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

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O O -I -I 1 ua I l' if T' nigga , Y' ' -fu' 14'-A Svffg.. V33-LA S3 ' KKK ' W-f pw 1,,l'vJ v ' ff' H isa, A ' 2' :usa , :w 355 Ly-1 b f gm g ' U pq. . :7j,',,jv - Q. ,H LEM ? ,.g, Q - 4+ QL? ' L Liz? x ii? '5L!Y2:'L my ' vi . Mwf 'Q 3,f1?2,2:1s ' 5 . 5551, -1 , 4 A 2 wsisri 1, W ' wig' , ,gg aff-Asff-' m gg va ly MI, Sigrmff, 3554 4 fu' 'Z iii L , , S Przgw 14 THUH HILL DANIE flctilzg President LTHOUGH the past few years have not been easy ones, the devel- opments Which have come about partially as a result of the general economic situation have proved an incentive to many of us. lt has been very encouraging to witness the determination with which a great proportion of our student body has carried on in spite of adversity. One would be calloused indeed who did not gain strength to meet his own problems through observance of the severe sacrihces which parents have made in order that their children might continue to have the advantages of a college education. Frequently the finest characters are developed under adverse con- ditions. Members of the Illini family who make progress now should have no fears for the future. A growing seriousness of purpose upon the part of undergraduate students has become increasingly evident and as college students are among the leaders of their generation this is one of the most hopeful signs that has come out of the present world situation. It is, then, with a very real sense of appreciation that l extend my congratulations to the members of the student body and to their parents. Your achievements in these trying times have been valuable not alone to you but to us as well. M Acting I,I'6.SliFI6Ilf, University of Illinois Page 16 ElNVAKll E. ll.x1mi1:'1'T Presirlenf, Board of Trilsfees Message to the Class of 1934: E frequently speak of College or University graduates as 4'College 'trainedl 77 men and women. l hope the members of this Class may rather be referred to asneducatedwmeri and women. Trained animals do their stunts without knowing the reason why. Nevertheless, they do them well but cannot go beyond their training to devise new stunts. Many students pass their examinations because they have been Htrainedw and not because they have been educated or taught to reason or think for themselves. The great need today is for educated men and women who have imagination or initiative, and who are able to create something new and original for the benefit of mankind. Test the value of the past four years you have spent at the University by asking yourself the question whether you place yourself in the class of the Htrainedi' or 'feducatedw individual. You are now entering upon a course of study in the great University of Experience, and your success or failure in life will depend largely upon whether you think in terms of 'aeducationn or Htrainingw. President, Board of Trustees - wwf-W mg. ' ' J! 'irflffktr 5, nl T Burr 'l'rea- Q Kill'l'ill'U'I' Hopkins Blair Nh-yur I HON. HI'INKX' HOHNER Governor of Illinois Board Of Trustees Governor of Illinois Superintendent of Public Instruction HON. HENRY HORNER HON. FRANCIS G. BLAIR Springnelrl Springfield OFFICERS OF THE BOARD EDWARD E. BARRETT, LaGrange .... . President FRANK M. GORDON, Chicago . . Treasurer HARRISON E. CUNNINCHAM, Urbana . Secretary LLOYD MOREY, Urbana . . . Comptroller . ELECTED MEMBERS JAMES W. ARMSTRONG GEORGE A. BARR NELLIE V. FREEMAN EDWARD E. BARRETT Rock Island Joliet Mattoon LaGrange A MARJORIE R. HOPKINS ORVILLE M. KARRAKER KARL A. MEYER Chicago Harrisburg Chicago MERI.E J. TREES WALTER W. WILLIADIIS Chicago Benton 4 I I I Williams ffllllllillglllillll Freeman Morey Al'IIlSt1'0llg Gordon Page 17 The College of Engineering DUCATION in Engineering was ofliciallv recognized by the University Board of Trusteesgat its second meeting in May, 1367. when it pro- vided for the establishment of "courses in Mechanical Science and Art. Civil Engineering, lVlining Engineering and Metallurgy, and Architecture and Eine Artsf, Actual instruction in Engineering began ,lanuary 1, 1870, hut announcements of the curricula in Engineering were not published until 1871-72, when four curricula were offered, namely, liflechanical En- gineering, Civil Engineering, lVlining Engineering, and Architecture. To- day thirteen curricula in the various fields of engineering are offered Within the College of Engineering itself, and several more are administered in other Colleges of the University. ln 1903 the Engineering Experiment Station, the first in the United States, was established, and 279 bulletins and circulars have been issued to date. A large number of cooperative research projects have been carried on in recent years for industries in the State of lllinois and for national engineering societies and associations interested in the advancement of knowledge in their various fields. Unix ,Xirrurir C. XX ii.i..uui An'riii'it lfir1"rs vilIl,I.Altll, Acting Ili-an ol' the College of Engineering and Acting Director of the Engineering Expt-riinent Station. was horn in Washington, D. fi., .Xugust 12. WTS. lle graduated from the Nlassachusetts lnstitute of Technology with the degree of H. 5. in Chem- ical Engineering in 190-f. Following his grad- uation he went to San Francisco, California, to teach industrial chemistry in the California School of 'Nlechanic Nrts. and after the earth- quake and fire, returned to his hirthplace as Assistant in Nlechanical Engineering at George Wlashington lfniversity. ln 1913 he came to the University of illinois to take charge of courses and research in heating and ventilation. He has been Head of the Department of Kle- chanical Engineering since 1920. From N09 to 1913 he was first assistant and later sanitary and heating engineer for the lfnited States Quartermaster Corps in charge -.1-i iii? of the heating and ventilation of all United ' r . . . . , Y' A The work of the Station has had a marked effect in stimulating formal States Army posts. During the war he was cons graduate studv in Enfrineerinff. and inanv de Jartments are develo inf' Sutter ellwlwer 0H.'re'He1hf Nut"'l'ul Anuy 5 - Z' F' C' F ' ' ' ' . ' . I u cantoninents, and since then has been consult- Q graduate courses as rapidly as their resources will permit. The importance ing engineer on ventilation projects for the of graduate work in Engineering was never greater than at the present U' SZ Bureau Ol Mme: the U' 5' 1U"1'1 Health , Service, the Holland lunnel, and the proposed ggi time. Chicago Suhway. Q as iii ri ,Yu rn 1 .23- Iixutxrziiiiiyu BUILDING f M55 ""f if " ' "" .gf- lifizt.-:Hcfie",JL--ti--rvM-1sf11'+f1'-g- ,ff',fw.j5a, g:,+51'E'i -",,:gf,7f 5125129-:Q 3: -' 1 1 twiki, , vi , Page 124 V, W :hx xv-, uw . ,. V 55, VA, i K, gi Acrixc DEAN Marruiaw T. 1Wf'CI,I'lll'1 NIATTIIEW '1'noMvsoN lV1t1C1.URl'I, Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. was born at Spottsford Virginia, April 27, 1883. He did his undergraduate work at Washington and Lee University, receiving a Bachelor's degree there in 1904. He next at- tended the University of Virginia where he received a lNlaster's degree in 1907, following which he attended Columbia University, from which, in 1912, he received a Doctor's degree. From 1915 to 1921 he was Professor of Philos- ophy in Tulane University. He came to the University of lllinois in 1921 as Associate Pro- fessor in Philosophy. In 1922 he became Pro- fessor of Philosophy and he was appointed Head of the Department of Philosophy in 1926. ln 1933 he was made Acting Dean of the Col- lege of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences N 1913 the College of Literature and Arts and the College of Sciences were united into a single College with the late Kendric C. Babcock as Dean. Since then the College has offered instruction in both the humanities and the sciences in a combined effort to integrate the claims of both. Although specific curricula are arranged to prepare the student to enter any one of the professional schools, the primary aim of the College is to provide the resources for a 6'liberal" education. uLiberal'7 means, among other things, that in a program of studies emphasis is placed more on what contributes to a general understanding and interpretation of the problems, conflicts, tendencies and forces of life and experience as a whole, than what leads to an individual career. The College is the largest in the University. ln addition to handling its own students, it provides instruction in rhetoric, romance languages, mathematics, and the social sciences, for students registered in all the other colleges at Urbana. ln fact, this phase of the work has grown to such an extent that for the past few years, at least one-half of the total energy of the teaching staff has been devoted to the instruction of students enrolled in other colleges. .,,,,,g , 3 ' . -. P' ' W1 ' 1... A 'Away' .5 .1 , Aff N 'ZR CIIEMISTRY BUILDING Page 19 The College of Commerce and Business Administration LTHOUGH courses in business and commercial training were offered as early as 1902 under the supervision of Dr. David Kinley, Dean of the College of Literature and Arts, it was thirteen years later that the College of Commerce and Business Administration was organized as an independent and educational unit with a dean and a faculty. Its courses aim at the development of fundamentals, and to further this end, theories rather than practices are stressed in the classroom. Stu- dents in the College of Commerce therefore are led to know the way of whatever they undertake. To put the matter in other words, they learn how to make tools as well as to sharpen them. ' Dmx Cuinlizs M. 'fiiomiisox CHARLi:s NIANFRED THOMPSON, 109, Dean of the College of Commerce and Director of the Bu- reau of Business Research, was born in Fair- field, Illinois, on November 10, 1877. On completing his undergraduate work here, he went to Harvard University, where he studied in 1910-1911, returning to the University of Illinois in 1911 as an assistant in history. He continued his graduate work here, receiving his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1913. Since that time he has been serving continuously on the faculty, accepting his present position in 1912. In 1932 he accepted the McKinley Pro- fessorship of the Economics of Public Utilities, and in the same year he was appointed Head of the Department of Public Utilities and Transportation. ln addition to this, the College of Commerce aims to teach the students how to think, how to think in straight lines, and how to think without becoming tired too quickly. ln an effort to reach these ends, the curricula of the College are arranged so as to furnish an orderly progress in the student's development from the time he enters as a freshman until he is graduated at the end of his senior year. 53253. v gn fm' 've - sm. Digi? skit ' COMMERCE BUILDING if! Page 20 DEAN Ili-LRBER1' W. lVllTMI-'ORD HERBERT WINDSOR lV1UMFORD, Dean of the Col- lege of Agriculture and Director of the Agri- cultural Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension Service, was born in Moscow, Mich- igan, February 26, 1871. He received his edu- cation at Albion College and Michigan State College, from which he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Agriculture in 1927. Re- turning to his Alma Mater in 1895, he served as an instructor and assistant in the Agricul- tural College and Experiment Station, attain- ing his full professorship in 1899. ln 1901 he was appointed Professor of Animal Husbandry at the University of Illinois, and since that time has been here continuously, serving in his present capacity since 1922. The College of Agriculture VERY large part of the population of Illinois lives in what may prop- erly be called a rural environment. lt is the duty and privilege of the College of Agriculture to train men and women for successful achieve- ment in such an environment. The need for thorough training for agricultural leadership is obvious. It is becoming more and more evident that the farther removed we are from a frontier type of agriculture, the greater the need of a broad liberal, as well as a technical education of college grade for men engaged in agricultural pursuits. Such an education the College of Agriculture offers. The Experiment Station is not only assisting in the solution of current agricultural problems but also is constantly adding to the body of facts and principles which form the basis of our agricultural teaching and practice. It is the aim of the College to make available to its students, through systematic instruction, the discoveries of science and the experiences of the best farmers of all time. Through experiment, investigation, and research, the Agri- cultural Experiment Station is constantly discovering new knowledge which is put into teachable form for the benefit of students and farmers. OLD .AliRll'l'I.Tl'RE BVI LDING Page 21 The College of Education HE College of Education had its origin in the creation of a chair of Pedagogics in 1893 and the selection of Dr. Frank Martin Mc1VIurry as its Hrst occupant. The way for this action had been prepared hy Charles de Carmo, Professor of Psychology, who had shown a special interest on the study of education. ln 1900 there was established a Depart- ment of Education, which became the School of Education in 1907, and finally received its present title, the College of Education, in 1918. From the beginning, the major obligation of the College has been considered to be the training of high school teachers, principals, supervisors, and superintendents. A large proportion of its graduate students, however, have entered the field of the teaching of education in colleges and universities. DEAN THOMAS E. Ili-:Niven Tuowms liuor BENNER, Dean of the College of Education, was born in Danvers, Massachu- setts, February 11, 1894. He was graduated from Harvard University in 1914, returning for graduate work in 1915 and again in 1922, and receiving his Doctor of Education degree in 1924. His experience includes teaching and pnhlic school aclministration in Maryland, Massachusetts and llaineg service as statis- tician and editor lor the Alabama State De- partment of Education. and. later. as acting dean of the College ol Education of the Ala- lrama Polytechnic lnstitutei the chancellorship of the Liniversity ol l'uerto llico, and a visiting proiiessorship at Columbia University. Ile be- came Dean of the College ol Education Sep- tember 1, 1931. ln addition to the Division of General Education, there are special curricula in Agricultural Education, lndus- trial Education, and Home Economics Education. The University High School is maintained as a laboratory school, and the Bureau of Educational Research has as its special function the conduct of investigations in the field of education. V i :Xll3IINIQTR.X'l'ION 1il'lI.IlINl' Zaye 22 , . 2 Hire! wtf if-li ' -5 J S fra? it at 3, ! L . ta -131 ei , i.. ,,,,-N, v 2 ,i 'xv':g.w,r 1. im . az W in-v F.Q-.v,"w1xwfrfa1f'-s',3-.HU -Q.-,gg ,V-if,"fSZ3:w4v5A?':w f.2ff13i5Hvhw' my w.1.1f1f.i-..'?,gfiG'f . K ki 1 is mr' -v DEAN Arm-1u'r J. HARNU ALBERT JAMES HARNO, Dean of the College of Law, was born in Holabird, South Dakota, January 30, l889. He was graduated from Ua- kota Wesleyan University in l9ll, from which school he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws, in 1927. In l9l4, he received his Bachelor of Laws degree, magna cum laude, at Yale University. He practiced in Los An- geles until l9l7, when he became Dean and Professor at Washburii College of Law in Topeka, Kansas. In l9l9 he went to the Uni- versity of Kansas as Professor of Law. He has served here as Professor of Law since l92l, and as Dean since 1922. This year he is serving as Provost of the University in addition to his deanship. The College of Law HE primary purpose of the College of Law is to train students for the practice of law. But, as a diversity of types and methods of training, with varying degrees of emphasis, are included under the general title of Education, so is the situation in legal education. The faculty of the Col- lege seeks among its objectives to impress on students the value of learning lo think clearly and to the point, and to inculcate in them an appreciation of the purpose of law in the social order and the necessity of its growth to the end that it will keep pace with the changing conditions. This process involves a study of the decisions of courtsg it also includes the stressing of social and economic factors as forces contributing to and influencing legal decisions and trends in the law. As an integral part of its program, the College aims to promote legal scholarship and research, to develop an appreciation of the highest ideals of the profession, and to inspire the consciousness of responsibility of the lawyer to society in furthering the wise development of law and in im- proving its administration. To students of high scholarship so inclined, the School offers opportunity for training for law teaching. Admission to the College of Law is granted only to graduates of colleges and universities of approved standing and to students of senior standing who are permitted to elect courses in law for the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. The school further requires a scholastic average' of C in undergraduate work as a further condi- lion governing the entrance of seniors in the University. i LAW BUILDING 1-s.,nw,-., ..,,.,.- ,,.,,.f.1.U- Q, -.. .?.,Z...?-,-f-ba-v--H F' 4- gy: - , f , e V ff-, 1 V V Page 23 .r Page Q4 The College of Fine and Applied Arts HE College of Fine and Applied Arts, which resulted from a grouping, in 1931, of the School of Music, the Departments of Architecture and Arts, and the Division of Landscape Architecture, is just completing the third year of its existence as a separate administrative unit of the Uni- versity. But while the College, as such, is young, the various departments comprising it have long been in existence and have contributed hundreds of competent graduates to the professional and educational world. The College offers nine curricula in the various branches of the Fine Arts leading to appropriate degrees. These curricula are so framed that the student obtains as wide a training in liberal studies as is compatible with the laying of firm foundations in the particular art which he proposes to practice. The College enrolls in excess of live hundred professional students annually in addition to almost an equal number from other colleges of the University who desire to avail themselves of the cultural advantages which the College affords. The courses in the history and appreciation of art, architecture, landscape architecture and music are particularly popu- lar with non-professional students. l DEAN Rnxronn NEVYCUMB Rsxrono Nawcoiim, Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, was born at Inde- pendence, Kansas. He received his preliminary college training at the University of Kansas hut studied architecture at the University of lllinois, receiving from this institution both the Bachelor's degree and the professional de- gree of Master of Architecture. His Master of Arts degree was gained at the University of Southern California. His academic studies were supplemented by wide travel in both Europe and the Orient. Dean Newcomb was for five years Director of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts at Long Beach Poly- technic tCalifornial, for four years Director of Adult Education and Principal of the Long Beach Evening High School. Before coming to Illinois he held professorships at the Uni- versity of Southern California and at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, at the latter institution also serving as College Archi- tect. He came to the University of Illinois in 1913 and has been Professor of the History of Architecture since 1921. He is the author of a number of volumes and several hundred magazine articles on the line arts and is well known as an editor and lecturer. He was ap- pointed to his present position in 1932. 1 ARL'HITEC'l'l'RE BUILDING l Arrlxu Ilmx Itimrzirr D. t'.vim:41i.ti:1. ltomnri' IDANHLI. CARMIIIIIAEL, Acting Dean of the Graduate School, was born in Goodwater, Alabama, March 1, 1879. He received his Bat'helor's degree from Lineville College in 1898 and his Doctor of Philosophy degree from l'rinceton University in 1911. Before coming to the University he taught at Alabama Pres- byterian College, Princeton University, and ln- diana llniversity, and during the summer of 1915 at the University of Chicago. He came to the University of Illinois in September, 1915, as assistant professor of mathematics, becom- ing associate professor in 1918, and professor in 1920. He has been head of the department of mathematics since September, 1929, and received his present position ,luly 1, 1933. The Graduate chool HADUATE study began at the University of Illinois when its doors were first opened for instruction in 1868 with a faculty of four mem- bers and about fifty students. But the name uflraduate Schoolw was not used in any University publications until 1892, when the Board of Trustees authorized the appointment of a special faculty to have charge of graduate work. The principal aim of graduate study is the development of the power of independent thinking and the promotion of the spirit of investigation. The student who pursues an extended course is expected to obtain a wide knowledge of his subject and of related Helds of knowledge and to acquire the power of extending the range of what is known. The Graduate School student body last year represented every state in the Union, thirteen foreign countries, and over three hundred universities and colleges. Four hundred thirty-three Masters', ninety-three Doctors', and seven professional degrees in engineering were conferred. The School is the third largest of the 63 graduate schools in the country which are recognized by the American Council of Education. lt is qualified to give graduate instruction in twenty-seven Helds of work, and in four of these fields, it is rated as giving udistinguishedm instruction. if -1. .-.-asf,-as H .f LINCOLN Ham. Page 20 l i Page Q6 The Library and the Library School HE University Library, through the General Library and its branches, provides the books needed by students for required reading for class workg it provides books for much of the studentsi general reading. such as those in the Browsing Room, il provides books for graduate students, who in writing theses often must consult many uncommon volumes, and it provides books the faculty need in their investigations. Not having all the books required, especially for the two latter classes of users, it bor- rows more than 500 books a year from libraries in other parts of the country. The librarians organize the more than 950,000 volumes into a usable library, and give much assistance to students and faculty. The Library School is a professional school for the training of libra- rians, and admits only college graduates, because a librarian's first need is a good, general education. Students come to it from every part of the country, and its graduates are in libraries similarly located. 1Jllil41l"l'0Ii l'H1Nms L. VVINDSOR PIIINEAS LAvvRENcr: Wmosoa, Director of the University Library and the Library School, born February 21, 1871, at Chenoa, Illinois, has spent twenty-nine years in library work. He was graduated from Northwestern Univer- sity in 1895, and studied at the New York State Library School from 1897 to 1899. On leaving there he began his active work as assistant in the New York State Library, but changed to the copyright office of the Library of Congress in 1900. In 1903 he became librarian of the University of Texas, serving there until 1909, when he accepted his present position. The instruction in the first year in the Library School covers methods and practice in library workg students who complete this year of work are prepared for positions in lilrrary service. ln the second year, now transferred to the Graduate School, historical and comparative methods of treatment are emphasizedg new subjects and research methods are introduced to give the student the outlook and equipment for responsible positions in large libraries where biblio- graphic exactness is required. IJNIVICRSITY UF ILLINOIS IJIBIKARY llmrzcron L.xwRi:xrrg W. Mrmfr-rx' LAWRENCE W1L1.1AM MURPHY, Director of the School of Journalism, was born in Madison, Wisconsin, October 18, 1895. He was grad- uated from the University of Wisconsin in 1921 and from the University of North Dakota in 1923. Subsequently he did graduate work in the social sciences and literature at the Uni- versity of Illinois and elsewhere. In 1933 Mar- quette University conferred on him the degree of Doctor of Letters. As a student he took up the study of journalism and later engaged in the practice of journalism on newspapers and magazines. Director Murphy came to the University of Illinois as an assistant professor of journalism in 1924. Later he was made an associate professor and, in 1927 when the School of Journalism was given college stand- ing, he was placed at its head. In 1929 he was made Professor of Journalism and Director of the School of Journalism. The School of Journalism WLASSROOM study of journalism at the University of Illinois has been continuous since 1902, the year in which Dr. Frank W. Scott, Profes- sor Harry G. Paul, and the late Dean Thomas Arkle Clark were responsible for introduction of a two-hour course in editorial practices listed under the name of rhetoric and oratory. In the years that followed, alseries of courses and a pre-professional curriculum were developed. The profes- sional program was not developed, however, and the name School of Journalism was not used, until 1927 when college status was conferred upon the division of journalism in accordance with a law directing that a college of journalism be established at the University. In that year the Board of Trustees provided for the transfer of the Courses in Journalism from the department of English in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to an independent position as a self-governing administrative and educa- tional unit. Since that time the School has gone steadily forward, develop- ing its professional program and providing for the needs of a constantly growing body of students. Its graduating classes now number about 60 each year and plans are being made for a five-year program of study. The school now offers programs and courses of study leading toward general newspaper work in reporting, editing, advertising, and manage- ment, and toward critical writing and reviewing, political correspondence, financial journalism, editorial writing, trade and technical journalism, country journalism, magazine work, retail advertising, publicity, newspaper accounting, house organ work, feature writing, science journalism, agricultural journalism, home economics journalism, and teaching of journalism. UN1vr1ns1'rx' Hari. if-3. Page 27 The lchool of ,Physical Education HE School of Physical Education. now rounding out its second year. is a reorganization of the Department ol Physical Welfare. The chit-t change was the incorporation ol the professional curricula in Physical Education, previously administered by the College ol Education. in thc new unit. The School consists of the Departments of Physical Education for men and for Women, with their professional curricula, required physical edu- cation, faculty recreation and intramural athletics, and also men's inter- collegiate athletics. The Department of Health Service, embracing health education, health examination and advice, and campus sanitation, is also included. The degree of Bachelor of Science in Physical Education is awarded limi-.4"rol: tiizonuii A. lll'FF Ceonci-3 A. HU-'r, '92, Director of the School of Pliysical Education, was horn ,lime ll, 1872, in Champaign. He attended the Uni- versity of lllinois from 1889 to 1893, and Dart- mouth College in 1893-9-1. In 1895 he returned to the University as an assistant director of athletics and as coach of athletic teams. Ile to graduates of the professional curricula. More than fl-00 graduates are cout-lmd the 1,2mfl,a11 if-am for tw,,my.ff,ur employed in physical education and coaching activities in a majority ol refs'f'i1if1ii1sSf'TfH Cl'a'nl5l0"Shll'Sgm'l gym-'I l Y ' G ' or one ot ier. e mecame irector 0 Ath etics the states of the Union. The Four Year Course in Athletic Coaching and in Wm' Director of Physical Welfare in 1924. Physical Education, the forerunner of the present School, was established and "l'i1ClN'1l his l'I'0SCl1l I'0Siii0l1 ill V332- in l9l9 and was the hrst of its ty pe. Director Hull. convinced that coaches and physical directors should be educated for their work just as men in other fields, instead of entering it as an afterthought, established the course. Prior to that time, commencing in l9l 1, Director Huff had directed a University Summer Course in Athletic Coaching. The present curricula is designed to give students an opportunity to specialize in physical education subjects but they must also carry a number of academic subjects. hlEN'S Ni-iw tlvnxtsitirir ., -f,' wg-v.,-if ,am-pn sf---M . ,ot V, 3-fs' 1. , Page Q8 ,t.. fr- ...,.,,-,...,,,,.,,,...,. ,, 'FEI si ,r.,, Di-:AN FRIQDHRICK B. Novus FREDERICK BOGUE NOYES, Dean of the College of Dentistry, was born in Chicago on August 22, 1872. He was graduated from Beloit Acad- emy in 1889, received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from .lohns Hopkins University in 1893, and that of Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1895 from Northwestern University. He began prac- ticing dentistry in Chicago in 1895. He re- ceived the diploma of the Angle School of Orthodontia in 1908, and since then has limited his practice to orthodontia. From 1896 to 1913 Dr. Noyes was Professor of Histology at North- western University. He came to the University of Illinois College of Dentistry as Professor of Dental Histology and Orthodontia in 1913. Since 1921 he has continued as Professor of Orthodontia, and in 1926 he succeeded to the deanship of the College of Dentistry. The College of Dentistry HE need for dentists with both professional and technical training has led to a change in the curriculum of the College of Dentistry. The entrance requirements have been increased to sixty hours, and more courses in medicine have been included in the dental curriculum. The graduate in dentistry is now equipped to act as a consultant in problems which involve both medicine and dentistry. These afford an attractive field of investigation to the student who wants to work in a field where the un- known and the unexplored offer endless possibilities for research. The College of Dentistry is making every effort to supply occupants for posi- tions in hospitals and medical schools where the need is for men with a medical background trained in dentistry who can approach intelligently the large problems in these fields. The College of Dentistry is located in the clinical center of Chicago, opposite Cook County Hospital. The technical departments of the Col- lege occupy a separate Hve-story building with a frontage of 100 feet on Harrison Street and 100 feet on Honore Street. The fundamental sciences are housed in the new Medical and Dental Laboratory Building at the corner of Lincoln and Polk Streets. Both buildings have ample space for laboratories, operating 1'ooms for the several clinics, amphitheaters for general assemblies, class and student activities, and recitation rooms. Plans for the new building have been temporarily delayed by the depression, but it is hoped that the building will be ready for occupancy within the next few years. ,. iw 0231 its we .33 DEN'rIs'rlcx' Bl'lI.l!ING fl T wiirirfzbta ' 1 .t ' " "'i J .W , ,- :f - 'fyvw ffrgw 1 ' v- , -- 11- --. fwpilfa. tu., Page 9 Page 30 The College of Medicine URING the past year, evidence of a unified institution has become more and more apparent. The new Medical and Dental Laboratory Building has been completely occupied and is proving to be excellently adopted for teaching and research. The general hospital now provides 200 beds for general clinical purposes. The lnstitute for Crippled Children has beds for about 90 additional patients and the Psychiatric Institute for about 65 more. Staffs in these units have now been well organized for teaching and for medical service. The Institute for Juvenile Research adjacent to the Crippled Childrenis Institute is organized for the study of juvenile delinquency under the direction of the State Criminologist. Close cooperation exists between it and the College and Hospital groups on the basis of a Joint Agreement. The Director is Head of the Department of Criminology and Social Hygiene in the College. ln this way the work of this important unit of the Department of Public Welfare is correlated with that of medicine. DEAN DAVID J. DAVIS DAVID JoHN DAVIS, Dean of the College of Medicine, was born in Racine, Wisconsin, on August 10, 1875. He studied first at the Racine Academy, and later at the Universities of Wiss consin, Vienna, Frieberg, and Chicago. He served in the capacity of Pathologist at St. l,uke's Hospital in 1911-13, and became Pro- fessor 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 serv- ing as Acting Dean in April, 1925, and suc- ceeded to the deanship in September, 1925. The College presents a five year course of instruction. The first two years consist mainly of courses in the sciences fundamental to medicine, and the time of the student is largely devoted to laboratory work. ln the third and fourth years the time is devoted to the clinical branches, particularly to practical instruction in dispensary and hospital clin- ics. The fifth year must be spent either in a hospital course, or in a year of acceptable research work. 2 , . lil-ISIQAIRCH AND 1'iDUCA'l'IONAL 1'10SPI'l'AL DEAN WILLIAM B. DAY WILLIAM BAKER DAY, Dean of the College of Pharmacy, is entering on his forty-second year of service to the College and his thirty-eighth year in the University. Since his graduation from the Chicago College of Pharmacy in 1892 he has served successively as instructor and professor of botany and materia medica, acting dean and dean. He has been active in pharma- ceutical organizations and at various times president and general secretary of the Amer- ican Pharmaceutical Association and a mem- ber of its council for two decades. Dean Day was born in Peru, Illinois, February 15, 1871. The College of Pharmacy N 1896 the University of Illinois added its first department in Chicago when the Chicago College of Pharmacy, an old and widely known institution, became the School of Pharmacy of the University. The School was then located near the business center of the city, but in 1916 the University purchased for its use the property at Wood and Flournoy Streets which it now occupies. The College is located in the great clinical center of Chicago, close to the College of Medicine and the College of Dentistry of the University. The laboratories have a total capacity of 700 students working at one time, and the library contains more than 5,000 volumes, including many rare books and complete files of the leading pharmaceutical journals. In 1925, the General Assembly appropriated 3350,000 to erect and equip a modern fireproof building for the School. At this time the course of study was lengthened to three years, and again in 1932 to four years, with the first year administered as a pre-pharmacy year. At the same time the title of the School was changed to College of Pharmacy, and the degree offered to that of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. The aim of the College is to prepare young men and women for the practice of pharmacy. While its alumni are largely engaged in the drug business, not a few have entered other branches of pharmacy as pharmaceutical chemists, hospital pharmacists and salesmen. PHARMACY BUILDING Page 31 . ' f w 1 5 .3 - 2 - f. . f I f . If 9. s f A, Q , 5. rc H, .Q mp af, . . . . . tiff The DIVISIOH of University gf - .gm Extension Acrriwu Drrcrzcron Romain' B, Bnowxn 544' S2531 Ronnnr BELL BROWNE, Acting Director of the HE l t blished Divisio of U i ersit Exte sio ' but e of Division Of UHiVefSitY hxtensloni was born I." new y CS a n Il V Y n n 15 on Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 15, 1894. After his the means by which the University extends its educational facilities f51'21dl121t10H, ff0I11 the Southern Ilhnors 'State Teachers College, he entered the University of ggi? beyond its walls. During the Hrst year most of the attention has been given 111111015 Whefe,f1flf?f hls 5050011115 was 'mer' rupted by service in the United States Army, to the introduction of the teaching of college courses by mail. Such courses he Qifudumffd Wlfh Qhe 911155 Qf 1922- He was a high school principal and city school super- are prepared and taught by members of the regular teaching staff only, lmelldem fOr- H Hllmbef Of Years, ffffuilllllg 10 the campus in 1929 as an instructor in Edu- and are the equivalent of courses taught in residence. While this type of CHQIOI1- HIS gfadllilfe dfft!f00S Of Master Of SCl8llCC.,21I1ll Doctor of Philosophy were con- teaching is being used at the University of Illinois for the first time, it has feffefl by lllC.UlUVQf51lY Of 111111015-U H? WHS appointed Acting Director of this Division at been practiced at other colleges and universities for many years. the time Of HS IHHUSUYHUOII 111 1933- . . . . . . ar The DIVISIOH was approved by the Board of Trustees, in October 1933, after a thorough consideration of the St, - . . . . . . . . . if work by the University benate Committee on Educatlonal Policy. The extension service was started at this time to . . . . . . et-ts, increase the UHlV6fSlty',S educational service to the state. A large number of high school graduates, who because of . I economic conditions were unable to enter a college or university this fall, have had, through this extension service, 1' the opportunity of continuing their education. 1 , FH , ig? svignli' is Uxivl-.usITY Ihrr. Y r 2 , L , 1'a9Hff T cf, r . . c . e VW " Aljil-1K'I' .l. ILKHNO Administrative Officers of the University ALBERT J. HARNO, B. S., LL. B., LL. D. . . Provost GEORGE P. TUTTLI-3, B. S. . . . . Registrar LLOYD MOREY, A. B., B.Mus.., C. P. A. . . . Comptroller ARTHUR W. CLEVENGER, A. M. . . . High School Visitor HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, A. B. ...... Director of University Press JOSI-IF F. WRIGHT, A. B., M. P. J. . . Director of Station WILL, Director of Public Information GEORGE A. HUFF, B. S. . . ...... Director of Physical Welfare CHARLES S. HAVENS, M. S. . . Acting Director of Buildings and Grounds Operations 1 .3 Tuttle Morey Clevvnger Ilutl' WV1'ig:11t Cllllllillgllunl Havens Page 33 The Office of the Dean of Women OUNSEL and help are always available at the office of the Dean of Women for all the University women, students, parents, chaperons, town house-mothers, and anyone interested in youth. Presidents of organizations, committee chairmen, and individual students, may call any hour of the school day at the oflice to discuss with Dean Leonard and Miss Pierson personal or group needs. Many confidential questions, such as finance, working hours, the home where each student lives, adjustment to new study-environments, are considered individually as each student seeks counsel. Building toward better living conditions, fine incentives for scholarship, and intellec- tual living for individual students, their group and the campus in general, is the aim of the office of the Dean of Women. DEAN M.mm Luoxano Miss NIARIA LEONARD, Dean of Women, was born in Indianap- olis, Indiana. She was graduated from Butler College in 1906, and received her Master of Arts de- gree at Colorado College in 1910. Since that time she has been con- stantly engaged in dean's work, having served us Dean of Women at Idaho State Normal College from 1910 to 1912, at Coe Col- lege, Iowa, from 1912 to 1923, and at the University of Illinois since the latter date. The Dean directs the problem of employment for the women on the campus, making direct con tact between employer and employee, and making certain that the girls forced to work have proper living quarters and will not have undue demands made upon their time. Living conditions for women are under her direction, and she personally inspects all houses in which non-sorority girls room. Her office has charge of Women's Residence Hall, West Residence Hall, Davenport House, and theico-operative houses. The dean's oiiice also keeps the grades of the university women and assembles the sorority and group averages. In addition to these duties, Miss Leonard also assists the University women in their extra- curricular organizations and activities. i Pierson Page 34 DEAN Flllill H. 'l'1:1tNb:i: Finzo HAROLD 'l'URNi:n, Dean of Men, was born at Hume, Illinois, on March 22, 1900. He was grad- uated from the University of Illi- nois in 1922, and received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the same institution in 1931. He became Assistant Dean in 1922, was appointed Acting Dean in 1931, and succeeded to his pres- ent position in 1932. The Office of the Dean of Men HE ofhce of the Dean of Men is organized to advise and counsel the undergraduate men of the University. Members of the ofhce staff are available at all times, and are interested in every phase of undergraduate life. The problems of individual students, of groups, large and small, and the multiplicity of unexpected situations which arise in connection with a large undergraduate body are the especial interest of the Dean and his assistants. The office staff includes Dean Fred H. Turner and Assistant Deans Charles R. Frederick, Dwight F. Bracken, and Harold S. Dawson. These men are willing and anxious to assist undergraduate men ,to co-ordinate their scholastic and extra-curricular affairsp It is their hope that the office may serve as a clearing house for general information and as an aid to the men of the University. It is their sincere desire to help every man who wishes to avail himself of the services of the office. Dean Turner spends his time primarily with students who wish to see him personally. Assistant Dean Frederick is in charge of student organizations and activities, and Assistant Dean Dawson assists and advises freshmen and foreign students. An employment bureau is maintained by the Office of the Dean of Men, under the direction of Assistant Dean Bracken, to advise and aid worthy students in getting part-time employment during the college year, and full-time employment during the summer. This bureau affords a central clearing point for all employment of both men and women students, except that situations which involve residence for women are usually referred to the Ofiice of the Dean of Women. Bracken Dawson Frederick Page 35 4 i' SXKY 0 ' 'fo U 1,47 Z CWI'-" 7FREOK .ff .Q+?f2?'e 5 Q ni ajf---Q, 392111, ,il 'S'-Q1 '- -'34-: :si 4' 'E U 9. -.J 7'ff'f " 'NX Q4.xX1. 'j X 3 K .-."f.'1'l"-li Q 34 iw F' 9 N ,-, . Q -.,, pf, .ff 5 ,, , .. 4 l ., .4 alia! fr-'lx X , wr 1943 1 N- ea M. 'f X: Effywl .W ag4,:,-, S151 2 .wx :- x ,. , Mm , ,., A . Tl-IE OF' wx Q. KYOFQ? :W Q .5 I-2 o xx! 5, 3.111 QC O Page 40 The Class Of 1934 SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE HXSON .. 'VR PIIIBIAN IX S I I I VINCENT J. DEL BECCARO . . General Chairman P"0Sfde"f'F"'SfSf"'eS'e" EDWIN H. BECKER . SANFORD WATKINS . VIRGINIA M. PARRISH . WALTER D. BOYLE MALCOM D. CANTERBURY JANET CREUTZ FRANCES B. FAIN DORIS GIESECKE ROBERT A. GOPEL HENRY G. HEUBACH FRANCES M. HORNER . . Co-Chairman . . . Co-Chairman . . Womerfs Chairman BERTEL E. JONSON LESTER J. KELLY OSCAR R. KUEHN JULIA MACPHERSON VICTOR MANN WILLIAM J. PFISTER GORDON M. TERRY LE VONA VOICT SENIOR INVITATIONS COMMITTEE VICTOR MANN . ROBERT J. ALDRICH HELEN R. BOSLEY HAVILAND A. CONNOLLY PAUL J. DASHER FRANCES B. FAIN FREDRICA B. GORDON FRANCES M. HORNER . . . . Chairman HAZEL M. HOYLE MYRON D. KINC J. DAYTON MCCORMICK WILLIAM J. PFISTER DONALD B. RICHARDS ROIIERT A. GOPEI. LE VONA VOIGT Vice-President, First Semester CLASS DAY COMMITTEE DONALD B. RICHARDS KENNETH D. THOMAS . MAYBELLE K. ADAMS SAM BERGMAN HELEN R. BOSLEY WALTER D. BOYLE . Co-Chairman . . Co-Chairman FRANKLIN G. EMRICK ESTHER FLEEMAN ALICE J. FLESCH HAZEL M. HOYLE JOHN H. LUND MARY L. NELSON DOROTHEA M. SWANSON JAMES M. TURNER VIVIAN M. VILLICER HOWARD C. BLUE President, Second Semester J . DAYTON MCCORMICK Viz'e4President, Second Semesfer MAYBEI.LE K. ADAMS JANET L. CREUTZ ALICE A. GILL JOHN W. HAMMER HENRY G. HEUBACH The Class Of 1934 SENIOR MEMORIAL COMMITTEE HAROLD TUCKER . . FRANKLIN J. VERNON FRED H. BENNINOTON EDWARD A. BERTRAM EUGENE F. BOND JANET M. CAMPBELL HAVILAND A. CONNOLLY FREDRICA B. GORDON BETTY HATTON EDWARD J. HELLIVIICH IWALVIN M. HICKISIAN SENIOR WALTER D. BOYLE . NICHOLAS P. ALESSI EDWIN H. BECKER FRED H. BENNINGTON HOWARD C. BLUE JANET M. CAMPBELL EDWARD J. HELLMICH MALVIN M. HICKMAN DAVID J. JOHNSTON BERTEL E. JONSON ANNE M. MARONEY - . Co-Chairman . . . . Co-Chairman SELMAR L. LEHMANN ANNE M. MARONEY THOMAS J. MARTIN WILLIAM F. MOON BERNARD M. NACHMAN MARIAM V. OLSEN LENORE SCHARSCHUG ARTHUR E. SERWICH ALWIN E. WANDERER INFORMAL COMMITTEE . . . Chairman M. ELIZABETH MURDOCK CHARLES E. SAWYER LENORE SCHARSCHUG PAULINE M. STEWART KENNETH D. 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Urbana FIISIE AND,gAPP1,1ED ARTS ' A - Flflfinwig ' . rP1WBefA.PRi' 'rj I D A Aiplia'5LI1mbtla Delta.: Alethenai5lL!terarrv Suv iqletgrjlllixstratnrs 'If I -' A Hows Dwicl, 2,1 39 A I ..V,r.,, , ,, . -fi - - :Pekin i f EPUCNUQN , '- ' fvvff4f'mAAmi I 53RmWa'KapIv2i Q. i' ' h h' Derfbeutgbjmeg Veroin: 'Maik and Bauble :- Snph. QII10feiFoUtball Manager: Meufs Glfie Club 429 z Varjsity--1GlQe,Cluli .GL 47: Production Staff. fI'R.':U.Qf R." , Q2'Jz I "The Church Mousel' 42? IifCfvS!tl9SsIiIIiti??'iAilfl 'C21 Y . ...al . . . . 4 . n. . . . Urbana ' f .LI-BERALAAHTS AND SCIENCES x fEhgliShh i m 'Dlzlfa Gamma , A F1Ai2B9ff1L Kfinrialz AiDhH.L21mbf1?l- Delta , , 'Hmwsslinay Izr. extra I . I ' Page 51? ' 'fm UBI:-I-xi I 7 ffvli TLIV?-Q. " '4 5 fif...-:'-A FPA. A ' , J 'ig' :IDHBWMXHI '-'- wWwwJm?wgmm D LIBERAL' ARTS 'AND' 95352 l W .Et1sliS'V'55f f if-ill. Delta GammaA . I Imlel l-feathers: Drange 'and Blue''El?Q5atl1e,rQ2f,1g5s.f' Stage Manager, Y.'W. C., A. Sthnt Sfi,QyvMQ2.1.:3 fit? 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I I. I .,.. , r,.pI,,.w.g.:. ,M NIAX BUSSEI.. -V - f' -A: QV.. . I LIBERAL ARTS AND ScIENcES'fy5'iflf1714i3,.Q' I . - " If- -1.1-y.g'fL1'gg:gI ' I, T :Hf11l0SQPhY Adelphia National Literary Fr:i.ternlt5igI,i"Q.I1 University of Pennsylvania " I , ,, ' ' I " .LSR p i 3?1fhf2'5 , I I I . 55,4 .5525-Sgg ' ' . - . :Lg 4, 5 ,.kl:,g'3 ,,.f:,E IE, I,.,I -I A LEXA NDER DUNLIA P .CALDWlQffiji5g Y . . . . . . . . . . , . I. . . . . I . ilF3DUCATII9N. I Geogralrfzy 753 Vlrr. Alpha Phi Alpha i'.l I I Ohio Slnte'University. .r,f, ' M x ,.. is-'11, 51 'f"'i - 1 ' -51 . jj-2fQl"A' germ? -YH "iff lr: Q4fT"f3'f.T. : I. . ,i , ' t :.N74r..L.-I:.:a ' F " ,f:'1'S+,fff,1.'. 141.2 1, ., s -I"'f'Fll:f.i.f1' . If 5' . ef t,.'i.g:1If-itlwj I , ., g., , , 5, ,.5,.,I.. .. : , ,.4.- E 'rn my , nw, ...fr KATHA Rl N E ' EDNA CALLENi 1. LIBERAL ARTs AND SQlENCElSZ'V5:i I Pre-MediQqz'i".J. Aiir'i Gamma Phi Beta V' yi y .IZIHICSIIIIHIH Literary Society W Randolph-Macon lworiienvfs College A V. 1. f 7. I 1 .1 ffflfif f - A - fflmwl-fm in ' 'f'ZL'VQQM MERCE fffigiierai Businqss R . '-ai . 1 Afwvcgwiluilcg' Cilill . . ' , , ., ft , giiffi..-1:1 n 4.1 ' . I' ' , . gq5Q,:5ggAL1g1E. CAAIIHDELL- , . ....... .. .Champaign ,Q , .LrRERAL4- ARTS AND ,Sc1.ENr:Es English .bCliiV01negdI' I - . gfgf55i5f3Qjd.g-l"eatlb6YQS.:'V'Grainger amd Blue l-'eutlnei-sg cm. .fl Q11-ligsisg 'lfhq Il1iQ'I fLg.24, 33: Procluction Staff, Jfnm U1 nn Mil19tlBl 'slum 5 l olxl 111 the ' 'S. 'li ' . " S "CCL "P ' 1,7 Q,l:Iil1S'fA 647. Homecoming Stunt Show 437. Y. C.'A.' Stl1lIt'S1l0XV' 429 .I , I 'kk,- 4 -I vV,. -F: . IDIHAKQIS5 CAMIFRELL ...... L . Xenia Ki fQJf5fLLi3IsRAi.5Aiii5f.1iND SCIENCES .V', ' L,'1 Q'fPfg,Legal 1' DIJQHM W A an iyiimifzl V H L PM if uxwi., ffl' '- -4. H ., '- . kiwfryf . if, 33 . fiqgz-g3.fqi3 ,gg L A 1:35 f W . L - - 4,-Downers Grove 51.EQ,'q1 5 it YfJfj'Qi!NALlSM fri ': 'SJ fi 5,fKqppa1 Delta Q, ff , '- ii""'?i'1iTiircti?'GoliiiFezithers: Shi-Ai: Orange Rnd ifliiixiiuewriasilersz 'The Dany Illini 41, 21: Junior '2 1?'Cimyi1'ci1 1,'1W4xn1:g11'S'f'League C372 Production .. 31,-k 11'1 95151: -:Guida-in me Hills" 4-nr --Green Grow ,Pau-Hdlenia Council 433 :iffy zifff-. ' . I A . . -...nw .. . .AM . I . . , Q. -,..w..,..i,' - Q I 1. a z... 5 ,ir 1 .N , .EJQSERH HADRY CCANNVON ....... Champaign .,i"1 4' MECHANKCAL ENGINEERING nton' A S M E ' Illini Flying: Club: First fiQIE'7i'f3I'i1 .lf Q in 1:1 ,5'Q,BJ2gin1g1'1tal Baud 11.12. :ijt V. KIALCOILM' DEAN CAlY'l'E.RBlJRY ..... Cantrall AGRICULTURE ' , Agricultural Economics Farm House R.Agr1cu1tn'ra1 Club: Illini GFZIIIXCZ Psilzlestrzi: Illinois Agriculturist' 127: Freslnnan Varsity ififwrestliing ,Squad-: ,Varsity Wrestling Squad x'gVi2. 39: l'nn-Hellenic Ball -Cioiinnittee 435: -In- -fi-Iterfmteriiity Council 139 FRANK CPIARLESLLCAREK... .... Chicago ' I A EDUCRTIQN ,. A S 'k'- , 5 -' in Irid14,sirialQArls , 1,ysIgm DeIw L ' Delta -'Ifhetn Epsillmiqr 1'tllHOSfl'GlC 'Fl't"Sillll?lll Vfirsityfwrestliiik xSquuIlgf Varsity Wrestliiig 'j 1 Squgltlgift 3. 4.5 ' 'R ' . - QQ 7 11iqRER'r CALLOWAY' CARLI-N ...., Taylorville . 'LlBERAL.ARii'vSAND SCIENCES ' rf A Ecanomics ' , N Sgigma Chi . Steiiinr. lnterscliulastic Mumigrerg Athletic I I-.CQ11ncil C45 K 531'- av lp 1. , 11 -3 ig? -3 if X i Q., -4 H i 11 'Qu 'S' A 11- ,Q vkQ li - S 'Y 'Q' S' Q fa. 1 'F I iii -'Q a n .- bk . .., ,. ,vm df-vf-es, 1 Af-:yi-L-.1h2.4 -1 4 fir' . ' 3 T-iilwifr. '21 ace. 1 . ' ' , - R USEELI, .GRANfr5Cig,Rp1N -,ASEDRZQQ Q57 A,,i A Sigma: .Q Wig-ii-I.:iIV. .LI V',., A ,,.V . Aipim 'rim Signing Air 5.13. r:.4D11iDqiD1.D5igrff' ffiiiiv I gf. Ji . ,wigs ' I I f I 4 ' g . ALBlQRil.' EDWIN CAR.Lsdisi.i.,iQ.1.' A233 ' A ' ,I MECllANICA-L,k AENc1NEERifNgj f.jQ1.'l R - Kappa De1wfRh0'r1lfl' ' A A. S. M. Pi Tau Pi- Sigma: l'AbI14tei1:int5g'f7'ii Cnlonel. University Brigade 447 lv ,. 'E A Q I I , - .r, .F-,g,2:,,gij:,5gL ARTHUR .CARL CARLSON. . . . . . . .i.C7iicag6-'nj 'I I . ACIVIL ENGINEERING V ii- ' . A. S. C., Fi.: Chi Epsilon". 'A ' if fi 11-Niiifii . . ' . f . . . iriii BERTIL. ARTHUR CARLSCSNZ . .Z . . . .Keiinkznfiefffi ,i" MECIIANICALL ENGINEYERING Kappa Delta Rhoi I ' . ,.!2.S K L'., Q' 1 Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. Pi Tau Pi Sigmai Scalihard and Blade: Synton: Captain, 'Uaiii versity Brigade 642 L ., Q , r,j'iQ. Honors Day fl, 27- M ' I CLIFFORD CLAREANCEA CARLSON. . .'WauIgbganlif'f.'. COMMERCE i ij 'ii General Bukiness " if .fi-: Ma-Wan-Dai: Tribe of Illini: Fresl1111an,Yl1isitSf' Basketball Squad: Varsity Baseball Squadfitb, X Letter C33 .. L C- ' , ,., j'i-gfffjx , ' 'I . A ,akI5'4'-fi'ff'77flii1-i'1 . ELBERT EI.w0oD VCARLSQN, . .Yorl51iiile...Qggfz1' , GENERAL AGRIQUL1-UREJ' N .le Alpha Zeta . J, 1 - . " 'D f ROGER GUs1'Av WII.l:lANI CARLSON-ChiCUg0iti,f,,, FINE AND'APPL1ED,ART5 V .gig Landscape Archiiidtiure, Delta Kappa Epsiloiihi ' . - '-ffffj, Tu-Mus: Fresliniaiii V1lI'SitY'F00tbllu Srlgxicigkilgf'ff6t'V.--'13, l11te1'fr11tc1'11ity .Council 43.-ADV . W. , DONALD ALLEN CARRISON-D.. iff it COMMERCE General Business. ' A Kappa Signia A Synton , St. l'etersburg Collegg V . Pugr .33 X. 1. ..j,w,v.1. s- A .4-zgzygsgwygg-g'EQgf:.ngI,q 1 hcl H 53j:-jfg-if ,gf11Ef.,'-vt .EgQf.:,:2g , R F:g.5:v"?'f' -5 ' Q A sQ?i'71f -f'i'lv?5f'2Y",'f ' 3,j1fiY'.a-I,1:,- 'y fgzzlzf, '- - A .ia '92-5'Z'55'Ik 1143-'.?' i' - " - A e-R2-fagiubg , fi' zffsiaf.-I f, f " I-ffii? 'I' I, rf fi f ig, --f' M ff ., I T,-fi , I-h,'.-rg-egifgfg f- I -if I U - , -7 . ?g'fIg1iilg5E,2-Dfigamig,ORVILLEECARRDIJ,. . . -.T - -ai - -'AIIUOQLI 'fmt-rg. .-I Q I ' A ' L55-3x2?E25i:ffT7's:f' 32 if - 2vEL?3f5TfUC4LI ENGINEFFBIAW' ' Qfkiifilifiiifjiifitw5SigI1I2iL?.fCaissnII Club , . 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C hicago 'mm.. EDIICATIONQ, ii 1 V as , I , I fHiS1vfy fi I "1fLQg2T3IiIIiIiMppInf- IiIIniAQIuI, I L 3 ""k gfiriarie-Qollegei Lgwis 'Institute - I ...m ,Q fff:vNff.3'E 51 , f .. . 1 f, 1-fi 1 I 4 gif-CQRRIN, PifE'sEoI4i"fCATELINTffl,- C. .Chicago Lf:,Q-A?7p14lj,Q-fj . f A11 ECQIl0WliCSL - ' f - I " '"'E2jzfiQ5fQjCrlIiiSSOn1,K3li1h:-Srialghaifml'ikiIdIB1ifjie-2 'Mews Glee I "-, Glub,Q,f31gf475sMajmg'Uihiversity,BI'igade Q-IJ ' Vi, . A1?5iiHQmtS,Day ul, -A ,, .. .K ,, M V ,g3IQrgI1':1iL::. 4.1, -I I' Q YT E. Iifiiifi M ii 7 F N g2?'kfiEi1ENT Inis, CHANIIIERLAIN ..... Champaign I. L'3-'FINE'-gNDLAPPIQ1ED ARTS , ,x 21 'iffiikzillifllrlfllg' A j ' QQfQfigf2iIllLustI'r1tprs 555 I V i ' VI'RifILi CIIA NIRIDNQ J RQ ..... Carlin if li ' 1, , 7 4,CbrsIMI:RcE ' ' A W Z 5 -Blinking fllIl1VFiUl!flC8- 'q,fBE1g:IQ Gainnla gSig'Inal: Plii. Eta Sigma: Behi Ti-lfAJIil-Ia 'ql'si,: Aocountznlcyk Club: llNl6D6llllE'llt I U5 -", i, . - . ' 'ikki'Z1,fgi2L10II'fIYs Day- 15324 33, C K ,jliff L' W f E, 194 ' Q' K . A ig -vL- fa V , .f v' C . i,'gy1ngQIIif'MIiLDREII, RUjImH4' C.HARIN-. .lm . - - -Sullmin T C 'LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES E, I 2 i I. Home Economics ,fhjl Dem Kapbil: Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota .2r.-Signing 'Pig Olljicron Nu: Phi Upsilon Omicroii Pflgv -'75 ERI ' 1 . 149 .. .3 IE J if , uf I ,- ...f" 173 'E-E Nga -1 'I ' .fzif1k'4.:'1Rg1 . 'J f sifyaegexi' 'eA:.f'+IrI.-'J-.r'21'1f- , .I ,JM HOWVARB 3MQNR0EI1,QHENEY, E -v'C Isfgfffaivefw R557 C1- I CPC' Manager. Uniyergiiy-IConwrt ment Board ' Q1 g'CfIiSsmI- Blade: Cupi':,IIn'g"Umversiity Br'i,,aigLie,4jI:Q-3' ,,, , , I 51 2 Q 4 T Q2 X g 4 I ,j2j:1' -'ffti' 1 N 1 , D , " ,,,i"'.-rggii., , .,- 'Q 1 . , ' . : , ,D . .gwzfg , 1 , WLCC 1111? . f 2,ggji.,2g flifgiif HENRY lVI Izmn CHESQDE5.. Dzqilasgiqglif-rI3z,f:1?d: ' FINE AND APIfLI.ED'VART5ii ffQQljQffj I ' AfCh,if6C5llJ5B'ix'gE?.'pi4V' B. A. I. D. I 'ii I ' Ji. - Ly. L I I , 4 . . , W .giijgeh --f':,J'2fgi'i . , , . ' . -' ' ' 5-Wfff'i,g:i'.,I .?',d?,f'fi7f.' I . I ,-,.Rp- ,: : 'f,,:: .yi WiNFRIlii! CHARLES' . . .......C . ...A . . . . Ki?gf4i1fQregQ'5gQij?fi LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIES'CE5Aifff.'- A Phi5iRm21 Kappa f V ' I E Cavalry Oiflicersi - Club: ,Plialmixiz'f4Fr6EIiiiifqif Varsity Tmcki Squad: First Lieutena1It41I'UIrIgL,j4. versity BI'igzIIle C49 ' I V Ag ' .Y " " l'IIiveI'sity of Montana' 1 " 4, , ' Iijigfgil . .,. 9 JOHN DAVIIJ CLANEY .......... Ifillabliidge fi' EDUCATION , . ' V . Speech J Inflepemlcnti Counbil C2. 35: Vi1fsitY5DebiRi-,,l,"' ing Team HJ J 'I 4 , ' I I -I U, .I ,wfiri iw I mf .1. .Ei FRED ANDREW CLXRK- - -V 5 .,-.. JOURNALISM Beta Theta Pi , I - Ma-W:m'Da1: Sachem: .SportsVF,difIjg,!'If1ig:g ggi1.y,jg?:fQ5f Illini Cty: Sigma Delta ClIi:'Journsali9inj,.,ggzii4-fjggifgj cil fill: The Dgnily Iilini Cl, 2, 3j1fQ52fQ,,1Ag J It. I ' I ,, I - L1 I ., , M, :fr VII-R: LESLIE BLAINE4 Cii.ifRK,,JR.. LIBERAL ARTS-AND , V X ,Pm-Legal ,D Alpha DeltakPhiM ' I, .E-I Phi Delta PIII: 'l'u4Mas:I Skulll2IIgId'r,'CJ:ESd25Qiithi!fiQ4551:25 Cll3il'I1l!ll!t SoplI0IIImfc ,,,' Cotilljonifglgniuizifiiel-Algfffflivfgfvi ,fi , ,, I -. fi 4 I ' ' f R .irzi , rg 3 NORMAN FREDERICK CLARKEE- -RivEr1,EdreSff .. 71 ri 1 ifsfrfz ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' -V Sigma Mu Sigma A ' A 'I f' J ' Synton ' - N Y. lv F: CA RL os CLA I TIRE-ARZE '. Cuqcmlidbaimbcfg-gl Bllliligli? 1 CIVIL ENGINEERING V Cosnmpolitan Club ' fn-2 z: R FI'EShlll2lll Varsity Soccer Squad C R all"-32"f 5- ' sfrfji-QZQSASEILTII ,ur-75 .1 S L I I ' 21,-,,fggx3f,:f1, 1. - .. . 1 f . fr - ?GfffwSw. SCIENCES ' L I1Pfe-L'ege1., f . 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FlUl'il'l1llZlll'3l 'Clubz' Slirmlfrcr'1iInfi1rrii1ipIQf5?GiiIn?j. nli-tree fro: Illterfraterllity Cou'nc1ilV-g5,3fg5.ffV,4', v 4 .z 6 J 1. , , 4 s 1 VERNECI-I AMEUA EDl7QlfJ1j V, vVC0lNTMlE.BfZE,Hfi "l11f31V2f'fV4j'iQ5i' Generul,B'zi3in3zss A Phi Omega Pi 'f V' 1 ' De Pillll Unive-rSity E1.IsAlsl:'l'H ASHMAIN EQILIKUNDS- . LIHERAL4'AR'l'SLAND S4311-:NcrL5f1'7?1A1V1i' .VV 1 ' Economics V V 4 Y Y. w. tx A. Cabinet mg Alpha Kallpapeltai-:A 'rlle Dlllly lll,lnlVf2l V . 1, 1 V1 .1V,V,l5fi.l Honors Daly Cl. 3? A ' A f. '. 1 1 11 Lf Qi? ALBERT CARLV EDvv4guSs..'. . - Q Q :QQ .V Braolfe,s Point, Palawan, Philipplfrpoi GENERAL Acnriumfum: Agricultural Club: Agriciilhirul Club: Pi Tau Pi 1Signm: Captain, Uuifrgigzsity K Brigade 10 Q ,V ' ' " .1'5VVy:: H0xll:R El:cENi:VV EDWARDS, l . .'V.: GENERAE 15-GKlCUUfURE'f , Farm Hausa ,, V it LV Alpha Zeta: , A?ricultural'fiClub:, fDa.irjiffClub:l'5,j.f'fQl Illini Grqngge: -I lint 4'H'QlQub: Hoof anti jfdrll--Q-53.--2' Club: Illlllols Agricultu-rist 11.2, 51 Qi'Agficulg 515731 tural Council 145 1 L V TVVS Honors Day 'f3jf,'- 'V " 'A mf' . ,V . . - V- -1 - -mfg: A ' .',-..fff,7V::f1 ' ' ' i ,75114i,2e.1i.Q' Run: STANFQRQ A1ErmET,',- . Llln-:RALV Ams Amy! SCIENCES . if 1 V. Ji" TA 1 ,Historjf ' ' 1 - Theta Xi- , 1' V 1 g4VfV F1'E'SlllllRlll Varsity ' Vlfnotbfitl' 'VSqu'ad Glen- Club 61.127, Vl.lrsity'Ql9Q,C,luVb V13-,V-ng.-l"j1.1y:.:Vjgf3 .- . , f . f.H,.-51.1.13 l, - A A lv 7 ,f .gffy eilii ..-' 5111, f'1:'1'1l4 T, K, .1 gg,- A ,, .V,e,fl'f'i' K PAl1l.1Nl3 VIRGINIA EICHER. V. . . , LIHERAK Aims 'AND .Scumctsj :V5':f51f , 'V 2 ' Cllemistfllfi' . k A fyy' Illfil Sigma Pi V . 'V 1 f.ji1V.s'D.1f Honors Daly lip , A ' g 1 fn. r ,MW ,. gr NJ, '- I-H K g,,,f,,.gq:.,A N 51' Eli' fi- 'SPT '2?3'l5:N'iJ'i , g:.f-.'g1:.gz,gg:, A D. , , ' 1 V l?f?5f1Lf5-ffgsfyfi-5',Q24i1fS'15?3151'D 7 ' D - ffif'?1-"5IiIiif1oEEi,fHiI1oTT,A JR. Conn ersrille, I ml. -Q flAfiEIlVE-AND APPLlEDl.AR'l'S ' 5 3 u Q D pg jPu,bgzCgSc1wQz, Music 425113fQf'.Sl1nivel?SitxQ2 lwrus, ll. 2. 3. ,nz Varsity. mee L A . V ,, , Qlliff-1iIQiuha'x2:ia's,9134.,Firsr Regiineuml Band 41, 2. rf, ,r X.. ' D ' YZSM mf - 4, - 1-f.. ,,f,g,,.X . . K , . ,lim-M N, , ,V ,, - . S Ap33.1xN,fpN ., - rf if EEE, Q '?Q'S:':g,f A gv3lV.l,!5Qlg,A,5A:A j , V 1 , 1' f ,i2.g1T'jjl, j 4 f3f,22?lfQnil'Kl5 Emi oTT . . ...,... C en tralia iff 7 LiBEKAL ARTS AND Sclfzmiizs " qi--+C. :.,.,ua.,, n--fe xl if .N ,, ,I E eff 4Econ6miCs. ttcoiiceftvylliiihd, 61. 2-, 3, 413 'University Urclles- .. gc' mf., f3l'4'1f?5ff?e:Q5'g,, ' .W D M zV :,",fj gif N, ff' ff' -'11--L f K nf, W ,,,,. f , 12. - S' -4 5iWfnpigQxgijqInoWAnDi PAULING Esnncn, 11 j4'e.,ll,.fgfQ.'Q . .-1, . I' ....- .f ....... E1-gnglgn ,fu .mf-. -,,.., D .LN 1, 4 :.ufL:,L kv. :Z :Z kk., VI , N: COMMERGE W, 1 i55f?55'?L1,,,lt55314-?lPiZgfBan1cLn andlfmrznce , , 5l5fQl'3-nfs' w D' ' - .5 - ,, D 'T 7"1i',.L Sachem: Student Council fill ,.3fg-ewliiusinesi.-eiwfanager. The Daily Illini mg Tn- ,...Q fl. . in-j:gf4.MaQg:Sk?lHMafmi' Crescent: The Daily Illini 41, 23125 QQ,?i,2??1fQi"' Ql1Tl'kl7lll5I'll" Connell C33 : Freslunan 'lnierftavternity Council Q15 i5??'?5?? l i 1 1 D D pe D ?3'w'4f:! .M lx . .aw .:g,,:tli, -up ,. f fps- .,-133, .U ,, V W. 5 A wg ,. W 'iff 6 if ff. .1 .., ,,,1,,W,,A 4. , .--Wynn.. n., x , EMRICKY- . . Champaign ifgslf DCOM MFHQF, E322?,152?iQ?inlfi'l3 andgfinavfe e fm,jf3g.iggggg5,i3g1i1Y:,fvhinnm sigma: snnmm enum-i1 WiltEd2'24-'Ij:1f'f?dr5l7ii4ng'.'RiHesi: Caisson Club: Scnbhnrrl Aikggrfnnclf Blalidegg'-QPOIQ Association: Y. M. C. A. igagg,g','CahiuEE,'fGD'EiIndependent Council Hy: Mili- gggjff5tafy,gEQ11jk6ilif,4l3:fStudent Colonel. University Wt? K,u, glsrigpdggld-?',,,','1,' ' ,,...a ,u,. , . . -iezwiw .g ., e, Kg ,l.,.'-, . . . .L ,A !,..L:,k.V,,35g 4f'?'ffff1'T 4' i A W, ,ms - , .aff - 43 a e 1 1 iktiiriisp ENGLISH 52- - - ' - 'Chicago EDUCATIOVN' i Q . i' Q Deanes, Alpgljgr onaicl-on Pi , ,'1'i1g,1klii,5.gi,y . 7 1,051-1PIll7INV?iV EOVALDI ---- , ----- i . - .Benton i Hi 'L f ,IOURNALISM iGgADnnii'f,H,ovsfAnD Esau -... ,. . . llnushingzon iLf'iN!l-ZQHANICAL Enoinmznlnc A 111 lfI?nu7,Signizi:'A. S. .MLfE.g Them 'iumz Pi Tau Al?i,2SiQrnn1Capmin, University Brigrnrle CU ATLZDREY .THOMAS ETC!-is'soN. ..FllffI1L'l' City - A ' L COMMERCE 4 f General Business Acdountincy Club' Coast Artillery Club: Cup- -W 'q,nn.,Univmiry xzhgmiee up im- 09,8 ff' 'X ll? .f ,fm 6 1 E fi! 3 Q?-i -if ,Q yn? is is -ff' f-any we -I SS' mqgig, ' ' -Q.. A-1fs,"4,r, K . I , ,, . 55 1:52.34- P , . 14, ,. ji:,:,i,,if'pf,L-f5,fji31:qfI:algk, 3,gKigmNm:'r if Liao, ,Lg . U ,, X Q -, I ,Lia Hi:-, ky My .,ryv T R: pgjgrg B5 2 . elf .Cfpniixnyxcrgg V, , .y1...y,li, ' r Hy A 1'Qf,'11,Jx,'Va'gA V Y - . DW. ,NPhQ,:ERQ110H, ,nui ' V11 L A4'Countan1'5' eC1u1rri:BQh1e ,ifilphfr Qflivvrs ,Clubri .lilrktmffrmerhrw-2i,Q0upr11,,,t49fx5if'g3Qgi?g37g Fi rst- 1,ieut.erlQhtg AU'n'iversiU5e'1Byigad3yg431:'ET 5? ie : wzv f 1 -f'- Q fy 41 -f,' -'wl,5.:'G'5'Nf,ffl',q55'E lhmvrs Df1YieQTEvf2.'B3f.- "fi 'iiu iii vii. , ,iiu D- :iff .. 1, HSE? f iff D llul 'Wiial Yififfi A - f , ffghfp .. ' jig? :L 'J"L4J'g ELEANOR EVANS,-9 . . 4 . 'L1nnuALi-knwsnnn' Scmbicnshf i 551'-',5Tgii:2i,T - - . ,-.- n - - 9 a. NNMQ , -, ' I Pigeta Phii k,,, .h .. X Lincoln Collegeiviw ' 41 - wie, . A., Maki T111 lr. .-L 4-152' 227512153 ig.3'f3'?Y " 0 - f ' 1-me we Msg- -, f. 1, "HA ,,3sg-gum.: 2 ,f.,4N,,5,-1' Wai -L' ' .gigs 3: ijKfg,f151 l,,,,.Vg-i , 1:5 X., s.f.4.+,aW l, i ,.,,k gg lgwwv .. . M.-W- . . V ,, ' . .. l.,,f,,.m. 5 RANDALL RIDCIQEY 'EvANS.,Q,. . ., .,.. ui. f wus: .4-,sm gum? D 'Fine' AND APP.L1l'fIl'AliTAS ' i LzmdscopeArc1iitecgfuLe ffff' I U- L- A- Sl ,. Q 1 -, . A .. .. fig: Ho'-'Urs Day 141- 27' X L 'L D M D li i 3 1 4., 6 , YVONNE ' Louise ,EvANs'L,. . . . 4 - - . i.-!3DUCAT10Ne,7,ng'e ' 1 . V ,A'k , rf'Zb0l0gy'm,'f A rf Kappa Delia -li ,A .- f . - M .,-754-Ejgj A' Kappa Delta Pig Seeretary, Yi wi C. A, Y. w. c. Apcabmer an w e f ,fi Northwestern,LUnive:sity l , A' A j , 'flfjl I - - 'D . K K1 Y 1 - fi? i" , ff ',f,z?,1 . ., . ,. , ,vw X ',5,gu+:il :,+af1f,,. N, M 1 BIARION kVIOIJQfi.EVEllTZi- 52 1 X K'-,LIEDUCATION .fgf 3593f?5,f21f5jfg3f ' A History--, V- A ' Thornton Junior College 1 JonN CHARLES Ewinc -----.-. I-Maooniff Lineup, Ams AND SCPlINCl-IS 55584 , . V Chemistry fQ, Phi Delta Theta 5 'V 155, Loxnhzml College: -Western' il-llinoisQS3:Rie -if 'l'e:u-hers College ' I A 'A ffl,-5 ,AV1'b lit 'vf".C'1l W '1 FRANCES BELLIJEW FAIN ---. D. i ' AGRICULTURE' f i',i Home ECl777LUil'L1:CiS: 'V Q lf, iz., f,-'- ft-my L CAROLINE FARRAR ....--.-. . -Q AI-1umboltf'i, Acincuurunz V' in i N AT' V Home Economics ,.-k Q, lflusturn Illinois St?lfE!'T6?lCllCI'Si' College ...fl gf 'gl , . l,vff',f",.1",4 V - . 'K nyzwf: mf- . .V- X Q Page 61 A make -iff' N45 -xt., . t., v K M 7, .,,,..,,, , ..1 .. . .,,,.: .. .,.,. -A Q pw. it ' ,,..,,,. W- -WN. .N I -- .IfgQ.:w?I5f,'53?'Q: we-'km . wr-.-:M -Hi ' I M. .:'l".',f if.:'lLa-': -X ' - - v. .2 ' I ' . ' - ?'v'3sf'Q-i"i'.f-"Lui" .IEJQQ f -, '. - ' ' . 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I ZS f "SlQAi1MQi1hZ1 Cresukfnf27,54Ub11fI-'fall Sim fffg 5, Sigma PBl'SlllIlg'f l -R'ifleESQ:' VScfabl5ard IQ f5r.T21IrIflIpB!iitfe.:filren 131: iSophofn0re Eoptluill ' 1Qi'L?fNfaif1hg9'I': ,Military ,Council 1455. Y. M. C. A. fiv' 1l1QCf'll.liIkQ,f ,f4,Iq Major.. Universityi Brigade' Hb. fjgipikcltjiifalirf G91 V QT L 1 ft , LQ, 5 FENCIL 5- - -'51 - '- - - - -Cifwfl 1 f -ddiiefiv Cvlwhiifig 5.1713:51'f:97Fra4lIIIIizn Ivfnrsitiifiiaslfetnall' Squad: Vnmify A :f-M. Basketball Squad, CZ. 3. 43 2.I'1fESlllIlII'll.V!1TSltS' ,BgiselmllfSqna51ggVarslty Baslepnll-.Squad 12. :H V X ' Fmgrfsoy , Willow Hill ifrfiiif' ' -yi.-'Liiiggggyjjignlkgr xhbidiewtcnsl ' i lf ' 17 f 5lCl1erfli5lVry-it 'V r ,Q--sf fm .L . ILAWRENCEI Fsircusowg . .R Willow. 'Hill 'A N.A' Qf AmmA' Ll1il3R4lQ:ANTS AND SVCIEDIICES I lf 5 isie1?2e-Lvgalrii . I iil3f?ii1i' l?fil'U'QKf'ifvH 1 5 E E 'I' . . : , ' i mi:iiAfl11Ill'UR'iTHE'OllORl-I'qFERNCRlZfY- . . -1C,lil'llg0 ' ':COlll'lNll'fKCE, ' 'L',IAcc6untar1cy' . Ajff.fQ.KZ1pI5H. Sigma 1, - ' I pi .2 -..,if', !,fiIT?l.!'f34l'54ltX Gflifleiibngfv ' L Sf .1-I RUssELLzF1EI.D.L .PleaSIm.tzrille, N. J. "Q - I . '.ClVIL ENGINEERING Tifiitefrschmmlzxstici Cirnns iz. 37 Payw 0,3 13 --at I 7 K 0 1 Eiflbftl f?.iL3fT'i',g:,L , ,, f-,Q:..Q-uv., 2 1 'ff--T'W:5i56'i1. f ip: QQQQ4 ., I' Af ' 1-fT.TE.1qg'fI:f.5., faiiiiihgiii-fc-.. 'V X E.-3.I.':g:.f5gj15kF -wEf,A:.'.-5,-.2v'.,. ' I- 'lf 1fQ','f'f3?5-"P'75s, ,f Q' . D K . If . .. A i' ' -"'A f if 75? 7-1 ' h 7 I? .MORRISI Iwrmmfffrzfv- f .,.. I - , ' ,l,OgIlR,NJALISM A Urvillillllll T h e th 'Phi :V Sopllonibfglfhpseliallf-, ' Manager I. I ':.I'bifgf?Yfjf122215 g , 1 l i ' f ,Ellyn aw as-R Q F' 225' Q nv 1 Q3 13' 1 ' . Q ,f R 1 ,. fy, , ' -.axe , gf ww ' E' ' Rv, f ' - 'A , 1 , R -W f , :a'::'f1g ., , ., . , , , I, .-K.-' ' . .45 zrkw ,E .. ,,.,Irh .rosmf Mxiffhmbsi iF11Qff 1 A ' ,GENERAL ENcINfEEgINf,i:..1'v',Q-gr "f' , j'fg3f7jif'Lf , .. V A , ini: ' , new -, ,LLM-E. f , .. f u ..,g.1i,. Q.. 5f'j.fS::ffi41. J'14'fUiiffl'i wi' +.' fi'-3 'Q .- fr- :Is :La - 12 1953, . ' fa ,mnftrg ,:,,,,k.V EDWIN lNlORRISON' EFINCH' -f A 'Mi ,.'. .. ., . A. .I - . -W. L. ' H-zwmif ' . COMMERCE ' . , 'CeneidlfBusineSs- FI'ESlllll2lH Varsity Baseball Squadfg fvdriltyifill Baseball Squad 433 Q .f Q . WALTER FINK . . . .ff ..... I .A NIECIIANICAL ENGINEERING, ga A. s. 1NI.'E. , Q I I 3 DELIIERT EDWARD FIOCK ..-.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cqjgg Mfgglp: .5 ' KVCOMZSIERQIE E' Bankingand Finance fy M Sigmaullfln Sigma, 1 'LV' Firwt Lieutenant. University Brigadeit 'Z if gs l , ef',,f.nf.f .?"fg1? '.,?FLC .", GEORGE HARRY. FISHER - . 5 '3vCZq52fn.paigngj:i LIBERAL AIYESV- AND 'SQQIEVNQES 1 AIORRIS LELAND, FISIYER- . . : . . .Ch,aIr1'1Iaigrl,f',-3:91 LIIIERAL ARTS AND SCIENCIQS Y' N' H istorjf A 4 - Phi Guinrnn-Delta j' f RALPH MYLES FISHER .... 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LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES L- L I ,ere-L,ega1L Q Augustana Cqlldgef A Q A jg th ' ' X ' BERTIIYL' LENA L X L fl y if 15GR1ff'1Lwn5 i ifiifia-,:'2f ' I 'Hoffib Ecbribmicsi N Omicron Nui: 'Phi eUQsilqn Oinifroiiz' f, A5 Upiversityfof Chicggo, y ,AQ M. 1 1 f Gumznri EARL,k.GOlILIEN ,Lg fx -ij L LIBERAL A315 AND Scii3Nf:iSA, Phi Lmnbda, Upsilbli, HirStfi'R6Q5Wi1fxgf9tq1"BQ1id.? r QU , ' , K Y Fly- . HOIIQIISKDRS' '11, 2. af V. - ' -:V Avg ,4i7'1fj , - Y Louis IVAN GoLi5iu:1zcv....Q 3 'QL m-if LIBERAL ,ARTS ANifvSCIENffE.S . Q Chemfsgfyl 'S Pcrshinr: Rifles : Frishulrlh 7 Vgixrsiti Squml: Varsity' Water Pdiqh Squad! 'f2,i't1j Q?-fx . ,, A.,Qw,V,'.,,ALi55:V - - Lnuix., KTELVIN AR91'111m GOLDBKEIEQ-V A LIBERAL ARTS AND SClENC!fS. m5f e:gggy. Chemikal Engineqring ML., f Tau Delta Phiffi LLL L - 35 Phi Lzmibdii Upsilbn, Phi Eta Siglnaiisigtfiil' Tau: A, I. C. E.: Concert--Band Q1,12:,LLg43' .k',, All Honors Day 41, 2,-39A V ' I A "A, f ' K .. I 7 ,, , . ,A A f-,gi-Zkit. R57 A fini ffjlwj-5Tr'i: ' ARES:-"fi: vii, f' , ,.I,. ,: ' . A ,, ,f 1152, ff, VV I i5i,V-LL". . . f'f'f1i.f,f'f'A 31 ' --A ' DOUGLAS GOLDEN-A ....- Flora I f L:iQf' QQ-.jg ,-.L 'JOURNALISMA Q V .i'3??13i1e1i'r2i.r'C A I 5.115 I, 'L .W .A , ,Ly '-.X ' ' GOLLINGS- .Decatur T !.ffVV: ' EDUCATION fl 5 V Vf A I11:St0Ty I 1'qlQQr'fltQiaL'Phi',A1pha I O . 1i'OsiQ'Si7 -Cul lege . V, ' 'lf . Vi., ESTEDAN GONZALEZ --.-f-.--- I ' ,Q 5 . .Monterrey N. L., Mex. ffQtjQf3i,l?iNpZ'fAND APPLIED ARTS 2,52 qi V' -.-, Architecture A YSIA?fC?Qigindva1I1Anp Club A 4AliTLHL1fi C091-31, .... . . .Ottawa ff fi 'C gf Q, EDUCATION 4 If IA I S History A frhhiha C1132 Rho A Sbnior Class: Alpha Alpha ' itIa5gAlphg:'ITau Sigmag Cast, "Good News" 14325Tlnterfraternity Council 449: Captain, .nnivgggigy Brigade 141 .If DA ...,- . , ,V ........ Chicago jig 'fJf.l.iIBEli1ALiARTS AND SCIENCES A - I ' . A Home Economics Sigrug Sigma V L OldlFe1tlIer4' Orfm e and Blue FeItherS - I , . . ., gy I I: -ghie'Dnl1y Illini CID: Production' Staff. "XVOtta. Racket" Kill, "Trelawny of the lVells" Q37 ,'E,: ' ' Ll:iClf11CARCLYN GORDON .-.... .West Point . fLIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES -A ,I ffl , , Sociology ' 'Alpha Kappa Delta A I HOIXDYS Day Cl, 2, 35 Nl.-ll'lJORlE DENBY GORE! ..,.... Champaign V, ' A JOURNALISM I f . ' Qkliiilig Omiefon Pi TheViDuily Illini ll, 2? Dlvllifll' CLARKE GOTT. . . ...... Norris Cily AL V LHSEDAL ARTS AND SCIENCES - DV ' 'I Spanish ' Iihi Alpha ChigVMeu's Glee Club 41. 2. 3. LJ 'ISI CQ Y'-T' M if AS' rwfzi,-f"f1. Q - N912-S A.. :f1if"'7fC , 1 I riff:-QQTSR1-f:Y.I. ' 5 4.v.3.l:-,',"g:,- 17-'7,Fi1JIL'f'f5i. , Y-,tg ,gi 33:35 ,hz-..-. 5-C:-V -I 1-523115 . I ,, ,,.4,.,L-,A fnjgxg, 's Hznxmggv I VDANICEL' AAGQULQ I I ll KPHYSICAL EDUC4ATiDNV .3 3 'A'O jfgf. Delta. Them ' A Lf , M 'T Honors Day 'C2IlB7'3 F Q ' A C 5 'A ' V' A Q, '- I . CHARLES WESLEYCi'xGRAIIAIufQ. 2 ', .Qi Cfihierdin A GRNERALA AGRlCUL'l'URE Men's Glee Club Q2, 3. -ll: 6Urilverslty:ChOI'us, 42. ss, 43 , A ' .,L" Q" A inf llllllllllouful College I "" I f 5 i A 7 , r EARL BRUCE GRAHAM,.L...VVL , COMMERCE - 'Q W General BnsineSs ' ' V , Zeta Psi I , V V VV V L l-'reshmen Varsity. iwuter 'POLO "SfillQd"'fik,f' '- ' 2' Morton Junior College ' IA I 1 f' Vi A I V Q lggf j,5p,QJ ROBERT KPAUL GRAHAM. . . .A .'.-QfBi:pna1L'lSjViQq,g "iff COMMERCE? p I A-,if ' 'L General Business' . - . , ' V . V ' .Q-f I K?iPQ Sigma - i P " I I The Daily Illini Cl,'2l N fi f V A f ll'lAl-KY BARBARA GRANCER1- . - - I EDUCATION A- A O A l',LA : I , A History' I ' Kappailfappa Gamma M Rockford Collegekfor IWOmenI ' .4,.,l,. ,V V JOE DAN GRANT.A ...... ....,. 55 W JOCURNALISIW . I 1'-Cf? GRIIIIINI Theta Plxigr The Daily Illini C117 MQ YQ 1 ., XVELDON WESl,EY GRATTON.5...WfoadSgoc2E'f' 5 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS " Landscape Arcihitbizturp fl 'A xi . 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V ' 'L -Sigiraiibeltii Psi: Delia' Them -Epsinin: -Der gneiitsghe'-' fVi6X'6ifI :f Freshman-' Varsity, Basket: fbgt117Sqi1aif:i Varsity "Football Squad Q23 2, Vafg sityfQrossjCouIitri Squad 43, 47: Men's Glee f0h'19f U3 ' , 4 , " I -. ,.gcr:i:igpcq1rAge I A w I vi ' .3 Ii. fs, , E. ,V .Y My ,.. -,N ,f -. ggi 'A A,-,A+ .,.k,- ,ffg,..3,. A12gi:iQfEimigiii5 Gmc. .E . 1 I ., .-Dahlgren ' 'b', i3'EIv4siilii:Ei1iNii- V 4 . A ,f' 5'-if 4 1 :T I I 7' A ffbrayniifs A Alxiizriciip GgrziiIxlicfLSpciQtyV 'T vw-.ii ff: ig' - 2. - . . N ' - IS," "' .- 4 3453 A 11 V," , 2-A A-A ffl, ' L , :egg , Y 9 , Nw- iw, Xe.. -,1 ..-' - wrw L Eglin: -.,- 1.2, ,. . , ,ir-vw gf., f iii? :ft ,, ,LM-., , A ,-,q,,,.a , . N f .12 1.1 , WiF3l??f!1:C 41N9BEWiGR'1MM.-,- 3 9 - Cdlefw gi 'gli i4'QoiiMniifPEig H Vi -1 orj6ign'CqnzmQ:rce K V - A ,Z -,-L- f , , Z, " LY 1,frIiEi1iI'Dai1y'-ifiiinii 'mf Mews kcieejciiib 135: Narsiiigmeg Club, 449- If , I, I Dubuque' University' - i ' ' GIQMSON .V .. ,W,,. ,- . Jfqhifqaign ,i, A - ' :I1'1?f' :J-ma fm xr , Maki +A A-W' it f A1 - , c is ' ffl :,.,,,,i ii ' ,,,.L, U,5,.1fff:, , 4 ,ww , if COMMERCE - Q. Accountaniiy '-PhiiPiiPhi -' ,-prairie Coilege L i RAWLINSONQ-CROEE. l'GfayviIle , W' U CQSIIIIEREE ' , jg, 'I 1 Acqqwzzaricy .Acriciliiitnnfyr-4CIIIb U L ,f"f L H4?ff"'P1'DdYfC'3? ff ' 5'9lQ:Ti - L . , 9 'ff -M, iT,f.'Pf,-f A' , 'gi ,W ,g ' i ,j Lgffj --QBIQHARIQ 'BQR'I'LETT IGRQMETER- . .-.,.QAumm P. f CQBIBIEBCEU' , m L 1Genergzl Business - W ..1Iif5BlIi.'GarIIrha,Db1ta ' ii. ' A ' f"!, The llliajfljig The' .Daily jlliui C275 Fresh- , ,if-E, , . ik , ,, Y m.,,,:,3k., Q yaVifsitW'1'rack 'Squad Second ikegimengal -Zf1Q.Q23'QHnlfarfruterhiiiy Council, 43. 45 -- Pa g ze 68 ii, , A iiffzzsexx, f ,f-ifqrffigv, gl, f,.1- : Q5g5Eli'Efllg,,t A - I 'A J 1 .IEANETTE LUISE ,.Q5,0'SS -ffili-jf i' J I . -'J'0CiiIff'AL1Sfirf?if-I ? 'Q 1 Beta"PHi Alpha? , Y V,' ' i A f 'I'Iie'Diii1y Illini Qgblgfi-f iW2'lCNIl1lT2'lY C61 lege Q51 I 5 i - 'i if -- .--' K fi , -2 R .AA -, Ai.. i ,, ,ir ,ied'f'Ng,:, gr ,229 7, ' '11i:if'?f1fA 54.2 ' ' ' ' ' H f I .f'.4FisC73 gf I "" --"f? ' -- " '??'vL'fl,i2i2l., LUCIVLE 1N'IARCARE'fi,GROgSgSiI3fLiE LIBERAL AISTS I f Pvliiidllj Kappa Aipi1a'Th6fa,i,'ff,f ,,., 1 A' 4 Alpha Kappa Delta, A' ---4 nag fA4. :X Lyons Toiviiship Junior fr ij? . I v y 5 J'f'iNTg,"'j',1-'gyigf V 1 K' .- 'QQ' ffl, "'f'-J-'fsvxil if-A? , .4-Qirlfffwzgi TA, ,A-,,,,,a'g4gz -irix :aft mf V-ww :UU Q-i-2 if C7555 ,,. ,, 4, -WLM v-- .L Q 5, -- ..,,. W, 5: ' f .J51lf'F4' -' ' - 'mg 1.12-,151 it A-2' W. 1 -'Nw.- fav, HERBERT WILLIAM 'CROSSiifAiiI- LIBERAL ARTS ANZDK Tau Delta Phi -' -A - 7 V, 'rue Daily mini Q13-.3 FirstfLieuteIifSiHTQIUI1i1'fQ'2 ' versity Brigade 1-tb V 'V fifrig'-.',5gffgi',,1'g3f ' E ii -.5 ' : 'll'TiL,' 4, , g ,Ii 1-fi .f,f:'fQ,Y:ffi',l4: ' iiiafwf I i- . I , -:z'f,f,g-i avg ERNEST FREDRICK GROTH-5 - - I , LIBERAL ARTS ANEKSVCIEINQESQ V f Chemistry? ggi IAI I I'A' ' Chi Psi . f ' 4- ,V I -I ' L A. I. C. E4 fifhe Daily ,Iuipi Q, 29,-gj V, 1 V J , K A LV, -Air, 3, :3V,3v,hig -"li V A - 1.2, :Q-1"'fQy:'.7,:s ' W Jaw. kv. 1 fr, '-1 X?-Lf-'E , . ' -' --- N-"'1'S 'JL-v' .4 . x ,fi 4,311 iam :+L ,Ai -. ,.,., im. - uf 7.-5 ' A ., J ' W, f X gm , . ,f , -, .. A-,., .,,-.EA-, K v. , ., , ,. 41,1552 iqrfz WILLIAM HENRYA GRZQIINIQWATERL' I -.QQ lf A Qi . . . . . . . I M EC HANICAL ENGLNEERINQQ-Y' f A. S. M. E.: Eiigiiieariiig cgiiiicil 'iig- - i -f r . . , - -f i,",Lmig4f3f'.-A55 , I, A, T. , if w Qfi flirfg fi -I 3-if , ' .,4,aff:-4,5 wg ,- -194. , -'mf -R 1,141-,iA,-'f,f,, - - L' I"'Ll''fi1f4?39fQf7f-M? V9 I BIANIIEL CRURER 1 , , C0M,MERcjEf - 'F .Xcc0unt:Iucy'Cluh 1, ' ,- ' 4 ,' 4' if , 2 -' I I Q-ijggli' ,- g A gfn,,'..gf,iQfi:3g, 4:1 Nl 'S , ' ' 'L ' . E-'-I L' gi EDWARD WILLIAM GUTGSELL -'-. LIBERAL -'ARTS ,Ami 5315" 'E50'l0VfLif3i 2 4 -,i- 1 Lf?-s122,ii1 Phi Kappa Psi ,A 3, ' - R Ai- Skull flllli CFESCEIIE2'.'FI'6SilIHiili Vzfriity'QS5ififfY-f':'gQ4fffE ming Squzidz Varsity SVVi'Ii'IIDi.llg. Sqgigdg'GBJHETQml-'lfffig - , .,Qff1Tjfff '.:ffljiQ-if . . f ,, , , -awjggi Ex i' ' - i'jf-itz: . ' , , ,-,. ' Ci iii'-ft'-,, ' fi, --aw .,: wr ,.,- J Hi' K Ji'-GQ ,. 5.51. T',1:qaf1 ,Q ww it "'1,v'-r. RALPH OLIVER GIJTEIIALLQ- , AGRICULTURE i gl l , Ewfwfflici ' ' Aglfifultllfilkljclllii i, . JJ? fy! " , . ,-X ,.' , -.ww , f ' u-17k":'f gl: Efbws- f ' E- f.Q.'2tvt. r - f. f,1,,,,- .ff , 'yr " -' ,. N , .. , "lEfffl'llaf"'? .I I . 4 -- . ' . I - rf .. f. 5'5,g:A,1.:icE'-MfAqRENE HQGKLIANN- -East Sz. Louis :,'i?gEi5l?fg I ismry .7 I A de Espanol 35.5 F7701 I - .0 K , , . :Q , I . w , egg, ' I JET. gag?-I?f.i?g3 - if-eff 245' f ,I .- E I 1-.Wg ,A 1 iii i Tk, 12251 . I . . if.fJ1f1-A,1.tf'?,fk' f " -'lii' ii if ' - 3-5? S ' 'ii 257 ' 1 I I K i nf ' xgzii, ' ' I I I . ?:.:5I:?EQ?IA,Rk EMILERSON HAQER. ., ..... Beardsmu-n L lfilf. Z f I .CUM MERC5 n I H it g QQBdnking9 and F ifiaizce ' 0, I ' 1 Q A . , T I E I . f',El1liIffS1i NIELVINNHALL- E. .. . . .'.Bradjard K 3 EDUCATION L lfiswfy Quart,iggpggsgiigigg' gi: 'illqstmmrsg Siren 429 .gxgiogzirsl Day. Isp I It ffPQ1Ytech'nic, institute ' iL',-jf-,tf.' .5 Ev., , ?4'S1v F1375 'Qt -, A ' - . 'PATQICK 'HAMILTON .... . . . 101195 fl CIVFLIENGINEERING . ,'4A ' ' V , -gjglieiglunibr gonege 1 VAJQI V ' ' I R ,.,R6YfCLARL1NCE, HAMMAN. . . . . Bement 4 i i AGRICULTURE - " T fdgricultural Education :14Ipna.1faugAIpha I , I I Lineoln 'College " ' ' ' - JOHN VWILIQIERT HANIMER- . '. . .Moline ' I I A COMMERCE, Q 'ff 1 f , Public Utilities j Sigma Kappa Q' R Alpha Kappa Psi: Scabbarel and Blade: First ILieIIteno.IIt,'5University Brigade 1-Ll - . . Mann: ELfZABE'lfl-I, HANDSCHIWI .-.. Chicago . ICOMIIEREE '-Gene1'al.Busine5s X .Phi Omega Pi A ' 'V ' ' I .NI1zIj.si,QQI1Iinois"Union ,M-instre1fShow Q35, "Good I i ,NG:Ws?'fw-i3l..1-f5GoImd-IMorIiing DeR1fi0" C-il, Y. 1W.fjC.:A. SHXIIIZXSIIUW 131. ,H0lll8ClJlHiKlg Stunt I ISTWK4 447'y . ff ' ii i It I- ff f, 315 ' ffl'KE5'HRSzNffCER'1'RunE HANSEN. . . . 1 ,Gardner " ffif H .JOQRNAEISM ' A 1 A1pharDeIm'TheIa j , I Qf Kappa Tau AlphazliAJ:uIIeboni:In l,iterury,So- . ' eioty: ,Firstr Council, XVUHIBDIS League 442: et-','!'B?f9'H9lICUiQ.CQUHUI C43 'I . i iff',fIfIE5IIox's Day fQ1,'2D.f' ' " ' . kaafx Lk I E I I i E I 3 13 . . 'I 2 3 3 EI 3 1 1 I! 5, 5 I.tz-:wry I iiii A , - j "5-Eliza, ., -f.A23,f A If .Em -' , ' ,'. ,Qg":g,4"i, .1 I I, ii-,I Mw- ': . ,,.5..,W 4, if-Eh., .- , . '.1T.5g:',.E-ms, Y' , ,M ,.W, .,..A 3, , I:...f:i,tE-,.z.:f.ua A .5 . . V5 gin. f . I. I iiii' MARY KXTHERINE'I HAN,sr5N1.5-I 'P Q LIBERAL-IARTSANUK ScIEITg,Ejs,, ' 4 3. i?',Evi.'1iSfffc Honors DZi.5Tk'.f2l-I-'I 'fig Lak V --ff 'J - ,, H 'w,,-E,,- W. R 4 .. ,,.. 'izifzilfff i T N A,i' ffl I .fjfjff5f QV'gffI:gpi! . THEODORE MILLER HARDlNG.'Q.-'-'5'7EEIgfl5'fD713, -. Q' VVV, I I .I r 4 .. I , lC9ll'1ME1?CEx. Fgff' V f I Brmkirig antl'Financ65"'5,'f' 4 . I. , K 'K 3 I , L. N ,X,v .4,vi '.5,'t,f,, Alpha Phi Alpha X A '- 1 Q , V, Accountancy Clubg Freslpigum' Squad: AFreslIII1arI Vgirsitgf Footlqall qnwjlgy -1 .2 Ai ,, at 1'-753?"V5?Si , I I ' . , . 3 ,Rafi A I. 317.5 HARRY TEFT HARLOW- - ---. I IQIBERAVI, iARTS AND SCIENCYES V Econorriies , 7 ' N Phi Kappa Sigma . ' , f f ' 'L Q rl ' "" 5 X FLOYD CREEK HARRIS. . fl . ., .3 .West Q J 1'::'2f5ggg5 A it ' Chemiatry M Second Regimental Band. G1. 2. 37 Q ,-m, , Enucnxom I ik. f..,ifQ:5:f1j I' LQ all . i 2?-TS' ,,. fre:-nw Ji. .Y , ig-1.,,,: EDGAR GENE HARNEY- - . ,li-Q-Sycariiljfg , 3 it f t A 'LRR 1 COMMERCE I , Banking andpFifzance ffqy ' Beta 'Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta SigIIIa:i'Agg:p3in- .2 tancy Club ' A K A , V ' Honors Day 41, 2Q 35A ' ' U 5 'j gf'-. l ' .V . A 1' k Y . If I .ww-, gk .-.LIBERAL ARTS AND ' 'Geology f Honors Day 125 I ' A BARIIARAXJANE HARRiS- .fi .... EDUCATION X ' ' 1 QChtfmi.iiry, yfj-Eg:- Alpha Chi Oniega i Q 'g f Mortar Board: Torchg Kappa Delta -Ph' Albhai Lznnbrla .Delta: AAsEociate Senior Mitnagergi ' AIAHGARET FRANCES HARPER- -.Woode . , 1 -v I 'X University Concert and .EnteI't:IinIIIeIiIt'B0rfI'd.--- fre cw' Y. W. C. A. Cumneti 43. iw Cr01'd"'F9Hfff-fvii ersf Shi-Aig Orange and 4BlIie 15'eatlIers-'.ClIi-' H cm cm. The Daily' IIIIIII 11. 25: Star-cimrseifiii , ,Zi qlz. mg ,Tennis III: Ereuumm .Im-olre,.Qm'1I:",IITtE1f1iQiI23 mittee I 1 I 1. a 1' :Eu Honors Day fi, 2. tal: .Uvniversity ofx I11ifi6'.ig" -5. Svholurslxip Key C35 " ' I 1 .Vie fix . I . ,, 4 .- .e.XA,E.,.y-X . 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Oak Park Y- I 'iLIBl5RAl..',ARTS AND SCIENCES - --Zoology A -Alpha 'Delta Pi l I :Gold',EeatherS: Orange :xml Blue Feathers: Chi ghi-,iChl':k The Daily 'Illini Q15 3o,'1'hc Illio, C232 I ad'sDqy:Committee 613: Homecoming Coln- mittee 12, 33: Mothers Day COIllIlllft09 CZ, 33: Pun-Hellenic Council Q35 lVlYilijNl DAYTON KING .... .... P illsfielll 7?-ffff f il 'COMMERCE " A ' General Business f Delta' Upsilon A Skullflxlld Crescent: Alpha Delta Sigma: The Dnilyillllnl CL. 2:33 I I p RI,QIL'iRlQl MCLAIJRY KING .--- . ---, Kewanee I ' 1, . ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Kappa'Delta Rho ' A. LfE.'fE.: Eta, Khppa. Nu: RPi"1':IIl:Pi Signing, Skfntou: The Illio 623: University Chorus HJ: Major, University 1Bri'g:lIie' flip Hoilolfs Day Q13 JAMEs PHILIP KIRK ....... ...Moline g COMMERCE 'V General Business Phi Delta Theta ysfaiyrzm-Da: Sucllem: Band of X: The Illio gg, ,Y 2 'O' 'Ulf' if ,Q - J ai X QQ ,QQ I 42 . A ,. . V,-I ,Ag ALDERI' WIVLLIALI KI'RAsCgIENDAIlIlI,dZnr:ggq FINE, AND 'APPI:i1lEID:ARTS'X -5.5 22122 I I Arohifewm o Varsity Wrestling Squadfllg 253 ",' MehZB5QGlee,J::'3'gif-X: la Club 425 V , D gf ,, f K, , , kin , 5 ., X 1 I S1 5 1 -4 u f K' lfffwl. S. JEROME S. KIY'0Vl'fCll-l - -'Kan.5dsjCiQ55yQ :Mgt 'LIBERAL ARTS .KAND4 SCIIElh'!CESfzl31Q 7' Q Chemical Engineering D' ' I Phi Epsilon Pi ' A- f Kansas City Junior College l E A I I ' 'G.,,7b..'. ,lf ELEANOR WILIIELWIINVE KLEPI- - f JOURNALISM ,"x 'Q ' vj' P Beta Phi Alpha V, I jf 1' 'ff Ol':1llgo':lIld Blue Feathers: Tllc' Dal-iLyl5"Illinif:. ill' D'lLlyS Day committee 433' 'Seniorliall f'0lllIlllllf0E' C43 I v V. 'Q , x , l., M ' f 1 G 4, Jonx FRANKLIN KLEPINGER . Brook-sion, Ind. COMMERCE ' 1 Xi ', 1- I 'Banking anllpofinnnbep Sigma Phi Sigma ' Q 4 Alpha Kappa Psi: Sigma Iota Epsilon+i'?lef-fffzqf rotsz Siren ill: Interfraterllity Council1Cy4If 5 NIARY EIIIZABETH Kl.INGNER. . , .............. ' ,. . 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I ' ' ' ' ' - ' . . 7. - w K , 3 ' ' lrlhc of Illllll, l+roshln.ln Mllsity- ,flrack 1' , Squad: Varsity 'l'rzlf'k Squad 127,-Letterlf3L2 Illinois Union llozlrll of Directors C-ly: Engir' I lleltflllg Council fij K K I f g Honors Day fl, 2, ill: University of' Ilflinoisxz I Scholarship Key C37 A ' A -, s' A 5 ., Pfq1rf7'9 Ka. , 5-:W-. v .gf A. ww, A A . wsQe2??frf ' , .iyr-113.4-' v Q A Sw , V-vgfiijgg .. .. N of, :1...f,f, ,,. . . , v , - mSrQiiQ":f 'iS,.:'1:, ' ' A 5 -frgwf--e.'q1-it yfrjo - , -1 A-, , my., 4' R A il 'i-'xf,lQ2llk i' A h ' A no A A AiL1fE,RTl5AKQC'II- Y- 4 - fr- .--. - .H zgizlzm J Q 'L14BsaAIg,AR'rS' ANDYSEIIENCES - i2.4f?f1'2F"l'?"12afi ,- ""' 5',b4aQgig'f'fg, z, -' A ., v A A 1 , Egfr?-xEiYk:af"oeQ.' :'Q,1gfi-1'31'-1.2.1 :?!Speecli' 1- .g w if " h A I Sify?-542'QSigmaQgQDEH3 ,j312l1i-1'Co-Chairman Homecoming 2225.21?ft?Sh4vffCzSh9wfwe CMM "G00f1rN4ffwS'V13v I. 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W... . ,,,,,,,, .fgnyu-, A, A..,. ' gif Q71 A iggws. - A . 1 ' '1iQg:3'?'bi -vi. .'5' FRANK Jorm Kmz, -. ---- Fifi'-L5Chiqgg0' ' .A EtorgcrnicAigilEQNc1NEn1i1iio'jiglL 7 Lamhdzi 'Chi Alpha' ,V Phalanx: Pi Tau Pi Sigux:l:'A.'xIi,AEg Lieutenant. Universityv Brigade ,142 ff' V1-:RA Ross' Kmz ....... i . . . , l 1 A , JoUnNAL1sM :gf A 'Qilih , Alpha XijQDelta ' I ' A- iiyi Q 3 XVomen'5 G1eeiCIub V425 K A ' ' , " il Morton Junior, College: Northwestern Univeri sity: Uniyfersity'0fAC010radu W .W ' I QA LEROY EDMUND KRUGQEL. . . , . Q ' COMMERCE ' ,CeneraloBusineg3gi:h ,I Sigm5Pii ' 1 The Illio H0251 Chairman. Sophoimjre trlflkfiifl mal Committee: Inter-fraternity Cou1'adiI,j,G3,' 45: First Lientennnf. UniversityLBrigagle,',Qf4DA' , 'pw 3 , , ceo' IRviN FREDVRICK KRUGHUFI5-1 . Q - . , ELECTRlCAL4ENG1NEERiiFQ V- ,Qi A. 1. E. E. A . j Q pf , ,Nw OSCAR RAYMONDVKUE-HN .i.. Eag5p'.SZ,f if Comivisiicn V 4b"i W: L ' 1 MQ , A Cenerg1lBusines5 I ' A Sigma Phi Sigma' , - MILTON KUKVACAK ...- y- QQ Q fi-Cfiirifzgkii LUSERAL ARTS ALND'SCYENCES 1 . Prclegdly 5 3 A ' W.V,' Delta Thfmiphi 'V :ff ikve 7' W"" gliifiit A - ' ' ' ' ,v13'1t"f :- : .rFv.,jgff L, f ..+- mug. if M, 111. Fi-53? xg ,' I Ag., . ,. .M , .W .-Q . A zalfcmf HARVEY JULIUS KUIJNH-'AQ . Q? 3, ,VIN lg-.. in L: f.f 1' V --.- Decatur ii.1j'1'i I 1 A 'L VCGVMMLRCE' 4 1j Banking :amz Fiaaace j I,ijKv2EL25'45i2fi1?1 I ' N I I 2ROSi5'll2fS1fgi3L1Qii."LRBONn- .Q . , .A--Uakw iP..fk i EDUCATION . , - 'V f5HomeVEcf0izaAmias - ?i,1fCQ1'lF1?15f-Q-1 'D , 'sI'10D1ei,jEC:gi1lD1ii,ics Club: Miplglilaf Ball Commit- Iiwiffilfi i . A ' , L Vg, h.. 4 , , . N ,nw f v r,,,.1f-Lf., ., ,. ,.f .-'- f - LAEQUSI . . . .fl ..... V. . .Chicago ENGINEERING ' f91.?!1ilK5i1PH I R ijfiQii1izs4.'liIiIRRfRV LAKz.j. , Jgf. .Champaign .m"' - YCOMMQRCE ' 1,fi.Qi,fIgz1aSL!iaZ'Admiaislratiqn ' gjfSigm5'A1p.ha.Epsii0n I .I V L?reside,n,t', 'Student Couupil 647: President, Y. A-lVL5'l3L, LAT- MH-'i'1IlMaS: Skull and Crescent: iBaIIdQkiL-aigilrllinois' Uni'ungCabinet fill 3 'Board u1I,DjIjegtorsg. Y. M. C. Ap 1.17: Co-Manager. :HbmeI:Oming',Stunt Show Cal: CO-NIFLIIIIRCIX EHlinbiii1U-niolnifMinstrel Show C335 l4'reslnn:m Bftxfiiixig.-'C0lnI1IitteE, C152 Inter-frzxternity 59l1Y1Q!l:i3..42 , I p .SllERBlANk LASIBRIG-I:1l1H Covington, Ind. 'JCUEITJEVNGINEERINC ' Theta Kappa Nu X,L. ClgiA.E,VV I . VV M urdmi'Univemity OIQORIS A'NNA.LAND'.f . . . . .. .... Chicago fig, Vi i COllIIlIl5RCE . Econpmics -ffmAlplii Xi Delia J l Aizconiitaiicy Club , Ci'ane.Cjol1ege ' A ANNA JOSEPHINE LANDAZ . . . . .... Chicago 4.53, 7 g - I EDUCATION. . V, Q ,ji Home Econamics - Ql1ig+IgVqQNormal Callege 'Q 'V .ERANCES'-MARGARLTQLANGE. ,. . . V, . . .Chicago Vfff Vf VVTLIBERAL ARTS ANDKVSCIENCES ,.-.L. ' .LT Ggmani W 'lforhhz Phi Bela Kappa: Alpha Lmiilnlai Delta: ,YL W. C. A., Cabinet 135: Gnld Feutliorsz ,Gilmnni Alpha Chig. Aletlienui Literary. S1ll'lA 6tY2'gD6kY-D8UISL'l16' Vereing' The Daily Illini O., 273 ,The Illio C233 WOman's Editor, "I" Book Q35 VA ' V - -H4iuOrs"'llayQf1, 2, 35: University Of Illinois .'S67li0l:Irship Key Q35 V 1' 'il W 'Q' qi, :VL .V , , .v,25X,'ff:q, I ' ' , , . -f ,-,ff . .4 V, , , . - . ,R , ' '-.::".-i.ff.f:i,-If ap . M? I - D fs . ii K ,lr gm , ' .4 , - . .3 'Ing -4' f t f-Sli-ff,..-3565, I 1 L EDWARD ALEXANDER, LARKlN?'f.'i11:pV 3 .L'hI4:z?.go2:,gi?fi35gg - , I LIBERAL 'msm.aShsfiQr1sQiI va. Q ' g Efiglisisr- . .L 1 . " f h'-- I Alpha De1PHQPh1I ,R ' fir University of lirizuiizigx V ,T - ' if I A Lf"'iYF'.f::'i2:i"isN" T' , -wi ,.5-L aww I L I " '1 ' f.??Q?5.':QJU3'flf1 I O ' Y -' 'aww " ,- i-3:3 ferr: -Q. -- 352: 1-' I' ' .Riff '14, s A R-.,,,f-I V, :,?5,.,f-A .. 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University R'f r.-f s x 4' ,Q ,, " ,jltf ff 5.,,k'1EJV ' ' VVAl.'l'l'1K SCOTT LAWRENCE-,QV-rg.-". - F 1 GENERAI. ENGlfl'l'I-lEfll,NC ' V X Delta Phi I vi' ,g1.,, l'i 'l':1u l'i Sigma: Captain, UIiiveI'I-iity.Bi'i2ajQi2. up V . ,. w 5- , . , ,. .,.-gn ,Q .VV . .-V .tug .. ff .na 35-. :'1 .-- f.f.p1.f.V.fV E11 . f 42 iffzkii 5? . ' ,lil-"f"Qf ' - Iifirc 52555753 . V , V V ifgf, jg,'?V1ViV " ' V l'll-1RBlill'l' IIENRY LAVYSLQN- LIBERAL ARTS-AND SCiEliiCESi'f'5Q.'g"f-75? , ' ' . ,.,v17".: ff, f160l0gy ,' .xi-i-imeningiaz Rim Liuiiienemt, llrizaulc t li ' - . I ' j ggi' v'l'.142Q!"'.?'ifff , .- - .- , .., ,V .gp fx w,..--ga . 1 ' R f --m :.."2' 'iPN"1H-115 Page Xl -.ay wrffwa... wi... if 'I . ,,,, ...og . A f"-swf 4'-+. 2- Q. -.Anhui 1 fra- ..i6:'. ,A - jg :gf fx- A QI:-:ys3Q..!,.. .v,.. . Tifilif .fi ., :nA . gi.: ,V f - W, -H f f'i,ViQ' .. ,-'25, H'.'7'? R V , , T' Q 7, ' . .Evanston . .ff 1, f 5 :ILIHERALVARRSIAND SCPIENCES s4.1:t':z.:f.,-'-" ff' H 14 I 'I -I ' cimfroigf err- fglfffis. 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Gdnerul Business ' klphix Phi Gmega-If Accountancy Club Si.rxiinQIxSJJnive'rsi:y A V, 'V Q . I. SEBMAVRA ' -, if ipleasant iPlains V AVAi3l,lICUil,TURiiL'ECON0MICS C' flQ1tAiU12Si16irf A. In - Skull audxfresccnt: 4Agricultural Club: The Daily -LlI1n1f'11Jg1University Livestock Judging 'EQFMAJQH I' I In S A JVQHQ LAWKENCE LEIDENHEIMERI .... Herrin ' . if A QVELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' ' lensuat. Universi fy - Brigade I Q49 ,., 431' . , Riirilllyl 'T ----.--- Lawrenceville I-fjfififi' f ,Agronomyo ' A Alpha AZCUIJ 'A-g'ricultu1':1,l' Club: ,Field and .ii A r A r f '1 2 A M 'T 'lj'-,AJ0.l5ll!iA3NoLD JLVELINE... . . . .Chicago .A .-Q S .,V.t ff arf-:I-7 gif" V CQMMERCEK ' ' 1 -,giccou-fztancy l'r1.r11' HH' D 7 9 , 134 X- V 45: . E il. 1 li. -Jw 'Y - ma: Q 1 - -if A 4..-.,q,f,f.-.-.,,W,AA:.ygN1- . riff.-f1s1.:.'B.:ggIN H ,V if :..yf:.Q,. A ,.V 5 , ,V,.5mV.,m A 3 A ' afiSa:wt..,2. I 3 N--,.