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TMQ l-IBVQAIQY OF wiJe vision 1 To Fovmulaie an GTQS men lil' fi 4 ""- TD f ' 39 'Ta fxfnf' A I 7-S9 XXVI V f D 1 ii x , L - fi K Sf 'S X X f',v', 3-Ll '-iii' ADIVIINISTRATICJN PRESIDENT F5 , M, A CUTTS WILLARD Prrxiflvuf DUENTQ-rg f R N I N G '81 L A B O R I There has been so much discussion in recent years of the value of a college education that I am glad to have an opportunity to put before the students of the University of Illinois this brief statement of what those of us who are charged with the administration of this institution conceive to be our responsibilities to you, to your parents, and to the public. One of the fundamental purposes of higher education is training for citizenship and public affairs. I do not mean professional or technical training for public offices-although some of you, undoubtedly, will seek careers in some branch of governmental service-but preparation for a better and more useful life which will contribute to the welfare of society and humanity. We do not want to send from this University merely excellent teachers, business men, engineers, lawyers, and so on, but men and women who will use the knowledge and training they have acquired here in such ways that the communities in which they live will be benefited, and that they will be counted among their public spirited citizens. If by precept and example you influence others, per- haps less fortunate in circumstances and education, to lead better and more useful lives, to take an active interest in civic affairs and to promote public welfare, your education at the public expense will have been fully justified. Regardless of your financial or professional achieve- ments, your lives will be successful and happy. One of the things in which we are interested for your benefit is a greater emphasis upon the cultural side of the University's work, but without lessening its prestige as a seat of technological instruction. A general and generous culture will be a tremendous help to all of you when you deal with persons of wide culture who are not in your own special line. My plea to you, then, is that you consider the value of the liberal culture which the University can impart and which I think that you, however intensive your specialization, should eagerly welcome. I would suggest, therefore, that you develop, if only for practical reasons, such a background during your University years that when you leave the University you can qualify in more than one professional field or division of knowledge. You will then be not only more adaptable spe- cialists but citizens of wider vision and more liberal impulses. Prvsirlcnl, Univcrxity of Illinois L E A R N I N G 8: L A B O R XVALTIEK W. WlI.LIAMS P irlrnl, Boanl of Truslvcx Bmuuzrr GORDON PLUMB MAYER VVIIZLAND CUNNINGHAM MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1935 On behalf of the Board of Trustees I am glad of the opportunity to extend to you greetings and to Wish for you a complete realization of the hopes which prompted you in coming to the University of Illinois. It is the responsibility of the Board of Trustees to ad- minister the affairs of the University so as to advance the welfare and reputation of the institution in every Way pos- sible. In this task, the Board needs the cooperation and support of the public, the alumni, the faculty and staff, and the entire student body. Whatever progress the Uni- versity makes or whatever good will it develops is due to a great extent to the efforts of young men and Women like yourselves, now members of the student body, who become alumni of the future. I am sure that you will not accept your part of the responsibility for the continued growth and development of our Alma Mater lightly. Prerirlrrll, Bonn! uf Trnxh'rr A R N I N G 8: L A B O R Pm-' A: IIoN. IIIQNRI' IIOIKNER Gazfcrnor of Illinois FREEMAN MORLY MEYER KARRAKER BARR Pocun Gowrrmr of lllizmix SlllIC'Y'lIIfL'lIlll?llf of Public Inxlrucliou IiIoN. HENRY HOlKNlili I'ION. JOHN A. WIELANIJ Sprifzgfelrl Sfzringficlzl OFFICERS OF THE BOARD T R U S T E E S WALTER W. WILLIAMS, Benton . . HARRISON E. CUNNINGIIAM, Urbana FRANK M. GORDON, Chicago . LLOYD MOIKEY, Urbana . GEORGE A. BARR Iolivi EDWARD E. BARRETI' La Grange NIEI.l.IlE V. FREEMAN Malfooll ELECTED MEMBERS CJRVILLE M. KAIKIKAKEIK Harrisburg OSCAR G. MAYlili Emzzlxfon KARL A. MEYIZIK Chicago PI'1'si1lc'1ll SL'L'l't'flll'j! . TI'caxI11'er Colzzjilmllcr MAIQIIE C. PLUMII Chicago HAROLD A. POGUI2 Decafur WAl,'I'ER W. XVIl.l.IAN1S BUIIHIII L E A R N I N G 84 L A B O R Page 2 5 THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEAN M1al.vlN I.. IiNr:l.n ,vs DEAN MliLv1N L. ENGER, newly appointed head of the College of Engineering, was born in Decorah, Iowa, in 1884. After studying at the University of Minnesota for a time, he came to the University of Illinois to finish his undergraduate work. On the retirement of Prof. A. N. Talbot he became head of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Hcchanics in 1929. Dean Enger has received three degrees from the University, the Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1906, the professional degree of Civil Engineering in 1911, and the Master of Science degree in 1919. He has been on the University faculty since 1907. At present he is a member of the council of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and of a number of engineering societies and fraternities, including Tau Beta Pi and Chi Epsilon. The history of the College of Engineering is as old as that of any of the Colleges in the Uni- versity, for in May 1867, at its second meeting, the Board of Trustees adopted the report of the Committee on Courses of Study and Faculty which provided for the establishment of "courses in Mechanical Science and Art, Civil Engineering, Mining Engineering and Metallurgy, and Archi- tecture and Fine Arts." Instruction in Engineering began January 1, 1870, but announcements of the curricula in Engineering were not published until 1871-72 when four curricula were offered, namely, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mining Engineering, and Architecture. Today the College of Engineering offers thirteen curricula and has a splendidly equipped Ex- periment Station which does research work in all branches of engineering. Graduate Work in engi- neering has been increasing markedly in the last few years, and the several engineering departments are developing their graduate courses as rapidly as their resources will permit. The Work of the Engineering Experiment Station, which dates from 1903, is probably unequaled anywhere in the United States. The results of the Station's many noteworthy investigations have been published to date in 268 Bulletins and 23 circulars. Page 24 A R N I N G 84 L A B O R THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES DEAN MAT'i'i-IEW T. McC1.uiu: Although points of view regarding a liberal education have changed considerably in che past century, there is a certain persistence from one generation to another of interests peculiar to the liberal college. It has been apparent that the problems arising from those interests have been taking a definite trend. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences reflects this trend in the wide variety of opportunities offered to undergraduates, whether in the so-called "humanities" or in the sciences. This College is concerned chiefly with fitting young people to meet the problems of the present age, for purpose drawing upon the intellectual and cultural as Well as the factual heritages of the past present. The College also offers approaches to various professional schools and colleges, these proaches being in the main attempts to aid the student in finding himself both professionally as an adult human being. this and ap- and At the present time, the College is working out ways of offering greater opportunities and fewer obstacles to the better student, and more help and guidance to the student who has not yet found himself. MAT'TH1EW THOMPSON McCi.uiuz, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, was born at Spottsford, Virginia, April 27, 1883. After receiving his Baehelor's degree at Wasliingtoii and Lee University in 1904, he received Il Master's degree from the University of Virginia in 1907, and 1912, a Doct'or's degree at Co- lumbia University. After teaching Philosophy at Columbia for three years, he went to Tulane University, where he became Professor of Philosophy. In 1921 he came to the University of Illinois as Associate Professor in Philosophy, became Professor of Philosophy in 1922, and in 1926 was appointed Head of the Department of Philosophy. in 1933 he was made Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and last' fall he assumed the title of Dean of the College. "' 'ifsffviii Page 2 5 THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEAN CHARLES M. THOMPSON Courses in business were first organized in 1902 under the supervision of Dr. David Kinley, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and constituted the business curriculum of that College. In 1915 the College of Commerce and Business Administration was founded as a separate unit and was located in the building which is now the east Wing of the Administration Building. The in- creased enrollment in business courses necessitated larger quarters, and in 1926 the present Com- merce Building Was dedicated. The College consists of two departments, Economics, and Business Organization and Operation, Whose primary object is to train the student in sound fundamental principles rather than in tech- nique and routine, and with special training for particular business callings. To further this end, theories rather than practices are stressed in the classroom. Students in the College of Commerce therefore are led to know the way of whatever they undertake. To this end, courses in economics, accountancy, business organization and operation, banking, commerce, transportation, public util- ities, and industry are offered in combination with courses in language and literature, the social sciences, law, mathematics, and the natural sciences. CHARLES IVIANFRED THOMPSON, '09, Dean of the College of Commerce and Director of the Bureau of Business Research, was born in Fairfield, Illinois, on No- vember 10, 1877. After securing his A.B. and A.M. degrees here in 1909 and 1910, respectively, he went to Harvard University, where he studied in 1910-11, returning to the University of Illinois in 1911. I-Ie has served continuously on the faculty of the University since that time and has been a member of the College of Commerce faculty since the organization of the College, in 1915. In 1913 he received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Illinois. He was promoted to the rank of professor in 1919 and at the same time was appointed Dean of the College of Com- merce. Eff ' I Page 26 THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ' 'Q-5, .Lih- Hlaurmar WINDSOIK Mumronn, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension Service, was born in Moscow, Michigan, February 26, 1871. He attended Albion College and re- ceived the degree of Bachelor of Science from Michigan Agricultural College, from l' l li- received the honor1ry degree of Doctor of Agriculture in 1927. He served W IIC 1 L 4 on the faculty of the same school from 1895 to 1901, when he came to the Univer- sity of Illinois as 1 professor of Animal Husbandry and Chief of the Animal Husbandry ' ' ' ' b of Experimental Stationg he became Dean in 1922. Dean Mumford was a mem er thc American Study Commission for German Agriculture in 1928, and is now a member of various scientific and agricultural organizations. A very large part of the population of Illinois lives in what may properly be called a rural en- vironment. It is the duty and privilege of the College of Agriculture to train men and women for successful achievement and citizenship 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 agri- cultural 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 Agricultural Experiment Station is constantly discovering new knowli edge which is put into teachable form for the benefit of students and farmers. L E A R'N I N G 84 L A B O R Page 27 THE CCJLLEGE OF EDUCATION THOMAS Fuor BENNER, Dean of the College of Education, was born in Danvcrs, Massachusetts, February 11, 1894. He was graduated from Harvard University in 1914 and received his degree of Doctor of Education in 1924. I-lis experience includes service as statistician and editor for the Alabama State Department of liducativun, and later, as acting dean of the College of Education of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, the chancellorship of the University of Puerto Rico, and a visiting professorship at Columbia University. Recently, Dean Benner has been on the senate committee on educational policy, and a state legislative commission which investigated vocational teaching in Illinois. On September 1, 1931, he was made Dean of the College of Education at the University. The College of Education had its origin in the creation of a chair of Pedagogics in 1893 and the selection of Dr. Frank Martin McMurry as its first occupant. The way for this action had been prepared by Charles de Garmo, Professor of Psychology, who had shown a special interest in the study of education. In 1900 there was established a Department of Education, which became the School of Education in 1907, and finally received its present title, the College of Education, in 1918. Illinois is the third state in population and has a public school system that enrolls one and a half million pupils who are taught by forty-eight thousand teachers. There has been a steady increase in the preparation of teachers for the increasingly complex demands that are made upon them. The College of Education plays a major role in the task of supplying the schools with qualified teachers, supervisors, and administrators, particularly at the junior and senior high school levels In addition to the Division of General Education, there are special curricula in Agricultural Education, Industrial Education, and Home Economics Education The laboratory Work of the Col lege of Education centers around the work of the University High School This school, limited to 250 students, offers the customary high school curricula The courses in educational practice are con ducted by the instructors of the high school in connection with their teaching E A R N I N G 84 L A B O Page 2 8 THE COLLEGE OF LAW DEAN Aruisiti' J. I'lA1iNO Legal education has had a rapid development during the last generation. In 1900 preparation for the bar through study in a lawyer's office was common. That year the Association of American Law Schools was formed. This Law School, through a representative, participated in the organization of that Association and became a charter member. The Association has had a far-reaching effect as a stimulus to the improvements of legal education throughout the United States. In 1921 the American Bar Association, in a formal resolution, adopted standards bearing on legal education and expressed the opinion that every candida.te for admission to the bar should give evidence of graduation from a law school complying with those standards. In 1923 the Council on Legal Education of that Association, acting as a standardizing agency, gave its approval to a small number of law schools. This Law School was one of the first group to be approved by the Council. During this period of transition and progress in legal education this School has advanced its standards even more rapidly than the general movement. When the School was organized in 1897 it admitted high school graduates to its courses. In 1911 the entrance requirement was increased to one year of college work, and in 1915 it was advanced to two years. In 1929 and 1931 further advances were made to the present requirements. Atmzitr JAMES I-IAitNo is serving his fourth year as Provost of the University in addition to his position of Dean of the College of Law. He was born in Holabird, South Dakota, january 30, 1889. He was graduated from Dakota Wesleyaii Uni- Al versity in 1911, and in 1927 received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from 0 the same school. Dean Harno received his Bachelor of Laws degree, Magna Cum Laude, at Yale University, in 1914. He practiced in Los Angeles until 1917, when he became Dean of Washburn College of Law in Topeka, Kansas. In 1919 he went to the University of Kansas, where he served for two years as Professor of Law. He came to the University of Illinois in 1921 as Professor of Law, and became Dean in 1922. i Page 29 , THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS DEAN Rnxronn Nzzwcomn Training in the Fine Arts was provided in the original plans made for the University by the first Regent Cpresidentj , Dr. John Milton Gregory, and early in the history of the institution, courses in drawing and architecture were offered. Music also made an early appearance, and by 1897 the School of Music had been organized as a separate educational unit. Training in Landscape Architecture was first offered by the College of Agriculture. Thus there grew up in four separate administrative divis- ions of the University the teaching faculties in Art, Architecture, Music, and Landscape Architecture. For a number of years it had been felt that the Fine Arts interests on the campus should be brought into closer relationship. This however, was not possible until the Building for Architecture and Kindred Subjects was completed in 1927. Thereafter plans for the grouping of these interests moved rapidly forward with the result that in 1931 the College of Fine and Applied Arts was estab- lished. The College offers eight professional curricula in various branches of the Fine Arts, leading to appropriate degrees. In addition to the professional curricula in the arts, the College offers oppor- tunities for students who wish to acquaint themselves with the arts from a purely cultural standpoint. Ruxrfoiui Nnwcomis, Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, has been on the Illinois faculty since 1918 when he succeeded to the teaching work of the late distinguished Dr. Nathan Clifford Ricker. Dean Newcomb's academic training was received at the Universities of Kansas and Southern California, from the latter of which he holds the Master of Arts degree. He took his professional training on the local campus and holds both the Bachelor's degree and the professional degree of Master of Architecture from Illinois. Before returning to Illinois to serve on the faculty he held professorships ar the University of Southern California and at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College. Wlieii the College of Fine and Applied Arts was organized in 1931 he was appointed its first dean. 'ii m'T'fEYlT1i1E1i1i Page 30 THE GRADUATE SCHOCL DEAN Ronnwx' D. CAIKMICIIAEL H. ROBERT DANmL CARMICHAIEL, Dean of the Graduate School, was born in Good- watcr, Alabama, March 1, 1879. I-Ie received his Bachelor's degree from Lineville College in 1898 and his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Princeton University in 1911. He came to the University of Illinois in 1915 as Assistant Professor of Mathematics, becoming Associate Professor in 1920. From 1929 to 1934 he was head of the Department of Mathematics. In 1933 he became Acting Dean of the Graduate School, and Dean in 1934. I'Ie has published a few hundred articles on Mathematical, scientific, and philosophical subjects, and is the author of several volumes on these subjects. Two of his mathematical books have been republished in French translataions. Graduate study began at the University of Illinois when its doors were first opened for instruc- tion in 1868 with a faculty of four members and about fifty students. But the name "Graduate Schooli' 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. In such work there is a close cooperation and fel- lowship between the instructor and the student and both are looking toward the enrichment of human experience through the increase of precise knowledge. The student who pursues an extended course is expected to obtain a wide knowledge of his subject and of related fields of investigation and to ac- quire and to begin to use the power of extending the range of what is known. The Graduate School student body last year represented every state in the Union, twelve foreign countries, and two hundred and seventy-one universities and colleges. Three hundred and twenty-six Masters', ninety-four Doctors', and five professional degrees in engineering were conferred. E:ARN1NG8.LABOR THE LIBRARY AND THE ' LIBRARY SCHOOL lllnuarzrou Pi-uNl:As L. WINDSOR PHINISAS LAWRENQE WINDSOR, Director of the University Library and the Library School, has completed twenty six years of library work at the University, having left the University of Texas, where he was Librarian for six years, to accept his present position in 1909. He was born on February 21, 1871, at Chenoa, Illinois, was graduated from Northwestern University in 1895, and studied at the New York State Library School from 1897 to 1899. On leaving there he began his active work as assistant in the New York State Library, but changed to the copyright office of the Library of Congress in 1900. Since being at the University of Illinois he has served on the council of the American Library Association and has belonged to the Bibliographic Society of America. The University Library, through the General Library and its branches, provides the books needed by students for required reading for class work, it provides books for much of the students' general reading, such as those in the Browsing Room, it 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 requ1red,1t borrows more than S00 books a year from li braries in other parts of the country, and buys from European libraries photographic copies of a few manuscripts and rare books that are too expensive to purchase It loans to other libraries in this coun try about 1500 volumes a year for the use of research workers The Library School admits only college graduates The instruction in the first year covers tions in library service In the second year, administered by the Graduate School, historical and comparative methods are emphasized, new subjects and research methods are introduced to prepare the student for responsible positions in university and research libraries where bibliographic exactness IS required Page 3 2 methods and practice in library work, students who complete this year of work are prepared for posi- L E A R N I N G 8: L A B O R THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM D:1uac1'ou LAxvlu3Nz:12 W. Mullin-IY Classroom study of journalism at the University of Illinois has been continuous since 1902, the year in which Dr. Frank W. Scott, Professor 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 yearsthat followed, a series of courses and a pre-professional curriculum were developed. The professional 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 journal- ism. This year the School of Journalism, now one of the largest in the United States, took steps to cur- tail the size of its graduating classes in the interests of higher standards and better conditions among the alumni who are practicing on newspapers. The old rule permitting students to graduate with a "poor plus" average gave way to one calling for a fair average or better. This new regulation, which goes into effect next year, places the Illinois School among the leaders in the exacting character of its requirements as well as in size, facilities, and faculty strength. The fi ' ' of the resent year are divided among the three curricula of seventy seniors and seventy- ve juniors p the School leading to general newspaper work, specialized practice, and advertising and management. LAWRENCE WILLIAM MURPHY, Director of the School of journalism, was born in Madison, Wisconsin, October 18, 1895. He was graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of journalism in 1921 and from the University of North l Dakota in 1923, later pursuing advanced graduate work at the University of Illinois. He began his newspaper work as a cub reporter in 1916 and has maintained con- thc press since that time. In 1933 the degree of Doctor of Letters on him by Marquette University. Professor Murphy became a member faculty in 1924 and a year later was placed at the head of the courses . In 1927 he was appointed Acting Director of the School and in nections with was conferred of the Illinois in journalism 1929 Director. THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dnu:t"roa GIIOIKGE A. I-Iurftf The School of Physical Education, now rounding out its third year, is a reorganization of the Department of Physical Welfare. It is composed of three departments, Health Service, Physical Edu- cation for Wfomen, and Physical Education for Men. The Department of Health gives a thorough examination to each student upon entrance, and for those whose physical condition is not good these examinations are repeated at frequent intervals. Ex- aminations are also given for all candidates for the various athletic teams. The department also co- operates with the state and city authorities in the control of contagious diseases, and has charge of campus sanitation. The Department of Physical Education for Women has four main divisions: The required work for freshmen and sophomores, the professional courses for those who desire to major in physical edu- cation, faculty recreation, and intramural sport. The Department of Physical Education for Men has many subdivisions: The four-year profes- sional course in physical education, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science, the required work for freshmen and sophomores, intramural athletics, faculty recreation, and intercollegiate athletics. l 4 Glzonclz A. Huw, '92, Director of thc School of Physical Iiducation, was born june 11, 1872, in Champaign. As an undergraduate at the University of Illinois from 1889 to 1893 he played on the football and baseball teams. l'Ie attended Dartmouth College in 1893-94, after which he returned to the University in 1895 as the Assistant Director of Athletics and Coach of the athletic teams, becoming Director of Athletics in 1901. He coached the baseball team for 24 years, winning eleven championships anti tying for one other. He was made Director of Physical Welfare in 1924, and in 1932 advanced to his present position. "G" Huff saw lwu of his great dreams come true with the erection of the new Memorial Stadium in 1922, and the University Ice Rink in 1930. THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY sv. FIUEDEIUCK Bocun Novus, Dean of the College of Dentistry, was born in Chicago on August 22, 1872. He was graduated from Beloit Academy in 1889, received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from johns 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 received the diploma of the Angle School f Orthodontia in 1908, and since then has limited his practice to orthodontia. 0 From 1896 to 1913 Dr. Noyes was professor of Histology at Northwestern 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 is making every effort to develop men with both professional and technical training to supply occupants for positions in hospitals and medical schools, where the need is for men who can approach intelligently the large problems in these fields. To this end the en- trance requirements have been increased to sixty hours, and the dental curriculum now includes more courses in medicine, so that the graduate in dentistry is now equipped to act as a consultant in prob- lems which involve both medicine and dentistry. The College has offered a graduate course in ortho- dontia leading to the degree of Master of Science since 1922. The course has now been so reorganized and extended that it prepares the student not only for research and teaching, but for the practice of orthodontia as a specialty. These afford an attractive field of investigation to the student who Wants to Work in a field where the unknown and the unexplored offer endless possibilities for research The College of Dentistry is located in the clinical center of Chicago, opposite Cook Count. Hos- pital, in two buildings both of which have ample space for laboratories, operating rooms for the sev- eral clinics, amphitheaters for general assemblies, classes and student activities, recitation rooms and recreation rooms for women and for men. ' E A R N I N G 8: L A B O Page 3 5 l THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE DEAN Davin 1. Dfxvis I DAVID JOHN DAVIS, Dean of the College of Medicine, was born in Racine, Wis- consin, on August 10, 1875, and studied first at the Racine Academy. In 1898 he received his B. S. degree from the University of Wisconsin, and in 1903, his M. D. degree from Rush Medical College, in Chicago. He also studied at the Universities of Vienna and Freiberg. From 1904 to 1905 he was a research student in the McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases. He served for two years in the capacity of Pathologist at St. Lultc's Hospital, until he came to the University in 1913, as Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology. I-Ie began serving as Acting Dean in April, 1925, and in September of the same year, he was made Dean of the College. Last year Was the Golden Anniversary of the College of Medicine. In 1883 the first class was graduated from the old college of Physicians and Surgeons organized in 1881 by a representative and forceful group of physicians in Chicago. It rapidly became one of the important colleges in the Cen- tral West having on its faculty such well known men as J. B. Murphy, D. A. K. Steele, A. J. Ochsner, Christian Fenger, Nicholas Senn, and Doctor Quine. During the general reorganization of Medical Colleges that began in the nineties the College be- came affiliated with the University of Illinois and in 1913 became an integral part of it through the generous donation of the stock investment by the owners, most of Whom were prominent doctors on the faculty. Since that time, the standards of education and the entrance requirements have been raised from time to time. For many years now the number of applications for admission have greatly exceeded the capacity of the institution and the needs of the profession, in spite of the high requirements. A long waiting list has been created, made up of young men and Women specially qualified by rigid premed- ical training and all with scholastic averages considerably better than those of the upper half of their college and university classes. L E A R N I N G 84 L A B O R Page 3 6 THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY DEAN WI1.L1AM B. DAY The College of Pharmacy, the oldest Chicago department of the University, was founded in 185 9 by a group of prominent pharmacists of Chicago who associated themselves together for scientific purposes and mutual improvement. The objects of the society were declared to be "cultivating, im- proving, and making known a knowledge of pharmacy, its collateral branches of science and the best modes of preparing medicines and giving instructions in the same by public lectures." Early activities of the College included the formulating of a code of ethics for pharmacies, the establishment of a pharmaceutical library and museum and the publication of the first pharmaceutical journal in the West. This journal, known as "The Pharmacist," was established in 1868 and its publication was con- tinued for eighteen years. In the early days the College occupied leased quarters near the business cen- ter of Chicago, but in 1916 the University purchased for its use the property that it now occupies. The chief aim of the College is to prepare young men and women for the practice of pharmacy as retail pharmacists or for positions in pharmaceutical laboratories. Its Alumni, now numbering over 3,S00, are largely engaged in retail pharmacy, and not a few are practicing as pharmaceutical chemists, hospital pharmacists and manufacturing pharmacists. WILLIAM BAKER DAY, Dean of the College of Pharmacy, is entering on his forty-third year of service to the College and his thirty-ninth year in the University. He was born in Peru, Illinois, February 15, 1871. After being graduated from the Chicago College of Pharmacy in 1892 with a Ph. G. degree, he became an instructor in the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy. In 1898 he was made Professor of Histological Botany, and Professor of Botany and Materia Medica in 1913. The following year he became Acting Dean of the College, and served in this capacity until 1919, when he became Dean of the College of Pharmacy. In 1917 the honorary degree of Pharm. M. was bestowed upon him by the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Pusf 37 L E A R N THE DIVISION or UNIVERSITY p EXTENSION lJlliliC'1'011 Rouewr B. Bnowmz RO111i1K'l' lil:l.L liltowmi, was appointed Acting Director of the Division of University lixtension at the time of its inauguration in 1933. Last year he was made Director of this Division. He was born in Oshkosh, Wiscoiasilx on july IS, 1894. He entered the University of Illinois, after graduation from the Southern Illinois State Teachers College, but his schooling was interrupted by Service in the United States army, and he was graduated with the class of 1922. For a number of years he was a high school principal and city school superintendent, and in 1929 returned to the University as an instructor in Education. He also received his degree of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy at the University. The Division of University Extension is one of the means by which the University expands the sphere of its influence. The Division makes possible the creation of a state-Wide campus. It enables stu- dents Whose circumstances prevent the pursuit of studies in residence to continue in a somewhat sys- tematic fashion their efforts for self-improvement. The Division administers courses that are taught by correspondence. This is a method of study whose usefulness and effectiveness had been demonstrated over a period of years, since it has been practiced at other colleges and universities for many years, and is a type of study that attracts a rela- tively high proportion of superior students. The reception of the University's correspondence offer- ings has been favorable and the Work of the division is expanding steadily. The Division was approved by the Board of Trustees, in October 1933, after a thorough con- sideration of the work by the University Senate Committee on Educational Pollcy The extenslon ser ber of high school graduates, who because of economic cond1t1ons were unable to enter a college or un1vers1ty last fall have had, through th1S extension service, the opportunity of Contlrlulng thelr edu cation I vice was started at this time to increase the University's educational service to the state. A large num- L I , G I I I . " Page 38 I N G 8: L A B O R ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY ALBERT J. I'IARNO ALBERT J. I-IARNO, B.S., LL.B., LL.D. . Prouosl GEORGE P. TUTTLE, B.S. . . Rcgixlrar LLOYD MOIXEY, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A. . . Comjzfrollvr ARTHUR W. CLEVENGER, A.M. . . High School Visiior HAIKIKISON CUNNINGHAM, A.B. . Director of Uniwrsity Prvss KIOSEL' F. WlKIGl'l'I', A.B., M.P.-I. . Dirccfor of Sfaliozi WILL . . . . . . . and Direcfor of Public Infornmlion GEORGE A. I-Iumf, B.S. . . Dircclpr of Physical W1-lfnn' CHARLES S. HAVENS, M.S. . . Director of Physical Plant Dvparlrwizl f 3 Tu'rTLE NIORIEY CLEVIENGIER HUEF WRIGIIT CUNNINGHAM HAVENS THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF WOMEN Ever since her student days Miss Leonard haslbeen interested in the work of dean of women. She was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and received her high school education there. After graduation from Butler College, she continued her graduate work in Colorado College from which institution she was graduated with the degree of Master of Arts in 1910. Miss Leonard was Dean of Women and Professor of Mathematics at Idaho State Normal, in Albion, Idaho, from 1910 to 1912. She left Idaho to become Dean of Women and Professor of Mathe- matics at Coe College, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she served from 1912 to 1923. In 1923 , she closed her career at Coe and came to the University as Dean of Women. In 1924 Miss l Leonard founded the national scholastic honornr for freshmen women, Alpha Lambda Delta. Y DEAN MARIA LEONARD University life means more than "just going to school,', reciting daily lessons, accumulating 130 credits for eight semesters. These four years are the time for developing body, mind, and heart whereby each individual may reach his best self-realization by receiving enough intellectual momentum and stimulus to carry him on to finer, stronger achievements in life. To accomplish these things students must be happy in com- fortable sanitary surroundings. To maintain these standards in the campus homes is one keen interest of the Dean's office. Also, in students' group life and in their play as well as their Work their contacts must be strengthened for them. In the various campus interests the student often needs personal coun- sel as there is hardly a student need that dces not find its Way to the Dean's desk. This help the Dean of Women, Miss Maria Leonard, and her assiztants, Miss Irene Pierson and Miss Lora Deere, seek to give through friendliness and service to the hundreds of students, parents and visitors to the ofhce, who may call any hour of the school day to discuss with Dean Leonard and her assistants personal or group needs. The Dean also directs some of the problems of employment for the Women on campus, making direct contact 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 the co-operative houses. .5 5 i c Pnzixsois: Drseruz L E A R N I N G 84 L A B O R Page 40 THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN . OF MEN Iflilill Haltorn TultNmt, Dean of Men, was born at Hume, Illinois, on March 22, 1900. Upon graduation from the University of Illinois in 1922, he was made assistant to Thomas Arkle Clark, Dean of Men. In 1931, he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in education, and his thesis is considered one of the most authoritative accounts ever made of the Illinois Industrial University. In the same year he was made acting dean, and in 1932 he assumed the full title of Dean of Men. He is very active in student organizations about the campus and member of both the Illini Board of Control and the Illinois Union Board of Directors. In recent years several of Dean Turner's surveys of student life at the University have been published in current magazines DEAN FRIED H. TURNER The Office of the Dean of Men is a service organization for the men of the University. It was created by the late Thomas Arkle Clark, the first Dean of Men of any university, in 1902, for the pur- pose of bringing about closer relations between the students and the University Authorities. At this time Dean Clark's title was Dean of Undergraduates, but in 1909 was changed to Dean of Men. Originally the function of the Dean was to act as an aid to the President in student affairs. Grad- ually, however, the functions of the office have widened and now include interests in every phase of undergraduate life. The present staff is made up of the Dean of Men, Dr. Fred H. Turner, Mr. Charles R. Frederick, Assistant Dean of Men in Charge of Student Organizations and Activities, Mr. David M. Larrabee, As- sistant to the Dean of Men for Freshmen and Foreign Students, and Mr. Dwight F. Bracken, Assist- tant Dean of Men and Director of the University Bureau of Employment. The functions of these men are apparent from their titles. The office is organized and operated so that staff members are available at all times for men who need their assistance. A great many specific functions are handled in the office and in addition, the office serves as a clearing house for an- swering questions of undergraduate men, and to aid them to use their time most effectively and effi- ciently. 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 dur- ing the college year, and full-time employment during the summer. This bureau affords a central clear- ing point for all employment. l l QQ, QS'-L. IIIKEDEIIICK BRACKEN LARRABIQI5 LEARNING8fLABOR Page .1 1 ., !,', Q52 Q gears oF ac eneJ the Four lags: S E N I C R THE CLASS OF 1935 I R. LAWRENCE BALL President, First Scmextcr AUIIREY O. COOKMAN . Vice-Prcxizlcut, Firsl Semester R, LAWRENCE BALL VINCENT J, VAN METER President, Firsl Scmeslcr Prcxirlcnl, Second SI-mcxlcr VINCENT J. VAN METER . Prcsidcnl, Second Semeslcr GAIXDNER W. HIEIDIKICK . Vice-Pruxizlwzl, Sccoml Semcsler Senior Ball Comrnillee GUY D. REED . . General Chairman ROBERT J. SINDIZLAR . Co-Chairman HARRY VOSHALL . Co-Chairman VIRGINIA E. RECII GIENEVIEVE S. ANDERSON WOODROW F. BOERE ROBERT B. BoRCHERs IRENE V. BROMLEY CHRIs W. CI-Imucos MARY C. CODY VERNON M. ECKERT 0 ROBERT L. FABER FRENCH L. FRAKER MAX W. GOODMAN KATHRYN M. GRAHAM F. Ross HILES ALEXANDER E. LAWSON . . Womcifs Chairman MARY A. MCINTYRE GRACE MEIER JOSEPH A. MIRSAR REXFORD NEWCOMB, JR. ELMO B. PAYNE JOSEPHINE M. RUTELONIS HOWARD E. SEARS FLQYD A. SINGLETON JAMES C. SKORCZ ROBERT G. WIESE ROBERT A. WYNES WARREN G..YoUNcREN Clan Day Cofnmitice ARTHUR J. KATZ . CLARENCE E. PARTEE JEAN S. CABEEN MARVIN S. COHN MAR1'HA B. DEAN ROBERT W. GRIM SUNNY KENNEDY WILLIAM S. MCKOWN LEOTA M. MANSEERCER Co-Chairman . . . . Co -Chairman MILTON MUMEORD CHARLES S. PUNTNEY JAMES P. SI-IAMBAUCI-I GEORGE L. STAUDT HERBERT C. ZILLY TI-IIfonoRE H. ZIMMERMAN Cap and Gown Commillce LAWSON H. FLANAGAN .... Chairman ELBERTA J. ALEXANDER GUY D. REED ROBERT E' ALLEN HELEN STANTON FLOYD D. CERF WILLIAM M. DDRMAN MARJOME C' STEELE GEORGE L. LAKAFF DOROTHY L. SUNDQUIST DDPPDDPDDD?PDDDDDDDDPPDP DDDDD7 Page 44 CHRIS W. CHIBUCOS MOUNTFORT H. SMITH RUSSELL M. PERsHELL Senior Invitations Committee Senior Informal Commillce RICHARD D. TURNER MARY ALICE ARNOLD BARTON A. CUMMINGS JOHN C. DEWOLFE, JR. MAURICE R. EASTIN FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND LAWSON H. FLANAGAN FILLMORE W. GALATY JANE N. GINGERY KATHERINE L. HOWELL CLARENCE H. KAVANAGH C. KENT LEEIAER FRANK R. MERCER MOUNTFORT H. SMITH . . . . Chairman ALVIN H. BERNDT PHYLLIS E. MoNIc STANLEY H. B YLE 0 RUTH M. POWNALL BARTON A. CuMMINCs MARGARET M. SNIDER BENJAMIN A. LERNER WALTER W. LINDER ANNETTE M. WOLFRAM THE CLASS OF 1935 Smior Mvmorial Commitlcc RUSSELL M. PERsHELL CHRIS W. CHIIIUCOS CHARLOTTE J. BLAIR KENNETH N. BOLEY ROBERT B. BORCHERS DAVID W. CHASE MARY C. CODY' ROBERT L. FABER PAUL F. FICNERSKI LOUIS H. GOEDEL JOHN P. HANAFIN HELEN J. HARMAN PAUL J. KAMINSKI MARY ALICE MCINTYRE Chairman PHYLLIS E. MoNR FRANCIS H. MUNs GRACE G. PRESLER ROBERT C. REINHARDT BETTY J. SMITH MARY C. SMITH CLARENCE E. SoDERsTRoM HELEN STANTON SIDNEY T. TRAPPIE MARIE L. WALLING ANNETTE M. WOLFRAM WARREN G. YOUNGREN . Co-Cbairma1I . . . Co-Chairman JoHN C. MAULDING CHARLES O. OLSON CLARENCE E. PARTEE ROIIERT B. PORTER GUY D. REED ELMER W. RUHNOW RoIIERT J. SINDELAR CHARLOTTE M. SMITH C. FRANCES VANCE .JULIAN P. WILAMOSKI HERBERT C. 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V Xb. gb I X Mx!!-F Rgslxv 5 A A K xx ' MINAW' ' , ' ti" . -.I .f -WT ' ' ZW fx 'Vx V, 5 ' ll ff qs zafxfv -1 Q' SL ,I I 1- if , 1 ' tl I it-4' 1 . .4- Xxw Y 491-- A, Jim- an'- 5! 0- s'v ' 51 ft M A 2 xx C0157 x 4 XX' lj, ,0l4.,1, Z KKKCKCKCKKCKCCKCCKKK4444444444KCCCCK44 Page 4 7 SAMUEL X. AIIARIJANEI. jersey City, N. I. JOURNALISM News anrl Eflilorial Sigma Delta Chi, Pi Sigma Phi, TlIe Daily Illini 12, 3, 41, Axe-Grinders Ball Com- mittee 141 Cornell University GEORGE ELIAs ABRAHAM W jackson, Ohio PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Theta Epsilon, Tribe of Illini, Fresh- man Varsity Football Squad, Varsity Foot- ball Squad 13, 41, Letter 121 GENEVIEVE MARTA ADRAMS ,.., Champaign EDUCATION Hisiory Terrapin, W.A.A., Hockey 131, Basketball 13, 41 Crane junior College RIZAL DDNALIID AIIRINA ,,.,,..,....,, . ,...,,, ., .... . Sanrhez Mira, Cagayan, Philippine Islands CIVIL ENGINEERING Cosmopolitan Club Wrestling 12, 31, Philippine-Illini Club Crane Junior College HOWAIXIJ Gooo ACKER .,,,. Brooklyn, N. Y. COMMERCE Accounlanfy Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Mask and Bauble, Pierrots, The Daily Illini 11, 21, Co-Chairman Production Committee Illinois Union Homecoming Stunt Show 141 Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 JoI-IN WOODROW ACKER ....,........... Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Theta Upsilon Omega A.S.C.E., Captain, University Brigade 141 HARVEY HEATH ACTON ................... Urbana COMMERCE Comnlcrce anal Law Phi Delta Theta Phi Eta Sigma, Band of X, Scabbard and Blade, The Daily Illini 11, 2, 31, Editor "I" Book 131, Major, University Brigade 141, Board of Directors, Y.M.C.A. 12, 31, Board of Directors, Student Alumni Asso- ciation 12, 31, Caisson Club, Accountancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 ALFRED O'flS ADAMS .................,.,, Eldorado PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tribe of Illini, Tomahawk, Varsity Football Squad 12, 3, 413 Varsity Track Letter 12, 31 THE ILLIO ISAIIEL LARsEI-IA ADAMS ,,...... . ......,., Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND ScIIzNcEs Hislory Loki Alpha Kappa Delta, Le Cercle Francais, Der Deutsche Verein, Chairman Awards Committee, W.G.S. Honors Day 131 University of Chicago Lois JANE ADAMS ,.......,...,....,.. ..I,,.. I oliet EDUCATION English Chi Omega Joliet Junior College DRUSII.I.A ADEN v...,... ......,....,.,. . ,Pclershurg LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Pi Beta Phi Gold Feathers Lindenwood College DORO'l'lIY ELIZABETH AHLERING ...Danville EDUCATION i English Phi Mu Illinois State Normal University JUANITA EDNA AIILF .................. Nashville EDUCATION Art Theta Upsilon Le Cercle Francais MacMurray College ROSEMARY ALLEN .....,............. Chamimign EDUCATION English Theta Upsilon Orange and Blue Feathers W, CARL ALLEN ,.,,,.,..................., Cenlralia COMMERCE General Business Delta Phi Sigma Iota Epsilon LEROY ELMER ALI.IsoN ..... . Mason City COMMERCE Banking and Finance Delta AlplIa Epsilon Illinois Wesleyan University OF ILLINOIS Page 48 OF 1935 RICHARD ALLYN ......,......,,..........,.. ,,Wnw'rly LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Mcilics Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Beta Kappag Sigma Xig Phi Eta Sigmag Omega Beta Pig Gymnasticag Senior Inter- SQholastic Manager, Athletic Council 141: FH'St Regimental Band 12, 3, 419 Le Cercle Francais, Intcrfratcrnity Council 141 Honors Day 11, 2, 319 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 131 CANDHLARIO MATA ALMIENDRAS ....,,.,.,. C. 4--- ..... D anno, Cebu, Philippine Ixlilmls LIDERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club A. I. C. E. Purdue University JEAN BAIRD ALMY ,l.,.,.,...,.....v.. Georgetown IJBIEIRAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Bucferiology Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 131 PAUL AI.IiXANl1Iilk AI.'I'IIzII . ......,, Chicago CoMIvIERCE Coninlercv ami Law Delta Phi Alpha Accountancy Club, Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squad CUI10 junior College LOUIS FRENCII ALYEA ,,... ,,,,,.. Chicago COMMERCE Commerce nm! Law Ifhi Eta Sigmag Scabbard and Bladeg Var- ml' P010 Squad 121, Letter 13, 413 Polo ASSociation, Cavalry Officers Clubg Mili- ti"'Y Ball Committee 1415 Military Council Ml? Captain, University Brigade 141 G'-'ENN CHARLES AMES .,.,. .. ,,rr.. Freeport LIDERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Sigma Phi Epsilon Cavalry Officers Club, First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 MENZIE WllfDER AMMON ,,.,, ......... C armi AGRICULTURE Allahu Gamma Rho Illinois Agriculturist 12, 3, 413 Agricul- lufill Clubg Hoof and Horn Club HAROLD LOUIS ANDERSEN ............. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Eco no mic: Chi Phi V3fSity Wrestling Squad 13, 41, Varsity Swimming Squad 121g Concert Band 121 pw 49 ARTHUR JoIIN ANDERSON ...I...,.... Chicago EDUCATION Inilnslrial Arfs Crane Junior College CI,ARENtZli MALCOLM ANDERSON ,,,..,...... Glen Ellyn COMMERCE Banking and Finance Acacia Accountancy Club Elmhurst College CENEVIEVE SARAH ANDERSON. ..., Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Botany Torchg Gold Fcathersg Terraping Life Sav- ing Clubg ,Junior Council, WomaII's League 1315 Gregorian Literary Societyg Rifle Team 11, 2, 315 Telegraphic Swimming Team 1315 TlIe Daily Illini 1215 The Siren 1215 Mi-Hila Ball Committee 1213 Mothers' Day Committee 1315 Production Manager, Homecoming Stunt Show 1315 Production Staff, Union Minstrel Show 131, "Yellow Jacket" 131 HELEN ELVIIKA ANDERSON ,,,,,c.. ., , Chicago EDUCATION English Crane Junior Collegeg Chicago Normal College LOWELL BROWN ANDERsoN ,,.. Chicago MIECHANICAL ENGINEERING Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Men'S Glee Club 121 MARGARET ANDERSON ,..,,,,,..,... Mr. Vernon AGRICULTURE Home Economic: Phi Upsilon Omicron Southern Illinois State Normal University ALICE JACQUIETTE ADI-ELL ........,..,..... Peoria LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Delta Zeta Sigma Delta Pig Pi Delta Phig Le Cercle Francais Bradley Polyteclmic Insrituteg Grand Rapids Junior College VICTORIA BELLE APPLE ...,,,,,,,.,. East Alton EDUCATION English Bethany Circle Illini Theatre Guild 131 Shurtlcff College Q. .. sl .-i s Iii Q an ,- x -4- x .I ' "-63' ' ':l'p.f5!.'l. if 1 S-'fa , JEAN ARMSTRONG ....,.......,... River Forest LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Delta Phi University of California at Los Angeles JOHN BARR ARMSTRONG ,......,.,..... Pontiac LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Political Science El Circulo Literario de Espanol MARY ALICE ARNOLD ,,,,,.,,,...., .. Robinson LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Chi Omega Shi-Ai George Wasliingtoii University MARY KATHLEEN ARNOLD Sun Diego, Cul. EDUCATION English Kappa Alpha Theta San Diego State Teachers College FRED COURTNEY ARTHUR ., Similar LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Beta Theta Pi Phi Beta Kappag Sachcmg Phi Eta Sigmag The Illio Cl, 2, 315 Concert Band fl, 21 Honors Day fl, 2, 313 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key Q31 MARGARET FRANCES ASRREN ,..,....., Dclavan LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Delta Gamma Mortar Boardg Phi Beta Kappag Torch: Alpha Lambda Deltag Woman'S Business Manager, The Daily Illini 1415 The Daily Illini 41, 2, sp JAMES THOMAS ATKlNSON,.,.,,. ..,. .Findlay LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemislry Chi Beta ARTHUR O. A1'WOOD ,,,,,,., Randolph, Kan. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Kansas State Agricultural College SITY OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO EMMA AUER ,.,.,,,...........,..,.. V,.,, ,,,, , D ecatur JOURNALISM News and Edilorial Delta Delta Delta The Siren C41 James Milliltin University LEAH ALICE AUGUR ,,.,.,i.,. ., MI. Auburn EDUCATION Mathematics Gold Feathersg W. A. A., Hockey 12, 313 Basketball fl, 2, 313 Baseball Cl, 2, 31 MARY MARTHA AvEY ..,Ys. Clrvelaml, Ohio JOURNALISM Adveriising and Publishing Alpha Chi Omega Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathers: Orchesisg Illustrators NVestern Reserve University WILLIAM J. BACHMAN ,.., ..,Harnnmml, lml. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architecture CHARLOTTE THEODORA BAER .... La Grange LIBERAL AR'rS AND SCIENCES English Gregorian Literary Society: Gold Feathcrsg Orange and Blue Feathersg Cast, "French Heels" Q21 University of Chicago TEB WELLING BAER .................,..... Chicagv LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Zeta Beta Tau First' Lieutenant, University Brigade C41 KENNETH DILLON BAILEY ,cc..,...,. Danville AGRICULTURE Pershing Riflesg Freshman Varsity Football Squads Varsity Football Squad U, 41: Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade 4415 Cavalry Club EUNICE ELEANOR BAKER .........,....... Welflrm LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Home Economics Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day fl, 21 Page 50 OF 1935 MARGUERITE WILMA BAKER ,,........, Chicago AGRICULTURE Home Economirx Beta Sigma Omicron THOMAS MINARD BAKER .,,,,,,,................. -t -V ,..,,,,,, .,,..,,,. ...... M i vbigan Cily, Iml. COMMERCE Commerce and Law Delta Kappa Epsilon Skull and Crescentg Alpha Tau Sigmag Baseball Manager 1225 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 142 EVELYN MILDRED BAKKE ...., Highland Park PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Xi Delta Soccer 1325 Volleyball 132 University of Wisconsin, Lake Forest College Roscoe LAWRENCE BALL, JR. ,.,, Wenona LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Sigma Nug Phi Delta Phi TU-Masq Student' Senate 142g The Daily Illini 1125 President, Senior Classg Student Alumni Association 1325 Illinois Union Clbinet 1325 Chairman, Senior Jacket Com- mittee 142 3 Junior Prom Committeeg Home- C0ming Committee 1225 Dads' Day Com- mittee 1225 Mothers' Day Committee 1225 Stnior Informal Committee, Interfraternity Council 11.49 GENEVA LORKAINE BARKER, .,.. ,Boudville EDUCATION Geography HENRIETTA ELAINE BARLOW ......- ....----fA- . ..., ,,,,w4, ,,,4 w4'4,,,,-,,,,,4,,,,v L e a Ifenworlh, lxzm. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Epsilon Phi The Daily Illini 122 Ward Belmont School .IULIA ELLEN BARNETT H Bridgeport PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega W- A. A., Orchesis Stephens College IKWIN BARNOFSKY , ,,,.. ,t,. .,,.. C M6030 PI-IYSICAL EDUCATION Varsity Basketball Squad 12, 32 Page 5 1 ITKANKIIS MAli'fIN BARON . L Cbirago IIINE AND Al'l'l.lI2ll ARTS Arrbil1'I'l1II'ul lillgilll'1'l'ill'Q Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Eta Sigmng Gargoyle I'IARlKIE'l"l' LOUISE BAl!RE'I"l' ,,,, ,,,,,, .,.. . ,, ,,,,, , . ,,,,, . Arliuglon I-Ia-igbli LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES I I mm' lir'oIIomic'x Corina Orange and Blue Feathers, Anonian Literary Societyg Home Economics Club, Cast, "But- ter and Egg Man" 1225 Production Staff, "1 l'agliacci" 132, "Gold In The Hills" 132, "Good Morning, Dearic" 132, "Hit the Deck" 132, "You Never Can Tell" 132 CI-IARLES RILEY BARRICK ,,,, . ..... ..,, U rbaua llLliC'l'lllCAI. ENGINEERING PAUL LATRELL BARRICK ,,,, L Urbamr l.lneRAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Cbcmivul E!1,gflIt'l'VflIg Phi Lambda Upsilon Honors Day 11, 2, 325 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 132 ROBERT GILMOIKE BARRICIQ L .. , mjoliel LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES l're-Mezlicx Alpha Kappa Deltag Cast, "You Never Can Tell" 132, "The Mad Hopes" 142 Joliet Junior College -IOHN HENRY BARTH , ,, 3 Urlmmr COMMERCE C0l!lllll'fl't' and Law Psi Upsilon Skull and Crescent: Tu-Masq lireslimnn Var- sity Trnclt Squad: Varsity Track Squad 12- 42 SALIUIQI. NORLAND BARTH Cbil'II,QIJ LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES l'n--I.:-gal Alpha Epsilon Pi Nu Beta Epsilon Crane junior College l'Ilil.EN l.OUISli BAR'I'LE'r'r , ,.,, . Cbirago l.IIIIaRAI, ARTS AND SCIENCES Hixlory Kappa Delta Orange and Blue lieathersg lil Circulo Liter- ario dc Espanolg Production Staff, "Beyond the Horizon" 1323 Pan-Hellenic Council C42 X .' ' YB si- 'Z D F . 4' Jill 'G 'N I lx I lflill hllll ' 1,1 'W ' II ly I 1 All I ' "lf, c'Q'i1fi "1 in 'Y-1 ogg: i 5' ess: WI Q 3 vf A if "Hi vw . s HERBERT METHVEN BARTON ........... Sulilf-lla COMMERCE Accozmlancy Accountancy Club Illinois State Normal University CHARLES ROOSEVELT BASII ,,V,,,,v Chamlurign COMMERCE ACt'0llllflIlIL'y Accountancy Club C3, 4D MARGARET EDWINA BATES .,.V .,,,... . .Ozuumwo FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music Locke Manor Sigma Alpha Iotag Won1en's Glen Club C3, 4Jg University Chorus C4Jg Cast, "The Mikado" C31 MaeMurray College VVALTIER RAYMOND BATES ......v..v..,., Quincy JOURNALISM News aml Erlilorial Sigma Delta Chi Quincy College FREDERICK TAYLOR BATTIZY ......, LaGrz11Ige CIVIL ENGINEERING Triangle The Illio fl, 2Jg Junior Prom Committeeg A. S. C. E.g Interfraternity Council 43, 42 CHARLO'f'I'E BAUER .v.,.. ....,. .............. C b ivago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Malin-'matics Rockford College for Womeng North- western University DOROTHY JUNE BAUGHMAN ........... Dccafur LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Le Cercle Francais MacMurray College RUTH BAUGIIMAN ,................... . .... Matioon LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Cbemislry Phi Omega Pi Stephens College THE ILLIO JOHN WILLIAM BAUR .................... Chicago NIIECIIANICAL ENGINEERING Phi Sigma Kappa Theta Taug Pi Tau Sigmag A. S., M. E. PARKER REYNOLDS BEAMER .. W Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Medic: Adelphic National Literary Fraternityg Omega Beta Pig Alpha Tau Sigmag Inter- Literary Council University of Louisville MELVILLE WHITNEL BEARDSLEY ............. . Cily, Mo. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Phi Delta Theta Phi Eta Sigmag Rifle Team CZ, 3, 4Jg Major, University Brigade C41 Honors Day fl, 21 JANE ELIZABETH BECK ................... Otfawu LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Alpha Chi Omega La Salle-Peru Junior College LOUIS ERNEST BECRMAN, JR ........, Kankakee LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal , Theta Chig Phi Delta Phi Scabbard and Bladeg Student Senate Q-Us Alpha Tau Sigmag The Illio QI, 2, 3,5 Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Freshman Varsity Tennis Squadg Captain, University Brigade Q4-Jg Military Councilg Chairman, Dance Supervision Committee Q4J5 Chair- man, Intcrfratcrnity Disciplinary Commit- tee C43 ROBERT HERMAN BECKMAN ,..s... Naperville COMMERCE Industrial Adminixlralion Sigma Nu North Central College JOSEPH HENRY BELAIR .................. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Sigma Phi Tu-Masg The Daily Illini fl, 2, JJQ Inter- fratcrnity Council Q41 WILLIAM JOHN BENGEL .............. Springfield LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta The Illio fljg A. I. C. E. I OF ILLINOIS Page 52 OF 1935 MILFORD JAMES BENHAM ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,Y Manigym LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES I Malhematics Scimitarg V31-sity Fencing Squad U' 4, ALLEN ROBERT BENNETT ............ Barringlon COMMERCE General Business KFIPPH Sigma Tu'M3Si Band of X C HARLE5 ANTHONY BENNIE ........,.. .Lincoln PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha sigma Phi 2231?-Da: Tribe of mini, Varsity Fresha Left-'fl' '12, 3, 41, Co-Captain 141: ma TIGR 'Varsity Football Squadg Fresh- V n, arslfl' Basketball Squadg Freshman HSWY Track Squad H . ERVEY EDWARD BENSON .......,..,....,... Peoria . LAW T Ph' Kappl Psig Phi Delta Phi Fwtllsi Varsity Football Squad 12, 315 res man Varsity Basketball Squad AUDREY CLAIRE BENTON ...........,,, Evanslorl FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Public School Music Alpha Kappa Alpha Cenaclei University Chorus 141 E . DWIN GENE BERIJAUM ...... ..,,..,, C hampaxgn COMMERCE Accountancy HELEN LUIS BERGER ,..,.,......,,,.....,,,,, Zcigler AGRICULTURE Home Economics f1lPha Delta Theta 2131 UPsilon Omicrong University Choral uh iz, 3, 413 Home Economics Club ALVIN HAROLD BERNDT .....,....,.,,,...,. Chicago COMMERCE Commerce anal Law C Sigma Nui Phi Delta Phi 'kull Ind Crescentg The Daily Illini 11, 21 P482 53 HENRY SCI-IOLTEN BERNET ........ Springfield LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Medic: Kappa Sigma The Siren 131 Blackburn College ROCHIELLE BERNSTEIN .,.. Earl Chicago, lnrl. EDUCATION English EDWARD PHILIP BERRY .................,I Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Zeta Beta Tau Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Interfratcrnity Council 141 MARJOIKIE ELIZABETH BERRYMAN .. Amboy EDUCATION Speech Alpha Omicron Pi Sigma Delta Phig Delta Sigma Rhog Gold Feathersg Women'S Varsity Debating Team 12, 3, 41 WILBUR WARD BETTS ,...............,.., Rockford MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigmag Theta Taug A. S. M. E. JOHN TRUE BEYNON ..........,......... Rockford LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Economics Sigma Nu Ma-Wan-Dag Sachcmg Skull and Crescent, Tribe of Illinig Varsity Football Letter 12, 3, 41, Co-Captain 1413 Varsity Basketball Letter 12, 3, 413 President, Sophomore Class EVELYN EDNA BILLS ...................... Chicago EDUCATION Spanish ELIZABETH ANNE BILSBORIKOW ,. Urlmmi FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Public School Music Gamma Phi Beta Mu Kappa Alphag Arepog Production Staff, "Patience" 1215 "Yeomen of the Guard" 121, "I Pagliaccin 131, "The Mikado" 1315 University Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41 Honors Day 11, 21 A Q 'him ma- .A Q' :Glen ANNA ELIZABETH BINES .V.,,, , Riflgvfurm AGRICULTURE Home Economist Achaca First and Second Council, Won1an's League C41 ' CHAliI.lZS THEODORE BLACK . ,.,,,,, Cbirugo LIEERAI. AR'I's AND SCIENCES Zoology Sigma Xig Caisson Clubg Animal Ecology Clubg Freshman Varsity Track Squadg First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q41 Honors Day C31 Northwestern University .IDI-IN LEWIS BLACKBURN Kunxax Cily, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Phi Kappa Pliig Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug A. I. E. E. Kansas City junior College CIIAIll.0'l'TI'i JOAN BLAIR ..,.,.. ..,.. C bicago EDUCATION French Phi Sigma Sigma Orange and Blue Fcathersg Le Cercle Franqais WILLIAM THOMAS BLANN ,..,, ,.., S lorklon FINE AND AI-IILIED ARTS Arrbiterturul Engirwvring Gargoyleg A. S. C. E. Honors Day f2, 31 KATHERINE ANN BLOCK ..., Highlaml Park LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Delta Zeta W. A. A.g Hockey CZ, 314 Volleyball f21g Baseball 1315 Le Cercle Franqais Mount Holyoke College VIOLET VIVIAN BLODAU ........ Mnrlisou, Wir. EDUCATION Home Economics Alpha Delta Theta University Choral Societyg Jamesonian Lit- erary Soeietyg Home Economics Clubg Pan- Hellenic Council C41 University of Wisconsin WALTER HENRY BLUMENRAMI1 ,... Belleville LIDERAI. AR'I'S AND SCIENCES Eronomirs 1 Theta Xi THE ILLIO ROBERT EDGAR BODMAN ,I,............... Brmenl ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug Engineering Couneilg A. I. E. E. Honors Day ll, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 ANDREW PE :'ER BOEHMER ,....... .I Chicago MECFIANICAL ENGINEERING Tau Nu Taug A. S. M. E.9 First Lieutenant, University Brigade C41 Woooltow ISEWELI. BOEKE ...............,., Lena LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemislry The Daily Illini U13 Independent Council C41 WILLIAM ALBERT BoERs ,,.,,I...,.,., . ,,,,, Lacon PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pershing Riflesg Varsity Rifle Team 13, 41, Emblem 141g Coast Artillery Clubg Cap- tain, University Brigade Q41 CHARLES CHILTON BOLEY ,...,.,......... Berwyn MINING ENGINEERING Sigma Phi Epsilon A. I. M. E. Morton junior Collegeg Northwestern University lVlARY HELEN BOLEY .... . .,.....,.,...... Berwyn LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Sigma Nug W. A. A. Morton junior College JAMES CARROLL BOLTON ...... . ...Ioliel EDUCATION Com mera' Sigma Alpha Epsilon Joliet junior College DAVID ABRAHAM BOOKSHESTER ,... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Zoology Northwestern University THE NIVER ITY OF N P1152 s-I OF 1935 ROBERT BAUMANN BoRCI-IERs ,,..., .Deealur LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Lambda Chi Alpha M"W3U-Da: Sachemg Senior Baseball Man- ager! Student' Senate 1413 Athletic Council 1411 Phalanxg Varsity Soccer Squad 13, 41: CHPNIHI University Brigade 1415 Cavalry Club PMMO ROBERT BORRI ,,,,,,r Mark EDUCATION Imluxlrial lizlnration Theta Xi gfibc of Illinig Freshman Varsity Soccer quad? CHPCFUH, Varsity Soccer Squad 141 my-asfalle-Peru Junior Collegeg Northern H1015 State TeaclIers College ROBERT PRESTON BOWDITCH ,,.,.. . , Urbana MECI-IANICAL ENGINEERING Beta Theta Pi IETF Bern lfig Pi Tau sigma, Phi Era sigma, d Inois Umon Board of Directors 1413 Stu- inf Senate 1415 Engineering Council 141g 'S- M- E.: Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 41 Honors DW Cl, 2, 319 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 43, GEORGE WOODROW BOWEN ,,,,Y,, Waxhinglon ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING A. I. E. E, Bmdlci' Polytechnic Institute HOMM' LAWRENCE BOYD .,...,.,... Lewistown LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES , Zoology Sigma Pi O 41 .Pagliacein 1315 University Chorus 13, l' Mens Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 First Regimental Band 12, 3, 413 Interfraternity Cnuncil 141 mega Beta Pig Skull and Crescentg Cast, S' , . rANI,LY HART'I2NBOWER I3oYI.Iz , I-Iefmcjun CIZRAMIC ENGINEERING Delta Sigma Phi gmcflffln Ceramic Societyg junior Prom 'flmmltfecl First Lieutenant, University Brigade 44, E , 'WIN LEROY BoYN'roN , ,. ,. E Peoria COMMERCE Pl I General Business S IH Gamma Delta acfgni Bind of X5 Intramural Manager HARRIEI' VIVIAN BRADBURY ...,,Y Champaign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French MDCIKJ Delta Delta P-Offlf Boardg Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag VL Delta Phi, Senior Representative, Ilomfm S Leagueg Chairman, junior Coun- il 5 Junior Representative, WonIaII's BTHSUUI Gold Fcathersg Shi-Aig Orange and GUF Feathersg Le Cercle Frangaisg Theatre S mld 141: Co-Chairman, Homecoming ,Ifgmt Sl10W 1415 General Chairman, "Hit L,lc lR0Ck" 131g Cast, "Green Grow The dlnq 121, "Hit The Deck" 1315 Pro- 1:91011 Staff, "Hit The Deck" 131 Onors Day 11, 2, 314 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 Page 55 MMUAN Louisa BRADFORD ,...... .. Olney LIIIERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Kappa Delta Phi Betag Mask and Baubleg National Col- legiate Playersg Business Manager, Home- coming Stunt Show 1413 Production Staff, "I Pagliaccin 131, "Tales of Hoffman" 141: Cast, "The Yellow Jacket" 131, "The Add- ing Machine" 131, "You Never Can Tell" 131, "The Mad Hopes" 141 William Woods Collegeg Knox College KENDALI. WI-IITTIER BRADLEY Peralouivu LIIIERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Alpha Tau Omega Freshman Varsity Football Squad 1315 Var- sity Football Squad 141 DePauw University Wll.I.IAM .IOHN BRAzI'I'Is . Herrin RAILWAY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Joi-IN JAMES BRESEE ,,.,. ...,. C bampaign LAW Triangleg Phi Delta Phi Sigma Tau CARL EDUARD BRE'I'sCI-IER ,,., Springfelrl FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Arcbilevlure Scarabg University Chorus 12, 31g Univer- sity Orchestra 141 Bradley Polytechnic Institute FI.oYD EUGENE BREWER .. . ......., Ialmliru LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Psychology OSCAR MOOIKE BREWER .....,.,.,...,, Alwoorl AGRICULTURE Agricizllurul Education Alpha Tau Alpha CAIKROL XVALTISIK BRISSENDEN ..Cluy Cily MIECZPIANICAL ENGINEERING I:I'CSlll'l'lLll'l Varsity Basketball Squadg Fresh- man Varsity Track Squadg A. S. M. E. McKendree College ei, 'Y' 4- , 'QP 1 Kb v I - M 51, Un 1 .1 JAMES EUGENE BRISSENDEN .....,, Clay City CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. E. McKendree College IRENE VIRGINIA BROMLEY ......,........, Chicago EDUCATION Polilical Science Chicago Normal College ROY WEBSTER BROOKS ...,........,,, Springfielzl LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Malhematics First Regimental Band U, 41 Springfield Junior College CLAIRE H. BROONER ...........,,... Mason City COMMERCE Banking anal Finance Tau Kappa Epsilon Illinois Wesleyan University OLIN LORRAINE BROWDEK, JR. ....... Urbana LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Beta Theta Pi PlIi Beta Kappag Phi Eta Sigmag Concert Band Cl, 2, 3, 413 Cast, "The Butter and Egg Man" QZ1, "Green Grow the Lilacs' 421, "The Yellow Jacket" 131, "You Never Can Tell" C31 Honors Day Cl, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 AUBREY JAY BROWN C...,..............,..... Urbana CIVIL ENGINEERING Lambda Chi Alpha A. S. C. E. CATHERINE ELEANOR BROWN ......, Penfielrl EDUCATION English DILLON SIDNEY BROWN ........................ Elgin GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Zeta Honors Day Cl, 2, 319 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Q31 Y OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO MARY LOUISE BROWN ............,......... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Bacleriology NORMAN ALBERT BROWN. ..........,.,.... Cicero MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A. S. M. E. Morton Junior College WILLIAM HADLEY BUCHHOLZ Bloomingion FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architeelnrc Gargoyleg Scarab ADOLBI-I BULAW ,....... . ....................... Chicago COMMERCE Imlnxlrial Arlininixlrafion Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Var- sity Swimming Squad QZ, 3, 415 Account- ancy Clubg A. I. M. EJ Cast, "The Mad Hopes" C41 TRENNA MARGARET BURCHELL ,....... Urbana AGRICULTURE Home Economics f Aeolia Home Economics Club JOHN EDWARD BURGESS ............... Riuersirle LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering A. I. C. E. Honors Day Q31 I Joi-IN EDWARD BURKE ..................,... Freeport CIVII. ENGINEERING Phi Kappa Sigma Chi Epsilong SOplIomOre Circus and Wrest- ling Managerg A. S. C. E. RAYMOND FRANCIS BURKE ........ ., Freepor! JOURNALISM Arlverfixing and Publishing Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini ll, 2, 31, Senior Associate Editor 141g Student Senate 141g Journalism Council Q41 Page 5 6 OF 1935 RODERTA MAURINE BURREY ,... Washington LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chevnislry Delta Zeta Eureka College KATHERINE FRANCES BURROWS ...Carlinville LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Blackburn College JOSEPH ZACI-IARY BURSON ...,.., Champaign JOUIKNALISM News anrl Editorial Sigma Delta Chi: Editor, The Dads Illini, Mi: The Daily Illini Q3, 4D DAVID GRAGG BUSEY ,.....,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,YY I, Irhmm PHYSICAL EDUCATION PREDEIIICR I'IARRISON BYERCO .,,., Rockford COMMERCE General Business AllJlI21 Tau Omega ilk'-lil and . Crescentg Tu-Mas, Freshman HWY Swimming Squad JEAN SEATON CADEEN ,,.,ll.,,,, ,,...,,,,. A lrzlo LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta Frances SlIimer School for Girls MARION LILLIAN CADWELL ...,... La Grange COMMERCE General Business TlIeta Phi Alpha Gold Feathersg The Daily Illini C21 St. Mary-of-tl1c-Woods College LEONA EDNER CAIN .... .......,,,. ....,,,, C h icago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Delta Sigma Theta 3111112 Kappa Delta, El Circulo Literario 0 Espanol StmiKlIt College Page joAN LEE CAI-ERTON ......................... Joliet LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Geology Alpha Xi Delta Gregorian Literary Societyg The Illio 121 Northwestern University LOWELI. JESSE CAPOOT ,,v,v.... ....., B cnscnvillc COMMERCE General Business LaInlJda Chi Alpha Phalanxg Freshman Varsity Track Squadg FrcslIman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Track Squad Q2, 3, 4Jg Cross Country Squad CZ, 373 First LieI.Itenant University Brigade C42 MILDURN ERNEST CAREY ,,t,. ,,Marion, Iml. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Public School Music Beta TlIeta Pi Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfoniag Mu Kappa Alphag Fine Arts Council 12, 31, President M13 University Concert and Entertainment Board 123g Illini Theater Guild f4Jg Uni- versity ClIoruS fl, 255 Mcn's Glee Club fl, 255 Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 453 Uni- versity Orchcstra Cl, 2, 3, 415 Cast, "Pa- tience" C3J, "Yeomen of the Guard" C31 Honors Day fl, 2, ALIIERT WAL1'ER CARLSON ,,..,,,.,,... Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. E. All1'lIUIi WILLIAM CARLSON, ...t,,..... Chicago COMMERCE General Business Thornton Junior College CIIARLOTTE ANNE CARLSON ,,,,,.....,, Peoria LIEERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Polilical Science Atlanta Y. W. C. A. Cabinet UIQ W0l11Cll,S Glee Club Q25 DoRo'I'IIY JOY CAIRSON ,,,... .,.., Urbana LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Phig Mask and Bauble RODERT LEE CARSON ,,,..,,..,, Springfield COMMERCE Accountancy, Banking anzl Finance Independent Council C3, 419 Accountancy Club Springfield Junior College lllVliN RoIIIiR'I' CAR'l'EIK , Cenlralia l'iI,liC'I'liIl AI. IINGINEEIUNG A. I. li. li. JoIIN ANTHONY CASSIN , Kcnilworlb LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES EFOIIHIIICFX Phi Kappa . lnterfraternity Council C41 DePaul University5 Loyola University -lOSIEl"HINli LOUISE CATIICART Farmer Cily LIIIERAL AIKTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Delta Plmig The Illio C21 MaeMurray College MIaRI,E I-I. CIIAMBEIKLIN , ,,,,,,, Danville LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Ilngimfering Seabbard and Bladeg Pershing Rifles5 Fresh- man Varsity Swimming Squadg Cavalry Club5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade C41 MAIKY JANE CHANDLER ,,,..........,, Oak Park LIDERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Pi Beta Phi Mortar Boardg Torch5 President, Y. W. C. A. C415 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C3, 415 Stu- dent Senate C415 Gold Feathersg Shi-Ai5 Orange and Blue Feathersg University Con- cert and Entertainment Board C21g Chair- man, Homecoming COIIIIITIKICC C315 Co- Chairman, Big Sister Committee C31 Honors Day C31 GOIIDON LEON CIIA1-MAN Chimgo COMMERCE Avrounlarzry Accountancy Club DAVID XVII.I.IAM CIIASIE CI7ll'1IXlI CIVIL IINGINEEIUNG lIlVlNG AARoN CIIAVIN Cliil'lI,Q0 I.IIIIaRAL AR'I's AND SCIENCES Slzrwrb Phi lipsilon Pi Nu Beta Iipsilon5 Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Interfralernity Council C41 THE ILLIO FSTELLE MARIE CHENSKY ,.,... ..... Z eigler AGRICULTURE Home ECOIIOHICFX Blackburn College HARRY DAVID C1-IESNEY ,East Sl. Louis COMMERCE A General Business 1 Tau Kappa Epsilon Accountancy Club CHRIS WILLIAM CHIBUCOS ...,,........., Chicago LAW Tau Nu Tau5 Tomahawkg Varsity Track Squad C315 Varsity Cross Country Squad C415 Inter-Collegiate Boxing Champion C215 Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade C415 Independent Council Cl, 2, 315 Student Alumni Association C315 Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Sophomore Cotillion Committee LYMAN CQNWELL CHISM .......... Champaign AGRICULTURE Agricullnral Economics Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Club ROBERT FRED CHRISTENSEN ...,...i,. Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Lambda Chi Alpha Theta Tau5 Pierrots5 Mask and Bauble5 Phalanxg Freshman Cross Country Squad5 Freshman Track Squad5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade C415 Illini Theater Guild C41: General Manager, "Adding Machine" C315 Assistant Manager, "Green Grow The LilacS" C21, "Gold in the Hills" C21 ARTI-IUR FRANK CHRISTMAN .......... Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Lamlsrufn' Arfbilefiure Lambda ClIi Alpha Freshman Varsity Soccer Squadq Second Regimental Band Cl, 31 AIIICIC CIIAIEYS ,,,,, . ,,,. Chicago COMMERCE G!'!lPl'dl Buxinexx Crane Junior College Cl.lNl'0N CMIIVEK CLARK, JR. Anna LIIIIIRAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Phi Delta Theta Tu-Mas5 Skull and Crescent5 Illinois Union Cabinet C315 Homecoming Committee C213 Dads' Day Comn1ittee Cl, 215 Interfratern- ity Council C41 'OF ILLINOIS Page 58 Q F 1 9 3 5 ,lAMEs GORDON CLARK .A.A Kansas City, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING Tau Bw Pi: A. s. C. E. Kansas City Junior College VERA I.oUIsE CLARK ....... ...v,, O tlawa - EDUCATION Hislory LaSalle-Peru junior College N0RMAN FREDERICK CLARKE River Forest ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Slilma Mu Sigma QYHIOH: Pierrotsg Arepog Production Staff, The Mikado" 131,"IPagliacei" up ,IQSEIIIIINE LEE CLAYTON ,,,,,. ..,.Cl9iCllg0 EDUCATION English Gamma Phi Beta Gold Feathers, Orange and Blue Feathersg -gl? lllw fl, 2, 31, Dads' Day Committee JAMES BYRON CLELAND .. ,,., Chamjmign PIIYsICAL EDUCATION Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad ClllC3E0 Normal College JAMES WIIEELER CLEMENT ,,,... Urlmnu LIBERAL AR'I's AND Sc:IENCEs Cheuiisiry Phi Gamma Delta Phi E52 Sigmag Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 141, Board of Directors 141 Northwestern University RICHARD CARY CODDINGTON ...Prineelon COMMERCE Banking and Fifzanfe Phi Sigma Kappa The Daily Illini 1113 Caisson Club MARY CATHERINE CODY , .... ....,.. Peoria LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Romance Languages T Tllcln Phi Alpha wsrclli gamma Alpha Chig Sigma Delta Pig TI0m11l'Is Business Manager, The Illia 1415 lc mm fl, 2, 315 Gold Fcathersg Orange ind Blue Feathers, Junior Council, Won1an's cjaliuc 131: Campus Sister Committee 1319 L Iairman, Social Committee, W0nIaI1's CFQSUC 111: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet isp, El V"Cl1l0 Literario de Espanolg Der Deutsche Harem! Mothers' Day Committee 1115 C0m0C.on'nng Committee 1215 Dads' Day Qmmittee 1213 Sophomore Cotillion Com- fP't.fC03 Production Staff, "Good News" 121. HIt The Deck" 131 Honors Day in Page 59 ALBERT ALLEN COE .,..-.----- -,----- -f--f W 5 mlvw MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DoROTI-IY ELLIS COE .......VV--l- -lV.---- M 0500101 COMMERCE General Business Delta Delta Delta Denison University WlI.LlAM WEEEII COEFEEN Chamfmign CERAMIC ENGINEERING Keramosg Business Manager, The Illinois Technograph 1413 Engineering Councilg A. C. S. NATHANIEL H. CoIIEN .... ......... Ufbuiw LIBERAL AR'I's AND SCIENCES Speech Phi Kappa Psi Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg National Col- legiate Players, Cast, "Wotta Racket' 121, "Good News" 121, "Remote Control" 121, "Gold in the Hills" 131, "Good Morning, Dearie' 131, "Hit the Deck" 131, "The Mikado" 131, "The Mad Hopes" 141, "Tales of Hoffman" 1413 Production Staff, "The Adding Machine" 131 MAIRVIN SENN Col-IN .. . . . .. Chivugo JOUIKNALISM News ami Eililoriui Alpha Epsilon Pi Sigma Delta Chi, The Daily Illini 1l, 2, 3, 41 NORMIXN COHN . .. .... . Chicago FINE AND AIIPLIED AR'l'S Arrhifeelllral ElIXiIlL'l?filIg Phi Epsilon Pi Captain, University Brigade 141 ROBERT WILLIAM COLLETT . Oak Park LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCEs Chemistry Psi Upsilon University of Rochester HEIKBER1' LORING COMSTOCK Chiinifmign EDUCATION E Coaching Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad , I 4 is ' . 371 159. 2 X. QIJ ' I " "1 . f RICHARD LAWRENCE CONLIN .......... Arthur AGRICULTURE Agronomy Alpha Gamma Rho Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club JOHN RICHARD CONNER ....,,Y ........ C bicago COMMERCE General Business Honors Day 131 HAVII.AND ARTHUR CONNOLLY ,.... Oltawa JOURNALISM News and Ezliforirll Theta Upsilon Omega Alpha Tau Sigmag Scabbard and Blade, The Siren 111 g Captain, University Brigade 141, Senior Memorial Committceg Interfraternity Council 141 HAIKOLIJ EUGENE COOGAN ,.,.....,......, Lincoln COMMERCE General Business Delta Tau Delta Lincoln College DOROTHY DEAN Coon ,t......,. ....... R anlonl COMMERCE General Business Alpha Omicron Pi Gold Feathers MacMurray College AUBREY OLIVER COOKMAN .............. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Psi Upsilon Tribe of Illinig Vicc-President, Senior Classg Varsity Tennis Letter 12, 31 ISAAC Nl1W'l'0N CooI.LEY, JR .,....,.,., Broclon COMMERCE Commerce anrl Law Sigma Chi DoNALD PAUL CooMEE ....,,...........,.... Arcola LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hislory Theta Chi First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1413 Interfraternity Council 13, 41 THE ILLIO HARRY LYNN COONRADT ,,............. Decalur LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemislry Phi Beta Kappag Phi Eta Sigma, Cavalry Officers Clubg A. I. C. E., Captain, Uni- versity Brigade 141 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 HAROLD LEROY CooNS. ........... Bujalo Hari FINE AND APIYLIED ARTS Puinling Cast, "The Adding Machine" 131 RUTH I'lELl'5N COOPER ,.........,.......... Aurora LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Kappa Delta Lindenwood College FLOSSIE MADELINE CORD .,.........,..... Urlmnrl LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES German Corina Phi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Deltag Le Cercle Franqaisg Der Deutsche Verein Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 PETER PAUL CORGIAT ...................... Oglesby COMMERCE General Business La Salle-Peru Junior College MILIDRED CHRISTINE CORNELIUS .. Clayton AGRICULTURE Home Et'0ll0lIIlt'S Aeolia Gold Feathersg Home Economics Clubg First Council, Woman's League 1315 Second Council, Woman'S League 13, 41 MARY JANE CQRYA ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,., Bearrlslown LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hisfory Alpha Gamma Delta Social Committee WonIan's League 131 Stephens College CARI, ELLIS CORZINE ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, Centralia COMMERCE General Business Accountancy Club 131 v OF ILLINOIS Page 60 OF 1935 JOHN WILLIAM COTTER .................. Danville COMMERCE General Buxinexx Ci'-lsson Clubg First Lieutenant, University Brigade 14, ALTA COTTINGHAM .,,,,,,,,,, ,,4,-,,,,Y I crscyyillg AGRICULTURE Home Economicr Womcnis Glec Club 13, 413 University Choral Society 131 M1CMurray College GUILFORD HENRY COUCHMAN .. Hoolzesfou LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal ,Psi UPSilong Phi Delta Phi Fmt Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 MARY ELIZABETH COVER ,.,.....,....,,,,, Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Chi Omega Si Tell" Ui, "The lVIad I-lopes" 141 Nofillwestern University Emil Delta Phi- Cast "You Never Can KENNETH RANDLES Cox ....,....,, Walermau COMMEIKCE General Business Theta Nu Epsilon M0nmouth College M . . ARGARBT ALBERTA Cox .,.,.,.,II, Champaign LIRERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Home Eeononiics Bethany Circle Home Economics Club ROSEMARY EMILY Cox ....,I....,...,,,...,, Maron EDUCATION Home Economics T AlPh1 Gamma Delta Slprchg Gamma Alpha chi, Gold Feathers, C FAI? Orange and Blue Feathers, Y. W. W A- 'Cabinet 13, 413 Junior Council, Edommf 5 League 1315 Chairman, Freshmen uCaf'10n, Woman's League 1315 Chair- man, Elections Committee, Woman's League 4475 Pin-Hellenic Council 131 F ORREST IVAN CRAvEN,. I... ....,,i.....,. U rbana PHYSICAL EDUCATION S of lllinig Palaestrag Varsity Football vguadlfzi 3, 41, Letter 121, Freshman restlmg Squad Tribe Page '6 I MARY LIONA CRIPI-IN ............ ........ C une EDUCATION Home Economics Beta Sigma Omicron Gold Feathers, Orange and Blue Feathers, Won1en's Glce Club 12, 3, 4-1 MAHLCN LACHLAN CRISSEY ,............... Avon LAW Delta Sigma Phi Phi Alpha Delta University of Wisconsin ANITA MARGARET CRITES .......,..., Hillsboro EDUCATION I-lame Economies Lindenwood College FREDERICK SHERWOOD CROOK .. Sprizfgfielzl COMMERCE Imlnxfriul Arlmiuistrafion Phi Gamma Delta Ma-WaI1-Dag Sachemg Business Manager, The Illio 1415 Band of X5 TlIe lllio 11, 2, 313 Captain, University Brigade 141 FRANK HAROLD CROSBY ,...., Loelefzort, N. Y. EDUCATION Pre-Merlin Beta Theta Pi Tribe of Illinig Skull and Crescent, Dol- phin, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1413 Varsity Swimming Squad 121, Letter 1315 Varsity Water Polo Squad 12, 31 KENNETH TANNEIX CRUM ....... West Salem GENEllAI. AGRICULTURE Alpha Tau Sigmag EI Circulo Literario de Espanolg First Lieutenant, University Bri- gade 141 JOHN REGAN CULLINGS .........,.,.., Elmwood CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. E., A. I. E. E. LILLIAN J. CUMMINGS ...................... Decafur AGRICULTURE Home Economies Alpha Kappa Alpha L. NX ix , the ELIZABETH ALICE CURRY ........, Ml. Sterling LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Englixh Alpha Xi Delta Knox College EVELYN LUCILLE CURTIS .. Clevcluml, Ohio LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Mathcmnlics Alpha Kappa Alpha University of Kansas MARGARET ANN CURTIS , . Kcuuum: LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Ecormmicr Pi Beta Phi Stephens College ISLMA CATHERINE DABl.lZR Bemcul .IOURNALISNI News aml Iiililoriul Sigma Kappa The Daily Illini CZ, 32 james Millikin University ROBIIRT I-IASSETT DADAN1' ,,,,,,, Ilumillwz COMMERCE Acromzlirig Phi Delta Theta Phi Eta Sigmxg Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day fl, 2, 32: University of Illinois Scholarship Key C32 LOUIS ALBEIKT DAEHLER ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Thonzxon LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hixlory Blackburn College ANDREW WALTER DAIIL ,,i, . Chicago COMMERCE General Buxinvss Tribe of Illinig Varsity Wrestlillg Letter C32, Co-Captain Q4-25 Varsity Football Squad QZ, 3, 42 Crane junior College ANDREW VIC'l'OR DAIILBIZRG, JR. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Mezlirr Psi Upsilon University of Chicago ITY OF THE ILLIO CHARLES EDMUND DAILY ,,..... ,...... A rthnr AGRICULTURE Agronomy Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Zetag The Illinois Agriculturist Cl, 225 National Agriculture Club I-Ionors Day QZ, 32 JOHN DAVIS DAILY . ...,,,. McLeaml1oro COMMERCE Commerce and Law Sigma Delta Kappa Honors Day C22 DoRo'I'I-IY DELL DALE ,.... Skifrlook, Okln. EDUCATION French Alcestis Le Ccrclc Francais Hardin College FRANK KENT DAI.RYMPI.E ..............,,, Chicago MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Tau Kappa Epsilon Tribe of Illini, Dolphing Varsity Swimming Squad 122, Letter KJ, 42 Armour Institute ISABEL HARRIET DANLEY ,Highland Park LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Philosophy Delta Gamma Torch, Alpha Lambda Deltag Gold Fcathersg Orange and Blue Feathers, The Illio Cl, 2. 325 General Woman'S Chairman, Home- coming f423 Chairman, Dads' Day Tag Committee 1325 Basketball fl, 223 Swim- ming fl, 225 Tennis QI2, Letter 1223 Hockey Cl, 2, 3, 423 W. A. A., Production Staff, "Hit the Deck" qu, "I Pagliacci" Q32 LouIS EDWARD DARSCI-IEID Carllmfillv COLIMEIICE Armrmlumy Accountancy Club Blackburn College liI.IzABETH ANNA DAU'l' , Dcralnr COMMERCE Gr'm'rul Iiuxirlcxs Accountancy Club IZSTIIER DAvEY ,. .... .. .. l'IurI'cy PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Sigma Nu, Terraping W. A. A.g Life Saving Club, P. E. Major Club Thornton Junior College I' ILLINOIS Page 62 JOHN ' 0 F 1 9 3 5 THOMAS CALVIN DAVIDSON ,,,.,.,,,,,. Wlnlifl L.lBliliAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Polilicul Science Theta Chi Concert Band fl, 25 D . AVID WILLIAM DAVIES ...,., , L CbI!'l1,Q0 EDUCATION Hixlory Z2-lfsk and Baubleg Captain, University 'gade C455 Caisson Clubg Men's Glec Club Q35 -JOHN MICIIAEL DAVIES .....,., Muywooil FINE AND APPLIED ARTS u Music Slgma Pi C . . t oncert Band iz, 3, 419 University Orches- ril Q23 3, 4, Morton Junior College C , ATHERINE ROSE DAVIS .. , , , Clgylpu AGRICULTURE . Home Economies Acoha Ixg:larGBf7afdS Torchg Phi Upsilon Omi- fz ij' OS Ifcathersg.Illinois Agriculturist 03' C ariman, MI-'I-Iila Ball Committee Elec? xecutivc-Council, W. G. S. U, 4j5 Camwn C?0mmlIICC, AWoman's League f4J3 nomil-'S Slstcr Committee U15 Home ECO- N, 255 Club! UI11VCrSiCy Choral Society JLUNOR TAYLOR DAVIS ,. ....,,, ,,,,,,, T lljfolll I.IBlZlkAL ARTS AND SCIENCES linglixb Gamma Phi Beta Ztgtskl and Baublcg Alethenae Literary So- Y, Cast, "The Adding Machine" UQ GWENDOLYN COGGESHALI. DAVIS , lolir-I EDUCATION Elzglixh Alpha Chi Omega 'lnllet Junior College WINFIELD DAVIS ,,,.A...,, Sl. Louis, Mo. EDUCATION lmluxlriul Aff: KQPPJ Alpha Psi MELVA -JO DAVIS ........Y.. . ,.,., Melropolis AGRICULTURE Hom I-Ionic Eronomirr C Economics Club Stephens College pllge RUTH ALICE DAVIS ..EE..,v,............ Wukefelzl EDUCATION Home Economic: Indiana Universityg Southern Illinois State Normal University LPIZWEY MI'FCIiEI.I. DAWSON .,... Cbnmlmigrr FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music Mu Kappa Alphag Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfoniag University Choral Society 13, 45 JEWEL REED DAWSON V,,,....,., Cbnmpnigrr FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music Delta Oinicron Mu Kappa Alphag University Choral So- ciety C3, 42 Northwestern Universityg Cincinnati Conservatory of Music MAIIION MARCELLA DAWSON ,......... Carlfon LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology University Chorus Q42 Knox College JOHN FISHER DAY . ,.,...., ...,.,, C hieugo LIIIERAL AR'rs AND SCIENCES Hixlory Delta Kappa Epsilon Tu-Masq The Daily Illini fljg Intramural Manager Q23 SHIRLEY WENTWORTH DAY Cbnrnfmign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Fra-nrb Pi Delta Phig Orange and Blue Fcathersg TlIe Daily Illini U15 The Siren fl, Zjg The Illio CZJQ Le Cercle Frangais Honors Day fl, 21 WILLIAM ALl"liElD DEAN ......., ,,... C icero FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Lumlsvzlpr Arz'l1ilr'z'l1lrc' Delta Sigma Lambda Scarabg U. L. A. S.: Landscape Clubg Inter- fraternity Council Q41 BIZATRICE ADA DENSMORE .,.,,,..,,. Olney LIBIZRAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Lulin ARTIIUR CHARLES DE'FllICH .. ,,,... Chicago COMMERCE Aceounlancy Phi Kappa Psi Skull and Crescent Wll.I.lIXM FENNO DEWEY ,,..,,.. Camp Grove COMMEIKCIE Aeeounfaucy Accountancy Club Honors Day 131 JOHN CI-IAUNCEY DEWOLFE, JR.,,Oak Park COMMEIRCE Commerce am! Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Scabbard and Bladeg The Illio 1115 Fresh- man Varsity Track Squadg Varsity Track Squad 1213 Senior Informal Committeeg Senior jacket Committeeg Sophomore In- formal Committccg Captain, University Brigade 1415 Military Council 1415 Cavalry Clubg Production Staff, "Green Grow the Lilaes" 131g Intcrfraternity Council 12, 31 TRUMAN MEIKLE DEV ,,..,,,........ ..... L itehfielfl LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Chemistry Blackburn College SYLVIBSTIER WARREN DICKSON ..,............ .. Lonix, Mo. LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Geography Alpha Phi Alpha Stowe Teachers College LEROY ADAMSON DIXON ...Cnniberlaml, Mil. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A. S. M. E.g Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad HAIKOLD WILLIAM DODD ..,.,..........., Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music Arepog Production Manager, "Patience 1315 Production Staff, "Pirates of Penzance" 121, "Ycomen of the Guard" 131, "I Pag- liacci" 1415 First Regimental Band 1113 Concert Band 12, 3, 415 Men's Glee Club 12, 3, 415 University Orchestra 12, 315 University Chorus 121 ra JULIAN LAVERNE DODGE ...,.... Rock Islam! MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A. S. M. E4 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO .IOSEIYHINE DILLEY DONICA. ......... Evanslon LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES French Delta Gamma Drake University IVIARGUIZRITE ALTHEA DONOVAN. .....,....... .........,.,,,,.,.......,................Champaign I.IBliRAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Bethany Circle WILSON LAMOREAUX DORNAUS ................ Falls, S. D. CIVIL ENGINEERING Delta Upsilon Arepog Illini Theater Guildg Men's Glee Club 1115 Cast, "The Mikado" 131 South Dakota State Universityg Carnegie Institute of Technologyg Illinois Wesleyan University JEAN ELIZABETH DRAGOO ......... Villa Gro-ue JOURNALISM Special and Critical Alpha Omicron Pi Torchg Woman's Editor, The Daily Illini 141g Theta Sigma Phig Gold Feathersg Shi- Aig Orange and Blue Fcathersg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 315 Charity Ball Committee 1219 Homecoming Dance Committee 141 Honors Day 111 ' MARION ESTELLE DRAKE t,.,.. Dex Moines, Ia. COMMERCE General Business Delta Gamma Drake University LoUIs DRIss .........,e . .................. ........ C hifago COMMERCE Aecountan cy Alpha Epsilon Pi ANDREW SIMPSON DUFFLE, ........, Hinrlsboro AGIIICULTURE Agricnllural Erlneaiion Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Education Club HAROLD SYLvEs'rER DUHAMEL .,., Springfield LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering The Daily Illini 111 Springfield junior College Page 64 0F 1935 CHARLES ADDISON DUNCAN ,...,,....,,. Bcnlon AGRICULTUIIE Freshm Dairy Marmfavluring ln Varslt Football S uad' So ho- Y fl P more Football Manager , NOBLE RICHARD DUNCAN ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,, Benign COMMERCE Commerce and Law F' - Irst Llcutcnant, University Brigade C41 ED WARD JOHN DUNPHY .....,. ...,... A mboy AGRICULTURE Agricultural Elluvaliou gp? Zeffli Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural U S Calsson Club Honors Day 42, 3, THEODORE BRADFORD DURITEE ..,....,,,., Peoria LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Phi Delta Theta Pl' 1 ' du Em S'8m2: Skull and Crcsccntg Presi- Gc3?SF1'0SlIman Classg Freshman Varsity quad: Varsity Polo Squad Q41 J' PHILIP DURHAM - -.......... .,....... I iarrislzurg LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES l English Phi Sigma Kappa R AYMOND BURTON DUVAL I,.,,, ,,,,,,,, C hicggg LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Political Science Picrro . - Ui President, Freshman Class M ARJORIE Lois EADS --...f. ........,. C bampaign ,IOURNALISM News and Ezliloriul The mio ill: The Daily Illini Q21 MAUR R 'CE RODERICK EASTIN ....,,,.I.,, Kewancc D MLWAY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING alta THU Delta Sk walirllcfxllg Creseentg Pierrotsg Arepog Rail- Pfse 65 SARA CATHERINE EASTMAN ,,,.,,... KEIUNIICE AGRICULTURE Home Eronomics Alpha Gamma Delta WcInIeII's Glee Club 43, 41 MIIIIJIREIJ WORCESTER EAs'I'oN. ...,, Ufllflllll LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Englirh Tulsa University: University of Arkansas MARGARET RUTH EBERT ,...., ..... C hfnnpaigu JOURNALISM News aml Editorial Pi Beta Phi WILLARD ADOLPH ECKERSTROM Chumlmign COMMERCE General Bllxinvss Accountancy Club VERNON MILLIZR ECKERT ...I,.,.,..,.. Belleville AGRICULTURE Horfiflllllirc Farm House Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Varsity Track Squad C21, Letter 63, 41 EDNA MAE EDWARDS ,.........,....VI..... Virginia LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Phi Beta Kappag AlplIa Lambda Deltag TlIc Illio 1215 Le Cercle Francais Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Q31 ROBERT ELII-IU EDWARDS. ......, Murlzhyxboro LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Chcmixlry Pi Sigma Phig First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1415 Caisson Club liU'I'H EILIIEN EDWARDS ,....,.........,... Clmlou LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES History Alpha Lambda Delta WARD LEROY EDWARDS ...,,,.,,..,.,.., Anfiorb AGRICULTURE Agricnllurnl Economics Farm House Alpha Zetag Phi Eta Sigma, Wrestling and Circus, Manager C41g Athletic Council C415 The Daily Illini C113 Illinois Agriculturist C213 Dairy Clubg Agricultural Club Honors Day Cl, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 ROBERT JOHN EGGEKT ,,.......,.,,,,l. , Lincoln AGRICULTURE Agrirulllmrl E4'0ll0!IIll'S DOROTHY MAE EI-IRENHART ., Abiugrlon EDUCATION English Stephens College ROBERr WILI.lAM EICHENDEIKGER ........... ,.,,,,,...,.Cl1lIlllfllllgll MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Phalanxg Captain, University Brigade C419 Caisson Club Purdue University VELMA MARIANNE IIICHHOIKN ,, Mvlunzom LIBERAL AIVIAS AND SCIENCES Home lirouomics Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pig Phi Upsilon Omicrong Gregorian Literary So- ciety, Home Iiconoinics Club Honors Day C11 ARTHUR EIDMAN, JR. ,.,,,,,, Bc'llv1'illc' LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Delta Phi Tu-Masg The Illio C2, 31 Carleton College CARL WILLIAM EKSTROM ..ff,,Y A...... M olim' MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Delta Rho A. S. M. E. Monmouth College CARROLL GEORGE ERs'rRoM ...,,,,, Rockford LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Men's Glee Club C41 Y OF 'I' I'I E I L L I O VERNON EUPHRATES ELDER ....,.....V Sullivan COMMERCE Accountancy Accountancy Club DAVID Olk'VILLE ELDRED .,,,, ,,,,,,, Chicago COMMERCE CUmmcn'c' aml Law Theta Delta ClIi Sigma Iotag The Daily Illini C115 The Siren C215 Accountancy Club, Concert Band C2, 3, 415 Men's Glee Club C21g Uni- versity Orchestra C21 Northwestern Universityg DePaul Uni- versity HIELIEN BLONDELLE ELDIUDGE ...,,, Sf. Elmo FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Public School Music University Orchestra C3, 413 Women's Glee Club C315 University Chorus C419 Cast, i'Tales of Hoffman" C41 MacMurray College FRANCES ELEANOR ELFSTRAND ,.......... .........Bloominglor1 LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Alpha Xi Delta Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mask and Baubleg TlIe Illio Cl, 2, 315 The Daily Illini C213 Financial Secretary, Woman's League C415 junior Informal Committeeg Homecoming Committee C315 Dads' Day Committee C31 Honors Day Cl, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 REGINA Es'rI-IER ELKES ....... Buffalo, N. Y. LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES linglixb Sigma Delta Tau Mortar Board, Torchg AlplIa Lambda Deltag Alpha Kappa Deltag Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathcrsg Soccer Cl, 2, 315 Ap- paratus C119 Basketball Cl, 313 Baseball Us 21 Honors Day Cl, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 GRETTA LEE III.I.lO'l"l' ,,,,,, , Windsor EDUCATION I-lislory Kappa Delta Pig WoII1en's Glee Club C413 University ClIorus C41g Der Deutsche Verein Christian Collegeg Eastern Illinois State Teachers College MYRON ANDREW ELLIOTT ,,.,...,, Taylorville LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Cbcmirfry Phi Lambda Upsilong Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Xig University OrclIestra C2, 31g First Reg- imental Band Cl, 21 Honors Day Cl, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 VVALTIER MELVIN ENGER ,,,,.,... .... U rbana CIVIL ENGINEERING Kappa Sigma Chi Epsilon, Editor, The IIIII-Ions '1echno- graph C413 President, Freshman Classg En- gineering Councilg Chairman, Freshman Frolic Committeeg A. S. C. E. Page 66 OF 1935 WlI'l'lAM JOHN ENNIS ,.........,,,.,....,., Chicago JOURNALISM News aml Erlilorifll PSi Upsilon Tu-Masq Interfraternity Council 141 LESUE ALAN EPSTEIN, ,Y..... .WSL Louis, Mo, LIBERAL AR'rs AND SCIENCES Pre-Merlirs Zvta Beta Tau Ph' 'Beta Kappag Phi Eta Sigmag Interfra- wm'W Council 141 Honors DW 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 13, GVOIKCIE At.IsER'r ERIJECK Wvxlvrn Springs COMMERCE Acrolrlllanry AlPl1a Sigma Phi Alpha KRPPH Psi' Si ma Iota Ii silong Ac- , J S l lp wuntancy Club LYON Township junior College I . lAYMOND KANTOR ERI-IARDT Cm-ro CERAMIC ENGINEERING Beta Psi S - . . . ccond Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 P A , . Aliluill .IGHN IERICRSON Pr1m'1'lo11 AGRlKTUL'I'UliE l"loriI'ulf11rc' Allilm Gamma Rho Rmlfd of Directors, Illinois Union 1415 Krlcultural Council 141 A . . NNA OLENE Espnvm , ,, Millington EDUCATION IJIHII K 2 , . 1 NNETI-I EDWARD EVANS ,,,. H Champaign LAW Tw Kappa Epsilon .lnmes Millikin University RGHERT CHU-DS EVANS ,,.......,,.i. Kankakee COMMERCE Banking aml Ifimlnfc' Theta Chi mfwvan-Dag Sachemg Iiclitor-in-Chief, The Tim 1415 Student Senate 1415 Band of X5 Ml? Illlo '11, 2, 315 Seabbard and Blacleg li, 3105 University Brigade 1413 Men's Var- ml' Dcbarlng Team 1215 Cavalry Club RonER'r LEON FAIIER , ...,..,.. , Okuwzfille COMMERCE Grmrral Bllxim-.Is Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Psig Tu-Masq Second Regi- mental Band 11, 21 EIGII. RAI.I-H FADUM Niagara Falls, N. Y. CIVII. IENCINEERINC Delta Upsilon Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pig Phi lita Sigmag The Illio 121g The Technograph 13, 413 A. S. C. Ii.q A. S. T. M. NIARJORY LEE FANCHER H ,. Crm-y EDUCATION liuglixb I.e Cercle' Franqaisg lil Circulo Literario Ile lispanol MacMurray College AUSTIN IIIUZDERICK FANCRIIoNI2R , , .............,................,. Graml Ralmiils, Miflf. LIBERAL AR'I's AND Sc'II5NrIzs Clwlliinll 1illgflll'l'I'lIIX TlIeta Chi Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Varsity Track Squad 141 HARRY GORDON l:AUI,KNlilk ,, Urfulml MIEKZIIANIKZAI, llNGlNlEliIkING Theta Chi Pi Tau Sigmag Varsity Football Squad 1215 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1415 Cavalry Club: A. S. M. li. RUTH ABIGAIL FIzRCusoN Cliirugo I.lBl5RAl. Ali'l'S AND SCIIQNCIES Sovinlag-y Alpha Omicron Pi Illini Board of Control 13, 413 Gold Feath- ersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue lieathcrsg junior Prom Queeng junior Prom Commit- teeg The lllio 111g The Siren 1l1g PaII- Hellenic Council 141 CAMILLIZ FERRARA ,.,.,...... , , .,,,, Cbiraga LIIIIQRAI. AR'l'S AND ScII5NCIzs Slmnisb Delta Zeta Sigma Delta Pig lil Circulo Literario de lfspanolg Le Cercle Franqaisg Illinois Union Minstrel Show 121 llonors Day 121 .losI2I1IfIINI2 FIERIKAKA W ,,,,,,,, Clminrgn LIDERAI. AR'I's AND Sc:IENCIzs Sfnmisb Delta Zeta Sigma Delta Pig El Circulo Litcrario de lispanolg Le Cercle Franqaisg Illinois Union Minstrel Show 121g Cast, "Hit the Deck" C31 Honors Day 1I1 arg l s , I. ' 1 SH I I THE UNIVERSITY or ILLINO PUSI' 67 I Y I S she, 4 ni., - S ,tel A 1 f , ,.,,.:,-sf , , i1lix,,Q ,W,, ii ' I I V an Q Z' iw ap - ks it I I 1 '11 'Si' Q. X .pt X 'f it--I ii.. ' " 'D f w I I I EVIZLYN FERRELL ,,,,,,..,.,................ ..tMafl0lt LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Political Science Gamma Phi Beta Ward-Belmont School WILLIAM I-IosEA FERRELL ......A........... Marion LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Phi Gamma Delta Kemper Military Academy FERNE MARIE FETTERs ...............Y... Rossville EDUCATION Hixlory Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 PAUL PRZEMYSLAW FICNERSKI ,......... Chicago MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Seabbard and Bladcg Alpha Tau Sigmag Pershing Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel, Uni- versity Brigadc 1415 Military Council 1415 Officers Ball Committee 1415 Chairman, Military Ball Committee 1415 University Gold Mcdalg Pershing Rifle's Saber, Persh- ing Rifle's Medalg A. S. M. E. CONSTANCIE HARRIET FILBEY ............ Urbana EDUCATION Malhenmfics Delta Delta Delta The Illio 111 Honors Day 131 KATHERINE UDALL FILSON .,..., Champaign JOURNALISM News and Erlilorial Delta Delta Delta Mortar Board, Torchg Theta Sigma Phig Student Senate 1419 Gold Feathersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 319 Woman's Editor, "I" Book 13, 415 Journalism Council 1415 Production Staff, "Gold in the Hills" 121, "Great God Brown" 121, "Yeomen of the Guard" 121, "The Mad Hopes" 141 Honors Day 111 EMNIA Lou FINCI-IAM ................ Pratt, Kan. AGRICULTURE Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron University of Colorado ALIIERT WILLIAM FISCHER ...,....... Ivllllkfgllil MECPIANICAL ENGINEERING Sigma Phi Sigma Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day 121 THE ILLIO EUGENE ALLEN FISCHER ............ Park Ridge LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENcEs Chemical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi Ma-Wan-Dag Saehemg Senior Track Man- agerg Athletic Council 141g Men's Glee Club 11, 213 A. S. C. E.g Interfraternity Council 13, 41 RUTH ELIZABETH FIsHER...- ...,. Des Plaines COMMERCE Commercial Teaching Alpha Delta Theta W. A. A.g Accountancy Club, Baseball 13, 415 Archery 131 JAMES FRANCIS FITZGERALD ............... Cicero MECHANICAL ENGINEERING The Technograph 1415 A. S. M. E. Morton Junior College JEAN LOUISE FITZGERALD ......,..,.., Maywood JOURNALISM News um! Erlilorial Alpha Chi Omega Terraping Orange and Blue Fcathersg Or- chesis CHARLES RANDALL FLACHMANN ............ Louis, Mo.. LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Economics Kappa Sigma Ma-Wan-Dag Athletic Council 141g Tribe of Illini 1415 Skull and Crescent, Dolphins 131g Varsity Swimming Letter 12, 31, Captain 1415 Varsity Water Polo Team 12, 3, 415 Captain, Freshman Varsity Swim- ming Squad, Freshman Varsity Water Polo Squad Honors Day 111 JOSEPHINE ALICE FLAGG ........ ......... M oro EDUCATION French Alpha Delta Pi MacMurray College LAWSON HOLLAND FLANAGAN .,..... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Political Science Delta Kappa Epsilon President, Interfraternity Council 1413 Student Senate 1415 The Illio 1113 Fresh- man Informal Committeeg junior Informal Committee, Interfraternity Council 131 ANNETTE LEONE FLEIsC1-IDEIN ...., Belleville JOURNALISM News and Erlitoriul Alpha Xi Delta First Council, Woman's League 1413 Gold Feathersg The Daily Illini 131 Lindenwood College OF ILLINOIS Page as OF 1935 THOMAS FERGUSON FLEMING ..,....... Chicago MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Pi Kappa Phi Pi Delta Epsilong The Technograph 1213 A. S. M. E.3 Interfraternity Council 141 .lULES WESLEY FLORETI-I ...,.., Sl. Louis, Mo. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Phi Pi Phi ' Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Freshman Varsity Soccer Squad3 A. I. C. E.3 Inter- scholastic Manager 121 CORNELIUS JOSEPH FOLEY Downers Grove COMMERCE General Business Independent Councilg Accountancy Club DePaul University ROYCE HERBERT FOLEY ......... ........ L osfant COMMERCE Commerce and Law Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squadg Varsity Track Squad 12, 31 PHY!-LIS KEREL Four ,.......,.............. Chicago JOURNALISM News aml Ezliiorial University of Missouri HUBERT JUST FGMBELLE ............... Decalur AGRICULTURE Agricullural Economics Alpha Gamma Rho Student Senate 1413 The Illinois Agricul- turist 12, 3, 413 University Concert and Entertainment Board 12, JPQ Agricultural Clubg Illini Grange HELEN LEOLA Fonn ,..,,....,,,... ,...... C hicago EDUCATION English Chicago Normal Collegeg Northwestern University OWEN ARTHUR FORDHAM ........... ...Walnut AGRICULTURE Farm Management Varsity Track Squad 121 Page 69 VERNON ANDREW FORSBERG ,...,,,,,,,, Chicago COMMERCE Commerce and Law Delta Alpha Epsilong Phi Delta Phi Scabbard and Bladeg Vice-President, Sopho- more Classg Freshman Varsity Soccer Squadg Varsity Soccer Squad 12, 3, 413 Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Dads' Day Com- mittee 1313 Senior Hat Committeeg Senior Jacket Committee3 Captain, University Brigade 1413 Cavalry Officers C1ub3 Inter- fraternity Council 131 CRESTON JOHN FOSTER .... Menornince, Mich. JOURNALISM Special and Critical Kappa Sigma Sigma Delta Chig Editorial Associate Editor, The Daily Illini 1413 The Daily Illini 12, 313 The Siren 1313 Journalism Council 1413 Production Staff, "The Adding Machine" Ui New York University RonER'r LoUIs FOSTER. ........,............., Otlawa I JOURNALISM Advertising and Publishing Theta Upsilon Omega The Daily Illini 121g University Concert and Entertainment Board 121 JOHN REID FRASER .,..... ..,..,,.............. C hicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Lambda Chi Alpha Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squad3 Freshman Varsity Track Squaclg Varsity Football Squad 12, 315 Varsity Track Squad 12, 3, 41Q Varsity Cross Country Squad 1413 A. S. C. E. LOREN SCoTT FRASER , ,.........,........... Wapella GENERAL AGRICULTURE Scabbard and Bladcg Alpha Tau Alpha3 Pershing Riflesg Major, University Brigade 1413 Military Council 1413 Agricultural Clubg Caisson Club ARVID DERMOT FRAUTNICK .....,.......... Elgin MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Pi Tau Sigmag A. S. M. E. ROBERT MARTIN FREDRICRSON ....... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Sigma Delta Kappa Varsity Swimming Squad3 Foreign Relations Club Crane Junior College EMMA PAULINE FREED ........, Rockville, lnrl. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Phi Beta3 Illustratorsg Women's Glee Club 1113 Production Staff, "The Yellow Jacket" 131, "Beyond the Horizon" 1213 Cast, "The Mad Hopes" 141 Central College FS'I'EI.I.E BERNICE FREUND Sl. Louis, Mo. LIBERAL AR'I's AND SCIENCES Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi IIUGII WA'I'soN FRIEY Ml. C1lI'1m'l COMMERCE GL'IIl'FII, B1I.vim'ss Freshman Varsity Track Squatlg Account- ancy Club AR'I'IIua NA'I'IIAN TJRIFDMAN ,. . . yIIlIllK.Vf0H'll, Ohio CoMIvIIzRc'Iz AI'I'oI1r1hIur'y Sigma Alpha Mu Accountancy Clulx D0lKA'l'HliA W. FRHZDILICZII . llolmrl, lml. PIIYsIcAI, IIouc:A'rIoN Orchesisg W. A. A.g Soccer Manager C-U Gary junior College XVILLIAM -IosI2I'II FRII2Nn Ilalmilml, Mo. c:0MMl2RK1lZ Billlklllg .mil llllltlllft' Sigma Alpha lipsilon llannihal-l.aGrange junior College GI'oRoIa FRANK ITILITZINGEIK , Brllvrilli' l:lNlz ANI: AIfI'I.IIzu AR'I's ArI'lIil1'I'lIII'IIl lfllgllII't'l'lIlg Alpha Rho Chi Gargoyleg A. S. C. l5.g First Regimental Band fl, Zj llonors Day Qlj FRANK l'iNGl.lil!liIk'l' FIKOSCHAUER Lincoln PIIYsIc:AI. l20ucA'I'I0N Phi Sigma Kappa Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Tribe of Illinig Fresh- man Varsity llasltetball Squamlg Varsity Bas- ketball Letter ll, 35, Captain C415 Fresh- man Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Foot- ball Letter 12, 3, 4J5 Freslnnan Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Squad C31 l,lI.l,lAN XANIIIKA FROST I , Cbimlgn LIRIQRAI. AR'rs AND SCIENCES English Production Staff, "The Mikado" HJ, "l Pagliacci" CBJ Crane junior College THE ILLIO TI-II-1oooRE KAY FRYSTAK .............,. Chirago 1lI.Ec1'RIcAL ENGINEERING Alpha Sigma Phi Crane junior College DALE FTENRY FULTON ,.,,,, Villa Grom- COMMERCE fiI'llC'VfIl Buxincxx Alpha Kappa Psig First Lieutenant, Uni- versity llrigacle Q42 IiI.IzAIm'rII FuI.'roN I , Slmrlu LIIIIQRAI. AR'I's AND ScIIaNcEs Englixb Alcestis Southern lllinois State Normal University lIl.lZAIliTl'll .IANI2 GAA , . Cbirugo liDucA'rIoN Frenrb Kappa Alpha Theta Torch: XV. A. A.g Tennis Cl, Hg Hockey ll, 37 CARI. ROHIZRT GAIRING , . . Park Riilgr' FINIa ANI: Am-I.II:n ARTS AYl'llifl'l'flIftf Delta Alpha Epsilon Gargoyle l:Il.l.M0lKIi XVALTEIK GALATY , Oak Park CoMMIzRc:Iz Gl'll0fllI liI1.Ii1lI'.vx Phi Kappa Tau Pershing Riflesg Sophomore Cotillion Com- mitteeg Homecoming Committee 1213 In- dependent Council Q2jg lnterfraternity Council Q4-J University of Michigan NIARTIN THEODORE GARIIE Diclcrirb GENERAL AGlilCUI.'I'UlKIi Alpha Gamma Rho I-Iditor, The Illinois Agriculturist Q-U3 Al- pha Tau Alphag Illinois Agriculturist fl, 2, 33 MARY ANN GARVIN I , .,,Y., Wimlmr lTnucA1'IoN Iinglixb Theta Upsilon VVomen's Glec Club U15 University Chorus UD MacMurray College THE NIV ITY OF ILLINOIS Pagr 70 OF 1935 IIoaAt:1z JIZNNINGS GAS'l'0N . ., Cbifwgfi GIENIIKAI. IZNGINILEIKING Chi Beta Groimuu lionulta' GAUEN Cnllirtwillt' CoMMuat:u C0lllIllt.'I'l'L' uml Law Delta Chi3 Phi Delta Phi Scabbard and Iiladeg Varsity Basketball Sllllflll C253 Freshman Varsity Basketball Sill'-Isl: Captain, University Brigade Mfg junior Informal Committee ,IUIIN IJUlll.liY G1iAltoN , , . .Clriwlgo LIIJIZIIAL Alurs ANU SCIENCES Plviloxopby DePaul University IIILIIAIKD PIICNIIY Glilllllilk . Clminigu Ifl.liC'l'RICAI. IfNGINIiI3IKlNG Crane Junior College I.IxUN IhzaNAno Glil'l'llMAN , Cbunzlmigu CoMM1sacu General Business Albha Kappa Psig The Daily Illini 14,3 Accountancy Club IfI.lZAIII2'I'lI KAuol,lNl3 Glzoltcta Soluonuult Aciueuuruan Irlome Evonomiczv lilectra Ruru IIEIKNIIBLIZ GERMAN , t,,.. .. Urbana COMMERCE Trtult' uml Civic Scrvefariul Surtfit'e Iileetra Phi Chi Theta: Accountancy Club Ilonors Day QU l,lIYl.l.IS IaiaNia GEIKIIAIKD Flora FoucA'rloN English Illini Theater Guild3 Production Staff, "You Never Can Tell" OJ, "The Mad Hopes" C43 Pugc 7 4 IlOlII'.Il r lIl1Niu' Gum Rrwkfuril CoMM1aiu:u l:0l'l'lXII f:lIHlllll'l'l'l' Phi Kappa Sigma University of Notre Dame GIl.lIIiK'l' ciAS'l'UN GIBSON Sl1'i'lvz'illi' AGIllKZUI.'I'UIlli Dairy Mfiii1lfui'l111'iug Agricultural Clubg Dairy Technology So- eietyg Dairy Products judging Team Southern Illinois State Normal University l.ols NIAIKIIE GIIAIIEIKT V .. Clzirugo I?nucA'r1oN l:l'L'llCb Y. W. C. A. Cabinet M13 WtlI11k'l!iS Glee Club CZ, 3, 453 University Choral Society fi, 413 I.e Cerele Franeaisg lil Circulo l.iterario de Espanol Doius IDUNNAIIIJ. GIl.tillRlS'l' lflllrllfll I,lIIIiRAI, Alrrs AND SCIENCES liflglixb Zeta Tau Alpha Lincoln College IIILIIAIKIJ l'IARIkY Glmis lienfnu lix.izc'i'1tu:Ai. ISNGINISIERING Alpha Tau Omega Theta Tau3 Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 1233 A. I. If If ToM M0l"l-'li'l' Gn.iuiltsoN Ilozcluilll, Maul. 1'rivsu:Ar. EDucA'r1oN Theta Xi Phi Iipsilon Kappa3 Delta Theta Iipsilong Dolphinsg The Daily Illini QZJ3 Varsity Football Squad 1213 Rifle Team flj, Letter Ui Montana State College livA NIAE C,iILI.IiSl'lIi , Melrolmlix Aciuczurxruiuz llolue lii'ouon1i1's Home Iiconomics Club Stephens College .IANIL NEWMAN GlNul3ltY , Cliinlgo I,llxlakAt, Alvrs ANU St:naNc:us Sui-inlogy Sigma Delta Tau W v "5 WS . of -.2 ' A ' saivf' I ... Q is W.. Q , QM MARY LOUISE GLADDEN ........ East St. Louis EDUCATION History Delta Sigma Theta JUANITA GLAsCoCR ....,.,......,........., Elrlorarlo EDUCATION Home Economies Theta Upsilon Home Economics Club STEVEN FRANK GLOWACKI ................ Cbrrago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architecture NEvA PEARL GLOYD ........... West Frankfort FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music lris ' Sigma Alpha Iotag Women's Glce Club Q3, 413 University Chorus Q3, 415 Cast, "The Mikado" Q31, "Tales of Hoffman" Q41 ELEANOR BAILEY GODDARD Lakewood, Ohio COMMERCE Insurance Electra Phi Chi Thctag Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Fcathcrsg Gregorian Literary Societyg Accountancy Club Louis HENRY GOEBEL ,......... ..,......... C hieago LIDERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Zoology Sigma Delta Rho Omega Beta Pig Scabbard and Bladeg The Illio Ql1g Freshman Varsity Polo Squads Varsity Polo Squad Q213 Student Alumni Association Q3, 415 Captain, University Brigade Q41g Cavalry Clubg Interfraternity Council Q31 A1.lililkT MEYER GOEDDE ....,.... East St. Louis FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architecture Sigma Alpha Epsilon BRADFORD ALFRED GOODENOUGH ......, Peru CIVIL ENGINEERING Sigma Alpha Epsilon A. S. C. E. La Salle-Peru junior College THE ILLIO EvELYN MAY GOODING ,,,..,....,.., Champaign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech A Gamma Phi Beta Sigma Delta Phig Mask and Baubleg Cast, "The Mad Hopes" Q41 MAX WILLIAM GOODMAN ........... Waukegan JOURNALISM News and Editorial Alpha Epsilon Pi 1 Alpha Tau Sigmag Pershing Riflesg Captain, University Brigade Q41 STANLEY GOSCINSKI, JR.. ........... Wilsonville PxIYsICAL EDUCATION FRANCES MARY GOURLEY ,..... ........ U rbana EDUCATION Mathematics Alcestis Torchg Second Council, Woman's League Q3, 415 Gold Fcathersg Orange and Blue Fcathersg Gregorian Literary Societyg Exec- utive Council, Woman's Group System Q31g Production Staff, "Good News" Q31g Doll Show Committee, Y. W. C. A. Q31g Mi-Hila Ball Committee Q31g Inter-Literary Council Q31 ELBERT RUSSELL GRACG. .................,. Urbana PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Tau Delta Sachcmg Tribe of Illinig Board of Directors, Illinois Union Q41g Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squadg Varsity Football Letter Q2, 31g Varsity Basketball Squad Q2, 3, 41 FRANCIS WILLIAM GRAHAM ........... Penfield LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES History Vice-President, Sophomore Classg Independ- ent Council Q21g Summer Entertainment Committee Q11g Mi-Hila Ball Committee Q21g Summer Prom Committee Q21g junior Prom Committee KATI-IRYN MILDRED GRAHAM ,...,... Tampico LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Alpha Omicron Pi Phi Beta Kappag Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag First Council, Woman's League Q31g Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feathers, The Illio Q1, 2, 31 CARL HENRY GRAHL ....,,....... ........ B erwyn COMMERCE General Business Lambda Chi Alpha Scimitarg Freshman Varsity Fencing Squadg Varsity Fencing Squad Q21, Letter Q31g Interfratcrnity Council Q41 - OF ILLINOIAS Page 72 OF 1935 JOHN EDWARD GRANEY,.Bingbamton, N. Y. COMMERCE General Business Freshman Varsity Football Squad3 Fresh- man Varsity Wrestling Squadg Accountancy Club VIRGIL VEsCo GRANT ..,.,............ ,Buncombc COMMERCE Accomllancy Accountancy Club PHYI-LIS ELAINE GRAY ...............,. Springfield JOURNALISM Special and Critical Chi Omega Kappa Tau Alphag Theta Sigma Phig Mask Ind Baublcg The Daily Illini 1213 Home- coming Committee 131 Gulf Park College ROBERT HIRAM GREELEY ,......,... Wafcrman LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Mczlics Chi Beta Omega Beta Pig Alpha Phi Omegag The Illio 1115 Sophomore Intramural Managerg Cast, "Good News" 1213 First Regimental B1-nd 11,21 RALPH VERNON GREEN ...... ......... L itcbjiclzl LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Sigma Tia, A. 1. C. E. Honors Day 111 RUTH MARY GREEN i..,.,.....,.,.........,. Ollawa LIEERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES French La Salle-Peru Junior College JAMES THOMAS GREENE ,....... .,.WufIella COMMERCE Banking :mil Finance St. Viator Collegeg Illinois State Normal University PAUL GIUEENMAN , ..,... ..,.,,.,, ...... C ls icugo EDUCATION Speech fast, "Patience" 121, "I Pagliacci" 131, The Mikado" 131, "Tales of Hoffman" 141 Page 73 MARVIN C. GREER ...... .....,..,.....,...,,, D fmuillc ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Delta Tau Delta Purdue University JANICE ELAINE GREIDER. ......,., Claamjmign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta DOROTHY MARIE GREIF, ...........,s,........, Iolict LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Chi Omega The Illio 1313 The Siren 131 St. Mary-of-tlmc-Woods College GWEN GRACE GRIFFIN .....,...,,.,,..c Rivcrsiflv FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music North Central College RoDER'r WII.I.IAM GRIM ,..,,,,c... Remling, Pu. COMMERCE Bunlting uml Fimmce Phi Kappa Phig Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Commerce Council 1413 Ac- countancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 STANLEY EDMOND GRIMM . ,,,...,.. Galvin: ELliC'I'RICAI. ENGINEERING Theta Upsilon Omega The Technograph 121 Kalamazoo College JULIA LEE GULLE'I'T ., e..,.,,Df'l'llfIH' EDUCATION Hislory Kappa Alpha Theta Gold Feathers Lindenwoocl College JOHN WINCIIIESTEIK GUNNIELL ..............s.....,...,.......,.3.,.....Hammoml, Iml. EDUCATION Speech Phi Gamma Delta Omega Beta Pi: Mcn's Varsity Debating Team 1413 Men's Glee Club 1213 Cast, "The Silent VVoman" 121, "The Great God Brown" 121, "The Lower Depths" 131, "Good Morning, Dearie" 131, "Green Grow The Lilacs" 131, "The Mad Hopes" 141 Honors Day 11, 31 I-lI:IIIsIaII'I' CIIAIILIas GUNNIEK ,, Cbirugo COMMERCE Banking uml Fimlmm' Phi Kappa Sigma GILIJIEIVI' llRNIii'l' Gux'MoN , Vrruiilion AGIuc:uLTuIu5 Dairy I'I IIXb!lllll7'.1' lmliana State Teachers College MAIKAIOIRIIL liDI'I'I'I l'IAAK Chicago EDucA'I'IoN Iinglixb Alpha Xi Delta Mask and llaubleg The lllio fllg Production Staff, "Patience" 121. "Yellow jacket" CH, "Gold in the Hills" QU, "The Aclding Machine" UQ MAlKI.IN FIQIINAND l'IAAS Sl. Louix, Ma. COMMERCE Banking :mil Iiiilnlirc' Kappa Sigma Sachenlg Band of X5 junior llasketlmll Man- agcr MAYEIK LuoN l'lAAS Iriilrlrviiilcrrw, Kan. LIOUIINALISM News :mil Exliloriul Alpha Delta Phi Sigma Delta Chi University of Kansas SAIIAuI"I'A IPIADAWAY , Luzurclirwilli' liuuc:A'I'IoN Hixfory l.inclenwood College WALLALI5 WOOIJROW I'IAGAN . Urbana LIDILIIAI. ARTS AND SeII:Ni:I5s Geology llonors Day CZ, JJ S'I'ANLI5v lZuoIaNIz I'lAGliN ., . Sin-riiluu AGRICULTURE A,KI'iL'Illflll'tlI lfrmlolllicx Farm House Ag D.Ince Committee O13 Agricultural Club: Dairy Clubg Field and Furrow Club THE ILLIO WILLIAM EDWARD HAGENBUCK ,.., Chicago COMMERCE Gem-ral Buxim-Is Delta Alpha Epsilon Alpha Phi Omegag Freshman Varsity Soccer Squarlg Varsity Soccer Squad C4Jg Account- ancy Clubg Intcrfraterniry Council 13, 41 Wll,I.lAM CI.AIIKIz HAGIaY ............ Lu Griiugv ELIac'raIcAL ENGINEERING A. I. Ii. E. Lyons Township junior College .IosIaI-IIINI: SAIIAII I'lALL . ,Urbuna LIBERAL AII'rs AND SeIIaNeus Splnlixb Orehesisg El Circulo Literario de Espanol VIIIINA DoIIo'I'III' HAl,I.Iill , Higbluml LIIJLIIAL Awrs AND SCIENCES English VVomen's Glee Club OJ Blackburn College AII'rI-IUII PAUL l'lAMLRSMl'lH Savoy CoMMIaIu:Iz Gwzvrui Bnsiuvxx Phalanxg First Lieutenant, University Brig- ade HJ l'lARKllil' MARlli HAMlL'l'ON , Urlnum LIuI5IxAL AII'rs AND SCIENCES English RUIII -IANIJI' l'lAMlL'l'ON Kcwuuvv I,IIIIzaAL Aivrs AND SCIENCES English Loki Der Deutsche Vcreing Le Cercle Francais XVILLIAM Giiouclz HAAIIIIzs Chicago COMMERCE Buulziilg nml Filltlllll' Delta Epsilon Pi OF ILLINOIS Page 74 OF 1935 FIOWAIKD RIGHARIJ I-IANNAI-EI. , Cbiragn COMMERCE G6lIFI'tIl Bu.vim'.vs Kappa Delta Rho Cast, "Wotta Racket" 111 GEORGE MAIKK I'IAIIIJING Mufloam CoMMEatzE lmluxlrial AIlIllilliXfl'JlfiUIl Phi Eta Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Maior, University Brigade 141: Caisson Club: Mili- tary Council 141 Honors Day 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 WILLIAM FRANCIS l"lAIutINs Cilrliurillt' LIIIEIQAI, Aa'rs ANII StzIENc'Es Sociology Alpha Sigma Phi lilackhurn College HELEN JANET I'IAIlMAN lillcburf, lrnl. COMMEIACE A1'I'u1nllaln',v Kappa Kappa Gamma First Council, VVoman's League 141: Fi- nance Committee, NWoman's League 131: Accountancy Club 1Vestern College for Wfomen PI-LIUIY CARLTON HARNIIEN liwr-ifrglruz GENERAL IENGINHHRING Theta Upsilon Omega A. S. C. E. IVAN FIOXVARD HAIlNliW Sf. Ioxvpb FnucA'I'IoN MIlfb1'lm1Iit'x Men's Glee Club 13, 41 MAIl'I'IN Auuusr LIARNISCII Cliit-.iw COMMERCE Banking nml Iiirluflm' Tau Kappa Epsilon Vice-President junior Class: First Lieuten- ant, University Brigade 141: Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Cavalry Ofliccrs Club: Accountancy Club: Illini CIIill11l7CfllfCKll1I- merce: Second Regimental Hand 1l, 21: Intcrfraternity Council 13, 41 CAT! I Iaa I N ll Iiv ELYN I'IAIlR IZLI. Mnumlx I2nucA'rIoN Hirlory CIIAaI.Ias .IoIIN HAaIIING'I'0N Curbumlalc CIvII. IENGINEEIIING Theta Upsilon Omega I Tau Nu Tau: Phalanx: A. S. C. Ii.: Captain, University Brigade 141 IJANIIZL WILLIAM It-IAaaIs ClIi4'a,eo IIIBIZIKAI. AIl'I'S ANII St:IIaNr'Es G4'I'lIIdllI Adelphia National Literary Fraternity: Inter-Literary Fraternity Council: Der Deutsche Verein: lil Circulo Literario de Iispanolg Le Cerclc Franqais IfVIilkliI"l'Ii IIAGIIY I'IAIkIlIS . Norris Cily I.IIIEItAI. Aivrs ANI: SCIENCES Sllcvrlz Cast, "You'Never Can Tell" 131 llonors Day 1l, 21 I'IAZliI. JANIE I'IAllIllSON . , Kuukulm- I,IIIIsaAI. Altrs AND ScIENt:I:s His fury Sigma Kappa Mask and Iiaubleg Orange and Blue Feathers: The Illio 1l, 21: Dads' Day Committee 121 MIfl.vII.I.E DANIIEI. I'IAll'I'hIAN .. Cbinlgn LIIIERAI, Aa'I's AND ScIENt'Es Pxyr'boIogy Arepo: Cast, "I Pagliacein 131, "The Mik- ado" 151, "Tales of I'IoIfman" 141: Uni- versity Chorus 141 Northwestern University .IOIIN INIAIKRIS I'IASLAM . Mowvuqlnl LIIIEILAI. Aa'rs ANII St:IIaNt:Es Chcmixlry XVILLIALK IIIERNAIUJ I'IAS'l'liIiI.lK Cbimgo I:lNl2 ANI: Al'l'I.Illll Aa'rs A rvbilrz'I11rI' Phi Iipsilon Pi I:I'CSI1I'I!.Ill Varsity Cross Country Squad f:IIAliI.U'I"I'li ANI'l'A I'IA'I'Cll . Amlmy l5uut1A'I'IoN Lalin Kappt Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: llta Iieta Sigma Omicron ' ' , Southern Illinois State Teachers College S'W1"'- 1'fu:v 75 Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 DOROTHY WILDENRATH HAWLEY .... Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Painting Illustrators ELEANOR MARY HEAD ............ ........ O tlawa EDUCATION Englirh Gamma Phi Beta Beta Pi Theta Linclenwood College FRANCIS WILLIAM HECRLER .......... Evanslon COMMERCE COIIIIIICYFC anrl Law Theta Xi Varsity Baseball Squad QZJQ Intcrfraternity Council OJ LOUISE HENRICI HEIDHUES ,.,.,...,.... Chicago EDUCATION German Sigma Kappa The Illio fl, Zjg Der Deutsche Vercing Le Ccrcle Frangaisg Pan-Hellenic Council Q41 HARRY CONRAD HEIDINGER ........... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chenzislry Sigma Pi GARDNER WILSON HEIDRICK .............. Peoria COMMERCE Banking and Finance Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Crescent: Band of Xg Varsity Basketball Squad CZ, 425 Freshman Varsity Basketball Squaclg Board of Directors, Illinois Union M15 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet f4Jg Stuclent-Alumni Dance Committee Q41 Honors Day flj BIZRTHA AMANDA SoIfIA PIELANDIER ,...,.. Slreator LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Y.4W. C. A. Cabinet QSM Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg The Daily Illini fl, 215 Le Ccrcle Francaisg University Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 41 JOHN EDMUND HELM .... .....,............. B enlon LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Meilics First Regimental Band Cl, 2, 3, 423 Men's Glee Club 13, 41 THE ILLIO PAUL JOHN HENDRICKSEN .............Y Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. E. ARTHUR BRANDT HENNING ................... ,,,.,.....,,.......,...................,Loganxpor!, Iml. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architecture Caisson Clubg Captain, University Brigade L45 HERBERT KINTNER HENRY ............. Oblong COMMERCE Banking and Finance Sigma Alpha Epsilon Band of X5 Tu-Masg Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Soccer Squadg Interscho- lastics Manager C213 Interfraternity Coun- cil 443 University of Alabama GEORGE ORVILLE HESSLER Wexfern Springs ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Lyons Township Junior College FRANK GLEISER HETISHEE ........, Champaign IOURNALISM Special aml Critical Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Delta Chi University of Alabama MARY ANN I-IEWITT .................... Carbondale PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pi Beta Phi Basketball f2, 313 Hockey 12, 32 Southern Illinois State Normal University JOHN EDWARD HICKEY .........,..,..,...... Peoria GENERAL AGRICULTURE Beta Kappa Agricultural Club RICHARD JAMES HICKEY ...,...... Rock Islam! LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chcfnislry Alpha Chi Sigma Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day CZJ OF ILLINOIS Page 76 OF 1935 lvAN W. HIESER ....,.................... ....... M inier AGRICULTURE Agricultural Economics Farm House Alpha Zetag The Illinois Agriculturisr 12, 315 Agricultural Clubg Agronomy Club Honors Day 121 FRANCIS R055 HILES ,,.,,.,-,. ....,... W ilmington COMMERCE General Business Phi Kappa Sigma Band of Xg Tu-Masg Skull and Crcscentg Interfraternity Council 13, 41 BENJAMIN WOODROW HILL ........ Chicago COMMERCE Accountancy Delta Kappa Epsilon Account'ancy Club VIRGINIA MILDRED LOUISE HILL. ..... Chicago JOURNALISM News and Ediforial Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torchg President, Woman's League 1415 junior Council, Woman's League 1315 Student Senate 1415 Dance Supervision Committee 13, 41g The Daily Illini 11, 215 Gold Feathersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg Homecoming Committee 12, 31: Dads' Day Committee 1115 Campus Sister Committee 1315 Women's Glee Club fl, 2, 31 Northwestern University FRED HILLER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, Pollard, Ark. COMMERCE General Business University of Arkansas VIRGINIA HINDMAN ,,.,.............. La Grange LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega HARVEY PAUL HINTZ ,.., ......,.. . ......... . Moline MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Alpha Sigma Phi Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pig A. S. M. E. Honors Day 131 Augustana College RUDOLPH JOSEPH HODAL .............. Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS A rchifeclu re Pierrots Pest 77 HELEN BLANCI-IE HODGSON .............. Homer LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Hislory , Electra W. G. S. Stunt Show Committee 121g Womcn's Glee Club 12, 41 Illinois Wesleyan University JULIUS ALBERT HOEFT .................... Chicago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Chi Tribe of Illinig Varsity Football Squad 13, 41, Letter 1215 Varsity Baseball Squad 12, 3, 41 HALLIE ELOISE HOEHNER .............. Belleville EDUCATION French Pi Delta Phig Women's Glee Club 13, 413 Le Cercle Frangaisg Der Deutsche Verein Monticello Seminary WILFRED FREDERICK HoELsCI-IER .............. City COMMERCE General Business Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Psig Caisson Club, Captain, University Brigade 141 HENRY ALLEN HOLLER Ml. Vernon, N. Y. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Phi Pi Phi Varsity Rifle Team 11, 2, 3, 415 Varsity Pistol Team 13, 41 MARY ELEANOR HOLME .,..........,.... Gillespie EDUCATION Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club Blackburn College WILLIAM ALBERT HoLMEs .....,,...,,,,, Urbana EDUCATION Polilical Science Accountancy Clubg Archeology Club WIRT WYCLYFF HOLSINGER .Granite City GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Phi Omegag Caisson Clubg Agricul- tural Clubg First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1415 Production Staff, "The Great God Brown" 121, "Green Grow The Lilacs" 121 v IUIARRY DAVID Hom' Pebble Bracb, Calif. I.InuIxAI. Aa'rs AND ScIIzNcI2s Erorlorzlirs Beta Theta Pi Varsity Golf Squad 13, 4D Menlo junior College CHAIlI.Ii9 WILLIAM I'IoNIzvwIaI.I. Milfurfl CoMMIIIu:Ia General Buxiuvxx President, Independent' Council 141g Stu- dent Senate 141g Band of X5 Mi-Hila Ball Committee 13, 4Jg Independent Informal Committee 13, 45, Charity Ball Committee 1335 Independent Council 133 University of Dayton Romiivi' IIDWAIKD I'IOl'KlNS ljvlazfim AoItIcuL'I'uIu1 flgfiL'lllfIH'!lI El'0Il0lllil'S Farm I-Iouse Agricultural Club, Agricultural Iidueation Club Blackburn College RoIIIaItI' I'I0'I'CHKlN , . .. Cbirugo CoIvIMIaac:I2 Arfrolrllfilrlijv Varsity Baseball Squad 12, SJ: ACCQJLIIIIEIIICQ' Club, Der Deutsche Verein josI2I'IfI FRANK I'IOUlJIiK ,, ,. , LII Griurgv LIuI1aAL AII'I's ANI: ScII2NcIas Cbclzliml Iifrgirlrvrirrg A. I. C. li. Morton Junior College IEAIII. RoIIIzIt'r HOWAI.D , , Cbirago JouItNAI,IsM News and Erlilorial Sigma Delta Chig Gamma Theta Phig Kappa Phi Sigma, The Daily Illini 1223 journalism Council 1433 Captain, University Brigade 1413 Cavalry Officers' Club Honors Day 1U Gontnosl MAI,t:oI.M I'IOWA'l"I' ,, Cbiwrgu FINI2 AND Al'l'I.lIED AIt'I's Puinlillg Delta Alpha Ifpsilon Alpha Phi Omegag Illustrators IiI.IzANoIt GItAt:I3 I-Iowa , ,Urlvium IinucA'I'IoN PIOHH' Et'0Il0IIli1'X Alcestis First' and Second Council, W. G. S. 131g Stunt Show Committee 11, 2,5 Social Com- mittee, W. G. S. 11, Zjg Summer In- formal Committee 12Jg Summer Entertain- ment Committee 13Jg Freshman Frolic Committee: Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Com- mittee 1Jlg Home Economics Cluh Y OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO KA'l'I'IliIlINI5 IIOUISIZ I-Iownu. , ,,,,, , , ,. , .. ZIIm's1'illI', Ohio I.InIaImAII Alvrs AND ScII2NcI2s English Alpha Delta Pi Wittenberg College xVll.I.lABI I'IUXVARlJ I"IOWlil.l, Cbiruffmign I.IIIIzaAI. AIt'I's AND SCIENCES Ilixlory Tau Kappa Epsilon IQMMA Run I-Iunns Xprifrghvlfl COMMERCE GI,-ncral Business Antioch College IIIKEDNIOIIN Huuua . , ,, ,. , Peoria IIINIE ANU Al'I'LIlilJ Aa'I's Public Svlmnl Music' Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfoniag Varsity Soccer Squad 12jg University Orchestra 1I, 2, 3, 425 First' Regimental Iland 12, 315 Men's Glee Club 125 Bradley Polytechnic Institute IIKMA CAItoI.YN Hunmt .. Higblinlil EDUCATION liuglirb Medea Gregorian Literary Soeietyg The Illio 1Il Westerii Illinois State Teachers College 'I-YKON Iilllll-IAIl'l' I"IuIII3It Cburlcxlun I.IBIiRAI. Aa'I's ANI: SCIENCES Pre-Mcflivx Washington University llAItvI-xv I,0l'l-' PIUDSON H , . Decatur -IOURNALISNI News aml Eililurial Sacliemg Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini 1l.2.3l l.I1,VIiItNIi Dow I'IUIlSON clfi.-ag.. CIvII. IiNc:INI5I3IuNo Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Phi Sigmag A. S. C. Ii.g Concert Band fl. 2, 3, 49 I'age78 OF 1935 CHARLES EDOUARD HUGHES, JR. .Rockford CIVIL ENGINEERING Phi Gamma Delta Tau Beta Pig Chi Ifpsilong A. S. C. Ilg V1lfSity Track Squad Q21 DoRo'I'HY MARIIE HUNT , ....... ,..IVifl7It'flZ.zl IJBIERAI. AR'l'S AND SCIENCES Pri'-Legal Northwestern Universityg DePauw Uni- versity I.IEl.ANIl I'IOPKlNS I'IUNT,,, Proriu COMMERCE f:IllIHIIt'H'K' llllll LIIIU Sigma Chi Bradley Polytechnic Institute liVl1l.YN VIRGINIA PIUIKD ,, , . Urlmlm IIDUCATION ITFIHIOIIIIFS MARY LOUISE I'IURSEY ,, . , ,, Urlmmf IinucA'I'IoN Iinglixb Alpha Kappa Alpha CIIARI.o'I'Tn FAITII HURSII ,,,,, Wurrrnxluzrg IZDucA'I'IoN Soviul SI'il'Nl'I'X W. A. A. BERRYMAN RICHARDS I'IURT.,. ...... Barry GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Zcrag Phi Eta Sigma KATIIRYN WINIFREO I'lUXTABLE ..... ., b -..., , ..... .,..,,.,A,,,,,,,,,, ..,. ...,,,,,,,,, C b I llllllllfgll LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Euglixh Alpha Omicron Pi Gold Feathersg The Daily Illini C21 Westerii College for Wonien Page 7 9 Rizx LEROY ILER ...V.,.,.... ,,,,,,.,, Sl. Anne LIIIERAI. ARTS AND ScII2NcIas Zoology Ru'I'II l'llZI.liN INGHAM . ., Clinlon AcRIcU1.'ruRE Homr' Emnomirx Zeta Tau Alpha Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg The Illio Cljg W0l11.lll'S League Social Cum- mittee C215 Doll Show Committee CZJ FRANCIS RoIxINsoN INSKII' Cbumjmigu COMMERCE lmluxlrizll Ailminixlnlliou Sigma Mu- Sigma Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Phalanxg Freshman Var- sity Wrestlilig Squadg Captain, University Brigade C41 I'IUGlI S'l'lEl'liliN IRWIN W Bloomington COMMIEIKCE GI-llrrul Bl1.Iim'.I.I Honors Day OJ RAYMOND RALPH IRWIN lrlullxzfilli- AcRII:uI.'ruRE Agronomy Farm House Illinois Agriculiurist C413 Agricultural Clnbg Field and Fnrrow Clubg Dairy Club FREDERICK lEssEI.MAN ISAMINGIZR, JR. . .. . . .. .... ,Wfoorl River LIIIERAL ARTS AND ScIENc7Ias Pnlilinll Svierrre Acacia Shurlleff College ZI1I,nA SYI.vIA ISENIBERG W , . Clmirugo LIIIERAI, AR'rs AND Sc1II2NI:Izs Soriology Lewis Insiirure ALIIERT FRED IsRE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,, I,fnmrk EDUCATION Hixlory Northern Illinois Stare Teachers Collegeg University nf Colorado I ai if I N r 'I I f 'glifi I QR.. SAMUEL DAN IURILLO ............ Retsof, N. Y. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Merlics LYLE GERALD JACOBSON .......... ...,..... L ee COMMERCE Colnillerce and Law PlIi Sigma Kappa The Illio fl, 25 Honors Day 12, JD RGBERT DALE JACOBSON .....,.... Roclz. Island LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Beta Sigma Psi Phi Eta Sigmag A. I. C. E.g Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 3, 415 Interfraternity Council Q-0 Honors Day QI, JJ Jol-IN ROBERT JANOVIC ,...............i... Chicago EDUCATION Art University of Chicago MILDRED JOSEPHINE JARED. .....,..,..,... Olney JQURNALISM News aml Editorial Warner Hall The Daily Illini Q41 McKendree College MILFREIDA LOUELLA JARED, ......,......,, Olney LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Warner Hall Anonian Literary Society McKendree College MARVIN OTTO JECK ................,,,....,... Peoria LIDERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Medics Theta Chi Scabbard and Bladeg Varsity Rifle Team f2Jg Manager, Men's Rifle Teams Qijg Sec- ond Lieutenant, University Brigade 132 Bradley Polytechnic Institute ALICE CAROLYN JENKINS ................ Chicago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Delta Pi Indiana University THE ILLIO ROBERT BRADFORD JENKINS ..., Midway, Fla. COMMERCE General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Eta Sigma Georgia School of Technology RUTH RQDERTA JENKINS .... Floyrlada, Texas AGRICULTURE Home Economies Alpha Delta Pi University of Texas ROBERT HARRY JENSEN ................ Cents-alia GENERAL AGRICULTURE Agricultural Education Club Southern Illinois State Normal University HELEN MARIE JERVIS ....,.,..,..,.., Champaign AGRICULTURE Home Economics Atlanta Home Economics Club EDWARD FREDERICK JOCHEN ..... Champaign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry A. I. C. E.g Men's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, Honors Day C2, 31 New York University GEORGE ALLISON JOHNSON ....... Harrisburg GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Zetag Major, University Brigade 1413 Dairy Club, Poultry Judging Team C215 Dairy Judging Team QU HAROLD ADAMS JOHNSON ,........... Rockford FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Musit' Chi Beta Mu Kappa Alphag Concert Band Q2, 3, 4D HOWARD OSTAI. JOHNSON ....,,,,.,,,, Malloon PHYSICAL EDUCATION Lambda Chi Alpha Freshman Varsity Football Squad, Varsity Football Squad 12, 323 Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad A OF ILL-INOIS ' Page 80 OF 1935 HOWARD VINCENT JOHNSON. ........... Athens AGRICULTURE Agricultural Economics JAMES LEWIS joHNsoN .................... Lincoln COMMERCE Banking and Finance Delta Tau Delta Tu-Masg Accountancy Clubg Interfraternity Council Q4-j Lincoln College MM'-IE FRANCES JOHNSON ,.,..,...... Oak Park JOURNALISM Aaivcrtising and Publishing Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Delta WALLACE SIMEON JOHNSON ...... . ............. . ---.. .......... ....................... S In-ridan, Wyo. CIVIL ENGINEERING Alpha Delta Phi A. S. C. E. Virginia Military Institute WALTER ALLEN JOHNSON .....v.. Wood River MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Pi Tau Sigmag Engineering Council C413 St. Patrick's Day Dance Committee UD: A. S. M. E. Honors Day CJD ROBERT DALE JONES ................... Monlicello COMMERCE Imiurtrial Arlminislralion Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Varsity Track Squad Q2, 31 Honors Day fl, 2h DONALD THOMAS JORDAN ,.,,..,...... Chicago FINE AND AI-I-LIED ARTS Architecture Alpha Rho Chi A. S. C. E. LLOYD MARVIN JOSHEL ,..........c.,..... Geneva LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Kappag Sigma Xig Pl1.1 Lambda Upsilong Phi Eta Sigmag The H110 fl, Zjg Senior Jacket Committeeg A. I. C. E.g Interfraternity Council Q3, 41 Honors Day fl, 2, U5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key QU Page 8 1 CHARLES FREDERICK JOST ..,,, East St. Louis FINE AND APPLIED AR'l'S Archilccturv Beta Sigma Psi Arepog Production Staff, "I Pagliacci" CSJQ First Regimental Band fl, 215 Interfratern- ity Council Q2, U LUCILLE ESTHER JOST .................. LaGrange PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Psi Kappag Terraping W. A. A. Nu- merals UIQ W. A. A. Swimming Manager CBJQ Life Saving Clubg P. E. Major Club Normal College of the American Gym- nastic Union WILLIAM HARVEY JUDY ................... Paxton JOURNALISM News and Erliloriul Phi Kappa Phig Kappa Tau Alphag Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Delta Chig Alpha Kappa Delta Honors Day fl, 2, Hg University of Illinois Scholarship Key OJ PAUL JOSEPH KAMINSKI ................. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Merlicr Phi Eta Sigmag Sarmatia Clubg Independent Council 13, 41 Honors Day Q11 EDWARD HENRY KANN ,... ,,,.,, ..,.., C h icago COMMERCE Acco1mtancy Theta Xi The Illio Cl, 213 Accountancy Clubg Second Regimental Band fl, 25 JOHN GORDON KASBEER ......,....,,.. Priucclon LIBERAL ARTs AND ScIENCEs Economics Sigma Chi University of Arizona FRED WILLIAM KASCH ,,,,,,,,iD,,,,.v,-,,, Chimgg I PHYSICAL EDUCATION Delta Chi Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Squad, Letter 12, 35 RUTH KA'rz ,.......,,,,,..,,., .,,,,, ,,,,, C I, img., EDUCATON F rcnch . L , 4 VT" , J RSM r . LINOI CLARENCE HENRY KAVANAGH, JR. ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,WilllIrlfe LIBERAL AR'I's ANIJ ScIENt'Es Hixlory Theta Delta Chi josravrt joIIN KAVOLUS , Kl'lL'lIlll'f' COMMERCE f'll'l'0lHIffHH"Y Beta Alpha Psi: Accountancy Club: Com- merce Council HJ Honors Day Cl, 2, 33: University of Illinois Scholarship Key CJD DONALD I'IOWlil.L Klill. ,, ,,,, lilmburxl LIIIERAI, AR'I's ANII SI:IENcEs Economics Phi Delta Theta Board of Directors, Illinois Union C-U: Sophomore Track Manager Purdue University IQLEANOR KEI'rII ,, , ,,,., . Cbimgo LIIIERAI. AR'I's AND Sc:IIaNc:Es History Pi Beta Phi Orehesis: Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feathers: Dads' Day Committee 121: Home- coming Committee 123: Y. W. C. A. Fi- nance Committee CZD: Y. NV. C. A. Social Committee Q21 MARY KEITH , , , ,Luke Forex! LIIIERAI. AR'I's AND Sc:IENcEs Frvurb Gamma Phi Beta Radcliffe College: Northwestern Uni- vcrsIty GRACE KELLEY . .... ,..,., , .. , ...Rockford LIIIERAI. AR'I's ANII Sc'IENcEs l:?'l'lll'h Theta Upsilon Social Committee, WoI11:III's League KU: Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feathers: jamesonian Literary Society: Life Saving Club jAMI3s EDWIN KEI.I.ooG ,,,,, , W Chapin CIVII. ENGINEERING A. S. C. E. Bradley Polytechnic Institute: Illinois College TIIELMA ELAINE KEI.I.Y , , ,, Chicago EDUCATION English Medea University Chorus 13, 41 Crane junior College Y OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO AIAMES FRANCIS KENNEDY . Monml Cify FINE ANI: Al'l'LIliD AR'I's Lulzilxriijn' llI'1'lJNl'I'flll'l' U. l.. A. S. SUNNY KENNEDY .,.,,,.,,,,,,,,.. BHHKIIO, N. Y. LIEIHRAI. AR'I's AND SCIENCES Slveecb Chi Omega Sigma Delta Phi: The Daily Illini QZJ: Life Saving Club 122: Cast, "The Adding Ma- chine" QU: Production Staff, "Gold in the Hills" 122, "A Christmas Carol" 121, "Good Morning, Dearie" CU University of Miami CHARI,Es WliSl.lHY KERCIINER Chicago LIBIZRAI, ARTS ANI: SI:IENcEs Cbenlislry Pi Kappa Alpha Eastern Illinois State 'I'eacher's College DOROTI-I1' I.ouIsE KERR ,, ,,,, , Slauufon EnUcA'rIoN Biology Alpha Gamma Delta Mortar Board: Torch: NVomen's Fditor, The lllio C-U: Gamma Alpha Chi: The Illio fl, 2, SJ: First Council, WonIaII's League C-lj : Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feath- ers: Mothers' Day Committee 121: Dads' Day Committee Q21 5 Homecoming Commit- tee QZJ: XVomen's Glee Club fl, 2, 3, -H: Pan-Hellenic Council MJ: Production Staff, "Hit thc Deck" OJ l,oUIs NICCiI.liN'l'HEN KEssI.ER flnlmrn COMMERCE C:l'lll'I'tll BlIXflll'.YS Alpha Kappa Psi: Accountancy Club: First llegimental Band Q31 Blackburn College VIRGINIA MoRRIs KIZUSINK Cbnnlfmign LIIIERAI, ARTS ANII ScIENc'Es I're-Legal Kappa Kappa Gamxna NVILLIAM JAMES KEYEs Lulu' Ciluy AGRICUI.'l'UlkE Agrirlrlflmal EFOIIOIIIIUX Agricultural Club TPONALD EUGENE KIIIIIEY Kiumrx Cily, Mo. LIIIERAI, AR'I's ANI: SczIENc:Es Mrrllnvmlfirx Y. M. C. A. Cabinet U, 41 Kansas City junior College Page 8 2 OF 1935 WENDELL RICHARD KILTZ ,, Elgin ENGINEERING PHYSICS Phi 'Eta Sigmag Sigma Xig Engineering Physics Societyg Major, University Brigade 141 CAROLYN KIMIIALL , . ...,. .,TnyIor1fii1Ir LIDERAI. AR'l'S AND SCIENCES Sjmetwlr Kappa Alpha Theta Y' W. C. A. Cabinet 13, 415 WoII1eI1's Ylmilty Debate Team 13, 419 Production Puff, "Yellow jacket" 131, "Beyond the Horizon" 131, "The Mad Hopes" 141 Christian College I -. . llU'.H'l0N XVIIITCOMB KIMIIALL N1llll'lJlJ COMMERCE Al'4'0lIll,UllK'.1' ami Iiurrlting uml liimlllfe Sigma Phig Cast, "Wotta Racket" 1l1, l'he Silent 1X!oman" 121 RoIIER'r i'll'iNRY KINDERMAN , Onle. Park, COMMERCE Cu in IIll'l'l.'L' and La IU Delta Phi pl1i'Kappa Phig Atlelphic National Literary Soclffyi Men's Varsity Debating Team 121g MUD S Glee Club 1315 lnterfraternity Coun- cil 141 Morton junior College AUGUsT BEI.'rzNER KING ,.,,. . lolirl LIBERAL ARTS AND Sc:IENGEs Pre-Legal Theta Chi Joliet Junior College ll'WffP ADAMs KING, JR. .......,,.,,,,.,.,. Molim' HNGINEIERING PHYSICS Zeta Psi Scabbard and Bladeg Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Syn- KOH: Student Alumni Association 131g Y. Mgc. A. Cabinet 1313 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1413 Chairman Home- coming Football Dance 141g Co-Cliairman .lllmor Informal Committee 1315 Interfra- termty Council 141 lsAIIEI.I.E JOSEPHINE KINsEI.I.A ..., Cbirago COMMERCE Accormtanry NortlIwestern Universityg Crane junior College UI.YssEs GRANT KINSEY ,.,.... ,,,,., N lrlcan AGRICULTURE Baclvrioingy Sigma Phi Epsilon Page Kj NlARY CATHERINE KIRBY, , Chicago EDUCATION English Delta Zeta Chicago Normal College lJAVlll IiAs'I'oN KIRRIIATRIGR, Somomiuk GIENIEIKAL ENGINEERING Chi Beta Scabbard and Blade: Theta Taug Track Manager 1213 Captain, University Brigade 141: Coast Artillery Clubg Illini Flying Club: A. S. M. E.: A. S. C. E. NlARllI VIRGINIA KLAIIPERIUI wlillllfffc' LHHEIKAI. ARTS AND Sc:IENcEs lfrrqlixlz Beta Phi Alpha RICHARD DOUGLAS KLEENE .,,...,., Cbimga LIBIEIKAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Crane junior College EUGENE LED KLEIN ..t,,... Kunxax Cillv, Mo. LIBERAL AR'I'S AND SCIENCES Cb:-miral Engineering Kansas City junior College GI'oRGE RICHARD KLEIN ,,,,,, LaSalle COMMERCE Banking and Fimrnre Accountancy Club La Salle-Peru junior College KERMIT EARL KLINIZ .....,......,, Blamlinxrfillr' AGRICULTURE Animal Husbandry Farm House Alpha Tau Sigmag Phalanxg Sophomore In- tramural Manager: First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 1415 Social Committee, Y. M. C. A. 12, 31 AIEAN ELIZABETH KDEHLER ,,.,,,.,.....,,,.,,., . Mil1llFdIl0liX, Minn. LIEERAL AR'I's AND St:IENc:Es French Kappa Alpha Theta Easier . - Sl 7 5 f i! I af 1' I A 'G 1 4 . P. G ,W ,XB 1 I I 'K R HELEN LOUISE KDEHM ...,A...,...,.. Greenfield AGRICULTURE Home Economies Blackburn College STEPHEN EARNEST KOELZ .........,..,... Moline EDUCATION Zoology August'ana College, St. Ambrose College ETHELYN DUNN KoHLsTED'r..St. Louis, Mo. EDUCATION Speech Loki Dames Club Wfashington University BURTON BEEKMAN KOHN ................... Ioliel FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Archifeclnrul Engineering Phi Epsilon Pi Freshman Varsity Tennis Squadg The Daily Illini 111 MARTHA LEAINE KoI-IN ....., Columbus, Ohio LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Spanish Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma Delta Pig Gold Feathersg The Illio 1l1g Woman's League Elections Committee 1413 Dads' Day Committee 1213 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee 1315 Homecoming Committee 1313 Pan-Hellenic Council 141 Ohio State University PAULINE ELIZABETH KOLB ............, Lebanon EDUCATION English Gamma Phi Beta Homecoming Committee 1315 Dads' Day Committee 1313 Illini Theater Guildg Pro- duction Staff, "Hit the Deck" 131, "Beyond the Horizon" 131, "The Mad Hopes" 141 Lindenwood College ELIZABETH KOLLER .,.,.......,., ....,,., U rhana JOURNALISM News and Editorial The Daily Illini 11, 21 EDWARD CHARLES KONCHAL ,,,-4.,4, ,,,Cin-ro COMMERCE Aecounlanry Beta Alpha Psig Accountancy Club Morton Junior College THE ILLIO FRANK LouIs KoNoI'AsEIt ...............,.. Cicero COMMERCE Industrial Arlnzinislraiion Theta Upsilon Omega Freshman Varsity Football Squadg First Regimental Band 13, 413 Cast, "The Silent Woman" 131 Morton junior College WANDA FRANCES KosINsKI .....,,..,,.. Chicago EDUCATION Spanish Medea Sarmatia Clubg El Circulo Literario de Es- panol EDWARD FRANK KOSIOR .......,........,... Chieago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Zoology Aucusr JOHN KOWALSKI ...,.............. Chirago COMMERCE General Business Delta Chi Tribe of Illinig Band of Xg Freshman Var- sity Baseball Squadg Varsity Football Squad 13, 41, Letter 1213 Varsity Baseball Squad 12, 315 Accountancy Club IRWIN HAROLD KRAss-KESTIN ........ Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speeeh Concert Band 13, 415 University Orchestra 12, 3, 413 University Chorus 12, 31 HAROLD HERMAN KIIEEET ........,... . ..,., Cirero ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Phi Kappa Phig Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug A. I. E. E. Morton junior College Joi-IN CALEB KRIEGSMAN ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Pekin LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Economics Alpha Kappa Lambda Men's Glee Club 121 MILTON WOODROW KRISSMAN ..... ,.,.. C hu ago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Omicron Alpha Tau University of Chicago THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Page 84 OF 1935 MARY ELIZABETH KRows ........... Champaign AGRICULTURE Home Economic: CHARLES HARVEY KRusA .............,.,. Naples GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Clubg Agri- cultural Education Clubg Livestock Judg- lng Team 141 ' HOWARD MASAYUKI KUBOTA ................... . - ---- ----- ..,..... ............ . . L aupahoehoe, Hawaii FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Architectural Engineering Cosmopolitan Club A. S. C. E. RUTH JOSEPHINE KUHN ........... Champaign LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Economics AlPl1a Epsilon Phi Torch: The Daily Illini qi, 2, sp: Momm- Day Committee 121 g Dads' Day Committee 1.21: Homecoming Committee 1315 Produc- tion Staff, "Hit the Deck" HARRIS STERLING KUNDA ,.... ....,.. W oadstock COMMERCE General Business ACCountancy Club Illinois College A1-FRED THEODORE KURER ,............ Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architecture Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squadg Sarmatia Clubg Plym Prize Winner Northwestern University ROBERT WARREN LAKE .................. Wheaton CIVIL ENGINEERING Sigma Pi Skull and Crescentg A. S. C. E. ROSE CI-IERIE LANDFIELD ............... Chiragv EDUCATION Zoology Crane Junior College Page 8 5 MARJORIE ADELAIDE LANDSNESS .............. Sioux Rapids, Iowa EDUCATION Biology Beta Sigma Omicron First Council, Woman's League 1413 Uni- versity Chorus 13, 41 Honors Day 131 Des Moines University WILLIAM MONDENG LANGDON .. La Grange LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Delta Upsilon Lyons Township junior College MAY VICTORIA LANTZ ..............,....... Chicago JOURNALISM Special and Critical The Daily Illini qs, 41 Crane Junior College JOHN ROBERT LARIMER .,.................... Salem COMMERCE Accountancy ami Banking and Finance Sigma Nu Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig The Daily Illini 11, 213 Com- merce Council 141g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 13, 41g Board of Directors 141g Account- ancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 ERIC MARSHAL LARSON, JR.. ........... Chicago COMMERCE General Business Delta Chi Tribe of Illinig Delphinsg Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Varsity Swimming Squad 121, Letter 13, 41: Sophmore Baseball Managerg Second Regimental Band 11, 219 First Regimental Band 13, 413 Men's Glee Club 12, 3, 415 Accountancy Club THOMAS FRANKLIN LATZER ,.,. St. Louis, Mo. COMMERCE General Business Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Eta Sigma, Accountancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 131 DOROTHY HELEN LAWRENCE ........, Chicago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Delta Pi Orchesisg W. A. A.g Minor IA University of Wisconsin ALEXANDER EDWARD LAWSON Mount Olive LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Chi Phi Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Riflesg Student Senate 1413 Colonel, University Brigade 1415 Military Councilg Military Ball Com- mittee 141g Officer's Ball Committee 141g Coast Artillery Club Honors Day 11, 21 NIEl.SON I'IALL LAYMAN ,,..,,,,, ,,,, D nQuoin COMMERCE Commerce and Law Phi Delta Theta Ma-Wan-Da5 Sachemg Phi Eta Sigma5 Band of X5 Football Manager 12, 315 Y. M. C. A. Board of Directors 1415 Cast, "Hit the Deck" 1315 Illinois Union Minstrel Show 131 Honors Day 11, 31 NANCY LOUISE LEACH H , .,,,,, CbI'sh'rficlIl LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hixfory Blackburn Collegcg Illinois State Normal University GEORGE WADE LEDBETTER Elizubcfhlowu ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Phi Sigma Kappa Tribe of Illinig Palaestra5 Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squadg Varsity Wrestling Squad 121, Letter 1315 A. I. E. E. LQIIARLIES KENT LEEPER . . Linn: COMMERCE Generul Bnsimnrs Pi Kappa Alpha Tu-Mas5 Band of X5 President, Junior Class5 Student Council 1315 Illinois Union Cabinet 1315 The Illio 11, 215 Freshman Frolic Committee5 Sophmore Informal Committee5 junior Informal Committeeg Senior Informal Committee5 Accountancy Clubg Second Regimental Band 11, 2, 315 Interfraternity Council 13, 41 Honors Day 111 RoIIERT I-IERMAN LEIIMI-UI-IL , , . Cbirugo COMMERCE lmlnslrial Arlmirlixlrafion Sigma Phi Epsilon Scabbarcl and Blade5 Pershing Riflesg Var- sity Rifle Letter 12, 3, 415 Major, Univer- sity Brigade 1415 Cavalry Officers Club5 Military Ball Committee 1415 Officers Ball Committee 141 GEORGE JOHN LEI-INERER , ,,,, Rock Islam! RAILWAY NIECHANICAL ENGINEERING Railway Clubg A. I. M. E. St. Ambrose College ORIAN GREGG LEMEN ,, . .. Champaign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Phi Omega Pi Arepo5 Orange and Blue Feathers5 Women's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Choral Society 1415 Production Staff, "Good Morning, Dearie" 131, "I Pagliacci" 131, "The Mikado" 131, "Tales of Hoffman" 141 NIARJOIUE IRENE LEMPKE, ,.,.. ..,KF1UIlll!'L' PIIYsICAL EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Sigma Nug Torch5 Soccer 1115 Hock- ey 12, 3, 415 Apparatus 11, 2,315 Basket- ball 1l, 215 Volleyball 1315 Baseball 12,31 THE ILLIO FRED KoLI3 LEo ,,.,. ,,.,,,,..,,,,,,..,,,.., D e Kalb JOUIKNALISM Aflvcrlising ami Publishing The Daily Illini 121 Northern Illinois State Teachers College HELENE ANGELINE LEONARD Clvirugo LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Crane junior College BENJAMIN ALFRED LERNER ,...,, .. Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Phi Beta Delta Senior Invitation Committee5 Senior Jacket Comn1ittee5 Co-Chairman, junior Prom Committeeg Sophmore Cotillion Committceg A. S. C. L. GERALD PREs'I'oN LERNER ,. St. Louis, Mo. IILI'iC1'RICAI. ENGINEERING Pershing Rifles5 Pi Tau Pi Sigma5 Captain, University Brigade 141 SIEIII-IEN LEvITAs ..,.............. Cbimgo COMMERCE General Business Accountancy Club ALBERT MAcCuI.LouGH LEvY . , Oak Park. CIVIL ENGINEERING Tau Nu Tau5 Pershing Riflesg The Techno- graph 13, 415 A. I. C. E.5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 Honors Day 131 ALTA HYDE LEWIS ,. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,.,ss I Iuflrr LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Slwvvb Sigma Delta Phi5 Women's Glee Club 1415 University Chorus 141 Blackburn College IIEN CIIARI.Es LEwIs, JR. ,.... Memphis, Twin. COMMERCE Imiuxlriul Arlminixlralion Zeta Beta Tau Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Captain, Varsity Baseball 1415 Tribe of Illini5 Band of X5 Varsity Baseball Letter 12, 31 OF ILLINOIS Page X6 OF 1935 RUTH liLIzAIIE'I'IfI LIEYDIG ,,,,.. ,,..... D ixon IDIBERAI. AR'rs AND SCIENCES Speech Orange and Blue Feathersg University Choral Soeietyg Cast, "Good Morning, Dearie" 131, "Beyond tlIe Horizon" 131 University of Vlliseonsin NAUMI LAURA LEYIVIE H Sl. Louis, Mo. PIIYsICAI. lEDUCA'I'IoN W. A. A.g P. E. Major's Club, Hockey 13, 415 Volleyball 1315 Baseball 131 Washington University .IAY BENJAMIN LIEIIERMAN limulxrille, lml. LIBERAL AR'rs AND SCIENCES Pbiloxopby Mil'Willl-DHQ Saehcmg Phi Beta Kappag Edi- tor-in-Chief, The Daily Illini 1413 Phi Iita 318111215 Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Phi Sigmag 'Iomahawkg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 315 Student Senate 141: journalism Council 1413 Homecoming Comn1ittee 1115 Dads' Day Committee 111 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 .IIzANNE'r'rE IRIENE LIL-IliQUlS'I' . Frueporl LIDERAI, AR'I's AND SCIENCES Zoology . Phi Omega Pi Gold Iieathersg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 131g Production Staff, "Green Grow The Lilacs" .. Northwestern University WAI.'I'IfR WELLS LINDER , chit-ago COMMERCE Commerce nml LIIIU Lambda Chi Alpha Band of X3 Pierrotsg Track Manager 121: Senior Hat Committee: Sophmore Informal Comnntteeg Interfraternity Council 12, 3, 41 R0l5liR'I' FRANK LINDGREN . Chicago NIECHANICAL ENGINEERING Triangle lIIllJl'fI'AlICI'l1IlY Council 141 GORDON josuvu LINDL ,....., Kenoxlm, Wfix. FINE AND AIIIILIED AR'rs Al'l'!Jiff'l'fllI'lII Iiflgilfwriffg Gilfzzoyleg A. S. C. E. Honors Day 111 WILLIAM Guoaou LINDNEIK L . 2 ,,., .,,,,,..... ,....,.. I V extern S lrriflgx COMMERCE Aecomzlancy Delta Alpha Epsilon Accountancy Club Northwestern University: Lyons Town- Slllp junior College Pllgr' X 7 CI1ARLIzs EDMUND LINE ........ ,...., C bicugu COMMERCE General Buxinexx Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Delta Sigmag Pierrotsg Cast, "Wrmtt:I Racket" 121: Interfraternity Council 12, 31 HELEN CUR'I'Iss LINES ...,,,,.... Peoria AGRICULTURE Home Economies Delta Zeta Gold Fcathersg The Illio 121: Dads' Day Committee 12, 315 Homecoming Committee 12, 315 Production Staff, "Good News" 121, "Hit the Deck" 131, "Yellow jacket" 1319 Home Economics Clubg The Illini Grange Milwaukee-Downer College ELI ALLAN LIIIMAN .. .....,, Cbiwgn LIBERAL AR'I's AND SCIENCES Pxycbology lireshman .Varsity Track Squad PIIILII' NA'l'I-IAN I.Il'hON .... , , Cbizwgo IIIBIEKAL AR'I's AND SCIENCES Cbemixlry WILLIAM .lAMI:s I,I'I"I'EI.L ,,,,.Y , Cbirugo COMMERCE lmlnxlriul A rlmiuixlrulioll Tau Nu Taug The Daily Illini 1215 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 IMOGENLZ Loc:RE , .... .......... , ,, Emmxlou I,lBIiRAI. AR'rs AND SCIENCES German Phi Omega Pi Gregorian Literary Soeietyg Der Deutsche Vereing Le Ccrclc Frangais Northwestern Universityg Recd College VIRGINIA Loexlz .,...,,,V....,.,., flarrixblzrg EDUCATION Home Etonomirs Zeta Tau Alpha Phi Upsilon Omicrong Gold Feathersg Uni- versity Concert and Entertainment Board 121g junior Prom Committceg NVomen's Glee Club 1l, 2, 315 University Choral So- ciety 1l, 213 Le Cerclc Franeaisg Pan-Hel- lcnic Council 141 lfI.OlSIE IILlZAllIi'l'I-I LOGAN L Gulcrm JOUKNALISM News nml Eililoriul Theta Upsilon Theta Sigma Phig Gregorian Literary Society Marygrove College JAMES MITCHELL LOGAN .................. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Psi Upsilon THOMAS MANNINO LOGAN ....., Murphysboro MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Sigma Scabbard and Bladcg Tau Nu Taug Captain, University Brigade 141 JOHN HENRY LOCLI, ........ ,.... ....., R o ckford COMMERCE General Business , ,I gf CARL SAMUEL LONG, JR ................, Newman LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Merlics Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent: Omega Beta Pig Fresh- man Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Foot- ball Squad 121g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 131 PAUL GILHAM LOWE. ....................... Sulliyan COMMERCE General Business Alpha Kappa Pi ROLAND OTTO LUETZELSCHWAB ...Millstarlt CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. E.g First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 HELEN JOSIEPHINE LUSTER. ...,,...... Evanston EDUCATION English Sigma Kappa RUTH ANN LYDDON ................... Rockford LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech AlplIa Phi Torchg Sigma Delta Phig First Council, Woman's League 1415 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 13, 415 Illini Theater Guild 13, 41g Gold Feathersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg Illinois Union Minstrel Show 12, 313 Cast, "Church Mouse" 121, "Butter and Egg Man" 121, "Yellow jacket" 131, "Gold in the Hills" 131, "Adding Machine" 131 THE ILLIO REBECCA ANNE LYDY ................. .Bridgeport PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Gamma Delta W. A. A. Numerals 1313 Terraping Life Saving Club MacMurray College BURKE LYERLA. ........,..........,.......,... Hillsboro COMMERCE General Business WILLIS BERT LYNCH ............................ Dupo PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Kappa Pi First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 EDITH LYTLE. .,.........,,..........,........,.,.. Urbana LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Mathematics Chi Omega Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag Pi Mu Epsilong Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 13, 413 Gold Feathers, Orange and Blue Feathers: Mothers' Day Committee 111g Dads' Day Committee 121 Honors Day 11, 21 ANNA KATHERINE MACGREGOR ,..... ..,,,. ..............................................Lawrencewlle EDUCATION Chemistry Gamma Phi Beta Lindenwood College WILLIAM POWER MACLEAN Taunton, Mass. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Kappa Pi Varsity Soccer Squad 13, 41, Varsity Base- ball Squad 12, 3, 415 Sophmore Cotillion Committee VERNON ALLYNE MCCALLEY .............. Alton COMMERCE General Business Phalanx, Captain, University Brigade 141 Shurtleff College JOHN SILAS MCCANNON ............ Sugar Grove AGRICULTURE Agricultural Education Tau Kappa Epsilon Illinois Agriculturist 12, 315 Wrestling and Circus Manager 12, 31g Captain, University Brigade 1413 Caisson Clubg Interfraternity Council 131 Page 88 OF 1935 MARGARET JANE MCCASKILL ............ Urbana EDUCATION English Delta Delta Delta University Concert and Entertainment Board 42, 31 MARCELLA EVINGER MCCAULEY .......,.. Sirlc-ll LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Beta Phi Alpha First Council, Woman's League C413 W0men's Glec Club C31 DePauw University RUTH GILBERT MCCLAIN ,...,........... Chicago JOURNALISM News ami Eclilorial Alpha Delta Pi Torch! Kappa Tau Alpha: Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini Cl, 213 Gold Feathers3 Shi- Ali Orange and Blue Feathersg Sophmore Cotillion Committceg Anonian Literary So- cxety LEWIS SHEPPARD MCCLUIKE, ......,... Chicago MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Scabbard and Bladcg Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Fresh- fnlln Varsity Fencing Squadg Varsity Fenc- U18 Squad 12, 313 Freshman Varsity Gym- nastnc Squadg A. S. M. E.3 First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q41 HARRY WEBER MCCULLOCH, JR. ..,Ponfiac LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa Skull and Crcscent3 The Illio Cl, 21 THOMAS HOWARD MCCULLY .................. Cily, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING University of Kansas3 Kansas City junior College .l0HN ALLEN MCDORMAN ,.,... Bloominglou ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING B01-WAR SMITH MCDOUGAL ....,........ .... . -- --.. .... ....... , . I ,,,,,,.,.,,,-,,,,,,,,, Booneville, Miss. LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Pre-Medici Kappa Sigma SYnton3 University Concert Band CZ, 3, 41 Millsaps College Page 89 HELEN TAYLOR MCGILL ...,...,........ Walxcka EDUCATION Biology Beta Sigma Omicron First Council, Woman's League 1313 Gold Feathers3 Orange and Blue Feathersg TlIe Illio 11, 21 3 Sophmore Cotillion Committee, Dads' Day Committee 431: Women's Glec Club QI13 Pan-Hellenic Council 12, 31 JULIE JANET MCHALE .,..,,. ,,......... . Chicago LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Bacleriology Terraping The Siren C213 W. A. A.3 Le Ccrcle Frangaisg Dcr Deutsche VereiII JAMES ALVAI-I MCHARD ..................., Alcilo LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chcmisfry Alpha Chi Sigma Phalanx3 Major, University Brigade f41Q Caisson Club, Men's Glec Club QI, 2, 3, 41 ALICE LUCILLE MCINTIIIE ...,, . ........, Sullivan EDUCATION Ho me Ef'0ll0Illll'.i Acolia CATI-IARINE PEARL MCINTYRE .,...,,. .Mazou EDUCATION Lrrlin Kappa Delta Illinois State Normal Universityg Florida State College for Women MARY ALICE MCINTYRE .,.....,,,,,.., NP1UlIIzIlI COMMERCE Gl'llC'NIl BIISlll!'.YS WarIIer Hall Mortar Boardg Torchg President, W. G. S. Q413 Student Senate C413 Vice-President, Woman's League Q413 Orange and Blue Fcarhersg Independent Informal Committee 431, Accountancy Club MARGERY ELIZADETIVI MCKEE .i,, Chamjmign EDUCATION Sjunlish Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Lambda Delta, SlIi-Ai WII.LIAM SAMUEL MCKOWN ....,,., Sullivan AGRICULTURE Agricullurnl Economics Business Manager, Illinois Agriculturist f41j Illinois Agriculturist fl, 2, 313 A. S, A. 12.3 Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Engineering Club it If If li? JAMES CIIAREES MCLAELEN ,,,..., Aurora LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Cbewislry North Central College FREDERICK A. MCLAUGHLIN ,.....,, Quint'-y COMMERCE General Bnsirrvxs Sigma Chi Men'S Glce Club Q5, 41 University of Notre Dann: l"iAIlRY DONALD IVICLAUGHLIN , Salem AcIRICuI.'ruRE Horlizvlllurc AlplIa GanInIa Rho Agricultural Club CA'I'I I IiRlNl5 CoNs'I'ANCE MCMA HON .I ..... ............,,...,.,. , ....,, .... . , , ,,,. Clinlou LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES llixlory TlIeta Phi AlplIa Springfield -Innior College HIaS'I'ER liLIzADE'I'I-I NICNIILLIZN Cozwlwrr FINE AND AIIIIEIED ARTS Pnlzlir' Svbool Muxifr hV4ll1lCl1'S Glee Club QI, 215 Cast, "The Mikado" Q31, "Tales of Hoffman" Q41 MacMurray College ROEERT A. MCNAMAIQA pP'UIlf!t'lXfUll'll COMMERCE Gr'm'ral Brlxillvxx Theta Delta Chi Tu-Mas S'I'ANI.Ev WRICHAI' MCNEELY ., Shelbyville EDUCATION Biol ogy The Daily Illini QI15 Second Keginlental Band Ql, 21 .IUHN QIACOII MCNEII. ., . Ct'!lll'fIlf1l LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Hixlory Delta Phi Omega Beta Pig Der Deutsche Verein5 Second Regimental Band Ql, 21 THE ILLIO MARX' MAXINE MCVAUGH,.PDll1llCffll1, Iml. JOURNALISM Nvwx uml Erliforial AlplIa ClIi Omega Torchg Theta Sigma Phig Gold Feathcrsg Orange and Blue Feathcrsg University Con- cert and Entertainment Board Q215 Mothers' Day ComnIittee Q31 IILIZABETH ROSE MADDEN ..., Chicago EDUCATION Englixb Phi OIUCSAI Pi Gold Feathers5 The Daily llliIIi Q215 Gre- gorian Literary Society Honors Day Q11 OIUHN POWELI. MAIDIJEN , Urlmrlu COMMERCE C!llllIlI0fl'B Ilml Lulu Delta Kappa Iipsilon The lllio QI15 The Daily Illini Q2, 315 A. l. C. Ii. ROlil:K'l' JAMES MADDEN . ..,. Cbinlgn LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Cbcmixlry S'I'ANI.EI' C:HKlS'l'O1'HIiR MADiiK 1Vtll'l'I'1j' Ifl.l5C'l'RlKLAL lfNGlNliliIllNG Triangle Tau Beta Pi5 Eta Kappa Nu5 A. I. Ii. Ii.: First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q41 Honors Day QI, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Q31 CZATHEIUNIL PoR'I'IA NIALCOM ,. Chicago LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Spanish Alpha Xi Delta XV. A. A.5 Major I. A. Q415 Tennis Q3, 415 Hockey Q3, 415 Basketball Q3, 415 Appar- atus Q315 Baseball Q35 415 Le Cercle Fran- eaisg El Circulo Literario de Espanol Northwestern University JOSIZPHINE ROSE MAI.LoY ,,,, Cbamfmign LIRERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hixlory Theta PlIi Alpha Gold Feathers l,UKU'l'HY El.lZAllli'l'Il MAl.ONli , Dt-Kalb I.nIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Chi Omega Alpha Kappa Delta5 The Siren Q315 Hume- coming Committee Q415 Y. W. C. A. Cahi- IIct Q41 Northwestern University Y OF ILLINOIS Page 90 OF 1935 MAR'l'!1A LoUIsE MALONEY ......,... Deculur LIBERAL ARTS AND ScIIzNcEs Spanish Pi Beta Phi James Millikin University 1iI.IzAuE'rIl KIRWAN MANN ..Y..,, Cbcslcr LIBERAL ARTS AND ScIENcIzs Evorloluics Park College l.liO'1'A MAE MANSIIERGER . . MOllIOIl1'L' EDUc:A'rIoN Biology First Council, Won1an's League 1315 W. A. A. Numerals 1413 Hockey 12, 3, 41: Volley- ball 12, 3, 413 Teniquoit 12, 3, 41 ,lAMlis l'lIEWl'l'T MAN51:n5Ln ,,,,,,, ,,,,, E lgin COMMERCE Gem-ral Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Kappa Psi, First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 141 SECONDINO PAUI. MARcHI5I.I.o Rock Islam! EDUCATION French Sl. Ambrose College MARVIN MARKS ,,,, , ,,,,,,,...,,. ,, ..,,,, Cbifdgo EI.I5c'rRIcAL ENGINEERING A. I. E. LAWRENCE FREDERIQLR MAkK10'l"F .. Browns GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Tau Alpha Honors Day 12, 31 l:lkIiD TArI.oIt MARsIIAI.I, Cllirugu I.IIxIaRAI. AR'rs AND SCIENCES Cbvmislry Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 415 University Orchestra 11, 21 Honors Day 111 Page' '91 LoRaAINE RUTH MARsrIAI.L, ...,. . .. Cbicugu FINE AND AP1'LlEI7 ARTS Painting CATHERINE EI.IzAIIE'I'H MARTIN ...Danville 1EDUcATIoN I-Iislory Beta Phi Alpha PAUL BER'I'HoI.D MARXEN . . ,,,. Elgin FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Al'L'l7iiFFfll1'lll Eilgirlecriflg Alpha Rho Chi A. S. C. Ii. FRANc:Es LOUISE MASIOKUS Harrisburg COMMERCE Trfnlc mul Civic S1't'rcIm'inl Seruirc Alpha Xi Delta Torchg Phi Chi Theta: Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feathers, The Daily Illini 111, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1315 junior Prom Committee, Summer Entertainment Committee 131 Honors Day 111 RAYMOND Woooaow MASON . Cbrixnmn LIIIERAI. AR'I's AND ScIENcEs Hislory Sigma Delta Kappa, Captain, University Brigade 141 MAIKION LUCll.l.Ii MA'l'HESlUS ..... Oak Puri: LIDERAI. ARTs AND SCIENCES English Gamma Phi Beta Mask and Baubleg The Illio 111g Home- coming Committee 11, 2, 315 Dads' Day Committee 11, 2, 31, Production Com- mittee, WoInan's League 11, 2, 31, Fresh- man Education Committec 131 MARY ELIZADETII MATIIIAS Chicago joURNAI.IsM News Illlll Ezlilorinl Kappa Kappa Gamma Production Staff, "Gold in the Hills" 131, "Good Morning, Dearie" 131, "Hit the Deck" 131 DePauw University .IoI1N XVILBUIK NlA'I"l'HIiWS , , Primwfillc AGRICULTURE A,qric'l1llln'al liilrlralioll Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural lidueation Clubg Der Deutsche Vcrein Honors Day 111 MARY JANE MATTHEWS ....,....,..,.,..... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Kappa Kappa Gamma Lasell Junior College MARIAN FRANCES MATTI-IEWSON ...... DeKalb AGRICULTURE Home Economics Alpha Gamma Delta Home Economics Clubg The Illinois Agri- culturist 1315 Women's Glce Club 1313 Homecoming Committee 141 University of Minncsotag Northern Illi- nois State Teachers College LOIS LOUESA MATTIx ...,.......,.,,,,,,,,,, Tuscola AGRICULTURE Home Economics Cerina Orange and Blue Feathersg Dads' Day Com- mittee 11, 21, Homecoming Committee 11, 21, Home Economics Clubg Burrell Botany Club MARY ELIZABETH MATTIx. .,...........,. Tuscola EDUCATION Home Economics Orange and Blue Feathersg Home Economics Clubg NVomen's Glee Club 121 Illinois Wesleyan University BEN WYMER MAXWELL ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Urbana FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Arc'hih'z'inrc Sigma Phi Sigma Second Regimental Band 11, 2, 31 ROBEKT LEE MAY ,.,..., ., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Chifago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chcmislry Sigma Xig A. C. S. Crane Junior College RICHARD AULD MAYEURY. Kansas City, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Sigma Phi Epsilon The Tcehnograph 131 Kansas City Junior College PAUL ALLEN MEGLITSCH ..,... Morrisonuillc LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Zoology Illinois College THE ILLIO GRACE MEIER. ................,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Northbrook LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Alpha Sigma Nug Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag First Council, Woman's League 141g W. A. A.g Minor IAQ Soccer 11, 2, 315 Bas- ketball 1l, 213 Apparatus 1215 Baseball 11, 2, 315 Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathers Honors Day 11, 21 HARRY MEIRREN ..................,.,..,. ..., C hicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Sachemg Varsity Track Manager 12, 31 I ARNIETA JOHANNA MEISLAHN ,..., Montrose LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Alpha Omicron Pi INEz DOROTHY MELIN .....,............. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English CLIFFORD NICHOLAS MELZER ........,. Chicago ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Major, University Brigade 1413 Military Councilg A. I. E. E. CLARE ADEL MENTZ. ............,..,,,,,,,, Chicago JOURNALISM News mul Ediloriul Mortar Board, Torchg Kappa Tau Alphag Theta Sigma Phig Orange and Blue Feathers, The Daily Illini 12, 315 Sophmore Cotillion Committee FRANK RICHARD MERCER .... Granilc Cily LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Mufhvnmlivs Tau Kappa Epsilon Skull .Ind Crescentg Polo Association 1415 Captain, University Brigade 1413 Men's Glce Club 11, 2, 3, 41 LUCRETIA MARIE MICHELS ............... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Theta Phi Alpha Gold Feathersg Dads' Day Committee 121: Homecoming Committee 131g Le Cercle Franeaisg Production Staff, "Green Grow the Lilacs" 121, "Hit the Deck" 131, "You Never Can Tell" 131 Honors Day 131 Mundelein College OF ILLINOIS Page 92 OF 1935 ALVIN MERRITT MICItELsON ............ Dwight COMMERCE Banking and Finance Sigma Pi Freshman Varsity Golf Squadg Varsity Golf Sq'-Hd 13, 435 Accountancy Club MARGARET ANN MIDDAGH ........,. Bridgeport EDUCATION Biology Electra E1 Circulo Litcrario de Espanol EUGENE JOSEPH MIEs, ,,,,,,,..,......,.., .Pontiac AGRICULTURE Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squadg Varsity Cross Country Squad 12, 3, 433 Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Varsity T-rack Squad 13, 435 Agricultural Clubg FIeld and Furrow JOSEPH ANTHONY MIRSAR .............. Chicago LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Phi Kappa Scabbard and Bladeg Mask and Baubleg Slfull and Crescentg Adelphic National Literary Societyg National Collegiate Players Club! The Daily Illini 1133 Track Manager 123: Coast Artillery Club 1335 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1439 Sopho- more Informal Committee HALSEY LINCOLN MILES ,..,,,,..,..,, Galexlmrg AGRICULTURE Agricultural Education Farm House MPM Tau Alpha, Illinois Agriculturist 123 g Illini Grangeg Agricultural Clubg Dairy Club? Interscholastic Circus 1133 Dairy Judging Team 1333 Men's Glee Club 13, 43 BERN ICE EMILY MILEY .,....,,., .,...... B eecher COMMERCE General Business CMU'-EL FREDERICR MILLERI ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Atlanta COMMERCE Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag AC- Countancy Club Honors Dgy 113 ELLIS LOWELL MILLER ,......,........... Mendota COMMERCE Accountancy Bradley Polytechnic Institute Page 93 HELEN ELIZABETH MILLER ..,., Chamlleruille LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Delta Pi Carthage College KATI-IRYN ELIZABETH MlI.LER ..... Monticello LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Alpha Lambda Deltag Handball 1235 Base- ball 1235 Basketball 1233 Women's Glee Club 1133 University Choral Society 123 Honors Day 11, 2, 333 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 133 LOUISE MARGERY MILLER ...,,,....., Kanltnltve EDUCATION French Gamma Phi Beta Gold Feathcrsg Orange and Blue Featlmcrsg The Daily Illini 11, 23 MAR-rI-IA PRUDENCE MILLER ,,,,,,,,.., Urbana EDUCATION Biology Alpha Gamma Delta OLIVER CHAUNCEY MILLER, JR .,,..,, Chicago COMMERCE Accountancy Sigma Nu CULVER CARL MILLS ..................... Galexlmrg PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Delta Theta Varsity Basketball Squad 12, 33 WALLACE PARRETT MILLS ........... St. Ioxepb AGRICULTURE Agricultural El'0tl0lIIlL'X Farm House Alpha Tau Alphag Baseball Manager 1335 Second Regimental Band 11, 235 Hoof and Horn Clubg Agricultural Clubg Intcrfra- ternity Council 133 JEREMIAH MINEAR, JR. ...r.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,Rannml LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech rw QW' ROIIER1' BANK MINGLE ...... Belleville' COMMERCE Gl.'Ut'l'lIl Business Theta Xi Phi Kappa Phig Phi Eta Sigmag Interfratcrn- ity Council Washington University DAVID KILBURY MITCHELL .,..... ., Urbana MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Pi Tau Sigmag A. S. M. E. FRANCIS MARION MI'I'cI1ELL Sl. Ioxrrph, Mo. COMMERCE Banking ami Fimurrz' Kappa Sigma LEONARD HUCI-I Ml'l'CHELL ,,., Marion COMMERCE Gc'm'rai Bllxinvxx Accountancy Club LESLIE ISAY MI'I'c:i-II:I.I. . . Chumjmigu CSENEIKAI. AGRICULTURE Alpha Tau Alpha ISAIKFRE 'IAY IVINOUKIN Kuuxus Cily, Mo. l,AW Sigma Alpha Mu SIULICIIE Editor, lllinuis Bar Journal University of Kansas ljOIl0'l'lIY IivELx'N MOPIN .,..... Burlomfillif l'IfIYsIt:AL liDUCA'I'IoN Alpha Sigma Nug W. A. A.g P. Major's Club Bradley Pulyleelinic Institute l'IIx'I.LIs IBNID MONK H , .Oak Purk liDUCA'I'ION Fl'l'ill'l! Beta l'hi Alpha Gold Feathersg The Daily Illini C115 Anonian National Literary Fraternity OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO CHARLES DOUGLAS MONSSON Chifugo PHYSICAL EDUCATION Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad f2, 3, 413 Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad: Varsity Wrestling Squad CZ, 3, -Hg 'Freshman Varsity Water Polo Squadg Captain, University Brigade C41 AIlIfoNSO MoN'rERo ,...... ..,........., L ima, Peru LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Efxgincering Cosmopolitan Club A. I. C. E. University of Miami ALLEGRA CLAIRE MONTGOMERY ,.Y, Quincy LIBERAL AR'rs AND SCIENCES Philosophy Delta Zeta Alethcnai Literary Society Beloit College JULIA LOYAI.. MOOR ...,....,..,,,. ...,, C hirugo EDUCATION Home Economics Beta Sigma Omicron Orange and Blue Fcathersg Der Deutsche Vcrcin ALMA MAUDE MOORE ,,,,,.,,,.,......., Flat Rock AcRICUI.'ruRE H omc Econo mics IfLlZAl!E'l'H HARTLEY MOORE ........,, Bcnlou EDUCATION Hislory International Relations Club MacMurray College KA'I'IIItYN LUCILLE MOORE .. Gruyxlakc LIuIzRAL AR'I's AND SCIENCES English BIAKYAN MAUUli MOOIKE Ollcrhvin, lml. EDUCATION English ClIi Omega Purdue University I'agc 94 OF 1935 CATI-IERINE GRACE MOORMAN. Pleasant Hill AGRICULTURE Home Econo mira MJCMIIFFQY College SHUU-IE L'NEE MOORMAN .,......... Oak Park LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Economics Delta Delta Delta W' A- A-2 Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg The Illio fl, 2, JD, Y. W. C. A. Cabmet 1313 Social Committee, Y. W. C. A- 4.31: Dads' Day Committee lljg Home- iommg Committee Cljg Production Staff, The Church Mouse" Q11 JEANNE MARIE MORELAND ...,,,.,..,. Cbirngo EDUCATION Publir School Music Alpha Gamma Delta The Illio fljg Cast, "Pirates of Penzance" ill, "Yeomcn of tlIe Guard" Q21 NEWLIN DOLBEY MoRGAN, JR. .,,,,,, Urbana CIVIL ENGINEERING AGS- C. E.g First Lieutenant, University Brlglde C4Jg University Chorus 13, 413 Men's Glee Club qs, 41 FRANK MCARTHUR MoRRoW .......... Grncxro CIVIL ENGINEERING Triangle TW Beta Pig Chi Epsilon, Tau Nu Taug A. S. C. E. Honors Day 13, EvEI.vN JOSEPHINE MORTENSEN ..,Cbirago EDUCATION Home Et'0!I01lliL'S Kappa Delta Phi Upsilon Omicrong First Council, Wom- M115 League Ojg Star Course Q2, Big W. A- A4 Soccer fljg Gold Feathersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg Home Economics Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council Q32 Honors Day Q22 CARL EDWIN MORTENSON .,..,....,,,,.,.....,... ----ff.............,,..,,,,.......Niagaru Falls, N. Y. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Mvn's Glee Club my A. I. 12. University of Buffalo Cl-IARI.I:s WAI.I.ACE MORTON . ,,,,,, Clvirugn COMMIERCE Afcoiuflmrry ACCoun':ancy Club Honors Day UD Northwestern University CONSTANCE A. MosEs ........,....., Dallas, TI-.iz LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Psyrbology Alpha Epsilon Phi Orchesis Texas University TI-IELMA FERNE MOUNCE ,..,..., , ...., Touicn JOURNALISM News uml Ellilorial Theta Sigma Phi La Salle-Peru Junior College CARI.IsI.E EDWARD MOYER .,.,,,. ,. Clxinrgo COMMERCE lmluxlriul Arllllinislruliorl Theta Xi ' Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad, Letter Q2, LJ WAl.I.ACE MULBIiRRY MULLIKEN ,,.,,,,..,. .. .........,........,,,Cbamlmign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Beta Theta Pi Alpha Tau Sigmag Tu-Masg University Con- cert and Entertainment Board f2, 32, Senior Manager 1415 Student Senate f4Jg First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1413 Char- ity Ball Committee f2jg Dads' Day Com- Inittce 121g Mothers' Day Committee C22 University of Washington LEONA MAXINE MUMMERT . . , Asloria AGRICULTURE Home Economies Phi Upsilon Omicron FRANCIS I-IENRY MUNs ...,.,...,,,,,,,.,, Pcmlum COMMERCE lnmranrc Delta Phi University Concert and Entertainment Board fljg Accountancy Clubg Summer Prom Committee C39 RALPH EVERETT MUNS .... ...,. . . ,,.. Pcxolum . COMMERCE Gellvnll Bllxillesx Delta Tau Delta University of Colorado EI.IzAIaIz'I'II MURDOCK . ,,,,.... ,.,.,, L Il Grange EDUCATION English ClIi Omega Alethenai Literary Societyg TlIe Illio UQ Lyons Township Junior College 6, L, I 5 .ma ' ua THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Paar 9? "Vt .,, 4- an ii X e 'efff IRMANELL MURDOCK .........,,...,, .La Grange EDUCATION Englixh Chi Omega The Illio C31 Lyons Township Junior College HARRIET KATHERINE MURPHY Champaign EDUCATION Sociology Delta Zeta Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg Membership Committee, Y. W. C. A. Q21 I'IliI.EN ELIZABETH MURPHY ........,.....,. Paris LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Omicron Pi Torchg Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg The Daily Illini CI, 213 Produc- tion Staff, "Gold in the Hills" 131, "Good Morning, Dearie" C31 JosEI1H LAWRENCE MURPHY ...... Springfield LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemixlry HAROLD BERTRAM MYERS ,,,,,Y Spencer, Ind. COMMERCE General Business Delta Sigma Lambda Purdue University MARNIORIE ELIZABETH MYERS ,.., Champaign EDUCATION English WARREN ADAM MYNARD .,.I.,,,.,,,, Amboy AGRICULTURE Animal Hlishamlry Farm House Football Manager 1213 Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Illini 4-H Club FRANCIS OWEN NEER ,.......,,..... . .,...... Urbana LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Poliliral Scicnre Captain, University Brigade 1414 Caisson Clubg Flying Club - OF ILLINOIS THE ILLIO DOROTHY NEFF ..................... ........ M azon EDUCATION Chemistry DOROTHY PAULINE NELSON ,.... .I,. ,,., F i sher AGRICULTURE Home Erono mivs EDWARD RAYMOND NELsoN ....,...,,, Cbirago COMMERCE Accountancy Tau Kappa Epsilon Accountancy Club Northwestern University RAE MARION NELSONA ,,,,,,,.,,-,,,,,,w,,, Chia-ago EDUCATION English Alpha Xi Delta , Production Staff, "Yellow Jacket" 131, "The Adding Machine" 4315 Homecoming Committee Q31 Chicago Normal College STANLEY ARVID NELSON,..- ...,..,,,,,,,,, Moline ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug A., I. E. E. Augustana College IRWIN HERBERT NEWMAN .,,,,,,,,. ,,,, C big-ago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES History Tau Epsilon Phi The Illio U13 Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg ,Freshman Varsity Soccer Squad WILLIAM ALBERT NEWTON, ...,,,,,,,,,, Urbana LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Geology Chief Illiniwek III fl, 2, 3, 41 DOROTHY LoUIsE NICKEL .,..,.,,..,. - ,,,, Eureka LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Bacteriology Delta Gamma Eureka College Page 96 OF 1935 LILLIAN WILLETTA NIELsEN ,,,.,,... Minoolea FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Music' Beta Sigma Omicron Women's Glee Club 13, 415 Cast, "I Pag- liacci" 131, "Tales of Hoffman" 141 College of St. Francis El-MER DAVIS NoREN ...,.............. Taylowille AGRICULTURE Agricultural Education A1Pl'la Tau Alphag Phalanxg Agricultural Club: Caisson Club DRUSILLA JANE NORRIS .................... Arthur JOURNALISM News am! Editorial Medea MacMurray College El-SIE GERALDINE NoRTI-I. ....... ,.,... T oluca AGRICULTURE Home Economics Vesta Phi Upsilon Omicrong First and Second Council, Woman's League 13, 41 WILHUR ARTHUR NORTH ...... ,......... P ontmc EDUCATION History HERBERT FRANKLIN NORTON .....,... Tolono AGRICULTURE Agronomy Agricultural Club JEANNETTE NORTON ....,..,...........,.. Decatur EDUCATION Mathematics Alpha Chi Omega LC Cercle Francais James Millikin University MERRY KATHERINE NORTON ....... .,... N ormal AGRICULTURE Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi Gamma Alpha Chip The Illio 121: Dads' Day Committee 121 Illinois Wesleyan University Page 97 LowEI.L ALBERT NYE ......... West McHenry .IOURNALISM News and Editorial Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini 13, 41g University Orchestra 13, 41 Northern Illinois State Teachers College KATHERINE MARIE OEHM ...,.....I... Eldorado EDUCATION English Alpha Xi Delta Delta Sigma Epsilon Ward-Belmont Schoolg Southern Illinois State Teachers College GILBERT ERNEST OLESON ......v.......... Moline COMMERCE Commerrc and Law Phalanxg Captain, University Brigade 1415 Caisson Club Honors Day 121 CHARLES OscAR OLsoN, JR .,... I...I... C laivago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tomahawkg Varsity Football Squad 12, 41: Varsity Baseball Squad 12, 3, 41 KENNETI-I LEONARD OLSON ....,..t,... chit-ago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Theta Xi Alpha Phi Omegag A. I. C. 12.4 First Lieu- tenant, University Brigade 1415 ' Caisson Club MARSHALL HENRY OLSON ....,........... Cuprwz COMMERCE General Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beloit College ROGER DUVAL OlNEAL .,..,........ Beloit, Wis. COMMERCE Commerce and Law Phi Kappa Psi Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Crescentg FreslI- man Varsity Golf Squads Varsity Golf Squad 121, Letter 13, 415 Football Man- ager 121 Honors Day 11, 21 KENJI ONoDERA ....,....,.. Honolulu, Hawaii FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architectural Engineering Gargoyleg A. S. C. E. University of Hawaii MILTON josEI1IfI ORcU'rT ,,... Millrlale, Conn. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Lamismln' Arrhilvrlurc Beta Psi Scarab ARTHUR FRANK ORDA5 ,, .,,......Y Chirngo ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PlIi Kappa Phig Tau Beta Pig Iita Kappa Nui A. I. II. E. Crane .1l.ll1i0l' College lSMMl'iT'l' EZERIEI. ORMIs'I'oN , Prlvrslmrg IXGRICULTURIE Dairy I-I uslmml r y Phi Kappa Phig Alpha Zetag Agricultural Clubg Dairy Club: Dairy judging Team 141 Blackburn College l'IFRlHZRT H. OTTIEN ,,,,, Krniluforlh COMMERCE Commerce anal Law The Daily Illini 1l1g The Siren 12, 3, 41g Homecoming Committee 1313 Illini Flying Club 12, 315 Independent Council 12, 3, 41 CI-IARI.Es EDWARD OTTO ,,,,,, Chicago COMMERCE Gi'?ll'VAll Business Vice President, Junior Classg Freshman Var- sity Baseball Squad: Illinois Union Cabinet 131g Junior Prom Committeeg Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Dads' Day Committee 1214 Homecoming Committee 1213 Moth- ers' Day Committee 1215 Aclelphic National Literary Fraternityg Independent Council U, 2, 3, 41 CONSTANCEWILTBERGER PADDENC. Dr Knllf LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Cbl'l!lfXfI'wY Northern Illinois State Teachers College GENE WEsNER PALMER ,, ,,KIl0A'1'illF COMMERCE Banking anti Finann' Acacia Accountancy Club Knox College HARIKX' MAURITZ PALMER .. Rorkforil PIfIYsICAL EDUCATION Chi Beta Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 12, 41, Let- ter 131 THE ILLIO VERNON GEORGE PARKER ,Wic'ltliHv, Ohio LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES I Chemical Engineering Fenn College THEODORE DAVIS PARMELEE ,.... ,. , Urlunm FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Paiuling Phi Delta Theta Illustrators JUNE ELIZABETH PARSONS , , Cl!f!'Il,Q0 JOURNALISM News and Etliforiul Alpha Chi Omega Mortar Boardg Kappa Tau Alphag Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag Theta Sigma Phig TlIe Daily IlliIIi 11, 2, 313 TlIe Siren 1415 Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathers CLARENCE IECR PARTIZE, ,..,. . Ml. Cirrmrl COMMERCE Commerce and Law Beta Alpha Psig Adelphic National Literary Fraternityg Accountancy Club Honors Day 1l, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 IAN THOMSON PATTERSON ,,,.. I-Iomvwooil EDUCATION Co nz nlerce Phi Sigma Kappa SARAI-I ALICE PA'I"rERsoN .,,,...,c. ,,i,, C lrirngo LIBERAL ARTAS AND SCIENCES French Alpha Delta Pi University Concert and Entertainment Board 12, 3, 413 Gold Feathers, Orange and Blue Feathcrsg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 131 Q I'Iomecoming Committee 1215 Anonian Literary Society FRANCES MYRTLE PATTON ............. Chicago LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES French Delta Zeta Shi-Aig Basketball 1315 Swimming 1315 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1315 Dads' Day Commit- tee 131g Le Ccrclc Francais Barat College liI.Mo BROWN PAYNIZ ..,, Ml. Vernon COMMERCE General Business Alpha Tau Omega Skull and Crescentg Phalanxg Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Illinois Union Cabinet 1315 SuInmer Prom Committee 1315 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141: Cavalry Othcers Clubg Accountancy Club Page 98 OF 1935 .ll5AN FIIANt:I5s Ptsauouv , ...,,Urbana ' COMMERCE Trade ami Civil' Serrrlarial Sc'r:fiI'e Phi Mu l.noN,x -'UNI-l'l'l'li PIaII.Iz ,, ,. Newark liuucA'I'IoN Mufbcnlrilirx Aehaea Social Committee, W. G. S. CJD, Der Deutsche Verein ROSAMONIJ PIzNwIzI.I. . . , ,, Pinm l.IuIaIIAI. Arvrs AND SI:IIaNcI2s Englixb Kappa Alpha Theta Lindenwootl College R ussIzI.I. M!t.l'lAEL l'IzIIsI1IaI.I. Cbivugo Iiuut.A1'IoN Spanish Theta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Sigmag Varsity Baseball Squad CZ, 31, Letter Mig Sophomore Cotillion Committee VIVIAN Donn PI2'I'I5II ,,.,,,,,, Algonquin LIIsIaItAI. Aivrs AND SCIENCES English Delta Gamma Lake Foiest College AIWHUR LiaRor PIa'I'IaIts, ja. , ,.,e,,,, Chicago ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SYINOH: A. I. E. E., First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade HJ: Production Staff, "The Great God Brown" 422, "Patience" QZJ, "Pirates of Penzance" CZJ, "Ycomen of the Guard" QZJ, "The Mikado" OJ, "Good Morning, Dcaric" Q31 Crane junior College MARION RUTH jIiANIa'r'I'I5 PI2'rI2ItsoN - U ,,e,.., . ,... ., ,,,,,,,,,, H Cbivugu CoMMuitc:u fil'ill'fdI Buxinvxx Crane junior College KliNNIa'I'II josm-H Pli'l"I'IGRlIXVl .. Oak Park LIBIZIIAI. Airrs AND SI:II1NI:I1s ClI!'lIliXff-1' Chi Psi Ma-Wan-Dag Phi lita Signing Senior Basket- ball Manager, Skull and Crescent: Tu-Masg Student Senate l-Hg Athletic Council C41 Page 99 Giaoitou Busan PIInI.I-s , ,, Cbimgo Llnlaimt. AII'rs AND SCIENCES Cbemixfry Alpha Chi Sigma l.ANliLI.li MARIIE PIIIzLI's ..YPufluI'ab, Ky. LIBERAL ARTS AND Sc:1IaNcns linglixb Pi Beta Phi Murray State Teachers College D,II.I.As j,xMIas PI'Io'I'oI1uLos .,Url1I1mI liLIac:'I'ItIc:AL ENGINEERING Second regimental Band QI, 2, 3, -ij LouIsIa Gianvs PIANO , Sfdllllllfill Euuc:A'I'IoN Nfufbvlrluiivx WoInen's Glee Club C-U illinois College JAMES RIZIES PICKEL ., Cbullullougu, 'l'I'ull. COMMERCE GI-mfrul Buximnvs Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Eta Sigma: Men's Glee Club Georgia School of Technology lil.Y1C:U!l?I'l-I CIIA1-LAIN l'It:xIaLs Urlmml lfllUCA'l'l0N liixlory Alcestis Honors Day UD U50 EVliRI2'l"l' Pico , ,,.....,... ., .Bnlfrill liI.I2c:TiIIcAL ENcINIsI2ItINo Tau Nu Tau: Major, University Brigade Q45 PI-.Iuw IEUGIQNM PIPIQII , . , H Slullrler AGRICULTURE Dairy Mrumfurluring Alpha Phi Omegag Agricultural Clubg Dairy Technology Club, Dairy Products judging Team C41 Q 59 .ye W . if-4? W? WILLIAM GRANGER PITT .................. Chicago GENERAL ENGINEERING Tau Kappa Epsilon University of Detroit STANLEY DONALD PI'I'zER ......,.. Assumption COMMERCE ACL'0liIlfdIlf'y ami Bunlring and Filldiltl' Tau Kappa Epsilon Accountancy Club LoUIs PLAMBECK, JR. ...Y,..,Yf.A-4..-----, Mvliflf LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Claemiral Engineering Sigma Xig Staff Photographer, The Illio 12, 3, 41 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 FRANCES LOUISE PLA'r'r ,.Y............. Sl1fif1.L'ff01f1l LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES English Pi Beta Phi Gulf Park College ANDREW VERN PLUMMER. ............... Ci-'ifdgv CIVIL ENGINEERING Delta Chi DOROTHY JUNE PLUNKETT. .,......,L,, Cbirago PHYSICAL EDUCATION W. A. A.g Major IA5 Soccer 11, 2, 3, 41: Apparatus 11, 2, 3, 415 Volleyball 11, 2, 3, 415 Baseball 11, 215 Golf 131 WILLIAM PLUPAS ........,,..,,,............. Chicago COMMERCE General Business JOSEPH OTTo POKORNY ,..,,,,,........... Chirago CIVIL ENGINEERING Phalanx5 A. S. C. 12.3 Der Deutsche Verein5 Captain, University Brigade 141 THE ILLIO DOROTHY LINDSAY PooR.,.. ...I........ Oak Park JOURNALISM News am! Editorial Alpha Chi Omega Torch5 Theta Sigma Phig Student' Senate 1415 Gold Fcathersg Orange and Blue Feath- ers5 The Daily Illini 11, 2, 315 Journalism Council 1415 Dads' Day Committee 1115 Homecoming Committee 1215 Home Eco- nomics Club SARAH LORRAINE POORMAN ,......... Fairfield LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hislory Gamma Phi Beta Pi Delta Phig Hockey 12, 315 Tennis 1215 Dads' Day Committee 131g Summer Prom Committee 131 Ward-Belmont School BERNICE ERMA Pom' ,.............. ....... C bicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES History Pi Beta Phi Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathcrs5 Homecoming Committee 1215 Finance Com- mittee, Y. W. C. A. 121, Cabinet 13, 41: Co-Chairman, Campus Sister Committee 131 ROBERT BEAUMAN PORTER ............,.. Vienna LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Chi Phig Phi Delta Phi Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade 1415 Military Councilg Military Ball Committee 1415 Coast Artillery Club ROBERT WILLIAM PORTEUS ..................... Lafuyelle, Ohio AGRICULTURE Dairy Manufarluring Agricultural Council 1415 Dairy Technol- ogy Society5 Agricultural Clubg Dairy Products judging Team 141 CRAIN PAGE PORTMAN, ...............,..... Urbana PHYSICAL EDUCATION Chi Beta Ma-Wan-Dag Tribe of lllinig Freshman Var- sity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 121, Letter 13, 415 Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Varsity Track Squad 121, Letter 1315 Varsity Baseball Squad 131 DoRoTHEA POTTER, ....,...............L., Oak Park EDUCATION English The Daily Illini 1115 The Illio 111 GEORGE FIscI-IER POTTER .,.,....,......... Danwllf AGRICULTURE Dairy Mnnufarlnring Dairy Technology Society OF ILLINOIS Page I oo OF 1935 RUTH MILLS PQWNALL ....... L ....,..,.,. Decatur LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Kappa Alpha Theta DORIS DAMMANN PRAEGER .........,... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Theta Phi Alpha Gold Feathersg Junior Prom Committeeg Homecommg Committee 121 Northwestern University ROBERT JAMES PREE ,.,,,,,,, 4,.. ,.,.,,,.., S a n jose LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Psychology Alpha Kappa Delta Blackburn College GRACE GERTRUDE PREsLER. .............., Aurora LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCESA English Kappa Delta ANPOS University Concert and Entertain- ment Eoard 13, 415 Sophomore Cotillion Commxtteeg Production Staff, "The Mikado" Ui: University Orchestra 12, 31 Aurora College FRANCIS PAUL PREvE ,........,.........,... Chicago ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING A' I- E- E-5 Le Cercle Francais Dayton University KATE WILLARD PRIEsTLEY .................. Galena LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Political Science Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Lambda Delta: Gold Feathersg The Illio 12, 31 Honors Day 12, 31 Chevy Chase junior College EDWARD WALKER PRocToR. ......... Lewistown FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Landscape Architecture Scarab JOHN ROBERT PROSEK .................... Berwyn ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Sigma Phi sigma Freshman Varsity Soccer Squads A. I. E. E. Morton Junior Collegeg Armour Institute Page IoI CHARI.Es STALEY PUNTNEY .......... Grayville LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCEs Bacteriology Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 131g Freshman Varsity Base- ball Squadg Men's Glce Club 11, 2, 31 RUTH ELIZABETH PUTNAM ...........VYYs,..... ,U,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,.................,Montelair, N. I. LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Psychology Kappa Kappa Gamma Western College for Women WALTER ARMIN PTI-IRR ...........,...,. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Tau Nu Tau: Der Deutsche Vereing Le Cercle Franqaisg A. I. C. E.g First Lieuten- ant, University Brigade 141 Crane Junior College THOMAS PATRICK QUINN ..., Pittsburg, Kan. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Beta Theta Pi Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg A. I. C. E. Kansas State Teachers Collegcg University of Kansas RICHARD MARTIN RADL ..... ,..............., C icem MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Theta Upsilon Omega Mask and Baubleg A. S. M. E.g Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 415 University Orchestra 11, 213 Cast, "Silent Woman" 121, "Gold in the Hills" 131, "Green Grow the Lilacs" 121, "Yellow Jacket" 131 MICHAEL ARCANGELO RAGO ,......... Chicago EDUCATION Mathematics Crane junior College AIAMEs IIARIMER RAINEY .................... Moline LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Lambda Upsilong Phi Eta Sigmag The Daily Illini 111 Honors Day 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 BLANCHE MARGARET RAMAN ...............,s.. ,.,,,,,.........,,.,,.,..,............,Pleasant Plains EDUCATION Mathematics I QU. .- 'Q ClIAIlI,Iii XVIQNDIELI. RAMSEY Alwlo AGKIK1UI.'l'URAl. ENGINEERING Agricultural lingineering club: A. S. A. If. Iiiuanizititat lJANn1t. RANDALL Clmnrfmigu l?Dut:A'rioN Ari North Central College: San Mateo junior College CI.ll'IiORIJ Fittzoiiltltzit RANsoM chit-.W B'll.K'HANlCAI. liNGlNliI2lklNG Seabbard and Blade5 Tau Nu Taug A. S. M. Ii.5 Captain, University Brigade C41 Wll,l.lAat IiI.0N RAM' ,, , ,Urlmrm l.lIlIiRAL Aivrs AND St:naNt:iis Prz'-Mi':li4'x Phi Delta Theta Omega Beta Pi Ilucalt I.lt1u't' RAY, -Ik. Cbimgn I.lniinAl. Ants AND St'n:Nt'lis 1irmluulit'x Delta Upsilon 'I'n-Masq Sophomore Intramural Manager: Co-Chairman, junior Prom Committeeg Senior Informal Committee: Political Sei- ence Clubg Interfraternity Council fi, 41 LPWI-IN JOBDAN RIQAMLR , . Chirugu l.ll5liKAl. AR't's AND St'n2Nt'tis lirlglixlz Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Beta Kappag Phi Iita Sigmag Kappa Phi Sigma: Phalanxg Scimitar5 Varsity Fencing Squad 13, 415 Captain, Uni- versity Brigade 141 Honors Day fl, 2, 515 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Q31 VIMQINIA Iitolsta Rlitzrt , Frerlrorl IiDUt:A'rtoN Iinglixlm Gamma Phi Beta Gold Feathersg Shi-Ai5 Orange and Blue Feathersg The Illio Cl, 2, A15 junior Coun- eil, XVoman's League 1315 Sorority Chair- man, XVoman's League C215 Vocational Guidance Chairman, W'oman's League Q31 lft.oiu4.Ncli NIAIE RECTOR ,,,,, H Cbirugo EDUCATION Englixb THE ILLIO Ronmvt' LEE REDFERN ,,,,, .. , . .,,. Dixoll LIBERAL Aivrs AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Scabbard and Bladcg Alpha Tau Sigma: Pershing Rifles: The Illio Cl, 21, Military liditor C415 Captain, University Brigade 1415 Military Council Q415 Homecoming Committee C215 Dads' Day Committee C319 Summer Entertainment Committee .C313 Production Staff, "Butter and Egg Man" 111, "Green Grow the Lilacs" C21 GUY Douci,As REED ,,,,,,.,., ., ,,,,. llvnfwl IiDucA'rtoN Hislory Chi Phi Tu-Mas Southern Illinois State Normal University Rats Het.uN REED ,... ,, ,.......,., Cbinrgo Lnstzttu. Aitrs AND SCIENCES Polilirul Sl'il'lIl't' Alpha Omicron Pi ROGICIK EAM. Rttisnlzit. r,,, , ,,,,, 1:dfllll'f Cily PHYSICAL IiDutzA't'ioN Caisson Club5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade C41 liDMuNn Auous1'Rt5HwAt.n Allammzt lE1.nc'riucAL ENGINEERING lita Kappa Nu5 Syntong A. I. Ii. Ii. Honors Day 411 Doitorin' MAE R13tt:HAitD't' . Kirlzunod, Mu. FINE AND APPLIED Aivrs Puinling Gamma Phi Beta Gold Feathers5 Orange and Blue Feathers5 The Daily Illini Cl, 215 W. A. A.5 Illus- tratorsg Varsity Volley Ball Team C315 junior Council, Won1an's League C315 Chairman, Publicity Committee, Won1an's League U15 Chairman, Social Committee, NVoman's League 1415 Mothers' Day Com- mittee C315 Homecoming Committee 1215 Production Staff, "Good News" Q21 Honors Day U1 Rouieiw CHAit1.Es REINF-IAIKDT .,,. Glen Ellyn LIBERAL ARTS AND Scnmcus Cbemirul Engineering Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Lambda Upsilong Pierrotsg Senior jacket Comrnitteeg Sophomore Informal Commit- tee5 A. I. C. E.5 University Concert and Entertainment Board C21 Honors Day Cl, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 KATHEMNI2 Lucn.t.n REINAE Champaign IfDUCA'I'lON Englixb Alpha Gamma Delta ITY OF NO I ILLI IS Page me LPISIAIE Aaruun REINKING Bvrm-nvillr 1 Iil.m:'rau:ai. IENGINEER NG A. I. E. E. lilmhurst College AN rnom' Ci-iaiuaas R111-sis ,..,.,.. , LL'llfU1'4l K A Civil. IENGINEIQMNG Chl lipsilong A, S, C, IQ- MHLVIN Tl-IOM 1-soN R nu , Carllmgv COMMlzRc:lz Gr-wrul Brfximnrs Accountancy Club Carthage College l'.l.liNORli Maxima Rm'Nol.us Lmllou- liouuA'rloN I:I't'fll'b Pi Delta Phi l'U"i""-R KI'-NNli'l'H Rnoamag ,,,,,,,Y',,, " - -- - l......,,,, . Coviuglmr, Ohio lTnucA'rloN Mulbvumfirs Phi Mu Delta Nvittenherg College BARBARA LUK'll.l.li Rlcuauns ,Cbrixulun lioueA'rloN llulllz' El'llll0lllil'X Electra Phi Upsilon Omicron joux Iiviiluvrr RICHARDS ,, ,,,, ,K1'u'um'u l.IBliRAI. ARTS AND SCIIENCES Pre-I.v,qul Phi Kappa Tau il N l.ll.l,lAN LUK'l1.I,li Rlc:HsmNn Grunilc Cily AKiRICUI.'I'URE Ilnrm' lirormnlivx Page lug Rox' SAMUEL RlCKE'l"l'S .. l'rillc'c'rillv Communion A4'roullfuur'y Alpha Kappa Psi MARION ALICIZ Rlucwav . limulxluu EDUCATION llixlory Beta Phi Alpha Gold Feathers: The lllio fl, 21 Ruru l2l.lZAIili'l'll Rnzcrir., , ,, , Tolouu AGRICULTURE Cnslulm' DI'XfKllill4Q Delta Delta Delta Gold Feathers: The Daily Illini 6214 Dads' Day Committee CZJQ Chairman, Dads' Day Committee Q4Jg Mothers' Day Committee 1313 Homecoming Con1mit'tee Q2, 311 The- ater Guild CZJQ Production Staff. "Gold in the Hills" KSJQ Cast, "Good News" QZQ, "Hit the Deck" OJ, "Good Morning, Dcarie" OJ MacMurray College CARI. HliRMAN Rnzorsa ..., ..,. M uxmnhflv Commizaen Gvmwul BllXflll'SX Sigma Iota Iipsilong Accountancy Cluhg First Regimental Band fl, Zj Honors Day UD linNl2s'r WAl.i1.xUM RILEY ,, I'1w1xn11I Plnirla Aualcurfruaiz Agri1'nlfu1'ul lfl'0ll0Illit'.V Farm House Agricultural Council HJ: The Illinois Ag- riculturist KZJ: Field and Furrow Club: Agricultural Club Shurtleff College lPllil.I-.N FM' Ronliurs ,. . ,,,, , Annu laialanal. Aivrs AND Sc-ll2Nexas llmm' lir'mmnli4'x Hin.:-LN Loumi Romaars , Fuirfivlil liDUCA'I'l0N liuglixln Southern lllinois State Normal Univer' sityg Illinois State Normal University Sas1UliI.CHAlu.lis ROBERTS Sprilzgfii-lil, Mo. Clvn. ENGINIZIZRING Sigma Nu A. S. C. li.: Captain, University Brigade C41 Drury College 41 Sv wi MAXINE ROBERTSON ,....v. Des Moines, Iowa AGRICULTURE ' Home Economies Delta Delta Delta Iowa State College JOHN ISAAC ROBISON .....,.,.,,.,,,,...Y. Dewitt GENERAL AGRICULTURE VERNQN SAMUEL ROCKE ...,......,,,, Tislzilwa EoucATIoN History Men's Glec Club C3, 41, University Chorus C31 Goshen College HAROLD GUsTAvE ROETTGER Sl. Louis, Mo. JOURNALISM News and Editorial Kappa Tau Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, Journalism Council C41 Honors Day Cl, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key C31 KARL VINCENT ROHLEN ...,........... Rockford LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Beta TlIeta Pi President, Student Senate C41, Varsity Bas- ketball Squad C2, 3, 41, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Major, University Brigade C415 Coast Artillery Club WILLIAM ALEX RoI'A ...i.,.,,,. ...... C bicogo COMMERCE Accountancy Alpha Tau Sigma, Phalanx, Freshman Var- sity Football Squad, Accountancy Club, Sarmatia Club, Major, University Brigade C41 ARTHUR CHARLES ROPIIEQUET ................. St. Louis LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES I Pre-Legal Tau Kappa Epsilon McKendree College BERTIL THORSTEN ROSANDER ,.i., Rockford LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Sigma Delta Kappa Palaestra, Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad, Varsity Wrestling Squad C2, 31, Letter C41 THE ILLIO JAMES BALL ROSBOROUGH. ................. Moline COMMERCE Imlustriul Arlministrafion Kappa Delta Rho Ma-Wan-Dag Sachem, Phi Eta Sigma, Senior Intramural Manager, Athletic Coun- cil C41g Band of X LEo LEIEE ROSEMAN ..... f ...,.. ...... ...... C la irago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Medios New York University, Crane junior Col- lege JEROME BYER5 ROSENSTIEL. ............ .Freeport FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architectural Engineering Lieutenant' Colonel, University Brigade C41 5 Military Council C413 Military Ball Com- mittee C41, Cavalry Otiicers Club, A. S. C. E., Pistol Team, Emblem C3, 41, Captain C41, Rifle Team C21, Emblem Cl, 3, 41 RICHARD CARL Ross .......,.......,,,..,,.,, Pontiac JOURNALISM Publishing and Advertising Gamma Theta Phi, Chairman, Summer En- tertainment Committee C31, El Circulo Literario dc Espaiol MARY ADELA Rosr ................, ,,.,,.,,, M inier EDUCATION History Gamma Phi Beta State University of Iowa WILBUR THOMAS ROTH ,..,,... ...,... U 1-bane COMMERCE General Business Concert' Band Cl, 2, 3, 41 CLEMENT EDWARD ROWE ..,.,,,,..,,,,,, -,,,,,, ......................................Inrlefrenzfenee, Mo, LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Concert Band C31 Kansas City Junior College ELIZABETH LUCILE ROWLAND..,SpY'ii1gfit'ld EDUCATION History Alcestis W. A. A., Hockey Cl, 41, Basketball C3, 41, Handball C3, 41, Baseball C3, 41, Le Cercle Franeais OF ILLINOIS Page 104 OF 1935 RANM-D GREGORY RUCKER ......,,.,,,,, Ponliae COMMERCE Foreign Commerce Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois ScholarslIip Key 131 FREDERICK CULBERTSON RUECKERT ........ "" - --'-- ------ ------- -----..,, ........ . . . ....., K a nltakee COMMERCE General Business A-lPha Tau Omega Svhalfmxi Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad: Iarmy FCHQIUB Squad 12, 315 Sophomore J'f'5Cl1'0lHStIe Managerg First Lieutenant, mversity Brigade 1415 Caisson Club HOWARD TICE RUFE. .,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,7, P qris COMMERCE COIIIIIICYCL' IU!!! Ltllll Alpha Phi Omegag Freshman Cap Commit- YCCS Accountancy Club Honors Day 13, ELMER WALTER RUHNOW ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Smlorus CIVIL ENGINEERING ghi EPSHOIQS Freshman Varsity Track quid: Varsity Track Squad 12, 3, 415 The Tcclmosfaplw cm A. S. C. E. ANSEL WILLIS RUMBLE. .....,........., Henning FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Painling ggi Delta Kappag Phalanx5 Illustrators5 Sift Artillery Clubg First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 141 Honors Day 11, ELlZABl3'I'H MARIIE RUNREL ,,,,....., Cbimgn LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Home Economics Sigma Kappa glu UPSilon Omicron5 Terrapin5 Gold Aeathersg Orange and Blue Feathcrs5 W. A. -I The Illio 11, 215 Dads' Day Commit- tee 121 SY'-VIA ROSE RUSI-IEoRD ,...,..,,,,,,, ,,La Salle EDUCATION Hisfory Ln Salle-Peru Junior College MARTHA HAR'l'LEY Rusk ...,...,.......,, Urbana LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Zoology Torchq Terrapin5 Gold Feathcrsg Life Sav- 'ng Club: Minor IA5 Archery 1115 Ping FORK Q39 Apparatus 1215 Soccer 1215 Val- 'Wball 1215 Basketball 1315 Hockey 1315 Tcnms il, 2, 315 Dads' Day Committee 131 Page 105 WILLIAM DEWEES Rusk ...... ,..... C barleslon AGRICULTURE Agricultural Engineering Farm House The Illinois Agriculturist 1415 Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Engineering Club Lyons Township Junior College MARY ELLEN RUSKAMP .................... Chicago LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Honle EC0ll0NIiC'.Y Sigma Kappa Phi Upsilon Omicron5 Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathers5 University Con- cert and Entertainment Board 121 Honors Day 111 WILLIAM HENRY RUSRAMII, JR .,,, ,Chicago COMMERCE General Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phalanx5 Tau Nu Tau5 Accountancy Club5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade 131 HELEN LOUISE RUSSELL ....,,...,.,......, Urlmna LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Kappa Alpha Theta Mortar Boardg PlIi Beta Kappa5 Torch5 Alpha Lambda Delta5 Alpha Sigma Nug President, W. A. A. 1415 Student Senate 1415 First Council, Woman's League 1415 junior Council, Woman's League 1315 Co- Chairman Campus Sisters Committee 1315 Gold Feathers5 Gold Feathers Council 1315 Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg W. A. A.5 The Daily Illini 11, 215 Tennis 11, 2, 3, 415 Hockey 11, 215 Basketball 11, 215 Volley- ball 13, 415 Soccer 1415 Baseball 11, 215 Major "1" 151 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 -IosEI'IIINE NIAIKGARET RU1'EI.0NlS ...Cicero AGRICULTURE Home Economics W. A. A.5 Home Economics Club l'lARRY DALE RYAN ..... . ...,.....,. ,, Ilerscber EDUCATION lniluslrial Arls JULIAN GILBERT RYAN ,. ,..MCffIllIOY11 LIBERAL ARTS AND St:IENCEs Chemistry Phi Eta Sigma5 A. I. C. E.5 Caisson Clubg Le Cercle Francais Honors Day 11, 21 MARY IILEANOR ST. GERMAIN ,,,., Kankakee JOURNALISM Sjwriul ami Critical Sigma Kappa Theta Sigma Phig Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg First' Council, Woman's League 1415 The Daily Illini 1l, 215 Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Committee 1215 Y. W. C. A. Dell Show Committee 1215 Dads' Day Com- mittee 131 Q x.,' W, -QP' C. 'I WJ' Q ,,,,, C X31 ef xl l'RIaoIaRIt:R WARREN SALISBURY ., Iilgiu LIBERAL AR'rs AND ScIENcEs Pre-MI'Iiit'x chi Phi Cavalry Cluh l.II.I,IAN ANN SALTZMAN .. ,Cbivago COMMERCE General Business Orange antl Blue Feathers: The Daily IlliIIi 1I, 21: The lllio 111: The Siren 12, 31 l.l,UYD RouIaR'I' SAMuIaI.soN .,,,,,,,, Peoria MEt:IIANItiAI. liNGINI'iIiKlNG Pi Tau Sigma: A. S. M. If. llraclley Polytechnic Institute joIIN l"IliNRY SANnEIts ,, , Granih' Cily LIIIERAI. AR'rs AND St:IENcEs Ilixmry Alpha Psi Omega McKendree College liI,IzAIIE'I'II MIaIIoRA SANIIERSON I'iH.vhelIl PIIvsIt-AI. I2nucATIoN Sigma Kappa Women's Glce Club 141: University Chorus 141 MaeMIIrray College lJoI,oRI:s CLAIRE SANDRY, , Slrcator Enut:A'rIoN Lalin lita Sigma Phi: Orange and Blue Feathers: Orchesis: Mi-Hila Ball Committee 131 llonors Day 12, 31 l'A'I'RIcIA SARGEANT ..,, .EI'ansI'ille, lml. LIBERAL ARTs ANI: SCIENCES Sociology Kappa Alpha Theta Rockford College for WOIIICII GI2NNARo STEI-IIEN SARLI...IIlllI1Iil'cl, N. Y. COMMERCE Foreign Trmie Pan-Xenia: junior Prom Committee: Ac- countancy Club: Le Cercle Franqais: Iil Circulo Literario de Espanol St. john's College THE ILLIO PAUL SATTERIIIELD ..,,, . ,,,,.,,. Fairmounl LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal james Milliltin University VIRGINIA MARX' SAVAGE ,.,, ..Cbam1IuigrI FINE AND AIIIILIED ARTS Music' Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Lambda Delta: Mu Kappa Alpha: liine Arts Council 11, 2, 3, 41: Fine Arts llall Committee 1l, 2, 31 Honors Day 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 j0HN PIIII.II- SAwvIaR ,,,, , M ,.,,A, Cbimgn LIIIERAI. AR1's AND St:IENt1Ias Chemistry Delta Kappa Epsilon Pershing Rifles: Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad CHAItI.Ies RIt1rIARo SAYRE ..,,,...,, Cbrixmun GENERAL AoRIt:uI.'I'uRIa Farm House Alpha Zeta: Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Council 141: Agricultural Club: Agricul- tural liducation Club: Illini 4-H Club: l.ive Stock judging Team 131 VIoI.A IRILNNE St1AI,A ,A,,,,,,, ,,A,, M 1, Olin- EDUCATION ,:7'!'IH'b Y.. W. C. A. Cabinet 141: Le Cercle Fran- eais hY'GlSlIil'lgIOI1 University WlNlI"RliIl CA'l'HliRlNIZ SCANLON ,Cbimgo LIDERAI. ARTs AND ScIENt:Izs Botany Theta Phi Alpha Lillnfilll Botany Society Crane junior College joIIN HAMMCDNIJ St:HAcI-IT ..,..,,,,. Chit-ogg LIBERAL AR'fS AND ScIENt:Es English Kappa Delta Rho Ma-NVaII-Da: Phi lita Sigma: Sigma Delta Chi: The Daily Illini 11, 2, 31, Sports lid- itor 141: Sophomore Cotillion Committee ISDWARI1 Sl1llAlil"IiR ,.,,., Ciurivlrluli, Ohio CoNIMERt:E Al'l'0lI!lfdlH'j' Theta Delta Chi Page Io6 F 1935 ILDA JEAN SCHAI-'ER ,,........, Mascoufab LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Warner Hall lixecutive Council, W. G. S. 1415 Mi-Hila Ball Committee CJD: Summer Entertain- ment Committee 131 MacMurray College ANNO!-Il St:lIAIfIfNIzR ,,,,,...l..., ,...,., C bivugo FINE AND AEI-LIEIJ ARTS Arrbilevfure Wll.BUIl HENRY SCHAUIZR , , lfrwfrurl COMMERCE fi!'L'0llllfIllH'.Y Accountancy Club ANNli'I"l'li VIoI.A SGHEYER ,I ,,....... Cbivugo LIIIERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES Spunixb Phi Sigma Sigma Gold Feathersg Orange :Ind Blue Feathers: I.e Cercle lfraneais F'UiDlilUL'K AUGUST Scrucn ,,,.,,, Dixon MEcHANIcAI. ENGINEERING A. S. M. E. Carthage College Rosli LILLIAN Sr:IlII.I.ER , , Cbiniga LIIIERAI. AR'rs AND Sc:IENcEs Sociology Der Deutsche Vereiu Lewis Institute CARoI,INE AGNES SCHLAGIZNHAUF Quivey EDUCATION llislory MacMurray College MAX SCHLESINGER .,,,,,,,,,, , , Cbirugo CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. Lewis Institute Page my RAYMOND ALIIERT SCHMIIJT .,,, ,, . Allniou EDUCATION Com nlrrrv Accountancy Club HARoI.II AI.vIN Scnoucx , , Sl.luc'ol1 IEnucA'I'IoN Hixlory Sllllfllcif College DoRo'I'IIv MAE SeI'IoLI. ., , Cbicugn lEnucA'I'IoN Ari Kappa Alpha Theta ARTHUR BERNHARII SEHOTTMANN ,,,., , ,, ., Monlroxr COMMERCE. Al'l'0Illlfdlll'-Y The Daily lllini CZJQ Men's Glee Club CZ, Hg Accountancy Club liRuc:E RAYMQNII ScIIoU'rEN Clmurlcsluu LIIIERAI, AR'rs ANII SCIENCES EUOIIUIIHIAX liasteru Illinois State Teachers College ISoIIUMu. FRANZ SllHUllIiIK'l' ,. Riuvrxiflf- FINE AND AI-I-Luau ARTS Muxir' Sigma Phi Sigma Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 453 University Or- chestra U, 2, 3, 41 LoUIsI2 Wll.MA SEHUIIERT , Cbimgo liuucATIoN l7rcm'lr Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Delta PlIi lJAVlD GIkliIENHOO'l' SGIIWAGER . Cbirugu CoMMERcE Al'l'lllHlflllH'-1' Ilml Banking anal Fillllllft' -. QI .M 9 MAURICE HAROLD SCHY ........,........... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Sigma Alpha Mu Chairman, Intcrfraternity Council Dance Committee 141 ETHELIND MARIE SCOTLAND. ...... - ....... Iolict EDUCA'rIoN English Pi Beta Phi Terraping TlIe Daily Illini 11, 215 Home- coming Committee 12, 3,15 Dads' Day Com- mittee 1315 Mothers' Day Committee 1315 Hockey 11, 215 Swimming 11, 215 Le Cercle Francais AGNES LANCASTER SCOTT .....,......,.., Chicago EDUCATION English Thornton Junior College FRANCES MAY SCOTT .................. -..Franklin PHYSICAL EDUCATION Phi Beta5 Orchesis5 W. A. A.5 P. E. Major Club Illinois State Normal University JOSEPH WRIGHT SCOTT ............,.., Champaign LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Mask and Bauble5 National Collegiate Play- ers5 Student Senate 1415 Chairman, Board of Directors, Illini Theater Guild 1415 Co- Chairman, All Fools Formal 1315 General Manager, "Gold in the Hills" 131, "You Never Can Tell" 131 VIRGINIA ARENSMAN SCOTT .... Murphysboro LIIIERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES French Delta Delta Delta Southern Illinois State Normal University XVILLIAM STEWART SCovILL ,..,C..,..... Urbana COMMERCE C0lIIIlll'f!'L' and Law Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Mu Alphag Alpha Phi Omegag Account- ancy Clubg Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 41 NAOMI BEATRICE SCRANTON ...Pleasant Hill AGRICULTURE Home Economic: MacMurray College THE ILLIO CONSTANCE ANN SCULLY .... .,.....,... H arvey EDUCATION Zoology St. Mary-of-tlIe-Wood's Collegcg Thorn- ton .Iunior Collegeg DePaul University FRANK LAWRENCE SIZAMANS ,,.,........, Joliet LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal PlIi Delta Theta President, Y. M. C. A. 1415 Student Senate 1415 Skull and Crescentg Varsity Football Letter 1215 Men's Varsity Debating Team 141 HOWARD EDGAR SEARS ......., .....,,, P lamp COMMERCE Gem-ral Business Delta Alpha Epsilon The Siren 13, 415 Dads' Day Committee 1315 Homecoming Committee 1415 Summer Entertainment Committee 1315 Student Alumni Dance Committee 1415 Interfra- ternity Council 141 ARTHUR ROBERT SEAss ....... ,....C,, P aris COMMERCE Accountancy Sigma Chi Beta Alpha Psi5 Accountancy Club Honors Day 131 Northwestern University HELEN MARIE SEELMAYER ..... .... ...... C 1 ccro EDUCATION Malbemalics Beta PlIi Alpha Dads' Day Committee 1315 Le Cercle Francais Morton Junior College IRVING ROE SEELY ......................... ...Urbana MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Phi Gamma Delta Ma-Wan-Da5 Sachemg Tribe of Illinig Pi Tau Sigmag Skull and Crescent5 Varsity Track Squad, Letter 12, 31, Captain 1415 A. S. M. E. KATHKYN MARGARET SELLERS Springjirlrl EDUCATION English Gamma PlIi Beta The Illia 1215 Co-Chairman, Charity Ball Committee 1315 Cast, "Castles in the Air" 121, "Good News" 131 CLAUDE LESLIE SENEEELD ...................,,.. Imliallafrolis, Ind. FINE AND AI-I-LIED ARTS Arcbiirrlurc First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1415 Const Artillery Club Y OF ILLINOIS Page 108 OF 1935 HELEN Louise SENGER .....,., Franklin Grove EDUCATION English Illinois State Normal University CLARKE LERQY SI-IABINo .............. Wilmclfe COMMERCE Accountancy Theta Xi Beta Alpha Psig Accountancy Club Armour Institute of Technology JAMES PHILIP SHAMBAUGH ........................ Pa. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma A. I. C. E. Albright College RUTH EVA SHAYMAN ............,. ....... C hicago COMMERCE Accountancy Accountancy Club Crane Junior College .IEANNETTE SHEARER ........................ Chicago N LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIE CEs Pre-Legal Crane Junior College MANUEL HARwooD SHEIN .........,. -Chicago COMMERCE Commerce and Law Alpha Epsilon Pi GENEVIEVE MARIE SHEPANEK ........., Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Painting Theta Upsilon Illustratorsg Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg The Illio 11, 21 ROBERT VINCENT SHEPHERD, ................. ---- ---- - ........ - ...... - ......... Kansa: City, Mo. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Triangle Eta Kappa Nug A. I. E. E.g Tau Nu Taug The Technograph 1-Hg Captain, University Brigade Q41 Kansas City Junior College Page 109 EDWIN EARL SHERMAN ........ West McHenry COMMERCE Accountancy Lake Forest College ROBERT RUSSELL SHERRILL .............. ..Col0fm CERAMIC ENGINEERING Alpha Lambda Tau Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Nu Tau: Keramosg Major, University Brigade C423 Military Council C41 GEORGE HARRY SI-IEVLIN, JR ........, E-vansfon LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Phi Gamma Delta President, Illinois Union f4lg Skull and Crcseentg Tu-Masg Student Senate f4Jg The Daily Illini fljg Interfraternity Coun- cil U, 42 RICHARD Louls SHIRE ..................... Cbifdgv ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Delta Pi Sigmag A. I. E. E. University of Arizona CHARLES FRANCIS SHORT ...... East Sl. Louis LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Sigma Chig Phi Delta Phi Varsity Polo Squad QZJ University of Missourig McKendree Col- lege MARION RIVES SHUTZBAUGI-I ...... ...,....,. P aris LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Hislory Zeta Psi Pershing Rifles ROBERT BURNS SIEGEL ............., Fon-It Park AGRICULTURE Floricullurc Tau Kappa Epsilon Floricultural Clubg First Regimental Band Us 2, 3, 45 LUTHER LERDY SIIZMERS ,.,, ,,,,... A mi-I, Iowa LIBERAL Aus AND SCIENCES Speech Delta Sigma Rhog Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfoniag Kappa PlIi Sigmag Men's Varsity Debating Team U25 Production Staff, "The Mad Hopes" HM First Regimental Band f2, 3, 43 Iowa State Teachers College .. . .T ft!-U 'I , ' 6-W.. . 4 W . ' Pk M f -me-31 CLARA KAY SILVIAN ,,,,,,..., .Whiling, Iml. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English University of Chicago AN'I'oN IkALl'H SIMKUS, ,,,,,, ,,,,, . ..Kc'Iwnlv1' COMMERCE Gvllerul l3usim'ss Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Varsity Football Squad C3, 41: Accountancy Club f:A'l'HliRlNli ANNE SIMMS . .,,i...,,., De Kalb LIBRARY SCHOOL Delta Zeta Northern Illinois State Teacher's College l'lAIl0l,l7 MEYER SIMON ,,,. , ,... .. Urhanu LIIIIIRAL AR'rs AND ScIENcEs Pre-Lrgul Phalanx: Alpha Phi Omega: Captain, Uni- versity Brigade C41 SYDNEY QPIKIUNGTON SIMON ...,., ..Chirago LIIIERAL AR'I's AND St:IENt:Es Hisiory Tau Epsilon Phi Nu Beta Epsilon: Varsity Football Squad C215 Freshman Varsity Track Squad liVliRIi'l"I' TIIoR SIMONSON Urlnnm MEc:IIANIt:AI, ENGINEERING Sigma Nu A. S. M. li. Springheld junior College lk0llliR'l' ,IosEI-I-I SINDELAR ,.,..,,,,,,,,,, Chrfugo COMMERCE Gvllvral Business Theta Xi junior Prom Committee lfI,oYn AI.llliR'l' SINGLETON ,,,.,,,,,,,,, Clirrlou COMMERCE Geilvral BIIXDICSS Sigma Pi President, Student Alumni Association C415 Student Senate C41: Dance Supervision Committee C41: Student Alumni Associ- ation C31: Band of X: Accountancy Club Bradley Polytechnic Institute THE ILLIO Wll.LlAM ALBEIRT SKOGLUND. .....Y.., Chicago l..lDllllAL ARTS AND SCIENCES E1'0II0nIir's Alpha Sigma Phi Skull and Crescent HOW'AIKll XVALTIZR Skov ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, C hicugo CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. Honors Day Cl, 21 RUTH EVELYN SLIDINGER .. ., Chamlmigu COMMERCE Ac'r'ou1I!aIIcy Phi Chi Theta: Commerce Council C41: Accountancy Club l,liN HOWARD SMALL ................... Kaulwkvc LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Hislory Alpha Delta Phi: Phi Delta Phi Skull and Crescent CA'rHERINE ELIZABETH SMITH ...., Oak Park, LIBERAL ARTS AND Sc:IENcEs English Theta Phi Alpha Torch: Gamma Alpha Chi: Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feathers: The Illio Cl, 2, 31: First Council, Won1an's League C31: -Iamesonian Literary Society: Anonian Liter- ary Soeiety: Inter-Literary C o u n c i l: Mothers' Day Committee Cl, 2, 31: Home- coming Committee Cl, 2, 31: Dads' Day Committee Cl, 2, 31: Y. W. C. A. Doll Show Committee C21: Y. W. C. A. Style Show Committee C21: Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Committee Cl, 21: Le Cercle Francais: Pan-Hellenic Council C2, 31: Production Staff. "Castles in the Air" CI1, "Green Grow the Lilacs" C21, "Great God Brown" C21. "Hit the Deck" C31, "The Adding Machine" C31. "You Never Can Tell" C31 Honors Day C11 CIIARI.oTTE MURIEL SMI'I'H .. Mr'A1lcn, TI-.v. EDUCATION ITUIIIC' El'0Il0lllll'S Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Student Senate C413 All-University Dance Committee C21 : Home Economics Club Purdue University JEAN ANN SMITH .,....... ....... ..... C h irago EDUCATION English Delta Zeta Chicago Normal College: University of Chicago KENNETH ALAN SMITII ................ Chicago FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Arr'hih'1'lIIrr Alpha Rho Chi Tau Nu Tau: Scabbard and Blade: Pershing Rifles: Sophomore Cotillion Committee: junior Prom Committee: A. S. C. E.: Major, University Brigade C41 Honors Day Cl, 21 THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Page I I0 OF 1935 MARY CATHERINE SMITH ...,..., ......, E I Puso LII:ERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES I:V'l'lIl'h Delta Gamma Mortar Boardg Recording S c c r e t' a r y, NYOIIMIHIS League Q-119 Chairman, Gold Feathers 1313 Shi-Aig Chairman, Social Committee, Orange and Blue Feathers, Star Course Q21 NlOUN'I'l-IOIKT HORNEIK SMITII ..,Momm, Iml. COMMERCE C0llIIIIK'l'l'L' will Luw Kappa Sigma Band of X3 Scabbard and Bladeg Illini Board of Control: The Daily Illini U15 junior Prom Committee, Chairman, Senior jacket Comxnitteeg First Lieutenant, University Brigade C415 Polo Assoeiationg Cavalry Clubg Interfraternity Council Q41 Honors Day Q11 R U'l'H ELIZABETH SMITH ,,,, Nfcmpbix, Tenn. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Frvnrb Delta Delta Delta SOUIIHVCSICFII University MARGARET MAE SNIDIER ,..,. ..,,..,,,,, O ultwooil LIIIERAL ARTS AND ScIENCI1s Belvleriology Delta Zeta Gold Feathersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Pwlwrsi The Dany Illini fog The IIIIQ UIQ Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Anonian Literary Society, Gregorian Liter- ilry Society GRACE PoI'E SNYDER fMRS.1 .,.. Cbamlmigu LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES Hixfory Corina PlIi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Kappa Delta, University ClIorus Q41 Honors Day fl, 2, 31: University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key Q31 LYLF El-DRED SNYDER .I,,,,I.III,,,.., Wuxblmrn AGRICULTURE Agrirullurul Ellllfllfidll Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Club, Agricultural Education Club Iiureka College l MAIUAN .IEANIi'l"I'li SNYDIER . Cbanrjmigu FINE AND AI1I'I.IEn AR'l'S Pflinliug Thalmus Illustrators Wll.LIAM HENRY SoI.GIaR I.... .... , .. .Aurora CIVIL ENGINEERING Phi Sigma Kappa A- S. C. IZ.: First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q41 Page I I I CI-IARLEs EDWARD SOLOMON .. Danville CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C .Ii AIQIIN RouIzR'I' SOMMIER ,-,-- -----f' - 'I'C'0ff1l I.IIIIzRAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Cbcmislry Delta Phi Pierrotsg Pershing Rifles fl, 213 Freshman Varsity Football Squatlg Varsity Polo Squatl Q3, 413 The Illio fl, 215 Captain, Univer- sity Brigade C41 FRANCES LOUISE SPEAR Cbnrrzpnigvr LIIIERAL AIKTS AND SCIENCES 'jourmllixm Kappa Delta Alpha Lambda Deltag Shi-Ai, The Daily Illini Q21 Honors Day Q11 IQDIAIII LAUREL SPENCER .fffttt .fff.t B 1'l1'iffr'f1' FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Music Alpha Lambda Delta, Mu Kappa Alphag University Orchestra Q3, 41 Honors Day fl, 2, 313 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key Q31 GLIENNA ALICE SPENCER ....., ,, Payson EDUCATION Speech St. Louis University MAIIIoN GRACE SPIVEY ,,,,s.,,,.. . Cl7dlllIlIli,Qll LIIIIERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pbyxivx Honors Day Cl, 2, 313 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key C31 GI2oRGIi HENRY S'rAGGs ,,.,.I Arm: AGRICULTURE Agriwlllnrul Eflnrurirur Varsity Soccer Squad 01g The Illinois Agrieulturist f41g Illini Grange, Agricul- tural Clubg Agricultural Fducation Club, Illini 4-I-I Clubg Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 3, 41 RALIII-I FI.I-:'I'CI'IIaR S'I'ANIfoRn ., Ln Grfmgc MI1CHANIc:AI. IINGINIIIIIKING Beta Lambda A. S. M. F.: A. I. IZ. IE. JOHN CLIFFORD STANGE .....A.. ....,... I Olief i COMMERCE Banking am! Finanvr Theta Chi -Ioliet Junior College HELEN STAN'roN ,,,,,,..,............... .,...,, U rharla JOURNALISM Slwvial anal Crifival Sigma Kappa Torchg Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini fl, 2, 32g Editor, The Siren Q42 MILLARD ORLANDO STARR ............... Aurora RAILNVAY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Epsilong Railway Club: A. S. M. E.3 Second Regimental Band fl, 2, 325 Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 3, 425 Cast, "Tales of Hoffman" C42 Honors Day fl, 2, 323 University of Illi- nois Seholarship Key C32 JAMES WILLIAM STARRETT .................. Elgin LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemical Engineering Tribe of Illinig Dolphinsg Freshman Varsity Water Polo Squadg Freshman Varsity Swim- ming Squarlg Varsity Water Polo Squad f22, Letter Q32 CLE'rIouS VALDE STEED ......... Delight, Ark AGRICULTURE Agricullural Economicr Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Club Arkansas State A. and M. College JAMES EDGAR STEELE .... Sonlh Haven, Mich. COMMERCE General B1lXlIIl'.TI Tau Kappa Epsilon MARKIORIE CARTER STEELE ....................... Groves, Mo. LIEERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma The Siren 132 Lindenwood Collegeg Wasliington Uni- versity TI-IoMAs FREDERICK STEIGELMAN Evansion FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Arrhilceture Phalanxg First Lieutenant, University Bri- gade 4425 Caisson Club THE ILLIO CLARENCE HENRY STEIN .... - ....... ....... S iblcy MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Tau Sigma, A. S. M. E. Honors Day Cl, 32 JOHN WILBUR STEINMANN ............... . ...... ..............................,...........Monlicello, Wir. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architecture Alpha Rho Chi Interfraternity Council Q42 NORMAN Louis STEPHENS .... Downers Grove FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Arrhitcrlural Engineering Delta Tau Delta Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad Q32 JEWELL HOWARD STEP:-IENSON. .....,. Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Phi Sigma Nu A. S. C. E. Crane Junior College EVELYN ANN STERN .... Grand Rapids, Mich. LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma Delta Phig Editor, The Siren C425 The Siren Cl, 2, 323 Gold Feathers, Home- coming Committee Ql, 223 Dads' Day Com- mittee fl, 22g Charity Ball Committee 02 ELIZABETH STERNE ........................... Quincy LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hirlory University Chorus Q32 MacMurray College HQWARD WILLIAM STETTNER .............. Elgin MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A. S. M. E. Lewis Institute CARL LUTHER STEVENSON .............. Canton COMMERCE Public Uiililiu Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day fl, 32 . O F I L L I N O I S Page I I2 CF 1935 KATHERINE I.oUIsE STIEGEMEYER. ....... .. - --'f- ,... ......... ,,.........,,v.. ......, C IJ ampaign LIBERAL ARTs AND SCIENCES English GEORGE HENRY STIITE .....,,,,.,....... Charleston EDUCATION Imlasrrial Arls Phi Sigma Epsilon Eastern Illinois State Teachers College ROBERT ALBERT STINE Cheyenne, Wyo. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Beta Theta Pi Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Varsity Basketball Squad 12, 3, 415 Captain, Uni- versity Brigade C41 HOWARD FREDERICK STINTON .,.. Park Ridge COMMERCE General Business Delta Sigma Phi Accountancy Club HENRY JOHN STOECRER ...............,. Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCEs Cbemisiry CHESTER HENDRIE STOKES ,......., Kankakee LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Bacteriology Theta Chi St. Viator College BERNARD LOUIS STONE ...,.,.,......... Chicago ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EH Kappa Nug A. I. E. E.g Railway Club Crane junior College SAvo MILAN STOSHITCH . Indianapolis, Iml. FINE AND APPLIED ARTs Arvbileclurc Alpha Rho Chi Glrgoylcg Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Nu Taug Major, University Brigade 141, Production Sllff, "Green Grow the Lilacs" 1215 Inter- fraternity Council Q3, 41 Page II3 ARTHUR REECE STovER, JR .,...,..... Oak Park ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Phi Pi Phi A. I. E. E. EUGENE FERDINAND HENRY STOYRE .....,. FINE AND APPLIIED AR'I's Arcbilcclurc Varsity Fencing Squad Q2, 313 Men's Glce Club 12, 313 University Chorus Q41 Armour Institute of Technology WALTER CONRAD STRAKOSH ..,......... Berwyn MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Phi Kappa Psi Ma-Wan-Dag Tau Beta Pig Sachcmg Phi Eta Sigmag Business Manager, The Siren C413 Pi Tau Sigmag Skull and Crescentg The Daily Illini qi, 2, 315 A. s. M. E. Honors Day Cl, 2, 313 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Kcy C31 MARY RANDA STRAND .e,.,, . ,........... Cbirago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Orchesisg W. A. A.g Major IAg Second Council, W. G. S.g Dads' Day Committee CU JOHN ARNOLD STRATTON ,........ ....., L elaml AGRICULTURE Animal Husbandry PlIi Sigma Kappa Alpha Tau Alpha: Caisson Club BARBARA RUTH STRAUCH ...,..,.......... Urbana FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Painling Kappa Kappa Gamma ARTHUR JOSEPH S'I'RAUss .,... ...Quincy -IOURNALISM News aml Ezlilorial Alpha Sigma Phi Sigma Delta Chi, Gamma Theta Phig Fresh- man Varsity Baseball Squadg Men's Glce Club C31 Quincy College I-IERsCI-IEL FRANCIS STRICRLAND ,,,, Urbana COMMERCE Al'l'fIIlllfdllfJ' lfI.IlAlII'i'I'I'I -1oHNsoN STIKIPLIN Piper Cily I,IIlI5RAL AIt'I's AND ScIIzNcEs Publiv Slzeaking Phi Rho Pi, TlIe Daily Illini 1I1 Blackburn College JOHN Louls S'I'ROHM ,, West Union JOURNALISM News aml Erliloriul Alpha Kappa Lambda Ma-Wan-Da, Sachem, Kappa Tau AlplIa, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, The Daily Illini 1l, 2, 31, Chief News Editor 141, Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad, Board of Directors, Y. M. C. A. 141, Journalism Council 141, First' Regimental Band 11, 2, 31, Intcrfraternity Council 13, 41 Honors Day 11, 31 'IANIET MKICURE STRONG ..,,,,..,,,, Oak Park EDUCATION English Alpha Chi Omega Illinois State Normal University, Lewis Institute GUS'I'AVUS BIEIIIIY S'I'uAIt'I' .....,,... Ml. Pulaski EDUCATION Imlnxlrinl Eilucalion Palaestra, Varsity Wrestling Squad 12, 3, 41 NIaI.LIIa MAIUIZ STUART ,,,..,, ..Churn1mi,tgn FINIQ ANI: APDI.IIao AIt1's Music Sigma Alpha Iota, Mu Kappa Alpha, Na- tional Collegiate Players, Mask and Bauble, Arcpo, Orchcsis, Won1en's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, University Chorus 141, Cast, "Remote Control" 1I1, "Yeoman of the Guard" 121, "Patience" 121, "Impressario" 131, "Tales of Hoffman" 141, Production Staff, "Holiday" 111, "Butter and Egg Man" 121, "Church Mouse" 121, "Yellow jacket" 131, "Adding Machine" 131, "Beyond the,Horizon" 131, "You Never Can Tell" 131, "Gold in tlIe Hills" 131, "Hit the Deck" 131, "Good Morning, Dearie" 131, "The Mad Hopes" 141 Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 131 I-lIiI,I2N SIIIRLIIY STUMIIAUGII .,.. .,,, D elarun LIBIERAI. AIt'I's AND ScIIzNcIzs Mulhclnulivs Alpha Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma Phi, UIIi- versity Choral Society 12, 31 MAIN ALIcIa S'I'uTTLI: , . .. Pocahontas, Ark. IJIIEIKAI. AR'I'S AND ScII2NcIas English Arkansas State A. and M. College IIRIZIIIERICK OLIEN SULLIVAN , Urlmnu EDUCATION Chrmixlry Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 131 THE ILLIO AIOSIEPH HIGGS SUMMEIIS Wushinglon, D. C. JOURNALISM News and Ilfliforiul Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi, The Daily llliIIi 13, 41, Journalism Council 141 Wilson Teacher's College, American Uni- versity, Columbia University, Catholic University Nom. BIZNJAMIN SUMMIIIQS., .... Winrheslvr GIzNIzItAL AcIIIcuL'I'uIu2 Dairy Technology Society, Agricultural Club, First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141, Coast Artillery Club, Dairy Products judging Team 131 WII.l.IAM ALLILN Summmis ,......,,,,. Urhunu LIBERAL AIt'I's AND Sc:IENcIzs Pre-Mcrlics Kappa Sigma Omega Beta Pi, Second Regimental Band 11, 21 IJOROTHY LUCILLIZ SUNDQUISI' ..,,,... Chirugn LIBERAI. AIi1's AND ScII3Nt:I5s Hixfory Delta Delta Delta The Illio 11, 21, Dads' Day Committee 111, Homecoming Committee 121, Charity Ball Committee 12, 31, Sophomore In- formal Commitlee, Co-Chairman, junior Informal Committee, junior Prom Com- mittee AI.Imu'r WILLIAM SuIuI2 ,.,,.,.,... ,.,Tnlm'a l2I.nt:'I'IIIt:AL IQNGINIIERING A. I. E. li. ROIIIiR'I' WILLIAM SURPLICE., ,, , ,, ,, .... ,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,...,,.,.,.,... G r een Bal-Y, Wir. IIINIZ AND AI-IILIIQD AIiTs Arc'hifr'c'l1m' MAIioAIII2'r CA'I'HIiRYNl3 Su'I'I-IIsIxLAND IiDucA'rIoN English Phi Omega Pi Gold Feathers, The Daily Illini 1I, 21, Gregorian Literary Society, Homecoming Committee 141, Dads' Day Committee 131 GIi0RGlZ Wes'I'IutooIt SVOBODA ,,.,,, 1I1'riu-yn RAILWAY CIVII. I2NGINI2IaItINc Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Nu Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Engi- neering Council 141, The Illio 111, The Technograph 12, 3, 41, Railway Club, A. S. C. E., Captain, University Brigade 141 Honors Day 111 I OF ILLINOIS Page I I 4 OF 1935 IRMA LOUISE SWANR ....... ..................... I paw LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES History Honors Day 112 KEITH NEIL SWANsoN. ............. Champaign MECHANICAL ENGINEERING JAMES PHILLIP SWEENEY ........ Bourbonnais LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Latin St. Viator College JOHN FRANCIS SWEETNAM. ..,.... Chillicothe FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Architectural Engineering Santa Ana Junior College WILBER HAROLD TAMMEUS. ........... Delavan AGRICULTURE Economics Pi Kappa Phi The Illinois Agriculturist 1225 Varsity Track Squad 122 IRENE LILLIAN TARRY ,....,.... ...... C hicago EDUCATION History Theta Upsilon The Illio 11, 2, 323 The Siren 1223 Illini Theater Guild 1325 Homecoming Commit- tee 1223 Dads' Day Committee 1223 Der Deutsche Verein Crane Junior College JACK WILLIAM TASSICK ................... -..Alton MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Phi Kappa Theta Taug A. S. M. E. JOHN ROBERT TAYLOR ................ Petersburg EDUCATION Mathematics The Illio 12, 32 Page r I5 LA VQNNE EILEEN TAYLOR .............. Benton JOURNALISM News nnzl Editorial Pi Beta Phi Southern Illinois State Normal University MARJORIE CAROLINE TAYLOR v....... Virginia LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES History Monmouth Collegcg Asbury College WILLIAM NURNEERG TAYLOR ...... Oak Park COMMERCE Banking and Finance Delta Upsilon Independent' Council 1323 Y. M. C. A. Re- ception Committee 13, 425 Accountancy Clubg Der Deutsche Vereing First Regi- mental Band 11, 2, 3, 423 Production Staff, "Gold in the Hills" 122, "Yeoman of the Guard" 122, "The Mad Hopes" 142 RAY I-IoL'r TEAL ............I................ Clinton AGRICULTURE Agricnltnral Economics Farm House Phalanxg The Illinois Agriculturist 13, 423 Agricultural Clubg Field and Furrow ARMANDO CARLos TEJADA....Ld Paz, Bolivia MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Cosmopolitan Club El Circulo Litcrario de Espanol MARGARET ELISABETH TELLEEN .......... .... .................................-...............Cambrizlgc EDUCATION English Beta Phi Alpha Orange and Blue Feathersg The Daily Illini 1125 Jamcsonian Literary Societyg Womcn's Glee Club 142 ATHENA DOLLY TERZIS ............... Eldorado EDUCATION English Delta Zeta Charity Ball Committee 1325 W. A. A.g Basketball 12, 3, 425 Ping Pong 1223 Hockey 1223 Tennis 122g Baseball 12, 3, 425 Archery 122 LAWRENCE EDWARD TEx .,.,.,.,,., Taylorvilla LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry University of Notre Dame DoN WRIGHT TI-IACKER ............ Monon, Inrl. LIDERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Geology Kappa Sigma JAMES AUSTIN THETFORD ....., Murlrhysboro MISC!-IANICAL ENGINEERING Pershing Riflesg Tau Nu Tau Southern Illinois State Teachers College ETHEI. MAY THOMAS .................... Riverside EDUCATION Home Economics Theta Upsilon Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathcrsg The Illio 11, 213 Soccer 111, Basketball 1l, 21g Home Economics Clubg Life Saving Club MYRON LEWIS THOMAS .......... ...A.,. . .Chivago MECIIANICAL ENGINEERING Chi Psi Varsity Track 12, 3, 413 A. S. M. E.g Interfratcrnity Council 131 FRANCES MERCEDES THOMPSON ..... Urbana FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Puinling Illustratorsg Summer Prom Committee 131: Artists and Models Ball Committee 121g Life Saving Clubg Cast, Illinois Union Minstrel Show 1215 "Good News" 121, "I-Iit the Deck" 131 LARUE GAYLE TIAIOMI-soN t,.......... Hillsboro LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Hixfory LYLIE EDWARD THOMPSON ...... Champaign COMMERCE ACC01l71f411Cy Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad CI-IARLES GUSTAVE TILGNER ,,.......... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Lambda Chi Alpha Crane Junior College .THE ILLIO ALIIERT CARTER TILLMAN, JR ....... Earl-ville LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Englixla Delta Sigma Phi Men's Glee Club 12, 31g Cast, "The Mad Hopes" 141 University of Chicago FAYETTA ESTHER TOBIAS ,..................... Paris PHYSICAL EDUCATION Torch: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 13, 41g Exec- utive Council, W. G. S. 13, 415 Mi-Hila Ball Committee 131g Independent Informal Dance Committee 1313 Chairman, All- University Service Committee 1413 W. A. A.g Soccer 1115 Basketball 12, 3, 413 Hockey 12, 3, 415 Rifle 12, 3, 413 Tennis 1215 Archery 11, 31 JAMES CHARLES ToUREIt .................... Cicero CIVIL ENGINEERING Triangle Chi Epsilong Tau Nu Taug Scabbard and Bladeg The Technograph 13, 41g A. S. C. E.g Captain, University Brigade 141 SIDNEY THEODORE TRAPPE ..... New Alben: LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Mvzlics Chi Beta Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Senior Football Man- ager Athletic Council 141: Omega Beta Pig Alpha Phi Omegag The Daily Illini 111, Second Regimental Band 11, 21 ELMO ARTHUR TRAVIS ......., Godrlanl, Kan. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Pi Tau Sigmag A. S. M. E.g First Lieuten- ant, University Brigade 141 FRED VINCENT TRAYNOR ........................ Luke, N. D. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Arclsilcclure Phi Delta Theta Gargoyleg Phi Eta Sigma University of North Dakota CECIL JAMES TRIMBLE ............... - ...., Roberts PHYSICAL EDUCATION ARTHUR PAUL TRCEMI-ER ,...... ...Park Ridge CIVIL ENGINEERING Phi Sigma Kappa A. S .C. E. Armour Institute of Technology . OF ILLINOIS Page 116' OF 1935 ROBERT DYER TUCRER ................ Lake Blnf ' LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Political Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Lake Forest College DAVID EVANS TURNER .................... 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Durand EDUCATION English Honors Day 11, 21 FRANCES JEAN VAN TRESS ,... ......,..,.... L adrl LIDERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Speech Mask and Baubleg Production Staff, "The Adding Machine" 131, "You Never Can Tell" 1315 Cast, "The Yellow Jacket"' 131 La Salle-Peru Junior College Joi-IN WEITSI3 VAN TUIN ,,....,,........ Chicago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sigma Nu Tribe of Illini5 DUlphins5 Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Freshman Varsity Water Polo Squadg Varsity Swimming Letter 12, 315 Varsity Water Polo Letter 12, 31, Cap- tain 141 EDWARD ERNEST VARNUM ...........,... Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chi Epsilon5 Phi Eta Sign1a5 Tau Nu Tau5 Varsity Rifle Emblem 12, 315 A. S. C. E.5 Captain, University Brigade 141 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 Crane Junior College OswALD DAN VEsPA ............... ....,, T oluca COMMERCE CONlll1t'fl'l' ami Law Accountancy Club .THE ILLIO MARTHA ELIZABETH VINJE ......,...... Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES , Sjnlnish Beta Phi Alpha Sigma Delta Pi5 Orchesisg Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feat'hers5 The Daily Illini 1115 University Concert and Entertainment Board 1215 Mothers' Day Committee 1315 Homecoming Committee 1215 Dads' Day Committee 1215 Jamesonian Literary So- cietyg Anonian Literary SDciety5 Inter-Lit- erary Council 13, 415 El Cireulo Literario de Espanol5 Cast, "The Yellow Jacket" 1315 Pan-Hellenic Council 131 WILLIAM PAUL VLACH ...........,.,,....., Cicero MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Chi Sigma Kappag Tribe of Illinig Freshman Soccer Squad 1315 Varsity Soccer Letter 141 Crane Junior College HELEN CELESTE VOGEL .........,,..,.. Maywood LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Botany Linnean Botany Society RAMON FRANKLIN VOGEL, .,........... Chicago CIVIL ENGINEERING Triangle A. S. C. E. HARRY VOSHALL ................. ..... P leasant Hill LAW Independent Council 1315 International Re- lations Club CAMILLE VRHEL .....................,...... Riverside EDUCATION Chemistry Chi Sigma Kappag University Chorus 131 La Grange Junior College FREDERICK SEDAsTIAN WACI-IENDORFER.. I oliet COMMERCE General Business Pi Kappa Alpha Joliet Junior College EVALYN NAYDINE WACHOB ...., Indiana, Pu. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Public School Music Sigma Alpha Iota5 Women's Glee Club 13, 415 Fine Arts Ball Committee 1315 Uni- versity Chorus 1115 Cast, UH. M. S. Pina- forc" 121, "The Pirates of Penzance" 131 OF ILLINOIS Page 118 OF 1935 MARY CATHERINE WAGGONER ........ Dccalur LIIIERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Spanish Alpha Chi Omega James Millikin University DEI-OSS PAUL WAGNER ................. Metamora EDUCATION Industrial Erlucalion Beta Sigma Mu Bradley Polytechnic Institute EMMETT JOHN WAGNER ....,.....,. Ml. Sterling GENERAL AGRICULTURE Alpha Tau Alpha EVERETT FRANK WAGNER ....,...... ...Kewanee NIECHANICAL ENGINEERING Kappa Delta Rho A. S. M. E. BRUCE WALCHER . ,..,............................. Wilt COMMERCE Imlurlrial Arlminislrafion Phi Kappa Phi Blackburn College DOUGLAS BYERS XVALDO .....,... .,,.,.., A urora COMMERCE General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Skull and Crescentg Varsity Football Squad CZ, 39 MAIKIE LOUISE WALLING ....... .....4, R 111150111 EDUCATION English Phi Omega Pi Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg The Illio fl, 2Jg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C313 Gregorian Literary Society SILAS WALLK U .,.N,,-,,,--,,,,, ,,,,,, P eoria LAW Sigma Alpha Mu Tribe of Illinig Dolphinsg Phidelusg Fresh- man Varsity Water Polo Squadg Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Varsity Water Polo Squad, Letter CZ, SJ: Varsity Swim- ming Squad, Letter 12, JJ 5 Senior Ball Com- mittecg Senior Memorial Committee Page 1 19 - CLARENCE WAPNER .... Lor Angelex, Calif. FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Archilcz'l1lre Pershing Rifles THELMA JANE WARREN ................, Tmcaln LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Sociology Alpha Phi Torchg Gold Fcathersg Orange and Blue Feathcrsg Anonian Literary Societyg NV. A. A.g Basketball fl, Zjg Hockey fl, 255 Track fl, ZJ JESSE BUREN WASSON ,I,,,,, ,,.,.......,, C bimgo LAW Purdue Universityg Northwestern Uni- versity - JOHN WALTER XVATEIKMAN ,...,....... Sycfunore LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Economics Phi Delta Theta Freshman Varsity Track Squad Dartmouth College GEORGE LEONARD VVATERS ...... East St. Louis LIEERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Maihcmulics WaSlIingtDn University VIIKIYEN RENNIZ NWATEIKS .....,.,,,,,.,,,, Gfrrflm-r JOURNALISM News uml Eflilorial Gymnasticag TlIe Daily Illini Q32 JOHN ELMENDORF WATTE ,. Cbimgo COMMERCE Acvorlzzlilflry Zeta Psi Tu-Masg Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad Y. M. C. A. College LEONARD WAYMAN ,. ....,.r.. . ,. Chicago FINE AND AI'1'LIED ARTS Arcbilvclure Tribe of Illinig Gymnasticag Varsity Gym Squad QZJ, Letter OJ, Co-Captain f4Jg lnterscholastic Circus fl, 2, 3, 41 THOMAS ELLsWoRTH WEBB .......... Tennessee AGRICULTURE Dairy Manufacturing Farm House Agricultural Clubg Dairy Technology Club Western Illinois State Teachers College ALFRED STANLEY WEDECK .............. Kewanee ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu5 Sigma Taug The Technograph 13,5 A. I. E. E. Honors Day 11, 2, 3,5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 PAUL MAX WEBERLING .......................... Peru CIVIL ENGINEERING A. S. C. E. La Salle-Peru Junior College MARCELLA URSULA WECLEW ,v.......... Chicago EDUCATION History Beta Phi Alpha Crane Junior College GAYLORD DONALD WEEKS Springfeld, Mo. CIVIL ENGINEERING Sigma Nu A. S. C. E. Virginia Military Institutcg Drury College ELMER VINCENT WEICHEL, JR ........... Elgin COMMERCE Accountancy Sigma Phi Epsilon Accountancy Club MIDGE ADELE WEINSTEIN ........ Akron, Ohio LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Sigma Delta Tau University of Akron WALLACE JOSEPH WEIRICH ,,.,.,,.,,,,, Cbiragg MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Sigma Taug Pi Tau Sigmag A. S. M. E. Honors Day 111 T H E I L L I O WILLIAM DAVID WEISBERG ,... .......... C hieago l ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING A. I. E. E. Crane Junior College GENE DAVID WEISIGER ........... ....... U rbana EDUCATION Mathematics Theta Chi Concert Band 141 FLORETTE MURIEL WEISS ............... Chicago PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Epsilon Phi Orchesisg Gold Feathersg Orange and Blue Feathersg W. A. A.5 Hockey 11, 2, Us Volleyball 11, 2, 31g Tennis 11, 2, 3,5 Rifle Team 12, 315 Major IA 1455 Home- coming Committee 1l, 2, 3,5 Dads' Day Committee 12, 325 Charity Ball Committee 1225 P. E. Majors Clubg Le Cercle Frangaisg Lifesaving Club University of Wisconsin CAROLINE ELIZABETH WELLES ...... Niantie EDUCATION General Science MacMurray College WALTER EDWIN WELLMAN ,............. Quincy AGRICULTURE Florieulture Floricultural Club BERTHA VIVIAN WELLS .............. Walloneille EDUCATION Chemistry Medea MacMurray College GEORGE ADNEIT WENTZELL ........ 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R." flj, "TlIc Great God Brown" 121 CLARENCE MELXY'lN WILLIAMS ,..., Urbana LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemixlry Bradley Polytechnic Institute ELIZABETII FRANCES WILLIAMS ,..Lilcbfelfl JOURNALISM News anal Efliforial Bethany Circle Blackburn College NORMAN BURNS WILSON I ,......... Coullerville LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chcmirwl lir1gim'eri11g LEONARD WIRTII ...,..... ..,,,,.,,,......,,,. C hicaga LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Chemistry Omicron Alpha Tau Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Der Deutsche Vercin Armour Institute of Technology EDWARD OTTO WITT ,.,....... Davenport, Iowa COMMERCE Inilustrial Administration Captain, University Brigade C42 Honors Day ll, 21 PI-IILID PATCHIN WOLCOTT. ............. 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Williamsville LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Bacteriology Alpha Kappa Kappa MELvILLE ANDREW YOUHILL l.... ...., U rbana JOURNALISM News and Editorial WI!-BUR MASON YouNG ...............,, Rorwille COMMERCE Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig Phalanx, Men'S Glcc Club 13Jg M2i0r, University Brigade 1-Hg Caisson Clubg Accountancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 325 University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key 13, WARREN GEORGE YOUNGREN ..... Oak Park LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES English Phi Kappa Psi Interfraternity Council 13, 4, OLGA PAULA ZEITER ,...,......,..,,........ Danville LIDERAI. ARTS AND SCIENCES German Phi Mu Torch, Gamma Alpha Chig Gold Fcathersg Shi-Aig Orange and Blue Feathersg The Illio fl, 2, 313 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 13, 4-jg Der Deutsche Vereing Le Ccrcle Frangaisg Pan-Hellenic Council 14-J GEORGE CHARLES ZELLER .....,,....,,., Urbana JOURNALISM Arluerlixing and Publishing Chi Phi Ma-Wan-Dag Business Manager, The Daily Illini 14Jg Band of X5 Alpha Delta Sigmag Skull and Crescentg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 315 Journalism Council 14, MILES AUGUST ZELLER ,,..,.. Chicago Heighls LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Pre-Legal Phi Kappa Psi Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 12, 31 Page 123 GRACE BERUTTI ZERDOLIO ,,,.,..., ,,,,,, B mild AGRICULTURE Home Evonomirx Blackburn College JOHN NIGIfIoI.AS ZIEGELE ................ Peoria FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Archileclural Eugizmeriiig Phi Sigma Kappa Scarab: A. S. C. E. Bradley Polyteelmic Institute STANLEY PAuI. ZIENKOSKY ,,,..,...,.,., Nirmfie CQMMERCE Public Ulililies Alpha Gamma Rho Freshman Varsity Golf Squadg Varsity Base- ball Squad 12, Hg Accountancy Club Smmoua ZIEE .....,......,, I ,........,........, Chicago LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Philosophy Tau Epsilon Phi Honors Day 122 Hminuwr CARL ZILLY .,,,i........,.i........ Aurora CIVIL ENGINEERING Triangle Tau Beta Pig Chi Iipsilong Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Nu Tau: Scabbard and Bladeg The Technograph 12, 313 Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade 141 JACK WILBUR ZIMMITR .....,,,,,.......,, Derafur FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Archifrvllrre Scarabg Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia, Fine Arts Student Council 1455 Fine Arts Ball Com- mittee 12, 3, 425 Second Regimental Band 11, Zi James Millikin University Lois I'IliNRlE'l"l'A ZIMMEIKMAN ..,. San Ioxe AGRICULTURE Home El'0ll0llIil'X I-Iomc Iiconomics Club THEODORE HAROLD ZIMMERMAN ,..,.,... ...,.,Chum1migrI LIBIHRAL All'l'S AND SCIENCES Hislory K 4 1"'4l"-V Gm -iff" in QW wedges 5.3 eaolers I' I -Lf, fl Y 7 1 ' appvoaclw g ' 1: : ' e V6'r'sT- ,V X I .4 XIX QQ 4,fbv'N1fS UNDERCLASSIVIEN Y GEORGE WILLIAM ADIS A EDWARD JAMES ALTORFER ARVO ALEXANDER ANTILLA GUY CLAYTON BARNARD BERNARD BERKOVITZ HOWARD JOHN BRAUN KARLE DEWOLF MARK DEEMS DISOSWAY THEODORE ALDEAN DUFF JOHN THOMAS DUFFNER HERBERT LOUIS FRANK IIELD CLARK ALLISON BAILEY X4.-:.-,f N ! T CHARLES SCOTT GALBRIEIA EDWARD FRANCIS GRYBOSKI ELSUM GROVE HEDGES ff , 'R IH I ELBERT LE ROY HERRON EDWARD NEWELL HOWARD CLIFFORD WOODS KUHN LESTER LEROY LINDBERG DONALD FRANCIS MCMILLEN CLIFFORD MARSHALL MILLER CHARLES VINCENT O,HERN BEN FROEBE RAILSBACK ROBERT STEVENS RUMMLER KENNETH JAMES SCHUESSLER CHARLES GLEN SWIKLE ROBERT LEWIS TIEKEN EDWARD WILLIAM WEBER EUGENE EDWARD WENTHE MYRON LINCOLN WORMLEY KKK444444444444KKKKKKKKKKKKKKCKKK ANN MINNJE AVERY BARBARA PAULINE BISCHOFF CORNELIA BURGE PATTI BURN!-IAM MARY FRANCES COMER MARY JANET COURTRIGI-IT ESTHER AVELIN DEUTCH MARJORIE ROSE EICHELSDOEEFER MILDRED ALEEN FISHER NORMA MAE GOURLEY I MARY ALICE GRANT 5 EUNICE OARD HINMAN CAROLINE BURRY HUEY QI RUTH JOSEPI-IINE KUHN i 5 ?........... 1 J 3 I I I A 1 H 5 sd If I w 'LE E 2 -4 I 5 Z 5 I I 3 S , lg 5 gg J' I Q Q CJ I, ,II I ,., 7 I-I "" che! lf! 3, W t-4 W I . -'arg' U1 I-4 m g A Lv 3 E I' 'V E pu E - U1 Q V A .W ..lZL..LZ:1 .,,, ,Z 2 Z 53 K., - I I 0 9 :. gf Q-4--in-I A N - ...-Qv"'-JT A ' it 'L N r MARY JANE LEISENRING ELIZABETH MARY LUCRI-IARDT MARY JANE MCGUIGAN ELIZABETH DEE MERRIAM ELEANOR JEAN MIELKE VERNETTE EDYTHE MITCHELL HELEN OSTERBUR FLORINE ELINOR PETRI MARE ANN PRICE ' gMARGARET JOSEPHINE REESE ARLY NE LILLIAN REEVES DOROTHY ELLEN SMITH KJRKEF. SMITH MILDRED CATHERINE SPIESMAN DOROTHY GERALDINE TAYLOR HELEN CAROL WHITNEY f KKKSSKCKCKKKCKKCKK44444444444444444414 THE CLASS OF 1936 JOSEPH M GARTNER President, First Semester JOHN T DUFFNER Viee-President, First Semester Junior Prom Committee JOHN S. GILL EDWARD M. ADAMS WILLIAM B. ADAMS MARGARET J. BARKER CHARLOTTE A. BARTELS JAMES D. BENNER ELOISE J. BILGER DOROTHY J. BORCHARDT DAVID CITRON, JR. JULIA V. DANIEL MIRIAM L. FAST MARION C. FRANK HELEN W. GAEDE THOMAS C. GATELY WILLIAM J. GOLDBERC PHILIP E. GORE i 1 I I 1 1 JOSEPH M. GARTNER President, First Semester . . Chairman RICHARD W. GROSSMANN T. HARRY JACKSON HELEN J. KIRK RUTH R. KOCH JOHN D. LEMARR MARY J. MAGAN EDWARD H. MOI-IILL ROBERT C. NELSON JAY R. PRILLAMAN HENRY C. ROSSMAN AUDREY A. SALINS ALBERT M. SNOOK MILDRED C. SPIESMAN RICHARD S. VANINGER Senior Hat Committee RICHARD S. VANINGER . JACK E. ANDERSON DAVID CITRON, JR. WILLIAM E. CROCOMBE WILLIAM J. GOLDBERG JOHN T. DUFFNER Vice-President, First Semester . . . Chairman JOHN D. LEMARR WILLIAM B. MCKINSTRY, JR. ARLYNE L. REEVES URBAN HIPP STEPHEN A. UCHEREK K CKCCKKKC KC KCKCKKCKKKCK4 KKK CG Page 128 W. BLAINE ADAMs EDWIN R. HODCES Vift'-Pl'L'XfflI.'llf, Secoml Semexler President, Seconcl Semester Senior Jacket Committee lunior Informal Committee JOSEPH B. LANTERMAN EDWARD S. GROSSMAN MARY G. KERVEY . DOROTHY J. BORCHARDT BARBARA P. BISCHOFF M. MAIXGARET CASPER JULIA V. DANIEL MIRIAM L. FAST MARION C. FRANK HELEN W. GAEDE WILLIAM J. GOLDBERG LOWDEN A. HANSELMAN JAMES D. HEINLEIN LUCILE C. HIMELBLAU Lois E. DAVIS . . Co-Chairman ROBERT M. DERROUGI-I JAKE BRADSI-IAW ROBERT H. BRUNSMAN MIRIAM L. FAST MARION C. FRANK . . Co-Chairman PAUL W. GIBDS HARRY G. JACKSON, JR. DOROTHY M. RANDALL MILDRED C. SPIESMAN THE CLASS OF 1936 EDWIN R. HODGES . . President, Second Semester W. BLAINE ADAMS . Vice-President, Second Semester General Chairman . . Co-Chairman . Co-Chairman BRUCE L. HULSE NORMAN C. KENT HELEN J. KIRK CHARLOTTE A. MCGLADE VERNETTE E. MITCHELL ROBERT H. QUAYLE DOROTHY M. RANDALL AUDREY A. SALINS SALVATORE SANTORO GRAIILE B. WEBER, JR. KCCKC CKCKCKKKCCKCCCKCCCKKCCCCKKCKCC Page 12 9 THE CLASS OF 1937 G. CAMERON BROWN ROBERT L. STEELE President, First Semester President, Second Semester G. CAMERON BROWN ROBERT L. STEELE President, First Semester President, Second Semester Sophomore Cotillion Committee ALLEN E. BRUBAKER . MARGARET E. BAKER MARY F. BRANDT DERRIOR L. BREWSTER EMMETT W. BURDSALL JANET M. BUTLER RUTH E. COGDAL ROBERT L. HICKS VIVIAN I. JOHNSON GEORGE A. KAESER ERNEST B. KELLY ROBERT L. KLINGEL RAYMOND M. KOZUL EDWARD S. LUNDGREN ALAN G. MCCORMICK CLARABELLE MCKINLAY . . . Chairman PATTIE J. MARTIN MARY E. NICOLL GEORGE A. O,CONNELL DAVID M. PORTE ROBERT H. ROSENTHAL ROBERT J. ROURKE A. JANE SHAMAN MATHILDA C. SIMPSON MARY M. SOLON ROBERT L. STEELE SELIM N. TIDEMAN ALBERT TRIEBEL, JR. WILLIAM G. WHYTE HENRY M. WILSON Sophomore Informal Committee FRANK E. FERNI-IOI.z MARY M. SOLON . PEARL H. ADLER FRANK H. ALLEN LABERT W. BOGGS BETTY A. BYERS RUTI-I E. COGDAL BERNICE M. GALINSRY HENRY G. GRIER ROBERT L. HICKS VIVIAN I. JOHNSON SALLIE KELLEY CLARABELLE MCKINLAY GERALD E. MARGRAVE . . Chairman . . Women's Chairman MARY E. NIGOLL PAUL O. OLAFSSON ROBERT D. PARTLOW JACK RUBIN A. JANE SEAMAN MARGUERITE C. SHERIDAN ALBERT TRIEBEL, JR. WILLIAM G. WHYTE IscA P. WILEY HENRY M. WILSON VIRGINIA K. WOLFF KCC CCC441444444CCKCKKKKCKKCK4CCKCCKK K Page 130 JOHN J. SCHERER Prexiilcnf, Seroml Semvxter THE CLASS CF 1938 HANS R. FADUM President, First Semester HANS R. FADUM Pre.Iidc'nt, First Semester JOHN J. SCHERER President, Second Semester Freshman Frolie Committee MERRITT E. MATHEIXS . . . Chairman JAMES E. BALL ALBERT H. BITZER JOHN L. BOYER RODMAN A. CANON WILLIAM J. CAREY HELEN M. DAY CHESTER H. DUNNING NELL R. GERE KATHERINE K.' GRAY WILBERT N. HOLLE LAWRENCE A. KERNS MARY I. KEMP , Freshman Informal Committee DORIS G. KREVIS MARY M. LEASE CECIL S. MADAUS LIBERTY B. PETRU RICHARD S. SIMPSON KENNETH P. SMITH WILLIAM R. TODD WENDELL W. TURNER JOSEPH VASTA RUTH H. WADE ROY M. WILKINS, JR. VICTOR YAEEE WENDELL W. TURNER ALBERT H. BITZER DORIS A. CALVIN HAROLD L. CLARK ELAINE CROMWELL FRANK H. DICKSON BETTY J. FARLEY MORRELL P. FRAZIER STANLEY L. GOODMAN BARBARA G. GOULD RUTH W. HALL JULIAN S. HEBERLING DELORIS E. HENDRIX Freshman Festival Committee DURWARD G. JUDY . . . . . . Chairman JACK D. HYSON FRANCES A. JANICEK DOROTHY A. KELLY RUTH MAJONNIER MARJORIE E. NEWRIRR DAVID J. ORMAN RUTH M. PFISTERER HALLIE J. RIVES ELEANOR D. SHAPIRO HARLAND D. WARREN LOUISE A. WATTS HAROLD G. YENERICH . General Chairman NANCY E. GROSBALL EDGAR E. BARTON ALVIN T. BRANT INA M. BRECKINRIDGE RODNEY A. CANNON INES CAUDERA LAWRENCE O. GOODMAN KATHERINE K. GRAY M. ELOISE ISLEY A SYBILLA KEELER CARL E. KELLY JANE E. KORSHAK . . Worm-n's Chairman FRANCES E. KUEFEL WILMA LEESMAN CECIL S. MADAUS MORRIS H. MACES GROVER U. NASH N. ALAN PERRY LYMAN W. RENNE EDITH G. SILVER WILLIAM R. TODD JOSEPH VASTA ROY M. WILKINS, JR. 444444444444444444444444444444444444444 4444444444444 Page I3 I 1 1 . L - - - - 5 Years OF ' nd 've Ply a NY 3 554 N. J 1: ilwe en 041, :eve time wo F W E3 1 I 6 . N , I I I 1 CHICAGC CAMPUS 1 ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 110111711011 . . DAR'rMOu'I'H COLLEGE, 1888 Forty-nine Active Chapters ETA CHAPTER . . Established. 1899 "E-SQ-il!" 812 South Ashland Boulevard, Chicago CIlIrisIi.In Piper Rymli. Sargent Mzlurilx lien' Ilnxkins Durris lliclillccumbc Cnlxcnuur IRILIIIIIJII Lung O'Nuil 'Dick llnviii Madison Ziegler Il lr Nagmln KIIIIIIIIpcl Kinscr Pierce Iflcischli Bucher II Ifulcliisun llamnn Cuxxlcr Wzulc Krcft Snwyur Bowurs Seifert Iidul l.DckwImd Klludscn Crlur Iluwnrzl M ply Siugfricd lSl:IIIfIIss FACULTY I'IAI.LARD BEARD, B.S., M.D. ROIIIQRT L. IVURIIY, M.D. ROIsIaR'r B. MAIICIOM, M.S., M.D. LOUIS N. BOIILIO, B.S., M.D. JULIUS H. HIass, M.D. LIION W. MARTIN, PI-LC., M.D. QRNIL CFIRETIAN, B.S., M.D. I"IIiNllY E. IRISH, M.D. Cumulus I-I. IDJIIFER, M.D. I.ARliNCIi Os" ' . . . . 5 " . ai' . . . . J HGAN' B S ' M D BOB' R' W KH rON' M S ' M D IJUANE W. PROPs'r, A.B., B.S., M.D. DENNIS R. CRILIs, B.S., M.D. ILMANUILL A. KOMINIK, B.S., M.D. C H B P 1 1 P D M D CHARLIRLS DAVISON, A.M., M.D. JOIIN D. KOUCKY, M.S., M.D. HARLM ' UIMOW' H' " ' ' FRANK J. FARA, B.S., M.D. CI-IARLI2s H. IIASAGH, B.S., M.D. LINUON 515159, M-S-1 M-D- WALTIQR R. FISCHIER, B.S., M.D. RICI-IARD A. LIIVVIENIJAHI., B.S., M.D. VVILLARIJ VAN I'IAZIiI., A.B., M.D. Seniors ARMIN L. BLAUIfUss DANIEL E. BOWERS ROBIIRT V. CARTIQR FRANK W. Emir. PAUL E. HIaI'NI2R H. SARGENT HOWAIKIJ WILLIAM N. KNUDSIQN W. WAYNI5 LOCKWOOID J. JOSEPH MURPHY WILLIAM Ii. SEI!-'ERT J. HOWARD SIIsOIfRIuD MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors RAY E. BUCI-IIIR EDWARD M. BURNS ROBIiIk'I' V. IIARRELL EUGRNIQ W. GliSSI.IiIl JOHN O. HANSON W. ADDISON HU'rc:IIIsON ALI"IlliD J. KIll'1l-"I' PRIss'I'ON W. SAWYIEIK CFIl'lS'l'Iill E. WAlJli Soplm 1110 rvx IJUNCAN BIDIILIRLOMIIR EARL S. DAVIS DONALID E. DICK FIKANZ K. FI,IzIsc:IILI EUGIINII G. HAMII.'I'ON LOWIaI.I. E. KANNAI'IaI, XVALTIQR C. KINSIIR I'IliNRY P. LA'I"I'UADA GAIsIz C. LONG IIURLIZ B. MAIJISON EDWARD J. NAGOIJA IJILLMAN 17. ZIIQGLIIR Fr1'slnm'n RAYMOND E. BIINSON I'IOlkACIi P. CI-IRIs'I'IAN ROlllili'I' E. COHIENOUR V. MURPHY DORIKIS ROIIIIRT D. HART JACK T. I-IASKINS WILLIAM J. MAURITS GIIORGII J. O'NI2IL W,II.I.IAM N. PIPIIR, JR. JAMIQS D. PII5RcI5 ROIIILRI' E. RYDII XVILLIAM F. SARGIINT LIcs'I'IaR L. SMI'I'1I EvIaRIa'I"I' SWIINSON D DDDPDDDDDDD DDDDDPDPDDPDPDDP PIISL' I 3 4 PHI BETA PI I l"o11:1zlr'rl . UNlVli1lSl'l'Y OE PI'I"I'SIIURG, 1891 Forty-nine Activc Chapters -IQIAYHURBD . "P 'sf' IOTA CHAPTER . . Estnbhsllcd, 1902 ".4:,+i' 709 South Ashland Boulcv.u'd, Chicago " " l l'1IIglcxIon Irons Mnnkowxki Sirlcs 'l'lIDInpsoII Burley Lcvcrvnv Kcmp BowIII.In Pcllvcr Ballon l".ISh Brown Atherton Dc.Irlmrn Taylor I lor Clnpp Tgllmorck S.IIIrS 111-.non Cohrv Waller l'cluI'xon McVcy Axhlinc Qucnxcr AlIIn.In Stuincr Kinlcr Logsrlon Pulvrs flolcllmn P.Irkc C ll li -Iolunon Bcrscln-I' S l I, Ash SIL-I-r I l.IvcI'vIDck '1',mIII-rl MliIlliIJl'l'II L. H. ASTROM, M.S., M.D. ALI-'ONS R. BAQON, B.S., M.D., D.Sc:. Cl'lAllI,l-ZS BACON, PII.B., M.D., D.SC. lVlAURlCli L. Bl,A'l"I', M.D., D.Sc:. WlI,l.lAM H. BROWNIQ, B.S., M.D. XVAl.'l'lili J. R. CAMP, M.D., PILIJ. HUGO O. DEUSS, B. S., M.D. EDMUNIJ FOLEY, B.S., M.D. Seniors Al.I"Rl'1D S. ASII NIERRILT.. C. BEEOIIER CL1iMliN'l' C. COLEMAN CYRII. M. GAl.l.A'l'l RICHARD T. HAvERS'I'ocK JOIIN H. JOI INSON EMMICRSON C. KUNDA JOHN PARRE IROGIQR F. SONDAO Al.1l1iR'l' E. STEER RUSSIZL K. TAUIIERT FACULTY CI IARLICS E. HUMISTON, M.D., D.Sc. PIAROLD I. MliYl2li, M.S., M.D. CSIEORGI-I MII.I.liS, PILG., M.D., PILD. Tl-11.1. N1il.SON, B.S., M.D. RUDOLPI1 J. ODEN, A.B., M.D. M. P. PAI.MER, B.S., M.D. SAMUEL PIZLUSIE, B.S., M.D. FRANKI.IN P. IRIEAGAN, PILID. PAUL L. SCIIROEDIER, B.S., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors l'lARRIli P. AL'I'MAN GEORGE I-1. ASI-ILINI-2 EMERSON K. MCZVIZY llR1iD A. QUIENZIEIK So 11110 mo 1'1'.I LEO J. BROWN ROIxER'I' D. BURLEY CLARENCE C. CJOIIRS ROIIER1' F. lJl3ARl10RN JOHN R. I-IEA'I'ON JAMES L. HORA RIEIIARD E. KINZER EUGENE R. LOOSDON 631.11-'I-'ORD H. PETERS PAUL PIQTIERSON FRANCIS E. SAURS RVAYNE P. SIRLIZS WlI.l.IAM B. STIQINIZR ROY F. TAIIOREK JAMES B. WA1,1.12lK Frfslm mm: CLIEI-'ORD fX'1'11l2R'l'ON JOIIN W. BALLOU FRANK L. STONE, M.D. CARROLL W. STUART, D.D.S., M.S. M.D. XYIALTIER H. Tl'lIi0liAl.l3, B.S., M.D RICHARD L. WEBB, PILD. FRANKLIN S. XVILSON, PILG.. M.D ARNOLD A. ZIMMERMANN, D.Sc. JOIIN A. BOWMAN JOIIN A. Cl.AP1' FRIED L. EAGLIQSTON 'JAMES C. FASII TI11lIlf'l' W. l'lANKS EDWARD P. lRONS KARLTON H. KEMI1 CARLE'I'ON W. LIEVIZRIENZ S'l'AN1.12Y J. MANKLJNVSK1 XVIQSLIEY PEL'I'zER -JOSEPI-I B. TAYLOR JOHN V. THOMPSON CKKKC CCKCKKKKKCCCKKKKC CKCCK C CK C Page 155 A 3 Ji g ggutq WZW 53 T I GJ 7,9 . n gh N e , each mt itq--Jw , 141 6 ' Uf- 1' - ,. X n eg . + L J JM S , XXX X - iCI'1l egxFoT't f N r 'Hs 'A -l- 51 umm n sm, ililllllfkhlhl lvmm NNN Aim num ws lmmn muh luv null: .mu I IUMK IIAVOIINI lui wll IINIKIN un. IXSAINHIWIII ININII uhm MII umm HI N UMM! lihls k lh IINNNIN llllil DUN -1 ll NNIIH INN N Ilkllw IILIIN UM YYWWMN walt Mll mwulfmum Ill! MQW!! NFNVW lmlv- ul vm' Mllllt URIVNIILINNI llh KIVODN IN NNIHI K NH IIIIUIIK1 INN! mms uawnlllvlk 4'w"IlI1Wll ll H QL f W 1-'J '12 ,Q 1' x, U 186, XS X ' xr. , i. ZKXJ ' g KX fftf' I j ffvxf I , if ' XX! Yi! , I F52 Y 1+ X4 ,f Q Q L if KW X -X f gf ff 5,5 ,ff if , x f --AKNQJKAZI LJ X W 1 V' '3?E5:i 'tiff I W., xx T W MQW J CAMPUS LEADERS CAMPUS LEADERS NINETEEN CAMPUS LEADERS THIRTY-FIVE SK Ill llll l b f I ISI Ry Lil CAMPUS LEADERS NINETEEN THIRTY-FIVE vs i ,Q-Afiirj M ... Zfi fw 2,f? 'i2a1- 11 ' A CAMPUS LEADERS I'l:nlogn1l:lu'1l by PAUL S1'oN1: of Puul Stone'-Rrlymor, Llzl. CAMPUS LEADERS NINETEEN THIRTY-FIVE CAMPUS X Qi- Mx I. 'x -Izami' scen men oyc tim nisceni. wemi 'QW NX 'Xa " 0' W Q! 9? EVENTS 0F THE YEAR EVENTS OF THE YEAR SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER The return to campus and the sight of familiar faces and old friends-new faces, rushees, rushing, pledging, pledges, dates, dances, and then registration, the first class and a resolution not to cut. Weeks of strenuous football practice and then exciting football games. The Homecoming game with Ohio and Illibuck, the legend and symbol of victory, returned to the Illini after an absence of four years. The braves of Sachem gladly received the ancient tortoise. With homecoming came a famous son of Illini, Red Grange, 77, in whose honor one of the most Pagr 146 successful homecomings of recent years was held. Spirits were high as Red greeted the pep meeting crowd at the bonfire on Friday night, and the same spirit carried the Illini to victory over Ohio the next day. Alums, Dads, Mothers, and friends were welcomed by decorations, festivities, and football. Delta Delta Delta and Phi Sigma Kappa were awarded first for their house decorations. The days flew and six weeks exams and term papers were due, but cares were forgotten in the whirl of house dances, alumni dances, and theatre productions. A more serious side of life was the engineering smoker, a social get-together for serious engineers. Two months had passed and November was at hand. Pirgz' 147 ff?" v. g- H.: : 14- ri 'T' ,sn--.' EVENTS OF THE YEAR NOVEMBER-DECEMBER Two months had passed and November was here. That great sport, football, was about to sing its swan song for the year of Nineteen Hun- dred Thirty-four. No one can forget that downpour of rain which threatened to ruin the students' welcome to their Dads, but even the rain and mud could not dampen the spirit of welcome of the band. Under the protection of the Auditorium, the Dads held their annual meeting. The Cavalry Club horse show was a success as even the horses seemed to extend a Wel- come. Axe-grinders-did you rate? All of the Page 148 Illio staff seemed to have. But look again and you will see them all at work-when they aren't crowding to get in the eye of the camera. It's too bad the pho- tographer couldn't get in the picture. December was busy month. Santa made his visit to the children at the Christmas party given by the Illinois Union-do you suppose they all had been good? The Junior Prom held the social spotlight, and Florine Petri, Alpha Omicron Pi, was chosen Queen. Days passed as if on wings. Exams had been Written and Thanks- giving with the first vacation with turkey and dressing and pumpkin pie had come and gone. Everyone Was looking forward to Christmas. 3 Page 149 EVENTS OF THE YEAR JANUARY-FEBRUARY Nineteen Hundred Thirty-five -a new year. Finals were in the near future and everyone suddenly turned to thoughts of books and study, but even exams lost to the Sophomore Co- tillion, the Hrst formal function of the class of Thirty-seven. The sports-minded turned to basketball, the sport of the hardwood, and crowds filled the New Gymnasium to watch a championship team. The woes of registration- did you get your study list checked and your fees assessed? The University Skating Rink be- came more popular and hockey, a real sport, Page 1 50 began to capture attention- thc goalie seems to have been as well protected as the goal. The Student Senate held its regular meeting to discuss important cam- pus problems. February-a busy month for the politicians and campaign managers-platforms, rallies, and then election day and the wait for the returns. After weeks of diligent practice the Woman's League Show was a great success if one took the opinion of the "intermis- sioners," and there was no doubt as to whether or not they were right. Bill Newton, Chief Illiniwek, danced for the last time. Who can remember a football game Without the band and the Chief's war dance? lhlgc 1 5 1 EVENTS OF THE YEAR MARCH-APRIL Crowded with the lion's share of events came March. Basketball faded into history and a stroll through the Armory made one conscious that track and baseball were soon to take the sportlight, but not entirely, for Coach Ken- ney's wrestlers seem to have attracted their share of attention as the crowds filled the Gym Annex to watch this rapidly growing intercollegiate sport. March was indeed a victor,s month for the Illini athletes, the wrestling, fencing, and gym teams were crowned Big Ten champions, while the basketball team shared a three-way tie Page I 5 for the Conference championship. Spring was coming and as definite proof one saw the first appearance of white shoes, tennis, roller skates, and the first robin. Even the old Illinois Union Building kept pace with the season as the remodeling was completed and the campus activities moved into their new home. But to turn to more serious events, we found the Senate Committee on Student Affairs in session. Did they become gen- erous and grant you a car permit? Social life was not forgotten-the Interfraternity dances, as- sured of popularity, and St. Pat's Ball, the en- gineers, own dance, held interest. g - ,.L ,ag-3:11 f . sw' l Page 1 5 5 EVENTS OF THE YEAR MAY- JUNE For the seniors--the last two months of their college life, months filled with events which will never be forgotten. The campus greeted Mother on Mother's Day. The traditional crown- ing of the May Queen was held on the Aud- itorium steps and the Men,s and Women's Glee Clubs gave their combined concert. Dorothy Nelson was crowned Queen of Agriculture at the Farmer's Ball. Wednesday evening and the open-air band concerts-Interscholastic week- end and Alpha Kappa Lambda, Beta Theta Pi, and Delta Chi were the winners of Sachem Sing. Page 1 54 N? Months of hard work and anxious Waiting had passed. Activ- ity men and Women looked forward to the pledging of Torch and Sachem on the steps of the Auditorium, the seniors found Mortar Board resting on the Senior Bench while the Ma-Wan-Da men found their names on the Ma-Wan-Da Elm. The Senior Ball-the last social function of the class of Nineteen Hundred Thirty-four. The Skating Rink was transformed into a gorgeous ballroom, crowded with dancers, and Ercilia Kiler, Pi Beta Phi, was chosen Queen. Then . . . Commencement Day, the end of four years, but only the beginning-may the events of the future be pleasant for the class of Nineteen Hundred Thirty-Hvc. Ki l'1l,qc 1 55 M G ,ff ,, af-fflgz? , ore popu 'hrfwi sport of: ancient 1 N F r reel-is ar Ztkef'cs--mavves IIN Oflomfn W. if. , N- -e .. 4. fe 7 X I , l4fr vQ 23:0 N? ' K K ff: Nm x X tx, 1, . 1, fihfej 1 f w'mUfEU T3? WC V EX yu U V -L- , ff! v E X Q f v L X xg f xx ATHLETICS Develeemeet et tlee teee ae e Pte- eeeetle eeeieetee eet Vete ViteN Peee- tfee ef eeeeetiee. ,llttleletiee eee the eeeetaeel teeeee et malqing eeeetle theteelieetaee et time Peeetaee, Even move ieteeeteet thee tlese, Ieewevet, is tlee epiet ef Peat elee that is e Peeeemeetel eeet et tlee etlt1etie gee- izem af minois. The 'Mini CoJe of Spovfsmamslwip is om emtboolimenlc Ott Jclwe igeals 01:13 lives etc Uwe mem wlwo Fave yiovmeol ii, anal JH Jwue 'Mini owe pv1ouJ OP H: ..... 'X Www w '4 Y . , Y ..,--x Y M, Nw Q.eggwmgswwww N ,,,,1w' 5 ,AQWWXXW3gTTi45gw5w:: W Maw AW'-X 139, -:sr X' QW M' ' ' A 1 QUTUIVIN ATTIQACTS Tl-IQ FCOTBALL CQOWDS I-Jcus paqi: Z! Jco Qfetulale na 5 1: 4:1 'was maole K q,.e.4n-:ral Gif m W e e ' aclmi 'Siva It " -E i Illinoi li X. 'r"l: r'r1 i anal F plaq ...... .... .4 N 4 I -9 Z ZH "xxx f ATHLETIC ADIVIINISTRATICN By the voluntary retirement of our track coach, Harry Gill, and the sudden death of our baseball coach, Carl Lundgren, which was such a shock to us all, Illinois has lost two of the greatest coaches in the history of intercollegiate athletics. Harry Gill had coached our track teams for thirty years during which they were outdoor champions of the Big Ten eleven times and in- door champions eight. They won 81 dual meets against conference opponents and lost 22, and won more meets from each conference rival than they lost. In the twelve years that Carl Lundgren coached Illinois baseball teams, they won 103 games and lost 42. They were four times Big Ten champions and tied for another championship. Illinois has lost another valued member of the athletic staff, Milt Olander, former assis- tant football coach. We greatly regret his de- parture but rejoice that his ability has won him a fine opportunity in industry. It is not possible to pay too great a tribute to these men, not only for their ability as coaches, but for their high qualities of person- ality, loyalty, and character. if Gnoucu A. Hui-'lf Direclor of Allalclics Sportsmanship, "to play fairly and within the rules, to give the other fellow just the same chance you would like yourself, to win without boasting and lose without excuses," is the creed of the Director of Physical Welfare, George A. Huff. The Grand Old Man of Athletics and the spirit of true sportsmanship have come to stand as one throughout the midwest. Ever since 1889, Director Huff has put his whole heart into the betterment of athletics at the University of Illinois, first as a student, then as an assistant coach, head coach, and now as Director of Athletics and head of the School of Physical Education. He entered a prep course in the University of Illinois in September, 1887, and went out for baseball-but his team never won a game. However, the following year the freshman team of which he was a member won the interclass championship. In 1890 he was made captain manager of his team, and by the end of his Illini career, he had become a campus hero. In 1893 he went to Dartmouth, and as a freshman was made captain of the varsity baseball team. He returned to the Illinois campus in 1895 as coach of athletic teams and as assistant director of the gym. He was made chief director six years later. In 1924 he was made director of Physical Education and reached his present position as Director of the School of Physical Education in 1932. His success at his Alma Mater has been almost phenomenal, placing Illinois as a leading school in the Big Ten Athletics. During his twenty-four years as baseball coach his teams won eleven con- ference championships. Great as has been his success in winning championships, his influence has been felt even more in his development of a ine spirit in athletics. He has made Illinois one of the most consistent winners in che Big Ten conference, his influence has made it one of the best athletically equipped schools in the country, and above all he has brought to the University of Illinois an invaluable reputation for straight-forwardness and fair play. F I G H T I N G I L L I N I Page 162 THE ATHLE TIC ASSOCIATION CZHARLIES E. BOWEN I.. MlCI'IAliI, r0l N Buxincsx Mnmlgvr Dil'l.'t',0V of Alblvlln Plllzlully BOARD OF DIRECTORS AL1-'RED C. CALLEN GEORGE A. I-IUF1-' FRIEDIERIC A. RUSSELL WILLIAM E. CLIFFORD JAMES P. KRATZ MEMBERS OF THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL GEORGE W. GOELE GEORGE A. I-IUFF W. BERT I-IAYES RICHARD ALLYN ROBERT B. BORCHERS WARD L. EDWARDS ALFRED C. CALLEN.. Faculty M embers MILTON M. OLANDER XXIENIJELI. S. WIl.SON FREDERIC A. RUSSELL AIN N171i M0llIlIl'YS J. GLADWYN THOMAS L. MICPIAIEI. TODIN Sf1lIll7I1f Mvmlzers EUGENE A. FISCHER CHARLES R. FLACHMANN SIDNEY T. TRA1'PIi KENNETH J. PETTIGREXV JAMES B. ROSBOROUGI-I Rvj1rc'sm1futi'vc of flu' Uniwrxily of Illinois on fbc favnlty board of ll: 0 WL'.Tfl'l'l7 I fzlwvollvgiufzf Crn1fr'rz'n1'1' IIORCHERS RUSSELL GOELE HAYIES THOMAS lfLAcIfIMANN I,li'I'TlGlIEW ROSBOROUGH EDWARDS TRAPPE ALLYN Iflsczl Q , ffl' J Q 1 Page I 63 Y R E TRIBE CF ILLIN I Q 5? A551 f 'f . J . CHARLES R. FLACIIMANN P rfsirl wit rr! .J X XMAV ,.fff .gin .Q wig, 55.1211 ,Lf fxgyf' ' 35453K Pi' Ai ' . ' L. l n ' vi ' 'L ,L Rx QAXMIII.. 'xml AUcus'I' J. KoWALsKI Secretary-Trvaxurcr MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GEOIKGIE E. ABIKAPIAM KIaNNIz'rI-I E. CARPENTIZRCIIARLIIS R. FI.AcI'IMANNliL'I'oN E. I'IlI.L WILLIAM B. ADAMs CHARLES ANDREWS ARvo A. ANTILLA JOHN BARR V. LYNN BAUGHMAN I:0STIiR C. BENNE'I"I' CIIARLES A. BIENNIS JoIIN T. BIQYNON P. RouIaR'I' BORIU How'ARII J. BRAUN FRANI:Is R. CAN'l'Wl2LL WILLIAM H. CARSON AUIIREY O. COOKMAN FOREST I. CRAVEN FRANK H. CROSBY BAR'I'oN A. CUMMINGS ANDREW W. DAIII. FRANK K. DALRYMPLI3 JoIIN T. DUlflfNIill -JACQUES A. DuIfRIisNIa IIUGIENIZ DYKs'rRA VI:RNoN M. FCRERT FRANK Ii. FIIOSCHAUTEIK JULIUS A. HoIaIf'r, JR. CIIARI,Es S. EARL JANSEN GAI.uREA1'I-I, JILJOIIN C. JONES MICIIAEI. R. GALLAND Flililb W. KAscII HARVEY W. GEIST AUGUST J. KOWALSKI PAUL W. GIIsIss ERR: M. LARSON, JR. IiLIsIaR'r R. GRAGG GHOILGIE W. l..liDIlIE'I"l'ER CARI. H. GIIAIIL BEN C. LEWIS, JR. IIIJWAIKID GICYBOSKI LEs'I'IaR L. LINIIIIERG SYI.vEs'I'IiR H. I'lAllTZ WII.l.IAM P. MAc:LI5AN WlI.UUll L. HliNRY JAMES E. Mc:MAHoN CHARLES Vive-Prr' CARI.IsLE E. MOYER KliNNli'l'H J. NlEl.SON FRANCIS T. NIKLIEWICZ ROGER D. O,NEAL HARRY M. PALMER PE'I'IaR A. PAKU'I'INsKY IVIILLIZR S. PFLAGIER CRAIN P. PORTMAN Gus H. RAIIERAUGH IiI.vIN C. SAYRII MlI.'l'ON R. SLI-IAcIAI'I'M FRANK L. SEAMANS AN A. BENNIS siflcnl IRVING R. SEIELY SIDNEY F. SMITH JAMES W. STARRETT C,HARLIfS G. SWIKLE JOI-IN A. TIIEODORE JOHN TONCOFF MUNROE B. VAN GUTIZN VlNCI2N'F J. VAN ME'l'ER JOIIN W. VAN TUIN WILLIAM P. VLAcK LEONARD WAYMAN IEARL W. ZITZLIZR Sayrc Antilla Dykatra Cantwell Bcnnclt Lindberg Larson Smith Rndcbaugli Barr Janscn MacLean Palmer Nelson Carson Duffncr Niklcwicz Dalrymplc Vlack Pakutinsky Carpenter Geist Tlxuudurc Crosby Van Gutcn Hocft Sccly Gibbs Van Meter Swiklc Kascll Gallancl Coukman Hartz Moyer Pflagcr Gragg Kowalski Abraham Braun Portman Borri Adams Zirzlcr Wnyman Schachtmnn Bcnnis Froschauer McMahon Lewis Van Tuin Galbrcath Duftcsnc Page I 64 CHEERLEADERS 2? Mi I WIKIGHT, Senior Cbccrlcmlcr I wif I. 2 4. -Zfl, , l f l' """:z" ,,...-z:3..f5....-. WISE, Innior Cbrcrlruzlz-r SMITH, Iunior Cbccrlradcr The Illini Cheerleaders are chosen by the Athletic Council, not only upon the basis of ability to lead cheers but also upon their ability to handle a crowd in any situation that may arise, their knowl- edge of crowd psychology, and their ability to gain the attention of and to sway the conduct of thousands of emotional spectators. The squad consists of a varsity senior cheerleader, two juniors, and a group of sophomores. They are present at all athletic events, conduct pep meetings and rallys, and in other ways attempt to foster the true Illini spirit. The varsity cheerleader travels with the football team as a messenger of good will to other schools. Sophomore ClJc'r'rlc':lrlz'rs ARTHUR PITCHER Bum ELDER Page 165 paqf gnv e iz as one Jc 4m n p aqng f' ? G -2410" V' ' V - -L f f To I LY -' -' tLj 'fo W . '15 My ' W in laes A1 I I 5 , 9. V, : 1 :Q fl., Y 'Y G M Nik. . -n 5 -.A ,Ip -,-,, ,vqoibip s jf if S 55 W-rx,-41".f ZUl'l'Kli, Cmzrlr liliYNON, Co-Culnfaiu IIIENNIS, Ca-Culiluin VARSITY FOOTBALL Illinois has had greater, more powerful football teams than the 1934 team but none, in my time, that made so much of itself, considering its physical limitations. Here was a team that in size and weight was at a disadvantage in every game it played with the exception of the Bradley contest. In such games as Ohio State the disparity was so marked that our boys seemed to be veritable pygmies. No finer stand was ever made by an Illinois team than when the Illini held the Buckeyes on our one-yard line. There were few reserves of sufficient ability to relieve the regulars, who usually had to play to the finish. But they were "60-minute" players, barring accidents, and were able to do this. They had the gift, ability, quality, whatever it is, to give every ounce of energy-something that few teams, no matter how strong they are, possess. They did not have the power to push the other team off the field but made their ground by the flight of the ball, passing, and punting. The style of game they played was colorful and interesting to the crowds. They made a gallant challenge for a tie for the championship, losing only one game. By the percentage system of ranking, they were placed third because Ohio State happened to play one more conference game, but in reality they were just as much entitled to second place as the Buckeyes. All in all, they were a great group of boys, and it was a genuine pleasure to coach them. y F lrappc Ni-lsnn Olander Bullock Tlxcodnre Lindgren Rcilsch G.ullirc.n.ll Sayre Canon llcnry Dykstra Antilla Lindberg Cantwell Gryboski Dahl liruselmucr liisclmcr llunnis llcynun Portman Waller Cummings Zupplcc Page 168 -2 i -vw TRAPM3, S,-Hjgf Iualmggy Winings Rnsmcsscn Gursmdt Whyte Iolmwun M-xynmrd Cou er Boynton G 5,7 3 Woumusv l'IliDGl5S junior Mulnlgvrx Team- Minnesota .. . Ohio State ,,,,7 ILLINOIS .7I. Purdue ..,......7...7 Northwestern Wisconsin .....,.... Chicago ..,.. Indiana .7 , Iowa ....7,, , Michigan Illinois .... .. Illinois ,,..,, Illinois .,,.7 Illinois Illinois, ..., , Illinois ..., , Illinois ,..,. Illinois ..ii. . . P lan' Munagrrt THE 1934 FOOTBALL STANDINGS Big Ten Cofzferwzce W. L. T. TP. ILLINOIS RECORD CE. 0 0 ISI 000 l 0 181 . 8 3 3 1 0 44 300 I 0 S9 75 0 3 0 36 .400 3 0 17 400 4 0 75 333 3 1 17 2 50 3 I 45 250 6 0 12 000 Bradley ...V,i,o..,......iLi. .I .Oo, . 7 Washington University .,o. .....,,. 7 Ohio State ......,,-,,..,.,,,i,,,, 13 Michigan ......,...i,.,..,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 Army .....,.,..,....,.. Northwestern .... Wisconsin ......, Chicago ,.....,. A Pay 169 hw ..,,-u . r Q I vi ' Q' U x' ik l In Qx iz , .XL 4, 'Q --- I- I! ll i 3 : J N xx ,N Xsgg A 0 , . 3 7 L L I N I X 5 Q. 1 11 Z A 5 X D 1 X ,1 .:.' f f , ' X ,- f -,, , -- 1 Q' l' ff' I I If-'t't"fW-wi" f 'PN""""N"' I 'K' f ' " GALmuzA'r1-I, Tarklz' LINDBERG, Halfhack GRYBOSKI, Guard 1 ILLINOIS 14 - OHIO STATE 13 In what is regarded by many as the most brilliantly played contest of the season, Illinois de- feated Ohio State by a narrow 14-13 margin in the lirst Conference game of the season, played in Memorial Stadium. The game was played under perfect weather conditions and before a crowd of 33,000 spectators participating in a most successful Homecoming in honor of Harold "Red" Grange, the "Galloping Ghost" of Illini teams in other years. The first Illinois touchdown came early in the first quarter after an exchange of punts. Ohio State kicked oif to Illinois. Jack Beynon passed to Frank Froschauer for a 20 yard gain, and Les Lindberg passed to Beynon for 30 yards. Another pass went awry, giving Ohio State the ball, but the Buckeyes lost it on a fumble on their own 33 yard line. Here the touchdown proceedings started. Lindberg, Theodore, and Froschauer carried the ball to the 16 yard line. Lindberg then threw a pass over the goal line to Beynon for the touchdown. Beynon held as Lindberg kicked the point after touchdown. Illinois scored again late in the third quarter to take a 14-0 lead, but Ohio State then took the ball and made two touchdowns without losing possession of the ball for even one play. Captain Regis Monahan failed to kick the point after touchdown on the first, after a steady charge down the field. Illinois kicked off to Ohio State again, and the Buckeyes repeated the touchdown performance, this time, Monahan making the kick good for the final score. The last minutes of the game found the Illini in full control of the situation again with Ohio State on the defensive. Right: Hold that line! Illinois holds the Buckeye drive in lhe second quarter, lhird down, Iwo yards for a touchdown. Beynon, Lindberg, Bemris, and Dykstra are in the forcgrouml. An uniflvnlificzl Illini is holding runner Heckin. Across: Good! Lindberg kicks the pain! after touchdown in the Ohio game, Beynon is holding. Hamrirk, Monahan, Boucher, jones, and Kabcalo slaml by for Ohio Slalcg Dykstra looks on from below. Page 170 Fnosci-Munn, Halfback SAYRE, Ccnlcr ILLINOIS 7 -MICH IGAN 6 When Michigan invaded Memorial Stadium in the fall of 1933, it had a championship team, experienced, and was marching toward a second consecu- tive National championship. Illinois was a green team, composed chiefly of sopho- mores, yet it lost only by a narrow 7-6 margin after a long, hard battle. Last fall, the situation was somewhat reversed. Michigan, riddled by gradua- tion losses, had won no games while the Illini were undefeated. But Michigan rose to the situation, fought with a fury born of true spirit, and fell, but only by the same 7-6 margin that had a year be- I fore been in Michigan's favor. Illinois was the superior team, and although hin- dered by intermittant downpours and uncertain footing, earned the name of "Game Little Roosters." The lone Illinois touchdown was registered as the final drive in a 72 yard parade from the Illinois 28 yard line, while Michigan's six points were the result of the Wolverine's only advance past the Illini 30 yard line. ANTILLA, Tackle Sadly outweighed, almost 20 pounds to the man, the Illinois team outcharged Michigan, and deserved the victory in every way. Illinois gained 172 yards from the line of scrimmage, while Michigan accumu- lated only 62, Illinois completed four of six passes, Michigan only one of six. Michigan had only a theoretical punting advantage, for Lind- berg's kicks were longer and more accurate, but one was blocked and another hurried and poor. Illinois intercepted two Michigan passes, and was an alert and clever team rushing into every play with a cool clear- ness that proved too much for the Michigan eleven. The victory was the first scored on Michigan soil since 1920, and the Hrst in many years of Conference play. Page 171 " K ' - ' A N- is, 9 as 399 B xt i lx -.,. .X .W - x ' -. '- 9 " ' 15 "iox'5 3, 1 l s 2 ff : " xl sf 151 . rv-P , . .. g s ' A ."' ""' fin-M s I ,J l l V I ff 3 3 ull hip-1-we l 1,51-L 5 E ,xii 1 M ,-HAJB n1PI...., n ., .r-'eflylfiyqqy Tunononn, Fnlllmrk NELSON, Emi PORTMAN, I-Inlfback ILLINOIS 7 - ARMY 0 Playing in a terrific downfall on a field heavy with mud, Illinois sloshed its way to a 7-0 victory over the Army eleven in Memorial Stadium to win the fifth consecutive game on the schedule and ring up a victory in one of the most important intersectional contests of the season. Billed as a struggle between two smart and speedy teams, the unfortunate weather conditions made impossible the fulfillment of advance predictions. The heavy ball rendered the famous Illini passing attack lame and failed to afford Army's Jack Buckler the proper footing for his standard long runs. Crain Portman, Illini halfback, scored the lone touchdown of the game on a dash off left tackle from the Army 11 yard line late in the first quarter. Les Lindberg kicked the extra point, ending the scoring for the day, although each eleven had opportunities later which failed to materialize by narrow margins. Quarterback Beynon marshalled the Illinois team in flawless style, calling sig- nals with a monotonous perfection. Although Army outrushed Illinois, and almost all the statistics favored the Cadets, Illinois impressed the 45,000 spectators as being the dominant eleven during the entire game. Lindberg's punting was the outstanding factor in the victory, giving Illinois the offensive ad- vantage despite the superior Army rushing. Center Al Sayre, usually dependable, was uncertain with his passes to the kicker because of the wet field, but Lindberg took the ball from any side or angle and booted it toward sideline harbors with uncanny accuracy. "Texas" Jack Buckler's longest run was a 32 yard dash around his right end, while each of their passes, 13 yards, were longer than any Illini pass, and were received by end Bill Schuler who played an excellent game for Army. One of the earlier momenls in the Illi- nois-Army game, when uniforms were clean cuough Io tell this was a thrust by the Cmicls, but lhera was loo much rain lo lell why or how. Shulcr, Wolf, and Bn-arley are Ihr' fliscmzable Carlcls. Page 172 J xx ' I . .'- gf 2' ' ,' fr X- I 5 x Q DAHL, Tackle CARSON, Fullback Flscxmn, fullback X ILLINOIS 14 - NORTHWESTERN 3 With three of the most important games on the schedule already played and won, Coach Bob Zuppke's greatest job with his "game little rooster" team was to keep the athletes in proper physical form and mental edge. With something of a problem arising from this angle, the Fighting -Illini in- vaded Dyche Stadium in Evanston and defeated Northwestern's Wildcats, 14-3. Illinois was facing a team not so powerful man for man as Illinois, yet pitched to a high note for the annual homecoming contest before a near-capacity crowd. The final score was not an accurate story of the game, for Illinois was close to defeat on one occasion near the end of the game and not only trailed the Wildcats for a good portion of the contest, but also found itself sadly outplayed. The Illini did not appear as a team unbeaten and untied, and for that fact, Northwestern looked su- perior. However, when the time came to act, and to act promptly and without waste motion, the Illinois team was right in the struggle and proved its superiority. Northwestern went on the field to start the game with a zest and fire that Illinois lacked, and midway in the first quarter the Wildcats stepped into a 3-0 lead with a field goal kicked by Guard Joe Chambers from the Illinois 10 yard line. The rest between halves must have been a tonic for the Illini, however, for they came back in the second half and scored two touchdowns while holding Northwestern scoreless. Ken Nelson paved the way for the first touchdown by blocking one of Steve Toth's punts, just as he blocked Buckler's punt in the Army game, while the second came as the result of a 75 yard drive, 69 of which were gained by Lindberg on a run through center. 11" Ohio State fries a trick pasting play he- hind the line of scrimmage. Even lhe camera missed the ball, although Fischer and Gryboski seemed to know where it -was going. Monahan of the Buckeyes is in the foreground. Page 173 N I W 1 hu! nun, . I i 99 'n 1. 'H 9 K 15 "10x'5 f Q ll , . in I ff! CUMMINGS, Emi DYKSTRA, Emi HENRY, Quarlcrhack ILLINOIS 3 - WISCONSIN 7 Illinois' hopes for a championship and a perfect record for the season went awry at Madison when Wisconsin, recognized as an inferior eleven, outcharged and outsmarted Illinois, capitalized on Illinois errors, and won a 7-3 victory. The Illini were at their lowest playing standard of the season, for Wisconsin was probably the weakest Conference team faced and had only an enthusiastic spirit of Homecoming week-end to raise them to a better playing level. The victory was earned by Wisconsin, although to Illinois, under the circumstances, it was a stinging humiliation. Wisconsin scored on an unusual play, but that did not detract from the credit granted them for the victory, since the Illini on that day lacked the two essentials which had carried them to victory over heavier and better rivals, that of keenness of football instinct and mental alert- ness. Wisconsin scored a touchdown after three minutes had elapsed in the second quarter. Lindberg was throwing a pass from his own 36 yard line when the Badger line charged in and partially de- flected the ball as it left the passer's hand. Allen Mahnke, center for the Badgers, caught the ball in mid-air and ran the distance to the Illini goal line without any interference or serious pursuit. Guard Mario Pacetti kicked the extra point after touchdown. The most concentrated Illini drive fell short of a touchdown, but resulted in a field goal which gave the Illini their sole three points. Nelson recovered a Wisconsin fumble on the Badger 13 yard line, mid-way in the third quarter. Two line plays gained six yards, and a pass over the goal line was incomplete. On the fourth down, Lindberg kicked the field goal with Beynon holding. Right: The lafl sizle of the Illinois lim- gors into action, Dahl faking Iona: ou! of play as the Buckeyes make an afar! lo holrl. Across: Theodore waiches axpvrlavilly while Dyksira crashes the Buclu'yv lim' fo see wha! is to be done. Havre has lied uf: a happily 1min'enlijic1i Illini. Page 174 ILLINOIS 6 - CHICAGO 0 Although championship hopes were gone, Illi- nois' 1934 edition of the Fighting Illini went into the last game of the season intent upon ending the season as they had started it, victoriously. Chicago with sensational Jay Berwanger was the rival, and the Illini not only checked the run- ning star, but baffled Chicago to win a 6-0 vic- tory with an efficient' and business-like manner befitting a team which had played brilliantly during the course of the season. The eleven tak- ing the field against Chicago was different from that which started the majority of Conference games during the season, Coach Zuppke was seeking to shake off the lethargy which had per- vaded and dominated the Illinois team in the Northwestern and Wisconsin encounters. WRIGHT, Eml CANT Chuck Galbreath climaxed a brilliant game at right tackle during the entire season by scoring the touchdown for Illinois on an unusual play. Early in the first quarter, with the ball on the Chicago five yard line, Beynon passed to sophomore end Ben Cantwell, but Captain Eli Patterson of the Maroons got in the way, and the ball was deflected off his chest and into Galbreath's arms. Galbreath promptly stepped forward and fell over the goal line for the score. Lindberg then failed the first time in the six games to convert the point after touchdown. The 6-0 margin, however, proved enough for victory. Illinois baffled the Chicago team and most of the capacity crowd of spec- tators by starting the second half with an on-side kick-off, making the ball a free one, eligible to either team. End Bill Waller fell on the oval on the Chicago 35 yard line, but an Illini fumble offset the advantage gained. Chi- cago, with possession of the ball, was unable to penetrate the Illini defense, and the trick Chicago formations used were completely covered on every play. WELL, End WALLER, Em! L I N I I C 5 i 3 ? 1? '.,,. , -- " ya -- uw L- 3 ? . I.-' 5 l' cf- . ', , ff ...--.---pa-L .- -A N ' - Page 1 7 5 i fl an iifis'-' e spor' o 'c e av' woo -A 9 iygfe, s'pee , M- f 4 5 l accuvac ""'wfx- 1 iso U t 21 is io . E? ,1 2" Wm--on , : . TL 351.11 A L'4:.i'iQ'Q J -- 6 LZ: N- 8 4 4l 'W I ji hz, ' . . 'T . wa, ia, ' . 1.-Tl ., J ,jk an "1 . . sq P nan Nfk 1. M- r iffy :q:...F' , ,373 ' A 3" f M L QW 'QB " 'J " 'a 3 if 4 ff ' x Q f kf' N , X Rf 1 as .- - ZF 734' grief: Viv' SKETBA Ruuv, Coach Fnoscrmulzn, Capluin A .,,. .,,.., VARSITY BASKETBALL Basketball in the "Big Ten" Conference provides as keen competition as is to be found in any conference or league in all sport in the United States. Any conference team is a possible victor over any other in any single game. The breaks of eligibility, illness, officiating, and home floor determine many games. The scouting of opponents tends to even this competition as well. For a school to win consistently it must have better man power than the opponents. The history of Illinois basketball brings out three paramount characteristics. The first of these characteristics is that Illinois seldom is represented by a poor basketball team. For even longer than the thirteen years the writer has been at Illinois, only one team, that of 1928, has won less than one-half its conference games. Only one other university in the Western Conference, Purdue, can boast of such a consistent record. The second outstanding characteristic of Illinois basketball history lies in the fact that Illinois, more than any other conference team, has executed "upsets in dope." The third characteristic of Illinois basketball history lies in the spirit and sportsmanship of Illinois basketball spectators. Every opposing player and coach will say that Illinois is diHicult to defeat on its home floor because the crowd, largely made up of students, makes the team play "over its head." At the same time persons will say that the Illinois crowds display better sportsmanship than those of any other conference institution. 2 Z - Q? Q Q., Ruby Combos Bcnlmm Markworth Dehncr Ricgcl Swanson Vopicka Blout Gates Gibbs Mills Henry Froschnucr Guztschow Dcynon Braun Page 178 PI"l"l'IGliE S iorMam1gcr g , , r 5 W, an xQ3 I 12' ' y Q BARNARD DE WOLF junior Managers Team ILLINOIS Wisconsin Purdue h .... Ohio State BIG TEN BASKETBALL STANDINGS Indiana .......... Iowa ........ W L Minnesota .......... ......... 5 Northwestern ..... ........ 3 Michigan ...... -, ..... , 2 10 Chicago ..... ........ 1 1 1 ILLINOIS RECORD Illinois, 263 DePaul, 29 Illinois, Illinois, 555 Illinois, 305 Illinois, 383 Illinois, 33g Illinois, 245 Illinois, 3 5 g Illinois, 285 Illinois, 37 5 Illinois, 445 Bradley, 25 Wabash, 27 Washington, 15 St. Louis, 22 Butler, 39 Wabash, 28 Indiana, 32 Purdue, 36 Ohio State, 23 Page 179 Illinois, Illinois Illinois, Illinois, Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois, Illinois, 9 3 J 9 Pct. TP .750 439 .750 363 .750 451 .667 410 .667 421 .500 411 .417 379 .250 325 .167 280 .083 354 Indiana, 42 Michigan, 22 Notre Dame, 26 Chicago, 33 Purdue, 35 Ohio State, 33 Minnesota, 34 Chicago 29 Minnesota, 28 Michigan, 22 OP 376 303 377 385 398 398 414 354 361 473 LLIINI 1 ,fr 'lf' l in 0 ag? X . X07 ffm. as X RL, ,. I 'N h e , 7 , M , . ,W . C L, , , w ,ms XLLIII, X f , , I J I RIEGLL, Cuulcr BEYNON, Gmml GU'I"rscriow, Forwfml The finest Illinois basketball team in history, the 1934-35 Illini cagers, won nine games and lost only three to tie for the Western Conference title with Purdue and Wisconsin, each team having similar records for the season. Cap- tain Frank Froschauer was the outstanding man on the Illinois team, as he led the scoring with 108 points to rank fifth in the Conference point standings and played a brilliant offensive game at his forward position. In his first year on the team Froschauer had been the individual star, but last season he sacri- ficed his chances for a more glamorous record by lending himself towards team cooperation. Indiana won two games from Illinois when the Hoosiers were at their early season peak, and Purdue won the home engagment at Lafayette. The most brilliant Illinois victory of the season was scored against Purdue when the Boil- ermakers invaded the new gym. Illinois won a one-point, 37-36 victory, the fifth consecutive home triumph over the annually powerful Purdue five. Illi- nois had no further difHculty,winning the rest of the home games by large scores and wide margins. The Conference race was a close one from start to finish, the ultimate winners being in doubt until the final games were played, which made the season one of the most exciting in years. 672 I 11' . .iil NV? f f V ,y ww N01 I'lI3NIkY, Guard Page 1 80 its .,. f N" 'av J. F x f x if- ' N avi' Y f ci- i ,Q X, ' W X4 1' N- B -,,nex1uii'.s' 9' l 1 l X X ,fl K. f 9 9 x f. . . I i 4 w l J P , li X i? i wif' l - i ... r - 5 . 1 , ..k, ,,,.,, V X -vga' 1 ,,,..f5f., V A ' A I raw VODICKA, Gmml MILLS, Forward Comnns, Guurzl V r- ,' . l r l, 51, XLLUII4 X H, w ,fi , f N t X 1. h , BRAUN, Gmml XZ..- I-r With three sophomores in the lineup to support a nucleus of two seniors, the Illini team was slow in starting and appeared ragged and slow in passwork. As the season progressed, however, the Illini showed marked improvement in every game, and when the last games were being played, they were without a superior in the Conference. Roy Guttschow paired at forward with Froschauer to make a senior combination, and Robert Riegel, Wilbur Henry, and Harry Combes were the three regular sophomores, Riegel at center, Henry and Combes at guard positions. Riegel scored 99 points during the season, placing sixth in the Conference behind Froschauer, while every other man was well up in the point standings. The veteran Jack Beynon was forced out of the regular lineup by the sophomores with more scoring power, but his defensive skill made him an inval- uable asset to the team. Other players who performed during the year in reserve capacity were Culver Mills, Grant Mickelson, Bill Gibbs, Howard Braun, Harold Benham, Pick Dehner, Jim Vopicka, Hale Swanson, and Byron Blout. Because of the fact that no junior man was a regular on the team and since it is not customary to elect a sophomore captain, the 1935-36 team will have a captain selected before each game, and an honorary captain will be elec- ted at the close of the season. Page ISI gill Ln MN .,,..,.f ,,,,.. ..:, 3346 - x ,-H,f,f'f2tc:w1.a The Cray X t 35199 'rf iiracevfor' . I. .- Q45 time Jces f, 'nance--yqqing Feet Q ,fwx X ancJ pougm f f ' fx "4 , . ,..,. v I 1 1,5-X-xy Q ' f fm ' x sl jx H X' , J' h K-TQTZK .1 .f " 'gf' xl I ' "- . QL ,XXX .f X 1 I 5 + 3 ,X NN " -. . , N ,.4- X-, X X- .f ,,,--. s T -. Nf U' -. 5 "Q: J, x L . -7. f RAC SEATON, Crmrl: SIQELY, Calmfiu VARSITY TRACK Track is a great tradition at Illinois. Our athletic history is studded with the achievements of many outstanding teams and individual performers who have carried the Orange and Blue to the front from coast to coast. It is no easy standard for the Illini track men of today to attempt to match, but the achieve- ments of the teams of the past under the great coach, Harry Gill, and his assistant, Chic Werner, are a constant inspiration. Most of the sterling athletes Whose talents brought the outdoor track cham- pionship of the Big Ten to Illinois last June have passed off the collegiate scene and their absence is keenly felt. This season We have had to look to a small nucleus of experienced men, such as Captain Irving Seely, pole vaultg Jack Dufresne, distance runsg Verne Eckert, dashes and 440 yardsg and "Red', Baughman, middle distances, supplemented by newer contenders who will eventually be heard from but who require seasoning. It is patently out of the question for the 1935 team to retain the cham- pionship laurels which were won last year but the University may count on the members of the team giving their best in the final meets of the season. 65? Miller Carroll Ilorrolf Buswell Mies Swann Schoeninger Poole Pierce Nelson I Dufresne I Baugliman Lakai Adams Seely Wright Eckert Portman Seaton Knight Cummmgx Kamm Cook Russell Barron Christiansen jones Page I 8 4 Q 'i IIISKZIIIEIK, Srnior NIlllItl,Q!'V M'7G'30UG'I ROIUEIWS SMH: ll Il ROADIIOUSIZ NIIENKE Ki2i.Lx' Onfzlom' TI'lIC'k. I 934 ILLINOIS, 45 Indiana, 40 3X5 K Michigan, 28 3fS Northwestern, 27 U10 Iowa, 17 5' ohio sfm, 17 XVisconsin, 17 S lf mn' NI1lll1IXl'I'.Y BIG TEN CONFERENCE STANDING Indoor Tl'Hf'k. 1934-35 Michigan, 492 Ohio State, ZZMZ Wisconsiia, 18M Iowa, 17 ILLINOIS, 12M Minnesota, 10 Indiana, 9 Purdue, 16 U5 Purdue, 5 Chicago, 9 U10 Chicago, 3 K, Howmmn 11 - .- f, f . INIlillll?LWIil:1I,Ql'I'X Mlnl1CSOtn! 7 NOrtl1wcStcl.l1s 3 Page 185 , ,ani ff 11.2 X- ff' If O X 'r X ,f 4 ' S W7 X 4- .1 , -N ii M Ka, ai fk Xf I-Q5 N J . tie' mi ,eb Lg X 5 ff 49, NCT: D ji, A b lm , fx 1 Y J ., ," - Bl u ' f 'zz fl fo? Bj be .3 , "WT: xxx 34 I Q Ji' XC' flax A f 'X ,...,5fl...L A -Yi: W VZ., F 1 ' l flgvw 'r . , 'f' ' ' 7" RUSSELL, Dnsbcs KAMM, Sbot-juz! Cook, Sho!-put Showing the results of some remarkable coaching by Don Cash Seaton, who was serving his first season at Illinois, the 1934 Orange and Blue track team won the Western Conference outdoor championship with the amazingly low team total of 45 points to successfully climax a season of medi- ocrity. Three Illini seniors carried off a large share of glory for the season, Co-Captains David Cook and Albert "Chin" Kamm starring in the shot-put and Hunter Russell in the sprint events. Cook established a new Illinois shot-put record with a toss of 50 feet, 3 M inches, and set a new home record in Memorial Stadium with a throw of 49 feet, 2 inches. Kamm, who usually ran a close second to his teammate, finished the season by defeating Cook in the Conference meet to win first place with a toss of 49 feet, 11 inches. Cook was second, failing by several inches to equal the win- ning mark. Sprinter Hunter Russell was the third Illinois star, running in the 100 yard dash in the speedy time of 9.7 seconds twice, first in the preliminaries of the Drake Relays and again in the dual meet with Michigan at Ann Arbor. He also won the Steve Farrell trophy, awarded annually to the winner of the 100 yard dash in the Conference meet by the University of Michigan in honor of their late track coach and teacher. Complete or near complete Illinois teams were entered in five meets, while several members of the squad were entered in the post-season National Intercollegiate Meet at Los Angeles, California. The team as a body participated in the Kansas Relays, the Drake Relays, in dual meets with Michi- gan and Purdue, and in the Conference meet. Illinois won the Purdue meet in Memorial Stadium. 692 to S 6 M, won the Conference meet, and lost to Michigan, 73 to 53. Fanckboner Cole Fullerton Kelly Hennig' T. Hackett Webb Long Klimek Hcdiger Seldon Kenney L. Dixon Heinlein Wnss Dayton Wolf Roadhouse Dalton H. Dixon Drennen Pollensky Grieve Weith Reed J. Hackett Ricgel lirrxbmm Track Squad Page 180 S a fa 's X VAN Mirrnn, jaw-lin HBLLMICH, Dusbes JONES, Disfqm-g The Kansas Relays, the first intercollegiate event of the year, found the Illinois 440 yard relay team Winning first place. Hunter Russell, Robert Carroll, Crain Portman, and Hudson Hellmich ran in the order named. The half mile relay team was fourth. In the individual performances, Co-Captain Cook was third in the shot-put and Co-Captain Kamm fourth in the discus, giving Illi- nois a total of 12 points. In the Drake Relays the Illini team earned a total of 16.5 points as Seely tied for first place in the pole vault, Cook took third place in the shot-put, and the 440 and 880 yard relay teams won second and third respectively. Although Illinois lost to Michigan at Ann Arbor, five Illini athletes were outstanding. Dave Cook established a new Ferry Field and Illinois shot-put mark with his throw of S0 feet, 32 inches. Marsh Miller raced to his fastest victory in the 440 yard race, covering the distance in 48.6 seconds, Jack Dufresne won the first race of his career in the 2 mile rung Russell sprinted the 100 yard dash in 9.7 seconds, and Joe Schoeninger forced Ward to a brilliant 14.7 seconds in the 120 yard high hurdles before relinquishing first place in that event. Verne Eckert won the 220 yard dash and Kamm won the discus throw to complete the Illini list of victories, six in all compared to seven for Michigan. Points were more plentiful in the Purdue meet, two records being broken as an added feature. Duane Purvis of Purdue smashed the Illinois record in the javelin with a toss of 199 feet, 3 inches, surpassing the old mark by 2 feet, 6 inches, while Cook broke the old Illinois mark in the shot-put throwing the iron ball 49 feet, 2 inches. 3 sd S if , M FX. X. ge ffm XX 1 'S rw 1 Page 1 8 7 I L I N I . f 2 A i pf ' v ' N ll ,-1, 1 I ja 1 V J X , Q 'Q 1 ll' H I ,N 4' Q 'Hr X I xr ' CMUQULI., Duxbvx LAROI, luwlill CHlus'rlANsliN, Duvlwv On the basis of past performances, Michigan and Indiana were scheduled to stage a two-way struggle for the Conference championship. Illinois was given a chance to finish third or fourth, pressed by Northwestern or Ohio State. However, when the preliminaries had been concluded, Illinois had qualified 16 men for the finals the next day, eight more than its nearest rival, Michigan. In- diana had only seven men in the finals, changing the entire complexion of the meet. The number of men qualified by Illinois had a direct bearing on the final outcome, for it was by numbers rather than in- dividual victories that the Illini defeated its supposedly superior rivals. Illinois, by having three men place in each of the final dash events, gained 20 points to start the meet finals. Russell won the 100 yard dash, Hellmich following Russell to finish fourth. Portman picked up one point by earning a fifth place in the 220 yard low hurdles, Kamm another point with a fifth place in the discus throw. Seely won second place in the pole vault, and Adams equalled that feat with a second place in the broad jump. Van Meter earned a third place in the javelin throw for another three points, and then the Illini co-captains finished one-two in the shot put to earn nine more points. The mile relay team capped off the scoring with another point for fifth place. In the National meet Hunter Russell tied with Keith Parsons of Southern California for second place in the 100 yard dash, both men trailing Ralph Metcalf. Russell was picked third, but motion pictures showed him to be tied with the Trojan ace. Captain-elect Irving Seely was the only other Illinois athlete to score, leaping 13 feet, 6 inches for a third place in the pole vault. Rigbl: Mr. Iam' cJ1L'f'llX lmwkx nrmflrrr lain' ax ln' rroxxvx lbc' finixb lim' firxf in flu' Illinois-Ohio Shih' flmrl mcvl xlrrinl. Arroxx: Hail lo lln' rirlorxf Vrrm' lirkvrl, 1l'illlll'l' of lbz' 220 yard flnxb in ilu' lllilmix-l'ln'alln' oulflonr nigh! llll'l'f, xlumlx al ilu' lop, Rus.vz'1l brlow lrim, ulnl loorfvl: of l'1n'clnz', nf Ibn lmllolll. Page I 88 ,-vs l . ,Ar 4: ,as ,VXA W . iw:fd.ff-'ia-rw M: ,,,. 1 1, . LA Num: llill, Dixluwv 1 SY. Gi u. 5 il P' I V ' , s 1 .H J 1 . 3, - Y .I 5. 1 ,'f - -11. , ms. .tu , .L ,- BAUGHMAN, Cl'U.FX-CUlIIIff.X' I :gi 189 The Illinois Varsity cross-country team found no Westerii Conference meet scheduled for the past season, and therefore was unable to defend the title won in the 1933 season. Riddled by graduation losses, in the races held the Illini managed only to tie in a dual meet with Butler I while losing to Wiscoiisin. In the Butler meet, held over the Varsity three and one-half course, y the teams deadlocked at 28-28, while the Bad- gers, running on their own four mile course, de- 2 feated the Illini 22-37. 9 w Captain Jack Dufresne was the leading per- .. 8 former for the Illinois team, winning Hrst place l' in the four mile race at Madison and running I second to the stellar Howard Sears of Butler E . . ' over the Illini course. The lack of men to fill the gap between first place and the first five was reason enough for the downfall of the cham- pionship Illini team. As a rule, the Illini found themselves bunched across the Hnish line Hfth, sixth, and seventh, leaving the top positions to rival runners. Lynn "Red,' Baughman was the most consistent runner after Dufresne, placing sixth in both meets. 1 IJUI-'IlljSNlE, Cl'1l.V.l'-Cl1lIIlfl'Aj' Dufresne won the Wisconsiii race in 20:40.7 and was followed across the finish line by four Wisconsiii runners, each about eleven seconds apart. Baughman and Meis ran six and seven for Illinois, and Wiscon- sin's runners followed eight, nine, and ten. Since under the National Collegiate rules the first five men only are counted in the point stand- ings, Wisconsin was charged with second, third, fourth, fifth, and eighth, giving them 22 points. Talbot came in eleventh and Lowe twelfth for Illinois, giving the Illini a team total of 37. In the Butler meet, Sears finished first, followed by Dufresne, and Butler runners came in third and fourth. Buswell finished fifth, Baugh- man sixth, Lowe seventh, and Meis eighth, and they being the first five Illini runners to cross the line, gave Illinois a team total of 28. Butler, with first, third, and fourth already having finished, took ninth and eleventh, equalling the Illinois team total, deadlocking the meet. BA , f ci L Y.., I K l ix, lim L I N I F I GIH 1 1 a fm a . rf il I -'U """-.- ' J 1 4 Y I u 1 Q i fi xx Z A A ' E i 4 I C. ll, lr, ,-rfsxjl Sig- E l V B 4. Af . POLLENSKY, High jump Ecxmvr, Dasbcx ADAMS, Brorul-jump Depending almost entirely upon untried material, Coach Don Seaton's Illini indoor track team went through its schedule without a victory in three dual meets and placed fifth in the annual Conference meet to conclude a poor season. Riddled by graduation losses and several damaging ineligibilities, the team re- mained without any outstanding Stars, scoring its points chiefly by virtue of second and third places rather than by victories in the several events. Two dual meets were held in the Armory, one with Ohio State, the other with Notre Dame, and a third meet was held with Indiana at Bloomington. The first Conference dual meet resulted in a 68-36 victory for Ohio State, led by the sensational Buckeye sophomore star, Jesse Owens. Owens won four events, the 60 yard dash, the 70 yard low and high hurdles, and the broad jump, setting two new marks. Illini runners managed only to win two events, Jack Dufresne leading the field in the two mile run and Lynn Baughman leading the 880 yard runners. Dufresne was also third in the mile run. Crain Portman, by virtue of second places in both the 60 yard dash and 70 yard low hurdles tied Dufresne for high point honors for Illinois, each man scoring six points. Illinois showed to better advantage in the second dual meet, although losing to Indiana, S8-46. Four Illini won their events, one tying for first place. Captain Irving Seely won the pole vault, Verne Eckert the 440 yard dash, Bart Cummings the shot put, Fred Wheling the broad jump, and Charles Pollensky tied for first in the high jump. Dufresne and Baughman won second places in the two mile run and 880 yard run, respectively. Rigbf: Iluufvr Ruxxull n'r'z'iuvx flu' Slrzv' Firrrr'll 'memorial lrnliby from Dean lilz'lc'bz'r. The nwuril govx lo Ihr 'IUfIllIf'Y of fbi' 100 yan! ilusb in Ibn unumll Cllllft'Yl'llI'l' IlI!'!'l. Avroxx: Il IIIIIWKIH' as if Crain Porlman of lllizmix lmx won Ibis raw. fnrl Owrwx, lvilb ll lux! Imp, fnrgvrl ulmnf rlllll llfllkl' ' ilu' Mlm. Page 190 Illinois suffered its worst defeat against Notre Dame in the last dual meet of the season as the Irish trackmen scored a 71 M to 322 victory. Illinois won only one event and tied for first in another, the Irish apparently having won the meet with little trouble, for the first Notre Dame victory over Illinois in 31 years. Jack Dufresne was the lone Illinois winner, again being victorious in the two mile run, while Cap- tain Seely tied for first place in the pole vault. Cap- tain Vincent Murphy of Notre Dame broke the Armory high jump record with a Vault of 6 feet, 7 inches. Placing fifth in the Conference meet, the Illinois team trailed Michigan, the winner, Ohio State, Wis- consin, and Iowa. Captain Irving Seely was the only Illini athlete to win an in- dividual title when he leaped 13 feet, 4 inches in the pole vault to defeat his nearest rival by 4 inches. No Illini runner took second place, and only two men were able to place third, Eckert in the 440 yard dash and Pollensky in the high jump, Pollensky sharing that honor with two others. Al Mitizia tied for fifth place with three other pole vaulters, and the Illini scoring was concluded with a fourth place in the mile relay. Disappointing was the failure of Dufresne and Baughman to score in their specialty events. Several sophomores distinguished themselves during the season, Pollensky in the high jump, Mitizia in the pole vault, and Duane Cullinan in the hurdles. Fred Wheling, a junior with no experience, proved a point winner in the broad jump by defeating the veteran members of the team in that event. Pollensky's best jump was 6 feet, 3 inches against Ohio State, while Mitizia scored a surprise with his ex- cellent pole vaulting when he leaped 12 feet, 6 inches for a place in the Conference meet. Cullinan scored in the hurdles in every dual meet, although he was forced out of the point column when he faced more experienced competition in the Confer- ence Meet. BAILTH, Rc-lay CULLINAN, I'I1mllvs is Pon'rMAN, Dashes ffl, 1 f Page 191 ein: if 1 Q xy X 8 J KAN .ff fflf.-1 The spovt of a plaife kwa 'ceam 1- ,va ' '-- C J inf-, + ji? 1: ai: was a thin-giri ui: ' e ea ev: ip rw 11 .ig Qu J 11, 5l1:H,'Ef 'pen-onalitq Jgwen. .Y M." I' ' , -1 1, Q.: 'o ' .r , 1- V +",,'1.'-. -Sv' ,Z X - ax -'-T I L04 " HQ, g g ' ifk u 0 J ,Z X -Q N. F 5. f X H ... A x-- S X M ROETTGER, Courb FRINK, Captain Lraxvls, Culmluin-rlcrl VARSITY BASEBALL It was with a feeling of happiness that I received and accepted Mr. Huff's offer to become baseball coach at the University-I am glad to be back at Illinois. My only regret is that the opportunity was occasioned by the untimely death of Carl Lundgren, who was held in such high esteem by us all. I can not begin to say enough for Lundy. Certainly, I consider it a great honor to be asked to succeed him, and as I start on my new job here it shall be my hope and ambition to try to continue to give to Illinois the fine baseball it has known and enjoyed through the years under Mr. Lundgren and Mr. Huff. For the coming season there will again be available many of the members of last year's cham- pionship team. Unfortunately, the battery men, the pitchers and catchers, are gone. This means, in baseball terms, that about one half of the "back-bone" of the team will have to be replaced. Fortun- ately there are some likely-looking replacements among both the holdovers and the new men for these vital positions. Also there are other new men who will be pushing some of the regulars of last year's team. On the whole, competition for positions should be keen, and, barring misfortune in studies and accidents, prospects for a representative team must be considered good. L, Strzcpck Mack Loman Duffncr Frnsclmucr Swiklc Hotchkin Folger Lnbnnt Berg Ward Thomas ,Ycawn Portman Anderson Rolla Lundgren Mclino Moyer Niklcwicz Hocft Kowalski Kascll Masck jordan Weber Sicmianrkowski Carlson lfrink Lewis Scliustek Toncotf Pershcll Page 194 Boacmzas, Senior Mfumger RUMMLEIL STARK junior Managers is. Page 195 Cu'r'rEu I'IILDEMAN OIKTMAN HLAVACEK Roci-nz MOSHEL EVANS HIBBERT Sophomore Managers 1934 BASEBALL STANDINGS BIG TEN CONFERENCE W L Pct. ILLINOIS ..... ...... 9 1 .900 Indiana, ...... ..,... 5 1 .833'i - Purdue .,.,., ...... 4 4 .500"' Iowa ............. ...... 3 3 .500 Northwestern ,, ...... 4 5 .444 Ohio State ..... ...... 3 4 .429 Michigan ,... ..,... 4 6 . .400 Chicago ...... ...,.. 3 5 .375 Minnesota ,....... ...... 3 5 .375 Wisconsin .,,......... .......,........ 2 6 .250 "Tie Game ILLINOIS RECORD Illinois ,..,.....,......,.,, ............,..... 9 Ohio University ....... Illinois .. ......., 5 Ohio University ......, Illinois ........ 0 Ohio University ,,.,.,, Illinois .. ........ 9 Ohio University ....... Illinois .. ......,. 3 Illinois Wesleyan ..... ... Illinois ,,,,,, ........ 2 Illinois Wesleyan .....,. Illinois .. ........ 14 Bradley .............. - ....... Illinois .. ........ 7 Ohio State ,...... Illinois . ........ ll Bradley .... Illinois ...... .... 5 Wisconsiim .... Illinois .. ........ 15 Purdue ............. Illinois .. ........ 6 Northwestern .... Illinois ,, .,...... l Michigan .,....,.. ... Illinois ...... ........ 7 Chicago ........ Illinois .. ....... 4 Wisconsin .... Illinois ,. ........ 8 Purdue ......,... Illinois ,.,... ........ 7 Michigan ,........... ... Illinois ,,,,,, ..,..... 6 Northwestern .... ... I I N G I L L I N ,M ., 1 4 I .X yf -4 .N N Ex I M If K x I 'Q Ii x X l X- - Q5 Ns -ff' Z X X -N , 1 Q: ikx, f r 4 1, A 1 ly I lx , X 1 - , N A a 1 1 ia., A 4 X f.. . -'Q Fi if Zin Memnrimn Gialrl IEvnmu'h liunhgreu illuurliall Olunrlp. 1 5211- 1 H34 Zlirlmmry Ili, 13811---Augixat 21. 15134 Carl Leonard Lundgren, Professor of Physical Education, Assistant Director of the School of Physical Education, and Varsity Baseball coach, died August 21, 1934. He graduated from this University in 1902, with a B.S. degree in Engineering. 'His excellent work on the college baseball team as pitcher helped bring two championships and he was elected both Captain of the team, and President of the Senior class. After leaving school he played with the Chicago National League, the "Cubs," as pitcher for seven years, during which time they won two world championships and he was ranked as one of the three best pitchers in the country. His coaching career began at Princeton as freshman coach, later he went to the University of Michigan as Varsity coach in 1914, and finally he became head coach at Illinois in 1920. During the twelve seasons he won four championships for the Illini and tied another. In Carl Lundgren the University has lost one of its foremost teachers, and all who knew him have lost a friend. -.1 , . Page 1 96 'v x-v'1.'. . - A 1 - W M 9: ' Y . I J A' ff' I , ,. l h I ,I dw I' I xl X. .j 'L N' ', ,"-.gf 4' .. 'Aj .- I-i,,,f'm,,,,,7 I W, .. .AQ 4 I ,W f 5. 1, A ' ,,.:Tf i , fa N I -. a , ' is r 'A 2' i - f." "' -'s - ' ' , , qw , - P. Q 1 C- i I 1 a Y f ' 4 M , - ' x 'rw , -t"li'4i i ' ' . iii? Y i ' ' I . -, ii' li I' ' , I ,V ' V 3 4 -, Wa- in 3 . -'51 YEATON, Riglrf Firlfl Duxflwlzlx, Firxl Base Kfxscx-I, S1-roml Bun' The team was captained by Fred Frink, who served his third -ern Conference championship in a manner which proved a fit- ting tribute to the skill and leadership ability of its coach, the - I - late Carl Lund ren. Servin in his fourteenth ear as coach of .- g g WEISIEII, Srroml Buxz' the Illini nine, Carl Lundgren brought his fifth Conference title to the campus, andmaintained a reputation he had earned by virtue of keeping his baseball team in the upper ranks of the Conference every season. Winning nine of ten Conference games, losing only to Michigan at Ann Arbor, the Illini were far ahead of all rivals in percentage ratings. The complete record of the season, includ- ing games with non-Conference rivals, was 15 victories against three defeats, two non-Conference defeats being registered in the Hrst series of the season. The team was captained by Fred Frink, who served his third year on the team as a regular performer, alternating at first base and in the outfield. Frink was an eager leader, and his spirit both on and off the playing field was a dominant factor in the success of the Illini team. Page 197 1 ' A' I 7 ---, ,,- 1 - ..., . , Q XX J ,lx L I ff- I N f ,P V! zu- x. ws , - qc il " A fl la ' -V ' a 1 sl, 7- ' l FV l "if X A '3 s mi lv X7 lg A Ly is ' n f 1 I fl, W Q Lg? - 'gl 'I E I 'Y ,MVN svn 7 ,f .'AL 5 L, - xxx 4 -M X ef '61 ' ft? 1-X Ngyj I J 'EZ X i' X 1' P' 1 . L . ' l d 115 'g'Jw 4 -1 a , .figs ,,g 'A : V nl, , ",4 35. H , V ,flfa Y vm , Nncuzwicz, Right Fielrl Moran, Center Fielal CAnLsoN, Pitcher By the time the opening Conference encounter had rolled around, Illinois had captured four non-Conference games with an effective pitching offering and timely batting. Bradley and Illinois Wesleyan were the rivals, each on a home- and-home basis, and they proved not too difficult. By the time the games had ', a ,, been played, Coach Lundgren was in a better position to choose his Hrst team X, 'fp y lineup, as he had used various combinations with that purpose in mind. R iv 'ff 01 5 An exciting garrison finish marked the first important game of the year, I ' f -1 A A that a home Conference contest with the Buckeyes of Ohio State. The Illini nine J' was coasting along on what seemed to be a comfortable 3-1 lead, when in the 2 fllf l fi I ninth inning Ohio State drove hurler Clifford Carlson from the mound and .5 scored five runs. It was then that Illinois first showed its power, .scoring four if i . .x""' ' x runs in the last half of the inning to emerge victorious, 7-6. With that wild n- ., burst of scoring strength, the Illini seemed to gain confidence, coasting through Q ,,,, three consecutive victories, defeating Wisconsin, 5-1, Purdue, 15-3, and North- i I ffl 4 f western, 6-3. The victory over the Boilermakers gave Illinois an undisputed lead TONCOFF, Caieher F I G H T I N 1 Righi: "Stormy" Swilale misxes one of pileher Whilcy Wislerfx frm! balls, but so zloex the Michigan eulcher. The fllulzire will probably gel il on lhe shin. Acroxx: "Rell" Duguer is 1ue'le'omerl home ax he breukx 1111 fhe lulerseholaxlic week-eml baseball game wilh his home-rm: over the lefl field wnll. in the Conference standings at that stage of the season, for before that contest, each team was undefeated. Illinois never lost this lead. Page 19st . Qs- Nx , lu-ina, ew J a 4 , V., -:vans -1' .9 Pg 7' ffl X 3 .fi i ' 'fx . tw , . , ' P' " it' V ' A H 5 fi 'Vi 1, . ' 1 ,J ,L ivrhi' Tw. A R A v. . MQ He' N mi .S' ri, Y' ' ' 'wg - - 4 - .., 'iff' ..- . ' H'-Ie' V . -- if . . . ' A V 74 fi... '4-G mi - 'I i'.s':u".' 1- ,"ifi'x "':5'i 'f ' mi . ' "-.A D.-41 , mQv'L"'-:Q ""f"" 3-' -5 ' 9, 4 - ' WL Af" ,M ' ' SCHUSTEK, La-ff Fivlzl SIIEMIANTKOWSKI, Sborfslop SWIKLE, Sborfxfoh MASEK, Pilpln-r With a perfect Conference record of four victories and no defeats the Illini next faced Michigan and were unable to solve the pitching offerings of Francis "Whitey" Wistert, Wolverine ace. The Illini were able to connect safely only three times, producing a lone run. Michigan reached A1 Masek more frequently, and won, 4-1. Still in the Conference lead by virtue of having played and won two more games than Purdue, the nearest rival, Illinois went into the final half of the season with less confidence, but a greater air of determination. Chicagois Maroons were the first to suffer the strength of the Illini, for playing on the Midway, the Illini cracked out a decisive 7-4 victory. Playing in a true professional style, the Wisconsin Badgers and Illinois gave a brilliant exhibition of defensive skill in the encounter following, Illinois again win- ning, this time by a 4-2 score. Purdue was given a further shove down the list by suffering an 8-0 shut- out defeat at the hands of Carlson. The climax of the season was the Interscholastic game with Michigan in Illinois field. The Wolverines, intent upon repeating their first victory, jumped into an early S-2 lead. Illinois began to hit Wister's offerings in the seventh inning, scoring three runs to tie the score, and went into the lead in the next inning with another run. Michigan, however, scored again in the ninth inning, and when the Illini came to bat in the last half of the inning, the score was a 6-6 deadlock. The first two batters were retired, and then John Duffner clouted a home run far over the left field fence, winning the game, 7-6. ' f v X-NX '-.K 62 if . in ff N ox J Z iz on' to cr flwe crowol ff N Q51-252 P ioa II Illini 61: 9 JOKES owe a irrflu iz X nl X , ff tksbtvw knl np Wx- .. fc ff L S fy,-. ,- X S ,,,s' w..MQ ., 36 OTHER VARSITY SPORTS ANDREWS, Cllplflifl KENNEY, Couvb VARSITY, WRESTLING The Varsity Wrestling Team, champions or runners-up in the Western Conference with consis- tency is another Illini team with an overwhelming victory percentage. The Illinois and Indiana teams have dominated Big Ten and middle-west wrestling despite the rapidly increasing interest in the sport, as evidenced by larger attendance at conference meets. Although they lost to Indiana in the final dual meet of the 1934-35 season, the Illini wrestlers won four individual titles while Indiana won none, and Illinois was crowned Conference champions. The Illini team as a unit was stronger during the past season than any team within the past few years, although it lacked any outstanding stars. Two sophomores, one junior, and one senior won Conference titles, while several others placed in the final events. Conference champion at 118 pounds in his sophomore year, Pete Pakutinsky won the 126 pound title last season to be the lone Illini re- peater. Co-captain Andrew Dahl won the heavyweight crown, and sophomores Jack McIlvoy and Ralph Silverstein won titles, McIlvoy in the 145 pound class and Silverstein at 175 pounds. Co-Captain Charles Andrews, after a brilliant dual meet record, was forced to accept a second place in the conference meet, while the other three members, George Ledbetter, 118 pounds, Ken- neth Carpenter, 135 pounds and Abe Citron, 155 pounds, were eliminated earlier. Ledbetter, An- drews, and Dahl are seniors who will be lost to the team next year. . . ' .l fWc'il,,n .Q 3, We Blum Silverstein Prout Stewart Lcdbcztcr Brown Tuff: Howell Dahl Andrews Biclinski Rubin Kenney Adams McIlvoy Citron P. Pmkutinsky F. Pakutinsky Law Page 202 FLACIIMA NN, Cllllfllill MANLEY, Cauvb VARSITY SWIMMING Another Illinois Varsity Team with an overwhelming victory percentage to aid in making the 1934-35 season a banner one for Illinois other Varsity sports was Coach Ed Manley's swimming team. The tankmen, most of them veterans with excellent records in their first years of competition, put forth a well-balanced squad, and lost only one Conference dual meet, that to Iowa, and placed second in the Conference meet which was won by Michigan. The Illini had the Hnest aggregation of free-style dash stars ever assembled on one team at the University, led by Captain Charles Flachmann, Conference and National champion. Flachmann was the outstanding performer in the Conference, leading the field in dash events, and as anchor man on the 440 yard relay team was instrumental in the establishment of a new relay record for the Confer- ence in one of the first meets of the season and in the Conference meet in the New Gym pool. Henry Hansen was a runner-up to Flachmann in the 100 yard dash, and a valuable member of che relay team. Jim Hickey was the third member of the relay team and "Butch,' Overman, the fourth. Hickey was outstanding as an individual performer in the 440 yard swim and 220 yard dash, while in addition to sprinting and the 440 yard relay team, Overman participated in the medley events. In the shorter S0 yard dash, the Illini were well represented by Frank Dalrymple and Frank Crosby, and in the back stroke by Eric Larson, all consistent point gainers. "Dutch" Van Tuin was the first ranking breast stroke artist, and never failed to earn points in that event. G aI LLINI ' ' L A ,,s. Q' Hansen Larson Crosby Flachmann Bulnw Van Tuin Slnrrczc Dalrymplc Voknc Overmann Ilickcy janscn Page 203 HARTZ, Captain CRAIG, Coavb VARSITY FENCING A delegation of Illini athletes with a near monopolistic championship record is the Varsity fen- cing team, winners of the Western Conference championship in six of the past seven years of com- petition. Coached by Herbert Craig '28, the teams in the past seven years have always been high in quality but weak in quantity. In winning the Con ference championship for the 1935 season, the team proved an exception to the rule, having 14 performers on the roster, five engaged in foils, six in epee, and three in sabre matches. William Chiprin, a sophomore, was the lone Illini performer to win an individual title in the 1935 championship meet held in the Old Gym, that in the foils division. Captain Sylvester Hartz and Owen Reamer were second place winners. Hartz in sabres and Reamer in epee, and added enough points to give the Illini the title. Hy Kaplan, Les Silverman, Fred Fredrickson, and Martin Fishback composed the foils division along with Chiprin, all returning for at least one more year of competition. The quintet maintained a fine pace throughout the season, and all were consistent point winners. Reamer and Bepko were the outstanding epee men, supplimented by Adrian Oleck, John Boland, James Jackson, and Edwin John- ston. Hartz was aided in the sabres division by Orville Lucier and Milford Benham. Hartz, Reamer, and Benham were the lone graduates, insuring Coach Craig of a continuance of the fine record of his championship team. , Fishback Bcpko Chiprin Olcck Johnston Boland Bonham Hartz Lucicr Fredrickson Craig Silverman Reamcr Kaplan Page 204 4iiln"""'s' McCius'rAL, Conch SCHACI-ITMAN, Co-Captain MCMAHON, Co-Captain VARSITY SOCCER Playing a seven game schedule in its third year as a self-supporting unit of the University athletic program, the Illinois soccer team won five games and lost two in the course of the 1935 season. The Illini eleven won two victories each over Morton Junior College of Chicago and Johnston City, and defeated the Wooster College eleven of Wooster, Ohio. Oberlin College of Oberlin, Ohio, and the Uni- versity of Wisconsin teams defeated Illinois, the latter in the lone Western Conference game of the season. The Varsity booters had a new coach for the season in King J. McCristal, who replaced the vet- eran Hartley Price when Price decided to devote all his coaching time to the training of gymnasts in an effort to further interest in that sport on the Illinois campus. McCristal, for several years a mem- ber of the physical education department, was well Htted for the post, and having had contact with the team for some time did not suifer from the novelty of the position. In playing Johnston City the first of a series in Champaign, the soccermen inaugurated a plan of playing night games under the football practice field arc lights east of the Stadium. The soc- cermen and spectators found the circumstances favorable, and further play under the lights is expected to be a regular feature of the booters in future contests. By holding games at night, not only is the crowd of spectators increased, but interest in the game is keener and enthusiasm greater. McCriszal Borri Smith Brognn Pflngcr Castle Radcbaugll Hartz Plarkcnhorn MacLean McMahon Schachtmzm Parke Prosck Vlzch Pugc 205 1 WAYMA N, Cajrluin Piucu, Couch VARSITY GYMNASTICS For the first time in several years the Varsity gymnasts rose above the team level of mediocrity and swept into the higher strata enjoyed by more successful gymnastic combinations in the Western Conference when Coach Hartley Price, now devoting all his coaching time to gymnastics, succeeded in finding enough good material to enter capable men in every event in the scheduled programs. Thirteen men comprised the bulk of the competing talent, several of them excelling in more than one event. However, with enough men to go around, the few versatile stars were not overburd- ened by being entered in too many contests. The team was led by Captain Leonard Wayman, who in his third season was an outstanding performer in the side-horse and parallel bars, two of the five events which comprise the complete gym program. The return to eligibility of Joseph Rehor gave the team an added boost towards success, as Rehor is recognized to be one of the leading all-around men in the Conference. In Arthur Fisher, tumbler, the Illini team had a performer who achieved success in stunts never before attempted by an athlete performing for the Illini. Alfred Jennings was a top man in the flying rings event, one in which he had specialized in the past. The thirteen men, in close intra-camp competition, de- cidedly improved the Illini team and led toward creating a new interest in the sport. Price Glasser Weiss . Kerns Hughes Monk Traber: Logan Torres Allyn Prather Suder Wayman Jennings Hale Whitney Fisher Page 206 VAN Tum, Capluin MANLEY, Couch VARSITY WATER POLC The brilliant Illinois Varsity Swimming Team proved its versatility by turning into a winning Varsity Water Polo Team after each swimming meet and by defeating Minnesota, Wisconsin, Chi- cago, and Iowa, earned itself a reputation as one of the leading contenders in the Western Conference. Each man of the seven on the team was a finished swimmer and an equally finished player, the team as a result was a smoothly efficient unit, speedy on the offensive and staunch on defensive play. The front wall for the Illinois team was composed of three of the fastest sprint stars in the Confer- ence, Charles Flachmann, Frank Crosby, and Henry Hansen. The secondary defense was impregnable, consisting of Captain Dutch Van Tuin, Frank Dalrymple, and Jim Starrett. Van Tuin, a husky breast stroke star, played a real game at guard. He not only di- rected plays from his position in rear of the forward wall, but worked the ball down the tank to start plays. The Illini were without equal in the goalie's net. Guarded by a giant swimmer, extraordinary Foster Bennett, the Illini nets were well protected against rival sharpshooters. The center tip-off play found the ball going to Illinois most of the time. Flachmann, the fastest swimmer in the Westerii Conference, and Hansen, a close rival, alternated at the center position and managed to gain control of the ball to start plays properly and keep rival teams from getting the ball too often, placing op- ponents on the defensive most of the playing time. ,,.,.si" ,,.,.-v"'TA Bennett Larson Hansen Crosby Vnn Tuin Dnlrymplc lilachmann Hickey Starrett Bulaw Overmann Page 207 TEEMAN, Caplain CLAY, Coach VARSITY POLO Polo, the youngest sport in the Illinois varsity family, showed marked signs of maturity in the 1934-35 season, as it displayed a greater ability than either of its predecessors by earning a tie with Chicago forashare in the Conference indoor title. Possessing the polish, balance, and poise of well- developed teams, the Illini proved to be aggressive trio and won over a large following to the sport. Its success was unqestionable. Playing a three man team during the indoor season, Coach Lieutenant Pepper Clay had two re- liable veterans as the bulwark of his hard riding team and found four men capable of filling in at any position. The performers were so evenly matched that Lt. Clay often had a difficult time in se- lecting lineups. Captain Hall Teeman, playing in the number three position, and Lou Alyea at num- ber two position were the veterans, each an outstanding rider and player in the Conference..Alyea was one of the highest scorers in the collegiate circuit. The number one position found Ivan Kovacic, Frank Mercer, Edward Anger and Ted Durfee as rivals. These four men also substituted for the veterans Teeman and Alyea. The quartet of riders worked well with the two regulars and shared the position during the season, Kovacic getting the call most of the time, however. The outdoor season provided more of an opportunity for the substitutes to show their skill, since the team was not restricted tothree men as in the indoor fashion. KOVACIC ALYEA TEEMAN ANGER MERCER Duluflzxz Page 208 . ., . i. I MoLL, Captain GELWICK, Coach dp x . .fr VARSITY TENNIS Without an outstanding star on the roster for the Hrst time in many years, the Illinois tennis team for the 1934 season, scheduled to face the best Conference teams of the year, won only four of eleven matches, losing five and emerging with two ties for a mediocre record. Both tie matches were with Conference rivals, one with Purdue, the other with Michigan. Illinois was defeated by Iowa, Michi- gan, Chicago, and Minnesota on the Western Conference list. The team lived up to its itinerant reputation in the number of matches played on rival campus courts, for only four engagements were played on the varsity courts last season. Four trips were made: one to Iowa for matches with Iowa and Iowa State Teachers, one to Michigan for matches with the Wolverines and the State Teachers, a third trip to Minnesota to play the Gophers, and a fourth to Chicago for matches with the Maroons on the Midway and Northwestern in Evanston. In the lone Conference match at home, Illinois tied Purdue. The Illini defeated Washburn College and Bradley, the former twice, in the other home non-Conference matches. Illinois won fifth place in the Conference meet with five points. Chicago was crowned cham- pion for the year with fourteen points. The Illini were unable to pass the second round in the elimination tournament for the Conference title in either singles or doubles. J. Mom. BRAUN AKEMANN COOKMAN GEIST Page 209 "4 715' V' Fx OIC 1 H, 'gif i or gi Qigq, H- X -x gfxff . . U ffvffjpwflwe m J . ,.4.,,, 4 ' - ..,xg2,' 1 ,, fyw ' A A52 uf id' 1. I V ff". . L- 'gp-I r J- 61 , ,,f3.'g,W ,. h , X X x M NTRAIVIUR S Z j1NTRA1v1URAL I EDWIN J. MANLEY Director The Department of Intramural Athletics was created at the University of Illinois during the World War to furnish a mass athletic scheme for the soldiers who were trained here. Since its incep- tion the Intramural Department has grown until it now reaches almost every male student in the University. During the first year Intramural competition was compulsory, but it has since been found that interest is greater and competition keener under the present system which allows anyone to compete or not as he wishes. The aim of the Department always has been to furnish exercise and recre- ation to every student, and its growth from an organization reaching but a few hundred students to one in which from five to seven thousand participate yearly has been most gratifying to its directors. The program of the Intramural Department is carried on under the direction of Mr. E. J. Man- ley, Director, and a corps of student managers. Sophomores interested in the work are allowed to compete for the two junior managerships. At the end of each year the Athletic Council selects two of the sophomores to serve as junior managers, and one of the junior managers to serve as senior man- ager during the next school year. The junior managers have active charge of the Intramural Office and direct the work of the sophomores. They draw up and check all schedules, award points, and check eligibility of participants. The senior manager directs the work of the junior managers, sees that sports are run off on time, and coordinates the various activities of the department to keep the sports and schedules from conflicting so that each group may enter every sport that it desires. This staff also settles any difficulties or disputes that arise in the playing of the game. If j t V The Intramural Office on a busy afternoon Page 212 MANAGERS O ALT RFER O'I'I1iliN junior Ivffnmgvrx avi D d jamew Bl Crook Roos Kli Page 2 1 3 nge itzstcn I Fiske Solvbamorr Mmlugz-rs JAMES B. Rosnououcu Senior Manager INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS Tau Kappa Epsilon ,.,,.. ,, Zeta Psi ....,.,,. ,. ,.,,.,I, , Sigma Nu .,..,,,, Kappa Sigma .,,..,.,I., Alpha Gamma Rho ..,.,.,,. Theta Xi .,ww,,,..,,.w Sigma Pi ,,,.... . Beta Sigma Psi ....,,,, Phi Epsilon Pi ...t. Phi Delta Theta. ,,.,,. Delta Pi ., .,,,,,t... . Zeta Beta Tau. ,.,., , Lambda Chi Alpha, .,,, . Delta Chi ....,...,,.....,. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ,,..,I, T . Y Total Points 2 87.6 176.5 168.5 168. 146. 144.25 142.5 134. 124.1 115. 112.5 106. 105.5 103. 102.5 SPRING, 1954 Basketball, All University ,.,,.,,. , Basketball, "A" Division Basketball, "B" Division ...t,. ., Free Throw. ,.,,, ,, Swimming ..... Track .......ttt.,, ., ...., . .... Baseball, All University ......., Golf ttt,,,,,,,..,t..t.........,.,,..,. .,,..,..........,.Lakers ,........Phi Delta Theta ......,t,Pbi Delfa Tlacia s,,,-...,.Pbi Kappa Sigma ..,l,.-.,......Sigma Nu ...,,s.,,Pbi Della Thefa .,.........t,..,,t-..iTbefa Xi Delia Kappa Epsilon I-Iorseshoes, Individual .. t...,............,.., .....,i,... . H01lgbf0n Horseshoes, Doubles ,..... Albert and Kline Tennis, Singles ,..... ...t,..........,..... , Dixon Tennis, Doubles ..,.,..,.. Dixon and Readrzy Fencing ......,tt..... ...... H aflselman Handball, Singles i.i,.. .i....,...,,....... M alfia Ping Pong .,,......... Handball, Doubles tt,....... Mafia am! Pope ....-..Dietz Golf, Individual ....,.. t,t,....,.,..., S trauss Volley Ball, Pledge ,....,........ Phi Epsilon Pi Volley Ball, Active .,..... ,......,,, D alfa Chi 214 FALL, 1934 Volleyball, Active ...,,. ,.,...7,l,.,.. . .,.., .,,,.,,..,,..,. , Delta Chi Volleyball, Pledge ,...,,, ,,,.,.,,, T au Epsilon Plai Softball .,........,,..,....,. ...,.,. T au Epsilon Pbi Golf, Individual ,.,,. . ....,..,. ..,.,.,, H umplaries Golf, Team Competition. iibb.. ,b.b.,..,.,b,.,.,..,, B fm Theta Pi Track. ..,...,.. A .....,i . .... ..,.. .. .,.b,.. Alpha Kappa Lambda Tennis, Singles .,.... ......,...........,. , .s.,Maloney Tennis, Doubles ,Y,... Y...,7. F leming and Maloney Turkey Run ...... ,..,......7,. Delta Gamma Water Polo e......,,,.,e........l.............,........... e,..,,ee, Z eia Psi 10 11 12 Page 215 -Alpha Kappa Lambda Track Team -Theta Xi Baseball Team -Phi Delta Theta Track Team -Sigma Nu Swimming Team -Zeta Psi Water Polo Team -Farm House, Horseshoe Doubles -Delta Chi Soccer Team -Phi Delta Theta Basketball Team ' -Maloney, Tennis Singles -Hanselman, Fencing -Fleming and Maloney, Tennis Doubles -Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramural Champions 7. Above 8. Below 9. Right 10. Right l 1. Below, right 12. Below, left FHM :Il 5 , . I 1 fri. 7n2v:..1 'e -, if 1, . 'M f , "Rx 1 1 GYIVIKHANA The first annual Gymkhana, sponsored by Gym- nastica, honorary gymnastic fraternity, under the able direction of Hartley Price was an overwhelming success. In fact it proved such a success that it was decided to enlarge upon this branch of gymnastics. There are about Hfty members of Gymnastica from which twelve to fifteen of the most outstanding and versatile performers are selected to perform in the annual Gymkhana. The first annual Gymkhana furnished a pro- gram of colorful, polished, and artistic events includ- ing all forms of apparatus stunts, tap, soft shoe, char- acter, comedy, and folk dancingg calisthenicsg In- dian and electric club swinging, wand and barbell routines, and hand-to-hand balancing and pyramids. None of the numbers which were in last year's show will be repeated for four years so that the danger of monotony and repetition will be avoided. Gymkhana affords a wonderful opportunity for Physical Educa- tion students to become more proncient in their work as none of the numbers in the routine are taught in the professional physical education courses. So much interest has been shown in the produc- tions of Gymnastica by various high schools in Illinois that shows have been scheduled at Rockford, Joliet, Jacksonville, and Champaign. After completing this schedule, the season will be climaxed by the second annual Gymkhana. Plans are being made for a tour into some of the eastern states including Pennsylvania and New York during the coming year. Page 216 INTERSCHOLASTIC T R A C K Displaying great power in the field events, New Trier High School won the 40th annual Illinois Inter- scholastic track and field meet in Memorial Stadium after two busy days featured by the establishment of four new records. Sterling, one of the outsiders, proved a surprise team of the meet by scoring 15 points to tie Rockford, defending champions, for second place. Bob Packard, sprinting star of Rockford, was the outstanding performer in the meet. Packard won both the 100 and 220-yard dashes and ran anchor man on the winning half mile relay team. Lowell Spurgeon of Centralia was the only other double winner, establishing a new record to win the broad jump, and leaping 6 feet, 3 inches, to tie for first in the high jump. Bill Faymonville of the championship New Trier team broke the old discus mark, established in 1910 at the 4th Interscholastic meet, the oldest record on the books. Fay- monville threw the discus 139 feet, 8 inches, to break the old record by three inches. Bob Gebhardt of Sterling established a new mark in the half mile race, beating the defending champion and record holder, Wayne Rideout of Tuscola. Jack Freeston of Atlanta shattered the old shot-put mark, throwing the iron ball S2 feet, 6M inches. In the broad jump, Spurgeon broke the old record by jumping 24 feet, M inches. John Shostrum of Parker High School successfully defended his tennis title in the singles, while William and Charles Murphy of Tilden, Chicago, won the doubles event. Page 217 INTERSCHCLASTIC I-Iailed as the "Greatest Student Circus on Earth," the annual Interscholastic Circus was staged in the Armory to the delight of some five thousand spectators who mar- velled at the thrilling performances of the student acrobats and revelled in the fun of the evening. The University of Illinois Band struck up a marching air to start the performance as the scores of entertainers paraded about the arena, clothed in all their circus Iinery and leading the animals imported directly from the darkest forests of Africa. The trip from their African haunts, unfortun- ately, seemed to materially affect the crea- tures, for on several occasions it seemed as if they were ready to step out of their skins and fall apart. An entire new repertoire of acts was responsible for much of the tremendous success of the circus, and a host of almost always funny clowns kept the crowd in gales of laughter. The barber clown was there, as ever, giving another clown a hair- cut, and the funny photographer Cnot the Illio manj managed to get everybody wet. Mickey Mouse was enrolled in college, and he brought with him the famous three little piggies. Freddy Roos, dressed as the somewhat forward and fat Fatima, favorite of the sultan's harem, made the rounds with a shimmy dance that put gelatin desserts to shame. Bud Wise, mimicking the acrobats with notoriously poor success, took a good many bumps, but the crowd gave him a hand that was worthy of his troubles. F ',-i 'ic-- 2 'i"t A TI L ' L i- I i N ' I Page 213 As for the actual gymnastics, which provided one of the chief portions of the evening, new acts that were almost stupendous in effort and success were royally welcomed. Francis Preve's "Iron Jaw" act in which he was suspended from the ceiling by means of a cord held between his teeth was received with ap4 plause. Another feature was the flying trapeze act where four men were cast into the air simultaneously and successfully caught at the opposite end of the swing. Paul Prather provided one of the highlights of the evening when he performed what is majestically titled the "Muscle Grind TrapeZe,', hanging with his arms locked and the bar between his forearm and upper arm while he revolved countless times. Paul Derr's tap dancing classes presented two group stunts which met with great approval. The trapeze artists, in addition to their "Four Mann act, presented fifteen minutes of fancy work, some of it while blindfolded, showing the perfection and accurate co-ordination attained in months of practice. The twenty-foot perch-pole act was given by Bud Wfayman and brawny Vincent Miszeika. A twenty-foot pole was held by Miszeika while Way- man perched atop it and did hand-stands and other gymnastic stunts in which he excels, without the benefit of a protective net. 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Vl ,,,,,, . ....--.. -1-1-v '2 Q 4 W 5 ,f I if 7 X 'gtk ,x' y 7 X 'W' N. G 1-,fc It ACTIVITIES Sctioiavstmip is vevq pvopeviq tiwe most impovtant sicie ot ooiieae lite, tov it is ttie means ot attaining a Weil- tvainea mina. But tiweve ave manq ottwev activities xwittwout wtwictw a uni- vevsitti couia not its ultimate aoai ot pvesentina a Weil-tnaiancect eaucation. -izvom pavticipation in ttmese extva-cuvvicuiav activities ttwe stuaent gains an aaiaeai sense ot ve- sponsitniiitq wtiiciw is a aeciaea aa- vantaae in inte attev avaciuation. Anal move vaiuatnie ttman aii eise ave ttie associations ana tvienasivips Witt' men ana women iwavina simiiav in- tevests ana puvposes .... Q BAND CQNCEVQT CDN Tl-IQ JCIUDITQVQIUIVI PLAZA H" ms 25 , Comn6B:ge."NnEQBirf f- , meirulznev- W gm skip .Q Q i ydrmhh E11 aflonsicon f . , .1, 'lf sQQiii1'3 we Nu, 1 AW-5 .. I M , Jud: 'vo rar: gF e For 4 'QI' 4 Wffff' 1 1 .. J 1 the Un velit omen. 9 . . 117' -.'- . V-rv,-.C----w .... .. .M U. ' " " N ? .f fx Q :M ,, -'gf' -3, Lilo ?mm'VMIlHl,1j,i ' Q Y . 4 Eff- 4 ff mf f w f Mainz STI-I I Q ,i iifiis 4 K I'.j'..'. J ' Q I UNIVERSITY WOMEN VIRGINIA M. I'IILL MAIRY A. McINTYR1z MARY C. SMITH President Vice-Prerirlent Recording Seen-fury O 1VI A N ' L E A G U E OFFICERS SENIOR COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN VIRGINIA M. HILL . . . . . President ISABEL H. DANLEY . U . I H0,,,M-oming MARY A. MCINTYRE . Vice-President RUTH E RIEGEI DMM Day MARY C. SMITH . . Recording Secretary C ' E S' ' ' M fb ,i D FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND Financial Secretary ATHERINE ' MITH 0' Us fly HARRIET V. BRADBURY Senior Representative DOROTHY M- REICHART - 509141 MARY J. COURTRIGHT . junior Representative ROSEMARY E. Cox . . . . . Elections . Approximately three thousand Women on the campus of the University of Illinois meet and be- come acquainted with one another through Woman's League. This organization is the most influential and active of the feminine groups on campus. The Illini spirit of unity is fostered by Woman's League, and opportunities for self government and the promotion of a feeling of democracy among its members are provided. Each Wednesday Orange and Blue Co-eds meet over the tea cups, greeting old friends and making new ones at the League Teas. Membership is unlimited, registration in the University automatically making a place for every girl. Woman's League in conjunction with the Y. W. C. A. advances the ideal of responsibility to one another through the campus sister movement, by which girls on campus write to prospective students during the summer, making friends with them and thus assuring them a welcome even before they come to school. - The First Council of Woman's League is the general governing body of the League and informs organized houses of the League's policies and affairs. Any announcement to the University Women may be made at First Council meetings and then relayed to all Women through their group presidents. RIQICHART LYMAN T' S ' sv LAKE .9 PRoc'roR I IRANNER TAYLOR Cox B1scHoIfF Page 226 1 ?'71wesmPR'I. . ,.,., FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND MARY J. COURTRIGI-Ir HARRIE1' V. BRADBURY Financial Secrelary junior Representative Senior RefIrese1ilalive WOMAN' LEAGUE MILDRED A. FISHER . . . Gold Feathers DOROTHY G. TAYLOR . . Finance JULIA M. LAKE . . Orange and Blue Feathers MARGARET I. MADDEN . Historian HELEN J. KIRK . . Freshmen Education LOUISE I. PRocToR . Poster BARBARA P. BISCHOFF Vocational Guidance MARY J. SCOVILL . Publicity MILDRED A. FISHER . . . . Campus Sister GENEVA G. WALKER . . . . . Church Womanis League, With the Illinois Union, plans and manages Homecoming, Dad's Day and Mother's Day celebrations. Of these Mother's Day in the late Spring is more specifically the Work of the League. The proceeds of the Annual Spring Theatrical production of Woman's League are used to de- fray the operating expenses of the three League co-operative houses, Alpha, Beta, and Campbell Cot- tage. . The Woman's Group System, an integral part of Woman's League, organizes the independent Women into social groups. Through its Freshman and Sophomore organizations, Orange and Blue Feathers and Gold Feath- ers, Woman's League promotes scholarship, friendship, and loyalty among the underclassmen as well as providing an excellent opportunity for them to develop executive ability and individual talents. Woman's League acts as a general unifying and harmonizing influence among campus Women in scholarship, activities, and social functions. BURNIIAM WALKER Qi FISHER J I 'K DANLEY r +1 1 4 REIEVES -ja, MADDEN SCOVILL A KIRK . K, . ,N 'K 9 ' 8 Page 2 2 7 v,K,,cY,, A , . .,..e , ,c..,,x!v K xl, K, MILDRED A. FISHER Cbairlmm ARLYNE L. REEVES LUCILE B. SCHUESSLER L EATHE S MILDRED A. FISHER Chairman ARLYNE L. REEVES . . Council LUCILE B. SCHUESSLER .... Council COMMITTEE CI-IAIRMEN First Sc'1izcstc'r Second Semester PEARL H. ADLER . . . Social ALICE S. DU VAL . . . . Social MARGARET L. SCOTT . Finance CLARABELLE MCKINLAY . Finance JEANNETTE A. HODSON . Publicity CAROLYN J. AGNEW . Publicity ALTA G. JOKISCH . Mcmbcrsloiji JEAN F. ROBINSON Mcmbcrslaiji ISABELLE CRANE . . . . Program CHRISTINE M. MORSE . . Program HARRIET B. WI-IITE . Sorority Rcjircsciitatifuc MAIKY E. NICOLL . Sorority Rejircscutatiize Succeeding a year of orientation and introduction to campus life in Orange and Blue Feathers, Gold Feathers furthers the Illini principles of friendliness, scholarship, and activities, and strengthens the loyalty and democracy of its members. Looking forward to the following year when some of its members will assume positions of responsibility on campus, Gold Feathers trains for leadership, giving the Sophomore women opportunities to prove their dependability, initiative, and forceful- ness. It instills in its members a desire to further activities for the sake of the campus. Its members serve at Wom- an's League teas, helping new women on campus become acquainted. Good scholarship is a prime requisite for in- itiation into Gold Feathers, as are ac- tivity points. This latter requirement - increases participation in other campus activities, thus permitting Gold Feath- ers to act as a harmonizing factor i'a' among the different campus organiza- llhnii s. ' ' I-IoDsoN tlons' ROBINSON Sco'rT Du VAL AGNEW we 15 ' .af ...sv .4- In . -S " . " i. N- ' Il ai. . .' I ADLER Nxcou. Joxlscu 41" A . SEPA ss. iff, 'fins , I , 4. Q, . .r2 , i MoRsE MCKINLAY WHITE Page 22 8 JULIA M. LAKE Claairman GEORGIALEE BULL ORANGE AND BLUE FEATHERS JULIA M. LAKE . Chairman GEORGIALEE BULL Council JEAN F. ROBINSON Council COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN First Semester Second Semester MARY J. ADSIT . . . . Social PHYLLIS J. ARMSTRONG . . . Social MARGARET, KUNZ . Finance HALLIE J. REEVES . . Finance JEAN E. HOEBEL . . Memberslnip JEAN E. FAIR . . Membership BETTY A. KNIGHT . Publicity DOROTHY G. GUNDERSON . Publicity LIBERTY B. PETRU . Program WANDA L. SPENCER . Program A means of Freshman orientation, Orange and Blue Feathers strives to unite a decentralized Freshman group and acquaint its members with campus tradi- tions and activities. In the fall "The Trial of Peg Fairfax," is presented by feminine campus leaders to emphasize the need for participation in campus activities. This idea is fur- ther developed at meetings where cam- pus leaclers describe their particular activities and the opportunities these hold for Freshmen women. At such meetings and at parties with Gold Feathers, the women are encouraged to make new friends. Orange and Blue Feathers emphasizes high scholarship by requiring a "C" average for initia- tion. Prior to the inspiring initiation in May final instruction in Illini tradi- tions, opportunities, and personalities is given, and after an examination in this material cups are presented to the in- dividual and group receiving the high- est grades. HOEBEL SPENCER Ansrr KNIGHT ARMSTRONG GUNDERSON REEvEs PETRU KUNZ FAIR Page 229 Y. W. C. A. MARY ll. CHANDLER Presirlent DORIs E. CURRAN General Secretary OFFICERS MAIKY J. CHANDLER . . . President EDITH LYTLE . . . . . Secretary JEAN E. KOEHLER . . Vice-President DORIS E. CURRAN . . General Secretary CABINET MEMBERS EDITH LYTLE . . . . ..... Menzlnershi-ln ROSEMARY E. Cox . . Chairman, Freshman Dejiartment DOROTI-IY M. GARRETT LOUISE M. PATELSKI . DOROTHY G. TAYLOR . CAROLINE B. HUEY . ELIZABETH D.- MERIKIAM DOROTHY M. RANDALL Freshman Discussion Leader Freshman Discussion Leader Freshman Discussion Leader Freshman Discussion Leailer Freshman Discussion Leazler Freshman Discussion Leader DOROTHY E. MALONE ....... Social Service CATHERINE D. HAUBERG ..... Arts and Crafts ELEANOR J. MIELKE . . . Co-Chairman, Girl Reserves CORNELIA BURGE . . . Co-Chairman, Girl Reserves CAROLYN KIMBALL . . Adviser, University High School CAROLYN S. LOWRY, Adviser, Thornburn Ir. High School ELSA L. HOHENAIDEL- . Adviser, Champaign High School LOUISE M. SCHINDLER . . ..... Reception The Young Women's Christian Association of the University of Illinois was first organized in 1884. The original building that housed both the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. was on the site now occupied by Curry Cottage which is located directly behind the present Y. W. C. A. building on the corner of Wright and John streets. The building now in use was erected in 1913 largely from the contribution of Congressman William B. McKinley for whom the dormitory, McKinley Hall, is named. , Through the grouping of University Women with similar purposes and intellectual outlook around the varied interests and projects of the association, the Y. W. C. A. endeavors to give them an opportunity to think through their religious problems and to grow religiously. It is effective in helping them to define their social responsibilities and to Work together in making their ideals, thus acquired, effective in their own lives as well as in all their relationships. MIELRE LOWIXY ZEITIZR PATELSRI MITCPIELL SCALA LYDDON GOURLEY 1'IAUIlERG PETRI OS'fERBUR BURGE TOIIIAS Page 230 Y. W. C. A. JEAN E. KOE1-ILER EDITH LYTLE Serrefary Vice-Presizlvlli CABINET MEMBERS MARGARET J. REESE . . Social VEliNli'F'FlE E. MITCHELL I nrlejremlent Membership MARGARET H. GORTON . . T'rar1.vfvr NORMA M. GOURLEY Imlepeirrlenl Membership FLORINE E. PETRI . . . Finance CATHERINE A. PEPIN Imlejzemlerit Membership FAYETTE E. TOBIAS VIOLA I. SCALA . PAULA O. ZEITER RUTH A. LYDDON . All-Univerxify Service . . . H os less . World Fellowship Religious Pilgrimage HELEN OSTEREUR . KATHERINE U. FILSON LOUISE I. PROCTOR . MARGARET L. SCOTT Co-Chairman, Meetings C0-Chairman, Meeting.: . . . Forums Iirier-Area Rejrresmtafive By being a member of such an organization each girl comes to feel that she is part of a world- wide fellowship. The Y. W. C. A. strives to keep in close contact with the interests of the campus woman and to serve her in a practical way. Since the interests and needs of the members are so diversified, it is necessary to provide many committees and activities. Each girl On the cabinet, which is the policy-forming body of the association, has a genuine interest in the Y. W. C. A. as a whole, and a particular interest in her own department as a committee chairman, Girl Reserve Leader, or Freshman Discussion Group Leader. Annually since 1906, the Y. W. C. A. has sponsored a Doll Show for the benefit of charity. Dolls dressed and contributed by sororities, group houses, and in- dividual women, are entered in this show and displayed for two days. After prizes have been awarded to the best displays, the dolls are sent to charitable organizations for distribution among poor families, and for use as toys in recreation centers. Through engaging in the varied program which has as its purpose, "TO realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God, to have apart in making this life possible for all people, and to understand Jesus and follow I-Iim,', the women gain the Hnest and most lasting friendships. KIMBALL TAYLOR GARRETT FILSON MIEIKIKIAM RTEESE HOHENADEL MALONE Sci-IINDLER Cox I'IUEY PROCTOR GORTON A To ,. ,V , u RS: A if f If N Page231 Qin? K i' I'Ilil.lTN L. RUSSELL W' , Prvsiflunl GRACE MEIER Sccrefary MEIER PRICE MOHN RUSSELL BURGE LEYIIE EIcHELsnoER1fER ADVISORY BOARD HELEN L. RUSSELL ..... . . Prcsirlcmf DOROTHY E. MOI-IN . Vice-Presin'cni GRACE MEIEIR . . . Secretary NAOMI L. LEYHE . . . T-rcasurer CORNELIA BURGE . Interclass Manager MARY A. PRICE . . . Interbousc Manager MARJOIKIE R. EICHELSDOERFER . . . . All-Univcrsify Manager M. FLORENCE LAWSON ......... Advisor LOUISE FREER . . Head of Dcparfment of Physical Erlucaiion for Women The WOmen's Athletic Association is affiliated with the Athletic Conference of American Col- lege Women. This organization includes associations of recognized colleges and universities through- out the country, each having for its purpose the unification of ideals and the establishment of stan- dards Of athletics for college Women. The Women's Athletic Association is open to every woman on campus who completes partici- pation in two sport seasons. Its purpose is to further athletic interests and activities for the Women of the University of Illinois, and by so doing to promote ideals of Wholesome living on campus. In addition to the Work of the major organization, the Women's Athletic Association supervises the activities of its branch organizations which include Terrapin, an honorary swimming organiza- tiong the Telegraphic Swimming Team, W. A. A.'s one opportunity to engage in interscholastic sportsg and Orchesis, an honorary dance organization. Page 232 W. A. A. .A.A. DOROTIIY E. MOI'IN Vice-Presizlenl NAOMI L. LEYHE Treasurer srrrr Anderson Murphy Rrrrrrn Burgc Srourcnborough Hadron Tylrr Mrrlrrr Lryirc srrrrra Tobias Lcrrrpkr Jcskc uglrrirrray slrrw mu Jrrrkrrrr Jorr warrrirrrg Reeves Shepard Price nrvry Msrrirrii Keene nrrzy Nicl rrrrr Lawrence nrrrrcrr Meier Augur Scully 1-lrrrrkrrr Look Msrrroc ora rrrr r orc liichclsdocrfcr srirwrrrr sparrrrrrrr Fish errrrrrr Rsirrrrr SPORT MANAGERS DOIXATHEA W. FR1EuR1cR ..... Soceer MARJOIKIE I. LEMPKE . . Hockey MARY H. BOLEY Basketball GRACE E. FISH . . .4 . Volleyball ELEANOR E. STEG13 Ping-Pong, Hamlball, Tmzikoit MARY R. STRAND .... Bowling LUCILLE E. JOST . Swimvuing DOROTHY H. LAWRENCE Baseball ESTHER DAVEY . Tennis MARGAIKET L. SCOTT Golf Orchesis, a national dancing organization, sponsors interpretive dancing and affords an oppor- tunity for women to give expression to their moods and feelings in rhythms. Each year two dance programs are presented to the public. The major recital takes place on the Saturday afternoon of Mother's Day Week-end, immediately following the annual W. A. A. May Fete. This May festival, a beautiful ceremony, concludes with the crowning of a W. A. A. girl as Queen of the May following the impressive processional down the broadwalk of the Queen and her court, the campus Mortar Boards and Torches. As a part of the general campus welcoming of incoming freshmen, the major organization of W. A. A. gives a Sans Souci party in the fall. At this time the program of the organization is ex- plained to the new women, its leaders introduced, and membership in it encouraged. The main activities of W. A. A. are concerned with the wide variety of sports afforded to its members. It is in these that W. A. A. is able to present its ideals of good sportsmanship, keen com- petition, and physical well-being. Page 233 LENA S. ZIMMERMAN Captain TELEGRAPHIC SWIMMING TEAM OFFICERS ANN A. SMITH ...... Coach LENA S. ZIMMERMAN . . . . Captain LUCILLE E. JOST . . . National Claairman CHRISTINE SCHWARTZ . . . Senior Manager CHRISTINE BUCHHOLZ ........ junior Manager GENEVIEVE M. ABRAMS ESTHER DAVEY MARION L. MCKENZIE VIRGINIA R. RACLIN MARGUEIKITE SHERIDAN CHRISTINE BUCHHOLZ SALLIE KELLEY DOROTHY E. MoHN MICHELLE RESNICK RUTH J. SHERWIN MARY V. CADY DOROTHY KELLY MARGARET OLSEN VIRGINIA A. SACKETT ANNA L. SMITH BARBARA CUTTER MARY E. KERN JEAN E. PARKS CHRISTINE SCHWARTZ LENA S. ZIMMERMAN The one possibility for feminine entry in Big Ten competition, the Telegraphic Swimming Meet stimulates interest in and appreciation of proficiency in swimming among the college and uni- versity women throughout the country. It is an outgrowth of the Big Ten Telegraphic Swimming Meet organized by the University of Illinois in 1930 and now includes colleges and universities throughout the United States. In 1931, 1932, and 1933 the Big Ten Meets were won by Illinois, under the capable coaching of Ann A. Smith, and in 1934, the first year of the National Intercollegiate Telegraphic Swimming Meet, Illi- nois placed fifth, topping all other Big Ten teams. I The members of the team are the fifteen fastest swimmers in the University, each of whom en- ters in not more than three of the possible eventsz, the 40 and 100 yard crawl, back crawl, and breast stroke races. Competition, which is limited to colleges and universities having certified sixty or seventy-five foot pools, is carried on at the separate schools and the results of each meet are telegraphed to the Regional Sponsors. They in turn telegraph to the National Sponsor the first ten places in each event and national results are computed from these. It is from such telegraphing as this that the meet takes it name. Sackctt Mohn Resnick McKenzie Wcakly Kelley Johnson Kern Cutter Cady Kelly Davis Putnam Abrams Raclin Davey Parks Rockhold Lydy Smith Buchliolz just Zimmerman Schwartz Page 214 LucII.I.E E. Jos'r National Chairman CHRISTINE SCHWARTZ Senior Manager CIIRIs'1'INE BUCHHOLZ Treasurer ELIZABETH D. MERRIAM Vice-President MARY V. CAIJY President OFFICERS J MARY V. CADY . . . President LENA S. ZIMMERMAN Secretary ELIZABETH D. MERRIAM Vice-President CHRISTINE BUCHHOLZ . . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS LOUISE FREER, A.M. ANN A. SMITH, A.M. PHYLLIS P. VAN VLEET, B.S. MAJOR TERRAPIN CHRIsTINE BUcHHoLz ELIZABETH D. MERRIAM CHRISTINE ScHwARTz ANN A. SMITH MARY V. CADY H. ELIZABETH PLATT LENA S. ZIMMERMAN MINOR TERRAPIN GENEvIEvE M. AERAMS Lois E. DAVIS DOROTHY KELLY DOROTHY E. MOHN FLoRENcE B. SIMS JANE L. CHILCOTT ESTHER FLEEMAN LORNABETH M. LooR JEAN E. PARKS LAURA SUMMERS BARBARA CUTTER LUCILLE E. JOST REBECCA A. LYDY CATHERINE L. PUTNAM PHYLLIS P. VAN VLEET EsT1-IER DAvEY SALLIE KELLEY MARION L. MCKENZIE MARGUERITE C. SHERIDAN KATHERINE G. WATSON Terrapin Club, founded in 1923, strives to further interest and proficiency in swimming, div- ing, and life saving, and to promote the spirit of good sportsmanship and friendship among its members. Membership is limited to only the most skilled swimmers who have passed perfectly a rigorous test in swimming, diving, and life saving. This test is so difficult that never more than ten girls have become members during a single year. Consequently, an organization, Minor Terrapin, an out- growth of the old Tadpole Club, has been formed to prepare swimmers of lesser ability for the requirements of the major club. Each year the entire endeavor of the club centers on a water pageant which is presented on Mother's Day. In this pageant Terrapin members strive to present in the most beautiful way pos- sible the arts of swimming and diving, and to show that they have truly lived up to the aims of the club. Davis Lydy Putnam Davey Flecman Mohn Summers Kelley Chilcotz Cutter Jost Sheridan Van Vlcer Abrams Parks Kelly Zimmerman Smith Buchholz Merriam Cady Schwartz Page 21 5 Reeves Lcmpkc Burgc Russell Tobias Molln Malcolm Roberta Slxnw Davey Weiss Lcylic Augur Plunkett Meier Barnet: Bnkkc Srransl MAJOR LEAH A. AUGUR EVELYN M. BAKKE JULIA E. BARNETT MARY H. BOLEY CORNELIA BURGE ESTHER DAVEY GRACE E. FISH MARJORIE I. LEMPKE NAOMI L. LEYI-IE CATHERINE P. MALCOLM GRACE MEIER DOROTHY E. MOHN DOROTHY J. PLUNKETT ARLYNE L. REEvEs ORDIE A. ROBERTA HELEN L. RUSSELL KATHRYN J. SHAW MARY R. STRAND FAYETTE E. TOBIAS FLORETTE M. WEIss The highest award to be given by W. A. A. isuthe Major I which can be earned upon the com- pletion of twelve sport seasons. At the Annual Spring Banquet given in May, the Major I's are awarded by the president of the association. Four sport seasons' credit is the most any woman can earn in one year. And to accomplish this, she must participate in some one sport each season. W. A. A. sponsors a two-fold program of inter- house and interclass sports. The Major I can be obtained by participating in either, although one girl cannot play on both interhouse and interclass teams in the same sport. All organized houses are eligible to participate each season in a tournament after completing the required number of practices. The winning house is awarded a trophy, and at the end of the year, the house earning the greatest number of points becomes the temporary possessor of the big W. A. A. plaque. Such interhouse sports are very closely contested and the girls seize every possible opportunity to gain more points for their houses. Fortunately, W. A. A. provides such a variety of activities for the girls to enter that everyone can find a sport which she particularly enjoys. The Tri-Delts succeeded in crowding out the other organized houses early this fall to win the swimming champion- ship and get an early start toward earning the coveted W. A. A. plaque which the Thetas now hold. But the following season they lost their lead to the Pi Phi's who came out victorious in the volley ball tournaments. In addition to team competition in interhouse and interclass matches W. A. A. also offers in- dividual sports which likewise count towards W. A. A. awards. In these Ruth Koch won in golf, and Lois Keene in ping-pong. Page 236 Tulllc Bum' 'l'yIev Scott Mamlwr 'ur Suluwnru A lmraum liriunlrick l os h cs au ' eggs 'rice .4- I I I I SI I 7' I I ix ll I I .I In IlwI'm.In ..I'-v rvnu' w.A.A. NU GENEVIEVE M. ABRAMS JULIA E. BARNETT KATPIERINE A. BLOCK EDITH F. Buzv MARJORIE R. EICHELsDOER1fER DORATHEA W. FRIEDRICK ALICE C. JENKINS HELEN M. JESKE LUCILLE E. JOST RUTI-I R. KOCH DOROTHY H. LAWRENCE LORNAEETI-I M. LOOK REBECCA A. LYDY CATHERINE P. MALCOLM LEOTA M. MANSBERCER EDITH W. MARGOLES CAROLYN V. MOUNTJOY MAIKY A. PRICE ELIZABETH L. ROWLANID CHRISTINE SCI-IWARTZ .yi j ow :nu MERALS FRANCES M. SCOTT KATI-IRYN J. SHAW MILDIKED C. SPIESMAN ELEANOR E. STEGE MAIKY R. STRAND CHARLOTTE H. TUTTLE MARIE E. TYLER KATHERINE A. WHITE LENA S. ZIMMERMAN The W. A. A. sport calendar is divided into four seasons. In the first season hockey, soccer, swimming, tennis, and golf are offered. The second season starting in late fall and continuing until mid-winter includes basketball, volleyball, and ping-pong. In the third season, ending in early spring, volleyball, basketball, handball, and tennikoit are played. And in the last season which con- tinues until the close of school in the Spring, tennis, baseball, golf, and archery are offered. The W. A. A. system of awards is based on participation in these sport seasons. Any member of the organization earning six sport seasons' credit receives her class numerals which are made of orange chenille. Each season is completed with competitive interclass games or individual matches following a period of strenuous practice. These matches stir up keen rivalry among the participants, winning combinations being anxiously picked and held together from year to year in an effort to win the coveted championship. Last Spring the Seniors were victorious in volley ball and this year the succeeding Senior Class triumphed in hockey, but the laurels in interclass basketball went to the Juniors after a thrilling, hard fought tournament in which they barely managed to nose out the Seniors and a plucky, fast Freshman team who tied with the Seniors for second place this year and will be a real threat in future competitions. In previous years, numerals were awarded to all members of championship teams. But this plan permitted only the skilled players to earn them, and the large group of mediocre participators had little opportunity to obtain this award. Under the new system, these numerals are a reward for faithful and continuous effort and are presented by the president of the association at the tea follow- ing the completion of each sport season. Page 2 5 7 l'lARR1li'l' V. llIkAIll!UllX General Clmirman IfRANc:ns Ii. El,FS'l'kAND Iluxiuexx Mamrger DRAMATIC PRODUCTION l'lAllllIET V. BRADBURY . . General Chairman MAIKY E. MATHIAS . . . Producfiou Manager FRANCES E. ELESTRAND .... . . Business Manager COMMITTEE CI-IAIRMEN DOROTHY G. TAYLOR . Tielzeis DOIKOTHY M. GARRETT . . Ushers HELEN J. KIRK . . . Program MAIXJOIKIE E. HAAK . Seem' Painting MAIKY J. COURTRIGHT . . Publicity MAIKIAN L. BRADFORD . . Make-up KATPIERINE J. LIGHTBODY . . . . Costumes EVELYN M. GOODING . . . . . Properties This year, on February 22 and 23, Woman's League, under the capable supervision of Severina E. Nelson, presented as its annual show, "No, No, Nanettef' The cast consisted of many favorite campus entertainers. Taking the title role was Lorama Wiese as "Nanette,,' who, although a new- comer on this campus, showed what she could do in the way of singing, dancing, and acting. Oppo- site Nanette played Tom, characterized by David L. Pettigrew, whose ability has already been recognized by confirmed student theater-goers. George H. Miller, Jr., an experienced campus actor, who played the part of Jimmy Smith, the good looking young millionaire with a heart of gold, won the admiration of the audience. Howard W. Wilson took the part of Jimmy's sidekick, Billy. Billyis wife, Lucille, played by Elinor T. Davis, exhibited such sophistication as has never before been seen in a campus production. Also included in the cast were Jimmy's wife, played by Mary E. Cover, the giggling gold-diggers, Winnie, Betty, and Flora, played by Mildred A. Fisher, Jane Fry, and Charlotte Rudolphsen, respectively, and the maid, Pauline, played by Nellie M. Stuart. Such popular songs as "Tea for Two," "No, No, Nanettef' and "I Want to be Happyf' helped to make this Woman's League production the most successful show that the League has ever pre- sented. Gay, humorous, and fast-moving, brightened by excellent scenery and beautiful costumes, it delighted its appreciative spectators. ,-px TAYLOR A , 9 ,Q N, GOOIJING a - ' ' ! . ' U l.lGll'l'l!ODY U wi lllkAlllA'ORD - GAllIlli'l"l I ' . il PM Q .E A COURTRIFHI h , " ' I-IAAR Q A f I Page 2 3 8 MAIKY F. MAIIIIAS P l'lNlIll'fl0Il M in :ga r 'Oli 'Q' MAIKY A. MclN'rx'Rla 2 Prvsiclz'l1f IRENE V. BROMLEY Sz'z'rr'hlry, Firxf St'lIIl'5fl'l' WO1VIAN'S, GROUP SYSTEM OFFICERS MARY A. MCINTYRE . . . . Prc'sia'vnf NORMA M. GOURLEY . Y. W. C. A. Clmirmmz IRENIE V. BROMLEY . . Secrvfnry, First Sf'mc'sfr'r VERNETTE E. MITcHE1-l. Bullvfin Board Cloairman CATHERINE A. PEPIN . Sc'c'l'c'fu1'jl, 86607111 Sf'lllL'Xfl'l' M, VIIKGINIA LAW , , , Relpbrfx Clmirnymi FRANCES M- GOI-UU-EY - - Svffel Cl9f'f""""" ELIZABETH L. IKONVLAND . AI1l'Ill77d Chairman ARLYNE L' REEVES ' ' Amkh? Cbnirmml CATHERINE R. DAv1s . E.VL'C1lfi1!L' Council HELEN OSTERBUR . . . Music' Chairman , , GENEVIEVE S. ANDERSON . Exfension Chairman MARGARET L' LEHMANN EX"L'ut'W Cfmmvl MARJORIE B. CROSS U Sgygpbook Cbufyffjyall I. JEAN SCPIAFER . . EXUL'Nfi'VC' COYUICN ISABEL L. ADAMS . . . Awards Cbdil"lIld71 FAYETTE E. TOBIAS . . . Excmfiiuc' Council The only organization of its kind on any college campus in the country, Woman's Group Sys- tem makes it possible for independent Women to enjoy the same opportunities in campus activities and social life that the members of organized houses do. Membership in it is open to all independent Women on campus and is divided into separate groups. An integral part of Woman's League, Woman's Group System Works with that organization in campus activities, furthering those of its members as Well as cooperating in inter-group activi- ties, such as their athletic tournaments, musicales, and banquets. Gay "stay-over" parties, open to both independent and organized students alike, are held during the holidays and teas are arranged Where all independent women can meet and make new friends. In conjunction with the Indepen- dent Council, Woman's Group System sponsors two major campus dances, the Independent Informal in the fall and Mi-I-Iila Ball in May. Woman's Group System also upholds scholarship and furthers its attainment among indepen- dent women by presenting a scholarship cup to that group having the highest scholastic average each semester. In thus uniting independent women, Woman,s Group System realized the aim of Woman,s League to have "every woman organized." W, H ' I Q ,,sf1a.. l . . 'S' - if I I a D V it 'K I. Q I . ' N cz- ' " ' f H ' , 1 A is 13 N. GouRl.Ex' F.GouR1.EY OSTIZIKIIUR Toums NlI'l'CHEI.L SCHAI-'ER IJIIIMANN LAW RILEVIZS ANDERSON Clxoss DAVIS Roxvl.ANn Amms Page 2 3 9 Gyory Vance H. Barrett Pearson Ingalls Isley G. Snyder Ruddy Leonard Ray Kicnrzle Hallcr Crane Richard Hays Squibb Boas Ryan Carson Iiisele Zerbulin Little Broeg Mnunt Beaumnnr Cord Teekenbrock Siege Gilbert Zweig Perz Mylaslius White Harrington G. Darren ELECTRA ATLANTA CORINA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MAIKIAN M. ANDEIKMANN ALICE M. HARRINGTON GRACE BARRETT PIARRIET L. BARRETT MILIJRED M. BASS MAR,JORIE M. BASSETT CATHILENE BEAUMONT MARY B. BLAIN DORCELLA BOAS DOROTHY M. BROEG CHARLOTTE A. CARLSON ELIZABETH A. CARSON HESTER P. CLARK MARJORIE COONROIJ F. MADELINE CORD MARGARET CRANE GENEVIEVE P. CURTIS ANNA C. DAIJEY BEATRICE A. DENSMORE BETTY M. EISELE ELIZABETH K. GEOIKGE JEAN H. GILBERT ELEANOR B. GODDAIKIJ ELIZABETH R. GYORY VERNA D. HALLEIK GENEVIEVE M. HAYS MII.DRED L. HEIMAN HELEN B. HOIJGSON LILLIAN INGALLS ELOISE ISLEY SARA A. JOHNSON ELIZABETH L. KIENTZLE LUCY M. LAWTON 'TI-IELMA V. LEONARD ROBERTA V. LITTLE ALETA E. LOGAN MARJORIE MCCAULEY MYTIKICE L. MACDONAI.lJ NOLA MASSIE MARGARET A. MIDIJAGH ELEANOR J. MIELRE FRANCES E. MOUNT LORRAINE M. MUllI'IIY ADELE MYLASLIUS MAURINE NORIRIS B. BLANCI-IE NORTON MARGARET J. ORT NIARJORIE A. PARMELY ANITA PEARSON IRENE A. PETZ ALICE PULCHER DORIS L. RAY WILMA A. RICIfIAlilJ BARBARA L. RICI-IARIIS MAIKY ROLLO PEGGY V. RUDIIY DOROTHY M. RYAN DORIS T. SAMUELSON G. MARGAIXIET SCOTT KATPIIXYN SHARP GRACE P. SNYDER LILLIAN M. SNYIJER PAULINE SQUIBB ELEANOR E. STEGE ELIZABETH TECRENBROCR DORIS E. VANCE LOUISE A. WATTS KA'I'IAIEIiINI3 A. WIVIITIQ C. GEIKALIDINIE WII.I.IAMS GRACE B. ZERBOLIO MILIJIKEIJ C. ZW1iIG WARNER HALL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MAIKIAN ANDERSON HELEN M. COOPEIS ELAINE CIKOMWELL VIIKGINIA L. DOLE KAIKLEEN M. DYCUS MARY A. MCINTYRE ANN J. NOEL DORIS M. OBIERLINK MARION R. PETERSON BETTY J. PROUTY D. DONNABEL GILCI-IRIST ARLYNE L. REEVES BETTY HARRIS MILIDRED JAREIJ MILIVRIEIIJA L. JAREIJ JUNE JOHNSON FRANCES KUFFEL CATHERINE M. KYLIiS LUCILE M. LEWIS I'IEIfEN M. LOHMAN CAROLYN S. LOWRY I. JEAN SCHAEER A. MARTHA SCHULTZE DOROTHY F. SEGUR CHAIKLOTTE L. SOUTIYINVICK OLGA H. SVOBOIIA MARJORIE M. VOIGT' CATHERINE WALLACE IIJA M. WARREN Pelerxon Segur Mildred Jared Melntyre Milfreida Jared Noel Sclmfer Lowry Anderson Kylev Sclmlzze LolIm.m Kufiel Reeves l'rmIly Cromwell Warren Srnulnwiek Vnigr Oluerlink Julunwon Dycus Wallace Lewis Cooper Svoboda Gilchrist Page 240 Gcycr l'cilc Slicpherdson Rosenthal Raymond Davis Rotllcrt Koors Smith Almu Kern Couinghnm Hughes Kimball Elliot Osterbur F. Casio McMahon .A D.IncIIbIIrgcr Vcscloux G. NorIlI Kochm McAIlisIcr Scovillc Boyer Jcxke Powell Thomas Brock Mclntirc V lilllcld R. North Nelson l.c.IclI Wolfe Krugllolf llrincy Bincs Pierson Boger Swank I-orxylh llulzow Dnlumls Wildcrnlsm W. Cnsto Wait Rusliford Cook McC.1mnIon Whikfurd Connway I'loffm.In ACHAEA AEOLIA VESTA A L C E S 'I' I S M E D E A I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY L O C K E M A N O R MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JANE F. ALEXANDER PHOEBE R. ARDEN MARGAIKET E. BATES ELIZABETH BEELEY MARIE W. BERNDS LOUISE H. BITTNER EVELYN BRAEUTIGAM IRENE BRANTLEY LORRAINE L. BURGHARDT MARY E. CARD VIRGINIA R. DORMAN MARGARET DIKAKE MILDRED FRYER EUGENIE M. HACKBARTPI JULIA HENIJEIKSON ELEANOR G. l'lOWIE LUCILLE INGIKAM ALDONA A. -JUSKA MARY C. KERSHAW WANDA F. KOSINSRI MARJJOIKIE A. LA VAl.I.Ii WILMA LEESMAN MARGAIKIET L. LEHMANN MARY B. LEHMANN GIENEVIIEVE M. LYNCH LOUISE E. MARKUNAS MARJORIE H. O,KElilfE CATHEIKINE POPE RUTH M. SARGENT CAROLINE W. SCHICK KATHRYN J. SHAXV MAJEL SUMMFRS LILLIAN SWEARINGEN MARGAIKET E. VANCE BERTI-IA WELLS LOIS H. ZIMMIZRMAN SHARMEY ABMA ANNA E. BINES MARY C. BOGER GAIL I. BOYER EVELYN BRINEY lVlAR,JORIE L. BROCK MAIKY L. BUTZOW FLORENCE M. CASTO WANDA J. CASTO l'lIELEN E. CONAWAY JEANETTE J. COOK ALTA COTTINGHAM ROSA C. DAHMUS AUDREY A. DANIENISAIKGIEIK CATHERINE R. DAVIS RUBY M. ELLIOT JIZANNE R. FII-'IELD HELEN FORSYTH GLADYS M. GEYER AUDREY A. HOFFMAN CATHRYN J. HUGHES HELEN M. JESKE LUCILLE A. KERN HARRIET KIMBAL1. l'lIiLEN L. KOEHM MARY M. KOORS ELEANOR KRUGPIOI-'l" NANCY L. LEACH KATPIRYN M. MCALLlSTliR DOROTHY I. MCCAMMON A. LUCILLE MGINTIRE GRACE E. MCMAPION LILLIAN A. NELSON E. GERALDINE NOli'l'l'l RUTH E. NOIKTPI HELEN OSTEIil3UR llurglmrdt Lccxmnn lngI'.InI Br.IcIIIig.Im Pope Hates Bcclcy l.yIIclI lirycr XVcllH: llcrnmls Jmkn O'KvuI'c C.IrIl Sargent ZimnwrIn.III Drake DornI.In M.Irkun.Is l'lvndcrSon Kosinxki Schick Arzlun M. ll. l.cl:In.IIIn L1 Vnllu SIIInIncrs llillncr Alcx.IIILlcr llrnnllcy Swcnringcn Kcrxlmw lI.Icklv.IrllI lluwc M. I.. l.clIm.IIIn Slmw Vance Page 241 L. JUNETTE PEILE KATHERINE PIERSON VIRGINIA POWELL DORA E. RAYMOND CECILE F. ROSENTHAL KATHRYN E. ROTHERT SYLVIA R. RUSHI4'ORD ISABELLE SCOVILLI2 VIRGINIA SHEPHIERDSON ALBERTA M. SMITH IRMA L. SWANK HAZEL M. THOMAS MILDRED VESELOUS MARY A. WAIT MYIKA E. WI-IITEORD E. LUGILLE WILDIERMAN KATHRYN I. WIOIJTE ?"'l'N In W my ,. 'Pm ' J'-74 wpm: v-71. Q, ' .. ,. -r N Elia wi' if LEELVH. 9 ld Magi' 1 f -Xzlk fi lla ' 2 - 'f I Y , Aff, ' 'i Y is in Mmzevaii 1-A551 Q J "NO, NO, NANETTEH Sophistication, worldliness, and extravagance mingled with innocence and thrift made the XVoman's League Show, "No, No, Nanette," a truly absorbing and entertaining musical comedy. The broad comedy of Nellie Stuart as the deplorably stupid maid and the antics of Howie Wilson as the victim of an expensive wife, kept the audience continuously amused. A lovely chorus, dainty in flowing white gowns and carrying fancy little parasols swayed gracefully to the rhythm of "Tea for Twof' while the hero and heroine, Dave Pettigrew and Lorama Wiese sang. In addition to the choruses, songs, and excel- lent acting, clever specialty numbers like Jean Fitzgerald's perfectly balanced toe-dancing, added variety to the program. Under the capable direction of Severina E. Nelson the whole cast worked together as a unit, presenting a finished production against a back- ground of realistic scenery. :wi if as NSW 'f .'14 i Page 2 4 2 tv'ifix44X":..U.s',g gs i. "' 5 , ,, 1 A .LA warg- .',4.,71'- , f- Q 1P"'fff1w2'Q'-'sv'-I"-'--49 -Ti-"I."'f .25 mt -ah., . --.s-f-, ACTIVITIES Drawn together through the unifying work of Wo111an's League, whose Executive Council is its gov- erning body, the campus activities of Illinois women are varied and interesting. The XVcdnesday teas of the league provide a social hour where campus women can forget their scholastic worries and widen their circle of ac- quaintanecs. W. A. A. sponsors the annual May Pete with its parade down the Broadwalk of the May Queen, fol- lowed by her maids of honor, the Mortar Boards of the preceding year, and her court, the new Mortar Boards and Torches. This May Fete climaxes the Mother's Day week-end celebration which is opened by the Shi-Ai Sing Friday night when the competing sororitics sing their chapter songs. Symbolic of the highest achievement in feminine campus activities and scholarship, Mortar Board rests in its traditional place on Senior Bench. Vt E, 1..V l'n,qr':4j 'sy I . , , I Q Q4-w"'f'fifi-'i'r7..f.If' '127 ' Jax .4 N M,,a,,..i3.fwl'fNmei,yp?, U A u, as 3 ' , ' ,nga X ' rf? 'E utcwmmif . ,, ,f-'ffq' 'g:,....,gi " ,.'-' ,xv-I af- 43.1 atop. Hi, ,NT f 'Art ' ' 'v -A s wf, , f I' i ,- j. - 4 M . . W' Av,",., f ' A I 'f 2-"Q f, J-ld'-.fax .uw 2 ,"I' I 57-JL:-'W ' 1, t-, M, '-',.:-naive T-w'--'gm 4, ,, " i:jr'1-' Aa pr- ' wslhs , 11.-'1,,'H. ..--c -v I' '-1 10' " u"r - X-"xx .1 4 '--' lr I 1 ' ' -'ffl Q.. H .. if c --Sw:-, ! .,A ,Il-I, -trim., I JML., ir!-,, 1 4 . , .,, , 4 V' I ' ' . i 'Q M4-'fu - .. I I I 1 411 , all I ""1 ..-15' fl.. ACTIVITIES 4. - :rr .,,. ,,., ',-N 1 1 ,,,..,.... , ,,...... , M, . I, pw. . ,,.!'..V.v,.- ,. a . M. , - W. A. A. The ball posed for the serve, teammates alert and opponents ready to receive it, the W. A. A. Volley ball tournament gets under way, and with it another W. A. A. sport season begins, with its melee of nerve-racking ties, hard-won victories, and good keen competition. Both interclass and interhouse competition is engaged in, with the interhouse volleyball championship going to the smiling Pi Phi team above after a close match. Aside from team competition in basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball, W. A. A. offers individual compe- tition in ping-pong, golf, diving, and similar sports. And for those most proficient in swimming and diving W. A. A. has founded two separate organizations, the Tele- graphic Swimming Team and Terrapin Club. The latter of these sponsors the annual water carnival, which, with its beautiful exhibition of difficult diving and intricate water formations, is a symbol of the combination of art and sport that W. A. A. has achieved. The 1934 carnival was the pageant of "Die Loreleif' perfectly enacted and replete with beautiful silver mermaids as Well as clumsy but clever clowns. Q . , W ., - V. , .A y Y .. ' A . . -Y ,. i-.2 , L5 I. ., . .i A t ri 1 l lx f ls gs ,, L , .if wh M gal 4 lt Uwx 1-' :ff . 1' f' .i 4 -is-H ' W . pl as E Q-4 fig' i,.,,,.. an-:.i::+f ' 7 A 5 W ,,-vi' , , gg :nfl v "ii i 924533: whit: liii .. i .fbi-an 531 Page 244 All nk I. if 'J s-1' F Y. W. C. A. DOLL SHOW The Twenty-ninth Annual Doll Show, a real tribute to the industry of its able chairman. Ruth A. Lyddon, and her committee, delighted a campus imaginative enough to enjoy its fanci- ful nature and charitable enough to appreciate the welfare idea behind it. This year the theme, "Our Foreign Cousins," was carefully carried out in the realistic and widely varying entries, depicting typical scenes from the nations of the world. First place in the sorority entries wcnt to the Thetas for a scene from a Black Forest Village home. First place in the Group System entries went to Alcestis for an Eskimo scene. L. .. s, 1 ." --A , V1 tiziiiif-QL meirr .J- .1 'jztit , c.' 'J " 'Q :J ' ly . -ix ,lil f .--i i -'ii I X - ,- - fb ' ' ': H' V' " ' ' 51 A , ' M - i I 1 . if " . Q 5, Rm? H- X..:'v' A-!': H 1 l l ' ' -. ' ' 5- l, 1 .. f - r v ' Jw ir . fi 5. 2 7 1, U " ' ' ' ' l """"' ' ' is V1 i if rf' . Q, , 5 Page 245 JCHI fkylff ' l g me rw' ' - In Q6 l'l 1 , - gf X x 5 Q V ! IL, nts' oF io-Jag are 4: V1 I gb ,' I X qi QY 5 v if? . KM. Zf N ,.-V-Wall-,I A 14 N fs I Q -Q, P UBLICATIC THE ILLINI BOARD OF CONTROL IAIIRAM T. Sc:ovII.I. Clmirnmu BOARD OF DIRECTORS Faculty Members HIIRAM T. SCOVILL . . . . . Chairman WILLIAM E. BRITTON . . . . Cloairnzan-elect BURRUS S. DICKINSON OSCZAIK A. LEU'rWII,.ER FREDERICK S. SIEBERT FRED H. TURNEIK frm lvavvj Simlelzl Members NEIL D. CLINE IRUTI-l A. FERGUSON EIIWIN R. Houciis MoUN'I'I-'oRT I-I. SMITH On May 11, 191 1, the Illini Publishing Company was chartered by the State of Illinois as a corpo- ration not for profit. This corporation is controlled by a Board of Directors consisting of four faculty members selected by the Senate Committee on Student Affairs and four students elected by the student body. All student publications at the University of Illinois are subsidiaries of the Company, and the man- agement of these publications is directed by the above Board of Control. Like many other administrative and legislative enactments, the creation of a supervisory agency for publications 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 the publications in for- mer years. The condition existing since 1911, 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 com- petency on both the editorial and business staffs of campus publications. There has been also a con- tinuity of policy and purpose and a safe-guarding of property, as well as a full settlement of obligations each year with local creditors. The employment of a full-time manager, during the last fourteen years, has given the publishing company a means of advising the newer members of the staff each year. 'if -if TURNER SIEBIEIVI' CLINE FERGUSON SMITH Honclzs LI:U'l'wILER Page 2 4 8 T H E IL L I NI PUBLISHING CGIVIPANY DONALD S. HOEBEL Avling Comjmny Mrnmgvr DONALD S. HOEBEL Acting Company Manager The Illini Publishing Company, which issues all student publications at the University of Illinois has been so succcessful since its organization in 191 1, that it has served as a model to many other universi- ties. Its growth has been so rapid and its influence so widespread that today it is regarded by many as the greatest student publishing company in the country. The system of conducting the student publications is based upon the employment, by the com- pany, of a business manager who is in charge of the business offices and advises the publications man- agers. The combinations of all the publications, with a capable manager at its head, has enabled the student managers and editors to improve their publications from year to year. The rapid growth of the publishing company may be seen in the present plant, one of the best equipped college publishing companies in the United States, which turns out a daily eight-page eight- column metropolitan newspaper, carrying full Associated Press leased wire service, and also prints all student publications except THE ILLIO. The company,s success in business, made possible by a firm foundation and well-directed policies, is clearly indicated by its physical expansion. CoMPos1No Room, HAND SET TYPE Page 249 J. BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN THE DAILY ILLINI Edilor-in-Chief 1' r 5 M ff Nl DRAcoo STROHM SCHACHT SENIOR STAFF J. BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN .... . Editor-in-Chief GEORGE C. ZELLER . . . Business Manager JOHN L. STROHM . . . Cbief News Editor CRESTON J. FOSTER . Chief Editorial Writer JOHN H. SCI-IACHT . . . Sports Editor JEAN E. DRAGOO . . . . Womarfs Editor MARGARET ASKREN . W01Ud1l,S Business Manager SAMUEL X. AEARBANEL . . . . Campus Scout MARVIN S. COHN . Radio Edifor Assoeiates ALBERT J. BERTINE RAYMOND F. BURKE fa TALBOT SENTMAN JOSEPH Z. BURsoN HARVEY P. HUDSON LOWELL A. NYE JOSEPH H. SUMMERS JAMES THOMSON Gr A HAIST POTTEIGER A- I vf 5' J, 157 J vf 4? .J ff WILT DUFFIELII HERIKON DEAN CHILDS MIDDLE'FON Page 250 THE DAILY ILLINI Pagc' 251 FOSTER COHN RICHARD B. CHILDS ROBERT R. DEAN THEODORE A. DUFFIELD GLADE F. HAIST BERNARD BERROVITZ C. JAMES LARSON . JERRIAN W. REAM RUTH J. KUHN . EUGENE E. WENTHE FREDERIC E. LEE, JR. DOROTHY E. SMITH MARY A. GRANT . CHARLES F. PORTER GEORGE C. ZELLER Bnxinvxx Manngvr in R gi ASKREN JUNIOR NEWS EDITORS ELBERT L. HERRON EVERETTE E. SENTMAN BEN MARKI-AND W. PHILLIPS TALBOT WILLIAM S. MIDDLETON R T Q ALFRED A. MOOIKE OBERT L' IEKILN ARNOLD J. POTTEIGER GEORGE M. WILT JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGERS as W- K, My . LARSON GRANT WENTHE PORTER . . Copy Manager . . Credit Manager Campus-Urbana Adveriising Camlms- Urbana Ad Ifertixing . Champaign Advertising . Champaign Advertising . Champaign Advertising . Classijiwi Ailfvcrfising Circulation Ojicc Manager Ig' ' Q ' I. t giQi"'?:- A L. I I S1 . h . 1 6 I., X511 , I .k.VJ ,A . I ' . ' A SMITH LEE ' KUHN REAM K 7,2 MlliS DIaU'rI:II I,lilGliNVRlNG SKIOVILI. I.UCKl'IARlJl' NICGUIGAN JUNIOR WOMEN EDITORS ESTHER A. .DIEUTCH EI.IZABli'l'H M. LUCKHARDT I'Ilil,liN A. MIIiS MARY J. LEISENRING M. JANE MCGUIGAN MARY J. SGOVILI. THE D GEORGE W. ALLEN RALPH W. ANDERSON EDWARD BARTON GLEN B. BAUMANN CHESTER F. BECKER PAULINE BLOCK DEAN W. BOHLEN MARY F. BRANDT CAMERON D. BROWN MARION M. BURSON BETTY A. BYERS EDWARD J. CALLAHAN DOROTHY F. CANTOR EDWARD L. CORNELL, JR. ADELAIDE R. DADANT ROBERT W. DE WOLI-' H. JEAN DONALDSON Vl'IRNON R. EICHSTAEIIT WARD ELLISON I'IAROI,D O. FIC!-ITE A I L Y I L L I N I SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN BUSINESS STAFF HOWAIKID H. GAULT ALLEN I. GOLDMAN THOM AS D. G UNNING H. LOUISE HARTMAN BERNARD HASTERLIK EDWARD F. I-IEYWOOD DOROTHY HOIVITMAN ELMER HULMAN DOliO'l'I'IY JENSEN MARY K. JOHNSON VIVIAN I. JOHNSON GIZIKTIKUIJE E. KA'I'Z JEROME KATZIN MARY KEMP ROBERT KNOVREK IRENE C. KOVAGH IRENE P. LEVIS JEAN C. MCEVOY GEORGE W MCFED IES . . . . R CLARA F. MCGINTY CLARABELLIE MCKlNl,AY KATI-IRYN E. MARSPI IRVING A. MATZNER FRANC B. MEYIZIK, -JR. DAVID F. MEEK JOHN J. MIEIEIK ROSEMARY MILLER HARRY MODELL MARTIN S. MORGAN I"IliRMIEN MYERS ROSEMARY O,NEIl.l. IDOROTHY H. PARKER RAYMOND L. PATTERSON EDWARD T. PEEPLES HELEN PORTER VIRGINIA R. RACLIN MARGERY E. RAUI3 CARLYN P. REINEIIERG GEORGEI L. REINHARDT THOMAS L. RIDGE LEE H. RUBENS MILTON RUBIN SHELTON J. RUTTENIIURG MARY E. SCHAFER LEONARD SHAPIRO PAUL SIMON PEGGY C. SMITH MARIAN E. SNYDER ROBERT STERNI-'ELD IMOGENIZ STURGIEON XVINSTON H. SUMNER RICHARD L. TPIACKIZIK MAIKY E. THOMSON AUDREY J. TRUITT I'IARRlE'l' R. WAYI.ANlJ BRUCE F. WHITE JOHN B. WHITE VICTOR YAIfIfE Rulwnx YIIIII: Sumner lflcluc Allcn Thacker Rubin I-lcywund Guldnmn I'nlIcrmn Simon Il.lum.Inn V.JOlInson llohlcn Ridge J.WlIitc Kovzlclu Cornell Knovrck Ihrum lI.IxIcrIik Ilnffnmn Becker W.IyI:Ind O'Ncill Rnulv Schafer Myers H.IrInI.In Rcinvlwcrg Millar M.Irsh Meier McKinl.Iy Reinhardt Dzxdnnl Ilursnn McEvoy Mrulcll Truitt Peoples Page 25 'Ii l ' I IIN! WI! 'f I I JOHN D. AUSTIN R. FII-:LD BEAM PERRY W. BLAIN ROBERT L. BLAIR EDWARD A. BLOOM XVILLIAM E. COLLINS MICHAEL J. CONNOLLY JOHN N. CIKOWDIEIK TH Welling Folger Mnlxlcy Bloom 'l'luIcrIIIcr Kainl Wil! lfluriu Summcrx Slcinur Sunncckcn Upp RuIlfcI'n Cullim Purlcrlicld Wlxilclmuwc Sow.: Diggs June: Guucrmzm Nciallunrmll Gund Rmscll Stoll Spurling SOPI-IOMORE-FRESHMAN MENIS EDITORIAL STAFF GEORGE L. DERIK DAVID G. H01-'If' LLOYD L. PORTIiRIf'lIil.D JOHN M. DIOGS EDXVARD M. JONES RICHARD K. lRIiDIfIlRN JAMI-is E. DIX KARL I-I. KAINZ JOI-IN P. RICHIEY NliLlO A. IILORIO JOHN W. KNIGHT ROIIERT C. RUSSELL WIl.I.lAM M. FOLGER JOHN G. LIESSIQI. GROVER E. SI-IIPTON ROBERT O. GOOD JOHN A. MAl3I.liY GODIIREY SPERLING, JR. LEON Gu'I"I'IaRMAN PAUL W. NEIIII-lAlilJ'l' EDWIN H. SONNIECKIEN I.liSI.lIi W. I'IIGliIl2 IJAVIID J. ORMAN WAI.'l'Iili E. SOWA E DAILY ILLI SOPI-IOMORE-FRESI-IMAN WOMEN'S EDITORIAL STAFF GRUNDY STEINIQR EDWIN L. STOLL IKOBIERT C. SUMMERS ANGUS M. 'Tl-IUIERMI-ZR ROBERT D. UPI' RUSSEL D. WEIIII DAVID C. WI2LI.lNG WILLIAM A. Wl'll'l'lil-ILDUSI ROBERT N. WIl.'l' NI CAROLINE SNOW JIZAN SOUCI ROSIEMARY STEUIIER RUTH F. Wl'lAKI.Y I'IIEI.liN R. WliSSIiI.S IscA P. WIl.IEY VIIICEINIA K. XVi5l.l"l" MARIAN J. BORUOR lVlARJORlIi EDWARDS JIIINNIIS M. I-IUI-'I-' VIRGINIA PALI-'REY MAIKY E. BRADLEY MARY E. FLEMING E'rI-IELQLIEQLINE HELEN G. PATTON MAIKY M. BRADNI-.Y VIVIAN GEOIKGI: MARIE . RAEMER MARY A. RAUSCHEM. INES CAUllIillA I'IARRIIi'I' GILMORI3 SYLVIA IKURTZON M Q C R ' AUDREY R. COLl.INS MAIKIAN J. GLASSER R. ELIZAIIETI-I LEE IL"'I""' ' ""N'I"'-'MW BERNIOE M. DAGAN SHIRLEY L. GOODMAN GRACE L. LIliSliNDAHl. HMAUI5 .l- RIVES MUIKIIIII. I-I. DAY JEAN L. GOUGLEIK KA'l'HliRINli J. LIOI-I'I'IsODY MARY J. RYAN GLAIJYS M. DE W0l,If'lil'liANCliS E. GRANT MARJORIE J. MAIEIK R U Si 4 1 N BARIIARA DIIiHL ALICE I-IUDELSON JUNE MERSI-IIMER UTH LHU'HLR IJOROTHY B. DULANY JANE B. I-IUEY DOLOIKIES E. NAGODA EDITI-I G. SILVER ' ' ' . ' I ' - I ' " l ' I 1 A J . I 5 if I I I I , A 1 , rf - . L I I . . . . I -.Z ll Pago 2 5 3 Glasser Kurunn Gnumlnmn CInInlcr.I Grant Stculwr llc Wnlfv I.cc Ilnll' Dul..my Vullinw llucy Rcinlucimcr lidwardw l'.Ilfrcy Sclwlhr Silvcr Klinr liglxllmdy Rivrs W.Ill.Icc l'.IIInn l.iuwml.IlIl Mmicr .Iv R y.III llclninp: Guuglcr Mn'rxlIviIIIcr WI-urls Wcakly Snuci Gilmore SHIRLEY R. WAl.l.ACli X :E ' .AM Mzim RQRERT C. EVANS Ifflilor-ill-Chief IKOBERT C. EVANS FREDERICK S. CROOK DOROTI-IY L. KERR MAlkY C. Com' . ROBERT L. REDFERN MAIKVIN S. COX-IN Louis PLAMBECK THE ILLIO inn KERR REDFERN SENIOR STAFF OF 1935 . Editor-in-Chief Busimws Manager VVOman's Edifor Wommfs Business MdIIdgl'V Milifary Edilor . Sjmrfs Erlilor Sfaj Pbofograpbcr SMITH MCTNflLI.lIN HINMAN FRANK PETRI RAILSBACK Page 2 54 THE ILLIO OF 1935 Eli., FIIEDIERICK S. CIKOOK Buximfxx Manager . '35, f fi L.. .L .. PLAMBECK Com' JUNIOR EDITORS HERBERT L. FRANK DONALD F. MCMILLEN BEN F. RAILSBACK EUNICE O. HINMAN FLORINE E. PETR1 KIRRER SMITH JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGERS HELEN D. ALEKSIUM IROBERT J. FICK MARY J. MAGAN MAIlGAli1i'l' J. REESE CLARK A. BAILEY EVELYN M. LAUIKENCE DIXON D. MOORHEAD KENNETH J. SCI-IUESSLER BA:LEY ALERSIUM LAU Page 25 5 1 RENCE NIOOIKHEAD NIAGAN Sc:uuEss1.laR REIISE PICK JOIIN A. BALDWIN RICHARD O. BEITIEL IJAYIZ BlI.I.lNGSLI5Y lfVIiI.YNE BLAZER F. lEI.IzADIaTH BOOTH DONAI.D C. BOWMAN NIAXINH Q. BURNETT PIIYLLIS BURNS BARBARA L. BUSGI-I TH l,IIYI.l.lS J. ARMSTRONG FRANCIS H. BACIIMAN DEXTER R. BARRIZ'I"l' NORMA A. BARTS JOHN B. BENNETT Ross BERGSCHNEIDER Bli'l"l'Y M. BLAIR ClIAIlI.ES BLUE CIHRISTINIZ J. BROCK JULIA BULLINGTON CAROLINE CALLOWAY JANET L. CHADWICK MARY CLIFFORD WII.I.IAM J. CUNNINGHAM ALICE S. DUVAL GRACE IELLIS l'1l.lZANORE FOIIR MORRELL P. FRAZIER llli'I"I'Y J. GIENTLEMAN NIELL R. GERE If H I TNI! i"lll' Bnntll I-'nwler H.InIIn.vn Norris Spanger Harrington Sengszock Burns Carver Baldwin Billingsley Middleton I.ielmernIaII Stinson Wells Jokisch Blazek Burnet: Siverr Busch Warder Metcalf Cedarquist Vernon Tnrre Rolserrs Rudolph Dolan Nnulunan Smilli Bowman Warren Harriw II.'dden GuyIIn Kelley SOPI-IOMORE-FRESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF KEN N ETH N. CARVER WAYLAND CEDARQUIST l'lliLl2N E. CIIRISTOIIII PHILII' A. CliIIIIfllEI.IJ QIATHARINE Ii. DOLAN VIRGINIA R. FLOREN BIZTII L. FOWLIZR XVILLIAM D. GUYNN JANE l'lADDIEN V. TIIIERS HAMMAN MARY L. HARRINGTON GEORGE C. l'lARRlS GARNVOOD F. HEADS ALTA G. .JOKISCII BERNICE Ii. KELLEY .JOHN W. KLUBERG LlIiIMAN G. LIEBERMAN MARY K. MIZTCALF ELIZABETH J. MIDDI.E'I'ON FRANCES IE. MOUNT MAIKVIN N. NAKTI'IMAN M. EI.lZABIi'l'lI NORRIS NIOLLIIE M. PHELIfs FLORENCE V. iROBl2Il'l'S IRVIN I-I. RUDOLPII DORIS E. SENGSTOCK ROBERT C. SIVERT IVIARY SMITH l'lliNRY J. SPANJER, JR. LOIs M. STINSON l'lOWARD A. STOTLER, JR 'JOSIil'I'! TARRE JANET H. VERNON GORDON G. WARIJER PATRICIA WARREN l'llEI.IEN C. WELLS SOPHOMORE-FRESI-IMAN BUSINESS STAFF OLGA M. GILSTER NIARJORIE GREEN MARY L. HAYES J ACK S. HEllERI.ING AL!-'RIZD C. HENNING KATHRYN J. HEss GUSTAR C. I-IOLZRICIITER NIARTIIA PIUSTED JUNE JOIINSON JAMES R. JOHNSTON ITIIZLIEN H. KATZMANN DAVID L. KEITH IDOROTHY A. KELLY RICHARD W. KISRCII MAIKY E. KERN IiLIzAIsETI-I KILROY MARY A. KIMDELL CAROLYN G. KOLLAR JANE E. KORSI-IAK LOUISE S. KRUEGEIK KATHRYN H. KUHNEN EDITH K. LANG JAMES W. LANTZ ARTIIUR M. LINDSAY IIRIEDRICK W. LOYD EUGENE P. LUNDEM LESTER LUNDQUIST IiI.IzAnETH IE. MCCARTY GERALD IE. MAIKCIKAVE l'lliRMINE MEYEIK GORDON L. MIDDLETON KENNETH J. NELSON SIIIRLEY M. OYEN NIARCELLA A. PACHCIAREK GEORGIANNA POWERS liI.sIE H. QUENTIN IDA M. RICHMOND MARION L. RIvEs JEAN F. ROBINSON CAROL ROLPH 1935 lfIbl'l'H ROEIEQUET CALVIN F. SCHAEFER RUTH li. SCHWARZ PIIEISE J. SIELLS RUTH SETIINIESS PIERCE L. SHANNON IISTIIIER H. STUT'I'I.E IIRIZD W. TANNIIR, JR. NIARYBELLE THOMPSON MAIKGARET L. TWYMAN GORDON F. TYRRELL, JR. MARIAN URDAN NIARY J. VAN HOESEN PAUL M. VANCE HARRIET A. VINJE BETTY J. WAGNER GEORGE H. WALTER ROBERT K. WILEY JOI-IN R. YOUNG Lindsay Margravc Nelson Tyrrell Sclmefer Waller Blue Barrett Bergsclmcider Young Henning ' Kelly Krueger Johnson Korslaak Chadwick Oyen Ellis Calloway Hayes l'aclIci:Irck Bullington Rives Hcbcrling ,'WIley GcIIlIvIn:III Blair Clifford Gilster VIII: Huesen Kulmcn lfuhr Green Annsrrlmg Robinson Powers McC.Irty Bennett lllompson Urban Brock Rupiequer Kollar Hess Slulllc Sctlmess Lang DuVal Twyman IW' q I 1 4 TH E SIREN T WAI,'I'IzR C. S'I'RARoxII lfVliI.YN A. STIERN linsillvss MllIl4I,Ql'l' Ealifor -EDITORIAL AND ART STAFF EVELYN A. STERN JUNE E. PARSONS I'IOR'I'l3NSli L. EHRICI-I JAMES A. WILI. . Assislants MAIKCUS V. BRIaxvs'I'ER ELOISE ISLEY CSLORGIZ B. LJHARING MARY L. LIAYIES ,IEROMA L. WAI.I.ACIi BUSINESS STAFF WA I.,'I'ER C. STRAROSI-I . EMMA AUER . GENIEVIEVE E. AUER .IACR RUBIN . . . . . Iizlifor WI1r114111'.s Editor E.Yt'bllIllQl' Editor . Ar! Editor ISCA P. WIl.lfIX' CASIMAR WINIAIKSKI B nsimxsx M a IHIXUI' Circulation Manager AlI'Vl'l'fi.YflllQ Manager Collvvliwz Manager WILLIAM F. XWEBEIK Assistant Circulation Manager HARRY M. RUSH Assistant Aa'vc'rtisifzg Manager Assistants EDWARD ADELSON EVIELYN BAKER ALICE L. BARRETT DOROTHY H. BLUM IRENE P. LEVIS T. RALPH MCCLOSKEY DAVID M. MOJONNIER HOWARD E. SEARS RAYNA B. SILVERSTEIN DOROTI-IY B. SIMMONS RICHARD V. WINANS lhlgc 257 Blum Lcvis Win.Ins XV.IIl.:cc Iluyux Weber Adclson McCloskey Rubin Mujuunicr Rush Will S' ' ' A Immonx l1.Aucr l'.Irsun-- b.AucI' EhI'In:lI Scars I-. i5 ii 'z "z '. I 0. Q, WALTER M. ENGER WIIALIAM W. COFVEEN Editor Business Mznmgrr ROGER H. BENEDICT HARRY C. DAVIS LEROY A. DIxON WILLIAM W. DUKES JAMES F. FITZGERALD LOUIS P. FLESCH THE TECHNOGRAPH STAFF WAL'fER M. ENGER WILLIAM W. COFFEEN HIENIKY L. GIBSON STANLEY E. GRIMM DAVIIJ K. HARIKIS PAUL J. HENDRICRSEN WILLIAM E. HENDRICKSEN EDWARD HONG . Ezlilo-r Business Muuugvr ALBERT M. LEvY DANIEL B. RAPOPORT XVALTER A. RENNER RICI-IARIJ S. SHELDON ROBERT V. SHEPHERD 7 I I 3 2 ii . I Hong Shepherd Sheldon Levy Rcnncr llillgcmld I'. Hcndrickscn Davis Tnrplvy Sherman Grimm Benedict Tourck Coffccn Engcr W. Hcnddickscn JOHN W. SHERMAN GEORGE W. SVOBODA CLARENCE E. TARPLEY JAMES C. TOURER ROBERT N. WEBER uf I' E C I Pugr' 2 5 8 s ILLINOIS AGRICULTURIST MARTIN T. GAREE IVAN W. HIESER . JOHN S. MOCANNON HELEN A. MIEs . . . WILLIAM S. MCKOWN Business Manager MARTIN T. GARRE Editor EDITORIAL STAFF . Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Wo1nan's Editor HOMER E. MONTGOMERY GEIKALDINE ANDERSON GEORGE H. STAGGS . Dairy Editor Girls' 4-H Editor Boys' 4-H Editor HADLEY P. MOORE DOROTHY M. IRWIN . . Assistant Wornarfs Editor ' ' Ahmmi Edifor NORMAN R. URQUHART . . Ag,,0,,0,,,y Editor RAY H. TEAL . . . Assistant Alumni Editor WILLIAM C. MUMMERT . Animal Husbandry Editor ROBERT C. ECKI-IARDT . Agricultural Club Editor FRANKLIN H. ALLEN Agricultural Economics Editor RAYMOND R. IRWIN . Agricultural Education Editor Assistants NANCY E. GROSBALL DEAN W. JONES HARLAN C. RATPIE WILLIAM S. MCKOWN WILBER H. TAMMEUS OWEN C. MAUE . ELIZABETH J. RUDY WILLIAM D. RUSK ALFONSO VETERANE BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Ad uertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Subscription Manager Circulation Manager Circulation Manager Assistants MIENZIE W. AMMON MELVIN P. GEI-ILBACI-I VIOLA E. RODISON WILLIAM H. BEAUMAN MALCOLM H. MCVICKAR ANITA R' SCHNAPP HORACE W. SMITH ROBERT M. DOLE MARIAN F. MATTHEWSON LILLIAN M. SNYDER HAROLD L. GARWOOD JOHN K. PARKS JACK ZIMEL Page 259 Jones Parks Eckhsrdr Smith R. Irwin Mane Teal Tnmmcus McVicknr Ratlxc Anderson Robison D. Irwin MIIttlIcwsDII Slngg-I llI:.Iun1.In Garwood Ammon Rudy Grosbnll McKuwI1 Galrlvc Sclmalpp Mics Allen Vctcrsm. Bekinal scenes oF velopmenf oF an STUDENT ADMINISTRATION STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS KARL V. ROHLEN . . . Prcsizlcnt, LAWSON H. FLANAGAN . Vive-Prcsizlwrf, DOROTIEIY L. POOR . KATHEIXINE U. FILSON LOUIS E. BECRMAN . . . Presirlcnt, Sc ALEXANDER E. LAWSON com! Scmestvr First Scmesicr Firsi Scmcsicr Secrelary . Treasurer ive" . Vice-Prcsirlmf, Second Seuzcsivr KARL V- ROHLEN RAYMOND F. BURKE . . . PI'c.IizlI'ui, First Scmcslcr . . . Publicity Secretary Seniors ANNE ASH R. LAWRENCE BALL HELEN L. BARTLETT KENNETH N. BOLEY ROBERT B. BORCHERS ROBERT P. BOWDITCH MARY J. CHANDLER BARTON A. CUMMINGS ROBERT C. EVANS HUBERT J. FOMBELLE VIRGINIA M. HILL C. WILLIAM HONEYWELL J. BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN MARY A. MCINTYRE MEMBERS MRS. PAUL BEAM Faculty HAROLD S. DAWSON CHARLES R. FREDERICK MILO C. MORGAN XVALLACE M. MULLIREN KENNETH J. PETTIGREXV HELEN L. RUSSELL JOSEPH W. SCOTT F. LAWIKENCE SEAMANS GEORGE H. SHEVLIN FLOYD A. SINGLETON CHARLOTTE M. SMITH VINCENT J. VAN MIETEII I Il1Ii0l'S J. JOSEPH BRANDLIN HOWARD J. BRAUN MILDRED A. FISHER JOE M. GARTNER PI-IYLLIS M. GRANT EDWIN R. HODGES TI-IEODORE HOFFMAN ALBERT R. IMLE JULIA M. LAKE SAMUEL H. LAW WILLIAM B. MCKINSTRY ARLYNE L. REEVES JOHN R. REYNOLDS CARROLL E. SNYDER MAIKJOIKIE M. VOIGT So-jzbomorcs ROBERT D. AIKMSTRONG LAWSON H. FLANAGAN Vice-PI'cxi41cl1l, First SEIIIESICV MARGARET E. BAKER ELSIE V. BASTA MAIKY F. BRANDT G. CAMERON BROWN G. WILLIAM EASTERBROOK HAROLIJ O. FICHTE XVILLIAM J. LIERMAN KENNETH D. MCCAIN MARIAN J. RICH ROBERT H. ROSENTHAL ROBERT L. STEELE FAY I. SULLIVAN WESLEY O. WIGGINTON Fffiblllfll HANS R. FADUM JOHN J. SCHERER Evans Beckman Singleton Scnmnns Mnllikcn Bowditch Scott l lnncywull Ilnll Sllcvlin l.ivlIcrm.In Lawson Flanagan Russell Mclntyrc Pour Filson Clmndlcr llill Rohlcn Page 262 STUDENT SENATE R 1 The Student Senate, now rounding V out its first year of existence, had its origin in 1931 as a result of growing dissatisfaction with the system of stu- dent government among the under- graduate student body. In this year a move was instigated to change the student government and culminated ALEXANDER E. LAWSON Louis E. BECKMAN last spring Wlth the adoption of a new Vice-Prcsirlmf, Scroml Sczlzexlcr Prcxiflcnl, Sccoml Scmcxlcr constitution. The change calls for the replacement of the old Student Council by a Student Senate composed of eighteen activity heads chosen ex-officio, eight representatives from each of the senior, junior, and sophomore classes, the four class presidents, and one junior representative each from the Colleges of Liberal Arts, Commerce, Engineering, Agriculture, Fine and Applied Arts, and the School of Physi- cal Education, and a senior representative from the School of Journalism and the College of Educa- tion, making a total of fifty-four. Any undergraduate in the University with sophomore standing is eligible to petition for a position. The procedure, as outlined by the constitution, requires fifty signatures on the petition, which muSt be turned in to the secretary of the Student Affairs Committee. If approved, the stu- dentls name is placed on the ballot in the Student Senate elections held early in the first semester. In this way the average student has an opportunity to participate in his government. The constitution of this new system of government states its purpose as follows: "The purpose of this senate shall be to promote the welfare of the student body in the best interest of all, to control and administer effectively all matters which properly fall under the juris- diction of the general student self-governmentf' lircdurick Imlc Cummings Sny der Licrman Reynolds Armstrong Wigginron liaclum lficlilc Eaxterbrouk Braun Law Hoffman Mcliinstry Gartner Fisher Rccvcs Gran: Sullivan Voigt Lake Basra Page 263 GI'oRcI: H SIIEVLIN, JR. l:RENCH L. FRAKER Pl'l'Sitl4.'IIl Ifirsl Viva-I'I'1-xiflwll IROIBERT P. BOWDITCH RoIsIsR'I' B. BIKOWNE PARKER J. ERICKSON FRENCH L. FRAKIZR EI.DER'I' R. GRAGG BOARD OF DIRECTORS GARDNER W. HEIDIKICK DoNALD H. KIZIL REXIVORD A. NIEWCOMB, JR. WILLIAM G. PALMER ROBERT REITSCI-I ILLI NOIS OFFICERS GEDRGE I-I. SI-IEVLIN, FRENCI-I L. FRAKER JR. . Prr'sirl1'ul . Firsl Vicf'-PI'1'.Iidr'IIl RExIfoRD A. NEwcoMI3, JR. . . Srwzml Vice-PI'z'siIlw1f DONALID H. KEII. . . . . Svcrelary EDWARD J. FILBEY . . . Trrfasurcr' EDNVARIJ E. S'I'AEIfoRD . BIIXIIIPSX M allagvr CABINET JARVIS BRADSHAW LOWIELL V. OZMENT . . . Danras . Dads' Day JAMIES L. ALLEN . . . Produrlionx PHILIP E. GORE . . Sfmlwlf Relations WII.I.IAM A. MARSTELLER . Programs C. RICHARD FULMER . Imlvjuvlrlvrll Relations HIIKAM T. SCOVILL GEORGE H. SHEVLIN, JR. CARL STEVENS FRED H. TURNER STANLEY H. YOUNG The IllInois Union was founded in 1909 with a membership of 2,000 which has steadily in- creased until at present it has an enrollment of 22,000. During the summer of 1934, the University took over the Union Building's first and second floor center sections for a new student lounge and recreation center, as well as for headquarters for student activities. Freshmen can find places upon Illinois Union Committees and have opportunity to work up through the merit system to junior and senior positions. . K Y Q 'f I ,. . ill In IIII le All S I . ,, 'I I A A .I . 1, A Bownli ICI! Iiraker Ozmcnt Young Newcomb Kcil Fulmcr Hcidrick Gngg Gore Ilradslmw liillwy Browne Shcvlin Scnvill Stafford Er Ckxun Page 264 Y. M. C. A. . OFFICERS VIKANK L. SIEAMANS Prasi1I1'nt JOHN R. LARIMIQR . Vfl't'-1Jl'l'.Vitll'llf D. SMITH MlIGAUfiI'lliY Rl'l'!Jl'lll'l' lJliAN CHARl.ES M. THOMPSON . . . TI'l'lISIll'l'f , PRO1-'. WIl.l.iAM BRITTON . . . JOHN R. l.AllIMliR l'RANK L. Sl1AMANs l Virr-Prrxiflvui l'rr'.viilf-ul . . . . Cfmlrnmn of Board CABINET CARL V. MILBURN Frvxlmnnz Fvllowxlzijz ROBERT E. CAMERON . Social GEORGE L. S'rAUm' . lfiwxirlr' Forums JOHN NV- WMV,-ERMAN pnbljpjfy FRANK H' CROSBY ' H' Mvwngf WIl.I.lAM C. BURT . . Dvjfilfafiozzx DON E. Kusiiiev . . O 1 vr Boys' orc. . ' ALBERT O. BARD Pulllir Rl',flfiIlI1S!IiIX KENNETH L. GUSTAI-'SON junior Boys' Vfork I GARDNER W. I-I1a1nRIc,:R . . . Nlf'IIIfl!'l'Nf7f!I A'VVHUR L- RWE - V"""f'0""l TI-IOMAS F. LATZER 1lIfl'l'lItIfi0llll1 Friwzflslziji KIOHN C. LUMBA'l"l'IS Rrrrplirnrl The Young Men's Christian Association is an inter-denominational religious organization of University students and faculty members who seek to make the principles of Christian living vital in all phases of campus life, and the group endeavors to instill into its members Christian ideals essen- tial to leadership. Membership in the Y. M.C. A. is voluntary, and every man in the University is eligible for participation in its activities. For sixty years the organization has conducted activities supplying needs and desires of the students, not offered by other agencies. Student committees promote its activities and they aim to develop a varied program to attain the best in individual and community life. Among its many activities conducted on campus are, the annual Vocational Conference Week, All-University Sun- day evening services, promotion of friendly relations with foreign students, the annual Freshman camp, Freshman-Faculty dinners, the All-pledge dinner, and the annual Freshman mixer. Wilsmxn Acton Clement Coldwell Scanunx Layman West Kilulxey McG.luglley Szaudt Milburn Gustafson Rice Lumballis R.1ilsh.ick Case llrallin Metcalf Fisher Hriuun Warsl Reimer Clarke I.iHIe lhrgr' 2 6 5 FLOYD A. SINOLETON 1,n,m,m, BOARD OF DIRECTORS C. RICHARD FULMER ALBERT R. IMLE EDWIN H. MOHILL ROBERT D. ARMSTRONG J. JOSEPH BRANDLIN ROBERT M. DERROUGH FREDERICK J. FALETTI STUDENT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION To promofe the welfare of fbe University of Illinois and particularly fo promofe its welfare in the conmzzmilies from which lbe sfudenls come OFFICERS FLOYD A. SINGLETON . . President LOUIS H. GOEDEL . Treasurer CHARLES R. FREDERICK Advisor CARL STEPHENS . . Advisor GLEYN GOODWINE Advisor ROBERT REITSCH ...... . Advisor FRANCIS T. NIKLEWICZ The Student Alumni Association was organized in 1932 for the purpose of furthering a better understanding between the alumni, the undergraduates, and the prospective students of the Uni- versity in Illinois communities. On the campus the Association has sponsored a series of dances which have helped both to acquaint undergraduates with the work of the Association and also to finance its program. The Homecoming and Army dances in the fall were enjoyed by alumni and students, the Registration dance between semesters was exclusively a student affair, and the Interscholastic party was given in honor of the high school guests who were on the campus for the annual Interscholastic track meet. In its effort to interest superior high school students in the University the Student Alumni Association has helped to acquaint students all over the state with the facilities and the opportunities offered in their own State University. Circulating "The Illini Trail," University sound film, inter- viewing prospective students, giving Illios to several hundred high school libraries, and entertaining high school guests on the campus have been the major accomplishments this year under President Floyd A. Singleton. The Student Alumni Association is represented in all business meetings of the Alumni Associa- tion and shares the general alumni office in the Illinois Union. FULMER IMLIE BRANDLIN NIKLEWICZ MOHILI. GOEBEL DliliROUGl'I Page 266 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION To promote the general welfare of fbe University of Illinois and fo encourage and stimulate ilae inferesif of grarlnafes anrl oflzer former sinrlenfs in lloe Uni- versity aml in each oflaer: ifs purpose shall be Iimifezl fo sucla as are eflucaiional, social or charitable OFFICERS WILFRED C. ROPIEQUET . . . . . President CHARLES A, KILER , , , Inlnrediafe Past President PI-IILIP S. HANNA .... . First Vice-President MRS. ELEANOR BEARDSLEY PILLSBURY . . . Second Vice-President CARL STEPHENS . . General Secretary and Editor of Alumni News ROBERT REITSCI-I . ..... Alumni Secretary GLEYN GOODWINE ...... . . T1'c'dS1l1'l'r WlI.l'liI2D C. ROPIIZQUET Presiflent EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RODNEY BELL MIKS. GUY W. KAIKRAKER ROBERT B- BROWNE CHARLES H. MOTTIEIK HOWARD L. CHENEY GLENN G PAXTON CHARLES L. DANIELS ' KARL J. EKBLAW OTTO E. SEILER The University of Illinois Alumni Association, founded June 15, 1873, is a corporation of grad- uates, former students, and faculty members of the University. The Association's office in the Illinois Union Building is the clearing house for information about alumni. The Illinois Alumni News which is published monthly and circulated to the several thousand Association members keeps them in touch with the University, with the news of their class- mates, and with the activities of class groups and community Illini clubs. Each of the sixty-three classes graduated from the University has a permanent organization with a class secretary who cor- responds with the class members and publishes a monthly class news section in the alumni magazine. More than one hundred thousand graduates and former students are listed in the active alumni index and a mailing list and a biographical file are kept constantly up to date. With the aid of these files, alumni locate their old friends, employers find men and Women to H11 positions, groups are brought together for special events, lost articles are returned to their owners, and the University, the Athletic Association and other campus organizations are enabled to address communications di- rect to the alumni. Membership in the Alumni Association brings together those graduates and former students who have at heart the best interests of the University and it gives them a voice in the control of one of the University's most valuable assets-an association of active and interested alumni. Q' Stephens Rcitscls Goodwinc Scilcr Pillsbury Pnxron Bell Hanna Kiler Ekblnw Cheney Knrrnkcr Daniels Browne Motricr Page 267 AGRICULTURE C O U N I L XX OFFICERS EDWARD J. DUNPHY . . President First Semester CHARLES R. SAYRE . . President Second Semester MEMBERS HALSEY L. MILES ..... Dairy Club WARD L. EDWARDS . . . Dairy Club ERNEST W. RILEY . Field and Furrow Club OSCAR M. BREWER . Agricultural Education Club WILLIAM D. RUSK . Agricultural Engineering Club Horticulture Club . . Hoof and Horn Club . . Hoof and Horn Club . Dairy Tecbnology Society . Dairy Tecbnology Society CHARLES R. SAYRE EDWARD J. DUNPHY HARRY D. MCLAUGHLIN . . Pl'l'XlLlK'IIf, Sefoml Semester Prexizlenl, First Semexler MENZIE W. AMMON G. WAYNE CHURCHILL ROBERT W. PORTEUS NOEL B. SUMMERS . The Agriculture Council Works toward bringing the agricultural students into closer contact with each other and their faculty, and with the field of agriculture. The council is under the direc- tion of the president of the Agricultural Club, and is composed of the semester presidents of the specialized agriculture clubs: Hoof and Horn, Dairy, Field and Furrow, Agricultural Engineering, Horticulture, Agricultural Education, and Dairy Technology Society. Any member of the Agricul- tural Club who holds an office in the National Intercollegiate Agriculture Council is also eligible for membership in this council. Business matters of the specialized clubs, pertaining to the Agricultural Club, of which they are subsidiaries, are brought before the Agriculture Council, which in this manner endeavors to co-ordi- nate the activities of these clubs. The Council arouses interest in the College of Agriculture, by assisting these specialized clubs in improving their meetings, and establishing a program of work that promotes better agricultural methods. It annually sponsors the Freshman-Faculty Mixer, the Little International, the Ag Dance, the All-Agricultural Banquet, the All-Ag Field Day, and the Spring Judging Contest. Q... Q 95 A 'F X 'F 'D A U3 . X Y ,. Q-. A -Il L A J .. A -.ml BH is 'fn D me , 5 f- ' 'U -fi . ,fx Y if A . I as L APL ,A s,' CHURCHILL Rusk RILEY AMMON SUMMERS ILIJWAIKDS FOR'l'liUS BIKEWER MCLAUGI-ILIN MILES Page 268 INDEPENDENT A COU C I SENIOR OFFICERS C. WILLIAM HONEYWELL . Pfcfirfwii REXFORD A. NEWCOMB, JR. Vice-President WOODROW F. BOEKE . . Secretary HARRY VOSHALL .... Trca.v1m'r SENIOR COUNCILMEN JAMES D. BENNER PAUL J. KAMINSKY KENNETH N. BOLEY HERBERT H. OTTEN JUNIOR OFFICERS C. RICHARD FULMER MIKE A. LONGO . LOUIS G. LANDENBERGER EDWARD J. ALLISON DONALD F. ANDERSON EDGAR E. BARTON J. HAROLD BELL JAMES E. BICKERTON WALTER H. BIGGER SAMUEL M. BIRDZELL ROBERT H. BRUNSMAN JOHN W. CAREY RAYMOND M. CAREY GEORGE R. CHRISTIANI BERNARD C. CRAIN WAYNE D. CRONE WILLIAM J. CUNNINGHAM FORREST L. DANIELSON llIzxIfORD A. NIEWCLOMB, JR. President Vive-Prcsirlwlt . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR COUNCILMEN JAMES L. DENNIS DON WILLIAM DIXON FRED ELLIOT MORRELL P. FRAZIER DAVID S. FRIEDLANDER FRANCIS W. GRAHAM GERALD GUSEKING KENNETH L. GUSTAFSON ALEXANDEIK L. HAGLUND MERRILL HASMER GERALD W. HEATH GEORGE I. HILLIARD CHARLES B. HOFFMAN EDWIN R. HODGES HERSHEL R. HUBBS GERALD T. HUDSON TI-IORSTEN W. JOHNSON SEYMOUR LASKY IRVIN S. LIPPE KENNETH D. MCCAIN JOHN J. MCGEOUGH BERNARD P. MCSHERRY MERRITT E. MATHERS HOMER E. MONTGOMERY LYMAN M. MOORE MILO C. MORGAN WESLEY E. MINER THOMAS A. MURPHY ARTHUR R. NASH C. WILLIAM HONEYWELL Prexidmt LELAND D. PERRY ADRIAN E. PHEGLEY RICHARD K. REDFERN JOHN R. REYNOLDS HENRY C. ROSSMAN WILLIAM E. RUSSELL JOHN J. SGHERER EVERETTE E. SENTMAN KENNETH R. SPEER STEPHEN A. UCHEREK GEORGE M. WILSON ERNEST V. WININGS KENNETH K. WRIGHT Dixon Hudson Russell R. Cmrcy Heath Pheglcy Hnglund Crain Cunningham Friedlandcr Murphy Russman Landenberger johnson Morgan Hodges Scherer Frazier Brunsman Graham Bocke Buley Fulmer Honeywell Voshall Otten Montgomery Page 26 9 I. rr 5 If fr XY! Q '19 ix A1 LIERMAN SNYDER MARSTELLER GILL OZMENT TRIEBEL O'CoNNELL RIEGEL TIDIZMAN D A D ' S D A Y GENERAL CHAIRMEN LOWELL V. OZMENT ..... . . Chairman RUTH E. RIEGEL . . . . . . . Wo men 's Chairman COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Executive Reports Programs Aeeommozfatious WILLIAM J. LIERMAN GEORGE A. O,CONNELL WILLIAM A. MARSTELLEIK ALEXANDER L. HAOLUND Reception Publieiiy Regixfrafion and Iuformafion Tags SELIM N. TIDEMAN ALBERT TRIEEEL, JR. CARROLL E. SNYDER JOHN S. GILL I-IOIVIECCMING FRENCH L. FRAKER GENERAL CHAIRMEN - ....... . Co-Chairman REXEORD A. NEWCOMI3, JR. . Co-Chairman ISABEL H. DANLEY ....... Womeifs Claairman COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Aeeommozfations Reunion Reports Publicity NADINE E. CHENEY HOWARD E. SEARS ' HELEN J. KIRK RUTH J. KUHN CARROLL E. SNYDER GENEVA G. WALKER Badges SELIM N. TIDEMAN Awards ana' Decorations Stunt Show MARY J. COURTRIGHT Registration and Information PHILIP E. GORE JAMES L. ALLEN Prorluefiozz S. LLOYD NEMEYER MARGARET I. MADDEN HARRIET V. BRADBURY MARY E. MATHIAS ARLYNE L. REEVES A il .l , . 1 I .- . L t '- we A I I l Cheney Snyder lfrnkcr Walker Allen Bradbury Gore Reeves Scars Courrright Kirk Kuhn Page 270 DANCE SUPERVISION C O M M I T T E E MEMBERS LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR. . . . Cblliflllllll VIRGINIA M. HILL SAMUEL H. LAW THEODORE HOFIFMAN FLOYD A. SINGLETON The Dance Supervision Committee is organized by the Student Senate for the purpose of administra- , 1 Louis lu. BLCKMAN, Jn. tion of University dances. Its membership consists cbfffrmfm of five undergraduate students, four seniors and one junior man. Three of these seniors and the junior are selected every fall by the Student Senate. The fifth member of the committee is the junior member of the previous year. The members are responsible to the Senate Committee on Student Affairs. They approve of the time and place of dances, before the representatives of these dances present their requests to the Student Affairs Committee. They supervise the distribution of invitation and complimentary tickets at all dances, and also present a written report to the Senate Committee concerning the progress of all dances at least two weeks before the date of the dance. One member of the Dance Supervision Committee is a member also of a Senate sub-committee for the awarding of contracts for all dances. Though the committee was originally organized that it might serve in an advisory capacity for the class dances, its scope was gradually widened to include all major University dances. At present the committee also manages ticket sales, helps in the preparation of budgets, and in other ways endeavors to insure the success of all the University social affairs. A great deal of the success of the dances during the past year may be credited to Louis E. Beckman and Floyd A. Singleton, the chairmen during the first and second semesters. The commit- tee has materially aided in the achievements of the various dance committees in presenting to the Illini a group of dances unprecedented in attendance, entertainment, and music. 'E' , -'P -var SINGLETON I-IILL LAW HOFFMAN Page 271 W jones Kipp Reid Tohias Hudson Smith Anderson Gilbert Wilson Lowry Johnson lialkcnsrcin Schultze Goldsworthy Bates Marriott Rice Primm Anderson Van Sickle Burt Williams McMahon Witt Richmond Burns Hodgson Littcll Hatch Miller SLEY FOUNDATION A Church Center for the Religious aml Social Activities of Methodist Students STAFF PAUL BURT ...... Director STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS LILLIAN L. RICHMOND ....... . Presirlent WILLIAM J. BURNS . Vice-President HELEN B. HODGSON . . Secretary WILLIAM J. LITTELL . . . Treasurer EDWARD O. WITT Financial Secretary KINLEY FOUNDATION A Center Provided by Presbyterians for Stua'ent Social aurl Religious Activities ou the Cam pus STAFF J. WALTER MALDNE, JR. . . . . Director ROY M. SMITH . Associate Director .IENNIS BARRY . . Counselor MADGE S. SANMANN . . . 4 . . Counselor STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS FERNE M. FETTERS . President WALTER L. SMITH Vice-President CHARLES W. RAMSEY . . Secretary ELEANOR B. GODDARD Treasurer Malone Garrigus I-lclandcr Sanders R. Smith Parker Palmer Corley Barry Peirce Hester Strcid Ramp Spickcrman Rucker Goddard W. Smith licttcrs Ramsey Chapin Kinsella Sanmann Bndman Page 272 Cloud Chapin Stumbaugli Conner M. Rucker Baughman Widget Miller Kinsclln Loucks Bucalctt I-locrr Rigge Dillavou Thicr Bagley Read Grove Davis Fcttcrs Fitch H. Holcomb D. Holcomb Perry L. Rucker Quillin Willoilghby Myers PRESBYTERIAN J LL Founded, University of Illinois, 1911 805 South Fifth Street MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I I Seniors D. JUNE BAUGHMAN ISABELLE J. KINSELLA KATHRYN E. MILLER H. SHIRLEY STUMBAUGH FERNE M. FETTERS juniors Q MARGARET M. CHAPIN -GERALDINE F. CLOUD MARY E. RUCKER JEAN I. WIDGER S0lIlJ01Il0f6'.Y MARTHA J. BUCALETT KATI-IRYN G. DAVIS ELIZABETH LOUCKS LOIS T. RIGGE MAIKIAN L. CONNER Freshmen MARCIA L. BAGLEY C. HARRIETT HOLCOMI3 GENEVIEVE F. PERRY M. LOUISE RUCKER JULIA P. DILLAVOU DOROTHY M. HOLCOM13 KATHERINE L. QUILLIN D. ROGIZNE THIER MARTHA FITCH FLORA L. HOERR BEATRICE M. READ FRANCES V. NWILLOUGHBY NE MAN HALL FRANCES R. GROVE OFFICERS SAMUEL X. ABARBANEL . . . Presidvuf SALVATORE SANTOR0 . . Vive-Prcxizlcfif DAVID A. BOOKSHESTER ....... Secrvfary-Trcaszzrw SAMUEL X. AIIARIIANEL LLOYD DIMOND DONALD L. HIEINTZMAN HIZIMAN G. LHSIIERMAN RICHARD K. REDPERN NORMAN F. STOLZE GALE B. AYDELOTTE WILLIAM J. DOYLE CHARLES J. HINGER J. BENJAMIN LIHBISRMAN ROBERT L. REDEERN ROIIERT W. SURPLICE WILLIAM D. BERTA SAMUEL M. BIRDZELL RALPH J. BJORSETH DAVID A. BOOKSHESTER JAMES F. BROPHY JOHN V. BURKE GRANT L. CLARKE ALVIN J. CLAVIN HAROLD COHEN E. CLAUDE COOKE FRANCIS J. DUEEY ROBERT EDWARDS, JR. JULIUS EPSTEIN WILLIAM R. FANNIN GEORGE R. FLOSI C. JOSEPH FOLEY HARvEY W. GEIST FRANK A. GI-IISELLI FIaLIx B. GIOVANELLI A. MORTON GOLDEERG ELEFTHERIOS COTSIRILOS EDWARD F. HAUNGS JOHN B. CRAWFORD EDWARD J. HAUSER ALLEN C. 1-IREJSA FRANCIS J. HREJSA THOMAS J. IMBS JAMES J. JELINEK WILEY T. JONES, JR. ROBERT H. KILBERT PRESTON W. KIMDALL ROBERT C. KOLAR DWIGHT W. LANGHAM STEPHEN LEVITAS MARCUS W. LEvY FRANKLIN LEWIS JOI-IN H. LOGLI HOWARD A. LOWY THOMAS P. LYNCH SANTO L. MARINO WALTIIR J. MATEl.I.A ALFONSO MONTERO ARTHUR F. ORDAS CHARLES L. PAPAGIANE EDWIN C. PLOETZ PERRY H. PLUMMER JOHN C. RALEIGH THOMAS RATAY MIZIKI. W. RICHMAN SALVATORE SANTORO LEONARD M. SCIIODER KENNETI-I C. SCIIRAUT CARL M. SCHULTZ DAVID G. SCIIWAGER JOSEPII A. SHULMISTRAS ANTON R. SIMKUS CHARLES D. SMILJANIC RUSSELL M. SMITII KURT SPRENGLING EDMUND L. SZAELOWSKI FRANK L. THIRION T. WII.I.1AM THORSON MARTIN A. TRIENKLE ROIIERT A. TRENKLE LEO J. TRZYNA STIZPHEN A. UCI-IEREK ARNOLD O. UNIIE WILLIAM P. VLACH WILLIAM T. VOGT GEORGE A. Wli'I'ZEI. JULIAN P. WILAMOSKI W. MA'I"l'llEW STEFANICH I'IUGO G. WINKLER Page 273 ,la Wy, X, .A , ,U . . .l Weeks Align.. veL1ea'r' I'1n,11e L' flu If ff! 2 '- U E5 iif M? 2 Lat R ff RAM if Q "4 RICHARD H, HADLEY J. WESLEY SWANSON -Iosnvri W. ScoT'r Technical Director General Director Chairman ILLINI THEATRE GUILD MEMBERS Josavu W. SCOTT ..... Representative, Mask aml Bauble ROBERT F. CI-IRISTENSEN . . . . . Representative, Pierrots MiLnuRN E. CAREY . . . . . . . Represer1tative,Arepo GEORGE P. TUTTLE .... . Representative, Players Club ARNER R. KNIGHT .... Representative, University of Ill. HAROLD N. HILLEBRAND . . Representative, University of Ill. HAIKIKIET V. BRADBURY . . . Representative, W0man's League RUTH A. LYDDON .... . . RC'fH'C'.YL'7lfllfl1!L', Y. W. A. SCQTT LYDDON TUTTLE CHRISTIZNSEN CAREY HILLEBRAND KNIGHT The Illini Theatre Guild came into existence in 1924 for the purpose of supervising and controll- ing all dramatic performances by undergraduate dramatic societies of the University of Illinois. It aims to coordinate such dramatic activity and to promote its general Welfare on the campus. The members of the Guild are Mask and Bauble, Pierrots, and Arepo. The Faculty Players Club is a patron member, and the Woman's League and Y. W. C. A. are associate members. The Guild productions this year con- sisted of six productions by members and three productions by its patron members. The Theatre Guild is governed by a Board of Directors made up of representatives from the five member organizations and two faculty members chosen each year by the Committee on Student Affairs. Recently the Guild has made possible the purchase of season books. These books contain six coupons, each good in ex- change for a reserved seat at any major Guild performance. The Theatre Guild serves a definite cultural purpose on the campus. Since its formation, the Guild has endeavored to attempt more and more difficult productions in theatrical art. The Lincoln Hall Theatre was constructed in 1930 and increased the incentive to develop more complete dramatic pro- ductions. It stands today as the most modern structure of its type in any university. The campus is fortunate in having such an organization to stimulate the culture of the student body, and it deserves its fullest support. Page 276 .1 '., SARAH A. PATTERSON Wfomarfx Manager UNIVERSITY CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT BOARD Jackson Parqucnc Rcinebcrg Perkins Little Morse Weiss Wanderer Haglund Price Soukup Fowler Aitken Porter Langley Rabc Bcynon Smith Cadle Nicall Qchmkc Hodgson McCrOskcy Fisher Patton Patclski Adams Agnew Mcharry Fallon Wynes Stlvcn Aucr Mullikcn Patterson Morey Preslcr Clark Liulc Shawl Soplaomores CAROLYN J. AGNEW CLARENCE S. AITKEN RUTH I. BEYNON M. JANE CADLE GLORIA CRAWFORD JEANNE M. FALLON BETH L. FOWLER ALEXANDER L. HAGLUND JOHN R. HAMILTON GEORGE L. CLARK, PH.D. GENEVIIEVE E. AUER Page 277 F. ARLENE HODGSON HELEN E. JACKSON CATHERINE A. KENDALL GEORGE E. LANGE .JOHN H. LANGLEY RICHARD R. LITTLE JOHN F. MEHARRY CHRISTINE M. MORSE MARY E. NICOLL C. MCDONALD OEHMKE PHILIP F. ORTMAN ARTHUR A. PARQUETTE LANGSON C. PERKINS LON V. PORTER BETTY PRICE CHARLES L. RARE HAROLD B. REED BOARD OF ADVISORS Faculty Members LLOYD MOREY, RAY I. SHAWL, M.S. A.B., B.MUs., C.P.A. Student Members ROBERT B. LITTLE GRACE G. PRESLER WALI.ACE M. MULLIKEN Senior Manager MANAGERS Seniors WAI,LACE M. MULLIKEN SARAH A. PATTERSON juniors EDWIN M. ADAMS MILDRED A. FISHER RAYMOND P. MCCROSKEY LOUISE M. PATELSKI DAVID H. PATTON CARLYN P. REINEBERG MARGERY SMITH DOROTHY E. SOUKUP MARGARET L. TWYMAN GEORGE H. WALTER MARGARET M. WANDERER MARY J. WEIIERG MORRIS L. WEISS FREDERIC B. STIVEN, B.MUS., A.A.G.O. ROBERT A. WYNES v- 5 6 I PIAROLD W. DODD MILDURN E. CAREY KATHRYN J. SUTHERLIN Prexiflcuf Rcprcxerflrrliuc Dircdor FACULTY AND HONORARY MEMBERS ARTHUR E. COHEN JULIUS B. COHEN SOL B. COHEN LANSON F. DEMMING BRUCE R. FOOTE RICI-IAIKD H. HAIJLEY RUSSELL H. MILES EGBERT E. NEAIKPASS FREDERIC B. STIVEN KATPIIKYN J. SUTIYIERLIN ELIZABETH A. BILSBORIKOW MILBUIKN E. CAREY NATPIANIEI. H. COI-IEN LA VON D. COOLMAN ANITA M. CRITES HAROLIJ W. DODD WILSON L. DORNAUS H. BI.ONDIaI.LE ELDRIDGE VVALTER H. DRAPEIK CATHERINE D. LIAUBERG AR EPC Opera and Ligbt O pcm Senrman Dodd Glass Newcomb Hennecke Sriven Carey Eldridge Carter Draper Spencer Gooding Miller Leonard Bilsborrnw Lcmcn McMillan Griffin Durnaus Cullen Mnunce Haubcrg Rcisner Nielsen Stuart Crires Cnolmaln Glnyd Rosen H:IrInI:m MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors EDWARD GLASS NEVA P. GLOYD EVELYN M. GOODING GWEN G. GliIF1"IN MELVILLE D. HAIKTMAN ROBERT C. HIEIKONYMUS CHARLES F. JOST CHARLES F. HENNEORE ORIAN G. LEMEN HESTER E. MCMILLEN GEORGE H. MILLER, THELMA F. MOUNCE REXFORD NEWEOMB, LILLIAN W. NIELSEN MARY L. REISNER Iuniors RICHARD S. LEONARD Sojfbomorc MARY J. CARTER JR. JR. ISABELLE S. ROSEN JOSEPH W. SCOTT CHARLES M. SELDOMRIDGE WILLARD E. SKIDMORE JAMES R. SKIDMORE EDITH L. SPENCER NELLIE M. STUART EVERETT E. SENTMAN Page 27 8 JOSEPH W. SCOTT JOSEPH A. NIXKSAK HOWARD W, WUMSON Guild Rvprcsc11h1lirv Prv.riIlc11l, First Semcsfcr Prcxident, Sc-wud Scmvrlcr UB LE OFFICERS JOSEPH W. SCOTT . . . . Guild Rzfjzrvsmfative JOSEPH A. MIRSAK . . . Prrsidcnl, First Sc'1m'sfcr HOXVAIRD W. WILSON . . Prvsidwif, Svroml Scmeslcr MASK AND BA FACULTY RlCI'IARD H. HADLEY, B. S. ROIIERT G. HENDEIKSON, A.M. I SEVERINA E. NEI.SON, A.M. J. WESLEY SWANSON, A.M. , I ww, , iv GRADUATE STUDENTS Pulligrcw Glass Cohen Swanson Dnvics 17uSscIIv.IuII Scot: Autvn Ackcr XVHSDII Miksak ROBEIX1' F. CI,IliISTENSEN Robertson llrzingcr Stuart Gray lilfslrnnd Van Truss Skinner Bradford Sxnilll Wccrs Hank Focrscurling Reese Lnkc Davis Gooding Carson Fisher Shaw SETH A' FESSENDEN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors HOWARD G. ACKER MARIAN L. BRADFORD DOROTHY J. CARSON FLOYD D. CERF NATHANIEL H. COHEN PHILIP S. AUTEN ELEANOR V. ERZINCER MILDRED A. FISHER VIRGINIA G. FOERSTERLING Page 279 DAVID W. DAVIES ELINOR T. DAVIS FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND EVELYN M. GOODING PI-IYLLIS E. GRAY EDWARD GLASS LOUISE A. GOEF JULIA M. LAKE MARGARET J. REESE MAIKJORIE E. HAAK H. JANE HARRISON CAROLYN KIMBALL JOSEPH A. MIRSAK DAVID L. PETTIGREW Juniors EUGENE C. ROBERTSON HELEN SI-IAXV MARY W. SKINNER JOSEPH W. SCOTT KATHEIXINE L. STIEGEMEYER NELLIE M. STUART FRANCES J. VAN TRESS KIRKER SMITH CARL A. WEERS HOWARD W. WILSON A , "Beyond the Horizon," a play by Eugene O'Neill, was presented on April 13 and 14, 1934 on the stage of the Lincoln Hall Theater. The play, under the direction of Wesley Swanson, was a fascinating one from the opening scene on the hilltop until the final curtain, and held the audience in its spell for an entire three hours. Preston Tuttle as Robert Mayo, the youth with seagoing instincts who was tied down to the farm, and Joseph Miksak as Amlrew Mayo, the brother who tried desperately to under- stand, gave excellent characterizations of their difhcult rolesg jane Rose Whitley was fine as the cranky invalid mother-in-law, and Ruth Martin was at her best in cn- acting Rufio Atkins' hopeless air of defeat in the last act. The interior and exterior sets of the New England farm were especially fine. In fact, a genuine oak tree was actually used to depict the reality of an outdoor scene. The play is not a light one and depends a great deal upon good acting and expert stage technique for its successful in- terpretation. We cannot say that this play was lacking either, for both of these attributes were capably handled. BEYOND THE HCJRIZCN 0 The Lincoln Hall Theatre, on May 4-S, 1934, housed the Arcpo production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "Mikado," This show was directed by Kathryn Janie Sutherlin and conducted by Russell Miles. Patrons saw the campus encore record broken when George Miller, as Koko, was brought back six times to sing "The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring." This was not thc only high spot in the production. Nat Cohen, as the Mikado, sang his songs with such clever ges- tures that he, too, was obliged to do many encores. The production was more than enthusiastically received, not only for the clcvcr make-up of the show, but for the spontaneous way in which it was played. 'I' E IK D Page 2 8 1 . . 2, fr if W' a ' wif-9949: fi :awe as i ' J "You Never Can Tell," George Bernard Shaw's im- mortal satire, was warmly received by the attendants at its four performances on May 11, 12, 18, and 19, 1934. The show, a presentation of Mask and Bauble, was under the capable direction of Wesley Swanson. The plot of the play is concerned with two children who discover their long lost but none too pleasant father. The cast was a notable one and every character was professionally interpreted. Mary Cover and Olin Browder played the roles of the very modern and merry Clcmdon twins, and Robert Barrick appeared in the role of the lovelorn dentist, Mr. Valentine. Marian Bradford had the part of the socially reforming mother, Mrs. Lanfrcy Clan- don, and Catherine Palandech, her very proper daughter. Preston Tuttle was cast as the gentle waiter who cooled the heated scenes between Mr. Fergus Crampfo11, the for- saken father, played by Philip Auten, and his impossible family. The roles of the two pompous comedians, Mr. Walter Bolau-11 and Mr. Finch McComas, were cleverly played by George Miller and Everette Harris. YOU NEVER CAN TELL Page' 2 K 2 .1--A. .. Mask and Bauble's presentation of Romney Brent's "The Mad Hopes," presented in the Lincoln Hall Theater on November 2, 8, and 9, was, judging by the crowds and applause, a decided hit. Both the director, Wesley Swanson, and the cast gave this line comedy an interpretation which anything but sug- gested an amateur production. First acting honors of the play must go to Marian Bradford for her very fine Clylcmwslra Hope. Her frills and squeaks and gushings were in- deed great fun and kept the audience in a continual uproar. George Miller and Julia Lake also displayed considerable ability in their roles of Maurirc' Klein and Lady Irzglcby. Mary Cover and Robert Barrick handled their juvenile roles in a characteristic roman- tic manner. 1 ,q V H1 ,ku L' , 5 il Y A QS 'ia ,in A .i 'f , lima '23-.3 .9 -,L - -V1 i Q ABQ., N v. ' 1 1 is , W ,V gtk M ., at - 1 , M. ,L msahrm.-H i.w..asv Pagr 2 83 ,, gzivt' The second grand opera of Arepo's career, "Tales of I'-Ioi'lfman," was greeted on December 14 and 15 with un- usual success. Director Kathryn Janie Sutherlin and Con- ductor Lanson Demming are to be congratulated for bring- ing this difficult production to this campus. The finest singing of the opera was done by Nellie Stuart, as Anfoniu, and La Von Coolman, as .I-loyffrmm, while the best acting was performed in the novelty roles of Edward Glass and Helen Burt. Miss Burt's execution of the mechanical doll was truly remarkable. Wilson Dornaus as Miracle, Lillian Nielsen as Guilietfa, Blondelle Eldridge as Niz'k,lm1s.ve, Charles Seldomridge as Crcsjml, Charles Cooper as Dupjzvrfzzffo, George Miller as Sjzalanzrmi, and Melville Hartman as C!lL'lJi'I1ilIll interpreted their roles in a polished and professional manner. The settings, COStLlI'nCS, and lighting, handled by tech- nical director, Richard Hadley, were particularly effective. The subtle handling of gauze curtains and colored lights considerably enhanced the beauty of the sets. TA ES OF HOFFMA Page 2 R4 " 'MLS The Union Minstrel Show of 1935, presented in the Lincoln Hall Theatre, met a pleasantly receptive formal audience on its opening night of January 4. Hall Layman as Rzwelafioll, and Zeke Seamans as Genesis returned again this year as end men. They were accompanied in their antics by Joe Miksak as Sir Lamlslidc and Harry Jackson as Sir Gaflabonf. The High Yellow Rhythm of the Chi Omega dancing chorus, the fast Topsy and Eva steps of Virginia Swann and Muriel Gates, the collegiate skit by Ann Noel and Marsh Miller, blended together to make the blackfacc production successful. The high lights of the evening were the pantomime skits of Lawrence "Huck" Wells. These interludes were uproariously received by the audience and many encores were in order. ffl: , li H i 1 A 5. it- 1 its , ' Pllgi' 285 i t., K Fwlw l l' Zuma 'mf i. ,-when 'fm ' The mystery play, "NWhistling in the Dark," presented by Mask and Bauble on March 1 and 2 in the Lincoln Hall Theatre, was one of the year's outstanding successes. The play is about a meek and mild author who writes big and bad stories for crime magazines. He falls in with a gang of men who force him to plan a murder to be carried out on a nationally famous criminologist. Under the threat of death the young author plans a most horrible and ghastly murder, but in the end, through a fantastic radio hook up, he warns the victim-to-be, and makes possible the capture of the gang. Joseph Scott, who played che part of the mild author who entanglcs himself with the gang, should be praised for a very notable piece of acting. Another outstanding characterization was given by Joseph Miksak in his por- trayal of Herman Lcfffwwifz, the gangster drugstore operator. Wesley Swanson directed the production, and the technical details were handled by Richard Hadley. i . lffi. W fF"w ':fT'f-. 2' -wt"-'v rd t- A 'mi If . V + i , . ,. -. ZW f wi alll 'fi fi' Ha 51 lff ' if ff, PM 'wi r , Q i gg fl fa, .gf ' ' 'im-wi ip Am 'IJ 'Q' l 'ff MQ if l M W' 'fi .P A 19 if X0 N Y!! lib sifxfil li um 5 ' tp' af' U, ,H H 'b if gk - . 'V il ,pw , fr ', MW mai -fs.. M 3 Y A- - it 5' 'n 21, ' r wa nga' lisevzif se rvP.l':er,':i4uf1:'-i wb ,.,. Yu 42-Tilnffid min 3"-a li' mms l. sign JE -'af--Y 'l . , 'r 1 Page 2 S 6 This year was certainly no exception to the fine record the Star Course has made for itself. The campus was ex- tremely fortunate in having presented to it world famous artists who are now in the pzak of their art. Richard Crooks, popular leading tenor of the Metro- politan Opera Company, opened the season on October 30. Father Bernard Hubbard, the famous Alaskan explorer, followed with an interesting illustrated lecture on Novem- ber 26. The Star Course was very fortunate in having on December 12 the Monte Carlo Ballet Russe, the famous Russian ballet which played to packed houses in both New York and Chicago. On February 19, the St. Louis Sym- phony Orchestra returned for its fourth successive triumph. They were followed on March 6 and 9 by the Old Globe Theatre Players, a special attraction presented in conjunc- tion with the Illini Theatre Guild. The Cincinnati Sym- phony Orchestra closed the series. Page 2 87 Sfrains of: mf-Nsic clancg 'S onlq EOUF1 'che now ,- f I . ,X 1 'L 9' 'sg Y' :vi Fi ,I ,f jf f , x 'Q X is XV S O C I E T Y 1lI'l 'I I ' l Chibucos Faber Wyncs Frakcr Hilcs Goodman Youngrcn Lawson Scars Butchers Payne Singleton Eckert Boekc Graham Miksak Mclntyrc Newcomb Bromley Wicsc Meier Skorcz Cody Sindclar Roch Recd Anderson Voshall Rutclonis Eh . ' COMMITTEE GliNEVIEVE S. ANDERSON CHRIS W. Cuusucos WOODROW F. BOEKE ROBERT B. BORCI-IERS TRENE V. BROMLEY VlNCEN'l' J. VAN METEII Pravirlvlfl, Srcoml Scmesler GUY D. REED . VIRGINIA E. RECH General Chairman Womerfx Chairman FRENCH L. FRAKER MAx W. GOODMAN KATI-IRYN M. GRAHAM F. Ross HILES ALEXANDER E. LAWSON MARY C. CODY VERNON M. ECKERT ROBERT L. FABER Dancing to the soft rhythmic dance music of Anson Weeks and sur- sounded by unique and colorful decorationsgthe Senior Glass of Nine- teen Hundred Thirty-four danced away its final social function. The evening of June 4th was unusually warm and many of the one thou- sand couples who attended the dance occasionally sought refuge in the cooling breeze outside. But even the heat of the evening could not have impaired che suc- cess of this most popular of social events. The decorations were cen- tered about the orchestra platform which was in the form of a huge shell standing twenty-Hve feet high. Paper drapes of red, White, blue, and green were focused about the shell, and soft liquid lights of varied hues played about to enhance the beauty of the decorations. The sum- mer formal attire Of the dancers was in perfect harmony with the deco- rations, and the bright and varied colors lent to the whole floor an atmos- phere of color and gaiety. The programs, covered with a light metal of platinum finish, upon which a silhouette of the law building was etched, were quite new and original. -1 41 Page 290 The Senior Ball, the climax of all University social func- tions, is held immediately following Hnal examinations of the second semester. The freedom from studies combined with the pleasant spring atmosphere makes this event a truly en- joyable one. GuY D. REED Chairman COMMITTEE ROBERT J. SINDELAR . . . . Co-Chairman HARRY VOSHALL . . . . . Co - Claairmufz MARY A. MCINTYRE ELMO B. PAYNE JAMES C. SKORCZ GRACE MEIEIK JOSEPHINE M. RUTELONIS ROBERT G. WIESE JOSEPH A. MIRSAK HOWARD E. SEARS ROBERT A. WYNES REXFORD NEWCOMB, JR. FLOYD A. SINGLETON WARREN G. YOUNGREN An impressive grand march, which was limited to the dignitaries of the class, was led by Howard C. Blue and Irmanell Murdock. After the grand march, Ercilia Kiler, who had been elected by the dancers, was introduced and crowned Queen of the Ball. Anson Weeks in his first appearance on this campus made a decided hit. His fine rhythm and versatility kept the dancers in constant delight and added greatly to the color of the occasion. The orchestra was seated in tiers, one above the other, and from here they were easily able to reflect their charming personalities to the entire group of dancers. Indeed they made an excellent picture seated thus with their White formal jackets and surrounded by a background of blended colors. The last social function of the Senior Class of 1934 proved to be a dance of distinction and Originality. It will not soon be forgotten by those who attended. HARIXY VOSHALL Co-Cbnirnmn ROBERT J. SINDELAR Co-Cbairman 5- Pagc 291 Benner Duffner Vaningcr Jackson Adams Russman Prillnmnn Goldberg Citron Snonk Moliill Gartner Grossman Gncdc Ililgcr Barrels M.IrslI.IlI Gill Barker McGladc Frank Magan Borcliardt x I:I.OIKINE E. l,li'I'Rl Prom Qll!'l'll JOSlil'I'I M. GAll'l'Nl5ll l'r'z'ximlz'11l, First Svrllcsler I 5 dx JOHN S. GILL COMMITTEE . . . . . . Chairman HENRY C. ROSSMAN AUDREY SALINS ALBERT M. SNOOK MILDRED C. SPIESMAN MAIKY J. MAGAN SARAH T. MAIKSHALI, W. RICHARI: GROSSMAN R. HARRY JAcRsON HELEN J. KIRK RUTI-I R. KOCH JOHN D. LA MARR CHARLOTTE A. MCGLADE JAY R. PRILLAMAN EDWARD H. MOPIILL ROBERT C. NELSON RICHARD S. VANINGER Cheery Christmas Spirit was in the air on the night of December 20th, when the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-six celebrated its well known social function-The Junior Prom. It was the night before Christmas vacation and the students were in cheery spirits as they made their way over the crisp, snow-covered ground to the New Gym, the scene of this bright affair. Inside, the Christmas Spirit seemed even more pronounced. Green and white streamers were hung above the happy dancers and soft red and green lights dimly lit the floor. Jan Garber, "The Idol of the Airlanes," sent forth his soft, syncopated tunes from a platform at the south end of the large floor. Behind the musicians a revolving Christmas tree on a snow white base was silhouetted against a white screen, upon which there was a painting of a reindeer team pulling a sleigh with the traditional, jolly, fat Santa Claus. The Christmas Spirit was carried throughout the entire decorations in expert fashion. In fact the New Gym has seldom been decked in such a fine array of effective colors and lights. Long, graceful formal gowns of many colors blended harmoniously with the spirit of the decorations and the pronounced black and white of the men's formal dress offered a perfect contrast to the gay color of the gowns. The merry Spirit of Christmas seemed to fill the air and sweep the entire one thousand couples who attended. F Q Page 2 9 2 1- The Junior Prom, one of the social highlights of the year, is long anticipated by the members of the Junior Class. m They don their formal attire and hasten to join in the festive spirit of the occasion which is enhanced by the approach of X the Christmas holidays. JOIIN S. GILI. Ciflllffllltlll COMMITTEE JOSEPI-I M. GARTNIZR . . . . . . Pl'l'Silll'1If EDWIN M. ADAMS JAMES D. BENNIE!! JULIA V. DANIIEI. TI-IOMAS C. GA'I'uI.Y W. BLAINI5 ADAMS EI.OIsI5 J. BILGER ,JOHN T. DUFIfN11R I-IIQLEN W. GOl'1IJIE MAIKGAlK1i'F J. BARKER DOROTHY J. BORCHARDT MIRIAM L. FAST XVILLIAM GoLDI3I5RG CHARLOTTI2 A. BARTIELS DAVID CITRON MARION FRANK PHILIP E. GORE Jan Garber again scored an unusual hit with the smooth style of his sophisticated rhythm. The voice of Lee Bennett, popular crooner, added distinction to the music and warmed the hearts of femi- nine admirers. Both Lee and "Genial Jan" were kept quite busy autographing dance programs for their many admirers. The balcony was crowded with spectators who had come to hear the music of this well known band and to share in the color of the occasion. The climax of the evening came with the crowning of the Prom Queen, selected from five can- didates and elected by ballot cast at the door by those who attended. This followed an impressive grand march led by Joseph Gartner, president of the Junior Class, and John S. Gill, chairman of the Prom Committee, and their partners. The procession ended before the throne of the Queen, and it was here that the formal announcement was made, and Florine Petri, Alpha Omicron Pi, was desig- nated to step forth and be crowned Queen of the-Prom. Dignitaries led her to her place on the throne amid the court of honor and there placed the crown upon her head. Thus, as she sat upon the throne, the crown on her head, and the scepter in her hand, photographers' lights flashed upon her and the crowd gathered closer. She was indeed a picture of beauty in all her regal adornments. Friends crowded in to offer congratulations while others returned to the dancing. The dancers stayed until early morning, for they seemed never to tire of these delightful surroundings and the sweet tunes of Jan Garber. Then they trod back home, weary of feet but happy in the spirit of Christmas. i- Pflgl' 29, Walling De Wolfe Prcslcr Muns Gingcry Kavanagh Howell Reinhardt M. Smith Youngren B. Smith Trappc Flanagan Wolfram Turner Elfsrransl Mercer COMMITTEE RICHAIKD D. TURNER Cbuirumzl R. LAWRENCE BALL Prcsirlcuf, First Semester RICHARD D. TURNER . . . . MAIKY A. ARNOLD BARTON A. CUMMINGS JoHN C. DE WOLI"E, JR. MAURICE EASTIN FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND LAXVSON H. FLANAGAN FILLMORE W. GAI,ATY JANE N. GINGERY KATHERINE L. HOWELL CLARENCE H. KAVANACH C. KENT LEEPER FRANK R. MERCER PHYLLIS E. MONK FRANCIS H. MUNS GIKACE G. PRESLER ROBERT C. REINHAIKDT . . Chairman BETTY J. SMITH MARY C. SMITH CLARENCE E. SODERSTROM HELEN STANTON SIDNEY T. TRAPPE MARIE L. WALLING ANNETTE M. WOLERAM WARREN G. YOUNCREN The Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-five celebrated its last informal social function by heartily approving the committee's choice of Noble Sissle and his orchestra. This great negro artist with his versa- tility of style met with the favor of the dancers as he presented a contrast in music--slow dreamy waltzes, perfectly played, and then fast-moving tempos, greatly enhanced by his dominating personality. With the sev- enteen piece band came two entertainers who provided an unexpected bit of humor and harmony. The audience's approval of these entertainers, as shown by its demands for encores, indicated that they were the best seen at any University dance for many years. An air of simplicity and extreme informality prevailed all through the evening. The overhanging lights playing on a cut-out of a dancing couple in back of the grandstand gave a novel and striking effect, and the programs in black and white, although simple, were very attractive. At the close of the evening, Noble Sissle played a long medley of soft, melodious songs which were a quiet but very fitting and popular climax to the evening. 1 I i Page 294 rg McCormick Weiss Hicks Triebel Puru: Brown Rosenthal Wilson Steele Burdsall Whyte Rourke Tidcman Lundgrcn O Cunncll Kelly Brewster Klingcl Kncscr Butler Martin Nicoll Brand: Simpson Cngdnl Solon Brubaker Seaman McKinlay linker SOPHOMORE TCOTILLION COMMITTEE ALLEN E. BRUBAKER . . . MAIXGAIKET E. BAKER MARY F. BRANDT DERRICK L. BREWSTEIR G. CAMERON BROWN EMMETT W. BURDSALL JANET M. BUTLER RUTH E. COGDAL ROBERT L. HICKS VIVIAN I. JOHNSON GEORGE A. KAESEIK ERNEST B. KELLY ROBERT L. KLINGEL EDWARD S. LUNDGREN ALAN G. MCCORMICK CLARABELLE MCKINLAY PATTIE J. MAIRTIN MARY E. NIGOLL GEORGE A. O,CONNELL DAVID M. PORTE ROBERT H. ROSENTHAL . . Cl7d.i1'l11t1lI ROBERT J. ROURRE A. JANE SEAMAN MATI-IILDA C. SIMPSON MARY M. SOLON ROBERT L. STEELE SELIM N. TIDEMAN ALBERT TRIEBEL, JR. MORRIS L. WEISS WILLIAM G. WI-IYTE HENRY M. WILSON, JR The Old Gym Annex assumed a very formal aspect on the night of January 11th. It was the night of the Sophomore Cotillion, the first for- mal function of the class of Nineteen Hundred Thirty-seven. Black and White streamers hung from the ceiling. The lamps, in formal looking black and white, imparted a dark and stately appearance to the Annex. Two things eased the stiff formality of the occasion: the beautifully gay and colorful dresses and the music of Red Nichols and his fourteen pennies. They seemed to have captured the college spirit, and their music made a real hit with the 650 dancing couples. The dancing was inter- rupted for a time by the Grand March led by Cameron Brown, class president, and Scotty Brubaker, chairman. Nichols started the evening with slow, dreamy Waltz melodies and then turned to a type of his own origination-a combination fast and slow tempo. After the dance his Weird theme song seemed to continue floating through the air. G. CAMERON BROWN l'n'xiIl1'1lf, lfirxl SL'llIl'Xfl Al.I.liN BRUBARER Cbuirnmn Page 295 Srnxhiteh Curry Heidlmcs Lccpcr Houcek Ray Nielsen Mercer Landsness Gnlnty Bartlett Ball Harman Flanagan Snider PAN-HELLENIC BAL R. LAWRENcE BALL Cbuirumu l'lIil.liN J. LIARMAN Co -Clmirman COMMITTEE R. LAWIRENCE BALL . . . HELEN J. HARMAN R. l..AWRliNCE BALL HIQLIEN L. BARTLETT ., KATHERINE A. BLOCK CLINTON O. CLARK, JR I CHARLES C. CUIKRY LAWSON H. FLANAGAN FILLMORE W. GALATY HELEN J. I-IARMAN CATHERINE E. HARRELL LOUISE H. HEIDHUES AUDREY A. HOFFMAN JEWEL E. HOUCEK CLARENCE H. KAVANAGH MAR-IORIE A. LANDSNESS C. KENT LEEPER FRANK R. MERCER . Chairman C0-Chairman LILLIAN W. NIELSEN HUGH L. RAY ANNETTE V. SCI-IEYER MARGARET M. SNIDER SAvo M. STOSHITCH CONSTANCE I. WILKINSON WARREN G. YOUNGREN L The Greek aristocracy of the campus gathered in the ballroom of the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel on the night of March 29, 1935, to hold the most exclusive of all University social functions-the Pan-Hellenic Ball. Two hundred and fifty couples, acting as representatives of the sororities and fraternities in the Pan-Hellenic and Interfraternity Councils respec- tively, attended this elite and very formal affair. The decorations, magnificently done in Modern Greek fashion, car- ried out che Greek theme of the evening, and were set off by the beautiful panelling in the hotel ballroom. The black and White formal dress of the men, interspersed among the many colored, gay, formal gowns of the co-eds offered a pleasant contrast to the decorations. The combination of excellent music, subdued lighting, original deco- rations, and feminine charm, gave to the dance the atmosphere of a col- lege formal in all of its attractiveness, While at the same time it offered a pleasant and enjoyable evening for all present. I i .i Page 2 9 6 llolle Ball Wilkins M.ul.uIs Todd liailum Car y Turner Dunning Smith Cannon Kurns Vastu Yaffe Simpson Wade Day Kemp Gray Mathers Gcrc Lease Pctru Kruvis COMMITTEE MERRITT E. MATHERS . . . JAMES E. BALL ALBERT BITZER JOHN L. BOYER RODMAN A. CANNON WILLIAM J. CAREY HELEN DAY CI-IESTEIX H. DUNNINC NEl.I. R. GERE KATHARINE K. GRAY WILBERT HOLLli MARY KEMP LARRY A. KERNS DORIS KIKEVIS MARY M. LEASE CECIL S. MAnAUs MERRITT E. MATHERS C bai rmun LIBERTY B. PETRU RICHARD S. SIMPSON KENNETH SMITI-I WILLIAM R. Tomi WENDELL W. TUIKNIEIK JOSEPH VAs'rA RUTH H. WAIIE ROY M. WILKINS VICTOR YAI-'I-'E Red Nichols, international favorite because of his fine phonographic arrangements, national favorite because of his coast to coast radio pro- gram and his orchestrations for George Gershwynis production "Strike Up the Band" and "Girl Crazy," and local favorite because of his fine work at the Sophomore Cotillion of the night before, played for the first social function of the Class of Nineteen Thirty-eight at the Gym Annex on the night of January 12. Streamers of black and white hung from above, and white lights played upon the 700 dancing couples. The orchestra stand at the west end of the room Was decorated in black and White to carry out the color scheme of the dance. A general good time was the keynote of the affair. There was none of the formality of the stiff shirts and high hats and the orchestra seemed to catch the spirit as it turned from slow waltzes to a fast modern rhythm. Their Frolic will long be remembered by the Class of Nineteen Thirty- eight. lVll1RRI'I"I' E. MA'I'l IIERS C lmirlmln l'lANS R. l:AllUM l'r'v.virlc'11l, Ifirxl Sl'lllL'XlL'f lhfgc' 2 9 7 R G. Augur Hubbs Newcomb Fulmcr Reynolds Ostcrbur Gourlcy Wliite Reeves Pepin Davis Burrows Barrels Mitchell Kaminski Rowland Iioekc Sclinfci' Voslmll Tobias Longo Lehmann Hodges COMMITTEE I J, an LIARRY VOSIIALL Chairman FA YIETTE E. TOIIIAS Co-Cbuirnmn HAIKRY VOSHALL FAYETTE E. TOBIAS LEAH A. AUGUR CHARLOTTE A. BARTELS WOODROW F. BOEKE KENNETH N. BOLEY KATHERINE F. BURROWS CATHERINE R. DAVIS C. RICHARD FULMER . FRANCES M. GOURLEY FRANCIS W. GIKAHAM ALEXANDER L. HAGLUND EDWIN R. HODGES HERSCHEL R. I-IUBBS THORSTEN W. JOHNSON PAUL J. KAMINSKI HELEN KING MARGARET L. LEI-IMANN MIKE A. LONGO VERNETTE E. MITCHELL MILO C. MORGAN REXFORD NEWCOMB, JR. . Chairman Co-Chairman HELEN OSTERBUR HERBERT H. OTTEN CATHERINE A. PEPIN ARLYNE L. REEvEs JOHN R. REYNOLDS ELIZABETH L. ROWLAND I. JEAN SCHAFER FAYETTE E. TOBIAS HARRY V. VOSHALL KATHERINE A. WHITE From the Indian word meaning "spring festival," the Independents have taken Mi-Hila as the name for their annual spring formal dance. This, the most important event of the Independents' social season, was indeed a "spring festivalf' Men dressed in whine flannels, dark coats, and white shoes and co-eds gowned in spring clothes of many hues created a real spring atmosphere. In addition to the popular dance music, the orchestra played several Indian songs, as Well as the semi-official theme song of the dance-a num- ber written in classical style, copied from Victor Herbert's "Natoma." , Another feature of the Independents' seventeenth annual dance was the Indian dance by William Newton, better known as Chief Illiniwek. Dur- ing che evening, the formal pledging of Tomahawk, the sophomore honorary for independent activity men, was held. The dance is sponsored by the Independent Council in co-operation with the Woman,s Group System, and its purpose is to give the inde- pendent students a spring formal dance similar to those of the fraternities and sororities. Page 29 3 Knminski Oucn Morgan Newcomb Ucherck Hodges Arnold Tobias Hood Lclimnnn M. Cross Ililglund Z. Cross Van Antwerp Adams Vnshnll Reeves Boeke Mitchell llolcy COMMITTEE . Chairman . C0-Clmirmuzl ARLYNI3 L. Rlil'lV1iS . . . WOODROW F. BOEKE REXI-'ORD NEWCOMI3 HERBEIK1' H. OTTEN FAYETTE E. TOBIAS STEPHEN A. UCI-IERER SYLVIA E. VAN ANTWIHRP HARRY VOSHALL EDWIN R. HODGES ELAINE HOOD PAUL J. KAMINSRI MARGARET L. LEHMANN VERNETTE E. MITCHELL MII.o C. MORGAN ISABEL L. ADAMS NOLA E. ARNOLD KENNETH N. BOLEY MAIKJORIE B. CROSS ZULA C. CROSS ALEXANDER L. HAGLUND The Independents made their debut of the campus social season at the Fourth Annual Independent Informal sponsored by the WOm3l1,S Group System and the Independent Council, on the night of November 16, 1934. Red Deams and his orchestra, featuring the famous vocalist, Rosemary Short, who won such popularity here at the Summer Prom of last July, returned to the campus to play for the Independents. Red's orchestra was as independent as its sponsors. Its imitations of Fred Waring's and Hal Kemp's arrangements were good enough to de- ceive anyone, and its modern musical arrangements won the popular approval of the dancers. The Independents evidently intended to make the affair a thoroughly enjoyable one, and as the evening progressed, they became truly informal in manner as a miniature battle was waged with the three hundred couples using confetti and serpentine as missiles. This, the second of the year's dances sponsored by the Woman's Group System and the Independent Council, by reason of its evident success, shows promise of becoming one of the major dances of the Uni- versity social year. ARLYNI2 L. R Envns C!lllil'lll1IIl WOODROW F. BOER E Co-Claairmau Page 299 Ammon Ruxk l'oru:uS Cunlin McKown Dnnpliy Ormiston Riley Mnnrgmnury Dunn Miles Tmmmeus Garbe Rudy Nurcn Davis Hagen Duffle COMMITTEE I 541 IELMER D. NOREN Cl11liYlll!lll CI IARLIas R. SAYRE Prvxizluul, Scwoml SL'Illl.'Xft'I' ELMER D. NOIKEN MENZIE W. AMMON RICHARD L. CONLIN CA'l'HElkINE R. DAVIS ANDREW S. DUIfIfLE XVILLIAM R. DUNN EDWARD J. DUNPPIY MAIKTIN T. GARBE STANLEY E. HAGEN CATI-IRYN QI. HUGHES XVILLIAM S. MCKOWN HALSliY L. MILES HOMER E. MONTGOMEIKY Cbairman EMMETT E. ORMISTON ROBERT W. PORTEUS ERNEST W. RILEY ELIZABETH J. RUDY WILLIAM D. RUSK CHARLES R. SAYRE WILBER H. TAMMEUS In keeping with the tradition of the Annual Farmers' Ball, local color predominated as the Ag students made themselves at home in the College Inn and decorated it with bales of hay, piles of straw, kerosene lanterns, and other pieces of farm equipment. The dancers looked very comfortable but a bit informal in their gingham dresses and overalls. It was not long until the "farmers" and "farmerettes" were engaged in a friendly free-for-all, with hay, straw, and miniature Sacks of oats being thrown freely through the air. The Agrarians danced to the music of Emil Flindt and his orchestra who soon caught the rural and rustic spirit and Hlled the air with appropriate melodies. As the farmers danced, all chores and curfew laws were forgotten. At the close of the evening the two hundred couples paused as the Queen of Agriculture was en- throned upon bales of hay. Though it may have lacked the dignity of many Social affairs, it had an air of informality about it which helped to make it one of the best dances of the year. "Stuff shirts" and "corner sitters" were entirely out of place at this dance-all joined in the fun. "C Page 3oo Mun: Comer Scars Radcliffe Murray Schafer Honeywell M. Voigln. Vuxhall L. Voiglxt Payne Poorman Rose Samuel R. Murphy Hcmpcn Graham Ratliff Hartman Howe J. Murphy Thompson Campbell SUMMER ENTETRTAINMENTS HOWARD C. HARTNIAN RICHARD C. ROSS . ROBERT B. BROWNE ALICE E. RATLIIIF ELEANOR G. HOWE CHARLES S. CAMPBELL MARY F. COMER FRANCIS W. GRAHAM MARIE C. HEMPEN LEONARD J. HERTZBERG COMMITTEES Chairman, Summer Prom . Chairman, Summer Entc'rtai111m'11t Commitfce Chairman, Faculty Summer Session Recepfion and. . . Entcrtaimzzent Committee . Co-Chairman, Sum mer Prom . Co-Chairman, Sum-mer Entertaimnent Commiffve FRANCIS I-I. MUNS JOHN B. MURPHY ROBERT R. MURPHY JOHN C. MURRAY FRANCIS PALLAI CHARLES W. HONEYWELL ELMO B. PAYNE MARJORIE N. LOWRY SARAH L. POORMAN GRACE MCAULEY FRANCES J. RADCLIFFE FRANCES L. MASIOKUS MYRON P. ROSE ROSE SAMUEL ILDA J. SCHAFER HOWARD E. SEARS FRANCES M. THOMPSON ROBERT E. VAN SICKLE MADELYNPRED VINER LEVONA VOIGHT MARJORIE M. VOIGHT HARRY VOSHALL Life on the Illinois campus during the summer season may have been uncomfortably hot, but it certainly was never boring. An efficient enter- tainment committee had planned something for any and every idle moment that any student might have. The summer social season began with an open house entertainment at the Skating Rink Monday evening, June 18th. Glee Club and Band concerts were a weekly attraction for the music lovers of the campus. The events which proved to be most popular were the open air dances held on the tennis court of the Delta Phi Fraternity house. The summer social season was climaxed by the Summer Prom, held in the coolness of the Robeson Roof. It has been a long standing tradition that it never rains on summer prom night, and the weather certainly lived up to expectations. Bathed in the light of the stars and moon, 450 happy couples swayed to the rhythms of Red Deams and his orchestra. HOWAIKD C. HAR1'MAN Chairman, Summer Prom Chairman, SIIIIHIIUI' Enlcrluinmcnl Commillec Page 301 .Vw Ouv musi .1. ovganizations T' pviole Q' 4' f A i? If V' U T of 4: :J , sitq anal e T'Q,Ugl'lg 'co it fl RL f f ii E-Ei g il!! M Ur-live-rl 'nlif Mig: Xxm IQ?-X Q - ir? - X 1 43 if M U S I C A. AUs'I'IN I'IAIllJZNG lJil'l'l'fUl' uf BIIIHIX UNIVERSITY BANDS The University Bands are comprised of three organizations: the Concert Band, the First Regi- mental Band, and the Second Regimental Band. Places in these organizations are determined by com- petitive examination and service in them takes the place of the required military drill and tactics. After satisfying their military credit, men qualified as Concert Band members receive a stipend amounting to the annual fees required from students residing in Illinois. The Concert Band is composed of selected musicians whose main purpose is to study the higher forms of music. Under the leadership of Professor A. A. Harding it has become one of the few truly symphonic bands in existence. In addition to the numerous concerts on campus, the Concert Band broadcasts every Monday afternoon over the University Radio Station, WILL. Its sphere of in- fluence extends far beyond the campus. It cooperates with the Music Educator's National Conference, the National High School Band Association, and the Illinois School Band Association in presenting clinics for bandmasters. From the ranks of all three bands, the Football Band, a unit of 160 pieces, is chosen each fall. It is the original "a capella" singing band and has thrilled many an enthusiastic football crowd with its in- tricate formations and brilliant music. The Football Band was drilled in its field performances by the assistant director, Mark H. Hindsley. MAIKK H. I'IlNDSI.liY A. AUSTIN HARDING MARK H. HINDSLEY GRAPIAM T. ON'ERGARlJ HORACE B. INGALLS MILBURN E. CAIKEY ROBEIKT P. BOWDITCH RICI-IARD I-I. XVILEY LA VON D. COOLMAN EDWARD GLASS . CURTIS M. EI-I.Io1"I' FRIID T. MARsHALI, . . Director Assistant Director . . Asxisfant Cofiduclor Trruxlzrcr and Business Manager . . . . Librarialz . Presizlcn! Vice'-Presiziwit . Sc'crc'fary . Qimrlcrmusfvr Axsisfunt Librarian XVELFARE COMMITTEE RAY I. SI-IAWI. XVILLARD E. SKIIJMORIE Am,,,,,,, Djrmor LEONARD L. STIEIMLEY ................................................. -......,..........-......... Page 304 B-flat Clnrincls 'PCURTIS M. ELLIOTT IPLIQROY R. ScHIL'I'z M.NliK F. DELEONAIXD CARL R. STOVER ,IAER R. KIRKPATRICK KEITH L. WILSON :'ALONzO F. LAPE FCARL BARTLETT :FREDERICK W. WESTPHAL JOSEPH M. ROBBINS GEORGE T. CARROLL ROY W. BROOKS 'PWESLEY L. EDDY 'PROBERT A. PATTERSON MOIXRIS F. MILLIOAN 'PHOWARD P. HETZNER NORMAN EISENSTEIN NCARL W. MORTENSON RICHARD P. CADDICK ABE A. PAROTTI EVERETT S. OLIVER ROBERT W. PELATOWSKI TSAM E. LEVIN CHARLES E. HEWITT HOGON B. KNIGHT TJ. FRED WHITE I:- vi' If E-flal Clarinet 'POLIN L. BROWDER, JR. Allo Clarincls PAUL H. HINES 'PRICI-IARD W. NORTON 'FBYRON B. WYMAN Basset-Horn " FRANK M. LESCI-IER Bass Clarinet: 'PRICI-IARD H. WILEY 'PEDWARD J. VAN LOON ':'LOuIS M. KESSLER TROIIERT V. MITEHELL Crmh'u-Bass Cfarinrfx l:4ISlDXVAIlD GLASS 'PMAHLON B. MERCER TWILLIAM L. BOOGS ROSTER, 1934-1935 Allo Suxofzlmonfs KIENNIZTH D. MAl.lCK ::'BUI.IVAR S. MEDOUGAI. TKIAIVIES F. MAI:LIaAN Tenor S!lA'0fIl70ll!'X IFBOHUNHI.. F. SCIIUIIERT ,PGIENIE D. WILISIGER Burifomr Saxopbam' 'PGEORGE T. AUSTIN Bass Saxopbom' WALTER D. WHITNEY Iflulcx and Pirrolox "PHILLIv W. McDOWELL ROBERT C. HIERONYMUS FRANK L. HALFIN DAVID C. WELLING WILLIAM B. BROWDER BEN A. BARNES HERBEIKT PASSIN PHILIP A. SIDELL TFRANCIS E. RUE E-flat Fluff THAROLD S. CONFER I:- I:- Oboe: 'SMILBURN E. CAREY 'PHARVEY C. ZORN 'PWILLIAM W. LANGEBARTEL 'PROBERT C. ECRHARDT EDXVARD C. KALB English Horn 'PI-IARVEY C. ZORN Hcclu-lphom' 'LROBERT C. ECKHARDT Bassoon: 'PFRED T. MARSHALL 'PRALPH H. DAVIDSON 'PRAY I. SHAWL WRUSSELL E. HACKLEMAN ERNEST E. WELLER Coufra-Bassoon 'FRALPI-I H. DAVIDSON Slring Bnxxrx ':'RIc:IAIARD M. RADI. ,:'WILLAlilJ E. SKIDMORIZ ZKIOIIN H. BALDWIN KIaNNIi'I'H GROSS KNIIIIII-I pmv-III-Il lu' 'T iuIlin1II- llmxr who In-nr Ihr Iwlrsil-1' lmznl I-IulIII'm. AYIHIIUI with 1' imlirulc Firxl R1',QiIl1rulIIl Baud IllI'mlII'rx II'lI'rlI'Il lu fllfglmwl Cnnrrrl linml on .IfII'I'iIll m'I'IIxirm.I.j Harp 'F IEIINA A. MICI'IAEI. M II rim lm " CARL P. BURMAN GEORGE M. TUIKMAII, Tim puui IRWIN H. KRASS-KESTIN Drums QBRVILLE W. ELDRED ROSS C. LYMAN 'l'XVII.llIiR T. ROTH GEORGE M. TURMAIL Pl'0fIt'I'fjHllC'II 'THARRY C. DAVIS "DALE W. HULL Cornctx 'PCARL R. WOOD 'PROBERT P. BOWDITCH ':'AI.I.EN BRITTON :PNIARK H. HINDSLEY 'fGRAI-IAM T. OVERGAIXD LOWELL P. LITTLE Flugcl-lvornx 'PBERNARD BERKOVITZ ASHLEY R. COFFMAN Trumpets 'SHARRY W. DURAND CHARLES M. HENDRICK5 WILFRED W. MILLER French Horns 'FCHARLES M. SELDONIRIDGE 'FWILLIAM S. SCOVILL WKERN W. DICKMAN "WILLIAM E. DETURR "HAROLD W. DODD 'PRICHARD W. SANBORN WVVILLARD L. ECKHARDT Trombones 'ERICHARD S. LEONARD WJOHN M. DAVIES 'FLEVERN D. HUDSON CHARLES I. PEARSON 'l'BIzRNHARD'r M. KUSCHEL Baxx Tl'!II!l!7!lIlt'X 'HIAMES W. SKZHROIYI' "IiURY Ii. STRANGE GRAHAM T. OVERGARD Axxislant ClUIllllt'f0Y Eujzboniums 'PLAVON D. COOLMAN ::'ROIIIaR'I' 15. CAMPDIELI. Burilom'x ':' LIAR VliY Ii. GEIST AIOI I N L. GLOV ER E-flu! Bassas :PLIEONARIJ L. STIiIMI.IaY :HIOHN F. REGAN BB-flu! Brlsxvx :SCLIZMENT Ii. ROWE 'PDAVID MOSES 'PWAYNE D. HUDSON 'F-IOHN L. MORTON ERNEST WELLER .ALBERT J. I'iATCII Drum Majors RCARI. P. BURMAN WILLIAM A. NEWTON ROBERT P. BOWDITCIVI Prrxiffrul Page 305 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA FREDERIC B. STIVEN AIKTHUR E. COHEN First Violins CAIKOLYN H. BERT EDWARD J. BURSTIZIN ELEANOR F. COBB ARTHUR E. COHEN LOUIS L. DURFLINGEIK FRANKLIN M. JUVINALL HELEN J. KUIKT RUTH M. MARSPI LOWELL A. NYE GILBERT C. REIMAN EVELYN ROBERTS RACHEL L. SMITH RUDOLPH SUCHARDA DOROTHY F. TRAI'TON MARIETTA B. TUCKER MAIKY J. XVIEBEIKG HAROLD H. XVICI-I Second Violins DOIKOTFIY S. BOLL VERA D. BRITTON JOHN C. BUSHMAN EDWARD G. COMEALY ELIZABETH F. GOELE MARKJORIE JOHNSON ETHEL B. MILLEIK MIRIAM 'J. SAVAGE VIRGINIA M. SCHAEER EDITH L. SPENCER FLOYD J. WESEMAN ROSTER, 1934-1935 Violas JOHN C. BUS!-IMAN DEAN F. HILI7INGIiR MARGARET I. MADDEN DAVID C. ROBIEIXTS B. FRANZ SCl'IUBlill'l' STANLEY H. NVITIITE Violinwllox LLEWELLYN BAIRD EDWIN BRODERICK ELBEIT P. CARTER HELEN E. JACKSON JEAN E. KENDALL MARY E. KERN EDNA KOI.LER RUTH MOSPIER .JAMES R. SKIDMORI2 EDWIN L. SMERLING MARY A. STEPHENSON MAIKGARET C. SULLIVAN Bama: ELIZABETH A. BILLSBOIKIKOW CATHERINE DOLCH KENNE1'I'I D. GROSS EINIERY G. RUTHIZIKITORID WILLARD E. SKIDMORE VERA G. WHITTED Comluclor C0ilCt'7'fUIt'iXfl'l' F1 Ilfl'S JOI-IN DOLCH DOROTHY L. PARKER JANE P. TOMl.lNSON EDITI-I E. WOOD Piccolo .JOHN IDOLCH Oliovx MILBUIKN E. CAREY WILLIAM W. LANGEDARTEL Clarinvis KEITH L. WILSON FRED W. WESTPHAL, JR. Baxxoo ns ANNA BROOKS INEZ E. GIESIiKING Horns WILLARD L. ECKHARDT H. BLONDELLE ELDRIDGE WILLIAM E. DETUIKK KERN W. KIEKMAN CHARLES M. SELDOMRIDGE FREDERIC B. STIVIQN Comlnvlor Tru nljwls ALLEN P. BRITTON LOWELL P. LITTLE CARI. R. WOOD Tronilzonvx JOHN M. DAVIES ROBERT W. HURSPI RICHARD S. LEONARD JAMES W. SCI-IROIYI' Tymjmui IRWIN H. KRASS-KESTIN Harp GRACE G. PRESLER Lillrariau CARL R. WOOD Pugc 306 UNIVERSITY CHORUS FREDERIC B. STIVEN Comluvlor RUTH H. ANDERSON MARGARET E. BATES NIILIJRED W. BLAISDELL ARLETTE M. BLUM ADDIE T. BRADY MRS. K. L. BRAWNER MRS. JOHN J. BRESEE MRS. THELMA F. BROWN MARCELLA BROWNSON JEAN E. CHANDLER EDNA F. CONOVER MARION E. CORELL FRANCES H. DRAPER GRETTA L. ELLIOTT JANE B. ENGEL ROSALYA H. FINSIIERG HELEN FLYNN HELEN FORSYTH MRS. I-I. C. GEBHART NEVA P. GI-OYD MRS. E. J. GREEN MRS. PAUL M. GREEN GWEN G. GRIP'IfIN MISS. J. R. GULLEDGE IJOROTHY G. GUNIIERSON IDA B. HABIIIEIKTON MRS. JOHN H. HASLAM ROSTER, 1934-1935 Sopranos ELIZABETH J. HEPBURN LOIS C. HIERONYMUS MRS. SCOTT I-IOOVER MRS. L. G. HUEE LAURA H. JENKINS FLORENCE M. JOHNSON MARGARET J. KIMBLE MARY B. LEHMANN MARY L. MCKENZIE HESTER E. MCMILLEN MARGARET A. MORGAN MIXS. NEWLIN D. MORGAN MIKS. ELLEN E. MORTON MARGARET NEWCOMI3 LILLIAN W. NIELSON FLORENCE L. OTT VIRGINIA PALEREY HELEN PEMRRORE H. CORENNE PENCE MARY E. PENNELL NIiI.LE PENNELL ISAIIELLE D. PRUGPI RUTH M. ROTHENRURGER AURORE Q. SAPP VIRGINIA M. SCHMIDT MARY B. SEATON G. VIRGINIA SHARP MIXS. GRACE P. SNYDER CHARLOTTE L. SOUTHWICK ELIZABETH STERNE BARBARA C. STIEGEMEYIER BERNICE STULTZ STEIPANIA THORLAKSON MRS. A. H. TIKOTIIER EDNA P. TUTTLE CAMILLE VRHEL MARTHA H. VAN SICKLE BARBARA E. WE'FZliI. VIRGINIA C. WHITE LORAMA WIESE FAITH S. WILLIAMS MRS. TI-IELMA C. YOUNG LOUISE C. ZIMMERMAN HELEN AIHIILEGATE MISS. W. L. BliNNI3T'I' IEBDA E. BERG MARIE A. BERTONI GENEvIEvE BEST ISERNICIE A. BLACK VIOLET V. BLODAU LAVARA H. BRUMBAUGII PEARL C. BUZY IVIILDRIZD I.. CUSIC MRS. KARL DANll.0l1'1-' M. MARCEI.I.A DAWSON MISS. LU'I'IIi DIXON WIN!!-'IKISD G. DODDS H. BLONDELLE ELDRIDGIE I'IIil.liN L. IZYMAN LOIS M. GII.BIilK'f JEAN L. GIIACIZ RU'rII J. HARRIS CATHERINE D. HAUBIZIKG RPLIVE C. I'IAZLliTT BIiR'l'HA A. HIiLANI7liIk LAURA J. I'IUliLSTIiR MARY D. IIIALL Altos IIIHTII C. JONES TIIIELMA IE. KELLY F. IVIILDRIZD KERR VI.liMA I. KITCHIELL ANNAMARIIZ KUNZ IVIARGARIZT R. KUNZ NIARJORIIZ A. LANDSNESS I"IIiI.IiN' L. I.lElE MARGARET L. LEIIMAN ORIAN G. LEMEN ALTA H. LEWIS DORIS H. MASON Trnorx RIEINOU MAURITS VIRGINIA L. NOBLE SYLVIA B. PAINIE MRS. LORIINE PIZTIERSON DORIS M. PUTNAM MARY L. REISNIER ELIZABETH M. SANDIZRSON LUCILE T. SIIARI' M. MARJORIE SHARE ADA B. SMITH ANN A. SMITH MRS. JAMES SMITH MARTHA SMITH ANN D. S'l'IliGlZMliYliR MISS. F. B. STIVIZN LOUISE TAYLOR PIIYLLIS P. VAN VLIEIET LIDA E. VOIGI-IT VIDA M. WICRS M. ELAINE WILLIAMS IELIZABICTII R. WILLIAMSON N. PEARL WOODEORD WliNDIZI.I. F. BARCLAY MliI.VII.I.I4I D. I'IAR'I'NIAN NOIKMAN C. LAIfI-'ER FRANK W. ANDREW RUSSELL ANDRIEW WlI.I.IAM S. Bl.AlSDlil.I. I'IOliAR'l' L. BOYD DONAI.l7 M. BROWN JOHN G. METCALE NEWLIN D. MOIKGAN, JR. ROEER ROIIDICMANN RAYMOND W. CAMI-RELL I'IAlkOI.IJ S. CONI-'ER w,II.I.IAM I'IABBliR'l'0N TIIEODORIE C. I'IIiI.MRIiICII XVESTON T. I'IIiS'I'I5R CHARLES IZ. SCHI.A'l"l'liR IQUGIZNIT F. STOYRE JOHN M. THOMPSON Bnxxrs RALIIII M. LIOLMIES JOHN O. I'IONNOLD, JR. FRANKLIN M. JUVINALI. ROIIERT W. KREIIS WOI.IfGANG KUHN ARNOLD H. TROTIIZR IILVIN S. WARRICR WAVE L. NOGGLE LEWIS V. PETERSON THOMAS J. RUSSELL RAY I. SIIAWI. J. Ii. SMITH J. ROLLAND WILSON Pflgv VUI7 Bccley Hodgson M.IlnLt Lee Holcnmh Miller Quillin Williams Gloyd Trnfton A. Shcctz .Innes Wicsc Lcmcn Hnnnwnlr li. Sheen Bilgcr Wood Fisher L. Gilbert Rosen llcs Rnmcnofvky Krugholf Hucckcl Sprout Smith Widgcr Best Manchester Stlenz Slunrl. Bilsborrow Tomlinson Way Corell Eldridge Skuscvcc Beasley Ropicquct Mills Carter WO1VIEN'S GLEE CLUB NELLIE M. STUART Prcsirlcnt LANSON F. DEMMING Director MARY M. ILES ELIZABETH A. JAMES HELEN L. LEE KATHRYN E. MILLER MARY E. MILLS KATHERINE QUILLIN MAR-JORIE E. RINE DOROTHY F. TRAFTON MARTHA H. VAN SICKLE LOUISA W. WILLIAMS ,,,,..-.... 4, ' Y -:,:rw, - W S F -35' A . J . ' - ' :ff ' fe S f! , ,fy I .4 V . 'iifffsf' ,m f . IVIILDRED A. FISHER Managcr NELLIE M. STUART DOROTHY L. KERR NEVA P. GLOYIJ EVALYN WAcI-IOB . DOROTHY F. TRAFTON MILDIKED A. FISHER LANSON F. DEMMING OFFICERS First Soprano F. JANE BEASLEY ELIZABETH BEELEY GRETA L. ELLIOTT JEAN E. GATES JEAN H. GILBERT NEVA P. GLOYD ELEANOR L. KRUGHOEF JOYCE V. MALOTT First Alto MARGARET E. BATES ELOISE J. BILGER LOIS M. GILBERT VERA M. HANAWALT HELEN B. HODGSON DOROTHY L. KERR ORIAN G. LEMEN ALTA H. LEWIS ELIZABETH MANCHESTER LILLIAN W. NIELSEN VIRGINIA D. PERKINS ANNA M. SCHULTZE FERN M. SECORD VERONICA SIQUSEVEG MARY M. SMITH VENUS M. SPROUT NELLIE M. STUART MARJORIE L. STUBBS EDITH ROPIEQUET ISABELLE S. ROSEN GERALDINE C. RUSSELL ELIZABETH M. SANDERSON FRANCES C. SHEETZ JANE TOMLINSON PHYLLIS L. WAY JEAN I. WIDGER Second Alio MILDRED M. BASS . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Librarian Manager Director LORAMA WIESE EDITH E. WOOD Second Soprano A. ELIZABETH BAUER GENEVIEVE BEST MARY J. CARTER MURIEL A. GATES DOROTHY HOLCOMB MARGARET K. HUEGKEL ELIZABETH A. BILSBORROW MARION E. CORELL H. BLONDELLE ELDRIDGE MILDRED A. FISHER DORIS M. PUTNAM LILLIAN R. RAMENOFSKY ARVILLA M. SHEETZ KATHERINE M. STIENZ Page 308 First Tenor Rocks Large Honnold Smricr Oleck Dodd F. Mercer Smith LUB Dawson Irland Panzer Martin R. Nchcr J. Nclicr Rossman W. Clausscn Jones Meier Morgan Gchr Davies Odle McHard ' M. Mercer Jacobson W. Wilson Barclay Becker Boyd Hamp Eksrrum Hudson Bacon Olson lieycr OFFICERS CARROLL G. EKSTROM . . President FRANK R. MERCER Vice-President HOBART L. BOYD . Manager LEONARD A. BECKER . . Secretary RUDARD A. JONES Librarian ERIC M. LARSON, JR. . Librarian RICHARD S. HUDSON Accomjianist LEROY R. HAMP Director "ROBERT M. PANZER iiROBERT P. BACON " JAMES R. PICKEL :JCARL W. BIRKY ii'CHARLES B. DAWSON JOHN A. DOUGLAS CHARLES A. HANDLEY RWAYNE M. HEYER VERNON S. ROCKE ' ARTHUR B. SCI-IOTTMANB GROVER E. SHIPTON HOWARD G. SMART Second Tenor ii'JOHN E. IRLAND "'WENDELL F. BARCLAY i:'ROBERT D. JACOBSON ERUDARD A..JONEs EDWARD F. KELLY ROBERT 'PJOSEPH W. LARGE B. KRAMER First Bass LEW W. AGNEW DONALD F. BARKLEY KLEONARD A. BECKER 'PHOBART L. BOYD WALTER C. CLAUSSEN HAROLD S. CONFER CHARLES E. COOPER DAVID W. DAVIES ii Varsity Giee Club. 3: THOMAS J. BOONE ALFRED B. GEORGES ROBERT C. GLOSS WILLIAM E. KING FRANK R. MERCER HAROLD W. DODD CARROLL G. EKSTROM JOHN K. HESTER JOHN O. HONNOLD, J JOHN F. LUNNEY HAROLD V. MARTIN JOHN J. MEIER MAHLON O. MEIKCEIK KLUSMAN PARKS CHARLES F. SEALES HAROLD A. SMITH I-IOIIART L. BOYD Manager CARL V. MILILURN NEWLIN D. MORGAN, JR. JOSEPH B. MOUNTJOY IVAN E. ODLE WILLARD S. OLSON WILLIAM M. REUSS :PHENRY C. ROSSMAN HOWARD ROVELSTAD NOREERT SCHENK EDXVIN M. SWENGEL XVILLIAM R. TEMPLE ALBERT C. TILLMAN, JR. WAYNE A. WILSON MILLARD O. STARR MAX E. TARBLE Second Bass KEITH P. BOLIN WILFRED J. CARR MARTIN P. CLAUSSEN ROBERT W. GARDNEIK VINCENT H. GEHR SPENCER H. GORE FRANKLIN M. JUVINALL CARROLL G. EKSTROM President LEROY R. HAMP Director JOHN C. KRIEGSMAN ERIC M. LARSON, JR. :FJAMES A. MCHARD :EJOHN W. NEHER W. RICHARD NEHER ADRIAN R. OLECK WALTER G. STILL HOWARD A. STOTLER ROBERT M. THRALI. WILBERT D. UIIBEN CHARLES M. WILSON Page 309 ...Rf 1 ,I R-gx rf, f 5 The 'are WF? +3 oladqums, L, OFC L ff? ' .yfiiffw tlwe sounJV ' 3' I Q gfgqxifrvowls ggi. ,-1 vi-" , 1 ,Za .LJIE 5 r ' f J leadgnanre, .mg I jg dil unwvd. . . --1 -My-'lu Vx- .- fl fw'-"""4mawa iv , ' 'df ,,f"Q j, M v X-A fk?XfrXw, Pffff-Hg' , -L M-5'-I M I , x ' 2 xfffl 'Il X Q A, QW H,-3 ,,,. 'I ' ! 'QX ' fx i ww X dl . 3- ff r Y l QA Q0 'X I i I 3. v 1 El N T., K xx ,Sr I- 11 jh . 'A km lr-if I X A jd I ol fm, 3 f, IA 1 ?,ix.L, f ' f -Nw I - gf Q Q 'A 1 ' ' ' ggi, ,5 ' ' 'V ' , ' I H Q' A TTINZ WNA41 -- , J' -..-f A . 'T 9 . ' 1 ffl .V I , 2 f f'5.gf.3g1g. 3 l 4 - 4 3 C' Fr EM iUNIVERSITY PRESENTATION or Awmws Military instruction at the University of Illinois is based on the Morrill Land Grant Act. By this act, State Universities received land from che Federal Government on the condition that military training be a required course. In 1867 the State accepted this act and a plan for military training was adopted by the Board of Trustees. Two courses in military training are offered to the students. The basic course trains a man in the fundamental Work and fits him for a corporal or sergeant in the Organized Re- serves at the end of his two years Work. The advanced course is a continuation of the basic course. From the advanced course come our cadet officers who rank up to and include the ca- det colonel and are given rank and advanced as rapidly as ability and diligence permit. Tm: FLAG PASSES Page 3 I2 BRIGADE MILITAIKY DAY R12vl13xvlNG STAND From one unit, the Reserve Officer's Training Corps has grown to a reinforced brigade containing nearly all the branches of service. The six units included in the reinforced brigade consist of Infantry, Cavalry, Field Artillery, Coast Artillery, Engineers, and Signal Corps. Each of these units is fully equipped, so as to give the students a thorough practical as well as theoretical training. In the summer, a six-Week training period is offered, at which the cadet officers put into practice the theory learned throughout the school year. The cadet officers, upon complet- ing their two years advanced Work, are given commissions by the government in the Or- ganized Reserves. From this point, the rise in rank may continue depending upon the amount of time and interest the men may place upon their military work. THE CAVALRY Page 313 CA Mclzcr Smith Lclimpnhl Mullikcn Fraser Zilly Bailey Pcrvier Lawson Van Meter Skurcz liicncrski DE CADET CADET CAIJET CAIJET CAIIET CADET CAIJET CADET CAIJET CADET CADET ALEXANDER E. LAWSON Carla! Colonel CADET T T THE STAFF COL. ALEXANDEIK E. LAWSON LIEUT. COL. KENNETI-I D. BAILEY LIEUT. COL. HERBERT C. ZILLY LIEUT. COL. JAMES C. SKORCZ LIEUT. COL. PAUL P. FICNERSRI LIEUT. COL. VINCENT J. VAN ME1'li LIEUT. COL. GEORGE W. PERVIER MAJ.. KENNETH A. SMITH . MAJ. CLII1'l'fORD N. MEI.ZElX . MAJ. LOREN S. FRASER . MAJ. ROBERT H. LEI-IMIIUHL . MAJ. XVALLACE M. MULLIKEN A F Commamlani . Cavalry Engineer Corps Signal Corps . Infaniry . Field Arliilvry Coax! Ariiilrry Corps . . Arljulant Excczifive Oficcr . Brigade Siaj Brigade Siajf . Brigade Siajf The Reserve Officers' Training Corps are endeavoring to acquire a foundation for the 'QL qualities of leadership and executive ability which may later be developed in to a valuable need in the event of a national emergency. The immediate beneiit to the R. O. T. C. student lies in the development of self-conhdence, moral discipline, and in the advantage of character building. In the words of one of the high-ranking military students, "I deem it a privilege and an honor to serve in this organization Whose guiding tenet is duty, honor, and service to this University, the State, and our Country." Pf1.s'f314 Grcncr Bryan Cary Busch Wcilnnd Lummis Dalfcrcs Merrill Milan Nlllortnmn Quigley Strawn Tabaclmik Conard .limes Brown Chapman llurncll Matthews McDonough Sricc Clay THE STAFF COL. FRED R. BROWN . . . . Commamlauf LIEUT. COL. STANLEY L. JAMES . . . Signal Corps LIEUT. COL. CHARLES A. CHAPMAN . Coast Artillery Corps MAJ. JAMES A. STEVENS . . . . . . Infantry MAJ. ARTHUR B. CONARD . Cavalry MAJ. RAY L. BURNELL . Fiela' Artillery CAPT. ALBERT G. MATTHEWS Engineer Corps The Supreme Court of the United States has stated: "Government, federal and state, each in its own sphere owes a duty to the people within its jurisdiction to preserve itself in adequate strength to maintain peace and order and to assure the just enforcement of law. And every citizen owes the reciprocal duty, according to his capacity, to support and defend govern- ment against all enemies." The States are interested in the safety of the United States, the strength of its military forces and its readiness to defend them in war and against every attack of public enemies. Every State has authority to train its able-bodied male citizens ap- propriately to develop military fitness. The University of Illi- nois is a land grant college and the courses in Military Science and Tactics have been required subjects since the establishment of the University. The State and the University of Illinois al- ways have lived up to the obligations as defined by the Supreme Court and we now have a well equipped, loyal and efficient R. O. T. C. Brigade, than which there is none better. The ofiicers and enlisted men of the regular army, who are on R. O. T. C. duty here feel it to be a great honor and privilege to be associated with the selected young men who are permitted to take the courses in military training, which is limited to those who are physically and mentally qualified. A-1-nd Q 4 Page315 FRED R. BROWN Colonel, lnfaulry, U. S. A Commumlaul ALEXANDER E. LAWSON President LOREN S. FRASER . ROBERT H. LEHMIRUHL WALLACE M. MULLIKEN . JOHN C. DE WOLFE, JR. WILLIAM R. CROCKETT, JR. JOHN R. WILLIAMS . ROBERT L. REDFERN . GEORGE M. HAIKDING ROBEIKT R. SHERRILI. ROBERT B. PORTER . LOUIS E. BECRMAN, JR. WILLIAM A. ROPA . EDWAIKD NV. ANGER, JR. CHARLES O. WEDBERG JAMES A. THETI-'ORD 6 QI '5 7 0 Q61 A 'is .u ZILLY REDFERN ILIT ALEXANDER E. LAWSON PAUL P. FICNERSKI . KENNETH D. BAILEY VINCENT J. VAN METER GEORGE W. PERVIER HERBERT C. ZILLY JAMES C. SKORCZ CLIFFORD N. MELZER KENNETH A. SMITH . AR . . . . Colonel . Lieut. Colonel, Infantry . Lieut. Colonel, Cavalry . Lieut. Colonel, Field Artillery . Lient. Colonel, Coast Artillery . Lieut. Colonel, Engineers Lieut. Colonel, Signal Corps Major, Executive, Brigade Staff . Major, Adjutant, Brigade Staff . . Major, Brigade Stag Major, Brigade Stajff . . Major, Brigade Staff . . Captain, Rep., Cavalry Club Captain, Rep., Pi Tau Pi Sigma, Ist. Semester Major, Rep., Pi Tau Pi Sigma, Znd. Semester . Captain, President, Alpina Tau Sigma . Major, Rep., Caisson Club Major, President, Tau Nu Tau Major, Rep., Coast Artillery Club Captain, Rep., Seabbard and Blade . Major, President, Phalanx . Major, President, Polo Association . Captain, Rep., Persbing Rifles, Ist. Semester Major, Rep., Persbing Rifles, Znd. Semester h .sf BAILEY VAN METER FRASER LEHMIIUHI. ANGER CROCRETT DE WOLFE BECKMAN Page 316 T Founded six years ago, the Military Council has achieved a prominent position at the University. The Council has steadily aimed at a finer co-ordination of the several military units and organizations. The Work accomplished along this line has resulted in the strengthening of the R. O. T. C., both in Military and University activities. Culfxfolxu N. MliI.ZliIK Sr'c'rr'lury-Trvrlsurrr The Council has as members men who represent each unit of the University Brigade and each of the military organizations. The representatives from each unit are its Lieutenant Colonel and executive officer, While the representative of each social group is its president or elected representative. There is also a faculty adviser chosen from the officers on duty at the University. With such an organization the Council is fully prepared to govern the various groups. In addition to this Work, the Military Council supervises the student functions of the Military Department such as the OfHcer's Ball, the Military Ball, and the annual Military show. The Commandant of the University keeps in close contact with the personnel of the Brigade through the Council. Thus, the student,s viewpoint is considered in the determination of the poli- cies for the R. O. T. C. -JV N MULI.lKEN SMITH Sxoncz Pnkvuzk FlcNunslu SHERRILL WIZDBUIKG PORTER HAIKDING Rom Page 3 1 7 PAUL P. FICNIEIKSKI Lfl'llft'llllllf Colonel The Infantry like the other R. O. T. C. Units is divided into two courses, the basic and the advanced. The basic course instruction consists of military fundamentals, Weapons, map reading, combat train- ing, and leadership. The student is also given a thorough training in musketry, rifle markmanship, elementary machine gun drill, and scouting and pa- trolling. This training, after two years, qualifies the student to become a non-commissioned officer in case of a national emergency. The advanced course gives the students expe- rience in the exercise of command and enlarges upon the same field taught in the basic course. The purpose of this instruction is not only to train men in case of a national emergency, but to pro- duce good loyal citizens. ml' aiyfg S -ttf.. .. ,. -'Trim W We . .....,, Lfiilziv if..