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Life at Illinois sud- denly becomes youth's valiant response to that challenge and undergraduate effort more meaningful and momentous. Every student enrolled in the University is as vitally engaged in the war eFIort as are the young Americans fighting, dying, and sacrificing on combat fields for the Victory of our Allied Nations. Each student's zealous effort resolves itself and points definitely in one direction. In the student's heart, as in the heart of this book, is one inflexible purpose-to sus- tain and preserve the American way of life. It is the editors' earnest desire that the lllio of 1944 will portray with vivid clarity this spirit of Victory that is the American way of life at Illinois. l 4 fx -il ...it J Editors: EDITH SOBOROFF and MARILYN M. RANKIN Business Managers: JACQUELINE A. STANHOPE and SARAH M. MILLARD S S g i' -fig. ACTIVITIES UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS I ORGANIZATIONS "Tl ' I Champaign-Urbana XI? Volume 5I Presented by the CIoss of T944 M, iv:-if 2 19-'Sf' VH -,Ci 9 DEDICATION I67 HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES I4,8Io HAVE GONE TO WAR Palermo . . . Kiska . . . Guaiu . . . Klidxvav . . . 'lieheran . . . Never have the lighting Illini in those places and at home meant more to their country and their Alma Hater than noxv-19-H-. Mud . . mosquitoes . . . -laps . . . tropical fever . . . Hitler . . . lt's a far crv from the loving outstretched arms of Alma Xlater. She's a million miles axvav from the Fighting lllini who lies down at night to sleep and wake and wonder. She's a million miles aivav. but closer and dearer to his heart. Hell come back tonight to tramp the Broadxvalk, to dream of an lllini coed, to walk again the muted halls of Labor and Learning. Perhaps he'll toss restlesslv and wonder hoxv the 'gold place" has changed, what thev're thinking and if they know as surelv as he does that Victory is cer- tain and worth dying for. On the University of Illinois service Hag, an lllini heart beats behind each shining star, with courageous spirit and a hope for the Victorious future. 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I, 'fig I"-.sages Y is Q. -3555 5 , H C311 if - 1 .4 Z, .,,, -A , . . .. f -.. -f-ff' -' ' ' I fri-Zwiirf . , 1--E ,-gp X - 2 - .. gnu 3'S.,?. 5, ,QA 5. , .- K,". - -V gg JE."-f . " .i .sy-'. 2-2'-ix ,M 1. tggref J- -- .rx 11 'Z-,Q 1 - V 1-33:4 'V' 5 . ' - K " .'f..' M. , . .. . ,, -V -QQ ::- .Q-,.:,,E 1. 'f wiki- . qw- -' .xg 1 -Q-. - , ... .,., ...M . jj 5. K1 Jia., A f-H 13 as xg? 'WY XA? if if at ik it YA' if if if Yi 5 ,. ,. .. ' ' ' . , .xxx ir I niversi ly ADMINISTRATICDN CCDLLEGES AT URBANA COLLEGES AT CHICAGCD UNDERCLASSES SCHOLASTIC HONGRS Q. N if. SQQ .v ., M X PN 'K tix, l ADMINISTRATICDN .-,Q-" '-:Q-,1.',, 412- 11 Q-'elififgzztir xviy! '4:fi4v., f , . -9" ' N' -:fx --'X if ' wi , xx , f X '. ff' -N :- ' l xxxxxxxx ' 5 Y fx PU Nyynlu Z 1 ffl 'v 1 xg' .- ' Kglml- W ' ,-cfffffibzc-r " .- ---- 'V' - f - -un. ,l 17 TO THE STUDENTS: llhether or not victory Will be achieved in 19-H by our military forces depends upon many factors, most of which now seem to be operating in favor of the Allies. But it is not too soon to begin thinking about it and to make plans for it so the University of Illinois will be ready to serve the returning veterans, some of whom are already appearing on college campuses. The xvar is yet to be won and the University is devoting many of its resources to that end, while still providing for all those civilian students who are able to continue with their college education. Many members of the faculty and staff of this institution have made and are making important contributions toward winning the war. At the same time the many and diverse problems which will arise when the war is ended have not gone unheeded. In fact, im- portant studies of these matters have been in progress for many months so that we shall be prepared to render those services and to perform those functions which, as a progres- sive and forward-looking educational institution, We are most qualified to do. Xllllll R LL I IS U'Il.l,XRIJ Piusinixi. Uslxiicslix HI llllxuls Arthur Cutts Willard xi as elected scvcnth president of the Lvnivcrsity of lllinnis hy the Board uf lrustccs on March 13, 1934, and assuincd the presidency in july nf that year. He has been a nicnilmer uf thc l.'ni- versity faculty' since 1913, cnining here as assistant professor of heating and ventilatiun in the Depart- ment of Xleclianical Engineering. l-'nur years later hc was made a full professor and in 1920 was nained head of the department. Nine nionths p1'ex'imis to his election as president. he had been niade Acting Dean of the College of lCnginee1'ing. Dr. YVillard was horn in XVasl1ingtnn, D. C.. and attended the Central High School there. He studied in the National College of Pharmacy' for une year and then entered the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- iifvlugy. taking a chcniical engineering cnurse and receiving his Bachelor uf Science dcgrcc in 11211-1 lfullouing graduation fruin .X1.l.'l'. he taught for one y'C:1l' at the fiklllftlflllll Sclimrl ful' .XlCL'l111I11C1ll Arts in San lfranciscu and fur three years at George Hvash ingtnn l.'nix'ersity' in thc National Capitol. 'l'he fun years preceding his transfer to Illinois he served thc United States Uhr llcpartnicnt as Sanitary' and Heat ing lfngineer. Three hunnrarx doctors' degrees have heen con ferred upon President XYillard:bDoctor uf lfngineer ing ln' the Case Sclmnl of Applied Science, lloctn nf l.au's ln' George NYashington L'iiii'ersity. and also the llnetui' of l,aus ln' Nnrtlixrestern Laiiversity 10 , fifml' .--1 V41 an-5, W EAL ? 5 gr L .N Q PF m7 AZ Q. V fl - 1 W be 31,225 gh, -X- ,KX-'ff , A NA W E e 1 K .:"". 7 1, z 'Ui K -1 A Q f A , 2 -11 4 I S', . 111 C7 I .H l,. , I Or '-'XX' I 9 x . ,HW 0 1 , .e xx-,-wp:-1 i ,, 1 N ,f ,l:mu. . AAN, f 1 X I F1 O I - 2 .v 4 f-rg 1 : : ,1 f-1 9 CAF ? 1-1-1 QQEH ,f ' ie sv L" U H QQ oar' 9133 , k Emu: 6, H QM Sv 'Wm F1 127,271 -1 -nz: Z 7 V - 9 E' U1 H Fir' A i 3 W yn 73 0 r. , n- . 4 :1 'PU ': 7-1 E ECMA v-1-3 55' 3 '11 U: "ggi r-4 ,FSS rw 74024 F1 Q7 ,. - 5:-zQ'7U : ::E'0:.w 'cf F5352 3 ' 2 5 ' I "4 '54 Q v . ' , 3 .' U -11 U 3:51 'I Eg- 4 7 - . U- E: ziffggq -u E 7 P7 Q12 Q ru?-'SH' F 3:3 UC, H222 fz Q5 2,2 QE 3 -2 PQ, 'Sm 45' E' E.,--1 ' . ' . O 2,2 022903722 ff'-DP Ni' . ,L .g , ' . N- 'EN Q17 110 MQ 6- I' 75 Z cfm H Q71 Q' Sham' U 2 rw -Him m Pi T' 'N'N:fwT M 73 'Nfl -4 L-1 ,-1 bmw- W rf N 211 4 ,gg IEEE I5 k-1 QQ- "' rv ' 1 Ni, N N' A 5 Q E323 E. F 5. fumxlxu Q' 'ff Y-21222, E HON. DXVIGHT H. GREEN 3 OF TRUSTEES i UF ' uw a. C 0 ,ll 57 Y' 'l'lf'f'7q6 , 5 Q if 'Un 3ARr 1 I lg, . X j 5 I ffl! l lv xsS Q Q ' O 'lg QQ 3' Pxioe livin,-vicx :Mir 1..,.'f 1.1 it ' rmnv 3 1 ll"- 'u f 9 .4 f f i f "4 A ze , Z 1 ! S D ll 2 4 : '. 64 f i Q Q - lux I 9' uxYXxxxsSS'ss Every resource of the University' is devoted this year to the promotion of allied victory. Members of the faculty are engaged in scores of research activi- ties for the armv and navy. many of them of a secret nature that cannot lie divulged until the lighting ceases. Instructional facilities are training men in the Arniv Special 'I'raining Program. the Navy Diesel School and the Armv Star Course. A great armv of Illini is fighting on every front, from the Aleutians to the Solomons, from Naples to India, in the air over Berlin and under the sea off Tokyo. In the first txvo vears of the xvar one hundred sixty-seven Illinois alumni gave their lives for America. The trustees and administrative personnel of the University feel that theirs is a dual responsibility. I-'or not alone do thev recognize an obligation to give everything at their disposal xvhich may further our militarv action toXi1lI'LlS victoria. ln equal measure they assume duties uhich envision the future peace- time xvorld and its progressive needs. Among the projects nou in the planning phase are the Institute of lfootl Research and the neu' Uni- versity Airport for aeronautfcal experiment and in- struction. lioth of these developments are of major importance. Une might even say' of vvorld importance. since all the peoples of the earth for years In come xvill lie alisorlmed in. and reaching out for, advance- ment in the art and science of food and flight. v'l-s..u- 'Nunn-' Nirxrii, Mr KELviv r'csxixi,iiui Forum Minn ,lixsrx f.:1. X R. f :Mx . Q k 9 Y 1 4 V- V 'S " f" 5 ' s- .-.. , ef N l Q j "' 5 X N X .rv ' Kaimaxta LUKEN MOREY wieq- is -A.-,, Femxor Liriliislw Dxvis THE PRCDVOST GF THE UNIVERSITY 'T AINRTJ. HARNO, B.S., LL.B., 1.L.D.,1.if:.D. A Q ,, L'11ix'mJiiy Proraxt and , N I Dum: ol Ihr? College of Law THE ILLINI UNION THE REGISTRAR 4, fr 96 as ,.,-f Ui i FF-.A Oumvrrxn , ERXYIN J. SCIHRFIIKFR A Irzrxn D. PIIERSON, A.B, Groncn P. TuTT1.l:, B.S. Efxm, C, Srvvlfn, M.S. DONALD A. GRQSSMAN, LL.B .I Tfjzffr .II,:r:,:gu, Affnzq 1II.:r1,yger, lffirzi Um0r7,' Sofia! Direflor, Rv,g1fln1r RU'fH-fw' E-WUIIUYFY lllnzl Fuion ,II.1mzqer, lllmi Union Bwlmfore lllmi Union '77 PERSONNEL BUREAU XYIIIIAXI M LIIIMF1, Ph D QIIKJUQ Dtuf 1, l35r1ff:f,If lilfnm' THE UNIVERSITY BUSINESS CDFFICE II' 'fi I si' A - LLOYD Momfx' H.-KRUI.D IXI, EINARDQ, I.I,.B, HOXY'ARD A. HAZLETON, B.S. CHARLVS H. PRATT, AB, rum .-X. XXIIIQNIR, B SA 5IxNIIY F. SMIIH, AB. BJIIHJ., C.P.xl., I.L.D. Pl11'rlv.1.vir1g Agn!! fI,fJi.I,'.1v1l C'7771.f7ll'Ullif Cfunf .'Iffu11f.'f.:f:f H.'.r,I.:r' ,-I:4..":! f Cffrllptmlfer 'R ff W UNIVERSITY PRESS 1-Ifmom E. Cuxxmor-IAM, A.B. Dmwzm-. Lfrzlzwfzly Pwu Dirm'lf11', Irzlolnmffwl Offfv Svwfhlv-5, Bf1.1r.! of Trnwlvax PUBLIC INFORMATION RADIO STATION 3-In PHYSICAL PLANT HOUSING DIVISION Faux F, Srufmnxv, BS Imrrf F. WIRIGHT, A.B. IHIRLN S. HAYINQ, M.S. S. :EARL THOMPSON! AM. ERNEST L. S1iOUFFER,- M.Arch lflmnf Im ll-L IPmI,'wv My lx',I.lm I1,'fI,.'ffv, Pnhln lrlfmrmznffrl .nhl Dlnmuf, Plqxlml Plnul Drpmlwvlll flfllrlg Dlrfrlor, Dlrlnall of UIIl1't'fJIlj Affblffff Y :mm .zml Puffin Iu1f1wr1,1.ffffr1 lC.1l:ff X1.11n.11 II"-I-I.-L Silnlfllt Huluing 2-I SUMMER SESSION , ,pax ROBERT B, Brmxx nr, PILD, Dlvfftfrr-, Szfnzfmr ,XXI-11111 Dm-.ffI,,, g',.'.'fI,I,I.-I 15I:If.' ,V HEALTH SERVICE HIGH SCHOOL VISITOR ALUMNI OFFICE INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH 0"1 ' J. Hcrxxum Bmnn, .-LM., M D. HARULD D, Tnrxxmz, .-LM. fTH,w1,1s E. Bmxlx, B S. Im I uw R GRIIIITH. PIID Lflzlruulj Hmlllv UUTIU niflnzg I'1.'.glW Sulwml I'i,Iimr .Exrrnlfir Difuflw' uf I'?iwI'.'f1f', Bumln of If1.vIi1l1!i0r1,1f Pad of llw Dgfuzrifflwzl ffl limlffv Swan: .-iflmlwf ,'I,r,mf.'.1!1'-N1 RL-f.lr1f", CIfffr,.'1r1.zlf1r, ,-111115-Nmj Cullrgz Y'r.m1ir:u Pffww-:nz 25 I I , ' I I 1 1 OFFICE OF THE DEAN GF STUDENTS The Otliee of Dean of Students at the L'niversity of Illinois was created by the Board of Trustees on the recemmmendation of the President on August 31, 1943. The othce is charged with responsibility for the entire extra-curricular life of the student while he is living in the academic com- munity. I-'or more than four decades, the University of Illinois has de- voted much effort and interest in this phase of student life and welfare, and the new othcc is in line with modern educational practices to make the best and most etlicient use of othces and agencies dealing with student life and interests. Included in the Division of Student Life and XVelfare are the follow- ing oilices and agencies: the Dean of Men, Dean of TVomen, University Health Service, Xlcliinley Hospital, Hospitalization and Medical Service, Student Employment. the Division of Student Housing, most boards ad- ministering extra-curricular activities, and the social, cultural, and edu- cational programs in the Illini Union and Residence Halls, also Freshman Week and lligh School Guidance Conferences. This new administrative plan, installed during the war period, will be well tested and ready to operate smoothly and eiiiciently when the war is won and the great return of undergraduate students begins. Fiufu HAROLD Turixrtr Drum of Slmleflla The Dean of Students, Fred Harold Turner, was born in Hume, Illinois, on March 22, 1900. He was made assistant to Thomas Arkle Clark, Dean ol Men, after graduating from the University ol Illinois in 1921. In 1051, he re- ceived the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Education. His thesis may he found in the li- brary, as it is considered one of the most au' thoritative attounts ever made of the Illinois Industrial University. In 1932, he was awarded the full title ol Dean of lvfen alter serving as Acting Dean in the preceding year. The Board uf Trustees created the new position of Dean of Students in September, 19-IS, and Dean Turner was named to till the new otiice. In retent years several of his surveys of student life at the University have appeared in current magazines. Dean Turner is greatly interested in student or' ganxzations on the campus, and is a member of the Illini Board of Control. He is Secretary of the National Association of Deans and Advisers of Men, and Educational Adviser to the Na- tional Inteilraternity Conference. Diixx Lroxann DEAN 'Itrisrrr Dr-xxx STAITOIXII 26 DEAN OF MEN r-gf MARIA LEONARD Dain: of W07ll8Il There is no word that stirs the souls of men more than the word VICTORY-the well-chosen theme of the 19+-l Illio. All students registered in the colleges and univer- sities of our country, who are doing their most to prepare themselves on their highest professional level to meet the urgent demand for skilled and highly trained workers, are in line for Victory. Today the University of Illinois calls for rigorous living, hard work, and sacrifices. liducation is a process to prepare one to meet Life adequatelyfa large order in this world crisis! Since it is the governments plan to place men and women in their largest circle of usefulness, in turn, it becomes the business of every student to meet that call by enlarging his capabilities to the utmost. It may mean professional futures delayed, but if it brings VICTORY, the women of the University will give their 11lOSt as our men are called upon to give. The Dean of lVomen and her two assistants stand ready to serve and counsel all women students in choosing their life work, their war iobs. and their Mtooling up" for these war emergencies. AND WOMEN FINARD F S'l'.'Xfil'0RU .-liifme Dum of Alan To the lllini who left the campus for military serv- ice. or to serve in war industryg to the young men who left Illinois to return as A.S.T.P. or Navy Y-12g to the civilian students who remain on the campus with accelerated programs, in anticipation of the day when they too can serve, the Dean of Alen and his staif send greetings. This is the oldest collegiate service othce for men in the country. lts purpose is to assist undergraduate men at any time, to advise and counsel with them on any matter in which they need help. The staff con- sists of Ifdward lf. Stalford. Acting Dean of Alen. Gerald XV. Peck. Assistant in charge of Student lim- ployment, and Y. james Hampton, Assistant in charge of Student Organization Finances. On leave of ab- sence for military sciyice are Stanfield S. Taylor and Durward Ci. judy, Assistants to the Dean. Lilte all other L'niversity services. this otlice has faced new problems resulting from the war. The Dean of Men daily counsels with both parents and students on questions concerning military service. A file of information on all branches of the service is maintained. Plans are being made to serve the thousands of men who will return to the campus when peace comes. to complete their training, and to prepare to serve in a more etiicient manner. in a new and peaceful world. aj . X ,A X'f N7 f'C1.,c,4 c Y' es TW 'PPLDXX 27 1 .-.xx Nx X K, -ls NJ' X, H X,-1' . xx . Q' if ,Q . U X CGLLEGES AT URBANA "QQ:1g3.fffij'T '5'Egg 1 f A 5:-'sftffiiiy' . 'R . 42' -21,-. A ,- " 1 YS 5 "'- 1 ' "5 NSN... 1 gf' -S x 1' f ' .2 -- ,f M QQXX 1 f f f V "'v. ' 1 'x 7 'L' -. 4 ' X f ' aylmlu W! XNNN XXX IMRXYNXM R X X I 0765 XX . I SI Q 5315 'Q' r ' 'L fa jg -ei Mortar Boarcl 1943 44 BETTX BERXINGTON BENJAMINI XI-XRGIE BLANCHE BITZER II IN B O O Ix T R I C B R O W ISXBELLE BUCRLAND MARXINI NI-XRTHA LOUISE MCPI-IEETERS XI ARTI-I X NIFSSENGER SAR-XH NIXRGXRET XIILL XRD CII EXDOI XX GI ORIA XIILI ER BETTE JEAN VANCE MARGARET LOUISE PHILLIPS ELSA CAROLINE PROEHL E A N N E T T E R O S XIII I ICENT SLOBODA CAROLYN LOUISE SMITH SHIRLEX ANNE SMITH IEAYNETTE LOUISE STAFFORD -XDELE DEXVERFF STEVENS XVILXIA IEANI THOMAS X X Qz gsy I , .'43 5Q 70"-f v' F52- 153-"""-LILN3 fs-a.'-22'--12 I I . .' I J 0 A N T E ' E R , X N PA IA 'N J S if MMF' , F R A N C E S H E A L Y I . , I :E W agvffxii l I Ab- FI 'I ' T ' -J ... J ' ' ' I f I A - n w - . L l I. I I , I I A - 4 " -I I I ,T I III U . I J ' I D I 30 I943 - AA I :XLIQXANDIQR .-XGASE SHI7,RXI.XN NIAAS LEYY , GEORGE LOUIS II.'XLIfSTRI Ill-'RIZFRT EIOIIN XIgX'I4TER STEXYART COLE HL.-XSIER IQIIXNFTII IIOYYARD XIFNKE ' FRANCIS .XLIBERT BOYLF, ROIIIIRT LOUIS XlL'FI,I.ER lr' MERRILL I7R.XXCIIS I3L"I'I.ER I'II7CiqXR SX NIUICI, ORLOIIF , ' -AZ RLTQQFLI fi-XVI I"II'III3IYC IIOXYIY SVOIT PXIq'KI7R 'QE ,LL A I I I ,LA Q4 'jf' .IANIIZS 1f1,,x'1'T czoolnxmx Ixxlmluixv A11c 1H.xl31. PHILLIP I' ' ARTHUR RXYIXIOND lI.XI,l,, IR. FRNIQSIII PIOXYQXRII POOL, DIR. 4, f - 6 A , f WILSON IJL'lJI,l'Y HIxLL A,RTHL'R JUHN SXIILI-XX " 1' 5' 4 ' ' RALPH HENRY II.-Xl.l.l-fNS'l'l-'IN ,IANIIZS cml,1x'rfR 'IQXCQGART it ' THOMAS BURROYVS LIQXCK ELLIS I7.L'Cil'XIQ YL-XNCIQ HERAIAN TIQNICR LANDOX IYII.I,I.XXII'IgXROI,I5Y.'XXI,I"IfL'XYI?N Rllfll.-XRD IYINFRI7Y XY.-Xl,liI7R X X L iss, gal ' , f f 'QOOQ tovv' 31 V THE CLASS OF 1944 LFSLII' T. XYVFLSH 1 ROBERT A. REID PII.I1.fIuf. Fm: S'nrIeIIuI- Vlfe-Prefzrlml, FIU! Semeffer ELAINE Y. DROSTE HOW,-.RD D. GRIFTNER GEIJRCQII M. CLARK P.-x'IRIc:IA ,-X. COX'ER EIOXY.-XRD IV. DAVIS ROIIERT P. BUETTNER EIIWARIJ P. AIURPHY 32 O F FIC E R S . First Sevzzester LESLIE T. YVELSH ..... ..... P I'If 5 idcnt Ro BERT A. RE III. . . ...... Vive-Prexidelzt X I.-XRJORIE M. RUWE ..... .... S efret III' y-Tren: 11I'I ' r SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS COMMITTEE joxx ANIIERSOS . . . .....................,...,..... CbrIi1'71zI11z RICIIARII B. LAIBLY SHIRLEY F. XVAI.I.AcE SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE HOWARD D. GRIFAISNER ..... ..... .... ..... C Z I I'IiI'7lZI1IZ NANCY R. DOXVNING EI..-IINE Y. DROSTE ROBERT B. LAR.-IWAY SENIOR PICNIC COMMITTEE P.A.L'I.A M. BLISS .... ..... C 'lJI1ir111.11I L. FRANK STEXVART PRISCILI..-K STREETER E. JEAN XV.-XTSON ELOISE V. LORTON LOUISE D. PIXLEY XVILLI.-KAI F. TEAIPLIN POLLEY IVIIITE rw THE CLASS CDF I94A .V S......4f MPN W? SIIIRIIEI' F. XV.xI,I..-Icr ,IIIIIN R, I.I'I"l'IlR Ifitu-PII',II..'rf1f, .Y.I'w1.." Sum MII PfI'f1.fI'IIt, F.. Inj VI ml .gf O I" If I UIQ R S. .S'cI'm1Ii SL'7lIL'XTL'l' -IOIIN R. I.ll II III ...,..,..... .. .... .. .,,.... I'1-umiulfr SIIIRI In' If, XX' XI.l If I . . ...,. I'im'-I'I'I'.I'i.iu11r JUAN I.. IIRISI .S'L'I'I'ur.11'-I'-TI'u.1.v1n I SIQNIOR CLASS COAIAIIITIQII RQIII-.RI IJ. Aumw. . .... f.'h.Iir111II11 XIIRGINIA L. Amms l'R.aM-La IIIQAII SIRI DI. ZMfZhK, -IR. HI1I.I3N M. GORNIIAN PIRRI N. Ixxls CAP AND GOIVN COMMITTEE AIARKIIIRII' I.. IIAWRINS. .. .,...,.... . . . .f,'!J.I11I11.1f1 SARAH L. ELLIS XI'-.Rx j. KIIRIII K. I.mvI I.I Illl mm CHIIRLILS F. FAIII.IeR ,luII-'R D. LAAIII AIIQXIORIAI, CGKIXIITTEE RICIIXIQII IS. I.,XIIlI.Y .... .... C b.ziIw1.II1 EARL F. FINDER PIII I.I.lS VI. SI'IIr.IQII.xIsI2N III1RxIIx A. TIxII1IIx M.aTrHi:xy Tiioxipsox TXTCCLURE Dum Mattlicw 'I'h-vinpwn McClure, Dean of The College ul I.ibcr.il Arts .md Sciences, was born at bg-ottsford, Virginia. April Z", NSS. A B.itliclor's degree nas awarded him at Wiash- ington and Lee University in 15104, where he did his undergraduate work, .1 Masters degree at thc l'nn'crsity uf Virginia in 15707, and 3 Dot!-ins degree at folumbia in 1012. Bef--ru coming to Illinois, Dean McClure was an instrutt-'ir in Philosophy at Columbia and from l'11'- to l'l21 a professor of Philosophy at Tulane. He began his career at Illinois in 1011 as .iwrtiatc pr-otcswr in Pliilowpliy. In 1022 he hutarne Piotessi-r or Philosophy and in Win he nas appointed head of that department. The dcanship nas asxardcd him in V13-1 after serving .1 ycar as Acting Dean of the Kiollege ol Liberal Arts and Scientes Dean Nd lure is a member of Theta Delta ihi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Sigma Rho, The Amcrnan Philosophital Association, and other honorary organizations. COLLEGE GF The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is geared to war. Wliile maintaining in substantial form its traditional program of education, it is making every effort to utilize its facilities in behalf of the war effort. It is busily engaged in providing instruction for the Army Specialized Training Program, for the Navy V-12 program, for the basic and grad- uate xyork in the Foreign Area and Language Curriculum. Many out- standing members of its staff have been released to engage in important scientific research and other important work directly connected with the prosecution of the war. A number of new courses that bear directly on the background and aims of the war have been instituted. The war will undoubtedly bring about far reaching changes in edu- cation. To meet this emergency the College is making a careful study of the impact of the war on liberal arts and science education with a View to adjusting its courses and curricula to the needs of the post-War world. april? 3-1- -s GERALD Evzaiuavr Moons f1J1i.rm11t Dean Manvm THEODORE HERRICK Auuciale Dean DEAN MCCLUM LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 4 I . w 'Q . u.-' .f - -.X iw-JY,a,31fI' w --A--:L Wu um Alrm 1- Nm I N l.xHm1xmnx up Arumx 'tg-5..' ' '5t..m- , ' ' LINCOLN H Xll TXQSA .Mx x --Aixhltxk 39 vw R f Avg ,QQgSSSSSw35?g Hrmamr X'i'0uLwRuxN' Pfwfwlniv' LIBERAL ARTS DEPARTMENT IWET, E 1 I r MT E MURPHX ARTHUR Ja 6 I .W N'-. I4-we XV, Amir: iffnfflff L' 1' f.l.xfu'x1I' A. BVRIHHX Pf,l111,.zl Llyrzff 36 P1110 p y ALBERT XV ARON G 7771171 FUI Pram W. TANNE11 BTzrIw'lulogy CLELL I.. METCALF Enrrmlulogy .THUR B. COBLE AND SCIENCES HEADS Q.. .., N. .I L. 14-ay! X MaIbg'nl4li1',r I I ISI IU jossm-I F. ,Memos Freufh 10512121-x VAN HORNE .Ypanirll and Imliarz III X .Q Q 'WMI ' wtf ,,--, I "ri ,gm I V a EQ, IXXI 1 Rmmf I ILYYIJJIVI SQ digit um III H. FHM R A1..',,,f.-,my 7-. J! Lols ELAINE ALTPETER. . .... .,,. L a Grange Hillary Chi Omega XVoman's League fl. Z3 tt Dcmvs JANE ALvEx', ,, ,.., ..,.Clif11,fu Srf.'.w,lrfg,i .- , 5 Alpha Omitrnn Pi N5 i 5, The Illio ll, 215 XY'.A.A,g XY'on1an's League 'Q ' AA ' T ll, ll: First Council, XY'om.m's League 1-II 'W N X 5 i i x - i S e N.: I vs ' L F Xe--. x i 4" X X A Tw - Sirmzbs - A BIARILYNN ANN AMDAL. ......... Chzzzzjmflqu Pi,ii'liulf-gy Kappa Kappa Gamma Mask and Baublel Shi-Ai: Theatre Guild 135 1 Cast, "Heaven Can XVait," "Out ol thc Frying P.1n"g Production Stalf, "Seventh Heaven," "The Beautiful People," "The XY'omen" . I--N ..- " , CHARLOTTE ,IOAN ANDERSON. ., ..,Psof1. ' -1 fx t Saflulugj' .. I U ' Alpha Phi i I L Business Manager, Theatre Guild: Mask and , .' - -A Q '- I . .4-A F X . s A X Baubleg Pan-Hellenic Council UIQ Produc- an I tion Staff, "Goodbye Again," "He XVho Gets S' X -. .. xg ,XX ,. Slap-1:-ed," "La Boheme," "Out of the Fry- 1, N ing Pan," "The XVomen" x t XSS l University of Al.iban1a fr: H , - . ! LAYLRNE ERHQ ANDLRSON .... ,...Rofk1'o1.f -,gg . Pre-l..m' ' A ., - I Illini Hall . Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigmag Y.M.ff.A. -. 1, l cabinet 14+ ' ' D I Honors Day ll, Z, 31 3 University of Illinois wi' ,. N S 'holarshi Ke ' it -ft-F: 4- X "lui L P I X K A. :X ss P s -sr:-A ' X S Nei- Q , ..-I:- 9 GENEv1E IRENE ANDREW-'s.. ..... Villa Grow , "FTA XX XXX 9 Sis- X X- X X x P13 fholagy XVnman's League fl, 21 gf:-ug ,M M.-ioivxxr L. APPA ...,.,. . ...Clmnlq Eifgllxlv , P Sager House 'I T l,e fertle Francais: First Council, XVom.in's 'R .neue 15? 'Q 4 x -if ees--Q-gf-,gs 7 I 12,-If k g, -s h - I 92 It , tsl 4 - 'I ?: ,fi T' I T llfli V-1 I - - I 1 - , Yxx 1 f I E, 4 ' . 'Tl ff 4 ,,- K, - ' - 1, 5 , if-" ' 5 I f-- AE- - , "iv , Lvxry ARr,H1ior.h ....,..... .... L zz Girzrrur in W F ' llllli Xarloloygj 'I i. 'ZQ2it.". I X Alpha Xi Delta V54 it ' A ,Ya 'l The Illio 1213 XVoman's League l2ll Stu- 'V' will I i "nl dent Alumni Association 123g Cast, "Noth- Vzq .t 3 i 41.1 H K. ing Venturecl 7-313 ,: Dc Pauw University i ' ,. 24' l if ' L' ii' " gl L - . 38 K, L-. -Yv'.'l,,-f l! f ,, N ii DOROTHX' RUTH ARON, .... ..... C birago Soriology Ivria XV.A.A.g Woman's League U33 Student Council, Hillel Foundation SALLY ASTOR ,......,.. . . .Learlelzworflh Kan. Snfialagy Phi Sigma Sigma The Daily Illini f3Jg Production Staff, "The XVomen" Stephens College AILEEN LUCILLE BAKER .,..... .... A Iran Pxycbolugy Zeta Tau Alpha Women's Glee Club T312 Cast, "No, No, Nanette" james Millikin University RICHARD WILLIAM BALL ...,.. .... C aira AT1Zfl7F7llz1liC.l Acacia Phi Eta Sigmag Star Course Q21 Honors Day fl, Z3 IVTARY DEBORAH BARKER ............. Omar-ga Prycbolagy and Sufialogy Beta House Alpha Pi Delta: Student Council, University Baptist Church Syracuse University ELEANOR MATHILDA BARTZ. .. .Cbimgo English Zeta Tau Alpha Production Staff, "Heaven Can XVait," "He XVITO Gets Slappedf' "La Boheme," "Rud- digoref' "The XVomen" XVrigl'it junior College GEORGE XYIALLACE BECK ............. Berwyn Clwniirnl Engineering Sigma Pi Phi Lambda Upsilong A.I.Ch.E.g Sigma Tau Morton ,luniiir College EUGENE -IACOB BENDER ....., . .Efut St. Lani! Sociology BETTY Bfkvxcrox Blaxjaaiix .,... Glu: Elan Spiazllfb Chi Omega Mortar Board: Torchg Co-Manager, Stan Course: XV,A,A.: XYVOFILIHIS League ll, jr Honors Day Ill I'IARRII'T jmiviiixir Bianmiaxx ..U.1-L lm! Hialurj McKinley Hall XVoman's League 411 ESTHFR Axx liinxoxxiin . .XI,1.f,w .Il.1Ilu'm.i11ii Rcutha Alpha Pi Delta: XY'oniank League Ill CH.u1i.Es FRANKLYN Bmaixx .,,.,,.. c'!w.a, Cln'mii.1l Erlgim'n.'r1g Alpha Epiil--n Pi A.I.Ch.E,3 The Illio lla: Intertiaturnitx Council i-ll , News Leauuc 12+ XVrigI'it junior Cnllcgc CHRYSANTHE Iinaxis . . .... fffifikzu, Hu: fvv, x Lowry Lodge XV.A.A. 5 XY'.A A. Nurnualsg Mai-+I I Wfright ,Iuninr 1 ullwe ELIZABETH :Xxx Bii?I1B.xL'u ., .. gli,-11,1 .wi Chi Omega Stcphcns Clillcuc EUGENE Smxisx' Birmiax ...C.1l.!mll, N, j Clumliaf Eululrluwirzg College Hall Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma. :X.l,fli,E. Sigma Tau: lntlcpcndent Council ll, 2, 51 Honnrs Day 421 DOROTHY INIAY BIYSELL . ..,,..,,,A Eliqm xlppliej Sm mm' Bacteriology Clubg XVoman's League Ili 3 Stu dent Council, McKinley Foundation Hb Elgin junior College :- ...B N bv' , " xy. I I Q . if I .w sw K Ne -5. Q ,- . mg fi. 3 HC? Oh 'Serif X .1 LJXMCE. I 5 S Q fn ,J . A' 'r .f s Y 'W' g sex..-' . . -ui Qxgx - Q s ' '- . .-:z.x-wwi. ' - A .,,,! , W X' . X , VE If . X -L t fti i n 1 1 , ff' f ' Q 3' '- - ' x N a+- 42' W. 3 I I " X ' I 1 "" fits, 5 . I X x Q K gf' . X a - ,ff :I 4 x ' " A ' f X at Maiugir Biaxfiuj Birzia . ..Cffll.wm.'l.'.' Sifftliif Srlimui Pi Bula Phi Murtar Briar-I. Turchl fu-Manaucr. Nui 1-uirxu. Shi-Aig Zeta Phi Iita. 'llie llliu lll Firct Cr-uncil, XV-Jmank League 16, -ll . Illini L'ni0n, Special Atlairs H, .ll, I-axt. 'The Black Flamingo," "Tu-I uri an INl.uul". xtutlciit IIIMCQQ fl, 53, XVIII 3 XYIMN XYIIU in Amen-gan Unixcisitiui .mil Fullcguf. Pugi -i M.-nun Bi ixs. .. nfl ff., I?f1.3l.'rL Kappa Alpha 'Iluta XX-irnaiif League lllg Illuu lnlwn. Pul-lu Ncixiiu 451, X.XX,f A. Calvmnt III Uhiii XY'wlcy.in Linivcisil-.' Lia IHVINIT Bll'Il xnxx , If','i.1 Y, HW: lxiia XY A :XJ Iridcpuniluiit Cuuntil III . XYuiii.in N Luaguc ll, lb , Fiixt Council, XYuiiiaiik League IBM Stuilcnt Cuumil, Hillel Iiiuimlaf thin Hcrzl junior fkjlluuc Hriirs Fkixfre Biuii . . Ihwufa X,",n,i,v,f' ,mi h'wff:.f faglg Hall Dui Dcutnhe Yamini Spaniih Clubl Y.XY'. C. A Lahinct 45h , Pmduftmn Stall, "IIu.ixcn fan XY'ait," Nllc XY'li0 Ccti S-lappcil," "La Bnliuiiirf' "Rupuk End," "The XY-iriuilm Braillcx' Pulvtctlim-, lnxtitutc BIARIAN ANN B--x .iw , X,'..w.' w lip Zi-ta 'l'au Alpha XX'iu1iari'x Iaxaguu tl! , Piutluituun Stall, "Ilan Hlgik lT1Aiming..," "'Ixx-J on an Ixlantlu Aram Huaairr Brzuusx' .P iiif. 'I Ilzix uf, Kappa liappa Liainiua XY..-X..'X Biatllfutl -Iuniiii lullcgf Muni i. liixxi Bi:i".:.iix ..c'!.',..'. Njuirzsw' Ixiva Sigma Dtlra Pi, Spanish Vlulal XX'.AA.1 Pmiliittiiui Stall. 'illu XY'ho GMS Slappuilf' 'llcaxui lan XX'ait." "R1iilill:i'sre." 'vlhc XY'nn1ur1'. itutlunt I -rumil, Ilillul I:-'u1ntl.iliun llunurx Dax um Wriulir Iuriiu: fullt-uf H111-'J Iiwixi lin:-,ui . ...Ci',m:,f X'-irifuun Delta Gainnia The llliu 115. XY.A.A,g XYon1an's Lcagui ll, II . Piuduttion Statl, "Nm, No, Nancttcf' "Out -vi the Frying Pan," "Rope's Emi," "Thu Bcautiful Pc-:plum 39 'NX K ,z -. 1 1 -gf X - 1 '55 ' ' fy V is ,VI - are ' A ,fi fr. all H' Ifgf K. , , V my 2 1 .f I yllli, lvl ll l ' ,fi -1 Wi, ig? Illlllir 77241 I ,gif j' If 'Z A? ,I X' lil It X Ly I WLQ, BARBARA HOLAll:S BRITT. ......... Clnuzzpiiigu Engliylq Pi Beta Phi Alpha Lambda Delta: Terrapin Club: XVo' man's League H, 23 Honors Day L13 ALAR1 IIA Bnousm' ., . .,..... t,l1fr.I4w Hmmm Der DetItsLl1e Verein. PI'IvLlLIctIon Stalf, "LA Bnlreirxef' "The XY'onIen' Herzl junior College Al.-Xl1ll,LYN BRUOKN ,,... ,..XfII'II1.gfItl,l if Iwi: ya PI Beta PIII Stephens College ROIILRI SPAN Bnoxx NI' .... .... C l1ir.I5U Erufiffnlf . Alpha PIII Alpha Phi Eta Sigrna, The Daily Illini H3 Honors Day lla XY'Il5on -lunmr finllege ELIZ.-UKETH KArI+IARx'N BRL'AIr+AL't:I-I...BwIffw Pie'-illulfrizl Alphi Phi XVe5t Virginia University .. X Xl , 1 is s X 3 in X L S F J AF X 5 x .LS X A X X K x A 'VKX X W A N x es X S A S N N X X lla-1 A ,. A N XX XX' -. N NN N X A X x NN , Y te? A ELI.-KNOR JANE Busurr ,, . ...Maxim-Lili' i weigh House ' . X Eng The Illio 113. XVoman's League fl, 23g X Q "" Q X First Council, XY'oman's League H33 Wfo- We I iiii lg., ' men's Glee Cluh 123 N - A I i 1:4555 lNf1llYYlRGlNl'X CAIN . . ..., Cuzzfiilia Sffrlfflvlil Sager House Eureka College RL' III NAIIAII CALIIAIFSV. . .. .... Clw.in1f1.II!qu Sfnzviib 40 aid is X -fs - -Q. Nil X 'P A. .L .Xt We X . 5 x -fx R? A ees JEAN MARGUERITE CAMPBELL ..... Cbnmpfzign Euglirb Kappa Delta Home Economics Clubg The Illio fljg NVD- Inan's League fl, 23 3 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet GJ 1 ' l Student Alumni Association 123 jI2ANN12'rTI2 ELAINE CARLSON. . . .... Cbirago Englirb Kappa Kappa Gamma Shi-Ai: W'om.In's League tl, 23 DOROTHY ANN CASEY ,,.., .... P owl-i, No. Speerb Lowry Lodge XVoman's League 123 3 Production Stahf, "Heaven Can XVait," "The XVomen" Fontbonne College LILLIAN GODDARD CAVETTE .,.. .... P eariu SpI11IiJb Alpha Chi Omega XV.A,A.g Womans League L23 De Pauw University LTARTIN N, CHASE ....,... . . .Un-lmua Pbyricr Sigma Pi Second Regimental Band 11, 23 CLAIRE LESLIE CHRIs'rIANsEN ....,... Cbimga Eflglirb Alpha Omicron Pi The Daily Illini H35 XV.A.A.g Pan-Hellenic Council H35 XVoman's League 1135 Illini Union, Recreation H33 Star Course 123g Cast, "Nothing Venturedng Production Staff, "Heaven Can XVait," "Kiss the Boys Good- hye," "Rope's End," "Rudcligore" M,NR'l'HA RUTH CI-IvAL ..... .. ,.Cbirago Hifzaq XV.A.A.: XV.A.T.C. Honors Day U3 Herzl junior College LORRAINIE ANNIE CIHOCH. , .. .... 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Longz'1eu', Trxar Clwmirirl Erzgineerizzg The Citadel iliau Beta Pi: A,l.Ch.E.1 Concert Band 15, -li L First Regimental Band 115 Donis XVINIFRED EGBIQRT ..... .... L1 Fayme Prgrliolngy Reetcr Club XYuman's League l25g Illini Union, Special Affairs 155 Austin College VIRGINIA Eirrms ,,.....,... .... C bmzgfi Xjmrlllb Chi Omega X'i'oman's League 11, 253 Cast, "Two on an lsland"g Production Staff, "Iolanthe," "R-if-e's End" lxni: ELLY ScHLPi.rn Emncssow, Reykjnfik, lrelimil 1 l'tn11,rfr-y XYestaire 1'15Sl'lli5p1vlifCll'l Club Ifnixcrsity of ltclaml Miruan H, Eisrxnrric ,...... .... C biragfi Scfrioluuy Delano Hall The lllin 1253 NV.A.A.g XVoman's League ll53Star Course 115 +2 M. .N ' ' - 'ar ur as is as ,,,. il: ' 5. ' CE- 1 1 "Z ' -w' l - ,' ,, J 5 : H ELA! .::: t 1 5 rg?"-, :X E i f ri ff? -. Q C X f X, X N 1 X . W , -, fuel.. x Qt X , X ,I ' 5 -Wil . . - ' 'ai ,,. 5 X wi x 45. l . L Ah Lois Frizx EPSHEIN ...,...... .... C hicago Prycbology Delano Hall XV.A,A. HENRY Hriuu nr Evans, ............. Cbirago Clwzllifill Elllqiwvllllg A,l.Cl1.lI. Romani AIIIIS FENCHEL ...,........ Clvirago i,'!wr11imI Eugincezirzg A.I.Ch.E,g Men's Glee Club 115: Cast, "Carmen" ELE.-KNOR lNEz FLEMING ..... .... C bimgo Burleriology Zeta Tau Alpha Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag The Illio Q15 5 XVoman's League 1155 Student Alumni Asso- ciation 11, 255 W.A.T.C. Honors Day 115 LILLIAN HINRIETTA FOERSTER ...... Maywood Pijrbology Stratford House Psi Chi: XY'.A.A.: Executive Council, XV.G.S. 1455 Womans League 1253 First Council, XVoman's League 145 2 Illini Union, Enter- tainment Northern Illinois State Teachers College H.-WEN FRANCE ..,...,.. Colman Manar, Md. Clif-nzinry RUTH Fnribns .......,............. Cbimga Bilclrriulogy Rcutha Bacteriology Clubg Der Deutsche Vereing XY'on1an's league 115 lN'Iai1c:,,-ximi' ANNE FRIEDERICK, Hammond, Ind. Englifb Delta Gamma Pan-Hellenic Council 1453 W'oman's League 125 g XV.A.T.C. De Pauw University LORAINE FUNK .. ......., . .. BI-:lily Clvsnzifnj Wfestern Illinois St.Ite Teachers Cfvlleuc PATRICIA GAGAN ..,... .. ...U,.'l' IM P Sf.1mIli Chi Omega Torchg Phi Beta Kappa: Alplm I..irnh.l.I Dul- tag Shi-Ai: The Daily Illini ll, Zi 3 Pm-Heh lenic Council 15, 43: XVom.In'5 League Il, 235 Illini Union, Enterminmuntg Y.XV.C A. Cabinet flip Student Alumni Aswcixtmn Klip Production Stall, "No, No, Nnnettef "Rose Marie" Honors Day fl, 2, Bl: University ul Illimin Scholarship Key PFPITA GARCIA-Coiix, ,.lIuvr,i I Aliwfii -or Kfmrllili Lowry Lodge Spanish Club Mexico City College ELEANOR I.oRrxI2 Gum . IfI".Imfi.Im,i BIIKIIIIHIIIUI Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha PI Deltug Bmtuiml-Igy I luhg IllIIII L'nion, Puhlic Scrxitc llb PATRICIA HAINES GAY ...,. ..,CffIiguII,'!lI Hrrlwj Grevada ChAlet Torchg Phi Bem Kappag Alpha I,.Imlul.I Del' tag Secretary, Y,XV,C,A.1 First If-iumil. XVoman's Lengue HI, Y.XY',F,A. Libinut 15, -H: Star Couric III Honors Day 42, irq Llrmuixity of lllin-IIN Scholarship Kev IXI.-XXINE MARILYN Gmimwx , ,,l',f',A,, Euglirb Rmixx GOIDIQIRI. . . . V!wI,:. Xffwfflfful Delano I-I.Ill XVonmn's l.e.Iguc ll, 21, Sturltnt C-uIIIIIl, Hillel Foundation INIARCELLA BERNICE Goormxx .PIfi,w.1. Sfifrrli Alpha Epsilon Phi Zeta Phi Eta: XVom,1n's Lt-.Igue Hug SIM Course 131 g Production Surf, "Ln Boheme," "Rope's End," "The XY'omcn" I as I -A I 43'I -. Q 914 . Nm-8.19 5 X ' i' Q' gin- R . .av , X X I I ,Y ,t X QW' . , 5 1 ii Q li' , -f-ei .El QT' K at if 4.6-'Q 5. NR' 'af' AIARY IXI-XRGXRET Gonoor. ,. ,, , I'If.1i.-,I .iiwifilysp .nhl Filuifi Phi Bum l'i.Ipp.I. Alplu I..xmlul.I I5ulI.I IIIIIIUI5 D1yfl,2, 51 llIII:, MIRIIK GIIRRIR7. . .1ll.lr!.'f'.1.'.'I.' X I. ."f- l e rlII HIIIc:.I XXoIII.In N leiuuc ll, II. Y,XY,C A. Cuhinut N Rl l,IIIxI'I ,lI.NII'II CIIIQLII . , III.. 5I:I1I.I Xu lnttrfrmsrnity fi-uncil III . Cm, "Amie ,Ind thu IXl.IrI," "Hc.uun Lin XVIII," "N-'thing Vcntlirwl ' XX'rIulIt Uluriiiii' flillcgt IiIoRrNcI5 GRIYES . , . julm Sp: r'I' Ili Alplm XI Deltg XX'-iIn.In's League 11, 211 Cut, "NIiIlIIIIu Yunlurctlwg Pr-Jtlutti-In Surf, 'Aims ,III-l thc Nl.III": Announring Surf, XVIII IAIRNIKI: F.-xx' CIRYFN ..,,. I V! i.'. .Ii Piylwliigvi lYrI.I Dar Dcutfchu Vereinp XY A A., Intl:-penile-rit fouricil 121. XXRIIILIIIR leluuc 113, Iiiixt 4ounIIl, XYoIIi.In 5 l.c.I:ur: Ill, lllII1I I'IIIiIII. Rutroiti-In 1-Ir, XX' A T 1 , PI--ilutri-In xmn, "Pride and Preiuditef Stutlcm r..IIri.II, Hillel F-Iund.Itir,In llcrzl -luninr College I'XNNAl4l'l GRIVIIIII . ,. .lwfifi-I Erzgluili K.Ipp.I Alph.I 'l'hct,I lllini I, mon, lxure.1tIIII1 In M.IrlNlIII'I.I', tnllcue x ,-, w-if" lil Ill BIKINI LII IIIIII: . . , I'!i,f...'. ': -- ni ' . 1 C'flII'zIIfrfI'y ,I K.Ipp.1 Dcltx l' I ' lIII.I Sigma Pi CQ QQ 535' Wright Vlunirir College ' Y-1,5 . III I I z I,I-I lwl' Ln LIvI:. .r,'!.'.,:. .ll.I,f limi. I Alplm I7lII 'XIIoIIIIt.IrItx fluli. OIIIIQQIS. XX .A.A.: lllIIII I' min, Puhlit Scixitc 4-ll Niiitlmutuiii I'rIiYCrQItY will uf c 1 iliii le ' ii ff' 'W f. 'il ll Li i fri x ,ri ' i gefdi , ' T l i ' "' A "CN vip L TT T' 'Mg' it 511 Mir ,Q , .Q CJR Y , W A v.... f , -'Q' w, f L Zigi " ,xIZi, -1' 4.1 1,51-Ea ,-- v IX' " . ggi, 4,2 '-" "SA, . , Q ,La 'Aiwa .lm A- gf. -L I-.A-.BQ lllll .f nl 1 L I -,fp ' , ea x l'Ll,X Rouxrx' NHL I-I.-XDER ...... K.w,f.1,f Cizg. Mn. Cla rr1li'.1l Eizgfzzrerlllg Alpha Chi Sigma Tau Beta P11 A.l.Ch.E.: Sigma Tau Honors Day I?-l .lunior College of Kansas City, Mo, BOXNII ,lilxx H.,xiL. . ., . .,... L'r!fim.z H11 .'mVY XYoman's League ill 3 Student Alumni Asso- ciation 121 Maiuax ARLTNL HALL. .. Erzglulr Alpha Gamma Delta XY'on'ian's League ll. ll LOVISE H-ximis , .,. Enylzflw hlaelwlurray College ELIZ'tliIi'l'H TNI.-XRIII HARVEY Suflrflng-y Unix ersity of Iowa I.IfATRllII XVAND-x Hassr . Gr 1 mall Reeter Club Przlur Heiglvfr , lzf' lafaurlllr ..,.Rm'kfwJ ... .flrllnllnll Der Deutsche Verein: The Illio fl, It . XVornan's League fl, 21: Production Staff, "Heaven Can XY'ait." "Ropes End," "The XY'ornen" Marzsiiai L Ilamiorsri H.-xr FIELD Kmlmr Ciij, Alu, Clvcmfml Eilglflrwlflg Alpha Chi Sigma Tau Beta Pi: A.l.Ch.E,: Sigma Tau ,lunior College of Kansas City, Mo. Rfmiar' jfisrifir H,-x'iii,'xxxAY ..O1r-orfo, Alirli. Cla muh J' Arepo: The Daily Illini 12, 31: Crist, "Car- men," "Iolanthe," "No, No, Nanette" Northwestern 'Unix ersity X S if- - Xe . x , 5 T fic A ,L 1? - . of gb' 1 1 ,Y fl 4 1, f ' ' we ii , J z j dl? ff " t . L i ,.l, 52' E lx A ' A , ..i' ' ' F z 5 - Tix 4 'HRV ' 3 C xj xf- , i 1 I P 'x X X In i V. 5 Q 3 Y Manjonrr Louise 1-lawxms ...... Springfield Sf7NL'b Alpha Chi Omega Zeta Phi Eta Stephens College FRANCES Hia-TLT ........,.. lY'y1ue1rouJ, Pa. Hi,rlnr'J Kappa Alpha Theta Mortar Board: Torch: Illini Union Board, Director of XVar Service: Shi-Ai: XV:A.A.g Chairman, Shi-Ai Sing: XVoman's League ll, Zi: First Council, XVoman's League 15, 'll DOROTHY ANN HENDEL ...,. ..,, R irerride Pogrlwlogy Alpha Xi Delta Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: The lllio il, 2, Sl: The Daily Illini 113: Pan- Hellenic Council 133: NVoinan's League fllg Production Stalf, "lolanthe," "Out of the Frying Pan" Honors Day Il, Il Haizrurr EVELTN HENDERSON .... Edmzi-.lrzrille Ffsurb am! Gerlmrlz Gamma Phi Beta Phi Beta Kappa: Delta Phi Alpha: Der Deutsche Verein: Le Cercle Francais: Spanish Club: NVomen's Glee Club 131: University Chorus IS! Honors Day 1351 University of Illinois Scholarship Key MaclNIurray College ELIZABETH JACQUELINE HENN .... Champaign French and Hifrafy Zeta Tau Alpha XV.A,A.: Telegraphic Swimming Team: XVO- man'5 League fl, 2? : Production Staff, "Rose Marie" DONALD Hoxxfmp HILL ...,....... ..r'Ifli'7I1 Cbemirxzl E71gI!1P8l'flIg Shurtleff College EDGAR Hovvaan HOFFING .,.....,..,. Chicago Cbemifrzl E11gir1ferir1g Xanadu A.l.Ch.I2,: Der Deutsche Verein Wright Junior College BETTY BAKER HOGAN ....,...... llIrLea1uboro Saciolagy Delta Gamma MacMurray College AMANDA JEXYELL Houi.-xx .,...., Alf. l'wfmu P,f5r'lw1fuu,1 Delta Delta Delta Production Staff, "I..1 Biwhcmc" Honors Day 133 University of XVistivnsin Homcs Ebxxanu Hoon .. ..,. Sfmmz l.lm1lr1.i.'fj Alpha Chr Sigma Phi Larnhda fpsilong Phi lim Sigma Honors Day 11, 1, il: l'r11x'crslty of Illinois Schularsllip Key JEANNETT1- Husriiiirz. , .,.lIff.uwl C.wifl! 11111, fy -LH House The Illinois Agritulturist tll Frantrs Shimcl ,lunlur C-:llc5c LILLIAN Rum Hnuwx . ,. ...Sunni f,l'r2r.',w"-1 XVestairc Illini Urlxfvn, Ruticali-rn, Urmixuixltx Clz-'rm 13. -U lhlurtiyn juni-,ix tiilluut 1XLxnri,.-xR1'1' Mar Hum ,A ,..4j!wnp,1.'w1 lfrlxglrifi Kappa Dclta The Illiu 411 1 XVon1.in's l,u.iuuc Il, Il 3 Stu, dent Alumni Assouati-,ln Ill BERNILF KH.-xIt1,01'1'II Hx INIIK ..,,, D.m:1!l. Z,,,,1,,., Miner House The Illio 11, ZPL Pmtluctmn Surf, "Thu Black Flanunguf' "Turn un .ln lxl.mtl", Stu' -lent Cvuncil, Hillul Fuuntlati-in 13, 'lb NTORRIS Enxxrx Joram-m , . ....., G,rl1,1 Clurvmnl lflzuvztuxrlhtg A,I.Ch.E. ROBERT Cumis Joi-Imax ,.,..,,. ..D.m1.'lll Clvfffrnkll Ifwg.'r1i'm1f1g Beta Theta Pi Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: A.I.Ch.lE.: Omcga Chi Epsrlfvng Suphomure Baseball Manager: Concert B.lnsl li, -H1 First Regu- mental Band Ill: Sccuntl Regimental B.1ntl lllg Cast, "Nothing Vcnturci.l" Honors Day ll, 2, 3-bg Univursity of Illinois Scholarship Key fi A' Y ., , 5 L A vi QPR r 5, D 'JR' fi sn.. XX'f,W. , N 25? 5 Q A Q Ss ' Q: Q 3 5' M if it W g w 'T' ,X 'lf Q. F 'oh . ' , ' "x, l N 1 E I -flti, Ex Ti-ifs 3 ' N X, 1: K .Sri J Bmrum Kammrx ,luiixvrux ,,., .K.mi.1kfu Pffl,'t.'i.1f Stwiflir Stratt'-lrtl House XVunmn's 1.c.r:uc 4231 Prmlutu-In Stall "Inlanthu," "li-vpck End." 'Scwnth Hen: cn," "Thu Flx-ing Gcr.xrdos" Rmkr'-,ml lullcge Rim xi mx' Pu ir 1 ll jimi X . ,. .lk"1ln1i1.'t ,Xfr,.w.'-X Dulta Cv.irnn'i.x llrilimis, XYVJXA . XX'wn1.1r1's l,u.i:l1c ill, fmt, 'Nm Nw, X.imttc," 'N-'thins Yun tnlud i Millins Lrflluur ,li-Yfl Kam -.rt , ,Iffli.1. UHJ 5 z, Dtlann Hall Psi Ihr. NND-n1cn's Cvltu flnli lil, bln-lui! 1-runtil, Hlllrl Fuundati-vim l'rnxtrs1t5 ul Tulsa llxxrti Kllllll , . .,.., . , rf':i,1w IM-.lIi.,','t.1I Cv.ii11iu.i Phi Btu 'lhq llliw Illl XX'.A,-K, XY'wr1x,iri's l.u.xuuc tli. P11-tluttwn MAH, 'lihriullvxc :Xg.ur1," 'Xin Xu. Xamitb' juni' Kxiiriiiw KTNIIZ ,..O.1i IKM' Iffiullrfv Phi Unlcga P1 ll-rms lftivnnnini Cluhg XY'fvr11.in's l.z.iguc 135, Prmluitiwn Staff, "Qumran," 'Suurutli Human" Indiana lfnixcrsity lllliklifx lxlnmmx . .4..,,.,. ,.i !.'..1gf,f Clrwfi'.1l Erwifzrurzfllg I ltailcl A l.f ll XX'rmht .lunmr f'ollcgC Av, Mxinm Ki-riHL'xi .. ...Ciwhfgi H,-muy Dtlm Numa Theta XY'1lwn junnir fnllcgc Imam Lilwrwr l'ill'IX Cin., 1 fi fr.'.'l.1f lfrJ.4fmi'r,'r R X.in.itlu A I I h li.: Dt-r Dcutsthe Vurcm Wright -lunmr flilluge 45 'ta Lv,.T,1 53? ' -" xl " Q! l 13 V ' 4 -1 4, 13' A 1- 'fly ,vi 11' ' Q4 NW 1 - V it X. vi 5 fi" fi , 4 . , H! 4111 ir. ir, N . I l, ' . N l llll. 1,1 illlii 'il' 'ii , T ls' I -'if 'Z 1 , T1 1. l i ,li ly 3: la-sl ff? gil 11 ll fi ROBERT ELMER Kun ...... . .,.E.m S1. Livnif Cf1:'ll11,1!1J XYasl1ington L'n1vcrs1ry tiirusiy Muuroxr Kx,u1Q...Hrglil.n11! Park Apml Alpha Xi Delta flnpu, Mask and Praulwlcg XYo1nan's League ill: Lfast, "Arms and the Man," "Heaxen 4.111 XY.11t," "I-le XY'lm Guts Slappcdf' "The llunsercrsu 3 Prmllicti-in Stall, "G4vodbye Againug Theatre Guild 411 L Alll,l!RFD E1..11xE K1zxx11 ll . ,...K,z11k.1kvu H1,il.1ii Rucker K lub XX'.1111an's League 421 Ulnct College Rai' l.llA Kr4L'1:L1L1:. . .. .Cl111,1.q,, - 1 51111111110 Rcutlia Arcpu, Mask and Baulwleg XY'.A.A,. XY'oman's . League 4l, lb, Prmluetiun Staff, "Carmen," 'l U" , "He XY'ho Gets Slappudf' "Ruddig,ore," X 'E "The Flying Gerardnsf' "'I'lic XY'omen", ex x X X X 'I lieatre Guild 433 w.,.,. A111 ir Bauraaim K11L'Px1x .. ..,.Clm,w1 Bffmuy Nitawa XV.A.A 1 XY'4'in1en'S Glcc I lulv 4,11 X'i'r1glir Junior College x R x X Gs. 4 o X V1 nxa Mfuuif Krux ....., .. l'1b.n1.1 M 1511111411 , H Delta Delt.1Delta X - N Q illue Darlv Illini Ili: XY'11rn,111's League 411g A Y.XV!'i A. fiabinet 4215 Student Alumni As' . K, 1 4..11.11..111 13. 41 1 We as 4 , 3 .mx A, X 4 It we . . mv' :fill t ' X ll ui- -1 1- K1'1 l1,lRsH .1.4,f'11'.11' " Xi F 171 fn: Q '93 llur7l,l11n11ir Fiilluue X Ski xii Arhbr ii ' a -' . t ' -A in . . qs.. 5, it ' x X' - 1 i 111111 Rim-xr. KL'1u-xxsxl , . ,Cli11.11- lflwrrllilfi If XY'er1.1r1l1ec lrlfiuse , XYr114l1I,l11r1111r riillcgc rr, 3' -3 fl? 46 I BERNICE ANNETTE KURT ...... Wiclyim, Kan. Sociology Lowry Lodge XVoman's League ill g Production Staff, "The XVomen" Colorado University JACK IQNVIATEK ....,...... Kimfax Cily, Ma. C'lwn11,rl1g Squirrel Cage Kansas City junior College R1414.-mn Boarwiuaw L.-HBLY... .... Cbimga Ermzomifr Delta Kappa Epsilon Cavalry Orliters' Clulmg Skull ancl Crescentg Freshman Varsity Polo Squadg Interfratcrnity Luuncil 451. Setond Lieutenant, University Brigade Riiiirnr Biurioxv I..11R.ux.n' ..., ..., j 01151 Clu'n11r!r.y Delta Tau Delta XY'alwasl1 College H,a11111r1' fIl.'lAlllIRl.IN I.ALrDr11 ,.,. .llonmanlb Erzlqllilw P1 Beta Plii P1-mduetion Stall, "Pride and Preyudiceu Monmouth Vullcgc Ex 1 LYS lxlll Darn Lrxz. .. .... Lffug Pom! Hifmrp Hurd Hall XY411nan'S League 41, 25 Iiuxaizia I.1o I,1foNA1T1s ........,. Wiwkegnn Clwrrlifril Engifleefirlg R,D.R. I-louse A l.Cl1.E.: Dulpliinsg Freshman Varsity Base- lwall Squad: Varsity Baseball Squad lllg lircsliman Varsity Swimming Squad l.uRA1xr11r LITXVIS ......... .,.Clmmp11ign Snriolagy Alplia Gamma Delta Stephens Follege LORAYNE BLANCHE LIPSIQER. . . ,.,. Clvicaign Spalzirlv Alpha Phi Shi-Ai, Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Clubi Pan- Hellenic Council 15, 45 1 Womaffs League 1155 First Council, Woman's League 13, -lb . Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet 155 Honors Day 12, 31 ELIZABETH ANN LIvssax'. ., ..E1,em Geology Presbyterian Hall Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 11, Il Lucia Bnooics LLEXVEI LIN. .. ,..I.a 61.111137 Erlgfub Delta Zeta Home Economics Club, Shi-Aig The Illio UD g Pan-Hellenic Council 13, 42 g First Coun- cil, Woman's League 13, -ll 1 Production Stan, "Rose Blame" From Locxn ........,... . .L'lw.1,eif P.vycl10lngy Delano Hall Psi Chi, First Council, XY'om.In's League 141 XVilson junior College Mancia Simian Locxrs... .... .... C fviiaeu Bafrelwlogj' Delano Hall Bacteriology Club Honors Day 151 University of XVisconsin ELOISE VIRGINIA Lonrox ,,.. .... D ti-.nn Eriglifh Delta Gamma Gymkana: Le Cercle Francais, Spanish Club. W.A,A.g XVoman's League 11, ZJ 1 Production Staff, "Rose Marie," "The Mikado" .. , , ' Q3 W ,, , 't1 f""z ff' x xv , at , KATHRX'N LOUISE LUTHER ......, Champaign -X W X, Hirlmy . Honors Day 131 .1 X Y e, ,I ti'-1 Ei lu .1-l aik lizl life CALVIN WILLIAII Lfiacx' ......,.... ...jolm W X Chemical Erzgifzrerirzg Alpha Sigma Phi A.l.Ch.E. Joliet Junior College a, -at -1 ' ' 'C 525. ax - -X 'S 3. P 5 - l . 3 Q :- l i' J s ta t - x X- Qi il YS' MYRA Al-'XRRN .,, . ,.,. ., .,., Haney 1 Ifwi!If,lfft'I Reutha Fuat Ciuumvl, XY'11III.irI 1 League 1-ll, Stu- dent ffuintil, Hillel liotIIItl,Itnin N.IR,IfIIIII Ia-I ISI MIIIIINIIP. ,I Cf'f1.a.3ff :fi 11.11.113 Delta Dclta Delta Alpha l..lI1llW1l.t Dtlta, Student Senate 12, 5, ll, Dei' Dr,-ulxtlit Yeiein, Iota Siema Pi, 1'ast, "Let'i Get Auaim Hunt-is Day 1l I Nami' EIIIIII Max' , . Iiiiifmffff lffiffflffew Delta GanIIII.I a.XX,1 A.1.IhInet 141 EIHLI, Raxxoiz M1DtIxaIr1. . ,.1'!inaQ,, Xffirfffffrd PI Beta Phi President, Y.XY',1,A., Dolphins, Gynikana, Scimitar, XVomen's Rifle Club, XViA.A., Chairman, Y.XX',1i.A, Doll Shure, XVoman's League 11, Jig First 1,uuncIl, W'on1.1n'Q League Hug Y.XV.1T A. Cabinet 13,4lg1,ast, "Lets Get Away," "Nothing Ventured"L Produttion Staff, "Rose Marie," "The Black Flamingo," "Two un an Island", Student RelIgiIsuS C0unC1l 13, 41 , XV.A.T.C. Pa'IrIIt'Ia AIJAIN lN'l1,NTlI, ,. i,.t!wi.1,rg Ifugllllv Alpha Chi Omega The lllirm 111 Q X'i'nnIan'S League 111 L Cast. "Lct's Get Array," "Nothing Venture-Il". Pruduttion Stati, "Rose Marie," "The XY'-amen" Univeraity of Iiulurado Mmrim l.OL'I9l M11-'Htl-IIIN ,. ..,. Uffiifia .llallumizln I tlwrinna Mortar Boartlg Torthl Alpha Lambda Deltal President, XY'.G.S.. Student Senate 1-ll, The lllio 113. lfxecutue Council, XV,G,S, 13, 41, XY'iIrIIaI1's League 11, Il, First Council, XV.,- nI.In's League 1-ll, Illini Union Board 1-ll: Star Course 111 1 Student Alumni Asmeiatinn 121 Hon-irc Dax' ll, Z, Sl 1 Liniveriity nl llliniui NtluIl.IrslIIp Key Ciiarzi iw Brnx um McVIY ,,..,, .lI,,uw,,n,ff' 1 fi uma! lguefrivi init' Alpha 1 hi Numa Tau Beta Pi. A,I,1,h F 1 Omeiza 1 hi Fywlim Setond Re:uI'ieI'Ital Hand ll, Il H-vnnra Day 11, 2, Rl, l'niveIxIty nt' Illinois Selnvlalxlivp Kev ...,,H,Ifff-me. ,lI.wir. jaxr It-7: iXlIHl1iTi Hwiffqi Delta G.IIIIIII.I Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha LaIIIlad.I Deltai Dei' Deutathe Yeiein. Oicheaisg Shi-Aig XY'.A A.: XY'1'InI.In'5 League ill: Star C-uuiee 12, 51 Honois Day 11, 1, ll: L'nIx'eIwIty fit Illinois Stliolarxhip Key +7 , ' X I l ,J We 1- f' ll .:?"? 'A .i Z-L I ,fu 4' I . x ri ' f ' '13 1 '. tes, I - af ,13 7 ' cgi, , Tlx? Q ,i yn L, 5' ', fi ft I' i fra 3 , "l'iMf! ZH "U we I "I if R . I V J ' fy af? . , I ' 'fill 91" 7 ,y I WI I ' ig . Ii, I gg! I if 5 Q, llllll Vfi, i fi 'pf iyl , A l w. Q im ALBERTA CAROL IWIENZEL ......... Homezroorl Spssrli Presbyterian Hall Torch: Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Director of Special Af- fairs, Illini Union Board: Student Senate Q41 3 Zeta Phi Etag First Council, XVoman's League 4-Il 3 XY'omen's Glee Club 111 1 XY'oman's De- bate Club: Production Statf, "The Coiner" Honors Day 11, 3, Sl 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key BIXRIH.-X MEssrxoIfR ....... , .,... Iiirmlizlr' Spurrb Kappa Kappa Gamma Mortar Board. Tnrchg Alpha Lambda Delta: General Manager, Theatre Guild: x'lCC-Pl'6Sl- rlent, junior Cllassg Arepog Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Eta. Cast, "Goodbye Again," "Heaven Can XVait," "He XVho Gets Slappeduz Production Statf, "La Boheme," "The NY'omen" Honors Day ill hl.-XR-IORIE JEAN BIIZYER ....... Greeley. Cala. Xarialogy Alpha Epsilon Phi First Council. XVoman's League HJ Stephens College IXIELVIN HERhlAN INIEYER ..,....... .llrr,IzI'onIl Clrsfnicrzl Ezlgfrzurrillg A.I,Ch.E.g Gamma Delta Honors Day ill BETTY ANN HILL IVIIDDLETON flNIRS.P.Lil'fn1JIIl Hfrrwri Alpha Gamma Delta San-In MARr,ARrT BIILIARID. .. ,.,. Danrfllu Q Q as-R -1 ' I x X u wx X X N x all 65 ag- 1 'ix N, .,.y 5 ,I 'R .ft ,, , '19, .Z ,. ix "T tx ' 'N ' X ,A Fi ff' A x 5,3 sf, 'lx 'QQ X X Q P X N Q93 X X N Hlmlrrulfli I PI Beta Phi Mortar Boardg Business Manager, The Illio. -, XV-nn.In's League Cl, 21 , Theatre Guild ill 1 i Production Staff, "Two nn an ISl.ll'lk.l'il ,, i X XY'nmen's RIHC: Club 41, ll ' . .- fi . -'Z Riaii VIRGINIA INIILLIR ..... .,.. X Aimmru Genzriw Zeta Tau Alpha Der Deutsche Vereing Gamma Delta: Spanish Cluhg XV.A.A.g XY"oman's League ll I 2 First founcil, XVoman's League 1-II 2 XVnmen's Glce Club 13, LH: Unrxersity Chorus 45, -ll . ljrutltictinn Staff, "Sexenth Heaxenu Maav Lou MILI,s ...... ...L.:II'Iem'I'i'fllr- Garmrzlr Alpha House Der Deutsthc Vercin: Le Certle Francais: Spanish Club +8 , .wt , Sf? 1 . -ss' '- 3 ri ,X-.. A+ I 1 il, A sb ,. P! ,- R T 'g,,-ug! K, I P! ea' VERA Louise Moss .............. Wincberter Dlallvenrnlicr Alpha Lambda Deltag XVoman's League Q11 3 Illini Union, Recreation Ol Honors Day ill HELEN MARIE MUELLER ...,,.. .,.. Il' 'alerlao Bnrlvriology Bethany Circle Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day tlb DOROTHY ANNE BKIURPHY. .. ,..Cbnmp.1ign Hirlory Kappa Alpha Theta XV.A.A.g NV.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig Pan' Hellenic Council 13, -U3 XVoman's League fl.2l BIAR-IORIE ANN NANTZ ...,, ..,. H arziey Zoology Reeter Club Concert Band 15, -U5 University Orchestra G7 Thornton junior College VIOLET NANCY NEAL .,.......,... Cbillirothe Sprmirb Beta House The Daily Illini 111 QXYl0l'TlEl'1'S Glee Club Q21 NIARJORIE JOYCE NEI.soN ....... Salina, Kan. 5pmIi.rl1 Bethany Circle Honnrs Day Q51 Marymount College lo.-I NERENBERG ............ .... C bimgn Sociology Rcutha Psi Chi Herzl junior College THOMAS MARTIN NEXY'TON...BI'idgEIOI1, N. 1. Cbemifnl Errgineerifzg RITA Louisa 0'CONNOR .... ,... O .zk Park Englirb Alpha Omicron P1 Woman's League 11, 21g Student Alumni Association 121 juris BERNARD O'HaR.x.. ,.,...... C1111-.rw Cbemrral Engineering Phi Kappa A,l.Ch,E.3 Interfraternity Council 151 XY'1lson junior College EDWARD IRVIN ONsTorT. .. ...,.... LeRff1 Clwmicizl Erzglflrerlvig Alpha Kappa Lambda A,l,Ch E. Honnrc Day 121 FORRFNI CATOLET ORR., .Sr.z:1le, I1".r1X- Pfyrlmlfvgy Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigma, President, Y,M.C.A,g Y,M C.A. Cabinet 13, 413 Y.M.C,A. Board or Directors, Student Council, L'n1vers1ty Bap' tist Church 13, 41 Honors Day 11, 21 FRroR111K Axunixv ORR ..... ,,.G1.m11a Cm 1fl1e'fn11'.1l Erlqxllrwzvlg Honora Day 111 ANNE E112,1BET1-1 P.-XRRY ., . , L'v11.n,,i Hmm, Forinna Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Deltag First Council, NVoman's League 141 3 Student Coun- cil, Wfcslev Foundation 15, 41 Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Ilhn-us Scholarship Key Mania Paureuocx . ,. ,Spfm,ufitl.1 Cbeflililfw Tau Epsilon Phi Bronze Tabletg Phi Kappa Phig Phi Eta Sig- ma: Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilong Inter- fraternrty Council 141 Honors Day 11, Z, 315 Unixersity of Ilhnmx Scholarship Key NAM Y PEARMAN .,....,,. Spuuixli ,.,.RU1v6If2rr.' Pi Beta Phi W.A.A.: Woman's League 121: Production Staff, "Iolanthc," "The XY'0men" Gulf Park College 1 3' N4 is a :SQS -- t 5 N .S . H. 1 '59 ,,.t' ' a 1 . +3 v 5. at-' t ,.,1vj'f5y5 g 1 p 1 ..-Iv 'hr K... f ,xg X 4791 at A' - 'B , 1 rt ,QN- ABQ ' it LI! xx .1 -. 'O ,xt L 3. WX We . V L- 41- f A q w. xx , - Q 1. af ' .gffisw X ' 'film 1 -- 2 2 1 E Q Sg- Q. ki.,.,,xM N., N 't...a'Ea:X 5' L 1 qst " , X , 1 ' ti me 'LV ' 'Q -S Y -1 .. f3'Tff7 1 1 ea-Ghrfi bk, J? 