-.nf egg, gs.-.Q ' . ala.-v gas,-f-A Vs . ,, V. 5 fs., , ' Lf, Q ,rl .A ,f AWN...- R. ,ff -AH . . A..-if LESLIE CARL ..LEMBISf- ' '.K'??'?!ff?'5l?Qa-i'ff2'37 ' A ,' , ii '. . jgf VZ. 3zf"Q?C ,. .V ,aiiivi Pi Kappa VAlpha "" Vi ' l V . fi 'Qgggf Bradley Polytciifhnic Instintuw ' '-b' fi Hygpvlc LENC . . . . i ..,. If I VEDUCATION V jf Histoiy' -V VV V Alpha Omicron Pi - - V V A i V Torch: Chairman. W6lll8lf,S Lcsiguef?9S0.dialiff1-QV Committee Mb: Shi-Ar: The -Illio VU. 273, -ffll nior Council, VVoman's League C323 MDtll42Y'Sfi.zf' 3' Daly ClllllIlllttCt? C37 'V - P ffl lo 4-4 BIARIE IVA LEONARD-if ....-- . . , -Q-1 . LIBERAL ARTS' AND.SCIE1'lQI-QS i Matheimatics A A l'i Mu Epsilon Y ,Z Honors Day Q25 ' A I, KATHRYN EI.IzAIsETII I LEU'TWILEKl . ii LIBERAL ARTS PAND SCIENCES . . . I. History Pi Beta Phi Q T Z ' I W. A. A.: Hockcy Team, CU J Rockford College f0TIW0lllBH 1 - I CERTRUDE AANNEV LEyERENz EDUCAIIQN . - .. .. .'.. .1g.na5g5gIz5i?y' Af.: 1 , Art ' Der Deutsche Vereing YV0lllCl1'VS Glee CIulf"'f4IlVf5 University of Chicago: Illinois State. VNQtyyal' University V I .- up 'V ' JULIA ELAINE LEWIS- - - Q llacksbn, if LIBERAL ,ARTS AND SCVIENCAES, 5 4 A French A A Yf P' 'Ai Alpha Epsilon Phi f Alpha LaInbd:1"Dclta: Pi Delia Phi? lanigso- 7.1.7 ninn Literary Society: Le Cercle Pfrqiicais' ai Honors Day 127 .. V -Af' ,I 'P Millsaps College A L 7 A ' W .. fx f WARREN JEFFERSON LEWIS- -'.Sp'ringfieid LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES - V .Pre-Lcgal , 'VVV ' - Beta Them Pi Phi Delia Phi lV:IbzlSl1Collegc , NIAXINE FRANCES LEWY .-.- ' EDUCATION 3 ,E ' fffzg. 'ff M Cengral Science H 5' U Minor IA: W. A.' A.: Jniiiesonian Qfiteialryfxfl Society: Botany Club: Soccer 13.451 Baskctw ball 13, .193 Tennis C3. lj: Ping Poxigvnflbx W- Morton Junior College A W I ggitfgk S A 'sf ,,-,,:af,,.,, A . ,A I 1 , X, , I V V :.LiEB2mxIAN . .V . .I . chicago AND SCIENCES Lfillifgvl fl ' gPfefLegf1Vl I A z3v'l3Taml1E1rd:Phi f in I I . Varsity Som-0erVSqu:iIl 431 T,CEQheLQ6lleg,fe 3 'Nortliwesteril University Q, ,,,1.:N',,i ' - 0ii:'ifDer' Deutgche 3Vereln: Ac-A QE' -fi-',',',f', ' , 'K ..., .P ,Vg ,. V ,V I' V .fKOBER11 I GUST"'LINDEBORG- - .Norway, Mich. ARTS AND SCIENCES 'lVf',fi-'Vlfrefllfledical ' ' Vssggpai Delta 'Rho' 'I - 7.fQmegg3VJ3efa:PI V Qigfbrtlifjgntral College INGARAi,lgIlNDENMEYER- .Oak Park 11.51-Q - be EDUCATION A 5, ,KaVpDg'Delta,if', ' g PV ,M:IsK"ai71LgV Baublez' WoInen's Debating Tenln gfiigijllirbggluctiqxf Steiff, "Gold in the Hills?' QFCKJQQRVSQOOH Vi Mroruing DeariJe" CLD, "Yellow xl.aelii5i?RzQ4.5' I E I , , ?1i3a5i?IjebiigE,-ge, V P ' DER, . ..... V .... Chicago jff 'CWI LEE NGINEERINC I .Iv 7'1ffD9lf?ifFhif il . A -Azrsl Vargify Fencing Squad Q33 Vgliqaimeff-ZqllegeV W i '- A4 fjO1JIiNff?IiEDiiICKfLiNnsEY. . ..,.. A. . .Chicago 'I 'PHYSICAL E-DUCATION Delia' Sigma Lambda .Vlfresllnpein ,Varsity Track Squad: Yawsiti' Track 'Squad 137: .Varsity Cross Country SquaIi1ig3.V,i7 - ' A V I ,V JOIlINilOsE?H LINEHAN- . . V- ---... Chicago P ., IMECIIANIEAI. ENGINEERING fplil .PiVIPhi , P 'Eli8SlllilZillV Varsity' Football Squaulg First Lieu' tenant, 5University Brigade L-17 MICHAEL 'tI. JACK eLIpsr:IIuI.'rz ....... Chicago A Q P4 COMMERCII V P ' A V .Aceouhlancfv 'Aceouutuizey Club i., T .,J .. ,EREDX-QRICYK LQTSCHEQ, Jn.- . , .SA Louis, Mo. V '. , 7LIBEIIAI, ARTS AND SCIENCES V A ' Speech V pVBeta'SigIna Psi 'Mask :gud Buuble: Arepo: Ull1lll'Illilll. liourd '0fVDlI1BQlQ0I'S. Illini .Theatre Guild MJ: Sopho- Inore'Man:1g:e1', Illini Theatre iiuilcl: Prorluc- tion Staff. "The Church Mouse" 137: "YeonIcn Ol'.NtlIe Guard" 131: -Gexicral Bl?lIlEl2'9l'. "The Llreatfind Brown" 139. "1'nglincCi" CU: Cust. Christmas Carol" Q35 s J 'V F-1' ,Ik ,gg 'S . RVWQ 5' 7 I Si, V' F9 7 I W, , , T, V, -. I A l .4 ' ff f 1 A if-' i V M , ii I DiS I i:l1'l'RICI-IVl.ll:l':l'lil-ZilfIl1l,l'IV.VQ I LIBERAL AR'l'S'AVA'NU SCIENCESE'-: 1, " L' :pf:'i3?LS1E:iggl A . 21.4141 511' 5P??cl?wQ ' A ' A Afphaailimicrofiii12ig5aiff"5 P Cast, "adm in ine' I11fi1i51fiV.c4,l I: Nl1lCNllll'I'HY'Cilllefti I ,I . -J' E - pw Iwi-.ru az ,Vw . 5 E if I . I if,2""flV,. ALEIIED LONG -3 - L - - .L-',QEfQ??IQliqt', W WLIBERAL A.Elfl1SI'AN,D,SClENQESiiifi,.,j "I'i yfffm, 4 A I 'CherriiSfLry , , . Y Cosinopulitan Club: Chinese' Studeiitfsllluli Li Joliet Junior College f V. Vj' .lANEVAiL0N6Nh'0R'l'H P- S COMMEIEEI I ' V General Business I Chi Oniega g ' ' Accountuney Club . I in ' Stephens College J z HUGO CLAUDIO LOPE2 V-VIDELA. . . Q . f 'i ..... I . . . . . . . , . . . . .La Paz,-fBoliviafE. -V5 FINE 'AND KAPPLIEDVARTS' I ,P I Archjtepzureq, , if V Cosmopolitan Club ' V' I Y T-'fix 5 if -V7 Circ-ulo K' Ibem' Alll6l'lC2lll0i2 l-'reslnnan' Q Soccer Squad ' I Q V ' ' ' V' iff if GENE WETER LOSEE -I - 1 -P --f-- LMECHANICAL ENGINEERING , Q9 ,V Phi Sigma Kappa V ,V ' B V Pi 'l'nn Signm: Skull and Crescent: Tlieta, Tau: A. S, M. E, A I V IR, If V I , I .L,' gi V V. I l I ,A I I fig ,, , OVW WIIINIA JOHNSON LOUDEN, llVIEs.'lfgg2figgj'Q,-If-I,I 1' PHYSICAL EDUCATIOIV, - A - Minor IA: W.'A. A.:i Basketball' f1.'2f,,1Dg fi: Hockey 42,-3. ij: Tennis 41, 2,'gy5g'Li-loykey Manager C37 ,. V i I f ,-H,j,'1jV,ffVf2V Southern Illinois Sm'teINOrIm1l Uxlii'erIQityf"'V.I,' HOWARD J AMES LOwE+V-Vhlichigan i C1Vll,ENCliNEERINGi f - 'P,, ' Kappa Sigma V 'P ' 1 V jI:NE KA'rI-IAIUNE LOw1IAN...' I .'2fOggleizV-7.1 EIIIICATION P , fy , Englfih ,VI Alpha Delta Pi , ' I if"f llc-ltn Sigma Rim: XvUlllCll'S V:xrsifi'fDeb.'1te7' ' 'l'0'un UD ' ' ' Irnliann University P f - I . L- fi w Priya' HJ? s . Wfnrim 52151: G 'Y-L' A WifLHiA?xf1:-'ef 4 ,f1T'fQffE'?:.113'5'f,, ' . f' w-lg :rpff-'.:' '. , M2 L, 9 fr" TA - .4.. . 4 E .L anis: ff, iiiawz, ,mfaf-2' f ,Agne- K ff If .- K F Y 55.914, . 5. I, 4, .f ., ..g , 1 . A ,fyp AM... . . . ,. V I-f. V, .,. L, - 3 -Qcfllufflbllg, Kw- Q1 i ?"LI1fEl!AT?AflTS.AND.5fC'EN?E5 if J I 7, ff. 'fl - EngliSh' . ' ' 51351-7'ThgQfg'rhljBeia.JSaDI1at: Bhi Em' Siam 1 ' My ,Ap,Q5L,317 . r L, "r, 314, K 5 - . iii'-L ff- - 1 7,,V V - 7' . 1 if 52215. A 3 5 Ag QD ,Ll.lEl'l'ZELSlIWAB L , . M illsmd c CIVIL ENGINEERING " 5 ?55.sijrgl?i.grauisegafm: csliillrpsilong A.-s. C., Ia., :.1g1",i ,j"',ggf,:f ,' I V I KDS Mild Yi NN 'wi . fly .. ETQIJIDERAL Amis AND SCIEINCI-ISV, 4 I-wg. ...M -r A A 56? fi A 4 9 xr Alfa. I A . D' V. 'Clie'irIical Engineerirzg' -p.l1PIIiQLIImDg1a Upsilon:VAA. I. C. E. 1 V:--gVj1g4oxi1IVIi.llI3JiVior,i Cqllege V 4 7 ixj-IEDYTEIIEJ ELLEN 'DLDND . . - ,. -Chicago ff 4 'y" i - KEDVUCATION I I -yt .V - ,.,ffSociolog5f ' - I ' ..'.iI Qf:tZelLRVTau Alpha' .W V ilJuni0r Prom. Climmitteez Pan-Hellenic Ball --:QV 'Coti1Inittee,4'33, V - . gif Northykzirk J uuibr College f D' - 'z5.fif.FREn-g.'RADLEY 'LIYEHI -- I . . -'I' 4 ---- 1 VQ"Peoria AV LIBERAL' AR'IiS' AND SCIENCES' . V ' jffff' Political Scierice -. 'D 1 Betailfhetq- Pi . A A . 7 2 .VL7 1' , X . mm I' I ww-.f-A -'--' 1 Glefwiew ' 'Elf 'A'A f 'f ENGINEERING fi I'II Y 7 Ceramics i V V.C6I'Zl.l'IliQg W1 SOCieFy . s MARfrflNljVpLYDY .ITM . - -Bridgeport i iii DAQEIHERALIQAKTS ANUTSUENCF5 TFL 2' A -- Q 'A'V CheZrriiCal'Enginikeiir!g, V A L1 IIl'I ' ,.5iEiH2i'Mu,Sigi11ai"l i 5395?-El. , V' A ,fffil -M0Xl9U'f7'?'1l'W CQFESQ 5 .fig-fILfbMAVs.PATRICIq LYNCIIQ .Horsehead, N. Y. II'N Le1 V ' .Pfiysicql Education 'Qf-.l'.'1i!dCDE'XidElltL Council '13, 0: Illinois Union Sophomorer Cotillion Committee gI.E5,y..,.V, 1, 15- n ' ' Pagw PM Q' I 3 2 W 'A 1 2 Q F If .I 3 tv .I ' 7? .,... 'I , . A ati I i f xl r I . ll f' ,sf S D U .VV 'S' i n ? up I R ' t5zfff'fLl?bRiji22?gjf-A ' K f?s:.:"41-f?R1- R ,' ,--"':..., ' H lVVi"7.f-'f,.jfkf. - 2:'.' Ibffsws . 1 1 '11, , A I ' - I , I .QF JOHN NIILTON MCAE0os.V..:V-J,V,g1?gAf1BerIpqn'f:,53:5L 'COMMERCE 1 jif . fziii. ?Q'f12l.,Qjl V . Bdrzfking i1rz1l'FinafQG?f if Phi Delta-'Theta ,W.,', f I ' ll Accountancy Chih ' I G 'Y'fiiV Southern Illinois Stflftikxllflllill Llniversityi jg K . V V. , I . . .A , R L AIATTHEW LAWRENCE MCBARIDEQQQ Q Qfff. l?HYsIcALVlEIDIICA1j1oNf,'A',, V Theta Kappa Phi 'ij gf5'71V. FI'BShIllIlll Va rsity Basketball QL man Varsity Golf Squad: Varsity' 15915521-t18.LTf" "f cn? ,,.. , .. -' mfr' 'Q e 1 . , .. fx . 4 . I 5 ., f VIVIAN BRENT DICCALL , - - Q- Q S lp - EDUCATIGN , 5 History and I Mathematics gf? Kappa Delta Pi i K L L Illinois State Nnrlnnl University" FRED NIORTON MCCARTIIYi"ir,-----CHQCMD ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING V Phalanx: Syuton - V Q . - I fy . DIARGARET JANE MCCASKILL. .i-i.f A. LIBERAL AK'i'SV'AND' SCIENCEsi V ' English ' Delta Delta Delta V V - ' University Concert .and Entertainmeiit 43, 43 , .. A 1 . 5 24:11 Qfxfifil V . . , ,E ,--.Lf A ' - f -arf. , A . .I.L, E VV.: t'a,Lf"i I 5 .I,L Q3 DOROTHY FllAlVCES MCCQLE - if EQUCATION Eril, i iil, f Y - .Ffefwfi ' If '.l. Theta Phi Alphag ' ,' Vi ffm Mason city Junior cuxiglrgeg uniygggigy f fzgf -2 ::5g, fn: , vw. 1 jikfj I , ,... G L: ,Q DONALD WRIGH1' MCCDNADQE 3 .- ' COMMERCE rl, ACCOIULQEIYIW Q ,f ,fl3:fE'1fQ:3.5l22ilfg1Qf Iliumlsctllllege I . VV ..VM..., , . Wt, A .-,. v.'f'1"' ,AI'.,,,,,-4,' - f . , .,4.f.1 A., -I -rw' 1 fv5.l.,YA.m, V , CATHERINE HARRIETV MCCORD5 --.NA . , .-m 41 , ,- Wt,- FINE AND APPLIED Music ' f " Alpha Omicron Pi. sigma Delta Phi 1 A' TIIERAIIIIII 'Gift . staff. Y. w. c. A. stunt sllowf-cz. em xggsig. 'iPatience" 135, "Courts and Appeziliiy.ffliqg'-1,-...A 'iCastles in the Air" 425 , f , Stephens College , .A . 'l fr A .- , .. ., 1 ,Vhgxq ml ... r, 5:94 EE I sf ' ., K .fi - rl, , I N .- ' -Q ' C A I Dniaigr MCCORMICK .... Harrisburg .1:m,'.g2-:'-',hff'- I -A . 'LIBEBQZ ARTS AND SCIENCES 'xf'Yf?7'f.2:".'5i?L,l5ij' fx- 1 9 -55 ' - ' V' . f -Safwwgy Qmient-C011-ncil C331 Illinois Union Cabi- Qliigil ,Dgetg -37:1-Juniogr' Prom Coinnxitteez Senior ln- .,,.,x. 4 Zum,-, -A ligne?-' .1 Y ir 'A' .1113 ., .. p r , ,-1 ,ws f 'ie if., Qizfx AW,,,,f,,wN. ,t,,pg,V, . M. f . . fr H. ,, e5i1'5.?oD-1-Conimittcc: Mens Glee Club fl, 2. - VL.f4.gTYii,,VlV V: u . ,A .gyda ,U U, ..,??.1' I 1'Aj.Q5ggggQ5IEA33pNcEQAMAXSVAAMCCURIDER. . . . .Lewiswwn . LIBERAL' ARTS AND SCIENCES lf'-gl' 'A Chemistry 'KnO75College 7 . . ' .re ' inf , ER- A .. Els. . . Yysv . , him. 'AADGUSTUS INICZDONALD- .Arthur '15, , COMMERCE' A' F: QP 'Vg it iggjgccountancye Psif:'WAccOuntiincy Club: Coinincrce Hpniirs UV? C fa I ,EV .. Q .V .11 -'- - "iff S fs. J. 74,2-L. N 1013152 MACDONAl.D ...,... Chicago .-we e 53 - 'f- :Q-.,. iiffw .K A-L it ,grip D Biology r n I I ji A V.: V5 EDUCATIQN . A+-English 'PhiVQl11?QgR' Pj' ' gf N -'SARCAAHELIEABETAHR MCDONALD. . . . ,Artlzur 1 it All A , A EDUCATION ' Gamma P111 Beta - - WVi'l1i5m Woods Cqllege NIARGARET LOUISE McGRADY.Prophetsmwn 'I 13- , A EDUCATION V f ' Mathematics Arphal XI Delta Gold -Feathers: Orange and Blue Featliersz Jamesonian Literary Society: The Illio -12. 31 : Proglubtion Staff, "Re1r10te:C0ntr0l" 133: "Case tlesrin-the Air" C27 ' LA NJUNVE FRANCES MCIN'1:IRE --.-.. Danville Ag. A V ,f , E DUCATION ' fl I A History 'V PlgiMu T Gold!Feathers-:'P1'eSident4 Pan-llullenic Cunn- V.ci1fQ:-.' . V. Ililllfl JUNIOR MCKEAN... .Mulberry Grove ' Qf Q- I COMMERCE ' V- Accountancy A Alpha' Kappa Lambda Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Accoun- tancy-Cluh: Vice President, Y. Nl. C. A. Cell: YY. M. C. A. Cabinet 63, 45: Board Of Direc- torS.iVfY. M, C. A. MJ: Secunal Regimental 'Band ill. 25 ' .Honors Day 11. 2. 33: Beta Gamma Sigma Freshman Schqlarslxip Cup AM 9: Gi . . fy. , " :.'7- ' . , ' ' . .f , .1J2n'iz'r irc. I n -. ' : . ' .' ' . "'3'f:A-Au., ,pg IRENE1'Hl1DEN MCKINNEQA,-C. f .i K ' - "'.- ,Nh I .LIHHRALART5.41?Dfi5?fKNCE511if'fi V i,j T:gDgli3ZLLV ':'.. if A Alplia3'Delt.3 Tlietg' ' A V' ,j Q I4Vg'VfV"'f.VVVfI Jamesonian Literary, Society: El, Ci.fCul9.1LltJA erario de Espanol ' A g . A V '- f ii: f R'i- I ' JAMES MURRAY? .VNICKNVIGHIQ ' .'.f.'QIgiia'ng5 C j C0MfVIERCE,'fV 'V f ' A General Business 4 . CHARLES WEYAND.'MCKOWNf .... I V 'COMMERCE' ' 1 A 'V D Accountancy J AMESK EDWARD .MCMA 1iON,,V,I R. .... RAILWAY ELECTRICAL ENC1N,EERINC,f-I V. Delta Phi ' V A' Pierrots: Railway Club: En'giuieering.GOuDei1 143: Business Staff. "Wotta Racketgfif 07, "Church Mouse" 637. "Yeomen of the Guarrk' 139: First Regimental Band 12, 3, '43 Vffi , PAUL CLARENCE MClNIIcHAEL.La-wrenhffeville ' JOURNALISMLV Yf1CV5:LLi Sigma Phi sigma . , , Mn-Wan-Da: Kappa Tau Alpha: Pf1i'EUl Sigma: Chief News Editor. The Daily illini LU : Sigma Delta Chi: The Daily Illini- C.1g2qV3J Honors Day CID 1 A' 5 JANET LUZON 'MACINTIRE. . . , A JQURNALISMA , - 'lf-1. Alpha Xi Delta A ' A - A 'QQ A Orange and Blue 'Fezlthers:. Gregorian Liter- ary Society: The Daily Illini ACI. 23: Tlieflllio C13 4, , V p Tj?" 4, . . .Ae LEO CHARLES MAVCKELDEN ........ ,Billiton LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES."l.4, , V A Pre-Legzrlnrf V Dance Supervision Committee HJ: Deltnffflietag Phi: Vice-President. Junior Class: 'Illinois lininn Cabinet 43. 43: Vice-President, Illinois Union 145: independent Council' C2, 3195 514' nior Prom Committee 5' A- A . Q' 5 DOROTHY IWAGUIRE -... . . .V.. . . . LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES -, V Botany s Pngr X5 vo ' wg-avglygm A "sf 1: VL 1 f . .15 ,- --.V ,j F ,s ,iq .ff .5 K., ,411 1 viii-..g,1 , in R . MALUQ , . . Q .ViCfzimgo '4 "'-LDSJA-L,'Afl'iS 'ANDSSOIENCESD li V' R: Q ' Trench A R ' 5'Pi',l521f,5'..1wgEfz'l',e Cerolbi lfriirifbziisfg El Cin-nlo LitbjigriorIQ'Espaunlq'Y. M. C.iA. Cabinet 4:23 . - . -Mdlklcsorz Y AV f EDUCATIONQ V ' or Ffefwhf 7'l'lx0frflOx1',l'uniOr'College , 1 J -' Wilitefshig iM0nI. Q RAlLWAYV CIVIL' ENGINEERING . 1 B?fMiaThff?i Pi A A 41 Scallsbhrllihand4fBlocl435:ASigma Tau: Alitha Tau Si-giha: Railway Club: Majur.,University liri- gadelrll , - . ilnifgrsixtyi ,Of North Dakotai P , . Biiffii-A Bi:LLizV,MAai.rsY. .... ,L ..... Evanxmn A VLIBEQILAL ARTSKAND Sciizmtss' A' I ' , ' A R Economicsij -. Kappa Kappa Gamma Y , Gamma Alpha Chi: The DaiIyAV Illini 129 Univergiltic of Colorado NfAlNIl!EY '. .K . . . L . .L .... .ChiCug0 W A ff EFQNE ANDKAPYLIED ARTS f Y .O ,QQ Afclzyiteczuml-Engineering A A iff A 5 LAf1iR'aif1cr:k1HENRY -- . .,.,. Simmway ' - E Coiniimacn ii ' A. V General Business -Segzgyncl-,lieginiental Band q1,,2Vl VV1cirOR 'NIANN '. . 1 45 . . , .--. Chicago lll in 1 EDUCATXONR '?hy5iCiif7Elll11CCii'0IL A i frcsliiiigxrp 'Nfa.r5ityASObce1' Squad: Junior Prom ,Committee A 4 QlEy3sfDi:aN ZWARKWELL- ---l - - - -M umm L VgJqfg'i if ' A COMMERCEQ ,ii'1i:fi"' ' .V GeneralBusinesS Dgltaosigina 1 V iljriivgrsityl -Off Son thorn California - Pugrf Nfl V Y ' ' ui ' cf ' ff 'A 5"i41-A-j'.:.l . . .-,,, ,L ,,.A , , , " ., ,S .ivijf 73.23 . 1-. -Nfl. . .fn ,:,g:f.i Rf - w-pup, K ,, ' ,1 'gi xx iQ 235 S. wi, S ., " Tfff 4,-iszi ANNE MARIE 'h1.AVliDhEYi A , EQOCATION . A M .Englishin-V The lllio ' LV V . M ,, l'ruLOm1NA Lols ,IVIARQUARDTEPQ-,, A COMMERUQVVA i General Business V W ' V. Q ffg Beta Gamma Sifzma: Alpha L:i,11,1Xg1,lz1D'f-lklfcfag. Phi Chi 'liheta V if ,ivQ.',lf:V.'1,-1Virififflg A. egg ,V .. ' Wuiafn, JANE EUNICE NIARR- . . . . . , . , fyChigiagif , ,IOURNALISM g "," Alpha Gamma Delta' A v Q4.A,,", V' Torch: Kappa Tau Alpha: Alpha llfllllbdill Delta: Y. YV. C. AV. Cabinet 1-333 QfolrI,Feag1i- vers: Shi-Ai: Gamma- Alphft. Clli:'wJD1J.'EVK121iiSlnf Council 43. ll: Homecoming Comnriftee Vial' Honors Day Cl. 2. 35g University' of Illinois Scholarship Key 435 f , A O GORDON Marina MARSHALL... JOURNALISR1, , W 'fj Kappa Sigma A V , V QV Scahharcl and Blade: Pi Tau,I'l Sigma: Ill-lisa tratorsz Captain. University Brigade ur A . M .. V?fff2i2i2?i COM M mica, 'A il General Bllsiizess A 1 Phi Gamma Delta' Junior Baseball Manager , .nf .. , Lia?-,' -,fo . -fp-74 v . i" Q.- lffit. , , 'J-We CLYDE HARLAN NfAR'l'lN.g,7 5. . , LIBI'll'iA L ARTS A515561 fr ' Chemiszrjf 1 igfjj Q l-'reslnnan Varsity Basketball Sqi1adf4il"3FE:i35i rnan Varsity 'l'rzujIg Sqiiarlji A V if j ROQRR DEAN MART1N".r,..,2, :'iShagci1QiOrQfQ ELi:c'rRujAL E1KiQiN,i:EmriiO4VVLS Southern Illinois State Normal U'l1ivOrSifyV'fQL ' V ' iz' ffif RUTH NIAXHYE MARTIN. . LIBERAL ARTS AND-SCIENCES -irgififf ' if'VSpegcliN' W . fA73'T' V A Kappa Alpha Theta V ,. Sigma Delta l'hi ' R, VQVVV-Q Limlenwoonl College y , pl MAX WALDON NIARSPIALD' .. 1 2: J W- .. , .W -W '41-. .WA . f . ,f.3- - Af: ' :If an .f.,, If -,-.zfzf 'E' 'f3a5,.gw - 95 :iff-lizjt f'5,.silf.5f1 I , , ' Iirmma ----- I . . -chfwgu f if ENGINEERING PSD,gii,f fi , V , 'Etai-fKappailNi.if .Pl Tnii Pi Sigma: Mask and f3fi"'-if"BfiiIRblei Sopliomore Theatre Guild Manager: mr-N.. I-aff f My ?JLIlflOf'Pl'0Ill,COIIIIIIIIIEGJ Senior Ball Commit- 95521-,ivitgeiiigifgtg- Qigllliiiiialit, 'University Bl'igz:IIle in FQQA--Mqimrsgogyfio. z.'39,:'IInIversII5' nr' Illinois f'15'fl?f11fxrSl1ivfKer GD i ' - iff: I I- - -..'.-. - .Chicago 295 I SSL Q-I T L 5,1 at We. 1 ' Q A Q35 51,1 ,L-. -1,4-. I if 1. ,MA I I r I "'f'-'A'-1 ,, EDUCATION VI gfffliysical Education A Cl1i'-ISigfliII:i YKEIDDZIQ f Varsity Bnselmll Sound X23 I V r, I ,f It-R., ,I , ....... I . .Kansas City, Mo. QE, , it QIQYIL ENGINEERING 'Ejgifflflii fEpQiloI1': Varsity Ritie Squad 1 I I , I 4 lliarliifis effity Jiinior, College IQyNNf'fMAsoNt-. . ...- Decatur i 1 ' LAW ,f'Siema DE112 Kappa '5AdehJhiI:IN:ZitioIIal Litenarv Fraternitvg Fresh- nrqh 'Vs3rSi'tjVFootball Sqnnilz varsity Soccer Squ'aI1 42, 352 First Lieutenant, University Brigade to I I ALBERT ilVIA'1'IeIElISi- .Narthi Henderson ' ' CENERAI.AcRICI:L'1'uRE 4 Alpha Gtllflma Rho , alpliai'Zeta.:-fAgricultI1riIl Clubqf Hoof and orn Club-5' Illinois Agriculturist 12, 37: Agri- culture' Council ll-bg' University Livestock Judging Team 645. MARGERY I RUTH lVlATHIS4 . . . .... Elmwood , . I, EIIUCATION .- '5 V Latin 'Western Illinois State 'I'e:II-tiers College NEIQSJKITIERIIEIIT NItA'l"l'HIAS-Cl1iCllg0 pf I L' CoNIMERoE ' fL , Acboafzrtancy .fSlgITWPiL- I I I Btimirjfinlflllllltlrl-Sliflllllfijplll Eta Sigrnnz lietn Alp'lIII'l.'si: Vugrsity Soccer 423: varsity Wrest- liIIgvSqu:Irl. 13, 43 . Honors Day ily 2, 31 Jtorimj FRANCIS M AT USZLESKI .4.- K ...... 1 ........' . Q ., .... Q Wilmington, Del. VV ' LIBERIAL ARTS AND SCIENCES , ' ' A Chemistry Phi LzI1n!nl:IrUpsiloII:' Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Xiff. , ' - Honors Day fl, 2. 35 ,, p Im L5 Q - i 6 ff ff 15-E52 .iii if-C' 76 I 5 wp mf ,I , I :,AQA,4lg,1 N , I ' ELIH-LKT PHILIP' MAUS W- -gif?-,1Z"qIBq5fQfZ753L:eg?3I., I iC0l"!'fEf355'?1I1I-I S' 'flu A IACCUu'W""3?X F ' Sigma Pi I o jffiffi? PIII Em Simnai zz Honors Day fl.'2,'37' I I Q I Eli? 3 4 .xiii HARRISON Cl.AY'l'ON ,lVlA4Yf.5,., , .Q,ifiChicizgIi1Q.-5' LIBERAL ,ARTS ANEitLSQII!1NL1ESiQfxfT l ' Baoteriolbgyi 572 it , . I "1iQi'7gil-E,.:?Iiit?fg9 I, f f .Maia-3,f..1,,' i A . .:. k f,.5V4,L yd ,JWLL Roni-:RT DANIEL lxlAY ---f- .- - T, - -QlCfIioag5! LIIIERALIRARTS AND SCIENCIISZ2 ' Chemical Engineering' ' Sigma Phi Epsilon K A , Mn-Wan-Dai: Tribe of Illini: A. I, gC, Freslnnaii Varsity Football' Squad-::fgVi1rsit-y, 555: Foothnll Letter C24 355 First I.ieuteI1aiIt.'I,lIIIfajg " versity Brigade Q4-J - V 1 ' ' ' I ESTIIER VIRGINIA NIEDLEY-rl ---..-- -Flora-if FINE AND AIIPLIED ARTS Mu.9ic ' I ffl' l Sigrma Alpha Iota . ' L 9 r LEONA BELLE lVlEk!5Cl'l ---- Pier5bnNfSZaIjogifiiiiifg-f. COMMERCE 1 ff Qi" 1' Accountanoym ' . ff RV llc-tn Gnxiiinzi Sigrniag Phi Chi 'l'lIetzI:1A,cEoLrn4',i,i tzinvy Club ' "PH I Honors Dill' fl. 2. 33 .Q ' r wg , BENJANIIN HALL NIELARIERSON Q5 . A EI:IIcA'rIoN I ' Botany " U A' Crane College , DoRIS ALIsERTA lNlENI-IELY --4. A. .- PIIYSIIQAL EIIIICATIOII Phi Mu I f 1 -X I I U -TI1fEQQiQ-fi Q '1jQ?jfA7'f.' 'l'orI'h: Major IA: Minor IA! 'VV. AL llirlilj-ji-.iz Fentlicrs: Ormige :Ind Blue'Fea1tlIel's: Oleg-.3.jQ" It orizin Literary Society: ll:IH's Day.CoIiII1xittee"-I'gQg,'- ,fp 137: Senior Cap :Ind Gown.XConI1IIitl:eeri'gBzIHer I ball Cl. 29: Sovver fl. 2. 3,-U1-Vg' Appirratilfefl-531,-'pi ' , I I fl. Ll: Volleyball 12. 35 1- Swirinnirig 1'3'JX:N3'-Bgiqt-1'-,-Q f ketbnll NIJ: Crist, "Cnstle.w,jII the Air?-'Q-lJ.fQf' Q- A , "flood News" fill: XVUIIICIIQF IT-lee ClIIb1q1y,.,: 231, , . L f .. , 5-5 2 - ' Lf' by Ig, R1 .wt W 4- -1 f:",: L. I 7.95 - 252v,'.gw ICIIWIN VVILMIQR BIERRICK --.. VCala'nIez,'Cizy' 3221? COMMERCE ,I My fi "if Commerce and Law W S Delta Alpha Epsilon . Ilonors Dill' Q23 - Page H7 C32 4 'I I ' milf! ,L ,Tin I 'A i:755iE'0:.f iii'-" M Iiaqn. '74 L.-5 'pt Mr! 1 Qizgffvf' if .S eff .g2,2:'f..v' .2 -4 rf. .1ffQ2.::,g,t'a I V.P:XZ?ifj5i., ..... . fifaisvzf.-f:C. , ff-few, 7-,xg ,-,,g'-3 :A-,,+w53., . I . , ' . H.fQfs,fi.ii'g:ff My - ' . -- Y :..,xff:4w,: -,,v- I' if nf L V 1. -,f .. .E . .f C -f . Qififgfffii3iiGL'E1IIfN13RIciIA'RD TsIER'rENg.'- -1- - -,Kan laakce 7. Vjzgfg 1 , , , I, . , fiiliixmfifffglfi'-'if.Llfli1??15i-g-'Gw33F"P ENGINEEWNG-,. . - gr, h.-' I sf. -13' 1, ig- ,f 3 ' ,xg-I ,. w-fr.".L -- ' ' ..,.I..:1-fm-, I .. .. 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Siiillt,P1i0C0pViu's Collegejffd ' CLAUD HARTUS MlLLlf.R-L-- ' LIBERAL Anrsfigixn ' ,K ' Chemiskryi K A ' Alpha Deltli Phi V4 6 1 Vairsify Cheerleader, C49 gb University of Rochester! DWIGHT L. MILLER- - - -El - - '1i'3k1 . No. :,,.,y.Q - - ,nv , ...af z ' if ggltirfg gf 5 .,. f-wigs! .ml fI.:'.'w .ZA iii 7 MI? .2354 if 3335 V I., 51.9 Ii, SCIJENCES , 4- if T. Jfigf ,fn 1 ,. xi 3,542 .- A3, .. W .yn-rc, Hg". P "1 f-vifrf. . . ,. .e. , .cagey , ,L ME1'Z .' - -....... Q Chicago ij,i.'WLLIBEKAL'gARTS Alfiil SCIENCES 5 ' . ' ' f ' Pulitical Science . .1'frhei2islIX1.Q I ,varsIfy'fBasebII1I.gsquan za, '43 A 1. r I ,tm :Iv , , -FKANCIQA IOSEPH 'MEYER- ........... Jolie: ,'fi'gl-'.5.LiEERXL.FARTS NND SCIENCES W 5 A ' f V .V Chemistry X .K ' .loliei Vjiinior College fHiA1ioi2i5E'EILERs'. MEYERk.' ....... Champaign 'i 'V?'EDUCATI0N V .Industrial Education Q if ..',. Ifhi.SiQma . . Spalzbgird and Blade: Alpha Tau Sigma: In- dustrial Education Society: The Daily Illini .. - lil: Sophomore Star Course Munagerg First .Llegterianh University Brigade 443 EVVELYN BAEREII' MIDDLEION, QMESJ . . I . .... '. ................... Pgnfigg .C ffEuUcmoN I .E 2 '1 5 ' ASpeech 5. YVo1nen's Debating Teainlqspg YVOIHEIIIS Glee V , . , A. , Llub. My n K -f , L Iin.II1inQI5isr5te'-Normal Imiversiry I i i .,.. I I v I 1, I GEoRCIi'WILLIA'M LIILES .........-- Urbana C' ' f f MECHANICAI. ENGINEERING i-Q35115-Iiilfflfadlfi Sigma: First Lieutenant. Univer- figwpiiv Brisivle' K4-9: E I Page 88 1 LIBERAL Anrs ANI: iScIENC.E5' Chemical Ezigineeriiijfv 57' Fifi A. I. C. E. . 'L 1 A I JOHN GLENN MILLER.,.f .... V, LI,BERAL ARTS- ,mu SCI'EhlfIES' V 1 iii" -Pff-Legal f Phi Gamma Delta ,Q - , A 'I 5 Tu-Mas: Skulli and Crescent?-Freshmaji Qviirr' iii' my Golf Squad: Illinois union cabiiiepificsiiff Sophomore Ccrtillion Committee: Snpliorfiqfe I Cap Committee: interfraternity ConIIcilw,Q3QfQ4l.f . .5 of C Y 3 4 LOCKE POLAND MILLE13.r .... 1 sf: '- Hilislzgizaf ELECIRICALIENCINEERING- Q. 1 L sigma Phi Delta ' N E l'ha1anx:.Pi ,Tau Pi Sigma: Firstw Lieuterigiit, n University Brigade C49-' . ' .7 :gig IXIARY JUANITA MILLER. . . .,MonLiC.eliof FINE AND APPLIED ARTS I- I . Mufsif-7 .I .N ' -533 Phi Beta: Gregorian Literary Socieiy:'0rChe4',5Q'1--' sis: iVUIIl9ll'S Gk-e Club 443: Cash' "fPa- - S, ., Hence" Q45 -I ' N' I ' Honors Day 117. 5. A 4 A -1 5 'f5'lff'3 if 'i 'KI' 'f .'f OSCAR WINTON MILLERV.. .... Covina, .1 COMMERCE ' J . "" General Business K 1 A 5 Sigma Chi A A I F University of Redlandsj , ' A gggglf iTglv,f.,:'11f-", ' T' ,' , , 'ff 'Si MFKYANNFISMINFAR' ' -A f1f4-aM:p..- , ffgQ'i,Z'-ff " f -I fe Rf--ffm: A Y, .VC-...ftp 8 I fn' . .4 A . , ,.7l,,L -,.11..NI L, 4.1, - f, fi QA-172-':i1,T l ' '-'f W 3 Q C A V , ii ..... . .,.. Springfield , .lQlX11QiaiA'3f1EL,ECTR1 CAL ENGIN EERI N C V Sigrna Epsilon 1-f,v.,f, . . -5, , ,, ,,3g,f-',..11,,'-, - 3 , 'rf ,.f.- .. ,, 4 ,. Li , ETL'-1 . fx' 5 1' :.'.l:". kA,.'-' '.,., ' , .V .... Berwyn 7 Q g5fV5,VEuUcA.rION V, A V QE A-AA. '-A' -IiMaEhB,mdtiC5 iw' I 2. f93?i9f9??4W:,99m"fmef wf F ? H M "A'1Q I ,,., . . C. , .. k-,. A , W M-,,., , YW jfjffll. 'Sf'-3 L f'w,'-if K ' ARF,-b.a'r .EI L-,. eff. , . .A ., ,C,My.... , , , .We:f..my,.,f A , f E. , ,yfi.f,4. E., ,, f-,V H VV V, VN Q ,. 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PhySiVcalkEduCaLion I i,'T'4'3aCi3r Q , , ,Phi Gihegaz Freshman Varsity Foot- 5E3?llQ.lSqua1gi: -Varsity Football Squad CZ, 3, 45: jYELi'si5yfWiiQst1ing' Squad 42, 3. 47 ., V '-ii-ff A-fy, G I ' ,. 4 . , , fbfy,-1,-?3fiCj23l'3g,? rx CHARLES FREMONT5 MQEEVQ. F . ' Cf??11'1E3i?f?f 'NX Vg u 4 ,A . is f I Nr' 2 'Zh ' If ,A:.E ', fffvrizftaiivi' - , ' S 1 A 1' 7 2-wt--fv'T1'6'm:, -1 ' K f' N is 'A .' f". "S-EYY-TSQ, 4 Rig ,J ' ' ' If "D: Q f A f A. b. A ,S ,t we fr.. ya in if l if Q' ffm . . I 151 ,, i f .-. 'E+ 2 ,V-5 f A: . .General-Bgisiness ,'1f'If5'VEfwlfffjqfnl-73 ' lf K ' ' 1 7 '2' ':i'?f,f':1HQ IE9-is?-Vi?-"2i'37751f if -.-An ,- - sm .ffl ffm . , ' M. f ' il Tw j:VkVVV ?f,x'+ptww A :ra I 'rcwvifii D' , gl ,. .- k.A, , rf my-.,j-.Q :gp ffliv I . I Roscoi-3 'MOJONNl11Rf MOKJNA-fi . GENERAL A ENQiNEERiNC'g jg ggi,-13 ' - 4. ,'.' l"'.g ,.,C Delta Alpha EIQSIIOU ' 1' v".5f.'j4 'ff LVVgC,,s-:,L':,fij I . -"1 ' I -' f L Q .QQ "C- " ,dfggfugga ig! 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'RICHARD' GEORGE AIREDELLZ FXNE AND APPLIED ARTASQ .5fff,fQ ,. .Landscape Arohilecture g Sigma Phi Epsilon ' A '43 President, ,, Sophomore Claissg ' Scarab:-' A. S.: SopHomoreRBaseball Manasger: fFresl3g:.:igQ, man Varsity Water Polo Squaclzjlllinois Union if I Cabinet 4333 Freshmen .Informal Committeezp-5-, Junior- Prom Committee: Interfraternity,Colmf,-T! 5 ci Q4 , I y 1 175- WESLI-:T LEoN REEDER- 5- Q f . . FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music y A Mu Kappa Alpha: 'Men's Glee.C1ubfC1gj2g 3Y?Sf?"ff First Regimental Band ffl, 2, ffillzv Concert XA'i Band C43 , y g 1- E' - - !f.'f1,g HARRIET MCKINLEY REVFSER- ,,:'-,f-v.,Clintoj1Qif2. ACRICULTURE A. 'M m Homeilconomicsy H 5 Sigma Kaippaw ' 1. Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Fefiihersfj ,t Phi Epsilon Omicrorrz The , Illio -f1g'1127,:. Hockey C15 V I -I y . , v"- jg. 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ELIZABETH vflil?-BER '- -All ' . . ....... . 7 . . fxfllgzliverfsity .Cizygf I. X A PlIYS1Ci-fl, 2EDI'gCATION1 gg i W. A- A-1 fiovkw .cf1.I1f. .I ff . ...Q 'Willialm lV0OfIsAiQullege.. l Y I 'Q Q H S I af I X if In Es. B l 'Sf .1 ' " Ari? .- I I ., Aff ,L . ,...-:ww 1 . -.-I.-Lv ' . TV, 5, ,:f.,g'. .rw as A f' A q . j,4QZj.4.a wig? ,I .. I. 35.11-'f .wvkigf " V+ -W ff -A A . ,.- ,A fy A, 1 ,lvlma-1 I I 1 A , , A ...mf I. ANNE VA NSTON Sj1EIffvIjIN..Q Lift Q. .. LIBERAL ARTS AQSIISVEIENCES Bacteririlpgj' . L Q 'Q 'LI .fri V' Alpha Phi L ' V L4 f 'A ' I' L , I A Vlv. Y. W. C. A. Cubihet' 135.5 Hold FbzitlierzkifAlef'ff.fgfj3QEfi thenui Literary Societfvgflirepkiz -MOtlIer's,JJZ1F-44xj7Q1g3,.-1 Committee 127: II,Ol11ecOmiITg7Comniitteqi,C2V"?15?fQf'g5 , ,i Y - ,Lt ir q.v lizulclifie Lnllege V' . I , 3 +gi3'1,E7gIg,g wx. Ev 45 . if-K: igwgfy -. :7?g7PT A JE ':-illlfiil .. 12325512 . .4 .- 1 Q ,Hs--'A+ . . ,M ,. V. - 2. er-, Af STEPHEN POWERS SHOEMAKER ..... . . I .'.' 'A'A ................:..IndianapoliSQ 1rzd.fl,.f A COMMERMCE L . V I 1-ik Commerce and Law il Delta Kappa EpEilOn W ' . Phi Delia Phi: Skull :mdfC'reskteI1t4 LYNN ROIIERTSON SHOOT ---.- 1 .AGRICULTURI-:Af I -1 4 lfloriculture I -- L ,, FlUl'lCllll'Ill'il,l Qlluhg' Burrill:B0fully Cllub-"K . W' W .. 1111. HAROLD STANLEY SI.IOT'r'.,. -Manarchg ELECTRICALlZNcI'NEER1Nd. A .. A Lambda Chi Alphar. f Q -ffr ,.-:H 'ran new Pi: Phi Eta Signiazlaita Kappamgizf. 'rnera 'Iv-ua A. I. EI I I A. ff M Honors Day il. 2,33 ' A' 7 '3',f5'P'Tf Miz xggv. JAMES WELCH. SHUNIQKLJ . I . . .1.Moirtrrbldh ELECTRICAL 'ENGINEERING ' '- A. I. 141. E. . I. f. 3 Brzulley Pnlyfechxiicb Iristitutg ' NORMAN H,ARRYl SIEBENS --.. 1 -.-.. ELECTRICAL ElflCI'NEERlNG ' - 55 Braullcy 1'4rlytecl'xni.cflgistitiitfel., W . " 'L f. 2 ' ' . 'TI Vw fffigi. .E ,.,. . I .I . - .... ' 2.4 LE-J f . . 3.x J 3 STAENLEY JOSEPH .SIEs1IANTKOYifsKf- l .1 . ..... ,V ........... I :. . L .,.. . . . 'Ik J, X A E'bUEA'IION ' .V .. iAfL'f 'wi V ,History I I ' Freshman Varsity Bagebzill Sqimd Wg J X Baseball Squad, i2Q.,3?L,5.Q gp 4 I I r A ' . -. -- . I VV,f ji, fzr-f:1ff"'L35grQigQ5Z ENKEVVIQZ . . .... Cllidlgv SCIENCES ' lYIii,i'Qrsity L of New SIIIIRQ all PI i 'Fiiut I ieutui SILK- Q- ---Chicago SILVER.-,. ...... I . V V -Terre Haute, . Iml. ,ARTS ANIJIQSCIENCES Psychology - Liilphziilfpsilon Phi V V ' Tli3LIl1-ioll1..l2l.g VfH0H10CCJlHlIlfI Commitfec C23 : VDa'd'g .CQIrImViVt,tee 131 . I FLQYDV BQIRToNi S'i'M1i1ENf .4...CoIu.mbIIs,I Ind. 71 dm, 'I COMMERCE L - L .L ' Cerieral Business BemL'VThggeaV.PiE Q . I hcabbzird and 'Bladei 'Ca,v:Ilry,Oflicers Club: Lliiiilitnry L.CoI1I1cil C4-B.: ,Men's Glaze Club CID: Caipfziixig. Uuivefsity Brigade C47 f EQLIILRSC EARL SIMMONS.l.1mzzum1p0zIS, Imz. if JT' L.. FINE ANDL,Al"VPLlED ARTS ' VN Vj if ,Architectural Engineering - Sigma Phi Delia ' V A. S. CLIE. 'V I JOSEPH IVSIIIION- . 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ARTS ANIIL SCIENCES V Sociology ,V LL 1 LV . : lilectra ' - VV ' .V LR Y. iv. It. A. cwiimiei qIpg.RIIIIIfIger. 'W.VKiV.. 1 Stunt Show CU: Exffcutive Council, V' HJ: Mothefs Dziy Committee C314 Ziii-Hi-l1j',l Bull Committee 133- . . L I F J V. SI. 0lat"College V ' I - L. ' ' L BIILDRI-ID LOUISE SKINLNER. . . LIQTV Envcivriow I V I.. NIU 'L LN L ' L r',L VV 'Vv' Phi Beta KappI1.:" Alpha LfdIIIbdaLD6ltIi:fCroV1d -' Featliers: Ormigre and Blue FeatlIers.j:.?IotfI. Sigma Pi: -The Illio V fl, 2.1: ' First -LCQ1mcifl, . VVOIllflll'S League C-LJ - V ,q '.,.'i . Honors Day 11, 2. ill v L iff: L CHARLOTTE JVNE SLANE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .V, . . . . 4117655 LaFaygf't2zgVL,IriCH" FINE AND API-LIEn4AEfrSfL'VgPLS' fff VV PaiulingLV L ' Kappa Alpha. Theta - LL 'l'erI'zIpin: llluslrzItoi'sR- . l'III'Ilu1: University ' Cl-IA-Rl.IiS VSI.Agllf'1R, JR.. .Vg . 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A .' ' 'V Architeciure . y A A Scurubg lIllt6I'SCllUl?lStif' .Cji'CllS.VV-fzl V' , WAYNE Cori' SMITHV- . . GENPlRAl.'ENGINElQRIlflCAQ Alpha Tau Omega V ' " ' Sigma Tau: Plmlalixg Pershing Artillery Club: Military Colinczil Elllf'CUl0Il9l, University Brigade V Honors Day CID . ' EDWIN RUSSELL' SNAVVELY- . .4 EDIICATIQN I --I A 3 Pl1ysicalEfiL4cation' -. VJ. . Alpha Sigmla Phi A ' Y I. 'V ' 'i N SilCll6'Ill2 Tu-Mas: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Pfam-" hall Squad 13. ll, Letter 42? ' I -I I ' -' 'A WILIIIADI HAnIILT0NfSNInI3Rf. .f3.gV'Q,i A V . . LQ . I. . . ..-. -I5on,tlQn,10nt.,,LC'anaffd ' ' A COMll1liQRElf"A 4 A q V ' Q - Accounfcqzpby -'L' T Avc'0IIIrtuIIcy Club V. jf V Honors IMYACZL 35' " MLISSE VWIIIIQNIQ SNYDLIT. ,.,- V . LLIBLRAI. 'AR,'lTSfAANQ' I vi ' EngZf3hfii,g',Vf"'l1-W PIBCYH Phi f A y Q DePauw UIVliX'Ql'Sliy'1 JZHILEE Millikln 1 Lie i-:ff -4935 ".- Y' V' T . ' ,14'.i"x1y.f:.q.Ligllf'Q gl.-ff ' ' ' . 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'A.: 'Soccer ll. 2. I ,3Jg Volleyball Cl. -2-,g3, 4-J: Baseball QI, 2, 37: LEROLYD SI'5RAcUEr -.-----. Joliet A,4L ,bfi LLBERAL Amis Amp SCIENCES .5 . . ' - is A A eeeffiewwfy A . . A 'QphiEK?il7P5 Sism5Q-E . ' 1 illfiieslimzih' Vnrsi"rjI- Footbzillf Squzulzi Vairsity lST15eE1infs.Squad'41IJ ' M Q "4 2 ,ypiigggigqxaifiirmirage N 1 NV I A A ' I If E1 I I , ,Vi , ,., C5 ., .V. ,V .-V V.: . TVN .V, . . V . SIANLEY STEITIIEN SPYRA. . . ,Chigggg TV if ACO?lII'MfEliCEE1' 1 A ' ' .,f7Gerleral Business . .V5.5ggEUgI,da.cEI1AIpn'aV - A SQCLIICIIIQ Junior Fmitllmll' Manager I. 1 ,g. A.-no 9 ff I ,X Z: vi. f a 'S ,I 6-,I . LV,V .1 '35, ' A ' . A4 W --ff... DONALD WIVLLIANI -SIAEHLIN .. ...gk :fG1zzgQ:z5a.g1Q5iESQ4V , s , If A , 3 ' -, .. Ep.. l.zj,435.5Q3:V'-i, - 'Q f LIBEWFL ARI? 'W9-.5'3??NCE5Li. if f +4 E22 QA IQ T' I D'P0liF?Cf1iQ55i6nf9 D- Pluxlanxti Kappa lflIi1SiQ1gf-iliafiy First-iieijterfziiitfffl' University' Bnigar,leff4,7 , V .11 Lim-l..1jT2 1:31. QQ, University nf- Sdntlnemffgxliforriia 5 'fV,.g K L ' A IV V. A V. if Af .. . V.. VV V VV. , f ' ' L Ig," K7 "'73f7' T57 A ' T 'f-T'f'5QT' "i?'T'.Qf1l3fff-r ,V . . VV V I VV : ,.1V ,VI.VVV.1.:5V3i ROBERT BERTEVLE SrAEEv...MurginswZlq, .Iyid:g,Vg'E3qf 'u C1gjMM13RQg'.t Lf gV'f:'lj:fQi?f5"' A A Genefvlelfflffiwif ills.. Q Ther:-1Xi. ' 5, . , if gf: V, Mask afiil Bumble: C:1is'SOIIgVv.1Qluh: Club: Sophomore, . M.:rIIagk:r..,,.Illini, f'1f1IeitIrg:-5.35.2 qgfg. Guild: Prcitluctirm Staff. -"The.Great.IG6d2Vej.I-anfi.ggeggf BFOWIY' CID: "Green Grow.'-theeLifaqS? First Lieutenzmt. Universlfiv BIiggHe-"L4fff,jfff A f ' . ' Q' ' , .i ff D .f ',, .?A1"f'lA xiii ' 'Q VI' 'PEL-' 4. Q " A7--My . AIV, 22s 7ef'I'. v. V jg .:.V.,. ,- . . V " ' , ,. I A 'Lwi 1 ju OLOF ERNDST STAMEERC.. . . . - .Chiqlzgtfff jg LIBERAL ARTSAANDISCIENCES " ' 7 C7z.emist7'3' L . f A34 . K - , L A "-. .. Y DOROTHY ANN STANDARII- - . QV ---R .V.MzgcQmb,i '.,.k V ' LIBERAL ARTS LAND SCIENCES7 l'W. ' ,French g A V- ,Q iff., ' Delta Gamma VV ' .,A,' f Torch: Chairman. Holdeeoniilig QCOmi'h.lif6t?Q VL CU: ChHll'iIliI.ll,iVW0lllRll'S 4.l- League -Big Cllllllllittee 633: The Illin .QL 2. 3D1kM0th8I"Si'Ag.-,QQ Dn y Committee 'Q 3 Yr Dad 's:,Da.y, C0IDlflittQ8V5ff?.i X155 In lv: .. . . ,. . ,I I-ri' . ,- ' f , ,. . I , .5 ,j.,,,.wf: "4-4 J Q. fx f ,yt 4. v- aI:.f..lwU vis -"E+ ':':'z.' . -5' 5 if . if.-.fc fav A ,Z .f-Q, 2, 43? . , -- -' f ,rf " -ff,,.-'iii ' ., I I . ..,'l flf- Q WILLIAM CHARLES S'IARR'EI'I' . If LIBERAL 'ARTS 'ANfSfS'EIENiiEifff5 Phi Mu Delta . A - . fi: - V .flue .NOV A I A GEORGE LOGAN SIAUDT. . li A I A ' JOURNALAISII. gqg V Adpeflisingf V VV. V3 4 Chi Phi ' 2 . ' Sachem.: Alpha Delta. :Sign1zI.:w'Il2i1ij ESQ L, The Daily Illini fl. 2. 37,3 'FirstVLieuffeII'QiIt,ijV AT University Brigade, CU' .V "'- Vg :ggi J Z" ROBERT WIl.liUR S'I'EEIsINe5fQ,l ELECTRICALWIENEINEEIIINGV' Aj-gif? :Rini Phi Sigma KUIYP3 i if .L I-I Tau Pi sigma: A. I. 'E.,,E.: Ci1DIZLiIi.NZU!lF- 1'lf-'gif' versity',Hrigrmle 91.19 .. , . ' 'A ' ' jj ' I . , - Vjf -L,'?',7'f:'-ff'V, Vi .. "3 '.."1iUV ...Qi . .ig V 'EV 1, ' ffjj, .1 - ' W A -- . A wi fe-iw. .1 ,. .VSA ly.: DONALD F RASER STEELE .-..- -,f . . :La . Webster Gropesgfzllo? ' LIBERAL ARTSVKAND 3 iffwl . Ec0n.oin.icsQ V1 M lj n Vg Beta Theta Pi li A A Weshninster College A, 1. wvnam I'uVrfr' 105 , w i., Q 1:1-.'gL,i' fi I , Q I A I JV- Q I I ,Q . gh- Qi? i A' -' " J 1-S . ' .,V,,,,V. 'I rw- f:4'i'9.:f new fFLQzfQwfcs,,',S11EfLLf 9 ' 1 'pffflfffon QQ: ig'Q31g'ggLg.fqfff4.QlEnUcAT1oN'IL'T 5 u . 'K , in ,V A .L cf? :M-2-.5 W., ' 4' V fi M41 ig 7 Aj 5 A , lpn vi, ,I g ' I :xfff if V -f my nik- ,I . V Wi. 4 4 v L 4 QV? I ,-F , 1: bt S V Ewfif ' 2' 1 X I , , 5 . A rf- f if.. M. I . 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I-"The Great God ,,VBmWIi,,433 M I , H61IorS-Dawffl 2 37' University of Illinois 1, Key' Gil' ' ' L' L, Kruk STEISHENSON-V ..-.... Chicago ' fr, WGENEIIAL ENGINEERING Qilqta ,Epsilon 3 fhiVAlph:g Lambda: Varsity Fencing Squad 'fl3J. . .V I , k : ' -i 'sfxiif 'J' ,E 1.177 - 'fkl .,,,,. s ,-4 . -fSlilf0N HQARRY STl?.RNf . - X ---.-- V -Chicago f VCTVILL EKNGINEEHINCV 5'.'5PI1ifjEpsiloi1iIii ' ' ' ' . Illitii-gl Ya.rsity"Fenv:ing Squad 425. 'fLQQt9r"K3'J, CQ-Captain C15 ',fj,,4i, , :, 'ing-V. l M, ., W. ., ,.,. 4, A, mfr.. 1, lx., A 1 M.. -. I. .,.f ,M V, ,. .V Vx. , ,N ,ff 9 -7 5 SrERN,i JR.-vf Champaign V v If5l,?Q2QEf:jSQ,.'Lfii!IRAI.iiAWrg AND SCIENCES A Qiii?f52'i51i1if.1??z' iliispeevfi I I I A ' it Page' 106 RF 'S' up V v , ,Ik -J I 'W y fo! I 5. T Q ,.-. V'-r gru- '13 Y fm- ,-tp -r A-vi-. i. on 'QR G 'Wi - .W ' A A A iT'F37SQffI- I--' .rg-Qi "'- -Rouanfi' PUTNAM STEYENS?fD!ill22fZl'?f5H5ai.,eGiwI - I 1 ' I I "ff iifl --'iif . Vp , CEnAIIIcfENBINEEnINf.2 gg. 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COMMETICEV I VV A Accountancy V A ZetaPsii A V a if-, Freshman Varsity W:1terjI'olo Squad- Morton Junior College 3 1 A 'X .Ve I , ,- .. . mr ,. Dono'rHY AGNES STIEGNIAN. . . Q'-iV1ThawviHef1 , EDUVCATIONV . , J ' Mathfenmlics' M V V . Cerina ,V - A. . ' I K, . ' Physical Education IwIajmsA Club' -0IfCli'lE,STSy' Alpha Lnluhmla Delta: Minors IA: iW. A. 1A.:14.. f . Hockei' 42, sp, vQI1eyVBa1I,Q2, an 1' Appa,r4pIgu5V35. Qg.5L'k 127: Baseball'f3l , W " AQ itll ,-,, V Honors Day fl, 2, 37 A I "-. ,if ff. I HERBERT RAYMOND STCQKES' - 5--,Peoiiif I - CIVIL ENGINEERING6. A Tau Nu Tau: A. SAC. E.: FiratVLieutgriiyh1,f University Brigade C47 fi -f' .. "1" r 4. CATHERINE' lVIARGUERT'l'E S'l'O'KU'Sii- .Clzicagojii . . , EDIIEATIVQN A V. . wr I V PhySl:ClLlEcll1gCl1liQn,u A A A. 'rpg W. A. A.: Soccer .C-1-jg Baseball HJ: VQll6py5.'i7'f'-"ff Ballnuilg Apparatus C-47-I ,IQasketballV,f45fQf Chicago Normal College .jk HQ .Q i-- NIABEL LEE STONE - . 5 ---- .LIBERAL ARTS VAANQ' . f .I SP9f?Chif L5 Cast. "GoId"in the Hills" ,V ,W L-illileriwood coiiegegv faraaley IustIluteV ,. . ' VM- V , I, 3-ag, A .pf -. A-iijijglwgJ?f55-fiQ?-16511- ,-. NIARIAN Alpha Svmun MARY ATAKQAKFIVTA , gigi,UCm0N, M, Illustrators A in V - Southetnlllinois Smit? Nlifinnl DONALD WGILRANT -SUTTON Lnn-ZRAL Amfs AN rcealogy i HELEN S'rAN'roN Sv11.ow-A-. IOUBNALISSI Sigma Kappa Torch: Eflitmi. Siren 'KD ange and " Bl118',FB21tl'10l'S,' The Daily 1llini'f1g,2, 37. 0153 Dad's Day Coinmitteep FHANK WlLl.lAN1 SWANN, JR.. .SL Louis, LIBERAL Arms AND SCIENCES 1 .Pre-Legal ' - - Phi Delta Theta j V A QA. -, L Phi Delta 1-'hig Pierrots: Fl'6SllHl2'l11vYf5lff'f4i'lZXll L 1 Track Squzxdg Varsity Tratk Squad GlH.Uarst," "VVottzL Racket" C251 "Illini ..Fcm1lieS"V'1,1'2-3.1 'gThe Buttemmd Egg Man" img 'iiloind 'Newgsfi Honors Day O, 22 A I , 1' g L DOHOTHEA ll'IARlAN ASWANSON . ,Mqlimm , COMiMERClE, A 'W fi g p EQ General Business 'Q Alpha Gamma Ddtah - . f Alpha, Lambda Dcltaz' Clmirrnan-.',f,W-qynnnfgfg League Finance Committee 433: Ji1i1ior'i'L1uuri'l,f A cil, Wmnzufs League 435 Qwllrillil FeathefsqC?1i'4 Qxlfvhf ange and Blue l+ez1thers,h Cmnmnia Alpfmlp xv-,',A: f The lllio Au. 231 'I'heiD:1ils' I1I311i141,,i,,29i3li-9+ Bowling 117: 'l'ennisQi13 ,. K , Hunorsplmy 11, 27 ' Y A V , 'A my "ia li 1,01 ss ELIZA1lE'I'lI SvvAN5imij .... 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V L 'JUURNALISM L ' .5 ffl? Theta Kappa 1 I Q Editor, siren go: signmoelra clli:'iCaLssgw,q Club: Mask. audi 'Baubjeg,Alpha Pill, The Daily Illini 439: lrigsr,-Lleuxenantgonly versity Brigade C43 L l fi. UIliX'0l'Sit3'.Of Florida' gy " "" 'I ' " JOHN lNl3l.soN 'li-EGARD-EN, " ' COMMERCE if if AA KCUIIIYIIQFCEKIITUZ Law- if ' Phi De1talPhi: Accouritanoy Clilbgfglulnior ,Bzitig Association 1 , 7. V, A - I Marion College l . kg T IIONIAS Lorls Tl:MPLlLr0N.:Pin1:kneyvillo5 l . ' AGRICULTURE K 9 L, Aninlul " f Lv UT Agricultural Club l ' 4 ' V 178.- SO11thEl'll Illinois State Nor3malfUniyersity ' 1 ' Q . ' A l- -all . M,-. Dol-l0'l'HY INIARIEw'I'l1lsl1jE.f.:w., EDUCATIQN i' 41. I . 1VHi8wryl .. 4, Beta Phi Alpha, ,. l Lake Forest Collego 'f .. GORDON MAX TERRY . . ., ...., , pl., 4 LIBERAL' ARTS--AND Sc1l5NQifis 34- ' ' , . A Rrefllegql - QI' 7 ' Sigma Alphai ENID ' k4i,' ' ' Honors Day ffl. 33 '- Q' f Nortllweotern Universityg . 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' Page I 0 The Class Of 1935 C. KENT LEEPER President, First Semesfer HUGH L. RAY . . BENJAMIN A. LERNER ELBERTA J . ALEXANDER R. LAWRENCE BALL STANLEY H. BOYLE FLOYD D. CERF CHRIS W. CHIBUCOS CHARLES C. CURRY BEULAH M. DALBEY RUTH A. FERGUSON GEORGE L. LA KAFF HERMAN LEVIN . Co-Chairman . . C0-Chairman FRANCES L. NIASIOKUS DORIS D. PRAEGER KARL V. ROHLEN ROBERT J. SINDELAR KENNETH A. SMITH MOUNTEORT H. SMITH DOROTHY L. SUNDQUIST JOHN V. THOMPSON JULIAN P. WILAMOSKI SENIOR HAT COMMITTEE GEORGE L. LA KAFF . . . . Chairman FRED H. BYERGO FRANCIS H. NIUNS VERNON A. FORSBERG ROBERT J. SINDELAR Y CHARLES E. OTTO W ALTER LINDER Vice-President, First Semester The CIIAHLES C. CURRY Class Of 1935 ,.,.es.dm,,,Semd Seme8,e,. JUNIOR INFORMAL COMMITTEE BRUCE A. KING . . DOROTHY L. SUNDQUIST ELBERTA J. ALEXANDER JAMES D. BENNER BEULAH M. DALBEY FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND ROBERT L. F ABER LAWSON H. FLANAGAN G. ROBERT GAUEN CLIFFORD E. LAMPLOUOH C. KENT LEEPER SEN IOR R. LAWRENCE BALL . NIOLYNTFORT H. SMITH Hf I. E NIARTIN A.H.1llNISCH JO N C D WOLF I -l'resid6nt, Second Scmvslvr LLOYD JOSHEL . . . . Chairman . .... Co-Chairman FRANK R. MERCER PHY LLIS E. MONK SARAH A. PATTERSON MARY C. SMITH EVELYN A. STERN RICHARD D. TURNER MARIE L. WAI.I.ING JULIAN P. WILAMOSKI JACKET COMMITTEE . C0-Clldiflllllll, . . . C0-Clzairman BENJAMIN A. LERNER ROBERT C. REINHARDT Page In The Class Of 1936 SOPHOMORE COTILLION COMMITTEE JOHN J. BRANDLIN . CARMALETA I. BIXBI' . WILLIAM J. BURNS NEIL D. CLINE JOIIN T. DUFFN1-:R JOSEPH M. GARTNER JOIIN S. GILL MAIIIAN J. GRASS EDWARD S. GROSSMAN THEODORE Q. HOFFMAN KENNETH D. MCCAIN SOPHOMOR HENRY C. ROSSMAN . MARY J. MACAN . ANNE M. AVERY NATALIE M. BELTINO GILDA BEVILACQIIA ELOISE J. BILCER JULIA V. DANIEL EDWARD N. DAVIS KENNETH L. CUSTAFSON RUTH R. KOCH SARAH R. MARSHALL KENNETH F. IVIEENAN . C0-Clzairnzan . C0-Clzairman WILLIAM B. MCKINSTRY FLORINE E. PETRI JAMES M. ROBERTSON HENRY C. ROSSMAN BERNARD M. SILVERMAN EDWARD J. STACK WVESLEY E. STARK ELEANORE G. THOMAS THOMAS K. WILLIAMSON E INFORMAL COMMITTEE . . . Chairman . . W0lll8H,S Chairman VIRGINIA I. MILLER EDWIN H. MOHILL JAY R. PRILLAMAN LAWRENCE C. SMITH STEPHEN A. UCHEREK IVIARJ ORIE M. VOICT HOWARD W. WIIISON SHI-IRWOOD WVISE OSCAR WVOLFES JAMES R. HAMRIPZTT President, First Semesfer Al.Bl'IRT K. IMLE Prexident, Second Scnlcslw ANCIS X. MGKIMM I Ylvnf, Sec HENRY M, WIILSON P esident, First Semester ond Sem I The Class Of 1937 FRESHMAN FROLIC COMMITTEE CALVIN T. TROTTER . EVELYNE BLAZER DERRIG R L. BREWSTER HELEN DREIS ROBERT K. FIERSTEN JOHN K. HAGGERTY ALEXANDER L. HACI.UND HELEN V. HOUSE BARBARA K. HOWELL GEORGE A. KAESAR JOIIN T. KINGAID FRESHMAN ERLING R. BERG . . IVIADELYN L. SIMMONDS MARGARET E. BAKER DOROTHY F. BLUM JAMES I. CANOFF RUTH E. COGDAL WILLIAM W. CHIPRIN DONALD G. DAVIS ROBERT F. ,JENSON ROBERT L. KLINCEL JOHN H. LANGLEY ELINOR B. LOI-IFF INFORMAL . . . . Clzairnzan FRANCIS IVICKIMMEY VVILLARD O. NELSON J. ANN NOEL NANCY F. RILEY LESTER H. 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If li. 5? vws 9- QB . . ,, Founded l'I1iversity of Pittsblxrgfll. 1891 FOI'TY'Hll't't' .Xctive Clmpfers IOTA CIIAP'1'ER Eshxhlisllecl 1902 T09 South Ashland Ilnlllevslnl. Chiwlgo JAMES T. CROOT, B. S., M. D. CARI, A. HEDRLONI, B. A., M. A.,M. D Ph. D., D. Sc. CHARLES E. Hl'3IIS'1'lJN, M. D., D. Sc. HAROLD I. BTEYER, A. B., B. S., M. D GEORGE BTILLES, Ph. G., B. S., M. D. TELL NELSON, B. S., M. D. RIjI1OI.I'II J. ODEN, A. B., M. D. M. L. OSTRONT. B. S., M. S., M. D. fs FRANRLIN P. HI-IAUXN, X. B., Ph.D. PAUL L. SrtIIROI:ImER, B. S., M. D. FRANK L. STONE, Xl. D. CAHROI. W. S'I'I'AR'l', B.S., M.S., D.D.S., M.D. W.AI.'l'ER II. 'l'IIEORAI.n, B.S., M. D. RICHARD L. WERR, A. B., M. S., Ph. D FRANKLIN S. VVILSUN, Ph. G., M. D. ARNOLD A. ZIAINIRRIIAN, B. M. S., MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors RICIIARIJ T. CALUSIU i,lI.AREN1:I: P. T'T0l.UFl1'Ii KORER1' W. GLENN JOHN H. NTATHIS H. AR'IIfII'R CRENN1-IN WWILLIAM D. MOIILENRROQR ,luniors f.I.liMEN'I' f..CUl.1flNIAN RILIIARII T. HAN'ERS'1'tl4iIK ENIERSON C. Kl'NIJ.t RII. M. GxLLA'I'I JUIIN II. JOHNSON JOIIN PAHKI-I Svplmnzores GEORGE ASIILINE FNIERSON MCVEY FRI-1D QLEBZI-ik Fresfzmen LEO J. BROIIN JOIIN K. HEATON RORERI' BLRLI-IY ,JAMES L. HORA CLARENUE C. COIIRS RIOIIARI1 F. KINZER FVLLENE LOc:s'I'ON HAIIRY D. NESNIITH CLI1fI'ORn H. PETERS PAUL R. T71-1'l'I-IRSI-IN FRANCIS SAVISR WAYNE P. SIRLES FOREST C. PARRER WYICTOR ROIIERSON PIIILLIP TIIOMSEN ROC!-IR F. SONIIAIL ALRERI' E. STEER RI'ssEI.I. R, T.xI'RERT TTENRY STEINRAf:II WILLIAAI E. STEINER .IMIES B. VVALLER D. Sc. Sauer Sirles Steiner Burley l'l'ft'l'S6Il Brown Peters STOTIIDEICJI Heaton Hom Ashlinc Nesmith MUVQ5' Cuhrs Wvilllffl' T40,Q'NtfIIl Kinzer Steer Bnrys Pzlrke Johnson Beecher Till1'l0I'f COIQIIIIIII Ash Somlug' linlluii Kllllllil Parker Hohersun Holoffe Bard 'l'hOI1IseII l':IlOsiO Glenn Mathis GIAGIIIIUII MOhleIIhI'Oc'k Page 1:27 Page 128 Chicago Graduates GLEN C. ANDERSEN ...... . . .Oak Park MEDICINE Student Council fly: Omega Beta Pi: Phi Chi hllLTON CHARLES BAUMANN. . .Springfield MEDICINE SoI'HIE KATHERINE BLASZCZENSKI .Chicago DENTISTRY Secretary, Senior Class, College of Dentistry Crane Junior College WILLIS JULIAN BOGUE ,... . . .Chicago hi!-IDICINE Phi Chi University of Chicago FoRREs'I' NIARVIN KLICK . , . .Hampshire PHARMACY Phi Kappa Sigma University of Wisconsin PAUL JAMES 0,BRIEN .... . . .Decatur MEDICINE PlIi Chi St. Louis University LISBON HERDIAN SCHMEISKE ......., . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kirkwo0d, New York DENTISTRY Kappa Delta Rho President, Sophomore Class: Vice-President, Freshman Class. College of Dentistry: Student Council 135: Psi Omega University of Michigan ALBERT H. SLEPYAN ..... . . .Chicago BIEDICINE Zeta Beta Tau l'hi Delta Epsilon: Phi Psi Phi: The Daily Illini 11, 23 .law www ' My vicar. Q' I -QQ-af E M., . E I J- .1 V- V 1 sC: f!Iifv " f, x .. ogy - f i . :a i ' 'im ,A , ' ,EI asf? Chicago HE professional schools of the University, which include the colleges of Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy, are located in Chi- cago, where they have available a large number of patients for clin- ical work, in the Cook County Hos- pital, and in the new University of Illinois Research and lfducational Hospital. In 1931 the new Medical build- ing at 1853 West Polk Street was occupied. The research labora- tories in connection with the Col- lege have enabled Illinois men to make outstanding advances in pathology and surgery. The College of Dentistry is making every effort to supply men , aaa 5 M ' 1' .fl Campus ' lo hll positions in hospitals and medical schools where the need is for men with a medical background trained in dentistry who can ap- proach intelligently the larger problems in dentistry. To this end the entrance requirements have Iieen increased to sixty hours and more courses in medicine have been included in the curriculum. 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Thr Him Fmxk Flms4'Hx1'1g1c ' ' S11r'lwm .' lfmrflmlli Rusk: llnlll U1rs'1'Y NIILLER Srn1'ur l'l1r'r'rlr'4l1lr'r Howu-3 CIIENI-ZY Slmlwnl ,llvlnnyem Sim' I'mn'.w l.ul,1s1-Q Wmmm' V , IIN-Inf Hnarrl: Slnrlwzl Iwfzmwfl: Tfu' Imilu Illini ' , GK34, 4, I'rf'.wfrlr'nI, W. A. A. rl'1f-1111-ws hy I'r1ulSfm1f -lfuymffr. I,Hl.j PM riff 1.79 HEILLIOOF f-Hip 5 11015 " I audi? Nxfj mf ffl... f ff' 2: ' fgpgij , f 1 9 3 4 5. , 1 Q Z - V. wg-Q-.Q "' is 4 2 . ...if U its S A 'N qifjqff, 'Ks-'Q rf -. Et 1 , Ljb,'..v. ",k f .. N If xx ' - f xp ,, --... 'R f 'A' EVENTS OF THE YEAR i Page' ,IJ .J 1, Afilwl-tv 2. .'1,NIl'!'.l'lg1If N ' 3. Ifwlnza' 'L Rfffllf 5. Ht'lI11l'.ll'f1 O. Bvloug riglzl Septernlier'-V-HOctober il. john Charles Thoinas opened the Star Culirsfl. 2. Reg- istration was "all 1-luwd St'l'llOIlFn again. The- Illini Nlules won. Gold In tht' Hills was a hilarious stu,-vess. 5. Zup talked to the Hornevmning pvp meeting. O. The line held. T. A new band formation. 8. The Hmilecfmmiinff' bonfire. I' 9. The Thetas took lirst prize for sorority dvvoratimis. 10. The HFijis,' won the l:l'i1lC'l'Illl.'f division. 11. D. lv. took second. T. Left 8. Above 0. Below 10. Below, fligfll ll. Ii'6lou',1eff K Pagxf 1,4 'U 01 X 1. xlborc lf. A4l1n1'f-.riglzl 3. Belzm 4, Rl, It ,.a9"- Pqge 144 5. Below, left 6. Bvlou',ri.1zlzt N ovelnher-D 00611117811 l-2. :Xthletiv 34'liYilif'S1'llHIlgICd from gridirmx to hardwmvcl 3. Kvllogg was pI'1'Sf'IllPCl with the Peace Prizv. -I-. The uin- Iwr. The llnulists in the Prom QllP?ll ravv. 0. AIlL'il'lll bathing suits at thc' Water Carnival. T. A vrowd ut Bradley. 3. Axe'-gL1'i11clP1's! 9. Curly N'E1Sl'l'0XYll0d Prum Ql1PI'Il. 10. Thc Sim-k judging Teunm ff'Llllll'0d the Little- hm-1'11alio11ul. T. Left 8. .4 bore 9. 1?l'l0lL' l0. Below Pugrf If f 3. H1-Ion' L Rigfrl 1. ,lbuze ZZ. .'1I1llII't'. riglzl '21 NV My 5. Below, left 6. Below. riglzl X Pug? 1,411 I V 6 I irq?-..4,h.,...A.' q wwf -fe .Q . whwfkg' smw. 2- 6, if. .. US' ' ' 5' 2 Tl, X my , , gg-:fy,w 13351, ,mg-, A - X 'K' J ' My A , Q Q M qf , A ,. .. Q d1,..?,1,if Q . A M4-f.:.,,,.,.,.,.,.a.,,. in A 2 Z" , A X f HW A H A , ..,1 -QW I, W W J arluary--ee Februar y l. Villlllliill-S League-'s show entertained the Creeks. 2. The winners of the lee Carnival. 3. Timeout for lllinoisl 4-. Fine Arts' Balle-toyland eame to life. 5. The sleigh-ride season. 6. The senior section ready for the erigravers-13 a. ln. T. "Down with Wvari'-at the Anti-war mass meeting. 8. The QIYIIIIIHSIS entertained the vrowd helween halxes. 9. Sevonfl semester balloling-Blue won. lO. Thefre off-. ll. The Frolie over. the freshmen donned their roats. ,N W.. WY... M , Lf .flzv im iwfrl ino.,,,. ,. . C i kgnii iirrriv i 4 ,... ,,.,, ,.,,, i f- .. K, V V .,..,, .,,., ,... W oo.' . , ' ' , " ' W , ' ' M ' L ff - K iff i-f'- Yifii- ' I . T. Left 8. 14110113 9. Hclon' V lfl. Below, lr-fc ll. Below. right E Page H7 Y' YN l. ,-111006 2. ,4lm1'v.r'zgf1l 15. H1-fan' 4. Rzgfzl 55QQ'S?:97'f9 5. Im'v1un'.f1'jt 6. B1-luzr. riglll , 5 - 1 HX 1 Q, Payuf ILS Maroli-April l. The L'nix'ersiiy's 06th birthday party. 2. Telexision gazers at the Electrival show. 3. 27-26 . . . after the great Purdue battle. -lv. lirnie and ,luliefliing and Queen of llbwls. 5. Cru- elty to animals. 6. Benvh-warrners at the opening gunle. T. The lightning arrester. 3. in adverlisenient for the En- gineefs dance. 9. Svience on display. IO. The airship von- trol of the future explained. ll, A bout in the meet with Indiana for the Big Ten championship 'Q -- z, i fu! E K. , Q x . . . 5 "fix, I . X .,,, f W I. .... . f4'34"9', 1 M 6 K , 'V V N QT 'J M T. Inf! 3. :1f1a1'0 0. Heian' ww we .. S- l0. Below, left ll. Befozv, right wg!!! Pay ' 1 ' ' 1. :Hmrc 11. .-1114113 ligflf 13. Hwlnll' 1. Right ,ME , 5551 9 W V V , Q A , V Y ,L i L, W 5. Heluzf, lcfi 1 1 Q l'u5,w ISU Hay-J une l. :X baseball 1-mwd. 2. lndependent Queens. 3. A lull in the Illio clistrilmution. fl. Mortar BO3I'ClifOI1 llle Senior Benvll. 5. 'lll16i'l'OXN'Illl1g of the May Queen. O. Torch. T. Circus stunt winners. 3. Ma-Wvall-Da on its Iraclitional Elm. 9. SHl'll'3I'Il sing. IO. COIIIIHCIICPINFIII sounded the knell to College da ys. IGF ffx fn,-I .11 7 Xxgfijlmm I ff rmiv fx ir 4 M i ,. M xf . .-: - gf? A I' , TQ-ul yrfK,ifLQJ ...A 3- .-f lil :jj 5, 1 I mi Ax W---Q11 0 X "" pw' 3 . 'N ' gn S n r. IM- 4 X ,lf .. ,, ,, rv , , ,V -in Y V ff. .b L , f 1 iff-V 2 ,n Sf 3 -, X ax ,,,. xl? 1 - ' 5, f 1.5 xi ff .1f Q55 ww 31 J, J' mg, W' -,A ft.. 191 Hn' Us vw - 1-ng I l GEORGE A. HUFF Director of Athletics WANT to say something about the line spirit which has been shown by the coaches and members of our Varsity teams in cross country, fencing, golf, gymnastics, soccer, swimming, water polo, and tennis. The necessity for retrenchment compelled the Athletic Association to withdraw Hnancial support from these teams but they have carried on intercollegiate competition. They have all played normal or nearly normal schedules. To do this required determination, courage and some sacrifice, for which they deserve the highest praise. Our football team did far better than any one had reason to expect and the showing reflected great credit on our players and Coach Zuppke and his assistants. lt is pleasing now to recall, as several writers have done, that during the lean years which preceded last season our students and alumni showed such a loyal spirit. Illinois is known for its tradition of sportsmanship by spectators at athletic contests and in the main this is being upheld. Let us guard this tradition jealously. Page 154 CHARLES li. Buwrix L. NIIVIIAEL Tomy Business Manager Direrfor of Aihlelic Publivify The Athletic A sS0Ciatio11 BOARD OF IJIRICQQTURS ALFRED C. CALLEN GEURLE X. llLfFF JmlEs P. KR.4'I'Z FREDERIQ A. lilQSSEllL XXYILLIAM E. CLIFFORD MEMBERS OF THE A'l'Hl,l-Illll l.lOlfNlIll, Faculty fllenzbers GEORGE W. CUBLE CEORQE A. HUFF CARL L. LIJNDGHEN Flll-LIJERIC A. RVSSELI. xlllllllllf 1110711 bers W, Bl-IRT HAYES J. Gmnuvlw Tumms L. BIICIIAEL 'l'01s1N Sllulvnl lllenzlfers NIflll15l.AS P. BRENNER vl'vAYNIi H. FOLCER GEORGE A. HORc11 CLARENCE J. NELSUN ROIBERT C. CARLIN RORER1' M. llARRlSON Hovmnu A. KELLERMANN THOMAS C. STRAW ALFRED C. CALLEN . ..... , .X Rcprcsentfztizsc of the Urziversily of Illinois on the faculty board of the Western Intercollegiale Corzfcrcnce Russell Hayes Carlin Horch llllIlfl,L'l'CIl Goble Kvllermzllm Nelson llill'l'lSUll Folger Slmw lll'L'llIlCl' Tribe Of Illini Urgunizuliun of Varsity Allilelvs IJAIIII NI. IgIjI.I,ll4Qlx ALVIN Ii. IIAIIN, Ph. D IIEIIIRI-LH'l' VV. IIRAII., AI. 5. IIAYAIIINIJ F. DVOIIAN, HS., B.IhIllS. IIOLEIIAN li. GIIIFFI'I'II. Ph. D. I,I.uRI.I. A. HI I-I, Il. 5. JI-QIIIIME .l. JIIIIIIAN, li. S. IIAIIULIJ E. KI-LNNILY. B. S. GLENN ll. LAW, B. S. 'l'HoIxI AS C. S'I'II.I W Prvsidanl A.1Nl. .lUs'rA AI. I,INDuIIIgN. . IIAIII. L, I.I7NImuIII:N, B. 5 FAIIUI.T'I' EDWIN .l. NIANILY DIILTON BI. OIANIQIQR, NI. S. RUIIILRI' B. UIII.0vII:II, A. NI. HAII'I'LI:Y D. PIIIc:I3, A. NI. j. CIIAII: HIIIIY, A. Il. VIIALDO SIIIAIWAY, Ph. IJ. GILoIIc,I-3 L. 5'I'AI'1foIIIm, AI. S. SINIAIIII ll. 5'IAI.I1Y, Ph. IJ. WI:IwnIgI.I. S. VVILSUN, B. S. RoIII:R'I' ll. ZI I'l'liE, Ph. Il. NIICNIBERS IN UNIVICRSITY Gizoricig E. AIIIIAIIANI JAI.llER'I' AIIAMS ROIIIQIIT J. .'Al.DHlClI OMAN L. AI.I.xIAN w'II.llIIR II. ANIII1RfoN Amo A. AN'III.I.A IIOIIEIIT I.. BAI4I1II OIIVIQII HAIIRIIN IIANLIIN K, IlI1NNI:'I"I' lIIIAIII.Es A. BILNNIS ,IOIIN T. BIQYNQN 1II.lFFUllll II. CARLSON IIUIIEIIT C. CARIIULI, IIAIII. H. CIAIISON PIIII.I.II' E.t1oIIN DAVIII F. 110014 .AI'llRl-IY O. CQQIUIAN BAIINIH CIosNI:I'I4 I"0IIIgs'r I. QIRAVI-IN IlAII'I'uN A. IIIWIAIINIVS .IAQQI Ls A. I7I'I'RI1sNI-Q llAI.IfII .I. IiI'sI'I:IN liAI,IfII NI, FISIIEK fill.-XllI,I-LS Il. I"I.AI'IIxIANN .'AI'llHI.lll lf. FLIIIIIII xVlI.lll'R M. FIII1In:RII:Ii I"KI1n F. FIIINIQ FIIANI4 Ii. FII0sI:IIAIIIgII lIIIAIII.I1s S. llAI.IIIII:,II'II XlllfIlAl-ll. ll. GAl.I..-NND lCI,III-LII'I' H. ILIIAI4. ICINV.-ARD Giwiaosiu FIII-Lu C. IIANIIs IEIIWIN R. HAYI1s XVII.I.IA.xI A. III1I1'I'I4I1 III'I1suN A. IIEI.I.xIII:II FIIANIQ E. HEWIIII' NOIIIIAN W. HINIAIS .II'I.II's A. IIoI:I"I' l.YI.I3 Ii. l'IoI'I-'MAN liI.noN I-I. lIuI'I.II'I'oN IlI.IFI'oIIn F. IIYINK FRI-QD W. KAsI:II XI'4:I's'I' .I. K41wAI,sIxI XVILLIAAI A. KNllllI'l' iII.IFFoIIIJ W. KUIIN VILIINIZ U. I.ANIJ3Il-IIFII Bm II. lil-IWIS I.IiS'l'l-IR L. I.INImIsI1III: .IAIIILS li. INIIIIXIAIION RIIIIIQIFI' D. IVIAY IIUILI-Ill W. NIOIISIX Duck A. 0'NI:II.I, HAIIIIY M. P.-xI.AIIgII IIAIIuI.Ir O. Pl-l'l"I'Y NIlI.I.ldR S. I'FI.AI:I3II LINIJIQN II. IIIA'I"l' IIIIAIN P. PIIRINIAN G. HAIIULII PIIIIIIILIQ W. IIUNTIIR IlI'sSI:I,I. III-ZNIIY RVNIANA NIIIQIUN Ii. SCII.-UIlI'I'XlAN IVAN D. SIiIIIIs'I'I-Ili FIIANK L. SIQAAIANS IRVINIL R. SEELY RAI.I'II W. SI-ZILIA' NORMAN .l. SII-:III-il. EIIWIN Il. SNAVI-ll.Y RUIIIQIII' Ii. S'IIIil'lIIdNS HAIIIIY S. S'I'I1IIN 'l'IIoNIAs ll. S'I'IIAw ,IIIIIN 'l'0NI:uI-'I' NIIINIIIIL B. VAN CIYNIIQN XYINIIENT S. VAN INII1'I'I'R JIIIIN VANTIIIN HILIIAIAN .I. WAI.sI:II XXIILLIANI O. WIZSI' aqua--I ICIIIYI N Ii. SNAVI-:IA IYI'1'6-l'I'1'NI4I1'llf . 3 .ein We 6 J. I I I I NIIIINIAN XV. IIINIC5 Sw'1'wfury-TrvIz.w1I1'e1 'I Paar 1 no I.nIIIlInPiI-I' 'l'0IIcoff Grylmoski Pilllllel' Xvilll GIIIIM-II Anlilln NICNIJIIIUII l'1'l:I,srcI' Sicgvl Lewis Kzisvlu II2l.lIll'l'2llIl Knight Fisher AINICTSOII Kowalski f4l'2lVL'll Gragg Hoeft I.IlldI7El':.2' VzIn'l'uiII .'xIJI'i1ll2llIl Fl:IclIIII:IIIII Ihlfrcsiw Hays-s I'I'i4IrllI I'Il'k'1Ik'l'IL'k li usscll Scliustek Straw Wzllser llcnnis Stvrn Hewitt Hines Carroll AIIIIIIIII lluufls Sll Iwcly XVRIILIIT. Junior f'I1 verlzvrrlel' XVISI-Z. Junior C11 eerlemlvr Cheerleaders SENIOR, two juniors, and a group of sophomores make up the staff of lllini cheerleaders. They are present at every athletic event on the Campus and lead the student body in their vocal approval of the Varsity on the gridiron, hardwood, and diamond. These men with their strong throats and excited gestures offer through cheers and songs an outlet for the spirit and enthusiasm of Illini rooters. More than this, they attempt to en- :-ourage good sportsmanship, so nev- essary to the suvctess of any athletic event. This staff helps to maintain the Illini code of sportsmanship and to see that, win or lose. every Varsity team is loyally supported. SIHHIONIORE iIHEruLrAorns 4iHlgg ,H. Xlll.I.liIi, Senior Clwcrlearlvr Miller Sitzhcrger Pitcher Smith uge1J7 HEILLIOOF w.'1 WB. -QU- rf? x?X7..2."'-.. sm . ,,,,,.,.ff' 0 Page Iliff Harrison Bullock Olsmtler l.ll1llQII't'Il Rt-itsvh Portmzxn Palmer .Xntilln l,imllw-rg: llryboski Kulm 5 tiragg Dennis Frosvliatuer Cnnnnings Straw Ileynon tltllllflxillll Platt Frink Bloom Snook Wulsei' Cook Sclnistek Znppke HIC seniors on the l933 team startecl out as sophomores on one ol the poorest teams in our history. 'l'heir aeliievement in l933 should al- ways lie an example for lllinois athletes of what 1-an be accomplished ln persex'eranee and spirit. lfvery team they met was more powerful in physique. Yet Sam Vtlilla- man. eoaeh of Ohio State., said they were the greatest little team he had ex er seen and l agree with him. Laek- ing physical power, they had to de- pend upon strategy and aeenraey. Varsity Football They missecl a lie lol' the c'onle1'ent'e championship lay failing on goals after touchdowns against Michigan and Ohio State. It is only fair to say that we spent more time than most teams on place-kim-king and that we dicl win the Northwestern game by a field-goal. As mum-h as we all lamentecl the Zl'l'l'Kl'., Courh Xv.XI,SlilI, lfnpiuin loss of the tie for the l'lli1lIlpltJltSl1llJ by two points. there was plenty of glory left. l think that lllinois is on the up- grade in footlrall. l do not mean that we are going to NVlll a vllampionship next year. hut I believe we should win our share of games and make things interesting for the he-sl. Z x X Flux K. A I 1-ting Fapfrzin, , - - ww rklg-Q:"5"i'f' W", "mf fif'-....., M ' ' . ,. . X -'G XM' M RV Lon Y: if fel: i3TZ5i"lsQf?f-ifli-1 1552-iii' 22-fifiil' i1i?3?'El23?fr "Iw"17"N w1iP"'144"'7ec::wife'f--TW'1M'Wylie?1+"7'5'T"'ziQ:.3'f-2--vkiresz: :,..:1'- -ivitig-e1ffH4"Wffi'H': """'1533f- 1 .. W . A M 1 was "".1'aw 'f'9':w:?'1i .,M,f5?5W'Sf2Z:'113 . t OB BLOOM, Varsity center for the past two years, first Hlled this gap lll.noM. f'eul1'1' in the line after being Hdiscoveredi' in a physical education football class, and from then on was a permanent occupant of the berth. A consistently hard player, his sole chance for outstanding mention came through his ability to intercept passes when playing a roving position. Though he has played but two seasons, lie will be ineligible for further compe- tition next vear due to graduation. Illinois 19 Comic, Fullbnrk BENNIS, Guard Drake 6 From deep within the recesses of the second and third teams during his junior year, Dave Cook came back to the first team in his last season, a fullback in- stead of a halfback, and proceeded to make history as a line plunger and place-kicker, when he nosed out North- western, 3-O. After kicking the ball be- tween the posts in the third quarter of that game, he then proceeded to rip up the Purple line with smashing stabs that gained yard after yard for the Illini. He also made a touchdown against Wisconsin. Illinois - 21 Washington University 6 Rated on many a second All-Confer- ence team as guard, and captain-elect for the l93l season-that,s the results of Chuck Bennis' work during his junior year. Though one of the lightest men in the conference playing at the 'cforgotten man" post, Chuck more than made up for the weight he gave away by his fight- ing spirit and determination. Against the beefy Vlfolverine forwards, he per- sistently broke through for tackle after tackle, and in the Northwestern contest, was one of the best men in Hanley's backfield. It was always safe for a radio announcer to guess that uBennis recovered the fumble for Illinoisw after the foe had bobbled, for Chuck was a ballhawlc who gained more than one loose ball for the Illini. Page 161 Q I Pug rf I6 J I I Slnithers Irluncl Miller Thorm- Iilini BJll'Il2II'lI llcilges I.Zll'lI9l'lllZl.H Stranlcr Armstrong Spence lizillou XVOl'lllIL5y Wolfcs Buunian 5HI'IIOXlllRI'. Xl 'XYAILI-IHS V arsity Football Blll TEN I"00'l'BAl,l, S'l'ANDINGS Tomi fllJ'D0lll'I1f.S. Total Oppurwrzlx' Ilnnn Lost Tim! Poinfs I'ninIx l'w'1'w1lz1gi Ron Los! Tim! Points l'0in1s P6ft'f'lZlll,iI1 Xliiclligalll . 5 0 I Tl I2 1.000 lowu , . , 45 2 0 60 -I2 .600 Nlillm-Sota . 2 0 l 38 123 1.000 North wc-str-V11 I 4 I 25 35 .200 Uhio State -l I 0 46 I9 .800 lnrliunu 0 3 2 Ib T8 .000 I'nrdne' , . . , 3 I I 60 2-I .750 Ifhimgzo 0 3 2 T 56 .000 ILLINOIS . , 3 2 0 43 I4 .000 Vliisvonsin , . 0 5 I IO T3 .000 I933 YNRSITY FOOTII XI.I, RICVOHIJ Illinois. . I9 Drake . , . 6 Illinois, . 0 Army , . , 0 Illinois Cliivugo . . . 0 Illinois. . ZZI Ixzlshiiigtfrll liliivwsily . 6 Illinois- , I1 Nlicliigani . , T Illinois , Ohio State . . . . T Illinoiw , 21 Wlisvonsin , ,. ,,4, 0 Illinois 3 Northwvstcrii ,. 0 All ini 19' M Iluinlsnx. Swiiur Jlunugvr I,iY:u,xx. .Junior Jlrmzrfn-r 'l'H,u'1-ii. Junirn' ,llfrnrryfvr S'ru.ivv, Emi SI'HI'S'l'l4IK, Emi l'llt0St'll,tI I-QR, Hrllflmck Q yt 'P' g in fu 0 fra r wr'-:xiii ir' 1 'i5nig'ih',r?t? 1 myfiff.,.m'tf4T'Ifi'f-"f,' PFS, 'E-'il 'ff " 1 9112 L it ' ff" ,,.,, -.., V -' 4- - , . v W M -i 7 14,4 "xxx X k., , A tx iff? 'X lid' 'TKT ffftsfxxx 1 . 'f' fI.11i.Qt'1 if M1 "i'5f?!r,, -Q . . ,fi of g,:5rQf 1 .i.4t,. ,Q it ,tri '-','zff if I A N , -. ggidx ci. I 'f' , . m X 1 ., , Q. . .- 7, , fp. t ,. fe HOUGH not a regular in his third year of competition, Casey Straw proved to be an able substitute for Frink and Schustek, and was the first man that Zup thought of when either of the regular wingmen became fatigued or in- jured. Consequently. by the end of the season, Straw was taking part in at least three quarters of the games, and played almost all of the Ohio State contest. His cheerful attitude when matters looked the worst worked wonders with the morale of the team. and Zup will he hard pressed to find a capable replacement. both in voice and playing ability, for lVfoline's representative on the V133 squad. Illinois 21 Wisconsin 0 A regular at an end post for three seasons, lve Schustek finally was given Middle-Wlestern recognition for his su- perior playing in his senior year, when he was named on many all-Conference elevens. His furious slashing play against Michiganis All-American tackle, Vifhitey Wistert, was instrumental in the fine showing of the lllini, and again in the Northwestern game, Schustek came through with an outstanding perform- ance. lve's specialty was breaking through the opposing forwards to nab a ball carrier by the heels for a substan- tial loss, and his pass receiving was a large factor in the success of the Orange and Blue aerial offensive. Illinois - 0 Army 6 There should be no depression in the crop of halfbacks for Bob Zuppke next fall, and leading the returning group will be Frank Froschauer, rangy and shifty ball carrier from Lincoln, who has served as a regular for the past two years. Though shadowed by the unique performances of Lindberg in l933, Froschauer was probably the most de- pendable ground gainer next to Cook. ln the Chicago game, Frank averaged more than three yards for each time he toted the ball, and against Vilashington lniversity and iiiisconsin, he came through with touchdown efforts. . , . ' ,:v .- ..5w1'f...,'-'Q1:E"1 -ilgi,.1.Zf3fQi7 ft -, ,p,,yf'1s'-4.rm.sK4-t1',,laps- -4.4 ' Y: Q1 .u,,-..- f3,.4,r41f... -gpm. ,-:: -,,:- '-,.f,.--f Q c 1 'rf' '115f7U7""?37ffEi'f511f2-I'-15vl"3"-'-55'Lffigg fa4fgL'C"f.-QLI-' "" if - f es, 5,,,,,,s. M .. WA,,,a-.gX,,,,J,t ,G ' rbi- f fv' -' - ' '--fu '-' . 2 -S-' 1" ':'v-' 1-a MW.-ss" r ' - ,w-r wi' -'--wif? 'i?.:'f5'41"J1f51fff '5'Z:-l'?f""YTiZ'1- L w",:-fsiwia 4vt1,:-4x5'f'f2fdf,, . . 'P -' -' -we . ,gj f s . '-vi ew . 4-ar - ggfl-:t,f .gg ,-f r' G A wig y, j gr, W r J was f... - ' : 0' 'Ms' W 's- t ww , ,V -:fm ,g.-,gggzq Na.:-3p.r fe.-i.j5.,5..i.r-,greg2-vig uh law-5 "':..g 1 .. A 287. lN7f Prlge 163 age 164 H312 X 5 ICYNOA, as field general, from his quarterback position for the Zupnien, directed a devastating at- tack against a sometimes bewildered foe. Though too small to handle much of the ball-carrying, Jack was able to return many punts for size- able advances, and every now and again, managed to sneak by some mammoth guard or tackle for an in- dividual gain. Benyon was almost unanimously chosen by Western Conference scribes for the quarter- back post on the first All-Conference team. Red Cragg was shifted from the left to right tackle post as the season opened and became a permanent oc- cupant there until the rise of Gal- breath and Antilla. However, the hard-plugging redhead kept going strong and by the end of the year was working alternately with his less- experienced contemporaries. Gragg will be on hand this coming season to round out his collegiate grid career. Hours of practice at place-kicking proved valuable for Bart Cummings, for he made three extra points against Wfisconsin and another in the Chicago game. A sudden case of appendicitis cut short his career as a junior grid- man, but Bart will be on hand as one of the five returning veteran tackles when Zup assembles his candidates next September. BEYNON, Quarterback Gxrtmg, Tzzrklv CITMMINGS, Tackle l'l.x'1"1', G url rd Sxooli, F1lll11rlr'Ir I,.1I.3ll-ill, Tackle W 're ewm .2255 it f-eats. 'auf New 'K 'NN H2-iff N i' Q an .g., .. 6. ,, f . 1: , : ..,s: 1,.:: - ,T -'fa 371 all Y 'lv ,, g1,,?k'fs5? -1 5--,V , ra,-, Nr is 1 ,Nga Me: ,tm 5. , r my gs uf. -., .ga , I - -ay, f-4 ,6 A . y Q , f ff-as f-fr :'1-- ft fy-5 Q 7-.N .iff ' 1 -'i,1,,., . isrzg - 4 ff. are 1 .r-4 fairs- -Q-al: r .. we -mrs , 5.- as wi, A Q My --1 be w,u.,,,e,, P ,F -,, - by . . ,j,wqi1:f-., fg.wQ1.,,. f, yy W .- Q -. V V'afw?.yL'tt -at X . ..r h iiij'fi'f13,. s 'ire tfwfixgkrffz' ' 4' 'Shi , 4 .,, A M . .i - - - -as -. . . X .X -e, 1 5- . rx IND PIATT, huge guard, w as Monti- cello's gift to Illinois' football des- tinies for the past three seasons. At the tirst of the season, he started out well but didnit always keep up this drive. Sudden spurts of speed would often place Piatt on the lirst team where he would shine with All-Conference bril- liance for a short period and then lapse back into mediocre playing. A trick knee that bothered him continually was partially responsible for this in-and-out career. Something unique for a guard-f that opportunity to score a touchdown --fell to Piatt's lot in the Wlashington game when he blocked a punt and fell on it over the goal line. Illinois 6 Michigan 7 The sudden rise made by Dave Cook relegated Johnny Snook to a first alter- nate position at fullback throughout most of the year, but Johnnyds vicious smashing work, both on offense and de- fense, left little to be desired. Against Wisconsin Snook played a great game exery minute he was in that struggle. Against the Army, Snook probably turned in his best game of the year and. in that contest, he was one of the few Illini that played above average foot- ball. Though a punter in previous sea- sons, Snook was left to handle other work when Beynon and Lindberg took care of the kicking. ,lohnny will grad- uate in June. Illinois - 3 Northwestern 0 Playing on the second team through- out most ofthe year, Harry Palmer had little chance to rise to the top at his tackle position, but his work in the Wis- consin game showed he had the spirit and drive that is necessary for a Varsity hcrth. liven though he will he bucked by stiff competition next year for his favored position in the forward wall. that game will furnish a basis upon which he can make his stand for a per- manent place. ' A f 5 5 Page 16.7 Page 166 NOTHER one of those 'cmighty atolnsw is Cliii Kuhn, who, al- though weighing near the 165 pound mark, refused to be awed by heavier, more imposing opponents and went on to become a regular and get off to 21 good start in collegiate football as a sophomore. Intestinal fortitude in many games accounted almost en- tirely for his fine showing, and in the Michigan contest he repeatedly out- played the beefy Vlfolverine for- wards. Running mate to Kuhn was another midget guard, Eddie Gryboski, who came up from the coal fields of Ben- ton to push his way to the top in Big Ten football. Wlhen Gryboski, with Galbreath and Antilla, started the Michigan games, local fans were skeptical of his ability to last against the opponents, mighty line, but Eddie was still going strong after taking all the foe could give him. Chuck Galbreath, another tough but small candidate for lllinois, foot- ball eleven, came into his own at a tackle post during the Michigan game. Having played at a backfield position throughout his high school career and then having moved to cen- ter for a while when a freshman, the work at tackle was new for Chuck, but he soon established himself as the leading right tackle by beating out heavier, more experienced men for the job. KUHN, Guard GRi'BOSKI, Guard GALBREATH, Tackle l v P A' ,,-:3!.: ',:.f 4 ...2 . V Nw' fe f fe- . -. .. X ' . 1+ ' ' ' X N. 4. 'X X, Magi?-5' , ,jf -ll :ai -PL.: fggziqvtg . ,, '. . -f'- a 1.15 -- V -r 493151 W r 5 E . y ya' ff if :lem l . . f ll . 5 ji 8 Nfl 1 3 ,bl .1 Y A I t - L' . - LLINOIS' 'aldaronf' with his sham- bling gait, got off to a sensational start by becoming eligible only a short time before the Hrst game, and then proceeding to run wild against the foe and score two touchdowns. Against Wisconsin, Les Lindberg again broke loose and strode for 75 yards to make the final score. From then on he was a marked man and enemy ends made it a special point to gang on Lindberg when he started off around the flanks. However, his remarkable punting kept up his fame, and he climaxed a fine year of kicking by besting Northwest- ernis Olson in a kicking duel. Illinois 7 Chicago 0 Arvo Antilla is his name and not even Notre Dameis league of nations can boast a battling Finnlander like this giant blonde. After playing all his freshman year at end, Zup announced during spring practice that Antilla would be a tackle and the publicity that attended Arv pushed him into a first string berth as the season started. But injuries and Zup's plans kept him out until the Michigan gameg then his su- perb work in that contest practically cinched the position for him. Illinois 6 Ohio State - 7 He only weighs 147 pounds and he is the fastest man on the team-yet in- juries kept Crain Portman from making a letter until his junior year. Broken bones in his leg kept him out all his sophomore year and put him on the side- lines at the start of this past season. ln the Chicago game he scored on a pass from Beynon in one of the smoothest plays that Illinois worked all season. His sensational catching of Beynonis passes late in the season gave indication that Crain will be a valuable man to have on hand this coming year. T H E I I. I. I O 0 F SXYGFI c Qx "4 xl f4Zx ,k W7 f'f5'5""'x -k f 'ZPFFHVU 3' , . 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Playing one of the most diflicult schedules possible to arrange in the Vllestern Conference. the team defeated Chicago twice and split even with all others including the great Purdue and lowa fives. This team, not great in individual ability, responded to the fine fighting Farsi ty' Basketball lllini crowd and was practically un- beatable on the home floor. Vfhen games were played on foreign courts, the ability of the team minus our fighting spectators was just a few points too weak for victory. The loss of Captain Hellmich. the hnest jumping center in the Confer- ence, Chinn Kamm. giant guard, and Fred Fencl will be keenly felt, but if the likely looking Freshman players live up lo expectations the l935 team may be an improvement on the l931l- group. Itvny, Courlt Hi4:i,i.MicH, Captain Fnuscii.tUi-111, Clllifuifl-61005 .1 Nei- - if-I if .. ,x ar, A. fl Kumi, Guard sg. I!nAliN, lluarrl 125' made Iii-xxox, flufzrd CTING as the steadying force that bound together the lllini basket- ball team into a smooth-working, capa- ble quintet, Huddie Hellmich, captain of the IQ33-31 basketball team, was probably more responsible than any other member of the team for the ad- mirable record that was compiled. His superior height enabled him to control rebounds on both backboards and once Illinois gained control ol the ball, Hud- die began his task of direction. Froschauer, captain-elect, probably more than any other member of the team gained prominence for Illinois during the last campaign, for his sensational style of play continually attracted the cy es of the spectators. His remarkable accuracy on pivot shots and his rapid sorties into offensive territory made him tht- marked man on the Illinois team, yet opposing guards could do little against his amazing ability to elude them. The largest man in the Big Ten basket- ball during his three years of competi- tion, Chin Kamm drew many HOh's'7 and uAh's,, from opposing spectators not merely because of his size but also because of his remarkable accuracy with those Hick-of-the-wrist long shots which seemed to glide through the air and into the basket. Howie Braun,s first year of competi- tion for lllinois, a success in many Ways. brought him the added distinction of be- ing the only sophomore on the squad to receive a letter. Though small in stature. Howie, clever and quick, capably held down the opponents. and took full ad- vantage of any breaks by keeping on his toes throughout the contest. A knee injury meant that Jack Bey- nonis second year as a Varsity basket- ball player was short, but in the few Conference games in which he partici- pated. .lack demonstrated the same cool- licadedness and ability that won him a letter as a sophomore. His knack of coming through at a crucial moment helped down the Hawkeyes. and the Purdue game was his best of the year. 'H' 5' 4-'rr 1: Faye 171 Purdue . , . Northwestern W'isconsin . ILLINOIS Iowa ..... Illinois . , Illinois , . Illinois . . Illinois . . Illinois . . Illinois , . Stilwell Denncrt llnnibreck Vopicn Riegel Swanson XV:ltt0 Cullnnin l'1JlSI0l'lJl'0lDli Cmnnbc-s Fraser Mickelson i Won Los! , . 10 2 , 8 4 . . 8 4 . . 7 5 . , 6 6 St. Iiouis . . . Ill. Wlesleyun Washington U. . Knox ...... Augustana . . Missouri , . K1c1.1.l-Lmmxx, Senior Jlmlufler FRESIIMAN SQUAD Varsity Basketball BIG TEN BASKICTBALI. STANDINGS D Tomi Upponenlsi Total Opponents l'erL'cnta,gU Poinls Poirzls 1171111 Los! Percwzfugu Poirztx Poinls 833 '12 3224 Indiana . 6 6 500 353 368 667 389 343 lllinnesotu 5 363 398 667 374 333 Ohio State . . . . . 4 356 406 583 324 334 Michigan 4 319 412 500 397 383 Cliicugo . 2 318 399 1933-3-L VARSITY B.-XSKKTBALL RECORD Illinois ,.,.... Wisconsin . Illinoi Chicago ..,... Illinois ....... Purdue , . . lllinoi Wisconsin . . . . Illinois , . Chicago . . . Illinoi Northwestern , . Illinois . , . Iowa . . . . Illinois . . . . Indiana , . , , . . Z6 Illinois . . . Northwestern Illinoi Iowa ..... . . . '77 Illinois , . . Bradley . . . Illinoi Purdue . . . . . Illinois Indiana . . . ' Q. 'mlb- HAAS, Junior Manager 1'l'.'l"l'ltllll-INV, .lrlnior illanaffer 'J V4 pa fx 1? 1 X 5:3 .E W. ,.,.t.:,.. A sq. L E. ,t Q 5772" me-1. ' -ig-v .U we P 'i'3'f'f2, .4345 . 3 K A are in f 1945 ,gil J' F , v.y,,,f-, . - N a ,QA 5fQ5,,, . ' 175,-tt W 21343 X3-1 ',W' - .t dwi , 11359 sfi-'fil V letra fi., A. K 1.2 " H E ., g . 1 QQ. Kgs., , , ..,, , A at. . QYTEINQ. 5'2f5fi'4 "- I ww .1 v X Q gif., , ,wr . .f:'1ff. , ts.fi4.,. . -Jgzfig t ' .2 33 We .:,,.. Hb .- K if i ff-lim' 'iff sv .. 'ir , 4.. 5 . .F iiliiif age..- t,,1,,, ..v,,.. I ff ,, mc, , ' K' I as ,mg . L5.,: Q vt .g:,9ifi:l' K., , . A D ' 'YS' 1 . 1' V 'wUli two years. Fred Fencl toiled along as just another member on Craig lluhvis cage squad. and then sud- denly. when his opportunity came early in the year. he took full advantage of it, and became regular guard for the re- mainder of the schedule. Though smaller than many of his opposing for- wards. he stuck with them like a leech. and turned in a brilliant defensive ree- ord for the season. He was particularly outstanding in his ability to get defensive rebounds. ln this one phase he was perhaps as good a player as lllinois has ev er had. He often completely covered men several inches taller than himself throughout an entire game. Fred is the second and last ofthe Fencl brothers. Diligent work for three years was given its rewa1'd when Jake Kamm re- ceived a letter this past season. Tall and husky. Jake strove hard to gain a Hrst team berth. Though he plaved in only a few games as a senior, .lake made manv of the trips with the team, and rated as one of the best in the line of first reserves. With the exception of his brother. Chinn. he was probably the most eon- sistent shot on the team. but he was handicapped by his slowness of foot. ,lake was respected bv his fellow players for his excellent team spirit and unsellish desire to do anything that was for the good of the squad. Following Cas Bennett's gradua- tion. Craig Ruby was confronted with the problem of obtaining a running mate for Frank Froschauer and after several experiments he named Roy Guttsehow for the vacant forward post. Seemingly weak and fragile. he could keep going at top speed for 10 minutes without a letup, and his best work came in a melee under the basket where he snared loose balls time after time. Cuttschow also developed into a great defensive forward. This ability was demonstrated when he held down Lowry of Purdue and Grimm of lowa to one or two baskets each in games with these two teams. It is entirely probable that his defensive ability coupled with his scor- ing ability made a difference to the team of three or four victories. THE OF ,f XXYOQQX 'A' wx ffm? K, ss -if ,.'- S 3 63' '57 A Page 176 Hill Cook Rulmow Swann Melody Danielson Eckert Prentiss Ornstein Formllizun Bullock Tellcen XVcrner Rzidclzitz Keuursl Kzimnl Cuminingrs Carroll Christiansen Barth Cupoot Adams l,z1Roi Knight Ks-nnicott Line Dufresne West Scely Hellrnicli Allman Schlansker Woolsey I,eningtou Jones Bauglnnun HE 1934 indoor edition of our track team proved itself to be a strong dual meet combination. The teamis victories over Notre Dame and Indiana were particularly pleasing. Notre Dame had one of the strongest dual meet teams in the Middle West, but it fell before the fast stepping Illini. The Illiniis victory over Indiana was even more impressive because it was the first defeat suffered by the Hoosiers in four years of dual meet competition. Joe Schoeninger and Crain Portman were the high point winners. Co-Captains Dave Cook and - r 1 Varsity lrack MChinn7' Kamm placed one, two, in their specialty, the shot put, while Irv Seelyis victory over Steve Divich of Indiana in the pole vault was the deciding event of the meet. Marsh Miller pushed Indianefs great quarter miler, Ivan Fuqua, to a new Armory record lwhich tied the best Ameri- can performance on recordl of 49.4 seconds. Little can be predicted for the out- door season. Ineligibility robbed the team of many points indoor and the Sunny, Coach KAMM, Co-Captain loss of these performers will be more keenly felt during the out-door sea- son. Vile should present some respec- table spring relay teams at the Kansas and Drake Relays, while our veterans, Cook, Kamm, Seely and Hellmich should be point winners in all meets of the season. f Cook, Co-Captain SCHLANSKIGIK, Pole Vault CAlmol.I., IJIISIIFS 111-LLl.M wil, Dasltes IVE first places in five track meets --that was the perfect record that uChinn', Kannn, lllinoisl strong man art- ist in the shot put, compiled during the out-door season of l933. Co-Captain- elect for the 1931 campaigns, Kannn was given this honor largely through his efforts in the Big Ten meet when he an- nexed lirst place. Early season injuries kept burly Dave Cook from any duplication of the career that partner Kamm experienced in the shot put, but a steady rise throughout the season's schedule brought Dave to a second place in the Big Ten meet when he crashed through with a 46 feet, 5311 inches thrust. He was named Co-Captain, following this meet, with Kamni. Though the pole vault was more or less Lynn Schlansker's specialty, he was generally in the background picking up a point here and another there in the vault, broad jump, or high hurdles. He tied for first with Lenington and Seely in the pole vault at the lVIichigan-lllinois contest as his outstanding achievement of the schedule. C7 Though past records showed him a dash man in the l0O and 220 yards events, Bob Carroll gained his fame last season through his performances on the spring relay teams. He was a member of the 4-40-yard relay group at the Drake relays that set a new record in this event, and he ran on both the quarter and half mile baton-passing quartets when they captured trophies at the Kan- sas games. Lean, lanky Huddie Hellmich was really one of the great 220-yard dash- men in the Conference in his junior year. Only a superhuman effort by lVlichigan's great Wlard nosed out Hellmich for first in the out-door meet at Evanston and, prior to this, Huddie had gained a sec- ond in the 100-yard dash. He was also a member of the relay teams that cap- tured threc trophies earlier in the cam- paign. , t MF? L' , T-'37-:xi 4 'lff?3S3zfi1f5f"'14ELJI U., .. W., .. . . Y 73' mLC,,mA,yj..,5Qgf,! f -25.1 25: Z Q, rar af, t f3fwfi?wW1Hv:v:-fa?-ff 1 mf r wi- ,M Mw5?,fw11'.a:fm, nv:.,yvtwawa:a2rs.:.e,+f,a-W mam-wgifftitw' f-:.'f'54r13::w,,f'F f , new 5,2 - , -as :Af gmsee at-,.a.1., A ,. - L, wgvn, ' f em fltiff ... Page 177 Howard Prillanian MCKQ VS Svhncirlcr Brown Sornoiionn NIANACEH5 Varsity Track BIG TEN OUTDOOR TRACK 1933 BIG TEN INDOOR TRACK 1933 34- Michigan . . 60W Michigan . . Indiana . . . 4715 Indiana . . . ILLINOIS . 40M ILLINOIS . Ohio State . 34 Ohio State Purdue .... 18 Chicago . . . Northwestern 1625 Minnesota . Iowa ...... 8 Northwestern Chicago . . . 6 Purdue . . . Wisconsin . 5 Vvisconsin . Minnesota . 44 Iowa ..... Nrilsox. Sm1ior.'lI1111r1f1w1' FISCHICR, .lfnzior TUCIIIIIHCI' is ,1 fn' is ' if st. , . ir ' .wt ,. A ,ay m ' Q- Jlhdr '- V wew...' 4 Ugg, , my 'fbias ' :J K V. ., ' wwf ' ba ,wif ,. fwii I ,.-,4 . . S. i Q s 2 5 it I ff in 3351, M ,.k,, 5 H wif. 23914-N ' ' ..,,g, , tif' gilt s 5 I S' is 9 ' if if fiHltIS'I'lANSlEN, liaslles Amms, Broadjump Cuzwzulxtzs, Discus SECOND place in the 1111-0-Va1'd dash in the lllin J track meet of 1933 insignificant o max of c'Ch ois-Indiana-I urdue last year 'md ' ' l , . a xa ualwle and successful one at that. For Christ ' r' ' h against the great Ivan Fuqua, Olympit star from Hoosierland eountry's ace u'1rt, - 'l aged to force Fuqua hard throughout the entire dash. pressing him close at the finish. Chr C place in the Conference struggle, but was a member of the isty was unahle to garner a successful Illini relay teams in the early season games. Illinois 575 Indiana 73 Not for several years h as Illinois had a top-notch broad jumper but it would seem that any worries about that depart- olved now, for Al Ad- gave indication that he ment can be diss ams last year ff might seem rather flhand, hut it was the ell risty" Christiansenls efforts y an in t at race and one of the q 1 6'I'1T116I'S, 3I1Cl 111311- will be one of the Big Ten's leading jumpers for the next two seasons. A leap of 23 feet, THQ inches gained Al a third place in the Big Ten meet, a fine! finish to the campaign that brought him two seconds in the meets preceded the Conference struggle, and ansas relays. that immediately a sixth at the K Illinois 575 Purdue 42 Big Bart Cummings took up his discus throwing even while the indoor season was still on and consistently spent afters noons perfecting his style hy throwing fr into the net. Then when h ' V 1 moved outdoors he gave indication that h. t is was not wasted effort, fo the plattf r in his first season of competition. he gained Iiflli in the Big Ten meet at Evanston. Besides that he managed on the Illini card, notching up a second. two thirds. and a fifth. to place in every meet Page 780 Simon Mohill Kztwlinson .lolxansen Deohler Gill Nelson Kirkpatrick Dixon Nesmith Wolf Lewis Borrotf Schenck Trabert Taylor Neill Riclmrmls Doulnm Bostlemun Davis Jackson Speer l.eMurr Wehling Miller Milburn Disosvvay Stewart Buswell Liilllfllld Talbott Hayward Spurlock Smith Pierce Poole Solonien Nitz Nvriglxt Truitt LLINOISE 1933 cross country team brought the University its first harrier championship since I921 and its second since the beginning of the sport in 1883. Letters were awarded to Capt. Bill West, Capt.-elect .lacques Dufresne, Verne Landmeier, Ralph Fisher, and Mike Calland. The five letter win- ners, as well as Paul Talbott and XVI'-S'l'. Cross-1'oul1f7'yf l"ingsHMAN TRACK SQUAD Cross- Country-Track Eugene Mies, each received gold track shoe charms. Acting Coach Don Seaton had only two lettermen with which to start the season, Capt. Bill West and Jacques Dufresne, but he succeeded in select- ing and training a SCVCI1-H1311 team which probably was one of the most closely-balanced ever to participate in any sport for Illinois. Dl'l4'llliSNli, Cross-f'01mf1'yf If proof is sought, one need only lo examine the times turned in by the Illini runners in the various meets. In the Indiana encounter, for exam- ple the difference in the time re- corded by the first Illinois finisher and that turned in by the fifth finisher was only 53 secondsAand that over a four-mile course. , sy f :V -was KNIGHT. Cross-country N THE first meet of the season, on October 7, the team gave its new coach a welcoming present of an I8 to 42 victory over Illinois State Normal. The surprise of the encounter came when Dufresne and Mike Galland tied for first and defeated Capt. Lyle Hutton of Nor- mal by about three yards in so doing. The second meet was held on the local course on October 14, when the Illini defeated Wisconsin in the Conference opener. It was the first time that the Badgers had been defeated in a dual meet in nine years. Winston Bone of Wisconsin won the race, Dufresne was second, and ,lim Schwalbach of the vis- itors third, but the team balance served well enough to give the Illini a victory as Mike Galland, Verne Landmeier, Capt. West and Ralph Fisher finished ahead of the third Badger runner. Illinois 26 Indiana 30 Indiana lost its first cross country meet in six years when the Illini won a 26-30 victory over the Hoosiers. With a record of 27 straight decisions in dual, triangular, and Conference meets, Indi- ana found its road ended when the Illini runners controlled second, third, fourth, eighth, and ninth positions to count only 26 points. Capt. Charley Hornbostel of Indiana, Olympic competitor and Big Ten half-mile champion, won the race easily, but the well-trained Seatonmen, finishing closely-bunched as they did, kept the rest of the Crimson runners in check. Illinois - 1 9 Northwestern 40 The Loyola University invitational meet attracted the Illinois team. Lyle Hutton of Normal won revenge for his early-season defeat by Jacques Dufresne, and Mike Galland capturing first place and leaving the two Indians in a tie for second. In the final meet at Evanston, The Illini ran almost completely away from Northwesternis harriers to win a I9-40 victory. First, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh positions went to the Illini. Verne Landmeier won the three- mile race, coming home in 15:59 and missing the course record by only four seconds. Page IRQ N ankle injury that gaxe him troulmle 1-ontinually. kept Irv Seely from at-liieving the heights that brought him fame during his sopho- more indoor rareer. hut a leap of I3 feet in the pole vault against Steve llixieh of lndiana assured lllinois of victory in dual meet. llowever, this same llixieh look first in the Confer- enve vault. ln his second year of Narsity Com- petition. lied lilaughman ahly proved lndoor 'rl'rack his worth as a eollegiate half-miler and topped his work of the season with a fourth in the Big Ten gaines. After running first against Xotre Uame, llaughman was ahle to place only third in the lndiana-lllinois meet when his teammate, Lindsey, heat him to the tape. trailing Chuek llornhostel. lled has another season left to elimlm higher in Conference vir- eles and should place even hetter for Illinois in l935. e I te'trt Marshall Miller. heralded as the lu-st Alfl-ll man to attend lllinois in years, after a phenomenal high school record, proved himself to he just that in the lndiana contest when he ran under the Armory revord time against lvan Fuqua. Miller was 4-locked in two-tenths of a seeond un- der the old mark. However, he must have allowed hlvuelf fever to slow his feet in the Big Ten strueffle, for here he placed only fifth. Cl' S' Sli!