Active Chapters FACULTY Mrs. Alta Gwinn Saunders, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Elrena Seider Helen Tucker Alice Goodmann Harriett Duell Betty Mansfield Thelma Larch Alice Wall Elva Martin Esther Adams Betty Kehoe Virginia Hall Margaret Bennett Helen McLeod Della Mae Rogers Caylor Barton Ha Litton Rogers Whitehead Duell Larch W1 Martin Mansfield Bennett Kehoe LICI god Carson Robinson Fahsbendcr Finmcum Seider Goodmann Adams Tucker .1 , ,I ll ' 1 ' .11 ' . , l- A ' I 5 als. A .A -.x .x -tx .ax A .ax .ax .. .ax - sX .A - - 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. lf. 1,. 11. 1.. 0. z.. 1,. 0. 1,- In 0. 1 I fQ 4 -p Page 602 'iii IHI nz 1lfgp5,tUp ll li. Ll LQ LA l T I Fitz-Gerald Ekblaw Gaston Hahn Weick Foreman Mead Nall Bcnbuw 9 Dewey Hurt Knight Oliver Whitson Hallett Ackerman Brown Huston 5 5 I DEL I A GAMMA 5 I Founded, University of Illinois, X924 I g To promote and foster jorenslc aelwzties I f FACULTY 7 Thomas E. Oliver, Ph.D. Raymond F. Dvorak, B.S. Hiram T. Scovill, A-B., C.P.A. Wesley Swanson, A.M. g Willard H. Yeager, A.M. Henry G. Roberts, A.B. P0mbl'0kC H. BYOWII, Ph.D. ? MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q Carter M. Dewey Gordon V. Mead James Nall R21ym0nd G. Benbow 5 Albert E. Hallett Raymond M. Foreman Gordon K. Harper J. Fred Knight 7 Kenneth W. Mosher Sidney E. Ekblaw Lish Whitson Lewis K. Oesterling 5 Alferd D. Huston Joseph Ackerman Fred J. Bcrner Gerald H. Fitz-Gerald Q Clarence A. Willard C. Sudduth Hurt George T. Weick William V. Reed P ' James M. Gaston ' Richard F. Hahn 5 . Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 To develop fraternal spiritg mutual welfare of music students, and to advance music in America FACULTY 5 L. L. Steimley, Ph.D. J. B. Tharp, Ph.D. A. A. Harding, B.M. Russel H. Miles, B.M. ' F. B. Stiven, B.M. Raymond F. Dvorak, B.M. M. A. Krone, B.M., A.B. Hale Newcomer, M.A. S. Schoonmaker, B.M. D. A. Grossman, B.S. Earl Norris, M.S. Walter L. Roosa. B.M. Everett Shaw, M.S. R. I. Shawl, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. B. Moorman Lester Van Tress Robert Manville Raymond E. Middleton Crawford A. Thomas Robert B. Lyon George C. Wilson Q Morris Moormnn Grossman Thomas Steimley Tharp Van Tn-55 k Shawl Dvorak Cousley Blackard Lyon Hull Teetor Bsltz K ? il .Y A -R .R ..- .R .M-s-.x..s . Awsxxaax Page 603 U' 'll' ll-ll IE 1lfQp5,lUl ll IL lLll'tln V v J Q Ng X agp X LA Wallis Conard Hagnauer Morlock Cross Morgan Wiltenfeld Killinger Ross Lune Craig Maris Whitlock Venle Still Spencer Isabel Bevier, Ph.M. Florence King, M.S. Inez Ruth Conard Florence Craig Mabel Cross Evelyn Foster Estelle Hagnauer Zena Kibler Lois Hubbard Dean Thomas A. Clark, B.L., Fred H. Turner, A.M. DI'll UDIILO IDMICIQID Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 To promote moral and intellectual deoelofment of Home Economics Florence Roy Olive Wathen Bertha Laue Winona Morgan Esther Morlock Elsie Ross Edna Brash FACULTY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Laura Clark Edna Howell Henrietta Seldon Alma Spencer Louise Still Virginia Veale Doris Wallis Clara Rocke, B.S. Kathryn V. Burns, A.M. Ruth Wardall, A.M. Mary Whitlock. A.M. Lona Johnson Mary Margaret Clark Mary Mackay Janette Schmidt Mercedes Wittenfeld Dorothy Husseman DI DELTA EDIILD Lawrence W. Murphy, A.M. Vernon L. Heath Charles B. Shuman Herbert K. Hackbarth Guy D. Smith Richard M. Baldwin Frank J. Gollings John T. Shaefer Founded, University of Illinois, 1918 To foster and honor college journalism Marie Killinger Vida Trager Emily Snively Dorothy Dodge Irma Robison Janice Smith FACULTY Litt.D. Victor L. Kranner, B.S. Hiram T. Scovill, AB-, C.P.A. Reuel R. Barlow, A.B. Frederick J. Keiholz, B.S. Charles E. Bradbury, B.F.A. William L. Burlison. Ph.D., D.Agr MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Stan Lee Kapustka Robert W. ,Meyer Horace C. Baker Don S. King Clarence M. Burnam Robert C. Garretson Fred W. Seigel Otto E. Zuttermeister Roy E. Baird Harve R. Hectman Milton J. Rose Emmett G. Fruin Wayne L. Jewell Joe O. Newcomer ' Edwin B. Foster Stanley G. Schoenbrod John R. Webb Louis V. Slothower Douglas D. Considine Claude A. White Harold R. Ringler George H. Turner Arthur A. Nedwed Walter R. Berry Warren J. Baker Albert E. Jenner Fruin Foster Smith Meyer Zuttermeister H. linker Seigel Schaefer Heath Jenner Baird Brndburg Webb , W. Baker Newcomer I Considine Knpustkn Slothower Rinillvr Jewell Hectmun ,444 Asfxxfxxf A 72,t777t77x7ht Page 604 ,sfxfvxfxfxfxfxfxfxxxfxfxfs . O nl up 1ruHnE1lgg5,lUp un. um - 7777 ,f sl .a gp ,T LL! Oliver Finch Kaufman Hamilton ons Founded, University of Illinois, i927 C Thu rp Fitz-Gerald Berner Altabc Hitch Filbey -411111115 Bffuiiiilllfi Kisscll Allen Green To improve scholarship and promote an interest in the jield of French language and literature FACULTY D. H. Carnahan, Ph.D. T. R. Palfrey, Dr.U.of Paris John Van Horne, Ph.D. Louis Cons, Lic.es L. P. E. Jacob, A.M. Arthur Hamilton, Ph.D. J. D. Fitz-Gerald, Ph.D. T. E. Oliver, Ph.D. NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Kathryn Allen J. C. Alciatore Lorraine Pierson Fred Bcrner Helen Bess Finch Jeanette Altabe Rachel Breathwit George Perrine Cecile Gilroy M. L. Green Margaret Glenn Cesarine Breuillaud - James Tharp Nicholas Bllrkhoff Geraldine Kaufman Irene Zack Suzanne Kisscll Helen Adams D0l'0il1y Fllbcy Lillian Hitch Gladys Collopy Cathrinc Anderson Eva Benton ' DI TAU IDI II'GM Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 5 9 I 9 5 I . 5 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 9 5 9 5 5 5 9 5 ? 3. ' FACULTY National Honorary and Professional Signal Corps Fraternity A ff Lt. Col. Selwyn D. Smith, U.S.Army Capt. Lloyd C. Parsons, B.E.E. Lt. Gilbert Hayden, M.S. P. C. Ludolph. B-S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. J. Armstrong P. S. McClure J. L. Weigreffe L. G. Ramer L. S. Wells F. T. Brewer R. D. Merrill H. M. Wood E. R. Schwarm N. G. Kingsnorth M. E. Chandler B. L. Pickett W. H. Wright 'D A. Fay R. E. McNeil J. W. DeWolf P Sanders A. H. Braunsdorf J. R. Webb R. S. Buchanan W F Dueringer M Schmidt J. J. Grant A. F. Rus E. W. Pride W E Haselwood H Van Doren H. G. Fairchild P. S. Olmg E. T. Schwendemann J K Hillemeler O Waller G. D. Matthews R. E. Covington W. E. Willey L A Langille W Woodruff W. L. Cupples L. A. Dollahan l Merrill Olmg Cupples Webb Buchanan McNeil Rus Grant Fairchild Braunsdorf Matthews Wells Ramer Dollahan Schwarm Kingsnorth Weigreffe ' Pride Sanders Schwendeuvinn Fay McClure Covington Willey Armstrong Waller Schmidt Haselwood Dewolf Wood Capt. Parsons Lt. Hayden Lt. Chandler Lt. Pickett Woodruff llrewer ..x AX .AX AK AS .xX AX .xX .sX .5 .sX .xX lp 1. 0. li. 11. Ii. In. 0. I1.. lp. I:.. lo. lp Q Page 605 U' 'ir IHI IE 1l1Qp5,iUb ll IL Ll - '14 C ,V Wolf Christenson Lavicka Depke Foster Rhoades Branch Mann Beckstrom Kammerer MacPherson Glish Temple Kaeser Lyons Gerhold King Burg Shatwell Noble Ganster Fisher Brown Woodard Heusel Rapp Garretson Sanders Campbell Shellie ICADAI3 Founded, University of Illinois, 1909 Professional Architectural Fraternity FACULTY Lemuel C. Dillenback, A.M.,A.I.A. Cyrus E. Palmer, M.S. Frank M. Lescher, B.S. Loring H. Provine, B.S., A.E. Irving L. Peterson, B.S. LaForce L. Bailey, M.S., B.P. Rexford Newcomb, A.M., A.I.A. Rodney E. Spangler, B.S. James M. White, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. E. Branch W. B. Sanders M. G. Rapp H. F. Depke W. G. Garretson C. E. Burg D. S. King T. F. Rhodes W. V. Reed E. B. Foster A. Temple W. M. MacPherson V. H. Noble G. E. Smiley M. W. Woodard H. S. Glish M. R. Beckstrom E. L. Kammerer P. A. Christenson W. V. Kaeser A. L. Chladic R. A. Brunkow H. C. Wolf W. E. Shatwell E. G. Mann R. E. Gerhold R. W. Lavicka W. A. Ganster Founded, University of Illinois, X922 Honorary Swimming Fraternity FACULTY E. J. Manley G. L. Horner, B.S. H. C. Paterson, B.S. R. F. Dvorak, B.S. - MEMBERS IN fUNIVERSITY H. B. Groh E. Deuss E. 0. Bladiman F. Kapple T. G. Brennan H. F. Smith H. H. Hartung H. E. Lawrie J.'T. Piper F. W. Holbrook J. R. Kieding E. H. Wagner J. S. Flagg W. H. Etzback F. R. Schroeder C. H. Enochs Otto G. Schaffer, B.S. Keith G. Reeve, B.S. George L. Horner, B.S. R. E. Fisher F. J. Heusel C. A. Campbell G. Lyon R. Brown F. Ernst D. Sharpe R. B. Wcirick, Ph.D F. E. Schooley J. L. Fix G. A. Webster W. H. Stout F. K. Sweetman W. P. Van Ness Groh Holbrook Stout . Wagner , Kieding Schroeder Enochs Flagg Sweetman Webster Patterson Kapple Blackman Fix Lawrie Piper ,Wx Ag ,gg .gy ,g Ag ,gy Ay AQX ,,g ,gy AQX .5 I1.. Ip. 0. I: :. II. la. la. la. la. li. If. I.. lf.. I I Page 606 U' 'ir IH: IE 1.1 ,549 llILlLlI'Ur Q Q ' az! Y f gggggg, ,S ., Shaw Ilrownc Stockinll Ile lu Bere Parkhill Western Cummins Grvl-ZUYY Austin Woodworth Whitsnn Martin Kappus Meierhofer Van Sands Scott Gillen Hitch Founded, University of Illinois, I9I9 Honorary Public Speaking Fraternity for Women FACULTY Mary Whiteford A.B. Frances De la Bere Helen Gregory Mildred Austin Lillian Hitch Virginia Scott Maria Leonard, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Gervaise Kappus Ruth Martin Grace Parkhill Marjorie Stocking June Whitson Alice Van Sands Julia Western Katherine Browne Severina Nelson, A.M. Louise Cummins Dolores Gillen Anna Mcierhofer Virginia Show Cleda Woodworth M EMEERS IN UNIVERSITY Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 U To promote a high degree of interest in the Spanish language, culture, and ideas V FACULTY John D. Fitz-Gerald, Ph.D., Litt.D. William S. Robertson, Ph.D. David H- Cilfmlhiini Ph-D Francis Philbrick, Ph.D., LL.B. John Van Horne, Ph.D. Olav K. Lundeberg, A.M. James B. Shaw, D.Sc. Frank L. Stevens, D.Sc., Ph.D. Arthur Hamilton, Ph.D. Kathryn I. Allen Margie Burks Mary A. Jeffries Lucy M. Puehler Mabel K. Staudinger Devorah S. Wechsler Dicie Ann Moore Jeanette Altabe Jarvis B. Burner Harriet Kerr Velma Romberger John H. Utley Charlotte J. Hoffman Rowena E. Wells Rachel Breathwit Margaret Giertz Margaret Kidder Hilario S. Saenz Edith Welch Ruth Wangelin Marina Briones Paul E. Jacob McKendree Petty Carl Schoggins Martha Woundy Eva M. Benton Saenz Van Horne Lundeberg I-'itz-Gerald Puehler Shaw Utley Ilurner Schogging Staudinger Moore Lundeberg Woundy Wechsler Benton Kidder Allen Lind Hoffman Wells Giertz Altabe llriones Jeffries Page 607 ts . . MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY u' '1rnHllE1l-gp5,1Ul lui. Llllln gg L4 v 4 V vi I 5 .eg , . LA You ng Lipscomb Bergstrom K ing Schrader DcWolf Dan ner Hogendobler Stu rdevant. Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 Tutliill Barnard To provide an incentive to higher scholarship within the Department of Railway Engineering FACULTY Edward C. Schmidt, M.E. Herman J. Schraeder, B. S., E.E. Everett E. King, A.B., M.C.E. Everett G. Young, M S M E John K. Tuthill, B.S., E.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Samuel H. Bergstrom William F. Lipscomb Jesse E. Sturdevant Ellis Danner John W. DeWoli Henry R. Hogendoblcr Niles H. Barnard AU NU AU Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 Honorary and Professional Military Engineering Fraternity FACULTY Major Lemen Lieutenant D. W. Griftith Norbert E. Bibow Frank Buche Earnest O. Edelmann Marvin B. Fierke Carl H. Fredricks Russel C. Gibson Donald R. Groff Ronald G. Hardy Harold E. Hutchings David V. Johnson Edward H. Lusk Jesse S. Mudgett Edwin K. Nelson Maurice T. Owens Theodore H. Palmer Harlow O. Panhorst Stanley N. Perkins Andrew N. Pollard Charles W. H. Schrader Alvin E. Schubert Louis G. Seiger Richard P. Shanks Charles O. Smith Hugh D. Wear Albert A. Wells Waldo W. J. Winter George W. Barry Arthur P. Bear Charles J. Grenman Henry W. Keller Russel W. Nelch Carl A. Larsen Steven M. Slater Joseph F. Morgan Wilbur C. Isemenger Henry J. Tebow David W. Dorman Earle W. Wells Leonard W. Winget Herbert E. Hudson Raymond G. Black Charles A. Nelson D. Victor Malone Quinton W. Foutch Kenneth E. Bisshopp Miles C. Johnson D. Victor Malone McArthur Ilisshopp Tebow Schrader Isenienger Nelch Shanks Johnson Winget Foutch li. Nelson C. Nelson Bear Perkins ltludgett Slater Lusk Johnson Hardy Adclmann Gigson Owens Grenlnan Pnnhorst. Morgan Keller Barry , X 5464 RQKA A Pfsifsbsbg Page 608 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 b 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 A P P ? P P 5 P s P 5 5 P P 5 P P 3. 7 'gi 'ir :HI IE 1lfgj5,oUD llIL Ll v w A4 h ll Stanton Spmulding Cook Hinckle M. J. Cox C appe c - - - S I n Bowling Smith Briggs Golden Harms Helen Brehm Helen Peffer Karma Ellen Golden Martha Cook Myra Harms Elizabeth Hinckle Oathout 0. Cox H 0 ETA Ill MA D I l'i Chapter Established 1917 Honorary and Professional Woman's Journalistic Fraternity FACULTY Robe,-ta Doisy Helen Rand Josephine Pierce Ethel Larm BIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY y A,-me Solgln Mary Elizabeth Jens Neva Bowling I-Ora -Briggs I Alice Oathout Mabel ChaPD0ll0 Helen Spaulding Gertrude Stanton Frances J. Smith Olive Cox Mary Jane Cox UNIVEIQIIT ANDICADE To promote c ture,' to establish and to maintain a high and recognized standard of merit among its O. G. Schaffer, B.S. K. B. Lohmann, M.L.A. Carl E. Berg R. S, Rateliffe E. L. Kammerer IDC ITECTI' IDCIET Founded, University of Illinois. 1913 ordial relations between the various schools and departments of landscape architec- members FACULTY In L. Pete,-son! B,S. J. C. Blair, M.S., D.Sc. H. B. Dorner, M M EMBERS IN UNIVERSITY P. M. Gustafson Nltlaf C0mSkY D. D. Obert Leo J. Diederich D. F. Roll D. B. Partridge R. M. Brown Diederich Schaffer Blair Lohmgmn Partridpzc Roll Brown Comsky Obert Berg Gustafson Ratclifie Kammercr .S. 'f li Yr .x A A -.x A .A Ax A Ax -.x ..x Ax -.x -mx .ax .ax -A ..x -A ..x ..sZx1,. 1.. 1.. 1.. A. 11. 15. 11- 1.- fp. 0. 1.. 1.- 1.. 1,. ,,, 1. ,,, ,,, ,, ,,, Page 609 W 5 :V x 0 , 9 'ir ul-an IE lm. LII 3, ? 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Co., Inc. . 515 Crofoot, Nielsen 8: Co. . . . 623 Steinite Radio Co .... 541 Crown Overall Co .... . . 630 Stevens Hotel Co . . 533 Davis, Charles C., 8 Co. . . . . 642 Sundstrand Corporation . . . 545 Davis 81 Kreeger .... . . 634 Taylor-Wharton Iron 81 Steel Co. 543 Dearborn Chemical Co. . . . 622 Victor Adding Machine Co. . . 525 Deere 8: Co ...... . . 627 Victor X-Ray Corporation . . 519 Dixie Music House, The . . . . 626 West Michigan Amusement Co. . 545 Engineering Agency, The . . . . 638 Western Brick Co ...... 534 Feldkamp's ..... . . 620 Westinghouse Elec. 81 Mfg. Co. . 535 Flynn's ......,... . . 644 Wharton, Wm. Jr., 8: Co., Inc. . 549 Frame, C. L., Dental Supply Co. . . . 617 White, S. S., Dental Co., The . 537 Harvard Co., The ..... . . 626 Whitman 8: Sons, Stephen F., Inc. . . . 638 Iden, Wm. A., Co. . . . 639 Windermere Company, The . . 514 Illini Coach Co ..... . . . . 628 Wolverine Engraving Co., The . 529 5 Illinois Bell Telephone Co ..... . . 628 U. S. Grant Hotel .... 545 ' Illinois Power and Light Corporation . . . 648 Y. M. C. A. of Chicago . 544 8 ? P ? ? ll 41- 2 ,GFX -N --X --K -A -sk -A --N AX -A AX -1X .A AX .xx .A Ax .A .mx .ex .cxAn. 12. 12. 0. 0. 0. 12. 12.. 12. 11. 12. 12. 12. 12. 12. 12. 12 12. 12. 12 Page 613 UE 'ir ll-ll IE 1l1Qp5,cUD IIIL LlI'Ul v yyyy 3 v V an 4V 'N' i 1 QNIY Zfv , 541 f I . I YYY ' 0 9' V S" v' v' v' v' v' v' Y' V' xv v' xv xv x Y 1 ESTABLISHED 1840 W Gro-B-CARPENTER a Co. X Mill, Railroad and Contractor's Supplies, Tents and Camp Outfits, Marine Equipment Our General Supply Catalog is a 1,0004 Page book of Supplies and Equipment o for Industrial Plants of all kinds. For' warded free on application written on yo... 1a.e.1...... Headquarters You are cordially invited to in- 'E spect the finest radio display in tl1e city. A complete line of models and makes at 440 NORTH WELLS ST. C1-HCAG0 CONIIVIONXVEALTII Emsoiv :li-.I.liCl'llIC Slllll' Edison Building, 72 W. Adams St., Chicago In Chicago -- Sta at team headquarters HOTELS WINDERMERE have repeatedly enjoyed the patron- age of outfofftown athletic teams-as they have always had the privilege of serving university people. The refined atmosphere-the famous cuisine--the high standards of Windermere service appeal particularly to the good taste of such guests. When the Fighting Illini come to Chicago to play, why not make your residence near them? Why not stay at the rendezvous of your college friends? In no other way can you enjoy such advanf tages as Hotels Windermere have to offer you. A o otels 111 er mer e "C H I C A G O'S MOST HOMELIKE HOTELS" 56th Street at Hyde Park Boulevard-'Phone Fairfax 6000 500 feet of vcrandas and terraces fronting south on jackson Park OFFIClAfL HOTEL INTERCOLLEGIATE ALUMNI EXTENSION SERVICE KAAAAK AQAQAQ A bsbabx Page 614 ' r H nz 1l'gp5,1Ur L LIl'fJt 'V ' X igs' Tri' Y NNWR SSIO ' 'WWW S A Messfzge to the Graduates of i' UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS N nu. L 1 YOU are standing on the threshold of a new endeavor L A . . . u new experience. Within a few short weeks, all y Q the hopes and expectations which you have held during V ' U , your years ofstudy and intensive training will be crystal- v' frsfsm- ,YF .V lized in the parchment that you receive acknowledging if HJ 1 ,' Z your right to enter your chosen profession. You are fortu- ' ' ' E ' "' nate in starting practice in an age when science has. L . I X -W done so much to help the dentist of today, and when so 4 , ' i ' ' I many forces are at work to make dentistry a profitable - 'ig . ' in K and pleasant occupation. K 1 - Ninety percent of the dental graduates of the world 'r g' ' L ' 1 deal with Ritter dealers and buy Ritter equipment.There L ' A must be a very definite reason for such an expression of 7 N q faith. That reason is- that Ritter equipment has been y Q f I n A worked out to meet the exacting demands ofa specialized 9 I profession. , :gt bfi 5 Interview a Ritter dealer. Learn about our office plan- J'-' ning service . . . our aids, free to you, in planning and - decorating your suite. Let a Ritter-dealer help you select your location. Take his advice about equipment.. llc will be frank and honest with you, and seriously interested Ill your every problem. 5 H 1 . . STEREOSCOPE Lf' The price you pay for success will be measured by the Diagnostic famp hours you produce. Dental equipment plays an impor- I . Q 'tant part in your daily program. Defective equipment means lost time. Ritter equipment is trouble-proof. Il N is the line that abides with you, helps yon, and helps to create satisfied patients. Q'- Values must be judged in terms of service. . . Riller equipment renders a service in use that defies duplication. K- ' ,-. Q ., A ' Ritter E-D JUNIOR UNIT l r -- 1 1 mimi ur I0 A sr.xNnAnu 1 5 N01 uowN T0 A PREP' 2' . K A noenzsvzn D naw vonx NNQYRHEIN LIGHT A44 AKKA A mwah vQQ,Q,5bp,,g,,5,, Page 615 4 v I I 5 U I .9 'll'lHllE1l1 p .Up lm. Lllvflv 22- 455. 5' w.!lv YY A I -A r 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 f 5 5 5 P ? P 'v 'I V 'I 'I 'I RA' FOR BETTER SERVICE-GREATER VARIETY OF DURABLE MATERIALS Always Ahead CentralhSuppl C 0. 210 SO. CAPITOL AVE. It Will Pay You to Visit Our Showrooms, Either with Your Plumber or Your Architect COVING O Photographer Distinctive Portmitiwe SQ WILLOUGHBY TowER 8 South Michigan Boulevard CHICAGO Your De Amerlcln Console Dental Cabinet No. 150 ntal Cabinet OUR dental cabinet should be a credit to your skill and your profession and it is very impor- tant that the appearance of your equipment should make a good impression on your clients. No better dental cabinets are made than American and 75 per cent of all cabinets in use today are of our make. The new Console Dental Cabinet No. 150 shown is a beautiful example of the cabinet builders art and in addition has many unique features not found on other dental cabinets. Our goods can be purchased from the dealer with other equipment on one contract on easy monthly payments. We will demonstrate our line in your city and hope to see every member of the Senior Class. , C American Cabinet Co TWO RIVERS WIS. . - I I 1 I 3 K I W ' 1 I K K f f I Y I O ,Q 4 ' 2 . . ' 1 - , if! -,X A Ay Ag ,X Ag Asg Ag Ag Ag A, -,X ,gy Ip. 11. I I1. lp. li. lp. 11. Ip. lp. lp. ll. I.. I I 1 'V Page 616 vvvv7 Q! '1l'lHlIE'llu , tgp lm. LlI'Ul Y Q 5' N'A:A!!b X y' 97135 onfldeme but Comes of Troper Emfzhfonmemf HEN YOUR FIRST PROMINENT patient presents himself at your office, what will your feeling be? Will your equipment and environment be such as to inf spire you with a confident, successful attitude, or will it be so unattractive as to cause a feeling of uncertainty and doubt in your own mind as well as in the mind of the patient? The importance of "first impressions" cannot be minimized. A Dentist's success does not depend altogether upon modern appliances and pleasant surroundings but they help tremenf dously. Most of your patients will have but slight knowledge of dental procedure. Their judgment of you as a Dentist will be largely founded on your personal appearance and that of your oiiice. Our equipment service consists partly in designing and install' ing "practice building" dental offices-offices that reflect the owner's ability to render superior dentistry. But this is not always enough. The young man starting into practice is apt to need something more. He may need uhelpinifinding a location, in planning his office, in securing a clientele, in installing proper accounting methods or in solving other of the many problems arising in the practice of dentistry. During the past twenty years we have helped a great many of the graduates of your school to establish themselves on a sucf cessful basis. You, too, may avail yourself of these sincere and friendly services merely for the asking and without any obligaf '2 C. L. FRAME DENTAL UPPLY CO. tion on your part. A Sole Distributors of Ritter Equipment in the Chicago District 17th Floor Mallers Building ' Madison Street at Wabash Avenue BRANCH STORES 18th Floor Pittsfield Building. 21st P10013 6331 So. Halsted St. Medical 8: Dental Arts Building I .X AS .xX .QX .QS .QS .QX ASX .sX .xX sX - , I I. 10. ll. lp. li. Ii.. Ip. ll. If- Ia, Ip. Ii. I4 E Page 61? A K YYY ' Y X 4Ei uHl1E1lfgp5,4Ul lm. N i, X ypyy, V77 707077 When Stepping ut into the business world remember that you will often require printing in some form. Remember also that no matter where you locate, there is, in Chicago, an organization with over forty-seven years' experience in the production of quality printing. that that organization is prepared to handle your entire requirements in this great field of progress, including the working out of ideas, preparation of layouts, text, finished draw- ings, engravings, etc. that they will produce the finished product as only real craftsmen should. that they specialize 1 f in the production of folders, booklets, catalogs, and everything in the line of tickets . . . anything numbered . . . as well as the making of maps of all kinds. that most of all, that organization knows well the meaning of "service," for it was the ren- dering of service together with the quality in finished product that has made possible the large number of satisfied customers, many of whom they have been serving during the en- tire period of its business life. that the organization above referred to is POOLE BROS Olnc. p A Telephone WABASII 6800 85 West Ilarrison Street at Clark CIIICAGO, ILLINOIS .LAA.iA.!A.?.AAA. An Intercollegiate Alumni Hotel Hotel PERB MARQUETTE FFERS 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 banquet and ball rooms, to' gether with unsurpassed service enable us to care for the most elaborate or most informal function. Horam IPllJlR21E Msnouarrm IPEORIIA IILLIINOIIS 11 ,ir i,. The Artistic it X 'ig ll C O O V E R f-ff l' li rw, 'ATM X I l X ll ,mlygl ' f SUPERB tone and unusual 1 N' i 'j',,lJl'.h, "' durability make the Conover A r ,Emil Piano the choice of leading 5,rn' N t -f"ii',f1" Colleges and Universities 'I 4 M, r y N ' lp from coast to coast. "llllWl'qJ,f,l 1 l i ABLE , u ff ,.,. -9 Fraternities and Sororitica 6 4 in Champaign and Urbana have purchased their in- struments from Cablc's, We arc proud of this convincing endorse- ment of Cable quality and service. Tiana Company 41 Main St. Champaign, Ill. Complete Line of Pianos, Phonographs, Radios and Musical Merchandiseg also, Records--including Victor, Brunswick, and Columbia, Chicago Headquaners-Wabash and Jackson AQACAQ A Ahhh hbhbtbhb Page 618 u' 'll'lHllE1l1gj5,4UI IIIL l.lI'Uv xxn vi 44 mL AA ogg... , M vt.Q Your motive at Be er Thousands of dentists find doing their own X-Ray work promotes systematic metho lVlzen a rnd1'o.t'rnplz ir desirezi the dentist with fl CDX simply rmrlfes over lo the wal! 