'ii ' -5 S- j S Sa f X -t K W r t tg ,tw t N-,wat - H i 1 ' T. X it Ana RALHFL PERII, ...,. ,..., I Ffismg, lu.l, Prt'-rllfiflull 1:1111 Clisrrlirfr'-1 Presbyterian Hall Der Dculsthe Vercin, Iota Sigma Pr, L'n1f xcrxity Orthcstm 121 , L'n11ers1ty flwius 151 l'l1u11r1r5 Day 1111 l'r11wrQ1ty 111 R-uliciter AI1111,1R1I P1111111-N , , , I1 ffm-,' 111: I'1'q11..1l X1 :mira 1 hi Omega M-vrtar Board. 'l1.rth, Phi Beta Kappa. Alpha lairlihda Delta, Piuaidcnt, l-'an-Hellenit. N111- tlvnt Senate 1-ll g The lllio 111 , Panfl-lcllt'111t friunnil 13, 41, XX'-,1rnan'5 League 11, Ili Nt.1r fourw 121, lllini l'n1-in Boanl I-ll llon--rs Day 11, 2, 51, L'n11crS1ty 411 Illini-:S itll-flarxhip Kev ji .-xr:-Pwr Prcixnli Ivfftr ' 1 1'-wrnopr-litari fluh Laxal lfniwrsitv, tariatla AllIlllYN jr:.:.1w PI1K'11411 . , flew, lirfsufsj, frntralia 'li-mrixliip -lurimr C-illcae N1YXIlIL'R Pixxxx' . .,. , 17' .. 11.1.-.fr,,fr,1,.q1 Iliwrxru E11x11P1111111R , H:-1. .ll.:1f't 'mir Delta Phi hl1,11's Glue ffluh 15, I1 M.11t.ir1-luliiurfrrlltuu I1 ua Poxraixfi lf 51 .1 11711 Keeler Klub XX'.A,A.3 lndcpuntlt-nt Cfiurncil 131 . lirwl fwuncrl, X'i'1v1n.1n'sl,c.1u11c 11-1 1 Student Coun- til, Hillel Fouritl,1111ir1, H0121 juni-ir 11illuL:c ,hvuv 1 maui' Pun' . .. .,..,. Xpffiir ' Clwn1,'r'.1I Ifvlrlfzfarirlg The frtldel Ch E L tn tnt vunti 1w Pirlt Ci lleee gm sm. " N K f f M, ,fl 1 .Q 22 "Y X 14 , ' 5 ' f ' L-4 V, '. 4- ' '-1 ' ' ' .A ,T .17 ZK 1-335 4 ' X 1, ' .004 1 171 la I , I 1 x Q N144 I 5 - ' ,X 5 V 2 "7 ,1f 4 , of-I -, , "!fN41m211 wk V 1 X ml ,I 1 f 11ll11r 1,111.1 gl X '. X , E.. .1 'V ii I 1111 W 4 1 2 1,1, , 1 1, 1 1 ',1,'1 , I, 11 If 22 ll! I 1 ' l Q N. FM KXTHFRINF Pniaail ..,, ..., I i1.1114'1,111 SfM1u.'1l1 Stratford House Arepog Mask and Baublcg Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish I lub: XY',A.A.., XVoman's League 41, ll , Production Statl, "Iolanthe," "Out ol the Frying Pan," "Ropes End," "The Flving Gerardos," "The XY'11inen" . . , , R11 H uw I11.111111 rs lx.-1v.'11.x ., ,,, 1 l11i.1gf. f'lu11u1111.1 .alpha thi Sigma XX'r1xl1t -I11111111 lollege Miixix .-X111ur1R1111xsio1u' . .,.'lf11tf1a 4,f'if11111'11 .alpha Chi Sigma l"l11no1i Day Ill Roiuai .-Xliax Riiu .,, . .I:1.i1.111,111 Pit-,lltilnal Delta Kappa Epsilon Phi Eta Sigmag Vice-President, Senior Classg Omega Beta P11 Skull and frcscent. Fresh- rian Varsity Tennis Squad, lntex't1.1tc1n1,x' tountxl 41,-l1,lNIen'e League 413 llonors Day 41i K1 'tm III Loxx 1 Ll R11 Hmmm: , .. fZ111'.1q11 E1o11f1r1lit',1 Plu Kappa Psi Stimitarg Freshman Varsity Fentlng Squadg Varsity Fencing Squad 45M Freshman Vai'- sirr Trailc Squad: InteiIiatern1t1 Council 4532 Henk Glue I luh 42, 51 M1 11111 Douoim' R11-14 , clviiiluff P1V1i'lwlf1gy Cirahani Lodge Psi 4',l11 Wlilson ,lumoi 4,1-lleae 411,f11z1 oi Il A1 I4I Rr1u1R'is ,iprrzufitlil ,Nmlfffff-Q5 P1 Beta Phi I'.1n-Hellcnit fountll 45, 'Ill XY'o1'11an'S League 413, Ill1n1L'n1on,XVar Autnities 4431 Student Alumni Awsotiation 423 llantlolpli-M.1ton XY'ornan's College ll,1i111i D-111 Roiirnis . . , .llilim Kfnnlltill lf11gH1i'1'1l11,q Sliamiotk Co-op House Phi Kappa Pllll Phi Eta Sigma: Setond I.1c1.1f tenant, Linuersity Brigade Honors Day ll, 1, Sr, Lfnix'e1's1ty ol' Illinois Stholarship Key 541 N f tu 1' X i X 3 .N QR , X X X A W X Q X, f I : 3 , ,. bafx gi T. 3 .Q Y 29? 5 ,, N F' ' 'Ss 4. N N N .y N , m-atwtt h .,...,.,., .as f-T kv, RY t x , 1 is if 1 A :..5. ,N x fi l 1 -"? EDGAR ROBERT ROGIER. .. . ,. .. .U1bum1 Cbffflfflr'-y Alpha Chi Sigma Pershing Rifles, Y.M,C.A. Cabinet 433 Honors Day 41, 21 Vincaimia N. ROMPPAINIEN ......., ll".mkeg.z1r Gwlllilil Hurd Hall Dui Deutsche Verein ,II'.-XNNl"l"lI' Russ ,,... . .... .... L I1biz1111 Euglnlv P1 Beta Phi Mortar Board: Torch: Phi Beta Kappa. Al ha Lambda Delta: Director of Recreation, Iliiini Union Board: The Illio 411, XVOman's League 41, 27 1 First Council. XVoman's League 421 1 Y.XY',CA. Cabinet 421 : Star rourse 421 Honors Day ll, 3, 533 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Marijoiur Max' Roxxr ............. Lfftkpmf Hmpilizl Dltvsllrr and lmlilnliumzl Alnrlizgurrzsrzf Pi Beta Phi Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota Sigma Pig Omitron Nu: Phi Upsilon Omicron, Execu- tive Counfil, XV.G.S, 42, 5? 1 Star Course 42h Honors Day 422 ANA Rm' ,.,,.., . .,.. ......,.. R 0111-1115 Pollfiml Sl'IBl1l'r' Gamma Phi Beta Illini Union, Public Serviee 42, Sl, NVom- en's Glee Club 41, 31 Honors Day 41, 21 Austin Evening ,Iunior College .Imxir SH111L1fx' Russria. ..,. .. Ilaiwy P.ry1l1f11o,g.1 Delta Delta Delta Torthg Business Manager, Theatre Guildg Arepo: Mask and Bauble: Psi Chi Lawrence College Viimmia Isl,-.Y Russma. ....., lVer1f1n Sprelrzgr General Hume' Eu1r1wr11f.r Delta Gamma Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilon Ornicrong XV.A.A.g XVoman's League 4253 Y.XV.C.A. falbinet 411, all Grinnell College FFRN E1,1zAr1r1H S,1wx'11r1.., .,., Cizihuiille Englifb Concordia The Daily Illini 41, 214 W'.A.A.g XVoman's League 41, 233 First Council, Woman's League 4511 Production Staff, "Heaven Can XVait," "Seventh Heaven," "The Gondo- l.c1:" H,-KRflI,D I.lNfOI.N Sum K ...... . D1a1111 fflwrrliual E11.q1111e1111,q Luther Hlaamc T.1u Beta P11 Phu I..anaIuI.a L'palIuaa. Plaa Km Sigma. 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II1 Iklla PIII, XX'111aa.a1aa Immun III Ilaam, fum N11 Xr l1,',.w .II1 1 M1111-Mva 411.1 I !I11.'11,1l l:'11u111I1111. K1axI11I1P1aIll.lll Klub I'I1a Hem K,apV,a. PIU I,amInI.a Ilpxalwm, PIM Ira mgnaal A I 4 II I, . Ikvxlaanu Iiurh-N. wa 11:aaI I.1cuta1a.afal, I'raaaa':wxla II1xg.aaIa. A N 'I' P li ax 'I a' IIa1vaaalxI5.aa II, M, l'n11xa1xaI-, In Illanaaw N I1aaI.n1xI11p Ku Iaaaaaaa Mal Mum 111. x1,..,1 Kappa Alplm 'II1cr.a Nruplaum r11IIc:a 51 Si " A ' eu X 4? 21 ? are 42 2 Z., J - ' . ' ' -x aa . 1 1 4 1 A Q 9, V- fn i 2 l r filiy if . Z' . . QE, i A AZ-f i"I K i lla -'I l 9 ii 2 , QS E Hazzi. EILEEN SMIII-I .,...,,.,, Spiingjii-lr! Pfjrlwlngj Alpha Kappa Alpha XV.,-LA. Paraicia ANN SMITH ..... . ..t,'l1.fmp11i,qn .ipplfrii Sulfur Alpha Omicron P1 Quriurni SMITH ..,,,.. ..., S .111i11gfi1'l.! P11-wriuf Kappa Alpha PS1 LUITH SuuuIzoFF ,,.,, ..,. I lffhipfi Erlglialv Sigma Delta Tau T-Irchg Alpha Lambda Delta: Editor, The llliog Shi-Aig Panrl-Iellenic Council 1-H. XY'oman's League 11, 21: First Counril, XY'oman's League 13, -H 3 Student Alumni Aw- snciation 1235 Production Statf, "Black Fla- ming-w," "Madame Butterfly," "Two on .In lsland" Honors Day 11, 31 RLHIH .-Xxx Soxoi. . ,,.,. . .,.Clv1,II5, Sf11'1'rl1 Caule Hall Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Sig- ma Delta Pig Spanish Club: Zeta Phi Eta. First Council, XVoman's League 131g Cast, "Pride and Preiucliceug Production StatT, "Arms and the Nan," "Goodbye Again," "I-leaaen Can Whit," "He W'ho Gets Slappedng Theatre Guild 15, -ll Honors Day 11, 2, Sl: University of Illini-is Scholarship Key Faaxnrs Sonoxix .... .. ..,f.lm.1ef1 Zaalogy Keeler Klub Herzl junior C'-Illcige BTARIIORIIT INTARIE Spam ,,,... .,.P1-1111.1 Fnrmlv amf Erlglifb Mtliinley Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Le Cercle Franraisg XY'oman's League 111: Student Alumni Awrs tlatlun 11h llrrnivri Day 11, 3? L'nIx crsity of California RI1II-inn L, SPTNKITR .. .. .,Cryrf,1l Iaih Clwrlzirrrf Er1,Qim'eI'ir1g Alpha Chi Sigma Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma, A.I.Ch.E.g Uni- versity Chorus 12, f, Sth -larship Key fi1A I aii 1 53 f -, ' :SEEN-4, , A I Lt?" fun. 5 X it gm at l ,agrar- vh-f' 1 1 . -r - A-. :- 1 gr ' 'kb' , ...N ex l l 1 Lors STAFFELBACH ,.....,.. ...., C bimgo Germfni Fraker House Der Deutsche Verein Univeristy of Arizona lIzaNNm'1'E Louisa Srarrouo ..... Cb.Imf1i1ign Pie-Liluf Kappa Alpha Theta Mortar Board: Torch, Alpha Lambtla Deltag Kappa Beta Pig W.A.A.g XVom:1n's League 113, Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet 13, 4l Honors Day 11, 21 Erraxoar Hniaix S1'aND1sI-I ......... 1.1111-1130 Bmatwialugy Alpha Omicron Pi The Daily Illini 113 g W'0II1aI1'5 League 1113 Gymkana 11? ,l.'lCQL'ELlNE STANHOPIT ..,, ,.D1.fpo Engllili Gamma Phi Beta Business Manger, The Illlo: Debating Club 1lI Honors Day 125 Northwestern University CALVIN Lies Siisvrxs .,..... ...Uibmzn Cbemiitry Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Lambda lfpsilon Honors Day 11, Z. 35: University of Illinois Stlmlarship Key HELEN Louisr Srewf.-ini' ......... Champaign Sorinlogy Viviax ALICE Srrairz ...... ,,.. G alerbmg Hiflary Kappa Alpha Theta XVoman's League 111 5 Star Course 1213 Pro- tlurtion Staff, "Madame Butterfly," "The Black Flamingo," "Two on an Islan d., Marecaiusr Onan Srocxuarr. .. ..,, filian Sprmirb Shawnee XV.A.A.g First Council, XVoman's League ., 4, 11 -ll 5 H.-,mfg Day 11, 2, am, University of Illinois tg gb, S- Htfwvff College 5 v .. Xx , Ixi A I Pm'LLrs Srociu-r.-xussx ...,.. ,,,f,lin.1,w Mum! IM N 'f"'fHM ll' ,,,,,,,,,,,,k-E Baile:-ialagg Gamma Phi Beta University ot Missouri ,is ff! I PHYLLIS Kfxrmwx Srour .... Jlnrmffii- Hlmziinimir Bethany Cirtlc Ph: Beta Kappa, Alpha Lamlwda Delta. Illini tx Union, Recreation 121 Honors Day ll, 21 l Evrivx EL1z.xm'1u Sinatra fLiuf1p.f,grff Prf-Aleifzml nm! Clurluilrj Delta Delta Drlta Alpha Lambda Dcltag Iota Sigma Pr, Thu Daily Illini 11 U, XY'oman's Luaguc K1 b, Pro- duction Staff, "fi.1rrncn," "Iolanthe," "Low Rides the Rdllifi "Scventh Huavenf' 4"l'ht Wfomc-n" Honors Day III 3 Stir SIR.-kl'M., , . . ll"izrlwui'ffff1, 17.4, nipplnxl' Srlmxi t Produttmn Staff, i'lolanthc," 'ihladarnc But' tCrl'ly," "Out ol thu Frying Pan," "The lily ing Gerard-ns" 41, -s- .st f- x ,so 6 S R x '.'. we PRm,rL1,.a Srnrrirn ..v.,, K.1rnlmfiii . Frfuflv 5 . 3" A Gamma Phi Beta ' Ay 'ff' , Yfomank League 121 ' Northxxestern University I 5- x ' -.T II. N. ' t li A LAVrnx STRFITMATTFR . Y ,Sfww D lv, Cluwzmil Ifvzigimfifm' ,V Alpha Chr Sigma ,I g if A.l.fh,E., FirstRcuin1:-ntalBantl ll! F 1 kv 91815. it H 'A , N , , Sf., Ek' ., F .T "ff . , . - . 209 Q " ' , u JOAN 'ITMPLE Srmr ..,,.. Fnlffiu I N- Q Gsflllnlr v x a:-Nh?,.f .t Mclimley Hall 5 ,if-"A .n x- Der Deutsche Yciurn. Spanish Club I, 'K i I ' in Northern lllinfm State Teatlmcix follegc '.' ' A tw 4 QI . lt 4 -' V D xi '. . gl j D ' , 55x -of X .. v r ix W' .. wax Q.. 3 , . X x 4 L ,D l D Marmnzrr LEE Tmmfxs . .Km-ffzgzim, AH. Pulumlf Xuiemm' Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Delta, Orchesis, The Illn. fllg Production Staff, "Goodbye Again" Honors Day C21 XV1lli.im and Mary College tx w tcalllll , ' ' .Ps ' Alpha l.amhil.r llclta ir.,fi,.ft Di-,N ii an llllalllk 'Irurxixx . 1 1'wi.1!i-i, ir Phi Ira Sigma, Ci-nttrt llanil 42, Rl, mf- -rn Regimental liaml All . Illini L'nmn, lfnlur- talnmcnt 121 X Munk League fll . Naxy V412 Hon-vri Dax' ll.2,5l, l'mwu:tx ol' llllnoii iilmlarilnp Ku .lli:1lum..u'li,i Mtlirnlq mu 1'w.!.f.'ffi'3 lhu l'3.r1l3 lllvm Ill, IM-tlriizi..:i Ntatl, "Tun n .rn lxlamlu 1 Y1xlxx4ri'irwri-111 Flour i!.'..i .Miffflffvi Kutlur Klnh lhotltrtriwri Ntatl, "Hs NYM' Lista Nlipfulq XY'rl:ht -lnrlrwr fnlltuu Yllllqllllfxl 'Irwin Allan' f Evllfwf' Kapiti Alpha 'lhcta XX'uin.in'x l.t-.xuuu 123, Y,XY',f,A. ralnntt ln. XY'ii:i1tri'Q Cvlcc fluh llb Imrtra.-xrrxr Tlxiaf. , i,!n.n .ll,1Jf"in f l'ilfDcr Illini Union, littrtarion Mu XY'irght vllzmor f'-rllrut' linmm jimi. 'lx nxrn , I'..' .vi i A liff,','t.1l Er,'iw'mif1fu Alpha Ihr Slgnu Iau Htta Pr. Phi l,.rmhtl.i lpxihin, Phi lQt.r Numa. Urnuua I hu Lpwilon. Muna lair. Nui' und lacutcnarit. l'niwrwr5 liiigadc r1,.i1.,it on ll, 3, 5r,Iiiimti1,-ni Illmoix Ntlmlarxliip Kuy ilxxifrtrt Yuri 1'ff','t i P1 mimi' ir 'lht Daily llhnr 145 lxxrlx 'lawxiu VINIRAHII , , F7-f-..f'if1 1 fiff1.w,w, .-Xlr'h.x flu Siurna 53 ? qi A 1 x I gg , i.,- ' 1 ,, W in l 9 1, lr ,I f ,. ' ' s ' w 97 i 3' .sl f V. ,fitmf 4 f iv - ' f limi '.,il k li ' 4. 5, 1 .X R' Q1 if i' , J lf - f A ' 7 "lu IMA -if gi by A 12 ll l ' iw' v l I., Fld N. i X fm 1- ' - lllw in Ji ii ly Sxivu P. Viex ....., , ..... ,, .,.... c'lfi.1gi ,i,,i,,,1,,g, Rifle Club: XY'unun's League ll, Jr Mlm lflllllil-IH XX'.xi,i4i'R , c,lm,1,4f Smzfflffui XXL-lxh ll-'uw Pu thi, The Daily lllini ill, llllni Union Ruieituun Ml 1-vinell I-vlleue Mxnx' i-liiiiim XXAAU .. , flf,',lf.!, Ifnullili .uni lliimm Piulwxtermn H.1ll Illini l ni-rn, XX'.ir Serviic 153 llliniux XY'exlul',1n Unixcruty N. M-my JAM' XVARU , , Nfffffuul . mlulffui Delta Gamnu XX' Ani. Purdue Vriiwrsntv Lisirs Nrwmi, WARE., , ., cflmnigf, ffmrliilv Alplm Phi XYYA A5 XY'uru.1n's Leuguc ll! AllR.lfIRIF Axm- X'i'.ui3im,i:. Afinrif Hffll.m,f Spmrlv Alplm Uelm Pi Pmductiun Stall, "The Beiiutllul llevvpleq Knrrull fulleue, XV.iukesli.i, XYIN 'li xx XX xlvm, ... lmmiv lam Pililwlffql Pi lieu Phi The Illm ill, Illini llnifin, XVAI' Selxlue Ill Biirritiiellu Culleige AlXlllH.l l,i1l'1xi WAYN1' ,. ,llf,m1i,f11.f!w lzifffwvlfil Prewhytei i.in Hull 'l1mh, Alpha Iuimbda Delhi. Vice-Piemlent, N--plmixmre flaw, Le Lexile Fr.incii1Sj Spun- ixh fluh. The lllm fl, 2, 3P, The Daily lllini ill. Gencril f,h.liim.in, Hiinleifunlng. XY'-,nun X l.u.u4uc flbg lllinl Union, Recrui- tmn ll, R, ll 3 Y,XV.f,.A, Cilwinet flrgSI.1r fifuiwc I.'I, Prmluitmn Stall, "Iul.inthe," "Out ul lhe liiying Pan," i'Ruil-lip-vref' "The Flyinu Cieiuril-is," "The XVui11c1u" H-rn1vrQl7.l'. fl! 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'lliref Cily Clwrrlfiuif Engirzrrriug XY'en.1tcl1ee llwnnrs D.ly ill lllfxnmnm' JANE XVILEY .......... Springheld Poliriral Stienn' Alplu Chi Omega lliist Council, XVoman's League 121g Illini Union, Entertainment 451 Hunurs Day fl, 2, Bl I University of Illinois Silmlnrsliip Key Imm Stine College frm vsrsxty lflwrus XllVI.-KN RAE xY'Ill,l,-KMN. ,. r f'.'.lf Pvgllmlhyj Delano H.lll XV.A,A, X FH.-Xklfllllk XXVIIINIR .lun 1 Aw fglg' l5.1lJlr,wlffl"- Alplu Epxlllln Pln , V The Illm ll, 21: XY'm11,lr1X l.c.lg1ll- 11, 1+ -. I Q Y.XY'.!'.A. Llbmct ll. fl. Ntlulcm l.lllm:l, . F, Hum F.,l.ml.m.ln IQ, fll J 5 A V. ,...,. . X" ' ' X , ,1 , x mr IE' x r- X A. ' 'f '. YlRl,1x1.fx Mu XX'm',xnxrn IRM..-fy .ll.1H' L n.',1f.'ll PrlADcr ,l,lmcS Mulllkm l'nlxc1wllN 141 E, Ar. 1: lb rmuxxl lXlllllRlNI XXm1M-xr. rw.. llLl..:1-, H.lll XX1-uhm N 14.44 XX llwrl ,llzm lXll flllxllrl NX l,ll..:. lm, Ilnlllll . lJ.lx 4 N,y,,,l,.ll, V IM ligllxvlxl Zllll M, .wlfllw UL l,r .ll rulll L XY: vw 1 fl rw, l, ,, SI l':mLl-.Hx Ut lllmlw X1 'lx 1f. I!lff.,,,ll lyllrll H.lll l1lr.l Nlgrzll Pl llllxlml lily wg, -.I Hman-T. Seovtu. ,-lrflrlg Drum B-un on .1 fann near Leaf River, lllinois, and edutatcd in the public sehools ot Rock- tortl, Illinois, Professor Seovill was gradu- ated ti-1111 the University of Illinoisrin 1008. with t1n.1l honors. Atter Spending hve years in the practice of public .ieeountanry vin Chi- cago, he returned to tl1e University in 1015 lu yoin the staff as an instructor in ae- tour1t.1nry. In 1019 l1e became prolcssor ot .1ttount.1r1ry and head of the Department .nt Business Org,1mz.1tion and Operation. Sinte Match, 11142, he has served .is Acting Dean uf the College ot Commerce during the le.11e ol .ihsenee granted Dean Thompson. He is .1 certified public accountant, having rect-uetl the gold medal of the Illinois So- tiety' ti-1 obtaining tl1e highest grade in the LX,lllTIl1.lKllll'l1 ln addition to several books on .meounting and nu111emus amtles, Professor Scovxll has tontributed mfiterially to the literature ot his field through lmndbooks and special treatises, ,md sinre l'V2i .15 editor ol the XX'1ley Attounting Series of textbooks. Pro- restor Stoxill l1.1s served as president of the Illinois Sotiety ot Ccrtxtied Pu lie Attountants ,md nl the American Accounting Asstieiati-in and as .1 member of the lnurd of examiners of .-Xn1e11t.1n Institute ol Attnuntants. He is .1 member ot the lollmving fraterni- ties: Phi Beta Kappa, Beta G11n1m.1 Sigma ipuist n.1t1on.1l piesideml, and Beta Alpha Psi tpast n,1t1on.1l presidentl. COLLEGE Ol Nlany students and alu11111i of tl1e College are in tl1e armed services, so111e have 1'lI1SXYC1'CCl the supre111e 5Lllllll10l1S. Several men1bers of the faculty are similarly rendering faithful service to tl1eir country in military and civilian capacities. Those students a11d l'l1Ell1lJ61'S of the faculty left on the scene expect that victory i11 war will be followed by victory of a different char- acter i11 business. They hope for Victory over eeo11on1ie maladiustments, over strife between capital and labor, and over crooked, politically-sup- ported racltets. It is our l1elief tl1at in tl1e past too n1uch attention has bee11 given to the personal lJCffCI'l11CllI approach to business and too little intelligent effort to tl1e operation of business on ll scale that can be called social minded. One of tl1e functions of this College in the future should be to educate society a11d busi11ess leaders to the realization that the human element in business is a most important one f1'0lll tl1e point of View of social welfare. l11 some respects tl1is College should be the business leader of tl1e future in Illinois, establishing principles of business conduct, procedure, and opera- tion. lt sl1ould einphasize tl1e recognition by businessmen of their social responsibilities, tl1e appreciation of cause and effect, and above all, honest and scrupulous conduct with respect to tl1eir employees, other associates and Customers. fvfffff' T 56 Roanm' P. Hacicrrr A,friJlam' Dean DEAN Seoviu. WILLIAM C. Rona Arriftanl Dean OMMERCE ND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TX? 4. INIPRI IN H. Hl'N'I'I R LI ffrlffrrih 'IN ,Tor .' I-mn Brix Bnrauz uf Efurlffllznr .lmf Hffwm I, K,II,1 COMMERCE BUILDINI 55. if Hlruu INIXII I1 H, I-IH V- fl 'ff fi fn ' A' ,. , 'fix 95-. Q ,gash .,-N x I ll Gf f' 'ff ff Qi ll will ig f X k , X, A x fp! JW , lllllli l 1 '-2 KN 'W li .r l .-X. XY'ii,ii,ui Aimkifirc. -lll. , ,..P.'ffiri Delta lfpsilun Alplu l'i.ipp.l Psi Bmillcv P-vlytcilimi Institute' Pu 1, fiixuxl- Am H Aux' l,l'i Illl lixlrmxw .. . .ll.zi.wfnli1 .'Mwnxit,1n.x K luli. XY'un1un x Ik-lute 'Iulm llrirniis lliv Ill lli in ,Xxxl VXNVIR rfiiwjiiwf' :Xlplin l,.4mlul.iDclt.11 Business Manager, lllinl 'I'hc,itie Ciuilil. Atg-iuntuncy Kilubg Mule .lml l'v.iublc1 Y,XX',f ,A, Llblnet lll, Prmlinti-ui Null, "Anus .mil the M.m," "C.irmun," Uiiiimllue- Auiunf' "Kiss the Boys L9-mil' lwcf' "Li Bnlicnid' llrinnrs Du' tl ' SI , University ul Illinois Srlmlnrsliip Key x 5 5- xx X N X a XS New - it ai , 'Q X .N . . Rim liinxui !Hk1x1lmslm.. lfliiii 1 i i 5 liectci Vlnh N Phu flu ilillchll Prruludmn Shlll, "Tlx was XYvii1u-n" - F Muslim ,lunmr fullcgc W N..-b i l ,,., 'X Hiiiw l,ril1'-1 fIlNIltIll Piifiu , .,, 1 A- .ll.nii.n,i 4' .iF':,rr" ' hlil.ux.1 Mg! L Dui Deiitstlii Yurcin. Spanish Klub. Fiisl ' 'qi' X rnuniil, XY'i:rn.in s langue llt it ii,,,..,:N nn ia. lags 3' dx lxxi x . ,, v.u' llllll i xlhhllll llxiil ,. l,.iC,r,n1qi .ll.1f1.1iji ni. ff! . l xxrx l il L .lit-iiirit,ximx fluh , 'V l i L I in L luiumi I ill bi XF . . 'fi ' 'fl l l , X lJ.XIRl4l,l Am. I Nucl lluuw illirtli, Alplm I..imhrl.i Delhi, Sluilcnt Schutt' ISP1 XY'nrn.iri's League flip Star Ciiursc 12, Rl , Prnduttiun Rides the Rnilx Flying G4-i.iri.lm Hnnurs Dly ll. 58 XM 1, N . W + XX v :IW -X S? 1 A x Q. X Q .- sv-- at ex am, , s A X Q X X N i. S D, V- ug. --M, -. 'f X S bf. t. 15, 'X 1'- 3 l , . ' . ALLAN EBRAHIM CURRIMBHOY, Bombay, India Iriiiluri-in! Adminixlmlion Cosmopolitan Club Y.lXI.C.A. Cabinet U1 Sydnclmm College of Commerce and Ecc- HUIUILS llmxfxnu Wumnx D.u'1s...,. ...Lzrzdirirb Alamzgelmvll Sigma Phi Epsilon Atiivunt.inty Club: A.S.C.E.: Cast, "Good- lwyc Ag.un"g Production Statf, "Arms :incl the Mm," "Gimdbye Again," "Seventh He:iven"g 'l'hu.ltrc Guild 151 Auriit in' XYIFRFF ....,..,., .... E mlrille .ii i'nnu1i1ui'y Mililnlcy Hill Miiitni' Bnnrdg Torthg Accountancy Club: llhrkcting Iflubg Phi Chi Thetag The Daily Illini ll, Zig XVomim's League ll, 211 Y.XV,F.A, 13. 4,l ll-wnurs Dny ll, 21 filflilllll-N FRANKLIN FAHLER ..,..... Alendimz Pnblif Afairr l,.iS.illcAPcru-Oglesby junior College Efxlu, FRIIIITRHK I-'munn ,..,.,.,. Cfmmpizign .-lrwmzriariq Aiuliintnncy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psig Alpha Tnu Signing First Lieutennnt, University Bri- mile Hnnms Day Ill M.xru'1x XY11ii.ui PRBLH ,...,.... .... L fury luiluvfriill ,'lzlmir1i,tzn11im1 limi .llilmrguusrzl El fntmz Bronze Tnblctg Bn-t.1 Gamma Signuz Alpha 'l'.iu Signing Plmlnnx, Major, University Bri- gmlv: H-inors Dny ll. 2. 31: University of Illinois Stl:-mlnrslxip Key Hxrzmu XY'ri.1,l.aM Glens ..,. .,.. Q rum'-V ,-li'i'fmur.1m'3 Quimy Clillege Hoxx A110 Durcstr GMFTNER ........ Cliiunpizign ,lluliizgfnzwli Delta Tau Delta Bind of X: Pershing Rifles: Freshman Var- xlty Fmvtlwnll Squad RENELVA AAN Hfxwrxnonr ..,, limlm.g.wu 4'-V 9? .-1n'0m1Ii1m'y Welslx Huuse Phi Chi Theta V.1lp.1miw University Vmclxl.-x XY'n.H'r Humax , Il .uf xi, lwff Puffin .l!f.mi K.ipp.1 Alpha Thcm Scimitarg XV,A,A.g Illini Unwn 144-.ml, Inu-n minmfnl 15, 4? Hnnum D.iy 12, 31 'l'ul.1nc lfnncrixty P1'RkYNu1.wx Ixmx .. ., il..wp..wf .ll.1:l'iH1,'g Alplm K.1pp.1 Psi, Mnkutlng Clnlw Unlxcrsxly ul' XVext Virgina.: 'I'HoM.45 BLvRrmxxrQ ,Ink .. . fM,.-mr .ll.lu.1uif11lr,'l Alpha I hi Rhn lvI.1-XVan-DAQ S.ul1Lm. 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Wfxlgx l +n1ml.xt1wn tw, -H 59 ,s?-,, 4 rn. l all III , y fiyfp I . 0 Jfil y y 5' 5 Nay t I l - ii dx R A I- lf? Q I .,N . ,, I , I . , 54- 'lf , I , V Q J I ' Il i'-et , jf f tr ci I CII,-KRLIS KEND.-k1.L AIURRAY. . . .CfZI.nlwIe, VI. II1.!nI.'Ii.Il .-l.lrII1I11IfIIz1m1I Lanibda thi Alpha Doxarrw XY'.u'NIi Nrrsox. . . ,Rankin .'IIIffml1.1r1I'j Luther House Accountanty Club TIIELRIA Man NINRIIIH ...... .v., L IXIIIIIII .lI.n1.IgtmI'IIl Hiirrx BI.-XRIE Niifrsrx ...,... . Oak Paile ,ll.II1.1IgI'me11! I.ceIn.In Lodge Augustana tollcge EARL Nar Norinii, .,.,.,,,. ,,.. C bfitigw .ll.111I1,QI mrul Tau Epsilon PIII Freshman Varsity Gull Squatlg Vaisity Gulf Squad 42, -ll: Intcilraternity fountil lill Mens I.e.Iuuc 11, Il I.oI'Is XX'II.I.I.uI Qrimx, ,IR ..,.. ..PwII.I Illaikffnzq Alpha Kappa Psi: Cavalry Oiiiccrs' Club: Marketing Club. Polo Association: Freshmen Varsity Polo Squad: Varsity Polo Squad 12, 31 . Sutiintl Lieutenant, Unrxersity Brigade frixsi Im If ltixaiiii . , . ...K.1IIk.IiII .ll.1IiIlII1,u Sliaunt-u Phi tlII Theta, llxcrutive Council, W',G.S. Ui, -Il. Illini Union, Public Scrxitcl PIII- tluitiun Stall, "Seventh IIcax'cn," "Thu Fly- ing CIcI.II'ilIIs" Iliitltliiirl f-Illcuc IIRI .' ' I 'lswllrliiulri If , 11 . . I I, .grm -- ,I . .I-fX.I"-' I ,-.,1XY,..l ".A A. . 'umuralsg Pan-Hc cnic .iu ci ,, 1 , "om,In'x .t-au ' . -D 1 Stu cnt Alumni R Rim- I XX-Inicn s Clct flu I t, I l X I f I X I :A N Q , ,1 5- Q Q, gi wirfzif. gag, az-I-,f yi I ,,,..r,.1 - .. E.. V SE R N X - - 4 , I 'A '- F Sf?5'?'lM'?.f'1' , ,fx P ' ' ii. -.5 ., , ,Ii FX 2 I Q fu,-' N .gig - 5 , ' V. . V VT- ' ,-si' ' xv " as Q px M A '-'f lfif' X .21 Q. I E7 f , fi M6 I ' I' r lf ff Ill I , 1 K gr Ili I 1 l Bill ll Illlll RIIIIR I p fi lr ' 1 in Mlxlll Ilul Im N K J lm 7rt IIII Alplii 4' 5 f ly Qli I IIIL Dnly IIIIII ll B 3? ' A A K xt I:- E gi ,U xx x ll r. FI I Ia if ef I If D llvgi ll XX I uc tl ' d :M V ,yif I R,-In-1 .II I: , " - I, III Q I 5, ,Q I I I1-1 , an ' I1 .I I .,-A X fil , ,- ZQ I-gf I C, - ' a Jil,-It ll, IDOROTHY Mm' ROBINSON. . .. .. .,Pefu AfI'anI1tum'y Chez Nous Accountancy Clubg First Council, XVoman's League C-U Honors DAY l3l La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College C'IiaRLIs Josem Srsric ............. Szrearor xliwafnmzrzrg Beta Gamma Sigma: Coast Artillery Club: Pershing Rifles, First Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day tl, 2, 3, -ll: University of Illi- Iiois Stholarship Key BARBARA JEAN SKELTON ...., ,..Pmi Byron fllflfkelfllg Rcctcr Club Cast, "No, No, Nanette," "Two on an Island" IWIORTIMFR HERBERT SLAIRIRN Braokljrl, N. Y. Alarbeling and Public Ajfrzirr Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Production Staff, "Out of the Frying Pan" Brooklyn College I.YMAN FRANK STIEXVART ,...,....... Keuvmee Arruznzlruzrg Alpha Kappa Psi: Pershing Rifles: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day ill XVIIIIIAM FREDERICK TERIPLIN ........ Peoria Arrofnztlzuq Forget-Kee-Not Phi Eta Sigma: Accountancy Club: Alpha Kappa Psi: Der Deutsche Verein: Star Course ill Honors Day ll, ll R,iI.PI-I IRVING TOBER ...,,... .... C liirago Alnrksring Beta Theta Pi Actountancy Club: Coast Artillery Club: Marketing Club: Pershing Rifles, Scabbard :Intl Blade: Major, University Brigade LUURUTHA LINDERXVOOD .......,. .,.. D envy a'IL'L'0IlIlli1lIl'j Beta Gamma Sigma: Accountancy Club, Phi I' hi Theta Honors Day ll, 2, 31 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key DOROTHEE HARNETT XVVEAVER .,.C!.nr Mizmzgemeril Alpha Phi Alpha Lambda Deltag Treasurer, Y.XV.C.A.g Accountancy Clubg Phi Chi Theta: The lllin f2Jg XV.A.A,g Woman's League fllg First Council, Woman's League Hjg Y.XV,C.A. Cabinet 13, -ij Honors Day 11, Z, Sl: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Gnonciz WnrNsTElN ....., New Ymif, N. Y. Marmqemerll Tau Delta Phi Accountancy Club, Marketing Clubg The Daily Illini 1135 Intcrfraternity Council tl D . lllini Union, Special Affairs Gig Mens League fljg Student Council, Hillel Founda- tion 143 Inu Louise XVELKER ,.... ...... C lmmpiigv Arraunr.mry Phi Chi Theta HOWARD M. lNfATHIS ..,...,, .,.. C lm-.iq .llmzaganzerzt Sigma Chi Band nf Xg Skull and Crescent. Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Captain, University Brigade: A.S.T.P-R.O,T.C. gh ln" ,IV , 5L T I Kx w x x T X . Y -:Q 5.5-X :sy 55531 egxni L x g., 'Q 3" - fi :N f ,N3k,yi, we-Q-w, z x. . i s .,.-sly .Q +R? in , Vwtfgsf' Q 'KX ' x, af" 'ii ,- an -s t SL X R t A law i ,591 NX? me X L1 sur Timur-is XVELSH ....... .. ,Bf'.1.l7 ml xifraurmnlcy Delta llpxilon Stutlcnt Scmte 4-Hg President, Senior Class, Attmint.in+,y Cluhg Alpha Kappa Psi: Market- ing llulwg lntertmtcrnity Council H! Honors lliy tll Vi nit Arurxr XVIIHYLMS ..,. Grimm Iizllag ,-hw1nl.'i111i'j Rt-guna Alpha l..nnhtl.i Delrag Accountancy Cluh, Phi thi Thctag First Founcil, XY'-wm1n's I,t.iunc l3l ll-in-ns Dax' ll 'U SAM jmix ZALZEK, Jn .,.......,.. ,Clin-,fra Iudlufrinl Adminirtmriofl Pi Kappa Phi Accountancy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psi Q Pr-,ia tlntti-in Strirl, "Pride and Prejudice" XVilson junior fnllege 61 Si Minis Lonrxlrs Exten: l7u,1u Mclxln Lorenlus linger, Prolussor nl Me- lhanns and Hydraulns, sintc 1054 Dean ol the lollege ol Engineering and Dircttor ot thc Engineering Experiment Station. was born May S, 1591, in Detnrali, lima. 1-le attended the L'nivc-rsnty ot Minnesota .ind the University nl' Illinois where he received the Bath:-lor ur Stiente degree in livil Engineering In 1006 and later the CE, and MS. degrees. He tarne to the University in September, WU", as instructor in Theoretital and Applied Me- thanns, and has served on the taculty slntc that time. From llflo to 1054 he was head or the department nr Theuretntal ,md Applied Mcrh.xnits. Dean Enger is .in honorary mem- ber of Triangle and is a member of many en- uineering societies and lionnrary fraternities. QA ,N .QW ,I. 62 COLLEGE CDF The xvar has made heavy demands on the College of Engineering in its educational and research programs. Many staff members are on leave, either as officers in the armed services, or as specialists in war research projects. Other members are engaged in full-time or part-time work on war research projects in our laboratories. The civilian enrollment, plus the enrollments in the Army Specialized Trainfng Program, the Navy College Training Program, supervision and instruction in the Engineering, Science and Management War Training programs, and in the special programs to prepare young women for tech- nical positions at VVright Field and with Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, have made the teaching load in the College greater than in any previous year. The notable achievements during the year, in teaching and research, were possible only because of the loyalty and able performance of every mem- ber of an overloaded staff. .Qin "hb.s.s..,N Nws DEAN ENUER Hanvrv vH. JORDAN Arrarlale Demi . ,.. 1 .. ENGINEERING SX "wk" 1 41 if l'f1v1r1.m,'f1q , .ww X X x x. x . is M 'IM H.xrm1,n I. W.u,xn ll Axmu xx I I, Ahvblll xx x P, G1 R XI Lv Kun m n Ifm I- B sn 1 1 x' 0,4 ,H Hzrzmg .uf.l' .Wllm!l1u.w f'rr.m1.'. Iff1g1m'nr.'r.', Pf'-111.1 I ,:f:..f .'lf','n' XI.. f,.f . AHA K ,' . 61 ILFR 1 ryll ROBERT LEON ALLEN ...........,. Belfidffe Merbrruicnl Engineering Triangle A.S.M,E. EUGENE ELDON ALT ..,............. El P.I,m Elsrlriml Erlgineeiing Acacia Pershing Rihesg Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Scabbzirtl and Bladeg Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade XXFILLI.-KM RICI-IARIJ APBLETT .,...,. Sp:-inghelil .Nlernllnrgiml Engineering American Society for Metalsg Mineral lndus- tries Society ,lOl-IA CALVIN ASCHERM.-KN ...,.... Lwiizgrfni Civil Engineering Triangle A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilon Honors Day tl, Zi XTVILBER KEITH BANNER ...,..,....,.. Dewey Merbizniml Engineering A.S.M,E, Pain LORIN BECHLY .,.,.. .,...... U fbimii Elerlriuizl Eilglilrrling Triangle A.I.E.E. Rover ELLIOTT BECKETT ......,.. Hinrb, Alu. Illeflnzrlifnl Eilgiueering lllInI Hall Navy V-l2 State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, Mu, XY'II,I,Ixar AVGUC-'I' BEICH .,.,.... Blawnmglfw ,llcI'l1.1IIiL'nl Erlgineering Phi Gamma Delta A.S,M.E., The Technograph fl, 2, 315 Naxy V-12 Massatlrusctts Institute of Technology 64 , x use '- X Q . A tt , X wx X Pi T .- ,T .Av .N . N, are Q it X . Pt 9, I A 3 -1. . Q55-2-r - t--R PV , 4 ,P . A R S X XX x X NN N it Is- :-Ne, t R65 st,- ..1 .JF -'Xi ': 95, ' if X, ,ff. ,gr-bl. - we xx S S X R W +3 X N N? S X X 1 t Nt N A I. ii ,. r was -. W5 I it s ' X' T s if I ,. .S..,,t T.X L, 'fs . tr, l N ..r s" l 1 l xx A i 5- -: ' -' A , . :QP - . QE-,i. xi '-'K .Q D l .' 4- 5 1 , I t wr, '. I . it l 'N , l' F I ii 5 i T GEORGE BELSON ,............... . .Chifago Metbanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E. Honors Day C33 Wfright junior College FRANCIS JOSEPH BIALAS. ,.......... .Chicago Civil Engineering Newman Hall A.S,C.E.g Tau Nu Taug First Lieutenant, University Brigade PAUL VUALTER BORGESON ..,....... Rarkford Engineering Pbyfifi Minawa Lodge A.I.E.E.g Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Syntong Navy V-12 Honors Day Q21 FRED XVISE. BOWDITCH. ,.... .Uk6!l'00A7l, Obie Mecbanifal Engineefing Phi Sigma Kap a Pi Tau Sigmag Sliull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squadg Varsity Cross Country Squad 13, 415 Freshman Varsity Track Squad: Varsity Track Squad 12, 551 Concert Band 12, 3, 425 First Regimental Band ill Honors Day 12,55 DONALD JM' BOXVERS ,...... Calumlmr, Ohm Cemmir Engineering Tau Beta Pi Q Keramos Ohio State University HUGH THOMAS BOYD ........... Awami: Pmk Civil Engineering Triangle A,S.C.E.g Interfraternity Council I-lj g ERNEST VAII. BROOM ................. ,-limi: xlgrirfzllzrv-nl Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa lnterfrriternity Council 1-ll University of South Carolina NORMAN ALOYSIUS BLICKLIEY. .CoIIinr, N. 1 . Alerbfzniral Engineering A.S.M.E.g Navy V-12 Roman Hanrax Caruxvrrr ..... jarbifffizillf Grneral Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.C.E.: lnterfraternity Council 15, -ll Illinois College ROBERT juries CAMPBELL ...... . .rjlmakqfi rllirlnviifizl Efigirrfeilrzu Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M,E,g Trilwc -it Illini, Freshman Varsity Track Squad, Varsity' Tratk Squad Uh, Freshman Varsity Lrms lnuntry Squad, Varsity Cross Country Squad Hi, Letter l3b XY'ilson junior follege EDGAR S. fiiiaxrx' ,.,.,.,.,,, 5pi1iiyfitl,l .llurlv.1i1lt'.zl Eziwqlzirwffihq Evans Hall University Clmrus 15, -ll: Naxy Y-I2 Park liillr-uc Haruiirv Lirrtirrr, .. . , ,litlltinllr trrrl lfi1.g1mrwi.',4 The fitarlul Bronze Tablet, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Buta Pi. Phi Eta Sigmag Chi Epsilung Sigma Tau, A.S.C.E. Honors Day ll, Z, 3, -ll, Uiiixersity nl llli- n01S Srli-ilarship Key RICHARD Ltirls Coxxrrx ,... .,., 1 Cfrrkfffi.! Eriqlfirriirlg Pfiyrti Triangle Phi Era Sigma, The Illio ll! Q Stutlcnt inun- -gil, Ncliinlcy Foundation IZ, 3, -H Honors Dax' tl, 21 CHARMS R. Cnoii, Jn... .. . I'h..i:.'i .llrfiillliiigltilf Ef1vg1ln'r'fn1, Phi Kappa Tau Coast Artillery Club, Pershing Rillcy Star and Scroll: vlunmr Huclicv Manager: Scturitl Regimental Ban-l Hi, First Licutunarit, l'ni- versity Briuatlu Brxviaaiirq rfiriiw ..,,.,. Bi iiii Hifi, X, Y, Cfllf lf11q1115tr,'1,'ij A.S.C,E,, Thu Daily Illini I-lr Honors Day 11, 3, ar. l'nntivr, nr Illintiis Sflmlarwliip Key JOHN Enwaiui C'r'xx1N0i-raar ,..,,.. tlwnign illrlillllrigfriil Eriylizrvrlrllq Phi Kappa Sigma American Soriety for Metals, Mineral Indus- tries Societyz Pershing Rifles, lntcrfraternrty Council l-H . F' V. gt X I i , N v ' X v its -qua Q X e -x all , , fl -'Nil ' . S' " xx J 1 Q' , ifqwan s 4 . X STR' A . 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L 'il1.m.i Jlruh.zn1i'.1l Enginurlrzg Tau Nu Tau, A.S.M,E.g First Lieutenant, Vniversity Brigade: A.S.T.P. l,L'ciax PRESTON Lam-iam, JR.. ..,. LJFUR lllrriiml Engineering A.I,E.E. SHr1,uoN jnsrpu Lravirr ..., Yailazaziv, Viz. Ciril Engineer-ifzg Bronze Tablet, Phi Kappa Phig Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma: A.S.C,E.g Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau, The Technograph 11, 2, 35 Honors Day 11, Z, 33: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Gmzrxix FRANK LHTNFR, ..,,., ,, Clm-iiqff Merbuniml Erzgiuefriizg Phi Kappa Psi Sachemg Arepo, A.S,M.E,g Mask and Baubleg Phalanx, Pierrotsg Sophomore Swim- ming Managerg Student Alumni Association 42, BJ: Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade, Cast, "Two on an lslanclug Production Stall, "Love Rides the Rails" FRx:sici,iN Lisria . .. ., ,, ,,,X'iii-.Jimi ,ll:mllm4tgli'.zI Efigirifsrirzq XYcn,itthce H-suse A I,M.M E,g Amcinan Society of Metals, Mineral liitltistrics Suticty l.fvAI'L1 'l'HuAi,xs LLOYD , ..,...... Cliiiuigti ,llilrilllfpglriil Er1gir1z'iriy1g Ac.iti.i rXmui1c.in Siitiety for Metals 68 e xt " if twu X 53' . N X Q . X X x S D Ria 'PD A' :s i W- N gt A q X F, S 'E 'N :-. i X F1 MA' s x t X NN X -: :QA , ,Hx . , 1 1 I A ' .3 i WR x ,R- ' , l A X . 6. w. ' ' T h ' U f ' iq W' S if 5 PT ' T 'sf as R? , "5-" 1 ' Y' - 1 xv- J RAYMOND BERTRAM LUHNOW, JR. Kama: City, Ma. .Elerrrical Engineering A.l.E.E.g Navy V-12 University of Colorado ,hairs ,IOSEPH Luza .....,........., Berwyn Alecbmzical EP1gi7ll'E'l'ilIg Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: A.S.M.E.g Sigma Taug Tau Nu Tau, First Lieutenant, University Brigadeg A.S.T.P.- R.O.T.C. Honors Day 11, 2, 31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ELMIER L, MAJOR, JR. .,....,,...... Decatur Civil Engineerifzg Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilong Navy V-12 james Millikin University fnanirs HENRY MCCREAR1' ,....., Oak Park Meclaarzirul Engineering Granada Club Northwestern University Louis RALPH IVICCREIGHT ........ .... Z ion Ceramic Engirieerirzg Minnwa Lodge Alpha Phi Omega, American Ceramic Societyg Concert Band 15, 47 3 First Regimental Band ll, 21 g Illini Union, Public Service 13, 43 ,lusrpu ARTHUR IVIILLER ,..,...... Spiiuglield AlEfhI1?IiCdl Engirleerirrg Acacia Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E.g Pershing Rillesg Skull and Crescent, The Technograph fl, 21 1 Sutond Lieutenant, University Brigade ll-vnurs Day H, 21 ,l41HN PrRsi-IING MONINGER ......... Clzimgo llltililllllfygifllf fzlgirirfriug A,l,M,M.E.g American Society for Metalsg Mineral Industries Society Wright junior College Rii1u'R'i' FURMAN MOSHER ,...... , . .Urbana Clril Ezignlrvriilg Triangle 4 hi Epsilnng Second Regimental Band ll, 25, Navy V-12 Honors Day fl, 35 CARL Fixrsarax Muiiiaain ....... ,l5i.rI1IiIIII full Engimmlura Alpha Delta Phi Chi Epsilong Varsity Track Squad ISI . Inter' fraternity Council IZIQ Captain, L'nixeIsItx Brigade Honors Day II, Z, 333 University III Illin--Is Scholarship Key Northwestern University Orro GENE Muwsox ......4.. PIIIp!It-JIIIIIIII Memll1n'gir.rl Ezrgxliawzrilq Xvenatchee American Society for Metalsg lhlinerals Inrlrix tries Society Enwaari P.-KUI. Mr'RPHx', ja .... ll".'lf1n-1.-L ferllmrr Erzgirzesflng Mull Manor President, M.l,XV.A,g Student Senate I-II , Alpha Phi Omegag American Ceramir Sn' cietyg Keramusg Independent founril H, -In , Illini Union, XY'ar Servire HI Davin Samurai. Noraxr , ...,.. .SpI:I1eh.Il.! Elcrtriml Errlqmuvrfilq Eta Kappa Nu, Navy V412 Springtield ,Iunror fullege Roni-ar I-Iannrrm Norm .. ..,. r'lIn.IIII Errulrrrsrirlg PM II, I Sigma Pi President, Intcifraternity Fnnnrrl, herontl Regimental Band Il, lig Illini L'nrIIn Ill . Student Alumni Association IJ! Honors Day Il I GEORLE Wrr,rraxr CIlll'Rl.I' . ,. Prksff ElrI1In'.:I.EI1.qu.Ip. I Triangle Honors Day Il. II Erairir faranirs OLH.-IIIIRI, . .,BII.IIuII:.I!!I Elrr'l1'itrz1EI1gif1r'I'r,IIr Waiuufx Hrixxrmg Ormx. .. ,,.. I I'Ii..i,eII Murlmf1n'.1I lfflglmsilrlg Phi Kappa Psi A.S.M.E.g Pierrotsg The Technograph I-H. Freshman Varsity Baseball Sqnadg Intertia- ternity Council I5, LII: Illini Union, XY'ar Service 12, 31 5 Cast, 'love Rides the Rails," "Minstrel Show"g Production Staff, "I.et's Get Away," "Seventh Heaven," "Two on an Island" E5 N I X X I , s I s ' s I za. W 2 N . M ig., Lb If A , 'Q It , , I wht I f f X? I I ess A I I xv gms-I . it , . Q., L Q,,, I f 3?"V 5. . 'A K R. ' , P 1 .X Q I as .,r.,N :rf 'R in ' Q s ' Q aw. wb - V 5 i . .Q I 1 K . fi' ses: ga he , Q E "lr ' . 'X 151. we "F si QR sea? pa as ....,- "K ' A - Wrriraai jar PRI xriuf, ju. ,... Ili! link Cfnirrzrr' Efiqnlrwlfzq I American feramie Smiety, Kcramim Iinrinrs Day ISI I I Rrirwru' IXIARIIN Rl.-XII . . .. flak I-ink .lI:I1I.1f1rI,zl Ifnqlursvlrlg lfirst Regrrnental llantl Ill . Sound Rem- I mental Hand Ili Ilonnrs Day Ill II I I I I I Rorrrrrrr Iaraxu Rnans . , IIIUIIIIJ W Cui! Efzgirzrwzfza , Sigma Phi Epsilon A S IME., Interlraturnity finunrll III -Inliet vlunrur follege X I fI II I I Iimx arm A1r'nrrIRIIrIr'Rrs . . . ,Cl-fI.:Iw W .lleilnirzfrrif Eviqlmefinig X Rnwte Armes I Pershing Rillesg Stabharrl and Blade. Tau I Nu Tau, Setonri Lieutenant, Universitv Bri- II garle I I I RIxIarrINn Arrrirrnz Airir li , , l'I!I.1u.i ElrI1I1I.i! EI14.IfnII:I,Ig I A I Pi Tau Pi Sigma, First lieutenant, I Urnvcisitv llrlxlarlc I MII irarl Nrxrrrxrix , . . . ,Il".z.ur I II .Ilt'z,:ll,I,Ie.'I.1l IgI,I.I.II,I LII, I ,Ik Alneriran Nnietv lor Metals, Mineral Inrlnsf I triux Sorreti ' I II I II I I II Xltllllll ,IIIII-. NI-,III . I I Ilifl 1TIir5I'1ru.fIx I! Numa l'I Y PIII Fta Slgnia, A 5.l..E,g Chi ltpsrlon, Stn I I -lent Alumni Aswtratiivn Ill, Mawr, lim- I I Ieisrtv Brigade I llnnnrs Dax' Il, I, Rl . laiiiersitv ol Illinois I 5IlIIIIarsIlIp Kev I I I ,lima XYIINIIN Sxnnrr .llfIn.1r.II.j I3 X, JI. .IIIIIHI-Q Ifillgrviuwfilg I Amina Phi llpwilnn A I.M.lNl,l1,. Nan N-ll Missouri Srlmnl III Minus 69 A I QQ? It yr! Q I4 r .IB " 3 li f. .ft ff f f Y ' 'fl 'ff ,. "wr I' Q ' 5 fi " IX 1 . A ff if I 3- Ifiii' P ,VIA 4' f Fif i, - I 'i - I k 1' 2 iz ' 5 , I 7 i ' ' . I' .I 4 Q I f I mf? ll' i I ' I I '- li , fi ' Illli X . if, , ll' V QI' I ' , 'ill' ' 4 1, Y, 2 ,L df 'I 'IAN 1 i H 1, 'f I-Q ' 'I is Qs? I , I 5 A fix h' l I' ' I f Ill, fp , 4 fgl I K I I fp 5 I fl I I PHILLIP Hoxxumn SPAIN, .III ..... ..... D nurlfe .lltI'lI.nI1r.Il Erignleeviug TrI,IrIgle A.S.M,E.L Second I,Ieutcn.Int, University Bri- :Adu RI-I-I'IzI' :XI rm IN SI-Iuur ,........ ...julm L fzll EIIAQHIIIIIII-g Th: Cilhltlcl 'I',Iu HCLI PI, :LSI 1 Chi Epsilon -luliet AIIIIIIIII' Lullcgc RIILIFRI XY'1I,I IMI Sim IILIIMKI Plrzlrzfirhf. N. j. .III I lnu1.'I'.I1 Engmr :Img A,S.M,E. XVARREN D.iNlPl, SI'.IIm' .....,..,.. .llwleizff .lIII'lI.n1lI'I1l Eliglzilwililg Howell House PI 'I'.Iu SIgm.I Honor: D.Iy 121 Qill.I4I'Ill' 51IlN .. ..,.. ,., ,. f,lm'.1,qff Cifu'r11li!Ij', L.,-i.X. Alph.I Epsilon PI Picrmtsg Inturlnrtcrnity Cuuntil 151 . Pru- Lluttlun Staff, "The Beftutilul People," "The XY'-linen' 1 'Ihmtrc Guild 43h llllfilill BIIXIII SIIIIM . ...,.. IflwI.i.w .lltfrlllmullizl Iffliqlzlrtifulg I lII Phi ll'-riiirt UAV II, fb XXIIIIIXM Iirixixi SIINIUII .,.... Ilffilwlll ,Ihr fI.Iu1I.rl lgfiulrnrifflg l..IIIIhtl.I I hi fXlph.I fl 5 IXI Il, Iirntllu' Pnlttulinit Inftilutc Rm' Niimrfxrq SI':XIIxIrumI .... ...... li rin-In Illtlfuzrifilll lilziilmfilulq A,S,M.E. Ilnrinrs D.Iy Ill Mort'-n qlunifii' I Iillmtu 74? 'ff ' N -1 A' ,j ,A 4, , fp , I fs 1 5 1 5 J I , ,,i,,.,h f I I '39 I fr A' ff Ag WI A '-2929 14, -. " V00 ' 1 J . ' 1' Zi,-2' 1, A ' A., J I 44 - 4 f 5 I fam, vi , gg A Q, If I .Q If If ff' f f ' All 0 ' "' 1, . ' I 'I V , 21, - 1 :-1 , 1 ' ' T, 'I f , '25 .,,, :M L' , ff I , Hi ' 72,3 1, 4 -' A-,:I 1, I 1 l2'fli-,..f 1' ,, 1 A ' s X 3 xxx N X PM 'fwr SFAS'-STI inn.-2 1 Lx un.-4I:.f.':, IQ ? I I V 1 I A Q: X X' I ,w X NX X A F3 , I QA' EDWIN KISITI-I SUTHIEIILAND ........ Rmb:-ills 1lIrrZm11iI'ul E7lgiI1FFl'f71g A.S.M.E. 3 Second Regimental Band ill Illinois College HI'Im.'IN Aur.Us'I' TFIIIPLIN ...,.. ...Pwmi Eillzgnlnilfzg Pbyfirf Forget-Kee-Nut PI Mu Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma Ifliinors Day H, ll ,I mx EAIII. TIIIIADIIIAN ,...,........,.. jiflful Ill:'IlvI1r1lI'IIl Ellgilztwirlig Delta Phi rX.S.M.E.1 Varsity Wfrcstling Squad I-lb juliu! ,lunnir frillege VI IKKO Vll'l'.-XNFN .............. Iknfinkegmz IlIt'I'lII1nlI'I1f EI1gi1lu4'rlI1g R.D.R, Ilru Bern Pig Pi Tau Sigma: Phi EtII Sigma: A.S.M.E.L Sigma Taug Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad HIWIOFS Day ll, 2, 33 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key lEI.IIor4n FRPDERILK XVALLIN. ....... Rolklifnl Alifimziiml E7Igl7lBr?P'I!Ig T.Iu Nu Tau. Second Lieutenant, University Biigntleg A.S.T,P.-R.O.T.C. IXIAIIIIQIN BENTON Xx"Al.I.S ,. ..Il"Iw-1 Fnmiefail Illluing Elzlglizvmlzlg Mineixrl Industries Society: Varsity XVI'estling S:1u.ILI 42, il, Letter ill Dum Bl'RLil'SS WI2rIx'I'I2R ....... Riim For-eil C1111 Ealgimwrillg TI'I.IIIglI: A.S.C.E.: Intcrfraternity Council HI 3 Scuontl RugiI'ncnt.Il B.lI'll.l Il, 23 .IOSFPH HENRY XVFGSTEIN ........ lI".1,I-lifmm Efzglfluwirzg Plvyrifi Brrxtlley Polytechnic Institute DANIPL Wfmsemg .,, ,,,. , r.lwl.w Effflrlrul Erlwqlrlssrlmg A 'Nw 'A -tj Phi Epsxlon P1 'N A.l.E,E.g The Technngraph Ill , Frcwlmmm " Varsity Polo Squad, Vuslty Polo Sqlmd 12h , ' 6 x lnterfmternlty Council 42, BP. lllum Unwrl, , Special Affam and Ent:-rmxnmcm Hr , Aiunk League ill, Prmluftmn Stall, "Thu Blmk - c"-"fl, Flamingo". Studcnl Cvumnl, Hxllcl l5.vuml.a- M S 552 tum i is-1 Hrrufrm Wusuvru, ,.1i1lfH.m.1' Pmi N I ' C1111 Fvzqwml vfmy A w h : ' . ASVE, " . f R. - , -. ks M H,4Ri'Jl1l Xxllllllfk . . ,Qfmp C1111 Ermrms rg .NSC E., Ihr Epwllun Quincy fnllcge Q. 4 ,NN l7ur1,l.+,1HIrn XXILMA .. l1fU,',ff:,f I r ll N111 zl I'n4,'r.'ul-111.-Q K XQMKI Lulu . 1 1 M F K M I, ill. f ..","l.:.l l'r:4.'r fr rig f,n. H1 xm' P1'111,Y Riwii 171.111 lltniv Pcilx Rusk. Dean ol thc follclgc ul Auritulluzc, was horn on .1 1.11m 11e.11' Ran- ffiul, Illluols, ,luly 111, 1SS-J. He w.1s,:1'.1dL1- ated from X'.1lp.1r.11so Unuclsity, Y.1lp.1r.11so, ln1l1.1n.1. 111 luobl. He then studied at the bnlxczsitx ol Missouri, retcninu his Bath- el-ir or Nxt-me degree in 111118 .1n1l his Master of bticnic .111.111l in 11111. Alter 111-1 wars' serxite in hlissouil and lnd1.1n.1, he tame to the Unneisity ol Illinois in NIU .1s .1ssot1.1tc in beef cattle l1usb.1nclry. .-Xltcr .1 11u111ber ol .11l1.1ntements, hc 11.1s made hc.1tl or tht dt-p.11tn1cnt on Scple111hc1 1, 11122. icxcmccn years later he became loulth Dean or the follcce or Agriculture, Dxrctlor ul the Pxtcnsi-1'1 Ntrxite in Agriculture .1n1l Home It-1r1on111s. .md Direttor or the Aciirultunil Expc11n1c11l Nation, He is widely known as .1 s1o1k111,1n and is .1 member of the Arucrican S-ltlt-ty 1111 :Knu11.1l Production, Sigma Xi, :Xlpha Zcta. C1.1mm.1 Sigma Delta, Alpha G.1n1i11,1 Rho, Faimhouse, and Rotary Inter- n.1t1on.1l. CGLLEGE OF A world upheaval SllCl1 as we are now witnessing does not lessen the de- lllillkl for trained l11C1l illlfl women-it intensifies it. Certainly a world seeking freedom from want and looking forward eagerly to the restoration of normal and wholesome home life needs the services and devotion of yo11ng men and women with the highest type of college training in agri- culture and home economics. Gnly an enlightened and free people, with tl1c most effective techniques that science, experience, and craftsmanship can provide. will be able perma11ently to secure the abundance necessary to banish want, and only such people will know how to use tl1at abundance for tl1c greatest good. Although food is a requirement COI11l110l1 to all men. not all men have had access to adequate food supplies nor have they known how best to 11se that which they have had. Fruitful years of research in nutrition are making clear what man's food I1CCLlS are, and research in the techniques of produc- tion is making it possible to meet those needs. American farmers and home- makers-inany of them college-trained, most of them acquainted with better practices as the result of Extension teachings-are meeting the challenge wI1ich a distressed world has put before them. The iob ahead. however, is bigger than the iob behind us. After a 111ili- tary victory, the pattern for peace will be set by Olll' ability to contribute a large share of the food that will be needed by a hungry world. On our success in working out an equitable system of exchange and distribution and helping to lift the level of l1U1'I121l1 living will the permanency of peace in large part depend. In the solution of these and other problems the young men and women who have availed the111sclves of the training and the discipline whicl1 our L'nivcrsity offers in its curriculums in agriculture and home economics will be especially well equipped to play an effective and satisfying part. 1 .-"g"M - M ROBl5R'I'l R. Huonisom ,'11.rl51fn1t Dean DEAN Rusli 1'l.-KLDANE XV, BEAN .Al,1JiJf.1:1t Drum AGRICULTURE Mx w. J. NILNUN SP.-XI ru I' rm 1 .,3. ISI.-XXXY'I'I.I. ,lr DORQVY Har rfmlmn' EMIL XV. LEHMANN rlgvirlallmul Efzlgiflwrfnzg JOHN C. SPITIYR Exfuurmrz Sanur i If ,G I Us i 'NX XX'u11.ax1 IA f,aRIjf1lI lluxmlw I I Rv 1, v.'..'1J.'.w.4l IJ ff,'!fff1m1 lhnnxszmx A. R1L'Hr l7.1f'x Hmlf.1f1.."vj XVIXIIAM H. BVRLIQON F ll l l ,l . A ll liunmm' lillll Romflu GRAHAM .flufnml Plzllmlfftu-1 ,full ii-yullm ,ll,Nl 'llAXll'lI' Aux: ., . ,rflv.ful!llv1.'!h .X nlf Pl Beta PI11 .-Xlplu I..xmlnl.1 Iam Sugmn ,ffmu .xml I71l,'l,'ll A DL-lm, Hulnu Ecunm!1luf,lxlls. ll ' s , A A 3 X"urn.m's , . 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Numeralsg Maier Ig XVo- mank League Il, 23 Hmmm Day ll, 2, 3lg University of Illinois Scliularship Key Grijmula Exrux FRENLH ...., ...Rillllblll Gfmviil Hume lfroizoffllca Alpha Phi Hume Etunomics Cluhg The Daily Illini 121 3 XY',A.A. 3 XY'0n1an's League Ill Matkiurray College Eirwxranr EMMA Gunn ....,,,, .i.1i!iri'ille Cnfisrxil Iimm' Emnomlif Alpha Xi Delta Turchl H-'me Econuinics Clubg Phi Llpsilon Omicrun. The Illi-v ll, 2, 31g XVoman's League fl, 21: First Council, XY'uin:in's League Hi Dmmim' Farr G,-xknrx, . ,..Pi11rwe .eljifilirul Sunfire INIIKIIIIU' Hall Home I'wn-'nuts f lub, Phi Upsilun Omicmng XY,A,A.. XY',A,A. Numeralsg Mayor I Hunwrx Dax' Ill Triri xr a Gaiznrx , ..,....,. .. ..P.11z11:e I' ffffi If .mil Nn1r'i,1n1 Mclilriluy Hall XY',A,A. Numerals Illiniiis XYesleyau Lfniveisity ,lmirs Riiiifinn Glrarsrmsi .,..., ,jr-in-gifflr G.r.m.1l xl,i'v1i'11ll1ire Agricultural Vlub 76 f fs? - X 9 : ci - . Nhxw , .L ' - XS '.. say - Q X A QS . sag t Q . . l M. .x V gpm. 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Viola Gelzfrizl llmnc .Ermmfzinr Pri-Der House Home Emnomits Flub , Phi Upsilon Omicron Lifiia ELIZAIBIHIH I"lULL.-XNDSWORTH. ,Glnrjard Tsizclufr Tmiliirzg -I-H House Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicrong Production Staff, "Rose Marie" Honors Day 115 Itianizanrr ANNE HUDSON ....., l.iIIllEIIf6'1'iU6' Hfifpihil Diftfiifr and IIIIIIIIIIIUIIJI Miirmgenzsrzf Zeta Tau Alpha The Illia fl, 215 XV.A.A. Numeralsg Y.W.C,A. Cabinet 1413 Production Staff, "Carmen," "Iolanthc," "Kiss the Boys G-mdhyef' "Seventh Heaven" SH1'nxxcicm Lizioi-ITON jfxcicsox ,...,... Smal-.1 l'0z'i1lio11i1l xlgriclilllne Carmen Alpha Zetag Agricultural Clubg Cavalry Of- ficers' Club: Hoof and Horng Pershing Ridesg Scablward and Blade: Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade Honors Day ll, Zj LIURIEL ,IEANNI3 KIESSIE ....,........ Cl11I.z,uf Grneml Home EI'01m1111I'J Alpha Epsilon Phi Phi Upsilon Omicrong XVoman's League H, 25 Q Y,XY'.C.A, Cabinet fl, 25 Honors Day Ill KORIILEE M.IuI3If KIPP ,,.. ..,,,. I Ai1111.i1I.II.1 N1111ir1f11I .NIJ Dii'1r!n,I Reginl Home Economics flubg xx'OIl1.ll"l'S I.e.Iguc 11, QI: Student Council, XY'esley Fountlgitiuri li, 4b H0nIJIS D.Iy fl! Er-IIIY SIRINNE KIIIBY. .. ,... .., OIIIIILI Hnipiml Dlfffrirf Iwi? 111-t1fnI'1f111.1l .lI.zlII1gsn1f1I.' Alpha Chi Omega Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilim Oinitrun, The Illinois Agriculturist fl, 21. XY'omun S Glee Club 41, It LIIIIEQ Millikin l'nIXeISIty ROSEMARY LOUISIS KRIFGUPR .... . 5III1I.i Ceusnzl Hffmi' Ei'011II111lI'I' Home Economics Clubg XY'.A,A 5 XY'IInI.In'Q League ll, Z5 Unixeisity of XY'iSconsin BETTY Axxr GRANTI-I.uI I-CLIYPIII ,.,. :lf.'!11II Nnlm-12in1I mm' Dirrrmi G.Imm.I Phi Beta Der Deutsche Vercing Orghesic, Phi L'pwIlII:I Omicrung XY'.A.A.. XY'om.In's Le.Igue Il. II. Cast, "No, Nu, Nancttcnz Pri-duction St.IIl', '.lxfACl.lmE Butterfly," "Sexcnth Hc.Ixrn" BERNIEICE RILI-:ER LAMB ..,, ,, 4.11m G611fIIJl Hf777IS Efo110111I'II Chi Omegx XV.A.A. lfnivcriity of XY'y42vmin5 if I ' ... ,..,.1 L 2 4. 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XY'.Irncr H.1II Q, A Ntullunt I-annul, Mtliinlcy Fivuntlitnm 13, ,II xx'.1t..n ,I.m...f mill-ur I' l i-, Y, Q Ay Ilxiclixru I,l'mlli Piiml., . .. ll .rfnin Cfrm 1.11 llffmr lil ffrlffmnw x X Q lk-lt.I Zum X I Ilnvnc Etnnnrnnta f luh ' 1 5' im-lt. f..11tf,t- iff , 'mm , - X X 4 in . . X - I.If,'.f.1! Hffrul Izwrzfwfi Ixlrt Dtlu Helm ,Q I 1.' - . - .., Mum ,lui I'icI:.nlm,'xsn ,,l.i,IIfw!lI Y ,- f,rf1Iv.1l llffrm lfruuffm '. I I Iiunu 1 1I.,m.,- 12..,f..,n..tt rm, xv,A.'11c4 Ax ,., 7+ I l,.I mllu lkviiffbglcslwx' Vluninr fnllcgu ll N K I K. A 5' YT Il I PHYLLIS EILEEN READ ........... ,...Pulnnm ,I Gwlsml Home Erauar11lL'J I +H House I 4 Mnnaging Editor, The Agriculturistg Home 3 Emnoniics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicrnng - XVnm.xn's League II, ll 1 NV.A,T.C. lXllI,URIlJ IRVNE REED ,,.,.,......... Dnmln: Gumwril Hume Eunlulflnf Bcm Ht-use Hume Euwnomlcs flubg Phi Upsilun Omicrong lhc Illlnms Agriculturist fl, Il lrlunmx D.1y ll, 33 Dnnornx' EILELN RULL ..,., ..... 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' 611111.11 H111111 F1111 11 ' 1 11 1 1 1 THQ wus Error Brsxrx Dam Thomas Eliot Benner, Dean of the College of Etlucation, was born in Danvers, Massa- chusetts, February ll, 190-1, l-le was grad- uated from l'l.xrv.ird in 1014 lA.B.l1 received grsduate degrees from the same university in ltllo 4.-X,M.I, 1025 lEtl.M.'1, 1924 fEd.D.l. His priifessmrial experience has included teaching in Maryland and Blaine, public sth-ml .idministration in Massachusetts, serv' ite .is st.xtlst1cl.m .ind editor with the Ala- b,im.i State Department of Education, the .nuns deanslup of the College of Education ol the .-ll.ib.un.1 Polytechnic Institute, the tlmntellorsliip ul the University of Puerto Rico, .ind .1 visiting professorship at Colum- bia University. Since 1951 he has been Dean or the Follcse of Education at the University of Illinois. He served as 1 member of a com- inussion to imestugate voc.ition.1l education in Illinois, .is Clmirman of the Atlxisorv Com- mittee to the Educational Commission of the Illinois State Legislature in 11935. and .ws .1 member of the commission named by President R--1--evclt to report on Puerto Rico as A center or interv.-Xnierntan education in 1030. He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa .ind Kappa Delta Pi, .incl hollis oritite in several national pro- lessional org.in1z.ltions, COLLEGE OF EDUCATIGN The College of Education is proud of the part it has had in preparing the teachers and administrative orlicers who have contributed to the edu- cation of the great army of men and women who are winning the war through service in our combat forces, in industry, on the farms, and in the homes. Ten members of the College faculty are serving in the armed forces. Five of these are in the Navy, including one in the Vfaves, and five in the Army, including four in the Air Corps. Ten days after the declaration of war the College organized the Illinois Committee on lYar Problems of the Schools. This committee has served continuously since that time as an important coordinating agency among civic and professional organizations interested in the schools. All the re- sources of the College are being directed towards effective war and post- xvar service. This includes much time given to planning for the period of 'Z p0Sf-XV111' 1'CCOllSU'LlCIlUll. 