-ILY. Pole Vault B.u'uH:i1.xN. fllidrlle Disfmire llllll 11:11, Drrslzes 5 'f5'f1ie ffilif :tap x g . fi 2126 J an ' 244 1. 3.1: . - --ig.. -' , ,S . ,. ,. We to -. ,-, ,fivxqff-.. fageff .f - rite I Q, ,iii ,- .-'E'5Pb.' ' . . M. . 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I' fffiffi " 3. , ,ii . -1v3.+s.?:'i- ,. f aq. iv 53. 1' Q . ., V . ,ai-f1,-1 sf T eu ? - Y L J 1- Qi Q I' 'ig If 1 'K 1-i i Q i Q21--. 5 Z. ,N ,- mlm A gg. . ,Y , . gg. . ffdf- , I Q 1 S l'on'l Aux. lmslfrs Sl'll4lI'IYlNGI-Ill.I"lIl'1 lltssl-.l.1.. Ilrrxllvs at i ba. gf' f x :if ' Iles ig! i iv . RAIN PURTIVIAN moved right from the gridiron onto the Armory track. early in the winter, to beeome one of Coaeh Don Seatonis two best dashmen. llere Crain used his exeeptional ability as a speedster to collect many points in the low hurdles. In the Big Ten meet he gained fifth in the 60-yard dash, but his best effort of the season eame when he nosed out Ivan Fuqua in lmoth the dash and low hurdles in the Indiana en- eounter. He contributed two Hrsts in his specialties when the Illini faced Notre Dame. Illinois 555 Notre Dame 48?5 Coach Seatoirs search for a solution to his hurdling prolnlem ended early in the season when Joe Sehoeninger, a transfer from Wiiseonsin. reported with the information that he had previously seurried over the stieks for the Badgers. His actions more than earried out his statement for he placed third in the Con- ference struggle. after winning his semi- final heat in time that equaled Wards winning time in the final raee. Joe was good enough to lead the field in luoth the Indiana and Notre Dame eontests and at present holds the Armory record for the T0-yard high hurdles. Illinois -11-9'i Indiana 41515 After a year's absence from the dash paths, Hunter Russell returned in I934- to head the Illini sprinters with a fourth in the Conferenee meet. fn a dual eon- test against 'flvan the Terriblel' Fuqua. lfunter managed to nose out the Olym- pie star for a first plaee. Winding up his final eampaign among the Illinois ath- letic forces, liussell plans to turn to the einder path in the Stadium to team up with Portman and Hellmieh. thus giv- ing the Orange and Blue an even more formidable dash squad. Faye 183 THEILLIO OF ,f"" SX 'k Y OFIZQX ff' GX ., DU, 0 X f AHITQ7 mf 0 aiiifs'-1 Q' ' ERD, , . Inazf Avi? Zig' zwf. , , , 5'?.ifHa3. ' " , m,1,- . V fy, .WJW , Wai. ., Q, Vik: .Q a .,., mia" r, - 9, V Vw was f 2 M-.:J:'.ff -4' Q V- GH 4.-5 ,'l'-WJ fl: M Q ' i I Y .wax f , EQi?Y:5jfPff"3 ' If Ngrtggrv f- 1 :wi ' ., 1. . 1 M 1 WJQUV ' - 1511" ,Ln-' WQJTE' wi, A, gif ,Q ,4l. D 2'?Y,:Q'7'E , - vagwsgiaf Page 186 Busker Metz Loman Fredenburg Yeaton R. Hotchkin Kowalski Hoeft Kasch Jordan Sabo Siemiantkowski Tewel Sza rabaj ka McCabe Mayer Masek Theoba ld Bisbee Lundgren M. Hotchkin Schustek Wrobke Yule Chervinko Carlson Goldstein Smith Toncoif Frink Finch Risily Pershell Mascot Lewis Lutz Depken PRE-SEASON examination of this yearis prospects for the baseball team of 1934- shows that there are some good men out, poten- tially capable of filling the vacancies caused by the loss of an unusually large number of good men through graduation. The squad appears to indicate that it will develop into a team that will hit as hard and long Varsity Baseball as last year's team, and field and run bases much better. There is plenty of keen competi- tion for both infield and outfield po- sitions by some good versatile men, who are developing rapidly in new positions as well as in those of their own choice. The pitching staff, mostly untried, has good and even brilliant possibilities, yet it appears to be the most uncertain of all the depart- ments. The catching staff has some capable men. It must improve, how- ever, before it measures up to Con- ference competition. aAfQQt,?,.M LUNDGIKEN, Coach Cnnnvmiio, Captain FRINK. Cullffliil-6166! CARLSON, Pitcher if SMITH, Pitcher Llawls, Third Base 6 EAN of the hurlersw will prob- ably be Kip Carlson,s title during the 1934- season, for, with the gradua- tion of Joe Wrobke and Dave Smith, Kip heads the pitching list as Lundy's most veteran hurler. A cool, steady right-hander, Carlson reminds Illinois fans of George Mills of several seasons agog both pitchers seeming to work hardest when the going is the toughest. Kipis masterpiece in 1933 came when he held the Wisconsin nine to three hits and stopped them 7-I. Only the kindness of his heart gave them that run to keep them from a shutout. Kip was also on the mound the day that Illinois battered Chicago into submission. Illinois 14 Ohio State - 4 After serving two years as an appren- tice pitcher, Dave Smith was promoted to a regular berth on the hurling staff. Three of his four victories for the sea- son came in non-conference competition when he turned back Illinois Wesleyan, Ohio University, and Bradley. Curiously enough, Smitty was one of the best hit- ters on the squad, amassing a .429 aver- age though he made only seven trips to the plate. Illinois 9 Wisconsin 0 'Tigures donit lie,', the old copy- books say, and the batting average of Ben Lewis, third-sacker and leadoff man for the Illini in his sophomore year, is the best kind ol evidence for this statement. Ben walked to the plate the most of any Illinois batter and col- lected 211+ sale blows to lead in that department with an average of 480. His work was second only to the slug- ging of Capt. Chervinko. Three hits against Illinois Ivesleyan, four oil Pur- due hurling, six against Ohio, four in the WISCOIISIII doubleheader, and three in the second Purdue contestfthese, in brief, are the highpoints of Benis intro- duction lo Big Ten baseball. 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L 53,1af-f7:,gGfV':,1,E,f-,,:g,j"-- Qligtfw-.352-J:..:2f,:.f-s,N,l:'L:eF7-Q11 1 ' V . - -'-fe-"i,f.'Z, - ?7'..: .f-mt, :11i'.'i:f:--III 'fri' f- - " - 15- Page 187 Pagv 18.14 Nlinnesolu ILLINOIS Miehigan Indiana Iowa . Illinois, . Illinois, , Illinois. . Illinois. . 1 Nl4'Gowcn Iiununler IVZIIIIIIDOICI Adis Illinois Vlvesleyun . . l Ohio Ilniversity , Bradley ,..... Michigan Solfuoxloua NIANAor:Rs Varsity Baseball BIG TEN STANDINGS -2 I .857 Purdue . , . .. .800 Northwestern 2 .Ill XVISCOIISIII . 2 .600 Ohio State . 2 .600 Chicago . , . 1933 BASICIZAIL RECORD Illinois .,... 8 Northwestern , . I2 '7 Illinois ...., I2 Northwestern .... T Illinois, . . I-1 Ohio State . . . . -I Illinois , . 9 Wiseonsill . . 0 Stark Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Quayle ,, 4 3 .571 .. 3 5 .375 .. 3 5 .375 .. 0 5 .000 .. O 8 .000 T Wisconsin .. I I5 Northwestern 2 20 llliicago . 7 I2 Michigan . I 5 Purdue .. 6 FOLGER' Se,,f,,,- A11,,m,!,U,- Boncnicus. .limior Manager MILLS. Junior Mamgef' vglltli x Blsmai-1, Third Base Yum, Shortstop H01-cHK1N, Right Field we dwg .s f' 'Mz1:v':-f.w'm""Twin rs?-LT:.g.fA' ,vera,--iy:1wsg:.-,saemlw'was-gf.ff-yusitilf,-isws: f Q .,3ClfJ'ff'1-fr-117''.1"a5'f'1+n2'.e-'ffl'A-Nu.-we.1'1 fag,-'-'sfo ' fame-:,g:i:'-2f'M 2,16-.ff ,ww-Q ' Wigpwvg. '-it-v1mT1u"f ,'!i:6'..jua. '4,N1isv.,.w.v:sx:'-z,f- for ,1-as l"f'2Jf45vi,.:df-"ivgsj '1-.1 ,fc F ' - ISBEE was a consistent trainer and tried hard to overcome the loss of a semester out of school. Playing against Lewis for the third base position, he was facing keen competition, but handled himself well in the games in which he participated. Illinois 1 5 Northwestern 2 lack Yule was one of the five veter ans on hand when Lundy began to mold his ball club early in the spring of 1933 Although he was given a chance at first base, Yule later moved over to short stop to replace Freddy Kasch and stayed there for a majority of the games Though not one of the leading hitters on the squad, his past experience lent a tone of security to an otherwise green infield. He was lost to the team by grad uation in June. Illinois Wisconsin Miller Hotchkin, although only a sophomore on the team, started out the season with a bang. He played hard in right field but ran into a batting slump that kept him out of the games for the last part of the season. Illinois Chicago Probably the speediest man on the team, Bill Theobald, gained a great deal of prominence through his ability to beat out short infield hits and snag loop ing flies in close center field after thrill ing runs. His good work as an utility performer at second base and center field will be missed in 1934. 'V ' ,H--9131 Lszi'",2,Q?f,-v2SFs"F-r?'fw?'1if,,," 'Q.'?.y,,i-'Q '-lr'-JA ER f :Wvwy . 5-.,.-53'-1-n-.-.glaze..,,gg.::,-,. 'UH 'fr E'-':w'tf' t3r1,2'il?Z ' : ' .?."'e'-fini' . Y1-.LM if -'N .. .V "- V ,vw ,,,,., ,-,.,,,-vw-:w A-.:,5h.:.1-I-:',. 'I1'N',-1-,,, f:..e,.,,,w-,, rg--,a ...W X- ,H-.-. -. I -. weve- M V. ., e -,-., 1 . f1...,.. N-ff , , . -. . s g: A 's.. .wG .f . - zawws Q, 1' 1- .ff .f r 1 " Mg. f fa . 1 ,. ,e r ,J ,rx-0 , s teas, N 5' as-at sfflfefff ' -f 5'hr"'efv+ ww. ff 1: gf w few' K 1, "2 P' sn 'N' s 4 xfbx- H f awsbrmrhwg ,cf-C ,Army-f. Lf -: 'F "' -f Page 189 P t Johnson Smrffent Olsen Galbreath Kent Gryboski Busey Alstrom e ers P . ,, ., , Jordan Duncauson B. Crocombe W, Crocombe Smith Langhorst Ward Anderson Watt Rolla Srebalus Rodi Parker Swikle Niklewicz Berg Thomas Willitts Vaskie Swinn REDDY KASCH at the start of the season was the outstanding sophomore, and his early slugging earned him a place at short stop. He slumped soon after and was re- placed by Jack Yule, but his work throughout the year indicated that he will be a valuable man for Lundy's infield during the next two years. With two hits in the initial Wesleyari game, Freddy was one of the leading batsmen. Page 190 K.xscH, Shortstop Johnny Toncoff was always a catcher until he came into com- petition with Chubby Chervinko. UTonk's77 slugging caused him to be moved into right field last year, and there he blossomed into the third best hitter on the team. ,lohnnyss best work came in the Chicago game when he knocked out three safe blows in five times at bat. His record for the year shows 19 hits in 42 trips to the plate for an average of A52. For three years Jerry Depken served as a utility infielder, and was rewarded with a letter at the conclu- sion of his senior year. Though most of his work came as coacher at third base, on several occasions he broke into Conference games at second base or short stop and performed credit- ably in the time that he was allowed to play. TONCOFF, Right Field l DEPKEN, Third Base McCAuE, Left Field Tewni., Pitcher Wnomm, Pitcher HOUGH a senior in academic standing, Claude uMac,' McCabe was playing his first and last year in college baseball in l933. He turned in a mighty fine job as Varsity left fielder. Gifted with an acute baseball 'csensef' Mac held the admiration of fans and teammates alike for the big league man- ner in which he played the game. His ability to keep his head and act quickly in a tight spot was another reason for his berth in the left Held. Illinois 12 Michigan I Tewel did his part on the pitching staff. Probably one of his drawbacks last season was his lack of experience that the other pitchers had gained. He played in several conference games and conducted himself well. Even though Tewel did not make his letter he has a good chance to come through next season. ,Ioe Wrobke, after defeating Michigan, won his second Big Ten game when Illi- nois halted Purdue, at Lafayette. He also helped smother the Ohio State team as the Iaundymen chalked up their fourth victory in league play. Against the Buck- eyes, the Orange and Blue bats con- nected for I8 blows and Illinois run- ners crossed the plate in every inning but the seventh. Illinois 5 Purdue 6 When Joe Wrobke was named as Lundyis pitcher, the local fans would settle back in their seats and prepare to chuckle at the misfortunes of the op- posing batters, for Joe had that art about his pitching that consistently fooled the man at the plate. He gained five wins in Big Ten games and seven for the season. Only the mental lapses that his mates experienced in the Purdue game kept him from earning eight wins. In that contest he gave only four hits but came out second best. He allowed the Badgers but three hits in the first game of a doubleheader, Northwestern could only get six OH him, and Michigan touched him for five. ft at 'Q ,q. . ,, ': fi fwlfff' '-if' "ff, "'a3a,fi'Q,,'7p' f wffm 1-1:-.J-L.'.1-.".,4t1 , , , , .1.,,Ff'.':l-5,1 rl"-fi 'if'-h,':T5,1Af2:"ls,.-'-tc'll--,f-:iw H., ' W WW? Wi .. ff-ci' -" aI1.S2E,w?':iw.cQt2751?s'+'i9e1e?iw1f'fHf5G6?Zti'wIrel .f,-"f4fffE--. tw 'T,Sf',51a.tnvwbQ-f 5, 'mam .itw na-nm img,-asfgq4gq1Qi?vH?1z"-f-Zgesffie 'W' I' , 'MET' - iSs5':ff'w52f!'tr'fW?5g-253: f f za vlan. Page 1.91 THE ILLIO UF 'Q x lf' z!7X SKY OF X Q27 ,gina 1 9 3 4 E ., 6132- g.,f,n.igz,"19 1 :E-' 3515-51 ' fy fgae 2-f f',f1v-fx :t V2 ' HX A ,SW ' X, Ak Qk R39 V Q rn 'Q Xxx ERLV ,A -A' OTHER VARSITY SPOR Wil- Varsity Wrestling INNING five Conference dual meets while losing one and tying one, Coach "Hekw Kenney's Illini wrestling team finished second in the 1933-34 Big Ten mat race, behind Indiana. Three Varsity grapplers, Peter Pakutinsky, Blaine Adams, and Bar- ney Cosneck, won Conference individual titles. Pakutinsky, a IIS pounder, and Adams, a 126 pounder, were sophomores. Cosneck, a senior, wrestled in the heavyweight division. To start the season, Coach Kenney had but two lettermen, Cosneck and Ted Frederick. Inexperienced upper-classmen and sophomores were given the usual challenge matches for Varsity berths to complete the team. The Illini took a three-match Eastern tour covering almost 3,000 miles between the first and second semesters of the academic year. On the trip, the Illini won two and lost one match, defeating Ohio State and West Virginia, and losing to Lehigh. The final match of the season, that with Indiana in the New Gym, drew 3,000 fans, the largest number ever to witness an Illini wrestling match. The Varsity team, however, suffered its first defeat, for the Champion Hoosiers administered a 20-6 heating to the Kenneymen. X .i Cossiicx, Captain Ki-:N NEY, Coach Cosneck Minsker Sutton Rosanrler Dahl Andrews Galbreath Kennev Carpenter Houghton Pakutinsky Frederick Adams Ledbetter Page 194 HINES, Captain MANLEY, Cowch Varsity Swimming HE 193-1 swimming squad, although severely handicapped by the loss of Captain Norm Hines, turned in a most credible performance against some of the best teams that the Conference has developed in the last several years. In the first dual meet, Coach lVIanley,s men over- whelmed Chicago, taking first in all but two events. On the following week-end, Illinois traveled to Iowa and suffered the Hrst defeat of the season. Making a strong comeback, the Illini administered a severe drubbing to Cincinnati U., in the only non-conference meet of the season. Illinois won all eight events, establishing five new tank records in the Cincinnati pool. Michigan's championship team opened the home season for Illinois and rneted out the second conference defeat to the Orange and Blue. In the final home meet, the Illini avenged several Northwestern defeats of previous years. In the conference meet at Iowa, Flachmann won a permanent place in Swimming's Hall of Fame, winning the championships in the 50, 100 and 220-yard crawl events-setting a new conference record of 24 sec- onds flat in the 50. As a result, Illinois placed fourth in the meet with fifteen points, Michigan again winning the Conference title. Kearns Dalrymple Hatch Larson Jones Manley Flachmann VanTuin Hines Hewitt Jansen Page 195 g Varsity Fencing HE fencing team, defending its Championship and striving for its Sixth Consecutive Title, started its season with only two veterans. Co-Captain Ralph Epstein and Harry Stern were the only two returning lettermen. The others, Freddie Fredrickson, Silverman, Vez Hartz, Milford Benham, Owen Reamer, and Carl Grahl were all new to the squad. After losing a close meet to the St. Louis Fencers Club, the Illini met Wis- consin and Purdue in a triangular meet. Here, due to the fine work of Epstein and Hartz, the team defeated both of its opponents, Purdue and Wisconsin. On February 24 the team beat Notre Dame and Washington University in another triangular meet. Hartz and Epstein were again the mainstays of the team, winning all their bouts. l Leaving the home floor and meet- ing Northwestern and Chicago, the Illini were beaten by close margins, 9 to 8 at Northwestern and I0 to 7 at Chicago. Captain Epstein retained his Con- ference foils championship for the third consecutive year. Team honors went to the University of Chicago with Illinois falling into second place. An excellent freshman squad and the loss of only two veterans should enable the Illini to be back in the , running for the championship next CRAIG, Coach year. 9 Q J i Fredrickson Stern Epstein Pierson Reamer Hartz Craig Silverman EPSTEIN, Co-Captain STERN. Co-Captain Benham Grahl Page 196 ANnr:nsoN, Captain Pmci-3, Couch Varsity Soccer RECORD of five victories, two defeats, and a tie in a stiff eight game schedule will serve to put the 1933 Illinois booters on the sporting annals, but the remarkable feat of traveling some 3,000 miles at their own expense stole the spotlight for the season. Coach Hartley Price was faced with a difficult problem when he started to weld the parts left over from his previous yearis machine with some new men. The Illini met and defeated Wisconsin 1-0 during the Homecoming activities at Champaign. Playing a return game at Madison the following Saturday, the booters made the margin even more decisive by coming home on the long end of a 4-0 score. Back on their home field for the next game, the soccermen had an easy time defeating George Williams, of Chicago, 3-0. In what was perhaps the hardest fought game of the entire season, Illinois, battled the highly touted Maccabees Soccer Club of Chicago to a I-1 tie. A goal by Captain Bibbs Anderson late in the second half knotted the count and because the Chicagoans were scheduled to play an amateur league game the following day, there was no overtime period. To conclude their schedule, the team took two lengthy trips into Ohio and Pennsylvania. The Easterners proved too strong for the travel-weary Illini and won easily. The season's finale resulted in a victory for the Orange and Blue over Oberlin in a game played at Fre- mont, Ohio, by a score of 3-2. At the annual soccer banquet, Phil Cohn, star fullback during the season, was elected to lead the 1934 eleven. 1. sit: af :QQ-2 - Xllyn Carlin Jackson Priddle Strzcpek Florio McMahon Hayes Sclizu-litinziii Price Staggs Forsberg Pflziger Anderson Cohn Morse Ruinaina Fetherston Page 197 Varsity Gymnastics APTAINED by Ricardo Torres, the lllini gymnasts had a creditable season. Even though much of the outstanding talent was lost through ineligibility, the Pricemen Finished third in the Conference meet at Chicago. It was due chiefly to the outstanding performances of Capt. Torres that the Illini were able to triumph in most of their early meets. In the Big Ten meet held at Chicago he led the lllini contingent by taking three fourth places on the horizontal bars, parallel bars, rings, and side horse. Harry Temple and Bud Jennings were also outstanding in their tumbling performances throughout the year, as evidenced by their sec- ond and fourth places respectively in the same meet. The Pricemen ended the season with a total of five victories and three defeats, winning from Iowa and George Williams College twice, and once from Nebraska, while losing to Minnesota and the championship University of Chicago team. The season was not Without a bright spot, however. Many times when defeat seemed certain, the tumbling trio of Temple, Jennings, and Fisher came through, taking all three places to assure victory. The brunt of the work fell upon Torres, Waymen, Sader, Jennings, Temple, and Fisher, who were outstanding throughout the season. 'l'onnns, Captain Pmcn. Coach if .., .,,,yg... Price Temple Sader Torres Wayman Fisher Jennings Pay H lCVVI'l"l', Captain Varsity Water Polo LLINOIS was again a strong contender for the championship in water polo, but Coach lVIanley's string of victories was snapped by a defeat in the first game of the season, by Chicago, winner of the Confer- ence title. This was the only defeat of the season, lllinois winning the remaining three games. At Iowa, on the following week-end, the team played an improved game and Won by a wide margin. In the two home games, Michigan and Northwestern were both defeated with ease. The defeat of Northwestern at the hands of the Illini was the Wildcatls only defeat during the season and gave Chicago an undisputed champion- ship. The marked improvement of Capt. Hewitt over the last season came to a fitting climax in this final game when he scored all of the lllini's points. Throughout the entire season, the scoring punch of Captain Hewitt, the defensive play of Dutch VanTuin, and the stellar goal tending of Foss Bennett were outstanding. Flachmann and Crosby used their speed to great advantage in obtaining possession of the ball in the race for the tip--ofi. Though these men were outstanding in their performances, the team was not one of individual stars, but was a rather well-balanced group that depended upon team work to win its games. Kearns Starrett Hatch Bennett Larson G Manley Van'l'uin Flachmann Hewitt Dalrymple Hines Page 199 Page 200 Varsity Golf OACH MARTIN'S 1933 golf team entered upon its schedule faced with the loss through graduation of the four members of the 1932 team, and with the further handicap of having but two players of any experience upon the squad. The Illini opened their dual meet season on May 3 at Indiana, where Lyle Hoffman turned in the low score for the day in disposing of Harrell, No. 1 man of the Hoosier squad. Against Northwestern the Varsity staged an afternoon comeback in the single matches to gain a 9 to 9 tie after having trailed 4 to 2 in the morning. While Hoffman and Baker were scoring individual victories, Smock and 0,Neal recovered on the incoming nine to effect the tie. Journeying to Purdue May 12, the Illini registered their first victory 10ito 3, with Baker and Hoffman sharing low scoring honors for the day. Baker and Pray were victorious in the morning doubles, while Pray added the third singles triumph in the afternoon. At the conference meet at Northwestern, Michigan successfully de- fended its team title, the Illini taking sixth place. Lyle Hoffman was low man for the Illini, followed closely by Baker, while Crunewald and O7Neal trailed. K 551,52 BAKER, Captain. RENWIUK, Cf11u'IL Hoffman Smock Pray 0'Nea1 Grunewald HANIDS, Cupiuin GrELXVICK, Coach Varsity Tennis HE 1933 season found Coach Gelwick's team sharing the Confer- ence dual meet championship with Chicago and Minnesota by virtue of an undefeated record. With Bailee, Arden Crawford, and Fred Hands returning to form a veteran nucleus for the squad, Norm Siegel and Aubrey Cookman to complete the team. The netmen took pre-season training trips to Topeka and Lexington. The late spring forced the home matches to be played on the cement Library courts, but this disadvantage did not prevent the Varsity netters from trouncing Purdue and Northwestern on unfamiliar clay courts away from home. They also defeated Iowa and tied with the strong Chicago team when a persistent shower prevented play from continuing. Clyde Bailee played consistently good singles in the difficult number one position against the best in the Conference, and his steadying influ- ence, along with the hard hitting of newcomer Norm Siegel, made the first doubles team a potent factor in the team victories. Arden Crawford, a senior letterman, steadied his game down after a season of collegiate competition and won in impressive style against his Purdue and lowa foes. Captain-Elect Fred Hands, a finalist in the Big Ten doubles champion- ship last season, and Aubrey Cookman, a letterman who showed great improvement in his first season of Conference play, will be back for more action next year. 1 iv ,yzyy gi f if Crawford Ba ilee fi --.. - V i, . . I R gig .r M . . 5. .kgwigay t a i. l ' 11- ilt- I .isffc isf Gelwick Cookmn n Hands V Page 201 HE ILLIO OF fca YGFIK-X K wx VIQIXX -gi XQFXX'-A? 5 Q34 XZ' 1 9 3 4 ,, W if , q2i.yXkK,s1'!2Ld5e QLPQK t iz DU f+- 232 - jg of XX an Q -X x INTRAMURAL Intramural ITH Director Edwin J. Manley and Senior Manager George A. Horch managing the activities of the lntraniural department. assisted by two junior managers and a stall of sophomores, the Uni- versity has maintained a successful year of inter-student activity. To make the participation more interesting and get a larger numlier out for each activity, the custom of giving cups and trophies was con- tinued. The huge Participation Trophy was oflered as an incentiye to get Fraternities to send out teams, and on the basis of the most points was presented to Tau Kappa lfpsilon. The trophy is kept for only one year and then passed on. unless it is won three years in succession. The task of compiling the points and of managing all the events falls upon the junior and sophomore managers. lt is their duty to get lfra- ternities to compete and to see that fair play prevails in the events at all times. ll',ORKiI'I A. HlblKl'll Senior Illrmrzglw EDXVI N J. :WAN 1.1-Qi 1l1'l'l'I'fIll' Rim DURING IN'rr:,nn'iui. C,uxNIv.u. Page Q04 EINYIN I.. BUYNTIIN Junior jlanager J.uII:s B. Rl7Sll0ROL'GH Junior Manager BAsIeI:'I'IsALL, "A" DIVISION BAsI4I:'I'ImI.I., "B" DIVISION . FI-II:I-2 'l'IIROw . . . SWIIIIIINQ . . . TIIAIZIQ .... BASEIIALL, ALI,-UNIV!-J'l'SITY. BASI-lI5AI.I., INImI:PI3NImI1NT . GOLF .... lIOIcsI2sIIOI:s, INIJIVIIIIIAI. HORSESIIOES, DoL'III,I-gs TENNIS, SINLLIZS . . TENNIS, DUITIILES FEMQINI: . . . IIANIIIIALI., SI NILLES l'I1wIa-IRIN: . . CoI.I-', INIJIVIIIIAI. WATER Pour SOCIZILII . . 'l'URI4I1Y RI'N . GOLF, INDIVIIIVAI. . GOLF, TEAM . . . VoI.I.I:Y BALI., ACIIVI: . VoI,I.I:v BALI., PIII-IDGI-1. 'l'IIAI1IQ . . . IILAYIQIIIILND BALI. TENNIS, SINI:I.Igs . TENNIS, D0I:I:I.Es PLAYIQIIHITNII BALI.. PING-PONG . . BASIQ ILTIIALI., A I,I.-UN IvI:RsI'I'Y Intramural CHAMPIONSHIPS SPRING, 1933 CHAMPIONSHIPS FALI., 1933 . . Raclfateers . Phi Della Theta . . Theta Xi . Phi Delta Theta . Beta Kappa . Beta Thvla Pi . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Flashes . . . Della Chi . . . Smith Saunders and Stewart . . Kinnaman Kinnanzan and Hozlgas . . Horowitz Dykstra . Dorman . BfJli'Il1flH . . Theta Xi . . Della Chi . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Glover Uvlta Kappa Epsilon . . Della Chi . Phi Epsilon Pi . Kappa Sl'g771ll . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Mclninich Cameron and ll"rI'ght . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Dietz Altorfcr Taylor Kearns Teufert BieIn:III OIHCFII Roos Hallberg Pago 005 ' N .-llmre-'l'I1eta Xi look first place with their MB" team in Basketball. Right- Horowitz won the fencing chainpionship. Intramural Below- The Alpha fiilflllllil Rho teuxn won last Spring! truck meet. Page Q06 .-llmz'e-'l'l1e Delta lllii Sox'- ver team booted its way to success. Champions Imflflylni lfpsilon l'i were Ilie Piilyglflllllld lmll Vhaina pious. livlozv -- Saunders and Stewart were the Cham- pion horse-shoe doubles pitvhers. -lfmlv-V-'l'l1e lrig--hole -tart tllv XVi1lklIlQl 1'1f'v. Riglzlfllln llulu' tukvs hw gall for :1 su-ull. II1ll'ElIHllI'Ell fiv' al. .llwzvl 'l'ln- nwn r-Xt:-ml their l1IllHt'lk'S for tln- final push. Carnival alum' Who! ulrzlid ol tlw lug bull wall! Imjt -- N1-4-ll Llllytlllllgl IIl1'llllf!ll? Hvluzr- X prizv lmut at the 1'z11'11ivul: 1Ihibuf'ns I an k C llis tllirml tixll-. ,fill Y t Page 208 f-"""'. lnterscholastic ITH Rockford winning the 39th Annual lnter- scholastic' Track and Field Meet, the three year rule of Oak Park Prep athletes was broken. Fifty-eight schools were represented in the finals as a trio of state records were broken. Blaine and Yvayne Hideout, twin brothers of Tuscola High S c h o o l, smashed the niile and half- niile marks, while Lowell rx Q Track Spurgeon, Cc-ntralia, estab- lished a new record in the high jump. Blaine liideout Hnished seventy yards ahead of the rest of the field to shatter the former mark by .4 of a sec- ond with a time of 4:25.2. Wayne Hideout far outran the rest of the half-niilers to set a new record of 1:59.11-. Spurgeon leaped 6 feet, 5 inches to break the existing record of 6 feet, 3545 inches. fr K' C If , ,Z si' , TT fx 1 110 L. . . A 1, :iff 's 'gf ax i ' 1 1 ,f I L . f l t lntersehfdastuf ICFORE a caparity erowcl ol -1000. the largest erowll ever to witness an lllinois Big- 'lop lJEI'l0l'lllllIll'E'. the twenty- sixth annual eireus went across the hoarcls at the Arnnory. May 20. l933. 'llhe eireus kept its entire auclienee alert from the tinie of the "Grand lintryu to the final g'Slifle for Life" three hours later. There was applause when Alpha Kappa Lainhzla hroughl in the shoes of Father Time. a re-forestation army. a tall stein of beer, and a shiny silver dole lar in the 'glllareh of Tune" aet that won the fraternitx trophx. Chrous The -1-U00 speetators gasped when Bolm Caclle, lnig ten tuni- lmling ehznnpion clitl his eart- wheels and hanclsprings and when ,loe llehor. Rig Ten Vllillll- pion on the high har. swung: through thirteen graceful swings. as the three hunflretl pieee band played "Kiss Me 'xgjillllv anrl the venclors loudly arlvertisecl their lvalloons. pea- nuts. antl iee erealn liars. Good nalured sh outs of "l"al4e" ealne from the erowcl as a dunnny sailed clown ninety feel from the roof of the Arni- ory in the sensational L'Slide lor Life.. that enclecl the pro- grain. ,, 4 W ' g r v - ' Q, 5, 1 fn, Q' rn O P IL O O -I -I 1 HI I I' ei U F., I . EDITH Hx-LINZELMAN Recording Secretary Page 212 Tyrell Russell ALMA H. FRESE President Oman's League OFFICERS ALMA H. FRESE . . . President NIILDRED STENGL . . . Vice'President ELIZABETH H. SCHICHT . . Financial Secretary EDITH HEINZELBIAN . . Recording Secretary SARAH J. FULTON . . . Senior Representice HARRIET V. BRADBURY . Junior Representative lIOINIMITTEE CHAIRMEN DORO'1'm' A. STANDARD . . . . Ilornecorning MARY C. HENLEY . . . . Dads Day ROBERTA M. THURNAU . . . Mothers Day HEDv1c LENQ: .... . . Social DOROTHY N. TYRELL . . Elections ELIZABETH H. SCHICHT Finance Secretary Cox Standard Elkes C. Smith Cody Burnham NIILDRICD S1'l4:NGl. Vice-President 9 oman S League JUNIOR COUNCIL HI:I.I1N RVSSELI. . . Campus Sister XIAHY C. SIIITII . .... Cahi Feathvrs VIRGINIA M. HILI. . Orange and Blue Feathers H051-LIIAIIY C0X.Fr1-shnzan Ehtlllfllfl-011 anzILoya11y XTIRUINIA E. RILIQII . . Vorational Guidance RIZIQINA E. E!.KI3s ....... Finance DoIIo'I'IIY BI. REIm:IIAIIn'I' . . Posters f1A'l'IlliRINI-I E. SxII'1'II . . . Hislarian P4'l"Iil BUHNIIAII . . . . . Citizenship CI:NI:vIEx'I-2 ANDERSIIN . All-Ur11'I'vrsity Parties l-'RAm.I3s E. EI.Fs'I'IuNII ..... Church KIAIIY C. CODY ..., . Social 5 CIIAIII,o'I'TI: C. ANIII-1IIsoN . . Social S.m.xI-I J. FUI:mN Smlior I'fE1Jl'6SC?1fllflL'B H.ARRIET V. BRADBURY Junior Rf'1II'4'SC1lfGfil'9 Reichardt M. Smith Elfstraud Ref-II C. Anderson G. Anderson Hill Lenc Pay C9 DOROTHY M. NORMANDIN BETTY W. PROVINE . . YYONNE L. EVANS . DORIS E. CURRAN . FREIDA H. SKARTVEDT. BETTY A. EDMUNDS IHIELEN R. BOSLEY BETTY W. PROVINE. BIARY L. BOWEN . BARBARA J. HARRIS . E. ROSEMARY Cox . XYIRGINIA F. SANDIIERO . XYYONNE L. EVANS . BIARIE D. FRANK . VIRGINIA SOLOMON . DOROTHY P. BIRKETT . HAZEI. M. HOYLE . ICATIIERINE U. FILSON . SALLY A. PATTERSON . EDITII LYTLE . . FRANCES L. NIASIOKIIS Y. W. C. . OFFICERS CABINET MEMBERS . President Vice-President . . Secretary . CerI6r1llSeCreta1'y . Transfer Group . Industrial Projects Books mul 11l'lll7Iilli4'S Cllllfflllllll, Fresllrnun Learlers . Fl'U5lll!1lllI Leader . F'l'C.Sf1lIlHllLCUlii'I' FI't'SllHlIlII Leallvr . . 11011811014- ljllfllffllllll. Girl Reserves . Girl Reserves . . . Hosless All UrIi1'f'rsiIy Svrricc . RI'c'upl1'1n1 . Inter-ravirll . Snf'1'ulSI'r1'iI'c . FOFLUIIS . Treasurer DOROTI-IY M. NORMANDIN President DORIS E. CFHRAN llrfmfrrll Sl'f'l't'fIlI'!l Zeiter NValliI1g Bosley Harris Cox Liljequist Knipp Bi rkett Scott Koehler Masiokus Nlffxyilllgh Solomon Helander Popp Samisch Frank Page 214 BETTY YV. PRDVINI'-I Vive-l'resident XYVONNE L. EVANS RLWIFH A. LYDDUN SHIRLEY L. BIOORMAN :MARY .l. CHANDLER . JEAN E. KQEHLRR . XIARII-I L. WALLING FAYE E. 'l'0u1As . CuRNE1.1A BURCE. ELI-LANOR J. N111-ILKE FRANCES M. PATTON . Bl-IRNICI-Q E. Pom' . f:llARLO'l"l'l-l A. CARLSON ,I RANNET11: I. LILJEQUIST BARBARA M. KN1PP . C. NIARGARET Scorr l,AUl.A ZEIHLR . . M. Mums RICVAUGH . KA'r11ER1Nr1 U. FI l,soN T W . J..i CABINET MEMBERS Membership . . Social Freshman Leader . Freshman Leader Freshman Leader . Girl Reserves Girl Reserves . Girl Reserves Girl Reserves . Girl Reserves Girl Reserves . Girl Reserves . . Girl Reserves All-Association Meetings . International Forums International Forums . Philosophy of Life COUNCIL MEMBERS AT LARGE 31.-KRY C. Conv BERTHA A. HELANDER Secretary ELLMA M. FRANTZ FREDERICKA F. SAMISCH 'Q Sknrtvedt Edmunds Chandler Lytle Patterson Frantz Bowen Sandberg Cody Hoyle Filson Mielke Lyddon Moornmn Patton Burge T0hlilS Carlson Page 215 LOUISE WORLEY . DOROTHY J. PLIJNKETI' JANET A. BROWN ZLTA H. SPRADLUNO. DOROTHY M. CRUISE . HELEN L. RUSSELL . EDA KOSEL LAURA HUELSTER . LOUISE FREER 4 .A. A. OFFICERS . Presizlenl Vice-Presiflwlzt . Seen-fury Treasurvr . Inter-Sport lllunagvr lntw'-House Mamzgvr Ilzfliliflufll Sporls Mlll1llgl'I' . Aflrisor . Head of Deparlnzvnt of PlIj'.Yf!'IlI EtlUt'llll.1lI1 for W'or111'n W. A. A. All-HIISERS 1.oI'IsE VVORLEY Prvsiriefzzf JANET A. Buowx Secretary ' Worley Russell Dawson Waldorf Scott lnwrcnce Nejtll Spradling: Louden Manshcrger Mohn Tobias JOSt Kerch Lcyde llillltilll JL-skc Burgc Recws Tuttle Lempke Cruise Bond Roberts Hohenndel Marsh Shaw Stage Lcwy Bawlunan Alllllll' Plunkett Gam ML-ivr Koscl Look Page 216 Donu1'HY J. PLUN Kl'l'l"l' Vi1'c-Presidenl ADVISO HY BO A RD ELIZABETH J. CAA . Hockey Elll,3lA M. FRANTZ . . Soccer l'lVELYN E. BACHTNIAN . Tennis DOROTHY M. HAUTAL' . . Basketball DAISY V. Nmm. . Volleyball B.-xlu:ARA KRRCH . Swimming ClIARLO'l"1'H ll. 'llL'TTI.l-1 Appamius lxlll,DRED J. KAUYK . . . . . Bowling GRACE MEIER . . Ping Pong. Deck Tennis, Handball BIARY 0. Buck . . Archery Eu-:ANOR E. STEGE . Hiking KIARJORIE I. l,m1PKE . Baseball Zrm II. Svmnuxn Treasurer ADVISORY BOARD Bushman Nefcll Hnutnu Kercll Tuttle Lcmpke Meier U-11:1 Plunkett Cruise Russell XVOrley Sprzulliug Kosel Page 217 Telegraphic Swimming Team ARY CADY, '36, winning three first places with a total of 23 points, won first honors in the University meet of the National Intercollegiate Telegraphic swimming meet. Second honors were accorded to Genevieve Abrams, '35, with 18 points. ESTHER FLEEMAN Jlamrger Results of the meet were as follows: 4-0 Yd. Crawl-23.9 1st-G. Abrams 2nd-B. Cutter 40 Yd. Backcrawl-28.8 1st-M. Cady 2nd-R. Weakly 40 Yd. Breast Stroke-35.6 lst-M. Cady 2nd-G. Anderson 100 Yd. Crawl-1:14.41 lst-C. Abrams 2nd-M. Stanton 100 Yd. Breast Stroke-1:42.2 1st-G. Anderson 2nd-G. Walsh 100 Yd. Backcrawl-1:27.2 lst-M. Cady MARION P. STANTON BARBARA Klzncl-I Captain 2nd1M' Stanton National Chairman Nixon Smith McHale Cady Parks Abrams Kerch Cutter Weakly Poirot Stan'nn Walsh Anderson Brown Page 218 MARY' V. CAm' President BIARTHA H. Rcsu Trrffrsurer Terrapin OFFICERS INIARY V. CADY . . .... . President El.lZAllE'l'll D. INIERRIAYNI . . . . . Vice-President AIARTIIA H. Rl'SK .... , Trea5urgr MEMBERS IN FACULTY ANGELA M. KITZINILER, A. Nl. ANN A. SMITH, A. M. HONORARY MEMBER LOITISI3 FREER, A.M. MAJOR TERRAPIN INIOILENE BIZLTON CHRISTINE BIIcHHOI.z NIARY V. CADY JULIE J. BICHALE ELIZABETH D. MERRIABI E1'III:L M. SCOTLAND FLORENCE R. WHYTI: LENA S. ZIMMERIIIAN MINOR TERBAPIN GENEVIEVE M. AIIRAMS .IANIQ CHII.r:O'I'T BARBARA Cl"l'TER LOIS E. DAv1s ESTIIIQR FI.I:mIAN LUCILLIQ E. .I0s'I' SAI.I.II: KEl.l.Ei' AI.II:Ig M. KNUTZ LOIINA B. LOOK REI:I:ccA A. LYDY R. ELINOIII: NIXON JEAN E. PARKS H. ELIZAIIILTII PLATT BIAKTIIA H. RUSH NIAIIION P. STANTON IXIARG.-XRli'l' B. THII-II. RIf'l'll WE.AKl.Y ELIz.Im:TH D. AIERRIAM Vice-President Cutter Fleenmn Kelley .lost W Look Platt Nixon Abrams Knutz Thiel Lyrly Stanton Belton Rusk Cady Buchhulz Smith Merriam Chilcott Page 219 '4Hit The Deck" Pug 0 2120 FILM A. Knut PI'0fIllI'ffI1I1 Jlmmyfer r SARAH J. FULTON . . General Chairman EISA A. KKTCH . . . Production Manager DUHOTHY A. STANDARD . Business Manager l,l0IWNlI'l"l'EE CH AIRM ICN I.onRA1Ni1Si'1NNi:R . I-I. Rosiwum' Cox . .liz-xN E. Koi-:Hum . TWARY li. 'N1A'ri11As . Gi:NEv1Ex'i3 ANDERSON REGINA E. ELKES . BARBARA P. BISQIIIUFF Hl"I'lI E. Rimini. . IIAHRIH1' Y. BRAIHRURY EI,IZAIiE'IilI J. GAA . ISAIZEL DfxNi.EY . . Dance Costumes . ,Music SCCIICTQ' iwalfvup Program Repnrls PlLl1II.t'fIj' Tiflwfs lfslzvrs Properly SARAH J. FUi.'roN General Chairman Duiwruv A. S'r.xNn.xrm Business Manager Cox Riegcl Bischoff Koehler Anderson Elkes 'Q 1. i ,, f ' Q . -,-43 ,211 g Danlcy Spinner 179' Bradbury Mathias MIl.IlREll STENGL President GIsIzAI,nINE WVILLIAMS Secretary Voigt Frantz 0111211173 Group System RIILDRED STI-INCL . GEIIALDINE WILLIAMS LI: VONA NYOIGT . ELLMA M. FIIANTZ ELIZAIIETH STRADER NIARY A. MCINTYRI: NIYRA E. WHITFORIJ III-:LEN OSTERIIUR DUROTIIY TYIIRELI. OFFICERS President . . Secretary . Soczkil Chairman Athletic Chairman . Music Chairman Extension Chairman . Poster Chairman Scrapbook Chairman . Awards Chairman EXECUTIVE COUNCIL CATHERINE R. DAVIS ELLNIA M. FRANTZ FRANCES M. GOURLEY ANN M. 0,DONNELL FRIEDA H. SKARTVEDT FAYE E. TOBIAS Tyrrell Osterbur McIntyre Strader Skartvedt Whitford Tobias Gourley Page 291 Page 222 Gold Feathers COUNCIL DIILDRED CORNEL1155 .... HEI.EN RUSSELL COMMITTEE CHAIRKIEN First Semester ARLYNE REI-IVES . . AMY T. PLOCHMAN AILLIA M. LAKE . . ARLYNI-L REI-LVES . . LOTS DAx'ls . . . DOROTHY G. TAYLO NIARIANNE P1-'EFFER HELEN C. XWIIITNI-LY ELEANOR J. DIIELKE DIARY C. SMITH phuf,-,,.,,,, NIILDRED .-X. FISHER DOROTHY G. TAYLOR. DIARY J. COURTRTOHT LLCILE K. SCHVESSLER LYDA M. ARMSTRONG. Second R . Pfeffer A rm strong W. A. A. Representu!1'l'e Finance Represerzlutire Y. W'.C.A. Repreeenlatire . Social Representative . . . .Memberslzip Representative Program Represerzlutire Pulllicfty Represen tutive Semester ll . A. A. Repre.wrzlafiz'e Firzanfre Represerxlatire Y.W'.C.A. Reprexcrzfulire . Sofia! Representative . . . Men1ber.sl1ip Represenlulilre Program Represer1Iat1'1'6 PHI1II'L'l.lj' Represerzlczlire NIILDIUGD CoRNEL1Us HELEN Rl'ssE1.1. 'H Lake Davis Mielke Taylor Schuesiler Fisher Courtright Reeves Plochman NIARY J. COUli'l'RIGHT A N N A VERY . f Cogdal P1ll'k0l' Bull Lewis Orange and Blue Feathers COUNCIL NIARY J. COURTRICHT ANN AVERY IXIARY A. RICINTYRE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN First Somcsfer M. EI.1zA1xr1'rH FRIEND . GEORGIAILR BULL , CLARAIH-II,I.l-I NICKINLAY V1v1AN Jo11NsoN . . RVTII E. COCDAL . Second S IsABm,l.r3 CRANE . . . CLENEYIHVI-L C. LEWIS . . . Social . . Finance . Publicity . Programs . fWen1bUrslrip PIII esler . . . . .Social . . Finance DORUTIIY H. PARKER . Publicity JANE SRMIAN . . . . Programs AIARGARHI' SCOTT . . . Memlacrslzip Q M' -5. 8 f , ,, I , . W M. ' .39 i H' fy. I . - 3 ESQ VF? .lnhnson Mclutyre Se lm ul Sc-ott 5IcKinlay lf rlend Fr me Major IA INIARY O. BLACK DOROTHY A. HAlf'l'AU D0ll0'l'llY .l. PLIINKETT JANET A. BROWN BARBARA KERCII HELEN I.. RUSSELL BEULAII A. GREEN DORIS A. All-INEELY HIS year Wi. A. A. sponsored a change in its system of awards. Instead of earning points, Wi. A. A. members now earn credit in sport seasons. Participation in twelve sport seasons is required to win a Major IA. This means that no girl can earn this award before the end of her junior year. The year is divided into four sport seasons. The association sponsors hockey, soccer, and tennis during the first season which terminates with Thanksgiving vacation, and basketball, volleyball, and ping pong occupy the rest of the semester. The second semester opens with swimming, apparatus, and the individual sports of handball and tenikoit. Baseball, tennis, archery, and golf occupy the last sport season. Page 224 Plunkett Hautau Russell Brown Black . A. umerals l.1:A11A.A11,1n ICH-:l.YN IC. Bm IIXI.-KN 1iA'I'Hl-IRINE A, lil.lN'K ,l.-xN11'1' NI. Bmw f1llltNELIA Bl'litlIi Inman. DxN1.13Y Nl.xl1,1oR11i R. l'iIl'tI+fl.SDt,HiRFliR llicuiu Ii. F1511 I',l.IZtHl'I'lII J. GAA ICI.:-ixmui HOEHN lim KUSEI. Niwxii l,.I,1:vnr Klclsicm 41.1 A. LYUY DUIIHIWIY E. M0115 Xl un' N. PRICE K,1'111l,1-:EN M. RAM A11l.1'N1-3 I,. Rigigwis 0111111-1 A. Hu1:L11'l'5 F11.-xxtzias Nl. Stzurr Kixrliicvx ,l, SHAW NI1l.1mr:n 11, SPIESNIAX H111 xx 1 111 IC. S'l'IECE tl111111.t1'1"11-1 Il. 'l1111.1 mm V11 Fl.n1uc'l"1'12 Nl.W1t1ss A. A. xoted to discard the Minor IA 2lXYil1'd and to substitute ill its plave 1-lass num ' girl re4'eixingr Credit for six sport Seasons is awarded her numerals. eruls. so that any 111 previuus years, ehampimiship teams in the xarious sports 1't-eeived Ill1IIll'l'illS. but now there are only two awards given by W. A. A.Athe Major IA. and the nuriierals. A IIIPIIIITPI' of XY. A. A. 4-an reveive Credit for only one sport i11 each seusmi. and to earn fum' spurt sea- sons' 1-redit in one year. she must participate in une sport in eaeh of the four seasmis. Itnherts Reeves I-'ish Bond Leyhe Price Shaw Eiclnelsrloerfnr Stege Page 225 P up !!U I.. SIIIXIOI' I':11'kiI1sO11 G. Snyricr Louise IIIII-k111z111I1 Luis II:1uk111:11111 Pope G. Lewis Harris Russvll DOIIIII Jervis Munns Millevillc' Perkins Kimitzlc Ingzzills I'OwI-ll l'z11'lsOI1 lk-yi-1' Wx-stn-1'lwI-k DUIISUUIIID Ii. Lewis :Xl'lIUIlI Bogcr Hartley 'l'yI'1'ell f'OI'11cliIIs. Eisclc I"1':111tz Ii:111clOlpI1 Mc-Ginty I"0!'2lISOI1 BICIIltIl'C Ah1':11I1Q Espevik lk-ilc l'1'Oss Stix-111111111 f'0ll CO11:1w:1y AIVAIEIIIUII Si1':111rl I'2ll'llll'IY SIIIIIIIIOIIS NVIlYtf0I'II 'IIIIUIIIDSUII Ustcrhui' lflckcrt liaiya-s bil uh r GENEVII-IVE M. AIIIKANIS NOLA E. ARNO1.11 EvE1.YN E. BACIIMAN AIAIIJURII-I M. BAssE'1"I' EMILY I.. BE1.s11Aw FRANCES E. BE'1'1iA F1.ORENI:E J. BOE DIARY C. BOIQER CIlARl.0'l"I'I-L A. IIAIILSUN IRNIA I.. COLE IIELI-JN E. CIONAWAY MAIIELINE IIORII M11.11RE1m IIORNE1.11:s AIARJURIE B. CROSS ZE1.A1A V. IIIJNNINIQIIAM Es'1'I1ER IJAYEY IIA'l'iIERlNI-1 R. IJAYIS R1"1'11 A. DAx1s CATIIEIIINI: E. DOLAN Ex'E1.YN D1'NsI:Ox1R EVELYN E. Em:R11R'1' RACIIEI. E. AUSTIN I'IARIIIE'i"l' I.. BAIIIiE'I"1I DEI.111I1A P. Bious TIIEA A. BIFI-IR M. LENORA Dlx KARLEEN M. DYm11:s VT eolia, tlanta, Corina, Ihalmus MEMBERS IN E1.1zA11E'1'11 M. EIsE1.E ANNA 0. Es1'Ev1K DORIS G. FERGUSON BERN11:11 F1-ZRRAND E1.1.1wIA M. FRANTZ lL1.AuYs GEYER AN1'1'A GOSIIKIN LOIS IIA4:1c1s1ANN I.Hl'ISE IIAQRMANN D. JEAN HARRIS RI"I'Il J. IlAR'1'1.I1Y E1.1zA1:1:'1'1I Y. IIAYES l1A'1'11RYN J. HVILIIES I.lI.I.IAN INm.A1.1.s HI-ll.EN M. JI:RvIs I'Il.IZABI-I'I'lI K1EN'1'z1.E LAIIYNE E. KLECKNER AIARY M. KOORS Em KOsE1. limi: I.A BONII ILILNIAIIQYIZ R. LEWIS arner Hall MEMBERS IN IZE'li'l'A Y. GRI's1I I"1.OR11N1:I3 HAZZARD AIIA E. Hi-ll.I.l,RI-LN Gi-lRAI.IJINI-Q I.. IIL'I.E'I' MILDREII J. JARED AIII.I-'Rl-JIDA L. JARE11 IIAROLINE G. KENNEDY UNIVERSITY RACHEL C. LEVIIS OLIVE M. IVICCAIN CLARA F. IIICGINTY A. LUcI1.I.E MCIINTIIKE GRAKIE MCMAHON ANITA L. MIL1.EvI1.I.E C. PAULINE DIIINNS IIELEN OSTERIIUR CoNs'I'AIxcE PARKIINSON AIARJORIE A. PARIIELY L. J1zNE'1"1'E PEILE BERNIECE R. PERISHO AIARY E. PERKINS INAINCY E. POPE IIIARY E. POWELI. CORINNE PRICE BEITY J. PIXMA TIIELIIA I. RADWI-ILI. IQATHALEI-IIN M. RANI1O1.1'11 AIARCAIIET C. RICE UNIVERSITY CAROLYN S. LOR RY AIARY A. MI:IN'1'YRE JITANITA MIR1-IIY :ANN J. NOEL DORIS M. OBERLINK BE'I'1'Y J. PROVTY ARLYNE L. RI-II-IYES l.11.1.1AN I.. R1m:111x1ON1m FRANIZI-15 A. III'SsE1.1. LAVERNE SAMMONS li11'1'11 E. SIIAYMAN GRACE I'. SNYIIER I.11.1.1AN M.SNY1m1:R AIAIIY M. SOLON ZITA II. S1'RA111.1NG SARAH A. SO1'1REs DORO'1'11Y A. S'1'1Em1AN E1.1zAR1-:'1'11 S'1'RA111-211 AIAIIY Ii. S'1'RAN11 AI.-XIIIZAIIIYI' B. VIJIIII-Il. N IIIIVIINIA I..'I1iIt1XiI'SliN DORO'1'11Y N. 'l'YRR1:1.1. DORIS YA1x1:11 AIARTIIA II. W1111111111 I.O1'1s11 A. W1-2s'1'1:111111L1R AIYIIA E. xxIIIY'l'FlDIKll LIZNII S.Z1x1x1111mAN I1.11A J. SEIIAFER DOI-IUTIIY F. 5EI.1'R IIE1.EN L. SENGEII IIllARI.0'I"l'l-I L. SO1,7'1'11w1I R LE VUNA AVUIKTI' AIAIIJUI-IIE M. AYOIGT II2ll'l'0tt Murpiiy MI'I11Iy1'e Mildred .hired Milfriccia JzII'Gd SCLIIII' Suutliwick SUIIZIIVUI' NOI-I live-ve-A L. Voigt Dix I.Ow1'y M. Ynigrt Biggs Ilzizzurci KOIIIICIIY G1'I1slI Dycus Sengcr Austin 0ID0l'IIIlI'i .Xrlkissun SIIAIIBIEY ABNIA KAIIIIIYN Ii. :XIIIcIssuN Dom DTHY S. ANDERMANN KIARIAN Nl.ANIII1IIxIIINN EY!-1I.YNIi IIIAZIVQIQ XI,xII'I'II,x S. BIINII HELEN IC. I3I'II'1' EI.ImI:E'I'II A. CARSON I'fI.Iz.-IIIE'I'II Ii. ILIQIIIIEIZ HlI'l'll CIIIIIIAIN ISAIIEL ADXNIS LIII:II.I.E AI.IaIII:4:II'I' XYIYI-KN Y. ANIII-LIISIJN OPM. I. IIINKIJ-.Y EVHl.YNI-1 BI.,xxEIx NI. xIEI.Yl-INA IIIIAY EYELYN BRINIEY ESIIIEII J. CAIIISON HUSEIIIAIIY CoI.IIwEI.I. .IEANNI:T'I'E J. COOK GWENDOLYN J. COIIIIETT JEAN CIIEAMI-ZII Zum C. llnoss ROSA C. IJAIINIVS M. .IANE DEAIIING .IEANNE FIFIEIII ESTIIER I4'I.I-ll-151.-KN I'IEI.EN FIIIIsY'I'II IfI.IzAIIE'I'II FI I.'I'0N MosiI1I:III Sfongl Nlidsluglx GerIII:III Kiyury f'2ll'SUIl liI1IlII:Irfl .XIIIIIZI Vuselolxs NI. AIlIIt'l'IllilIlll .Innes Upolmlus Sknrtvvllf SI'lIII:Ipp Wolf Ilouz Norris HZlIt'l' Blnzck lInnIgsoII Gcnrge Ilubbs BIIIIII Ullhvrt Il:II'I'iIIgtI1II Iiiclmrxls Yilll Vlict Slcge Willi:IIIIs Electra 'NIICNIIIICRS IN l'NIYICRSI'I'Y JEIN H. GII.lII1II'I' El,IZ.XlSI'1'l'II J. COBY I':I.l'IANUIi GIIIJIIAIIII EI.I2AIIE'I'II R. CYUIIY RIM II. IIAII-Ili :xI.IlIl-I NI. HAIIII1NI.'I'oN HI-:EEN II. IIIIIIIQSIIN ICNIIIA II. HUISIIS YIIIIICIAIA I.EIINAIID xI.IXRl1Mlli'l' INIIIIIIAIQII I'1I.IzAIsE'I'II A. MIISINIAN KIfxL'RINE NuIIRIs D4III0'I'IIY Y. OPIILIIUS III"I'II P. PIIININI IDIIIIIS I.. RMII' ALICE lf. RI4:E IIAIIBAIM I., IIILLIIAIIIJS ANITA R. SEIINAIIII llIIIIIS'I'INE SVHIIIJY ANNA M. S41IIITI.'l'zE I.:IIaea, and Vesta NIICNIIBICRS IN LINIYIIRSITY Alces tis, Loki, FII-INI,I3s NI. tIlIL'KI.I-.Y NIIIIIIA NI. CUl'RI.l-IY IzE'I"I'A GIILNII IiI:'I'II J. H.nIII.'I'IIN PIIII,I.Is E. II.-INNNII MILIIREI1 I.. IIENIIIIYI EIEINIIII HoI.I.ANI1 ICIAINE Hmm DOIIOTIIY E. IIIJSKIN5 LULTISE H. IIosIQINs EIEANUII G. IIUIIE I'Il.fNI,-X CI. J0IINs0N ll,IIIoI.INE G. KENNEDY KAIILEN III KIIII- JEAN I..fIIIINsIiI CI.fIIIIIIEI. LEE INl.IxIII:AIII:1' I.. LEIINIANN KoIIER'1',x V. I.l'l"I'I.I-1 IXIILIIIII-:II I..I'Sli WILAIVI Y. XIVBRIIJE I.. RI"I'II MILCUIINIINIQ IJIIIIIJI IIY Bl.u:I'IIII: FAYI-I MALI.INsoN YI-:IINE'I"I'I: IC. IXIl'IJ1IIIEl.I. I"II.xNI:I'.s L. NIEIIIIIIY DAISY NEJIII. IJIINNI If. NEUNIAN III. GEIIALDINE NLIli'I'H IIlf'l'H II. NOIITH A. NI.-XIII-II. 0.DONNELL VIIIGINIA PAI.EREY ANNE Y. PANIERI llA'I'IIEIIINE A. Pl-QPIN NINE I.. PEIIISHU NIAIIIIIN G. I,ITNIiR IIARIIAIIA R. RILEY fIl4IlI.I-I RosENTIIAI.I. I'II.IzAI4Ic'I'H I.. RIIWLANII FRIEIIA SKAII'I'vEIr'I' YENI's BI. SIIRUIEI' I':l.l'lANOR III. STELI11 NIII.I1IIEu STICNIQI, I'II.Ll-LN TEIIIIY AImEI.INE M. IVAN YI.II:'I' NIIIJIIIEIJ xVI'1SEI.HI'5 KATIIIQIIINIEZ A. vI"llI'l'IQ 41. CIIR,-XI.IJlNE WII.I.I,xNIs VIVIKN IC. YI-:Am-:II XNNK C. HVISIX SYINIII R. KI'sIII'IIIm KAIIIIIYN J. SIIMI ICIJIIII NI. SIII-1l'IlIERD P. VIIIILINIA SIIEI'IIEIIIIsoN I.. GENE SIIERRIIHI' ICUIIY M. SIIIWI-1I.I. GI.AIIYs E. SPENCER SAIIAII S'I'l'I'II LECIIIEIIT 'IIlI'PI'l' IJORo'I IIY 'l'IIAF'I'oN G. MAIII:AIII1'I' VANEE NIILIIIIED YI-.SI-QI.HI'S WII.D.N I. WAIIIIIEIQ IIENHIE'I"l'.f'k WIIEIIIIY .IOSEI-IIINE NI. XXIIIITH CARI.o'I"rE WIQIQ I.IJI'1II.I1 E. WII.I1I1IINI.xN MAIIIIIN I.. Wmm - l"leeIII:III Ilczxring f'l'CIllll0Y' Mugzuire I':InicrI R0Se'ItII:Ill Nvjmll Kipp XIJIIIUL' Ilowc N, llI1IIrlcy Wick WVIIIIQ-I'nI:III Dilhlllllf y Ii. Nnrthv VV0lfe Rushford C Ink HQ-III'iot Briney F. iiuurley RIIWIQIIIII Pulfrcy R. North Forsyth Flhelnl Illlblll Spencer :XIILICINUII I'l'I!Ill Nlitvhcll O.D1lIlIl0II .XIIIIIIIN II:IIIIiltnII Murphy - -, '- ,," I- . 1' ., ,J M ....-,,,.T, L nys' 22 fv 1 Pagv 255' E f omanas League 4' IT THE DECK" was the successful Yvomanss League pro- duction for this year. The story was hased on the theme that a sailor has a girl in every port. It was made very amusing hy the dialogue of the Ngohsv, which was cleverly worked out, and kept the audience well entertained. livery university woman has the opportunity to come into direct contact with XVoman's League through the weekly teas. These teas. held every Wednesday in the XXl01Y13IliS Building, promote friendliness among all organized groups and independents, and have become a tradition on this Campus. Mortar Board. with its traditional garb, was of great interest to the new women, and urged them to attain the necessary heights to become members of this organization. The interest of the women is kept alive hy the variety of the activities, all of which, from the pleasing formality of the Shi-Ai Sing and the May Day procession to the informality of the long hikes, make university life a pleasure for all women on the campus. I R.. Page Pa ge Q30 1. Above 2. A1mz'v,riglzl 3. Below fl. Rfglzl fx M zfiomv L6 ui Q xj SlS 1 U QEEETMM uf 5. Below, left 6. Below, right ,uf f Y, ., RM. .auf .J H if SW11 1-iiiin Y. VV. C. Doll Show l. Corina group received hrst honorable mention among groups. 2. Medea won the group competition. 3. The Theta Upsilon entry. 4. Tri Deltffirst honorable mention among sororities. 5. The food booth. 6. Committee chairmen. T. Sorority second honorable mentionfA. 0. Pi. 8. Theta also received second honorable mention. 9. Virginia Sand- berg, ehairrnan, was largely responsible for the success of the Doll Show. 10. The Pi Phils won. l "',i fi ffzm mrs 55? f A JJ ' , 4lswimg1"',L an . ikwwj My 'fu A . H : , V' A K: 3 'K K , K, Sap Y """W ' Q L,-L ' LLf,Lbv . an A V L , 4 4 ,, W , 14 ..L.- 1 ' . as ,, , '-21.5 ,' " 1 'lla uv E 33 1 'NV , w.N 37,i I A JW? s 45 1 alfinw x + X 1 gg 5.4 if H ., W. A. A. Through the medium of YY. A. A., the girls of the Illinois campus are given an opportunity to participate in organized games and athletics. These pictures are representative of the sports most popular among the women. ln the fall, outdoor sports such as hockey and soccer are the center of interest for the girls. During the winter months. gvin- nastics, handball, shutlleboard, ping pong, and ice-skating are offered as exciting indoor activities. Swinnning seems to hold the interest of the girls all the year around, With many meets and events which bring out individual abilities and skill. ln the spring. the most popular sports in which the girls participate are tennis, archery, and baseball. The climax of the spring athletic festivities is the May Day Program held lVI0ther7s Day week-end. At this time the Queen is crowned, surrounded by members of Torch and Mortar Board. Page 233 1' ,.,. Y .nQ.Jx. 1 I 1' 1' rn .733 rx? QQ 'M' 'QFFRED 4 ,..::,,Q,,-4-'4 - N i ,lj UV' Q 'KKKXQE ilk!! .Roig .1 fi!ff44 -r-sc. J. '. 4 AJ 55 :if JH.- f1b Q V' gi ,, ' V q"' f X 'f ,.f'fJ'i!. "X, Q- ' I a ., f...44'. v ,X ki' 3 Avmm, 3, V in NX ' u. 0 O -I -I , 4 .X :sr .A . x 'mfs ' "'1 . 1" 'EEF' fqqzmlv ' '- gall' W-,J 25 ifii 'WSP ' . :gg Lag .- V pkg f if , v"fMQ Qrgw , . .Q V.. ,M f 5. 11133 ' J' :H+ A QQTQE V 'gif fr i? , I ,sp A if "f K 3.1,- gil'-A W gs: e L -with 'JT' ,Q .l,- fa, . 17 f -'gsgs' gf 559' .if ' A if Lg F. ,. xii. if? we avg' ,TVR ,Q,,y,? f 2? iff? 55,4 H, v, wi ii, . f 'iii rf, xv . A fl Zu ,hx 1 Qui'- Qffii' mfr ,, ag J lr: , A y 4 I-IEILLIOOF1934 TTOF, ' " N-1 . "' as .vvzrl 13 -fl .,?fTfqaJ,fd-Q4 11, ..':'x--Y 'Mx ff 2 U57 2X X ' E A ' ' xx ' I--A--3. fix. 523 " Z' f N27 9 xv-than O EFFU . ,,,,,Z m 5 'A' O Pa ge 238 HIRAM T. Scovlu, V1c'r0R L. KRAN NER1' Chairman Jlamrger The Illini Board of Control BOARD OF DIRECTORS Faculty Wlenzllerx I'IlRAM T. Sc:ov1L1., Chairman OSCAR A. I..Elj'l'WILl-LK FREDRICK S. SIERRRT FRED H. TURNER Student Members WALTER H. BOYLE RUTH A. FERGUSON ROMAINE B. IIUTTON IIIOUNTFORT H. Smrrn V THE ILLIO, and all other student publications at the University of Illinois, are subsidiaries of the Illini Pub- lishing Company. The latter, chartered by the State of Illinois as a corporation not for profit, has been in existence since May II, I9l.l. It is controlled by a Board of Directors consisting of four faculty members se- lected by the Senate Committee on Student Affairs, and four students elected by the student body. Like many other administrative and legislative enactments, the creation of a supervisory agency for publica- tions on the University of Illinois campus was partially the result of unwise practices by those who had been entrusted with the responsibilities of editing and managing them in former years. The condition existing since l9ll, with editors and managers and their chief assistants appointed by the Board on the merit system, has resulted in obtaining a much higher level of professional competency on both the editorial and business staiis of campus publications. There has been also a continuity of policy and purpose, and a safeguarding of property, as well as a full settlement of obligations each year with local creditors. Through the employment of Victor L. Krannert as a full-time manager, the Publishing Company has been able during the last thirteen years to provide a means of advising the newer members of the staff each year. Siebcrt Boyle Smith Hutton Ferguson Leutwiler Turner LLIAM I.. DAY lwlilor-in-Clzief W1I.1.1Am L. DAY . W. HUWARD P. EMRIQH PAVI. C. NICNIICIIAEL J. YVILSON Gfxoms Fmgn .-X. CLARK . Ihzwx' S'1'1'AH'r SMITH . lis1'm:R L. CUHEN . I-InM:sT H. WATERMAN, JR. . HOWARD P. EMRIC H Business Manage: Editor-in-Chief Business Manager . . Chief News Editor Editorial Associate Editor . Sports Editor . . Wonzarfs Editor Wonzarfs Busin css Manager . Campus Scout Edilor E51 ff? if Lf, s Q33 Ll irk Cohen Waterman Ma-Michael Smith L nc dn IRWIN R. VALENTA . BETTY COLLINS . WALTER C. STRAKOSH GEORGE C. ZELLER . DONALD I. ROTII SAMUEL X. ARARRANEI. RAYMOND F. BURKE INIARVIN COIIN JEAN E. DRAGOO Roth Vulenta Madden Acton Norris Zeller Askren Collins JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGERS . . . Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager . . Copy Manager . Champaign Advertising . Champaign Advertising H. JOSERIIINE NORRIS NIARCARET F. ASKREN JOHN P. MADDEN . HARVEY H. ACTON T he Daily Illini JUNIOR NEWS EDITORS EDWARD U. ERENIIERG J. BENJAMIN LIEHERNIAN KATHERINE U. FILSON CLAHE A. MEN1'z CRESTON J. FOSTER JUNE E. PARSONS HARVEY P. HUDSON T' Strzikoslx .Champaign Advertising . Campus-Urbana Advertising Classihed Advertising . Credit Manager DOROTIIY L. POOR JOIIN H. SCHAIJHT JOHN L. STROIINI JAMES THOMSON . I M 5. . . ws. is ' Strohm Tlxoinsnn Mentz l':Ii-suns Draguo Burke Abarbanel flllllll l,l0lJ0l'lll2lll l'OOr lireiiherg . Hudson Filson Sr'lIm'ht l-'Oster Pa rf '10 l.uc-khardt Duffield Levinson Citron Tickcn Pol tcigcr Talbot Stoll G ray Hotf R. W'ilt Herron Childs Stinson Engle Hudclson Seymour Fleming Mirotsn ic Dean Russell Muiers VVu'ker Dillon Fell Diugs Burson Ulrich Moore G. XVIII AVJIIWIICII Wolff l'IIlfr0y II0IS0llTiIlg Jones Vl'lIite BCIIIII Scovlll Neidlmrdt l":IttnII R4-'KII'L'I'll 'I'urr-k Haisl Boruck RUSILAIAIIY E. IIIJCIQLILY P.-ITTI BURNIIANI IosI:I'II Z. BURSON RICIIAIIO B. CIIILIIS FIIANIQ J. CIIIIILIQA DAVIII IIITRON DIARY F. Couric TIIILLIIIA E. DANNPIR CIQNINIIQI I: AI'I:II G. YlI"l'Oll BALI. A. I'Il.lZAlll-L'I'lI IZAIIIIII IILIINAIIIJ BI1IIKOvI'rz SOPIIOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF ROIILIII' R. DEAN ESTIIER A. DIZIITCII 'I'III:onoIIE A. DIIFI'ILI.n Ii. GLEN ICNIIIIIIC, AIARY Ii. GIIAIIAAI I GLADI2 II,xIs'r I-fI.I3LIIT I.. IILRIION AIARY ,l. I.I:IsI1NIIINo lCI,Iz,+.IsIa'IH M. I.I'I.IxIIAIIImT ,Il'S'IllN G. MCILAIIIIIY IAIAIIY I. INIc:GIfu:AN IIICN C. MAIIIQIJINII WII.I.I,uI S. MIIIImI.I:'roN III:I.I1N A. Muzs .Al.III-IRT H. flloum-1 II. I'Il.INORl-I Nixon The Daily Illini SOPIIOMORE BUSINESS STAFF 'NIAIIY A. CIIANI' IXLIINAIIII Nl. CROSSNIAN .IA MES Ii. IIAVIQL DoIIo'I'IIY KIIICIINEII D0Im'I'In' I. BoIIf:II.mnT RI"l'II .l. KIIIIN I.0IIINc C. FARWILLL IAIAIIY If. CI-LIIAIAIN FIILIIsIIIIi IC. LEE, III. ,losI1I'II If. NIANN NIAI.It0I.u E. NIAIISII I'II.IZAI4l-ITII D. IAIICHHIAM IIAIIOLYN V. MoI'NTJoY IIIIAIILES F. POII'I'I1II .I ICIIIIIAIN W. KLA NI I.mII3I,I. A. NYE GI:oIu,I3 IC. PHILLIPS .'AKNOI.D ,l. I'oTTEIcEIz NIAIIY .l. SI:ovILL AXVILLIAM P. TALBOT IAUIILHT I.. 'IIEKEN CLNIQVA Il. XVALKER ILILOIIILIL Nl. AXIILT I.1'll'lSIIAI. SriIIINIJI,I-III DOROTIIY IC.SnI1'rII WYILLIAINI F. WEIZER EIIIQI-INl1E.WfYENTHl'I fIIIAIII.I:s ,l. ZAI.oL'DI1Ic I.IgoNAIIII II. ZILI-III XVIIIIQ .I. NI:IIlfl0II G:IIIeII 'I.IlllL'k6l" liubens Slayer l,zI1IlIer Nm-Ineyer WVilsnII Gulf-s NICGIIITI' NI. Marlrlvn Carter Miller Auer I':IrkI-r XYIIIII' Brown SczIIII:III l'eL-plus SIIIIIIUII GIQIIISOII McEvoy Tide-IIIIIII liivll 'l'lIIIrsoII Ireland Iiezun llorclmrtlt Mann Germaiin Hcrkovitz SQIIIIIIIIQI' Wahl-I' Grunt Bull Nlurrinni Pagzf 5341 Page 242 JOHN li. COVINGYON DEANE M. COVENTIKY Editor-in-C11 ief Business Jlunnyer The Illio Of 1934 SENIOR STAFF JOHN R. COVINCTON . . EditorAin-Chief DEANE M. COVENTRY . Business Manager E. MAVMLNE BLOUOH. . W'onzan's Editor Ii. STANTON JOHNSON . Military Editor JOHN W. BHANIA . . . . Sporfs Writer ELSIE I. NIINII-IR . Wornanfs Business Manager M. LENORA Dlx . . Warnarfs Office Manager LOUIS PLAMBEUQ . Slaj Photographer Blough Plumbeck Dix Johnson Minier Danley Arthur Rech Wlxiteway Kerr JUNIOR EDITORS F. COURTNEY ARTHUR ROBERT C. EVANS V1Rc1N1A E. RECH H. ISABEL DANLEY DOROTHY L. KERR ROBERT E. WHTTEWAY The Illio Of 1934 JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGERS ELBERTA J. ALEXANDER FREDERICK S. CROOK JOHN MCDANIEL LOUIS E. BECKMAN ARTHUR EIDMAN KATE W. PRIESTLY JOSEPHINE L. CLAYTON FRANCES E. ELI-'STRAND CATHERINE E. SMITH IVIARY C. CODY KATHERINE M. GRAHAM IRENE L. TARRY . .SSI U. . ' 'I , I f V ' Ll . J ., K L, ,. I A . . Vkky yn my hh ,K , Eidman MCDEIIIIQIS Cody Beckman Clayton Priestly Elfstraud Graham Evans Y Page 243 Booth Smith McMillan Siege Fornoff Fowler Visser Petri Truitt Spires Sapp Weaver llluzek llinxnun Munsell Sweet Busch Hudden Iloorl Young.: Frank Kirk Railsback Manoek Miller Frist Joklwch EVELYNI-3 BLAZER F. FLIZAIIETH BOOTH BARIIARA L. BUSCII PHILIP A. CHHIIIFIIQLD CATHERINE E. DOLAN DIIRIAM L. FAST FRANK J. FORNOEF WILLIAM R. FORSYTIIE BETH I.. FOWLER HELEN D. AIJIKSIUNI LILARR A. B.-XlI.l-IY CIIARLUTTI-2 A. BAR'IELs QARMALETA I. BIXIIY WILIIVR H. CVRETON LUIS l-1. DAVIS SOPHOMORE-FHESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF HERIH-LRT I.. FRANK Wll.l,lAhl L. GUYNN JANE E. HADDEN GARWOOD F. HPIADS .IEANNETTE L. Hnikox EVNICIE IIINMAN ELAINI-L HOOD .'xl.'I'A ,JUKISCII Lil-ll.IiN J. KIRK ORVAI. W. LUCIER DONALD F. IWCIVIILLEN DOROTHY V. INIANOCK F. VERNON NIILLER JANE MUNSI-:LL FLORINE IC. PETRI BEN F. RAILSIIACK MARION C. SAPI' KIRRER SMITH The Illio of 1934 SUPIIOMORE BUSINESS STAFF JAMES I.. KlfLl'l.I-IR RUIIERT M. DERIIUIIGII RORERT J. FICK BERNICE A. FINE QIIIARLI-IS H. HOLT HARRY L. HYNDAIAN EYELYN M. LAURENCE HELEN L. LYNIAN CHARLOTTE A. NICLQLADE KERBIIT M. PENNINDTON LOWELL A. SPIRES HOWARD A. STOTLER ELEANOR li. STI-IGI-I FRANCES M. SWEET HODGE S. TAYLOR JORDAN TRIIITT VIRGINIA VISSER JEAN WEAVER NlAHll.l'1I1 Y0l'NlL lIliRAI.ll li. I,l'1'l'lfIllS NIARUARI-iT J, REEsE ARTIHTR L. Hlllli lil-LNNETII J. Sr: HIJESQLI R EDWARD J. STACK lil1l.l'jN C. WIIIITNEY Stnktle Sl'llNVJll'lZ llodson Powers Alekiiuin Norris IVzIscIl:1lck VVhile Martin Lohnes Mzigzxn Fine Reese 'l'wyII1zm Rihrer Renz Pride Carlson Robinson Du X Il Fischer Sl1l1CI0l'll1il ll Rolphe Bogg VVhitney Oync Stuck Smith Grief A heli ng Davis Bailey Brock Sehuessler l-'rice Peters Doolittle Derrough Mnrdovh llyIHlIIIuII Nl Ll0llL P 'M JOHN D. TEDFORD Editor JOHN D. TEDEORD . BETTY J. KENDALL . HENRY S. BERNET . ALLAN A. KAZUNAS MARY B. ATKINSON FIELD BEAM IWAHCUS V. BREWSTER MARION V. CORLISS WII.BUR J. THOMPSON HERBERT H. OTTEN CLEMENT H. IRELAND NIARJORIE STEELE . The iren EDITORIAL AND ART STAFF . . Editor . Associate Editor . Assistant Editor Assistant Editor EYELYN A. STERN . ERNEST H. WATERBIAN . LENORE SCHARSCI-IUG . M. ELIZABETH INIURDOCK Assistants SHIRLEY W. DAY CRESTON J. FOSTER THOMAS J. HENl.EY KENNETH D. MCCAIN ROSEMARY MILLER E. GRETCIIEN NARDINE ELLEN RYNIKER LILLIAN A. SALTZMAN BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager . Junior Collection Manager DOROTHY H. BLUM . ADELE D. POHL . HOWARD E. SEARS . Assistants WILRUR J. THOMPSON Business Manager . Assistant Editor Assistant Editor . Woman's Editor . Art Editor JNIILTON SCIIUSTER JI-:ROMA WALLACE JAMES A. WILL . Assistant Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager . Assistant Advertising Manager IIOWARD T. DIXON I'Il.OlSl-I IRELAND DIARY J. LOTTS Miller Bernet Stern BluIII Foster Steele Kuzun IS Sillfllllilll Beam Otten Murdock C. Ireland St'IlilTSl'Illl2 W:1terIImn Kendall Page 245 JOSERII A. PASR Editor JOSEPH A. PASK . ROBERT P. STEVENS HOWARD C. DAVIS . WALTER M. ENGER EIGIL R. FADIIM JOHN S. CAPPS LIENRY L. GIBSON STANLEY E. GRIMM EDWARD HONG FREDERIC E. STROUF HERBERT C. ZILLY . DALE D. STREID . HOWARD J. CAQUELIN WILLIAM FARRIMOND JAMES G. FULTON RICHARD L. HUI.L The T echnograph EDITORIAL STAFF Assistants JOIIN G. JUNIUS BRUCE A. KING PAUL LAMRHEIR KENNETH R. LEIEERMANN CARL M. MUEHLEMEYER JAMES M. ROBERTSON BUSINESS STAFF Assistants JOSEPH R. LA IWIANTIA E. JOIIN LUETZELSCHWAB ALBERT H. REICHMANN FREDERIC E. STROUF Business Manager Editor . Assistant Editor JOIIN U. SCHMID SIDNEY SCIINITZER RICHARD S. SHELDON WILLIAM E. SOLOMON ALFRED S. WEBEIIK ROBERT N. WEIKER rt Editor Business Manager . Publicity Manager . Circulation Manager JOHN W. SHERMAN CHARLES M. SLAYMAKER JAMES C. TOIIREK Tourek Flesch Sheldon Streid Junius Hull Hon Fad um Enger Zilly Capps Fulton 'Luetzelschwab Schmid Leifermann Robertson Sherman Stevens Glbson Muehlemeyer Page 246 pt IWTELVIN R. STENCEI. Editor NTELVIN R. STENOEL . WILBER W. REID . JOHN A. MATHERS . CATHERINE R. DAvIs IEIELEN A. RTI!-IS . . JOHN S. NTCCANNON NIYRON L. WORAILEY . NIARTIN T. GARIIE . FRANKLIN ALLEN H. PAIJL RIOORI-I RICHARD N. SIIADE . INTENZIE W. AMMON BETTY JANE RIIDY . WILLIAM F. TURNER WILI.1A3I H. RI:AI7xIAN Illinois Agriculturist EDITORIAL STAFF RAY H. TEAL . . NIILDRED M. READ . DONALD F. MCMlI.LEN HUBERT J. FOMIIELLE IVAN W. HEISER . . RICHARD S. VANINOER CARL F. SNIITH . . Editor . Associate Editor . . Associate Editor Wornan's Editor . Assistant lVoman's Editor . . Agronomy Editor . Animal Husbandry Editor . . . Dairy Editor Assistants CERALDINE ANDERSON BTARTHA E. BROTIIERs BUSINESS STAFF . . Business Manager WILLIAM M. BRINE . . Assistant Business Manager WILLIAM S. MCKOWN . Woman's Business Manager ERNEST W. RILEY . . . Subscription Manager Assistants Bl-LN H. SAIITII ONN'IIN NIAIIE RICHARD N. SHADE Business Manager . . Alumni Editor . Girls' 4H Club Editor . Boys' 411 Club Editor . . . Aggravator Editor . Agriculture Economics Editor . Agricultural Club Reporter Agricultural Club Reporter ITOMER E. INIONTGUMERY NORMAN R. URQIIIIART . . Circulation Manager . . Advertising Manager . Assistant Advertising Manager JOHN ZINIEL Riley Teal Reid Mnuc Mathers McMillen Moore Brine Heiser Zimel Urquhart BQZIUIIHIII Rudy Brothers McC lIlIl0I1 Davis Anderson Mcliown C. Smith Mies Ammon Shade Stengel Read Gnrbe Page 247 THE OF if f""' 44, 116 7 Z .Q"'1 fmsilj ,JX 'sam f Pfam, UDENT MINISTRATION Page 250 Student Administration TUDENT ADMINISTRATION is composed of student organizations representing the different phases of college life-military, religious, social, and political. These organizations have many duties and obligations to fulfill which greatly influence campus activities. INDEX Agriculture Council . . . 260 Alumni Association, The . . 257 Dads' Day . . . 263 Dance Supervision Committee . 261 Homecoming . 262 Illinois Union . . 254 Independent Council . . . 258 Lutheran Student Association . 264- McKinley Foundation . 265 Military Council . . . . 252 Student Alumni Association, The . . 256 Student Council ...... . 251 University Concert and Entertainment Board . . 259 Wesley Foundation . 265 Y. M. C. A. . 255 .IA1ul4:s H. LAKE President, First Seniester FRANKLIN G. ENIRICK President, Sef'0i'11ISemesler JAMES H. LAKE . . ALMA H. FRESH . . DOROTHY M. NORMANDIN FRANKLIN G. EMRICK . lVlII.DRED STENCL . DOHOTIIY M. NKDIQNIANDIN llOWARD P. EMRICII . GEORGE A. HORCII . . JOHN R. COVINCTON . JAMES H. LAKE . BETTY S. SMITII WILLIAM L. DAY . NORMAN P. JONES . ALMA H. FRESE . DI-:ANE M. COVENTRY l'iOliER'I' P. CIBBS . . FRANKLIN G. EMRICK lx'1lLDRED STENGL . . LOUISE WORI,EY . DOROTHY M. NORMANDIN CHARLES W. CRAIN . IIUDSON A. HELLMICH . BENSON L. FRIEDMAN HOWARD C. BLUE . . C. KENT LEEPER . CHARLES C. CURRY tudent Council OFFICERS First Semester . . . . . . President . Vice-President . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Second Semester . . . . . . President . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS . . . Business Manager, The Daily Illini . Representative, Athletic Council . . Editor, The Illio of 1934 . . . President, Y. M. C. A. Woman's Editor, The Daily Illini . . . Editor, The Daily Illini . . President, Illinois Union . . President, W'oman's League . Business Manager, The Illio of 1934 . President, Interfraternity Council . .... Student Colonel President, Wornan's Group System . . . . President, W. A. A. . . . . President, Y. C. A. . President, Independent Council . Representative, Athletic Council . President, Ist Sem., Senior Class . President, 2nd Sem., Senior Class President, Ist Sem., Junior Class . President, 2nd Sem., Junior Class OMPOSED of members of the student body selected automatically by virtue of their positions in campus activities, the Student Council is empowered to rule on student affairs throughout the year. It is directly responsible for the selection of the Dance Supervision Committee, the Freshman Frolic Committee, and the first semester president of the Freshman class, in addition to legislating upon all affairs brought before it by direct petition or by observation of the respective members. Leeper Blue Hellmich Norma ndin Frese Coventry Friedman Smith Jones Crain Gibbs Stengl Day Horch Em rich Worley Cu rry Covington Page 251 FRANKLIN G. EMRICK . JAMES M. TURNER . ROBERT J. CRANER . JEROME B. ROSENSTIEL BOE J. GARRARD . . WAYNE G. SMITH . BODO W. TIMMERMANS TILEORD A. OLSON ALBERT E. CARLSON . HAROLD E. STURMAN HAROLD A. WALLACE WILLIAM D. FOOKS Military Council . . . Colonel . . Lt. Colonel, Infantry . Lt. Colonel, Cavalry, Ist Sem.. Lt. Colonel, Cavalry, 2nd Sem. Lt. Colonel, Field Artillery . Lt. Colonel, Coast Artillery Lt. Colonel, Engineers, Ist Sem. . Lt. Colonel, Engineers, 2nd Sem. . . . Lt. Colonel, Signal Corps Major, Brigade Stag, Exec., lst Sem. Major, Brigade Stag, Exec., 2nd Sem. Major, Brigade Stag LEO P. MORGAN . . ROBERT R. HOLLAND DONALD L. FAULKNER JOSEPH W. SIIAMEL RICHARD A. DUFE . RAYMOND R. MANION . ELDON B. COLEGROVE. HOWARD C. BLUE . HENRY G. HEUBACH . FLOYD B. SIMMEN . ROY V. RIGIITER LOUIS F. ALYEA . . HAROLD P. ECHTERNACII FRANKLIN G. EMRICK Preslkient . Major, Brigade Stag . . Major, Brigade Stag Adjutant, Major, Brigade Stag . Major, President, Cavalry Club Major, President, Pi Tau Pi Sigma Major, President, Alpha Tau Sigma Major, President, Caisson Club . Captain, President, Tau Nu Tau Captain, President, Coast Art. Club . Capt., Rep., Scabbard and Blade . Captain, President, Phalanx . Captain, President, Polo Assn. Captain, President, Pershing Rifles Manion Righter Fooks Timmermans Simmen Turner Garrard Wallace Echternacll Heubach Blue Page 252 Josievn W. Srmyru. Secretary-Treasurer Military Council HE Military Council is charged with cooperating and coordinating the several Military units and organiza- tions to the end that the R. 0. T. C. may have a stronger and better place in University and Military activities. The Council is composed of members representing each unit of the University Brigade and the various military organizations. The members are selected by virtue of their positions. Each unit of the Brigade is represented by its Lieutenant Colonel and its executive oflicer and each social fraternity by its president. ln this manner each unit and military organization is fully represented on the Military Council which governs the student affairs of the R. O. T. C. The Council supervises all student functions of the Military Department such as the Military Ball, the Officers, Ball, the University Horse Show, all Military dances, and the Annual Military Show. The Commandant of the University keeps in close contact with the personnel of the Brigade through the Mili- tary Council, learning the student's viewpoint, which is an important factor in his determination of policies for the R. O. T. C. ner Faulkner Olson Morgan Alyca Cru Duff Holland Smith Rosenstiel Colegrovc Carlson Page 2453 NORMAN P. JONES LEO C. NIACKELDEN SANFORD WATKINS EDWIN H. BECKER . LLOYD RTOREY . EDWARD E. STAFFORD ROBERT L. BAKER EDWIN H. BECKER HOXVARD C. BLUE EDWIN R. TIAYES NORMAN P. JONES WILLIAM A. KNIGHT R. LAWRENCE BALL CLINTON O. CLARK CHARLES C. CURRY FRENCH L. FRAKER. RAY KIZIIEKI . C. KENT LEEPER . CHARLES E. OTTO GEORGE H. SHEYLIN JOHN V. THOMPSON . Illinois Union OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS OSCAR A. LEIITWILER LEO C. NIACKELDEN ARTHUR B. BIAYS LLOYD BIOREY MILTON M. OLANDER CABINET . . President First Vice-President Second Vice-PresidenL . . Secretary . . Treasurer . Business Manager NOIIMAN P. JONES l'resirIent NIORRIS E. PADDICK ROBERT REITSCH HIRAM T. SCOVILL CARL STEPHENS FRED H. TURNER SANFORD WATICINS Memberships . Dads, Day . Productions Student Relations . . Programs Independent Relations Dances Socials SANFORD VVATKINS Mf?mI16fS1lipS Vir'e-llresifleilf Page 254 Mays Leutwiler Scovill Morey Stafford Baker Leeper Ball Fraker Clark Shevlin Cu rry Otto Knight Watkins Jones Becker Hayes Puddick I .I AMICS ll. l,.uu-1 l,I'CSl!lf'lll JouN J. MCKEAN, JR. Vire-President JAMES H. LAKE . . JOHN J. MCKEAN, JR. THOMAS F. LATZER . CHARLES M. THOMPSON . JOSEPH A. BLAIR . JOHN R. LARIMER . Louis F. OVERGARD . PAUL J. KAMINSKI . J. FRANK WEST . WIILLIAM F. MOON. DONALD L. FAULKNER ROBERT I. IJIETCALF CARL S. LONG, JR. . JOHN F. IIOHENADEL JOHN J. IJICKEAN, JR. LAWRENCE W. KANAGA . IXIONTGOMERY I. COLDWELL ROCHO H. SINDERSON .l..i.. OFFICERS CABINET EXECUTIVE STA FF . President Vice-President . Recorder . . Treasurer . Chairman of Board . Freslirnan Fellowship . . . Social . . . Reception International Friendship . . . . Meetings Fireside Forums . Membersliip . Deputations Junior Boys' Work . Older Boys' Work . . Publicity FRANK H. XVI-LST HENRY E. WYILSON HE Y. lVl. C. A. is an organization in which, and through which, students may express Christian purpose and idealism. Its influence is felt throughout the campus community. Its program through sixty years has supplied services to student needs not met by any other organi- zation in campus life. McKean Knminski Acton Long Lake R. Metcalf Latzer Sinclcrson Coldwell Overgard J. West Hohennrlel Moon Larimer Faulkner F VS est Roth 'Purifier C. Metcalf Provine Britton Hayes Seamzms Wilson Kanagu Gritiith Tuttle Little Tziwney Blair Renner Mays Lee Renwick Qao The Student Alumni Association O PROMOTE tlze welfare of the University of Illinois and particularly to promote its welfare in the com munities from which Ilze students come OI-'FICIERS w'II.I.I.ftNl Al. l'I'Is'II1Ic . President ARTIIVR Sl-QRVS I4iII . . Vice-Presialenl BEIITILI, ,loxsox . . Secretary J. DAVID IIIANI Y . . Treasurer CIIARI.I:s R. l"III:IrI:III4'Ix . . .'Ill1'iS0f CARI. STI-ll'lll-QNS . Advisor CLI-:YN Gooimlmz . Advisor ROBERT RI1I'I'sf1II . Advisor BOARD OF DIRECTORS RAY J. Kirisizu IiUSTAVE M. GRoH FLOYD A. SINGLETON l.EoNARD E. STROM R. I,AwIu-:Na:i1 l"lAl.li IIRIICE A. KING HARVEY H. ACTON tlimis W. CHIIIUCOS The Student Alumni Association was organized in 1932 to fulfill the need for an interpretation of the Uni versity to the people of the communities from which the students come. and to provide a link between the students and alumni of the University. The Student Alumni Association: Strives through its members to serve as a good will agent between the University and the people living in towns throughout the stateg Endeavors to interest superior high school students in coming to Illinois through presenting Illinois pro- grams and "Illini Trail" showings in high school assembliesg seeing that copies of the Daily Illini and the Illio are to be found in the libraries of all large high schoolsg personal interviews with high school students interested in going to collegeg Serves as a link between Illinois students and alumni by assisting in Illini Club activities and by sending a representative to all meetings of the Alumni Association executive committee. Ball' Groh Strom Acton Kulwt' Serwich Siligleton Ni-ter King Clancy Jonson Page 256 WILFORD C. ROPIEQUET . . . President The Alumni Association O PROMOTE the general welfare of the University of Illinois and to encourage and stimulate the interest of graduates and other former students in the University and in each other: its purposes shall be limited to such as are educational, social, or charitable OFFICI-IHS IIIIARLES A. KIIIER . . PHILIP S. HANNA . Mus. ARTHUR M. HOUSER, JR. . . . . . IIARI, STEPHENS . . Iionsar Reirscn . GLEYN GOODWINIZ . . General Sccrclary, a ICXECUTIVIC COMMITTEE Roxnsnr B. BRowNi1 Pniur S, HANNA Cnsiues A. Kl1.1-Ln Howixnn L. CHEN!-ZY Mus. AR'l'Ill'R NI. Holisxx I,o1 is C. 'XIos1:m:1, Cunuigs L. DANIi:1.s Has. Cry W. KARRAKER IIIIARIII-IS H. AIOTTIER KARL J. EKBLAW Immediate Past-President . First Vice-President . Second Vice-President nd Editor of Alumni News . . Alumni Secretary . . Treasurer Ronan' Rerrsci-1 Wr7II.F0RD il. ROPIEQUET O'1"ro Ii. SEILER The University of Illinois Alumni Associationf founded June l5, IST3, is the connecting link between the graduates and former students and their Alma Mater. The headquarters of the organization in the Illinois Union Building are the center for the many activities of this association which: Publishes the Illinois Alumni News monthlyg Compiles and edits, in cooperation with the University, alumni directories about every five years, Works with the secretaries of sixty-two classes and of the Illini clubs all over the world in the effort to keep up old acquaintances, promote new ones, encourage reunions, and to engender loyalty to the University through lifelong contact with itg Keeps detailed records of the doings of all the graduates, so far as possible, and of many non-graduatesg keeps on file their letters, photographs, clippings, and other biographical datag tries to obtain an up-to-date address for every one of more than one hundred thousand alumnig Maintains and presents before high schools, Illini clubs, and other meetings, '6The Illini Trailf, a four-reel sound moving picture of the Universityg Has established and now maintains several loan funds for students. The Alumni Association oflice is an information bureau concerning not only the alumni world but many other things connected with the University. All students are urged to come in and use its information at any time, and upon graduating are cordially invited to join, in order to keep in close contact with their University. Cheney Ropiequet Hanna Houser Daniels Sei ler Mottier Ekblaw Reitsch Kiler Stephens Moschel Karraker Browne Goodwine Page 25 Independent Council CHARLES W. CRAIN . WILLIAM F. MOON . . .I. DAYTON MCCORBIICK WAYNE R. COOK . . WENDELL F. BARCLAY VINCENT J. DEL BECCARO FRED H. BENNINCTON A. WARD BLACK CIIARLES V. CHAMPION REXEORD NEWCOMB, JR. PAUL J. KAMINSKI. . C. WILLIAM HONEYWELL . JAMES D. BENNI-IR WOODROW F. BOEKE KENNE1'lI N. BOLEY CHRIS W. CI-IIIIIICOS RICHARD J. CIIRISTMAN JOHN C. DOOLEY CLETIS .l. FOLEY CHARLES R. FIILMER ROCEII FRUIN FREDERICK A. GLENN SENIOR OFFICE RS SENIOR COUNCILMEN FRANKLIN G. EMRICK BENSON L. FRIEDMAN IVIALVIN M. HICKIVIAN WILLIAM W. HUDSON JUNIOR OFFICE RS JUNIOR COUNCILMEN FRANCIS W. GRAHAM K. LYIIE LIUSTAFSON ALEXANDER L. HAGLLIND .I AMES E. IIAVEL VVILBERT K. HARNENY' EDWIN R. HODCES ALBERT R. IMLE NIIKE A. IIONG0 EUGENE E. NIARSHALI. KENNETH D. INICCAIN CHARLES E. OTTO . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer ROY C. INICLEAN VICTOR MANN BENJAMIN E. NEFF FRANK P. RAUKTIS KENNETH K. THOMAS . President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM RANALLI DANIEL F. RING HENRY C. ROSSMAN XVILLIAM N. TAYLOR JOHN V. TIIOAIPSON STEPHEN A. UCIIEREK HARRY VOSIIALI. JIILIAN P. WILAMOSKI HI-LRMAN H. ZACHGO JACK ZIMEL CIIARLI-as W. CRAIN President VVII.I.I.IM F. MOON Ifire-President Barclay Fulmer Longo Ranalli 'l':Iylor Ring Newcomb Christman Graham McCain Benner Kmninski Gustafson Haglund V Fruin McLean Rossman Otto Boley Honeywell Voshall Neff McCormick Imle Moon Thompson Cmin Thmnns Del Beccaro Bennington Hodges Page 258 Ilow.xRn M. CHI-:NI-:Y Senior Manager BARBARA J. HARRIS l1'fmmn's .1flIYlllflPT University Concert and Entertainment Board MANAGERS Seniors liowARD M. CIIENEY BARRAR Juniors IIURERT J. FOMBELLI-I EVELYN J. MORTENSEN PAUL MOR.AN Sophomores EDWIN M. ADAMS MARGARET J. BARKER DIARY V. CADY 0svER P. CARMI NADINE E. CHENEY E. DIARCELLA CLIFFORD NIILDRED A. FISHER HOIIERT C. GASEN PIEIILLIP E. GORE PRYLLIS M. GRANT JEANNETTE L. HIcKOx ROSEMARY J. IRISII JOIIN G. JUNIUS THOMAS A. LINDLEY ELIZABETH M. LUCKHARDT RAYMOND P. MCCROSKEY BOARD OF ADVISO RS Faculty Member.S A J. HARRIS WALLACE M. MULLIKEN SARAH A. PATTERSON LOUISE M. PATELSKI DAVID H. PATTON MARIANNE C. PFEFFER AMY T. PLOCIIMAN MARY V. REACAN DOUGLAS E. ROSEBROOK DIILDRED C. SPIESMAN DOROTIIY G. TAYLOR JOIIN S. CR.-XNlJliI.L, B. S., C. E. LIARRY C. PAUL, Ph. D. LLOYD lhl4lliliY. A. B., B. Mus. FREDERIC B. STIVEN, B. Mus. Sluzlen t Members lVlARGARET J. MCCASKILL ROBERT P. STEVENS GRACE C. PRESLER RODERT A. WYNES HE Star Course, originally organized in 1902 as a lecture course, grew in response to student demand to include the supervision and management of all concerts and entertainments given at the University by professional organizations. It iS a non-profit organization, and now, under its new name, the University Concert and Entertainment Board, conducts the Star Course as a series of concerts by the finest obtainable talent. The University Concert and Entertainment Board consists of representative members from faculty and students, and selects the talent to appear during the year. The business staff is composed entirely of students, with a Senior Manager selected by the Board, and takes care of all negotiations and production work for the presentation of Concerts. Carmi Fisher Patton Pfetfer Junius Luckhardt Lindley N. Cheney Reagan Rosebrook Spiesman McCroskey Cady Ploclnnan Clifford Adams Irish Gasen Taylor Mor in Mulliken H. Cheney Stiven Morey Crandell McCaSkill Mortensen Patterson 53' fl I W. ' ' , '97I4"3-'W ' Page 259 Agriculture Council HoMER E. EDWARDS BYI-'oRD BAIN . TIMOTHY C. MINER . ELMER N. SEAKLS . VICTOR HAMMAN BEN N. SMITII . RICHARD H. SHADE PARKER J. ERICKSON JoIIN A. lu.-XTIII-IRS HAROLD W. NoLEN . WILLIAM H. CoRBET'I' HE Agriculture Council is under the direction of the president of the Agricultural Club, and is composed of the semester presidents MEMBERS . . . Dairy Club . . . Dairy Club . Field and Furrow Club . Agricultural Education Club . Agricultural Education Club . Agricultural Engineering Club . . Horticulture Club . . Horticulture Club W'II.I,IAIvI F. TURNER Presirlcnt, First Semester . Hoof and Horn Club . Hoof and Horn Club . Dairy Technology Society Page 260 of the specialized agriculture clubs: Hoof and Horn, Dairy, Field and Eurrow, Agricultural Engineering, Horticulture, Agricultural Educa- tion, and Dairy Technology Society, and any member of the Agricul- tural Club who holds an oflice in the National lntercollegiate Agriculture Council. It is the duty of the Council to see that the Agricultural Club, and the specialized clubs, improve their meetings and establish a program of work that promotes better agriculture and agricultural methods through these meetings and through conferences, lectures, judging contests, and other means to arouse interest in the College of Agriculture. It annually sponsors the Freshman-Faculty Mixer, the Little lnternational, the Ag Dance, the All-Agricultural Banquet, the All-Ag Field Day, and other more minor activities. Through its work it brings the agricultural students into closer contact with each other and their faculty, and with the field of agriculture. Joi-IN A. MATIII-:Rs President, Second Smzmslw await. Miner Smith Nolan Shade Searls Corbett Hzunnmn Edwards Bain Ronmrr I. Mm'cAl.F Co-Chairman TJ?" Evmmzrr W. EICHI-ZLKRAIIT Co-Chairman Vmcnzn M. HILL Dance Supervision Committee MEMBERS EVERETT W. EIQHEIJQHAUT ROBERT I. BIETCALF Co-Chairman Co-Chairman VIRGINIA M. HILL ROMAINE B. HUT'I'iTN LEO C. lxlACKELDEN RIGINALLY designed to serve in an advisory capacity, the Dance Supervision Committee has enlarged its functions so that it now manages ticket sales, helps in the preparation of budgets, and endeavors co insure the success of all the class dances. Selected by the Student Council in the Fall, the five members of this year's committee have materially aided in the achievements of the class committees working to provide inexpensive yet excellent entertainment for their classmates. The committee is responsible to the University officials in all its work, and it is to be congratulated for the excellent work it has performed this year. LEo C. Macriunas ROMAINE B. Hurroxv Page 261 Homecoming COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Arrcommoflations KENNETH D. lArlCCANN R0lllIli1' lxlUlll'HY RUTH E. RIEGEL Awards and Decorations VIRGINIA M. HILL Rf-union FRANCES E. ELFs'rRANn llobo Parade JAMES W. CAWOOD RORERT M. DERRouc11 Program C. KENT Ll-1lil'ER Slant Show FRENCH L. FRAKER SARAH J. FULTON ELsA A. Kocu Reports lxlAll'l'llA L. KOHN Badges HARltlll'l' V. BRADBURY Publicity lMlARY J. CHANDLER W1LL1AM A. lNrlARS'l'HLLAR Registration ami Information Bl-lT'l'Y DENIsoN OMECOMING was begun twenty-four years ago as a means of more closely uniting the University student body with the lllinois alumni. It is usually held over the week-end of the football game which is expected to be the season,s best, in order to attract the Alumni on their return to the campus. The Homecoming Committees arrange for Alumni meetings and good entertainment, as Well as providing the best service possible for the visitors. Fraternity and Sorority house decora- tion awards, the Stunt Show, badge and stamp sales, and Alumni regis- tration are some of the activities sponsored by the Homecoming Committees. SxNlfnRn XVATKINS General Clfairman Donorrn' A. STANDARD WOWlll7'l'S Chairman . ' VA: Af' - if ' A as . . R QW, L. ' ,Q L . ,, Koch Hill Marstellar Derrough Denison Fraker Riegel Elfstranml Chandler Murphy Leeper Bradbury Page 262 CHARLES C. CURRY flemzrul Clurirnlrna BIARY C. HIcNI.Icx' IVomfm's Chairman Dads' Day lI0lNlfNIlTTEE CHAIRMEN Executive Reception Rrzxroun NI-zwciomnz, JR. PHILIP li. Gone lxlARY E. lxlA'I'IlIAS Reports Acconzmodmiions Hrmlzem' B. JosI3I'II ELLMA FRANTZ M. EI,EANon GIJRMAIN ROBERT Mummy Publicity TUE-9 H. lsAIzI:I. DANLEY REGINA E. ELIQI-Qs WILLIAM A. lxlARS'l'ELLAR BRUCE A. KING Registration and Information Pro r I J . g am ALVIN 5. LILIINIANN C. KEN'l' LI:I:I'I:R AIARTIIA ll. RIISIQ ADS' DAY was conceived and made a reality by the late Dean Thomas A. Clark in l9l9 for the purpose of setting aside one day in each year on which the fathers of students might visit the University in a body and see the University in action. The day is combined with a home football game, a concert by the Menis Glee Club, and other forms of entertainment. Letters are sent out advising the fathers of the event by both the University aIId the Illinois Union. As a result of the founding of Dads' Day, the Dads' Association was formedg an organiza- tion which co-operates with the University and the Union in every enterprise. Gore Newcomb Frantz Looper Marstellar King Rusk Elkes L6lllllZlIlIl Danley Murphy St. Germain , e 263 PON the campus of the University of Illinois are many laboratories, but none for religion, since the University is supported by the state and may not teach religion. Foundations have been built by several denominations, the doors of which swing open to any student regardless of race, creed, or nationality. Experiments are constantly being tried. Many of the activities may be called short courses. Graduates have testified to their worth, stating that often in conducting activities in the communities where they now are, they have had to rely solely On their experience at one of the Foundations. Lutheran Student Association To maintain a Christian and social center for Lutheran students of all synods STAFF , Dwrcur P. BAIR . . . . . Director WALTER H. RUTH Associate Director STUDENT OFFICERS HAROLD A. BRADER ...., . President MARGUERITE BAKER . Vice-President MARTIN T. GARBE . . Secretary LEROY J. KOEHLER . .Treasurer MARGUERITE BAKER MARION BAUMHAUER HAROLD A. BRADER ,.. COUNCIL MEMBERS ANNA O. ESPEVIK ROBERT D. JACOBSON LEROY J. KOEHLER ELMER KREFTINC lirlAY H. Serum. Bair Griffin Jackson Krefting Yagow Kraetch A. Anderson R. Anderson Peile Raby Johnson Seidel Boe Maiwurm Koehler Garbe Baker Brader Espevik Jacobson Zimmerman Page 264 G. Ihulscm .lolmson Van Sivkle I.itell Guscn INIUOII VV. Iluclson Jacoby Rvinhslrili Stokes VVi1li:1111s Reid 'l'nhi:ls Burns Evans lilrmm Schultze Burl Ilodgson Iiivlmr RIUIIIIIOIIII XVIIISUII I'rimm Schroy Rive .