'where It 15 mounted on afoldfns' 5"01'A"ff f"'d l"""f-'S 't 'fm' operating position as eas 17,11 as he does his dental eng: nr. S100 'down payment puts f - the Victor CDX Unit in your ofce. The balance is payable in 25 easy monthly payments. CltltllIdt'l?l!.l'S is another feature in flte destkn of the C'DA'. Requires no floor space, as it is mounted on the wall and oulqfthe way when not in use. The restless luztien I rloesn't1uorl11' the deulist who uses a 4 CDX. for he knows il -J is 10095 electrically safe. ds . . . accurate diagnoses . . . elimination of errors. HERE used to be more argument than now regarding the value of a dentist doing his own X-Ray work. That was before Dr. Cool- idge finventor of the Coolidge tubej perfected the CDX. Now thousands of dentists have installed the Victor CDX. They are finding it increases their production by promoting systematic methods, by insuring accurate diagnoses, by eliminating a large proportion of errors. These dentists, since owning theVictor CDX, have improved month by month in their radio- graph technique. Through constant and increas- ing use, they have educated themselves in this important phase of the profession. And this course of education has not been an expense but a profitable investment. Costs nothing to investzgate You may think you Ucan' t afford to bother with X-Rays." But that's what hundreds of dentists have said. Then they looked into the matter more thoroughly. Now these operators cheerfully ad- mit that owning a Victor CDX has made them better dentists . . . has paid them dividends in cash and in prestige. It is so easy to own a Victor CDX. Don't let"cost"worry you. Make us show you that it ncedn't be considered. just ask us on the con- venient coupon to send you all the facts. VICTOR X-RAY CORPORATION Dental Department C H I C A G O A GENERAL ELECTRIC ORGANIZATION I G ! Victor X-Ray Corporation I I I DCPC- A I : 2012 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago I I I Please send booklet and full information on the I : Victor CDX. : I I Name ......... i I I I Business Address... ... I I I I I AQKQA A bs.Q7y,.77,.b,. ba Page 619 .9 'ir In-Il IE ilfgp 5 fm ll 1 V ' Affm " ,15 as 455 ggi f -Tu LL! Q 4 - 4 ix 4 4 FELDKANIFS 4 HealthfO 'Meter U . ,, 4 Where Friends Meet 4 Daily weighing. at liomc without clothing, is going to pre' A vent excess weight from slowly undurinining your licaltli, alll' Q ' d .b'l' t c '44 l'f . KEEP FIT! A Hcaltl-U'lv1c!c . . . ' inelygiiralizitliriidiii ijtlilijimllrdnqictur of health. I X r Hllnols Popular Confecuonery ' ax Home Cooked Meals i , 5 I Nia .I ,O Fountain Specials S ' ,,A. I , 'ui' ' , 'r 4 ,gb 4 rlswzal llgg, I , 1 by . if E l Q55 I'-- fi , Q i 1 N ,Ip - "" ,5 27 4 ? . eeee Feldliamp s Candy 5 I I Fl ' " - Z , 55, ff MADE IN OUR OWN SHOP 3 . S , Keep a Box In the Home 4 7 Full capacity 250 lb., graduated by M pounds, and guaranteed Q 5 to give satisfactory service. Handsomcly linished in a variety of 4 Q f shaded colors with nickelfplatcd trim and inlaid cork mat. I I I 5 1 E 3 Contlnental Scale Works I D A P S S 5 5 701 So. Claremont Ave., DANVILLE CHAM AIG 5 5 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS " P N Q 9 4 5 4 F EAM 2 4 345 3? 5 ' 090954 ATIONAL Distributors of BUEHLER Brand Food Products, with retail stores lo- cated in the principal cities of the Middle West. IIUEIILEII BRUTHEBS, Inc. 1400 WEST 46th STREET 5 i C ll I C A G 0 P P 4 ? -W ? il- ' A -I gig sX AX .AX .gk .st .sX .NX .sX AX .QX .SX AX .AX QX .A .A .sX .sX .sX AAXA. Ip. li. I:. 11. 0. lr. Ii. Ip. ll. la. I1. 11. lp. li, I1. Ip, Ip. Ip. lp lv? 5 4 Page 620 X 'Es 'I yy 59 '1rnHluE1l-g,5,1Up lm. Ll llgi B12 cgmtnis llll ITIQDIJB DOlII2S 5,.5s,7a X N 44115 R L-v Af-9' QTNIJWX big, in , H V ill. wnLLvLAv AT CHAN NEI. I. KE I LI Slammer? C?wo1z'fe Dancing Center ANTIDCI1 II.I.. UNEZZND to SEPTEMBEIL. RD THIS familiar amusement center has every facility for vaca. tion enjoyment. There will be dancing every evening except Monday., as well as afternoon dances on Sundays. Sorority girls d tl eir friends will find ideal environment at the Channel an 1 Lake Sorority House, where they may entertain their callers in ' ' ' ' f l b 'l l a large lobby which extends the entire length o t IC ul 1 ing and alfords an excellent view of beautiful Channel Lake. All recreation facilities are available-golfing, boating, 'mnin horseback riding, etc. Interesting trips may be swn g, arranged to the various lotus beds and other spots of interest. The rooms are airy and cool. H Wasln-roolns with running water and I 5 1 5 I nxt k.T 9 Y 5 JI' 'f F' W . nr' - Q-'45 W 9 Y lfgf . 1 11 - 9 C 'wf"'H 'Q Z '55 E, B I ' 5 B 5 P 5, N -wg, f t A 5 sis' 3.55535 aasgw ' H """ --""-S.-:O UQ'-:"f-:zo f N :-gzszgn-I-og-.::.' nun mlqgo - -I sale 'mQOQ-f:-i:--- -Q- 9 3 ...v.....,p," naw.-r'L-'-,QE. 5 c :Qi T'-Zggf'-f:.'. G mc'-3000 ' t C ::e3E'50:.e00-- rg?-1-... 5 l - P-a-n'5'm O -:img OQQEQ1 I Z' :EQMUPEUI-. Q.: 10?-'O . 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Lll'U 9, ii l"g'5"U eggs ,YY WVe're loyal 'Io You Illinoi i R EG U.S. PAT OFFICE House of Chemical Engineers In Service to Industry Since 1887 SPECIALIZING IN: Water Problems Encountered in Steam Production Laboratory analysis of water supplies and study of operating conditions for power plants and rail' roads the world over. Production and supply of the proper treatment to overcome corrosion, scalf ing and foaming. l Lubrication Lubricants adapted exactly to every type of inf dustrial equipment. A Dearborn Oil holds the world record of 52,000 hours of practically conf tinuous operation without change in a turbine. Prevention of Rust NOfOXfID, developed in the Dearborn Laboraf tories, is in trusted service for the government and on tens of millions of feet of oil pipe lineg it is used by 116 railroads, and quite generally throughout industry. Associated Conditions Services on associated problems of scaling and corrosion. The Company produces also Dearco Motor Oils and Dearborn Cleaners. One of these cleaners will remove grease from concrete. Now or ol any future time, we invite you to call upon us when we can serve you on any of this work. DEARBORN CHEMICAL COMPANY 310 S. Michigan Avenue 299 Broadway CHICAGO NEW YORK KA AAKQQ6 A 72sZs7A7A Zsbxhbhhk Page 622 7vvv YYYY Y :HI IE 1l-gp5,aU ji, X The Problem 0 'Young 7XCen's Glothes is one to which we have given a great deal of thought. For years we have enjoyed the privilege of making clothing for college men and it is very gratifying to see the large number of them who have grown up in the business world and who continue to buy jerrems tailoring because they know they always get dependable quality at prices they know are right. Riding Breeches English Cricket Flannels Shetlands FORMAL, BUSINESS AND SPORT CLOTHES A complete line of readyetofwear English 'Top Coats. We Suggest an extra pair of Kniclqcrs for Sport Wear, Tailored to Your Individual Measure 71 E. Monroe St. 324 S. Michigan Avenue 7 N' La Salle St. 140,142 s. Clark si. CHICAGO zzs N. wabash Ave. The Besly Catalog V No. 50 IS A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF THE LATEST AND BEST IN MECHANICAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT For fifty years the leading engif neering colleges and institutions have found Besly a dependable source of supply for their ref quirements. MACHINISTS', MILL and RAILROAD SUPPLIES BRASS, COPPER and BRONZE In Sheets, Rods, Wire and Tubes ARTIST AND DRAWING MATERIALS BLUE PRINTERS Blue Printing, Black Printing, Blue Line and Color Printing ' Special smite, Always speed and RESULTS, Bfe Floor Space and Equipment for Rush Orders. cRoFooT, NIELSEN at co. Telephone State 2870 14 N. FRANKLIN ST., CHICAGO Artist Material Dept.: sos N. Michigan Blvd. Tel. superior 8537 Branch Offices: E99 COMPANY 327ENv1r1fcI?Ean End. ren. sms 7046 l18f124 North Clinton St. Chicago 334 Wabasherlxvg Tel' Harrison 8597 Works Below Wisconsin Engineering Bldg. Tel. sim 9893 , , P S P PI Ni :pix A ..x Ax .A .ts .ex Ax .ax .ax .ax .xx .ax .ex a M f.y v V4 A.- v i LA' r Q? '1ruHl1E1lfgp5,4Ub wm x i, 5 5 I I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 Telephones: MONROE 6825-6826 School Supplies Toilet Paper - Paper Towels Blotting Paper Bond Scratch Pads White Bond Second Sheets Loose Leaf Binders ILL1NoIs SUPPLY Co. 600 W. VAN BUREN STREET CHICAGO-ILLINOIS HOTEL KANKAKEE at Kankakee, Illinois 1 5 O Modern Fireproof Rooms Splendid 'Restaurant SIDNEY HERBST Pres. 6 Mgr. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 he cover for this annual was created by The DAVID J. MOLLCY CO. 2857 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois an Ar, 411:-.lx-n.":al-, any Molloy Made Cover bears this trade mark on the back lid- 51 I lg 3 :iw .x ..x -. sK .A -gs Ax Ax .xx as .gs .sx .xx .A ..x .gs .A .AAA- 1,. 11. I.- A- 11. 0, 0- 1,- 0. 1.- 1.. 1.. 1.. 0. 1,- Q4 Page 624 - 99 1r IHIIE 1l1gj51UI Lrlfnv . ' 'gi ' eil' YYYDYPY A I A y A 2 c A A A A A Q built an adding rnaclrine like a watch STURDYHCOMPACTMOF STAMPED METAL PARTS 1 , AND SOLD IT AT A LOW PRICE ACOMPLETE departure from out-worn traditions produced the S first portable adding machine-of unquestioned quality-at an N 4 S S S 4 4 S C 0 fff1ea1ng1ts eld I T R d ' ' fi 4 4 4 2 2 4 amazingly low price. It was a Victor-built, like a watch, of stamped AND MORE 6, 8 and 10 col- ? umns, including ? direct subtrac- D tion models. P ? P K 9 5 5 9 9 3 3 3 5 9 Z A 9 9 7 A s F metal partsg it was compact, light in weight, with a case of steel. The aggressive, vigorous leadership which produced that first Victor, is maintaining Victor's supremacy today .... the buyer of the present-day Victor buys unquestioned quality for 3575 and more-and receives the benefit of features which many higher priced machines do not contain. A Victor on Free Trial from any Victor Agency! VICTOR ADDING MACHINE CO., 5900 N. Rockwell St., CHICAGO STANDARD ADDING MACHINES P S A , ji , , Kdxdxdxdidfibibxbscbxba Page 625 it a 4 ! 5 5 5 Z 5 9 3 3 5 Z 9 r 9 9 5. '1r1HllE 1l1Qjj,4UI lm. Y 51 Telephone Franklin 7760 Mchring 8: Hanson Company Experience Over 50 Year: 'K HEATING, COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS POWER PLANTS-POWER PIPING GENERAL STEAM FITTING We have been serving BANDS and BANDSMEN since 1902 We still have our 1902 Customers SQ Ili Dizqeliusit 11.1183 'W .1 162-166 North Clinton Street 320 So' Wabash Avenue CHICAGO CHICAGO Who Will Make Up Your Mind ? ' I 'HE trained man in any profession or trade is the man who selects his tools-or equipment. He undoubtedly knows best how he will apply his knowledge and skill, and, therefore, he should know-better than anyone else-what he will require in equipment. Very soon you will turn your thoughts and attention to the selection of dental equipment for your office+and the importance of your decision cannot be emphasized too strongly. f You will be approached, no doubt, by many types of salesmen, each endeavoring to sell you his line of equip' ment. Some of them will strive, through one means or another, to get your signature on the dotted line immedif ately without occasion to inspect any other line-it is their job to make up your mind. Most obvious, then, is the necessity of deliberating and wisely deciding-making up your own mind--whether this equipment or that equipment will best suit your needs. It always has been the policy of The Harvard Company not to rush the dentist into a sale--but to invite open inspection, demonstration and comparison of Harvard Equipment with any other line. We urge you, before you buy, to carefully examine every line of equipment and compare it point for point with every other line--then use your own good judgment in making up your mind. Any Harvard Dealer will 'G be glad to demonstrate 9' Harvard Equipment -,vwfqrrt ' f 'i 'f"?'i"TTI7T2f:E,?"' , 3, Y- 5 .., 'f "fly I :- Ji KZ ii bf' 'lfn 2 .,F"4w 1' ,QW The HARVARD Co. CANTON, OHIO Manufacturers of Chairs, Cabinets, Units, Engines and other Dental Equipment ACK AAAQ44 high Page 626 'fs f X, r 1rlH'lsiu'v fnvmwe - X X YsZsGC4'fX X X X vX Yx wary ti More Than a Clerk Was Awakened THE young clerk stirred rcstlessly in the bed in the general store of the pioneer village, sat upright and peered through the window. He could hear familiar voices of the night . . . the .Many folks called this blacksmith a visionary, hut the young clerk watched' him admiringly. Years later, after he, himself, had become a prominent manufacturer, this former clerk wrote: 2 K A ff X 1 K , scream of a panther from somewhere up the river . . . H-lohn Deere in his early cxpcricn-Ccfwoulfl make H . . , plow and then go out to a farm and give it a trial. 'r the startled barking of Indian dogs on the nearby reservaf U , A - f , . . If the plow did not work exactly to suit him, he would , tion . . . but that which had awakened him was more , , . . , , Q, bring it back, take it to pieces, change the shape of the insistent' h I h , N I I I In f moldboard and try it out again. t was t C nyt, mic wmng' Wmng' Wumg' O H "I would hear him hammering at ten o'clock at night hammer 07 an.anVll'fl .v I I h bl k when I went to bed at the store, and at four o'clock in JY In the dlm light O lm Mop across me fmictt C ac ' the, morning his hammering would wake me upg he had I Smlth was bus?-fl giant of 3 man' Swmgmg 3 heavy such indomitable determination to work out successfully hammer unccasmg Y' what he had in mind." "What a man for work!" exclaimed the clerk. ak ak at at :E All around the village, folks were talking about the ' blacksmith-how he had come from Vermont with only More than n clerk was awakened by the zeal of John 573, and 11 kit Of f00lS3 l10W l'lC had built 21 fvrgc Of dal' Deere as he worked, regardless of the hour, perfecting his and rock on the day of his arrival and repaired the broken plow' That Wlgich came from the 1-mmmcring on his nnvn f pitman shaft that was delaying important work at the saw awakened the agricultural wealth of a nation-the wealth millg how he had stepped in and done all the iron work which awaited the coming of the steel plow--and founded on the new grist mill, and how he was "working himself the great organization which today builds and sells john to death" over his new ideas about plows. Deere quality equipment for every farming operation. W 'Q 'K Leader in Quality for Nearly a Century 1 KKKKKK i .,,Af16Q65ffCf 9kbx2kbkkx7 mZQn5fk2Q51f5AbkbkX, X Page 627 YYYY .q I '0 W 'W' v- xv v' v' v' v' v' v' Y' V' N" V xv v' xv yy -,F ,Hug ,l.g,5,1Ui ml. L l' yyyyy V 7 ' Av' Nr' SQIEQR Two Weeks Vacation Tours ,W ,C ,CIA or - i . ' ' "Th B ' C ll 'th a B... service -- Spwal THPS Ui,..:1::f31.,,z.,:5,z:.., 5 REPARE for a business career at the only 'fd Business College in the West which re- quires every student to be at least a four-year ,Q High School graduate. 10 Travel with the Park- hills on their Motor PHONE Coach Tours. PHONE Q 4848 4848 lVrile ll or mllfor Irjormaiion. Beginning on the first of April, july, October, d an January, we conduct a special, complete, intensive, three-months' course in stenography which is open to College Graduates and Undergraduates Only Enrollments for this course must be made before the opening day-preferably some time in ad b ' vance, to e sure of a place in the class. Stenography opens the way to independence I and is a very great help in any position in life. The ability to take shorthand notes of lectures, sermons, conversation, and in many other situations is a great asset. BULLETIN ON REQUEST No Solicitors Employed PAUL MOSER 116 South Michigan Avenue , J. D. Ph. B., President C Randolph 4347 12th Floor Chicago, Illinois ILLINI COACll C0 XMTJEGIG I In the Day School Girls Only are Enrolled 32 Chester St. - ' ' ' CH 0404 B, The Associated Military Stores Exclusive PurVCY01'S Quality Uniform Equipment UNITED STATES ARMY OFFICERS vu abd:- AIMS AND IDEALS GF A GREAT SERVICE TgIE ideal and aim of the Bell Telephone ste y m is a telephone service for the na' tion, enabling, at all times, any one, anywhere to pick up a telephone and talk to any one else clearly, quickly and at a reasonable cost. This statement, quoted from a recent ad' dress by Walter S. Gifford, President of the American Telephone and Telegraph Com' pany, dehnes the policy of the Bell System, of which the Illinois Bell Telephone Com' pany is a part. In pursuit of this objective there has been established a great, nationwide network of communication built and extended in the spirit of service to the public and without undue profits to any one. In this spirit we are conf stantly setting higher standards of service and striving to reach them. The Bell System accepts its responsibility as a public trust. Its duty is to provide the American public with adequate, dependable and satisfactory telephone service at the lowest possible cost consistent with hnancial safety. Illinois Bell Telephone Com an Page 628 P Y Bell System Sp6CiH1i-5112 in One Policy-One System-Universal Service It e R. o. T. o. EQUIPMENT get u""s.,i 19 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, Ill. 5 3 .--lt - "Ii-A ' "fl-me-"9 ' - A6144 A mx 1 s. 11. 11. 11. ls. 1,. 11. 1,. 1.. 1, 1 1 99 'Ir ll-ll IE IQIQI5 Ifiniifiilin YW 'gi ' Q! YYPVVPV DEMAND HRYLTYLEI' A Crown Shrunk Overalls TUDOR SHINGLE ROOF TILE A New Pair If They Shrink Recent Installations University of Illinois Beware of Imitations "Alpha Rho Chi" "Pi Kappa Alpha" Look for the Crown Trade azeta Tau Alpha, Forest Stores Mark Before You Buy. They l 'Y Cost No More Than Ordi- Urbana'L"1C0ln Garage nary Overalls. --I I - I I I - I UNION MADE Qg. EIGHT OUNCE Sold by Leading Dealers M"""f'C""ed by The ACME BRICK COMPANY Crown Overall Mfg. Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO L nvest his Summer in Business mining QUR Intensive Summer Course in Secretarial Training will pay you rich dividends whether you continue at the University or begin your business or professional career. Shorthand and typewriting are invaluable aids in any line of endeavor, Bryant Ei Stratton have trained leaders for three generations. Complete C0u1'5e5 in Business Administration, Executive Secretarial Training, Stenography Stenotypy . , ' Accountancy, etc. Write or phone Randolph 1575 for bulletin Br anti' tmlton C oy Ii G IE 18 S. Michigan Ave. CHICAGO 'WHERE A BUSINESS ATMOSPHERE PREVAILSN A4AC,ai,aC,a42ib,e7,x72,Q72,.72s, 5A A Page 630 X . - E- V9 wru-me p lm. LIMJ as . X 455 l"g'5"U , gp ff A L4 ERHAPS it is because present-day conven- iences enable women to feel more cheerful about kitchens that these rooms have dropped basement laundry. The nickel-silver drainboarcl shifts over tray or sink and is removable for carrying clishes. Crane Exhibit Rooms are well stocked with other suggestions for kitchen and clrabness for cheerful color. Such conveniences, for example, as the Crane combination sink and bathroom decoration and equipment. Visit laundry tray. Seen here in a thrifty Dutch setting them. Write for the illustrated book, New Idea: of painted wall-paper and tiled Hoot, it is thrifty far Bathrooms, with color schemes, floor plans, of steps, time, money. It costs much less than wall elevations. About lasting Crane econo- two fixtures, and it saves many trips to the Q my, ask any responsible plumbing contractor. 150 ' ir-' 2500 Pound: Pressure A Pounds Preaiur FIXTURES, VALVES, FITTINGS, AND PIPING, FOR DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL USE Crane Co.. General Ojfrrx, 836 S. Michigan An-., Chicago 0 Nrw Yurlz Ofcc, 23 W. 44lh St. Branches and :alex ajax in one hundred and rigbty cific: x xxx x x xx-.x..x - Xax- Q AKAQ46 A Pyxbxfyx Page 631 1rnHllE1l1gp5,4Up um. Llllllo V4 f YYYVY X A X v 5 5 9 9 5 Z 3 3 ? 5 a a ? 9 a s ILLI ACIIIEVE HE 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 1930. It stands as a fitting 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 Corpora. tion shares in this pride, as it has been our privilege to make the engravings for The Illio-and to print it. For sixty-two 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 4 P MANZ CORPORATION 4001-4053 RAVENSWOOD AVENUE CHICAGO ea .. ' , - , 'nrr - sstni a ,dAQ4 kbpbsh ykyhbrbxbxx Page 632 u' 1ruHtlE1l-gmigp lllL LI i' 45 :jr LA T S ahfirhlgan 20llffV4ff, 7:11 u 8111 ,jmm CHICAGO Emu: j. Juwfu. Vin Pfflidfuf mf Jlfffmllf 3000 OUTSIDE ROOMS 3000 PRIVATE BATHS C A D 'c "" """"""""""' "" ' , W .... ,-.1 ..,,. ..,..,, ,,..,,,TT, uw! FEATURES OF THE STEVENS M -V --X 1 Largest hotel on earth i, 'Wir' b Most ideal location in Chicago f On Michigan Boulevard, overlooking Grant Park - and Lake Michigan ' ' More convenient to railroad stations than any g other hotel f 9 The most comfortable hotel in the world L 2448 rooms at 55 per day or less i ' 9 Iago rooms at S4 per day , Suites of' parlor, bedroom and bath fiom 3 I5 per ' Q day upwards ' 3 No waiting for rooms' f Four famous restaurants Q Popular priced Japanese Lunch Room , 5 Floor clerk service on every floor i ' X f Garage for guests' motor cars I 9 Largest and finest children's playroom , Guests' library containing ao,ooo books 9 Bowling alleys 5 Q Recreation rooms i r , 7 Billiards and pool room 'Q I' V I Circulating ice water in every room- Q 5 Bed-head reading lamp on every bed ' , I y Largest and finest ballroom in the world 1 1 f I f Largest hotel exhibition hall ever built ik 3 s Twelve hundred seat theater l R Four and one-half' floors devoted to public use i ? Seven ballroom: accommodating from two hun- I Q dred to five hundred Y L Many small meeting rooms and private dining L S U 5 rooms i I 1 Most modem and complete beauty parlor in Chi- 3 M' W 1, ul cago Railroad and steamship ticket ofiice in lobby Largest and finest sanitary barber shop in Chicago Houselteeper on every floor Baggage checked from hotel to destination , Most rapid and accurate Front Oliice accounting , , . system ever devised, facilitating speed in check- In ing out Prompt, dependable mail and telegraph service . . . . ' Am., for .it .tm .tcm in nt, facilities, luxurt ou s su rroun d- Csndy store drug store fmen's furnishings, . alle women's rdady-to-wunisouvenir store, florist In S a n d u n U Val u es T h e Q Individual dressing rooms for banquet and party g 7 Ld sul, at ' gilt!!! ' 9 M d- 0....i., laundry mi.. .. popular Pat., Stevens IS the world s greatest as I ' -"N" Best facilities in chicago for ma parties, pm. , Directed by the same ? quets, luncheons, danlces and aliernoon teas ' W e ll a S t h e d S t h Ot el. ggyczffffiiggl li: S Ballrooms equipped with most perfect public Provides for I dl ti sddress systems . . 'S m' 'Ji':?'.:l'F:f:3z:,1,tz":,:,:2:'z2:?tbf1fg' THE mms wud-Pffffoffmff f::z2i:1:2e::3:::f,z.':g a e , . Private tele hone eichange capable dfserviug a Ream mit! JAPANESE LUNCH ROOM. unexcened ufxccpnon' city of tg,ooo people N 5 sin ,, DMM, Brmlfandir Lanrlnan 05: bimur 31.00 my amacuve "tc" Lar est isolated ' t w r la t' th world um tr g R 1020 moms' S260 to B Pmis 0 P0 C P '1 fn 2 MRM: RM' 'ff COLCHESTER GRILL go stngleg ana 34 to Lvsfsfijigqwf md mW' 51049711 dayhghi kuchem 263 S 3. 50 S 5. 00 Bfldffdll 60: and 75: Luncheon 85r Q9 double. CVC? Ui I I 6. 00 D'mvrr' 31.50 S 4 D' 3200 , Has already broken four yvorld's records: Z 7. 50 I OAK R303 mm Largest banquet 'ver 'erved 278 6. 00 9. 00 Bra-affasl 60: and 75: Lunrluon 85: V 5 Largest nt:-mber of guests ever housed under 181 7 00 10 00 Dinner 81.50 Sundqy Dinner 32.00 . one roo ' ' Largest convention ever held in any hotel 93 10-00 15-00 MAIN DINFNG ROOM Society's largest, most successful and most 2443 of the 3000 i-ooms are rated'at Lunilxon 'Ulf Dwi" n'0f7p'x1f' M' i tuna about charity atm- ss per diy or lm ""i,IZ'l 5Z.2..'.'l..'1i'LZ'.5'Lii'.,I "' ' N THESTEVENS IS THE LARGEST HOTEL IN THE WORLD P ? i I :SW .x .ax .ax as -es . sX AAA A Page 633 YYY Y YYQWCQYYYY Qi iip yyyy I WESTERN BRICK CCMPANY I Danville, Illinois 2355132252 52253: e s fm FEATHERWEIGHT BUILDING UNITS ' If MCRRIS L. MUELLED H E C K E R CCMPANY CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Sales Representatives for Champaign and Urbana Established 1886 DAVIS E99 KREEGER Painting and Decorating Coutractois Gigvflliiib 21 lf21 3 West Sixtyfthircl Street CHICAGO Telephone-Vlcntworth 0723 Telcplxone-Wcl1tWox'tl1 0722 bronze for t GG he Vital Spotsn THIS G-2763 all metal sink combination is an outstanding example of Mueller quality fittings. Chromium on Mueller Bronze-it provides beauty and the economy of depend- able service. When you buy Mueller Bronze for the "Vital Spots" of plumbing you buy lasting satisfaction. si" MUELLEIQ MUELLER CO. Decatur, Illinois + Branches : New York - San Francisco Los Angeles - Dallas 4+ Camulian Factory Mueller, Limited, Sarnia A AiA,a6A4A4fxbQA7Q,Qb,,bXb,e 2,-.AZ9,gA Page 634 xbfc i l i i l B i i W. EAMES . .1 g , Ca ncgic Tech 18 u' 'IFIHIIE1 .g,5,1Up IIIL Lllfui LA R. P. JENSEN C n lr cl'on Su . iulc I I. Ar n ur In titutc of Technology 23 QW P. M. lXiCCUSKER nw. qi s Sal s W. R. I-IARDING. IH ' ' . T. N. . I 2 ,. U. IN. C:1rolin1 17 I-we S!! C. M. PURDV. Intenlrpartmzntal Cmzlmct Adminixlmlion. W. T. N. S., '26 H. I. PETERSEN, C YOUNGER COLLEGE MEN ON RECENT WESTINGHOUSE JOBS W lzeredo young men getinalarge imluslrial organization? Have they opportunily lo exercise ereezlive lalenl? 1: individual work recognized? 1 Y 1 N architectural beauty and in completeness of accommoda- tions for all classes of business and professional activities, De- troit's new Fisher Building has been pronounced ten years ahead of the times. An important feature of its advanced develop- be Fisher Building story tower and the 11-story wings. Twenty-five elevators are installed, all with automatic con- trol which brings each car to a smooth stop exactly level with the floor every time. A master control system, in addition, en- ables the chief operator to ad- vance or retard speeds from his own station and to maintain accurate service schedules. Lighting equipment, installed under the largest contract of its kind ever placed, is equally ad- vanced. More than 12,000 West- inghouse Sollux units give light without glare throughout the entire structure. Pumps and Ventilating fans are driven by Westinghouse motors. The complete electrification of the Fisher Building is the sort of a job that must go to an organization large enough to handle it. Westinghouse offers young men a type of opportunity that ap- peals to those with ment is the VVesting hl f - Q estm ouse which serves the 26- enterprise and talent. 57b7.7sBa A va AAKAAAAAAPAAA Zxbsbkbhk. x Page 635 5 - " ' e f ' Y X gg 95' it , Yyyyyo if n h i a g Q I O C VlS1t the Two Most Beautlful A O O Atmospherlcffheatres III the World ff ' ' Theatre Glorifying ,,.,,, ,..,......, 79th St. and I-lalsted Chicago's Great A Q 5 South-Side ""' ,X 4 v tt uus A y ysn ue e Q9 4 v al a ll sas :sisfi M .Q Q . f 0' Q, . .--' Q Theatre 3 ,,,,.-- I ,,,, 4 .-.4.-. ""' .. 2-1-I-I-I-. '-:5f:.:g:S::-:-:-:-:-:1:7:1:f'2-:+:-.-:-:-:-: -'-- l 79th St. and Stony Island - --- 11 -- --- ' Q ..A. 4 ' BOTII the CaPi'0l and Avalon Q A N Theatres offer an atmos- 4 5 .'4- I Phere of enchanting beauty . . . -""' breathing the lure of far-off, 4 ex0tic places. .esfsisisisfiii :f:':'fQ:..:.:F' "..'. -25:22:55 And in these brilliant Selling!! . ...,- - ""' f you will find the choicest of 15. I f entertainment. The Capitol and "" h Avalon are always Waf . --4' "" S - . . ss-j Q4 Q F nrst wzth the F lnest ,.-' ' 'hiuhllli of Picture ""' X '..'-"' "Q S Hits . . . "" fy .. -"" " f "" , ..tA4 Stage Creations ...