1555 43 8 O gf., ,4 1' XVALTER S. IVIONROE Direclor of Ibe Bureau of .Educational Rarearrb DEAN BENNER CHARLES M. ALLEN Principal af Unirerrily High School ...... .., FLOYD Tl-loxms Annum' . ., .hmmm f U Hfjfflfj X. Alpha Rho Chi 'f x llllnnxs XY'ulcyJn I'rnxeml'I ' R ll I-2 I I , xx l.IL,-K INI,uu,,uu1 AXIIRIXX ,ll,mf1 'g,,f?'P.:- I 1 ,frffrrffflmf F,-M-.I H "fn "' V 'le XY'.lrncr HAII ' XV.A.A. 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"N.lll.lml lilltlurflx. . ,- 2' 5' XXlull,lu X ll.l4lll lll. llzxl lwlllllll, XX wzw "UHF 'l':lwrl," Ulllu l5l.llk l:l.lll1lrl:w, ' llll ' '5 V l .lll N lc.lLl:. lil Y Xl 4 :X 4,lln L lv Fmnlx Pllm,lll" ' , ljll-llll.lwll mln, lm --f lm Ilwl: l'l,l 1 ll.,ll..:N lull ll, -, f.. l'.lllWlll lll llllzwl: ' . , X ll..!.llrl-p lvl Q , l-- ,. S S lvl norm X1 xt 17 i.. 1. in Xllt llextortl Xtyytolnlx Dean ul the l ollcuc or Fmt and Applied Arts, released his tiainmu .it the L'n1- xeruties .-1 Kansas, Illinois. ind Aoutliein lall tornia His .natleimt studits hate been supple' mented by walt tint-I in lfuiope and the Orient Before 4,-vininc to the Illinois tatultv in WIS. Dua ml wi l rnxc xeirs Dirt-.tor nt the n Xtwtn w .s it cd An- .it I..-ng Department ul Fmt and Appl: ldeath Polxttthmt tfalitoinial .md for I4-ui vt-.us Dnettor -it Adult Iztlutation and Prmti . pil nl I he Lung Htath Eyenmg High Sthool, He serxed also .in the Iatultits ol the llnitcrsity ol Nuutliern C. leve or T il' l tolf nnrnva. .ind the Agixtultural .intl Metlianna cxas, .it the latter Institution .is Professor ,it Artlntetture and folleue Arthitt t Dean Xt-wtoinb was for ten vents editor ol tht A CCLLEGE OF' The College of Fine and Applied Arts offers ten curricula leading to degrees in Art, Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Music, and with the College of Aledicine, offers a curriculum in Occupational Ther- apy. Fnrolling normally in excess of eight hundred fine arts majors with' some l-E00 students from other colleges of the University, the College halls and studios are busy places. This year, with many of its faculty and most of its male students in the armed forces of the nation, the College carries on its work in all branches at the high plane of former years. The faculty and students are participating in various lines of war endeavor. They have designed covers for patriotic publications, prepared posters on war projects that have been circulated widely, and offered entertainment at local C.S.O. centers and at Chanute Field. ln the Army-Navy instructional program line arts instructors are teaching subjects as far afield as mathematics, physics and navigation. In the meantime new instructional programs are being studied and plans are being laid in order that the College may be as serviceable as possible to the great throng of returning enlisted men and new students who will come to Illinois when we shall have achieved a lasting peace. ll"ti.'iif1 .'bl!i.':tif. thltago, has stiyttl .is teth nital tonsultant 1:1 tations t-innettnons, has let turetl widely on the Fine Arts, .in-l is the .iuthoi -it rnurteen xolumes and seyeml hundred inagaf zine artitles in his field, He is .1 member nl Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Signia Xl, and ya' .p nous other li-'notary and prolessional organiza- tions. T -:QE ifssgxas-:g l W :sprrf rxuwfrra-'rt-rvfxwaeatsvsgt s t X 5 I' 8-l 'r Fniintnlcx B. STIYEN- Dmtrlm'. Srlwol uf Mmm Cviws E. PALM!-R .'I.i.wrn1ls Divan 4l DEAN Nryvcomu FINE AND APPLIED ARTS ."'5 SW pi Q WAS X 1 .K Ig... .i 3. LIIRINI. H, Pam Ixr .'iII fv11fI'lnIu OI 'IU G. SUI,-II I I II LIII1If.1I'Izfu' xir I ffm I M11 Q df jxmx G. 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Cbiiuzgo ffu111r1lur'r1.1l Dr vigil Lowry Iiirlge Northwestern Unixerbity ANN,-x Ixffxm' XVILKINS ..... Hriffi,-wzlwfg, Vu. :lvl Erffmlllfvll K.xpp.1 Alplu Tl1et,l Firmville College GORDON GRYITNITIFID XY'll'TFNl'.I'RC, 1,lfl1E Kwik, .-ilk. .-lrrZ1flr'rllm1l Erzgiffrfrirlg Srgnm thi Gargoyle: Senmbg lnterfrgrternity foumil 121 3 lflnmwrs Driy ll! University of Ark.1ns.1: Br-xifrux LPI: YATEH .....,.. . .New Bnrruide ,lln,vic Erlnrfzliaaz Medei XVnn1en's Glen Club K-ll: Production Staff, "Kiss the Boys Goodbye," "Seventh Heaven," "The Gonduliersn ' ,, . Fninrnlcx Sraiox Siiaiiu' Dmitriy' Frederick Seaton Sichcrt has born Detem- l-er li, 1-ml, .it Triwer, Minnesota, Ami graduating liom the Stliool ol ,l4'KlfYLlllNm All the University ol XVisLonsin in WIS, lic worltcd for sexeral newspapers inclutlin: the Hihhing lMinn.l Dilllll' Nrzzv, The Duluth Hsmlil. and the ihitago Ilu.1lilsEi.:rf1,'mi. He joined the latulty ol' the University ol Illinois in 11137, and was granted .A degree ol Doctor of Lan' in WIKI He was admitted to the Illinois har the same year, During the year 1040--ll he served as prolessor nl iournalv SCHCDOL OF JOURNALISM The School of journalism. in common with the other units of the Lym- versitv, is devoting its efforts to assisting in the prosecution ofthe war and in the maintenance of essential wartime civilian services. lifforts in these directions include accelerated graduation under the three semester pro- gram. a special course in wartime communicaticins and censorship, and a two-year emergency program designed principally to train women to take over inany of the essential services in the communications industry. Four members of the faculty are at present serving in the armed forces. Of the manv graduates of the School who are now in uniform. six are ltnoxvn to have given their lives in the service of their country. The communications industry, including nexvspapers. magazines, and radio, is contrilmuting its services xvholeheartedlv in the xvar etfort. Not only is the puhlic heing kept adequately informed on the progress of the xvar and on wartime civilian activities. hut millions of dollars xvorth of space is lmeing devoted daily to the support of necessary uartime projects such as scrap drives, liond sales, and recruiting. The School of journalism is proud of the record of its faculty and gradu- ates xvho are engaged in lwoth military and civilian wartime activities. ism .it Northwestern University, Hu .issuined ' the clirettorsliip ol the Sthool ..I jonrnalisni on September l, lull. iii! . I 1 l Ilnui llvli siiirint riiuxris li Flxxx .lii:i'.if:.' If Jft I7.'iti," 89 ,K QW' Y A i pl Q! 'ff Mrmrra Lorrsr' Br-'xsox ..,....... H.zrrl.ilini: :I.:'1ril.w,'f,'u ,nr,lPnlflirf1iug Zeta Tau Alpha iliheta Sigma Phi, The Illru ll, ZX, 51 . NYM-X :Kg XYrvrn.rn s l.e.rL1uC tl. :ll btudent .-Xlurnnr Ass.-ti.rrrrin ill , XYorrren's Glee I luh 141: Prodrittiurr Stall, "Kiss the Boys Gund- lwxe, 'Nu' Nu, Nanettcf' "Rose Narredi "The P-lark lilanunsi-," "'l'wu un an Island llir:Rllr,lr'xrBrv1 . ,. .. ltnzffux ,Nrrii .rml lglrlfulrrl Kappa Delta .Msrstarit lftlrt-rr, The Daily Illini: Theta Sig- ma Phi, NYJ-X :LL XYwn1an's League 11, Il. irrrdcnt Alumni Awrtr.rtrnn 123. XY'.A.T.C.. Production Statl, "Kiss the Boys Gomlbyef' "Matl.rrne Brrttertlyj' "Out ot the Frying Parif ' The Blark Flar11rnuu" Miramar r' Wrmrmtnr' Bmrr . ,. .1-.flfffrfffmu Nurri rrurl E.ll1f1r1.ll Kappa Tau Alpha, Theta Srgrua Phi, 'lilrt Daily Illrrir Il, II I-Iurwrs Day 41, 2, Sl: Ifnrversrty nt lllinnrs Stlmlarsliip lit-v tirlrirrar lfrrrs Brrrxmr-rr., . triim Park N511 ,i .mil E.lrlffv,u1l , . . - ,, . Iuriralraxxk, Men s Cilee trlulx Il, -, -1, -ll Yrrmrxrx llrrrxr Bkmxx . Xjuf'lulf.l.l .Nl rr . am! lil1,wfi1.1.' Ileettr I luh bprrriulrelrl ,lurirrri tullege livin l,rr.i liixx . .. .tff.w..'t .NH Iii .mil Ifrlrfffiml llrrlrl llall Kappa 'Iau Alpha, Der Deutxtlre Yererrr, Phi ,-Xlplra flu, Theta Slgrna Phi, 'llrc Daily lllarrr Ill Mum' Ixxrrrrnrxr I'IIIlllI-. . f7t..i.'.f,f Xi rr i .mil lirlzlffiml .Klpha 1 hi tlrrieua . C l , gem t A t I J' SN XX l -Q. -.- 6 T ti x Q Q t S W mx .- I 1 Ere N. sw I X X .' A X , 2 - X ,wx X X 'Ali IC! ms:-4 S l 5 ., i x sr i 'J 53 yy 2. j i ,gtk 55 XS R t is, x is X I.uc:rr.r.r RUTH Gnrrmrnarzo ............ julie! Nerrr mul Erfilozirzl Hosts 1-Iuuse Theta Sigma Phi: Illini Union, Public Ser- xice I-ll ,luliet juniur College Frramrs ANNE HATTFNBURG .,., .Ki,'11le.1leee .'Irlr'urf1,riu,q iam! Pnlzlzflilug Delta Delta Delta The Daily Illinr ll, Zlg XVom:rn's League ll, 21: Cast, "Two nn a Island" Br:'r"r'x' Mawr I'IOIZl.SCHl'R. ..,.....,., Urlmrm Nurzzr mm' Er1'i1o1'irrl Gamma Phi Beta Theta Sigma Phi, The Daily Illini 121: Stu- dent Alumni Association 123: Illini Union, Publicity Chairman 1-ll lNIacMurray College ,lr'aNxrf'r'1 ri Srrcaxx Husrox. . .Cawrm.l. Mlm. Nvzrr tml! Erlllmml Delta Delta Delta XY'wnran's League ll, 21 Manx' Er.rzarrrf'r'r-r Kmr ,.,.,,.. Jluffzrmzrillle slrfruflvflrg .mtl Plrbliilvllrg Sager I-I-ruse Shurtletl finlleee Y1.,rs'r'.-i M. lNlARTlNEC .....,. .,..... B wrrirn .-iilruflialllxg .mil Pllblialurzg Kappa Delta Kappa Tau Alpha: Theta Sigma Phi: XV.A.T.ff. Morton junior College Isuu rrr liruKr.aNrm AI.-IRVIN .,,.... Oak Park ,'lrl:-urllrmg and Pnbllrlviug Alpha Flii Mortar Board: Kappa Tau Alpha: Business . f K 541- , M 2 3 f' 'ima Nigrua Pia, 'r'1. Drrlr rum, ri, ,ri 0 'Y ',,., 1. f s A, W 97 ,IMHO Mmlrm Ivmwum, Manager, The Daily Illinig Student Senate Q W M ,' gf! lslll Arepo: Mask and Bauble: Theta Sig- Qi A N .. ,fvrn 'Y gif! V ma Phrg XVoman's League 123: Production i" A . ,V Nr' 3 QL, htail, "Carmen," "He XVho Gets Slappeclf' Y 3 ' n. ' lim - "I-rl.rnthe," "La Boheme," "Ruddigore" gi I X' l I it - I H'r'fa.P3.yf'i,' - V V 5: . wt ' ur ,o ego , I ,' ' 1 f.. 3 fl Q, J Vi fy' i if L ' fs ' l, , 4 . ' I i ' ' YU l. ' ' M NWN Mirza' .Kr rrr tiirrs ,, r,filnmb1,1 flwr, lull, M.-rxrxr' R1-Nr: AIFNKFS ....... Nermrla, N. j. i V " if, -'Ulwllifflu ,NIJ l'nl1l1ili1u4 ' .'Irl1'rv'liiir1g 11111 Pnlzlfrlrlng IJ- .ir "'5l".i 1 Ive! Nuns INN f :gs ,i if WW , t ir all Nteplrtm riilluuc -I G Marketing Clubg The Daily Illini 123 g I 1' 1. 'jf XV.A.A.: Independent Council 1235 XVom- .1 ',,,fAv 1, an's League Ill: First Cnuncil, XVoman's I f f Q League 133 1 Production Staff, "l-Ie XVho Gets W 'J X 'TQ ' ' 90 H' ' x Slappedf' "No, No, Nanetteng NV,A.T.C. Y' fl 'ir' 'W . S . New York University 12 lil, -it N- ? 1 .ui -il D 4 IRA LlrsmHl'1'z NORTON , ,, ,. r'!v..:cff Nflm ami Ellllffrldf G.l!11l'l1.1 Theta Phn, S1gm.1 Dclm flu: 'Ihu Illm 4-H, The Dmly Illxm NI . XVILI. SUV! Annuumcr IH Bill! ,II-KN Nxml . lil ffyf nm f Nun um! E,lHffff.rl Alplm Chx Omen Mulmr Bnurdg Tuuh, K.xpp.1 Tau Alph.x. Ax- snct.1ntELhtm', Thr: D.x1ly llllm, Shu-A1.'I'lut.n Sngnu Phu. XY"um.1ru'x I,e.1guc 111 . Ihmimlu-m SLUT, "Ring Mum " Cum: ,lxxlx Ulu-N . P.,w.' 1 ' .wmv ,mf Ef,',f,,,,f.,f Mgr Hmm.- Axxmmtc llhrur, 'Ihc 13.1113 Illxm, Ihpu Slglxm Phy. XYu1n.xn'x Lcauuu Ili IXIXIIIIYA Minn RAM-LIN Pklwu .'Lf:ur1v,'r1g .lmf PlfH.w!f.'r,', Lmmm.1 Phs Firm Bmnzc Tahlcl, Ph: K.1pp,x Phi, K.1py-.x 'I.m .-Xlplm. F-.hmr, The Ilhu. 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Ht y-lined Ph-.sital liiliitati-in :ri Dill, ,mil was ri l'li',sit.il liiliitation -if rt-ri hooks .intl ph-.sital c-lut,i!:-in ,iir liis ilvrc! spiirti I, HMS, He seturcil .i in Phuital in 1"l', .i Mas Unix cryity in lltlutatiiin .it 1, Pi-ness-ii Nl r in the .irmy 1 .ind 1-121 hc lor the Greek the and or thc lfilutation .it tci's dcglcc in l-rio, and .i thc Uniieisitk iluy sciietl ay tlurinu lvl' serxcd .is Di- Army in Asia Department or ,it thc fnixcisitx' of Illinois t r I thc brli-lol -il ride Dirct o ii in lui' He is thc .luthoz in.izi'. .lltltlcs in the ricltl ol Niiuasli, iatlccts and linking 4 tollctting laiiirlsx on thc his- SCHGGL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATIO The School of Physical Education. established in the fall of 1932, in- cludes two departments: The Department of Physical Education for Xlen and the Department of Physical Education for VVomen. The work of the School centers in two major areas, namely: Con- ducting professional training curricula for men and women interested in becoming teachers of physical education, recreation workers, and athletic coachesg and conducting programs in physical education and recreational sports for the general student body. During' the current year the Nlen's Department has also been engaged in conducting programs in physical fitness for the Army and Navy col- lege trainees located on the campus. all of whom are required to par- ticipate in these programs five or six hours weekly. sf, zfmwaf. or ypiuv, his ihicl li--hlwi afar' at Hess 'LfAx2'S ' -," Q' .e -LL, P r J' ' -ff' 4: :If - f "' ,.f 1 f fi- 1 T N A A A, ,Q I A A Q i..:.,:.-1,-ight? -.M -1, 5 ' A Q .- 'L .ri ' f-'- 'ai-17 -Q " Q ,- fi"- , F i . J I 'Wa als.-H, . 14-., , 1 cr . T ' 1!i fQ'la'?'i'l'L'V?3'illi 5 ' Q 7 M lvl? Y-.ggi -- , ,-iff: ,- ,, gas Q' -1 " t a ' - V J '1 pf- " - "'f"'1 ", LJ- 1 .I ,g D ,U . 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Kansas, and l'c- txxecn l'11W .ind 1011, Prolexsor nl Law at the Vnixersitx' -it Kansas, In 1021 he was appointed Professor or'I.au .it the University of Illinois. and, in 1022, Dean of the College. Since 1051 he has also served as Provost ot the University, He ls .i member from Illinois or the National C--rift-rente ul tnnunissioners on L'nnorm State lame th.urm.in ul the Section ol Legal Edu- tation or the Amernan Bar Association, Past President or the Illinois Stare Bar Association, .i memher nt the Advisory committee on the Re- xision oi the Statutes ot the State of Illinois, and .1 member ot the Advisory Board ol the Division ul Drlinquenij Prexention, State Department ol Puhlit XY'cllarc. He is A fellow ol the American THE COLLEGE OF LAW Democracy is founded on justice, and freedcm is rooted in law. Liberty and justice complement each otherg neither can exist without the other, and neither is likely to exist in a country that does not have a highly trained bar. Let there he no mistake on the role of the lawyerg hc is essential to the operations of democracy in war or in peace, In time of war our country requires a highly trained har to serve as leaders on the field of battle, to uphold and maintain the civil rights of its citi- zens, and to sustain morale. XVhen victory comes and peace again pre- vails, it will need a well trained bar no less to assist its citizens in the orderly settlement of their disputes, to perform the functions of govern- ment, and to advance the cause of peace among nations. The College of Law takes pride in the contribution it has made, through its faculty and graduates, to the jurisprudence of the State and the Nation. even as it acclaims the patriotic devotion of its students and graduates who have entered the armed forces to fight and, if need he, to give their lives for the principles they had avowed in civil life to support and p1'0l11UtC. For the future the College is fully conscious of its responsibility to educate men and women not only in the skills of a craft. hut as architects of enduring institutions in a free society. Acadcrnv of Arts and Stlenies, and memlwer of I I Phi Beta Kappa, Order of the toil, .ind Phi Kappa Phi l 94 Airenrp Hari THE DIVISICDN OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSION This year has found the activities of the Division of L'niversity liv- tension greatly niodilied by the xvar. The lingineering, Science and Management NVar Training program is administered by the Division. Since its beginning in 19-ll, this program has provided courses for more than thirty thousand 111en and xvonien, nearly all of xvhoni are employed in Illinois industries engaged in xvar production. They represent the higher level of employees, being actual or potential technicians, super- visors, scientists, engineers and the lilce. Classes have been held in fifty- four industrial areas. Funds for the program are provided by the Fed- eral Congress. ln cooperation with the Armed Forces Institute, the Division provided instruction by correspondence to lllCl1 and xvonien in the Army, Navy, .Nlarine Corps. and Coast Guard. These students are scattered all over the xvorld. The lending library of educational niotion picture tilnis has acquired most ofthe lilins for classroom use that contribute to thc under- standing of the problems of the xvar and the peace. All these activities were in addition to the peacetime prograins of the Division. .2-fse-we 1 Rolo RI H1 ll liiioxx xi Ibiiilfii Rimlsgit Bt-ll Hionnc, Diiettor nl the Division of l'n1yc1s1ti Extension, nas born in Usliltosli, XY'1s- ionsiri, on -lulv li, IHWI. Alter .itteruling the Noutlicin Illinois State lea-,licis follege, he cn- teied thu l'r11xe1s1tv ol Illinois. l'ict.1usc I11s ciluf -.1t1o11 nas interrupted In his serving in the United states Ainix, ht did not tompletc his 1g1.1d11.1t1on until the s11n1n1c1 of V122 Altei serving nine vcais .is .1 high silioiil Prlnvipal .intl titv sth-1-il siipciiiitcndcnt. lit ictulnccl to the l'r11w1s1tv ol Illinois in l'1J't-ilictoiiic an instru-toi in lidui .1- tion His .itlxaritcil mlciglcts ol Master ol btien-c .incl Dovtoi ol l-'liilosophv utrt- ionlcrrc-I In this l'n11c1s1tv At tht time ol thc 111.111g111.1l1on ul l'n1xt1s1tv lxtcnsion hc was appointed its tirst ihretvoi H15 h.1s been 111 thaiuc ol the Division suite that time liL1N1 HA11. ' , ,L .s N in . -i-s - -s - 2 y as - ns- 5.41-L: Q5 RIIIIIIII DKNII-I, f,,.-XRMIQHNPL Dum Robert Danicl f.IImItlI,Icl, Dean of the Grade uatc Sthool, was born In Goodxxater, Alabama, March 1, 1H"P, He was awarded his B.Ithclor's dcgiee .It l.IncxIlle College In IRUH, and his Dottnf or Plnloso hy degree at Princeton L'nI- P . xerxitv In I'PIl. Alter turning to the University or Illinois In l-'Ii as Assistant Professor ol M.Itl1en1.ItIts, he bcearne Associate Professor In 1-mjo. From Ivlv to 1034 he was head -it the Deputnicnt ol lllatlicniatics. ln 1055 he was appointed .Ittmg Dean or the Graduate School. and .I year later he became Dean. He has pub- lished many .imtles on mathematical, philosor phical, and sticntmc subjects, and Is the author or scxcral volumes on these suhlccts. Some of his works have been re-published In French tr.Insl.IIIons THE GRADUATE SCHOCL The principal aim of graduate study is the de- velopment of the power and the promotion of the spirit of scientific and scholarly investigation. Through the attaimnent of this and other related aims, it yields its greatest service to the social process. XVar conditions and the achievement of victory require changes in emphasis but involve no major modiiications of the primary aim of the Graduate School. Scholarships and fellowships, established by the University Board of Trustees, are open to grad- uate students of exceptional ability and promise. Funds are available from several special sources for the support of additional fellowships, the pur- pose of which is to promote higher education and contribute to the extension and diffusion of knowl- edge. Several important individual research pro- grams are encouraged and helped forward by the aid of resources which have been made available through the Graduate School and the Research Board. Some of these arc of very great value in the social process. CGECM 96 Horace M. GRM' ,Ala 111111111 Dam AULIINISTRATION BUILDING Earl Lixx is Fit isris Sin. THE LIBRARY AND LIBRARY SCHOCL Ifflimilf :ff flu' IT'fi'i,'f1r Dsivinsiix' I.Ii+iz.im' The L'nix'ersity' of Illinois I.ihrnry ranks first in size nniong Ainerienn state universities. and near the top :inicmg i1II universities. Avtiiliilile here for students. faculty nienihers. and reseaireh xiurlters tire I,T59,IlIllI hrmks. pninplilets, maps :ind uther printcd xyurlqs, Sonic SILIIIIII x'r1IlllllC5 alll' :1tIxICtI :Ili- nuiilly. filling tippmxiiiintely one mile of shelving, 'I'Iie fiieilities uf the I.iIn'nry' :ire dist1'ihiitetI :inning ii t'entr:iI hiiilding and ai series nf tIepiirtnient1iI Iif hiuiries elsexi here on the txiinpiis, serving' engi- neering, Iziii, agriculture, nrt'Iiitet'rure, elieniistry. niitiirnl Iiistnry. Lind other speeiiil fields. gX full- time stziii of I-III orgtinive and administer the gen- ei2iI Iiliriiry :ind its hrnnelies. Ifxtensive use uf the resuiirees of the I.iIvi'nry is heing nmde hy' the niilitairy and iiiivail grniips ns- signed to this Liniversity' fin' speei11Ii7.etI training. In 14243 the Liniversity tif IIIinivis I.iIiriiry Selitml t'eIehr1ited its fiftieth nnnii'ersiiry, the set-und nldest pmfessiniigil selifml in the Liniversity. Aiiioiig' the st'Ii1mI's 1501! RIIIIIIIIII tire INLIHY disting'iiisIied twil- Iege, university, rind puhhe Iilirnrinns sezittered tIii'uilgIwiit the United States :ind in niiiny ftweigii qiiintries. .X ImeIieIm"s degree is required fur entrnnee to the selimil. One yenr's study lends tn the degree of I3nt'IieItir of Science in I,iIvmry' Science, :ind ll second year In the degree of Xhister uf Seienee. .pr-N ,.,.. m '-""' ff? 2 . .32 s 4 If -. N-.f , F 1.3 ,FQ 125. f 35:3 x t x 4 . - I V-It 1 H ' 1 if ' V 5 is I "WV, I ' x, f PF - xg-'ffgvf Imiiiizi IIi,t,Hxx1 lnnx- s li-,ft ,. Ihilitiv Ik liiiiiiis i.in.t in tht Ihiitesiti, .ir IIIi I,iIii.iix nnis .is II Sili-,nl in Iit hid Iutii IiIii.i iitil-ii -II lht IiIii.ii .arid Xiiuiisl. IWIH I'itx:tiiisIV ,im 4.5 f..IIit ztilhtt riiim lirw ni l'f1I IiIii,iii.xii -ir lhe Inuit-isirx -if 1-,tl INN, .ind iInt.v.ii nr Yiiik Iiniitrsili. 1iiss1"lw .i :iitnihti til tht Nt-is Ytiik .iii-I I:iIiinihi.i I'iiixtisit5 ID-inns is .I-tixe In x iii-wus pit-Ii,ssiivii.iI Nath I,iinIin.i. IiIWi.iiits nl New Ht h.is ,IIs-I Ivteii Puhlit I,rIil,iii I.ihi.iix 5t.iIIs Mi. iitg.iiiil.ititiiis, Ht- I.ihi.iix' Institute I.iht.ir3 :Liphit Asstii i.iti ,il 5-nit-ty xi .is piesidtnt td .ind Rt'It-ierii e IiI1i.iix I I I,iI I1eI.I iii. Iii wus ptiititIit.iI .nit iduini t stiidi .i nt ii.iiits is .I It-Ihm in tht fXHiei1iiii .i nitnilyi nl tht .-Xnitiiidii ii It-iiiiiiI. .ind tht lhhliivr ii! .-Xintiiia In I-140-II he the Assini.itiiiii ii! I-illtue His xxiitings in tht It stiti.iI Ii.,,.Its .ind iiiinitr' tlts .in Iihi.iii itsiiiitts hir I itst.iriIi f it " " ' - , .tw -sr g. if -4i- , . Q - U -A 21" QW . .Q Khin., I DI xx I' R, QIHIXN D11-xx R. B. ALLIN DNN H. IXI, Ixi.xn-yfnlsox l".f v1.1.2 Mujlrlm' IfxHu.'.Vn 171.111, Cluuuuw call,-yn Darzmlq ' 98 I X CCDLLEGES AT CHICAGO .,,.g51:13: - w':"4glg-,pii :""fP-'T-.I w jf-'xgbiou-' . " ig., 1 . .1-51' ' X ' , 79' ' 1 21- f??:'f1' Yr f sri 67,7 5 .a .3 5' Z k ' g'T"'S Q T f Q- - HJ f X K X - 1 + .. ,IH Z , 'xx X.- X ll 'Hy lu , X ,111-','f,'!' f. -,, L, A lf' r 1 M r 9.3 X X x ... x Drxru bl RCI ru COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY -v-' . ggi, I 1 W 1 1 I I 4 I . I X W E lim 1 . Q' I E, ,H A , A f 5 EE :fi W 1 , -T. , +5 'V i ' x J J gg, .way -.4 Q . ' -'-A' ' Aw 1, wi' ' E" ' R f gg. 4.4 m,gfg,,..-1 5 D1 NI Xl I.x1mRx1 RX N. . YQ-N SIS' W" -fu 4.49 - 1-loxvaim Mm H1 ri, lWl.-XFVIIRINON Dciul Dean Howard Mitchell Marierison was born in Lawrence, Massaeliusetts, on Novem- ber 10, 1305. l-le received the degree ot Doctor 01 Dental Medicine from Tufts Col- lege in 1'J1o, and the degree of Doctor ol Science thonoraryb in 1042. Dean Marieri- son interned .xt The Forsyth Dental lnrirmary for fhildren during 1014-'17, and mined the stall of Tufts College Dental School in 101' as Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry. holding various ranks up to Associate Professor and Head or the Department ot Crown and Bridge and Partial Denture Prosthesis. He became Acting Dean of the Dental School at Tufts tollege in 1053 and Dean in 1954, and was appointed Dean ot the University of Illinois College nl Dentistry on September 1, 10-10. Dean Marierison is a Trustee of The For' syth Dental Innrmary for Children, and a member of the National Board of Dental Examiners, the American Academy ot Dental Science, the Robert R, Andrews Honorary Societv, Siuma Xi, and the lnternational Asso- tiation for Dental Research, CGLLEGE OF DENTISTRY lhe College of Dentistry has been operating' on a war basis during the past year. In order to increase the supply of trained dental personnel for the fXrmy, Navy and civilian population, the curriculum has been accel- erated. and courses are given on a year-round basis, thus enabling a student to coiuplete the required subjects leading' to the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery in three years rather than thc normal period of four. Of the present total enrollment of 233 students, 200 are enlisted in the Army Student Training' Program or the Navy V-12 Program. The ma- jority of the class graduating in june, 1943, immediately entered active military service as orlicers in the dental corps. Over thirty members of thc faculty have entered service and are serving in many of the combat theaters. lt is the aim of the College of Dentistry not only to train competent practitioners for the Army. Navy and civilian population, but to promote scholarly investigation and research xvith a vicyv toyvard refining and im- proving methods of treatment and control. Since its inception the College of Dentistry has been in the vanguard of those colleges which have main- tained the highest educational standards. Admission requirements consist of sixty semester hours of prescribed credits from a college of liberal arts .7fwf-vwflff and sciences. Crrlcaoo fDXMl'l'x 101 DrRrv1x:,n-x, 'I'Hvmr1.N JKRTF Mmliuv CQ.-XSPARF BII4 1-um. BS Bfaxnl lx, P1.l'l, B S. .my HAR-n.n XY1l,1.aRn rwmx, jmlvu Lrox, BS, DIIMRX, YIXCIXT A. lDpN::lxxf..X'1x:1x1' lm-m.l, H Q. V'rXII4II,YI1II,R H32 iLR ggi. ' -isis: LSB 'V N F K Q I x Q 1 ls X .N l n r N 0 Q . ' 3 X53 X Air s? ffm " "Z " Q ' ik N9 -. . ' . f M' w . .W P... 1- Q- X we - . xi ii., 'S n S' .f 5- sg 4 ' - . 'QS . 5 x 5 :Xb 1 N .. ix V :Rx 4'YW'v f 549- 'QQ ' -23 5 5 51" X -:iw Q. tx Q Agn- 1 x I p , 95? X ' Q 'Ci' . ... .L Q r. X Nr ' - VM',. M gk Qx X A xx . ,Q , . 'vu f E. . -f-2: N fa M ff I . i 13,3 :.,. mmm.. 'Q ., REQ, . fx - Q . ' 5 Ffh 5: .P rg .:ffF:, .. .7 'fi ,lf N A ' " 'fw,v:::1 x 5 G' -,X W . ' Q A K' i. r ,-5135? .' , ENTISTRY Dusxx, THADIDI LW Fu xxx, BS., A,B. Emxmnu, Rumkr Suxuv, B S., A.B. FVLDMAN, PHIL: IP ,ll ,Nr B.S,. Ph,G. ' FRANKV1, ,lmznx Mamxx FRANKLIN, l.rc-xum FRFINIHRLV, Norma, BS, C1.xLH::L's1', Bmullx I.1'rvxArm, BS. G.xLLoxx my ful m Emwx, BS. Goomfnmwo, JULIAN Gromv xx, EVIRI1 r, jk., B 5 H1l.l.11in, lH,uu.1s W11.1.1AM B.S. J.-xcossox, AIILTON, B.S. KAMARIT, Emv Ann VIOHN, B.S. lioxwu., firm 'lkfcxms LAPKA, XVILLIAM FRANK, B.S, LURM-K, HARCLD .I.u'x4, B,5. DENTISTRY 1944 UXTERMAN, MARTIN DONALD, B.S. xY'ALL, BIAURICF HAROLD, B.S. XXVATSON, RICHARD HALE, AB., BS, XVIKISSIR, NATHAN, B.S. Sugmul .Il ,-IIl11,r XYTITZ, NAT, B.S. XX'rsaI'I.IuQ, RICI-IARD EARLT XVIPIY, BIRYARD ARNCLD Zxx TIG, jcfsrr-H LLRRTIN, A.B. PI YI nwx, Kun Nl CJCITII AIARAN5. GORDON J., B.S, MIfLIf'HAR, XVll.l.I.-XM 1051 PII, BR 1'I,wrfII1.m BIORRCN. .1051-PH LI-DNARII, BS. NIAL, XX'Ax'xI' THIIMAQ, B S PIII,f.1'af1l WFLIXI, LAIII JIIHA, B S, H5 TII.1I,I I PIQIRRIX, HKRNIY ARONOII, H 5 Plxxx TR, DIIRIS hi.-KRGARIT, SLI TILIIII IIII, ,3FE-YRTQ ' 5 T A irhkx w . QW , '-' I, ' 5 ' A f L-lf TTT' 0 62 f -.S-' xv f ak A ' - x Rest- T.I N" 5 13 . I. 'Qs I- .. - J 4 D ' f'r, I 9 ' 0' . I . ' 'fl I S eg , ' ' N ,L ' w Av I .1 1 R m 'EF u H ...I ,ax I - Y:-R' g,:'im,., -.::,.,, ' . , .R ' . f " " I A...,, .QS 'gb 4 QE . wh.. PRICI, N.-XTH-XNIFL. A B. Se,IsLm,Ixx ILZ, TH:XlWI7I'L'N AxTHf,Ixx', B.S. SHALIR, RORIRI' Guxx, HS. VIII'-PI1'IlJNI11 lflw R.pIIII'w1I1II1I SAIIIHxxIIiIQ, RUB!-Rl' fVI.AIR Illfyf l?I'fm-Iwz.I,'.'z.- STARII4, XY'III,IAxI. B S. TAIII, HINRY, A B. T0I+AI5I4, BIARTIN JAFIQ L'xIwI Rxx oorw, Rom RT BERXS 1 1 OJ 'X . Ln: TL'RE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ,Elf W1 : x 'Will' ffl - i V in X ,. -sqm xxQg3aupg1.f4 S' ' R-xvstosn Brrmanu A1115 171,111 Raymond Bernard Allen, Exctutivc Dean of the Chicago Colleges and Dean of the College of Medicine, was born in Cathay, North Dakota, on August ', 1002, He .it- tcnded the University of Minnesota where hc received the degrees of Bachelor of Science in 11224, Master of Arts in 11139, and Doctor ol Medicine in 11118. He was an assistant in An' .itomy at the University of Minnesota from 102-1 to 1027 and .1 fellovv on the Nav-o Foundation from 1030 to 1053. On the basis of his work in the graduate Fatulties of the University' uf Minnesota and the Mayo Foun- dation the degree of Doctor of Philosophx was granted in 1954. From was to 1Q5o ht nas Assnciate Dean in charge ol graduate studies at the College of Physicians and Sui- gcons, Columbia University, and Assotiatc Director of the New York Postgr.idu.ite Med- ical Sthool and Hospital. Columbia Univer- sity. He served .is Dean of XY'.iync Univercitv College of Medicine from Nav, Irwin, lo Sep- tember, 1050, vvhen he took up his duties ,rs Executive Dean of the Chicago Colleges. Simt- Septembcr, 117-13, he has been Dean of the college of lXIedlt1ne. CGLLEGE OF MEDICINE This year, 19-H, is one of the great decisive vears in history, a date to he forever remembered commemorating the "Victory of our Allied Na- tions" which the lllio is celebrating. No military victory in historv perhaps symbolizes so clearlv the interrelatiirnships and interdependence of all phases and activities of modern life. Medicine is playing its part luv con- serving man povver vvith ever-increasing efficiency. Nevver methods of treatment of battle and industrial casualties have heen significant contribu- tions. Neuter developments in the fields of preventive medicine, nutrition, and tropical medicine make possible nevv opportunities for healthful, happy living for all mankind. .lust as in other fields, medical men vvill he called upon to help in the reconstruction of the devastated nations ofthe uorld. The :Xmerican people vxill rise to these larger international responsibilities as they have met the great challenge of the vvar. 5366256 Ci-xicaco Campus 105 19114 MEDIC W AFB.-XTE, JOSEPH SARIUEL, B.S. 'KQRVX ' BVRNRRDL, HEGH, B.S. W 1 -:Q L s G L qs Q -R x sf X ARRARLQ, XVALTTR. B,S. ARMSTRONG, BLRTHE ELIZABETH, AB, BARR, bimrnul f.aR'.Y1.r AB., B S. Illiw Rsprs,m1.'f::ize BALDRIDGF, IXIARY RACHEL, B.S. BARRON, THOMAb SHIRR oon, B.Ed, Tv-l.1Lmn B anfrcv, Sxnxmg B.S. Brnmmxx, HARRY XYLLI Ann. B.S. 106 BIYRNSTIEIN, H.-KSKl'I.l. EUGENE, A.B., B.S. BLIX, Fam 1NIAYOR,JR,, A.B. Boxxlins, LVROY -IOHY, Ph.C., B.S. BRANDT, RAYMOND ARTHUR, B.S, BRowxlxG, CARROLL XYTLLIQ, B,S, BURDON, STEPHFN BANTA CRLLOWAY, NATH.ANIEL OGLESBY, B.S., Ph,D. IINIE CARROLL, THOMAS THURLOW B.S. f'IRZAN, JOHN LAWRENCE, B.S. DAVIS, BERNELL VERNON, B.S. DOERSCHFLN, XVILBUR JOHN, B.S. Prefidf-nl DRELL, HYMRN JOSEPH, B.S. Dmrz, IRWIN, B.S. DRUCRER, EDGAR FRANCIS, A.B., B.S. I 'ire'P1rJiJer1! DUNLIEVY. ROBERT Euwm, A.B. MEDICINE 19114 Hooxrn, JAMES XV'lLLIAM, B.S. Hmzxurz, Inxvlx DANIFL, BS, HYMAN, Mfxrnrcr BIFLVIN. B.S, JUHVLT, HIl.BIRT PAUL, B,S. KMMFRLINQ, ERWIN, B.S. KFRX1-, LFON.-XRD, B.S. KLL'c114ows141, No1'11+mz'1' ANDRFNY, B.S. K1JP1x1v.x, jfxmrs XXI.-XRREN A.B, Fc x, Bzxrv XX'1'.1 3 H B N . V F 44 .. ,1. .- ,K - gs' ' P,- . las lf 1 I N 12.1.1 E. - I Y U H.: . ,x 1, .-- fy, . - gg- . - 7 :" J- ,- 55. -P : ' ' 1 .Y-f' . ' 'A 'wh S541 L . Q FRAx1.11x111,1A, N11 HK LM R11 11 11111 H 4 C11-NRRIT 1. XX 111 un .-Xxnn1xx, B S. L111z111R. Auwx B1nw.an1s, AB., R S. Crll 111 1 H Xl 1.1 x, C1l'NI .xv XX1111u1, F1 5. mfrznn. H1111 I.1111xN, P11 1' . P- i. C11'111-111111. R1,1111'm H1111.1n1, A B. L.111m11x, M11 Ha1L Conn, BS . - ,.,i:-,gg Q . 1 45 . X- -:-45-1 N .1 X-S ' .. Q as X X ' ' 'Q if 4 uA' 5 .Q X ,611 ,zg xx 2 P KX X XX N. N N xx xx :X 9 X X: X X x r v. 1 .mx . mx X A X ,gb- K WRX Q X xx .1 3 -A, sv! x .. N12-is S 11 .. .. 11,-f . . -g at... 9 ' Q' x 1 M. Q 1 -vf-MK . X. X ' 555' -., Q ' X wi .1 -' i f wif mu' - :1-.- lx K 'ff 1 .. Q ' H: gi 1 A' 1 1 bk . sg. 1 -w ,xi W,-1 N -rw . XS ,gr N r . 1 . . 1 .' ' N53 6 1 - - gg. 1: ,, .. YS'N:Y:"2C ' xg. -rr, r. X 1.1 . .-M .-Frs. . - - -- 1- -gf::: .+. - ' , . 1 1 ... U 1 K . x X 1 X .x ,gee . Q 1 . , . X X A . xxxx , X xx x N E x 1 xx x E -: x'- I .,: X xwkx T x N xfixsf ' N-Q1 K .1 i 1 XXX 5 Q XX X R X 1,1 -N X, .3-,RN X wi ix A 5 .. 1 yn, xx ' S .1 Y 1 3,1 5 .X X K x X 5 5"Q5:jg xv H XX Q - ' 161:33 ' 1 213. L N- 1 N 1 . xx 1- . . 1 'B X -1 .xv 5 Q-kx L91u'11Q1x1. I.1a1x.um X'1xr1x1, Bb. C11111x1x11, L1111s1411M KYYQ, H S. C.1z1x1, XX1111u1 Vlcllxsfax, H 4. Hu111111x, .IAMIN XYA1 HR, H 5 H.u1y If1wxxARlw 1,011 1-11, B Ed, H11 1, KHXRII5 Vumx, .-X H, H x H.11111x1111,M.x114 XYVIILI.-KM B S, H111x111z. 1.1111 THURF R11.Y1rc, 1-LH. 107 1944 M KRATZ, STIEPH rx CHITTINDEN, B,S. IQLVDZM.-K, .-XxTHuxx' JOHN. B.S, I.AxIR, In xanr-, I-LH. LEIGH, PRFD DLNQHFF, B.S. LFORARD. MIIRTQR HARRY, B.S. LIPTLIX, BARRARA SII IYIR, BS, MARIvI, -IUHY VIIAIFHQ P. 5- Musc,RAx'r, IDUYALD PAL'L, B.S, 108 , 'Amr 'ZF NELSON, HAROLD HFDLI-Y, B.S. NUIECFIQ, j0sIiPH GEORGE, B.S. NRUMANN, jonx Emx ARD, B.S. NOBLE, GFNF AIFRTOX OVBERTO, ALBERT Louls, B PERRY, EDMOND ,loeI'I1H, B PICKLN. EDGAR RAYMOND PRFZFPIORSKI, JOHN BRL'x B.S. .b. .5. 0. C mi E1-. Q I X X L :R W KE: T-.1 xx ii x A X B A A L I 5 I L L S, ' .J W5-Xix ,. ' - ,., . Y,-1 If ,LQ . - gy.. .as 1- X x , V , . I I I QUALMAN, LALIRENCE ' RICHARD, B.S. , I l . ! ROBIN, 5IDNm' XNVOODROXV, I B.S. , I ROSNER, DAVID CHARLES, BS. RUNDLFS. CHARLES HENRY, A.B. SAMIQLSON. CHARLFS FREDERICK SCANLQX, THOMAQ BYRON, AB., B.S. SCI-Ixx FITZIVR, ALHFRT XVILLIAM, B.S. SELLETT, THOMAS, B.S. s MEDICINE 1 YOUNG, ROBERT Lfxwnrxcrz, Q "T SHAPIRU- VyQ,,1pH' BVS' B.s. 5' f' Qkmg A W 1 ' '25 . NN"Q:' , Q Ns:-: N 5 : K ' w .,..,-wiv-:Q , N ZITEK, RUNYU- XVII-U-NN, EF9 ' SHrjrlDrR, Sl YMQVR, B.S. B.S. Q-. x-O, X1 I . N K 1 SILIN, ROHLRT All,-KN, A B., BS. mmm jamie KH,-XRIIN, ,lu SMITH, Mmm AAAI, BS. Sm mmf? SRORA, Alrimxnln Gromvrf, HS. Srrnxm ru., Mumx, BS. STRFICHFR, D.4Nll'1, LFG, BS. 944 Snwvre, LLOYD RAY, BS, 'I'nmr.m, GLRM rw rl-W, BS. 'I'Hm1vmrc, Rnmar GLURLQE B 5, THsm1Pwx, XX'Il!I.-KH SYDN 'l mx: R, Lux IN XYII 1 IAM, BS. Tuma, BIPGAN janv, BS X'u1wlxu1m., Rox' EMI Rsox B 5, Y11,C Hxllux S'rl'Pu.xx, BS. 109 LS. W 'Wh L COLLEGE c5 i5 H PHARMAcY 1 110 I..-x11oRAToRs' 1Q,x1u lim si in I s 111.111 EM1 R-it Miles nas lwiu mai ialum, Stiutli D.iknt.i, Nmuiiilwi IH, 114011, l-lx 11111 lu 11.111 rctcncd Ins Phil, HN. in Pliarinaty. .intl MS. in fliumistix .tml Pliarinatx liurn Smith Dak-ita Statv. tullcgu Ht- iutuiwd his Ph D. in Pliaiiiru-alum In-in thu fnixcrsgty nl 1Xlirinesnt.1 in 11131 Fwin 1015-10-111 lit' sqrxrd on thc latultt ul 5-ruth Dalt-ita Start- lnllugu ur Pliaiinatt .tml nas tluan tmni IUIR-111111 In Iillu lit' taint rt. mf Clutagu tanipus -11 tht- l'iuxt-:sitx 1.1 llhntus, .it Uuan -il thc C+-11c,c ul Pliarniatx H: is .1 nicnilwr ul tlu' .-Xintritan 1-'lmimaf trutital Aswtl.itin:1 .intl tht l'nitL-1 Stairs P1i,i1m.u-ip-ua Ruxiszun Innunitttr Hu nas 1-irincrlx .i inumlici --I thc Atlxit-tix I-tuntil til tht Smith Dakuta Puhlit Hcallh .-KWiti.it:-in. and Picsitlvsnt ul thc Aimiltaii .-Xswti.itinn --1 lcrtitiul P1i.n1n.itist-.l 1'iSNf1'IW. .intl is .1 mcinhcr ul kfainnia Alpha .intl Rh.. tln Ira- tcrnninw, and Blur lint Hu sunt-tl in thc Mttlital Kurtis tluimg XY4ultl NYM 1, Dean Srrlcs has tnntrlhutctl inarn' .irtltlt-s -fn phat niaty t-1 stiuntirit inurnals ,intl utlwi puhlua- turns ,intl is null kntmn hu his tlistmt-rits .mtl cxpc-rlincntatiun, CCDLLEGE GF 'lihc Cfollcgc ul' Pharniacy ut' thc L'nix'crsiry of lllinnis. likc sn many ntliu' institutions of similar t'lmi'q1ctci', has ctpcriciicctl certain changcs in thc time sclictlulc ul' uiurscs ullcrctl. lt has, lunxcx'cr, inaintainctl a full teaching prugrani ul thc curricula normally rcqliirctl lor thc liacliclofs tlcgrcc. Nlany nf our stutlcnts antl linriiicl' gratluatcs arc nun scrving in thc armctl fui'cL's ul' nearly' all liranchcs of thc .Xrnn antl Navy, antl thc rcpurts crun- ing lrtun them and thcu' uuninantling nthucrs intlicatc that tlicy' arc run- tlcring ycmnan svrvicu tu thuir uiuntry. 1.atc in 1942 an lznlistctl 1lL'5L'l'XL' fjurps for Pharniacy stutlcnts xx as cs- talilishctl un thc Campus, u ith appruxunatcly' 125 ul' the stutlcnts volun- tarily iuining this liranch uf thc surxicc. Sonic 25 ur 311 cnhstctl in thc Naval Rcscrvc prnx'itlctl for stutlcnts in pimll-ssitiiixil sclumls. 'lilicsc units rcmainctl at their rcgular stutlics until callctl tu actirc duty in fXpril, IW44. L'pun cniiiplctiun nf their hasic trainng' snmc of them haw liccn assignctl to various units in thc Xlcdical .-Xtlministratirc Corps, nhilu uthcrs haw liccn acccptctl untlcr thc Ariin' Stutlcnt 'liraining Prugraiu fur futlicr training. ilihc cstahlishmcnt nf thc Pharniacy' Corps in thc L'nitctl Statcs ,Nrun will atlnrtl cuiiiiiiissituictl rating tu gratluatcs uf rccugniyctl cnllcgcs of phar- iuacy, as sawn as thc military tu'g.iiii7atimi uf thc Cltwps has liccn atlcctctl. Xlany of thc stall have Iiltcuiss ciigagctl in cithcr military scrrirc nr cs- scntal nar activities. 'lihnsc rcmaining haw carrictl atltlitinnal trashing luatls, arc nun actively cngagctl in planning for thc post-xx ar tlcrclnpiiiciits nlucli must lic luawitlctl fur thc rcliahilitatinn tif thc pharniacist n hnsc rug' ular pmfcssimizil prugraiu has hum su sr.-1'iuus1y intcrruptctl, W ff 111 1944 PHARMAC BRADY, CHRIS ROBERT Ulm RsjmI.fIt.I,'iII' COIIRIAN, RICHARD DAVID CUT.-kRIL', PHILIP GABRIFL DIILA, AIARI.-KN GLADYS SIIIHLIIJ Gumxx I LLI XXV.-XRRIX AI.I'RIIw KRISHTN, Gmnrzr IXIILIYP. jfrnw KIIIII Iwinorng, QR, NIARY DULCIANA 112 -F- 5, NFMTZOXV, S.-KMUI-L PANIQALI, XV,-XRREN RICHARD RIRNICK, MI-I.vIx HARRY ROSES, IYIILTOX XVILLIAM P1 efidevz SHIIKAS, TIIM HARRY TI :II Inf al SINTOV, M015 JOSSIF SuI,oMos:, BIARVIN JFROIIIIP S'I'AUI.z, STANLEY ALEXANDER L TALMAN, IRVING Vire-Prexidezlt XVEINER, JACK XY7EISS, bf.-'KRION CHICAGO ILLINI UNION . YI I .-. 'Q AEI ' RFCEPTION LINF FOR GRALWATINC, Simons S'Il'I3IAT Noux MI,w1I'.-I1 LT. E. SINGH: LT. E, J. YEDLICK CAPT. FRANK M. Bmzm Mn. H, E. CuxxIxI:,H.m CAPT. B. B. Wx'c.ANT DR. DONALD C.. BALIOLIR DFAN R, B, ALLIN MR. G. R. Norm CHICAGO ILLINI UNION ADVISORY BOARD Miss EIIZAIIITH BULLXXINKFI, DR M. K. I'IINIf IDI MR. Dum I.I1rI,rux IPI Mn, H. XY P1 .IRII Mn. ROMRT DUNLFVY IBII Mus MARLQARIT ,IOHMI x MR. -Im-rx Munn IPI DR, Ginn.-xnnr um Boxxx IAII PROP. H. M. Emo IPI. ClI.uIm.m Mn Fam W. Ii,-VIH Mn -I M. IXIIIIIIIA MR. Mu mx ZXNIIIMRCH IDI STUD ICNT CONlNIITTI2I1S .Ilfmf SIILJJI SHIIII. BINNING XYIIII,-XM BIII H1 RHIRT HERZCIN, I7wrv1.1I1 Rwiwmxn Kmx al ml Rfzmm K.-RRR.-KKIR Gronur VIN Srl I Mun-1, I'l,I.wn :I IRXINLI LMA RI-mm XYVHIII RlI'H.m1w S1'1fP1-rrxxc-x THmmN Wm AXIWRFAS IVTFRHARI Gugp Cum PROGRAM THURSDAY AFTFRNOON COHTE HOUR 113 ,xi .1 , III I I1 If If .V -I .fi x ' A ' fx. 1 L -wshf' I A J A ...V -.QU gr- A, 23 W" A -Q5-I . MEDICAL AND DENTAL NAVY V-I2 UNIT LT. 1YIlI.I CHARLES XY. LOOMIR HARRx'AXX'. BIRDMANN I,fmn:.1'1.J'1r1g Ofmpv' Bnrmllnrl Cffmm.u1IlI'r JI-HN M. .-XIIIII XX'ALTIR ARRAMS ISIDORI' M. AORON JOHN A. AIMONE RAVMOND A. AIIXANDIR FRID XX'. ALIEN. JR. JAMIS B. AEIINOION II-IRTLIX' H. ARAM GTOROI XXI B.-XIR RICYH.-XRD O. BARNES ELLENI H. HASTIIN ERNNT C. BONI ALDIN K. BOOR, JR. XX'AI.TIR J. BORAR FORRINI I.. HOW TOS RAYMOND A. BRANDT QJIIYIR H BRIIRIR RI: IIARIY A. HIUQINOHAM PI.-XRXIY KR XXII! :XII-IIRT J. KLRRAL IRXINLV M. LAVA XVAI I'I R XX' I.IlWX'.-XRD FRID D. I.II4-H DIURTUN H. I.Iv NARD GIOROI LIIV ASIT K. LIXXIN GIRAID S. I.IIkJ7 X'Ir'TOR Y. I.INDIII.ADE XX'II.IIAM I . LITHIIOW ARM.-XXI! LITTMAN JI'1.I.-IN S IAIRIXY JOHN R I.I'R.'XIN Hl'I4IR'I' I MAL-IIL -JHIIY J. MARINO .-XIIIIRI C. MARTIN JXXIIN K MARIINS CASE.-IRI M AI'I,I'II.O PAL'L S. BART IAV HARRIN H. BIRD HARIIID XX'. ROR: .-XIHOII BRI-WN DIAIITIR LHRIKTUII X'IN1.rN'I G. DISTEIANO THADDIIN F. DLNIK XYAIIIARD FISHI-R LEONARD FRANRIIN BRADIEV L. GAI.HOL'5If CIALTX E. GAILOW AY VICTOR CIANY II-I FIRST COX IP.-XNY I MEDICAL J EIXIJHIR D. GRADY, Cffmjnlllj IRA A. BL'DXX IO, JR. JOSEPH P. CANNON NATE CHALMERS ASA Z. KVI-IAPMAN ROBERT A. CHAPMAN THOMAS R. IKLFMONS LESLIE S. CIORNFIFLD JOSEPH L. CRLIMRINE DI.-XJOR DARNT'. JR. ADRIAN XV. DAVIS HARVEV F. DRITZ IRWIN DRI'I'Z EDXY ARD I. ELISFERG EDSON B. ETHERTON JOHN D. FERRY KENNETH J. P. FIVIAN LEONARD FLAHERTY FR.-XNLIS E. FLANNFRY SECOND COXIP.-XNY YERNOV A, RTIHMIR. Cfnrnpu ALFRED B. INIASON RAYMOND G. IVIATHFXX SON GORDON II. IXIIINFILLX' XYILLIAM E. MEISENHEIMER ALVIN S. IXIVRUXYITZ LTROV J. MII.I.IfR IXIATHIAN G. INIOLYNFAUX HAROI.D H. NI'LSON JOHN E. DJFUM,-XNN IRA G. NICHOLS, JR. MARVIN NIT-RENIAERG CARL E. CRLSON XK'II.I.IAM H. PLFQSCHYR DON XV, FRANK!-' ROLE H. PRATLIM LYLI? H. PRENzI.TR HERRIRT RITRIN GIOROE A RfIlll'R'I'S THIRD COXIP.-XNY RILH.-XRD E. XVESSELIVS, Comp. JUN!-PH I.. GOLDIIIRO RORIRT A. CQOSHG.-IRI.-XN LI-NTIR E. GRII'NXYAI.D CHARLES XX'. HlI.I.IYR, JR. IRVINO A. HORIN EDXVARD J. KAN.-KRIT C3811-XR M. KAPLAN SI-YMOUR M, K,-XPL.-XR DIILTON M. KUDONH RICHARD H. LANDAL' SHIRMAN P. I.II'sCHL'Tz GORDON J. IVIARANR XVII I IAM J. MI I If HAR Cfmz nmfzder BENUM XV. Fox STANFORD R. GAMM LEROI' B. GARBE HAROLD XV. GARVIN ROBERT J. GASPICH ROBERT L. GILMORE JOSEPH D. GIOSH CLARENCE G. GLENN CHARLES GOLDENRERO JAMES E. GOODMAN PAUL J. GOODWIN JEROME G. GREEN ROBERT E. GREENFIELD, JR. BERNARD M. GREENW ALD JOE J. GRIFFIN CHARLES B. GROIENKF REED R. HAEGFR JAMES H. H.-XRRI IKIEDICALJ 7171 Cffn1f11.1mler' GLENN E. ROSS CHARLES E. ROSSELI. IXIFLVIN RLIRERSTEIN CLYDE A. RULISON CHARLES F. SAMIPLSON RALPH E. SAMLITLSON HAROLD H. SCHAFFNFR GORDON XV. SFARLE RORERT R. SI-xTON SEVMOLIR SHOLDER JACK XV. SINGLFTON GARLAND S. SINOXY' ERNEST J. SOTROP XVILERED M. SPAITS HAVDON J. SPIDFLI. WALTER P. STENRORG EDWIN XV. STEVENS HARRY XV. STIIFRMI-R I DENTALJ my Con1r11.n1Ilw- IRVIN C. IXIILLIR EMIL J. OI.IXf'l EI.TON J. PATCHFLI. GCDFRFY PERLOYI7 EUGENE G. PETIRSON BURTON B. REILNIER DL-XRCHALI. R. ROZYNKOXYICZ SAMUEL T. SANDERS ROBERT L. SATTENSTEIN MATT J. SCISLOXVICZ ABRAHAM J, SHAPIRO ROBERT C. SMITHXVICK XVILLIAM STARFK ALLAN R. HENDRICRS IXIARVIN D. HENRY SAMUEL B. HERSHENHOUSE ALIIERTLIS J. HOEES LAXYRENCE B. HOLDEN CARL T. R. HOLMER CQVRIL J. HONSIIQ FRANK J. HONSIIQ JAMES XV. HOOKFR RALPH H. HLIBRLE PALAL A. JARAND KENNETH V. JOHNSCN LEBARON P. JOHNSON GEORGE E. KACHELE ROBERT J. KAUFLIANN HOXVARD KINGSRERV XVALTER .KLOPSCH AIARTIN OECI: EDGAR B. SYLVESTIER EDXVARD S. TALAGA GERALD J. THOMAS XYILLIAM I-I, TODD ROBERT L. TOLIRNEV BASE T. TRAVIS JACK TRESLEY XVILLIAM D. TRL'MPr JOSEPH A. C. VANHAM DOUGLAS D. VOLLAN -JAMES XV. XYIAINRIGHT XY'II,I.IAM J. XVARMINGTON EIXXYIN C. NWFLSH ROIiI'RT B. XVHITIE FRI-IWFRICK L, XVI-IITLARK GI.EN H. XVICHTERMAN I HARLES A. XVUNSCH MILTON J. ZIREL RUSSELL XV. ZITER THOMAS A. STOTT RICHARD F. STREITZ I ARL H. SUDAKOFF INIILTON A. SZMYD RAYMOND C. THLIROWI DIARTIN J. TOBAEIQ DIARTIN D. UNTERMAN GEORGE C. VANSTEENEERG JR FRED XVEITZ JERRY S. XVILSON RORERT L. XVING HERBERT B. 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Hoxvn A1L1l1X 5 1.111121 '11111 A11'r.11,1x L111111111:1 XN11111 ' LL'RT15 E, H1'm111111 1111111111 A111111 11111 XX' Nl'51W1F1-1'-1' 111111, 1, 1111111111 ELB1-111 1.1x11,1111 1"I'L'.Yh71lC71 1 H.ARlJLD H. D1.-111111: P-1l'1. A, j.111,1x11 ,l11Hx R. M1iL11'11H11x 111111511 F 51111111 A11THL'1z R. 1215111111 1.11'1x.11111 14,1111 H1xR1' M11'11.11Ls 111x111 11, 51111111111 1 THc1M.15 R, G11r1,11111' 1i11111x G, K1 111111. 1.111111 XY. R.111,1x 111121111 S11 1114111 E 1 1 1 1 1 flcmuns XVr1g11t Lurcnz Mumnn XY--l1u .-111111-1 Qumlcrland F. Honsxk M11111 I.1r1d.1I1l N1I,.1ug11l1n XY11111' Slcnhorg Blmzck 'I'111Jrpe K,1111u11u v111nu Dmgn Kauhlc XY111 Li.11l.1nd C. H1'1ni1k Nelson Brandt S1hwcitZcr Pr11venz.m11 U 1311111 S11c11m.1l1c F1s111c1 H1'11'1ker Stmpus 51111111 T1111111p111n D11u151'11r.'111 13.11111 Forrut S11tr11p Ketring Du.1111u1 R.11l1n Swkluy 1'i.111l 1714111111 M11l1,1uls G1c:1'11y ,1.1r.1n11 l 123 IF11111. XY. 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KOEHLER ,.... ..... S ecrerary-Treu1sm'er O F F I C E R S , Second Sevzzestev' HUWARD R. NEVILLE ..,.. . , . .Presidelzr JEAN SPENCER . . . ..... Vice-Prexidenz ROBERT A. PURDY .... ..... S evremry-Trenszlrez SOPHOMORE COTILLION COMMITTEE ju .-Xxx Kr-tsl I R. . . . CbfliI'7llilll Xlmu' A. CUE RICHARD F. KOSOBUD AI.-XRGARET C. SHEKLETON KIARY A. Gunnnx XFIRGINIA R. NIAUNEY JEAN SPENCER .lux Ii, KIRBX' XYIRGXNIA IVIUSSELIXIAN DOROTHY J. STRONG 138 i' i W .. -5- 55. vo- Rx. THE CLASS OF 1947 3. X , A, 'A Qxb Ro BERT W, Bnmvx RIAHWU E 1 nun-x iff 1.11r' rr 141r1 . I: r1'X f 'rr1.If1 iff: 111L 'lf 15:11.11 Mwr.'.l Mm OFFICERS, Svfolm' Sulflcxfcf' Rn IIXRD If. CARLSUN .... Pn'.x'iJu1lI BXRIBXRX Y. G11.HkF.x1H ,.... MV! L'L'- Pre.via'u11f Fu' wma XI. Bowxux ..,.. . ..S'um'uf.1ry-Trmxllrur FRESHXIAN COUNCIL AND FRESHNIAN FROLIC CIOXINIIT'l'l7l' Rum lil YY. BRMWN .... Cf'.1lI'7ll1ll .Xl umw Bm 1 1x1.1-ma xYlI,I,l.XNI R. Klrflowxn I.I, llxmaxlu QI. Run: C. .I-NNE Cmrx Iimvxun R. Nl-lXll.I.I, R num x lJ.51nn JANIQE R. EHLLB Rusuum M. Pcgu: RL Ill lf, XXVI-QINARID 139 'X ,- N H X X,'. I K X X SCHCDLASTIC HCDNGRS - - T:,.x::iEEig3:!Z.-" " "-w4Nig3:f Qi ' 'rg :U fe - -Riff . 45 ' f fl" f , 'S 4 I ,N ':J:"1- 'X 0 f 'rig X X- '19-V 7 , ...jg 1, 6 x,rQ 4-:r-. ' 5 V -'.:2:,:g vi.: N f , x -14 . .L A N ' 1 61323 f-I ' 5 X ' - ,z '. 'X-. - v7'7 x t , .5 s '- X 5 K . 5 xx V ' NGN K . 1 l N f N X ' ' f Z z "if, I f ' X-K f'1 ,, -' .I n QQ?-,tl Q ' L '. l gi.. 'jul W X " ',gQ1fjfy2Lf29 n ' n . . , ,. in . 7 BRGNZE TABLET GIIIIIIII FIHXCI5 AwILIx RIHIIIND ALIIRFD BI'Iu.Iwx fII!IfIRD RICH.-KRDN Bm X H-xrmm KLINTIIA IXIIIRY JO CQUNSII XY'IwI,Ix' .IIIHN DAII Dwm FRANK EGQIRX. JR. Smxrfw' EPSTEIN JACK LYLI? EYERLY RIIIIIIIT Emi. FIQH NIAIIYIN XVILI Inf Fmwu Lmx I I I. CH.aIzI.Iis GIIN Ix Dux NLD I.Ixx IQ Hmm' M Im' BI-XRIEKRIT HI: NI Y IMI IIN Aux HORN rc IIIIII, MI RI IY HINTI I1 ill xx ,lv I wtf XVIII I-nr Euurxr YICHMIN RIIIIIIII -Imax K.-XLIAI XVII I IMI CIHRLIN I-i,IIzI I-II'I1 UIIIHN Dum KR.-KIHINIGIIIHL -IMKIFN C,AI1I'wN Known axX1lVI1 Efi I .J fsirsff -mia? fi' si-.I R SI-IILD ON JOSPPH I.rAvITT Coxmn Lrr IJINGMIRE XY'ILLI Dmv ,IM AI-mI,PII IXIAIUNFCIQ Emx IN MI I.fwc.HIIx Emx .IRD AIIYNVR RKIHI I1 I OI AI- NI NHFIM Af.-XRYIX PAVINIII I I: RALPH RUIIFRI' PIIXTON MARTIN PYPPI R QARA fgLAl'lHlNI' PI nm' CIRVIFHIN LINUIII PUORI2 ALICI GIICIRI jc-Hx Rl'TH GrR'I'RUIwIf Amrx Romxsm .r GRAxx'II ll RI'mI.1,I'n CI -win: SfHI'DI'n VIIu,IxI,-I SH,-xrr AIIITUN ITIIIIIIIIII SHIIxIw Pau, Al I'x,xYIwIII SIMM: NN, -IR. Aaxfm H,-wmv SIIIIIII SHIIzI.I'x' AxxI SMII H Enxrvr VAIL STI YI MUN Roms PHYLL T GI RRY -I'l'l'LI. IS MIII1IIfI WIIIII' PHI KAPPA PHI FLIIHIJEEI, 1897 University of Maine GAIL D. ADAMS, JR. ROGER ADAMS ALFRED C. AMES THOMAS XV. BALDWIN J. LITA BANF ERNEST BFRNBAUM JOSEPH C. BLAIR ORYILLE T. BONNETT BARN?-RD D. BURKS XYIILLIAM L. BURLISON LESLIE E. CARD ROBERT D. CARMICHAEI. XVILLIAM E. CARROLL HAROLD C. M. CASE INIILDRED R. CHAPIN HAROLD CLINTCN ARTHUR B. COBLE ARTHUR R. CRATHORNF LAM SON B. CKLVER GEORGE H. DELL FRANK G. DICKINSON GEORGE H. DUNOAN BETTY ,IANF EILERTSEN BIFLVIN L. ENGER FRED BASOLO STANIEY S. CARPENTER MAN E. CHIDDIX JAMIS H. B.-ILTZFLL RAYMOND A. BEROESON FRANCIS A. BOYLE CLIFFORD BUYS VIROINIA F. CLARK HAROLD CLINTON HORACE R. DAVIS XYIALTER J. GAILUS LOYYELL C. GIBSON BIARGLTRITI' GIEZENTANNER .-XLECK BORMAN ROBERT XV. EYLER IRYINC- R. HOOPER LAVERNI' E. ANDERSON RICHARD XV. BALL DAVID L. DEUTSCH BETTY J. EINEIECKER SIDNEY EPSTEIN LOUIS L. FERSTAXDIG YVALLACIE S. FRANK Illinois Chaptex' Fmljlmue AEIII E Clmpisr H0ll0l'IlIg the Highest Svholnrsbip OFFICERS 19-I3--I-I PIVHIEUIJURF C. PIASI . EI.MER ROIATRIS . ARTHUR L. YOUNE. . SYLXIA C. GILMORE ARIHIIR R. fR,-XIHURAI FIIEIIIEV .IIe111lreI's PI E I.'.lEf1.' I 'II OPI. nah III . SEIIEJIJIJ IIEIIIIIIEI H.IImIi.1rI RUTH M. ERLANDSON LIILTON D. FARRAR GILRERT H. FFTT CLEO FITEIMMONS HARRIS F. FLETCHER SYLVIA tj. GILMORF SIDNEY E. GLENN XYIILLIAM HABBERTON ALBERT J. HARNO INIILES C. HARTLEY GLENN P. HASKELL RALPH C. HAY XVILLIAM P. I-IAYES HAROLD N. HILLERRAND CHARLES E. HOLLEY, JR. CAROLYN XV. HOL'TCHFNS XYYHITNEY C. HUNTINGTON MELYIN W. JACKSON VALENTINE JORST XVALTFR G. JOHNSON HARVEY H. JORDAN VICTOR XV. KELLEY LUCY V. KEPLER DIARY I.. IJILXY ORTH XYVILLIAH J. HAINES DONALD L. HENRY HAROLD H. HENSOLD ROSEANNE HUDSON ROSALINE R. KANE HARRY KINO -IAMFS C. KRONER SHELDUN J. LFAYITT FRANCES P. LIYESAY CONRAD L. LONOMIRE EDNA E. MARR HERMAN XV. KOCH SIDNEY IXIFLAMFD XYKARRFN F. GOODFLI HARRIFTT E. HENDERSON HORACE E. HOOD FRED L. KAHL ROBERT E. KRAET XIIRGINIA A. LFE DONALD XV. KFRST PIERCE XV. KFTCHLIM EYERETT E. KING .IOHN O. KRAEHENBIQEHI. .IAKF L. KRIDFR P. GERALD KRUOER BORIS LEAE EE-IIL XV. LITHMANN DLARIA LEONARD SIMON LITMAX BFRNITA J. LONG CARL S. INIARVFL ELEANOR F. MATTHFXYS OIIX'FR I.. IVICCASKILL INIATTHFNX T. MCCLLIRE HAROLD H. IWITCHFLI. RORERT V. DIITCHFLL XV.-KITFR S. IXIONROE HERRERT F. INIOORF DIMITRY MORKOYIN INIARTIN L. MOSHER I FCIL A. INIOYFR LAM RIPNVF XV. MURPHY INITIATED I9-I3 FI1L'Il11'jf HARRIA F FLETCHER Grizdzmrc Stzldcvlts DAX'IS P. HARDING CIIIEORIS R. KLIZER UI1EIeI'grI1d11I1re STZILIUIITS DEAN E. Mc'LAL'C.HLIN ALBFRT.-I I . IYIENZFL OSCAR XV. NFIDITCH AI.-KRVIN PALILSHOCK Cl.,-IUDINI PFRRY CvRFTfHIfN L. POORT BURTEN XV RAY SHERMAN T RICE RALPH D RORTRTS INITIATED IO-H FI'lL'Il1fAV FRI DI RIVK T. XVALL Gmdzmfe Srzrdenrs GFORGI P. INIUELLER ROYSTON M. ROBERTS Ulzde-I'gI'I1d1II1te Srzzdevzts MORTON H. LEONARD HELEN S LFYYIS ELIZABETH A. LIYESAY CARL XV. LOESEKE GORDON XV. INICCLURII GRACE A. INICPHEETFRS WILLIAM B NEYENS REXEORD NIM COME LAURINCE J. NORTON ARTI-Il'R FRED B. FRED A. LV. SITORD SEELEY SHANNON XVILLI,-XM A. OLDEATHER C UI.I.FN W. PARAIELEE THOMAS G. PEARSE, JR. THEODORE I. PEASE LEON A. PENNINGTON STANLEY H. PIEREE C. LADD PROSSER LEROY I.. QLIALLS J. G. RANDALL HERRERT J. REICH FRANKLIN J. REISS FRANK E. RICHART PAUL G. ROACH ERNEST T ROBBINS ELMFR ROI-IERTS XYVILLIAM S. ROBERTSON XY'lLI.lAM C. ROSE ROBERT C ROSS HARRISON A. RLIEHE ENID SCHNAUBER SHERMAN SCHOONMAKFR LFNIIR T. KLTRTZ RALPH D Lmx ELL GIORIII G ROILER STUART ROSENCRANS GENE D. SIAHOTT RUTH L. SEHMEICKART ROY O. SLIAIPK RUTH V. SHAPE DIARY E. SMASHEY ALLEN G. SMITH ARXUIII H SMITH HELEN L. RFSSIIL QLINTIN F. SOEJER ANN? E. PARRY DIARGARFT L. PHILLIPS VERNL K. PIJRCELLE DIARILYN M. RANKIN JEANNETTE ROSS HAROLD I.. SCHICK GUY D. SMITH LLOYD SMITH RAYMOND S SMITH J. NELSON SPAITH SFNY.-'IRD C. STALEY ERNEST I.. STUIQFFFR XYPALTER L. SVMMERS CHARLES L. STEWART PAUL H. TRACY STEWART L. TUCKEY HARLFY J. VAN CLF.-XVI' ,IOHN VAN HORSE EDXA E. XYZKLLN OSC.4R F. XY'EBER HELEN M. XVELCH PHYLLIS M. XYIHITF ARTHUR C. XYIILLARD PHINFAS L. XVINDSOR CLYDE M. XYIOODXY ORTH ELMFR J. XVCYRKING ARTHUR I.. YOUNG CURTIS XV. SMITH BFRNILPF V XVISTERIUND SHIRLIY A SMITH DOROTHY STEPHENS HENRY H SM AIN EARL R. SM ANSON INIIRIAM R 'IVHRALL LEMIS E. XRIHISYAXT PHYLLIS M XYHITI' RICHARD C. WILSON HOMER S. XYYONG GM INITOYN YOIND FRIED XV. SEANOLER NORMAN IN. SUNDHOLM NATHAN S- HM ARTZ RUTH ANNE SUKGL PHYLLIS K. STOIQT ROBERT J. TURNER VEIKKO K YIITAXEN RUTH A. NVIRSIG ELIZABETH A. XVOLFE 143 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA I'1f,'m1l1.1', 1024 Llnivcrwlty of lll1nui5 I.111'1s1. B. DL'xr4AR, Ph. AlAl'lll' l., ETH1fR1nc1'. lX RUKA1 rr M. P.-ARR, Ph.D. MARY E. A'l'TFEFRY ,lrAx M. B.-XYSINGFR MAR111x BFRKOXXITZ l.AX'1RN1' BLOOMRTRLQ RmH11.1.F H. Boxm' Al.-XRY E. BROXYN B1 ANKLHI' CAM1xA CYAl'Hl.-X R. CAMP Rl.-KEY L. K ARPENTTR F1c1RA B. CASE BARBARA I.. CHASE YITRA R. DAYIs J11Ax M. DOYLT LYDA M. ELKF ,l1Ax D. F1NGER 1-Xxx A11111.F M. Foxc,1'R Allll E. FORD E1 17A111'rH J. Fc1s'11'R l?A111Y I.. FRANK To promote high svholrrrsbip BI-KRIA l.1'1sxARn ,.., lR1'xr D, P11'RsoN. . FR.-xxrrfs M. LNIOORF.. PHYLLIN A. C.-KRTI-R, . RQ:-'rrp ADVISERS HONORARY MEMBERS lR11xF D. P1rRsoN, A.B. Alpha Chapter For-ly-.ferwz Arlire Cbapler: among freslvvneiz 130711671 .frudevzrs . , . .N.1,'1m1.ll Pr'1'.rir1'r'r1l . . .Nniionrrl Sewrlnfy . . .Frzrnlly .-lr1'1'irr1- .. .fffliur .-M1 Arr I.D., Dr, P,H. RL11-1rRTA D. Ros1'r.RANs, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY G1.oR1A J. FRANK L1foNA M. FRER11'Hs ANGIUNA Cf.-XZIANU SH1R1.1fY A. GFTMAN NAKCY M. GIRHARD Lr'RA M. C,R11fF1TH CAROI l, HASEMEYFR Prom' R. HERMANN Prom' J. Hmrs EY1-LYN B, Hlxrs lu,-KRGARFT J, l-lL1F1MAN XY'llM,-K J. HURT PATR1c'1A J, HL'TTON l.oRRA1xr J. l1.L1rH ALMA M. IRION ELL:-N L. KAxY1x DUROTHY YI. KILAHAN ,lux B. KLFIX AL11 11 G. KOFHLFR CAROL W. KOEPKF NANCX' J. KOLLMAN Lf.-XRY A. LAMBERT SH1R1.1fY M. LASSFR STFLLA J. LFHMANN ADA LQFB JEAN M. LOVENDAHI. IELEANOR A. LUKFNS MARY J. NICCLURE LCRRA1xF M. IVLIFSCHKF A. ANN BLILES INIILBA A. M1LL1fR LNIARY E. IWITCHFII, Bl-TTI' L. NFUMANN ETHI-I M. OLDENDORPH NIARIAN PERKINS JoAxx PFRRING FL1-ANOR M. P1fK1'T'r lxl.-ARL-ARFT J. Pom' JANET L. XVTSTON Ph D MRS. ARTHUR C XX ll LARD JOAN E. RALSTOA Brrsx' R. Ross ESTFLLE SHARPE MARX' L, SHEARER RUTH M. SKRCDER JFAN A. SPFNCFR IVILIRIEI. F. SPROULL JEANNE E. STARKEY RUTH H. STE1xRrRr: MARY C. STEVENS MARGARET R. STEXVART DOROTHY J. STRONG SHIRLEY D. Susrmrks BETTY J. SUTCH RosAxNA G. W1fRsT1fR HELEN M. XXVHITSON HFLFN R, XYFOOLFX' MARY L, X'OKFM AIARY M. Z1FG1.rR B. Russ Etke Hutton Perring Lukens Sharpe Lehmann Kollman Case Irion Knwin Klein Davis Hermann Carpenter Mncschke Sproull Lambert Ralston Mrtchell Brown Frerichs Summers Ford Lovendahl Finger German L. Russ Strong Pickett Himes Chase Doyle Camirm Sutch Wlmitson E. Frank Illich Yokem Perkins Attcbery G. 