- V i V , W esley Ii OI1f1dHtlOI1 JI church center for the religious and social activities of Metlzodist students STAFF PAFL I31sR'1i . . . . . . Director NIRS. ,loin W. 3I11.1.r:R . . . Hostess HUNII-III II. WA1.'1'A11RE . Area Executive STIEDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Iioumrl' B. WA1'SON . ....... . President I,1L1.1Arw I.. RICHMOND . . Secretary 1fHARl.+3s C. Broom . . Treasurer X I . 1 . MCK lnley I4 oundatlon A center provided by Presbyterians for student social and religious activities on the campus STAFF J. WAIJVILR INIALONE, JR. . . . Director ROY M. SMITII . . . . Associate Director ,IENNIS BARRY . . . . Counselor NIADCE S. SANNIANN . ...... . Counselor S'I'IfDEN'I' COUNCIL OFFICERS JAMES D. NIVIIORINIICK . ...... 5 . . President NIIIDIIED Ii. CHAPIN . . . Vice'President JAMES O. HARRIS . . Secretary Emi. F. IIHRZRERG . . Treasurer R. Smith Herzberg: Stuit Harris Dodd Mercer Malone .X nkrum Barry Helzxlulcr Fcttcrs Iikstrom ei,Q,'l1tln:1n W. Smith Moore Myers Skinner Chapin McCormick Sanmann Page 265 Tl-as 9' ff' ,D GF, 152- l, Z -9 Uv: 3 ,N W L7 ,J ,Y M fn Sian f b FEW ' J? AMAT lllini Theatre Guild MEMBERS l"ni111i:i:1m1it l,l'l'SlltllEI. . . . . Rvpresr-rzlalire, Mask and Huuble llliNRY S. Jos!-:PH . lJoNA1.n F. BROWN . Giioucn P. Ti'TTl.i3 . ll,mo1.n N. ll11.Li:1nmNn . AIINER ll. Kmciri' . . SARAH J. FULTON . . .Representation Picrrols . . . Representative, xlrepo . Reprcsentalirc. Players Club Represenmliz,-0. Unircrsity of Illinois . Rcprcsenlulirc, University of Illinois . Represwilzltive. WvtIV71llVl.S League lt: 'l'll A. I.YnnoN . . . Rf-prvsentulirv, Y. W. C. A. HE lllini Theatre Guild was established in l92Vl' in order to coordi- nate the play production activities of those campus groups organized for dramatic purposes. At present the Guild is composed of Mask and Bauble, Pierrots, and Arepo, each with the rank of memberg the Players Club as patron memberg and two Fm-:ni-ziucx LITSCHI-TL Chairman associate members, the Woriianis League and the Y. XV. C. A. For the 193349344 school year, the Guild has scheduled nine produc- tions by members and five produc- tions by its patron and associate members. It is the hope of the Guild to foster genuine creative activity within the student body and to give the campus and the commu- nity a chance to see important plays produced with sympathy and sincerity. The economic system's rapid change is creating an amount of leisure time for the average man that is unparalleled in history. The theatre is destined to be one of the most important forces in this life of tomorrow. It has thrilling and important work to do. The Guild is trying to keep itself vig- orous and forward looking so that it may be ready for new and fas- cinating fields of service. J. W 1451.1-xv Suzi Nsox Direwlor RICHARD H. I-LADLEY Technical Director Pay 0 26N Joseph Brown Litschel Hillebrand Fulton Knight Lyddon NI.aI.L:OI.NI J. GII.I.Is NIARY IC. PATTON ELMEII H. STONEHOUSE I'residmIf, FirstS1'mesier III-LLI-LN I.. ANDERSON HELEN H. BOSLI-LY ERNEST F. BVIIIII-2 ROIIILRT F. CIIRISTI-INSPIN IIARROI. T. Cox I,ILI.IAN R. GILSTER ROIII-:RT G. HESS DOROTIIY I. LINDENMEYER FREDI-IIIIIYK LI'I's4 III-LI, RVTII M. INIARTIN THOMAS J. MARTIN DOROTHY M. NORIIANIIIN DOROTIIY M. POIROT RIUIARII M. HAIIL BETTY ROSS BOIIILRT B. STALI-ZY ELMI-:R II. STONEIIOUSE JOHN D. TEDI-'ORD .,l1Ill.JN'S I'IR1NI-LSI' NI. BOCIN FLOYII D. CERF ICYI-II.YN M. COOIIING IJHYIIIS Ii. GRAY ,IIJLIA M. LAKE JOSEPH A. NIIKSAK .IOSEPII W. SCOTT IiA'l'III-IRIN!-I L. STIEGENII-1YI-LR NI-II.I.IE M. STUART JOSEPH YT. SCOTT President, Second Semester Mask and Bauble ' To foster campus dramalics. If U IL'I.TY IIIIIIIARII II. IIAIILIIY, B. S. SIIVI-IIIINA Ii. NELSON, A.M. IIUISICKT G. HENIII-1RsON, .L NI. .I. XVESLI-TY SWANSON, A. M. GR ADI 'NTI-I STUDENTS NIAKION I.. S'I'I'AHT I.Or1KwOOII IC. WILEY NIICNIBICIIS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors YIKLINIX .L 'IIIIENT I'RI:s'I'ON H. TUI'TI.I: V-.. f I I I I I E I FREDERICK LITSCHIGI. ffllibld I?4'prese1zfrlIi1'e I,itscIIeI Budde Rndl Blikszlk f'IlI'ISt0IISl'Il H055 Luke Russ Bosley Scott lhilstcr fiOOfIiIIg Stuart Wiley Cert' Poi mi T. Martin Bogin Page 269 Pierrots Merfs Honorary Dramatic Society FACULTY OLAP S. FJELDE, B. S. HAROLD N. HILLEBRAND, Ph. IJ. RICHARD H. HADLEY, B. S. J. WESLEY SWANSON, A. M. ROBERT G. HENDERSON, A. M. BRUCE WEIRILIK, Ph. D. R. LOWI-LLL BLANCHARD EUGENE F. BOND NORMAN F. CLARKE HENRY S. JOSEPH HARRIS S. KEMP HONVARIJ G. ACKER ERNEST M. BUGIN ROBERT F. CIIRIsTENsEN NATIIANIEL ll. COIIEN R. BIIRTON DI! VAL f3EORlQl-I GRANESTEIN EDWIN M. All.-XINIS JOSEIIII I. ADLER CHARLES R. FILIPIJI DANIEL E. GRADUATE STUDENT Loc KWOOD E. WILEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOHN F. KLEPINILER AARON R. KKTVAL JAMES E. BTQINIAHON RICHARD A. NIVNNECKI-I Juniors RIIDOLF J. HODAL ALFRED E. KIRK VVALTI-Ill W. LINDER EDGAR L. TWOORMAN Rl-IXFORD NEWCOMR, JR. Sophomores WILLIAM G. PINSLEY AMOS M. SCIIUSTER Freshmen .IOIIN D. NELSON CHARLES W. PFLACER DONALD B. RIEIIARDS FRANK W. SWANN IIORERI' C. REINHARD1' A. RICHARD RI-ZVELL .IAAIES R. SOAINIER I':l.MEll ll. SIONEIIOUSE f1llAlil.l-IS B. YOINGER LEWIS D. Sl'l.lT'l'l3ERlll-lR RllD0l.l'll C. WEIKE KANE LON V. PORTER FRANK W. SWANN President HENRY S. JOSEPH Guild Rr'pr0sentati'I-e Koval Clarke Filippi l'iIIsley Splittgerber q Clxristensen Schuster Newcomb Porter Klepinger Adler Lmder Qohen Reinhardt Younger Kirk Revell Wlley Page 270 FREDERICK LITsc'IIEL President 3? DIINALD F. BRIIWN mild1?epresenlufi1'e Arepo Opera and Light Opera FACULTY LANSON F. DEIINIING, B. Mus. RUSSELL H. JNIILE5, M. Mus. BRIICE R. FOOTE, B. Mus. FREDERIC B. STIVEN, B. Mus., A. A. G.O. RIIZIIARD H. HADLEY, B. S. KATIIIKYN J. SUTIIERLIN, A. B. MEMBERS IN UNIVICRSITY Seniors JVIAYHELLE K. ADAMS ANNE V. SIIERWIN PRESTON H. TUTTLE NIELVIN L. BALLII-ITT SAMUEL M. THICKEY Locxwoon E. WILEY CAROLYN H. BERT LORAINE J. BERT GERRALD T. BDRCIIERDT DONALD F. BROWN MILI!IIRN E. CAREY NORMAN F. CLARKE H:KlilJI.ll W. Donn ICVELYN V. GOIIN CLAUDE 0. HULICIQ EILI-IICN A. ,JASl'l:2li JEANNE'I"rE C. KEISER HELEN B. KURT FREDERICK LITSILIIEL LIRERU BIONACIII-ISI WII.l.IANl F. MQUN Bl-L'l"I'Y Ross Juniors 1'JLlZAIlE'I'H A. BILSIIQRROII WALTER H. DRAPER CIIARLI-is F. JUST RI-:XFQRD NEWILQMII, JR. J .milf 1 KA'I'HRx'N .I . SIYTHERLIN CHARLES M. SEI.DmIRIDcE lm-ef-for of Productions UN Carey Litsvhcl Stiveu Bullictt Muon 'l'I'ick0y Ilulick Dodd Clarke Bzlslmrmw Kciscr Adams Russ Jasper Kurt Page 271 Hflreeii Grow the Lilaosi' March ll-l2-l3-l9-20, 1933 LINCOLN HALL 'I'HIiA'l'HE DIRECTED BY Wizsu-:Y SWANSON Mask and Bltlllllffiti production, "Green Crow the Lilacsf' might have been Subtitled "An Old Songf' The author SllCf'l'i'llt?Li admirably in reraptnring the great range of mood whivh 1'haraf'terized tht- old folk songs and ballads he used to hear in his Oklahoma Childhoodvtheir quaintness, their sadness, their roliustner-ss, their silnpliffity, their hearty or bawdy humors, their sentimentalities, their melodrama, their touching sweetness. A complex plot, swift action, and all the other conven- tions of the ordinary theatre were thrown away in the attempt to represent a wide range of mood and feeling in the siinplest ol' stories. Curly McClain Cllichard Radlb sang the whimsical, haunting Cowhoy songs of the show, and Jester Fry lYork Bishopl was the mean, perverted hired hand who did what he vould to come lmetwc-en Curfx' and Laurey Willianis lllelen llennettl, the vharniing heroine of the pieve. sf age 272' .1 .ES V' 'TP ig? .5 Q i3flQ..,...fg ps, 'S f 2 QI gzfv Q ,X fe . Z 6 1, ' . Vi P - 52 'i .P lu uvrmuhqn lg mpg-qu A J A, fa , 3 1 i A L Ffxk if, 1- ff ? M. . N W1 N av' W " T T ....- if ' 'T X X k N 'W '- 1. Aifiu W 1 1 W --.1 ,, F.. is ,N , 40" 1' 'Z r U . H33 -S 3 i I hmm, 2 f . '55 ,ww MW, Mi. 'ff 5 ,f A E 4 it 1 wi-rw' ww-Mg if Eid www ru 1, ' x ,g , Hfiood Morning Dearie' Vt.. NOV0llll7t'l' fi--1-lil-ll, IJS5 LINKIOLN HXLI. 'l'HEYl'RE Illia!-:own BY IloBr:l:T HICNDERSON SUI. LQOIIICN, I ,'41 rzzluvlor As their annual produvtion, Pivrrols staged the popular niusicul comedy, 4'Good Morning lJea1'ic." The play opens in the dress shop of Mme. Bonipzzril llidith Buzyj, where the heroine, Rose Marie lAnnctle Wolframj, is employed as a rihhon girl. Billy Van Corllamll lflharles Younger? accompanies his l:lllllCC6, Ruby lMurcolh1 CliH'ordJ, to the shop. and falls in love with Rose' Mfl1'ie. More Complica- tions arise when Chusly Coslello 1Lowell Blunchardb, the QLIIIIQSICI' suitor of Rose Marie, learns ol' her love for Billy, and is all set to "put him on the spot." The action becomes more involved hut all ends well when Ruby elopes with Hillyfw vousin, Georgie il.on Porlerl, und Billy is free t0 lIlLi1'I'y Ruse illrzrie. of if E i' Page 27,4 "RZ A in 5 firm ., . we high-.fl fm , K' . wifv-rf, Nllhe Yellow Jacket XUX0llllWPI' ll-l3-25 l,IN11Ol,N HALI. Tlll-IATRE llimifzrmm BY Wil-ISI,EY SWANSOA Musk aincl lhiiilnlffs prmlliction "ll1e Xellow jacket. 21 drznnu in the Chinese trzulition, strung the jude lu-urls of fihineSe theatrirzil eonvention on u thread of lllllVt'l'hlll philosophy, love, and laughter. The seeneh were indicated lay signs, thu property inun lliockwood Wiley'l lnovell Cmn- plueently ulront lln- stage in the inirlalle of the action, while the Choruf voiced the sm-nes nnml the history lmek of the action. The whole pro- duction Inow-ll as slowly und sexism-ly ns the Spirits of the H1081 unvient and honorable iiliinvw zim'estors. The story of the play sets lu-lore us the everlasting appeal of II'lillQ'fllLil Self-saerifice: and it preweiits the ulwziys sympathetic figure of the right, ful heir ll'reston 'lluttlel recovering his place by his own powers. Page 275 Page Q7 ww HI Pagliaccin December I5-16, 1933 LINCOLN HALL 'I'HEA'I'RE DIRECTED BY KATIIRYN J. SUTHERLIN RLSSPILL Ii. MILES, Comluvlor AX very suCCessful attempt to bring grand opera to tho vanipus was inade by Aropo in the presenting of Leonca- vallo's opera, "l l'agliai41t'i." Frorn the Prologue, sung by the flown lBrnCe lfootel, to the stirring Climax, the audience witnessed the unfolding of the plot of this popular Italian opera with unusual interest. The main characters are a troupe of strolling players who present the traditional type of Harlequin and fllllllllllllllfi play to a group of vile lagr-rs. In this play within a play, Pfzglirzccio iLibero Mona- vhesil, arrives home to find his wife, .Yezlda fEileen Jasper! , unfaithful to him, Strangely enough, the situation is iden- tiral with the players real life, and he becomes so enraged at her refusal to divulge the nanie of her lover that he stabs her. ln her death agony she Calls for her lover, who is in the audience, and as he runs to aid her, he is also stabbed by I,!lgH1ll'!'i0. who then Cries to the audience, "La connnedia 0 linitalu-"The comedy is ended." ,K fW I, 1 I 1 4+ 6 .4645-o g - if mf' Obits -rl be 4- E W5 'Q' Hllnion NllI1StF6l Qhown january 5-6. l9fH LINQIOLN llAl.l, 'l'Hl'1ATKlQ DIRECTED BY SEVERINA NELSON MUSIC iw Dniii Sill-:1.'roN's OHf1ll1aSTHA Populzu' Chorus innnlnvrs and single und floulrle specialty acts again niurkecl the Illinois l'nion Klinstrel Show. Lou Overgztrd was the "head man" of the show, ussistefl hy his Stooges--Bluvbearrl, Eighz Bull, Pol- nsli, and Dcepsluff. Camille Fzirrura und Rivarrlo Torres uflflctl a touch of Old Spain with their clanm, "Lu Czn'mf:lita," in contrast to the Bell llop dumrtf of Nlurir Hunilschnh. The Lauisiille Lady. .losephinv Fzirrarzi. drew much applause by her vrooning, while Potaslz Luynlzin and Deep- stuj Seamzins, almost stole the show with their spontaneous humor anal pointless wit. Of course The Campus Svuulx. Blzinchard and Cohen, Came through with their nsuul entertaining acts and reveived ai great many laughs. It was at full evening of Entertainme-nt. Page 277 N1 .fix .' Nw f if M ggf T lhe Adding i laol1iI1e', By ELMER RICE March 8-9-10, 1934 LINCOLN HALL 'l'Hl-IATRE DIREQTED By W1-:sI.if:Y SWANSON This play of lilmcr Rive is an cxpressiorlistic exposk of the mimls and souls of "Wl1lIC-Vllllill'-S workers as I'CIl1'C- svnti-il lry Mr. Zwrn 156th Fessemlenl, who slaves mechan- ivully all day lung in an ollive, only to Conn: home to a Sl'Il'l'NVl5ll will' lllelerl Ruth Bosleyj who herules him for making: so poor ll living. livvn in puraclise Zero Cannot alvvliillatm' himself to il life in which desires and dreams iwwl not he siiplwesserl. "'l'l1e Adding XllN'l1llltf.i expresses the tragic-ily of thc- Hlllfllill?-Illllllltfd. inemliovrrf spirit, and Nlusk auml Balilblc mucle of it one of the most sincere und moving produc'tiuns the CLIIIIIIIIS has sec-11 in 1'ec'c-lit years. Qu A W-2 mm Page 978 wtar Course A-Xgziin this year the lfniversity Concert und Enterluininm-nt Board wisnted on its Stair Course un unusually line group of artists. the yie e uppeairzuue und reCep1ion of whom was u Coinpliinent to the intellevtuul and Cultural tastes of the Campus. john Charles Thomas, operatic' and c'onCert lmritone. opened the FPLI- son on October l8. He was followed lwy the Don flossuck Russian Mule Chorus. The nexi artists to entertain were joseph Szigeti. violinist, and the Sl. Louis Symphony Orchestra, which played two Concerts under the direction of Vladimir Cv0lSCl1Hl8llIl. Ted Shawn und his Ensemble ol Dancers ameured as a smcciul nuinlier, followed luv the well known l . l soprano, Dusolina Giannini. A second special alttractioii, the Roth String Quartet, Closed the season. rr g rf .5 HE ILLIO OF .f"""' -A ' fi-40 E 5 "' xfff nm xf 1 9 3 4 ' ,ifxffiffff 7,6 .fwfr-V' gg, V , at ."" 9' f R A .'JM" A X0 19 ff N 1" EREX1 Q ,Hz f 'ln . .Nm .f i 4555 295. 1, L .Af , nv: -G V 'Jw' ff :- Q M5 'ff r , J jj' '-'G Y N .BY Lf? ' fi?'5?,g ., fm ' W2 V QPSQ: ifffffff ifiiti fix 'Kiki'-12555 : 5 11 J ,Vilma ' .' -:THR A 31-- .65,,f,, . :5: "L"Q'Y .- 2, Q, '15 V55 15 fy ga V 3':-an M " - ?i"" ' 1 - :iii 1533: 'z 5 'ff VINCENT DEL BECCARO SANFORD WATKINS EDWIN H. BECKER . WALTER D. BOYLE MALCOLM D. CANTERBURY JANET L. CREUTZ FRANCES B. FAIN DORIS GIESECKE ROBERT A. GOPEL Senior Ball COMMITTEE l'IENRY G. HEURACII FRANCES M. H.ORNER BERTEL E. JONSON LESTER J. KEi.I.Y OSCAR R. KCI-IHN . C,1.l1i7'I7lllIl . C0-Chairnmn . . C0-Clzairnzali JULIA O. DTACPIIERSON VICTOR MANN VIRGINIA TVI. PARRISII WILLIABI J. PFISTER GORDON M. TERRY LE VONA VOIIQT INE hundred senior couples, on the night of June fifth, waltzed to the close of their active social life on this campus. The ultra- humid night could not douse the joyous spirits of the departing seniors. Decorations, cool and springlike, music, soft and dreamy, with formal evenin owns new and exotic, were a relief for the swa ine cou les 1 n P from examination worries. XYINCFINT DEI. BICCCARO ClIni1'1rIan HOWARD C. BLUE President, Second Semester Heubach Voigt Gibbs Giese cke Hammer Macpherson Terry Pfister Fain Puckett Blue Horner Gopel Parrish Friedman Creutz Tarry Mann Kuehn Jonson Boyle Becker Del Becca ro Xvatkins Horch Kelly Canterbury Page 282 me 15 . an 143 .21 r 9 f wigs.-, . , f , . ,im -.,,,.' z SANFORD WYATKINS CO-Cltmrmrm IEDXVIN H. BECKER Co-Chairman Senior Ball HONORARY MEMBERS TIOWARD C. BLUE .... . . Senior President BENSON L. FRIEDMAN JOHN W. HAnnur:R lhlARCIA K. PUCKETT ROBERT P. GIBBS GEORGE A. HORCH ANGELINE M. TARRY T ten o'clock on the night of June 5, nine hundred couples, most of them members of the graduating class and attending their last undergraduate social function, began dancing to the sweet music of the hands of Hal Kemp and Maurie Sherman. The New Gym was decorated to represent a formal garden with trail- ing roses and some novelty lighting effects to enhance the atmosphere. This Senior Ball, under the new one night plan, was one of the largest and most successful ever held. Senior Ball. June 5. 1933 Page 283 Junior Prom CONINIITTEE HUGH ILAY C0-Chairman HUGH L. RAY . . C0-Chairman BENJAMIN A. LERNER .... . . Ca-Chairman ELBERTA J. ALEXANDER FLOYD D. CERF BEULAH M. DALBEY R. LAWRENCE BALL Cr1Rrs W. CH1BUcos RUTH A. FERGUSON STANLEY H. BOYLE CHARLES C. CURRY GEORGE L. LA KAFF HE peak of the winter social season was reached on December 22, when the Junior Prom was attended by more than a thousand couples who swayed to the rhythm of Hal Kemp's famous band. The New Menis Gym, highly decorated, aiforded a most colorful background for the crowning of Ruth Ferguson, fifth Prom Queen at Illinois. Spectators in the balcony marvelled at the Howing music, the gay couples, and the . BENJAMIN A. LERNER novel decorations. 0,,.g1,,,m,wn M. Smith Chibucos Sindelar Thonmpson K. Smith Cerf Boyle Curry Levin Praeger Masiokus Sundquist I I I,:1 Ka1T Alexander Otto Ray Lerner Leeper Ferguson Bull WllHm0Skl Page 28,4 C. KENT Ll-1l11l'l-ZR Presirleut, First Srfmesler RUTH A. F1-:RGUSON Prom Queen Junior Prom COMMITTEE C. KENT Lui-LPER Junior President PIERMAN LEv1N KARL N. ROHLEN NIOUNTFORT H. SMITH FRANCES L. DIASIOKUS ROBERT J. SINDELAR DOROTHY L. SUNDQUIST CHARLES E. UTTO KENNETH A. SMITH JOHN V. THOMPSON DORIS D. PRA1-:GER JULIAN P. W1I.ANIOSKI HE big event of the Prom was the crowning of the prom queen, the lovely '4Curly" Ferguson. Upon the tall, modernistically built dais the queen was crowned amid the applauding and cheering of the sur- rounding crowds. Then more dancing, more music and specialties from the orchestra. And with the coming of the wee small hours the season's most formal dance was history. Junior Prom. December 22. 1933 Page 285 Pugr 726 Military Ball Present Arms! HE shined leather creaked as the officers saluted the flag at the end of the grand march which elimaxed the Military Ball of 1934. It was precisely ll o'clock, the night of April 6, that Student Colonel Franklin C. Emrick commenced the march. The New Gym was the only building on the Campus large enough to hold the Ball. Even though the hall is of huge dimensions it was the perfect setting for the decorations used to transform the room into a military post. From the dirigible in the sky to the T5 mm. cannons that flanked the bandstand, the military atmosphere prevailed. Jan Garber and his great band swayed the crowd with their soothing music and humorous entertainers. The gleaming spurs and the shined brass. con- trasted with the brilliant formal gowns, stood out against this back- ground. The Military Ball has become the outstanding dance of the year. because it is limited to military men and a few outstanding civilians on the Campus. The Ball is managed by the Military Council with the Cadet Colonel as the chairman. The men are members of this council for their outstanding place in Military activities. Any money that is made above the planned budget is placed in the Military Fund and distributed among the various units to aid them in making military life more interesting, and to aid in increasing their functions. tltnm' Cox.. l-'1mNK1.1N G. PLMRICK Chairman Military Ball. April ti, 1931- Col.. FRED R. BRONYN C07ll7l1.Cl7I.d!L nt FKAN lil.lN C. EMRICK LOLRS F. ALYEA HOWARD C. BLUE AI.lll41H'l' E. CARLSON ELDON B. COLECROVE RORERT J. CRANER RICHARD A. DUFE IIAROLD P. ECHTERNACII DONALD I.. FAULKNER Milliwfy Ball COMMITTEE W1LL1AxI D. FOOKS BOR J. GARRARD HENRY C. HEURACH ROBERT R. HOLLAND RAYMOND R. INIANION LEO P. NIORGAN CHARLES A. OLSEN ROY V. RIGIITER . Clllliflllllll JEROME B. ROS!-ZNSTIEL JOSEPH W. SDAMEL FLOYD B. SIMMEN WAYNE G. SMITH HAROLD E. STURMAN BODO W. TIMMERMANS JAMES M. TURNER HAROLD A. WALLACE Hcuhnvh Alyca Slunnel Culegrove Righter Blue Munion Duff lwhtcrnuclx Morgan Faulkner Fucks Wallace Hollancl Sinnnen Smith Turner Garmrml Exnrick Carlson Olsen Rosenstiel 287 WALTER D. BoYl,L NICHOLAS P. ALEssI EDWIN H. BECKER FRED H. BENNINcToN HOWARD C. BLUE JANET M. CAMPBELL EDWARD J.HELLB11lTlI MALVIN M. HICKINIAN enior lnforrnal COMMITTEE DAVID J. JoIINsToN lil-IRTEI. E. JoNsoN ANNE lxlARONEY EI.1zARETII MURDOCK CHARLES E. SAWYER I.ENoRE SCIIARSCHUD Cfmirnzarz BEATRICE N. Sil.YER PAULINI-I M. STI-lWART KENNETH D. TuoxIAs HARoLD TUCKER FRANIQLIN J. VERNON ALWIN E. WIANIJERER SANEIJRD WATK1Ns HE first of the Hnew dealw Senior lnformals was held in the New Gym, December 8, with Paul Specht and his internationally famous orchestra administering to the musical needs of the occasion. This was the first time that the Senior Informal was given a week-end of its own. and was not held as a follow-up to the Junior Prom. The favorable results of this plan will probably mean its continued use in coming years. . y,-.,gfe'- 'Q- ,,f ai VVA LTER D. BOYLE Ch ll irm an BENSON L. FRIIQDMAN Senior I'rf'sidenl Vernon Hickman Hellmich Thomas Gopel Blue Wanderer Bennin ton Tucker Scharschug Murdock Boyle Campbell Mnroncy Becker Page 289 JoHN .I. BR,xNnI.IN C0-Cll!1iI'llllHl 'QU' CARM .KLFTA l. BIXBY Co-C'hai1'mmI JoIIN J. BRANITLIN CARMALI-LTA I. BIXBY WILLIAM J. BURNS NEIL D. CLINE JoIIN T. DIIPFNER JUSILPH M. GARTNER JoIIN S. GILL NIARIAN J. GROSS MARGARET J. BARKER CILDA BI:vII.ACQUA JULIA V. DANIEL ophomore Cotillion COMMITTEE EDWARD S. GROSSMAN 'l'III5oDoRI: G. HOFFMAN KI-:NNETH D. DICCAIN WILLIAM B. BICKINSTRY FI.oRINI: E. Pl-ITRI JA MILS M. ROBERTSON IIONORARY MEMBERS RUTH R. KocII SARAH R. BIARSIIALL . Co-Chairman . . C0-Chairman IILNRY C. ROSSMAN lil-IIKNARD M. SILYERMAN liIm'ARn J. STACK WESLILY E. STARK ELI-ZANOR G.T1IOMAS 'l'IIoMAs K. WIIILIABISON LAWRENCE C. SMITH lWlAIiJORIE M. VOIGT BHNOTI: H. WIKI? N the wintery atmosphere of the Gym Annex, decorated to lend an antarctic touch to the occasion, on the night of January 19, the sopho- more class held its annual Cotillion. The dance, which was one of the highlights of the Social season, owed no small measure of its success to the tuneful melodies of Ace Brigode and his Virginians, and to the music for the Grand March which was arranged especially for the occasion by Ray Dvorak. Ilaimmett McCain Hoffman Graham Gartner Imle Willizlmson Robertson Cline McKinstry Stark liossxnzui liI'0SSlIlfI.Il Fulmer Burns Gill Bevilacquu. Thomas Gross Bixby Branmllin Marshall Petri Barker Page 289 Pan- H ellenic S'I'I:I'III1N P. SHOENIAKER EI,IzAI:I:'I'II SCHICIIT . liosI1oI1T. COOK 1t.u.I'II M. FISIIEII WlI.I.IAM P. CERIIER IIOWARD C. HAR1'NlAN EDWIN M. JONES IIENIIY S. JOSEPH COMMITTEE 'l'IIoxIAs B. KENNEDY LEROY IC. KRIIGGEI. MAIIOAIIE1' J. MCCASKILI. LA JUNE Mt1IN'I'IIIE .IOIIN G. MII.I.EH Ball Clmirmfm . Co-Cfirlirmmz ll. GI-1oIIcI-:'r'I'E PIERCE VIII-1IiI:Int:KA F. SAMISCII liAltI.'l'0N S.SMI1'II YIIIMNIA A. 'I'REN'r WII.I.IMI F. Woons HE Greek aristocracy of the campus held its exclusive. annual dance, Pan-Hellenic Ball, at the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel, on March lo. This year the ball was not open to all Organized students as last year, but instead the affair was attended by only two representatives from each fraternity and sorority in the Interfraternity and Pan-Hellenic Councils. Imported and local feminine charm, splendid music, and attractive decorations, lent to the dance the atmosphere of a college formal in all of its attractiveness. ,J S'l'l'Zl'HI'TN l', SIIUICMAK f'l1uirm rm liI.Iz.IIxI'xI'iI St'IIIt'IIT f'4l'f,',lfliI'IHllH Kruggel .Jones Kennedy Joseph Woods Fisher Gerber Trvnt MCCaskill Cook Pierce Miller Gibbs Smnisch Smith Schicht Shoemaker Mclntire llilfilililll Page 290 K II: N NIf:'I'I-I D. '1'IiOMAs UIIYCIA rz irmun unorganized campus people the chance to li 170-Cllrzirvrlvzn Own 1 X'l'HIClIINPl R. DAVIS KENNE'1'H D. THOMAS CAIIIERINE R. DAVIS QSENEVI EVE ANDERSON WIINIIELL F. BARCLAY FRED Il. BENNINGTON CIIARLES T. BLACK CIIARLES V. CHAMPION FRANCES M. COURLEY ,lAMESD.BENN1-IR C. li ROGER FRUIN i-Hila Ball COMMITTEE DTALVIN M. IIICKMAN FLORENCE G. KERNS ROY C. NTCLEAN VICTOR lYlANN VVII.I.IAM F. MOON BEN E. NEFF HONORARY COMMITTEE Co-Chairman . Co-Chairman A. ETABEL OlDONNEI.L DOLORES C. SANDRY JEAN SCIIAFPER ELIZARETII STRADER FAvI:TTA E. TOBIAS C. CERALDINE WIIIIIIABIS IIJIIARD FULMER FRANK GRAHAM C. WILLIAM HONEYWELL HE Mi-Hila Hall is backed by all independent students. It is designed to give the ave a spring formal Of their sponsored by the lndepenclent Council, and is similar to the fraternity dances. 5 E I I V .,.,..IIeII BenI1inggtun XVllllill1lS Chzunpion Strzlder Ixnclersorm luCII6ilIl McIntyre Hzlmlzxy Tobias Hlilllll hmm Guurley Crain Davis TllUIll2lS " ' banriry SCDEIHCI' F ine Arts Ball COMMITTEE HOWARIJ C. BLUE . Chairman ANNE AsII ALFRED E. KIRK llrlARY V. BIILLS BIILBURN E. CAREY KENT LANE Es'1'IIER E. llflO0RE BEULAH M. DALREY FREDERICK LITSCHEI, BIORTON A. NEWCOMR JOHN W. DAVIS WILLIA M R. LYON lNlAliY V. SAVAGE ROBERTA B. ELVIS - JULIA O. NIACPHERSON BETTY J. SMITH MAX G. FULLER DARYLE M. BIESKIMEN MAX 0. URRAI-IN TIIEODORE HOEI-'MAN JACK W. ZIMMER OLLOWING the custom established last year, the Fine Arts Ball, on February 16, was held in the impressive atmosphere of the Hall of Casts in the Architecture Building. The hall was decorated with murals depicting scenes from toylandg the dancers' costumes were unique and followed the theme of the decorations, in depicting char- acters from Mother Gooseland. Joe Chromis and his band supplied the music for the dance of the toys. WY' Q? Meskimen Carey Litschel Newcomb Zimmer Fuller Urbah Hoffman Davis Kirk Elvis Dalbey Smith Moore Savage IIUWVARD C. BI.I:I Clizzirmzm lWlII.IlURN E. CAREX President Il Lane Lyon Macpherson Page 292 A CALVIN C. 'l'RoTTER Chairman CALVIN C. TROTTER EVELYN BLAZEK DERRICK L. BREWSTER HELEN DREIS ROBERT K. FIERSTEN Freshman Frolic COMMITTEE BARBARA K. HOWELL GEORGE A. KAESAR JOHN I. KINKAID FRANCIS MCKIMMEY Chairman NANCY F. RILEY LESTER H. SENGENBERGER lN1ARY M. SOLON JOHN R. STEINWART JOIIN K. HAGGERIY WILLARD O. NELSON GORDON G. WARIJER ALEXANDAR L. HAGLUND ANN NOEL WILLIAM G. WHYTE HELEN V. HOUSE HE Freshman class made its Social debut on the Illinois campus, on the evening of January 20, at the annual Freshman Frolic. The fact that this dance was held the day after the Cotillion and used the same decorations is no indication that it was not a highly original and spontaneous affair. In fact, it was so successful that the class of '37 is not likely to forget very soon this enjoyable evening it spent dancing HENRY WILSON President, First Semester to the strains of Jack RusSell,S music. Kaeser Warder Solon Blum Whyte Nelson Stein wart Blazek Wilson Howell Brewster Haglund House ' Trotter Noel Page 295 ROBERT M. ILARRISON BYEORD W. BAIN ELLEN H. BEARD lwlI,DRi'1D R. CHAPIN WII,l,AllIJ J. CORBE'l"i' EDMUNIJ C. IJAILY CATH!-LRXNE R. DAVIS Ag Dance fiUNINll'I"l'IiIi l',xRRER ,l. liRn:14soN S'l'ANl.Ev E. llAlQl-IN i'NlARY ,l. IRWIN Sl-ILMAR L. lil-ZIIMANN W1l,l.1Am S. M1:KowN Cfzairman '1'1mo'i'HY G. NIINER HAROLD W. NOLEN wV1I.I.IABi R. PETERSON RALPH B. PEVERLY BEN H. SMITH lVlELVlN R. STENGEI. NCE again dignity, formality, and style were cast aside for the evening of the Ag Dance at College Hall. True to rural custom, the Ag and Home EC students donned overalls, straw hats, bandanas, and gingham dresses. True barn-dance hilarity prevailed as the dancers dispensed with chairs and sat on the Hoof or on bales of hay. The gayety and informality of the every one who attended. dance made it a pleasant evening for Iimilclvi' NI. IIAR1usoN f'liuirnm ll .limx A. XIATIIICIKS President sw :, lingrcn Mcliown Lehmann Corbett Shade Miner Smith Erickson Peverly Peterson Bain Duilv Nolen W Irwin Mzitlxcrs Chapin Harrison Davis A Stengel Beard Page 204 3 I NIARK O. ROBERTS ROlllEll'l' R. lXlURPHY l'lEl.liN E. DUPPE LIQVUNA VOICT . lvlllllAM C. SEIDEL . BIARK 0. lilllll-1lITS Chairman, S'um1ner Prom .l0Sl-Il'll R. ROSBOROIJGII . CIIARLES CAMPBELL I.EoN H. CASSITY JoIIN D. CLANCY CIlAliI.l-18 W. CRAIN ROlll-IRT J. CRANER DoNAI.n K. ECKFELD ALIIA H. FRESH uminei' Entertainments COMMI'l"l'EliS Chairman, Summer Prom . Chairman, Summer Entertainment Committee . Chairman, Summer Informal Co'Chairman, Summer Prom . C0-Chairman, Summer Entertainment Committee WIAYNES GATES FRANCIS W. GRAIIAM NIARIE C. HEllll'EN lxllLDRED A. HoIJcEN ELI-ZANOR G. HowE FRANK E.KINS1NGl-lR lxlAKY E. LEEDS Co-Chairman, Summer Informal I,owEI,L R. MCCONNELI. ESTIIER OHDONNELL ALICE E. RATLIFF RQIIERT L. Rl-JDFERN ELSIE L. SCHAEFER KATHRYN SELLERS JoYcE O. ZIIIMERMANN CIIARLES R. FIILMER HE social events of the Summer Session were handled by three committees: the Summer Entertainment Committee, which spon- sored weekly mixersg the Summer Informal Committeeg and the Sum- mer Prom Committee. The peak of the social events for the session, the Summer Prom, was held July 7, on Robesoifs Roof. Between the superb music and the cool breezes of the roof, it was a great success. The climax of the evening ROBERT lt. Ml7Rl'HY , was the crowning of Alma Frese as Summer Prom Queen. Chairman, Sunimer Entertailiment Committee Gates Grulmin Eckfelrl Sellers Craner Howe Clancy Cassity Kinsinger Frese Hodgen Fulmer Leeds Crain Ziminermann Campbell 0'Donnell McConnell Sc-lmefer Roberts Hempen Murphy ltatliff Rosborougli Duppe Rerlfern Page 2 St. Pat's Ball COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING COMMITTEE FREDERIC E. Srxour . . . . . Chairman T C Fmmmc E. STROUF Chairman CLIFFORD M. ANDREWS VIVIAN G. KAUEMAN JOSEPH A. PASK WALTER M. ENGER JAMES E. MCMAIION JoHN J. STROIIL WILLIAM H. GROUNDWATER Q I X i HE engineers gathered socially for the first time in three years to . I I inaugurate Engineers, Day on the Illini Campus. The first annual 5 3 hall, in memory of St. Pat, the patron saint of student engineers, was held on March I7 in the ballroom of the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel under the sponsorship of the Engineering Council. Amid the charming decora- tions, the motif of which was the Shamrock, and to the strains of the varied arrangements of Stanleyis Sunnybrook Orchestra, the dancers thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The climax of the evening was the crowning of Williarn F. Barnes, Jr.. as the venerable St. Pat for 1934. The Coronation was performed by Professor John S. Crandell. Wnugiil ZQEARNES Strohl McMahon Groundwater Strouf Enger Kaufman Andrews Doland Pask Page 296 Social HE depression was officially over as far as the social functions at the University were concerned. A very fine and successful social year was s - E vents splendor of thc Military Ball review, and thc hilarity and Costumes of thc Ag Dance were highlights of the social calen- dar. Because of the unusual brought to a close by the Senior Ball. Nationally known orchestras, beautiful decora- tions, and a jolly atmosphere were to be found at every func- tion. The crowning of the beautiful Prom Queen, the cooperation of the Student Council, the Dance Supervision committee and the Committee on Student Affairs, it was pos- sible to make the past year's social functions a success in every respect. Page 7' 1 THE ILLIO OF .f"""" Y GPX 1 Q5 fx I I !lQ,i Zfffig' X7 J' Xcel Qixasnv Q i 5'?7FHYv XR 'I' 1 9 3 4 f a WI., , - i ,ff xx- ' F' 'dug' g ' NV 4' I ,.',.,,::xf,v'4 ax 5 A f1,.,f'-.x 1 ' '4'f9!O ZW' t J Qs 29 WE :Eg ff-wx -f? K" f' , .WX .ff ' -J tx J , ',.'i'a '. N ,iff " N X. :.::: .9 X ,V ., ,,, ami - ,- US A. AUSTIN ll,xim1Ni, . ltnxioxn F. Dvouua Cimimxi T. Ori-ziuzmin Honixen B. lNm:A1.1.s University Bands . Treasurer mul . . Director .fissistunt Director lssislanl Comluctor Business Mazinger Mimnzax E. Cuiizv . .... Quarlermfzszcr lllIl.IiURN E. Cxuiir . . 1,I't'Sil1t?Vll Gi3n,x1.n T. Boiuzuiziurr . . Vice-l're.siilwzt lXllQI.VIN L. liAI.I.IIr1'I"I' . . Sccrclary lhll-LLYIN L. BAl.I.IE'I'T . . Librarian WELFARE COMMITTEE RAY I. Siuwi. fil'li'l'IS NI. Ei.i.io'r'1' l.i1oNARn I.. S'I'I-LIMIJQY WvlI.I..-XRD E. SKIIINIOIU-1 HE University Bands comprise three organizations: the Concert Band, the First Regriinental Band. and the Second Regimental Band. Page 700 Places in these organizations are determined by examination, and serv- ice in them takes the place of the required military drill and tactics. After satisfying their military credit, members of the Concert Band and selected members of the First Regimental Hand receive a stipend amount- ing to the animal fees required from students residing in lllinois. The Concert Band is composed of selected musicians whose main purpose is to study and perform the higher forms of music. The First and Second Regimental Bands furnish the necessary music for military ceremonies. parades, etc., and serve to train members for the Concert Band. ln addition to numerous concerts on the campus, the Concert Band makes an annual tour of mid-Western cities. ln October the Band played a series of Concerts at the Century of Progress Exposition and had the honor of being the only band whose expenses were paid by the Exposi- tion oliicials. The Concert Band was asked by station WGN of Chicago to play a series of concerts over that station during the past winter. The University owns a most varied and complete instrumental equip- ment. The band library, which is one of the largest and finest in the world, includes an especially fine collection of foreign band music. To this very large and complete collection of band literature there has been recently added the entire personal library of the Sousa Band, which was bequeathed to the University of Illinois by the famous bandmaster, John Philip Sousa. The consolidation of these two band libraries makes available to the University of Illinois Bands what is undoubtedly the g-reatest collection of music for the modern concert or symphonic band in this country. A. Acsrix HARDING Director RAYMOND F. IJVORAK Director, First Regimental Baud GRAHAM T. Ov!-:RnARn Wonductor, Second Regimental Band MILIIURN E. CAREY President Concert Band ROSTER, 1933-1934 Bflat Clarinets TCURTIS M. ELLIOTT TCHARLES J. SLATER TMELVIN L. BALLIETT TLEROY R. SCI-IILTZ ALONZO F. LAPE ARTHUR R. STOVER TBYRON B. WYMAN CARL BARTLETT TDONALD S. MITCHELL TBRINTNEL R. NEWLON WILBUR A. SMITH TJACK R. KIRKPATRICK THARRY K. THRASHER THAROLD A. JOHNSON TFRED C. ARTHUR TLEONARD K. HAYS TWESLEY L. EDDY GEORGE E. TROUTT ROBERT A. PATTERSON NIORRIS F. MILLICAN CARL W. MORTENSON ROBERT W. PELATOWSKI THOWARD P. HETZNER TRICHARD P. CADDICK TROY W. BROOKS E-flat Clarinet TOLIN L. BROWDER Alto Clarinets FREDERICK W. WESTPHAL TJAMES A. LARSEN TRICHARD W. NORTON TEDWARD J. VAN LOON Bass Clarinets TRICHARD H. WILEY JULIUS J. TURK ITOWARD W. WELLING 'FLOUIS M. KESSLER Contra-Bass Clarinets TEDWARD GLASS "'MAHLON B. MERCER Soprano Saxophone TJOHN R. COOK Flutes and Piccolos TPHILLIP W. MCDOWELL TRICHARD S. COWAN TROBERT C. HIERONYMUS JAMES R. BLAKEMORE TFRANK L. HALFIN DAVID C. WELLINC TVINCENT W. ERICKSON Marirnba TRALPH E. BEVIS TCARL P. BURMAN Timpani IRWIN H. KRASS-KESTIN EARL R. BENEDICT Drums TORVILLE W. ELDRED JOE B. TNTULLINS Ross C. LYMAN WILBUR T. ROTH Cymbals TLOCKWOOD E. WILEY Propertymen TLAWRENCE C. ALTMANSBERCER WENDELL P. KEITH Trumpets - HARRY W. DURAND SAMUEL M. TRICKEY EARL C. HULETT WESLEY L. REEDER French Horns CHARLES M. SELDOMRIDGE WILLIAM S. SCOVILL KERN W. DICKMAN WILLIALI E. DETURK HAROLD W. DODD ffNam.es prereded by T indicate those who wear the varsity band emblem. Names with I' indicate First Regimental Band members selevted to augment Convert Band on special occa.9io'n.s.J RICHARD W. SANBORN RTELVIN A. GOLDBERG WILLARD L. ECKHARDT Trombones SANFORD A. BERG RICHARD S. LEONARD JOHN M. DAVIES LEVERNE D. HUDSON Bass Trombones TJAMES W. SCHRODT TEURY E. STRANGE Euphoniums E-flat Flute ALFRED W. BORG Ohoes 'TMILTILIRN E. CAREY HARVEY C. ZORN TWILLIAM W. LANGERARTEL TROBERT C. ECKHART English Horn HARVEY C. ZORN Heckelphone TROBERT C. ECK HART Bassoons TFRED T. MARSHALL TRAYMOND F. DVORAK TRAY I. SIIAWL TROBERT P. PERRIN TRUSSELL E. HACKLEMAN Alto Saxophones TBOLIVAR S. RTCDOUGAL 'HOSEIIH SCHNEIDMAN TBENJAMIN V. KIRK Tenor Saxophone TBOHUMIL F. SCHUBERT Baritone Saxophone TGEORCE T. AUSTIN Bass Saxophone TWALTER D. WHITNEY Comets TCARL R. WOOD TROBERT P. BOWDITCH TGERALD T. BORCHERDT TCLAUDE O. HULICK TALLEN BRITTON Fluegel-horns TGRAHAM T. OVERCARD TBERNARD BERKOVITZ TAMBROSE ELLIOTT Contra-Bassoon WILLIAM N. TAYLOR Contra-Bass Sarrusophone TROBERT P. PERRIN String Basses TRICHARD M. RADL 'HOHN H. BALDWIN Harp TEDNA A. NIICHAEL Baritone THARVEY W. GEIST Basses DAVID RTOS!-IS CLEMENT E. ROWE WAYNE D. HUDSON THAROLD H. RTITCHELL TJOHN L. MORTON Drum Majors CARLTON P. RUSSELL TLA VERNE D. COOLMAN CARL P. BURMAN TROBERT B. CAMPBELL WILLIAM A. NEWTON Page 301 niversity Orchestra ROSTER, 1933-1934 IFIIIILIIIIQIIII: B. STIVEN l'onrIur'tor FREDERIC B. STIVILN . . . . . Comiuczor ARTHUR E. COIIEN . . C0l'll'CI'IflI1?iS1Ul' First Violins Vinlas Flules Trlmzpcls ARTHUR E. CIIIIIZN HITTII M. RIARSII HAROLD H. WICII IISRAR A. KIIIiI1'Z I.oIvIs L. DIIRFLINCI-:R IIAROLYN H. RI-:RT SAMUEL M. TRICKEY CHARLES W. Rom-:RTS I.IIlIILLE K. IIANSSEN NIARY J. WERERI9 'NIARIETTA B. 'I'I'CRI:R EIJWARD M. RI'Rs'I'I-:IN RACHEL I.. SAIITII DIJRIYI' HY TRAIYIIIN ZELMA V. CVNNINQLIIAM .Svrnnml Violins HI-ILEN J. KIIRT ALDEN H. TRICKIIIY RIIHIAM J. SAVACI: D0Ro'I'HY S. Rom. FRANKLIN M. JI'vINAI.I. RICHARD C. HAI.I. LowEI.L A. NYE RIARTHA IC. BROIII-IRSON IVIYRON A. I'II.I.l0'I' TRACY L. BESWIIIK RIARY Y. RRACAN Vi l.uIIAIIwI: .l. BERT FRI-ill J. IIVRER S'I'AxI.I:Y Il. VNVHITE SIDNEY Il. RARCOCK ICARI. R. RILNEDICT NIARlGARR'I' I. IVIADDEN ADA II. IIIQNKY HI-:NRY A. III-LI.l.ER ICIINI-3s'I' IC. IIE'I'I'RK olzzrzvvllnx MARCAIII:'I- ll. SIILIIA N IILIENN I.. l1I.ARIc III.III1R'I' I'. IIARTER JAAIIQS R. SKIDIIIORE KA'I'III.vN F. OI.ss0N III1I.I:N Ii. JACKSON Rl"I'II MIISIIER OIIAI. I. KREIC ICDNA Kul.I.I:R IJIIINAID C. RADCLIIEFE IIHIII.-XRD S. IIIIWAA DOROTHY I.. I'ARRI-:R VIVILLARD H. S'l'I'lYRNSOX Pirrwrlu IJIIIIOTIIY I.. I'ARRI:R Ufmcs MII.IIIiRN Ii. CARI-:Y IIAIII EY CI. ZIIRN l.ARI. l'., BRI.m.III.R Ifrzglisli Horn HARVEY ll. ZIIRN lflru incls AI.oNz0 F. I.xI'r: NI!-ILVIN E. RAI.I.II:'I"I' ARE A. I'AII0'r'1'I 111153110718 RI'ssEI.I. E. HACRI.ExIAN JAMES D. 1,IAXlI'lSEI.l. RAYMOND F. IIHIIIAR Basses IiI.IzARI:'I'II A. BILSIIORRUII' HUWS BRINTNEI. R. NEwI.0N l1IIARI.Es M. SEI.DmIRIDcE VERA G. WIl1'I"l'ED fIA'I'III:RINI1 IIOLCII EIJVI ARD fl. RYVASCIIER WILLARIJ L. I'RlKIlARD'l' WII.I.IAIII Ii. DI1'l'IrRR KERN W. DICRAIAN EIIIQRY G. RI7'I'HERI'oRD II. BI.oNDI:I.I.E I':l.IlRlDGE 1.l..-UVDI-IO. HI.'l.IlI1i CARI. R. XVUUD .'XI.I.I-IN RRI'I"I'oN Tram 111111125 .IIIIIN N1.IJAvIEs RICHARD S. LEONARD .lAwII:s W. SCIIRODT IIOIlI'lR'I' W. HVRSII Tufm II.-XI'l. R. Rzumx Timpani IRWIN II. KRASS-KESTIN IICTUUSXIIOII IIARnI.D H. REED WI:sI.EY I.. REEDER I.IICRwooII Ii. WILIIY JIISIQIIII R. 3IIfI.l.1NS Harps IsARI:I. R. WRAY CIR.-HIE G. PRESLER Lflnrariun IAIRAINI: J. BERT 'age' 302 Fm:m-:mc B. S'r1vnN Comiurfor The University Chorus HE University Chorus has numbered 165 members for the past year. For the Messiah perform- ance in December, various members of the church choirs of the Twin Cities were invited to par- ticipate in the singing of this great oratorio, augmenting the Chorus to nearly 200 members. The University Orchestra played the accompaniment for the Messiah performance, and the soloists were Kathryn Janie Sutherlin, soprano, LeRoy Hamp, tenor, Bruce R. Foote, baritone, of the School of Music Faculty, and Ruth Marjorie Slater, '33, of Chicago, who sang the contralto solos. In January a performance of the Brahms Requiem was given, with Bruce R. Foote as soloist. ln March the opera, Faust, by Counod, was given in concert form, on the date of the seventy-fifth anniversary of its first performance. The local soloists were assisted by two artists from Chicago. Director Frederic B. Stiven is the Conductor of the University Chorus. Page 303 I en's Glee Club D111f.I1'1 lf. CO'1'fI' . W'11.L1A3I E. S'I'I:1'11Ns . . CIIARLES '1'. RI1:1IARDs . l'vl'IAXI Tefzrrr 1111111-I1i'I' 1'. 1111.115 RALPH K. 131-3111: CARI. W. BIRRY CIIARLE5 E. DA11sON H11I.E1: 1'I1II111'I' 111:1:1N.AI.11 F. FISHER VFARD 111. FIs1II:R 1111.-1111.125 W. 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NlOR1.AN 1v1N 111. 0111.11 vF1I.IA11D OLSON 1'1I,I1ON D.1,lJ1N1-21. 11.11. 11. 11111111 YIQRNON S. RO1:RI-3 GEORGE 112. 1.-1N1.1: JOHN 1-1.1.1N11 .1. DAYTON X11I111b11N11C1i F111iDER11Z1i A. N1l11.XIfG111.1N BERT Nl. X11:1iIiI-3 JOHN J. x11'l11i11 111AHLON 11. MI:R1:11R 111.-XRVIN 11. N.1111.II DARR1-11.1. 11. 1'AI1I4ER 1lHARI,1:s '1'. 1111 11ARDs 1,111-XR1.1-1511.111111155115 JOIIN L. RYDI: .IANIES W. 511111111111 HAROLD W. 5311111 111. O1iI.1XN1l11 STARR CARL J. NV1-IINN1 NN 1111111 11 HOPIQ1 111' N1'1'11111I B1Ls.s JJDRY 11- 30551115 FRANK 13. -XNI111RsON xXrl1.I.IANl Cf. RYAN v1f1I1.I,A11Ib,1. 5131118115 11160111.15 H. S'I'A1:1:s 1111111-:I1'I' 1'. STE1'13Ns XVlI.1.lAR1 E. S11-111-INS 11. 1'11.S'1'UX STRANLI1 x11I'I111i.1. STRA1'ss 111-10111-1-1 11. WIINIIN Sll1i1.11Y W. SIIHIHONS 1'vi'7'f H"-'f' 1iI'1L1:N1: F. SI OYRI: FR11IDRl1'11711111-Q1I,N1-ANN .-XIAIN 11. XVII-IN1l1.IJ 1'11.'1'ON K1. XX1II.LIA1IS 1iOI1ER'1' W. 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XKVINCENT 11. 111-LHR 1,WIG11'1' 11. 1lO'I"I' FREDRI1: 1111111111 R1L11'1A11Il S. 11111sON xv11.1.1ANl W. 11I'11sON .'x1'lQ1'S'1' X. K,'K'1"1' ERIC K1. 1.AI1sON .IAHES A. M1:l1ARD WILERED W. M1I.I.E11 1CI111ARD J. N1Y11111S 1111I1I.-XRD U. NIQIIILR ADRIAN K. 01.111311 13IiN.IA1IIN S. 11.X1WO1i'1'11 WAI.T1iI1 il. S'l'1I.1. 1'1UWAHD IX. SIO'I'1.1:R DALE D. S'1'11111ID ROBERT 11. WlI.S1'JN BYRON B. VVYNIAN 1,11-IORIQE F. X11-IAS'l' wY11.111'11 Nl. YOLN1: 1i11'11111ND F. DVOIIAR 611' 11, 41 Kt'1'l' f7iI'1'l'IOI' ESR. E51 I 1111-11111119 1111esI11:1I1 11131111111 1':111i1I 1111111111 11:1I'1'iI1g:tO11 1151111 1.:11'sOI1 D111111 GQ11I' 111'1'k1'1' P:111zeI' .X11111-1191111 R. Fis111'1' XVei11I11:111 IJIINYSUII St'1l11112ll1 Nlurgalu 511111111 .l111'11e11 1111111111 Y0:1S1 1N1i111'I' 0151111 11111lc111lP1' 1-11111111 N11'f'1l1'll11l'1'i Berg 1111111-1 131111110 F. 11l'11l1111 NI, 1'l:111rIs1'I1 XV. 1111115011 S. FiN111-1' FI'111-s1-1111- 1'11OpcI' S1'11r1111t Nl. M11I'1'1'I' 1'11iS1T1'llIll 1111111 1.111111 F, N11-1'1-1-1' 1i:11'1'l:11' 1ii1'11:11'11s D1'O1':1k 111111 XV. S1011-Hs YUIIIILT 11. Stevens llirky l'z1wOO11 Pa e 3117 .ia A. ,ai 1AI.lSlA II. FRESH I'resirIrwIf, lVIIlllt'N'S film' Club IJXVIGIIT C. GOTT l'l'68lIfl'l1f, .llen's lilee Club WOInen,s Glee Club ALMA H. FRESE ..... Presiflivzz .llIANNl1'l'TE C. KIEISER . . Vice-President l'lIl.l-ll-IN A. ,IASIIER . . Svcrelmy Firsl Soprano DIAYBELLE K. ADAMS ELSIE V. BASTA DIARY C. BOC!-IR M. VIRCINIA BRINTON EIINA M. Bl-ll'NNliR CLARINIIA M. DOIIEON JEAN ll. Gll.llER'l' l'll.l-LANOR H. FERCIEON AIIA D. HENRY lllAliY M. ILEs NlARGARliT M. KAIILI-IR JEANNETTE C. KEISER EILEEN B. KEMBER ALMA A. lNlCl.AUClIl.IN HESTER li. lXlClllILI.liN BIARIAN F. lVlA'I'Tl-Il-IWSON ETELYN B. 3lIDDLE'l'0N AI'ImREY A. NIOORE LILLIAN W. NIELSI-LN RI"l'l-I P. PRIMM ANN M. SCHULTZE NELLIE M. STIKART AIARJORIH L. STURRS Svcoml Soprano BIARGARET E. BATEs A. ELIZAllE'l'Il BAUER WIl.hlA C. BENTLEY l4lEl.l-lN li. BI'R'I' EDITII F. BCZY ELIZAIKI-L'I'll L. CLARK LZRACI-I M. COI-IIIYER l'lEl.EN N. DIl,l.flN ELIZABI-1'I'lI DRYSDALE EVI-lI.YN V. GOIIN HLTII M. COLK VEHNA D. IIALLER IDA M. HUIE EILEEN A. .IASIIER KATIIRYN E. lllll.LI-IR Al.-RRY li. AIILLS E. l'lLlZAllliTH lWOORl-I Rl"l'll E. PIERCE FLOHHINCE L. RUP!-LR HACIIEL L. SMITII CARULYN L. S'I'RI'IsINCER . . Treasurer MILIIREII A. FISIIER . . . . Librarian lJUll0'I'llY L. KERR . . Manager SELMA SIIMMERS xlAR'l'HA H. VAN SICRLE DOROTI-IY F. TIIAFTON OLIYI-1 E. VVALRER First Aim SIBYI. L. BARRRE AIAKY O. BLACR GLAIIYS I. COYENTRY CLAIRE B. FENCL ALMA H. FRESE LOIS M. GILBERT CATIIERINE D. HACBERG VIRGINIA M. HILL DOROTHY L. KI-JRR EVELYN M. LAIIRENCE ORIAN C. LEMEN ALTA H. LISVYIS ELIzARETII A. MOSIIIIAN RETII E. SCI-IWARZ KATIIERINE M. SMITII lll-IL!-IN l. STI-LVENSON KATIIERINE L. STIEGEMEYER lllAR'l'lIA E. THOMSON :ALICE TROITI' S1'r'0rIIl A110 FAITII M, BARR l.OIs BOYLR CLARA F. CARSUN AIARY L. CRIPIJIN SARA C. EASTMAN BIILDHED A. FISIIER FDITII L. l'lAWOR'l'li H. ELOISE HOEIINER ELEANOR V. LINIIEMAN VIRGINIA LOCK!-I li. ALIIERTA lllCllI.ARA DORIS A. AlENI-Il-Il.Y DORIS M. PUTNAM LILLIAN R. RAMENOFSKY FLORENCE B. SIMS lllARJURlI-I M. SIIARP ANN D. STIECEMEYER CAROLYN L. STRURINIIER JANE R. WIIITLEY Miller Huic Hzilla-I' linger J. Gilhurt Ilcs Maltthewson AIl:IIIIs Buzy Sharp Henry BI'iIIt0II Schultze STQVCIISOII IIQIIIOII MOsiIII:III COv0IItI'y Llllfltflllilll IIEIUFCIICC Buillcy R. Smith COcI'vcI' Stuart llilllvl' Golk Stubbs Nielsen LOCkC l'l2'lSllllllIl Baer Iloehncr FCl'gllSUll K. Smith BrIIIIIIcr Lewis l'IIln:IIII K. Stiegcnleye I' R2llllCIl0fSky l Moore GOIIII Kuhler Kumbci' ML-Millen Dillon Burt Van Sickle A. MOON Busta Primm VVIIlker Troutt A. Stix-f,zeIIIcyer Sims Boyer McClam L. Gilbert 'l'hOIIIsOII Mencolv B Ile Mills Pin-ree lllfilftflll SIIIIIIIIQTS Rope-I' MiIlcllctOII Dobson J:IspCr Frcse Keiser Kerr Fisher I'lElXV0l'tll Crippin Blswk Ilill Sullwarz VVlIitl0y l'rIyrf 305 ,c a n 052, "' .,, 1 I DD' lmao f, ,ff A Xx,. A m,,f Q TARY Cadet taff THE STAFF CADET COL. FRANKLIN G. EMRICK . CADET LIEIQT CADET LIEUT CADET LII-IUT. CADET LIEUT CADET LIEUT CADET LIEUT CADET LIEIIT CADET LIEUT . COL . COL . COL . COL . COL . COL . COL COL. ROBERT J. CRANER .JEROME B. ROSENSTIEL BODO W. TIMMERMANS .TILFORD A. OLSON . . ALBERT E. CARLSON .JAMES M. TURNER . BOD J. CARRARD . WAYNE G. SMITH . CADET AIAJ. DONALD L. FAULKNER . CADI-:T MAJ. HAROLD E. STURMAN . CADET MAJ. HAROLD A. WALLACE CADET 3lAJ. ROBERT R. HOLLAND . CADET MAJ. WILLIAM D. FOOKS CADET NIAJ. LEO P. NIORCAN 66 E . . C0ll1HllllllfllHl . Cavalry, First Semester . Cavalry, Seconrl Semester . Engineer Corps, First Sernaxlcr . Engineer Corps, Seconal Semester . . Signal Corps . Infantry . . Field Artillery . Coast Artillery Corps . . . Adjutant . Execulirre Ojlcer Execulizve Ojicer . Brigade Staff . Brigade Staff . Brigade Sfaff FRANKLIN G. ENIRICK tfualet Colonel , of the Reserve Ollicersl Training Corps, believe that it is Our duty to Our University, State, and Country to fit ourselves for citizenship and service. Both require initiative, courtesy, dependability, and obedience . . . YVe believe that Our training in the University Brigade will make for civil as well as military leadership Faulkner Sturman Wallace Morgan Carlson Timmermnns Garrard Emrick Turner Smith Craner Page 308 Col.. Fntzn R. Buown . I.u5U'r. CDI.. S'rANI.1QY L. JAMES . MAJ. C1mJu,1as A. CIIJAPMAN . FRED R. Bnowx Colonel, Infantry, U. S. A. Crmzmunrlrmf MAJ. .IAM-Ls A. Srl-:vt:Ns . MAJ. AR'l'IlllIt B. CUNAIID MAJ. RAY L. B1'nM:1.J. .-Xl.m:n'1' C. lhl.-XT'l'llEWS . CA Pr. egular taff THE STAFF . Comrnarulant Signal Corps . Coast Artillery Corps Infantry . Cavalry . Field Artillery Engineer Corps GOOD citizen is proud of his country and his state and is willing to support and defend its institutions in return for the benefits and protection afforded him by his government. The H. 0. T. C. course teaches courtesy, respect for authority, and the value of individual effort i11 mass accomplishment. It creates an interest in national affairs, and points out the duties and obligations of citizens in time of peace. It is with justifiable pride and satisfaction in duty well done, that the military instructors observe the devel- opment ofthe student from the uninformed recruit at the beginning of the basic course, to the Fine, manly grad- uate ofthe advanced course. Wle are deeply appreciative of the loyal support and cooperation of the students who faithfully and effectively pursue the military courses. ...J 12 . Clay Strawn McDonough Rogers Milan Dalferes Lummis Busch Wetland Engrerud Fury Bryan T:tb1lchnik Burnell Stevens .l2llllL'S Brown Chalpnmn Cllllllfll Matthews Featherstone Page 309 uf pi-vw af-f.-f x ' ,.:Q,A'A y f ' E JAMES M.'1'1'RNr:n Lieutenant Culmzvl HUlSHR'1',l. lln-mm: l,il'llft'lIII71f CVIIIIPIIVI JEROME B. ROSENSTH-L1, Lieutenant Colonel, Second Semester O a nv 4.14 'A f s' . .- A Af ' " -V 211 ., E ',4'.j.' . ' "- s- fvg XX, w a lhnnnqn-- 3 your Ii1m,l.CAku.x1u1 I,il'l1ft'71fl7If ffnfrnzvf FIELD ARTILLERY M,,....... r..-....,,. N-me ww fn ,- .1 'YL V ' 9 54 VVQQ5 , fl mayb . ,Q fe-:eff 5 ,U 4 X' xlllldlilg E. 1 Ialzlmnx Lieutwzrml CUIIIIIVZ TILFORD A. OLSON Bono W. 'l'1MMEm1ANs Lfvuienanl Colonel GINEER CORPS Lieutenant Colonel, Second Swrzester AST ARTILLE F Officers Ball COMMITTEE DONALD L. FAULKNER, Co-Cllairman DONALD L. FMILKNER WVILLIAM D. FOOKS, Co-Chairman Cmclmmlmn ALBERT E. CARLSON ELDON B. COLECROVE HENRY G. HEUBACH ROBERT R. HOLLAND RAYMOND A. MANION LEO P. MORGAN TILFORD A. OLSON JOSEPH W. SHAMEL HAROLD A. XVALLACE HE second annual 0lHcer,s Ball, given in honor of the Cmnmandant, Colonel Fred R. Brown, and the Regular Army Officers stationed at the University, was held at College Hall, the ninth of March. Approximately three hundred Couples consisting only of omcers of XVILLIAM D. FOOKS the regular army and student officers attended the affair. CU-Clmirman Heubzlch Culegrove Carlson Olson Munion Wvilllilii-3 F2ll1lkllCl' F00ks Holland Morgan Page 316 Foundecl. Lvniversity Of Wisconsin, 1925 Eight Pi Tau Pi igma Gamma Chapter ALBERT E- CARLSUN Honorary and Professional Signal Corps Fraternity President RICHARD A. DIIFF Vive-Presirieni CARL W. BARTLINI: EDWIN W. BEST JOHN BHOCKO ALRERI' E. CARLSON Bl-IRT A. CARLSON RICIIARD A. DI'FF ALB!-IR'1' C. EDWARDS GLADDEN H. Escn HIRANI E. FITE JOIIN H. RRADISH RALPII P. BURTON JWIERRITI' D. EI.LIO1"I' EDWARD J. JASINSIQI MEMBERS ON STAFF FIRST LIEUT. HAROLD E. ENcERI'D LIEIIT. COL. STANLEY L. JAMES MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors WILLIAM D. FOOKS IXIELVIN B. GEN'I'zEL GEORGE H. GILES JIKLES E. GONSETH RICHARD M. KING CEORGE A. KOLREN FRANK J. KRIZ JOIIN L. Ll-IIIJENHEIMER IIOWARD H. NICCARL Juniors BRUCE A. KINI: WILLIANI F. LANDRORG GERALD P. IIERN ER LEWIS S. NICCLURE TIIONIAS J. INIARTIN G. WILLIANI IVIILES LOCKE P. IWIILLER ANESS SAIRLEY ICDMIJND G. SIIERLIN R ORERI' W. S'I'ERIsINC.s EDWARD A. TINIAI CIIARLES P. YATES CLIFFORD N. NIELZER JOHN U. SCIIAIID J AMES C. SRORCZ Active Chapters .Iauncs Bradish R. King Stebbings Lerner Kolben Engerud Speriin Skorcz Giles Schmid Melzer B. King Kriz Landborg I lliott IWICFIIITP Esch Martin Jzlsinski Best li. Carlson Ilrncko lflilwzirmls Gentlel Saikley Gunsetli 'l'imnI A.C':Il'lsOI1 Miller Dui? Miles l.6IIIeI1IlQillI8l' Burtling Page 317' Scabbard and Blade OFFICERS DONALD L. FAULRNER . . . . . Captain HAROLD A. WAI.I.ACE . . First Lieulcmuzt HOWARD A. KELLERRIANIY . Second Lieutenant TIIOMAS M. LOGAN . . First Sergvanz MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HARVEY H. AIQTON LOUIS F. ALYEA PETE J. AIILINSKIS LOUIS E. BECRMAN JOIIN M. BLAND JOHN H. BRADISH, JR. ROY R. BUSIIART BERT A. CARI.SON ORRIN P. CATLIN HOWARD M. CHENEY HAVILAND A. CONNOLLY JAMES H. COULTER ROIIERT J. CRANER JOIIN S. CRIIICKSHANK HOWARD Dl-IKKER RICHARD A. DUFI-' IIAROLD P. ECIITERN.-Hill FRANKLIN G. EMRICIQ ROBERT C. EVANS DONALD L. FAULKNER PALL P. FICNERSIQI RORERT G. FITCIIIE IIUREN S. FRASER ROBERT GAIIEN GEORGE II. GILES ,Jl'l.ES E. GUNSETH ,IOIIN W. HAMMER CIJFFURIJ M. IIATHAWAY HENRY G. HEIIDACH CHARLES R. HITCHCOCK HOWARD A. KI-LLLERNIANN RRIICE A. KING, JR. ALEXANDER E. LAWSON ROBERT H. LEHMPUHI. THOMAS M. LOGAN LEWIS S. MGCLURE RAYMOND R. MANION HAROLD E. MEYER .JOSEPH A. RIIKSAK THEODORE C. PELIRAN GEORGE W. PERVIER LESLIE N. RORERTS CARLTON P. RUSSELL LEO H. SAMS ELMER M. SCHAUDT OLIN M. SCHNEIDER JOSEPH W. SIIAMEI. FLOYD B. SIMMEN JAMES C. SKORCZ LELAND P. SMITH IVIOUNTFORT H. SMITH RALPH SIIMMERI-'IELD GEORGE W. SVOBODA EDWARD A. TIMM BODO W. TIIVIMERWTANS ,JAMES C. TOURI-IK JOHN A. 'l'SI1III'DY XVILLIAM S. TIJGKEY JAMES M. TURNER WlLI.IANI F. TURNER PAUL C. UIILENKOR VINCENT J. VAN 3IE'I'I:R HAROLD A. WAl.l..ACE HERBERT C. ZILLY, JR. DONALD L. FAULKNI-IR Captain I'IAR0l.D A. WVALLACE First Lieutenant 2 Coulter Skorcz Connolly Aulinskis Gauen Lehmpuhl King Pervier Maniun Simmen Hitchcock McClure Evans BeckInan Fraser Lawson Van Meter Acton Zilly Ficnerski Hathaway Tourek Echternach inhneicler Blfmrl Svoboda RuSSell W TurIIer 'l'uI-kev 'l'SLlIud ' I'I'1H1I116l' 'klvefi Duff CBTISOII Catlin Shfxmel . ' 4 .. . b . ' y r 4 , 1 4 Sums Cheney Gonseth Emrick Meyer Wallace Faulkner I'Jllg'Cl'l1d Logan KOHCl'Illilllll '1'iInmeI'InanS Craner J.Turner Page 318 IIow.xIcII A. KI.I.I.I-LIIMANN Swvnzrl Lie'I4f1'n1rIlt I ' x 'l'IImIAs M. LOGAN First Sf'I'flt'!ll1f F Company, lst PICQHIHGHL l"uIIII1lwl, lvllivr-rsity of YYisc'uI1siII, 190-1 Sem-Ilty-viglllt Avtiw tillllll H11l1fI7'tlTj' Milifary Sacfvty MEMBERS ON Cm.. FIIIQII R. BROWN l.III13'I'. CIIAIILILS H. BRYAN tI.xI"I'. KVI-IRETT BLSCH M AJ. LIIIARLIQS A. CHAPMAN MAI. !XII'I'IIUu B. CQNARD fi-Xl"l'. ROY L. DALFERES ll-xl-'l'. I.I1s'I'I1Ii A. DAUGHERTY I.II3L:'I. IIARULII ENGEIILD STAFF Iamies AIAJ. IIILIIIIIZRI' E. FI1A'I'III:IIs'I'oNIL C IAM. IRWIN L. LIIM M15 NIAJ. WILLIAM A1fIfII.liAVl-I CAIIT. HAIIULII L. MILAN LIAIIT. NQIIMAN N. Rmzmzs MAJ. JAMES A. S'l'liYliN5 CAI-T. CIIRISTOPIIILR C. STIIAWN C,-xxfr. PAVL H. VEEIIAND FACULTY LII:Ig'I'. EDGAR E. AxIIsRo51I5s LIIgL"I'. l,lIIAIII.I:s R. FIILIJIZIIICIQ CAI-'I'. ll xRoI.IJ E. BABIIITT 1.IEl"I'. ORLANDO F. G.-XRRE'l"I' LIEIQ'l'.vv1l.LIAM L. COLLINS CAIJI. NIAIICLS S. GQLDAIAN tl-xII'I'. .IAAIIQ5 J. DOLAND l.II:Ig'I'. RAYMOND F. DYORAK CAl"I'.TONl S.11AMIL'I'0N RECRLITS EIIWAIIII W. ANQLII KIQNNIHII D. BAILEY MI-1III.I3 H. IIIIAMIILRLIN .IIIIIN C. IDEWOLFE VI:IINoN A. FORSIILRG LOUIS H. GOEBEL GI-lURGl-131. PIARDING DAVID E. KIRIQPATRICK 'l'IImIAs A. LINIILLY IIAROLIJ A. AIESSINC HEX1-'ORD Nl1W'l1ON1lZ,Jli. RUIIILIVI' B. PUIITER RQIIILRI' L. RIIIJFIIIIN KENNIZTII A. SMIIII XVILLIATNI R. S'I'Au4:s RI'sSI:LI. J. W7IlY'l I3 IIQIIN R. WILLIAMS :Kg ' .-- 4. ' ."..1 '-A-'A ' '. gg 1.3-M-:L 'f. ,. -' w. ' ... . ...'- ..-..,A.3, V . , ,, .I .5 Page 319 Cavalry Officefs Club Founded, University of Illinois, 1930 One Active Chapter To pronmfe gum! fclluzrslzip among the crzzulry cadet officers TNIENIBERS ON STAFF LIEVT. CHARLES H. BRYAN CAPT. NORMAN N. ROGERS MAJ. ARTIIUR B. CONARD CAPT. CHRISTOPHER C. STRAWN MAJ. l'lERlll-IRT E. Fl-1A'l'llliKS'l'0FNli LOUIS F. ALYEA WINFIlIP1lJfi. C.lIlllS'l'0l'lIl2li WVAYNE R. COOK ROBERT J. KIRANER .JOHN S. CRUICKSIIANK HENRY W. DALTON HOWARD DERRER KI-INNETH l.. l'l'Ii'l'liNSON GLENN CI. Amps l7E'l'l-L J. .'Xl'l.INSKlS lil-QINNI-i'l'll D. BAH.EY RORER1' B. BOREHERS LOWI-lI.l. J. CAPUIVI' NlERl.E ll. CIIANIBICRIAI HARRY L. COONRAIYI' J AHEE H. CO1'L'1'ER .l0llN CI. lJEWlOl.l-'I-I xx 4 N Ml-IMBERS IN UNIYICRSITY San Iilll'S l'lllWlN R. HAYES lilllllilfl' F. l'l0FFIllAN RORER1' R. HOLLAND IC. S'rAN'rON .lOHNsON HOWARD A. KELLERHANN FLOYD W. KllRR ,JOHN D. l,A'r'rA CARI. ll. OLSON juniors RORERT C. HYANE ll. GORDON FAl'I.KNl-LR YHRNUN fl. FORSRERO l.0l'lS ll.CUl1lil-Il. GENE 'l'. llAxHL'1'ON xlAll'l'lN A. HARNISQH limi. R. llllWAl.D RODER1' H. l.EllNlI'l'llL 'lllll'I0lNJlll-1 W. LIES!-I JOHN D. PICCO flEURCl-1 D. PRING J IZROME B. ROsENs1'1EL J OSEPH W. SHAMEL FLOYD B. SIMMEN RAYMOND B. STE1NER HAROLD E. STURMAN ALLAN li. WEIDHAN JOHN C. NIAIILDING THOMAS I. lWlEGAN ELNIO B. PAYNE E. JERRY ROVSE FREDERICK W. SALISBFRY lNl0l'NTFORT H. SAHTH RALPH SUNIRIERFIELD RHQHARD D. TFRNER KENNETH A. WARREN . A ROI!!-Ill'l' J. FRANI-III Prvsirlvnf, Firxl Svrnvslw' JOSHVII VV. SHAAHALL Prvsirlvnf, Sefvuml Sf'n1+'xl1'1 f, Sninincrliclil Kerr Lclnnpulil Faulkner Chamberlain Payne Howalrl Evans Liese Ames Rouse Coulter Hamilton Capoot Aulinskis Borcliers Coonraflt Cliristoplier Salisbury Pic-L-D Goebel Johnson Craner Cunard Alyea Featherstone Sinnnen Rogers Strawn Bryan Rosenstiel DOXVOlfe l'rinpr COOk Shamel Latfa Ettenson Stllflllllll Hoffnmn XVarrcn Page 320 WILLIAM D. FOOKS C0"'mmLde" RIAJ. RAY L. BURNELL INIAJ. CHARLES A. CHAPMAN MAJ. ARTHUR B. CONARD CAPT. ROY L. DALFERES LIEUT. HAROLD ENCERUD Phalanx Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 Three Active Chapters Alpha Morae MEMBERS ON STAFF JVIAJ. HERIBERT E. FEATIIEHSTONE LIEUT. COL. STANLEY L. JAMES CAPT. ALBERT G. IVIATTIIEWS MAJ. JAMES A. STEVENS CAPT. PAUL H. WIELAND MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Wll.l.lS M. Bl-IRCAW WII.1.IARI C. BISCHOFF JOIIN BROCKO RUSSELL G. CARLIN WINFRIEIJ C. CHRISTOPHER ELDON B. COLECROVE CLARENCE C. DALTON VINCENT J. DEL BECCARO FRANCIS S. FEIGER WIIILIARI D. FOOKS ELLINCTON D. GOLDEN ARTHUR P. HAMERSMITH ROBERT B. BORCHERS LOWELL J. CAPOOT ROBERT F. CHRISTENSEN KENNETH P. COOPER STANLEY H. GRIFFIN JAMES O. HARRIS ROY V. RTGHTICR Vice-Commander Seniors CHARLES J. I'IARllINGTON AHDELI. C. JONES GEORGE A. KOLBEN CLARENCE A. KRAFT FRANK J. KRIZ JOIIN D. LATTA OSCAR J. NOWLIN CARL H. OLSON RAYMOND J. OINEIL JOSEPH O. POKORNY ROY V. RICHTER WlLl.IA3I RUSKAMP Juniors ELMER D. NOREN ELMO B. PAYNE OWEN J. REAMER JOHN N. RENARD WILLIAM A. ROPA H. RAYMOND SA'l"l'ERFlELD RALPH J. SCHMITT JOHN F. SCHULDT HOWARD H. SIEVERS WAYNE G. SMITH EUGENE N. STEELY THOMAS F. STEIGELMAN RAYMOND B. STEINER ORVAL G. STRODE JOHN M. WARE ARTHUR A. WARFORD ALLAN E. WEIDBIAN FRED C. RUECKERT HAROLD M. SIMON DONALD W. STAEHLIN RAY H. TEAL ALFONSO VETERANE WIl.BIIR M. YOUNG 0'Neil Steigclnlnn Cooper Bercaw Payne Fooks Rigliter Reamer Teal Ropa Young Staelilin Griffin Simon Carlin Bischoff Harris Steely Steiner Kraft Noren Pokorny Veterane Brocko . Del Beocziro 7 Jones Renard Golden Strode Dalton Miller Borcliers Smith Ruskump Nviilillllilll Krlz N owlin Latta Sievers Schuldt Schmitt Szittertield Capoot Warford Harrington 1 J . , Founded, University of NeIJI'zISIcII, 1891- PROE. WIALDORF V. IIOWARD, I I-ITE J. .'NI'I.I1NSKIS JAMES C. BAGG KI-QNNETII D. BAILEY LAWRENCE C. B.-XRDEN WILLIAM H. BEAUBIAN KENNETH NI. BERNINILFR JOHN A. BLAIR IRA M. BLITZSTEN WILLIAM A. BOERS RALRII C. BROOM WALTER E. BROOM FRANK L. BROVVN RUSSELL P. BFRKLE CARL E. CAMPDELL To I.I.,AI DE II. COYNE WILLIAM R. fJROl'KE'I"I ISAAfi W. flI'INDIFF .IOSEPII J. DALY DONALD C. DAVIS Persliing Rifles furllufr nzilitury 1mnII'If'rIge in z'Of14'g0s MEMBERS ON S'l'.AFF Eighteen Active Chapter PII. D. AI-APT. .'xI.l4I-IRI C. NI.-k'l"l'IlI-IRS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY .I 'XXII-IS W. IIERRINIJI ON IRMIN R. I'IllI-INI-IR IIAIRIIY I.. IIYNDXI.-AN 'l'IIOMAS S. JOIIANSEN IiUIlER'I' .I. JOHNSON II.-XlIOl.D P. I'II:II'I'ERNA1'II J ICIIHNII-I B. KAN'I'ER INIYRON A. I'II.l.IO'l"I' FRANKLIN C.ExIIIN1R I'IYI-1IIE'l"l' E. I"INIllCU'l"I' E. FRANCIS FI-IRNIIOIZ IIAVI. P. FIQNERSIQI IIORI-IN FRASER GAIIYI-Ili O. FR.-'AZIER J AMES G. FIILTON IIOIIEIFI' A. KI.UlIlxAl I'JIIANK A. KRETON I"lIxN47IS R. KI RNZIX xlI'l'III'lI J. KLSII I,AI'I. II. I.ANI'IIIER NI'Kl'IillIl-I li. I.ASEOw f.IlAIll.l-QS J. I.ERNl-IR .Al.IKEIl'Ii NI. I.EvY WILLARD B. NIANNUN IIAIIOLD Y. AI-Ali'l'lIX VIII-ISl.I-IY E. NIINER IIOBI-1li'l' II. NIO.-A'l'S LYNIAN NI. NIOORI-Q IIOIYARD J. NAIQLE I'II.Xll-1RII.0l.SON IIOBER1' .-X. OSNOSS .'Al,BliR'Ii C. IIII-LRSUN IIOIKI-Ili'l' IJ. I,llUl.I'1 I'JIII-IIIERIC POR ELL J I-QRIIIAN W. REAYI IIODERI' P. IIEANI RODERT I.. IIEDFI-IRN LEO H. SAMS IIOHERT B. SIIANKS ALI-IXANIDER SHARAY IIALPII E. SIENION Jil-LNNETII A. SAIITII WWIAYNI-I C. SMITH I.l'DWIG 'I'. STOYIQE WILLIAM P. IIJAI.BO'l' IIAROLD A. WALLAIZE KI-INNI-I'I'lI A. WA.-ARREN ICDWARIJ F. WEIID IJIIAIILI-IS O. WEDIIERI: III-LNRY W. WEIILAI' WESLEY O. WIGOINTON JNIARSIIALL C. CARLSON ClI.llIIIi'l' S. GOOIJNIAN l.OI'IS H. I.II'SI1OwII' LYNN RENNE ROIIERT J. WIILSON CHARLES W. CASEY NI.-xx W. GOODMAN SERIQILS C. I.I.OYD VIIAIIREN R. IIICIIARDSON OSCAR Wi'lI.FES WIESLEY F. CATER .WIITIII R J. GUI RI.l-QY OIIY.-KI. W. I.I'I1IER AIIIARLI-IS R. IIIHIKWI-1l.l. .NLLYN R. WlIIE.'X'I'lI RICII.-XRD J. CIIRISTNIAN Ill.ll'I4'ORIl NI. IIATIIAMAY IJIINALIJ J. lNIlfIIfXI,I. AI.I:I-:IIT F. S.-AIKLEY LEONARD H. ZII-IIINI r , Pau u Tau Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 .Yutionul Military Fraternity for Engineers Four Active CIIapterS MEMBERS ON STAFF LIEIIT. ROIIERI' K. INIEDONOIIILII IlAl"l'. ALBERT G. IVlA'l"l'IIEWS SILT. SIIEIUIAN AIOUNT JOHN W. ACKER KENNETH AKIN HOWARD C. BLUE ROBERT W. BURKE CHRIS W. CIIIRUCOS FREDERICK P. COLE KENNETH P. COOPER INIORGAN B. CORLEW GEORGE 'l'. ERIIAHIYI' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WIl.I.lABI J. OSMAN I CHARLES J. HARRINGTON AI.lIEII'II C. I ll-LRSON CLIFFORD M. HATHAWAY, JR. WAI.'l'PIR A. IIYIIRR EDWARD J. III-1I.I.MICII WILLIAM J. I.l'I"l'EI.I. THOMAS M. LOGAN LEO P. INIORCAN TILFORD A. OLSON IILII-'FORD F. RANSON1 JIESLIE N. ROIII-IR'l'S IIll.I.ARD H. RIIIIIN WIl.l.I.AN1 II. RITSKAMII Page 392 ,IOIIN F. SI2III7I.D'l' IIOISERT R. SHI-lRII.I. KENNETH A. SIVIITII IJIIARLI-IS M. SQIIAREY GEORGE I.. S'I'AIID'l' IIERBERT R. STOIQES SAVO I.. S'I'OSIII'1'I:II GEORGE W. SYOIIODA JAMES A. 'I'HE'I'FORD JAMES C. TOUR!-LK EDWARD E. VARNIIM JAMES A. VITZTIIUM CHARLES O. WEIJBERG RUSSELL J. WIIY'l'PI ALLYN R. WREA'l'H HERIIERT C. ZILLY LlAl"l'. EYERETT BIKSCII HARVEY H. ACTON EDWARD W. ANGER AIIIARLES L. BADGER IDUNN D. BAER WILLIAM F. BARNES, JR. CIIARLES R. BARRICK ROIIERT L. BE.-ALL CIIARLES T. BLACK HAROLD A. BRADER ROIIERT O. BRENDI-Il. LOVIS O. CARROLL ORRIN P. CATLIN HOWARD M. CIIENEY ARTHER W. CLARK EDWARD T. CLARK ISLDON B. COLECROVE JOIIN W. COTTER RIAIIRICE E. DAIIMIIS CAKLYLE W. DILLAVOII LAWRENCE C. BARDEN WILLIS M. BERCAVN WILI.I.A3I A. BOERS G. HENRY COIQCHMAN ISAAC W. CLNDIFF AITOESTINE DJANZA GLENN W. DIXON IIAROLD P. EC H'I'EIINA4:II JOIIN C. ERMENTROUT AI'DRI-:Y T. ETCIIESON HEIIIIERT C. FROESm:IILE N ' CI IJ IJHISSOII A u TO further the relII1iO1IslIip 1101106671 OflIf'I'rs fmzl Students, In KlIll'llH.C'G the nzilimry Izrl in general uml Ilze Field Arlillvry in particular, and IO IIVIIIVIIZT? llzff pfzfrinlif Spirif EDWARD J. DINITIIY ROBERT E. EDWARDS ROBERT W. EICIIENBERGER FRANKLIN C. ISNIRICK FRANCIS S. FEICER DELRERT E. FIOCK IIOREN S. FRASER BOE J. CARIIAIID ELLINCTON D. GOLDEN STANLEY H. GRIFFIN JAMES HAJEK GEORGE M. IIARDING, JR. JAMES O. IJARRIS WILLIAM A. HEIDEMAN ARTHUR B. HENNINO MALVIN M. HICKMAN CIIARLES R. HI'I'CIICOCK WILFRED F. IIOELSCHER VVIRT WI. HOLSINCER CORS MEMBERS ON STAFF LIECT. ROIIERT l'. CLAY I.AI"I'. ROY L. DALFERES XI.-AJ. WILLIAM MCCLEAVE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRED W. HIIEIIENER JOIIN K. KARLOVICII CIIHIIIIQI-I H. KECK :ARNOLD J. KIIIURZ, JR. JOIIN C. KRIEGSNIAN KENT LANE JOIIN C. IAZYENSON, JR. IIOWARD J. LOWE WALTER N. RIA'l"I'IIIAS BERNARD G. IVIAXWELL JOIIN S. RICCANNUN JAMES A. MCHARD wYII.IiI'R L. RICNEIL FRANK R. RIERCER ITAN R. AIILLER ELWYN E. AIINARD ROIIERT II. MOATS JIILIAN D. INIORGAN JOSEI'II H. IVIIfEI.I.ER .IOSEPII L. RIURPIIY HAROLD A. MYERS FRANCIS O. NEER KIIXFORD NEWCOMII, J R. FILM1-QR D. NOR!-LN GILIIERT E. OLESON KENNETH L. OLSON DALE R. PETERSON CLARENCE R.PI.ANliEN IIORN FRANK P. RAUKTIS ROGER E. REEDER .IOIIN N. RENARD FRANK J. RONc:IIE'I"I'I I'IYI:IRE'l"I' S. ROSS FRED C. RUECKI-LR'l' CARLTON P. RISSELL .ll'I.IAN G. RYAN III-IO H. SAMS J AMES T. SEVERSUN 't Artillery Club FOIIIIIICII. L'IIiverSity of IIIIIIOIS, 1930 Alpha Chapter To Ilf'r1'lOp lIiglI ideals of the Mililaryf Prufcs.vfOn in the Unircrsily C. ROIiER'I' GAIIEN JOHN W. HAMMER HENRY C. HI-:I'IxAI:H ARDELL C. JONES XWENDELL R. KILTZ DAVID E. KIRKI'ATRI4:K CLARENCE A. KRAFT ALEXANDER E. LAWSON JAMES A. LURENZ VERNON A. N1CfJAI.l.EY JAMES H. RJANSFIELD MEMBERS ON STAFF MAJ. CHARLES A. CIIAI-MAN LIEUT. IVIILO MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOSEI-II A. RIIKSAK TIIXIO'l'llY C. IVIINER XVILLIANI F. RIITCHELL GEORCE PERVIER CHARLES W. PFLAGER GORDON O. POI-IL ROIIERT B. PORTER OWEN J. REAMER ROY V. RICIITER .IOIIN F. ROGERS KARL Y. ROIILEN l'AIIL L. ROSENCREN ANSI-IL W. RIIMRLE AI.FRED C. SCHERER RALPH J. SCHMVIVI' CLAIIIE L. SENEFELD TIIEODORE T. SHELL VERCIL N. SIMMONS GEORGE C. SLIFKA WAYNE G. SMITII DONALD W. STA!-1IlI.l I'II'llEN E N. S'I'EELY CAPT. PALL H. W!!-III..-ABI! IIAROLD M. SIMON LEROY C. SMALLENBERGER BEN II. SMITH, JR. ROIIERT B. STALEY THOMAS F. STEIGELMAN .JOHN A. STRATTON ORTAL C. STRODE JAMES M. STURMAN JOHN D. TEDFORD JOIIN L. TRISLER VINCENT J. VAN JVIETER .ALI-'UNSO VETERANE JOIIN M. WARE ARTIIER A. XWARFORD JACK F. WVILSON RORERT S. WYILTON JOHN B. VVRICHT LOUIS A. WRILIHT TOMMY C. WRIGHT WILIIITR M. YOUNG One Artive Chapter C. CARY CARL L. S'l'EVl-LNSON NOEL B. SIIMMERS SHIRLEY R. SWITZER RAY H. TEAL WILLIAM S. TIICKEY CHARLES W. TI7I,LOCK HAROLD A. WAI.I.ACE WILLIAM! P. WARD HENRY WIEDERIIOLD L. 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FOSTER GEORGE PAGELS, JR. JOHN V. SHELEORD JOSEPH HOLLAND LOUIS W. WIESE CHARLES K. RUDDICK JAMES W. WELCH School of Journalism ELLEN L. RYNIKER RUTH E. HODSDON College of Education YVONNE L. EVANS DOROTHY A. STIEGMAN RUTH E. REHR Phi Beta Kappa Founded William and Mary College, 1776 Gamma of Illinois Chapter 7 I 1 I 'Z V55 2 Q n xx : lg : ff' .vm A le 9 I 5 24. sf E Ribs: : Aff'-H-it 5 ...I .. .. , -.. .. 1.2 One HI1IIdI'ed Nineteen Active Chapters To encourage the love of letters and of souml .scholarship MARY L. BAKER ROBERT H. BIERMA WALTER D. BOYLE JEAN BULL DIILDRED R. CHAPIN DIARTEN P. CI.AUSSEN HARRY ADELMAN PEARL C. BROMLEY HOWARD W. CAMPBELL CARROLL T. COX FLORENCE FIFER JEANNE R. BEDARD KATHRYN M. DAWSON BETTY DENISON YVONNE L. EVANS CERTRUDE E. FORD LECIE C. GORDON PAUL R. HALBIOS OLIN L. BROWDER, JR. HARRY L. COONRADT F. RIADELINE CORD HELRIUT O. DAHLKE VICTOR M. DORIIIS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors elected in March, 1933 BOB J. GARRARD BETTY HATTON OLIVE A. KIRKPATRICK FRANCES M. LANGE GAIL L. MILLER CARMEN L. PARK Seniors elected in October, -1933 SARAH J. FULTON GORDON E. JONES IVIARGARET W. JONES HIRAINI H. LESAR W. MCNEIL LOWRY VIRGINIA M. PARRISH Seniors elected in March, 1934 ELEANOR W. HOLLAND LINDSEY R. JEANBLANC LOWELL KIRKPATRICK RUTH LAWYER AVERY LEISERSON CATHERINE C. NELSON RUTH E. REHR Juniors elected in March, 1934 EDNA M. EDWARDS WILLIAM F. EKSTROM LESLIE A. EPSTEIN FERNE M. FETTERS KATHRYN M. GRAHAM JANICE E. GREIDER JOHN D. PICCO WILLIADI M. SHAFER MILDRED L. SKINNER IXIILDRED STENGL CHARLES D. TANZER K. DIARGUERITE REYNOLDS JOHN R. SCHAEFFER IDA SLOTIN SANFORD WATKINS ROBERT B. WATSON LOIS F. SHELFORD GEORGE W. SMITH DONALD W. STAEHLIN PAUL S. STUTSMAN DOROTHY E. STUTTLE IVIARGARET E. WADDEY J. BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN OWEN J. REAMER GRACE P. SNYDER HOMER F. WEIR RICHARD H. WILEY Page 327 Kappa Delta Pi Founded, University of Illinois, 1911 Alpha Chapter Snxty two Actlve Lhaptus Page 328 To encourage in its members a higher degree of consecration to social sermce BIARIE B. BONVALLET ESTHER M. BOTTENFIELD HELEN N. DANDA NIARGUERITE E. DOLL JOSEPHINE K. HARRINGTON BARBARA J. HARRIS NELLIE F. BATES BERNICE A. PATTERSON KENNETH PHILLIPS YVONNE L. EVANS IVIARIE D. FRANK ALICE A. GILL CATHERINE E. GREGORY ERNEST M. HALL J. ROY LEEVY VIVIAN NUESS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Initiutes, April, 1933 Initiates, July, 1933 Initiales, December, 1033 ALICE E. HOUGII MARY L. HURT BETTY J. KENIJALL RUTII V. KOPECKY GLORIA RAMOS WILLIS E. PITTENGER LOUISE TAYLOR ANNA V. PANIERI RUTH E. REHR MARIE M. ROWLEY DOROTHY A. STIEGMAN HELEN I. WARD EDNA B. WHEELER LOUISE R. ZERWECK Beta Gamma Sigma Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 Illinois Alpha Chapter Thirty-live Active Chapters - . . "7 fi .2 E A 1 To encourage anal reward scholarship along the lines of business activity among students and graduates of colleges of commerce and business administration ARTHUR G. ANDERSON, C. E., Ph. D. ERNEST L. BOGART, Ph. D. WILLIAM E. BRITTON, A. M., J. D. PEMBROKE H. BROWN, Ph. D. PAUL D. CONVERSE, A. M. VIIKCIL D. COVER, M. B. A. ESSEL R. DILLAVOU, A. M., J. D. 0I.IN'E F. DUNIIAM, M. S. FACULTY IIORACE M. GRAY, Ph. D. PAUL M. GREEN, Ph. D. DAVID KINLEY, Ph. D., LL. D. VICTOR L. KRANNERT, B. S. ARTHUR LINCICOME, B. S., C. P. A. SIMON LITMAN, Dr. Jur. Pub. et Rer. Cam. ANANIAS C. LITTLETON, Ph.D., C. P. A. GAZE E. LUKAS, M. S., C. P. A. HALE L. NEWCONIER, M. S., C. P. A. REXFORD BIAIIRICE FREDERIC CHARLES C. PARMELEE, M. S. H. RORINSON, Ph.D. A. RUSSELL, Ph. D. F. SCHLATTER, M. S., C. P. A. HIRANI T. SCOVILL, A. B., C. P. A. CHARLES CHARLES CHARLES EDWARD J. FILREY, Ph. D., C. P. A. FLOYD B. ABERNATHY HAROLD W. BANCROFT DANIEL BORTH, JR. LAWRENCE C. ALTMANSBERGER DOROTHY P. BIRKETT E. INIAUDENE BLOUCH DOROTHY I. BOYD ESTHER L. COHEN JOHN R. COVINGTON WILLARD L. ECKIIARDT GRADUATE STUDENTS LOWELL R. MCCONNELL JAMES C. PETTEE WAYNE L. MCNIILLEN DIARY E. READEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GERALDINE DAVID CLARENCE A. DAWSON MELVIN FRANKS HERRERT C. FROESCHLE EDGAR G. HARNEY HOWARD A. HAZLETON ROBERT W. GRIM Seniors GEORGE J. HEIDEBIAN GEORGE A. HORCH JOHN J. MCKEAN PHILOMENA NIARQUARDT WALTER N. MATTHIAS LEONA B. MEECE Juniors JOHN R. LARIMER L. STEWART, Ph. D. M. THOMPSON, Ph. D., LL. D. M. WHITLO, M. S. W. HOWARD TAYLOR JOHN J. THORNBORROW THEODORE L. WHITESEL CHARLES T. RICHARDS EDWARD SERPLESS HAROLD WESEBAUNI WILLIABI H. WITTMAN CAROLINE ZEMPEL CARREL F. MILLER Page 329 Page 330 Tau Beta Pi Founded, Lehigh University, 1885 Illinois Alpha Sixty-live Active Chaptei l ...4.. I To mark in a fitting nzanrier Ilzose who have conferred honor upon Ilieir Alma Maier by dislirzguisliwl scfiolarsliip and exemplari character as undergraduates, or by their allairzmenfs as alumni, and to fosrer a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering schools NORVILLE J. ALLENIAN, M. S. HAROLD E. BAIIDITT, M. S. ALFRED E. BADGER, M. S. FRANK T. BARR, M. S. MORGAN BROOKS, Ph. B., M. E. ALFRED C. CALLEN, M. S., E. M. ALISERT P. CARMEN, D. Sc. RICHARD K. COOK, M. S. FRANKLIN S. COOPER, B. S. of Ameriva FACULTY RANDOLPH P. PIOELSCIIER, NI. S., C. E. VVIIITNEY C. HI7N'I'ING'I'ON, M. S., C. E. HARVEY H. JORDAN, B. S. ALIIERT N. JORGENSEN, M. S., E. M. CHARLES A. KEENER, M. S., E. E. MILO KETCHUM, C. E., D. Sc. EVERETT E. KING, A. B., M. C. E. CIIARLES T. KNIl'P, Ph. D. SEICIII KONZO, M. S. HARDY CROSS, A. B., B. S., M. C. E. JUIIN 0. KRAEHENBIIEIIL, M. S., E. BYRON T. DARLING, B. S. THOMAS .I. DOLAN, M. S. INTELVIN L. ENGER, M. S., C. E WILLIAM N. ESPY, M. S. INTAURICE K. FAHNESTOGK, M. MAX A. FAUCETT, M. S., E. E. JULIAN R. Fl-LLLOWS, B. S. JOIIN A. GOFI-', Ph. D. GEORGE K. GREEN, B. S. STANLEY G. HALL, M. S. CLARENCE W. HART, M. E. HAROLD N. HAYWARD, M. S. DAVID M. BALDWIN WILLIAM D. BOONE WARREN E. COMPTON RICHARD J. DUFFIN RANDALL K. BARROW EDWARD R. BIRKIGHT LAUREN R. BURR BERT A. CARLSON JOSEPH F. DUNLAP RALPH J. EPSTEIN WINNIE N. FOSTER S. RI-LINHULD F. LARSON, M. S. OSCAR A. LEUTWILER, B. S., M. E. I'IERBER'I' F. IXIOORE, M. E., D. Sv. Nl-LWLIN D. INIORGAN, M. S., C. E. ICLLERY B. PAINE, M. S., E. E. GEORGE W. PICKELS, B. C. E., C. E. JOSEPH A. POLSON, B. S., M. E. LORING H. PROVINE, B. S., A. E. RPSSELI. H. REED, B. IIERBERT J. REICII, Ph. D., M. E. FRANK E. RICIIART, M. S., C. E. EDWARD C. SCHMIDT, M. E. FRED B. SEELEY, M. S. THOMAS C. SHEDD, M. S., C. E. CARL E. SKRODER, M. S. CLOYDE M. SMITH, M. S. IIERMAN J. STOEVER, M. S. ERNEST L. STOIIFFER, B. S., M. Arch. EDWARD W. SUPPIGER, M. S. ARTIIURN.TALIiOT,C.E.,D.SC.,D.Ellg., LL. D. HOWARD R. THOMAS, C. E., M. S. CLYDE L. THOMPSON, M. S. JAMISON VAWTER, B. S., C. E. ERNEST A. REID, M. E., E. E. GRADUATE STUDENTS AIARION S. HELM ARTIILTR F. HIIIIIARD JOSEPH KERANEN JOSEPH G. LOVITHI-ill KENNETH C. IIYON CHARLES E. IWANNING FRANKLIN C. INIILLER GEORGE W. PIGKELS, JR. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOEL M. GLASS JOSEPH HOLLAND JAMES D. KELI.EY WILLIAM A. KNIGIII' RALPH W. LAZEAR KENNETH R. LEII-'ERSIANN EDGAR J. LUETzELSI1HwAI-I EIGII. R. FADUM Seniors RALPH W. IVIIIELLI-LR ADELBERT G. INIUTIMER 'IJILI-'ORD A. OLSON GEORGE PAGELS GUY B. RIGHTER CHARLES K. RVDDICK JOHN V. SHELI-'ORD Juniors HERBERT C. ZILLY EDWARD H. WAl.DO, M. S., E. E. HARALD M. WESTERGAARD, Ph. D., D. Eng IIERUI-IRT I.. WIll'1'E, D. SC., B. S. CARROLL C. WILEY, B. S., C. E. ARTHUR C. WII.LARD, B. S. WILIIUR M. WILSON, M. M. E., C. E. ARTHUR L. YOI'NG, M. S. ISVERETT G. YOUNG, M. S., M. E. ABRAM F. SEARS IXIERLE C. 'IJIIRNEY ROIIERT J. WEST DAVID E. WJIECAND HAROLD S. SHOTT JESSE M. SMITII HERSGHEL ST. Ll-LDCER FRAZER R. TCRRENTINE HAROLD A. WAl.l.AfTE .JAMES W. WELCH LOUIS W. WIESE l I Shott Zilly Mutiiner Pap,'clS Holland J. Smith Lazear Welch Olson Knight Glass Rnddick Mueller Burrow Wiese Kelley St. l.efl,:er Burr Fuster Shclford Wallace l-lOOne Fauluin Leifcrnninn Dunlap Jordan Cullen Willard Espy Tlll'l'ellIIll9 Luetzelscliwzib Carbon Alpha Zeta I"oundemI. Ohio State I'niversity. IROT Morrow Chapter Forty-one Active Chapters l.. f . To encourage interest rzml develop high ideals and xtarzdards in th: FACULTY ,lAx1EsL.EDx1oND5, B. S. Ex11L W. LEIINIANN, B. S., E. E., A. E. NIENIBERS IN I'NIYERSI'l'Y S011 fors C1,Am:Ncr: T. ALIGERT Room T. KHNNEY REID G. Bonn ,IOHN A. INIATIIERS ELBI-QRT E. ilAR1.soN IVAN R. M1l.L1+:R ELDDN B. CIoLr:1:Row: ICVGENE N. S'1'r3El.Y Houma E. EDWARDS EUGENE P. wYIII'I'llSlDII Wk1NlmEl.l. E. Kmivvrzn JLLIIIIIVS D1LLoN S. BROWN VVARIJ L. EDWARDS Holsxm' H. Moms EDMUND C. DAILY IVAN W. Huzszn ARTHLR L. OWEN ' f1'c'1rl of ugricullure JOHN W. LLOYD, Ph. D. Keepper Whiteside Kenney Boyle Steely Mathers Daily Hin-ser Edwards Carlson Owen Brown Lehmann Lloul Albert Colcgrove Moats Miller Page 331 D . - 1 . I h1 Eta Igma Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Illinois Chapter Thirty Active Chapters RIALTRICE V. ADAMS ROBERT D. ARMSTRONG BERNARD BERKOVITZ LARIOYNE D. BI-IARDEN WINS'l'ON E. BLACK KENNETH W. BOWEN LEO J. BRAIIENEG JOHN J. BRANDLIN ALLEN BRl'l"l'ON ROBERT F. BURNS DONALD F. BUTLER RICHARD J. CHRISTMAN WILSON E. CLINE JOHN R. CIILRERT ARTHUR E. CULLISON ROMAN B. DAHIIIUS GILLARD D. DEARLOVE WIL1.IANI L. DUNN ROBERT C. ECKHARDT WESLEY L. EDDY I O If l To l'lIL'ULLl'llg6 high svlIola1'slzip among yirst year men HAR0l.D S. DAWSON Faculty Aflriscr WILLIAM A. KNIGHT . . Senior Adviser MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GEORGE J. ICHNI DEO Kl.EIN ARTHUR E. FISHER WlI.LIAR1 S. FISHMAN FRANK J. FORNOFF HARVEY W. CEIST KENNETH L. GITSTAFSON RICHARD C. HALL WILLIAM E. HENRIQRSEN HOWARD P. HETZNER ROIIERT C. HIIIRONYBIUS URIIAN HIPP JOHN O. IIONNOLD JOHN J. HUTCIIINSON WAI.'I'ER C. HYZER JOHN E. IRLAND GEORGE W. JAMES GEORGE D. JOHNSON JOIIN C. JONES ISADORE A. K.AN11EN KARL F. KREIIS JVIARCVS W. LEVY JOHN K. RICKINNEY KENT C. IVICKNIGHT I,0NAl.D F. lXICBlIl.LEN DONALD B. lIrlEI.VII.Ll-L HERIIERT H. IXIITIIHELL RIERLI-I W. NIYERS QIEORCI-1 J. O'NEII, CIIARLI-IS V. O'HERN .IACOII OSER NIAERICE D. IIEARLMAN ALBERT R. PETTYJOHN EDWARD B. I,I.AT'I'NER PERRY H. PLIIMMER PAUL I.. POIROT FREDERICK J. PORT EDGAR A. POST BEN F. RAILSRAGK EUGENE C. ROBERTSON ROIIERT E. RYDE JOHN C. SCOTT ALIIERT J. SIMON RAYMOND 0. SMITH JAMES H. STEIN DALE D. STREID CHARLES H. STIYBENRAUCII WILLIAM P. TALIIOT .IAMES D. TAYLOR III-IO TEPIIER EVERETTE M. VULLE WINSTON .I. WAYNE ROBERT N. WEIIER EDWIN F. WHITE GERALD M. WHITMAN FRED M. WILLIANIS HOIIARD W. WRICLEY DONALD M. WROUGH'f0N Hetzner Armstrong I-'earhnan Elmi Klein Eckhardt Hieronyinus Wlntmatn Hutchinson Bl'i1IlKIIIIl Bowen Cliristixmn Fornoft' Black Dunn Gustafson Ryde Brnbenec Wayne PoSt Streid Poirot Stein McKinney Talbot Kainien O'Hcrn Fislnnun Krebs Britton Geist Berkovitz Dearlove Williams McMillen Culbert Rztilsb Ick Page 935 llr:IIIt:I Roth Murphy Smith Gray Leiter Allen Pzlrsulis Ilzlnsi-II Marr N2ll'IllllC FlyIIII Meutz Rylllkkfl' .Innes .lucly MCMICIIIICI Iiucllgcr f V Y .lx appa VI, au . lpha l"0llll4ll'll, lfiliversity of Missouri. 1909 Illinois llliaplvr SPve:IIteeII Active fiIlLlIltCl'5 To 1'e'1'og11I':f' mul In Ifrzvuuragu lrigfz .vr'lmIz1l's1Iip in juurnalisnz FMlL'l,'l'Y CHARLES L. ALLEN, A. M. iIIIARI.Es li.FREIIERI41R, M. S. LAWRENCE W. A1lfRPllY, A. M.. Liu. ll. REVEL R. BARLOW, A. M. Ulllll LI. LEI'I'ER, A. B. FRIEDRICK S. Sll-IllER'l', A. B.. J. D. BI'RRI's S. DICKINSON, Ph. D. .lmix W. BRANIA AXYILLIAM L. DAY llIIARLEs F. FLYNN MEMBERS IN LNIYI-IRSITY RLTII E. IlUlJSllUN RLRY K. JuAEs NY ILLIAAI H. ,lI'nY liI.Alil-I A. All-LNTZ I'Jl.lZAlil-L'l'll G. NARDINE ,IIYNI-I F. PARSIJNS PIIYLLIS lt. URAY PALI. C. All'IAlll'llAFI. Ll-lS'l'l-lk L. ROBERTSON KAIIIRYN C. HANSEX J.-XNEE.1AI.-XRK l'1AliULll G. ROETTCER lpha Lambda Delta Fmimlccl, lfllivcrsity of llliIIOiS, 1924 lllinois cilllllllli' To l'Ill'ULLl'llgl? NIAHIA LEUNARII, A. M lIHl'ISl'I B. DIIINRAR, Ph. I ,ANNA K. mx AIAIEN BARRARA P. BISCHOFF KA'l'llliY'N V. BOWEN VIRGINIA BRIIJIQES IDA M. BLIIIJ Ill-ILEN F. BURT R. AIARGARET CIHIAPIN 'l'IIEI.xIA F. CLEA1 JEAN D. CIIILE Al.-ANY F. lImIER AIAHY f,i0l'R'l'RlGHT 'l'IIELxIA li. DANNER and reirrmi lzigfz s1'fIu1rzl'sfIip unmrzg Ifzc ll'tIV7Il'IL of llw frcsllnzan F M IU l fl' Y . . . Aulimzul I,l'f'XI:lll'I1L PEARL BRUAILEY . J. H1.nsALIE M. PARII, Ph. D. Ilil-INI-1 D. 1,11-IKSON, A. B. M EM B F HS IN l'NlYliliSl'l'Y HL"l'H E. EI1wARI1s BIARJOHIE R. EIClll'1l.SllOl-Ll'i1flili AIILDRI-ID A, FISH HR LORETTA E. FUELLINLQER HELEN E. FRos'IA AIARY A. GALE :ALICE M. HARRINGIUA M. ELIZABETH HARRISIIN LUIS E. HEYHR M. SOPIIIA IAIAIELE ELIZAIIETII A. .lAxIEs EYELYN M. LALRENIQE LILARIISI-ll. LEE lA1AlllLAlll-l'l' L. LEIINIANN AIARY J. LEISENRING EIINA R.Ll-1Vl'15 l':l,lZAlil-1'l'l-I M. LL'I1KARDT MARY J. RICGUIGAN SARAII R. iMAl-ISHALI. ELIEANOR J. NIIELKE AIARY MILLER RIRIII NIUSIIEK I'il.lZAlll'L'l'lI A. AIOSIMAN FLUKINI-T li. Pl-LTRI RILIIARII L. RUIII ELLEN L. RYNIlxl-ill BE'I"rY SAIIIII JIIIIN L. S'I'RllllM Twenty-live Active lfliapters Class of U10 li1Il'I'cl'xi!y nf lllirwix . . . . Svrzior .f'!l,l'I.SlIl' RLIIII A. WARIIALI., A. M. BEA'I'RII1I-1 J. PIERSUN IQ.-ATE W. PRlliS'l'l.l-IY ALICE C. RICE VIULA F. RORISON KIRRER SAIITII Cl-IARLO'll'I'E L. Sou'I'IIsI lllli FRANCES L. SI-EAR AIILDKED C. SI-IESAIAN CARULYN L. S'I'RI'RII:I:R Bl-ITTY L. 'l'IImIA5 AIABRE D. WISE AL-XKIAN L. Woou Spiesmain Prim-stlvy I.l'lIlllIlllll Fm-lliiigur Colo Hzirrison Fisher Lewis Smilliwick Bowen f'h:IpiII H2ll'l'iIlgtllIl l.:III1'vIII'c Luckharclt 'l'lIOIII:Is Nillfilllflilll Mosher Burt EiclIels1l0eI'feI' ll:IIIIIcI' XVoml l'nIIrlwri,9:lIt Build Ctlllllll' Wim- ll. Piciwuii RUbiS0ll B1llSilllilll I. l'iersuII Luoiiziril Miller Petri BYOIIIIOY von Almcn Smilh Page 333 4' an 0' 1' u. 0 0 J J 1 ua I I' efffafww HEILLIOOF1934 S XTY OF, Xxx W' fz WN? ""' Q . glwgfla A :gi-.xx Vi go I i ' E 2 2 'W' i Q 1 ff' p ' Algf 'K 1 ERE? ,-w,!' A Acacia . Alpha Chi Rho . Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Epsilon Pi . Alpha Gamma Rho . Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Rho Chi . . Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega . Beta Psi . . Beta Sigma Psi . Beta Theta Pi . Chi Beta . Chi Phi . Chi Psi . . Delta Alpha Epsilon . Delta Chi . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Phi Alpha . Delta Phi . . Delta Pi . . Delta Sigma Lambda Delta Sigma Phi Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon . Farm House Kappa Delta Rho Kappa Sigma . Lambda chi Alpha . Phi Delta Phi . Phi Delta Theta Pc Index of Social . 356 . 375 . 358 . 371 . 382 . 359 . . 385 . 372 . 360 . 345 . 393 . 397 . 349 . 355 . 366 . 367 . 389 . 390 . . 352 . 403 . 383 . 401 . 396 . 380 . 340 . 354 3 . . 373 . 386 . 342 . 374 . 348 .344 Fraternities Phi Epsilon Pi . Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa . Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Tau Phi Mu Delta . Phi Pi Phi . Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Psi Upsilon . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu Sigma Chi . . Sigma Delta Kappa . . Sigma Delta Rho Sigma Mu Sigma Sigma Nu . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma Pi . . Tau Delta Phi . Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon . . Theta Chi . . 'Theta Delta Chi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Upsilon Omega Theta Xi . . Triangle . Zeta Beta Tau . Zeta Psi . 384 346 368 353 343 376 387 392 364 378 365 34-7 379 341 402 400 399 350 351 381 361 398 394 369 377 362 391 395 388 357 370 363 Acacia Ralph M. Fisher Alpha Chi Rho Donald F. .I a ckson Alpha Chi Sigma Jerome B, Swartz Alpha Della Phi Russell E. Baker Alpha Epsilon Pi William P. Gerber Alpha Gamma Rho J. Lyle 'l'risler Alpha Kappa Lambda Howard W. Campbell Alpha Kappa Pi George H. Priddle Alpha Rho Chi Kent Lane Alpha Sigma Phi Charles E. Pruett Alpha Tau Omega Frederick H. Byergo Beta Psi Eugene F. Bond Beta Sigma Psi Ralph E. VValline Bela Theta Pi Sanford Watkins Chi Beta Ilarry Hill Iuterfraternity Council Rommr P. Goins . EUGENE F. BOND RALPH E. WALLINE Eowtmo G. SANDERSUN XVILLIAM L. I,Av1c1QA JOHN H. Bo1.c1-:ERT FREDERICK H. BYERGO Established, 1911 OFFICERS CABINET MEMBERS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY . Presitlenl . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant Roscoe T. Coon DoNAl.o B. Ruiimmms Phi Epsilon Pi Chi Phi Roscoe 'l'. Cook Chi Psi Robert P. Gibbs Della Alpha Epsilon Kenneth L. Ettenson Della Chi Robert T. Ball Della Kappa Epsilon Roger G. Carlson Della Phi Nvllliillll L. Lavieka Delta Sigma Lambda .Iohn H. Bolehert Delta Sigma Phi Dunlap Harrington Delta Tau Delta Robert L. Beall Della Upsilon Myron D. King Farm House TlIllOt1ly G. Miner Kappa Della Rho Robert D. Schutt Kappa Sigma F. LeRoy Hess Lambda Chi Alpha Robert I. Metcalf Phi Delta Theta Norman P. Jones Ilenry S. Joseph Phi Gamma Delta Richard ll. Grolneter Phi Kappa 1.00 P. Morgan Phi Kappa Psi William Gntgsell Phi Kappa Sigma Carlton S. Smith Phi Kappa Tau Donald B. Richards Phi Mu Della Gustave M. Groh Phi Pi Phi Thomas P. Dart Phi Sigma Kappa LeRoy C. Smallenberg Pi Kappa Alpha Howard C. Hartman Psi Upsilon Howard P. Exnrieh Sigma Alpha Epsilon Robert E. Baker Sigma Alpha Mu Herbert VV. Grossman Sigma Chi Edwin M. Jones Sigma Delta Rho Donald K. Eekfeld Sigma Mu Sigma John F. Kausal El' Sigma Nu lsldward G. Sanderson Sigma Phi Epsilon Arthur C. Nlllllllilll Sigma Phi Sigma Clifford F. Bailer Sigma Pi LeRoy E. Kruggrl Tau Della Phi Sol Porte Tau Epsilon Phi Harold Tucker Tau Kappa Epsilon Carl H. Olson Theta Chi Louis E. Beckman Theta Delta Chi J. Harold Glascoek Theta Kappa Phi George F. Houndt Theta Nu Epsilon John l'. Ligrget Theta Upsilon Omega Haviland A. Connolly Theta Xi Robert M. Metz Triangle Alwin FZ. VVand0:'0r Zeta Beta Tau Charles Tanzer Zeta Psi Xvlllllllll M. Sivyer Bond Sanderson Gibbs Walline Lavieka Page 33.9 1 I 11 f l 3. I X -Dfw i ' fir ' if 3- . A-ll -- 'Aff' df Zan Founded-Retlluny College, 1859 :z Seventy-five Active Chapters BETA I'I'SlI.0N CHAPTER :: Estuhlislwed, IST? z: 302 East John Street Allen Muns Slllilll Stephens Hopkinson Manning Uarrzlrcl Be-:Ill Cruiprlxtnn Eastin A. Smillmurs Ilcwitt Adis Alexznndcr Mn'Clevey Blue Gmgg Liese CIIOQIIIII Neiger Smith Gntely 'llllZll'k0T Hrnwn Iinhcrts Cnyner Farris XVilk:xitis Cagann Tuylnr Dnwer Peeplcs Fuletti Sll0I'lll2llI Ponder K.Slllltll9l'S Blulliken llnllxzlkel' Blurmy 'llllPllll0l'6 Gardner Johnson Pugrf .LM FM1UI.TY IXIARTIN J. PRLEHA. Ph. D. GEORGE F. S13HR'AR'l'z, A. Nl. ROBERT F. Sl-IYISUIXI, Ph. D. FRANK R. Swurrn, II. Sc. PIIINEAS L. WINIISIJR, Ph. B. GRADUATE STUDENTS .I OHN T. ALLEN C. EUGENE NIANNINO CHARLES E. SHALL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROBERT L. BI-1Al.I. HOWARD C. BI.I'l-I C. RICHARD CRI-IIILIITON BOB J. GARRARD GEORGE B. HEw1'I"I' HAROLD R. IIOPRINSON RALPH E. IVIIINS TIILBERT A. SNIITII NURNI.-KN I..S'rE1-HENs ,lzuxmrs IIAROLD E. COOLAN lxl.-XURICE R. l'lAS'l'IN IIILIIERT R. CRAIQIL JAMES L. ,IOIINSHN TIIEODORI-I W. l.ll-ISE ARTIILR NI. Xll'llI.l-KEY llll.-XRI.ES J. XIVRIIXY SU1l!IUIIl0l't'S GEORGE W. 'Kms IIOWARD L. .'xl.EX'XNllliR ARNOLD R. CACQXNN FRED F. FAl.E'I"l'I TIIOAIAS C. CA'l'Iil.Y IIENRY T. NEIL!-Ili .IANIES J. PARRER AUSTIN C. SNIITIIERS FI'0Sl1IIIl'Il FRANK L. BROWN, JR. ALLEN E. RRI RAIQI-Ill .IOIIN V. COYNER XVILLIAIXI Il. IJOWER CHARLES C. FARRIS BRADLEY C. GARDNER ALBERT IJ. lxTITl.I.lKI-IN ICIDWARD T. PEE:-LEs JOSEPH W. IIUADI-il! llIIARLI-IS E. RODERIS ROSCOE C. SIIERHAN, JR. K. AMES SXIITIII-IRS IIODGE S. TAYLOR RICHARD I.. TIIAIIKER .JOHN A. YFIIEOIJORI-I EDWARD P. WVILKAITIS :W- -E. .A .J FACULTY DAVID H. CARNAIIAN, Ph. D. WILLIAKI A. GANSTER, B. S. HARRY W. HECKNIAN, M. S. JOHN G. 1VIE'I'CAI.F, B. A., B. MRS. JOIIN A. RAMSEY, A. M. CHARLES G. ROWE, A. M. GRADUATE STUDENT WILL H. OLDIIAM, JR. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors PAUL G. ATEN ROBERT C. CARI.IN STEPHEN J. COLLINS LLOYD L. CRUSIUS LAWRENCE B. HOTCIIKISS EDWIN M. JONES GEORGE J. KIEDAISCII JAMES E. LOWRY OSCAR W. BIILLER WILDUR J. THOMPSON Juniors CHARLES ANDREWS ISAAC N. COOLLEY, JR. JOSEPH W. DANELY JACQUES A. DIJFRESNE FRENCH L. FRAKER EDWARD M. GLRR LELAND H. LIUNT CLENIENT H. IRELAND GEORGE A. LECC ARTHUR R. SEASS CHARLES F. SIIORT ROBERT H. TIICKER BIONROE B. VAN CIQNTEN JOIIN P. VAN Ll-IER Soplmmores FOSTER C. BENNETT EDWARD T. RICDAYID, JR. JOSEPH E. BIANN WII.LIAlI A. BI.-XRS'1'ELI.liR FRANK V. MILLER LET B. PITCHER TED S. TAYLOR HENRY W. WE1II..AU Freshmen PIIILLIP A. CRIIIFIELD BIARTIN E. DENTON HOWARD T. DIXON GEORGE W. EASTERBROOK WII.I!IYR HENRY JAY IZ.1NIATlIIS V. GEORGE AIUSSELMAN JACK B. PRICE ROBERT J. ROURKE WILLIANI R. THOMAS RICHARD H. TUCKER ROY H. ZINKIL 'Y 'v -- - msg' ,O 's a t?Sb 1- fn-3, . 