-- -' f,...5:,.,l Z. in which beauty and color and If -""' ' 496' lnhnl., .--" 8 I Sw the genius of Amex-ica's finest Q- -"': -h""i' 5' ' -fmefwinel-S blended into ...i?'-.,: :::::. S 5: patterns of modern diver. ' ..1:gs5:Q':':IfIQ:f:QsE'P .5f5 551"g." . fffffff i 53-I" fi:-ff? 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Jackson Blvd. U41 Your 670097 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS The Rnmance of andy .IIII .. INCE 1842 Whitman's can' . R dies have been messages of ff if sentiment. Our fathers' fathers' 1 A . Q fathers went to the meeting place +9 , '- SHUI' IE" IIQI f 7 ffl . . Q iiZ'1"" f'l-ATB! :Sc P :L r rj :fail armed with a box of Whitman s "-'af -e e - 'ifaE,,.E,g2g:arr6w,, Q Chocolates. The Sampler is the . N H M "ae"3'?' f It twentieth century package that ' ' .- N QV carries on the best traditions of ., f ' Qqfg - . NILQ. -I 5 . .fi V the nineteenth. - P. 5' 4 YL :J ,. L V' If .4 up .. X E N g-xnxx' r.. Chocolates it STEPHEN F. WHITMAN E99 SON, Inc., PH1LADELpH1A Chicago Branch-O. W. Westphal, Director 15' 37 S. Michigan Avenue I . F vi .x X GN .K ...S .sX AX -sk AX .nX .xX .GX .QX .xX .sX .sX .A .sX .GX .AZXA Ip. 11. ln. 11. li. 11. la. l,- li.. lp. 11. lp. 11. ln. If. I. lp W Page 638 . .Q TH R E . K Al bfi :il X A N 5 1, f ff PLYMoUTH ROPE f COMMERCIAL Q -Q? - 53. nga: Q F .EJ -.X s1sAL AND TWINES TARRED YARNS WM. A. IDEN COMPANY DI-Sq':IGgSTORS HIGH GRADE TWINE CORDAGE ROPE Cotton Duck and Canvas Goods ' Waterproof Covers 1 Awnings f Tents 'S 64 WASHINGTON BLVD. 1 , CHICAGO 1 RANDOLPH 5 'S 86 Telephone HARRISON 0429 Brook S Rankin Edition Book Manufacturers 619 South LaSalle Street CHICAGO A .., .1 f Z' I x -A .xx A -A Ax Ax .mx Ax -mx .ex .A .xx .A .gx ..x -AA4- 1.. 1,. 0. 0. 11. 0. 11. 1,. 11. 1,. 1.. A- 1.. 11. A- 1 1 . 4. Q Page 639 f'II'lHIlE 111 p Im Im. LIIIUD . www 'gg 9 5' rf!! WW Y YYYY 'sq '0 "1 'v' N" N' v' v' v' v' v' vs' v' xv v' Y" Y Sundstr nd ADDING AND FIGURING MACHINE With Direct Subtraction +G: If ' K f I ' I ' I 30 '73 Gb, 002 I.-G' . lf iq ""if::w.:f?" 97" '- 4z1,b9- fl X lx' I A I .ffm M :.'s,,f,14Q'MlU I ' If .Ik 6 SUNDSTRAND Divisiom GENERAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CORPORATION EXECUTIVE OFFICES 342 MADISON AVE., NEW YORK WORKS-ROCKFORD, ILL. The New HOTEL IU. S. GRANT MATTOON, ILLINOIS European Plan - Fireproof n .I 4' 'P I V -vu .uw....9 CRENOBLE l HQIFLS Il ' rmslwnnu PA wrt just the place for Fraternal Functions . . . Assembly Rooms and Private Dining Rooms . . . Moderate Priced Coffee Shoppe Call Mattoon, Illinois, 2700 S. W. Stearns, Manager One block east of intersection of Routes 25 and 16 BELLEVILLE SAVINGS BANK Belleville's Oldest and Largest Bank THIRD OLDEST BANK IN ILLINOIS Organizccl in 1859 '23 TOTAL RESOURCES Oven 354,500,000.00 Commercial, Savings, Trust, Investment, 'Travel and Safe Deposit Departments. BIG PAVILION Saugatuck, Michigan The largest and most magnificent on the Great Lakes. 5000 vari- colored electric lights, every hue of the rainbow. WMV? Bill Donahue's Orchestra of Champaign, Ill. Has IBeen Engaged for the Season. CVJVFVJ Open june 24th, to Labor Day ,.4CA4,ai,aiA4,.q4f,sPA72..7g,Q72..7,x7h. Page 640 ,wx,xwxA f , 9 lllLlLllUP X . X V ' i il l"'1U5l"9'5"U' WN! WW . x 5 21gl'eeSff 66 merzkafs' qhlue " NANIMOUS! Never has such an enthusiastic reception been given to a radio! At the first sight of the new Steinites, at the first notes from its wonderful dynamic speaker, the experienced radio buyer recog- n nizes a masterpiece of radio design i . Q ' and engineering. And when the price .fl A Quai, gndel 405Eqnipp1gd w:h Siirge , :I Y : ffl, - er, ' ls leiirned, everybody agrees that ll. inglicgglgriolldlllrdlnz. Tafull-sized, Steinite has made good its famous j hi-boy cabinet with 8 ,ich hand. slogan-"America'sGreatestValue." 'rife' -J '--if rubbed finish. 8 tubes, including See and hear the new Steinite today E' I 7 two171'sinpush-vullS13Siey -we know you too, will join the , ' ,,,:, in I and " 'ecmle' tube U es chorus of approval. Steinite Radio MWMS0 C0-,506 5-WHbaShAVe-,Chi0ag0,IU- NVulnutcabinet. Slid- Read These Details! llfg gggrs' Zrtggzz' l--Latest Power Tubes . . W0 Pow . .' . Sfgimfg Radio- gleclgrlo -Dynngrigg 2-Push-Pun Amplifier . . pea C n . Q -.E 'D - S k Phonograph Combznatzon Im fm 3 'em' y""""" Pia eff ' ' Model 45-Same as 4-227 Tubes for Clarity, one Model 102-9 tubes, including two 250 power Model 50, but using and Distance 2if,TJf.Ii.lf.'2'2f.li,li.1'I""f'cipfnkf 325052115 '71""?,'3i,1.f,g,' M 5-New LOW PM gig A4AQa4A4AQa4az,JA PQQQQQA xxbazahhh Page 641 9 wr is-al ua 11. , .Up lm. Lllfllh 'gi Q 5' argl' , YYYY YYYYY YYY Fizsf in Chico D The story of MiclQelberry's Old Farm Sausage is well known to the people of Chicago and vicinity. We enjoy a very wonderful success in the manufacturing and marketing of Mickelberry's Sausage and because of this, believe we are making as fine a pork sau' sage as can be made. Mickelberry's Sausage is made only from selected cuts of the finest of cornffed hogs --carefully blended, delightfully flavored with a secret Southern seasoning-which has been in the Mickelber1'y family for over two hundred years-packed for mar' keting under the most careful supervision of men trained in the manufacturing of highfgrade food products. Mickelberry's Sausage is served on the dining ears of all our leading railroads- in the dining rooms of our best hotels and most exclusive clubs, also the foremost of our restaurants. 2 S Mickclberry's Sausage can be served in many delight' ful ways--either for break' fast, lunch or dinner. R f Try some today and you will see just how good Sausage can be. Also manufacturers of Mickelberry's Old Farm Sliced Bacon in cartons Pickled Pig Feet in jars Southern Baked Hams Special Tea Room Frankfurters , ?ys F 'IEQ, 7 51873 801 W. 49th Place Yards 1700 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Charles C. Davis I and Company Cotton Fabrics-Yarns-Cordage 208 West Washington St. CHICAGO, ILL. Selling Agents for SOUTHERN COTTON MILLS Distributing LEADING BRANDS of COTTON TWINES CORDAGE Cable Laid Bell and Trolley Cord Polished ' Clothes Lines Sail and Baling Cotton Ropc SCHIP, Smiling. Trot Flat and Tubular Braids SCWUTHI sash cord WYHPPIUZ Shade Cord YARNS COTTON FABRICS Carpet Warp Duck DU?tf2f Shceting Knitting Drills MOP Osnaburg Rug . Twills Weaving Denim ENGINEERING e:0MPANv Excavatin Machiner 0:0 1:44 IIUSII STREET CHICAG0, ll.I.lNOIS Axeaxeaakxtzbbabah v,,y,Q,Q2, TTT?i , V9 '1rsl-AME p lm. Lll'Ul t ii 1l1gI5p1U fyyfywfyyyy 5 TISC .TEEL A Q , ix r K h 1 , 1 I I I I I 9 I r I ? 5 Tlsco g Detachable 5 Chain 5 N x ' Manganese Steel has become a general speci- fication that covers a wide range of material. 5' Tiseo Manganese Steel is a product of proven quality that has estab- lished the standard for comparative value. You will find the better machines equipped with it. I Ask the machine builder. N 4 D b a lor- harton 5 . , Iron 81 Steel Co. i District Ilffice: 208 So. LaSalle St., Clliealgo N ' -AMk-.--,,-s.e. .e to K eeee em ? to ,W e,e. on -me I :gg A .-X - . .... X - - sX I 1 143 V9 'll"lHllE1l p ml. Lllil as 1- X 'gmu of 'TAQQP MO0RE'S T Academic Caps and Gowns STORIES Rggws Tailored in Accoifdance with the Intercollegiate Code FOR FACULTY GRADUATE SCHOOL AND SENIQRS One Block from University of Illinois School of Medicine IE School of Dentistry A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient For Rent Through Place to Live PITSENBARGER Es? FLYNN N ,md WEST SIDE THE MAN SHOP-BRESEES PROFESSEOBIZIAS. scHooLs DEPARTMENT Green Street-On the Campus ' ' ' A' of CHICAGO Wood and Congress Streets CHICAGO A PA Page 644 YYYYY S if ii 4 if X ? A gg a ATLAS RAIL GRINDER X A A ff 5 a 5 : A A a A ' GGDIAMOND BRAND" GRINDING WHEELS V 5 Q VITRIFIED ix BAKELITE Railway Track Work Co. A 208 Soulh La Salle Street ' Q Chicago, Illinois AAK4A.f4 AA AKGAAQAAAVAAJXA h AbQXhXAhAX Payr 6 -q -v 11 '1 0 0 'I "I 'I 'I 'I 'I ", 'H"E 1"9'3"U' " WW Y . ..:::' I ll. uni 5 H '.: ' QA New Ideal i Clothes joy mil! E want to present a new reason for buying clothes. Simply--for -fi-ff'-554 - - " the pleasure of it. Did you ever buy a new suit when you didn't need it but just because you wanted one? If so you've experienced what few people have-the joy of buying and wearing good clothes for pleasure alone. one time for the added enjoyment of changing often? We buy cars, radios and go to shows for the pleasure involved- why not enjoy picking out and wearing new stylish apparel? Start now to enjoy clothes--"Make Clothes Your Hobby"! Purchase your next suit with this in mind. You'1l be surprised at the difference! AUFMAN' DECATUR 2 CHAMPAIGN STORES - DANVILLE gs lgu 91 9 9 9 9 5 9 A 3 9 - 1 9 1 I N' jif 5 7 9 . 3 I f V 5 5: II. I : .551 Has 5 E. , 7:3':: ' a I Q . st :" L gr I' fl, CC 39 ' :::' l, . ' ii' K . ,, . 9 1 ' - 9 , Q, H-'H 1- t 9 ull.. . ' ..-X E. 1"" 1 " , .---:'::A ,,, 5 2 'l'i2ff2'ai f f "lik j ' ljiii 4 .i K isa: :Ea f li? 9 jgssxx E.: A- sas: 5 lilggiisas assi 5 i:::::EE::E E 2:21 I Il-im .- " "" 9 :5::::::E:: I! ill 9 zifsaaafss " 9 i , , f N 5 Did you ever buy two pairs of shoes at 1 I-...:,g ::. ---- 1 :::::: P llsaaaiaiii J H5523 5 lj:::5y::. - EEEEEEE ' iiii:-jean .s szssaza " E555-,ij ' lstsssf, - gm.: 4 ' 4':::.:: V aj' ilsilf? taafaa l HIL im' ijllnzesg Sffff fn' illiiliie -1 K ' jj, IJ 'O V ' 0 I P I ,Af,47"fP2,.7y,L 1.1- a 1, l:.lp. l1 1.. 1,. 1.. 1,. 1,. A X .Vxxxxxsxxxx x AM A """' . Page 646 U' '1r ll-al IE1 195,433 lm. LIIUQ , I , 3 X, ,Xl y X 5 w nav .AT ' v Y 4 gk ESTABLISHED isis n o-Fifi' ff , h L,m':3SgKQ,. rm is, P y f .. xx Q39 l,l2 fax , fig ! J. A Q, J-Q. - r i . af ,gf 5' , ,c Loran 1 N G ,Z ' til t A A f' To T T "fn Jiiaqtgt -f i Qentlrmntza gurntalpng Quia, Q Q. L at A 535' ' I ' J XTfKRPN?Y3fiff lnblsou AVENUE con. ronTY-FOURTH STREET ,, y ,D N In -a.2- - usw vom: f ' 2 : I my . Q V 'JJ' yi A N If iff' Clothes for Vacauon I A it it if f L" T it, 5 1 and ii I-ivan 4 '7 ' "4 I Wi' f' 'I' '- ISF? ii f if ,V ' V I -Q P- S S , 'I 4" Ulm fs , in-lit Ummel' DOW ft is--I aa: , A W YI Send for New Illustrated Catalogue We N I s t r ' EXE!-' iff' , v"1v1I.'!'f:L.:.H'f1"' fw""' .mI7MI6l'IVh1fiinr?fAVW1-2453 N D noon momma NEWBURY CORNER or BERKELEY STREET NEWPORT PALM BEACH H. I. GELVIN, President FRED G. HARRISON, '25, VicefP1es and Treas. HAROLD M. OSBORN, '22, Vice-Pres. IVAN W- DAVIS, '25, Secretary "Graduation .Apparel of Distinction" CAP and GO W N COMPANY ACADEMIC APPAREL 611 East Green CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Offices maintained in the following cities: CHICAGO f MADISON f COLUMBUS f ATLANTA .X AX -QS nk -sk .sX AX .AX .sX .QX Ai .sX .sX X .A If- In Il. li. I. Page 647 YY YYYY YY De Luxe Train Service Fast, frequent electric trains between Illinois points and St. Louis. The road of "no dust, no smoke, no dirt, no eindersn has for years been the favorite route of Illinois University students and alumni. Parlor-buffet and sleepingfcar to thc door of the receiver. Collection and delivery service within customary zone limits in any city on I. T. S. lines. Standard rates, standard service, E S i A r It xg lil ivy, 5: I -I - G -- N, X y A N G Sigh " L5 ffiaf-ifWfWWW E . r, .QQ V llsiilllei' flfn:i 'wry far emi s li li., V+-'-'-Jlfze ,X X Freight To All Points A Carload and lessfcarload freight promptly dispatched to and from any point in the United States. joint rates and interchange with all railways. This railway gives personal attention to the handling of large or small shipments. Traihc service between St. Louis, C- O- D' SMP' ,J 5 representatives at all principal l Springfield, Peoria. ments. 5 shipping points, Ilinoi' erminal Sy tem I i R9 lla L ' ' "' Growing With Illinois Serving Illinois Power and Light Corporation Many Illinois serves Champaign-Urbana and more Communities than 750 other communities with de- with light, pendable utility service- EgIZl'eE'r2Ii2 Throughout its territory this company po,-tation, is supplying utility services conducive Q to the development of new industrial and civic enterprises. li ' P H min ' h O Corporation KAAAAAQK 546 A was b,QfQs,2pfQ7Os Page 648 W ex I e 5 4 a 5 3 3 e e e 9 a s s 9 , as Y 4Ei'll' IHI IE 1legg3,4UD ll IL A? X ff 1 ff H RT O The Headquarters fir SOLID MAN GAN ESE STEEL CROSSIN GS More than 985 GOOD Crossings . . Less than 20f,, of the last 1100 Solid Manganese Crossings shipped by us have had to be replaced due to cracks, faulty metal or other reasons. This is a record of which to be proud and an excel' lent reason why your orders should be sent to us. The same good, tough TISCO Manganese Steel and the results of our many years' experience in designing proper structures are employed in all our Steam and 4 4 4 4 S S S 4 Q 5 S 4 5 Q 4 4 4 u I I Street Railway Special Trackfwork. Write to our District Offices for information about our latest Scientifically Designed Type-THE Peer of All-crossings. '23 WM. WHARToN JR. C-as co., Inc. EASTON, PEN N A. Distrzct Sales Ofce 208 So La Salle Street CHICAGO . n ' 4 ? ? - A P ll I SW --S --,- N - MA 1 1 1.. I.. ZTZQ Page 649 N26 1 vfxfvxw U if . u- 1r1HllE1pgp5,4Up IIIL X V' I. Zi DEX 541 f Q X .gu -5, 9 DF BUCK! AND DE DID 5. Abbott. A. J. ....... s2.12S.390.s17 Allen, I-1. B. .... .... , 331,421,579 Anderson R. H .... ......... 1 3, h r , . I 578, 589, 598 Allen, IC. W ..... ........... 5 3 Anderson, Rose. . . .. ........ Bash' 540331 "fig Abbott. 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M. ...... ..... . 372 Allen, Miriam .... . ...... 51: Anderson William ,.........., Jw: Baer Hess' 'Hf6Q'3gx Abulson- 5 "'------- -r----- 4 93 Allan, Pauline.. .. ..... 528 AHGUFSOH W- E ---- ---- 3 47. 430. S68 Baer' C E' ' ' I N -'- 5 ? Abercrombie, Gertrude ....... S2 524 Allen R F H .. 395 Andcrsnn W,, Jr ..... ....... K 'sz B11-r' ch 'Um M3 Abnfv, J- A ----- -"---r-r..--- . 169 Allen: W. iHI..'..I H1455 Andrvson. W. A. .... .... . s64.4bk Bgxerv H aff' me 544 Ab'1'hU"'S0n- C- M- ---- ------- - 163 Allison, C. M .... .... 4 Sig Andrvws, A. I .----. -.-..-.- 4 24 soo Baer' Blfxrgzfrl-i' WM- 431 Alzrnhamson, .Ruth .. .. 3951 566 57.1 Allison, R, G ,,., ,,,, 4 gg Andrews, Clyde H ......,...... 463 Baer' Rebecca M "" ' 'Hug AlJI'1lll1U,'LllCIlC.. ............ . 5.3! Allison' R. H .,,,, ,'., 4 97 Andrews, D. H .......... 53, 173, 199 Baer' 'Sylvia I I ' U ' ' H ' K N ' Abranmvxlz. M .......... 52.470, 600 Alloy J J U 491 242 246 422 H ' ' " ""' ""' 5 20 brunovitz M w .... 1 ' ' "" " "" . U .- ' W- W- H -------- 499 A X, . ..... 349 403 AIlwg1I,I,,L, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 5, Andrusa, Ldmund ......,..., ,, 494 B-lcthke Marth. . - Qgrfnng, fhk ........ ...... 4 93 Almquisty C, 0, G., ,,,, 499 Andrews, H. I ,...... , ....... ,. S72 Bgghlmmi All wa M Abizilllii .i. c1:1:" 3:1 233 QIIZLYS56-iii' 37 ""Zif f?25t2?1a,.'Yg:,QQ4fy sz,z:fug,1:::::: 252 Iifggg"'Qgf,,P'4fn 57" ---551,53 Sw ffff1"'f' ---- ----- r--- 4 2 1 Alpha Azplm .fuplm .... ...fsbs Anslinxffv C- J-,- ------- -- ,167 pgilfy 5 hw' ' " 2' 562 RZ1iii1!fnj'n1'H'.1ZZi 225 fI5Z5"' "?f4"bGa"""""' --H596 i?25.'2?l"w' A' yg P2Ei'fY"H1H-ff 111l1J.S"2?9 Ackcr. June, . .. ,..'f.'iQ.Q'gm fu fu C4,'!Rl""fKf1 ---- --.- 5 09 Applvwv' ,, 4 'PE-fy. H. W.. . , . ,. ..........z94 Ackerman, G. M ...... ...5o, 52, 174 :MHZ CM Sigxlglj I j ji :xiii Al,l,k.,mw, Eleanor .-.. H'-317' 'gg 22.1 Eorcc- .... .... 4 18. 232 Ackurmun H V 354' m'13'1 mpg!! 93,1511 pgi' ' ' ' H "MASS ' I H H ' ' ' H 592 Bailey: MMV.-I I U 'H ii " - ---'------'----- - ,f -z ' ....... .... - ---.- , ' ' " Ackerman, J. ...... AASI, 32. 340 Alglyg Di-U3 SitA,,,m, l - . l.-. Qlgwlvton, 1:1 .... ....... 2 jug' ' ' H 'H 'I 207' - '- 9' 5 0' 03 Alpha Dvlla Tlxcla .... ..... I V 03353 1- 'I ---'-' --f-- 5 4. 471 B ' 'A ' U ' ' ' ' ' ' " """ ' " Ackerman, Rnbcrl. ..... ........ 4 29 41 1 F -I M- 5 5 A,-bulhnm Birdie 'I aln' ' D. "-"--"-"-- r---- 4 lf' Ackerman, W. IC ......., 317. 415. 415 ' lplm 'pqfm ru """' """' 5 20 Arch C F H I Hmxsgg' Band' G' "M--162' '63' '74 314 356 ACkm?'f" H- H ----- ----r---- I - -U5 A P la l?ps"0n gli' '1 ""4"""" 451 Archzr U3 ' 4 .- - 405 xz::af"a:M M W:f.,f'fIfff1." .,'.if'1ffft'f'ff' ..... ..... .... 1 Z3 T32 G- :zz 22-2 Adam' Virginm "" " "5 Alpha Gamma Della ............ 518 Argu-dm, I-,ugcnm .... . . ..427 566 Baird, H. H .... ..... ' ,. Q86 SQE Adamg, Charles: .H . "':.'s X118 fUP'w Gf1"""a FIM "" -f-- 4 25 QI-WB f ll' ' I H ' "" Sol Baird' J- R '--- ------ - -- 440 Ad , Fd-I "' ' Alpha Kappa Iuzppa ..... .... 4 95 fm nh cf' we Yn 1--- 492 Baird, J. W.. ., ... ... 492 lfjlggabi. I' '-1'-W7 543 211555111 kwlggll iagnbrlu .... .... 4 5g A-2:::1g3!'gn:?0'i?aEf1'h '-" Baird, L. W ................., 497 Adams' E. nb LH Im a a Il ...... .... 5 7 Ammu-Ong' C J' '--'- -- -8 Bxxgrd, R. D ........ H347 ,195 467 Adi ,' mth - pu: Lambda Drlta .... 397 - ' ' ' - -----r ---- - S4 S 4 Ba!rd, R. E .. 55,316, 39- jj 60 M3131 HM' ---- iii 22? 255113 3:3240 TW' - -- .... fi? 2223 .---. .2 -ff? Adumf, H. QI, ................ 479 'K ":'- "" "" 5 Armstrong, J. H ...... zo, zx 393 1493 yer' A "" """"' ' " 44? Adqms I N Alpha Omxrran 1: .... .... 5 I4 . .4 Baker L M ug Adg,,,,g' T' RH- "'-"- M-QQ? Alpha Phi ........ .... 5 15 Qiglgigggfz- 'glow -'-- -1'--' - sg S256 xmerf PIIII II' 485 Ad: EI ..... ' Alpha 'W Chi ------ --r- 4 so 1 ' H1 -' ----- . --S4 44 S 9 Baker, F. C ....... .... ...... I MJIIIZ. L. A. ........... 5:5414 225 -"U"'UQfH"'1' Nw -r--- ---- 5 97 Q532i!,'1EZiahY,22fT?'?.'x" ' " 522 2? mf- G- A ------r--------.-r 333 Imalab-wh ...- 52.-179. 557 :QI 3:1232 Qrnf-?glz1ntR.CN ...... inf: 364: Baker' H' C "" 55' 370' 45" 455 ggi Qgznns: Ilgiaudc. Qixanqngga .... .... Q 13? Amgzd. DIL' 469 Eater' 15515, .'...Al..'.'...' ' 'HI 23' U '.'..l 'M6' . r r .... ' - " " - aer, n1un.... .. Ad531!,R.A .... .... if fi? . .?'?'? 222 .4,,,,,, M., 580 i1i28lS'i1i::::::" 43' Baker- Lucy - -- ST? Adams, R. H.. ................ 412 Alsphfll, S. .... ..... 4 93 Arnold' Lucile. I I I U """"" 39 Baker, M. Ii, .. ,.,,, ,, 395 Adams, Robert ........ . ...... 450 MSW' Iffne ---- 53 533 Arnold' Ouon ' "" 'b 'g Baker, Marian .... .,.. 525 536 Adclhglm' hflillon ..,-,.',.-'.-, 557 Alston, Ben i. .. ..... . 492 Arnold' R. 269 41 Baker, Martha ..... ...... . 508 Adclhelm. N. li. .... .... ...... 5 5 7 Alston' W- 'L--' --"-- 493 Arquin: 5, ' ' go? Baker. Maurine -.... ss 341 sos sm Adelheymv yy. En' 318' 463' 577' 589 Allube, Jeanette .. ..... 605 607 Arrington yy' RU. "" 6 Baker, R. H ......,...... . . . .. 418 fy?-5mi.:n,L1s1i1n0n ...... .....a.w.-m mer, hi, ' "--' jgg Arsdalv j. v... ' 229 Easier, R. R ....... 495 .1 c p ic itcmry Sorirty ,,,,,,, 560 PWM - --------- ---- I 4,,iHg,S, """ ""' 8 a er, Mrs. V. L ......... ..... q 73 Ages' A, H .'..,.'.. -.-".4..' 69 Althausen, Darrell .... ..., 4 24 A,,ilk,,y 330 Baker, W. F .................. fuls fxdl'-'E S-z -----'-- ------- . 317-43K Altman: J' S "-'--'-4 -"" ' 497 Ashbrook, Aileen .............. gig Baker' W' H' """"" "'-" 4 I7 .nimgngmamm .... ........... . I7 Allfmsur. Dorothy ....... .. - 544 Aqhby J W ,65 363 O8 Baker, W. J .... ss. 316 .wo 40-3 454 .4dJ1xg1x.ilrqli1m oyircrs of the MVISH HWJ-C ----f-- -v - 367 424 Agherv' HBH-y:'." ""' .'l'. . I U gm 556. 557. 573 'Q5 S39 rztvfirstly ...,.. ........ . U35 war , . ..... . ...... 4:7 Asher' R' MNH. .54 S i 596 60, 604 Adrcv.-L. A. ............. .... 4 Q3 Amber, Rhea ...... .. ..... 531 Ashley W C IIIII H 22 Billdmll. B. N ...... 55, 403 450 565 .-lrfvrrlxqlrzg .. ir. .. . ,,,, 651 Ambergqn, H. R ....... ...... 4 95 Ashmofw' kugh , , . ,1'ff5','i95 gig BHMIQK, L. G: ........... ..... 499 Rlznxthzvtsc lgflllililg. .. .... 297 Qnmbfoitxp, gb. M ........ .. . ,571 Ashton' Madeline. . ' ' ' . V l I H H6 QHHSFIQRC, G. G ............., . .gg rcmow, . . ,- ,,.... .......... 5 or meq 1, .1 ,.... ,.: :'!94,492, 570 Asp J E H "" 'H 1, ri gc, J. W IIII IIIII n H 556 Ag flumfc ,,.., , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, m 6 Amcmran Sorwty of Cwll . ' ' """' """""' ' '4 13, ld 'd R ' .'l,L'fllfIlll1lflY Counril, Tlu' ........ Efxgincrrs .. ............. v ..... 56: l. l. . . 1 fl Re. . W .... . . AllrernS, C. L .,.. .............. . ,52 A Vgllllzdll Soclrty of Mrrlmnlral 6 ,Hhcnian Lilpmfy Sncicw 564 Balduf' W. V IIII H 46,4 A lcnfeld, Edward ..... . I ...,.., 490 5"Kl"fCf-Y -r-------1--------- 5 3 fum,-,ir C,,,,,,fi1 t ' """' 8 Baldwin C J ' I ' I i ' q -92 Ahrens, E. M ..... ......... , 368,467 Ames' G- P --r-----. - -- 414.459 '4 hlvfl I "" " I9 Bald " 6'h Agkcn, Mnry ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 H, 5,2 Ames, o, DTI.: ........ .. ,..4,a4 Afkiffiit' "" ,jjjmjj 122 Baldxm, Elizabeth F ..... ff. mFsagg:g,CliHg,byMl:,3,, H393, Ammc-rson, XX llham .,.... 53, gang, Atkinson' G' E IIII IIIIII t '54 497 gaggwin, R1 ........ .... . 423 '.. . , V ........ ., ... awm, . Xf:k'z2'U'f0'l!V'C """""""" 384 2n1f:mry'HVlrg'?m "' """' 506 Atkinson, Nancy ....... ?t??'. Baldwin. H. E.. .. .. .. mf.,1z.n,'w:'A',1111:131':1g1g:f:5Z 550312, wfii 223 f,1:q:1g1L,Eg'f'E"" 222 1'i3?3'?422'ia0nf""""""4fg 322 erun.A.F. .... ...... . ncrscn, imma ..... ...,.. . 545 ,' "" ""' A ' ' "" Riggs, laimerli ..,......... 369, Qngfrsvn. M- -. -.-. 313-478 H3123 Sfgnggg' " "" '65 jig Baldwin, w. R ..... 'f?q'.V8Q'.f?f ertz, -osicp ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, 4 5 0 n ersen, rene .... ....53. 527 A d -ith L, ""' ' Balickas, Bernice ............ .. h Albvftson, lzu!n ......,.....,... 511 And'-'FSPDV J--- ---- ---- 5 39 Aggrlf' lfla,-,mrcl IIII " Balin, Meyer ....... igg F' la' ""'-'---'- '--- 2 'Tiligtl -'-' Quggin, lx?I0r4?f1y ,,,,, ,,,,,,,I , fa2gwinBeES21 .,... .55, 588 . "" ' ""- --"--""'- - - - ' '-'--' -- :ln, .... .......... , S Q:c1at:m.rcMI. 'CT' ........... 57l, 605 Andcr5on, Bertha .....,......,. 544 Aslan' Mildred IIII IIII 5 4' 538 Ban' C. C IIII IIIIIIIIIII 5 6 coru, N .nrgoqu ............ H563 Anderann, C ............ 53, 436 577 Avidun' S- M IIII ' Ban' F. D IIIIIIIIIIII ul 536 593 Alcorn, Marjorie ...... .......... 5 1 Anderson, Carl. . 53, 370, 498 583 Ayer B. En -I H Ball' R. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I-H 571 QI3'3?3a,Oc.I3v'.111i211.iiiiiififii CZ""""""""52"2?Z 232 QW5' S' 95335 '54 3251533 HV56'3"7'368'40-X 456 426 Aldrich, M. B... ,..5:, 156, 177, 54246 Anderson, Chcstcr. .336. 349, 395: 4411 Vivigihz " 4? Ballard: J.. .'.' 6 . y ss 5 4 I 395, 422. S9 , S97 Andermn, C. R ,........... 499. 598 Banweg Eleanor 37, 527 Aldrxch, M. AC. .....,. I .......... 4zo Anderson, D. W ............... 495 ' ' 'U ' ' H U ' ' Jllfflhlffllll Lllprflfy Sowvly .... . .562 Anderson, IC. R ............ . . 483 g2:1?twgS:" Ame "" ""' QQ Q:""f"'f1'c" g"'QQ, "-'- '-'---- 5 1- SH Anderson. lhuzvnia .-.-. 347 395- sn B Bandino, F ...... 566 Algfggdgi' I -M -""'-- 53' S20 gngvrwn, IRI ...-.... 450 4971601 Bancn, D. M .... . gm ' -' '-'- ' --41 nfrwn, . .... ...... . 118.493 Banker, .156 -klkb "'-"--------- 461 Anderson. H. W---- -5.1. 496 lmbbiu, H, E .......... H391 473 Banngr, C. L.:.. 369 Alegmndcr, Phbcbe ........ ...... 4 5.2 Andcrfon, Jfuncf. .... . .. ..... 340 582, 586, 594 601 BZIIIIIISFCT, Lcshc .... ..,...... 4 27 Almnder' Phyllis- ' 'iz' Q66 'iiiigo mfilffigg' 370' no gz"f,c0df' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '456 ga""QV'tQ' Y """"' 56' 339' 535 " I' -' , .. .... ......... , 39 ncoc', . . ............. 22,, , , ,, ,,,, Qi?-'UUE-i Rf!Pl1L ---- ---.-. . 39.1. 566 Anderson. M .---- -- 257 316..1os.404.4gg I3::iafuf'rances..fIr... ,,6.:?g Alkfgffn 'fr"j"" " ' "" "" 5 3' 539 And0l'S0l1. M. C. ..... .... 4 79 Babcock, R. T .................. .uo Bantz, 0. R ...... ..... 3 68, Q87 Anon JA- C- - "--- S f------ - -391 Anderson, Margaret ..... .. .53. 536 Babcock, S.. M .... .55, 391, 584, S95 Barash, B. B ...... ...56,1go3, 447 Wen, C. F. ...... ....... 4 5 ,573 Anderson, Mgmry. ..... ...... 5 08 Babel, Louise ......... 309 513, 555 Barber, Dorothy ..... 549 'Ml ' C' ' A ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " "'- ---577 Anderson, Mildred .... ... ... .53 Babka, Dorothy .............. .55 Barber, W. Y. . .. .. .56, 4:0 A cn' " ' """""' -"' 4 09- 593 Anderson, R- ------- 573, 597 Bach, Chilflmll' -- -------- S44 Barclay, G. L. . .. 407 pix A A -.x .A .A .xx Ax Ax Ax A .A .xx Q - 0. 0. 0. A. 0. 0. 1,. 11.11. 1.. 1,. 1,. 0. 1,. 1.. 1,. 1,. 1 1 Page 652 ,?AvA,r Q U V 'l lH t 1 V' .QL .0 'gg r IIE 15 95,101 1111. 1. 'D '41 X gs-Q hiv 1 I -A' ' 1 2 1 9 9 INDEX or Booxs AND PERSONS-contmucd F B. L W ..... B cker, Betty .. .. ..... 551 Berry, H. A ..... .... .... 5 9 500 Blomquist. Evelyn. ..... 371, 523, 600 5 Blxflij' Barbara. .... Bgcker, Dolores .... .. .528 566 Berry, J., R ..... ............ 4 33 Bloodworth. H. I ...... 566 V Bard, R ............ ...254 Becker, H. G .... ...... 4 99 Bfffy. ll. R ..--.-.. 59. 319. 423. 604 Bloom, C. R ....... 501 5 Bardonski, V. J ....... ...... 5 6 Becker, H. H ...... ........ 4 9,3 Berscheid, F .................. .59 Bloom, J. L. ....... .... 4 39 l Barenfanger. L. E ...... ..... 4 I4 Becker, Margaret. ....... 58, 295 536 Bert, N. J ..................... 417 Bloom. Margaretn.. . 525 3 Baristow, Margaretta .... ..... 5 48 Becker, R. F .............. 369 433 Bertelsrnan, G. A.. .164, 228, 229. 409 Bloomer, H. H. .. .... .. 393. 455 p Barjenbruch, J. F ..... ..... 4 45 Becker, Stanley. .... ...... 4 98 Bertett1. John ...... .......... , 39,3 Bloomfield, Bernice . . . . ..... . . 535 , Bark, 0 ......,.,,,, , . .56 500 Becker, T. A ..... ..... 4 38 Berthold. yM1ldred .............. 518 Bloo111lielcl,.Evelyn ..... ....... 5 35 9 garllidoll. O. R .... ..... . 56 gecter, IRI .... ..... -43g 3531036 VIE B -'---- gloughlitlaltzabeth ..61, 548, 549, 599 ,C ,,.,,,, ,,,6 6, . . .... .... 5 .49 .,- ----.---- .. . um, ..... ...... . 5 3 Bgrklm-an Eleanor.. 5 206 Bggkgrman, B. ..... ..... 4 BI Best- F- M- - -1 -'-' '---'-'- 5 9- 406 Blun1lJerg. A. E ........ 367, 372, 1:5 ' Barlow, R, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 598 Becket, H. W ....... ...... , 318 BUG. -401111 l'-W, ------.-.-.---- 577 Blumenfeld, C. H ..... .... I . .. 453 b Barlow, T. A. ................. .56 Beckstrom, M. R .... ...467 606 BNI! Gllmmll Sigma- ---- ---- . 