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MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY K1xx1'1H J. TRILHGFR, M.S,, M.E. Ax'1111'11 C. XYlII.L.-XRD, Bb., D,Eng., XX'11.1. j. XY'o1z1m'. B.S. l.L.D CJHJR4-f P. Bums XVILLI.-KM W. Ffmxrx THOMAS Ci. HARTLEY Ronan E. KRAFT CARL F. Bkoxxx RALPH E. GRFI'NHFRG HENRY F. Hn1'11rc1u' NYE-XRREN D. STALEY RQMRT D. C,u1P111'1.L EDXXAHD T. HARDING Faro I.. KAHL VFIKKO K. VIITANFN XY.u'xE Comm Espy Fullows Trigger H.1m Allcman Lasbcrg Mncinurc Wfillard Larson Sevcrns XVorley Ryan Hardini Fnrncn C0I'111d Kraft Staley xllIfLll'lCI'l Muhn Collier Campbell Hartley Be son Hru ecky 146 TAU BETA Pl I N'1'l"f'Q II Ifnrffzjej, IMA? I I IlIIn0Ii AIIIIIII IIT.Iptcr Lehigh UrIIvcrQItI' I. MI,-,g19.I,v ,1.,',IgI If-,Ip,',II I T0 Ilmrk in II fitting' 711I111m'1' rbusv 121.10 have vullfcrrud bwzur upon rbcir Alma .IIIIIW by dix- r111g'111sbcI1 .II'b01III'5h1p and c.u'111plIII'hv I'bI1mI'fcI' III' IllldcIjq'I'I1II'1lIIfcI' in cI1,qil1Cw'Il1g GAIL D. ALIAAIS. JR., PII.D. NORX'II.l.I' J. ALLERIAN, M.S. ARTI-II'R G. 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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION 155 THE ATHLETIC ASSCDCIATION THIC BG,-XRD OF DIRECTORS AAYXLIJU Axiiis Doxun L. lili.NlNlliRlCR Roisrixr B, lluowxl-3 l,UXYl9,I.l, Sifcmcisox CH.XRl.liS AXVHANI Gicoiuua B. AXVEISIGER TH li ATHLETIC COUNCIL Fi'IL'l1f1',V .lfC7llf7CI'X Aisxifiz R. liximarr XYi1.1.i,xxi -I. PL"rxi,xx Douarxs R. Alll,I.S flfllllllif .lleflllverx P.xL'1. lil-ix 1' Srlfulenr ,llcmlrcrr AAv,Xl.'l'l5R K. flURRlCl.L X l .ds ' T l ' ' ' , . ii si' :sei Tnosus Nurs Fiusniucii S. SIEBFRT Ll. Gl,lumw'x'x THOM,-is Tuoxiixs B. .TACK ng. vw' Krxi . I ii fi S gf' R .V 5 ,Lu K Coknr CCDNFERENCE The famous lllhiz Kids really included a sixth lfdwin "Ace" Parker who was invaluable to the Ll. Knuzus E, FLYNN Dlrttlor HI sllfilillt Plzbllrill Cixur XVILLI,-KM LYON Blfinzirr illixmzger MEDAL WINNER memlier in the person of team as the muuber one substitute. Parker, however. was good enough to win a regular berth on any other collegiate team in the land. Besides winning recognition as a baslqetliall player, he played first base on the lllini nine and figured prom- inently in the team's impressive string of victories. Parker was equally out- standing as a student having graduated with honors from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. lVhile at the L'niversity, he was popular with his fellow classmates and a leader in the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. These accomplislunents made him the logical choice of the Athletic Association for its annual presentation of the Conference Medal Award which is awarded on the lmasis of scholarship, athletic ability, and good fellowship. He is, at present, a memlmer of the United States Army. 156 EDWIN S. PARKER Corzfermrv Mttfnl WIIIIIIEI' S Asiinrxv M, Priiiiw B: lf 'I ill .it.i. Bovn Bam i i v Baielfiill Enxvaizri I1 Ba -xv lfmiflailf MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Ainonff the 'Iihree Xlost Yalualile Players seleetel from the long li,t of ,-3 I L U 5 Illinois' sport heroes of 1943. the name of Andy Phillip is perhaps the most outstanding. "Handy" Andy. as he yvas lcnoxvn to Illini fans. lirolte almost every conference scoring record in liasltetliall. XYith Phillip in the line-up. Illinois yvon txvo successive liasltetliall championships yvithout the loss of a single conference game in 1943. He was selected the Klost Yalualile Player in the conference over such established stars as Otto Graham of Northyvestern llml ,IUIIHHX Kotz of IYisconsin and yvas honored on every ,-Xll Star team in the country. Not only did Phillip excell in the court game. liut he com- piled an envialile record as a pitcher on the Illini liaseliall team. IYhile at the University he xvas an active member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity and is noxv on active duty with the United States Xlarines. Boyd Bartley. captain and short-stop, named the Nlost Yalualmle Player of Illinois' IO-I3 liaseliall team yvas one of the most talented athletes to play on an Illini nine since I,ou Iioudreau made diamond history several years ago. I-Iis superlm helding and timely hitting sparked the team to many vic- tories throughout the season. Bartley was graduated from the school of Physical liducation and is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. Upon grad- uation he xvas signed liy the Iirooltlyn Dodgers xvhere he played short-stop for several xveelcs lmefore lieing sent to Xlontreal for additional experience. At the present time, hoxvever, he is serving in the United States .-Xrmy. Ifddie Iiray. IT-year-old 1-If pound freshman. has talcen his yvell earned place among Illini all time gridiron greats. Star half-hack of Illinois' war- time civilian team, Ifddie earned top honors as the leading ground gainer in the conference over such veterans as Tony Butkovich of Purdue and Hill Daley of Xlinnesota. He averaged 7,2 yards per try liehind one of the lightest and most inexperienced lines in the history of the sport at Illinois. At an age xvhen most college athletes confine their footlmall activities to oc- casional scrimmages with the varsity. Bray was thrilling thousands of spec- tators as he made lirilliant Sli and 90 yard runs against the most outstanding teams in the nation. Pligilmle for three more years of competition. Bray may prove a serious threat to the records set liy Illinois' immortal "Red" Grange. 157 Footlmll AI ENANDER :XGASE RALPH C. BASSEY E1-HERON A. BRADLEY EDNVARD C. BRAY GELWIRKJE P. BLPJ.-AN :ANTHONY J. BL"l'KOYICH AYILLI.-X51 P. BLPIKOYICH IA.-XYAIOXD A. CISZEK JACK C. CURRY ARTHUR J. DL'FELBIEIER LEWIS J. DUNN LAWRENCE H. FORST JOHN F. GENIS :XRTHLDR L. CSERONIETTA DON A. GREENXVOOD RAY GRIERSON DONALD D. GRIFFIN JOHN HAZELETT J.-XAIES L. HEI.BLING LESTER XV. JOOP JOHN F. KANE AIIKE K.ASAP HERSCHEL P. IQEARNEY CHARLES A. LEISTNER JOHN E. MACARTHUR DOAIINIC L. Al.-KTTIAZZA IEDXVARD F. AJCGOYERN G. AJAX .AIORRIS RALPH XV. PALNIER .ALFRED XV. PARFITIA, JR. PETER J. PEREZ AIATHEW C. PERKINS PAUL PODNIAJERSKY CHESTER SAJNAJ R.ALPH AI. SERPICO CLARENCE TOHN AAJES TREIQONING 1-A,-XYAIOND C. YVARD MAC P. JVENSKUNAS 158 LETTERMEN :ALBERT AYIDNER ROIIERT A. XYILSON Baxkerlmll RAYMOND L. IDIZAIOULIN DONALD DEI..-XNEY CHARLES L. FOXVLER CLIFTON D. FULTON GORDON A. GILLESPIE GORDON C. HORTIN EIPHOXIAS B. JACK HOXX'.ARD K. JUDSON AAJALTON KIRK, JR. KENNETH H. AIENKE ROBERT E. AIORTON STANLEY PATRICK EDWIN S. PARKER :XNDREXV Al. PHILLIP JAAIES SEYLER :XLTON L. SHIRLEY OLIVER R. SHO.-SFF ARTHUR J. SAIILEY JAKE STAAB ELLIS E. VANCE Baseball GEORGE BALESTRI JOHN BRITTIN ROBERT G. CIARABIELLI LEE P. EILBRACHT PETER J. GOTFRX'D EDWIN S. PARKER LOYD XV. PERRY :XNDREXV AI. PHILLIP XVILLLAM L. PRENTISS JL'I.IL'S RX'KOX'ICH .ALBERT SCHARF JOSEPH A7ANT'I0ORENVEGH E Tennis KENNETH H. CLAPPER JACK H. CI..ATFELTER JABIES T. GATES ROBERT E. XVEAYER Suimvuing DANIEL C. ANDERSON JOHN E. DRISCOLL STANLEY A. GORE JULIUS J. GRUENFELD NORMAN AI. HARROLD- EDXVARD HEGELAR LOUIS HUEBNER JOHN K. KERR XVILLIAM RIANN TOR AIEELAND JAAIES R. NIIDDLETOY HENRY AIOORE CHARLES S. NEYELS BURTON M. SEIDLER IV1'estIi11g .ALEXANDER AG.-ASE JOHN R. BARTLEY, JR- EDXVIN A. BERNARDONII ED BOXVER GEORGE E. DELONG AL GLASSGEN JOHN HAYES ROBERT HUGHES STANLEY LEE PETER LUKAS KIRK PERRY ROLAND C. RAYBURN ANDREW L. SAUER NIATHER T. SNIERDEL JACK E. TREADMAN GEORGE R. V OORHEES vi 55 ,M lQ ffl 'S 'iff li Sq 5, 56 rx I-:L Q 1" -1 Qfffk ., 5 inf' if 'XL 5 gf -g E lnmir Sum Pflm's,fJ llllrzlfrsli NANCY J. Koiumx Sln.J's:1f Hffizui CHEERLEADERS The "Cin, Illini, Cin" Spirit was nminmincd at every' athletic cvcnt tlimiiglioiit thc year with Nancy Kollmnn, thc lllini's second specially designated Pcp Ciirl, in chnrgc of thc studcnt rallies. The cnrps uf girl cl1CC1'lcnilc1's includes Ruth Ann Schxi ngcr, .hlalffllil Sclixmll, lien Cliristiunscu, Nancy XYhitten. Shirley Himlmnn, amd Yirginin Hcdgcs, xx ith Nut lfrwin 115 faculty iulx'i5m'. As Chief lllinixrclg has gone to w:i1', Princess llliniwclc, Idellc Stith, did thc triulitimml Indian dance xrcnring the fniuuiis Chiefs costume for the lllinuis Homecoming grime :md thc Northxxcstcrn-Illi1wiS garlic: at lfvnmtcm. X. N X x ,Xl fXfe.:"Y. gif' A 915 -:sm l " T.lfi51QE' X fg- - j-V".45 , A n rf:- .. ,hi Q I M x ff' Q4 .. . Q K -if : 'fill E952 N' 3 fl Sl-ff? bfi s Em 'eff , i 1 i '- Qa.T'.1N 1. 4 1, 4 , i h ' -and i .- v w dam- X ' "', - ,+-xmww V X 1 Y A X l . Q J gt X A Y X X.. -+ - -A X -fm: , x i ' ' C XN., A ,:-553' A K N X U xg- I L., .. SCHWAU, VU!-iIT'l'EN HINDMAN SCHWAGER CHRISTIANSEN KO! IMAN HEDGE5 159 ' ' . .-i , I' '91 L 'x ,,,, 255.4 16 'x . X 1+ R FGGTBALL BIG TEN STANDINGS I Pct. VARSITY FOOTBALL ILLINOIS ILLINOIS RECORD CAMP GRANT . Alugmr, yy , , , 1,000 ILLINOIS Iowa SIZAH.-UVKS PL'R11L'1-' . I . Q , IJURDUIQ . . . . . . X,,R-I-mu.-,IFRX 353 ILLINOIS IVISCONSIN . . . Ixnuxx .... . Xllxxr-sm x . .. -l-OO -l0f l ILLINOIS ILLINOIS P1'r'rsnL'1zuH . . . NOTRE Ihxxu . ILIJIXQIS , , , 333 ILLINOIS AIICIIIILXN . . . . Ulm, 5, U-I5 1 I 300 ILLINOIS Iowa . . . . XX'1gU,g5ly . , 143 ILLINOIS. . . ... OHIO S1-.x'1'E ... Iowsx ....., . . U00 ILLINOIS NOR'I'IIXYES'I'I5RN mcrnmnns Spanglf-r Dawson Bujan Krall Block Joop Orlxlcrking D. Alberts Wcgcnc-r Christ Edwards Kelly McGovern Amundscn Hu-dson Janzles Morris Paritt Zabel Hazvluu Forst Hernandr-z Butlzovmlr Larson Lerstm-r Bray Bolltbo Wldner Pollard Roberts Newtsnn Cxszek Ixearney Fullerton flnlppc Sajnaj L, .-Xlhcrfs Brallloy SL-rpico Src-dnickl Palmer Curry Kane Grlder Geromcttu Greenwood Johnson Perez 162 ' 'BTN R .vs iii "2- A -rx: ILLINOIS O CAMP GRANT 23 The 'Iiglitiiig Illini" opened the IU-I3 footlmll scnson with the youngest. :ind most inexperienced teann in 5-I years of intercollegiate competition. IYith its per- sonnel made up almost entirely of frcshnicn. Illinois licld the poxxctful Cannp Grant eleven tn only 23 points. The Ulirrior tcnin, not only outweighed the Illini, hut presented ll footlmll innchinc innde up of seasoned ex-college and pro- fessional stars. Ilulflmcli Tony' Storti, who gave thc Iirightcst exhiliition of running for thc boys in lqhaki, played freshmen footlmll nt the L'nive1'sity of Illinois Inst full. He was the iirst ex-Illini to lmrnss his Alina Nlntcr during the 19-I3 pigskin pnrndc. Encouraging' notes in the Illini defeat nere the IMIII-CL1l'l'j'IIIg' nhility demonstrated hy Hnlflmck Eddie XIcCiox'ern, n innior, and the fine defensive play of tackle Bob Pryniuski. ILLINOIS I8 IOWA SEAHAWKS 32 An Iowa Sealmwli tetnn innde up of such stars ns Frank Nlnznicki, former Chi- cago Bears liulflmclc. Dick Iodd of the professional champion XYnsliington Red- skins, and Perry Scliwnrtz, ex-Brooklyn Dodger footballer. provided opposition for the nlfighting Illini" in the seasons second game. The first Illini innrker uns ninde in the iirst quarter when Fnllhuclt Iiill Krall Bqgggy' Edit Rui, rtuxti BMX, link HL im xi QQ t" : . 'I'H1E.- .. 'If' 'Tsai ' 2- i ff lax 3 .i ,ik ' ' ' xx , .. , Q It WI .anu- MW' mx I fl Q IIXZIK, lim! irimv, Clin.: FORST, Tarkl caught a pass thrown hy Halfhack Eddie Bray, and raced five yards for a touch- down. In the third period lirall again scored on a magnificent kickoff return of S3 yards. Illinois' last touchdown came early in the last quarter on a live yard pass from Bray to Quarterback Theron Bradley. jimmy Smith, captain of the 1942 Illinois eleven, alternated at left half for the sailors. Tackle Roh Prymuski and Fulllmack Eddie Nemeth, of the current Illini, playing their last game hefore induction into the army, contributed largely to the Illinois attack. ILLINOIS 21 PURDUE 40 In a game which might well have been an Illinois Varsity-Freshman scrim- mage, Purdue defeated the Illini by a score of -IO to 21. The starting Boiler- maker eleven, undefeated during the IO-I3 campaign, had six former Illinois stars who were sent to Purdue for Nlarine training. This group included: Tackles Xlike Iiasap and john Genisg Ends joe Buscemi and Frank Bauman, and all- Americans Tony Butkovich, fullback, and Alex Agase, guard. Illinois' Hrst score came in the last 30 seconds of play in the first half when Quarterback Don Greenwood plunged over left guard from the 3-yard line. In the third period Fullhack Chester Sainai chased a hlocked-punt on the Purdue 23 all thc way hack to the end zone where he recovered it for another Illinois marker. One more touchdown was made possihle in the last quarter of play when I-Ialfback Eddie Bray cut loose with a spectacular T0-yard run. Ifddie Xlcfiovern. halfliack, made three kicks after touchdown count. ILLINOIS 25 WISCONSIN 7 The hard work and determination of Coach Rav Eliot and his charges were finally rewarded as the Illini swamped the XVisconsin Badgers luv a 25 to 7 score. Illinois dominated play from the opening kickoff, and not until late in the iinal quarter when the Illini sent in the second team were the Badgers almle to cross the goal line. It was the most decisive defeat that Illinois has handed ni XYisconsin team since a "Fighting Illini" eleven won 20 to O in 1933. The first Illinois touchdown came late in the first half when Halflmack Ifddie McGovern plowed over from the Ill-yard stripe. A few minutes later the Illini scampered to another tally on a 27-vard end run Inv Quarterback Don Green- wood. ln the third period Fullliack Chester Sainai drove over from the I-yard line for the third touchdown. Illinois' final scoring came in the last few minutes of the third quarter when Center .lack Kane intercepted a Badger pass and ran 5-I yards down the sidelines. Fullliack Clancy Tohn kicked the extra point. ILLINOIS 33 PITTSBURGH 25 An inspired and determined Illini team outscored the Pitt Panthers in the first football contest in history between the two schools. It was a battle of "T" forma- GFRoMi1T'i'.x, Gnrurl Gm-ixxvoou, Bari: H.i7i1rTi, lim' I-Iriuiixc, 1 R,- C. WT- , Ta.-He Bn-iotry, Bark Ki.-uixiy, Ylzrkle L121s'rNnn, Gnmd tions with Coach Ray Eliot employing a simpler version of the intricate offensive. In the tirst quarter Halfback Eddie Bray crossed the goal line from the ZS-yard stripe. Bray counted again in the same period on a 39-yard run off left tackle. XYith two minutes left in the first half, Eddie McGovern, 157-pound halfback, scored from the Pitt ll-yard line. In the final period McGovern, the nation's leading scorer at Rose Poly last year, gave an impressive demonstration of broken- iield running as he went 6-l yards for another touchdown. Six plays later Me- Govern was loose again. and on an end run tallied from the Panthers 12-yard line. .XlcGovern connected for two points after touchdown, and Quarterback Don Greenwood for one. Outstanding in the Illinois line were tackle Pete Perez, and veteran Guard Ralph Palmer, who was playing his last game before induction into the army. ILLINOIS O NOTRE DAME 47 The "Fighting Irish" of Notre Dame, the number one team of the nation, proved to be an uneven match for Coach Ray Eliot's gallant, but inexperienced civilian football aggregation. Loaded with Marine trainees, the Notre Dame lineup was filled with all-American players. It ineluded: Tackle jim VVhiteg End john Yonakor, Halfbacks julie Rykovich and Creighton Miller, and Quarter- back Angelo Bertelli, who ranks as one of the game's greatest all time passers. ' ' 7' '1L x - 6 GE..- Rykoyich, one of Notre Dames most powerful and consistent ground gainers. was a member of the University of Illinois freshmen football squad last fall. He was the ninth former Illini to play against his Alma Xlater during the hectic 19-I3 football season. Outstanding in defeat were Illini Guard Art Cerometta. and I-'ullliaclqs George Buian and Chester Sainai. ILLINOIS 6 MICHIGAN 42 A talented and experienced .Xlichigan team lmarred the way for a IQ-I3 Illini Homecoming victory. The XYolyerine eleven. losing only to Notre Dame for one of its best seasons, had such outstanding stars as Elroy Hirsch and Paul White. halfliacks. and all-Americans Hill Daley, fullback. and I-'red Negus, center. The lone Illini touchdown came in the second half, after a driye that started from the Michigan 33-yard line. On the 17-yard marker Halfliaclc Eddie Bray threw a short pass over the line to Halfliaclq Ifddie Xlcfioyern who w ent all the way for the score. Illinois made ll first downs to 189 yards Ivy rushing. 170 of them Ivy Bray and McGovern. Daley and Bray tied at the end of the season for Conference rushing honors with a 7.1 average. Shining lights in the Illinois line were :Ralph Serpico. guard. .lack Kane, centerg Lester Joop, tackleg and End Xlax Klorris, who was playing his last game lmefore leaving for army duty. MCGOYERN, Bath INIORRI4, Tarklv P.xixii.n, G.v,1f,1' Panrirr, Fnlllazrk V J. ,ri .J Qs.-...sv RI7 T1 Pinmxs, Bark PODMAYIFRSKY, Tarklf SA-INAj, Bark ILLINOIS I9 IOWA IO Illinois won its third game of the season, and its second in Conference compe- tition against the Iowa I-Iawkeyes on a rain-soaked Held. It was a nip and tuck battle all the way with the lllini finally coming out on top of a I9 to 10 score. The lirst Illinois touchdown came early in the first period when Quarterback Don Greenwood bucked over center from the -I-yard line. I-Ialfback Eddie McGovern kicked the extra point. Later in the same quarter Halfback Eddie Bray scored through right tackle from the 3-yard marker. VVith two minutes re- maining in the lirst half. McGovern intercepted an Iowa pass on his own 5 and ran down the sidelines for 95 yards and another Illinois touchdown. Starring on defense for the Illini were Tackle Larry Forst, and Fullback George Buian. who collected more tackles than any other player on the field. ILLINOIS 26 OHIO STATE 29 In a sensational and dramatic climax to the game deciding the mythical civilian championship of the Conference, Ohio State edged out Illinois by a 29 to 26 "overtime" score. After the gun was fired ending the game, and the players had left the field, the oflicials decided that Illinois was offside on the last play. Twelve minutes later the teams were called back to play oli the penalty. IVith Ohio in possession of the ball on the Illinois 27, sub Quarterback john Stungis kicked a lield goal for the three points that spelled victory for the Scarlet and Gray. . i'1J.i'2ifs AB11"'t.'. .31-Slew!-x'-sa v S RPHO, Cmnt! Ioiix, link Illinois made the opening touchdown when Halfback Ifddie NleC1overn broke through right tackle for 63 yards. Another Illinois tallv came in the iirst period on a linebuek by Nlcfiovern from the 2-yard line. ln the second half Quarterback Don Greenwood plowed over from the I. and promptly kicked the extra point. The final Illinois touchdown was accomplished in the last quarter when Green- wood again plunged over from the I-yard line, after a sensational 55-yard run by Halfback Eddie Bray. ILLINCDIS 6 NORTHWESTERN 53 In the season's finale, a powerful Northwestern eleven proved to be too much for Coach Rav Eliot's Illini, worn by the gruelling lu-game season against some of the nation's strongest teams. Northwestern, determined to revenge last year's defeat bv Illinois, was led bv all-American Otto Graham and lived up to all its pre-season expectations of greatness. I-Ialfback Eddie Bray, Illinois' HT-pound candidate for all-Amleriean honors, and named the most vahiable player for the Orange and Blue, ended his first year of college football in a blaze of glory. In the third period. with Northwestern leading 3-lf to ll, Bray received a XYildcat kickoff on his own lu. XYith almost un- canny speed he bolted across the gridiron, evading one tackler after another, until he had gone Q0 yards for the only Illinois touchdown of the game. Bray was equally spectacular as safety man on defense. Throughout the game he succeeded in pulling down XYildcat runners who had broken into the clear. XY'ARii. lfuj XX ll Nl R I X 5'5- X we-'. N BASKETBALL V .VZ Dotiixx R. 1NI11,iN I ! 11.11 ' a J VARSITY BASKETBALL l1.LiNois OPPoNPN'rs ILLINOIS OPPONENTS 51 ... .. Alumni .. ..... 35 .. .. Iowa .. 56 .. Detroit .. .. 25 .. .. Iowa .. -H . .. . . Great Lakes .., .. S2 .. . . Kentucky . 90 . . . , . Missouri . . . . . 29 . . Northwestern -13 . . . . Kentucky . . . . -11 . . . . DePaul . . 64 . . . , . Great Lakes . . . . . 51 . , . . . Ohio State . -15 . .. . XVisconsin .. .. -13 Ohio State . 38 . . . . . . Wisconsin . . . . -13 . Northwestern -15 . . Michigan . . . . 52 . . . Minnesota . 69 .., ... Chicago ... .. 32 .. Minnesota . 'J u- . ,-,, 1 ge ,K 'D IT ' " I if QQZ:iij-S l lf! 'il if I " rr .im , 1 1 11111111111 ht' ' lhkfw X Q Q U 5 it . i . Q. ij, 93 A ": K.. -L , P. s 7 " 'iLLilg . ?., Y. . - ,A 1 - 'li T 1 7' 1 If X , - , , A m 1 L, Roetlucr Patmk lairson Sudkamp Gillespie ,Knetsch Mills Sritklcr Frcuan ,luilwn Staab Kirk Delaney Lexey Etldlcnun Mortin DeMoulin XY'hite Hortin Seyler 172 -ki M49 ,Qi Diiaxix' Iiimwiix Finn VARSITY BASKETBALL This lVhiz Kids minus .-Xndy Phillip, nn fiirlniigli frnni their iiriiiy dutics. cnnic lmclt tn Huff Gym for 11 night to inniigiirnitc thc IU-I-I Imaltctlmll scnsim. The lighting spirit of Illinois caught on with Cjimcli Dong Hills' Intcst pru- tegcs inspired In' thc prcwncc nf thc iiiiniuitiil athletes. and thc new Illini lnihclcd thc Cicc XYhiz liids won 51 tn 35. ln the 5C1'lSUI1'S second giiinc llliniiis routed Ilctroit L'iiix'c1'sity'. 56 tu 26. The Blucinclccts fruni Great Lailqca were next un the schedule. .ind lllinuia. at-clting to nialcc it three straight, succuinlicd tu 11 Inst niinutc rally that Cnnhlcd thc Sailors to win 52 tn -I-I. The defeat ln' Great lnilqcs served as an int'cntix'c for greater ctfnrt un the part of Cmicli Xlills' tnlcntcd live. 'lihc result uns four ninrc guinea. :ind four Straight victurics. Ifirst came ii 30 to 20 win uvcr thc Klissmiri Tigcrs nt Cnluiii- lius. Dick Fnlcy, guard. iinlcnscd L1 suiriiig Imrrngc that ncttcd I6 points. licntucliy was next .ind this tiiiic Illinois xrnn In' 21 thrilling -I3 to 41 sciwc. Hmi'n1'd hludsun, guard. cupped scoring lmnui's with 16 pnintm A strong. determined tcnni fruin Circnt Lakes visitcd Illinois at llutl grin. and itwmia .4 sam Nh Glu rsvii junsox KIRK it was not long before the Sailors discovered that the Illini were set on revenging the only defeat handed them thus far in the season. VVith junior Kirk, guard, recording 17 points, and Foley, who was playing his last game before reporting for army duty, performing brilliantly on defense, the Orange and Blue won, 6-I to Sl. The opening of the Big Ten season found the Illini in Madison for one game against IVisconsin. The visit was pleasant for the boys from Champaign as they added another victory to an already impressive string. The score was 45 to 43. One week later Illinois played host to the Badgers, but this time ended up second best in the scoring, 43 to 28. The IVolverines of Michigan provided the opposition for the Illini in the next Big Ten test, but again Illinois figured in the loss column, this time by a 52 to -I-I count. The hapless Maroons of Chicago gave the Illini a breathing spell as Coach Mills' tired athletes coasted easily to a 69 to 32 victory. Kirk and Stan Patrick, guards, were standouts on offense with a total of 29 points between them. Gor- don Gillespie, center, also starred. Then on to Iowa City for a two game series with the team favored to win the Conference championship. Dick Ives, the Iowa I-Iawkeyes sharp shooting for- ward, proved too much for Illinois as they bowed in two closely contested games by scores of 56 to Sl, and 53 to -H. Patrick managed to break through a tight Iowa defense for 32 points in the two games. 55 52 liklvmgiig The L'niversitv of Kentucky. ranked as one of the nation's leading teams. and smarting from a defeat hy Illinois earlier in the season. came to Hull' gym for an eneore and succeeded in evening thc count luv winning Sl to -Hb. But the lads from Illinois liounced right back into the win column when thev travelled again to the Chicago Stadium and took on DePaul. The lllini won, 45 to 33, over the Blue Demons who had lieaten the licst teams in the land. The liall- handling of jim Sevler, guard, was a highlight of the game. The lllini ran into more troulile as they lost one game to Northwestern, 42 to 29, and two games to Ohio State. the I9-H Conference Champions, liv scores of 52 to -H and 54 to 53. ln the Hrst game with the potential champions Kirk seored 13 points. and Patrick came through with 14. Holi Horton. forward. hit three quick liaskets in the closing minutes of the second game which almost brought an lllini victorv. The lllini quintet elosed the 10-H season in lirilliant form with three straight victories. First a win over Northwestern in the Chicago Stadium, So to -I-T, with Judson, Kirk, and Howard Staali. forward, making a total of 3+ points against the W'ildcats. Then two games with Xlinnesotifs Gophers at Hutf gvm and two more decisive victories, first So to 32. and then by a 53 to 27 count. Patrick and Kirk, the leading Orange and Blue point-getters compiled a total of 57 points in the two game series. 0? w, ig ' ' I U 4 l I . I IT ' , ,W . J ,3 5 +1 1 4 176 Q lt- TRACK ,155 . -'ve LIO Tl JOHNSON VARSITY TRACK OUTDOOR SEASON ILLINOIS OPI1ONEN'I's 62 ......... Michigan ..,........ 60 BIG TEN CONFERENCE MEET MICHIGAN . . . ......................... 53551 ILLINOIS . . . ... 47541 XlINNESO'I'.-X . . . 33lfQ OHIO STATE . . . . . 29 XXYISCONSIN . . . 1-H4 CHICAGO .... . . . . . . 11 LQ NOR'I'HwEs'I'I:I:N . . . . . 8 LQ INIIIANA . . . ..... . 8 PL'RuL'E ..... ......................... 5 CENTRAL COLLEGIATE MEET ILLINOIS . . . ..,.........,.............. 53 H Spring, 1943 AIARQL'I2'l"I'E . . . AIIXNFSUTA ...... AIICHIGAN STATE . . . XVISCUNSIN . . . . Al.-XCOXIB . . . LAXVRENCE . . . . DEK.IXLl3 . . . INDIANA . . . OHIO . . . CARLICTUN . . LOYOLA . . . .. . NOTRE lj.-XRIE . . . AIISSION HOL'SE . . . All.-XXII .... ........,.................. ALM 3-PM 26 242 14 132 8 6 M 4 3 I I 0 Phelps Bekermeir Vanleeuwen Fullerton Vranek Osborne Greanias Abbot Gonzalez A Johnson Dunn Selb Goodell Matter Belle Kelley 178 41n0lSf,1w,if3.! 'N 'Wufcwn M' wa- BEILE BEKERMEIR lu VARSITY TRACK The Orange and Blue traveled to Des Moines for their First outdoor track meet on April 23 and 24. Coach Leo johnson sent his untried squad into the Drake Relays hoping for the best. And the best they were, for they won live relay events. This boosted their total first place victories since the Relays began to 62. twice as many as their closest competitor. Every man on the Illini squad ran the race of his life in the only dual meet of the outdoor season. For the Hrst time in thirteen years, the Orange and Blue were victorious over the ever-powerful Michigan team on the Illinois field. The score, 62 to 60, is an indication of the see-saw battle which was not decided until the final event. Bob Kelley handed national champion Bob lffer a thrilling defeat in the -I--HJ yard dash. and then came back to beat Roxborough in the half mile CYCIII. DUNN GLADDINC. SX:-an , , .,, ' "'Q,Xvy:'q W.. 179 X, x I 2 I X I I 180 GONZALEZ GOODELL VARSITY Herb Matter was in his best form and collected 21 points by winning the low hurdles, 220 yard dash, broad iump, and tying for first place in the high jump and pole vault. The climax of the meet was the surprise showing of Illinois' Bekermeir who placed three seconds. The lllini trailed Michigaifs fourteen qualifiers with ten in the Conference meet at Evanston on May 1+ and 15. Once again the Illinois cindermen pressed hard but were nosed out by Michigan, 53 X to -WM. ,Iohnson's boys were either hot or cold, capturing four first places to none for Michigan, but failing to place in other events. Bob Kelley was high point man for Illinois by winning both the -I-I0 and the 880 yard runs. Dunn won the mile, Bekermeir placed second in the high hurdles, and Seib took fourth in the mile. The mile relay was a see-saw battle with Bob Kelley nosing out Bob Ufer for an Illini victory. Herb Matter Url Gizrfxxfxis KELLEY 17 'fi RAC -i i,is5uv,N' i lllli l i ll ill' ',A,MM.,. 1. A Qlliil t i lWllll:,M4li l x stil 'WX ', it .. W. K ,vga C Ka' Valiantly' participated with three stitches in his leg from an injury the day lvefore. He totaled HQ points, hut had to relinquish individual honors to Uhio's Dupre who won three firsts. Claude "Buddy" Young, freshman, equaled the world's 60-yard dash record of 6.1 seconds twice to highlight the W-H indoor season, which saw the lllini, composed of freshmen Boll Hinkle, Ranis Thomas, Ralph Dowling, and l.aYerne Campbell. and augmented hy Captain Holi Kelley and Xlarce Gonzalez. defeat Ohio State here in the indoor opener, THQ to 3lZfg. In a triangular meet Illinois scored 6-PM points to Purdue's SZLQ and Notre Dame's 32. Michigan defeated the Illinois in their final dual appearance. 6615 to BTZ3. 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Coach Roettgeris proteges were limited to live singles. laut capitalized on four IYestern errors. johnny Brittin started the game and was replaced in the fifth luv john Chareholla who went on to get credit for the win. The Illini started off in Big Ten competition luv whipping Xlinnesota S to 5. joe Yan I-Iooreweghe, center lielder. hrolce a 5 to 5 tie in the sixth with a single that scored Andy Phillip from third. Yan Ilooreweghe also added a triple and a home run to cop the dav's hitting honors. Andy Phillip, winning pitcher, struclc out eight batters while giving up an equal number of hits. In the second game with the Gophers the Illinois nine hrolte up an H to S dead- lock in the ninth with a tvpical Illini rally to win hy a 9 to H margin. johnny Brittin did the pitching chores for seven innings hefore .-Xl Scharf took over and succeeded in challting up his rirst victory. The Illinois string of four consecutive victories was lirolten luv IYestern Nlich- igan, 6 to Z. Ilartlev came through with two of his teams three safeties. and with ... Y' .fa , ft . 'f we V537 x..- 1 IXAA. FND I jfveic Pi nm' .Il.:r:.:Eu' Tfizvj Bait 185 0 W N 1 1' Q . tt B:Xl,I'YTRI VAN I-IOOREXVEGHE RYKOVICH Tliivif B.1ft'f0l1! Firfii Cdulsr Field Lifl Field VARSITY julie Rykovich, left Helder, pulled off a double steal in the eighth. Coach Roettger's baseball squad ran into more bad luck as it lost two straight games to the University of Michigan. The score of the first game was 5 to 2. In the second game the IVolverines stopped Illinois 6 to 4. although they were outhit by the Illini. Pitcher johnny Brittin held Michigan to one hit in nine innings. but Illinois' errors proved too costly. A two run rally in the ninth gave Ohio State a 6 to 5 edge over Illinois in the first of a two game series. A last inning Illini rally faded when George Balestri, right fielder, was thrown out on an attempt to steel third after tripling to right center. The next day the Illini came back to revenge the defeat, solidly drubbing Ohio 13 to O. Andy Phillip, Illinois' immortal basketball star, played right Held, center field, second base. had a perfect day at the plate with four for four, and was credited with two stolen bases, "Ace" Parker, first baseman, got two safeties, and Capt. Bartley three. Al Scharf pitched all the way for the Illini, giving up but one hit while scoring his second win of the season. The Navy XVings from Lambert field, composed mainly of former major leaguers, singled seven times in the seventh inning for six runs, and broke up what had previously been a close ball game. The Navy won 8 to 1. Bartley scored the lone Illinois run in the ninth after Phillip singled and sailor outfielder N, EILBRACHT CI.-IRAMELLI Cnlcbsr Sliarf Slap wg -S F ss , f 43914 vi xg xc 5 we 3- -N mx y I-KNO i an at It ' an . .. ., .t . , Xl UI it I , .I -Q. I 5 5 wi Q fi. Y - g w- 'Z YX . 4 f' . 1--1 .y S , 51, -K N - RQ X3 4-we x Y 5 Q 1. J C1-Hneoti..-x Gotrmn Promise Pllfliw' Sriwlltf Blair llffllfy BASEBALL Mal Hein threw wild to third. Behind the superb pitching of Andy Phillip the Illini defeated Camp Grant -I to 3. julie Rykovieh prevented a Camp Grant rally in the eighth inning when he crashed into the left Held wall to haul down a 365-foot blow off the hat of soldier XVally XVrone. Andy Phillip, the Illini work horse, held Purdue to three scattered singles as Illinois shut out the Boilermakers 10 to 0. It was a field day for the Illini batsmen as they Collected 16 hits. julie Rykovich clouted a homer, and three singles. Boyd Bartley came through with three singles, and Lee Eilbracht, Catcher, and Pete Gotfryd, second haseman, had two hits apiece. Illinois was also victorious in the second game of the series with Purdue 3 to l. Al Scharf pitched the entire distance for the Orange and Blue, and had eight strike-out victims. Yan Hooreweghe's double was the only extra-base hit for the Illini. In the season's finale the Illinois team howed to powerful Great Lakes hy a 7 to 2 score. Mickey Coehrane's sailors, boasting a team made up of seven former maior league players, were held to one run hy Andy Phillip for six innings before their experience and professional skill finally proved even too much for the in- domitable Illini spirit. Highlights of the game were the three double plays pulled off hy Coach Roettger's athletes. SCH.-XRF Bnrrtm Pllrlwer Pllrlwf X. 3 of Q xx N. 'X ,- XX X Nil". CDTHER VARSITY SPCDRTS 23, 1 Gates Saikley Chipper Conch johnson Lothrop XVenver Clatfelter VARSITY TENNIS Under the direction of Coach Ralph johnson the Illinois tennis team swept its dual meet schedule and finished second in conference competition. The tal- ented lllini rucqueters defeated lVisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio State by scores of 5 to -I, while outclassing Chicago S to 1. ln the Big Ten meet. Ken Clapper and Frank Saikley, and jack Clatfelter and Bob YVeaver won doubles crowns in the second and third divisionsg XVeaVer brushed off all opponents in sixth division singles. jim Gates and jim Lathrop, as Illinois' No. 1 and No. 2 singles entrants, compiled I1 creditable record playing against the best players of the conference. lruxois ' VVisconsin . . 5 . . . . Michigan . . 5 . .. Ohio State ., Chicago ..5 RALPH H- JOHNSON BIG TEN CONFERENCE . .. Comb OPPONENT . 4 . 4 . 4 . I Manley, Cruel' Konstant Mann Ixlu-.irc Driscoll Nevuls Rulintz Glue Pleteher Mautner Olsen Huebner ,Innes VARSITY SWIMMING The tank team, coached Iii' lid Manley, gut its lirst test of the season against Illinuis Tecli and came tlirnugli with a decisive -IT to 1-I victury. 'Iiliree days later the teams met again, and the lllini xmn Imy an even wider margin, 61 tn I-I. Illinois' nnly taste of Big Ten ctuupetitinn during the regular season was against Purdue and it resulted in a defeat fur the Orange and lilue. In the annual conference meet the Illini suimmers placed eiglitli as a powerful Xlicliignn team wml its fourteenth title. Bill Xlann, I,f'I1l11lIIl Innes. Y-12 students. and Stan Gore, Clliarles Xevels, and Had Xlunre were the mainstays uf the squad. ILLINOIS OPPONIPNT 52 . .. Illinois 'liecli ,. 1-I 61 . .. lllinuis iliecli .. I-I 33 . . . Purdue . . Sl Blu TEN CoNHiiucNc:1i XIICIJIK. . . .. .7tl1 I"'II"i I- N-'W Coatli 7 Coach XV. XV. Brown Mtliarrlmy Tapstott Modjeska Turbow The Illini golf team, coached by IVinsor Brown and captained by jim Mc- Carthy, defending individual champion of the Big Ten, won five of its seven conference dual meets during the 19-13 season. The Orange and Blue golfers defeated Indiana twice, and Ohio State. Chicago, and Northwestern once while dropping close contests to Michigan and Minnesota. In the Big Ten meet Illinois placed fifth, and McCarthy surrendered his crown after leading the Held for 36 holes. Other members of the team included Gene Modieska, Bob Tapscott, Charles Turnbow, Roger Larson, and Herb Matter. l1,i.iNo1s x 10.5 - .. Indiana .. S .. . Ohio State . .. 13 . . Chicago . . 11.5 . . Minnesota . 10.5 . . . . Northwestern . . 15 .. Indiana .. 8.5 . .. Michigan .. W'1W1RCX-ZWBROWN BIG TEN CHAAIPIONSHIP Mum: . . . . 5th OPPONENTS 4.5 7 5 15.5 -1.5 O 9.5 ,Y I 'E 71 -I E 5' Fa Z -I U Q fNE 7 1: f 'f f n V Y if 3 ZS C N I,1....M,,. Y 1 .' ,, 1 VARSITY WRESTLING Newt l,1m"s 104-I nicstling' squad, well stuclccd with Navy Y-12 trgiinccs, compiled ai -1-3 n'on-loss record. :ind a fnnrth place in thc Big Ten nicct git North- wcstcrn. Lcd lay 121-pound George Dcl,ung, who was rnnnernp in thc cnnfcr- Cnce, the Illini defeated Nn1'cImcarei'11, NYlicnt1m. and Normal twice. lint Imr to pmx'c1'ful Purdue, and Ohio State in thc Big Ten nicer, and to lmxn Prcdight. George Yonrliecs, freslnnnn, mol: third in thc 1224-pound class in the cunfcr- cncc nicer, Imcsidcs placing high in dunl cmnpctitiun. .lack Trczidinzin, 121g XYcn- dcll Hnirris, 136g Bula Hughcs, 1-I5g Hill .Xll1I'I'11f', 1554 lfd Iimxcr. 1554 Ray Ilnssn, 165g Ifllis 131'mx'n, 175g and AI Cilnssgcn, Plczivywciglit, colnpletc l.nn"s 1'uSUfl'. ILLINOIS cJI'l'UN1'Nl' 8 . . . Scnlmwks . 22 31 . . .. Nurnml . 5 S . . . Purduc . . 22 ZH . . . 1YIicntfm . . Ill 19 . . . , Nu1'tIixx'cstcrn . . . 13 35 . . . . Nunnnl , 5 11 ....... ,. Ohiu Stntc .., . 17 BIG TICN CONFERENCE KIICICT. . . . .-Ith GUNS ' w In I M1171 195 I I I I , I I 'I I I I I I I I I 3 194 I I N f. X w N INTRAMURALS Im'R,xM1'R.u. fH.-XMPIONNHIP Taovm' INTRAMURAL CHAMPIGNS Spring- 1943 Pixma Poxcg, Slxcsuis... . ....... Green, 1lILl6pL'IIL'lC1II' PING Pnxca, Douslais ...... ...R11a1'k, Fisher, Iiidependelzr I3.xs1QP'1'n.x1,L, IN1m1w1x1:1zN'1' ..............,...... ...... 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IYIILLARD ,'l,mf,v.'mlI E.lffw', Tlu D.Ill-3 Illini Bnrlmw Jffzllugw, The Illia Q M IP 1115 I ,-.. f uf' M f.'.- - f'l.ww IZ-vm Kiyff,',yU g!f l 44 SS 1 f-'fs , K IVQ , , N l ,Q ,QXN E L I 9 AIUERT5 C. Mmm 1. A V E. HAgm'rT1snSALYERs Dn-zwwfr nl Sjnrml .'IlI.11r.f. Illmz Umm: PVCJHIFIIIV U .A-KL 'ifvvsf N 'KVA M-'WUVYN M4 RANKIN IXlXlH.xlll'I' In Plmllvx EJ'f""- YIM' INN Puw..'.n,'. P.11r-llfllu.-lk mmm!! NA E5-I XA pi Jgusxsg 4lxxxxR 'K Q., Q-X. 4, M lDlf RS SI' as w5N"""N-N 'Qf"N""' Q QSM.. , W- it E Q Y " X XX S lv 1 I P.a. 'Jn ll. '.'f..' N, L- 'F 51 Q fi-2--N.. XX IIKIXNI VI, N uxu1.'nl vnu, Z' IXIARFIORIE L. MATHFSON B11'1'x' B. BEN-I.-KMIN Premfwzl, Slmlenr Sumzre c"ff-1l.zf1.1guv', 51.11 Cffnrff i 411115 Q! -fi 'Q 'Zi'-my -awww' - re:.2f J I C,-mol, j. Ouux Bfmmnfx CAMP .'iwfr1.m E.li1m. Tln Dfnlry lllmi I'ire-Clmlrmmz, lllnu Lfruun Baum' H.-KRRIET J. BOE JEANNETTE Ross .liuifmrzl Ellilfw, The Daily Illini Dinwfuv' of Rvcrealiarz, Illini Union 1 ,-ul-,lr H BIIIIR A 'WN' f' IM IDIE RS X illgwg - F I M XI Nl IU Il ffl!! l'IMf.cIx HI xl x C I I lt ..f yn.-AL ll!.w.' I np ff Nwfg' X L9 FUMN1 I Ona I' wkl.. J. f.',f D .Um I xwru Ee Q if if if if if as if i Q E ' QRX '3 - Q 5'-sy .1 A Q55 THOM N B J-xflc !f 44 I s BIILLIEI-NT SIURODA EDITH Sononomf .U.1r1.:xg111g Iifllw, Ylu' Dall-x Illlul Edilor, The Illia 0 M IP :zu -wx ml! '54 INIARTHA I., MCPHIETIRS ISABELLE B. Iv1.aRx'1N Prmlllnll, U".G,S. B1z,rim',u Dhzlmgur, The Daily Illini .5 P fif ff J 1 4hgy1 Jinx X, A3 . - Xuumxu Ifllhilx ,Ix-f.n'r1,1:.1 A BINXHHPI - . D Hr 1.f1.w,' ff lin, , ,xr.ff,',f.qf. HJ. - . - S YQ- ' .-. -'Ax ,,-f r ,ww"'Ni 9, Q lg , .NX Q ja V -x+E"f?-fig, 21. ' " " :L ' if f A x bf , '1lE'fffgi:Wi' . . Q l '-3 Sfagie . Y ,, Q X guy - ' f ,' ' N- I , . . . ., 'WX ' fizgfq 'pix i t E ,5"',5-x . H .Q SQ M? 55915-9 fn .X 5, - 1. ,WN .vga Emu. R, INICDONALD 4 HRINIX' M, I-ix.x,x14 Prlmlrrzf, Y.U".C..'i. .lv ..'.::L C,Lmf,1! .XI.fr.u1p.r, llfml Tlu.1.'rr Czfzlj V :V Lmx ililx P. AILRPHX I Xl I ll" 1 w Efx Er - --Q .,. mr -1 3 -QUHIA I X I'-rw, K' k11x1:1i X11 -.1-,1 ,XNIVIIINX Nl PHIIXII' .'Xnm1'R J, Sxllllx' lrllh I' Y-xml lk A . ll f' ll"f.- ' l!"f lI"I,'- CAMPU LEADERS -I s ' 8: - . .fi I HQJQ: l ri I Frysf rw 'ix' Yvzmr -IX-,11 I' tmffl-xrv. Rv XXII In I-rlllrxm, IIUI1XRS,fIRIlII! IUIPH H. H.-xlllxvxllx I XI NJ I Il1"- lin, H111 I 1 II III II f II L1 'Nun Iliff " Eff, L ww I5.IIIl 'zum 'fm Iluly IIIQHI If I If IHJV, I,fff,'J In I7,1,I, III ., ' , -2 !,."t '-611, ,A .ue-qt, Aprviln' ' ' - -P ' A , N , V W" "'- A." , -Q Q: - 4- f f .1 in E ,rg J , ,K ...ff ,s -- i, , ff: ...V T7 E . eff, at-' ,M 1 - e in 1 A mms A, Bmw: Miniuxx. F. liltlll-Il Humax I., Mmiiiu Wtiirm H X','x:.l.1n11xxix Irina XV Hsin: xt Hiram tt Xxx xr. tl nmuff. lSi:ih.'l1.t.fl .tI.1f1.1utr, I-'ffnllmll .lI.mi1uu, lr1,'r.1mm.1lt ,il.n1.1iJLn, 'I mtl lininn if .tt.zfmuu, 1 lin! lfi.'1ffff1.1l Will 1 IM Ilzsls Him: Ili lP.ul, lffmf u...WI-10 WCDULD HAVE BEEN" Campus Leaalers, "who would have been," are now serving their Uni- versity hy serving their country A xis X K -mwfidliit. -'V XU W . -H Q K- 'N Q. N r..- ,gglxxl f l .K I X , V ,. ' . -' ' '-4 ,' V t-.' - it . 5 ' ' ' ,., :, X 1 X -...X Qi '-A-1-Y - 'X We I : i ESQ ' . 'Z fx X U: X, iran, gi 2, s i.4::,,....,s s E N - Q? X .X ,, ,. .X s -' +30 K-' "t' -, gg-g L s .Q . 1- E Ai i 'KIIXANUIR At.-ui jul-ix IT. Cvlxxs Hlruunx -I. AIXIIIR itsxnixmi I. I3I'NX ,-Xr1r1tl'x1 R Hill, ,ln LINIWIIK H Yxxlhm Ill 'init Haul I'ffff.'f1,1ff l,,1l!vl,i1r1. l5fn1.'h.1fl Pu mfr '13 .iI.1-ll'.1f.'l3,1 f.1fv,'.llf.', Y 1,14 i IM vf.."i fn! Y.tI.1 ..i 5Jf'f.,'tf1.' 4 ff.fHf.'if ll"mt.'l11lgg I .11f.'.1.'f,', I 1 fftt 1 ff,wr."i 7 Q F v i I I I 'I 3 F I ! . I 1 I IU 4' , I a X "' STUDENT ADMINISTRATICDN will--n-:ll ,-.,, .Siam-,,, ,.:,-N in ,, --- ---11" 1 K. A ff wxfffi' In , -'inf' ,4...., M "mit 4 "' W 4 'ff-1-1 , ' " Q- :Z-2 ' .1 Ill' fi.-'J V S - el ' , ,ri 4-TZ . f "'f51' g 211 M STUDENT MAR IURIII I., Al.-KTHINON Pm -MI III FACULTY ADVISORS SENATE H. EI-xx -XRII BRI rx, M.S. CIZIZIL A. IWOYER, Ph.D., C.P.A. fl.-lRl XV. l'.'lON'll.Ml-'N XY'ILI.I.uI H. BRAIN B.-IRILARA C AMP P.1.'I'RIcI.a A. Iowa .loHx L. FALL5 PHYLLIS D. FINH jofxxxr H. HILL5 EDITH G. ,IFAIQIM ALIIIRT T. ,lcmx STUDENT OFFICERS MIRJORII: L. M,IIHIw0x.. ELIIIH G. ,II Mum .,.... .,.. I 'ifr- GI oRn,I2 XV. RI'I"I'IfR ... ..... WIIIIARI F. '1'I'RIPLIx... .. FIURFNI r XVYLIF, ., ,.,CoIrI'.IpuI1diIIg MEMBERS DOROTHY C.. KrI.Lx' JOHN R. l.l'lTTLlfR IsABrI.LE B. MARVIN AIARIIORII- L. nf.-KTHFSON MARTHA L. MCPHFl1TFR5 Al.BlfRT,-X C, MFNZFI. EDN.-KRD P, lVfl'RPHY Hoxvfmn R. NFX'lLl.lf ,'m.v PILIIJUII Pmfldelzl 5n'I'u1I1I'y .TI I'fIII1Ir'I SLTIHIIIIJ ROBLRT H. Nom: lNlARGARET L. PHILLIPS GFORGIE W. RITTEII GEORGE J. STLIRRI XVILLIAM F. TFRIPLIN MARX' J. TISCH LESLIE T. XY'FLSH FLORIENCE J. XTVYLIE ELAINE M. Zxwcx jorn Sturm Neville Littlcr Tcmplin Moyer Phillips RItter Jenkms b Buntcmps Bmun Tmch Camp Kelly Matlmsnn Zwick XVylic Mcnzcl Cover FIsh 212 l Matheson Br.ili.in.1 Tiscli Hampton .le-rikins liills Fish limin 1 lmpin XY'estori STUDENT AFFAIRS AUDIT AND SUPERVISION CGMMITTEE The Student AiTairs Audit and Supervision Com- mittee is composed of tive students chosen by the Student Senate, three faculty members chosen by the Committee on Student Affairs, :ind a member of the Dean of .NIen's staff. It is n subcommittee of the Coni- mittee of Student Affairs composed of those who :ict as the supervising body for ull activity functions np- proved by the Student Atfnirs Committee. The MEMBERS DIARY ji-xx Tisr'H, 1il.1.'fm.i XVILLIAM H. BRAIN Puri iis D I-1 H H. R. BRAHANA Vins YI, Huivios IXIILDRFD R. CHAI-'ix Erwin CQ, ,lrxxiss JOHN I.. Ffuis Mfxiiionii I, M.-ximsox jun L. Wi siow Auditing Committee has the final control over col- lection, printing, and auditing of tickets, progrnnis, decoration, expenditures. and all other student main- nged activities which are arranged by individual com- mittees. Approval of completed plans for n coming event must be secured from this committee before final steps are taken. TWT,-RRY ,Tris Tron 6 li.zrim'.:ir 213 THE ILLINI UNICN iFfH 1'3x Gi utter XV. Gonu: f.'li.1,'vw.ir1 ILLINI UNIO Gruru,r XV. Cioiul .. Iflmirfrliarz, Fnrnlly :Iil1'l,mr- Armin R. Kxrmin . , ........,, Iizrlillj' AJ! :mr faRl'1.,x Roni-Risim. . ,. ,...., . ,.F.1rnlij' .-Iilziinzr IRIN! D. Pirn-ox .. .... ...,.. S until Dirvizm, Illini Urziniz Ekxx IN I. St HR! ll4I'H ,,. ... . ,.-lvliug illiuiirurr-, Illini l'l1i0n K , E. Boxx 1 N, . . . ,.., .E.xcinr1zc Dn-srinr. Allimni Arroriiilivzz BARILXRA CAM!-',. .,.. ,,I'1iifClv.zlrm.zw, Dlniilffv' of Defi. of Public ferrite Fiuxi rs Hi u.v ..,.,,,.., ,...,., D if-frrnr, Dam. of I!'11v'Srf1ire XVIRI-INIX Hlfllul-s 4 .. ,I71rci','nf. Dvpf. nf Erllillillllfllrlll, Firm' Silrirflef It is the function of the Illini Union Board to unify and coordinate student activities. The Board super- vises the functions and services of the Illini Union which is defined in its Constitution as including all the students on campus. All University dances except class dances are under the jurisdiction of the Board, as are special davs and events, and student use of the Illini Union Building. Any profit from Illini Union functions are redistributed to the students in the form of free services and entertainment, in accord- ance with a budget approved bv the Board. ln the weekly meetings of the Illini Union Board, each director reports upon thc work of the com- mittees in her department and presents the commit- BOARD N BOARD BETTY LOXVRY ....,. ...Dim':f.f, Di-fri. nl Dizmter, Seroml Semeiller ALBERTA Mrxzri.. ..... .... D net-lor, Depl. of Sperm! Ap'q:r.v -IEANNFTTE Ross ........ ...,.... . ...,.... D rretfor, Depl. af Rerfeutum Ivifiiwua MCPHEE'1'raRs ............... Irzilulpezzdmz 1Y'amen'f Reprexenratizie Euxv.-inn IVIURPHY ,......,...... ,.,...... 1 zdepcndefzr Nerf.: Repreierzmlire ROBERT NORD ....,......... Fmfernily Merfr Reprererztalire, Fifi! Semefier Ivifxaofxarr PH1LLiPs ....................,. Saforzzy W'amen'i Reprefentaxive GEORGE Srukiu ..,......, Fmmvzify Alena Repivitiwmrizie. Seronrz' Xvmexfer tees' plan for future programs for suggestions and criticism. The choice of major chairmen by the di- rectors is subject to the approval of the Board. Suc- cessors to the directors are chosen by the Board on the basis of abilitv and service to the Illini Union. The representative of independent men and women and sorority and fraternity men and women are chosen by the Dean of Mens Council and the Dean of XVomen's Council. These representatives suggest xvavs in which the Illini Union may be of service to students and cooperate with their groups. They are responsible for bringing to the Board the views and opinions of the campus groups. Knight Schreiber Menzel Healy Robertson Goble Hedges 21+ Brain Nord Bowen Camp Pierson Phillips McPheeters Ross EXECUTIVE BOARD BARBARA CAMP ...... . .,.......,... . . DiI'I'I'I'or, DI'fmrlrIII'n1 of Publix XIIIIII Fmxtfs HEALY, ., VIRGINIA Hvnlihs , EI.Iz.IBITI-I J. I.UXX'RY ,,., Di AIRFRTA C, IXIVNZII -II.wNIfITr Ross. I'1II-Cluzlrnlml, lllnu L'r11IIu BIIIIIJ ,..., . ... I7lI'I'IlIII'. I75pI1rln1:'r1t II! Umar ,.DiI'I'I'!IIr, DPIDIIIIIIIIIJI nf DIIIIWI ffflrxl SI'IIIrIlI'I'1 IeIlIII', DI'jIIII1rI1I:1.' 'If DI1r1I'uI KSIIIIIIJ SIHIIIJIII . . ,. .,.D1II'I'!III', DI',1I.1IlmI'I1I II! SffItI'iIII :IMIIIII I'7.'IIItIIr, l'7:jmIlmII1I' III RI' II If' I -sv 'Q The diI'cctIII's of thc live IlcpIn'tnIcnts nf Illini Union Stndcnt fXctiI'itics form thc Executive Bonixl. The Cnnnnittcc acts as an cxccntivc grnnp 1InIl an IIlIf6l'I1l6LII111'Y lietnccn thc Council and thc Illini L'nion IIIIIIIII. It niccts wcclcly to discuss any prnlilcins wliich concern :Ill thc LlCl31ll'fllIL'I'lfS. and tn consider Ilctnils Inf policy. Dfp.1IlII1I'I1! I Cxxilf B IIIIIIR I 'III'-I, Il Ii," !7.'..' ff COUNCIL ffl DIIIIIII BIIII' YI, BEIIIIIMM. f'I'.I.fIII.II.- III 5,fII.':.IJ I1..fI.'..'II, tI'.III MARX' B. l.I'XX'IN . .. , ,, ..,, IflI.I.fIII.-,III III l'I.',-,III IJIIIIIII ELIZ.-IHEIH rl, IJIXX RX ..i.'lII1fv'1I1.1Il ffl I,'7II'I'.If l7..'I1III Brin' R. Ross . Ii!I.I:IIII.:II If IIIIIV IIIIIIIIIII M.-xRI3.IRI'It S'l'I'XX'I'IRT, I I' IIIII.II1 III IIIIIIII' ,IIIJ S,jII.III' 1'W.II,-.II DP.l1III!IIII'I1r III RIIIIIIIIIIII JUIIITTI1 A. IIIIIVRRI ., If!.I.'IIII,1II III c'IIfYIt IIIII I INT.-IRIORIF P, Ii.IRI,I' . .rf!I,I.fIIIIIII III TIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, EDIIII M. HrIwI.Is , I.I',IIIII II II R.I.!III IIIIIII M. j.IxI'I' WAY .. I I'.I,-III III If .IIIIIII IIIIIIII INIAR1 HA Is. XVAYXII , , Cffmfifi III 'fl SffII'.I.7 If IJIII D:'ff.IIl1m'11f IIj Il".1I ,YIIIIII P.IIRII'III .I BAUIII I ffff fiI'I,Ir1III: IIIII' lf! O EDIIII G. ,II-Mews.. I.!I.IIIIII,III III IJIIIIIIIIIIII IIII XIIIIII .K.'II.!IIIII H, EI.Iz.IIII'III I,I'nI.as , ,, . I'!I,IIIIII.IIz III Il".II SJIIIIIII The txventy-fIIIII' IIILIIOI' Cl11IIl'IIlCl1 nf the Illini Uninn forni thc Illini Union Council. The Cfonncil niccts lwi- Illfflllflllf' and Cach Cl111I1'l1I1lIl rcpnrts to thc gniup nn the work of his connnittcc. In these Incctings ouch l,III'IsI .-X IIIIIII I lf., I MIIIII' A. Waxiw , I ,..' I., II.I..IIIII.-. ,,'.f II P.I,I.fI IIII . Axxi I. LIRIIIIII I II II I UI.'III.f.I.fI I BI I IX M HIII IsI HI II I ,I.'III..,I I l':II'IlI..I.f: l.IXNIN R MII III IIIIII II III I I CI f.'. I1 f,f.If ' 'II.III. FIIIIII XII ,I XYXIII I I II I uw.. ,ILI I.-, In-I.II I'IIll'sX li Z:sIxIIIIxI . I HIIIIIIIII I HIIII- IIII' '..' IJ ff,'I f,'.' ' SI'III',:f ,l'I.I,'II INIIIIIl,l,Yis R .'xI'I'IIIiXI'Al I I II I III IIIIII1 ,II II' NIM Y -I KIII I xz In I II III.I.II.- II I'I,f R,:fI':II' IjIIIIsI MII ,IIIII If.. I,II III,III III I'I,IIIIIII.',i AIIIII fxllxl Rl I I, MI XXII I l,I,-IIIIIIII If I7.:.I',I' Img AIXIIIIIX I.. XY'-Ixxi IfI.IIIIII.II III HIII,-.I IIII IIIII' l.IInIs ll Mxiinis II'.III II.I..f I III IYIIIII.!II'.I 11:3 I.'lI1IiI'Innn lwccnincs licttci' I1cqIIIIiiItcIl xi ith his cII-xI'III'lg- cts. HC also gets ll cnnccpt nf thc functinning Inf the LIIIIHII IIs LI nhnlc and of thc Iictivitics nf Ilcpnrtincnts LIIILI I-Inninittccs licsillc his Imn. KV.1yne -I. Ross Why I.IIwry Grover Knllman hhfreiglit B. Russ Znaniccki flcnkim XY'ylIc C'IIdeIre Beidelman Earle Teller Lynun Stewart ilnrnp E, Hedges Mcnzc Healy MI'C.Irty 215 B.-xRn.uu flxmv liaiifffi ffl Guovi-it f LARK L , INIKCRFIGHT XVYl,IF ZNANIIECKI . , ,-'-' 'K Eiswrk Mumuirnr PARKFRSON THE ll.l.lNl DEPARTMENT or PUBLIC SERVICE Ixi oaxiumx Pi I an PL'I1lIi fra' IX rm blXKlNi. 216 .-ff! ! FNJ'SZi.llLlTV UNICDN The Department of Public Service is responsible for the lllini L'nion's contacts with other organizations. The Oflice Management Committee is in charge of Room 209, Illini Union Student Activity office. lt manages the business of the otlice and does the necessary clerical work. lts mem- bers also act as receptionists. The Guide and Travel Committee plans tours of the campus for any visitor who would like to see places of special interest. It has cooperated with the L'.S.O. in pro- viding tours for service men, and with the Orientation Committee in planning tours for freshmen. The Orientation Committee has been assigned by Dean Turner the duty of planning Freshman Activity Night, a program given each fall to introduce new students to activities in which they may participate. The committee also presents a series of meetings for freshmen, which will acquaint them with the L'niversity and make them feel a part of the student body. i 5 " t gg. E m. 34 ii 1 .7 i s 1 i t ' me 1' , ,-:ii l flimxiuios cosimiiii Isiiizxuxxs x I-xisiixiiu THE ILLINI DEPARTMENT OF All pulwlieitv for the Illini L'nion is hzintlletl hy the Puli- lieity Committee, uhieh xvorlts xi ith at pulilicitv representa- tive from each intiior coniniittee to plgin newspaper releases, hnndlmill distrilmution. posters, special elfeets and pe-rson.il :ind group contacts. Students welcome and entertain guests nt mixers, open houses, receptions, :ind other lllini Union events. 'lihese students are ineniliers of the Hosts tintl Hostesses lloininit- tee, which was neulv orgniiizetl this year. On the first Hoor, the Information Coniinittec has ti Iiooth xvhere anyone may conie to learn niluout the ctunpus :ind toxvn events and meetings, locations of liuiltlings, :intl eanipus activities. This service, nlso, uns nexvlv instituted this year. In addition to these functions, the Department of Pulilie Service carries on the L'nion's relations with various nai- tionril student and campus organizations. UNICDN PUBLIC SERVICE if' -vgafwt ,WNWV , . 1 rl 'z mf: X-r 1mS'N ss. ,X . . - A sv: Q-ng :ya-me .N X' ?f.-il-- Q34 T? Sfiiffrlgfkxe .... i . .W I Orriu Miss-.1 xuxr fmixuiiii ,ii Wokii E 2 gc l A 'Q s Q i C,uuFRRl E.iu1,r HFDGES Wav VVAYNE ji xxxi 1 II Russ P." . . 1 . .Nu 4 . ,., X3-S, ,. 9 X i gg . - Vx --R J ' X ' N l,.., X z My 4, g ge t , Q4 -X Q ' F I T o , - pg. , XM E f ff ' ' . r , , X, ,, A - . -t . -s was s, -' '- ., s ' "2 .sQ,:g:,,f113 ' x 1. 3 'I-1-.PT X ll' 1 umsii msrx joxns joan.