2' " H 1 an A I - -,I 1 595 1 W. CL F0LLIItll'll7'1xI1Lll'III University, 1855 :: Ninety-three ACtive ChupterS KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER z: EStRb1iS1Ie11, 1881 :: -110 EaSt John Street Lowry TJIUIIIDSUII Akon Ireland Carlin Coolley Crusius Metcalf Short Jones 01141113111 Rnnlscy Dufrcsne Dllllfjly .Xmlrews RYJIIIGUIIICII Legzg Kicrlaisvh Gllfl' Rohert'l'uc'ker Fraker Eastcrbrook Hunt Rourke Taylor RVCJIJZIU BQIIIIUII F.MilleI' Mathis 0.Millcr Munn McD:1Vid Pitcher Mnrsteller 'l'h4nn:IS Dixon Denton RiI'1I:lrrl'l'1Icker CliH'OI'II Zinkil Crillfield Price Page 3.41 I! 4?f'3wz1jgjg,fa - T ' ,fri s ' A-, 4.41 , A 11 U KEJQJQE L 1446 1"our141wl-I7IIivf-I'SiIy of Virginia, I869 :: One Hnnmlreml Eight Active Chapters ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER :: RSRIJIIISJIPII, 1891 :: 212 East Daniel Street Cooper DSl'I'llll,2'll Uslzorlie Anger Barnes Fl2lClllll1lllll J"1llg.ZL'l' Sl1llllllQl"S Smith Long 'l'lI:u'ker TOIICOIT Gaiddis Story Hziuter Haus Farwell Mc'l'aggzIrt Middleton Cnrrisoiu Hmlcleley Spence Brown Vuiilfltta Loomis Bennett Hamilton Boyer Grimm Kntsch Nilson Grahmii lfliclmlkmiit Hellmich 'IJJIOIIIDSOII Boyle Lowe Hess BISSOII Mitchell Ham Bnuerle Mairshzill Patton Symonds Kim-nixl Grieve Cullinnn Strom Cornell Miller Page 342 FACULTY LIIIARLI-QS E. BRADBIQRY, M. F. A. WVINSOR W. BROWN, B. S. CECIL V. DONOVAN, B.P., M.F.A WVALTER F. FRESH, A. M., C. P. A ltEYNOI.II C. FUSON, Ph. D. S'I'ANI.liY W. HALL, B. S. AI.IIER'I' T. HELBING, Ph. D. GI-IORGE A. HIZFF, B. S. WIYKI-ISSCWICDOUCAI.,A.lN1.,.J.S.D. HERIIERT F. IWIOORE, M. E., D. Sc. IVAN WRIGHT, Ph. D. HOIIERT C. ZLIIPKE, Ph. B. MENIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MAX W. BISSON W. ROBERT BOYI-LR MfyAl.'l'ER D. BOYLE J"iVl1lll-1'l"1' W. EICIIELKRAUT .l. WILSON GADDIS ll. PAIII. GRAHAM FREIIRIC A. GRIMII KIQNWOOD HAIJTER HI IISON A. I-IELLAIICH F. LEROY HESS WILLIANI J. KUTSCH IIUWARD J. LOWE FRANCIS J. IWJCTACGART CORIION M. IVIARSHALL, JR. LAWRENCE E. NILSON ,JOHN M. THOIIIPSON .IOIIN TONCOFF Juniors FIIWARII W. ANCER ALLEN R. BENNETT IIENRY S. BERNET DONALD CARRISON WVALTER M. ENGER CIIARLES F. FLACHMANN LIRIESTON J. FOSTER NIAIKLIN F. HAAS XVILLIA RI E. HAMILTON CARI. S. LONG, JR. DONALD E. LOOAIIS J Amzlc IC. BIILLER FRANEIS M. NIITCIIELL AIUNTFORT H. SMITH HOWARD T. STORY LEONARD IC. STROM WILLIANI A. SEMMERS ILUIITLANDT SYMONDS DON W. THACKER .IOIIN W. USBORNE Sophomores GEORGE D. BARNES ROIIERT P. BROWN ROIIERT M. DERROUGH IIURINC C. FARWI-:LL WILLIAM S.1I1DDLE'l'ON WILLIAII E. SPENCE Freshmen TIIOIIAS W. BADDELEY ROBERT K. BAUERLE J. FENIIIIORE COOPER ICIJWARII L. CORNELL, JR. DIIANE A. CULLINAN KOIIERT S. GRII-:VE WILIIURT D. HAII JOHN 'l'. KINCAIIJ HARVEY D. INICCOLLUM, JR. J AMES J. PATTON J AMES P. VAN ETTA ll. WVILLIS WINSTON FAC lf LT Y Annu u R. Cmrilnicmg, Ph. D. L1nAin.i3s R. I"m:m:n14,:i4, NI. S, PAUL N. IIANDIS, Ph. D. Cnms S. Rnoniz, R. S. Airrilnn C. WIILLARD, B. S. GRADUATE STUDENTS T. GAILLAHD IQNAPIWLNISI-IIIGER Riclhxkn A. Wriuiil MENIISERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors IIARRY T. IIARLOW, .l R. Ronigirr A. O'NlAL1.m' Ouy Nl.Sc11xmnER lI,xHl.'1'O5 S. Swniu LHROY E. SI'RAuL'E Ronizicr W. W.-um Juniors R0lSlillT VV. BEHKEH, .l H- IIARIINER W.lli:nm1c1K F. Russ Huis JOHN MCIJANIHI. IIARNY S. Nl.u.ON ROY S. PITKIN A.Rn:11.xinmRm'm.i, xYll.l.lA3I B. SINCI..-Xlll Suplrurizrwcs Elm IN ll. Mums, llc. 0.Wll.1.mM ALLISON JOHN D. .-hisiuux J. W11.L1Ax1BAl.LO1' Romzm' Z. Bommm RiC1i.xRnl,.I-'mrly JOHN A. FUZAK lhzmn-:ur CI, Crxmzu WA1.'1'mr C. HAYNI-LS Gizoiups li, PHILLIPS Romzm' S. Ri'x1xI1.i:x PETER W. SEYI., IR. Ff4'S1lHlt?7L W'lI.l.lANl A. El.i.sisi3nRY RALVH F. FEROITSON THUNIAS J. FOLEY NORTON R. GROTH Kun. Nl. Kiick Cuomaa J. l.Ow IJANA W. XIOURE, JR. Gonlmx I". TYRm:1.i. wYll.I.lARl l1.WnY'1'i3 lfggg, l 4.3 Mi flajajm I ma 1'vlIllHlI0ll+TTIIIYPTSIIY of Pennsylvania, 1850 :: Thirty-eight Active Chapters Rll0 ifH.Nl'rl'l'lR :: EStz1l1lislwd. ISQQ 1: 313 East Chalmers Street NTEIVUII Moore Iiroth Kcck lillsbcrry Tyrrell Whyte Ferguson I.Ow Foley BUCIIIIICII Aflnrns Phillips Allison Haynes Seyl .XIllCl'lIl2lll Balluu Rununler Frederick Pitkin Gunner Ilcidric-k Mcllzlnicl Hilo.-s Revell Sinclair Becker Frnin Schneider Kllzippclxbcuzer Smith Harlow xvilfll Sprague XVelch O'BIz1llcy Page 3.43 I 6 . fb 'fi Ma jeffd lei.. Founded-Miarrii University, I848 :: Une hundred frve Active Chapters ILLINOIS ETA CIIAPTEK :: Fstahlislied, 1893 :: 309 East Chalmers Street Parmelec Parker Wright TCCllli1ll Rapp Mills Seamons Cummings Wallace Keil Durfee Acton Bcardsley Miller Smith Allen A.Drapcr Clark Booz Layman McAfoOs Johnson Roles Swann Nelson Cook Kemp Jones Ricker Murray llallberg Tawney Haskell Clarke Meek Hutson Price Statler Maynard Good Lewers W.DI'aper VVagner Menke Cutter Wilmer Peterson Snyder .lust Carlin Brewster Mclninclr Bean Pngrf 34,7 FACULTY NEIL C. BROOKS, Ph. D. HARRISON F. CUNNINGHAM, A. B IIOMER A. DENNIS, A. M. FRANK W. IJEWlJl.F, B. S. JUSTA M. LINDGREN, M. S. XVILLIANI A. OLDEATIIER, Ph. D., Ll.. D. GEORGE P. TUT'l'l.E, B. S. INIFMBFRS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors EDWARD I. BOIES DAVID F. COOK ANDREW S. DRAPER W. xvlillli JOIINSON NORMAN P. JONES HARRIS A. KEINIP JAMES P. KIRK JOIIN M. MEAFOOS DONALD INICDONALD Wll.l.l.A M F. INIURRAY RUSSELL B. NELSON WILLIAM S. RICKER FRANK W. SWANN, JR. Juniors HARVEY H. JACTON NIlil,VIl.l.l-I W. BEARDSLEY JONATIIAN P. Booz JEAN Nl. BIIRKHART CLINTON O. CLARK, JR. BARTON A. llUMMINcs ROBERT H. DADANT 'IJHEUDOIKI-I B. DIIRI-'EE DONALD C. KI-LII. N. IIALI. LAYMAN f:lfl.VEllf1.JXIlLI.S TIIEODORE D. PAHMELEE NVILLIANI E. R.-API' F. I.AwRENr1E SEAMANS IIALL F. TEI-LNIAN Snphomores JAMEs L. ALLEN WAl.'l'ER H. DRAPER RORERI' Ii. HALLIIERG PHILIP B. H.ASKELL C. RICH ARD Ll-IWI-TRS GEKTIIIQE A. PARKER LOIfIs A. SMITH GEORGE B. TAWNEY IVIIl.'l'0N H. WAGNER JOIIN K. VU.-ALLACE ROIIERT 11. WRIGIIT Frvslrmen ROISI-IRT A. BEAN DERRICK I.. BREWSTER GEORGE W. CARLIN JAMES T. CLARKE WIl.l.IARl W. CUTTER ROBERT O. COOD S. CLAUDE HIITSON FRANK A. JOST, JR. NELSON W. NICININCH JAMES F. IXIAYNARD DAVID F. MEEK DONALD M. BIENKE C. IVICDONAID Ol-IIIMKE RORERT W. IIIETEHSON 'I'. JEFF IIRICE, JR. Crs H. RADEIIAUGII CARROLL F. SNYDER HOWARD A. S'l'OTl.ER, JR. FRANK M. WlI.3lPIR 1 1, A 12 FA C L LTY IIIMLIQR ADANIS, l'h. D. CIIAIILES L. ALLEN, A. M. AH'l'IIIjH G. A NDI-lRSON,fI.I'I.. l'h.D AIITIIUIK S. IIOLISY, Ph. D. J OIIN A. HANIIIJIQIN, A. KI. Il. SMITH llol-Kms, Ph. D., D. Sc. XVILISI-1R'I' E. KARRLNRROLR, Ph. D. JUIIN W. AICAIAIIAN, Nl. S. IIALL L. NI1w:mII:II, M.5.,lI. I'. A. :I:NA'l'IIAN A. WlIlS'l'0N, Ph. D. GRADUATIC STUDENT IIOWELL R. Mr1llnNNEI.I. MEMBERS IN l'NIYlIRSl'I":' R .Q ,fi 'Qff?l'5'le, Q"""' . ll, ' ff' 'QS St?lIl.lIl'S if K A Q ' Vg. ,' I I :Q 4, . , 5 il :nk ' If :W . . WILLIAIII P. l.I.ARIs Hi., A K'-- 1 W. IQIJWARD CLILNNON 1 K 4 V FRANK E. IIILR I'I"I' I IIIJWARD M. IIII-Ili ,IIIIIN II. LIINII IAIIJIO B. PAYNIQ XYAYNE G. SNIIIII .l. II-XHKISON WIJIIII: .711 I. Q... W.. . Juniors 'MIN M' AMHIRSUN IWIILVILIGIIYYIlflllllil Nlilitury Institute. 1865 NIIIOQ'-IIOIII' Active Chapters WIILLIS M' B"IK'7AW GAMMA ZILTA CHAI"I'I'IH 1: IfstIIIuIisIIHII, l395 :: II00 Wvest I'PIII15yIvIIuiaI Avenm- IXIKILIJ H. BYIZIIILH Iillfll.-XRD H. Gluis I-IIIWARD P. IRoxs IIICIIINAHD LI. I.I1uIs WII.I,IAmI N. I'II'I3R, JR. Flll-ID C. RUI-ZI2I4I1R'r vv'I!.l.I.-XM AI. 5t'0'll'I' Soplzunwrcs ' .i?"?" I,liYI5 D. BRADSIIAW J AMES W1 CAXIOOD GEORGE J. IQIINI ,ng XVILLIAM R. CAUSE GILORGE B. Cl"l'lIHlE WWIILLIARI R. KIIEIRLE lioIsILR'r W. IQINNI-SAK IIIQNHY J. 'I'RUI'I"r IIARII .l. WIQINMAN Frvsfmmn Wll.l.lAlI F. Blsuol-IJ, JR. ,f IIAISILRT YV. Bonus DONALD E. BoI'I1Iu:AL J. BRADFORD COLE IWIYRON E.FuI.I.I:R1'oN IIARRY P. CRI:I:I' HIJWARD A. IIEIJII .AIITIIUR L. XII RI-'IN l':I.Nll'lR R. PILNIIARYIS WILLIS E. l'I1RIsIIo llARoI.II B. RILEIJ IIIIARLES R. SAIITII 'I'IRlcl Murtiu Fullerton liI'uIIsIIzIw Cuwoucl H.'1'1'uitt Guuse Ribble Iihui XVOIIIIIIZIII A i ' Bisllupp Giles Svott Piper Irons Ilycrgo liII0I'keI't lmwis Anrlvrsou Cole 'I URBAN rl RUHVT Wcrlig llrcr Piiylli' Lund llcwitt VV.Smith BICLIUIIIIQII Vlurk Glc-IIIIIIII Bercuw 'Deceased J. 'Pruitt Swcrlluud Bourlreau Kinneax' Reed Pemlurvis Creep Heep Boggs Perisho lwljff' ,MT f"fI1I'A ,X I 1. 1 . FEWWI Mg Qmm jeffd FIIUHIIUIIYWYIISDIIIQIIOII und Jefferson College, I848 1: Seventy-three Active Chapters CHI IOT.-X LIIIAPTER :: Established. I898 :: -1-OI East John Street Gronleter Marshall Fisher Urbahn R.Seely Knight Miller Turner Gunnell Runnells Bengel Hughes I.Seely Crook Boynton Shevlin Dykstra Lee Gore Buswoll Hetzner Gillogly deV:1rennes Sweney Railshzu.-k Wheeler Koch Sellers Svlnnidt Smith 'l'I'iebel Hnwkinson Schick Ferrell Norton Page 346 FA CU LTY JOIIN S. CKANDI-LLL, B. S., C. E. .XRTIIIIR H. DANIELS, Ph. D. DAVID KINI.EY, Ph. D., LL. D. OLIVER L. INICCASKILI., Ph.B., J.D FRED B. Sl-IELY, M. S. GRADUATE STUDENTS KENNETII C. LYON POMEROY SINNUCK ,JOHN J. TIIORNRORROW MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors IXIORRIS L. FIsI-IER RICHARD B. GRONIEIIER WILLIAM A. KNlfGlI'l' WALTER fl. LECK MAX W. NIARSIIALL JOHN G. IVIILLER. JR. CARLTON P. RUSSELL RALIIII W. SI-IELY MAX 0. I'RI:AI-IN Juniors A WILLIAII J. BENIQEI. EDWIN L. BOYNTON FRED S. CROOK WILLIAM H. FERRELL JOIIN W. CUNNELI. CIIARLES E. HI'GlIES, JR. DAVID B. RLNNELLS IRVINI: Ii. SEELY HAROLD L. SELLERS GEORGE II. SHEVLIN. JR. Soplzomores ROIBEITI' J. BIJSWELI. HARRY I. GILLOGLY, JR. PIIILII' E. GORE HOWARD P. HETZNER FREDERIC E. LEE, JR. FREDERICK A. NORTON BEN F. RAILSISACK JACK C. SWENEY ALBERT DEVARENNES, JR. Freshmen EDWARD F. DYKSTRA AR'l'Hl'R D. HAWKINSON DAVID R. KOCII W. RICHARD SCIIICK WILLIAM B. SCIIXIIDT F. INIARSHALL SMITH ALRERI' H. TRIEBEI., JR. W. INIORGAN WHEELER FMIlfL'l'Y Pl-'kl'l. Nl.llRm3N,Pl1.D. OSCAR A. l,r:1"1'w11.1aR, B. S.. Xl. l- fl.-XZE li.l,1'RAs, 51. 11. ll. .-X. ICDWIN T. XIIERTZ, BI. 5. Wn,l.1Ax1 ll. ROSE, Ph. D. FRED H. 'I'l RNRR. Ph. D. PADI, h1.X,AN ARSD!-ll.l., Nl. H. GR.-XDI' XTR S'l'l'DEN'l' ALI!!-IRT Sn 1 'rn MENIBI-IIIS IN lfN1YERSl'l'Y Seniors TIIEUIJUIII-1Il..'xliENI.-XZNN ROBERT Il. IMRHR EIJMUNID ll. IJIIALOX FRED F. FRIA R HOWARD N. FROYD ,IAA1Rsll.I,ARr: HARf,JLIl A. h1Yl-IRS Jolnw W. Nl-llll-IR fXIARsllAl,ll ll. OLSON W. llL'x1'r:R R1 SSIELL VLAHIQN1 ri li. Sonrnsrlum juniors FRAN4:1s Nl. BARON YHRMA l3AR'I'r2l.S 1'1LRn:r: S. BIHRIIOFF J. CAHKIIIAI. Ilulfrox WRILIAI.-X NI .l. FRIEND ALRR1c'1 Nl. GUI-IIIDE XvAl.'l'l-Ili W. GRICAH HERR1-gR'1' K. HENRY RAY,l.Kl'lilf1l' RIQIIIARIJ W. I,L1iTw11.ER PAVL K. xIfIKNlCHT w7II.llIANI ll. HUSKAMP, J R. EDWARD E. VARNUNI WAIWRR I.. VV!-1AVER,,-IR. Sopfz 01110 rcs ALRRR1' 0. HARD HARlPI.l7fV1. BAUNIAN ROIBIER1' M. BROWN Josul-n H. lfAxn-DELL RKJIHIIPI' ll. llANll'liEl,L ALRRRI S. li1'ssr:1.L BKIWII-Q K.'l'1f1r: F1'1'xf1Nzf'rz XVARKEN I-I. CLOYIER ROGER Nl.ll1xoN GEORDE A. KAI-ISI-IR CHARLES fl. TUCVAUCII Romznl' fl. RVSSELL :RE H zmilfldiflzm Fnun114-rf-Lwniversity of Alilbdlllll. 1855 :: Une Iilllllll'l'Ll Six -Xvtive Clnxpters ILLINOIS BETA llllM"l'l'fR :: ESllllbll?llIl'1l. 1899 1: 211 East Daniel Slrvut Kaeser l-'ricncl XVc:1vvr Hixon Glover Birkhoff Guedcle Rllskillllll R. Russell R,l,a-utwilor Varnum Smith .I.Camphell Bin-Knight Soderstrom Frink VunArs1lcll R.lfu1npbell A. Russell Bzxrcl Henry lialrmm G11-ur Bfllllllilll lirmvn Olson 'l'i4-0 Froyml linker Myers ll. Russell l,:lkc In ugrf J47' M5 jeffd M5 Founded!-University of Michigan, 1369 1: Sixty-one Active Chapters l.-XNCDELL INN CHAPTER :: Estalylished, 1901 :: 303 Rust John Street l Curineily H0f1'Illllll Powers Slioemukcr SWQIIIII AlllllIl9Cl'H' Welch ll:-Iiuett Almrliutliy K:IzIppeI1bcI'geI' P. Green Dt'l2lllL'y Sinullenberger Otteson Sawyer Yzirger Jucuhs Kleenc Ulis Byrns Clark VViIIteI' XV1Io1ls Ryan Lewis Hzmnali McLean Exnricli Buyer Ruherls Moelrnzlliu Striplin Nyc 'l'l'llIl0 Renwick Hllflllilll R..luIIes Freslcrick Bmlpror Roshorougll TL'2kll'flCIl Borg' llergstrulu Corley Tenncy A. Jones McCarthy Hodges Buchanan I.c:xI-li F:II':IglIeI' Boyle F2ll'1'll1 Page 348 FAlQlTl.'l'Y ClIAIil.ES1i.CIIIITIS, J. D., A. M. JAMES W. GARNER, Ph. D., LL. D., Litt. D FREIIEIIIIQK GREEN, A. M., LL. B. OLIVEII A. EIAIIIXEII. Dean Emeri- tus, A. NI., LI.. D. OLIYI-Ill L. M4,:llAsI4I1.L, Ph. B., J.D. lWlYRES S.lx11IlJUlIlQAI., A. Nl.,,l. S.D. FIIANLIS S. RoNAI,IIs, Ph. D. MERRILLI.Sf:IINEIII.Y, A.B...I.D.,J.S. D WAIJIEII L.SljNl1lEIlS,A.B.,l,li.B.,,l.D. KIENIIH-IRS IN UNIVEIQSITY S011 lurx ALFIIIIII W. Bom., JR. PAUL F. BUYER ll0I:EII'I' A. CON!-lY C. LY MAN ENIIIILII LESTEII M. 1'lU1f'FMAN LOUIS A, MCLEAN JOHN Nl. Nl0ELlIANN PIIILII' H. NYE FRANK W. RENWIIJK MARK 0. ROIIEIIIS RUSSELL Nl. S'l'RlI'I.IN HiAR0l.lllW1.TENNEY WVILLIA NI T. 'l'III'IIE Juniors FLOYII li. ABEIINATIIY JOHN 'l'. .ALLEN WHIIIIEN H. BAIIGEII CASLIIN K. BENNETT FIIANIQ W. BYRNS ROIIEIII' V. FARALIIER I'IAIl0lill W. HANNAH FAIIIII-1I.L K. Homcrzs WVIILIANI .IALUIIS Rooms D. JONES H0111-1Il'l' ll. KLEENE G1KZliP:.l.llKAS ROlll'1li'l' H. fNlI:CAII'rHY WlIl.l.I.AKNl l.. NA If'1'z1.ER llUN'l'lNtL'l'0N .l. 0'I'Is H0141-1Ii'l' G. O'r'I'I1soN ,I Ames A. Pow EIIS .IOSEPII li. ROSIIUROUGH WII,I.Is P. RYAN Frvsfinzen liIIssI-:LL L. BlillllS'l'HOM WVAlfl'l'1R D. BOYLIQ W. PIII BIUIANAN l.EsLII1 B. CLAIIK, JR. ALVIN F. C0uw11'1NY ROIH-Ill'l' li. DELANEY NIICII.-IEL H. FAHIIIN CIIAIILES H. FREDERICK PAUL NI. GREEN BEIINAIII1 F. HOEFNIAN BER'l'l'Il. E. JoIINsoN l'1LlIl'1li'l' ll. JONES T. Cl.-XIIALARD KNAPPENBERCER SIIELTON B. LEAEII W. JIaIfIfEIIsoN lil-IWIS PAIIIQIQII ff. LIvINI:s'roN RICIIAIIII A. AlI'NNliCKE CIIAIILIQS li. SAvsYI:u STEI-III-LN P. SIIUEIIAIQER IAERUY C. SIIAIALENIIERIZI-:II FIIANIX W. SWANN .loIIN N. 'l'EcAHIIEN RICIIAIID A. XXIELCII NIIIIII I Nll-LR D. WILIIEII ROIIEIII' L. WlN'l'F1R vi'vll.I.l.-XXI F. Woons. Jn. DRY.-Xl, F. YAm:I1II FACULTY I.Evr1nm"r A. AnAx1s,l'l1. D. wYll.l.l.kXlS.BAYI.EY.Pi1.D. fillAlll.ES li. Bmu1N.B.S. ifr:onuE I.. l.l..4lu4, Ph. U. W1l.1,lu1 P. lllsxllkris. A. Nl. KUIHIIKT fillNll.fXNl, B. S., ll. Y. Nl Wn1'1'Nr:x' 61. i'il N'rlNl,'1'Ux, Nl. S l,1.li. ALHN I.. IAM.. Nl. 5. RlIssr:l,1.ll.Nlll.r3s, Nl. Nlns. ifr'1.1.riN W. P.uu1r2l.1-Ll-1. 31.5. 'l'1ImuAs li. Smwerz. llh. D, Wn.l.1AMD. 'l'r1x1m.mlAN, Ph. IJ. lXlENlBPIllS IN UNlYllliSI'l'Y SCllI.Ul'5 lNI11.nUnN E.4.I.ur1:v Frm: A.l1l.Anu XVAYNE ll. Fnugrjn ELDIKIIDCIC l.ow1l..rxm:r1 lfnrzlmrznlltn R. LLTTIIY Louis F. Uvunuann CllAlll,LlS K.ll1'nnnn4 IVAN D. S1lHll5'l'Eli FI.m'nll.S1ux1r:N DoN.lx1.n I". S'rr3r1l.r: T1lmrAslf.S'1'nAw S,-NNI-'0llll VVA'1'xxl1vs J ll n io rs F. Culi1r1'M1x' .Xl:Tm'H Ronrim' l'.Buwn1'n ll Omx I.. llnonmin Fuuli ll. ijlmsm' JUSlil'll .l. HAl.l.r:'1' 1' Hucm' IJ. iilllfl' ,lmilisom ll. lll"I"1'uN WY-kl.I.Xlil1NI.Nil'l.l.lKEN TIIUNIAS l'.Ql'lNN K,xnl.N.llolIl.1-LN Flllillhlllfli C. Suu-my RUM-lli'l' VX. S'1'1cw llmuin l". Winn Soplrnmnrcs lN1-1ll,lJ.4.1.IA1-. Dmmlr ll. lluss EI.sl'x1 C. Hlllllvl-15 El.liI'ill'l I.. Hriunux Cll.-XllI.l-15 ll. llulxr E1nw,xunN.llmuH1m CIIARLHS Y. U'llERN Rum-3n'r li. Rrmz El'c:1cNlc l'I.Vi'1cN'1'lu1a Fresh m viz. P.f'lH1'I1' llrjuzn llUlil'Ill'l W. Hmm wYll.I.I.XXl lC.lJ1-:Tr mi Rmn-Liu' W. lJr1Wnl.1f Wn.l.1,xu R. lfmrswlirz Lrjnm' X. li,xl.1-srlnl, RUSS!-1l.l, W. iiIillilCll'I', JR. ,Ifl5l'1l'll I", iilNllNl.XN JOHN A. llol.'l'xnAN Amman .lmmsux 'l'u1m,xs E. Nl1:Y,n' Hull. l'. Yarn: ,Imw ll.Y0I'N1: Y .91 . 21, r X M A . Eid? 6i0 lf Founder!--Mizuni University, 1839 1: Eighty-seven Active Chapters SIGNIX RHO CHAPTER :: Established, 1902 :: 202 East Daniel Street WAY... -... . fix.-3.1-...ip M me V-.II i . 5 -Beg. Hinmlinun Be-ncli funk IIUHZIIIZIII l-'ursytlic Quinn D1-'I'urk PLYIDIIIILC DcW0lf Hlhln-rt .luhnsnn lNh'Vny VVcntlw .l. YOllll2,' F. Ilnlt Doss 0'IIern Ryde Howard Cline llerrnn Lovelace Crosby Arthur llullctt Il.ll0lt Hutton XVeir Brmulor Nlnllikcn Kohlen Bowmlitrh Slvcle Rumlrlirk Carrey 0vcl',f:1r1l SilllYH0ll Folger Clark Luthy Straw xviltkllli Puyrf 3,5 ff" ' HIE ' Q"s-... 4:25235 ,fs I C LVVLZ M, F1zuIIIfvI1--YiI'giIIizI fNIilituI'y Institute. I860 :: NIHGIQ'-HIIIC Avtive clllllIlIf'I'S CAMNIA MU IIIIAIYIIICR :: EstzIlIIi:4III'1l. I902 :: 1009 Pt'HIlSy1VilIlILl JXVCHII1' Siu-rt Blank Gro D I ,ll gf J470 Flint Larimer .IOIIIISOII Estcrg:II'1l Hulnhracht GI':IhanI D.MillvI' MUMIII-kin Smiih David BIIIIZIIIIIII BZIUIIIIIZIII Sargrent R.Cl'0C0lllDC Hunt WV.f'I'OClDIllDl' IIIIIIIDIIYUXS Swais Bull Fox gory Kina-y Sherirlun M0KiIIstI'y Radrlatz Bn-rndt Bcynon 0. Miller Eaton Van Tuin Oflllilll .Innes RIUIIIIIUIHI SIIQIIIII-I SzIIIrlcI's0n Bcrkcr IVIIltlI0r WVIIIHIISUII Reisncr FACULTY I.IfIIwIc F. AIIIIIIIETII, Ph D Il. FII.-ISILII JOIINSTONE, Ph D ,IIIIIN 0. KIIAEIIENISUEIII. NI 5 E. E. llI1uIn,I: w'.PI1IKEI,S, B. 1 'l'I:III1NI1E T. QUIIIKI-1, E. M , Ph D FIIEDIIIIIIQ A. RI'ssI:I.I., Ph D MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Son io rs EDWIN H. IHIQCIQHII ROGI-:II W. tIoIII.L R. KI:I'I'n IIQCIIIIAN WII.I.I.uI Nl. DIIIIMAN ,I Izun S. RI'1IsmI:II AsIII:II M. RICIIIIONII I'InII',xIcI1 ll. S.INn5IIsoN .IIIsI1I'II W. SIIMIEI. IIHIIIIAN .I. WALSER CAIII, .l. W,xI.'IIIIItR llI-1I.IIn.I1 H. WILIQINSON fun furs R.I.-HNRI-1N4IEB-KLI. AINIIN H. I3I1RNII'I' Jxck 'l'.Bl'1YNON .I un-is W. ICATON NIAIIIMIN IIINT .Imnw Ii. IIIIIIIIIZR fII.IYl'IlKC.WIlI,l.1iK wYII.l.I.XXI D. RIxI1IgA'Iz VVILLIAM F.SAIn:IgN1' .IQIIA W. Xfxx 'l'I:IN Suplmnzorcs CI50In.If1IIALIIIIAN RoIII1II'I' T. BINIVIIAM IQUIIIQIII' T. llmfzomrzr: w'II.I.IA'NI E. CImC0MIII: STARK N, lIl."IIl'lIREYS I,ARNlICl.EI-1 D. .IIINES WILI.I,u1 W. KINCY VVILLIAM B. IWII1KINS'l'RY DIINAIII 'I'. WIIIIER E. P.-Xl'l. SIIRIIIIIAN Ifreslznzen WY1I.I.I.-XXI F. DAN'lD liIII3I:II'I' C. Es'I'I1IIcARu .VX nos II. FLINT II.-xIIoI.Im L. Fox I.El-1I1.CRAIIAM CIIRIIIA S. CHEMIIH' H,IImI.II N. HIINIIRRACIIT RIIIIIEIII' K. IIIVIN FI.0YII R. ,IUIINSUN JAMES E. IXIIIIWIACKIN NI.-KRYIN E. NIONK WlLI.I.ANT E. ScIII:I:RI:II RIIIIIZIII' C. SIVILIIT HIIIIAIIII A. SINIITII IIUHI-2R'l' L. SvI'A'I's F.fXLQUL'l'Y Tlllill W. BRI:4:E, A. M. COL!-LMANII.GR1FFI'l'll, I'lI. D. R.klIl'll C. HAY, B. S. Lows J. LONIQ, Nl. A. SIIEIIIIAN SVIIOONTNIAKI-IR, Nl. Mus. CRAIHYATE STUDICNTS EDWARD K. SIQOOG XXYAYNE YIENAVYINE RIF. XIBERS IN UNIVERSITY S en iors ROLAND G. .MIQNIAN JOIIN W. BKAINTA 'IIIIIIIIAS sl. CIARIIOLI, ROIRERT A. CLARK EIIWARII J. HEIILNIIIJII ROISIEIFI' D. HAY WILLIAM ll. IXIOKRISON ARTIIIIII C. NAUMAN RIIQIIAIIII G. Rl-LDELL DONAIIII F. ROBINSON AR'IIII'R ll. VON PI.AI.III1f:KI Juniors GLENN 11. 'XNIES JOIIN H. IIIIADISII JOIIN C. IJEWOLFE ROIIEIII' ll. JENKINS HARRY li. KIEIIING ROllER'F H. LlE1lNlI'l'llL JOSEPII L. LINK XIYILLIAM D. NEFF JAMES R. PIILKEL CARL F. SCIIAIIIJT Suphurrzorvs w"ll.l.IfkNl H. ALLEN 'I'II4mIAs ll. JACKSON JAMES F. IXIONAHAN ENUIIII li. OLSLN DAYIIJ L. PETTIGREW ROliP1lt'l' W. Rl-LID WILLIAAI SARGENT CIIARI.Es T. SI-II:I.RY IRVINIQ L. STRAIJER Eljllill Y. WIEICIIEL FWS II rn en JOHN fl. III.,-UR WIILIIIANI AX. CRANE LEs'II1R L. HEIIIGER KENNI-1'l'll J. NELSON E s"'0 0 as . . A y, 'iw 1. Zgghla, bs o o 0 L ma ML 6 JLZUVL Founded-LfIIiversity of Ric-lIIIIoIId, 1901 1: Sixty-eigln Active ClII1pteI's ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAITIIIR :: Estulmlislwml, N03 :: Il05 South FOIII'tlI Street INIllI'l'l!-1011 ROl1iIIsuII Rmlcll AckIIIzIII Slay Nillllllilll Bfillllil Hcllulich Cl:II'k Link Kielling Bmflisll l.elIIIIpulIl Neff A111535 lJeXVOlfc Jenkins Sknug Struder S:II'gcIIt .I:IcksOII l'etligI'ew Olsen Allen Pickel Nelson Schmidt Nllbllilllilll Cl'illl0 Blair Reid Shelby Hediszer IJ 115141 .15 if ef X 395- .4 l K2 . is .5 0 d JLZOVL F0llll1ll'tl7Xvillt' lvniwrsity. 1344 :: Forty-eigxlit Avtive flhzlpters Dlfl.'l'4X Pl illl-XP'l'lfH :: lfstulrlifliml, V904 :: 902 South Second Street Flanagan HIISUIIZIII Carlson Slmcmaxkcr Bowman G. Brooke Sclmcfcr linker Suwyvr .tbmlimn Hill A. Snnnk Blurkworth Grier XVils0n Melmrry Blair lk-u1'fl011 Bllfllilllllll Kelly John Mzxtlflen R. Brooke Binford Hcer F. l.nyal llcss Riegel Wiggins Recd Heinlein Page -3-'f ' FACULTY UI-IOHGE ll. Nunn, Ph. D. xl.-XURICE ll. Ronnvson, Ph. D. Xll'lNlBlCliS IN I' NIYERSITY Seniors l'lXliRliT'l' G. BOWMAN Cl11liALD li. BROOKE llmziik G. lIuiLSON li-xvxmmm N. linolxs S'1i1i'11EN l'. SIIOETXIAKER lunx K. Sxmnc J ll I1 fors ilicniuzrg li. Xlili.-Xll.-XXI VIVIIUXI.-XS Nl. lhxizn .lmnv F. IDAY TIIHNIAS Nl. liAs'1'A1AN LAWSON ll. FLANAGAN lh-1N.lM1lN W. HlI.I. .lmm P. xl.-XIJDEN .loin P. SUSYER Kllcomsu li. S1:n.u1Fl2R G1-:Nu Wniis Soplmnmrcs limaizm' ,l. llmronn, JR. HlL.ll.-XRD l. CLRIER lC1.ni2R1' ll. LOYD XIAKTIN ll. NlAmux'ouTH .linux F. Xlizimnm' 'XI.llliR'l' Nl. Sxooic l"n,xNK lC. WILSON, JR. l"r'1'sl1 mvn INLPH ll. Ilmuln-:N xx XRRl-LN li. B1.A1u Riax A. Blmmci: liAl.vH li. ISITCYIANAN lhmuui' li. HEEH .lurks D. liElNLr:lN N1lI.'l'0N CI. l'li:sS. Jn. linxusl' B. KELLY Fmzminnzx W. l,m'n ,lmxiizs B. NIADDEN .losurfn Ci. IKEED ROBERT W. Rlncaiil. Fluinunnili T. wvl1.liINS FACULTY ROBERT H. BAKER, Ph. D. ARTHUR HAllII.TON, Ph. D. A. AUSTIN TIARDINC, B. Mus. JAMES J. LENOIR, A. M. FRANCIS S. RONALDS, Ph. D. J. CRAIG RIYIIY, A. B. FRANK L. STEVENS, Ph. D., D. Sc., LL. D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ELLIOT CASSIDY WlLl.IAhI E. GUTGSELL ANTHONY M. HORN ROBERT E. JORDAN CIIARIJ-QS E. SAWYER juniors IIERYEY E. BENSON NATIIANIEL H. COHEN ROBERT L. DELYES GEORGE H. KRAHL RALPII W. LAZEAR ROGER D. 0.NEAL WVALTER C. STRAKOSH RICIIARII H. WILEY WILLIAM F. WRATH WARREN B. YOLNGREN MILES A. ZELLER Sophomores ALPHUN L. CORNET HECII FERGlfSON4ADI.AND WILLIAM W. IIOERTER WILLIAM H. WALLER Freshm en WVALTER C. BROWN MAC L. BRUBAKER J. ROBERT GITTCSELI. WILLIAM B. HANILIN ALONZO F. LATE ROBERT M. NASON PAUL C. OLAFSSON 'FIMOTIIY J. PIERCE Al.BE.RT STERN XVALTER J. TAISOR IRA F. TWIST JOHN B. WHITE L 2 FF' E A A M. ICH.. I FOUITIICKT-WIBSDIIIQIOII and Jefferson College, 1852 2: Fifty-two Active Chapters ILLINOIS DELTA CHAPTER :: Established, 1904 :: 911 South Fourth Street Wiley 0'Nez11 Strnkosh Krahl Lazeur Benson W. Gutgsell HorI1 Cohen Cassidy Wrath Delves Younbren Ferguson-Adl:IIId Lupe White Tabor Hoerter Cornet Waller Brown Twist Hamlin Brubaker Stern Olafsson R. Gutgsell Pierce Page 355' jeffd M .iifan fwlllllldwl-W'llll21IllS College, H334 :: Fifty-nine Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAP'l'l'lR :z Estulilislied, 1905 :: 312 East Armory Avenue Wilson Baker l"zulum Ladd B.licneflict lhllenerlict Ward Jones Eldridge King Altman Pngcls Mitchell Cox Twiclicll Ray S.l.cl1n1unn Huntoon Gooch Guynn McMurry Larson Capps A. Lclnnann Poole Scaifc Rice Auten Margravc Clicssmzln Lzlngflon Fllllllllgillll Clmpnmn .lollnson Ross XVenlzcll VVaggoner Page J-54 FA CULT Y l'lRNES'l' B1-LRNRAUYI, Ph. D. G1LBuR'1' H. CADY, Ph. D. ARTHUR F. Donuiz, A. M. NIARCUS S. GDLDM.-xN, Ph. D. WlLI.IANI HAllllER'l'4JN, A. M. .IOIIN W. KENNEDY, A. B. KARLB.LOllNlANN,B.S.,lWI.L.A. Wiiu A xi TRi1I.i-:Asn D. Sc., LL. D M EMHIQRS IN UNIVERSITY Scniors lligcixun S. ALTMAN llAlillOl.I. T. Cox ALFRED H. .loNEs IXIYRON D. KING BRIICE C. LADD SICLMAR L. I.RnMANN UEORGE A. l'lu.ELs lNlALC0l.M K. 'l'wn:ni:LL J un iors .losmfn E. BAKER lioDci:R H. Bi:NED1r:'r lil-Il'l'll W. I'lI.l7RlDGE IC. RALRH FADUM 'I'nonAs J. lNIfflNIl'llRY HUGH I.. RAY WII.l.l.ANI B. WV.-XRD lioRi1RT.l. Wil.soN Sopfzomorcs lliuuif S. AUTEN .loHN S. Cups ALVIN S. Ill-ZIIMANN HARRY W. lxIl'l'CHEl.L HURER1' D. Pooui .xll'l'HI'R L. Rini: IIURI-IR'l'R.S1IAlFl-I Frcs I1 ni cn BRUCE W. BlflNliDl1I'l' IIAROLIJ li. IIHAPMAN llRRm:R'1' L. CIIESSWIAN XIYLETIS L. FLANINCAM OTIS S. Goofin VYYILLI.-XXI D. UVYNN IIARRY K. Hl'N'1'ooN lllll-ISTON K. ,loHNsoN Wll.L1A 11 M. I.LxNcDoN ,lonx A. l.ARsoN Cl-IRALD li. MARf,RAvR Gi1oRci: W. Ross wlll.I.IAN1 C. WAGCONER GEORGE A. WRNTZHLL FACU LT Y THOMAS J. DOLAN, NI. S. XVI-QNDEIJ. S.W1LSON, B. S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors XVALTEH C. BOYD DI-LANE M. f,i0YENTRY ROBIAINE B. HITTTON HAROLD A. JOHNSON STANLEY W. RASMUSSEN Juniors JAMES T. A'rK1NsON ROBERT W. BURR XWILLIA N1 M. COPPEL HORACE J. CASTON DONALD C. Ginny: ROIIERT H. GRRRLHY IIARRY IIIIJ., JR. DAVID E.K1RK1-Arnrcrc LYNN L. NICKEL IIARRY M. PAIAII-TR SIDNEY T. TRAPPR BHITI-I ,I. WVHEI-1l.Ir1R Snpli omorcs RORRR1' L. BLOHM XVILLIANI W. BUSuNi:l.L RAYMOND M. IIAIJIWI-1LL W1LRUR R. CURETON ELWOOD M. EDDINGTON CHARLES S. GALRRILAYH, JR. HARRY F. 'l'Er'FLR'1' HAROLD D. TOWNS!-TNI! Frvsflnien FRANR T. CANTRILI. HAROLD E. COLE F. IILIVER M4:I.1i:sH OLIVER F. NIACKISH CLI-INN S. R0liER'I'5 CHARLES H. TRAPPE GORDON C. wi.-XRIJER Q, ,K -.,, - 'E G 4' 4' at Q33 1.6! 'Z if' if it Ca Rin I Q4 5.12 Founded :: University of Illinois, 1906 One Active Chapter :: IOII South Sixth Street I Blohm Wzmlcr Caritrill McI.ics1i 'I'ownst-nd C. Trzippc Roberts 'I'cut'L-rt Bushnell f'ur0tOn Ezlclirigtoli Cnppel Gulbrczlth Caldwell Burr Nif-kcl I':1lm0r S.'I'r:1ppc Kirkpsitrivk VVlie0ler Hill Gcnkc Grcvley Johnson Boyd Rzisniussen llovvlitry lhiglqxn Przgrf 35.5 Pu CQCLE Fozuzded-University of Michigan, 1904 :: Thirty Active Chapters HETH CIT.-XPTTCR :: 171sta1J1iShed, 1906 :: 501 East Daniel Street Fox West Hinger Al'1'ilCl' Whitosel Har-klcmnn Fishor Minsker Moshcr Munz Rfifsttck 1.1li'TOUIl Arlauns Jackson SIIIIIIQFIIIZKII Pnwcll Sharp Cross Manu Hursh Isauningre-1' Strange Recd Hunlpy Iiuccni St ringer Moorc .lohnson TVTTTZHIRI' .rm .LFG FM II LTY LI lillmk B. Mcniihx, M. b.. L. 1' i1'1iNIi4lKU1iI-1 H. HMJWN, Ph. D W1L1.1im L. Br urisnx, Ph. D. D. .-Xgr. GEORGET'1.1'1liIiI.-UV, Ph. D. l1l55si:l.I. T. CRMLG, A. M. CHAHLLJS F. H0'rTi:s, Ph. D. liA1.Pn K. Hrnsrr, B. S. Amwzo P. Krurz. M. S IIAHRY G. PAUL, Ph. D. Iuvrwu L. Pmiznsow, B. 5. FRANCIS M. Pomiin, M. RAY l. Srmwl., M. S. .loam C. Sl'1'r1.ER. B. S. Jollw lx. l1"1'li1l.I,. B. S., IC. F GRADUATE STUDENT 'l'uunnoui1 I,.WnI'1'EsEL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY San Kors l1.x1.1'H M. Flsrliiic ALLEN Y. Fox liimnmls J. HlNl'lER lmzrzui. JAQKSON Roingirl' S. NTINSKER II. KEINDALL ATOORE limarmi' J. WTI-IST' Juniors Incigimurcx E.IsAu1NcEn lIm1s'1'i:R H. W1 LLAUER Saplmnzurcs W. BLAINE ADAMS Kussm. E.HAf:Kr.E51AN TTERMAN F. HAMPY lficunrxlcx K. JOHNSON CYKII. R. 1..-KFFOON MARSIMLI, T. 'WL'Nz ii.Rl1.IIlARD Ri:1Fs'1'E1TK 1,IiS'l'ElK T. SHARP IC. E1.s'1'0N S'1'HAMLi1 .lmlw 'l'.S1'n1Ni:i:n Ff'f'.sf1lm'r1 lillltl-1Ii'I'1,, linux TT'.Kl,li.-XVIQ J. ffnmw Knicicnl' W. Hrnsn Dum ff. MAH: ,lullx U. JXTHSHI-LH Fnicniinui K. l'rmEi,1.. JR. lli:nA1.i1.-X.H1:1:n XX'1l.1.i.ur J. SVNIJERWIAN v FACULTY ICMVAIIIJ li. BAUER, M. C., C. li. RALPH S. CROSEAIAN, M. S., C. li. IVIELVIN I.. ENILER, M. S., C. E. 11.-XNDULI'lI P.1l0EIISCHER, Nl. S., C. li. IIARVEY H. JORDAN, B.S. ARTIHIR N. TAI.RO'I', C. IC., D. Sc., D. Eng.. LL. D. ARTHUR C. WIIILAIID, B. S. INIEMBIQRS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors CARLOS E. BRONSON, JR. FRED R. COOPER ALWIN E. WYANDERER Juniors PACLY R. FARIS GERALD C. FISHER CLIFFORD Nl. HATHAWAY, JR. ROBERT F. LINDGREN STANLEY C.111ADI-IR 11081-IRT V. SIIEIIIIERD Soplmmores DAVE K.11ARRIS CHARLES P. ROYER CIIARLE5 M. SLAYNIAKI-IR, JR. HAROLD D. VYIIITAI. Frvslznzvn FRED W. Hon A RD NAT S, ICI-LNDALI. - Nfrw Y lip f..f.,.4fll1 .V , , :fell 5. Y' ! ,W-'QV' as 9 0 dan e Founder!-lfniversity of Illinois, NOT :: Fourteen Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER :: Estulylished, 1907 :: 112 East Daniel Street Hntliawuy Yycitul Kendall XVuIuleI'er Fisher Bronson Lindgren Slaymakcr Royer Faris Shepherd CFOSSIIIJIII Ilownrd Ilarris Murlcr Cooper Page 3.3 Ol! A. C4551 M Fourzdecl-UDiversity of Wisconsin, 1902 1: Forty-nine Active Chapters ZETA CHAPTER zz Estublisherl, 1908 :: 1004 West Nevada Street ' x ,,,,,..........,-...-.. ..--ff.-. M-A A --H - ----+-M14-N-ws-M-7-wwf"----'m17"Q A . .. , M. -Y .' , . ' MQ. A f A -1--- ' I I fit T 'If T, N., I ,K . . . X .X Xl . Xi". X A - -Y f ' I 4 I . xx . 5 I Fr , M ' . . 1 z V I R X XXL '4 Q". I I I - . . I I . . 2 , . ' I I I 5 K. 'I . . is v ' QL West Stiegrnan Auclrieth Hopkins Barr Bailur lieecly Smith Plnglis Noyes Maggie Clemons Nicholson Phipps lieerl Borilff Wallace XYi1llAl'0lli10l1k Buswell Quill Spiclnian F. Clark Bcrtrznn Tlllfflllilll Nueser Dobey Braisliczirs Wreath Schmidt McCarty Finger Irnhoff Deem Burton Hehner Williams I'er:IcclIi0 Swartz llickcy Phelps Barney Croacl TurIIer Gublcr Pagrf .358 1-'MIl'l.'l'Y ROGER ADANIS, Ph. D. ANDREII 1. ANDREWS, Ph. D. 1.l'llWll1 F. Alllllill-1'l'lI, Ph. D. ,IUIIN tl. BAl1.Ali,,lR., Ph. D. flI.AIR S. BDRVFF. Ph. D. 'Xli'I'lll'li M. BI'swEI.L, Ph. D. FRANc:Is M. CLARK, Ph. D. GEDRGE L. CLARK, Ph. D. DIICIIAIIL J. COPLEY, Ph. D. DUANE T. ENcI.Is, Ph. D. REYNDLD C. FIIsoN, Ph. D. B. SMITH ll0vKINs, Ph. D., D. Sc. FRANK C. TTOWARD, NI. S. RALPH K. HIIRsrI, B. S. H. FRASER ,TOllNS'l'0NE, Ph. D. DONALD B. KEYES, Ph. D. NORNIAN W. KRASE, Ph. D. JL's'rA M. LINDGREN, M. S. CARI. S. MARVEL, Ph. D. EDWIN T. MERTZ, M. S. WII.I.IAxI A.NoYEs,Ph.D., LL. D., Chem. D., D. SC. CI'I.LEN W. PARIIIELEE, M. S. TII0MAs F. PIIIPPS, Ph. D. LAVRENCE L. QI3II.I., Ph. D. GEORGE H. REED, Ph. D. JOIIN H. REEDY, Ph. D. WYORTII H. RDDEIIIISII, Ph. D. WIl.LIAxI C. RDSE, Ph. D. RALPII L. SHRINER, Ph. D. CEORCH F. SMITH, Ph. D. FREDERICK C. STRAIYB, M. S., Met. E Slll-lRl.llCK SWANN, JR., Ph. D. FRED W. TANNER, Ph. D. ARTHITR M. VAN ARENDONK, A. B. CEDRDE I. W7.Al.I.A4Il1, PII. D. Nll-INIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors EDD ARD A. BER rRAIxI CIIARI.I:s B. OWENS NTARVIN T. SCll31lD'l' ,IEIIDM E B. SWAR'rz .'xl.l.YN R. WREATII Jun iorx WII.I.IA Nl GHAVI-IS RllIllAliD,1. HICKI-LY EARI. S. LANNIERIQD EDMFBD S. Pl-QRACCIIIO L11-TURCI-I B. PIIEI.Rs RICHARD D. TURNI-IR ,-hR'l'Hl'li E. WIl.I.IA ns Suplmnmrcs AI.I.A:x ,l. BARNEY BART il. BARTI.E'rT 11,1051-LPH11AQl'El.lN XTARTIN B. f1Alll.ER 11AliliY0.1lEllNER DONALD Rlblllill'l'SON Freslimen Fill-1DERlCK G. CROAD 0T'I'0 C. KLEIN FRANK BTAGGIO RlClIARD RDERIG FACULTY SLI-IE'I'l-ZR BELL, M. S. JAY C. HACKLERIAN, A. M. FIOR.-USE B. INTQALLS, B. S. FREDERICK J. KEILIIOLZ, B. S. FRED ll. RANRIN, B. HENRY P. Hlzslq, M. GEORIQE I. XXfAl,I..-MJF, Ph. D. MEMBERS IN UN1VERSl'l'Y S1311 iors RALPII li. GRAIIANI GORDON GRAH' ROBERT NI. HARRISON FRED S. HOOPHR KENNETH J. ,JOHNSON HAROLD F. KENNEDY VERNON 0. IIANDMI-Ill-LR JOHN A. RIA'l'llERS HAROI.D W. NOLEN PIORKIS E. PADDICK WYILBIYR W. RI-:ID RICHARD N. SHADE BENJAIIIN II. SNIITII, JR, FIIGEN E N. STEELY JOHN F. TODIE J. LYLE TRISLER Juniors MENZIE W. ANINION RICHARD L. CUNLIN EDNIOND C. DAILY PARKER J. ERIEKSON RALPH G. FINNEY H lflll-IR'l' J. Flllllil-ILLI-I JWORTON L. FUWLER JXIARTIN T. CARBE ROBERT L. HIJNSAKER GRANT A. JFIICKELSON JANIES P. SIIANIB.-XL'Gll PHILII- W. STRLRLE F. VERN WRIOIIT SLYPIIIIIIIUIAFS W. JNIAXWELL BRINI-I GEOR1,EB.HO0I'ER DONALD F. AlKIxlILl.l-IN J A HES Nl. BIORROW CIIARLIES NI. PARKER JHYRON V. PASVOIQEL Cl-jRAl.Il E. PETERS CARY F. STRANG RICHARD S. VANINTQER S'l'ANl.liY J. ZEINfQOsRY Frvsfz 771171 li. WILLIAM BIIIIJLI-I ROBERT F.COI.I.1GN4lN LLOYD W. D0l'llliT Gll.BER'l' G. GIDSON VERNON F. GLAESER CARL CI. AIII.LlIll CIIARLI-IS D. PERRINSON FRANCIS E. PLAPI' HARRY B. SALNDERS LESTER H. SENGENRI-LRIQER GEORIQE H. w"Xl.TER VERNON L. WIlI,I,AND av 1 .41 I. QW.. ffl. FUIUIIICIFYITIIJVCFSJIY of Illinois. 1908 2: Thirty-thl'6e Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER :: Established, 1908 z: 58 Gregory Drive PWUDW Doubct Collignon SCIlg'CIlll0l'g8I' Walters Wollanrl Glasser Planpp PR:-II'O,qel Porkinson Strung Miller Mickelson McMillen Wright Peters Gibson Vaningger Lnndinuicr Hunsuker Parker Fowler Morrow Reid ConliII Finney Erickson Daily Young Fornhelle Sllfllllllllugfll Strubble Gurbe ennedy Tobie Slmdc Smith Harrison Trislcr KI-1111121111 Puclmlick Mathers Nnlen JUIIIISOII Page 359 ffl jj 5.35 , H ff Q lv fi 5 s - 1 3, I fl Q! f:: J A A A. CJ! Aa QS M Mi FounrledAYaIe University, 1845 zz Thirty-two Active Chapters ETA CHAPTER :z Established, 1908 :: 211 East Armory Avenue ff V' Cooper Cullison Delmer Anderson Lenz Gilmore Skoglund Hintz Burke Christian Lancaster Bennis Wyncs Parker Meyer Smith Walbert Utt Snavely Pruett Iiamsgen Belair Peterson Frystuk Platt Hess Rullmnn Sharp Shreve Trntter Page 360 FACULTY EDWARD C. BALDWIN, Ph. D. TIIEODORE H. FRISON, Ph. D. EVERETT E. KING, A. B., M. C. E. WILLIAM H. SCHEIIZR, B. Arch. FRANCIS P. SIIEPAKD, Ph. D. FREDERII: B. STIVEN, B. Mus., A. A. G. 0. FRANK W. STUBIIS, M. S., C. E GRADUATE STUDENT HUNTINGTON J. O'I'Is MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JABIES1T.HANSCEN CIIARLES E. PRUETT CARL F. SMITII EDWIN R. SNAVELY A.1xTAUR1CE UTT C. KELLOGG WALBTIRT Juniors JOSEPH H. BELAIR CIIARLES S. BENNIS CIIARLES W. BURKE RUSSELL S. CULLISON TIIEODORE K. FRYSTAK HARVEY P. HIN'fZ WlI.LIAN1 A. SIQOGLUND PIIILLIIP TRUTTER ROBERT A. WYNES Sophomores G. WILLIAM ANDERSON IIORACE I'. CIIRISTIAN KENNETII C. ATEYER W. BTARRIOT PETERSON Fr vs lz men MAX E. COOPER LEWIS I.. DEIINER FIIEDERII: CILXIIORE ROBERT H. HESS HAROLD LANCASTER STUART M. LENZ CIIARLES PARKER, JR. DONALD C. PLATT ELMER E. RULLAIAN, JR. .101-IN H. SHARP AIARION SIIREVE FACULTY LA FOIICI-I BAILEY, AI. B. P. ARNER R. ICNIGIIT, NI.E..Nl.S..E CYRUE E. PALMER, M. S. IIARRISON A. RIIEIIE. Ph, D. EHNEST L. S'I'0I'FFI-Ili., M. Arch. GRADUATE STUDENT PIIILLIP W. IVIACDOVYI-Il.I. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sen iars HUSSEL G. CARLIN J. DAVID CLANGY WILLIAM L. DAY IIARRY L. DICKINSON EVERETT FITZJARRALD ALDERI' C. ICAIVIIW ALFRED J. KAMM LEROY E. KRUGGEL C. ARNOLD LAMB WALTER N. MATTIIIAS ELIIERT P. MAUS WILLIABI J. PFISTER ERNEST H. WA'l'ERAIAN Juniors HOBART L. BOYD DTORRIS BURT JOHN M. DAVIES, JR. IIARRY C. HEIDINGER WILLIAM O. KITRTZ ROBERT W. LAKE JAMES R. LARGE ALVIN M. INIICKI-lI.SON BI-IN NAURIGII HAROLD S. PEEL FLOYD A. SINGLETON WILl.IAN1 J. STI-IARNS Soplzomores S'I'EW.-KIIT B. CIILTRA IIORACE A. DAvIs JAMES IIALRONI1: GEORGE E. IIAYS FRANCIS T. NIKLEWII1 GEORGE M. SANDWELL ROGER J. SIIARKICY IIUISI-IRT G. wvARAIl!l,lI.D 1'Yfl'SlHIlCIL XVIIJ-'Rl-ID J. CUL'l'l-IAl'X JOIIN 0. DENSON IIUGII I". FOWLER JAMES C. KOSTKA FRED A. LINN FRANCIS AICKIMMEY ALRERI' W. S'I'A'l'KIfS PHILLII' A. THOMPSON THOMAS WAL1'AIAN ADULPII J. YVRNIS y- ,gif di 7-3-2 R! ,9-i'i::'. ,num 7 .. Q lfgggul 145' .W I! - Wifi, Q...-,A 'iviiw Zlllfl ilflftd Founded-Vincennes University, 1897 1: Twentyreight Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER :: Established, 1908 :: 402 East Armory Avenuv Dickinson I"ItZjilI4l'LlILl Mutlliius I.:1I1Ib A.C.K:l11IIII 1X..I.KilIlllIl Kruggel Wvllllflillilll Nuurich MRI-Dowell Lake Mickelson Daly Pc-cl Boyd I.:u'gc Plister Chmcy Maus Sharkey XVEITIHIJKIIII Szlmlwcll McKiInmey Niklcwicz Cultm Hays Stearns KUSik2l Yul'I1iS SIIIIIKIIS Linn Fuwlcr Hziumiliu Denscm Davis Page 361 x.,,,'AX, ,wg 4 xgmig QM.. jeffd CA: 1"uurzdcd-1UniD11 College. 1847 :: :: Twenty-nine Active Chapters KA1'1'.-X D1fU'l'EKON CHAl'T1'1R :: Estalrlislwd, 1908 1: 901 South Second Street Caldwell McConnell Crowley Van Doren Weihe Rudi Ku ne Stonehouse Kavanagh Lowry Evans Schaefer Duvi s Bu rke y McNamara Coffin Steven s Glascock Ross Ken nedy Borman Pa g e .76 12 FAQ ll'LTY ALFRED C. ll.xL1.EN, Nl. S., li. M. HAROLD S. DAWSON, B. S. 1xTA'1"l'11IEW T. NIDCLURE, Ph. D. Ml-QNIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Scninrs WA1.'1'Eu C. Bommx J. HAROLD GI.As4:0f:K THOMAS B. KENNEDY D01w,xl.D Ross W11.x.l.u1 li. STEVENS Juniors RUB!-LKT T. BRAZIER CII-XRIJIS Il. COFFIN .lnnzs W. Unis Cl..-xREN1:E H. K.u',xNAc11 liomilrl' .L Xlc:NAMAR.-x EDWARD SCITAHFI-IR lC1.uEn H. STONHHOIISE Snplmnmre 9 LEE M. 131'lu4EY. JH. I VC11.L,um T. EVANS VVARREN C. LDWRY Vwron ,l. Rom Rl'DOI.PlI fl. XXTEIIII-' 1'vl'L'S1IIIICVl ROBERT B. f1Al.DWEI.l. W:KL'I'PlR W. CROWLEY DANIEL E. KANE GEORGE NI. MECDNNELI. JAMES D. VAN DOREN FACULTY IIARLAND BARTIIOLOIIEW, C. E. L. HARVEY PROVINE, B. S., A. E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors E. BRUCE GRAHAM 1'IOLLIS W. LANDER IVIILTON O. LORENZ THOMAS J. TVIARTIN WILLIABI J. OSMAN CHARLES E. PERKINS CHARLES L. SILET WILLIAM M. SIVYER ROBERT W. STEWART LOUIS H. VANCE juniors JAMES R. DEIIIOREST EDWARD L. JARL BRUCE A. KING ERICH W. LADEIIIANN AIARION R. SIIUTZRAUGH .IACIQ E. VUATTE Soplmmores .1 UIIN D. BORROEF WYILLIAM H. BORST ALBERT 1. CONNELI. ISIFCENE R. DYKSTRA GEORGE Y. NEILL FRI-LDERIKIK J. PORT ROBERT H. SAUNDERS ROBERT B. SIIANKS CARI. W. SUIJEICSTKUM FVCSII HI an MIEIIAEL J. BILIQERE 1'wlifX'NlsQ E. ISRAS-ll-Ili l'AI:L D. GRIIRR IIIGUN ,IOIINSTUN ALAN C. MMCOIMICK NVIIJGIIR L. NELSON IIARLETON A. PALMER RALPII S. TURNER GEORGE B. VASEN FRED E. MVINTZER f"""'l A ' ,af 1 1--if 1'- My 0 . , if Z E I'T0U7ll1?li4N6W' York University, 1847 .si 2: Twenty-nine Active Chapters ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER :z Established, 1909 1: 201 East John Street l I Shutzbuuglx Lzuxclcr Siewnrt Burst Url'il1lilIll S S1lLllll101'S Toth Lorenz Wintzcr Wuttc McCormick S ilcl Sivyvl' USIIHIII Mzxrtiu King: Dyksl ral VRIIIVC Jatrl II1ll1L'Ill2lllll ljmnorcst Port Neill Borrnfl' Shanks Yuseu Turner 0l1Gl'SIl'Ull1 Fralsicl' PRIIIIQI' Nelson Bilsvrc .lolulston Page 363 I I . 3329 ,, ,Qi CQ ,... f4.,.,.. i'1lILl711,671-N1i1SSilf'1lHSt5ltS Ag1'i1'u11111'111 lI0111'ge, 1813 zz 1"i1'ty-01113 Avtivc Cllapters A1.P11g1 D1iU'1'ERON C11A1'T1iR :: 1'1st11111is11e11. 1910 :: 1004 South Sef:o1111Sl1'eel VVo1t'es Fowler Weise Ferxlholz Belstcrlirvg 'I'roc111pe1' I .:1w1'c111-e Shields Fork Ki11i11g.z11z1111 131111111 Kraft Smith Deublex' Merle H11clscl1e1' 131111112111 J.Stie111 F1'os1'11:111cr Solgzm' St1'a1t1111 BI1'C111l11c11 D11r11:1111 1'i1116l'SOIl Luke -11100115011 U-11t1sc110w C11111er1111 Bacl-:off I.e1111e11e1' Sznwycl' 111111110 I-'aber l1.S1ie111 S111:111e1111e1',f:e1' Bzxur H:1111111e1' Lusec Pllgl' ,IU I I"A1lKI.'I'Y .l011N W. .'XL111G, Ph. D. T V1YA1.'1'lill G. N111A1.1.1s'r1:11, I 11. D. ,l1111N .L NlC11lO1.5ON, I'11.IJ. WYIILIANI I'. S.1N11F011D, Ph. D. 111.YlJE ,-X. W1:11111111, B. S. NIENIBERS IN IINIVERSITY Seniors W1L1.1A11 1. BA1:1u11'F IC,111N1:s'1' F. B1 11111: W1N1f1111:11 G. 111I1i1S'l'0Pl1l-QR 171151. W. DIANIS JOHN W. H.41lllER 0110111315 H. KECK 1115011111: W. 1.1111111:'1"r1:R C1:N1z W. Los1:1: R031-3111 A. SAWYER L11R11Y C. S11,11.1.1:NB1ERcER R111111111 W. S'1'1111111Ncs 11,1111.1:Y ST11:111. :X1lTlll'R S. WVANC1-I ,I un fors ,10lIN W. BAV11 1111311111111 G. Bli1,S'I'11RLING R0131:11'1' IC. fIA11ERoN RICHARD C. Co111J1Nc'1'0N .1. I'H11.1.11-1 DU1111A11 11111113111 I.. FA111i11 FRANK F. F11osc:1-111111311 ROY W. G11'1'Ts1:11ow W11.F111g11 F. 1I0111LSCH111R 1.Y1,E C. ,lAr,1o11s11N W11L'1'ER II. LAKE HA1111Y W. Mr:ff1'1.1.m:11 W11.1.A1m A. 1W11IRl.1'I IAN T. PA1'1'1111soN W11.L1An1 H. 501.01111 .1l1lI'1. S'1'lE1ll. .1U1lN A. S'1'11A1"1'0N A. PAV1. '1'R013111'1:11 SOIIIIUIII ores 1111wA11n .1. BRAUN 111117135 Y. 13111131.1111 'l'111zono1113 A. D1'F1'11:1.D 'Y111111.1N I-I. FORK 111111. I"0w1.1111 W111'1N1:Y Ii. 5111111 0sf:.111 Wo1.1'1:s I'1I'CSl1 111671. IC. IXIIANK F1:11N11o1.z 11121 D.K1N1m1,11111 11oNA1.11 I.. KRA1-"1' DUNA1.1l1'1. 1,.-XWRICNI 1: 105111111 R. 511151115 151111 11111 ll. V1'1..:11. FACULTY FKEDIQIKICIQ GREEN, A. M.,1.l.. B. GRADLfA'1'1i S'1'UD1iN'1'5 RICIIIXIID B. .'XIN5WOH'I'll WJILLIANI M.R111R MEMBERS IN UN1VERS1TY Seniors 1lOWARD P. 1'1MRlll11 A. M1I.l.RR Flsn LAURELYCE R. HA'rf:n .JOHN A. 11OBLlT JOHN B. lvll'RPHY J UHN D. NELSON JOHN C. Nm 1.1N PAUL A. SMITH ,luniurs JO11N H. BARTH 1i0l11iR'1' W. CULLE'I"l' AUBREY U. COOKMAN G. 1lENRY COUCHMAN WILLIAM J. ENN15 .JOHN S. l'1ATCH ALRRr:n E. KIRK JAMES NI. LOGAN W11.L1A31 R. LYON BURTON E. SCHWIND RICHARD H. Woons ALBlCR'l' W. WORTHEN Soplzomores BAYARD W. B10ssA'1' FRANK D.,1l0liLIT ROBERT L. KNAUER Wu.I.1AM E. LINTON BIAITRICE J. SHROYER GRABLE B. WRRRR, JR. A. RICHARD WIl.LIA1IS Freslz men Ii. 1II.AY'r0N AINSXNOIKTII C. flAM1iI1ON BROWN ,JACK 11. BI"l'1tlllLv1i 1'1IlV1AliI! C. DROn1sa.n Rlllililfl' J. Dl'R1N llI1Il1A1iIJD. FINNI-IY Sw:-IIRN C. HOGAN Rlllililtl' L. HOr.1nAY A1.nr:R'1' .l. RUISI-lR'15 Sl-LLICNI N. 'I'1m3MAN .lmnss E. Wn,I.1AMs .1 JL JL 014, F0LUll18ll7I.Tl1l0l1 College, 1833 :: Twenty-seven Active Chapters ONHCRON CHAPTER 1: Established, 1910 :: 313 East Arrnory Avenue 1 J. Hohlil I.. Hatch Isilflll Nc-wlin K. B. Ainsworth Illnwiclx Cnllett Srtlxwind 1.yOn VVebe1' Cnuvlnnzxn Nelson Ennis Kirk K. WVi1linmS WVOI'lll9I1 F. Hoblit Logan Cmlklnun Hogan R. C. Ainswnrlh Butrillarv J. Hatch J. xv11l14llllS 1.intOn Biussuli Knzlucr Shmyer Tidemnn Drobisch Holiday VVOods Finney Durin Brown Roberts Page 365 'gf VVVV I, L17 If CA. Founded-Princeton University, 1824 :: Thirty-four Active Chapters SIGMA CHAPTER :: Established, 1912 :: 303 East Chalmers Street Hoffman Burtlosmeycr Stnudt Xovotny Anderson Faulkner Bourgoin Cook Meyer Dailey Wilson llcerl Wigginton Arfsten Bremncr Scnseney Brothcrsen Scrvcrsun Hansen Klingelhofer Crawford Lloyd Brudcr ROL-he Carlson Burnett Hin ze Truleaxse McElveen Page 366 FACULTY LAWRENCE W. INIURPHY, A. M. GRADUATE STUDENT DANIEL H,1JAlL1-lY,,lR. j ULIUS J. KLINOELHOFER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors IIAROLD K. ANDERSON CLARENCE F. BARTLESMEYER I". EUGENE BOURGOIN llOscOE T. COOK DONALD L. FAULKNER IIOIKERT F. HOFFMAN GEORGE I.. STAUDT Juniors FRANK NOVOTNY, JR. .IANIES T. Sl-IVERSON CIIAKIAES H. WILSON Suplzomores ARNOLD W. ARFSTEN H0111-JKT 11. BROTIIERSEN IIENRY F. HANSEN 1IOllEll'l' M. SENSENEY VEESLEY U. wvIGCilN'l'0N Freshmen H0111-LR'l' B. BRENINER IIENRY L. BRUDER 1I0llER'l' I.. I1l1IlN1i'l"l' NI.-XHSIIALI, C. CARLSON .lOnN B. CRAWFORD X'1c'1'OR H. HINZE Sl-IRUIUS C. LLOYD XVILLIABI T. NICELVEEN XVAKREN A. NII-1YI-IR GUY D. REED ,IUHN J. ROCHE IIUIH-LRT TRELEASE lXlliMBliR5 IN UNlVEliSI'l'Y Seniors llfxmmn C. llI.0O?XlF1lf1I.IJ Gsoxuu 5. Bovvlngw EUGENE J. IJAIHJY. ju. Fmzmlrmzx B. FICICIJKIVIQSUN ClIAln.r:s ll. CAIUUN Rorzsm' P. Gnms ERNEST F. Gno'1'n VVIEENIJI-ll.l, I'. Kr:1'l'1l vlllI.I.I-NNI R. Nlfjfzl.-X'l'lll-lliY 'l'nm1As 'l'. NICKIJIS lfkrilniulfilx B. S'1'm1sAU fun furs Jnnx H. B.x1.11wlx jolly 0. llmnx CH,xRI.k:s KI. III nm' Frmnrgunzu K. UARIJNI-IR Romim' 17. Nlucsllul. Kuxxmn J. I'r1'1"rn:m:w Dox.u,n H. SU.-Xl.l'1 1NlYRON L. 'l'nmIAs Ronrnfl' PI. Wn1'1'r1w.w Soplmrnnrvs JACK 'l'. BRI-1NlliR l'Imv,um K. G1.r:AsuN JOHN H. lxlilfblili Dawn H. l,A'I"l'0N AI.1sr1u'r R1-g1c7mlANN, Jn. Wn.1.1.u1 K. Rlrilmuns FRANCIS E.S.u1wuNs l"mNx1.lx S. Som l'll'CX1llIIt'l1 .l. XXILLI-XXI l.nn3m'r3Hf .XRTHI u l3.tlu1.1.1xs VsII.1.I.u1 l. iylulmu. lk. ,lurks Nl. lAll'1NNlll Huxmzru' Ilumm INN. S. N11-1351.1-ll. W. Tw I .-XSSKII..-Xll,-l 1-1 I.. LUN Y. l7UR'l'l'1K PlER1:r2l..5ll.x5Mm XYARNI-IR H. Sx11'1'n lI.u.x'1N 'l'. 'l1ll0'I"l'l-Ili l.r1S'l'Lu ll. WIIITI-1 wi-Xl.'l'l-IH li. w'Il.l.ARll ff' A -E , 'g'1 1 . -1.. jgrji, " ,fff'??. C f Cala -ni C41 Qi FlILU1tlt'tl7L'IllOIl College. 1841 1: 'l'wr111ty-llw .M'tive Chapters .'X1,l1H-X ZET.-X DFLT.-X CH.-XPTFR :: Estalllislmed, 1912 :: 912 South Sr-Vonml Street Duilcy Nicklcs Uanlllel' Mclilaltlxcn' l'1l'QllI'lL'kS0ll liihhs lluwrvn Slrusaln Keith Groth Bloomfield Mnrslmll G2llllOIl Snlnle I'cttig.:rcw Curry Conk Wlnitcwny 'l'lnnnns llalmlwin Pussailzligue Larson Porter Gleason Sorn SJIIIIIIIUIIS llrunlcr Moore Kt'll'lllllilllIl XVl1ite Trotter Mengel Hennig Collins tflwn-wus flfilllillll XVill:nrsl Sllilllllifll Page .167 U. .- .igwasgg-4 5, Q lf . gl -. sg.. . ,a :fs Zi Q Jziq.-Aga . i n 5 1 I - Ui 5.5, , 'i' 'r , my Af an ..,.,-. .,., Y A . g"5l?iQ5!i.1f-T 1? "?47'5 ' f' jf 1 A-ifl,Pjsii :B 'Lag .-laik' 'LI A -fi 413 ., ' ,. 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M' K lfounfled-Brown University. 1889 :: Twenty-four Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER :: Established. 1912 :: 310 East Chalmers Street Tracy Kerns Leitner Watson Ennett Miksak McMahon Gay Wroble Cnssin Woods West Labus Morgan Dorseit Delaney Ryan Duffner Lobrziicu Sitzberger Steele Foley 0'Leary Benedict Fisher Page 368 FACULTY 1'1DVSlN L. BRODERICK, NI. S. EDWIN J. NTANLEY DAVID G. RYAN, M. S. HI-LRNIAN,1.SCHRADER,B.S., M. E l:InmI1Nn F. TOTH, B. S. MEMBE RS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors f,illAliLliS R. DORSETT PAW. H. LABUS l.Eo P. NTORGAN XVILLIAM O. WEST Wn.1.1Au F. WOODS, JR. Juniors .IonN A. CASSIN Tnmms E. ENN!-ITT XXvll.l.lS P. RYAN .IACN W. VTTASSICK l.Es'1'En R. WROBLE Sophomores limzER'r E. DELANI-LY JonN T. DIIFFNER DANIEL T. GAY .'Xl.Ill-IRT F. KERNS XVll.l.lA'Xl ll. LEITNER 1'1UlLl-IN!-L T. NTCTXTAHON ,lusrzrn A. MIKSAK FRANK .1. SITZBERCER HARRY P. TRACY WYILLIAXI R. WTATSON FRED .1. V171-LHLINC Freshmen. 1.011124 T. BENEDICT TillARl.liS E. FISHER Tn0x1As J. FOLEY FRANK ll. LOBRAICO v11AI.'l'lER NI. OTLEARY H0l5ER'l' L. STEELE FACULTY CIIESTER R. ANDERSON, A. M. CLAIII S. BORIIFF, Ph. D. THUNIAS G. COORE, B. S. DIANE T. ENGLIS, Ph. D. ATALCOLM F. HliSL1l', M. S. CARL S. NTARVEL, Ph. D. LESTER W. MEYER, B. S. ATILTON M. OLANDER, NI. S. l.Es'I'ER E. SGIINIEIIII, M. S. 7 EDR IN L. THEISS, Ph. D., C. I . A. GRADUATE STUDENTS RAYMOND C. CIQMMINCS THOMAS W. GILL 1 Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY f f S Seniors WII.llIIR H. ANDERSON ROBERT W. BURKE ROIIERT C. CARROLL HARRY D. CHESNEY HOWARD DEKKER THEODORE R. FI-:TIIERSTON TWELVIN H. HAUSER NORMAN W. HINES ELDON E. HOUGIITON CIIARLES D. BTACK CARL H. OLSON LESTER L. ROBERTSON JAMES E. STEELE GEORGE W. SVOBODA CHESTER S. WIENCER SCOTTIE J. WILSON Juniors R. WILLIAM BECKER FRANK DALRYMPLE W. IIOWARD HOWELL FRANK R. RTERCER GEORGE W. PERYIER w'II.I.IAB1 G. PITT ARTHUR V. ROPIEOUEI' ROIIERT B. SIEGEL ROIIERT T. TUCKER DOUGLAS B. WALDiJ RIISSELL J. WIIY'l't1 Soplzomures EIJWARIJ G. BRLIINRE ANDREW CHERRY RTARTIN F. HALSER NOIIBIAN C. KENT WILLIAM R. PERSIIALL FRED W. ROOS CHARLES D. SCHOTI' Freshmen, VFILLARD I.. CLAVSSEN CAIIRET DEKRER WVILLIANI J. CLTTHRIE J AMES P. HICKEY NVAI.'l'i-Ili H. LOY GALE A. BIATHERS ,JUHN OLSON IIUHIQRT C. ROOS EIIVYARD J. SKARDA, JR. SWAIN C. TILLI'I'SON WAI.'I'EII C. WTOLF . KN . f., R' 'as' ' In ' l ff I 5 is 75 "6 Quin f 67796 JITZOVL Founded-IlliIIoiS Wesleyan University, 1899 :: Thirty-Seven Active Chapters GAMMA CHAPTER :: Established, 1912 :: 102 East Chalmers Street Rupiequet Loy Bruhnke G.Dekker Skztrdat XVITSUII VVOlf R. Roos J.0lSOII Cl:IuSseII Schott Dairymple Whyte Pervier Mercer Svoboda Kent Hickey M.F.HauSer l'L?I'SJHlIl M. I-I. Hauser Tucker Waldo F. ROOS Siegel Pitt Becker Cherry Guthrie Mathers Steele Robertson CIIrI'Oll HiIIeS 3V.AIIderSOII H. Dekker C. OTSOII Chesney Wiencek Page 369 11 Bi us' 'Q :I-' Q ws. Q54 "gg ,Liu ZBTIQFF Q.. t .bv 1. .I mm A, J Zia, ix' Futzridezl-Collegxe of City of New York, 1898 :: Thirty-four Active Chapters R110 CHAIITEII :: Established, 1912 : 907 South F0lll'l1l Street Phillips Gottlieb Mayer Iltlllvlllilll NIEIQQIIISUII Si'1llllllIlll XVeiss Frzuikel IVeislJurg XVolf Fiurstcii I.. llirseli Greexigzlrml U-lzizer llzner Meyer Citron Smith Kaiuien Bogiu Siegel Weinstein Ferl' Reinlmlil Epstein Berry FI'ieclIn:III 'l':IIIzer Xzicluuziii Lewis Myers Payv JTO F,-X C L' LTY IIIQIINARD S. FIIIILIIMAN, A. B. NIAX J.WASSl1RNI.AN,DR.E sSc.EcoN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors BERNARD M. NAILIIMAN CIIARLES D. TANZER I u rz iors 'l'IgD B,-Xlili EDWARD P. BERRY ERNEST M. Bouiiv FI.0YD D. CERF, JR. LESLIE A. I'Il'S'l'ElN BEN C. I..I3wIs, JR. J ANII-IS E. IXIYI-IRS AR'l'HI'R E. Rl-IINIIOLD NQRIIAN J. SIEGEI. EDWARD XXVI-TlNS'l'EIN S0f11IllllI0l'f'S DAVID CIIRUX, JR. 1IOIII:R'1' K, l"lI1Rs'I'I-:N IIIgRI:i:R'I' III..-Ill-IK SOL B. GRI:I1N1a,xIIII IIERIIERT B. 1IlltSCII II0l'lS E. llmsrzu ISADORE A. KMIIIQN, JR. BURTON H. XII-:YI1R LAI'RIgNc:I: fi. SNIITH, JII. WII,I.IIuI W. WI:IsIIIiRc CIARIQNCIL S. Wulf 1'1l't'Sll NI CII' MARVIN J. l"ImAIQI1I. I,IcIII5 A. i,n'I"1'IIlI:Is NAT HoI'I'II,xN, JR. SIII:LD0N lxl,-HLIIISUN FRANK D. Nl,n'I:R, JR. RICHARD I.. 1,lllI.l,IPS SIDNEY W. Sl1lll'Nl.-KN NIIIRRIS L. Wiiiss GRADUATE S'I'lfDEN'l'S I'IOllER'l' V. FAIIAUIIER IIAROLD M. Tl-INNEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sen inrs RUSSELL E. BAKER LESLIE B. CLARK, JII. JOHN R. COVINGTON ALBERT W. HALL JOIIN D. I'IAlYDliL'RY WALLACE S. JOHNSON ICDWARD A. LARKIN CLAUDE H. BIILLER STI-IWART M. SIIALDING juniors HARRISON C. BLANKNIEYER ROIIERT F. DAVIS ARTIIUR EIDAIAN, JR. IXIAYI-IR L. HAAS LEWIS T. PIZTIIIAN LEN H. SMALL JOHN W. STEAD RUSSELL J. TINIQIIANI GIIY R. WIl.l.lAKIS Soplzumorcs EDWARD J. ALTORFER CARROLL C. Bocas RICHARD P. CADDICK HARLEY C. DARNALL MARK D. DISOSWAY JOHN L. EAST ,JOHN E. IRLAND BRUCE M. .JONES THOMAS C. KENNETT ROBEIIT B. L1TTI.E .JUSTIN G. INICCARTIIY, JR. D. SMITH IXICGACCHEY CARL V. IVIILBURN ROIIERT H. QUAYLI-1 .JAMES F. 5li'l'Clll-Ll.l. Fresh men, DEAN W. BOIILEN FRED G. BUTLER GEORGE CLIFFORD RALPH W. CONDEI-I RALPH W. COOKE EVERI-1'l"l' K. DEAN IIARWOOD F. HEADS INIARTIN C. KEIIIUE RICHARD R. LI'I"IJI.l-I DAVID MOSES WARREN C. OVERNTAN WIl.l.IA1l J. SAIIILELS WILLIAM F. SAVOII-I LESTER J. SHOLTY WILLIS 0. WAllI.FELlJ ROBERT T. WHl1'TEBIORE HENRY M. WILSON WILLIAM T. WlI.SI'lN 1832 6114. 35 FUZUIIll?tI'HL1lllIII0l1COIIPQ6, I332 :: TW ILLINOIS CIIAIYLER :: Established, I9 Jia Q I2 zz 310 East John Street only-SeveII Active Chapters Larkin Covington Hall Baker Clark Spalding Miller Furaglmr' .IOIIIISOII Hzmclbury Small Milburn VVulIlfelI1 H. VVIISOII R. R. Little Bhlllkllleyel' Tillkhillll XVIIIIPIIIIS I'utm:III Davis Haas Steal R. B. Little Eiclman Il'I2lllfI VV.VVilSoII cC:1rtlIy Quayle Jones East Altorfer Cucldick Disosway Mc'GaIIglIey Boggs Dean Butler OvcrIIIaII Cooke BOIIIQII Savoie Samuels Moses Comlee Kehoe Heads Sholty age if I4 P I ,w. 4 41 li ' , ,yX :O .QL 5 ,Q L ,. , 1 Y" I .711 I. IZA., CI. lfourzrlvrf-1111ivvrsity 0f111iIIois LIDI1 l'IIivI-rfity 01' 1X1iI'1IigulI, 1914 2: Ten .Avtive C1IaptBl'S ANTHENIIOS C1IAP'l'liR : Est1I1I1is1wI1, 1914 1: 1108 South FirSt Street Ste-iIIIIIzIIIII S10S1l1fl'1l .I0rc1:III Smith V1'eLlberg 110l'SUll2lIl Grzlttoxl Kruse GQITIIICI' II:II'III:III 1.0lll1l'lllH Lescher Kcrberg XV1Iite O'D0llIll'11 I.zIIIe Carrara 1Vils0II Wzxlcly Stew-IISDII Davis Cherwiu GI'zIIIIzu FritziIIgcI' SC'1llll'9C1lt Coyne Burklc Jubusch Heuttcr King Page .972 FA1'l'1 TY IIAIIIIY ,1.11AIIxIAN. 13. S. J Amis '1'. ILNDIIIQII, 13. S. FIIANIQ M. 1.I1sI:III4:II. 13. S. ICIAIIIR 1. 1.m'I1, 111. S. 1iI1xI'0IID 1x11CW1IU'1111, .A. A1., N. Arc-II.. A. 1. A. '1'IImIAs 15. A-1'D0NN1CI.lI, N1.AI-ch llvurs 15. 1'AI.xII:II, M. S. 1.0mNm: 11. 1'ImvIAI:. 11. A. E. 0'1"l'u C. SmilIAFIfI2II, 11. S. g'l'ANI.I-11' 11. V1 l1I'l1C, A1. 1.. A. G11ADl'A'1'1-1 S'1'1'1J1CN'1' S xIII'IiL 11. KIIVSI: 1111211312118 1N 1'N1Y1CRS1'1'Y Svlliors W'I:LIm0N W. CRA'l"l'0N KI:w'I'1.ANI1 fun iors 11l'HSEl.1. 1'. 111 IIKLI: A1l'1'1ll'll A. CIAIIIIAIIA '1'III1nImmII: F. IIIILIIWIN GEIIIIIQII F. FIII'l'zINI:I:II AXv11.1,IAXI 1.. 1I4IIIs'I'IIAN DONALD '1'. Jmcnxx KENNIJIII A.SNII'I'1I JOIIN W. SI'I1ImIANN SAVO A1. S'l'HS1lI'l'l11I CIIAIII.I:i 0. WI:DIII-:Rc Sopfmnmrus JDsI:I-II Nl. GAII'rxI:II CASINIIII 141. CIIANIZA CI.AIIENc:I: 11. KIZIIIIILIIG RAYMOND 15. KIIIAII. f"l'1'.slI1111'1I, .JEIIDNE O. BIIIISI: CI.AI'Dl-L 11. llovxri DONALD C. 11AY1S .AI.I4IiR'I' W. 11r1A'l"I'I:II FIIILD H. J0IIIIsf:II AXYIIILIANI J. KJNC JACK J. KoIaI1sI:II FIIED VV. SI2III'III14:II'I' WILLAIID 11. S'I'I1vI:Ns0N CEOIIGE T. AXYALDY .ARDI-TN 13. Wllsux FAl1UIfl'Y .hmm I.. Muir, 13.5. ALYIN F, KVIIIJIAN, Nl. S. Emiix I. Ijlllfilll-KRD, B. S. HEZNIIY P. RI sri, NI. S. CR.XIJl'.-X'l'l-I S'l'UDIiN'l'S IIXRULIJ W. IIANNAII D0N.u.n li. SMITH IXIENIBI-IRS IN UNIYliRSl'l'Y Seniors CLARIQNHIC 'I'. ALI!!-fR'l' Hrlin C. I3m'l.I: lNIAI.4:uIAI IJ. llA.N'I'I1RRITRY Homin li. Him xmas TIfNl0'liIlY Il. NIINI-:R GEIIRIQI: D. PRING Juniors VIQRNUN M. licziu-3R'I' WARD I,. EIIWARDS HARlIl.ID I.. CARWOOD Siixxiizx' II. IIAIQEN IVAN W. IIIILSIQR T. Rmarziri' IIOIPKINS Rlwnoxn R. IRWIN Krgimri' Ii. KLINE WAI.I.Af:I: P. IIIILLS ROBERT II. xIOA'l'S ERNIZSI' W. RILEY WILLIAM IJ. RISK CIIARI.I:s R. SAYKE RAY II. 'l'I:.Al. 'l'n0xms E. WVEICR Snpfmnzores Jonn 11. .ihisox Ronmrr IJ. .'XliNlS'l'KONG Homin K. I"ui"l's BIQRI' Nl. Nluzliizii Fft'S,lI7Ili'H FRANKLIN ll. ALLEN HILRNIAN li. l,liAN CLARI:NI:I: W. Mins , 1. If 'f Q d'ClfIfL 001,46 Fnunzlml-Ifiiivwsity of Missouri, IOUS :: Seven :Xrtive Chapters ILLINOIS CIIAP'I'l-Ili :z listalmlislwl. 1015 :: 105 I-Inst Daniel Street Harwood Mies Mozits Dean Hopkins Alison Arnistrnngz Allen Hnnnaih Kline H4-klI:I1't Teal Irwin Webb Biclicc Pilcllzirll Hagen YV. Izlclwnrcls Rusk Riley Smith Mills Hiesvr H. Eclwalrils Ci1Ilf0!'l!llI'I' Boyle Albert Pring Miner Suyrv P1190 .77 :Clin 'fr-. f ' ' 'IMI N, 9' . - ' 'i ff tb! xhfl gi I E144 611 L df 1'iUlI,I1l1Cll'BOSIOI1 University, 1909 :: Eighty-four Active Chapters CHI ZETA CI'IAP'I'EH :: Established, 1915 1: 209 East Armory Street n Sliott Korzen Cliristenscn Talbott f'IlI'IStIl12lll Schuldt Kriz Brenner Metcalf Kcllerrnann Spyrn Brown Lohse Quill Ittner Gibbs Gonsets Fraser Grahl Capoot Linder Godwin Barnard Carter McCarthy 'l'ilgner Johnson Davis Friedlanrler Bora-hers Kolben Beattie Srcbalus Bain Simpson Wagner Jacobs Szxnhamel Hackett Berdsall Page 374 FACULTY PAI'I. CI. BILAVILR, NI. S. I'IERIiI-III'l' E. CARTER, Ph. D. IIARLIN F. GIIIIKS, M. S. BORRR1' T. ITTNIIR, A. B. FRILII I.OIIsIa. B. S. IIAR'I'l.I-:Y D. PRIIIIL, A. M. LAIIKI-INCIC L. QI'II.I., Ph. D. GRADUATE STUDENT E. PARRI: GODWIN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors NICIIULAS P. BRENNER ARTIIIIR F. CIIRISTMAN WII.I.IANI D. FOOKS JVLES E. GONSETII HOWARD A. KEI.I.I:RxIANN CEOIIGI-1 A. KOI.liP1N .IOSEPII M. KORZEN FRANK J. KRIZ J. DAYTON IXICCURNIICK ROIzI:R'I' I. METf:AI.I' LEO F. IVIVCIIA PIIILII' .I. POTTILR JOHN F. SCHIII.n'I' H. S1'ANI.I3Y SIIO'I"r SrANI.I1Y S. SIIYRA GLENN I. 'IIALIiO'I"l' ,luriiurs LLONARII BI-IA'l"l'lE ROIIIIRI' B. BOrIriIIIaRs AITIIRRY J. BROWN Loss I1I.I. J. CAPOOT BOIzI:R'I' F. CHRISIENSILN .IOIIN B. FRASER CARI. II. GRAIII. HOIIARII C. JOIINSON WAI.'rI1R W. LINIJER CIIAHLES G. TILGNER Soplzomores Cm' lf. BARNARD EmII'Nn H. DAVIS MAX I.. FRIEDLANDER CLIFTON W. GANG JOsI:I-II A. SRI:RAI.I's Freshmen JAIIIIJS T. BAIN EIINIIII' J. BI3RnsAI.I. JOIIN I.. HACIQEII LOUIS J. JACOBS EDMUND M. BICCARTHY .IOSEIIII F. SANIIAMEL ARTIIIIR P. SIMPSON CHARLES N. WAIQNEII ,IAxII:s A. WILL FACULTY FRANR E. SCIIOOLEY, B. S. JOHN 1-2. SWEET, B. FRED wv.T.ANNEIl,171l.1J. GRADUATE STUDENT AIIFRI-LD W. BORC, JR. MENIBI-IRS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ALAN G. ARISON WILli1'Il W. BINGANIAN WYILLIAM P. BUCHANAN S. D1-LNI-LEN FISHER WILI.I.A XI J. GILLILAND RORER1' A. GOPEL DONALD F. JACKSON C. JEROME NELSON JOHN H. ROTIIGEB Juniors GEllIilL1l'11. AUSTIN DAYID W. N1A'l'HEW w'Il.l.1.ANIN1. SIMPSON 1'1AROI,lJ F. STOLLE RAYNIKDNII VISSER Soplzomores EARL N. BVCHANAN C11-1011411-1 T. ERHARDI' 1W11C1HAliI. R. GALLAND T111-QUIJUR1-1 HOFk'Xl,AN ALllI'IR'l' R. 1NlLE JOHN B. KVNEY DCJN.4l.IJ1'1. LAUD HARlJI.Il B. IWIILLER 1N1ERl.E W. 'XIYERS ARNULIJ J. POTTEHLER RllIlI.-XRDN1.S1IEL'IFllX WI.-KRREN 0. WYISNASKY 1x1YKU'V1I.WvORNll.EY Freslzmvn vFll.l.l ul J. BRONS JOSEPH 1,.11li0MP'l'0N ,JOHN 1'1.f1I'l.LER'l'0N BYHHN 13. DRI-ISSLER NORH-xx IIUISINGER RllI5l'1IK'l'S. IlOL'1'Y JOHN NI. KI-1NIl'1-LR HUIHHIFI' 11.1II'IJL0W ANTIIUINY .'W.N10HIl1I2 RODERI' U. HOANE JERRY S. SHXNNON FRED ll. SIYPIRISERCPQIR ,JUIIN R. 'FROST I 'A-G' i gf "Ji , 'FFF 5.1-V -Ag .1 'hfvl . .. .,. . :ns If G!! Aa CA: JZAO Founded-'l'riHity College, 1895 :: Twenty-two Active Chapters PHI KAPPA CHAPTER :: 1'1stzI1I1iS116d, 1916 1: 311 East Armory Avenue lfishcr Mzxtlu-D Siulle Austin Miller 1'101s1IlL'Ik'l' Visser Burg Wislmsky 1'11'1lGll'l11 1'1.BllL'1l2lll2lIl Iilifflllilll WOI'IHh-5' Gullzlnml KUIICQ' 1'OHL-izvr 1IZlll1J Myers lmlc Slnerlnvrgcr Simpsun Nm-ISOH JSIUIKNUII 111IIg!'2lIllIllI .Xrisnn Gupvl W. 11llL'1lIlll2lIl liillilnml KOthL:s-h Holty l.udlOw fvflillllltlill HOZIIIU Ilrcssler KUIIIDVI' Morin-u Sllillllllill Trust Hrnns f4ll11l'l'IflIl Plllill' I . BL - .I I fE'v' ' auf lf' .ji 'iv gf. ' Q .tif Mi A aww vm Founded-Miami University, 1906 1: Forty-four Active Chapters ZETA CHAPTER zz Established, 1916 :: 310 Gregory Drive Parks Kohler J. Galaty Scott Dietrull De L:IIIIzIr Curtis Vitkus Nelson Kirlcy Cotton F. Gzilaty Ennis Fohr J. Riclmrrls Megan Gruvestcin Larson Behling Moyer Reynolds Sullivan Petrie 'l'lIoIIIas Budd Hodges D. Richards Page 376 FACULTY BI'R'I'ON N. BEHLINC, Ph. D. HERIIERT E. CARTER, A. M. NEWTON E. ENSIGN, A. M. .'1I.llliRT J. HARNO, B. S., LI.. B., l.L. D. lil-lllll. A. INTOYER, M. RAYMOND F. SMITII, M. S. ,TUSI-IF F. WRIGHT, A. B. CRADIIATE STUDENT FARRI-ILL K. HODCES MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors WILLIAM S. BUDD SAMUEL O. JONES CLIFFORD G. PETRIE EDWARD E. REYNOLDS DONALD B. RICHARDS DANIEL J. SULLIVAN I.. ALLAN THOMAS Juniors ARTHUR C. Dlx GEORGE H. ENNIS LOUIS J. FOIIR FIIIMORE W. GALATY GEORGE V. TJRAVESTEIN TIIOMAS I. MEGAN JOIIN E. RICIIARDS STANLEY M. SNYDER Sophomores PAUL E. COTTON CIIARLES M. CURTIS J. ROBERT DE LAMAR DONAN C. KIRLEY CLARK R. LARSON ITONIER C. PARKS Freshmen LOUIS T. BENEDICI' FREDERICK DIETRUII JAMES B. GALATY SONIMERFIELD HERROLD ,IOIIN E. KUIILER FRANK J. INTARZALEK ORRIN NELSON RICHARD L. SCOTT ALFRED J. VITKUS FA Q ll ' L'l'Y ROY L. DALFERES, Capt., F. .-1. BERNARD L. J 1-11-'Fl-LIKSUN, Ph. D. IRWIN L. LIIMIMIS, Capt., B. S. .JOHN J. I7Il'Il'l-IR, Ph. D. CHARLES F. SlIllI.A'l"l'1-LR, M. S., C. P. A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROBERT J. CIIRISTOI-IIER EDWIN H. IIEINDERSON 1.YI.E E. H01-'FNIAN JOHN H. HOWR CLIFTON F. HYINR EUGENE W. 171-LNNIFTO ROBERT P. IIERRIN JOHN W. SUDDES BENJAMIN W. WIEISIGER Juniors JAMES C. ANDERSON, JR. JOHN BARR LOUIS E. BEERMAN, JR. DONALD P. COOMBE THOMAS C. DAVIDSON ROBERT C. EVANS H. GORDON FAULRNER GEORGE C. KENNEDY EUGENE D. WEISICEH Sophomores LOWDEN A. HANSELDIAN CHARLES J. LARSON ROBERT E. PILCHER CHALMER M. PRICE ROBERT L. RAY DONALD R. SCHNEIDER FREDERICK D. SHELL ALBERT C. TAYLOR WILLIAM F. WAIIGII SCOTT H. ZAIIREN FVUSIIHICII. RAYMOND T. Bl-IAZLEY ROBERT C. COOMIIE AUSTIN F. I"JANCKliONl-IR LON FOSTER, JR. SAMUEL I.. 1'II'IJIlI-LLSTUN ROBERT w'Y..1E1NSI-IN AUGUST B. KING IXIATT M. KITTZ1-IR ROBERT JVIORITZ PAUL W. NEIDIIARDT ALBERT J. NERONE P. BERKELEY RAY CLIFF J. STANGE CHESTER H. STORES GEORGE WEBER JAMES 1. WICRI-:NS Foumlml-Norwich University. 1856 RHO CHAPTER z: Established, 1916 :: Iii' 2.7444 CA. .: Fifty Active Chapters 505 East Chalmers Street Burr FZIUIRIICI' I'l.VVeiSiger BeckIII:III 1'1Uf1'Ill?lH Evans Surlmlcs Perrin Hyink B.VYeiSiger D.COOIIIhc Anderson Dzxvirlsmi Waugh Shell Howk Pilchcr Larsen Taylor PQIIIIUIO Heiiderson 13.1-my Wickc-Ds Stokes I-'anckboner Zuhren Schneider HZIIISCIXIIEIH Price .It-IISQII Foster R.R:Iy Weber Stangc H. Cuornbe King Ilmldlestoli Noirlhurrlt Beazley Kutzer Neroue Moritz age J77 ffl f .W 0114. FuulzflwfflJIIIVQ-rsity of Yifflillill, 1868 :: liightyilllw-c Avlive Chapters BETPX ETA lfH:XPTl'fH zz I'1Stz1J1lishvd, 19lT 1: 303 Fu:-t Arrnory Avenlu? Brown Km-rchllcr E. jmws Fuvitt AMUII Barry Mlxrphy ROU'1lIlll Galvin I-'ranks llcnry Nix-isbn I". XVFlCllL'IlIlUl'f-El' l'. xVi1Cllt'IlllUl'f'0l' F. Ynnng Kolofor Yzlnnskns RCJIIHIHII Russ Arlnuw X. .Imn-s XV. Skunning I.:1I1e1' A. Skonning FIT-'lIl'il'k Hey IIOFFIHJIII S. Young: Kennvlly H2ll'tIllilIl '1'1'm'II Nelson Leeper Pagv 378 F,-Xl Il ' LTY WIl.l.IfkRI F. BllI'l"l'ON, A. M., J. D RIIIIIQIYI' B. BIIIIWNE, M.S. XII'I'III'II F. DEMI, B. Arc-lm., F .-X..-X. R. ESSICI. R. DILIAVUIY, A. M., J. D. GRADUATE STUDENTS OWEN VF. HMIEI. JOHN W. Joxrzs MEMBERS JN VNIVERSITY St'IlI.Ul'S Hmyunm C. Hu:'I'xIAN DEAN li. HEY WII.I.I.uI P. IIUEFMAN F1 IQENE C. KENNEDY HEIIER Y. LAIEII LESLIE C. 1.1-lKll'KE FIAIER F. TII0I:II S'HNI,EY H. XYUYNC Ju n inrs w7Il.lil'R M. FIIEIIIIICK C. KENT LEEPEII S. llAI.I. NEJ.F1iN RUIIIEIFI'f..RHIX1.-NNN DI NIAN N. Russ AKINIVI' A. SEIINNINQ WII.I,I,uI F. SPI-INCH BARN EY P. Y rx N I 'slits SUflfldIl7IIIV'6'S FIM IN M. J UN HS H. NEIL J0NEs I.mI EI,I. W. KJZXIENT WII.I.IAu N. WII,I,INmI.AN FITNXIIIICVZ OIIYEII W2 A4:'I'oN WII,I.I.uI E. 'XIIYIES HIIIIEIIT F. BAIIIIY DUN P. Bmm N RUIIEIIT D. lf,u'I'I"I' ,-XR'I'III'II J. FII 'XNlxS, JR. RIIIIEIII' W. ll.1.I.YIN WI1.I,I.uI H. HENRY CIIIAIIILES W. KEIIIIIINEE Elm .mn Nl. KuIYuIfEII RUlil41R'I'L. Nrll III'IIY TIIIIII H. Nl!-1l.Sl-1N,,JH. .'XI.I5IiR'l' J. OI1IE'I' GIIIIIIIIN W. RIIYHNIJ VVAl.'l'I'1R 'I'.SImNN1NI. FRI-ID S. VVAIIIIIENDORI-'I-IR l',xI'I, F. WAciIII:NnoREEII FRI-Ill I.. Yorme I 1 1 GRADUA'l'1C S'l'UD1IN1'S CIZORCIL G. GAIIIQII 1II1RIIER'I' GROSSNIAN D.DANlE1.1WIIC11l-Il. BRIINAIIII H. MORI:'I'sRY SILAS W. Wy.-XLLK SAVI. WI-ZINIIERIL MEMBICRS IN UNIX ICRSITY Sen inrs 1111.1 A. GOLAN IMDORIL J. XINOUKIN SI:Yx1OI'R OIINER IIIQRDILRI' D. HEINISH NIILRLL D. SIIARIII: GORDON M. TERRY Juniors LOUIS B. ARRNSON ARTIILR N. FRIEDNIAN WILLIAM A. GROIISKY Bl-lRNARDC.I,EW1S NIALIRILE 11. SCIIY Soplzonmres LEONARD BANOVITZ NIIZLVIN A. CIMIIEI. WVILLIAM J. GOLDIILRG 1iOIII:R'I' KIIKDPPPIR IWIELVIN KOIINIZR FLOYD R. RAMIIAIZII EDGAR I. SALINS BERNARD M. SILVERMAN GILORIQI-1 J. WIEN3l.AN Freslz men WWILLIANI J. AXI-:LROOD WII.I.IABIwf.C1Il1'RIN BERNARD J. FRIILDIIAN LOUIS M. GOLDNIAN NIILTON J. HOLLAND IWIARSIIALL L. LI:vINs0N NURMAN A. LEWIS WIL1.IABI SIIINDLRNIAN SIDNEY B. WOLFE 3 'EEIWET Wxx E fm .7-NAI lflf 1'1!7llI111l'l1-COIIFQIC of the City of New York. 1909 :: '1'11irty-Ililw ACIIVP Cluiptr-I's H110 CHAP'I'1'f11 Z: 1'1sta1I1is11ed, 1918 1008 South Fifxh Strvet Klopper B.1"I'iedIII:In I.eviIIsOII Sulins l'lIipriII S1IiIIderII1aII Lewis Hlbllilllfl VVOlt'e Lucas Bzulovitz Gimbel Kohner VVieIII:1II SI1V9l"lllilIl Goldberg AXt'1l'00l1 GOIIIIIIIIII RZIIIIDZICII ATQIISUII Svhy Groflsky Terry A. FricdIII:III f,l'11C'I' VV:Illk Sharpe Golan G-uber Mnuokin Gr0ssIIIaII Reiuish Michel Weinberg Muret:-:ky Pagf' 379 II ..Qh4i jeffd .S M M5 l'11I,Ult1t'll+CO11l'?glC Ol' the City Of New York, 1899 :: Fifty Avtive Chapters ALPHA ALPHA CIHAPTIQR :: Estulilisheli. 1919 :: 106 Ifust 11311191 Strevt Hayes Ilnncls H.Heuha1clI Galloway VanMale Kidder Leiter O'MI1llcy Harrington M.WilnI0t Fuller 'l'lIorscn Gates R.XvI1IllUt Boyle Sfinton V.Hudson Fischer WYIIIIEIIIIS Crisscy Minter Drallineier R.SIl!It1l Emlwurcls MuH:u'I'y Mickelsen Davis Huxinann Hunter Unwin Cilfllilllilll R.HeubaclI xv.SlllIt1l llzxgg I.0lllk0 Sheuhur Clayton Slmllherg Peterson Taylor Lernpke W. Hudson Page 380 FACULTY 1IliNRYI1.BAlLY,A. M., C. P. A CHARLES C. f1L'R'l'l5, A. M., J. D PAl'l. H. DEIIR, A. M. IIAROLD D. TRINIIILE, A. M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sen iors STANLEY H. BOYLE I.AI:IILAN M. CRIssEY MAX C. FULLER FRED C. HANDS DLNLAP HARlllNlG'l'0N EDWIN R. IHIAYES HENRY G. HEIIIIALH I'1IfGl-INEI.. III-llTl-Ill DONALD W. 0'RIALLEY IIANCI-1Ii.TlI0RSl-IN VIIARREN C. VAN RIALE WIARSIIALI. R. W'lI.NIOT Juniors III-IWIS H. CARNAIIAN XIORCAN L. I'1DW.-KRDS FI,IcI:NE A. FISCIII-IR GEORGE W. GALIAIWAY wYII.l.lAM H. G.-X'l'lN1S LAVIERIYIZ D. HI'DsON 1IERRERT li. KIDDI-:R .IOIIN W. NICHARRY 1,AIfl.E.x1lN'l'ER IIOWARD F. STINTON Suplzonmres Rljlil-IRT W. DRALLAIEIER GORDON S. PETERSON HOLL!-IN H. SIIIITII GLENN C. WIILLIAMS ROIIERT M. VVILMUT FIWSIIIVICIL ,IANIES C. RAIQIQ .-XLBERT L. CLAYTON GILES D. DAVIS ROBERT W. HI-LUBACH WAYNE D. Hl'IJSON JOHN V. 11UN'l'l-IR RICHARD F.1'1lYXMANN KENNI-ITII P. 1.l1NIKI-I ROBERT I.. LEN1 I-KI: GERALD C. MILIQELSEN NORMAN F. SIQHEIIRER WILLIAM G. SHALLRERG WILRER A. SMITH SHERMAN E. TAYLOR ,10SEl'HD.I-NWIN x.v ,J .x .1 Qi FM IUI .TY Cmiswrzu R. fwurgusox, .-X. Nl. S'1'.-xxuix' G. ll.u.l., ll. S. F'l'HAN A. NURTHN. Nl. S. llRAlJIlA'l'E S'l'lllJliN'l'S Rouum' C. 51.0.-KN Rum-3R'r C. WHLH1 lNIlIN1BliRS IN UNIVICRSITY Sen furs flI.IFF4JRlJ F. llAll.l1R J. Suns Am' llmmilisn xxx .lm1N F. Kl.r11'1N1:r:R Us1iARli.Kl HHN P,-nfl. 11. Kldlrczu 'SEL BNN W. NIAXWHLI. l'lxRo1.n E. NlEYl-Ill DUNAIJ1 S. Nl1'1'cim3L1. Ho1zEm' F. Sl1III'lll1R'l' lAlJDlli.l.Sl1l4EK Juniors Al.1rER'1' W. FISCIII-LR 'l'um1As F. l.ATz1aR Joux li. PRQSEK H4181-IlK'l' C. REINIIVKRIVI' ,lmm SciI1or:NL1Nc Rlxlmll SITBIRIEHI-'Il-Ql.D PAUL II. UIILENIIOP Jmms ULRICH Fu-wx R.WH1ar:l.ER Sopfzomures Juux Nl. ABBEY JAM 1-:S R. HAMMr:'r'r 'l'nox1As S. HORRALI. Ross CI. LYMAN .l0lIN I.. Morcrox ,ll-lRRI.-KN W. REA Nl CIIARLES J. ZALOITDEK Fresh men .Ions I.. Cooxc V. Tmrgns l'IA1mAN HARIAN A. HAs1mAm.1-Lx wYlLI.IANI P. lNIAHSHAI.l. KENNNH G. Nhvss Smgusv W.S13m10Ns WlI.I.1,ul W. Wlll-ISS W , ' 'F' il 'Q' X li.. , , Irma Mi ma lfoullfled' lvniveriity of PCllIlSylYLllll11. 1908 :: lfiglmtwell Avtive Clluptew ZETN fIllAl"l'liH :: lfstulnlislwml. 19l9 :: 308 lfnst Armory AV1-nm' waz.. YVicss lin-:ml Cook Ulrich Summcriielml Ulnlcnlmp H2lSlllJ2ll',L'fl3I' Silmuons Moriun Lzllzer Mayvs Hilllllllilll Prosck Maxwell II0l'l'2lll l-'isclu-1' Sc-lluhcrt Sclmcnliug Abbey Relllllilfllf Zulmlclek Hummel! l.ylIl2lll Slualu White Meyer Kuelm Builcr f'l'lllCl'iSllilllk Sl-he-k Blc'Mic'l1:wl Klcpingvr Przgw .XXI F... I. uses o' i s o I. l 4 I e,aA A 5 o'A1nsn s Gif I. 6 ...fm I I'1UUl1l1El17NCW York University, 1913 1: Twenty-one Active Chapters D1-ILTA CHAPTER " Ifstablished, 1920 :: 302 Gregory Drive Wodikzi Elirlich Sachs Simon Hayrlen Wcinmub Kosenbluin Holland Berrent Berg Rattner Turg: Stone Rubin Ram Moskovitz Bernick Lang Heller Chizewer Cohen C. BQ'l'glll2l1l Marcxis Erlidin Shein Fishkin IIEll'tIl Boorstein Goodinan S. Berginzlll VVax I.eViII Rothenberg Cahn Cohn Gerber Tarrson Driss Pa ye .782 FACULTY AI.VIN R. CAIIN, Ph. D. DAVID G. BOLIIIQIN, Ph. D. GRADUATE STUDENTS HI1RIIIgIIT COHEN HARoI.n M. GINSIIILRG LILUNARD L. LI-QVIN HIQNRY B. ROTIIENISERC KIENIBEHS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors SA M BERGMAN SAM A. BooRs'1'I:IN N1AI1RII:I: VIIAX J un iors SAM BAIITII IRVING I. CIIIZLVVILR IIIARVIN S. CoIIN LOUIS Dmss WIl.LlAlI P. GERBER NIAX W. GooDxIAN L0lfIS1I.Kl.'HN AIILTON LANG NlIL'I'oN R. SCIIACIITMAN XIANFI-Ll. H. SIILIN SIDNEY TARIISON Soplzomores NIIIRRIS A. EDIDIN Luo A. KAIJAN 7I1II.'l'0N M. RAM Fresh nz an AK'I'lll'K A. BERG CI.AYToN W. BERCMAN ELI BERNICK ,lI:RoxIIg BIZRIIENI' NORMAN J. EIIRLICII IIIARTIN M. FISIIKIN .IIJLIAN A. GRE!-ZNGOSS BERNARD C. HAYDI-LN FRILII L. I'IEI.LER MAX J. IIOLLAND IIIORHIS NI. IXIARCUS ROIIIZRT IIIUSKOVITZ Mosh L. RATTNER SOI. RosI:NIII.UxI .IAILIQ RIIBIN NIIL'I'oN SALHS SI-IIQRWIN 0. SIxIoN BEHTRAM A. STIINI: EDWARD A. TARI: PAUL S. WILINRAUB IIIARVIN E. WODIKA FACULTY WIl.l.IAhI H. RAYNER, C. E., M. CIIARLES L. S'l'EwAR'I', Ph. D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SUniu1's VIVILLIAM L. LAYI ILKA WALTER S. LAWRENIQE HENRY R. LINDER DONALD E. NICGIYIRE ,IANIES E. XICNIAIIUN RICIIARD A. DIUNNI-ZCKE CHARLES W. I'I'I.Ac:ER GEORGE B. ROSS HOWARD R. Sc:Ox'ILLE Jun inrs W. CARL ALLEN FRANK W. BOS'I'EI,IIANN NIALK C. .1031-IS ROBERT H. KINDERNIAN ,IOIIN J.Xlf1NEII. EDGAR L. IXIUORNIAN FRANCIS H.111llNS .IOIIN R. SONIIIER CIIARLES R. XYOVNKLI-ll! Sopfmnmrvs CHARLES A.BOS'1'I-:LIIANN FRANK B. Hl'llll.,Xlill ,IOIIN C. JONES IIENRY H. NIT: 'XDA IIS .IORN E. KIIIXIAIION DONALD B. xIEI.YIl.l.l-I VORIS R. PAYNI-I IXIILLER S. PlfLA1:I:R VERNON f1.ROSI-I CIIARLES II. SIIITII Fl'0.vfIrI11'rI N1lI.I.ARlJ E. CASTLE .l. WILLIAII C0551-1'l"l' Rlllll-QRT L. HILRS .I ALR E. IIORSLILY ROBERT R. 1.-XVIII-Ili DAVID H. L.uu1I.A ROB!-IRT C. LAWSON TIIOIIAS W. VF.-Kl.'IilPN 5. 'r'g.,,.-:'? 'EEG-'n -. fx' I S. 7, ,N ff' x. fry. 'KI ,Q j. f 1'-Nw. 'fli- ' ' K: 1.4.2 J lu gqg. .. yn ,GIF Z id L Foumied-Union College, 1827 :: Fifteen Active Chupte-IS 'If-XL' CHAPTER :: Established, 1920 :: 1008 South Fourth Street Ilia-ks Walton l.:lwsOII Ilurslcy Custlu D. l.:Ivickz1 Smith Lziuber Gussctt 1IllD1l!l1'll Melville J. .lone-S Ruse MCAIIOIIIS .IOIIII N1l'ih12l1l0Il M. 1'f12l,2'Cl' C.1lUStt'1lll2lIlll I':lyIIc MINI-il DIIIIIS Allcn KlllC1t'l'lllilIl Summer F. Bustellnzllln Muorinzln YUIIIILEQI' Scovillc Mcfluire VV. I.:u'icka1 Linzlci' .lzlmes RICNIRIIIUII 1.2lXVl'BIll'b3 C. l'I12l,2'0I' Iillfll' JH Mi if .ffm FfIUV1lI4'll'COllPfIF Of the City Of New York, 1902 z: Thirty-one Aviive Chapters PSI CHAPTER zz Established, 1920 : 907 South Third Strevt Z. Klawslns Gray Pick I.Qzn'itt Simons Franklin Levy Kanter Rubin Blitzsten Ruln-ns Schuys-r Andzxlmnn l.i0hliDg Gutstndt Pinskxy Frank BPITIIIJIII Schwartz Cohcn Adler S. Klzlwalns Silverman GTUSSIIIZHI KOH1 Avker KJIIRIVJII .lnshel 1.:u14l:1u0r Kaplan H. B. Joseph Kivovich Kohn Sh-rn C'Ohu II. S, Jus:-ph Kanufmann Alschuler Hastcrlik Pugr' .384 MEMBliliS IN UNIVERSI 1 Y Seniors EDWARD 5. ALSCHDLER NORMAN COHN RALPH J. EPSTEIN XYILLIAM B.HAs1'ERL1K HENRY S. JOSEPH NIAHVIN L. KAUFMANN JEROME IQIYOVITCII B1 R'1'ON B. KOHN BIEYER li. LANDAUER L.l'IS'l'I'Ili K. OLIN HARRY S. STERN Juniors HOWARD G. ACKER IRv1Nu A. CHAVIN LLOYD M. JOSIIEL BIALRIQIE L. LEVY DONALD I. ROTH Sophomorvs JOSEPH 1. ADLER ROBERT R. COHEN HERuER'r L. FRANK BERNERD M. GROSSMAN HHRliliR'l' B. JOSEPH HYMAN H. KAPLAN SEYNIUVH D. KLAWANS I.EsLlE SILVERMAN EDWARD G. SIMONS Freshmen AYRCM :XNDALMAN BERNARD BAGAN N1A'l"l'IH1W,J. BARMAN IRA Nl. BLITZSTI-LN XIYRRAY A. FRANKLIN LAWRENLE M. GRAY HIODARD H.GD1's'1'AD'r JEROME B. K.AN'l'Eli Z-XXIII-1li1'L KLAWANS NIAVHIKIE R. LEAv1'r'r NORMAN R. LIEISLING CIIARLI-IS A. PICK WVILLIA M G. PINSLEY LEE H. RVDENS NIIIJION RUBIN LEONARD R. SCIIEYER xl!-XININ R. Sc:HwAR'rz EM ll ' I .TY PALYL I.. DEI.ARm'. PII. D. GI-1ORl,EI'I.Dl NIQAN. Ph. D. LI.OYD BIIIRI-1Y,.'x.B.. B. RIIIS.. C. P. .-X. IIAIILEY J. VAN iII.E-KN E, Ph. D. FLOYD R. WATSON. Ph. D. CARROLL li. WlI.PIY, B. S., C. E. GRADIfA'I'E STUDENTS BRIILE W. BAIN CHARLES K. IIELERIIZK, JR. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors GERALD T. BORCIIERDT HAROLD W. BDRNS LIOWARD W. IIAMI-DELI. PAUL F. GROTE GEORGE J. HI-LIDENIAN GORDON E. JONES JOHN BICKEAN, JR. C. ORYILLE REINIIARDI RICHARD I.. BOTH ROBERT B. WA'l'Si1N juniors RICHARD .-XLLYIN IIARRY L. LJIII-IENI-I JESSE W. IIUFER JOHN C. KIKIEGSNIAN JAMES L. KAINEY WIILLIAM S. SIZOVILI. JOHN I.. STROIIYI Soplmnmrcs WII.I.IAN1 II. BARRICIQ LEONARD A. BECKER ROIIERI' ll. BLEIIRIO LOUIS E. BIIRLISON W. JACK BIJRNS EDWARD D. fIA'NII'BELL CHARLES B. DAWSON JAMES L. DEDLI-:R ROIIERT ll. GASEN SI-ENEER I-I. UURI-I ROBERT C. IIII-LRUNYNIIIS VII.-XYNI-I G. JOHNSON LEONARD K. Nrrz JANIES D. PIERLE DALE D. STREID I-IARIIY D. TIIORSEN, JR. IWIAIIION I.. 'IIIIAISEHT WYILBI-IRI' D. LRDEN FRED NI. WYILLIAXIS Fr'I'sl1rI1e'n VIIIIEUDORI-I I.. AIQNEW, JR. BEN 'I'. BAIRD, JR. IIICII.-XRD L. IIl'l.I. I.EO E. JAMES PADI. L. NIOS4:IIEL PIIILIP F. ORTNIAN JAMES H. WNILLIAXISUN Yee ff vr H- :li Ijifgf ' 'ak '.,K,f,,a . , I J 'J' . "Bl A' 1' CJ! Ad ! Efjdd dlflftgvfd Founded-IJniversity of California, I9I-I :: Nine Avtive Chapters GAMNIA CIIAPTER :: Estziblishf-ni. 1921 :: 40I East Daniel Street BOrcIIcrrIt Bain II.K':IInpIJelI WvZltSUI1 ROIII IIOIfIif'k .IOIIQS liruts Trzibert NIvKm-:III RQiIlIlill'llt II. Burns IIXIIUTSCII Muschcl IlurIiSOn Kricgsnuin Buchrig Barrick Hivronyinns Rainey Sirnhni Scuvill Hofer Allyn Gusen Jaim-S l4I.C1lIllDDCll Bm-kor Uhben Williams Pierce Stn-iil Greene Hull Depler JOIIIISOII Agnew Orhnnn Baird Nitz .I. Burns Dnwsun WVJIIIHIDSOII Pays' .385 Jlffflxf ' Z2-3 '.55,..g1:jfT ff? im V 67790 a !2A0 FnLu1zled4Middlehury College, 1905 :: Nineteen Active Chapters F'li:X lfH-XPTHR :: Established. 19121 :: 1110 WYluiL1l'llSOIl Street llunnupel llieknm Il Swenson King A. Carlson Loxnan Prillnmn Ekstrom J. ll. ROSDOTUIIQID J. R. liosboruuglm Dalton Wiese Wagner Mundt Sclnacllt Batchelor B. Carlson Bloom Dciieltu YVl1illm'k Strmlc F. Vernon Ililligross Iloy Schull Page 386 Cullenour linguist Hunnnunn Larson J. Vernon FA 4 l U LTY H17c:H A. BROHN. Nl. S., lu. lu. ROHER1' D. fhkllllllil-I.-Xl-ll., Ph. D. EDWARD J. F1 I.lilCY, Ph. D., C. P. A H0R.x1:E M. URXY. Ph. D. ROBERT B. ORLOx'H:H. A. M. ITIRAM T. SCOVILL, A. B., C. P. A. GRADUA'I'E STUDENT JOHN H. ARHSTRONC. MEM BERS IN UNIVERSITY Scrziurs ALEXANDER BA'l'ClIELOR ROHERT J. BLOUNI ALICERT E. CARLSON Blilfl' A. CARLSON HENRY W. D.-Xl.'l'0N JOHN H. DEGETTE ROY L. HlI.l.l4Lt'JS5 DONALD S. HOY RHLHARD M. KING DONALD E. LARSON JOSIEPII R. RllSlillROl'CH ROHERT D. S1:H1:'rT 0. GEORGE STROIJE FRANKLIN J. VERNON ALIIERT N. W'lll'l'LOCK Ju n iors NI.-Xll'l'IN C. B01-Dl'lS'l' RORERT E. LIUIIENOLR CLINTON F. IJIEKBIAN CARI. W. ERs'rROM TTOWARD R. LIANNAPEI. TIIEOIJORE LOHAN FLHER IC. Mmm' JAMES B. ROSISOHOUCII JOHN H. SCIIACHT l':X'lillli'l'Tl-1 F. VFAGNEH ROHERT C. W1 ESE Soplwmore Jn' R. PRH.Lu1AN Frm ll men LEONARD L. HANIJIANN NORNIAN W. SWENSON JOHN T. VERNON FA LlUl.'l'Y jOnN ll. BAILAR,JR.,lll1.D. OHIO C. I.r11'rER, -X. B. GRADUATE STUDENT KL1111 W. NICHENRY MEM BER5 IN UNIVERSITY .Seniors VVAYNE H. DUVALL l'1uRr:r1 NIANLEY DIERRII. II. P1-INIlI,E'1'UN GORDON O. PODL LUTDRR K. RHUADE5 RAYMOND 'l'. REBER ARTHUR E. SI-QRWICH WILLIAM C. S'1'ARRE'1"I' Juniors IIERIII-QRT I.. DEKSIIEXI CUSTAVE M. GROH LYFORD A. GSELL BERNARD J. WIARIJ Snplzonmrcs STEVE G. CHOIIAR LESTER L. LINDLDQRIQ Fresh man NORMAN R. CARSON ,IUDSON R. LEON.-XRD, JR, JOHN J. MCDONALD C. EDWARD ITIEYI-ZRS HAROLD S. DILIHRAY WII.lSER'It D. :NELSON IIOWARD E. SONTAC I'IAll0LD A. SVVANSON A .2 4 5 1 .- A.. 4' Q3 Q MVA M.: Mn jeffd FITILIIt10l1'CUIlIlCClIf'lll W'esIeyz1n College, 1898 Si-wlltvmx Active CIIIIIJICTS CANIXIA GANIXIA CHAPTER :: Eftablished, 1921 :: 809 West Pennsylvania Avenue I Q E Carson Moyers Grulmr Murray Swanson Sontngz Iinclcr IA-Onarzl Nelson McHenry Starrett Lindberg: VVartl Iimh Nllllligilll McDonald Leiter Pohl liscll Rhoaclcs Manley Sc-rwich Dcrshcnx Bailnr Page 387 N 32- 'iff' . f f 'Ur . R' Q, . , 5:4- Qsl- .. , K-"fi-N ' QAM g FUUI1LIN!-Rt'I1FSf'l21K'lx Polytevllnif' Instituie-, 1864 :: Thirty-six -Xvtiw Chapters M.I'H.-X BICTA lIl1M"l'liR :: listuhlishwl. 1922 :: 1205 East 'Xrnmry .-Xvenue ff' 3 . R Mulzzxhn Jchlik VVzlg11er G. XVilt Bum-sch Klingel R. VVilt Morton Hunke R. Simon Jzwvkel Stark I':u'l1:nly Ulsnn Ilcvklcr Silnlchn' Sm-huessler Caulfield Jansen Mertz Holman l'iercu W. Simon Nh-tz Crunk R. S. Ehrot Blumenknmp Spongbergr Law Page .'?8.'4 FMIlil.TY M.xu'1'1N II. I4lI.l.lNf.s. NLS. PAM. IJ. Cuxxrznsri, N. Nl. FRANK 'I'. jmlxwx llAmrl.nl3.,luHNs'1'ox. .-X. li. Ho1mCH.l. Nl.x1'mx1'mr:. Nl. NI. In Wunu Sm Nm W, Ph. D. NIENIBICHS IN l NIYERSITY Sf'flI.4lI'S Elm um N. RIRKI1 srl' .lolm R. lIm1K..IR. J. Ii-xnrmcn I-.lim-71' Rrilyrg S. Ellmil' 'l'um1As .l. IIENLI-:Y CIIVKIRIJ-IS F. llm.uAx I.. Kr1NNlc'l'H Nlrilwz Rominl' Nl. Nlmx LYAA K. Plriurfi wVlI.I.IANl J. Smuw lima:-gm' B. S'l'AI.1-:Y ,lllIIiUI'.S WA1.'1rgR H. li1.I'm1NlxAMl' l"RAw1s W. lIf:4im.mz ANTIIONY .l. ,IEIILIK Kmxmrl L. Olsox Romzm' .I. SINIJI-ll.-XR Supfzonmres 'xR'l'IIl'Ii.l. B11-1S4,Il,.lR. W1I.l.1.u1 l".lIA1'1.1fn:1.n l',u'l. H. ,I.xr14:M11. EARL .I .wsrgx S,m1.u1. H. LAW Romzwr W. I,.XCHAl,Y KICNNETII .l. S4:Hlr:Ss1.uR ALI.:-:N H. Sl'0NCliI'IRlQ Wusl.r:Y li. Swan hmmzrg Nl. XWIIQI' l"1'ws!1r11w1 F. .l.-xnxx l"m:1cs'l'mn.1M: lhnuln NI. li.-um: Kolnirfl' I.. Kl.lNl,P1I. ROY 'NI,x1.z.xuN HENRY S. Nlnmuw liomim' Nl. Sumx W1l.l.1Au F. WIAIZNER HUHICRT N. XYILT I+'-X1"lXl'l'Y X1 lfm-'n U. Hu fum. X. Nl. Amin lc ll. Nlmf. A. Nl. Hmm' .l. NIILI-LS. I'h. D. ElLl1l'1li'l' li. N1cxu1'xss. B. P. f:ll,fXKl.l'1S NI. W11I'1'l.0. Nl. 5. llR'XDl'N'I'lC S'l'l?UIiN'l' lJcm,xl.nT1lm1vfuN IXIENIBERS IN l'NlYEHSI'l'Y Sf'l1i0I'S Kmmnn L. lC'1"l'uNsn5 lnmnzxmivz W. KAN,M,,x 1ll1AR1.r1s E. Nl4'BL'uNu' ICININ W. Nl!-IHKHZIQ .I .mn-:S K. NUJSIIER Il. Rnnsm' Olson limnglrl' P. SHLVENS lil-mums H. 'l'Rnnx1r1H Juniors VERNON -X. Fnnsmgm, CARI. R. C,-XIRINC W7ILLlA3I E. Ihnzunnljnzn WIl.I.IANI lj. H-M,EY G. f,RYIl,l.E HI-ZSSLER Column M. HOWAT1' FLOYD H. Hmanfis vvIl.l,lAN1 C. IANDNER FIMNKIAN A. Prznkms llmunn I-I. Suns Snpllmlzmvs 1,1-zumari X . BALI. Osvrzn P. Clumx WIl.l.lANI ,l.l,1l.1n1u1- EILIENI-10. likllzl-QRNIAN .ImlNC.,lI1Nn's 11:-14 blllvl-I H. Y rl uf Frvs 11 VII wz Hwmgm' H. l'1Nlll2H'l' l'.u'x. llmmzw HARRY D. llAlQP1NIil'l1K Y l.Axuno1x ll. IERKINS J ig 6. . ' Q, 'f ' W cjbeffa Ang Qifan I'wlJlllIllL'l1"LYl1 ivvrsity of Hlinois. 19123 .. F our Active Chapters 1 i 1517" :: H06 South Third Stn-vt .-XLVHK l1HgU"l'ER :: Estuhliswn . Ln G'll"t Tholnpsun Kznnxgu Trnnnnur Olson llnwntt Bull Nlorrlrk latte-n SUII 1 mu Mosher My-Burney Whilln Cnrnli W. Ilugvlxhlxvk .lnnius IIQUOFIIIZIII F. Perkins Stevens Huglws I., Pcrkins Hzlgrey Hx-sslex' Scars li-erden lihhert Lindcr II. 1lil,L'Il'llilllt'k Ym-:mst ugrf .180 ff jeffd C25 FoundedxCorneII University, I890 :: ILLINOIS CHAPTE Thirty-Seven Active Chapters R :: Established, 1923 :: IIII South First Street I E I EEE-..-v--..-..,,. .,..., . U 1 L llllll ISLII ........u .1 5 ' zlpput Andersun J.TI10Il1pSUII Eiwenmn Iionchetti B111 Al I ' I . . 1 . I I'lC 1 Kingman Kasch Valenta Hoeft G. R. Gzluen Larson Kowalski Jensen Plummer Fike Fritze George Mm-C1'0skc-y Duuhun Thorne N. McG0wen Pohlnmnn Tuxhorn Pollensky Swikle R. E. Gauen Mason Farrow Miller Bannon Stumpf Powers J. McG0wen Pace Faye 390 I".-Xf,ll'I.'l'Y ,IUSEPII H. Bunn. A. NI.. XI. IJ FRANIQ C. Iluihmsoix, Ph. D. XIICHLIN H. H1 NTER, Ph. D. ANAN1.As II. I.I'l"I'I.Ii'I'0N, Ph. D., C... P. A. GEUIIGE W. SANFORD, 4. M. CIIARLI-IS M. THOMPSON, Ph. D , LL. D. Nl EM BERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors RORERT J. ALDRICH RORERI' W. ANDERSON ROBERT T. BALL OIIRIN P. CA'1'L1N JAMES A. EATON V1M:EN'r D. FoR1'x5NA'1'O IRHM: G. ,IERSEN ELLIS E. POHLWIANN CIIARLES T. RICHARDS FRA NK I. RUNCIIETTI .IUSICPII M. THOMPSON GI-IOHGI-I F. Tsc:HAPPA'r Juniors JOEL G. DOLIHAN FR!-in R. ICISEMAN BRAUEORD IC. FIRE HARVEY B. FRITZE C. ROBERT CAUEN .ll l.IIfS A. IIOEFT FRED W. KASCH .xl'CUS'I' J. KOVIALSKI ERIC M. LARSON A. VERN PLL"XIfNIER FRANK B. POWERS IHYIN R. XVALENTA Sopllonmrvs FRANR E. FARROW S. ARLINGTON GEORGE DEAN S. KINQMAN Rvwwiown P. h1tIfiRllSKEY Nomus R. MCGOREN KIQNNI-I'l'II C. VIXHURNIQ Fresh 771671, YIQISIKRENCIE BANNON RICHARD IC. CAI ER I-I. ,IUIIN XICGOVSI-IN RICHARD I.. hIASON WfILFRI-IU W. IVIILLER ARTHITR V. PACE CHARLES H. POLLERSKY ROBERT J. STUMPF CHARLES C. SWIKLE CHARLES F. TUXHORN FA CULT Y JAMES J. DOI.AND, M. S., C. E. RAYMOND F. DVORAK, B. S., B. Mus. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors TWILLIAYXI J. FARRELL GEORGE T. GIBSON XXJILLIATNI HARTRANFT GEORGE F. HOUNDT LESTER J. KELLY JAMES A. LONG 1llA'l"l'lll-IW L. BICBRIDE Juniors HENRY J. HORAGEK RUSSELL M. PERSIIELL I'JAROI.D A. SMITH Sopliomores TIIOMAS J. BIRMINGHAM JOHN J. BRANDLIN ROBERT F. BURNS JOHN S. GILL F reshnzen JOSEPH D. CLOGIIESSY CIIARLES E. DALY JOSEPII T. JANA HARRY JARANOWSKI ROBERT W. LAYER GEORGE A. 0'CONNEl.I., JR. EUGENE F. WEI.T ER QAJQ fgahpa ML Founded-Lehigh University, 1919 :: Ten Active Chapters DELTA CHAPTER :: Established, 1923 :: 206 East Green Street Gill Gibson Brztndlin Dvorak Smith Burns Kelly Long Farrell Persliell Welter Hartranft 0'C0nIIell Jzuxa Blflllillgllfllll Huuudt Daly Layer .laranowski Page 391 ., 41' , f MW M1 FOIIIHIPKIA-N0I'I1lWPSt0I'Il lflxiversitv. 1915 zz SE'YQ"I1U"f'H A-Xvtive iflxaptr-rs 11E1.'1'A ff11LXP'1'1fR :: Established, 1923 :: 806 West Green Strewt Yun don Bm-rp.: Gl'1IllSUIl Holler Dart Hyde Newvomb Flureth Stover 1,9Illl1l'lg10!l Dippolml Kahl Liuellzxm Pays' JH.: F A C L' LTY HENRI J. VAN DEN BEM: Hrixrumm NPI1N'1,IlN1li, A. XI., Nl. ATC11., A. 1. A. MPIXIBERS IN LNIYI-IRSITY Sen iurs 111llUMAS P. DART Gummzrz E. Gu1x1soN Rm' J. HYDE ,10llN,1. L1M:nAN .luniura .I. Wzsmv 1'1I.0NE'lll II. .-XLUQN Ilo1.1,+:u Al1'l'll1'R R. STU! an SUIIIIIPIVIOVCS DAAIHI, 5. 11lI'l'UI.ll Krirulrl' Nl. l'ENNIA4rroN I'vft'SfIII1llI1 N11I.ANf1. KAHI. F A CU I .TY JOsI-1I'II L. BISI-LSI, B. S. W. LEICIITON COLI.INs, Nl. S. ARTIIIIR V. IIOIIIQIITON, A. M. LAITIENCE M. LAKSON, PII. D.. LL. D. FRANK F. RICI-IAR'r, M. S., 11.1- MEMBER5 IN l'NIYlfRSI'l'Y Seniors HOLF J. BEIII: ELIQIENE F. BONI1 ROBERT J. CRANI-LR RAYMOND K. FRIIARIJT FRANK D. LOW IIERIIERT C. NEI'Kl,AN BRINTNEL R. NPIW'l.ON, JR. RAYMOND J. 0'NEII.L MILTON J. ORCI'TT All-'Rl-LD H. PETSCIIKE JOIIN E. SIMPSON flE0llGE C, VAN CERPEN Juniors BRUCE A. BALDERSON BIIELL M. DFNCAN R. BIIRTON DU NYAI. GEORIQE A. ERIIELIQ MELVIN Ii. FRANKS EARL K. COPE RIJIIOLIIH J. HOIIAL CLII-'l-'ORD li. LA'lll'l.Ol1lH Soph 01110 res MILTON G. BERT: WvlI.l.lABI F. BORZIEN JOSEI-H B. LANTI-1RMAN KARL F. NIARTINITZ JUNIOR M. RUEIQNER WILLIAM W. SELLERS BIARTIN M. TITIIIAN FVCSIIHICVI ERLINL: K. BERT. KI-INNETII R. CHWAN HAROLD A. DAYIES HOWARII C. KAEIJINI: JOSEPH J. ixiAR'l'AN EDWARD C. MEIIAL JOSEPH W. B1lllALYl Al.Bl-IRT A. SELLERS BIIKTIIAEI. fl. ZAHIIARIAS A -wifi c- 4 wart I F-If-vgzixl J .'jr, I Y' ein .42 Foluzrlml-University of Illinois, 1924 .. Five Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER :: Estzlblisherl, 1924 :: 1105 South First Street Zaclmrizis Millzllyi Mcrlal Martzm CllVVil,Il K2lk'4llIlg A. Sellers Davivs li. Berg Nfflllllilll Rucfggcr M. Berg VV. Sellers Lilllleflllilll Bobzien B:IlIlersOII Mzirtinitz 0'Ncill Erbvvk Goff Hnugliton Collins Riclmrt Horlzll Du Vail Lzlmpluugli R. Berg I'1I'll3l'fll Pvtschke SiIIIpsOII NQNVIUII f'I'i'illl'l' BOIIfl Yun G4-rpcn Franks l,Ow Page 39 331931 has-sv! Qi is If 11 fs 1 , ,f.fi. 4.2. I-fx 3. .E ,, . . , if M 6 .film Mi 1501111t16tl'fI01lllll1l111 Uiliversity, 1910 1: '1'1Iirty-eight Avtive Chapters 1'SI llI'IA1JT1'1R :: Established, 1924 :: 105 East Armory Avenue I1'ICMZl1lLlll M. Battinus Cosneck 'l'nc'keI' Prim-e Still' Simon Moyer Newman Yutfe Katz H. Buttinus Meyz-rs Berkovitz Grossinan Kaufman Lipnnin Pitzele Reeder Barrush Prusterinain l.c-slvitt Ilerslnnan Turk Mitchell Paul Hukin Kuhn Rose Silver Michel Rutkin Canotf Warslicll Puhn Rosenthal Page 3514 GRADUATE STUDI' N I' LEON P. STAR MEMBI-IRS IN IQNIVICRSIIY Seniors IIIOKTON D. BATTINIKS BARNEY 11. COSNEUR SEYMOUR PRICE HAROLD F. TIIEIQER J Ll 71 fo rs ARTHUR J. KATZ STUART C. XII-LYER IRWIN H. NEWNIAN SYDNEY O. SIMON Sopli nm ores HAROLD IC. BATTINUS BERNARD B. Bl-LRKOVITZ EDWARD S. GROSSMAN SEYMOUR R. HERSIIMAN BIARYIN I. KAIIN IHVVIN W. KAIII-'AIAN IIAROLD S. LIIIIIAN MEIXIN B. T111-1Yl-LRF IIOBEKT I.. PITzEI.E BERNARD 1'. Y.-XFFE Fres hnzen HAROLD J. BARR.-XSH .IAMI-lS,1. fiANUI"F 1'IDW,.xRD R. HOKIN ARNOLD H. IIEAVITT NIELYIN H. NIICIIEI. IIALPII W. I1II'l'fIlIEl.I. .IACK li. PAUL SAUI. I.. IIUHN .1 ICIKOWIE B. PROS'l'liRMAN Nl,xNI'EL T. Rl-QIEIJER GAIL I. BOSE 11031-IRT H. ROSENTIIAL IRWIN B. RIITKIN BIILTON J. SILVI-IR ,1llI.II'S J. VIIURK I.l-151.11-I H. WARSIIELI. FAt1liLTY W1l.1.iAx1 ll. NRVENS, Ph. D. THONIAS H. OLIAIXI-Ill, Ph. D. GRADUATE STUDENTS GEORGE N. G11.KERsoN Gizoiuau K. Gill-ZEN MEMBERS IN LNIYICRSITY Seniors FRANK B. ANDERSON 01.1vigR BARRoN ICARI. R. Bi3NRD1c'1' RALPH K. Bern: .IAMRS S.c1ARl'l-QN'l'l1R lIAv11.AND A. CONNOLLY ROLAND B. DoUc1.Ass PERCY C. HARNDEN FRANK L. KoNoI-ASEK GEORGE H. DTACK RICHARD NI. RADL ROBERT N. WALLACE J Il n iors .loi1N W. .'x4flx1iR E. Ligsiiiz CRoxEN Roisiznr L. FOSTER STANLEY E. GRIMM Do1wALD RICHARDSON Sopfmmores j All ES C. FULTON Wi LLIAM F. WERNllE Fresfinzcn IIi:1,MU'rii D11-ITRICH 1i0llliR'l' W. D1TT1:s AR'rHL'R H. Dou:i.As ITARRY C. CRI!-IR ALI-'RED C. 1li:NN1NG C Q' NN f -Q, Q 0 X QAIZM M .4i!0lfl 1446 J Founder!-Tnterfraternity Conference, 1923 1: Seventeen Active Chapters DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER :: Established, 1923 :: 1010 South Third Street .... ...mi Harnflen Benedict Gilkerson Konopasok Radl Barron Wallace Mack Douglass Nevens Oliver Connolly Croxun Richardson Anderson Berg Griinin Wernle Dietrich Dittus Foster Acker Green Fulton Douglas Grier Henning Page 395 M 5 fw 4 M' V M H jeffd Wm l"11zlr14le'n1--lfxlixersity of 1fu1i1'm'11i:1. 1921 Ten gXc'tiw lllxuptvrs 151.5 fIH'KP'I'IiR 1: 1'1stulr1iS114-11. 1925 : 1212 Euft Cre-Bn Street i . Suulis-1' Oclhcrg' Liurlsuy I.. Ilrurlt Rust Rczzmku Bul1'hcrt Z1IlllIlC'l'IllilIlIl Mcvkvl' K rms Ii. Brmlt llzxmlley A. Brmlt Kzlmlnrils Ds-:ln Page 396' G11 XIlL'A'l'I-I STl'1'J1'1N'1'S km xml: W. NI1x.1.s v5'lI.I.I.-XXI T. Tm lj Nl EH B1-IRS IN l?NIY1iRS1'I'Y NUIIIUIIY ,luux H. l501,1'Hr:n'r XINRTIN P. CLA! MEN Almlx F. l.lAnsm' 16111. 01-zmsrgm. F. Emma Zm 'XI1-IIUIANN Juniors 1.PlUNAIiIl P. Buom' Wim.: ur VK. DEAN Suplmnmres Wu.1.l.u1 II. REX.-XNKA SmT'1' F. HOST PHILLH' Nl.Su"m1u Frmfl nz wz AIUIIN C. Baum' RmsEK'l' D. Bnum' Criomng F. H,xNm.r:Y JAMES C. KANlmAms 1m'lN W. Krauss Rf71iP1H'I' A. Mmzmzn I".-XIII ' I ,TY .IOIIN 'I'. CI:rssI:N1JoERFER. Ph. D lLIHIJI'.X'I'Ii S'I'L'DEN'I'S Krgxm-:rua I.. 'I'I31.1.r:EN I.r1uNAHlr W. 'I'11I.l.1QI:N INIICIXIIIICIIS IN UNIVERSITY S 0 71 fo rs Ihvln R. IIILRYIN w'II.I.I.-XXI A. III-II7'I'IxIE Chmuzrz 4. IIURlIII Fmzn W. III:l'1n:NI:R FIIIHIDI-IIKIVIQ I.I'l'S1IIfIIiI., JR. Ii1'ssr:l.r. B. I,AI'I.SOB INIHINIA I-I. S'1'EN1:I:l. IXIARTIN Ii. S'1'u1QFFH Ass IIHNRY ll. 'IIINIKIERXIAN RAI,I'II Ii. WAI.I.INE IYIAIKTIN ,l. ZI'lI'I'I-IH ,lunivrs Rumgm IJ. Jmozssox Cllfxlzmzs F. JUST Ifnwann 0. XXIITT Supfmnzores KAm.rg IJr1Wm.1f Fmzn Ii. IJVHKEH RIIHII-1R'l' .I. FICK ICIJIINIR Km1F'1'1Nc .lmnw R. SH:1NwAnT 1In.un.I:s H. S'1'r:1'nENRAUcH, JR. Ifmwug II. Yuan: CARI. A. Wrisus Criumzrz il. Yul'N1,sTRL'AI Frvs I1 m en ,Iuux W. ANILINIQ Illmmx ISAKKMIU limi:-LR P. LI1.nvL1R NUIUIAN S. EII.I'IH'I'SEN IIAR4n.n FI1III'I'Ii Gl's'l'Ax+: II. HIILZRICHTER INIAINIIII. A. IIHNAK liumgm' A. Kl.oc3KAU IIAnl.m' P. Moons GEURGI-I H. OLSHN J0nN K. Rover: AWQ IU1 " A E' 513 V IIIIIII'f 'lb .did 5 WLM Ji FllllIItfl'll'LIIIIVETSIIY of Hlinois. 1925 Six ACtiVe Chapters AI.I'IIA lIIIAP'I'IiR :: Established, 1925 :: 52 East Armory Avenue Cluver Klovkzxn Olsen Runge Krcfting Holtzrichter WVitt Vokuc K. Telleen I-'ick DeWoIf Dueker Steinwanrt YIIIIIIQISIYIIIII StIlCffIl2lSS I.. Tellcen Jost Stuebenrzmuch Jacobson Wears Stenge-I Hedtke Tinnnernmn IIm'ch Wznlline Zeiter Litsche-I Cervin Iinehener IIJIIIISUII Ueissendoerfer Page 397 5 I 1 Q22 .R QLQQ' A om-Qi, EQ. .QW 'lgsiwr 'V .M jeffd M: Founrled-College of the City of New York, 1910 :: Twenty-two Active Chapters PI CHAPTER :: Established, 1925 : 313 East John Street Judah Grossman S. Ornstein Lesser B. Ornstein Goldberg Rubenstein Pessin S. Porte Wasserman Lerner Shurcot Ginsburg Marcovitz Cohen J. Lieberman ' Penn Berlin M. Goodman D. Porte Light G. Goodman Epstein Sader R. Lieberman Page 398 FACULTY LEOPOLD N. JUDAII, M. D. GRADUATE STUDENTS HARRY I. RUISENSTEIN DAVID W. WASSERMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors BIELYIN A. GOLDBERG HERBERT W. GROSSMAN JACK P. LEIBERMAN SOL PORTE Juniors ARTHUR NIARCOVITZ BARRY M. ORNsTEIN SAM S. PESSIN Sophomores WILLIAM H. COHEN INIELVIN M. GOODMAN CHARLES .I. LERNER ADRAIIAM S. LESSER STANLEY ORNSTEIN WILLIANI V. PENN TNIELVIN SADER Freshmen IRVINC. B. BERLIN SANFORD A. EPSTEIN LAWRENCE E. GINSBURG GILBERT S. GOODMAN RAYMOND N. LIEDERMAN ALBERT S. LIGHT DAVID M. PORTE JOSEPII B. SHARCOT F X1ll'l.'l'Y S'1',xNl.1-LY I.. .lAm:s, A. H. f.Il.KllI.ES J. FFARK, B. 5. C li -KDE ATE STUD E N TS RALPH B. ,luxms ROY.-XT. L. S1rLFFr:m1AN FRANK Bl. S'lL'llliI.EFIEI.D , 'QEIEQQ Qi Q ,9' 'Q G' Y L, 9 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY L ,XL f Seniors Noxxmx F. ilmnmg DELMHU- lf, FIOCK I"0undc'rlfTriAState College, 1921 .. Niue Active Chapters FRANCIS R- INSKH' rim QJHAPWR IZ E.m1.1i.1m1, 1925 1: 405 Em John sm-em .JOHN F. KAIISAI. CHARLES Nl. LYUY WIl.1.I,ul .-X. RIT'1'r1u w'YIl.I.lAfXI B. XVIIITE .lun fum J 'XTAHH N A. HARN I so II JOHN S. NJYQCANNUN 1 J Amis H. NJ-XNSI-'lP1I.IJ I Soplmnmres RALPH F. JlAYwAx1m XX'YII,I.IAXl G. POTSTUCK CHAm.14:S J. WAI.'l'lCRS 1'Jl'tfS,LII1l'H. J. Rouum' ARND1' NICHOLAS H. FLIYYEHAS .Xrnmlt BIZHJICNYSUII Fluycrnx Nlarshull Potatuvk I'l2lXN'2l1'll Ruho Nlzmstiulnl J- FHANIXHN NIARSJIAIIL Sietfermzul Starr Filson .JUIIICS Young.: l'l'f8l'SlHl Cumlvrs lnskip CHAHHLS M-4'l'ill'lUF0N I'I2lI'lliSl'Jl Kauml Clarke srunblvriolu vimfk Riiier .mm-5 CIIARIJ-ZS I.. RAB!-1 NICCQLIIIIUII Lydy VVz1llers YVhite XVJIJUIUY Pu yrf .ifrff 7 .f"'f ? Lf.. .,.. -4 ,: gg:-v--Q -.-as :- "-' ii gjnvxn Xflgfdgli vi in N -flaw' az' I'ifIlLHlI!'fl7xliLiIIli University, 1921 1: Sefven Active lllizipters DifI,'l':X CH NP'I'l'1R :: Hflalilislied, 1926 :: 307 East john SIN:-1 Huheisc-I Lai limi l'Ickfa-ld Mattux Cnuper Cheney Russ-hruuk Johnson Fenton Liinlehorg fluebel Rcmn D. Hein Selriun Nyshflli VV. Hein Adzinis Mclianii Erickson Pngrf ,400 F.-X Cl'I.'I'Y Wi ' LI.1.u1 lf. llmiulsizl., X 'VI Nnnxmx T. NIA'I"l'0X. A B IJUNALU D. UT'l'i11n:A1:K. N1 3 MEMBERS IN VNIYERNI FX Sun inrs HOWARD M. CHENEY liARHY A. lloom-LR IJ4uNA1.n K. l':CliI-'I-QLD Bizmm. li. ,lmmsuw Ciiunmeii H. LA Rm Rniamri' G. l.lNui:m,mc Nommx J. livin: Juniors Luris ll. Conical. Di uwuun U. Hmx .q011,lO77l0l'CS 'l'iioMAs I.. I-'izxrnx lJui'c1.As E. liosizinioolc Frvs 11 m vu Ylxmiizm' W. HRIHQSON W.