190 Blumenkamp, Elber .... 462 ' Barnard, Lucille ..... 56, 281, 326 522 Bedard, Beatrice.. .. --.-- 571 BUG KUPW ---------- ---' 4 74 Blumellkflmll. RU'-h ---- 309 S15 ' Barnard. N. H.. ....... 391, S72 608 Bedard, Jeanne ..... 571 Beta Nu. Kappa ..... .. 598 Blumenthal, Earl ....... 367, 372 493 Q l1,,m,., 5- H l ' 5,6 ,N Bedard R E 571 Bela Pln Alpha ....... .... 5 27 Blunk. R. E ...... .... 450 , l3a,.,wtQ A """' 41,5 Bedcmfan 'E 1 .... 470 Beta l'.1i ...... . ........ .... 4 69 Board of Trustees, The. .... ,io Q Barnett: Esther .. 571 Bedinger 'I' L. . ...... 369 B010 Si!-"W 0"'.if""'- ---- ---- 5 36 Bflafdlnan. 11102 -'----- - --- SSI , Barnett, M. M ....... .... 3 I5 447 Bednarcllukl T. L ............. . 58 30311 Sigma PJ' ------- ---- 4 73 BUIYCUCR- Lffflll- '----- 536 9 111.111-11, Mary N ....... .56 Beedle, Ruth ........... gs. 568 573 Bm T 0111. "'- ------ ---- 4 I3 livblenz. R ........ 49. , Barnhart. Elizabeth .... - ...s6 53:1 Beekman, Pauline .. .... 539 Bf"""'1' C"C"f --'- ------ S 39 Bodach. L. L ....... ....6l,449 9 rlarnovitz. S .... .... . ...57 332 Begg, Marian ...... ...... 5 II gettly. l'.u1?..gr ----- .... 1 65, 430 gogenschitltii D. E... 426 I .D.A ....... Bh,Kt n ..... ...294 510 euner. . .... ...... , 320 OIDC, 'ey .... . 9 li3:?,nB. A. .... .. 723 Bgh:cns,aC?f ...... ...... 4 QI geutter,AlihH.E .. -..59. 485 ggg111r111. -414 Q23 Barr, H ln. ........ ....... . S7 B h 5, NI. A ...... ...473 601 cvarl' I U' ' "" ""' 4 2 man- - ----.. .61 5 Harrettff. L ................. 477 W ........ . 412 Bevffldilf- H- R -'-- -.-. 3 94 Bvdwell. G. L. ...458, 505 7 Barrett, Charlotte H. . . 164, 558 519 Behrensmeyer, C. F .... .. ... 406 Beverly. Mllfiffd "" - ---- 543 BOCKPFHHUSC. Jud1th............ 515 2 B:1rrett,E.D ................. 401 1191.1 A 11 ,,,,,,,,, .. 169 370 Bev1er.Adel111dv ...- .......- 6 9.566 Bvvkvnhoff. kathryn ........ 372 qzs I 3a,.,.c.u' E' G .l....' .....l.-. 4 45 Heinfmff. H lhlll , 479 IIievier,IIsz1ll24el ............... 634 gogardui, Katharine ........... 565 ' ,,..,,, , '- ,, ,'.' ....... ........ 0 ,5, ofzart,5 t .... .. ' 5 ffillfflj lfi.,flQ:...lT ....... 55.77 132 lISlZ95z1ff'1f'.31.g. .... T223 1133 11. A po, ....9....., .1.,.,1, ...Z Bogeaus, A703 ....,. ,.??'f 23:2 1 Barrik, Beulah ................ .57 Bclinoff, David.. .. 561 Blbow. N. In ....... ....... 4 83, 608 Boggs. F. H ........ .... . .. 336 Q Barry G. W.. .258 259 479 572 608 Bell H. J ......... ....... 4 99 BIIJOW. R- P3 -.-.-.----.-.---.- S91 BOFI9- B11-C0111 ----- ----61. 419 , Barry: 11. 0 ....... ' .... ' .... ' .... 4 66 Bell: 11. B. .... .... . 58 492 giglael. Rv-19115 - -- ..-- 411 gggig-nHWQ1,. ------- 46l r 11 ,R.N ................. , Bll, M .... .... , 8,, S9 1 Inner. ., .... 475 .' - "11m-1--- ' B331-91.1. s. If-27 11211, Rf? ,,,, 599 Bid..-111, Louise .... .... . 69 B91Sf11. Tum ....-.. 25,6 Z Barter, F. J ......... ..... 4 31 Bell, S. F ....... .. .58 496 Bifdefmiln- J- ---'- ---60- 500 Bom' H' P- ---' - 479 Barthel. Annabel ...... ...57 544 Bell, Virginia ,.,, ,,,,. 5 45 B11-derman, W. H... ...60, 448 Boldt, R. W... ,,, 492 9 gnrtnnlf, Maryii .C ...... 551 Bgllnwg, R, rg ,,,, ,,,,,,, , 53 glfdglll, H. .... .60 B3lf:St,hA1y1y,- .... ......... . .. 511 art oomew, 1. ........ 417 B I , , R ,..,,. ,. 556 586 101' eman. - ----- 444 , - - HFJOTIU .......... ..340 526 3 Bartholomew, Harland ..... . 430 Bglgltawi E. E .... ....... 4 I1 lligeelow. -:Ida .--.-- ---..- 5 Sl. 575 Bolmll- H- A- - -61. 156, 1715, 198, 241 Bartholomew, R. Y ........ 219 413 Belsley, F. K .... .... . .. 417 130 ow, I .... . .......... 49 , , 329.41 . 559 581 5 Bartlett. Mary ....... . 397 Belson. H ..... ...... . .. 484 Bgglgr. R. S --.-. -...- 5 24.-173. 589 EUIOIU1- 0- G ---- - --------- 451 f Bartlum, Joseph. .... ...... , 367 454 Belton, Sara .... .... 5 8 525 566 BUOIQ. .I -.------- - - ----..--. 256 0l0tIn,x M. T .... ........... 5 OI 9 gmt... 1-1211191 .... ....... 3 96 sos Belton, w. R ...... ........ 4 O4 Emma. ai IE .---- - ----... M4 jg: 38:31. ...469 552 aron, . .... ..... , 1,, 2 2 ' ,,.,,,,, I . - ----- -----.- . . ,- - 9 1 .... ..... f 2 zz. zz. 5:12:11 511521.21 ............. zz: ........... ..... ..... . .ff .T 11. B 1911, H, J ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,, .3 B b ,M - ...... H '63 ingaman, . .. .............. 452 onn.e. . IS ........... , 6 5 BZIIOD. .lane ------ ---.- 2 35 Bggbgx. I'.aIj?Il ........ 240 Blniham- H- Y-- -- --.--.. ..... 4 30 Bontyes, J, H ......... . .... 238 296 I Barton, Margaret.. .. 515 Benbgw, R, G ,,,,,,,.. 334' Us 450 Bln erl. Cz, E ------.-- 367. 372. 459 Boodell. 1- 1 ....... 61, 349, 412, 434 9 Barton, W, E ..,.......... .,,. 4 Q7 440 560 'sgg bo, Bmkhoff, Ncholas ............. 490 Bookman. Howard .... ......... 5 85 I Bartow. Virginia. .......... 396 Bgncdict' lg, R ,,.-..,, ' .... ' 369 375 lliinng, CR Lj ....... ........ 4 68 gookwqgtcm, John .............. 4,38 ' Bary, H. J ......... ...... . .. 493 13 d' 1,w l,,- ,,,,,,,,,,, ', l0l1 9. . -.---- -- 570 905.1 6 ynn B.... , Q' 111-sf. Charlvllv ..... 57. 186 194 524 135135. 11. WBT.. .... .5 166 1252 Bird- M- 'Y ---- .......... 4 46 Bo-nh. 11. 11 ....... ...f2I.27Z x Basrball ..................... 239 Bgncngohni 5, J ,,,,,,,,, ', ,, 591 Bird, S. J ....... . ........ 60,577 Booth, V. li ...... 482 7 Baseball, Varsity .......... 240 241 Bengson, H. A ............ 488 Bifief. Gllfiflln ------ 60. 541. 545. 566 Bwth. W- B- .--- ...409, 558 Baxgbafl KWH A. AJ .... . 291 Benjamin, H. A ........... 332 490 Ignltonif .............. 426 gg8:,y.hlhdH .... 450 B..J I ------- .. B' '. .H .... 8,,6,, , 1re.nna ae. ......... ....0 . 1re.... x liggkervilllt-Ii 15.1 .......... Bgzlgmlg, Ikiilton .... 22? B1rkh0l'f.N1ch0l11S .---. 605 Bvrah. A. C ..... .. 455 Q Basketball .........,.,....... 217 Benner' Anna M, ,,,,,,,,,, 540 Birks. R .... ...... 480 gorgher, W ........ 387 , Basketball. Vl1fJifJ'.2lS, 219, 220 221 Bennethum, Beryl ......... ,314 513 Birtwell. Au WY- ---- 515 01' fn. enevieve. .... ..... . . '.61 Iixxkclball KW. A. AJ ......... 290 B tt, A. W ...... ... . ., 586 Bisbee, F ..... . . .. 491 Bordner, C. L ...... . .. ....6 Baskin, L ................ 437 Bgggggt, Charles I-Iodizgjjg 396 Bischoff, F. H. .... 455 Bordwcll. Charlotte .... .... gig Q Baskind, Jessie ............ 535 Bennett, D. A ............. .... 4 90 Blshop, G. R .... 257 Buren.. R. C ........ .... . .. 497 ' Easier. B. 'I ..... ....57 583, 586 Bennett, D. C ............. 387 Bissell, Erma. .... ..... 5 I4 B0rl5Inl0r. Jane., -.-. ...371 518 Q Bass. N. XX ..... ..... . .. 49,1 Bennett, D. G ..... 355. 403,477 599 Bisshopp, lx. In .... .... , 194 608 B0l'mHnn. Agnes .... ..... . 61 ' Hass. Paul -------- 498 Bennett, I. C ................. 407 Hitler. A- M ---- .---.. 4 63 B0f9vSky. M. P... SOI Hassett, Eva ........ . .57.,395 Bennett, J, G ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 477 591 Bitzer, J. ...6o 463 llorra. Ned ...... 3191 Basett, Margaret .... 523 l3ennc11,1x1a1-garet ..318, 528 599 602 Blxler, D. M .... .60 BOFSI. W. ..... ...443 556 Q 935550. Ankflil ----'-- 544 Bennett, Mary ............ 524 571 Bixler, Hazel .... -- 509 Borlh. Daniel ----- ..... 3 90 - Batchelder. G. W .... ....... 4 28 Bentley, Madelyn- - -59- 307 S23 599 Bjork. Robert ..... ...... 4 65 Bofuff- C- S-9 ---..- 424 5 Bates, D. E ....... ......... 4 I7 Benton, Eva .............. 605 607 gferg, IX. Q16 .... .. ..... 462 .... 511 1 ' ..... .... , . ............ . . .--. , . , 5 ,l'. . fsgifif ..... .... 2 7 ig? 553,512 nigga ...... 33? gift. E-1.61 .... ...... T I? fig: liggmyfg-1.5 ................. 'fgf ates, 'irginia .... ......... 5 0 er aum, a ace ..... 423 ac . 1 ..... ........... , 3 7 ' . .. ................ . 494 Batt .h ll. B. B .... .57 579 Berbiers, L. D ....... 441 Black, . R ...... ...426, 556 586 11011. Uvfnlvv---61. 37l.372. 5.. 6 Bautfrlzqlf. I-I ....... 413 Berchtold. J. A. .... 412 Black. R. G ....... ......... 6 08 BOUOYUICYL I-,A ............. 42? x Bauer, Kathleen ..... ..... 5 50 Berdahl, C. A ...... ..... 3 67 Black, W. Z., Jr ............... 420 B0UChvr. I'. P. .............. 420, 591 9 Bauer, S. 'I' ......... ... 369 424 Berdolt, Kathryn .... ...54o 566 Blackard, B. ...... ...372, 461 600 BOUCOH. B. L.. .. .. .. . .492 gauege, T. IIE ........... .567 252 gerenf Igviamv. . .I ..... ...... 4 37 5l8Cll:?r.dG.rCx ------------- 363 ROUKE. get? .... . . . .571 ',.' ....... 130 523 - , " gl ,,,,,,,,,, , ac or,L. ............. 047 oug. . ...... li:1lI'l:e1TKBl. ....... ..... 442 BSE: tg, E, ,ffl ,,,,,,, 59 Blackman, E. O .... 60, 199, 4,38 556 Bourlandu L. T. ............... Baumann, M1ldred.... .57 545 Berg, C, P ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, 456 565 586 BOUFIIC. Ia. G .......... . . . .369 599 3UmK3l'nl'l'. - ----- 199 01' , . .....- ....... 4 7 3 I 1 -- T- -----'----- 0 434 5' 9 1 all illn L. 6 S s...1C 1 1111111111 6 . X aum er, . . ...... ..... 4 JI ierg, enry ....... . ..... 481 3100. . ------- 43 0WC'n. . ' ......... 8 P Bawolak, W. M ..... 486 Berg, Herbert ....... ..... 4 04 456 Blair, F. G ...... . .20 BUWUD. F. R ....... ..., 6 1, 437 X Baxter, E. S ...... 315 409 Bergan, Geraldine .............. 545 Blair. J. C ...... ..... 4 3 609 Bowen, Mary .... .... . .. .61 P Bayles. Helen... ..... .58 Bergan, R. W .............. . .. 492 Blair. Mabel.. .. .... 317 544 Bowen. R. H .... 256 439 5 Iiayles, J. C .... . .58 595 gergeson, ........ 222 406 583 glaira .... .... , 368 461 g0wen,IVi1i:1inia ........ 272 394 519 . Bayley, W. S... 413 ergeson, . . .... .......... 2 I2 ais e , ' .... ...... 5 67 ower, sa el .... 521 B , M .. 5 Bergin, W. J ........ . ....... 492 Blake, G. S ....... ...6o 98 Bower, L. K ...... . ....6 , ' B BZZSITIR Del? .... Bergquist, Howard... .. 433 Blake, Lois ........ 513 Bower, Mary ............. 2. N Igeaiiles, Jessie. .... ..... 3 96 Igergstrom, E ............... 391 glnllieslee, .... .. 367 gowfs, 'Ii:l:e9idore ....... 433 s ea, J. W ...... 432 559 ergstrom, . ............. 59 199 a es ee, '. .... .. 452 owes. y e. ........ .62 491 ' Beale, Ha'el .... ............ 5 36 Bergstrom, S. H.59, 53o,363, 572 608 Blakeslee, W. J .... .. 471 Bowling, Neva ...... 6 ,, , , 6 Q Beall, Beairice ........ 294. 52,3 568 Berkman, W. S ............. 310 470 Blanck, E. E ................. 494 Bowman. Hazel ....... 532 k Bean. i'llli:'iam. .... 161, 16,3 505 lgerkowitzls Elaine ............. S31 31:23, 3.36. . .5 .......... 438 ggwman, IX-gertha. ...... .62 281 52g ea , een .......... . ....... , erman, .. ......... 17 . -- ... .3 5. 403.437 5 5 W Un- 1 3110710 -------- - . 8 Beaman, J. H ..... 359, 408 586 587 Berman, H ........... . Q92 Blaszczenski, Helen ............ 544 Bown, F. R. ........ 236 5 gear. .....---------- -460 603 gerrrlargo, alaggeline ..... 272 glaifczlfgnsgl, Stephania.. ...... 0543. Iliowlgorblllij J ..... 519 - ear, . .... ............ . .441 eraro, . ....... Ol a, . ................... 4 oy, . ...... 5 Beard, C. E. .................. 410 Bernbaum, Ernest... 419 Blatt, G. N. ...... .... 1 62 428 lloyd, Letitia ............. . .2-Z2 P Beard., J. H ....... 427, 450, 465 495 Bernbrock, J., Jr .............. .59 Blatt, M. ..... ...... 4 97 Boyd. Maurine .... 163. 355 505 526 5 geattig. M. ......... 287 gerngroclkujil W. A ............ 502 glatt, Mallsjoxe .... 538 goyd. RF W .............. 369 . eauc amp. . . ...... 327 44 Ol ern t, .se e ............ 414 52 ayney, . , ,.,, ,. ,1 9 - ,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,5 6 5 Beaver. J. F. . , ..... ......... 5 79 Berner, F. J .... 59, 334, 395, 480, 496 Blech, S. R ..... ... 276 Begg: HIRBHS. .. ... , Beck, A.. F ....... ..... .... 5 9 3 l 560, 603 605 Bliss. A.'S ...... ...... 4 93 Boyer, Irene ..... 317 508 5 Heck. C. D.... ..-. 58 413 559 Bvr11S.l.D .................-. 450 Block. I-. L ....... ....... 4 98 Boyer, R. V........ .62 9 Beck, Esther .... ......... 5 28 Bernstetn, Lena .... ........ 5 9 544 Blodgett, J. W .... .... , 369 49,3 Boyle, Kenneth .... .... 6 2 ,172 487 5 Heck. H. V .... .-.. 5 8 391 392 Bernstein, S ..... .... 4 76. 484. 582 Blodgett, 0. E ..... ...... 4 77 Boysen, C. A .... .... . .. .62 5 Beck, R. J ..... .......... 4 34 Beroth, C. E. .... .......... 4 32 Blomquist, A. T .... .. .. 396 Boysen, W. P... .... ,307 414 597 P 5 II :fi .x .mx AX 48 -xt .QX .mx -18 .sX -sX 4xX ,QX .sK .sX .A .A .gX .sX .xX .AAXA- lf. l:. la. h. 0. ll. Il.. la. ll. ln- ln. In- 11. li.. If. I. lp- Ip. I. Page 65.1 0 09 'ir ll-ll IE If 101 II 4- gm wg.. Y ol "' 9 P 9 . INDEX or Booxs AND PERSONS-contmucd 9 ' B' k , . F ...... 62,458 557, 566 Brown, A ....., 592 Burch, Roger .... ......,.. , C1 ' H, ,, , me en J 569, 595 Brown, Alice ..... .. . 527 Burdick, Donald . ..,.. .... CL:2::,nDit1i1d,-35 ' ' '493' Q gragbluryg, E ........ 406, 598, 602 grown, . .. .... 334 gurdiclg, S..199, 208, 252, 338, 426 Campimn A H ' " ' '479 , . 1 .... .... rown, eatrice... ....... , 2 ure'c, u'.' . ............. , - ' ' ' 9 Bhaldgn, H. F... ..... .... 5 32 Brown, C. A . . .. ..... 450, 565 Burfzind, ...... .... 4 15. Campbell' C' A ""' """-'606 Bradley, J. N... . ..... 62 Brown, D. li... .... 64,350,410 Burg, C. E ..... .. . 606 Campbcllr C- B --------- - f -393. 452 9 Bradshaw, M. l'.. . .... 308, 418 Brown, D. M .... ..... 6 4, 370, 602 Burg, Dorothy .... . ..275, 514 Campbell. C. W .......,...... ..408 ' Brady, A. H, ...... ... .... 459 Brown, Donald ................ 448 Burger, Anita .... 549, 565 Campbell, F. G ..... 66, 477, 579, 580 4 liflldy. HHEYIUI ---- ----- ---- 5 3 I Brown, IC. W. . .. . .64 265, 442 550 Burger. 5. J ....,.. ... .... 453 Campbell, Frances . . . . .. . . . . .. .506 I Brady, Maj ..... ........ .... , 5 78 Brown, lrllizabetli .,.... ....... 3 97 BUVKCSUI1. C. NVQ ..... ...... 4 12 Campbell, Helen ............., 517 7 Brady, S. G ........ ..4l7 586. 591 Brown, Eloise ................. 520 llllfl-NSS. l'l'0f. l'-. W-- -.-'--- 329 Campbell, J. D .... 164, 326, 358, 417 I Brahana. H. R .... ...... 3 94, 468 Brown, F. R ..... ........ , 559 BUIW-'SS. EUHCHU ---'------- 429 601 Campbell, J. O ..... Z. .160, 173, 410 ' Brain, T. H ...... . 403, 452 Brown, F. S ..... .. .... 393 455 BUFKCSS. M- A ----- 164. 229 326 358 Campbell, Lois ,.......... .....S24 p Bratnard, A. F ...... ..... 5 83, 591, Brown, G. ls ..... .... . ...... 4 89 429 558 Campbell, Louise .... .. .66, 571 5 granclljl. ---. 6 ....-.--.- 6 ...gag grown. la, ---. .---ago. 461 5,79 P .--- 393.491 566 595 gampgen, gauline ....533 l'HllC.- ---2.391.594 oo. 0 rown, . --.- 4.39154 Y,-1 -4---- -f---------. - 20 . , 8 Y lgranill, Clathergme .......... .62, 50g grown, 28: ..... ..... 4 27 584 N- --------'-'-,-'-- 462 galhlgeggio, D. J .... ...66, 22 . - r, 'eorge .... . .... 59 rown, . ... . ..... 4 479 '0. - -----.- ---.------.-- . U9 ampus Leaders .... . . . .16 9 Thelma ,. . ...505 Brown H. NI .... .... 4 II 558 Bufklmfl. G. H ------ 223 229 408 C S ' V' 9 4 Brandt, L. H ......,... ..... 73 Brown, H. iv ..... ..... 4 16 BUTES. DHD? .7 .-----'--------- 414 Cgbnnlglf Tixgffs. U . .. f Bffllldlr 1790011 ---'--f ----- S 09 Brown, Henrietta .... . . . . .64 542 Eurlfr Mlworie """ - rsr6 607 CHHDCY. C. E.. .....66, 443 5 Branson, lheodore ..... ......... 4 70 Brown, J. L, ...... ..... 4 55 BU'l?0n. C -H1 .--.- 43.3.16 421 604 Canneld, C, R ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 60 I Brantley, R. H ...... .......... 1 92 Brown, L. 'I ....... 406 Ufndlll. - - .. JF- -65.319 330 363 Cann, F. S ..... .... 2 42, 247, 248 5 Brash, Edna. I ...... 62 550, 568, 604 Brown, Lawrence. . .. ....... 583 Burner J B 422- 537 602 204 Cannon, Lois ,.............. ..567 I Bratrudc, A. l ........ ... ..-.495 Brown, Louise ..... .. ....... 545 I - ---' --"'-'--'-- ' -- 07 Canter. Mrs. H. V .... . . . . . . . .. 573 Bratton, Alene .... .. ... .... 507 Brown, N. V .... . ............ 497 lurneur S-'. "'--"" "-- 425 Canterbury L. .......... ... 440 9 Bratzler, L. J ..... ...320, 362, 425 Brown, P. H ..... .... 4 21, 557, 603 Bl"m'Yr Lapmln -l- R- ' 1373 536 591 Cantrell Celeste 161 281.599 Braucher, H. H.. .. ..... .... 5 93 Brown, R. ........ ........... 6 06 gurnganl- ,floyd - -1 ---f--- - 405 Capel, L ...... l . . .,.4I2, 496 Brauer, Norma .... . . ........ 543 Brown, R. L.. .. ............. 594 Bulnflfgr ' law l"'1nC'-'DH ----'- 519 Capouc , Raymond ...... .. . . .,.419 Braun, C. C. . . .. 199 586, 587 Brown, R. M ....... 64, ,569 444 609 umf' - ""'---"----- - ---565 Carbonell, N, C ,,,.,,,, 257 427 572 Braun, C. E .... ..... .... 4 9 3 Brown, R. O ,........ ..... 6 4 483 gurnfr I? ---"'-'------- '--' 4 97 Carey, G. .. .... ...... Y .... ' .496 graun, W ..... ........ 4 71 Brown, B' .... ............ 4 32 Cflfuflffl '- ----- 340. Sig Carey, W, S ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 4 9 3 7 g523?5....f',i4I: at 1 1 1 . 3 1 3 3 2232 Elglllllf lil: Il 111 2523 gm. 9...3..... ,. . 3331: 3233 . Q 5 3 .' .'.'.4r.,'..,g,' 233 raysaw, Len ..... ...314.509 rown, ...42 ,' ' ' "" aroc, ae 9 israyron, Betty .... . .... , 11 , v. L ..... ..... s , Bufnfr 19"ht""'f -"- --'-- S 43- S96 C 1 5 Bfflzll Nuff ------- --'- . 344. Brglrhl, Velma.. . . ..... 64 mjhgfg, V' """"" '- '604 Cgrlgfdg: Rf1EerthT.xl:?r?l' . A I ' 1 lgreakston? Jw R .... ... .... 451 grown, B ..... ..... 4 35 Bum? ,Iilfrcd "" " 'iii EMISOD. E. L ...--... - .-.-439 1 rearton, . ..... .. 369,410 rown, . E. ..... 4 2 ,' ' ""' - arson, E. , 9 lgachcl ......... 605, 607 grows, ....... ..... I 5 H 'M """' ESFISQJH. ..... ...... 2 ig 1 .. .u. .......... . .... 452 ow, 5 a .... 5 ...... .... , , -. rsran, ye.., 9 Breen, G. H.: .. . ...390 577, 598 Browne, Rathryn lu. ........ 514 607 Clie-A1566 - -- ..... 448 Carlstrom, C. H. . .. . 412, :xi 5 Breese, Eulalia. .. .... 62, 395, 599 Browne, L. NV, .................. 64 Burroughs' Kenneth -"- ---- ti-S45 Carmiln' A. p '.4'.-. H H391 1i...3g'--' as 125312111 3a:::.:.- - zz: Bank --543'-11315-'-353 8312121221 12- 9 -- 451 , . ...... .... , . ............. --- , , , Bremner. W. C... .... 62 557, 602 Browning, F. E ............. .. ,567 Carnahan, D. H. . .405, 427, 605, 207 greg: G.BHit ..... ..... . .63 grownirgg, Elulth ..... .... , 527 507 Burrows' Kathryn. l I ' . . lm 281. bog garolus,TR. L. .............. 66, 580 T9 im. Cy ---- -3.515 rowno , .' ...... . .... 37372 ' ' ar-ow, ,MH ,....'- glrglirngtg, Eorigthy .... ..... ltaarcella ..... gursikiyolfa H . H gxgsgter, C .... ..... Z Brennan, Mary... I. ' '. I. S0-9 Brubaker, W. H .. .432 Basin aylfi " " 'HMB Carpio, 'lgabriel H' l HSN' Brennan, Olivia .... ... .6,5, 507 Bruckman, Betty ... ...... 545 B ' gvz " """"' 467 Carr, H. H .... .... A Brennan, Patricia ...... .... .... 6 0 0 Bruedigan, Maryin .... . . .318 429 BxZfg,':'E. S '.'..' -'l' I "" Carr, L. M ...... . . ........ Brennan, T. G .......... 63, 418, 565 Brugmani, L. W. .... .... , 587 423 Busch' Catherinv ."..' 545 'wg Carr, R. J.. . . .160, 174, 199, 226, 228 Brenner, Florence ......... .... 5 35 Bruhn, Izsther ...... 525 Busch' Jane '..,. ' -O 134, 444 li3rentlin1ifr,EJohn .... ... .462 gruhnkrciq, R. i' .... 432 Busch' W, D., , , , ,, " H 5651 Eaffei E- R '---------- 459. 477. 560 resee, ut. ........ ...325o7 ruin, . ....... . .. ...49 B-h' H' 5 .'.. "' arre,L. .. gressgfr, . .5 .......... ...:gn lgrulhbli. .... ......... 4 66 wgma H : Sarripiiintglhacy .. . ...... V601 HU . 252111112 .--- -.-. 5 71. 05 rum aug , . ...... .... ..... 4 7 1 Busey, Mrs. Mary . 'go 3l'l'0 , inore 506 Brevall, James F .... ..... .... 4 , 14 B , B, H ,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 55 459 B p. G .'...-.. "" ' Carroll, . L ...,.. ,, Brewer. F. T .-..... 63.411 566. 591 Lorena .... ...5371 518 Bgiffp, . ...... .. '.ff.fffff.5?g Carry. lg. C ...... .... 2 23 595. 605 Bruner, Ethel ....... 533 Bughee, ltim-gm-er, N H309 sm 563 Carson, Barbara .. . . 519 Brewer, W. A... ...... .... 4 as Bruner. Gladys .64 566 Busse, R. G. ...... ......... ' .409 Carson. C. M .... . ....429. 553 Brewster. Belly . .- - 294. 509 Brunkow, R. A .... .... 4 S2 606 Bugwcll, A, M ,,,,, H 7434, 60, Carson, Helen .. .. .. ...505 Brewster, Louise. .... . .... S13 Bruns, M. E ..... ........ 4 41 Buswell, Lt. A. W .... ....... . 586 Cal'50n. L. ..... .. .. ..... ...491 Bridge, H. E ....... . .63,458 Bruns, P. R ............ ..478 567 Buswen, C, J ,,,,,, vi.. 3 55.4,., Carson, Mar-y,,66,397, 507, 5,5, 60, griedth1E157t,bH.hWV. .. ....428 grunt, .... .. H3627 375 419 guise,-I IA .....' 458 Ears0n,gl9ss .. r1gg', IZB et . ......... .... 5 IO ryan, . ...1 0, 312,32 33 ,410 mer, , , ,,..... arson, oma .. griggg, 11601239 ..... .... 6 3 515, 609 gryanz, I5 ............... 590, 591 11361101-hliiiiur-ii , ,,,,, .... 6? garter, .. riggs, . ....... ..... .... 4 3 0 ryan , . ..... ........ . . 373 um-r Q , 1, K ,,,,, ...A 4 33 ar er, . .... . . .....42o Briggs, Margaret .... . ..371, 542 Bryant, R. W .... .. . 369 465 B ll , L ' , ,,,',,,,, , 7 I ' , H Carter, H. K. .. , N Brings. P. H ...... . .... 408 Hrydrzfs. Eileen . .. .. 309. 524 Bdt1252hs,0C.l.sG ..... ........ 2 gg Carter. H -- ---. 66. 337. ggi Brings. W. A ...... .... 5 66 Bryson, F. S ..... ....... 1 49.5 Butz, L. W ...... ..... . . .... 424 Carter. . V .... ....... . .455 gf!K2i1lT1I:IHf, H ------ ---- 4 E3 gucflk, Osczg ...... .. 49g guzzell, A ....... 65, 361, 362, 493 gilflilif. Vl0lil . --...--- .-.- . -532 fill . . ' -... .......... ..... . 3 uc nnan, . ............... 55 vente, orence ............. 568 art ey, E. D .. ......... 426 liflllllilfl. Mdriefy -------.- ---- 5 I5 Buchanan, R. S... .... 341 471 605 Bvonrd, Alice .... .... .,,,, ' C arver, R. .... ..... . .. H Brines, P. C ....... 337, 340, 393, 410 Buche, Frank .... ......... 6 08 Byerley, J. R ......... . . . . . . . . CZUVCF. W. S .... .... . Brink, Ida ................ .... 5 71 Bucher, li. C .... .. . 369 ,193 Byers, G. B ........... . .. ..... 579 Case, Dorothy .... ...274, 294, 295 grrnlier, R.BM. ....... .... 4 23 guct, lCi 1823. .H . .. ....... 439 gyers, Lk' M ................... 477 Ease, Marian ... ....... . . . .66 295 r1n man, erna ine. . . .... 542 uc , liza et ..... . 373 yman, 2. ........ 65, , , 3 ,W. C.. .... .. . .,. Brinkman, D. F ..... . .... 463, 519 Buck, 0. F ...... ...... 4 20 ssv Byrd, F. 1-. .... .. '29 57,182 0222? c, w ,.,, ,.,,,, 6 6,473,223 Brinkman, Evelyn .... . .... 544 Buck, H. M.. ...65 370 421 Byrne, J. .... ................ 4 80 Cash, H. A. . .... .... . .. . . . .417 gF!f1lCywP.rV ..--..- ---- 4 95 gust. gl- -L -- -.... . .65 Byrne, P. C ............... .65, 412 Caskey, M. W .... .. ..66, 391, 362 rrrrn. . 2 -.--.- . .--. 42 uvar I. . ..-. .. 4 3.579 Casmidy, C. J.. .... ........ . 491 Briones, Marina ..... .... 5 73, 607 Buckles, E. B .... . ...... 493 C , A. .. .... ...... . 66 L Bristow, II?orothZ1f .... . . ..... 528 guclliles, REni9xl5 ...... ..... 4 rg CZQSITCL. Hd .... .... ...... ' . rrstow, eonar .... ...... 3 94 uc man, . ............... 49 C d ,F ,Hg , , I Brittain, A. O. .... ..... . ...63 Buddenberg, Edmundo . 427 60I C C:::2l,yH. ..... 7. .212 grixain. Q W., .... . --415.471 gudigncriy. G ........ 326. rage. 553 C dd K I gassidykttii C.. ....... 67, 489,601 ri am, arjorle .... .... 5 15, 542 ug-C c, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 5, 57 3 y, ,. ,, , ,,,,,,. '... Y ast e, u rey . . .... . . . . Britton, Helen ...... ....... 6 3 Buehler, Margaret ...... 65, 327, 518 Cady, Gilbert YH... ..... .. Castle, C. S.. ..... ....... . . 3r1ttl9n,JWHI'.. ...... .... 4 46 guelrte, Iwxregce . .. .... . . . 341 gagal1:n,WO. SN .......... . 424, 597 gathczHt,WR0bert ...... . . . . . .446 roc, . ...... .... ..... 4 4 0 ucner, . .... ....... 4 25 al, . .... .... .... 6 , 66 tt, , .,,, ,, ,H6 Brockenbrough, 'I'. B... ..... 491 Buffa, Eugene ........ ... 567 Cahn, A. R .... ..... 1 99, 254,251 Cgttron, J. K.. .......... ......33g gro3kmelier,RF. N ..... ...393 guHcegciy,tGerald C.. . ... 465 Sa:abrcEe,FGihV.. ......... 493, 570 gatgimn, W. ....... .... . . . . . . .67 ro er1c', ........ ..... 4 93 u, eeer ...... . . .425 a we, .s er... .........., 573 au e,B. F .. .... ........67 Brodersen, Dorothy... ...63, 532 Bullock, D. M .... . . 199 Caldwell, Homer, Jr ..... .. ,,, C I , Th ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 Brodkorb, W. Pierce.. ........ 454 Bullock, Matt. .. . ... 204 Caldwell, Mary Jane. . . 164, 357, C3313 Carla! Oiicerr. . . . . . . . . Brondas, S. E ....... ...51, 63, 486 Bulpitt, L. F.. .. 207, 413 Caldwell, Peter F ....... ...... 4 34 Cavanaugh, Serg. A. O .. .. . . .387 gronson, J. U ...... ........... 6 3 Bumgarner, J. C. .... ....... 2 54 Caldwell, Ruth.37, 506, 516, 513, 575 Cave, J. A ...' ........ 228, 229, 417 B:g3ion,Sgg:ggaret .... ........ gumgarlwzi JTG ...... ..65. 440. 593 gahff, ...... .... ....... 4 9 1 gawaest,AIaZ1:'- .. . ........ 512, 555 3 5 ------ -- ----- . umgar, . .. ......... 49.5 a en, . .. .... ........... 3 91 ayor, . ........... . ......4r5 35331: -' r- s:1::f1a.S..H---Q..-... 222- as 5:11. 1- 9 -- 2 rgf , . ........... , , . .... , ,, , ,, ,. .......... 1 aze, . Brooks, L. C ..... .... 6 3, 446, 587 Bunney, G. .............. .65 Campbell, Louise ........ ..... 3 66 Cederblom, C. .. ...... ..319, 495 x groollzs, R ........ ........... 4 22 lgunninril NIV. F.65, 199, 226, 228, 230 gameron, ........ .... . .407 Celaya, R. .... .... .... 2 2 8, 229 S F00 S. organ -... .... 3 91,417, 5 4 unte, . ...... .... , 530.455, 586 ameron, ourse .. .... .... 6 C t , R, G ......,,,,,, .,,, , .6 ' Brooks, N. C .... ............... 4 08 Bunting, J. H .... .......... 3 67, 478 Cameron, W, ..... ......... 6,6 Cgllnifl, A. J.. ........ .... . .495 Q Brosnahan, John. ... .......... 435 Bunting, Mary Joan .... 275, 294, 295 Cameron, William N .... ..164, 433 Cerny, Margaret .. ..... . ....514 Broverman, H ....... ...... 4 53 309, 544, 563 Cameron, William T. ...66,156,173 Cer-ny, W, j ,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,,6-7, 486 Brower, D. R., Jr .... ...63, 427 Burbank, L. ............. ... 491 198, 390, 405, 581 Certik, C. .. .......... .......207 :fm .ax AX .sX .AX .xt .xX -xx -58 .sX .s x8 xX A li.. 11.11. h. lf, I1. l,, lp,,1,A 1,4 ,,- In ,,A ,A ,L ,,. ,A I I, Page 654 T?7v , 3 0 'lrl IIE ll Y My Q K?