-iN Ronrnz STUBBLEFIELD XVEBWFR XVESTWATER THE ll.l.lNl UNION DEPARTMENT or RECREATION BRIDLI ToL'Rw.ix11- NT PIANO IN Tl-lr PINE LOUNGE 218 The Department of Recreation, which is made up of five major committees, has turned its energies into making the Illini Union a recreational center for civilian and service men stu- dents. The Coffee Hour Committee has charge of Thursday afternoon Student-Faculty Coifee Hours and the Sunday after- noon "At Ease" progrann. Service men are invited to relax and enjoy the facilities of the Pine Lounge with an invited group of hostesses. The Music Hours provide classical recorded programs daily in the Music Lounge, while in the Pine Lounge, the Radio Music HOUR Iriixr Ti-xxx Muna., THE ll.l.lNl UNION DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIQN Hours Committee provides the hest-lilced radio prograins, and RA+D1f'H0l'R1N'1fff PW' Lf'f"1f daily hours of popular and semi-classical music. Ping-pong, howl- ing, billiards, hridge. chess and checkers keep the Tournaments Committee and the sports-minded students husy. At the weekly Illini Town Hall meetings topics of current interests are discussed. Forums in round tnhle discussions are lead ln' a faculty' mem- ber who is familiar with the suhiect being discussed. These in- formal meetings are planned so that the audience participates. OMER HOUR 9 'UN Aa! Koi I xi is Md .mrv XY AYNI 'xllllllllf AIIXHII l7lu.,' Ili ur " e ' a V x ,A 'Yi his . Comrruu Hum' SHFKl.li'ION Wi-ns1ER THE ILLINI UNION DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS MIIIUXIIXII Dim: 220 YN, ll 1 INI , 21 record dance in the Union Ballroom. The First special affair on the lllinois campus this veu xx is lJad's Day. The Department of Special Adairs registered ill the Dads and provided bright orange tags to identify them The President's Informal Reception was given in the line Lounge of the Union. There xvas also a special music hour and a hllllooil dance. The Illini Theater Guild presented "Arms and the Xlm Homecoming was a typically collegiate celebration, with some alterationsfa L'niversity of .Xlichigan ,-X.S.T.P. master of L e monies at the pep rally, our first women cheerleaders, and Prin cess llliniuelq to take the place formerly occupied by the Chief The Illini Union Pine Lounge was the scene of a lively co ee hour in the morning, and the Homecoming Stunt Shoxv xx IS an other high point, with the campus man-power shortage is the theme. Badge sales went over the top xvith a complete sell out "Nlarching Illini," a colored sound movie of the Univeisitx in xvar time, xvas shoxvn. The weekend xvas climaxed In tuo Homecoming dances, one in HutT Gym, a sellout, and the other ev. - A Fuimisin s Dix' "Mii1inwi xNJxiiiix THE ll.l.lNl UNION DEPARTMENT or SPECIAL AFFAIRS 'lihc Schmil l,nyalty' Clmnniittec managed the pep rallies lic- fwrc the DaLl's Day Illinois-Pittslmurg game and the l'lmnecnni- ing game. Brief liaslietliall pep rallies xierc made a part of All- L'iiix'ersity sings. 'lihis year's All-L'nii'ei'sity Sings intrmlucerl Cicimiiiiiin Giraffe. xihu appeared un the Bmiilliiaillc to allvcrtise each sing. A ca- pacity crmx'cl of service men and civilian students turned our ru fill the Auditorium every tim xieelas. Taking the spurlight fruin time tu time were lucal lwanlls and student entertainers. The second annual Illini L'ninn Slum, a student-xxrirten pru- Lllwfiflll. Was open to lmth civilian and Ci. l. talent. 'liitled "The Klirth nf a Nation," the musical cmnelly' satirizell pulirical life in YYashingtun. The seventy-sixth lvirtlulay of the L'niversity' nf lllinnis was uliserred with a special prograin on Xlarch 2, I-'mimlei"s Day. .Xlnther's Day entertainment presented hy various campus nr- ganizariuns was coordinated hy the Department of Special Af- fairs, which also presented the tradirinnal prncessiun, the crmrn- ing nf the May queen, and sales of cnrsages. Hifi x Hin si . -I 1 - aw fs..- 'IL " '5"f'3ii5"?3 , 'xx ., Tr: A QQ ' ,wifi rr: ' " i fi ll? if '- .ffillis s ' 'j1T?ndll rf 3 ,, ' Q ' ' ..., +---v-- if-A-5LL4 "..' -: A 1, .- 'ti . . -A- --......,..,.4...,... ,1 ,E f '1"x?"2tu?.a? ' 'X T gg- cgi X ... gil . 'V NNI A lffg Q' A l Nxrx' D-im is '31 X w K x :og .f X, Bruu 1 MAN Lewis Ross S'risxvART Errzmtrri J. Loxx RY Dunn i iff' ' ,Lf , 1- f . T ' -n umm - E. 8 ' , Til . . . X 3 J 4 , " l il' ' ' l' S Butts F-uxwrr Fi-nusi' Hixmmx HYDE Ronums w'ALI.IN WEINSTEIN XVHIITEN THE ILLINI UNION DEPARTMENT CDF DANCES 177 Snunon' NIGHT The Department of Dances provides 11 wide variety of dances for the campus. On Tuesday evenings in Room 314 of the lllini Union, square dancing classes are held for those students who wish to relax ii hit hefore studies. XVednesday nights beginning dancing lessons are offered free of charge, followed hy hrief mixers which give the students n chance to profit by the instruction. Nizw YrzAn's Eviz DANCING TN Tiny Gm-inc Rumi THE ILLINI UNICDN DEPARTMENT OF DANCES Club Commons on alternate Fridays is a novelty in Campus entertainment with its dancing, refreshments. and Hour shoxv. The beautiful Union Ballroom is always thriving xx ith activity on Saturday' nights. for couple dances and mixers are a ueelcly feature. In addition to all of these dances, special Huff Gyni tlanees are given throughout the year, often featuring big name orchestras. xx Sxx txt. York Pxntxi R 9 uv To SWEET Music 77 x PRAM 1 s Hr,x1.x' Dun lur LX A Jrxxms I.vMAN T11i.1.ER ANDERSON Lnvv STUPKA THE ll.l.lNl UNICN DEPARTMENT oF WAR SERVICE Sc R.-XP Booxs 77 4- Mixraa The Department of XVar Service coordinates the stu- dent war work done on the campus. It is composed of a number of committees, each having its own functions and working in cooperation with other university organizations. The Committee in Cooperation with the USO. pro- vides the Champaign and Urbana U.S.O.'s with women hostesses. It also plans entertainment for one night a week at each USO. The Red Cross Committee rolls bandages. assembles kit bags, and makes scrapbooks which are sent to Army hospitals, troop ships and trains. Throughout the year lVar Stamps are sold by the XVar Savings Committee and its committee members, the Minute Maids. During the holiday season and at special University dances this group sponsored the sale of war stamp corsages. TH? AIIBI ii Nuns THE ll.l.lNl UNION DEPARTMENT OF WAR SERVICE The Salvage Committee worked with Torch in promoting the salvaging of necessary war niate1'ials. Every Sunday afternoon the Cjonnnittcc for Recreation for Servicemen sponsors a dance in the Illini Union for service men in the L'niversity. This committee also co- operates with Panhellenic and XY.G.S. in planning Open . Houses and other entertainment for service men given hy the members of these organizations in their own houses. Early in the fall this committee helped with the XYar Chest Dance, the profits of which were the Illini L'nion's contri- bution to the student XYQ11' Chest Drive. Another attractive feature of the Recreation for Service Men Committee is the lllini Union Open Houses which are held for each group of service students when they enter the L'niversity. Rin KRQN Rrcnrxriox ron Si-Rxrcr MEN 225 Illini, 110-11' in the iirlllcn' forces. who bin' Ruin ni XY, Ai xixrax Dxxlll 4 . Am-1 nsox ,lixiis R B.-imixnks Eizxxix Bixm S. lui1'Bus11R FR1'twf'I. Bunn Rwmm Hi V1 wrmooxs THE ILLINI UNION AND THE WAR HONOR ROLL 0 .Q'i'I.'L'll Ullfifillltiill IQ' sci'-vit' I..-wc'R1ENci- V, Coxxx Ax' -I-wx XV. Gaixis Huxvfmn A. Cmniwtix F, Ai.FRiD Gocmrn IUHN Hnnnmx Guzxx P. Hoi,i'H.xL's ARTHUR T, Lixxox THE ASTPfV-12 ILLINI UNION Coinpany representatives from the ASTP and Y-12 thc lllini lfninn Council to discuss the place of service e ro Illini Union Sfllde C O U N CI L nr Activities SHERMAN M, LEW Euxv.-mo MERDINGER hfARNHAl.I. MIGATZ IDON.-KLD RENICK Rifuann R. SCHINDLER Dux.-iw S. XNVH.-KM Buum' XVORTH meet with members of men students in campus activities. Pinch lnaiior chairman presents the work of service men olsier suggestions or criticisms. This council her committee and the aids greatly in thc plan- ning of 11 progrznn which all students can take part in and enioy, and arranges the times of events so they will correspond to free hours of the different groups. 1 226 Hu-rx' Nux' Yr un AFTHQ 'IHI' inn is Uxlw nr 54 fIl'h1UNlK1UNN RELAAING THF Pwr Inuwr 227 Y. .C.. X' . ,V .ialflq - ' ' X 5 , . 'Ks Q x X X N s YQ ox ". I.-X NNY. V- xi, "l :gg . '- -ss my ms Q N , f 'Mill "RN o n ' . :ik 'P ' 'Sm is at I-onnisi K, Urol Hrmzv E. XVIIAON IM .,u1'iu.f Gt ut nfl Strwlilfj SECRETARIAI, STAFF HINRY E. Yf"II,NON, Gmtml .N'tt1i.'.1i'i pull H, H ML,,u,u M. I. C.cu.Dxx iii, Ayrm' C. Woou I in III mi R. I -xnxx I'lI HHH BMDLI-v CABINILI MEMBERS 11.,RRyti 4 QW , , , ,...... Pwiidwzf ALBFRT T. jorm ., .. ....,... Club Cnnnrfl fxiiiuv. R XY: 1 1 s . V ... .,,, Rofmlw ADRIAN R. Wi 1 is. .. ..,.,,, Pnlflfr Rvlizrifng.. I III s i i tx D. M xkocis , .... Im ilwm.m Frllfiirrbfji 51 rPHl N T.-txt., ...,.. .. Iultfuizrnnzizl Fm rnlrbrp R xi i-H Roiusox . ... . .. .. Fnufnlt' I-wwlln ROHLRT H. JARRIYLL .. . . . ,,. . ....,, ....Me1nbef.blp I. xY1 RXI Axim lzsox . .. . , .i Sfftml Rttllhlllvll llil.-IIQRIQF KIMIIROUGH , . ..,,...,. A .. . .Frurlirzzizrz Fellrfzrrbfji Mi Rios Aiisxxiu n . . .,., Y.i1n.m.u'- Llwoli Afliumnni hrs Waxnrnrn ...... , ..,, ., . .S'tf11nunu'.- fflwwlv xlllumlinn-r ln this seventy-first year of its life and service on the L'niversity of Illinois campus, the Young hlen's Christian Association has sought to adiust its program so as to meet the needs of all students, civilians as yvell as those xvho are in uniform. The committees of the Association have continued fo carry on their responsibility for organizing the xvorlt. .-Xt the same time, a far-reaching program of service has been planned and carried through forthe students in uniform on the campus. Through forums, study and interest groups, service proiects, socials, personal counseling, inspirational meetings, and in many other yvays. the seeks to reach every student. directly or indirectly, whether he is a member of the organization or IIOIZ. Servicemen have been active in helping to develop a program to fit the needs of their comrades. Throughout its history the has been busy arm- ing young men xvith ideals, not only for their student days but for the years ahead. The splendid building at XVright and Chalmers streets contains comfortable and inviting lounges, reading and game rooms. The building is a popular center of campus life. ln 10-I+ the L'niversity association joins with the other Y.Al.C.A.'s of the xvorld in celebrating the lOOth anniversary of the founding of the first Y.M.C.A. by George XVilliams, in London, England, june 6, 18-I-I. Marquis W'ood Robison Loldwell Anderson Morgan Alexander Kimbrough join Orr XVells 7 78 Wfanderer Wfilson jarrell Tang 1-""' ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFVI K, C, I..ai1snx, '1s, svizisiiiiiiil . . Pf.i1,1Lf,i,' FR.-ixmi-s Bi-vi XV.-xiixiss, '31, Ki-ii:.ai,u .. , I'n4-Pnvf.ltu.' Cam SIFPHINN, 11, ms imirl , Miit.'.vx XV.wsi R. Bixxrii. CU. tiiiciui Yum' Since IH73. the Alumni Assweiatirm has been the agency wliieh "Begins Where Student Days lfndf' Its piihlientiun. Illinois Alumni News, goes innntlily' to 77,000 former students, i'epoi'ting' the gietivities of their Illini friends and nf the L'nii'ersity. lt nmintnins eurrent addresses and Iiingmpliienl infuriiinitinn fur these tlionsnnds of Illini. including inure than Iillllll in the service of their country. In behalf of the L'nii'ersity, the Association is seek- sw mans : I X CIQRS 1 E Huxxis, 13, 1 iiixiiwiim , lwiinl1iiAiln.'.1iy I.. B, YHIINI-IR, ii, Ciifxxiv.-iinx . . .llimlfirifwfff Dmilfn XX'iiiii1 XYissxi'is, '22, Ou-L Prim lbiiifli. Fi-LAI pIil,'if,'.'ii vlxxiis I Inuit.. 32, Vrniisi It 'vif Illm 'f.'v .llmf1miX'iiii ing to ereiite Iietter pulvlie relations xi ith high sehnnls, nexrspiipers :ind penple nf the state in general. NYC xixint zilunini and fnrniei' students tn visit us :it the Illini L'ninn Iniilding nn the ciinipus. nr nt the Illini Center in the In Salle Hutel, Cfliieqigu. lfeel free tn enll un us any time ue can nssist ynu. We hope rn justify the faith nf thnuszinds nf Illini uhm have Ine- ennie inenilrers nf the .-Xlunini Assoeintimi. 229 ROGER WILLIAM'S FELLOWSHIP OF THE UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS To VIIITIIITNIIII 1'c'Iig'iu115 mm' ,vovial life 1111101155 Bnprisr SIIHIIBYITS STAFF Pxm I.. l,II'l 1 NHIKI lx. .. ..,...,...., . . ,,. .II1111I1v1- IFILIII OH-1 xmxln .... 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Xawemry Rn HNRD M1 ,RRR , l'11e-P1,wi,lp11,' ,lfmx LIN I IRR , .'I'r'mJ11ver XYESLEY STUDENT COUNCIL Snwycr Funk Mntcrn Vollmcr Kipp I.cF0rgc Dr. Burt Buyer Mcdcndorp XV.xgg4mcr I-Ierbrnndson Stull Mr, Love Parking Littlcr Parry Atchnwn hlorris Wfcmhocncr Kauliman 230 HILLEL FOUNDATION To .vcr-z'u flu' 1'1rlr1r1'111, .vm'i11l mm' 1'ulig'iu11.1' llA.'U1'f,V nf rlnc juzsixln .S'f1f11'c11rx un flu' Cd7lllDIlS of the U11i1z'ur.viry of llIi11ui,1' S 'I' A F F IDR. A. In Sac H.-111 .., . , . . , .1'w,'1,11, R,-mul A. G. S1111 Maxx, .. .11 11.1.1111 l'!,1111Jf MRQ. G1 S1 Hxxanz 51111: 1 STL'DI11N'1' CIO UNCIL UFIVICICRS lVf.-XRILLYN APP1,1,s,-xmr ,,,, H. . , P11 11.1. 11: lil! 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V11 1-VP1. 11.11 111' F1111 ll K ml' , .7'fu1:,1,vrer Peterson S.1n1lerso11 Bury Hxnc Pw1tlQc11 McD0n.1lLl Yfvung Fluw D11-wlcy l..1111cmu 4 wnklln A Bissell Moblcy Pattiwn Blick Sl1.1ll111lc Kagy Brukc11r1Jgc 231 c'q P 'lf X , N xx? u k Q fix QW x iw Q J -, . -S K ix e s i -1 ,N my Q. , lv, - ...-Y' Q, xy .f A xfx-ww . .5 F Q' 1 Y- K. 1 - . , Q ' S' -9' A 4 1 N' Q Q 5 -we fx 4. X +- x W' UNIVERSITY WCMEINI xfa X "' fl ,..'JA,,,.: -44 1:-'l-- fgcfp -7- -- - 'g"' H " ' Z -A l 3 x " ui Q- J 623,15 1 !!.,17Z-., , ' ' 9 . ,.111l14l 2 ' if 1' ' fi". .4 f f': ' 11 'f-gr, Q 1164464691111 Ks in fm' Q W -- 4,4 -4- ' :l b dll, N X Wa" Y f 9 . X ..'.6'f:33 " ' O? ' .. ' 5- :x '00 5 r 4, :-fil giff 'gif , Xl.u:rn.x L. NlcPin.i irixs I'ru.t1Jul1r EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Xl utiii x l,. KliIPllliI'flIIRS. . . .... Preridellt LoL.x G. CLARIQ ....,. . . .Dixrriet C1.711f1'71li77I Cloxsrxxcii Xl. Rn Alum. . . ..... SCL'I'e'Tt7V'V l.n,i,i,xN H. Fo1cias'i'RR. . . . . .Dixtiiet Cbairvlmvz liivxx lf. Cioi,ni:i'iua. . . ......... T1't'i1x11re1' Eriixxok R. Slifitiixifxxx. . . . . .District Chflfl'7llfl7I Hi-,Li--N ID. Xliiiifit. . . . . .f'll'C.Vb7l1illl flu'4z'im1' l:fr.1.,x NI. XXYIQXIIIUICXIFR. . . . . .District Cb1'Ii7'71In1lI XI xiurxiu i A. llrvi-Tia. . . . .llirrricf Cbi1fI'llli1ii Piiviiis tl. ZICISIIR ...... . . .District Cbai1'71m71 XYonian's Ciroup System is the only organization that functions entirely for the heneiit of the indepen- dent yvoincn. 'lihe activities which the groups carry on help to unite the houses. and further an interest in campus activities. Aniong the extra-curricular activities are all-group parties. a Cjhristnias inusicalc, and a stunt shoxv. The ..f 3 av as EA: x XYatchelca Sing, which is held in the spring, urges all houses to compete for top musical honors. A new at- traction, the monthly newspaper T1'i1i1'eu'i11a',v, familiar- izes the campus with the work of lV.G.S. All independent women give a special banquet on Klother's Day xveek-end. The spring activities are cliniaxed hy a recognition service, at which the out- , -Qgwsg ' 7 wk RX-, K ' N N 1. CLARK Zi-iisruit Uaixiiioiimiik Siiiici-:MANS FOIZRSTER Buvmt 234 W. G. S. 'RS' ... -X . ,VX .Y I . 1 ,1X,.1l M Ixlxxiin Ii,-.x I iiurimiin ,X:.n.'.:w In : CQOKI.XII'I"I'IfI-' CHA I RRI ICN Bri iw' ,I. lull! , . . Niii.iff.i,'w Iii: x M Iivixx KI NIXI N.v.1fif'f'f I: JEAN D Fixhin , . ,, 3Hi.'.1f Pm I I ix I Mx I in , .Ilfi Cmnt. A, KIIIIIIIR .Ising DISTRICII' SUB-CHA I RRI FN Dfixrq C1 Ama Lim M E: its I-ini M tvrnrrinn Mnuw. P1 unix, Hmm XXI, AUl'RBA1H imma M Farm- in Ri in I Iixxix M,xfu,xni1 R Sim ner IXIARI ina L. fmuw Axx L9-xnninm Mum ,-X Ixfuwnxrt In I iv l. vvrmn :ruin U'.G.S. inclnlrcrs of the yczn' are Iwnorcd. 'Iihcre is aim an honor plaque revealing the nnnncs uf Imuscn that were exceptionally' high in zicndeinic, sncinil, and service activities. The XXI0llHlIliS Group SXSICIN is t'XL'CCLIIl1gIX ini- portaint this ycnii' dnc to thc grunt IllL'I'L'11SC in thc ., - R it Abcr Garrigan Auethatli Frcrnhs M,mwIi.iL Finger Ro-,tu Ktm'nIQkx ninnlvci' nf its incinhers Irccnusc uf thc uccnpgitiim hy thc United Stntcs Navy uf thc L'riix'c1'sity reaidcnce. XYILS. is to hc cmnnicmicd on thc cmvpcixitiim of its IIICIIIIICFS in thc x'n1'ious cznnpus d1'ix'ea, its spnnsu1'- ship uf cntcrtninincnt fur incn in thc scrvicc, and itS cinphnsis on service in cx'c1'y field. EEE like Stuhhichcl-I I Inns! Grlrnlh Leu 15 Kuuhlur Nyur Miller 235 Y. W. C. A. Pruii R. M. l7ox.ui. -ll'ANIfT'I'E I.. Smfronn Rorux M. RUSSELL Pu i1.!ih" l 'li'rYPfr,v1rlr ul I'1rc-Pru.mlt'11! OFFICERS lillll I R. M4 Dos Xl iv , ..... .,. . Pu -nh 11: P.+iR1cl.x H. GAY .... .. ... ...Srrlil.ii5 ,ll im iii I.. Smriono .. . F11 il l'1ir-Pi. i1.lw11 DORFITHVF H, XY!l.rXYI'R .... .. .,.... Treizmfur Roms M. Iii'ssri.i . . ..S.iffn.! I In-Pn -1.!.nr Miss ANN? GR.-WML! ,. .... Gi-urnzl Ssrrrlfny The Young XYomen's Christian Association in its sixtieth year on the L'niversity of Illinois campus. serves as a laboratory for practical religious living. Through its program. young women students can clarify and learn to apply their faith in God and in the ideals of the democratic way of life that accompany this faith in our country. members formulate their ideals in discussion groups, and then apply them in their xvorlc in the organization and in their daily lives. Yespers are held every Thursday to help stu- dents groxv in their religious experiences. Through public affairs discussion groups. work xx ith community social agencies, and leadership of -so 'TT 5' 'Z T Girl's Club programs in the public schools, girls in the get practical experience in the solution of some of the important social and economic problems of the day. As part of the war effort in the Y.YV.C.A.. the U.S.O. department cooperates with the com- munity L'.S.O., while the social recreation depart- ment includes the service men on campus in their program. Through its freshman department and a xvide variety of social and recreational activities, the Y.XV.C.A. provides girls with marvelous opportuni- ties to make new friends among the students and 51' faculty. gg. .xy Er. , ' SAxlwvol'1vr Sum BAUER IVTCDONALD C1-iuiuntrx' D1 XX inri M.,vr1'Hvs Axim:-xv s ROHDE lxEl.Ll?Y 236 Y. .C.. '.X,..x-:ww X x X ty F W -as if LJLSSTQ Pa'i'nn.ia H. Gam' Doizoini-I' I-I. XY'ixu'rR SI'Iw.'.1rj Tfhiitzrti CABINET .Xl Ai ii E E. Axunrxxs . .1f1rtvf1.111fin.1! Ifi1If,'I!il'.'f' SHIRLEY j. Baum, .. ,. , ., RI.n.i.f,w,- Jmxrrtr Ci-iusiiuix' , . Rtliq,',,1,. L,:',',i,i.f.- rl .wo I -. 'iiox fnwnzinz fiiiioflffi .tall M Qi RI II fo I 1 D I ' JOAN L. f.RINT ljrtifmmzi 171-ilfwznw l.I.1i!Ii Am-LF DIXVI nrt . .. , L' yu. PATRICIA H. GAY. . ,. . , , I ffmrzxlnsni L f 1 :I I lW.'XRG.-IRI T A. Hrustvx .. .,,, Fit -lwlinl Dlvrni www 1.I.zIltr JEAN F. HVRT.. ,, Fu -lwmu Dmnv wffu l.I.1.fti , . . . Yvihzl Dontrrnx' F. Kumi . Nils. AILTN K, LAIN1. , Kf1.11in1.m, .'l.I'zf,.f1fj Bff.n.J Any woman student ofthe L'niversity of Illinois is eligible to become a member of the L'nii'ersity Y.XV.C.A. It is an inter-racial. inter-denominaticmal. and inter-national fellowship of student and faculty women. Nlemlwership in the gives any girl the opportunity to participate in Inter-Collegiate Con- ferences, to become a member of the lVorld's Y.YV.C.A., and to CIIICI' the XVorld Student Christian Assn Gmwiii f,.f.'tf.fl XI.nf.wn E Xl B If R S El :Lim iii wl. l.oxx RX Xnm!.1i lf: I z.w.'X ' I Inf, I.oRis R, lXlXIlHYs Gull Ilnffw lllii Nxmx E Mn' l'f'f'Vf'w. .WJ-" HAHIMR.-X ,l INIIDQINAII: . P:1fwln:."i SHIRIIY A, Rasmii.. Ifnilfmau lifiiat 'fii 1 1..1.!If jiax Rasuoivn 1ffIJm.m Dina In l.I.1.:Iv Donoiin' -I RITIIR Fu1fVrf1.1v lim: 1-i.' '11 l.I.1Ifl Hull G. Roum , Cn! Ninn ATKRIIYN A. SaxLwQt'isi Fwifrfxaf HIIIX B. Sinn If1nf'R,:.w.1l RI!,1x.wf:. Domrim' I.. Wiisox I-Hillman Dfwfi-wif lI.i.!If Federation. The annual Doll Show had scenes of activities, events, and traditions on the campus since the found- ing of the L'nivcrsity in 1857 to portray the theme -"lt Happened Here." The dolls were tlistrilmuted among various orphanages. hospitals, and welfare societies for children in Chicago. Rantoul, Champaign, and L'rhana. he 4- 0531 , M- 1- ,... 59" Wlllsim HURT Cnisr Riiiiiz Hui-xox RANDALL I.oxx RY RANIIIDLPH M-ix' Coiiox qs- -Ji 3 1 odel Orado Br Tafg 141 :uxxx 1lHnIl'x Finn' Pmmf' XYINAIR, "I,uRxlm 'I'x11" v 'LY' ,N 2 Pl I 38 Sun Prim "Hmm PAR.xnr" "IT HAPPENED HERE" 9 'Z 3915 A xx Ef 3 x xg.. XYTLSH HOUSES "XV.A.T.C, ON PARADE jmNxr'r'1r CH l' um rx' Gurrnzlc lumn1.u1 uf ilu Dull Sfw Zin TAL' AIPIIXK Fuwr P1,Ac1'XX'1xm1m PL 4, lHlElX1IRllx ANTINKV I ru, Wuxi Nmx-Glnrv linux .A.A. K1-VP YOVR EY1 Q UN x Q93 ' XYIILL Sm MIM IV um Bum' I BE CAREFUJ. XVIII-K Triosz' Hmxrx' Srrcxs! I ACTIVITIES .- 1. .. ,' IYHS? Ixl 1 39 .wk ,MV .A. A. ' lf' N X E. H.xRRvi'r'rr Satvilns -lo Axxif Booxrk DOROTHY F. GARMIN BETTY J. VANDOREN Pi wm'rr1l I 'Ire-Prrmli ul Tr'r4lJl4r'u1 Sm'r'rlm'y L. Hasan iii' Sain as , .., ..Prt,-ideur Bntrv J. VANDORFN ...Sefwlmy ,lo Ass: Booxin ...I'm-Pffmlnzl Donorm' F. Cl.-XRRFN .. .,... Tmmnw- AD VISORY BOARD E. Hinrzxii ir Sai vi as . ,, .,,. Pmidwzl Eialxif M. Zxv lui.. ,, ...Iam-hflnie Almmgui- ,lim Axxi Boolean . ...I'mvPi-wrdffzl Lonmixr M, Mirscnxi ...Imiii-zdmzl Almiagu BrTTv ,l. Y.+xDoxi x , . Donoiiiv F. Guuxix. . l..xvFiu:xI Binoxiax ,. . . . , .Suiml , .S4'i'r'Un:r3 . ....., 'I'r'uai14wr Clmli mm: H. Eiinmin lxmu ., ...,,.. Pnblmzg Clnurmim Rosrim N, KIPH.-im .. .. ,Gmunil Sfmfli Ali1m:gi'r ln these xvar-torn days, physical ritness b CCOIHCS vital in its importance. Participation in lV.A.A. activi- ties helps a girl to attain the physical fitness as yvell as the mental stability necessary to lit her for the stress of these times. lt is not necessary for a girl to be a skilled athlete giffl Q tr. ii' NM i - U vs. , 5,1 Q rf- . . A - A . ' 'Q ' . 'tg' " . v - :She 1. i Q rv. " U . ti.. -. Dovvrm' Zoi-mn Binmmx Eanii 2-HJ iNfATHlLD.4. M. STERNFFLD Eniilx M. Scnxxfxnx. .. lyunjoizrr Rum, B.S.. Loi ISI' Fiufrn, A.M.. ., Ortlw,i1,f Rep:-e.ve111i1!11f Tmupiu Rspl'e1er1lulir'v ...,, .,....... Adi-jim . .... rIu'r'l.mr to participate in XV.A.A. activities. lV.A.A. provides instruction in almost every sport-and almost every sport is included in its four-season program. Any girl is eligible to ioin XV.A.A. Upon comple- tion of one sports season, she is eligible to vote and hold oflice. Alpha Sigma Nu, XV..-LA. honorary, offers Bnrciuxniiicr is il SQ i.:5" jonofm Moncrwsrifnx . A. A. 1 '-it ur an YJ?--v T' Ros1f11.1 M, KIPIHR1 H E11f11-1111 l,1111'. li111r.1 M Zxxlr 11 I.11111e11x1 M, M11N1111x1 G11111.:l ,Yf1111l1 .ll.11111u1'1 P11N111'.'1 1 !1,1.11r11.111 I111.1! 11111 .ll111, ',.' 1111 I f,-,. ' 111 1.f.n..-1' .ll,111,1,-11 SPORTS .XlAN.XCilfRS 311,11 ln C,1Rx1R .11.1'1 M1111111z11 l,l?1I-llklfi H111i11 BARMR.-1 Ali Runs.. B.1.1f111.-11 1 j1,1x I7 H1 111 H111i11 B1 iw D. RYAN. 5-f1f"31"-'-"'1 VIL -1x1 1 1 ,I P1 ll ll 11 IC ,'.. 1 11111 Al-XRVIORII P. EARL! , 8,1-i1,'11.11'f sH11z111 K B1z11111Xs 81111111111 Main' -1. M1CQ1UR1' l5.11l'1uf1,1lf P1111111s 1 1 xr.1:.1.11111 l111:!1.1!.' 511.1 Y D. SPRUAT, .. B.:-51115 ..'1 '1' H111 X. M AI11111,1xs1111x 511,'1l1,1!! Do1111TH1 L, B1111 KI x111111.1 , l5:ll1.11.f1 ,l1r,1 Q1 ,l1111111x 'l',1!1J1 11111111 B11 11' M. Jmmsox B1 1 IN ,I H1 11 7111111 Y11 111 L, Brmsrrix 511111111 1111111111111 XY, I.11x1s , 711.11111 514111111 B. DlhPPFl,l' B 11 1111. l1r.1 A H 11111 11 -N l'1H111'.11'l Af-XRII rx E. Wworw 811111114 1 111111 R P1111x1s.s , 121111 111.111 A1111 mr M, Z111-11.111 , 13111111-1111 1llCll1llC1'Sl1lp to A1111 girl coiiiplcting eight sports sca- sons and lmving Ll L'nivcrsity 111'cr11gc of "li" Highest uxvnrd given by XV..-XA. is thc Nlniur 1111'111'ded to those 111111 successfully' complete tcm spurt scaisuns. Orange class l1llII1Cl'LllS nrc 1111'111'1lc1l to tlmsc girls cuinplcting six sports sc11s1111s. KVM-XA. sp1111s11rs il.Cl'l41l- .N pin, l'l11l1UI'Lllij' s11i111111i11g socicty, and Orclicsis. 1111111- c11's i11tc1'pret:1ti1'c dance groups. YY..-X..-X. nctivitics C11c11111'a1gc g11111l sp111'ts111:111sl1ip :md furtlicr lC111lcrsl1ip, 111111-I1 will Cnnlmle the ,-X111Cr- icuii xxvlllllflll tu nssumc licr proper plgicc in tlic XY4ll'l1l in 11l1icl1 110 live. 1 1 X V 1:1 ya 1 ,A vm '- pq 1 lg, -N. ,. xhk 1 px.- gem, - X L 'A ,1 X , Q ' ' 1 pi- 1 1 lk A 1 P 21' ' 'dn 1 1..- -111 1 111.111 E3 11 ' 1 rr 1- A is f1'xx1x1.111x1 E1x111114111 P111 1111 Rows l'lI'R'I G.1Rx11x 2-ll M xiiiii lvl M. Niiuxrrip 1Mi.',!iu,' ORCHESIS M,-xiim.tr.a M. S1 mmm in ...... , ,.,.., . ...Pri inftuf Ros: 1 1 A M, KYPHART . ...'1'm1,,mii ILLI7.-XIKIETH I.. Hvur. . . .. . .,.,... .,...., .... 5 i 'rtsrizq FACULTY SPONSOR I 1.-xml Is.4tu'l. XXVFIL-I', A.M, MICMBICRS OF CONCERT GROUP Cviu BIIURILK l.ORR.-H512 M. lNfIEsCHKE Ivhnoautr L, Tl-Iona: RfYNI'Ll.:X N. KIPHKIU Bri.L1- barrow' Vioi..-x K. 'I'i.'RNEx' Emni A, Emu Isinniim M. Srrnxrrsm Leona D, XVOOD EII7.-XBl'IH L. Hvpr The dance group Orchesis takes its name from the Greek word meaning movement. The idea of this organization is to express emotion through rhythmic movements and composition. To bring modern dancing to the college campus, a dance honorary was founded at the University of lYisconsin. This was the original chapter of Orchesis, and later on, the group was established at the Uni- versity of Illinois. Anyone who has some interest in or feeling for expression through dancing is eligible for membership. Orchesis is made up of tivo groupsfthe beginning group and the concert group, which is for advanced members. Meetings are held once 21 week for a two- hour session. Every vear, in the early spring, Orchesis presents a dance concert. This concert is usually a lavish affair, complete with elaborate costumes and beautiful settings. Many other dance recitals are given bv the concert group throughout the school vcar. X, r I 1 Hyde Thomas Migon Turney Kephart XX'-mtl Sternleld Sadow 242 TERRAPIN OFFICERS EILFEN K Si I-Ixx um VIRGINIA G, Fiuosiu' D.II1I.I1rx B Isaxxsos .. .Seri i'1.II,I EII LEN K. SLHXVARK Pimziimil IfACL'l,TY SPONSORS DonorHx'SriHMrI1 Rfxwi Ixus, AAI. hlXR'lH.-X V.wmi.III' FIYHOM-KN, A,M MIQMIEICRS .llnjor TCI'I'I1pfl1 VIRGINIA G. Froosxr EILIFN K. YHWARK jrxiisi GARFPIN yllinor Tcrrirpill BARBARA Bnirr ,lrssis M, DANIFL Doronrs M. LFPPL.-i Drmls I, Posmsiz CAROLYN R, DAI,ItNnAr'H D.-XRLFFN B. I.AwsoN Dngnrm- A. Lpppu Pliltfge M.4R'l HA D, FII.aNIcI.Iw Terrapin, an honorary swinuning club, was founded in 1923, for the purpose of promoting and maintain- ing an interest and proliciency in all phases of aquatic activities. Members of Terrapin are chosen by tryouts, held soon after registration each semester, and are placed in one of two divisions, Maior or Minor Terrapin, ac- cording to their degree of skill. VVeekly meetings are spent improving dives and SXYlIllllllI1g' strokes and prac- ticing for the water pageant. Terrapin's annual water pageant, an entirely orig- inal production is presented on Klother's Day week- end. At this time, lHSlHl561'S demonstrate their abili- ties in swimining and diving. Synchronized swiinniing and water formations are accompanied hy music and unusual lighting effects. Dallenbach Franklin D. M. Le pla Britt Lawson Daniel D. A. Leppla Posner Gairllgin Scliwark Fedosky 243 r l I I-H I I xx lf' RX PUBLICATICDNS QW: X Y'-I fn.,-,--f-4.-.X-'--'-A- fg:a- -7, -' - A"" 'Z' ' xi A Z l 4 -M . : fi A ' N xg., --ff ' , ,iv--f1aw A 3, wg 55:53, ,ffllilflw Z "1 "' u ' - .' fp ff -'I ., '-re "ir :!'f4g997f" -' .I 'IJFZ '-Tgg' 1- M4 E . f' x M- XM ' H " -5' :indi a-' , 3' - ev... ,:. - 2, 5 ,, , '2 '-Ffh " ,'LfZ' V 1,-' lj, 9:1 thx -j Y f 0 .ff 1. X. - Y PUBLICATIONS THE DAILX' IL1.1N1 T115 ILLINOIS AGRICULTURALIST THE 11.1.10 Tlll? TECHNOGRAP11 P.u'1. C. hIClNIlL1HAFL l f',.rr1f'.1u,1 .Iliimluir 'T BITZE11 NEWAIARK ILLINI PUBLISHING COMPANY The Illini Publishing Company is an organization chartered under the laws of the State of Illinois, for the purpose of printing and distributing all student publications as well as doing a general printing and publishing business. The four othcially recognized student publications under the control of the Coin- pany are The Daily Illini. the student newspaperg The Illio, the yearbookg The Technograph. a magazine edited by the Engineering studentsg and The Illinois Agriculturalist which is published for the Agricultural students. The inanageinent of the corporation is vested in a board of directors made up of eight niembers. Four faculty members are appointed by the President of the University. The remaining four n1e111bers are undergraduate students elected by the student body. two nienibers each year to serve for two years. -'-q.,,,N' JH? 5.46.1 """ 'T- -1 4 RITTER KACALIEFE Nr 1 'N BGA-XRD OF DIRECTORS 5 .- S Asxrix R. Kwimrr . . Citmf Facfllfy .llcmlfeixv Srlfdclit illclllllurx CFCII. A. BIOYFR Manoir B, Birzria ef F ,, Fitrtuuciq S. Sirerrar Ciuusr D. K.-XC.-XI,XI5l'F , FRED H. 'IIRNFR I-Iriwriir Nrxwisikx ' ' DoRorm' j. Rn'1'F1t -'5 if Armin R, Kxii, Iifi,Hfrr1.n1 IIT ILLINI PUBLISHING COMPANY One of the faculty members is designated as Chairman of the Board of Directors and President of the Company. ln addition to supervising the management of the publications, the Board encourages initiative and judgment on the part of the staffs. Student editors and business managers of the various publications are elected by the Board of Directors on the basis of all-around merit. A Business Manager of the Company, not eligible for membership on the Board of Directors, is employed to operate the business, and to advise the stu- dent leaders. The general policy of the lllini Publishing Company is to serve the University and the community by printing, publishing. and distributing publications of the highest standard of quality at the lowest possible cost. ,. f, J? N Sinus -. TURNER SIEBERT M1 ,Yrs 2-I7 I , 4 8 Rxxxlx Souoaorr THE ILLICD OF 1944 SENIOR STAFF SARAH M. IYIIII.-XRD BI-XRILYX M. Ramaxx Bnnzmy. ,H.1fmuLr lilrlfff JALQL'I:l ml- A. SIANIIUPI' Emm Sfllitllltbfl- Blum: vw' .Hm1,1!uur' IZ1f1.fffz ,--f "" 1 l ST.-xxncwli INIII mum x ,L F- , T' ii . "5 , "' ' K me .g 5. A ,xi V W, , N V as. BxLL1N I'-141411, S1 rxx .ua 1' Mm II JUNIQR 153 Alan x F, BM 1 xx Jul I., Hn K1-I. IMRIIIHY A. Hmm! HI ln' A. Mnxulv: THE Ir: x I., Mm :wr Hrxuu AIIIAIHIX X'i'fxYNr Z1 ISI I II DITORIAL STAFF RIM A 5IIXXkRI Duxmm' M SYRIII INIARIIIX I., XYAYNI PHXIIIN -I ZIINIIII uR1ux,5ff,v:, ILLIO OF 1944 ARTIST fxnl A IXIUILIR J. XYIIII mu Krxxx m' JUNIOR DAVID Drxls PEGGY A. GRAHAM BFRNICE ,I, HOLLM.-INN Bl.'SINIQSS STAIVF IXIARIUN In -IINKIXN Ann: I., Nunaxz DURUIHY XYVHIIII' FR1ll1nnr4II.Bm,Um R4-mm If H Dux T XVIII l'l .f,,yf.1ffl'U um .l,,1.,,m. L XXII-ill x I mm IIXXIN I'!ffflff4f.ffvlfIw I.: I' A, 5l'l I lux II,um1,1- 'I 1 xx xmmu QQ , l Y ' f , 'T - 1. 'Rv f I 'I - ' V 3, , . ':,..S , W, . N T ,, . ' ,jig f X ' Jnm-:Iss DENIS Gxuufm H01 LMANN XVHIPP MESERVE I x 5' s W Q ,, Nillgmxkw x x ,,wNi.,p Q PRP? Wk ,g,,.a' Y , N :,,5. .. 5+ 5 -r, . 6 . X- xx, . Q. X Q N.. 2 b V, if ix XX . MOI II-R xv 2-I9 RI IH AIIIY Rum' BAI I ls -IANII I D, BARIIR AIIXXII I.. BI uk IIN -I BIAMHARII EIT,-XXUR M. Bmx AIAN Mum I. 1. ILUIIAA B-IRIIIRA -I. KPLAIII-x AlARlH.-I l. CLl'I'TlNl-H,-XXI ,III1gI'IIxx YI. LOINIIH uw I7IIRIs I., DAVIS AIARILYN A. DI IIxI4AI'I.II AIAIIY H, ITLIIIR Ili R SOPHOAIORE-FRESI-IAIAN EDITORIAL STAFF AI.-XRY E. GnCHAx0I'R ANITA V. HAtzsTRoM AIIRI.-KM F. HANII' BIARG.-IRII B. HARIAND BARIIARA E. HARVIY CQARA M. HILLIR EXILY3 B. I-IIxIx X'IRuIxIA S. HtII,Imx,n SIIIRIIY A, I-Ioxx ARIJ YIANI-' I.. KI-ILHQIJ VIRGINIA A, KIfBIP IERTHVR S. KFRRIR ELAINF B. KLFIX IDUROTHY C, Kxmfr INIARGARI-'I' A. LI5wIs KATHRYX J. LIPI lxl.-IRILIEE I.OX'l'RlDC.I B. CARDIXN hi.-XXXY IfLI. BIfvI-RIA' -I. MCCOAIAS I-IFLEN E. AIITCIII-LL Nl.-IRY A. INIOOTS I.II.A P. No'rHDI'RIT RIAXIXIE H. OURADA NAOMI I. PETIIRQ PHYLLIs B, PESIQIND lMOGENI3 L, PHIPPS ROBERTA PRITCHARD MARY E, REARDON ,lULIA A. ROCHOW' MARY J. ROTHGANGTL BARBARA j. Roxwr PHx'LLIs M, ROY JANE L. SCHAIEIIIER C.ARoI. I.. SCHAFTNI-R NANQI' E. SCHARIT VIRGINIA C. SFIIE PHYLLIS j. SHIMKUQ IAIARILYN P, SILVERMAN IVIARILYNN M. STIQPHANI ELIZABETH A. STRIEID DOROTHY j. STRONG ROSALIE C. STUPKA JACQLIELINIE D. TAT?-IAN LORETTA B. 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HARRIS AxITA J. Hiiss YIRGIXIA L. I-IIII.IR ix'Lx'IA I.. Homis NAXLI' A. HLPJRNl'NG AI.-INT N. IxL.Irs HOLLA ,l. ,lACoIIs AIARY A, JORDAN ALICI5 E. JOSLYN DURIITHI' I. Irma DOROTHY B. KI NXIEDY BI.ATRI:'If M, KINCH LOL? ANN KIM, EIAINI B. KLIIN NACIBII I. KOINIQ RICHARD j. K1I'I'HLOXY' 6 AROI, F. LANDAI' DnRIs M. LARsI'x INIARIIOIIIIE E. I.,-XYNE IATHIRINIQ M. 1.10315 Durus M. Lrvv INIARY I. LIT'I'LIf ,luxr Lnrz AxxA J, MCDIINALD BARBARA j. MLZKINSTRY CARMITA A. MCLIfoD TNTIITA I. BIIFTHF PHYI.I.Is S, IVIILDLR Louisr IAIILLI-R Rosr M, MINNIQ CHARLOITE NI'XY'hIAN CARQI, R, Prmclxs IW.-IRGIF A. PIfRkIxs ELIZAIII-TH B. PIrkrR ELEANOR PICkI'TT RGRIRIA M. PIIIIQ -lljLlIT'IF L. Poxx ILL ARTHUR I.. PRICII, JR, Rom-Rr RAY I Lutz Gardner McDonald XVeiss Schubcrr Bl.1l'IClI2IId XVakcman -Tmylor Price Gctman Downs Barber Angus Larsen C. Perkins Bolliger Canty Kinch' Clifford Newman Judd Gnlder Gettlcmnn jordan M. Perkins King jacob Miller Pickett .Milclcr Kennedy GcLaz Schatz Rose Dana Dum':low Joslyn Frmley Hiller Koenig. Hobbs A Levy Mcliinstry Powell Ingles Little Hcccller Swanson Whitesell Minnis Collier PHI'LI.Is J. R055 ARLINIE F. RosI:NsTEIN CHARI.o'I'TI2 A, SALYFRS CAROL L. SCHAFFNER GIERALDINIE A. SCI-IATz PATRICIA M. SCI-IUBFRT ZFLDA L. SHFRMAN Avrs G. SI-IIIQIQ IVIARY P. SIQILPS CAROLYN SI..-WIN .IWARCIA D, SMITH CAROL A. SWANSON IMARTHA G. THOMPSON FRANCIS E. TICIQ SHIRLEY M. TRAYLCR BETTY j. XVHALIN Hu A S Dnnl' THE DAILY ILLINI 5 11, N IN1Il.LIl.FNT SLOBOD.-K . E.I1ffffY.'1 CAROL Oxsox , , xi-mw.1.'L' juxs Box ..,.. ,I wxf., ' ,fm BETTE Naxrr I xvfyl :.1.f.- I OR STA F F Z' FO' v ,Hr NJ I5,xuLL1l Mfxruxx lS,f,,,'1.'l-1, AI.:n,ff r F .,",', f ,ff Gxxfxl-wlxx Munn Li:.Jmw .l1..f,4:L ',',' My XY'lI,I,I.XM ,I Sfiifkilllll , xp flf E.z'w1 r ','f f SIYMUVR Fallmmx Xf ",f, ' J 1i.f',x' r W SCH MELZLB N,qNCE FRIEDMAN LWISON Boa 5 MxRf.l'rR EIIYXHI' ',,,,puIll'f'w.p . -- Y x T A .N H: . Bs buxlrvlw b1Hf,f3L1xn,rfff-T F Iwr K RHI -Mu xx, 4,.'fT,v!,z..fff,- , ' -ax K 44, T T 1 ,I F . V l mi al x X Y R Q XX R X ww .fm -- .1 kv: , Q. 'F , 4 , . ,T I Rlvfjl wr D1 RROUKTH MTILIN Nrlhux RTIHNM K XXVYLIF MILLER THE DAILY ILLINI -IUNIUR BUSINICSS STAFF EIIIXHYTH D. IDIRROIW-H, ,i.l1n.'f f xx! 5111 lv. 4 !.1M.'m.f MTLRY K, l'1 RRH H, PATRIQLTT HVRIR Irxx F. Hl'R1 mp IH Mm M1L1.w 96' HUBER REESE JUNIOR FDITORIAL STAFF PAIRIL IA A, MIILTR TVRIR.-X M. R1-ul BaRR,xR.x -I. RIcHxRmox RUTH A Sc Hxv',u,1'R ff'- fits 'S' EJ., HURT LL-XCBIILLAN MILLTR RICHARDSON SCHWAGIER DRUM XVx'1,x1.fxRof1- INIILLYR, AL1'1wr1im1g ELIZ.-kl4l'I'H NIYISON, mldzmlifing K.-KTHFRINF M. RATH5,-KCK, .-lJrw1i,rir1g FLORIFNLY J. XYVYLIF, Sm11.v1ir,r mm' C1-edit Xpf,f.f,f JILL DRUM P. ROBERT PEABODY GLTNN H. ROBERTS ROBERTS T E NIIIIIIIII E. AIIII1. IHIRNII AIIIz.uIx WIIIIOLIINI' AII,Iwx GIURLIIY AYASIAPIIJ THE DAILY ILLINI SOPHUKIORIT-FRITSIIKIXN ITIJI IURIXI, S'I'.XIfIf I Arvxls M, IBINI.-IIIXIIP. D. 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BTTTY ANN Pmirarrf L91fi.w'.Ii rII.lr1.luu- ILLINOIS AGRICULTURIST RVTH FR.-XMI AII ANNF 1' fl' Hos1ra'1"rER PHY1,1.1s M. ,IQHMON lwluu' L, Hrxrox H Drzrxxm JOHNS B.-xkrmm N. ,IONIS Hrirx L. Mow-as AIARY I.. Nrrfrqorsox ASSISTANT BETSY KINDRID E. SLISANNE Klum' DAM A. KLANSING S INIIRIAM E. POPE FAITH R1-rom-s Louisa Rica PHYLLI5 I.. SMITH BETTY C. SXYITZER BETTY A, P.-uuuzs IXIAnG.am'x' 1SI.xxm' CAROL L. SCH.-KIINER I.Il.Ll.-XX I. SCHRADER E, XV.-XHNITTA Tamron HVLEN B, 'I-RL'MMl'L RQBTRTA M. Winn TXIARY J. XXVEINIU-RG CHARLTNP L. Winn' Armitage Moyers Hostetter Rice Armstrong Xvebb Hinton jones Taylor XVeinbcrg Sclimdcr Pattison Brunskill Smith XVr:Iy Kirby Switzer johns Breckenridge Klassing Ford Becker Kindred 254 H un CHRIsr D. K.u'.u IIII' S ,NIOR 5 I .XI I lux Wiixissus Il-uzfuii I., 5- iii: it THE TECHNCDGRAPH IQDIIORIAI, STAFF ISCSINICSS S'I',XIfI" Wmuux L '1'm omit K 4, lwunsfix Huw-in Ifu it Ilimtiiti Nia xgxyqpg Rau-ii C.niisisim3 Vnisiirz Illuiutis fix'-mr: Hiruiix' ,Ii-siru IJXNNIINH Mum RONNQOY tcuuurs M-fiirxrn' liii suiiu Frm AIIXIZ Iii-Nui. XX'i-ixmm. XYOAXIITNS IEUSIXICSS S'1'AIfF ,II,'LI.-X Sfiwius, Il "f' wtf: I Bum f.'I if ,Il.zr1.,Qiy.r Fmxtrs Amin Rr-saiisiv 51 sxiri Mfulrlfuuf Bxrxxrsxrxrs Giuirbx Twmu XII HH, BN UM I Hu MUNI H The Illinois Teehnugraph is a monthly magazine published by the students of the engineering college. It has been in continuous publication sinee ISHS, when it was started as 11 highly technical quarterly publication. Since then it has been modined in cun- tent to include engineering articles of a semi-tech- nical nature, biographies of uutstanding student and alumni engineers, and a joke column entitled "Tech- nocraelcsf' VVartinie conditions have made it almost impos- sible In maintain any continuity in personnel. Tech- nugraph men unly recently un the stall' are to be fnund in various branches of the armed furces, in industry, and also in research and teaching pusitiuns in the CUIIIIYFYIS universities. Ifur the first time in fifty'-nine years, umnen have become members of the "Tech" statl. They include Fire wuinen on the business statl uhm are pursuing engineering courses under Pratt-IYhitney scholar- ships. 255 1 G, 39 W R. A- gp- 5 S. x v Sx v x 51 .4 X S' s, .,f- 1, FW.. ' 256 I 'l .- .. Q .,-L11 if - RN x it SCDCIETY x Ai ' "'-- x - N A' '-1 1 ww: M 5 l wwf' L' -NA. jg? l wi.: If -34' - 3 , K , 55' fig", n nu W! A2"'M Q3j:AZ, - ff- .,, "J"W 'f2' ,- '-, ' xt -ii A 91, H.. 5 XXX Q v e -' 1 . 1, l rg, .. 'iTL ' sf . -Q wil t,.- 37-xr SENIGR BALL Hoxx wry D. GRIFTNVR Clnzzrrlmll. 19-H COMMITTEE, 194+ Hoxx uw D. CiRIl'lNlR,. ,... .,.,.. ,........ .... . ..... . . . Clvairrlzun Qiioanr M funk Nfxxm' R. Dow xixu ROBERT B. I.ARAxvn PHRKH A- gjurm Eifilxr V. Dnosnt Eroisis V. LORTON Huxx.xRI1 XXI Ours 258 The Senior Ball of 1943 was held on May I-ith in Huff Gymnasium. lllini danced to the exciting new music of Stun Kenton and his orchestra. The co-chairmen of the dance were Doc lirickson and Bud Cristianson. The Illia must go to press before the Ball of 19-H takes place, but with Howdy Griftner and his committee in charge another equally en- tertaining affair is expected. The dance probably will be held sometime in May. Lou ISE D. PIXLEY Sizmon BALL CoMMi'rrma PROM Quuzx Grow.-i Bi-iumx Plum fIlNI,XX - 'I HI Liiixxii Miro ii JUNIOR QPRQM Hiaoiliiai Hoiigoi: . rf if .ll'LlIlH J. Asiirixsox M Yiiziixix Kisiiiii .Inns Yi-,iii-.i-ii lNlARY L. johns K iiioivrv YI hlXIIlRI'R From '-.ii -I XX 'iiii frmisr -I. Kaisix-is Rosi Ax-.1 siixx irir li um M Lxx ii ig To the "Sugar Blues" niusic of Clyde Nltfioy and his orchestra, lllini dance enthusiasts enjoyed the nn- nual junior Proni, sponsored hy the Class of 1945 rind held in Hull Gym on Saturday evening, Felirunry 26. 19-H. The dance featured the eustonmry Proin Queen Contest, in which Illini students were given oppor- tunity to select 11 Queen and her CULIIT fl'olU ti group of ten iunior class lovelies. Attractive Gloria Berinain was elected to this regal honor, and was escorted the length of the gym to the Queens Throne, followed hy her live pretty attendants, Ann Benson, Ann z 2 3 , L lil'LlIlklCI1llllI'gCl', Peggy Cimhaiin, l.ynn Srnidquist, rind Putt Schmitt. Together with junior Cllnss President Lziddie Hutnr, Gloria led the traditional Grand Xlgirch. cliinnx of this gala evening. A colored slide picturing 11 queen sented upon her throne, guarded liy two slaves, was Hzished upon the lmclcdrop liehind the lmnd platform to give the dance Hoor ti courtly iippcamrice. Programs were ninroon rind silver, with ii crown enihlaizoned on the front cover. a Venerable Stewart Maclerer Kenclsill Anderson ,lohns K.itsin,is Hornor Xvylie Zwitlc 2:9 fp, s ' t ' Str.-nu l. l llfit Maunev Spencer Shekleton It Ax . Ki iir , 4 i.- rif.1.'in'1, Kesler Coe Kosobud Glidden Kirby As the llllo meets its deadlines, the date for the Sophomore Cotillion is still indefinite, but .lo Ann Kesler, Cotillion chai1'man, has announced that this yearly atlair, presented annually by the Sophomore Class, will take place in early April in the Union Build- ing ballroom. 'lihe welcome arrival of the traditional Chambana spring will be the theme of the I0-H Cotillion, and Chairman Kesler has plans for appropriate pastel dec- orations in the ballroom, :X multitude of gay bubbles ,Wt va i 1 will be seen everywhere and will add a light, graceful touch to the event. XY2'il'IllllC restrictions prevent the Cotillion from being more than a semi-formal affair this year, and music will be furnished by a local or- chestra. Planning the 19-H Cotillion with Chairman Kesler are .Xlolly A. Coe, Nlary Ann Glidden, jean Kirby, Dick lf. Kosobud, Virginia R. Mauney, Virginia Klusselman, Margaret C. Shekleton, jean Spencer, and Dorothy ll. Strong. fs-+4 I l "' 'll' XY' BRONX 'X 1 K .ulson XY'einard Neville Cover I V I-ff""-'JV MJ onncll Polk Brown Kennedy Rowe Seed FRESHMAN FROLIC Sponsored by the Class of 1947 and given under the auspices of the Fresluuan Council, the Freshman Frolic is another social event we anticipate as the lllin goes to press. To be held in the ballroom of the Union Building' on an April weekend, the I-'rolic will be presented on an informal keynote, according to the announcement made by Bob XV. Brown, Frolic chairman. Street dress will be appropriate for this animal freshman aiiair. A 260 band to play for this social highlight has not yet been chosen, but several excellent local orchestras are being considered. Those assisting Chairman Brown in presenting this dance are Marion Bollinger, C. jane Cover, Janice R. Fhleb, Bill R. McConnell, Howard R. Neville, Roberta Nl. Polk, Barbara j. Rowe, Kay D. Seed, Ruth E. XVeinard, and Dorothy B. Kennedy lFreshman Coun- cil alternatej i 3 , A, 2.2. , if 'ff- K I , , x iz .R -.,s 'l " 'Z ' ' '-' 1' . . ' 'fr-i.. - KL . , h 12-. 'l . T 440- l,.....4-4' QR 'df LQ w. fra, ic' ly - Q fix, an , :fl ,- I . P 2 T157-. I X ,K Aw.- 4- -' ' 1:3 it . , ' ' 35' 'LL I fi in X . 4. :2511 '. ,A , ', .7 -H . 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A s Y ,. Briun Anilclwri Sw!! Flum 'Y -61 I 1 f ? 1 I ? I I 1 l 262 3 i 4 1 N ,. x Q ' STAGE AND CCDNCERT SSX X'9 5 V,null.,-1,-."-'xc.--1-'-A- -gzfp -H -- - '-"' "' , Z A P -X -1 . A' . A U any .I f,--1. V .aa-'f:ff::5"' -.. . G", -. , .,,... 0 I , , gT1.:.m:. E my , . ffwfffffffsw 2 5 S -1 - 155, ,,, 4 ... K jr -'lf-V 'ff-5, :- 'fW555'fW nk ...-I wry, X-3 .QF ' .1 In M fy , E , it " Q ' 'lil ' w k E If - X """1 N. 'dl -1-.agtgsv 5295i - ' ' -QI :- - Q-ig" 'Lg-If-:lt " A "Z'5' ' .3"ii.1' , 93, Q., -T. ' . ' , 4"- " ' -. MQ..- f I " !Adwl! f I Z! X .xg QW x M V . , 3 T , G? Wisiix' Sxx ixsox M.,x'R'1Hx Nissixciu KHRINTY M. Kxmx IQATHRYN J. SUTHERLIN DNN-' ' GUN'-If 'llllfl-'HIV' fliwrlillz Gvfltfizf JI.1m1qw' Opimlfr Dlfvffnf' SENIOR MANAGERS Muaiux Missisniiw , ,. . . ..,G'5mr.1l Alinnilqtf RM L. KRuc,1.nx ..,. Ihnilifflit .-mil Piupfimi .NI.1u.1gfV tmusis' M. lixrxx ...1imi1.zfv Giutm! ,ll.u1.z,qu ylrmrrr S, RUSSl'I,l,... .,...,.... ,Co-Mizmzlqsr nf Pnblzrzly ,luis Axuinwx , . . Cy-.ll.1i1.1ei: iff Pnhlfrflli RUTH A. SOKOI ,. .. ..... .ll.nmgrr uf Publli Rel.1limz,r RIQIH A K xsrik . . lim UWM ,xml Hfflzv:,ll,1r1,14gir JUNIOR lcnaiixr A, 1 llilrl K Yikulxla -I. Guin -lvl ll 1 ll Clilll mir lfmw NRI! T. H.-uuum, Hi-xx uuv R Duis fmusi Kxisixfis is in the pnst, several hundred students tuolt part in the activities of the lllini Theatre Guild. These peuple had their chalice of trying 11 hand :it acting 01' wurlcing lwehind stage. The plays produced were pre- sented either to the student hotly, or were taken to the soldiers of Cihnnute Field and vicinitv. The Guild MA NAGERS Rim M. Koxxaiskl Rrriufkm R, SFU: n Ynmx M. Manx MARY E. Wittimis l.CIl'ISI' M. PRUIHI Board, which is the executive authority, is composed nf u representative from euch of the three dramatic rwgaiiizaitimms und two interested faculty members. The three dramatic honor1u'ies which form the mein- lmership of the Guild are Musk and Buuhle, Arepo, and l Sriram Axmfnsnx CASPER Kandi: iq Rxmx Mtssiixamz RUSSELL 26-l au Q ,V-K-5 --., Xxx X Y .vs 1- .-.4q, 4 1- Gl 'OH 5.44 1? XXVILLIKMN Kxisixixs Hakmxi, Dun flmuiuii In-in re Piuxi HI Guin Kwai-.ici ILLINI THEATRE GUILD PROFESSIONAL STAFF XVMLEY Sxxaxsox .,.,.,. , , . . X11p,i1,'i,,f ,ff Pffftlfnwiff f' JOSEPH W. Scott , Ci-mates H. SHATTLWK MARIE K. HOCHMUTH , . . Ytilmnal Dfriilfff , . ..,A -Ivwimft lu Dlftilfffu , . lzntnlfzi Xtt1tf.1,5 K.-XTHRYN J. SUTHFRIIA . l1pt1.mt lbtilff LI OYD TYIORFX' ,... , Y'n'.fv1fftr On lt-axe of absence Pierrots. Each uf these sponsors one production dur- ing the year, besides supporting all the other pru- ductions which are presented. Under the capable leadership of Wesley Swansun and Charles Shattuck the Guild had an unusually suc- cessful seasun. Besides the usual full length plays they presented two evenings of one-act plays which were directed by the students. Patsy Surie directed iVil- liani Saroyan's The H1111gc1'e1'5g Florence Graves di- rected Attila von Orbok's IVirh lJf5l'l'L'ffUllg lapis PROE Knucticic HL Axnrnsox Q - v l THF CILILD BOARD Miami Aliwsisiixk , , . rfff.:.-1ff.'.n: Lrwisr M. Pimim, . . .llawlf .uni ljanlflt Riu L, Kntmiicx , . ,,.. hip' Amis R Kximir . I'm1tm.'i Rlfffti.-1.-.',1.'uft fmsrriz R Awiunsox I'm:tfiufp Rtf1i,vivrr.z.'.':. y Qmnimos lairsxn , V . Purim' Porges directed W'illmur I3raun's Her Ifartil HUi'lllf'VQ Alberta Klenzel directed Bernard DuFfy"s The f,i0fl1L'l'g Henry Hay directed The Ti77llllIxQ of the Sbru-trg and Ruth Shames and Shirley' Smith directed Percival XYilde's C'Ullll't1t'lUX in FIVIIIX. This years iuninr staff was given experience on lmth the liusiness and pru- ductiuns crews thruugh changed assignments for each play. The large size uf the crews indicated the campus interest in Theatre Guild. Linxrx KNIGHT BIISSFXLVI rc 265 .Ilia jordan .... First Ernort .... Second Escort.. foe Pendleton .... .llesswzger 7013. Nurre .......... Tony Abbott. . . julia FI1r11r-u'ortl.i. . . . . . . . . . yllrx. Amer. . . . . Betty Logan .... lVorle111I111 .. . . .Al-XRY A 1111 .... . . . . . . Suxie .............. . .lltix l.c1'e11e. ........ Il 3, Inspector ll'i1lin1115 .... -. IK . P Lefty ........... ......,.. ID SIIIEN, ROBERT XY. GIBSON HEAVEN CAN WAIT "Heaven Can Vl'ait," written by Harry Segal, was presented as the third pro- ve s turty-sixth season On March 2-I-, 26 and 27, 1943. duction of Mask and Baull " l 7 Lionel "Lefty" Goulet as joe Pendleton, the man taken to heaven by mistake bv Xle ' ff ' 2 'A V " ' ' I ssenbei 701. , yy as l'l1lJ11OllS as he searched for a bodv tO fit his soul. He was put into the body of Nlr. Farnsworth, who had just been murdered bv his wife and his confidential secretary, Tonv Abbott. Confusion reigned when he fell in love with Betty, the daughter of a man Mr. Farnsworth Once tricked. Max Levene. -loe's manager before his body was destroyed, was convinced that joe was in Farn swOrth's body, and became upset when Farnsworth was again killed. Cr ' uuposure lS regained when Joe becomes an up-and-coming pugilist and is reunited with Bettv. The plot may be recognized as the same one u sed in the movie under the title "Here Comes Mr. jordan." Plaine1othe.r111I111 ...... . . . . . ...NVILSON D. HALL . . . .FILINIORE SCHILLER .....SANDY COMORA . . . .LIONEL J. GOULET . . .ROBERT ST. JOHN . ....... BETTY J. PORTER ..FR.-KNK XV. KRAMER .RUTH I-f. PORTERFIELD EI.lZABE'l'l-I XVILLIAMS . . . . .NIARILYN AMDAL ......RaLPH DRALLE RLARTHA N11-ISSENGER CHRISTY M, KNAAK . . . .CARLO J. CIPPOLA .DXY'IGHT AIITCHELL .LIONEL G. ROSEN .ROBERT j. XVALKER Doctor ...............,..... FR.-xNRLIN G. COLLINS lime P.1sre1IgcrxiCaROL R. PERKINS, DOROTHY BREcRENRInGE, MARIIJN G. XVILSON, JOE THORN- TON, ILDXV.-XRD AIILLHOIISE, GEORGE V LIONEL G. ROsEN, .ALFRED A. OSATKA, CULVER, FRANKLIN Sir RIIl'lJ7.'UII .l1IlI'Lfi'lIl'0j'tl' .... , . . . .-IUHN D. I.l'.SI.ll2 Richard Dallizrlcxx. .,... ,.... . , Sir Rose Maybzzd ..... . . . . Mad xlltzrgnrer .,.. ,. Dame Hmzlmh. . . , . . ,lfxixi-x K. Howiius Zorab. .... .... . ...Xluu..xR1- 'r A. Ifxklx Ruth, ...........,.... ..... I 'illunaru Al. Lowiu' Adam .....,...,........,..... Sir Sir Impex' .llI!1'QiIf1'U-Vif, Sm' B.1ru11cr, Sir Sir Sir Sir Sir Sir Sir ...,Si1xxi,i1Y Roux 1fdr1'i.uure, l'lDl-QX Nicnoms ....Xl.-un' lf. limxs .,.,...lE.-KN ,xlll,I.ER Despnrd ilI11i'g.1t1'oytl nf R .R urn O. GL'l,m-21: Ruperz ilI11r'g.1troyJ. In Hai-filler, -loux O. Liiwis CI,ll-'lfURIJ Km ru Lionel .l1lIl'!Qi'lH'll-VJY, Grb HJFIIIICI, XYICIUR Y.uusouou.u C0l1I'i'ltl .lIIll'.Qi'!II'!l,l'CI, 12111 liarofzur, RIVIIXRD XY. Xlxox Etiiuuirtf ,lI11rg.11ruyd, Htl' Iinrnlzcr, Ros:-. H xRR1N4.1ox Dcxmolm' .lI111'g.11rf1yJ, 16th I?.11'om't, CIIXRLI-'S lf. gxlliklililll Gilllcrr .lI11r'g.z11'r1-ui, 1.8711 I5'.11'01zt'r, ,XIxx.XloR1I.xxn .llerw-H1 .lfIlI'!QilTI'Uj'.i, Zlltl' Iitirouur, Chiokori P. Xlt'ifi,i.i-'iz Rotieriv .llzzrgiitz-o.ix1', Zlrr B.1rw1ur, Roizifm' lf. H.-xxl EY In Lincoln Hall Theatre on the nights of April fl and Ill. 1043. the lllini 'l'he1itre fpffk Guild presented to the cnnipus und coniniunity Gilhert and Sullivnn's comic opera, "Ruddigore" which was directed by Kntliryn jamie Sutherlin. "Ruddigore." or "The XVitch's Curse," L1 "new and original supernatural opera," was iirst presented at the Savoy 'lheatre in London on the evening of vlillllllllj' 22. INST, where it was nn enormous success. Its run of IHS consecutive performances demonstrated its continued popularity. It contains n good deal of Sullivnns best niusic and some of Gilhert's liest writing and lyrics. ln 1920 "Ruddig0re" was revived in New York :ind proved to he the hit of nn entire series of Gilbeit and Sullivan operas. This opera of half a century ago proved to he il great success on the Illinois campus because of the lack of opportunity for inusic lovers to hzwc previously seen it, HE WHO GETS Tiny. .. ., Polly ..... . . flllgU1iL'J... .... Iixzcllc .... I"r11n1'0ir ..... . . Halle! Girl .... .... Halle! Girl Cla-1:11 .... .-In L flier .... ... Hu .....,.,. , . .T Iiwlcrwl .. Cul1,r11ulu. . 1i'u:.i1m ......... I1'.ir0ll lyulqliiiiui. . , , . . A ll!-LQQIUI' ..,.. Firxi ll'11i7t'1' ..., . . Barry' -I. HAXISEE Fimroiug SCHILLER Briqllcr . . . .... ST.-xx1.Ex' SHPETNER illiinciui . . . ...... SANDY Coxiom Zifiidii .... ...llU'l'I'I Il. SHAAIES .Lousn KI. Puoem. ,.,.C11u1s'1'1' Nl. IQNAAK IDONALD XXTI-I,-XAI xluXR'I'l'l.-X Nltisssxuik NANCY NVHITTEN ..,ROliEll'f Ll. FABIK ,. . . .JOE Tuoizxtox uoxms J. '1'1'1uu:1.L H1-Nm' KI.-xy SIiIllI,EY A. SJIITH Acre I,. Serin' .RoisER'r nl. U'.u,1u5R , . . .Ruvu Dimmu .l'l.'XROI.D Stssxux Scromi ll'11itu1' ...,, .,.. C :ARLU -I. CIPOLL11 :I Sllafcu Cb.1r111t'1' .... ........., I ,1411-i Goignmz ll',1r11lmIfc 1.1111-y .... ...Oluxx Mau XV.x'r1tlxs .-1 Gemlullmll .... .... SLAPPE "He XYho Gets Shipped" was presented as the Klother's Day production by the llli11i Theatre Guild on April 30 11nd May 1. XYritteu hy Leonid Andreyeu, this story is the romantic tragedy of ll great 1111111 who h11s turned his hack on the world. The once-fz1n1ous writer abandons his former life and ioins 21 circus troupe. XYishing to reinain unlcnoxrn, l1e si111ply chooses to he lcnoyyn as "He", The act he invents is to stand upon 11 hox and deliver Ll serious lecture upon some highly philosophical prohlemfthen in the midst of it to he knocked off the hox hy one of the other clownsg hence, his full nzune, "llc XYho Gets Shipped". There is. of course, 11 strong underlining ofthe synilmolic signiiiciuice of the slnppingfthe world hates beauty and truth, and nlunys wants to see the speakers of henuty and tr11th humbled. The unusual theme of this tragedy plus the excellent acting and directing made "He XYho Cicts Shipped" 11 very successful production. .XYn.soN IJ. H.4l.I. :Inna Rogan. . Iiwllleffb Bixliy. Belllvoy ,,.. ,. ,llowuum XY. Duns julia lVi!,r011... ...., 'ucv Han - Clu111yl'c1n', ,. ...l'illXYAIllD ' i. Huumivi. Elitnlierb C1nrbur,ry .... , . .Xl xkiirx .All'NNl xi.: it .-lrrbm' ll'ex1l.1L'u., ...Ban ix Xl. bxiiiu H.11'1'c-v IVil,m11 .lIr. Clnymlz. .. Tlicrfiffzlw. . . H I Baum Ill, . . ... , , . AYii.sox D. l l XI 1, ,.,.-IAXII s P. l,ulii.l ...Siiiviiiw .Xli:NiAl ucv GOGDBYE AGAIN 'l'he coniedv, "Goodbye Again". written ln' Allan Scott and Cicorge Haizut. was given luv the Illini Theatre Guild Suninicr Theatre on july 18, 19-l-3, at the Rantoul L'.S.O., july lf? and 211 at Chaplin Centers at Chanute Field, julv 22, 23 and Z4 in Lincoln Hall Theatre, August I at the Champaign L'.S.O.. and a second performance in August in the L'niversitv Auditorium forthe Naval Signal School. Kenneth Bixby, a writer who is on a lecture tour of wonien's clulis with his secretary, Anne Rogers, eneounters an old college love. julie Wilson. while he is in Cleveland. Although he no longer reinenilmers her he lieconies quite involved with julie's husband, who would like to lie ridded of her. and julie's sister and nance, who are very anxious to avoid any scandal in the faniilv. julie wishes to divorce her huslmand to inarrv liixliv. who liallcs at the ideag liut Anne comes to his rescue by upsetting julie's plans. liixliy and Anne are re-united. ,ag Raina .... . .... GLADYS E. LAPHAM Catherine . . .... Lois H. Pokcizs 1.11111-i1 ..., .... C Iuiusrx' M. KNAAK Blunrrvbli ..., .,... I .1oNu. J. GocLE'r SUIQQTIII S.1r.1110ff ..... .... I im' XV. Ross Officer ..,, . . .Enwaan T. PI.