-x1.'1'igR H. HHN lIimR1.i:s F. NICLLANN WVARREN 0. NYs'1'i:n'r WILSON J. SHLDON GRfXIJl'.X'l'I-I STLADEN'l'5 YWILIJAXI Nl. H1IRmvI'I'x BIILTON I.. KIIIIN THIIIIIIUIIII .l. XVANIQ Nl EXIBIE RS IN VNIYEHSITY St'I1i0lA LEONAIIII NI . RAFFEIII Jllflftllli BENJAMIN -X. ILIINLII JACK MAH LEON SI1LII:soN WII.LI,A3l S, SIl.III:IIIaI:Iu: SIIIJIIUIPIUTCS .IusI:I'II S. ClI:RIzI:R IIARUIIID Il. ,lmzons Lorls I,. LAIIIII ALLEN J. N1A'I'I:NIcY JACK Nl'SINliSX' Rm' 12. WI:INs'I'EIN l"r1's la nz EIL LUI IS A. :XII-U15 l,IrIARI.I1s ll. BLEXIJER SIDNEY GIIIILN liERllER'l' K. NELSON BIORTUN Slmms 'ff QI ," -.x,g.L. ., . ,A ,. f - 0 05 I QA gffwwr d Founzlwl-L'IIIversity of Illinois 1925 :: one Amive iflmpter 810 South Third Street Nelson Wang: Weinstein Gerber Nusinow SUIIHSIIII Mutcnky .lambs Rnffelrl Kuhn Lslpiml Lerner BICIIIICI' Adxuns Matz Simons Gurcn Silberberg Ijlllill' ,ju I f W , Y V, 4 V , Q. I A ' . f 'vm .,, V,,. .4 K, ' we Phu- Z 1446 d Foumlmlflfiiiversity of Blichigan, 1914 :: Forty-one Active Chapters ALPHA ALPHA IIILXPTER :: Estulnlislied, 1927 :: 112 East John Street Ferguson Petz Rosandcr Frick Merrick Forrest Sabin Lattu Fleming L. Mason Feiger Eberle Golrlsworthy R. Mason Sweat Middleton Brolidns Holt Hztnafin Loveless Riggle Page 402 FACULTY HAROLD W. UOLT, A. B LL D S. J. D. M EMBE RS IN LNIV1' RSITY Sffniors STEPHEN E. BRONDAS FRANK P. HANAFIN GEORGE W. LOVELESS LONDON C. NIIDDLETON Juniors PAUL T. RIGGLE lli-LRALD L. SWEAT Freshmen WESLEY E. I-IRERLE FRANCIS S. FEIGER NOBLE L. FERGUSON NIILO J. FLI-INIING ROBERT E. FORREST .l. WALLACE FRLCK BOYD F. COI.llSWUR'l'l1Y ,IOHN D. LA'1"rA Louis L. BIASON RAY W. NIASUN ICIJWIN W. B1liRRICK HENRY X. PE'1'z .IOIIN L. POOLE BERTIL T. ROSANDER CHARLES B. SABIN '75 GRADUATE S'I'UDEN'l'S ANTON FASSERO EIIGENE B. BIACCONO MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors PETER J. AIMONI-I LEO J. PALUMBO Al,IlER'I' A. BOLANDO FRANK SANTARELLI ANTHONY F. SI-IRRITELLA Juniors l'Ai'l, A. ALTIER AN'lIlIJNY L. GHIZZAEEI 111.-KL'RICE PACENIA C11-IORGE J. POPE O5wA1.n D. VESPA ALI-'ONSO VETERANE Sopfzomores JOSEPH C. FERINA CHARLES D. GAIIDIO ANTHONY C. SAMMIS Freshmen JOHN B. BERTOGLIO JOHN D. BERTOGLIO ELMO S. BERUTT1 ERVING BERUTTI NICHOLAS CORROZZA EMI-IRICK PINTAR JOSEPH KI. SARVELLO jeffd Mg gl! A.. Founfled-Lfniversity of Illinois, 1931 : One Active Chapter ALPHA CHAPTER 1: 1003 Wfwt Green Street IYIQILTOIIO Pope Szuumis Pzicentai Gaudio Grizzafii Altier Aimone Fassero Rolando Vespa J. B. Bertoglio Veternne Palumbo Szmtnrelli Ferina Serritella H. S. Berutti Corrozza J. D. Bertoglio Survello Pintar E. Berutti Page 403 H O F fm' 1: XYO5 SK QX QI ,xx Mfg, an f O ' WW ' af ROR Yxwmrw Page 406 Index of Social Sororities Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi . Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Gamma Delta . Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi . Alpha Xi Delta . Beta Phi Alpha . Beta Sigma Omicron . Bethany Circle . Chip Omega . Davenport House . Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Zeta . Gamma Phi Beta . Kappa Alpha Theta . Kappa Delta . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Phi Mu . Phi Omega Pi Phi Sigma Sigma Pi Beta Phi . Sigma 'Delta .Tau . Sigma Kappa Theta Phi Alpha . Theta Upsilon . . West Residence Hall . Women7s Residence Hall . Zeta Tau Alpha . . 411 418 422 420 416 427 413 429 433 435 412 434 423 414 424 419 408 430 410 425 417 431 409 432 415 421 428 436 437 426 Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Theta Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Umicron Pi Pan-Hellenic Council OFFICERS LA JUNE F. Nl1:IN'1'Ym5 . . . . PAVLA O.Zi:1'l'xR . . JANi:'1' M. CAm'1n:L1. Beta Sigma Omicrvn B2ll'l7ilF3 F. Kite Helen T, McGill Alpha Delta Pi Chi Omega Maxine ll. Porter Catherine M. Palzlndeclm Della Delta Delta Kzltllryn G. Hansen Janet A. Brown Delta Gamma Fredericku F. S2lIl'liSCll Jean Bull Alpha Gamma Della Delta Zeta Clmrlotte E. Warren Hazel BI. Hoyle Gamma Phi Beta Janet I.. Creutz Frances M. Horner Alpha Phi Kappa Alpha Theta 0. Rosemary Barnes Elizabeth XV. Pruvine Kappa Delta Janet M. Campbell Alpha Xi Della Annette I.. Fleischbein Kappa Kappa Gamma xvlllldil A. 'I'ny!or Bala Pl1i Alpha Lenore Sl'll2lI'SClll1g Zciter Mclntyre . 1,l'G.'il-110111 . Vive-Prvsitlmt Secretary-Tr'v1lsar'ar' Phi Mu KJltilI'B'll M. S:uuhncyer Phi Omega Pi Maury NI. Bal rker Phi Sigrna Sigma Rln-:l Davis Pi Bala Phi Julia 0. Mzlcplmersflll Slvglllll Della Tau Ruth A. Levy Sigma Kappa I-Zlizuhetlx Blurxlm-k Theta Phi .4lpha Kzlfhvrine Gullings Thvta Upsilun Genevieve M. Shepunck Zvta Tau Alpha I-Ldythe IC. Lund r Campbell Page 407 W' 5225 f . lr 'Q 0 ns. 5' N , , ffl -, YV, J, U tina., ,r Yi. I J I l 451 X . A f anyone G!! An QAM Fnluzrlml-liePunw lniwrsity. IHTO gg Sixty-two Avlivc ljllziptels J DI-1l,'l'.-X lQH.4l"l'l'1H :: lfslulrlislxvcl. H595 1: hll lfusi Dunif-l Street Carpenter Conklin Cooper S1'lllllUCQ.Z0l' llhnn Frank Cllilcntt SJll'L'0Zlllf VVIITTCII Agnew Schulz Large Penwell l'. Martin l"Oley Byers 110:11 ML-rriann fillflllliill Nlzu-Grcgrnr Grunt llrcnton Rose R. Eisner Gnllett I'riestl0y Gun Johnson l'cIwn:Ill Ill'2lll Atkinson Arnnlrl VYilsnn McNuTt Ilxlilftlll Scholl llill l-'Oster Grussurlll WI-stplml llzwclcr linssvll Koehler ATIIISXTOIIQJ Puriur Pagv 408 FA CU I.'l'Y S'I'I1LI.A Nl. HAIQIIE, Ph. D. b'l'lil,l.A R. l7l-IINIIVAI., B. Mus. 1:AlU7l.IfNlE F. 'l'III'I'ER, Ph. U. NIICNIBEIRS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Nl -Xli.l0Rll-Q J. BAEDER .JANI-fl' li. l-IISNER K,-X'llIlARllNli li. FOSTER SARAII J. Fl'I.'1'ON NI. I.l'lIll.l.l-I GRUSSARTH NlARY Nl. HILI, NIARIQARET W. JONES llI"I'II Nl. NlAR'l'lN FRA NIQES PORTER FfI.IzAIIE'I'II W. PROVINE ELLEN D. Xxl-IS'l'l'llAl. Juniors J EAN .-X ll Nl STRUNC Xl. KA'lJIlI.l-ZEN ARNOLD RI"I'II H. f1ULll'liH xlAR'I'H-X DEAN l'll.IZAliE'l Il J. CAA .II l.lA l.. llI'I.I.E'I"I' YIIIIQINIA li. JOIINSON fj1.RUl.YN KINIIIALL JEAN I':.Klll1lll.P1R ROsAxIONn Pl-INWI-1l.L RI 'l'll Nl. IIOWNALL KAI' E W. Plill-IS'l'LEY lllEl.k1N I.. liI'ssELL l'A'I'RI4:IA SARIQEANT YIIHJINIA Nl. SAYAIVI-I lJURO'l'llY SIIIIUIJ. Snplmnmres XIARY B. ATKINSON GIENEVIEYI-L AIIER .IANI-I E. BRENION JVNE CARI'EN'I'ER li. JVlARCEl.l.A CLIFFORD ALICE I. DEAL E. REGINA EISNER lVlll.IlRED A. FISHER JXIARIUN FRANK ISAREI. A. GODMAN JWARY A. GRANT JXIAHCARHTC1. MACCRECOR ELIZABI-I'l'H D. NIERRIAM .IANE M. ROSE KATIIERINE SQIIMOECER Bl-j'l"l'Y J. WARREN ELINOR M. WILSON Freshlnen CAROLYN J. AGNI-QW llORO'l'HY H. Ruin BlfL'l"l'Y A. BYERS JANE I.. CI-IILCOTT lll-LLEN K. CONKLIN DOROTHY J. FOLEY RI"l'll E. LARGE BE'I"I'Y J. lxll1Nll'l"l' PA'I"I'IE J. 'NIARTIN KAIIIERINE Sc1nIILz FACULTY M. LI-IE ETIIEREDGE, NLD., IJ.I'. Ii. F AVILLA K. GARYER, B. L. IXIAIKIA LEONARD, A. BI. NI-II.I.l-1 Nl. SIGNOR, B. I.. S. IiI"I'II A. WYARIJALI., A. NI. MEMBERS IN LfNIYIiIISI'l'Y S en, io rs JEAN BRICCLI-I INIIKIAM BUGHHOLZ ICLEANOR EVANS FLORENCE FIEER G. ICI.IZABE'l'H FORD G. JI:NE GALE DIARY C. I-IENLEY ERCILIA M. KILER RIITII LAWYER KATIIRYN E. LElfTWII.I1R JnI.IA O. IVIACRI-IERSON VIRGINIA F. SANDIRERG IYIARY T. STUART XVILLA BI. VAN P1i'I"I'EN .I ANE R. VIIIIITLEY Juniors DRINILLA ADEN IJOROTHY J. CARSON NIARY J. CIIANDLER IVIARGARET A. CURTIS M ARGARIZT R. ICIIERI' VIRGINIA B. FISIIIIAGIQ IXIARY A. HEWiTT ICLEANOR KEITH I'Il-lI.l-LN J. NORRIS AIARY M. OLDHANI IIARRIET KI. PEEL III-LRNICH E. POPP IELSIE Y. RINEARSON ICTIIEI. M. SCOTLAND INIAIICARET L. SMITH IIAVONNE E. TAYLOR ANNETTE BI. WIOLFRANI Soplzonmrcs ANN NI. AVERY ICSTIIER DIXON J I-IANNI-L A.FA1RRAIRN LORETTA E. FOELLINILI-IR IXIAHY A. GALE HELEN A. KEAN AMY T. PLOGHNIAN I-IANNA E.PoNA1'II ALICE M. RODGERS AIARY W. SKINNER RIi'I'II J. WIOODWARD Fresh men NANCY BRANYAN CIIRISTINE BUGHHOLZ ELIZABETH H. BURKLIINID RUTH E. COGDAI, GLORIA CRAWFORD AIAYO J. DAZZEY ELIZARETH M. FRIEND NIVRI1-IL A. GATES .JANE E. HADDEN BIi'l"I'Y L. HARBERS AIARGARET I. HUf1KINS ELOISE IRELAND IVIARIAN KENNICOTT GENEVIEVE G. LEWIS NIOLLY R. OWEN FAY I. SIJLLIVAN 15 'I .4 . .. .. .H , A gw m FOUIIl1t't1fNIOIlIll0lIIIl COIIege, ISOT :: SPYCIIIQ'-FIX Active Chapters ZETA CII.-XI"I'I'1H 1: I'fstaIIIiShed, 1895 :: 1005 South VVrigI1t Street Fuirlmirii Brunyun Huckins Bnrklund Ireland Gates Crnwforcl Ilurbcrs Lewis Sullivan C. Ihivliholz Hadden Cogflal Dnzzcy Rodgers Skinner Foellinger M. if-:Ile Dixon Plocliman Avery Kean WVOOCIWIITII Ponntll Peel Owen Kennicott Xvfblffillll Taylor Aden Slnith Norris Hewitt RiII0:IrsOII Curtis I-'ishhack Keith Popp Clmndler BI. Bnchlxolz Kiler Evans Lawyer Fifer NI:Ic'I'lI0rson Ford Leutwiler J. Gale Van Pctten Stuart Brigrgfe Sanrlberg VVhitIey Page 409 L A sr: Foumlwl4Monmouth College, 1870 :: :. Seventy Active Chapters BETA LAMBDA ffHAl"l'I'fR :: Estublislled, 1899 2: 1102 South Lincoln Avenue Bort Coughenour Fisher Ziegler Pershull Rich A. Allen Wells McKinlay Ruth Fischer lmldus Wilson Parker Kirchner Bischoff Putnam Riley Wilkinson Burnham Skillman Cutter Grether Byers Clements Keusink Ash Hamilton Mathias Matthews Steele Carnzzlutn linker Rasmussen L. Scliimller Harman Best D. Allen Heinzelman Taylor Nelson C. Schindler Strauch Granger McKee Page 410 FA! IULTY IIARRIET T. llAxR1'u, A. M. KATHRYN Y. X. BVHNS, A. M. MEMBE KS IN UNlVEliSi'l'Y Swzinrs DARLEEN A. AI.l.l-QN VIRGINIA F. BLsT BARBARA M. GHANGER EDITH Hl1lNZl1I.NlAN AIARY I.. NPIIYSUN AI.CIIRlS'I'lNl-151HINDLER BARBARA R. S'l'RAL'Cll WIANIJA A. 'l'AYl.oR fzuziors ANNE Asn M. ELIZAISI-I'I'll CRl:I'l'llER HELEN ,l. IIARMAN VIRGINIA M. KEUSINK DOROTHY I.. KlRl'IHNER AIAKGERY li. MCKEE AIARY E. AlA'l'lll-XS MARY J. NlA'l"l'llEWS RUTH IC. PIITNA xi AlAR.l0Rll-1C.S'I'l'1lEl.E Snplmmores BEVERLY B. BAKER BARBARA P. BISEHQEF l'ATTI BFRNIIANI SARAH li. CARNAHAN CHARl.0'l"l'l-I ll. Cl.l-IMENTS BARBARA CU'l"l'ER ADAIR IlAMll.'l'UN .1 OSEPIIINI-I L. RASMITSSEN LOUISE M. SCIIINDLER ELLEN I.. SKILLWIAN CONSTANCI-I l. WILKINSON Fresh men .ANGELINI-I M. ALLEN ELSIE M. BALIJUS ELEANOR M. BURT AIARJORIE .l. BYERS llARR1ET M. COIJCIIENOUR El.lZAlili'l'll H. F1sc:HER l':l.lZAlili'l'lI B. FISHER CLARAIII-II.l.E ATIIKINLAY DOROTHY ll. PARKER K.ROlil-1li'l'A PICRSI-lAI.l. Al,-XRIUX .I. Ruin NANCY F. RILEY BARBARA RUTH .IANE E. Wl4Il.l.S MARY Wn.sox Al.-XRGARET S. ZH-jl.LER FACULTY l:AllRl-1'I'A H. BINEY, PII. ll. IBOHLI-15 ll. S'I'I"I'zxIAN, A. M. MEMBERS IN UNlVFRSl'I'Y Seniors BIARY I.. BOIIEN .ALlCl-I CAAII'IsEI.L AUGUSTA I. COHZINE MARY T. FLANNIGAN BARIIARA J. HARRIS Bli'l"l'Y flA'l"l'UN ELIzARE'I'II llmIANN JRENE OEIIMRE BIARION M. PI.AMI5EcK BARBARA F. RICE VIRGINIA A. THENT E. liL5'I'II 'l'I"I'IIII.L Juniors MARY A. ARNOLD BIAHY M. AVEY JULIA F. BARNEVI' JANE BECK G. BETTY fiUI,l,lNS GWENIIOLYN DAVIS Bl-l'l"l'Y DENISON .JEAN L. FI'I'zI:ERAI.D VIRGINIA HINIIAIAN XIARIE F. JOIINSON NlARJOKllr1l,liMl'Kl-I M. MAXINE BICYALCH JUNE F. PARSONS DOROTIIY L. POOR KIAHY E. HADEBAITCIII J.-XNli'l' M. STRONG 5UplItII7l0l'ES 5IAll.IOllIl:I F. BA'I"I'EY ROIIERTA B. ELVIS DOROTIIY M. GARRE'I"I' PIIYI.I.Is M. GRANT TIIEIAIA G. J OIINSON M. JAN E iMCGIlIGAN LOUISE M. I'A'I'EI.sK1 BI5'r'I'Y L. TIIOAIAS Frcslznzen SUZANNI-L BIERY BIARJORIE J. C01-LMBEL ELIZARETII H. HIATT ROSEMARY llIA'I"I' FANNY L. JONEs F. JANE BIOUKE KIARIAN J. BIUREN BIAHY E. NIKIOLL BIARIAN H. l'oR'I'ER JANE A. RILEY JEAN B. SIAIARFENBERG ,.i.R- A QD Ig' G - l r .711 I. CA. 0... . Fl?ll7ll1L'41'DCP3l1M' LfIIiveI'sity, 1885 :: Fifty-seven Active llhupters IOTA CIIAPTFB zz Fslalvlislied, H399 zz 904 South I,llll'0lll Avenue Y 11- RSTIII-LK S'l'lT'l"l'I.E Riley Moore Stuttlc Svlmrfexiberg li. llizxlt Moren Wray l-Lliizitt Goenihel llicry XVallace LOUISE TRIMBLE Lempke Blljfilllgilll 'l'lIOIII:Is Buttey Garrett Grant Patelski Beck Strong l'OI'tcI' Jones Nicoll .ll-IROMA W.Al.I.AlIE Barnett llzlclchalugll Davis Avey Fitzgerald Arnold Poor Jolmson l':IrsOns Denisun Illlllllllllll Collins ISABI-1LR.XWRAY Oehmkc 'I'utlIil1 HOI1lllllll Caunpbell Flillllllgllll l'lIIIIIback Tfellt Rice Harris Hutton Bowen Corzine Page .4 Ski' , 'iv' Qi' 2,122 if Z-.V CQ Um Q l'nz11z4lwf-IYlliwrsity of 'XI'kL1Il5L1F. 18115 1: Figxhty-lliue :Xvtiw fflmptefrf UHICRON f.Il'XI"l'FH :: Fstublishf-ml, 1900 1: QUT South Vfrigzht Str:-vt Inlom- f41ll'lSUll Ii.NIurclm"k l...X1I:1ms Lnkc Hl'll1'lCl'SllIl Pllfllillll li:xyI.:u'kin Alcxumlur Faxlrlwell Mudge Rzuulull l'fcfT'er Plummer Dru-is Vance White M.I.:lrkiu I..NI:1lonQ Hcizl I,yHc F.A11zu11s I.Nlurmlum-k Ilultuu '1'wy1n:u1 Blum Groit' Bmndt Lofts K. H. Lamkin l'r1ln"'ur NI Xllwm Priya' fl! II8SSClSl'llNVk'l'lH s Flvuljc liubyl'zu'1'isl1 l':nl:uuIn-vh l':1ylur GGIIIOII l.uug:wu1'th Gray Bruum-r F XIII l.'I'Y 1.01151-1I.lA P. lxr11.1.m'. Ph. D. illhxlclssa RIN xmin. Ph. D. MP1 Xl BE RS IN VNIVERSITN .g1'flfHl'S NIA111-LIJML ,l. 'XII-XNIS FRu4.r1s f.Al.IlNH-1I.l. EDNA XI.l"l.r1x'1'.lx-: ,IOSEIWIINI-Il'1.U.kl lax EuNr:s'1'lm1 B. K14:1.1.m JANHH I.u1wwmc'1'u C,A'1'1lr3xlM1 Nl. l'Al.ANuE4,:H YIRKLINIA NI. I'Alm1su Rmafgu A F. Run' xI1'lk'l'Hf R. I n'l.uH fun inrs Luis J. :Km us F1.1srgR'lA .l. -XI.:-px xNnER PrlYl.l.1s F. Crux' f:A'l'HI-IRINIC lhiswr:l.s4'mvERD'r SVNNY KP1NNI41llX' Nl.-XKlll'I'1Kl'lkli IAHIQIN EDl'l'H l.Y'rl,1a Duxnvm' NI.-XIAJNIC E1,1xAu1-1'1'u Nllvlummix lim ANI-1I.l. NI: nlmvlq Snplmnmres FI.um:Nm'ls I. huns D0Rll'I'IlYl'1.BlClTNNl'1R LEOLA M. CARLSLIN E1.x-LANUR V. FHZIMQER DOROTIIY Gum!" L01sI. Hmm. AIIJEI-.N I. l'lr11.'rnN ,Ir'I.I,x XI. I.uc1-1 FRAN4:L1s C. NIVDM: NIARIANNI-I ll. l'H1FFER Domrrnv 'X1.RANnALL Lors K. W'm'1'+: 1"r4'sf1 rn rn DoRo'1'uY F.B1,1'u NIARY F. BR.-XFXITI' XlAr:'l'uA H. BIMIIIHRSON HEIJ-1Nllm1ls EI.1zAm:'l'1l N. ,l.-x wus Cn' IAKIQIX G1:xul,n1N1-: II. I..-XRKIN N1ARYJ.I,H'I"I'S I.0l'1sr1Nl,x1,oNr: YIRGINI-XPI.I'NlRIP1Ii Dmus Nl.P1"1'N.u1 XIARGAHI-71' I.. 'IVWYXIAN C,-Xll. NI.Yw41r: MICNIBICKS IN I'NIYERSI'I'Y Svrziurx Ilmurrm' I. Iimwlm I'Il.I-I,-XNUK N. IJI'N'I'HNI.-KN I'IIlI'I'Il Ii. fIII.S'I'1dIi I,II,I.lAN II. 1111.51 me BI-1'I"I'Y I.tl1.m5 I.u,l.1,xx II. .l:xu,1-Jn BI-IIKNHII-I If. ,IuK1s1 II lil nu IC. Iinnlnu YI-inx X. Kunz Ihnus A. I..xM1 III.-KRLAIII-L'l' I..NI1:1Lmm' IJmm'1'HY I-I.01.1w:n I'IIII.I'IN R. I'lr1uSum I7mm'1'HY NI. I"0xmrl' III 'x II Ii. Ii YI IIFHI NIun'H.Sx111'H fun iulxs .In xx I.. II.xl'rgK'l'ux ,lusrcvnlxri I.. 4,IA'1'lu'AH'1' I-'mm'usII.IH1.Fs'1auxn Ax NK'l"IkI'1 I.. I'II.I-IISIIIIISEIA NI,xn.mRu1 IC, I-IAMX Y1m.1A1A II. IIVFF .IANIA1 K. KIIXIXIEIIUW Rui NI. Nmsox YIHLINIA NI.R1m:l.l. SYLNIA R. VAl.1mA4:xu'1' I'.1.xuR Ix. XX lr:4.l1r1m' SlIlIlIONl1ll't'S jmx II. FI:nnE INIII.IDREDII.51'IESNl.-KN I..IIumR1.m"1'r:S'r1'x14EL I"I't'S1l mm: JAM-1'l' Nl.Bwr1.12R GHu1I:II..IHIINSUN fxlfl,-X G. .lmxlscill INIANY I.. I.YuNs A1401 NIEHIIIFIEI.ID Ex I-1l,YN I.. XIVHPIH' Vrzmu I. I'x'I"1'Eus4nN Jmx S.5m11nxRn CII.Ill-LRTA S'1'.xNl.m' XKIINII-'RIGID Ii.YA1.mm:HT ' - 'W ' 'M ...M .,. I .elf Aa X, jean umlwl f-I.0r11Imu1'd liollf-ge. I893 1: I"IIty-fmlr Active Clmptn-rs KXPIFX lfIIAI"I'I'fH 2: Iistzxlnlislmd. I005 2: TI5 Wvvst IXIICIIIQILIII Strevt ,x.JllIiISl'Il W.Y:nIIn':u-Int Siunkel Nlurplny f42lIJCl'IlHl I.ynns Slwpzxnl sVIk'l'IIk'l'I Nm-Isxm .lnlumm lilow I-'cmlxlo PIII-4fI'?1Il1I Hunk KllIllIllt'I'UNY Spicxmun I-'leiwhlwin Butler' Ilutf fIJlIIlL'2lI'I S. Ysllhrzu-lut KI'!llllk'l' lizltherl I.:nmI Ilunlumun Kriz lllmloll Jaeger Oliver Buyml Ii. .lokisx-I1 I.. llileh-1' NlcU1':14Iy l'uirnt Ii. Iiilelu l'vr4qw ? YVYV -Y Y . 4 Q l ' Xifl1 lf1flJf1fL5if F0llllll6't1f Lewis Institute. IST4 2: Forty-eight Avtive Chapters IOTA tIHAP'l'lill 2: E!4lilJPJl!4Jll'lJ, 1906 :: 804 South Mathews Street . I M' It Q +5 Q-S Hill Tuttle ltuub Arbucrkle G. Bull 0'Neill .I.SeLllllLlll Mc-ldvoy Buifington Stanton Kunz Sharp llmdley Morse Manor-k Germain Borclizirrlt Moore Rathbone Hickox Flora White Ball Crotford Kahler Pohl Steiner Danloy Western Smith Askren Peter Davis Stone Madden H1ll'NX'l Kzlar Ilulirlny Schim-ht Stziiidnrcl J.Bull Burdick H.S02llll2lll Francis Stuttle gn ,414 IQ. .. ff' ,vw .,,,i'E. Q fe' we Q25 FAl,IlfLTY Alfl'-X C. SAVNIII-:IIs, A. M. MICVXIBHIQS IN l NIYICRSITY Seniurs JEAN BI'I.I, MAIIY BIIIIIIIIQIQ M ,xIIc:o'I' Fiumils LI'm:Y E. IIARIII 1iAllltlE'l'I':.H1llIllDAY Rl"I'II F. Hlfl1Kl'1'I"l' FILXNCI-IS I.. KAAIK liI.IzAI4E'I'II H. SI:III4iII'r HI-1NlilE'I"I'.-X SEA xIAN IloIIo'I'IIY X. S'I',xNIJAIIII DoIIoTIIY li. S'I'I:'I"I'I.E jll71l.Ul'S XlAllGARl1'l' F. ASKREN IMIIEI. Il. IJANIIIQY VIVIAN D. PE'I'I-:II M.-un' Ll.S1II'I'II DoIIo'I'IIY M. S'l'EINliR Sill-2ll.A S'I'oNI: IIAIIOL vVliS'l'l-IRN Supfmlnures DoIIoTIIY J. BUIUIHAKDI' IJoIIo'IIIY DM IS 11. JANE FLORA MAIIY E. Gum UN JII.IxNNE'I"I'E L. IIIILKOX M.xIIoARI1'I' M. KAI-ILEII M,xIIuAIII-:'I' l. M IKIDDEN DoIIo'I'IIY Y. M.xNoCI4 Es'I'IIER li. MooIIE .XIIEEE D. I'oHI. llIcI.EIv B. RAI'IIIsoNE Fresh men Bli'l"l'Y L. ARBIII:I4I.E MAIIY D. BALI, NAIIY E. BRADLEY Rlf'l'lI A. Blfl-'FINLZTON GI:oIIoIAI.EE BuI.I, JANN L. LIROFI-'Ullll SIIIIILEY E. HILL ANNAIIAIIIE Kunz JE.-xx C. M4:EvoY LIIIIIISTIA E M. AJORSE RosE3IARY 0'NEILI. NIARGERY li. RAIIII JANE SEMIAN NIARJORIE M. SHARP BI.-KRION P. STANTON BAIIIIARA F. 'I'II'I"I'I.E IIARRII-IT B. WHITE FACULTY FANNIE M. BRooI:s, A. B., R. N. JIIRE B. IIOUCIIIENS, A. M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors BIARION DIIIIIQE HIYIII E. HfN'I'EH VIRGINIA .l0IINs'mN HELEN J. I,US'I'ILR EI.IzAIIET1I A. MRM M.EI.IzAIIETIIM1IRI1oL:K DoRo'I'IIY M. NURMANIIIN HIARTIIA I., PORTER HARRIET M. REESEII VIRGINIA Nl. SoI.oxI0N HELEN S. SvII.uw VIoLE'I' A. WEIIII .-XIIA M. XVYNIAY fun iorx Ii. JANE ILARRISON LOUISE H. HEIIJHI'I:s EI.IzAIIE'I'II M. RUNKEI, NIARY E. RUSKAIIII M. ELEANOR ST. CERNIAIN Soplmllmres INIARION V. C0RI,Iss .ll-LWEI. E. HOITIIEK l'I,aRoI.INE B. HUEY M. JI2ANE'I"I'E TOMLIN Fl't'.Y1lI7It'H ALYILE E. KLOOS KIARY J. PABST e'i'e an X Q ae, gig me .QEQQQQQI-. o L 144,51 Founder!-Colby College, 187-1 :: Forty-tive Active LJIIHPIEYS THETA CHAPTER :: Eitalulished, 1906 1: 1116 Wvest Nvvadu Street Hunter Iluucek NoI'III:IIIdiII Kunkel Porter Huey JUllllStlIIl Km-Gsm' Hviclhuos Luster Il:II'1'isoII St. U-erIII:IiII XVebh S0!oIIIuII Dodge Mraz Bill l'Kl0l'k XVyIIIzIII Curliss 'l'uIIIliII Kloos Pabst Ruskzluxp Page .4 4Q',f ek' M , , Jim. Qs .:'i9r!G..v,a- 2-1:11 Q rf? .K ,Q il! Aa UlfIfLLC'ZZ0lfL L l'1UUIll1C!l7BLlI'llilfd Collegv. 1897 :: Forty-four Avtive Chapters 101.-X iIHA1'T1fR :: Estublislfletl, 1911 1: T04 South Maths-ws Street Dolcll DuVz1l NIEISSIIIGIII VYilson C. Cook Ycttor Bukvr Mc-I.9:ln Vain Gcrpcn Calvin Fowler Gougxlcr Lang Rothwell liramlucy Mollmzm Petri Curtis Patterson Kreim llsmlerson liclwzinls liziult Uvvrturf Hoehn 1xllXfEl1i16 Gruliuin Murphy Brunswick Draxgoo Ferguson lhcal xI0lS12l1lIl llerrymam IJ. Cook Nlctilnclc Davis Courtrigrlit lllutt Littlejolm Potts McCord Frcutz Lent' Engrlisli Ross llolnlen Bzlirstow Prryr' ill! F.'XLll'I,'1'Y 1.013151-1 M. XVUUDHIIUFI-Q, B. P. Oli.-XIJTQXTIC S'l'LlIDEN'l' lfmxcizs f1lD'l'Tlil1LI. NIEXIBICRS IN 14N1Y1fR51'1'Y Seniors X lm:11Nl.x I3 xlHs'l'oxx IJ. llizmisig BI.m'r'1' llic'1'n M. Bo111.i:N .I ANNIE li. 1 10NllAll .lfxmrr l.. 1.Illil'l'Z limit lf. IiMQi.1sH 11EliX'lC Liimt 11A'I'Ill-LRINE H. Mutlomm X1Il.llllEll ll. Momusow 11AlililEl.I.l-I 15. 11lVl"I'S 1lIi'i"1'Y Koss I un iors 11,-Xli.l0liIli lf. Hiznuvxmx 11ORlVl'1lY li1:1'Nsm4'1x 110lill'l'llY ll. C0014 .liin li. llmtzoo 11l"l'Il ,-X. Fiiucrsox KA'l'lmYN M. GRAHAM KATIIRYN W. 11l'X'l'AliI.l-1 lms I.. l.1'r'1'l.i:.l0uN XRINllE'I'.-X J. NII-IISLAHN 11lEl.l-LN 141. NIVRPHY li. Hi-:l.i:N Ruin Xl. .lmlw STHLLN 501111 nnznrvs N iam tioox Khin' 4Ioli1c'l'Ri1.H'1' 1li1l.i1N M. f1lfli'l'lS l.o1s E. DAVIS Iloiurrm' J. EDWARDS X1.-tlttQARl-Tl' .l. GAULT 1':LEAN0li B. Horirlx llokwrnv I.. Hi:Nm1nsoN 1":YE1.YN 1i.KRElNl fill.-tliL0'ITl-I A. 'NICGLADI-3 1,0UlSE E. N1OI.I.M.-KN lloms I.. OVERTURF CERALDTNE M. PA'I"I'ERSON 1?I.OlllNl'I E. PETRI Gmfzr VX. RU'I'llYYlil.l. 1'1I'6Sl1I71UIL Xl.-XRUAR1'1'l' E. BAKER MARY M. BRADNI-:Y liRNi:sT1Ni5 LlALv1N 1Ii3L1A B. Cook lirmxou Douzu -Xl,11:r:S.DI'VAl. limit L. Fowugu .IRAN L. Goocmn 1ix'El.YN C. HOWARD 1':llI'l'll K. 1.AN4Q IIARRIE1' F. Mr'I,EAN lloRo'1'ilY J. 111ASSMAN 11ATllERlNE E. XYAN Gi-:um-:N 1':lJI'l'll K. WVILSON lloirornv Yr:'r'1'i:R FACI' LTY CLEO F1'rzs1MMO1vs, M. S. R11'r11 C. FHEENIAN, M. S. EMMA R. J11T'1'ON, B. L. S. EEIZARET11 R. W11.1.1Ax1sON, B. S. GRADLfA'l'E S'I'LfDENT 1 ffffff' V Bl-I'l"l'Y J. KENIJALL Vqbb aff, E623 W U if MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 1 Seniors NIARY M. DE1.11:11 0 ' VI-LRNEIIE A. l':Dl.L'ND L d L IWARII-L E. HANn51:1111H ANNAREL F.J1r1w1:E BARBARA .l. KERQH IQLSA A. KOCH Foundedillniversity of Nebraska, 1910 1: Twenty-four Active Chapters HELEN L- MAHUOMLIJ GAMMA CHAPTER Z2 ES1111111S11e11, l9ll 11 713 WQS1 01110 SITCCI El.s1E I. NJINIER GERA1.n1NE M. M11R1f11Y Juniors NIAHY M. BARKER RUTH BAUGIIMAN f,ll1AN G. LEMI-IN JEANNETTE I. LILJIHQIIIST FRANCES M. MACLEO11 E1.1zA1sE'r11 R. IXJADIJEN IXIARGARET C. SUTIIERLAND MAR11: L. WA1.1.1N1: LOUISE A. VVORTII Sopfmnmres INIARGARET J. BARRER Ex111.Y D. KASQH IJ. JEAN WIEAVER Freslmzcn JUNE M. BEN1:n1cQ'1' liU'1'11 M. ERDMANN EYELYN F. JOHNSON IWYRTLE A. KNUT11 ' PHy1.1.1s M. 'l'1LL11soN R1111111 KQ11111111 M. J. Barker KZISCII M. M. Barker s11111er1111111 L. Worth ELINOR A. VVIIEELAND Weaver Baughnnzm Walling Lcrnen Madden Liljequist Murphy Delich BARBARA L. WINDBIAYPJR IIZIIILIHCIIUII Kovh Kercll Minicr Edlund NIZICDUIIPIICI Jungc IIELEN E. WVORTII H. XVUPIII YVIICCIZHHI Benedict Tillitson Erdman .JUIIIISOII XVi11dm:1j,'0r Przgf ,917 av 4' , jj,,.r: 4' .Hg CJ! Aa I: Founflezi--VC'esIeyaII Fc-Inale College, 1851 1: Fifty-seven Active Cluipters SIGNIA CHAPTER 1: EstaIIIIisI1eLI, 1912 :: 1202 Wen Nevada Street Munsell Flagg I111III'idgc EIIIIHCI Skuseveu C. Brock Parsons Smith Norris Gcmbick Abeling Norton McClain Dayton Patterson Irish Louric Gorton l41.BI'0Ck Lawrence Jenkins Lolines Wanderer Diaz Vesely Bcechvr Donahue Porter King: Howell IIUNVIIIEIII Abernathy Nelson Gunillacli Oliver Ijflflf' .4 IR FACULTY I.OUIsE NI. IIICKINS, M. S. GIIADITATE STUDENT DORIS D. GIJNIJLACII Wi MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors NIARY E. AIIERNATIIY VIOLA M. BEECIII-IR ISABEI. M. DONAIIUE ELIZAIIETII KINC .IUNE K. LOWIIAN LOUISE NELSON IVIAXINE B. IIORTER DOROTHY R. VI-ISELY Jun inrs EIIIN BROCK IIELEN B. EI.I1RIImCE J. ALICE 1"I.AI.C KATIIERINE I.. IIOWELL ALICE C. JENKINS DOROTHY H. LAWRENCE ELINOR LOERIE RUTH G. NICIIIAIN XII-:RRY K. NIJII'l'1,lN SARAH A. PATTIQIISON Sopfzonzarcs CLARA J. DAYTON JUIJITII L. DIAZ DIARGARET H. GURTON ROSEMARY J. IRISH SARAH C. OLIVER FITSIIIIIGII HELEN J. ARELINO CIIRISTINE J. BROCK VIVIAN D. ENINII-il. I.I'CII.I.E A. GEAIRICK DOROTIIY M. LOIINES .IANE B. INIUNSELL NI. ELIZAIIETII NORRIS ALICE V. PARSONS VEIIONICA E. SRISEVEC IWARGERY D. SMITH INIARGARET M. WANIJERER FACULTY INIAKY W. BEANI, 31.5. IVIARIE M. H0S'I'E'1"rER, A.B., B.L.S. ANNA B. RORINSIIN, A. B. IXIIRIARI A. VAN BIISKIRK, B. S. I'1l.0RENlll5 L. WIIITE, A. B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors KATHERINE F.. IIALLEN ALMA H. FRESE FRANCES P. FRI!-LIJMAN RUTII IC. IIODSIIUN FRANCES M. HURNER FRANCES E. HUSQN ELIZABI-L'l'lI AICIJONALD EI.IZAll1'l'l'1I J. IVIUIR RUTII V. ROSELLE CURA L. SISANI FRANCES A. W.AXlSLEY Juniors ELIzARE'I'II A. BILSBORKOW JUSEPIIINE L. CLAYTON ELINOR T. DAVIS EVELYN FERHI-Ll.l. LOUISE A. HANSEN ELEANOR M. HEAD VIRGINIA M. HILI. IXIARY KEITII BARBARA M. KNIPP IIAULINE Ii. KOl.Ii ANNA K. MAILGREIQOR M. LUCILLE IXIATIIESIUS SARAII L. POORMAN VIRGINIA E. REILII DOIIOTIIY M. IIEIEIIARD1' KA'l'IIRY'N M. SELLERS E. IIUIA VAN BIJSKIRK Soplmnzorcs ANITA Bmw ISXIQLYN M. GoomNc IVIARIE E. ISIIERRIJOIJ HELEN .l. KIRK I'1I.lZABETll INIILLER FRANCES B. Illillll-1 BIIKIAM J. SAY.-u.E IVIARY J. SCOVILI. DOROTHY E. SIIITII Fres fl men F. BE'1"l'Y BOUIII IVIARTIIA IIALLI-IN .ADI-ILAllll-L R. DAIIANT F. ELI-IANUR DIIHAIIIEL llARRIE'1 F. FIINR VIVIAN 1. .IOHNSUN 1flJl'l'lI F. JONES HELEN G. PA'1"I'UN ,I EANNE F. RANIQER ICLSIE .I. RIBHENTHOP 111-ITTY F. TURILIQ HIi'rI-I WlI.AKl.Y I'1I.0liliNiIl-I R. WIIYTE X 'iz' fig' ,P 15' 0 69.21 -E- , 5.3 A - -An, ,- I 3-Iii 559- I1 :. xg.-se I 5 "U fl aff. f fps? U . Z! I ...M M. 5... Foumled-Syracuse University, 1874 OMICRON CHAPTER :: Established , 1913 :: Forty-four Active Chapters 1110 West Nevada Street Bdl' l Ferrell Knipp M. Vnn Buskirk Miller Scovill Kirk Smith Gooding Savage Whyte Pride oy norman Kelli Mnthesius Reichardt Sellers Bilsborrow Hansen Claytrn Recli Hill Kolb MacGregor' Davis Isherwood Head Wamsley Sisnm Roselle lluson Frese Horner Muir McDon:IlIl Hmlsclon K. Cullen Friedman Patton M.Callen Booth Weakly Daulznit l-'unk Jones Johnson Ranger DuHznnel Turck Page 41.9 fiigk' A ..:,, .A A ,535 al! Aa Qmmcz jeffd Founded-Syracuse lfniversity. 1904 1 Forty-tive Active Chapters SIGMA CHAPTER :: Established, 1918 :: 1106 South Lincoln Avenue Fell Lyman Coervcr Visser Bilgvr Schwarz l.2llll'Clll'C Moore Lyrii Sinitli Kerr 1'12lStIll2lll Swanson Coryn R. Cox Hnrn Fcncl Dancey Bentley Wenmllund Warren Marr Olsen Johnson Znjicek' Black agv ,720 FACULTY llosAl.1i: Bl. li,-Xlill. Ph. D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY St'71iUl'5 XVILBIA C. liizxiugx' NlARY 0. Bmxzlc ,liissug F. IJAMQEY l1UClI,l.lf1 Hum :1lAR'l'llA H. JURIJAN JANE E. Mmm lliiu-LN I.. Klmmi: Al.-XRIAM Y. 0l,sEN N1.-XRG,-XllE'I' E. OI.suN J1L'DREY Z. VVENDLAND lJuno'i'iiEA Nl. SW.-KNSON 1illARliU'l"l'l-I E. WKEAKREN .'1l.n1NAx if. M1,lllfElx ,I un iors N1ARY .l. Com'A E. Rnsizumn' COX SARA il. 1':AS'l'NlAN Y10I.i1'l' l. ,lmlxinx lJoR0'1'llY l,. KERR Rigisufzm A. Ixm' Bi-1'l"1'Y .l. Sxirrn S0.IJll0llIUl'l?S 1'1l.0ISl-I J. Biman GRACE M. Curzrnizu EV!-ILYN Nl. I.Al'Ri1Nm1E 111-ILEN L. LYXIAN EWLLYN Nl. NIILLER DuR0'1'nY Il. Ymtlfu Fl'l'SfIl7I an l11AX1NE Bi'nM:'r'1' XlEl.BA Lux l11.l11Al'liI2NEl'lIil.L l,1,A1m: ll. MLMQL ,ll-LAN E. PARKS R1"l'H' E. ScnnARz Vmcixm M. VISSER Eviziyx NI. Wistsm' MEMBERS IN UN1YERS1'l'Y Seniors KATUERTNE E. COLLINTQS DoRoT1iY F. MECQLE h1ARCIA K. 1'UCK1-1'l"l' GRACE A. SEAARJNS Juniors 1x1ARl0N L. CALmvEi.1, 1N1AIiY C. CODY CA'I'l1ER1NE C. N1CN1Al1ON ,IOSEPHINE R. MAi.L,oY LUCRETIA M. 1V1lClH-TLS Doins D. PRAEGER VVINIFRED C. SCANLON CATHERINE E. SMITH 1N1ADELEINE VINER NIARY E. WESTENRERGER A. ROSALIE YEI,vrNG'1'oN Sophomores M. RIARGARET CASPER CATHERINE R. 1'1OLMES 1X'1ARY J. MAGAN NIARY E. EIARTIN FFCSILIIICVI l1ARY A. ARMSTRONG 15AREI.LE CRANE NIARGARI-LT C. HALL NANCY R. HAYES JUNE M. LYONS M. JAYNE 1V1CCONNELI, h1ARY C. NICCORNIIFK ,1-,, f A, A "'AifQf,v AFR ,. QAM WA Founded-U BETA CHAPTER :: Established, 1 S 1 Il Active Chapters iniversity of Michigan, 1912 zz even ee 919 :: 1005 West Nevada Street 1. . 3.1 R- 91.5 Hayes Crane Holmes Sczxnlon Mal Smith Cindy Ilzlll Arinstmng.: h1Cf'UI'Ill1L'k Mcliniliiiell Lymi- Yi lx veggwii lim' Martin Michels Caldwell lNlcM:iluvn Mangan Casper rgei' P raege r Seziinmis Gollings Mciiule Pucketi VVestenhc Page ,421 rv ,.-L.,, -M Ol! Aa Cf izfm Mg 1"oumied-Barnard College, 1909 :: Twenty-eight Active Chapters MU CHAPTER :: Established, l9l8 :: 904 South Third Street Huss Rayman Agree Newmann Annenberg Provul Maier Greenfield E. Kohn Tauh Ollswang Wells Rosenkrantz M. Rosenblum Goodman J. Rosenblum Galinsky Oplatka Lefkowitz Nathan Reineberg Levy Roth Ehrich Stine M. Kohn Yastrow Himelblau Cole Weiss Stern Freund Bondi Hirsh Barlow Saniisch Segal Silver Lewis Page ,723 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors IIELEN J. BONDI NIILDRED H. Hmsu .l UL1A IC. LEWIS FREDERICIQA SAMISCII SALENE SEGAL BEATRICE N. SILVER Juniors IIENRIETTA E. BARLOW ESTELLE B. FREUND lIlARTlIA L. KOHN EVELYN A. STERN FLORli'l"l'I-I M. WEJSS GER'l'liUDE L. YAs'1'Row Soplzomores JEAN D. COLE ll0R'l'ENSI-I L. Enrucn llllCIl.E C. HIMELHLAU RUTH .l. KIQIIN ClIAlll.0'I"l'l5 A. S'1'1NE Freslzmerz AIELBA AGREE HELI-INE R. ANNENBERC BEuN1eE M. CALINSKY JANE L. GOODMAN THERESE GRILENFIELD LUULE F. HUSS Fn1'1'u F. KOHN CECILIJ-I LEF14ow1'rz SIIIHLEY l,EVY INIAIUOHIE J. NIAIER liosAL1N T. NATHAN BEA'1'R1c:E lxlEWMAN .loAN B. NEWMANN IIAZEL S. OLLSWANG hmm F. Ol'IA'l'KA l'lS'l'IiLLl-I J. PROVAL SIIIRLI-IY E. HAYMAN CAIILYN REINEBERG IANNQE A. HOSENBLUM lVllRIAM R051-INIILUM FHEUERINA R051-INKRANTZ CELIA J. ROTH FLORENCE TAUB ETHEL L. WELLS FACL'l.'I'Y LEAII F. ,IIKliI.l-LASE, A. M. MI-IMBIC RS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JANET A. BROWN GERALDINE Ii. DAVID ESTIIER D. DYER DOROTIIY S. FLENIING DORIS CIESEERE INIARY Ii. GRIswOI.IJ MARY E. KLINIQRER IVIARGARET J. IXICIIASKILL PATRICIA NIORIIISON ANNE B. STEINER juniors EMMA Alflili HARRIET Y. BRAIIRURY .IENEYE L. BR.-XY DOROTIIY Ii. IIOE CONSTANIIII II. FILREY KATHERINE Il. FII.sON L. BERNIIQE GAZZOLO SIIIRLIE L. NIUURMAN KI."I'II E. RIIEIZI-ll. IIIARGARET NI. SCIIIMTVIEL HETII E. Sx1I'I'II DOROTIIY I.. SI'RnQIIIs'r HELEN Wills Supfznnzores ANNA K. VON ALINIEN A. ELIZAIIETII BAUER IXIIRIAM L. FAST ,l. ADELE HOSRINS IIATIIISRINI-I A. KEXOAL. IXIARY I. I,l-IISENRING INIARJORIE IC. NIEIXNI-:R LOUISE I. IJR011'I'Oli IIIARY V. REAIZAN IIIARCARIET J. REEsE EMILY J. KVI: LUCILE K. SI:III,:EssI.ER SARAH E. SIIINN DOROTHY G. TAYLOR DOROTHY I.. TAYLOR llEI.EN TIIORIIISON 1"fUSllIIIl'VL Bl-lli'l'IIA E. CUE DOROTHY B. IJIJLANY HELEN Y. llOI,IsE AI.II:E IIUIJI-Il.SUN FRANCES 5. KNEIITZON OLIVE A. IXIANZ JOSEPIIIAE XII-LIXNI-lli CII.-XliLO'l"I'Ii I.. xIll.l.IlR IIAROI. ROLPII DOIIOTIIY A. ROTII INIATIIILDA SIMPSON LUIS M. STINSON IXIARTHA D. YICAIIWOOD fu fx: "5 ' I - ' Founded-BOStOII University, 1388 : Eighty-tIII'ee Active Chapters DlCl.'l'A PI CHAI"I'I':I'I :: Establislied, I920 :: 508 East CIIIIIIIIPIS Street Klingcr Mcl':IskiIl B. COO Duviml llruwn Steiner llicsvvko Ricgel Griswold Dyer Morrison Flemiiig 1'rOct0r Bmy Brzidbury Filson Guzzoln Smith D. Coe Suurlquist lfilhey Scliilnmcl Aucr Moorman Knucltznn Stinson Wills Reagzui Rue D. G.'l'uylur Reese Leisexlring liniiur 'IIIIOHIDSOII Sliinn Svhuessler Fast D.l..T1y or Iludelson Simpson Mainz Kemlzill .l.Nl0iXm:r Hoskins M. Nlcixncl' Yezirwuuil Ruth Rolph llmlsc Dulzmy Miller lilly? 42 FACULTY FLORENCE M. HARIIING, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENTS IRENE EBERLING ROVENA INIILLER MARY PATTON LOUISE SMITH 't-Icg... L, .,,L- ' j I .. ' . 'm 'ik 3- .3662 ilu MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Fou,ndedfMiami University, 1902 :: Fifty-nine Active Chapters ALPHA BETA CHAPTER :: Established, 1921 :: 710 West Ohio Street Sefli0f5 HAZEL M. IIOYLE INIARJORIE RITTENIIOUSE J uniors ALICE J. APPELL KATIIERINE A. BLOCK BILLIE W. FAY HELEN C. LINES ALLEILRA C. MONTGOBIERY IIARRIET C. MURPHY FRANCES M. PATTON IXIARCARET M. SNIDER DOLLY TERZIS Sophomores JULIA V. DANIEL HELEN L. SMITH fr I Freshmen Eberling Miller L. Smith Rittenhouse Block Daniel M. Patton F. Patton Snider Hoyle H. Smith Murphy MARCELLA M, MCLAUGHLIN Montgomery Terzis Fay Sypel Appell McLaughlin ESTHER A. SYPEL Page 424 FA C L' LT Y I.o1i1si: F. Lonmi. A. Nl. CLARA R. NIEYER. XLS. MICNIBERS IN UNIX' EHSITY Sen iors EI.lZAIlE'l'll ,I. llrzrnrnx Bl-i'll'l'Y M. Nlllfilil-IAIXY LA JUNE F. McIN'1'1Ri: KIADI-LLINE Nlc:I.11wn IJQRIS A. ixIENl-1lil.Y KATHRYN SANm1RYr:R OLIQA H. SENNI-I MILIJREIJ L. SKINNHR JlLlli0l'S lJuRo'r1iY E. A llI,l-1lllINl,l IIRLEN M. Buass lli1I'1.AH M. DALRRY JEAN F. Paumm' PM LA 0. Li:1'1'i3R Sopllonmrvs NADINE E. i,1Hi1Nr1Y GENEVA G. YY.-Xl.lildll Frcslzmcn NIARY E. FLEMING MARY M. CRISAMURE ARLENE iwAl.I,AN1S AIARY J. WWEHERG ge-fx M. fm. Ffllllllil'Qi7WCSlCj'8ll College, 1352 1: Fiflyfeigxht Active Chapters UEl,'l'A BETA CHAPTICR zz Established, 1921 1: T06 West Ohio Street 5. I. ...,. EY Blass Grisamore Alxlering INIZIHRIIIS Wcberg Fleming Cheney Penbocly Zeitcr W. McLinn Walker Dalbey Blackarcl McCreary llc-phurn Sandnieyer Skinner Senne Meneely Mclntyre M, McLinn Prfgrf ,425 'If FA CL LTY 1 6 , GRADUATE STUDENTS -maomeemia 3 E T Q 1' - G f 1 ILILLA LTHKIL ZUA Q' BONITA C. MA'1"1'III:ws -lb LQQALSEQ ' 'fee 1359? .I xxgv 1 fx f K Z A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY e 6 Z Swziors ICLEANOR L. BIAIIK lu.-KRIAN E. III-INIKEN l"nundcd-Yirgilliu State Normal, 1898 :z Sixty-four Active Chapters MILDRED A. HOUGEN ,IIPHA KAPPA CHAP'I'IiH 21 ESIQIIIISIWI, 1921 1: sos vcfm Vermom sneer FTUYTHH E- UN" YIYIAN S. PAH: llI1I.I3N L. SIIITH YIYIAN M. N'II.l.IlLIER Jun iurs LIICILE H. D.-XII.l-IY RUTH H. INILIIMI BARBARA LAI'INsKI VIRGINIA Loctm: ANNE L. RI:I'I'I:n Soplmmores CIIARI.o'I"I'I: A. B XRTELS BI:'1'TY H. BI.I1ssINc ,II-:ANNE M. CIII'l.IzII HELEN W. GAHIIIL RUTH M. Goux NIAIIIAN V.CIu1ss VIRGINIA I. Pm.uNIs BETTY WII.I.IcII'roN Illgllalll Guthrie Gross Reiter Cutler Imrtcls Blessing Fixler Iqrmlnllwl M'aT,tlIews 'Polonis Galede Locke Dailey XvillCl't0I1 Golk DOROTHY IJIUIFR L Frost -5 Pape Lund Villiger I.upinski Iieniken Black Imdgen LA VERNE F- FRUFT Page 426 BIQULAH M. ARMSTRONG, Ph. D. FAC ULTY NIARGARET BI.0mI, Ph. D. ESTHER K. BRKIIN, A. B. ERNESTINE K. JENISON, A. M. LILLIAN BIARR, A. B. JANE C. WATT, A. B., M. Mus, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors DOROTHY A. BARTUSCII HELEN R.Bos1.EY BIARION L. BURNS RUTH C. JOHNSTON CARMEN L. PARR ANNE V. SHERWIN HELEN I. WARD juniors RVTH A. LYDDUN B. GI-IORCI-ITTE PII-LRCE Soplzonmrvs C. R051-DIARY BARNEs PnYI.LIs A. BOSLI-IY MARY E. GRAIIAWI CATHERINE D. HA IJRERG KATIIRYN T. RAIIY BETTY J. RUBY Freshmen JANE B. ENC!-ll. ALICE B. IIERRST NIARY M. ILES JEANNE L. Sm1ARRATT RIJTII C. SEYMOVR HELEN C. w7III'1'Nl'lY B. BEATRICE XVYRICK A ,'.I 612 L F0u.m1eflASyraI'1Ise L'niversity, 1872 :: Thirty-five Active Chapters BETA ALPHA CHAPTER 1: Established. 1922 :: 508 East Armory Avenue VVyrick VVhitney Scarratt SCXIIIUUI' Engel Iles Herhst Rudy I'. Bosley Ruby Hauherg Barnes Lyddon Pierce Grulnun Burns Parr II. Bosley Johnston Sherwin XVard Barlusch Page 427' OL!-3 ' Qfllnsx' . "ffnraAX3'9 PJ D9 P' '1, QAM M .izfm l"11ul111f'zl-lwlliversity of Cillllv0l'lllil., 1914 :: Twvnly-six Active ilhnptr-rs UAMNT.-X fill.-XP'l'Eli :z Estallllishc-ll, l92I5 :: 606 WPS! Ohio Strvet 3. 15 l'x'onxwcll S. Kelley Glascovk Slwpnllek Relnn Logan I. 'l':1rry Allen Purcell G. K1-lley Hettlcr Garvin Alxly A. 'furry lilezulol''l'lmn1:1 0. Kelley Brown Bennett JSIIIIQS Ethel 'Vlnonms Page 428 FMII LTY Nl lm, xnl-Tr' l..l1m:ss. A. NI. CliADllfX'l'li STIIDENTS Dnn0'l'nY NI.l3Ea1Rn .IANET A.4I1nnml:1.1. NUC NIB ERS IN l'NlVERSl'l'Y Serziurs Ygnm R. BEN xL:'1"r llosmmm' L. llkmvx liL"1'H ll. lll:'l"l'l.L1n NIARY F. Jfunzs OL1w:l'. Kl:Ll.l:Y NlAm11.lNE ll. l'L'nm:El.x. lll"rnli.Hl1nx1 'XIYlLl1l.l x li Xl. 'lfanm' fun iurs .lltxxnm Ann' R051-ZNI-XRY JXLLEN MARY A. Clxm IN ,ll'AYI'l'.N H. Gmsriucx lilnlsfi IC. l.ocAN Cl-1lNl1Vll1VE M. SHlIl'ANl'IK IHEML l.. TARRY l':'l'Ill-ll. Nl. 'l'Hmus S1llIlHlI7lIH'P5 Crunk Rl-11.I.r3Y I'.l,l-IANUIK L. I umus 1"f'e'xlr1r1f1rz S.-Xl.l.Il-I Kr11.1.1-LY lf U lI'l.'l'Y UI-Ili'l'llI mg S, fllll-Bl S. 15.5. l'll.1x.x1ar2'1'H X. N11gll1um1..'X.l3. N. l.uH1S1c ll'X'lISl-1li.ll.S. EN11mSn'r1x xl'1:r:R. Nl. S. CLHXDI' X'l'li S'l'l'lJliN'l' llmu l'1Exc:r1 NIENI REBS IN YN IYI-IKSITY .gt'VlfUl'S ,lmnil ll-Q I.. Glmss lllARIl'1Y. KlAl'l'EllI1Ill liI.u,xAuR W.KLm1 l'll.lZ.'Xlili'l'll F. Lom'Fl,uR A. ls mal. Xl1l.1,l4:AN li. URI-1'I'l'Zlll'1N XARDINI-L l.mmu: Smzrmuscxlmz llomwm' XI. 'l'EN1'1'r1 .luniw .s llAlCliIlH 1' J. lhumx lllAlilIICl.I.A li. Nl12lI,fw1.l-1Y ljllYl,I.lS E. NIUNK ll,x'l'm:u1M-: li. lllAli'I'IN NlAu1oN 4.R1ncu.-w Nl fxm:Axm:'1' lC.'l'm.1,m:N M.I'I1.1zAm:'l'v1V1N.1r: Nluu r:l.l.A lf Wrg1'l,mv Snplmnznrvs lil 'Ill lL.llu'1A NA'l'Xl.lli Xl.lll-1l.'l'INlL l"l't?Sl1IIl1'II lCv1c1.Ym M. CLlu2Aul-1u XlII.l1Iil-1D:X.Nl'1RXIJ SIIIRLEY OWN ll-Uilll-1lll,Alilil-ZR CLA1n'sK. vSv.'XSEllXI.l1K Md W ef.. Qi gl! Aa 1'lllUllli6'1l" -lfllivr-rsity of flulifurniu. lqllll 1: Yllwf-nty-six Active lllmpters BICTA CIIAPTICR 1: l'lstal1lisl1ed, N23 :: H05 West Pennsylvunizx .Nveullc Klzlppcriuln ll't'lIllt' Uruss Rillgrwuy 'll-llevu Blvfzxllley Malrtin l.m-flier Monk Vinjc SCll2ll'4i'llllg l'ix-rve Kla-0 Milligan ll Belting XVeclcw l'2ll'li0I' Bzlntu Grczlger Nm-rnd Uyuu YV:lwml:1lck ljllflf J, -:rj vw," - ' 1 A P!- 551.0 9: if ?' -af' Q. 'Q-E. Ii- 'n, ,rr '54, sq' 1-4 .- qk. . FQ .V Wm jeffd Founded-Virginia State Normal College, 1897 :. Seventy Active Chapters SIGMA OMICRON CHAPTER zz Established, 1923 :: 1204 South Lincoln Avenue Wolff Johnson Fallon Olsson Klingman Foster Wetzel B. Boswell K. Smith IlrzIflt'or4l Jost WilbrnlIzIIn Schlagenlxauf Dolch Harlan Vance McCarty Wheeler Klehm Mountjoy Bartlett Young Fehr Presler Gardiner Cantlon A. Boswell Hounsley Mortenson Kmlyk B. Smith Campbell Sungwin Dulin Davidson Page .430 FACULTY ISAllELl.l-Il11.1"llTCllCOCK, M. S. MARY E. VANNI-IM.-KN, B. S. CRADIQATE STUDENTS TNTARGARET T, DAVIDSON WILMA C. DULIN HELEN J. SANGVVIN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ATIIENA BOSVYELL JANET M. CABIPBELI. MARY M. HOIINSLEY BTILDRED .l. TCADYK BETTY S. SIIIITII Juniors HELEN L. BARTLETT BTARIAN L. BRADFORD M. KATHERINE CANTLON LUGILLE li. JOST LURA A. KUHN E. JANE BTCCARTY EVELYN J. TVTORTEIYSEN GRACE G. PRI-LSLER CAROLYN SCIIIAGENIIAUI-' FRANCES VANCE Soplwnzorcs l1rTARGUERI'l'E DOLGH RUTH L. FEHR VIRGINIA C. FOERSTERLING BETTY GARIIINER MARION E. HARLAN TTTARGARI-Tl' KLEHBI CAROLYN V. TVTOUNTJOY KIRKER SMITH NTARY E. WlLllR.A HAM llTARll.l-IE YOUNG Freshmen BEssIE BOSWELL .l EAN M. FALLON l11ARY L. FOSTER ELAINE C. loIINsoN FLORENCE C. KLINGMAN KATIIRYN F. OLSSON lV1AIlY THOMSON E. BARBARA WE'I'ZEL RUTH H. WHEELER VIRGINIA K. WOl.FF MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ELAINE M. COIIEN FREDRICA B. GORDON Juniors CHARLOTTE I. BLAIR JANE M. CIIAYIIE RHI-IA DAVIS ANNETTE V. SCIIEYI-LR ANNE SILVERMAN JEAN R. TALENDHR Sophomores AUDREY A. HOFFNIAN ,AUDREY A. SALINS Freshmen CHARLOTTE A. AUERBACH ANNETTE P. BRADY TYBEE R. C0111-IN BIILDRED M. FAKTLR PHYLLIS K. COLDHLRG HARRIET J. HIRSII NORA D.L1Fsc:HL:1.Tz GOLDYE L. ORNSTEIN SHIRLEY RQTHILNRERG SYLVIA L. SOIFER RUTH H. STEIN LEANORE S. WIEBER .4"7'?. 'l 1' I v Q R ,4 ff" -s ..' pq' MTCSEM 5... 1"0um1ar1-Hunter College. IQI3 1: Twenty-two Avtive Chapters THETA CHAPTER :: Estuhlislwd. 1923 :: III5 South Ellfflid Avenue Ornstcin Soifcr Goldberg: Rothenberg Ilirsh T. Cohen Brady Stein Auerbzxch Silverxnun Lifschultz Szllins VVCIJQI' HUfIlIllilIl Fakter Chayhe IC. Cohen Blair Schcyer Gordon Davis Talender Page 431 5 M jeffd mf. Frzunziezisffornell University, 1917 :: Thirteen Active Chapters KAPPA CHAPTER :: Established, 1926 :: 1104 West Nevada Street Rice Hurwich P. Adler Tovrov Loeff Kaufman Schxitzer Hoffman Smith Freed Greenhouse Kleeinan Glassner Helper Ralnenofsky Beck Loeb Kahn Gallait Stone Rome Murgoles Robbins Pereira Bernstein Lopin Weinstein F. Adler I. Levy Bogin Glueek L. Spinner R. Spinner Lewis Fine Mandel Greenberg Bachrach Frank Elkes Flesch Slotin Gingery Mark R. Levy Koch Page 432 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors .ALICE J. FLESCII RUTH M. FRANK lnA SLOTIN Juniors REGINA E. ELKES .1 ANE M. GINCERY IDA A. GREENBERO IIOHRAINE M. RIARK BIIIICE A. WEINSTEIN Sophornares FRANCES J. ADLER BERENICE E. BACHRACH BERNICE A. FINE Am-:LE R. 1'1ELPl-IR RUTH R. KOCH RUTH A. LEYY Gl:IR'l'RljDl-L BIANDEL IIILLIAN R. RAMENOFSKY Freshmen PEARL H. 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M465 IflfLl:C'C0lfL Founded-UIIiversity of Missouri. 1888 :: TWGIIIY-f0l1l' Active Chapters ALPHA NIU CHAPTER :: Established, l92T 1: T10 West Ohio Street I Eaglctuu Elliott West Neilseu Lewis Kruzzm Baker Wicks Krousc Harrell Baits Slepickn B. Robbins M. Robbins Davis Landsness Crippin McGill Means lliclwcll Page 433 3 5 JVZI4 Off 001,46 807 Sorrn WRITLHI' STREET Driver Fain Xorten Nuwlin Johnson Young Sienkewicz Douglass Schaefer Kirkpatrick Swatek Rowley Kenxher Bcvilacquu Curry Hnhenzldel Green IA-ydig Hawley TIIOIIISOII Thorson Kendall Fnncher liulclonis lflngrlznnl 'l'lIonIas Clueys erg Miller ZIITIIIICTIIIZIII Crawford Rives I.aLwre11cc Melville Petersen Page 434 FACULTY IDA M. ST.-XELIIE, A. B. GRADUATE STUDENTS ALICE I.. Domzmss J. NYIVIAN llEm:Co4:K ELIZAISETII ,IEARINS BERNICE F. KIRKPA'rRu:K ELIZAIIETII W. SANIIERSUN KATIIERYN Suzxow NI.-XHTIIA E. TI-Ionsox MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors W. EYI-ll.YN DRIVER FRANCES B. FAIN EILEEN B. KEIIRER ETIIEI. O. II.-UYRENI'l-.1 NIARIE M. ROWLEY ELSIE I.. SQZIIAEFER J un iors ALICE Y. CLAEYS I':LIZABl-LTH A. CILRRY IXIAHJORIE L. FANCHER RUTH M. GREEN RLVIII E. I.IEYDIlv JOSEPIIINE NI. RET!-ILONIS HARRIET M. SIENKEWICZ Snplz 11 m ores GILDA BEVILACQLJA VIRGINIA B. ENIIAND DoRo'1'IIY W. HAIILEY FLSA L. I'IOIlEN.-XDEI. I':II.lIl-IN E. ,IIIIIMON SYLVIA M. NoRI'EN .IANE P. SYN.-X'l'l-LIC I.0I7IsE C. ZIIIIIERIIAN 1'vl't'SIIl7IClZ HELEN A. BERI1 !IARu.xRE'1' M. IIR.-UYFORD .IEAN KIQNII.-xI.I, FAY Y. AIliI.YII.l.li IIOSI-IXIARY NIILLER NIARY T. NEWLIN GENI-IV1l-IVE Nl. Ill-L'l'l-QRSEN NIARION I.. KNEE IQLOISE .l. TIIOMAS IIUELLA M. THoRsoN ELI-TANOR YIIUNG GRADL'.X'l'E STUDENT IRENI1 M. HOW!-QI.I. MEMBERS IN LNIYERSITY Sen Z.I1l'S XIARTIIA E. BROTIIERS BIARY .I. IHWVIN GUYIIILLL L. SCIIWARTZ I Im inrs ESTLLLE M, CHILNSRY BIARIAN COQKINI: MARIZLERIII: A. DONOYAN EMILY R. .I ONES HELILN L. KOEHAI CARLOTTA D. PARRON ELIZABI-ITII F. WYILLIAMS Sopfw1IIOres BAI:III5L CARSON THILLMA E. DANNIQR ILA M. 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KATZNIANN Seniors JEANNETTE C. KEISER NIAXINI-I F. LEWY OLGA L. AIALON1 HELEN M. AIOYI-L SUZANNE PI-'EIFFER LOUISE A. PRIDE AGNES A. PSIK Juniors RIJTII KENNINGTON MARGARET C. KOLLER NAONII L. LEYIIE ELIZABETH K. AIANN FRANCES L. NJASIOKUS GRACE BJ!-Ill-IR DOROTI-IY E. MOHN JJESTER E. BJCBIILLEN Soplzomores SAllAIlR.AIARSlIA1.L CUNSTANCE A. BJCRRAY 'MARY PEPPERDINE I.Ol'ISl-I I. PROCTOR Freshmen CAROL KEPIIART LORNA B. LOOK DOROTHY L. HJCGRAW VIRGINIA R. BIERRINEK .JENNIE L. MONROE Bl-ILVA B. NELSON IRI-INE PAZULP GEORGIANA POWERS DIARY J. ROBERTS JEAN ROBINSON CAROLYN RUTLEDGE VIRGINIA M. SCIIAIIDT .JANET ROWLI-IY ELIEARETII SHOENBI-LRG!-QR BIARIAN L. SIJLLIVAN ELOISE E. SHANSON HELEN M. WJALDORF LOUISE WIORLEY CAROLINE ZEVIPEL LOUISE ZERVVECR IIELEN F. ROBERTS DOLORES C. SANDRY WINIERED C. SCANLON AGNES L. SCOTT CAROLINE SCHLAGENHAUF FRANCES UNGARETTI HELEN C. VOGEL JNIARY C. WAGGONER BIARY H. RAISTRICK LUCIA J. TOIISLEY MARIETTA B. TUCKER DIAY H. WONG DOROTHY YOCIINI HIARGARET SCOTT LOUISE M. SENE BIARGUERITE C. SIIERIDAN FLORENCE B. SIMS MARY M. SMITH HELEN E. SNYDI-IR DOROTHY E. SOIIKIIP BIARJORIE L. STURRS MARTHA E. 'FIIOMSON DOROTHY WARREN MARIE E. WILKEY JUANITA WRIGIIT Page 437 H Sm or Q. ,508 A 5 4- - . AB! Q 'L - 'f5 g7"1 . . , ,ff -g HONORARIES AND PROFESSIONALS 4 Ccountanc Club Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 One Avtive Chapter To fusfvr mul maintain Il silzcerz' interest in Ike .Science of accounting FACULTY CIIARLES E. SCIILATTER, M. S., C. P. A. HIHABI T. SCOVILI., A. B., C. P. A. EDWIN ROLAND G. ACKMANN HARVEY H. ACTON TIIEODORE H. AKEMANN LEROY ALLISON PAUL A. ALTIER L. C. ALTMANSIIERGER CLARENCE M. ANDERSON CARLTON J. AYDELO'I'Tk1 GALE B. AYDELOTTE CLARK A. BAILEY WENDEL F. BARCLAY HAROLD G. BAUMAN CHARLES F. BECKER JAMES D. Bl-LNNER HERMAN BERGER SAM H. BERGER DOROTHY P. BIRKETT WILLIAM C. BISCIIOEI-' RTARTIN G. BOQUIST RTERLE H. BOREN EVERETT BOWMAN DOROTHY I. BOYD THOMAS J. BOYD JAMES J. BRENNAN IzEYL M. BROWN KENNETH CAMDEN PAUL E. CAMERON ROBERT B. CAMPBELL ARTHUR W. CARLSON ROBERT L. CARSON JOHN CERUTTI CHARLES V. CHAMPION, ALICE CLAEYS GLENN L. CLARK RAYMOND K. COCIIRAN DOROTIIY D. COOK SIDNEY CORUSH CARL E. CORZTNE DEANE M. COVENTRY CIIARLES W. CHAIN T'lLIZAliE'l'II A. DAIIT WILLIAM DAVITT CLARENCE A. DAWSON WILLIAM F. DEWEY .JAMES T. DONAIIIE NTARVINE DOVER FRED E. DUEKER WII.LARD A. ECKERSTROM FRANKLIN G. EMRICK GEORGE A. ERRECK KENNETH L. ETTENSON WILLIAM J. FARRELL LEWIS T. FISHER HENRY K. FOSIIA G. LOUISE FRAZIER HVGII W. FREY HERRERT C. FROESCIILE JOIIN F. GAIIEI. HOMER L. GASII HARVEY W. GEIST CIIARLES F. GIIISON V. REX GLENN ELEANOR GODDARD ,JOHN L. GRACE J OIIN E. CRANEY JAMES T. GREENE, JR. MANI'EI. GRIIDER EDGAR G. HARNEY LEONARD K. HAYS MEMBERS IN LNIVERSITY GEORGE J. HEIDEBIAN JOHN D. LTEIMBAUGH DURWARD O. HEIN EDWIN H. HENDERSON BENJAMIN W. HILL JOHN C. HOGUE ROBERT R. HOLI.AND ROSINA HOLIANN DONALD E. HOI'Vl'O0D P. DALE HUFF LELAND H. HUNT CONRAD C. IBER ARDELL C. ,JONES EILEEN B. KENIBER WILLIAM H. KERR PRESTON W. KIBIBALE STANLEY W. KLIMEK CIIARLES W. KNIGHT GEORGIA A. KNIGHT EDWARD C. KONCIIAL AARON R. KOVAL DORIS A. LAND JOSEPH B. LANTERMAN JOHN R. LARIMER THOMAS F. LATZER ROIIERT E. LAURENCE JOHN D. LE NTARR PAUL A. LENGERMANN RTICIIAEL J. LIPSCIILLTZ JANEVA LONGWORTH WII.LIA3I A. LORENZ JOIIN M. MCAFOOS VERNON BTCCALLEY DONALD W. JNTCCONACHIE CHARLES A. NTCDONALD JOHN RTCKI-LAN, JR. TIIOMAS J. NTCIRTIJRRY lVlALCOLM E. lVlARSII WALTER N. lNTATTl1IAS ELLIERT P. MAUS JIEONA B. MEECE ELWYN E. MINAIID LEONARD L. RTITCIIELL EDWIN H.lNTOllIL1. ROY E. NEATHERY OSCAR P. OEXMANN GILBERT E. OLESON WlILI.ARD OLSON VIVIAN S. PAPE CLARENCE E. PARTEE HARVEY L. PICARD WAL'IJlIIi E. RAHN NORMAN J. REAM RTARY E. READEY ARTIIUR L. RICE ROY S. RICKE'I"I'S CARL H. RIECER FRANK J. RONCI-IETTI WILLIAM A. ROPA LEONARD X. ROSENIIERG JUNIOR M. RUEGGER ANESS SAIKLEY LILLIAN A. SALTZMAN LEO H. SAMS D. F. SANTRY WXILBIQR H. SCIIAITER DLINALIJ R. SCHNEIDER RAYMOND G. SCHNEIDER DAVID G. SCHVVAGER L. TIIEISS, Ph. D., C. P. A. WILLIAM S. SCUVILL A. ROIIERT SEASS J OE H. SERKOWICII ARTHUR E. SERWICII RUTH E. SIIAYMAN EDWIN E. SHERMAN JAMES P. SILK CIIARLES J. SLATER CLYDE E. SMUTZ PETER A. SOSTAK BASIL W. SPARKS CLINTON C. SPIVEY LEWIS D. SPLITTGERDER CLIEI-'ORD J. STANGE ELEANOR E. STEGE WILLIAM E. STEVENS RORERT W. STEWART JAMES W. TANQUARY JOSEPH M. 'THOMPSON IRVIN H. TOELLE RILEY W. TRIMDLE ROIIERT E. VAN SICKLE OSWALD D. VESPA WIILLIAM T. VOGT FREDERICK S. WACHENDORFER CIIARLES J. w'.AI,TERS ALI.EN E. WEIIJBIAN EVGENE E. WEN'l'lIE HAROLD A. WESEBAUNI EDWARD D. WIMI' RALPH YAKEL, JR. WII.llUR M. YOUNG JOIIN B. ZELLE CAROLINE ZEMPEL Page 440 Band of X FOIIIHIPCI LIIIYPINIU ol IIIIIIOIN, 1973 'Q' , , . 4, ,. wav, an Honorary Conznzvrcc AL'tiL'I'Iy Fruferrzily MEMBERS IN ENIYERSITY REGINALD S. ALTIKIAN WVALTER C. BORMAX DAVID F. Coma .IQIIN R. COVINGTON CHARLES W. CRAIN W. FIOWARID EMRICH BENSON I,. FRIEDAIAN GEORGE A. HCIIKIIH E. STANTUN JUIINSON JAMES P. KIRK Seniors .IANII-QS H. LAKE xVAI.TER C. LECK WII.I.IAxI F. IXILTRRAY CLARENCE .I. NELSON CIIARI.Es T. RICHARDS W1I,1.IAx1 ,I. SIAIONS CEDRIQE C. SLIFKA CI.ARENIiE E. SODERSTRONI RAI.I'II E. W7ALLINli juniors HARVEY H. ACTON EDWIN II. BOYNTON FRED S. CROOK RORERI' C. EVANS GARDNER W. HEIDRICK N. HAII, LAYNIAN C. KENT LEEPER .IA M ES B. ROSBOROUCII NIOI'N'l'I"UH'I' H. SMITII CEUIIIQE E. ZELLER One Active Chapter Bm nton Acton IAIYIIIZIII Crook Evans Bnrm In lurk Cook Altman Murray Page 441 Beta Alpha Psi Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 Alpha Chapter If, an f?fZ'A5PAfl'??21 I ' M Seventeen Active Chapters To promote svlzolarslzip, practicality, and sociabilily in the accounting prufvsxzbrz FACULTY HENRY H. BAILY, A. NI., C. P. A. ROIIERT P. HACKI-LT'l', Ph.D. ESSEL R. DILLAVOU, A. M., J. D. WILRERT E. KARRENRROCK, Ph. D. CLIVE F. DIINI-IAM, M. S. EDWARD J. FILBEY, Ph. D.. C. P. A. GAZE E. LITKAS, M. S.. C. P. A. WALTER F. FRESE, A. M., C. P. A. JOHN W. lwClVIAHAN, M. S. HORACE M. GRAY, Ph. D. CEEIL A. lvl0YER, M. S. PAUL M. GREEN, Ph. D. GRADUATE STUDENTS DANIEL BORTH Wll.I.IABl J. SCHLATTER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors LAWRENCE C. ALTMANSRERGER V. REX GLENN CHARLES Y. CHAMPION HOWARD HAZLETON KENNETH L. ETTENSON CIIARLES A. AICDONALD IAIERBERT C. FROESCIILE WALTER N. lWATTIIlAS WALTER E. RAIIN Juniors HOWARD C. ACKER JOSEPH J. KAVOLUS ROBERT H. DADANT JOHN R. LARIMER HALE L. NEWLOIIER, M. S., C. P. A. REXFORD C. PARMI-II.l'lE, M. S. ANANIAS C. LITTLETON, Ph. D., C. P. A. lxIAl'RICE H. ROBINSON, Ph. D. CHARLES F. SCHLATTER, M. S., C. P. A. HIRARI T. SCOVILL, A. B., C. P. A. LLOYD AIOREY, A. B., R. Mus., C. P. A. EDWIN L. THEISS, Ph. D., C. P. A. PAl'L M. VAN ARSDELL, M. S. WILLIAM H. TAYLOR RAYMOND T. RUDER EDWARD SERPLESS ROBERT E. VAN SICKLE HAROLD A. WYESEBAUBI A. ROBERT SEAss WILBUR M. YOUNG Altmansberger Matthias Knrrenbrock Moyer Van Sickle Kzivolus Kuhn Ruclcr Hazleton McDonald Froeschle Ettenson Seass Chzunpion Glenn INICBIZIIHIII Lariiner Acker Serpless Wesehaum Page 442 Phi Founded. liniversity of Illinois. 1929 JonN W. BRANTA VVILLIABI L. DAY KA'I'nRYN V. BOWEN PALLINE R. COHEN XWESLEY I.. EIIIJY EDWARD l'. ERENIIERG HELEN S. ARs'1'EIN RILZIIARII F. BEAM RAYMONII T. BEAZLEY 311111-IAliI, J. BILGERE WlI.I,IABl H. DEAN FRANK J. DoYLE Retnzgrzizirzg Sll11f'VI.Ul' HMI' . lpha Q A LEX' - FAC flor-Sr'lI01r11's ULTY A V . Qin in tlze FVCSIIIIIIHI Class U'I'IIo C. Ill-QITER, A. B. LAWRENIE W. RIl'Rl'lIY, A. M., Lnt. D. MEMBERS IN UNIV ERSITY Seniors RUSSELL GEISI ALFRED E. HOLLENDER DYY'IGliT C. COTI' Juniors RIEIIARD D. LAFONIJ SOPIIUIIIUTUS NIARTIN B. GABLER RIARGARET J. GAIJLI' JoIIN J. HIf'I'CH1NSON CIAIARLES V. ELLINGTON E. FRANK FERNIIoLz RIARY E. FLEIRING F. JAQIQ FOERSTERLINC JEAN L. GOUGLER TIIERESE CRI-QENI-'ll-QLD Frcs 'l'IIoIIAs S. JOIIANSEN MARY J. MACAN CHARl,O'l"l'E A. RICGLADE II men CA'I'nERINE A. IQENDALL .IEAN K ENDALL ALYEE E. KLoos LLVI' IIER WII.l.AR GoI.nYE F. LONG Ii NELSON L. ORNSTEIN One Active Chapter LAWRENCE W. KANA WILLIANI C. RYAN JOIIN V. BICKINNEY RJAVA V. NIUNSON LEE WIIIYTE E. KI-ll'I'lI REBS NANCY RILEY LAVERNE SAMMONS PAUL A. SIMS GODFREY SPERLING RIARIE E. WYILKEY GA Doyle Hutchinson Ryan Geist Ellington Dean Long McKinney Whyte Rees Sperling Eddy Benin Nelson Beazley Sims Fernholz Gott Bowen Cohen Gnult Kloos McGl:Ide C. Kendall Arstein Riley SHIIIIIIOUS Gougler Magan Grecnhelrl Kannga Brnntn llollenmler Dny Wilkey Fleming J. Kendall Page 443 Pi lVlu Epsilon Foumleil, Syravuse Liiiversity, Pill Illinois .-Xlphri illuipti-i' Twenty-eight Active Chapters lv fi EA To promole SCIZOIIIIASIITH, przrlfrulrzrly in IIIIIZIIPIIIHIIVCS HAROLD W. BAILRY, Ph. D. Drum C. BOIJRCIN, Ph. D. f,LIYER K. Bowl-LR, Ph. D. HENRY R. BKAHANA, Ph. D. LEONARD BRls1'ow, Ph. D. FACULTY .'hR'I'llI'R B. CmsLi:. Ph. D.. LL. D. 'X HT MVR li. liliA'l'll0KN E, Ph. D. XRNULD lfwiii. Ph. D. lXlILI-ZS f.. HAR'rLi:Y. Ph. D. OLIVIR li. l'lAzl.1e'i"1', Ph.D. J IRORRR1' D. C.ARM1c11Ai:I., Ph. D. ll.-XRHY I.i-QW. I h. D. ,losiivuixig ll. CiiANni.i5R. A. Xl. liuxizsi' B. l.Y'l'LI'I. Ph. D. NIARIHS T. BIRD DoNALn Nl. BRUWN ALI!!-QR'l' Lf. BL'RnE'1"i'iL JOHN W. CELL BRRN1' G. CLARK Rl'lUIlk2N .-X. BALTMGA Gi-1R'1'R1znL li. FORD J1H'fl.XI. GLASS RTNER GR.-lDIiA'l'li STUDENTS ME VERA .VL CHNARU RIUIARD K. llouk FRANxl.1A 5. 1l0ui'LR BYRUN T. DARLINLQ llowim A. DENNIS 11.5131-IS B. LAM: NIBICRS IN LNIYEHSITY S071 iurs lhlARIlfI I. LEONARD lNl1LDRun A. NQRYAL Li.-'HUII-1N L. PARR lli1NRY J. XTILI-13. Ph. D. Gizoiimg ,-X. lNllLLIH1R, Ph.D. GER.-Xl.D li. Nluomi. Ph. D. I-H1110 D. PEPPER, Ph. D. ,l4lSl'lPlT ly!-I'l'l-IHS, Ph. D. LICOBARIJ L. 5'1'111xii.m', Ph. WYILFKID Wiisnx. B. S.. Di VV1LI.I.-XM T. NT.-Xli'l'lN CARULYN H. Rochus NTARY B. Hmism' lil..-XRI-lNlfE G. SCIIILLING llL1NRli:T'l'A P. TERRY Gr1oR1.lA P. SI-IAIKLIE l.l-ZVONA Vouri' RQRLLRI' B. WKTSON D. '. NIz1th.ct Phy Glass Mn rtin Lang XV:xtsmi Brown Carniichsicl I.eunzu'cl Voigt Dennis Norvnl Suurle Haiulllgrfxlhlex' Parr Ford G90 144 Shi- ,.i Iounded, University ol' Illinois, 1907 Alpha Signm Signm I Tn promote a truer -lrieml5lIip among flu' ll'UlIlt'Il of .-llplia Clzi Omega AIARY A. ARNOLD DIARY L. BOWEN BETTY DENISON MEMBERS IN l'NIVFRSl'l'Y ClIi DOROTHY M. CAl'lIil-l'l"l' BARIIARA J. HARRIS LOUISE M. PATELSKI Alplza Delta Pi ISABEL M. DONAHUE ROSEIIIARY J. IRISH RUTH G. IIICCLAIN SARAH C. 0I.lV'ER Alpha Gamma Della GRACE M. COERVER E. ROSENIARY COX EVELYN M. LAVRENCE JANE E. BIARR .-llplla Omieron Pi AIARY COURTRIGIIT .l EAN E. DRAGOO RUTH A. FERGUSON HEDVIC LENC FLORINE E. PETRI Alpha Phi 0. ROSENIARY BARNES HELEN R, BOSLEY DIARYELLEN GRAHAM RUTH A. LYDDON Alpha Xi Delta JANE K. KIIXIBIEROW Omega JI'LIA M. LARE CATHERINE M. IjALANl.Jl1CH VIRGINIA M. IDARRISII AIARI.-ANNE C. l'EI:IfI'ER Delta Delta Della HARRIEI' V. BRADIIIIRY GERALDINE DAVID KA'l'HElllNll U. I'IlI.S0N DORIS GIESI-:ERE IXIARY J. LEISENRING DOROTHY G. 'I'AYI,OR Della Gamma DOROTHY J. BORLIIARDI' HELEN B. RA'l'llli0NlE ELIZABETH H. SI:IIII:IIT HENRIETTA SEANIAN DIARY C. SNIITII CAROL Wil-IS'l'l-IRN Delta Zeta JULIA V. DANIEL HAZEL M. I'IOYl.l-1 FRANCES M. PA'l"l'llN IIIARY PATTON 31.-ARG.-XRET M. SNIDER Gamma Plzi Bela INIILDRED C. SPIESNIAN CHARLOTTE STUNREL ALMA H. FRESIE VIRGINIA M. HILL FRANCES B. PRIDE VIRGINIA E. REGII DOROTHY E. SNIITH Two Active Chapters llie rariuus sororllies Kappa I-llplza Tlzela E. AI.-Xlllil-Ql.I.A fil.II-'FORIJ SARAH J. Fl'l.'I'0N VIRGINIA li. JOHNSON ELIZABI-L'l'll D. IIIIERRIAM I'IEl.liN L. RISSELL Kappa Della JANET M. CAMl'lllr1l.l. RUTH L. FEHR VIRGINIA G. FOEllS'l'l-IllLlNG EVELYN J. IVIORTI-LNSEN FRANCES L. SPEAR Kappa Kappa Gamma BARBARA P. BISCIIOFF JEANNE P. BLOER EDITH HEINZELNIAN DI.-XRCERY Ii. NICKEL LOUISE M. SGIIINDLER Pi Beta Plzi Plzi ANN M. AVI-lllY DIARY J. CHANDLER H. JOSEPIIINE NORRIS AMY T. PLOUHIIIAN Ma NADINE E. CHENI-XY BEULAH M. DALIIEY GENEVA G. VVALKI-LR PAUL.-X O. ZEl'l'l-IR Sigma Kappa AIARION V. COHLISS CAROLINE B. I'Il'EY DOROTHY M. NORNIANDIN M. ELEANOR ST. GERIIAIN Palandech Shicht Mc-Claiu Giesecke Bosley Coerver Laurence Fehr F. Patton Normandin Merriam Clitford Lyddon St. Germain Oliver Russell Filson Zeiter Spieslnan Stunkcl Hoyle Irish Borclmrdt Avery Fulton Pfeffer Huey Lenc D. Smith Hill McKee Arnold l-'Ocrstcrling Schindler Norris Plot-lIIII:m M. Smith P Irrish Petri Pride Walker fifilllillll Barnes Leisenring Ferguson Dragoo Snider Bischoff Daniel Corh-.S Cox Dnlbey Taylor Cheney Chandler Western Braulbury Denison Lake Bowen Courtright Garrett Page 445 Founded, Lwllivcrsity of Nlilqligllll, 1918 S1 ma Delta Phi Bvtu Chapter rl '01 , 1 . ,' "v',!...L..... if f' ,f"fI:I'fT "1" -Q ' Five Active' Chapters Tu enziouragz' irzlwvsf in nmrc gwzcral p1z1'l1'1'1'pulion among zrumczz in m'li1'ilivx in the art of speech HELEN R. B0s1,EY l.11.L1AN R. C1I.s'rEu H.AZP1l. M. HOYI.kI AIARJ oR1E I-I. BEHRYMAN IDA A. CREENBERQL IQATHRYN Y. BOWEN DOROTHY J. Cwsox F A CULTY AIARIA I. I,EoxAKD, A. M. SEVEKINA E. NELSOX, A. NI. GRADUATIC STUDENT xl.-XRIUN I.. STL'Au'1' MEMBERS IN UNIVI-IRSITY Seniors ELSA A. Kumi C.A1'HEmAE H. NICCORD RUTH A. Lrnnox Hliru M. AIARTIN .1 OSEPHINE I.. CA'r1-1c:ART LOUISE A. COPE JULIA 0. Nl.-XVPIIERSON CATIIIERINE NI. PALANIJHIII I u I1 io rs ARNII-1'I'A J. AIEISLAIIN CARI.ll'l"I'A PARRON Soplxomores ExE1.YN NI. COODING Doxornv Nl, Pomcvr BIILIDRHIJ STEMQI. FYI-IIAYB A. STERN FRAMES T. UNGARE'1"1'l SVNNY KENNEDY JL'1,lA Ni. LAKE Unguretti Stengl Macpherson Carson Stuart Gooding Goff Koch Lyddun Mcislzxhn Nelson Bowen Luke Parron Hoyle Greenburg Berryman Page 446' igma Tau lfollrldml, lF11iversity of Nt'lll'll5kZl. 190-1 Tlleta HIILIIIIPI' 'l'wc-llty-rmllv .Nvtive Chuptrrs To fusivr llzc II,-nun' P. BATEMAN Kmxrrru K. BELLmx'S I"n,xNk B. FOSTER liomzm' O. FULBII-LR lhmll V. GREEN limmxn S. PER.-XCVIIIO fx if X' - 4 5, .S broad primfiplcs of wlmlzzrslzip, pmc'lir'ul1'ly, and xmiulrilily Nl ENIBERS IN INIYERSITY GEOKGL H. 011.1-Ls JOEL NI. Ul..xsN NIEILYIN A. lLlll.I7liI-.Rb AR'1'HL'R L. .I uzmn' XVILLIA NI Xl. Sl NI PSON SUIIi1Il'S lllsnriu Y. IAULR B1-gA.l.xu1N J. LEW Iiuwmxn R. Bhxlux .lullx X.SuLI.FoR11 Jurziurx UIl.ISEH'I' L. 5T1'N14AIm anmng 6IlgiIZt'f'I'iII,5,' srurlvnts HOWARD II. Suiwzks XYAYNI-I C. SXIITII CL.-XRI-134215 0. Wrilsmla KLNNLI11 IC. XVI-1l,'l'AbN ALFRED S. Wfimgmgx XVALLACE .l. Wmxuzn Sicvcrs Xv0il'il'll YVCMM-1' Goldberg XVL-hork Stunkurd Green Bellows Simpson .lalcuhy Foster Gilcw Sllclfurml Smith I.GlllQ'l' Glusu Q ' . .11 '. '- ,., 5"f'.,j7' 4, " ' , 7 .. ' ' P41510 447 kull and Crescent Founded, Cniversity of Wisconsin, 1907 Helmet Chapter Four Active Chapteis Acacia W. BLAINI-1 ADAMS C. RICHARD REIFSTECK Alpha Della Phi JOHN L. EAST, JR. ROBERT H. QIIAYLE, JR. Alpha Sigma Phi G. WILLIAM ANDERSON, JR. HORACE P. CHRISTIAN Alpha Tau Omega I.. DARBY BRADSHAW HENRY J. TlllIl'l"I' Beta Theta Pi ELSUM G. HEDIQES ELBERT L. HERRON Chi Phi ROBERT H. BROTIIERSEN WESLEY 0. WIGGINTON Chi Psi EDWARD K. GLEASON DAVID H. PA'l"l'0N Della Kappa Epsilon AIARTIN H. RIARKWORTII ALBERT M. SNOOK Delta Tau, Delta THOMAS C. GATELY AUSTIN C. SMITHERS ,ff A -X31 JK - 'gs Sophomore Intcrfraternity FACULTY ADVISER FRED H. TIJRNER, Ph. D. M HMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Delta Epsilon ROBERT D. POOLE ARTIIIZR L. RICE, JR. Kappa Sigma LORING C. FARWELL WILLIAM S. IVIIDDLETON Phi Delta Thela JAMES I.. ALLEN ROBERT F. HALLBERG Phi Gamma Della BEN F. RAILSBACK ALRERI' DE VARENNES, J Phi Kappa HARRY P. 'l'RAI:Y WILLIAM R. XVATSON Phi Kappa Psi ALPIION L. CORNET Phi Kappa Sigma WAI,TER C. HAYNES ROBERT S. RIAINILER Phi Sigma Kappa THEODORE A. DUFFIELD WIIITNEY F. SMITH Psi Upsilon ROBERT L. KNAIZER GRABLE B. WEIRER, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ALBERT O. BARD ALBERT S. RUSSELL Sigma Chi F. VERNON NIILLER 'FED S. TAYLOR Sigma Na WILLIAM W. KINCY WYILLIAM R. NICKINSTRY Sigma Pi FRANK T. NIRI.Ew1cz ROBERT G. WARMBOLD Tau Kappa Epsilon AIARTIN F. HAUSER Theta Della Chi LEE M. BVKKEY WARREN C. LOWRY Zeta Psi JOHN D. BORROFF FREDERICK J. PORT, JR. Shevlin Markworth Anderson Flzicliinniin Heiclrick Seaniuns Hallberg Smithers Warnibold Taylor Watson Port Miller Bradsliaiw Allen Lowry Truitt Gzitely Adams Railsback Hauser Rcifsteck de Vzxrnnes Smith Burkey Borroii' Herron Knziuer WI-her Shoeinnker Bard Gleason Kincy Middleton Wigginton Poole Ruinniler Christian Haynes Patton Turner Niklewicz Duflield Rice McKinstry 1 r my Page 448 Tu-Mas Founded. IfniverSity of Illinois. I906 f' its 1 I . I Q QW I I 2. OIL. . ' A Jllfllllf-Sl'711'0T Interfraternily Social Organization MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Alpha Della Phi LESLIE B. CLARK ARTIIUR EIDMAN Alpha Sigma Phi .JOSEPH H. BELAIR EDWIN R. SNAVELY Alpha Tau Omega FRED H. BYERCO HOWARD M. IBER Bala Theta Pi Phi XVALLACE M. INIULLIKEN SANFORD WIATKINS Chi Phi Phi DONALD L. FAULKNER GI'Y D. REED Chi Psi Phi ROIIERT P. GIBBS KENNETH J. PETTIGREW Della Kappa Epsilon Phi ISOCER G. CARLSON JOIIN F. DAY Delta Tau Delia ROIIERT I.. BEALI. HAROLIJ E. COOCAN Delta Upsilon REGINALD S. ALTMAN BRUCE C. LADD Kappa Sigma ALLEN R. BENNI-l'l"l' EVEHETT W. I'IICIIEI.KRAU'I' Della Thrrla CLINTON 0. CLARK NORMAN l'. .JONES Gamma Delta JOHN G. INIll.l.I-IR GELJIIGE H. SIIEYLIN Kappa Psi HERVEY I.. BENSON CHARLES E. SAWYER Kappa Sigma F. ROSS IIILES CARLTON S. SMITII Phi Sigma Kappa RORI-:RT L. FARER I.EROY C. SMALLENREREER Psi Fpxilon W. HOWARD EMRICH WILLIAM J. ENNIS Sigma Alpha Epsilon IIERIIERT K. HENRY JAMES H. LAKE Sigma Chi FRENCH L. FRAKER Sigma .Yu R. LAWRENCE BALL EDWIN H. BECKER Theta Delta Chi JAMES W. DAVIS ROBERT A. RICNAMARA Zeta Psi ERIC W. LADEMANN WILLIAM SIVYER Belair Faulkner Ennis Benson Bycrgo Hiles Frnkcr Eidman Shevlin Snnvely Emrich Sivyer Mullikin Lake Lademann C. Clark Bennett Coogan Reid J Ones Beall I.. Clark Miller Becker Watkins .' .," izvfi ' 1 -l, --N, A-1. .6 L. ..:..1.." - ' ,j ' -JA. f -g.".'7 -. R Page 449 Ankrum SI-hiicidinan Artz Bcauncr Wilson Bussel .Iurgens Harris I.:1uglIeI'y Jefferson Eddy Miller Johnston Adelphia National Literary Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1869 Illinois Forum Two Active Chapters To foster the attainment of proficiency and originality in essay, oralion, debate, anzl other literary ICOTIC FACULTY WILLIAM I". HOIIEISEL, A.'SI. BERNARD L. JEFFERSON, Ph. D. KING J. NICCRISTAI., A.M. WILLIAM D. TENIPLENIAN, PII. D. GEORGE A. IIVFF, B. S. JAMEs J. LENOIR, A. M. WILLIAM P. SANDFURD, PILD. WvAI.DO E. WAI.TZ, A. Nl. ALFRED D. HUs'I'ON, A. NI. WARD ANIQRITM LLOYD C. AR'I'z PARKER H. Bl-IAMER VICTOR H. Bl-ILSIIAW MAX BUSSEL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY EDWARD W. CLENDENIN JOIIN Ii. COLLINS VVESLEY L. EDDY DANIEL W. HARRIS IIARIIY A. JOIINs'I'ON IIVSSEL E. JI'IlCl-LNS l':l'lCl-ZNE G. LAIFGIIERY LOUIS L. IWIASON Alpha Kappa Psi Founded, New York University, 1904 Epsilon Chapter To create lziglzer business ideals, and to foster research in the accounting, and busincss arlnzinistration MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANK B. ANDERSON HAROLD V. GEBHARI' RAYMOND NI. CALDWELL JOIIN W. I'IA3I3IER WILBUR R. CITRETON D. OLIVER HEIN PAUL W. DIANIS NIARVIN G. HERNIAN DONALD HOY JOIIN F. KLEPINCER JAMES H. DIANSFIELD ROBERT I. DIETCALF felds of WILLIAM W. YAPP, Ph. D. RIARSHALL E. IWIILLER JOHN D. Picco JOSEPH SCIINEIDMAN HOWARD W. WILSON Fifty-five Active fnan ce, RIIDOLPII DIYRNA FRANK P. RAUKTIS NORMAN J. REAM ELWOOD K. SLUSSER Chapters Hein Klepinger Rnuktis Hoy AlilIlSfI8lll lliunis Slusser Horinnn Ream Hammer Gebhart Page 5.70 Freer Johnson Kitzinger Robertson Huelster Stiegman Worley Russell Hautau Meier Alpha Slgma N u Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 Alpha Chapter Three Active Chapters To promote physical education and scholarship among the girls of the University FACULTY LOUISE FREER, A. M. IONE M. JOHNSON, A. B. CARITA ROBERTSON, A. M. LAURA J. HUELSTER, A. M. ANGELA M. KITZINGER, A. M. ANN A. SMITH, A. M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY DOROTHY M. HAUTAU HELEN L. RUSSELL DOROTHY A. STIEGMAN LOUISE WORLEY GRACE RIEIER Alpha Tau Alpha Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 Alpha Chapter Eleven Active Chapters To promote high standards in agricultural education FACULTY GEORGE H. DUNCAN, Ph. D. ARETAS W. NOLAN, Ph. D. HERIIERT J. RUCKER, M. S. RTELVIN HENDERSON, M. S. WILLIAM W. YAPP, Ph. D. OSCAR M. BREWER WISE E. BURROUGHS EARL E. CAZEL CARLYLE W. DILLAVOU HAROLD W. EDDINGTON HOBIER E. EDWARDS HOWARD N. FULLERTON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PHILIP E. GILL ROY C. HAMMAN AUSBY E. HENDY ALLISON L. HIXSON FREDERICH S. HOOPER WENDELL E. KEEPPER IRA G. KINDER LEROY J. KOEllI.ER LAWRENCE F. RIARRIOTT IVAN R. NIILLER HAROLD W. NOLEN ELMER D. NORI-LN WILBER W. REID ELDON L. RUTHERFORD ELMER N. SEARLS BEN H. SMITH LYLE E. SNYDER NIELVIN R. STENGEL THOMAS L. TEMPLETON Brewer Smith Dungan Rutherford Dillavou Edwards Eddington Templeton Hixson Miller Rucker Snyder Reid Marriott Kinder Hooper Koehler Nolen Hendy Noren Buckhardt Henderson Gill Fullerton Searls Burroughs Sten gel Hamman Keepper Cazel Nolan Yapp Page 451 Ilolcliert Holley Sinden Piel May Tewel Scluniclt Kainfinunn XVIIOCIUI' Lydy Simpson Blotter Bradford Miller XVZIQIICI' IViI'ken Foote .IIII-ohy Collard Green Freeman FOIfiIlli'lIl Oelberg Nelson . . . 7 -1 . AIner1I:an Instltute of CIIQIIIICHI hnglneers Founded, University of Nliehigun, 1927 Illinois Student Chapter Twemy-live Active Chapters To prnnzole fellozvslzlfp and professional spirit among Clzenlffal Engineering sturlents FACULTY DONALD B. KLYILS. Ph. D. NORNIAN W. KRASE, Ph. IJ. HALPII BAl.lIlll-QR FRANK T. BARR KI:NNI1'I'II K. BI:I.I.oxIs EDWARD IX. IIIZRIRANI AllUl.l'lI O. BI.A'I"I'I3II JOIIN H. BoI.I:III1R'I' JUIIN R. IIRAIWORIJ. JR. J UIIN F. IlI'R4.I:ss ALDIQN G. lIAI.IivI'I1I.I. JANIRS B.l1oI,I1 lf. NIJRNIAN IillI.I..-XRD I.l.UYD IC. IJINIONIJ CIIIARLI-is R. IJoRsI:'l"I' JAIZR FI-QLIIMAN JOHN H. I'JU0'l'I-I lsAnoRI1 li.l4'III:I1xIAN IIAHVIIIY T. GI-ZIIRIINI. MIJININ IX. lQol.nIsI:RI. NIANII-1l. Iilil-IRIN FRIZII ll. IIANUS IIUILUII-1I'I. llARRIsoN MICMBEHS IN UNIVERSITY ll. HLNRY HRLLILR Roni-:RT D. JACOIISON AHTHVR I..JAI1oIsY l.I.OYII Nl. J OSIIEL INIARYIN I.. KAUI-'NIANN Rlllilgllfl' KREBS ICIJWIN Klfsl-I IIUHER'I' Y. I.I'KI:s KIIIARLIZS NI. LYDY RORIZRI' D. 'NIAY JOHN A. INIILKO DWIGHT L. MIl.I.Eli .JAMES W. NILLSON ENIIL 0El.liERli CIIARLES D.0wI1Ns JoIIN PIRI. IJEOHGI-L Nl. PoIII.I:R TIIONIAS P. QIJINN RoRIgR'I' ll. RRINIIARIYI' IRYIN H. RIMI-il. NUKNIAN T. RORILY 0'l"l'0 IC. SI1IIl.AI3II'1 I-IH NIAKVIN T. SIZIINIIIYI' IiAI.l'II J. S4IIIlNlI'l"l' WIl.l.IANI M. SINII'soN FDNIIINII SINIII-:N lIIIARI.i1s V. SINIITII KI:NNI1'I'II M. 'l'I:wIgI. XWILLIANI R. WIII:RI.I:R FRANI4 J. WIRKRN w'll.l.l.-INT Ii. WAIQNIQR Inerieali Society of Nleellanieal Engineers Founded. Ivllivn-rsity ol' Illinois, I909 One Hundred SQWUII Xetixe Chapters WVILLIANII..Al1KIIR'IlAN JosI:I'II NI. .-'II.I.I.AII1R PAUL F. ANDI-IRSUN CI.ARLN41I: F. B.-XR'l'lfjl.5 NILYILR ROGER II. BENI-lDlli'l' IQ. ROY BIRKIIiII'I' HOIIERI' P. BOWIIIIIQII CARROI. W. BRISNIZNIIIZN CARLOS IC. BRoNsoN LAI'RI:N R.BI1RR CIII-fS'l'I-IH I.. IIII'I'I.I1R 70 .wrlzrff Nw irIIw'I'xf of the students in tl professional Iifllllfll of Ifzvir erzgirzfwriwig JosI:I'II ll.l1.INNoN 'xl.l9l-lli'l' Ii. lI,xRI,soN IIlI.ll'l' A. IIARI.sON NIUIHLAN B. lIoRi.I3sx 'liIIoNIAs P. DART F.-'ICL'L'I'Y LLIRI. II. i..AsRI:RI:. B. D.. Nl. Ia. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WII.I.ARIm ll. GILLIIABI XIARK S. GRLI-LLLY vIv1l.l.I A Nl Il. GROUNIJWATER ClI.l-IS P. I'I.-KFER HENRY G. HLURAQH llI1RRI:II'I' D. lJII'I'I1NIsAI'uII WVILLIANI F. HOSWORTII FIIWARII W. FRTNILR III..-Xlllll-I'N H. FSIQII vI'iAl.'l'l-Ill FINR WIINNIIC N. I'IUS'l'l-ll! PAII. H. ISENBVRC XWALTER A.JOI1NsoN WYALTI-TR KNOX RALPH W. LAZLAR XHYIIP II. FRAL'1'NII:K CILNL LOSIJIZ IYIICUIUQI-Q W. xIll.l-LS IJ.-XYIIJK.ixIl'l'11lIl'II.l. CIIARLLS A. UI.sI3N I-INIIL C. URM'I3Ii PHILIP J. I,0'l"l'l-IR lILARRN1:I: 'l'. RAsNII'ssI1N JOIIN liI'I-'I' FREDIiIiIlTKA.SfIIII11K NVILLIANI ll. Sl1lllLl.INC IRYINC R. SI:I:l.Y AIJI:I,IsI1R'I' ll. xII"I'INll-IR IIAl.l'll W. SI-:I1I.Y .hll0l.l'lI ll. SKUIKTZ IIALPH F. S'I'ANI'oRn fiI.ARl1Nl,IlH1II. SIIIIN CARI. C. SWANSUN NIAXWIQLI. A. VIJIIIINIINUN JAMES A. xVI'I'Z'l'IIl7III IIIIARLIZS W. x'Y0l'iAli GILORIQI: Q. w7Al.l..Al1Il HIJRIII-:RI W. WISIIARI' CIIARI.I:s P. TvA'l'ES Johnson Brissendelx Stanford Swanson Lnzenr I.li.Seely Benedict Casherg Isenburg XVallace R.W.Secly Wishart Foster Vokuc Yates Fink Knox Thompson Skortz Ackerman Birkiclit Vitztlium Diffenhaugh Ertner Mutimer Groundwater Hosford Heubach Greeley Anderson Losee Stein Ruff Schick Esc-II Miles Bowditch Olsen Dart Frautnick B. A. Carlson Bartelsmeyer Oravec Hafer Mitchell Allggzuer Page 452 Rigliter Knufninn Olson Mueller Carlson Novotny Epstein l.uetzL-lseliwaib Ilanniltun Reinhardt 'l'Ourek Morrow Varnum EIlg0l' Rulmow Muslnn Dobbs . . Chl EpS1lOH Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 Illinois Chapter Eleven Active Chapters To promote llze interests of engineering eilucation FACULTY HAROI.D E. BAIIBITT, M. S. W1l.LIA1I L. COLLINS, M. S. JOIIN S. CRANDI-lI.L, B. S., C. E. IIAHDY CROSS, A. B., B. S., M. C. E. TIIONIAS J. DOLAN, M. S. JAMES J. DOLAND, M. S., C. E. MELVIN L. ENILER, M. S., C. E. RALPII E. BATES ARTHI'R C. CARLSON MELVIN A. DOIIBS WALTER M. ISNGER RALPII J. EI-STEIN JAMES P. HAMILTON Founded, Lniversity Of Illinois, WIINSOR W. BROWN, B. S. HERBERT W. CRAIG, M. S. COLEMAN R. GRIFFITH, Ph. D. GEORGE A. HUFF, B. S. CHESTER O. JACKSON, A. M. GEORGE E. ADRAHAIII WILl.3IP1R 0. ALSTROAI FRANK C. CAREK AIIRELIO E. FLORIO I'lERllI-1R'l' D. COIJLD VIRIQII. R. FLENIINIL. B. S. WIIl'l'NEY C. I'II,TN'l'ING'l'0N, M. S., C. E. NIILU S. KE'I'cHI'xI, C. E., D. Sc. WAI.I.ACE M. LANSFORD, M. S., C. E. IIEOIIGE W.l,ICRI1l.5, B. C. E.. C. E. WFILLIAM II. RAYNI-IR, C. E., M. S. FRED B. Sill-ZLY, M. S. MEMBERS IN CNIVERSITY CHARLES E. HITQHES. JR. VIVIAN G. KAVFNIAN EDGAR J. I,UE'I'zELSr:IIWAIs LEON IWIASLAN FRANK M. NIORKOW RALPII W. IVIUELLER FRANK NOVOTNY, JR. TILFORD A. OLSON iiIIARI.ES O. REINIIARITI' Cu' B. RIIQIITER Delta Theta Epsilon TIIOMAS C. SIIEDD, M. S., C. E. FRANK W. STUIKBS, M. S., C. E. EDWARD W. SIIPPIGER, M. S. ARTIIIIR N. TALDOT, C. E., D. Sc. JANIISON VAWTER, B. S., C. E. CARROLL C. WILEY, B. S., C. E. WILIIUR M. WILSON, M.M.E.,C.E. ELIIIER W. RIIIINOW JAMES C. TOFREK ISDWARD E. VARNUM l'II'GENl-I I.. WITTENIZIJRN l"Il-IRBI-fll'l' C. ZILLY 1920 Alpha Chapter One Active Chapter prornofe high professional Stamlunfs in the field of physical education FACULTY JERONIE J. JORDAN, B. HAROLD E. KPINNEY, M. S. GLENN C. LAW, M. S. JIJSTA M. LINDIQREN, M. S CARI. L. IIUNDCREN, B. S. KING J. NICCRISTAL, A. M. EDWIN J. IWIANLEY IXIILTON M. OLANllER, M. S. HAROLD C. PATERSON, B. S. IIARTLEY D. PRICE, A. M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY NATIIAN S. GREENRERO EDWIN R. HAYES CHARLES K. HEI.FRICK, JR. CIIARLES J. HINIQER ALTIIO M. J ENNINGS, JR. FLOYD W. KERR HARRY KOVAL lWIA'l"l'llEW L. MCBRIDE J. CRAI4. RLRY, A. B. GEORGE T. Sl'Al-'FORll, M. S. SEWARD C. STALEY, Ph. D. WILLIANI J. TREECE, M. S. WENDELL S. WVILSON, B. S. DICK A. OJNI-JILL CECIL C. VOGI-Il.AAR III-:RMAN J. WAl.SER ALEX WOLF SCOTT B. YORK 19" Hulf Brown Olander Price Staley Jackson Greenberg Gould Vogelaar McBride Alstroni Wolf Carek Kerr Hayes I-linger Jennings York Florio Kovail Abraliani Page 453 ,i Giles Anderson Webber King Ruddick Holland Teach Webeck Fuhner Bodman W. Knight Boone Mander Sutherland Founded, University of Illinois, 1904 Alpha Chapter Twenty-three Active Chapters To bring into closer union those men in the profession of Eleclrical Engineering who have manifested a marked ability in fheir Chosen work FACULTY MORGAN BROOKS, Ph. B., M. E. ELMER F. HEATER, B. S. CHARLES T. KNIPP, Ph. D. CARL E. SKRODER, M. S. HUGH A. BROWN, M. S., E. E. CHARLES A. KEENER, M. S., E. E. ELLERY B. PAINE, M. S., E. E. EDWARD H. WALDO, M. S., E. E. HAROLD N. HAYWARD, M. S. AIINER R. KNIGHT,M.E.,M.S.,E.E. ERNEST A. REID, M. S., E. E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SICERED A. ANDERSON NIARION S. HELINI STANLEY C. MADER LUTHER C. RAMER CHESTER L. TEACH ROBERT E. BODMAN JOSEPH HOLLAND THOMAS J. BIARTIN CHARLES K. RCDDICK BIERLE C. TURNEY WILLIAM D. BOONE RICHARD M. KING FRANKLIN C. MILLER HAROLD S. SIIOTT CLARENCE 0. WEBBER ROBERT O. FULMER WILLIAM A. KNIGHT GEORGE W. PICKELS ACHALIS M. SUTHERLAND ALFRED S. WEBECK GEORGE H. GILES Floriculture Club Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 To advance Floricultural knowledge and to promote good fellowship FACULTY DAVID E. WIEGAND One Active Chapter III-IRMAN B. DORNER, M. S. STANLEY W. HALL, B. S. JAMES HUTCHINSON FREDERICK F. WEINARD, Ph. D. JOHN W. AMLING ARNOLD W. ARFSTEN VICTOR N. BALL WALTER N. BROWN HAROLD C. BUSCH FRED G. BUTLER JOHN R. CULBERT ELEANOR DOLCH DONALD K. ECKFELD PARKER J. ERICKSON RALPH M. FISHER LON FOSTER, JR. EMERSON T. GERHART LLOYD A. GODING EDWARD F. GRIMMER MARY E. HOLMES LESTER N. ECK MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY NORMAN W. HOI.SINGER H. PAUL MOORE MARCEI. A. HRNAK, JR. JAMES M. BIORROW WILLIABI H. JOHNSON OSCAR J. NOwI.IN WILLIAM F. KAUFMANN JOHN W. PETRY DONALD E. KRICK ALFRED H. PETSCHKE FRED H. LANGFORD WIl.I.1A3I G. POTSTOCK LUELLA R. MCCORINIICK GEORGE D. PRING EI.MER B. BTCMURRY WILLIAM R. RANDALL NORMAN F. SCHEURER LEW C. SCHMERSAHL EDWARD H. SENG LYNN R. SHOOT ROBERT B. SIECEL JOHN E. SIMPSON CHARLES B. SWEET WILLIAM F. WEBER WALTER E. WELLLIAN Page 454 Holsinger Grimmer Johnson Hall Krick Dorner Brown Langford Ge rhart Foster Siegel Simpson McMurry Petschke Sweet Eck Pring Nowlin Hrnak Pet ry Potstock Weinard Eckfeld Erickson ' Kaufmann I Fisher Wellman Morrow Holmes McCormick Dolch Moore Godmg Amlmg Norton Zeiter Marr Swanson Kerr 0IIIiet:Inski McGl.:Ido Smith CoIIuwa,y Klee I-'inc Nelson Dnlhey Cody Cox Mugan Gamma lpha Chi Founded, University of Missouri, 1920 Delta Chapter Eight Active Chapters To promote bromler and higher interests in adIIertisirIg as a profession for women FACULTY DIARY C. CODY HELEN E. CONAWAY E. ROSEMARY Cox BI-Il.'I.AH M. DAI.IlEY LOIS E. DAVIS FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND Al.'I'A G. SAIINDERS, A. M. MEM BEHS IN UNIVERSITY BERNNIE A. FINE DOROTIIY I.. KI-QRR i':I.I-QANOR W. KLI-IE FRANI:Es I.ANc:E CllARl.0'l"I'Ii A. Nil BIARY J. INJAGAN BE'I"I'Y B. IAIANLEY JANE E. INIARR DIARY E. INIARTIN I.oI'IsE Ni-LLSEN 1fII.ADI-I Gargoyle JAIERRY K. NORTON VICTORIA OMIETANSKI IAIARCARET J. REESE CATHERINE E. SMITH DOROTHEA M. SWANSON PAI'LA 0. ZEITER Active Chapters Founded, Cornell University, 1902 Beta Chapter Three To recognize and promote sclIa1astic achievement among students in architecture FACULTY JAMES E. BRANCH, B. S. Ri-LXFORD NEVIEOMR, A. M., M. Arch., A. I. A. LORING H. PROVINE, B. S., A. E. ARTHUR F. DEABI, B. Arch., F. A. A. R. THOMAS E. O.DONNEl.I., M. Arch. JOIIN E. SVVEET, B. S. FRANK M. LESCHER, B. S. CYRUS E. PALMER, M. Arch. EDMUND F. TOTH, B. S. NEIVLIN D. BIORGAN, M. S., C. E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANCIS M. BARON IIARI. R. GAIRINI: AIORTON A. NEWCOMB SAVO M. SIOSHITCH WILLIAM T. BLANN DEAN F. HILFINGER WII.I.IA3I F. NEWKIRK FRED V. TRAYNOR DAVID R. CERVIN C. HOIIERT JOIINSON ARTIII'R E. RIGOLO MAX 0. URBAHN JOHN W. DAVIS GEORGE F. FRITZINGER IIILDINIQ N. JOIINSON I.EoN SELIGSON GORDON J. I.l5Dl. JAER W. VAN NESS JOHN S. WINBIGLER -:ar -an Rigolo BIIIIIII Hiliinger Winbigler G. Johnson Fritzinger H. Johnson Seligson Cervin Stoshitch I.inIll Newkirk G-airing Sweet Toth Lescher Pnl Incr Morgan Davis Traynor Page 455 Butler 3IOIltg'0l1l9l'Q' KIISCII BzIuL-I' Mzxdden Ulifflfll . Hilflflml Seymour Engel Belting Putnam Kunz Shmn Goddard Scarruit Svovill Brock M. Huber Herbst SutlIerl:IIul Shepard Lewis I. Huber FOI-ih Wiechert Bixby Terry Logan Palfrey likilllllllllll N. Gourley Gault Capertou Bell Burns F. Gourley Gregory Wyrick Gregorian Literary Society Founded, University Of Illinois, I9l3 To rlcrelop to the lziglzvst degree the literary, f7llLS1.Cll1, and other rullurul intere A. ELIZABETH BAUER A. INTARGARET BELL NATALIE M. BELTING CARMALETA I. BIXIIY BERNICE C. BROCK CIIRISTINE BUCHIIOLZ BIARION L. BURNS JANET M. BUTLER JOAN L. CAPERTON Founded, University Of 7,11 l'll.0lSE ABY BLBNICE G. ADAMS Bl-IULAH ALT Cl-IRALDINE ANDERSON MARGARET' ANDERSON YIVIAN V. ANDERSON HARRIETT L. BARR!-L'I"l' IIELIEN E. BENNETT HELEN L. BERCER YIOLET V. BLOUAU INIARJORIE M. BOE EI'EI.YN BRINEY NIARTIIA E. BROTIII-:RS TIIEA A. BIIER llEI.EN E. BERT JANE CABLE l'll.lZAlSl-1'l'lI A. CARSON liA1IllEl. CARSON RUTH E. CUGDAI. INIARGARI-IT D. DIIQRSON ,JANE B. ENGEL NORMA FLOYD ELEANOR V. FORTH AIARGARET J. GAULT ELEANOR GUDDARD FRANCES M. GOURLEY NORMA M. COIIRLEY FACULTY JEAN M. Fllil,Dl:2R, A. M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CATHERINE E. GREGORY JANE E. HADDEN ALICE B. HERIIST IRNIA C. llI'IsER DIARY F. HI'Bl-QR ENIILY D. KASIQII ANNANIARIE KI'Nz INIAIKGARI-Tl' L. LEHMANN ALTA H. LEWIS ELOISI-3 E. LOGAN EI.IzAIIE'I'II R. INIADDEN One Active Chapter sts of its members IYIARY J. SCOVILL RUTH C. SEYMOUR JEAN S. SHEPARD ALLEGRA C. NIONTGOMERY SARAH E. SHINN GERALDINE M. INICRPHY VIRGINIA PALFREY DORIS M. PI'TNAII JEANNI-I L. SCARRATT . ,, 1 , ,,,i,,0iS, .902 Home ILOOIIOIIIIOS Club furilzer the irzlvrcsls of, and promnle good fvllowslzip among home economics HELEN E. COIIEN NIILDRI-LD C. IIURNI-1l.lU5 IIELEN M. CI'R'I'IS CATHERINE R. DAVIS M. JANE DEARING L. AIAVRINE DELONG CLARINDA M. DOIISON IIONNA M. DLNIIANI EVELYN DCNSCUBIB VELRIA M. EIIQIIORN JANICE f3II.I.l'1'l"I'E GRETCIIEN GROSIIALI. GLADYS IIECK ARLENE HODILSON JEANNE'I"I'E A. IIODSUN AIARY E. IIOIAIE CATHRYN J. l'll'tQlll-IS XIARY M. ILES ll0llO'l'lIY M. IRWIN FACULTY DIARY W. BEANI, B. S. STI-lI.I.A C. MI'NI:ER, M. S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY IXIARY J. lRvIIN HELEN M. .ll'1RVlS M. AIIIEEN JOHNSON ELNIA C. JOIINSON IVIARY K. JONES AIARGAIIHI' M. KELLY LUGILLE A. KERN KARLENI-I M. KIPI' HELEN J. KIRK ROSE E. LA BOND HELEN B. LOEQIIER INIARGARET L. LUTZ LOIS C. lNIlil'll.VAlN CIlARl,U'l"I'l-1 A. INICGLADE GRACE IXICINIAIIUN MILI,IIiEN'I' li. AIARSHALI, LOIS L. MA'I"I'Ix M. EI.IzAIIE'I'II MA'l"I'IX CATIIERINI-3 F. AIIES IIELEN ll. INIIES MARY L. INIILLER VERNE'I"I'E E. IVIITCIIELI. IYIARY T. NI-LWLIN VIRGINIA E. OREIII NIAKY I-I. PERKINS GENEVIEVE M. PETERSON flUINCl-I'li'l'A IJOLITO l'lS'I'El.l,E A. POSKOZIAI BETTY PRICE lilT'l'll E. RATIIEST INIILDRED M. READ ALICE C. RIIZE AIAXINI-1 ROIIERTSON JEAN ROBINSON E. YIULA ROIHSON FLORENCE L. ROZIN flI,AXlllNl-I RI"I'z HENRIETTA J. SALTSIIAN INIARGARET C. SUTHERLAND ANGELINE M. TERRY .JEAN WIEAYER ELNUR K. WIECHERT B. BEATRICE VIHYYRICK One Active Chapter sfurlcrzls ANITA R. SCHNAIIIJ llllR1ST1NE SCHROY flllARI.0T'l'E M. SIIIITII CYNTHIA H. STOCKER ILARULYN L. STRUBINGI-IR IIILLIAN V. SWEARINIQEN l-ILLEN TERRY MARGARET B. THIEI. l'll.UISE THOMAS HELEN M. WALDORI' HENRIETTA WI-IERRY KA'l'llEBlNE A. WHITE NIYRA E. WHITI-'ORD BARBARA WINNINLGS EDITII WWOLF KATIIRYN I. WYOLI-'l-I LOIS H. ZININIERNIAN Anderson DIIIISQOIIIII C. Mies DC2ll'lIlJ.f Kelly ZllllIllt'l'lllZLIl M. Irwin NVOlfe XVlIeI'ry VV0lf Rutz McMahon Boe BlOd:Iu Berger Robinson Robison 'l'll0lll2lS Barrett HOIISOII Brothers D. Irwin M. Anderson Hughes Smith Jervis Brincy A. .IOIIIISOII Schroy E. .lUllllSUll Groslmll Price Schnapp Rosin Heck McElvain lflichorn II. Mies Swe:IriII,feII Jones Terry Stocker Par: JIU Amlcrsoii Mutlncrs Wollanil Foinbellc Smith Pcverly Paddock V A Harrison Y ' llurrougxlis Strung Alleon Conlin S. IA6Illll1llll'1 Urquhart Ixlllle Y VL right . Lane Armstrong McMilleII Trislcr Kennedy Gray Miller Poirot Templeton Muminert MCVII-kan' Allen H Oof and Horn Club Founded, University of Illinois, 1910 One Active Chapter To create f6llUll.'S1Il'fJ anzong livestock nzm MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOHN C. ALISON FRANKLIN H. Al.l.IEN KIENZIE W. AIIIION llARvEY W. ANDERSON ROBERT D. ARMSTRONG BERNARD B. BOIIREN .IANII-:s L. BRIIN EH WISE BLTRROIWLIIS CHARLES M. CHRISTY G. WAYNE l,illI'lilIllll.L RICHARD L. CUNLIB FRED A. DAIIIR ROMAN B. DAIIMIIS EDNIEND C. DAILY ,JOHN R. EDNIONDS HI'lll-IRT J. FOBIBELLE OWEN A. FORDHANI GORDON GRAY RUliliR'l' M. HARRISLJN FRANK D. HOBLIT .IOIIN A. HOIILIT IRVINIL Nl. HIGGINS HAROLD F. KENNEDY KERRIIT E. KLINE CIIARLES K. LANE ALVIN S. LEHYIANN SELMAR L. LEHMANN EARL M. I.l"l'Z BERT M. NICKIEE DONALD F. ixIChIll.l.l-IN BERIYIE L. MCNAIIII NIALCOBI H. MIIVICKAR JOHN A. MATIIERS CARL L. DIILLI-IR W. CARROLL NlI'xINIER'1' HAROLD W. NOLEN BIORRIS E. I,AllDllIK DIQRWARD J. I'ADDoEIi W. ROBERT Pl-I'l'ERSON RALPH B. PEVERLY KGFHIHOS founded, University of Illinois, 1915 Illinois Chapter To pranmtv and emphasize scholarship and clzumcter i FA CIF LTY CIIAHLES L. PIATT PAUL L. POIROT LEONARD SASS ROIIERT A. SAWYER CARL F. SMITH IVIELVIN R. STENGEI. CARY F. STRANC 'FIIUMAS L. TENIIJLETO J. I.Yl.l-I TRISLER NORMAN URQITIIART RICHARD S. VANINGER EDGAR F. WALBORN VERNON L. WOLLAND F. VEIINE WRIGHT N Four Active Chapters Vl the thoughts of Ceramic students ANDREW I. ANDREWS, Ph. D. RALI-'1lK.HlfHSll, B. S. CLLLEN W. PARIIELEE, BI. S. ALFRI-JD E. BADGER, M. S. CLYDE L. 'l'IIOIII,soN, Nl. S. MEMBERS IN IINIVERSITY .JACK C. BELL EI'I.ENE E. HOWE WILLIAM R. NIIIRGAN R. RI'ssELL Slll-LRRILI. RALPH E. Bizvis WVILNIDELI. P. KEl'liH JOSEPH A. I'AsR ROIII:R'I' P. STEVENA QIIIARLES W. llENsOx IiENNl-f'I'll 11. LYON WILLIAYI 1'. VF.-XRD .I Q? 'J' 1 v X., A f J... X Y 2 3 I k XV:Irrl 'IiillllllDSUll Lyon Sherrill Keith Stevens Hursli I'ill'lll1'I0l' lluwe Bziilgcr Page 457 l-'islwr Roper Houpcrt Roche Brown Alniel l.eGrand Mil-liels Slielford Oliver Hilton Seitlel Scala Miclmurl Hoync Arlkisson Mulculin Oyen Dix Pc-ilc Marlo Wzullley Lewis Lnefller Williznns Huie Le Cerele Frangals Founded. Lliiiversity Of Illinois One Active Ch To further lhe knozrlealgc of France and of the Frwirfi language FACULTY KATIIRYN I. ALLEN, A. M. GEORGE R. HILTON, A. M. THOMAS E. OLIVER, Ph. D. I. HENRI AIIIEL, A. M. FELIX LEGRAND, A. M. ALPHONSE V. ROQI-IE, A. M. KATIIRYN Ii. ADKISSON JINE BAUCIIMANN III-IRTRVDE M. BEDARD JEANNE R. BEDARD MARY H. BOLEY IAIARRIET V. BRADIIIJRY GEORGE B. BROWN SIIIRLEY W. DAY LENORA M. Dix AlARGL'1-lRl'l'l1 ,l. DYE lNlAl-l EDWARDS 'Flll-IRESA C. IERI.II:II Rl-IGIIYALD F. FIEIIER .l EAN HOI'PERT Al.-ARY W. IIOYNE IDA M. Hlflll lll'1l.l-IN F. IAIIRSON HAROLD W. .l OIINSON M ARGARI-l'l' W. ,IONES Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY lVlARt1AllE'l' KAlll,P1Il ,ll'l.lA li. LEWIS I'Il.lZAlll-L'l'H F. LOEI'FLER AIAIA A. lxlljl..-XITtilll.lN AIARGARET I. RIAIJIJICN lNlAIl.IORlE lNlAll'Ill l,lA'l'llliRlNE P. lVlAl.lIOLM ALIIEHT H. MALO AlAlllE L. AIICIIAITD LIzr:RETIA M. MII:IIEI.s PIIYLLIS E. MONR VAVA V. NTVNSUN ROSALIN T. NATIIAN Bl-IA'l'RIlfE NEWAIAN Sllllil.l-IY OYEN ANN li V. PANIERI I.. ,IIINETTE PEILE FRANI:Is P. PRI-TYI-1 u Kappa . ,lpha To elzvoumgc' sflzularslzip and musical vulture FACULTY STELLA R. PERIZIVAL, B. Mus. GEORGE F. SEIIWARTZ, A. M. FREDERII: B. STIVEN, B. Mus., MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CAROLYN H. BERT MI1.DI'RN E. CAREY I.I'I:ILLE K. HANssEN BIAIILUN B. AIERCER IIOKAINE J. BERT LAVON COOLAIAN ADA D. HENRY ELIZABETH A. AIOSIMAN ELIZABETH A. BILSIIORROW DEWEY M. DAWSON EILEEN A. JASPER TERLAN M. PAI'L DOROTHY S. BULL LOUIS L. DURFLINGER ITAROLD A. JOHNSON W. LEON REEDER VIRGINIA BRIDGES ALMA H. FRESE HELEN J. KURT VIRGINIA M. SAVAILE FIELEN M. BUCHER DOROTHY M. GOLDSTIITH NANCY RILEY JOIIN l'. RUPER X'IOLE'l' I. SIIALA HTILEN M. SEELIIAYER AIAY SEIDEL LOIS F. SIIELFORD SIIIRLI-IY L. TURNER IVIARGARIYI' E. W.ADlJI1Y JOSEIAIIINE WYALLER L. KIARIUN WILLIAMS apter One Active Chapter A. A. Cf. 0. EDITH I.. SPENCER NELLIE M. STUART LOUISE TAYLOR SAMUEL M. TRICKEY ALICE TROUTT HAROl.D H. WICH I age .QSM Durrlingrci' Carey L. Bert Dawson 'l' rickcy Bi lsbo rrow C. Bert I Taylor Stun rt Troutt Jasper Musnnain Boll AME Florelh Carlson Englis Goebel Dolan Greeley Rapp Bezuner Scott Fnsh VV:I!son Long Boyd Truppc Allyn O Beta Pi Founded, University of Illinois, I9I4 Alpha Chapter To pronmtf a more intimalc relatiurzsfifp among Pre-Mvzlical slullvrzts FA CU LTY Ll-LYERI-1T'l' A. ADAMS, Ph. D. WILLIAM F. IIIIIIEISEI., A. M. JOSEPH H. BEARD, M. D., A. M. CARI. S. INIARVI-IL, Ph. D. DUANE T. ICNGLIS, Ph. D. ROIIERT F. PAI'oN, Ph. D. COLEMAN R. GRIFFITII, Ph. D. WVALIJO SIIIWIWAY, Ph. D. IIARLOXX W. ADI-25 RIEIIARD ALLYN LENDALL D. ARCHER XVILLIAM C. BAKER PARKER R. BEAMER IloIsAR'I L. Born ALvIN J. CARl.soN PA'1'RIr:Ic T. DoLAN JAMES C. FASII JELE5 W. FI,oRETH gi Sf- Shezig-:ren Hutchinson Hoheisel Six Active Chapters FRED H. TURNER, Ph. D. IIARLEY J. VAN CLEAVE, Ph. D. GEORGE I. WALLACE, Ph. D. FLOYD R. WVATSON, Ph. D. MEM BERS IN UNIVERSITY Lows ll. GKPEQIIPII. RonER'I' H. GREELEY JoIIN J. HIITIQIIINSON, JR. RoIsER'l' C. LINIIEIIORG CARI. S. Lon., JR. I.OWlfll.I. Y. OZNIIEINT WVILLIANI E. RAM' STIJARI' D. RUICIJER WILLIAM M. S1:o'I"I' Phi Chi Theta Founded. Columbia University, I924 Sigma Chapter To promote llzc interest of women in business MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JoIIN W. SIIEAGREN WILLIAM A. SIIMMERS SIDNEY T. 'IIRAPPI-I JoHN C. VANDERVORT Twenty-one Aotive Chapters Ii. AIAUDI-INE BLOUGII RIJIII GERMAN PHILOWIENA I.. IxIARQl'AlllJ'Ii I'II.SIE I. IWIINIPZR HUIII E. SLIIJINCER IzEYL M. BROWN ELEANOR B. GIIIIDARD FRANCES L. MASIIJKUS GI-INEYA M. SEYLER I.oUIsE A. vVP1S'l'l'lRlSEI-IK IJUROTIIY M. FREIN FILEEN B. KEBIBER LEIJNA B. XII-ZEIIE CARIILINE Z1-INll'lEl. 39 ,.. , . If' Fruin Goddard Marquurrlt Mnsiokus QQ Zcmple Moore Slidinger Westerbcck Svyler Kember Brown Page 459 Bert Schlitz Hlk'l'4lllQ'IllU5 Glass AVXIDHII Cz1111phell A. Trivkey Durtlingcr Scymours A. Cohen S. COTIQII Shawl Johnson DIl'kIll2lH l.c1111:1r1l Metcalf Stlven DvOr:1k .I. Cohen Kessler Carey Dawson Bulliett MCDOWQII S. Trickey Huber Hannp Holmes Hulick l , I I I PIII Mu ,. lpha-w IIITOIIIH FO11nde1l. New If11g1I11114I Collse-1'vutOry. 190l Alpha Xi Chapter Fifty-one Active Chapters To dewlup fraternal spirii, Ilze nlutual zwlfure of IIIILYIK' sluflewls, llllll tim lldl'IlIll'l?l!18Vlf of musir in .flrrlerivo 1' A111 I.'l'Y AR1'111'R Ii. CO111:N, B. Mus. LANSON F. D1311111Nc. B. Nlllh. RAYMOND F. DVORAK, B. S., B. Mus. DONALD A. GROSSRIAN, LL. B. LEROY R. HAI111' A. AUS'1'1N HARD1NG, B. Mus. WALTLR I.. HOOSA, A. B. GEORGE F. Sc11wAR1'z, B.M11S.. A. B. IiAY I. SHAWI., NI. S. SHERMAN SC1-1OON31AR1:R, B. Mus. LRONARD L. STI-LINILEY. Ph. D. FR1:D1sR1c B. S'1'1v1:N, B. Mus., A. Al RALP11 M. IIOLM1-ZS, A. Nl. FRANK T. JOHNSON OSBAR A. KU1s1'1'z, Ph. D. HA11: L. N1:w1:O111:R. M. S.. C. P. A. ROR1g11'1' E. NORRIS, A.M. GRAHAM LJVI-IHLZARD, B.M11S. GR.-XDL'A'I'E STUDENTS ll1rD1:R'1 K1:sS1.1:R JOHN G. MR'1'1:A1.F NIFNIBERS IN IQNIYERSITY Nl1:1.v1N I.. BA1.1.11:TT INTII.l!L'RN IC. CAREY EDWARD CLASS TTICIIAIKD S. LEONARD LU1'1111R L. S11:1115Rs LORA1N1: J. BERT D1:1113Y Nl. DAWSON RO1112RT 11. H11LRONYx11'S PHILII' W. AICDOWI-lLL ALD1-JN H. TR1cK1gY ll11RA1.D l'. BOR1:111:RD'1' K11RN W. DICKNIAN FR1:11 ,l. lI1'111:R LEROY 54IlllI.'lIZ SAMVI-Il. M. TR1cK1:1' LU'1'111:R S11YN1O11Rs BYRON B. WYNIAN Club To promote llvller umferstarzzlirlg bclweerz Anzericran and Filipino sludenls, and lo promote feflozvslzip and sclzolazrship lllllilllg its IIIUIIIIDPVS FACULTY PRDRO T. ORATA, Ph. D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Philippine Illini RO111-:R'1' B. CA1111'11131.1. I.O1'1S I.. D11R1'1.1Nf.1gR Founded, Lfniversity of IIIi11OiS, 1918 Two Active llh R1zA1. D. ABRINA ,IVAN F. BAN1Q1'1:D XIAXINIINO B. DL lL1'zN1AN BIARIANO V.0s11ENA CAND1:1.AR1O M. ALM!-LNDRAS JA1:1N'1'O E. CATBAGAN VINDA A. ORATA MAR1ANO R. l'A1.AROAN SANTIAGO DEL C. APANY LRALDO V. CORPIIZ TOMAS SADDA11 1. O. upters De GHZIIIZIII Buniqllecl 0511101111 l'. Urzxtn .XIIIICIILIHIS RIICFZL Cilfbilgllll l'ilIilI'0Rlll Corpuz S:1dd:1111 C:1rlOc'k Apzlny V. 01':1h1 Ahrina Page 460 Dilfenbaugh Birkieht A. Carlson Rasinussen Lazear Mneintire Willard Leutwiler Casberg West Strakosh Osman Esch Foster Losee Mohn Stein G off Ham Groundwater I. Seely Burr Allgaier Dart Hosford Uravec Yates R. Seely B. Carlson Rutf Betts P1 Tau S1gma Founded, University of Illinois, 1916 Alpha Chapter Sixteen Active Chapters To foster the high ideals of the mechanical engineering profession FACULTY CARL H. CASBERG, B. S., M. E. ALONZO P. KRATZ. M. S. JOSEPH A. POLSON, B. S., M. E. WILLIADI N. ESPY, M. S. OSCAR A. LEUTWILER, B. S., M. E. WILLIAM H. SEVERNS, M. S. JOHN A. GOEF, Ph. D. HORACE J. INTACINTIRE, M. M. E. ARTHUR C. WILLARIJ, B. S. CLARENCE W. HAINI, M. E. PAUL E. MOHN, M. S., M. E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOSEPH M. ALLGAIER BERT A. CARLSON WINNIE N. FOSTER EMIL C. ORAVEC RALPH W. SEELY WILBUR W. BETTS THOMAS P. DART WILLIAM H. GROUNDWATERWILLIAM J. OSMAN CLARENCE H. STEIN E. ROY BIRKICHT HERBERT D. DIFFENBAUGH WIl.I.IANI F. HOSFORD CLARENCE T. RASMUSSEN WAL1'ER C. STRAKOSH LAUREN R. BURR GLADDEN H. ESCH RALPH W. LAZEAR JOHN W. RUEF CLARENCE WEST ALBERT E. CARLSON BIAURICE K. FAIINESTOCK GENE W. LOSEE IRVING R. SEELY CIIARLES P. YATES Sigma , lpha Iota Founded, University of Michigan, 1903 Sigma Della Chapter Sixty-Seven Active Chapters To form bodies of representative women who shall by their musical interest uphold the highest ideals of a musical education FACULTY VELMA I. KITCHELI., B. Mus., B. S. KATIIRYN J. SUTHERLIN, A. B. EDITII USRY, B. Mus., A. M., F. A. G. O GRADUATE STUDENT HELEN J. KURT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MAYIIELLE K. ADAMS ELIZABETH DRYSDALE HELEN E. JACKSON ESTHER V. INIEDLEY RACHEL E. AUSTIN NEVA P. GLOYD EILEEN A. JASPER LILLIAN W. NIELSEN MARGARET BATES DOROTHY M. GOLDSMITH VIRGINIA H. KNIGHT TERLAN M. PAUL CAROLYN H. BERT FLORENCE HAZZARD E. ALBERTA NICCLARA ISAIIELLE S. ROSEN NELLIE M. STUART SELNIA E. SUMMERS DOROTHY TRAFTON Summers Kurt Adams Usry Nielsen Drysdale Be rt Austin Goldsmith Medley McClara Bates Gloyd 'I' raf ton Jackson Hazzard Paul Knight Stuart Jasper Rosen Page 461 BIFNIBERS IN L'NIVFRSI'I'Y McDowell Kohn Kaar Kiler Crouse A ' 4 ' DIQIIIH Delta PI Founded, University of fIzIIiforIIia, 1919 Lambda Chapter Twenty-five Avtivc Chapters To stfnzulalz' inlerest in Spanish l1.fFl'llIUJl'. flanguagf, and culture FACULTY FRANCIS O. AD.