-f " ,,- INDEX or Booxs AND PERSONS-continued C , C. 15 .............. as 6 Cl k. T. A .... 36. 393. 409 450. 557 Cvllw 0lLibvrulAr1: Coud G. W ..,..... . Caimih H '....'...'....' 254 ar 586 604 ami Sciences ..I ...... ...... 2 2 Couglllan, Katherine ,......... Chadsey, C. 15.27,373 408 583 593 Clark, W. T. .I .....,........ 48 428 College alIMed1eme .... ....... 3 2 Cougill, K. R.: ............ 439 Cimdsey, M, 4,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 74 Clarke. tgxthfrine .... 532 gliigbcth 556 573 g0UrIn0y.IIl'.SlL --.--.. .a05.468. 557 ' ................ , . ....... 22 ous , . , , , S'i3llS2:..?.l...De.'1t::.'.' '::: 5 :ti '233 Qi-1555: i5iigli...i. ......... 333 ggigggg- -- '- -- gig G- 1' '--' 77557-313. 253 ar e, 1. .................. I.. .... ....... . ove, evn ............, , glilfllifZ'll'.5if'oli..'Cb'Z.. "111ll.2fS Clarke. M. J..-50.51.354 ws 415 Collins- E""'C0 -- .------- 599 Covirltton. R. If .... 335335 ciiiimoeiiin, Ruth ..... 545 CI I, II . Q21 Sglllgj- ----- 421.586 591 goweig. g?rogId . 437 Ch,,mbe,.s A R I I 2,6 no ason, 're erica ......... I .I, . ................. 499 Ox, ra gr I I 436 ' ' "' " Cl ,G.S .............. ...47o Collins,S. .. .,.. ..369 405 C ,CIBIIIII "" ' "uc Clgignof 1930, The ......... 162 163 Collopy, Glladys ........... .. 605 cgi, DI VVI, I Champioiiiltipk ."fffIf.fffIQ112o1 C1015 0! 10-lf' TW ---- '-"" ' 65 Colvln' Rum """"' 308'-556 509 Qox- E- R.-- -- - 471 Chm.,,yI LI F -". I67 199 257 417 Clan- of 1929, The .... ........ 5 0 Culvgrr. W- A ----- - -- -- -- 334 Cox, G. D ,... .... . . .. .70 Ch H ' ' 5 Classen R H ...... 411 C0lV'5- L' L-- ---- ---'- 6 9 579 Cox, G. J .. . 24 0 Ch::,W5 Cla5sen:Russell 436 S36 Colwvll. Gladys '---- 303 Cox. G. N.. . CIIIIIISIIII Clarses ........... ........ . 47 Colwell, ..... . .... . 426 Cox, J. D ................ 436 chance W. A ' .,... 464 Clam' C' A ""' " W 57' Combs' IL'-P" " ' N595 444 Cox' Judah '- ---70fS9SrSS0.S99 Chnnceflo,-I CI .....,..... 4,6 Clausen, Lester A ...... . ...... 463 gomlos, Olive -- .--.-- ----. . 69 Cox, Margaret .. ........ .7o, 527 Ch,,,,d1,.,I JI F ..'-,-,.,.,,..., 393 Clausscn, Charlotte ............ 525 Comings. Idward ........ .. 4g6 Cox, Mary ..... .... 5 05. 525. 609 Chandler, Lynette ........., 67 524 ClHWS0fl. J- F -------'---' ' CZEIIXLI-li 6IIIIIIIzl 'HI-' ----- - 9 COX. Qllve J -... . ..7o. 528. 609 Chandler M E 6 I 95 60 Claypool, A. A 68, 199, 252 253 S79 C " r 0 -'------ 319 COX. I. S ..... 331, 440, 579 Chang qi T' 7' 59 'S 65 Clayton, Eleanor ......--. 397 S44 Commons- C- H ----- -- -- 69 591 COX. R. .. .. .. .71 Chao .F .L ...... .......... . Claypool, R, L ........... ..... 4 IQ Commons, Gwen ...... .. .. 565 Cox, R. F ....... ..., , ,, 456 C,,,,,,j QI ,qjjjjII" " "ff 564 cienveiin, Ruth .. ...... 515 QMIOHSN?-D ----- -6' 269 Q0zad.1'. M., .. .. 426 gggrgg. w ...- - . 535 5:55, f3,',,Lgg5-- ,g',,,,, ggi 323 e....i..5'it. 11", ? 52? El2lZ'i?i.fii.1l: 7111. . ..1 ,gg Chr-i'foe'ii, r.'jj1ZZ'ZZZ I If Z'I .' 567 Clem. Mabel ..-- - -- - 68 Sggggjimfgfzj --'- - '--"9- ggg grngwgrff. Igomtriy .. so Ch HI I E IIIIIIIIII IIII C lemans Maria .. SIS 597 ' ' " " " PIII i . ........ ....71,391,58 Chizllllgglle. GMabel. .3o6, 338, 526 Clemens: E' C ""' ' ' '59 590 gtlillglltllnlsalllfi A 5 U H' gram' Florence "" 75' 525' 568' 605 Chapman, Alice .......... .. 531 gemrnt. J. AIII .... .. 437 gig CIIIIIIII L IIII-I-H 69 QII .... .. .. .. 486 Ejeh, "" """" 4 Q9 'l'heliii21'1 .,.. ff 5.7 397 Cfmdfon- D- -------- 49' Crainlf, Marion' C,,,,,,,,,,,,,' H I "jjjj,I jj Q01 cieiinen, ceeii ........... 435 Cfmlffffffe MW" ---- 20' Cram. R. E ..... 359 Charles llosellhllilllilenc ..... 396 Cleveland. R- G --"--- 165 370 455 Canvflglmonal Home "" 541 Cramer- Helen - -71 Charlloh D S Clev,I.nge,.I AI WII IIIIII. ,35 C0l1lil1n. B. 0 ----- 438 Cramer, Louise .. .. . ...340, 539 CIIIIIIIIOII, L. D .......... 423 Clevcngcr GI HI I I I I I I I II 589 Conklin,g. E.. ..... ... . 493 Cramer, Paul .... .. ... , . 394 chosen lviiiiam'IIff"' 561 Clevenfeff Geofge '- ""' 446 Conley' Fi "um 558 Crandall' Flomnce "" " 565 CIIIISIII .MIIIIIIIII II: 295 Cline, L. S. ....... 161, 163 Cgghey, lomnor .... .. .. ...... .. 450 ' 1 , 1 "" ' ' , u :--.-.---. 1 . , glpzgrxgf 555,-a5,lQ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 438 Cline, Margaret ........... . . 513 Conwy' uth "" ' ' - ' 556 CWU10. RlCllIil'd ...... .. . 4. .9. .523 cIi:etithiiFn, Elllotlll ' III 233 glingan G. W .,... 402 Sggllgr If -'-" ---' 1 '51 Crane. R. J. ...... 160.170, 199,107 . ....... ...... 2 ' ' "" ' 2 2, , gh:E52IIL':Il:II" gag Clgfggfk RIIII I II II 433 Conlon, P... ..... 69,435 Crane, W. P.. Cheney A . 6 CIOIIIISI JI FII IIII 3,6 436 Conn, Avis .... ..... 6 9, 341 Cranston, Crystal .. . . . 545 Cherry 'G'L H ' "'4 9 ig! Clouser, R. M ..... . .68, 583 Conn' Gladys '-4- -'--' 3 41 Crapp, S. G ..... ..... . . 586 Cherry: w'I 367 CIOWI CI II 363 IC:onnal:iGe1go .... 490 Crathorne. Ann .. .. .. . 510 Chesbro Jean 3 Clutter Carroll 454 'mmf 'fl' 1' " ""' 580 Crathome' A' R "-' 'J65 394 407 Chesler 5 M Cl' I H. 5553 Coate 'W R 'H' 5 409 Connell' 5 'h' ' U "' 55' 466 CmVen5r E" -- -- --5 424: 490 Chester: R0bert'Bll ..f.f 404 Coate5. Liieiiie' ..'552 C0""e'5' Juhet 505 cfm" V""f"if' -71.518 Chetham. Harry ..-132 556 Coatneyl Kenneth .. . .. 416 C0n'10'- QM ""-"' ' ' '- 485 Cmwfofdr J- N---H -..7r.4r2.586 Chi Bela .......... 5 420 Cobiskey Florence S49 Connor' athryn H U ' ' 5' 'H 553 Crawford' Qumlcn ' ' " ' ' " 423 Chi Fpdlon """' 8 Cable A' B 394 Connor. R. A..69. 175. 302. 505. 474 Crawford. T. R ..... 393 IeIi:iia5.lvgiiaiii1-1'ff ..... 1568.552 gomef kIAIIII.i'.f" Iff.,,,,, gggfjgf-DlfIIIald-IIIIII-II. II. xg grS::rIIerIIlgIIG.. .. ---71.359, 583 Cl1l7Te?es'Stuil55nl5 Club' 5 5 5 l 5 5 H I 425 Cgchifnoulr C' 5 'H Conrad' hlez " """ " "' 54' Cl'0CkD0hl. V. W. . H. I 3.52 Chi Omega H I H 'H gig Cockrell C H H 5 5.5432 Consi- Lows """"""" " 605 Cressr E' Ef- '- -- - --- 423 Chi PIII ........... 433 COCIIIIEII. P. F.. .. . 432 Considine, D. D. .. .69, 176 316 gp grassy, :fhillip II I II II 4,9 - - """"""' .' ' " """"' ' ' 347 492 04 rews, ,. ,, Sll.if?'e.'i5:'::. :::':3::1'23 Zi? E.i'3'l""i5""AH' W' S" " "43s'Zii C""""""vl' "" 495 57" CW' R"f'-'- - mr 353 Ch. T ' , 8 Coe 'Grace ""' ""' ' ' ' I Converse, . D .... .. 390, 462, 589 Crick, Claude .. .. ,. 471 ' 'W -'-'---"---'--'----- 4 3 - -' "'---- "-'-"' 3 4 Conway, C. C ....... .. . .69, 480 Crile, D. R ..... . ... . . . 495 Chladek, A. L ....,. 68, 443, 586, 606 Cofer, Leonora .. . 63. 538,559 Conwa I WI M ,,,,II,,, 69 4goI 560 Criner GI CI 322223 55-SA-' -- ---'-'----- :gg I5'eglf'I"II' 252 gonrelg. A.I62.314.356.446 581 Erippih,IGiligiiina'f1'...ff, f'f 535 Chow, 'B.5 F ..... .. ...: ll 564 Cohen: B. M .... . . .501 Cggk' Flo,-,.nQQ" " ""' A ' gig :Fog ""' "7" 57" 596 Ch ,c.w ......... ......., c ii ,. ..... ..... 5 s ' W'-' ----- '---- - ---7' chll'Zient.n,Aiden ............ 222 cghil, izniiillti .. ..5oi Sf,'2',j' ff ,lf,",'j,',',",.3',6g ,g'f"Q22 Eltflgll S'1ll2.l.'Zi'l'll'a " 575 Christensen, P. A ...... 417, 586,606 Cohen, M. R.. ... ..... .... 4 76 Cook' Martha' ' ' 70' 609 Croft If F ' "" 555' 555 gtristenson, Blanche .... ..... 5 18 goIl:en, glorma ........ ....... 5 go Cook' Phyllis . HAH Hu 5 543 Croft' S5 H 'UH "H ' ristian,W.A ..,,....... ...zoo 0011. . ...... .... 4 47,492.55 C kfR,A..,I." H "1 ffl C llll-15.55555 Sliisiizileiiwe' 233 Salsa' in -'---'za 251' 5- . . ,. 22? c53niwcfi.Grr 'r'.1r1 232 ei..i..i.....a., 1. e. ..., .... .. .5 e..i....z.....'i. S .... .01 CSS... WET? ii: .:1.t1:1i,'tZii52 353222: ll: ?.i:.::. . ' ,...-gg' Slllliililz li- 2.12 Sain' 'ii 225 S""'."'i'1tS""" "2 C"""'-.C"""e -t t 11 4 gIl:ristmlin,'Virginia ... .... 542 ColI:n: Bertha ... ...... -535 Cgg:-lik, A. EI l I l I 5 I l 5 I I ll 11.123 .5 I ...',7f 5 . ..5565.'i2S g8I.II.'E '.'.'f5'.Z:.ii 533355: :?igZl.eii' 1 .3??'.'?9'?' 323 552351 BHP: '21 ' 11."""232 o. . .......... ...... 5 71 o r,uveyn., ..... ll I I II,,, Chulock, Gertrude .... 339, 531, 567 Colby, A. S ..... ....... .... 4 0 9 C3053 Ha,-r 393 Cmnt' S ""' ' ""' 405 oir, y.... ...585 Cross,l.va... 54 Chulock, Gladys ......... .531 Colby, W. G.. . ..... 68.340, 580 Coopcn Max II II IIIIII 476 C,.05sI Hardy 82 gggmieti C. M.. Jr --.--. --406. 572 gglgfIvgIv.If-I-- --.- ----- 4 Z3 cooper, w. 1... ....,72, 566 cross, Mabel 'Iff5l,'35eQrfo., Chupgg ----- --'- 5 g4 CI C-A- -- -- "'--' '-3 4 Cope, W. J.. .. ....... 471 Cross-Country, Vamty,...,,,,,,235 C, . I ........ .. .... .4 1 oe, . ........ ........... 5 oo C0pe1andIyvIHJ IIIII II II III497 C,.ossm,mI LI P IIIIIIIII IIIIIII455 Cl1Ul'Chlll. Alice .... ..295. 505. 532 Cole. Edna ..... . .... .- r--- 515 Copenhaver elen .. .. ...... 536 C 1- - R S g2V3l0VSliIZ'. Ianni? ------------- 53g Sole, IS .... ....... . . 404. 406 Copilow, E.. H ........ ......... 7 0 C:g:vsmi5l56yd', , 5 A ' ' ' ' ' '423' gig' ,YUUWC . arizurel --.------- S3 02. - ---- .. ........ .- 595 Copley,J. M.. .. .. ..,...... 456 C ,,Rb ,ff " ' ' EILIIQIIS, IIT.IIIJ .............. .... 4 Eggs, IHa:I'IrIy ..... ..... . . ...ggi Egrdts,SV.MR.. .. .......... .42g 0S.eG5I.. .. 5 'f.1f.:2:g . . .................... , . .. ......... ....... C I I ,,,,,,,,,,,,, I Citron. Piiiiiip ............ ...437 Cole, Mable ........... 59, sis. sos c0ii,y D. 1 .,...,..,.,.....,... IS., Cf'.1Q,l,,ifL',Wg FG" " " 556 Clancy, Collette ........ ...68, 536 Cole, Pauline ....... ..... 6 9, 568 Cornelius, V. G.. .. .. ..37o, 448 Crull H., El. :"'H"""""g3i glare, Alice ................. 571 Cole, R. M ........ .. .... 419 Cornell, Owen ............. 573 Crunfligh, D, J ,',','165'I'I3f,jI IQg7I'4,3 CIg:IIda,IIlxg-mit ..... .. ...... jg.: Eggs. .. .. . . ..... .... 5 .gg gornIwellIIIlitlIna .. .. ..... 537, 571 grtIImp,Llilvabeth .... .. . . . .71, 511 . . .... ..... . . . ................ 0rsmeI I ,III II I I Clark- Aura ---------- -------- 3 13 C0l6m1ll1, A. L .... .. ......-. 369 Corso. C. .... , ...... ..... . . Cllllgne, Catherine .. .. ...71, 23:5 -- --------- 499' 500 SOICIHZU1. ..... .. ....... 365 Cortelyou, Pratt . ........... 70, 340 Culp, K. W ............ 71, 454, 589 CIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIIIIII .. .... ........ 3 gg CIoIIIe::It:Ii, d H. ..... ........ 1 16 gg3:I,0I,IohIrIi .. .. .. .. gunz, INIRMIIL .... . . .. 343, 531 .4 ......... , . .. .......... .. , . ..... ....... u ra, . , gigs' YY "'-- "--'- ' ' -6453 golemant g '-'-'- '---- ' '- 402 Cofllnft .T ----- ------------ 2 57 Culver, Jeanne .. .......,. . .5025 Ci... .i .H 45 '23, e.?.::.".f"'i iv -- -- 5' '- '...'::s. 6215170521: Ch" H -' -- '--2:5 3.4: Gola .'8',','.'5g.'i1ti,'5.6 g..II...If, Q. f5I11':11:1' 1115.367 Sai.. P. ,. 'ii :::1:.::.:1.::..,. e.......i...., S. F., ...9?'..'28Z Hr. . ,... ......,.. .... 4 O9 oar, .. .. .... ..... . ..415 osta,t. ..... .. .....57o Cu min.,V. E.. .. Clark.J0hn ..... .. .. ..-.-.. 595 College Hall -I ................. 490 Costa, M. J ................ ..57o CuTdy, lt F ..... .. .. Clark, Laura ............. ..548, 604 Cvllfke DI fillflfullufc .......-.--- 35 Cothern, J. R.. ......,... ..... 7 o Cunningham, C. R. . . ...72, 579 Clark. Marion ..... 68. 162. 295. 306 CUUCKU Ol C0"""9'C6- ---'-- ---- 2 3 Cotic. L. C ..... ...... . . .7o, 431 Cunningham, H. E .... .... 2 0,35 . 327, 510 College of Dentistry ............. 33 Colt, W. B ........ ........... 4 60 Cupery, M. E.. . . ..424 Clark. Mary ....... 341.524, 565.568 College of Educazion ............. 27 Cottrell, R. 0 ......... .. .... 469 Cupples, W. L.. . .. ..6o5 569, 570, 604 College of Engineering ........... 24 Couberly, G. . . . . ..... ........ 7 0 Curran, Doris . . ...... . . . .280 Clark R. H ..... .. . . .68. 505 College of Law .................. 26 Couch, M. C .......... 482, 486, 560 Currie, Gladys .. .. ..163, 516, 555 p 5 .X AX ,AX AX AX ,AX .CX ,AX .sX .sX 46 .sX .xX ,sX .A .SX .QX .xX .58 9136. lp. Ii. L.. Io. I I li. II I 55. h. la. II- ll- If E l Page 655 ,J v I 4gE 'll' IHI IE 1l1gj5,lUD iev x X I IN!! v44 - gi ka 3 'A' I 6 6 . , INDEX OF BooKs AND PERSONS-continued I B . 7 Currie, Jean .....,....... .SI6, 555 Davis, James ..... .. .494 Deutch, J. W .... .... 3 IO, ,168 Dorman, H. l' ,.,,,,,,,.,, 3 Currier, Paul Bernard ......,... 396 DNV1S. kim N ---. ---463 DCUICN. N, -.----. -- 372. 453 Dorn, E. F .... 75, 156, 171, 199, p Cu,-ry, A, J ..,,,,, , H ,,,,,, 467 Davis, . G .... ...367 Deutsch, Sidney .. . .... 561 242, 345, 323, 413, 58, , Curry, L, lg .,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, 4 67 Davis, L. .... .... 7 3 Devine, H .,............ ..... 7 4 Dornler, H. B ..... .... 4 27, 567, 609 2 Curtis, D. B .... .......... 4 80 598 Davis, L. 'l ..... ...421 Delilto, lhomas .......... .... 4 98 Doms, W. ................ 308, 463 . Curtis, Florence, May. ....... 72 346 Davis, Lester i. ..,. .. ..,567 Dey ry, William .... ....... .... 4 3 6 Dorsey, James ........... . . . . . .492 Q 347 517 Davis, Marjorie ........ 544 Dewey. C. M. ...... 74, 199, 260, 469 Dotson, C, W ...,.- llr, 4 .Mi no 41, , Curtis. J. R .........,..... 393 428 Davis, Il. .... .. .......... 474 560, 569, 603 Doud, O, E. . .164, 317, 326, 434: 558 V Curtis, Y. S .... .... 3 13. 419 553 UHVIS. R- A -----. .... 3 6,462,477 Dewey, Isabella ........... .... 5 44 D01-lghly D. A .............. 5. . .493 ' Curzon, G. J .... ......... 3 68 Davis, Rachel .... .......... 5 40 Dewey, M. A: ............ .... 3 69 Douglas, Alice ..,l,.l.'..'.' ,-.545 b Cusak, l'. E ....... ........ 4 92 Davison, Frances .. ........ 527 DeWolt', J. W ..... 319, 347, 349, 363 Douglas, Mary .',.l.- , ...... i 584 ' Cuthbertson, W. P... .... 368 413 Dawson, H. G ..... ...478 I 413, 572, 586 605, 608 Douglass, James ............ 2.422 5 Cutler, J. Y.. .... ........ 4 29 Dawson, Harold ... ...429 DiAn.11elo, B.'R ......... ... ..., 570 Douglass, Jane .. .. .......512 I Cutler, Rosalyn ... ...... 520 Dawson, Laurenge .... ...430 Dianls, A. lf. .......... 415, 431, 456 Douthit, R. L .... ........ . . . . .75 5 gun-ight, 2 .,,., .... 7 2 422 lgawson, l-ilaiiorle .... ii ...... ........ ..... 7 2 gow, F, N ..-..".,...' '.'.". 5 66 zerwin, -I. ...... ...... . 4 awson. X. ..... ... , , . ....... ...... .... 4 1 owney, J, C .,,,,,,,,,, , , , , , , ,' Y Czerwinski, S. S ..... ..... 5 73 591 Day. L. S ........ ...- 7 3 D!Ck. TC'N'lPl'-' ---- - -- 347. 434 Downey, Dorothy .......... 284 9 Day, Gertrude .... ,. 517 D1Ck0NS0n, B. S ....... . .... 478 Downing, R. H ..... ........... ' .369 , Day- H- -, ---'- -- 393 Dlcklmfnn' Harold "" "" 4 36 DOWNS. W. B .... ............ 96 9 D DRY- 9111116111 '--' '- 577 Dlcklnwn' B' F ""' ' '--- 372 DOWNS. Isabelle . ........... 458, 521 Day. 1. J .....- ---- 1 65 Dl1kz"S0"- B- H -1--- ---. 491 Iloxle. L. E .,.... ........... . .19 Q Day, 'lhomas ...... 490 Dickinson, C. F ....... 229, 419 Doyle, D ll... ..'.,.l. I H 4,5 I Dacana , llernabe .,.. 572 Day, W. Ii., ..... .... , 31, 500 Dickinson, Frank G. .... . .... 463 Dgyle, f, A .iiii iiqiiiiii ' 439 5 Darl'.r lyuy ........ 327 Beal, RSIFQOTIP .. .. .... 567 igictlnsonbwgllaln L ..... ..., 4 34 Drach, G. Ii .... ......... 5'459 D.1.ler,A.li ..... 424 ean, . ..... .. 440 ic son. . .... ....... .... 4 6 1 Drk,F. .... ' 5 Bigifgu. SFVR ..... ..... 5 25 ig-an. ,, ..-- -- -is Bigsigii-,,R,'i1l3 --------.- 6- .... 5-o gl-:iii c. F .... .,...... ' i6i.'-2? , . . .... .... 7 249 ean..,z. .... --37 , . - --------- 49591. 09 ,KT 'iil iiiiii i i' ' 5 ....... ......... 4 72 Bean, ...... . . . . .. igigrifmilloligthai .... ...... . .545 gbiimeatics . . . ........ ' 'n, aro ............... 44 ean, o er ...... . ..... .... . , ' 1 .Q . .... .... . 3 372 , C. A ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , 5 iggiitjyw ilatiricii A. .72, 433, 586 596 Dean, Samuel E ....... 160. iii. :iii EH L6 ---- -74: 406 T. W .... ......... I 11'-ZZ? 'qiizamet .............. S10 .. U ,. .Q .... 495 , ' I Dgllg' Illini, The. . .304, 305, 306 307 Dean, Virginia ............ ... 542 Dieterlch, In. F .... . .... 495 Dzgggi 'Sag iill Hi, " 9 308, 309, 310, 311 Dearborn, Luther.. . 160, 312 ,392 408 gifiifiljle. ..... .... 3 41 D,-dia S ' D' 'l,, V ................. 507 59 597 5 '! 10. - 1 ---- ..... 7 4 D ' ' ' """ """"" ' ' Q I5glbll'ck,clllaO. .....,.. .... 1 99 428 Dearborn, R. I' .... .. . 407 4I5 D1G1l10, Edith ... .. .... 14 Dxgssligizgillerzh """"' "' ' ' ' -577 f Dalbey, Wintress .. .... 294 523 De Atley, Jack ..... ..... . .. 454 Dilks S. H ....... ..... ..,, 4 5 9 Dreman C C """"' """ 3 '27 5 Daie' ivcsa liili UHSO7 543 De'Atl9y, L, C, ...,,,,.,,, , , , 320 Dill, C. D ...... .......... , 369, 463 Dremanh """"' "" ' ' ' '4 5 f Dales, Anna ..... ....... 5 18 Delierard, ii. W. ...... 414 566, 588 Dillamn. M ............ .... 4 31 Dremann: H'0mb,. """"' """ 4 59 5 Daley, Rodney .... ........- 4 35 DeBerard, Dorothy . ...... .73 510 Dilli1V011. li- -390. 415. 446. 463. 577 Drenckpohl V W' I ' ' ' ' ' '454 I Daly. Elmvnv- -------.-.-.-... 435 Debo. D- G -.-. 73.391 455 582. 594 D1ll11v011.W- 12 764. 316.353 446. 589 Dreschel, C'lar6nce"""' '4 LMS 1 Dalziel, Daniel F ....... 174, 307 596 Decker M. E ............. .73, 428 Dillenbach. L. C. . .. .... . . 414, 606 Di-ueke Marion """" ""' 4 93 ? Dameier, Almyra ........... 72 545 Decker, S. ......... 440. 567 D1llN1l1N. L. Rl .......... ....... , 393 D,-eve,-I' Max,,,.eH """"' "" 5 lg , Damon, Sylvia .......,. ....... 5 45 Begleriirqhlzlifubeth ....... 535 giH2::n-AnI,,I2- -- -- - 314- 458 Drew, C. .,,,,, HU' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' V Damroh.W.0 ................ .72 eoo, . ............. 4953 , - ----- -----.-.-- . 349 D ,E,I-I ,,,, ' K Dunn: Supenlision Committee. .. 325 Deem, A. G ............... 39.3 D1lN1'f. A- E- ---- ---. 7 4 415. 412 Dx: F, E ,,,, 75' 199' 173' 445' 583 9 Dancey, R. A. ............. 207 428 Deere, Mabel ...... 73 272 284, 285 D .... .......... 5 56 Drew Hazel """"' ll. l,A.C ............. 05 411 550 597 , - ---.- --.. 492 D ' """"' " " 7 lllllllxolfth, Grace li ..., ..... 'l .. 515 mei.-1, R. Q.... ............ ooo Dillon, W. lx. ..... .. ...416 1,2115 H5f,'i2,,i "'- "--- ' -------55' , Daniels, A, H ...... .... , 30 410 Degler, H. E .............. 469 594 D!ll0N. D010lhY ---. 536, 568 D,.eyc,I G P y ""' ' ""' 535' 600 Q Daniels, G, S ................. .72 Deimling, K. J, ...,. 73 199 208 417 D!ll0N..l11N0 .---.- -74. 516 Dreyer' Irvin" ' U HH497 1 Danielson. C. G .......... .,.. 4 64 ilelilnl-25. Malrvin ......... . . .394 Acilleif .... ... .... 445 Driebusch Arlznam 'UU' ' 7 ' ' ' ' D1 ky D .. .. 8.. 6 Je a ere, 'rances 73 521 07. 294 ,S . - . .... 472 - ' """"" - g llggnj, Niglzh. . 7.7.1. 7.77. . 47: R. JBG ....... 73. .117 442. 532 .ii B-- -- 227. 464 X' llv ""' , . ,,,,..,,,, 6- eong, ................... , , . ...... . ...... 570 ' ' """ """ ' - 97 ghjrles iiill H , A2737 DeLong, Wayne , .............. 463 DiSl0ll101'Sl. H- S -... .... 4 59 ' """" """ 4 07 x . ' .' """ , 7, 3 Delta Alpha Epsilon. ,. .... 464 Dllkowsky. S. I ..... .... 5 OI ' .' ' ' """"" - ' '430 5 DdN119l'. Elllf- -391. 572. 586. 594 0 . D ,, I. I Drummond. W. M. 440 ' Dantzig Virginia .,,,,,,, H764 534 Delta Alpiha P1 ....... ..... 4 85 i man. HU .. .. ......... 446 Drury S J """' ' ' ' ' " 5 5 D.a,,z,, '4 H U 470 Delta Chi ........... ....... 4 65 Dittmar. G. W .... ........... 4 96 Dr Mas,-n """" ' """"' "4 3 r Danufr' .',',',','l'.'l'.'7',','260, 49, gg, geila .gelia Dflta ..... ...... ..5ii1 igiver, ..... ...... ....... 7 4 DJ' vamz c "" """"' ' -' ',- , ,,,,,,,, .em family ..... .... 2 741 gvvr. -' ---... ..... 2 4.393.468 ' ""' "" """' ' l3::':,'fl: IE.'f'.'7'.l .....,....., , :ze 35,53 m.E,,,,,,. .. ....... ii, mi, 3. RI ....,, ,...... , 6, 1.2zl.':.z-.P..P.f.-.- . .-1.-... '-1. -12: ,, . H , ..... ,. , . .7 ...... , 10 - '-" Dfmncl' G'w"'lPl?f' "" 77 775 Delta Kappa .Sigma .... .... 5 88 Dixon, Genevieve . . . ........ 422 Dubnl' Eugene. """""" 427' 600 D.1rm.tatter, l-llas...71 334.335 4 Delta Phi .452 Doak W F ,68 5 DuBois, De Witt ............... 416 Darnell H M ,,.,,,,,,,,, Egg Delta Phi Epsilon ..... . . . 535 Doalein, Irene .... H , Bgchleii Dfrntny - ----- 371- 545. S63 X Dam, b ' ,,,,,,, 24,7 Boite gigma ilcltga .... .... 4 96 goizgins, 0 .... .... 4 06,415 Dugll' Harriett. ' 7 7 7 l 7 I x ,.' eta igma am 11... .... 472 0 ms, . ..... ........ . ' .. . ' iiZli.lK., liillfli. II if 32773.-3513: ,L',!'f -'--- - .... ig? Bgiiiiis, ..... .... . -os, glflilffil illif 1Fffffff"""-iiiigg Jillln, IIC ' ..... ..... 3 9 , ' "" "" ' - ' ""' """' ' Dugfsl H E 'v-"' 6 ' ' - . ' Delta Sigma Tau ..... ---- 4 68 Don- 75- C- '--- ----.- 3 95 D ' ' ""' """' ' I 5' 476 Q Bdugsk' cl' CU ' ' U Delta Tau Delta ....... ..... 4 O4 Dodds. G. W- -... .---. 7 4. 379 umn' R' C' " "" """ ' '47-5 ' Dgxbgsig: ,,,, ,,' ,,,, 549 Delta Theta Epsilon .... ....... 5 83 Dodge. H- A ----' --'----- 4 23 " """' " ' ' '492 Daullharthy, Hallie .. . . .... .568 geiiu Zgctiz P1 ....... ....... Eggs? -- --'- 74. 200 Duffy' Hblen "" "" 5 57- 578' D' h' ,Al'- .... ..... , , ca .won ..... ..... 2 2 4 . Q -. .... 523, O4 ' " -4---'- C, '57 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,Zig Delta Zeta ...... ....... 5 21 Dodson, la ..... ...... 4 05 Buigalg' Sum ' - - ---- -- - 544 Davanzio, D. J ..... ..... 7 2, 583 593 Demint, T. W .... ......... 4 93 i300Dll. Vl. Ig: ........ .......... 4 95 Dglsi, 'S ' '---" 438 Daveler, Wilson H... ........ 434 Dempsey. E- .l ---- ---- 2 29 466 Jnefnlann' 'nnk -'---'-'- - ---- 454 DUMOE, ""' ' 484 Davenport, A. P. .... ........ 4 32 Demster, Charles ....... 465 DO'-'SCh0l'. A- C -----... ..... 4 09, 587 Du b 'Iii -C ------'--'- - 495 S Davenport, B. H ...... ........ 4 09 Deneen, H. A ...... ......... 4 66 D00SCl1121'. A- 74. 349. 403, 409, 559 D nbnf- L- , - f---. ------. 3 69 426 P Davenport, Bernice ..... 284, 285 528 Denekas. M. E ..... ..,.. 2 28 455 Doherty, M. l ................. 462 Dun ar' C0n'5e --'-----"----- 575 Davenport, Evelyn ........... 514 Denes. N. G ...... -73 466 533 DOISY- Rflbefla ------'---'----- 609 Duncan' ' h'I64'368 4'-5 474 558 ljavgnpqyrl House ,,,,,,,, 547 Denise, Rebecca. ...... -73 551 563 D0l11N. 1- J ----.--- 74. 192, 198, 420 Duncan- D- C ---------- 75 543 595 5 Davies, B. R. N .... ........ 4 86 Benison, If ...... .......... 4 35 Dolan Margaret 582, 527 Dllmg:ii.Ic1ielieIn ........... 274 Daviep, F. M ...... ......... 4 62 enman. 0115 g '--- - ----.-.-- 545 - 1 --'----' 74.5 7 ' ' ' ""' - 5 Davieg, John B... .... 308, 369 433 Denneman, Willlaln ... ..... 429 D0l11Ndli J- .l- ------ 391. 582. 586, 601 Dunham- C- F- -, -------- 75 390. 577 5 Davies, S, H ,,-,,,-, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 O6 Iycnnmholz, E, , ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 9, Dall S mv .................... 271 Dunlevy. Catherine .-.- 175 .164 519 1 Davidw-i Marcello , ,,,,,,,,, 43, Dennis, H, A ,,,,,, ,,,, , 494 493 Dollahan, A. ............ 337, 605 DUNN. L- D .-.-......--.- - 336 450 Q Davidson, C. ...... 495 Dennis, Catherine .... ....... 5 I2 D0llah0n,il. C.. .. ......... 488 Dunn- M- D ------- 592 k D31-'i5,A, J ,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 IO iieniiis,JLucille .... ..... 5 45 ,lrqlitiilbiior .... 5:8 ggni'i',ii, ----- 432 -- n . . ......... ....... 4 90 . 1 ----- .... - ------ - -- I 5 Dgflbitll. H. J ........ ..... 7 3 591 Domke, Delmar . .... Dunn, T. B ........... 404 5 Davis Cf I ,, ,,,,, 462, 46, Depke, Herbert F .... .... 4 05 606 i7DmiHEllZ8llgClil: .... ....565 llgunnlnllignwfll- W-- - -- 395 . Davis: C, 11 ,,.,, ,,,.... ' 593 Derby, M. R. ...... .......... 4 ss 191111 5911. Ci, ,-3 ---- .... 4 9.3 DUNS- --, -------- 39.1 y Davis C. H .... .... 4 12, 589 596 DCYDY. R- W --------- -73. 433 531 Donaldson' 111- "" '--- 4 90 urfmt' -l' ll """ 449 S , -, D b , I R ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36' Donalson, B. C ............... . .. , Dunn, Alleen ...... ...... 5 06 ' Dwi C' P""' 488 Dcnlsche Vmin ........ 564 D011er. Ralph . ................. 76 DUNSIPIN. V- L ---- --.----- 3 69 x Davis, D. J .... ........... . 32 5 5 , 43 D ,h . P Davis, David .... .......... 4 44,467 Derment. Hurem Ii- -- 436 D0111l1f111- W- li ----- 160- 177. 227. 425 U5 k'n',M- A -'-'- ---- 3 6' 493 5 Davis, Dorean . .... 161, 338, 545 599 Dertinger, George ,,,,, ,,,, 7 3, 533 Donovan, C. l ....... .... . .406, 598 Duvall. IK- -- -- -- -.--- 347 349 1 Ed'-1 -, - - - Ty - -- 468 BSRZXZH' 1.2::321.- - - - - - - - - - - - Buell- 81.55. - -- --.5 -1... Q23 -475 .. liilli ,.,,.-., l em-R er-,, ,,,, ,, ,74 , ...... 494 . .. . 5 Ellbgyjlil, H . H I H , Dcsclm, Charlotte ,, ,, , , , 545 Doolen, YV. J ....... .... 2 20, 404 DUW0. G. L.. - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 448 ' Davis EW, ' ' 5,5 Desmond, T. J ..... . . 430 D00l6y. T- 11- -, ---- ---- 2 53. 493 Dvorak- F- J- ------- - - - - - - - - 473 Q D,,,,,' ,,,,,,,,H6"' ,R Delhgrm, Adele ,,,,,,, 5,1 Dooley, Marioi-ie ........ 519 Dvorak, R. F..199. s66.567..368 .376 , D.V,.i, 5 H 4.8 D,.,j,,,, 1.3, W ,,,, ,,,,,,,,. 4 77 Doolittle, D. L.... ........ 44s 371-466.492. 557. 565. 586 603 9 Dive: F' V ""' ""' 4 22 Deto-masi, F, ..... ........... 5 70 Doolittle. .l-, R ----------------- 417 DWYU- F- H- ----------------- 492 ' D ., G' "" """ ' 77, D8ll:lCll, J. H. .... ...393 418, 558 Doolittle, W. R. ........ 75.365, 443 Dwyer, J. D ................. . 493 Q avlb' 'ml 'ne --'-- 529 5 5 De'lurk, C. A ..... ........... 5 QI Doolittle, Mary ..... 75.395, 517, 597 Dwyer, J. J ....... 493 ' Dnvls' H' H -"" ------'- ' 71 DeTurk, L. E ..... .. .74 594, 600 Dore, lusther ........ .... . ..75, 519 Dwyer, Marjorie ,. ....545 5 Davis H. I ..... ..-.- 5 01 Deutch, J. W ..... ......... 4 S3 Dore, Mary ..... ......... 7 5, 545 Dykins, F. A .... ..... ..... 7 5 5 D6ViS. H- ---- ------ 5 00 Deuel, Susan .... 506, 562 Dorjahn, J. ---- -.-... 5 00 Dyunnd, F. W... ....... .....582 5 Davirl. J- -- ------ 73 415 Deuse, H. O .... ...... 4 97 Dorma. David, .... .... 4 41 Dzekls, A. ..... .... A ..... . .490 b Davis, J. I ..... 369 387 Deus, E. .. .. .... 199, 565 Dorman, D. ll .... .... 6 08 Dziks, A. G. .... .. . .570 5 , P 51 :gg .x ..x -.x .x -tx Ax ..x Ax ..x ..x .A .xx .xx .ex .A .A ..x .xx .ax .sZxh. 12. 14. 14. 0. A. 14. 