-XRDING Perlcoff .... ,.., R oBER'r P. YVEBI-:R Nicola .... .... J Aixuas P. LODGE ARMS AND THE MAN George Bernard Shaw's comedy, "Arms and the Klan," was presented for Dads Day, October 15 and 16. and Homecoming. October 29 and 30, 1943, in Lincoln Hall Theatre by the Illini Theatre Guild. lt also played at the Champaign U.S.O. October 23, at the Rantoul LYS. O. October 24. and the Chanute Field VVar Theatre Number 1. The story of the play is the one ado ated for th ' ' z "Tl I e opeiettx, ie Chocolate Soldieru. Lionel Goulet gave an especially comical performance in his part as Bluntschli. a Swiss professional soldier who carried chocolates instead of cart- ridges. The complete cast was cl ' ll iosen we , and the production was given with much pep and spirit. Charles Shattuck. play director, and lVesley Swanson, technical director, aided greatly in making the play a success. L yn' ia . . Catherine june . Mary .... . . Alf. Benner. MM. Bcrmet .... Elflzlbflb .. Hill Lady Lnriu. Clv.1r'lo1lu .. Mr. Bingley llliff Bfllglfj Mr. Da r'4', 1 ' . Mr. W'irkb1zm . Rom-.ar C, Hawgoou Mr. Cullinx .........,.,... ..,,, C Qiionm- A. Rrixiirwrom 1.4111 Cutbsmie ds Buurglv. .. ...,.. javxr A. Giroux , .,MAR'1'H.+ Ivlsssrgxcrn , . ROSANNA G. XVifrssTifR ., ,Fioarmis J. LYNN , ,M ..,.FLURl'NClE M. Gnavss ' Hanoro I.. Sfxxroim .. .RUTH A. Soxor. ,.. .IwIAniii.-i J. Smwriirnkx' ,. Rar I.. Kiuu,i,1Ci4 N x. "- ...VIYIAN M. Manx ,. ,I.ouIsi' M. Pizosi-ri, . ..WARa1fN R.iMsHaw .. .. ,RIWIH L. Lrxxis MRI! HARD E. C,+Ri,soN PRIDE AND PREJUDICE On December 10 and 11, 1943, at the Lincoln Hall Theatre, Mask and Bauble presented the second production of its thirty-seventh season. "Pride and Prejudice," one of its most successful plays, was repeated December 12. at the Rantoul U.S.O. and December 13, at the Champaign U.S.O. The cast of sixteen, only two of which had previously appeared in guild productions, was ably di- rected and staged by NVes Swanson. The play, adapted from .lane Austen's novel by jane Kendall, has for its set- ting Hertfordshire, England, about the year 1800. The comedy tells of the blundering attempts of tactless Mrs. Bennet to marry off her tive daughters. She succeeds in spite of herself in three cases. Ruth Ann Sokol's characterization of Mrs. Bennet and George Remingtons Xlr. Collins were particularly good. The costumes were particularly good. The costumes were in the Empire style, and the setting was designed by Anne Krebs and built and painted by under- graduates in the workshops of the Illini Theatre Guild. 1 CHRIQIY M. KN.-LAK PII IIJWI XV.-KLTYR Anox IXIARY Axx ARON AI.-XRILX xx A. AMD.-XI. JUAN AxI1I'R5cIx Prom' j. B,-ICI-IIIIAN CH.-XRl!x E. BAKIII RALPH ,-X. HI'RmIAx RL'TH A. rAsPI'Iz LCIRRAIXI A. fIHUI I4 ,II 1.II l'lI A. Cr-DIRRI MASK AND BAUBLE FACULTY AND GRADUATE MEMBERS SITVFRINA NITLAON -IOSPPH W. SCCITT MEMBERS I. RAYMOND DAHLGRI'N HQWARD XV. DAVIS SHIIXLIY W. DVAN VIRGINIA L. GHTR IHRINT J. KAIAINAS RIIA M. KUWALSIQI GLAIWS E. LAPHAIII GI-Imox F. LIITNFR IN UNIX' Wrsu Y Sxx ANSON ERSITY 6 AIKITITLITA Low RY ELFANOR A. LUIQIQNS IsAanLLn B. MAIwIx DAVID MCMILLAN RfARTHA IYIFSSENGER Lon. H. Poncss KATHTRINIE PRIAMI LUCIA M. Roan L RAE L. KRLIGLICK VII I'-PI'v.In1w1l JOANN PFRRING SI.'I'IL'mIJ CHARLFS H. SHATTUCK NATHANIEL H. ERWIN JULIA R. SALYERS ROBTITTA R. SELTIQR RUTH A. SOIQOL MARX' C. STEVENS RLISSFLL XVAGNER ROSANNA G, XVEBSTER NANCY XVHITTEN IWARY E. XVILLIAMS Lcxtnur M.IrvIn Perring Salycrs . V Bergman Seltur Cher Amdsl Webster Girhard Chnstnanscn ' -Proehl Casper Russell Kruglick Messenger Knaak Pnamx 272 PIERRCDTS FACULTY XY".-II'lIfR ARON, A.M. IH,-uzrlx H. SHATIUL K, Pl IXIATHANIEL H. ERWIN, AM. XY'rm11YSxx',-xxsox, A M. Our S. FIIFIDF, AM. R Bm rr XVzm11gK,Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R,-x1.PH A. Brncmfxw R. HILL l'anRL'rH CH.aR1,Fxf'.CUR11x,,Ia. RM' Dfxmfsnrw CHRIST K,-KI'SINAN Qyrmnux F. Lrlmm Dfxvm E, IXI.acM1l.L,ax XYARRI-A H, U1 mx G1Lm'R'1' SIFIN Rn xxfll. XY, XX"Xl,fXI'R LD. Due to the fact that the III11IUl'Il'j' of members of Pierrots have been culled into thc service, Picrrnts has been inactive this year. Goumfx F, I.Ill'N Pu mfr ul OLSON BERGMAN LEITNER KATSINAS '7 EM RIA K., BOXVERQ Pr L' mfurlf LI Rm' R. HAMP DIIROIIII' J. BILTINLI LAIAIA K. BoxxI.Rs VALIRII XV. CHRISTIANSIN A1IxIf M, FAIRIIANIQS MARGARET A. FARR XVIRGINIA GI-IIfR MARY I.. HAAN BI I II' -I. HIL R ws AREPO FACULTY MEMBERS IRMA E. KFRR RITA M. Kow'AI.skI CHRIRTY M. KNAAK RAE L. KRUGLICI4 GoRIwN F, LEITNIR BERNITA J. LONG f'ARMILII'A I.oxv'RY l .X -o X :,4,.- .A AMA., - 1 IN UNIV ERSITY ELIZABETH J. Loxv'RY ISAIIELLE B. MARVIN XTIVIAN M. INfARX IWARTHA IWESSFNGER LOUISE D. Plxufx' KATHFRINF PRIAMI ELMA C. PROEHI A VIRGVINIA L, GHIfR I'lfe-PrvI1Iien.' LOUISE D, PIxI.Ex' Ser1'elI1ry KATI-IERYN J. SUTI-IIIRLIN IUAINE RADER MARGARET A. ROBBINS jox'cE S, RUSSELL JULIA R. SALYFRS INIARJORIIE A. SCHROEDER EI.IzABETI-I M. TYLOR ALICE M. XVILHFLM Drmrs M. XVRIUIIT we qw Salyers R.ulcr Bowers Cher Tylor Chrlstianscn Belting XVIight Schroeder Robbins Marvin Kowalski Fmrbanks Farr. Russcll Messenger Knuak Kruglick Lowry Priami Kerr Pxxley 274 5- Clxlwr A, BYVIIKTHER FR,-l,,.R,. 11,1 x X N E ' ull SII I nx I ATL zu fulzll, 1 f ,mff,-,W CCNCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT BOARD M F XI BE RS I'ln'1flry Gr-NRG: L,1l,aRK,Pl1,D.,D NR, EIJXXIR H RITIIIII, P1117 .hun L, X'v.l3u14v..Hy,iAXf1 XI L1,m'D BICIRIY. A D , B,MuX , I,I, D Plum RIT B sm: H Blau , Klux D rum ,-X XX s mm, I+ N STIILTUHYX SHIRLEY BAN R XX'xRRn -. mn Tm ll M xg 5 S i . Q . ' sv x L CLARK Gcumrl 1, XX'n um ll VAN DERPOOL BAUER 'JTIYEN PHIL1 IPA Mancii? B. BITZER Co-illizfmger BETTY B. BENJAMIN Ca-Manager STAR COURSE Star Course has been bringing cultural entertain- ment to the Ifniversity of Illinois ever since 1891. As early as 1883, lectures by outstanding men and women of the time began to be sponsored by the Philomathean and Adelphic Literary Societies. These occasional lectures proved so popular that the Star Lecture Course was begun and for twenty-six years it re- mained under the auspices of the literary societies. In 1931 the University Concert and Entertainment Board was organized to supervise all public entertain- ment given at the University for which admission is charged. Star Course was then placed under the con- trol of this Board. The University Concert and Enter- tainment Board. composed of four faculty members and four students, selects the artists presented each year and appoints the senior and junior managers and the sophomore staff. The dramatic soprano Helen Traubel opened the series of concerts this year. Miss Traubel is the Metropolitan Operas great all-American dramatic soprano. The December concert featured the duo- pianists, Yitya Vronsky and Victor Babin. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra came to Illinois for its Hfth performance. The popularity of the orchestra is greatly due to the personal charm of its conductor. Fabien Sevitzky. In March The Nine O'Clock Opera gave its performance of "The Marriage of Figaro" in English which has won them musical acclaim in seventy-five American cities. Later in the same month the violinist Erika Morini well lived up to the musical reputation which she began developing at the age of eight. Thrilling climax of the year was a concert by the tenor, James Melton. The University Concert and Entertainment Board and the Star Course staif sin- cerely desire to continue bringing the university line concerts. ...F 1, rwgix ' -... TEX' f I 1 L: I h ' 'z 4 X. 1 . E ,-.S fe. . Jo- .- P4 i g 5. L-2 A ' ' TW vi f X o 'W .... V 'W' Rormms Smrrovs Brwsox INIYERS Covrn Huirr is -1 ,Q Q. 1:-1: J' -. vs -on -1x s. Covm B1x5c1x H1111 SIYIRNQ R1111111M Mum B112111 B1fxV1A1111N SWE EQURSE M1111,11. B 11117111 .IUNIOR MANAGERS B1 '11x' H B1'x,1.u11x L. 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XY'11x11x 1--1 STEVENS F121r11R11 H P01-1' joxre Krwrvxr GR1F1'11H A111 INFRY H1511 N P11141 1 1' 111111111X 14111011 GETMAN AIILI ER H1'11D Axnrksux En11R1.11 B1,um1141-111, LM1111111 S11 1 L Vonw S11'11111,1'1 Il LD LUKENS Ko1,1 MAN INICAIURRY SMITH TY11111 RICHIN' A111'x Ix xxx KN I.1'Hx1.-xxx 277 f-wi ,- N x STAR COURSE FRIKA MORINI Critics unhesitatingly have classed lfrika Klorini with lireisler, Heifetz, and lilnian. At the age of ten, she was al- ready' astounding the musical world, playing under the greatest conductors. As a child wonder of the violin, she tirst visited the United States about fourteen years ago. Sensational is a mild word to de I wide tour that season. Since she has scribe Kliss Klorini's countrv- grow n to artistic maturitv, the American el 5' audiences have received her as enthusi astically as on Nlarch 27, 10-H. YRONSKY AND IS.-XBIN Yit Russiaf some live hundred miles from ya Yronsky was born in Kiev Moscow, the birthplace of Victor Rabin. lt was as fellow-students under Schnabel in Berlin that the two artists DICE and decided to merge their talents and their lives as well. ln private life Vitya Vronslqy is Mrs. Babin. They made their American debut on February 14, 1937, at Town Hall, New York. They were hailed as brilliant performers by Star Course audiences. December 9, 1943. The following night they presented a L'Ul'lCClT fill' SCl'VlCC INCH. did the Star Course patrons STAR COURSE INDIANAPOLIS SYMPHONY On Tuesday, .Iammry ll, 19-I3. the Intlianapulis Sylnplirmy appeared in the L'nix'ersity autliturium for the tifrh time. Now ainong the first sixteen symphonies of the enuntry. a position due greatly In the leadership and inspiratiun uf Fahien Sevitzlty. the Indianapolis Syniplwny is only seven years nhl. The orchestra is well knnwn tlimiiglimit the country through its tours, its lmroatleasts on three llllllill' networks. and for its championship of Ameri- can music. Like must syiiiplwny rirganivatirms the Indianapolis had the prulrlein uf its annual budget. With eharaeteristie furtliriglitness, Sevitflty' managed to sulve a great tleal of the ditiieulty ln' arranging tu play' euneerts in x'a1'imis defense plants. 'lihis plan was niet xx ith IIILICII enthusiasm ln' the xx'urlters. Ihe syinplwny' is a great favorite with Star Cluurse patrunsf a fact attested ln' the regularity of their ap- pearanees. .Ilueh mf this ean he neeretlitetl to the pupularity of Ifalmien Sevitzlty' xx ho xx as twice lionoretl ln' the National Assueiatinn fur Anieriean Cf4mipose1's and Contliletrws for his serviee and laelief in the eause of Aineriean inusie. In 'xwxrnwm-,W 279 STAR COURSE Lovers of Xlozartian music and of the lyric comedies of that eighteenth century composer enthusiastically applauded an animated and smoothly' integrated per- formance of Klozarfs "Marriage of Figaro" given bv the Nine O'cloclq Opera on Klarch I, 1944. These voung artists, thoroughly equipped in voice and histrionic ability. have been spreading the fun and grace of Nlozart's imperishable works all over the Country. emerging triumphantlv from the critical scrutiny of the metropolitan musical authorities. Their English translations are crisp and not too re- mote from present day idiom, their lines clearly enunciatedg their beautiful atmospheric costumes and simple scenic settings have a definite appeal. And finally, a brilliant musical background furnished bv a grand piano and the added attraction of an amusing narrator who bridges the gap betxveen the eighteenth century and the twentieth in slvlv sophisticated fash- ion rounded out an evening of unforgettable enter- tainment. ,-. 280 K A x STAR COURSE HELICN TRAL'Bl-QI, In contrast to the overnight successes of other stars, Helen Traubcl deferred her Metropolitan debut until only four years ago when she had already passed her thirty-fifth birthday. Miss Traubel, who was born in St. Louis, is acclaimed as one of the great XVagnerian singers of our time. Her clear soprano voice brings a tremendous round of applause and shouts of approval from audiences all over the country. JAMES MELTON There is no better word to describe the personality of james Xlelton than magnetic. His brilliant performance at the University demonstrated that he has no equal in the interpretation of the lov- able folk songs and dramatic moods of Italian, French, and German classics as skillfully as those of his native tongue. As Americans, Melton and his friends take pride in the fact that he has re- ceived his voice training and operatic schooling in this country. It is small wonder, then, that critics have referred to him as "America's Favorite 'I'enor." 2 W 282 X A-'. MUSIC I !J:::,,-.--'g4....v.. .-1 5.3. ,, . .. ww? X I' X :Hill --f H17 ,, www 4 0' I u-Wf' 1 f ' f f .-4 "' .4 5 -P if - , - 1: A . - -x -1 if ' , f N:-4, K 'ftigr I ,--'1 Q f 'I .f T. ?g11::::::--- - 43252, ,N W Z -5 'V' X J' ,f '-'23 4 ,,f ,,. 2 -4 41 Ph-. ' mg - H 4' f N 'r -r , X . it n n-lu 1- H 1 V 5, vi:-W ,. ' Q 67157 :gf ' . 'X "ff-1 - F' "' f '.1 - ' , I . t.,-'av .. - 4 ' ' si-, gg' iziizyg ,R ' 7, ., .,- Q? -it , " 4115- '.f,,.-ir-jf' I '41 'N -f- ' . x ' f I ,- '- " X' 1. A A, Acsiix Hanmxu t Crxnrxrr IE. S.-xxxmi Elm nu' ,I. 51HRUl'l'l HNNKI Il Ll. Slfxrox I.-ml Is R. MLIIUIQH' RIlliIR'l if -Iohlxsox juris R, Cilzauxm A. Aisiix H.-uuuxc. l7.'r'Llff'r' UNIVERSITY ROSTLR L ..... ....I-liimrll Dlfrrllu l .l It t -Pit mfr uf .nhl P1 fffnflwi ffltraltr .. . . .Difurlar .,.Iu,ilvnrl'f: ..,.Pfumlr11I ...fllltlmvi . ,l.1b1.1rl.111 Normally the University of Illinois Bands Depart- CLARIINKE E. SAWHILL .-Il.-ifmwf Drmwfr ment consists of three bands: the Concert Band, the First Regimental Band, and the Second Regimental Band. Hmx'eve1', the war has brought many changes to the Bands Department, and during' this year, a lack of per- sunnel has made it necessary to eliminate the Regimental Bands. The Concert Band has welcomed qualified Army and Navy' men to participate, and has had, for the sec- ond year, many valuable women members. During the Annual Band Clinic held in january, the Concert Band. directed by Professor Harding, gave the first American performance of the new Russian national anthem, HAI'7llll of the S0-tier Union. The Bands Department pruvided music for football and basltetlmall games. pep rallies, and military reviews, as in other years, in spite of wartime limitations. bfi CONCERT 11... BAND wx' QM" by -'I1 AIWIIN H1'I'U"N'1 II111:111 IJ i1x111r: l7"H7"' P11'11.1'1'111' IYINIIN XNIIII I1I'I1'XII IHONI XX H11 XX I .111 IH, XARXIIY 11.1511 IAHAIIMI 711111 N.1111f1"11.'1- .Y1'1.'1.-1' 5.11.-1'1 11111.11 ll 11.11 111 1.l,111111.'1 I"II'RIlIII'I B11111 SM. 11 1 11.1Nm11x G.M.11.1111Q D. . IDUNAIIW VII.-KN M. I.11x1x11.1111. B. I+. XX'1'11.1w H .01 HFRIIANIIIN lgA,,,,,.,,i 1A,1,,f.1,,,,.L. H G. I.. ,lrxxlws IG. j1111Ns'111x N. N. 141.11110 F. L11111fr111.11 II F. XV. LUNG 'E. K. M1111N :XYZ I Mr111 D. R. IXIKIIIII A111111111 A. N.1wT.' '. M. PIYRII. D. XV. RU111' E. VI. 5111110111111 F. R. 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Num DIRm'RIAx Hum XY. EXY.-KRT Pxl. HARR HORSIR ONRAR KVRII7 Rmmnx A. PL'Rm' EDWARD j. SIHRIIIPIIR Lffml I',w,l1nI ISI.-kR'lHA I., f.o'I'IIxL,I-IAM RURAIINI GRIIRVIL RUIII GRIIN M. IARIIRNF HIfRIIhI.4N CM AR KALI-RI.-xxx DLIRLIIIIY Com N. .. OM.-IR lf.-IVIAIXNN. WQLFGAXI.. RLIIN . Lrwls PQTTIR .. UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA PRINCIPLES UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA ELYANOR M, LAFuRL,I' GLADYS E. I,F5TIhR N, VIRL.INIA SHIRLFY Lols E. ZURNIG l'ml.u ,IAY Al.I,i'N JOAN HIRTINSTEIN XVOLYGANG KUHN SYLYI.-1 IXIURGAN C PI.. R. D. OLSHAUSEN I..'lhI.r G. I. CLARK BITTY LOL' I-IAMM Rf.-KRY E. INIAYHFXX' Lows A. PQTTFR RIIQIIARIW G. STONIHAI-I BIIIIU BARBARA GLILLEY GRACE H. SIQXTON ELIZABFTH M. TYLOR Emux XVASLHFR Fluff: CILURIA F. DOLITHITT INIARY Lou HAYES LoL'IsE D. PIXLEY Oban' CPL. WILLIAM GOXYFR LOUISE HAM ClIn1m'f.I INIAYER H. CHANNON SGT. NEIL KIRICO -IANE L. TORRENCE .,F1f.rl Vmlmv XI Land Vmllnx . .... I 'mlm . . .Cvlluf BIUVI U U11 I .KATHRYN A. KAGY GEORQE MUELLER Harm LAURYL E. HRUDA XVII.l.I.-XM A. MICHAEL TI'1m1pI'lr SGT. XVILLIAM COLE HASIQELL O. SEXTON Trffnzbu Nw JOHN R. GRAHAM RICHARD LANDFS CLARFNCE PHILLIPS PVT. ROBERT SIMMERGREN T3 mpfml ALINE M. FAIRBANRS Libnlriuzz HUGH W. EWART 786 I .I 111 R11 E1111 S111 1111111111 H,-11111111 A191111 R1'11-1 A111w LIAR1' AxD111x111N R011111 AINTIN D011111111 P11111x11 V111111x1.1 B11111x1111 B.11z11,111.1 I7-XM? ANx1 M, 1, 111P1x B1111111r ,I D11111111 H111N IUVIIIIID B1 111' R D1'11H,1r11 MARIE 13111111 Mf11113.1111 1' II,-KRR Jofxxmf M. Fwxx FLc1R1x11 L-11114111 R.1111r1 H1xx111x MRN. D11N,1111 I-1.11 XY',1'.111 H1N111' 1,011 H1111w1r,1, Dos111H1' ,I11f111x ,I1.1x .IUHM11-1 S1-1111111 VI1'111m1-A ELf11N1f KIRK UNIVERSITY CHORUS XIII H AIIIIN 1 RRI KN Nl H1111 -X I 1 H 111 111 N Hx. 11? U1 ..1. XXI NRI R l'.',1111 1 11.111 I B1111 K1x111111w .I1:1- I'111x1111 111111, BI-1H1'I1 KIN'-II1 M11111-. 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BORIS QIIHFRI E BRINRIR XX' H. BR: xxx 1 ' ' ,.. I 7 ,sf 'M 4 xxx ' H GLEE CLUB E, gwmu, GILRIRT E, BRIfNxER ,'rI'I lffr M E M B E R S Hlxlu' P. f,Ol'POLIl,LO PAVL KLIRRY R Nl-IL I-7.-XXYSUN IXIRCR DOL fm,, HIRTY XV. R. EARLY V, N, FIII1w DUNRID H.iLf4!-RG K O HANIQR IN UNIVERSITY D, A. H.kUTER -Iasox Hows R. O. ,Innes CI. L. ,IINRIN5 XYILLARD UIONIS TRRNI' S. KNIfPPrR XY'Il,lI.-XM R. INIILLIR RIURRAY OSRLIRN mlgar' R. J. PII-RsoL THOMAS E, PI.I5'I'CHIR ARTHUR L, PRICE CHARLES RICHIY HAROLD ROTHR ru. PHILIP SIANLJR JAM:-3 Wocu C. E. v1'ALE 288 bf ,... MARY E. Anmufru' AILEEN I.. BAIQIII jrem B.IIzxI.II' DORFb1IIX'J.BI'IIIAIZ lXfAR'l'I'IA L. BIMIIN EMMA K. Boxxrru JUNI' R. BR.nII.I'r jomxa M. BRYNNIR Axxx M. C.aMImxa PATRICIA A. Dumx 1NI.,xR,IonIE H. EIIII KNOX INIARII2 Esnon Iximu' E. EVANS DORIS FNIER ELFANOR I. FLIMIM. WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB IIIAII K ISINIII- bm., ij NUI., l'IIII..'If.-I 1I,1I.,,f,.I III' E ANI-I IN fx MAIN' lj. INNX P-'JH-'I' VIII IMI IMI ff: XIITXIBIYRS IN L'NlYI:QRSl'1'Y MAIIIIII IF. GI1I'I4-I M.xRIIxx V. Haxrxxfl PRAY: IN D. HINXI PAIIIII I.xj HI'I Il1II, RI'III M. HLHIIII: DIJRIIIIII M IIIIW- CQIRUI I.. ,lwliaw Juv F ,lf-Iuwx ISIRAIII B. KARIII Lum I. KI I I'rI1 XY'.ar.I-I I , KVILII1 LIIITI KIIIIIIQ Mfxm' A, KIRK AI.-IRI li, liIv.IR AIIILI li, IirII'PX'IK HI'IIx O. L.fxxII+IIIN CIIMIIWN I, L.-XPH-XM' MIRVI-IRII E, LAY M.mvIr'IIIIIi E. I.M'xI1 EIIIMIII A LIIINIR EII7.-XIII III I Imx RY M.InIrIIfx M.IPIs IMIRIN ,I MI Kwan AINRXIIIII BIIIHII. CIIIRIII' I.. MII.III.xx M IXIIIII BIIlIx Rmr M Ixfmrwlx HII1:: M. AIINIZ I.xLIuIIx:: P,xRIx1IIwx MIIRIIII PIIIIR-Im 3 N llllllfl fPIIHIHIINl Mxxlxl RIIIIII 51 XII J. Rum-II A-.x Rv u'I' Lflfmunxx xx:.IwgL'IxI Mun M sv.IImIv KIIIIIIIN I. SNXVP IXIIIIIMI I . AI'II--xII'wr: HI 11Y J, TIIxuIIY Mun' B. XYIIII III' AI II I M. XXYII III I XI IIIIRIIM XYIr.I, Mffxn .-I P. XVIII r IHIIRIN XY. XXUIIIIN IRD BIIIIIIY I.. Y.xIIw :.'.,+. i I 289 at . v ,- 023' ' 1 5 f -'Qx Vfk 1 XF xx XX 3 P QW, 2 x g X ll! f I A zgi ae fz- 1.5 2' 'I'fH'y 'f -3,11-7 sy - ..... --- - -- War" t' "3"-H ' if- .,,-Q.-.w ...Q----A -.f -- - 1 1 F rf- --. ' ' . ll' K - 'M , S, f , ,rf 1 ,.1g4g5j.21., -3555 : .ful I g Q vi- ' S 1 fgi' - 1 ' ffff wr., ' 2-gf-2 1.1 Egg if , , X f :ju z .1 nl I X , 4 1' I, X "'-L 5 If S14 'z' .53 -P 7 ,.- '-. - I , 30 0 -. INSTRUCTIONAL l.roxaiuu I. Siuuiqe Cilffrlrl. F1fl.l:I1!llIrr5, l',S..'I. C,,mrr1.:r1.li1N1 STAFF Coroxrr LTONARD C. SPARKS ..... .,..Cun1n1ami.z:1l Coroxrt CQHARLTQ A. CHAPATAN .. . . . .nlrijlznllll INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF TNI.-IVIOR IIOSITPH L. S'l'I?XY'.-IRT, ..,.............,,.....,..... Dmfrmf' ROTC CAPTAIN EDXV.-KRD j. SMITH lsr I.T. Eroisxr ST. LI.-XRIF ,... lxu LT, Ermifk W. RANDLI2 .. Due to war conditions and the demands ofthe army, which has drawn an imposing quantity of civilian stu- dents from this campus. University military activities have been critically changed. The ROTC as instituted in former years no longer exists except for the train- ing of basic Ifreshman and sophomorej students, the training in this corps of cadets, therefore, no longer leads to a commission, that having been taken over by the army through the ASTP. The six branches of service represented on the campus, including Infantry, Cavalry, Field Artillery, Coast Artillery, Engineers, and Signal Corps, are no longer in existence, so that ,..,.. .If1f1r'm'lm' .. .llulrnclof . . .lllrnlfrmr all instruction is being presented as "Branch Imma- terial" or "No Branch." The Cadet Corps, with an enrollment of 4500, now is organized as one battalion of six companies, each under the command of an 11Ct- ing cadet ofhcer instead of a regularly appointed cadet officer, as was customary in past years. The fact remains, however, that this university, in spite of the many changes caused by the war, still maintains its record of military instruction offered each year without a break since 1868, an enviable record in View of the great number of institutions who dropped military training during peace time years. 1-I-"1 --f-1 Smith Chapman Sparks 292 U Stewart St. Marie Randle 5. .9 m ..T.. AYTYR FIRINLZ COMYN -7 . ..!'n : x.. ,, I'vs GOT YOU COVERED. INSTRUCTION BEFORE BATTLE EA 511,-HWY, mm 'IHIY PRFQFNT ARMS! .:, Q .K 5 Www .. hngf,-. conf! " 'N' war .5151 dqxiw . ww 5- QW" . x . . ' ' "X w 5 'i 293 ASTP On April 1, 1943, General George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff of the Army, sent a one page memorandum to the commanding generals of the Army Air Forces, Army Ground Forces, and Army Service Forces which announced the need for the Army Specialized Training Program. He pointed out that the Army was already handicapped by a shortage of men trained in the fields of medicine, engineering, languages, science, mathematics, and psychology while the normal flow of such men from American colleges and universities had been cut off by the establishment of the minimum selective service age at eighteen years. The inclusion of the University of Illinois in a selected group of civilian col- leges and universities to carry out the program was communicated to President lVillard at an early date and the allotments of groups followed. The first to be established was the STAR Unit which tested, classified, and assigned candidates 5 all ' ' ---s-u-nga' ASTP to their proper places in the program. Later there were assigned to the Uni- versity of Illinois units of the regular ASTP in lmasic and advanced engineering. foreign languages, graduate engineers, graduate language. pre-medical. pre- dental, and AST Reserves who are under eighteen years of age and who pursue basic engineering courses while awaiting their call to active service. First year advanced course ROTC students from the lfniversity of Illinois and Norwich L'niversity upon completion of a hasic training course at army stations, were sent here for fuither academic and military training while awaiting assignment to otlicer candidate schools. In all. the allotments reached nearly -LSIJO, including medicine and dentistry on the Chicago campus. Throughout this program, the L'niversity has met every request of the XVar Department giving precedence to the needs of the Armed Forces without stint or hesitation. 2 x,Z'x v A. S. T. P V - Pfmxl' X Numan KI' 7 2 .. !:l' .iwx Q, j . f"'Ni.... j? ff' I' 4 296 C1-loxx ! I Srum' Lxsr, PLEASE HHCDXY' LINI' SORORIIIIY EN-TYIUAIX IF' 297 NAVAL TRAINING SCHOCDLS tx Maxx i t , I 1 'Ullplll' 1 1 f . I ka In I " ' 4 .3 lxx' XX s 9 Mis 0. I 6 nxk ww-ei Q X QNX it V LT. Coxmaxrarn Enxvirv Pmtuvs I.n5uTrNANT Russnu. I. DAMON C0mm.1r1.liuq Offi ti Exrrlrllz U Offer t t NYC are inen of the Navy. XVC have put on the Navy Blue. XVe are patriots. XYC go to the far places. to Iceland, to the Solomons. and to ' the Seven Seas, to light and to die. NYhy should we go out to the ends of the world? Because we want to ensure that the enemy cannot do to our beloved America what they A i have done to our Allies. This is our land, our good land, our free land. Fight we must, to keep it so. lf xve can light the enemy at the XY0l'lLl.S ends and keep the terrors of war from our shores, so much the better for our loved ones. That is xvhy xvc iightffor thc freedom to live our life under God in this, our country, in the xvay' we xvish to live it. Our path to glory and to fame lies ahead along the endless tracks across the restless sea. Some day, when xve return from triumphant in- vasion of foreign shores. xve will iind the America we knoxv, the .-Xnierica xve inherited, and the America ue intend to pass on to our children. 298 DIESEL AND SIGNAL SCHOOLS Since Klan' 1. IU-ll, thc Nnixil ililllllllllfg' Sclimil nt Liliiiiigi. llliniiis. h.is lit-un K training' SCR-gfllllg signailmcn uhm hiivc mnnncd thc Q1mnniiniciitiun pnsrs nf nm' Navy in inaiioi' lmttlcs all mm' thc xxnrld. .Xll tixiining' faicilitics fm' thc Signal School tminccs liciii' the significaincc and thc fiiiiiilignitics rli.1t thcsc mon might find nt sen, for their ti'1iiiiiiig'sclwul is ltnmin :is ii ship and un it are luuitcd ninc "ships masts" flying' the iniilti-cnlnrcd signal llnigs. Thcsc ship's masts rcscnililc thnsc un which thc mcn will lic wmlqiiig while they :irc :it duty' on thc high scns. ln this machine nga we scldum tind sen-going' vesscls that du nut usc wine sort uf dicscl pmvcr. l-'mimi um' mighticst lmttlcsliips tn nm' small Pl limits, till :irc driven in some may hy dicscl innturs. 'lSlici'cf1n'C, thc mcn xxhu :irc tmincd nt thc Navy Diesel Scliiml gain piuit-tit-:il knmi'lcdg'c of thc xiiwlqiiigs uf x'ni'ioiis sivcs of inotnrs hcfiirc cvci' going' 1ilm1ii'd ship, lfruiii this sclimil sunic gixidiigitcs :irc sent to thc Hcct ns inutm' incchiinics tn lncgin thcii' son-g-niiig lifcg others arc clmsen to gn tn niurc anlvqiiicctl scliiml in specialized ti pcs uf cngincs ict all nic xi'ui'lcing with the snlc purpose in mind uf Ultccp thc lliHI411'S running." XYhile thc Signal and Dicscl st-lwuls atc distinct in scupc. thcy arc nnifnrin in ilzivnl services, lmth training' mcn to cgirry un thc tmditiuiiiil sciwiccs uf the scsi hy' keeping the Hcct inuving in fwiiiiitiuii with full spccd aihcaid. 299 41 Ur f 11.9 MH IW' Miff- SliUOIlX11Af1rlvl Ml xx, SIGNAL SCHOOL J,1.w.1l I .X, gX.f1-1 lj!-fl -umjw, OO I mm Tm I.1xr ALL S-xllnni Lo v 'IIA I "' ill! vx wwf? ., .. V.-,wt "jg ax, ., XQffb'W'wf'fffb,3X?'ms'f3?5?55 fl' ' i' P 4,3 , gf' 'qijx , .wg 5 ' 43, 1 U, ,. :Q.,.5.'..:,:. r.-1:25,--, - Q . 7 , - V :.gV325,fv:b7Ek.g.wi1QQ:3- QLLMM 9- Q. 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Nm, Plwmgmpb NM x' 501.1015 Co-En G1 mr SFRYILIT 302 x NS Sit 1. ff' x sqm. V , - 5:0 ' xx- ., :- Q. w -3 "Hur, ', . . . 1:15 'ff!ffgnzA,"lv SIGNAL SCHCDOL PKI!-HIHIIIY mufmlx - L.: uw D1 1x 303 Rlr xlrm cv: IIIINI fY.'XXlll 1 YV,-X THE XYIEEKLY Snzrxmn TEST SAILORS BECOME PHYSICALLY FIT ,nz ,Xlm:,, , in SIGNAL SCHOCDL SIGNAL GUNS TO START THE "BIG GUNS" U 1 1.1! I UK, fx.11v1P1w,'f,g1.1f.! RY Dm' lx X'i'uH D.-xx' IN 11-11' Nfxn' jvxxn 206 BLINKER KEY CURIOSITY ,,.,..f-- DIESEL SCHOOL Imrfugrlux ox A Txxn-ur fYllNl1!R Exmm K ' Q 'Q SHOP VLANN 5 X S TH HTL Puma J4XMffkf.,c9n. '9,2Z1x'Zf7 ' 1 I Q J , 1 Q 'sf ' , 2 v' , r . 5-E .fl A kj ,am 'f":':.1 I 5 rl 'I b , -" , fx wa. 4 w . ' M914 - Q C: I T ' IN ln X I , , 1 X .sax 1 X We F Uf,'111,:l I .5 .Nam Pfff.'f-r.1 umlxm, DRAIHI 208 DIESEL FL' 1? L PU A1 1' , 1 f ENQINE Tnornui SHOCVI uns SCHOOL 1 ' x ra- Q5 ' , , . N-3 11 N. .. . -"J 975' 531- 42" A- :13S'f?'A9'Safs:'.: wjw. gif y ,, ,Spf .rr FM ., .5 .Y-,g5Q:x,x Ur A - 'Ak n1f.NX ills-, u ,.- .Wax my , S., , , ,f-fn., xr -.-A, ,r ,df ,. :gpg g. -'ff',f'- 'I rr 1, 'V 5 If JFSN ,:KJfg -.4:,.rJq'-3,,,g,f,'2,1 -Jgvx. .1534 ' 15:11,-. A vp., 4513-::ff?+fJggQ1i1?, N, 'W' xxw, .. ., ,-A .-.- .. ,..:: f 16:35 .. Yi.-ff F' . 1- rg- F.,. 'IFA Q,-f".fxe3?s.fi'f ,- ,- 'Q' gap.: - wg 4-, 3-4 -' - ' te", TY' ug--5 4' 1,2-ff vir-pigs--'pgfi 5.x-gif, 5 1. , - ,v...fjv,...,,A-2,1 M., .x 34 'Y+':'E'B,1 ' ' 'Y '1-.'151L:H223-Sxifffiivn Aw.:-. 1:'. -'Q - , ., Q-'-1?-ff-fj. . asf' QB?-4 " 531 Z' aff. fi' J-L s. '5 ' ' " ' 'rV-'5'-.- Q Ar . ,Y , , - -,- . , A: I I Il" I X X v l', 1, bi lu llx IMH1 XHUH - r 5, Q Ns..- .-- El zgairry x D 1,1 P!w:f1w.1 rf' M014-R Aw1'maLx' l' 1 .us SHOP CLASS -INSTRUCTION !,1,E.aNlNc DFTML DIESEL SCHOOL UGRI.-ur lkioxxlxxm TH E NAv1u.u'oRs 5 "W . .. . . Pmmlxuvxl IXIYIII fr ,X A-+ w-.1 . .3 f :S-55535 gi: .,,, f..!,x .F fa" .swf : Mim- . Tm' Pmx I lc U1 A Mums DIESEL 312 Flaw Am SCHOOL OMHJI l'.,Y, .Nlnm l'f'w,'ff11.:.1vl Sum-x1 summ, 1-. bm Q xv 314 Q! . Q Q 9 W! ........,..,. ...N,. W .,.... , .V ..,.--..,...-f- ..fn"" I . xx 'ii' , I-, ' x " -. ' .' N if, 1 f Q ' Ti, ,,, A ,... p' 'Q ' .1 Q-" 1 -N V-'j:,,,,,T,.-.,,..-"p.......1....:Lg,. ,xx ?X 1 5 N XX , "' ILLI-NCDISE ,,- xs NX ww , -!,-.,-.:',:..,,-:4f..:::..-. ,,g:.. -..V. -fA, - - -4-- f- , , Z , V A t I Q -4-' la lj J ' 'N , W x -:f:f-:- f ' 5:-As:11r5E:"' -., 1 " asia un a' 2 .-FESQTE' - iv if ' '-2:33, ' I full Z ' fa, Y' i ,,' ' ,f f - ff wh, -f,::j:.' i!'f45599'7ff' .,-1.2.44 Y .IUIPW 1 -- W4 Z aff' , .fff 'I' "uf " V ggzq zp, X Az' - 3. -' 4:-if-'3fg5" ' 'Egift s "" "Lf5"v 3, - ,, -1, . 1 - ' '- 'N . - .7 Z 'D " 315 ILLI-NOISE -i - 216 Nx,,,n- Jaw K. X , llll Quccn M thu Mn. 1958 Chceschxkc Parting lx Mull Nxxuul Q-:rr-vu F.lrm Blm Purmuwnt XY,-XVE59 Plpc Drmmm ILLI-NOISE -1-1 'S Emu ff, '--- 1 3 , M , 1. ,--- wi? fl 'V ,19 QNX , r R m 1 wx . XS l X K R 'lm Per Couple Pulk.1fJ1m .md M.,.mlu-.nrux Return of thc Nnlvu xuxmrm Evcry XY'edne5d.xx- Nacht I: Mn H,xpp-Cn HUC lHw:mHv1mn: 1" I I 'r 317 ILLI-NOISE WAR CHEST STUDENT DN -5902 X 5, f Our thc Top! T 318 A' lfhncf Illiniwench I Three Suppose-Its Theta Sig Coffee The Gangs All Here Lung, Lung Trail If ILLI-NCDISE 'dv !"x uesmmm UCE s-MN :Jdf A Cxxxlmn' QNX' ll Hglp II IK t V Wlmua' flmlk Tdlk P.1uw 'ul 'clxu mu BOOM, BOOM, Hamm, Hmmm Sluxnpln' .At thy 1-vrnxlx-m s J ,....,.. ....,... .........-' f -.. n... -.. E: Bl-x r--. S1- sa:-as 555.21 E:::...? 5251.3 4 gamer , ff if E:-52133:-'I A J! -- ".A"'E"':5 f - I.,-"-J A1 V if -- Q Nsx I Y fx 5 ILLI-NOISE Qt if f The time of thcxr lives Strike! The affairs of State The mm on :hc mme: "Plume, buys, don't hum down Bldwcll s qv . -O Club Commons on opening night ILLI-NOISE K.. Q ins.-:sl 1' f ala' 'sf fr'-vi" AQ 1 Fmt Dribble Illm Ill..-t4.!r.npIu-1 XX mtuvtmu Fm: Vnmn Mnxcr Hw Fury lhrwxxx XXMU llc Iimk, VH Nuir lntermissiun Q l 4 lun: Imlm 321 WW xx ff Mx xX RX A 'Nl WN WA' qcmizalions FRATERNITIES SORGRITIES INDEPENDENTS HCNORARIES AND PROFESSIONALS 32 FRATERNITIES I 1. gl. ' , Z' -V , " 16' Y 11:3 ' ' Vp Qfxl,-' 'Q' ,. , r.lf1f'fgff7fAi1I1!,,!. X , . is ""'f'i' X X L fmliiff- Q .s . 41 . Hyphf iff' SW , A ' Q " X Nan fig' 2 "WX mg K X 11223 Kg' 1? ,:, lxfzs X , ,ff- . t,:jE i l YL. thx' 153' 25 NURD 911.1111 R11jHaR1w XV, BMI .-1111114 D1'1f.1 P111 GTRRN D. SCOTT .1lA1'Z'.: lffwlfffr P1 CHARUN P. BERMAR .-llplmx K.1fvfnz L.1111f1.f,1 ROIAIRI N. DMR mx ,-llplm Xlqrml P1 W, N C.a1,x'1x .-llfvfxz 11111 O1111n.1 ,IAMIR 1.-XNTLIN B1 1,1 7111.1 P1 XV.-XRRYN Go: mu C121 Pl: FRIDRI1 R FUARD rlv P11 RALPH I.. 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Rx? 5 Q f ., ,,,i,J, Q Q K -. - v .- ' x 4 g 1 Fffralrdul Un1x'crs1ly uf Mulligan, 1-111 T11'n1.'V1-film :l1n'1f1 f'fn1,'1!u1 L11v11RF1'1' A. Annu, Ph,D. Axlmrxx I. Axrnuxx 5, Ph.D LUTHER B,AR11-IPR, M S., E PFMBR1,11q1e H. BROWN, Ph.D. XY'l11.1.u1 L. BL'R1.1sox, Ph.D,, CARI. I-I, fIASI4I'RG. B.S., ME RAI PH E, fR,x1x1fR, MS. GFORQF E. E1c111,,axx, Ph D AR'1'HL'RK FURSYTH, PI1.D. Eumixx E. ALT R11 HARD XV. BALL vIuH x K, D.-XHI RFR13 ALFRED M,B1fNN1f'r1' GFORQE W. fHlEEI.Y DON.-11.0 L. LIRIM11: FRIURICK W. H.aR1x1,ax fl' fri ,. lf, :1.Q:"',, 1 l11,'.:ffl11!11.l, 1111111 Ddkgr. Ill1n-ns Clmptw if!! l:',11.' l7,11mlX.'111 ACACIA FACULTY -In L. HA1K11x1-xx, A M. Fnvxm 1x M,P11RT111,MN t1uR11x F. Hm'11x, PI1 D. B11mAR11C1.R11R111N,Ms RAIPH K H1'1zfH, B 5. R,+'1'I.S1uxx1,M,N A11mxzuP.KR.u1,MN ,l0HAl.51'1111R,H N Fn111rR11 E. 1.11, Phil Imam K 'I'L'1H11.1, B N , Ii Ex111 XY I.1 Hxuxx, B N,1V I , A P C1r11Rf.1B XX'11x11,1R, H N , I.I. B . ,I D. HAKRYQ1. P,-xl'1, Pl1D. Rox H XYxL111x, M S. 1Rx1x4,I. P1 HRWR, I4 5. L1 R lx XY,XX'11lr.u1x,PI1D NIENIBITRS IN L'NIX'IiRSl'I'Y ff! Z' Z' "I EU W I I 5 9 5 E ' E E - Z 2 - - vw ,ll m .,., A E 7 H -1-1 ,- .. - - -1 7 , 1 : J' : f .. I1 1 7-I ' f - 1 : :J j I , Cf: '71 Q r w 'tr S4 va 'Z x. 'Q "' 2 Q N 4 Q' 1 2. Z. E I S SJ Q 'Q 4 .5 X. w ' ' N ,.d F 27 T F E 5 f 2 1' S I :1 1 L , A . . ., F, E '11 ... -- 2 1 T 1 H ' -f T H - ,, - J: ' ? 5 Z: Q E 4 'T 'I l I f T 7 - - Q E : lf 5 2 I , 5, : ,- I 1 A , x .. M 4 J- L -, .1 C' 'U Z 5 ' nf 1 2 I -1 2 - - f 4 2 :7 - 3 - z E 71 Kg 7 z M ME. Q 'Cr ,A f xx. ECI? M Q- .nas Rf1lIn1.m H.1rtr11.m Stmker ,Icslwcrg Dui: Prxme Alt R, Fume Cmemu D, Fmvlc Lloyd B.1II Bunnctt D.1I1lberg Muller Yale XV1cbmer 327 ROGER ADAAIS. Ph,D., DSL ANDRI-xx I. ANDREAAA, PILD ,IOHN C.. BAILAR, VIR., Ph.D. AYILLIAAI F. BRADLEY. Ph.D. CARL E. BRYAN, Ph,D. HERBERT E. KARTFR, PILD, FRANLIN M. CLARK, Ph.D. GIORGL I.. CLARK, Ph,D.. D EDWARD XY. COAIINGN, D,Sc RALPH L. COOK. MS. INLARIFNII: F. CROSALEY, B.S DL'ANr T. EXGLIS, Ph.D. GLENN lj FINGER. Ph.D. RORTRI' L FRANK, Ph.D. CLARK E. ADAxIs ROBERT E. ALLEN BENYIAAIIN F. AYCO1 K, ,IR. PHILIPPI' BOL'THIL1.II'R SAAILTI. N. BOYD. ,IR. RICHARD L1 BYFRRLKI ALFRED -I. IANALE DAVID H, I HADNX IEK BIINOR I. COON ALDFN L. CRITTENDIN DAYID Y, I I RTIX IHARLIN A. DFKKIR IAIARYIN DI NHERDIR RODNTY Y, HADIR MARAHAI I. R. H.iTTIIIL1 AYALLAII N, FRANK .bg ,IEE .-IQJLQV rf- "-.sg f I ,fl-1'51f'? ff. p, .- V tx Q A .X '?17"1!"J5 ra. Q , ' ,., Fff111ILlL'J Zeta Cllmptcr L'niA'cI'RI!y -If XY'iscDnsIn. 1002 EI1.1l1li.Il1I'.i. 1908 FfDrySiA- .IL-fiat f.'b.1pm,I Arm III-I1 Olwff SNES! ALPHA CHI SIGMA REYNOID C. FL'sON, Ph.D. HARRY S. GRIBDLYY, D.Sc. TOM S, HAMILTON, Ph.D. PAL'L W. HENLINI:, M.S. CHARIEN E. HOLLEY, IR.. Ph.D. B. SMITH HOPKINS,PI1.D., DSE., LL.D. RALPH K, HL'R5H, B,S. CH.-AHLL5 ,I. IAROAAAKI, Ph,D. H. FRAAIR JOHNSTONF, Ph.D. DONALD B, KEYFS, Ph.D. BORIS LI'.AI', Ph.D. JLSTA M. LINDGREN, A.M. ,IANIIN S. BIALHIX, Ph.D. ,IOHN E. DEVRITA RORERI' D. EZAIAIII K XV. EYLIR E. FONII-R ROIII-RT RORERT ROBERT I. CIANDILR DAAID B, GL'THRIIf DONAID QI, HANAHAN Rom RT S. HANAIIR XXVILLIAAI R. I'I.-AICH.-ARD PI.-ARRY F, HPRRRANDNON HENRY HOLTII LAXX IRXIN1, R. HOOPIR ,IOHN A. HORAAIQN H011-III' E. HOOD CINIARI I9 B. N4 YI Y RI: HARD T. RAPAIA K..-ARL S. IXIARX ITL. Ph.D. LEONARD D. BILVICKFR, B,S SHERMAN G. INIFNEFEF, IAI.S. THERALD INIOFLLFR, Ph.D. GEORGE P, IWLIIELLER, Ph.D. OI.IX'FR R, OX'I'RAI.AN, Ph.D. CLILLEN W. PAR:-IELEE, M5 THOMAS E, PHIPPS, Ph.D. I HARLES C. PRIEE III. Ph.D NORMAN RAI-IIOHN, Ph.D. FRANK H. REED, Ph.D. ,IOHN I-I. REEDY, Ph.D. C3RlN XV. RIfEs, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY G1'Lm'1mre Srzzdevzts ARI HIRALD M. HYNON XYILLIAAI G. JALKSON PHILIP C. JOHNNON HLIIAERT P. ,IOHNATON Rom-RT E. ,IONFS HARRY F. KADEERIAN BYRON E. LEAKH RUIAIRT L. LETOERNEAI' RIIIIERT D. LIPNLOAIR HAINI-s LOIKHART RALPH S. LLIDINGTON SIOTT BAALKINZIE XYILAIER R. NANNING JOHN A. bf.-ATTFRN EYERETT MAYNERT JOHN A. MCBRIDE BI..-AINE C. Mf1KLIsII3K ,IAAIES B. MLPHERSON, ,IR. ,IOHN W. IAIECORNEY ,IOHN S. INIITK DONALD F. MEISNER jArK MILLA XYIILLI.-AM P. NORRIS ALFRFD L. OPPEGARD CHARLES G. OAERDERGER XYYILLIAM E. PARHAAI Seniors BIIFLYIN A. RIRENNTORE XXXILLIAM R. SCHAIITZ juniors EIN..-IR R. ROIIITR XYILLIAAI H. SIYERNA ., D.bc. XVORTH H. RODEBLKH, Ph.D. XVILLI.-AM I. ROSE, Ph.D. XXV.-ARRFX A. RL'TH, Ph.D. GERALD XV. SEARS, Ph.D. G. FRFDIRILK SMITH, Ph.D. . HAROLD R. SNYDER, Ph.D. FREDERICK G. STR.-AUB, M.S., Met.E. SHERLOLK SXYANN, JR., Ph.D. FRED XV. TANNER, Ph.D., D.Sv:. CARL S. VIESTLING, Ph.D. FREDERICK T. XVALL, Ph.D. GEORGE I. XVALL.-ACE, Ph.D. ARTHUR C. XYIILLARD, B,S,, D.Eng,. I.L.D. GAIL R. XVOHE, Ph.D. DAYID H. READ LESTI-R I. REED ROBERT H. REITREAIA NIALCOLM H. ROBI1RTs ROYSTON M. ROBFRT5 RALPH L, ROXYLAND I-IERAIAN 1. SAAIPQON GEOROF D. SANDA XYYILBUR J, SHENK DOLTGLA5 A. SHEPHERD EDGAR D. SHIPPEE PAL'L V. SAIITH QLENTIN F. SOPFR RIILHARD L. SPFAKIYR FRED W. SPANGLER AREH B, SPRADLING OTIS L, UPDIKE BERNARD H. XVELZIEN XVILLIAIAI E. XY-'AI.L.ACE HAROLD S. Ayn-ANDLING PETER F. XYYARFIFLD ZENO XV. XVICKS, JR, JOHN E. XNYILSON WARREN E. WINALHE FRED XXVOODNYARID FI..-IvIus XV, XY'YMAN ,IOHN D. H'Ol'Nh CALVIN L. STEYENQ LAVFRN O. STRIITAIATTER ,IARII-N VFNER.-All! E H-msmun 05'-peuard H.In.Ihan Stevcnc Holtzmlaw XVnoLIw.1rd Kfhadwick Guthne Crittenden Herbrandson Leaf Canals Gander Ludmgton Super Matlcrn Updrke DeVrIcs Manning Locklmrt Hader McVey Speaker Streitmatter Recd XY'Aman Rebenstort Hood Schmntz Aycock Young Frank Roberts Maynert Read Venerable Samps-'-n Den!-Icrder Kauffman Hatchard Overberger Parham Hyson Emmick Boyd Byerrum Johnston McPherson Adams 328 I x.u.l'g.f Hlmlm Ilmptu H.umMun iullcuc, ISD Iwi.,-f'!.'JK..". 1"l,' l'nLf:1: wsu: xhfall sfxzjmw ilu Hut rl--lm itlul lLr11pul.nx iff, l:..'w' -fr fv: BMJ Y 'XN4 ' 5 4.12 ' V . V' 4 A0 V ,ft ! 532 'lx-r:r:f.ff,'Ys ' ALPHA DELTA PHI If.-XCQL'l,TY 1.1. Fnxv lx lmx ,-um, H N NIIQNIISIQRS IX L'NlYlfRSl'l'Y Swlifxrx im: F AfllIII'R lllllfllfj' lfuuu I ruxuxx Hxlxfw S Exam ll. -In IJIHURH rx ,I Um:--. SIIAUXWIIIIIIVCJ' l'Rllw XV. XXLRR-U L-rlzux I5 N-uw Tfcxxnz H Imlmlflr XX'HlH Rxwm. ,ln Ifhxvhfflufl Iimum M Hx1HMxX AIUHN F HH1 Hxluu lu rxuxsxum Rnmnl fl M1 xxx XYIIIIXNI If Kxmu Ifmx xmw A M1 Iilumxl in mx C. Hi xxlrn IXILBr-mm Stott Zcrr-me Tammy Mm-llur Blchmnn Hnll XV1lQ2cu skl Fmzlur PHHIIP 'lumix' Kun P Unim- , 1nrrlvIWIl1r.n1 lumix I5 M- Ixsrlrl Immnlvl XXH rw +1 is '4 ,AX l ...NA ,A 5: .. Tumlmrlm R14-wr Kmwr Mglntnu 3- 7 vgarqq, FQ Lil-QJ dl- 'AA l51mm'l.! G.umm.x Chapter Unnvcrsity Dt California, lfll-l Ell.1bl1,rlwa', 1921 Nina .'Il'li1': Clmplfm -401 East Daniel Street Tcnipumryi -409 Ea!! Daniel Slug! ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Glurdlmtc STIIJUIIIS FURRINI 11 Hun QRTHFLDO A. PIITHMAN Seniors ,loHx P, All-XNIN H. INI.-xnxHx1.1. ,luH.+x1NL-smrflk GORDON W. lVlLCLl'RE EDWARD I. ONSTOTT Romm N. Dux fox DUNAID R. I..nxmn1sD ANURFXY' L. S.-KYER Imziors RHHXRI1 fANll'f'VFl'llU XX'll1.l.fm H. Srxrnm XYll1.1.u1 L. STRIKKER Hrxkx' Tovm' Romm A. Lx:-,rn PHILLIP ZIMMERLY S0pb07lIOI'L'.Y H. Dnxuu Hu Imam, 1'XRl'HL'Rl..PRl1I,.lR. l.IfI A. Sl7l.I,lY.-KN JOHN L. SWB-KIM RAIPH E.K1x11Y F1'C.Yb71lClI l join J. Brrlxrx' IULPH XV, Hxmxuonx FRANK XV. LONG XXV.-XYNE E. V.-XRL.-XND Dux son flark Lnmmcrmg Hallbcrg Picrsnl Jaeger Saver Onstott Swalm Orr Kelley McClure Sullivan Scxcms Prime Vnrlnml Strclkcr Long Hnrtshorn Buttncy 330 Unnuuxty 11 wx ' r ff' ,,,ff:f-f f v , I.. V r .'f'Klf-.' f, ' 0 ,i+.E.175J' -,X '1,: -L' , fi znfsiy.-" -,lf 'K I :" : 'X.,f3j..g'i -.3 M 5 Iff,'.u,.n.:' :Xnllmm-I5 Clmptcl' fffgfu' . i. ff: L' 5,1 .sfftf rv HIM 514,111 1-,mf MH, ALPHA RHO CHI lfACIL'I.'l'X' 41. 'lk Anmrn F Dun, B Ahh Fuxxx AI Liv NIR. H S Umm L, mnX1l11z,l1 N f3l.Xlf N, FIILUI. A M Exmn Inu, XXI N XX'lnn1xX1 H NrHiI1k,x1N RlmH.X1ulI,Hl1I,l':5,HF.-X THUXMNE UD:-xmxl.Mi,M:X1.Iz -IXXHXL-,YV.I711zP4-vr1,l4.-XnIr,AIl X juuw If I,rx1vRl'x1,Ii 5 1XRL'N li Pxrmu, M N NI X-,nw H XX mu. M I, A I XllfXli3I5RS IN L'NlX'l-',RSI'lLX Gmdlmru Sfllnfdlf SIIXI x Txxf, Suliim-,v FIf1XxX'l .Xmf-:Ir Axxux Huw! XXRM1 , R PIM: XX Xanax XX N HXXIY I lznlim-y P-Xl'1,l4 HRXNIII' ,In H Calm IXIXIHI 1: E, MVX111 I.xXXn1 ml XX' Rm XX'11,1,1xX1 K. Dmxllxl. SU 17 In rf 11111 VU Ylr-Hx .X XX'1 nm II I"1'uxb111.111 ,I XXII X T N1Rwx4. -an Q- 1-wsgs. ' W'-V Tin: Fltldu Pxllmqf U'D.mnuIl T. Strung Lcndrum Schwulst Dowlxng ' G1les Mrnur K.xmpf Pun: XX'cnd:ll J. Str--ng R-'uc-ri I I l I l l I l I I I I I l I I I L. F-:W FIIMIIIIJ IXIIAIIII Unlxcrsity, 1850 Ilxlllltlj xlflizr' ClnIpII'II BETA TH ETA FACULTY llXIRl II A. .-XI-.my PIID EDQAR How,-u1Iw,jR,, BS, IIIIIIIIN E Ilnxx EN. BS. ALAN K. LAINLI, A.B., ELS. RI- num HIIRRIAI, A H. ALVIN I.. LANIQ, M.S. LIIIIIILF I.. I IARIQ, PILD , D SI. XY'II.IIs I.. OI.IvIN, B.S. RI-IIIRI QIRAII.-IM, DY AI., BS. CULLFN W. PAIIAII-1.FF, M.S., D.SI. Rum RT EINNI R. JR. XXQIINI C- BRIIIHI LIIIIRQI IXI.f1,uIx Rm-IIn'I' K I I aux, ,III EININ R. HRIL-HAM YI.-mn IQ. IIRINIIQ XYII.I.I.uI XY. EIzxxIN AR'IIII'II L. LIIIIQMFTTA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY G1'I1d1mfc STIIIICIHS ,IIIIIN T. H01 Msrnom, jk. ,lack A. S1 mm Se11i0I'5 Xxlllll,-KM EZIII RQIIIIII I . ,IQHNNIIN XXVARRIN F. Gm IwI,II., -lll. ItoIII'IzI' E. KRAIHI' RII HARD T. Hfxrxn-IIT IIIIIIOVS -lA?xIl-N H. HIAIY ,IAMIN N. LIQONAIID Sophomorvs AmIII'R C. lNlAIMON 'FI'L',Yb71IL'lI XVIII I.-IM R. l"lOFLSCHI'R ,IOHN M. JONFN PI ill -MII awk? .N 5 . I :Tw :Q SIgIn.I Rho Chapter EIIIIIIIIJZIEII, 1902 202 E.Ist Daniel Street Tcmpfmmryz 1104 ll"e.r1 lllifmif Slrvff 'IHOIIAN E. S.xv.ar.I', Ph.D. PAUL V. SMITH, JR., M.S. XVILLIAIII D. TErIIPI.IfxIAN, Ph.D. -II-I-IN E. XVILSCN, B.S. HFRHFRT XY7OODR0XY', Ph.D. THIIMAS C. WIINQN ELLIS E. XYANKI KINNFTH E. XVIILDRON l"lIRl1I'RT R. XVIILKFNDON RonIfn'r ,I. STIIIAI KIINNITTH H. W,INIJIinI.R WILI.IAIxI L. KLINGELHOFFER Ezcll How.IrIl Ogden t Smith Brcxec XY'Ickcndun R. Clark XV.mclerer Healy Johnson Klingelhoffet G-In-lcll jnnut Erwxn Hocluhcr Brigham Streecl Vance Kraft G. Clark Leonard 332 Fllnlllflll Alpllll Zum Dllu I hllplcl Ifniun C--llcgu, 1841 El.'l1fll.'lflll!. WIS Tlllvlfj-111111 .-111115 C'fl.lfv,'lll 012 Sllulh Sulunll Struct JI QI' .. '55i5 rf 415 'Q-.2'ig.U0f'. :.x'5,1-l,:i.,:-' 4622. 5"-lf.: 'lulnplmlly' -,Uh I:.1lr jfll-ff Xmlr XIIQNIBICRS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors RILHAIRIW YI. DIYIIHINN Dllxfllo K. Ru:-IRX XVIII!-XXI B 5iYRI NTRNIIN 'I'rlll RA IIHIIUI' R,lll'll I. Plmlln Supbufzlulvs Bl.-llxl XV. f'l.u'l-:vol XVIII :Ml XX' PRIIIII 'IHIlMiN XX',aHl, Slfrxl IR H. XX'ulxlmx AIILIS fL'R'II9 FVUXLWIIICII GIKIRGI G. Dlclurlx -IHHN A Rll.:.lll Nlrjll K illll lor. 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WILI.I.4M F. SI1II'I.z PIIUI3 xvICTUR E. S11IIIImD Pmmr. G. FIII'IwII1III4 SMITH Dux Emxmlw E. SI.aI'IfoRIu PIIIWI, Emx .um H. XYAIIHO l'1111I.1' S1.11I'.1 S111.lI'111I .IIN IIII B.-IIInmx' CH.-IIILI55 F. F.-IHIIII HII.IIIIvTII lfnrx' RIWRY KII1 RUIIIIIT Munn Ulclwl lirlqn Tluuk AI.Il MIy.IIn.IQu Frry Goduy Agullar Z.ImbI.Inu Oyakawg Tukay M. Schwartz Urnz Fcrrunm Muuucrza Andrrxu P. Sglxugrtz I.aRos.I Rm.lrIgucz Pclkurf Mmnr Berl.1nd K1IyIIy.In Em Eswrncl Bwluy Asumrwun Plcurd furrlnxhlmy Olnvcr Nugglc Ready Fuchinu 33+ ii rg.: Eg: ' 'iz ', ,,, ., . - gr-ff? ,5 ls- ", ' me 14. 5.5, ..g. lfff1m.!f.f lfmun fullcgc, IRI' lifffufw .-1.5115 ffluzjvluj XYVIILI.-XMI1. Ru'Nxn,l ,E,,M,5. XXVIILIRM H. Bfulx JUXIPH COITMAN S'mxLrx' F, B1m.QL'm' Rnmkl XY, Bnmvx DELTA PHI FACL'l,TY fHXIlll'x I. 5IlXXH?1. PILD , D 5. Hyym B xx'm1,LJ1,1u,11 N. .II IU MIIKIHIQRS IN L'NIYFRSl'l'Y SL'lIiUl'j Dua F,r4fLmn1 'l'Hwx1.v lj, P111-mn lv -lm 1 ll4.,1.',.w XVu1l1.u1,I JINKKXN AIUHN VI, mmm VI -.1 1. 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X TT v -- ,L fxhfls F Fffnr1.!L.1' I hz Zum Kh.xptL: H---mn Unxvcrsnty, 1'7lY" Em.zf.':LlfL,f. IH! Om Hnr1.lrpLl Niue xifilzc 1 I fv jrw lf.1L: yfrvlfyw .1 Lf LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FACIL'LTX HAROLD E B.-KBBl'I"I', M 5, Mxx A F.-Xl'lP'lI, M S . E L Ifhnnn' D Pun F, A M, Hmmm E. C-KRIIVR, Ph D. Ifi,-mmm E Kxxxrv, MS Pwx LQ Ruafu, Ph D, XIICNIBICRS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Rrlnrm W. Durxexxu PAUL R. ARIAGNO PAUL L, FLLM Roasm' L. Bouox RUDOLPH S, Buxoum' RICHARD E. CARLNON Grows T. DUPRI' nnuuu K Mr Han XXV,-KLTFR I, H011 ERIE C, EKNYROM DANIEL F. HAM XX'H.1.1.uf A. H,-NIMH RUM R Hum Illllflll' LE I-UR4 yr ,I 9 ITRM S0pbU7ll01'L'A' F rvxbvflcll HXIII F Firm-gx fuamrs A, jAxD,a Wu I IKM A. Ko1,1m,1 R Ru E NIHIN X'x'1L11u1 E irmww Rx- HRRIY F, Kmmwo Rumm A. Pram' XYARRLN R.umi.w Fxm XV. S'1'r-mln Gnmmlr R, YWA Vans jmn-is Bohnn Plum Ariagno K-usobud Murray Huhka Elurmnm Duensing Dupre Stroud Kmghl Sturm Purdy Hugh H.-tz -Buk.-uky Carlson R.1msh.xw Stemler Haas Hun Kolnngu Hunmstn-ut NL-hle 337 I I I I I 1. 'FQ 'V' , Ll P .1 . 'PTI I 45,-P" x,,, lfffm1.!r.! Illmuxs Em Llmpler Mmm: Unlvcrvty, HHH Evmlfll.-luul, 1893 Om H1u1.lvr.l Luv xlrflrf lklmplrrv R00 Eur Clmlmcrs Strcct 445'-1,-L.g'12E.T. 'I'ernpur.I1'v: 606 Emi Clmlrlzwm Xlrrul PHI DELTA THETA FACIL' LTY Rr-max I ANHIOY, PII Il. Fmxx XV. D1 XY'un.1f, I-1.5. XVILLI.-XM A. OLDFATHER, Ph.D., LL.D Nru C. Human, Ph IU. sxrxxnlmnx IIUHMUN, A.M., LLB., LL.D, XVARRIN A. RUTH, Ph,D. Anim R B fUI'1II,Plll'7,,l.l..lU. Ihr.-x M. l.INDl-RIA, A.M. GUY A. T,1.xxxFx',PI1.D. Ions S.fn.+xm1r.,I-l.S,t.li. XXIIIII.-XM A. N1-1nmNm.1fR, ju., Ph,D. Grfmusr- P. TVTTIF, B.S. Hmmlwox E Cl NNINI-HAM, AB. NIICNIBFRS IN UNIVERSITY Swziurx IQORTHAM H, Fnuss fuaxfrur x I . Cfrllrxrr THUMAH 11 Hurrrx' Hoxx ARD M. RANDALL IIIIIIUHI RAIPH II. D.-.ny XYIIIIAM G. DAM Doxmu A. Gnlrlfxxw ooo SU,DhU7ll0I'CX AIIYN E, GIIIIIHI Aluxm I.. Hvxxrn W. 'I'uoMAs Pow-R I'll'CXb7lIL'1I Dmhxlrw R, ANIIIRSUN Nm wx ,I, Iimnnr HUXXARIV R. NIYIIII' Krxxlrrr M. SNAPP Frm um r , Hxmnrn Ru HAIIIY D Alcmxrx' AILHN R. Purim Rrnrwr D. Suxnm' XXVIIII-XM I. Krrxmrrrmrln IlI4Il4xl4l1 I.. AIIQIIIN IIIARIIN E. PUIIARIW VI.-uk I . XVURKM,-xN XY. Dnrly Kmblw Grccnu uml Hugcler - Mullen Plcllur Iluntcr Hullcy jolmsun KlIHgtlhlJHCl V Ranchll Lnllwul Amlulwn 5n.lpP Mmmncy Pollard Neville 338 .r',N! H 'f'1UQ'Y I 1 Im flmpm Ifff1m.lL.l lfIJ.1fvl,'-fbi. lwjn C-vllugc of the Cxty ut Ncw Y--rk, 1-HH 'HI' Suutlx 'I'I11nI Ntlcrt 7'lurlyfIm' ximlru 4 fu, ".' III 'I'::n1pur3rx. AIU Ywflw Al fum! ,X SIIXXI Y 'l'.n'1m1 Axim rw K1 l.1.xHz Wu I IAM H, Hfuvm I.wN,um D. Anna Amnuz Blum HlRf1lRI'A. Bmxnxxr DAN BRLNNIAX S-XXIUII BL'mx11,, -IR I N Hui PHI EPSILGN Pl l'ACIL'I.'l'Y Nnuxa Klux Xliflh, PII IJ NIICNIIBICRS IN L'NIYlfRSI"I'Y Hrnnuu L NNN.-mx HIRMRT H KIPNIK ,IMHN kv, FIININIH.-XI ROHIRI Ln IIN Mawmx Gaim ,Mun HAR!! AI xx IIIRNI HIHVII St.'llI0l'X Iznziorx Sopboflmrux FVL'A'blllL'lI H1 RI D RMHM1 Rumnl Klrllullw PHHIP LIXINI Fmxx I.ufuR XYARRIY IXIIXINIIN4 Dum I7 Wnnxr-un: MIRNHIIII RIDIHMAN H1 Rllmxi I xx .ax 14 rx QHIIININ Ruux Dwxaxn RxPvfPIIn1 Dfxuu NIIXIRIFINI BIRXKRIY XXVIINNIIIX IAHXIII Wxlwxux Blum Mcndelwn Sllvurtruxt Lieber Klclricld QHIII Hnnlnslrxtt Lfrvcn Kulncr Rxppup--rt Rlbun Bruwslan Wkznstuln Levine Knpnu XYuxnI'wrg NIJXIIIC Nuxxumrk Hglpcv I'?r.xmIxmln Adlu 339 r Lim - 7 G27 . 4 If -4' Y 5-' I :S ' 1 li T -..ug , .. -N 15 N- -V AL I 5 +51 If I I . f --L.J 1Ff'LTg'f " ' 1 FI - ui: , . :.I11:frf' Q .L. f' I' , I ya., I r I : Y 3 I gm. "1 'SQF P' - I I ' I - I"?. A- 1 ff' "'- . ' ,K Il l l'l' I . 4 I. - A""Zf lf- f' I lllli I ' ir ,I is I- QQ. ,IE-il' ,W . f Y .T gf Y1 A .1 .-5? il in-L H I. Illmnis Delta Chapter , I , A ETQLP -!:fx:i1..I .EV 1211.151 " ro" "-IU! E-I"'-Hlfbfd' 1904 "14'x-lk'- g,t.-ix: '.ff...fff3E- ' 'R' ' -' U f jcrferson College, ISSJ 4111 South Fourth Street -3'-E, :'a"" 54- A"""4 :Q 'A N :J Y 2754 'Y' ' - ' -4 I' r ' H A Flllyrrrn I-Irlirl' Clurfmnv Tcnlpurrwyz IUHQ Solzllv Lmmln I-lI'ef1lze F A C U L T Y RORIRT H. BAKIR,Pl1,D., D,Sc. NAIHANIFI, H. ERWIN, A.M. ARTHUR HAAIILTON, Ph.D. Eruor C.-ISSIDY, Ph.D. A. AUSTIN HARIJING, Mus.D MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Grrrdzmte Sflldfllf CLARK E. ADAMS Seniors .IOHN E. BARTHIL Gomvox F. I.l'I'INI'R YWARREN I-I. OLSON LOWFLL O. ROBERTS XYIALTIPR L. ERIH' PHILIP C. MITCHfI.L K. LONYFLL RICHMOND FRANCIS M. XVRIGHT jznziors EARL W, BONTEMPS ,IUHN M. LUNDIN Soph0111oI'es THURI.-xx F. DIMPHIY LIELVIN P. Rosxr, JR. I"I-csh111e11 JAMES A. CARVIQ WAI.I'IR A. HAGEN RIID Hoxxn ANDREW WIHITE RI: HARD G. HAIINI R R-Ixke Hnlncr Hagun Buntcmps Lundin Erley Richmond Icitncr Dempsey B.Irthc-l O son XVhite Carvis Roberts 340 I 1 'fflgg Q97 '1- 0-' N .xi . .' X. 1 .0 X -' X ' 5 xta-0 el-Qing' F11l1mi1..' Alplm K.1pp,1 fl1.1pILr I Yale Unxxemty, ISHS E1J.1!-l,11l1:.., 1940 Tl111.'y111f11 .-l1:115 l,l1.zf1.'111 52 lim! 1111111111 .'l1f1111 PI LAMBDA QPHI Senior SAMUIL K , B1 uM1x11u1, 1IHIf01'.Y ALBFRT C. Mrruux M11.1ox RH11m I,rc-xnn A. S.uw,a'1 :XIIRIIH C. T1114 Sopbowmres SYLVAN Lux RITNCE Su111x H, Al.'XfN re B1Rx,uz1w 5111.11 Frcsbvllclz D,-.vm L, Br1z1qoxx'1Tz R1C11.x1z1w I.. r'.u11wz11 Bunwx D. LIXXIN XX'1111M1 J. WFRNSIRA Invlxcz Bnoxsrrm PAL'I.CC1f11SF Anxmn J, OPLFR S1wx1o1'R XX'11m1AN JOSEPH S, BLRCH D,u'11w S, XY'l'Xll'R Bcrkuwxlz Opler XVe1nman Bronsteun Keller XV11sscrn1.1n f'.11d11z11 XY'exlc1 Rlmde Swgel Lawrence Blumenthal Lewis M.1rcus Sams! Cucosc Bumh Merkm Tilk 3-H Alf 5 i ,F LAE X 4' :I "' I. ....Q.4,! Illmv.-N lILt.1 Klmpul F I I I IiI.'.1!:l1I!1..l. IROQ l'n1xursltx' wr ,-XI,IIw.In1.n, ISSN Jll Eu! 17.111111 Sivan' Um llmlffl X 'lffmlu .'l.1,w. r11.Ip1.w Tump.1r.Iry- sm. Sffn.'Z1 Ifnrlw Sfflgf SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FA CULT Y .Inu-PM XY. AIIXRNDIR, H N Pxrl. M. GRFIN, Ph.D, ,IQHN H. PHKRHL, B.S. Rum H,F-xmu.11'r PII D 1.111 T, juuxsrmx, A.B. FRFD H. TURNLR, Ph,D. II Elm -kRI1BRlI'N,AlS UNI an A I.1fI'1'xx ll.I'R, B.S., M.E. PAUL VAN ARSUILL, Ph.D. Fmn XX.41.RRllR Rurauuw R .'XlLIN KIIIH l.. Bnuxxx -In-HN D, Cnxxxmx BIN-lwmlx B. I Luna Rwrunr D. Exxlx XVIIII-NNI S CIM: .XIFNIBFRS IN UNIVERSITY Gmdlmrc Srudellt KFITH S. 1 uma Senior ELMH1 L. IXIAIUR, -IR. luniorx S 0 pb 07lI0l't.'j Dum I . NlK'Hlll.N f"1't?A'b7llL'lI RHHARD E. Hr-Mu Lxu':x.um D. R.u'nL'Rx .Lux G, Laxchxx Druxun G. ROIIINQON Gumm W. Mummx K. G. Rum XVu,l.l.xM B. Nnxxfmm ,lmux E Rlw, :hmm xx B. Ur IINHINI-R fH,-IRI rx M. Vax DUYM ARFHUR XY. TOMKIAQ 'I'HronoRrf W. XYIALIFNKNIYHT ,Imam W. Wfmnrx Fnfxxnc L. Wrmfx BFRYI E. Wnrrr Pxrl ff. ZIIIIR l'i1Il1rnIu f.1nnIm Urfunhlxcr XY'.1'rcn f,.1rr1cr 'llmmkins Rubxnsun Null-,lx Y.m Duync R-mx K, I lark Enwls Ncuum1I1 Graf Tlmnus Allen B. I lark R.nyIvurn Hunrx M.uILIcn l..mu.ln XV.1genknccI1t Rugg Zeller 3-I2 , m e , ., '1 5' FN, -+v Y- , , . . 6 i f 1 l if I I ' C -IQUL ' .l' .tag 9 5 , mu. 4 l...I-M Ifffffflllbf l1l,',:!l,w!l.!, llflyl Collugu ul the K ny or Nun Y--lk, lllll'l IIHIH Nluxlm Furla Ntruct Tfvl-'l-fill tlllrll llxljmrv 'lulmmpmmy 'IJ Ill Uflwll ,lmml SIGMA ALPHA MU .XIFXIBICRS IN L'NIYl'fRSl'l'Y Scniorx R.-Xl!-'H A. BIR1.:-l,xx Xyllll,-XM H, Blxzlnm Rosrm bl, Bl'lklR RALPH Boxxx BRVCI E. Cmnu-Nr Blnxnm Brxba H FMD:-sux S. 1 AQSMAN Anxom Dunmmx Hoxwlnrw G.anx11'z Rlrn mn Gmlmnrm, Llmn 5. Fummx I.1ux.uuw G. FHIIR Ham ann EllNl,-XX Bynum l C.. lmuw- Blnxum Ln umm jx-QPU ,l Hrnlmxx S,-xxmkn I ,ll-llll Muulx If ,lun Alun I, KXXAINII Izmiorx Sopbollluruy I"I'L'5h7llL'lI Hl'Rlux A C.uR4Hml NURUN I Hrlxln AIKRNHXII A Maxx: R lux I.IPPllZ ARNUIIN M. Mlm x Enxxxx R.uu'u lvL'Y Rumw lx llaru-In I-Rx All-KN L. NHIRMRN 'J mmx I.. Nmmx .'XRIHl'R P. mn, Hmmm nm, Aux Snavxngl Hmx .um E Xvllxxl I I3 Lux mm: S xxrllxlrx Rlmlm Zuzmx E ,xx I 5 3 xv ..- 'rl'- is f'.1xsr11,:n Zaxlwun Garmtz NIL--n XYHQ ,Unis ,hrlc Hu lm.1n Wnlx-ln R. Cn-l-llwxu Kmlrm-z Llppltz Mmm-1 Slmplm B. Lmlllherg Xumk Humcr Rnugh Rmlmk Lmlllnmn Dlulmnn Null: Fcllcr Harm Fry Gmxlwfl lfllnun Fukui' Pvclgnmu XYL-lnxteln Slluman fl-nlcm 343 LI I-xxn, F. .-XIJDIIIIVIH, PII D RIIIIIIII K, f.L.-IRR, Md. Mxxxuu, rl. Dcmsfv, PII D LQ ERNNI'CIIl'Nl'LKI,PI1D AIUQRIII ,I Imxx FII Huw IIII1 G LAIIRY ,Ima H, Bunn I I' XY'II,I,IuI E. FIIUII Il II XVILIIII E. Hrrcroxl BIKRTIN E, BRUIIAIQIII fHe.RI,Ic N Buxx XY'IxvI'rIx B, DIITO F-I.fn1.!I.l XII mm Mxlltary Initltutc, 1800 liIl.I!1llIlu1l, 19112 Nfrztf-I-t'.',!f.' .'II.','It I lnIjI.'III IIIIV1 Ilnul PurII1I'IlI.I1Il.I .Inf Ie FACULTY , ef? CI.Imn1.I Nu Kluptcl H. Fnaxtn JQHMTONI, Ph.D, GIUKGE W. PILIQEIS, Bi .E., C E -IUHN P. joxss, ja., A,M. TFRENCF T. QUIIIKP, E.M., Ph D ll'I-IRS R. MII,LS, BB. NIITNIBICRS IN UNIVERSITY I.IONI'L ,I Gow IT ROI-IIIII F. HIIMIII XXVIII IMI -I. KIRNI YI MII N XY. Doxx1.INt, I.rI B. DRXPFR Rom RI F, FIxI'c,.u L.f"Im A A. bIII.IfwII' Seiziorx IIIIIIUVX IIH Sopbo111oI'ex FI'l35b7lIL'll -Imax H. I-InI,Irx.u' ,IQHA Y. OxHllRNI- Fmfn C. Gown I-Imu.aIua K. ,IIJDNUN RCIIIIIT E. AIVRTON FREUFRIIL A, RUSSEIL, PhD. Eoxyum E. LIU! CAIII, E. TI-ILINMAN ,ICHN E. Pnoxurn ELLxxx'c:IzIH STfxvI'R C. SIfmI.Ix' R.-INIIY JCI-IN E. Rosa Emx ARD XV. Xxrl'-IITI .III GFORGI' C. XXIILLIAMS II,Iw nu ,lutlmn I-Iulmrcnh Gund Glllcspic Dittu Ross Finegnn r Bunn XX'IIlI.1mx Dmpcr Raney Dowling Mommn Brubaker Froelich annex I I-Ixwll Knit TI-Iun'n.m Goulet Pronger Emery 3+-I I 9 4 K X 6.93, ' X - X11 ak x .gunfi- Foumled' Dclm K hnptcr University of Southern Calitnrnin, 1924 Er,'.f!1lfJv..!, 1031, Nim' Jiflizf Cluzplvrf WA l!"rv.'G'm11S1m'f FACULTY JOHN S1 RAAULLI., BS . C E. Amxn R KNIIVHT. M E, M S , li I MH: K Tr'1m11,, H5 I E Hmmm N. H,n'xx,aRlw, N S , BE. Fnrmnn K C., SlRxL'I1,MS,, ML-LE, r-nnw11r,XY11n',B S I I ,Xl EXIBICRS IN KNIYIQRSITY Seniors FRl'IlHKl1K H. Baron Suplnwlmrcs JOHN XV. Hrxm' Waxxl A Sx1L"r,t Rrwumu' M. Suvmxb Gmmvr A Zmxun LIAURICF I., KrmmoL'c,H Frcsbvnclz Romm XYZ JAQONQN Rn HARD E. SIIIVIRHM Sellstrom Smutz Stephane Kxmhrr-ugh Zimmer Bnfcom Henry Jacobson 345 I xl-mu 1 Hu Q if , 4 ' "' al Fl WTW. JJ 5' 'Q 72.37525 'HQ 2 .4 H-J" . 