-Sli' . .gg J .H - Page 318 K12NN12'rH D. BAILEY Lirrlllfllzlrlf Colfmfl As for all units in the Military Department, the Cavalry training in each course is divided into the subject groups of Military Fundamentals, Leadership, Cavalry Weapons, and Combat Training. The objective for the two years of the basic course is to develop the student's initiative, confi- dence, and ability so that he be qualified to instruct and lead small groups of men either in Military or Civilian endeavor. Riding and rifle workmanship are emphasized. The objective of the two years of the Ad- vanced Course is the amplification of that of the basic course, development of the student's ability as a rider to include the fundamentals of real horseman- ship, and qualification for appointment as a Second Lieutenant in the OfHcer's Reserve Corps. Page 1 9 INEER CORPS HIlllBI2ll'l' C. ZXLLY I.1zulznauI Colnml In peace the engineer builds cities, sewers, bridges, etc., altering the face of nature to accord with some more or less obscure idea of his own. In war, the engineer does the same things he did in peace, but without either time or materials. So the engineering student enrolled in the Engineer R. O. T. C. there gets a rough and ready supplement to the more formal education available at the University. During the drill periods, the student learns how to organize a team of men for the expeditious con- struction or demolition of structures of all kinds. The object of the material presented in the En- gineer Corps is to qualify the slide rule experts for po- sitions in case of national emergency, and to make them better qualified to perform their duties as citi- zens in civil peace time practice. Page 320 kin HX COAST ART LE CVIZOIKGE XV. Plzlwllzlc Lln'llfl'll1lllf CUIIPIIFI This Unit which actually trains for the Anti-air- craft section of the Coast Artillery is now in its fifth year at the University of Illinois. The great strides made in aviation in the last few years have clearly indicated that the Air Service in any future war will be a powerful factor, and that an adequate defense for objectives on the ground must be prepared. The Anti-aircraft Artillery is en-- tirely defensive in nature and is the only form of de- fense which can be operated continuously and in- stantly. The Unit has now been raised to nearly five hundred men with one additional instructor in keep- ing with the War Department's call for more Reserve Officers for this branch of the Service. Its summer camp at Fort Sheridan in the midst of the North Shore District is a popular place with students. Page 321 4, -.-.- 7.1"':14"-J' lem 1-hun.. -ani-". 9 an - v, -4 ,A - Q r, r -V H rg I . p , V1Nc:i2N'r j. VAN Mmm: . Vi' .. ig -ff , gs ,.NiR1.:.. .5-.-.zu I.n'uh'mn1f Colonvl ri A1 fy g in " 1 555.11 AE 3 . T I I is 1 'Wi T U71 I' ' '-fl'.n- ' 1 N . . . - -2 an 5. t 46 , is " sl a - 1 ' -' ---R - + 8 - S f 4- .P Cl' sr Ba Ns The "Artillery Drill" of 1881 was the nucleus of the present R. O. T. C. Field Artillery Unit estab- lished at the University of Illinois in 1919, and has in- creased from the battery of eighteen men until it is now the largest unit in the Military Department, with an enrollment last semester of more than one thous- and students. The armament of the Field Artillery of our Army varies from the light 75mm gun to the 240mm Howitzer which fires a 381 pound projectile a dis- tance of more than 9 miles. Motive power for the guns include horse-drawn, pack Con mulesj, Portee Qin trucksj, tractors, and truck-drawn. It is impracticable to instruct students in all methods of traction, so training at the University is limited to horse-drawn artillery and the light gun. Page 322 I L NIAMIES C. Skolutz Lifllffllllllf Colmlvf 1 The Signal Corps training in the University of Illinois Reserve Officers Training Corps is divided into two courses, the basic and the advanced. The basic course corresponds to freshman and sophomore years in the University. The instruction includes citizenship, military discipline, courtesy and customs of service, map reading, and elementary radio and Wire communication. Cn completion of the basic course, the student is qualified to instruct un- trained civilians in the duties of private, corporal, and sergeant in Signal Corps Units. The advanced course, corresponding to the junior and senior years in the University, includes in- struction in leadership, advanced radio and Wire com- munication, signal communication tactics and orders, military history and policy, and military law. Page 323 MI lVllLITARY BALL, APRIL 6, 1934 LITARY BALL 5319 is S ll i Military Ball reached its climax at eleven o'clock on the evening of April 6, when the Grand March, led by Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Wayne G. Smith and Cadet Lieutenant Colonel James M. Turner, was commenced. Hundreds of couples formed ranks and paraded in review before Colonel Fred R. Brown and Cadet Colonel Franklin G. Emrick. The New Gym was transformed into a military post for the evening. French 75 mm cannons flanked the bandstand which was built up in the form of a sandbag dugout, floating overhead was a large paper dirigible. These decorations and che oflicers' uniforms gave the hall a perfect militaristic atmosphere, which was greatly enhanced by the gleaming spurs, shining brass, polished leather, and formal gowns of various styles and hues. Each military unit had a dance named for it. Among them were the "Bolero" of the Field Artillery and the "Turkey Trot" of the Cavalry. Perfect music and an entertaining floor show were afforded by Jan Garber, "The Idol of the Air Lanes." The Military Ball is held under the auspices of the Military Council, with the Cadet Colonel as chairman. I Composing the Mili- tary Council are high ranking men of each unit and military organ- ization. Because of the policy of limiting the attendance to Military men, and a few outstanding civilians on the campus, Military Ball is considered one of the most important dances of the social season. Any money that is made over the planned budget is donated to the Military Fund. This fund is distributed among the various units QT . 1 to aid in increasing their functions and making military life more in- CAou'r COL. ALILXANIJEIK Ia. LAWSON Cb,,1f,,,,,,, teresting and more complete. Page 324 MILITARY BA LL 1 .SU I i I A COL. FRED R. BROWN C01ll7lld1IdH1lf Dc Wolfe Williams Thetford Melzcr Harding Beckman Frnscr Rcdfcrn Ropn Porter Lehmpulil Smith Anger Van Motor Bailey Pcrvicr Lawson Picncrski Zilly Skorcz COMMITTEE ALEXANDER E. LAWSON EDWARD W. ANGER, JR. LOREN S. FRASER KENNETH D. BAILEY GEORGE M. HARDING LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR. ROBERT H. LIEHMPUI-IL JOHN C. DE WOLFE, JR. CLII1'I7ORD N. MELZER GEORGE W. PERVIER ROBERT B. PORTER ROBERT L. REDEERN XVILLIAM A. ROPA PALIL P. FICNERSKI WALLACE M. MULLIKEN ROBERT R. SHERRILL Page 325 Claairman JAMES C. SKORCZ KENNETH A. SMITH JAMES A. THETIJORD VINCENT J. VAN METEIK JOHN R. WILLIAMS HERBERT C. ZILLY N If Z-,-,fl Olsen Brogan Newcomb Chamberlin Johansen Julinsun Gauen Larson Casey K.Smitl1 Lanplxicr Pnclc Williams Bodnar Slaymalser Ziehm Jackson Porter Lanrerman Nagle Amerman Wigginmn Ream Binford Dc Wolfe McClure Tourck Goebel Barnes Moorchcad M. Smith Messing Miksak Kirkpatrick Ransom Ccruui Allen Coulrcr Beckman Zilly Skorcz Pervicr Lawson Lehmpuhl Lindley Van Mcrcr Ficncrski Anger Fraser Acton Evans SCABBARD AND BLADE HARVEY H. ACTON WILLIAM H. ALLEN JOHN D. AMERMAN EDWARD W. ANGER, JR. PETER J. AULINSKIS GEORGE D. BARNES LOUIS E. BECRMAN, JR. ROBERT J. BINFORD JOHN W. BODNAR JOHN C. BROGAN CHARLES W. CASEY JOHN CERUTTI MERLE H. CHAMBERLIN JAMES H. COULTER JOHN C. DE WOLFE, JR. ALEXANDER E. LAWSON VINCENT J. VAN METEIX HERBEIRT C. ZILLY . LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR. OFFICERS Captain First Lieutenant Swami Lieutenant First Sergeant MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ROBERT C. EVANS PAUL P. FICNERSKI VERNON A. FORSBERG LOREN S. FRASER GEORGE R. GAUEN LOUIS H. GOEBEL GEORGE M. HARDING T. HARRY JACKSON, JR. THOMAS S. JOHANSEN ROBEIKT J. JOHNSON BRUCE A. KING, JR. DAVID E. KIRKPATRICK PAUL H. LANPHIER JOSEPH B. LANTERMAN C. JAMES LARSON ALEXANDER E. LAWSON VINCENT J. VAN METER Captain First Liculemfnt 2 ALEXANDER E. LAWSON ROBERT H. LEHMPUI-IL THOMAS A. LINDLEY LEWIS S. MCCLURE HAROLD A. MESSING JOSEPH A. MIRSAK DIXON D. MOOIKEPIEAD HOXVAIXD J. NAGLE REXEORD NEWCOM B, JR. ENOCH E. OLSEN GEOIRGE W. PERVIER ROBERT D. POOLE ROBERT B. PORTER CLIFFORD F. RANSOM JERRIAN W. REAM ROBERT L. REDFERN JAMES C. SKORCZ CHARLES M. SLAYMAKER KENNETH A. SMITH MOUNTIFORT H. SMITH WILLIAM R. STAGGS RALPH SUMMERFIELD JAMES C. TOUIKEK VINCENT J. VAN METER RUSSELL J. WHYTE XVESLEY O. WIGGINTON JOHN R. WILLIAMS LEONARD H. ZIEHM HEIXBEIKT C. ZILLY f Page 3 26 SCABBARD AND BLADE SMORER SCABBARD AND BLADE Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1904 E Seventy-eight Active Companies COL. FRED R. BROWN LIEUT. CHARLES H. BRYAN CAPT. EVERETT BUSCH LT. COL. CHARLES A. CHAPMAN MAJ. ARTHUR B. CONARD CAPT. ROY L. DALIPERES LIEUT. EDGAR E. AMBROSIUS CAP'F. HAROLD E. BABBITT LIEUT. WILLIAM L. COLLINS NORMAN R. CARSON WAYNE A. FARLEY ALBERT W. HASS ELTON E. HILL HAIKRY L. HYNDMAN ROBERT B. JORDAN WILLIAM J. LIERMAN Honorary Military Society MEMBERS OF STAFF LIEUT. LESLIE M. GRENER LT. COL. STANLEY L. JAMES CAPT. IRWIN L. LUMMIS LIEUT. RICHARD S. MARR CAPT. ALBERTO E. MERRILL CAPT. HAROLD L. MILAN FACULTY CAPT. JAMES J. DOLAND LIEUT. CHARLES R. FREDERICK LIEUT. ORLANDO F. GARRETT RECRUITS JOHN C. LUMBATTIS LLOYD L. MCDANIEL JACK J. MACKLAND JAY R. PRILLAMAN RALPH A. RUUD ROBEIXI' R. SCAIFE WILLIAM F. SAVOIE LIEUT. EDWARDS M. QUIGLEY MAJ. JAMES A. STEVENS CAPT KENNETH S. STICE CAPT CHRISTOPHER C. STRAWN CAPT PAUL H. WEILAND CAPT. OLNEY W. WORTMAN CAPT MARCUS S. GOLDMAN CAPT TOM S. HAMILTON PROF. SVEINBJORN JOHNSON Page 3 27 I MAUIKICE J. SHROYER W. PHILLIPS TALBOT DON M. TROLL EDGAR F. WALBORN WILLIAM R. WHEELER LEWIS C. WILCOX LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR. HERBElk'f C. ZILLY First Sergeant Svcoml Licufcimnl 1 K ,, S 4 4 4 4 4 Rcdfcrn Thetford Harding Ropa Muller Beckman Fraser DcWulfc Williams Lchmpulil Porter Smith Anger Zilly Bailey Pcrvicr Lawson Ficncrski Skorcz Van Meter O F F I C E R ' S B A L L COMMITTEE WILLIAM A. ROPA . C0-Chairman VINCENT J. VAN METER Co-Chairman EDWARD W. ANGER, JR. KENNETH D. BAILEY LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR. JOHN C. DEWOLFE, JR PAUL P. FICNERSKI LOREN S. FRASER GEORGE M. HARDING ALEXANDEIK E. LAWSON ROBERT H. LEI-IMPUHL CLIFFORD N. MELZER WALLACE M. MULLIKEN GEORGE W. PERVIER ROBERT B. PORTER ROBERT L. REDIPERN ROBERT R. SI-IERRILL JAMES C. SKORCZ KENNETH A. SMITH JAMES A. THETFORD JOHN R. WILLIAMS HERBEIXT C. ZILLY The OHicer's Ball, given in honor of the Commandant and the Regular Army Officers sta- tioned at the University, is one of the most exclusive and formal dances of the season. The Ball is held under the direction of the Military Council, and is open only to officers in the ad- vanced corps of the R. O. T. C. i Over two hundred couples attended the third annual OfHcer's Ball in the Park Ballroom on January 19, dancing to the music of Joe Chromis and his band. Decorations and programs were carried out in a red, white, and blue color scheme. WILLIAM A. ROBA C0-Cbairunnl Q3 VINcEN'I' J. VAN METEIK Cu-Chairman t t i i' i Page 328 I I I Harris Pokorny McDonough Vogt Rcamcr Schumacher Ropa Ucherek Benner Webber Eichenbcrger vefbcek Noren Young McHnrd Heinig Herrington Crockett McCalley Pennington Huis: Veteranc Schwartz Grifiin Dunn Glassco Oleson Simon Brunsmnn Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 Four Active Chapters Alpha Morae Cbalblcr FACULTY COL. FRED R. BROWN LT. COL. CHARLES A. CHAPMAN Seniors C. KENNETH COOPER R. WILLIAM EICHENBERGER STANLEY H. GRIFFIN JAMES O. HARRIS KERMIT E. KLINE VERNON A. MCCALLEY JAMES A. MCHAIKD ELMER D. NOREN GILBERT E. OLESON MAJ. ARTHUR B. CONARD CAPT. ROY L. DALPERES LT. COL. STANLEY L. JAMES MEMBERS IN JOSEPH O. POKORNY OWEN J. REAMER WILLIAM A. ROPA ANSEL W. RUMBLE HAROLD M. SIMON DONALD W. STAEI-ILIN RAY H. TEAL ALEONSO VETEIKANE WILBUR M. YOUNG LT. ROBERT K. MCDONOUGH CAPT. ALBERT G. MATTHEWS CAPT. HAROLD L. MILAN UNIVERSITY juniors JAMES D. BENNER ROBERT H. BRUNSMAN WILLIAM R. CROCKETT, JR WILLIAM R. DUNN DONALD E. GLASSCO GLADE F. HAIST FRED C. HEINIG JAMES W. HERRINGTON VERNON A. MCCALLEY Vin'-Co nz umm! 1- I' Page 329 MAJ. JAMES A. STEVENS CAPT. PAUL H. WEILAND HAROLD D. LANGHAM GEORGE F. PAWLING KEIKMIT M. PENNINGTON JOSEPH M. SCHUMACHER HAROLD A. SCHWARTZ STEPHEN A. UCI-IERER BRUNO J. VERBECR WILLIAM T. VOGT ROBERT M. WEBBIER WlI.l.IAM A. ROPA C0lllllIlIllll!'f N I Q I Clay McDaniel Pawling Little Maxfield Faulkner Sargent Sallislnlry Mansfield Ames K.SmiIlI Goebel De W'Dlfe Clmmlrerlin liorsberg Huwald Turner Marlowe Aulinskis Megan Combs Coonradt Strawn Lelimpuhl Cunard Bailey Merrill Grcncr Paddock Evans Hess Amcrman Bauman Scrkowich Rouse Shroyer Spircs Galland Allen Coulter Hodges Caulfield Junius Payne M. Smith Prillaman Pennington Corley Spence Price CAVALRY OFFICER'S CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, 1930 One Active Chapter To promote good fellowsbijz among fbe cavalry cadet officers MEMBERS ON STAFF LIEUT. CHARLES H. BRYAN LIEUT. LESLIE M. GRENER CAPT. ALBERTO E. MERRILL MAJ. ARTHUR B. CONARD CAPT. CHRISTOPHER C. STRAWN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors GLEN C. AMES PETER J. AULINSKIS KENNETH D. BAILEY ROBERT B. BORCHERS LOWELL J. CAPOOT MERLE H. CPIAMBERLIN HARRY G. CLAY MELVILLE L. COMES HARRY L. COONRADT JAMES H. COULTER JOHN C. DEWOLFE, JR. RAYMOND K. ERHARDT ROBERT C. EVANS HARRY G. FAULKNER VERNON A. FORSBERG ROBERT H. LEHMPUHL Prusizleul Ol' Fr Ba .Nl i' 'A' 'A' i' i LOUIS H. GOEBEL MARTIN A. HARNISCH EMIL R. HOWALD ROBERT H. LEHMPUHL JAMES H. MANSEIELD THOMAS I. MEGAN ELMO B. PAYNE JEROME E. ROUSE FREDERICK W. SALISBURY MOUNTFORT H. SMITH LOWELL A. SPIRES RICHARD D. TURNER juniors WILLIAM H. ALLEN JOHN D. AMERMAN THOMAS I. MEGAN Vice-Prexixlenl HAROLD G. BAUMAN WILLIAM F. CAULFIELD GALE C. CORLEY LELAND W. CRAMER MICPIAEL R. GALLAND MILES E. HESS EDWIN R. HODGES IROBERT W. JENSEN JOHN G. JUNIUS EDXVIN A. KITCH C. JAMES LARSON ROBERT B. LITTLE LLOYD L. MCDANIEL HERMAN M. MAIKLOW DON V. MAXFIELD DIXON D. MOORHEAD ENOCH E. OLSEN DURWARD J. PADDOCK GEORGE F. PAWLING KERMIT M. PENNINGTON CALVIN F. PETERS ROBERT D. POOLE CHALMER M. PRICE JAY R. PRILLAMAN SAMUEL P. RICKETTS WILLIAM SARGENT JOSEPH H. SERKOWICH MAURICE J. SHROYER KEITH S. SMITH WILLIAM E. SPENCE W. PHILLIPS TALBOT GRABLE B. WEBEIK, JR. CHARLES J. ZALOUDEK Page 3 3 O Archer Peterson Webber Chcrmnk Vogt Aydelottc Cnn.Idy Kicrsch Marnens V:mOrm:In McNeil Smith Troll Moats Grifiin Schwartz Wnllmorn Glaxsco Bixby Ziclnn Reeder Scnifc Uchcrck Wltcclcr Edwards Snow Simon Hoclschcr Harris Henning liicixcnihergcr MCCAIIIIOII l'IIInkcnhOrn I-'rnscr Vain Mclur Kricgsmnn Black Harding Brxldur Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 One Active Chapter To promofz' good fvllowxbijf, fo Imzkz' for more fricmlly confacls befween oficcrs and slmlwlfx, and fo improve cifizrnslrijz MEMBERS ON STAFF N LU MA,I. RAY L. BURNELL FIRST LIEUT. ROBERT P. CLAY CAPT. PAUL H. VVIEILANIJ CAPT. EVERETT BUSCH CART. ROY L. DALEERES Senio rs CHARLES T. BLACK HAROLD A. BRADER RICHARD C. CODDINGTON ROBERT E. EDWARDS ROBERT W. EICHENBERGER LOREN S. FRASER STANLEY H. GRIFFIN GEORGE M. HARDINO JAMES O. HARRIS ARTHUR B. HENNING MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILI-'IKED F. HOELSCI-IEIK JOHN C. KRIEGSMAN JOHN S. MCCANNON WILBUR L. MCNEIL CLARENCE R. PLANKENHORN FRED C. RUECKERT HAROLD M. SIMON VINCENT J. VAN METEIR I1Hli0l'.Y LANDELL D. AIKCI-IER GALE B. AYDELOTTE WILLARD H. BIXBY DONALD K. CANADAY KENNETH J. CI-IERMAK DONALD E. GLASSCO THEODORE A. KIERSCH HAROLD D. LANOHAM EDWARD J. MAILTENS ROBERT H. MOATS STEWART P. PETERSON ROGER E. REEDER FRED C. RUECR IEIKT Vin'-PI'I'siIf1'lll Page 3 3 I ROBERT R. SCAIFE HAROLD A. SCHWARTZ CHARLES W. SMITH BERT P. SNOW DON M. TROLL STEPHEN A. UCI-IEIKEK ELLSWORTH G. VAN ORMAN WILLIAM T. VOGT EDGAR F. WALBORN FRANCIS D. WEBBER WILLIAM R. WHEELER LEONARD H. ZIEHM LGR IIN S. FRAsIzR Prr'xiIlc'IIf 5 I -Q -' 1 .. ..,- i ..f.,..-. Muller Jalisscn liIllIIIcsmck Miramonri Schmid Jnekxun I.erner Crockett Poi: Bodnair James Stiue Slier Imulliurg W.Iir.irOn I.IInpiIiur Wfillinms J.IsiIIski Skorcz Nagle Olmstezul Burton lilliult. Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1925 Eight Active Chapters GAMMA CHAPTER Nafimml IIUIIOVKIVJ' am! Prof1'x.vi0mIl Signal Corps Fralvrnify MEMBERS ON STAFF LIIIUT. COI.. STANLEY L. JAMES LIEUT. KENNETH S. STICIZ S!'lIi0I'.Y RALPI-'I P. BURTON WILLIAM R. CROCKETT, JR MERRITT D. ELLIOTT EIIWARD J. JASINSKI WILLIAM F. LANDEORG Cl.ll"l-'ONIJ N. MIaI.zI2R I'rrxiflr'ul QI Y Ns i' 'A' 'I' i MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CIERALD P. LERNER CI.IIfFORD N. MELZER FRANK M. MIRAMONTI JOHN U. SCHMIII JAMIZS C. SRORcz LLOYD J. XVALDRON J A M Iis C. SKORCZ Vin'-Prz'.viIlI'rlf juniors JOHN W. BODNAR WILLIAM R. FAHNESTOCK T. HAIKIKY JACKSON, JR. W. I-IINRICH JANSSEN PAUL H. LANPHIER HOXVAIKD J. NAGLE EVAN E. OLMSTEAIJ EDGAR A. POST PAUL G. STIER JOHN R. WII.LIAMS Page 332 l'Iyndm.In Pigg Cooper Sl.IyIIIaIlaer Wigginlun Rieluxrdson Theodore Ilerrington Heinig Rubin Mcllonougli Tuurek Zilly Faris I Iemlricksen jollnson Smilll Jolmnxen Murrow Stalggs Corlew Brinkerlxoff Slierrill Clirislmann Royer Pierwn Smiltkamp Whyte Wilcox I.il.lell Daniels Kunler lSl.Iek Pruitt Monro Squnrey M. Levy Ransoin Tllerfurd A. I.evy Buelinwr Sllcplucrd Reynulals Farley Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 , Four Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER To fvsler a xjzirif of fruhwnily among ils llIl'IlI!N'l'X, and vsprif flu vorjlx wifbill fbi' rorjfx MEMBERS ON STAFF LIEUT. ROBERT K. MCZDONOUGIYI CAPT. ALIIERT G. MA'F1'I'IEWS SGT. SIIERTVIAN I-I. MOUNT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors I-IILLARD H. RUBIN IIllli0l'.Y ROBEIQT J, -IOLINSQN ANDREW P. BOEHMER C. KENNETH COOPER MORGAN B. CORLEW PAULY R. FARIS ALBERT M. LEVY WILLIAM J. LITTELL FRANK M. MOIKIKOW A. CHADWICK PIERSON LEO E. PIGG WALTER A. PYI-IRR CLIFFORD F. RANSOM , 0' ROBERT V. SHEPHERD R. RUSSELL SHERRILL KENNETH A. SMITH CHARLES M. SQUARCY WILLIAM R. STAGGS JAMES J. TI-IEODOIXIS JAMES A. THE'I'1"ORlJ JAMES C. TOURER CHARLES O. WEIJBUIKG RUSSELL J. WHYTE l'IERBERT C. ZILLY XVINSTON E. BLACK JAMES W. BOYD JOHN K. BRINRERHOIPII RICHARD J. CHRISTMANN SAM N. DANIELS XVAYNE A. FARLEY FRED C. I-IEINIG WILLIAM E. HENDIKICKSEN JAMES W. HElilKING'I'ON I-IARRY L. I-IYNDMAN, JR. THOMAS S. JOIYIANSIEN XVILLIAM R. STAGGS Vin'-1' r1'.viclz'rlf Pffsf 3 1 I PAUL J. KUNZER MAIKCUS W. LEvY LYMAN M. MOORE CAREY L. PRUITT WILLIAM G. REYNOI.DS WARREN R. RICHARDSON CHARLES P. IKOYER CHARLES M. SLAYMARER CHARLES J. SMITTRAMI' WliSI.liY O. WIGGINTON LEWIS C. WILCOX R. R USSIELI, SI IERRILL Presixfwll 5 I I 4 4 4 4 Rcnmcr Martin J. Lorenz Doepke Sencfeld Porter Simmons Teal Dcnrlovc Lnntcrmnn McCallcy Wnrdcr Ccruui Hubbard Slxcldon Duckcr Carson Nagel Willizlms Fiscller Dclwelnlc Lawson Brown Rumble Lumbarris Diettcrle Brunsmpm lfixluer Kirkpatrick Mansfield Couclxmnn Rnlalen Sruvenxon l'ervier liners Srnehlin Casey Montgomery Wiemlerlxsrld Scherer CCAST ARTILLERY CLUB LIIEUT. MII.O G. CARY Seniors WILLIAM A. BOERS G. HENIKY COUCHMAN FREDRICK C. DOEPKI3 MARTIN J. FISCHER GEORGE R. GAUEN DAVID E. KIRRPATRICR ALEXANDER E. LAWSON JAMES A. LORIENZ VERNON A. MCCALLEY JAMES H. MANSEIELD JOSEPH A. MIRSAK RUSSELL H. MILLER GIZOIIGE W. PERVIER Prrsirlwzl 4' lsr QA Q t i' i' ir i ALPHA CHAPTER To zivvclop high ideals of fbi' Military Profession in ibn Uziiwrsify MEMBERS ON STAFF LT. COL. CHARLES A. CHAPMAN CART. VOLNEY W.WORTMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GEORGE W. PERVIER ROBERT B. PORTER OW"EN J. REAMER KARL V. ROHLEN ANSEL W. RUMBLE ALFRED C. SCHERER CLAUDE L. SENEI-'ELD VIRGIL N. SIMMONS DONALD W. STAEHLIN CARL L. STEVENSON NOEL B. SUMMERS RAYMOND H. TEAL HENRY VVIIEIJERHOLD WlI.I.IAM A. BOIERS Vice-l'rI'xiIlr'l1l juniors HAROLD V. BENHAM GEORGE B. BROWN ROBERT H. BRUNSMAN NORMAN R. CARSON CHARLES W. CASEY JOHN CERUTTI GILLARD D. DEARLOVE WILLIAM F. DIEBELAK EDWIN W. DIETTEIKLE FREDRICK E. DUEKER ARTHUR E. FISHER FRANK B. HUBBAIKD, JR JOSEPH B. LANTERMAN CHARLES J. LERNER WlI.I.IAM J. LIERMAN RICHARD F. LORENZ JOHN C. LUMBATTIS WILLIAM B. MCKINSTRY, J HAROLIJ V. MARTIN HOMER E. MONTGOMEIKY HARIKY K. NAGEL GEORGE V. NEILL RICHARD S. Sl-IELDON SWAYNE G. TILLITSON GORDON G. WARIJER GLENN C. WILLIAMS Page' 334 Merle Schumacher Beamer Switzer Armstrong Haist Ropn Ellis Benner Van Kirk Keach Ross Binford Nugent Ream Rcdfern Ficnerski Kline Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 Four Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER To encourage gllllfi fellowsbijz among Infantry Cadet Officers and fo jfromofc' cloxw' rclationslvip belween officers and slurle11fs MEMBERS ON STAFF CAPT. IRWIN L. LUMMIS MA,J. JAMES A. STEVENS MAJJ. ABRAHAM TABACHNIR CA PT. Seniors PARKER R. BEAMER Louis E. BECRMAN, JR. C. LYMAN ELLIS, JR. PAUL P. FICNERSKI KERMIT E. KLINE SEATON F. MCDANIEL HAROLD L. MILAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WALLACE M. MULLIREN JERRIAN W. REAM ROBERT L. REDI-'1iRN WILLIAM A. ROPA Juniors ARTHUR R. ARMSTRONG .JAMES D. BENNIE!! ROBERT J. BINFORD, JR. GLADE F. HAIST MILTON W. KEACH WILLAIKD A. MERLE RIC!-IAIKD H. NUGENT Louls E. BIacR MAN Vive'-I'rrxiIlwIl Page 5 5 5 AYNSLEY Ross WILLIAM F. SAVOIE JOSEPH M. SCHUMACHER W. HOMER SWITZER JoIIN C. VAN KIRK RoIIIzR'I' L. RIQIII-'IIRN Prcxiflcrll A ..,.f2'f AV' ' 'xx- S4 -..,,, 4 I L -Llp ES PERSHING RIFL Founded, University of Nebraska, 1894 Twenty-four Active Chapters To foster a spirit of frivmlsbijr and c'aopI'rufio11 11111011 g H1011 in fbc -mililary !lL'!I!ll'fNIt'7lf am! fo uzaiufrziu u bigbly vjiviwd zlrill comjmny MEMBERS ON STAFF XVALDORI-' V. HOWARD, PH.D. CAPT. ALBEIR1' G. NIATTHIEWS, C.E. I'IllNIiS'I' C. ADAMS I'RANc:Is W. ADAMS CI.ARENc:E S. AITKIEN KMNNIQTH C. ANDERSON Pli'I'IilK J. AULINSKIS IIIKANCIS H. BAGHMAN JAMES C. BAGG KENNETH D. BAILEY BENJAMIN T. BAIRD DEXTER R. BARRETT DONALD A. BASSIZTT STANLEY C. BATEMAN RIGIIARII H. BIECKEIR JOHN H. BELL WILLIAM li. BIERKLAND KENNETH M. IIERNINGER WAIIRIEN If. BIESORE IIARLIZ IIlCKliR'I'0N GEORGE R. HIGGINS GI.EN S. BLAGKBURN JOHN BLACKSTOCK WILLIAM A. BOERS JAMES L. BRIEKTON ROLLAND BIKINKMAN FRANK L. BROWN IJARIKY J. CALLAHAN HOWARD J. CAQUELIN GUY A. CJAIKIXVON CHARLES W. CASEY STANI.I-:Y A. CIIADMAN DANIEL CIIINLUND WILLIAM W. CIIIDRIN RIGIIARD J. CHRIST- MANN CIAIASIE C. COEI-'EY JOE V. CRABTREI2 WILLIAM R. CROGRETT, JR. GEORGE D. CULIT KIiIlMI'l' CUNNINGIIAM WILLIAM J. CUNNINGHAM ROBERT DALRYMPLE JOSEI-H J. DALY JASON F. DAYKIN REUIIEN H. DI5NOI'F IQLMER A. DIXON S'l'liI'lll3N S. DOHERTY MILES S. DUWE WILLIAM EIILER WILLIAM IEIGI-IELMAN IZDXVAIXD O. IZLLIOTT MERRIT'I' D. ELLIOTT WILLIAM G. IivERE'I"I' PAUI. H. IIACKLIZR MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HAROLD O. I:ICII'l'li PAUL P. FIGNERSKI RICHARD A. FOLK I-IARvI-:Y R. FRASER LORIHN S. FRASER GARVER O. FRAZIIZR IVIORRlil.I. P. FRAZIER LOUIS H. GAEERE W. GERALD GIESIIKING HliROI.lD GOEKIE ASA B. GRliA'l'IIOUSl2 IIIJWARD F. GRIMMER JACK M. I'IAIlRIS JAMI-:S O. HARRIS JAMES S. I'IliAD CLARENCE G. HARRINGTON JAMES W. I'IERRING'I'O FIOWARD H. I'II5YMAN THOMAS W. HILL . IRWIN R. HOl3NI3Il STEPHEN C. HOGAN HARIIY L. HYNDMAN, JR. IIIIWAIIII A. JAKUSH ,I-HOMAS S. -IOIIANSEN -IOIIN R. JOHNSON ROISIZRT J. JOHNSON PAUL P. FICNIERSKI KliNNIi'I'II D. BAII.EY Prcxiflclll Vimr-Pr'I'siJL'rIf Cl Fr BE 2 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' N N GAI.E H. JONES ROIIERT B. JORDAN DAVID L. KIil'l'l-I BEN D. KININGHAM FRANCIS R. KUBICK AR'I'I-IUR J. KUSH PAUI. I-I. LANEHIER AI.liXANl7Iill Ii. LAWSON ROBERT H. LEIIMIIUIII. CHARLES J. LERNER ALBERT M. LEvY LOUIS H. LIDSCOMB GEORGE H. LOGAN JACK B. LOR'I'z ELIIERT H. LOYD ORVAI. W. LUGIER FRANCIS X. LUE'rII I'IARVEY D. MCCOI.I.UM, JR. HAIKIXY Ii. MAST HAIKOLIJ A. MESSING GEORGE H. MILLER, JR. xVESl.EY E. MINER LYMAN M. MOORE DIXON D. MOORHEAD CIIARI.liS IE. NIUIELDER R0liliR'l' H. MUIZI.LlllK WILLIAM G. NIURRAY JOHN M. MURRIN LAWRENCE M. NELSON IPONALD F. NlEMI1'Z JOSEPH J. NEIIOTE LLOYD F. OLIESON CHARLES A. OLSON PHILII- F. OR'I'MAN ROBERT A. OSNOSS ROBERT W. PACHALY IIIDWARID T. PEEIILES KERMIT M. PENNINGTON WII.I.IAM R. PIZRSHALL AI.IsER'I' C. PIERSON EUGENE H. PIIZTSCH ROLIERT D. POOLE ISDWARD F. PORTER RICHARD H. PUTTING JERRIAN W. REAM GILBERT C. REIMAN EUGENE H. RENNICK WARREN R. RICHARDSON THOMAS L. RIDGE RICHARD N. ROERIG PAUL W. SCHNEITER JOSEPH M. SEHUMACHER IRVING H. SEI'I'I.IaR JOHN G. SESTAK ROBERT B. SHANKS ALEXANDER SIIARAV DALE H. SHICK RALPH E. SIEMON DONALD H. SMITH KENNETH A. SMITH EUGENE R. SMYTH IOHN R. SOMMER GEORGE P. So'rOS JOHN J. SOUKUI1 ARTHUR H. SIIEAKER WARREN STOCKWELL LUDWIG T. STOYKE W. PHILLIPS TALBOT JAMES A. THETFORD ANGUS M. THUERMER GUY M. VILI.ARs RICHARD B. WALKER CHARLES O. WEDBERG FRANKLIN A. WERNER WESLEY O. WIGGINTON WAYNE A. WISE CHARLES E. WRIGHT WARREN H. YOUNG LEONARD H. ZIEHM JOSEIIII W. ZIMMIZRMAN Pago 5 5 li MILITARY DAY Every year the University takes a holiday While the R. O. T. C. parades for officials of the Regular Army, the President of the University, and a host of visitors. It is at this time that the University military unit is inspected by the commanding officer of the Sixth Corps Area, or his staff, and special awards are bestowed upon the cadets who have distinguished themselves in military work. The University of Illinois R. O. T. C. is the largest and probably the finest student military unit in the country, so Military Day is naturally a gala day in the University calendar. lmgv 3 3 7 ogni LQSLJS' OF 9Cl'lOlGT'Sl'1Ip. rec- these ' 1 . , . ' 'l . D --u----------" A " - 'Mak' , mmm 'I . -nw ff X - A ' 1 ,-: X :XLX SCHCLASTIC HQNORS P4 51 - .,'-, -',.' Founded, University of Maine, 1897 Fifty Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER Honoring the Highest Scholarship FACULTY CITATIONS JAMES WILIIORD GARNER, PH.D., LL.D.,LITT.D. REXI-'OIKIJ NEWCOMB, A.M., M.ARCPI., A.I.A. SIMON LITMAN, DR. JUR. PUB. ET RER. CAM GRADUATE SCHOOL IROBERT L. BLAIR, A.M. KENNETH C. LYON, M.S. RICHARD S. SCHREIBEA A.B. SYDNEY N. FISHER, A.M. GEORGE W. PICKELS IV, M.S. WILLIAM J. WARREN, M.S. VALENTINE JOBST III, A.M. CECIL L. REW, A.M. THEODORE L.WHITEsEL, M.S. Liberal Arfs mul Sciences OLIN L. BROWDER FLOSSIE M. CORD WILLIAM F. EKSTROM GILBERT E. GOHEEN LLOYD M. JOSHEL LOWELL KIRRPATRICR ROBERT V. LUKES OWEN J. REAMER GEORGE W. SMITH GRACE P. SNYDER HOMER F. WEIR College of Engineering RALPH E. BAILEY JOHN L. BLACKBURN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY EIGIL R. FADUM JOEL M. GLASS HARVEY P. I-IINTz HAROLD H. KREITFT ARTHUR F. ORDAS RICHARD L. SHIRE College of Fine Arts EILEEN A. JASPER LEON SELIGSON JOHN S. WINBIGLER College of Education FERNE M. FETTERS ERNEST M. HALL CHARLOTTE A. HATCH LOUISE W. SCHUBERT LOUISE R. ZERWECK College of Agriculture BERRYMAN R. HURT EMMETT E. ORMISTON College of Commerce WILLARD L. ECKHARDT ROBERT W. GRIM LOUIS M. KESSLER ROBERT H. KINDERMAN ROBERT B. MINGLE RANALD G. RUCKER BRUCE WALCHER School of Journalism WILLIAM H. JUDY HAROLD G. ROETTGER College of Medicine GEORGE E. COLYER College of Pharmacy LAFAYETTE PARRISH THOMAS A. REED FERDINAND B. ZIENTY College of Law ROBERT V. FARAGHER BONITA C. MATTHEWS Library School MARY E. HINKLEX' EDWARD B. STANFORD 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444 444444444 Page 340 PH I BETA KAPPA Q TAPE +75 gaagiggi Founded, WilliaIn and Mary College, 1776 Onc Hundred Nineteen Active Chapters OLIN L. BROWDER, JR. HARRY L. COONRADT F. MADELINE CORD HELMUT O. DAI-ILKE RICHARD ALLYN JEAN B. ALMY F. COURTNEY ARTHUR MARGARET F. ASKREN ROBERT H. GRIFFITH GAMMA OF ILLINOIS CHAPTER To promote scholarship and friemlslaijz among stuzlemfs and graduates of American Colleges OFFICERS ARTHUR H. DANIELS, 1,1-I.D. EDWAIRD H. CAMERON, PH.D. LOUISE B. DUNDAR, PH.D. JASPER O. DRAITFIN, M.S. Presizlenl Vice-President HONORARY MEMBER ALBERT J. HARNO, B.S., LL.B., LL.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors elected in March, 1934 VICTOR M. DORRIS E. MAE EDWARDS WILLIAM F. EKSTROM LESLIE A. EPSTEIN FERNE M. FETTERS KATHRYN M. GRAHAM JANICE E. GREIDER LLOYD M. JOSHEL Seniors elected in October, 1934 CATHERINE L. HESSELSCHWERDT WAYNE T. LEWIS NORMAN A. MCQUOWN NATALIE E. MURRAY JAMES N. PAYNE FRANK T. PLATTNER HELEN L. RUSSELL Secretary Treasurer J. BENJAMIN LIEBIERMAN OWEN J. REAMER GRACE P. SNYDER HOMER F. WEIR RICHARD H. WILEY HELEN S. STUMIIAUGH JAMES P. SWEENEY KATHERINE A. WHITE MABRE D. WISE ' 55777777 5775577777775555555577555575777557555575 5 Page 34 I K APPA DELTA PI Founded, University of Illinois, 1911 Ninety-one Active Chapters MELVIN W. BARNES CHARLES L. BINNA ALPHA CHAPTER To encourage in its members a higher degree of consecration to social service MEMBERS I IN UNIVERSITY Iuitiates, April, 1934 ELEANOR J. DUNCAN CHARLOTTE A. HATCH MARGARET E. CHAMBERLAIN AGNES L. NELSON JOHN ALEXANDER JAMES O. AUSTIN DAVID AXELROD DONALD M. BETHEL RUTH BROOM KENNETH O. CABLE MERNER CALL ELEANOR CHAFFEE R. W. CHENOWETH VELMA A. DENNY CLARENCE N. FUQUA I uitiates PAUL CRAFSON ARTHUR B. GRISMER BESSIE B. HALE MILES C. HARTLEY IRWIN R. HILL EMILIE HUCK R. W. HYNDMAN I uitiates, MYRON D. GREEN DONALD A. GROSSMAN BESSIE L. HAMM HALLIE E. HOEHNER VIOLET A. O,MALLEY HENRY L. PITTS ELIZABETH H. RUSR , August, 1934 JEAN J. JONES HARRY T. KEEN CLARK W. MCDERMITH JEAN E. NELSON CHAIKLES W. ODELL WILLIAM N. PHELPS HARRIS N. ROBERTSON january, 193 5 FOSTER MCCARTY MARGERY E. MCKEE ALMA A. MCLAUGHLIN VERNON L. NICKELL JACOB F. SCHINDELBECK SELDON T. SCHNUR CATHERINE M. STOKUS J. MARION ROMINE ORPHA STUTSMAN HOYT B. TERRELL GRACE W. TOMPKINS MARY TROUT JEFFERSON L. WILSON IRA M. WRIGLEY STELLA YACKLE ERNEST J. SIMON LE VONA VOIGT EUGENE H. WILSON KCCCCKCCKKKCCCKCK CKCCKKKCKKKCCCCCKCC' Page 342 BETA ,GAMMA SIGMA L .. . .N if Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 Thirty-five Active Chapters ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAPTER To encourage and reward scholarship along the lines of business activity among sludenlx and graduates of colleges of commerce and business administration - FACULTY ARTHUR G. ANDERSON, C.E., P1-I.D. PAUL M. GREEN, PH.D. MAURIOE H. ROBINSON, PH.D. ERNEST L- BOGARTI PHD- DAVID KINLEY, PH.D., LL.D. FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, PI-LD. WRUAM E' BRITTON1 A'M" JD' ARTHUR LINCICOME, B.S., C.P.A. CHARLES F. SCHLATTER, M.S., C.P.A PEMBROKE H. BROWN, PH.D. SIMON LITMAN HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. PAUL D' CONVERSE' A'M' DR. JUR. PUB. ET RER. CAM. VIRGIL D. COVER, M.B.A. ESSEL R. DILLAVOU, A.M., J.D. EDWARD J. FILBEY, PH.D., C.P.A. GAZE E' LUKAS, MS" C'P'A' HORACE M. GRAY, P1-LD. FLOYD R. ABERNATHY HAROLD W. BANCROFT ROBERT H. DADANT MARVINE P. DOVER WILLARD L. ECKHARDT ROBERT W. GRIM GEORGE M. HARDING ROBERT B. JENKIN J CHARLES L. STEWART, PH.D. ANANIAS C. LITTLETON, PH.D.,C.P.A. CHARLES M. THOMPSON, PH.D., LL.D., LITT.D. HALE L. NEWCOMER, M.S., C.P.A. CHARLES M. WHITLO, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS LOWELL R. MCCONNELL JAMES C. PETTEE PI-IILONIENA MARQUARDT WAYNE L. MCMILLEN JOHN J. THORNBORROW MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOSEPH J. KAVOLUS CARRELL E. MILLER ARTHUR R. SEASS LOUIS M. KESSLER ROBERT B. MINGLE CLARKE L. SHABINO ROBERT H. KINDERMAN CLARENCE R. PLANRENHORN CARL L. STEVENSON EDWARD C. KONCHAL WILLIAM L. REESE BRUCE WALCHER JOHN R. LARIMER THOMAS F. LATZER RANALD G. RUCKER WILBUR M. YOUNG Juniors KCKCKKCCKCCCKCK444444444444444444444444444 Page 343 TAU BETA PI Founded, Lehigh University, 1885 Sixty-five Active Chapters ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAPTER To mark in a fitting manner those who have conferrerl honor on their Alma Maier by :lisiinguisherl scholarship and exemplary character as umlergrarluates, or by their atiainmenis as alumni, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering schools of America FACULTY RANDOLPH P. HOELSCHER, M.S., C.E. NORVILLE J. ALILEMAN, M.S. HAROLD E. BABBITT, M.S. ALFRED E. BADGER, M.S. MORGAN BROOKS, PH.B., M.E. ALFRED C. CALLEN, M.S., E.M. ALBERT P. CARMAN, D.SC RICHARD K. COOK, M.S. HARDY CROSS, A.B., B.S., M.C.E. BYRON T. DARLING, B.S. THOMAS J. DOLAN, M.S. JAMES J. DOLAND, M.S., C.E. MELVIN L. ENGER, M.S., C.E. NEWTON E. ENSIGN, A.M. WILLIAM N. ESPY, M.S. MAURICE K. FAHNESTCICK, M.S. MAX A. FAUCETT, M.S., E.E. JULIAN R. FELLOWS, M.S. GEORGE K. GREEN, B.S. STANLEY G. HALL, M.S. CLARENCE W. HAM, M.E. " HAROLD N. HAYWARD, M.S. HARVEY H. JORDAN, B.S. ALBERT N. JORGENSON, M.S., CHARLES A. KEENER, M.S., E.E. MILO S. KETCHUM, C.E., D.SC. EVERETT E. KING, A.B., M.C.E. ABNER R. KNIGHT, M.E., M.S., E.E. CHARLES T. KNIPP, PH.D. SEICHI KONZO, M.S. JOHN O. KRAEHENBUEHL, M.S., E.E. REINHOLD F. LARSON, M.S. OSCAR A. LEUTWILER, B.S., M.E. HERBERT F. MOORE, M.E. D.SC. NEWLIN D. MORGAN, M.S., C.E. JOHN M. NASH, B.S. ELLERY 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. RUSSELL H. REED, B.S. HERBERT J. REICH, PH.D., M.E. ERNEST A. REID, M.S., E.E. EDWARD C. SCHMIDT, M.E. FRED B. SEELY, M.S. THOMAS C. SHEDD, M.S., C.E. CARL E. SKRODER, M.S. CLOYDE M. SMITH, M.S., E.M. ERNEST L. STOUFFER, M.ARCfl. EDWARD W. SUDPIGER, M.S. ARTHUR N. TALBOT, C.E., D.SC., D.ENG., LL.D. HOWARD R. THOMAS, C. E., M.S. CLYDE L. THOMPSON, M.S. JAMISON VAWTER, M.S., C.E. EDWARD H. WALDO, M.S., E.E. HARALD M. WESTERGAARD, PH.D., DR. ING., DR. TECHN., D.SC. HERBERT L. WHITE, B.S. CARROLL C. WILEY, B.S., C.E. ARTHUR C. WILLARD, B.S., D.ENG., LL.D. WILBUR M. WILSON, M.M.E., C.E. ARTHUR L. YOUNG, M.S. WHITNEY C. HUNTINGTON, M.S., C.E. WILBUR W. BETTS ROBERT E. BODMAN ROBERT P. BOWDITCH RALPH E. BAILEY JOHN L. BLACKBURN JAMES G. CLARK " ' "' GRADUATE FRANK E. RICHART, M.S., C.E. STUDENTS JOHN S. CUNNINGHAM EDGAR J. LUETZELSCI-IWAB TILEORD A. OLSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Elected in EIGIL R. FADUM November, 1933 HERBERT C. ZILLY Seniors Eleclezl in March, 1934 HENIKY L. GIBSON HARVEY P. I'IINTZ MAClK C. JONES Seniors Eleelerl in CHARLES E. HUGHES HAROLD I-I. KREFFT ALBERT M. LEVY Junior Elecferl in STANLEY C. MADER FRANK M. MORROW SIDNEY SCI-INITZER November, 1934 STANLEY A. NELSON ARTHUR F. OROAS WILLIAM B. SHARON November, 1934 EVERETT G. YOUNG, M.S., M.E. CLARENCE H. STEIN WALTER C. STRAKOSH ALFRED S. WEBECK ROBERT R. SHERRILL RICHARD L. SHIRE ACHALIS M. SUTHERLAND KCCCKCCCCCCCCKKKCCCCKCKCKKCCCKCK KKCCC4 Page 344 ALPHA ZETA fvi IR Founded, Ohio State University, 1897 Forty-one Active Chapters 4 MORROW CI-IAPTER To encourage interest am! zlewlop high ideals aml slamlnrrls in the field of agriculture FACULTY EMIL W. LEIYIMANN, B.S., E.E., A.E. JOI-IN W. LLOYD, PI-I.D. WILLIAM W. YAPP, PH.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors DILLON S. BROWN WARD L. EDWARDS BERRYMAN R. HURT ARTI-IUR L. OWEN EDMUND C. DAILY ROBERT J. EGGERT GEORGE A. JOI-INSON CHARLES R. SAYRE EDWARD J. DUNPHY IvAN W. HIESEIK EMMETT E. ORMISTON juniors ROBERT D. ARMSTRONG ROBERT C. ECKI-IARIYI' DONALD F. MCMILLEN ROBERT B. MUSGRAVE ARTHUR E. CULLISON FRANK C. HAIKIXISON MALCOM H. MCVIORAR PAUL L. POIROT Brown Musgrave johnson Harrison Eckhardt Daily Ormiston Sayre Hicscr Dunphy McVick.ir Cullison Hurt Armstrong McMillen Edwards Poirot 44444444 444444444444444444444444444444444444444 PH DALLAS F. ACHENBACH ERNEST C. ADAMS CLARENCE S. AITKEN EVERETT L. ALBIN HOWARD A. ALDRICH DONALD F. ANDERSON WILLIAM F. BISHOPP LYMAN W. BODMAN DONALD G. BOTTERON ALLEN BRITTON GEORGE C. BROWN JAMES C. BRUNER ROBERT P. CAIN NORMAN R. CARSON WALTER F. CLAUSSEN HOWARD W. CLEMENT SEYMOUR D. COHEN GERSHOM R. COHN RALPH W. CONDEE MAX E. COOPER WALTER W. CROWLEY ROBERT W. DE WOLI-' ROBERT DIETZ AUSTIN A. DYSON EMERY E. EBBERT ROBERT C. ECKHARDT I ETA SIGMA Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Thirty-four Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER To Cl7L'0IlI'dgl' high xcbolarxllijn among first year men DAVID M. LARRABEE ..... Faculty Adviser J. BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN . . . . Senior Adviser MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOHN R. EDMONDS NORMAN J. EHRLICH HARRY D. EVANS WILLIAM J. FELDMAN LOWELL L. FELLINGER JACK L. FENNIE DONALD B. FERGUSON E. FRANCIS FERNHOLZ HAROLD O. FICHTE CHARLES G. FISRE RICHARD C. FRANKLIN ROBERT W. GARDNER ROSARIO A. GAZIANO WARREN E. GLOVER ROBERT J. GOLDBERG FOSTER E. GOSSARD GRAYDON C. GREIDER EMORY C. GUYNN ALEXANDER L. HAGLUND WILBURT D. HAM VERNON T. HAMMAN MAURICE E. HARVEY EDWARD J. HAVLIK WILLIAM E. HENDIKICKSEN I ROBERT R. HERBST PHILIP HILL UIKBAN HIPP ROBERT S. HOLTY ELDRED W. HOUGH RICHAIKD S. HUDSON RICHARD L. HULL FLOYD A. HUMMEL CLAYTON KIIKKPATIKICK JOHN W. KLUBERG KARL F. KREBS WILLIAM W. LANGEBARTEL ROBERT H. LEVIN JOHN A. LIPPOLD GEORGE H. LOGAN ORVAL W. LUCIER LOWELL E. MASSIIE DAVID F. MEER CARL W. MOR'FENSON PAUL W. NEIDHARDT WERNER L. NELSON CHARLES V. O,HERN, JR. WILLIAM A. PARRISI-I HENRY N. PIEPER DUDLEY C. PULLIAM RAYMOND C. PURL BEN F. RAILSBACK RONALD T. RANSOM EDWARD B. RASMESSEN EMORY K. REES JULIUS B. RICHMOND ROBERT D. ROANE CARL ROHDE ROBERT H. IROSENTI-IAL ALBERT R. RYAN ROBERT E. RYDE NORMAN SCHOEPPEL WILSON J. SELBJAN-SELDON PAUL A. SIMS ROBERT C. SIVERT PAUL A. SMITH JOHN A. SNYDER JOHN W. SBALDING HENRY J. SPANJER, JR. EDWIN L. STOLL CARL R. STOVER IRVING SURIE LEWIS TANNER WALTER M. TURNER GEORGE B. VASEN EDWARD F. WEBB MAURACE H. WELLS WALTER S. WORMSER Ficllte Pnrl Dyson Kirkpatrick Clausxen Webb Ryan Anderson Albin Pieper Gossard Achenbach Larrabcc 'Hummel Spalding Lucier Massie Clement Hamman Fonnie Bruner Spanjer Gnziano I Smxrh Edmonds Rees Ferguson Surie Crowley Nelson Glover Ehrlich Sivert Snyder Wells Dietz Turner Guynn Parrish Logan Feldman Vascn Ronne Hipp Holzy Rasmessen Hull Gardner Levin Hill Hough Bottcron Morlenson Meek Bodman Dc Wcmlf Kluberg Sclmeppcl Hudson Richmond Lieberman Herbs! Ransom Ham Greider Carson Fiske Neidlmrnlr Condee Airkcn Sroll Fellinger Adams Cohn Tanner Pulliam Franklin KKK 4444444444444CKKKKKKCKKKCKKKKC44 Page 346 NcC.IIliitvr Spear Bull Wclwrg Armsirnng IbAll Dolan Knors Ingalls Lowry Riley RIIlxiIIsoII Adkixsuii Klan lirwin BIIIIIII Iirieml Boyce Swann Myers Brock Alidcrxmi Berry Puwuri Decker S.IInInnIIR Vance Foster Iickurr Brunk CAIN: Picrvon Lcnnnrtl Kunz Buyer Blair Dillon Mcrrinur Simi Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 Twenty-eight Active Chapters MARIA LEONARII, A.M. LOUISE B. DUNIIAR, PII.D KATHRYN A. ADKISSON MARJORIE R. ANDERSON MARY A. ARMSTRONG DoRo'I'IIEA M. I.IliR!lY IIETTY M. BLAIR F. ELIZABIi'l'H IIOOTH WILLALIANE BOYCE GAIL 1. BOYER NANCY M. BRANYAN CHRISTINE J. BROGR THISLMA L. BROOK KA ILLINOIS CHAPTER To t'IIt'011l'tlgl' mul rmuard high sclaolarsbijn among flu' 'ZUOHIFII of flu' fl'f'.YlHIIt1lI rlaxx at the U'l1lV6'VSify of Illinois FACULTY Nllflilllill Prv.IiIlI'ul IILIZANOR LI. MIELRE .... ' SI-nior Arlingr ROSALIE M. PARK, PH.D IRliNli' D. PIIiRsoN, A.B. RUTI-I A. NVARIIALL, A.M. GliORGIAI.liE I!-uI.I. M. JANE CAIILE DGRGTHY DliAI. NIARTIENA Ii. DECRIQR DoRo'I'IIY DILI.oN CATHERINE Ii. IJOLAN IfI.IiANOR DoLI:II EVIILYN E. IICKIEIKT SUE M. ERXVIN ANNA O. FSPEVIK VIRGINIA li. FOSTISR MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M. IfI.IZABli'I'H FRIEND Ru'I'I-I ll. I'IARTl.liY .IuI.IA I'IliNDI2RSON JULIA I. I'IliRMIli MAIKY D. IIIALL I..II.LIAN INGAI.Ls AIDliI.li j. IIIQNKS ANNA L. JENSEN MAIKY ul. KIIaNTzI.Iz SARA KLASS NIARY M. KOORS ANNAMARIE KUNZ GRACE L. LIESENIIAIIL CAROLYN S. LQWRY LII.LIAN A. Mc:CALLIsTI2R VIRGINIA R. MERRINIIR Gl5NIiVl1iVIi IVIYIERS VIRGINIA I,AI.lf'RliY JUNE D. l'EI.LIa'I"I' GEQIIGIANNA PowIaRs NIKNC11' F. RILEY -IRAN F. RoIIINsoN I.AVIiRNIi M. SAMMONS I:I.ORI5NCE B. SIMS FRANCES L. SPEAR VIRGINIA L. SWANN LOUISE TRIIIIBLE DORIS VANCZI5 FLORA M. VAN CI.EvI2 VIRGINIA M. VIssER MARY j. WliBIiliG MILIIREI1 Ll. NVlI.SON Founded, University of Missouri, 1909 Seventeen Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER To recognize bigb .sclvolarsloip in fbe jozzrzmlixuz school FACULTY CHARLIas L. ALLEN, A.M. IIURRUS S. DIc:RINsoN, Pl'l.D. LAWRENGII W. MUREHY, AMN L,-I--I-, D, REUIIL R. BARLOXV, A.M. O1'I'IO C. I.IiI'l'Iilk, A.B. lfRI-:IIRII:R S. SIEIIERT, A.B., ,I.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY NA'l'1XI.lA M. BEL'I'ING WILLIAM H. JUDY KIUNIAI E. PARSONS -losIaI-I-I H. SUMMERS MARY F. COMER MARRY bl. LEISENRING HAROLD G. ROHTTGIQR XV. PHILLII1s TAl.B0'l' IILBERT L. HERIKON Ru'I'II G. IVICCLAIN ,lol-IN L. S'l'ROl'IM I Murphy Belting Pnrxnni Dickinson Herron Tallmt ,lI.IIlI' Comer Srruliin Lciwnring Rocttgcr 1'ffxf' .I 47 V I ' 0 V PF 4 Q IOV1 UTCB O FFIUJCUQ L A ,FE Q ,131 f? OT' 'f ic' . F I S JCBSKG ff, Laene om ation anJ flweq , W4 N 5 Yi xx ' 'I wfflw 'clggklgass h u e. . . 1 . cveai: a I -- f ' T551 Jgepen I x xx ij? Q-Tj 1 - 1 - if - 'f" R N5 1 f 0-14 4 1 :QR , Q X If wil I l f Z 'W K f X f ' x f u Z Q + I 7 i X fx li xx V - Rx f X - GRGANIZATICNS Seleeei We weelel lee quiJceJUH01n0I meeeaegieee he meme e? ee if if weve not ,fee the existence ef flee numev- eee eeeael eegemeefieee on eempee. Memeeeeksp an Jeleeee eeeeleee e epaeif ef leeelfe mA eeepeeeihiliee, not eele, fe efleee Mivadeele QHJ gvoups Lwjc to flee Ueavefeeafe Hzselyi, Wkiele eleheewsee WM lee atsenf. Young mem QHJ wemee Ueeee fe p,ace in flee leeelf.geeenJ mem, e? izjweiv ew eelfiele ieeeeeefe 0:13 to Weele Emo the beef inlce-rfesis ef flee Ieegee gvoup ....., , Tl-JQ LILY DONE IN Tl-IQ SDIQING 2:n'?mn'.. K 1.gg,iQg1Rkg X 3 W ' ...qi1j+1y.p7,g?4,.,ii , 0 M Q ' - 1 wr'-nf' .w1"'Qi" , ' ' , X Q11 ""Y1'EW+ ,wwf-. N . V ,,, .f , ' N ' 1 ,pq H 11 wov br .73 vet c' --Jclw , - 95 ' J ' G Q7 ' 1 A 1,7 - xv 'X mLJ9Q?lgJ Q -- -31 1 As n Info lx ox closer veationslmi xg fame uno . 1 xx. 0 If V ,r, , X L if Nw -if , f hx x i A' 'lbw sx "M, ' . X ,7 f f X QM Q f X N W Z X X J XJx'SJ,jw W W! FRATERNITIES Index to Social Fraternities Acacia . . 356 Phi Gamma Delta 387 Alpha Chi Rho . 357 Phi Kappa . 388 Alpha Chi Sigma . 358 Phi Kappa Psi 389 Alpha Delta Phi . V p 359 Phi Kappa Sigma 390 Alpha Epsilon Pi . 360 Phi Kappa Tau . 391 Alpha Gamma Rho . 361 Phi Mu Delta 392 Alpha Kappa Lambda . . 362 Phi Pi Phi . 393 Alpha Rho Chi . . 363 Phi Sigma Kappa . 394 Alpha Sigma Phi . . 364 Pi Kappa Alpha . 395 Alpha Tau Omega . . 365 Psi Upsilon . 396 Beta Sigma Psi . . 366 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 397 Beta Theta Pi . 367 Sigma Alpha Mu . 398 Chi Beta . . 368 Sigma Chi . . 399 Chi Phi . . 369 Sigma Delta Kappa 400 Chi Psi . . . 370 Sigma Delta Rho . 401 Delta Alpha Epsilon . . 371 Sigma Nu . . 402 Delta Chi . . . . 372 Sigma Phi Epsilon 403 Delta Kappa Epsilon . . 373 Sigma Phi Sigma . 404 Delta Phi . . . . 374 Sigma Pi . 405 Delta Sigma Lambda . 375 Tau Delta Phi . 406 Delta Sigma Phi . 376 Tau Epsilon Phi . 407 Delta Tau Delta . 377 i Tau Kappa Epsilon 408 Delta UPSHOH ' ' 378 Theta Chi . . 409 Farm House ' 379 Theta Delta Chi . 410 Kappa Delta Rho . 380 Theta Kappa Phi 0 411 Kappa Sigma . . 381 Lambda Chi Alpha . 382 Theta Upsilon Omega 412 Phi Beta Delta . 383 Theta Xi ' ' 413 Phi Delta Phi 384 Triangle - 414 Phi Delta Theta . 385 Zeta Beta Tau . 415 Phi Epsilon Pi 386 Zeta Psi . 416 Fw 354 Aeaeia W. B1.AINE ADAMS C. RICHARD REIFSTECK Alpha Chi Rho DONALD F. BARKLEY JOHN B. KUNEY Alpha Della Phi LEN H. SMALL GUY R. WILLIAMS Alpha Epsilon Pi MILTON M. RAM JACK RUBIN Alpha Gamma Rho PARKER J. ERICKSON HUBERT J. FOMBELLE Alpha Kappa Lamhzla WILLIAM H. BARRICK W. JACKSON BURNS Alpha Kappa Pi LESTER A. JOHNSON WILLIAM P. MACLEAN Alpha Rho Chi ' GEORGE F. FRITZINGER SAVO M. STOSI-IITCI-I Alpha Sigma Phi JOSEPH H. BELAIR ROBERT A. WYNES Alpha Tau Omega Interfraternity Council Established, 1911 OFFICERS LAWSON H. FLANAGAN . . . . President F. Ross HILES . . Vice-Presizlenf WALTER W. LINDER . . Secretary LLOYD M. JOSHEL . . Treasurer W. BLAINE ADAMS ..... Sergeant CABINET MEMBERS GEORGE D. BARNES LOUIS H. GOEBEL ROBERT L. FABER ROBEIKT G. WIESE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Bela Theta Pi ELBERT L. HERRON KARL V. ROI-ILEN Chi Bela WILLIAM W. BUSHNELL Chi Phi GEORGE L. STAUDT WES1.IEY O. WIGGINTON Chi Psi CHARLES C. CURIKY KENNETH J. PETTIGIKEW Della Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM E. HAGENBUCK JOHN G. JUNIUS Della Chi RAYMOND P. MCCIKOSKEY Della Kappa Epsilon LAWSON H. FLANAGAN ALBERT M. SNOOK Della Phi DIXON D. MOOIKI-IEAD CHARLES B. YOUNGER Delia Sigma Lamlula XVILLIAM A. DEAN JAMES G. KANDAIKAS Della Sigma Phi EUGENE A. FISCI-IER HOWAIKD F. STINTON LEVIS D. BRADS1-IAW FRED H. BYERGO Bela Psi MILTON G. BERG WILLIAM F. BOBZIE Bela Sigma Psi FRED E. DUEKER Della Tan Delta THOMAS C. GATELY JAMES L. JOHNSON N Delia Upsilon HUGI1 L. RAY WII.LIAM C. WAGGONEIK, ROBERT D. JACOBSON JR. Farm House ROBERT D. ARMSTRONG VERNON M. ECKERT Kappa Della Rho JAY R. PRILLAMAN ROBERT G. WIESE Kappa Sigma GEORGE D. BARNES MOUNTEORT H. SMITH Lamlula Chi Alpha CARL H. GRAHL CHARLES N. WAGNEI1 Phi Bela Della JOSEPH S. GERBER I-IAROLD H. JACOBS Phi Delia Thefa CLINTON O. CLARK, JR. BARTON A. CUMMINGS Phi Epsilon Pi IRVING A. CI-IAVIN HERBERT B. JOSEPH Phi Gamma Delta PHILIP E. GORE GEORGE H. SHEVLIN, JR. Phi Kappa JOHN A. CASSIN JOHN T. IDUIVIVNER Phi Kappa Psi WALTER C. BROWN WALTER C. STRAKOSH Phi Kappa Sigma F. ROSS HILES ROBERT S. RUMMLER Phi Kappa Tan PAUL E. COTTON FILLMORE W. GALATY Phi Mu Della LYI-'ORD A. GSELL ARTH UR E. SERWICH Phi Pi Phi J. WESLEY FLORETH KERMIT M. PENNINGTON Phi Sigma Kappa ROBEIKT L. FABER - LAWRENCE N. JENSEN Pi Kappa Alpha C. KENT LEEPER Psi Upsilon WILLIAM J. ENNIS WILLIAM E. LINTON Sigma Alpha Epsilon HAROLD G. BAUMAN WALTER W. GREAR Sigma Alpha Mu WILLIAM J. GOLDBERG MAUIKICE H. SCHY Sigma Chi EDWARD T. MCDAVID JOSEPH E. MANN Sigma Della Rho LOUIS H. GOEBEL RAYMOND A. LARSON Sigma Nu ALVIN H. BERNDT WILLIAM B. MCKINSTRY, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilon GLENN C. AMES T. HARIKY JACKSON Sigma Phi Sigma JERRIAN W. REAM ROBEIKT C. REINI-IARDT Sigma Pi I-IOBART L. BOYD ROBERT G. WARMBOLD Tan Delia Phi CHARLES J. LERNER STANLEY ORNSTEIN Tau Epsilon Phi EDWARD S. GROSSMAN IRWIN H. NEWMAN Tau Kappa Epsilon NORMAN C. KENT FRANK R. MERCEIK Theia Chi LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR DONALIJ P. COOMBE Thefa Delta Chi LEE M. BURKEY, JR. CHARLES H. CO1-'EIN Theia Kappa Phi JOHN S. GILL RUSSELL M. PERSHELL Theta U psilon Omega DONALD RICHARDSON WILLIAM F. WERNLE Thefa Xi SAMUEL H. LAW ROBERT J. SINDELAR Triangle DAVID K. HAIKIKIS ROBERT F. LINGREN Zefa Bela Tan EDWARD P. BERRY LESLIE A. EPSTEIN Zefa Psi BRUCE A. KING, JR. FREDRICK J. PORT, JR. 'Q'-1' Linder Joshcl Adams Hiles Flanagan Page 355 I- Fozzmlm' . UNIVERSITY OF MICIIIGAN, 1904 l A Twenty-eight Active Chapters .. HETH CHAPTER . . Established, 1906 S01 East Daniel Street 1" fl - rx , lvl I ',Qae Stringer Isnmingcr Sharp Mnue Rendcy Munv Palmer Anderson Cross Whiresel Reifsrcck Strange Hursh West Archer Moore L.iffoon Hnckleman Adams Sunderman Duncghue Nield Segner Knuvrek Br.-rgschneider Becker Lloyd Smith Macklin Hampy I FACULTY LUTHER B. AIXCHER, M.S., E.E. ALONZO P. KRATZ, M.S. PEMBROKE H. BROWN, PH.D. HARRY G. PAUL, PH.D. WILLIAML.BURLISON, PH.D.,D.AGR. IRVING L. PETERSON, B.S. GEORGE E. EKBLAW, PH.D. FRANCIS M. PORTER, M.S. RUSSELL T. GREGG, PH.D. RAY I. SI-IAWL, M.S. CHARLES F. HOTTES, PH.D. JOHN C. SPITLER, B.S. RALPH K. HURSH, B.S. JOHN K. TUTHILL, B.S., E.E. GRADUATE STUDENTS HENRY V. MOORE ROBERT J. WEST THEODORE L. WHITESEL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors RUSSELL E. I-IACKLEMAN JOHN T. STRINGER CLARENCE M. ANDERSON HERMAN F- HAMPY S0p1,0.,,,0,e5 FREDERICK E. ISAMINGER, JR.CYRIL R- LAFFOON WALLACE J. CROSS JAMES W, MECKLIN MARSHALL T. MUNZ ROBERT W. HURSH GENE W. PALMER C. RICHARD REIFSTECK QWEN C. MAUE JOHN W' READEY CLYDE D. SEGNER WILLIAM J. SUNDERMAN juniors LESTER T. SHARP Freshmen W. BLAINE ADAMS ' E. ELSTON STRANGE CHESTER F. BECRER M. Ross BERGSCHNEIDER DONALD M. DONEGHUE ROBERT M. KNOVREK JAMES H. LLOYD MELVIN M. NIELD HORACE A. SMITH A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 3 56 LPHA CHI RHO ,Z-Ig' . Founded . . . TRINITY COLLEGE, 1895 'ii' I F, Twenty-two Active Chapters ..fj?'- fo. I ,y wtf.-I PHI KAPPA CHAPTER . Escablishcd, 1916 ' 311 East Armory Avenue Cf I I, ' .. f'-- - ---vu: "Y -vw . 1. I, ef. ,. , A .A , . h J, , , I ,,ll,,r , . w A ' : J . ' -.wg:z1b.J2s5qg,yf,I.,,L Holty Brons Cullcrton Davis Rclmnn E.l'OltI:iger Tucker D'AmbrDSiO I-larch Muorc Nclwon Runnc Ludlow Barkley Drcsslcr Sclimiml I.:Iub Parke Simpson Myers SlIcrlJcrgcr Tron Hocfcr Mntlicw Worixmlcy Kuncy Miller Austin I'IOfIman Wisnaisky A. llotlcigcr Slwllun Murphy Goodmillcr Brock Ifnrszcr Tanner Manning Sells Daly Snow FACULTY FRANK E. SCHOOLEY, B.S. JOHN E. SWEET, B.S. Seniors WILBUR W. BINGAMAN JOHN U. SCHMID Juniors GEORGE T. AUSTIN WARREN W. HOEFER THEODORE HOFFMAN JOHN B. KUNEY DAVID W. MATHEW HAROLD B. MILLER HOWARD R. MOORE FRED W. TANNER, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS ALFRED W. BORG, JR. WILLIAM J. GILLILAND WILLIAM P. BUCHANAN C. JEROME NELSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MERLE W. MYERS I'IIiNRY W. PARKE ARNOLD J. POTTEICER RICHARD M. SHELTON WILLIAM M. SIMPSON WARREN 0. WISNASKY MYRON L. WORMLEY Sopbomorcs DONALD F. BARKLEY WILLIAM J. BRONS JOHN E. CULLERTON -JAMES J. D,AMBROSIO BYRON B. 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LEIIIILA -IOHN A. SCIIAAD JEROME B. SWARTZ MILO E. BIXLER SCHEURING S. FIERKE WILLIAM E. LUNDQUIST MARVIN T, SCHMIDT 'ACK T. THUR5-I-ON WlLI.lAM F. BRADLEY GIIEN C. FINGER CHARLES N. MCCARTY M L S V TOOIFY RAYMOND W. CAMPBELL HENRY D. FOSTER RICIIARD H. MCCOY Ax ' PEALMAN ME ' " AIOIIN E. CLIEMIENS JOHN L. GRING CHARLES R. NAliSER RODWUCK W' SPENCV HARRY T- VM'- WESLEY S. COE EUGENE I-I. l'IUl-'FMAN GIi0IiGIE M. POHLISR ROBERT R. STERRETT DONALD H. WEST MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Svuiorx RICIIARD D. TURNER STANLEY H. GRIEEIN O'rTo C. KLEIN RICHARD AI. HlCKliY liRLAND LANNITRUU .IAMES A. MCHARD EIJMUNIJ S. PERACCIIIO GEORGE B. PI-IELIIS ARTHUR E. WILLIAMS IIIIIIOVX ALLAN J. BARNEY H. .IOSEI-I-I CAQUELIN FRIED COOK l'lARRY O. HI5HNliR T. DONALID ROBERTSON So 1760 mo rr.: FREDERICK G. CROAD PAUL W. I'll2NLINE FRANK MAGGIo F rvxb men ARNOLD K. GAHISL ROY H. WEISENBORN A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 3 58 Founded . . HAMILTON COLLEGE, 1832 Q Twenty-seven Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER . 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ALFRED D. HUSTON, A.M. EGBERT E. NEARPASS, B.P. ARTHUR B. MAYS, A.M. CHARLES M. WPIITLO, M.S. Seniors VERNON A. FORSBERG CARL R. GAIRING WILLIAM E. HAGENBUCK GORDON M. HOWATT FLOYD H. HUGHES WILLIAM G. LINDNER FRED D. RANDALL HOWARD E. SEARS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors VICTOR BALL HERBERT O. BARNES OSVER P. CARMI HOWARD H. HEYMAN JOHN G. JUNIUS CLIFFORD H. PLUMMER So pbomo rcs MARCUS V. BREWSTER WILLYS L. BUSCH EMMERY E. EBBERT N. PAUL GERDEN LLOYD A. GODING HARRY D. HAGENBUCK LANCDON C. PERKINS NORBEIKT SCHENK WILLIAM A. SCHULZ Frcfsbvrzen KENNETH N. CARVER JAMES E. HFZIZEIX ROBERT C. KELSO ALLEN J. MEIKRICK GORDON MIDDLETON JAMES E. OSDORN FREDERICK L. SAUER XVILLIAM D. TEMPLETON HAIKLAND D. WARREN NORNIAN F. WI-IITEHEAD WILLIAM T. WHITEI-IEAD X E O Tl P Z T Y' cb ' X NP Q Page 371 Founded . . CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1890 Thirty-seven Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER . . Established, 1923 1111 South First Street Valcnra N. McG,pwon 2 Powers 'L Thompson Behling G. 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SWIKLE F reslrm en EUGENE C. BAUER CLARENCE H. BE!-IN STANLEY G. BERGBORN ROBERT L. BUCKLEN CASMIR GREGORSKI CLARK E. HINCKLEY WILBERT J. KOKES JOSEPH A. KOWALSKI LESTER E. LUNDQUIST CECIL S. MADAUS NORWOOD F. MOORE I-IOMER A. REID GEORGE P. SGI-IWEITZER JOHN V. TRACY A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 3 72 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON FOUIIIIICII . . YALE UNIVERSITY, 1844 Forty-eight Active Chapters DELTA PI CHAPTER . . Established, 1904 902 South Second Street X A . .gf NT Melxarry Binford Flanagan Sykes B. Hill Eastman Day M.IrkwortlI J. P. Madden Snook Prenger Abralualn Sawyer Howell Balmer Kelly Hccr J. Il. Madden BnelI:IIInn Hess Eaton Riegel XViggins Aitken Loyd Heinlein Barr Dccm Arnold MacCIintock Olson Lcssel Buchan Hicks Sackctt Murphy Reynolds Garvey J. Hill Senio rs GEORGE E. ABRAHAM THOMAS M. BAKER JOHN F. DAY THOMAS W. EASTMAN LAWSON H. FLANAGAN ROBERT R. HEER BENJAMIN W. HILL JOHN P. MADDEN JOHN P. SAWYER GEORGE E. SCHAEFER GENE WILLIS FACULTY RAY L. BURNELL, F.A., B.S. RALPH M. HOLMES, A.M. BRUCE R. FOOTE, B.MUs. GEORGE H. REED, PH.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors ROBERT J. BINFORD, JR. JAMES D. HEINLEIN WILLIAM H. HOWELL MARTIN H. IVIARKWORTI-I JOHN F. MEHARRY JOSEPH W. PRENGER ALBERT M. SNOOK Sopbomores CLARENCE S. AITKEN LEONARD C. BARR RALPH E. BUCHANAN CLYDE L. EATON M. CLARK HESS, JR. JAMES W. HILL ERNEST B. KELLY ELBERT H. LOYD FREDERICK W. LOYD JAMES B. MADDEN ROBERT W. RIEGEL HEATON H. SYKES FREDERICK T. WIGGINS, JR. F 1'L'Sb171C'1l JACK'C. ARNOLD ROBERT B. BUCHAN CLARK O. DEEM DEAN O. GARVEY LENARD HICKS JACK G. LESSEL CHAIKLES MACCLINTOCK T. PEYTON MURPPIY A. ELDON OLSON WILLIAM G. REYNOLDS WILLIAM L. SACKETT N 5 O TI P 2 T T an x sv Pffsf 171 '1' I iflfifi ,A'5 n Founded . . UNION COLLEGE, 1827 Fifteen Active Chapters '43 Q TAU CHAPTER . . Established, 1920 I.-fgilfif, 1008 South Fourth Street Hicks Melville Lawson Gunn Kerr Vandcnbcrg McNeil J. Jones McKcag Pflagcr McMahon Rose Muns Castle Allen Fisher Horsley Lnubcr Kinderman Younger Sommer Moorhead Brown W. Stewart Lundem Iverson Rehm R. Stewart Chowcn Seniors W. CARL ALLEN MACK C. JONES ROBERT H. KINDERMAN WALTER R. MCKEAG JOHN J. MCNEIL FRANCIS H. MUNS JOHN R. SOMMER FACULTY EDWARD G. FISHER, A.M. WILLIAM H. RAYNER, C.E., M.S. CHARLES L. STEWART, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENT ROBERT S. BROWN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors JOHN C. JONES WILLARD H. KERR JACK E. MCMAHON DONALD B. MELVILLE DIxON D. MOORHEAD MILLER S. PFLAGER VERNON G. ROSE R. FINLEY STEWART, JR. CHARLES B. YOUNGER So plaom ores MILLARD E. CASTLE JAN V. GUNN ROBERT L. HICKS JACK E. HORSLEY ROBERT R. LAUBER ROBERT C. LAWSON Freshmen RICHARD H. CHOWEN ROY IVERSON, JR. EUGENE P. LUNDEM LAWRENCE H. REHM WILLIAM D. STEWART, JR EDWARD E. VANDENBERG 9 I K A M A B I' A E Z H Page 174 DELTA SIGMA LAMBDA Fonmlcd . UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1921 Eleven. Active Chapters ETA CHAPTER . . 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FULLER, B.F.A. CHARLES C. CURTIS, A.M., J.D. HAROLD D. TRIMBLE, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENTS M. LAGI-ILAND CRISSEY EUGENE S. LEITER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors juniors Sopbomores Freshmen STANLEY H- BOYI-E FRED M. CHAPMAN JAMES C- BAGG LEROY 0 BROOKS MORGAN L. EDWARDS, JR. B G ROBERT W. DRALLMEIER A EUGENE A. FISCHER QCA ' B AIZLE WAYNE D. HUDSON DONALD W' CHAISTIANSEN GEORGE W. GALLOWAY OBERT ' ICKS JOI-IN V. HUNTER ELDER R. REICHERTS WILLIAM H. GATES RICHARD F' HUXMANN LEO G. JURJOVEC LYNN W. RENNE FRED C. HANDS R01-I-EN H- SMITH WILLIAM H. PAUL LEVERNE D. HUDSON PAUL E. WARD EDWARD B. RASMESSEN, JR. THOMAS B' WHXTEHOUSE HOWARD F. STINTON GLENN C. WILLIAMS HENRY J. SPANJER, JR. WILLIAM A. WI-IITEHOUSE A B I' A E Z H 6 I K A M Page 3 76 Fozmrlcd . . BETHANY COLLEGE, 185 9 Seventy-five Active Chapters BETA UPSILON CHAPTER . Estalalislled, 1872 302 East John Street . 71' 4. ,..., 4 . I' I l L 'i I . 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AMES SMITHERS DONALD P. STEVENS I-IODGE S. TAYLOR RICHARD L. THACKER JOHN A. THEODORE RALPH C. WALTER F resbmen B. WILLIAM ACHESON LEE G. ALLEN WARREN S. AXTELL MARION M. BURSON RICHARD A. CAGANN RICHARD B. FAY DONALD C. FRAZIER ROBERT L. LLOYD ROGER MARRIOTT MARTIN S. MORGAN CHARLES W. NUNN GEORGE E. PETERSON CHARLES A. PETRY, JR L. KEITH SHELL DELTA UPSIL Frnzmlwl . . WILLIAMS COLLEGE, 1834 Sixty-one Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER . . Establisllccl, 1905 312 East Armory Avenue Margravc Baker Poole Rice Twiclwll R. Benedict Ray E. Fadum Piper Wilkinson LclIIn.InII Scaife Waggoncr Autcn Guynn Larson Jolmxon Ross Chcssman Langdon Bcvis Hoxking Board Cochrane Tisch Taylor Kern Flaningam 'Chapman H. lfadum Elliott Potter lircdc Hennesscy Kimball Marble Horaeck Anderson Baldwin Bcrcher FACULTY ERNEST BERNBAUM, PH.D. WILLIAM HABBERTON, PH.D. GILBERT H. CADY, PH.D. J. WILLIAM KENNEDY, A.B. ARTHUR F. DODGE, A.M. KARL B. LOHMANN, M.L.A. Seniors JOSEPH E. BAKER ROGER H. BENEDICT E. RALPH FADUM WILLIAM M. LANGDON HUGH L. RAY WILLIAM N. TAYLOR MALCOLM K. TWICYIELL WILLIAM B. WARD NATPIAN WILKINSON juniors PHILIP S. AUTEN MAIKCUS S. GOLDMAN, PH.D. WILLIAM TRELEASE, D.SC.,LL.D , GRADUATE STUDENTS CAIKROLL T. Cox JAMES D. PIPER EDWARD SALE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY THOMAS BOARD HENRY J. HORACEK ALVIN S. LEHMANN DON MARBLE ROBERT D. POOLE ARTHUR L. RICE ROBEIKT R. SCAII-'E So pbo morcs R, MA URICE BLACKARD HAIKOLD E. CHAPMAN, JR. HEIKBERT L. CI-IESSMAN MILETUS L. FLANINGAM, JR. WILLIAM D. GUYNN PRESTON K. JOHNSON, JR. HOWARD H. KERN JOHN A. LARSON GERALD E. MARGIKAVE WILLIAM C. WAGGONER, Fl'L'Sl77IIt'Il RALPH F. ANDERSON ROBERT L. BALDWIN WVILLIAM BERCHER JR. JOSEPH BEVIS WELBERT G. COCHRANE, JR. EDWARD O. ELLIOTT HANS R. FADUM RICHARD H. FREDE GILBERT H. HENNESSEY RICHARD T. I-IOSRING, JR. P. EARL KIMBALL W. STEWART POTTER GEORGE W. ROSS, JR. WALDO TISCH A B I' A E Z H 9 I K A Page 378 RM HOUSE .Fozmdcrl . 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MORIKIS BUCHMAN JAMES H. DAVIS MILBOURN F. DEMUNN JAMES R. DUNSETH IVOL B. HAGEN KARL H. KAINZ LEE A. RODGERS BYRON D. 'TI-IIER E O TI P Z T Y' Cb X WP Q Page' 379 I U 1 . 'KAPPA DELTA RHO Fozmrlecl . . MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, 1905 Nineteen Active Chapters ,'fI'.:'j5 ETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1921 "d"':".:' 1110 Williamson Street ' . me-QB Hynd O'Lcary Hannnpcl Jcstcn J. Vernon Schncht Zichm Partlow Prillnman Geisler Ebcmmlm- J. R. Rusbomugh Jacobs l7.Vcrnon Hby Wim J.II.Rosb firlill gh W.-gnu Ekmbm Armsrrong Burrill sam... Leslie HH., Ludcrs Robb... Mitchell Flora Hoogszroal Weber I FACULTY HUGH A. BROWN, M.S., E.E. HORACE M. GRAY, PH.D. ROBERT D. CARMICHAEL, PH.D. ROBERT B. ORLOVICH, A.M. EDWARD J. FILBEY, PH.D., C.P.A. HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. GRADUATE STUDENTS JOHN H. ARMSTRONG WILLIAM JACOBS EDWARD C. EBERSPACHER, JR. RICHARD M. KING DONALD S. HOY JOsEIfI-I R. ROSBOROUGH Seniors WILLIAM M. ACHILLES CARL W. EKSTROM HOWARD R. HANNAPEL JAMES B. ROSBOROUGH JOHN H. SCI-IACHT EVERETT F. WAGNER ROBERT G. WIESE FRANK J. VERNON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors CHARLES R. LESLIE RICHARD H. LUDERS JAY R. PRILLAMAN OSCAR D. ROBERTS EUGENE L. STRAWN ROBERT N. WEBER RICHARD V. WINANS LEONARD H. ZIEHM Sopbomorcs RICHARD C. HAMMERQUIST HAROLD F. JESTER WILLIAM E. O,LEARY ROBERT D. PARTLOW RALPH E. SIEMON JOHN T. VERNON F resbmen ROBERT E. AURAND ROGER W. BURRILL HARRY M. FLORA RAYMOND A. GEISLER V. WILBERT HAAG HARRY HOOGSTROAL HARRY F. HYND ROBERT M. MI'TCHELL A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page '3 Bo KAPP .,. Founded . . UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1869 ,f'J!w::Q1,.:"' One Hundred Eight Active Chapters 1 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER . Established, 1891 'Zjfj J Q 3 212 East Daniel Street Q 1 Derrough Spence Barnes Middleton Spooner McDougal Carruthers Danielson Cullinan Long Bauerle Petroshius Grieve Kaar Ham R. E. Zuppke Vcsper Vclde Eichstaedt Anger Cooper Van Etta Cornell Flachmann Mitchell Foster Berne: Bennett Usborne Haas Long Smith Summers Toncnlf Blanche West Gustafson Blackstone Layer Brouk Healy johnson Caponaslu Burton FACULTY CHARLES E. BRADEURY, M.F.A. REYNOLD C. FUsoN, PH.D. WINSOR W. BRowN, B.S. STANLEY W. HALL, B.S. CECIL V. DoNovAN, B.P., M.F.A. ALBERT T. HELBING, PH.D. WALTER F. FRESE, A.M., C.P.A. GEORGE A. HUEE, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors DoN W. THACKER Sopbomores EDWARD W. ANGER, JR. ALLEN R. BENNETT HENRY S. BERNET WALTER M. ENGER CHARLES R. FLACHMANN CRESTON J. FosTER MARLIN F. HAAS C. WILLIAM HAMILTON CARL S. LONG FRANCIS J. MCTAGGART FRANCIS M. MITCHELL MOUNTFORT H. SMITH WILLIAM A. SuMMERs JOHN TONCOFF JOHN W. UsBoRNE junior: GEORGE D. BARNES WILBUR F. DANIELsoN ROBERT M. DERRouGH BERTRAM M. LONG DONALD E. LOOMIS WILLIAM S. MIDDLETON WILLIAM E. SPENCE JOHN M. SPOONER PAUL T. TALBOTT ROBERT K. BAUERLE JOSEPH F. CooIfER, JR. EDWARD L. CORNELL, JR. DUANE A. CULLINAN ROBERT S. GRIEVE WILBURT D. HAM JOSEPH W. KAAR RALPH S. MoRGAN R. WILSON VOORHEES Freshmen STERLING A. BLACKSTONE FRED W. BLANCHE JOHN J. Bnoux MYRES S. McDouGAL, A.M., J.S.D. HERBERT F. MOORE, M.E., D.Sc. IVAN WRIGHT, PH.D. ROBERT C. ZUIIPKE, PH.B. JOHN BURTON RAY CAPONASH THOMAS H. CARRuTHERs THOMAS W. CASPER VERNQN R. EICHSTAEDT WAYNE A. GUSTAFSON CLARK HEALY ROBERT L. JOHNSON RUSSELL W. LAYER RAY PETROSHIUS JAMES VAN ETTA JOHN E. VELDE, JR. ALBERT R. VESPER DEAL J. WEST ROBERT E. ZUPPRE N E O TT P Z T Y' Cb X YP in Page 381 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ".. 1 Q ' -fo X ' 1 A ry TT 'Q Q. 'rf' Foumlczl . . BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1909 Eighty-four Active Chapters CHI ZETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1915 -IYA"'X. i 209 East Armory Avenue Aulinskis Capnot Linder Beattie Johnson Grnlll Bnrchcrs Christensen Barnzlrd l:r.Iwr Tilgncr Butler Clurisrmnn Hanley Price Quill Carter ' llurIls.lll XY'.Igncr Wrzoxck Gannon G.IIIo Davis Gallnnd Hill Welch Smnsluxky Rudi Knowlton Walker Nash Livcsny Thompson McGlasson FACULTY HEIKBERT E. CARTER, PH.D. I'IAR'I'LEY D. PRICE, A.M. CARLIN F. GIBBS, M.S. LAURENCE L. QUILL, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENT JOHN H. HANLEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors PETER J. AULINSKIS LEONARD J. BEATTIE ROBERT B. BORCHERS AUIIREY J. BROWN I.OW12I.L J. CADOOT ROBERT F. CI-IRISTENSEN ARTHUR F. Cl-IRISTMAN JOHN R. FRASER CARL H. GRAHL HOWARD O. JOHNSON WALTER W. LINDER CHARLES G. TILGNER juniors GUY C. BARNARD JAMES J. BUTLER EDMUND H. DAVIS MICHAEL R. GALLAND FRANK GANNON CLIFTON W. GANO CYRIL L. WRZOSEK S0 pbomo rcs EMMET W. BURDSALL CHARLES N. WAGNER Fl'C'Sb1llL'1l VERNON HILL PERRY C. KNOWLTON DONALD K. LAMBIRD WILLIAM C. LIVESAY DREXEL E. MCCORMACK SCOTTIE H. MCGLASSON HOXVARD L. NASH HENRY L. RADI ROBERT H. SANDUSKY ARTHUR K. THOMPSON JOHN W. WALKER JAY C. WELCH B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 3 82 PHI BETA DELTA Founrled . . COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, 1912 Thirty Active Chapters ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER . Established, 1934 810 South Third Street 4' ?.. 4 gl, ,fr ,x. .4 Silberberg Simons Goldman Berg Weiskrxlxf Rifkin Kreisel Litvin Goren Nclsnn jncuhx Gerber I.eI ner Mmtenky Seligxun Siegel AIIAIIIS Tuff Golden Greenberg Gault Simnn Burstein Goldberg Seniors BENJAMIN A. LERNER LEON SELIGSON juniors JOSEPH S. GERBER LEO G. GOLDBERG HAROLD H. JACOBS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ARTHUR J. MATENRY WILLIAM S. SILBERBERG HAROLD J. TAFF Sopbo mo rcs LOUIS A. ADAMS LAWRENCE L. GOLDEN HERBERT K. NELSON MARVIN B. SIEGEL MORTON SIMONS HENRY S. WEISKOPF F-resbmcn HAROLD H. BERG ROBERT I. BURSTEIN HOWARD H. GAULT ARNOLD GOLDMAN SIDNEY GOREN JEROME S. GREENBERG IRVING G. KIKEISEL ALBERT LITVIN BENJAMIN RIFKIN PAUL SIMON .t.,. ,,. N 5 OA TT P 2 T T an x YV Q Page 3 83 PH I DELTA P Foumlca' . UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 1869 Fifty-eight Active Chapters LANGDELL INN CHAPTER . Established, 1901 303 East John Street Vernon O'Ncnl Small Kuelm Hiller Barth Couchmm Arnold Du Valll I.cnclI Jonson Slxurr Bernd! Cooley Iiberspncller Porter Salle Cox Sullivan Benson Hall Winter Knnppenberger Iloffmnn liuelmnan Ottescn Powers Lewis Smitll Guuen llrusee Springer Abernathy Roslmrough Jacobs Eiseman Farrin Zeller Bennett Boyle Hannah Jones Allen Faragher McCarthy Badger Byrns Snecd FACULTY CHARLES C. CURTIS, J.D., A.M. OLIVER A. I'IARKER, DEAN FRANCIS S. RONALDS, PI-I.D. JAMES W. GARNER, PH.D., IZMIERITUS, A.M., LL.D. M'iRI'gn'liIIg ECHNEBLY' A'B" LL.D., LITT.D. OLIVER L. MCCASKILL, PI-I.B., Wh-TQR QUMMERSI AB., FREDERICK GREEN, A.M., LL.B. J.D. LL.B., J.D. Scniorx FLOYD R. ABERNA'rHY JOHN T. ALLEN WARREN H. BADGER CASLON K. BENNETT ALFRED W. BORG, JR. JOHN J. BRESEE FRANK W. BYRNS ROBERT V. FARAGI-IER HENRY W. HANNAH WILLIAM JACOBS ROGERS D. JONES GAZE IE. LUKAS ROBERT H. MCCARTHY ROBERT G. O'I'TESEN JAMES A. POWERS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOSEPH R. ROSBOROUGI-I CARL D. SNEED Irmiors WILLIAM B. ARNOLD WALTER D. BOYLE WII.LlAM P. BUCHANAN CARROLL T. Cox MIC!-IAEL H. FARRIN CHARLES R. FREDERICK ALBERT W. HALL BERNARD F. HOFFMAN BIERTEL E. JONSON T. GAILLARD KNAI-PENBERGER SIfIEI.'I'ON B. LEACH W. JEFFERSON LEWIS DANIEL A. SMITH, JR. WILLIAM SPRINGER RUSSELL N. SULLIVAN MORTIMER D. WILBER ROBERT L. WINTER F rcsbmcn JOHN H. BART!-I LOUIS E. BECKMAN, JR. I-IERvEY E. BENSON ALBERT H. BERNDT ISAAC N. COOLEY, JR. G. HENRY COUGHMAN KENNETH L. DU VALL EDWARD C. EBERSPACHER, JR FRIED R. EISEMAN VIZRNE A. FORSBERG G. ROBERT GAUEN KENNETH W. HILLER O. ROBERT KUEHN ROBERT M. LITTLE ROGER D. O'NEAL ROBERT B. PORTER EDWIN W. SALE CHARLES F. SHORT, JR. LEN H. SMALL FRANKLIN J. VERNON FRANK M. WILMER MILES A. ZELLER C9 I K A M A B I' A E Z H Puge 384 PHI DELTA THETA Foumled . . MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1848 in One Hundred Five Active Chapters W W I. ETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1893 309 East Chalmers Street . 6 ' s I 5 , , 'Aff' .2 I .LQ 1 Oehmkc W. Cutter Bowen Brewster Mcnkc Meek Snyder Stotler Maynard Good C. I. Keller Stocker Radelxaugh C. E. Keller Busey K. Smith Lantz Wagner Lewers Bailey Fleming Parker Wright G. B. Tawney Hipp R. Cutter North Miller L. Smith M.Beardsley Wilmer Seamans Dadant Layman Waterman Clark Mills Durfec McDonald Cummings Rapp Chapline Strauch Carson H. Beardsley Grossarth Heywood Pitney Rowland Brcnrley Pope Schreiber Seifried FACULTY NEIL C. BROOKS, PH.D. FRANK W. DE WOLF, B.S. WILLIAM A. OLDFATliER, PI-I.D., LL.D. HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, A.B. JUsTA M. LINDGREN, A.M. GUY A. TAWNEY, PH.D. HOMER A. DENNIs, A.M. GEORGE P. TUTTLE, B.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS W. WEEE JOHNsoN HARRIS A. Seniors HARVEY H. ACTON MELVILLE W. BEARDSLBY CLINTON O. CLARK, JR. BARTON A. CUMMINGS ROBERT H. DADANT THEODORE B. DURFEE DONALD H. KEIL NELSON H. LAYMAN DONALD MCDONALD CULVER C. MILLS THEODORE D. PARMELEE WILLIAM E. RAPP F. LAWRENCE SEAMANS HALL F. TEEMAN JOHN W. WATERMAN FRANK M. WILMER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY junior: JAMES L. ALLEN CLARK A. BAILEY WALTER H. DRAPER EDWARD J. FLEMING URBAN HIPP C. RICHARD LEWERS C. MARSHALL MILLER GEORGE A. PARKER, JR. LOUIS A. SMITH GEORGE B. TAWNEY MILTON H. WAGNER, JR. ROBERT C. WRIGHT Sophomore: DERIIICK L. BREWSTER WILLIAM W. CUTTER ROBERT O. GOOD S. CLAUDE HUTSON CHARLEs I. KELLER CHESTER E. KELLER JAMES F. MAYNARD DAVID F. MEEK DONALD M. MENKE C. MCDONALD OEHMKE Gus H. RADEBAUGH GEORGE F. SCHREIBER, JR. CARROLL E. SNYDER JOHN E. STOCKER HOWARD A. STOTLER, JR. l"rcIh1m'1z HENRY L. BEARDSLEY ROBERT W. BERCHER WILLIAM J. BOWEN WILLIAM A. BREARLEY CHARLES B. BUsEY, JR. JOSEPH R. CARSON JOHN R. CHAPLINE ROBERT L. CUTTER RICHARD N. ERIKSON ALBERT GROssARTH EDWIN F. HEYWOOD RAYMOND W. KEIL JAMES W. LANTZ, JR. JAMES E. NORTH ROBERT H. PITNEY ALLAN P. POI-E JAMES K. ROWLAND WILLIAM J. SEIFRIED KENNETH P. SMITH ALvIN L. SPURGEON ROBERT STRAUCH 1-L lgzriiltifw N 5 O IT P E T T fb x NP Q Page 385 PHI EPSILON PI Founded . . COLLEGE OF TI-IE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1902 Thirty-two Active Chapters PSI CHAPTER . . Established, 1920 907 South Third Street B. Hnsterlik Saipc I-Iofflmerg Freeman Kanter Nnchman Weinstein Fried Bnlkin Rubens Ehrlich Barmnn Gursmdt Pinsley Leavitt Liebling Franklin Rubin Blitzsrcn Kaplan Schwartz Klnwnns Joseph Grossman Simons Adler Frank Silverman Acker W. Hastcrlik Cohn Kohn Joshel Chnvin Seniors HOWARD G. ACKER IRVING A. CHAVIN NORMAN COHN WILLIAM B. HASTERLIK LLOYD M. JOSHEL BURTON B. KOHN juniors JOSEPH I. ADLER, JR. HERBERT L. FRANK GRADUATE STUDENT LEONARD J. HERTznERG MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JEFFREY L. FRIED BERNERD M. GROSSMAN HERBERT B. JOSEPH HYMAN H. KAPLAN SEYMOUR D. KLAWANS LESLIE SILVERMAN EDWARD G. SIMONS Sopbomorcs MATTHEW J. BARMAN IRA M. BLITZSTEN MURRAY A. FRANKLIN ALLEN A. FREEMAN RICHARD H. GUTSTADT JEROME B. KANTER MAURICE R. LEAVITT NORMAN R. LIEBLING WI'LLIAM G. PINSLEY LEE H. RUBENS MILTON RUBIN MELVIN P. SCI-IWARTZ Freshmen STUART F. BALKIN DANIEL EHRLICH BERNARD I. HASTERLIK JEROME HOFFBERG MARVIN N. NACHMAN BRUCE A. SAIPE IRA B. WEINSTEIN A B I' A E Z H C9 Page 386 PHI GAMMA DELTA Fo1ma'c'cl . . L I X WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1848 . , Seventy-three Active Chapters aw CHI IOTA CHAPTER . . Established, 1897 ' 401 East John Street ,If X I Gunncll J. Clement Bengal I. Sccly Len I-Iughes. Urlxalhn Ii. Crook Shcvlin Boynton RunIu:llS Ferrell Luc Gore Buwwcll Schafer Kinnu Hunter Hclznur Sperry Bcnubiun dcVaI'cnncS Swency Rxilslxnck Hnmmzln Bien Hadley Talbot Lewis I-I. Clcmcnr Cole Crowder Trichcl Smith Little Koch R. Crook Dunlop Keith Fast Day Speaker Ticdemsmn Gilbert Davis Murray Simpson Campbell Erxkinc FACULTY EDMUND J. COLTON, M.S. ARTHUR H. DANIELS, PH.D. 0I.IVIili L. hlICCASKII.I., PH.B., J.D. JOIIN S. CRANDELL, B.S., C.E. DAVID KINLEY, PH.D., LL.D. FRED B. SliIEl.Y, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS ROIIERT S. ALVAREZ HARRY W. HORN KlENNli'l'H C. LYON BERNARD F. HOFIIMAN SHELTON B. LEACH JOHN J. TI-IORNEORROW Scnio rs WILLIAM J. BENGEL EDWIN L. BOYNTON JAMES W. CLEMENT IIRIZDERICK S. CROOK WILLIAM H. FERRELL JOHN W. GUNNELL CHARLES E. HUGHES, JR. WILLIAM S. KINNE, JR. FRED K. LEO DAVID B. RUNNELLS IRVING R. SEELY GEORGE H. SI-IEVLIN, JR. MAx O. URBAPIN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 111 nio rs MARK H. BEAUIIIEN W. KENNETH BIEN ROBERT J. BUSWELL ALBI2II'f DEVARENNES, JR. PHILIP E. GORE HOMER L. HADLEY, JR. STANLEY D. HAMMAN HOWARD P. I'II3TZNER JAMES G. I'IUN'l'ER FREDRIC E. LEE, JR. ROIIERT C. LEWIS BEN F. RAILSBACK WARREN A. SCHAFER GEORGE A. SI-ERRY -JACK C. SWENEY W. PHILLIPS TALIIOT Sopbomurvx W. DON ALD BISI-IOP HOWAR D W. CLIiMEN'l' JEWETT COLE RICHARD B. CROOR JOHN N. CROWDER RAI.I-H G. DUNLOI' DAVID R. KOCH LOWIiLI. P. LI'I'TLE F. MAIKSHALL SMITH ALIIERT TRIEDEL, JR. l"rI'.IbI11r11 GILBliR'I' F. CAMPBIZLI. NED T. DAVIS GEORGE E. DAY, III ROBIZRT M. ERSKINE ROBERT D. FAST OSCAR M. GILBERT DAVID L. KEI'I'II JOSEI-H P. MORRAY RICHARD S. SIMPSON ARTHUR H. SPEAKER IIIJWIN L. 'IIIEDIZMANN E O IT P Z T Y' fb X KP Q Page 3 X 7 "-A'-A91 - 1 3 ff' -Sin: ' I I "',1i..'1f A . M""kT'3?I 'f9 'I' . -- -.J 1. ' 'A- I ..p.-A-1.4. t" ' "" H , f"" . xy A l V ly X fe I Pali L I A ,, ' I I fi x A311 J -rv- ' V' " pr' I W I 1 I IE E ,Q V III, I Sv- Az y I, pg Y w vi, 1 f. K, ' R 2 'N' 4 . L , q. L I ' T ' -V ,, 5'-r,..f :vs A su, 'tb J f 4 U3 1 - . .1 ,' .. igqgp ,f ' . , , . PP ' 'frm-fr I . 5:-HU. lr? ' ff -I Q. H ' 1 ' 'f ' I . - w-.. 4'-:-I - -f '..'- I A' A' M 4. t I Q v ' 1 ' I "' 1 A 1 O I E-I II-H 7' 'I I I 1 -. A Q if ,,.. I, . " I W I i 61' Is. If if: 15 -I J " ' 1 ill I ln il N . ' nl ir ll 3 ' " H pf I! I W 'I I Q H I I lx f , F I A ' Y x r ' L sv r -til 3 wa an 1131 ,fy ' T Foumlezl . . BROWN UNIVERSITY, 1889 'I .nm V R- Twenty-four Active Chapters 'i 5 ' BETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1912 I I .Y .1 R 5'-A fig va A Hum 'yu o 1' 4 4 310 East Chalmers Street Seniors JOHN A. CASSIN JOSEPH A. MIKSAK JACK W. TAssIcK WILLIAM A. WEST WILLIAM F. WOODS, LESTER R. WROBLE Juniors JOHN T. DUFFNER Gay Fisher Steele Hutchison Smergalski Duffncr Eckhardt Lobraico Sizzbcrgcr Cassin Wes: W. Woods Tnssick Ryan Wroblc Watson Wchling Noonan Carr Hyson Gcanetos Seng Schirz P. Woods FACULTY EDWIN L. BRODERICK, M.S. DAVID G. RYAN, M.S., M.E. EDWIN J. MANLEY HElkMAN J. SCHRADER, B.S.,M.E. JR EDMUND F. TOTH, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENT WILLIS P. RYAN ' MEMBERS THOMAS M. LYMAN FRANK J. SITZBERGER WILLIAM R. WATSON FRED J. WEHLING Sophomores WILLIAM J. ECKHARDT CI-IARI.Es E. FISHER IN UNIVERSITY FRANK D. LOBRAICO PAUL N. SCHIRZ RAYMOND A. SMERGALSKI ROBERT L. STEELE Freshmen WILFRED J. CARR O. DANIEL GAY DURWARD R. HUTCHISON GEORGE S. GEANETOS JOHN D. HYSON PAUL T. NOONAN GERALD W. SENG PAUL J. WOODS I i A B I- A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 3 8 S PHI KAPPA P S I F 011 mf ed . . ' WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1852 ' Fifty-two Active Chapters lk: , ILLINOIS DELTA CHAPTER . Established, 1904 if 911 South Fourth Street 1' l 1 Cohen Wrnlll Delves Yuungren Zeller Lnzear Waller Benson Nemcyer R. K. Wiley Detriclx Gutgsell O'NeaI J. Crumlish Hoerter Snrnkosh Twerdahl White R. H. Wiley Wellx Brown Dyer Twist Schaefer Tucker Gibson Olnfsson J. Wiley Pepper Nisbc: P. Crumlish G. Rush Nelson Van Ness Mueller Mojonnier Allard H. Rush Delnny FACULTY ROBERT H. BAKER, PH.D. A. AUSTIN HAIKDING, B.MUS. ARTHUR HAMILTON, PH.D. FRANCIS S. RONALDS, PH.D. Seniors HERVEY E. BENSON NATHANIEL H. COHEN ROBERT L. DELVES ARTHUR C. DETRICH RALPH W. LAZEAR ROGER D. O,NEAL WALTER C. STRAKOSI-I WILLIAM F. WRATH WARREN G. YOUNGREN MII.ES A. ZELLER J. CRAIG RUBY, A.B. GRADUATE STUDENTS ELLIOT CASSIDY CASPER J. CREBS RICHARD H. WILEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors D. JOSEPH CRUMLISH WILLIAM W. HOERTER TOM S. TWERDAHL WILLIAM H. WALLER Soplaomores WALTER C. BROWN J. ROBERT GUTGSELL S. LLOYD NEMEYER PAUL O. OLAFSSON IRA F. TWIST LAURENCE C. WELLS JOHN B. WHITE ROBERT K. WILEY Freshmen HAROLD F. ALLARD PAUL W. CRUMLISH JOSEPH F. DELANY WAYNE P. DYER GEORGE A. GIBSON JAMES R. JONES DAVID M. MOJONNIER FRANK J. MUELLER PAUL R. NELSON THOMAS NISBET CURTIS G. PEPPER G. FRED RUSH HAIKRY M. RUSH CALVIN F. SCHAEPER RICHARD TUCRER FRED H. VAN NESS JOHN R. WILEY E O l'l P Z T Y' Cb X Xl! Q Page 3 89 PHI KAPPA SIGMA Foumled . UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1850 Thirty-eight Active Chapters RHO CHAPTER . . Established, 1892 313 East Chalmers Street Ferguson Tyrcll N. Grurh 1-lnll Ellslnerry Swanson Whyte Tipler Moore Frederick Smarr liirzgilxbuns Strom Schmitz Macon Gillcxpie Meyers Remsen Boehmcn Hnrriss Todd Knight lirary 1-larznmn J. Burke Gihl: O'Mallcy Heidrick Hilcs Gunner R. Burke Knnppcnbergcr Shnmbaugh Brunton Rummlcr Pederson Richey Bell Huisman Holmes XV. Grorh Gilliland Blue Fouls Seniors JOHN E. BURKE RAY F. BURKE ROBERT H. GIBB l'll2RBERT C. GUNNER FACULTY ARTHUR R. 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FRARY WILLIAM R, TODD A B I' A E Z H C9 l K A M , Page 390 I KAPPA TAU Founded . . MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1906 Forty-four Active Chapters ZETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1916 310 East Gregory Drive ,fa 5"!"',, .7 1:11 ,n .' 6 U I 7 Q i l'r'I 'I "AJ, 1' 5- f'l gg? n. A -I Ball Shaver Henderson Reach Betts Daley Mason Henry Whiting Jordan Nelson Dietrich Kephart Kirley Main Conlon Vitkus Megan Ennis Stafford Ensign Gallivan Wright Richards Grover Dix Galaty FACULTY BURTON N. BEHLINC, PH.D. CLYDE W. KEARNS, M.S. HERBERT E. CARTER, PH.D. CECIL A. MOYER, M.S. NEWTON E. ENSIGN, A.M. RAYMOND S. SMITH, PH.D. ALBERT HARNO, B.S., LL.B., LL.D. JOSEF F. WRIGHT, A.B. Seniors ARTHUR C. Dlx GEORGE H. ENNIS FILLMORE W. GALAT'Y C. WILLIS MAIN THOMAS I. MEGAN JOHN E. RICHARDS GRADUATE STUDENT M. CHARLES GROVER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors PAUL E. COTTON RICPIARD E. KEPHART DONAN C. KIRLEY Sojmlaomores FREDRICK A. DIETRICH ROBERT B. JORDAN F. ORRIN NELSON ALGIRD J. VITKUS Freslomcn JASPER E. BALL WILLIAM H. 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HENRY, JR. FACULTY WILLIAM E. BRITTON, A.M., J.D. ROBERT B. BROWNE, PH.D. ART!-IUR F. DEAM, B. ARCH., F.A.A.R. ESSEL R. DILLAVOU, A.M., J.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS C. NOLEN FORTENBERRY ROBERT C. JOHNSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I-ROBERT MUIKPHY LOWELL V. OZMENT GEORGE SEDELMEIIER WILLIAM A. SPENCE S0j1l20n10I'c'x OLIVER W. ACTON XVILLIAM E. ARMES DAN P. BROWN ROBERT W. GALVIN FRANKLIN L. JOHNSON I-I. NEAL JONES XVILLIAM J. LIERMAN BENJAMIN SEAR WALTER I-I. SKONNING GRIFFIN M. ZIMMERMAN, Fl'l'.Y17Hll'II CI.IIfIfORD F. ANDERSON ESTIAN F. BLUST TOM BOONE, JR. EDWARD J. CALLAHIKN JOSEPH G. CARPENTIER WILLIAM DAVIS C. JACK DUNNING JR.TI-IOMAS J. GALVIN THOMAS HOKE, JR. DIXON B. KEYSEIK, JR. C. AI.I..EN MCEACPIERN FOREST PIRTLE PAUL L. WAGHENDOREER ADOLPH J. YUNKIS E O TI P Z T Y fb X "W 15180395 SI PSIL Fmmdezl . . UNION COLLEGE, 1833 Twenty-seven Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER . . Established, 1910 313 East Armory Avenue Conkman Hatch Riclx Couclimnn Collet! 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BYEORD THOMAS S. CHECKLEY JAMES F. DONAHUE JOHN A. HANSEN EUGENE F. HEBARD NORMAN B. LEWIS FRANK S. MCCABE, JR. EDWARD M. MALERICH WILLIAM B. PEGRAM E. MARSHALL PETERSON G. PHILIP SENEFF ROY J. SOLFISBURG A B T A E Z H GD I K A M Page 3 96 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Foumlerl . UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 1856 jg A 'Q One Hundred Six Active Chapters . BETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1899 ' ' ' - 211 East Daniel Street A 'F Fil Cf' iw. I ka.: Ali? 11 Q21 It-LG: Rusxell Knexer McV:IuglI Glover Dillon l-lixon Weaver Hnmmnn WiI1clIell Parks Baron Smith R.Can1plIcll Brown J. Campbell Bard Tice B:IuIII:In Bunting Sanders Scllnnkcnberg Vnn Arsdell llrink Olson Cover Wilson Henry Soderstmm Grenr Vnrnnm Goeddc Rusknmp Bolton Dunning Frnry Ynger C.IrruIl Lynch Porter Grorh Ramey Frye Ruscll Elvis FACULTY VIRGII. D. COVER, M.B.A. OSCAR A. I..liU'l'WlLER, B.S., M.Ii. WII.LIAM O. RosE, PH.D. PAUI. M. GREEN, PH.D. GAZE li. LUKAS, M.S., C.P.A. FRED H. TURNER, PI-I.D. DAVID M. LARRAEEE, A.B. EDWIN T. MER'I'Z, M.S. PAUL M. VAN ARSDFI.I., M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS FRIED F. FRINR ALBERT F. SMITH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY junior.: Sopbomorex JOHN B' ELVIS Seniors FRANCIS M. BARON J. CARROLL BOLTON WILLIAM J. FRIEND ALBERT M. GOIZDDE WALTER W. GREAR HEIIBEIKT K. I'Il'iNRY RICHARD W. I.lZUTWlI.ER, JR. WILLIAM R. NEPIIER MARS!-IAI.L H. OLSON WII.I.IAM H. RUSKAMP CLARENCE E. SODERSTROM IEDWARD E. VARNUM WALTER S. WEAVER ALBERT O. BARD HAROLD G. BAUMAN ROBERT M. BROWN BAINBRIDGE BUNTING JOSEPH A. CAMIIIIELL ROBERT B. CAMPBELL LEO E. FRYE CARL A. GROTH RAYMOND P. LYNCH KLUSMAN PARKS ROIIERT J. SANDERS GEORGE H. SCHNAKENIIERG BRUCE K. TICE ROBERT H. WILSON JACKSON C. DIl.I.ON WARREN E. GLOVER CLYDE E. HAMMAN ROGER M. HIXON GEORGE A. KAESER CHARLES C. MCVAUGH DONALD I-I. MORRISON ROEERT C. RUSSELL Freshmen G. THOMAS CARROLL WILLIAM O. CHAPMAN ROY J. DUNNING E. EUGENE FRANCISCO CHARLES D. IJRARY GEORGE Ii. KELLER PARKER J. LARY, JR. W. HENDRICKS LEONARD IIIDWARD F. PORTER CASH RAMEY WILLIAM K. RUSCH GROVER E. SHIIITON JAMES A. WINCHELL ROLAND G. YAGER ,J N E O Tl P Z T Y' fb X- W Q Page 197 Uil'i'll,Wg3i'b.,, 'Q SIGMA ALPHA U , .ek . of Q 1 F 'Q . 5' Qi' ff .-9 Q. jfqi.. lf! ' ,llrevf ' F oumlcd . . COLLEGE OF TI-IE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1909 Thirty-nine Active Chapters RHO CHAPTER . . Established, 1918 1008 South Fifth Street Wiliski Levinson Lilznr Gore Aclelson Rhein Golalblntr Homel lilumberg Gnrmisn Iiuxch Wluite Goodman Cook Reinisli Grnwoig B. Friedman Lasky Chiprin Henry Fischer Kagen Harris Steinberg Schpok Silverman Schy Terry Grossman Orner Kohner A. Friedman Mnookin Golan Wnllk Lewis A rcnson A xelruod Goldberg Ihnovitz Gimhel Roclimnn Goldman Klein Ramhnclu Sllindermzln Feldman Seniors ARTHUR N. FRIEDMAN MARVIN R. SCI-IPOK MAURICE H. SCHY Juniors LOUIS B. ARENSON LEONARD BANOVITZ MARTIN J. FISOHER MELVIN A. GIMDEL WILLIAM J. GOLDBERG MELVIN KOHNER GRADUATE STUDENTS ELI A. GOLAN SEYMOUR ORNER HERBERT GROSSMAN GORDON M. TERRY ISADORE J. 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RIGGLE GERALD L. SWEAT juniors FRANCIS S. FEIGER Ruszmdcr lfrick Miller Poole Lackey Frcdrickson Fleming R. Mason Fciger Eberlc J. Daily Goldswonhy Lana I.. Mason Rigglc Ferguson Sweat Holt Sabin Ailes Hannfin FACULTY HAROLD W. HOLT, A.B., LL.B., S.J.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY NOBLE L. FERGUSON MILO J. FLEMING J. WALLACE FRICK Freshmen ARLINGTON J. AILES HESTER T. DAILY JOHN D. DAILY WESLEY A. EBERLE ROBERT M. FREDRICKSON BOYD F. GOLDSWORTHY JOHN P. HANAFIN GEORGE A. LACKEY JOHN D. LATTA ALBERT H. MALO RAYMOND W. MASON MARSHALL E. MILLER BERTIL T. ROSANDER CHARLES B. SADIN A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 400 SIGMA DELTA RHO Foumlvd . . MIAMI UNIVEIKSITY, 1921 Nine Active Chapters ff DELTA CHAPTER . . Established, 1926 ij4"fffy L3-"ff 307 East John Street Seniors LOUIS H. GOEBEL DURWOOD O. HEIN RALPH A. RUUD WALTER P. SCI-IINDEL Adams D. Hein Scllindcl Carek Utterback ,Iunxon Matrox Lind! L, Spiehx Roxcbruok Hlomquis! Harris Goebel Pnstcrik I.aRoi Holxclxcl Larson Ruud Gcbhart Sucharda Alszrom W. Hein FACULTY WILLIAM F. HOHEISEL, A.M. ROBERT G. LINDEBORG, B.S. NORMAN T. MATTOX, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS FRANK C. CAREK GEORGE H. LAROI, JR. BERTEL E. JONSON DONALD D. UTTERBACK MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors PLINY A. ADAMS HAROLD V. GEBHART STANLEY H. GRIFFIN EUGENE D. HARRIS RAY A. LARSON LADDIE T. PASTERIK DOUGLAS E. ROSEBROOK RUDOLPH SUCHARDA Sophomore WALTER E. HEIN Freshmen EARNEST ALSTROM FRANCIS W. BLOMQUIST HOWARD SPIEI-Is N 5 O D P 2 T Y cn x KP O Page 401 ,H . If I I I Fozzmlwl . VIIKGINIA IVIILITARY INSTITUTE, 1869 ' Ninety-eight Active Chapuzrs " r GAMMA MU CHAPTER . . Established, 1902 IQ 1009 Pennsylvania Avenue Hummer McM:Ihnn David Gregory Monk lllumbrnchr Estcrgnrd H. Wrigilr Schccrcr Brcnncn Barrett Lighc I.:Iuvvtz Beckman Wcilncr R. Crocomhc Bachmann Sheridan D. Miller Mcliinstry W. Crncombc Humphreys Kincy W. Wrigilt Dormim Larimer Raddaxz Jones Bernd: Dull VIIn Tuin Simonsun O. Miller Eaton Metcalfe Hurn Boynton Hinrichs Sivcrt Flin: Green Bennett McCloskey R. Miller FACULTY LUDWIG F. AUDRIETI-I, PH.D. H. FRASER JOI-INSTONE, PLLD. Svniors R. LAWRENCE BALL ROBERT H. BIECKMAN ALVIN H. BERNDT JOHN T. BIEYNON WILLIAM M. DORMAN PAIlMliI.IEli D. JONES JOHN R. LARIMER OLIVER C. MILLER WlI.LIAM D. RADDATZ EDWARD G. SANDIZRSON' EVliRE'I"l' T. SIMONSON .JOHN O. KIKAEPIENBUEHL, M.S., E.E. GECJRGE W. PICKELS, B.C.E., C.E. TEIIENCE T. QUIRRE, E.M., PH.D. FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, PI'I.D. CHARLES H. STUBING, GRADUATE STUDENT MADISON HUNT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOIIN W. VAN TUIN Iuniors GEORGE A. BAGIVIMANN ROBERT T. CROGOMBE WILLIAM E. CROCOMBE JAMES W. EATON STARR N. HUMEIIREYS WILLIAM W. KINCY F. ROBERT LAUVETZ WILLIAM B. MCKINSTIKY, -JR IDONALU T. MILLER E. PAUL SHIERIDAN GEORGE J. WELLNER Sopbomorrs ROBERT S. BOYNTON WlI.I.lAM F. DAVID ROBERT C. IfS'I'IiRGARD AMOS H. FLINT GORDON S. GREGORY HAIkOl.D N. I'IUMl.SRACHT PAUL A. LIGHT MARVIN li. MONR, JR. WILLIAM E. SGIIEERER ROBERT C. SIVERT HENRY A. WRIGH'F A.M. I:YI'XlllNl'll DEXTER R. BARRETT JOIIN B. BENNETT WILLIAM T. BRENNEN MORRIS L. GREEN WILLIAM J. HINRIGIIS CLINTON PIUMMIER JOIIN D. I-IURN RALPH NICCLOSKEY WILLIAM O. MGMAIVIO JEROME W. NIETCALFE ROBERT C. IVIILLER WlI.I.lAM J. WRIGHT N K A M A B I' A E Z H 9 I Page 402 SIGMA PHI EPSILON. .fl-'ff ff H: S., Founded . UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1901 'E53f.,'H,': Sixty-eight Active Chapters AQ lj, ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAPTER . Established, 1903 "ff, g..' 1105 South Fourth Street bf' Ycnawinc Skuog Pettigrew Sargent Long Hitchcock Bruce Olsen Morrison Monnhnn Rnlay Dccgnn Muller Towers SlIinIIIIIck Clark Jackson Allen Smith McCann Herishcc Bolcy Pickcl Lchmpuhl Ames Maybury DcWolfc Jenkins Weichel Wuss Longworth Brennan Rives Salycrs Baker Hunter Cannon Kinsey Crane FACULTY THOR W. BRUCE, A.M. RALPH C. HAY, B.S. COLEMAN R. GRIFEITH, PH.D. LOUIS J. LONG, A.M. Seniors GLENN C. AMES CHARLES C. BOLEY JOHN C. DEWOLFE, JR. FRANK G. HETISHEE ROBERT B. JENKINS ROBERT H. LEHMPUHL WILLIAM C. MCCANN RICHARD A. MAYBURY JAMES R. PICKEL ELMER V. WEICHEL, JR. SHERMAN SCHOONMAKER, M.MUS. GRADUATE STUDENTS HOWARD MORRISON EDWARD J. SMITH EDWARD K. SKOOG WAYNE S. YENAWINE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PETER G. WUSS WENDELL W. LONGWORTH Freshmen juniors JAMES F- MONAHAN RODMAN A. CANNON WILLIAM H- ALLEN ENOCHLEi,OLsEN ROBERT E. HUNTER AVID . ETTIGIKEW WALTER H' BAKER W CHARLES D. MUTTER JAMES J. BRENNAN ILLIAM J. RANDLES W B R WAYNE O. CLARK THOMAS P. RATAY ILLIAM ' IVES ARTHUR J, DEEGAN WILLIAM SARGENT JOHN D. SALYERS R. WAYNE GATES Sophomores HENRY E. SANDERS WALTER C. I-IITCHCOCK HARRY A. COMBES JAMES SHIMANEK THOMAS H. JACKSON WILLIAM A. CRANE JOHN G. TOWEIKS U. GRANT KINSEY JAMES J. VOPICKA JUNIUS P. WHITEHUIKST A B T' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 40 3 SIGMA PHI SIG Founder! UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1908 '1v7"1'w ' . . 543131 YP. N Exghteen Actnve Chapters 'dm X32 ZETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1919 I 5 gf 308 East Armory Avenue Seniors ALBERT W. FISCHER THOMAS F. LATZER JOHN R. PROSEK ROBERT C. REINHARDT BOHUMIL F. SCHUBERT JAMES Z. ULRICH B. White Van Kirk Hans Morton E. Young Liv t C. I OI M Abl: U I: H I c r W. Young Brooks Nu n as as :bar cr Zaloudck cam gc c Lyman 1 k unnmgmm sun :yes cy g R Prosck R. White McMichael Ulrich Reinhardt Fischer Lauer Kuchn Hammett FACULTY CHESTER R. ANDERSON, A.M. STANLEY G. HALL, M.S. ETHAN A. NORTON, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS WESLEY W. BROOKS OSCAR R. KUEHN JOHN S. CUNNINGHAM ARTHUR J. PAIK ROBERT C. WHITE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors JOHN M. ABBEY JAMES R. HAMMETT ROBERT H. HANS Ross C. LYMAN JOHN L. MORTON JERRIAN W. REAM WILLIAM F. WEBER CHARLES J. ZALOUDEK Sopbomores I-IARLAN A. HASHBARGER THOMAS C. HORRALL KENNETH G. MAYES GILBERT C. REIMAN JOHN E. URBAS Freshmen JAMES S. LIVETT RICHARD H. NUGENT REID A. OLSON JOHN C. VAN KIRK BRUCE F. WHITE ELMER L. YOUNG WARREN H. YOUNG A B 1' 'A E Z H 9 I K A M Page 404 ' '15 GIYU Foumlcel . . VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, 1897 ,g,'13',F?q?f'5gv5 Thirty Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER . . Established, 1908 402 East Armory Avenue '-'Iwi Davies Mickelson McDowell Singleton Boyd Large Sandwell Hcidinger Naurich Wnrmbold Dickinson Linn Koslka Niklewicz Cultra Lake Fowler Burt Slurkey Statkus Clark Martin Turner Anderson Binder Sutton Sunde Hnvlik Vane Finjarald Mccherlc Harris Knnusky Smith Henricson FACULTY LAFORCE BAILEY, M.S., B.P. CYRUS E. PALMER, M.S. ABNER R. KNIGHT, M.E., M.S., E.E. HARRISON A. RUEHE, PH.D. ERNEST L. STOUPEER, M.ARCH. Seniors HOBART L. BOYD MORRIS N. BURT JOHN M. DAVIES HARRY C. HEIDINGER ROBERT W. LAKE JAMES R. LARGE ALVIN M.'MIQKELSON BENNY NAURICH FLOYD A. SINGLETON GRADUATE STUDENTS HARRY L. DICKINSON PHILIP W. MCDOWIELL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors TOM D. HARRIS EDWARD J. HAVLIK DAVID R. ANDERSON STEWART B. CULTRA FRANCIS T. NIKLEWICZ GEORGE M. SANDWELL ROGER J. SHARKEY HAROLD H. SMITH ROBERT G. WARMBOLD Sopbomores HUGH F. FOWLER JAMES G. KOSTKA FRED A. LINN JOSEPH J. MARTAN ALBERT W. STATKUS F resbmcn RICHARD W. BINDER CHARLES F. CLARK ILAWRENCE FITZJARRALD RAYMOND E. HENRICSON JOHN KANOSKY FREDERICK C. MECHERLE RALPH W. SUNDE DAVID R. SUTTON WENDELL W. TURNER CLIFFORD J. WYNKOOP WILLIAM G. VANC E O Tl P Z T Y' Q9 X KP Page 405 6 in !K 16-, .. ...QQ A295 SQQQTACIJ .QW ag. QQ' I Y? 'IQ' r AU DELTA F oumf ed . COLLEGE OI? THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1910 Twenty-six Active Chapters PI CHAPTER . . . Established, 1925 313 East Jolm Street Seniors PLRTI-IUR MAIXCOVITZ SAM S. PESSIN juniors WILLIAM COHEN CHARLES J. LERNER STANLEY ORNSTEIN Penn Judah Goodman W. Cohen Ornstein Ginsburg Pcssin Lerner Wasserman Maxon Goldberg Schwab Shnrcol Mnrcuvitz Zwcig Smith Porte Sadcr Epstein Solomon Sostrin Magus Pollack Handclman Brcslod' H. Cohen Behrsrcck FACULTY LEOPOLD N. JUDAH, M.D. GRADUATE STUDENT DAVID W. WASSERMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM V. PENN MELVIN SADER Sojlloomorcs LAWRENCE E. GINSBURG GILBERT S. GOODMAN DAVID M. PORTE HAROLD H. SCHWAB JOSEPH B. SHARCOT Freshmen EUGENE BEHRSTOCK MOREY BRESLOFF HAROLD R. COHEN JACOB EPSTEIN HARVEY GOLDBERG LOUIS HANDELMAN MORRIS H. MAGES NED J. MAXEN IRWIN L. POLLACK SIDNEY SMITH ALVIN SOLOMON NATHAN SOSTRIN MITCHELL ZWEIG P Z H C9 I K A M A B I' A E Page 406 Founded . . COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, 1910 Thirty-six Active Chapters PSI CHAPTER . . Established, 1924 105 East Armory Avenue CI L11 'D In r' 0 Z fu -I II sg' 0203, f fl! ' 2 Q' Q. 5 . 5 . ff! 3'1'1'1 5 .v.' K. McMahon Bnttinus Price Simon Star H. Tucker Katz J.McMnhnn Newman Ruskin Pitzele Kaufman Berkovirz Grossman Kahn R. Rosenthal Rose Warshell Ruzrcnberg Leavitt Weiss Ziff Ginsburg Hokin D. Rosenthal Proszcrman R. Tucker Schwartz Scnroich Gordon Ray Adams Knrnsik Wnis Seniors MORTON D. BATTINUS ARTHUR J. KATZ IRWIN H. NEWMAN SYDNEY O. SIMON SEYMOUR ZIFF juniors BERNARD BERKOVITZ EDWARD S. GROSSMAN GRADUATE STUDENTS RAYMOND R. COHEN LEON P. STAR SEYMOUR S. PRICE HAROLD TUCKER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARVIN I. KAHN IRWIN W. KAUFMAN ROBERT I. PITZELE JEROME PROSTERMAN Sopbomo res HAROLD J. BARRASH ARTHUR E. FISHER MELVIN J. GINSBURG EDWIN E. HORIN ARNOLD H. LEAVITT MANNY REEDER GAIL I. ROSE ROBERT H. ROSENTHAL IRWIN B. RUTKIN LESLIE H. WARSHELL F resbmen JACK ADAMS ROLAND GORDON MARSHALL KARASIK HERMAN RAY DAVID R. ROSENTHAL SHELDON J. RUTTENBERG HERBERT L. SCHWARTZ HERBERT SENREICH ROBERT TUCKER MARSHALL WAIS MORTON P. WEISS W Q E O TI P Z T Y' CD X A Page 407 TAU KAPPA EPSILON '93'iiQE?63' ff? fig' Founded . . ILLINOIS WESLEYAN, 1899 it . C . .' f -,X Thirty-Seven Active Chapters I GAMMA CHAPTER . . Established, 1912 r J 102 East Chalmers Street Knxsly Hampton Drew Lewis Hutchins Evans R. Kramer C.Krnmer Preston Cnnty Esplin Orth Holulik Fnrklmrst Dallrymple Rnlxc lfluyerns Kent Saunders J. Martens Dekker R. Roos Potxtock C. Filippi McClellan Lnndgrnf Clnussen Turmnil Inskip White Hnrnisch F. Roos McCnnnon Pcrshnll Leiken Hickey Skardn Tucker Pirzer Wolf Guthrie F. Filippi Garver Piolctti J. Mansfield Siegal Svabod: Pitt Whyte Purdy Steele Chesney Howell Waldo Ropiequet FACULTY CHESTER R. ANDERSON, A.M. STANLEY L. JAMES, A.B. THOMAS G. COOKE, B.S. A DUANE T- ENGLIS! PHID. CARL S. MARVEL, PH.D. BURMLL R. HALL MILTON M. OLANDER, M.S. MALCOLM F. HESLIP, M.S. FRED H. RANKIN, B.S. Seniors HARRY D. CHESNIZY NORMAN F. CLARKE FRANK K. DALRYMPLE MARTIN A. HARNISCH W. HOWARD HOWELL FRANCIS R. INSKIP I. IRVINC LEIKEN JOHN S. MCCANNON JAMES H. MANSFIELD FRANK R. MERCER RAYMOND E. NELSON DOMINICK B. PIOLETTI WILLIAM G. PITT S. DONALD PITZER WAl.'I'ER E. PURDY GRADUATE STUDENTS DELDERT E. FIOCK CHARLES M. LYDY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ARTHUR C. ROEIEQUET ROBERT B. SIEGEL JAMES E. STEELE GEORGE W. SVOBODA ROBERT D. TUCKER DOUGLAS B. WALDO W. BYRON WHITE RUSSELL J. WHYTE Juniors CHARLES R. FILIPPI KENNETH Ii. GARVER NORMAN C. KENT WILLIAM R. MCCLELLAN RICHARD D. MAN5FIEI.D JOHN F. MARTENS WILLIAM G. POTSTOCK FRED W. Roos MELVIN C. SAUNDERS GEORGE M. TURMAIL Sophomore: WILLARD C. CLAUSSEN GARRETT DEKKER FRANK G. FILIPIII NICEIOLAS E. FLUYERAS WILLIAM J. GUTHRIE JAMES D. HICKEY R. BRUCE KOERNER WILLIAM R. PERSHALL CHARLES L. RABE ROBERT C. Roos EDWARD J. SKARDA WALTER C. WOLF LESTER E. SCHNIEPP, M.S. CHARLES J. STARR, B.S. EDNVIN L. THEISS, PH.D., C.P.A. JOHN F. WOODDELL, M.S. F rexlnncn WILLIAM M. BAKER JOHN CANTY RAYMOND B. DREW JOHN J. ESPLIN HARRY D. EVANS JAMES V. HAMPTON GEORGE F. HODl.lK MCKENDREE B. I'IU'I'CHINS WALTER A. KASSLY CHARLES KRAMER ROBERT B. KRAMER ROBERT I. LANDCRAE NORMAN A. LEWIS JAMES E. ORTH MELVIN C. PARKHURST JAMES R. PRESTON OSCAR F. VAN HALL A B I- A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 40 8 Fo1ma'erl . . NORWICH UNIVERSITY, 18 S 6 Fifty Active Chapters RHO CHAPTER . . Established, 1916 505 East Chalmers Street I f .xx . L I , Y , 'js Henderson Stokes Wclchner Suddcs Beckman Barr Faulkner Wcisiger Evans Davidson D.Cnomhe Williamson Stangc Bode Schneider Taylor Price Larson R. Ray I-Iansclman Pilchcr King Fancklanncr Fiske M. Kutzcr Weber Hamman Huddlestnn Wickcns Foxter Jensen B.RIIy Neidharilt Brink Zahrcn Shell Nerone Beazley R. Brown Drobisch R. Coomhe Moritz Cunningham Gunning Clemens Kailcr Roth Wright C.Kutler Johnson Richardson Krusemark Carlson Pitt Harry Stubbs Kelly Tillcry Burroughs Dufour T. Brown Denham FACULTY ROY L. DALFERES, CAPT., F.A. IRWIN L. LUMMIS, CAPT., B.S. CHARLES F. SGI-ILATTER,M.S.,C.P.A. BERNARD L. JEFFERSON, PH.D. JOHN J. PEIPER, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS EDWIN H. HENDERSON BENJAMIN W. WEISIGER ESIIY C. WILLIAMSON JOHN W. SUIJDES CARL WELCPINER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOHN BARR LOUIS E. BECRMAN, JR. JAMES J. CLEMENS, JR. DONALD P. COOMEE THOMAS C. DAVIDSON ROBERT C. EVANS AUSTIN F. FANCKBONER H. GORDON FAULKNER AUGUST B. KING CLIFFORD J. STANGE CHESTER H. STOKES EUGENE D. WEISIGER Iuniorr CALVIN E. BODE LOWDEN A. HANSELMAN CHARLES J. LARSON ROBERT E. PILCHER CI-IALMER M. PRIcE ROBERT L. RAY DONALD R. SCHNEIDER ALBERT C. TAYLOR Sofrho mares RAYMOND T. BEAZLEY ROBERT H. BRINR R. WILLIAM BROWN ROBERT C. COOMIIE EDWARD C. DROBISCI-I CHARLES G. FISKE LON FOSTER, JR. THIERS V. HAMMAN DALE W. HARVEY SAMUEL L. HUDDLESTON ROBERT W. JENSEN MA'l'1' M. KUTZER ROBERT MORITz PAUL W. NIElDHAlIlJ'F ALBERT J. NERONE P. BERRELEY RAY FREDERICK D. SHELL GEORGE WEBER JAMES I. WICKENS SI:O'r'I' H. ZAHREN Freshmen T. OTIS BROWN WALLACE BURROUGIIS HOXVARIJ J. CARLSON KRRMIT CUNNINGHAM CHARLES W. DENIIAM DONALD H. DUFOUR THOMAS D. GUNNING JAMES HARRY CARL J. JOHNSON CHARLES O. KAIZIZR 'JOE Ii. KELLIZY ALBERT H. KRUSEMARR CLIFF M. KU'I'zER KARL F. LANGHORST WAYNE E. PITT ALDIERT W. RICHARDSON BERNARD F. ROTH JOHN G. STUBIIS, JR. JERRY C. 'TILLIZRY JACK L. WRIGHT N 5 O IT P E T Y cp xwv Qi Page 409 THETA DELTA CHI qfygffkggrkb Flllllllllftl . . UNION COLI.EGE, 1847 ' Twenty-nine Active Chapters KAPPA DEUTERON CHAPTER, Established, 1908 YN v' -7, 901 South Second Street Justin Moss Throckmorton Brovclli Vnn Dorcn Voss Hnscnyagcr Jnhnkc Bonham Strcll Fuchrcr Kzxvxlnngh Knccr Rictz Mnrqua McConnell Crowley Russo Koehler Larson Kennedy Schncfcr Eldrcd Ross Glascock Coffin Evans Burkcy McNamara Braden FACULTY ALFRED C. CALLEN, M.S., E.M. HAROLD S. DAWSON, B.S. Seniors CHARLES I-I. COFFIN DAVID O. ELDRED J. HAROLD GLASCOCK CLARENCE H. KAVANAGI-I JAMES A. LARSON ROBERT A. MGNAMARA DONALD W. Ross EDWARD SGHAEPER MATTHEW T. MCCLURE, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENT THOMAS B. KENNEDY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors GUS C. I'IOLZRICI-ITER HAIKOLD V. BEN!-IAM JOSEPH D. BRADEN DANIEL E. KANE GEORGE M. MCCONNELL LEE M. BURREY, JR. WILLARD P. EVANS XV. RUSSELL MOSS RUDOLPI-I G. WEIILIE F rvsbnl Nl Soph0,,,,m.s PHILIP BROVELLI WALTER W. CROWLEY KENE HASENYAGER GORDON R. FUEHRER KARL D. JAHNKE HAROLD J. JUSTIN LEO B. KNEER KENNETH W. KOEHLER PHILIP J. MARQUA GEORGE RIETZ ANDREW J. RUSSO JOHN STRELI. JOHN E. TI-IROCKMORTON JAMES D. VAN DOREN ERIGK Voss A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 410 THETA KAPPA PHI Founded . . LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, 1919 Twelve Active Chapters DELTA CHAPTER . . Established, 1923 206 East Green Street , fifg., fa' 0 qv Gallivnn Jana Daily Gill Mntnsovic O'Conncll Burns Long Hughes Layer Hannigan Weller Tnmosn tis Lulinski Barann k Willing Pcrshcll Kerns Bouzcos Sweeney Seniors JAMES A. LONG R.USSELL M. PERSHELL HAROLD A. SMITH Juniors JOHN J. ,BRANDLIN U FACULTY JAMES J. DOLAND, MS., C.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ROBERT F. BURNS JOHN S. GILL XVILLIAM J. SWEENEY S012lJ0moI'c's EDGAR C. DAILY JOSEPH T. JANA ROBERT W. LAYER GEORGE A. O,CONNELL EDWARD F. TAMOSAITIS Freshmen JOHN W. BARANOWSKI THOMAS P. BOUZEOS HAROLD J. HANNIGAN LAWRENCE A. KERNS CHESTER B. LULINSKI WILLIAM J. MATASOVIC EUGENE F. WELTER ALBERT C. WILLING E O TT P Z T Y' fb X YP Q Page 411 THETA UPSILON OMEGA Fozma'ed . INTERFRATERNITY CONFERENCE, 1923 Seventeen Active Chapters "W DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER . Established, 1923 1010 South Third Street u QI A J E Seniors JOHN W. ACRER FRANK B. ANDERSON H. AIKTHUR CONNOLLY ROBERT L. FOSTER STANLEY E. GRIMM Harndcn Foster Knnnpasuk Radl Green Wallace Oliver N Gilkcrsnn Connolly Henning Wcrnlc Grimm Richardson A.DougIas Ackcr Anderson Harrington MacLean Magrcc Vovcs Grier Hulse G. Douglas B ilcy FACULTY WILLIAM B. NEVENS, PH.D. THOMAS E. OLIVER, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS GEORGE N. GILKERSON G. KENNETH GREEN ROBERT N. WALLACE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PERCY C. I-IARNDEN CHARLES J. HARRINGTON FRANK L. KONOPASEK RICPIARD M. RADL Juniors BRUCE L. HULSE JAMES F. MACLEAN DONALD RICHARDSON WILLIAM F. WERNLE So plao mo res ARTHUR H. DOUGLAS, JR. HARRY G. GRIER ALFRED C. HENNING Frcxbmm JOHN S. BAILEY GEORGE E. DOUGLAS MONTIE MAGREE JEROME F. VovEs B T A E zt H O I K A Page 412 w Foumlvrl . . , .:,-y-Q.4..5-5 RENssEI.AER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, 1864 E' Thirty-one Active Chapters ALPHA BETA CHAPTER . Established, 1922 J 205 East Armory Avenue ' ' "" " "'i Waller Bullington Simon Busse Hueckel Dcrr J. Sinmlclnr Knnwlcs Davies Halle Morton Rodcnlxcrgcr llnrri Schucsslcr Law Pitney Stark Bull R. Wilt Klingcl lfocrxrcrling Olxcn Wcixscnlunrn G. Wilt Caulfield J.IIIscn Holman ElIrct Olson Gilkcrson Kann McKinney R. Sinilclnr Heckler Blumcnknmp Spongbcrg Minglc Marsh Moyer FACULTY PAUL D. CONVERSE, A.M. HORACE J. MACINTIIKE, M.M.E. HAROLD B. JOHNSTON, A.B. WALDO SHUMWAY, PI-I.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS ROGERS D. JONES CHARLES R. MARSH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROBERT J. SINDELAR KENNETH J. SCHUESSLER ROBERT N. WILT WALTER H. BLUMENRAMI1 . ALAN E' SPONGBERG Ffmhfffffl PRIMO R BORN ,mmm WESLEY E- STARK WINSTON E. BULLINGTON Rr S 'E ROBERT J. BALL EDGAR 5- WALLER PAUL P. BUSSE 'LFE ' HRET WILLIAM F. CAULFIELD GEORGE M- WILT GEORGE L. DERR THOMAS M- GH-KERSON WILLIAM S. DAVIES h CHARLES B. HOFITMAN FRANCIS W. HECKLER EARL JANSEN Sol' ' 0"'0"m WILBEIKT HOLLE CHARLES F. HOLMAN SAMUEL H. LAW F. JACK FOERSTERLING ANTI-IONY W. HUECKIZL EDWARD H. KANN JOHN K. MCKINNEY GEORGE C. HARRIS NORMAN OLSEN ROBERT B. MINGLE HENRY S. MORTON ROBERT L. KLINGEL RICHARD M. RODENBIERGER CARLISLE E. MOYER ROBERT W. PACI-IALY JAMES H. KNOWLES ROBERT M. SIMON KENNE'fH L. OLSON ROBERT C. PITNEY RICHARD L. WEISSENBORN JOSEPH C. SINDELAR N E O Tl P Z T Y cb X KP Q H Page 413 Foumlvn' . . UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1907 I I"-III? . jf, 1' . Fifteen Active Chapters ,-f,,fU ' ILLINOIS CHAPTER . . Established, 1907 112 East Daniel Street Seniors PAULY R. FARIS ROBERT F. LINDGREN STANLEY C. MADER FRANK M. MORROW ROBERT V. SHEPHERD ene let aurc Crussmnn Slnynmker Vogel Royer Shepherd Lindgren Harris Mander II d T k I- M nrls orrow Zilly Scholcs Taylor Dukes Schubert Hackett Wolebcn Boyd FACULTY EDWARD E. BAUER, M.S., C.E. RALPH S. CROSSMAN, M.S., C.E. MELVIN L. ENGER, M.S., C.E. RANDOLPH P. HOELSCHER, M.S., C.E. HARVEY H. JORDAN, B.S. ARTHUR N. TALBOT, C.E., D.Sc., D. ENG., LL.D. ARTHUR C. WILLARD, B.S., D. ENG., LL.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JAMES C. TOUREK RAMON F. VOGEL HERBERT C. ZILLY Juniors FREDERICK T. BATTEY STEPHEN W. BENEDICT WILLIAM W. DUKES DAVID K. HARRIS ROBERT E. REYNOLDS W. KEITH REYNOLDS CHARLES P. ROYER FRANK W. SCHMIDT TOM F. SCHOLES A. EUGENE SCHUBERT CHARLES M. SLAYMAKER JAMES M. TAYLOR Sopbom ores JAMES W. BOYD THEODORE N. HACKETT JAMES M. WOLEBEN A B I' A E Z H GD I K A M Page 414 Foumlzfcl . COLLEGE OF CITY OF NEW YORK, 1898 Thirty-four Active Chapters RI-IO CHAPTER . . Established, 1912 907 South Fourth Street 1' 'DA lr' ,Q " -I 3594 LB'-I-lar. ". W' .iv R, ,D 'P-2 ' O Kline J. Gross Bcndcrsky Goodman Modell Karl Goldman Danzigcn Trowc E.ColIcn M.Gruss Rosenberg Malkin Chapman Wcisberg Hoffman Boslcy Adelman Weiss Schuman S. Cohen Baskin Meis Magidson Myers Abrams Grccngard Citron Meyer Platt Baer Berry Epstein Friedman Cert' Lewis Frankel Glazer Gottlieb FACULTY BERNARD S. FRIEDMAN, A.B. MAX J. WASSERMAN, DR. ES Sc. Seniors TED W. BAER EDWARD P. BERRY FLOYD D. CERF, JR. LESLIE A. EPSTEIN BEN C. LEWIS, JR. SHELDON F. MAGIDSON JAMES E. MYERS LOUIS A. PLATT, JR. juniors DAVID CITRON, JR. D. HERBERT GLAZER Page 415 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SOL B. GREENGARD ISADORE A. KAMIEN, JR BURTON H. MEYEIK WILLIAM W. WEISBERG S0 11110 mares SEYMOUR D. ADELMAN SEYMOUR D. CO1-IEN MARION J. FRANREL LEWIS A. GOTTLIEB SIDNEY W. SCHUMAN MORRIS L. WEISS Freshmen HAROLD J. ABRAMS BURTON BASRIN ALEXANDER BENDERSKY JUSTIN H. BOSLEY BERNARD J. CHAPMAN ELMER A. COI-IEN SIGMUND H. DANZIGEN, JR. MELVIN S. GOLDMAN STANLEY L. GOODMAN ECON. JACK N. GROSS MELVIN L. GROSS LEROY H. HOFFMAN WILLIAM B. KATZ WILLIAM S. KLINE LEO MALRIN HERSCHEL L. MEIS HARRY MODELL MELVIN D. ROSENBERG JEROME G. TROWE if I Fvvvvf 6 Q 1 Y 1 .if Foumlvrl .... NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 1847 'Asif' Twenty-nine Active Chapters "Kxif,Q.-fsb' ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER . Established, 1909 .f 201 East John Street Shutzbaugh Port B. King Dykstra Wane Jnrl Nagel Seymour Dcmorsct Connell Shanks Vzxsen Saunders Neill Antilla McCormick Borroff Sodcrstrom Palmer Winrler Pettigrew Bilgcrc Grubb Rippc Eichelmnn Coffey Beirel Mayhew Turner Bilgcr Raymond Hilpcrr Holmes Frasier Fisher Edwards R. King FACULTY HARLAND BARTHOLOMEW, C.E. L. HARVEY PROVINE, B.S., A.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors EDWARD L. JARL BRUCE A. KING, JR. MARION R. SHUTZBAUGH JOHN E. WATTE Juniors ARVO A. ANTILLA JOHN D. BORROFF ALBERT I. CONNELL JAMES R. DEMOREST EUGENE DYKSTRA HARRY K. NAGEL FRED J. PORT, JR. JOHN D. SEYMOUR ROBERT B. SHANKS FRED E. WINTZER Sojfbomores RAYMOND P. BILGER MICHAEL J. BILGERE CHASE C. COFFEY PAUL D. GRUBB LEON N. JOHNSTON ALAN G. MCCORMICK GEORGE V. NEILL CARLTON A. PALMER, JR ROBERT H. SAUNDERS CARL W. SODERSTROM RALPH S. TURNER GEORGE B. VASEN F resbmen RICHARD O. BEITEL ROBERT W. EDWARDS WILLIAM H. EICHELMAN FRANK E. FISHER FRANK E. FRASIER FRANK M. HILPERT GLENN W. HOLMES REINHARDT M. KING LEWIS B. MAYHEW GORDON J. PETTIGREW RUSSELL H. RAYMOND CHARLES H. RIPPE A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 4 I 6 FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE Fraternity and sorority life is one of varied activity from the time of pledging until graduation. The football season finds the Greek organizations in close competition for the prizes offered at Homecom- ing for the best decorated houses. Throughout the year, of course, there is keen rivalry for the leader- ship in extra-curricular activities and scholarship. Intramural competition plays a large part in creating a friendly spirit among the groups, and gives the members a chance to participate in an enjoyable form of recreation. Serenading is a popular form of enter- taining the sororities on moonlight nights in spring, and serves to climax a Week-end of picnicking and dancing. Truly, college days are busy ones. Page 417 xx 25? Hg, I .1 .1 . fi! f 'I I The 1- in Q is pun R itq From nn giil 5- --' A uolq x fl ' ' '7- ,fr N I if c'asse q: L, . f . ' xxx , xy 7 L R0 Index of Social Sororities Alpha Chi Omega . 422 Alpha Delta Pi . 423 Alpha Epsilon Phi . 424 Alpha Gamma Delta 425 Alpha Omicron Pi . 426 Alpha Phi . 427 Alpha Xi Delta 428 Beta Phi Alpha . 429 Beta Sigma Omicron . 430 Chi Omega . . 431 Delta Delta Delta . 432 Delta Gamma 433 Delta Zeta . 434 Gamma Phi Beta 435 Kappa Alpha Theta 436 Kappa Delta . . 437 Kappa Kappa Gamma . 438 Phi Mu . . . 439 Phi Omega Pi 440 Phi Sigma Sigma 441 Pi Beta Phi . 442 Sigma Delta Tau . 443 Sigma Kappa 444 Theta Phi Alpha 445 Theta Upsilon 446 Zeta Tau Alpha 447 Bethany Circle 448 Davenport House . 449 West Residence Hall . 450 Women's Residence Hall . 451 Page 4 Pan-Hellenic Council OFFICERS HELEN L. BARTLETT . . . RUTH H. WHEELER 0 O. ROSEMAIKY BARNES Alpha Chi Omega Chi Omega JEAN L. FITZGERALD KATHERINE A. WHITE DOROTHY M. GARRETT ELIZABETH MURIJOCK Alpha Delta Pi SARAH A. PATTERSON MERRY K. NORTON Alpha Epsilon Phi MARTHA L. KOHN JOAN B. NEWMAN Alpha Gamma Delta ' IJOROTHY L. KERR EVELYN M. LAURENCE Alpha Omicron Pi FLORINE E. PETRI RUTH A. FERGUSON Alpha Phi RUTH A. LYDDON O. ROSEMARY BARNES Alpha Xi Delta KATI-IRYN E. MARSH RAE M. NEl.SON Beta Phi Alpha MARCELLA E. MCCAULEY MARCELLA WECLEW Beta Sigma Omieron PAULINE M. SLEPICKA LILLIAN W. NIELSEN ek Delta Delta Delta HARRIET V. BRADBURY LUCILE B. SCHUESSLER Delta Gamma CAROL WESTERN VIVIAN D. PETER Delta Zeta MARGARIET M. SNIDER ALICE J. APPELL Gamma Phi Beta, KATHRYN M. SELLERS VIVIAN I. JOHNSON Kappa Alpha Theta HELEN L. RUSSELL MILDRED A. FISHER Kappa Delta HELEN L. BARTLETT RUTH H. WHEELER Kappa Kappa Gamma HELEN J. HARMAN CONSTANCE I. WILKINSON Phi Omega Pi CARMALETA I. BIXBY . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Phi Mu GENEVA G. WALKER MARY J. WEBERG Phi Sigma Sigma ANNETTE V. SCHEYER AUDREY A. HOFFMAN Pi Beta Phi VIRGINIA FISHBACK LORETTA E. FOELLINGER Sigma Delta Tau JANE N. GINGERY ADELE R. HIELPER Sigma Kappa LOUISE H. HEIDHUES JEWEL E. HOUCER Theta Phi Alpha MARION L. CADWELL WINIFRED C. SCANLON Theta U psilon -JUANITA E. AHLF I'II2LEN FLYNN Zeta Tau Alpha VIRGINIA LOGRE MARGARET C. SUTHERLAND MARIE R. COLEMAN , I I qI.43?v.:q...I V' 4 ix 2 A Q r'."'. lelllf tiigilg X B' N. F' lf. TAXI. --Alf'-A1 W Wheeler Bartlett Barnes E O IT P Z T Y' Cb X SP Q N Page 42 I Qt. ' U Q-tu: .5 . 9. . 19. 28 Eh. 4. -' 'S 67 - IP- . ICQ? , I ,E-QQ. ALPHA CHI OMEGA Foumlczl . . . DePauw University, 1885 Fifty-seven Active Chapters IOTA CHAPTER . . Established, 1899 904 South Lincoln Avenue llrintnn Miller Bnudryu Dillu l7ulIr Goebel Stuutcnborougli Dny Vain Etta Denton Porter F.Grant Smuycr Nicoll Nngoda Wzlllacc Jones Goemlrcl Quentin Moore Colby Stuttlc R.I.cc Mcliridc H. Luc Tuthill Patelslti McGuignn Unttcy Garrett Thomas Parsons Avcy McVaugh Poor Arnold Waggener Davis Beck Barnett Lempke Fitzgerald Strong Hindmnn Johnson FACULTY GARRETA H. BUSEY, PH.D. DORLES C. STUTZMAN, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MARY A. ARNOLD MAIKY M. AVEY JULIA E. BARNETT JANE E. BECK GWENDOLYN C. DAVIS JEAN L. FITZGERALD VIRGINIA HINDMAN MARIE F. JOHNSON MARJORIE I. LEMPKE MAXINE MCVAUGH JUNE E. PARSONS DOROTHY L. POOR JANET M. STRONG E. RUTH TUTHILL MARY C. WAGGONER Juniors MARJORIE E. BATTEY VIIXGINIA E. DILLE DOROTHY M. GARRETT PHYLLIS M. GRANT HELEN L. LEE M. JANE MCGUIGAN LOUISE M. PATELSKI Sopho mores MARY V. BRINTON MARY E. COLBY MARJORIE J. GOEMBEL FANNY L. JONES F. JANE MOORE DOLORES E. NAGODA MARY E. NICOLL ELSIE H. QUENTIN VIRGINIA SMOYER HELEN K. STOUTENBOROUGH ESTHER H- STUTTI-E BETTY L. THOMAS JEROMA L. WALLACE Fresbm en MARGARET E. BOUIJRYE HELEN DAY DOROTHY DENTON ELEANOR F. FOHR RUTH GOEBEL FRANCES E. GRANT R. ELIZABETH LEE MARGARET E. MCBRIIDE RUTH M. MILLER HELEN PORTER LOUISE VAN ETTA A B I' A E Z H 6 I K A Page 422 PHA DE Founded . WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE, 1851 Fifty-eight Active Chapters SIGMA CHAPTER . . Established, 1912 1202 West Nevada Street LTA PI . ' ' u -,I . -kk I L., , -1. 1 . . , 'wx f . J . Abeling Gates Ropiequct Simmonds Anderxun Milligan Janata Gossett Reis! Phelps Peacock Mies Busey Schuyler Schaeffer WnIIderer Gortun Skusevec Smilll Brock Lopez Diaz Norris Lolxnes Lawrence Flngg McCI:Iin Howell Patterson Lourie Jenkins Norton Miller Seniors J. ALICE FLAGG KATHERINE L. HOWELL ALICE C. JENKINS DOROTHY H. LAWRENCE ELINOR LOURIE RUTH G. MCCLAIN HELEN E. MILLER MERRY K. NORTON SARAH A. PATTERSON FACULTY LOUISE M. PICKENS, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors CLARA J. DAYTON MARGARET H. GORTON JUDITH A. LOPEZ DIAZ HELEN A. MIES G. JANE SGHUYLER Sophomores HELEN J. ABELING CHRISTINE J. BROCK ELEANOR A. GOSSETT DOROTHY M. LOHNES M. ELIZABETH NORRIS MARJORIE L. REISZ ANNE M. SCHAEFFER MADELYN L. SIMMONDS VERONIGA E. SKUSEVEC MARGERY D. SMITH MARGARET M. WANDERER F resbmen MARJORIE R. ANDERSON MARGARET S. BUSEY JEAN E. GATES MILIJRED R. JANATA NADINE L. MILLIGAN MARATHA H. PEACOCK MOLLIE M. PHELPS EDITH ROPIEQUET E O Tl PZ T TCD XAYP Q Page 423 5 : ALPHA EPSILON PHI Founded . . . BARNARD COLLEGE, 1909 Twenty-eight Active Chapters A A Q MU CHAPTER . . . Established, 1918 904 South Third Street Kline Myers Raclin R. Silver Grossman Ringol Katz Woolf Levy E. Silver Block Kovler Silverstein Gould Dagan l.uwenstcin Miclwlxon M. Ruscnlulum Cantor Anncnbcrg Galinsky Huss Lcfokuwitz J. Roscnblum Kurrxon Maier Rnscnkrantz Oplalka Baker Allman Cole Barlow Weiss Kuhn Freund Muses Stern Ehriclx Himclblau Ncwmann Seniors HENRIETTA E. BARLOW ESTELLE B. FREUNIJ MARTHA L. KoHN RUTH J. KUI-IN CONSTANCE A. Mosns EVELYN A. STERN FLORETTE M. WEISS juniors JOAN ALLMAN EVELYN M. BAKER JEAN D. COLE MEMBERS IN HORTENSE L. EHRICH LUCILE C. HIMELBLAU Sophomore.: I-IELENE R. ANNENBERG DOROTHY F. CANToR BERNICE M. GALINSIQY LUCILE F. I-Iuss SYLVIA KURTZON CECILLE LEITOKOWITZ MARJORIE J. MAIER JEAN M. MICHELSON JOAN B. NEWMANN UNIVERSITY IRMA F. OPLATKA CARLYN P. REINEBERG JANICE A. ROSENBLUM MIRIAM ROSENBLUM FREDRIKA ROSENKRANTZ RENNETTE E. SCHPOR Freshmen PAULINE S. BLOCK BERNICE M. DAGAN MARJORIE GO'ULD JOSEPHINE GROSSMAN GERTRLIIIE E. KATZ ETHEI. A. KLINE RosEL1.A KovLER JUNE V. LEVY HARRIET J. LOWENSTEIN HERMIEN R. MYERS VIRGINIA R. RACLIN ISABELLE RINGOL EDITH G. SILVER REBA SILVER RAYNA B. SILVERSTEIN SHIRLEY R. XVOOLF A B l' A E Z H 9 I K A M Page 424 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Founded . . SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1904 -fig Forty-five Active Chapters why l,?5'J: SIGMA CHAPTER . . Established, 1918 1,g'AfQ:,5g, 1106 South Lincoln Avenue I ' ,.. '95 R' .4 , .,. Hobson IJeWolfc Adsit Hall Mulnc Mnrriolt Gentleman Malgcc Hayes Krueger Frnmplon Biggs Woolley Middleton Merriner MicGinty Burnett Blair Fell Visser Parks Sclnniilr Schwarz Hoyt Burt Moreland M.ItllIewson Iinhr A. Smith Potter Black Cocrver Lyman Mies llilger Lydy Laurence J. Danccy Corya B. Smith Miller Kerr I-Iolmc Cox Rcinkc linstman Seniors MARY J. CORYA ROSEMARY E. Cox SARA C. EASTMAN MARY E. HOLME DOROTPIY L. KERR R. ANNE LYDY MARIAN F. MATTHEWSON MARTHA P. MILLER KATHERINE L. REINKE BETTY J. SMITH FACULTY ROSALIE M. PARR, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENT JESSIE F. DANCEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors DELPPIIA P. BIGGS ELOISE J. BILGER BARBARA J. BLACK GRACE M. COERVER HELEN L. DANCEY RUBY FAHR EVELYN M. LAURENGE HELEN L. LYMAN CATHERINE F. MIES J. MARIE MORELAND ELEANOR S. POTTER A. ELEANOR SMITH L. LORRAINE WOOLLEY So j1lJo1norcs BETTY M. BLAIR Q. MAXINE BURNETT HELEN E. BURT M. MAURENE FELL ELEANOR V. HOYT CLARA F. MCGINTY VIRGINIA R. MERRINER ELIZABETH J. MIDDLETON JEAN E. PARKS VIRGINIA M. SGHMIDT RUTH E. SGHWARZ VIRGINIA M. VISSER Freshmen MARY J. ADSIT PAYE M. BILLINGSLEY GLADYS M. DEWOLI3'E A. LUWANA FRAMETON BETTY J. GENTLEMAN RUTH W. HALL MARY L. HAYES MAIKGAIKET A. HOBSON LOUISE S. KRUEGER ANNA M. MAGEE ELIZABETH J. MARRIOTT MAIKY K. METCALIT FLORENCE A. MULAG E O Tl P Z T Y' fb X W Q Page 425 i"'3 Q S A .-: Ig 9 Foumlnl . . . BARNARD COLLEGE, 1897 1 .' he Qi.: ,Y-In '.'.. V ' f.'.'lu N., 76,7 pr A. . .. Q fqgP'99ff.s 1. 99-"FFT Q, 3 1. . Forty-five Active Chapters IOTA CHAPTER . . Established, 1911 706 South Mathews Street Shure C. Dnleh Harrington Sells Cosgrove Merxhimer Longmire Krevix Wagner liorster Burns Berg Brarlney Dolch M.1Iennessey Howard Baker Lang Yelter DuVal 1'i.IIennessey D.Calvin Wyatt Calvin Lewis Wendell Perkins Gaul: Isley Curtis McGlade Kreim Petri Chamberlin Courtright Rothwell Morrison Ferguson Graham Murphy Meislahn Recd Dragon Berryman Cook Davis FACULTY Seniors MARJORIE E. BERRYMAN DOROTHY D. COOK JEAN E. DRAGOO RUTH A. FERGUSON KATHRYN M. GRAHAM ARNIETA J. MEISLAHN MILDRED C. MORRISON HELEN E. MURPHY RAE REED Izmiors DORIS CHAMEERLIN MARY J. COURTRIGHT LOUISE M. WOODROOFE, B.P. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HIiLEN M. CURTIS LOIS E. DAVIS MARGAIKET J. GAULT MARILYN ISLEY EVELYN L. KREIM MARKJORIE L. LEWIS CHARLOTTE A. MCGLADE VIRGINIA D. PERKINS FLORINE E. PETRI GRACE A. ROTHWELL M. JANE WENDELL Sopbomorcs MARGARET E. BAKER ERNESTINE CALVIN ELEANOR DOLCH ALICE S. DU VAL JEAN C. FORSTER BETH L. FOWLER JEAN L. GOUGLER MARITA HENNESSEY EVELYN G. HOWARD EDITH K. LANG DOROTHY E. YETTER Frc'sbmc'n HELEN I. BERG MARY M. BRADNEY PHYLIS L. BURNS DORIS A. CALVIN MAXINE E. COSGROVE CATHERINE DOLCH MARY L. HARRINGTON FRANCES E. HENNESSEY DORIS G. KREVIS F. HELEN LONGMIRE JUNE MERSHIMER PHEBE J. SELLS JANET H. SHUTE BETTY J. WAGNER MARGERY L. WYATT Pnygr' 426 Founded . . SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1872 BETA ALPHA CHAPTER . Established, 1922 TTTI T 508 Ewst Armory Avenue ' All-is Thirty-one Active Chapters If . t , rrp:-5 A ABB Lewis Ruby Stull Souci Senrruu Rcisner Rudy Hnubcrg Warren Barnes Lyddon Calloway Grnblc Engel Braden Clark Huff Wright Tryon Dnhm Pfistercr Nilles Wood FACULTY MARGARET BLOOM, PH.D. LILLIAN MARR, A.B. ERNESTINE K JENISON, A.M. JANE C. WATT, A.B., M.MUs. Seniors RUTH A. LYDDON THELMA J. WARREN juniors O. ROSEMARY BARNES CATHERINE D. I-IAUBERG MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SARAH H. LORING KATHRYN T. RABY MARY L. REISNER ELIZABETH J. RUDY EVELYN L. WOOD Sopbomorcs JANE B. ENGEL JEANNE L. SCARROTT JEAN M. SOUCI Freshmen JEAN BRADEN CAROLINE C. CALLOWAY RUTH E. CLARK JOSEPHINE M. DAHM JEAN E. GRABLE JENNIE M. HUEF JEANNETTE LEWIS 'WINOGENE F. NILLES RUTH M. PFISTERER MARTHA H. STULL C. PHYLLIS TRYON LAURA E. WRIGHT N E O TI P Z T Y fb X KP Q Page 427 x .. . I., .-Q. .bi A' IALPHA XI DEL Foundcfd . . . LOMBARD COLLEGE, 1893 Fifty-four Active Chapters A I I "'i7'3' KAPPA CHAPTER . . Established, 1905 715 West Michigan Street Shepard Jensen Gilmore Dufflcr Johnson Hodgson Rocklmld Gilstcr Hoffman Blazck Ncwkirk B. Kelley P. Smith R.Sll1lll! Vanderbilt Kiltcrnmn Pcintncr Butlcr Murphy Cnpcrton Bugg F. Kelley Marsh Jokisch McCann Zimmerman Ryan Whitlock Wicclxcrt Hank Nelson Flcisclibcin Elfstrnnd Valbraclit Mnsiokus Oclim Spicsmnn FACULTY IRENE D. PIERSON, A.B. ANN A. SMITH, Seniors JOAN L. CAPERTON FRANCES E. ELFSTRAND ANNETTE L. FLEISCI-IBEIN MARJOIKIE E. HAAK VIIKGINIA B. HUEE FRANCES L. MASIOKUS RAE M. NELSON MARIE K. OEHM SYLVIA R. VALBIKACHT ELNOR K. WIECHERT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Juniors HELEN V. BOGG FLORENCE M. KELLEY M. LENORE KITTERMAN DORIS M. MCCANN ELIZABETH J. PEINTNER AGNES M. RYAN RUTH V. SMITH MILIJRED C. SPIESMAN MARY R. VANDERBILT HELEN M. XVI-IITLOCK JULIA B. ZIMMERMAN Sopbomorcs EVELYN E. BLAZER JANET M. BUTLER OLGA M. GILSTER FRANCES A. HODGSON DOROTHY G. HOFFMAN GRACE E. JOHNSON ALTA G. JOKISCH A.M. KATHRYN E. MARSH EVELYN L. MURPHY MARY K. ROCKHOLD JEAN S. SHEPARD Frcsbrnerz MARGARET A. DEEELER HARRIET E. GILMORE DOROTHY JENSEN BERNICE E. KELLEY MARJORIE E. NEWKIRK PEGGY C. SMITH A B I' A E Z H GD I K A M Page 428 TA PHI ALPHA Founded . UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1909 ,L Q54 . . 1 ' 'Q TWCHUY-SIX Actxve Chapters JB BETA CHAPTER ' . . EstabIished,1923 '-I,,.,,'i,,' 805 West Pennsylvania Avenue Belling Monk Granger Parker Zutlcrmcistcr Oyon Bcynon Soukup Klnpperich Wcclcw Ridgwny Vinjc M Cnulcy Tcllccn Hill Dunlap Scclmaycr FACULTY MARCELLINE E. GOUGLER, B.S. MARIE L. RAMSER, B.S. ELIZABETH A. MCBRIDE, A.B. ENID SCI-INAUBER, M.S. Seniors MARIE V. KLAPPERICH MARCELLA E. MCCAULEY CATHERINE E. MARTIN PHYLLIS E. MONK GRADUATE STUDENT DOROTHY J. HILL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARION A. RIDGWAY HELEN M. SEELMAYER MARGARET E. TELLEEN M. ELIZABETH VINJE MARCELLA U. WECLEW juniors NATALIA M. BELTING ETHEL M. DUNLAP KATHERINE ZUTTERMEISTER Sopbomorcs RUTH I. BEYNON EVELYN M. GREAGER SHIRLEY M. OYEN H. RACHAEL PARKER DOROTHY E. SOUKUP E TI P Z T Y' fb X KP Q N O Page 429 BETA SIGMA OMICRON .v,.s?rA Fozmded . . UNIVERSITY OF MISSOIIIKI, 1888 I tiyfd Twenty-four Active Chapters .fiffa-3' ALPHA MU CHAPTER . Established, 1927 212 East Chalmers Street Kelly Johnsron McGill Harrell Slcpicka Crippin Landsncss Baker Krousc Knccr Price Nielsen Means Roberson Miller Wcst Hlavncck Squires Foster Wicks Zimmerman Broom FACULTY LEORA P. KNEER, M.S. GRADUATE STUDENTS RUTH T. KROUSE DOROTHY I. Seniors MARGUERITE W. BAKER MARY L. CRIPPIN CATHERINE E. HARRELL MARJORIE A. LANDSNESS HELEN T. MCGILL HESTER B. MEANS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JULIA L. MOOR LILLIAN W. NIELSEN VIDA M. WICKS juniors ELLA I-ILAVAGEK ETHEL B. MILLER GERTRUDE PRICE LENA B. ROBERSON PAULINE M. SLEPICKA LOUISE C. ZIMMERMAN Sophomores CARY A. BECKLY VIRGINIA E. FOSTER WEST MARGARET C. JOHNSTON ALDONA A. JUSKA MARGARET M. KELLY MARGARET L. SQUIRES Freshmen HARRIET C. BROOM MARY L. METZNER A B l' A E Z H 6 . I K A M Page 430 Foimdetl . UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, 1895 Eighty-nine Active Chapters f -i 4, OMICRON CHAPTER . Established, woo - "jEi?95,' J 907 South Wright Street 'I 'Il marb- McCarry Baldwin Kcrwin Spencer I-Ioulclian Bucklcn Urban Turner M. Snyder C. Putnam Rcurlx J. Bolstad Riclmmnd Llghtlmdy Blum Twyman Vance Barren. lllulnlner M.Wl1itc Ilramdt I.. Malone Levis Larkin D.l'ulnanI James Gilbert Heigl P. Snyder Iirzinger Lake I.. Adaxnt Gray Munro Randall D.BulSIad Carlson I..Wl1iIe lI.Iuerafeld Alexander D. Malone Cover I. Murdock Murdock Grcif Kennedy Lytlc I-Iesselscliwcrdt F. Adams Seniors LOIS J. ADAMS ELBERTA J. ALEXANDER MAIKY E. COVER PHYLLIS E. GRAY DOROTHY M. GREIF CATHERINE L. HESSELSCHWERDT EDITH LYTLE DOROTHY E. MALONE MARYAN M. MOORE ELIZABETH MURDOCK IRMANELL MURDOCK FACULTY CORNELIA P. KELLEY, PH.D. CLARISSA RINAKER, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY juniors Sopbomores FLORENCE I. ADAMS LYDA M. ARMSTRONG R. CAROL BAUERSFELD DOROTHY BOLSTAD LEOLA M. CARLSON ELEANOR V. ERZINGER JANE GILBERT LOIS I. HEIGL SUNNY KENNEDY JULIA M. LAKE DOROTHY M. RANDALL PHYLLIS E. SNYDER Lois K. WHITE DOIKOTHY F. BLUM MARY F. BRANDT ELIZABETH A. JAMES GERALDINE H. LARKIN IRENE P. LEVIS KATHERINE J. LIGHTBODY LOUISE MALONE VIIKGINIA B. PLUMMER DORIS M. PUTNAM MARY J. SAUNDERS MARGARET L. TWYMAN GAIL M. VANCE PH.D. Fresbm en ROBERTA M. BALDWIN ALICE L. BARRETT JUNE BOLSTAD JANE BUCKLEN LOUISE E. I-IOULEHAN NAOMI I-I. KERWIN ELIZABETH E. MCCARTY CATHERINE L. PUTNAM IDA M. RICHMOND MARGARET ROUTH MARIAN E. SNYDER WANDA L. SPENCER JUNE B. TURNER MAIKIAN URBAN MARY E. WHITE 5 O TI P 2 T Y cb x KP O Page 4 3 I DELTA DE LTA DELTA if X AQTU, Founder! . . BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1888 Eighty-thrce Active Chapters leg' V Raw DELTA PI CHAPTER . Established, 1920 A S08 East Chalmers Street Nelson Whitclcy Smith Moormcm Sundquist Bradbury Filson Robertson Riegel Auer Scott Caldwell McCaSkill Beasley Young Hucckel Little Proctor Fast Schuessler Shinn Clark Kendall Bauer Von Almen Lciscnring Reese Taylor M. Meixner Collins Bailey Busse Miller Rolph Ruth DuI.any Simpson Hudelson Stinson J. Mcixncr Szigall Baucrsfeld Robinson Sackett Perree Grant Farley Scngstock Dorner Dowell Seniors EMMA AUER HARRIET V. BRADBURY CONSTANCE H. FILBEY KATHERINE U. FILSON MARGARET J. MCCASKILL SHIRLIE L. MOORMAN RUTH E. RIEGEL MAXINE ROBERTSON VIIKGINIA A. SCOTT RUTH E. SMITH DOROTHY L. SUNDQUIST juniors A. ELIZABETH BAUER F. JANE BEASLEY FACULTY LEAH F. TRELEASE, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENT MARY E. KLINGNER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARGARET K. CALDWELL JANET CLARK MIRIAM L. FAST MARGAIKET K. HUECKEL CATHERINE A. KENDALL MARY J. LEISENRING MARJORIE E. MEIXNER GRACE M. NELSON LOUISE I. PROCTOR MARGARET J. REESE LUCILE B. SCHUESSLER SARAH E. SHINN DOROTHY G. TAYLOR ANNA K. VON ALMEN RUTH A. WI-IITELEY JANET L. YOUNG S0 pbomo rcs GEORGIA K. BUSSE DOROTHY B. DULANY ALICE HUDELSON THALIA C. LITTLE JOSEPHINE P. MEIXNER CHARLOTTE L. MILLER CAROL ROLPH DOROTHY A. ROTH MATHILUA C. SIMPSON EILEEN STIGALL LOIS M. STINSON Boot Hubbard Frcxvbnicn JANET B. BAILEY ELIZABETH H. BAUERSFELD LOIS J. BOOT AUDREY R. COLLINS MARY A. DORNER ANNA L. DOWELL ELIZABETH J. FARLEY WILMA F. GRANT GAYLE HUBBARD ELINOR J. PETREE RUTH E. ROBINSON VIRGINIA A. SACKETT DORIS E. SENGSTOCK A B I' A E Z H C9 I K A M Page 43 2 LTA AMM Founded . . . LEWIS INSTITUTE, 1874 I Qi Forty-Seven Active Chapters Zi' ' IOTA CHAPTER . . Established, 1906 I A 5 N 804 South Mathews Street Bull Crofford Hill Kracmer Rauschert Munro Currcns Wayland Gunderson M.Kunz Pence Donaldson Allen Lipscomb M. Sharp A. Kunz Ball O'Ncill Morse White Bradley Bullingron Seaman Arlxucklc Raul: Mclivuy E. Davis Moore Borchardt Hicl-cox Peter Smith Western Askren Danley D. Davis Manock Kahler Madden Mason Nickel Haskell Brown G. Sharp Johnston FACULTY FRANCES L. KAAR, A.B. ALTA G. SAUNDERS, DOROTHY E. STUTTLE, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MARGARET F. ASKREN ISAIIEL H. DANLEY DOROTHY L. NICKEL VIVIAN D. PETER MARY C. SMITH CAROL WESTERN juniors BETTY C. ALLEN DOROTHY J. BORCHARDT MARY E. BROWN RUTH CURRENS DOROTHY DAVIS ELVA H. DAVIS JEANNETTE L. HICKOX MARGARET M. KAHLER RUTH LIPSCOMB MARGARET I. MADDEN DOROTHY V. MANOGK ELIZABETH H. MOORE Soploomores BETTY L. ARIIUGKLE MARY D. BALL MARY E. BRADLEY RUTH A. BUFFINGTON GEORGIALEE BULL ANN L. CROFFORD SHIRLEY E. HILL ANNAMARIE KUNZ JEAN C. MCEVOY CHRISTINE M. MORSE ROSEMARY O,NEILL H. CORENNE PENCE MARGERY E. RAUB A. JANE SEAMAN MARJORIE M. SHARP BARBARA F. TUTTLE HARRIET B. WHITE A.M. Frcslamcn H. JEAN DONALDSON DOROTHY G. GUNDERSON BETTIE L. HASKELL M. VIIKGINIA JOHNSTON MAIKIE C. KRAEMEI! MARGAIKET KUNZ DORIS H. MASON JEAN G. MUNRO MARY A. RAUSCPIEIKT G. VIRGINIA SHARP HAIKRIET R. WAYLANII 5 O TI P 2 T Y cb x Sv O Pwxf 433 DELT A Z 150111111111 . . . MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1902 Fifty-nine Active Chapters ALPHA BETA CHAPTER . Established, 1921 710 West Ohio Street Parton Porter Appell Block Kirby Montgomery Heusclx Terzis Lines Smith Burkey Daniel Roberts Snider Lu McDowell Thompson Daniels Reel Goudcy Simms Katzmann FACULTY FLORENCE M. HARDING, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENTS BETTY G. HEUSGI-I MILDRED A. POTTER MEMBERS IN Seniors HARRIET C. MURPHY ALICE J. APPELL FRANCES M. PATTON K T . A HEMNE A BLOCK CATHRINE A. SIMMS ROBERTA M. BURKEY JEAN A. SMITH MARY C. KIRBY MARGARET M. SNIDER HELEN C. LINES ALLEGRA C. MONTGOMERY DOLLY A. TERZIS UNIVERSITY juniors JULIA V. DANIEL HELEN D. DANIELS HENRIETTA LEMBKE CARIE MCDOWELL MARTHA E. REEL ROSEMARY E. ROBERTS Sophomore MARGARET L. Lux Freshmen BEss L. GOUDEY EVELYN R. KATZMANN MARYBELLE THOMPSON B l' A E Z H 9 l K A M Page 434 ET MMA PHI BE Foumlerl . . SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1874 Forty-six Active Chapters . rjgigligat OMICRON CHAPTER . Established, 1913 1110 West Nevada Street Z1 VW TA. W'allaee Green Herzog Korsmo I.exlie Kurtz Way Newcomb Petru E.l'o0rIII.m Hart Danlant Funk lioollx Turek Rolsinxon M.Scolt Johnson Weakly Ranger Kacxer Callcn Snow lflancgin lilnra Davis S. Puorman Scovill Merriam Simpson XVessel Kirk Smith Pride Vuuliuskirk Savage Boyd Ilill MacGregor Keith Kolb Knipp Bilsborrow Miller Sellers Gooding Clayton Head Matliexius Reielxart Ferrell FACULTY MAIKY W. BEAM, M.S. ANNA B. ROBINSON, A.M. MAIKIE M. HOSTETTER, A.B., B.L.S. FLORENCE L. WHITE, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors I ll niors S0 pho 111 ores F 7'l'S,JNIl"ll ELIZABETH A. BILSBORROW ANITA N. BOYD JOSEPHINE L. CLAYTON ELINOR T. DAVIS EVELYN FERRELL EVELYN M. GOODING ELEANOR M. HEAD VIRGINIA M. HILL MAIKY KEITH BARBARA M. KNIPP PAULINE E. KOLB ANNA K. MACGIKEGOIK M. LUCILLE MATHESIUS SARAH L. POORMAN DOROTHY M. REICHART KATHRYN M. SELLERS I-IELEN J. KIRK MARGARET MERRIAM LOUISE M. MILLEIK FRANCES B. PRIDE MIIKIAM J. SAVAGE MARY J. SCOVILL KATHEIKINE SIMPSON DOIKOTPIY E. SMITH E. IIKMA VAN BUSKIRK ROBERTA L. WESSEL F. ELIZABETH BOOTH MARTHA S. CALLEN AIDELAIDE R. DADANT DOROTHY M. FLANEGIN LOUISE R. FLORA HARRIET F. FUNK VIvIAN I. JOHNSON MAIRION A. KAESEIK HEl-IiN G. PATTON JEANNE F. RANGER JEAN F. ROBINSON MAIKGARET L. SCOTT BETTY F. TUIKCK RUTH F. WEAKLY MARJORIE W. GREEN I'IARRl1iT HAIKT HAZEL A. I'IERZOG MAIKIAN M. KORSMO BONNIE M. KURTZ JEAN T. LESLIE MAIKGAIKIET A. NIiWCOMB LIBERTY B. PETRU ELOISE POORMAN JUNE J. SCOTT E. CAROLINE SNOW SHIRLEY R. WALLACE Pl-IYLLIS L. WAY E O Tl P Z T Y' QD X Xl! D Page 435 "1 ' H' ' ft my . F-.1 f-If 397 Y all .L A , . , 4:-61 " " .I .V .35 J .f , te. . - 4 KAPPA ALPHA THETA Sixty-three Active Chapters DELTA CHAPTER Established 1895 611 East Daniel Street A Founded . . DEPAUW UNIVERSITY, 1870 Talley Luetsclxer Newcomb Hoclael Serlmess Diehl Trultt Kemp Schnelxly McKinstry Ladd Snrgennt Cooper McNutt Smith Chilcot: Agnew Byers Foley Large Martin Kuhn Johnson Hnnnn Clifford Merriam Fisher Grant Frank Warren McAvoy Farley Auer Deal Gan Priestley Gullett Pownall Koehler Savage Scholl Kimball Dean Penwell Russell Arnold Armstrong ' FACULTY STELLA M. HAGUE, PH.D. STELLA R. PERCIVAL, B. MUS. CAROLINE F. TUPPER, PH.