-XN1,,JII., A. B., NI. L. DIARY DAl.I.l-IRA, A. M. JVLIANNA KOZNIA. A. B. KATIIRYN I. AI.I.I:N. A. M. MA1'II.III: A. ELLIES, A. M. LOIIISII F. I.OIR:Ig, A. M. LUIS AVILIES, JR., A. M. CAM!-IRON C. CIII.I.I1'I"I'I:, Ph. D.. B. Mus. WII.I.IANl S. ROIIERISON, Ph. D. TIIONIAS F. BLNNRR, FII. D. AII'I'III'R HAMILTON, Ph. D. FRANK I.. S'I'I:vI:Ns, Ph. D., D. Sc. LIQONARIJ BRISTOW, Ph. D. CLORLI: R. HILTON. A. M. JOHN H. IJ'I'I.IiY, A. M. J. JJVKII BI'RxI:R, Ph. D. JAIAIttLARE'l' KIDIIER, A. NI. JOHN VAN HORNE, Ph. IJ. JJAYIII H. CARNAIIAN. Ph. D. JOIIN R. XYUI Nc, A. Nl. MEINIBI-IRS IN LNIYFRSITY FRANcI1s C. IIROIISL JOSRIIIIINII K. HARRINtl'I'4lN J'JRtIIl.lA KlI.PIR I.OIs F. SIILLFORI1 LINIIA FI'I'zAGI2RAI.n JOHN H. HARTSOCK fNlAR'I'IIA I.. KOHN AR'I'III'R YOUNG ALICE A. LJILI. FR.-kN4TI1SJ,.JQAAR PIIIl.l.ll' W. MQDoIII1I.I. AI'ImRIiY Z. WYENDLANIJ Q Y It y nton Follllded, I'IIivc-rrity of Illinois. 1925 Alpha Chapter Two AI-tive Chapters Tu pmnzote zz l.'f'm'1If'r interest in ffm svience of rmliu F A CU LT Y J,AYlD G. BOIIRILIN, Ph. D. IIAROLII ENCERUD, A. B. HVIQII A. BROVNEN, NI. S.. li. E. STANLI-IY L. JAMES, A. B. DAVIII IC. CHAPMAN, 31.5. JOSEPH H. CANNON BERT A. AJARLSUN NORMAN F. tII.ARIcI-: TIIOMAS P. DART GEOIIGI3 A. DIJNIIART WLSLLY L. EIIIIY I.UI'I5 J. FOIIII CHARLES 'l'. KNIPP, Ph. D. CARL E. SRROIIIIR. Nl. S. JOSLIIII T. TYKOCINILR. F. F. JJAYTUN K. FI'IQA'I'I: VRIILS GRAVESIIIIN VVILLIAM W. HINNSIIAW FI.IIRI-tl: W. IIOI'I.II NIAIJK C. JONI:s BRI QI: A. KIM: RIIIIIVZIII' XI. RINO NOIKIEI. II. KOER'l'tQE EITILILNIJ K. ILANGINJN DONALII R. LARIMLR CIIARLI-IS B. LONG B. SNIITII AICJBOIQIZAI. JOIIN Nl. NASH AL G. LJYI-1li'l'UN AR'I'HI:II I.. PIJIERS AVII.I.I!-I F. JJIIILLIPS EDNIUNII A. RIIIIWALD JOIIN I.. RYIII: JAAIILS ll. SKUHCZ DAN J. SI'I.I.Ix'AN EIIWARII A. 'l'IxIw1 CI1RAI.D B. Tllllll MAI.cOI.3I K. Tu ILIIILLL JACK M. WAINsI:OI'T LLOYD J. xY,Al.I7IION A. WINSION XYFI.I.S FIA-tum r SGW 1'- XVIIJIIFCII Dart Gravcstein DOIIJIZITI I.aIriIIIer Kucrtge Cannon Eddy Hough Peters LEITIKLJUII Jones Fuhr Wainscott Fugate Timm Chapman Page .562 McClain Rice Dunteinun Parsons G-my St. Gerinuin Mentz Stuinpf Smith McVuugh .IOIIIISOII Mounce Poor Dmgoo Ilodsdon Filson Ryniker Bowen Th t S' Ph' Founded, University of Washingtoii, 1909 Pi Chapter Thirty-eight Active Chapters INIARY L. BOWEN JEAN E. DRACO0 ELEANOR A. DUNTEMAN KA'1'HERINE C. FILSON PHYLLIS E. GRAY To honor outstanding women in the School of Journalism. to nzalre definite contribution to the Cause of better journalism, and to assist its members to real !lL'lIll?l'l'll18I7l in the held of letters MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CLARE A. RIENTZ TIIELMA NIOIQNCE JUNE E. PARSONS DOROIAIIY L. POOR I.l'CY E. HARWI RIYTH E. HODSDON NIARIE F. JOIINSON RIVIII G. RICCLAIN M. NIAXINE RICYAIFGH r 1 Theta 1 au Founded, University of Minnesota, 1904 Kappa Chapter To maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, a FACULTY THOMAS J. DOLAN, M. S. EVERETT E. KING, A. B., M. C. E. JAMES J. DOLAND, M. S., C. E. OSCAR A. LEUTWILER, B. S., C. E. ALBERT M. JORGENSEN, M. S., E. M. WIILLIABI J. PUTNAM, M. S., M. E. WII.LIABI F. BARNES, JR. RICIIARD H. GILES JOIIN W. BAUR JOIIN H. BRADISII, JR. ROBERT F. CHRISTENSEN ROMAINI-I B. HUTTON G. HOWARD ESCH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY DAVID E. KIRKPATRICK PAIIL Il. LAIIIIS GENE W. LOSEE ARTIIIIR C. NAUMAN GORDON O. POIIL HENRY G. HEUBACH WII.I.IANI P. HOFFMAN VIVIAN G. KAIIFMAN BARBARA F. RICE ELLEN L. RYNIKI-LR M. ELEANOR ST. GERMAIN BETTY S. SMITII RIARY I. STUMI-E Twenty-four Active Chapters nd to unite them in fraternal fellowship THOMAS C. SIIEDD, M. S., C. E. JAMISON O. YAW'l'ER, B. S., C. E. WILBUR M. WILSON, M. M. E., C. E. RORER1' C. REIMANN CHARLES O. REINIIARDI' H. STANLEY SIIO'I"r JACK W. TASSICR EIICENE L. Wl'l"l'EINiilJRN, JR. Losee Esch Hcubncli Labus Shott Bnnr Giles Kuufinan Dolnnd RC-iinann Hoffman Barnes Pohl Wittenborn Kirkpatrick Reiiihairdt Page 463 HE ILLIO OF 1' qt I X ffj-9 M " V2 Q53 1 9 3 4 .9 , , 'W M .469 Z f I xg 'Q 4 + as + QER . INDEX AND ADVERTISEMENTS Page 466' Index Of Advertisers AMERICAN COLORTYPE COMPANY . AMERICAN CABINET COMPANY . BRYANT AND STRATTON . BUSEY STATE BANK . CABLE PIANO COMPANY . . COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY . DEERE AND COMPANY . . FALSTAFF BREWING CORPORATION . FRAME DENTAL COMPANY . GENERAL ELECTRIC X-RAY CORPORATION . ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY . ILLINOIS TERIIIIINAL RAILROAD . KLEIN PRINTING COMPANY . . NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY . PEABODY COAL COMPANY . RAYMOR, PAUL STONE, LTD. . RITTER DENTAL COMPANY . SPINNER BROTHERS COMPANY . WHITE DENTAL COMPANY . Abbey. I A Abarba11el, S. X. J. M ...... Ruth E ..... Abeles, Abeling, Helen J. .. Abernathy, F. R. ...... Abernathy, Mary E.. .. . Abma, Sharmey ...... Abraham, G. E. ........ . Abrams, Ge11evieve M. .. Abrina, Rizal D. ...... . Aby, E A cacia lolse Accountancy Club .. Achaea ............ Acker, Acker, H. G. .... . J. W ..... .. Ackerman, W. L.... Ackma 11, R. G. ................. . DEX OF PERSONS A D IfIfi56 .270, Activities ......... . ........... . . . . Acton, Acton, Adam, Adil111S, Ad2l1I1S, Adams. Adams, Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams, Adams H. H....240, 256, 318, 323, O. VV. ...................... . F. 0. ....................... . A. .......... . Burnice G.. . .. D. E. ....... . E. M. ...... .. , Florence I. , Isabel ........ , Leverett A. , Lois J. .... . Louis A. . .....'2.5'9., l .44, 344, .M. V. ..................... . Adams, Madeline J. ................. . Adan1s, Maybelle K..40, 41, 44, 271, 305, Adams Adams: R. ............ . ........... .. w. B.. .....................,. '3'2'9A, ' . 44, 352 1 219, 384. 322 Eslsif 440 151i 1141 ' 270, .34-9, .44 437, 345, 356 1 - "Adding Machine, The" .... ............. Adelman, H. ......................... .44, Adelphia National Literary Fraternity .... Adler, Aden, Drusilla ........................... Ades, H. W. ...........,.............. 44, Adis, G. W. ........... ...188, Adkisson, Kathryn E.. .. ...227, Adler, Frances J. ....................... . Adler, J. I. ......................... 270, Pearl H. .................... . 45, 156, Administrative Omc Aeolia ............ Ag Dance ........ ers of the University.. Agnew, Carolyn J.... 367 Agnew, T. L. ...... . Agree, Melba ........ Agriculture Council ..... Ahlering, Dorothy Al1ly, Juanita ......... Aimone, P. J. .... . . .. Ainsworth. R. B.... Ainsworth, R. C .... Akema Akin, Albert, nn, T. K. . ...... . C. T .... . Alberts, J. 0. .... . Albig, J. W. ...... . Albrecht, Lucille .. Alcestis .......... Aldrich, R. J. ...... . Aleksiun, Helen D. .................. . A thletic Association 358 Barrasl . . . . .44. . f f 44,' '347,' .'f44.' 3311- . 1 Iibf 1551. 244, Alessi, N. P. .......,............. 41, 44, Alexander, Elberta J .... 120, 121, 243, 284, Alexander, H. L. ....................... . Alison, J. C. ......... ............. . .373. Allaier. J. M. ....... .... . Alleman, Norville J.. .. . . Allen, Angeline M. .... ........ . . Allen, C. L. ........ ....... 3 33, Allen, Darleen A. .. .......... Allen, F. ........ . ..247, 373, Allen, G. A. .... .......... . Allen, J. L. .... .344, Allen, J. T. .. .... .... 3 40. Allen. Kathryn 1. . .... 458, Allen, Rosemary . . ..... . . Allen, W. C. .... .... . Allen, W. H. .. . .. Allgaier, J. M.. .. . .. Allison, L. ..... . . . . . . . . Allison, 0. ..... Allman. 0. L. ....... .... 4 4, 156, Allyn, R ....... .......... .... 1 9 7, 385, Almen. Anna K. von... ....... 331, Almendras, C. M. ..... . Alpha Chi Omega .... Alpha Chi Rho . . . . Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta Pi ..... Alpha Epsilon Phi .. Alpha Epsilon Pi ..... Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Kappa Kappa Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Kappa Psi ....... Alpha Lambda Delta . Alpha Omicron Pi .... Alpha Phi ........,. 240 381 436 418 348 418 227 453 226 460 456 356 440 227 442 395 44 440 235 441 378 462 179 456 194 343 412 227 459 412 401 332 412 461 358 448 278 327 450 409 -l-59 340 458 432 384 432 33 226 294 408 385 422 260 425 428 403 365 365 440 322 373 44 364 227 227 390 437 288 412 340 457 44 330 410 345 410 457 44 448 348 462 428 383 351 461 440 343 176 459 423 460 411 375 358 371 418 422 382 420 359 126 385 450 331 416 427 Alpha Rho Chi Alpha Sigma Nu .. Alpha Sigma Phi .... Alpha Tau Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Zeta ....... Alschuler, E. S.... Alstrom, W. O.. .. Alt, Beulah .... Altier, P. A. ....... . ....45, 190, Altman, Anne A. .. Altman, R. S. ............. 45, 354, Altmansberger, L. C ..... 45, 301, 329, Altorfer, E. J ........ 403, 441, 440, 318, Alyea, L. F. ............... 252, 287, Ambrosius, E. E. .... . American Institute of Chemical Engineers Amerman, Ames, G. Amiel, J . J. D. ..... . C ..... . H.... Amling, J. Ammon, M. W ...... Andalman, A. ...... . Andermann, Dorothy Andermann, Marion M.... Andersen, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, G. C. ..... . A. G. Amelia L. C. M. Charles R. Charlotte C. Chester R. .... .. E. R. 320, ....247, 397, 359, .42, 329, 369, .45, 304, . . ..213, 395, 360, 220, 247, .45, .45, Vivian V... Anderson, F. B. Anderson, G. W. Anderson, Genevieve .. Anderson, Geraldine .. Anderson, H. K. Anderson, H. W. Anderson, Helen L. .. Anderson, J. C. . . . Anderson, J. M. .... . Anderson, Katherine Anderson, Margaret . Anderson, P. E. .. Anderson, R. W. .. Anderson, S. A. .... . Anderson, Swan S. .. Anderson, ' ' Anderson, W. H. Andrews, A. I. Andrews, C. Andrews, C. M. Anger, E. W. ......... . Ankrum, W. E.. ....... . Annenberg, Helene R.... Antilla, A. A. ........ . Apanay, S. C ........ Appell, Alice Arbuckle, Betty L.... Archer, L. B. ..... . Archer, L. D. .... . Arenson, L. Arepo ............ Arfsten, A. W.... Arison, A. G. ....... . Armes, W. E. ........ . Armstrong, Beulah M. Armstrong, J. H.. . . .. Armstrong. J. W. Armstrong, Jean .... Armstrong, Lyda M. Armstrong. Mary A. . Armstrong. R. D. Arndt, J. R. .......... . Arnold, Mary A. .,.... . Arnold, M. Kathleen .... Arnold, Nola E. ..... . Arstein, Helen S .... Arthur, F. C. ..... . Artz, L. C ....... Ash, A. S. .... Ash, Anne .......... Ashline. G. .......... . Askren, Margaret F .... ..... Aten, P. G. .......... . A thletics Atkinson, 'jf 'TL' fff ff Atkinson, Ma1'y B ..,. Atlanta ........... Audrieth. L. F.... Auer, Emma ........ Auer, Genevieve ......... fllhibl' 227, 197, 559, 194, .45, 323, ....156, 160, .45, 366, .45, 373. 411, 436. 301, 292. 162, 332, 1125: 245' .....l.1.dq..... 240. 245, 5501 241, Auerbach, Charlotte Augun. Leah A. ....... ........... . Aulinskis. P. J.... .... 318, 320, Austin, G. T ........ ........ 3 01, Austin, Rachel .......... .226. Auten, P. S. ...... ............ 3 04, Avery, Ann .... .... 1 22, 223, 409, Avery, Mary M .... ................ Aviles, L. ...... ............. . Axelrood, W. J .... Aydelotte, C. J. .... .. . Aydelotte, G. B.... 372 451 360 451 345 413 331 384 453 .456 440 .436 449 442 371 320 319 452 343 351 458 454 457 384 227 227 128 345 436 440 190 213 381 126 450 448 291 456 366 457 269 377 345 45 456 45 390 454 45 456 369 457 341 269 342 450 422 167 460 424 414 356 459 379 271 454 375 378 426 386 17 408 222 421 457 399 445 408 226 443 349 450 127 410 127 414 341 155 153 355 408 226 358 423 408 431 437 322 375 461 354 445 411 462 379 440 440 BOOK B Babbitt, H. E .... .... 3 19, 330, Babcock, S. H. ...... .......... . Bachman, G. ........ ........ . Bachmann, Evelyn .. .... 45, 217 Bachrach, Berenice E.. . . .. . . . .. .. Backoff, W. J. ....... . .... 45, Bacon. A. R. ....... ..... . Bacon, C. S. ..... ..... . Bacon, R. P. ....... .... 3 04, Baddeley, T. W. .... ..... . Bader, G. E. ...... ...,, , Badger. A. E. ....... .... 3 30, Badger, C. L. ........ ....... . Badger, W. H.. . . . ...... .. . .348, Baeder, Marjorie J. .... ...46, Baer, D. D. .......... ...46, Baer, Edna M ........ .... Baer, Faith M.. . . Baer, T. W ..... ...... Bagan, B. .... ........ Bagg. J. C ...... ..... 3 22, Bailar, J. C.... ...... .358, Bailer, C. F.. .. ..... 46, 339, Bailey, C. A. .. ....... 244, Bailey.H.W. ....... Bailey, K. D. .. .... 319, 320, Bailey. L. .... .......... . Bailie, J. C. .... ,,,,,,,, , Baily, H. H. ..... .... 3 80, Bain, Brice .... Bain, Byford ...46, 260, Bain, J. T. ....... ....... . Bair, D. P. .......... Baird, B. T ..... ...... ...... Bairstow, Virginia . . . . . .46, Baits, E. Benita ..... .... Baker, Beverly B. .... Baker, E. F. ..... Baker, J. E. ......... ....... . Baker, Margaret E. ..... .... 1 23, Baker. Marguerite W. . . .... 264, Baker, Mary L. ........ ...... . Baker, R. E. ........................ 339, Baker, R. H. .. ................... Baker, R. L. . . . . .46, 156, 200, 254, 339, Baker, T. M. .........,................ . Baker, W. G. ......... Bakke. Evelyn M.... Bakkemo. H. ....... . .. Balcher, R. ....... . . . Balderson. B. A.. .. .. . Baldus, Elsie M.. .. Baldwin, D. M. . . . . . . Baldwin, E. C ..... ........ Baldwin, J. H.. .. ................. .301, Ball, G. V. .......................... 389, Ball, Mary D. .......................... . Ball, R. L....12o, 121, 254, 256, 284, 350, Ball, R. T. ....................... 46, 339, Ball. V. N. ............................. . Balliett, M. L. ...... 46, 271, 300, 301, 302, Ballou, J. W. ....................... 162, Bancroft, H. W. ........................ . Band of X ....... Baniqued, J. F.. .. Bannon, T. Banovitz, L. Banta, Ruth G.. . .. Barbre, Sibyl L .... Barclay, W. F.... Bard, A. Bard. I. ...... . 2f14isf'25s" Barden, L. C ....... Bargo, F. H. ....... . Barker, Margaret J.. . . Barker, Mary M. ...... .. Barlow, Henrietta Barlow, R. R. ...... .. Barman, M. J. ...... . Barnard. G. C.... Barnes, G. D. ....... . Barnes, Martha R. ..... . 291, .46, 259, 407, 296, Barnes, 0. Rosemary. .. . . . . . .. Barnes. W. F. ......... .... 4 6, Barnett, Julia E. .. Barnett, R. E. Barney, A. Baron, F. M ..... Barr, F. T. ..... . Barr, G. A ........ Barr, J. ..... . .... .. Barr, Marjorie E .... 1, H. J. .... . Barrett, E. E. ...... . Barrett, Harriett L.. .. Barrick, C. R. .... . Barrick, W. H.... Barron. 0. D.... Barrow, R. Barry. ' Barry. R. F. ........ .. Bartels, Charlotte Bartles. V. .......... . Bartelsmeyer, C. Barth. J. H. ....... . Jenn1s....... 304, 347, 322, 289, 407, 162. 427, 323, 225, 347, 330. .16, 453 302 350 226 432 364 127 127 356 342 46 457 323 443 408 323 .437 305 370 384 380 387 381 440 444 322 361 201 442 385 294 374 264 385 416 433 410 126 354 416 433 327 371 353 347 352 459 437 397 452 393 410 330 360 241 414 449 390 454 460 343 329 441 460 390 379 429 305 440 448 127 323 449 417 417 422 333 384 374 342 436 445 463 411 46 455 452 17 377 436 394 ..16, 17 226 456 Q .... 156, 244, .46, 176, 323 385 395 330 265 378 426 347 366 365 Page 467 382 363 358 301 430 317 410 427 127 185 169 436 47 226 436 386 447 461 328 453 411 394 394 456 357 342 417 182 458 47 440 436 128 444 264 463 127 127 349 349 428 449 245 456 443 459 344 47 294 126 459 332 352 344 374 322 374 443 411 432 440 282 449 385 369 377 437 458 458 126 127 418 370 460 48 456 457 452 226 450 364 456 219 354 395 417 376 354 346 170 196 440 462 449 348 341 450 428 48 48 291 360 449 420 323 Barth, S. .......... . . . Bartholomew, H. . .. Bartlett, B. C. .... Bartlett, C. ........ .... . Bartlett, Helen J .... ...... Bartling, C. W. ...... ..... 4 6, Barto, Harriet T. ........ . ..... .. Bartusch, Dorothy A.. . . . . . . .47, Barys, H. J ..... ....... ...... Baseball ............ ..... Basketball ....... . . . Bassett, Frances .. . Bassett, J. A ..... .... . ...... . Bassett, Marjorie M.. . . .. . . .. . . Basta, Elsie V. ....... . . .305, Batchelor, A. ....... .... 4 7, Bateman, H. P. ........ ..... . Bates, Margaret E. .... .... 3 05, Bates, ,Nellie F. ..... .... . . Bates, R. E. ........... .... 4 7, Battey, Marjorie E ..... . . . ...... . . . . Battinus, H. E. ...... ............... . Battinus, M. D. ........ .............. 4 7. Bauer, A. Elizabeth .... .... 2 41, 305, 423, Bauer, E. E. ........ ............... . Bauerle. R. K. ...... ..... . Baughman, Ruth .... ........ Baughman, V. L ..... ...176, Baughmann, June ..... ......... . Baum, Margaret E. .... .......... . Bauman, H. G. .......... .... 1 62, 347, Baumann, Bernadine O .... ....... 4 33, Baumann, M. C.. ...... ...... . . Baumgartner, R. A. .... .... 4 7, Baumhauer, Marion . . . .... .47, Baur, J. W. .......... . . .364, Baxter, E. S ........ ...... Bay. A. F. .... .... . Bayley, W. S. ...... ................ . Beach, P. G. ............................. . Beaird, Dorothy M .... ................... Beall, R. L. .............. 47, 323, 339, 340, Beam, F. .......... .................. . Beam, Mary W... . ............ .419, Beam, R. F. ..... ..... . Beamer, P. R.. . . . ..450, Bean, R. A. ...... ..... . Bear, Edna. H.. . .... ..... . .. Beard, Ellen H.... ....47, Beard, H. . ...... .... . . Beard, J. H. .... .. .390, Bearden, L. D.... Bearden, R. C.... . Beardsley, M. W... . . . . ... Beattie, L. ......... ....... . Beauman, W. H.. . . . . .247, Beaver. P. C ...... ....... Beazley, R. T.. . . . . .377, Beck,Jane Beck, Lillian . . . ............. . . . . Becker, C. F. .... .................. . Becker, E. H ..... .... 4 0, 41, 47, 254, 283, 288, 350, Becker, L. A .... ........... 3 04, Becker, R. W.. ......... ........... 3 43. Beckman, L. E. ............. 243, 318, 339, Beckman, Margaret L ..... . .......... 47, Bedard, Gertrude M ..... ......... 4 7, Bedard, Jeanne R.. .. . . . .47, 327, Bedinger, P. L. ..... .......... . Beecher, M. C. ...... ......... . Beecher, Viola M. .... .... 4 7, Behling, B. N. ...... ..... . Belair, J. H. ....... . . .449. Belitsky, J. A. ...... ..... . Bell, A. Margaret .... ...... Bell, J. C. .......... ....... . Bellows, K. K. ..... .. .... 447, Belshaw, Emily L.. .. ..... . . .. . . . Belshaw, V. H. ..... .... , ..... Belsterling, R. G.. . . ..... ........ . . . . . Belting, Natalie M .... . .... 122, 429 Belton, Imogene . . . ....... . .. . Benedict, B. W. . . . ........ .. . .. Benedict, E. R. .... .... 3 01, 302 Benedict, June M. .. ........ Benedict, L. T. .... ..... 3 68 Benedict, R. H ..... ....- Bengel, W. J. ..... ..... Benham, H. V.... ........... Benham, M. J.... ............. Bennet, J. D .... . ..121, 258, 291 Benner, T. E. .... ............ 2 2 Bennett, A. R. .. . .... .342 Bennett, C. K. .... .... 1 56 Bennett. F. C. ...... ...... . Bennett, Helen E. . . .... . . . Bennett, Verla R. .. ...48 Bennett, W. F. .... .... ............ . Benninger, K. T.. .. .............. .. . . . Bennington. F. H ....... ..41, 48, 258, 288, Bennis, C. S. ....... ...... 1 56, 160, 161 Benson, H. E. ........ ............. 3 53 Bentley, Wilma C .... ...... 4 8, 305 Bercaw, W. M. ..... ......... . Berdsall, E. J.... Berg, A. A. ..... ...... . Berg, E. R. ....123 Page 468 374 382 393 INDEX or PERS oNs AND Books-Continued Berg, Helen A. 434 Berg, H. M. .... ..... 1 90 Berg, M. G. ....... . 393 Berg, R. J. .. ....... 48, 393 Berg, R. K. ....... .... 4 8, 304, 395 Berg. S. A. ........ .......... 3 01 Berger, Frances A. .. 48 Berger, H. ........ 440 Berger, Helen L. .. 456 Berger, S. H. ..... ...... 4 40 Bergman, C. W .... ........ 3 82 Bergman, S. ...... ....... 4 0, 48, 382 Bergstrom, R. L.... ........... .. 348 Berkovitz, B. B... . 241, 301, 332, 394 Berlin, I. B ...... ............. 3 98 Bernbaum, E. ........... 326, 354 Berndt, A. H .... ........ 3 50 Bernet, H. S. .... .... 2 45, 342 Bernick, E. ......... ...... 3 82 Berninger, K. M. ........ ..... 3 22 Bernstein, Beatrice 0 .... 436 Bernstein, Murl ........ ..... 4 32 Berrent, J. ............ ...... 3 82 Berry, E. P. ............. ........ 3 70 Berryman, Marjorie E.. . . . .. . . . .416, 446 Bersaw, W. M. ......... .............. 3 45 Bert, Carolyn H. ...... .. .271, 320, 458, 461 Bert, L. J. ......,. . . ..271, 302, 458, 460 Bertoglio, J. B. ..... ............. 4 03 Bertoni, Marie A.. .. ........... .. 437 Bertram, E. A. .... .... 4 1, 48, 358, 452 Berutti, E. ........ 403 Berutti, E. S.... ......... .. 403 Besse, R. D. ..... ..... 4 8 Best. E. W. ........ .... 4 8, 317 Best, Virginia F. .... .... 4 8, 410 Beswick, 'l'. L. ..... ..... 3 02 Beta Alpha Psi ....... 442 Beta Gamma Sigma .... . .. 329 Bela Phi Alpha ....... 429 Beta Psi ............... 393 Beta Sigma Omicrou .... 433 Beta Sigma Psi ......... 397 Beta Theta Pi ........ 349 Bethany Circle ...... ..... 4 35 Betka, Frances E.. .. .... 48, 226 Betoche, J. L. ..... ........ 4 8 Betts, W. W. ...... ......... 4 61 Bevilacqua, Gilda .... ...... 1 22, 289, 434. Bevis, R. E. ....... ............ 3 01, 457 Beynon, J. T.... ...118, 138, 156, 160 164, 170, 173, 350 Beynon, Ruth I .... .............. 4 37 Biddle, R. W. ...., ............. 3 59 Biddlecombe, D. 126 Bidwell, Geraldine .. 433 Bierma, R. H ........ ..... 3 27 Biery, Suzzanne .... ....... 4 11 Biggs, Delphia P. .... ........ 2 26 Bilger. Eloise J... ..... 122, 420 Bilgere, M. J. .... .. .304 363, 443 Billings, M. H. .......... ............. 3 88 Bills, Evelyn E ............................ 436 Bilsborrow, Elizabeth A ..... 271, 302, 419, 458 Binford, R. J., Jr. ....... ............. 3 52 Bingaman. W. W ..... .. ............. 375 Bingham, R. T. .... ..... 3 50 Binkley, Opal I ..... .... 4 9, 227 Biossnt, B. W. ....... ................... 3 65 Bird, M. 'l' ..... .......................... 4 44 Birkett. Dorothy P. ..... 214, 326, 329, 440 Birkhotf, P. S ....... .. ............. 347 Birkicht, E. R. .... ..... 4 9, 330, 388, 461 Birky, C. W. ...... ............ . . 304 Birmingham, T. J... ........ .... 3 91 Bisbee, F. B .,..... .... ...... ..... 1 8 6 , 189 Bischoif, Barbara P.... .. .220 331 410, 445 Bischolf, W. C. ..... ..... . 49, 321, 440 Bisesi, J. L. ......... ........ .... 3 9 3 Bishopp. W. F., Jr. .... ............. 3 45 Bisson, M. W. ....... ........... .. 342 Bixby, Carmaleta I. ..... 244, 289 436, 456 Black, A. W. ...... .. ........ ..... 2 58 Black, C. T. . ..... .. .. ..... ..... 2 91, 323 Black, Eleanor L. ....... ..... ...... 4 9 , 426 Black, Marv O. .... 217, 224 305, 420 Blnck,W.E. .. ........ ....332 Blair.Betty M. 437 Blair, Charlotte J. . .. 431 Blair, F. G. ....... ....... 1 6, 17 Blair, John A. .... ..... 3 22, 351 Blair, Joseuh A. .. .. 255 Blair. W. E. ....... 352 Blackemore. J. R ........... . . .. 301 Blanchard, Mrs. Claribel P.... 49 Blanchard, R. L. ........... ....... 2 70 Bland, J. M. .............. .... 4 9, 318 Blankmeyer, H. C. ....... ...... 3 71 Blann. W. T. .............. 455 Blaszczenski, Sophie K. .... ..... 1 28 Blatt, Doris H. ........... .... 4 9, 416 Blatt, M. L. .... ..... 1 27 Blatter. A. 0. .... . .............. 452 Blanfuss. A. L. .... .............. . ..l26 Blazek, Evelvne .... ...123, 227, 244, 293 Blender. C. C. ........ .............. 4 01 Blessing. Betty H ..... ....... . 426 Blitzsten, I. M ...... ...322, 384 Block, Jeanne P. ..... . Block, Katherine A.... Blodau, Violet V.. , .. Bloom, C. C. ..... . Bloom, Margaret .. Bloom, R. J ........ . . . .49, 160, 161 Bloomlleld, H. G. .................. . Bloss, Helen M. ..................... . Blough, E. Maudene..43, 49, 139, 242 Blue, H. C ........... 41, 49, 251, 252 283, 287, 288, 292 Blum, Arlette M. .................. . Blum, Dorothy F. ................... . B1u1n, Dorothy H. .... . Blumenkamp, W. H.. . . .. Board of Trustees ..... Bobzien, W. F. ..... . Bodman, R. E ..... Boe, Florence Boe. Marjorie M..... Boelnnen, R. Z. .... . Boeke, W. F. .... . Boelio, L. N.... Boers. W. Bogar, Catharine Bogart, E. L. .... . Boger, Mary Boggs. C. C. ..... . Boggs, L. W .... Bogin, E. Bogin, Frieda .. Bogue, W. J. .... . Bohlen, Beth Bohlen, D. Bohren, B. Boies, E. I. ...... . Bolchert, J. Boley, K. N. ..... . Boley, Mary H.... Bolin, E. P. ..... . Bolin, H. B. ...... . Boll, Dorothy S.. Bolton, J. C ...... Bond, E. F. .... . Bond, Janet M. Bond, Martha S. Bondi. Helen J. ..... . .'.1'.269.' fIfI.i6,' has" .fff..Ifffa162. 50, 276, Bonvallet, Marie B. ...... . Bonwell, Dorothy L.. ..... . . Boone, Mrs. Eugenia D.... .. Boone. W. D. ..... ..... . Boorstein, S. A. ....... . Booth, F. Elizabeth... Booz, J. P. ........... . Boquist. M. G. ................ .. Borchardt, Dorothy J Borchardt, F. P ..... . ............... Borcherdt, G. T ..... 50, 271, 300, Borchers, R. B ...... .... Boren, M. H.... . Borg, A. W .,... Borman, W. C.... Borrotf, J. B.... Borroff. J. D. .... . Borst, W. H. ..... . Bort. Eleanor M.... Borth, D. ....... . Boruif, C. S ......... Boruck, Marion J. ..... . Bosley, Helen R.. .40, Bosley, Phyllis A. ...... . Bostelmann, C. A.. .. Bostelmann, F. W.. . . . Boswell, Athena Boswell, Bessie ....... Bottenheld, Esther M.. . . Bottrell, Helen' G.. Boudreau, D. E. .... . Bourgln, D. G .... Bourgoin, F. Bowditch. R. Bowen, C. E ..... Bowen, K. W. ........ . Bowen, Kathryn V. .... . Bowen, Mary L. ...... . Bower, 0. K. ...... . Bowers. D. Bowman, E. G .... Bowren, G. S. .... . Boyd, Anita ....... Boyd, Dorothy I. .. Boyd, H. L. .... . Boyd, T. J. Boyd, W. C. Boyer, Lois M. . Boyer. P. F. . .. Boyer, W. R. .. Boyle, R. G. ., Boyle, S. H. Boyle. W. D ..... Boynton, E. L. .. Brabenec, L. J. .... . Bracken. D. F. ....... . Bradbury. C. E. ....... . 118, 188, 301, .....50, ......50, E111 ......... , 269, 427, ....382, ....s31, 437, .51, 214, 411, ..........5i, 329, .......304, .....51, ..........51, .120, 121, ...40. 41. 51, 282, 288, 327, .. ..118, 205, 7 241, 301, 320, Bradbury, Harriet V. ....... 119, 212, Brader, H. A. ..... . 262. 432, ....445 .....424 .....456 .49, 265 427 355, 386 .....667 425, 436 329, 459 254, 282 622, 340 .....436 123, 412 245, 408 388 17 393 454 226 430, 456 343 258 126 322, 323 437 329 226, 305 371 304, 345 270, 370 432 128 .49, 416 371 457 .49, 344 396, 452 258 437, 458 50 50 437. 458 347 339, 393 .50. 437 227 .5o, 422 328 435 50 330, 454 382 244, 419 344 386, 440 414, 445 50 385, 460 321, 374 .50. 440 348, 375 362, 441 180 363, 448 .50, 363 ......410 329, 442 358, 369 436 445, 446 . .... 427 180, ass 383 .50. 430 430 328 .5o, 437 345 444, 462 .5o, 366 301, 349 155, 349 332 443, 446 445, 463 444 126 352, 440 367 419 413, 440 361, 459 440 355 305, 436 548 .51, 342 331, 373 284, 380 137. 238 343, 348 346, 441 332 35 342 213. 220 445, 458 264. 323 Service in Printin and Direct Advertisin Production omplete RINTING and direct advertising gain immeasurably in value and power when fully competent care and workmanship are employed in their preparation. Users find distinct advantages in entrusting this work to one completely equipped organization possessing the necessary qualities. This company has unsurpassed facilities for the carrying out of every step in the production of printing and direct advertising. American Colortype excels in its staff of skilled merchandising talent. Art, copy, and engrav- ings are produced with expert ability. Mechanical equipment and practiced craftsmen of this large organization provide the means of producing the largest job with consummate quality, precision, and smoothness. Yet even the smallest order receives equal care and attention. Advertisers will profit by enlisting our aid. TALENT TO ORIGINATE zz SKILL T0 PRODUCE O ADIERICAN C0L0nTYrE oMPANY Printing and Direct Advertising VEVN YORK: 200 Fifth Avenue BERT L. WHITE, Director of Creative CHR U10 1151 Roscoe Street Printing and Direct Advertising., Page 469 Bradford, J. R. ...................... 51, Bradford, Marian L. ................... . Bradish. J. H. ............ 317, 318, 351, Bradley, Mary E. ... ............ . . . .. Bradney, Mary M. .... .... . 416, Bradshaw, J. D. .. .... 345, Brady, Annette P. . .... .. Brahana, H. R. .. ............. . .. Branch. J. E. .... ................. . Brandlin. J. J. .... .... 1 22, 289, 332, Brandt, Mary F. . . . ............. . . . .. Branta, J. W. .... 51, 242, 333 351, Branyan, Nancy ... .............. .. . . Braun, H. J. .... ...... 1 70, 173, Brawner, J. P. ..... ......,... . Bray, Jeneve L. Bray, Mary M. .. ... Brazier, R. 'l'. . . . . . Bremer, J. T. Bremner, R. B. .. . .. Brendel, R. 0. .. ....... Brennan, J. J. ...... Brenner, N. P. ..... .. .51, 155 Brenton, Jane E. .. ....... .. . Bretscher, C. E. . ........ .. Brewer, 0. M. .. ......... .. Brewster, D. L. .. ...123, 293, Brewster, M. V ..... ...,..... . Bridges, Virginia .. .... 331 Briggle, Jean ....... ..... 5 1 Briggs, Blanche V. . ...... .. Brine, W. M. ....... .... 2 47 Briney, Evelyn ....... .... 2 27 Brinton, M. Virginia .... ....... Briscoe, Rowena G. . . . ..... . .. . . Bristow, Florence E. ............... . Bristow, L. ......... ............. 4 44 Britton, A. P. ..... ...301, 302, 304 Britton, W. E. ..... ........... 3 29 Brock,Bernice C. .. Brock, Christine J. . ...... . . Brock, E. .......... .......... . Brocko, J. ......... . . .51, 317 Broderick, E. L. .... ........ . . Broderson, Martha E. .. .... 302 Brodsky. Goldie . .... ..... 5 1 Brodt, A. C. ....... ...... . Brodt. L. P. ..... .... . Brodt, R. D. ....... ....... . Bromley, Pearl C. . .. ....327, Brondas, S. E. ..... ...... . Brons, W. J. ...... .... . Bronson, C. E., Jr.. .. .....51 Brook, Thelma L. Brooke, G. K. ..... . Brooke, R. A. ..... . Brooks. Fannie M. . Brooks, M. ....... . Brooks, N. C. Brooks, R. VV. .. Broom, R. C. ..... . Broom. W. E. ..... . Brothers, Martha E. Brothersen, R. H. . Brothman, 0. L. . .. Browder. O. L. .. Brown, A. J. Brown, D. F. Brown, D. M. .. Brown, D. P. Brown, D. S. . . . Brown, F. L. Brown, F. R. .. Brown, G. Brown, G. C. . . Brown, H. A. .... . Brown, H. H. ..... . Brown, Harriet J. . Izeyl M. .. Brown, Brown, Janet A. .. Brown. L. J. Brown, Mary L. Brown, P. H. .... . Brown, P. R. .. .. Brown, R. M. ...... . Brown. R. P. ........ . Brown, Rosemary L Brown, W. C. ...... . Brown, W. N. .... . Brown. VV. W. Browne, R. B. Browne. W. H. .. Brubaker. A. E. Brubaker, M. L. Bruce. T. W. Bruder, H. L. Bruhn. Esther K. Bruhnke. E. G. .... . Bruner, J. L. ........ . Brunner, Dorothy E. .. Brunner, Edna M. Brunswick, Dorothy Bryan, C. H. ..... . Bryant, F. L. ..... . Buchanan. E. N. Buchanan, R. E. .. . Buchanan, XV. P. .. Bucher, E. C. Page 470 'ff IIIII5i."2.i'i. . . .... .... 1 f52,' 2115 . . .52, 216 I I I 152, '1'7'8.,. 330 435 366 327 268 304 322 309 386 440 407 329 .52 342 257 ......52 . . . .309, 319, ...52 , 348 452 430 463 4-14 436 448 431 444 455 391 412 443 409 364 326 423 227 362 367 366 323 440 374 408 302 451 344 245 458 409 436 359 456 305 51 437 462 332 378 456 418 418 321 368 412 436 396 396 396 331 402 375 357 436 352 352 415 454 344 301 322 322 456 448 51 349 374 271 444 378 331 340 319 458 365 454 462 429 459 423 127 437 356 302 347 342 428 353 454 453 378 127 340 353 351 366 427 369 457 412 305 416 320 127 375 352 375 126 INDEX or PERSONS AND Boorcs-Continued Bucher, Helen M. .. Bucher, R. E. .... . Buchholz, Christine Buchholz, Miriam . Buckley, Rosemary Budd. Ida M. .... . Budd, W. S. Budde. E. F. Buehrig. R. C. .. Buer. T. A. ..... . Buesch, A. J. ..... . Buflington. Ruth A. Buhlig, Clara L. .. Bull, Georgialee .. Bull, Jean ...... Bull, S. ........ . Bullock, D. M. Burdette, A. C. Burdick, Mary Burge, Cornelia .. Burgess. J. E. . Burise. J. 0. ..... . Burkard, Perle N. Burke, C. VV. .... . Burke, R. F. . . . Burke, R. W. . Burkey, L. M. ..... . Burkhart, Jean M. Burkle R. P. .... . Burkluvnd, Elizabetln 1 H. Burley, R. ....... . Burlison, L. E. . . .. Burlison, W. L. Burman. C. P. .. Burnell. R. L. Burner. J. B. .... . Burnett, Maxine .. Burnett, R. L ..... Burnham, Patti .. Burns, E. M. ..... . Burns. H. VV. ..... . A Burns. Kathryn V. Burns, Marion L. . Burns, R. F. ...... . Burns. W. J. . .. Burr, L. R. ..... . Burr, R. W. ..... . Burroughs, W. E. .. Burson, J. Z. .... . Burstein, E. M. Burt, Helen E. .. Burt, M. ..... . Burt. P. ......... . Burton. R. P. .... .. Busch. Barbara L. Busch, E. ..... . . . . Busch. H. C. ..... . Busey, D. G. ...... . Busey. Garreta H.. Bushart, R. R. .... . Bushnell. W. Busker, W. E.. . . Bussel. M. ...... . Buswell, A. M.. Buswell, R. J.. . .. Butler, D. F. ..... . Butler, F. G. ....... . Butler, Janet M.. . . . Butridze. J. H ..... Buzy, Edith Buzy, Pearl ......, Byergo, Fred H.... Byers, Betty A.. Byers, Marjorie J.. Byrns, F. W. ...... . Cabeen. J. Caddick. R. P ..... Cadet Staff ..... .... Cadle, Jane ........... Cadwell. Marion L.. .. Cad Gilbert H .. Y, .. . Cady, Mary V .... Cazann. A. R.... Cahn, A. R ....... Cnissvn Club .... Caldwell, A. D. Caldwell, A. G. Caldwell, Frances Caldwell, R. B. . . . . Caldwell, R. M. Callen. A. C. .... . Callen, Katharine E. Callen, Martha ...... Calosic, R. T ........ Calvin, Ernestine. . . Camden. K. ..,... . Cameron, P. E .... Cameron. R. Camp. W. J. ...... . Campbell, Alice .. Campbell. C. E... .. Campbell, C. S. 52 52 821' "'225.' .....32u 219,'11'o9" .52, 326, 264' '301' .....-.2Mi.v. . . . 327, 407, 156,' '1'6b', ' .....215, . .'.'.a'22,' ....362, .........3h,. '.'.'.'.5'o'9,' 215,' 2111, ' f52"-1271. 332, 122 289, 330, 326, '4'5'1'.' :i65 ' '3A3'1',' . .... 304, 5615 ' E1'1'9',' ..'.'.2s2,' ...,.'.l.8.0. . .....413 . .'.'.'.'3bfa' ' ii6,'5E1'9" .1. . , .....'..2.19' ' '.'.'.'15b' ' 155. 330. ......52 ....53 ....53 458 126 456 409 241 331 376 364 385 456 388 414 437 414 414 359 170 44-4 4-14 225 452 372 52 360 240 369 448 344 372 409 127 385 356 301 321 4-62 420 366 410 126 385 410 456 391 385 461 355 457 241 302 456 361 265 317 244 323 454 190 411 318 355 186 450 358 346 332 454 456 365 437 437 345 408 410 348 437 371 308 456 421 354 259 340 382 323 52 452 412 362 450 362 419 419 127 410 440 440 364 127 411 322 295 385 385 302 347 445 460 133 462 394 373 430 355 456 374 354 358 453 301 460 344 341 361 453 313 461 459 440 462 187 226 331 227 412 366 449 330 389 444 462 380 410 395 408 372 342 351 323 369 305 446 456 387 156 440 456 302 376 126 54 323 461 322 373 421 353 368 295 383 460 322 44-6 390 436 388 311 320 378 345 451 444 370 440 455 54 320 442 445 444 331 323 462 354 384 431 437 367 400 Campbell, D. ... .... ...... . . . .. Campbell, H. VV. . . .. .53, 327 339, Campbell. .l. D. ... .............. . ..... Campbell, J. E. .................... .... . Campbell, Janet M ..., 41, 53, 288. 407, 430 Campbell, R. B. .....,...... 301, 347 440 Campus, Leaders ..,................ ..... Cannon, J. H. ..... ..... ,.... 5 3 Canotf, J. 1. ........... ......... 1 23 Canterbury, M. D. ...... ..40, 53 282 Cantlon, M. Katherine .... ....... ..... Cantrill, F. T. .......... .......... .... . Caperton, Joa11 L .... ......... 4 13 437 Capoot. L. J. ...... 176, 320, 321 Capps. J. S. ...... ....... 2 46, 304 Caquelin. H. J... ........ .246, Carek, F. C ..... .. .......... 53, Carey, M. E. .... 271, 292, 300, 302, 349, 458, Carlin, G. W.... ........... Carlin, R. C ..... .. .53, 155, 197, Carlin. R. G.... ........ 53, 321 Carlson, A. C. .... ......53, Carlson, A. E. ..53, 252, 287, 308, 316, 317, 386, Carlson. A. J. .......................... . Carlson, A. W. ......................... . Carlson. B. A.. ..53, 317, 318, 330, 386 461, Carlson. C. C, ............ 42, 53, 156, 186, Carlson, Charlotte A. ...,.. ......... 2 15, Carlson, E. E. ........ ..,... . 53, 326, Carlson, Esther J. .. ...... . .. Carlson. Leola M. ... ......... ... .. Carlson, M. C. ..... .. ......... 322. Carlson. R. G. .. .53, 339. 352, Carman. A. P. .... ......... .... . Carmi, O. P. ......... ......... 2 59, Carmichael, R. D.... . .25, 386, Carnahan, D. H.... .... .341. Carnahan, L. H.... Carnahan. S. E .... ........ Carpenter. J. S. ,... .... 1 94, Carpenter. June... Carrara. A. A.... Carrison. D. A.. .. ... . .53 Carroll, T. H. .. ............... Carroll, L. O .... .. ............. 54, 304, Cf1rrOll. R. C. ...... .... 5 4, 156, 176, 177, Carson, Clara E. .... .................. . Carson, Dorothy J. ............. 409, Carson, Elizabeth A. . .... 227, Carson. N. R. ,...... ...... . Carson, P. H. ..... .... . Carson, R. L. .... ....... . Carson, Rachel . . .... 435, Carter, E. P.... Carter. H. ....374, Carter. R. V.... Carver, R. J.... Cary, M, G. ..... .... 3 09, Casberg. C. H. ....... ...... . Casey, C. W. .......... .... . Cash, J. G.. ........... Casper. M. Margaret .... .... Cassidy, E. ............ Cassin. J. A. ......... . . .. Cassity, L. H. .... Castle, M. E. .......... ..... . . Catbagan, J. E ......... ...54, Cater, W. F. ..... .....,................. . Cathc-art, Josephine L ................ 413, Catlin, 0. P ............. 54, 304, 318, 323, Cautield. Dorotha V. .................... . Canfield, W. F. ......... Cavalry .................. .... Cavalry Omcers' Club ..... ......... Cavitt, R. D. ........... ........... . Cawood. J. W. ........ 262, 304, Cazel, E. E. .... ............. . . Cell. J. W ..... ................ Cerf. F. D. ....... .... .... 1 2 0, 269, 284, Cerutti, J. .............. ............... . Cervin, D. R. ............ ......... 3 97, Chamberlain, Helen I. ............... .... . Chamberlin. M. H. ......... ......... 3 19. Champion, C. V. ......... 54, 258, 291, 440, Chandler, Mary J. ...... 119, 215, 262, 409, Chanler. Josephine H ..... ...... ......... Chapin. Mildred R.. .5-4, 265, 294, 326, 327, Chapman, C. A., ........... 309, 319, 321, Chapman, D. E. ........................ . Chapman. H. E .... ............... Chavin. I. A. ...... Chayhe. Jane M. .... .... ............ . Cheaney, Mary L. ...................... . Cheevers. J. W. .......................... Cheney, H. M... .5-1, 139. 257, 259 318, 323, Chenev, Nadine E. ........ ..... 2 59, 425. Chensky. Estelle M. ............. . Cherry. A ........... Chervinko. P. ..... . Cherwin. T. Chescoe. H. V .... Chesney. H. D.. Chessman. H. L.... ........... Chl Beta ......... Chibucos, C. W.. .. Chicago Campus.. . . .120, 256, 258, 284, 445 435 369 186 372 54 369 354 355 322 125 sly? Quays, or Ptocttss, Gtowrri and XAXCHIEVEMENT ' For more than hali a century the Fred Klein Company has been serving advertisers, schools and colleges alike by producing BETTER PRINTING. We are proud to have been selected this year to print the ll.l.lQ, thereby adding one more to the long and impressive list oi year bool4s produced in our plant. U It is true, that as printing companies go vve might be called large-we have to be to handle some oi our vvorlcd- but the smallest piece oi printing is just as important in our eyes as the largest catalogue and receives the same interest and attention. C We honestly ieel that vve ovve our success to tvvo things alonewquality oi printing and service to our customers. No matter what your printing problem may be, let us help you. J J Klein CMJWL7 739 WEST VAN BUREN STREET ICAGO, ILLINCDIS Page 471 Page 472 4,.,.........,....,-,-.4-eff-fra .-...- W .. .4 Chi Epsilon .....4. ,....... 4 53 Chilcott, Jane L .... ..... 2 19, 408 Childs, R. B. .... ,. ....... 241 Chi Omega ..... ...... 4 12 Chi Phi .....,..... ....... 3 66 Chiprin, W. 123, 379 Chi Psi ........... ....... 3 67 Chizewer, I. I. .....,...................... 382 Christensen. H. A. ........................ 179 Christensen, R. F. ...... 269 270, 321, 374, 463 Christian, H. P. ...................... 360, 448 Christiansen, H. A ........................ 176 Christman, A. F. .... ........... . ..374 Christman, R. J. .... .... 2 58, 304, 322, 332 Christopher, R. J .... ................ 3 77 Christopher, W. C.... ...54, 320, 321, 364 Christy. C. M ....... .....,....,... 4 57 Churchill, G. W. .... . ......... 457 Cibulka. F. J .... . ......... 241 Citron, D. ........ .. ..... 241, 370 Claeys, Alice V.. .. .... ..... 4 34, 440 Clancy. J. D. .... ...54, 256, 295, 361 Clark, A. W. .. .............. 323 Clark, B. G. ..... ............ 4 44 Clark, C. 0. ........ ...... 2 54, 344, 449 Clark, Elizabeth L. . ............. .... 3 05 Clark, E. T. ....... ................... 3 23 Clark, F. A. ....... .... 4 2, 54, 137 239. 349 Clark, F. M. ....... ................. 3 58 Clark, George L. .. ........... 349, 358 Clark, Glenn L.. .. ... .....302, 440 Clark, L. B. .... .. .54-, 348, 371, 449 Clark, R. A. .. .......... .... 3 51 Clark, W. P. .. ............. ....345 Clarke, J. T. .............................. 344 Clarke, N. F. ........ 26, 54, 270, 271, 399, 462 Classes .................................. 37 Class of 19314, The ..... ....... ....... 4 0 , 41 Class of 1985, The .... ..... 1 20, 121 Class of 1936, The .... ....... 1 22 Class of 1937, The .... ......... 123 Claure-Arze, C. .... ............. 5 4 Claussen, M. P .... ..... 5 5, 304, 327, 396 Claussen, W. F. .... ............. 3 04 Claussen, W. L. ..... ........ 3 69 Clay. R. P ...... . . . ..... ..... 3 09, 323 Clayton. A. L. .......... ........ 3 80 Clayton, Josephine L.... ..... 243, 419 Cleland, W. B. .......... ....... 5 5 Clem, Thelma E. ......... ..... 3 31 Clements, Charlotte C. .... .... 4 10 Clendenin, E. W. ........ .......... 4 50 Clevenger, A. W. ...... ........... 3 3 Cliiford, E. Marcella .... ..... 2 59, 408. 445 Clifford, G. ........... ........... 3 71 Clifford, Hazel D.. . . ......... . 55 Clifford, W. E. ........ .......... 1 55 Cline, Katherine L. .... ............ 4 37 Cline, N. D ........... ...122, 289, 349 Cline, W. E. ....... .......... 3 32 Cloghessy, J. D.... ...... .. 391 Cluver, E. P. ........ 397 Coast Artillery ...... 315 Coast Artillery Club ..... 323 Coble, A. B ..... ...... ........ 4 4 4 Coble, R. W. ........ ....... 5 5, 350 Cochran, R. K.. ................... 55, 350 440 Cocking, Marian ........................ 435 Coddington, R. C. ........................ 364 Cody, Mary C. ...... 119. 213, 215, 243, 421, 455 Coe. Bertha E ........ .................... 4 23 Coe. Dorothy E. ......................... 423 Coerver, Grace M.. .. ..... 305, 420, 445 Coitin. C. H. ........ ............. 3 62 Cogdal, Ruth E.. . .. .... 123, 223, 409, 456 Cohen. A. E. ...... ........... 3 02, 460 Cohen B. S. ........ ............... 5 5 Cohen Elaine M. .... .............. 5 5, 431 Cohen Esther L.... ..... 55. 139, 239, 329 Cohen H. ......... .......... .... 3 8 2 Cohen, Helen E. . .. .......... 436, 456 Cohen, J. .......... ........ 4 60 Cohen, Jeannette L. .... 55, 437 Cohen N. H. ........ ..... 2 70, 353 Cohen Pauline R. ..... 436, 443 Cohen R. R. ...... ....... 3 84 Cohen, S. ........ ..... 4 60 Cohen T. R. .... ....- 4 31 Cohen, W. H. ..... ....... 3 98 Cohenour, R. E. .... ........ 3 86 Cohn, M. S. ....... . .... 240, 382 Cohn, N. ..... ....... 3 84 Cohn, P. E .... . ..... 156, 197 Cohrs, C. C .... ....... 1 27 Colby, A. S ..... . .... 345 Colby, L. E. ......... 55 Coldwell, M. I. ........ 255 Coldwell, Rosemary .. 227 Cole, F. P. ......... ..... 3 22 Cole, H. E. ........ ....... 3 55 Cole, Irma L. .. ......... 226 Cole. J. B. ...................,...... 345, 452 Cole, Jean D. ........................ 331. 422 Colegrove, E. B..55. 252, 287, 316, 321, 323, 331 Coleman, C. C. ........................... 127 Collard, C. N. ................ .... 4 52 College of Agriculture, The... 21 INDEX or PERSONS AND Books-Continued College-of Commerce and Business Admini- stration, The .......................... 20 College of Dentistry, The ............... 29 College of Education, The ............... 22 College of Engineering, The ............ 18 College of Fine and Applied Arts, The... 24 College of Law, The ..................... 23 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The. 19 College of Medicine, The ................ 30 College of Pharmacy, The ............... 31 Collett, R. W. ............. .... 3 65 Collignon, R. F. .......... .... 3 59 Collins, A. B. ..... ..... 3 67 Collins, G. Betty .... 240, 411 Collins, J. E. ....... ......... 4 50 Collins, S. J. ..... ........ 5 5, 341 Collins, W. L. ...... .... 3 19, 393, 453 Colteaux, W. J. .... .............. 3 61 Comer, Mary ............ 241, 331 Compton, W. E. .... ................. 3 30 Conard, A. B. ..... .... 3 09, 319, 320, 321 Conard, J. E. ...... ............. 5 5, 416 Conard, Vera A. .... ............... 4 44 Conaway, Helen E. .... .226, 455 Concert Band ....... .... 3 01 Condee, R. W. .... .... 3 71 Coney. R. A. ........ .... 3 48 Conklin, Helen K .... .... 4 08 Conley, L. E ....... .. .... 55 Conlin, R. L. .... ...359. 457 Connell, A. I. .... ............ .... 3 6 3 Connell, B. L. .... .............. .... 5 5 Connolly, H. A. .... ..... 4 0, 41, 318, 339, 395 Converse, P. D.. . . .............. . . .. 388 Coogan, H. E. .... ............ 3 40, 449 Cook, Celia B. ...... ............ ..... 4 1 6 Cook Dorothy D. .. ............ 416, 440 C0Ok, D. F. .......... .... 4 2, 55, 135, 156, 160 161, 116. 344, 441 Cook, Jeannette J. . ................ 227 Cook, J. L. ......... ......... .... 3 8 1 Cook, J. 0. ....... ..... .... 3 6 7 C00k, J. R. . . ..... 56, 301, 388 C00k, R. K. . . ....... 330, 444 Cook,R.W. .... ....349 COOR, R. T. .. ..... 56, 290, 366 Cook, Vera .... .......... .... 4 1 6 Cook, W. R. ..... . . ..56, 258, 320, 371 Cooke, T. G. ...... ......... .... 3 6 9 Cookman, A. 0.... .... 156, 201, 365 Coolley, I. N. ..... ..... .... 3 4 1 Coolman, L. D. .... ..... 3 01, 458 Coombe, D. P .... . .... 377 Coombe, R. C .... .-.. 3 77 CO0I1Yadt, H. L. .... .. .320, 327 Cooper, A. E. .. .... 126 Cooper, F. R. .... ...... 5 6, 357 Cooper, F. S. .... ........ 3 30. 444 Cooper, H. A. ..... 56, 304, 400 Cooper, J. F. .... ............ 3 42 Cooper, K. P. ..... 56, 321, 322 Cooper, M. E. . . . ........ . . 360 Cooper, R. H. .. .... . 408 Copley, M. J. ........ .... 3 58 Coppel, W. M. ...... .... 3 55 Corbett, Gwendolyn J. .... .... 2 27 Corbett, W. H. .......... ..... 5 6, 260 Corbett, W. J. ..... ....... 2 94 Cord, Madeline .... ..... 2 26, 327 Carina ............ .......... 2 26 Corlew, M. P. ........ ............. 3 22 Corliss, Marion V.... .... 245, 415, 445 Cormeny, A. E. ....... ............. 3 48 Cornelius, Mildred .... .... 2 22, 226, 456 Cornell, E. L. ....... .......... 8 42 Cornet, A. L. ...... ..... 3 53, 449 Cornick, Claire ------ -437 Corpuz, U. V.... 460 Corrozza, N. ..... ---- 4 03 Corush, S. ......... ...- 4 40 Corya, Mary J. ...... . ....... 420 Corzine, Augusta I... ........... . 411 Corzine, C. E. ....... ......... .... 4 4 0 Cosneck, B. C. ..... .... 5 6, 156 194, 394 Cotter, J. ......... 323 Cotton, P. E. ....... ........ 3 04. 376 Cottrell, Frances .... --.. 4 16 Couchman, G. H. ..................... 323, 365 Coughenour, Harriet M. .... . ....... .... 4 10 Coulter, J. H. ........................ 318, 320 Courtright, Mary J. ...... 222, 223, 331, 416, 445 Coventry, D. M... .42, 56, 135. 242. 251 355, 440 Coventry, Gladys I ................. .... 3 05 Cover, V. D ..... .................... .... 3 2 9 Covington, J. R. .... ..... 4 2. 56, 135, 242 251, 329, 371, 441 Cowan, K. R.. .. .......... .. .. 393 Cowan, R. S. ....... .. ......... 301, 302 Cox, C. T. .......... .. .56, 269, 327, 354 Cox. E. Rosemary .. ......... 119, 200. 213 214, 420, 445, 455 Cox. Melba ..... ...... . .. 420 Coyne, C. H. .... ......... 3 22. 372 Coyner, J. V. ...................... .... 3 40 Craig, H. W. .................... 156, 196, 453 Crain, C. W .... 56, 134. 251, 258. 295, 440, 441 Crain. Sadie A. ..................... .... 5 6 Crandell, J. S. ....... .... 2 59 346, 453 Q 421 351 295 393 444 156 201 409 366 434 227 340 416 425 304 341 126 433 380 358 322 350 350 414 441 375 428 349 453 226 356 227 357 462 304 362 395 244 381 437 341 454 375 342 332 360 361 160 344 369 57 323 57 344 437 302 450 214 57 367 434 380 376 304 456 409 436 57 426 410 344 437 419 442 263 457 194 327 323 4-57 227 367 426 457 241 284 455 377 462 369 386 391 322 261 420 328 341 445 Crane. Isabelle ........ .223 Crane, W. A.... .... ......... . Craner, R. J. .... ....... 5 6, 252, 287 308, 311, 318, 320 Crathorne, A. R. .... ................ 3 43 Craven, F. I. ...... ............ .... . Crawford, A. .......... .. . . Crawford, Gloria ....... .. . . Crawford. J. B. ........... Crawford. Margaret M. .... .... . Creamer, Jean ........................... Creighton. C. R ....................... 56 Creutz, Janet L. ...... 40, 41, 56, 282, 407 Crews. Gertrude S. ....... . ............. . Crews, H. W. ....... ............... . . . . . Crihtield, P. A. .... .... 2 44 Crile, D. R ......... ......... Crippin, Mary L. .... . . . .305 Crissey, L. M. ..... ...... . Croad, F. G. ...... ...... . Crockett. W. R. .... ....... . Crocombe, R. T. .... .... 1 90, Crocombe. W. E. .... ........... 1 90, Croiford, Ann L.. . . ............ . . . .. Crook, F. S. ...... ..... 1 18, 243, 346, Crompton, J. P.... ............... .. Cromwell. Janet A.. . . ... . . .. Crosby. F. H. ....... ........ . Cross, H. ............ .... 3 30 Cross, Marjorie B. . .. . . . . . . . Cross. W. J. ....... .... . Cross, Zula C. ..... . . . . Crossman, R. S. ...... Crouse, Frances C. .... . . . . Crowder, J. ....... . . .. Crowley, W. W.. .. .... Croxen, E. L. ...... ........ .... . Cmeton. W.. R. ....... ........... . . .. . Cruickshank, J. S. .... .. .57, 318, 320, Cruise, Dorothy M .... ....... 5 7, 216, Crusius, L. L. ...... ............ . Culbert, J. R ..... . .... 332, Cullerton, J. E.. .. . ..... Cullinan, D. A.. .. . .. . . Cullison, A. E. .... . .. . Cullison, R. S.. . . .... . . . . . Cultra. S. B. ...... ......... . Cummings, B. A.... ......... 118 156, 164, 176, 179, Cummings, R. C. ....... ........... .... . Cummins. Letha M. .... ......... .... . Cundiif, I. W. ......... ...... 3 22, Cunningham, C. D. ..... ........... . Cunningham, H. E. ..... ..... 1 7, 33, Cunningham, Mary P. .. ....... ... Cunningham, Zelma V. .. .... 57. 226, Cureton, W. R. ........ ...... 3 55, Curran. Doris E. ........................ . Current. J. F. .......................... .. Curry, C. C. .... 120, 12.1, 251, 254, 263, 284, Curr", Elizabeth A. ..................... . Curtis, C. C. ........................ 348, Curtis, C. M. ....... ...... . Curtis, D. T. ...... ........ . Curtis, Helen M. ..... .... 4 16, Curtis, Margaret A. .... ...... . Curtis, Ruth J. ...... . ..57, Curtis, W. C. ....... .... . Cutler, Jeanne M. .... ....... . Cutter, Barbara .... .... 2 19, Cutter, W. W. ..... ...... . Czakler, Blanche . . .. . . . Dadant, Adelaid R. .... ....... . Dadant, R. H... ...... .... 3 44, Darfs Dag ......... ....... Dahir, F. A. .... Dahl. A. W. ..... Dahlke. H. 0. .... .... . Dahmus, M. E. .... ..... . . Dahmus. R. B. ...... .... 3 32, Dahmus, Rosa C.. . . .......... . . .. . Dailey, E. J ...... .. ............... .. Dailey, Lucile H .... ............ ..... Daily, E. C. ........ ..... 2 94, 331, 359, Daily Illini, The ...... ........ 2 39, 240, Dalbey, Beulah M. .... ......... 1 20, 121, 292, 425, 445, Dalferes, R. L. .... ...309, 319, 321, 323, Dallera. 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Darnall, H. Dart, T. P. ........ .... 5 7, 339, 392 21-3, 1 Dasher. P. J. ........................ . Daugherty, L. Daut, Elizaheth A.... Davenport House .. Davey, Esther ..... David, Geraldine E. .... .... 5 7, 329, David, W. F. ............ ........ . Davidson, Jeannette A.. . . ... Davidson, Margaret T.. . . . Davidson, P. A. ........ . Davidson, T. C ........ Davies. D. VV. . . . Davies. H. A. .... . Davies. J. M ..... ..... Davis, Catherine R. .. Ehret, J. Davis. D. Davis. Davis Davis G. ..... . D. J. .... . Dorothy . . IE. Camille .. Davis. E. H. Davis, E. N. .... Davis, E. S. ..... . Davis. Elinor T. .. Davis, G. D. ..... . Davis, Gwendolyn . . . Davis, H. A. .... . Davis, H. C. ..... Davis, .lames W. Davis. Jane M. .. 'DaviS. John W. Davis Davis, Davis, Davis. Davis, Lois E .... .... R. F. .. Rhea ..... Ruth A. .. W. A. Davison, C. . . . Davitt. W. .... Dawson, C.A. .. Dawson, C. B. Dawson. Dawson. Dawson, D. Mff... H. s. 115 M. ..... . Dawson, Kathryn M. . Day. J. F. ......... . Day, R. G. ........ . Day, Shirley W. ...... . Day, W. B. ......... . Day, W. L. ...58. 134, Dayton, Clara J ...... Dazzey, Mayo J. .... . Deal. Alice Deam, A. Dean, E. K. .. Dean, H. R. Dean, Martha . . Dean, R. R. .. Dean, W. A. .... . Dean, W. H. ..... . Dearing, M. Jane .... Dearlove, G. D. ...,. . Decker, Marion DeGette, J. H. ...... . De Guzman. M. Dehner, L. L. ..... . Dekker, G. ...... . Dekker, H. ....... . De Koven, Anita P.. .. De Lamar, J. DeLaney, E. N.... Delaney. R. DeLargY, P. Del Becearo, V. J .... Delich, Mary M ..... Deliere, W. A. ....... . DeLong, Alice M ..... . DeLong, L. Maurine.. Delta Delta Della Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Alpha Epsilon.. Chi ............ Delta Delta Gamma . ....... Kappa Epsilon . Phi ........... Phi Alpha ..... Pi ............. Sigma Lambda . Sigma Phi ..... Tfm Delta ..... Theta Epsilon . Upsilon ....... Zeta ......... Delves, R. L.. .... Demming. L. Demorest, J. R.... Denhart, G. A. .... . Denison. Betty Dennis. H. A ..... Denson, J. 0 ..... Denton. M. E.. .. Deohler. B. V .... Depken. G. C .... Page 474 ...QI501 247, . ..... 123 291 ffffffffffsfi 219, 222, 244: ...58 ....35 239, 251, 333 'iirif . 1401 .2584 .'.'.2l12I'a321."" '41s'1, . ,40, 423 .57 302 221 294 322 '304 362 292 4 1 0 .4-07, . 329 304 458 332 .58 352 245 361 378 304 227 .58 172 320 348 282 .58 271 411 ' 1110, 203. 331. 330, 344: 414 435 436 323 444 371 462 57 319 440 434 226 445 350 437 430 57 377 304 393 361 226 456 372 30 414 433 374 122 126 419 380 411 361 246 449 436 455 455 371 431 226 437 126 440 440 385 460 362 435 327 449 304 458 31 443 418 409 408 455 371 373 408 241 396 443 456 332 437 386 460 360 369 369 436 376 58 368 385 321 417 437 58 456 389 390 423 414 352 383 403 401 396 380 340 453 354 424 353 460 363 462 445 444 361 341 364 186 INDEX or PERSONS AND Bo0Ks-Continued Depler. J. L. .... . Derr, P. H. ....... . Derrough, R. M .... Dershem, H. De Turk. E. E. .. De Turk, W. E .... Deuss. H. 0. ..... . Deutch, Esther Dewey, J. C. ..... . Dewey, W. F.. . .. DeWolf, F. DeWolf, J. C .... De Wolf, DeWolf R. Dianis, P. W ...... Diaz, Judith L ..... Dick, D. E. ....... . Dickinson, B. S. .. Dickinson, F. G .... Dickinson, H. L. A .... Diekman, K. W. ....... . Dickson. Margaret D.... Diekman, C. F ........ Dietrich, H. ....... . Dietruh, F. ........ . Diifenbaugh, H. D.. . . . Dillavou, C. VV. ..... . Dillavou, E. R .... Dillavou, Nola Dillon, Dorothy Dillo11, E. G. ....... . Dillon, Helen Dimond, L. E. .... . Dippold. D. S.. . . . Dismukes Vt , '. 1' ..... .. Disosway, M. D. .... Dittus, R. VV.. . . . . .2-1-4, 262, 58 - 1 .. . .301, 302, 241 121, 319, 'E120,' 1781 ....58, 364, 418 1 ....301, 302 ....58, .. H3291 .58 323 378 1 .58 .........178, Division of Uniiversity Extension, Dix. A. C. ............. . Dix, M. Lenora ........ Dixon, D. ...... . Dixon, Esther . . Dixon, G. ..... . . . . Dixon, H. T. ........ . Dobbs, Dobson, Clarinda M.... Dodd. H. W. ........ . Dodge, A. F. ....... . Dodge, M. S. ......... . Dolan. Catharine E. .. Dolan, P. T. ...... . Dolan. T. J. ..... . Doland. J. J. ..... . Dolch, Catherine .... Dolch, Eleanor ....... Dolch, Marguerite Doll, Marguerite E. .. Donahue, Isabel M .... Donahue, J. T. ....... . Donovan. Donovan, Marguerite A Donovan, W. J. ....... . Dooley. J. C.. ........ .. Dorff, W. M. ..... . Dorman, W. M.. .. Dorner, H. B.. Dorris, V. Dorsett, C. Doss. D. H. .... .. Doubet, L. W. ..... . Douglas, A. H. ....... . Douglass, Alice Douglass, R. B ...... Douhan. J. G. .... . Dover, Marvine .. Dower. W. H.. . .. L .... Downey. C. .. Doyle. F. J. ...... Dragoo. Jean E .... . . . Drake. C. R. ...... .. Drallmeir, R. Dramatics ...... Draper. A. S.. . .. Draper, VV. H.... Dreis. Helen ..... Dressler, B. B.. .. Driss. L. . ....... . Driver. Wilma Drobisch, E. C. ..... .. Drysdale, Elizabeth . .. Dueker. F. E. ...... . Duff. R. A. ....... . Duiiield. T. Duflin. R. Dutfner. J. T.. .. Duffy, D. P. ........... . M. A. ......... . C.V ......... 119, Dufresne. J. A. ............ . Du Hamel. F. Eleanor. Dulany. Dorothy B. .... Dulin. Wvilflltl C. ...... . Dunbar. Louise B .... Duncan, B. M. ...... . Duncan, Eleanor J .... Duncanson. J. Dun,-zan, G. Dunham. C. F. .... . Dunham. Honna Dunlap. J. F. ..... . 180 Theiiizi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .59, 138, , 242 .......59 .......s05 ....271, 301 . ' . ........ 226 55019-l5.' 455' ' 319, 391, 453 .... ........'i.lh.. f.'ff50,' 4113" .......59 ..ff50.' ass" .'...'.59U ""2401'415,"44'5" . ' .........211 ....123, 293 . . .....'...5.9. . . 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Ip A Eagleton, Adda E. .... .. Earnest. Margaret L.... East, J. L ..... ..,...... Easterbrook, G. W... Eastin, M. R. ...... . Eastman, Sara Eastman, T. M. .... . Eaton. J. VV. .... . Ehhert, E. Eberle, W. E. ....................... . Eberllng, Irene ................. Ebert, Margaret R. ........ . Echternach, H. P...ti0, 252 Eck, L. N. ............... . 287, 318, Eckerstrom, W. A ................ Eckert, Evelyn ..... Eckert. V. M. .... . Eckfeld, D. K .... Eckhart, R. Eckhart, W. L. ..... .. I 00 ......301, Eddington, E. M.. .. 295, 339, Eddington, H. W.. Eddy, W. L. ......... ..301, 332, Edel, F. W. ....... . Edelmann, Isabel I' Edidin, M. A. ..... . Edlund. Vernece A. 443, Edmonds, J. L. ........ . Edmonds, J. R. ......... . Edmunds, Elizabeth A. .... Edwards, A. C. .................... . Edwards, Dorothy J. ............... . Edwards, Edna M. ................ . Edwards, H. E. . .. .. .60, 260, 331, Edwards, Mae ... .......... .... Edwards. M. L. .. ......... . .. Edwards. R. E. .... Edwards. Ruth E. .. .. .. .. Edwards. W. I.. .. ..... Ehm. G. J. ..... . R. ....... . ., ,162, Ehret, R. S ........... ..... 1 10, Ehrich. Hortense L.. .. ...... . . . .. Ehrlich, N. J. ........ . .. ....... Ehrlich. Theresa C. ....... ...... . . Eichelkraut, E. W. ......... .... 2 61, Eichelsdoerfer, Marjorie . .. . . . . . .. Fichenberger. R. E. ....... . . . . Eicher, Pauline V. ....... . . . . Eichorn, Velma M.. .. ...... Eidman. A. ......... .... 2 43. Eilertsen, N. S. ........ .......... . Eisele. Elizabeth M.. .. .. . . Eiseman. F. R ....... Eisner, E. Regina... Eisner. Janet Ekhlaw, G. E ..... Ekblaw, K. J ..... Ekstrom. C. G.. .. Ekstrom, C. W... Ekstrom. W. F.. .. Eldred. D. 0. .... . Eldred, 0. VV ....... Eldridge. Helen B.. . . . Eldridge, K. W ............ Electra .............. ..... Elfstrand, Frances E. ..... . . .. .302. Elkes. Regina E. ....... 119, 213. 220, Ellies. Matilde A. ................. . Ellington, C. V ..... ............. Elliot. M. A. ..... ....... . 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Ruth A. 319, 4 ....62, Page 476 120, 285, 252, 258 323. 440 241 322 427, 456 453, 357 342, 453 321, 462 .....314 .....434 369. 459 .61, 416 .....363 376 365, 449 .....376 61 327, 370 394. 453 398 393, 440 .....417 240. 443 322, 375 .....393 359, 454 301, 400 .....45s .....323 .....437 .....412 461, 463 226, 264 330, 461 .....350 .....454 .61, 323 .....409 440 442 .61, 409 .....437 377 441 61 .....362 214 215 328, 437 .....141 61 61 .....319 364 449 13 330 354 330 461 282 434 .....409 .....436 ....431 ....340 ....123 ....430 ....434 .....377 .....126 .348 39.1 62' ' 342' ' .62 244 255 366 320 320 430 323 420 170 .62 4 4 4 4 4 371 435 357 373 61 440 246 348 340 390 448 459 403 423 330 287 449 377 424 321 413 445 402 452 436 437 330 420 171 400 226 305 62 402 .....343 238 416 284 445 INDEX or PERSONS Ferguson-Adlaud, H. .. Ferina, J. C. ....... . Ferngren, A. 'l'. .... . Ferraud. Bernice Ferrell, Evelyn ..... Ferrell, R. V.. Ferrell. W. H. .... . Fetherston. 'l'. R. .... . Fetters, Ferue M.... Fichte. H. 0. ...... . Fick, R. J. ....... . Ficnerski, P. F.... Field Artillery . .. Field, E. R. .... .. Field. M. M. ......, . Fielder. Jean M. .... Fiersten, R. K .... Fifer. Florence . .. Filield. Jeanne ..... Fike, B. E. ....... AND Books-Continued ....123 Pike, J. M .... ......... ..... Filbey, Constance H.. .. .... . .. Filbey, E. J. .......,. .... 3 29, Filippi, C. R. .,........ .....,. . Filson, Katherine U. .... ....... 1 19. 240, 423, Finch, E. M. ...... .......... . Fine Arts Ball ,..... ........ Fine, Bernice A.... .... 24.1 Fink, VV. ....... . Finney, R. D .... . Finney, R. G .... Fiock, D. E. ......... . Fischer, A. W. ........ . Fischer, E. A ..... ....... Fischer, Elizabeth R .... Fischer. Lenice Fischer, W. R .... .... Fish, A. M. .... .... . Fish, Grace .............. Fishback, Virginia Fisher, A. E. .......... . Fisher, C. E. ........ . Fisher, Fisher, Elizabeth B ..... Fisher, S. D. ....... . G. C. ....... . .1432 ffffiis Fisher, G. H. ..... , .......... .. . Fisher, L. T. ...... .. ..... . Fisher, M. L. .............. . Fisher, Mildred A. ..... 222, 259, 305, Fisher, R. F. ............... . Fisher. R. M. ..62. 156, 181, 290, 339. Fisher, Sz D. .............. . Fisher. W E. Fishkin, M. M .... . Fishman. W. S.... Fitchie. J. Fitchie. R. G.. . . Fite. H. E ...... . .... Fitzgerald, Jean L.. . . . Fitz-Gerald, Linda .. Fitzjarrald, E. Fitzpatrick, G. J .... . Fitzsimmons. Cleo .. Fixler, Dorothy .... Fjelde. 0. S .... ..... Flachmann. C. R. .... ....156, 195, Flagg, J. Alice ..... ....... . Flanagan, L. H. ...... ....... . Flaningam, M. L .... . .. .... .. . . Flannigan. Mary T .... ........ Fleeman, Esther ....... .... 4 0, 63, Fleischbein, Annette L .... .......... Fleischli, F. K. ......... . . . . .. Fleming, Dorothy S.. . .. Fleming, M. J. ......... . .. Fleming, Mary E. .... .- Fleming, V. R ...... . - - Flentje, Edna M.. .. Flesch, Alice J. .... . . .. Fletcher, Doris D .... .. Flint, A. 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Hamlin, W. B .... Hamman, R. Hamman, V. T. .... . Ruth J. .. Hammann, L. L. ............... ..... . Hammer, J. W..4l, 69 Hammett, J. R. .... . Hamp, L. R .... ......... ........... Hampy. H. F.. . .. Hanafin, F. P.. . . .. Handbury, J. D .... Handley. G. F. ..... . Hands, F. C. ....... . Handschuh, Marie E. Hanke, H. M. ......... ........ . Hanna, P. S. ...... . Hannah, H. W. .... . Hannah, Phillis E.. . . Hannapel, H. R .... . . Hanselman, L. A.. . . . Hansen, H. F. ........ . Hansen, Kathryn G. . . . Hansen, Louise A .... Hansen, Mary K ..... Hans en J. R g , .. . . . Hanson, J. 0. ....... . Hanssen, Lucille K. . Harbers, Harding, A. .......... . Harding, Florence M .... Harding, G. M .... .. Harding, T. M .... Harker, 0. A.. . . .. Harlan, Marion E., .. Harlow, H. T. .... . Harman, H. J. ..... Harman, Helen J .... Harms, F. G. ..... . Harnden, P. C ..... Harnew, W. K ..... Harney, E. G. ...... . Harnisch, M. A. ...... . Harno, A. J. .......... . Harper, Margaret F. Harrell, Catherine Harrington, Alice M. Harrington, C. J .... Betty L ...... Harrington, D. ................. 304, Harrington, Josephine K.. . . . Harris, Harris, D. K. ..... . Harris, D. Harris, D. Jean .... Harris, J. 0. ..... . Harrison, H. E. .. Page 480 Barbara J. ............ . .....413 ....118, 172, 342 ...........371 .....326, 354 ......374 ... ....442 ...........359 ....301, 302, 356 ... ......... .. 69 ..............226 .........244, 409, 456 ....211, 268, 269, 270 ................437 ..........294, 373 ........389 ......389 ...... 69 .........389 ......123, 293 ...123, 258, 293 ..........408 ....227 ....241 ....323 ....349 ....301 ......371 ....69. 328 ........42l .....302. 332 .....330. 381 .....342, 454 .....344, 448 ........305 .. ...... 349 .........327 .....330, 461 ....... 342 ......378 ........321 . .... 353, 462 ........410 ....126 ......320 ........345 ....69. 453 ......227 ....319 ....342 ......353 ....69. 451 .................260, 381 .....386 283, 318, 323, 364, 450 .................122, 381 ......460 .....304, 356 ........402 ..............871 ................396 ....156, 201, 308, 452 ..........69, 417 .....888 ........257 ...348. 373 ......227 .........386 ...........377 .............366 .....69, 333 407 ...........419 . ........ 69 .....360 ......126 .......302 458 ............,409 ....300, 353 460 ...........424 .....319 323 ...... 69 .....348 ......430 ....69 343 ......372 ........410 ......69 304 ...........395 .............258 .....69, 329, 440 ....121, 320 399 ....23, 33 376 .... .......... 69 ........433 .....227. 331 .......321 322 339 380 .........32B. 462 ..43, 69, 214 259, 328, 411 445 ................357 ...............450 .............226 ....265, 321 323 ...........452 INDEX or PERSONS AND Books-Continued Harrison, H. Jane ........... ............ 4 15 Harrison, M. Elizabeth .................. 331 Harrison, R. M. .............. 42, 69, 137, 155 160, 162, 294, 457 Hartley, M. C ........ ................. 4 44 Hartley, Ruth J. .... ................. 2 26 Hartman, H. C. .... .... 7 0, 290, 339, 378 Hartranft, W. .. .............. 391 Hartsock, J. H. .... ............. 4 62 Hartz, S. H. ....... ...--- 1 96 Harwi, Lucy E. ..... .... 4 14, 463 Harshbarger, H .A .... ....-- 3 S1 Haskell, P. B. ....... ...... 3 44 Hasterlik, W. B .... ....... 3 84 Hatch, E. D. .... ..... 1 95. 199 Hatch, J. S. ...... ........... 3 65 Hatch, L. R. ........ ............ 3 65 Hathaway, C. M. ....... ...... 3 18, 322, 357 Hatton, Betty ................ 41, 70, 327, 411 Hauberg, Catherine D .... ......... 3 05, 427 Hauronic, J. E. ........ ....... 361 Hauser, M. F. ......... ......... 369, 448 Hauser, M. H ............. .......... 7 0, 369 Hautau, Dorothy M. .... 70, 217, 224, 437, 451 Hauter, K. S. ......................... 70, 342 Havel, J. E. ......... ............. 2 41, 258 Havens, C. S. ........ .... 3 3 Haverstock, R. T. ..... .... 1 27 Hawkinson, A. D ....... .- 346 Hawley, Dorothy W .... . .... 434 Haworth. Edith L ..... -..- 3 05 Hay, R. C. ............................... 351 Hayden, B. C. ........................... 382 Hayes, E. R. . ,70, 156, 197, 254, 320, 380, 453 Hayes, Elizabeth V. .................. 70, 226 Hayes, Nancy R. ........................ 421 Hayes, W. B. ..... .. 155 Haynes, W. G .... ..... 3 43. 448 Hays, G. E. ...... .......... 3 61 Hays, L. K. ...... ...70, 301, 440 Hayward, H. N.... ..... 330, 454 Hayward, R. F. .... .... 1 80. 399 Hazleton, H. A. .... ...329, 442 Hazlett, Olive C. .... ....... 4 44 Hazzard, Florence .... .... 2 26, 461 Head, Eleanor M. . .. 419 Heads, G. F. ....... .... 2 44, 371 Hearn, Doris V.. .. .. 70 Heater, E. F .... . ---- 454 Heaton, J. R. .... .... 1 27 Heatter. A. W.... -- 372 Heck, Gladys ..... .... 4 56 Heckler, F. W ....... .... 3 88 Heckman, H. W. ...... ......... 3 41 Hedblom, C. A. ......... .......... 1 27 Hedgcock, J. Vivian .... ..... ....... 4 3 4 Hedges, E. G. ........ .... 1 62, 349, 448 Hediger, L. L. ....... ..... .... 3 5 1 Hedtke. W. A. .... ...70. 150. 397 Heep, E. A ...... .... .... 3 4 5 Heer,R.R. ...... .... . .. ....352 Hehner, H. 0 .... .. ......... .... 3 58 Heideman, G. J .... .... 7 0, 329, 385, 440 Heideman, W. A. ....... ......... .... 3 2 3 Heidhues. Louise H. .... ....... .... 4 1 5 Heidinger, H. C. ...... .. ..... 361 Heidrick, G. W. ..... ......... 3 43, 441 Heigl, Lois I .... ..... ......... .... 4 1 2 Heimbaugh, J. D.... ............. 70, 440 HCiIl, D. O. ........ .... 7 0, 400, 440, 450 Hein. W. E. ....... ......... ..... 4 0 0 Heinlein, J. D .... .... .............. 3 5 2 Heinzelman, Edith .... 70, 212, 410, 445 Heiser, I. W ...... ..... ......... ..... 2 4 7 Helander, Bertha A. .... ....... ..... 2 1 5 Helbing, A. T .... ..... . .... 3 42 Helfrick. C. K.. .. .... 385. 453 Heller, C. H. . .. - -- - - -452 Heller, F. L. ..... ......... . . ..... 382 Heller, H. A. ...... ............ ..... 3 0 2 Hellgren, Ada E. .... ........ ....... 1 2 3, 226 IieHlnich, IE. J. .... .... 41, 70, 288, 322, 351 Hellmich, H. A. .... .......... 4 2, 70, 136, 156 170, 176, 177, 251, 342 Helm, J. E .... ..... .............. ..... 3 0 4 Helm, Marion S. .............. 330, 454 Helper. Adele R. .... - ....- 432 Helton, Aileen J.... ..--' 4-12 Hempen, Marie C. ...... .. -295 Henbach, H. G .......... .. ..... 282 Henderson, Dorothy L. .... ...... ..... 4 1 6 Henderson, E. H. ........ ...71, 377, 440 Henderson, M. ......... .... ..... 4 5 1 Henderson, R. G. .... .. ...... 269 270 Hendv, A. E. ......... ......... ..... 4 5 1 Heniken, Marian ............. 71, 426 Henley, Mary C ..... .... 7 1, 212, 263, 409 Henley, T. J. ...... ....... 7 1, 245, 388 Hennig, J. M.... ....... .....367 Henning. A. B. . .. .. . -323 Henning, A. C. ..... . . -395 Henricksen, W. E. ...... ........... ..... 3 3 2 Henriot, Mildred L. ................... 71 227 Henry, Ada D. ....... ..... 3 02, 305, 437 458 Henry, H. K. ...... ............ 3 47 449 Henry,J.C.... ......... .....71 Henry, W. ......... ---.- 3 41 Henry, W. H. ........ ...378 Henson, C. W. .......... ...457 Henson, Claudine A .... . .. . 71 Hepburn, Elizabeth J... Hepner, E. P... .... ... .. . Herbert, Catherine V. .... ........ . Herbst, Alice B. ...... . Herman, M. G. ..... . Herrington, J. W.. . . ..71 425 ......126 71 .427, 456 ..71 450 Herron, E. L ..... ...24-1, 349, Herrold, S. ..... . Hershey, N. J.. Hershman, S. R.... Herzberg, E. F .... Hesli-p, . Hess. Hess. J. H. M 1' Hess, M. C. Hess, R. G. ...... . Hess, R. H. ....... . 448 .........126 .. .... ...394 265 ............369 F. L. .... 71, 339 Hesse, Kathryn J. ........ . Hessler, G. 0 ...... ......... Hesselschwerdt, Catherine .... . . . . Hester, W. T. ....................... . Hettler, Ruth H. ...... . Hetzner, H. P. .... ........... 3 01, Heubach, H. G. Heubach, R. W. Heubner, F. W ..... . Heuerman, E. O .... . Hewitt, Hewitt, G. B. .... . Hewitt, Hewlin, Hey, D. E ......... Heyer, Lois E. ..... . Heyer, W. M ....... .. Mary A. Mary T.. . . Hiatt, Elizabeth Hiatt, Rosemary Hibbert, R. W.. Hickey, J. P. Hickey, R. J. .... . H. .. Hickman, M. M. .. . Hickman. R. ........... .. ....... 40, 41, 71, 316, 318, 323, .71, 332 252: 380. F. E. .... ...71, 156, 195, 71, 258, 288, Hickox, Jeannette L.. . . Hicks, R. L. .......... . Hieronymus, R. C.. . . Hieser, I. W ..... ..... Higgins, Mardelle .... Hiles, F. R. ........ . Hilfinger. D. F ..... Hill, B. W. .... . Hill, F. C. . . .. Hill, H. . .... . . Mary M. . . Shirle E Hill, Hill, y . Hill, Virginia M. I-Iillebrand. H. N ....... Hillier, Elizabeth Hilligoss. R. L ........ Hilton, G. R. ......... . Himelblau, Lucile C.. . . . Hindman, J. F. ....... . Hindman, Virginia ..... Hines, N. W ......... 42 .'.':i6i,' 555 199. ..... v 262, 305, 72, 156, 195, 342 126 352 269 360 437 389 412 304 428 346 287 463 380 397 389 345 340 409 434 .71, 378 . . . . 331 . . . 304 . . . 411 . . . 411 . . . 349 . . . . 369 . . . . 358 291. 323 . . . . 72 259, 414 . . . . 383 385, 460 331, 373 . . . . 437 343, 449 . . . . 455 352, 440 . . . . 72 339, 355 .72, 408 414 223, 261 419, 445 268, 270 437 .72, 386 458, 462 . . . . 422 . . . . . 349 . . . . 411 199. 369 356, 453 Hinger, C. J. ..................... 72, Hinman, Eunice ....... Hinners, S. Hinnshaw, W. W.. .. Hintz, H. P ........ Hinze, V. H ..... Hipp, U. ...... . Hirsch, H. B. .... . Hirsch, L. E. ..... . Hirsh, Harriet J. Hirsh, Mildred H. . . "Hit the Deck" ....... Hitchcock, C. R. ..... . Hitchcock, Isabelle M. . . . Hixon, R. M ............ Hixson, A. L ..... .... Hoblit, F. D ......... Hoblit. J. A .......... I-lodal, R. J. .......... . Hodgen, Mildred A.... Hodges, E. R. ....... . Hodges, F. K. ..... . Hodgson, Arlene . .. Hodgson, Helen B. . .. .jliil 123, .72, 318, .'.'.'1E, .72, 365, 2 348, 437, Hodsdon, Ruth E. ........ 72, 326, 333:41-9 Hodson, Jeanette A.... Hoeft, J. A. ......... . Hoehn, Eleanor B.. . .. Hoehner, H. Eloise .... Hoelscher, R. P. .... . Hoelscher, W. F.. . .. Hoener, I. R. ..... . Hoerter. W. W. .... . Hofer. Jesse W.. . . . Hofferbert, R. P. .... . . Hoffman, Audrey A. .. Hoffman, B. F. ...... . ........156, 437: 186, 330, 323, Hoffman, Johanna .......... .. .. Hoffman, K. A. .... .................. . Hoffman, L. E. .. .... 41, 72, 156, Hoffman, N. ...... ............. . Hoffman, R. F. Hoffman, T. Q. . . .. Hoffman, Hofmann, Corris M.. . . W. P. ..... . . ........ 72, . . . .122, 289, . . .. .. .73, 200, 320, 292, 378, 70, 295, 244 72 462 360 366 332 370 370 431 422 220 323 430 347 451 365 457 393 426 258 376 456 227 463 456 390 416 305 357 364 322 353 385 72 431 348 432 72 377 370 366 375 463 436 All the way from England, across the Atlantic by steam- ship, up the Mississippi and Illinois rivers by steamboat, overland by wagon 40 miles to the blacksmith shop of john Deere in the little fron- tier village-thus had come the steel. It was a notable event to the pioneer villagers and farmers. They were all talking about the shipment. Steel was scarce and high priced. For a hundred years there had been no improvement over the slow, costly Hunts- man process of making steel. It was years before the coming of the Bessemer proc- ess, the Siemens-Martin process arid the open-hearth process. England, with an annual output of less than 50,000 tons, controlled the steel markets of the world. In young America, no dependable source of good steel was available at any price. But john Deere, foreseeing the importance of his steel plows, had worked out his specifications and ordered plow steel from England. From a broken mill-saw blade he had built the worlds first successful steel plow, in 1837. For a few years he had made plows from saw blades and other products gathered from all accessible points. He wanted a source of supply in keeping with his vision of a wilderness conquered by the steel plow. All theW'ay from En land And here was the steel ready for his craftsmanshipg steel that cost more than 3300 a ton deliveredg slabs of steel from each of which this ener- getic young blacksmith could cut material for six mold- boards and shares-the first shipment of plow steel from a steel-maker to a plow-mak- er since the world began! Gone was the uncertainty of depending upon old saw blades for plow bottoms. No longer would there be the crudities of construction due to improvised material. Here was the highest grade steel that could be secured for making plows - steel rolled to the exact specifica- tions of John Deere-good, thick steel that enabled john Deere to make better plows, in much greater quantities each day. Thus was the second great step taken in the steel-plow in- dustry-a step that ranked in importance with the building of the first steel plow by John Deere in 1837. Steel for john Deere plows! It is easy to get today. Great steel mills of America produce it, with all of the latest methods of manufacture. One sees its bright reflection of the sun from moldboard and share, in all sections where plowmen go afield with steel plows-a shining light that tells of the spirit of progress of the blacksmith who founded the steel-plow industry and the john Deere organization which manufactures and dis- tributes to all parts of the world quality equipment for every farming operation. DEERE 81 CO., GENERAL TRADE PAPER ADVERTISEMENT No. 82912 Success in a ut Shell VOLUMES have been written on Dental Economics, yet the formula of Success is very simple.-"Successful Dental Practices Are Founded on Satisfied Patients." How gratifying it is to have patients express their pleasure with the comfort, efficiency and life-like appearance of restorations which you have made for them. Gratifying and profitable, too. Satisfied patients return and bring others with them. Proper esthetic and masticatory effects have their foundation in correct tooth selections. Even consummate skill cannot entirely com- pensate for teeth that are not of the proper mould, shade or texture. Teeth selected at our tooth counter are taken from the Largest Retail Stock on the North American Continent. More than a quarter of a century ago we introduced Steele's Inter- changeable Facings and the now famous "Twentieth Century-Solila-Trubyte" line of teeth to the dentists of this community. Since that time "Frame's for Teeth" has be- come a "by-word" among the Profession-a compliment and a responsibility we try our best to live up to. You will find our Merchandise and Gold Departments conducted on the same high stand- and. We are happy to represent such outstand- ing manufacturers as L. D. Caulk, Ransom and Randolph, Cleveland Dental, S. S. White, Thos. J. Dee, J. M. Ney, Dental Products, and other leading companies. We invite your future patronage on the basis of efficient service and friendly co-operation. C. L. FRAME DENTAL SUPPLY C0. 17th Floor Mallcrs Building Chicago, Illinois Page 481 Huff, R. B. ....... . Hogan, S. C. ..... . Hogue, J. C. ....... . Hoheisel, W. F. ...... .... 4 00, 450, Hohenadel, Elsa L. .... ......... . Hohenadel, J. F ...... .. .73, 255, Hoke, S. F. ........ ....... . Hokin, E. R. .......... ...... . Holiday, Harriet E.. . . ...... .. .73, Holiday, R. L. ........ ........ . Holland, Eleanor W. .... ........ 7 3 227, Holland J. ........... .... 7 3, 326 330, Holland. Max J ..... .. ............ . . . . Holland, Milton J. . . . ........... . ... . Holland, R. R. .... 252 287, 308, 316, 320, Hollenbeck, F. D. ..... ................ . Hollender, A. ................... 73, 304, Holler, H. A. ........ ..... . . . . Holman, C. F. ........... .... 7 3, Holmes, Catherine R. . . . . . . . . . Holmes, Mary E. ..... . . .454, Holmes, R. M. ...... . . . . Holoife, C. P. ...... ...... . Holsinger, N. W. .... . . .375, Holsinger, W. W. .... ...... . Holt, C. H. ....... . . .244, Holt. H. D. ...... . . . . Holt,H. Holty, R. S ....... .... Holtzman, J. A.. . . . . . . Holzrichter, G. C. ...... ..... . . Homann, Elizabeth . . . . . . .73, Homann, Rosina ....... .... Homecoming ............. .... Home Economics Club ..... .... Honeywell, C. W.. .... . . .. Hong, E. ........... . . . . . . Honnold, I. P. ............... .... Honnold, J. 0. ................ . . .304, Honoraries and Professionals. . . Hood, Elaine ................. ..... 222, ' 365 440 459 .434 304 304 394 414 365 327 454 382 379 440 73 443 392 388 421 456 460 127 454 323 349 349 402 .375 349 397 411 .440 .262 456 258 246 73 332 439 244 Hoof and Horn Club .... ....... .... 4 5 7 Hooper, F. S. .......... ..... 7 3, 359, 451 Hooper, G. B. ........ .......... 3 59 Hopkins, B. Smith .... ..... 3 45, 358 Hopkins, Dorothy ...... .... 1 19 Hopkins, Marjorie R. . . . .... 16, 17 Hopkins, T. R. ........ ....... 8 73 Hopkinson. H. R.. .. .... 73, 840 Hopper, C. H ...... ..... 7 3 Hopper, Zelma V.. . . .... 73, 436 llopwood, D. E. .... ..... 4 40 Hora, J. L. ...... . Horacek, H. J.... .......... I-lorch, G. A.. ...... ...... 4 2, 73. 134, 155, 251, 283. 329, 397, Horn, A. M. ............................ . I-lorner, Frances M. ...... 40. 73, 282, 407, Horner. H. ......... ................. . Horowitz, W. M. .... ........... . . . . . . Horrall, T. S. ...... . . . . Horsley, J. E. ..... . . .. Horstman, W. L. .... . . . . . Hosford, W. F ...... .... 7 4, Hoskins, Dorothy E. . . . . . . . . Hoskins, J. Adele . . . .. . . Hoskins, Louise H. Hostetter, Marie M. .... .... . Hotchkin, Miller H. .... ...... . Hotchkin, R. ........ . . .186, Hotchkiss, L. B.. . . . . . .. Hottes, C. F ....... .... Houcek, J . E .... .... Houchens, J . B .... Hough. Alice Hough, E. W ..... . 423 .... Houghton, A. V.. . . Houghton, E. E. .... . Houndt, G. F ........ . . . . .156, 194, Hounsley, Mary M. .... .... . Houpert, Jean . . . . . . House, Helen V. ..... . Howatt. Houser, Howald, Howard, , Evelyn G. Howard, Howard Howard Howard, Howard, ..1-23., Mrs. A. M. .... ..... . E. R. ...... . E. N. ..... . F. C. ..... . ,F.W. H. S. W. V. G.M ..... Irish. Rosemary J. . .. Irons, E. P. ........ . Howe, E. E. ...... . Howe, Eleanor G .... . . Howell, Barbara K.. . . Howell, Irene M. ...... . Howell, Katherine L.... Howell, W. H. ......... . . .. 339, ' 23:5 - 178, 227, 123, Howk, J. H. ....... ......... 7 4, Hoy, D. S. ......... ........ 7 4, 386. Hoyle, Hazel .... 40, 74, 214, 424, 445, Hoyne, Mary W.. . . ....... . .74, Hrnak, M. A ..... ..... 3 97. Hubbard, A. F .... . . . . . Hubbard, F. B ....... Hubbs, Emma R.. . . . Huber, F. J . ...... . Huber, Irma C .... Page 482 562, 127 .391 204 441 .353 419 17 401 381 383 .372 461 227 423 227 .419 .186 189 341 356 415 415 .328 462 393 369 391 .430 .458 257 320 349 .416 358 357 126 322 389 .457 295 293 435 418 369 377 450 407 446 458 454 .330 383 .227 460 .456 INDEX or PERSONS AND Booics-Continued I-luber, Mary F. ...... . Huckett, Ruth F. ..... . Huckins, Margaret Hudelson, Alice ...... Huddelston, S. L.. . . . Hudson, G. G. .... . Hudson, G. T. .. Hudson, H. P. .. Hudson, L. D. . . . Hudson, R. S. . . . Hudson, W. D. . .. Hudson, W. W. . . . . Huebener, F. W.. .. . . . Huelster, Laura J.. . . . Huey, Caroline B.. . . Huff, G. A. ..... . Huff, P. D. .... . Huff, Virginia B. Huifman, J . F. .... . Huffman, L. M... . . Huggins, I. M ....... Hughes, C. E. ....... . Hughes, Cathryn Hughes, F. H. .... . J. Huie, Ida. M. ..... Hulet, Geraldine L.. . . Hulett, E. C. ........ . . . .'.'.'.7'4', ' ..fIf2fi,' 156, 342, ..ff-ii.. '.74, 118, 301, 3611 258, 2162 415, 154, 450, .14, 'a'4b', 226, 365, Hulick, C. O. ...... .... 7 4, 271, 301, Hull, R. L .............. . ........... . Humbracht, H. Humiston, C. E. ..... . Humphreys. S. Hunsaker, R. L. ..... . Hunt, Dorothy M. Hunt, L. H. ....... . Hunt, M. ........ . Hunter, J. H. . . . Hunter, M. H. . . . . Hunter, Ruth E. . . . Huntington, W. C.. . .. Hurn. Lucille ....... Hursh. R. K. ..... . Hursh. R. W. .... . Hurt, Mary L ........ Hurwich. Rita P. .... . Huson, Eleanore H .... Huson, Frances Huss, Lucile F. .... . Huston, A. D... . . Hutchinson, J. . . . . Hutchinson, J. J. Hutchinson. W. A. Hutson, S. Hutton, J . Hutton, R. B. .. . C ..... . R Huxmann, R. F. ........ . . . . Huxtable, Kathryn W Hyde, R. J.. Hyink, C. F Hyndman, H. L.. Hyzer, W. C ...... . . ..330, . .. .356, . . . .332, . . . .74, 261, Iagmin. A. P.. .. lball, Mary ..... lber, C. C. Iber, H. M. ..... . ....75, ....75, Iler, Kathleen C ..... ...... ....... Iles, Mary M. ......... Illini Board o Control ..........305, The f , .......... Illini Theatre Guild .......... ..... Illinois Union ............. ....... Illzo, The . ........ .. Imle. A. R. .......... . ....242, ....122- lmmele, M. Sophia ...... ....... Independent Council . . . . . . . . Infantry ............. Ingalls, H. B. ..... . Ingalls, Lillian .... Ingham, Ruth H .... Inskip, F. R. ......... .. Intramural ............. Interfrafernify Council "I, Pagliafcvin . .......... ..... . Ireland, C. H. ......... .... 7 5, Ireland, Eloise . . . Irish, H. E. ....... . Irland. J. E. ..... . Irvin, Irwin , Dorothy M. .. . Irwin, Irwin R. K. ......... . Mary J. ,R. R. ..... . Isador, J . R. ...... . Isaminger. F. E ..... .. ...'ff.ff259. .....162. 304, . . . .75, 294, lsenburg, P. H. ........ . lsherwood, Marie E .... . lttner, R. T. ......... . 302, 246, -341, 1541 '.74, 34 9, 358, a 02 , 2742 3891 111151 136. 355, '.75, 156, 244, 5451 4271 243, 258. slab, 245: 245, 4.18, 332, 435: .456 414 .409 .423 377 74 304 240 380 304 380 304 323 451 445 155 453 440 287 413 126 348 457 453 456 389 4-58 226 301 460 385 350 127 350 359 437 440 350 380 390 415 453 420 457 356 328 432 74 419 422 450 454 459 126 344 349 238 463 380 416 392 377 322 332 75 437 440 449 75 456 238 268 254 244 375 331 258 310 359 226 426 399 203 339 276 341 409 126 445 371 345 350 456 456 373 75 356 75 419 374 J Jackson, C. O. .......... . .453 Jackson, D. F. ..... .... 7 5, 339, 375 Jackson, H. G. ....... ........... 1 97 Jackson, Helen E. .. .... 302, 361 Jackson, Helen F. . .. ..... . .458 Jackson, L. N. ..... .... 7 5, 356 Jackson,R.V.... ......75 Jackson, T. H. . . . . .. .351 Jacobs, H. H. . .. . . . .401 Jacobs, L. J. ......... .....374 Jacobs, W. ...... .............. 3 48 Jacobson, L. G.. . . ................. 364 Jacobson, R. D.... ...264, 304, 397, 452 Jacoby, A. L. ...... ....... 7 5, 447, 452 Jaeckel, P. H. ........ .............. 3 B8 Jaeger, Lillian B. ...... ..... 7 5, 413 James, Elizabeth A. .... 331, 412 James, G. W. ........ ....... 3 32 James, L. E. ....... .................. 3 85 James, Mary F. .. .. . ......... .75, 428 James, S. L. . .. .... 309, 317, 321. 399, 462 Jana, J. T ..... .. ....... .......... 3 91 Jansen, E. ....... .................. 3 88 Jaranowski, H. ..... .... 3 91 Jared, Mildred J. .... .... 2 26 Jared, Milfreida, L. .. .... 226 Jarl, E. L ..... ..... .... 3 6 3 Jaronski, Helena . . . ................. .123 Jasinski, E. J. ..... ......... ......... . . 317 Jasper, Eileen A. ....... 75 271, 305, 458, 461 Jauch, Virginia C. ........................ 76 Jeanblac, L. R ...... .......... 76, 327 Jedlicka, J. L. ........ ......... 7 6 Jefferson, B. L. ........ .... 3 77, 450 Jehlik, A. J. ............. .... 3 04, 388 Jenison, Ernestine K. .... ...... 4 27 Jenkins, Alice C. ..... ..... 4 18 Jenkins, Elizabeth . .. . . . 434 Jenkins, R. B. ..... 351 Jennings, A. ..... . . . 198 Jennings, A. M. . ..... 453 Jensen, I. G. .... 76, 390 Jensen, R. W. .. ......... 377 Jenson, R. F. ..... ........... 1 23 Jervis, Helen M ...... ..... 2 26, 437, 456 Jobusch, F. H. ........ ........... 3 72 Jochen, E. F. ............ ...... .... . 8 04 Johannigmeier, Melva . . . ............ . 437 Johansen, T. S. ......... ..... 1 80, 322, 443 Johns, Elizabeth F.. . . ......... . . 436 Jolmson, A. ......... ......... 3 49 Johnson, Eileen E. . . .. 434 Johnson, Elaine G. . . ............. 430 Johnson, Elma C. . . . ........... 227, 456 Johnson, E. S. ..... .... 7 6, 242, 320, 441 Johnson, Evelyn F. . . . ............ . . 417 Johnson, F. K. ....... ............. 3 56 Johnson, F. R. ....... . ...... 350 Johnson, F. T. ........ .... 3 88, 460 Johnson, Frances L. . . ...... 436 Johnson. G. D. ....... ......... 3 32 Johnson, G. R. ...... ........... 4 55 Johnson, Grace E. .. . . ........ .. .. 413 Johnson, H. A. .... .... 3 01, 855, 458 Johnson, H. C. .... ........... 3 74 Johnson, H. N. ....... 76, 455 Jolmson, H. S. .... .... 7 6 Johnson, H. W. .. .... 458 Johnson, lone M. .. .... 451 Johnson, J. H. .... . . . 127 Johnson, J. L. ........ ...... 3 40 Jolmson, K. J. .......... .... 7 6, 359 Jolmson, Margaret A. . . . ..... 76, 456 Johnson, Marie F. ..... .... 4 11. 463 Johnson, P. K. ....... .... 354 Johnson, R. J. ....... .... 3 22 Johnson, S. E. ........ .... 7 6 Johnson, Thelma G. .. . .... . . 411 Johnson, Violet I. ..... .... 7 6, 420 Johnson, Virginia E. .... .... 4 08, 445 Johnson, Vivian ....... .... 2 23, 419 Johnson, W. G. ...... ...... 3 85 Johnson, W. H. ...... . . 454 Johnson, W. S. ..... ......... 3 71 Johnson, W. W. . . . ........ 76, 344 Johnston, D. J. ..... 41, 76, 288 Johnston, H. A. .. ....... 76, 450 Johnston, H. B. ...... .. 388 Johnston, L. ....... 363 Johnston, Ruth C. . . ..... 427 Johnston, Virginia .. .... 76, 415 Johnstone, H. F. .... .... 3 50, 358 Jokisch, Alta G. ..... .... 2 44, 413 Jokisch, Bernice E .... ...43, 77, 413 Jonelis, F. G. ....... ............. 7 7 Jones, A. C. ...... .... 3 21, 323, 440 Jones, A. H. ....... 848, 354 Jones, B. M. ,..... .. ......... 371 Jones, Edith F. .... .............. 4 19 Jones, Edwin M. .... 290, 339, 341 Jones, Eldon M. . .. ..... . .... . .378 Jones, Emily R. .... .............. 4 35 Jones, Fanny L. ............ .. 