0. 1.- 11. 12. 1.. 14. 1.. 0. 1,- 1. 1.- 1.. 1 la Page 656 A,VV9xAfx 9 U 0,4 ga 'lr 11-lr lE 'lllgf 5,101 lm. i ii, vw A., m K?-4 -"' ,.- A INDEX OF Boolcs AND PERSONS-continued ,' x E l:1lwe,il,,ii. F ...... .... 4 18, 552 g:1f,ii16siN,i,i1,i'ia1,i,..,i .... .. 534 gi:2e3mH.,,iX,,,:,,a.,,bi ..... 86.53 .ggi . .......... ........ 3 9 .1- ---. .- ,, r 1 1 Ilimgdon, Edward ...... 436 Fahrenfeld, Fred ....... 449 Firklns, Q. J ............. . . . .. .80 Eads Mary Ann . ...... 281 Emig, H. M ...... ....59o Fahs. 1'.J --.-.-.-.....-....-. 47.1 First Rvxfmvnwl Bfwfl -.-.-.- -- 568 Enlrins, M. M..'ff .... 16 584 Ernmel, V. E ....... 499 Fuhsbvnder. Myrtle. .-... 78. 529. 528 Firth. J- O ..-..-.-.-..- 437 Earl, J. C ........ .... . ..16 481 Emmerson, L. L ..... . .zo , , 599. 632 I,Q1scas.,G.-.,,:..... 5 i Easley, M. M ............... 443 Emmertz, A. W ..... ....... 4 89 Fail. Katherine -.-- ------- 2 I 1512 . -, ----- ---. 5 g East, W. ................... 76 474 Emrich, C. L ..... .... , 114. 432 F11111il0,l1l. J- .---. ...... . 78 Fischer, lf. . .... 3 9 Eastman F. T ..... 368,419, 566 595 Emrick, E. E... ...... 432 Fairchild, H. G .... .... 5 91, 605 Fischer, Jacob.. . 501 Eastman: Margaret ............. 545 Endres, F. C .... . ...... 499 Fairfield, D.,W .... ...... 2 26, 228 Fischer, L. G..., ..... ...... . 369 Eaton, B. G., Jr ............ 468 587 Endres, Leila .... . .... 5.19 568 11111. Cillherlnv -.--..-- 161. 521. 564 plfgscker. ll1a1,liuQi,i1e..- ..... 80. 538 Eaton, J. S ....... .... 4 I3 597 Engel, M. FC..,i .... ..... 4 i,faaiiii,1,,N1,i, .... .......... 4 ig Fiziieinalnln, . .............. ,574 1' W-7' 431 Emlsmii' .n'...'122::111::31: Z.. Fall., r. J ...... 4... Fish, 1.. rr ....... .... 4 ... ...,... Eaton, Sherry .... .... 5 5 nge stel . . F.,h Th , i-:bei-dr, Xvjlda ,,,., ,,,.,,, 5 .55 linger, Bertha ,........... .311 517 Falstern, E. I .... ...... 5 OI is . e ma .......... ....... 5 42 Eberlein, Frances- .... .... 3 Il 506 Enger, M. L ....... 391. 433. 53g 62: lg '---' -'-' 1 19 ' - ' .......... ,2,, ' ... ----' ----'-. , ' ., .. ... Ilggfirsgail-lgrze E' C' ' ' ' lgzhf ........... 383 Fantus, Bernard .. 494 Fisher, Beatrice ...... ........ . 534 Egk N, , ,' ' X369 487 Engineer Cadet OMECIS .... 383 Fantus, H. S, ..... .. 476 Fisher, C. E .... 80, 311, 391, 566, 584 ,, Eckifr, Jewel ...... ' .... 520 Engineering Council .... 3,20 ganukobM,iir1anne .. ,542 ,IQL ......... .80. 447 2,76 Ek 1, C,E ...ll '.,. , ,4o,563 Eng., rpanee ,,,,. ...33 ,any9, , ...... , ,-. ............. . 1. Eikigld, M. F... ..i'il.i .... 76 rznfflelifiit, Max ..... ..... 4 71 1119- 111116 ...... .. 511 Fisher, H. A.... ,.......4e5 WX Ecltltrnd, H. s ...... ........ 5 65 Englesrnrrn, C. 11 .... ....... 4 50 Hans. 16,9695 ---- 434 glsgef- 1,1-,,G ---- ---- 4 36 46: H-1-ef---1 --.---- asia.. r. ..- - -- ---4. 1.2 .::.z:- .l.::::....-- . E32i0'.?f1i.-1- ":17..:22Z ieiiliii- Edliim' 5:35:11 233 1--4 174-.4 .... . ....... 444 Fieherl ... 1. .... 55' ..: isa... 7 Edelinan li: 15. I: ............ 381 English, 1-1' ,4f',',','. ..... 456 ,ljarmen Igohert .... ..... ,i 412 Fiske., E ,,,,,, 410,555 - I-ld ' . . ................. 5 . . . - . ................ 86 219291. 012111911 - ---- ---- 7 311 'is er. irlrinia .... .....-.- 5 I4 2 11.133222 if 6. ..... 76,434. 516.635 'El'..'2lls.'2.i..ll"di.4r.eth ....... 556. 261 Eafnhem- Blllle --'-' ----- 5 66- S35 FiSh0r.1Villi51111C. ............. .565 , Edelson Irving ..........,..... 4.57 Engvall P. W ....... .... 2 42, 593 Farnham, Cecil ., ....- .----- 7 5. 5 0 Fisher, W. lf. ........... 80,390,465 9 Hdelstein Adrienne .......... . 5.11 Fnnig A L . .. 496 Farnum.1V1lhv1n1n11 -.---- 275 Fisher, w. R ...... ........ . .495 r - f '-' "" ""' ' ' . ' .-------.----. -.24 F'her W.'I'. ..... .........20 , iges, hrg1,ri1aA ...... .... 3 17. Sig Ennis, Ava .... .... 7 7,388,573 ggiizf, 12'V1l,l9 Pig 266 Fiihmim Isadom 492 ,Ss I . .... ...... . - . . ................... 0 r - '-'----'- -'-" - ., .... 7 Edggiifnii, L ..... ...... . .194 llelilldlred ......... 77. 521. 266 Faffell- ,lilaiij J11110- ------ 6 ---- 6 Sgg Flslcr. Lucille --.... - 274. 525 5 lidzren. L. L ..... ...- 2 41.416 Enochs, C. H...77. 199. 258.465. 565 gf11i,Qll- R -1 """"' I 4"" Flaw' W- S- -------'-'- 30-355-40-1 7 lididirl. B. M .... ....... 4 76 Enright, Eunice . .............. 532 as son , Ciil6'lU .-.-------'-- - 79 Fitzgerald, Gannon G. ........... 435 2 Edinburg, Jacob .... ..... 5 Ol Enriquez Fulgencio ........ 427. 572 Fauble- IN' I ""' ' """" 493 F111-Gerald. G- H--566. 571. 586. 603 7 Edlund, E. o. ..... .... 4 65 rznsinn, 141. 12. ........ ..... 1 91 ff111f,f11. 1k,Q,,. -,, ---- ----- 4 73 git.-gernig. J. D---i---496. 605.607 Ed , G. V. .............. 369 1-2 ' . N. W ....... 44.1 'HU 1101. 1 rf -- -- .---- - -7 ,itz- era , Mrs. J. J. .... ......573 5 R. H ............ 367, 372 Eziggriscr, The .... 318 Faulknef. S. C .-.- .------- 4 05 Ifitz-Gerald, Linda. . ...... 566, 571 r Edwards. C. F.162. 172. 314.3361 356 Entwhistle, Alice ..... 545 l'1111?1r 111- ,B ------ '--- 7 07 417 FitzSimons, Kathryn ....... ....511 9 410. 559. 581. 589 1-Iovaldi, L. ....... ....... 5 70 FHVIS. l1V11111 ---- ------ 4 70 l'1t2S1m0ns. Ruth ...... .171. 511 , Edwards Dorothy ,....... ...... 2 94 Envnldi, W, G, ,,., .... 4 86, 570 Favus. J- ---'--"- ------ . 110 Fix, J. L ......... ...... 8 0, 403, 418 Q EdW111'dS. G- H ---1- --1------- - -490 Eovaldi, W. J ..... ..... 5 70 Fawcett, Mary ....79 527 Fixmer. J. l'. .......... .. ..163 , Edwards, H. H ....... ...76, 465 Ephgrave G, G ,,,,, ,,,,, 4 68 liny. Q, ------- 622 Flz, J. L .............. . .. ., . .565 7 Edwards, J. E, ..... ...... 4 I4 Epstein, Leon ,,., .... 3 11. 437 VHY. - - ---- ----------- If lack, R. ................ .... 4 15 , Edwards, Marlon .... ..... 5 IS Epstein, N. ...... ..... 5 92 Fay. L. A .-.--------.-------- 460 lilngg, J. S ........ 305, 441. 565, 598 I Edwards, Owen .... .... 4 43 Epstein, Robert ..... 437 Fvafvy. H- D ---------.------- 257 Flanagan. Mary ........... .... 5 I4 I . . . . 111- '1.i"1'1- - - - - -- 232 1. - -- -ia ife'l'lii.'l""' :zz ilz":i::.D- 1.-- -- -221 221- 1:1-:fi .rum. . ....... .... , :rmg1n,'vl ,,,, ,,,,,,A 3 ,5 't-e,r ry ................... n,1 ,. ..... ,, ,, , , Egan, Jane .. ., .... ..... 5 I2 Erenburg, Legirn. . . ....... .. 501 Feickert, C. W. . ........... 326. 462 Flanmgan, 'ltlory . ...... . .. . . . .309 9 Exbers. Mariorle .--- 507 Erickson, C. A. ........ 567, 368, 488 Fciman. Danwl .... ...... 5 01 Fleali, A. B, ............... .se, 58.1 , Eggers, H. W ...... .... 4 97 Hrigkgon, F, P ,,,, ,,,, 7 7, 463 4:5 Feinstein, M. .. .. 592 Fleming, Eileen .... . ....371 Q, Eggert, Marion ...... ....... 5 16 J-jriekson, Forrest ,,,,,,.. , 567 Feitsch, F. W., .... .. 408 Fleming, John J .... ...... . 463 F Eggleston. Marion h ...---.-- 76. 515 Erickson, J. . ....... ....... 4 93 Feldman. Jenmc -. .- 515 Fleming, Lois,., ..... .... 5 11. 555 5 Eiilitt, N. N ............ 76, 481, 585 Erickson, Theodore ..... 457 Felter, Agatha 524 Fleming, Patr1clu.... 544 ' dy. C. W .--.--------- 1 ----- 466 Ericson, S. A. L ..... ..... 7 7, 442 lfelts, J. C, ....... ...... 4 27 Fleming, V. R. .... ....... 4 58 Q Ehlers, C: F ................... 448 Lrliglrgm, H, H ,,,,, ,,,,, , H7 l'elsn,cr, hIlChi10l.. . .... 79, 5 1 Flcnuc, Helgn ,,,, ,,,, r gr, 194 ' hl11111111. l1VC'ly11 ---.---. 397. 544. 563 Erllch, Leonore 531 FCYICIYIH- Vumly -- '------- 261 Flesch, H ......... . 447 an Ehman. R. G ...--- 394. 477. 590. 593 Ermeling, H. J ...... 500 If'-'l1Cl. G. 5 -----. .---- 2 19. 416 Fletcher, C. L. ....... ...... . . 80 P Ehman, S. F .................. 367 Ermentrout, R. A... . . .. 591 Ifenton, W., F ..... ---.-- 5 00 Fletcher, Florence .... .....80, 521 Ehnborn. G. B. ....... -157.367- 370 Ernst, Devel ....... 446 Ferguson. h.. Jr -..- ..-- 7 9. 565 Fletcher, G. B ...... ..... 8 0,312 373 426 Ernst, F. .. ...... 606 FerguS011.J- W...- .--- 79 5.17 Flick, G. W ....... ...........s6 Ehrens, H. . ...... ......... 5 65 Ernst, H. ..... ............ 4 43 FNRUS011. l'. H.. .- ---- 79- 436 Flight, Bessie ..... ...... . 81, 532 Ehret. K. E ........ .-..-.. 4 72 Erwin, H. P ................ 17 446 Ferlrusnn. Sulah -..- .--.-- 1 97 Flick, George .................. 498 ilggrlichd Iaioniiiiiie. ............. igsiighr, ,iirnigfg , ,,,, 164, 353, 514, 552 ....... ..... .236 ,QrIi,i1e,,,,, ,,,,, 294, 526, 5,612 rma,.a . ............ , .5 w,. .............. 0,1 .-- ------------- .- 4 ,. ....... ..... . Eidman, Mary Ann..76. 272. 325. 326 Eskins, M. M... ....... 255 Fefmlld. 1'1'11f- F- H ---. -.---- . 379 Flint, Winifred .............. .. 515 5 354. 503 Espo, Charlotte .......... 531 Fernholz, N1113' -- ------ 514 Floberg, R. A .......... 163, 408, 559 ' Eilcrs. L. K. ................. . .76 Espy, W. N ...... 391 Ferrall. M.,l'- -----------.--- 79 340 Floln, G. T. ...... . ...... 560 llgiiers, L,ouisn ................. :gi gssiinger, ,,,, ,,,,, 3 Qg ,iV1ii1am . . . 1.65. Q66 :ig .... ..... . . . 43: lfl'S,.3f0 ................ sslnger, lflilnl... .... , 1,5, 1 ', . '. ....... - ... .. t e,'. .... ...... . 5 Ilfinhabus. Rtlilh ,- . .76. 394. 395. S13 ,I:Jspy. EV. N ........ .... 352 liictterlyi, Diary .. .. ..---.--- 6- 545 iiioresh Jtihn ...... ...... . ......4g6 ' "' ll 01' . 611171111111 -------. 5139-501 15101. 'S . ...... ..... ' , 'cttero . - -.-. -------- . 3 7.57 oret . . . .,........ 199,257,4 7 Eilgnstriir, Bernard .......... 1 68. 451 Estwanik?0J. J ..... 266 Fctternlf. L. D .... ...... 5 94 Flvfiiilllllfllfcluh ...... .. .... ..561 El5Cl'l5lf'ln. Ifvlnll - ------ 76. 451. 585 Elo Kappa N14 ................ 584 FCILCYS, James .. . . . . . . . 479 Flower-5, Cgrdilenc ,,,,, , , , , , , , , ,Sl g Eiscnstein, M. W .............. 501 Egg Sigma Phi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 599 Ficht, Fred .... ........... 4 46 Flutcher, C, A, ,,,,,,,. 307, 434, 597 P Ekblaw, S. E.. .76, 174. 334. 395. 403 Etzbnch, Frances ,,,94, 403, 505, 5,4 Fick, Florence .... ...J ....... 541 Flynn, 11, J ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,44I 421. 560- 569. 603 Etzback, W. H ............ 431. 565 Iflclwf- Helen '--------. ---. 7 9. 516 Foellinger, Helene ............. 543 151111011111 li- R -------------- 76-417 Eustis, H. 1-I .................. 496 1g1d1nl10r.C-C -.-.--..-.-----..- 477 Fnley, Anne ........ ..... 8 1,566 i,-:l,iIund,, Siinar ................. 534 Evans, H, ,,,,, ,,,, 4 93 i1,ieberg,CDorothy ....... ...5og pollen,-5, E, C, ,,,, ,,,, 4 40,497 .0VlC,.. ................. ,, , , ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 recr, . .................... 30 1 ,, EI Circulo Literafio Espanol ..... 566 133232: J, he ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Z gi Fiellder, Alice . ................. 515 S ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Z Elder. L- W ---'---'--'--'-----' 424 Evans, 'liathryn ........... 371. 545 Fields. K. li.-1 ---- 199. 215. 363. 419 Fooks, Kenneth ...... .......... 4 87 Eldfcdr G' L". "" . """ : - -408. S95 Evans, L. I' ........ ............ 5 66 l',101'bi1111!l1. J- l' .-------.--------- 79 Football .......... .... , ........ 2 O3 gii:,i:,ir1r,i1i,Zi',I,i,1,i::iiCCfl'1L' 50610131365 igvans, Sha. Laura B ..... ..... 2 0 l'l01'l10. M. ll -.----- 79. 433. ggi. fooigaii, ii,resQinan Varrsty ...... 207 , - : -----'----- -- '.van', . . ................... , ,, - 'oo Il , am y ..,........ 204, 205 Igller. Izdythc ...-.....- 76. 339. 544 Evenlr ....................... in lj101l10. W- F ----- ------------ 4 73 Fotte, Edwin ...... ............ 4 29 l'2ll1011r D'-7101hY ----- 50- 76' 5311 555 Everett. C. A ..... ............ 7 7 l'l015Chr F- W ----------------'-- 79 Foottit, F. C. ..... 162, 312, 404, 460 Ellloll GLHCS, ------------'- 318' Sgg Everett, R. M .......... 78,410,459 ,lfiil,fld. :1'Vi,11K --.-----.----- -317 Forbes, S. A ................... 410 Elliott, .. ' ..... ............ . 1 E h . G. D ..... ..... 6 . 68 'i ey. 5. .-.---. 390.457.4 3. 577 11 .-l, S ..... . .......... Pliiiloti. irlaiiiet ..... ,,..5z,i W. ..... ..... . 266 giiby. Rortithy .... 79- 521. 555. 605 P. ..... .......... . ' 101 . - - - ----- ---- . 3 0. 40 Everitt, R. E .......... 8, 347, 439 15011. '- ---------------- 79. 475 Ford, Kathryn .... ...164,358, 537 Elliott, M, J ....... .......... 4 44 Eversman, Ruth ........ JS. 371. 514 Finch, C. E ..... .......... . 393. 491 Ford, Lorena ..... .......... 3 11 Elliott, Mildred ..... ......... 515 Lwald, Esther ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 33 Finch, J. M. ....... ..... ....... 4 2 0 I-ord, Louise ...... ......... 8 1 , Elliott, ls. B ...... .... 7 7. 421. 587 Ewt-rt, H. I-1 ...... ........ 7 8,423 Finch. Helen - .---.- 79. 316. 505, 665 Ford, S. G. ..... .... 4 16,424 . 1':lli0tK. S.,-'L -.-- ---------- 4 24 Ewing, Joseph .. .. .... 78. 331, 580 Finch, J. M., ................... 368 Ford, W. L. ...... ....... . ..459 1V Elliott, XX, A ...... ........ 4 66 Ewing, R. H .... ......... 4 IS Finder, L. X' ................... 393 Fordon, Marcella ............... 537 '.. Elliott. Nl. G ..... ..... 4 16 Exley, W. M ...... ...., 7 8, 441 Fink, G. R .............. ...... 3 93 Foreen, H. V .......... 393, 464, 595 Ellis, Arthur: .................. 465 Eyclcshymer, Lois ............. 508 Fink, Margaret C ........ 79, 538, 567 Foreman, R. M. ................ 603 - Ellis, Catherine ................ 519 Eyman, Dorothy . ............... 18 Fink, Serene ............... 535, 599 Formals, W. H. ................ 566 l3ll1S. l1Sll101' J- ---------------.- 540 Finklestein, P .............. .... 5 92 Forrest, Betty ......... .... 5 25, 563 .1 l,?H1S. -.------------------- 601 ,I5ini1elstein,DS ......... .......... 7 9 iforsiicrg, ............. 438 - .1s, .. ........... .......... 4 ll ' -,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, g :,. ., ,,,,,,,,,,, Hg N Ellis. N- C -------------------- 404 F C ........... ......... 4 6? Ifglrgyilit lV.mfJ.? gr, 81, 325, 413. i Ellli. R11ll1 ---------.---.---.. 596 Finley, Ruth ....... ........... 5 SI Foss, W. M. ........ 81, 403, 468, 556 5 Ellis, Thornton ................ 414 Fadim, N. A ...... 367, 372. 453, 557 Finn, E. C ................. .... 69 Foster, E. B... .81, 500, 594, 600, 606 1 Ellison. l'l- E -------------- 165.465 Fagan. May ., ............... 78. 551 Finn, Marjorie ............. 274, 519 Foster, Evelyn ..... 81. 505. 526. 604 5 Ellison, .................... 447 Fagan, Virginia ................ 544 Finn, R. G ............ 201, 242, 247 Foster, li. J ....... .............. 8 1 P Elman, l-.ll . ........... ....... 4 SI Fagerburg, A. T., Jr ..... 78, 412, 444 Finn, R. S ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.. 242 Foster, Florence ......... - ....... 550 5 l2l111i111. J- F-' ------------------- 493 lfiillgfllllril. R. N ..... ........... 4 44 Finnegan, Lucille.. .... 161, 521, 562 Foster, G. D. .................. 368 8 Elovltz, Jack .................. 470 Fagm, K. M .,......... 305, 367, 468 Finnegan, Ruth ......,......... 521 Foster, G. W. ............... 81, 471 5 5 P ll :ii .5 ..x Ax A .tx Ax -R .A Ax Ax Ax .ax .ax Ax .4 .ax .A .cx Ax .AfSh. 14. I1. l,. 14. 14. 14. 14. 14. 11. 14. 14. 12. 14. 14. 14. 1.. 14. 4. 1. fir Page 657 , 09 'll' ll-lllE 'illgfglul ll W 45's 5 A1 5 255, 2 I " 5 I L . , INDEX OF Books AND PERSONS-contznued 9 5 . ..... a F , w. H .... .... 6 s Geller, 0. ....... 493 Godd d, R. F .... , , , ar. F ...... 505, A538 A ""' ' ' " .... 145 Gellerman, R. C .... ........ 4 63 Goddiilig, Ruth ..... 1.9.9. 328 5 Foster Keith .... .. .......... 568 Fullenwider, H. S. .... .... 4 22 Gengicr. ,Raymond ----- .. -- 429 Grldllmn, D ........ ..,.. 8 5, 432 Foster' Kenneth .... ......... 5 68 Fullenwider, Leah .... ....... 5 Il Gentllllnl, C. ....... .-566. 570 534 Gwbel, R. H.. .. 85, 416 7 Foster' L. H.. .,..... ......... 4 22 Fuller, B. H ......... ....... 8 2 491 George. E- C """"-'-- ---- - 417 Goedde, E. F .... .... 8 5,443 ' Foster' L O. .............. 390, 577 Fuller, Brooks .... ..... 8 2 403 441 Gerard, K. C .... ........,. 2 26 Goelitz, Ann ..... ..... 5 18 5 Foster: Mary Frances.. ...'.81, B95 Fuller, L. L. ....... ......... 4 I2 Gerber. B' C "" --. ... 464 Goeller, J. A... . . . . ... .. 426 ' Foster, R. F. ........ ..... 4 75 Fuller, Lon .......... ....... 4 65 Gerfcn. C. A --.' 439 Goetzman, R. A.. .. 85,500 3 Foster, William 'I' ..... . . .404 Fullerton, Annamae. .. .... 512 Gertin, Carl ... ............ 341 Goff, C, CH , , , ,, ,,, , 593 I Faulks, Helen ...... .. 549 Fullerton, G. G ..... .... 5 77 Gerger, R. Mr ................ 369 Goff, L. ...... 482 5 Fonreh, Q, W .... .... 6 08 Ilguilertoli, W. W .......... ..... 5 91 geriiolrd, ...... 83,443,600 626 golieil, Eiilliiw .... 555 F t', L. G. .... 6 uton, rene ........ ......... 5 50 er ac, . .....,.......... 4 1 ogglns, . 4 2 f Fgiitg, L. W ..... . .. .... A36 Fulton, R. B .................. 408 Germer, A. E .........,....... 430 Gonol, L ....... .. ....592 2 Fouts, Xenia ...... ........ ..... 8 1 Fulton. W. J ....... 82, 199 260, 408 Gerno,. R. . . .i ........ . .. 496 Go lson, E. H .... .. . .500 , Fouscr, E. R. .................. 482 Funk, Nedra .................... 82 Gershenow, Mildred ...... .... 5 20 Golan, E ...... .. .,.. 447 9 Fowler, Aimee Lou ............. 544 Funk, Mary ...... ......... 3 I4 508 Gershon, Solomon . ........ .... 5 88 Golan, N ,..,,. ,,,, ,,,, 4 4 7 Fox, A. W ........ 318, 454, 578, 589 Funkhouser, F. M .... ....... 5 66 Gerstel, ................. . 490 Gold, Rose ......... 531 P Fox, Lieut. A. W ..... .......... 5 86 Furby, R. F. ...... ....... 4 95 GCFWIH, . W. ...... 83, 329, 390, 441 Goldberg, Barney .... .. 588 f Fox, Allem ...... .............. 4 23 Furby, S. B ........ .... 1 63 428 577 S93 Goldberg, Fred .... 476 3 Fox, Anita ,,,,,, ,,,,. 5 43 Furst, Elizabeth .... ....... 5 06 Gessing, Raymond ......,...,. 433 Goldberg, T, A, ,,,,, 350 I 1.-ox, Dee ...... ....... 4 93 ifusoii, E ...... .... 4 06 424 getz, Bkifgih ...... ..... 476 goiggergerr S, M, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 501 .- 5 ,,,,,, ,,,,, ' ., . ..... ....... 4 93 cuss. ., -.--,. --5 so l ,N ' ........... .. ' ggi' B 228. 259 Wa Ghent, Nina .... .... 8 3 543 Ggldbogf Cffwl, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ii? . Fox: xv1..fIII1If..lfffllfffffiqa Gl'0lS0'1' H --'- -- -33 Gnldfn. Karma ---- 85.338 513.609 Q Fmbonir D, E ,,,,' 207' 552' 493' 570 Giachini, P. D ...... ...490 570 Golden, Marjorie . . .83, 341 533, 563 , Fmkc,-V G, C ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ', ,403 6 Giaconda, Angela. ..... . ..... 571 Goldenberg, C. ............... .592 9 Fmker-I J, 11' ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 r, 403 Gianette, C. ............. 490 570 Goldenson, Herman .....,...... 588 5 Francis, Elmo ...... ...,. 4 90 Gun Mnrnnret D QH... 537 545 Gibbons, John Joseph. . . .. 394, 396 Gold Feather: ...... ..... . .275 4 Francis' Krlthcrine .,.. ,.,..,,, 5 43 Cjr' G """ 360 447 Gibbs, Mae ..,....,.. . .83 Goldman, H. P .... . ..... 319, 476 r Francis' Mamie .,l. -..-.,,.,. 5 45 dflrgein """' ' 83 Gibbs, Raymond J .... .. 434. 573 Goldman, Louis .... .... . . 588 9 Franck. A. H --------.- 435. 533. 593 'griien' ' ' ' ' """' 54, Gibbs. Walter ...... .. ... 446 Goldman, M. J ..... ....... 5 98 Frank' R- 15'-Minimum- HH437 dqdds, P P .... ......... 4 67 Giberson, Irene .. .,....,.. 84 544 Goldman, M. S .... .... 4 19, 586 I Frankebcrger, R. E ..... .. ...... 82 G' bfgo' F "" ""' 5' 40 Gibson, Marian L ......... ... 517 Goldman, pi ..,,,,. NH., .35 7 Frankel. Hazel --.-.-- ---545 ac L' 'C "'3 '3, 4 3 C'lbS0n. R- C --r------- S4 455 608 Gold Seal Girl: .... 287 5 Frankel. Jean ...... .-.-. 5 311 J'Her'en """"' H9 4 7 225 Gibson. S010 -------...- 84 341. 545 Goldsmith. P. C .... . ........ .470 I Frankel, S. S. .... ....... 4 17 G lbrrfrth Ve,-.i.Q' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' N 545 Glerlz' Ma'l5"'e,t "' '--' " 507 Goldstein. GCOTRC - ----- ---' 3 5. 307 L Franklin Mary .... .. . .274 5ll2 Gill Al-' ' ' "" 'r' ' ' 503 Gleseclifr Mlnnle ----- -- --. 516 437. 470. 597 Q Franklin: Thglmgl ,,,, .. .... .'. 544 G:lfriatomJl1an' ...... A 1, N 57, Gieselmann, William .. .. . ., 454 Goldstein, Mary ....... .....85, 534 5 Franz, Marie ...... .. ...... 549 Gnignnmf 5, G illilli III... 5 7, Glfford. J0l1n M .-..-... 84 438 532 ggigsrein, QR ........ .......... 4 47 I Franzen, L. C.. .. .... 369 Gnlrnrzneri Adeline in H. H 7 sr, i 5 2 5 7 s ein, ... . . . . .. .... 339, 410 , Fray Dr D ,,,,,, 0 . . ,- -, Gilaman, Ethel ..... 545 Goldstein, S. 453 f V' ' 4 7 Gallaher, Vlrglnla ........, 295 506 . , . 4 . I 17 A V 6 - Gllbertson. F. W ........ . .. 419 Goldstein, S. S ..... .... 3 18 msef' ' " Jr '--' 'H42 Gallantlne, J. A ............... 442 . . .r . F,-asm., Fi I iiiii I ,Hue , . M 6 2 O Gilchrist, Dil dred ........ .84 528 Goldstlne, S. M.. .. .. 453 l . . Gallati, C. ..... .... 3 7 37 57 G nr A R 1 Q Fmlarmtncr ..... .. .. 401 Gnlen A C 4,9 2 0rS0n. - ------- 367 372 492 Goldwater, R. W. ......... 205,405 , Frazin, B. ........... ...502 G' H' ' D' 'fr "" ' 4"""" 400 Gill. Elllcl ------ ----'- r -. 539 Gall, Varsilv ........ .... . ,.... 256 9 Frazin, Emanuel .... . ...492 Gallimn ' A " ' """ 497 Gill. G- D --.f---------4- 229 406 Gollings. Fi J. ..... 85,4IS,435,604 , Frnner' Emmr, iiiiiii 1 ibiiiiii 597 Ggnowg' J.',,r:ii:"U ji-Q 565 Gill, Greta .............. gals Goltra, 11.3. ............... 492 Q Frazier Margaret ............... 523 G llowa ' Jose hine .. . 281 Gln' H' L "" 199' 226' 228 229' '35 GONE. W. - ----------.----- 36. 564 Freda in A 81 460 Gal ' Fl If D 493 Glll. Jvsrwh ------'-----. 567 Goodall, Charles S ........ ..4o4,559 9 Frederick I ' I l l ' ' .461' 608 Ganiii,riQ A ' ' ' 4' HU 83 Gm' T' W """'---'-- -- - - 311 Goodell, Mary Elizabeth ...... . 512 . Frederick: Ci . .'.172: 305 Gamble' p0m,1Q1' H 4,9 Gillvn. Dolores - ---- 34. 519 563 607 Goodell, A... ............ .... 338 7 407. 586 508 Gamma, Alpha Chi .. .... 599 G!ll0"'.1- fl ---------'---- 495 .G00d0n0nlzl1. G. A..r98. 391. 410. 594 r Frerlricks Walter ........... i .... 498 Ggyygma F10 Gamma.. . 459 Glllcsllle- H- B -'-"---- -- 424 G00d0r10Ulll1. Maude -------- 392. 544 Q, Frenerrek5r,n J H A ililli .ree 405 C-ammu ISM Behr "" 5,7 Gilman, G. ii ........ .. 393 Goodfellow, Florence ..... ...86, 549 5 Freed Ernen ' " ' i' H' 544, gamma pi Up-error, ""' "" 4 55 Gilman, M. F .... .. .84 478 Goodamn, Alice ........... 329,602 5 1.',.ee1.fnd ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 450 '5 59 Wnlrer ""' ' ' ' ' 415 Gllrnnrfr G- C ----'--- - - 320 443 Goodamn Bernard ............ 451 ' Freeland' E B 589 pdxqghinfetz ""A ' ""' 450 Gilmore. 105'-'Dhlnc - ---- - -. -34 Goodman: Esther ............ ..545 5 Freeman, C' Ru Q H M i 311' 460 qfiinb hpw C 13 "H ' I ' ' 573 Gilmore. L- ---'----'---- -. 565 Goodman Margaret ............ 326 ' Freeman' Catherine' V l ' A Q i D M i 545 dd if W U' H I ' .347 606 Gilmore' Mary Eleanor ---- '-' 51' i S05 503 555 85 Freeman: Gladys. . l 512 W: 01 ' "ffm i' 405 Giimore. lil. T ..,......... . . 84 Gggdmany S ',,,,,, IIIIIII, ' , , , ,' 447 ' Freeman, Louise.. . .... 525, 544 Gantz, R, H ,.,. ....... 4 30 girmoufbe 531073 -- '-'- 6 --- S24 Goodman, Zelda .......... ... . . .520 Freeman, R. C. ...... ...... 4 S2 Ganz, C. W .... ......... 4 16 lfvy. C ...s0. 4.555 223 ggg:1hrr1ari1.r41llg2 M---. --.-86.538 r1?i5Sl?"Ez...iilF.'.'.'51 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 33? '5illi'rf"r.l.....1.':1.'. 1 :J arg... 'gil gm rg, Sr, -..-.---.- .. 333 iif1Jr1: ii' 11:::...s.'ig3 I-ffjijfgofffnjyn "1" 32'5'6' 522' 252 gn'gQ,"i",f'JM "" """ 4 ,r 232, Gimlin. F. G .... .. 464.561 oddld. irrlerrflil.. ..1'I1'I1rdi Frceyol. Gcrtrticl6.'.'.1111.fs16f sss cliidrrgrf C. off 557 gimff. ---.- -------- . 84.419 Goold, Mildred ..... .......... . 568 Freillch. E. B ---- -- ------- 501 Gardner, M. li. .. .. .83 568 559 Hmvrra ------------ --- ggesrgn lgxchel .......... 6. . 338 1:-'rrA iilil Q iiiili K Gad ,Ri liili iliiliiii I 5 ri i. J. Y ........... I , . ..... .... . ..49,4 ,493 Irene .rli liir 3 2' Ggrdggri Lnegn H H iiii 85 52, Gingrich. I'i F .... 84, 320 331, 579 Gordon, H. R ..... ........... . 481 French' W iiiiiii H iirr 430 Gnrdner, Ruth Hi i .H 544 Ginle. Martin . ......... 84 242, 583 Gordon, L. J.. ..... 199, 214, 371, 545 lrrentzel rv. y iriii 4,0 Gnrdner Vrnler H 7 H 57, Glnnlngs, D. C ........... 456 Gordon, Marlon .... ....... . ...544 lrrese pfnrr liiii iiii 4 95 Grrrnnkrjg Louis ' iiii 501 Ginrich, O. ............ . 496 Gore, Elizabeth ........,..... ..516 Frrrhirraa Ixolic .... ....., 3 eb GI.f....yz.r'. ...... fl' .... .soo Ginsberg. Sara ....--.-. 84 395 573 Gore. G. ....-.- . -..- 36-403.449 Frey Mildred .... .... 5 43. 563 Garing H. R ..... .. 83.439 Glnsburnh. Harvey ....... 1 45l Gorenstein. B. ..-.- ----.-.. - --434 Frey' R M ' 1 407 Garland G H .. . 452 Gl0C0ndn. Anllelil --544. 566 570. 573 Gorman, E. D. ........ 319, 435, 516 Fribley 'J H l ' I ' l I H 412 Carman' Ferne' U . . . S43 Givler. Virginia . ------.--- - .. 509 Gorman, Margaret ......... . . . .512 Frick H 'W H H 369 Garndr Y W ........ .. 412 GlV50rlr R- C -'-- -------' - -- 536 GOSlin. L. A. ........ ..... . 86. S00 Fricke, .. . .... 493 Garner: Walter ........... . .. 393 Glade- G- A ----- -- - 242 Goss, F. H ........ ... . . . . . .480 Fried. H. B. ....... .... 3 07. 591 Garretson, R. C .... 83,329,347.349 Glade. H- -'Y --'----'-- 246 Goss, H. J ..... ...... 2 42.491 Friedberg, F. .......... ....... 4 S3 390, 429, 596, 604 Gladvllle, Violet .......... 542 Gotsch, H. E .... ..... 8 6, 487, 567 Friedl, J. L ....... ...... 8 2, 156, 172 Garretson. W. G ....... 452, 600, 606 Glahn. F- H- -.-- -... ..... . . . 369 Gotsch, Ruth .... ......... . 528 395, 403, 434. 596 Garrett, Licllt. O. F ........... 586 Glantz. N. A ---. 50.84, 170, 324, 354 Gottlieb, A. M. .... ..... . . 484 Friedlen, Myrtle ...... ........ 5 34 Garrison, Laura .... . . . ..... 568 403. 443. 531 G0llll0b. S- M ------ . .. - 393 Fricdlin, Rose .... ... ...... 311. 397 Garrity, James J... ...... 435 Glanznvr. Harlan W ------- 363. 463 Golwall. M- H ------- - -- . -473 Friedlob, F. M ............... . 