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors VIRGINIA M. SAVAGE ELIZABETH D. MERRIAM Freshmen JEAN ARMSTRONG DOROTHY SCHOLL JANE M- ROSE BARBARA DIEHL M. KATPILEEN ARNOLD - BETTY J- WARREN JEAN E. HOEBEL RUTH H. COOPER Inman ELINOR M. WILSON MARTHA DEAN GENEVIEVE E. AUER MARY KEMP ELIZABETH J GAA E. MARCELLA CLIFFORD S01'l90m0"f'5 BETTY A. KUHN JULIA L GULLETT ALICE I. DEAL CAROLYN J. AGNEW RUTH H, LADD CAROLYQG KIMBALL REGIQN? EISNER go-ERFZTZY A. BETTY LUETSCHER JEAN E. KOEHLER ARY ' ARLEY E ' S. EDITH MCKINSTRY MILDREIJ A. FISHER JANE L. CHILCOTT ROSAMOND PENWELL MARION FRANK DOROTHY J FOLEY DEBORAH H' NEWCOMB MAIKY A. GRANT RUTH E. LARGE ELLEN M- SCHNEBLY EUZABEEH W. PROVINE BETTY I-IANNA BETTY J. MCNUTT RUTH SETHNESS HELEN L, RUSSELL VIRGINIA E. JOHNSON PATTIE J. MARTIN BEVERLY TALLEY PATRICIA SARGEANT SALLY MGAVOY EMMY L. SMITH AUDREY J. TRUITT B I- A E Z H 9 I K A M Puge 43 6 A PPA ELTA O, . 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MOUNTJOY KIRKER SMITH M.S. Fwshmf-n MAIKIAN L. BAKER JEAN E. DE MAYORGA BARBARA K. HOWELL SYBILLA KEELER RUTH MORRIS IRMA VANCE DOROTHY E. WARREN N E O Tl P Z T Y' fb X All Q Prev 417 J KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA II Foumlvd . . MoNMoU'I'H COLLEGE, 1870 l. Seventy Active Chapters I ' 1-. F BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER . Established, 1899 1102 South Lincoln Avenue McCoy Bass Wiesc Kimbcll Sturgeon Robb Walde Schafer Hncltlcy Lewis Babbit Mlckelbcrry Moss Rasmussen Skillman Mcliinlay Rich Byers Pershall Reddish Wells Parker Baldus Wheeler Bischoff Cutter Burnham Willainson Schindler Baker Fischer Hunter Carnahan Parndis Seniors ANNE ASI-I M. ELIZABETH GRETHER HELEN J. HARMAN VIRGINIA M. KEUSINK MARGEIKY E. MCKEE M. ELIZBETH MATHIAS Mathias Putnam Grether Ash Harman Keusink Matthews Steele FACULTY HAIKRIET T. BARTO, A.M. KATHRYN V. BURNS, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PATTI BURNHAM SARAH E. CARNAHAN BARBARA CUTTER ELIZABETH R. FISCHER RUTH A. HACKLEY HARRIETT T. HUNTER Sopbomores ELIZABETH M. BABBIT LLEWELYN BAIRD ELSIE M. BALIJUS MARJORIE J. BYERS A.M. HARRIET M. COUGI-IENOUR CLARABELLE MCKINLAY Frrfsbmen JANE L. BAss MAIKY A. KIMBELL MARY J. McCoY JANE A. MICRELBERRY LILLIAN F. Moss MARY J. IVIATTI-IEWS MARY E. LEWIS DOROTHY H. PARKER M. JEAN ROBB RUTH E' PUTNAM BETHEL PARADE ROBERTA K. PERSHALI. MAIKY E. SCHAFER MARJOIKIE C. STEELE JOSEPHINE L. RASMUSSEN RO-IH V. REODISH IMOGENE STURGEON ' LOUISE M. SCHINDLER MARION J. RICH RUTH H' WADE Imuors ELLEN I.. SKILLMAN NANCY F, RILEY BEVERLY B. BAKER CONSTANCE I. WILKINSON M, GENEVIEVE RINK NANCY J' WHEELILR BARBARA P. BISCHOFE JEAN E. WILSON JANE E. WELLS LORMA WIESE Page 438 I Foumlcrl . . WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 18 S 2 Fifty-eight Active Chapters DELTA BETA CHAPTER . Established, 1921 706 West Ohio Street Seniors DOROTHY E. A1-ILERING HELEN M. BLOss MELVA J. DAVIS EVA M. GILLESIIIE BETTY J. 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Established, 1923 4.54451 1115 South Euclid Street A Leavitt E.S11apiro Motel M. Novak Phillips Diamond S. Shapiro Friedman Kuglcr Fcdcrgrecn Kuehn Melmnn Hammerman Bordoffsky Mannstcr Levine Pnssmnn Rubin S. Novak Reinhardt Zcidmnn Hirsh Hoffman Blair Scllcycr Snlins Lifscluultz Ornstein Okncr Katz Seniors CHARLOTTE J. BLAIR ANNETTE V. SCHEYER Juniors AUDREY A. HOFFMAN FRANCES L. LEAVITT AUDREY A. SALINS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sojzbomores CrvIA D. HAMMERMAN HARRIET J. HIRSH MILDRED C. KATZ NoRA D. LIFSCHULTZ GOLDYE L. ORNSTEIN SYLVIA C. ZEIDMAN Frcsb1ne1z ANAKRANA BORDOFFSKY HELEN DIAMOND MIRIAM C. FEDERGREEN JOYCE L. FRIEDMAN ETHEL KUEHN SAERREE KUGLER JUNE LEVINE EDYTHE J. MANASTER SHIRLEE J. MELMAN MURIEL G. MOTEL MARJORIE L. NOVAK SARA L. NOVAK LILLIAN V. OKNER MIRIAM PASSMAN MURIEL PHILLIPS EVELYN REINHARDT LUCILLE RUBIN ELEANOR D. SHAPIRO SELMA S. SHAPIRO X YP Q E O TI P Z T Y' CD I ' Page 441 P I T I 7fjfJ:0,,x gzlgizelasnflibg Fommlml . . 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GALE MARY G. KERVEY CATHERINE F MCGORRAY RUTH E. COGDAL GLORIA CRAWFORD JEANNE A. FAIRBAIRN BETHEL R. FRANCE M. ELIZABETH FRIEND MURIEL A. GATES JANE E. I-IADDEN BETTY L. I-IARBERS ELOISE P IRELAND Freshmen C. HELENE BENNETT JANE CHAPECK DOROTHY A. CLARK DOROTHY M. CUMMINGS MARJORIE EDWARDS JEAN E. FAIR BETTY J. FARIS - - - NELL R. GERE MARY M. OLDHAM MARY A. PRICE A. VIRGINIA KINSEY CHARLOTTE H, JOHNSTON LANIZLLE M. PI-IELPS MARY W. SKINNER GENEVIEVE G. LEWIS FLORENCE KEELER F f . RANCLS L PLATT RUTH J. WOODWARD MOLLY R. OWEN EDITH W' SQUIRES BERNICE E. POPE Sophomores IRMA J. STOUT M V H RNE ETHEL M. SCOTLAND NANCY M. BRANYAN FAY I. SULLIVAN ARGARET AN O LA VONNE E. TAYLOR CHRISTINE BUCHHOLZ VIIKGINIA L. SWANN PATRICIA A- WARREN ANNETTE M. WOLP'RAM ELIZABETH H. BURKLAND ANNE J. SWANSON HELEN C. WELLS A p 0' Page442 Ia' - i SIGMA DELTA TAU Fozmdcrl . . CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1917 Thirteen Active Chapters KAPPA CHAPTER . . Established, 1926 1104 West Nevada Street , ' 'S'-A , ' iff, 4 K 'lf "1r"'f-. I F' -' 1 "W-.. A esss fi :HSA S l V, ,fill A? . I: 'ul' .Y 'xr-,, S 3' 4 I vp T I . f Ya'-. I if A . I if fle , l 'T 'vb' I if 'Ai ' 9' fi' D fp A 1 . 3 if I. N 'N S, Ig.-,Maw 1.92. ,. I : I-Q61 if . , 'liizwa ' A U li 2'-I W5 A ' I lf "I 5 - 1 Llfi - :ffl ll 'l ll in HK f 5 xg- T giiiffgu .1.. g.- 1. -w I I J " ' l l A M i .. A -iw ' 'mmf lx " .4 I.. .STB M . -gt A , 'A i .14 Il" . f a I has I-I4 - 5. ., , -., h -. tw' xiii' :H X ..,.: r ...L ,KSQ fxwu nl ' 4 , - i I il mga ,l C 'igN 3?' :s': 'luv 2- if " ' 5 ' r ' 1 Lf ln: p lg 1-5 ...' 7 jd . I ,,.,x1 , ,l," ' I I ,J Y me llll.-I ..- A wil. iw ff A I 44' A 3 ' 4- V J Yawitt Huttuer Fisher Talmadgc Oppcnliam Lewy Allroms Rosenbaum Yablung Zimmerman ' Korshak Resin Rice Feinberg Robbins Schiff Loeb Smith Wagner Barish Zahlcr Fine Jenks Spinner Huffman Loeff P. Adler Margoles Bernstein Nathan Elkcs Glucck Koch Gingery F. Adler Weinstein Helper Cassell Seniors REGINA E. ELKES JANE N. GINGERY IDA A. GREENBERG MIDGE A. WEINSTEIN juniors FRANCES J. ADLER BETTY A. CASSELL BERNICE A. FINE DOROTHY I. GLUECK RUTH R. KOCH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY S0 pbomores PEARL H. ADLER MURL L. BERNSTEIN GRACE A. FEINBERG RUTH F. FISHER ADELE R. HELPER JOHANA HOFFMAN ADELE J. JENKS PEARL LOEB ELINOR B. LOEFF EDITH W. MAROOLES SYLVIA C. ROBBINS LORRAINE R. SPINNER HILDA YABLONG MARCELLA YAWITT Freshmen LILLIAN R. ABROMS SI-IIRLEY R. BARISH BEVERLY R. HUTTNER JANE E. KORSHAK ELEANOR LEWY S. JANE NATPIAN DOROTHY OPPENHAM SYLVERN A. RICE SYLVIA C. ROBBINS MILDRED ROSENBAUM RITA E. ROSIN PEARL M. SCHIFF HELEN D. SMITH ROSELYN N. TALMADGE GOLDYE F. WAGNER IRENE A. ZAHLER LILLIAN ZIMMERMAN O Ti P Z T Y' fb X W ii Pasv 443 SI GMA KAP lj, Founded . . . COLBY COLLEGE, 1874 gf' Forty-eight Active Chapters on ZKW, THETA CHAPTER . . Established, 1906 0 Panel- Q 1116 West Nevada Street Kunkel Hcidhucs Sr.Gcrm:Iin Stanton Harrison Shaw Dablcr Luster Houcck Davis Sanderson Schwartz Borg Zollcr Ovingron Florancc Kuhnen C. Huey Baker Kloos Rudolphacn Shailcr White Tipshus J. Huey Christoph FACULTY FANNIE M. BROOKS, A.B., R.N. JOSIE B. HOUCHENS, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ELIZABETH M. SANDERSON CHRISTINE T. SCHWARTZ Freshmen ELMA C. DAELER HELEN M' STANTON EI-0155 M' SHAW VIRGINIA M. BAKER H. JANE HARRISON juniors LOUISE H. HEIDHUES EBBA E. BERG HELEN J' LUSTER BETTY L. DAVIS ELIZABETH M. RUNKEL JEWEL E. HOUCEK MARY E. RUSICAMP CAROLINE B, HUEY M. ELEANOR ST. GERMAIN ELEANOR M. OVINGTON SOIIIJOHIO res AMY L. FLORANCE ALYCE E. KLOOS KATHRYN H. KUHNEN CHRISTINE ZOLLER HELEN E. CPIRISTOPH JANE B. I-IUEY CHARLOTTE L. RUDOLPHSEN HELEN M. SHAILER ANNE F. TIPSHUS MARY H. WHITE A B I- A E Z H GD I K A M Pasf 444 Founder! . UNIVEIKSITY Or MICHIGAN, 1912 ' 4 . . .-.-,B Seventeen Active Chapters A.. BETA CHAPTER . . Establisllccl, 1919 1005 West Nevada Street S Holmes Casper C. M.Illoy Krug Grcsik McTicrn:In Kilroy Dunne Cunningham Clifford Mngnn Armstrong McCormick Hall Lyons Martin Meyer Crane Smith Michcls Scanlon Cody Cadwell Wustcnbcrgcr McMahon Prncgcr J. Malloy Seniors MARION L. CAIJWELL MARY C. CODY CATHERINE C. MCMAHON JOSEPHINE R. MALLOY LUCRETIA M. MICHELS DORIS D. PRAEGER WINIFRED C. SCANLON Page 445 GRADUATE STUDENT BERNADINE H. MEYER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CATHERINE E. SMITH MARY E. VVESTENBERGER A. ROSALIE YELVINGTON juniors MARY E. BARNS M. MARGARET CASPER MARY J. MAGAN MARY E. MARTIN Sophomorcs MARY A. ARMSTRONG ISABEELE CRANE MARY P. CUNNINGHAM MARGARET C. HALL CATHERINE R. HOLMES ELIZABETH M. KILROY JUNE M. LYONS ALICE M. KRUG MAIKY C. MCCORMICK CATHERINE M. MALLOY F rcsbmcn MARY K. CLIFFORD DOROTHY M. DUNNE VIRGINIA E. GRESIK ROBERTA MCTIERNAN ROSEMARY STEUBER THETA UPSIL Q it-295, Foumlwl . UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 wE'sTb'?4 Twenty-six Active Chapters 'Lili GAMMA CHAPTER . . Established, 1923 '11 ' 606 West Ohio Street gli I Q I 5 f I , .Ty x Slwpnnck G. Kelley Garvin Tlmmas S. Kelley Glaxcuck Ahlf Lcnsure Anderson H l k Stuart Allen Tnrry Logan l'lynn Dclicrc Johnson Seniors JUANITA E. AHLF MARY A. GARVIN JUANITA GLASCOCK GRACE KELLEY ELOISE E. LOGAN f FACULTY MARGARET L. GREss, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GIiNEVIEVE M. SI-IEPANEK XVPIILMA A. DELIERE IRENE L. TARIKY ET!-IEL M. THOMAS juniors ROSEMARY ALLEN HELEN FLYNN RUTH A. HAEDIKE FRANCES E. LEASURE Sopbomorvs FLORENCE M. JOHNSON SALLIE KELLEY Freshmen MARY E. ANDERSON LORA STUART B I' A EGZ H C9 I K A Page 446 TA TAU ALPHA Founded . . VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL, 1898 Sixty-four Active Chapters IPLEAQ, ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER . Established, 1921 ,CQLQJQQQ 808 West Vermont Street Svniors DORIS D. GILCHRIST RUTH INGHAM BARBARA LAPINSKI VIRGINIA LOCKE juniors BETTY H. BLESSING EVELYN CHANDLER Bass Ycsulis Kern Lock Moylnn Lapinski Jennings Gacdc Hopkins Coleman Matthews Horan Jones Cutler Willcrron Eztclsun Gross Armstrong Jackson Janicck N lligcr Pullcn Fields Blessing Gilchrist Ingham Q FACULTY BEULAH M. AIKMSTRONG, PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS HELEN HOPKINS BONITA K. MATTHEWS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MAIKIE R. COLEMAN JEANNE M. CUTLER HELEN W. GAEDE MAIKION J. GROSS MAXINE JACKSON HELEN G. JONES BETTY WILLERTON ANNE P. YESULIS Sojzbo III ores VIVIAN M. ETTELSON DOROTHY D. FIELDS KATPIEIKINE M. HORAN MARGARET JENNINGS MARION VILLIGER F rcxbm en JEAN BASS FRANCES A. JANICEK MAIRY E. KEIKN JANE E. MOYLAN VVINIFRED M. PULLEN 5 O TI P 2 T T cb x YP O Fw 417 , 7- ' apnztze qx? 2' I . :I " o BETHANY CIRCLE Founded . UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1912 Seven Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER . . Established, 1912 1202 West Oregon Street Seniors V. BELLE APPLE MARCUERITE A. DONOVAN EMILY R. JONES ELIZABETH F. WILLIAMS juniors BERNICE A. BLACK MARGARET A. Cox THELMA E. 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WOLENS A B T A E Z H 9 I K A M Page 4 50 I W01VIEN'S RESIDENCE HALL 1111 West Nevada Street GRADUATE STUDENTS VERNITA M. CRAWFORD F. LOIS OTT Seniors HELEN E. ANDERSON LEAH A. AUGUR CHARLOTTE T. BAER EVELYN M. BAKKE MARY H. BOLEY MARY L. BROWN JEAN S. CABEEN CLAIRE I. CORNICK MAE EDWARDS H. BLONDELLE ELDRIDGE GRETA L. ELLIOTT DORATHEA W. FRIEDRICH LOIS M. GILBERT GWEN G. GRIFFEN LUCILLE E. JOST INIARGARET C. KOLLER NAOMI L. LEYHE HESTER E. MCMILLEN GRACE MEIER DOROTHY E. MOHN DOROTHY P. NELSON CONSTANCE W. PADDEN HELEN F. ROBERTS DOLORES C. SANDRY ' EDITH W. VAN SICKLE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KATHRYN W. BOWEN LAVARA H. BRUMBAUGH PEARL C. BUZY MARY I. HIGGASON M. ELIZABETH JAMES VIRGINIA A. KOHL DIVA R. LUONGO SARAH R. MARSHALL AUDRE E. PAWLICKI MARY I. PEPIIERDINE ARLEEN PRITCHARD MARY H. RAISTRICK VIOLA I. SCALA MARY B. SEATON KATHERINE M. STEINZ MARGUERITE TI-IEIS MAIKIETTA B. TUCKER SHIRLEY L. TURNER MARIE E. TYLER BEATRICE E. WELTON MAY H. WONG S0 ploomores HELEN D. 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I'IARMON NN BIIRNADINR L. HAIKNSBERGER HAIRIKY P. HAIk'I' CARL F. I-IAUSIER ALIfRIaIm C. I'IIZNNlNG IZDMUND V. I'IllNRY BIINJAMIN W. HII.I. THOMAS R. I'IILL IIRIED HII.I.IaR UIKBAN HIIIII CONRAD F. IYILAVAILIEK EDWIN R. HQDGIQS J. NIIII GII.I.IiSl'Ili K I'IAROI.Il A. I'IOIfl-'MAN IiI.IzANoR B. GoDImARn WII.liliIi'l' J. I'IOIfIfMl2IS'l'IEll VIRGII. V. GRANT RoIIIaR'I' XV. IDI3R Rov P. GRII"IfIN IQIENG -JIEN Ro:IIaR'I' W. GRIM I'IAROLll A. JoIINsoN IQIIN Ii. GRANIQY IIMURY C. GUYNN -JOSIZPI I C. .lox I N:foN IEDWARII I I. KANN Page 454 S Ari JOSEI-I I J. K AvoLuS l'ruxiI1vut, Firxl Svflwxla-r DONALD M. KAIKIK SARAH KATZ JOSEPH J. KAVOLUS JOHN M. KIEIZIPIE CHARLES I. KELLER JOSEPH P. KERPAN WILLARD H. KIERIK LOUIS M. KESSI.Eli JOI-IN D. KIBLER PRESTON W. KIMBALL XVIISLIAM P. KLOPIf'ENSTEIN JOHN W. KLUBERG EDWARD C. KONCHAL DONALIJ E. KIKOIESCIYI RAY V. LAMBERT DEAN M. LA MON HAliOI-IJ D. LANGHAN JOSEPH B. LANTERMAN JOHN R. LARIMER ROBERT R. LAUBER DONALD E. 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UNBEHAUN WILLIAM VAN DYKE ROBEIKT C. VERKLER VIRGINIA M. VISSEIK XVILLIS O. VVAI-ILFELD RALPH C. WALTER ELMER V. WEICHEL, JR. GUY E. WEIR EDWARD C. WEISE GIZOIKGE A. WENTZELL LOUISE A. WESTERBEEK GEORGE E. WHEELER JOHN B. WHITE MYIKA E. WHITFORD MAURICIIE J. WILLIAMS IQEITI-I L. WILSON BENJAMIN W. WISE SIDNEY B. WOLFE HORTI-:NSE M. YOFIVIE JOIIN B. ZELLE GORDON ZELLE L E A RN I N G 8:.LABOR Page 45 5 ' PHA KAPP Founded, New York University, 1904 Epsilon Clmpwr 14111 iiliffii I i c.1W'!l! A ' 5715 fm! If-l lf. 'Vzfgzff ' A PSI Fifty-Seven Active Chapters T0 Fosfvr Scicwfific' Rz'.warc'lJ in fbc Fields of Colzzzzlvrcc, Armuufs am! Finuuceg Educah' fbzr Public' lo Ajnjmfciafc and Dvmamf Higbvr Ideals Therein CHESTER R. ANIJEIKSON, A.M. HENRY H. BAILY, A.M., C.P.A. PEMBROKIE H. BROWN, PH.D. CII-IARLES R. FREDERICK, M.S. XVALTER F. FRESE, A.M., C.P.A. ROBERT P. I-IAEKETT, PI-I.D. MIIRLIN H. I'IUN'I'ER, PH.D. FRED M. JONES, M.S. DAVID KINLEY, PH.D., Svniors FRANK B. ANDERSON GEORGE A. ERBECK ROBEIIT L. FABER DALIE H. FULTON LEON B. GIiI'l'PIMAN D. OLIVER HEIN WIILFRED F. HOIZLSCHEIK LOUIS M. KESSLER JAMES H. MANSEIELD LL.D. FACULTY FREDERIC E. LEE, PH.D. GAZE E. LUKAS, M.S., C.P.A. HALE L. NEWCOMEIK, M.S., C. P. A. MAUIKICE H. ILOBINSON, PH.D. FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, PH.D. HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. CHARLES M. THOMPSON, PH.D., LL.D., LITT. D. PAUL M. VAN ARSDELL, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ROY S. RICKETTS AYNSLEY ROSS Juniors EDXVARD J. ALTOIKIFER ROBERT Z. BOEHMEN JAMES J. BUTLER HAROLD V. GEBPIART ROY P. GRIFFIN TI-IOMAS H. JACKSON KENT C. MCKNIGPIT MALCOLM E. MAIKSH FREDERICK W. Roos CII-IARLES C. TILITORIJ So pho m ores WILBUR R. CURETON CHARLES W. DAVIS LLOYD F. OLESON JAMES L. PARKER HENRY J. SPANJER, JR. to Hein FI pson Brown Newcomer II kc!! Mansfield Fulton Ross Marsh D Roos Iiouhmc n Spanjcr Jackson Griilin JC Curcron A - 1 1 J A : . Q Page 456 BAND Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 1 5 if , .4.1.l.r.. ,nf- Jillg'-I 'g li F One Active Chapter Honorary CIIIIIIIIPYCI' Activity Fraivrnify MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors BEN C. LEWIS, JR. HAIKVEY H. ACTON WALTER W. LINDER ALLEN R. BENNETT CARLISLE E. MOYER EDWIN L. BOYNTON JAMES B. ROSBOROUGH FRED S. CROOK FLOYD A. SINGLETON ROl3liRT C. EVANS MOUNTIYORT H. SMITH MAIKLIN HAAS CLARENCE E. SODERSTROM GARDNER W. HEIDIKICK JOHN W. USEORNE F. Ross I-IILES GEORGE C. ZELLER CHARLES W. HONEYWELL juniors N. HALL LAYMAN JAMES L. ALLEN C. KENT LEEPER EIJWARD J. ALTOIKFEIK CLARK A. BAILEY ROBliliT M. DEIKIKOUGH P. WILLIAM GIBBS UIKISAN HIPP C. JAMES LARSON SAMUEL H. LAW LOWELL V. OZMENT ROBERT S. RUMMLER WESLEY E. STARK MONROE B. VAN GUNTEN ROBIERT G. WARMBOLD LEONARD H. ZIEHM Evans Larson Ziclim Bailey Moyer Gibbs Bennett Hcidrick Singleton Lzyman Usborne Bnynton Smith Hiles Hans Hipp Law Stark Altorfer W.Irmbold Rummlcr Allen Pffxf 457 I - J ' 0 I U ETA ALPHA PSI Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 Alpha Chapter ..f"",l'if'f7 IEiR1?,"Vf'p? if To Promolc Scholarship, Pravfizfalify, and Sociabiliiy in HENRY H BAILY, A.M., C.P.A. ESSEL R DILLAVOU, A.M., J.D. EDWAIKD J FILBEY, PH.D., C.P.A. WALTER I' FRESE, A.M., C.P.A. HORACE M GRAY, PH.D. PAUL M GREEN PH.D. ROBERT P HACRETT, PH.D. Seniors HOWARD G. ACIKER ROBEIKT H. DADANT WILLIAM F. DEWEY FACULTY XVILBERT E. KAIXRENBROCK, PH.D. ANANIAS C. LITTLETON, PH.D., C.P.A. GAZE E. LUKAS, M.S., C.P.A. JOHN W. MCMAPIAN, M.S. LLOYD MOREY, A.B., B.MUs., C.P.A. CECIL A. MOYER, M. S. Sixteen Active Chapters fine Al'C0lH1ffllg Profession HALE L. NEWCOMER, M.S., C.P.A. MAURICE H. ROBINSON, PH.D. CHARLES F. SCHLATTER, M.S., C.P.A. HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. EDWIN L. THEISS, PH.D., PAUL M. VAN ARSDELL, M.S. C.P.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CHARLES W. MORTON CLARENCE E. PARTEE A. ROBERT SEASS WILBUR M. YOUNG XVII.I.IAM J. FRIEND juniors JOSEPH J. KAVOLUS JOHN CERUTTI EDWARD C. KONCHAI. HARVEY W. GEIST JOHN R. LARIMER JOHN W. KEEI4'E WILLARD H. KEIKIK MALCOLM E. MARSH JAMES A. DE MAYO CLARKE L. SHABINO ROLLEN H. SMITH BERT P. SNOW GEORGE V. SPENGEL D.ul:nI Kzirrcnbrock Shzlxino Kerr Dew y K.mclu.Il Ccruui Knvulus Young Snow Guin Ackcr Scans l..Irimcr I'.IrKuu lirivnd Kccfc dn: Mayo ' 1 ' 6 ' I I Page 458 G YIVINASTICA Founded, University of Illinois, 1934 One Active Chapter WINSOR W. BROWN, B.S ALVIN R. CAHN, PH.D. Seniors RICHARD ALLYN ROBERT D. FERGUSON FLOYD H. HUGHES A. RALPPI JENNINGS STUART E. MOLL HARRY C. TEMPLE VIRDEN R. WATERS LEONARD WAYMAN ERNEST M. WHITNEY EARL W. ZITZLER juniors OTTO BILEK ARCHER T. ELLIOTT A 6 Ali. vii -1.1 1 gr To Promote an Interest in Gymnuxficx at the University of Illinois FACULTY GEORGE A. HUFF, B.S. KING J. MCCRISTAL, A.M. I-IARTLEY D. PRICE, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ARTHUR E. FISHER HENRY J. HORACEK LESTER L. LINDBERG L. LESTER RICE MELVIN SADER RONALD C. SHAFER HAROLD D. TOWNSEND MARION L. TRABERT HENRY WIEDERHOLD SHERWOOD E. WISE So plro zu ores SAMUEL M. BIRDZELL CLARENCE HALE EDWARD J. HAVLIK EDWARD K. HUGHES HOWARD H. KERN ARTHUR J. KUSH MAIRVIN E. MONK MAX B. MUELLER LADDIE T. PASTERIK RICHARD N. POTTER PAUL S. PRATHER BERNARD K. SCOTT JOHN A. SNYDER WII.l,lAM G. VANC F l'l'SlIl1l Fil JOHN J. CLEMENS, J JOHN R. COGHILL SEWARD C. STALEY, PH D WENDELL S. WILSON, B S J. ROBERT EDWARDS MICHAEL D. GIOKAIKIS LEE C. GOLDBERG SAMUEL A. GOODMAN SUMMERI-'IELD V. I-IERROLD HOWARD KAPLAN CHARLES R. KOVACIC FRED E. NONNEMAN WILLIAM J. POWERS -JAIVIES A. RYAN ROBERT W. SAPORA GAINES W. SMITH ADOLPH STEIfANI RAYMOND STUERMER HOWAIKID C. WYATT Nunneiivn l.iIIIllwrI: lillintt Monk Mull Kuxli Wyniz Snpura Allyn Tr.ilIeI't Poucr Sciler NViedcrlwlIl Tnwnxeiul Gumlnmli Ryan Kern Price Wim- Powers Giukaris Edwards Zizzlcr Scott Smillu Rice Clemens Kaplan Temple 1-lnle W.IyIn.In Snyder lierguwli liislier A ' W W I ' I l ' Pffsf 459 HI ALPHA CHI Founded, University of Illinois, 1929 One Active Chapter 5 fs. .mi To Organize Promising Freshmen Who Are Interested in Writing OTHO C. LEITER, A.B. Senior EDWARD U. ERENBERG Juniors KATHRYN V. BOWEN PAULINE R. COHEN WESLEY L. EDDY WILLIAM H. DEAN MARGARET J. GAULT JOHN J. HUTCHINSON THOMAS S. JOHANSEN CHARLOTTE A. MCGLADE JOHN K. MCKINNEY MARY J. MAGAN VAVA V. MUNSON NANCY F. RILEY LEE WHYTE FACULTY LAWRENCE W. MURPHY, A.M., LITT.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sojzhomores HELEN S. ARSTEIN R. FIELD BEAM RAYMOND T. BEAZLEY MICHAEL J. BILGERE FRANK J. DOYLE CHARLES V. ELLINGTON E. FRANK FERNHOLZ MARY E. FLEMING F. JACK FOERSTERLING JEAN L. GOUGLER CATHERINE A. KENDALL JEAN E. KENDALL ALYCE E. KLOOs LUTHER F. LONG Q WILLARD O. NELSON GOLDYE ORNSTEIN E. KEITH REES LAVERNE M. SAMMONS GODFREY SPERLING, JR. MARIE E. WILKEY Freshmen MORRIS L. GREEN DOROTHY G. GUNDERSON WILLIAM C. HEALY FRANK C. IRWIN PAUL H. JONES MARY B. LEHMANN JEAN E. MANN MARIAN B. PIEPER KENNETH B. POWLESS DAVID I-I. WELKER I HY Dy Wlk MGId Wlk Y Page 460 Powless eal Green Fnersterling Jones Ellington 0 le Long c er M'nn Fleming M:g'n c :I e Pieper Lehmann Gaul! Gunderson Klons Sperling Beam Recs Sammons i c L E A R N I N .G 8: L A B O R Founded, Syracuse University, 1914 Twenty-eight Active Chapters Illinois Alpha Chapter ILON To Promote Scholarship, Particularly in Mufbmcmatics BEULAH M. ARMSTRONG, PH.D. HAROLD W. BAILEY, PH.D. DAVID G. BOURGIN, PH.D. OLIVER K. BOWER, PH.D. HENRY R. BRAHANA, PH.D. LEONARD BRISTOW, PH.D. ROBERT D. CARMICHAEL, PH.D. JOSEPHINE H. CHANLER, PH.D. FACULTY ARTHUR B. COBLE, PH.D., LL.D. i GEORGE A. MILLER, PH.D. ARTHUR R. CRATHORNE, PH.D. ARNOLD EMCH, PH.D. MILES C. HARTLEY, PH.D. OLIVE C. HAZLETT, PH.D. HARRY LEVY, PH.D. ERNEST B. LYTLE, PH.D. HENRY J. MILES, .PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENTS REUBEN A. BAUMGARTNER HOMER A. DENNIS DONALD M. BROWN JAMES M. DOBBIE ALBERT C. BURDETTE FRANK C. GENTRY JOHN W. CELL RICHARD K. COOK PAUL CRAMER BYRON T. DARLING Seniors RICHARD J. I-IICKEY EDITH LYTLE JOHN R. SGHAEFFER JULIAN GLASSER GERTRUDE HENDRIX GAINES B. LANG VIRGINIA MODESITT GERALD E. MOORE, PH.D. ECHO D. PEPPER, PH.D. JOSEPH W. PETERS, PH.D. LEONARD L. STEIMLEY, PH.D WILFRID WILSON, B.S., DR. MATH. ET PHYS. MILDRED A. NORVAI. SALLIE E. PENCE MAIXY B. RUMSEY CLARENCE G. SCHILLING ROBERT M. THRALL LE VONA VOIGT RICHARD E. WATSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SHIRLEY STUMBAUGH KENNETH C. SCHRAUT GEORGE L. WATERS LESLIE SILVERMAN juniors JEROME M. SACHS VERNON W. WESTBROOK B gartncr Schilling Hickey Levy Pepper Norval Edith Lyrlc ilum Glasser Darling 1 ' 1 1 g I : . Page 461 POLO ASS OCIATI Founded, University of Illinois, 1932 To Sfimulaic' Interest in Polo, and to Sujzport am! Train Cumlidafznv for Ibn' Vzzrsily P010 Team. FACULTY LIEUT. ROBERT P. CLAY LIEUT. LESLIE M. GIIENER Sc11ior.v LOUIS F. ALYEA EDWARD W. ANGER, JR. THEODORE D. DUREEE FRANK R. MERCER JOHN U. SCHMID CHARLES F. SHORT juniors FREDERICK H. COMSTOCK LAWRENCE N. JENSEN IVAN D. KOVACIC RAY A. MASER ELMER H. OLSON ROBEIKT D. POOLE JAMES RUDD SOI7b0lll01'!'S HAI.I. TEEMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ARTHUR H. DOUGLAS GEORGE A. GIBSON LOUIS M. GOLDMAN MICHAEL J. GORDON NORMAN A. LEWIS OWEN D. MAUE EUGENE SMYTH BEIKTRAM A. STONE GEORGE C. TI-IOMPKINS F rvsbm 1' I1 EUGENE C. BAUER JOHN L. BLACK STERLING A. BLACRSTONE WALLACE BURROUGI-IS DANIEL CI-IINLUND EDWARD O. ELLIOTT OSCAR M. Gll.lIEIiT, JR. JOHN A. HANSEN JAMES S. HEAD ROBERT L. JOHNSON BRUCE KILBY ALLEN I. LEVITETZ WILLIAM MCCABE ROBEIKT J. MINOGUE GEOIKGE E. PETERSON WII.LIAM S. PORTER LEE A. RODGERS GEORGE P. SENEFII GIZRALD C. SMITH, JR. WII.LIAM W. SORSEN WILLIAM J. STIGAI., JR. GEOIKGE A. STROM LEWIS C. THOMPSON FRIZDRICK WRIGHT 1 ON Crvwr Gnrclnu Black II 'ucr Comstock C'lIinlIImI TlInn1pfaon Rmlgvrr Rudd Scllmiml Clay M Iwk Douglas l'ctcrwuII Strom Blnckwmn: M.Inc Srignl Johnson Iillintr I-l.In-:cn I lead Killxy Lcvilcrz S! Inc l.cwi1 Guldnmnn Surwn Gillwrt Scncfl' Olmn Kuvncic Murccr Slmr: Poulc Angvr TccIn.uI yAlycIl McC.Ilx.. - A - . A : 0 ' Page 462 S I - A I Founded, University of Illinois, 1907 Two Active Chapters Alpha Sigma Sigma Chapter Ri To Pronmfa a Truar Friaml.vhip Among the Women of fha Various Sororifics Alpha Chi Omega MARY A. ARNOLD DOROTHY M. GARRETT FANNY L. JONES MAIKY E. NICOLL LOUISE M. PATELSKI Alpha Delia Pi DOROTHY M. LOHNES RUTH G. MCCLAIN M. ELIZABETH NORRIS Alpha Gamma Della BETTY M. BLAIR GRACE M. COERVEIK ROSEMARY E. Cox EVELYN M. LAURENCE VIIKGINIA R. MERRINER Alpha Omicrfm Pi MARY J. COURTRIGI-IT JEAN E. DIKAGOO ALICE S. DU VAL RUTH A. FERGUSON JEAN L. GOUGLER FLORINE E. PETRI Alpha Phi ROSEMARY BARNES JANE B. ENGEL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RUTH A. LYDDON JEANNE L. SCARROTT Alpha Xi Delia ALTA G. JOKISCH JEAN S. SHEPARD MILDIIED C. SPIESMAN Cla Omega MARY F. BRANDT JULIA M. LAKE MAIKGARET L. TWYMAN Dalia Delia Dalia HARIKIET V. BRADBURY KATHERINE U. FILSON ALICE HUIJELSON MARY J. LEISENRING DOROTHY A. ROTH DOIKOTHY G. TAYLOR Dalia Gamma DOROTHY J. BORCHARDT ROSEMARY O,NEILL MARY C. SMITH CAROL WESTERN I-IARRIET B. WHITE Della Zafa Kappa Kappa Gamma JULIA V. DANIEL CARRIE G. MCDOWELL FRANCES M. PATTON MARTHA E. REEL MAIXGARET M. SNIDER Gam ma Phi Beta ADELAIDE R. DADANT VIRGINIA M. HILL FRANCES B. PRIDE JEAN F. ROBINSON DOROTHY E. SMITH Kappa Alpha Thcfa CAROLYN J. AGNEW BETTY A. BYERS E. MARCELLA CLIFFORD VIRGINIA E. JOHNSON ELIZABETH D. MERRIAM HELEN L. RUSSELL Kappa Della JEANNE M. FALLON RUTH L. FEI-IR VIIXGINIA G. FOERSTERLING EVELYN J. MOIKTENSEN FRANCES L. SPEAR VIRGINIA K. WOLF1-' BARBARA P. BISCHOFF MARGERY E. MCKEE CLARABELLE MCKINLAY NANCY F. RILEY LOUISE M. SCHINDLER Pi Bela Phi MARY J. CHANDLER JANE E. I-IADDEN GENEVIEVE G. LEWIS Phi M u i S gma Kappa NADINE E. CI-IENEY MARY E. FLEMING MARY M. GRISAMORE GENEVA G. WAI.RER MARY J. WEBERG O. PAULA ZEITER AMY L. FLORANCE CAROLINE B. I-IUEY ALYCE E. KLOOS M. ELEANOR ST. GERMAI Dwl nl lluliinwzm I'.IlIDu RL -el Spieamuu SlIup.Irf.l julcisclx lileming Zviwr l'cII'i Luiscnring Dr.IgDo Bralillmury Filson 1l'Il Pride Lewis l..Ikc Blair Walker Sc.II'ruII lingcl lfallon Huey Agnew Byers MeI'ri.xIn Twylnpm Brandt lludclSun Ruth Nicoll jones 'Taylor 1J.SmiIlI W'olfl Spear Grixmmrc Snider Mcllowell Cuurlriglmt Cox Mvrrinci' Garrcrt Nurrix Lollnes O'Neill Borchnrdr McKinl.w Page 46 5 A 9 Y R : A : . . N SI Founded, DePauw University, 1909 Forty-four Active Chapters ll sb .XI ll I I To Promote fha Best Inivrcsls of the School of journalism am! fbe Profession of CHARLES L. ALLEN, A.M. CHESTER R. ANDERSON, A.M. REUEL R. BARLOW, A.M. BURRUS S. DICKINSON, PH.D. CHARLES R. FREDERICK, M.S. Seniors SAMUEL X. ABARBANEL W. RAYMOND BATES RAYMOND F. BURKE JOSEPH Z. BURSON MARVIN S. COHN EDWAIKD U. ERENBERG CRESTON J. FOSTER journalism FACULTY MAIKCUS S. GOLDMAN, PH.D WALTER J. GRAHAM, PH.D. HAROLD B. JOHNSTON, A.B. FREDERICK J. KEILHOLZ, B.S. OT!-IO C. LEITER, A.B. LAWIKENCE W. MURPHY, A.M., LITT.D. FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, P1-I.D. FRANK E. SCI-IOOLEY, B.S. FREDRICK S. SIEBERT, A.B., J.D. JOSEF F. WRIGHT, A.B. MEMBERS IN M. LEON HAAS FRANK G. HETISHEE EMIL R. HOWALD HARVEY P. HUDSON WILLIAM H. JUDY J. BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN LOWELL A. NYE HAROLD G. ROETTCER JOHN H. SCI-IACI-IT UNIVERSITY ARTHUR J. STRAUSS JOHN L. STROHM JOSEPH H. SUMMERS OLIVER M. TAYLOR JAMES THOMSON juniors RICHAIKD B. CHILDS ROBERT R. DEAN WILLIAM H. DEAN THEODORE A. DUEEIELD BEN C. MAIKKLAND ALFIKED A. MOOIKE ARNOLD J. POTTEIGER JAY R. PRILLAMAN EVERETTE E. SENTMAN I Childs Mnrklnnd Pouciger Howmld Nyc Herishee Roettger Prillnman Bates W. Dean Burson I.iebcrm:ln Foster Scnlmam Judy Moore Slrnhm Hans Strauss R. Dean Summers O , ' ' ' ' I 0 A B O R Page 464 SKULL AND CRESCEN Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1907 Four Active Chapters Acacia OWEN C. MAUE WILLIAM J. SUNDERMAN Alpha Della Phi MAIKTIN C. KEHOE HENRY M. WILSON, JR. Alpha Sig ma Phi MAX E. COOPER ELMER E. RULLMAN, JR. Alpha Tau Omega JAMES F. PITTSFORD JORDAN TRUITT Befa Thefa Pi ROBERT W. DE WOLF JOHN R. YOUNG Chi Phi JOHN J. ROCHE ROBERT J. TRELEASE Helmet Chapter Sophomore I I1ferfrafc'rnity FACULTY ADVISER FRED H. TURNER, PH.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Chi Psi LON V. PORTER WARREN H. SMITH Della Kappa Epsilon M. CLARK HESS, JR. ROBERT W. RIEGEL Delia Tau Delia FRANK L. BROWN HODGE S. TAYLOR Della Upxilon PRESTON K. JOHNSON, JR. GERALD F. MARGRAVE Kappa Sigma DUANE A. CULLINAN ROBERT S. GRIEVE Phi Delta Thvfa DERRICK L. BREWSTER CARROLL E. SNYDER Phi Gam ma Dalia LOWELL P. LITTLE JEWETT COLE Phi Kappa CHARLES E. FISHER ROBEIKT L. STEELE Phi Kappa Psi J. ROBER1' GUTGSELL JOHN B. WHITE Phi Kappa Sigma WILLIAM G. ELLSBERRY WILLIAM G. WYIYTE Phi Sig ma Kappa E. FRANK FERNHOLZ BENJAMIN D. KININGPIAM Psi Upsilon G. CAMERON BROWN SELIM N. TIDEMAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon GEORGE A. KAESER ROBERT C. RUSSELL Sigma Chi HOWAIKD T. DIXON G. WILLIAM EASTERBROOK Sigma Nu AMOS H. FLINT MARVIN E. MONK, JR Sigma Pi HUGH F. FOWLER JAMES G. KOSTKA Tau Kappa Epsilon W. JOHN GUTPIRIE WALTER C. WOLF Thefa Delia Chi GEORGE M. MGCONNELL JAMES D. VAN DOREN Zcfa Pxi MICPIAEL J. BILGERE GEORGE B. VASEN Fowler V.lSen Sundermnn White Steele C. Brown Johnson Dixon Kostkn Mglrgrnve McConnell Wolf Brewster Gulgxell Rullmnn Whyte Cooper Iillaherry Bilgere Young Mnue Hess Purler Riegel Tidemnn Snyder Tnylur Cullinan Ii. Brown Guthrie de Vnrennea Brnnlshaw Railsbglck Herron Fisher Truirt De Wolf Flint Roche Iinsterbrcok Russell Trelcase Wilson Kehoe Kneser Little Grieve A ' 1 1 J A : . - Page 46 5 TU -MA Founded, University of Illinois, 1906 X. 4 X I I 1 S junior-Senior Interfraternity Social Organization Alpha Delta Phi ARTHUR EIDMAN, JR. ROBERT H. QUAYLE Alpha Sigma Phi JOSEPH H. BELAIR KENNETH C. MEYER Alpha Tau Omega FRED H. BYERGO CONRAD C. IBER Beta Theta Pi NEIL D. CLINE WALLACE M. MULLIREN Chi Phi GUY D. REED Delta Kappa Epsilon JOHN F. DAY MARTIN I-I. MARKWOIRTH Delta Tau Delta HAROLD E. COOGAN JAMES L. JOHNSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Delta Upxilon HUGH L. RAY ARTHUR L. RICE Kappa Sigma ALLEN R. BENNETT GEORGE D. BARNES Phi Delta Theta JAMES L. ALLEN CLINTON O. CLARK Phi Gamma Delta PHILIP E. GORE GEORGE H. SHEVLIN, JR. Phi Kappa Psi HARVEY E. BENSON WARREN G. YOUNGREN Phi Kappa Sigma ROBERT Z. BOEHMEN F. Ross HILES Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT E. CAMERON ROBERT L. FABER Pi Kappa Alpha C. KENT LEEPER ROBERT MURPHY Psi Upsilon WILLIAM J. ENNIS Sig-ma Alpha Epsilon HAROLD G. BAUMAN WALTER W. GREAR HERBERT K. HENRY Sigma Chi FRENCH L. FRAKER JOSEPH E. MANN Sigma Nu R. LAWRENCE BALL WILLIAM B. MCKINSTRY, JR. Theta Delta Chi WILLIAM P. EVANS ROBERT A. MCNAMARA Zeta Psi JOHN E. WATTE FREDRICK E. WINTZER . nr vcr Ennis c 'cr nc Imcn 7.I1cr Orc i cs 1: .Iir C I k ll M y ll i l l G H l B i Henry li n Grunt Markworlh Recd Wane Wmtlcr I L i In Bycrgo Day Ball Slwvlin Ray Page 4 6 6 Lempltc Burge Ruuell Marlin Lawson Frcer Bnlcy Stege Davey Smith Meier Iluclsler White Iiielxclatluerfer Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 Three Active Chapters Alpha Chapter To recognize fbosc' ztiomen of line University of Illinois who have met cvrfuin afblvtit- and scholastic wqziirevizenfs and who have xlrown leazlersloijf ability FACULTY LOUISE FREER, A.M. IONE M. JOHNSON, A.B. CARITA ROBERTSON, A.M. I.AuRA J. HUEI.S'I'ER, A.M. MARY F. LAWSON, PH.B. ENID SCHNAUBER, M.S. ANN A. SMITH, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARY H. BOLEY MAIKNIOIKIE I. LEMDRE HELEN L. RUSSELL CORNELIA BURGE G1KAiIli MIEIIZR IZLEANOR STIZGE lfS'l'HliR IJAVEY DOROTHY MOHN CA'l'I'IERlNE A. WlII'l'E NIAIKJORIE R. EIC!llZI.Sll0liRI"lER MARY A. PRICE Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 Fourteen Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Professional Agriczzlfurcf Erlucalion Fraternity FACULTY JOSEIIII C. BLAIR, D.Sc. HAROI.D C. CASE, PI-LD. EMII. W. LEHMANN, B.S., ILE., ROSCOE R. SNAPP, M.S. HENRY L. BUCKHARDT, Pl'I.D. GEOIKGE I-I. DUNOAN, l,I'I.D. A.E. CORNELIUS A. VAN DOREN, PII.D WILLIAM L. BURLISON, PHD., NNIIZLVIN I-IENDIIRSON, M.S. ARETAS W. NOLAN, I,I-I.D. WII.I.lAM W. YADI1, PH.D. D.AcR. VIC'l'OlK W. KEI.I.I2Y, P1'I.D. l'IliRIllilKT J. RUCKlili, M.S. EDWARD J. BARNES OSt:AR M. BREWER GEORGE W. CIIuRc:IIn.I, ANDREW S. DUlfFl.E EDWARD J. DUNIYHY PAUL W. DURIIIN HAROLD W. EDDINGTON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOIIN W. MATTHEWS HAI.SEY L. MILES WALLACE P. MILLS I.liSI,Il5 R. MITCIIELL IQLMER D. NOREN WlI.l.IAM R. PETERSON LORIEN S. FRASER JOI-IN M. FULLINGTON MARTIN T. GARRE CHARLES H. KRUSA ROYAL E. MCCOIKMICK NWILLIAM S. MCZKOWN LAWRIINCE F. MAIKIKIOTT CIIARLES R. SAYRE LYLE E. SNYDER CLETIOUS V. STIEED JoIIN A. S'l'RA'l"l'0N liMME'l"I' J. WAGNEI I'IAROl'.D C. WOOD I Mills McCormick Rucker Peterson Brewer Krusn Durbin Steed Miles Noren lhlekliaxrdt Dungan Henderson Sayre Snyder Stratton Matthews Wagner Churchill Mitchell Blair Nolan Wand Fraser Garlic McKDwn Dunphy Dutflc Marriott lfullington Barnes A Pfrgt' 46 7 - 1 1 g ' S U Jochen Austin Burgess lidmunds Bengel Houdek Rowe Wheeler Krause Green Reinhardt Cooper B.Irrick Wliizncy Hashbarger Holler Coonradt Stunkard Jacobson Frost Montero Olson jones Almcndras Fischer Florcrlv Founded, University of Michigan Thirty-seven Active Chapters CANDDLARIO M. ALMIiNDRAs GliORGIi T. Aus'rIN PAUL L. BARRIQR ROIJERI' BIQAR WILLIAM j. BENGEL KI:NNIa'I'II W. BOWEN JOHN E. BURGISSS B. WILLIAM COONRADT Illinois Student Chapter To IJVOIIIOIIC' fcllozuxlzijz anal jlrofrxsiomzl sllirif among l'1JC'NIiL'!1I ellgiflverizlg SfllllC'lIfS JAMES L. INJMUNDS I'lARRY D. EVANS liUoIiNIi A. FIscIIIiR -I. WLSLISY FLoRIa'I'II HISNIKI' D. Fos'I'IsR l'lIiLliN FROST RAI.l'I-I V. GRIaI5N FRIQD C. PIANDS FACULTY FRANK C. l'IOWAlkD, M.S. DONAI.lD B. KI-.YliS, PILD. SAMUEL S. KIS'I'LuR, l,II.D., Cl-LE. NORMAN XV. KRAsIa, PILID. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY IRI4.DIaRIc:R L. HI1LLIfR l'IliNRY A. HOLLliR AIO.slaI'II F. PIOUDIEK ROBlili'l' D. OIACOBSON IDDWAIKD F. jOcI'IIiN IZLDON M. tlONIis VIc:'I'OR G. MEADORS ALI-'ONSO IVIONTEIKO C. KENNETH COOPIER l'IAllLAN A. PIASIIBAIKGER l'lARRY W. Mc:CuLI.or:II HOWARD W. CREW? IJONALD L. HIaIN'I'zMAN KIQNNIJIII L. OI.SON QIOHN W. BAUIQR ROGIQR H. BliNlilJIii'l' WILDUR W. BI:I"I's ANDREW P. BODIIMIQR lA0liliR'l' P. BOWDI'I'c:II CARROL W. BRIssIsNDIaN NORMAN A. BROWN TIIOMAS J. CAMI1I3I:LL GUY A. CAlKI.'l'0N ALIILRT A. Cola NIORGAN B. CoRLIzW IIDVVARD L. CORNELL, JR. ,IAMI-Qs H. CouL'rIaR VIULIAN L. IPOIJGE CARL W. IiRs'I'RoM PAULY R. FAIKIS H. GORDON l:AUI.KNIill PAUL P. FIc:NIiRsRI AI.III.R'I' W. FISOIIISR .lAMIiS F. Fl'I'zGIaRAI.D TIIOMAs F. IILEMING ARVIID D. FRAUINIILR PAUL GAI.LAGIII:R CARI. A. GRO'I'II -IAN V. GUNN lJAVlU K. LIAILRIS CIIARI.Iis K. I'llilJGliS THOMAS OI. lkllillkllik ARTHUR J. PAIR IQDMOND S. PEIKACCIIIO Louis PI.AMDI3cR, jR. CIICORGE M. POHLIER ANTIIONI' POLITO WAL'I'IiR A. PYIIRR THOMAS P. QUINN RoDIaR'I' C. R IQINIIARDI' CI.IaMIaN'r E. ROWIL IULIAN G. RYAN GLORGI5 Ii. S4:IIIIfI-'IIAUER .IAMLS P. SIIAMIIAUGII RoIIIaR'r C. SIvIaR'I' GII.III3R'I' L. S'I'uNRARD WIl.l.IAM R. XVlll5El.lill lIMMli'l"l' M. Wlll'l'NEX' HARRY I.. XVILLARD NORMAN B. XVILSON AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Founded, University of Illinois, 1909 One Hundred Eight Active Chapters University of Illinois Branch To Sl'!'IH't' Ibn' ilzlervsf of Ibn' SflltlL'lIfX in a jzrofzhvsiomzl lIl'!IlI!'b of Ibcir L'llgiIll'f'l'iIlg FACULTY CARI. H. CASIllillG, B.S., M.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY l'lARVliY P. HINTZ RoDuR'I' W. I'IURSH WALTIQR A. JOIINSON DAVID E. KIRRIfA'I'RIctR ROIsIaRT T. LIzIs GEOKGIQ j. LI5I-INIzRIgR RODILRT F. LINDORIZN JOHN j. LINIQI-IAN l'lOWARD H. LISTON 'FHOMAS M. LOGAN RAYMOND P. LVNCII WIil3S'I'liR K. NIAYIJIIELD DAVID K. Ml1'CHliLL IIOIIN M. MUIKIKIN I'lARliY K. NAGIEI. I'iDWAllD AI. PIWINSRI CLII-'IfORD F. RANSOM LLOYD R. SAMULLSON l:RliDliRlCK A. SCIIIOR CHARLES W. Sc:IIII.D Ol.IN M. ScIINIzIDI5R SIDNEY Sc:IINI'I'zIiR IRVING R. SIzIiLY AI.IaxANDIaR SIIARAV IiVIaRIa'r'I' T. SIMONsON hVII.l.IAM SLUPIK RALPII F. S'I'ANI-'ORD NIIIIARU O. STARR CLARIaNcIa H. S'I'liIN PIOWAIRID NV. S'l'li'l'TNlZIl XVAl.'l'lfR C. STRAROSII lJALli D. S'I'RIaI'I' CIIIiS'I'I-:R A. TAIKNOXVSKI JOHN A. PIIIEIBFR NIYRON L. ilIlIOMAS IZLMO A. TRAVIS AIAMI-is A. VI'l'Z'I'IIU.Kf liVIaRIa'I"I' F. XVAGNHR WALLACIQ -I. NVEIRRILII ,IAMIQS W. XVRIGIII' 'I'hOnI.Is liksrrnm Weirich Slazifnril l.chnerer F.Iris Strnkosh Casberg Lynch Faulkner Gxnth Harris Nagel Lindgren R.InmIn Wagner Corlcw Linehan Bowditch Maylield Gallagher Betts Fiugcrald Brown Travis Ilintz Ficnerski Fraulniclc Caimplmell Simonson Logan Fischer johnson Schneider Dadge Bauer Schild Brissendcn Stein Starr Mitchell Schick Streit Bnehmer Sharav A 1 1 4 - : 0 Page 468 Benedict Dukes V.IrnnIn Scliolcs Vogel Hughes Repsis Tourck linger Burke Rulmow Taylor Morrow Zilly Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 Thirteen Active Chapters E Illinois Chapter To wzcourugc scholarship, z'huracfr'r, pruclicalify, and .voriabilify among rivil I'ngi1II'z'ri11g students FACULTY HAROLD BABBITT, M.S. JAMES J. DOLAND, M.S., C.E. -XVALLACE M. LANsIfoRD, M.S., C.IZ. IEDWARD W. SUl'I'lGliR, M.S. EDWARD E. BAUER, M.S., C.E. MISLVIN L. ENGER, M.S., C.E. GEORGE W. PIc:KIaI.s, lB.C.lZ., C.E. ARTHUR N. TALBOT' GE- D.Sc. WILLIAM L. CoI.LINs, M.S. VIRGII. R. FLIEMING, B.S. WILLIAM H. RAYNER, C.Ii., M.S. I V V M S JOHN S. CRANDELI., ILS., C.E. WHITNEY C. I'IUN'l'lNG'I'ON, lllllili B. SEELY, M.S. 'SMIJON QAWHLR' ' " ' ' HARDY CRoss, A.B., B.S., M.C.12. M.S., C.E. TIIoMAs C. SI-IEDD, M.S., C.IE. S-AMOF" C- WILEY- B31 C-13- THOMAS J. DoLAN, M.S. MILo S. KE'I'uHuM, C.E., D.Sc. FRANK W. S'I'uIms, M.S., C.IE. WfII.l1UIl M. NVILSON, M.M.I2., C.E GRADUATE STUDENTS MICHAEL E CHINN EDGAR J. LuIc'rzIaLscHwAI3 TII.IIoRIm A. OI.soN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY S. WEBS1'ER BIENIEDICT CHARLES E. HUGPIES, JR. llI.MliR W. RUIINOXV IZDWARD Ii. VAIKNUM JOHN BURKE FRANK M. MoRRow TI-IoMIas F. Sc:iIoI.Ias RAMON F. Vocisz. WILLIAM W. DuKI2s WALTER M. ISNGIER FRANK M. NOVO'I'NY ANTHONY C. Rlivsls LP J. DONALI7 TAYLDR JAMIss C. TDURIQK HI lIIzRIIIiR'I' C. ZILLY Founded, University of Iowa, 1922 Four Active Chapters Fos'I'ER C. BlINNl2'l'T ADOLIII-I BUI.AW FRANK H. CRosIsY FRANK K. DALRYMIILE GARRET DIEKKIEIK Beta Chapter To promofzf swimming and 'zualrr .vjmrls FACULTY ISDWIN J. MANLIEY l'IAllOI.D C. PA'I'liRSON, 15.5. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY l'Il.NRY S. MoR'I'oN f:llAIlLliS V. fD'I'IIiRN, -JR. VVARRIZN C. OVIEIXMAN RoIxIiR'I' C. RussIaI.I. NIARION R. SIIU'I'Z1sAUc:II CHARLES R. FI,Ac:IIMANN HIENRY F. I'IANSliN AJAMIES D. HICLKIEY IIAIKI. JANsIzN ERIC M. I.ARsoN, JR. JAMIcs W. S'l'AliRlE'I"I' RoIsIaR'l' J. 'IqRliI.IEASlE IIIRANK C. VOKAC JDIIN W. VAN TUIN O'Hcrn Manley Trelensc Bennett Larson I-Linscn Dnlrymplc Voknc Jansen Morton Van Tuin Bulnw Crosby Russell - - 5 A : 0 - Page 469 v' "'-w..f- 13, Bmlninn Stein Bailey Rchwald Shire Blackburn Miulcr Wcbcek Stone Shepherd KrcEt Founded, University of Illinois Twenty-three Active Chapters Alpha Chapter To bring info closer union fboxv 'men in Ibn profrssion of Electrical Efzginecrifzg who have azzmifcsferl ll 'nmrkczl ability in their Chosen work FACULTY MORGAN BROORS, PII.B., M.E. IZLMER F. H1iA'1'121k, 11.5. AENER R. KNIcI'I'I', M.1l., M.S., 12.12. EIKNEST A. REID, M.S., 12.12. HUGH A. BROWN, M.S., 12.15. CHARLES A. KIi13NER, M.S., CHARLES T. KNIPP, PH.D. CARL E. SKRODER, M.S. PIAROLD N. PIAYWARD, M.S. lfl.LlERY B. PAINIZ, M.S., 15.15. EDWARD H. WALDO, M.S., 15.12. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RAL1-H BAILEY l'IAROI.1J I-I. K1l13l4'If'1' 11DMUN1J A. REIIWALD BERNARD L. STONE JOHN L. BLACREURN S'1'ANL1iY C. MADEIK ROIIERI' V. SHlil'HEllD ACHALIS M. SUTHIZIKLAND ROLIERT E. BODMAN STANLEY A. NELSON 1LlCHARD L. SHIRE ALFRED S. WEBECK ARTHUR F. ORDAS JAMES H. STEIN Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 One Active Chapter To llll'l!dlIL'C' floric'1IlfIIr'al k,llOlUIL'l1gU and io jzromote good fellowship FACULTY l'll'.RMAN B. DORNER, M.S. S'I'ANI.IaY W. HALL, B.S. FREDERICK F. WIEINAILID, P1I.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOHN W. AMLING ROBERT W. DOOLITTLE MARCLEL A. HIKNAK, JR. ARNOLD W. Alkl-'STEN JANE L. DOWNIAZS CARL J. JOHNSON VICTOR BALL PARKER J. ERICRSON WILLIAM H. JOHNSON WALTER N. BROWN LON FOSTER, JR. DAN KANE HAROLD C. BUSCH LLOYD A. GODING FREDIEIUCK W. KAUI-'MANN CLARENCE W. CLEVELAND li11WARD F. GRIMMER 1ENos W. KE1'1'HLEY JOHN R. CULIIERT LYON I'IAR'l'MAN CARL G. KLEHM ROD1iRT T. DARVILL NORMAN W. 1'IOI.S1NGER FRED H. LANGFORD RLIZANOR DOLCH 1'IARRY HOOGS'l'1kOAL LUELLA R. MCCORMICK H. PAUL MOOIKE FRANK J. MUELLER HELEN R. PARKER WAYNE PI'I"r CHARLES B. PRIND WILLIAM R. RANDALL MARY J. SAUNIJERS ROBERT B. SIECEL WALTER E. W1i1.1.MAN F1.OssIE F. WITT Pring Hall W. Johnson Brown Randall Culhcrt Kane Langford Klchm Cleveland Dnrvill 11.111 Doolittle Keithley Hartman Mueller C. Johnson Hoogsrroal 1Irnuk Goding Amling Kaufmann Arfstcn Holsingcr Wellman Wcinard Siegel Downes Witt Parker Saunders Erickson Dorner Pitt Page 470 FRANCIS M. BARON ARCHIE W. FRANZEN LEON SELIGSON Pride MeGlnde Petri M. Smith K. Smith Kerr Lyons C. Smith Zeircr Norris McGinty Powers Saunders Stuttle Magnn Reese Cody Lohncs Davis Founded, University of Missouri, 1920 Six Active Chapters I'IELliN D. ALEKSIUN MARY C. CODY ROSEMARY E. Cox LOIS E. DAVIS DOROTHY L. KIERR DOROTHY M. LOHNES Delta. Chapter National Honorary and Professional Azlverfising Frafernity for Women FACULTY AL'l'A G. SAUNDERS, A.M. GRADUATE, STUDENT I'IIiI.IZN Ii. CONAWAY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JUNE M. LYONS Cl.AIiA F. MCGINTY CIIAllI.O'l'TE A. MCGI.AllE MAIKY J. MAGAN M. ELIZADITITI NORRIS G R IVIIZRRY K. NOll'l'LJN FLOIUNIE IE. PETRI GEORGIANNA POWERS FRANCES B. PRIDE NIAIRGAIKET J. REESE GCJYL CATHERINE SMITII KIRRER SMITH MAllGI2lKY A. SMITI-I FSTIIER I-I. S'l'UT'I'LE O. PAULA ZEl'I'lill E Founded, Cornell University, 1902 Three Active Chapters Beta Chapter To recognize and jzromote scholastic achievement among stzzderzts JAMES E. BRANCH, B.S. ARTHUR F. DEAM, B. AR F.A.A.R. FRANK M. LESCHER, B.S. in archiieclnre FACULTY NliXVLIN D. MORGAN, M.S., C.E. CYRUS E. PALMER, M.S. JOHN E. SWIQET, B.S. CH" Rlkjliiiigrlziiiixifalfn' A'M" LORING I-I. PROVINE, B.S., A.E. IEDMUNII F. TOTH, M.S. ,I-HOMAS E. O,DONNEI.L, M.ARCl-I. ERNEST L. SToUIfIfER, M.ARCI'I. JAMES G. VAN DEIKPKJUL, B.ARcII MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RUDOLPH A. JONES SAVO M. STOSHITCII FRED V. TRAYNOR MAX O. URDAHN WALTER L. WEARER, JR. ARTHUR R. WILLIAMS JOHN S. XVINBIGLER GEORGE F. FRITZINGBR WILLIAM S. KINNE, JR. CARL R. GAIRING HAROLD M. GEHM DEAN F. HILFINGER SHERMAN H. BEAN WILLIAM T. BLANN J. PARKE BOYER WILLIAM H. BueIIIfIoLz PAUL ETTINGTON MARCUS W. LEVY GORDON J. LINDL I-IENRY B. MEKINLEY JAMES M. HUNTER KENJI ONODERA Lcscher Blnnn Gchm Winbiglcr Ettington Toth Branch Van Derpooi Iirnnzcn Kinnc Ifrirvinger McKinley Wenrcr Williams O'Donncll Buchholz Benn Jones Boyer Gniring Lindl I.cvy Hilfinger Seligson Morgan Traynor Onodern Page 4 7 I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Rives Bixby 'Locke Windmnycr Young Moore Forth Jones Ryan Goddard Wicks Spirler Newcomb M. B. Lehmann Belting Shepard Eckert N. Gourlcy Scnrrotc Cnpcrton Jensen F. Gourlev Palfrcy Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 One Active Chapter To cfvvvlop lo ilu' highest rlcgrre flu' Iifvrary, musical, and ofber cultural inlc'rc'sts of its 1lIL"ll1bL'l'S FACULTY ILSTHIQR H. IRAPP, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY " - P QLIZANOR . ORTH I ARGARET . OIISON ARGARET . EHMANN IRGINIA ALEREY NAIALIA M BLLTING I V F VI A H M L L V P CARMALIETA I. BIXBY IVIARGARIET J. GAULT IRMA C. HUIIIER JWABY B' II:1fHMANN EALLIF RWM JANET M. BUTLER ICLIEANOR B. GODDARD MARY F. I'IUIlliR MOGILNE OCKE My J' YAN I'.I.OIhI2 IL. LOGAN JEANNE L. SCARROTT JOAN L. CAI"IZR'l'ON FRANCES M. GoURI.EY IJUROTIIY JENSEN II. JANE MOORE MARY J. SCOVILL EVELYN Ia. ILCKIERT NORMA M. GOUIKLIEY ITANNY L. JONES DIQIIORAH H. NI3WCOMB JEAN S. SHEDARD HOME ECONOMI CS Founded, University of Illinois One Active C T0 inlcrjmfl Home Economics on Camjms FACULTY NIARY W. BEAM, M.S. STEI.LA C. MUNGIEII, M.S. ciliRAI.DlNIi ANDERSON VIvIAN V. ANDERSON GRACE BARRIi'I"l' I'IARRIl5'I"l' L. IIARRIi'I"l' MARJORIE M. IIASSIE'I"I' RUTH V. BENNETT MARIE W. BISRNDS ANNA E. BINES Vl0I.E'l' V. BLODAU FLORENCE BODISNBACII NIARJORII3 M. BOE GIERTRUDE A. BRANDON JANET E. BUCK TRENNA M. BURCHELI. JEAN IZ. CHANDLER IILIZABIETI-I A. COLIIAN M. Ifl.IZAIiIi'l'lI CORDIS ALTA CO'l"l'INGIIAM IVIARGARITI' A. Cox RUTII J. CURRY I'IliLliN L. IJANCEY RUTII A. IDAVIS MYll'l'I.lE A. IECR CAROLINE FARRAR -JANICH C. GII.I.li'l"I' JUANITA QILASCOCK NANCY E. CIROSISOLI. PI-IYLLIS E. I'IANNAlI JEANE'I"I'E A. I'IOLISON MARY E. I-IOLME KATHERINE M. I'IORAN Do:co'I'IIY IZ. HOSRINS CATHRYN J. HUGHES HELEN M. JERVIS Ii. FLORENCE JOHNSON ITIELEN C. JOHNSON MARY O. -JORDAN LUCILLE A. KERN JUNE E. KIi'l'liL IfI.lZA1!E'l'II L. KIIZNTZLE KARLILNIZ M. KIPI' I.ADYNIi Ii. KI.IiCKNl2R ROIIERTA V. I..I'l'TLIi PAULINIZ Ii. LIVIENGOOD l'IliI.liN B. LOIZCIIIER MARGARET LU'rz DOROTHY I. MCCAMMON GRACE MCMAIION DORIS M. MADSEN NIARION F. IVIA'l"I'HliWSON CATIIIIINIE F. MIES P. HELEN IVIOLIZK FERN M. MYERS I'II2LEN OSTERIIUR GLADYS PAGE MARY E. POT'I'IEll BETTY PRICE MII.IDRIED RIEINI-IIZIMER ALICE C. RICE VIOLA ROEISON GLADINIE S. RUTZ HENRIETTA J. SALTSMAN KATHRYN E. SANDERS ANITA R. SCI-IAPD SARAI-I E. SHINN MILDRIEIJ E. SIIITLER FRANCES LITTIERBACK VIDA M. WICZKS BARBARA L. WINDMAYIIR IZLEA NOR YOUNG CLUB lmpter B. LUCILLIE SIIIEESLEY ANNE SLIERA KA'I'HRlNli M. SMITII SARA A. SQUIRHS LIiLA STANI-'ORD I.II.I.IAN V. SWEARINGEN ELLIEN A. TERRY ETHIZI. M. THOMAS MARGARIIT Ii. VANCE I'II3NRlIiTTA Ii. WHERRY KATHERINE A. WHITE EDITH I. WOLIT KATHERINE I. WOLFE Lois H. ZIMMERMAN Kicnrzlc Curry Ilodson Squires Thunias Glnscoek Livengood Boe Davis Wherry G. Anderson Jervis Hughes Shccslcy Kclcl Siuirh Blodnu Molck Horan Clmucller Bodcnbach Jordan Robison Wliitc Cox Myers Lutz Wolf Gillclt l7.Inccy Sanders Saltsmnn Maltthcwson Kipp McMahon H. Barrett G. Barren Madsen Slifka V. Anderson Mcllnmmon Kern Holme Wolfe Bines llurchcll Zimmerman Mics - ' I I : A : 0 Page 472 Bishop Gullette Waller R. Michaud Oliver M.Mich:Iud Pyhrr Allyn VSDHOTIIC Roche Axniel Miller Adkisson Herbinstein H. Carson Tyler Fenoglio Katz Dale H.Vinje Mnrchello James Bevilacqun Lefokowitz Annenherg Maier Huss Aden Zeiter Smith Erwin Barrett Miller Young I.. Carson Loekhnr: Gilherr Pujol Bnughmnn Preve Brown Francis Dunlap Vinie Founded, University of Illinois, 1929 One Active Chapter To furflscr tba lmowlwlge of France and of ibn' Frc'I1cb Language FACULTY JOSEIIII H. AMIEL, A.M. RIQGIS MIc:I-IAUII, A.M. ALI-IIONSE V. ROOIIE, A.M. CAMERON C. GULl..l2T'I'li, THOMAS E. OLIVER, I,ll.D. JOIIN VAN HOIKNE, PII.D, DliUSlI.LA AIIEN KATIIRYN li. AllKlSSClN RIOIIARII ALI.YN Hlil.ENI2 R. ANNENBERG ROSE M. IIARRICTT D. JUNE BAUGIVIMAN JOSEIII-IINE BIIVILACQUA B.MUS., PH.D. XVILLIAM D. BISIIOIH GliOliGli B. BROWN I'IliRBliRT M. CARSON LEs'I'INE CARSON DOROTHY D. DALIE I2'I'IAIEI. M. DUN1.Al' SUE M. EIIWIN GRADUATE STUDENT MARIE L. MICHAUIJ MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LOUISE B. FENOGLIO GRAOII M. FRANCIS LOIS M. GILIIIIRT MAIKY M. I'IIiRBINS'l'l2lN I.UCII.li F. I-IUSS IiLIzAIIE'I'I'I A. JAMES RUTH KATZ CliClLLli LIil'OKOWl'I'Z PEARL R. LOCKHART MARNIORIE J. MAIIZR S. PAUL MARCIIELLO KA'I'I-IRYN li. MILLER WINOGENE F. NILLES FRANCIS P. PREvE RUTH PUJOL WALTER A. PYIIRR CATI-IERINE IE. SMI'rII MAIIIIZ TYLER HARRIE1' A. VINJIZ M. ELIZABETH VINJE JOSEPHINE I-I. WAI.LliR ROSE YOUNG O. PAULA ZlilTlill 1vI1NERAL.y INDUSTRIES SOCIETY An Affiliated Society of the A. I. M. M. E. To IIl'0lIIOfL' among ifs n1I'1IIbc'rx n self-.Iouglaf i11z'rc'aSiIIg k.11ozulc'rlgI' of mining and lIlL'fd1l1ll'gi!Yll l?llgil7l't'l'fl1g in all ils Izrvzllclms FACULTY AI.I-'RIQII C. CAI.LIiN, M.S., E.M. IBAVID R. MITCIIELL, M.S., li.M. TIZRIINCE T. QUIRRE, ILM., Pl'l.D. LOUIS C. NICZCAIII5, M.S. HUGI'I P. NlKZl'lOl.SON, M.S., lE.M. CLOYDI5 M. SMI'I'II, M.S., ILM. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY llRNllS'I' C. AIIAMS IEDXVAILD M. Blillik AIIOLIIII BUI.AW LIQLANIJ G. HAZEN H. EUGENE MAUCK JOI-IN A. SNYIIER ARNOLD W. ASMAN MII.'I'ON G. BIIRG JOAN L. CAl'liR'l'ON EDWARD J. JASINSKI l:'I'fP W- MEYER WU-L"Uf4 ZORSEN JUAN F. BANIQUEII CIIARLES C. BOLEI' H. LEONARII FRANK OSWALII V. JOHNSON HOWARD W' Nlf,N'L'K C',mRl"iS ' ff2,UARCY CAREY L. PRUII I' LEONARD TOIII-I ORIKIN T. BARllli'I"l' DONALII C. BOWMAN AMZI G. GOSSAIRII JOHN S. LANOWILI. EUGENE C. ROBERTSON RALPH A. WA-I-SON CPlARl.liS W. BI:A'I"I'IE, JR. .JOHN L. BROWN DONALII R. HAAKI5 I.OUIS H. LIIISEOMII JOIIN W. SIIERMAN WlI.l.IAM D. WOOLLEY llnlen Johnson M.IIIck Bowm.In W'oolley Nicholson Haalce Mitchell Cnllen ASIIIAII Beattie Sherman Lipscomb Sor"eII Czupcrton Beier Boley Squarcy Robertson Smith Snyder Jasinski Lnngwill l'rIIiI.l. Wiuson Brown Bnniqucd Barrett Adams Meyer Pffxf' 475 Mercer - Bilshorrow Carey J. Dawson D. Dawson Savage Smith Forsyth Mills Boll Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 One Active Chapter To vzzcourage sclaolarsbip ami 'musical culture FACULTY STELLA R. PERCIVAL, B.MUS. ELIZABETH A. BILSDORROW DOROTHY S. BULL MILDURN E. CAREY LAVON COOLMAN DEWEY M. DAWSON JEWEL R. DAWSON GEORGE F. SCIIWAIKTZ, A.M. FRIZDERIC B. STIVEN, B.MUs., A.A.G.O. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LOUISE L. DURIfLINGER HELEN FORSYTII l'lAROLD A. JOHNSON MAI-ILON B. MERCER MAIKY MILLS VIRGINIA M. SAVAGE Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 Alpha Chapter To promofe a more intimate relatiomfyip among RAcIIEL L. SMITH EDITH L: SPENCER NIZLLIE M. STUART LOUISE TAYLOR ALICE L. TROUTT T Six Active Chapters Pre-Medical SflH1L'1IfS FACULTY LEVERETT A. ADAMS, PH.D. WILLIAM F. HOHEISEI., A.M. FRED H. TURNER, PH.D. ,IOSEPI-I H. BEARD, A.M., M.D. CARL S. MARVEL, PH.D. I'lAR1.EY -I. VAN CLEAVE, PH.D. DUANE T. ENGLIS, PI-I.D. ROBERT F. PATON, PH.D. GEORGE I. WALLACE, PH.D. COLEMAN R. GRIEEITH, PH.D. hVAI.DO SHUMWAY, P1'I.D. FLOYD R. WATSON, PH.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RICHARD ALLYN JACKSON C. DILLAN ROBERT C. LAWSON ADRIAN L. SCHREIEER LENDALL D. ARCHER ROBERT H. GREELEY DAVID R. LINICOME CARL W. SODERSTROM RUSSELL W. HIBDERT CARL L. LONG WILLIAM A. SUMMERS PARKER R' BEAMER JOSEPH F. HINDMAN IVIORRIS F. MILLIGAN SIDNEY T. TRAPPE HOBART L' BOYD JOHN J. HUTCHINSON JOHN K. PARKS ROGER A. VAN ATTA WILLIAM W. CUTTER BEN D. KININGHAM WILLIAM RAI-If I Hindmnn Boyd Dillnn Van Atta Schreiber Parks Cutter Kiningham Linicomc Hutchinson Long Archer Sodcrstrom Hibbcrt Allyn - 1 Y Pm 474 49 QQ' .. Koller Clnoys Thorson Millevillc Marqunlrdt Stegc Slidinger Goddard German Brown Wesrerbeek Aleksiun Founded, Columbia University, 1924 Twenty-three Active Chapters Sigma Chapter To promote ibn infcrcsi of women in business FACULTY ALTA G. SAUNDERS, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENT Pl-IILOMENN MARQUARDT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HELEN D, ALEKSIUN RUTH B. GERMAN MARY H. RAISTRICK LUIELLA M. THORSON CHARLOTTE A. BARTELS ELEANOR B. GODDARD RUTII E. SLIDINGER LOUISE A. WESTERBEEK 1ZEyL M, BRQWN ISDNA KOLLIER IiI.IzANoR IE. STIQGE LOUISE C. ZIMMERMAN ALICE CLAEYS ANITA A. MlI.LEVlLLE PHI MU ALPHA-SINFONIA Founded, New England Conservatory of Music, 1898 Fifty-one Active Chapters Alpha Xi Chapter To develop fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare of music' s!1u1e11fs, and the ad1fa11ce1ncnt LUDWIG F. AUDRIETI-I, PH.D. ARTHUR E. CoHEN, B.MUs LANSON F. DEMMING, B.MUs. DONALD A. GROSSMAN, LL.B. LEROY R. I-IAMI' I'IoIsART L. BOYD ROBERT B. CAMPBELL MILBURN E. CAREY DEWEY M. DAwsoN of music in America FACULTY ALBERT A. I'IARDING, B.MUs. HALE L. NEWCOMER, M.S., C.P.A. GRAHAM T. OVERGARD, B.Mus. WAL'rER L. ROOSA, A.B. SHERMAN SCI-IOONMAKER, M.MUs. GEORGE F. SCHWARTZ, A.M. GRADUATE STUDENT PHILLIP W. McDOWELL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARK H. I-IINDSLEY, A.M. RALIIII M. HOLMES, A.M. I'IUBliR'l' KEssLER OSKAR A. KUBITZ, PI-I.D. KERN W. DICKMAN FRED J. I-IUBER LouIs L. DURFLINGER WOLFGANG KUHN HARVEY W. GEIST RICHARD S. LEoNARn ROBERT C. I-IIERoNYMus LEROY ScHI.ITz RAY I. SHAWL, M.S. LEONARD L. STEIMLEY, PH.D. FREDERIc B. STIVEN, B.Mus., A.A.G.O. EvERI:TT G. YOUNG, M.S., M.E WILLIAM S. SCOVILL EVERETTE E. SENTMAN LUTHER L. SIEMERS Sclllitz Carey I'IieronynIus lloyd Scntmxln Scovill Kuhn Dawson Leonard Siemcrx Kessler Campbell Dickman McDowell Shawl S. Cohen J. Cohen I-Iindslcy Sriven Durilinger Huber Holmes I ' 1 W J ' I I Page 4 7 5 Mummcrr Berger P H I U Founded, University M. Anderson Hannah Whitlock Olson Dunham McMahon Wolf Mies M. Ii. Anderson Illodau Kipp Livengood Rutz Robison Stilh Wolfe Fincham Baker von Almen Rucker Holme Cocrvcr Matthewson Belshaw of Minnesota, 1909 Eighteen Active Chapters Pi Chapter To jiromoic i11fc'1lc'ct I1ARRlIiT T. BAR'ro, A.M. IsAIIIzI. BIZIRER, I7lI.M., D.SC. FANNIE M. BROOKS, A.B., R.N. ANNA K. voN AI.MEN BIQULAII B. AI.'I' NIARGARIZT ANnIaRsoN MlI.I3RIiD Ii. ANIIIiRsoN EUNICIL E. BARER EMILY L. BIiI.SI'IAW HIiI.I2N L. BERGER VIOI.IZ'F V. BLODAU GRACZE M. CoI1RvIaR CA'rIIERINIz R. DAvIs HONNA M. DUNIIAM CARI. H. CASBIERG, ILS., WILLIAM N. IfSI'Y, M.S. MAURIGE K. FAIINIzs'1'o joI'IN W. BAUER WILBUII W. BIz'I"I's RoIIIaR'I' P. BoWm'I'c:II H. GORDON FAULRNER AI.maR'I' W. FISCIIER FRANK B. Fos'rIaR I M.E. ck, M.S KATHRYN V. BURNS, A.M. IILORIENCE M. KING, M.S. DoRo'I'IIY D. MCGAUGI-IEY, B.S. MEMBERS IN VELMA M. EIIQIIHORN EMMA L. FINGIVIAM PHYI.I.Is E. HANNAPI I2I.IzAnIz1'II J. I-IEI-BURN MARY HOLME IiI.IzAuE'I'H L. KIENTZLI2 KARLENE M. KIPI' I'AuI,INIa E. LIVENGOOD VIRGINIA LOCKE I'IIEI.FN B. LOIZCHER GRACE MCMAIION A ual, social, and professional t1L'l!L'i0IHHL'lIIf, ami ibn' t1l1Ut1IlL'CHIL'Ilf of Home Economics FACULTY MARY A. Mc:KI5Iz, A.B. CI.ARA R. MEYIEIK, M.S. S'I'lil.I.A C. MUNGER, M.S UNIVERSITY MARIAN F. MA'I"I'I'IIiW5ON CATHRINE F. Mnis RUTH MosHI2R L. MAXINE MUMMERI' Ii. GIIRALIIINIQ NOR1'H C. HILIIEGARDE OLSON ALICE C. RICE BARBARA L. RICHAIKIJS VIoI.A RODISON MAIKY RUCKIER IfLIZABE'l'H M. RUNRIQI. ANNA B. ROBINSON, A.M. Ru'I'I-I A. WARDALL, A.M. MARY C. WHITI.ocR, A.M. NIARY IZ. RUSKAMI' GI.AnINIz S. Ru'I'z KATIIRYN SANIIMEYER CI'IARI.o'r'I'E M. SMITII SARAII E. STITH CAli0l.YN L. SIRUIIINGER FRANI:Izs IJTTERDACK liIII'I'II I. WoI.If KAIIIRYN I. WoI.I-'Ia Founded, University of Illinois, 1915 Fifteen Active Chapters Illinois Alpha Chapter To promofc ana' develop the profession of vzzeclvarzical engineering FACULTY jor-IN A. Golfrf, PII.D. ' Osc:AR A. LIEUTWILIQR, ILS., M.E. tIOSliI'lI A. POLSON, B.S., M.E. CI.ARIzNc:II W. HAM, M.E. HoRAc:Ia J. IVIACINTIRIE, M.M.Ii. WlI.I.IAM H. SIEVERNS, M.S. AI.oNzo P. KRATZ, M.S. Paul. Ii. MOIIN, M.S., M.Ii. AR'I'IIuR C. WII.I.ARn, ILS., D.I2NG., LI..D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ARVIIJ D. FRAUTNICK RIUHARD W. I.liU'l'WII.Iill, -IR. WAI.'I'IaR C. S'rRARosI-I DAVID K. I'IARRlS DAVIII K. Ml1'l1IIlZI.L lCI.Mo A. TRAVIS CI'lAIKl.liS K. HIEDGIES I.I.oYn R. SAMuI2I.soN VINc'IaN'r J. VAN MI2'rIzR WAI.TlZR A. joIINsoN IRVING R. SEELY WINSTON J. WAYNE RAI.I-II W. LAZIQAR CLARIQNEII H. S'I'IHIN WAI.I.Ac'Ia II. WIzIRIczII Strakosh Scely Van Meter Faulkner Sanmclsun Wayne Harris Betts Fraurnick Weirich llaucr Bowditch Travis Leutwilcr Stein Mitchell johnson Fischer Puge 476 Williams Tinkliam Black Brotselier Orcutt Proctor Lohmnnn Lowry Johnson Kinney Ferris Champion Stresau Belstcrling Bucliholz Zimmer Weiner Morgan Licgclc Mayfield Huddlcston Bisson Dean Chapman Wuss Founded, University of Illinois, 1909 Thirteen Active Chapters Karnak Chapter LA FORCE BAILEY, M.S., B.P. JAMES E. BRANCH, B.S. ARTHUR F. DEAM, B.ARcI-I., F.A.A.R. MARVIN R. DODIJERMAN, B.S JOSEI-H E. BAKER RICHARD G. BELSTIERLING MAX W. BISSON ROBERT M. BLACK CARL E. BRETSCHER WILLIAM H. BUCHHOLZ ROBERT L. CHAMPION HAROLD E. CHAPMAN, JR. To foster fricmfxbijr and co-operation among Arcloifccts, Architectural Engineers, and Landscape Architects OLAF S. FJELDE, B.S. WILLIAM A. GANSTER, ILS. CTRANVILLIZ S. KEITH, M.S. FRANK M. LESCHIER, B.S. KARL B. LOHMANN, M.L.A. FACULTY ELMIZR I. LOVE, M.S. NEWLIN D. MOIIGAN, M.S., C.lE. RExIfoRD NEWCZOMB, A.M., M.ARcH., A.I.A. CYRUS Il. PALMER, M.S MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM A. DEAN RICHARD E. DRovER RICHARD D. FERRIS THEODORE HOIfIfMAN SAM L. HUDDI.ESTON WVALLACIE A. JOHNSON WILLIAM S. KINNEY, JR. ALI-'RED li. KIRK JAMES LOWRY OTIS J. MCCOY WEBSTIER K. MAYI"IliLD MILTON J. ORCUTT EDWARD W. PROCTOR WALTER H. SKONNING FRIEDERIC B. STRESAU RUSSELL J. TINKIIAM SIGIVI LPH IRVING L. PETERSON, B.S. LORING H. PROVINE, B.S., A.E. OTTO G. SCHAFFIER, B.S. WILLIAM H. SCHEICK, B.ARCH. MAX O. URBAl'IN PETER G. Wuss GRAELE B. WEIIER, JR. ARTHUR R. WILLIAMS STANLEY H. YOUNG JOHN N. ZIEGELE JACK W. ZIMMER ICT Founded, University of Michigan, 1903 Sixty-four Sigma Delta Chapter Honorary and Professional Musical Sorority FACULTY VISLMA I. Kl'l'ClII3LL, B.MUs., B.S. KATHRYN J. SUTHERLIN, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY l'lliLliN E. JACKSON DORIS M. OBI2RI.lNK IRACHIEL AUSTIN MARGARET E. BATES MARY J. CARTER MARION E. CORIZLL NEVA P. GLOYD Ii. lhI.llliR'I'A MCCLAIKA ISABELLIE S. ROSEN IVIARGARIYI' A. MOIIGAN NliLLIli M. STUART IIILLIAN W. NIEI.SITN SELMA E. SUMMERS Active Chapters EDITH M. USRY, A.M., B.MUs., F.A.G.O. DORO'I'l1Y F. TRAFTON DORIS VANCE EVALYN WACHOD BERNICE ZWILXK Ohcrlink Austin Wacliob Corcll Bates Carter McClara Summers Trafton Gloyd Jackson Morgan I I 1 1 J I : ' n Page 47 7 Gooding Kimball Kennedy Davis Carsnn Lewis Goff Fisher Levis Cover Ungarctti Stern Lake Founded, University of Michigan, 1918 Four Active Chapters Beta Chapter To c'ncoIIragc interest in more gcfncral participation among 'uJo1m'n in activifies in the art of speech FACULTY sliVlilllNA E. NnI.soN, A.M. DuRo'I'IIY 12. SIIEDIENIJURG, ILS. .JUNE xVHl'l'SON, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARJORIIE IZ. BERRYMAN MAIKY Ii. CovIaR SUNNY KENNIIUY RUTH A. LYImoN KATI-IRYN V. BOWEN lf1.lNOIi T. DAVIS CAROLYN KIMEALL ARNIETA J. MIzIsI.AIIN DOROTHY J. CARSON MILDIKED A. FIsIII2R -JULIA M, LAKE CARI.o'I"I'A PARRON JOSIZPHINIZ L. CATHCART LOUISE A. GOI-'F IRENE P. LEvIs IZVELYN A. STERN IZ. MARCEI.LA CLIFFORD livIaI,YN M. GOODING ALTA I-I. LEwIs FRANcIss T. UNGAllli'I"l'I Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 One Active Chapter ROEERT S. BERGE W. HAROLD BIGGER DANIEL CHINLUND NEAL F. CLARKE RonERT W. CLINE MAuRIr:E B. Coon Alpha Chapter To promote a kcener interest in llae sciefzce of radio . FACULTY DAVID G. BOURGIN, PrI.D. STANLEY L. JAMES, LT.CoL., A.B. CZARL IZ. SKRODEII, M.S. HUGH A. BROWN, M.S., E.E. CHARLES T. KNIPP, PrI.D. JosEDH T. TYROCINER, ILE. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WALLACE A. DEP? OREN L. DENHART LEONARD DORNIZR MACK C. JONES WILLIAM B. KATZ FRED A. LINN WESLEY L. Ennv B. SMITH MCDOUGAL ARTHUR L. PETERS ELDRED W. Houcu CHARI.Es A. REDDER EDMUND A. REHWALD HENRY E. RHEA JOHN H. Rises JAMES C. SRoRcz HERBERT J. SPRENGEL LLOYD J. WALDRON Iiergc Riggs Dnrner Reeder Skorcz Jones Waldron Flora Linn Chinlund Katz Bigger Cook Pcrcrs Dcnhalrr Hough Cline Sprcngcl Page 478 McClain McV.IIIgII Aucr Iinsl Leisenring Dcutch Ebert Mies Johnson Owen Avey Poor Dragoo Logan Mounce Founded, University of Washington, 1909 Thirty-eight Active Chapters Pi Chapter EMMA AUIER MARY M. AVEY IESTIIER A. DEU'l'CkI JEAN E. DRAooo NIARGARIYI' R. EBIERT JoIIN W. BAUER WILIJUR W. Bl'2'l"I'S AUBREY BROWN RoIIIaR'I' F. CHRIs'I'ENsEN ROMAINE B. I'IU'l"l'0N To honor outstumliug women in the School of journalism, to make definite contribution to the cause of better i0'1lfl1dliS7I1, and to assist its members to real achievement in the field of letters MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MIRIAM L. FAs'I' MAIIY J. LEISENRING THELMA F. MoUNc:E KATHERINE U. FII.soN IILOISIZ E. LOGAN LUCILLE OWEN PIfIYLLIs GRAY RU'I'H G. MCCLAIN JUNE E. PARSONS ILUNICE O. HINMAN MAXINE MCVAUGPI DOROTHY L. Poon IVIARIE F. JOHNSON HELEN A. MIEs M. ELEANOIK ST. GERMAIN Founded, University of Minnesota, 1904 Twenty-four Active Chapters Kappa Chapter To maintzzin a high .Itamlurzl of jrrofesxiouul interest in e1Igi1Ic'ering, and Io unite its members in fraternal fellowship FACULTY TIIoMAs J. IDOLAN, M.S. EVERETT KING, A.B., M.C.IZ. THOMAS C. SIIIEIID, M.S., C.E. JAMES J. DOI.AND, M.S., C.Ii. OSCAR A. LIiU'l'WII.ER, B.S., M.l2. JAMISON VAW'I'IER, M.S., C.E. ALIIERT JORGIINSIEN, M.S., ILM. WILLIAM J. PUTMAN, M.S., M.I5. WILIIUR M. WlI.SON, M.M.E., C.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JAMES F. FI'I'ZGI3RALD GORDON O. Pom. ALBERT REICIIMANN GILBERT C. RISIMANN JACK W. TASSICK HAROLD D. TOWNSEND GURIION L. JEIII-EsEN RIQIIARII I-I. GILES NOIIMAN L. JEI-I-IQSEN WAL'I'ER C. I-IITCHCUCK DAVID E. KIRRIIATRICK WILLARIJ A. MIZIILE Rcichmalnn Brown Tnssick MerIc Fitzgerald Pohl Giles Kirkpatrick Ihznur Hurts Vawter G. Jeppesen N. Jeppesen 4 ' W W I ' I I " Pffxv 479 I te claw gym L , Q Q n f i 4145-I Y' loco'-1 is corn- eie --in e in i - Jage9 that N o I il: . . . W . . WV 1 1 f fly ADVERTISING AND INDEX I Index Of Advertisers AMERICAN COLORTYPE COMPANY . ASSOCIATED MILITARY STORES, THE . AUTOPOINT COMPANY . . BUSEY,S STATE BANK . BRYANT 86 STRATTON COLLEGE . CABLE PIANO COMPANY . COMMONWEALTH EDISON . DAILY ILLINI, THE . . DAVID 1. MALLOY PLANT, THE . DREWRYS ALE . . . HARTMAN-JEFFERSON COMPANY . ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ,IAHN 86 OLLIER ENGRAVING COMPANY . JOHN DEERE . . . NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE . PENN MUTUAL INSURANCE . RAYMOR, PAUL STONE LTD. STUDENT CENTER, THE . W7EBER,S STUDIO 499 485 497 497 489 497 501 487 501 495 .492-3 491 503 483 485 491 485 501 501 Page 482 E l sv 53 x I 1 ,,,,,Wm31 ..,. ,,,,,A....' ., 5 'A 4 -l -1 ' H. 'ga Q 2: , 'asa 'i CROSS prairies and through tin1- berland, where lights in new homes twinkled at dusk, trudgecl the land-looker of pioneer days. ' Back of him, in temporary quarters at a frontier settlement, was his family, ahead of him lay his opportunity to get a home. No soldier under Caeser, no "doughboy" under Pershing, ever marched with a heavier burden. A long rifle, an axe, an auger, a window sash with panes in place and a huge knap- sack, made of heavy bedticking and cram- med with clothing and provisions-those were among the accoutrements of the land- looker as he pressed on into the wil.derness. he and Loo er l-Ie sought good plow land. Finding it, hc located his quarter-section, built his pre- emption shanty, and lived in it the three days necessary to hold his claim for a year. Then, back more than a hundred miles to the frontier village and his family. Soon his emigrant wagon was on the west- ward trail--an ox-drawn wagon, making six miles a day. Boys trudged behind the wagon, driving milch cows and pigs. Mother sat in the front seat lulling the baby to sleep. Father strode, with long whip in hand, and long rifle in convenient grasp, beside the oxen. Stored back in the wagon, were the household goods--home- made furniture, home-made bedding, home- made clothing, spinning wheels, loom and erockery. In a coop, at the rear, were a .., ,.... ... .i.W ICH DEERE FARM EQUIPME T Leader in Quality for nearly a Century half-dozen chickens. And swung up tightly to one side of the wagon was that symbol of civilization, chief reliance of the pioneer farmer-a john Deere plow. Days and days of slow travel, and then- -a new home-light beamed the message of achievement across the prairie at duskg another family was established, ready with the John Deere plow to win a prosperous farm from the wilderness. l Thus, long ago, in the hearts of pioneers to whom a good plow meant everything, the seeds of good will for John Deere were planted-good will that extends today to john Deere equipment for practically every farming operation. V T Page 48 3 Abarbanel, S. X. ........ . A Abbey, J. M. .........,...... Abeling, Helen J. Abernathy, P. R. ...,... . Anderson Abma, Sharmey .... Abraham, G. E. ......... . Abrams, Ann .................... Abrams, Genevieve M. Abrams, H. J. ............ . Abrams, Lillian R. Abrina, R. D. ...,.... . Acacia ................... ..... AL'l.'fllLl5 Arhaea tancy Club ........ Achenbach, D. F. ....... Achelon, B. W. .... Achilles, W. M. Acker, H. G. ...... . Acker, J. W. ..... Acton, H. H. ....... Acton, Adams, Adams, O. W. A. .......... . A. O. Adams, E. C. ....... Adams, E. M. .,....... . Adams, F. W. ......,... . Adams, Florence 1. Adams, Isabel L. ..,... . Index of Persons and Books .....,....4s, 250, 273, 464 454, 404 423 .........343, 384 .- .......,........... 241 48, 164, 171 450 .........48, 234, 235, 217 443 5 6 . ....... 454 ........241 ........346 . .....,......................... 380 . ..,, : ...48, 279, 1s6, 48, .......4s, 326, 1s1, 458 412 457 . ..........................l.... 395 190 . .,,.,............ 184, 346, ,..12s, 277, 292, 293, 473 390 336 299 ........4s, 239, Adams, J. ....................... ..... - .....,.... - ...407 Adams, Leverett A. ..... ............,., 3 67, 474 Adams, Lois J. ........... ..................... 4 8, 431 Adams, Louis A. ..,, ,. ............. ,,.-.383 Adams, P. A. .... ............................ ....,.,.....,.......,,....... 4 0 1 Adams, R. ......,...........,.....,....,...........,,.................... . 358, 365 Adams, W. B. ............ 128, 129, 164, 202, 293, 355, 356 Adelman, Grace L. ....,.. - ......,,,..... - ..,....,..........,... - ...,,,.,,,, 450 Adelman, S. D. ....,, ........,. ,. ..........,.. . .,, ...,,,,,.,,..,.,.,.,,,,,, 415 Adelson, E. .......,.. ............ 2 57, 398 Aden, Drusilla ....,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 s, 442, 471 Adis. G. W. .......,....,.. - ,... ................... 1 26, 177 Adkisson, Kathryn A. ...... ....... - ...... - ...347, 473 Adler. Frances J. ......... .............. .....................,,.. 4 4 3 Adler, J. I. ............. .. ,,.,..,,., .....,.,,.......,.,,,,,...,.. 1 86 Adler, Pearl H. ....,.. ........., 1 10, 228, 443 Adsit, Mary J. ...... ................ 2 29, 425 A.-alia ............. - ......... ......,...,.................... 2 41 Ag Dance ...........,,.......... .......................,............... 3 00 Agnew. Carolyn J. ...... ........., 2 28, 277, 436, 463 Agnew, L. W. ............. .......................... 3 09, 454 Agnew, T. L. .....,......... 362 Agrirulfurz' Council Ahlering, Dorothy E. Ahlf, Juanita E. ......, . Ailes, A. J. .........,... . Ainsworth, R. C. Aitchison, R. S. Aitken, C. S. ....,... . Akemann, E. W. Akin, C. E. ..,.... . Albert, C. R. Albin, E. L. Albis, J. W. .... . Ala-slis .......,.,..,...., Alcorn. S. W. ..., - ......,.... .. Aldrich, H. A. ...,..... Aleksiun, Helen D. Alexander, Elberta Alexander, H. L. Alexander, J. ........... Alexander, Jane F. Alexander, W. H. Allard, H. F. ...... . Alleman, N. J. .... Allen, Allen, Allen, Allen, Betty C. C. L. ......,... F. H. .... . G. W. Allen. H. K. Allen, J. C. .,,.. . Allen, L. Allen, J. T. ..... . Allen, L. G. ....... . Allen, L. T. Allen, R. E. .... . Allen, R. F. ....... . Allen, Rosemary .... Allen, W. C. Allen, Allers, w. H. 11. J. ..... . Allison, B. ..... . Allison, L. ..... .... ...,..,.4s, 421, 439 446 400 346, 171 ..........277, 336, 414 214 454 .,......346, ...........24l . ................... .. .... ...... 3 46 .......255, 451, 471, , 475 431 377 .... ....... 342 ...-...24l 1 9 89 464 ......,....347, 365, ........130, 259, 379 376 264, 270, 385, 457, .365 466 384 399 44 ..............48, ,, .,,..,..,.....,.., 48, ..........326, 330, 446 374 403 269 Allison, 0. W. . .,..............,..,.,...,,..., ...........,.....,,,,,,,,.,,. J 90 Allman, Joan ........................,. ,. ....,.,...............................,,,... 424 Allyn, R. ............ 49, 163, 206, 341, 362, 459, 473, 474 Almendras, C. M. ............... - .................. - .............. -...49, 468 Almy, Jean B. ...............,... ,,...,,.,,....,., .....,.........,.,,,, 4 9 , 341 Alpert, Rose J. ........, ......,.,...., 4 50 Alpha Chl Omega ....... .....,...., 4 22 Alpha Chi Rho . ........ ...... 3 57 Alpha Chi Sigma ....... .,,..,.. 3 58 Alpha Della Phi ....... ....,... 3 59 Alpha Delta Pl ........... ........... ...,,... 4 2 3 Alpha Epsilon Phi ....... .. ....... ......,. 4 24 Alpha Epsilon Pi ....... ..,..... 3 60 Alpha Gamma Della ..... . ........ 425 Alpha Gamma Rho ..... ......... ,,.,.... 3 61 Alpha Kappa Kappa ............ ..,..... 1 34 Alpha Kappa Lambda ......,, 362 Alpha Kappa Pri .............. ........ 4 56 Alpha Lambda Della ...... ........ 3 47 Alpha Omicron Pl ....... ....... 4 26 Alpha Phi .................... ..,.... 4 Z7 Alpha Rho Chi ......... .... ...... 363 Alpha Sigma Phi ...... .. .......... .. ................ ...... 3 64 Alpha Sigma Nu ....... ...............-...... ....... .......467 Alpha Tau Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tan Sigma . .... . Alpha Xi Della ...... Alpha Zrlu ............. Alstrom, E. ...... . Alt, Beulah B. Altier, P. A. .... . Altman, H. P. .,.... . Altorfer, E. J. ...,..,,,. ..,,, . Alxnrmi Assavialioli Alvarez. R. S. ......,.. . .........467 .........365 . ........ 335 428 345 401 ..126, 213, 359, 456, 457 Alyea, L. F. ...........,...,...,..,,., ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 4 9, 2011, 462 Ambrosius, E. E. ............,...,......,.. - ......,,,,.,,...... ,. ...,,,,,,.., 327 Ames, G. C. ..,.,..,..........,..,..,.......... 49, 110, 355, 403 Anierivan lnstihile of Clllllliftll Engineers ..,............. 468 Amvriran Society of Mechanical Engineer: .........,...... 468 Amerman, J. D. .,..,.,............. ,.........,,,,.,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. 3 26, 330 Amiel, J. H ............ -.- ................. -.- ........................,........ 473 Amlins. J. W- ---.----.-..... -.. ......... - ...... s ................... 366, 470 Ammon. M. W. ........................ 49, 259, 268, 300, 361 Andermann, Marian M. .........,....,...,..,.,,.....,,,,...,,,, .. 240 Andersen, H. L. .. ....,.. , ....,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,49 Anderson, A. G. ..... ,... ,,,,,,,,, 4 9 , 141, 165 Anderson, C. F. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,395 Anderson, C. M. ..... ..,.......,,.,,, 4 9, 356, 454 Anderson, Carl R. ....... ...................,.,.............. 1 94 Anderson, Chester R. ,,..... ........ 4 04, 408, 456, 464 Anderson, D. F. ........... .,....,. .,.... ,...... . . 2 69, 146 Andersen, D. R. .... .. .,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 405 Anderson, F. B. ...,..,........ ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 4 12, 456 Anderson, Genevieve S. .,.., ,,,,,,,,, 4 4, 49, 239, 291 Anderson, Geraldine ...... ...........,..... . 259, 472 Anderson, Helen E. ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 9, 451 Anderson, J. E. ...... ......... 1 28, 454 1. M. .. Anderson: K. C. Anderson, L. B. Anderson, Margaret .. Anderson, Marian . ............ .. Anderson, Marjorie R. Anderson, Mary E. Anderson, Mildred E. Anderson, N. B. .... ...... Anderson, R. F. ..... . Anderson, R. W. Anderson. Ruth H. .. Anderson, Vivian V. Andrews, A. I. ...,..... . Andrews, C. ..... ..... Angell, Mary C. ..... . 36 .....,.....49, .........211, ...,,.....147, 476 240 423 476 .........370 .........378 52 307 58 Anger. E. W. ......... ......... 2 os, 316, 325, 326, 328, Annenberg, Helene R, ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,.,,, , ,,,,,,, 424, Anshel, J. L. .... Antilla, A. A. ........ . Appell, Alice J. Apple, V. Belle ...... Applegate, Helen ...,.. Arbuckle, Betty L. Archer, L. B. .,...... . Archer, L. D. . ..,.. .. Arden, Phoebe R. Arenson, L. B. .... . Arrpa ....................... Arfsten, A. W. Armes, W. E. Armour, R. L. ........ Armstrong, A. . R Armstrong, Betty a 202, ''U'U"''12E,"''i'64',""i'6'i'Q'"i'7i','A 421, Armstron , Beul h M. ....... K Armstrong, J. B. Armstrong, J. H. Armstrong, Jean ...... 399 442 462 473 360 416 434 448 . .......... ,..,.... 3 56 331, 474 ............398 .........278 .........470 .........395 . ........ 454 ......... 335 ..........447, 461 .. ................ 50 436 ...........50, Armstrong, Lyda M. .,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, , ,431 Armstrong, Mary A. .,......,..,......,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, J 47, 445 Armstrong, Phyllis J. ,.,....,....,.,..,. .,,.....,,,,.,.,, 2 29, 256, 451 Armstrong, R. D. ..........,. 262, 263, 266, 345, 355, 379 Arnold, J. C. .,.,..,.....,...,.,..,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 373 Arnold, M. Kathleen ..... ..........................,...,....... - .....,. 4 36 Arnold, Mary A. ....... ........,. 4 5, 50, 294, 422, 463 Arnold, Nola E. ...... ....... . .. Arnold, W. B. ......... Arstcin, Helen S. ...... - ........ . Arthur, F. C. ..... . Arthur, S. H. Ash. A. S. .......... . . ........................................ 299 .. ...... ................. - ........... 3 84 .,.....10, 341, 367 ...135 Ash. Anne ................ .......... 2 63, 418 Ashbaugh. A. F. ...... .............................................,.... ,... 3 6 2 Ashline, G. H. . ...,.............................. , ....,..,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 135 Askren, Margaret F. ...... 47, 50, 142, 250, 251, 341, 433 Asman, A. W. .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 73 Astrom. Meredith L. ..... ......... . Atherton, C. ,,...,.....,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ...- .................................... 135 Alhlefir Association, The . .... . Atkinson, J. T. ............,,,,, ,,,,, , Allanla .1 .............................,... Attwood, A. O. Audrieth, L. F. ......... . Auer, Emma .................... Auer, Genevieve E. ........... . Auerbach. Charlotte A. .... . Auerbach, Eleanor ........... ...fffff5'0I . ........ 135 163 368 475 , ............... 1511, 402, 50, 257, 432, ..............217, 277, 479 436 Augur, Leah A. ....... . .... , ..,.,.,. 50, 233, 236, 2911, Aulinskis, P. Auranll. R. E. .... . Austin, G. T. Austin, J. D. Austin, J. O. Austin, L. F. ...... . Austin, Rachel E. Auten. P. S. ........ . Avery, Ann M. Avey. Mary M. Axelrod, D. ...... , Axlerod, W. J. ...... . Axtcll, W. S. ...... . Aydelotte, C. J. Aydelotte, G. B. .... . ..........126, 330, 336, .............105, 357, 451 382 380 468 253 59 .........279, ..,......422, 477 378 127 479 ..- ,.,. 273, 331, 398 377 434 454 Bnbbit, Elizabeth M. ,,,,, ,,,,,.,, . Babbitt, H. E. ........,,.. , Bachman, 11. H. ...... . Bachman, W. J. .... , Bachmann, G. A. 438 44, 1 6, 469 336 402 135 135 309 344 384 451 394 415 376 273 392 457 461 412 432 336 477 470 458 362 438 438 454 476 424 477 426 430 437 389 373 444 Bacon, A. R. ,.... ,,,,,,, , Bacon, C. S. .,..., ,,,,,,,, , Bacon, R. P. ....,,,, ,,,,,,, , Badger, A. E. ......... ,,,,,,,,, , Badger, W. H. ,,,. ..,...... ,,,,,,,,,,, , Baer, Charlotte T, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 0, Baer, Ii. ......,....,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Baer, T. W. ..,....,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 0, Bass. J. C. -....... ............ .................,.., 1 1 6, Bagley, Marcia L. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, Bailar, J. C. ....,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 511, Bailey. C. A. ......... ......... 1 26, 215, 385, Bailey, H. W. ..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bailey. J- S- .......................... - .............................. ......... . Bailey, Janet B. ....................,.. - ..... - ..,,.....,.......,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bailey, K. D. ...... 50, 314, 316, 319, 325, 328, 330, Bailey. L. ....................................................... .....,.,...., 4 05, Bailey. R. E. ....... - .............. - .......... -. ...................... 340, Baily, H. 1-1. ...... ........ 1 76, 454, 456, Baird, B. T. .....,.. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 15, Baird, Llewellyn ..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 05, Balter, Beverly B, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Baker, E. W. ..,...,..,,,. ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, , Baker, Eunice E. ,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 0, Baker, Evelyn M. . ..., .,............. 2 57, Baker, J. E. . .............. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 78, Baker, Margaret E. ..... ......... 1 30, 263, 295, Baker, Marguerite W. .... ,,.,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1, Baker, Marian L. .......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Baker, R. H. ,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Baker, T. M, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 1, Baker, Virginia M. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Baker, W. H. ......... ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Baker, W. M. ........ . Baklte, Evelyn M. ...... . Bakkemo. H. C. .... . Balch, A. D. ..... 1 , 403 408 451 366 386 Balderson, B. A. .... ,,,,,,, ,, ,364 Balduf, W. V. ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 71 Baldus, Elsie M. .,.. ,,.,,,,,,,,, 4 JB Baldwin, E. C. ,..,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 54 Baldwin, J. A. ...,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 55, 352 Baldwin, J. H. .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 05, 370 Baldwin, R. L. ...,,.....,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 78 Baldwin, Roberta M. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 31 Balkin, S. F. .,,,,.,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 115 Ball, James E. ..,.,,, , ,,,, H131, 297 Ball, Jasper E. ,,,,,,,,,, N391 Ball, Mary D. ,..,.,,.,....,,.,,....,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 33 Ball, R. J. .,.........................,,....,...,.,.,..,...,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 IJ Ball, R. L. ...... .... 4 4, 11, 142, 261, 294, 296, 402, 466 Ball, V. ........... - ..........,,.,,..,......,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,.,,.,..,,,,,,, 371, 470 Ballou. J. W. ............... -.- ........................ .........,..... .. .135 Bancroft, H, W, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 43 Banrl af X .............. ,,,,,,, 2 ,457 Banioued, J. F. ..... .......,.,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 7 3 Bannon, T. P. ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 72 Banovitz, L. ............ ,,,,,,,,,, 3 98 Baranowski, J. W. .,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 11 Barclay, W. F. ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 09 Bard. A. O. ............ . .......... 265, 397 Barish, Shirley R, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 4 3 Barker, Geneva L. .,...,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Barker, Margaret J. ...... ..,,,,,, 1 zs, 292, 293, 440 Barkley. D. F. ................ .........,..... 1 09, 355, 357 Barlow, Henrietta E. .... .,...,..........,.,,,,, 5 1, 424 Barlow, R. R. ,, .,.,..,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 47, 454 Barman, M. J. ........ ,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, , . H315 Barnard. G. C. ..... .............. 1 26, 179, 382 Barnes, B. A. .... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 05 Barnes, E. J. ........ ..,..,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5 7 names, G. D. ..... 326, 355, 381, 466 Barnes. H. O. ...... ....,,,.........,.,,,,.,, ,, ,.,,,, , ,,,37I Barnes, M. W. ....,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 42 Barnes, Martha R. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 50 Barnes. Rosemary ..... ......................... 4 21, 427, 463 Barnett, Julia E. ...... . ,,,.,,,. 51, 233, 215, 217, 422 Barney, A. J. ......... . Barnofsky, I. ....... . Barns, Mary E. ..... . Baron, F. M. Barr, G. A. Barr, J. .,,.,.......... . Barr. L. C. ........... . Barrash, H. J. ....... . Barrett, Alice L. ....... Barrett. D. R. Barrett, E. E. .... ,.... . Barrett, Grace ....... Barrett, Harriett L Barrett, I. T. ......... . Barrett, Rose M. Barrick, C. R. Barrick, P. L. ..... . Barrick, R. G. 5 8 445 1 , 397, 64, 65 , 471 ..23 409 373 407 17, .......256, 336, 431 402 ..23 .............240, . .,.,... 51, 240, 472 472 473 . ......... 440, 473 ..51 1 , Barrick, W. H. , ...,.. , , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 55, Barron, O. .... . ............. . ...,, , ..,,,.,..,....... ,, ,,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , , Barry. J. ............. .... .......................,.. ,,..,.....,,,,....,, . . Bartels, Charlotte A. ..12s, 292, 293, 298, 450, Bartcltt, Doris O. "4i'4Q'l Barth, J. H. ............. ......,.,,,...,......,,,,,., 5 1, 191, 134, Barth, S. N. ......... . Bartholomew, H. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , , 468 ..31 362 184 272 475 450 396 360 416 Bartlett, C. ........,.....,., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 05 Bartlett. Helen L. ........ 51, 263, 296, 421, 437 Barco, Harriet T. ......,..,,,.....,.......,,,,..,,,. 438, 475 Barton, E. ...,....,..... ,,,, , ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 52 Barton E. E. .... ..... - 131, 269 Barton: H. M. ...., . Barts, Norma A. ................ . Bash, C. 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OPPOSITE TRIBUNE TOWE FOUR THIRTY NORTH MICHIGAN AVE ENTIRE Founn-I noon CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 0 Champaign Sfudio Slx Twenfy Three Easl Green I 8 a- p 0 S P E . Q ' A K y ' I I ' , 0 I 5 , G .Q if . H 0 . . . - Q . . . ' O 0 ' I Page 485 INDEX OF PERSONS AND Booxs-Continued Baskin, B. ..Y........ ................................. ..... L .... L ....,. Bass, Jane L. ........ Bass, Jean .......,,. .....,.., Bass, Mildred M. Bassett, D. A. ,..,,....,.. . Bassett, Marjorie M. .... ' ff.'ff.'.'44'7'f ....-....240, . .... fffiff240'.- 263 , Basra, Elsie V. ............. . .....,................,. 262, Bateman, S. C. ..... Bates, Margaret E. Bates, W. R. .....,...... . Bather, W . J. .......... Battey, F. T. ............ . Battey, Marjorie E. Battinus, M. D. .,,,......,. . Bauer, A. Elizabeth Bauer, Bauer, C. ........... . Charlotte ..., 52, 241, 507, sos, ........52, IQIQIIIIQSEEQ' 415 438 450 308 336 472 450 336 477 464 368 414 422 407 432 ....5 2 Bauer, 11. E. ..... ..,.,, ...... 4 1 4. 11.u6r. J- W- ........ ............ ........ 4 6 s, 476, Bauerle, R. K. ...,.....,,....,......,. .,,........,.,.,.,... . Bauersfeld, Elizabeth H. .... .....,.,.,....,...... . Bauersfeld, R. Carol ........... ...... .........,......... Baughman, Dorothy J. ..... ....... 5 2, 273, Baughman, Ruth ..,..,..,.,,.... ,....,..........,..... 5 2, Bau hman, V. L. ,,,....,., .. ............,.. 164, 184, 8 Bauman, H. G. ........ . Baumann, G. B. ............. . Baumgartner, R. A. Baur, J. W. ........,....... . Baxter, J. B. Bayley, W. S. ..... . Beach, G. W. ..... . Beach, P. G. ..... . Beam, Mary W. ,... . Beam, R. F. ,...,,. ..........55o, 555, 397, ffQfIf1ff?2.' 372 469 479 381 432 431 473 440 189 466 366 461 394 399 367 ..........367 ........263, 435, 253, 367 472 460 Beamer, P. R. .,... ....... 5 2, 335, 474 Bean, S. H. ,....,. ........................ 4 71 Bear, R. ........... ................... 4 68 Beard, H. .......... ...... ........... 1 3 4 uma, J. H. ,,...,.. ,......... 5 72, 474 Beardsley, H. L. ....... ............... 3 85 Beardslcy, M. W. ...... ........ 5 2, 385 Beasley, F. Jane ....... ....... 3 08, 432 Beattie, C. W. .,.... ............. 4 73 Beattie, L. J. ,...,. ........ 3 82 Beatty, Lorraine ...... .. .......... 450 Beaubien, M. H. ..... ................ 3 B7 Beauman, W. H. ........... .......... 2 59, 369 Beaumont, Cathilene .... ...,. . .. .... .240 Beazley, R. T. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ....... 4 09, 460 Beck, Jane E. .,........ ........ 5 2, 422 Becker, C. F. .... ,..,., 2 52, 356 Becker, L. A. ........ ...... 3 09, 362 Becker, Marcella ..... .........,. 4 50 Becker, R. H. .............. .............,.................. . .. 356 Beckly, C. A. .................................................................... 430 Bctkman, L. E. 52, 138, 262, 263, 271, 316, 325, 326 327.328, 555, 384, 409 Beekman, R. H. ...., ...,.................,..,.,.,...,.................. 5 2, 402 Beckwith, M. M. ..... ........................,....,........ 3 58 Beecher, M. C. ...... ........., .... 1 3 5 Beeley, Elizabeth ..., 241, 308 Behling, B. N. ,... ....,,,........, 3 91 Behling, R. A. ...... ...,,......., 3 72 Behn, C. H. J ..... ......... 3 72 Behrstoclt, E. .. 406 Beier, E. M. ...... ............ 4 73 Bcirer, Isabel ...,.. .,.,.,..,...,....... 4 76 Bcilcl, R. O. ..... ,.,....,..,..... 2 56, 416 Belair. J. H. ..... ......... 5 2, 364, 466 Bell, Barbara ...... ,,..,,..........,,,.,.., 4 51 Bell, F. E. ,..,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. J 90 neil, J. H. ..... .......,., 2 69, 556 Bell, J. W. .......,...... .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 3 64 Bell, R. ............. .,.,.. ...,,,.,,,,, 2 6 7 Belshaw, Emily L, ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 76 Belsterling, R. G. ....... ................. 3 94, 477 Belting, Natalia M. .... Bender, Truth L. ..... Bendersky, A. ........... . ....... 347, 429, 472 41 5 Benedict, R. H. ..... ,.... . 258, 378, 468 Benedict, S. W. ............, 414, 469 Bengel, W. J. ..... ,....................................... 5 2, 387, 468 Benham, H. V. ........................,....................... 178, 334, 410 Benham, M. ....... ..........................,....,.....,.......... 5 3, 204 Benn.-1-, J. D. ............ 128, 269, 292, 293, "329, 555, 454 Benner, T. E. .... .....,.............,..................................,........ 2 8 Bennett, A. E. ...... .......,,......,..................,...,.,.....,,....,,.... 4 54 Bennett, A. R. . ........... ....... 5 3, 381, 457, 466 Bennett, C. Helene ........................,...... . 442 Bennett, C. K. ......... .......... ..... ,...... ......,... . 3 8 4 Bennett, F. C. ..... ,,...,, 1 64, 207, 399, 469 Bennett,fJ. B. ....... ...,..... ......,....., 2 5 6, 4152 Bennett, N. W. ..... ..................................,.,...,..... 3 62 Bennett, Ruth V. ..... .............,,........, ,...,.. . . ..,.,, , 472 Bennis, C. A. ......... ....... 4 6, 53, 140, 164, 168, 364 Bennis, W. .......... .....,........,...................,..........,..,.., 3 64 Benson, H. E. ,........ ,...,,..,,..,,,,,,,, s 5, 384, 5s9, 466 Benson, R. E. ..,.......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Benton, Audrey C. ,.,..,, ..,.,,....,,.,.,,,. . ..53 Bepko, W. . ,.,....... ,,,,,, ,, 204 Berbaum, E. G. ...... ,,,,,,,, 3' 3, 414 Bercaw, W. M. ..,,... ,,,,,,,,,, 3 65 Bercher, R. W. ..,.,,,,. .. 385 Bercher, W. ..,....... 4 . .,....,,..,,.,,, 378 Berg,' A. A. .... .. ....... ,,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 3 6 0 Berg, E. R. ..... .............. ......... 5 6 4, 454 Berg, Ebba E. ,,.. - ,,........ .,,..,,.,, 5 07, 444 Berg, H. H. ..... .. .......,....,.... 383 Berg, H. M. ......,,.,..,...,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, 1 94 Berg, Helen I. .................... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 26 Berg, H. J. Van den ,....... ,,,,,,,,,, J 93 Berg, M. C. ..........,..,....,. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 73 Bergborn, S'. G. ..,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,, 3 72 Berge, R. S. . ........,. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 711 Berger, H. ................. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 5 4 Berger, Helen L. ..... . ..,..... 53, 476 Berger, W. E. ............. .........,... 4 54 Bergman, S. .................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 60 Bergschneider, M. R. Berkel. Dolores E. ..... .......25 6, 356 449 Berkland, W. IZ. ..... ...........................,....,..,,.......,, ,.,,,, 3 3 6 Bcrkcvitz, B ........, 126, 251, 254, 305, 407 Bernbaum, 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 78 Bcrnds, Mari, W. ,,,. ,. ,,,..,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 241, 472 Berndt, A. H. .......... ......... 4 5, 55, 555, 384, 402 Bernet, H. S. ..... .........,................,... I 3, 381 Bernick, E. .................. . ......... ................., 3 60 Berninger, K. M. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 36 Bernstein, M. L. .......... ,.,,... 4 43 Bernstein, Rochelle ...... .. ...... 53 Bcrrent, J. O. . ...... ..- ....... 360 Berry, Dorthea M. .... ,..,... .,.....,.. 3 4 7 Berry, E. P. ..., ....... ...... . ......,...,.. 5 3 , 415 Berryman, Marjorie E. ...... 53, 426, 478 Bert, Carolyn H. ......... ............ ...... 3 0 6 Berta, W. D. ..... ...... ...,.............. 2 7 3 Bertine, A. J. , ....,. ......250 Bertoni, Marie A. .... .......... 5 07 Besore, W. F. ......... ,....,........ 3 36 Best, Genevieve ,.,..., .....,. 3 07, 308 Bela Alpha Psi . ............. .............. 4 58 Beta Gamma Sigma ....... ....... 3 43 Bela Phi Alpha ............... ....... 4 29 Beta Sigma Omirron ....... ....... 4 30 Beta, Sigma Psi .....,.......... . ...... 366 Beta Theta Pl ............ ....... 3 67 Bethany Circle ..... .....,........................................ 4 48 Bethel, D. M. .................. .................................................. 3 42 Betts, W. W. ....................,....... 15, 344, 391, 468, 476. 479 Bevilacqua, Gilda ..........................................,................. 449 Bevilacqua, Josephine C. ................ ...................... 4 49, 473 Bevis, J. ................................ .............,......... ......,.... . . 378 Bcynun, J. T, ..... 46, 53, 139, 164, 168, 178, 180, 402 Beynon, Ruth 1. . ....,.... ............................................. 2 77, 429 Beyond tb: Horizon ....... ........... 2 80 Bickerton, E. ,.............. ....... 3 36 Biekerton, J. E. ........ ....... 2 69 Biddlecombe, D. .... ....... 1 34 Bielinski, E. ....... .......... 2 02 Bien, W. K. .... ............ 3 87 Bigger, W. H. .... ....... 2 69, 478 Biggins, G. R. ........ ................. ....... ........... 3 3 6 Biggs, Delphia P. ...... ............................................ 4 25 Bilek, O. ................ ................................................. 4 59 Bilger, Eloise ..... ......... 1 28, 233, 292, 308, 425 Bilger, R. P. . ......... ............................................. 4 16 Bilgere, M. J. ........ ...... ....................... 4 1 6, 460, 465 Billingsley, Faye M. .. .............. ................. 2 56. 425 Bills, Evelyn E. ............................................................ 53, 450 Bilsborrow, Elizabeth A 53, 278, 306, 308, 435, 474 Bim Merle, Dorothy G. .... ................................................ 4 50 Binder, R. W. ........... - ...... .............. ............................ 4 0 5 Bines, Anna E. ,,,,,,,.,,,,., ..,,..... 3 4, 241, 472 Binford, R. J. ........ ........ 3 26, 335, 375 Bingaman, W. W. .... ......................... 3 57 Binna, C. I... ............ ......................... 5 42 Biossart, B. W. .... .................. ............... ....... 3 9 6 Birdzell, S. M. ........ ......................... 2 69, 273, 459 111,-ky, c. W. ,..........,... .................,............,....,............. 5 09 Bischoff, Barbara P. ..... ......... 1 27, 129, 227, 438, 463 Bishop, W. D. .......... ................................... 3 87, 473 Bishopp, W. F. .... ......................................... 3 46 Bisson, M. W. ............ ..................... 4 77 Bittner, Louise H. .... ..... .................. 2 4 1 Bitzer, A. H. .............. ................. 1 31, 297 Bixby, Carmaleta 1. .... ....... 4 21, 440, 472 Bixby, W. H. ......,..... ........,............... 5 31 Bixler, M. E. ...... ....... ...358 Bjnrscth, R. . ....... .......... 2 73 Black.. Barbara J. ...... ........ ....... 4 2 5 Black, Bernice A. ...... .... . ..307, 448 mack, C. T. ...... ....... s 4, 331 Black, J. L. .....,. ......, 5 ss, 462 Black, R. M. .,...... 399, 477 111.611, W. E. ..... ...........,.. 5 55 Blackard, R. M. ........ ................. 3 78 Blackburn, G. S. ...... ................... ..... 3 3 6 Blackburn, L. I .... ........ 5 4, 340, 470 Blackstock, ............ ..................... 3 36 Blackstone, S. A. ...... ....... 3 81, 462 Blain, Mary B. ...... .............................. 2 40 Blair, B. ............... ................. . . .............. 454 Blair, Betty M. .......... ......... 2 56, 347, 425, 463 Blair, Charlotte J. ...... ........ ............ 4 5 , 54, 441 Blair, J. C. ......,.... ...................., 5 62, 467 Blair, P. W. ................ ..... ....... ...... 2 5 3 Blair, R. L. ............... .......... 2 55, 340 Blaisdell, Mildred W. ....... .................. 3 07 Blakcman, Alberta S. ............ ..451 Blakemore, J. R. ........... ...........,., 4 54 Blanche, F. W. ............ .......... ...... 3 8 1 Blann, W. T. ...... ....... 5 4, 471 Blass, Helen M. ...... ............ 4 39 Blatt, M. L. ..... ......... . .131 Blaufuss, A. L. .... ...... ...... 1 3 4 Blazek, Evelyne ...... ....... 2 56, 428 Blessing, Betty H. .... ..... ...................... .447 Bleuer, L. T .,................. .- ........................... 366 Blitlstenf I. M. ...... ....... ......................... 2 1 3, 386 Block, Katherine A. ...... ......... 5 4, 237, 296, 434 Block, Pauline S. ...... .................... 2 52, 424 Blodau, Violet V. ....... ........ 5 4, 307, 472, 476 Blohm, R. L. ...... ...... .....................,.......... 3 6 8 Blomquist, F. W. .... ...... 4 Ol Bloom, E. A. .............. . ........ 253 Bloom, Margaret ...... ........... . 427 Blout, B. B. .......... ............ .... 1 7 8 Blue, C. ............... ....... 2 56, 390 Blue, H. C. ......... . ............. 377 Blum, Arlette M. ..... ......... 3 07, 451 Blum, D. .................... ..... ......... 2 0 2 Blum, Dorothy F. ....... .................. 4 31 Blum, Dorothy H. ...... ....... 2 57, 436 Blumberg, J. .................. ....... 3 98, 454 Blumenkamp, W. H. . ........ 54, 413 Blust, E. F. ................ .............. 3 95 Board, T. ............. .......... 3 78 Boas, Dorcella ...... ...... 2 40 Bode, C. E. ................ ....... .... 4 0 9 Bodenbach. Florence ..... ..........-.. ..... .472 Bodman, L. W. .......... ....... 3 46 Bodman, R. E. ...... ...... 5 4, 344, 470 Bodnar, J. W. ............ ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 26, 332 Boe, Marjorie M. ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 50, 472 Boehmen, R. Z. ..... ......................... ............ 3 9 0, 466 Boehmer. A. P. . ............................. 54, 555, 468 Boeke. W. F. .,.... ,....... 4 4, 54, 269, 291, 298, 299 Boelio, L. N. ............ ..... .....,...,.,,.,... ...,...,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 3 4 1305555 W- A- -------------'-- -------. 5 4. 334. 336 Bogar, Catharine A. .... .......,..., 4 51, 454 Bogart, E. L. ............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 43 Boger, Mary C. ......,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 41 Bogg, Helen V. .,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 28 Boggs. C. C. .... ...................... J 59 Boxes, L. W. .... ....... 1 Jo, 265, 561 Boggs, W. L. ......... .................... 3 05 Bohlen, D. W. ...... ...........,..,..,..,,......, 2 52, 359 Boland, J. S'. .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M204 Boley. C. C. .... .......................... 5 4, 403, 473 Boley, K. N. ......... ....... 4 s, 265, 269, 29s, 299 Boley, Mary H. ...... ....... 5 4, 233, 256, 451, 467 Bolin, K. P. ...... .................,.....,......,.,,.,,. 5 09 11011, Dorothy S. ......... ....,.. 5 os, 451, 474 Bolstad, Dorothy .,... .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 31 Bolstad, June .................. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 31 Bolton, J. C. .................. .......,.. 5 4, 397 Bonwell, Dorothy L. .... . ....,..,...,, 448 Bookshester, D. A. ......... 54, 273 Boone, T. J. ............. ........ 3 09, 395 Boorstein, S. A. ...,... ,,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 60 Boot, Lois J. ................ ,.,,,.......,...,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 32 B00tl1, F. Elizabeth ...... ............................... 2 56, 347, 435 Booth, W. R. ........................................................ .... ....... 3 6 5 Borchardt, Dorothy J. ....... 128, 129, 292, 293, 433, 463 Borchers, R. B. ............ ..... 4 4, 45, 46, 55, 143, 163, 195 265, 291, 550, 382 Bordoffsky, A. ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 441 Borg, A. W. ............. ......................,.... 3 57, 384 Bm-ri. P. R. ............... ........ 5 s, 164, zos, 413 Borroff, J. D. ................ ....................... 1 84, 416 Boruck, Marian J. ..... ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 53, 450 Bosley, J. H. ........ .,... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 3 Botkinn, Florence E. .. ,...,,.,, Botteron, D. G. .............. ...........,,,,,,,,,,, Bottomley, M. B. 450 346 399 461 , 478 394 41 1 Boudrye, Margaret E. .... . Bourgin, D. G. ..,...,,......,., ..,,,,,,,, 3 60, Bourne, C. B. ............ ...,..,..........,,,,., . Bouzeos, T. P. ................................,. ,..,,..,....,,..,,.,.,,,,, . Boward, B. A. .................................................................. 396 Bowditch, R. P. ss, 265, 264, 504, 505, 344, 367, 468 476 Bowen, C. E. ........................... .......... .................., 1 6 3, 367 Bowen, G. W. ...... ..................,,... 5 5 Bowen, K. W. ........... .- ...........,...,,....,. 468 Bowen, Kathryn W. ..... ,.,,...... 4 51, 460, 478 Bowen, R. A. .....,.. .. ,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. 454 Bowen, W. J. ........... ,,,,,, 3 85 Bower, O. K. ................ ..................... 4 61 Bowers, D. E. ,............... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Bowker, Margaret E. ...... ..........,..,,..,,,.,,,,,,,, 4 49 Bowman, D. C. .......... .......... 2 56, 370, 473 Bowman, J. A. ....... ......... ....,...,.,...,,, 1 J 5 Boyce, Willajane ...,... ...,,.,.,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 47 Boyd, Anita N. .............................,...,,.....,.,.. ..435 Boyd, H. L. ....... ........ 5 5, 309, 405, 474, 475 Boyd, W. ...... ................................. 3 33, 414 Boyer, Gail 1. ...... ...,...,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., 2 41, 347 Boyer, J. L. ....... ....... 1 31, 297, 369 Boyer, J. P. .... .........,,.,...,.. . 471 Boyle, J. B. .... .,.,,.,.,,,,,,.,, 3 68 Boyle, S. H. .......... ........ 4 5, ss, 376 Boyle, W. D. ........ ..... ..... . . ............. 3 84 Boynton, E. L. ...... ........ 5 5, 387, 457 Boynton, R. S. ...... . ,,.,...,,,, 169, 402 Bozeman, V. F. ..................... .369 Bracken, D. F. ............ ..................................... 4 1, 362, 450 Bradbury, C. E. ....................................... - ...............,.,,.. 381 Bradbury, Harriet V. 47, 55, 141, 226, 227, 238, 270 276, 421, 432, 463 Braden, J. D. ............. ............................................ 4 10, 427 Brader, H. A. ...... ... .,,.,.......,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ..33l Bradford, Marian L. ..... .......... 5 5, 238, 279, 437 Bradley, K. W. .......... ......................... 5 5, 365 Bradley, Mary E. ..... ,.,,.,....,, 2 53, 433 Bradley, W. F. ......... ,..- ...,,,,,,..,.,.,,,,, 358 Bradney, Mary M. ..............,............ -426 Bradshaw, J. ............... .......... 1 29, 264, 365 Brady, Addie T. .......... ...............,,,...,.... 3 07 Braeutigam, Evelyn ...... .....,......,,,,...,., 2 41 Brahana, H. R. .............. .- ................. 461 Branch. J. E. ................ ... ................ 471, 477 Brandlin, J. J. ............................... .. .......... 263, 266, 411 Brandon, Gertrude A. .................................. ........,., . ... ,.,. 472 Brandt, Bernice ................................................ ............... 4 50 Brandt, Mary F. ............ 130, 252, 263, 295, 431, 463 Brant, A. T. ....... ..............................................,...,...,,, 1 31 Brantley, Irene ...............................................,.,... ,..,,,,.,,, 2 41 Branyan, Nancy M. ...... ........................................,. 3 47, 442 Braun, H. .... 126, 164, 178, 181, 209, 262, 263, 394 Brawner, K. L. ........................................... .. ..............,.... 307 Brazitis, W. J. ................................. ............................... 5 5 Brearley, W. A. ...... . Breckinridge. lna M. .... Bremer. J. T. . .... Brennan, Brennan. R. J. ...... . Brennen, Bresee, J. J. ........ . J. J. W. T. Bresloff, M. ....... . Bretscher. C. E. ...... . Brevitz, C. R. .... Brewer, F. E. Brewer, O. M. ....... . Brewster, D. L. Brewster, M. V. .... . Brierton, J. L. ..... . Brine, W. M. ..... . Briney, Evelyn ..... Brink, R. H. .......... . Brinkerhoff, J. K. ... Brinkman, R. . ....... . 3 85 131 ........370 403 392 384 ........55, 307, 5, 477 .. .............. .....3 59 268, .....-.15o, 295, sas, ..55 467 465 371 .336 361 ........241 409 . ....... 333 336 Page 486 l "Sure ls lnterestingw. . W'e'll bet that is just what you exclaimed after reading this year's lllio. And Why shouldn't you? lt's just chuck full of accounts of just what you and your friends did all during last year. You enjoyed going to the Prom, Military Ball, football games . . . but here is another a11gle to it- ,lust as you enjoyed these things last year, so too will your friends, relatives, and parents enjoy read- ing about them. But here's a tip. Why not make them even more interesting . . . by letting them keep in touch with you daily through the columns of The Daily Illini. You'll e11able them daily to fllld just what 66Zup" will be doing next Fall with the foot- ball squad, what the Student Senate is doing, who are on the dance committees, and etc. You'll iind theyill appreciate it a lot. Give them this chance! lnclude the ILLINI i11 your budget next Fall! 35.00 for the e11tire year mailed anywhere in the United States THE DAILY ILLINI Student N ewspapcr at the University of Illinois" 306, Brinton, Mary V. Brissenden, C. W. Brissenrlen. J. E. .... . Bristow, L. ............ . Britton, A. P. ...... . INDEX OF PERSONS AND Boosts-Continued ' .,..,.,55. .. ...... ..........305, 422 468 461 5522" 343, 347, Britton, Vera D. ....,.. ...- ..................... Britton, W. E. .............,.. ,.,....... 2 48, 265, Brock, Christine, J. ............. .............,.... 2 56, Brock, Marjorie L. .... .... ......... ..................... . . Brock, R. C. ...- ...... ..... . Brock, Thelma L. ..... .... . Broderick, E. L. ............ ............... . Brocg, Dorothy M. Brogan, C. ................... .. ...,,..... Bromley, Irene V. ...... ... .... .... ....... . Brons, W. J. ................. -. Brook, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Broom, Broom, Broom , Thelma L. Anna ......... , ............. 205, .. .......... 44. 56, '1'6'EQ" 128 Q 2 1 9 , 346 451 395 423 241 357 347 388 240 372 291 Fannie M. ....... .. .... ... ...... . L. O. ....... M. ,.... .. ......,.. 444, 306 476 376 470 385 N. C. ...,.-.. .,.. -.. .,...... .. ................................. 305 R. W. .... . ..56, W. W. ...... .. ....... ............-.......... .... -.. Harriet C. R. C. ......,.. . Ruth ........... Brooncr, C. H. ... Brophy, J. F. Brouk, J. J. Brovelli, P. ......... . 404 430 ..454 342 ..273 ...- ....,........................ ...... 3 31 410 Browder, O. L. ....... -------- 56. 305. 340. Browder, W. B. Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, A. .............. . 341. ,.., .......... -.-....... .... ..................- . -305 . 367 367 ..394 A. J. ......... liizizzlzlblzxilz:Iii1:156:4-3821. 479 Catherine E. ...................... . ---- - ------------------ A -------- V 55 0, 252, 263, 295 396, 465 G, C. ........................ 13 D M Di If ffffn D. s. .... . F. L. .... . F. R. ..... . G. B. .. G. C. .... H. A. .... lzeyl M. ...- J. L. L. J. ...,.. . Mary E. Mary L. N. A. P. H. ..... . R. M. R. S. R. W. ...... . T. O. ...... . Thelma P. . 345 - ............... - ................ ......... 1 s, ....--..-........11s, 377, 454, .. ............ 315, 325, 127, 334, 465 329 473 so, 470, .454. 478 475 , ........... 135 . ..... ...-...-.... ...... , ......... .....433 451 .......343 rss, .ss, 356, W. C. W. N. ...- W. W. ..... 468 456 ,397 .. ....... 374 ........409 ........409 , ......, 307 89 Browne, R. B. ........... ..... . Browne, W. H. ......... . Brownson, Marcella ........ Brubaker, A. E. ,.... ............. .. Bruce, T. W. ....... .. ....... . Bruder, H. L. .......... . Brumbaugh, L. H ........ .. Bruner, J. C. ............ . Brunsman, R. H. ....... . Brunton, W. B. . ............. . Brutcher, Dorothy E. Bryan, C. H. ....... - ....... . Bryden, A. J. ,.,.... -.. Bucalett, Martha J. .. Buchan, R. B. ........ . Buchanan, R. E. ...... . Buchanan, W. P. .... . Bucher, R. E. ............ . Buchholz, Christine ...... Buchholz, W. H. .... ...,..... . Buchman, F. M. ....... -..,.... Buck, Dorothy M. .... Buck, Janet E. ........ . Buckhardt, H. L. .... . Bucklen, H. E. ...- Bucklen, Jane .... llucklen, R. L. Budde, F. C. ........ . Buehrig, R. C. ....... 1. Buer, Thea A. ............... . Buningron, Ruth A. "nii'3'6'f'221f"5E7Q" 381, 301, ..470 459 395 ..135 2531 562' 307 377 403 369 451 334 .,,,,...,.129, 269, 329, 90 , """'fffffQfSi'1.l' Biff 357, .........234. 235, 16, 471, 454 450 330 454 273 373 373 384 134 442 477 379 450 472 467 372 431 372 399 362 448 433 Bulaw, A, S. ........,,.... , ........... 56, 203, 207, 469, Bull, Georgialee ....... - .......................... - ....... Bull , S. .......... -.... ....... .. ..... ..... .. ... ............ .-... Bullington, Julia ..... .....- ..... Bullington. W. E. Bullock, D. M. .................1..... Bundy, E. H. ...,..-. 229, 347, 473 433 361 256 413 Bunn, M. R. ...--. ....... ....... .. ....... .. Bunting, B. .... ........... C . .-.. ......... .. Burchell, Trenna M. ...-. ............ Burdette, A. C. ...........-..... ........... .. ..-...... ..56, Burdsall, E. W. ........-..- .--..--- -... -------.--.-.----..-.- ----295. Burge, Cornelia .......-.... ..-- 127. Burgess, J. E. .... -..... ..... ...- 230, 232, 233, 236, . .... -..... .......... . .......... ..36, Burgess, W. ..... -, ................ .. ..-.-... --.... ....-- Burghardt, Lorraine L. - ...... -... .... Burglund, Helen ..- ..... , Burgy. J. H. -.. .... . 168 454 454 397 472 461 382 467 468 367 241 ........451 362 ... ..,... ,... .,.... 1 . ..305 Burhan, C. P. .... ...... . Burhop, V. A. .... .-..- ----------- ----- Burke, J. E. - --------------,----------- -56. Burke, J. V. .... Burke, R. F. .......... . Burkey, L. M. ............. . Burkey, Roberta M. ......... . Burklund, Elizabeth H. .... . Burley, R. D. ........... .. ..... .. .......56, 250, .. .,............,.... 454 390, 469 273 263, 190, 464 410 .......57, 434 . ...... ...-...442 135 Burlsson, W. L. ...... ......... ................ - ................... 3 56, Burman, C. P. ....... .......... .. ....... - ...... .. ....... . Burnell, R. L. ...-. - ....... ....... ..... ..... . .... 467 ....-...- ....... -3 0 5 3 73 ,.315, 331, Burnett, Maxine F. ........... 256, 369, 425 Burnham, Patti ,..,... ......... 1 27, 227, 438 Burns, B. W. ...... ........................... 3 62 Burns, E. M. ...... .......... .... - ............. ....134 Burns, Kathryn V. .............. 438, 476 Burns, Phyllis L. ,....,, ..-. ,... ..... ....... ......... ,. ....... 2 5 6 , 426 Burns, R. F. ................ .... .......,....................... - ................... 411 Burns, W. J. .... ... ...... ..-.... ........ ... ,... ....... 2 72, 355, 362 Burow, E. F. ..... .... -....................399 Burr, R. W. ..... -.. .... ........-..-.368 Burrill, R. W. ...........,..... ....... .......... ......... - .... .. .--350 Burroughs, W. ..... ......... ...... ...... ........ - ...409. 462 Burrows, Katherine F. - ........ ... ........... ....... 5 7, 298 Burson, J. Z. ...... .. ...... -... ......., ........,......... 1 .57, 250, 464 Burson, M. M. ..,,.,,.... .... .. ,..,.... .. ..... .. ...252, 377 Burstein, E. J. ...... ...---.... .... ...306 Burstein, H. ...., ............. 4 54 Burstein, R. I. ..... . Burt, Helen E. .,... . Burt, M. N. ....... Burt, P. ............. ...... .. ........ . Burt, W. C. Burton, J. ......., . Burton, R. P. ..... . Busch, Barbara L. Busch, E. .............. . Busch, H. C. ......... . Busch, H Buseh, M. H. Busch, R Busch, W. L. .................. . Busey, C. B. ....... . Busey, D. G. ....... .. .... .. Busey, Garreta H. ......, .. ..... . Busey, Margaret S. .. .... Bushcott, R. .............. Bushman, J. C. .... .W. ...... .F. ..... ...... . 83 . ......... 425 .........405 ..........272 ..........265 381 ....... - ...... .332 331 ... ....... 315, 327, .... .................. .....470 .................398 .. ......... 4 54 .........371 85 .... ....... 57 .........422 ..,...-.423 .........394 .........306 . ........ 368 432 413 358 387 456 472 396 Bushnell, W. W. ...- ........... Busse, Georgia K. .... .. ......... Busse, P. P. .....,.. .-...-.-. - Buswell, A. M. .... ..... - .............. Buswell, R. J. ...- .-...-...-.----..-.------------ 134. Butler, J. J. ............ .... . ,...- ................... 382, Butler, Janet M. ............... ....... I 30. 295. 429. Bun-idge, J. H, ...... ,. ,...,,,. ................................. . Butzow, Mary L. .... 241 450 451 466 463 438 396 Buzy, Edith F. ...,. ............... 2 33. 237. Buzy, Pearl C. ..... 1. .... ... ............................ 307. Byergo, F. H. .............,....... ........... ............. 5 7 . 365. Byers, Betty A. ........... ........ ......... 1 30, 252, 436, Byers, Marjorie J. .... .. ......... ........................ .. ....-...-. . Byford, W. H. ....... .. ......... ....................-----------.- - Byrns, F. W. ... ......... Cabeen, Jean S. Cable, K. O. ..... . Caddick, R. P. ..... . Cade! Slay .......... Cadle, M. Jane ........ Cadwell, Marion L. 84 .......44, 57, 451 359 305 , 14 347 .............277, .........57, 421, 445 Cady, G. H. ............ .----- - -- -------.---. 379 Cady, Mary V. ........... .. ............ ------.--- 2 34. 235 Cagann, R. A. ................... ....-..-..-. -------------- --.-377 Cahn, A. R. ........ .......... 1 so, 459 Cain, Leona E. ....... .. ...... -... --------- 57 Cain, R. P. .. ........... .. ......... .-----. - --- ------- 346 Caixson Club ........... ...... ......... Caldwell, Margaret K. ...... Caldwell, R. M. ......,. . Call, M. ...a ............. ....- .,..... .... ..... 3 31 454 ..........432, Callahan, E. J. ......... ....., .......... .... ...-. . - - -252. Callahan, H. J: ...-..- ...... -. ..- .................. .--- -. ------ - ----- Callen, A. C. ............... .......... .. ...163. 344. 410. Callen, Martha S'. .................. .. .........-.------------ - ------------ - Calloway, Caroline C. ............. .. ...... ..... .. ...256. Calvin, Doris A. ....... ... ........ -- ------. 131. Calvin, Ernestine Cambell, J. A. .... Camden, K. ............. . Cameron, E. H. 368 342 395 336 473 435 427 426 426 397 454 466 Cameron, R. E. .... ........ 2 65. 394. 454. Cameron. R. K. ..... Camp, W. J. ........... . Campbell, C. S. 135 Campbell, E. D. ...... ......................... - ...... . Campbell, G. F. .... .... ......................... Campbell, R. B. .... ..... ........... .. ............. .. 305, 397, 454, Campbell, R. W. .......... .. ........... - .... ..-....... ....... -......-.., Campbell, T. J. ........ ............ ............ -..,...- .............. Canaday, D. K. .. ..... .. .... ... ............... -... .... Q.. ..... ,.... ....... 301 362 387 475 358 468 331 Cannon, R. A. ............. ....... - ...... .. ...... .....131, 297, 403 Canterbury, M. D. ...-..- ...... .. .......... -..- .... ............ .... ...379 CantorL Dorothy F. ..-. ........ .. .... -... ......... ......252, 424 Cantrill, F. T. ........ -..- ..... .. .... .. ...... .... ..... .................368 Cantwell, F. R. ...... ......... .. .....-...... ......... 164, 168, 175 Canty, J. ....... ... ........ ..... ................ ..... .. ..... ..........408 Caperton, Joan L. ............ ...... ...... ....57, 428, 449, 472, 473 Caplin, Roslyn B. .......... .....-.... ..... .. ....... -..- ...... - .......... .450 Caponash, R. .............. .......... .... ............ ....... .. ............. ..3B1 c.,......, L. J. ......,.....,. .... ....... 1 7 , 330, 382 Caquelin, H. J. ..... .... - .... ......... 3 3 6, 358 Card, Mary E. ........... .......... ....... ................ 2 41 Carclt, F. C. ....... ... ..... .. ...... - .............. .. .............. .. .... .........401 Carey, J. W. ........... ,...- .................. .. .,............................. 269 Carey, M. E. .... 57, 276, 278, 304, 305, 306, 474, 475 Carey, R. M. ....................... - ..-..- - -.........--....-.-----.-..-.-..... 269 Carey, W, J. ,..,...,.....,.,,...,., - ,,.... - ................... 131, 297, ss: Carlson, A. W. ...... ..- ........... 57. 454 Carlson, C. C. ........... .... ...-...... 194, 198 Carlson, Charlotte A. ........ -.-.. ........ .. ....... 57, 240 Carlson, H. ,.......... .........-..-... ....... .......... - 409 Carlson, Leola M. ...... - ............. ..-- ............. ............. 4 31 Carlson, Margaret E. ................... ..................... ...... . -...449 Carlton, G. A. ........ -...-- .... .--.----.-- ---------- 336. 468 Carman, A. P. ...................-.--...-------- .--.. ..344 Carmi, O. P. ,............. ....................... 3 71 Carmichael, R. D. ..... ....... 3 1, 380, 461 Carnahan, D. H. ........ ................... ..399 Carnahan, Sarah E. .............. ..............,. 4 38 Carpenter, K. E. ...... .... ..... .. ..... 164 Carpentier, J. G. ,... ..,.. ,,... ... ......... ............., 3 9 5 Carr, J. 1. .............. ............. ....... ........... .. ..... 3 70 Carr, W. J. ................... ,.... ......... .... .. .309, 388 Carroll, Carroll, G. T. ....... ....... ..., Mildred O. .......1os, 397 ......,.......451 Carroll, R. C. ............. ...... ........ ....... 1 84, 188 Carruthers, T. H. ,... ... ......... ...........,.............., 3 81 Carson, Beula J. ....... -... .. ........ .................................. . 233 Carson, Dorothy J. .......... ........ 5 7, 279, 442, 478 Carson, Elizabeth A. ,.... - ....... .................. . ...240 Carson, H. M. .......................,.... ............................ 4 73 Carson, J. R. ....... .. ......... .....- ........ ....,....,......,........,.... . 385 Carson, Lestine ....... ............. ..........................,. 473 Carson, N. R. ...... ................ ........ , . .327, 334, 346, 392 Carson, R. L. ,. ........ ............ ...... ,. ..... ....... ..... .............. . ...57 Carson, W. H. .,.. .. ......... - ........... 164, 168, 173 Carter, E. P. ...... . Carter, H. E. ...... . Carter, I. R. ...... . Carter, Mary J. .... . Carter, Phylis G. .....,......382, 391 ..,....,278, 308, 477 Carter, R. V. ....... ....... .. ......... 1 34 Carver, K. N. ...... ....... ............... 2 5 6, 371 Cary, M. G. ......, ..................... ..........,...,.., 3 l 5, 334 Casherg, C. H. .................... .. ......... .. ........... 468, 476 Case, H. C. ..,.. .... ......... ......................... 4 67 Casey, C. W. ...... .. ....... ........ 3 26, 334, 336 Cash, Beverlee 1. ........... . ..,...... ...,450 can., J. G. , .....,......... - ..... - ........ .............. 1 79 Casper, K. J. .... ...... ... .................. .. ....... .......... .361 Casper, M. Margaret ...., ..., .........,. ........ 1 29, 445 Casper, T. H. ............ ..... .............. . ..-.........3B1 Cassell, Betty A. ....... ...... - .......... ........... 4 43 Cassidy, E. ,..,...... .. , ............. 389 Cassin, J. A. ....... .. .... ............ 5 8, 388 Castle, M. E. ,.... ........ .... .......... 2 0 5, 374 Casto, Florence M. ......... .......... .......,......... 2 4 1 Casto, Wanda J. ........... ........ .. ........ ......... . 241 Cathcart, Josephine L. ...... . .,.... 58, 478 Cathey, E. J. ................ .... .. ... .... 365 Caudera, Ines ...- .,.... - ........ ........ 1 31, 253 Cauen, R. E. ...... .......... ........ .........372 Caulfield, W. F. .......... ..,.... 1 so, 413 Cavalry ............................... ... ........... 319 Cavalry Oficer's Club ..... ....... .. .........330 Cawood, J. W. ...... .. ..... ... .............. .............. 3 65 Cedarquist, W. B. ....... - .... .....- ........... 256, 359 Cell, J. W. ........... -..-.- ...... ..,.................. 4 61 cm, F. D. .............. - ..... -... .-. ,- ....... 44, 279, 415 Ccrutti, J. ........... .. ................. ................... 3 26, 334, 453 Chadwick, Janet L. .. .............. ..... . ....... .. ....... 256, 450 Chaffee, Eleanor ....... .. ..,............ -. ............ - ....... 342 Chamberlain, Margaret E. ...... .... - . 1 ......... .342 Chamberlin, Doris .... .............. ....................... . .426 Chamberlin, M. H. .......,..... .......... 5 8, 326, 330 Champion, R. L. ....... ............. .....,,... - ........................... 4 77 Chandler, Evelyn .... ....................... .. ...........,..................... 447 Chandler, Jean E. ..-...- ...................... - ................... 307, 472 Chandler, Mary J. ........ 47, 58, 140, 230, 265, 442, 463 Chanler, Josephine H. ............... - .................................., 461 Chapeck, Jane ....... .. ............... ............................ .. ....... 4 42 Chapin, Margaret M. ..... ..-..,273 Chapline, J. R. ............ ................................... 3 85 Chapman, B. J. ....... ..... .......................... .. ........... 4 15 Chapman, C. A. .... ........ - ........ 315, 327, 329, 334 Chapman, F. M. ....,........ ................................. 3 76 Chapman, G. L. ......... ...... .... .... .,........ - ...... .58. 454 Chapman, H. E. ..-...- ..... ....... 3 78, 477 Chapman, S. A. .,.. . .......... ... ................. 336 Chapman, W. O. ... ...,.... ......... - ........... ..397 Chase, D. W. ....... .... .......... ........... 4 5, 511 Chavin, 1. A. ............. - ....... .- ....... 58. 336 Cheaney, Mary L. .... .... .. . ................ 451 Checkley, T. S. ......... ....... .. ..-. - .........., 396 Checvers, W. J. ..,,... - .......... ....... .. ......... 3 70 Cheney, H. L. ....... - ..................... ...267 Cheney, Nadine B. ....... ......,. 2 70, 439, 463 Chenoweth, R. W. ...... ..............,........ 3 42 Chensky, Estelle M. .... .... .. . ............ 58 c1.......1., K. J. ...- ........,. .1 ......... -111 Chesney, H. D. ..... .. .......... .,....... 5 8, 408 Chessman, H. L. ..................... ..37B Chi Bela .................. ....... ........ .. ................... 3 6 3 Chllnucos, C. W. ..,,.... ............ .. ........ 