411 Jones, G. E. ..... .... 7 7, 176, 327, 385 Jones, H. N. .... ............ . . 878 Used by over 75'Z, of all dentists in th U. S. A. The right equipment for the dental graduate upon which to build a practice. 'nvx2:ii'F -:lfliliirfz DRINK! . ..,.. Aqvu, . FLSTAFF' "The Choicest Product of the Brewers' Art" F alstaff Brewing Corp'n ST. Louis, Mo. 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Joseph, Joseph, J oshel. J ost, C. J ost, F. A. ..... . Jost, Lucille E .... Judah. L. N ...... H. S. ....... 77, L. Judy, W. H. ...... . Junge, Annabel F.. . . . Junior Prom ..... Junius, J. G. ..... . Jurgens, R. E. ...... . Jutton, Emma R.. . . . Juvinall, F. M.. . . . H. B. .............. . 332, .3S3, 408, 135, .. .195, ...13271 . .'.'.'.'.112Q'77,' ' U ' 254, 339, 344, .77, .77, 256, 282, 288, 348, . . . .l56, 186, 350, 190, 268, 1 .........121, 276 ' 296' .77, 330, 263, 339, 384, 271, ....219, .77, . . ..246, 259, .77, K Kaar, Frances L. Kadyk, Mildred J.. .. Kaeding, H. G.. . .. Kaesar, G. A. ...... . Kagan, L. A. ......... . Kam, M. G... ........ Kahler, Margaret M... Kahn. Lois M. ........ . Kahn, M. I. ........ . .....77, .....77, . . . .123, .. . .305, Kamien, I. A. .... ............ . . . . . Kamlnski, P. J ...... . . . Kamm, A. C. ....... 42, Kamm, A. J.... Kanaga, L. W. ..... Kandaras, J. G... . Kane, D. E ..... .... Kanter, J. B. ........ . Kaplan, H. H. ........ . Kappa Alpha Theta .... Kappa Delta . . . . . . Kappa Delta Pz ....... 139, 'i76,' 173, .........170, ..41, 77, 225, Kappa Delta Rho ...... Kappa Kappa Gamma .... Ka S' ma .. ppa ig ........ Kappa Tau Alpha. . . . . Karlovich, J. K. ....... . . Karraker, Mrs. G. W... Karraker, 0. M. ...... . Karrenbrock, W. E.. . . Kasch, Emily D. .... . Kasch, F. W. ..... . Katt, A. A ..... . Katz. A. J. . . Katz, Ruth ......... Katz, Sarah ........ . . . ffffi56,' .18-6: Katzmann, Helen H.. . . . Kaufman, I. W. ...... . Kaufmann, Leola M. Kaufmann, M. L. .... . . Kaufman, Vivian G.. . . Kaufmann, W. F.. .. . Kausal. J. F. ...... . Kavanagh. C. H.. . . Kavolus, J. J. .... . Kazunas, A. A.. . .. Kean, Helen A ..... Kearns. J. Keck, G. H ..... . Keck, K. M.. . .. Keener, C. A.. . . . Keepper, W. E.. . . Keeton. R. W.. . . . Kehoe, M. C. ...... . Keil, D. C ............ Keilholz, F. J .......... Keiser, Jeanette C.. . . . Keith, Eleanor . .... . Keith, Mary ...... Keith, W. P. ....... . . ........7'7, ...77, 296, .....78, . .'.'.'.?fs1 '.'.'.131'21i. . . .2781 301. Keller, Ernestine B. ................. . Kellermann, H. A. ..... . Kelley, Cornelia, P. . . Kelley, Kelley, J . D. .... . Kelley, Olive P. . . . Kelley, Sallie .... Grace 137, . .42, 78, 318. 319. 383 378 462 458 456 251 449 350 304 399 348 333 376 400 372 357 453 420 353 463 384 384 452 397 344 437 398 333 417 284 389 450 417 302 414, 462 217, 430 393 293, 347 382 392 414, 458 432 394 332, 370 255, 258 176, 361 171, 361 389, 443 396 270, 362 322, 384 384 408 430 328 386 410 .....342 .....333 .....323 257 ..16, 17 345, 442 417, 456 190. 390 304 394 .. 77 436 .....437 394 432 384, 452 453, 463 .454 339, 399 362 442 245 409 195, 199 323, 364 343 330, 454 331, 451 126 371 344 359 305, 437 409 .....419 367, 457 412 155, 172 320, 374 412 428 330 .78, 428 219, 428 Page 484 INDEX or PERSONS AND Booics-Continued Kelly, E. B. ...... . Kelly, L. J. ....... . Kelly, Margaret M. . Kember, Eileen B. .... . Kemp, H. A. .......... . Kemper, J. M. ......... . Kendall, Betty J. Kendall, Catherine Kendall, Jean ......... Kendall, N. S. ........ . Kendrick, J. S. ........ . Kennedy, Caroline G... ......40, 78, 282 .78 305 434, 440 ..........78, 1 v 270 1 1 1 1 Kennedy, E. C. ....... . Kennedy, G. C. ..... . Kennedy, Kennedy, J. W. . . . Kennedy, Sunny .. Kennedy, T. B. Kennett, T. C. .... . Kenney, H. E. ..... . . H. F. Kenney, R. T. ....... . Kennicott, Marian Kennicott, R. ...... . Kennington, Ruth Kent, N. C ........ Kephart, C. .... . Kepler, J. Keramos ....... Keranen, J. Kerberg. C. B. .... . Kerch, Barbara . . . Kerchner, C. Kern, Lucille A.. . . . . Kerns, A. F. ....... .. Kerns, Florence G. .... . Kerr, Dorothy L. ..1l9, Kerr, F. W. .......... . Kerr, W. H. .... Kessler, H. .... . Kessler. L. M. ...... . Ketchum, M. S ....... . Kettle, J. E. ........... . Keusink, Virginia M.... Keyes, D. B. ......... . Kibhle, W.. R. ...... . Kihurz, A. J.. . . . Kidder, H. E .... .. Kidder, Margaret . . . Kiedaisch, G. J. .... . Kieding, H. E. ..... . . . Kientzle, Elizabeth . . . Kiler, C. A. ....... . Kiler, Ercilia M.. . . . Kiley, G. L ........ Kiltz, W. R. ...... . Kimbale, P. W... .. Kimball, Carolyn .... Kincaid, J. Kincy, W. Kinder, I. G. ..... . Kinderman, R. H .... King, A. B. ...... . . . . .78, 359, 243 ....245, .......423 .....434 ....226 453 . ...... 412 ....78, 290 ....156 ....190 328, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . .78, 217 304, 305, 420 .......78, 320 - ...,330 ....358 .....79 ....118 . . . .79. 409 ....123 ....350 ...,.79 1 1 1 1 King, B. A. ....... ..... 1 21, 246, 256 317, 318, 363 King E. E. .......... ....... 3 30, 360 Kin,-gl Elizabeth W. King, M. D. ........ .. King, R. M. ..... King. W. J. Kingman, D. S.... Kiningham, B. D.... Kinkaid. J. I. ..... . Kinley, D. ...... . Kinnear, R. Kinsinger, F. E.. .. Kinzer, R. E .......... ......... ...79 ...........40. 79, .79, 317, 386, 454, Kinzer. W. ........... . Kipp. Karlene M. ..... . Kirchner, Dorothy L... Kirk, A. E. ......... . .. Kirk, B. V. ......... . .......227 .........241 . . . .270, 292 Kirk, Helen J. ....... .... 2 4-4, 419 Kirk, J. P. ........... ...42, 79, 344 Kirkpatrick, Bernice F. .................. . Kirkpatrick, D. E. . ......... 319, 323, 355 Kirkpatrick, J. P. . . . . ..... ...180 Kirkpatrick, L. ....... . Olive A. Kirkpatrick, . . Kirley, D. C. .... ....... . Kirschenbaum, A. W.. .. Kitchell, Velma I. ..... . Kitzinger, Angela M.. . . Kivovitch. J. S. ....... . Klapperich. Marie V.. . .. Klass. Sara ........... Klawans. S. D. ...... . Klawans, Z. H. ........ . Kleckner, Ladyne E.. . . . Klee. Eleanor W. ...,.. . Kleeman. Hermine L.. .. Kleene, R. H ..... .... Klehm, Margaret . . . Klein, D. ........ . Klein. 0. G. ...... . .'.'.'.2'19 . . .79 ffffisif 1129'.' 381 Klepinger, J. F. .... .... 7 9, 270, Klick, F. M. ....... . Klimek. S. Kline, K. E ...... Klingel, R. L ..... fflfiza 352 391 456 459 344 375 417 443 443 357 78 227 378 377 457 354 446 362 371 194 331 409 176 437 369 437 244 457 330 372 417 378 456 368 291 455 453 440 460 301 453 78 410 452 345 323 380 462 341 351 226 257 462 79 323 440 408 342 448 451 383 377 263 462 463 418 339 462 372 390 364 293 346 345 295 127 126 456 410 365 301 456 441 434 463 301 327 327 376 79 461 451 384 429 436 384 384 226 455 432 348 430 332 358 450 128 440 457 388 Klingelhofer, J. J. ...... . Klingman, Florence C.. .. Klingner, Mary Klockau, R. A. ...... . Kloos, Alyce E ........ Klopper, R. ............ . Knappenberger, T. G. Knauer, R. L. ...... . Kneer, Leora P... . . . . Knight, A. H. Knight, C. W. Knight, G. A. ..... . Knight, Virginia H. . . Knight, W. A. ........ . Knipp, Barbara M .... Kmpp, C. T ..... ...... Knowles, Delores ..... . Knudsen, W. N. ........ . Knudtzon, Frances S.. .. . Knuth, Myrtle A. .... . Knutz, Alice M ..... .. .. Koch, D. R. ..... . Koch, Elsa A. .... . . . . . Koch, Ruth Koehler, Jean E .... Koehler, L. J. ..... . Koehm, Helen L.... Koertge, N. Kohler, J. E. ..... Kohn, Kohn, Kohn, Martha L. .. Kohn, M. L. ..... . Kohner. M. Kokesch, J. Kolb, Pauline Kolben, George A.... B. B. ...... . Edith F. . . .. Koller, Edna ......... Koller, Margaret C.... Kolofer, E. M. ....... . Konchal, E. C. ..... . Konopasek, F. L .... Konzo, Seichi ...... Koors, Mary M. ..... . Kopecky, Ruth V.. . . . Korzen, J. M ..... . . . Kosel, Eda W ..... . Kostka, J. Koucky, J. D.. . . . Koval, A. R. Koval, H. ......... . Kowalski, A. J. ...... . Kozma, Julianna Kraehenbuehl J. 0.. Kraetsch, E. ....... l A Kraft, C. A. ....... . Kraft, D. L. .. Kraft, R. E. . Krahl, G. H. ..... . Kramer. Ruth . . Krannert, V. L.. Krase, N. W. ........ . Krass-Krestin, I. H... Kratz, A. P. ........ . Kratz, J. P. ....... . Kraus. Ruth J.. . . . Krauss. B. B ..... Krebs, K. F ...... Krebs, R. Kreft, A. J .... Kreftlng, E. .. . . Kreig, Opal I. .... . Kreim, Evelyn L.. . . Kreml, R. 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C. ........ . Lademunn, E. W... . Latfoon. C. R. ......... . LaFond, R. D ........... La Kai, G. L. ......... . Lake, J. H. . ..81, 135, Lake, Julia M. ......... 222, Lake, R. W. .......... . Lake, W. H. .... . La Mantia, J. R ..... Lamb. C. A. ......... . Lambda Chi Alpha .... Lambright, J. S. ..... . Lamplougll, C. E.. . . . Lancaster, H. .... . Land, Doris A ..... Landa, Anna J. .... . Landauer, M. R ..... Landborg, W. F.. . . . Lander, H. W... . . Landis, P. N. ......... . Lenz, S. M ...... ....81, ....81, 120 251, 255, 347 269, 412 ....81. . ..fIfi56 Landmeir, V. O. .... . Landsness. Marjorie A. .... ...... . . Lane. C. K. ......... . Lane, K. ............. . Lang, A. L. .... . Lang, Edith K. .. Lang, G. B. Lang, M. ....... . .255, 329, Langdon, E. K. .... . Langdon, W. M. ..... . Lange, Frances M. .. Lange, G. E. ........ . Lan ebartel W. W .. g , .. Langford, F. H. .... .. Langliorst, M. W .... Langley, J. H. .... .. Lannerud, E. S.. . .. Lanpheir, P. H. .... . Lansford, W. M ..... Lanterman. J. B.... Lape. A. F. ..... . Lapid. L. L. ....... . Lapinski, Barbara Lapinski, Jean ..... Large, J. R. ..... . Large, .l. W. . .. Large, Ruth E. .. .'i1.' 29214 ' " 323 ....81, ffffiifii .....301 Larimer, D. R. . . . ...... ...... . . . Larimer, J. R. ...... . Larkin, E. A. ...... . Larkin, Gay ........ Larkin, Geraldine H. Larkin, Marguerite . La Roi, G. H. ...... . Larsen, J. A. ...... . Larson, C. J. Larson, C. R. . .. Larson, D. E. .. Larson, E. M. .. Larson, H. ..... . Larson, J. A. .. Larson. L. M. .. Larson. R. F. LaSage, C. H.. . . Laskow, M. R.. . . . Latta, J. D. ....... . Lattuada. H. Latzer. T. F. .... . Laub, D. E. .... . Lauber, R.R ....... .. Lauer, H. V. .......... . ..ff8i .....195 fffffelifi .....255, .ffffffffdi Laughery, E. G. ................... . Laurence. Evelyn M.. .. 244, 305, 331 Laurence, R. E. .... .............. . . . Lavicka, D. H.. . .. Lavicka, W. L ..... Law, G. C. ...... . Law, S. H. ......... . Lawrence, D. E. ..... . fflffii Lawrence, Dorothy H. . . Lawrence, Ethel 0. . . . Lawrence, W. S. .. .. Lawson, A. E ..... Lawson, H. H .... Lawson, R. C.. .. Lawyer, Ruth Layer. R. W ..... . Layman, N. H.. . . . Lazear, R. W .... Leach, S. B.... Leavitt, A. H. Leavitt, M. R. ...... . Le Cercle Frouicais .... Leck, W. C ..... .... Ledbetter, G. W.. . . . Lee, Claribel ..... Lee. F. E. ..... . Leeds, Mary E.. . . Page 486 . . . . . .82 '.'.'.118Z'162. .82, 330, ffffii 350, 226, 368, 354, 363, 121, 441, 445, 121, 413. .81, 1 8 1 , 3.3.91 3.27, 246, 393, 302, 4401 . 81 , 173, 1811 304, 32.1, 3.8.1, 3784 420, 339, 156, 181. .81, 318, 82.7, 34141 353, 346, 194. 227, 241, 456 463 449 449 356 . 443 284 449 446 361 364 246 361 374 81 393 360 440 436 384 317 363 343 359 433 457 372 349 416 444 382 462 354 455 304 301 454 190 123 358 322 453 440 353 401 426 227 361 304 408 462 442 371 412 412 412 400 301 377 376 886 890 867 354 393 330 126 822 402 126 440 375 383 447 450 445 440 383 383 453 388 364 418 434 383 323 81 383 409 391 441 461 348 394 384 458 441 364 331 346 295 INDEX or PERSONS AND BooKs Leeper, C. K. .... . . Leevy, J. 120, 121, 262, 263, -Continued 138, 285, R. .................... . Lefkowitz, Cecille .. Legg, G. Legrand, Lehmann, Lehmann, Lehmann, Lehmann A. ........ . F. ...... . A. H. . .. A. S. ...... . E. W. ........ . , Margaret L. ........ . Lehmann, S. L. ........ . Lehmpuhl, R. H.. . . ........... . . Lehwald, C. J. ........ . Leidenheimer, J. L.. . .. Leifermann, K. R.. . .. Lelghty, R. .......... . Leisenring, Mary J. .... Leiserson, A. ...... . Leiter, E. L. ...... . Leiter, 0. C. Leitner, W. H.. . . . Leline, J. A.. . . . Le Marr, G.. . .. Le Marr, J. D.. Lemen, Orian G.... Lemke, K. P. ...... . Lempke, L. C. ....... . Lempke, Marjorie I. .. . H ' I I H Lempke. R. L. ..... . Lenc, Hedvic ........ Lendrum, J. T. .... Lengermann, P. Lenington, E. . .. Lenoir, J. J ........ Leonard, J. R. . . . Leonard, R. S. . . . . Leonard, Maria .... Leonard, Marie I. Leonard. Thelma Lerner, B. A. .... . Lerner, C. J. Lerner, G. P. .. Lesar, H. H. .... . .41, 82, 263, 227 294 318: 241, 3257 333 ...119, 217 ....82, 212, 301, .34 ....120, 4 1 Lescher, F. M. ........ .... . Lesser. A. S. ...................... . Leutwiler, Kathryn E. ........... . Leutwiler, O. A. . .238, 254, 330, 847 Leutwiler. R. W. .................. . Levenson, J. C. .................... . Leverenz, Gertrude A ..... Levin. H. ............. . Levm. L. L ..... ....... Levinson, M. Levite, Gertrude Levy, A. M. ...... . Levy, B. J. ..... . Levy. H. ..... . Levy. vlrma B. .. . Levy, M. L. . . . Levy, Levy, M. W. .... . Ruth A. .. Levy. Shirley .. Lewers, C. R. .... . Lewis Lewis, Lewis Lewis 1 4 Alta H. . . . B. ..... . B. C. ..... . Edna R. .... . Lewis, E. Regina ...... Lewis, Genevieve G. . Lewis, Genevieve R. .. Lewis, Julia E. ...... . Lewis, Marjorie L. . . . Lewis, N. A. ....... . Lewis, Rachel C. .. Lewis, Ruth ..... Lewis, W. J. ..... . Lewy, ' . . . .118. 156, ....82 Maxine F. ........ ........ 8 2 Leydig, Ruth E. ..... .............. . Leyhe, Naomi L...... ..... Library and Library School, The .... Lieberman, J. B. ................ 118 Lieberman, J. P. Lieberman, R. N. Liebling, N. R. ..... . Liese, 'l'. W. ...... . Lifvendahl, R. A.. . . . Lifschultz, Nora D.. . . . Ligget, J. P. ........... . Light, A. S. ............. . Liljequist, Jeannette I. .... . Lincicome, A. ........... ......... . Lindberg, L. L. ...... . .....156, 160 Llndeborg, R. G. .................. 83 Lindeman, Eleanor V. ............ .. Lindenmeyer, Dorothy I.... Linder, H. R. ............. . Linder, W. W. ................. 120 Lindgren, J. M. ........ 156, 160, 344 Lindgren, R. Lindl, G. J. ..... . Lindley, T. A ..... Lindner, W. G ..... Lindsey, J. Line, H. ..... . 4 251. 254 378, 441 328 ......422 341 ......458 82 354, 457 881 331, 456 354, 457 320, 351 126 .82, 317 246, 330 82 423, 445 327 380 387, 443 304, 368 82 180 440 305, 417 380 .82, 378 224, 411 380 416, 445 372 440 176 353, 450 360 387 302, 460 331, 409 .82, 446 227 284, 401 322, 398 317 327 372, 455 398 .82, 409 461, 463 347 323 82 120, 285 382 370 436 322 447 444 432 384 .332 407, 432 422 344 456 345, 379 186, 370 331 433 223, 409 226 422, 458 437 879 226 432 .82, 348 224, 437 434 225, 487 26 240, 327 .83, 398 398 384 320, 340 126 431 339 398 215, 417 329 167, 387 400, 459 305 .83, 269 .83, 383 270, 374 358, 453 357 455 259, 319 389 .83, 396 176 Linehan, J. J ..... Lines, Helen C.. ... Link, J. L .... . . . . Linn, F. A .... .... Linton, W. E. .... . Lipman. H. S. ..... .. Lipschultz, M. J.. . . Lipscomp, L. H.. . . Lipshutz, H. .... Litschel, F. .. .... 83, Littell, W. J .... ..... Little, R. B. ..... . . . . Little, R. R. ....... . Little, Roberta V. Littlejohn, Lois L ..... Littleton, A. C. ..... . Livingston, P. Lloyd. J. W ..... .. Lloyd, S. C. ...... . Lobraico, F. D.. . . . Locke, Virginia . . . Lockwood. W. W.. . .. Lodge, Louise F.. . . Loeb. Pearl . ..... .. Loecher, Helen B.. . . . Loeff, Elinor B. ....... . Loefiier. Elizabeth F.. .. Logan, Eloise E. ...... . Logan. J. M. ...... . Logan, Olive M. .. Logan, T. M. . . . . Logston, E. ...... . Lohmann, K. B ...... Lohnes. Dorothy M.. . . Lohse, Fred ...... Loki ........... Loman. T. Long Long, Long Long Long Long, Long, Longo, M. A ..... .... Longworth. Janeva .... Look. Lorna B.. . . .. Loomis. D. Lopin, Betty .... Lorenz, J. A.... . Lorenz, M. 0 ..... . FFFQOPP ?'E'W'F5- .J. ...... .. Lorenz. W. A. ...... .. Losee, G. W .... ........ .83, 789, 268, 269, 271, 292, . 390, .329, ' ' '.'.'.8222 . .'.30'5, H4251 ....428, ..ff3i8.' ffff255.' ..f.'f83.' ......83, 364, Lotts, Mary J. ...................... . Louden. VVilma Lourie. Elinor J. CMrs.J ........... Love. E. I. .............. . Lovelace, E. .... . Loveless, G. W. .. Low, F. D. ...... . Low, G. J. ........ .. Lowe, H. J. .......... . "Lower Depths, The".. Lowman, June K. .... . Lowry, Carolyn S. . . Lowry. J. E. Lowry, W. C. Lowry, W. M. .... . Lowther, J. G.. . . . Loy. W. H. .... .. Loyd, E. H ..... . . ...... .. Loyd, F. W. ...................... . Lucier, 0. W. ................. .. 1 Luckhardt, Elizabeth M. ..... 241, 259 Ludlow. R. H. ........... .......... . Luetzelshwab, E. J ...... ...84, 246, Lukas, G. E ....... .... 3 29, 347, Lukes.R.V ..... ...... Lummis, I. L. ....... ..... 3 09, Lude, Edythe E. .... ..... 8 4. Lund, J. H ...... ..... .40, Lundberg, D. J .... Lundgren. C. L. Luonga, Diva ....155, 156, Lusk, Mild red ..................... Luster, Helen J. .............. . Lutheran Student Association. . . . Luthy, F. R. ................... .. Lutter, H. G. ..... ........ . . Lutz, E. M. ..... . Lutz, J. H. ........................ . Lutz. Margaret L. .... . Lyddorl, Ruth A.. . .119, .... Lydy, C. M. ...................... 84, Lydy, Rebecca A. .................. . Lyman, Helen L.. .. . Lyman, R. C ....... Lynch, T. Lyon, K. C. .... . Lyon, W. R. ..... . Lyons, June M. Lyons, Mary L. .. Lytle, Edith ..... Lytle, E. B ..... . . . .244, ....119, 427' ..... 436, 919, '1-8.62 942, 326: 412, 2 1 9 , 461, 245, 823: .332 3.62, .84, 244, 831, 300, 348, .84, 819, 407, 304, 186. 1842 445, 899, 219, 420, 301, 846, 292, 123, 214, 392 .424 .351 .361 .365 .394 440 .322 . 304 397 .322 .871 .371 227 416 442 .348 381 366 368 426 126 462 432 456 432 458 456 865 .486 422 127 354 418 374 227 380 83 462 459 126 391 443 351 258 440 437 842 432 323 363 440 463 412 88 418 372 349 402 393 343 342 278 418 226 341 448 327 330 369 352 352 322 486 375 453 442 452 377 426 345 304 453 437 227 2415 264 349 84 :457 186 456 446 452 420 435 381 84 457 865 421 413 412 . 444 COAL- FEST SA A CHEAPEST 4. ' FUEL ' PEAB ODY COAL COMPANY CHICAGO Producers of High Quality Coals Since 1883 " emember to Telephone Home" WHEN the young folks leave for out-of- town schools, remind them to telephone home regularly. For some reason, young students don't seem to find much time for letter- writing and worried parents are the result. But it takes only a few minutes to telephone, so keep your children close to you with fre- quent telephone chats throughout the school year. Students may call home and have the charges reversed if you wish. Wherever you call the cost is moderate. 4 1934 4 iii Candles Galore I T his completes our 30th Y E A R as a Campus Institution 'Wie contemplate many more happy years of service to OUR UNIVERSITY RAI l.ROAD II.I.INOIS TERMINAL SYS TEM You have read The Daily Illini for four years C Why not have iffoflofwyou on Mrougi IW. Suircfibe now. THE DAILY ILLINI FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR ge 487 7- I M McAdams, H. H ..... McAfoos, J. M. ....... . McAllister, W. G ..... McBride, Elizabeth A. .. McBride, M. L. ....... . McBride, Wilma V. . . McBurney, C. E ..... McCabe, W. T. ........... . . McCain, K. D. ......... 122, 245, McCain, Olive M. .. MacCall, D. J. ...... . .. McCall, Vivian B.. . . McCalley, V. McCann, C. F. .... . McCannon, J. S.. McCarl, H. McCarthy, E. M. .. McCarthy, F. M. McCarthy, J. G. ...... . McCarthy, R. H. ....... .. McCarty, E. Jane .......... McCaskill, Margaret McCaskill, 0. L. ......... . McCauley, Marcella McClain, Ruth G. .......... . McClara, E. Alberta .... McCleave, W. ...... . McClevey, A. McClure, L. S. .... . McClure, M. T. ..... . McCole, Dorothy F. McCollum, H. D ....... McConachie, D. McConnell, G. M. .... . McConnell, L. R. ....... . McConnell, M. Jayne .... E ...... J. ..... .84, 119, IQ4. 2344, "fzQ4, 's'9'1. .....221, 258, 262, 525. "247, 929. ..'.'..2i4. "i5'9', 296, .....346, "iii, 445, .....so5, .....a19, . .9151 ....19, ....s4, 11111 fbi: 295, 529, McCord, Catherine H. ............ 84, McCormick, A. G. ........ . McCormick, J. D ..... 40, 41, 258, 265, McCormick, Luella R. ........ . McCormick, Mary C. McCreary, Betty M.... McCristal, K. J. .... . McCroskey, R. P ..... McCulloch, H. McDaniel, J.. . . . . . . McDavid, E. T. .... . McDonald. C. A ..... . McDonald, D. ....... . McDonald, Elizabeth MacDonald, Helen McDonald, J. J. ...... . McDonough. R. K.... McDougal, B. S.. . . McDougal, M. S .... McDowell, P. W..... McElvain, Lois G.. . . .. McElveen, W. T.... McEvoy, Jean C.. . . . McGaughey, D. S.. . . .. . .. McGill, Helen T ............ McGinty, Clara F. ......... . McGlade, Charlotte A.. .244, McGlathery, W. R. ........ . McGowen, E. J. ........... . McGowen, N. R.. .... McGrady, Margaret L.... McGraw. Dorothy L. .... . MacGregor, Anna K ..... MacGregor, Margaret G. McGuigan. Mary J. ..... .. McGuire, D. E. ......... . McHale, Julie McHard, J. A. .... . McHarry, J. W. .... . McHenry, Mclninch, Mclntire, Mclntire, K. A. Lucille ..... LaJune F. Mclntyre, Mary A. .... . . McKean, lib. 904, 227, .....4-50, .....1l8, . .3611 259, 2431 440. .....309, abil' 443 .. .241 J. J. ......... .... 2 5 290 . .221 5, 329 178 McKee, Margery E. ..... ..... . .. McKee, B. M. ............ . McKimmey, Francis X .... McKinlay. Clarabelle McKinley Foundation .. .. McKinney, J. K. ...... .. McKinstry, W. B.. . . . McKnight, K. C. . .. . . McKnight, P. R. .... . McKown, W. S. ...... . McLaughlin, Alma A .... McLaughlin, F. A. ...... . McLaughlin, Marcella M.... McLean. Harriet F. .... . McLean, L. A. ........ . McLean. R. G. .......... . MacLeod, Frances McLiesh, F. O. ......... . McLinn. Madeline .... McMackin, J. E. ...... . McMahan, J. W. ...... . McMahon, Catherine C. .. McMahon, E. T. ...... . McMahon, Grace .. Page488 304 301, 342, 460, .401 U5., i 33232 .3.3.l., . 304: 407, 223, 385, 373, . .... 410, .....123 'iii' 1 293- . .... 223. . . . . .332. 289 ' . 350, .....247, .....305, 2552 545. 226, .383 440 364 429 453 435 389 186 289 226 322 84 440 400 399 317 374 84 371 34-8 430 423 348 429 463 461 323 340 318 362 421 342 440 302 345 421 446 363 374 454 421 425 453 390 364 343 341 442 344 419 417 387 322 462 348 462 456 366 414 371 433 226 456 367 390 390 413 437 419 408 411 383 219 323 380 387 344 226 425 226 440 457 445 361 410 265 443 448 332 347 294 458 304 424 416 348 291 417 355 425 350 442 421 368 450 INDEX or PERSONS AND BooKs-Connnued McMahon, James E. ........ 156, 270, 296, McMahon, John E. .................. 197, McMichael, P. C. ....... 42, 136, 239, 333, McMillan, D. F. ....... 244, 24., 2.19. 332. McMillen, Hester E. ................ 305, McMillen, W. L. ........... .. ........ .. McMurry, E. B. ..... -.-.. - McMurry, T. J ..... ...354. McNabb, B. L. .... ..... . McNamara, R. A ..... ...362, McNeil, J. J. ........ ..... . McNeil, W. L. ......... .... . McNutt, Betty J ..... ..... ......... ..... McTaggart, Francis .I ..... ............... McVaugh, C. C. ........... .............. . McVaugh, M. Maxine ....... 119, 215, 411, McVay, T. E. .......... ............... . McVey, E. ..... ..... ......... .... . McVickar, M. H. .. . .- Maccono, E. B.... Macintire, H. J.... ...388, Mack, C. D. ....... ....... . Mack, G. H. ......... ......... . Mackelden, L. C ..... ..... 2 54, Mackish, 0. F. ............. ........ ..... . Macomber. V. H ..... . .................. .. Macon, H. S. ........................... . Macpherson, Julia 0..40, 282, 292, 407, 409 Madden, Elizabeth R. ............... 417, Madden, J. B. .......................... . Madden, J. P. ....... ....... 2 40, Madden, Margaret I.... .... 302, 414, Mader, S. C ..... ..... . .......... 3 57, Madison, B. B.. ..... .............. . . Magan, Mary J.... .... 122, 421, 443, Maggio, F. ....... . .............. . Magidson, S. ....... .............. . Maguire, Dorothy . . . .... . . . . Maier, Marjorie J. .... .. .. .422, Major IA ................ .......... Malcolm, Catherine P. . .. .... .436, Malcolm, R. B. ........ ....... . Maley, W. ...... .... . . Mallams, Arlene . .. ... . . Mallinson, Faye ...... ..... Malloy, Josephine R.. . . . .. . . . Malo, A. H. .......... .... 8 6, Malone, Dorothy . ..... . Malone,J. W. Malone, Louise . . ...... . . Maloni, Olga L. ...... .... 8 6, Malutt, Joyce V. ........................ . Malzahn, R. ............................ . Mandel, Gertrude ................. I ..... Manion, R. R. ...... 86, 252, 287, 316, 318, Manley, Betty B. .................... 86, Manley, E. J. . ............. 156, 204, 368. Manley, P. . ....... .... ......... 8 6 , Mann, Elizabeth K. . . . ......... . . . . . Mann, J. E. ........ ............. 2 41, Mann, L. H. ..... .................. . Mann, Victor ........... 40, 86, 258, 282, Manning, C. E .... ................... 3 30, Mannon, W. B. ......................... . Manock, Dorothy V. ...... ....... 2 44, Mansberger, Leota M. . . . ........ . . . . . Mansfield, J. H. ........ .... 3 23, 399, Manz, O. A. ........... .......... . Marcovitz, A. .... .... .... . Marcus, M. M. .... .... . Margoles, Edith . . . . . . . Margrave, G. E. .... .... . Mark, Lorraine M.. . . . . . . . Markland, B. C. .... ......... . Markwell, J. D ........... ............. Markworth, M. H. ............... 170, 352, Maroney, Anne M. ................ 41, 86, Marquardt, Philomena L. ......... 86, 329 Marr, Jane E. .... ...... 8 6, 333, 420, 445, Marr. Lillian ........................... Marriott, L. F.. . . ............. . . . . . Marsh, M. E. ...... ...241, Marsh, Ruth M. . .... .. Marshall, E. E. . . . . . . . Marshall, F. T. . ..... . . Marshall, G. M. .. .... 86, Marshall, J. F. ........ ....... . Marshall, M. W. ........ . .. .... ..86, Marshall, Millicent E. .................. . Marshall, R. D. ...................... . Marshall, Sarah R. .... .... 1 22, 289, 331. Marshall, W. P. .... ....... . ...... . . Marstellar, W. A. .... ..... 2 62, 263, Martan, J. J.. ......... ......... . . Martin, Catherine E. .. . . . .. . . . Martin, C. H. ....... .... . Martin, H. V. ..... ...304, Martin,L.W. .. Martin, Mary E. .. .... 421 Martin, P. J. .. .................. Martin, R. D. ....................... . . . . Martin, Ruth M. ...... ...... 8 6, 269. 408 Martin, T. J ......... 41, 87, 269, 317, 363 Martin. W. T. ......................... . Martinitz, K. F. ........................ . Marvel. C. S. ..... . Marzalek, F. J. .... . Masek, A. .......... . . . .358. 369, ........87 . .. .119, Masiokus, Frances L.... 285, 120 437 383 383 381 -I-.17 437 329 454 440 457 449 383 323 408 342 347 463 34-9 127 457 403 401 369 395 201 355 304 343 446 456 352 352 458 454 126 455 358 370 227 458 224 458 126 242 425 227 421 458 412 265 412 437 436 388 432 447 455 453 387 437 341 86 291 340 322 414 436 450 423 398 382 432 354 432 241 86 448 288 459 455 427 451 440 302 258 301 342 399 346 -456 '367 437 381 341 393 429 86 322 126 455 408 86 446 454 444 393 459 376 186 214 459 Mask and Bauble .... Maslan, L. ........ . Mason, L. L. ........ . . .... 87, Mason, R. L. ......... . .. .... . Mason, R. W. .......... . .. Massman, Dorothy J .. . . Matenky, A. J. .................... . Mathers, Gale A. ......,........... . Mathers, J. A..87, 247, 260, 294, 331, .....269 ..s1, 45s 402, 450 .....39o .....4o2 ....41s .....4o1 .....s69 359, 457 Mathesius, M. Lucille .................... 419 Mathew, D. W ......... .......... 3 75 Mathews, A. G. ...... ...... ..... 3 2 2 Mathewson, C. .... ........ ..... 3 9 9 Mathias, Mary E .... .... 2 20, 263, 410 Mathis, J. E. ......... ...... ..... 3 4 1 Mathis, J. H. ........... .... ..... 1 2 7 Mathis, Margery R. .... .. .... . 87 Matthews, A. G. ...... .... 3 09, 321 Matthews, Bonita C. . . . . . . . . .426 Matthews, Mary J. ............... ..... 4 10 Matthewson, Marian F. ............ . .... 305 Matthias, W. N..8'7, 323, 326, 329, 361, 440, 442 Mattix, Lois L. ........... . ....... ..... 4 56 Mattix, M. Elizabeth .............. .... 4 56 Mattox, N. T. ........ ..... 4 00 Matuszeski, J. . 87 Matz, J. .......... .. ..... 401 Maue, 0. C. .......... 247, 356 Maul, Florence A. .... .... ..... 4 3 6 Maulding, J. C ..... ...... ..... 3 2 0 Mans, E. P. ....... ...87, 361, 440 Maxwell, B. G. . .... ..... 3 23 Maxwell, B. W. .. .. . ....... . . . ..381 May, H. C. ..... .............. ..... 8 7 May, R. D. ..... .... 4 2, 87, 156, 351, 452 Mayer, F. D ..... ........... . .. .... .370 Mayes, K. G. ..... ....... .....381 Maynard, J. F. ...... .. .....344 Mays, A. B. .......... 254, 389 Means, Hester B. .... ....... ..... 4 3 3 Medal, E. C. ......... ......... . .... 3 93 Medley, Esther V. .... ...... ....... 8 7 , 461 Meece, Leona B. .... .... 8 7. 329, 440, 459 Meek, D. F. ...... .... ..... . .... 3 4 4 Meeker, R. A.... ....... .... . 396 Meenan, K. F. . .....122 Megan, T. I. .... ......... 3 20, 376 Meharry. J. F. .... ................ 3 52 Meier, Grace ........ .... 1 19, 217, 437, 451 Meier, J. J ........... .......... ..... 3 0 4 Meirken, H. ........... .......... 1 18. 178 Meislahn, Arnieta J. .. .... 416, 446 Meixner. Josephine .... . .... .423 Meixner. Marjorie E. .. ..... 423 Melamerson, B. H... . . .. . . . 87 Melodv, P. ........ .. ..... 176 Melville, D. B. .... 332, 383 Melville. Fav V. .. ............ ..... 4 34 Melzer. C. N. ..... .............. ..... 3 1 7 Meneely, Doris A. ....... 41, 87, 224, 305, 425 Menael, P. S ..... . .............. ..... 3 67 Menke, D. M. ....... ............. . ..... 3 44 Mews Glee Club .................... ..... 3 04 Mentz, Clare A.... ...119, 240, 333, 436, 463 Mercer. F. R. .............. 121, 304, 323, 369 Mercer. M. B. .................. 301, 304, 458 Merle. W. A. ...................... ..... 3 64 Merriam, Elizabeth D. ...... 219, 241, 408, 445 Merrick. E. W. ........ ........ 8 7, 389, 402 Merrifield, Alice ....... .. ...... . ..... 413 Merriner. Virginia R. . . . . . . . . . .437 Merten. G. R. ........... . ..... 88 Mertz, E. T. . ........ 347, 358 Mertz, L. Kenneth .. . ..... 388 Mertz. Louis K. .... ..... 8 8 Meskimen. D. M. ......................... 292 Messing, H. A. ..... ..................... 3 19 Metcalf. J. G. ...................... 341, 460 Metcalf, R. 1. ...... 88, 255, 261, 339. 374, 450 Metz, R. M. ............. 88, 186, 339, 370, 388 Meyer. Clara R. ......................... 425 Meyer, F. J. .... ............ . . 88 Meyer, H. 1 ..... .... 8 8, 127, 318, 381 Meyer, K. A. .. ............ 16, 17 Meyer, K. C. .. ......... .... 3 60 Meyer, L. W. .. ...369 Meyer, S. C. . . .394 Meyer, W. A. .... ...366 Meyers, C. E. ...... ...387 Meyers, M. B. ....... .. .394 Michael. Edna A ..... ...301 Michaud. Marie L .... ..... 4 58 Michel, D. D. ..... ..... ..379 Michel, M. H. .......... ........ 3 94 Michels, Lucretia M.. .... 421, 458 Mickelsen, G. C. ...... ....... 3 80 Mickelson, A. M. .. ..... 361 Mickelson, G. A. .. ..... 359 Middagh. Margaret .. ....... 227 Middleton, Evelyn B. .. ...... 88, 305 Middleton, L. G. .... ............. 4 02 Middleton. W. S. .. .... 241, 342, 448 Mielke, Eleanor J .... .... 2 15, 222, 331 Mies, C. W. ......... ............ 3 73 Mies, Catherine F. . . . ........ . .456 Mies, Helen A. .... ...241, 247 Mihalyi, J. W. .... ......... . ........ 3 93 Mi-Hila. Ball .... ......... ........ . . .291 Miksak, J. A .... ...269, 318, 323, 368, 456 Milan, H. ............... 309, 319 Milburn, C. V. .. Milburn, V. . . . . Miles, G. W. .. Miles, H. J. ..... . Miles, H. L. ...... . Miles, Margaret E. .. Miles, R. H. ...... Military ......... Military Ball ....... Military Council .. Milko, J. A ....... Miller, C. C. . . . Miller, C. F. . Miller, C. H.. . . . Miller, C. L. ........ . Miller, Charlotte L. .. Miller, D. L. ....... . Miller, D. T. ...... . Miller, Dorothy G. .. Miller, Elizabeth .. Miller, Evelyn M. .. Miller, F. C. Miller, F. V ..... Miller, G. A. . . .. Miller, Gail L. .. Miller, H. B. Miller, I. R. .. Miller, J. E. . .... . .. Miller, J. G. .......... . Miller, John W. lMrs.J. Miller, Kathryn E. .. . . Miller, L. P. ........ . Miller, M. ...... . Miller, M. E. . .. Miller, Mary . . . Miller, Mary J. . . Miller, Mary L. . Miller, 0. C. ..... . Miller, O. W. ...... . Miller, Rosemary Miller, Rovena .... Miller, T. L. ...... . Miller, Virginia I. .. Miller, W. W. ... . Milles G. ......... . Milleville, Anita L.. . .. Milligan, Agnes I. .. Milligan, M. F. Mills, Mills, C. C. ..... . K. W. .... . Mills, Mary E. .. Mills, Mary V. .. Mills, W. P. .... . 92 302 258. Moon, W. F. ..... . ....88, . .1351 'i3s3.' 389, 271, .ss, 157, 52, 162, ........330. .. .244, ffff331.' .Qisisf '24id.' 448, 323, 346, .....88, ....180, .....88, . . . .245, ....122, ....304, . 89, 170, .....292. .......l88, Minard, E. E. .................... 89, Minear, Mary A. .................. . Miner, T. G. .... 89, 260, 294, 304, 323, Miner, W. E. ...................... . Minier, Elsie ............ 89, 139, 242, Minor, Luther S.. .. .......... . Minsker, R. S ..... ......... 8 9, Minter, P. E. ..... . Mirotsnic, 1re11e R. Mitchell, D. S. Mitchell, F. M. Mitchell, Harold H. Mitchell, Herbert H. .. Mitchell, H. W. . Mitchell, L. L. .... . Mitchell, R. W. ,.... . Mitchell, Vernette E Mitchell, W. F. ...... . Mnookin, I. J. ..... . Moats. R. H. ...,. . Moe, C. F. ....... .. Moelmann, J. M.... Mohill, E. H. ...... .. Mohlenbrock, W. D .... Mohn, Dorothy E. .. Moh11, P. E. ......... . Mollman, Louise Monachesi, L. ..... . Monahan, J. F ..... Monk, M. E. . ..... . Monk, Phyllis E... . Monroe, Jennie L. Montgomery, Allegra C. 323, 339, 417, 154. 301, . . . .227, ....322, 'ff.'fi22.' '. '.'.'12'1, Montgomery, H. E. ................ . Moon, R. M. .......... . Moore A. H. ..... . Moore. Audrey A. .. Moore, D. W. ..... . Moore, Dorothy M. . Moore, Esther E .... Moore, F. Jane .. Moore, G. E. Moore, H. F. .. Moore, H. K. Moore. H. P. ..... . Moore. Helen L. Moore, J. H. Moore Moore Moore .L. M. ,Maxine .... , P. ..... Moorman, E. L. ...... . Moorman, Shirlie L. ,, .fi1',' 231' . . .292. 245 , 331, 190, 429, 424, .2717 ' . 305. 330, .89, 397, 301-. 270. . . .215, Moran, P. ......... . Moren. Marian J. ........ . Moretsky, B. H.. .......... . Morey, L. ........... 17, 33, 254, 259, 3851 371 180 317 444 304 88 349 307 286 252 452 359 329 371 457 423 88 350 436 419 420 454 341 444 327 375 451 342 449 265 305 317 182 450 331 88 456 350 341 434 424 89 435 390 127 226 429 301 344 396 305 326 373 440 89 373 322 459 89 356 380 436 381 342 301 332 354 4-40 394 456 323 379 373 89 348 440 127 437 461 416 271 351 350 458 437 456 247 89 291 241 305 343 89 414 411 444 342 356 454 -1-20 367 322 89 258 383 423 259 411 379 442 INDEX or PERSONS AN Morgan, B. J. Morgan, J. D. .. Morgan, L. P. .. Morgan, N. D. . Morgan, W. R. . Morice, A. A. ...... . D BOOKS-Continued 1 139. .232 322, 3:19, ......3o4, Moritz, R. ............ . Morrison, Mildred C. .. Morrison, Patricia Morrison, W. H. Morrow, F. M. Morrow, J. M. .... . Morse, Christine M. .. Morse, R. W. Mortensen, Evelyn Mortenson, C. W.. Morton, H. S. ..... . 'JII ....41, .. ..... 259, 308 .90, 156 430 3311. ..41, 352: 330, .....3.-sb, 30 1 331 Morton,J. L. Morton, J. T. . Moschel, L. C. . Moschel, P. L. .. Moses, D. ..... . . . . Mosher, J. G. ........ ........... . Mosher, J. K. ......... ......... . Mosher, Ruth ....,............. 302, Mosiman, Elizabeth A. ...... 227, 305, Moskovitz, R. ....... . Mottier, C. H ..... .... Mounce, Thelma ...... Mount, S. ............. .. Mountjoy, Carolyn V.. Moye, Helen M. ...... . Moyer, Cecil A. ...... . Mraz, Elizabeth Mucha, L. F. ........ . Mudge, Frances G.... Muehlemeyer, C. H. .. Mueller, J. H. ...... . Mueller, R. W. Muir. Elizabeth J.... Mu Kappa Alpha... Mulliken, A. D. .. Mulliken, W. M.. . Mullins, J. B. ........ . Mumford, H. W. ..... .. Munnnert. W. Carroll... Mundt, E. E. .,...... .. Munger. Stella C ...... Munnecke, R. A.. . .. Munns, C. Pauline Muns, R. E. ........ . Munsell, Jane Munson. Vava V.... Munz, M. T. ........ . Murdock, Elizabeth .... .fffidf ...43, '. I '. 125211 ' 211296, ...'.'fi26.' .'2fis,' Murdock, Irmanell ...... .......... Murdock. M. Elizabeth. .. .... 41, 90, 331 436 241 .90 376 .90 330 90 349 301 348 340 244 443 lihl ' .2.4.5., . 4 1 1 v Murtin, A. L. .......... ............. . Murphy, Evelyn L. . . ......... . .. Murphy, Frances L. .. . . . . . Murphy Geraldine M. 417 Murphy, Harriet C. .... ........ . Murpl1y, Helen E. .... 119 Murphy, J. B. .... ...... . Murphy J.J.... Murphy J. L. .... ............. . Murphy, Juanita .. ............. .. Murphy, L. W. .. .... 27, 333, 366, Murphy, R. ..... .......... 2 62, Murpl1y,R.L... ....... Murphy. lt. R. ........ ..... . Murray. C. J. .,........ Murray. Constance A. . . ...... . . . Murray, H. S. ......... .......... . Murray, W. F. ...... .... 9 0, 344, Music .....,...... ........... Musick, A. R. ....... ..... . Musselman, V. G. .,.. ........ . Mutimer, A. G ...... ....... 9 0, Myers, E. J. ...... ........... . Myers, H. A.. .. .99, 323, Myers,J.E. ..... Myers, M. W. 332, Myrna, R. .... .... 9 0, Naclnnan, B. M .... ...41, 90, Naftzger. W. L.... . Nagle, H. J. ,........ Nagoda, Dolores E. . . .. . . Nagoda. E. J. ...... . Neigh. M. R .......... ........... . .. Nalefski, L. A. ......... .............. . Narrline, E. Gretchen.. ...... 90, 245, 333, Nash. J. M. ............ .............. . Nason, R. M. ........ ..,........ . Nathan, Rnsalin T. ........ .422, Nauman. A. C ....... .... 3 39, 351, Naurich, B. ....... ,,......... . Nearpass, E. E.. . . ..... . . . .. Neathery, R. E .... .... 9 0, Neely. K. R. Neer. F. 0 ....,. 89 323 316 368 455 457 375 377 416 423 351 453 454 414 197 445 301 388 381 90 257 385 371 356 389 435 458 382 257 463 322 430 437 442 415 374 412 246 323 458 419 458 340 449 302 21 457 386 456 383 226 383 418 458 356 412 412 415 345 413 227 456 424 416 365 126 323 226 443 263 378 295 340 437 387 441 299 90 341 330 304 347 370 375 450 370 348 322 4-36 126 304 90 429 462 353 458 463 361 389 -I-40 91 323 Neff, B. E. Neff, W. D. Neher, J. W. Neher, R. 0. ..... . Neidhardt, P. Neiger, H. Neill, G. V. Nejdl, Daisy V.. . . . Nelsen, ' Nelson, .....91, . ..... 91, Amelia L. ................. . Belva B. ................... . 138, 155, 180, Dorothy P. ................ . Nelson, C. J. .... 42, 91, Nelson, Catherine G. Nelson, Nelson, H. L. ...... . Nelson, J. ...... . Nelson, J. D. Nelson, J. W. . Nelson, K. J. Nelson, Louise . . . . Nelson, Mary L. .. Nelson, O. ...... . Nelson, R. B. .. Nelson, Rae M. .... . Nelson, S. C. ........ . Nelson, Severina E. . Nelson, l. ......... . Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nerad, Mildred A.... Nerone, W. D. .... . W. L. . ,. W. O. .... . A. J. ...... . Nesmith, H. 0. ..... . Neuman, Donna E. . Neuman, H. C. .... . Nevens, W. B. Newcomb, M. A. .. Newcomb, R. . .. . Newcomer, H. L.. . .. Newkirk, W. F. Newlin, J. C. .... . Newlin, Mary T. .. Newlon, B. li. ...,.. . Newman, Beatrice . Newman, I. H. ...,. . Newmann. Joan B.. Newton, W. A. ..... . Nickel, L. L .... Nickles, T. Nicoll, Mary E ..... Nicholson, D. ' 1241 253. 319, 323, . . . . . .329 Nicholson, J. A. ....... . Niederman, Dorothy Nielsen, Lillian Nielsen, Shirley Nielsen, T. H ...... Niklewicz, F. Nilson, L. Nitz, L. K. ....... . Nixon, R. Elinore .... 123, 233 372 345 301 J. .... .... 91, 305 Noel, Ann J. ...... ....190 .. .... .123 Nolan, A. W. .......... . Nolen, H. W. .... 91, Nore11, Normandin, Dorothy 260, E. D. .......... . 294, 359, .........321 M. .......... 91 251, 269 "ffffI246 Norris, F. H. .......... . Norris, H. Josephine .. Norris, M. Elizabetl1 Norris, Maurine ...... Norris, R. E. ........ . Norten, Sylvia M. ..... . North, E. Geraldine .... North, Ruth E. .... . Norton, E. A. ...... . Norton, F. A. .... . Norton, Merry K. Norton, Nina M. Norton, R. W. ....... . Norval, Mildred A... Norwood, J. R .... Novotny. F. ..... . Nowlin. 0. Noyes, F. B.. . . . Noyes, W. Nuess, Vivian R. Nusinow, J. ...... . Nussbaum, Barbara Nye, L. A. .......... . Nye, P. H .... ...... Nystedt, W. C.. .. Oberlink, Doris M.... 0'Brien, P. J. ..... . O'Connell, G. A.... Oden, R. Odiet, A. J. ..... . Orlle, Gretchen .... Odle, I. E ........ 0'Donnell, Ann M.... 0'Donnell, Esther 0'Donnell. T. E .... Oehmke, C. Q 258, 180, 217, 3551 23111, 41.81, . 40, 131. 2992 233: 121. . 91, 292, 270, 392, 442, .91. 302. 422, .. .352 433, .91, 'abil .91, 180, 219, 226, 451, 323, 137, 415, 499: 418, '.'.'.b2. ' O '. '9 22 5.3.6, 3 2 1 , 241, 123, '.'.'.b2Q 221, 227, an 372. 291 351 347 304 377 340 363 227 91 437 441 327 436 401 178 365 452 351 455 410 376 344 413 378 446 127 387 363 443 429 ' 377 180 227 393 395 455 271 455 460 455 365 456 393 458 394 422 301 355 367 411 326 364 - 436 461 . 436 378 448 ' 342' 385 ' 241 293 ' 451 '-451 451 214 445 91 445. 418 227 . 460 434 M17 227 381 346 455 91 301 444 . 92 453 454 29 - 358 328 - 401 348 400 226 128 391 127 378 435 304 291 295 455 344 ' Q- -- , .' .3-H. -,' ,... . -,Ny . ... .' . ...-.sew L, . - y. i 1, V, .Aw . ..A. .. A T. 24.-2'1'.'-" -. . ,- "..,f-..1..'l4- . -3, r...,- ., -. 2. g-.1 .. -, Page 489 294, 449 Oehmke, Irene .. . .... ........ 4 2, Oelberg. Emil ..... ............. . 92, 396, Oexmann, O. P ....... .................... 282 445 Delta .......... Y . Pazulp, 411 452 440 Oyflioe of the Dean of Men, The ........... 35 Omce of the Dean of Women, The ....... 34 Ofjiceris Ball ............................ 316 O'Hern, C. V. ................... ..... 3 32, 349 Olafsson, P. C. .... ........ . ........... 3 53 Olander, M. M. ......... 156, 160, 254, 369, 453 Oldfather, W. A. .... ................... 3 44 Oldham, Mary M. ............... .. 409 Oldham, W. H., Jr.. .. 341 O'Leary, W. M ...... . ...... 368 Oleck, A. K ........ ....... 3 04 Oleson, G. E ..... . .... 323. 440 Olin, L. K. .......... ......... 3 84 Oliver, Dorothy ...92, 413. 436 Oliver, Sarah C. .... . ..... 418, 445 Oliver, T. E. .......... .... 3 95, 458 Ollswang, Hazel S.... .... .. 422 Olsen C. A. ....... ..... 2 87 Olsen C. S. ....... ..... 1 90 Olsen, E. E. ....... ...... 3 51 Olsen, G. H. ......... ....... 3 97 Olsen, Marjorie A. ..... 92, 436 Olsen, Mildred A. .. ................. . 49 Olsen, Miriam J. . ..... ....,...... 4 1, 420 Olson, G. H. .... 92, 320, 321, 339, 369 Olson, E. H. . .. ................... .322 Olson H. R. ............... .. 389 Olson, J. E. ...... ........ 3 69 Olson K. L. ....... .. . ..... 323, 388 Olson M. H. ........ ..... ............ 3 4 7 Olson, Margaret E. .. .. . ........ .... . 420 Olson, T. A. ........ .. 92, 252, 308, 314 316, 322, 330, 453 Olson, W. S. ......... ............ 3 04, 440 Olsson, Kathlyn F. ......... 302, 430 O'Malley, D. W. ..... . 380 O'Malley, R. A. ..... ....- - 343 0'Malley, Violet A. . . ..... 92. 436 Oman, L. R ...... ..... ....... 9 2 Omega Beta Pi ......... ....... 4 59 Omietanski, Victoria .. ..... 92. 455 0'Nea.l, R. ........... ...-.. 2 00 O'Neal, R. D. ....... ..-.-- 3 53 0'Neil, G. J. ------- 332 0'Neil, R. J. .... ...321. 393 0'Neill, D. A. --.--- - 156 O'Neill, R. A. ..... ..... 9 2. 453 O'Neill, Rosemary . .------ 414 Oplatka, Irma F. ........ .... 4 22 Opoldus, Dorothy V, ......... .. 227 Orange and Blue Feathers .... .. 223 Orata. P. T. ................. .... 4 60 Orata, Vinda A ...... ....... 4 60 Oravec, E. G. ....... ..... 9 3. 451 Orcutt, M. J .... ...... ...... 3 9 3 Orem, Virginia E. .... ------ 4 55 Organizations ...... ..----- 3 35 Orlovich, R. B. ...... ...- 1 50. 386 Orner, S. B. ..... ..... ..... 9 8 . 579 Ornstein, Barry M. ..... ...... 3 98 Ornstein, Bernard M. .. ..----- 175 Ornstein, Goldye L. .. .... 431. 443 Ornstein, S. ......... .----- 3 95 Ortman, P. F. ..... ---- 3 95 Oser, J. ........ .............. 3 32 O'Shea, D. D .... . ................. 93 Osman, W. J ..... .... 9 3, 322, 363, 461 Osmena. M. V.... ........... 93, 460 Osnoss, R. A. .... ............ 3 22 Osterbur, Helen ...... .... 2 21, 226 Ostrom, M. L .... ....... ..... - 1 27 Other Varsity Sports .... ....... 1 93 Otis, H. J. ............. .... 3 48. 360 Otten, H. H. ......... .............. 2 45 Otteson, R. G.... .............. .. 348 Otto, C. E. ...... .... 1 20. 254. 258. 285 Overgard, G. T.... ....... 300. 301. 460 Overgard, L. ..... 255. 349 Overman, W. C ...... ..---- 3 71 Overton, A. G. ....... ...- 4 62 Overturf, Doris .. 416 Owen, A. L. ........ ...... . 331 Owen, Molly R ..... ....--..- 4 09 Owens, C. D. .... -..93. 358. 452 Oyen, Shirley ..... 429. 455 Ozment, L. W.. .. .... 378. 459 P Pabst, Mary J.. . .. .- -415 Pace, A. V.. ..... ---390 Pacenta, M. ....... ..------.-.- - 403 Pachaly, R. W.. . .. .......... .... .388 Paddick, M. E.. .. .... 93. 254. 349, 457 Paddock, D. J. .... ........ ....... 4 5 7 Pagels, G. ............. .... 9 3. 326, 330, 354 Paine, E. B. ......................... 330, 454 Pakutinsky, P. W .... . .................... 194 Palandech, Catherine M..93. 407. 412, 445, 446 Page 490 INDEX or PERSONS AND BooKs-Continued Palaroan, M. R. .... . Palfrey, Virginia . . . Palmer, C. A. ..... . Palmer, C. E. . . . . Palmer. H. M. Palumbo, L. G. .... . . . Pan-Hellenic Ball Pan-Hellenic Council Panieri, Anne V. .... . Panzer, R. M.. . . . . . Pape, Vivian S.... Parke, J. ...... . Parker, C. . . . Parker, C. M. .... . Parker, D. A. ..... . Parker, Dorothy- H. . Parker Dorothy L. . Parker: Evabelle . . . Parker, Parker F. C. G. A. ...... . Parkerz J . J . ...... . Parker . .156, 160, . .. .93. 227, Rachel . ...... . . Parkinson, Constance Parks, H. C. ....... .. Parks, Jean E. ..... . Parmelee, C. W.. .. Parmelee, R. C ....... Parmelee, T. D ...... Parmely, Marjorie A.. . . . . . . . Parotti, A. A ........ Parr, Carmen Parr, Rosalie M. .... . Parrish, J. D. Parrish, Virginia M.. Parron, Carlotta D.. Parsons, Alice V. Parsons, June E. .... . . . Parsons. W. E. .. Partee. Pask, J. A. .... C. E. .... . Passailaigue, W. T .... Pasvogel, M. V ........ Patelski, Louise M .... Paterson, Paton. R. H Patterson, Bernice A. F ......... . Patterson, Geraldine M. . "'iisi,'2401' ' H. c. .... . .... Patterson, I. T. ................ . Patterson, R. A. ............... . Patterson, Sarah A. ........ Velma I. . Patterson, Pa tton, D. H. ..... . Patton, Frances M. . Patton, Helen G. .. Patton, .I. J. .... . Patton. Mary E .... Paul. H. G. .... . Paul, .l. R. .... . Paul, T. M. ..... . Paulson, R. B. ..... . Paulumbo, L. J.. . .. Payne, E. B. ..... . Pa ne V. lrene Peabody, Jean F .... Pearlman, M. D.. . .. Peel, H. S. ........ . Peel, Harriet M.. . . . Peeples, E. T. ..... . Peile, L. Junette ..... Pelatowski, R. W .... Pelikan, T. C ....... Pellett. June D.. . . . Pendarvis, E. R.. . . . Pendleton. M. C ..... Penn, W. V ........ Pennell. Mary E .... Pennington, K. M.. .. Pennuto, E. W. ....... . Penwell, Rosamond Pepin, Catherine A.. Pepper, Echo D. .... . Pepperdine. Mary Peraicchio, E. S. .... . Percival, Stella R.. .. Pereira, Shirley A.. . Perisho, Berniece R.. Perisho, Mae L. ..... . Perisho, W. E. ..... . Perkins, C. E. .. Perkins, F. A. .. Perkins, L. C. .... . Perkins, Mary E.. . . Perkinson, C. D.. . . . Perrin, R. P. ........ . Pershall, K. Roberta. Pershall, W. R ....... Pershell, R. M.. Pershing Rifles .. Pervier, G. W ..... Pessin, S. S. ..... .. Vivian D.. . .. Peter, Peters, A. L. Peters, C. H. Peters, G. E.. . .. Peters, H.W. 121. .....93 ......22-1 """36i.'3H21' 165. 323' 93, 14.26. .........1.9b. . .'.'.'.'.21b' ' 349 358 .......329 32i.'421" 331 ff40.'50" 327 412 .....435, 333'411" 246 296' 256 411" 214. 2256" 256 361' 215 424 266 424' .......259 .463 ' 320 1121" '.'.'.'.226' ' ....244 ...94 358 ....408 ...94 ....94, 226 f f f fsiif 301' ' . . .'.'.'.'.1'36' I .....5ig.5h.. 224' 460 456 363 455 355 93 290 407 458 304 440 127 860 359 304 410 302 435 127 344 340 429 226 376 420 457 442 344 226 302 444 420 93 446 418 463 304 440 457 367 359 445 453 459 328 416 364 301 418 413 448 445 419 342 445 356 394 461 397 403 345 383 437 425 832 361 409 340 458 301 318 436 345 387 898 94 392 377 408 227 444 437 447 458 432 226 227 345 363 389 389 456 359 377 410 369 391 322 369 398 414 462 127 359 94 Peters, Peters, Peterse Petersen Peterso Peterso Peterso J. W. ........ . n, Genevieve M. .. ,P. R. ........ . n, D. R. ........ . n, Genevieve M. .. n, G. S. ........ . Peterson, I. L. ....... . Peterso n,R. W. Peterson, W. M. Peterson, W. R. . .. Petri, Florine Petrie, C. G... . . Petry, J. W. ..... . ..'.'.'12'2 331 ....444 ....190 ....434 ....127 244, 416, 393. 367, .94, ' 294' 412: .94, 282, Petschke, A. H. .... .... 9 4 Pettee, J. C. ...... .... . Pettigrew, D. L. . . . . . . . . Pettigrew, K. J. .. .. .172 Petty, H. 0. ....... . . .. Pettyjohn, A. R. .... ....... . Petz. H. X ..... ..... .......... Peverly, R. B. ......... ......... 9 4 Pfeiter, Marianne C.... .... 222, 259 Pfeilfer, Suzanne . . . ......... . .. . Pfister, H. E. ....... ............ . Pfister, W. J. .... .... 4 0, 94, Ptlager, C. W. .. ...... 94, Pflager, M. Phalanx ...... . Phelps, G. B ..... 1 Phi Alpha Chi ..... Phi Beta Kappa Phi Chi Theta . .. Phi Delta Phi ...... Phi Delta Theta Phi Epsilon Pi .. Phi Eta Sigma . .. Phifer, C.H ........ Phi Gamma Delta .. Phi Kappa ......... Phi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Psi ..... Phi Kappa Sigma Phi 256 270, 156 323, 197, .323 .456 .380 .356 .344 .360 457 289 445 376 1454 459 .329 .351 156 332 1402 457 445 437 94 361 383 383 321 358 .443 .327 459 . . . .348 344 384 332 126 346 ....368 326 353 343 376 Kappa Tau ......... ....... Philippine Illini Club ..... ......... Phillips, G. E. ...... . Phillips, K. ........ . Phillips, R. L. ....... . Phillips, W. E. ...... . Phi Mu ............... Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia Phi Mu Phi Omega Pi ..... .... Phi Pi Phi ....... Phipps, T. E .... .... Phi Sigma Kappa .. Phi Si ma Si ma .. 241, 460 343 328 60.16. . 9 g . ............. . Platt, C. L. ....... 94, 156, 1 , Pi Beta Phi Picard, H. L.... Picco, J. D .... Pick. C. A. ...... . Pickel. J. R ......... Pickels. G. W ........ Pickens. Louise M.. . PlBC1l, R. J. ...... . Piel, J. Pieper, Pierce, Pierce, Pierce, Pierce, Pierce, Pierce, H. ......... . J. J .... ....... B. Georgette .. J. D. ....... . L. E. ..... . N. H. Ruth E. .. T. J. ...... . Pierrots Pierson, A. C.. ...... .. Pierson, Pierson, Pierson, Helen R.. . . . Irene .... Pi Kappa Alpha .... Pilchard. E. I. Pilcher, R. Pi Mu Epsilon .... Pinsley, W. Pintar, E. ...... . Beatrice J.. . . .' Piper, W. N. ...... . . . . Pi Tau Pi Sigma... Pi Tau Sigma ...... Pitcher, L. B. .... . Pitkin, R. S .... ..... Pitner, Marion G.. . . . Pitt. W. G .......... Pittenger, W. E.. Pltzele, R. L ....... Plambeck, L. ..... . . . . Plambeck, Marion M .... . Plankenhorn, C. Plapp, F. E ......... .. Platt, D. C. .......... . Platt, H. Elizabeth .... Plattner, E.B ........ 94, 320, . . .330, 350 5. 326, 327, 304, , 453. .95, 294, 180, 305. 196, . 95. .34, 270, 157, Plochman, Amy T.. .. . I . U l Plummer, A. V. Plummer, P. H. .... . Plummer, Virginia .... Plunkett, Dorothy J.. .. Pohl, Adele D ...... .. 409, 216, 245, 370 462 425 460 387 417 392 358 364 431 457 409 440 450 384 351 454 418 95 452 377 427 385 388 126 429 853 270 322 331 413 331 378 373 377 444 384 403 345 317 461 341 343 227 369 328 394 242 411 323 359 360 219 332 445 390 382 412 217 414 P011l, G. O ....... ...95. 323, 387, 463 Pohler. G. M. ....,. .............. 4 52 Pohlmann, E. E ..... ..,........ 1 15. 390 Poirot, goliotlly M.. .. . . .95. 269, 413 446 oiro, . . ......., .......... 3 32 457 Pokorny. J. 0. ...,... ............. 3 21 Polinis.. Virginia l... ..... 426 Polito, Coneetta . . . .... 450 Polk. R. R. ........ ....,.. 9 .1 Pollensky. C. H.. .. .....,. .390 Polson. .l. A. ....... .... I 130 161 Ponath, Hanna E... ....... 409 Ponder. J. W. ..... .............. 3 40 Poole, J. I. ...... ................ 4 02 Poole, R. D ..... .... .... 1 8 0. 322. 354 448 Poor. Dorothy L. .... ..., 1 10. 240 411 -1113 Poorinan. Sarah L... ................ 419 Pope. G. J. ......... .............. - 403 Pope. Nancy Fl. .... ........... 2 20 Popp, Bernice .... 121 215. -109 Port. F. J.. ....... .... 3 32, 363 148 Porte. D. M .... .. ........... 398 Porte. S. ...... ..... I 139 398 Porter, C. F. . . . . ...... 241 Porter. Frances . . . . .95 408 Porter. F. M. ...... ...... I 350 Porter. L. V. ....... ..270 307 Porter. Marian 11. .. . ........ 411 Porter. Martha L. . ......... 115, 415 Porter. Maxine B. .. ...-1-1. 95 107. 418 Porter, R. B. ..... ........... 3 19 gortinan. C. Pb ...... .,.. 1 50. 100 167 183 osegate, VV. . ..... ................ 9 5 Poskoziin. Estelle A.. .............. -1511 Post. E. A. .......... ....... 3 32 Polstoek. VV. G. ..... .... I 199. 454 Potteiger. A. J. ,.... .... 2 41, 375 Potter. P. .l. ......... ....... Z 174 Potts, Gabrielle R .... ..... -1 16 Powel. E. D .... .... ....... 3 I 1-1 Powell. F. K. ..... .... I 122. 350 Powell. Mary E.. .. .,..... 220 Powers. F. B ....... ..... 3 90 Powers. Gcorgiana . ..... 437 Powers. J. A .....,. ....,..... 3 -l-3 Pownall. Ruth M.. . . ....... 121 408 Praeger, Doris D.. . . .... 120 235 421 Pray. L. 11 ........ ..... ..... 2 0 0 Prentiss, L. K. .... .......... 1 70 Presler. Grace G... .259 302 430 Preye, F. P. .... . ..... 458 Priee. Betty . .... 4511 Price. C. M. . .. ....... .... ..... 3 7 7 Price, Corinne .. . ..,............... 226 1'I'iK'0. H. D, . 156. 197. 195 37-1 453 Priee, J. B. ............ .... . 341 Price. Mary A. . ....,.. .... . .. 225 Priee. S. S. . .. ... -93 394 Priee. T. J. ..... ..... . .. 341 Priddle. G. H. ..... .... 1 50. 197 339 Pride, Frances B. . . . . . -119 4-15 Pride. Louise A. . .. ..... . . . 4-37 Priestly. Kate VY.. . . .213 331 408 Prillaman, J. .... 122. 178. 386 Primni, Ruth P... ......... 227 305 Pring. G. D. ...... ...95. 320 373 454 Proctor. Louise I.. . . .......... -123 437 Propst, D. IVV. .... . . . 1130 Prosek. J. i ........ .... 1 Prosterman. J. B.. .. .. 394 Prouty. Betty J. .... . . .. 220 Proval. Estelle J. .... . .... ..... 4 22 Provine, Elizabeth W.... ....... -1-3. 115 214 215 -i-07 408 1'l'OV1I18, L. H.. . . .... 330. 363 372 455 Prueba. M. J.... .......... .... . 340 1'1'l1Stf, C. E ..... ...... 1 15 339 360 Psik. Agnes A.. . . ..... 95 137 Psi Upsilon ....... . .. ..... 365 PubIif'z1tions .,..... ....... ..... 2 3 7 Puckett. Marcia K.. .. . . . 11. 110 2143 421 Puestow. C. B .,.... . . ..... ..... 1 20 Purcell. Madeline H .... ....,. 9 0 425 Purina. Elizabeth J. .... . ....... 96 226 Putman. Doris M .... .... 3 05 112 456 Putnam. I.. T. ...... .....,..... 3 71 Putnam, Ruth ........ ..110 Putnam. W. J. .,.. .... 1 63 Pyhrr. W. A.. . .. .,.. 322 Quayle. R. ll. .. .... Iss. 371, -148 Quenzer. F. ....... ....,..... 1 27 Quill. L. L. ......... .... t 153, 374 Quinn. Dorothy S ..... ....... 9 0 Quinn. T. P. .,.... .... 3 19. 452 Quirke. T. T .... . ...... 350 R Rabe, C. L. ...... .. Raby. Kathryn T .... Radcliife. ll. G. .... . Raddatz, VV. D. ...., . Radebaugh. G. H .... . Radebangh, Mary E.. .. Radl. R. M ..... ..... Radwell. Thehna I., .. Raffeld. L. M ...... , Ralm. WV. E ....... Railsbaek. B. F... Rainey. J. L ........ Raistriek. Mary 11 .... . Ram. M. M. ....,... .... . Ranibaeh. F. R. ......... . Ramenofsky. Lillian R. Rainer, L. Ramos. Gloria ........ Ramp. Doris L. ..... Ranlser. M. Louise .... Ramsey. J. A. ..... Ranalli. VV. ....... . Randall. Delia. B. .... . Randall. Dorothy M.. . . Randall. Mary L. ..., . VV. R . ...... . Randall. Randolph. Kathaleen .. Ranger, Jeanne F ..... Rankin. F. ll. ..... . Ransom. C. F.. .. Rapp, XV. E. ..... . Rashbauin. M. ....... . Rasmussen. C. T. ...... . Rasmussen. Josephine . Rasmussen, S. WV. ..... . Rathbone. Helen B.. Rathert. Ruth 111 ...,. . Ratliff, Alice . .. Rattner. M. L. .... . Raub. Margery ld... Rauktis. l". P.. . .. Rauworth. B. S... . Rawlinson. K. .. Ray. H. L. Ray. P. B. .... .... Ray. R. L. ..,....... .. Rayman. Shirley E..,. Rayner. VV. ll .,... Read. Mildred M.. . . Readey. Mary E.. . . . Reagan. F. P .... .. Reagan. Mary V... Ream, J. 1V..... Ream, N. J.. . . . Ream. R. P ...... Reamer. 0. .l. ..... .. Reeb. Virginia E ..... Florence M .... R. G. ....,.. . Rector. Redell. Redfern. R, L, ,,,. , Reed. G. A. Reed. G Reed. G. ll. .. Reed. H. B. . .D.... Reed. .l. C Reed. R Reed. R. Helen Reeder, M. T. .. Reeder. R. FI. Reeder, XV. L. .. Reedy. J. H ...... . . H. Rees, E. K. ........ . Reese. Margaret .l.. .. Reeser, Harriet M.... Reeves, Arlyn Reglular' Sfflf .... . Rehin. Ruth .. Rehr. Ruth .. Rehwald. E. A ........ Reich. H. .l .... ......... . Reiehardt, Dorothy M.. Reiclnnan. A. H. ..... .. Reiein. F. E. ...... . Reid. E. A. .. Reid. G. D. . . . . Reid. R. VV. Reid, VV. XV. Reifsteck. C. R. . . .. Reifsteek, Mary A... .. Reimann. R. C. ..... . Reineber,2'. Carlyn Reinhardt. C. O.. . .. Reinhardt. R. C... . . Reinheimer. S. N... . Reinhold. A. E.. . . . Reinish, H. D.... Reisner. J. S .... . . . Reiter. Anne L.. .. Reitseh. R. ..... . Renard. J. N... . Renne. L. W.. . .. Renwiek. F. VV... .. Revell. A. R. ............ . Reynolds. E. E. ,..... .... . Reynolds. K. Marguerite .... 1... ...97 INDEX or PERSONS AND Booxs-Continued ....399 .......-127 302 ....176 350 ..........344 ...........411 .. 269. 301 395 .........440 442 2-1-4. 332, 3-16. 411-8 .....-1-37 ...,,..382 ....305 432 ,...328 ....227 ....1-29 ..,.341 ....258 ....435 ....4-12 ....435 454 ...,226 ....419 ...,....-322 ....3-1-1 459 96 ...96 461 410 ......96 355 .......1-l1- 445 .96. -113 -156 .........295 .. ......... 382 ......., .414 .-11 258. 323 450 ......... 304 . ........ .180 120. 121. 28-1 354 .........422 .......3H3 453 .96. 217 -156 .....329 440 ........127 259. 302 423 .. 2-11. 322 3141 .90. 400. 41-0 450 196 321. 323 327 213. 243. 119, 445 ...,... .. 46 .........96 351 295. 319 322 .....121 366 ........352 358 .. 302. 304 345 .. ..... 330 .. 416 ........ .394- ........ .323 .90 301. 302, 458 ......... 358 .. ,.... .... 4 43 241. 423 1155 ........96 415 ..222. 225 226 .. ......... 309 428 .96 326. 327 328 ......... 462 ., ......... 330 ....213 -'1-19 ....216 367 ...96 326 . .... 330 -1-34 ...... .. 44-9 ......... 351 97 21-7. 359 451 ......,.356 41-H .. .,...... 97 ........37H -163 97. 335. -153. 463 121 270. 3941. 152 97 . ....... 370 ...97. 379 ........ 350 ......,..426 160. 251-. 256. 257 176. 321. 323 .. ......... 322 ..200. 318 ..270. 3-1-3 ...97. 376 .....327 Rezanka, W. H.. .. Rhoades. L. K ...... Rhode. C. S. ......... . Ribbentrop, Elsie Rice. A. L. ......... .. Rice. Rice, Barbara F. .. Alice C. . .... .. Rive. Margaret C. .. Syl Rice, Riee, VV. Rieewass Rich, Marion J.. . . . Richardi. E. R.. . . Richards R icha rd sz Richards Riehards. Richards Rieha rds. Richards Richards Richards Richart, Vern A. .. M. er. H. Barbara C T J. E. . , NV. . .. YV. K. . on. D. .. . . on. ' on. F. 11.. ..... . S. ...... . R.. . . . Rielnnond, A. M.. . . . Richmond. Lillian L.... Ricker. VV. S. ........ Ricketts. R. Rid.-11, Virginia Mf 'ff Ridgway. Marion A. . .. Riegel. R. VV ....... Riegel. Ruth Rieirer. C. Rlggzle. P. 1 ..... Righter, Righter. 11.15. .... 11.1 ..... . ...97 Rlfrolo. A. E. ......... .. Riley. Barbara R ..... Riley. E. XV. ......., . . . ne A. ..... ................ . . Riley. Nancy F.. .. .... 123 Riley. .Ia Rnnel. 1. Il. .....,. Rinaker. Clarissa. .. Rine. Marjorie E.. , .. Rinearson, Elsie Y.. ,. Ring. D. F. .......,.. . Risily. J. L ..... ....... Rittenhouse. Marjorie Ritter. XV. A.. ...... Rives. Marion 1... . . .. Roane. R. D. ........ . Robbins. Robbins. Robbins. Blanche V. .. Margaret E. ... Sylvia ...... Roberson. Y . . . . Roberts. Roberts. A. J. ., C. lfl. .. Roberts. C. W. . G S Robe rts, Roberts. Roberts. HHLYQ1 A . L. N. Roberts. M. 0. .... . Roberts. Mary J. .. Robertson. Robertson Robertson Robertson. Robertson Robertson Robertson Carita .. . D. .... . . ld. C. J. M. .. . L. L. . Maxine . . . . VV. S. .. .1 .... .... I fffflffl 2 1-1, 35 1-, .....221. .91, -1-01. 440 331 -111 L. .... . .......... . . . . . ...., 13b."..:iQ9, . . ...97 301. 329. D B 40 390, 97 3 3 9 330 .97 226 .97 . .220 262 A QM' 330 321 293, -1-10, ...98 21-7 -11-3 .98 318 295 1 1 ....122, ...914, 216, 333 .98 137 352 ....98. 319 323 3-1-8 Robey. N. T. ........ . Robinson. Anna B.. . . Robinson. C. C. . . . . Robinson. D. F. . .. Robinson. Jean .... . . . Robinson, Maude L. .. .. . .. Robinson. M. H. ..... .... I 129, Robison. Viola E ...,. Roche. A. V. ....... ...... . Roehe, J. .l. ..... .. Roeke. V. S. .... . Rockwell. C. R.. . .. Rodebush. VV. H .... Rodgers, A. M.. . . . Rodi. M. H. . Rodi. V. J. . . . . Roerigz, R. . . . .. Roeder. S. D.. . . . .. Roeitger. H. G. ...... . Rogers, Carolyn R. .. Rogers. J. F. ....., ,... ........... . . Rogers. N. N. .,.. .... , ...... 3 09. Rohlen. K. V... ...120 121. 285. Rolando. A. A... .... .... Rolla. F. WV. .... .......... . . Rolph. Carol ...... Rome. Abranita .. Ronalds. F. S.. .. .,,,, , , , , , Ronchetti. F. .l. .... ...!18. 323 Rooks. R. N. ..... . I XV Roos. 9. Roos. Marjorie I. . , Roos. R. C. ...... . Roosa. WV. L .... . Root. Pearl .,...... Ropa. W. A. ...... .. Roper. Florence L .... Roper. .l. P. ...... .. Ropiequet A V 390 . ...321 . .. .,..30-1 Ropiequet. VV. C ....,. ....... 396 387 343 419 -1-48 456 163 226 365 97 410 97 227 441 270 376 376 180 367 395 97 322 393 3511 265 344 440 413 429 352 423 440 402 453 323 4-55 227 373 411 458 452 412 435 409 258 186 424' 399 434 375 433 433 432 127 365 340 302 355 437 322 348 437 451 358 332 289 369 456 462 452 419 304 351 456 98 442 331 458 366 304. 322 358 409 190 362 358 459 333 444 323 320 31-9 -10:1 190 423 432 353 4-1-0 352 369 435 369 4-60 436 440 305 458 369 257 318, 322 Schott. C. D ..., .... Rosander, B. T ..... Rosborough, J. B ..... .. Rosborough. J. R.... . Rose, Gail 1. ...... , Rose. Jane M. Rose, V. G. Rose, W. C ..... .. Rosebrook, D. E.. .. Roselle. Ruth V ...., Rosen. Bernice S. .. Rosen, Claire J. .... Rosen, Isabelle S. Rosenberg, L. X. ...... . Rosenblum, Janice A .... Rosenblum, Miriam Rosenblum, S. ....... . Rosengren, P. L. ...... . Hiirif Qhhf 295. 194, 386, 348, Rosenkrantz, Fredrika .............. Rosenstiel. H. C. .... . ......... Rosenstiel. J. B. ....... 252 287 Rosenthal. R. H.. .. ..... Rosenthall, Cicile Rosner. Anna 'I' .... Ross. Betty ...... . . . .98 Ross. D. N. Ross. D. W. .. Ross. E. S. . . . . Ross, G. B. .... . Ross, G. W. ..,. . Rossman. H. C.... Rost. S. F. .... . Roth. Celia J. . Roth. D. I. Roth, Dorothy A. . Roth, R. L. ...... . Roth, W. T. ........ . ffffiii Rothenberg. H. B.... Rothenberg, Shirley Rothgeb, J. H. ...... . Rothwell. Grace A.. . .. Rouge. J. K .... ..... Rourke. R. J.. .. Rouse, E. J.. Row, C. F ........ Rowand, G. Rowe, C. E. ........ . Rowe. C. G.. ........ .. Rubin: M. ...... . Rowland. Elizabeth L. Rowley, Janet G. .... . Rowle y. Marie M.... Royer, C. P.. ....... . Rozin, Florence L.... Ryan, D. G ..... Ryan, J. G. ..... . Ryan, W. G. . . Ryan, W. P. . Ryde, .I. L. ..... . Ryde. R. E. ....... . Ryniker, Ellen L. ..... . Rubens. L. H. ...... . Rubenstein, H. I .... . Rubin, A. C ........ Rubin Rubin Rubin , Anna C .... , H. H.... J. .... . Rubin, Pauline . .. :hifi 269. . QSQQ' iii .98 ...98 v . . .99- . 99, 245, 326, 170 Ruby J. C.. ......... .... 1 56, Ruby. Rebecca F. .... ......... . Rucker. H. J. ..... ........... . Rnddick, C. K.... .... 99, 326 Ruder, R. T., . . . Rudy, Betty J.. .. Rue. Emily J ..... Rueck ert. F. C.. . . Ruegger. J. M.. . . . Ruehe, H. A.... Ruff. .I. W. ..... . Rulmow, E. Rullman, E. 330 .99 :iii 346 100 Russell. A. S. .. ....... .... Rumana. H. .... Rumble. A. W .... Rummler. R. S ........ Rumsey, Mary B. ..... . Runkel. Elizabeth M.... Runnells. D. B ......... Rushford, Sylvia R .... Rusk, H. P. ......... Rusk. Martha H .... . . . . . Rusk, W. D. ......... . Ruskamp. Mary E. .... Ruskalnp. VV. H.. . . . iifi Seng. E. 11. .......... .. Russell. Russell. F. A. ..... . Russell, Frances A. .. Russell, Helen L. .. Russell , R. C. ...... . Russell, W. H. ...... . C. P. ...... .... 1 19. 301 ....119 224 , 408 Rutelonis. Josephine M.. . . Ruth, Barbara ........ Ruth. W. H ......... Rutherford, E. G.. .. Rutherford. E. L.. . .. Rutkin. I. B ........ Rutledge, Carolyn .. Rutz, Gladine ..... fsiii 188 219 321 318. 155 iii 156 341, 259, 436 .051 3.1.11- 271 .98 .98 123 289 240 333 .98 sa, 328, 304 348 304 332 333 353 .99 349 387 21-7 323 393 .99 176 156 313 359 225 322 347 323 329 216 445 183 .99 1 v 1 Q 1 1 402 441 386 394 408 383 358 400 419 436 436 461 440 422 422 382 323 422 126 320 394 227 436 416 378 362 323 383 354 304 396 422 384 423 385 301 382 431 375 416 397 341 320 126 378 301 341 227 437 434 357 456 368 323 -l-43 368 462 349 463 384 398 99 227 322 382 384 99 453 412 451 451- 442 427 423 345 440 361 461 453 360 197 323 448 444 415 346 227 373 263 373 415 347 4-1-8 346 350 226 222 451 347 347 434 410 264 302 451 394 437 456 Ixnzgx or PERSONS AND Books-Continued Sabin, C. S H.... Sabo, .I . .... . Sachs, M. Saddam. 'I. .... Sader. M. .......... .. Saikley, A. F ...... ........ Saikley, Aness ........... St. Germain. M. Eleanor.. St. Ledger. H. ........... . Sf. Pafs Ball ........... Salins, Audrey A.. . .. Salins, E. 1. ............ . Salisbury, F. VV ............ Saltsman, Henrietta J. .... . Saltzman, Lillian A. ..... . Samisch, Sammis, Sammons Fredericka F. . .99 A. L. ............ . , F. E. ............ Sammons, LaVerne . ...... Sams. L. H ............ ..99 Samuels, VV. J. ............ . Samuelson, F. VV. ......... . Sanborn. R. W. ............ . Sandberg, Virginia F. .... . Sanders, A. F. .......... . Sanderson. E. G. ......... . Sanderson, Elizabeth VV... Sandford, W. P. ......... . Sandmeyer, Kathryn M.. .. Sandry. Dolores C .... Sandwell. G. M. ...... . Sanford, G. VV. ...... . Sangwin, Helen J ..... Sanhamel, J. F.. Sanmann, Madge S.. .. Santarelli, F. ..... . Santry. D. F. ...... . Sapp. Marion G. ..... . Sargeant, Patricia . . . Sargent, W. F. .... . Sarvello, J. M. .... . Sass. L. ........ . Satterfleld, H. R.. .. Sauer, F. ........ . Saunders, Alta. G. .. Saunders. H. B. .. Saunders, R. H. .. Sautier, P. M .... Savage, Mary V. .... . Savage. Miriam J. .. Savage, T. E. ....... . Savage, Virginia M. ..... . Savoie. W. F. ............. .. Sawyer. C. E. ...... 41, 100, Sawyer, J. P. . . . .... . . . .. Sawyer, P. W. ............ . Sawyer. R. A. .... Sayre. C. R. .......... . Scabhard and Blade... Scaife. R. R. ........ . Scala. Viola I. ...... . Scanlin, S. F. ........ . Scanlon, VVinifred C.. . . Scarratt, Jeanne L.. . .. Schacht, J. H ........ Schachtman, M. R.... Schaefer, E. ...... . Schaefer, Elsie Schaefer. G. E. .... . Schaeffer, J. R.. . .. Schafer, Ilda J. ..... . Schaifer, Jean ........ Schaffer. 0. G. ......... . Scharfenberg. Jean R .... Scharschug, Lenore Schaudt, E. M. .... . Schauer. W. H.. .. Scheerer, VV. ..... .. Scheick. W. H. ....... . Schenck. J. R ............ Schenker, Shirley H ..... Scherer. A. C .......... Scheuber, N. F. ..... . Scheyer, Annette V.... Scheyer, L. R. ....... .. Schicht. Elizabeth H.. . .. Schick, VV. R. ....... . Schierer. J. P ..... Schilling. C. C .... ..... Schiltz, L. R. .......... . Schimmel, Margaret M.. .. Schindler, Louise M. .... . Schindler, Mary C. ..... . Schlachter. 0. E. ........ . Schlagenhauf. Caroline Sehlansker. D. L. ........ . ffIffIffS6 263, -115 245. 215, 290 .4-3, 100 . . .100 ...190 198, 317 4 45 436 407 226 323 214 339 434 364 407 291 100 350 414 408 288. 343. 353 ...100 364 ...156 .ffifili .fffiif 290 ...241 Sehlatter, C. F ........ . ...329, 377 Sclllatter, VV. J.. . . . Schmeiske. L. H .... Schmersahl. I.. C.. .. Schmid. J. U ..... . Schmidt. C. F. .. Schmidt. E. C. . . . . Schmidt. M. T. fffidd 41, 88, 436 421 427 240 197 295 'nab 40 7 380 100 414 301 410 100 100 430 176 440 246 ' 555 402 186 382 460 398 322 440 463 330 296 431 379 320 456 440 422 403 367 443 440 371 99 301 409 304 350 436 459 425 437 361 390 430 374 265 403 440 244 408 351 403 457 321 127 455 359 363 396 292 419 349 458 371 449 352 126 457 373 318 354 4-58 100 437 456 386 382 362 434 352 327 226 291 372 411 245 429 318 440 350 360 180 436 323 454 431 384 212 445 444 460 423 445 410 452 437 177 442 442 128 454 317 351 330 452 Schmidt. Virginia M. Schmidt. W. B. ...... . Schmitt, R. J. ......... . Schmoeger, Katherine .... Schnapp- Anita R. ..... . Schnauber. E. ....... . Schnebly, M. I ..... Schneider. D. R. .. Sclmeider. 0. M. .. Schneider. R. G. .. Schneider. W. F. .. Schneidman, J. Schniepp, L. E. .... .. Schnitzer. Marion Schnitzer. S. ..... . Schoeniger. J. J.... Schoenling. J. .... . Scholastic Honors . . . 321 178, Scholl. Dorothy . ,....... ........ School of Journalism, The ........... School of Physical Education, The .... Schooley. F. E. ..................... . Schoonnlaker, S. .... . ........ . Schottman. A. B .... . Schrader, H. J.. . .. Schrodt, J. W ...... Schroeder, P. L. .... . Schroy. Christine Schrum. P. W. .... . Schubert, B. F.... Schubert, R. F. .... .. Schuessler, K. J. ..... . Schuessler. Lueile K. .... ...... . Schuldt, J. F ..... ..... .... 1 1 10, Schultz. Dorothy A.. .. . . . . . . . Schultz. E. G. ...... . Sclmltze. Anna M.... Schulz. Katherine Schumaker. E. Schuman. S. Schurecht. F. W... Schustek. 1. D.... .... .42, 160 Schuster. A. M.... Schuster. M. Schutt. R. D ...... Schwager. D. G... Schwartz, G. I4 ..... Schwartz, G. I.... Schwartz. M. . Schwarz, Ruth Schwind, B. . . . Schy. Scotla M. H .......... ind. Ethel M .... Scott, Agnes L. .... . Scott, G. Margaret J C Scott. . .. .... . . . . . Scott. J. W. ..... . 321 101. 163, ifii Sid Scott, Margaret ...... ....... Scott. R. L. ................... . . Scott. VV. M. ............ . Scovill. H. 'l'. ..... 238, 254, 329 Scovill. Mary J. ......... . Scovill. VV. S. ........ ...... . Scovillc, H. B. ...... . Seaman. Henrietta . . . Seaman. Jane ........... Seamans. F. L. ....... Seamens. Grace A. ....... . Searle. Georgia 1'. CMrs.h. Searls. E. N. ............. . Sears. A. F. ..... ...... . Sears, H. Seass, A. Seaton. D. C. .... . Seaton, R. M...... Sebek, L. J. ....... .. Seber, Virginia L ..... Seed. L. .............. . 386 241 301 101 101 Seelmayer. Helen M. ............ . 341 330 182 156 Seely. F. B. .................. Seely. 1. R. ........ 118, 156. 176. Seely, R. VV. .............. 101, Segal Salene . .................... Segu Dorothy F ..... Seide Seide 1. May ll.. .... . l. Miriam C.. . .. Seifert. VS . F.. . . .. Seiler. 0. E. ...... . Seller. V. M ......... Scldomridfze. C. M.. . .. Seldon. VV. J.. . . . . . . Seligson. I.. ..... . . Sellers. A. A. ...,. .. Sellers. H. L. ...... .. Sellers. Kathryn M. .. Sellers. VV. W. ..... . Senefeld. C. 1.. ..... . Senf. Louise M. ...... . Sengenberger, L. H.... Senger. Helen L. ...... . Seniors ............. Senior Bull ...... Senior Infornial .. Senne. Olga Il.. . .. Senseney. R. M.. .. Sentman. E. E ....... Serkowich. J. H..... 101 iii 323 227, 377 318 Blu 351 301 227 244 222 322 22-1 137 186 339 4-58 101 305 2101 ' 2151 ' 345, 440, 419 385 101 414 223 156 101 101 260 29117, ' 440 101.. 346 346 346 101 226 264 301 ' Trial' 295 1 . v Q - v v 1 . 123, 293. 101. 437 346 452 408 456 429 348 440 343 440 100 450 369 432 246 183 381 325 408 27 28 375 460 369 304 368 302 127 456 100 301 351 388 423 374 101 161 305 408 126 370 372 156 349 270 245 386 440 460 435 384 420 365 379 409 437 223 332 269 437 376 -1-59 442 456 440 383 445 414 344 421 441 451 330 389 442 176 126 381 436 126 458 453 461 461 422 435 458 295 126 257 101 302 400 455 393 346 419 393 323 437 454 359 226 39 282 288 425 366 304 440 I age 492 213 Serpless, E. ....... .......... 1 02, 329, Serritella, A. F. .... ................... . Serwich, A. . ..41, 102, 256, 387. Sebchell, J. F ..... ........... ....... Severns, W. H.... ........ Severson, J. ' 323, Sevier, W. .......... ..... . Seybolt, R. F ....... ..... ..... Seyl. P. W. ................ ..... . Seyler, Geneva M. qMrs.J .... 102, Seymour, Ruth C ...... .... ......... 4 2 7, Seymours, L. ........... .............. . Shade, R. N ......... .... 1 02, 247, 260, Shafer, W. M. ...... ....... 1 02, 326, Shallberg, W. G. ..... .............. . Shambaugh, J. P.. . . ........... . . . . . Shamel, J. W. ...... .... 1 02, 252, 253, 316, 318, 320, Shanks, R. B. ..... .......... 3 22, Shannon,J.S. .... Shannon. P. L. .. . . . .. Sharav, A. ...... . . . Sharcot, J. B. .... Sharkey, R. Sharp. J. H. ..... .... . Sharp, L. T. ........ ....... . Sharp, Marjorie M. . . . . . 305, Sharpe, M. D ........ ............... Shaw. Kathryn. J.. . . . ............ 225, Shawl. R. I. ......... .... 3 00, 301, 356, Shayman, Ruth E.. . . ......... . .226, Sheagren. J. W. ........ Shcdd, T. C. ..... .. .330, 453, Shein, M. H ...... .......... Shelby. C. T .... . Sheldon. R. S. .... .............. . Shelford, Lois F. .... .... 1 02, 327, 458, Shelford, J. V. ....... .... 1 02, 326, 330, Shell. F. D. ............ .............. . Shelly, Elizabeth W .... . . . .... . . . . Shelton, R. M. ........... .. . . . . Shepanek, Felicia A ...... ......... Shepanek, Genevieve M .... 407, Shepard, F. P ............ Shepard. Jean S. ...... . Shepherd, Edith M. ...... . Shepherd, R. V. .......... . Shepherd son, P. Virginia ..... Sherberger, F. G ..... ....... Sheridan, E. P .... .......... Sheridan, Marguerite C.. . . . Sherman, Charlotte G. .. . Sherman, E. E. ......... Sherman, J. W. ...... . Sherman, Marion J. .. Sherman, R. C. .... . Sherrill, R. R. .... . Sherritt, L. Gene .... Sherry. Hazel ....., Sherwin, Anne Shevlin, G. H. .... . Shi-Ai ........... Shields, J. R.... Shinall, H. L. ..... . Shinderman, W. ..... . 413, S 322, 102, 254, Shmn. Sarah E. .................... . 290 Shoemaker, S. P. ........... . Shoenberger, Elizabeth ..... Sholty, L. J. ........... . Shoot, L. R. ......... .... . Short,C. F.... Shott, H. S.... ....102 Shreve, M. .... ...... . Shriner, R. Shroyer, M. J.. . .. Shull, T. T. ...... . Shumway, W. .... . Shunick, J. W ....... Shutzbaugh, M. R.... Sidwell, Ruby Siebens, N. H .... Siebert, F. S. ..... . Sieiferman, R. L.. . . Siegel, Isabel .... Siegel, N. Siegel. R. B ..... Siegfried, J. H. .... .. Slemers, L. L. .......... . Siemiantkowski, S. J.... Siemon, R. E. ........... . Sienkewicz, Harriet Sievers, H. H ........ .... Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Signal Alpha Epsilon Alpha Iota ..... Alpha Mu .... Chi .......... Delta Kappa Delta Phi .... Delta Pi .... Delta Rho Delta Tau . . . Kappa .... Mu Sigma . . . Nu ......... Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon .. Pi .......... Tau ...... Corps . . 102, 330, 4 271, 346, 423, 348, 374, 156, 102, 454, 388, 238, 156, 369, 102, . . .103, 103, 321, 442 403 440 371 461 366 449 340 343 459 456 460 359 327 380 359 287 350 363 375 367 322 398 361 360 356 414 379 227 460 440 459 463 382 351 246 462 447 377 102 375 436 428 360 456 227 357 227 375 350 437 436 440 246 436 340 457 227 436 427 449 445 364 126 379 456 352 437 371 454 341 463 360 358 365 323 459 102 363 227 102 333 399 436 370 454 126 460 186 322 434 447 347 461 379 341 402 446 462 400 432 415 399 350 381 351 361 447 313 INDEX or PERSONS AND BOOKS-Continued Signor, Nelle M. .... . Silberberg, W. Silet, C. L. ...... . Silk. J. P. .......... . Silver, Beatrice N. . Silver, M. J. ..... . Silver, Nettie F. .. Silverman, Anne . Silverman, B. M. .. ....103 Silverman, L. ............... . . . Silvian, Clara K. ..... . Simmen, F, B. ..... 103, . 252, 287, 318 Simmonds, Madelyn L. ......... . Simmons, E. E. ..... . Simmons. S. ..... . Simmons, Simon, A. J. .... . H. V. IN. .. M. .... . Simon, Simon. R. M. ...... . Simon, Sherwin 0. .. Simon, Sydney O. . . . Simon, Simons, E. G. Simons, M. . . . . Simpson, A. P. . . . Simpson, F. G. ..... . Simpson, Harriet M. . Simpson, J. E. ..... . Simpson, Mathilda . . . Simpson, Willard J. . Simpson, William J. . Simpson, Sims, Florence B.. . . . Sims, P. Sinclair, Sindelar, Sinden, E. .... . Sinden, W. Slnderson, R. H.. . . Singleton, F. A .... Sinnock, P. ..... . Siren, The .... Sirles, W. P ...... Sisam, Cora L. .... . Sitzberger, F. J.. .. Sivert, R. C. ..... . W. J. .... . W. M. .... . A. ....... . W. B... . R. J.. .. Sivyer, W. M ........ Skarda, E. J .......... 122 103 180 103 375 120:.... Skartvedt, Freida H. ..... .. Skidmore, J. R. ..... . Skidmore, W. E ..... Skillman. Ellen L.... Skinner, Mary Skinner, Mildred L... Skoglund, W. A ...... Skonning, A. A .... Skonning, W. T .... Skoog, E. K ..... .. Skorcz- J. C. ....... . Skroder. C. E. ...... . Skull and Crescent. . . 103, Skusevec. Veronica E.. . . . Slane, Charlotte J.... Slater, C. J. ......... . Slaymaker. C. M. .... . Slepicka, Pauline M.. Slepyan, A. H. ...... . Slidinger. Ruth E.. . . Slifka, G. C. ...... . Sloan. R. C. ..... . Slocum, K. Slotin, Ida ....... Slusser, E. Smale, D. H.... Small, C. E. ...... . Small, L. H. ....... . Smallenberger, L. C.. . Smith, A. ....... ......... . Smith, Ann A. ............ . Smith, B. H... .104, 247, 260, Smith, Betty J . .......... . Smith, Smith, Bobbette P. . Smith, C. H. .... . Betty. S. ........... . 294 .43 251 290 1 Smith, C. M. ..... .... . Smith, C. R. ..... ...... . Smith. C. S. ........... 104, Smith, C. Fenton .......... Smith, C. Francis ................ Smith, Catherine E. .... 119, Smith. Charlotte M. ....... . Smith, Smith, C. V. ........ .... . D. E. ..... . Smith, D. N. ....... . Smith, Dorothy E. .. Smith, F. M. .... . Smith, F. R. .... . Smith, G. A. Smith, G. W. ..... . Smith, Harold A. Smith, Howard A. .. Smith. H. W. .... . Smith, Helen J. .. Smith, Helen L. . . .... . . . Smith, Smith, J. M. ...... . ........ .. K. ................... . 121 ' 214, 4 103, 288, 289, 196, 3201 123, 304, 321, 388, 9931 447, 305, 285, 256, ' 1931 1 5 7 , -3.39, 22-11 H163 3214 H317, 3181 330, 454, "i691 9012 .....24s, .163 5.2.3. H1.0'4', 527, .'1'0'4', H164 3231 348 364, ' 12191 323 359, 119 292, 104, 137, 333. 430, "339'343', .....104, 104, 247, 243 421, 241, 419, ...3'27', . 124, . .... 104, . .... 522. Smith. K. A. ........... 120, 285, 319, Smith, Katherine M. ......... . 409 401 363 440 422 394 432 431 379 384 436 349 436 103 381 323 332 323 388 382 394 444 384 401 374 349 435 454 423 304 103 452 437 443 343 388 452 103 255 361 346 245 127 419 368 350 363 369 227 302 300 410 409 425 360 378 378 351 462 462 448 418 103 440 357 433 128 459 441 381 104 432 450 367 340 371 339 449 347 451 451 420 239 463 432 383 330 345 449 360 457 455 456 452 373 187 445 346 340 340 358 391 350 304 436 426 330 180 372 305 331, 157, 289, 2381 342, 414, 104, 332, 302, .shi 364, 308, 345, 3401 Smith, Kirker .... 244, Smith, L. A. . . ,,,,,,, ,, Smith, L. C. ..... .122, Smith, L. P. .... .... ...... . Smith, Louise .... ............. Smith, M. H. ...... .... 1 20, 121, 318, 320, Smith, Margaret L. . ............ . . . Smith, Margery D. ................. . Smith, Mary C. ........ 121, 213, 222, Smith, Mary H. ... ............ . . . .. Smith, Mary M. . . ,.,,... , , , Smith, P. A. Smith. R. H. .... . Smith, Roy M. .... . . ,, Smith, Russell M. . . , , , Smith, R. O. ...... , , , , Smith, Rachel L. . . . , , Smith, Ruth E. . , , Smith. W. A. . ............ .. Smith. W. E. .. ............. . . . Smith. W. G. ..... 104, 252, 287, i 321, 322, 323, Smith. W. H. .. . ............ Smith. W. L. ..... .............. . Smithers, A. C. . . . .162, Smithers, K. A. . .. ...... .. .. Smock, H. B. ........ .......... . Smutz, C. E. ........ ............ . Snavely, E. R ..... .......... 1 04, Snider, Margaret M. .... ...... . 156, W. H. ........ ..... . A. M. ...... .. J.K. ..... Snider, Snook. Snook. Snyder, C. E. .... . Snyder, Grace P. .. . Snyder, Helen E. . . . Snyder. L. E. ...... . Snyder, Lillian M. .. Snyder, M'Lisse I. . . Snyder, S. M. .. . . Society ....... ..... Soderstrom, C. E. .. Soderstrom, C. W. . Soifer, Sylvia L.. .. Solger, W. H. ...... . Solomen, S. .... Solomon, Virginia M Solomon. W. E. . 1891 ' 360, 424, 3521 165, 2282 347: Solon, Mary M. .... .... 1 23, 226. Soltker, D. L.. . . ...,., , ,, ,, Sommer, J. R. ...... ..... 2 70, Sondag, R. F. ........ .,,,, , Sontag. H. E. .......... Sophomore Cotillion . . . , , Sorn, F. S. ........... ,, Sororities .......... , , Sostak, P. A. ........... , ,, , Soukup, Dorothy E. ..... , ,, Southwick, Charlotte L. .... .... 2 26, Spalding, S. M. .......... .... 1 05, Spangler, Virginia L. .. .... .. . Sparks, B. W. ....... ..... 1 05, Spear, Frances L.. . . ....... 331, Speer, K. ......... ........... . Spence, W. E. ....... .... 1 62, 342, Spencer, Edith L. .... ....... . . . . Spencer. Gladys E. . . ...,,, , , , Spencer, Glenna A. .. ,, Sperlin, E. G. .......................... . Sperling. G. ........................... . Spiesman, Mildred C....225, 259, 331, 413, Spinner, Lorraine ................... 220, Spinner. Ruth ...... ................. . . Spires, L. A. .... Spitler, J. C. .... ,,,,, , Spivey. C. C. ........ ........... . Splittgerber, L. D.. .. ........... .270. Spongberg, A. E. .... ................ . Spradling. Zita H .... ..... 1 05 216, 217, Sprague, L. E. ...... ............ 1 05, Sprout, Venus M.... ........ .. . . .. Spurlock, I. C.. .... ,,,, , Spyra, S. S. ....... ,,,105, Squarcy, C. M. .... ,,,,, , Squires, Sarah A. . ,,,,,,, ,, Srebalus, J. A. ..... .... ..... 1 9 0, Stack. E. J. .... ....... 1 22, 244, Staehlin, D. W ..... .... 1 05, 321, 323, Staehle. Ida M. .... .............. . Stafford, E. E. .. .... ..... 2 54, Stafford, G. T.... .... .... . 156, Staggs, G. H. ...... .... . 197, Staggs. W. R. . . .............. . .. Staley, R. B. ....... .... 1 05 269, 323, Staley. S. C. ......... ........ ..... 1 5 6, Stamberg, 0. E. ........................ . Standard, Dorothy A.. . .105, 212, 220, 262, Stange, C. J. ................... ..... 3 77, Stanley, Gilherta . .. ...... . ...... . . . . Stanton, M. P. ..... .... ..... 2 1 9, Star Course .... ................ Star, L. P. ..... ................ . Stark, W. E .... .... 1 22, 188, 289, Starr. C. J. ..... .... ........... . Starr. M. O. ...... ............. . Starrett, J. W. Starrett, W. C. . . . .... .105, Statkus. A. W ..... ........... Staudt, G. L. .... .... 1 05, 322, 430 344 370 318 424 285 441 409 418 445 413 437 365 380 265 190 376 305 423 380 448 315 447 367 104 448 340 200 440 449 445 104 448 352 344 327 437 451 226 104 376 281 441 363 431 364 180 415 246 293 105 383 127 387 289 367 405 440 437 331 371 105 440 445 180 378 458 227 436 317 443 445 432 432 244 356 440 440 388 226 345 297 180 374 322 226 374 289 327 434 304 453 304 ' 319 388 453 105 414 440 413 414 279 394 388 399 304 199 387 361 366 Page 493 Stead, J. Stear11s, W. J. .... . Stebbings, R. W.. . .. Steele, Steele, Helen F. Steele, J. E. ........ . Steele, Steele, R. L. ........ . Steely, Steer, Stege, Stei elman T. F D. F. .... . A. E. ...... . Stein, C. H. . . .. Stein, Stein, R. A. . . .. Stein, Ruth H. .... . Steinbach, H. ....... . J. H. .. Steiner, Anne B. . . .. .. Steiner, Dorothy M. . Steiner, R. B. ...... . Steiner, W. E. ...... . Steinmann, J. Steinwart J. R. ..... . ten el 1111 R 106Q'247,' S g , . Stengl. Mildred ..... Stephens, C. ...... . Marjorie C. .. ...... . 105 4 E. N. ...... ..'.'.ib61 321. Eleanor E. ....... 217, ' g , .. . . ...... . . . .. Steimley, L. L. .... ....... . .2.9.4.' . 106, 227, Stephens, N. L. ...... ' l U ' ' Stephenson, R. K.. . .. Stern, A. ......... . Stern, Evelyn A. . . . Stern, H. S. .... . Stern. W. W. .. Stevens, F. L. .. ....... Stevens, J. A. ...... . Stevens, R. P. .... 106, 246, Stevens, W. E. ....... . . , .. Stevenson, C. L. Stevenson, E. H. .... . Stevenson, Helen I. .. Stevenson, W. H. . . . Stewart, C. L. ........ . Stewart, Pauline M. . . Stewart, R. W. ..... . Stewart, W. B. .......... . Stiegemeyer, Ann D. Stiegemeyer, Katherine' 121, 106, 259, 106, Stiegman, Dorothy A.. . .106, Stiehl, H. . .............. .. Stiehl, J. E. ........ . Still, W. G. ....... . Stillwell, L. ......... . Stine, Charlotte Stinson, Lois M. .......... . Stinton, H. F. ............. . 323 227, 3001, 123, 397- 136, 251, 254, 245 156: 309, 304 304: 41, 106, 3261 ' Stith, Sarah ................ . ...... . 1, 302, 303 360 Stiven, F. B.. . .259, 27 Stiven, M. Jean ........... Stocker, Cynthia H. . ..... .. Stoeffhass, M. R. .... . Stoever, H. J. .... .. Stokes, C. H. ..... . Stokes. H. R. ...... . Stokus, Catherine M. .. Stolle, H. F. ......... . Stone, B. A. ...... . Stone, F. L. .... . Stone, Florence .... Mabel L. . .. Sheila. ...... Stone, Stone. Stonehouse, E. H. . . Story. H. T .... Stoshitch, S. L. .. Stotler, H. A.. . .. Stouffer, E. L.. . . . Stover, A. R.. . . Stoyke, E. E. .. . Stoyke, L. T. . .... . . . Strader, I. S. ...... . Strader, S. Elizabeth Strakosh, W. C. ....... . . . . Strand, Mary Strang, C. F ...... Strang, E. E. ..... . Stratton, J. A ....... Straub, F. G ........... Strauch, Barbara R. ....... . Strauss A. Straw, 'T. C.. ..42, 107.. Strawn, C. C. ............. . Streid, D. D.. ............. .. Stresau, F. B.. . .. Stringer, J. Striplin, R. M.. .. Strode, 0. G ..... Strohl, J. J. .... . Strohm, J. L. .... . Strom, L. E. ........ . Strong, Janet M ....... Strouf, F. E. .......... .. Strubinger, Carolyn L .... Struble, P. W. ........ . Strzepek, A. W. ..... . Stuart, C. W. Stuart, Marion L. .. Stuart, Mary T., Stuart, Nellie M. Stubbleneld, F. M.. . . . Stubbs, F. W. ..... . Page 494 1 317, 245, 331, 244, 321, 444, 106, 320, 293, 451, 272, 327, 256, 1061 422, 196, 3531 319, 389, 362, 302, 329, 288, 363, 269, 328, 45.8, 4362 . . . .106, 322 244 269 106, aio., . 13.721 304, ......330, 118 1 301, ......162l 221 226, 240 353, ......3591 301. 304, .....323, 156, 246, 160 309 304 118, '10-i.' 321 240, 101 305: 269, 305, 1 63, 31 9, 332. .3.2.3., 433.31 256, 2461 33 1 . 269, 107, 458, 3601 371 361 364 105 106 369 410 368 359 127 440 323 460 461 332 349 431 127 423 414 321 127 372 397 457 213 446 257 340 156 353 446 384 106 462 321 457 440 323 106 305 372 383 436 440 180 305 305 451 364 364 304 172 422 423 380 227 460 416 456 397 330 377 322 436 375 382 127 432 I06 414 362 342 455 344 361 392 304 322 351 291 461 .226 457 356 364 358 410 304 349 320 385 367 356 348 386 296 385 342 411 296 456 359 197 127 446 409 461 399 453 INDEX or PERSONS AND BooKs-Continued Stubbs, Marjorie L. ................ . 305, Stubenrauch, C. H. .................. 332, Student Administration ............. 249, Student Alumni Association, The ......... Student Council ......................... Stumpf, Mary I. ................ . . .107 Stumpf, R. J. ...... . . . . . . Stunkard, G. L. ...... ........ . Stunkel, L. Charlotte .... ...... 4 13, Sturman, H. E. ...... . ..252, 287, Sturman, J. M. ....... ......... . Sturgeon, Eleanor M. .... ....... . Stutsman, P. S. ....... ........ . Stuttle, Dorothy E. . . . . . . .327, Stuttle, Esther ....... ..... . . . Stutzman, Dorles C.. . . . . . . . . . . Suckow, Katheryn .. ....... .. Suddes, J. W ...... ..... 1 07, Sullivan, D. J. ..... ..... 3 76, Sullivan, Fay I. ...... . . . . . . . Sullivan, Margaret C. .. .. .. . . . Sullivan, Marian L. ...... ..... 1 07, Summer Entertainments . . . ..... . . . . . Summerheld, R. ......... ...318, 320, Summers, Summers, N. B. ...... . Summers, Selma E. .. Summers, Summers, Mary M. W. A. ...... ........ . W. L. ....... ...... . Sunderman, W. J. ............. . Sundquist, Dorothy L. ...... 120, Suppiger, E. W. ......... ..... . Sutherland, A. M. ...... . Sutherland, Margaret C. .. Sutherlln, Kathryn J. .... . Sutton, D. G. .......... . Svilow, Helen S. .... . Svoboda, G. W. ................ . Swann, F. W. ......... 107, 176, Swann, S. .....................