453 Gartner, Jerome .. ......... 470 GlasKOW. R. D -----..-.... 427 Gougler, Marcellaine ......... ..527 Friedman, B. S ..... .... , 395. 484 Gartung, F. K ......... 83, 319, 422 Glass. R- C" ----- -84. 199, 226, 228 Gougler. R. L. ............. 489, 595 Friedman, Hal ..... . ....... 481 Garver, Willa .... .. . ..... 507 230 436. S33 Gould, ules ..... ........... . .561 Friedman, Hanna ..... .... 5 20 Gasaway, R. N.. . ....... 459 Glass. W- E ----- r ------- 497 Gould, . D. .......... 421, 556, 558 Friedman I ........ .... 08 Gas arich, S. J.. .. ...,. ... 257 Glasser. D- 'C --'-- --- --- 448 Gould, R. E. .... ........391, 488 Friedman: L. I' .... ..... 70 Gasizins, Viola .. ..... .. .. . 528 Glilvln. Tll0rn21S --.--.-... ... 454 Goulding, Alice ..,. ..........5q6 Friend, J. D. .... .... 4 79 Gaston, J. M ...... 334, 335, 340, 485 Glegkvr. 'Ethel -'.-.------ 544 Goulding, Helen ....... 524, 564, 571 Fries, A, C ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 59 557, 603 Glflrn. Vlrlllrlla ---162. 231. SIS. 563 Goutevenier, C. A. ........... ..86 Frings. C. V. ........ ...... 4 I5 G6Sl0rl. FrllrlCC5 ---------- 525. S67 Glenn. Mafllafet " --------- - -- 605 Grabow. M. P ....... .....367 Frison, Genevieve .... .... 8 2, 51:4 Gaston, Mary .... . . . . . 397 Glenn, Mary' Margaret --.-. -35. S06 Graduate School .... . . . . .30 Frison, T. H ....... .... 4 26 Gates, G. W ...... . .. 83, 578 Glenn. R. W.. ....... . .. 450 Grady, William.. .. . . . 435 Fritchle Alice .... .. 571 Gates G. T ....... ..... 4 67 Glenn. Mri. S- E .----- -- - S73 Graeber, Sylvia ,... ....520 Fritsch,'E. T. .... 500 Gates: Margaret .. . .... 523 Glewner. Carlyle --- . . 498 Graham, A. J.. . .. ... 495 Fritz. Erna., .... .... 5 43 Gatewood, Mary ............ . S07 Glidden. F- D- -'-- - 417 Graham, C. M. .... .. ..464 Fritzer, W. S ..... ........ 4 23 Gathercoal. E. N .............. 500 Glidden. J- H- "" -- -85. 413 Graham, Eileen .... ...... 5 IQ Frdggat, A. M. .............. 82,394 Gauer. Charlotte ----...- .--. 5 31 Glieck. Ruth -------- - sss Graham, G. J ...... .... . ...565 5 Froman, R. M ..... ............ 3 I7 Gilulrnpll. H- W- -162. 333. 440. 560 Gllfl'0rCl. J- M .-----.-.. ... ... 391 Graham, Gertrude ...... ... 544, 563 P Fruin, E. G ............. 82, 320, 362 Gavcler. W- -.--.-----.--- 165. 360 Glisch. H' '--' g '-"---'-- 326 606 Graham, H. J., Jr. ....... 393, 432 4 467, 580, 597,604 Gaver, C. B ........ .. ...... 480 Glodkowskis, Mildred ..... .85, 573 Graham, Rgben ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43 9 Fruin, L. T. ...... 228, 229, 393. 407 GnllnY. Websler -r---.-.- 423 GIOS. W. G. W ---- -.-50. 85 175. 326 Graham, T. A. ........... . ....4o5 4 Fruland, D. A ,.,,,.,.,, ,,,. 3 13, 410 Geiger, Harry .. . ........... 493 323. 355. 403. 419 565. 596 Granata, W. J .......... 50, 176, 332 p Fry, Dorothy .................. 543 Geiger, P. B ......... 264, 369, 442 Gloss, Nellie .............. .85, 527 554, 547, 561 570, 490 Fry, Donnabelle .... ..... 5 33 Geisert, H. L ............... 83, 457 Goar, Marian ............. .85, 523 Gr-andy, B, J ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 57 Q Fry, J. E. ....... .... 8 2 Geisler. C. J ........... . ..... 419 Gobble, W. E. ............ 174. 305 Granger, Helen ................ 514 ' Fry, Jeanette.. ,. ,,,525 Geissendoerfer, T. J ..,........ 473 395. 461 596. 598 Gransden, Dwight. . . . . . . .435 ? Fry, V. C ....... ...369 Geist, H. W ......... ..... 3 3. 464 Goble. G- W ------------. 193. 459 Grant, F. G. ...... .... 4 68 S I ll fi .5 ..x Ax .x Ax .ex A Ax .dx .ax Ax ..x .ax .ex .A .A .dx .ax .A .Aflh. z.. la. za. 11. 0. fa. 14. 1,- 11. 14. 12. za- I.. 1,. 1,. 1. 1.- 1,. 2 1. P . Page 658 rwrurnuv uvrwguggqggqgp ' . !' .57 I . V V ,az W 4,5 'lr ii-ll is qlfgp 5,101 ll IL nv 4-. A 22 2 I -2' I 5 9 . , INDEX oe Booxs AND PERSONS-C0nNnu6d 9 5 . ' .. ..... 88 Hammel, Richard .......... 306 446 1 G t, I'. R. .................. 337 Gumulauskas, J. C. ..... . . . Giizht, J. ,... 86, 338, 468 584, 605 Gundlach. N- J- ---.--- 199. 242. 143 Hammel. F- --------.---. ---437 5 Grant, uth .................. 544 Gungarson, R. M. ............. 308 Hammet, Lvelyn .... 7. .525, 563, 566 Gravelot, Isma ........ .86 545,566 Gunn, Ann ..............,. 88,1510 Hammerschrnldt, Maxine ......... 89 j Graves, Mn.-gm-at ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 25 Gunn, Helen .7 ..... ......... 5 21 Hampton, lx ............ ....... 4 43 ' Grawoi Bernice ........ ...... 5 20 Gunn, Marjorie .... ..... 3 08, 512 Hampl011. L ---- ---- ---- 4 6 3 3 Gray G, E .... 443 Gunn, R. S ......... ....... 4 67 Hampton. 5010 - "" '---39 l Gray, 7577, 598 Gunner, W. R. ........ . .,... 422 Hanafin, F. .' ......... ....491 5 'Gray,' Helen . . . ...... i ......... 522 guntherc Josephine .... ...... 5 2? ggggygn. fillfsbfth ---A - G , .L .... . ............. 425 urow, . ......... ....... 4 4 ' .- . ------ . - Giiiiy W. .... ..... 4 97 Gustafson, P. M.. .. ...439, 609 Hanck. M. W- '----- --------442 5 Grayhill, R. K.. .. ... 86 Gustafson, Ruth .... ...... 8 8 Hand. Fl'-11'0nCe '-""- ---489. 512 , Graylhofne A, R ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 57 Gustafson, Wesley ............. 442 Handelman, M. A. ...... ..50I 9 ' Greeley. Jeanette ............... 86 gustas9nbC. W .-.-..- -.3-5712. 2175 Ax ...... ..,.. 8 9, 453 G ,C-F .,,,,,,,,,, 5 , u'tat. eorge ........ 39 4 . a , . P Gxgg, D, E ,,,,,,,,,, , , Guztavison, Jane. .,........,... S29 Haney, C. H ...... ........ 3 70 f Green, Lieut. F. H. ............. 586 guslin. 7216110110 ---- --------- 2 gg Ilrllaniy. I-IbC. my .. .... 367. 435 1 Green, Frederick .... .--- 4 32.412 Uslln- 650 """' "" a n ms' om "" ""' ' f 1 , . G th G t d .... 535 Hankner, Oscar ..... ....583 L Hxaflgldl . . G3thiiidin'Albili'tr.u. .C ............. 465 Hanley, Sidney ..... . . . 427 I Green, Helen... .......... 272 Guthrie, R. M. ............ 425, 568 Hanna. E: All-, -.-- ----39 5 Green, Hilda .......... .544 3111511-inl. Herbert ...... 367. 372. 43g ganna. Vgrxunw ----- ---- Z gg G ',M.L.... .... 866 , 28 uyer,. . .................... annon,. ........ g Giigeii, P. M ..., ....... ci 5.390 gwin, Givendolyn. .. ..... .83. S12 gannunng. .. .. . . .89 G ,R, L ,,,,. ........ w inn. Uls ""' "" ' '-f--52 ansen, . . ........ . 9 49 ,591 , Giigggber L,,,, ..... Gymnuslr, Varsity .... .... 2 60 Hansen, . W. ........ 390,420,577 5 Greenberg' M ,, 319 Hansen, . W .... ...... . .. 461 grcenbulipiillllaitiii.. ..... 393 .... .... S 6 68.3253 . .... ..... 5 33 . , . .... .... , Griggs, Insulin. H lllll 4,1 I-I Hanson, L. .... .... . 90. 583 Greene, R. C. H N445, 86 Hanson, 7. A. ...... ... . .. .419 Greene, R. L. ..... .----- 4 13 Hanson, 'lhornas 452 Greene, Royner ..... ........ 5 83 Haas, Margaret . ............... 551 ganthfzm' BV' "" 236 Gffvnfleld. 5- L- ------ ---- - 3691 426 Haberichter Ruth ..... 175, 312, 518 Half." 'ug ""' "' O G100111121111. Joseph ---.-' -----' S 01 Hack, R. W. ......... . ........ 417 a','50"' 15 'ni """" I8 32, Greenleaf, W. ....... ......... 4 93 Hackbnnh, H. K .l.I. H88,3,2'349 Hart eman, horo y ..... 90 3 .5 Greenspahn, Mrnnette .......... 520 457' 604 Hafflln. R111 ------------. 397 1 Grcenstein. M. A- ------------.- 476 Haeke, A. F ..,.... ......... 8 8, 482 Harding- A- A '-'-' 366472 4'3'60-3 5 greenwella Pwhlh . .86, 415 4g2, 526 Hacknnsnmh' C. W. llllhl. 533' 593 gart11ng,kl'.lWil ........... .... 5 gg f reenwoo , . . .......... 7, 4 1 Hackett, Mary Illllll. ..'4.', 5 1, arcwtc , 'is er ......... 1 Greer, C. M. ................... 424 Hackleman, J. C. .............. 425 H111'dY. R- G- ---------- 90 330.363 9 Gre11t1.G-B ------........ 4337.481 Hmm, M. L. ................. 1.9 403-456. 516 S90-623 . ' 5...,...- ....... ' zzz eager. g- --"- 62' 23:21 re ana ...... 1 7 ......l.l...,.,,, , u ............,. . . . K Gregory, E. ........ ......... . 362 Hgdlgz C.. M ,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 gg Harford, E. F. .... 444 9 Gre110ry. 1'.111abeth .....-..-. 87. 522 Hadley, Clayton .... 583 Haw?" O' A' ---- -'-4'2 , S66 5711573 Hadley, lc. ........ .... 5 73 Hafklns- lll- B' ' 19-1 9 Gregory, Helen .... 87, 525 598, 607 Haebichl Roy ','.. l.', 4 93 Harkms, XX. H.. . . . . . . . . 450 7 Gretshelmer, hdfvard ........... 340 Hnnfnle, Lynn ,',., ,,,, 4 79 Harlan, L. S.. .... .90, 338 . 221 A :Qs . . - .-'-- --.-- . , .I , ,,,, I ,,,,,, ,,,,, a . . . ..... ...... . . Q Greflman. 010111 ---- -------- 5 49 Hgiilifiprlirli, D ..... ...... ......... 5 9 2 Harmening, Emilie ........ .... 5 16 Gffnnan- C- A --'- -'--' 8 7- 56' Hagnauer, Estelle ...... 88, 529, 604 H!l1'ml501'1.' K-.-415.437 557.573 Q, Grennan, A- ----- ------'- 4 93 Hahn, J. F. ...,........ 88, 341, 491 Harms, Billie ............. 525 1 GFCSS. lillliib?-11 ---- --f- 3 71. 526 Hnnn' R' F. '.l. .nll 3 34' 557, 569 Harms, J. N ........ ..... .... 4 6 1 5 Gress, Marjorie ................ 526 573' 589, 603 Ha.-ms, Alyra ,,,,,,,,,, 90 549, 699 P Gflcf. J- 5-- -7--- -'-- 37. 347. 349 Haier, O. C. .... ....... 2 61, 441 Harriden, Florence... ... ....551 5 Grgesser. R. ll- .---- --.------- 4 41 Hain. C, ,,,,, ,,,,, 3 69,459 Harned, J..H..- ...... ...... . .. 499 R 22522. l.2f1..He'f""' '---...'rig - -- .'2::::f"-.'1'.1-- - '- 321252 . - - ---.-- .--. . ames. . ......... ....... 4 2 . - - ------ --- .. lrihtdlyer in HU Hainsfuithqr' R' MH ' I I I H 368' 447 Harper B R 220 . ------- ---- a ire, .ouls- ....... .,..... 0 . . . ..... . . b Griffith. Russell ............... 487 Haldman, Rf5,,, , ,.,,,, 295 Her...-r. C. 11. ............. 429 5 1 Griffiths Lreut., D. W .... 2.6 gage, ,,,,, ,,,, H493 Il:IIarper, ...... ' I 4 . 91. ae, '. . .... . .... 4 3,557 611101. - - ------ -- - . Grixlrs. M- M ---.- -------. 3 08. 468 Hale, H. K ...... ........... 2 33 326 347 349. 603 .ff Grigsby, Florence .......... 308,512 Hale., j, B, ,,,,,,,,,,, 314,419,456 Harper, J. L. ..... 313,393 433,558 Grlgsby, Mrs. Helen M ......... 20 Hnlfnnnnyn H, '1' .,-, ",....'.,. 4 .5 Harper, R. A ........ . 368, 462 9 grgnsbye Madelyn .......... 7525.555 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 7, garner, 9vNi1 .... ........ ..... 9 0 rrl, . . ..... . ........ , ,, 7 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, arwer, ...40 P Grimes. Nedra ------ -.------ S 08 1-leill. 11. R. ...... ............ 2 'ii Hariver. W. T... 392 Grgmma. G- .A ------- ---- . 305.473 Hall, C. V. ........... 199, 215, 432 Harr, E. M ....... ..... 2 I9 Grimmer, Wtlbert .... ...... 5 67 Han, D01-i5 ,,.., ..347 505 518.555 H3111 Lcmi' ----'- 1 -------- 461 8r1ngley,uI7L S ..... . ..... Lian, Ilgorothy ..... 88 371, 312, 600 Ildlarrtngtrfin, B .... .... 2 42, 247 'rm er, lnona .... ..... 3 , . ,,, ,,, ,,,,,,.,., arrls, erntce.. .... .90, 531 grintfznkwilliam .... ..... 4 08 gag, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 8, garris, .... . ...... 391 rise, . ....... . ......,. 493 3 , j win ,,,, ,,,,, 5 67, 539 arris, . . .... ....497 Griswold. FIHHCCS ..---..-. ---. 3 33 Hall, Eleanor., .... 272, 295, 514 Harris, G. R .... . ..., 441 Grochowski. 1611131121 -.--- 337.527.5153 Hall, H. H.... ........... 372 Harris, H0106 ---- 545 G1061'I101'. 5161150110 -----.------- 5 3 Hall, Harry ,,,,.. ,461 Harris, Janet .... ....520 Grofl, D. R.. . .87, 479, 489, 591, 608 Hall, M, ,,,,,, I , ,,,, 491 Harris, Mr. .... . ....90 G1'0l1. H- B- ----------- 37.177. 199 Hall, Marcell. .... .......... 5 83 Harris, VW12111 ---- ---- 2 94 253. 429. 431. 565 Hall, Margaret ................. 533 HHrl'lS. W- G ----- ---- 3 92 groh, Hzgolil-I .................. 559 Hall, hlurjorie ,,,.,,,, 399 544, 563 Harris, W. S..l .... . ...... 368 10111213 - - ---..------------ 459 Hall, Russell .................. 602 Harrison, Char es .... . .... 306, 437 l 477. 560. 569 Hall, S. W. .............. 406, 567 Harrison, Eleanor R ............. 538 Gr0m0ll. l1'Vl11 ---- ------ ---- 4 5 3 Hall, Sarah .............. .88,516 Harrison, Helen M. ......... 90,536 greet, ..... ...... gan, Xlirgginia.. ..314 517, 562, 5202 H 1 J 563, 568, 573 r0S0. - ---- -- . a. . u. .............. .... 1 1 arrison, . ...... .... . 592 Gross, C. A ....... . ...... 261 Hall, W. J. .... ........ . . .434 Harriss, L. N. .... ...... . .455 Grossman, Charles ............ 470 Hallen, Irma .... .. ... .88, 311 Harrold, F. E .... .... . . . .432 grossman. .... 6 ......... 6 .603 Hallet, A. E. .... ..... 2 8, 4g9, 6557 garrold,gJ. F. ...... .... 4 04, 558 rvssmfln. - .--1 4.313.32 .470 5 9. 5 9, 03 arr . .uzanna ....... ....... . 525 Grossman, Samuel .............. 470 Hallsteen, H. I' .... ..... .... 4 3 3 Harshbarger, Pearl .......... 90, 536 G1'01h. Ff2111Cl'S --.------ 37. 505. 509 Halsey, Rebecca ... .... .89, 515 Harszy, W. H ....... . .90, 391, 584 grotts, 212:12 ..... ...... . 37, gagtung, LriduisJ .... ...,. . Sari, ...... . ....... .424 rove, .... . aversen. . . ....... 431.5515 ar.. ........409 Grove, Donald.. . ... .... 414 Ham, C. W .... ........... 3 91, 392 Hart, L. H ..-- ----470 GYOVGS. C- A ---- --------- - 37. 415 Haman, H. W. ............ .... 4 22 Hartell, John ..... .... 4 18 Groves, E. ...... ...--- 3 69. 408 Hambright, Dorothy.. .... .89, 544 Harler. Oren ....-.. ---- 4 92 GFOW. H- D ------- ------- ---- 4 3 3 Hambrook, Elizabeth ...... .... 5 44 Hartford, Virginia .... ....521 Grundin, Florence ..87, 311, 524, S64 Hamilton, Mrs. A ....,.... .... 5 73 Harting. Iris ....... .... 5 45 Grunwald, Marshall ....... .... 4 93 Ham1lton, Arthur.. ..,4l3. 605, 607 Hartley, Ilioseph.. . . .. . . . . . . .450 gruaengorllbl R. E. .... .......... 4 gamigton, .. . ..... .4723 Hartley, 'I.hJ ......... .... . . . .459 se, . . ...... .... 3 amlton, . ..,, .,.. . 9,5 artey, ' d ,.,. ..,,.. . . 7 Gualt, W. C. ..... .... 4 87 Hamilton, J. K ..... .. .89, 457 Hartline, ..... 320, 425, 5168 Gubbins, Darlene .... 519 Hamilton, R. R .... .... 4 15. 593 Hartmann, Charlotte .... ..... . 314 Gubbins, Mary .... 87 Hamilton, S. W .... . .... 438 Hartman, Frances ........... 90, 543 Gubbins, W. R.. .. ...... 496 Hamilton, T. S. ..,. ..... 4 24, 586 Hartman, S. X ...... ......451 Guild, Margaret .... ..., 5 06,562 Hamlett. R. T .... . .... 226, 232 Hartman, W. R ..... .... 3 69 Gulbrandsen, L. F.. . ........ 499 Hammaker, R. E... .. .89, 409 Hartman, W. W.. . .. . . . .448 Hartung, H. H ........... 50, 90,316 441.565 593 Hartz, F. C ...... ......... 4 O7 Harvey, J. A .... .... 3 93,489 Harvey, J. M. ..... ...... 4 74 Harvey, Loretta .... . . . 551 Harvey, Virginia ........ ...... 5 I0 Hasan, E. E. .......,..... .90 Haselwood, W. E.. .90, 347, 359, 363 , 453. 566. 586. 595 605 Hassln, Dr. .................. 592 Hasting, W. B. ........... 310 431 Haswell, R. E. ........... 598 Hatch, L. li. .......... 162,320 440 Hatcher, Alberdine .... 161, 174 272 281,326 506.555 569 Hatheld, C. C ........ ..... . . . 337 Hatfield, Lillian .......... 507 Hathaway, R. W .... ..3l9, 368 461 Hauck, Miller ..... .......... 4 I4 Haug, Virginia .... ..,. 5 0,91 524 Haught, W. K. .. ........ 493 Hausafus, E. T. .... ...... 4 77 Hauschner, Helen... .. . 531 Hauschner, Margot .... 531 Hausler, A. M. ...... .91 , Hausler, Alice ........ ...... 5 26 Haven, Winifred .............. 506 Hawbaker, Katherine ........... 506 Hawley, H. A ........... 91, 480, 560 Hawke, James E ....... ....... 4 63 Hawkins, Maxine B ..... .... 9 1 538 Haworth, H. A. ................ 455 Hayden, Lt. G. ........ 378, 586, 591 595 605 Hayden, R. D. .... ..,..,., 4 16 Hayes, E. G. .... ..... 4 26 Hayes, F. X. .... 441 Hayes, Francis .... 597 Hayes, Gertrude .... .... 5 I2 Hayes, J. L. ....... .. .... .91 Hayes, Lawrence ..... .... 4 35 Hayes, Mary ...... .... 5 16 Hayes, R. P. .... .... 4 50 Hayes, W. B .... . .... 336 Haygood, T. F ..... ...,.. 3 90 Hazard, Virginia ..... ...397 529 Hazel, Irene ...... ...... 5 44 Hazel, Wilma ...... ....... 9 1 Hazelwood. W. E.. . . ..... . .330 Heacock. W. E.. .. ..... 369,464 Heaps, Warren .... ......... 4 46 Heartt, Corinne .... ...... 5 18 0 Heartt, Hazel ..... . . ..... 91 ' Heartt, Margaret .... .... 5 18 Heater, E. F. ..... .... 5 84 Heath. V. L ..... 604 Heaton, H. C.. .. . . . .595 Heavy, Irene .... .... . .545 Hecht, Irving... .. .91 561 Hecht, R. ...... ...... 5 92 Hecker, J. M. .... 308 414 Hectman, H. R. ...... 316 332 361, 492 604 Hectorne, R.'L. .............. 492 Hedbloom, C. A.. .. .. ..... 497 Hedges, Mildred .... 544 Hefferren, F. C. ...... 492 Heffernan, Helen ..,.......... 532 Hegenbart, Geraldine ..,.....,. 518 Heg1:ie,dJanet ............. 294 542 Hegglan , L. ..,..... ...... 3 47 Heicke, Dorothy ..... 539 9 Heideman, Grace ........... 91 516 Heideman, Lydia ............. 544 Heidloff, R. C. ...199 260,469 583 Heidman, Virginia ............ 525 Heier, Edith ......... .91, 525 563 Heikes, Mary ............. 528 Heikes, Neil .,....... 228, 337, 454 Heilman, Ruth ....... 294. 295, 517 Hcimnn. D- .91. 319. 347. 458 595 Heimerdinger. Ernest ...... .91 Heimlicher, Frederick .......... 406 Heineman, F. W ..... . .91,395 403 438. 596 Heinson, N. R. ....... 160, 226 232 Heintz, E. L ,............ . 495 Heinze, W. A. ....... 162.302, 303 , 356 483.556 586 Heltler, W. .............. 369 Helfrick, William .... .... 4 55 596 Helmar, C ............., ...... 4 96 Hembrough. H. E .... . .... 320 425 Hemming, C. S. ............... .91 Hemminger, C. A..305,316,317 598 Hemphill, H. ......... .... 2 07 414 Hemphill, Robert ..... ........ 4 94 Henderson, Alice ..... .... 9 1 508 Henderson, George .... .... 4 74 567 Henderson, H. .... .... 3 26 490 Henderson, Me vin ........ . . . 579 Henderson, Robert . . . .... 416, 454 Henderson, W. S. .... ..,,,, 4 49 Hendricks, Betty ..... ...... 5 I4 Hendricks, C. A ...... ........ 3 69 Hendricks, Kathryn ..... 91, 527 599 Hendricks, Marion ..... 161,272 527 Henne, Frances ......... 51, 92, 157 170. 316. 545 mx .ax .ex AX .qt .xx .xX AX .AS .sX .QX .xX .nX .xX .xX .A .A .sX .sX AX .AAXIA 11. 11. A.. 11. 11. 0. 14. 11. 11. 14. 14. 14. 12. 11. 1,- 1.. 14- 14. 1. IQ 4 Page 659 ' ' fxfxfv-3 ,, , 9-f 1ruH1lE1l- 7 any lm. Lu-11 - , .4 4gL 95' Nm!iv Y Ae 1 W 7 ' 2 l " ls 5 4 5 . 4 , INDEX or Boolcs AND PERSONS-continued , 9 4 5 Henner, Robert. .. ... 501 Hoar, Edith ...... ... 3, 566, 57 H , E l . ..,... ... 6, H . 7 4 C Henninger, R. G.. . . . .... 92 Hoban, Francyne ....... .. .93, SIS Hglhgmarxelglcllatrlce ..... 95. 545 .' 5 Henri-kin, John ' .... .... 4 35 510 Hobbs, C. C. ...... ...... 9 3, 586 Horner, G, L ............... 565 606 Humphrey R C 'H '444 4 Henrnck, Margerite .... ....... 5 45 Hobbs, Glenita ..... . ...... 507 Horner, G. S ....... ........ 1 99 Hundley if 'C " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '414 5 Henry. W. F ...... . . ..... .92 Hoblit, Nancy .......... .... 5 28 Horner, George ... .... 436 598 Hunolt, 'Edward' .. .HU Z446 4 HC'11Sl9Y- RHlDl1--- ---- 465 Hockaday, Laurence .... .... 4 36 Horner, M. V. .... ......... 9 5 Hunneman, C, 1-j,,,, HH47, 4 Q HUDSON- G--1 ---- - -- .---- 474 Hockaday, L. W ....... .... 3 62 Horner, R. M. .... ...- 3 08. 406 Hunsaker, F. S. ..... ....482 ' ' HCD11C'r- P- lv- -------- ------' 4 50 Hockaday, Winona .... 2.522 H0r11i112. E- W ---- ------- 5 72 Hunsicker, Kathryn .... ....SIX R 5 HPDDCS- Jvrfgmv A f---- ----- 9 2- 433 Hockenyos, G. L ....... ....... . 93 Horr, Ronald ..... .444 Hunson, J, A, ,.,.,. .l,.., 90 4 7 Herbvrser. UC0rKf-Y ---- ---. - 422 Hockenyos, George .... ...567, ,580 Horrall, R. E. .... ..... 4 49 Hunt, Frances .... 508, 506 B 5 Herlan. C- R- ------- - ------ 477 Hacker, Carolyn ........ ...... 5 28 Horrigan, Helen ...,. .... 9 5 371 Hunt, Leigh .... .... l ..., IS 4 p Herman. ------ .---- 9 2 592 Hockey, KW. A. AJ ..... .... 2 89 Horsley, G. W. ....... ..... 3 69 Hunt, L. H .... ...... 5 86 N , Herman- C- D ---- ------. 4 15 Hocking, K. D ........ .... 5 56 Horticultural Club ...568 Hunt, M. B .... ..... 4 21:96 Q Herman- I- C-- -- ----- 92 593 Hodam, Gladys ..... ....... 9 4 Horton, Hazel ..... ........ 5 ZI Hunt. M. C. ...... .... . .479 4 , Herman' Mary "'- -"-- 5 45 Hodge, C. A ..... ....., 9 4, 593 Horton, Olive .... .......... 5 50 Hunt, W. J ......... ...... 4 93 1 9 Herr, H. E. .... ..... 4 SI Hodge, Charles .. ........... 583 Horton. R. C .......... 165, 219 442 Hunter, David ................ 34.1 Q b Herr, Ruth ..... 92 545 Hodgman, R. C ........ 241,457, 556 Horwitz, B. ... ................ 592 Hunter, Merlin H ..... ..... 3 36,465 7 9 gerralla, JK .... .... 4 79 533 goiigson, Azime .... ........... , 94 Iljlloistager, iilai-ge M ..... .. ...517 i-ilunter, W. H. ................ .493 Q Hrr!C'- -, -, ---- ------- 5 O o gson, '. .... ............ , IIS 0 c iss. . ....... ..... 4 05 untington, W. C. ..... 391, 411, 582 ' Herrin- M3rJ0rlC ---- ----- 9 2 523 Hoef r, C. W .............. 367,441 Hottenstein, E. K ..... ........ , Hu t , El' b th ,,,,,,,,,, ' 9 Hvrrlrl- Pbiljll ---- ---- - -- 436 Hoefle, Jean ........,...... 527, 568 Holtes, A. C. ...... .....,.. 4 Hulleljoll.. L.l.z?.? .... ......... lg Q 5 Hf2rrl11K0r- lv- .l ----- --------- 9 2 601 Hoelscher, E. C.. . .163, 176, 417- 559 Hottes, C. F. ..... .... 4 21 557 Hurd, Pauline .... ...... 5 39 4 I ---------- 369 455 II:iloelschfr,IJi. P ..... . .....- Sgl- 423 'i-iottei. H, ...... ....... 4 89 guriey, RD .... ..... 9 6, 600 N f 5 ' r 1' --"'-"------ 415 0011. 5- ------- --------- 1 5-457 ouc ens. osie ..... 513 ur ey, . ..... ...... 9 6,395 1 9 HCrSChb1lClj. W- 241- 393- 434- S53 Hoersch, Henrietta .... ........ 3 96 House, Julian .... .... 8 , Hur h, M th ........ 6, 6 N , Hcrshrnbfln- Irwin ----------- 561 Hofer, A. W ........ .... 9 4, 331 Housh, Ray .... .. ,gg 4532 Hur:h, R.ali.?. .. .... 421, 456, 390 5 9 Hershey- A- W- --------------- 534 Hofer, Alvin ...... ...340, 580 Houts. Darnetz ... ........ 505 Hurt. A. T ..... ........ . . .499 Q 9 Hershey, D. ..... ..-. . 369 439 Hoff, Elizabeth .... ...... 5 I4 Houts, Garnettc .....- -95 362 Hurt, C. S ....... ...... 9 6, 603 - f H9r5hf'.Y- EUR01116 ---- ----- 5 03 Hoff, F. C ....... ........ 4 S9 524 564 599 Husband. Ruth .. ..... 96, 526 Q F ..... .... 4 3 ggiff, R.r . .U .... ..... , 539, 432 gow, .. ...198 IQQ :gr guska,-I Sielphen .. ..... .469 4 - ' - - -"'-'--- 0 r ert. ouise ...... 94- 5 5-599 owar , . . .... ............ U SS. . . ........ . , r Herskovitz, lfearl .......... 317 534 H0ff?1'llU1- A- -l --'-- '----' "---- 4 9 3 Howard, Ei. A ..... ....,., 9 5 Husseman, Dorothy .... E96,A6tl-4 T , Hertz. liaurme H281-371. 533 660 Hoffman, Charlotte .... 94, 395, 607 Howard. lf.. W .... ........ 3 69 Hussey, Mary ................. 573 4 I Hertz. lt. S ................ 368 455 Hoffman, H, A., Jr. .......... 94, 426 Howard, F. C ........ .......... 4 24 Hussey, S. C ..... .............. , 572 X 5 Herllfl- R-I ------- ------- 9 2 601 Hoffman, H. B ............ ..... 4 I2 Howard, Frances ...... 161 177 272 Husted, F. E. ................. 444 4 9 Herzvu- M- E ------- ----- . 311 493 Hoffman, J. H .................. 419 231- 326- 525 555 562 HUSIOII. A. D.. .97, 464, 560. 591, 603 Q 5 Hesdorf1'er, M. B ............ 476 Hoffman, Maxine .............. 545 Howard. K- J ------- 95- 391 468 602 Hl1lCbinRS. H. E. ....... 97, 403, 467 1 Q ggsnmt-shi. C ..... .... 9 2. 199 404 goiiman, Ili, . . .94, 403 458. 525 Iliowardk M. R ................. 444 Hutchins I J 586- 598.608 Q - 15- Y f ------- --------- S I4 o man, ic ar .............. 5 1 owe, .ugene ............ 462 , - - ---------- -----.. - 477 4 9 Ht-ss, J. I-i ..... ....... ..... 4 5 495 Hoffman, Sally ................ 317 Howe, J. W ........ ....... 5 87 HUlChl11S0n- iglmcs ..--...-.---- 567 S 5 izlless, IL. GH. . . .... ..... 4 91 Il.-ioiiman, R ...... ...-463. 527 goweii, Fiinab ,,,,, ,,,, 5 I3 604 iilliiliclglhnson, wiiscxla ......... . .97 4 955'35Wf'l'f- 050D , . ..... ...... ' ,f' l .... ....... C mson' - - . I Hcssler. -'WCC -------- ---- Htllfsblgrllner, Vdlentine ....... 94, A5412 Hgllgll, e ..... ..... 3 Hutlefr A- A- ------- E 9 Hessler, R. A.. ....... - -- 426 Hogan, William ...... ...... 4 98 Howell. G. E ...... ...4I2 Hutton. Mary .--------------- -507 - Q P Hester. Corrame .... ..-- 5 39 Hoge, Dorothy ....... ...314, 512 Howk, B. W .... ,,,, 9 5 HUUOD- W- A- ----------------- 449 , Q HCSIU- Lilllrfi ------ -92 Ho cndoblcr. H. R .......... 572, 608 Hoy. G. M ..... ,,,416 HYHU- R- Ani: .... 97, 406, 567, 586 Q 7 getiier, Rgssiiiene . . . ..... 396 Hogengarteiiw Ernestine .... 309, 523 goyt, RCM ..... , , ,323 gyrliiegnbiary Elizabeth ...... 396, 545 4 I Htgiiqiierr . ...... .... 5 57 591 Ho mnan, iette .............. 524 uang, . . . . , , ,5 4 . w. -............... . . . .592 X , . . -. J ..... .... , 6 6 1-1 't, E. S. ............ 6 , 6, 586 Hubata. J. A .... Hynds. h. J ................ 97-435 9 Hvwlll. C. E ..... .... 527 Hldland, E. ..... . . .l. .2. . .496 Hubata. R. ....... ..... L5 Q , Hfwill- F- M ---- ---- 4 O4 412 Holappa, S. J ...... ............ 9 4 Hubbard, A. D. ...... ....... 4 77 Q gey. Bic-itiliizh .... ........ . .. 535 Holbrook, F, W,, .... ...... 1 29, 238 II-iullilliarg, 1190-iothy ....96 529 I Q 5 eyn. . ................. 92 31 ' 413 5 5,5 7 u ar , 4: ......... . .... 96 442 4 Q Hibb , Helen .............. 514 571 H l h, El .b th .......... 458, 529 Hubbard, lf. C. ............ .... , 6 O 5 , Hickzrson, Ruth.. .265,499, 524 543 Htdlden, Vll?1H? ..... . ........ 163 Hubbard, Laurence A. .......... 442 I A G-ls M - 86 Q 4 Q Hickman, B. I. ....... ......... 4 23 Holderman, J. F ..... .... 4 25 Hubbard, L. 0 .......... 96 320, 341 IB' ' A' ' 'UU' ""' ""' 2 66 4 ' Hickman, F. S. ............... 408 Holgrcm, E. C ........ .... 4 90 391,394 584 594 I kcr' ,xi ""' W "" ""' ' 5 ' Hickman, Walter H ...... 92, 463 601 Holiner, Marjorie Lee... 520 Hubbard. Lois -------- 515 568 604 Igegili nna """" ' ' ' ' 'zo X giciin1an,,li7r?ncis ...... . .... 507 Hgllands, Robert ..... ... 462 gusgaiii, RRaghael ............. 573 Illini Ai1mEiJ6n.cm. I ic man, 1 1 ...... 92, I5 ,175 212 Hollingsworth, L, ,,,,, 407 u e . ...... ........ 5 66 mini Boyd of Control, Thr. I HMSO: 1 325- 309- 379- 395- 403- 412 S86 Hollis Nedra ,,,,,, ,,,, 9 4, 513 Hubble, YVllllam ... .... 308 414 - - HQCRDX. Lvl' ------------------ 419 Hollister, Sally .... ......... 