4 4, 45, 58, 291 Chidekel, Rebecca ....... ... .. .......... - .....................,,...... 450 Cbi Epsilon ........ . .................. .. ...... -... ................................ 469 Chilcott, Jane L. ....... .. .............. ........... ......... .. ....... 235, 436 Childs, R. B. ....... .. ..... - ...... ....... .............. .. .... 251, 464 Chinlund, D. ...- ....... ..... .. ..... .. ...... ........ 336, 462, 47B Chinn, M. E. .. ................ .. ...................-........ ...... -...469 Cbi Omega ..-......-...-... ...... .--- ....... -..............c......431 Chl Pbi ....,.......... ........-......- ...... .......... ............. .... .......... ...369 Chiprin, W. W. ...-..- ............. .. ...... - ....... 204, 336, 398 Chl Psi ....... ......- ...... .......... ...... .. ......... .. ....... .....................370 Chism, L. C. .. ..... ................. ..... -...... ..... -...........58 Chowen, R. H. ... ..... ........... ..... .......................- .... .......374 Christensen, R. F. ....... -..,...- ........... 58, 276, 279, 382, 479 Christian, A. .... ,.... .... .....................- ...... -..... ..,. -..,.......1J4 Christian, H. P. ...- .............. ... ....................... .. ....... -134 Christiani, G. R. ....... .......... .-.......269 Christiansen, D. W. .... ....... ............., 3 7 6 Christiansen, H. A. ...... .............. ....... 1 8 4, 188 Christman, A. F. ......... ...... -..-..-.... ......... .58, 382 Christmann, R. J. ....... - ...... -... ........ 333, 336 Christoph, Helen E. .......... - ....... .......... .........., 2 5 6, 444 Churchill, G. W. ..... ...- ...... - .... .. .............. ,....268, 467 Citron, A. F. ...,...- ...... ... .......... ....... ......... .. ....,.... , .... ....,202 Citron, D. ............... - ........ -...-..-..-...12s, 292, 293, 415 Clacbne, A. M. ....... ................ .......... .. .............. - .,,..... .392 Claeys, Alice V. ...-....................... ........... 58, 449, 475 Clanahan, B. ........... ....-........... ......... .....- .,.,,, .. ,..,....... M365 Clapp, J. A. .......-........T.,..,. .... ......--.-.........135 Clark, C. F. ......-.-.......-.................. ..... ......-....,..405 Clark, C. O. ......... -.................58, 296, sas, Ass Clark, Dorothy A. ...........-i.,.,.,,-,,,,.,,.,-,,442 Clark, E. T. ...... ....--.....i....t..,,,....,..,,4X4 Page 48 8 -1 qu S W X X D 'K iki--'-I ccccI:II2:::: giil BRYANT 1 "F ' ,P nmb , Q smmron f.L!::fQ CDLLEGE 'x 1 Ml N UICK SUCCESS Fon INTENSIVE STENOGRAPHIC COURSE for college men and women. Puls a working edge on your academic ll NTS AND ADUATES lranning. I00 Words a Minule in I00 Days Assured for One Fee. Trains you speedily for a preferred posifion of good pay. Day classes only. Enroll now. Classes begin quarlerlyz July 8. I935p Ocl: I4, I935: Jan. l3, I936: April I3. I936. Day and Evening Classes in all regular subiecls including: Business Adminislrcvfion. Execulive Secrelarial, Accounling, elc. Regular Fall Term Sfarls Sep1'.3, l935. Visil, wrile or phone Ran. l575 I8 S, Michigan BRYANT 81 STRATTON COLLEGE chicago, iii. c pr It A F ' dl 11,489 INDEX OF PERSONS AND BOOKS-CO7Zti112t6Ll' Clarla, l'. M. .,..,.,.... .. ..... .. .......................--- 358 Clark, G. L. ..... .. ..... ... ........ 277, 353, 357 Clark, H. L. ......... .....vY.... - . .....---.... 131 Clark, Hester P. ....... ....... ........---- 2 4 0 Clark, J. G. ..... .......... .---------A 5 9 Clark, J. S. .......... .....- ..... ------- - 357 Clark, Janet .. ............. ------432 Clark, R. E. ...-.. ....... ... ------.- 454 Clark, Ruth E. ... -------427 Clark, Vera L. ..... - ...... ........... - -.-------59 Clark, W. O. ...... ..... . ...,.... . ... ..............-..-.------ 403 Clarke, G. L. ...... .. ......... ..- -.-----------.--- ---- 2 73 Clarke, N. F. .... .....-. 5 9. 403. 473 Cluss of 1935 ........ ........... ...-----.----.---- - ----- 4 4 Class of 1936 ..... .... ... ... .... ---------.- -123 Clin: of 1937 ....... .. ....... ..---------- 1 30 Class of 1958 ....... ------------------- 1 31 Claussen, M. P. ........ -...--.-- 3 09. 375 Claussen, W. F. ..,....... .... .. . ---------------- 345 Claussen, Walter C. ............-. ------- - ----309 Clausscn, Willard C. .... .. .......... ...,..... 4 03 Clavin, A. J. ........,......... ......... . ..- ...... - .----- ---.273 guy, H, G, ,.,,,,,,,..,,,, , .,,,,,,.., -..,..- .... , ..,..,..................... ...aio Clay, R, P, ,,,.,,,,,,,,.,. ,, ...... ,... ............. 208, 313, JH, 462 Clayton, Josephine L. ..... .... ..... ......-...---.-..-.- 5 9 5 435 Cleland, J. 15. ..,.... ,... ............................. .----59 Clemens, J. E. ....... -... ---f'-'- -353 Clemens ames i .l J- -'--- v Clemens, John J. ..... . Clement, H. W. ..... Clement, J. W. ., .... . Clevcnger, A. W. ...... Cleveland, C. W. ...- .-...-. Clifford, E. Marcella Clifford, G. . .................. - ..-------N .. ....,...... 409 346 387 .,,,,-...,...59, 387 470 ........436, 463, 478 359 445 163 451 466 478 Clifford, Mary K. ........ ......-.-.---- -4----------- 2 5 5i Clifford, W. E. .............. ---- v---- --------------------- - - Cline, Katherine L. .... --------.--------------- ----- - Cline, N. D. .............- .- --- ---------- 243: 3671 Cline, R. W- .........-.---. - -----.--.---- - -------- f-'- + ----- - Cloud, Geraldine F. ......... .. ----.-- ----------------------- 2 73 Cluver, E. P. ............... ...- .---.- --------- 3 55 Coast Arlillery ...--..... Const Arlilirry Club ....-...32l 34 306 Cobb, Eleanor F. ............... .. -...-- - -------- Coble, A. B. ............... - ..... ..- --.-- - -------- ---------------- - ----451 Cochrane, W. G. ....... -..--.--M ----------------.-----.-- v------- - ---375 Cnddington, R. C. .... ..... .. .... .. ...-. - -.----- ------ - -59. 331. 394 Cody, Mary C. ............ 44, 45, 59, 143, 254, 255, 291 445, 471 Coe, A. A. .. .... ....- ..... .....-... ....... --------.-.---------- 5 9, 463 Coe, Dorothy E. ....... - ...... -.-.---. . --------------- -----59 Coe, Lucy ...- .................. ..Nl----.- .----- ---------v----. - ----443 Coe, W. S. ............... --..-...-- ....----- -------.------------------ 3 59 Coerver, Grace M. ........ -.. ........-- - --------- ------- 4 Ui 453- 475 Caffeen, W. W. ....... ..---..-. ...- .. .-------- ---- - -------- 5 91 258 Coffey, C. C. ......... -..-.----- ------- --4--4-- 336. 416 cami., c. H. .... ......... .. ...... - .-.- ....... ...- - - -----.-.-- 410 Coffman, A. R. .... ................. .------ -. --.------------ ----- - -----305 Cngdal, Ruth E. ..... ...-.-........-.- ---.....---- .------- 1 301 295. 442 Coghill, J. R. ....... ...-.---------M ----- ----- - --------------- 4 59 Cohan, Harriett .......- ................-- ..- .----- ---- - ---450 cohen, A. E. .......3...-.-..- ...... -. ........ 306. 475 Cohen, E. A. ........ -- .... -.......- .....--. ---- ---- 273. 419 Cohen, Harold ..-..............- ..... - ........ -------- 2 73i 406 Cahen, Herbert ..-......- .... ....-----------.-------- - ------- 3 50 Cohen, J. B. ........ ...---... ..... ........-.---.-----------------.- - 273 Cohen, N. H. .......-...-...- ............... 59. 273. 279. 359 Cohen, Pauline R. .-.i........ ..... ..- .........-..-...-.. 450, 450 Cohen, R. R. ... ...... --.. ........... -. ....-.-.------.-----.-. 407 Cohen, S. B. ...-.....-......... ...... -. - ----....--- 273 Cohen, S. D. .,-..-........... ...... - ,,,,,,, 346. 415 Cohen, W. ....... a......-.-.-. ..... .. ........-- -s--- ....-..------- L ----- ---405 Cnhenour. R. E. ............-.... ....... - ............. - .----. ----- - ----.134 Cohn, G. R. .........-...... .............................--.-.-..--.-.--- ---345 Cohn, M. S. .......... .. .... ..-....44, 59, 250, 254. 350. 454 Cohn, N. .................. -.....-...- ..................--.---....----..- 59. 335 Cohrs, C. C. .... ........ ..- ..... .. ..... .........................--...-..----- - 155 Colby, A. S. ....... - ........ ...-....- ...... -.. ------- -355 Colby, Mary E. ....... ... ....... .. ..... .. ........-...----.------------------ 422 Cole, F. P. ...... - .... - .... ..,..-...- ........... .. ...... -.-------363 Cole, H. E. ... ...... .. ....... .... ..- ....-..... -------..----------- - --.--. - 553 Colg, J, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. , ,,.,,,, - ..,,.,........ - ....... iss, 3s7, 465 Cole, Jean D. .... ... .... ... ....... .. .-....-. ---.-----------------.---- 4 24 Colean, Elizabeth A. ... .- ........ ---.--- - ...------- - -472 Coleman, C. C. ...-...--- ...---. ---- ------------- ------135 Coleman, Marie R. ..-...... ..... .. .-....-. ---------- 4 21. 447 Cullen, R. W. ........ -------59. 395 Collins, A. B. ....... ...-.. .... -.-..- ------- ------------------- 3 70 Collins, Audrey R. -... ..-...- .---.--. --------- 2 U, 432 Collins, E. J. ..... -...- ..... ...--- ...... .......... - ...vo Collins, Virginia ....... .. ......... Collins, W. E. ...... ..... Nm-..- Collins, W. L- --...-..D.---- .--- Colton, E. J. ..- ........... .-.... Calyer, G. E. .. .............. - ........ Combes, H. A. ............. ............ Combs, M. L. .. ..... ,.-. Combs, W. ..... ............ Comealy, E. G. .. ...... .. ...........45l ..-.-....2 53 469 27, fffffffi'5i'f 387 340 mm-m-403 181, 30 ..- ....... 391 . .......... 306 Comefnrd, J. J. ...... ....- ...... -... .......-..-..-..- - -..- -0359 Comer, Mary F. ,..- ..... -........ .......,.. ....... 1 27, 30l, 347 Comstock, F. H. .. .... ....- .... .. ............ - ..............- .... 3 65. 452 Comstock, H. L. ..-- .....-....--- ---.---.---.----------- - .--.-- ----.59 Conard, A. B. ......... .............. - ....... 3 li, 327. 330. 359 Conaway, Helen E. .... ......... ........... - ...... .. ..... ..24l, 471 Convert Band .. ........... -..-.. .....................--.--- 305 Condee, R. W. .. ......... -........ 3 45. 559 Condit, R. M. ..- ........... -. -..- ........ .----.367 Cnnfer, H. S. ..... .... -...-.... ........305, 309 Confer, W. K. ..- .... ...... .- ..........-..-. 367 Conlin, R. L. ..... ............ ........ 60. 300. 361 Connell, A. I. ...- ......... ..- -........ ......4l6 Conner, J. P. ..-..-..- .......... - ...... ...-...367 Conner, J. R. .... ................... - ........ ...........-. 6 0 Conner, Marian L. ................ ........ ............ . H273 Connolly, H. A. .. .... -........ ......... ....... 6 0. 412 Connolly, M. J. ..-,.-- .... - ....... ............ 2 53 Conover, Edna F. ...... ..i...- ..... ............ 3 07 Conover, G. .............-...... ..... --. -..-...367 Conran, R. M. -... .,.. .-..-....- ....... ...--.J69 Converse, P. D. ..................... 343, 413 Coogan, H. E. .... ....... 6 0, 377, 454, 466 cook, A. M. ............ ............................... 3 ss Cook, D. F. ............... ..... - ...l84, 186 Cook, Dorothy D. ..... , ...... ........ 6 0, 426 Cook, F. ....... - .......,. ..- .......... .. ............ 355 Cook, J. O. ...,......... .. ......... ....... . - ....... 370 Cnnk, Jeanette J. .... .... - ........ - ..-.. 241 Cook, M. B. ... ....... - ...... -.. .... 473 Cook, Mary ...... ...... - ..... 4 51 Cnnk, R. K. ........ . ...... 344, 45l Cook, R. T. .......... ... ....... -..--- ........ 369 Cock, R. W. ..., .......... - ...... -. .......... 367, 454 Cooke, E. C. ... ....... ...-..... ..... .-.-.. ..... 273 Cooke, R. W. ...... - .......... ......,,.......,........ .. ........ 3 59 Cooke, T. G. ..... . Cookman, A. O. ........ 44, 60, 164, 396 209, Cooley, I. N. ........... ..,....,,.............. 6 0, 384, 399 Coolman, L. D ......... .......... 2 78, 304, 305, 474 Coombe, D. P. .... ....... . ..- ......................... ..60, 409 Coombe, R. C. , ...,.... ......... ................. .. ..... ..... .. ................409 Coonradr, B. W. ...... .. ...... ... ...... ....H .... ................. .. 468 Coonradt, H. L. ....... .......... 6 0, 330, 341 Coonrod, Marjorie ...... .... .. ....., .. ...... 2 40 Coons, H. L. ........... -, .... ........ - ................60 Cooper, C. E. ........... .. ........ .. .... - .............,. ..... 3 09 Cunper, C. K. ............. ....... 3 29, 333, 468 Cooper, Helen M. ..... ................. .. ............ 2 40 Cooper, J. F. ........... ,... ....... - ....... -..169, 381 Cooper, M. E. ....... -. .,....... 346, 364, 454, 465 Cooper, Ruth H. ...... ..- ...............,... 60, 436 Copley, M. ............. - ..... ..................... - ........... 3 58 Cord, F. Madeline ....... -.. ..... .. .......,....... 60, 240, 340, 341 Cordis, M. Elizabeth .... - ..............,............... - ....... 472 Corell, Marion E. ....... , ...... 307, 308, 477 Corgiac, P. P. ....... .. .... .. .... -, ..... ... 60 Carina ....... - ...... .. ...... - ...1-,.-..-..240 Cnrlcw, M. B. .... . ........... ........,.. 3 33, 468 Corley, G. C. ........... -..- ...... -.. ....,. - .... .....--..330 Cornelius, M. C. ....... .. ........ -,,,. ....... ...,-.,-.,,.60 Cornell, E. L. ..- ............... .. ..... .,.. ..... 252, 381, 468 Cornet, Kathleen M. Cornick, Claire I. ..... --.,... ..... ......... .... . .. ..... .. ........ 449 . .......... 451 Corya, Mary J. ...... ........ 6 0, 425 Corzine, C. E. ........... ... ...... ...... .. .,., ,,..60 Cosgrove, Maxine E. .... ., ,.-- ...... - .,.. 426 Costigan, C. ............... - .......... --....,---134 Cotsirilos, E. ............. .......... ...... - ............ 2 7 3 Cotter, J. W. ....... .. ......,. ....,,,......,,.,,...,.., 6 1 Catringham, Alta ....... -.- ..... ............. 6 1, 241, 472 Cotton, P. E. .,.......,....,.... ,..- ..., .............,,........ - .. ,.,.,, 391 Couehmin, G. 1-1. .,......... -..- ...,...... -...61, 354, 324, 396 Coughenour, Harrie: M. ,,..,... .................... , .....,...,......... 4 38 Coulter, J. H. ..............,,.........................,....,. szs, 330, 468 Courtriglit, Mary J. .... 127, 226, 227, 238, 270, 426, 463 Cover, Mary E. ....................................... - .........., 61, 431, 478 Cover, V. D. ,..- .................. - ........,.............,............ 343, 397 Cox, C. T. -..- .... - ......... ...- .... 378, 354 Cox, K. R. ........................... - .......... - ....,,.......,......,.. 61, 454 Cox, Margaret A. ......... .. .... - ........................... 61, 448, 472 Cox, Rosemary E. ........61, 226, 230, 231, 425, 463, 471 Coyner, J. V. .......... - .... -- ....,. -.-.....- ..,....... - ...............,.. 377 Crabtree, J. V. ......... ....... - ........... - .... - .......... - ....,, - .... 336 Crafson. P. ........ .. .....,... .. ..... ,... ............... 342 Craig, H. C. ...a..-.,,- .............. ,,,,,,,,399 Craig, H. W. .... ......... - .. ..,. - .,.. , ,,.,..,,, -,- 204 Crain, B. C. ............... -.......- ............ ...... 2 69, 454 Cramer, L. W. .. .... ............ ..., ,..- .......,. , ,... ........ - ..,.., , .330 Cramer, P. ,...... ,... ....... ,....... .,.. --.1 ......, ,, ..... ,,..., .,.,,,,,,, ,461 Crandell, J. S. ............ -...- ........ ---..,3B7, 469 Crane, Isabelle ...,,. ......,...-...-...-.. ..... - ,..... -.,,228, 445 Crane, Margaret .- ....... -..,... ..,.. - .... ,. ...... ,, ,, ..,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,240 Crane, W. A. ...... .....-...........-.. ......... ....-- ..,,,.. ..-A03 Crathorne, A. R. .......... .. ....,. ,. ...... - .....,..... ..,.... - ,390, 461 Craven, F. I. .,........ -..-.....-....... .,.... .. ........ ., ...,.,.,.. ,61, 164 Crawford, Gloria ...... .-.-..-.. ..... - .... .. ....... .., ..,,. 277, 442 Crawford, J. B. ............ -.....-.-.,....,.,..--....,,,.,.,273, 369 Crawford, Vernita M. ........,.,.--..,,.,,- .,,,,,,,,.,,,,-,.451 Crebs, C. J. ........,.. ...............-1... ..... .... ... ,,,-,,,,,,3S9 Crews, H. W. ...a... .... -.....-.. ..,....... ,..... - ,..- .... -,,,,,,,468 Crihfield, P. A. . ...... -.-..-..,..--...- ...... - ....... 256, 399, 454 Crile, D. R. .......... ....-........,..... ....... -...,.,..... ..,,, -,,,,1J4 Crippin, Mary L. .... ..-.-.- ..... ., ...... -.,,.,-61, 430 Crissey, M. L. ......... . ......... ..., ,... ., ..... -.,,61, 376 Crites, Anita M. ...... ..., .,.. ...,..,.,. 6 1 , 278 Croad, F. G. ...,...... .,..,........,...... ,. -,-,-,.,,-358 Crockett, W. R. ..... ..... ... ..............., 316, 329, 332, 356 Crocombc. R. T. .- .......... - ...,.. - .........,.... -.- ...,,,..,, 402 Crocombe, W. E. ....... -....- .....,.. .......,..,.,............... 1 28, 402 Croiford, Ann L. .......... .. ......... .. ......... .........., ,. -,,,.,,.,,433 Cromwell, Elaine ....... - ........ ... ...... --.,. ..... .. .,....,.,,... 131, 240 Crone, W. D. ..,......-..-- ...... - ...... -...-- ....,.. -..-,-.--,..269 Crook, F. S. ........ ........ 6 1, 138, 254, 255, 270, 387, 457 Crook, R. B. ........ -- ...... --...- ..... - ......... -- ............ 213, 387 Crosby, F. H. ...... ...-.6l, 154, 203, 207, 265, 367, 469 Cruslin, Pearl B. iw-- ............... -.,,......-.-,, ,.,. M454 Cross, H. .- ............. .....--.- ....... - .................., 344, 469 Cross, Marjorie B. -...-.....,......- ....,..., -..,... ..,,, ,,,239, 299 Cross, W. J. .........-...1......-.- ,,.. ,-,......,....,--2356 Cross, Zula C. ............. -.-.-- ........ .-.,,....,.., ,.,,,,, ,,299 Crossman, R. S. .......... ........,.......- .,.. .,....,- ,.,,,,, ,414 Crotty, R. E. .......... -..-....i....- .......... -.- ...... -,.,392 Crowder, J. N. ........ ......l.... ............. -..,-.- .... 253, 387 Crowley, W. W. ....... -....-.....- ....,.... ..,.- .....,... 346, 410 Crum, K. T. ............... -.. ..... -..,-.- ...... -....- .,.. --..-.. 61 Crumlish, D. J. ..... ----..... ..... - ..........., -..-...-,,..,.3B9 Crumlish, P. W. --..,..-........... ...... -......-.., ....,.,,3!9 Culbert, J. R. ...,... ..- ..... ......- ........., .-... ...... ...470 Cull, G. D. ....,. -..-....- .............. -.- ............,.,.......... .336 Cullerton, J. E. ...... - ....... -.- ...... - ............... -... ........ 357 Cullinan, D. A. ..... ...,., .. ..... ............ -, ....., 191, 381, 465 Cullings, R. .... ............... ........ .. ................... ...6l Cullisnn, A. E. ......... ..... .....,........ .. ,..... .. ........... - ...... .345 Culzra, S. B. .......... - ..... -..-.- ................. ........................ 4 05 Cummings, B. A. . ...............,... 45, 164, 1611, 174, 184, 262 263, 270, 294, .185 Cummings, B. F. ........... ,... ....,.,........... - ............. - ........ 454 Cummings, Dorothy M. ...... -.- ...... - ...... -..-.-... ........ 442 Cummings, Lillian J. ..-..-.. ..... - ................. ..61 Cunningham, H. E. .- .... --....... .... ..22, 23, 39, 385 Cunningham, J. S. .... -.-...... ..... ..-...... .... 544. 404 409 445 Cunningham, K. ......... , ............................................ 336, Cunningham, Mary P. -............. .... .s ........, - .... -..- .... ...., Cunningham, W. J. ....-................... .... 256, 269, Cureton, W. R. Curran, D. E. 68 , 336 456 - ........ ..... . ....... 2 30 Cnrrens, Ruth ,... ...... .,,...,....,.. ................. 4 5 3 Curry, C. C. .-- .......... - ,..... .. ....... ... ........ 296, 370 Curry, Elizabeth A. .-.,... .......... ......... 62, 449 Curry, Ruth ..-...... ..... .. ...........,. - .,....... ....... 4 51, 472 Curtis, C. C. ......... - ,. ......... .. ...... .. ........ 376, 384 Curtis, Evelyn L. ......... ............. 6 2 Curtis, Genevieve P. ..-,... ..... --.,-.. ,..- ..... ....240 Curtis, Helen M. ......... ., .....,, ., ...,,,..,,. ,.. .................. 426 Curtis, Margaret A. .....-..,.--..... ....... - ....... 62, 442 Cusic, Mildred L. ,, .,.. -- ......... -.. ...... -.. ..... , ....... 307 Cutler, Jeanne M. - ..... - .... ... ....... - - ...,............... 447 Cutshall, H. XV. ..... .... ...... ..... ,, .,,. ......,. ,. ........,...... 3 59 Cutter, Barbara ...... ,.-....---,.-...-.. ............. 234, 235, 438 Custer, R. L. ..- ..... ... .... -.,.... ..... - ............., - .......,...,..... ..3B5 Cutter, W. W. -.. .,.... - ............ .. ....., .. ......... .,,l95, 385, 474 Czakler, Blanche I. ,... - .......,. ,... ........... 451, 454 Dabler, Elma C. ..,....... .. ....... - .... - .,..............,.. 62, 444 Dadanr, Adelaide R. .-....... .......... ............. 2 52, 435, 463 Dadilnl, R. H. ............ .. ..,..... ........ 6 2, 343, 385, 458 Dadey, Anna C. ... .... ... ......... ....,........ - ............ 2 40 Diul's Day ...-- ...,. ,...... ...... .............................,.............. . 2 7 0 Daehler, L. A. ...- ...........,.................................................., .62 Dagan, Bernice M. -.. ....... - ....,.......,..., .. ........... 253, 424 Dahl, A. W. ..... ....-....- ..... . ....... 62, 164, 168, 173, 202 Dahlberg, A. V. ........- .................,.......................... 62, 396 Dahlke, H. O. .- .... -.---.... .................................. - ...... ...341 Dahm, Josephine M. .....- ,,...,.. ........ ..,.,., 4 2 7 Dahmus, Rosa C. - .... .1 ..... -.... ..,...... ..., ..,.... 2 4 1 Dailey, D. H. --.--.--- ....,,,,... ,,...,,,.,...,.,,,,,, 3 69 Daily, Edgar C. .........-... .....,. ...... ..... ..,......,.....,......, , ,411 Daily, Edmund C. -.... .... ..-..- .............. -...62, 345, 361 Daily, Hester T. -.... ,.... .. .....,.......... - ........,,,.,..,, 400 Drliiy Illini, Tb! .. ..... ...... ...... . . 250, 252, 253, 254 Daily, J. D. .. .... -...----- .................... .- ,.,.,.,,...,... 62, 400 Dale, Dorothy D. -........... .,...... 2 ,....., ,,,.. .............., 62, 473 Daley, A. A. ---...- .....,..............,...................,.. - ..... 391 Dalfcrcs, R. L. ...--. ............... 315, 327, 329, ssl, 409 Dalrymple, F. K. ......62, 164, 203, 207, 336, 408, 469 Dalton, C. C. ...-....,,-.- ..... .. ..,......... - ....,,,.,,,.,,.,.,,,,,.,,.., ,186 Daly, J. J. . ...... -.....-... ......... ,,.... , 336 Daly, J. M. ........ ,,,.,,. 3 57 D'Ambrcsio, J. J. -..--...- ...,.., ,,,, ,, ,357 Damiseh, Dorothy B. -...-- ......,.. .....,.... 4 51 Dance Supervision Committee ...... ,..- ,,,,,,, 271 Dancey, Helen L. ,...-. ,.............. ..,.,,,, 4 25, 472 Dancey, Jessie F. .....- ..... - ......... ,.,,,,, - ,,,, 4 25 Danely, J. W. ...--.-.- .................... - ...... - ............,..,,... 399 Dancnbarger, Audrey A. ,..- ...............,..,, ,, ........,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, 241 Daniel, Julia V. -..-... .......,..... 128, 129, 293, 434, 463 Daniels, A. H. ,........,... ............,...... ,.,..,-.,, ..,,., 341, 387 Daniels, C. L. -.....---........ ,,..., .. ........,.. ,, ,..,..,,,.,,,,.., 267 Daniels, Helen D. -..,-.- ..... ,.... ..... 4 3 4 Daniels. S. N. ..i.-.......- .... ..,... , 333 Danielson, F. L. .-...--.t,...- ...,.,,,. ,, ...,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,, ,269 Danielson, W. F. -i ..... - ....,...........,.. -- ,..............,.,, 381 Danley, Isabel H. .i-...-. .,...,. 62, 226, 227, 270, 433 Danner, Thelma E. -...-..-.- ...., - ,,,,., ,,,,,,, ..,,,,, 226, 448 Dante, O. ni ..-. ...... ....... .............. ,,..... ......,... 4 50 Danzigen, S. H. .,....... -.,, ., ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,415 Darling, B. T. ..l.....-.......- .... -......,-., .....,,. 344, 461 Darscheid, L. E. ...,-..-.--,-,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,, 52, 454 Darvill, R. T. -...,,.-,--,... ...,..,, ,,,,,,,,, ,.,.,.,,,,,,, 470 Daut, Elizabeth A. ---.............,..,... .......,,,,..,. 62 Davrnporf House ..-............,.--.,-..-...-, ....,... -,,,,,,,,,449 Davey, Esther ...-...-....62, 253, 254, 235, 236, 467 David, W. F. ............-.D-.,,,, ..,, ,. ,,.,...,., 213, 402 Davidson, O. D. ..-,.,....,,,..,,,,,.,,,,-,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,454 Davidson, R. H. .....- ......... - ,,,,,.,,,. ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 305 Davidson, T. C. -- ......,,........,.......,,.. 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,, 63, 409 Davies, D. W. -..-.-.. ..... - .....,,,. - ....,., 63, 279, 309 Davies, J. M. ......i..-........ .........,..,,..... 63, 305, 405 Davies, W. S. .. - ..,, Q ,,.,..,. ,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. 4 13 Davis, Betty L. -.i.,,,.--...., ,,,.,,,,, ,,.,,, ,..,,., 444, 450 Davis, C. W. ..........,....-..-,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 456 Davis, Catherine R. ......47, 63 239, 241, 298, 300, 476 Davis. D. J. - .... -...,..- ...... -..,,,,,,,.,.,., .,,,,, 36 Davis, Dorothy --..,,,,.- ..... ,. ..,.,..,,,.,,., ,. ,,,.,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 433 Davis. E. H. -.....- ...........,..... .. ...... .. ....... -..- ....... 382 Davis, E. S. -.-,... .,.. - .... ..,,,.,..,,,,.,, ,.., ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, - ,,,, ,,,134 Davis, Elinor T. -...-..............-....63, 279, 435, 478 Davis, Elva H. --,-,.,,.,,,,,,,,..,- .,,,,,. Q ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,4J3 Davis, Gwendolyn C. - .... - ...... -..,.........,..,,-...,.,,63, 422 D2ViS, H. C- ........-- .... --.......-..i........25B, 305 Davis. J- H- ---n .... --....-.- .-.. -......-..-..-........379 Davis, J. M. ...?.-..-.-,..-,-,,,.,,,.,,,-,,, ,,., ,,,,306 Davis, J. W. .........i- .... .. ..... --- ...... ,,,.,-,,,,63 Davis, K. .-----.-.....i,.-,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, -,,,-,,,,1357 Davis, Kathryn G. ,..,,1,.--...,,,,., ,,,,,,., ,,,,-275 Davis, Lois E. -..---.-. ..... ...-..i29, 234, 235, 426 Davis, Melva J. -........-..,,..,.. ,,,....,.....,,, ,, ,,,,, 63, 439 Davis, N..T. .-..-.....--..-i-.. .,,.,.,,...,,...,, i,,,,,JB7 Davis, Rush A. ---.-,..,,,,.,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,s5, 472 Davis, W. --...................,... ..,,.,,,, ,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 395 Davis, W. A. ..-.........,. .,.. ., ..,, ,, ,,,, -,,451 Davison, C. .. ....... ...,... ..,. ,.-. ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,134 Davitt, P. ..-... ,,,,. ,,.,,.,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,454 Dawson, C. B. -...- ........,. .... - ..- .,,,.,,.... 309, 362 Dawson, D. M. ..-..-..- ........ ....... - .. .......,., 65, 474, 475 Dawson, H. S. -...--....... ...,.. ,.. 2 .,..,.., .,,,,,....., , ,,263, 410 Dawson, Jewel R. .....,.. ............ 6 3, 474 Dawson. M. Marcella .... ..,..,,,,,,,.,,, 6 3, 307 DLIY, G. E. .....---.- ...... ,... ..... ,..,....... ..,,,,.3B7 Day, HClCn M. ... ...................... .....,, I 31, 297, 422 Day, J. F. ,- ...... -...- .... --- ....... ..,,,,.. s 3, 373, 466 Day, Muriel H. ., ..... .. .......,. . ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 253 Day, Shirley W. ............... ,....,,.,,,,.,..., 6 3 Day, W. B. ..........-.,-.,.,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, , 37 Daykin. J. F. -....---..-.... .,...... -....336 Dayton, Clara J. .. ..... -,,,,.,,423 Page 490 I SUCCESSFUL MEN STEEL BOI LERS HEAT EVERY TYPE AND SIZE OF BUILDING AND RESIDENCE ECONOMY AND DURABILITY Low upkeep cosfs help fhe owners of Kewanee BoiIers show a profif year affer year. EFFICIENCY AND ADAPTABILITY Of fhe available heaf in all kinds of fuels a high percenfage is converfed info useful sfeam or hof wafer in a Kewanee Boiler. 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Dekker, G. ....,..,.. . Delany, J. F. ....... . DeLargy, P. L. ........ . 464 135 ..257 454 334 347 ..........403 373 ............40 469 408, 454, De Leonard, M. F. ...... ........ 3 05, Deliere, Wilma A. ......... Delta Alpha Epsilon Della Cbi ............. .......... . ........... .. ...... . Delta Della Della .... .. ...... .. Della lGamma ..... Delta Kappa Epsilon D1-lla Phi ........................... Drlla Sigma Lambda ....... Della Sigma Phi ............ Della Tau Delta ........ Delta Upxilon ..... Dalia Zeta ................. Delves, R. L. . ........... .. De Mayorga, Jean E. .... Demming, L. F. .,....... . Demorest, J. R. .... . De Munn, M. F. ...... . Denham, C. W. Denhart, O. L. .... . Dennis, H. ......... . Dennis, H. A. ......... . 389 363 ..........446 371 ..........372 ..........432 ...... .......... .433 373 374 375 ..........376 377 378 434 389 475 ........278, Dennis, J. L. ,..,...,.....,,. ......,...,.. . Denny, Velma A. .,........ ... ....... . Denoff, R. H. ................., . Densmore, Beatrice A. Denton, Dorothy ..,....... Denton, M. E. . ......... .. Deobler, 13. V. Deoblcr, N. G. .... 308, 416 ..........409 . ......... 478 . ......, 385, 461 36 240 . ........ 63, .- .,......... 422 399 ..........394 . .............. ..394 Depler, L. ..... ........ 3 62, 454 Depp, W. A. .... ..- ...........,. 478 Dcrr, G. L. . ....... ... ................... 253, 413 Derr, P. H. ......... ...... .. ...................... .. ...376 Derrough, R. M. .... ......... 1 29, 266, 381, 457 Detrieh, A. C. ....... - ....,...... 64, 389, 434 DeTurk, W. E. ..... .............. 3 05, 306, 367 Deuss, H. O. ............ ................................,,.... 1 35 Deutch, Esther A. ..... ......... 1 27, 252, 450, 479 Dewey, W. F. .......... .................. 6 4, 454, 458 De Wolf, F. W. ..... ....,. .. .........,..,.......... 3 85 DeWolf, K. ............,.... .........,, 1 26, 179, 366 De Wblf, R. W. .................................... 252, 346, 367, 465 De Wolfe, Gladys M. ......,..,.....,............................ 253, 425 DeWolfe, J. C. ......,. 43, 64, 294, 316, 325, 326, 328, 330, 403 Dey. T. M. ......... ......,...,... .,.,.., ....,.. .....,....,,........... 6 4 Diamond, Helen ..... Dick, D. E. ........ . Dickinson, B. S. Dickinson, F. G. ..... . Dickinson, H. L. Dickman, K. W. Dickson, F. H. Dickson, S. W. Diehl, Barbara .... Diehl. Dorine ......... Dietrich, F. A. .... . Dietterle, E. W. .... . Dietz, R. L. ......... Diggs, J. M. ...... . Dillavou, E. R. ..... Dillavou, Julia P. ..... . Dille, Virginia E. Dillon, Dorothy ,.,... Dillon, J. C. ...... . Dimond, L. E. ,... . Dippold. D. S. Dirks, Emma M. .... . Dismukes, W. P. Disosway, M. D. ........ . Disosway, Polly J. Dix, A. C. .............. . Dix, J. E. ............ . Dixon, D. W. ..., . Dixon, E. A. ...... . Dixon, H. T. ...... Dixon, L. A. ...... . Dixon, P. R. ........ . Dcbberman, M. R. .... Debbi., J. M. ...... . Dobry, L. F. .,.,....... , Dodd, H. W. ................. . Dodds, Winifred G. ..... . ..........441 248, 347, 464 372 .......3os, 475 . .,.........., 131 233, 436 451 34 ...........214, 346 343, 395, 4:1 ......,.347, 451 .......397, 474 393 . .............,,........ 448 35 9 126, 185, ...- ......,..,.......,. 440 ........391 253 ..........269 336 186, ..........64, 399, 186, 465 258 14 477 35 8 ' 278, 305, 309 Dodge, A. F. .............. ,..,.... ..... 2 ...,,,,,,,, 3 7 B Dodge, J. L. ............. .....,, 6 4, 468 Doepke, F. C. .,.... ..., 3 34, 395 Doherty. S. S. ..........,. ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 3 36 Dohm. Mary E. ............ ..........................,..... ...., 4 5 0 Dolan. Catharine E. ..... .................. .,.,.., .... 2 5 6 , .147 Dolan. T. J. ............ .. .............., 344. 361, 469, 479 Duland, J. J. ....... .... 3 27, 344, 411. 469, 479 Dolch, Catherine ,...,.. ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 0 6, 426 Dnlch, Eleanor .. ..... ..,..,,.,,,,,.,,,, 3 17, 426, 470 Dolch, J. ............... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., 3 06 Dole, R. M. .........., ,,,,,,,,,, 2 59, 379 Dole. Virginia L. Dolphins ...,..., ........... ,. ..,. ...... .. ,..- .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 69 Donahue, J. F. ......, ,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 395 Donaldson. H. Jean ........ 252, 433 Dondanville. R. D. ...... , ,.... H370 Doncghue, D. M. ....,.. -.. ,. ,,,,,,.356 Donegliue, M. E. ......,..,.... ,,,,,,,, 3 61 Donica, Josephine D. ...... ...,...... 6 4 Donnell, Mary A. ....... ...... ..... 4 4 9 Donnelly, Jeanette ....... ........440 Donovan, C. V. .,............ ,,,,,.,..,, 3 81 Donovan, Marguerite ....... 64, 448 Doolittle, R. W. ,...... .. ...., .,,,,..,.,.,.,, 4 70 Dorman, Virginia R. ....... ,.,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,241 Dorman, W. M. ............... .......... 4 4, 402 Dornaus, W. L. ................,. ....,.,,., 6 4, 278 Dorner, H. B. .... .,..... .,. .....,. ,,.,,,,,,,.,,,. 4 7 0 Dorner, L. ................ .. .......... ......,.... 4 78 Dorner, Mary A. ....,.. ,..,,.,432 Dorris, V. M. .......... ........ 1 34, 341 Doss, D. H. ........ ............... 3 67 Dossey, H. .,....,......... ..........,....... 3 61 Douglas, A. H. ...... ........ 4 12, 462 Douglas, G. E. ...... .,.....,...,,,, 4 12 Douglas, J. A. ...... ......... 3 09, 367 Douhan, J. G. ........... ........ .. .. . ..,........... .372 Dover, Marvine P. ..... .. ......... ........, 3 43, 454 Dowell, Anna L. ....... ..........,....... 4 32 Downes, Jane L. ...... ..,,.... 4 50, 470 Doyle, F. J. ............ ...,...,....... 4 60 Doyle, W. J. ...... ......... ..... .................... .. ....... 2 7 3 Dralfin, J. O. .... .- ............................................... 341 Dragoo, Jean E. ...... 64, 139, 250, 426, 463, 479 Drake, Margaret ....... ..... .. ..........,................,...,,. - ,..,.,, 2 41 Drake, Marion E. ..... ......,....... ...,.,...........,........ .,. . .64 Drallmeier, R. W. ................ ..J76 Dramatic: ................. ,.... ..... ....... 2 74, 275 Draper, Frances H. .................. . ..,...,.,. ,...307 Draper, W. H. ...... ..-- ........ ........ 2 78, 385 Drennen, J. L. ...... .....,..... 1 B6 Dressler, B. B. .... ............................ .....,..... 3 5 7 Drew, R. B. ........ ..........................,................,.,.....,.., - ...408 Driss, L. ......... ........... .. .......................... .,.... .. .... 64, 360 Drobisch, E. C. .... .. .. ..................... 409 Drover, R. E. ..,. .........,....,.,,,. ,. ...477 Dueker, F. E. ..... ............ 3 34, 366, 454 Dueser, C. J. ................... ... ...,...............,...............,......,.., 377 Duffield, T. A. .................................... 126, 251, 394, 464 Duffle, A. S. .................................................... 64, 300, 467 Dulfner, J. T. .... 126, 128, 164, 194, 197, 292, 293, Jas Duffy, F. J. .... .......... .. .............................. - .............. - ..-...273 Dufour, D. H. .................. ................................. .. ..- ....... 409 Dufresne, J. A. ................................ 46, 164, 184, 189, 399 DuHamel, H. S. ..... ............. .................................... ...64 Duke, Mary L. ......... .... ........... ,................ 4 5 1 Dukes, W. W. ....... - ...... ......... 2 58, 414, 469 DuLany, Dorothy B. ................ 253, 432 Dulsky, May ............... ...................... 4 50 Dunbar, Louise B. ..... ........ 3 41, 347 Duncan, C. A. ......... ................. 6 5 Duncan, Eleanor J. ............. ..342 Duncan, N. R. ........, .........,.......... 6 5 Dungan, G. H. .........,... .,...... 3 82, 467 Dunham, Honna M. ........ 448, 476 Dunlap. Ethel M. ..... ........ 4 29, 473 Dunlop, R. G. ...... ............... 3 87 Dunn, W. R. ................. ....... 3 00, 329 Dunne, Dorothy M. ................ ..445 Dunning, C. H. ....... - ..... .. ......... 131, 297 Dunning, C. J. ...... ....... ............ - ............... 3 9 5 Dunning, R. J. ..,... .......................,................,. 3 97 Dunphy, E. J. ..... .,........ 6 3, 268, 300, 345, 467 Dunscth, J. R. ...... ........................................... 3 79 Durand, H. W. ............. .... ............................ - . 305 Durbin, P. W. ,.-.. ........ ....... - ...... .. ..,.......................... 4 67 Durfec, T. B. , ....... - ....,. ,. .... 65, 208, 385, 462 Durflinger, L. L. ............................ ............. 3 06, 474, 475 Durham, P. ,.,. - ................. - .......,................ 65, 394 Durin, R. J. .......... ..- ..... .. ................................... 396 Du Val, Alice S. ..... -...- ...... 228, 256, 426, 463 Du Val, R. B. ........ ............................ 6 5, 364 Du Vall, K. L. ...... .- .......... .. , ................ ...... - ...384 Duwe, M. S. ........... ,.... ......... ........ 3 36 Dycus, Karleen M. ,- ,........ ...-...240 Dye, R. E. ................ ..................,..,, - ....... 3 99 Dyer, P. ,,.,.... ....,. .........,........... - .,..... 3 8 9 Dykstra, E. .......... .......... 1 64, 168, 174, 416 Dyson, A. A. ..., .......................,............ 3 46 Eads, Marjorie L. ..... ............................,.....,,,, 6 5 Eagleston. F. L. ....... .... ....................................... 135 Easterbrook, G. W. ......... 262, 263, 399, 465 Eastin, M. R. .........,. ........ 4 3, 65, 294, 377 Eastmany Sara C. ...... ...... - .... ...- .,........ -...65, 425 Eastman, T. W. ........... -.. ....... ..- ....... 373 Easton, Mildred W. .- ....... 65 Eaton, C. L. .,............. .... ........ 3 7 3 Eaton, O. .......... ........,, - ..,..,, 4 54 Eaton, J. W. .... .... .. ...............,... 4 02 Ebbm, E. E. ...... -..-...346, 371 Eber, Eloise C. ....... ....... . . ................ - ........ 448, 450 Eberle, W. A. ........... ...-... ...... -........... ................. ...40O Eberspaeher, E. C. ..... - ..,................................ 380, 384 Ebert, Margaret R. .... ,. ........... 65, 442, 479 Eck, Myrtle A. .... .............,.,,...,. 4 72 Eckerstrom, M, C. ............,... ..454 Eckerstrom. W. A. ................................................... 65, 454 Eckert, Evelyn E. .................... .....,......,.......... 3 47, 449, 472 liek..-1, V. M. ........., 44, 65, 164, 184, 190, 291, 333, 379 Eekliardt, R. C. .................... f ............... 259, 305, 345, 346 Eckhardt, W. J. ........................,.......... ........., ................., 3 8 8 Eckhardr, W. L. ...... ......... 3 05, 306, 340, 343 Eddington, H. W. .................................. ..467 Eddy, W. L. ..... ........... 3 05, 460, 478 Edel, F. W. ............ ......................... 1 34 Edmonds, R. ...... ............ 3 46, 362 Edmunds, J. L. ....... . Edwards, E. Mac ...... Edwards, J. R. Edwards, M. L. ,...- ........ ...,..., 4 6 8 .........341 .........459 ............376 Edwards, Mae .......,.., ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 451 Edwards, Marjorie .,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 53, 442 Edwards, R. E. ..,.,... ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 65, 273, 331 Edwards, R. W. .......,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,J ,,,,,,, 4 16 Edwards, Ruth E. ,...., ,. ...... - .......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65 Edwards. W. L. ......... ..- ........ 66, 163, 268, 343, 379 138523, R- J- ....-.... ........... .. ..... ..........,.,.......,. 66, 345, 359 Elllcr. W. ........... ........ .. ....... - ............,,.....,....... .. ........,,, 3 36 Ehni, G. .............,,,.,,.,.. -.- ...,..,, , Ehni, G. ,....,,,,.....,.....,.,.., , Elirenhart, Dorothy M Ehret, R. S. .....,...., ,. ,.,.,... Ehrich, H. L. ........... . Ehr11ch, D. .......... . .........365 365 57, Ehrlich, N. J. ....... -.- .....,.. ,. ......... ,. ........,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 346, Eichelman, W. H. ................................................ 336, Eichelsdoerfer, Marjorie R. . ....... 127, 232, 233, 237, Eiclienberger, R. W. .,.........,....................., , .,,,, 66, 329, Eichhorn, Velma M. Eiehstaedt, V. R. ......... Eidman, A. ............... . Eilertsen, N. S. Eiselc, Betty M. Eiseman, F. R. .... . Eisenstein, N. . ....... . Eisner. E. Regina ........... ...... Ekblaw, G. E. ....... ... Ekblaw, K. J. ...... . .....,..-...2s 2, .........66, 359, .........372, ...-...3os , 413 424 386 360 416 467 331 476 381 466 366 240 384 360 436 ..... ..... .... . .3 5 6 Ekiss, K. C. ...,........,,..... .. ......,,.. , ,,,,,,,,.., 454 Ekstrom, C. G. .. ........ .....,,,.,.....,.. 6 6, 309 Ekstrom, C. W. .... .. ....... 66, 380, 468 Ekstrom, W. F. ...... .. ........... 340, 341 Elder, S. N. ....... .. .......,,..,.........,, 165 Elder, V. E. .... ........ 6 6, 454 Eldred. D. 0. .............. ........,...,.......,............... 6 6, 410 Eldred, O. W. . .......................................................... - ..,.... 305 Eldridge, H. Blondelle ............ 66, 278, 306, 307, 308, 451 Eldridge, S. ....... .. ...............................,. .,.,. .,,.,....,.,.... ,. ....... 4 4 9 Elerlra ............................................................................. - .... 240 Elfstrand, Frances E. ....... .....45, 66, 226, 227, 238, 279, 294, 428 Elkes, Regina E. ...... . .... ...- ................ 47, 66, 443 Ellington, C. V. ..... . Elliot, Ruby M. Elliott, A. T. Elliott, C. M. .... . Elliott, E. O. Elliott, F. .............. . Elliott, Gretta L. Elliott, M. A. .... . Elliott, M. D. Ellis, C. L. Ellis, Grace ....... Ellison, W. .......... . Ellsberry, W. G. .... . Elvis, J. B. .......... . Emch, A. .......... . Engel, Jane B. Engcr, M. L. ..... . Enger, W. M. liogilxrer Carp: ....... Englis, D. T. Engstrom, R. B. Ennis, G. H. ...... . Ennis, W. J. ...... . Ensign, N. E. ....... . Epstein, Jacob ....... Epstein, Julius ....... Epstein, L. A. .... . Erbeck, G. A. .- .... . Erenberg, E. U. .... . Erhardt, R. K. Erickson, P. J. .... . Erikson, R. N. Erskine, R. M. .,.. . Jos .- ....... 136, 378, 462 .....,...66, 307, sos, 451 2, 336 35 56 2 .........39o, 465 461 427, 463 ..........24, 344, 414, 469 .........66, 258, 381, 469 .........358, 408, 474 368 ..........67, 313, 396, 466 , .........,............ 344, 391 ,,.................406 ........67, 341, 415 67, 364, 456 464 330 67, 264, 333, 361, 470 ...,..,.. 385 87 Erwin, Sue M. .............. - ......... . ......... 347, 451, Erzinger, Eleanor V. .... Espevilr, Ann O. ..... . Esplin, J. J. .......-.. EsPY. W. N. ........ . Estergard, R. C. Eta Kappa Nu .......... Etheredge, M. Lee ...... Ettelson, Vivian M. Ettington, P. ........... . Evans, H. D. .......... . Evans, J. A. Evans. K. E. .,... . 279, , .,......,..... 67, 473 431 347 .....,.......... 408 .........344, 476 402 .......,....470 442 .........l95, 346, 408, 468 ...- .......................... .67 Evans, L. ....,,,.......,...................................................,..... 392 Evans, Maxine ........................................................... - ....... 442 Evan., R. C. ...........,.... 46, 67, 139, zs4, 263, 326, 330, 409, 457 Evans, W. L. .... .......................................................... 4 54 Evans, W. P. ..... ......... 4 10, 466 Everett, W. G. Ewald, J. D. ...... . 36 .. ......... 454 F Company, Isl Regiment ................................................ 327 Faary, D. O. ....................................................,................... 390 Faber, R. L. ........... -...44, 45, 67, 291, 355, 394, 456, 466 Fackler, P. H. ........... - .......... .. ........................................... 336 Fadum, E. R. ...,................................... 67, 340, 344, 378 Fidum, H. R ........,..... ....,... 1 31, 262, 263, 297, 378 Fahnestock, M. K. ...... ....... ....... ....,.... 3 4 4 , 476 Fahnestock, W. R. .... ....,....,..,,, 3 32 Fahr, Ruby .. ................ .............., . .425 Fair, Jean E. ................... .... .,......., 229, 442 Fairbairn, Jeanne A. ..... ...................... 4 42 Falmi, F. J. ................. ,...... ......... 2 6 6, 377 Fallon, Jeanne M. .......... ...,.... 2 77, 437, 465 Fancher, Marjorie 1... .....,.,.......... 67, 449 Fw 494 Q w ff ..f '-My , , ' . 1, 'Q g A 'J W5 qoz:pf205aJZ Awe - IZ dw!! REQVRYS THE DREWRYS LTD.. U. S. A. 180 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. Ill. Finch, M. B. .......... Fanckboner, A. F. Fannin, W. R. ...,. . Fara, F. J. ......,..,.. . Faragher, R. V. Faris, Betty J. ........ . Faris, Pauly R. .,........ . Farley, Elizabeth J. Farley, Mary R. ..... . Farley, W. A. ........ . Farm Home .... .....,. . Farrar, Caroline Farrell, R. V. ...... . Farrin, M. H. Farris, C. G. ..... . Farris, W. L. .... Fash, J. C. ............ . Fast, Miriam L. .... . Fast, R. D. ....... . Faucett, M. A. ....., . .........128, 129, 293, 186, ................273, ........67, INDEX OF PERSONS AND Booxs-Continued A 409 454 . ................. . .... ..... 1 34 .........140, 359, 384 414, 1 1 1, 333, 468 432 .........327, 333 .379 ............472 .134 .384 ........377 432, 479 Faulkner, H. G. ...... .. .....,. 67, 330, 409, 468, 476 Faust, L. K. ........ .......,.,......,......,.,.....,,.,.,.. 4 54 Fay, J. G. ..................,. .......................... 4 54, 455 Fay, R. B. . ...... ...................... ,.,......... 3 7 7 Federgreen, Miriam C. ..... ............... 4 41 Fehlau, U. E. .................. ...,....,.......... 3 66 llehr, Ruth L. .......,........ .... .....,, ,.,,..,,.,... 4 1 7 , 463 Feigcr. F. S. .............. . ....., .. ....,............. - ................... 400 Feinberg, Grace A. .......... ..........................-...443 Feinberg, M. ,.... .... Feldman, W. J. . .... .. Fell, M. Maurene Fellinger, L. L. ..... Fellows, J. R. ....... Fennie, J. L. ..,......... . Fenoglio, Louise B. Ferdinand, H. R. Ferdinand, 1. J. Ferguson, D. B. Ferguson, N. L. Ferguson, R. D. Ferguson, R. E. Ferguson, Ruth A. Fernholz, F. E. ..... . Ferrand, Bernice Ferrara, Camille .......67, 2411, 421, ........130, 346, 394, ....454 346, .........425, 398 451 ......... 344 ........346 ........473 ........394 60 ...346 .. ...................400 426, 460, .390 463 465 Ferrara, Josephine . .... Ferrell, Evelyn ....... Ferrell, W. H. ... Ferris, R. D. Fessenden, S. A. ........6s, ........68 , 435 387 Fetters, Ferne M. ..,......................... 68, 272, 273, 340, Fichte, H. O. .................... 252, 262, 263, 336, 346, Fick, R. J. ...- ........................................................... 255, Ficnerski, P. F. ............ 45, 68, 314, 316, 317, 318, 325, 326, 328, 335, 336, Fields Dorothy D. .. ,... .... 2 79 341 366 366 322, 468 Fierlte, S. S. ....................... Fifield, Jeanne R. Filbey, Constance H. Filbey, E. J. ......,.......,.... ...,.... 2 64, 343, Filippi, C. R. ..... .... . 1 so, ..........241 432 458 Filippi, 11. G. ........,........................................................... 408 Filson Katherine U. ........ 47, 68, 231, 263, 432, 479 Fincham, Emma L. 463, 68, 476 Fine, Bernice A. ..... . ............ 443 Finger, G. C. .............. ........ 3 58 Finney, R. G. ......,,........,. ........ 3 61 Finsberg, Rosalya H .......... ......... 3 07 Flock, D. E. .... ........... - .. .... ........................ .408 Firebaugh, C. D. ......................,......,,.....,...,.......,..,,......... 454 Fischer, A. W. .................,.........,,,..,....... 68, 404, 461, 476 Fischer, E. A. ..,..,.. 46, 68, 140, 163, 185, 355, 376, 468 Fischer, J. A. ..-...- .,..,. .. ..,........... ,. .,.......................,, 168, 173 Fischer, M. J. ............... - ,...... ...........,,.... ..... , . 334, 398 Fischer, R. Elizabeth ......... ........ 6 8, 438 Fischer, W. R. .......... .... . ...... - ....... 1 34 Fish, Grace E. ...... .. ...... .... ...... .. ................... 233, 236 Fishback, H. R. ...... .. ......... .... .. ..................... .. .......204 Fishback, Virginia B. .............................. 421, 442 Fisher, A. E. ............... .. ..... -...206, 334, 407, 459 Fisher, C. E. .. ..... .. .... -. .. ...i.................... 388, 465 Fisher, E. G. .... ...... ................................. 3 7 4 Fisher, F. E. ......... ..... .. ....... - .......................... ............ 4 1 6 Fisher, H. F. ................ ......- .... .... .. ............ .. ........... ........ . 3 66 Fisher, L, T. ............ .. ...................................................... 454 Fisher, Mildred A. ........ 127, 227. 228, 262. 263, 277, 279, 308, 421, 436, 443, 478 Fisher, Ruth E. .- ................... .. ............................ ..454 Fisher, S. N. ...... .... .. ............................................ 3 40 Fishkin, M. J. ..... ...................... 1 60 Fisk, F. W. ........ .................... .. ....... 3 62 Fiske, C. V. ............ .............. 2 13, 346, 409 Fitch, Martha ...- .... Fitzgerald, J. F. ..... . ............................. -...273 479 .........68, 258, 468, Fitzgerald, Jean L. .... ............... 6 8, 421, 422 Fitzgibbons, J. T. ............ ..... . ..................... 3 90 Fitziarrald, L. ..... ........ .. .........................................,........... 4 05 Fitzsimmons, Cleo ...... ................................................... 4 40 Fielde, 0. S. .... ........... - ............................... 363, 477 Flachmann, C. R. .... , 68, 142, 163, 164, 203, 207, 381, 469 Flagg, J. Alice ........... ................. - .................., 6 8, 423 Flanagan, Lawson H. ................ 44, 45, 68, 143, 263, 294, 296, 355, 373 Flanegin, Dorothy M. ..... ..,.......,...,................ .. .... ......, 435 Flaningam, M. L. .... ......................, 3 78 Flankenhorn, C. R. -........ 331 Fleeman, Esther ....... - .... .,,..,.... . .235 Fleischbein, Annette L. ..... ....... 6 8, 428 Fleischli, F. K. .......... .............. ......... 1 3 4 Fleming, E. J. ....... .. .......... ................,.......,..... 3 85 J. H. .... . Fleming, Fleming, M. J. .....,. . Fleming, Mary E. .... Fleming, T. F. Fleming, V. R. .... . Flesch, L. P. .... . Flint, A. H. ........ . Flora, H. M. ....... -... Flora, Louise R. .......253, 439, 460, 463 468 5 8 465 .........402, - ..... -.. ....,.... 100, 478 ...435 Florancc, Amy L. Fluren, Virginia R. ...........444, 463 468 ..........253 442 460 463 422 454 Flureth, J. W. ........... ....,.... 6 9, 393, Floricullural Club .... ........................ 4 70 Florin, N. A. ......... ...... . Flosi, G. R. ....,.. ........................ 2 73 Fluyeras, N. E. ........,., ..................,......... 4 08 Flynn, Helen ................. ..,,,,,,,. 3 07, 421, 446 Foellinger, Loretta E. ...-. .,..,..,........ .421, Foersterling, F. J. ..,.......,.., .,............... 4 13, Foersterling, Virginia G. .... ........ 2 79, 437, Fohr, Eleanore F. ...-..- ..... ................ . 256, Foley, C. J. ,...,.,...,.....,.... ,,,,,,,,., 6 9, 273, Foley, Dorothy J. ..... ........................ 4 36 Foley, E. ....................... ........ . - ....... 135 Foley, R. H. ....... ....... ....... - ....... 6 9 Folger, W. H. .... . Folger. W. M. ......, Folis, Folk, Phyllis K. Folk, R. A. ......... . Catherine ..... Fombelle, H. J. .... . Foote, B. R. ....... . Ford, Helen L. ...... . Fordham, O. A. ..... Forsberg, V. A. .... . Forster, E. C. ...... Forster, Jean C. ..... Forsyth, Helen ......... Forsythe, W. R. Fortenberry, C. N. Forth, Eleanor V. Foster, C. J. ............ . Foster, F. B. ....... . Foster, H. D. 367 .. .......... ........ 2 53, 35 5 361 ..........69, 261, , 373 384 ..........69, 126, 110, 371, 307 474 ........24l , , 472 .........69, 250, 251, 381, 464 468 Foster, L. ................ ....... 1 .409, 470 Foster, R. L. ............. ........ .... 6 9 , 412 Foster, Virginia E. .............. 347, 430 Fouts, G. R. ........... ............ - ..- ......... 390 Fowler, Beth I.. ..... ..................................... 2 56, 277, 426 Fowler, H. F. ................ ........................................... 4 05, 465 Fraker, F. L. ................ 44, 46, 264, 270, 291, 399, 465 Frampton, A. Luwana ....................................... .......... 4 25 France, Bethel R. ................ .... .. ....... 4 42 France, Katherine L. .... ..,.............. 4 42 Francis, Grace M. ...... .. .....,..,.......... 450, 473 Francisco, E. E. ..... .. .................. .. ........... . ....... 397 Frank, 1-1. L. ......... ................. 2 54, 255, 386, 471 Frank, Marion C. ..,. .......... 1 28, 129, 292, 293, 436 Frankel, M. J. ......... .... - ..................... . Franklin, M. A. .... . Franklin, R. C. ..... Franks, M. E. ,... .... . Franzen, A. W. .... . Frary, C. D. ....... . Fraser, H. R. ...- 5 386 ..........346 364 ..........471 .........397 ...........336 382 Fraser, J. R. ............... .. ........................................... ....69, Fraser, L. S. ....,........... 69, 314, 316, 325, 326, 328, 336, Frasier, F. E. .... Fraternities ............ Frautnick. A. D. ... Frazier, D. C. ...... . Frazier, G. O. ............ . Frazier, Louise G. Frazier, M. P. . ..... . Frede, R. H. . .... 331. 467 1 6 . ,..... ....3 53 476 Frederick, C. R. ..... ....... 4 1, 262, Fredrickson, F. B. Fredrickson, R. M. Freed, Emma P. ........ . Freeman, A. A. ........... . Freeman, Nellie V. Freeman, Ruth C. 468, 256, 269, 116 261, 266, 327, 384, ' 390, 456, 464 . . . ............ 204, 370 400 .... .......... 69 386 ............23 440 Freer, LOUISE ............. ........ 2 32, 235, 467 Frese, C. A. ............................... ... ........................... 367 Frese, W. F. ..-..-- ...... .................. ....... 381, 456, 458 Freshman Frolic ........... Freund, Estelle B. ..... . Freundt, E. O. ...... . .... ..... 7 0, 424 Frey, H. W. ........ ............ 7 0 Frick, J. W. ........ .... .......... 4 0 0 Fried, J. L. ................. - ........ ........... - ....... 3 86 Friedlander, D. S. ............ ........................ 2 69 Friedman, A. N. ............... ,.... ....... 70, 398, 454 Friedman, B. J. ..... .... ............. ....... .................... 3 9 8 Friedman, B. S. ..... ........................... - ............... ..415 Friedman, Joyce L. ..... ...... .......... - .................... .....441 Friedman, Sara B. ............ - ...... ..... ...................... - ..... ..450 Friedrich, Dorothea W. ..... ......... 7 0, 233, 237, 451 Friend, M. Elizabeth ...... ........................ 3 47, 442 mend, W. J. ............,.,... ........ 7 0, 397, 414, 458 Frink, F. F. ................ .......,............. 1 94, 397 Frison, T. H. ..... ....................................................... 3 64 Fritzinger, G. F. .................................... 70, 355, 363, 471 Froschauer, F. E. ,...... .46, 70, 141, 164, 168, 171, 178, 194, 394 Frost, Helen E. ..... ................................ ..................... 4 6 8 Frost, Lillian X. .. ....... ............70 Frye, Leo E. ....... .......... ......,... 3 9 7 Fryer, Mildred ..... .................. Fryling, C. F. .... . Frystak, T. K. Fuehrer, G. R. ..... . Fuller, M. G. ..... . .....-...241 5 8 364 .........70, .. ....... -...410 ..........376 Fullerton, A. D. Fullerton, Belle M. Fullerton, M. .......... . Fullington. J. M. Fulmer, C. R. Fulton, D. H. ...... . ..........454 Fulton, Elizabeth ,..-. Funk, Harriet F. Fuqua, C. N. ..... . Furby,.R. L. ..... . Fuson, R. C. .... .....-.......442 ...........l86, 365 .......264, 266, 269, 298 456 ....7 0 5 ..........342 ..... ...134 58 , 381 G Gaa, Elizabeth J. Gabel, Gable, Gaede, Gaefke. A. K. ........ . J. B. .,........ . Helen W. .... . L. H. ...... . Gairing, C. R. ....... .. 436 5 8 447 - ....... 128, 129, 47 1 371, Galaty, 14. W. ...... ..... - .41, 70, 294, 296, 391 Galbreath, C. S. ......... ......... 1 26, 164, 168, 170, 368 Gale, Mary A. ............. .... ,........... ........................... 4 4 2 Galinsky, Bernice M ............. .. .......... -...130, 424 Gallagher, 1'. ............. ................ - ....... 4 68 Gilland, M. R. .... ........ 1 64, 330, 382 Gallati, C. M. ........... ..........,............... 1 35 Galloway, G. W. ..... ................. .. ...376 Galvin, R. W. ..... ........ 3 95 Galvin, T. J. ........... ........ 3 95 Gamma Alpha Chi ...... ........ 4 71 Gamma Gannon, Phi Beta ....... F. .............. Gano, C. W. ........... . Ganster, W. A. ,.... Garbe, Gardiner, Gardner Gardner, M. T. ..... . Betty ...... , B. C. R. W. .... . Gargoyle ........435 477 .........70, 259, 300, 361, 467 346 .........309, .....39 8 384 463 327 363 Garmisa, L. R. ......... ...................................... . Garner, J. W. .......................................................... 340, Garrett, Dorothy M. ............ 230, 231, 238, 421, 422, Garrett, O. F. ........... .................................................... . Gartner, J. M. ........ ...,..... 1 28, 262, 263, 292, 293, Garver, K. E. .......... .................. a ............. Garver, Willia K. Garvey, D. O. ..... . Garvin, Mary A. Garwood, Gaston, H. J. Gately, T. C. ..... Gates, Jean E. Gates, Muriel A. .... . Gates, R. W. ..... . Gates, W. H. ...... Gauen, G. R. Gault, H. H. ......... Gault, Margaret J. Gay, O. D. ......... ... ......... . Gaziano, R. A. ....... . Geanetso, G. S. Gearon, J. D. ...... Gebhart, H. V. ..... . Gehlbach, M. P. .... Gehm, H. M. .... H. L. ................. . , ............ - ..... 408 442 ...............373 . ..... -...70, 446 ...................259, 379 ,.,,.,...,.,..,,..-.,.71, 368 .......128, 293, 315, 377 421 442 176 .........7l, 126. 334, 372, 1114 1111 ............,.,.....426, 460, 472 88 .. ......... 346 388 ........40I , ..71 456 259 471 309 ..71 Gehr, V. H. ................... Gehrer, R. H. ....... - ......... .. ........... - ..................-......-. Geisler, R. A. ............... .. ............. ....... ................ ....- Geissendoerfer, J. T Geist, H. W. ................ 164, Geithman, L. B. .............. . Gelwich, C. W. .... ...... . Gendler, Rosalyn ....... -.. Gentleman, Betty J. .... . Gentry, George, F. C. ................. . Eliaabetla K. ...... George, V1v1an ............... Georges, A. B. , ........ Gerber, J. S. ..... . Gerden, N. P. .............. . Gere, Nell R. ....... .. ......... . German, Ruth B. .... . Gerrard, Phyllis I. Gessler, E. W. ....... . Geyer, Gladys M. .... . Ghiselli, F. A. ..... . Gibb, R. H. ................. Gibberman, Judith .... . Gibbs, C. F. ............ . Gibbs, P. W. ......... . Gibson, G. A. ..... . Gibson, G. G. .... Gibson, H. L. ........ . Gieseking, Inez E. Gieseking. W. G. ..... Gilbert, Gilbert, Gilbert, Gilbert, Gilchris Jane .......... Jean H. .... . Lois M. O. M. ......., . t, Doris D. ..... . Giles, R. H. .............. . Gilkerson, G. N. ..... Gilkerson, T. M. Gill, 1. s. ................... . Gillespie, Eva M. Gillespie, N. Gillespie, R. .............. . Gillett, Janice C. ...- 380 366 209, 273, 305, 454, 458, ..........71, ..,......Z53, 456 209 450 425 461 240 451 09 383 454 442 475 ..71 134 241 273 390 450 382 457 462 . 71 344 306 336 431 308 473 462 447 479 412 413 131, 216, 297, .........,...-...71, 454, ......-.-...fffffff7i',"i f.'.'fffffi29'."i24f"i'75Q"'13'i'.A' .... 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G. .... ...... .. ....... 2 06 J. .............. ....1...... 4 61 Marian J. .............. ....................... ..253 D. H. ............................... ... ................ 415 Gleason. ' E. K. ....... -.-....-.... ..... .........370 Page 496 Widesf Selection of Famous Make PIANOS IN CHAMPAIGN MASON 81 HAMLIN KNABE NEW AMPICO CONOVER LOW PRICES Piano prices today are lower ihon ihey have been for 20 years- and lower than ihey will remain. Why noi select a famous-make w? B d I v 3 SMALL AMOUNT no u ge o er , years if you like. CABLE DOWN NE EFII EINEU THAT WAS DIFFERENT Uni'il I Compared ii with Other Pencils! I THOUGHT all mechanical pencils were alike until I compared Autopoint-the only pencil with the uatented Grip-Tip-with other pencils. The difference amazed mel No more wobbling leads. They don't break and slide out. Good down to ,' the last eighth-inch. And I such work as graphs and are low priced in spite expensive features. See pencils at your nearest them. order direct. my Autopoint never jams F: or gets out of order: it can't. You know whatadifference those h' k ' t k- E II'lgS D13 C In 3 ing notes and doing charts! Yet Autopoints of their exclusive and Autopoint and Realite dealer. If he hasn't EASY TERMS E S T E Y YOUR ou: PIANO IN Q TRADE Stream- i:E'3riEE'7 3'r9,H"I.jMIL',IcfgSRY GTZ? Befltf' P60611 Qvggjigg ' 303 gm:'gg2"'l'- Autopoint Company, 1801 Foster Ave., giioilociif co. -- - Dept.I-36, Chicago, Illinois 25ctoS3 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BUSEY'S STATE Locafed in Urbana in 6 BA THE GROWTH OF THESE TWO INSTITUTIONS IS INDICATIVE OF THE SERVICES THEY HAVE RENDERED P480 497 NK Grimm, S. E. Gloss, R. C. ....... . Glover, J. L. .... . Glover, W. E. ...... . Glowacki, S. F. ... .......309, INDEX OF PERSONS AND BOOKS-C01Zfi1lul?d 359 . ................ 305 397 .. ............,.,,..Y..,...............,.,.,,. 72 Ciloyd. Neva P. ................. A... ,...... 7 2 , 278, 307, sos, 477 Glueck, Dorothy I. ..., ,,, .A,.,,.,..,,, , .,,4,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 443 Goble, Elizabeth F, .,,. ..,,,..,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, 3 0 5 Goble, G. W. ,........... ,..- .,,...,,,,.,,,.,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,4, .153 Goddard, Eleanor B. ,... ............ 7 2, 240, 272, 454, 472, 475 Goding. L. A. . ........................................ ............... .... 3 7 1, 470 Grwhel. L. H. ............,....... 45.72, 266, 326, 330, 313. 401 Goebel, Ruth ....,, ........,...,,.,,..,..,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,.,,, 4 2 2 Gvedde. A. M. ..... ..............................,............. 7 2, 397 Goede. Helen W. ,..,.. ......, 2 92, 293 Goeke, H. E. ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Goembel, Marjorie J. .... Goetseh. Elizabeth Golf. J. A. ............ . Goff, Louise A. Goheen, G. E. ..,.. 36 422 ':i:::i450 476 279, 478 ..............340 Golan, E. A. .....,... . Goldberg, A. M. .... . Goldberg. H. . ..,. Goldberg, L. C. Goldberg, L. G, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,Y,,,, , Goldberg, R. J. .... ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Goldberg, W. J. ...... ........ 1 23, 129, 292, 293 Goldblatt, R. .... . Golden, L. L. ..,. . Golf! l:!'!Ifl!i'YS ..... Goldman, A. ......... . Goldman, A. I. .... . Goldman. L. M. ........ . Goldman, Marcus S. .... . Goldman, Goldstine. Leah . Goldsworthy, B. F. ...............398, .........327, 378, Melvin S. ......... . S .......398 .......273 406 .......45 9 . ..........., 383 355, 398 3 83 - ........... 228 . ............ 3 83 252, 360 462 464 5 Good, R. O. ................... ....... ......,.......,..,..,,,..,,, 2 5 3, 385 Goodcnough. B. A. ........,...........,,,.....,,..,,................,.,..,.,. 72 Gooding, Evelyn M. ....,....... 72, 238, 2711, 279 435, 478 Goodman, G. S. ...... . ............,...........,......,.....,....,,.... 406 Goodman, H. .. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.. 3 98 Goodman, L. O. . ..... ,. ........,,..,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,..,, H131 Goodman, M. W. ...... ...,.... 4 4, 72, 291, 360 Goodman, S. A. ..,.. ..,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,. 3 61, 459 Goodman, S. L. ........ ,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 31, 415 Goodman, Shirley L. ........ 253, 450 Goodmiller, D. F. ,,,,, ,.,,,, , ,,357 Goodwine. G. ............ .... . .266, 267 Gordon, F. M. ....... ,.,.,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, 23 Gordon, M. . ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .452 Gordon, R. ...,. ............,...,....,.....,.........,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,..,,,.,,, 4 07 Gere. P. 12. ..... ..... ..... 1 2 s, 264, 270, 293, 387, 39s, 466 Gore. S. H. ............ ....... ....................................... 3 0 9, 362 Goren, S. ....,............,......... .....,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, 3 B3 Gorton, Margaret H, ..... ,,,,,,, 2 31, 423 Goscinski, S. , .........,...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Gossard, A. G. .,......., ,.,,,,,,,,, 4 73 Gossard, F. E. ............... ,346 Gossett, Eleanor A. ..,,... 423 Gottlieb, L. A. ...,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 5 Goudey, Bess L. ....,.... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, 4 34 Gvusler. Jean I-. ............... ........ 2 53, 426, 460, 463 Gougler, Marcelline E. ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 429 Gould, Barbara G. .,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,, 1 31 Gould, Mariorie ......... .,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,., 4 24 Gourley, Frances M. ,.., . Gourley. Norma M. ...... . Grable, Jean E. ,..... . Grace. Jean L. Graff, L. ....,........... . Gragg. E. R. .,... . Graham, C. ,.,,.,,,,., , Graham. F. W. .......,.. . Graham. Kathryn M Graham, R. ............... . Graham, W. J. Grahl, C. H. ...... . Gramza, C. E. ...... Grandy, Dorothy ...... Grant, Grant, Mary A. ,...... . Grant, Phyllis M. Grant, V. V. ....... . Grant, Wilma F. Graser. R. C. ..... . Grawoig, R. ...,,....,, , Gray, H. M. .,,... ,.....,, , . Gray, Katherine K. Gray, Phyllis .,........ . Greager. Evelyn M. Grear, W. W. .........,. . Greathouse, A. B. Greeley. R. H. ..... . Green, F. ,............. . Green, G. K. ........ . Green, M. D. ...... ..... . Green, M. L. ..,......,...,. . Green, Mariorie W. Green, P. M. ..........., , Green, R. V. ......... . Green, Ruth M. Greenberg, J. S. ....... . Granvya .l- E. ............... Charlotte L. Grant, Frances E. ,., ............ 72, 239, ........l27, 230, 231, 298, 239, 472 472 . ............................. .... ...... 4 2 7 .. ........................... 307 164, 264, 377 269, 298, 301 44, 72, 291, 341, 426 . ........ 72, 164, 355, 382 363 ............................ 450 73, 454 ...,.,,,253, 127, 262, 422 251, 436 263, 422 454 368 .............343, 380, 458 .....131, 297 279, 431, 479 ..........355, 397, 466 ..............336, 399 .........73, 368, 474 396 344, 412 ...........402, 460 256, 435 .......343, 397, 458 .. ............. 73, 468 73, 449 .........38J 443 Grether, M. Elizabeth ..... ........ ,..,......,....,,,..,,,,., 4 3 8 Grier, H. G. ....................... ........,.,..,..,,,.....,...,,,,,. 1 30, 412 Grieve, R. S. ............ .. ............,.............,..... 186, 381, 465 Griffin, Gwen G. .... ..- .............. 73, 278, 307, 411, 454 Griffin. S. H. ............................... -...329, 331, ass, 401 Griffith, C. R. ...-.. ............ 6 .......................,...,.. 403, 474 Griffith. R. H. .....a...- ..................,........,............... .341 Grim. R. W. ..... ........ 4 4, 73, 340, 343, 454 Gr1n1m, J. .......... . Grimmer, E. F. Grmg, J. I. ....,.,,, Grisamore, Mary M Grismer, A. B. ....... . Grohar, S. G. ......... . Grohne, K. .......,.......,. . Grosball, Nancy E ........ Gross, J. N. ...,.,,.... . K. D. ...... . Gross, Gross, Gross, Marion J. .. Grossarth, Grossman, Grossman, Grossman. E. S.' ..... M. L. ........ . A. ............ B. M. ..... . D. A. ..... . Grossman, H. .. .............. Grossman. Josephine Grossman. W. R. ...... . Grote, P. F. ,....... . Grote, W. G. Groth, C. A. Groth, N. R. ...... . Groth, W. F. ,,,,.,,.,,. , Grove, Frances R. ..... . Grove, M. S. ...,.... . Grover, M. C. Grubb, P. D. ........ . Gryboski, E. F. . ...... . Gsell, L. A. ,,.....,.....,, , Gueltig, Charlotte L. Gullctt, Julia L. ......... . Gullette, C. C. .............. . Gulliford. P. A. ....... . 412 , zsa, ........,...336, 470 . ....... 233, 439 392 367 .......13l, 219, 01, 472 415 306 5 ............447 85 ..........34z, .........129, ........128, 292, 475 407 398 424 368 468 .........397, 390 . ........... 390 .........273 .....,...364 3 99 1 26, 164, 168, 170, 73, Gunderson, Dorothy G. ,..,. Gunn, J. V. ..,............,... . Gunnell, J. W. ......... . Gunner. H. C. .... . Gunning, T. D. .... Guseking, G. .. ..... Gustafson. K. L. ....... . Gustafson, W. A. ..... . Gutgsell, J. R. ...... . Guthrie, G. B. .... . Guthrie, W. Gutstadt. R. H. Gutterman, L. .,....,.,.. Guttschow, R. W. Guymon, G. E. ........ Guynn, E. C. ....... . Guynn, W. D. .......... Gylrumslira .,..,,.,..,.,,,,,,,, Gyory, Elizabeth R. Haag, V. W. .........., , Haak, Marjorie E. 1-Iaakc. D. R. ........ . Haas, A. W. .... . Haas, M. F. ........... . Haas, M. L. ...........,. , Habberton, Ida B. ..... . Habberton, W, .....,,.,.. , Hackbarthr. E. M. Hackett, J. L. .. ,.,.,.,... Hackett, R. P. .... . Hackett, T. N. ... Haekleman, J. C. .... Haekleman, R. E. Hackley, Ruth A. Hackmann, Lois .......... Hackmann, Louise Hadaway, Saraetta Haddon, Jane E. ..... . Haddlesay, Betty H. Hadley, H. L. . ..,..... . Hadley, R. H. ........,... . Haedilte, Ruth A. Haerting,' Evelyn A. Hagan, W. W. . ..... .... Hagen, I. B. .......,,,,,. . Hagen, S. E. ,.,,.,,,,,,. , Hagenbuck, H. D. Hagcnbuck, W. E. Htigey. W. C. ......... . Haglund, A. L. ............... , Hague, Stella M. .... Hailman, H. ....... . Haist, G. F. ............. . Hakes, Edyth C. .... Halloerg, L. A. ...... . Halcott. R. C. ...... . Hale, Bessie B. Greenburg, Ida A. .... ,,,,,,,, l Greene, J. T. ........ ,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Greengard, S. B. .. ,,,,,,, 415 Greenman, F. S. .... ,,,,,,,,,, 3 59 Greenman, P. . ............, .... ,,..,,.,.,,.,,,,,, 7 3 Greer, M. C. ..,.................,... ,.,,.,,,,, 7 3, 377 Gregg. R- T. .......................... ' .........,... 356 Gregorian Literary Sm.-ialy ......... ,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 7 2 Gregorski, C. ..........,....,,,,,..,,..,. ,,,,,,, 3 72 Gregory, G. S'. ......,...,,... ,. .,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 02 Greider, G. D. ...., ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,346 Greider, Janice E. ...,..... , ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 341 Grcif, Dorothy M. ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, 7 3, 431 Grerwr. L. M. .............. ........ 3 15, 327, 330, 462 Gresik, Virginia E. ..... ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 45 Gress. Margaret L. ,. .,.... C.. ,.,,,,, .,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 4 5 Hale, C. ....,.....,... . Halnn, F. L. .... . Hall, A. W. Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall 1-Iall Hall , B. R. , C. E. ........ . , E. M. .......... . . Eunice S. ....... .. , H. ................... . , Josephine S. . Margaret C. . R. C. .....,........ . Hall. Ruth W. ..... Hall Hall: S. G. .... .... . 229, 307, 433, 436 473 ..........365 460 468 , ....... ..... ............ 7 3 , H ........74, 12. .........265, 39, ..........408, 69, 387 390 409 269 269 381 465 365 465 386 .........l78, 180, 394 4 54 . .,..,, 256, 378, ""ffff.'ffff2'4'0.l' fffffffff54,''2'3'0'.'i299f 74, 359, 454 .459 454 ..380 4211 473 327 381 464 307 iE9,"270,' - ................... . ..... 186 458 .........456, ss, 301, .........448, 414 361 356 438 454 463 ..........256, 442, . ......... 276, 278, 279 . ..................., 74 ........74, 300, 379 371 277, 298, 299, 346 436 335 ....... 251, 329, .........,206, 393, 459 84 .........408 .........399 . ........ 340 .........233 394 ...74 425 31, .........344, -...-..3 s 1 , 404 470 Haller, Verna D. ...... Hallmann, V. E. Halpert, Beatrice ........ ..........74, 240 . ........... ...454 .. ..... .... 4 50 344, 381, 476 454 Ham, C. W. ...,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ham, W. D. .......,..,.,,,. .- .,,,,,, 346, Hamersmith, A. P. ................ Hamilton, A. ......,,,..,.,, ,,,,,,. ,.,., ,, C. W. Hamilton, Hamilton, E. G. Hamilton, Harriett M. ........... Hamilton, J. A. Hamilton, J. R. .......... . Hamilton, Ruth J. Hamilton, T. S. Hamm, Bessie L. Hamman, C. E. Hamman, Hamman, V. T. Hammerman, Civ S. D. 1a D. ...... Hammerquist, R. C. ..... Hammett, J. R. ........... Hamp, L. R. ........ . Hampes, W. G. Hampton, J. V. Hampy, H. F. ........ - .......... - ......... . Hanafin, J. P. Hanawalt, Vera M. Hancock, A. ..... ..... Handelman, L. ....... . Handley, C. A. Handley, G. F. Hands, F. C. ........... . Handschuh, F. C. 89 81 34 . ..,.., 365 .......277 .. ....... 74 27 .......342 .256. 346, 409 380 475 .......309, 56 400 ..........45, ..,.,....-,..308 ...........394 .......406 37 5 .......376, 468 65 Handschuh, Marie E. ........... 440 Hanes, V. E. ................. ....... 3 99 Hanes, W. E. ...... ..... ..399 Hanks, T. W. .. .... .. .... ....... 1 35 Hanley, J. H. ..... .... ,... ...... .382 Hanna, Betty ....... ....... ....... 4 3 6 Hanna, P. S. ........ .............. ........... 2 6 7 Hannah, H. W. ........ .. .......... .... A ...,..,... 3 84 Hannah, Phyllis E. ...... ....... 4 72, 476 Hannapel, H. R. ...... ........ ......... 7 5, 380 Hannigan, H. J. ....... ..... ..... . ...........,........... ...4l1 Hans, R. H. ..................... .... - .........................,... 4 04 Hanselman, L. A. ............ ..... .......129, 214, 215, 409 Hansen, H. F. ....... ....... 2 03, 207, 369, 469 Hansen, J. A. ..... ... .... ...............,...... 3 96, 462 Hansgen, J. R. ................... ,...... .. ..,.,....,......,.. 3 64 Hanson, J. O. ........ ... ........ .... . . ........... 134 Hanson, R. A. ...- ............ ........................ . 365 Harbors, Betty L. .... .. .......... ...........,.....,... - .... . 442 Harding. A. A. ........... .. ...... .. ....................... 304, 389, 475 Harding, Florence M. .......................................,.............. 434 Harding, G. M. .................. 75, 316, 317, 325, 326, 328, 331, 343 Harker, O. A. ...... .............,.... .384 Harltins, W. F. ,...,. ,... ..,.. .......,....,, .........,,,, 7 5 , 364 Harlan, Edna K. ...... - ....... .. ........................... .. ............. 449 Harman, H. J. ............ ..............,.. . .,..,....,...,....,,.....,..... 3 63 Harman, Helen J. .... ................ 4 5, 75, 296, 421, 454 Harnden, P. C. ..... .......... .. ...........................,...,.... 7 5, 412 Harnew, I. H. ........... ........................... .. ........... 7 5 Harnisch, M. A. ................. - ...,,...... 75, 330, 408 Harno, A. J. ..... ...... ................... ..,,,.. 2 9 , 39, 341, 391 Harnsberger, Bernadine L. .... ............,............... 4 54 Harper. D. R. .......... -..-......- ..... .,.................... . .372 Harreld, Virginia S. ......... ... .. ....... ............... 4 49 Harrell, Catherine E. ,. ........ ,. ... ....... 75, 296, 430 Harrington, Alice M. ,. .,...,.,..,,.... -..,240 Harrington, C. G. ...,..- ......... . .......,........., 336 Harrington, C. J. ........ .. ............ ....... ............, 7 5 , 412 Harrington, Mary L. ,... ...........,...........,. ,..,..... . ..... 2 56, 426 Harris, Betty ................. -. ..... - ...... .......................... 2 40 Harris, D. K. ....... -... ........ 258, 414, 468, 476 Harris, D. W. ..... ...........,........ - ............... 7 5 Harris, E. B. .... ....... ....... .....,..,.., 7 5 Harris, E. D. .... ...,..,...,...... 4 01 Harris, G. C. ....... ........ 2 56, 413 Harris, G. M, .... .... . .. ,,,,,...,,,,,,. ,,,,.,39B Harris, J. M. ..... ........... ...,......... ..... ................,. 3 3 6 Harris, J. O. ...... .. ........ - .............,.. 329, 331, 336 Harris, Ruth J ......... .......,.,....,....,,,.., 5 07 Harris, T. D. . ........ ,... .... ..................... 4 05 Harrison, F. C. Harrison, Hazel J Harriss, J. H. 345 75, 279, 444 390 ...........450 Harrop, Catherine ................ .......... .. ......... Harry, J. ................. - ...... .....-.. .... ...409 Hart, H. P. ......... .... .. ........, ,...... 4 5 4 Hart, Harriett ..,.. ..- ..... ..,.... . ..,... 4 35 Hart. R. D. .......... - .....,.... ................. 1 34 Hartley, M. C. ...-..-. ..... ......... ...... . .342, 461 Hartley, Ruth J. ..,,.....,...,.,.... ,.....,,..,,., 3 47 Hartman, H. C. ............ .. .......... .............. 3 01 Hartman, H. Louise ......... ..... ,,.... 2 5 2, 449 Hartman, L. ..........,,.....,...,. ,. ....,... ..,,,,,,,,.... 4 70 Hartman, M. D. ..,...,... ...,... .,...,. ...,........... 7 5, 278 Hartman, W. J. ..... ,..,.,,,.,,. ......,. ....,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 90 Hartz, S. H. ,..- .......... -...- .......... ..- ..,.. 164, 204, 205 Harvey, D. W. ........... ...... .... ,... ..................... ...409 Harvey, M. E. ..,.. -,. .......... ..,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J 46 Hasenyager, K. ...... ......,....,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 0 Hashbarger, H. A. ,... .. .......... . .,.,.,, 404, 468 Haskell, Bettie L. ...... . Haskins, J. T. Haslam, J. H. J. F. Haslitt, Hasmer, M. .... . , ............. 433 Hass, M. .............. . ..134 69 ...........269 457 Hasterlilt, B. I. ...... ........ 2 52, 386 Hasterlik, W. B. ..,..... ....,..,..... 7 5, 386 Hatch, A. J. .,..,,........... ,.,,,,.,,..,.,,,,,,.,,,,, 3 05 Hatch, Charlotte A. ,..- ....... .....,. 7 3, 340, 342 Hatch, L. 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C. ..........,,........ .............,,....,.... 3 60 Hayden, Rosamond F. .... ....,...........,.......Y.. 4 50 Hayes, Mary L. ............... ........ 2 56, 257, 425 Hayes, W. B. ............. ..........,.......,,... 1 63 Hays, Genevieve M. ............ ....... 2 40 Hayward, H. N. ......,. ....... 3 44, 470 Hazen, L. G. ......... ................. 4 73 Hallett, Olive C. ........ ....,., 3 07, 461 Head, Eleanor M. ..... .,....,..... 7 6, 435 Head, J. S. ..... ,...... ......... 3 1 6, 462 Heads, G. F. ........ ,...,.,.,. 2 56, 359 Healy, C. .............. ....,.......,.... 3 81 Healy, W. C. ...... ........., 4 60 Heater, E. F. ....,. .,,....... 4 70 Heath, G. W. ........ .,,.,..., 2 69 Heaton, J. R. ,.,... .,..,,..,,,,.,,..... 1 35 Hebard, E. F. ...... ,,....., .....,....,...., 3 9 6 Heberling, S. ...... ......, l 31, 256, 368 Heckler, F. W. ..,.....,.. .............,.. 7 6, 413 Heckman, H. W. ,..,. ............,.............. 3 99 Hedges, C. K. ........ .................... 4 68, 476 Hedges, E. G. ..... ,....,.... 1 26, 169, 367 Hediger, L. L. ...,. ...... .. ....................... 1 86 Heer, R. R. ............... .......A...........,.............. 3 73 Heidhues, Louise H. .... ............,.... 7 6, 296, 421, 444 Heidinger, H. C. ..... ...,.............., ........................ 7 6 , 405 Heidrick, G. W. .......... .......... 4 4, 76, 264, 265, 390, 457 Heigl, Lois 1. . ...... ...... . . .................................... ........... . 431 Heiman, Mildred L. ...... ............................................ 2 40 Hei11, D. O. ............... ......... 4 01, 456 Hein, W. E. .............. ........ .... .. . 2401 Heinen, L. . ..... ..............,,,,. 3 65 Heinig, F. C. ...,,....,. ................. 3 29, 333 Heinlein, D. ......,..... ........ 1 29, 186, 373 Heintzman, D. L. .,.,... .- ..,.. ,... . .273, 468 Heizer, E. ...,.....,..... ...,......,......... 3 71 Helander, Bertha A. .... ......... 7 6, 307 Hellsing, A. T. ..... ............. 3 81 Helgren, R. E. .... ...- ..,. .372 Heller, F. L. ....... - .. ....... ...468 Hellmich, H. A. ......... ................. 1 87 Helm, J. E. .,................ ...................... 7 6 Helper, Adela R. .............. ....,.... 4 21, 443 Hemingway, 1. Carolyn ...........,.. .437 Hempen, Marie C. ........,,... ......... . ...301 Henderson, C. A. ..... ... ........, 391 Henderson, E. H. ..... .... .........., 4 0 9 Henderson, Julia ....... ..,,,.. 2 41, 347 Henderson, M ................ ...... - ......... 4 67 Henderson, R. G. ..... .................... 2 79 Hendricks, C. M. ..... .......... 3 05, 365 Hendricks, F. D. ..... ..................,.... 3 64 Hendrickson, P. J. .................. 76, 258 Hendrickson, W. E. ......... 258, 333, 346 Hendrix, D. E. ,.... ...... ..,..,.,..,...... 1 3 l, 451 Hendrix, Gertrude ..,................... .461 Henline, P. W. ......... ......,.., 3 58 Hennecke, C. F. .......... .......... 2 78 Hennessey, Frances E. .... ... ....... 426 Hennesscy, G. H. ...... . ........ 378 Hennessey, Marita ..... .,,......,...... 4 26 Hennig, J. M. .... ....... ....... 1 8 6, 370 Hennig, W. J. ...... ,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,..., 370 Henning, A. B. ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, 7 6, 331 Henning, A. C. ...... ......... 2 56, 412, 454 Henricson, R. E. ..... ...,..,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,., 4 05 Henry, D. A. ...... 391 Henry, V. Henry, H. ,........,. , . .................,........ 398 397, 466 . .......,.....,,.,....,....................,.,.......,.,........,..., 395 399 Henry, H. K. .,.. . Henry, T. A Henry, W. L .......,....... ...,..., Hepburn, Elizabeth J. Hepner, P. E. ............... . Herhinstein, Mary ..... Herbst, R. R. .......,....... . Hermie, Julia 1. 164, 168, 174, 178, 180, 439, 476 473 ... ....... 346 . ......... 347 440 Herminghaus, Anne C. .... .................. . Herrick, T. J. .............. ........................ 4 68 Herrington, J. W. ..... ........... 3 29, 333, 336 Herrold, S. V. .................. ...................................... 4 59 Herron, E. L. ........,.. - ...... ......... 1 26, 251, 347, 367 Hertzberg, L. J ............. ......................... 3 01, 386 Herzog, Hazel Ar ..... ............................... 4 35 Hesli , M. F. ,........ P Hess, H. .,....... . Hess, Kathryn J. ........,.............. . ..........408 256, 451 Hess, M. C. ................................. .......... 3 73, 465 Hess, M. E. . ....,................................ .................. A .330 Hesselschwcrdt, Catherine L. ..... ........ 3 41, 431 Hessler, G. O ................................. ................... 7 6 Hester, J. K. ........................... ,....,. - ........... 3 09 Hetishee, F. G. ...... ....... 7 6, 403, 464 Hetzner, H. P. ............ ........,. 305, 387 Heuseh, Betty G. ...-..- ...... .,.,........... . .434 Hewitt, C. E. ....... ..,.....,........ 3 05 Hewitt, Mary A. .,.. . Heyer, W. M. .,.... . Heyman, Edythe ..... Heyman, H. H. .... . Heywood, E. F. Hibbert, R. W. Hickey, J. D. ..... . Hickey, J. E. ....... . Hickey, J. P. ........ . Hickey, R. J. .,....,.,.. . Hiekox, Jeannette L. Hicks, L. .................... . ...76 , 442 09 3 6, ..........l95, .......203, 252, 367, 408, 371 385 474 469 07 76, 358, 461 Hicks, R. B. ................ ...............,,.............. 3 76 Hicks, R. L. ................... .. .......... 130, 295, 374 Hieronymus, Lois C. .... ..........................,...,... 3 07 Hieronymus, R. C. ........ ........ 2 78, 305, 362, 475 Hieser, 1. W. ....................... ....... 7 7, 259, 345, 379 Higbie, L. W. ........... - ........ .............................. 2 53 1-Iiggason, Mary 1. ..... .2 ....... 451 Higgins, G. F. .......,........ ............... 3 63 Higgins, Mardelle M. ....................... ..........,........,......... 4 51 Hildeman, G. ..................................,....................... 195, 394 Hilci, F. R. .................... 44, 77, 291, 355, 390, 457, 466 Hilfinger, D. F. .. ..............................,.......,......, 306, 471 Hill. B. W. .......... ' .......... 77, 373, 414 1-1ilI, C. D. ...,...,.,.,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 3 99 Hill, Dorothy J. ..... ...................... 4 29 Hill, E. .....,....... ......... 1 64, 327 Hill, 1. R. ........ , .............. 342 Hill, J. W. .... ,........... 3 73 Hill, P. ................ ....,... 3 46 Hill, Shirley E. ,.,,., ..433 Hill, T. R. ........ .,......... ...... - ......., , .....,.. . ............. - . ..454 Hill, T. W. .....,....................,.........................................,... 336 Hill, V. ................... - .................. .. .....,.,............,. .. ........,..... 382 Hill, Virginia M .... .47, 77, 139, 226, 263, 271, 435, 463 Hill, W. F. ...........,.....,.. ,... .....,...............,.......................... 3 7 0 Hillebrand, H. N. .......... ......... . .. ............ .............. - ...276 1-Iillur, 11. ....,.. - ....... .......... 7 7, 414 Hiller, K. W ................ ........ - -...384 Hilliard, G. 1. ............ ,........... 2 69 Hills, Elizabeth A ......... ............ 4 48 Hilpert, F. M .,........,... ............... 4 16 Himelblau, Lucile C ...... ......... 1 29, 424 Hinckley, C. E. .,,......... ...... - ..,. . ..372 Hindman, J. F. ......... ... ,..... ................. 3 67, 474 Hindman, Virginia .............,.,.,,,,,.,.,.,,... 77, 422 Hindsley, M. H. ..... ......... 3 04, 305, 358, 475 Hines, P. H. ........... .................................... 3 05 Hinger, C. J. ....... .......,,.....,.,....,........... 2 73 Hinkley, Mary E. ......... ............. ......340 Hinman, Eunice O. ..........,... 127, 254, 255, 479 llinrichs, W. J. ...... ...,.,........,.,................,...,,,,....., 4 02 1"1inlZ, H. ll. ......... ......... 7 7, 340, 344, 364, 468 Hinze, V. H. .... ........................................... 3 69 Hipp, Urban ................... ......... 1 28, 346, 385, 454, 457 Hirsh, Harriet J. ..... ....., .....,...,,..........,.........,..,,.,,,. 4 4 1 Hitchcock, Isabelle M. ..... ..,..................................... 4 37 Hitchcock, W. C. ............ .....,.,. 4 03, 479 Hixon, R. M. .............. .......,,.,,,.,,.,. 3 97 Hlavacck, C. F. ..... ......... l 95, 454 Hlavacek, Ella .,..... ,,....... ...... 4 3 0 Hobart, J. A. ..., ,,,,,,,...., 3 67 Hoblik, G. F. ....... ............ 4 08 Holslit, F. D. .......... ,... ...... , , ............... 3 96 Hobson, Margaret A. ..,.,,..............................,.,...,..,,, 425, 472 Hodal, R. J. ............,.......... .. ......,.,..,,.....,,....,..,....... 77, 364 Hodges, E. R. .... 129, 248, 263, 269, 298, 299, 330, 454 Hodges, Georgia L. ..... - ............................,...........,....,....,.. 451 Hodges, J. H. ........................,..................... ,.,,............... 3 77 Hodgson, D. R. ..,..., .....,.......... . ....363 Hodgson, F. Arlene ..... . ......................... 277, 428 Hodgson, Helen 13. ....... . ..,....., 77, 240, 272, 308 Hodson, Jeannette A. .... ......... 2 28, 233, 451, 472 Hudson, Virginia M. ...... .................................... 4 51 Hoebel, D. S. ............... ................................ 2 49 Hoebel, Jean E. .,....... ..,..............., 2 29, 436 Hoefer, W. W. ....... ............,..... . - ........... 357 Haeft. J. A. .................. ........ 7 7, 164, 194, 372 Hoehner. Hallie E. ...... ..... , .., ..... .. ....... 77, 342 Hoelscher, R. P. ..... .........,................ 3 44, 414 Hoclscher, W. P. .... ........ 7 7. 331, 394, 456 Hoener, 1. R. ....,..... . ........, ,, ...... .. ,,..,,, ,336 Hoerr. Flora L. ...,.. .........,........ - ........ 2 73 Hoerter, W. W. .... ........ 3 89 Hnfer, J. W. ..,......... ...............,.,,.,..,.,,,. 3 62 Hoff, D. G. ............... .....................,........... 2 53 Hoffberg. J. ...............,... - ........,....... ......,.......... 3 86 Hoffman, Audrey A. .... ...241, 296, 421, 441 Hoffman, B. F. ....,.... .....,,................ 3 84, 387 Hoffman, C. B. . .... ..........,..,..,.. 2 69, 413 Hoffman, Dorothy ...,. ,.,, ,.252, 428 Hoffman, Ellen J. .....,..,. ..450 Huffman, H. A. ....... ..,..................................... 4 54 Hoffman, Johana ...... ......,...........................,........ 4 43 Hoffman, L. H. .... ,...... ,..... ........,.......,,,,,.....,,,,,,. 4 1 5 Hoffman, T. ...,...... ,..... 2 62, 263, 271, 357, 477 Hoffmeister, W. J. .. ............,................,.....,..,,,., 454 Hofmann, Corris M. ...... ....................,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,. 4 50 Hogan. S. C. . ........... .......................... 3 36, 396 Hoheisel, W. F. ........... . ..... -..- ................... 401, 474 Hoheuadel, Elsa L. ...... . ,....... 230, 231, 437, 449 Hoke, T. ........... ......... ........,.,..,...................... 3 9 5 Hokin, E. E. ........,..... ...,,.,..,...,......,...,.....,,, 4 07 Holcomb, C. Harriett .... .. ......,...... 273 Holcomb, Dorothy M. .,.. ........... 2 73, 308 Holiday, R. L. ............., .,..,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 3 96 l'10llC, W. N. .... ......... ......... 1 3 1, 297, 413 Holler, H. A. ..,....... 77, 393, 468 Hollett, G. T. .... ..,,,,...,......,,,,,,,.,,.., 3 96 Holman, C. F. ..,..,.,. ..,, .,,,,,, ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,,4l3 Holme, Mary E. .......... ...,.... 7 7, 425, 472, 476 Holmes, Catherine R. ...... .......,.............,.,,...,,,., 4 45 Holmes, G. W. ...........,... ......... ...,,...,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 6 Holmes, l.. ................. .,.....,........ 3 90 Holmes, R. M. ......... ......... 3 73, 475 Holmes, W. A. ..... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 7 Holsinger, N. W. ..... ,.,..,..... 4 70 Holsinger, W. W. ..... ...,..,.,..... 7 7 Holt, H. D. . ......... ,,,,,, 7 s, 367 Hulr, H. W. ......,.... ...,..,...,..,,,,, 4 oo Hulty. R. S. ............. ...,.., 3 46, 357 Holtzman, J. A. ........... . ,.,,.,,.,,,,,. 367 Holzriehrer, G. C. ........ ,,,,,,.. 2 16, 410 llome lirorromim Club ..... .............. 4 72 llonn-ruining .....,............ ............,,........... ...,......,. .....,,.,, 2 7 0 Homel, L. H. ........... ... .....,. .,..................... .,... ,.,......,.. 3 9 8 Honeywell, C. W. .... . ..... 1.78, 142, 263, 269, 301, 457 Hong. E. ............... ...........,..................................,... 2 58 Honnold, J. O. .... ............,.................................. 3 09 Hood, Elaine ......,. ...,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 99 Hoogstroal, H. ...... .,...... 3 80, 470 Hooper, G. B. ....... .......,,,,,,,,..,, 3 61 Hopkins, B. S. ...... .... .... 3 5 8, 365 Hopkins, Helen ...,,,,.,.,,,, .447 Hopkins, R. E. .... ....... 7 8, 379 Hora, J. L. ............ ......,.,,,,,., 1 35 Horacek, H. J. ......... .,.,..,, 3 78, 459 Horan, Katherine M. .... ,.,,,,,,, 4 47, 472 Horn, H. W. ............. ............ 3 87 Horner, 1-I. H. Horning, V. N. Hur ns tei n , M ay Hnrrall, T. C. ....... ,..,,,.. , Horsley, J. E. ............ . Horstman, W. L. .... . Hosking, R. T. Hoskins, Dorothy E. .... Hostetter, Marie M. Hotchkin, R. ..,,..,,,,,. , Hottes, C. F. ........ . Houeek, Jewel E. ..... . Houchens, Josie Houdek, J. F. ........ . Hough, E. W. ..,........ Houghton, E. E. ........,.. , Houlehan, Louise E. Houxe. W. M. ........... . Howald, E. R. ......... . Howard, E. N. ....... . Howard, Evelyn G. Howard, F. C. ......... . Howard, H. S. ........ . Howard, W. V. .... . Howatt, G. M. Howe, Eleanor G. ...... Howell, Barbara K. Howell, E. l.. .............. .. Howell, Katherine L. Howell, W. H. ............ , Hoy, D. S. ...,.. . ,.... . Hoyt, Eleanor V. .... . Hrejsa, A. C. .... . Hrejsa, F. J. ..... . Hrnak, M. A. ...... . Hubbard, F. B. Hubbard, Gayle . .... Hubbs, Emma R. Hubbs, H. R. ...... . Huber, F. ........ . Huber, lrma C. .... . Huber, Mary F. .... . Huber, T. E. . ....... Huck, Emilie .............. Huddleston, S. L. ..... . Hudelson, Alice ........ B. 296, 26, 369 ..........451 404 . ......... 374 .......363 ..........378 ............78, 194 421, . ....... 78, .. ..... .346, 444 444 468 478 214 711, 330, 111, 464 367 ............358, 468 . ............. 134 371 241, 301 437 ........45, 711, 294, 423 71, 373, 401 . ................ 425 273 ........366, 470 ..334 ..........432 . ............... 78 269, .........78, 78, 298 475 472 .......-.....472 ,. ........... 409, .......211, 432, 477 463 Hudson, Bobbie ....... ......,................. 4 50 Hudson, G. T. ..... ., ..,. ........,.. ,...... 2 6 9 Hudson, H. P. ...... .........., 7 8, 250, 464 Hudson, L. D. .... ......... 7 8, 305, 376 Hudson, R. S. .... .....,.,.,.., 3 09, 346 Hudson, W. D. .......... ........... 3 05, 376 Hueekel, A. W. ............ ............. 4 13 Hueekel, Margaret K. ..... ......,...................... 3 08, 432 Huelster, Laura J. ,...., ....................,,...... ....... 3 0 7, 467 Huey, Caroline B. ...... .........., 1 27, 230, 231, 444, 463 Huey, Jane B. ....... ............................. ......... 2 5 3, 444 Huff, G. A. .......... 14, 39, 162, 163, 381, 459 Huff. Jennie M. ...................................... 253, 427 Huff, Virginia B. .... ................,...............,........,.., 4 28 Huffman, E. H. ..... ...,... .,,,..,.,,.,,,,. 3 5 8 Hughes, C. E. .......... ......... 7 9, 387, 469 Hughes, Cathryn J. , ....... 241, 300, 472 Hughes, K. .....,.... ..,............ 2 06, 459 Hughes, F. H. ..., .......... 3 71, 459 Hughes, R. W. ...... ................. 3 79 Huisman, J. E. ...... ............ 3 90 Hull, D. W.' ....,. ....,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 05 Hull, R. L. .... ....... 3 46, 362 1-lulman, ........... ..,.... 2 52, 360 Hulse, B. 1.. ........... ....... 1 29, 412 Humbracht, H. N. ..... ........,.... 4 02 Humiston, C. E. .... . Huml, Frances Hummel, F. A. Hummer, C. ..... .......... . Humphreys, S. N. ...... Hunsaker, R. L. ...... . Hunt, Dorothy M. . .... .. Hunt, L. H. ..,......... , Hunt, R. E. .... ......,.... . Hunter, Harriett T.. ..... . Hunter, J. G. . -----... .. Hunter, J, M. ...... Hunter, J. V. .... . Hunter, M. H. Hunter, R. E. ....... .... Huntington, W. C. Hurd, Evelyn V. Hurn, J. D. ............ . Hursey, Mary L. ...... . Hursh, Charlotte F. ..... . Hursh, R. K. ........,.... . Hursh, R. W. ..... . Hurt, 15. R. ..... ..... . Huss, Lucile F. Hosted, Martha Huston, A. D. .... . Hutchins, M. B. .... . Hutchinson, J. J. Hutchinson, W. Hutchison, D. R. ..... . Hutson, S. C. Huttner, Beverly R. ..... . Hutton, J. R. .............. . Hutton, R. B. ............. . Huxmann, R. F. ............... . Huxtable, Kathryn W. .... . Hvnd, H. F. ................... . Hvndman, H. L. ....... . Hyndman, R. W. Hyson, J. D. ........1. . Iluall, Mary D. .... . 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W. -,- ..,... .,,..,,, 3 65, 454 Ignelzi, A. J. ....,....................,. ,-........Y 3 63 ller, 11. L. ......,..........,..,....A.,...,A ..A......, 7 9 Iles, Mary M. .........,............. . ........ ..--.... 3 05 Illini Board of Control, The .,..... ........ 2 48 Illini Publishing Company, The ...... .......- 2 49 Illini Tbuutre Guild ....................... ........ 2 76 Illinois Agriaullurisl, The ,... .,,.....,.,. 2 59 Illinois Union ....,.. ................. 1 . ........ .......... 2 64 Illia, The .................... ....... ................ 2 5 5. 255 Imhs, T. J. .............. ............................ 2 73 Imle, A. lt. ......,......,.... ...,, 262, 263, 266 lnllr-pellzlarll Council ......... ...... .. .,........... .... 269 lull.-prmlrnt Informal .......... ............. ....... 2 9 9 llnlux Io Social Somrilies .....--- .... . .. ..... .420 Inlanlry .................................... .. .... . ....-- 318 Ingalls, H. II. ............... ....... . . .... 304, 361 Ingalls, Lillian .,....... . 240, 347 Ingham, Ruth H. .,..... 79, 447 Ingram, Lucille ............ ,... ...... 2 4 I lnskip, li. R. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....... 7 9, 408 Ilxivrfralarflily Council ..... ....... . 355 Inlya-mural ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,., ............, 2 12 Ireland, Eloise F. ........ .. ........... 442 Irish, H. E. ........... ....... .......... I 3 4 Irland, J. E. ......... . ....... 309. 359 Irons, E. P. . ....,......... ....,,, . . 135 Irwin, Dorothy M. ........, 259, 448 Irwin, Ii. C. ......,..,,... .............. ...... 4 6 0 Irwin, H. S. ........... .......... . ...---.-- . -- 79 Irwin, R. R. ......... ....... 7 9. 259. 379 lsaminger, F. E. ..... -..-679. 356 Isenberg, Zelda S. ..... . ...,.... 79. 430 1.1.2, A. F. ..,.......... ......,, .................. 7 9 Isley, M. Eloise ....... Isley, Marilyn ...... . Iurillo, S. D. ...,. . Iverson, R. ....... . Jackson, H. G. .... . .........13l, 240, 257 ..374 477 Jackson, Helen E. ,,... ....,.. ...,.........,.............. 2 7 7, 306, Jackson, Maxine ...........................,................................ Y... 4 47 JACIKSUII, T. H. .........,.. 128, 292, 326, 332, 355, 403, 456 Jacobs, H. B. ...................... .........-...-.. .--..-.....-----. - - 360 Jacobs, H. H. ....... ....... .............. -.......-.-...----- 3 5 3 Jacobs, W. . ...........-..- --------- 3 30. 334 Jacobsen, Eda A. ..... ------------- 4 43 Jacobson, Irene ..... ....... ....... --..-----. 4 5 1 I Jacobson, L. G. .... .--.------- . ------------ 3 0. 394 Jacobson, R. D. .... ....... 8 0, J09, 366, 468 Jacobson, Ruth ....... ..................-.-.---..--.------ 4 10 Jahnke, K. D. ........... ,... ....... .......-.-...- . ...---. 4 1 0 Jakush, E. A. ..,............. .....................------ 3 56 James, Elizabeth A. ..... ......,... 3 08, 431, 473 J....c., L, 13, ,,,,,,...,,,,.,.. ...,,, ................,,, 2 1 1, 362 James, M. Elizabeth ....,... ,..................,. ....... ............. 4 5 1 James, S. L. ................... ....... 3 15, 329, 332. 408. 478 James, V. Elizabeth ...... ...........................,............... 4 48 Jana, J. T. ,..... ...,............ ....... ............... ......... ..... 4 1 I Janata, Mildred R. ...... ...................... .,.. 4 2 3 Janieek, Frances A. ...... ........,. I 31, 447, 450 Janovic, J. R. ............. ................ .................. 3 0 Jansen, E. ...,........,... ...,... I 64, 203, 413, 469 Janssen, W. H. ....... . ............................. 332 Jared, Mildred J. .......... ........ 8 0. 240 Jared, Milfreida L. ...... ....... 8 0, 240 Jarl, E. L. ............... ........ 1 ....... 4 16 Jasinski, E. J. ...... .... . 3332. 473 Jasper, Eileen A. ...,.. ..............- 3 40 Jeck, M. O. ........... ...--------- 1? 0 Jefferson, B. I... .......... A ...---. 409 Jelinck, J. J. .............. .... -------- 2 7 3 1..., F. ....,.........,. ...........,.,.., ........ 4 1 4 Jenison, Ernestine K. ...... .... ................. 8 4 27 Jenkin, R. B. ................ ............................. 3 43 Jenkins, Alice C. ....... ....... 8 0, 233, 237. 423 Laura H. R. B. .......... . Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Ruth R. .... . Jenks, Adele J. .... . Jennings, A. R. .,..... . Jennings, Margaret ...... Jennings, R. P. ....... . Anna L. Jensen, Jensen, Dorothy ...... Jensen, I.. N. ........ . Jensen, R. H. .... . Jensen, R. W. Jeppesen, G. L. Jeppesen. N. L. Jervis, Helen M. Jeske, Helen M. ...... . Jester, H. F. .......... .... Jobst, V. .............. .. ....... . Jnbuxch, F. H. Jochen, E. F. ..-.... . ,... ,... ............... 3 0 7 .......80, 403 443 .........347, ...... zos, 459 .......25Z, 428, ............394, 472 462 . .................... 80 3 0 , 409 472 so, .........233, 217, 241 ... ................... 340 468 ........e......-.......so, Johansen, T. S. .......... ............. ........ 3 26, 333, 336, 460 Johns, Elizabeth F. ...................... ... ....................... .. ..... 450 Johnson, A. .................. .......... ........... ........ .. ................... 3 67 Johnson, C. J. ,.... .......... ...... ........ .. ....... 409, 470 Johnson, D. A. .............. ... ........... ............... 3 69 Johnson, Eileen E. ...... .. ....... -..L .... ........ 2 34, 449 Johnson, Evelyn F. .. .... ............ .... .....440, 472 Johnson, F. L. .................. ................... 3 95 Johnson, Florence M. .... ....... ......... 3 0 7, 446 Johnson, Frances L. .............. .. .... ................... 4 50 Johnson, G. A. ...........,. ... ....... ... ......... ................. - ...80, 345 Johnson, Grace E. ...... -L ...... ........... . .... .. ............... 4 28 Johnson, I-I. A. ........ .. ......... 80, 368, 454, 474 Johnson, H. O. ....... ............... - ....... 8 0, 382 Johnson, H. V. ........ .... ........................... 8 1 Johnson, Helen C. ...... ...,.... 4 72 Johnson, Ione M. ........ ........467 Johnson, J. C. ................. . Johnson, J. I-I. .... .. .... ..... ........454 35 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, J. L. J. R. June ..... L. A. 81, 111, 377, 466 36 256 240, 55 Johnson, M. ........ ,....,...,.,............... J 99 Johnson, Marie F. .,....,.. 81, 422, 479 Johnson, Marjorie .,., . ,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,.,,,,, 306 Johnson, Mary K. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 2 52 Johnson, O. V. , ..... ..,........,..,..,..... 4 73 Johnson, F. K. ,,... ..,...,..,....,....,.,.,, 1 69, 378, 465 Johnson, R. C. .,,.,. ,,,,,.,.,,,..,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,. 3 95 Johnson, R. J. ..... 333, 336, 381, 462 Johnson, S. ..,.,..,...... , ...,....,,...............,..,.,.,,,...,..... 327 Johnson, Sara A. ..., ....,,.......,... ........,......... 2 4 0 Johnson, T. W. ....,,..... ............................... 2 69, 298 Johnson, Virginia E. ..,,..,...............,,..,,,,,.., 456, 463 Johnson, Vivian I. ..,... .......... 1 30, 252, 295, 421, 435 Johnson, W. G. ...,. .............,..,,....,...,...... ........... 3 6 2 Johnson, W. H. ...,. ....,....,,,.....,.,.....,.,...,..,...... 4 70 Johnson, W. S. ....., ......, 8 1, 359 Johnson, W. W. ......... .................... 3 85 Johnson, Wallace A. . , ............,........., 477 Johnson, Walter A. . ..,.. .,,,.,,,, 81, 468, 476 Johnston, Charlotte H. ...................... ,.44Z Johnston, E. G. ............. ,..........,........ 2 04 Johnston, H. B. .........,. .......... 4 13, 464 Johnston, J. R. ....,...... ....,.,,, 2 56, 399 ...........416 3 ...........430 358, Johnston, L. N. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Johnston, M. Virginia ,. Johnston, Margaret C. .... .............,,....,.. . Johnstone, H. F. ........... .....,..,,,.....,.,...... . Jokiseh, Alta G. .......,.. ,,.,,,.., 2 28, 256, Jones, B. M. ......... . 428, 402 463 59 Jones, D. W. .... .. .............................. 259 Jones, Edith C. ...... ........, 3 07 Jones, Edward M. ,,,.. ,.....,.. 2 53 Jones, Eldon M. ,...., ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,. 4 68 Jones, Emily R. ...... ........................... 4 48 Jones, F. M. .............. ...............,..,......... 4 56 Jones, Fanny L. ...... ....... 422, 463, 472 Jones, G. Ii. ......... .............. . 184, 187 Jones, G. H. ,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,, 336 Jones, H. N. ,...,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 95 Jones. Helen G. ...... .................... 4 47 Jones, J. C. ......... ......... 1 64, 374 Jones, J. R. ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 8 9 Jones, Jean J. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.., ,.342 Jones, M. C. ...... ....... 3 44, 374, 478 Jones, P. D. ,..,.,.,....,..,,.... ..402 Jones. l'. H. ..... .,...,... 3 59, 460 Jones, R. H. .......... .,,..,,,,., 3 65 Jones, Robert D. ..., ............,.,, . .81 Jones, Rogers D. ....,.,..,. .,,,,., 3 84, 413 Jones, Rudard A. ..... ....,........ 3 09 Jones, Rudolph A. ......... .. 471 Jones, W. T. ..........,, .,.,,.,,,.,,,, 2 73 Jonson, B. E. ........ .......... 3 84, 401 Jordan, D. T. ...... ,..,...,.......,... 8 1, 363 Jordan, H. H. ...... ....... 3 44, 346, 414 Jordan, J. J. ,,.......... ........,.,.,.,..,,.. I 94 Jordan, Mary O. ,..... ...........,...........,.., 4 72 Jordan, R. II. ......... ........ 3 27, 336, 391 Jorgenson, A. N. .... ....... ........,......,.... 3 4 4, 479 Joseph, H. B. ................................. ........ . .386 Jushel, L. M. ..... ..,..,.... 11 1, 340, 341, 355, 3116 Jost, C. F. ,...,......,.., ...,..,.....,,,...,.,,.,...,,,,,., 11 1, 2711, 366 Jost, Lucille E. ...... 234. 215, 237, 451 Judah, L. N. ........,..............,.....,...... ,....., . .406 Judy, D. G. ................,.............. ...,.........,.,..,,.,....,. 1 31 Judy, W. H. ....,........................ ........ s 1, 340, 347, 464 JIIIIIIII' Informal Committee ....... .........,.,.......,........., I 29 lnnior Prom Connnilil-e ..,........ ..,,....,,,..,,,,,, 1 28 Junius, J. G. .......................... .......... 3 30, 371 Jurjovec, L. G. ...............,. ,,...,, .,,.., . , , 376 Juska, Aldona A. ,... ,,........ 2 41, 430 Justin, H. J. ...,...,...... ,............... 4 10 Jutton, Emma R. ..... .......,...... 4 40 Juvinall, F. M.. ,... ....,.... 3 06, 309 Karr, Frances L. ..,.. .. ........................,....., 433 Kaar, J. W. ,.,,,..,,. ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 81 Kaeser, G. A. ............ .....,... 1 30, 295, 397, 465 Kaeser, Marion A. ..... ..,......,..,.,., ,.,,...,.,,, ,,,,, 4 3 5 Kagen, M. S. ,,,,.,......,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 9 8 Kahl, M. G. .......,............. ,,,,.,,,,,,., 3 93 Kahler, Margaret M. ..... ....,,..,,..,.,, 4 33 Kahn, M. I. ,..,.,.,...,,,... ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 07 Kainz, K. H. ..........., ,,,,,,,,,, 2 11, 379 Kaizer, C. O. .,.., ,, ,,,,,,,,, A M409 Kalcheim, E. ,,,.,,, ,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 350 Kamien, I. A. ....., ,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, 4 1 5 Kaminski, P. J. ..... 45, 81, 269, 298, 299 Kamm, A. C. ........ ...,,....,..,...,.........,,,., 1 84, 186 Kanak, Marion ...... .,............ .... ,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,, 4 3 9 Kandaras, J. G. ........... ,............. 3 55, 371 Kandlik, J. R. .......................... .. .................. .. .................... 394 Kane, D. E. ........ ... .................................. .. ........... 410, 470 Kann, E. H. ....... .. ......... ................ .... .. ..... ... ........ 81, 4-13, 454 34 Kannapel, L. E. .... ...... ............... ..... ......... .......... Kanoslty, J. ............... .. ...........405 Kanter, J. B. ...... .......,.........,,,...................... ........... ..........386 Kaplan, H. ............... ....... ........... ...... .................................. 459 Kaplan, H. H. ........ .. ......... ............,.. .... .. .... .. ..... .. 204, 386 Kaplan, Mary .................... .... .... ........................... - ......... ..450 Kappa Alpha Tlzrla ....................... - ,..... .......... ................... 436 Kappa Delta ..... .............. ........,........ ...... ........-...--.............437 Kappa Delta PI ..... ......... .... ..... ... ............. .. ......... .. ............... .342 Kappa Delta Rho ....... .. .............. ,.... .... -..... ...... .. ............, 380 Kappa Kappa Gamma .... ........... ,.... ...... .. ...... .. ................... 438 Kappa Sigma ............ ....--- .......... ......... 3 81 Kappa Tau Alpha ......... ......... 3 47 Karasik. M. .......,..,.......... ....... ......... 4 0 7 Karr, D. M. ....................................,...,.. - ........................... 455 Karraker, Caroline M. ....... ,.... ....... -..-..- ....................... 267 ..23 Karraker. O. M. ............................................................. Kasbeer, C. I. .... . Kasbeer, J. G. .... . Kasch, Emily D. 399 372 458 Kasch, 11. W. ....,...,........ ...,,.,, s 1, 164, 194, 197, Karrenbrock, W. E, ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, J 65, Kassly, W. A. ........,,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 08 Kastien, H. D. ..,... . Kastner. K. M. .... . Katz, A. J. ......,........ . Katz, Gertrude E. ..... . Katz, Mildred C. Katz. Ruth ................ Katz, Sara ..... . .....,.. Katz, W. B. . ..,......,... Kamn, J. ...,... ..,.,...,.,... . K atzmann, Evelyn R. ....... Katzmann. Helen H. Kaufman, F. W. ........ Kaufman, I. W. Kavanagh, C. H. ..... . Kavolus, J. J. .,.. . Keach, M. W. .... . Kearns, C. W. .... . Keefe. J. W. ...... . Keeler, Florence ...,... Keeler, Syhilla ..,.... Keen, H. T. Keene, Lois ........ Keener, C. A. Keeton, R. W. , .......... 399 ..........44, .......,25Z, 424 1 ..l1l, 473 ........450, 455 .......-111, 471 212 ..,.,.........434 ....,...256, 451 .......45, sz, 294, 296, 410 343, 411, 458 ...........39I ...........458 442 ......,111, 437 23 3 . ....... 344, 470 34 Kehoe, M. C. ,,,,,,,,,,, 359, 465 Keil. D. I-I. ....... ....... 8 2. 264, 1111 Keil. R. W. ......... ,....,.................. 1 85 Kaillwlz, If. J. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 61, 464 KGIIII, D. I.. ....... ...,,.,... 2 56, 336, 3117 Keith, Eleanor ..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 2, 442 Keith, G. S. ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 77 Keith, Mary ............. ......... 8 2, 435 Keithley, W. ..... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 4 70 Keller, C. I. ....... ....... 3 85, 455 Keller, C. E. ,,.... ..,,,,,,,.,,,, 3 85 Keller, G. E. ......, ,,.,,,,,,, J 97 Keller, L. W. ......,..,... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 3 94 Kelley, Bernice E. ...... ,....... 2 56, 428 Kelley, Cornelia P. .... ..,,,.,,.,.... 4 31 Kelley, Florence M. .... ,,,,,,,..,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 28 Kelley, Grace ......... ....................... 8 2, 446 Kelley, J. E. ......... .........................,,.... . .1409 Kelley, Sallie ...... ....... 1 10, 234, 235, 446 Kelley, V. W. ..... , ......... ,. ....,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 467 Kellogg, J. ....... ...................................,........ 8 2 Kelly, C. ............... ................,...,..............,......,...... 1 31 Kelly, Dorothy A. .... ...,,.... 1 11, 234, 235, 256, 440 Kelly, 11. .....,....... ......... 1 10, 185, 1116, 295, 371 Kelly, F. .................. ............................ ......., 1 o 9, 367 Kelly, Margaret M. .... .................. ,........,...,...,... 4 J 0 Kelly, Thelma E. .... .......... 8 2, 307 Kelso, R. C. ....... . ..,.,, ,,,,. . ,.37l Kenlf, C. J. ...... ....... ...,.,, , , ,,,,,,, 4 12 Kemp, H. A. ......... ...............,...,.,..,.......... 3 85 Kemp, K. H. ..,........ .....,..............,,....,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Kemp, Mary I. ........... ..... . ..131, 252, 297, 436 Kendall, Betty J. .....,.. .......,.,......,........,....,.... 4 40 Kendall, Catherine A. ....., ..,.......,. 2 77, 432, 460 Kendall, Jean E. ........... .,....... 3 06, 449, 460 Kennedy, C. S. ..... ...,.......,....,....... 3 67 Kennedy, H. F. .... . Kennedy, J. F. Kennedy, J. W. ...., ........,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 78 Kennedy, Sunny ....... ....,, 4 4, 82, 431, 478 Kennedy, T. B. ..... ......,.,,,.....,,..,,,.,,,, 4 10 Kenney, H. E. ........... ....... I 86, 202 Kent, Elizabeth J. ,... ................. 4 50 Kent. N. C. .............. ..,..... 1 29, 408 Kent, R. G. ............. ......,,,,.,. 3 61 Kephart, R. E. .......... ..,.,,,,., 3 91 Kepner, Jeraldine I. ...... ............. 4 50 Kerch, R. W. .,,........... ..,,... 2 56, 359 Kerchner, C. W. ..... ......,... ,.,,........ , 8 2, 395 Kern, H. H. ........... ........................ 3 78, 459 Kern, Lucille A. ,..... , ..,..............,.,........ 241, 472 Kern, Mary E. ....... 234, 256, 306, 447 Kerns, A. F. ...... ............. ................... , . ,206 Kerns. L. A. ..... ........................................... 1 31, 297, 411 Kerpan, J. P. ................,................,.........,..........,..,.. 364, 455 Kerr, Dorothy L. .... 47, 82, 141, 254, 308, 421, 425, 471 Kerr, F. Mildred .... .... ........................................................ 3 07 Kerr, W. H. .................................................... 374, 455, 458 Kershaw, Mary C. .... ...................,.... 241 Kervey, Mary G. ........,.. 129, 442 Kerwin, Naomi I-1. ......,.....,..,...,..,., ..,..... ....,.... . . N431 Kessler, H. ................. ..............................................,...,..... 4 75 Kessler, L. M. ......... ........ 8 2, 305, 340, 343, 455, 456 Ketchum, M. S. .......... ...............,...,...,....,,.,...,......, 1 44, 469 Ketel, June E. ................. ........................ ........... 4 5 0, 472 Keusink, Virginia M. .... .......... 8 2, 438 Keyes, D. B. .,..... , ......... ....,,,. 3 58, 468 Keyes, W. J. .... ............., ..82 Keyser, D. B. .... . Kibbey, D. E. ......... .............82, 395 265 455 Kibler, J. D. . ............. .. ...... .. ...... .. ...................... Kieltman, K. W. ....... .... ......... ......... ... .......... .. ................. ...306 Kientzle, Elizabeth L. M... .... ..-.... ..... .... ....... 240, 472, 476 Kientzle, Mary J. ......... ................. .. ...... -...... .... ....-..-...347 Kleraeh, T. A. ......... ...-... .......... -.....,.............................331 Kilbert, R. H. .... ...... .. ...... .. .... ..-.... ..... .............................273 ltlllsy, 11. ..- ......... ..... - ..... - .... , ..- ........ -..- .................. -462 Kiler, C. A. .................. ...... ...... .. ...... .......... .......... ...........267 Kiler, Ercilia H. ..... .... ....... ...... .... ........,..- ........ .... .. .... 4 42 Kiley, Catherine ........ ......- .................... .............. 4 51 Kilroy. Elizabeth M. .... ....... L ..... ....-.. ..................... 256, 445 Kiltz, W. R. .... .... .. ......................................... ............. . Kimball, Carolyn ................... 83, Kimball, Harriet Kimball, P. E. .... Kimball, P. W. ..... . 230, 231, 279, 436, .. 83 478 241 455 .. ................ 83, 273, Kimbell, Mary A. ......... ......,........ 2 56, 438 Kimble, Margaret J. ....................,,,,,,,.,. ,307 Kincy, W. W. ............ ............................,,.,......,.,. 4 02 Kinderman, R. I-I. .... ................. 8 3, 340, 343, 374 King, A. 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E. ........... .......344, INDEX OF PERSONS AND Booxs-Continued 4 326, 364, 416 479 476 fffffff5'3'6Q"'3'94'." , ..1.....416 80 ......,...309 465, 474 387, 456 387, 471 . ..,...... 365 .......83, ..........477 273 34 403 Kinsey, U. G. .................. 1 ....... 83, Kinsey, Virginia A. .,.., ..,......... 4 42 Kinzer, R. E. .1.- ......... ........,..... . 135 Kipp, Karlene M. .... ...,..... 4 72, 476 Kirby, Mary C. ,,..... ..........................................,...... 8 3, 434 Kirk, A. E. . ...,,............,..............,.....,..,.... ,. ........... 396, 477 Kirk, Helen J. ..........,. 128, 129, 227, 238, 270, 292, 415 Kirkpatrick, C. ....... .. .............,........,,,..,......,......,....,....,..... 346 Kirkpatrick, D. E. ......,......... 83, 326, 334, 368, 468, 479 Kirkpatrick, J. R. ...... .................... i ..,.....,.....,,.... , ......... 3 05 Kirkpatrick, L. ...... .........,......................,.............. 3 40 Kirkpatrick, T. B. ...... ......,..... 3 68 Kirley, D. C. ,..,... ..,,......,.... .391 Kistler, S. S. ,...... ....... ............,...,.. 4 6 8 Kitch, E. A. .............,.,... .......... 3 30, 365 Kitchell, Velma I. ........ ......... 3 07, 477 Kitterman, M. Lenore ...........,.... 428 Klapperich, Marie V. ,... . ........ 83, 429 Klass, Sara ...........,.......... ........ . 347 Klawans, S. D. ............. ,.... . ..1386 Kleckner, Ladync E. ..... ......... 4 72 Kleene, R. D. ......... ,..... ........... 8 3 Klehm, C. G. ....... ... ......... 470 Klein, E. L. .... ...... 8 3 Klein, G. R. ............ ..,.... 8 3 Klein, H. S. .... - ...,.... ............ 3 98 Klein, O. C. ....... ........,....,... ..358 Klimck, S. W. ....... .........................,........... I 86 Kline, Ethel A. ..... .............................. 2 53, 424 Kline, K. E. ........ 83, 214, 329, 335, 379 Kline, S. N. .... ..........,.....,....................... 3 86 Kline, W. S. ..,....,.... .............................. ....... 4 1 5 Klingel, R. L. ............... .,...... 1 30, 213, 295, 413 Klingner, Mary E. ..... , ...............................,. 432 Klockau, R. A. ...,... ..... ......... - ............. 1 ..... 366 Kloos, Alyee E. ...,............ ........... 4 44, 460, 463 Klopfenstein, W. P. ..... ,.... ..........., ....... .. ....... 4 5 5 Kluberg, J. W. .............. .,....... 2 56, 346, 367, 455 Knappenberger, T. G. .................... 384, 390 Knauer, R. L. .............. ................ 3 96 Knecr, L. B. ....,.....,. ..... - .... 4 10 Kneer, Leora P. ............................... .,430 Kneier, C. M. - .............. - ...... - ...,...... .362 Knight, A. R. ...-. ........ 276, 344, 405, 470 Knight, Betty A. .. ..................................... 229 Knight, H. B. ....... . ........,.......... :or Knight, J. W. . ,.,... - ....,..., 251, 390 Knight, W. A. ..,.,....... ...,...,............... 1 84 Knipp, Barbara M. ..... . Knipp, C. T. .........,.. . Knnvrek, R. M. .... . Knowles, Knowlton, P. C. ...., . Knildsen, W. N. ..... . J. H. .... . Koch, D. R. ........... Koch, Ruth R. .... . Koehler, Jean E. ..... . Koehler, K. W. Koehm, Helen L. ..... . Koelz, S. E. ...... . Koerner, R. B. ......... 1 Koessler, J. ...............,... . Kohl, Virginia A. . ....... Kohlstcdt, Ethelyn D. Kohn, B. B. ............,,... . Kohn, Martha L. .... 1. Kohner, M. ...... . Kokes, W. J. ,.... ..... . Kolar, R. C. ............. . Kolb, Pauline E. .....,.... Kollar Carol n G. ..... . v 3' Koller, Edna ............. Koller, Elizabeth .......... Koller, Margaret C. ..... . Kuminik, E. A. ..... . Konehal, E. C. .......... . Konopasek, F. L. ...,. . Konozo, S. .............. . Koors, Mary M. ..,. . Korshak, Jane E. .,..,... . Korsmo, Marian M. Kosinski, Wanda F. .... . Koslor, E. F. ..........., 1 Kostka, J. G. ........ . Koucky, J. D. .,.... . Kovach, Irene C. ..... . Kovacic, C. R. ...... . Kovacic, I. ............ . Kovler, Rosella ...., Kowalski, A. J. ..,. 1 Kozul, R. M. .,.,....... . Kraehenbuehl, J. O. Kraemer, Marie C. ..... . Kraft, F. W. ...,........ . Kramer, C. ............ . Kramer, R. B. ....... ..... Krase, N. W. ............... .. Kraxs-Kcxtin, I. H. ....., . Kratz, A. P. ....,...,.... . Kratz, J. P. ,,..... 1 Kraus, Ruth J. Krebs, K. F. ....,.. . Krefft, H. H. .... . Kreft, A. J. ...,... . Kreig, Opal I. ....,.. . Kreim, Evelyn L. .... . Kreisel, I. G. ..... .- .,,...,.,........,,.... 435 ....1.1344, 470, 252, 478 356 1 .,... , .........,. . ........ 8 2 ..,...128, 237, 83 , 230, 292, 231, 443 436 241 84 .........408 .........395 45 1 - ...... ........ ..... 8 4 386 .........84, 421, 424 9 8 435 ........84, 56, 306, 451 475 1 ...... 114, 343, ..,,......134 458 455, 412 , 347 3 1 , 256, 443 435 ..- ......,.... 84, 7241" .11.....,84, 241 ....84 4511 465 34 ..........252 .....,....459 2 08 , 462 .........1424 372 194, ..........I30 344, 402 211, 411 65 ..........408 309 , 4 8 358, 305, 356, 0 468 306 476 . ..,. 1 ,... 163 .........84, 340, 450 346 470 134 ..448 426 383 Kreml, R. F. . ............ . Krevis, Doris G. .... . Kriegsman, J. C. ..... Krissman, M. W. Kroesch, D. E. ..... . Krogh, Elva L. 1 ...... .. Krouse, Ruth T. ,... . Krows, Mary E. ........... Krueger, Louise S'. ..... . Krug, Alice M. .......... . 3 1 , 297, . ...... 14, 109, 331, 363 426 362 ..84 455 ...,......439 0 425 56, .,........,..445 Krughoff, Eleanor L. ...... .......24l, Kruss, C. H. ............... . Krusemark, A. H. Kubick, F. R. Kubitz, O. A. ..... 1 Kubota, H. M. Kuehn, Ethel ......... Kuehn, O. R. ........... Kutfel, Frances E. Kugler, Saerree ....... Kuhlman, A. F. ..... Kuhn, Betty A. .... . Kuhn, C. W. ........ . Kuhn, L. B. ...,. . Kuhn, Ruth J. ......... Kuhn, Kuhnen, Kathryn Kunda, E. C. ...- ........... Kunda, H. S. ............ Kuney, J. B. ......... . Kuntz, C. Kunz, Annamarie ..1-... Kunz, Margaret . ..... ,. Kunzer, P. J. ......... Kurek, A. T. ........ . Kurt, Helen J. ............... . Kurtz, Bonnie M. ............ . Kurrzon, Sylvia ,,..... ... .....,... Kuschel, B. M. Kush, A. J. ..... ....... Kusz, W. K. .... ........ .. Kutzer, C. M. . ........ Kutzer, M. M. ............. . Kyles, Catherine Labant, J. ,........ . Lackey, G. A. .... 1 Ladd, Ruth H. .,.. . Laifonn, C. R. .... . LaKaff, G. L. ....... . I.ake, R. W. ..... . Lamb, D. E. ......... Lamb, W. S. ...-.... .... Lambda Clai Alpha ........ Lambert, R. V. ........... . 1.ambird, D. K. ...... . I.a Mon, D. M. ..... Lamplough, C. E. Landborg, W. F. ......... Landenbcrger, L. G. .,... . Landfield, Rose C. Landgraf, R. I. ...-.. Landis, P. N. ............ . W. ....................... . M. .... , ....ff1hi4. 308 467 409 3 6 .....-...475 . ,...... 131, . .... 441 404 240 441 ..........379 ..........436 26 . ...... 85, 127, 251, 270, 424 444 H. ....., ....... 2 56, 35 5 5 , ...,....307, 347, 357 433 433 ..,..,..,229, 307, . .... .....306 435 .......253, 424 .......336, 459 394 L .........,409 ...1....1.409 ..........240 194 ..........400 ..........436 263 Lake, Julia M. ...... 1 ...... 127, 226, 227, 229, 262, 279, 431, 463, 5 , 478 405 357 ....... 359 .- ....... 382 . .,....... 455 ....1..1..382 5 ..........364 3 2 .....1....269 .........408 . .... , ..,.....,.......,... .390 Landmeier, V. O. ............ ,.,.... ........................ 1 8 9 Landsneas, Marjorie A. ..... ......... 8 5, 296, 307, 430 Lang, A. L. .................... ...... .........,............... 3 6 7 Lang, Edith K. .... ....... 2 56, 426 Lang, G. B. .......... ............. 4 61 Lang, Lucile M. ...... 1 Langdon, W. M.. ...,. Lange, G. E. ............ . 378 5 , Langehartel, W. W. .... ......... 3 05, Langford, F. H. .... . Langham, D. W. .... . Langham, H. D. ...... 1 Langhorst, K. F. .... . Langley, J. H. Langwill, J. S. ..... . Lanncrt, E. F. ..... . Lannerud, E. ......... . Lanphier, P. H. .,..... . Lansford, W. M. I.anterman, J. B. ..... . J. W. ....... . Lantz, Lantz, May V. ..... . Lape, A. F. ................ . Lapinski, Barbara ......... Large, J. R. ........... - Large, J. W. ......... . ....,.....277 346 306, fffffffffiil' .......11.273 370, 3 26, QIQQIfiiiE9Q"'1E6."'1'5'4'I' Large, Ruth E. ....... -1... ....................,.............,.. Larimer, John R. ......... ... ...... 85, 265, 343, 402, 33 1 , 45 5 ,409 277, 367 399. 473 69 5 8 332 , 3 3 6 469 364, 45 5 2 56, 38 5 5 ..........305 1.1,..1,,.447 ..........405 09 ..... ..436 458 455, I.arkin, Geraldine H. ........ ..,,... - .............. .. ...........,....... 4 31 LaRn1, G. H. .... ........... ....... ............ 1 8 4 , 188, 401 Larrabee, D. M. ,..... . ...................................... 41, 346, 397 Larson, Betty J. ........,....................,............. - ................... 439 Larson, C. . ............................. 251, 326, 330, 409, 457 Larson, If. M. ..... ........ 8 5, 164, 203, 207, 309, 372, 469 Larson, H. F. .,.... ...................... .. .....,.....,......,....... 1 ........ 3 70 Larson, James A. ..... .....,.,.................,.............................. 4 10 Larson, John A. ..... ................. 3 78 Larson, R. A. ....... .1-...355, 401 1.arson, R. F. .... ............. 3 44 Lary, 11. J. .............. .......... 3 97 I.aSage, C. H. ...... .......... 1 34 Lasky, S. ,....,.... .......... 2 69 Lasky, S. M. ...... .......... 3 98 Lana, J. D. .,............ ....,...............,..,...... 4 00 Lattuada, H. P. ...... .................................. 1 34 Latzcr, T. F. ......... ....... 8 5, 265, 343, 404 Laubcr, R. R. ...,....... ........................ 374, 455 Laurence, D. E. ......... ......................................... 3 94 Laurence, Evelyn M. ...... ..... 