2-4, Plum I luptcr lfffnff,lI.l E1,'.Jlflnf'uIl, I'IIl' Vlmunmw Unixcxxlty, ISU' -IO! EMI Arm-wry Axcnue 'lff,'1.'1-lffnf' .II.'l1u L lv,1p,m. Tcmpumry: 110.8 Xfmllf .lI,11l'I1zf Xfne F ACI U LTY IIX, AI S , B I' l'l.lRRlNUN A.Rl1lHI,PI1D. AL'r+Ru' B 'I'.n'1oR, Ph.D 'XIIXIII R l'iNI1vI'll,xllj.AlN,l'E ERNINI I.. S1:jsL'lfl'lR, M.ArII1. -IUHN N, XYFIW, MS, mum I' PXIXIIR. M S L ln.HtIl I I-.NI-.luv Lwrzm XX' link xxx uw IE Iiux Ill I-llllu IIIIW Cllllxlk I1 iw lxxrw XIICKIBIQRS IN UNIVERSITY Grlnilmrc Sim mum :N QQ Uxuuu Rm-R SUIIIUVJ' IH-UNIX XV. UR-XII ,lxxux r. N1-xx xnxx IIIIIIUVX Rum xv F Nfxxxun, ln. 1'c11f.v Rumnr II Nunn Fmn .I lJXLN1H S0ADbU7lllll'UJ' Y.'1l 1 1 xx! H11 xx I"1'cxh711c11 Iwuxrnn XYVIIIIAM I4. Hmmm I' IIlRxHmR+.lR fvI'UI1l.I XV. Ixlmmkuxx, jk L1 xl III XY. RQMERS Lvu H. SMIIH Rum R1 Rom as Anmurn nl. SKAII' .Inns SL'1.1lx'.xx Emxmm UI. SIAHMQE AlIwIPH Rum-Y l'lAROI.I1 gy. 'l-I-IIN 1.11 I. 'I'L'nxm'1l, 246 Ruucm Huclicn Tclci Smlmkc Grimk Ihmsey Manthey Smith Fuzrur Hupp P.u1sIl1 Skllc Vmch Sullivan Hiclfce Bucttncr M4-rrnw Bunk Gull Nord Ovcrbcrgcr Inskccp Turnbull s kid . ' -AQ 5 E.: 4 P1 1 Implur 'Ihf I -vllugk 1-I :Im 1 lu 1-I Nm Yurk, 11-lu lIllUMvull1 Thmi 'smut Yzxunfwfffm ,i.'1.w llxrfm W Ivmp-mux lmm U", 'GfUf: Mm.. TAU DELTA PHI NIEXIBICRS IN UNIYICRSITY Gmdzmtc Student Mwrn H KH.-.xv-N lll1IfUl',Y Mvnux -I. Cylmun Wu HR lxmux lmxrwl XYIINNIIIY Suplwlfzwcx Rumm BKVLIR Anxm R A. I,vxHrx Brnwmlw Nuxxmx limnum S+ HU mv Axmzlxx ,I Fmxk Munn Mmlxmxlf I-yunpwk If xmgm l"1'uxb111cf1 Hmxanu H. Hnmxm 1 vu lxawHl:. Huwln 'I'nxmMl'xf l'1 1 nw. E T. wx Pall Fu Hs -luwm Rmx ll4 H lr nnnln XYIIHR xx Kcuihin 'lycncnluunl Rmx in h Fuucr Fmlms Bmwdy Shcrrv XY'ldr.un Tnulw Lcshin Cycrlwr f'l1.mnun Frank XY'cunxtcm Nusmmv Nmkuxutz lndclk S.Pm.ut7u 34, lggrrriyf ,. M., 5 T y. L ,N F , 9' 5 .. ' - YE x 'fl '?Fif'2!Q Psi Chapter Fnnmlul Eflubliilfed, 1924 Kjnlurnhia Universlzy, 1010 HIS East Arnwry Avenue Tlvrly Ailiw Clmplwr Temporary: 105 Em! Dnnic'1S1ree: TAUQ lfPSILON PHI Seniors ,Immun KLFII-IFI.D EARL N, NOVICK juniors XY'1l,M'nT I.1Fm.lNC. Hmw.nu XV. INIINN Sopbomores GILMRT ECKIRLINLQ HARWY j. Pow Isfxmn A. SHARE GLNTHLR S. SUM Humax FFLDM,n jskrmr RAIIII ,Mcx P, SoLovx' Buzrnx I. Zora F l'6.Yb71IE'7I DICINIPH Am XV, H.iROll3 K.u3:M.m SIDS!-Y 51Lv1Rv1'E1N llmuxrr S. XX'I-'DHVR jfmvn BAM Lxcmxmm j. KLYIFIFLD QILHVRT XYVAIQIT-R C'H.uu.ls G. ZAKOIAN Sinn rn HRH.-KN ,IVIILN S. Nm MAN Srvmomz Zmx OIKOXY' Zuuh XVcbbcr BAM Solovy Llcbling Minn Share Kaufman Enkcrlms Pm! Stem Nrwick Kleiticld Raffcl Feldman Leyy Ncvxm.m XV.1ltcr Ash Britnn Zlkuian Kleifelcl Zxvvfmlkmv Silverstein 348 I.,.g 5? E.- I .514 ., PWC .' . 'P' I' 0 9' f 'v .5-r rn o ar lllxnmx Llmptcx Ffmulhll Uf1lWf5lfl'Of llllnulx, l'IlI' Ill lint llmlul Strut EigZ1lI'4'rI xlfflru Cfnljvfwl 'l'cnIpur.Irx. MV film' llnml Xlrgll TRIANGLE FACL' l,'ltY Euxxfuun E. B.xI'rI1, M,S,C1Ii. Ruumvn P. Iimblv IIIR, M 5, r II, I.Irmwu D, XXYIIIXIII, M S.,f'.E RALPH S. CROSSM.-KN, K1 E LHELVIN I., Emma, MS., CE. Auxm R. KxII.II1, N Ii., M 5, E II li-IIIIRI LI, ZIIIY, B N NIICNIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Gmdmzte Student Rnnlfru G, ZIIIY ., MS. H.xIu'Ix' H. joklmrx, B S. ARTIIVR C.XY'III-xnl1,B.S,I3 Fu: . l.I Swziors ROBERT I.. ALIFN joux M. Iilnmxl juux R. Mlmwlfnm LIIuIu,I XX Umrux- HLIGI-I T, BOYD Bums XV. KIIIIY Rnnrnr F, lNlUNHI'R PIIIIIP H. SPAIN Rmzrn E. DOOII-Y Dum B, XX'Il4NIIR j11l1iw'I' JOHN C. ASCHFRMAN RIVH-XRD I. IFIXKIIN .llRAlD If. ,IAIIIII1 XVIIIIMI M SIIXIXII FRFD I., Brcmx' SOPIJUIIIOIAUS DONALD W. HAMIR Emu R Nrnuw F I'L'5b7llCll CARI. Rrnox ,lmux R. RI MIN jacgur Runycn Snkkcmn Rub--k Nluggx licclxly Asclxurnun Conklin Allen Wblwxtur Cmwnun B-,yd Zxlly H.Imcr Kelley Durrant Mosher Dooley Spun MI-IJII-I-In w J Lux Lmrxrx Ixiwxanlw H, Blum x MALR141 I., Bnmxx sumn Lmxmrrlx HPRMHII Hmzmulx Immxnu M BRINNIJR jus, If fmnm- Ervxxwrw F. Lvl al x. JR, if s 'nl' -1 an -X Q24 QQ QA. .Q ' 4. :ge 235 'gil ZBT.s,f 79. .f 'Z ,QR hh. Whig' ZETAX BETA TAU Scniorx jlllliarx hi.-Xl'RlKI N. Q1 A11 EDWIN M. Kmmr SUpbU7ll0l'US Hmmm A. KRl'l,lXYlI1H Ronlm' E. S.-xlzuxx' Brkrcw B. Lux' F1'CA'h7l1L'1I Iluxxlx tml:-I-1 Hoxmxnn A. Slum A1 .ax 5. Gm-nxnnu, H1-mu' A. Sxrmn Ru HARD M. Lvru'wM1.x GIRAIIW M, Srnrr-1 Rim C.h.lPtcr lfffffflrlnl livmlflnl-srl. 1912 fwllcgu uf the K ary ul' Ng-xx Yuvk, ISHS fill' South Fourth Struct lhvlvmrffzlr' glrlnr L luzpirfr 'Il-l11pu1.x1y: JI! Erzfl Cbr1lnlL'v,r She -'AMES B. Gm runem, F Nomux H. SHACUFF BIN F. Su-rm-Ns'rAm HARLID S, Vurrk H,-XROIU A. S1RL'M Doxfurw T. Uxurn KHARIIN H. Wrxx icltcr l hcrbu XVenk G. Strum Sfhucrlsmdt H. Strum Bresslur Levy Snyder Krlgcl Gnldxtcm M. H. Brmvn Slwaumlf Goldberg Krulcwlnh Hurnslcrn Snzflu E. Glart Lfrecnburg M, L. Brown Virmr Gmppe Unger Grossman 350 - A ALPHA EPSILON PI ,"f""L!L'! Dclm f lmptu: New Yvnk Urxlwrxnty, NIS l.X,.,f,f,,f,L,,f. Wy, Tl""'VM7'L" fiL"'f' fl'-'!7"1"' R03 FM! Grcw-rx' Drwxc 'I L-1npwr,m lmm IK 4 Illmyff, A.'rU,' 1-'AClL'I.TY Dull: kv, H-m'H1,lx, PI: In .XIICMBICRS IN L'NlYlCRSl'l'N ia fi ., ,, .I . ,Q Diff. Vhtak 5 iv- 'V' 'EWU Q f ,. T15 4 ff 15" Ev: 3 f Q C- Z! 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Amurmmjff, P1115 B MumIYI-xr-kl.x.lfI11U,IW n , II. ld Hun I,,NlXXllINllll.PI1l7,4 P -X jmix A Cllxrlx1,PhD lull ,I XVIIK nv., Ply D .HITXIIEICRS IN L'XIYIfRSl'l'X ,IAMI-S M. BI-All Amwlwx H F1 xx FISXX,-XRIV F M: bmplw, Pu! li P1 xm IW DULLLAS A. Harm x 'l'Hn.x1'xx O Hn.m.l'.N Ilw 14-as F M411-wl wx YI mix l lun: x-U Lvlumyx XX' HH mx XX'xl,1n-x KHM5. ,ln hm uw ,I km HI ,Nurs N. I .ar.1'Lrs Gmnmv E. DFILJNQQ Lrxx1S J. DUNN 'I'cn1p-nxxry: l1fll'f lfl -I I"u11r1+'xl1,u11.: .Il L um DM In R Mm I I1 Xvumxx L. Mr :frm I Q Ihml-R1 L XY: xxsu .-X11mx'.R XXHM Nu HMI ,ut XY- nl xla Krcyci FIN Kzrk l'u.nlw-uh XYLIIX Mxbmzxxn YNIm11cxk,a 1 ,mlm XX'u.1xLr H4-.xll Hmwn Dunn Murphv hlwfict Hmmm 351 CHI PHI XIELVIN C. BREWER. 5.5. Law Rrxnr W, MURPHY, A.M., l.Itt.D. KARL A. XVINDESHEIM, Ph.D. ERNST G. Mirusws, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Buixr Bmzxrs FRI-DFRIQK H, FO.-KRD RALPH E, KIRKIENDALL RICHARD O. MURDOCIQ CARL R. DICK ,I.-mis D. GRIVFITH DAVID I.. IXIINARD R.n'RIoxD H, DL'H.AAIFL ,I,xMEs D. KE.-XRNS '2-Se -'H Fffumft J Printcton University. 1824 1'!1ir.'5-isrni .irlirr Clmpteii FREDERICK XV. SNIDITR ROGER STEVENS Sigma Chapter Erlablirlned, 1912 503 Earl Clmlmerf Srrssl Mathews XVindesheim Hodges Foard Kearns Barnes Minard F A C U L T Y ARTHUR R. I RNTHORNE, Ph.D. PAUL N. Lfmnrs, Ph,D, TURNER H. TRIMBLE, A.M. CHARLIN R. FREDERICK, MS. CHRIS S, RHODE, B.S. ARTHUR C. XVILIARD, B.S., D.Eng,, LI..D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY THORIM R, BRRHANR XYIILI.-KM j. FANNINLI NIKQHOLA5 KRAsow'sI4x' ,IOI-ix C. MCCULLOUGH Ions: E, CLNRINDH ui gli CHARLES P, SMITH 10 1 ii- .1 I I 'fl-.A ' X F0lllIuJE'd University of Pennsylvania, 1850 F0113-Izrn Aflflf Clvzzplwf Brahnna Fanning Smith Stumm Krasowsky Cunningham 352 Rho Chapter Eflubfirhed. 1892 313 East Chalmers Street Temporary: 1005 Soulb Fonrlb Street SIGMA PHI EPSILCDN FACL'l,'l'Y DEAN A HR,XNIl1XN,AI,INILlN Mum H. l'l1x1vx11x', A M 11111111111 1, 5 HIIllkl'1,IJ11lJ -Iuux C, B1w111x1AN, Ph.D. XY'1111.xM H Nlxlxx, P11 D Rc11+1111 A mx111+1111,, A M ffllihl.-KN R,C-R111'1111.PI1D 'I'11m1.'u E. f1IIXIR, P1111 N1111u1+x X1 111111xx1a1x111, M M111 R'1lPHf HH. BS. llwx x1111I NK11111, M N. XIICNIISIQRS IN L'NlYlfRSl'I'Y Loxx ILL I A1M1,1Nx L1,xR1v.11R11x114 'I'H11u1ax Kam' X 1411111111 limmm ALYRID I 1111150 Ruxuv IW LR1111- x N11v.1x Rua: 1111R11x ymuxp Hoxx .-11111 D.u'1S .Q Q, iaiif' egg N fe s f 15 Q GGVW, wgw Ff1n11J1.f II1111-11s Alplm L11.1p1L1 , l'n1u-rs1lx nf R11l1n111r11l, WUI 1:1f.zf-l11f'1.!. 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' 5 155' is N Q , fi' x WV as "TV Q -iff aff" Q ,J , N -, - ,X 53,4 Nl'-Y gzff 355 mllplnz flu Orrzrga xilpha PIII Dell.: Zu.: Plvl Omega Pi if 563 PHIIIII-S AiIl,DRlU ROHIRIN I.0R,'KYNI' LIPRKFR BETTY I5.uI'5 ,IULIFTTF CVODERRE AIIIII Rmr SALYIRY- EIIRNOR PIIIQITT PHYLLIS CARTER ,-ilplnz Drlfa P1 DOROTHY Mraz .'ilpl1.1 Epularx Flu Bl,-KRVIORIF MFYI R .filplnl Cf.m1nI.1 DJLI VIOLA SHIIRKIY tilplnl Ollllurffu Pl DIIRYX Alaxr AIII PAN- HELLENIC CCDUNCIL MARUIRET PHIILIPR . P.-ITRICIA GAGAN ....., DOROTHY ANNI MLYRPHN' . CH.aRI,nT'rF ROHFRTN DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN . . Rluluzlg . ...., Pledge . Smzal and Waf- , . SI'lmlarIbip . . . . Pnl1lluf-y ,Vffplwnflfw ffnlxrlnl LORAYNE LIPSKFR xllplza Xi Dulla ELF-XNOR GAYHF lflu 0rr1fgI1 Lou ALIPITFR Dllra DJJ.: DI'll.1 -I.INr Cnorssufmx DI lm CIIMWI1 MaR4..aRrT FRIVIIRII '57 ..: I if-Isa. OFFIK ERS ,,. ... ,. ,. ,.PI'e,I1.ln1l . l'1fe-Prryialalzl , .. ,, ..Ym'Iw.zr,I . . , 7'ImI11wI COURT Chairman GLADX5 LAPH.-IM. . . ,. . .. .. Clmlrrrzarz Chair-nzan Chairman Chairman Clzairnlan LOUNCIL ME H HALLIE DAYIS ....,. HAROLDENE HORNOR, FRANCES HATTENBURG, . MARGARET Rofmms EDITH SOBUROFF. . MBERS LUCIA LLEXX FLLYN Gamma Pb: Bala INIARILYN JARYIQ K.1ppaAlplm Them FRANCF9 HIQALY Kappa Dulla EI.oIsH MCCARTY Kappa Kappa G.m1rr1.I K.-IY HII K9 fs' XT, Q v' X- OF APPEALS .fllnix Q ... A V 3 . 'V GAGAN Nfilpba Gamma Della ......A1pha Della Pi ......1lplJa Omirrorl Pi .. , . .Della Delta Della .Kappa Kappa Gamma ,...,,.Ylgma Delta Tan IWARILYN XVIBLE Phi Sigma Sigma HELEN SHER P1 Bela Plvl MARGIE BITZFR Sigma D:'llIl Tan EDITH S0RoRorI' Zela Tan :llplm RUTH Nillllkll :Y E 1 ,If COIVYRRP H'YI'TENI1L'Ro HLTRNOR Isfmcs LAPHMI LIPNKIIR MURPHY ROIIIIINQ ROBERTS SAIYERQ SOBOROFF 356 'Yi . F. X , 9 0 f f" I. 15 5 6' . I'ffnr1I!I.f lI.I,I 1 IIAVILI DePauw Unxxcrslty, IHH3 I.I,'..'fIlrIl,IIl. JVM Sf.x't.y-Ilmr .'IIJ:Ie ff',Ip'I' III1 .Mnff lm. ,fn .-III: I BARBARA A. Brcx PHYLLIS A. CARTER LII.I.IAx G. CAVETIE PATRILIA j. CALLAGHAN VIRGINIA H. CHOIIINARIJ Sur IIARIQ DOROTHY A. EMSINQ Prom' J, IHIIMIN JANE Ixa,I,u JANE G. ,Ir-RDAN bf.-KRY J. Bmx MAN juxr Bm-YIFS JOAN CLARK KATHIRYN A. Conn ALPHA CHI OMEGA If A C L' LT Y LIARRIIA H. Hun, PII D. KIFNIIEERS IN UNIYICRSITY Gluzdlmrc STIIUICIIT Al,-XRIURII' I.. XYAI IIR ARNE E. DIRKx MARY K. PIRRII NI-KRIURII L Huxxnx BI I'I'x' A. QIIHRINII Axx E. GIRIIIR ISI.-XRIHA E. HIYII BIRxIfI j, HI-Ilsuxw Sclziorx Axr,AIII I I.I HI AIR PITRII IA A, M4 NIII HI ITF ,I. NAM I IIIIIIUVS BII FRI Y M, jrlxre BI ITY A. INIQRAHAR l'I IJAIII IH I., NILNIIN S0 pb0l1l01'U.Y DLbRlI'IHX'f KIIIY ,IIAA E. KIRIII MARIARII B. HARIAMI SHIRI II' A. Hoxx ARIN ,IAM L. KIIIIIIII1 NA' MI ,I Kmnxlm, f-IIIZI D. NIILRINNI. Rx IH I, UPPIII F I'6Sb7lI6lI EI I Axon G. LUIIRIIA LIIA P. N1lTHl1I'HII MARIIII A. PFRKINN PI IIIN WIIIITI MRRIARI-I j XX'III'I DIIRIIIHI' A ZII.IIA I.I:I'IRI M PRIIIIII RI RIMIRY Rf1I.Ixx PKIT NHMIIT III-IPIIIRI F XX AIRIR Bun' R R41-R HIIIXA H Zx1IxIIIRI ,II I II RAMNI x PI-llwfll I A SANIIIHRIH AIKRYI XX AIX' x Im.AnxI-I I. XYIIITIQELL f -R - s, , Q . u v It I . iw Y - fx Q I 1 U- V39 ' I Inu MIIn.III.m HImcx Kelly Ncunwc llppuu Zn.IrIIuIkI C,III.auII.In l I1-IIIIn.1IsI ,IIIIII.In Ruby Rfmlem XY'.IIkcI HIIIIm.Inn Ruse N.ls-In Inulci Hlctt GcIIIcr LIcIIIII1g NIIIIIIII Hgwkxni XY'IIc3 Zeglls XYIIIIU Hu.Id Nan-u C.IItur Bak Dnrkx I'cIIcc f,nctIc MINCII Bowman Pmchl H.IrI.Ind Kmcmg Bm5Ics HIIWAIJ XXQIIR-'In I.I--IIIIIQ XX I1ItcigII Keilholz S.CI.1rI: N-vII1duIfI R.Im5ey Pcrknns 5.InIIIIIrII IIIH1 J. I Ink 357 w in Wg' Q .11 'tk' "ZH K ' . age. - .1 lff-1n1.lL.l Nngnu I Imptcr XY'cslcy.u1 College, IR'-l li1l.1bl1Ju.f, IUIJ X1,x.'x-rzsff fhlnl c lufpm. Jjlfj l!"Ur ,N'Lm,r'L1 Klu'L'l ALPHA DELTA F.-XCL'l.TY Mun M Hxuuv, A H. Fnaxmw M4GlHFr. PHD. Mwml IIIIII. HN DLlRuxHN l. Bkuxxx H-Xlll! P,D.ax1x ,Imax Cv lfruml fill--X I, ldmxxxxmm' Nrmxudl HIRHXVIIIX Puma A Armmn Dc RIN M H-KR'lll'l Dmzmm M rfnlun Mun' A Aamxaxlmlr H1 I xx' l, Him. Vlfnx M, HIVMIXNI ur IX M mini ,I Cl xxrx-.rum A1 up I. Dxx Yun H1 MICNIBFRS IN UNIVERSITY Mumuu L., Hn-x.uH D,,l1.xx l.14..aTl Luna: L. -lm-lxxox 1 1R11 4 , 1.1.1 ,II uw: 1NI.C1Alx1x LANII B Dux IIN M.C1Rllx Seniors jlllzimgv S0lDb07llUl'GA' FIACXLWIICII M.-mx' C. M1QuAm DnRo'1Hx' ,I Muxz Dmus A, ,ll'mfN LX1,-XDI 1 1 INI- YI. Mm mx' L.L'X'IRI.-K NIPII Dmmlux' L, jm4xsmx I. tH.xR1.m ll 1NIAn1.oxx Hum J. NIKH1-lvm PI crux f51MN'Il um, 8.5. Rcnunr.-x D. Roslin mxs, AB. M.-xnrrmlr HFUN I.. G. Annu. A. XVATI mmx XY'Il.MfIT TURNH1 BARBARA A. Rr-1 DFR PNIRICIA L. S1 rvsm Mun' E. Srvnrwax LXLARY E. Rmmwox BH rx' M. NI.-XRY L. BIAWIHA ,I Sxx l7'I'T VANDLRKLUOT . XVINKYLMANN Nxxctt Druxnxlkx' Dxwur Cfrccn Marluw Y.1ndurKl-ml C.l0L1DNuI'l D.'IuhnQ-m Rmrdwrl Argcnlwrxgght Dun NiLh0lSnn Blumcnschcin Y RL-:dur Napa 1 Stuufxs fulllux funnmnglmrzw LL.ninuQ N.ukL-y Hurtensluln Butrlt Egc Sturmrm Armour Berg Hrwm n Dum I.cu.m- Hululucr Mrs. KL-llu' Munz XV.1tc1'n1.m Frxhlc Turner Judson 358 l'ffnmlI.l MII I II.1p!cI H.Irn.IrLI Fullcgc, IINIIJ lfI.',Il1l1I!f.I!, M30 Tlvnrj-IIII .IIIIII Clv.1fI1III 'mf Smurf: 'llI,,,l 3',f,,I Nw: I I I .I H Qvrnrvlucxx C.I,unI,a HAI IIIIMII SAI I Y -I, BI: IIIAI Cl.-RRI H BRAVDI BIIIY IT fH,Ix'I4Ix BI I III IE, CfIHIx AIIRI.-XMR.II1UPIR YI IRA R DMIN N,-Im Y P, FRNIXII ITRIXI lx IQ I.IxIIxIIx ,II ,um I. CII .-um xx B,-'IRIHIRX YI L.I'IIvI+Inf. AIIRIIIRII I. bm In II I ALPHA EPSILCDN PHI AIEMBIQRS IN L'NIYI-fRSI'I'Y Senior.: AIL'RIII 'I I-CIMII AIIIIIIIRII Al Mmm llllIIIlI'5 LIIAIHYN LIIIIIIIIAA Supln mlm rcs CIIIIIIII CIIIIIIIIIXN IIIII. I4 KIII-I ITIRIIIIII' LIIII If M-Inu RII R KIIIY I-IRXAI HIIIIII IMIIIINM lux I'II.I.I R IIIRNIIRN X'IIu,1'-.II N I.II'I'IRI AxII.I I Hlw IIIIIIIIIIII A Nm Ima IIII,I Kxxux IIIIIIIXI7 XIIIIINM' I-'I'uxIv11u11 IMI I 'I LIIIIIINNII-4 I IILI I5 IJXIWXI' II-IAIIIIIIII Ii.-Im IIxIIIz PIIIIIIN 5. IYIIIINIII IIJIIIIIIIIII I IiII'.I ,If In I NIINIIIII IIIIRIIIIII I, XXIIIxIIQ IIIIIIII Hnxlxx Ann s PIIfIII BI-IRIIX N RINIKIRII FIIIIIHI RIIkIx Alnlvqxl E Slxuvx AII xIvIIIxI smlxmx YIIIYXI H XYIIIIXHAIII IIxIII ,I XXIIII IWNIIII IIXIIII 5 KRANI II SHI RMXN ZIIIII II NII'f.I Hun Slmvtlmx XY'IrlsIuItcI Nnvltsky XXTIIH I Imykcn Kan III DM II Fr.IIIkcI Goetz Nm-In Vohun Newmm M, Klem j. Klein Hmuklu Rlekcw Llp-pert Gctzlcrmn Hermann Hullcr CII.IwI1.m Pntzfelc Hcym,In B.IqIIr.IuII Gittleman Blu-nn IRI-Ipcr Meyer Mrs, Gnttstuun M. G-mdnun Luv XYIIlnrI' Kesvc Neustndt D, GImIInI.In Edclwn Knrclmmer I..1mI.uI D. Klum SIIerm.m Stone OIIIII Gulllburg MIIIIcr Gnlder 35 Ronxu M. PARR. Ph.D. Hrrrx J. CURTY lxl.-XRIAN A. HALL Hum I. Brloxx' El.l7AI4l"l'H A. GASSMANN .IFAN M. I-IQHFMAN SHIRIIY A. ARMoL'R Y1Rc,1x1A A. BAUER EMMAGFNL BRENNAX Al'I5RF'l' J. BROXVN JRAN F, CARPENTER lxl.-RRG.-XREI' J. CLAx1'oN ,IUDITH H. CIRAHAM K.-KTHIRINI HANNEMAN -il x R! Ffflnldrrl -Gif Q Q 95.0 H A0 A' W .."--elm . -,K I :L Sigma Chapter Syracuse Univcrsmty. 1904 Erlalzlubed, 1918 1:1115-Um .infra Clmplrm 1106 Sunllv Unfair! Arvulze ALPHA GAMMA DELTA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Grfrdzzntc Sfudelzt XVIRGINIA L. KAVTZ JIAN F. JOHNSOX MARY LALIHERTI- GlAm's E. LAPHAM C.-XTHFRINF M. CR1sLrR IRYNF M. Cnoxxr KQAROLYN B. Fixx VIRLQINJA J. HARLAN Exurx M. HARTr FAITH R. KRUSE JANF A. LACE MARGARF1 L. I.l?lNBAL'L1H Seniors I lllI10I'5 Sopbomores F 7'L'Xb7IlL'7l Brrrx' H. Mmm. l.ORAl4lLLF Lrxx is VIVIAN M. IWARX Brrrv R. KARR ELAINIT KOZLFR JANE I.INDSLl-Y NIARY K. LYAN KATHRYN J. LIPE MAR1m.r.A INIAPES lXlIJTA I. IWIIITHE ETON Louise Wxnox, A YIOLA I. SH.-KRKEY SHIRLFY L. RUE Aufr M. VVILHFLM XVELDA E. PALMER Lois M, RCF HAZELLE Sxoxx BFTTY J. SUTLH FRANCFS E. XVILSON IXIARY T. PEr1fnRLrf ARLINE L. SHAW' JUNE XIUILLSL N Harte Roe Carpenter Linclsley XVilson Lynn Kozler Brown Armour Gassmann Claxton Rue Hoffman Karr Crowe Brennan Sutch Lapham Graham Lace Bauer Harlan Hanneman Lawns Johnson Below Corey Sharkey Wfilhelm Middleton Hall Kautz Leinbaugh Mapes Lips PelIerle Kruse Shaw Crisler Fink Skow Palmer Miethe Wfillson LaI.iberte 360 1: A f ,f ' , I ,Q . X .. . , - . 17 - .G Q I I X . .Q 228' wa. ... A 5 .Q f -fL2'n- - ,J I I A 'lifzfli . - ' 31- fnff"'7' 'f' V -.5 '11 'f :H A IX' - ' 12.5iPf'3"F-.'ri A+ Af? If f R71 5- X 'qi-33:39 I .f ic . -1 1 . f ' g A Q., f .I A- .nur - , , f 4. 5 -f 99 1. A' f-'La jigs" f I 'H 7, 7 X ,-Q x Ali - ' E.. F kr- ' 5 1 ' Q. - f fhf ITT ISI' .. 1 ' E- I- Q!" 17,-ti I 1. ' . . 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Ijxwox D4-Ru M. Inxkwx IN UNIVERSITY SL'llIU1',V rI'DI Izmiorx S0pf.m111o1'US F1'c.vb111c11 CIVINIYIRI I SMIIKH Pumrra A. Smm Manx M. Lnxux Lon I. M4 Nun: INIYRII E Ixlmm Exsl x R T. BILINIVRRAY Cruxrr R Munn NH.1 R. CJIHYRNI' Mmm I.. R.ufB1,1R INIARIEI-I' J. I.uX'IRIIWL,I Luxor R. QL'lMr+Y INIARY A, Rlmrnnxx IW I xmxru H. Srxxrurxu Mum YI Im H L-mu L AIMRHINI Axxaml I. SIUTT PPXRI H 'lkrfmxxrx Rumnra H N4HM.'XIIXf1 ,INN A. SPVNI IR Ylnxxr' IQ Smxxn' GIHRI.-I YI. Tvmvx' Bixnfnanll R.X'i'1L1x Irma I. R-11 .mn E11 A M. SI -urn M.anr.,aRnx II.XX.x1mr Mxru A Wmruxr Doering O'Byrne B.1'l-Jr Hakewill Spcnxcr M,1.zIk Schmaling Muller Busk Rambler N4Murr.xv Dmxcls Tsfhudv Bl.xnch.xrd Larson Brooks XVQIIS V. lfhrlstmnsen Br-'mn Frshcr Hurnnr Kvzcfrey SI-In McN.1mce Barnett L-Wiz Hobbs Bachmrun Qlunmby Alvcy O'Cnnnor P. Smrtlm Tnrrencc Tisch Quernherm C.Chrxstiansun Osterhoudt Smndrsh Leman TsIh.mnen Johnston S .ner XYVIQEIIJII Dexter Starkey Lovcridge Rrcdemgnn Whldo Lmnnn Heun Dcnell Roland Bmmlct 1 361 lu H. in Y " qi Ia- Syrafusc Unncrsxty, lH'2 7 lflrlm-1111 fr .-111114 f lmfmrv ALPHA PHI BI.-XRQARII H14-ww, PI: D. ,Iam C,XY'A'11, A.B., M.Mux. XI IQXIIIERS IN I.'NIYIfRSI'I'Y SUIIIOH' E 71 w , X . 3.. . U4 I ,. I J P s IHxRlml! -I Axmnwx Ellyam IH K, I'IRl'Xll4-X11 EIAIYI' V. Dmmr GPORKJA E, FRIMH EII7.-XHI IH A, IXARRAH IUURLIHX K' FRYPMKN jus A HABIIIIIPN GFRIRVIWI R. AMNIRWA INIARY E. Anrmnx' ,lux 5 BLWNXIR Hrlrx Lv, I mwx fYINIlII l.L'R'1lN BARISKR-X I., f,H.xMm RI .-xlx Dcmulm' A I'Ju1,.1.x BARBARA Y. UIIHRIAIH jmfnr CNIIHNXAIII Hum I. Cwlmx Hr ITY J. KIRHI l,:.R.u'm H. I.H-'NRIR I7l,l.ORlx H. ,luuxmx IRMA E. KIRK H1 lrx' I.. D1-.ax ANN1' f. F1.FTrmR Smnuv A, hum: INIARY I MCI IVR! VIRL-INIA F. Hull. EIIZAHI-IH A. I.m'xx 1' .lv AN M, Moxnm Dunmux' YI. Rrnarcs juniors S0.D1.7U7ll0l'L'X I'II'L'Xb7lIL'll l5l.1zAHr1H j. Loxx RY SHIRLFY V. lkhmlx ISAHI:l.I.F B. MARVIN INIARLQARIT R. Lmvm' E1.l7.4RrTH A. IXIAIINIILLAN Rrm E. IXIILLFR ,IIANNP H. CIICUNNUR INIARIIYNN D. P111 XVIIMA E, PRA1r H1 IH.-mx' V. SP-1I'lH DuRr11'HY I.. SPIN: 1-R AIARY E, STIPHVAN Manma Sxxmx Beta Alpha Lhaptcr Em1bl1.vlw.l, 1922 wh Em! firnzffvvy Arulne' IXNFT L. XVF5TUN,PI1.D, I.rsLu N. XVARIJ DoRcg'1'HHf H. XVFAYFR El.lZAIlI'TH Yom: BARBARA j. RICHARDSON LYNETTF A. YAKLEY Louis: A. Tr-LUIR IVIARVIORIF R. Txnmolws GEORQINE LIIPRFRRHFIN XVILMA O. XYIHI-TZFL Lars E. TFHIR -IRAN A. TRANTIN BETTY j. Woommx Dcmorm' If Yaurv f urtls Ntcplmum Pratt Freeman 'Iramxn M1llcr Smith Ndluru I.. A. Taller OT frnnnr D, Yaklcy Dolan Attebery Qyulhu.l1Kc I., Yaklcy N.uM1lIan Dalrah Hammlr-In Bmkncr ,Igurlu 'lllmmuns Flcnhcr Rinhardsun M. Lowry Hull Kerr I.0ewen E. Iam ry York XY'cawr Knscr Maman Llpskcr Frcmh XY'arc Dmstc Gyldcn Madsen Brumhaugh Anderson Swann Pm XYI1ctzcl I.. Teller julmwn XVumIn1.xn C-xllwrqath Dean C'han1Iwcrlain Mnnruc farmn R1vgCrR U6bcrrI1cin 362 I'ffml.lL'Il Ii.Ip-In I Implu I.-IIIII-I,IrLI Cnllcgc, IHIH I:I,',1!1l1Ju f. Mui lfflfx-Ifx .ifillf Cfmflfur 'Ii IIWIII .IIlIfI1q.m .Inum HI-Im ARIHBOLIW IiIIz,wI'TH F. B.anIfIrR JIILIITII A. CUDI'-RRI' Bzmmr I Durmox AIARIAX AI, Dulrwxrvx P.-XTRII IA YI. B.-KIQI11 Hrum B. Br.-IIJH ANITA V. HAGVIRCM EIHNIIRA I. BL.-IZIIR A. KIIHLIIN lmao PATRII IA DIl..iNIX' HVITY R, DI'RH.+M ALPHA XI DELTA F :XC L' I.'I'Y IRIN! D. PHFSUN. AB- VIIIIA I, KITIIIIII. H Mm . A M , XII-,XIISERS IN L'NIYI-IRSIIY Gmdlmtu .Srlldcut EI!-OAIIRP E LIAIIII Fwarxfr M GRIIIN HIII-M E. Dnrwr I1 HIIFN H. QIIINX IXIIRY I, Hu.,Ix XVINIIRID ,I ,IAIUIM Buzrwm N vlwxu umwrxmr M, Fwxxrg Frum Is L Llmv I,I1H.anIxI ,I HIMIII Drmxa ff. ,I-IIIMIIW N Run' R LIIQ SGIIIUVI llllliurx SIIPLIIIIIIUIYFJ' 1"l'L'Sh7lICll IHIIINII' M. KN,-mx INI,xIu,,u:II j. HARXIX DIIINIHI A. HINIHII BIIIX E hum Axm- lf Kllllix Rl'IH l,m'rIIw I.-IRMIIIIA CI. M1 KI YIn1,IxI.I INIIII-N CIR.-KIHI Nr-IIN IX III PRN III,-X F Lum NL.-IRIIIRII A S-IIRIIIIIIR HI I IY L Srnxx In qI'I I I x YI NYM Imax I7-IRIIIHI' I, XX Ixwx SIIIRIII I,. M4 IXIAIIIA NIARIIXX Ii INIIIIIIH Nam x' ,I Wrrurz YIIANNI A Uxrm LNIIIXINI II Orruna Nxoxu V PITlRx PIIRII IA If XV,-IIKIIITN Banh junss Hagitrom -Luubs ls.I.ILi Ustby ludrrrc XY'eb:r Slum Ardmb-wld Cmnux MIINLIIIUII D,HcrILIcI XX'.IrrerI Barber XYIIMII1 Druid: INICI-vdy Baud: Gaulw Lum Glenn Krcbx H.IrxcI BI.Izxcr Mzlcx Ik-lun Franklm M. D.IvIdi-In B, D.IvIJwn I . Hcndrl LJQJLJFIUI' Nolcn f rubu Our.Id.I -Iwlrnitnn I3urh.Im XV.IIIII1I.In Gum I,m'v.-IL-Ns 363 W ,qw--I U-A I R ali! VO Rb, ' qtt - : ' .LQ-' , ' . I .-I' ' ". .,,:.F.g- Y... 3 FIIIIIJIKYJ Unixcisity Ol Ark.Ins.I4, IHAIS Nlmlj-wx 'IILIJII Clmplnrr CHI CDMEGA F A C U LT Y CORAELIA P, KELIEY, Ph.D, CORIIELIA REFD, A,M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Student INIARY H. STEITLE Seniors LOIR E, ALTRLTIR VIRUINIA L, EILIRT HELIX M. GERMAN BETTY B. BENJAMIN PATRICIA M. GAOAN IVIARLIARET L. PHILLIPS ELIZABETH A. BIIREAIAI juniors LOU A. Bixsox MARVIORIF P. EARLIZ ELIZABETH D. GOULET IVIARY K. BEM PI-IYLLIS D. FISH BEATRICE M. jONEs 'IPANNFTTF G, l.HL'r.IRLI'Y VIRGINIA I., GI-IPR DOROTHY M. KRELL LOLM A' Cm Sopbomorex MARY A. ALLEN VIRUINIA H. DALE FRANCEO E. NICROLLS BETTY A. BARNFS IVIARY E. GEISSENDOERFER HIACQUIILINE OLSEN CAROLYR I.. BFY.-KN PATRICIA 1. HUTTON HEL!-N F. PALMER PHYIVLIY J. BROXXN MARY B. LEWIS jo A. PERRINO IHOILY A. COE IWIARY J. LITTLE F I'L'Sb7lIL'7l NORAIA E. Ar-IIZLR JANE F, ANDERAON IYIARY R. BINNI-TT jOAxxA I AVFNII' PHYIIIS B, fHl'MHLI-Y BI-TTY A. DERR ,IOAN M. l3L'MEI.OXY' JOAN E. GAGAN NORAIA M. GOITHE BARRARA GULLEY ELIZABETH A. HAsrI.Y MARX' E. HOMRIGHOUS ALICF E. JOSLYN Jaw Omifron Clmptul' lf,rfabli.rlJiII. 1900 QUT South Iluri-rglv! Slwc! CLARISSA RINARER, Ph.D. SHIRLEY M. TAYLOR CARYL J. THOMPSON JULIE A, ZOMBRO MARGUERITE MELIN ALICE L. MESERX'E MARTHA I. MORDUE SALLY M. XVITTY DOROTHY M. PURCELL LUCIA M. RORE MARX' C, STEVENS MARION T. STI-EVENSON MERI J. STOUT DOROTHY j. JUDO LOUISE RIDDLE IVIARILYN SEDGXVICK PHYI.I.Is E. TAYLOR RUTH E. NYIFINARD I I Pdlmu C,uIsYLnducrIcr Guutlic NILkOlls Humin Allen Bunn Bmwn Barnes Perring Olsen Stevenson Dale Robb Coe E. Taygor Stevens Judd Humrighous Mcscrve Lewis Gher Morduc jones Fish 1. Chumbley Cole Melin Wfitty rell Earle Anderson Little Zombro Bierbaum S. Taylor Phillips Benjamin Altpctcr Gorman Benson P. Gagan Eilert Thompson Derr Sedgwick Abcls G--ulet Bcnr joslyn Gullcy Bennett II. Gngan Dumclow Hasely Purcell Riddle P. Chumhley Cavenee Xveinard Stout 364 'N-K lbfb 1' K TX ' W AV l',wf..f..! mlm IM flu, ,I l'iuslUl1 Llnncrsxtx, 1885 l'w'.zf-lfll'-LJ, l'f'IA Ij.'Lf,'1fl,'lf'.' .'ll.'n1 L Ifhlfllz fl jus lggly r f,.'!n.l T. XJ ll! Soma ALI! un. AM. Lcvuxr j. lulnmx ,Lux F, fnurswmx Glonm F. DuL'n41'rr Num B.A11fx Am' L. CH.uLL.axn ADFIAIDL j. Gin Lois E. BLACK Donn A. Brkxlf DIARY A. Lou Gumm DAxA Smnufx' L, ANDEMON VIRGINIA P. CARROLL SHIRLIY Kumi DELTA DELTA DELTA l'ACIL'L'l'X XIIQNIBIQRS IN UNIYICRSITY Gmdzmrc Student fluux I M FRANCLN A. HM ll Aural, A. ,Irxuu Huumx ,lmxxfru S, Huwx PHXLIIN A .IQHMI x YIRLVINIA E, jonxwx SHIRIFY I., Dux AxN.aM1,1l M. Ffmm-H Dmmrm' Ly. HA11 X'l1u,1xx.4 A, H.-x111f,AN Dunn L, Ihvls fuxsravx M. KHHT7 x ' yy Ihuxq-, Scniorx 1lll1i0I'A' Soplwillorcx I"1'u.vb1l1u11 -v Maaumxl I. LNLRIHINAIN ,l4vNIPHINI Mnmlx' 4-XRIINI PRFIHx I7 R--lm H M1LmRRmx Mumxx A. 5-1NlWQI'lNT lNIam.,.uul A. Lux is l.11.xNf'1R A, Lrmxx l.flnn1.a I, Munn 'lc IH I'II I, Pmx 111 EI IIAHI IH A. l.Al5lH fxRkH1xfK.MrlIm1D lnm l- Iruxrvr, A M Imu x Rlxxlll lxrlYx I-. NIR.-Xl n NHIRI IH F Wu T ur Ni na li 'I Humax l'1un1-.1 1 j.X'i'xx11 lmxl E RI-TTIA, D umm rl, wrwv., HI ITN Al XVH-Xl xx R1 xl sum XYVHI ll lKilIL,l'Ql L, Pmwx IM lm X-.5 r Q ' 1 V ' l A 3 1 f' Y' . 1 X ' -, . l . L , s.LQE"'1 . K- ' M Q"--.. vr-'F' 5 , . I ' 4- ' ,f . 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'IINKINN RUTH E, Iquwtx MARII,x'x M, I.III'I5RIfN NIIRIAM V. BI'17II.L M.xIIIIx'xx L. IIuIuI.n LUIS j. I I1Im'III,IR VInI.IxI.+ M. lI'R'rIs l.IIIs M, FRIIIIRIIH BIAIIIIII M, KINCH PIIRII IA ff. I.I-'IINARD S0pb07110I'es I"I'cxb711c11 H. ELI7.II-IIIH I.YIIIAx PIIYILIN B. ML't.I,.I GIn.xIIwIxI' H, GIIRDINIIR Manx' A. CILIDDI-x BI'I'I'x' .l, KFLLII' IJATRII IA .l. Mu' B.IRBAR.I Roxu AVIS G. 5HIII'I4 X'IIvf.I-.Ia N H4I,I1IxxfIx' I-It.I fII.IptcI liIlI1l1ll,IlIIIl. IUHII 130' Il II: ,N'II,I 1.1 SIIIIJ BARBARA K. SIHLINKFRT jmxm Vent III: M.-Im' .l. XY'ARIw RUII-I E. Oxux Ross A. STFxx.1IrIT MAI1II,YN E, XVCOD CAROI R. PIIIIQINA M.um.1IRET j, POPI EI.IzARIfTH A, Rows BITH D. RYAN BPTTY J, TI'I1I.fx' P.1ITRII'IA WI-In JANF I. XVIILFY 1 eb ' 'Thr ' .J- A ' Q + 1' "1-f ,fl2m"f' -.. 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HIxIwrRwx INI.-KRIl.YN M. RANKIN PRIQCILLA STRITPTFR O sz: L- A153229 Ifgvb, . FI1nn.ls.l Oxmrmn I hapler Sxmrusc Unixcrslly. IHUI EIl.1l1li,Iln'.l. MIS F1115-Um' :frills Ifuzfvlrrv III!! lI"I'I.' NI'1.I,f.I XII I ANNA B. Roarxaox, A.M M, LH' -I-HUM.-ki SHIRLEL THRASHYR RI-IEA M. Xvoom' IHIIIUVS DORWIIHX' j. Boxx rx INIARILYN F. 'IARYI5 ANN Rox' PATRIVIA A. DI'n,Ax -IIfANxr E. KTHUI' ELFANOR J, SCI-ILFCIIT P.-VIRII IA A. HANNON I.cUIAIf D. PIXIIY Sopbomores B.-IRIIARA j. fl,-KYTON AIARKIIF I.. KIITQ INIFLHA A, MILLIAR PI-IYIIIA IIINLIY ALIII G. KOEHLVR RUTH A. UDELL EAIIIY C. DIxox AIONA R, MANN EI.rANoR M. PIKEKFTT K,-IRYI YI FRAIIY F 7'L'5b7lIt?7I BARIAARA 1. Axuus MART' I.. BARIIIAR IXIINNIF l., BL.-U'K MARIVIN BoII.Ixr,IR ELI-AAOR M, Bmw MAN JANIII R. EI-II.IfII BFYI RLY j, INIICOAIAQ AxxA J. MCDnxALD INIARY K. NORTH.-KM ELAINE SFHASTIAN PATRICIA I STARIQF RUTH A. SCIAIWAGIR PATRICIA TI-IRAsHFR BARBARA J. YORK MARY A. STAFFORD MARILYNN M, STEPH.-XXI ELIZABFTI-I M. 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RICHART M.-IRI' M. HII.I. lu.-XRY A. JORDAN -43 I 9' f"'3 Illmms Zeta Chapter EIl..Ibll.Ilu'J. 1395 H1175 Sfmflw llnvzglwl Sifleal XII LII' L. PFRKINS, Ph,D. NEI.I.F M. SIGNUR, A.B., B.L.S, IXIARVIORII: M, Roxx If IIwI'I.LE STITH ELIZ.-IBITH j. XYZ-vI'mN INIARY M. XYIVHIIFLFR B.IRI-IARA J. Roos M.-IRT' M. SANIIORD PATRIIIA A. SI-IEPPARD Nl.-KRY W, SQUIRES ALICE Vax METER RUTH A. XVITTY jmx K. SHIIPPARD P,-ITRIVIA XY-'I-IITE MARX' B. WI-IITLEY WAND,-I L. ZIMIIIERMAN DOROTHY B. KENNEDY BARBARA j. MCKINSTRX' K.-ITHRYN D. SEED XVhItley Barlow Hersman J. Anderson Benner 'l. Sheppard Mcliinstry Peterson I-layfock Denny Hayes Hill Seed Witty Fehrs Kennedy jordan Dallenbach Van Meter Gardner Giller XVhIte ZImmerman Lehmann Case Mauney Andrews Eberle Richart P. Anderson Jenkins Sanford Franklin Squures Lheekley Patterson Duncan Kelley Harper Roos Graham Jones Knllman Chipins Dees Conner Bradley P. 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HUIT Rf NIII.-I M. KYPHART AI xxx Al. HI'rI.wnN RUTH H, KOHI HALIIPI- RIIA K , I.ImINZ Ron' M. AIINNIS ELAINII M. SI I.L RUTH H. l.YI'IfIm RUTH V. NIIl.l.l'R MILIHIIIID L. ROB!-RTS I,rIIs A. SI.vm'R I.c1Im.aIxI1 M. NIIFSCHKE RIWH STORKAN Ixifmmx J, PA'I'TI'Rs0N INIARY E, WII.LIAMs LIARY M. SMITH fvf.-KRTHA j. TFLLINC. BIITTY J. VVILSON wr I -l- H 91: TQ ii.: , Lum-I, P.IItuIx-In Huclwn Hcnn Gr.IylI.u'k Hutt GIlIlIII5t Mluwhkc Hudmn l3.IkuI Guuler B-Irunuv l'I.Iwx Knlp,IIk RI-lwrlw Kuplmrl l.yIwIl B.Irtv Cmss Bennett Hedrick XY'I1linmQ XY'IIwn Hwdlu: Bcnmn KIvhlh.1LIff Smrlmn Miller Crmxc Slydcr Fleming Minnis Gxrd Kmxbrcll MIIIKII Kulrci Tcllmg Sell H.ItdIcr Lurrnz Fuller Knowlton Allen 376 SORORITY LIFE or ya. ,A X. g l+'. INDEPENDENT GRGANIZATIGNS fr- - En -,..-M i ,cf--L- QNX I, -- -Nu . EQQE F , -, ' Nig-,J-f-" 5, -'ll 'V 'I Q' h - 1' H E.. -'kTl,1l11'4fJ.7,f-ff,-HJ X - ,ifjf H.-A ,fain - - I-:ms , Q , ,gif . 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PRIfSBY'l'RRIAN H.4I.l. . . . . Rriml-tu CLUB . . RliL"l'H.X . . . . S,xulQk Horsls . . Sl1.m'xmi . . S'l'l:,x'1'l-'mama I-Im' 'I .vu H.XIAI. ... XVARNIQR HAH, XYIQLS11 Howl-1 xX'IiN,X'l'CIlliI'f . . XVI-7s'11x11z1-' . . . Sli.. 400 410 3235 401 401 402 403 411 404 405 406 407 386 387 402 388 389 390 403 391 392 411 403 ALIIT R.HI1sLxx Hum F. Bom Hum I.. DFXV.-XII AI,-KRILYN HMI, Dmwrm' M. Ylrvmx MAH R. Btu.-mn MARIF I.. Emma EILFFN D. BLINTIII3 EIIYIHITH A, Dmmx Makuwnlri A ARINIHN In E I ,xkuux MARIHA I. Curllxvnl FSI' gl.9 ui AGLEFI Q, A jk 'IIS NIIIIIII M.ItI1Ixx N 5 E, .V if J? 4 in, "1 nf CAGLE HALL Mxkx I, HIM Bun III' PRlx1w. Mxmmx RIXXII AI-XIIIIXN ,I FHIIIARIW IIIIXAIIIIII ,I FIIQIR EIILUIIIII I Hun NIIHIARII I HVIINIXX Ixmw I,, I-Ra-xx Aiwmvxlun A IIIII IflIRlxI1 I Rum vm Sclliurx lnllmrx Srlplifflllrzfux' I"I'U,I'1JlllL'lI RI III A small X Ixbrxlx H SIJIRIII Mun I, Run IDIIR--Im AI wma: 11174511 In X NI A1 xxx M IHIUN. I.I-Iuxa A Rum Axxx M PIIIIX El Irv BI mmlxu. 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INIULTKERT MARIQARVT Nrrcla SHARON O'Bx'RNE Lou j. PROCTIR INIARY P. RICHARD LILY A. Sronm'-A CH.-xRLo'r'r'rf L. STEIFAN KM HOLIVF Tr-romsox Carrol. B, Sxru. Mu.rwRr1D A. Trss INIARTHA G. THOMPSON YIANI L. ToRRExCE BARBARA L. XYIILMOT NORMA G, ZIMMFRMAN , 1 yrs ' L 2. ' I ' ' 'B 5 ' . , f ' ui-A .QQ 4 rw I im - - -- 'v , 'f fr. 1 A r nfs .. R. K ic. -, .Y Q R' 3. W X I J - rv- ' f- , f . Q I I Q + I h.uILIxrk Turrumc Llrmu Rulurd XVilmnt Arnold Stetfan Mcuk Barnett N. Teas M, Teas Thomson Apnyrln Zrmmcrnmn SA SInI'mrI.1 Necfe O'Byrne East Dcfcnhnugh IWLCJLIAQIICY Moraw Snell Gucker K. janmcs Nockcrt june: Thompson Procter f,rmw.am r A, H14 mu Hurxj Cfwm ll, Mun' I. farm. Dxxu I., BMX MARY -I I ,almx III XX'1NlrRr1w M Dml 'Inu E H.-XRIII DHROIHY IXI, BFL'XxKIII IA Axx CLKRRIL.-IX GMU I,, AXDIRNFIX ,lux-'r E. ARMII-VJ Mxm' K Amrirkoxr, IRI.-xxx E. 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IDL'Nc:AN-E,RmiR STL'mos GIxR1.xx1m B. Fu-'fl'CHI1:R S'I'L'IJIU5 . GRUBM, G. R., AND COMPANY II.l.lo, ILIIINI PL'IlI.lSHIXfi Cuxlmxx' . INl5L'hl'RI.fXI. cjI,0YIiS Co,xxP.xXY . Umx: KIILIIS S'rL'm0s . -I- 5 -Ip, -I-n, -IJ, 39 .- ,- w -IDI -, , -Ir? -I-I3 wa S -I-I? 'Q li Pm:-1 Izxulxmsklxu C,ux111,xNY +33 IJ.xx'11xuRIx1m IJRIXIINH Ixxn Sl'.XI'IUNIfRY CUNIP.-XNY -I-II Rumi IJumPH.x'1'li ,xxlm EYIIII-fNlItI.XI, CUMIIANY . -II? SI-IXION, .Imax I3.. Aww Coxllfxxx' E' Pxu. STUXIi-R.-XYXIUR. Lum. -ISO XYICISER S'l'L'mo -I 3 ,- :Q 371 414 Basner, Eleanore . .... Badger, A. E. ...... 569 Allard, Mary E .,.. , 119 -106 Alpern, L. ...,.... -124 I 242 I l 1 A 1 1 I, l ,1 V . I l 1 1 l l 1 i 1 1 11 -1 1 1 I l li I. I. I I BA A Aaron. Clqrlotte H... Abbnte, ,l. 5. ,....... . Abbot, J, R. ....,. . Abbott. F. T .,.. . ...., . Abell, J, M .... ...... 11-1, Abels, Norma E., .. ...,. Abc-r, Donna C ..... Abrams, Anita E.. . .. Abrams, Chemie . Abrams, XV. ....... . .-l1'.11'l,1 . . ,.... . .. , .. .'14'1'0l1Nl117I1'j Club .-11'l1.1e.1 ........... Ackeman, R. XV .... Acklmann, L. E.. , . .. 106 154 .Nl1'rl1'll1rf ,. ..... .. . . . Acton, Adam. R. D. .... . Frances I.... Adams, C, E. .... ...,. . Adams, G. D ...,. ,. Ad11mS. J. F.. . .. Adams, Adams. L. A. .... . Lula M. .... , Adams, Ivfary I.. .,.., . Adams, R. ....... H3 A11.1ms. Adams Adelbf Vlrginia L... tone, F. rg, A, ,1 .... Adelmnn, Marilyn S. Adler, L. D. .,,.,... , .-Llminilfmfinn .... . ,-l1J111irmtr'11ri1e 0ff11'e1. 115 551 1-19 .-ldzfrri-izzg .md 111111.11 ,. . Afrcmow, Blossom S., Agnw. A. ......... . Agnew, Harriet E.. .. Agnew, Muiun L. .... . .'lgv'l1'11Iln1'111 Club .... .1gr'11'l4Il11n', Collrgf 7, H517 A y..-' Agmn, 1. M., ..,. , ...... Aguxlar, P. S. .... . Aimone, J. A.. , .. .. Albert. R. J.. ,.. Alberts, D. .. .. Alberts, L. ..... . Albig, J. XV. ...... . Albrecht, C. E.. . .. Albrecht, J. R ...... ,. Miriam J... Albrecht, Albnght, Carl NV.. . .. Albright. Mary H. .1l1'e,r1U-Cmirlmx .. Alcorn, R, ....... , Alderson, R. H. ...,. . Alessio. L. ......... . Alexander, Alma A... C, XV.. ,. Alexander, Alexan Alcxsn Alexan Alexan der, J. XY' ,... der, M. J.. ,. der, M. J,... der, R. A.... Alleman, N. J.. .. Allen. Allen, Allen Allen, Allen Allen, Allen. Allen, Allen, Allen, C. C. M, .... . Dawn F. XV., Jr. .... jay ......... ., joe ....... Lucille ..... . .l.l.-gy. 3.111 115 155 255 253 11-1 555 198 .55 155 1411 1.11 552 S6 ..'.'.17' 1 5 158 287 287 73 11-1 1.1.5 286 210 -1.151 41s 1411 410 11-1. SEL Mary A. ..... Mary J. ...... . R. B. ....... 'JB Allen, R. E. .... Allen, R. L. .... .. Allen, Allen, Ruth ..... , Stella B R. R. .... . Allen, .. . . , Alllscrn, Iwfargcry .. Allison, R. H. .... .. Allison, XV1lmogcnc Almqulstx C. C. .... . xllfflnz xllplm .-llpluz .-llfvba .-lllvlm ,-1117611 Alpha .-llplnl x1lf1r'J.1 .-llfrbn xllplfa Alfvlm xilpfm Alpha Jllfrba Alffim Alfrfm pllpluz Alflba 430 Chi 01111.14 C111 Slgnm. ., Della Plfl. ., Dslm Pi. .... . Eflxllffu lffm. .. Epfilou PM .... Efuilmz Pi ..... Gflmrrm DJ111. . Hfuffu ........ Kupfm K.1pp11.. Kappa l,arr1!1J.1, Kupfnl P11 ..... Lf1mhJ11 D1l!.1, Omegn ....... Omtlrmrz Pi, , .. P111 ........ P, D1f1m.,. R110 Cb! ..... . Tam Onlrfzl. . , 1115. "Gif .fi5r1,' ,.1-na, 17 115 2861 288 277 113 V115 282 33 323, 57. -402 1045 1'S 351 121 364 590 573 401 115 327 -ll-1 393 226 -105 199 336 -125 328 151 330 423 -118 566 351 366 423 -111 -501 359 18 23 251 420 373 200 396 3311 -115 7-1 115 34 121 -1041 162 162 311 267 -106 285 148 -ll-1 593 288 -115 11R -414 425 342 423 405 115 -124 l-17 421 80 372 116 287 -106 237 564 402 120 328 421 5-12 376 3 5415 426 1-15 -103 121 122 357 328 520 358 124 351, 351 5110 Sv-1 116 330 -1111 144 117 3151 R62 420 331 351 INDEX .-llplm Xi Dvlm.. ..... Alt. E. E ....... .... 4 14, Altorfer. A. WH.. Altpeter, Lois .. ..,38, 356, Altschul, S, . ........ ...... . .. Altschul, Ruth ...... . ...... . .-ilnmui .'1.r.f01'i11Ii01l ............ .-Illmmi 01511 ................. Alvey, Dorys J ..... , .... 38, 556, Amdal, Marilynn A. ..... 38, 266, 371, xlmsrimrz Imlilnle of Clnmziral Elzglzzerr-,r ,...... . . . . . . . . xlrzzerlclzrl Sonely of C1111 7It'z'Y'I 1 . .......... 1 . . 1 . . , Engi- .-1r11w'i1un1 Sofia!-1' of Merbarziml Eng1m'il'f ...... , ......... ,. . Ames, A. C.. .... . ........ Ames, XV. .... .... Amundsen, A. N .... . Amstaplo, G. ...... . Andcr, Betty J. ..... . Anderson, A. G. ....... 147, 148, Anderson, Charlotte J. ....... 38, Andcrson, C. R. ............ 265, Anderson, D. C. .... ., .158, Anderson.D. E. Anderson, D. R. ..... ..... . Andurson, F. XV. ...... ...-111, Anderson, Gertrude R. ........ . Anderson, Grace L. .... .,.3S3, Andursnn, jane F.... ..... 253, Anderson, -I. E .... ... .... .. . ., Anderson, joan ..... .52 26-1, Anderson. Judith J. .... 136, 259, Anderson, L. .............. 261, Anderson, Larz T ..... ..... .... Anderson, LaVerne E. ........ 38, 150, Anderson, 1.1la 1111. .... ........ , Anderson, L. N ...... ......... Anderson, Mary E.... .86, 287, 30-1, Anderson, M. Russ ...... ....... Anderson, Phyllis C. .... 224, 277, Anderson, Phyllis M.. ....... .. Anderson, Shirley L. .. ,. .ZS5, Andersun, XV, G. .... ...... . ,. Andich, Carol ..... .......... Andrew, L1la M. ............ Sl, Andrews, A. I. ...... .63, 327, Andrews, Alice E.. .... 13-1, 236, 374. Andrews, Avonne L. ........ 137, 414, Andrews, E. N. ...... ...... , .. Andrews, Genevieve I. ........ , Andrews, Virginia M. ........ . Aney, june J.. . .... 74 374 422, Angle, R. F. ......... ........ . Angus, Barbara J ..... , .250 368, Ames, Ruth M. ...... ........ . Anthofer, Irmgard ........,.... Apblett, XV. R. ...... ........ . Aplington, J. B. ....... 114 115, Apoyan, Alice V .... ........ 2 87, Appa, Madlynne L .... ....... 3 8, Appclbaum, Marillyn R. ...... 81, 231, 320. Appuhn, Bemella J. ........... . Atal, M. M ........ ............ Amm, H. H.... . ,... 114, 115, Arch, P. C. ....... ......... . Archbold, Lynn ,,.. ...... 38, Archer, L. B. ........ ..... . Archer, Virgxnia F.. .. ,,.. Arends, Mnrgorie A.. . ,... .'1r1'po ,....... ...... , ,..., Argenbr1gl'1t, Blary A. ....... 253. Argianns, Dcloris L.., .,.., Aringno, P. R. ....... ....... Armitage, Janice ...... ...385, Armour, Pntrlcin A., . ...,. Armour, Shirley A.. .. .... .irmf and 161' Man. .. ,.. . . , Armstrong, Bcrthe E. ....... 106, Armstrong, Beulah M. ....., 151, Armstrong, Mary K. .... 254 585, Arnold, Lnrswella J .... , ....... . Aron, A. XV. ........ ,....... . Aron, Dorothy R. .... .58 251. Arun, IN1,1ry A. .... . ....... . Aron, XV, ....... .... 1 Sl 272, Amnov, B. M,,,. ....... 1-15, Amztcgul, I, . .... ....... . . Arthur, Ruth A. ..... ........ . As1hcr, Nancy J. ..... .,...... . Aschcrman, joan L... .... ,. . ., Aschcrman, J. C. .... .64 5-10, Asgcirsson, H. .. Ash. j. ....... . Ashby. R. C.... Ashley, F. ...... . Ashley, XV. F., . .. 363 327 58 36-1 122 402 220 25 361 272 419 420 417 -121 1-15 156 162 255 386 351 362 -116 226 407 338 -117 362 -118 36-1 -+111 272 374 -110 406 1-13 228 155 -109 289 429 -108 37-1 390 365 -107 396 391 328 237 -419 371 -123 334 38 390 -124 288 418 388 391 6-1 119 382 388 215 375 367 33-1 116 58 363 327 -118 381 274 358 -101 337 418 358 560 270 ll-l 376 -118 382 36 399 272 275 423 334 390 -lOl 396 -117 -111 33-1 348 338 123 125 Asselin, G. F.... Astor, Snll ............... A.S.T.P. :1.S.T.P.-V-I2 Illini v ........29-1,295 Union Counril, The ...... Atchison, XV. F. ........... . Atherton, L. ............. . Afblvfir Adnlirlixtrariarl ..... Aflvlsrir Arforinfimz ..... Aflalvlirf . . . .......... . Atkins, R. A .... Atkinson, Barbara J.. .. Atlas, G. .............. . . . Attebery, H. .............. . Attebery, Mary E. ..... 144 116' Attxs, R. R. .............. , Aubineau, Jeanne M. ...... . Audneth, L. F. ....... . Auerbach, Helen M.. ,. Augello, G. M.. . .102, Austin, Roma J. ...... , Auten,D.S .... Avery. Annette E .... , Aycock, B. F., Jr.. .. B -1314, Babb, Martha B.. .... , . Babb, M. C. ......... , Babbitt, H. E, ......... Babcock, Mary E .... .. Bab1cz, Irene M.... Bnbxn, V. ...... . Bachman, C. D ...,... 1-17 1 Bachman, Peggy J ..... .-69 Bachman, R. M. .... . Bachrach, Gloria .. Bacon, A. Bacon, C, M.... Bacon, C. S. .... . Bahcall, june IV1.. ., Bahcall, Ruth Bailar, J. C., Jr.. . .. Bailey, Bailey Arlene C ..... , A. D.. ..... .. Bailey, Doris M. ..... , Bailey, Elizabeth L.. .. Bailey, H, W ........ . .. Bailey, J. J .... ..... . .. Bailey , L. Bailey, P. Baily, H. H. .... ...... . Bair, G. XV. .... .... 1 14, Baird, T. A. ..... ..... . Baker, A. ................ . Baker, Aileen I.. ....... 38, Baker, C. E .... ............ Baker, Frances L. .... 222, Baker, Harriet A ..... Baker, Margaret L,. .. Baker, M. Yvonne. ,. .,. Baker, Baker, R.H .... ..... . Vivian L. ...... ... Baldridge, Mary R .... . Baldry, joan ........ Baldwin, G. C. .... .. Baldwin, T. XV. .... . . ,. Balestri, G. L ..... .... . 31 Balfour, D. C. ........... . Ball, R. T. .............. . Ball, R. XV...38, 143, 150 Ballis, Mayta F. ....... 249 Ballis, Ruby , ...... .... . . Balsley, Alice R.. .. Balter. Betty G.. . .. Ballzell, j. H. .... ... Banmbcrger, ...... . Bane, J. Llta ...... 74, Banes, F. W. .... .... . Bangcrr, June A ........ H115 Banner, Dorothy E. ...... . Banner, XV, K, ....... . Barber, Elizabeth F.... Q11 Barber, Mary L .... .. ,.. Barclay, P, S, ......... Bard, Marguerite L. ...... , Bare, E. E. .............. . Barker, Mary D....38, 250 Barker, S. ................ . Bnrland, Florence G .... . .. Barlow, Mary A. ....... 255 Barlow. R. R, ..... .... Barnard, H, B.. . .. Barnard, M. .... . Barnes, B. ....... . Barnes, Betty A. . . . Barnes, P. O. .... .. Barnes, R. O. ....... Burnett, Elizabeth J.. .. Barnett, Barnett, LaVernc Barney, Dorothy Jean ......... 1511 296 '1 51 153 '15-2 288 277 304 334 235 115 287 115 106, 337 :sv iii 115 .121 115 289 145 253 401 .57 -1116 158 555 375 '.1z'1 '1 45 368, 150 .64 363 419 250 114 304 207 4153 114 1-12 373 297 226 130 120 155 156 153 116 369 122 415 289 425 410 371 34-1 402 125 386 119 253 328 123 421 383 392 278 405 361 329 359 120 119 120 147 396 402 328 372 1-17 397 -122 151 125 346 116 416 119 119 351 376 272 392 418 369 425 340 396 12-l 384 150 143 186 113 406 327 -426 250 331 402 150 122 424 151 287 74 421 418 368 115 388 -105 -120 287 401 -120 150 405 -105 352 364 404 115 382 289 361 366 Baron, Geraldine M. . Barr, G. A. ...... Barr, Miriam M.. .. Barr, W. A. ..... . Barracks, J. R .... . Barron, T. S. ..... . Barrow, J. M. ...... . Barrow, Martha L., . ... Barry, Jennis , ..... Barry, W. ...... , Barr , XV. A., jr.. .. Barsly, S. ........ . Barrel. Janie E. .... . Bartelt, Doris M.. . .. Barthel, j. E .... ...... Bartley, B. O.. ...... .. Bartley, J, R., Jr.. . . . Barto, Harriet T.. .. Barton, E. M .... .. Bartosch, J. XV.. .. Bartow, Virginia .... Barty, Eleanor M.. ... 555 157 .38 Baruch, S. R. ......... . Bascom, F. H. ..,.... 240 Bfuelvall ......... 182, 183 Baskal,M. .. Bafkellmll .... . , .170, iii Basolo, F. ...... . Bass, J. . ..... . .. Bassey, R. C. ........... ,. Bastien, E. H ...... .... 1 14 Bastis, Alclona V. ......... . Bateman, Amy L .... . .. Bates, R. ......... . Batten, Dorothy A .... .... Baude, Patricia I.. .. . , . . . Bauer,E.E ...... Bauer, Shirley J ........ 134 275 Bauer, Virginia A ...... 253 Ban hman, Melva F. ..... . f. Bau Ing, F. G. ....... . Baum, Geneva J.. .. Baxter, Janice D... . Baxter, Mary C.. . ,. Baxter, R. W. .... . Bayliss, M. . . .. Baylor, Winnie Bayne, J. XV. ..... , Baysinger, Jean M.. .. Bazola, F. N. ..... . Beach, Helen B. ..... . Beadles, Jessie R.. ,. . 14-1, Beal, X. L ........ . Beall, Betty J ..... Beall, J. M.. . .. Bean, Dixie .. Bean, H. XV .... . Bean, Jessie L.. .. . Bean, Marguerite .. Bean Mariory R. .... . Beane, Wlinifred J.. .. Bear, Mary R, ..., . Beard, H. ...... . Beard, J. H.. ,. Becher, S. W .... Bechly, F. L. ........ . Beck, Barbara A .... , , .25 .. ,74 Beck, G. XV., ...... 58, 1-19 Beck, J. C .......... ...... Beck, L. H. ,...... ....... . Becker, Constance A. .... 74, Becker, D. E. ...... .... . Becker, Helen XV .... . Becker, R. J .... .......... Becker, Snrajane S. ....... . Becker, S. W.. ........ 145 Beckett, R. E ..... .. .... . Bcdcrman, S. .... Bcdinger, P. L.... Bedrick, Cyra .... Bednck, T. ...... . Beers, Elizabeth J.. . . . Behrends, D. F. ..... . Bcich, XV. A. ......... . Beidelman, Betty J. .... 2 Bell, J. F. ....... Bc1le, XV. ........ . Beillin, D. S. ..... . Bckermcir, H. XV.. . .. Belcher, Eleanor Belford, K, E. .... , Bell, J. F. .......... . Bell, XV. ............ . Belland, Mary R. A.. Below, Helen I. ..... , Belson G. P. ...... 64 .6-l, 15, , , 146, Belting, Dorothy J.. .... 274, Belting, Natalia M,. , . Bender, E. J., ..... 106 420 555 106 333 'skb 184 556 E55 18-1 186 155 17-1 158, 115 1511 1 15, 349, 236, 360 585 E511 253 253 333 554 .Ag 557 3-l6 4 2-521 418 .45 415 .6-1 -105 222 178 178 253 113 411 287 1 402 428 402 135 226 120 534 426 231 326 404 122 418 358 406 185 158 42-1 119 410 422 -120 410 345 185 187 334 173 175 393 143 348 163 119 400 414 118 366 363 -121 237 419 419 418 411 401 391 366 326 120 361 -10-4 366 419 125 363 4-vw 150 -118 351 333 77 395 425 393 584 151 116 423 -ll 3-17 418 -120 0 1 383 424 415 393 543 -102 423 -107 122 116 151 597 -110 421 392 148 179 121 179 401 407 1-48 118 381 360 421 289 367 38 The Eternal Hills IN an ever-changing world, the eternal hills re- main unchanged. From their towering heights they have watched men come and go . . . govern- ments rise and fall . . . civilizations 'Cabide their destined hour, and pass away." They have watched man stumble through wars and depressions, to arise again and drive forward, ever progressing in his relationships with his fellow man, in his partnership with Nature . . . in making his lot easier, better, more healthful. Over thousands of years, man has progressed in his effort to till the soil more productively. The crooked stick, the plow, the flail, the reaper, the combine, the tractor were long steps on the way that brought to man a freedom-gave him time for tasks other than providing food for his own subsistence. And when this war is won, when farm equipment is again available in quantity, more farmers will take to themselves the blessings and advantages of mechanical farming. And the eternal hills will see another change, as great as any in the past, toward a far richer and finer agricultural life the world over. JOHN DEERE fllolilze, Illinois MANUFACTURER OF QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT FOR OVER A CENTURY -I-31 if - 0 'W l l 1 l l '1 . l l 1 J I l l 1 1 1 l l l r. 1 .l iz 1 l l l r 1 . v l I I in l. 1 l l l . Bender, Marion R.... ...... 370 Benesch, B. ....,.... .... 3 -13 -I0-1 Beniamrn. Betty B. .... . .30. 59 205 276, 277, 30-1 -126 Benjamin, Vivian A. ........ 401 Benna, Marion D.. . . .. .. . -100 Benner, Laura H .,,. ,..... . .. . 37-I Benner. T. E. ...,..,.......... 80 Bennett, Alice C.. . .7-1, 393 433 424 Bennett, A. M. ......,..,.. .327 -123 Bennett, Bette l.. ....... 153 376 -119 Bennett, Elsie B. .... 75, 90 397 418 420 Bennett, J. M., Jr. .... .....,. 4 0-1 Bennett, J. R. ....... . .. .. 116 Bennett, Marjorie . .. .... ..... 3 10 Bennett, Mary R ....... .... . .. 36-1 Bennett, R. P. .... .... 8 6 326 417 Bennett, XV. R. ,... ..,...... 2 29 Benning, S. ..,. ... .... 113 118 Benson, J. .. ...........,....,, 120 Benson, Lou A....15-1, 259 276 277 364 419 Benson, Martha L. .... ..90 150 289 370 -127 Benson, Phyllis A .... .,..... 1 34 Benson, R. J. ..... 407 Bent, Mary K. .... . 364 Benzion, XV. H.. .. . 343 Berdahl. C. A ,... 36 Berg, Berry L.. .. ....... 358 Berger, J. E .... -107 Berger, Lois J. ..., .. 388 -118 Berger, Myra H.. .. .. .253 -101 Bergeson. R. A.. .. .... 142 143 Berggren, Lillian ... . ..,... . . -101 Bergman, Lavergne ..... 95 240 370 -120 Bergman, R, A....251, 271 275 343 Bergmann, Harriet J .,..... 4. . .59 335 Bergmann, H. XV. ,..... 106 114 115 Bergquist, S. F. ............ 252 335 Berkman, Patricia L. ..,..... 250 375 Berkowitz, Bernice . .. ...... 399 Berkowitz, D. ....... ........ 5 41 Berkowitz, Esther A. .... 39, -102 -120 Berkowitz, Evelyn . . ....,...... -101 Berkowitz, J. S., ........... 285 -130 Berkowitz, Marion .,,. 14-1 599 -120 Berkson, Myra ............ .... 3 96 Berman, B. L.. ,........... .... -1 10 Berman, C. F .... ..39, 336 351 420 Berman, D. ................... 117 Berman, Gloria ,..... ...259, 373 Berman, Mynette M .... . ..,.. -101 Berman, XY. . ....... ,..,... 1 22 Bernardi, H. . ..,.. ....l0o 110 Bernardonr, E. A.... ...., . 158 Bernbaum, E. ,,.... ..... 1 43 Berngen, Dorothy .. ...... 370 Bernstein, H. E. . .. .... 106 112 Bernstein, L. ....,.. ...... 1 Z1 Bernstein, Marjorie .. ..., 151 373 Bernstein, P. . ,....., ..., l 02 117 Bernstein, Yetta L. .... ...241 399 Berry, Erwin ...,... ..... 2 Z0 Berry, Thelma A .,.. 418 Bertagnollr, A. J.. .. -111 Bertelsen, XV. R. .... . 131 Berroni, XV. E. ............ 54-I Besic, F. C. ................... 125 Bwlg. Cbmlel H. .md Cwnpmzg. -139 Best, D. H., Jr. .....,....,. 288 -lui Beste, L. F. ..................,. 149 Beta Gumm.: Signal. . ,. 148 H8111 Home ...... .. .. 39-1 Bef.: Ibm: P1 ..... ........ 1 O7 532 B.'zb.zr1J Cnr!! ,..,............. 395 Betzelberger, G. R...75, 90, 254 -115 Bevan, A. O. .................. 110 Bevan, Carolyn L., ...,.,....... 304 Bezanis, Chrysanthe .......,. 39 -100 Bralas, F. C3. ...,............ 04 417 Bickel, Jane L ...... .,.l54, 2-lv 571 Bicknell, W, .................. IIB Bierbaum, Elizabeth A. ...... 39 50-1 Blerbaum, E. S ...... ,.,.,.... . . 30 Bierman, E. S. ..,....... 59, 147 -104 Bierman, Thelma M.. ........, 150 Biggers, J. T. ........ ...... 4 17 Brlclcrback, 'lean .... .... 3 69 Billard, G. R.. .. ... -107 Billings, f., K. .... ...,... 4 U0 Birch, Barbara J ............... 306 Bird, 11. ri. ..,.., ...114, 115 118 Birk, R. 1, ...,..., ...... , .. -110 Birks, D. W. ....... ........ 1 35 Birr, R. E ....,...,,......,.... Z-I0 Bissell, Dorothy M .... ..5S7. 231 435 Bittner, R. . ................... -117 Bitzer, Margie B. .... 30. 59, 205 346 276, 217. 356, 374, 418, 419 42' Bitzer, R, L, ............... 155 Black, A, Ma-.lelxne ......,.. 395 418 Black, Lois E. .,., ...231, 253 3115 Black, Mary A. .,... .....,..,. 3 93 Black. Minnie L.... .... 150 368 Blackford, Berry C... .. .... -118 Blair, Betty l.. ..,... .. 382 Blair, J. C. ....,.. . . ....,.. 145 Blanchard, Ida J. .... ,...... 2 50, 351 Blasier, S. C. ........... 31, 135 220 Blatchford, F. xv ..,. . ..... 432 119 Blatt, Julia A.. .. . Blatr, M. L. .... . Blattner, C, J. ..... . Blazier, Elenora I .... Blaziu, F. M. .... . Blimling, Lois .... . Blindcr. Bernyce Bliss. Paula M.. . . . .a2, 39. Blix, F. M., Jr. ............ . Block, B. ....... 162, Blodgett, R. H.. .,.. .... . . Bloom, Margaret .......... Bloom, Sally J .... .......... 144, Blosser, H. ...... . ...,... . Bluefarb, Eva L .... ..... 3 9 Blum, A. J. ..,.........,. . Bloomberg, LaVerne Blum, Sylvia A.. . ......... . Blumenschein, Joan M.. .. Blumenthal, S, C. .,.... . Blunt, Frances M ..... Board af Trnrlerr ...,... Bobinski, Virginia H .... . Bockhorst, R. E. ...,...... . Bodenbach, Florence C. .... . Bodian, E. L .,......... .... Boe, Harriet J.. ........ 90 Boettcher, Selma E.. .. Boger, F. C. ........ ..... . Bohan, J. Bohl, Helen F.. .. Bohl, R. XV.. .. Hohon, R. L .... Boley, C. ..... . ""5d,' Bolitlm, W, R. ......... . Bolliger, Shirley J. ...... . Bollinger, Marion Bolman, fMrs.J P.... Bolman, P. M ....... Bomash, Gloria ..,. Bundy, Rochelle H.. .. Bone, C. Bone, E. C. .,.. . Bone, R, G .... Bonefesti, J. V, ..... Bonne, Barbara j,... Bonnett, D. N ..,. Bonnett, O. T ..... .. Bonnett, O. T., Jr .... J9 Bonney, Marian A .,.. ,. .. Bontemps, C. XV ....... 137, Booker. Jo Anne ,.,. 30. 95. ' 114 Boor, A. 1x.,Jr...... Booth, Margaret R.. .. Borak, XV. J. ,..... . Borchers, Betty J .... . Borde, Patsy R. ..,. . Borgersnn, R. . .. . Borgeson, P. XV .,.. Borgsmiller, XV. .. Borin, R. ........... 500 106 -110 277 177 23.1 250 .se 405 .20 502 203 510 389 313.1 162 250 250 250 144 -1-14 125 .39 112 240 115 11-1, i. 51 403 '1 10 1 15 287 220 193 .6-1 267 280 106 230 557 114 349 151 Boris, J. F. ..,........, 288 Borkenhagen, R. H. .... .. . .. Borman, A, .....,... 1-13. Born, H. XV .... ...10Z, 11-1, Bornstein, H. . .........,. . Bossing, Mildred ..., Bostian, P. ........... . Bothwell, Martha L... Botteron, Dorothy L.. Bouer, R. ,......... . Boulanger, Jeanne D.. Boulsvare, Barbara A.. Bounds, L. K ,...... Bourgnn, D. G.... Bouthillier, P. . . .. Bovee, J. E. .....,.. .. Bowditch, F. XV ..... .. Bowditch, Helen ........ Bowen, C. E .... ...1S, 21-1, Bowen, Dorothy J.. .. Bower, E. ....,,.... . Bower, E. R. .,.... .... Bower, O. K. ....... ..... . Bowers, D. J. ,,... ..... . Bowers, Emma K. .,.... 86, 287, Bowers, L. .,........... . Bowman, Eleanor M.. 139, Bowman, Mary J. ....,. 253, Bowman, R. R.. . . . .. Buwton, F. L .,.. .,....,.... Bmvmn, Virginia E. ....... . Boyd, H. ........,......, . Boyd, H. T. ....... 64 326, Boyd, S. N., Jr .... .... 1 49 Buyer, Lois R. .......... . Boyle, F. M ..........., 31 Boyle, Margaret XV... 90, Boynton, R. M. .... . Bnysen, H. ,... . .. Braden, C. H, ...... . lvlarie L.. . .. Brader, Bradley, Anne H.. .. Bradley, Beth ....... Bradley, Roberta A... Bradley, T. A .... ..., Bradley, XV. F .... Brady, C. R. ..... . Brahana, H. R.. Brahana, T. R .... . 143 150 .39 8. 162 151 1-15 397 120 406 363 113 385 396 424 12 423 342 ? 562 559 401 :sv 399 339 306 ales 341 414 21 :sv 407 424 404 251 427 425 226 116 426 409 537 33-1 404 395 260 368 287 287 373 -115 116 115 353 285 253 125 1-13 1-IS 376 540 385 119 426 115 398 597 116 -10-l 120 343 -121 125 150 118 350 390 118 422 590 347 338 571 41-1 351 328 -107 64 386 332 568 158 -107 151 -10-l 27-1 -123 121 S68 418 405 115 300 285 -117 328 301 200 , 427 407 119 407 581 571 228 57-1 106 318 112 213 352 Brahin, Leona 212 Brain, XV. H .... ...... Bramlet, C, E., Jr. ........ . Bramlet, june R.. ... Branch, J. E. ...... . Brand, Carol T ....... 213 289 3501. Brandenburger, Ann ....... Brandt, P, C ......... Brandt, R. A. .... 106 Brandwein, H. A.. Brandwein, Ruth Branigan, D. A. .... . Brannick, T, L ...... Bransky, Gloria .... Braude, Clare B. Q 1111 Braun, XV. H. ........... . , .259 '115' , Bray, E. C ........ 157, 158. Brecht, V. O. ............. . Breckenridge, Dorothy L.. . 166 Breckenridge, J. R.. . . . 231 Breen, H. E .............. Breese, Esther R. ......... . Bremer, . Breneman, Eunice E.. . .. . . Brennan, Emmagene ..... . Brenneman, Marjorie A... 162 230 310 25-1 212 394 75, Brenner, G. E. .......... 90, Brenner, Joanna M. ...,... . Brenner, Muriel H.. .. Bresee, J. C.. .... . Bressler, L. Brewer, M. C.. .. . Breyer, O. ..... ......... . Bricker, Mildred L. ..,.... . Bricker, O. H. .... 114, 115, Briggs, M. XV. ...... Brigham, E. R ........ Bright, Helen L .... Bristow, L. .... . Britan, 5. ....... . Britt, Barbara H, ........ 40 Brittin, J, ............ 158 1 Brock and Rankin .......... Brock, Jean A.. . .. Brock, Patsy ..,. Brockman, S. .... . Brodsky, Martha .... Brodsky, Reeva .,... Broehl, XV. Brons, joan Bronstein, I. .... . Bronstein, I. P.. . . Bronze Tablet . .. Brooks, Fannie M. Brooks, Helen 1.. . Brooks, M. .... . Brooks, Marillyn . Brooks, N, C ..... Brooks, Broom Shirley K. ......., . EV ..... . . 64, Broome, Netajean G. ...... . Brophy, E. M ..,...... Brophy, J. A.. . .. Brothers, P. L .... Brous, Phyllis Browdy. H. H.. . .. Brown, A. ....... . Brown, Audrey J.. . .. Brown, Barbara E .... Brown, Carol ...... Brown, C, D.. . . .. Brown, C. F.. .. Brown, D. A. ..., . Brown, Dorothy .. Brown, E. H. ..., . Brown, E. V. L.. .. Brown, Joan E .... Brown, K. L ....... Brown, La Verne.. .,.. . Brown, Mary E. ...... . Brown, M. H .... .. 