5 O9 Huck: P. B. ....... ........ 4 21 ffllzlflmber of Commeuc ""' SEEKS' Ek'-SW' -4-5 23? S3ll3w?".3' "5--5 'isoggl S33'5l'5Ss.E' '1-af.-Q." "Um 22.1 55594 ':!,51r'3i?'5'5t'5'i-' 5'r'9'if'197 --14 Hier, Edith ..... ..... 295 Holman, W. iv ...., .... 307,434 Hudgens, 1-1, 1: ................. 369 H7222Tj,'wQ1j'2'u,fQ'f'f'f'f'f'jfffjigjg Hreronymus, A. G ......... .93 Holmes, Harriet ..... 515, 568 Hudson, D. M. ..... 96 349 409 415 mini Week, Thc I6 Hieronymous, R. E ..... 280 Holmes, Louise .... ...... , 371 Hudson, Herbert ............... 557 171i,,,,gs Ag,,9:Q,77u,a'7i-Q' """ gm H1Klll1lS- W- H-- ----- ---- . 163 Holmes, M. C ...... ........ 3 QI Hudson, H. E ..... ...,.... 4 61, 608 171i,,,,i, Afagazgn,-, Thkl. """ 3,6 Higgins, W. W. ..... ......... 4 56 Holmes, S. H. ...... .... 9 4, 428 Hudson, Leona .... .... 3 96 1715,,,,gJ Union The "" ""-324 Hild. W, C. .............. ... 444 Holmes,-W. E ......... .... 9 4, 422 Hudson, R. D ..... .......... , 337 17150, The ,935 l . ' .315 5:la':i::2:d-P"-,M"-.-14.-. 22? -'lalsaue' HW" "mist Hx?-222. Tc R1--'---"-....'....-211 555f0,S'zff - ------------ 1, . ........ , , ., ....... -, ' , . . ........ , ' J, S , 431. 559- 537 601 Holston, M. M. .... ...... 5 65 Huexvly. C. R ----- , ----- 96 329 601 mf 'l5,hLf'r,aTfv ,am y 544 232 Hilgenburg, Fred .......... 436 491 Holy, Alice ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 9 4 guiineigariit, Otto lx ....... ..... 4 42 HM' ' """"" ' 'Qui Hill, Aaron ............. . 409 HHYC, M ,,,, ,,,367,4g5 u, . . ............ 35 197 198 ll Hill. Almabelle ..... 550 Hglt, E. G. .... ...... 4 40 199- 406 560 583 I,:i':0f'Lg:,l,,':.0li0f4. Teiainfzz gudiiee .... ..... 9 3 343 iilniniia .... :gg .....,.. 436 491 Imhoff' Hamid l,."".'.l 591 1 - - - ----- --'---- 4 0 0 - - ---- '----- 4 ' . ---- -- -... ...573 Independent Council, Tho.. 332 333 Hill. If. ...... ..... 9 3 6OI Holt, M. ....... ...367. 582 Hughes. Catherine ............. 507 7 4, ,1 b'l' K Hill, 1. w ....... ..... 4 93 aa., 1-14-1-191.-6 ....... 94 Hughes. 19. S .................. 432 1II,.i','ff,'L,'?'F-J",ff'f,jjjjjjj 3113232 .. . :gg i-ilgiil-iJn,Jl1ini ..... .... A gg llgzirlN--96- 331- 440 556 sgo Infantry Cadet Olivers .... . ....382 , . . . ..... , 1 ...... .... , L .................. , 0 , ,,,,,,,,,, , , , , , gill, H. D ..... ....... . 93 Holzman, H. D ...... .. ....419 Hughes, Gordon .............. 256 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ' Hiii, XR. ...... ......... 2 22, ggiigmaindlnifiils ....... .... 55 iii-nel .... ,, ,510 Ingeman' M. J .-'.. "'- 9 7' 468' 567 i , ,. . .................... , U ........ . ........ v ', 1 . . ................. 495 lngenman R. L .,.,,',,.,,,., N463 Hll, L1 'renee ............... 419 I1 nc Economrs Club .......... 568 Hu he', NI. R .............. .... ' HE--, ..... -3. .-4-. -.--. --. Hglner, .-..-...Jr ......... ,..... 4 ... -1.2-..2, a-..-.- H ....,.. ......... Z I-1 lBESl3'?"115--C111111'.1111',1T?5'.'3ZZ ...... 506, i-ion1eii1Gi-iirgi-:L ..... ....... 9 5, 433 ................. 43g Ing,-an-,' Marguerite ,'.,.,.,',,. 16, - - ---------- omu , . ............. ....49 -. .1 ----- ----...... .... 6 ' 1.6. 3 Hlllf'l110lf'r- .l- K --------- 93. 536.605 Honens. J. G ..... ............... 9 5 HUJUICS- R-, R- ---------------- 459 Ingwersen, T. B ........ Hilliard, Helen .............. .516 Honens, R. W ........... ...... 4 13 HUllh?5- Wlrl ---------------- -446 Innis, C. N ..... ..378. 411. 586.591 Hills. 0. R ---- ---- 1 99- 213- 229. 413 Honold, R. l'..264, 319, 369, 393, 473 Hllllhlil- Anna -------------- --597 Intercollegiate Flying Club ...... 556 Hillyer, J. D .... ........ 9 3, 582. 601 Honorary and I,f0f6IJl0lll1l ....... 575 Hughs. Thomas ................ 411 lnggyjmgfmigy C-mmf! ,,,,4,,,, 403 gil13klf'- lflflliyu ------------ 509- 609 51071075 W ................... 389 5 ...... ............ 5 82 gnnr.L,iuirury Cclouncil .......... S69 ,11 0101- Y- - - ------------ - - -445 onza, . . .................. OI . . - ----------------.-- 9 ntcrsc aortic irrus HQHP- M- R -------------------- 495 Hood, Florence .... 95, 304, 522, 571 Huie, N- F- ------------------- S68 Interrcholurlic Track Meet ....... Hinman, Isabel ............ 314, 544 Hood, Harry .- ----- --"------- 4 36 Huie, W. B ................ 407, 596 1,,7mmu,a7 .'.-....-.. ,637 ,647 ,65 Hlnlflrl- E- C- ------------------ 514 Hooper, J.'Li.i ............. 95, 500 Hulbert, H. S .................. 494 lnlramilral Delzalc ......,...... 350 Hirsch, Dorothy ....... 3I7, 531, 565 Hoover. Virginia ...... 320, 510, 568 Hulick, Zola .................. 96 Iota Sxgma pl ................. 396 5 Hirsch, R. ........ ...93, 311, 500 Hope, J. W. ........ ...... 3 06. 419 Hullng. R. ................... 491 Ireland, C. E .......... 367, 394, 466 9 Hirsch, Cr. H .......... ......... 4 70 Hopkins, B. .... 44, 336, 409. 424 Hull, C. M. .............. 367, 455 Ireland, Casey ................ 442 5 Hirsch, M. C ........... .... ,... 4 5 3 Hopkins, D. I'. ................ 456 Hull. Ethel 50. SI4, 96, 354, 505, 555 Ireland, Clement .............. 418 5 Hirst, Anne ........... 93,327, 510 Hopkins, Helen ............... 524 Hulsman, H. W .... ...... . . . 556 Ireland, Dora ............. 311, 526 x Hirth, l'. ..................... 496 Hopkins, T. R ............. 368, 461 Hultberg, H. T: ........... 368, 464 Ireneus, Carl .................. 465 5 Hise, Robert' .................. 583 Hopp, Ralph V ..... ............ 4 33 Hultzman, H. R.. ........,.... 428 Irick, Celia ........ ...... 5 50, 569 X gissL?In1.i, S ............... . .212 goppenraliii, lLe0na ............ 528 Humbert, F. ......... , Jog, lgl iris? ' 1 i 1 i 'ws' 320' 346' 478 5 ic , .1 ian ...... 93, 573, 05, 07 opson, ere ................ 414 199-513-43 .1 0 ris , . ........... ...... 4 78,495 I - 4 H h ......... . . - '. ......... ....... . T- W- ----------- --.. . ' . 5 f'C cock' ', G .1-.,.?,Z,22Z,2.ZZ S3121 Ml.. .... , ..... ..'f'Tf'.gZfZj1 H32Ii?l?C. H., ..........,..... 232 l5L'.l'f'L'f'-f'.'.:1::::::1::1:::1:?3l 4 ' Hitchcock, W ................ 415 Hornberger, F. W.. .95, 367. 372, 566 Humiston. C. l'. .... ..... ....... 4 9 7 Irwin, S. C ............ ...... . 419 P Hoagland. lx. lx ....... ...... 9 3, 4Il Hornbuckle, L. S. ............... 95 Humm, D. L .... ........... , 393, 595 lseminger, W. C. ........... 488, 608 5 Q ' . bl I4 ,fi .A .R -R A -R .ax A ..x Ax .ax .A ..x .ax .x .A .A .A .ax .A .AZ5A. 1.. 0. 0. 0. 0. 12. 14. 1,. 0. 14. 0. 1,. 0- 1,1 .v,- 1.. 1,. 1,. 1. P Page 660 V4 7 U' 'll' IHI IE flfgp 5,4112 IIIL Ll l1IJD fxfofxm vi Zhi -L .41 IP Y 1 INDEX or Booxs AND PERSONS-continued Isenberg, A. ....... 97, 199, 259, 4,37 Johnson, Carol . .... .... 5 25 Jordan, S. R, ............... .. 584 Katzman, L. .... .... 4 84 Isted, D. C. ................... 367 Johnson, Charles .... .... 5 97 Jordan, W. K. ..... 164, 393, 430. 558 Kauffman, C. ...... ....,. 4 I4 ltaluzn Arts Club ............... 570 Johnson, Dean . .... .... 4 29 Jordan, E. H. ................. 369 Kauffman, O. T .... ...101, 411 Ittin, J. ..................... .332 Johnson. Donna .---.---------- 528 Jorgensen. C. J .......... . ..... 393 Kaufman, C, G, ,,,, ,,,,9,, 447 Ittner, R. T..,164, 316, 393, 441, 565 Johnson, Dorothy .......... 295, 521 Jorgcnson, M ..... .... 3 91 587 Kaufman, E. U H ...,of 98, Johnson, D. V ...... 99, 414, 586, 608 Joseph, Louis . .... ..... 5 01 Kaufman H. ll.. H ' Johnson, li. H ................. 456 Joshi, A. K ..... 427 Kan,-mnn' I """' ijhnnn J JSIISZSH' il" .5 1.1.1.1 1.4.1 3.9 1323 ifiillfk Y...Z'.C1.' 11.. 232 1411111115 11'-11111'1-5-5 5 3 331615-1313 11- ' ' " " ' ' 589, 598 Jost, H. H. ....... ....... 4 7,3 K f S 605 , h ' , lid d . .............. 459 Jourdan, A. M .... .... , 115 8 11 man' ' "" ' """"' 501 JabbY1 Hln-'ffl '-'-' -"' 4 94 Jghgzgh, Emvl'l'y" . .. .... 506 Jourdan, L. R ..... ....... 2 28 Kaufman' W' H "" "--6201440 Jaburek, Marjorie .... ...521 Jnnnsnn Ffnnf ....nn Jnnrfsi Hnnfef -lrl ..'. ' ,fs 5,4 Kaufman, C. L ..... ...... 1 Ol Jack-. DUNS ---'-'-'- -'-" 5 50 Johnson' I5 T .':f' .... 375 Journey. J. .... ...- 4 24 586 Ifaullke' D0'0'hY --" ---IOL 521 Jacklm, N. L. ..... . ............ 595 J9hn5nn' G: .'.l'. 1475 Joyce, J, I1 .,... ..-.. 4 66 Kautz. Helen . 527 ackman, Anna Louise ...... 161, 272 Jnnnnon' G EH H ...'nn' soo Judah, C, B,, ,, ,,,,,,, 413 Kaveney, I. E.. .. . . . . . . .499 395. 545 569 599 fnhngon' H' B l.-' ,,,35o, 593 Judd, C. EJ .... ...... . 368 478 Kawal. E. J ..... ...2o7, 416 Jlachmag, Mary ............... -54g Johnson: E ..... ...'.99, 2120 Juds9nbH. ................. 423 Kay, F. D.. . . . . . .. ......411 HCS- - ---------"'--------- 49 - . , uea. erely ......-- 505.5115 K .R.T ......... . Jackson, H. W. ................ 411 'BREEZE' Julian, W. L...5o, 100,354 403 419 K'6?1'ley, Clifford R... Jackson, Helen ......... 97 395. 545 Johnson' J' .,,, 303 581 602 Kean, Mary ..... .. ....545 J3CkS01l. Ruth .... .......... 5 09 Johnson' J' .... 453 Jun, Charles ................. 445 Kearnaghan, H. li .. ..... 368 Jacob, Lucille ................. 525 johnson' J.' -... 369 Jun, James . .... . ... 445 Keating, D. J. ..... ..... 1 02, 466 JHCOYJ. P- 12 .--.-..-- '..- - --605 607 Johnson' John ,U ,.,,,,,, 4.1 Jung, Elizabeth . ..... .... 1 00, 516 Keck, W. F. ..... .......... 439 Jacobs' D- D' """""' 97 329 390 Johnson' J R .... ......... 4 95 JUNK. Mrs. Moses. ...... .... . 573 Keener, C. A .... .... 3 91 584 594 452. 577 596 598 Johnson, 499 Junior Ca Commillvc .... .... 1 64 Keeton, R. W .... .... ' . .' Q95 Jacobs. R. L ..... 51.97.316 403 461 Johnson' Lnnnn' A f.'f.'99'35,,'994 Junior lnzrrmal. ....... 163 Keilholz, 11,7 ,,,, ,,,, 4 ,S ,,93'991, ' Jacobs. W. F .-.... 163.555.4111 455 Johnson' Lnfnncu' ' 99 54, Jumor Pram ......... .... , 156 557 Keiser. Grace ....... 507 Jacobsen, C. J .................. 421 ' --" ""'- 1 - Jnrnefnnfs' V' nw Kenn Cnr, J 4 Jacobsen, Edith ............... 5.19 1Qf,n-ahhh --...... 435 Jun' E. ,,,,mmH 465 Keith- G S- 1 ----- -------- 4 07 Jacobsen- H- 11---- ---- -112 411 ...........' .1 1 , .... 3111... 1---. e. 11 .......... -ee Keith: 611.51111 ........ 11' 232 Jacobsen, M. ...... ....... 4 91 Johmoni M. L,... 469 Jutton, Emma R .... .. 515 Keith, Lewis EH, ' has Jacogson- Q"'ff"e ""' Johnson: M.' R.'.'.'.'...'.'.',1i7.'.i58.'445 Keith. Mary .... fff.ffff.'f281.s27 Jaco Son' .' '-"' ""' 6 Johnson, N. ................... 496 Kehoe. l5l1zabelh...161. 162. 163. I74 Jacobson' h' C' "" "'97' 49 Johnson Nedra . .... . .... 551 107, 356, 519 599 602 Jacobson. J. .... ..... 5 05 Johnson' n C -- 450 K Kane, R. .ru - -- 967 972- 488 gggggigg' " Johnson: lj. EDEN: E. '. .... '. . .'.556 Jacobson: Nihon U Huw: 535 Johnson, I. F .... .... 5 77 linden, L. J.: .........".'.... 453 Keller. G. M. .... ............ 4 0,3 , ,6 nson, . .... ..... 9 9 e er. uy .................. 404 Jacobson. l. ...... ........ 4 47 fnznsnn IE IE 479 lI2agens,IRub1n ......... .6 .... 6.5612 Knncr H WV Io! Hn 66 608 1223331.56 S111 1 If 1' 1 1 1 1 Zi! Johnson' ,15-,1-f, ...... .... f gf 52.1519 .'f....,'1.i..' 2.31 231: ZS. 555555 gn1',,- -- ---------- '-n'--533 ,, 0n50n. all ------- ---- - ' ',zt .............. ,, - " . """ '-5.-. 1"3Ii"'H'.I1f Q..-E66 Jehnsen. Raymond .... .. .--- 437 K:g:e"r.'eI-'ritz .............. . jf? kelky' P' 1----9 ----- 478 Jaffe. J. . ...... .... 5 92 gglfmggg' Egger: """""' "" 2 Kaf21ser,BW. V .... ..... 1 00,411 606 501511 13- -1 ------- ----492 Jaffray, D. S .... ...... 4 99 - C S - -------------- 'a n, crnice .... .......... 5 31 - - - --------- -102.395-449 ' h ' hf. C ...',."" ' .'-... 97 593 Johnson, Ruth Mary .... 161, 284, 285 Kahn, E, -.-'.. -l-....-'- 3 32 Kellman. Bernard ............. 476 Jghning, C. C .............. 227, 416 236. 294- 295- 512 Kahn, Eunice .... ,... 534 lfenoll- P- V- ------ 373- 337 536. S91 James, A. L ................ . .. 443 giuth ..... 99. 547. 517. ig? Kahn, hi S ..... .... 4 5,1 kgffgllzlznhni- - -I-6.9 -I-6 - . .6 - - . .6 498 -. ....... -"- -------------'-- ' ....... .'--.3.1.1.. S. ..... 2:2 Johnsen. Sveinbiern .-------- ---459 Marguerite , .156-358. 510. 543 535. 253 Jamcroman Literary Socwly ..... 570 J0hnS011. V- S -------------- ---- 4 93 Kahn, Ruth ...... 311 Belly- Cornelia ------------- -- 510 Jamison, D. D ................ 495 Johnsen. W. ...... .--310- 474 Kalom, Joseph . ..... 588 IECUY- G- P -------.. . .228. 219. 417 Jamison, W. O. ............... 404 .l0h115011. W- A ----- ------ 4 57 Kaltenbach, R. H .... ..... 1 00 kelly. J. Ixdgar ..... ........... 4 33 Janensch, E. W .... .... 4 31, 556 .l0h115011. W, R --.--. ---- 4 32 Kaltenthaler, Wilma ...... 100, 543 ISUHY- W- H ----- --------- 4 66 Jannssen. v. ..... 565 hlf1l1g11r11 ---- 229 haminic Beg n ........... 481 kgmy-JHn,G---- ...1oa.421 nofsky.J. ....... 592 . --Q --... .... 3 min y, , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,H595 , . ......417 Jansen. N. R. .... . ........ 408 J0hnsone,'H. F.. .. .... 424 Kamm, Grace ........... - ..... 5 36 lffmlh Mildred .. .. ...102. 571 Janssen, Neora ...,'42O, 524, 568 Johnsos, hthel ..... ..... 9 9 Kammannp l'. H. . .162. 170-317 328 liendan- Dfmald - -567 Japan Trip, The ............... 242 J0h11Sl011. B- H ----- ---- 4 35 356 403 462 Kendall- Q0"0lhY --------- 536 Jarman. Pauline ........ ...... . 98 J0hl1St0n. D. B ...... ........ 3 68 Kammerer, li. L ....... 101 606 609 lfendflllr 1213011 ------------- .-.459 Jarvis, L. l'.97, 98, 363, 426, 587, 600 Johnston, D. W ........... ...... 4 I2 Kammerer, R, C, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 367 Kendall, G. I' .......... 264, 464, 591 Jasinski, V. J ................. 493 Jelmsten. 12av1d 1 .............. 449 Kamp, li. B ...... ..... 2 I9 463 Kendall. Marxzery .............. 542 Java, J. J.. Jr ................. .98 J0h1'lSl0n. I-16111. l'-. C- - -373. 586. 591 Kamp, R. L ........ 219 408 Kendall. Mary . .--- ---- - 295 Jeanmairet, Georgia ........ 311, 510 J0l'111S1011. F1'1'df.'riCk ......---..- 558 Kampe, F. T ........ . 491 Kendall. R. D .... ...102, 415 Jefferson, B. L ..... ..... 444 J0hf1Sl011. F- G ------ -------.. 4 82 Kamphoefner, Henry ...... 428 Kendall. W- B- --.-- --.- - -443 Jefferson, W. M ..... ..... 4 04 J0h11SV-011. F- L ----- ---. 4 03 Kane, Beatrice ........... 517 lfendeihlh. S. C ..... ....49o Jeffrey, Garnet .. .. ....... 544 J0h11Sl011. Helen ...99 Kane, Mary Elizabeth..1o1 544 563 IV-Wlenlly. Eileen ....519 Jeffrey' J- R ffff ,,,, 4 33, 586 Johnston, Isabel .... 525 569 Kendrick, H. W .... .... 5 77 Jeffries, Mary .... .... 5 16, 607 J0h11Sl011. M3119 --- ----597 Kane, R. ................ ... 498 KCUJS. C. ...-... .---447 Jenison, Frances .... ..... 5 25 -.f01f:11S:0n. U .--- ---. 4 Eg Kantorifhyra 505 534 fenister. lilieleln .. .. 551 - ..'...' L onson, oert.... . .... 44 'au1L, een ,,,, , f 'eniston, . " f ffffllff Johnstone, J. L ..... .... .... 5 9 1 Kao, T, 3' ,,,,,,,.,, Keniston, Lucille .... ...jOQ, Jenkins' S. G fhfff ".. 9 3, 419, 4,3 Johnstone.. J. R ........... 165, 421 Kapernick, Stuart ..... 411 Kennedy. J. W ..... 419 Jenkins, W. D' .ffhf ffff 9 3, 39,, 537 oiner, Ellaabeth ....... 99 294, 523 Kaplan, Anna ,,,,,,,,,,,, 303 Kennedy, Jol1n ...... ..... 4 18, 433 Jenkinson, Barbara ............ 542 Jokela, Felix ............. .... 4 98 Kaplan, Bernice ........... 545 Kennedy, M. F ..... ........... 2 80 Jenkinson, H. R ........ 199, 260. 456 J0k1S11. E- JV ---..-.....-. -99. 415 KHPIHI1. G ------...---- 367 557 585 Kennedy, Mrs. M. 'I' ..... ...... 5 7,3 Jenner, A. E...98,156,171,304, 403 Jolley, B. I-. ..... ....,..,.. , 327, 419 Kaplan, H. J .... ...... . .. 501 Kennedy, Mary ....... ,,,,g14 4,,, 442, 596, 537, 634 ,,:0llCyrAvi:Cl' . .... 199, 212 242. 41g Kapfan. hi. ..... 592 llhennegy, in ..... . ....493 , E. A .......... 319, 3 7,4 9 ones, . .... .............. 4 2 ,ap an, .. ...... ....... 5 92 'enne y, a 'I ' 'I5:g"'i.fa,- .,f, 93, 514, 563, 569, 609 Jones, Bertha .... ....... .... 5 4 4 Kaplan, S. ......... IOI 476 Kenney, H. .... , 545 Jensen, hgxrie ................ 544 EUROS. gt-'lgah .--. ---- S 07 E11Dli11.A5--,ID ----- 101 561 Kenney, Harold .. .. .V. P ..... ....... 9 3.355.391 Ones. . .... . ...99 331.440 'MPH P 4 Ivld... . 566 K nn , .V.... ffff' ' ensen 463, 483, 582 Jones, C. J.. .. .... .... 4 6,3 Kappa Della ........ ... 528 Kgnng, lieanore ... ,, , ,gig Jentzsch, R. A .............. .. 498 JONES. Cf- M- -- ...- -99. S93 KIIPPII QCII!! Rfw ....... 457 Kenney, Nellc ,,,,550 jessen, Eloise ...... 98, 294, 533, 568 Jgnis, Eugen .... ...... .... cg 2 xanga 2l9pgqC1a111111u ..... 563 lient, H,eXI, ,,,,, ...,fm Jeter. Grace .......... .9 ,543 S. e -... .... 1 00 539. . a a f xgma ....... 557 enyon, race Jcfer, H, W, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , 1 67 Jones. Eugene ...... .... 4 I4 Kappa 1111 .......... 500 Kephart, S. M ..... Jewell, H. B ....... 311, 367, 372, 493 Jones, F. In .... .... .... 4 0 9 Kappa Sigma ....... 406 Kepler, Harry N .... ,,,, 4 04 Jewell, Helena ............ 549 Jones. H. ...-... ...- 1 62 KUPPII 51511111 T014 -----.... 532 Kepler, Helen ..... .... . ...542 Jewell, L. W.. .. ........ .98. 589 Jones, H. P... ...,.. .... 3 32 Kappa Zcla Rlm .........,. 480 Keramor . ........ ..... . .....59o Jewell, Ala,-ian ,,, ,,, ,93, 528 Jones, Josephine ... . .... 100 Kapple, F. .... 50, 101, 325, ,354 407 Kerns, R. H ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .102 Jewell, W. L .... . 604 Jones. 15. R ...... .. .... 416 , 565 581 Kerr, Blanche .... 161 5.18, 528 ji,-ik, Stella ,,,, 545 Jones, M. C ..... .. 100, 414 Kapplc, W. H., ........... 317, 407 Kerr, Harriet ...... ......... . 607 Jirka. F. G ....... ..... 4 99 Jones. Mary .-...-. . .... 517 kannus. Gervaise ..1o1. 272 .148 595 Kerslinu. H. A .........,....... 162 Johannsen, C. H ..... 462, 567 JOHCS. Nlllfrvd ...- .... 1 00. 512 v 522 607 Kertes, Irene ......... 31.1 544. 565 Johansen, R. S. ..... 387. .193 101105. N. lu. ..... ...... ...- 4 . 15 NIDUSIKH. B. . ............ 491 Kertes, Margaret . ....... . . . . . . . 144 Johansonv Pwen .... 508, 522 jlones, ..... .... 1 00 356. 434 Kapustka, S. L .... ,316, 317 ,332 361 Kesef, RbG. ....... ....... . 496 hl , X, .............. 3 9 01105. . --.. ------ 1 00.415 , 491 604 'esser, cr? ,, 531-,hai E, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 or Jones, Rogers .... .... .... 4 6 2 Karch, W. J ..... . ....... 101 602 Kessler, G.'W.. .. ., 391,523 Johnsen, M. C ............. 421, 608 Jones. Ruth ... .. .... 549 Karland, Leo ... ....... ... 557 Kessler, George . .... . . . . . . . . . . .596 Johnson. A., C ...... 93.331.433.-140 Jones. In .... .. 199. 407 121111010 511111 --....... . ....... 585 Kessler, W. L .................. 367 Johnson, Alice ........... ..... 5 44 Jones, . ...... .... . ...465 Karol, J. ......... 101, 391 484 582 Ketchum, Betty .... 102, 512 569, 599 0hl1S011. A111111- ----- 93. 280. 281, 395 Jones, JV, ....... ...... 4 15. 429 Karpass, V. H ............. 470 Ketchum, Dan ............... ..455 396, 526 Jones, W1n1fred ......... .. 566, 571 Karr, S. .... ............ . .. 101 Ketchum, Dean M. S .... 24 369 391 Johnson, B. S ................. 407 Jonescue, Nicholas ..... 100 492, 583 Karraker, J. W ........... . .193 418 433 Q94 fohnson. 123, jig. Jonisonnfk. N..t .... ..... 1 00, 445 Karrenbrf1-fkww. lu .... 463. 437. 577 Eellerilfghn. F. ................. 596 0 115011. 9- --- ... . . . . 0P111.1 318210 .--- ---- 5 24 fasten. . ............. 101 591 'eup, 1.15 ...... Johnson, .............. 98, 477 Jorgan, E ..... ...... .... 4 8 6 Kastner, J. C., ,,,, .,,,. ..,. 4 8 3 Kewley, R, C, , ,, 102, 212 iohnson. C. W -.......--.-..-. 492 gordan. . H .... .... , 391 594, 602 Kauergohn, F. W .... 475 S91 Keyes, D. B .... .... 4 24, 456 ohnson, C: n .... .... 3 70 Ordan, J .... .... 1 99. 240. 583 Katz, Isabel ..... . . 542 Kfbler, Zena 102. 604 Jo nsen. -11 011 ...- 442 Jvr an. . L ..... ....... 4 80.586 Katz,Sylvr1r .,.. 395 Kidd, L. ..... .......474 psi. K .K -ax A -K .ax .K -ax .ex .ax Ax .K .ex .ax .K .ax .A .ax -K .KZxh- 1.. 12. 12. 1,. 12. 12. 14- 12. 11. f.. 1,. 12- 1.. 11. 1.- 1. 12- 12. lp Page 661 A- 9 1 1 sv EIN, 4,5 'irli-iliE1lgp5,1U1 lllL l ',, II, 'A' gtg ms! -.S 5 I 'A' ' I 4 S I 1 I Q N 5 4 I INDEX 01' Booxs AND PERSONS-contmued ' I 4 N O 1 Kidder, H. W .... . . .. .... 370 Knox, J. D. ....... 199, 261, 452 597 Kukets, W. R ....... ....... 5 93 Lavicka, R. .. ' Kidder, Margaret ......... 573, 607 Knudsen, W. N ............ 458 591 Kulcinski, L. ........ . . .583, 593 Lavine, S. l I I 1452, Kidder, Ruth . ............ .. . 102 Knudtzon, K. F ............... 496 Kummer, Brunette .... .,.... 5 33 Law, Alice . . . ..,. ' I I ' U I ' 4 563 ' Kiedaisch, J. A ........... 102, 403 Koch, A. R. ...... ....... 4 52 Kuni, Lester ....... .... 4 62 Law, R. K .... ... H UH' 314 N Kicding, J. R..199, 258, 259, 416 565 Koch, E. G ................... 472 Kunke, A. W ...... .... 4 59 Lawler, Elizabeth .... i::i.i.:i'S44 4 Kiefer, John ............. 435 Koch, F.IJ ................ IO4 475 Kuo, C. F ....... .... 5 64 Lawrence, D. B ........ .. ...:332 N Kienholtz, Mrs. A. R ...... 573 Kochis, If ...104, 391, 489, 582 601 Kurt, Helen .......... ........ 3 72 Lawrence, LaNelle ..164 358 507 4 Kiffmeyer, William ............ 567 Koci, L. J .................... IO4 Kurtinaitis, John ............... 396 Lawrence, W, S ,,,, 'wg' 45, N Kilbanow, D. W ...... ......... 4 93 Koeller, H. D. .I .... ......... . 369 Kurz, W. C .... 50, 105, 119, 256, 359 Lawrie, H. E.. .... :f:107'479' 565 ' Kiley, T. H ........... 337, 338, 468 Koelln, Marguerite ............ 522 379, 381, 403, 416, 453, 581 Lawson, B. C. ............ ' .... ,.579 4 Kfllim. H- S. -- ----- -- .--- 433 Koenig, F. J. .104, 304.316, 462 598 I I 586,589 Lawson, E. J. ..... 162,'163 324 350 . Killlnger, Marie . 573. 604 Koenigsberg, Noah ............ SDI Kusinslu, J. . .........,.... 199, 4,11 '4,5' 536 Q Kimball, Helen ........... 505 515 K00l-ner, Vinlcy, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 104 543 Kuster, J. T ...... ...... 4 69 Lawson, Lorene , 544 Kimball, Katheryne .... 505, 518, 563 Kofi, S, A ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 01 Kuykendall, S. B ..... ...338, 424 Lnymnn J A ' " "" """ Kimmel, L. B ............. 226, 232 Kohler, HI L ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 04, 392 Kveton, Ann .. .. ....... 524 Layman, """"' " Kimmel, Marybelle . ........... 507 Kohlhagen, Eloise .. . .... 309 518 KW21118. H. L, ---'-------------- 564 Layng, E ..,.. i . ' ' l l ' '456 6 Kincaid, Marion ......,... 103 526 Kolar, G. F. ........ ....... 4 98 Kweder, David ................ 494 Lay,nnI Mary .l'll4" ""' 5 H N Kinderrnan, E, J ......, 205 393 452 Kolbe, George ...... .... 4 18 KW0118. I. H- -106. 564. 572. 532. 594 Layton M. K. .. . ' ' ' ' I l I ' -107 4 Kindlcsperger, Raymond ....... 498 Kolbus, Ernestine . . . . . 544 KWOHR. L- ................... 391 Lazerso'n, H. M. . t . I ' A . 3495 N King, A. J ................ 411 424 Kollish, Ellman . . .. 437 KYh0S. MH'-lldii - -----.---..--- 550 Leach, Margaret ...... 294, 517 555 4 Kms. D. S ..-. 105, 347. 549 414 528 Eolm, IQ. .II .... .. 47: Leaf, Louis ..... ............ ' .481 N I 4 0mHU'. '-. ---- -- 49. .Gil ,A. G ..... ..... . . S 4 Kms. E ..-- 591.426. 572 587 608 Kompare, L. F .... .. 494 Leagre, A. D.. .. ....... 4.332 Q King- P "------------- 456 478 KOMO. S. .-..--- -- -- 391 L Leaverton, Charles .....,....... 442 1 KWH' Plvrsncv ---'-"-'-- -'--' 6 04 KOHODFISCK. Helen .. .. 527 Leavitt, S. ........ ...... . . . .592 Q KWH. HHIICUC -- - 396 Koolish, Bernice ...... 520 L b h M C Lc Cerclc Francair ....., , . . . . . . .571 . 181118. J- F- --------...----'--- 369 Koons, Mary ....... .... , 311 545 LaBalf" W' E """"""" --467 Lederer, Elizabeth .. ..... .... 5 Sl Q King. L. B -, ------------------ 3.16 Koontz, Helen .. .. ....... 544 La e ch ' --- ---- 407. 532. 537 Lederer, F. L ............ . . . . . .501 . KU18.M-Elllllbcih-371.536 563 571 Koontz, Ruth .... .... 1 O4 515 Lacey' 'Ili "" """""' 5 oo Lee Dorothy 505 528 Q King, Marjorie ... ... 295 517 555 Kopecky, S. F .... .... 1 04 500 Lanai' F1m,efIee" ' "" 1-.440 Lee: Edith II " ' II513' 568 12211111 Nflhf - -----f"-'-'- 567 Kenna, T. M... ....... 499 Lac yi Y """ 'O -'81-521 Lee, F. J ............ ,483 4 K1118. W- C ------- 103. 439 532 601 Korfist, N. A ,.... .... 1 O4 431 Lafiy' L """""' IO6' 394' 584 Lee. F. W ..... ... H 0.59K N King, W. K ....... ............ 4 08 Kosin, Mildred ... .,.. 104, 519 Liggmanh ' ' ' ' """"' '06 Lee, Gwendolyn' ....... 6. 511 4 Kingsley. B. ............. ... 474 Kostakos, Alice ... .... 104 545 Llmman W '--' --'3111 410 Lee, H. .............. . . . . . . .564 N Kingsley, Eleanor .... . . . . 394 Kotalik, J. J.: . . .. ...... IO4 LIIIIII bogmld "'-' - - -'-- 239 LeeI HI QI H '..lI. I I I I I I564 572 4 Kingsley, Margaret .... ,. . 281, 524 Kotosky, Marian ... .. . 544 Lair giorine " ' ' '-34'- 09 Lee, 1,-one ..l,.I',.. I I I H1071 550 Q Kingsnorth, N. G ....... . .. ... 605 Kotovic, C. L .... . .. 426 LIIII3 F J ""' -1- --.573 LeeI LL '.."ll. I I I I I I I I I I I I I378 I Kinley. David. .r9. 396. 410. 575 586 Kettler, H. ...... .. 592 I2IkeIIIagheI"i,' ' E ""- III6 '--- 598 Lee, Margaret .. ..... ..... . .529 Q Kinney, C. F ............. 1031462 Koucky, J. D ....... .. 495 Ijakcmachcr' E" G ""' -39'- 42' Lee, Mildred ..... .. ..... .. 525 4 Kirby, M. ........ 378. 556, 586. 595 Koutnik, Henrietta ... .. 545 Lam, Florehee' "" "' "" 5 3 Lee, O. C .... ... .. . . .226. 233 Q Kirchner. Irene ...- 284. 285. 294. 295 Kowalski. H. J ...... 463 Lamb' can """' I66'54g LceI ponqn 543 I Kirgis, F. L...I03y 111. 193,805 sos Kowitz, A. ......... 491 ,I,,,Ibg,I, A,I,y,I,",I,,,,,5,g,g, ""' '43, Lee, R. E ..,.. ..3.s9,'.i6.g'45i'577 Q 4l2.444. 556. 596 Kozma, Julianna . ...... .. 522 fambda Chi Alpha """"' 4 Lee, S. C ..... .......... ' .... ' .564 Kirk, E. J ........,....... 103 Kraehenbuehl. J. O .... 414 iambdin F W "" ' ' ""' 44x Lee, Y. .. .....,....,. ...IO7 564 4 Kirkman, J. . ......... ... 524- 565 Kraft, Beatrice ...... ...... 5 45 ' L' ""' ' """ 420 Lee,er Alberni ,, , ,, ' X Kirkman, K. F. ...... .. ... 572 Kraft, I. . ......... ........ 4 9l R' ""' "'4n' Sag Leepe