1 .127, 255, 421, 425, 463 Lauvetz, F. R. .......... .......11........1.............,...... 4 02 La Valle, Marjorie A. .... ...............,........1... ...,..1,,.. 2 4 1 Law, G. C. ............1...... ...,.......1..1.1........................,..,. 2 02 Law, M. Virginia ....... ..,.,,,...........,......,,.,..,.........,........ 2 39 Law, S. H. ................ ,........ 2 62, 263, 271, 413, 457 Lawrence, D. E. ......1..1. ........,,.....,........1 - ......,.,,,,,....,. 4 55 Lawrence, Dorothy H. ......... - ................... 85, 233, 237, 423 Lawson, Alexander E .... ......... 4 4, 85, 141, 262, 263, 291 314, 316, 324, 325, 326, 328, 334, 336, 369 Lawson, Mary F. .,..,,,.....,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 232, 467 Lawson, R. C. 1 ...... - .......,.............,,,.,,.,..... - ..11..,,..,,,1, 374, 474 Lawton, Lucy M. ..,., .,,,1,,,,,,,, 2 40 Layer, Robert W. ,.,.............,..,... ..411 Layer, Russell W. ..... ,,,.,.....,... ,..1...1 , .,,,,.., 3 8 1 Layman, N. H. ..... ....... 4 6, 86, 385, 457 Lazar, E. ............,,... ,,,,..,,,.,.,,,,.......,,,.,, 3 98 Lazear, R. W. ............ ,..... .......... 3 8 9, 476 Le C1-role Francais ....... .1 ............. 473 Leach, M. S. ......,...... .,....,. 1 69, 396 Leach, Nancy L. .,.,. - ,.... .186, 241 Leach, S. B. 1.....1,....1. . ...1,.,..,.......... 384, 387 Lease, Mary M. ........ ......... 131, 297, 450 Leasure, Frances E. ,1........,.......,.... 446 Leavitt, A. H. 1..1...... ,... .......1,1,....,.,,... 4 0 7 Leavitt, Frances L. ...... ..........,.,..............,, 4 41 Leavitt, M. R. ..1........ .,............................... J 116 Ledbetter, G. W. ...... ......... 8 6, 164, 202, 394 Lee, F. E., Jr. .......... ........... 2 51, 387, 456 I.ee, Helen L. .............. ....... 3 07, 308, 422 Lee, R. Elizabeth ..... ..1..,...... 2 53, 422 Lee, R. T. .........11..... ....... .............. ....,,.,.................,,,. 4 6 8 Leeap, Lulu K. .... ...- .........1 - ............1..,...,.............,,.,..... .451 Leepcr, C. K. ...,......,...... 45, 16, 294, 296, 395, 457, 466 Leesman, Wilma .............................,............,.,..........1 131, 241 Lefkowitz, Cecille , .... . ......................... ,....... 4 24, 473 Lehmann, A. S. ,..1... ..... .........................,. .. ..................... 3 7 8 Lehmann, E. W. ....................... - ..............1.1.........1 345, 467 Lehmann, Margaret L. ........ 127, 239, 241, 298, 299, 472 Lehmann, Mary 13. ........ .- .1........ - ...... 241, 307, 460, 472 Lehmpuhl, R. 1-1. ....... .,....... s 6, 314, 116, 325, 326, :za 330, 336, 403 kehnerer, G. J. .......... .1....................................... 8 6, 468 eiken, I. I. .......................1....................... - ...........1.. - ....... 408 Leisenring, Mary J. .........1 127, 252, 347, 432, 463, 479 Leiter, E. S. ,............ .....................,,,.....1....,,,,.......,,.... . 376 Leiter, O. C. ........... ...................... 3 47, 392, 460, 464 LeMarr, J. D. ......,.,. ...1.......,....1............ 1 28, 292 Lembke, Henrietta .... .1 .......1.1.......,..,........,......,,,..,..... 434 I.emen, Orian G. ..1....... ......... 8 6, 278, 307, 308, 440 Lempke, Marjorie I. ...... .........1. 8 6, 233, 236, 422, 467 Lentlrum, J. T. ....... 63 Leo, F. K. .1.1....,.....1.... - ...... - ........,.... .......,... s 6, 387 Leonard, Helene A. .1..11............... - ........... 86 Leonard, Maria .......,,... .....1........,,... 4 0, 347, 442 Leonard, R. S. ....,,.......... ....... . .278, 305, 306, 475 Leonard, Thelma V. ...... ..........,.,...,.....111......,.,...,,. 2 40 Leonard, W. H. .11..,..... ...........,.......... - ..,... - ........... 3 97 Leppla, P. W. .1......... -..... .... ................1.... . 358 Lerner, B. A. ........... 45, 86, 383 Lerner, C. J. ..,. ..... .. .,.334, 336, 406 Lerner, G. P. .... ....................,.... 11 6, 312 Lescher, F. M. ..... ....... 3 05, 363, 471, 477 Leslie, C. R. ..1..... ............,,... , , ....... - ....,.,,,. ,380 Leslie, Jean T. .,...,.. ...............,.............,...,,....,... 4 35 Lessel, J. G. ............. .... .. ..1..........................1. 253, 373 Leutwiler, O. A. ...,... ......,.... 2 48, 344, 397, 476, 479 Leurwiler, R. W. ..... .. ,,.......1.......,.,...... ,...397, 476 Levenson, Katy .,...... .......... ..,,...........1,.,,,,....,, 4 5 5 Leverenz, C. W. .1.. .1...... 1 35 Levin, R. H. ...... ........ 3 46 Levin, S. E. ........ ....,,.. 3 05 Levine, June ............ ..,.........1.. ,,,.. 1........ 4 4 I Levinson, M. L. .... ,.,.,,1.,,...,......,.,.,...,,,, 3 98 Levis, Irene I'. ..... ...... . 252, 257, 431, 478 Levitas, S. ............... . .......... 86, 273, 455 Leviretz, A. I. .,..,. ......,............... 3 60, 462 Levy, A. M. .......... ....... s 6, zss, 333, 336 1.evy, H. ............ .......11....,.,.....1.,..... 4 61 I1evy, June V. ...... ..- ..,,.. ,. .1........,.. 424 Levy, M. W. .... ........., 2 73, 333, 471 Lew, Rae .....,... ...........,.....,........,.. 4 50 Lewers, C. R. ....1.. - ........,..,.1................1,.......,.......... - ....... 385 Lewis, Alta H. .........1..,,.............,.....1.... 86, 307, 3011, 478 Lewis, 11. c. .,..1.......,... 46, as, 138, 164, 194, 415, 457 Lewis, F. ......................................,........,1.....,1,..................... 273 Lewis, Fleta E. ...,....,.......1 1...., .... 1.....,.... ,..... 1... ...1.,,,,,.,., 4 5 0 Lewis, Genevieve G. ......... 442, 463 Lewis, J. A. ............... ,,,,,,.,....... 3 94 Lewis, Jeannette .... ......., 4 27 Lewis, I.ucile M. .... .,,.,.., 2 40 Lewis, Mary E. ....1...1 ...........1...,................ 4 38 Lewis, Marjorie L. .1..............1,,.........,,.,.. .1426 Lewis, N. A. 1......... ........ . 396, 398, 408, 462 Lewis, R. C. ...... ...1 1..,. ,..,..1. ,..,.....1,.,,1,,, 3 8 7 Lewis, W. J. ...... ..., . ......,.... 3 84 Lewis, W. T. .... ....... ....,,.........1.....,.....,, 3 4 1 Lewy, Eleanor ........ ..........,...,........1.........,1111.,. 4 43 Leydig, Ruth E. .... ......1.1 .. .,,,1..1.............,,,,.. 8 7, 449 LCYIIC, NIIDITI1 L. .......1 .1........ 8 7, 232, 233, 236, 451 Lieberman, H. G. ,.... .,,......,.....,.,..,....,,.1.,, 2 56, 273 Lieberman, J. B. ..... ......... 4 6, 87, 1311, 250, 263 273, 341, 346, 464 Liehling, N. R. .1..1.....,,....1...11...,,..,.,..1,,.,..,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,386 1.icrman.,W. J. ...... ........... . 262, 263, 270, 327, 334, 395 I.iesendahl, Grace L. ..,1.....,...,1........,....,,...,.,,.., 253, 147, 451 Lifschultz, Nora D. ..............,... .,,,.,.,.,11,,,,,.1, 1 1,,,, , ,441 Lifvendahl, R. A. ,,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Light, P. A. ....................,.. ..,,,,, ,,,,,....,,,1,,,,,,,,, 4 0 2 Lightbody, Katherine L. .... ........,......., 2 33, 238, 253, 431 Liliequist, Jeannette I. .,..........1,......1.....1,., 1 .,,.,... - ...,,,, 87, 440 I1incicome, A. ,....,.........1...,...,,,1...........,.,,,,,,,. ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 41 l.indberg. L. L. .,... - ..1........ 126, 164, 168, 170, 392, 459 Lindeborg, R. G. ,... ......,.,..,,,....,11,,....1.,,,,,,,.,,.,..,,1,,,,,, 4 01 I.1l'ldCl', W. W. 1 ..... - ....... 45, 87, 355, 382, 457 L1l'K5g1'el'l, J. M. .... ...........,,,,,.,. 1 68, 358, 3115 Lindgren, R. F. ..... ...,.,. 8 7, 194, 414, 4611 Lindl, G. J. ....,,... ,..,,,11,,,.,,,,,,..,,,, 11 7, 471 Lindley, T. A. ........ ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,.,, 3 26 Lindner, W. G. .... ,,,,,,,,,, 11 7, 371 Lindsay, A. M. 1 ..... .1.,.... 2 56, 369 I1ine, C. E. ......... ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 11 7 Linehan. J. J. ...... ........ 1 93, 468 Page 504 Lines, Helen C. ,,.. . Linicome, D. R. Link, Mary M. Linn, F. A. . ......, .. Linton, W. E. Lipman, li. A. ,... . Lippe, l. S. ..... . Lippold, J. A. .... . Lipscomb, L. H. Lipscomb, Ruth Lipson, l'. N. .,.... . Linton, H. H. Litman, S. .,........... . Litlcll, Florence ..... Liucll, W. j. ...... . Liule, L. P. ..... . Little, R. B. ......., . INDEX OF PERSONS AND B0OKS1C01'lfi7ZltL'd . 87, 434 ,..,......474 451 .405, 478 355, 396 ....,.....269 46 473 .. ..... 336, ...,..........433 .. .,.,... ................. 4 63 ........340, 343 272, 333 ..........305, 306, 387, 465 ..,............277, 330, 359 Little, R. M. ......... ............................... J B4 Little, R. R. .............. ........... 2 77, 359 Liulc, Roberta V. ...... ...,.........,...,.... 2 40, 472 Little, Thalia C. ..... . ......................... .... .... 4 5 2 l.l!Kl0!0n, A. C. ...... .. ........ 343, 372, 454, 458 Litvin, A. ......................... ................................... 3 H3 Livengood, Pauline E. ..... .......... ...... 4 7 2, 476 Livesay, W. C. .............. .......... - -332 Livett, S. ............. -----...- 404 Lloyd, J. H. ..... ....... 3 56 Lloyd, J. W. ..... ...... 3 45 Lloyd, R. L. ....... . .............-.. .377 Lobraico, F. D. .... ..-...........-------..-. 3 83 Locke, Imogene ..... ............ 8 7. 440. 472 L1u'kr Manor .... ..... .------.--.-,----Y------ ,------- 2 4 1 Locke, Virginia .......... . ..... 87, 421, 447, 476 Lockhart, Pearl R. ........ -----.-..------------------- 4 73 Lockwood, W. W. ..... --------- l 34 Lodge, Louise F. ........ -.-.------.--- 4 39 Loeb, Pearl .............. ----------.------- 4 43 Loecher, Helen B. ...... ---.-. 4 72- 475 Loeff, Elinor B. ------------.-------.---- .-.443 Logan, Alera E. ...... . .-.----- . .------- ,-.-.-- ----- A - -240 Logan, Eloise E. ...... ..----- 3 7. 446- 472. 479 Logan, G. H. ....... ---.------.--.-..---.- 3 35- 545 Logan, J. M. ......... ................... B 8. 395 Logan, O. Mary ..... .-.-.--- -..-----.A---- 4 5 0 1,,,,,,,,, T, M, ,,,,,,.,, ......... s s, 206, -me Logli, J. H. ......... - ..---Y--- .331 275 Logsdon, E. R. ............ --------A--------- l 5, Lohman, Helen M. .... - .f-- -------..----- 2 40 Lohman, W. ...............- --.-Y-----A-----------'-A 3 75 Lohmann, K. B. ............. -..-.--.-------.-- 3 75- 477 Luhnes, Dorothy M. ...... ..-...---. 4 23. 453- 47l Loman, T. .... . ........ . .-.... --------4f--.--------- F -W4 Long, B. M. -------f -----4'--- - 39' Long, C. L. ..... -'---- A4-'--- 4 7 'l Long, C. S. ..... ------- ll 81 381 Long, G. C. ..... v --------f U4 Long, J. A. ..... -------,----- 4 ll Lung, L. F. .................. - ------- 185: 460 Long, L. .................-- ----'-----4-'--'--------- 4 01 Longrnire, F. Helen ..... - .-.---.------.-----------. 425 Longo, M, A, ,,,,..,,,,,, ........,.. z 69, 298, 411 Longworth, W. W. .... ---..-. -4-------.4f----------"- 4 0 3 Look, Lornalaeth M. ..... ..------- 2 33. 235: 217- Ml Loomis, A. R. ............ ....--- ---.-------.--A--4'ff'----- 3 9 9 Loomis, D. E. ..................- ------,-- ---'------- 3 3 l Lopez Diaz, Judith A. ------. 423 Lorenz, J. A. ................. ------ 3 34 Lorenz, R. F. ................ '----f 3 34 Loring, Sarah H. .... "----- 4 27 l.nrtz, J. B. ............ f-----f 3 36 Loncks, Elizabeth .... --,--- 2 73 Laurie, Elinor ........ ------ 4 23 Love, li. I. .................... '----- 4 77 Lowe, P. G. ..................... --4---'------------'-f 8 ll Luwenstein, Harriet J ----.-.----- -------" - 424 Lowry, Carolyn S. .......... --.-...--- 2 301 240- 347 1,,,,,,,., J, E, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,..,.......,,. 1 99, 477 Lowry, Marjorie N. ..... --------4-'-------- 3 nl Lnwy, H. A. ................ ,---------------- 2 79 Loyd, E. H. .............. -.------.-- 3 35. 375 Lulvy, W. C. .......-.--.----..- --------- -------------" 3 6 l Lncier, O. W. ..................... ---.. - 204- 335. 345 Luekhnrdt, Elizabeth M. -------. l27- 252- 450 l.1nlers, R. H. ................-.- --l- --.-----r---------- 539 Ludlow, R. H. .....------- ------- -------' 5 l 7 I.ue!h, F. X. ................ ---------- J 35 Lueucher, A. Betty ...-. 4 .---.------- 435 Lnerzelschwab, E. J- ..... ------.-.-.-----f------A--.----' 3 44- 469 Luctzelschwala, R. O. .........-.-..--------------------- ---A--------------- 9 3 Lukas, G. E. ................... .......-. 3 43. 334. 397. 455. 453 l.ukes, R. V. .............. -----.---.-4.-------4---------- ------------- 3 4 0 Lulinski, C. B. -------------.----4------------------- Y- Ml l.umhauis, J. C. ..... .. ----------...---- 2551 327- 334 Lummis, I. L. ...... ......... 3 I5, 327, 335, 409 l.nnd, J. H. .... ..... -----4--------------------------- - 3 55 Lundem, E. P. ...... ----------------------------- A-374 Lnndgrcn, C. L. ..... ---,-.---------------------- l 96 Lnndgren, E. S. .... ......... I 30. 295. 357 Lnndquist, L. E. ...... .............. 2 56- 372 lalmlquist, W. E- ..-- ----'----------'----- 3 is Lunncy. J- F- ---.------- ---------4---' 5 09 Luungo, D. R. ......... ........,....... 4 51 Luster, Helen J. ..... .-.--.-.. U 3, 444 Lum, Margaret ................. ...... . .1 ..............------.-...---. ---- - ----.f 4 72 Lux. Margaret L. ...........---------.-.------.. - -----.------------------------- 434 l.yLlLl0n, Rulll A. Ill, 230, 231, 276, 421, 427, 463, 478 1,y.1y, C. M. .,.. ......,..................... ....................... -.......--..-. 4 1 1 8 Lydy, Rebecca A. ........................... Sli. 234. 235. 237- 425 Lyerla, ll. . ..............- --.----4.----------f---.-- f--- -4--------- ll ll Lyman, Helen L. ..... -----..--. 2 26, 307, 4251 443 1,,,,,,,,, R, C, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.....,,.. 1 nr, 404, 455 Lyman, T. M. ............ ------------ ------f.--f------ 3 ll ll Lynch, Genevieve M. .... ---------.---.-.----- 3 'll Lynch, R, P. ,,.,,......... -.-... 3 97. 463 Lynch, T. P. ............. -----.--.---- 2 73 Lynch, W. B. ...... --------------- ll 8 Lynn, H. S. ...... ---f----------- 4 H I,,,,,,, K, C, ,,,, ...,..340, 3117 Lyon, VV. R. .......... --------3---- 3 96 Lyons, June M. ---.. -445. 47l 1'age 505 Lyzle, B. .... , Lyzlc, Edith ..... ,...... s s, 230, 231, 431, 461 McAllister, Kathryn M. ..... ,,,,,,,, 2 41 McAllister, W. G. ........,. , ,,,,.,, 194 McAulcy, Grace ,.,.........,, ,,,,,,,, J 01 McAvoy, Sally ..................... ........ 4 36 McBride, Elizabeth A. ..... ........ 4 29 McBride, Margaret E. ..... .,,,.,.. 4 22 McCabe. F. S. .................. .,...,,. 3 96 McCabe, L. C. .... .,...,,,. ,......... 4 7 3 McCabe, W. .................. .......,..,,..,.,...,. 4 62 McCain, K. D. ................ ...,,,,....,.... 2 63, 269 McCalley, V. A. ............,..,,. ...,,... B 8, 329, 334 McCalIister, Lillian A. ..... .........,.....,...... 3 47 McCammon, Dorothy l. .,.,...,. 241, 472 McCann, Doris M. ....,,.. ..,.....,,.,,..............,, 4 28 McCann, W. C. .... .. ..........,,........,...,........... 403 McCannon, J. S. ...... ......... B X, 259, 331, 408 McCarthy, R. H. ..... .,... ,..,. .,.,..,...,........,, 3 8 4 McCarthy, W. ........... McCarty, C. N. ....... . McCarty, Elizabeth E. McCarty, F. .................... . McCarty, Jane E. ....... ....... . .........256, 431 . .............. 342 McCaskill, Margaret J. ..... ...........,. 8 9, 432 McCaskilI, O. L. ............... ....,..,... - ...384, 387 McCauley, Marcella E. ...... ......., 8 9, 421, 429 McCauley, Marjorie .......... ..........,...,......,....... 2 40 McClain, Ruth G. ........ ....... 8 9, 347, 463, 479 McClara, E. Alberta ............. ,,,,..,.,...,.,,,,,,,..... 4 77 McClellan, XV. R. ............,....... ,....,...,,, 4 08 MacClinchic. Elizabeth I. ...... .,..,,..,...... 4 49 MacClintock, C. .......,.,...,.,..... ,... .,,,,,,.,.,,,. J 7 3 McCloskey, T. R. ............... .,..,,,.. 2 57, 402 McClure, L. M. 1 ,,.,,, ,,,.,, , ,399 McClure, L. S. .... ...,,,, B 9, 326 McClure, M. T. ....... ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1, 410 McCollum, H. D. ,,,. ,, ,..,,. 336, 455 McConnell, G. A. .. .....,.,,,,,,,,.., 365 McConnell, G. M. .... ....... . 4l0, 465 McConnell, L. R. ,,., , ,,.....,.., 343, 365 McCormack, D. E. ...... McCormick, A. G. ...., ........ ,l30, McCormick, Luella McCormick, Mary C. McCoy, B. S. ................. . McCoy, Mary J. .,.... . McCoy, O. J. ..... 295, R. .,,. . 416 ,470 59 477 5 9, McCoy, R. H. ...,... ..........,.... 3 58 McCristal, K. J. ,.,,. ,,..,, ..,,,, 2 0 s, 459 McCroskey, R. P. .... ..........,..... 2 77, 372 McCulloch, H. W. .....,.., 89, 397, 468 McCully, T. H. .... .....,......,......,,.,, B 9 McDaniel, L. L. .... .......,.. 3 27, 330 McDaniel, S. F. ........,...,. ..335 McDavid, E. T. ........ ,,,... .... 3 5 5, 399 McDermith, C. W. ...... ......,..... 3 42 McDonald, D. ......,........... ............,,,.... J 85 McDonald, J. J. ................. ..,.,..,............,. 3 92 MacDonald, Myrtice L. ..... .........,....,.,...,..., 2 40 McDonough, R. K. ............ ........ 3 I5, 329, 333 McDorman, J. A. ...... ,.................,. . 3.89 McDougal, B. S. ..,. .. ......... 89, 305, 478 McDougal, M. S. .......... ................,,.,.. 3 Rl McDowell, Carrie G. ................. 434, 463 McDowell, P. W. ...... ...... 3 05, 405, 475 Mcliachern, C. A. .......... ........ . . 395 McEvoy, Jean C. ,..... Mcliarland, J. A. .... . 252, 433 Mcliarland, J. B. ............ ........ .. 455 Mclfedries, G. W. ............... ......... 2 52, 369 McG:1ughcy, D. S. .................. ......... 2 65, 359 MeGaughey, Dorothy D. ..... .................. 4 76 McGeough, J. J. ................. . ........ 185, 269 McGill, Helen T. ............. ..............................., 8 9, 430 McGinty, Clara F. ........ .................... . ....252, 425, 471 McGlade, Charlorte A. - ....... 129, 292, 426, 460, 471 McGlasson, S. H. ............. ......................,..................., 3 82 McGlathery, W. R. ................. .................. ................... 3 7 0 McGorray, Catherine ..... ........ 4 42 McGowan, E. ...,....... ..... ..,...., 3 7 2 McGowen, N. R. ............ ........... ........ . . .372 MacGregor, Anna K. ...... .................. 8 8, 435 McGnigan, Mary J. ...... ........ 1 27, 252, 422 McGuire, XV. D. ....... ................................. 3 70 McH:1le, Julie ..... ..................................... 8 9 MeHard, A. ....... ......... ll 9, 309, 329, 353 Mcllvoy, J. C. ....... ................................. 2 02 Mclninch, N. M. ....... ............................. 3 59 Mclntire, Alice L. .............................. ... .......................... 89 Mclntyre, Catharine P. ........ ....... ............................. H 9 , 437 Mclnryre, Mary A. ............................ 44, 45, 47, 89, 142 226, 239, 240, 263, 290, 291 McKeag, W. R. .... ........................ .. ... ........................ 374 McKee, B. M. ........ ................. ............................. 3 7 9 McKee, I.. ...................... ................................. 4 55 McKee, Margery E. ...... .... .. ...B9, 342, 438, 463 McKee, Mary A. ....... ..................... .... . ...... 4 7 6 McKenzie, F. ................... ................. ......... . . .364 McKenzie, Marion L. .... ........... - ......... . ................. 2 34, 235 McKenzie, Mary L. ................................................ 307, 451 Mcliinlay, Clarabelle ........... 130, 228, 252, 295, 438, 463 MrKinlry Frunulalion ........................................................ 272 McKinley, H. ll. .............................. ................... 3 63, 471 McKinney, J. K. ,,,...,....,.,,.... ................. , ..,............ . .413, 460 McKinstry, S. Edith ....................................................... 436 McKinatry, W. B. ...128 262, 263, 334, 355, 402, 466 McKnight, K. C. ........ ....... ................... . ............. ........... 4 5 6 McKown, W. S. . .............. ..... ........ . 4 4. 89, 259, 300, 467 Mcl.allen, J. C. . ...... ........ ..... . ..... ...... . . 90 McLaughlin, Alma A. .......,....,......... 342 McLaughlin, F. A. .....,. ................ 9 0. 399 McLaughlin, H. D. .... ......... 9 0, 263, 35l MacLean, J. F. ...... ........... 3 05, 412 MacLean, W. P. .,... ......, s s, 164, 205, 355 McLcish, F. O. .... .............................. 3 68 McI.nckie, D. J. ......... ........................... 3 68 McMahan, J. W. ............ .,,,...,., J ss, 41a McMahon, Catherine C. .... ................... 9 0, 445 McMahon, Grace E. ....... . . ...... 241, 472, 476 McMahon, James E. ..... ...........,....,.,.,.. 1 64 McMahon, John E. .....,.... 205, 374 McMahon, W. O. ...... ..........................,,....,,.... 4 02 McMichael, P. C. ...................,...........,.,. .....404 McMillen, D. If. ,, ,.... ..,... ,...... 1 2 6, 254, 255, 345, 361 M4:Millen, Hester E. ...... ............. 9 0, 278, 307, 451 McMillen, W. L. ....... ...,................,...,,.,.....,.,.. 3 43 McMurray, J. ............. ..,,..,.....,. ,,,,,,,.., 4 S 5 McNamara, K. R. ..... ...,........,.,,,.,, ,455 McNamara, R. A. ,,.... .,....,,., 9 0, 4I0, 456 McNecly, S. W. ..... ...,...,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 McNeil. J. J. .,..,. ,,.,,.,,, 9 0, 374 McNeil, J. L. ......... ,,,,,,,.,.,,,, 4 51 McNeil, W. L. ............. ,,,,,,,,,, 3 31 McNuu, Betty J. ..,, .,,.,, ,,,, 4 3 6 McPherson, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,, 451 McPherson, J. H. ..... ,,,,,,,,,, J 94 McPherson, jean ........ ,..,,,,.,, 4 Sl McQuown, N. A. ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 41 McSherry, B. P, ...., ,,,,,,,,,, 2 69 McTaggarr, F. J. ..,,.. ,,,.,,,.,. 3 Bl Mc'I'iernan, Roberta .... ,,,,,,, ,,., , ,,,, 4 4 1 McVaugh, C. C. ,,,,.,.. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,., 3 9 7 McVaugh, Maxine .... . ,,,,,,,,, 90, 422, 479 McVey, K. .........,.. ......,..,,,,..,..,., 1 35 McVicker, M. H. ..,,.. ,,,,,,, 2 59, 345 Mahley. J. A. ........., ......,.253, 367 Maeintire, H. J. ....... 413, 476 Mack, G. H. ..,.. ,.,..,.., , .,., I 94 Mackland, J. J. ..... ...,,,..., 3 27 Macon, H. S. .............. .....,......,....,... 3 90 Mull llolrrs, Tlzr ........... . ...,...................,... 283 Madaus, C. S. ............... -.... ...,....., 131, 297, 372 Madden, Elizabeth R. ....... ................. 9 0, 440 Madden, J. B. ......,,,...,,.. ...................,. 3 73 Madden, J. P. ...... ..,,,. .........,.,..,......,,, 9 0 , 373 Madden, M. June .... ,...,..,...,,....,.,.....,..,,...., 4 40 Madden, Margaret I. ..,. ......, . .227, 270, 306, 433 Madden, R. J. ...,...... ..,... , .. ..,,...,.,.........,.. ,....90 Mader, S. C. ....,.,..,.. ...,. . 90, 344, 414, 470 Madison, B. B. ........,, ...,..,.,.....,.......,,.,,,., , 134 Madsen, Doris M. .... ..,..,...............,,,..,. 4 72 Madsen, F. B. . ....... ...,....,. - .............. -,. ..,,. ,.,.,. . 368 Malfea, A. J. ......,.. .................................,,,,.,.,,..,.,...... 2 14 Magan, Mary J. ,..., ...... 1 zs 255, 292, 445, 460, 471 Magee, Anna M. .. .........,..,............,....,.,............. - ,.., 425 Mages, M. H. .....,, ..... ,.,..... ,. ........,............... 1 3 1, 406 Maggio, F. ....,, .,,... ....... ,..,.., 3 5 8 Magidson, S. F. ..,..,....., , .,.., ..4l5 Magree, M. ,,...,...,... ..,...,,,.,.......,.,... 4 12 Maier, Marjorie J. ....... ......... 2 53, 424, 473 Main, C. W. .................. ,. .....,,............ ' .... ......... 3 9 1 Muiur I ........................,...... .,.........,..,............... .. ....... 2 36 Malcolm, Catherine P. .......,.. 90, 236, 237, 450 Malcom, R. B. ,....,....,. ...........,....................... 1 34 Malerich, E. M. ....,.,. ....... ....... .......... 3 9 6 Maliclt, K. D. ..... ...... J 05 Malkin, L. ,,,.............. .... , .. ........ ..4l5 Mallams, Arlene .............,. - ..,.......... 439 Malloy, Catherine M. ..... ..,,......,,...,.......... 4 45 Malloy, Josephine R. .... ....,......... ......., 9 0 , 445 Malo, A. H. ,.,....... .......... .......... - . ...,.................. 4 00 Malone, Dorothy E. ...... ......, 9 0, 230, 231, 431 Malone, J. W. ............ ..- ....,,,.,..,,...,..,,,..,., 272 Malone, Louise ..,....... .......... .....,.... 4 3 I Maloney, J. O. ......,,........ ,..,.... ..,... 2 1 5 Maloney, Martha L. .,.,.. . ,,.......,,.... ..9l Malott, Joyce V. .......... ......, 3 08, 450 Manasrcr, Edythe J. .... .....,.....,,, 4 41 Manasrer, Leona .....,.,..,, ,.,,,..., 4 50 Manchester, Elizabeth ,................ ..,.,,.., . 308 Mankowski, S. J. ,......... .........,.., , .,,..,,,.....,...,...,, I 35 Manley, J. ....,........,... ....,... 2 03, 212, 388, 469 Mann, Elizabeth K. ...... ...,,,...,.......,.......,,.. .,...., 9 I Mann, J. E. . ..,,,..,.,....... .,,,.,...,, J ss, 199, 466 Mann, Jean ........, ,... ,..,..,.,,, ....,. 4 6 0 Manning, C. E. ....,....... ......,.,,...... .,..... 3 5 7 Manock, Dorothy V. ........,....,....,,..,.....,,...........,,...,...,.,.,, 433 Manslverger Leota M. ............ ,...,..........,..,, 4 4, 91, 237, 450 Mansfield, J. H. ,...,..,,.....,. 91, 110, 334, 4011, 455, 456 Mansfield, R. D. ,,... ,,..,............,.. .,.. . ..,..,,.............,.... 4 0 8 Mansfield, W, K. .......,.....,.........,.......... ........ . 455 Marble, D. ,............. , ...,..,,.,... 378 Marchello, S. P. ..... ....... 9 I, 473 Mareovitz, A. ....... -...... ....... .,....... ,..,....406 Marcus, G. ..... .........,...... ........ - .,....................... 3 6 0 Margoles, Edith W. ...... ....................... - .,237, 443 Margrave, G. E. ........ 130, 256, 378, 465 Marino, S. L. ,...... .. ..............................,.. 273 Markland, B. C. ..,. . Marks, M. .................,.. . Markunas, Louise E. Markworth, M. H. .....,... . Marlott, Dorothy I. Marlow, H. M. ............ . Marqua, P. J. ............... . Marqnardt, Philomena .,.... Marqncue. A. H. ..,. . Marr, Lillian .................. Marr, R. S. ............ . ............ . Marriott, Elizabeth J. .... Marriott, L. F. , .......,.... Marriott, R. ................ . Marsh, C. R. , ....,...... . Marsh, Kathryn E. ...... . Marsh, M. E. ........,... . Marsl1, Ruth M. Marshall, E. E. ............ . Marshall, F. T. ................ . Marshall, Lorraine R. ,..... Marshall, R. D. ............ . Marshall, Sarah T. ...,.. . Marsteller, W. A. Martan, J. J. .,... . Martens, E. J. .... . . ...... .......... 2 51, .........178, 464 . ..... ,,.. 9 I ..........241 373, .......343, 466 450 ..........330 .........,410 475 ..........364 91, 427 327 425 467 377 ,..ffff'f1i. -us, 421, 456, 413 428 458 306 455 ......91, 304, 305 ..9l 264, 292, 270, 370 451 399 405 331 405 455 INDEX OF PERSONS AND Boolts-Continued Martens, J. F. .. ............ .,......,A,.,.. 4 08 Martin, Catherine E. ...,... 3.91, 429 Martin, H. V. ...,,,..,, ....... 3 09, 334 Martin, J. ......,..,....,.... ,....... .,,,,. 3 6 1 Martin, L. W. ,..,....,...,.,..,.. ..134 Martin, Mary E. .,.. . ,,,.,.............,.,... 445 Martin, Pattie J. ...,.. ,,,....... 1 30, 295, 436 Martindale, Babette ....... .......... ,..,,..........,,, 4 5 1 Marvel, C. S. .........,.. .,...... 3 58, 408, 474 Marxen, P. B. .... .........,. , .9l, 363 Masek, A. ..,.. ...,...,,.. ......,,,. 1 9 4, 199 Masek, R. A .......... .... . ,.,,,,.,,, ,.., ,,., 4 6 2 Masiokus, Frances L. .... ,..,,., 9 1, 301, 428 Mason, Doris H. .....,.. .. .,.. .307, 433 Mason, K. H. ,,.. ,,,,,.., ..., . 3 91 Mason, L. L. .... ,,,,,.,,,,, 4 00 Mason, R. W. ..91, 400 Massie, L. E. .,.... ..,,,....., 3 46 Massie, Nola ...... . .....,.. 2-10 Mast, I-1. E. .,..,....,, ........ 3 36 Matasovic, W. J. . ..,., , ,,,,,,,. M411 Matella, W. J. ,...... . ........,,.,,..........,. 273 Matenky, A. J. ,.,.....,. ....,..,.,.....,,,., , ,.,.... 3 83 Mathers, M. E. ..,... ,,.,.,.. ........ 1 J 1, 269, 297 Matllesius, M. Lucille ....,...,,,,..,,,,.. 91, 435 Mathew, D. W. ........ ...,. .......,.,,,.,,,.....,..,...,.... 3 5 7 Mathias, M. Elizabeth ,....... .,......,, 9 1, 238, 270, 438 Matthews, A. G. ,... ....,.. ....,.. 3 1 s, 329, 333, 336 Matthews, Bonita C. ,.,. ................,... 3 40, 447 Matthews, J. W. .......... .,.......... .......... ....... 9 1 , 467 Matthews, Mary J. .......... .............................,.. 9 2, 438 Mattliewson, Marian F. ...... ....... 9 2, 259, 425, 472, 476 Mattix, Lois L. .........,.... ...............................,......... 9 2 Matrix, Mary E. ........ . ...,..... ....,....................... 9 2 Matrox, N. T. ....... .......... . .401 Matzner, I. A. ..... .......,.................. 2 52 Mauelt, H. E. ....... .....................,....... 4 73 Maue, O. C. . ,,..,..... ...,... 2 59, 356, 465 Maul, Florence A. ...... ........ 4 50, 455 Maulding, J. C. .............., ..45 Maurits, R. .,........... .,.,..... 3 07, 451 Maurits, W. J. ..,,. .......,...,. . 134 MII-1V1lll-DM ....... ................ 4 6 Maxen, N. J. ......... . ................. 406 Maxfield, D. V. ........, 330, 455 Maxwell, B. W. May, R. L. .......... . Maybury, R. A. ..., . Mayer, O. G. ....., .. Mayes, K. G. .... . Maylield, W. K. Mayhew, L. B. ...... . Maynard, J. F. .... . Mayo, J. A. ........ . Mays, A. B. ..... . Meade, W. G. Meadors, V. G. ........ . Means, Hester B. ,.,. . Mecherle, F. C. .... . Mecklin, J. W. Medal, E. C. ..... . Mvrleu ....... ....... , . Meek. D. F. . ..... .. Meeker, R. E. Megan, T. I. .. Meglirsch, P. A. 92, .........22, 468, ........l69, .........455, 403 23 404 477 416 385 458 371 369 468 430 405 356 364 241 ......252, 346, 385, 455 362 30, 391 Meharry, J. F. .........,..................,....,.........,.,........,,, 277, 57.1 Meiches, Pauline .................................,.,..,,,,,,,.....,,........,.. 451 Meier, Grace .... 44, 92, 232, 233, 236, 290, 291, 451, 467 Meier, J. J. ......,..................,.................,.,....,,. zsz, 309, Jes Meirken, H. .......,,,,.,....,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 92 Meis, H. L. ....... ...... ....... ........ . .... ,........, 4 1 5 Meislahn, Arnieta J. ....... 92, 426, 478 Meixner, Josephine P. ,.,,.,... .... ,........ 4 3 2 Meixner, Marjorie E. ,......,, ,,,,,,, 4 32 Melin, Inez D. ............ ,,....... 9 2 Melman, Melody, D. J. . .,......... . Melino, C. ............,..,... , Shirlee J. ..... . 94 441 99 374 449 328 450 385 309 92 462 474 449 479 463 435 371 330 463 Melville, D. B. .....,, ....................,,....,.......,,.......... . Melville, Fay V. ..... ...............,....,...,........................ . Meller, C. N. .......................... 92, 314, 316, 317, 325, Mendelsolm, Rochelle ....,.......,....................................... Mcnke, D. M. ............. .................................... 1 85, M1-11's Glen Club ......................... .,.................................. Mentz, Clare A. ,...... ................ ..... . ...............,............. 4 7 , Mercer, F. R. ..... .....45, 92, 208, 294, 296, 309, 408, Mercer, M. B. .,.........,....,............................,.. 305, 309, Meredith, Melva M. .......................... .... ...............,...... . Merle, W. A. ........ ................................... ...... 3 3 5, 394, Merriam, Elizabeth D. ........ 127, 230, 231, 235, 436, Merriam, Margaret ...... ......... ....................................... Merrick, A. J. ...,..,.. .. ..................................... ....... . Merrill, A. E. ............. ....... 3 15, 327, Merriner, Virginia R. ........., 347, 425, Mershimer, June .......... ................ 2 53, Mcrtz, E. T. .......... Messing, H. A. . ..... . Metcalf, Mary K. ..,.. . Metcalfe, J. W. Metzner, I. ..,........, . Metzner. Mary L. ....... . Meyer, 11. H. .................. . Meyer, Bernadine H. Meyer, Clara R. Meyer, F. B. ..,......... . Meyer, F. W. ...,. . Meycr, H. I. . ,,.,, .. Meyer, Hermine E. ..... . Meyer, K. A. ........,,. . Meyer, K. C. ........ . Meyer, W. A. ...... . Meyers, Bessie L. ..... . Meyers, Fern M. Meyers, T. ...........,.... . Michael. Edna A. ,....,. . Michaud, R. .................... , Michels, Lucretia M. Michelson, Jean M. Mickelherry. Jane A. Mickelson, G. A. 426 .. ................ 326, ..........256, 425, 336 451 402 360 430 439, 415 445 476 252 473 135 256 364, 92, 466 369 450 439 390 305 473 445 424 438 361 Mickelson, A. M. .........., , Middagh, Margaret A. .....,... Middleton, Elizabeth .... . Middleton, G. L. . .......,.. .. 393, , .......256, .......256, 240 425 371 Middleton, G. Y. .......... ..... ............,. , ,.,...,.,.. 3 6 2 Middleton, W. S. ..... ......................... 2 51, 381 Mielke, Eleanor J. ,..... ........, 1 27, 230, 240, 347 Mies, C. W. .............. ,......,. . ........,............... 3 79 Mies, Catherine F. ...... ..........,.... 4 zs, 472, 476 Mics, E. J. ............. ............................., 9 3, 184 Mies, Helen A. ..... ......,.. 2 52, 259, 423, 479 Jlli-llilil ........,....... ..,...,......, ,.....,..,..,.,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,...,,,,,,,.,, 2 9 8 Miklillu, The .. .,.,.................... .....,.......,......,....,..,...,,,,..... 2 81 Mi1....1., J. A. . ........ 44, 93, 279, 290, 291, szs, 334, :ss Milan. l-1. L. ............................,.............. 315, 327, 329, 335 Mllbllfny C. V. ................. . ....................... 265, 309, 359 Miles, H. J. .... ...,.................,.....,....,.. 3 71, 461 Miles, H. L. ........ ......., 9 3, 26s, 300, 379, 467 Miles. R. H. .......... ....................,,.,....... 2 78, 367 Miley, Bernice E. ...,,. ,..,.,..,...... ............,,,,,..,.,... 9 3 Mililary ,........,.... ,,....,..,,..... .311 Mililury Ball ........... ....... 3 24, 325 Mililury Council ..... ...,,...... 3 16, 317 Milihlrry Day ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,..., 3 37 Miller, C. F. ........... ......... 9 3, 343, 455 Miller, C. M. .,........., ....,......,.. 1 26, :sr Miller, Charlotte L. ...... . ,.... .... 4 32 Miller, D. T. .............. ......... 4 02 Miller, Dorothy G. .... ...,..,... 4 50 Miller, Dorothy T. .,.. ..,....,...... 4 55 Miller, E. I.. ........... .................. 9 3 Miller, Ethel B. ....... 306, 430 Miller, li. L. ....... .............. 3 43 Miller, 1. V. .... .....................,.. J 99 Miller, G. A. ....... ........ ................. 4 6 l Miller, G. 1"1. ...... ........ 2 78, 336, 396 Miller, H. 15. ..... ..... ....... ................... 3 5 7 Miller. Helen E. ..... .... .................. 9 3 , 423 Miller, Kathryn E. .... ....,.. 9 3, 273, 308, 473 Miller, Louise M. ...... ...,................,., 9 3, 435 Miller, M. E. , ............. ....... 1 84, 400 Miller, Martha P. ..... .....,.., 9 3, 425 Miller. O. C. ......... .. ...... 93, 402 Miller, R. C. ..,. ............ 4 02 Miller, R. 11. ...... ........,... 3 34 Miller, Rosalie C. .... .........,.,..,.. 4 51 Miller, Rosemiry ....... ......... 2 52, 449 Miller, Ruth M. ........ ..........,.....,,.. 4 22 Miller, Virginia I. ....., ,... 4 48, 450 Miller, W. W. .,,......... ....... 3 05, 372 Milles, G. . ........... ..... .............. I 3 5 Milleville, Anita A. .... .............. 4 75 Milligan, M. F. .. .... .. ....... ,. ...,..,. 305, 474 Milligan, Nadine L. .... .. .........., ....................... 4 23 Mills, C. C. ............... ........ 9 3, 178, 181, :ss Mills, Mary E. ..... ...........,...,..,..... 3 08, 474 Mills, W. l'. ........... .............. 9 3, 379, 467 Mineer, Jernnette ...... ..................... 4 50 Mlnear. J. ........... .......... ,... ..... 9 3 Miner, H. W. .............. ......... .............. 4 7 3 Miner, W. li. ........,..................... ......,,................, 2 69, 336 Minrnll l1nln.rh'irs Society ...........................,......... - ..... 473 Mingle, R. 13. .....,......,,............ .......... 9 4, 340, 343, 413 Minogue, R. J. ...... .............. .................................. 4 6 2 Minrlrel Slmw, The ...... . ...... ,..... . .......... 2 85 Miramonti, F. M. .... .......... 3 32 Mitchell, D. D. ..,.. .............. 4 76 Mitchell, D. K. ....... ,,..... . .94, 468 Mitchell, D. R. ............... ..473 Mitchell, 17. M. ...... ........ 9 4, 381 Mitchell, L. H. ..... ...,..,.. ....,... 9 4 Mitchell, L. R. ......... 94, 467 Mitchell, R. M. .......... .......,.................................. 3 80 Mitchell, R. V. .............. ............................................ 3 05 Mitchell, Vernette E. ............ 127, 129, 230, 231, 233. 239, 298, 299 Mnoakia, I. J. .......... ........,.....,,.......,........, 9 4, 398 Moats, R. H. : .... ...........,........ 3 31 Moberly, J. ......... ........,.... 4 50 Modell, H. ............... ....... 2 52, 415 Modiditt, Virginia .... .........................,...............,....... 4 61 Molfett, Grace D. .... .........................................,..,...... 4 48 Mollill, E. H. ........... ..................................... 1 28, 266, 292 Mohn. Dorothy E. ................ 94, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 451, 467 Mohn, P. E. ......... .... . ................................................ 4 76 Mojonnier, D. M. ...... ...... 2 57, 389 Moionnier, Ruth E. ...... ....... 1 31, 450 Molek, P. Helen ......... ..........,... 4 72 Moll, J. Z. ............... .......... 2 09 Moll, S. E. . ...... ....,... . 459 Monahan, J. F. ..... ....... .......... ....,..... 4 0 3 Monier, Eleanor ....... ..................... .......,..... 4 5 1 Monk, M. E. . .... .... ........ 2 0 6, 402, 459, 465 Monk, Phyllis F.. ......... .......... 4 5, 94, 294, 429 Monroe, Jennie L. ......... ...................... 2 33, 451 Monsson, C. D. ............... ..........,...,..........,... 9 4 Montero, A. .......................... .........., 9 4, 273, 468 Montgorhery, Allegra C. .,.... ...................,....... 9 4, 434 Montgomery, H. E. ......... . ........ 259, 269, 300, 334 Moor, Julia L. ............ ...................... 9 4, 450 Moore, A. A. ....... .......,.. 2 51, 464 Moore, Alma M. ...... .,.......... ....... 9 4 Moore, D. ....................... ................. 3 90 Moore, Elizabeth H. ....... ........ 9 4, 433 Moore, F. Jane .......... ....... 4 22, 472 Moore, G. ........... ................... 4 61 Moore, H. F. .... .......,.., ,..... 3 4 4, 381 Moore, H. P. ....... ....... 2 59, 366, 470 Moore, H. R. ........... ........................ 3 57 Moore, H. V. .......... .......... 3 56, 455 Moore, Kathryn L. .... .......,.................. 9 4 Moore, L. E. ............ ........ 2 69, 333, 336 Moore, Maryan M. ...... . ..................... . .......... 94, 431 Moorc, N. F. ...................................................................... 372 Moorhead, D. D. ........................ 255, 326, 330, 336, 374 Moorman, Catherine G. ................................................... -95 Mnorman, Shirlie L. ........... .................................. 9 5, 432 Moreland, J. Marie ....... ........ .................... 9 5 , 425 Moreland, W. J. ........ .......................................... 3 70 Morey, L. ............... ......... 2 3. 39, 277, 362, 458' Morgan, J. W. . ...... . Morgan, M. C. ..........., . Morgan, M. S. . ....... . ........ .. Morgan, Margaret A. Morgan, N. D. ........,... . Morgan. R. S. ......... . Moritz, R. ..... . Murray, J. P. ...... . Morris, Ruth .............. Morrison, D. H. ....... . Morrison, H. .........,..... ...,., .......263, 269, 298, ..........95, 309, 344, 471, 299 377 477 477 .........409 B7 .. ....... 437 97 Morrison, Mildred C. ..... ........... . ..... .... ......... Morrow, F. M. ............ ..... ,...,...., 9 I , J33, Morrow, Mary E. ..... . Morse, Christine M. Mortar Bonral ................... Mortensen, Evelyn J. Mortenson, C. E. ....... . Mortenson, C. W. ...... .. Murthlnnd, Dorothy S. .... . Morton, C. W. ............. . Morton, Ellen E. ...,... . Morton, H. S. ...... . Morton, J. L. ........... . Moschel, P. L. ........... Moses, Constance A. Moses, J. D. ............ . Mosher, Ruth .... Mosltovitz, R. .... . Moss, Lillian F. 344, ...........228 , 'liilil' 277, ..403 426 469 450 433 43 7, 463 .........95, , ....... sos, 455, ...95 346 450 458 . .......... 307 . ...... ..413, ..........305 , 95 , ...95, 3 05 , 06, 448, 469 404 362 424 359 476 ...........360 Moss, W. R. .............. ........ 4 10 Mosser, Marion J. ...... ......... 4 39 Moter, Muriel G. ........ .............................. 4 41 Mottier, C. H. .......... . ..... ............ - ....... ..... .... 2 6 7 Mounce, Thelma F. ..... ......... 9 5, 278, 450, 479 Mount, Frances E. ......... ................ - . .... 240, 256 Mount, S. H. ....................... ............................. 3 33 Mountioy, Carolyn V. ....... ......... 2 37, 437 Mountjoy, J. B. ............. .............. .............................. 3 0 9 Mayer, C. A. .............. . ..,,.................,................. 391, 458 Mayer, C. E. ......,,., 95, 164, 194, 198, 413, 457 ...........447 Muylan, Jane E. ...... ....................................... . Mn Kappa Alpba ....... Mubi, R. ................ . . ........ 455 Muelder, C. E. ..... ............ 3 36 Mueller, C. L. .... ................ 3 70 Mueller, F. J. ......... ......... 3 89, 470 Mueller, M. B. ........ .............. 4 59 Mueller, R. H. ............ .,.......... 3 36 Mulac, Florence A. ...... ........ 4 25 Mulligan, J. M. .............,........................... .................... . ..392 Mulliken, A. D. ................................................................ 377 Mulliken, W. M. ........ 95, 142, 263, 277, 314, 316, 317 325, 328, 335, 367, 466 Mumford, H. W. . ...................... .. ..........................,.........,.. 27 Mumford, M. .............. ....... ........ . . ...................,.. 4 4 Mummert, L. Maxine ........ 95, 476 Mummert, W. C. ...... ................ 2 59 Munger, Stella C. .... ...,.......,....,.......... 4 72, 476 Munro, Jean G. ..... ..................,.............,....... 4 33 Muns, F. H. .......... ........ 4 5, 95, 294, 301, 374 Muns, R. E. ........... ............................... 9 5, 377 Munson, B. .................... .................. .. ..-, .,.,........ 365 Munson, Vava V. ...... .... .................. 4 6 0 Munz, M. T. .... ........ . .- ...... ....................... J 56 Murdock, Elizabeth .... .. ....... ........ 9 5, 421, 431 Murdock, Irmanell ...... ........... 9 6, 431 Murfin, A. L. ........... .... ............ 3 6 5 Murphy, A. E. ....... . .... . ....... .......... 3 57 Murphy, Evelyn L. ........ ......... 2 33, 428 Murphy, Harriet C. ......... 96, 434 Murphy, Helen E. ...... ....... 9 6, 426 Murphy, J. B. ........... ............ 3 01 Murphy, J. E. ..... . .................................... 361 Murphy, J. J. ........... ............,........,.................. 1 34 Murphy, J. I.. .............. .......... ............................ . ..... . 9 6 Murphy, L. W. .......... ,...,, , .33, 347, 369, 460, 464 Murphy, Lorraine M. ................,........,.............. 240 Murphy, R. R. .......... ............... 3 01, 395, 466 Murphy, T. A. Murphy, T. P. .... . Murray, H. S. ......... . Murray, J. C. ....... .... Murray, Natalie Murray, W. G. Murrin, J. M. ........ . Musgrave, R. B. Music ................... Mutter, C. D. .... . Myers, Fern M. Myers, Genevieve ...,. Myers, H. B. ............ . Myers, Hermien R. Myers, J. E. .............. . Myers, Lillian ........ Myers, M. W. .... ......... . Myers, Mariorie E. Mvers. Merle K. ...... . Mylashus. Adele ....... Mynard, F. .......... . Mynard, W. A. ..... . Nachman, M. N. ..... Naeser, C. R. .......,.... . Nagel, H. K. ....... . Nagle, H. J. ............ . Nagoda, Dolores E. Nagodl. E. ........ . Nash. A. R. Nash, G. U. Nash, H. L. ....... . Nash, J. M. ........., . Nathan, S. Jane ....... Naurich, 13. .......... . Nearpass, E. E. ...... . ...........269 ........373 392 ..30l ........ 341 336, .........336, 394 468 303 ., ....... 302, N 403 ...........472 . .......... 347 252, 424 . .......... 415 ....273 .........343, 357, 411 ........240 379 ........9s. 379 ...............zss, 386 ...........................,. .358 - ........ ......... J 34, 416, 45s - ....... ....... - ....... 3 za, 332 ............2s3, 422 1 34 269 ........131 . ....... 382 ........344 ...........443 . ........... .. 405 371 278, Page 506 Neer, Frances Neff, Dorothy .......... Neher, J. W. O. .... . INDEX OF PERSONS AND Boolts-Continued Neher, W. R. ......... ....,...,. .... 3 0 9, 397 Neidhardt, P. W. .... . ........, 253, 346, 409 Neill, G. V. .............. ,.......... 334, 416 Nelson, Agnes L. ..,.. .........,........ 3 42 Nelson, C. J. ............ ........ 1 84, 357 Nelson, D. ,.,...,.............. ,..........,.. 3 75 Nelson, Dorothy P. ...... .,...., 9 6, 451 Nelson, E. R. ..........., .......... 9 6, 455 Nelson, F. O. .,...... ...,.,.,..,,.., 3 91 Nelson. Fleta B. ,....,. ....... 4 37 Nelson, Grace M. AA.. ...432 Nelson, H. ,............ . ,,,,..,. 361 Nelson, H. K. .,... . Nelson, Jean E. ..... . Nelson. K. J. ...,. . Nelson, L. M. ,,,.,.. . Nelson, Lillian A. Nelson, P. R. .....,. . ..........164, 168, 172, 256 ...............24l 89 Nelson, R. C. .,.. ,.,.,,,,,,,, 1 28, 292 Nelson, R. E. ..,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , H408 Nelson, Rae M. ...... ....., 9 6, 421, 428 Nelson. S. A. .........,.. .,.....,.... 9 6, 470 Nelson, Severina E. .,... ,,,,,,,, 2 79, 478 Nelson, T. .........,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 1 35 Nelson, W. L. ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 46 Nelson, W. O. ...,.... ...,.....,,..,.,,, 4 60 Nemeyer, S. L. .... ,,,,,,, 2 70, 389 Nemitz, D. F. .... ............... 3 36 Ncpote, J. J. ...... ........,,. 3 36 Nerone, A. J. .................. .....,,.,.,.... 4 09 Nevens, W. B. ............,...,,....,,.,,.,.,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 412 Newcomb. Deborah H. ..............,.....,.......,........... 436, 472 Newcomb, Margaret A. ..,,......,.,,.....,,,,..,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,, 307, 435 Newcomb, R. A. .............. ,.... 1 0, 140, 363, 393, 471, 477 Newcomb, R. A. Jr. ......... 264, 269, 270, 278, 290, 291, 298, 299, 326 Newcomer. H. L. ..... ......... ......... 3 4 3, 365, 456, 458, 475 Newkirk, Marjorie E. .... .....,........................,. 1 31, 428 Newlin, Mary T. ....... .,...,...,.....,,,..,....,.,,.,,,.,,,,, 4 49 Nf1V1lld55 Newman Newman Newton, Neylon, Hull ........... . I. H. ,.... ., . Joan B. .... . W. A. ,... Loretta E. Nicholson, 1-1. 11. ....., f 96, ........421, 96, 407 424 305 450 Nicholson, J. A. ......... ,...,,......,,,,, 3 94 Nickel, Dorothy L. ..... ,,,,,,,,., 9 6, 433 Nickel, L. L. ........,..., ....,,. .,,..,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 6 11 Nickell, V. L. .,..........................,...........,,,.,.....,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,, 342 Nicoll, Mary E. .......,...,.... 130, 228, 277, 295, 422, 461 Niederman, Dorothy J. ..,..........,.......,.......,...,,,..,..,.,....,,.. 410 Niehaus, Lavina C. ,.... ........,,..,.....,.,,,.,,,..,., ,.,,, .,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,, 2 3 3 Nield. M. M. .... , ...................,........................,....,........... 356 Nielsen, Lillian W. ..........,. 97, 278, 296, 307, 308, 421, 410, 477 Nielsen. P. C. ....... . Nlemann. N. ..... ....... . Niklewicz, F. T. ,....,.... .. Nilles, Winogene F. Nnlson. H. N. ,,.... Nisbet, T. .........,...,. . Nutz, L. K. . ...,....,... . Noble, Virginia L. Noel, Ann J. .......... . Nolan, Aretas W. ... Nolan, G. P. ....,....... . Nonneman, F. E. Noonan, P. T. ....... . Norcross, P. ....... . Noren, E. D. ..., . Norman, V. C. .......,,..., Norris, Drusilla J. ....,.,..,. . Norris. M. Elizabeth ......... Norris, Maurine , .......... North, Elsie G. ..,.... . North. J. E. North, Ruth E. ,...... Novotn North, W. A. .............. . Norton, B. Blanche ....... Norton, E. A. .......... . Norton, H. F. ......... . Norton. Jeannette Norton, Merry K. Norton, R. W. ..... . Norval, Mildred A. Novak, Marjorie L. Novak, Sara L. ........ . F. M. .,.., Y- Noyes, F. B. ..... . Noyes. W. A. Nugent, R. H. Nunn. C. W. Nye, L. A. .... . Oherlink, Doris M. Obrecht, C. N. O'Connell, G. A. Odell, C. W. .. Oden, R. J. ........... . Odle, I. E. ,.............., . O'Donnell, T. E. .... . Oehler, W. P. ............ Oehm, Katherine M. ..... . Oehmke, C. ................... . .........l64, 194, 191, 266, 405 473 89 62 ........307 ........240 ........467 ...359 ........459 ..., 97, 100, 329, 467 ...375 ...,....256, 423, 463, 471 97, 241, 576 241 . ..... .... 9 7 240 . ....... 404 .,.....97, 421, 423, 471 . ............. ........... 4 61 . ......... 441 ...... 441 ........,369, 469 358 ff'97.'u21'0'Q"'1'o6f O 404 377 464 477 30, 270, 295, 411 - ...,,. 109, ...,....363, ...fffff'57.' .. ....................... ,... . 277, Offirefs Ball .,................. .....,...,......,,......,,...,.. ,. ...,,,,,,,, O'Hern, C. V. . ....... ......... , . .,.... 126, 213, 346, 367, O'Keefe, Marjorie H. Okncr, Lillian V. ....... . 448 471 455 428 385 328 469 . ..................................... 441 Olafsaon, P. C. ......... ............... 1 30, 389 Olandcr. M. M. .... ......... l 63, 168, 408 Oldfather, W. A. ,.... . ..,.,.,... .. ...,... .,.. .,.,,... . . 385 Oldham, Mary M. Page 507 ... ......... ........ 4 42 O'Leary, J. C. ..,.. . O'l.eary, W. E. Oleck, A. R. .... , Oleson, G. E. Oleson, L. F. .... . Oliver. E. S. ....., . Oliver, T. E. Olsen, E. E. .........,, . Olsen, G. H. , ............. . Olsen, Margaret .... ........ . ................455 309 ..........204, . ..,........... 97, .......336, 411, 412, 326, 330, 332, 329 456 305 473 403 366 413 Olsen, N. ......................... ....,... . Olson, A. E. .,...,...... ,. ........ , ..,..,,. 373 Olson, C. A. ................... ......... 3 36 Olson, C. Hildegarde ....., ..... , ......,....., 4 76 Olson, C. O. ............... .... ....,...... ,..... 4 5, 97 Olson, E. H. ........,...... .............,.....,......, 4 62 Olson, K. L. ,....,.. ........, 9 7, 413, 468 Olson, M. H. ...., ,,............. 9 7, 397 Olson, R. A. ..... .....,.,,,.......... 4 04 Olson, T. A. ....... ........ 3 44, 469 Olson, W. S. ............ .....,.... 3 09, 362 0'Malley, R. A. ......... ........,....... 3 90 O'Malley, Violet A, ....... .................. . .342 Omega Bela Pi ..,..,..,. ,.......,.....,.,,.. .......... .... 4 7 4 O'Neal, R. D. ...... ......... 9 7, 164, 384, 3119 O'NeiI, G. 1. .......... ............. .,................ . . .114 O'Neill, Rosemary ...... .......... 2 52, 433, 463 Onodera, Kenji ................. ,.,,.,,... . ,....... 9 7, 471 Openlteim, Dorothy ....... ....................... 4 43 Oplatka, Irma F. .............. ,... - ...424 Opoldus, Dorothy V. .......... ....,.. 4 48 Orange am! Blur Feathers ,... . ............... - ............. 229 Orem, M. J. .................... ........,...,............, 9 s, 477 Ortlas, A. F. . ......... ........ 9 B, 273, 340, 470 Orlovieh, R. B. ...... .....................,............ 3 80 Orman, D. J. ......,,.. ...,.......,..,... ...... 1 3 l, 253 Ormiston, E. E. ...... ,........ 9 8, 300, 340, 345 Orner, S. ....................... -. ...,. - ........,.....,...., , ........ 2398 Ornstein, Goldye L. ,.,... ..........,........, 4 41, 460 Ornstein, S. .............. ............. 4 06 Oronnwsky, B. ...... ......... 3 60 Orr, R. M. .......... ......... 3 64 Orr, W. D. ............,. ......... 3 77 Ort, Margaret J. ...... ....... ...............,.... 2 4 0 onli, 1. 15. ..,.,.,,... , .,.,....,..,..,,,...,...,......... 4011 Ortman, P. F. ...... ..... - .195, 277, 336, 362 Osborn, J. E. ........................................................ ..371 Osnoss, R. A. ...................................................................... 336 Osterhur, Helen ............ 127, 230, 231, 239, 241, 298, 472 Ostrander, A. S. ................................................................ 455 Ott, Florence L. .,.,.. ..................,.......................... 3 07, 451 Otten, H. H. ........ .......... 9 8, 269, 298, 299 Ottesen, R. G. .... .... ................................. 3 8 4 Otto, C. E. . ..... ........... ........,..................................... 9 8 Overgard, G. T. ............. ............................ 3 04, 305, 475 Overman, W. C. .........,...,............ 203, 207, 359, 455. 469 Ovington, Eleanor M. ...... ............................................ 4 44 Owen, A. L, ................... ......................................,.. 3 45 Owen, Lucile C. ....,... .450, 479 Owen, Molly R. ...... ......... - ....................,. 4 42 Oyen, Shirley M. .... .......................... 2 56, 429 Ozment, L. V. .... ....... 2 64, 270, 395, 457 Pachaly, R. W. ...................... .......... 3 36, 413 Pacheiarek, Marcella A. .... .............., 2 56 Padden, Constance W. ..... ..98, 451 Paddock, D. J. ..... .......... . .. ....... .330 Page, Gladys ..... ,.,...,......... 4 72 Pahn, M. S. ....... .,.................. 3 60 Paik, A. J. ............ ........, 4 04, 468 Paine, E. B. ............... ....... 3 44, 470 Paine, Sylvia B. ...... ............. 3 07 Painter, F. A. . ..... ............. 3 79 Pakutinsky, F. .... ............................ 2 02 Pakutinsky, P. A. .... ...,......,.....,........ . 164, 202 Palfrey, Virginia ...... ......... 2 53, 307, 347, 472 Pallai, F. .................... ........................,.....,.,. 3 01 Palmer, Anna L. ...... .................,............. . 450 Palmer, C. A. ...... ......................... .......... 4 1 6 Palmer, C. E. ...... ......... 3 63, 405, 471, 477 Palmer, G. W. ..... ,...... ........ 9 8 , 356, 455 Palmer, H. M. ...... ........ 9 8, 164, 368 Palmer, M. P. .......... .,..,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Palmer, W. G. ............. ....,............... 2 64 Pall-llrllrnie Ball ........... .... ,,.. 2 9 6 Pun-llrllenic Council ,.,., ........ 4 21 Panzer, R. M. ............. . ,.... .. 309 Paolin, Virginia R. ..,.........,..,,,,,, V234 Papagiane, C. L. ...-. .,.,.,.,,. . ,,..,,.,,,.,,, H273 Paradis, Bethel ...... .............................. 4 38 Parke, H. W. ......... 205, 357, 455 Parke, J. ................ ........................... 1 35 Parker, C. M. ............ ....................... 3 61 Parker, Dorothy H. ....... .....,,,,, 2 52, 438 Parker, Dorothy L. ..... ............... 3 06 Parker, G. A. ............,... .................... 3 85 Parker, Helen R. .... , .....,,., 429, 470 Parker, J. A. ........ .,.............. 4 56 Parker, V. G. ....,... ....,...,,..,. 9 8 Parkhurst, M. C. .... .......... .... . . ..408 Parks, J. K. .......... ................ 2 59, 474 Parka, Joan E. ...... ....... 2 34, 235, 425 Parks, K. .................. ............ 3 09, 397 Parmelee, C. W. ..,... .,........ 3 58, 367 Parmelee, T. D. .................. ....,.... 9 8, 385 Parmely, Marjorie A. .......... ....., -240 Parotti, A. A. ............. - .......... .,,....,,.... 3 05 Parquette, A. A. ...... .............. .... 2 7 7 Parr, Rosalie M. .... .......... 3 47, 425 Parrish, L. . ....... .......... ...... ........ 3 4 0 Parrish, W. A. ....... ................. ..... 3 4 6, 455 Parron, Carlotta , ..,.. ...,....... .. ..- .................... ..... , .478 Parsons, J. J. .,.... ............... .. .... - ............................ 3 69 Parsons, June E. ...... ......... 4 7, 98, 257, 347, 422, 479 Partee, C. E. ........ ................ 4 4, 45, 98, 455, 458 Partlow, R. D. Passin, H. ............. . Passman, Miriam .... Pasterik, L. T. Pasvogel, M. W. ........ . Patelski, I.ouise Paterson, H. C. Paton, R. F. ........... . Patten, C. R. Pattengale, P. F. Pat:erson, l. T. Patterson, R. A. M. ..... . 130, 380 . ............. 305 ........230, 277, 1 401, 4221 459 ..361 463 ..469 5 , 394 Patterson, R. L. ..,..,............ , ......... ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5 2 Patterson, Sarah A. .,... - ......... ...,... 9 8, 277, 421, 423 Patton, D. H. ............. .... ....... ...,,,,....,,,,,,,, 2 7 7 , 370 Patton, Frances M. .,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 9 3 , 434, 451 Patron, Helen G. ,,,,,, 1 ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 13, 415 Paul, H. G. ............ ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 I6 Paul, W. H. .......... ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 76 Pawlieki, A. E. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 Sl Pawling, G. F. .......,..................,,..,. ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 29, 110 Paxton, G. G. ,...,.,,.,......,..,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,..,,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, 2 67 Payne. E. B. ............ 44. 98, 290, 291, 301, 330, 365, 455 Payne, J. N. .....................................,.,.,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 41 Peabody, Jean F. .,,..,.,..,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,, .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 9 9 , 419 Peacock, Martha 1-1. ,,,., ,,,,,,,, .,,,,, 4 2 1 Pearson, Anita ,,,,,. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,v,,,,, 2 4 0 Pearson, C. 1. .......... ,.,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 01, 150 Pearson, W, B. ,.,,., 2 .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 69 Pederson, J. K. .... .,,,.,,,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 90 Peoples, E. T. ...... , ,,,,,,, 212, 136, 177 Pegram, W. B. . ...... .. Peile, Leona J. .,,..,,.,,...,, Peintner, Elizabeth Peiper, J. J. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Pekarsky, Pelatowski, R. W. Pelletl, June D. ..... . Peltzcr, W. ,....... . M. R. ,.... Peluse. S. ........... . Pembroke. Helen .... Pence, H. Corenne Pence, Sallie E. ......... . Pendarvis, E. R. .... , ...... Pendleton, Grace H. Penn, W. V. , ,,,.,,.,,,,, , Pennell, Mary E. Pennell, Nelle ,,,...,,,, , ,,,,,, Pennington, K. M. ..... . Penwell. Rosamond ....... Pepin. Catherine A. Pepper, C. G. ........... . Pepper, E. D. ........,.,... . Pevperdine. Dorthea ....... Pepperdine, Mary Pcracchio, E. S. ........ . I. Percival, E. ...........,.. . Percival, Stella R. Perkins. L. C. .... , ..... Perkins, Virginia D. .... . Perlee. Ruth A. ....... . Perry. Genevieve F. ,.,.. Perry, L. D, .,,,.,,.,,,. . Perry N. A. ......,...,.,..... . Pershall. Roberta K. ..............99, 241 .... ...,,...... 428 . ,.... ..... 4 09 ...- ............. 305 ........147, 451 , ............. 135 ...... ..135 ......,.307, 433 - ....... 329, 330, .......,.,.365 .......439 ........406 336, ........-.298, 99, 231, 307 ..307 393 436 239 - ...., ........... 4 61 1 1 5 8, 468 436. ........277, ........308 , 474 371 426 ..........448 .......273 .......269 31 8 Pershall. W. R. . ....,... .,..................., 1 36, 408 Pershell. R. M. ...... ...........,.............. 4 1, 99, 194, 411 Pershing Riflrs .,,., ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, , 335 Pervier. G. W. ......... 314, 316, 317, 321, 121, 126, 328. 334 Pessin, S. S. .......,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 0 5 Peter, Vivian D. .... ...... 9 9, 421, 433 Peters. A. L. ,....... ,,,,..,,,,,,,, 9 9, 4711 Peters, C. F. .,,. ,,,,,,,, 1 10, 411 Peters, C. H. ,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 G. 11. ...... . Peters, Peters, Peterson, E. H. Peterson, M. Peterson. G. E. .,,., . Peterson, 1. L. ....... . Peterson. M. R. Peterson, P. Q. .... . Peterson. S. P. .... , J. W. ....... . ..........361 .......461 62 377, 356, ..99, 396 462 477 240 , .... ..... 1 35 331 Peterson. W. R. .... ....... ...,... .....,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 6 7 Petree, Elinor J. .... ..,,,,,.,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 J 2 Petri, Florine ............ 127, 230, 211, 214, 211, 292, 421, 426, 463, 471 Petroshius, R. ....... ,... .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 g 1 Petro. Liberty B. ...... ......... 1 31, 229, 297, 435 Petry, C. A. .......... , ,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 377 Pettee. 1. C. ......... ...........,.......... 1 41, 362 Pettigrew, D. L. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 79, 401 Pettigrew, G. J. ...................,,...,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 415 Pettigrew. K. J. ........... 46, 99, 139, 163, 179, 263, 370 Petr, Irena A. ...,.................................,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 40 Piisterer, Ruth M. .............,..... .........,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 31, 427 Pflager. M. S. ........ ....,... 1 64, 205, 374 Phalanx ................... ,,,,.,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J 29 Phegley, A. E. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,259 Phelps, G. 13. .....,.... ..,, ,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 , 111 Phelps, LaNelle M. .... .,......, 9 9, 442 Phelps, Mollie M. .... .,,.,,. 2 16, 423 Phelps, W. N. ...., ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 42 Pbi Alpha Cbl ..... ,,,,,,,,, 4 50 Pbi Bela Delta ..... ,,,,,,, 3 83 Plii Bela Kappa ....... ,,,,,,, 3 41 Pbi Bela Pi ......... ,,,,,,, 1 35 Phi Cbi Thi-fa ..... .,.,... 4 75 Plvi Delta Phi ..... ,,,.,,. 1 84 Phi Della Tbrfa ...... ,,,,,,, 3 85 Plri Epsilon Pi ..... ,,,,,,, 3 86 Pbi Ela Sigma ....,... ,,,,,,, 3 46 Plri Gamma Della ...... ,,,.,,. 3 87 Pbi Kappa ....... .......... ,,.,,,, 1 1 s Plri Kappa Plri ....... ....,.. 3 40 Phi Kappa Psi ......... ,,.,,.. 3 89 Plni Kappa Sigma ........ ...,.., 3 90 Plvi Kappa Tau ............,.. .. ...... ...,,,. 3 91 PM Mn ....................................,. ,,..,., 4 39 PL-i Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ....... ..... .....,.... 4 75 Phi M11 Delhi . ..,.........,,..,. Phi Olnegn Pi ,,...,.. .. ,.,...... Phi Pi Phi ,, ......,,,., , Phi Sigma Kappa ....,..., Phi Sigma Sigma ..,,............ Phi Upxilorr Omicron Pl-1 ifer, C. H. .......... ,....... Phillips, Betty J. Phillips, Muriel ....... Phillipson, Barbara ..... Phipps, T. E. ........, . Photopulos, D. J. Pi Bela Phi ............... Pi Kappa Alpha ,.,.. Pi M11 Epsilon ...... Pi Tau Pi Sigma ..... Pi Tau Sigma .,,..... Piano, Louise G. ..,. . Pickel, J. R. ......,......,. . Pickels, Elizabeth C. Pickels, G. W. ....,.,... . Pickens, Louise M. .... . Pieper, H. N. ........ . Pie er, Marian B. Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi Pi P Pierce. J. D. , ....... erson, crson, erson, ecseh, Irene D. Katharine A sg, L. E. ............ lchard, E. I. ..,,.,. lcher, R. E. ...,,.,...... y, Eleanor B. llsbur nsley, W. G. ......,. . D. B. ...... . oletti, Per. Per. PUT' rtle, tcher. L. B. ..,... . J. D. P. E. .,,.. . W. N. F. ........ . tney, R. C. ..... , tney. R. H. ....,. tt, W. E. ...... Pitt. W. G. Pitts H. L. A. C. .............. . E. H. ............. . Pittsiord, 3. F. Pitzele, R. I. .... Pitzer, S. D. .......... Piwinski, E. J. .........,. Plambeclt, L. ............,...... . Plankenhorn, C. R. Platt, Frances L. ...... . Platt, H. Elizabeth Platt, L. A. ................ . Plattner, Ii. T. ...... . Ploetz, E. C. ........ . Plumb, Marie C. ....... INDEX OF PERSONS AND BooKs-Conti1zued- ..........392 ..........440 ........,,393 ..........394 ..........441 6 34 ..........449 ...,......441 1 5 8 ........99 ..........442 .- ....... 395 ..........461 2 309, 403 . ...--... .. ................ .. .... .... . ..99 .......,340, 144, 402, 469 346, 411 ....-......-...460 ..........114, 1114 333, 116 ..........40, . ...... .............. 2 41, 347, 428 449 ..99, 333 ..........409 . ......... 267 86 .....-...408 ......-.378 99 34 .l65, 399 413 - ...... .. .... ......, 3 85 ,- ....... 409, .......100, 408 470 . ............ 342 ............,.365 , 465 1 oo, 468 . ....,.... 100, 254, 408, 455 255, 201, 343 100, 442 5 ..........415 ..........341 ..... .. 273 , 23 372 Plummer, A. V. .... ,,,,,,,,,, 1 00, Plummer, C. H. ......... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 71 Plummer, P. H. ........,. . ,,,,,., ,, ,,,,,,,,,, 273 Plummer, Virginia B. ..,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 3 1 Plunkett, Dorothy J. .,...... 100, 233, 236 Plupas, W. ..............,... ,, Pogue, H. A. ..,..... . Pelil, G. O. ..... . Pohler, G. M. ..... . Poirot, P. L. ........ . Pokorny, J. O. ..., . Polaski, C. L. Pnlise, S. ..... . Polito, A. , ......,......, , Pollack, I. L. .... . ......392, 479 .......358, 468 , ......... . ............, 345 .......100, 329 3 68 .. 455 468 406 Praeger, Doris D, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 01, 445 Prather. P. S. .......... ......... 2 06, 362, 459 Pree. R. J. .......... ,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,..,, 1 01 Prenger, J. W. ...... ,..,,....,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 3 73 Pr1'1l1ylr'riun Hull ....... ..........,,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,. .,,,,,, 2 73 Presler, Grace G. ..... ........ 4 5, 101, 277, 294, 306, 437 Preston, J. R. .... ...........................,......... - ...,....... 4 08 Preve, F. P. ...,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 0 1, 473 Price, Betty ....... ,,,,,,, 2 77, 472 Price, C. M. ....... .....,.... 3 30, 409 Price, Gertrude ...... ,,,,.,,,,,....,,,,,.,.... 4 30 Price, H. D. ....... .,,..,..,,..,.,,,...,,.,, 2 06, 382, 459 Price, J. B. ......., .,,,,,,, , ..,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,..,,..,..,,,., 3 99 11riee,Miry A. .,.... 127, 232, 233, 217, 442, 467 Price, S. S. ........ ............. - , .....,......,.............,,...... 407 Price, W. W. .......... ...................,......,................... 3 65 Prirle, Frances B. .,,,,,,,.,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,., 4 35, 463, 471 Priesrlcy, Kate W. ......................,.......,......,............ 101, 436 Prillaman, J. R. ,........, 128, 292, 327, 330, 355, 1110, 464 Pring, C. B. ..........,..............,...,,....,.,... - .......................... 470 Pritchard, Arleen ...,....................,..,... - .......,...,................. 451 Proctor, E. W. ,..,..... .,,,,........,,..,,,..,....,. 1 01, 477 Proctor, Louise I. ..... ......... 2 26, 227, 231, 432 Propst, D. W. ...... .................................... 1 34 Proselt, J. R. ....... ............ 1 01, 205, 404 Prosser, E. ..................... ..- ............ .. ....... 369 Prnut, C. U. .................... ....... ..........,........ 2 0 2, 394 Prouty, Betty J. .................. ..- ...,.......,.........,......,.,... -...240 Provine, Elizabeth W. .........................................,.......... 436 Prrivine, L. 1-1. ............,...,. ....... 1 44, 363, 416, 471, 477 Prueha, M. J. .......,.....,. ...,........,........,,.,...,...,......,.., 3 77 Prugh, Isabelle D. Pruitt, C. L. ....... . Pri Upsilon .......... Pnlllicilliunr ...... ..,... , . Puestow, C. B. ...... lfollcnsky. C. H. ..... ....... 1 86, 190, 172 101500. J. A. ....-... .................................... . .344, 476 Ponder. J. ,W. .... ......... , ..................,...,..,,,,, 1 77, 455 Poole. .1. L. ............ ....................................... , 400 Por-Ie. R. D. .. ........... 184, 326, 330, 336, 1711, 462 Boer. Dorothy, L. .... ............,...... 1 00, 263, 422, 479 l30l'I"hil!1, ' DISC ,Wu ,,,YY,.,--Y----,v---, FUYV V 1 '-----, Boormax, Ssrah L. ..... .........., 1 00, 301, 435 UPC - . ........... , ,,,,,,,,, ,Md 185 Pope:C:1therine ,.,,... ,,,, ,241 Pope, R. W. ......,. H ,,,,,, 214 Pnpham, C. E. . ........ ,,,,, ,,,,, 3 0 2 PQPP, Bernice E. ..., .,100, 442 :Znrcl-1,rWj P. ...... ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 4 1 1 nrt, 1. . . ,,.. .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 415 Berne. De . ..... ..,.... 1 30, 295, 406 OFKCF, , '. .... ,,,,--,-,-,,v,-,,--VV,V 2 Sorter, ,.,. ,,,,,,,,, 3 35, 397 0l'!0l', ', '. ,, ,--,---,----- Porter, P. M. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 5 5 Pnrrer, Helen .,,, ,,.,,, , , ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Y 252, 422 Porter, I.. V. . ................,..,..........,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 77, 370, 461 Porter. R. B. ............. 45, 100, 300, 316, 317, 325, 326, P W S 328, 334, 369, 384 orter . . ,....,.,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,---,,,,,,, , 4 52 Porteriield, L. L. 1, ,.,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,MZ53 Porteus, R. W. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 100, 2513 Portman, C. P. .... 46, 100, 164, 168, 172, 1114, P F A 191, 194, 368 ost. 2. . .......... . .......,.... ...,..., ,...,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 3 3 2 Posterman, J. . ,..,,,,,, --,,,-- ,--,-----, 4 0 7 Potstock, W. G. ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,,,VV, 4 0 3 l'0tteg1zer. A. .1. .... .,..,. 2 51, 357, 464 Pottelger, E. ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 17 Potter, Dorothea ..... Potter. Potter, Potter, G. F. .....,,.,, , Potter. Mildred A. .... . R. N. .,...... . Potter, Pntter, W.. .,,... Powell, Virginia ..... ,,.. Powers, Iilinora I.. Powers, P. B. .. Powers, Genrgianna ..... Powers, J. A. ...... .. Powers, W. J. , .... . Powless, K. B. ....... . Pownall, Ruth M. ..... . Eleanor 5'. ..... Mary E. ...... ..........i00 425 ......,.,,100 .,.,.....,472 434 459 378 .. ............... . ....,... 241 410 . .. . 372 ......,.256, 347, 451, 471 45, 1 1, 0 436 07 473 333, ........-,247 1 34 Puiol, Ruth ........ ...... 4 73 Pulcher, Alice .... ......,. 2 40 Pullen, Peggy ........ .......... 4 47 Pulliam, D. C. ...... ...- ......,..... .346 Puntney, C. S. ...... .......... 4 4, 101 Purdy, W. E. .,.... .............. 4 08 Purl, R. C. .,,.,.......... ..... ...... 3 4 6 Putman, W. ..,,....,.... ...,.................. 4 79 Putnam, Catherine L. ,..,. ......... 2 35, 431 Putnam, Doris M. ....... 107, 308, 431 P1.1tnam, Ruth E. .... ............... 1 01, 234, 438 Putting, R. H. ..... ........................................ 3 36 Pyhrr, W. A. ...... .......... 1 01, 333, 468, 473 Quayle, R. H. .........,. ......... 1 29, 359, 466 Quentin, Elsie H. .... .....,......... 2 56, 422 Quenzer, F. A. ...... ......... ............ I 3 5 Quigley, E. M. ...,..... , .,...... 315, 327 Quill, L. L. .............,,,.,.,.. ,.,.,.,........ 1 111, 382 Quillin, Katherine L. ............,...... 273, 3011 Quinn, T. 11. ...,..........,, ......... 1 01, 367, 468 Qiiirke, T. T. .........., .............. 4 02, 471 Rahe, C. I.. ................. ........ 2 77, 408 Rabinnvitz, Estelle ..,.... .............. 4 50 Raby, Kathryn T. ...., ..........,.... 4 27 Raclin, Virginia R. ....... ........... 2 52, 424 Radcliffe, Frances J. ...... . ................... -..30l Raddatz, W. D. .....,... ..............,............. 4 02 Radebaugh, G. H- ......... 164, 203, 385 Radi, H. L. .1....,... ....,..............,.1.. 3 82 Rial, R. M. ....... ...................,.. 1 01, 305, 412 Rags, M. A. .......... .........,.....,...,....,....,.................. 1 01 Railsback, 13. F. ,...... ........., I 26, 254, 255, 346, 387 Rainey, J. L. ...........,..... ......,.........,................... 1 01, 362 Raistrick, Mary H. .............,....... 451, 455, 475 Raleigh, J. C. ....... .. .............. 273 Ram, M. M. ......... -.. .........,, 111, 160 Raman, Blanche M. ............ ..101 Rambach, F. R. ......,.....,..... ............,... 3 98 Ramenofslty, Lillian R. ..., ....,.. 3 08, 450 Ramey, C. ........................ .............. 3 97 Ramser, Marie L. ........ ,.. ,..... ..,....., 4 29 Ramsey, C. W. ...... ...... 1 02, 272 Ramsey, J. A. ............ ...................... 3 99 Randall, Delia B. ......... ........................ 4 48 Randall, Dorothy M. ...... ,........ 1 29, 230, 431 Randall, F. D. ............ ....,....,..... 1 02, 371 Randall, Mary L. .... ...................... 4 48 Randall, W. R. .... .......... 4 70 Randles, -W. J. ...... ..... ..403 Ranes, Dorothy L. ........ .. 449 Ranger, Jeanne F. .......... ,. ...,....,,,.,,,, ..435 Rankin, F. H. ...... ..,...............,........, 3 96, 408 Ransom, C. F. .... ,......., 1 02, 326, 333, 4611 Ranson, R. T. ...,.... ,,,...,, . ,. ,...,.. .... ,,,,,,.. . 3 46 Rapaport, D. B. .... ............ ......,........,.. 2 5 R Rapp, Esther H. .... .............................. 4 72 Rapp, W. E. ,......... ..,.... .........,.... l 0 2, 385, 474 Rasmussen, E. B. ...... .......... ......... 1 6 9, 346, 376, 455 Rasmussen, Josephine L. .... ..............,.......... . , ...., 438 Ratay, T. P. ................... .......... 2 73, 403, 455 Rathe, H. C. ............... 1 .,,.,.,, . ,,,,,,.,,, ,259 Ratliff, Alice E. .... ,.,..., .,,,...,,, 3 0 1 Rattner, M. L. .....,.. ..... . , 360 Rauh. Margery E. ...... 252, 435 Rausehcrt. Mary A. ...,. ......... ...,... .... ......,, 2 5 3 , 433 Ray, Doris L. ....... . ................ ...... , ........ ..... . 2 40 Ray, H. . ............... .............. ..... ............ ...,.. , 4 1 1 7 Ray, 11. 1.. .. ,......, 102, 296, 111, 1711. 466 Ray, P. B. ,,,.,4,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , 4 0 9 Ray, R. 1.. ..... ..........................,. ,.., . , N409 Raymond, Dora E. ..... .. 241 Raymond. R. H. .... ..........,... ............ , .,..... 4 1 6 Rayner. W. H- ........ - .......... .......... 1 74, 469 Reach, R. W. ........,,,. . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 391 Read, Beatrice M. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 273 Rcadey. J- W. .-,.... . ........................ ........ 2 14, 356 Reagan, lf. P. .....,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,131 Ream. J. W- .......... .. ....,. 251. 126. 335, 116, 111, 404 Reamer. O. J. ........................ 102, 204, 329, 334, 340, 341 Reeh. Virginia E. . ..........,,,....,,.,,,,,....,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 4, 102, 291 Rector, Florence M, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 2, 450 Reddish, Ruth V. ,......, ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 3 3 Rvdfern. R. K. ....... . ..,............................. 253, 269, 273 Rcdfern. R. L. .................. 102, 254, 273, 316, 325, 326. 328, 335 Redican, Laura, M. ..... ,W ,,,,,,,,,, ,440 Reed, C. F. .......,....,.,.,, W, ,,,,,, ,395 Reed, D. A. ............ .,,,,,,..,,,,, .,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 5 3 Reed, F. H. .... ....,,........,.......,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, - ,N3111 Reed. G. D. ...- .......... 44, 45, 102, 290, 291, 369, 466 Reed, G. H. ..... .,,..............................,..,.,.,..,, . ,35B, 171 Reed. H. B. . . .....1,.. 277, 365 Reed, J. H. ............. ..186 Reed, R. H. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 44 Reed, Rae H. ,,,.,,,, 102, 425 Reed, T. A. ..... ..............., 3 40 Reeder, C. A. .... ,,.,,,,,,,,, 4 78 Reeder, M. ......... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 07 Reeder, R. E. ,,.,,,,, 102, 331 Reemly, J. H. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,J58 Recdy, J. P. ....... ..,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H455 Reel. Martha E. ..... ...-..- ........ ...... ......... 4 1 4, 461 Rees. E. K. ...- .......... - ............................................. 346, 460 Reese. Margaret J. ...,........ 127, 211, 255, 279, 432, 471 Reese. W. L. ....... - ...........................................,.,.,... 343, 455 Reeves, Arlyne L. ......,..... 127, 128, 227, 228, 233, 236. 239, 240, 262, 263, 270, 298, 299 Regan, J. F. ..... Rehm, L. H. , ....,..,. ...,.,,.,....,,,,..,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,. ,,,,, 3 74 Rehwald, E. A. .......... .,......,, 1 02, 470, 47s Reich, H. J. .....,.....,....... , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 344 Reichardt, Dorothy M. ....... ..,..,.. 1 02, 226, 435 Reicherts, E. R. .,........... ......,....,,,.,.,,,,.. 3 76 Reichmann, A. .,,,,,. ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 370, 479 Reid, E. A. ....... .,,,, , ,,.344, 470 Reid, H. A. .,.,.... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 72 Reifsteek, C. R. .... ,,,. ,,,,,, M, ,,,,,,, 311, 315 Reiman. G. C. ............... .......... 3 06, 336, 404, 479 Reincberg, Carlyn P. .,... ,- ,,,,,,, 252, 277, 424 Reingold, M. E. ......, ........................,.....,....,....,,,.,.., 3 60 Reinhardt, Evelyn ..... .......... ,. ..,..,.... ,. .......,,.,,,, , ,,,,,, ,. ,.,441 Reinhardt, G. L. ................................................, 252, 366 Reinhardt, R. C. .................. 41, 102, 294, 355, 404, 468 Reinheimer, Mildred C. ...................... ,,,... ........,,,, 2 5 3, 472 Reinish, C. L. ....................... .......,....,,.,.....,........,,,,..,,,,. 3 98 Reinkc, Katherine L. ,. ,,,,,,, 102, 425 Reinke, R. C. ......... .. ,... ....,....,,.,..,... 3 72 Reinking, L. A. ...... .,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 03 Reimer. Mary L. ......... .....,.... 2 78, 307, 427 Reisz, Marjorie L. 267 Reitsch, R. , ............... ......, 1 611, 264, 266, Reizner, Miriam ........ Relman, H. E. Remsen, Rcnne, Lynn W. Renner, W. A. ....... . Rennick. E. H. Rennick, Mary E. G. W. ....... . 57 390 , ......... 131, 376 ,258 3 36 1 Repsis. A. C. ............ . ........, 103, 469 Resnick, Michelle .,..... .....,,,, 2 34, 450 Ren, M. T. ..,.......... ......... 1 03, 455 Reuse, W. M. ..,.......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 09 Rew, C. L. ................. , ,,,,,,,,,,., 340 Reynolds, Elenore M. ...... -103 Reynolds, J. R. , .......... ..,.. ......., 2 6 9 Reynolds, R. E. ...... ,,..,., .... 4 I 4 Reynolds. W. G. ......... 333, 373 Reynolds, W. K. ...... ...,..,.,,..... 4 14 Rezankn, W. H. ...... ............. 3 75 Rhea, H. Ii. .......... ,.,,,, . 478 Rheim, Jeanette .... . ....,. 450 Rhein, I. D. , ...., ,,,,,,., ,398 Rhoades, Eleanor ...... ...................... 4 50 Rht1ades,L. K. ......,. ..,............. 1 03, 392 Rhode, C. S. ..... ............................ 3 90 Rice, A. L. ....... ......... 2 65, 1711, 466 Rice, Alice C. ...... .,...,......,,, 4 72, 476 Rice, L. L. ,,,,,,..,,.. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 5 9 Rice, Sylvern A. .... ........... 4 43 151511, I'I. ............ ,,,,,.....,,.. . ,, 396 Rich, Marian J. ..,...,, ...,,...,, 2 63, 438 Richard, Wilma A. ...,... ........,.....,. , 240 Richards, Barbara L. ..... .... - 103, 240, 476 Richards, J. E. ............ ......... . ,103, 391 Richardson, A. W. .....,,... .. 409 Richardson, D. ........... . ....,, , 412 Richardson, W. R. ........ 333, 336 Richart, P. E. ........ .................. 3 44 Richey, J. P. ............... .,,,.,,,. 2 53, 390 Richman, M. W. ,.,.,,,...,,,,, 273 Richmond, Ida M. ....... ......... 2 56, 431 Richmond, J. B. ........ ,...... ...,.., 3 4 6 Richmond, Lillian L. ..... ,..,..,, 1 03, 272 Richner, G. A. ......... ................... 4 55 Ricketts, R. S. ,.,..... ......,.. 1 01, 456 Ricketts, S. P. ..,,... ,,,.,,,.,,,..., 3 30 Rideout, J. B. ..... .......... 3 68 Rizleout, L. W. ...... ............... 3 68 Ridge, T. L. ,............,..... .,.,,,.., 2 52, 336 Ridgway, Marion A. ..... ,..103, 429 Riedelhauch, L. L. .......,...... 455 Riedclbauch. Lois W. .. ...,..... .,,,,,, ,.,,, , , . ,,,, .,,, , .2449 Riedeman, R. ........... . ..,..... .... , ., ,... ...,,.455 Riegel, R. W. ............ ........ 1 711, 1110, 1116, 373, 465 Riegel, Ruth E. .... ........,,.. . ,l03, 226, 270, 432 Rieger, C. H. ,1,. , .....,.,.....,, ,103 Rietz, G. ,........,. ,,,,,,, 4 10 Rifkin, B. ..... .. .,,...,, 383 Rieize, Lois T. ,. ........ 273 Riggle, P. T. .......400 Riggs, J. H. . . 478 Riha, Dorothy .... ,,,,,, 4 50 Page 508 5 399 273 INDEX OF PERSONS AND Booxs-Continued Riley, E. W. ....... .... ...,.............. 103, 268, 300, 379 Riley, Nancy F- ...A .. ......... 347, 438, 460, 463 Rinakcr, Clarissa ,,.. ..,,,, ,, ,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.... 4 31 Rina, Marjorie E. .... ..,.................. 3 OB, 448 Ringel, I. ..........,.,....... ,,... ,. ......,.,,, 3 60 Ringol, Isabelle .,........... -..,. ....... 424 Rink, M. Genevieve ....... ,.,,.., 4 38 Rink, R. ........... - ........A... ,........,,,,,.,,,,,.,., - ,,...,,,,,.,, 3 99 Rippe. C. H. ............ ............,.... - .......... ....-,......4l6 Rives, Hallie J. ....... ....... 1 31, 229, 253, 449, 472 Rives, Marion L. ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , .,,..,,.,, ,2S6, 449 Rives, W. B. .......... ...........,.,....,...........,...,..,. 4 03 Roadhouse, J. B. ,.... .............,,, 1 ss, lss, 399 Roanc, R. D. ..... ..,...,...........,,,,..,,,, J 46, JI7 Robb, M. jean, .... , ,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, ,Q ,,,,,,, 432 Robbins, J. M. ....... .. ...... ,,,,,,, J 05 Robbins, Sylvia C. ..... ...... - .. ,..,,,, 441 Roberson, Lena B. .... - ........ .,,.,,, 4 Jo Robem, A. J. ...,., ,,,, ,..,,,, 3 9 5 Roberts, D. C. ,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, J 05 Rubens, Evelyn ......., N ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 305 Roberts, Florence V. ,, ..,,,, 256, 4:1 Roberts, G. S. .....,,,,... ,,,,,,,, 1 lf, 168 Roberts, Helen F. ,,.. ...,.,, ,,,,,,,, 1 0 3, 451 Roberts, Helen L. .... ........,..... ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 1 0 3 Roberts, Mary J. ...... .. ......,.,, 1,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,., 4 5 1 Rubens, O. A. .......... ,,,,,,,, 2 31. 235 Robcrzs, O. D. .,,,....,.. ,,,,,1,,.,,,,, 3 80 Roberts, Rosemary E. ... .,,,,,,,, 4,434 Roberts, S. C, , .,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,v,..,.,,,.,,.... 1 03 Robertson, E. C. ...... ..,....,,, , 279, 473 Robertson, Carisa ..,........,. K, ,,,,,,,,v,, 467 Robertson, H. N. ...- .......,, ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 342 Robertson, Maxine ,,,.,,. ,,.,,. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 04, 432 Robertson, T. D. ..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 S8 Robinson, Anna B, .,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, 4 35, 475 Robinson, J. E. ...................,.....,..,.......,,,,, ,,,..,,, , ,, .,,.,,,,,,, 455 Rvbinwn, Jean F- .....-.......... 228, 229. 256, 342, 435, 463 Robmson. M. H. ...... ..... ............................ J 4 J, 455, 4:3 Robinson, Ruth E. .... .... 2 .,.... 2 ....,, , ,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,..,,,,, 4 32 Robison, J. I. .,,.,,., ,q ,,,,w,, v ,,,,-- ,Q ,-----' 104 Robison, Viola E. ,,.. ,,,,,,,, 2 59, 472, 475 Roche, A. V. ..... ,,.,.,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 71 Roche, J- J- ...- ....... ...-...l95, 369, 465 Rochmnn, N. G. ......., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 98 Racke. V. S. ................. ........... 1 04, 309 Rockhold, Mary K. .-,, ,,,,,,,, 234, 423 Rodcbush, W. H. Rodcnbergcr, R. M. Y .... .. ....... 358 .........-...4l 3 Rodgers, L. A. ...............,... ..,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 3 79, 452 Rodwcll, R. D, ,.., ,M ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, - ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 55 Rocrig, R. N. ,..,.. .......,..,..,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 5 Rvvrrser. H- G. ..... ........... - ........... 1 04. 340, 347, 454 Roerrgcr, W. ....... ......, ,, ,. ..., , .,..,,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 194 Rohde, C. ......... ..,..,.,...... ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 4 5 Rohlen. K. V. ...... - ........... -...104, 139, zss, 334, :sr Rolla, F. W. ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, --194 Rollo, Mary ........,. ...,..,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 40 Ralph, Carol .............. .....,,. 2 ss, 432 Rominc, J. Marion v,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, l 1342 Ronnlds, F. S. ..,,. ....... ,,,, , -1-384, 339 Roos, F. W. ....... ,.,, ,,,,,,, 405, 456 Roos, Marjorie I. ........... RODS, R- C- ............. - ................. - ................,.... -..,2l3, 40a Roosn, W, L. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, - ,,,,,,,,,,, 47f ROM. Pearl .......................... - ................................,.... -....4so Rom, W. A. ........ 104, 316, 317, Jzx, Jza, 329, ns, -Us Ropfequct, A. C. .......,..,.,. ,,,. .....,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 4, 408 Rvpgcqucr. Edich .....................................,.... 256, sos, 423 Ropucquer, W. C. ,,,,,, ,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,2,,22,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 67 Rosnndcr. B. T. .......,.....,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,2,,,,, 1 04' 400 liosborough, J. B. .,...... 46, 104, 143, 163, 213, 380, 457 Rosborough, J. R. ............,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 330, 184 Rose, G. I. ............ ...........,,....,.,..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 0 7 Rose, Jane M. ...... ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 16 Rose, M. P. .,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 01 Rose, V. G. ............ 2,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 3 74 Ruse, W. C. .............. ,,,,,2, 3 SB, 397 Roscbrook, D. E. ..... . Roscmnn, L. L. ....... . Rosen, Isabelle S. ..,.. . Rosen. Vera S. ,.... .... . Rosenbaum, Mildred Rosenberg, M. D. .......... . Roscnblum, Janice A. Roscnblum, Miriam ......... Rnsenkrantz, Fredrika ..... Rosenstiel, B. ............ . Roscnswcig, Evelyn M. ..., Roxcnthal, Cecile F. Rosenthal, D. R. ......... ....... , Rosenthal, R. H. .... Rosin, Rita E. .... . Ross, A. ....... Russ, Ross, D. W. ...... G. W. ....... , ....... . ROM, R. C. ............. Rmsertcr, G. M. ...... Rnssmnn. H. C. ..... . Rout, Mary A. Rost. S. F. ...,.... . Roth, B. F. ,.......,,., , Rurh. Dorothy A. ....,.... . Roth, W. T. , .......,,....,...,,., ,, Rorlmcnhurgcr, Ruth M. .... . Rnrhcrt. Kathryn E. ........ . Rothwell, Grace A. .... ...,.....278, Jos, 450, 477 450 ......,443 . ...... 415 , ...... 424 .......424 ....,..424 04 . . . . .... .450 241 130, 261, 295, 346, 407 0 .........1o4, fffffffffi'2'iiQ'h'2'E5Q 378 301 359 309 104 .........,.,.,409 .,A....432, 1 04, ........l30, 295, ,..,..,,l04, sos, ......,l04, 237, 239, ...........Js1, 257, ssr, Rouge. J. K. .........,.,, . Rourke, R. J. ........ . Rouse. J- E. .,........... . Rourh. Margaret ....., Rovclslnd, H. ...,,.. . Rnwc, C. E. ,,,.,,...,,..,, , Rowe. C. G. ..........,........ . Rowland. Elizabeth L. .... . Rowland. J. K. ..... . Roycr, C. P. Rubens, L. H. .... . Rubin, H. H. .... . Rubin, J. ., ..... Rubin, L. G. Page 509 463 305 307 241 426 366 330 431 309 468 399 298 385 414 386 333 360 455 Rubin, Lucille ..... ,,,,,,,, ,,2,2 , , 44l Rubin, M. .......... ,,,,,,,,, 2 52, 386 Rubin, M, M. ..... ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, . , ,202 Ruby. J. C. ............ ,..,. . .17s, 389 Rucker, H. J. ........ ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,2,,,,,,, 4 6 7 Rucker, Mary E. .... ,,.,,,,,,, 2 73, 476 Ruclkcr, M. Louise ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 2 73 Rucker,-R. G. .......... ....... 1 05, 340, 343 Rudd, J. ................ 2,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.. , 462 Ruddy. Peggy V. .................. ..........,,,...... 2 40 Rudolph, I. H. .....................,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,2,, 2 i6 Rudolphscn, Charlotte L. ...... ....,...,.,,.....,,,,..,.2, 4 44 Rudy, Eliznhezh J. ................ , ..,,,, 259, 300, 427 Rue, F. E. ........................ ,..,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,, J 0 S Rucbush, D. H. .,,... ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 1 Rueckerr, F. C. ...,.,... 105, au, 365 Rucggcr, J. M. ...,..,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,364 Ruchc, H. A. ...,,,, ,,.,,..,2,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,405 RMT. H. T. ..,,..... ...,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,, , 105, 455 Ruhnow, E. W. -,... .....,. 45, 105, 469 Rullmnn, E. E. ..... ...,......,.,....,.. 3 64, 465 Rumble, A. W. .... ...........,.. 1 os, 329, 334 Rummler, R. S. ........... ,....,.. 1 26, 19s, 390, 457 Rumsey, Mary B. ........... .....,...,..,..,,,......,,,,,,.,.. 4 6I Kunkel, EliZcBcth M. .....,..., 105, 444, 476 Runnclls, D. B. ............. ...,..,..,,,,..,.,.,....,., 3 87 Rupc, Gwendolyn M. ..........,,..,,...., M448 Rusch, W. K. ...- ........ ........... . 397 Rush, G. F. ............ ...,.,..,,,..... 3 89 Rush, H. M. .. ............. .....,,,, 2 57, 3s9 Rushford. Sylvia R. ......,,.. 105, 241 Rusk, Elizabeth H. ..... .................... 3 42 Rusk, H. P. ................. ...........,... , .. .....,..,. 361, 379 Rusk, Martha H. .,... ..,.,..,,.,.,..,....,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, I 05 Rusk, W. D. ............. ......... 1 os, zw, 268, soo, 379 Rusknmp, Mary E. ..... ........................ 1 05, 444, 476 Rusknmp, W. H. ........... .................................,,.. I 05, 397 Russell. F. A. ............................ 163, 345, 402, 456, 464 Russell, Geraldine C. ...................,.... .................. ,...,..,.. 3 0 8 Russell, Helen L. ,............... 47, 105, us, 232, 233, 236, 263, 341, 421, 436, 463, 467 Russell, R. C. .......,.......,...,,.. 253, 397, 465, 459 Russell, W. E. ,... ......, , ,,. .,.,....,,...,,, ,,,,222,,,,,,,,,2 A V269 Russell, W. H. ................... ......................,...,.,,..., 1 s4, nm Russo, A. J. ................................,,.....,...,...,,,,,..,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 I0 Rurclnnis, Josephine M. ............ 44, 105, 290, 291, 449 Rutherford, E. G. .2.... 2 ..., 1..- ,,,2,,,,,2,,,,,,,,,,,,2,,,2,,,,,,2,,,,,,,,, 306 Ruskin, I. B. ................... - ........,.. .,.,,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,2,,, 4 07 Runonburg, S. J. ,.., .,,..,,,., 2 52, 407 kutl, Gladinc S. .... ,,....... 4 72, 476 Ruud, R. A. ......... ,,,,,,,,2 3 27, 401 Ryan, A. R. ,.,....,,..... .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 4 6 Ryan, Agnes M. .... ,2,,.,,, 2 ,,,,,,,2,, 4 28 Ryan, D. G. ......... ... - ..,,,. - ,,,,,,,, ,388 'Ryan, Dorothy M. ,...., , ,2,,,,,, 240 Ryan, H. D. ............ .,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,, I 05 Ryan, J. A. .......... .................,.... 4 59 Ryan, J. G. ........... ................. I 05, 468 Ryan, Mary J. ...... ....... 2 53, 449, 472 Ryan, W. P. ,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 3 B8 Ryde, R. E. ..... , ..... 134, 346 Sabin, C. B. ..... ,.,,.,.,, 4 oo Saclzrm .................... ,,,,.,,,,,,,, I 26 Sachs, J. M. .... . ........... ...... , ..,,......,..... 4 61 Snckett, Virginia A. ....,....,..,,,,,,,, 234, 432 Snckcrr, W. L. ...,,... ...... ., .,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,, .,,, 3 7 3 Snder. M. .............................. .......... 2 06, 406, 459 Sndtlcr, B. P. ........................ .,.,......,.....,,,,.,,,,,,, , ,,,392 St. Germain, M. Eleanor ....... ....... I 05, 444, 463, 479 Saipc, B. A. .......................... ............,.................... J 86 Sale, E. W. ................... ............,.....,....., . ara, asia Salins, Audrey A. .......... ....... I 28, 129, 292, 441 Salisbury, F. W. ................ ,...........,. 1 os, 330, 369 Snltsxnzm, Henrietta J. , .... ..,..,.....,.....,..,.,,....., 4 72 Saltzman, Lillian A. ..... ,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 06 Snlycrs, J. D. ................. ....,...,...,.,. 4 03 Snmmons, LaVerne M. ..... .,.,,,.,, 3 47, 460 Samuel, Rose ................... ...,.....,,,.,..,,..... 3 01 Samuels, W. J. ................. .,....,,.,.,..,.,, .,.,,,, J S 9 Samuelson, Doris T. .............,.............. N240 Samuelson, L. R. ........ .......... l 06, 468, 476 Sanborn, R. W. ...... .........,..,.,. J 05, 369 Sanders, H. E. ..... .................. , ,.,40J Sanders, J. H. ............ ,,,,..,,,,,,,,, I 06 Sanders, Kathryn E. ...... 472 Sanders, R. J. .................. . .................,.. 397, 455 Sanderson, E. G. ...... ......... .....................,...,,...... 4 0 2 Sanderson, Elizabeth M. ..... .....,... 1 06, 307, 308, 444 Snndin, E. V. .... ..,.,,.....,. ..,..,...,,,.,.,,,.,,.,2.,, ,,,., 3 9 9 Sandler, Rev: R. ................. .......,.,....,.,,. 4 50 Sandmcycr, Kathryn M. .... .,..,,,,. 4 39, 476 Sandry, Dolores C. ........ ......... I 06, 451 Sandusky, R. H. .......... ................ 3 R2 Sandwell. G. M. .......... ,,.......... 4 05 Sanmann, Madge S. ..... .............,., 2 72 Santoro, S. ................ . ......... 129, 273 Snpora. R. W. ........ ..............., 4 59 Sapp, Aurora Q. ...... .,........,,.,,.... 3 07 Szlrgcant. Patricia ...... ........ 1 06, 436 Sargent, Ruth M. .... ....,,.,, , ,, 241 Sargent, W. ........... ......... 3 30, 403 Sargent. W. F. ,.....,..... .,..I34 Snrli, G. S. ....... ....................,.. I 06 Summerfield, P. ....... .,,... - ...,...,,,..,..,.,, I 06 Sauer. F. L. ...... ....... ............................. 3 7 I Saunders, Alta G. ......... 433, 471, 475 Saunders, M. C. ...... ............,..,.. , 408 Saunders. Mary J. .Q ..... ............ 4 31, 470 Saunders, R. H. .... .. .............. 416 Saurs, F. E. ............ ............... I 35 Snuticr, P. M. ............ ., ......,... ,. 375 Savage, Miriam J. .... ....,....... 3 06, 435 Savage, T. E. .,.............. ........... ,.........., . 3 67 Savage, Virginia M. .... ,,.. . ..l06, 436, 474 Savage, W. E. ..... ....... - ................... 3 59 Savoiu, W. F. ..... ........ 3 27, 335, 359 Sawyer, J. P. ....................................... 106, 373 Sawyer, P. W. ................. ..................... - ........... . .134 Sayre, C. R. .......,..............., 106, 268, 300, 345, 379, 467 Sayre, E. C. ................... .. ...... -..- ....... 164, 168, 171, 364 Srulflmnl and Blurfc ..... ...................................... ...,....,. 3 2 6 Scnifc, R. R. .............. ......... 3 27, 331, 378, 455 Scala, Viola I. ................ ....... I 06, 230, 231, 45I Scanlon, Winifrcd C. .......,.... 106, 421, 445 Srurah . .............................. - ............................................... 477 Scnrrott, Jeanne L. ................,..................., 427, 463, 472 Sclmnd, J. A. ............................................,..........,..,.,,..,,., 358 schncln, J. H. ...................... 46, 105, 143, 250, Jso, 464 Sclmchtman, M. R. ......,.......,.,,,.,.,.....,,,,,,,, 164, 205, 360 S'chact'cr, C. F. .......... , ...................,..,,........, -..,2S6, 389 Schaefer, E. ............ ....,,., 106, 410, 455 Schaefer, G. E. ............. .,..... ,......,.......... 2 ,..,.,.., 3 7 J Schaeffer, Anne L. ..........,,..,.....,,..,...,...,.2,,,,.,2, 421 Schaeffer, J. R. ...... .... ...,,,,...,,,,,., ,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,2,,,,,,2,,,,, 4 6 I Schafer, I. Jean .......... ...,.... I 07, 239, 240, 298, Joi Schafer, Mary F.. ......... ..,.,,,.....,.,.,,,,,2,,,,,,,,,, 2 52, 438 sulmfcr, Virginia M. ...,, .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J 0 6, 451 Schafer, W. A. .,.......,..... ,,,,, 2 U, ,,,,,,, 397 Schaffer, 0. G. ........, ,,,,,,,, 3 53, 477 Sclmifner, A. ............... ..,.,,,.,...... 1 07 Schnpp, Anita R. ,,,, ,,,,, ..,4,,472 Schnudz, M. H. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 SS Schnucr, W. H. ...... - ....... 107, 453 Schccrcr, W. E. .... ........,,........ 4 02 Sclucffcr, Ruth ......... ..2...... 2 53, 451 Schcick, W. H. ,.,.. ..,..,,,, 3 64, 477 Schenk, N. .......... ....... ............ 3 0 9, 371 Scherer, A. C. ,..........,,. -,, .,...,....,.,...,..,.,, 2 ....... 334 Scherer, j. J. .............. ,.- ....... .... - ........... 1 31, 263, 269 Scheyur Annette V .,......., 107, 296, 421, 441 Schick: Caroline W. W Scluick, F. A. ...,........ , Schick, NV. R. ...2... . Schiff. Pearl M. ....... . Schiffbnuet, G. E. Schild, C. W. ...... Schiller, Rose L. ..... . Schilling, C. G. Schilrz, L. R. .....,., . Schindcl. W. P. Schindclbcck, J. F. Schindler, Louise M. Sclurz, P. N. .......................... . Schlngcnhnuf, Caroline A. Schlnzrcr, C. F. .................. . Schlesinger, M. ............... . Schmid, J. U. Schmidt, E. Schmidt, F. W. Schmidt, M. T. ..... . Schmidt, Schmidt, Schmidt, Schmitz, Schnnkcnlucrg, G. H. Schnapp, C. .... . Onitn R. Sclmnuber, Enid ......... Schncbly, Ellen M. Sclxnclwly, M. I. Schneider, D. R. Schneider, O. M. ..., Schncizcr, P. W. Sclmiepp, L. E. ..... . Sclmitzcr, Schnur. S. T. Scluobcr, L. M. S. ....... . Sclmock, H. A. ....... . Sclnucningcr, J. R. Schocppcl, N. , .2.,..,., Sclmlcs, T. F. ............... . Scholl, Dorothy M. Scluonlcy, F. Ii. ........ . Sclwonmnkcr. S. . ..... Scllottmnnn, A. B. ..... . Sclmutcn. li. R. ..,... . Schpok, M. R. .............. . Schpnk, Rennette E. Schrader, H. J. ....,... , Schrader, R. .. ..... Sclxrnut, K. C. ........ . Schreiber, A. L. .... Schreiber, G. F. Schreiber, R. S. - .... Schreyer, W. ,....... . Schrodh. E. E. .... . Schrodt, J. W. ...,. . Schroeder, P. L. Schubert, A. E. . .,.,. . Schubert, B. F. ............. . Schubert, Louise W. Schucsslcr, K. J. .,..., . Sclxucssler, Lucilc B. .... . Schuettc, K. A. ........ . Schultz, C. M. ,,.,..,. . Schultze, Anna M. .... . Schulz, W. A. , .... Schumacher, J. M. .... Schuman, S. W. .... Schurocht, F. W. .... Sclxustck, I. D. ...., . Schuyler, G. Jane ,.,.. Schwab, H. H. ..... . Schwngcr. D. G. ....,. . Schwartz. Christine ....... Schwartz, G. F. ....... . Schwartz, H. A. .... . Schwartz, H. L. Schwartz. M. P. Schwarz, Peggy ., .. Schwarz, Ruth ..,. . Schwritzcr, G. P. Schy. M. H. ..........,. . Schy, M. M. .. .... Scotland, Ezhcl M. R. A. ........ . R. E. .............. . Virginia M. V. H. .......... . 468 07, ..- ........... 393 ..........,443 ...........468 . .......,...,., 468 ,.I07, 450 .,...,,.,aos, 475 . .,.... , ......,.............. 40l ...Y..,...........Y......... 342 zso, 231, 438, 463 - ...................................., 388 451 ....,....,343, 409, 454, 458 ........,,..,,.........,..,....,...,I07 .,..........3'32, 357, 462 ....,......344 ......,.4l 4 5 8 1 07 ..45 5 ,307, 425 390 """"A""fla97 ........429, 259 467 6 84 . .,,.. . ........ 409 390 468 40s 522' 468 342 273 107 .. ..,,.,,,.,,,, I R4 ..,......4l4, 107, .......,357, , 07 , 309, . .A.,,... 273- 469 436 464 475 455 I07 398 424 388 361 461 474 385 ,.......340 360 ,,.,,...,.,455 .305, Ai6?"'S6'i""3'6EQ' 306 ,135 ...........4l4 340. 404 ..l07 2 6, 228 , zss, 421, 413 432 ..273 ,.......,,.,240, 308 ..........s2-2, 335, ass r ........l94, 199 , -us 107, zu, 234, 235, 237. 474, ,......,.,...,.....,.., ..329, 256, 533700, ..... IOK, 444 475 331 407 3K6 451 425 372 398 355 442 INDEX OF PERSONS AND Booxs-Continued Scott, Agnes L. ...... ........... ..... .........................l08, 451 Scott, B. K. ........ ....................................--......4S3, 419 Scocc, Frances M. ...........,... .......... .. .................. - .... 108, 237 Scott, G. Margaret ..... ..... .. .... .. .... .. .......... - ....................... 240 Soon, J. D. .............. -..- ..................,......,,..............,.,...,.... 377 Scorr, J. W. ,............ ..................... 1 os, 263, 276, 278, 279 Scart, June J. .......... ........... .... .. ...... 3 .................................. 435 Scott. Margaret L. ............ ..... ............ 2 28, 231, 233, 235 Scott, Virginia A. ....--..- ...... .. ............... - ............... 108, 432 Sem, W. ........... c.. ...... ..., .... - ......... - ................................ 365 Scovill, H. T. .............,..,... 248, 264, 343, 380, 456, 438 Scovill, Mary J. ...................,.,,,.,..,........,., 217, 252, 435, 472 Scovill, W. S. ........., - ..,.....................,.,. los, sos, 362, 47f Scovillc, Isabelle .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 41 Scranton. Naomi B. ....,.....,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. los Scully, Constance A. ,............, .,.,, .....,,..., ,,...,,,,,,,,,., 1 0 B , 233 Scales. C. F. ........................................,..............,........... -...309 Seaman, A. Jane .............................,..,.,,.,,,,.,.,,,, 130, 295, 433 Senmans. F- L. .................. 108, 140, 164, 263, 265, 185 Scar, B. ....,............,,,.,...,,,....,........,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 5 sem, H. E. ....,... 44, los. 257, 270, 290, 291, 301, 371 Sew, A. R. ........... ............ .,.. - ....... 1 o s, 345, 199, 41s, 4ss Seaton, D. C. ........... Q, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 134 Seaton, Mary B. .......... Saber, Virginia L. Sccnrd, Fern M. ...... Sedelmcycr, G. ........ . Seed, L. ......,.... .. ........... . 411 308 ..........39S 429 Scclmaycr, Helen M. .....,........................................ 108, Scely, F. B. ....................................... .. ..........,.,. 344, 387, 469 Secly, I. R. ,,...... 46, los, 140, 164, lu, :s7. -ass, 476 Segner, C. D. ..,,......,.,,........,,,,.....,... ,. ...........,...,,............,, 356 Segur, Dorothy F. .. .... ..... .. ................,...... 2 40, 448, 415 Seifert, W. F. ...... ........................ I 34 Seifried, W. J, ...... .,.....,..,.., ........,...,..,..., 3 8 1' Seiler, O. E. ...... ....- ......... .......... 2 67 Seiler, R. L, ...,..,..... . Seicer, Seizler, Scldomridge, C. M. Seleian, Scligson, L. ,..,.........,... . Sellers. Kathryn M. .... . Sells, Phcbe j. .......... . Sells, R. E. ....,........... . Sene. Lucille D. ..... . Scncfeld, C. L. .... Sencff, G. P. . ...... Seni, Louise M. Seng, G. W. , ......... Sengcr, Helen L. ........ . Sengstock, Doris E. ..... . Senior Senior Senior Louise ..,. ...,,..,.. , I. H. ................... . W. J. ..........,. . 450 .,..,.,...278 , . .,.. ...340, .........108, os, ..........336 306 sos, ....,,....s-us ass, 471 421, -us zrs, 426 -sv 449 114 462 ,.,....,396, ..451 BB 256, Hn! Comnullrc ......... .,,.........,.. I n formal ..,..............,....... .......,... Informal Commilfee ....,....... Senior Invilaliorrx Commillc: ...... Senior Iuckct Cnm1niHre ..,,.,.... 432 ..128 N294 ..,.4f 45 ..........129 Smior Memorial Cammitlre ,..... ......,.... 4 5 Scnrcich. H. ......................,.................,.................. ..,,...... 4 07 Sensency, R. M. .......................,.....................,...,............... 369 Senzmnn, E. E. ..... ........ 2 sl, 269, 27s, 464, 475 Scrkowich, J. H. ..... .....,..,.,..,,,.,.,.,,,,,,, ,.,.,,,., 3 J 0 Scrwich, A. E. ...... ,..,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,..,,,,,, H392 Scstak, J. G. ....,... .......,,, .... 3 3 6 Sechness, Ruth ....... ........ 2 56, 436 Severna, W. H. .... ..,....,.... 4 76 Seybalt, R. F. ...... ...,... ...,................ 3 7 7 Seymour, J. D. ...... ..........................,...,....... 4 I6 Shabino, C. L. .,,, ....... 1 oe, 341, 455, un Shafer. R. C. ............. ...,,..,......,,,.....,,...,,,... 4 so Shniler, Helen M, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 44 Shambnugh, J. P. ..,.,, ,,,,,,.,, 4 4, 109, 590, 468 Shanks, R. B. ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,..,, J 36, 416 Shannon, M. D. ..... .......,............ ,... . 392 Shannon. P. L. . .,........... .......... 2 ss, 370 Shapiro, Eleanor D. ....... 131, 441 Shapiro, L. .,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 S2 Shapiro, Selma S. ..... ,.....,.,,...,.. 4 41 Shanv, A. ,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 J 5, 4511 Sharcot, J. ...... .,.,,....... 4 06 Shnrkey. R. J. ........,.... . ,...... ....... 4 05 Sharp, G. Virginia ....., ,,,,,, 3 07, 433 Sharp, J. H. ............. .. ......... 364 Sharp, Kathryn .... .,...,,,, 2 40 Sharp, L. T. .......... ,.,,,,,,, 3 16 Sharp, Lucilo T. ..,.. ,.,,,,, A 3,307 Sharp. M. Marjorie ...... ,,,.., 3 07, 433 Shaver, A. K. ........ , ,,,,,,, ,,4,,,39l Shaw, Eloise M. .,... .5 .................... ..... 4 44 Shaw, Helen ............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7 9 Shaw. Kathryn J. .... .,............. 2 51, zss, 237, 241 Shawl. R. I. . .... ........ . 277, 104, Jos. nfs, 475 Shnyman, Ruth E. ...,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109, 455 Shen, Bernice P. ...,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 50 Shenrcr. jeannem: , ,,,,,,,,,, 109 Shedd, T. C. ................ ,,,,,.. J 44, 469, 479 Sheeslcy, B. Lucille .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 fo, 472 Sheen, Arvilla M. .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 og Shcccz, Frances C. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 0 g Shein. M- H. ......... ,......., 1 09, no Sheldon, R. S. .... .......... 2 ss, 334 Shell, F. D. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 09 Shell. L. K. ............ .,..,,..... 3 77 Shelton, R. M, .,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Y ,,3y7 Shepnnck, Genevieve ...... ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 9, 445 Shepard, F. P. .......... ,.,,., ,.,..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 5 4 Shepard. Jean S. .,..,....... ................. 2 31, 42s, 451, 472 Shepherd. R. V. ........................ 109, zss, su, 414, 470 Shcpherdsnn, Virginiq ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 41 Sherberger, F. G. ,,,,.,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,, 4 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U7 Sheridan, E. P. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 02 Sheridan, Marguerite C. .,... ,,,,,,,, 1 Jo, 234, 235, 451 Sherman. E. E. ..,,,....,.,,,,...,, Q ...,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109, 4Sf Sherman. J. W. .... ..................................,.........., 2 ss, 473 Sherrill. R. R ............. ........ 1 09, 316, 317, 325, Jza, 333 Sherwin, Ruth j. ,,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 34 Shevlin. G. H. ...... ....... 1 09, 141, 263, 264, 387, 466 Shi-Ai ..............,., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 61 Shick, D. H. .... .....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 5 Shimanek, J. ..... ,,,,,,,, 4 03 Shinderman, S. W. ......... ,..,. ..... ,,,,.,,,,,..,,.,.,,,,, 3 98 Shinn. Sarah E. ......... ... .......... ............... 4 32, 472 Shipron, G. E. ....... , ......... . ,.., .,,..,,.,,, z 53, 309, 597 Shire. R. L. ..... - .......... - ................... 109, 340, 470 Shorr. C. F. ........ - ....... 109, as-4, 199, 462 Shrincr, R. L. ........ ...... .. ..,. ..,............,...,... JSE Shroyer, M. J. ...,...... .......,,.., 3 27, 330, 396 Shulmistras, j. A. .... ....... ,,,,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,.,,,,, 2 7 3 Shumwny, W. .......,...... .. .... .. ........ . .......... 413, 474 Shure, Janet H. ............... ... .......... ......................... 4 26 Shutzbnugh, Marion R. ...... ......... 1 09, 416, 469 Siamns, D. A. ......... -M .... ...................,..... 4 S5 Sidcll, P. A. ..................... ,. ....,.,,........ 301, 362 Sicberr, F. s. .................. ....,. ......... 2 4 a, 347, 464 Siedenburg, Dorothy E. .... ............... 4 37, 478 Siegel, Isabel .................... .................,.... 4 50 Siegel, M. B. ...... .. .......,................ 383 Siegel, R. B. ............... ......... 1 09, 408, 470 Siegfried, J. H. .,......... ..., ............,........... 1 3 4 Sicmers, L. L. .... .............. .......... ........... 1 0 9 , 475 Sicminntkowski, S. J. ....,...... - ....... ........ 1 94, 199 Sicmon, R. E. ............... .. ........ ........ 3 36, 380 Sigmn Allrlva I1fl!il0n ....... .........,..... 3 97 Sigma Alpha lotu ...,... ........... 4 77 Sigma Alpha Mu ....... ........ 3 98 Sigmu Chi .... .,.........,.. . .., .,.. ......., 3 99 Sigma Drlhl Chl ......................... ....... 4 64 Sigma Della Kappa ..... .. .......... ........ 4 00 Sigma Delia Plli ....... ........ 4 7B Sigma Drlht Rbo ..... .,....,. 4 01 Sipuuu Dvlln Tau .... ....... - ...... .....,. 4 4 3 Sigma Knplva ............ .. ......,,. ...... , .444 Sigma Nu .....,............. ....... ,.,,,., 4 0 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon ....... , ......... .,,.,,,, 4 03 Sigllld Phi Sigma ....... .. ......... ,,,.,, 4 04 Sigma Pi .....,.............. ,,,,,,, 4 05 Signal Corp: ............ ..,,, ,,,,,,,, J 2 J Signer, Nellc M. ....... ....,................... 4 42 Silbcrbcrg. W. S. .... .. ....................,..... 383 Silver, Edith G. .... ........ 1 31, 253, 424 Silver, Reba ........ ................,........ 4 24 Silverman, B. M. .... ......................... 3 98 Silverman, L. ......,..... ........ 2 04, 386, 461 Silverstein, R. ,,................ ......,,,.,,,,,,,,..., 2 02 Silverstein, Rnynn B. ..... ............... 2 57, 424 Silvian, Clara K. ......... .......,.....,.... 1 10, 450 Simkus, A. R. ................. ........ 1 10, 273, 455 Simmons, Dorothy B. ...... Simmnns, Madelyn Simmons, V. N. .......... . L. .... . ...........423 34 434 .342 331 383 41 3 Simms, Catherine A. ..... ............... 1 10, Simon, 11. J. ................... ........................... . Simon, H. M. ............ ........ 1 10, 329, Simon, P. ........... .............. 2 52, Simon, P. D. .......... ..................... 3 99 Simon. R. M. .......... . Simon, Sherwin O. ..... ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 3 60 Simon, Sydney O. ..... ............ 1 10, Simons, E. G. ....... . Simons, M. ............. . 407 . --............. ..... ....... 3 B 3 Simonson, E. T. .... ......... l 10, 402, 468 Simpson, C. J. . ........ ...,...,...,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 6 8 Simpson, 1-Inrrict M. ,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, M448 Simpson, Katherine ........ .... ....... ........ ,....., 4 3 5 Simpson, Mntluildn C. ...... .......... 1 30, 291, 432 Simpson, R. S. ............ ........ 1 31, 297, 387 Simpxon, W. M. ....... ................ ......, 3 S 7 Sima, Florence B. ..... ............ 2 31, 347 Sims, P. A. ............ ........ ...... ............................ 3 4 6 Sindelnr, J. C. ...... ........................................ ....... 4 1 3 Qindelnr. R. J. .,,, ........ 4 4, 45, 110, 290, 291, 413 Singer, H. R. .... ......................................................... 3 60 Singer, T. I. .......................................................,............ 360 Singleton, F. A. ........... 44, 110, 263, 266, 271, 290, 291, 401, 457 Sirrn, Tlrc' ......... ....... .......................................... 2 1 7 Sirles, W. P. ...... ................ ..........., , 1 31 Sissnn, W. A.' ...., Sitzhcrgcr, F. J. .... ............................ . ,, 388 Sivcrt, R. C. ............. ......... 2 15, 346, 402, 468 Skaggs, Hc1en L. ...... .......,.................. ....... 4 4 8 Sknrdn, E. J. .......... ............................... 4 08 Skidmore, J. R. ...... ..................... ....., 2 7 8, 306 Skidmore, W. E. ..... ....... 2 78, 304, 305, 306 Skillman, Ellen L. ....... ................................... 4 311 Skinner, Mary W. ...... ....... ........... 2 7 9, 442 Skirmnnt, Ellen ........ .............. 4 51 Skog1und, W. A. ..... ,...... I 10. 364 Skonning, W. H. ..................................... ............. 3 95, 477 Sknog, K. ...................................................... .............. 4 03 Sknrcl, J. C. ................ 44, 290, 291, 314, 315, 317, 323. 325, 326, 3211, 332, 4711 Skov, H. W. ........ . ....................................................... 110 Skrndcr, C. E. ..,....... ..,......,....,..,..., 3 44, 470, 473 Skull am! Creston! ....... ........................ 4 65 Skuscvec, Veronica ....... ........... . 308, 423 Slmymnker, C. M. ........... ........ 3 25, 333, 414 Slepickg, Pauline M. ..... .................. 4 21, 430 Slidingcr, Ruth E. ....... ........ 1 10, 451, 475 Slifkn, Anne .... ........... ........................ 4 7 2 Slogm, H, J. ,,,,.. ..............,...... 1 61 Slupik, W. ............ ------ 4 68 Slurzky. Evelyn ........ ........... ........ . . --V-.450 Smale, D. H. ................. .............. . .............-......---- 3 70 Small, L. H. , .....,.,..........,. ......... 1 10, 353, 359, 334 Smnllcnbcrgcr, L. C. .... ................................... 3 94 Smart, F. ....................... ................. ...... ...-- 3 9 0 Smart, H. G. ............. . -.... 309 Smcrgnlski, R. A. ...... ....... J B3 Smcrling, E. L. .... H306 Smidt, Astzl C. ........ ....... 4 49 Smilianic, C. D. ....... ....... 2 73 Smith, A. Eleanor ....... .- .... 425 smith, A. F. ............. ....... 1 97 Smith, Ada B. . ........ .. ..................... .. ....... .. ....... 307 Smith, Alberta M. .... .............................................. 2 41 Smith, Ann A. ,,,,,,,, ...,... 2 34, 235, 307, 428, 467 Smirh, may J .,.. ..... ........................ 4 S , 295, 425 Smith, C. M. ..... ........---------.---------. J 44, 473 .....................331 Smirh, C. W. ..... Smith, Catherine E. ............... ,....l10, 226, 445, 471, 473 Smith, Charlotte M. ........ ..... ..... ............ 43, 110, 263, 476 Smirh, D. A. ............. .. ..... - .............,.....,,,.,.,..,,..,,..,,....,..,, 384 Smith, D. H. ........,,.. ,.- ,.,,,, ,.,,,,, ,,.,,. , ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 336 Smith, Dorothy E. ..... .,...... 1 27, 251, 435, 463 Smizh, Dorothy L. ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 443 Smith, E. J. ............ .... ..,,.,. ...,,,... J 6 1 , 403 Smith, Emmy L. .... ...,. ...... ,,,,.,,,,,,,.. , ,436 Smirh, F. M. ....,.,. , ,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, 337 Smizh, F. R. ....... ,,,,,,,,, 3 77 Smirh, G. C. ............ ........,. ,,,, , . .,462 Smith, G. F. ........................,,..,.... ........,,,,,,,..,,, 3 ss Smith, Gaines W. .......... -..--- ...... ..................... . .459 Smith, George W. ..... ,.,...,. .....,..,, ,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,., ,340 Smitl1,Hnro1d A. ...... ......... J 09, 405, 411 Smith, Helen D. ..... .....,...,.....,.,..,,. 4 43 Smith, Horace A. .... ......,... 2 59, 356 Smith, J. C. .............................................. 1 ................ - ..... 399 Smith, Jenn A. ........................................................ 110, 434 Smith, K. A. .,.......... 110, 297, 314, 316, 317, 321, 326, 328, 333. 336, 363 smith, K. P. ......................... c ............,.................. 131, 315 Smith, K. S. .........,..,. ........ .. ......................................... 3 30 Smizh, Knrhrinc M. ......................................................... 472 Smith, Kirker .................... 127, 254, 215, 279, 437, 471 Smith, L. A. ............... - .................................... - .....,. iss, ass Smith, L. J. ............................... - ...................................,. 393 Smith, L. L. ........... .... - ..................................................... I 34 Smith, M. H. ........ 41, 111, 248, 326, 330, 315, 381, 417 Smith, Margery ............................................ 277, 423, 471 Smixh, Martha .................................................................. 307 Smith, Mary .......... .......................................................... 2 56 Smith, Mary C. .................. 45, 47, 111, 226, 294, 433, 463 Smith, Mary M. .... .......................................... 3 08, 451 Smith, P. A. ............ ..................... ................. 3 4 6, 415 Smith, Peggy C. .... ......... 2 12, 428 Smith, R. H. ...... ............. 3 76, 4311 Smith, R. S. ...... .......... - ...........--.. 3 91 Smith, Rachel L. .... - ........... 306, 474 Smith, Roy M. . .......... ................. 2 72 Smith, Russell M. ..... ................ 2 73 Smith, Ruth E. ....... ....... l 11, 432 Smith, Ruth V. ..... ................. 4 28 Smith, S. F. ........ .......... 1 64, 406 Smith, W. E. .... ...............-- 3 94 Smith, W. H. ...... .......... 3 70, 465 Smirh, W. L. .......... . Smithcrs, A. C. .... , Smithers. K. A. ..... . Smiukamp, C. J. Smoycr, Virginia ......... Smyth, SMPP. E. R. ...,... . R. R. .......... . Sneed, C. B. ..... ..... . Snider, Margaret M. Snivcly, R. E. ...... . Snively, R, R. ..... . Snonk, A. M. ...,... . Snow, 13. P. ................ . Snow, E. Caroline ....,.. Snow, L. B. ............. . Snyder. C. E. ...... . Snyder, Grace P. .... , Snyder, J. A. ...... . Snyder, L. E. ........... .. Snyder, Lillian M. Snyder, Marian E. ...... . Snyder, Marian 1. .... . Snyder. Phyllis E. .... . Surial Frulrnrilicr Snderstrom, C. E. Sodcrslrom, C. W. Solfisburg, R. J. .... . Sulgcr, W. H. ....... . Solomon, A. ..... . So1nmon, C. E. Solon, Mary M. Sommer, J. R. ......... . Sommer, Ruth E. Sondag, R. F. . ......... Sonncckcn. H. Sontng, H. ............ . Salvlmmorr' Colillion Som, F. S. ......... .. .... .. Somrilim ........................... Sorrell, Elizabeth I. S'orsen, W. W. ........ Snvtrin , N. ............ . 'fff.'f,f'4'i'Q"i'i'i'Q"i'9'EI"Zi'iAQ 272 ...........377 185, 377 33 ...........422 .336, 462 , 467 384 434, 463 451 .,.........399 373 292, 455, ffff.'ff.'3iiEiTi'i23'.'IEEE." 1 1, 240, 307, 385, 340' 419, 111, 240, ...,...252, ....1QQQQlS?'Q"E32'f' 418 435 357 465 341 473 467 259 431 11 ..- ....... 431 14 397, 1 6, 457 474 .......,..,396 1 1 , ,..ffffi'i'i'Q" Soros, G. P. ............. . Sonci, Jenn .................. Saukup, Dorothy E. ......... . Soulmp, J. ......................... , Somhwick, Charlntzc L. ..... . 394 406 . .,,,...... 111 130, 336, 295 374 491 .,.......l3S 253 92 291 ........,370 9 450 462, 471 406 ..........,sJs zsa, 427 277, 429 .,,.,.-...Jss 240, 307 Sowa, W. E. .................... .......,,.,,...,,,,,,.,,,,,.,. 2 S3 Spalding, J. W. ............ ............. ,... .,............. 3 4 6 Spnnicr, H. J. ....... .....,. 2 56, 346, 376, 451 Spaulding, B. B. .,.. . ....,...,................,,.. 362 Speaker, A. H. ........ .,...................... 3 36, 387 Spenlmnn, M. L. ...... .. ....,...,..,....................,.. 358 Spear. Frances L. ..... ..,...., 1 11, 347, 437, 463 Speer, K. R. .......... ........................ 2 69, 455 Spence, R. W. .... ....... ........,.......,.. 3 5 8 Spence, W. A. ,... ....... . ......,..,..,,,,.. 3 95 Spence, W. E. ........ ........,......,,,.,...,,.. 3 30, 381 Spencer. Edith L. ....,,. ....... 1 11, 278, 306, 374 Spencer, Glenna A. ................,..,,.. 111, 450 Snr.-ncer, Wanda L. .... ....... ........ 2 2 9, 431 Spcngcl, G. V. ........ .- ....... 451, 458 Sbcngemnn, A. H. ............... 415 Sperling, G. ............. ......... 2 53, 460 Sperry, G. A. .....,......... .............................................., 3 B7 Spichs, H. ............................................................................ 401 Spicsmzn, Mildred C. ......,..,., 127, 128, 129, 233, 237, 292. 428, 463 443 Spinner, Lorraine R. Spires, L. A. .............. . Spirler, j. C. .,.... Spirler, Mildred E. Spivey, C. .,.. , .............. .. Spivey, Marion G. , .... 30 36 , ....... 472 ..4S3' ....-...1l1 Page 510 Temple INDEX OF PERSONS AND Boosts-Continued Spungbctg, A. E. ..... ......... .. ......,. .413 Spooner, J. M. ....... ... .... ...... ....... ......... J 81 Sprague, C. C. .............. .......... 3 92 Sprengel, H. J. ...... .. ........ ......... 4 78 Sprengling, K. .,........273 Springer, W. ........ ....... ....,........ 3 8 4 Sprout, Venus M. ..,,.,,,..,.,...... ,..,... 3 08, 448 Spurgeon, A. L. ...... ...... ...... ,.-. ...... - ...., 385 Spyrison, T. N. ... - .......,.. .......,........... . 455 Squarcy, C. M. ...... .. ........,. 333, 473 Squibb, Pauline ........... ,......,. ......., 2 4 0 Squires, Edith W. ...... .. ........ ,...442 Squires, Margaret L. ..,. ........., 4 30 Squires, Sara A. ...- .... .......... 4 72 Stacy, 13. L. ...,......... ............. 3 65 Staehle, lda M. ..... Staehlin, D. W. ...... .......... 3 29, 334 Stafford, E. E. ............... ..264 Staggs, G. H. ...... .......... 1 11, 259 Staggs, W. R. ...... .......... 3 26, 333 Staley, s. C. ........ ...,,............ 4 59 Stantler, Mary E. ... ............ .440 Stanford, E. B. .... .... - ..-...340 Stanford, Lela .......,. ................. 4 72 Stanford, R. F. ........... ....... 1 11, 463 Stange, J. C. . .... ............. ...........,.. .......... 1 1 2 , 409 Stanley, Marjorie E. .... ......................................... 4 49 Stanton, Helen ............ ........ 4 4, 45, 112, 294, 444 Slar Course ..... ........ .................,.................. .. ...237 Star, L. P. ........ ............................... 4 07 Starlt, W. E. .................... 195, 413, 457 Starr, C. J. ...... ..........................-...-.-........-.-- 4 03 Starr, M, O. ......, .......,...........,....... 1 12, 309, 468 Starrett, W. ..... ......... 1 12, 164, 203, 207, 469 Statkus, A. W. ...... .... .....-.-.-..--.---..-.-------- 4 0 5, 455 Staudt, G. L. ........ ....................... 4 4, 265, 369 Steed, C. V. ............ .....--..-----..-.--..-----.--- 1 12. 467 Steele, J. E. ............... .......................-....--.--- 1 12, 403 Steele, Marjorie C. ..... ..............-..------------. 4 4, 112, 433 Steele, R. L. .,........... ......... 1 30, 263, 295, 338, '465 Steer, A. E. .......... .--..------.-......------ . -.-----.-- - -.----. 1 35 Stefani, A. .......... Stefanich, W. M. .... . .,........459 ..........273 Steffen, G. C. ...... . ...........-...--.----------------.----------- .-....--, 3 70 Stege, Eleanor E. ...... ........ 2 33, 237, 240, 455, 467, 475 Steigelman, T. F. .......................................-.......... ..112 Steimley, L. L. ... ................. 304, 305, 461, 475 Stein, C. H. ..,... ........ 1 12, 344, 4611, 476 stein, J. H. ........ .................,................ 4 70 Steinberg, G. S. ..... . .... ................. . 2393 Steiner, G. .......... ....... .....----.----------------- 2 5 3 Steiner, W. E. ...,... ..... ......... .- ---.-.-------.----- 1 3 5 Steinmann, J. W. ... ..- .......... .....-. 1 12, 363 Steinwart, J. ........ ......... .. .......... ..----.-.-..---.---- 3 6 6 Stephens, C. ......... .- ....... ---.---.- 2 66, 267 Stephens, N. L. ...... .-...-.-.. -------.-- 1 12, 377 Stephenson, J. H. ........ .... .. ... ................-..-.-.---. - .-.-..- 112 Stephenson, Mary A. .. .. .... .. ..........---... . .-------------- ----- 3 05 Stern, Evelyn A. ......... ...... .. ...-...1l2, 257. 424, 473 Sterne, Elizabeth ..... ...... .. .,,,.............,....... .112, 307 Sternfeld, R. .... ....-...-----......---.- - -----252 Srerrett, R. R. .... ...-...-..-. - -.-353 Stettner, H. W. ...... .......-.-.-- 1 12, 463 Stettner, R. J. ..,.................. ...............--..... - ...455 Steuber, Rosemary ..... . .. .......,. -......... 2 53. 445. 450 Stevens, C. .............. ..... ..................-. - --..--. 2 6 4 Stevens, D. P. .... .......... . ..-.....-------.-..--.----- 3 77 Stevens, A. ...... ....-.315, 327, 329, 335 Stevenson, C. L. ...... .............. 1 12, 334, 343 Stevenson, Ruth ..... ...----.---- - --------A--.---- 4 51 Stewart, C. L. .... ...-..-- 3 43, 374 Stewart, R. F. ....... ..--.------.----- 4 ------ 3 74 Stewart, R. 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