111 A Brown, M. L. ..... ..... . .. . Brown, Patricia J .... ...... Brown, P. H. .......... 143, Brown, Phyllis J. ......... , Brown, R. C. ............. . Brown, R. R. ....,..,. 285, Brown, R. XV. .... 139, 145. Brown, Virginia H .... ..... Brown, XV, H. .... .. . .120, Brown, XV. XY' ....,... . ..... Browne, R. B.. ..... 25, 95, Browne, R. S. ..........,.. . Browning, C. XV,. ..,..... .. Br0yleS. June ....... Brubaker, M. E.. . .. Bruce, Nancy J ..... . .. Bruell, L, L. .......,..... . Brumbaugh, Elizabeth K ..... Brun, A, K.. ..,........ Bruner, Mary E .,...,.....,. Brunskill, Dorothy M.. .254 Brusslan, D. ............. . Bryan, C. E. ........ , Bryant, Mary C ,... Buchanan, XV, R ..,.. Buck, Edward E.. . .. Buck, Virginia Bl ..... Buckingham, R. A .... Buckley, N. A, .... . 393 288 289 . 59 399 551 383 116 .1113 .59 261 243 134 204 .40 241 326 1-10 -1.14 130 542 255 .50 327 364 355 260 .90 288 1-15 .40 583 1-N 385 114 .6-1 -101 335 407 361 147 420 371 331 125 339 375 353 404 401 359 407 163 406 241 419 41s 342 414 410 595 560 255 425 408 395 251 426 332 350 552 405 422 126 406 531 566 151 348 374 187 439 595 415 122 -10 -101 333 393 3-11 122 142 -424 361 147 74 3 538 370 -1111 395 150 285 411 396 547 115 360 361 385 120 1-17 3s1 358 -105 119 372 406 388 39-I 330 350 150 -116 -119 119 40-1 335 337 -106 192 150 40 100 337 34-1 339 411 362 405 595 -118 339 328 -115 135 346 366 115 405 Buckner, Jean B.. . . . 362, Bucy, P. C. ....... .......... . Budd, J. H ..... ............... Budwig, I. A., Jr .... .. .114 Budwig, S. M., Jr. ............ . Buettner, R. P. ........ . . .. Bulan, G. P.. .,....... 158 1 Bukovsky, R. S ....... ...... Bull, J. F.. ....... .. Builwinkei, Elizabeth ' ' ' ' ' " Bunn, C. N... ........ . . Bunyan, Patricia Y.. . . Burdick, Burdon, J. ......... . Burdon, A. L. .... . S. B. .... ..... . Burgess, Carolyn F. .... .. Burgh. F. .......... . Bur Wald, E. J. .... . Burie, Doris A.. . . Burke, J. F.. .. . Burke, Burks, B. D. ..... . Burlison, XV. H .... Burlison, XV. L ..... Burmeister, XV. A .... Burness, M. Anne .... Burnett. John H.. .. L. J. .... . Burns, Kathryn V.. . . . Burrell, J. ......... . Burroughs, Nelle J.. .. Burrows, S. J. ..... . Burt, D. W. ..... . Burt, P. ........ . Burtness, R. XV .... Burton, Myrtle ..... Burwasll, Helen L.. . . Busch, J. S.... .... . Busch, Rochelle B.. . . Busey, Garreta H.. . .. Bn,rey'5 Stale Bank .... Bushee, Eleanor J ..... Bushman, J. C.. . . . . Busk, Lorraine E.. .. Busteed, Eileen D.. . . 115, ..32, 162, 4031 100, 1431 531' 371 , 1 Butkovich, A. J. .......... . Butkovich, XV. P ....... 158 Butler, Elizabeth I.. ....... . Butler, Elsie R ............. Butler, M. F. ..... . Butler, S. .. .... . Buttney, J. J.. . .. Butz, V. P. ...... . Buyer, Margaret . .. Buys, C. ........ . Buys, C. R. ........ . Buzan, 1.. R. .............. . Buzzell, Miriam V. ...... . Byars, XVinona ..... 75, 90 Byerrum, R. U. ........ 1-19 C Cable Plrmo Company. Cada, Lorraine M .... Caclden, XV. Cagle, H. ....... . Cagle Hall .. Cain, D. N .... Cain, Mary V ...... Caldwell, L. R. ..... . Caldwell, Mary J.. . . . Caldwell, R. H. .... . Calhoun, ,l. ........ . Calimese, Ruth N.. . . . Callaghan, Patricia J.. Callahan, Mary J.. . ,. Calloway, N. O.. . .. Calvin, Ruth A .... Calvin, XV. N ....... Calwell, Cameron, Camillo, Camina, M. ........ . Shirley J... C. C. ...... . 1 Blanche .......... Camp, Barbara . . .134 Camp, C Camp, Je A 11-1 ,150 215 ynth1.1 R. ........ . an C. .... . Camp, J. R. ....... . Camp, XV. J. ....... . Campana Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell , Anna M.... Helen S,. .. ,Jean M .... , joan F.... , P. A. .... . , R. D. .... . 75. ,R.J ............ 204, 205, 206, Camras, S. ...... Canaham ,R, ........ Canale, A. J ..... Canham, Canmann Cannon, Cannon, Cannon, R. ..... . , H. L.... G. XV. ..... J. D., ,lr.... Campobello, R. ....... ..... . .. Cdfllfllf Lenderf ..200, 201, 207, 12100 102, 1312 250i 5051 323. 111, .40, 5051 250, 4111, 204, 216, 144, .s1, 405, 0301 289, 90, .40, 253, .b5, 202, 208, 1. P. ...,..... 114 115, Canter, Connie J. ............. . Canty. A Cap, T. Card, L. Cardozo, lice M. ..... .... . XV. ..... . E. ...... R. L.. . . 250. 419 121 407 122 339 86 164 337 57 113 344 414 423 120 120 253 118 116 365 135 404 145 73 327 405 393 406 424 118 414 119 414 230 406 394 366 341 395 357 437 392 353 361 381 158 163 391 424 209 119 330 119 234 143 142 406 366 418 332 437 401 410 416 381 405 388 228 418 65 118 40 357 367 106 4 v 3-6 326 370 409 396 212 287 384 384 423 120 287 395 424 370 369 119 1-16 421 330 203 209 122 118 328 126 329 150 342 121 373 253 116 143 3-ll is the watchword of America today-coordination oI men and machines to per- form the biggest iob a nation ever attempted. It is with the utmost modesty that we mention our name IoIIowing the above thought but, for 33 years, our organization has coordinated the eII:orts ot skilled workmen with modern machines to achieve a quality product of which we are proud. ARTISTS ANID ENGRAVERS +++CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS sg .RGRUBB 81 CGS Complimenfs of fhe PAGE ENGINEERING COMPANY Monufocfurers of fhe Page Walking Dragline Excavcrfors Chicago, IIIinois I W' 405 526 Dearborn, R. J. ..... . ... Curlin, j, A ..... , .. 407 DQM . s Carleton, Barbara J.. .. .. 51--1 Carlson, Betty J ...... .,... . . 393 Carlson, Catherine ............. 38' Carlson, E. G. ..,.............. -109 Carlson, Jeannette E. .... 40, 571 -H0 Carlson. Ju E ..... ......,..,.., 3 S1 Carlson, R. E.....150, 260, 271, 357 Carlson, R. E. ................ 116 Carlson, Violet M .,...... . .75. 00 Carlsten, Margaret A. .,.. .. 38'- Carlstmm, R. ................. -100 Carman, A. P ..,..,............ 14' Carmiuhael, R. D. ...... 06 1-13 151 Carmon, R, L ..... . ....,..... -10-1 Carnahan, D. H.. . . .... .,.. 33-1 Caro, Bl. R. ..... .. 122 Caron, j. G. ..,.... .... .... 4 l O Carpenter. ,lean F. .......... 230 560 Carpenter, Mary L. .... 14-1 384 -125 Carpenter, S. S .... ....,.,.. 1 45 150 Carr, Helen M ,... .. ..... -114 -123 Carr. R. F. ..,..,. ...... 4 ZS Carrier, F. XV. .... .... 3 42 Cartigan, -l. ,l. ...,. ...... -1 04 Carr-wll, T. T ..... ...1OC1 113 Cfarmll, Virginia P ..., .... 3 ni Carroll, XV. E ..... . .. 73 143 1-10 Carruth, R, 1-l. .,..,....... .... 2 25 Carson. Helen G. .....,,.. .... 5 11- Carter. H. E. ..... 140, 328 537. -123 Carter, Phyllis A..14-1, 3s6 357, 419 Carter, P. L. ..,........... ..,. -I 04 fan-is, VI. A. .....,......,, .... 5 -10 fasbers. 6. H.... ...1-lb 3"' Case, Flora B. ..,. ...141 5'4 Case. H. C. M. ...... ,... .... 7 5 Casey, Dorothy A. ....,..,... -10 400 fasey, XY. A. ...,..,....,. ,.., 1 10 Casper, Ruth .-1 .,.... ...SS HR 26-1 272 41-1 Cassidv, E. .... .... .... 3 4 O Cassman, F, S. .... ... .. .... 543 Castle, Arlene R. ...,...... .... 3 70 Castles, ,l. N...75, 90, 526 351, -115 Caughlan, Jeanette .......,. 253 306 Causey. D. F ...,...... .. .... 417 Cavenagh, B. ..,, ...... 4 23 Cavenee, juanna .... .. .222, 364 Cavette, Lillian G.... .... 40, 557 Cech, R. F. ,..,.,.. .... 1 21 Cerney. A. ...,.... .. ..., 125 Cerullo. J. . .... ,..,...... .... 1 1 8 Chackes, Dolores M .... 520, 37s, 426 Chaddick, Camille D ..... .. .253. 382 Chacldix, M. ...,.,... .. ..,. 151 Chadwick, D. H. .,.. ...140, 528 Chailland, Amy L.. .. ,... .... 3 65 Chalberg, K. J. ,......,... .,.. -1 05 Chalmers, N. ......... 114 115, 122 Chamberlain, Barbara L.. .. .... 362 Chambers, G. M ..........,. -105 425 Chandler. Josephine H. .... .,.. 1 51 Chaney, M. C ..... ........ . . . . 145 Channun, M. H. ...,... 285 286 3-17 Chapin. ,l. H ..... ....,.... .... 4 1 1 Chapin, Mildred R. ......... 1-13, 213 422, 424 Chapin, N. A. ....... .,.. 4 06 Chapman, A. A .......,. 417 Chapman, Adrienne S ...... .... 3 75 Chapman, A. Z. ....... ...ll-1 115 Chapman, C. A. .,..,... ...... Z 92 Chapman, Marilynn L. ,.... .... 3 66 Chapman, R. A ........ ...ll-1 115 Cfharcolla, 1. P. ...... .... 1 87 Chase, Barbara L. .... .... 1 -14 Chase. Jean T ..... . ., 422 Chase, M. N. .... .. 40 Lhase, R. E. .,..... .. 119 Chase, Shirley A.. . . .. -100 Chauvet, F. ......... .... .... 1 2 S Cluyken, Betty F. ......... ,. . , 350 Cheancy. E. S ..... ,.,... 6 5 287 4041 Chccklcy, Betty .. ..... .... 5 74 Check, XV. D. .... 40-1 Checly, G. XV .,... . .. 327' Cbi'u'li.1dfif .,....... .. 159 Chclemcr, Pauline ... .... 402 Chcnault, H. ...... .... 1 In ffhurbu, ....... H526 350 C hcrtack, M. ... .... 122 Lhesrer. J. N. .....,. .... 4 28 Lhiang, Ming C. .,.... ....., 1 -10 Cblrilyu Cizrrlplli I"lill',v .,.... 127 123 129 130 Clm'.1,w llllwl l'r1iwl. .. ..... . 115 Chiddix, May E. ..... .... 1 -13 Cb! Efuilflrl ....... .. 421 Cbl 011121411 ..... .. 36-1 Cb: Phi ......... .... 3 52 Chipps, Alta F ..... ...... 5 74 Chi P11 . ,....... .. 106 355 Chisolm. R. G. ......... ...... 1 96 Chmielewski, Victuria .... .... 1 51 Chouinard, Virginia H ........ .. 357 Christ, C. ....,................ 162 Christ, Marcta L. .,.... 222, 235 392 Christensen. Gcorgianne ...... .. 384 Christensen, Ruse B. ...... .58 159 387 425 Christiansen, Claire L. .... .-10 961 Christiansen, Valerie XV... 218 274 361 434 Christie, Charlotte M.. ., . .. Christofi, D, ........... 114 Christopher, Emily L. ..... . Chukwuemcka, N. . . . Chumbley, Jeanette 256, Chumbley, Phyllis B.. Churan, Elaine C.. . . . Chval, Martha R.. . .. Ciaramelli, R. G.. . . . Ciboch, Lorraine A... Cilrino, A. .,...,.. . . 237, 158 .-10 Ciipnlla, Carlo J. .... ...... . Firzan, J. L ..... ........... ffiszek, R. A .... .,158, 162, 6-ll.1JE1. Tlve ............. Clancy. XV. D. ........... . Clapper, K. H .... Clark, A. L ..... flark, B. B. .... ....... . Clark, F. M. ...........,.. . filark, G. I. ............. . Clark, G. L. ...... 140. 175, Clark, G. M....32, 86, lil, Clark, I. G. ........,.. 1-17, Clark, joan .... ...... Clark, K. S. ...... . Flark, Laurel K .... ..... Kilark, Lola G.. .......... .. Cilark, R. K., Jr ....... 151, Clark, Shirley Clark, bus ........ Clark, , filarke, Marlnrie A... Clasen, Virginia J... Clint of 19-H. Tlw. .. Clint af 1945. Tlw. .. Clay nf 1046. Tlve.. Cliz.i.r af 1947, Tlw.. Clatfelter, J. H.. . .. Claussen, Ruth E.. .. Claxton, Margaret J... flaybrooks, R. E ..... Clayp-aol, B. XV. .... . Clayton, Barbara Cleary, J. M.. . . . .. Clement, J. A ..... Clemons, T. R.. .... , Cleveland, M. A.. . .. Clifford, Marjorie Clinard. C. A .... .... Clinebell, Helen L.. , .. Clinton, H. ...6S, 142 Viruinia F.. . .. Clorfene, B. E. ...... . Club Tvpper ........ Clyde, A. J. .... .... . Clyde, Katherine M... Clyde, Kay A ..... Coates, E. F. ..... Coble, A. B.. ..-... 37 Cobb, Kathryn A.. . .. Cochran, N, L. ..... . Cocose, P. ......... . 1.1.4 111' Coderrc, Juliette A.. 218 272 Coderre, R. A ..... Coe, Molly A. ...... . Corfman, Orma J.. . .. Cofoid, XV. E .... .1-16 Colman, J. .....,... Cohen. A. ..,.. . . . Cohen, Bettie E .... Cohen. C. S. ,... .. Cohen, Dorothy .. Cohen, D. S. ...... . Cohen, Ethel . ..... . Cohen, Geraldine B... Cohen, J. L. ......., . Cohen, Myra ....... Cohen. Roberta G ..... Cohen, Roberta S ..... Cohen, S. A. ..... . Cohn, H. .....,. . Colbert, C . D. A S ,olby, . Coldwell, M. I... Cole, Louise A,... Cole, Nina C ...,. Cole, XV. D. ..,..,. Cole, XV. H, ....... .. Coleman, Louise J .,.. Coleman, R. D,, . .. Colen, Barbara H .... Colin, Papita ....... v Coll, Mary A. ...... . Collvgei fl! Cblmga ,... Cffllrguf :lf Urlmrm ..,. Collier, Dorothy M .... Collier, Florence M.. .. Collier, P. S. ....... , Collins, F. G. ....... . Collins Glenna M .... Collins: Wlynona R.. .. Cfllovzial Alurmr ..... Culp, Caroline ...... 143, 134. 220, 356, 138, 1211, 5164! Colton, Marjorie E.. .7 Colvin, J. C ........... Calwell, M. ..... .. Combs, Wlinifred M .... Comings, E. 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L. ...,. 65, 147. 231, Conley, Phyllis .. Connell, Bonita B. ...,. . Conner. Judith R. .,.. . Constantine, Roslyn H.. . . Converse, Louise D.. . . Converse, P. D... Conway, L. V. ..... .. Conybear, Lois J.. . .. Cook, C. R ........ Cook, M. Carol .... Cook, R. I.. ..... . Cook, Shirley ..... Cooke, Jane C ..... Cooley, R. H ..... .. Coon, lvl. ,... . y, Elaine M.... Cooper, L. ........ . . .. Cooper, M. ...., Cooper, Miriam Coone ' R .,.... 253. Copito, B, .,....... ...... . Copper, G. K. ....... ..., . Coppolillo, H. P.. . .. Corbus, B. C. .... .. Cordera, F. J ..,... Cordes. Betty J... Corey, Helen I.. .. Coriden T. L ..... . Corimliz ......... Corkery, Ruth E.. Corlett, Dorothy . Cormack, lX1ary L .,.,... ..., Corman, Jacqueline B.. .253, Cornheld, L. S. ..........., , Correll, XV, K, .....,. .... . Corson, Thelma M. ..,... 75, Camwflolilarz Club ... ..... Cosstjoan M. T.. .,.., Cotanu, P. G .......... . .. Cotler, N. ............... . Cottingham, Martha L..250, Coultas, T. A,. ........... . Council, Helen J .,.. ,.... 7 5, Counsil, Mary jo ........... Countryman, jacquzlyn J ..... Counts, C, R .,.,..., ....... Cover, Catherine J. ...,.... . Cover, Patricia A....32, 58, 212, 258, 276, Cox, Helen F ............. Cox, J. XV ..,.. ........... Cozak. Marion , . ,. .. Crader, Jeanette N.. . . Craig, H. XV .,... .. Craig, R. B. ...... .... . Cramer, R. E .... ...... Crandell, J. S, .... .338, Cmthorne, A. R. ...... 145, Craven, J. C. ............. . Crawford, J. XV ........... Crawford, Verla M.. .. Crcbo, A. Kathleen .... Creek, E. M., Jr ...... Crego, Mary J .,......,.... Crisler, Catherine M .... .... Crist, joan L ..... ...33. 41, Cristal, S. J. ...........,.. . Crittenden, A. L. ........,. . Crnoevich, Violet ...... Croessmann, F. Jane .... 134, Cross, Shirley N .... -ll, 376, Crossley, C. F. ..,...,..,.. . Crossman, R. S. .,..,. ,.,. Crowe, Irene M. ...... . Crowe. Jacqueline N... Crult, Ci. E. ....,... . Crum, G. F. ............, . Crum, XV. E.. ............ . Crumrine, YI. L .... 114, 115, Cueto, E. M. .,........,.., . Culf, R. G ,..... ........ Cullin, U, ....,. . Culver, A. A. ..... . Culver, L. B. ............. . Cunningham, H. E .,.. 20, 21, Cunningham, H. E .,..... Cunningham. J, E. ..,... 65, Cunningham, Martha J ....,. Cunningham, Phyllis .,..... Curcio, R. M .......... Currimbhoy, A. E... Curry, J. L. .,...... 158 Curry, L. T ..... ......,. Lurry, P. N. ..... . 285 Curtin, D. Y .... ... ,... .. Curtis, C. C., Jr ............ Curtis, Dorothy J. ...... 253. Curtis, M. ,.... .. Curtis, Onilee E.. .. . .. Curtis, R. D. ....... . Curtis, Virginia M .... Cushing, Lorna .., . 533 .es i. 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Daniels, Georgia R. ....... . Danielson, Charlene R., . . .. Dann, Ruth E. ..... 90, Danner, R. V. ....... . 150. Darrah, Elizabeth A ..... Darst, M., Jr. ......... 114 Dasso, R. XV. ............. . Daugherty, Marjorie R ...... David. V. C .,......... Davidson, Bobbie J.. . . ... Davidson, D. R ........ Davidson, Geraldine ...... Davidson, Marian J ....... .. Davies, Alice A.. ..,.... Davis, A. XV. ......... 114 Davis, B. V. .... ..... . Davis . C. Davis, C. R ,,... ..2 Davis, Diana ...,. ... Davis, Doris L., . . .. . Davis, E. XV ...... ...... Davis, G. G, .........,... . Davis, Hallie P.. ....,. .41 Davis, 1-lillaine J. .....,... . Davis, H. R ......,....... Davis, H. XV...32, 38, 258, 269, 272, 353 Davis, jane L .,......,...,. Davis, june E. ....... Davis, J. XV., jr .,.. Davis, Loretta L.. .. Davis, Norma J. ......... . Davis, R. E. ............. . Davis, Wintress N.. .75, 90 Davis, NV. S .,............. Davis, Yetra R. ........... . Dawson, C. ..... . Dawson, H. S... Dawson, Dawson, Dawson, lrmaA.i1i M.D.... R. N .... .... 4 1 Deabler, H. H.. Deakun, Alice . Deal, Winifred M.. .. ... Deam, A. F. ....... . . . Dean, Betty L.. . .. Dean, janet B.. . . . Dean of Men ...... Dean of W'omvn .... Dem: of Sll4dk'lllJ. . . ... Dean, Shirley L. ..., ... Dean, Shirley XV ...... Dean xv.j .,......... ,. Dearnbarger, Carrie L .... DeBorc.l, C. D ....,,.... Di-ei s and Company ...... Dees, Helen J ..,........,.. Defenbaugh, Marilyn A.. .. . Detfenbaugh, Eunice V.. . . .. DeGeorge,, V. R. ...... . . Dehr, Arlm M. ......,.... . Deichmann, Elizabeth ...... Deiss, XV. P. .,.. . Dekker, C. A ..... Delaney, D. A ..... 158, Delaney, Patricia Delano Hall ..,...... . Delvitt, Estelle B ..... Del Fava, R. L.. . .. Dell, G. H. .......... . Delman, V. A. ........ Delong, G. E. .... 158, Della Della DFIIH ...... Della Gamma , .... D1-lla Pb! ........... Dilip! Dulhl Della Dz'll:l o Sigma Dell.: .... Tall Dulliz .... Qpxllou . . . Zeta ............ ulin, R. L.. .158, Dempsey, T. F ..... .... Denell, Cecily 1.. ...... . Den l-lercler, M. ...... . Denis, D. R...65, 2-19, Denny, D. Denise ...... Denial SlIIdF71l Council. . Denlillry, College of... 122 2221 327, 252, 132' 2131 2362 243, 317131 .65, 1132 ..vs, 398. 2071 115, 106. . 5.1. 23111 S9561 143' 264, 409. 1512 398. 1121 1522 526. 131, 312. 2562 5551 149, 173, 193 iii' 333 Departmerzt of Dame: ..... De Pree, J. F. ........ . Derderian, Nick ...... Derr, Betty A. ........ . Derrington, T. 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Dln11'ar1-Erbel' Sllnlloy Duncan, Gwendolynn f fiddf DUnC1ln, Jeanne A. .... . Duncan, R. L. ....... G.H ..... ,. Dun :1n, Dunfevy, R. E. .... 100, 113. Dunn, C. L .,... ....... 1 78. Dunn, D. E. ...... .,... . Dunn, E. E. ..,.... Dunn, L.j. ,.....,. .. Dunovsky, Dorothy . . .,.. Duprc,G,T ..... Durham, Betty R ...... ,..... Durmnt, J. M ....... .. 153, DuS1k. T. F ....... 102, ll-L Dust. Joseph V .... . .... 65, Dwyer, Alice I. .....,..,.. . Dyer, R, L, ......., E Eads, Bernice ...,...,.., Ends, D. K..,.-12, H1 ISS, E.1dS. R. E.. Jr.. ., Earhart, B. I-I,. . .. E,1rlc, Muiorie P.. . .. 240, 241 E.1rly, XV, R. .... . East, Jeanne INI.. .. Euan, G. XV .,... 73 Eber, Mary E. ..,... . Eberhart, Lavingx E. ........ . Eberle, Allene ,... Echt, R. .......... . Echternach, Leona F, .... 715, Ecke, Lyda M. .,....... 1-H, Efkel, E. J ......... Eckerling, G. ....,. ...., . Eckhoff, H. E. .......... 05, Eddlcmnn, XV, G, ......... . Eddy, R. L. ......, Edelson, Frances E.. .. ... 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Elmr, R, ., .,...., ., Elisberg, E. I, ...... . Elkm, Gertrude ...... Eller, S. ........,,. . Elliott, Annabclla G.. Elliott, J. N.. .. Ellis. Barbara .. Ellis, Sarah L... 33 81, E1ln13n, 11. ..138, 143, 251, Ellrich, Ardis L ........ 148 Elsesser, Thad M. ...,.... Emch, A. .... . Emery, H. G.. . . . f f 1 14, 258 106 252 406 Q63 366 41.12 250 116 170 ISS 2137 3417 125 417 235 -108 215 364 255 254 393 177 393 253 348 417 172 253 162 '.42 393 142 260 13-4 ,42 143 145 413 241 .42 117 .141 2174 .lrlli 5118 345 414 327 362 122 594 363 86 417 237 357 151 158 287 419 597 352 114 364 144 -539 42 37-1 407 1-X3 125 200 404 407 351 124 337 565 406 126 421 358 -Q05 -125 420 407 -ll-l 218 420 288 532 -H5 395 418 57-I 122 -118 301 147 -105 421 -804 407 359 422 80 5-1 -IOS 25 555 12-4 371 -9 387 -S18 119 151 368 -Q06 122 287 253 186 596 3114 150 504 42-I 597 395 403 573 122 3 126 385 585 569 532 327 428 390 537 145 162 122 401 351 395 285 571 419 423 423 404 151 544 Emling, R. E ....... ....,.. Emig, H. M .,... ,... ........ Emmick, R. D. ............. 149, Emsing, Dorothy A. .... ...,.. . Engel, Edith A. ............... . Engeljohn, Ethel XV. ........... . Enger, M. L.. .62, 143, 147, 549, Engerman, Audrey H ...... ..... Engineering, College of ,..,.... 62, Engng, D. T. ......... 149, 3211, Englund, E., Jr.. .............. . Eng1und,E., Sr.... Engstrom, Elaine .. . . . Ennis, R. D ..... . . .. . Ensign, N. E ....... ... Epstein, E. S. ...,.... .. . . Epstein, Elaine J. .... ...... . Epstein, Lois F., ..,.,.. . .42, Epstein, Marjorie L. .... .. . Epstein, S. .......... ,. , 142, Erickson, J. E ........ ....... Erickson, Marjorie H.. .. .. .. Erickson, R. E. ....,. Eris, M. C. .,......,.......... . Erlandson, Ruth M, ........... . Erley, W. L, ........... 66 340, Ernst, Thelma .,... ., ....... . Erskine, R. N ..... ............ Erwin, N. H. ..... .272 273, Erwin, XV, XV.. .. ..... 332, Erzen, C. A .... . .....,. . Escomel, M. Espy, XV. N. ....... .,.... 1 46. Esrom, Marie .......,. 287 289, Esselbaugh, Nettie C. ....,..... . Estes, J. E, .........,,.... 110, Etges, F. J. .... ........ 1 45 353, Etheredge, Maude L .,.. ,. . I4-i, Etherton, E. B, ....... 114, Etherton, E, I., .... ...,. . . Eumond, R, ...... ,... . Eumont, H. XV. .... Evans, B. XV. ........ ... ... Evans, Elizabeth R. ............ . Ev:1ns,H.P,,jr. ....,. Evans, Mary E.. .. .... 86 267, 370, Evans, Maxine M ...,. ........ Everett, H. S,, Jr. .... Evers, H. H. ....... . .42, Evexsole, P. ...... .. . . Ewan, XV. A, ..,... ,... . Ewart, H. XV ..... .... Ewing, Frances E.. ........ ,... Eyerly, J. L. ......,...... 142, Eyler, R. XV. ..... 143, 140 150, Ezell, W. G. ....,.......... 332, F Fabik, R. J .,..,... ......, ,,... Fahler, C. F. ...,.,. 53. 58 334. Fahnestock, M, K. ...,..,. 146, Fairbank, Margery ... .. . , . . ,. Fairbanks, Aline M ..,.,.... .274, 286, Faletto, P. J ........ ,... 6 6 411, Falls, F. H, ...... , ............ Falls, J. L. ,...... 138, 145 212, Falstein, Phyllis D. ..... ,,..... . Fanning, XV. J. ...... ,...... . Fanta, Barbara M. . .8l, Farley, Betty J., .. ,.. 384, Farlow, Ida M. ......... : ..... . Famen, XV. XY' .... ...,.. C 16 146, Farr, Margaret A .... . . .267 274, 420, Farrar,M.D.... ., Farthing, K. M. .,... ,... Fascilla, Lenore M.. ,, .... .. . Fasig, G. K.. .,.... ,..... . . Faucett, M. A.. .. ... 147, Paul, Clarice ....,, ,....,., Faulkner, Esther C. ............ , FB1111, 1-1, W. ........,., 66, 255, Favret, XV. E ........ ........... Fazekas, Matilda V. ....,.. ... Fedosky, Virginia G.. .. .,.. Fefer, C. ..,........ ....., . Fchner, E. C. ...... ....... . Fehrs, Mary A.. . , ..... 574, Feiler, L. G. .... . . .231, Feiser, G. .,.,.. ..., Feldman,A.... Feldman, E, E.. .. ...., 125, Feldman, Feldman, I., S, .... ,,.... . Feldman, P. J .... .,.., 1 02, Fell, E. H, ..... ,..., . . Fellenstein, R. .... ....... . Fellows, J. R. ...... 146, Fclsenthal, J. G .,.... ..,..... Fenchel, R. M. .....,....,... 42, Fenoglio, P. .................. . Fence, Mary K. ..,. 90, 252, 557, Ferreira, C. G ..,....... ........ Ferris,-LH. .... Ferry, D. ,..... ......... . Ferry, J. D ..... .. ...114,115, Ferstandig, L. L .... ...... 1 -55, Fett, G. H. ...... .,... l 43, Fickle, XV. M. .... ...... . 65 115 328 357 242 124 421 402 63 425 285 285 422 542 147 409 575 596 401 143 125 239 116 554 143 406 418 428 340 410 334 554 1-i7 425 422 125 425 374 115 116 329 -X17 231 401 147 289 425 589 320 420 410 119 286 lil 151 328 405 268 416 147 597 285 3125 417 125 213 399 352 -501 414 593 421 287 425 143 -507 372 405 337 124 151 410 407 398 245 409 -104 427 343 353 425 126 548 343 117 119 410 147 339 420 147 427 534 411 126 116 149 147 409 Field, V. M. .... . Fielding, R. C .... Fieser, G. E.. . .. Fiess, H. A. ..... . Fijan, K. J. P.. . . . Filbey, E. J ..... Finch, J. XV ...... ..114, Finder, E. F. ..,.... 55, 58, Fine amz' A plied Arif, College ofp .............. Finegan, R. F.. Finger, G. C.. . . . Finger, Jean D.. . . Fink, Carolyn B.. .. Fink, Dorothy R .... Fink, O. D., jr,, . . . Finnerucl, C, XV... Fischer, A. R.. Fischer, H. C.., .....1-14, Fischer, Mary G .....,.. 215, Fish, R. Fisher, B. C... .. Fisher, Doris . .. Fisher, Edith ...... Fisher, G. F .,....... Fisher, J. T .,.,,... .... . . Fisher, Margaret L .,...... Fisher, XV. .............. . Fishman, Lorraine M.. Fitton, Jeanne ,.., ... Fitzgibbons, XV,, Jr... F1tzsimmons, Cleo Fyelde, O. S ..... . .. Flaherty, J. J.. , ,. Flaherty, L, .... . Flaks, Betty M.. .. Flamgan, jean ...... Flannery, F. E .... Flannery, M. G. .... . Fleishman, Mitzi M.. Fleming, Doris . ..... Fleming, Eleanor I.. Fleming, E. XV. ..... . Fleming, V. R ....... Flenniken, Bonnie J Fletcher, Anne C. . Flelcber, Gnrlamz' B. S Fletcher, H. F.. . .. Floslrom, R. J.. . .. Fluegge, June C.. . ,. ..1-15. ..114, ,..-82, mdiax. Plum, P. L. .............. . Flynn, C. E. ............ 89, Flynn, Joanne M ........ ., Foard, F. H ..,............ Foecking, R. J.. . .. Foersler, Lillian Folds, Jessie M.. . . Foley, E. F. ...... . Foley, R. H, .... . Folger, R. L .....,. . ..-12, Folliard, Marilyn J .... Follmer, J. R. ...... . Fonger, Annabelle M. ..... .. Foolball .....,,.....,.,..,. Foote, D. L ..... ..... Ford, Alice E. . Ford, J. R. .... . Forex! Hall .,.... Forney, Ellen E.. ,. , Fornot, J. R. .... . Forrest, R. ...... . Forslund, C. XV. .... . Forst, L. H. ...... . Forsyth, A. C. .... . Fortner, J. G. .,,... . Fosnuagh. Ruth C.. .. Foss, A. B. .....,, . Fossel, Agnes B. .... , Foster, Elizabeth J.. . . . . Foster, J. W ....... Foster, R. E .....,. Fam'-H Home 401 . .......,. , Foushee. C. C ..... Fouts, R. XV.... Fowler, C. L.. .. ... Foote, R. s. ...... . ..144, .. 20' ,I .'1'5'11,' Fowler, E. B ............ Fnwler, F. H ..... ......... Fox, B. W ...... ..107, 114, Fox, Eleanor R .,... ..,..... Fox, F. M., Jr. ,...., Fox, Marjorie E .... Fmble, joan G.. . . ... Frahm, R. XV .,..,. ...,.. Fraley, Karyl J. ....... 250, Frame, H. Kathleen ....,.., Frame, Mary R. ..... . Frame, Ruth ..,... France, H. .,.. . Frank, A. E. ...,. . Frank,A.J ..... Frank, Beverly D.. . .... .. . Frank, Emily L. ....... 14-1, Frank, Gloria J, ......... . Frank J. L. .,......,.... . Frank, R. L. .......... 149, Frank, W. S..1-43, 147, 149, Frankel, L. ........... . Frankel, Nancy P. ..... . Franklin, Constance 288 .31 .66 . 404 , 208 . 405 . 149 116 148 407 416 4 1 112 414, ..s4, 85 344 149, 528 235 391 360 .. 390 ... 405 .... 119 .... 123 123, 125 , .... 598 364,427 .... 142 135, 145 .... 289 .... 402 196 ,.,. 406 .... 561 114 115 .... 402 .... 383 404 372, 424 273, 331 .... 120 114, 115 .... 373 369 115 120 119 .... 401 ..., 376 2s9 376 ..., 327 ... 421 ... 400 362 ,... 443 1-15 ..., 406 594, 420 261, 337 150 156 .... 207 326, 591 406 234 390 .... 360 ... 120 ... 173 ..,, 145 581, 425 ..,, 414 144, 365 160, 161 .,.. 327 151, 327 401, 41s 254, 415 .... 582 383, 418 21, 428 123 .... 118 162 164 .... 327 .... 116 .... 426 .... 351 .... 393 144, 381 116 149, 328 .... 583 .... 396 ... 405 -106 .... 158 .,.. 119 ..... 119 115 122 ..., 402 .... 407 ... 395 ... 353 ..., 404 277. 360 .... 395 ... 395 .,.. 254 42 .... 326 145, 347 231, 399 381, 414 144.396 125, 126 32s, 353 528, 420 . 102 ...,. 359 207, 363 NOTICE.. - Q the intelligent are photo- graphed by WEBER - . 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CHICAGO - BROOKLYN DALLAS-ATLANTA-PITTSBURGH STUDENTS Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporal Franklin, L. ...... 102, 11-1 Franklin, Martha D.. .. Frankovelgia, N. R.. .. Franks. J. M .,..... . Franks. K. XX' ...... Franson, K. D,. . . . Fr.1l.r'niilw ..,. . .. Fraucnhorf, J. A.. . .. Frazier. E. K.. Jr.. . .. Frazier, Elda I... . .V 115 243 32-1 . R6 107. Frazier. G. G..-- Frazier, T. M. ...,.. ..... :H 46 Frcgerlfli, CI. Rb .......,.. , ..... Pre cnc '5. . . ........... - - 1- Frcemnn, Dorothy C .... 362 415- Fruenmn, Florinc ..,....,.,.... Freeman, Marian P. ....... .. . . Freeman, Rutla C. .... -- - A Freeman, T, XV. .... --H Frcer, Lounse .... - - Frccsu. H. B. ...... -4" Fregan, E. J. ........ lg-5 Freiburg, 1X1. E., .lf--H Freldes, Ruth ....... -- - -f Freillch, E, B ..... . .....,.. W . Freinbegg, ..... ...,.. 1 O-. Frerrelc 1. ffl '3 -'--" """' ' ,' Frenclf. GfOi5Xll 112. ...,,. 76, 30-. Freric1S. a erY 4-4-4- '4" g J' Frerirhs, Leona M .... H144- -Ui- 12,,-,,fbm,n1 Cffrrznll nm! Fvuxrbrrlrzfl Fmlir Ckmrzrrzltln' ..........- A Fvsrlvrfzmr Frnfllr' . .N ..,......... . Freudcnbcrg. M- cf-' - ' "" fm,-, 1-1, xv, ,........ Frey, XV. O.. ....... -"- Friedberg, BV. .l-'-- Frredbert, 5. A ....- . -' Frredley, Caflfifle ---- "" Friedman, A. 5. ,...,. . -2- - Frxedman, Evelyn ------ A " ' ' Friedman, Mar1l':'n BH ' ' "' ' Friedman, Ruth F.. ..,. .. .- -- Friedman, ....,. .,....... Friedman, .. ............... - Friedrirh, Lois M.. .. 277 306 Friedrick, Margaret A.. . .-12, 356 Friese, N. .. ,...,. ,, ...... Frnsch, M. B XV. ..,. Fulton, C. D ........ Gordon, 119 Gmmzda Frisxm. Rose M .... Frituhuy, Vera ..... Frocliclx, XV. E .... . Froning, E. C ...- Froom, J. . .- Frosh, Bcrnlce .. . Frost, R. ...- - Q Fry, H, ,..... . Fryman, J. D.. . .- Frymxrc, J. -- -5 -- Fuchmo, XV. IM- A - Fuchs, P. .... - -- Fuller, L. R. ..-.- v Fuller, Mary H. ...- - Fullerton, NNY l--- - ' ' Fullerton, T. C.. . . . - Funk, Loraine XV. ... Fuson, R. C..1-A -- Fyallm, .,..... - Gacbc, Eleonore E .... ...76 Gggan, joan E.. ..,.... Gggan, Patricia .... . Gage, Rosemary, E..- Gahlbeck, Nw-C L- -- 6311, W. A. ....... . Gailas. W- ,l-- - - '- Gaines, J. A- --.- ...-13 Ggrncs, Jeanne M ...... 3.- Galncs, J. XV. .... 135. A-Z6 Galavan. T- ---- "" ' Galbreath. Dorothb' .l-- - - Gale, Ruth M.. ........ Galeener, Oleeta B.. . .- - Galhousc, B. L. . .102, i fi Gallaghff, D- EH ' -' "' G.ll her, Frames L. olrriiay, cz. E--4103 Gallowly. R' E- -'4-" 405 Gratkms, L. V. .........,. 107 43 400 373 4 1 193 Galston. A- xv- -"' ' Galvm, R. J ..... Gamble, D. .-.- - Gamble, XV. Gamm, S. R ..... Gamma Harare .... Grmmm Ph: Bela .... Gander, R. J ........ Ganson, Dons M. .... . Ganrz, Aline Ganz, V. .......... . Garbe, L. B. ..... 114 ' 'i 11 114 115 Garber, J. D .......... . Garcna-Colin, Papita R- ard Eleanor L G , .. .,.. .. Gardrner, Geraldine H., E.. .43 Gardner, B. ....- . .---- Gardner, Judlth , ... Garfein, Jean .... 438 250 .58 785 -1113 .Bby 516 150, 162 158 .43 149 . we -HB 150 364 135 555 350 336 '1 11.5 1.15 113 lab 385 1.13 121 '13 376 zso 551 243 117 374 125 407 404 406 329 1-li 406 387 320 404 592 110 -1117 233 -122 372 -106 140 116 172 356 -102 122 117 150 -113 503 300 139 260 1-15 334 405 416 119 124 351 396 401 396 135 251 419 366 333 1-12 535 393 3-1-11 116 122 399 110 345 1117 120 354 3-17 -105 376 -126 178 196 230 328 403 365 -12-I 564 356 419 -101 372 137 151 66 414 405 410 392 399 372 118 407 401 118 407 150 404 249 116 115 397 363 328 -118 394 117 125 151 426 420 366 334 414 401 Garlinklc, F. .. Gdrgn-yli ........ Garland, D. . ,.... ........ . Garner. Betty L ........ Garnitz, Howard 241 Garnitz, Lucille B. ....,.. . Garrard. Margaret R. ..... . Garrard, S. D. ........... . Garren, Dorothy F. .... . Garren, Thelma L ...... Garrett, XV. A ......,.. . Garrigan, Ann ........ Garrison, H. ... . Garrison, Madeleine . Garsrang, Honor F.. .. Garvcr, XV. K. ...... . Garvey, Margaret .... Garvin, H, XV. .... 114, Garvin, J. S. ......... . Gaspich, R, J. ........ . Gassmann, Elizabeth A.. Gasul, B. M. ......... . Gates, J. T. ....... .. .. Gates, Mary A. ..... . .76 . 76 :Eli 115 113 Gnumcr, Juanita NI.. . . . .. Gay, Patricia H. .... 43, Gaydos, A. B ..... . ., Gaziano, Angelina .... Gehhart, Florence P.. . Gee. Ruth H ..... .... Gehring, Betty A.. . .. 150 Gexsscndoerlcr, Mary E.. . .. Gel..zz, Patricia S.. . .. Gelbard, Diane L ..... Genis. .l. F ........ . Gentle, Colleen C.. . .. Gentle, Patricia J.. . . . George, T. XV .... .. Gerber, A. B ....... Gerber, Ann E.. . .. Gerber, M. J. ....... . Gerdes, Anona M.. . .. Gerdin Q ,,, P. A .... Gerometta, A. L.. Gerry. F.J ........ Gerwing, R. XV.. . Gest, Adelaide J.. German, Shirley A.. . , Gettleman, Gloria Getty, Margaret A.. .. Geuder, G, A., Jr.... Gher, Virginia L.. .13-1. Giuchc Glands tro, J. J... i, C. A .... Gibbons, J. R .... 1-1. XV ..... Gibbs, Gxbson, L. Hia. 162 144, 264 Gibson, Mary L. .... .. Gibson, Opal R. ..... Gnbsnn, R. XV ..... ....... Gxcbclhauscn, G. XV ..... Gieker, Clara J.. ..... Giescckc, G. E ..... ........ Glezcntanner, Marguerite . . . Gilfhorn, XV. J. ......... . Grlbert, A. E. ......... . Gilbert, R. ,... .... Gilbert, XV. M. .... . Gilbertsen, Doris M ..... Gilbreath, Barbara V... 154' Gilchrist, Geraldine J... Grles, Betty L. ..,...... .156 391 Giles, J. H ........ .... Giles, L. XV., Jr..... .. Giles, Margaret M..76, Gllfurd, R. l. ....... . Gull, T. XV. .......... . Gillcr, Margaret ..... Gillespie, G. A .... 158, Gillespie, R. H. .... .. Gillick, Dorice V.. . . . Cullum, K. F ...... Gxlmore, R. L. ....... . Gilmore, Sylvia C ..... Glnos, Evangeline S... Grnsburg, Aileen L.. .. Gxosh, J. D ........... . Grrhard, M. Nancy ..... Gittleman, Gladys Gladding, D. K ...... Gladfelter, Betty J.. .. Gladson, Maxine M... Glasgow, Betty R.. . .. Glass, Elaine ....... Glasscock, D. L.. . .66, Glassgen, A. ...... ... Glassgcn, A. L. ....... . Glasgow, Betty R. ..... . Glassman, Jeanne L ..... Glatt, E. E. ........ . Glatt, M. M .... .... . . Gleason, R. F .... Glenn, Glenn, Glenn, Glenn, Glenn, Glenn C. G. ......... . Helen C.,.. Helen Jacqueline Kathleen M. Sidney E.. Glick,' Gayle G . 1-75 114 iii ' 1-14 A1513 114 235 394 E46 424 38s S483 Hao 120 115 1-59 has 256 4144 zso isa 'roy 4165 287. 250, 370. 130, E65 274 'Eb '112 -13.1 111.1 H53 1.5.1 419 'ha 51.13 115 271 417 158 193 350 .66 -1-13 5.53 255 117 151 123 420 343 402 403 125 38s 425 418 107 418 116 402 387 374 -118 125 129 110 360 122 190 00 304 237 411 394 287 372 357 364 402 375 200 367 367 151 122 357 3-17 418 421 332 121 2185 565 277 -114 359 -118 407 272 364 404 119 418 58 143 385 500 2416 107 395 34-1 143 -117 338 351 Z3 360 362 576 391 531 417 -124 410 423 57-1 344 40-1 371 150 143 376 575 121 392 359 179 418 1 407 400 359 415 550 404 119 395 363 375 371 143 393 Glidden, Mary A. ...... 13 Glidewell, XV. A.. . . . Glubis, Eleanor .... B. Gnippe, E. ........ .... . Goble, G. XV. ............. , Gochanour, Mary E.. 250, Godoy, I. . ............. . , . Goebbel, G. XV . . . .. . . Goedde, Lee ...... . . Goethe, Norma M.. . . .. Goetz, Dorothy .... Go lia, Mario J .... Gofd. R. .......... . Goldberg, A. ...... . Goldberg, Barbara J. ...... . Goldberg, B. I. ........... . Goldberg, Dorothy S. ...... . Goldberg, Edna E.. .8l, 234, Goldberg, 1. ............. . Goldberg, J. B.. .. .... .66, Goldberg, L. ..... ...... . Goldberg, M. A ..... . .... . Goldberg, Marjorie . .. Goldberg, R. ............. . Goldberg, Roslyn M ..... .... Goldberg, Ruth D ..... ..... Goldenberg, C. ........ 114 Golder, Marjorie 1... ...... Goldman, B. ....... ... Goldman, L. ....... . Goldman, M. ....... . Goldman, Muriel J. .. Goldman. S. M. ...... . Goldmann, Ursula B. .... , Goldsmith, Gail L.. . .. Goldstein, A. ...... . Goldstein, Goldstein, G. .... . Goldstein, Jody A. R.... Goldsteln, R. ....... ... Goldstelrx, S. ...... . .. . Golubski, H. XV. J .... Golum, A. .......... . .. Gonzalez, M. ...... . Good, F. C. ........ . Gandlzye Again ........... Goode, Dolores R. ....... . Goodell, XV. F., Jr.,....66 147,l51,l.78,1B0,255,275 , a Goodlriend, ........... . Goodman, Dila T ........... Goodman, J. E.. ..114, 115, Goodman, J. F ..... ....... Goodman, Marcella B ..... Goodrum, XV. R ..... ....... Goodwrn, E., Jr. ........ . Goodwrn, P. J .... ..... 1 14 Goodwrne, Gorfhoff, B. A. . .... . Gordley Gorday, Gordon, Gordon, Gordon, , Carmen A.... Rose I. ..... . A. .... . 1-LA .... J. Gordon, Julla ....... Mary M.... . Gore, S. ........... . Gore, S. A. ........ . Helen M... Gorman, Goshgarian, R. A .... Gotfryd, P. J .... .... Gothwarte, Joyce .... Gottfried, Helaine Gottman, G. D.. . . . . Gottschalk, R. H.. .. Gougler, F. A. ...... . Gould, Naomi L.. . . . Goulet, Elizabeth D... 114 1 Martha ......... 3. 1 158, , Goulet, L. J. ....... 43, 266 Govostis, M. C ...... ....... Gowen, G. H. ........... . Gower, XV. ........... . Grabill, Marian M. ........ . GI'zIr1'l1c1IB Srboal, The ..... Grady, E. D. ........ 114 Graf, XV. S.. ........ .... . Grarl, C. XV ..... ....... 6 6 Graham, H. Judith ..... , Q Graham, J. R. .... 284, 285, Graham Lodge ............ Graham, Peggy A ...... 134, Graham, R. ....... .... . Club ....... Grant, Frances L... . . Grant, Mary J... .. Grater, W. C ..... . . . . . Graves, Florence M,. .. .43 Graves, Mary P. ............ Gravit, Julia E. .... .. Gray, E. . ....... .. Gray, H. M. ..... .. . Gray, Helen T ........ Gray, Nancy J. .......... . Graybill, Anne Grayhack, Marilyn C. ..... . Grcanias, E. C. .... 66, 147 Greaves, R. J. ......... . Grebetz, Rosaline .... Greco, J. ........ . 260 162 253 253 x -ss 336 114 145 31-15 :so 145 255 356 178 155 526 120 .31 .43 'rbi us .45 -1313 43 115 1s4 107 270 107 285 115 345 256 243 374 .74 271 414 .96 236 151 180 566 112 400 350 114 370 334 408 268 364 359 151 339 122 359 943 396 402 117 421 115 -110 13-1 545 390 401 112 559 343 122 112 373 -105 399 396 117 -109 410 420 122 423 411 121 180 5-14 269 400 143 532 102 359 125 208 359 125 118 120 393 343 399 107 121 226 351 -101 150 191 404 364 118 187 362 134 417 120 226 575 364 34-1 116 123 286 394 96 121 342 417 360 409 397 259 419 332 410 363 124 119 121 363 423 389 119 148 382 386 237 576 178 -111 119 286 125 Greco, L. R. ..... .. .......... 116 Greeley, P. XV. ................. 119 Green, Bernice F.. ...... -13. 231, 399 Green, D. ........ .... 4 06, 414, 417 Green, Hon. Dwight H. ......... 20 Green, H. .................... 196 Green, Helen M. ........... 253, 358 Green, H. H. .... ........ 4 06 Green, J. E. .... ....... 2 85 Green, J. G ..... . ...114, 115 Green, M. D ..... .. ..... 339 Green, P. M. ........ .... 3 42 Green, Roberta L ..... 401 Green, Ruth ........ .... 2 86 Greenberg, A. S. ...... . .. 350 Greenberg, I. , ......... ........ 1 22 Greenberg, Lucille R .... ..... 9 0, 427 Greenberg, R. A....66, 146, 147, 151 , 255, 421 Grecnheld, R. E., Jr .... 114, 115, 120 Greening, G. K. ............ 107 120 Greenspan, L. ........ ..... 4 07 Greenstein, B. .......... ..... 1 17 Greenwald, Arlene R ..... ....... 3 75 Greenwald, B. M. ........ ..11-1 115 Greenwald, L. A. ........... 114 115 Greenwood, D. A..158, 162, 165 338 Greer, Emily L. .............. S1 384 Gregory, T. R. ................ . 123 Gretencord, Delores M. .... .... 3 98 Grider, S. .............. .... 1 62 Grider, Virginia L ..... .... 3 95 Grlemc, D. L ..... . ..,.. 327 Grlerson, R. . . ...... . . .158 353 Grresbaum, Delores ......... 81 401 Griffin. D. D. .................. 158 Grit11n,J.J. ........... 114, 115 116 Griliith, Annabel .... . . ...... -13 369 Gritiith, C. R .......... ..... 2 5 353 Griffith, J. D ..... ............. 3 52 Gridith, Lora M.. .144, 235, 277 388 Grirfrth, T. L. .............. 405 423 Grifliths, P. J. ................. 404 Grifmef, H. D. ..... 32, 58, 258 556 Grigsby, Helen Ivf. ............ 20, 21 Grindley, H. S. ................ 387 Grisak, F. ......... . . .346 404 Grissom, Freda B. .... ....... 4 03 Groder, Ann ....... ....... 2 16 Groenke, C. B ......... ...11-1 115 Groenke, C. T. ,......... ..... 1 19 Gronberg, Frances R, .... .... -l 00 Grossman, D. A. ........... .. .. 22 Grossman, R. M. .............. 350 Grove, XV. J .... ........... 1 07 119 Grover, Anne I.. ....... 215, 216 369 Groves, Jayne A ........ 253 271 382 Gruba, Martha E ..... ....... 2 89 394 Grubb, Barbara J ...,...... .... 3 71 Gmblz. G. R. and Co111par1y ...... 433 Gruenfelcl, J. J. .......... .... . . 158 Grumbley, XV. 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J. ....... .... .... 4 0 7 Hart, R. .................. 120 126 Harte. M. Eileen ........... 360 414 Hartley. M. C ....... H145 151 422 Hartley, T. C. ..... 66, 146 147 255 326 338 421 Hartman, C. G. ........... ,... 36 Hartman. F. XV .... . .. .... 327 Hartrick, J. E ....... .... 6 6 Hartshorn, R. XV. .... ...153 330 Hartzell, J. XV. ..... .... 3 36 Harvey, Barbara E. ..... M250 371 Harvey, Elizabeth M .... .... 4 4 Harvey, Margaret J. ....... 363 Harwell, D. XV. ................ 287 Hasely, Elizabeth A ..... . .. .... 364 Hasemeyer, Carol I. .... 144 392 414 Haskell, G. P. .... ............. 1 43 Hasse, G. XV. ......,.....,.... 119 Hasse, Leatrice W.. .. . . .-14 387 Hatch, C. E.. ....... 118 Hatch, Mrs. D.. .. ..... 287 Hatchard, XV. R. .... .. 149, 328 Hatcher, Grace C .... .... - 397, 420 Hatcher, Margaret J ....,.,.. 376 427 Hatcher, Mary A. ............ 81 420 Hatfield, M. R. ........ 44 147 328 404 420 Hathaway, R. J. .............,. 44 Hattenburg, Frances A.. .90 356 365 Hattendorf, Renelva A .... .59 392 414 423 Hattnehauer, R. V. .... ...... 4 07 Hauser, W. R.. ..... ....... 2 85 Hausladen, R. H ............... 40-1 Hauter, D. A. ..... ...288 405 423 Havens, C. S. .... ........ 2 4 440 Hawkins, Mary K. ...... .. Hawthorne, Helen M ..... .. . Hay, R. C. .......... . Haycock, Harriet E ..... Hayes. Betty P ..... . Hayes, Dorcas A ..... .... Hayes, E. I.. ..... . .. HayeS. .. Hayes. J. D ..... . .. ... Hayes, jean M ..... ..... Hayes, Mary L .... . H285 Hayes, XV. P ..... . . Haygood, R. C ..... . Hayward, H. N ....... . .. Hayworth, Ruth ........... Hazelett, J. ...... 158, 162 Hazen, Marian L. ..... . Hazleton, H. A ........ Hallett, Olive C. ..... . Head, Annabelle . . . . .. Hmllb Surrlrr ..........,.. Healy, Frances ..30, 35, -14 215, 224, 556, 369 Healy, Fred A. ............. Healy, J. H. ...... Heaneyn N. S ...... .. Heap, XX". O. .......... .. Heath, Gwyneth H. ........ . Hsarrn Can llnair ......... . Heck, Betty J ..... ......... Heck. C. V. ........... 107 Hetkel, N. J ..... ....... . .. Hecteman, M. Carlene ...... Hedges, D. .......... .... . Hedges, Edith M .... .. .215 Hedges, Elaine G. ......... . Hedges, Virginia ..R9, 159, Hediger, E. L.. ......... .. Hedrick, Betty J. .... . Hedrick, Carol ..,.... . Hatter, Dorothy E ..... Hegeler. E. C. ...... .. Heidler, Louise .. Heifetz, M. ....... .. Heil, Patricia L. .... Helbling, 1. L. .... .... Hellemn. D. E. .... .. Heller. Cara M.. .. .... Heller, L. ...... Hellwig, G. C.. . . Helm, M. S. ...... . Helmreich, R. F ..... Helms, B. J. ...... .. Helton. F. F. ....... .. Hemstreet, T. ........... . Hendel, Catharine J. .... ... Hendel, Dorothy A. ..... 4-1 Henderson, Elizabeth T.... Henderson, Harriet E.. ..-14 Henderson. J, A. .... .... . Henderson, J. M. ......... . Hendricks, A. R. ...... 114 Hendricks, . . F.. .... l d Henley, XY an a .... ..... Henline. P. W. .... ..... .... 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D. ..... . , Dolores H. , Dorothy B. , Dorothy L. . Florence J. . G. H. .... . , Gloria , Helen S... .H. P .,.. .. , Jean EU.. . ... .. . .2 Johnson, Jean F.. ...... .. Johnson, H.. .. Johnson, K. V.. . .... Johnson, L. F.. .. .. Johnson, L. P ..,. ..... Johnson, L. T.. Johnson, M. A.. . ,. Johnson. Margaret . Johnson, Martin E.. Johnson, Morris E.. Johnson, P. C ..,... Johnson, Phyllis A. ...... . Johnson, Phyllis M... 54 -H2 .330 554 250 1-10 241 295 '.67 .sz E85 '115 113 us '.67 397 326 119 197 195 422 119 381 116 116 119 38-1 363 122 238 387 399 151 400 370 405 184 206 37 1-is 392 143 254 415 328 142 410 351 401- 362 565 117 420 -107 418 3-10 330 396 343 121 406 382 332 162 343 147 388 418 123 328 -116 368 424 -110 407 213 374 407 386 420 -121 -504 21 406 -124 147 121 287 381 401 410 327 1-13 404 119 415 384 284 398 -104 358 162 3112 150 358 307 326 -120 305 336 8. 560 404 1111 -lt'-l 1-0 342 59 J w 113 -120 -15 328 365 -120 Johnson, R. C. ..... 45, 147, 285, 332 Johnson, R. H .... .......... Johnson, S. ....,......... . Johnson, Shirlee E. .... .. . Johnson, Suzanne L. .... . Johnson, Virginia C.. . . . Johnson, Virginia E .... . Johnson, XV. E.. . . .. .. Johnson, XV. G, ...,... .. . Johnston, Barbara K .... .. . Johnston, Donna C.. .. Johnston, G. E ....... Johnston, H.P .... . Johnston, J. G .... . Johnston, June L .... Johnston, Ruth G, ..... Johnston, S. ..,..,... . Johnston, XVilma I... .. . Johnst o Jokich, ne, I-l. F ...... Jones, Barbara N. .... Jones, Beatrice M,, . .. Jones, Beverly M .,.. Jones, E. L.. .. .. Jones, F. M, .... Jones, Frances ..... Jones, G. ...,..,,,. . Jones, Gertrude E ..... Jones, J. M. ...... . Jones, J. P., Jr ...... Jones. Katharine L., .. Jones, L. D. ...... . Jones, L. L ........ . Jones, L. XV., Jr. .... . Jones, M. T ...... Jones, Nancy G.. .. Jones, N. B .... .. Jones, Jones, R. C ...... . R. E.. ..,.., .. Jones, Rosemary P .... Jones, Ruth A. .... . Jones, XV. E. .... . -l0nCS, XY'il1ard ,, Jones, XV. L. ..., . . Joop, L. XV. ...... ., Jordan, H. H. .... .. Jordan, Jordan, Jane G ,... 213 M. P .... ...... 1x.R, .... Jordan, Mary A ..... Jorgensen, A. ...... . Jnrn, A. T. .....,... . Joslyn, Alice E .,....... julurnzlinrz, School uf. Jubelt, H. P .... ....,.. Judd, Dorothy J. ..... . Judson, Doris A. .... . Judson, H. K. .... 158 Julier, Rita ...,..... jnniur Pram ........, Jutton, Emma R. ..., . K Kacalieff, C. D. ..... . Kachelc, G. E. ..,. .. Kadcsky, Gloria J.. ... Kagan, Ruthc B.. .. Kagy, Kathryn A ...,... Kahl, F, L .... . .... 67 Kahl, L. . . .,...... , . Kahlert, Mercedes G.. .. Kahn, Kahn, D. .......... . Doreen M.. . .. Kahn, 151. ......... . Kahn, Natalie A.. .. . Kahn, R. P. ,..,.. . Kahne, M. ....., Kaiser, P. B.. ... Kaiser, XV. E.. .... ... Kallal, R.J ...,.. Kallemhach, Shirleen Kallio, Dorothy M.. .. Kamarit, E, J ,... . ,. Kamencar, H. .. Kamerlc, 1-1. ... . Kammerling, E. .. Kamp, F. ..... . P. 385 iid' 218 357 .c-7, 158 ,ol 240 212 172 255 114 143 353 1-ll 102 Kampf, A. ..... .. Kane, D. V. ....,.,,..,,.. . Kane, E. T., Jr. ......,,... . Kane, J. F .... .... 1 58, 1112 Kane, Rhoda R. ........... . Kane, Rosaline R. ....... . Kaplan, Barbara A ..... Kaplan, Dorothy S. ....... . Kaplan, E. ........,.,..,. . Kaplan, Joyce . ..,..,.,. 45 Kaplan, O. M ..... ..... Kaplan, ,... ....,.. .... . Kaplan, b, M. ......... 114 Knpprz .-ilpha Thur.: ......... Kappa Della ....... .... Kappa Delia P1 ...... Kappa Kappa Ginnmiz .... Kappa Sigma .....,... a 255 284 408 420 190 338 428 287 370 399 397 365 142 143 .45 390 363 285 . .. 328 411 418 424 385 418 118 338 361 328 34-1 .59 414 254 277 363 419 .... 364 357 427 410 416 393 .... 123 .... 405 332 150 344 -103 191 -106 411 417 421 411 374 . .. 404, -106 149 328 .45 306 382 404 -121 288 -106 163 166 143 145 147 349 241 277 357 425 250. 411 -50 374 147 22-1 403 250 36-1 . .. 89 107 116 250 364 . .. 358 174 3-14 .... 397 259 .... 372 246 2-17 -110 -121 115 123 .... 401 402 231 285 286 385 146 147 -105 421 .... 123 376 420 145 ... . 401 -113 .... 390 .... 135 .. . . 122 .... 406 .... 320 147, 408 39: -114 253 11-1 115 .... 122 123 107 122 231 331 414 416 -1011 103, -107 145 1-15 180 375 3911 122 251 390 114 115 122 115 117 309 370 -122 371 . 197 Kappa Tau Alpha .... Kaptur, R. E. ..... . Karakas, T. J. .... . Karandja, A. D ..,... Karber, Fredrica J .... Karcher, XV. C. ..,....... . Karchmer, Charlotte . Karlos, T. L ........ ....... Karpin, Bernice B. .... . Karr, Betty R. ...., . Karraker, O. M.. .. . Karraker, R. ..... . Kartinos. N. J ........ Karwacki, Florence Kary, C. C ........ . . . Kasap, M. .,..... . Kasch, Fred W.. .87 Kase, Lois M ....,,.... .... Kasik, H. J ...,.,....... . . . Kasner, H. E ............... Katsinas, C. J ...,. 136, 259 272 Katz, I. . ..,..... Kauffman, H. F. ....,. . Kauffman, Lorraine Kaufman, H. ....... . Kaufman, Marian .... Kaufman, XV. H.. .. Kaufmann, O. ...... . Kaufmann, R. J ..... ... Kautz, Virginia L.. ... Kawin, Ellen .,,...... Kayayan, B. .,.. . KaynC'. Edna .. Kazar, J. E.. Kazdal, M. N .... Kearney, H. P ......... Kearns, C. XV.. .. Kearns, J. D.. . .. Kearns, J. J .... .... iii 1 14 ii-1 158 Keck, Margie L. .......... . Kee, S, .............. . Keefer, Lois L. ........ . Keefrey, Elizabeth R.. Ixeeley, C. T. ........ Keene, R. XV. ...... . Keener, C. A.. Keeney. Grace E .... Keeshin, C. ...... . Kceton, R. XV. ...... . Kehlenbach, Lois M... Kehoe. Jeanne E.. . .. Keilholz, Jane L ,... . isifif 121 371 2133 'bb us 153 264 273 556 '115 377 555 H62 55.2 535 153 535 .-li 150 Keith, G. S .... ..,.........,,. Keizer, C. R .......... ....,. 1 45 Kelahan, Dorothy J. ...... ,.1-14 Kelber, XV. F. ...... 67 -105, 410 Keller, A. L., Jr .... ........... Keller, Florence M. ........ , .. Keller, M. L, ...... Keller, Wfanda C.. .. ... .82 Kelley, Betty J.. ,.. .,. Kelley, B. XV .... ... . ... Kelley, Cornelia P. .,....,.... . Kelley, D. XV. .,............. . Kelley, Dorothy F., .... 236, 237 Kelley, Dorothy J.. ......... 253 Kelley, R. E. ....,.. ....... . Kelley, R. L ...... .. .178 Kelley, V. XV.... Kellner,A.P..... Kellogg, S. .... ..... . Kelly, B. XV ...,.. .. ...405 Kelly, Dorothy C ,... .. .212 357 Kelly, F, B. ..,.. ... . Kelly, Jcan M. ..,.. ... Kelly, L. ........... ... Kelsh, Marjorie D.. .. .... .... Kemmerer, D. L ...... ..... . ... Kemp, Virginia A. .......... 250 Kendall, Mary V. ,... . .136, 259 Keneipp, V. Maxine ...,....... Kenitz, Jeanne K. .....,,.. . . .. Kennedy, Dorothy B.. 250, 260 Kennedy, J. XV. ,.,.... ...... . . Kennedy, Mary K .... . .... .. . Kenney, H. E. ..... .. . Kent, Mary E. ..... . ......... 90 Kent, P. ...........,........ . Keplmrt, Rosella M. ..... 93 240 243 Kepler, Lucy V .... ....,.....,. Kerchenlaut, Lois C... .. . . .. Kerlman, H. D. ..... ,... 4 5 Keriro, N. N. ...... ,. .285 Kerlin, D. L. .... Kern, S, B ..,... . .. Kernis, L, ...... .......... . Kernz, Vida M. ....,......, 403 Kerr. Irma E. ,.... 274, 287 362 Kerr, K. ................. 135 Kerr, XV. L. .......,.....,... . Kerrcs, Esther L.. .250, 287 289 Kersch, Mary M. .........,.. . Kersey, R. A .............. Kerst, D. XV .... .............. Kesel, R. G ...... ............. Kesler, Jo Ann .... 138, 253 260 Kessie, Muriel J. ....... 77 359 Kessler, Doris M. .........,.. . Kessler, XV. ...... . 150 407 135 230 418 142 359 353 402 360 21 118 411 381 405 158 113 396 410 407 265 416 122 328 401 122 231 348 286 119 360 359 334 401 406 35-1 166 149 410 119 368 158 418 361 406 416 1-17 398 410 116 392 368 357 336 150 302 421 415 82 -105 289 3613 349 364 410 374 39-1 330 143 339 125 417 253 410 116 403 162 39-1 156 371 369 385 45 37-1 149 386 337 388 156 2-11 5713 1-13 398 420 286 -108 353 107 414 425 158 410 376 399 404 143 118 374 -124 387 122 Ketchum, Ann M.. .. . Ketchum, Ketring, Keyer, C. ..... . Keyes, D. Kharasch, J. ....... . P. W .... E. G.... B .... .... Kiely, J. P ........... Kientzle, Frances M.. . Kientzle, Loretta A... Keintzle, Mary J.. .. . Kiesgen, D. J .... .... Kikendall, R. E., Jr.. . Kile, O, .... ........ Kilgore, J. R .... ..... .. .1-19, Kil IP. D. E. .............. . Kilsber , Marion L... Kimbari, Jacqueline E.. Kimbrell, Ellen C.. . . . Kimbrough, M. L.. .. Kinch, Beatrice M.. . . Kindred, Betsy ...... Kindred, Laura E.. .. Kindt, Vera E.. . . . King, E, E ..... .,.. King, Florence M ..... King, H. ........ . King, Lou A ..... King, R. E ......... King, Sarah L.. King, S. S ......... Kingsbery, H. C. .... . Kinley, D. .,.....,.. . Kinsman, Gladys M... Kipnis, H. S. ....... . Kipp, K. Madge Kirby, Emily S. .... . . Kirby, Jean E. .... 138 Klrchlloif, C. A. .... . Kirk, Mariorie . ....., . Kirk, Mary A. ........ . Kirk, Mary M .... .... Kirk, Patricia L. .... . Kirk, XV., Jr. ..... 158 Kirkendall, R. E, .... . Kirmse, Lorraine E.. .. Kirschbaum, Ursula E. Kirst, XV. J. ........ . Kiser, Betty J .... .... Kisner, Mary D .... .. Kitchell, Velma I. .,.. . Klaren, E. V .... ,.... Klassing, Dale A.. .. Klavan, B. ....... . Kleifeld. L. J .... .. Kleilielcl, J. ..... .. Kleilield, R. A.. Klein, Elaine B.. Klein, Jean B., .. Klein, J. G.. ,...,. . Klein, Marjorie R.. ... Mary A.. .. . Klein, Klemptner, E. . .. Klie, R. E. ........ . Klimbolf, M. . ..,. . .. Kline, Dorothy J.. . .. Klingelholfer, C. L.. , . Klin elhotfer XV. L g , .. .. Kliszcewski, H. J.. . .. Kliwczewski, H. ,... . Klopot, Nancy J .... Klopseh, XV, J., ..,.... Klucikowski, N. A.. . . . Kmetko, Mildred A... Knarik. Christy M. .... . 266, 268. 270, Knaphurst, Dorothy . . , Kneisley, J. XV. ..... . Knepper, T. S ..... . . . Knetsch, K. ..,..... . 228 250 25-1 383 " H1145 .77 260 . 287 .67 11-l .46 272, 122 1111 14s .77 254 418 277 'zlib 420 '174 289 363 E33 Ska Skim 'ls '. kb 332 115 107 207 274 253 Knight, A. R ...... 147, '1i56,' 2-13 546 265, 3-15, Knight, R. T.. ............. 253 Knipp. C. T .... ....,......... Knodell, D. ....... ,....... 1 45 Knoepielmacher, Augusta ...... Knules, J. L ................ 371 Knopf, Dorothy C. ..... Knowlton, Joy ...... Koch, H. XV .... Kodosh, M. M.. . . . Koeck, M. 4 .....,.. Koehler, Koehler, Koehler, K. R ...... .. Koenig, Koepke, Koerber, Koesterer, Koflier. Koffman, Kohl, D. L. ........ . R.1. .... . R.A..... Kohlhautf, Ruth H ..... Kohtz, Constance M.. Kolinger, XV. A. .... . Kollar, E. J. ........ . Kollman, Nancy J. .... . Carol A ...... . Naomi J.. .... Carol XV .... ... Bernice ...... Marian H.. . . Alice G.... 134 Lili' ' 250 ' 1.121 114 138 368 235 418 250 277 253 573 144, 220, 277. 316, 153 374 45 143 123 267 328 410 405 398 381 1.51 404 405 408 406 423 397 370 376 345 366 253 287 418 414 147 424 143 250 119 369 410 115 416 422 339 230 394 424 357 119 420 425 289 253 351 352 418 398 544 362 399 425 121 415 117 348 421 339 375 144 420 359 397 122 334 404 359 405 338 404 529 375 119 121 400 264 363 369 151 288 17' 247 3-49 337 147 353 401 -114 371 376 143 115 115 144 419 393 424 410 357 585 404 423 401 399 410 419 365 337 119 215 419 KEEP In Touch With the Campus Alter Graduation Subscribeto THE DAILY ll.l.lNl Send Your Campus Newspaper to Your Friends in the Service T H E PORTRAITS I I' I' I 0 BllETCHER "Worlcl's Greatest Garland B. 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Kramer, Mildred E.. .. . . Kramp, E. H. .,,... . Krasne, Charlotte M.. ...... . Krasnow, S, ...... ... .... Krasuwsky, N. ... .. Kratz, A. P.. . .. Kratz, S. C .... .. Kuuser, XV. J .... , liravite, H. ....... . lxrebs, Anne C, ............ . Kreft, XV. NV ............ ,. . Krepca, F. J. ....... . Krelci, E. ...... . Krell, Dorothy M.. .. Kresse, C, E. ...... . Krctuhmer, H. L. Kretzman, Ruby Kridcr, L. ....... . Krxc- uer Rosemary LH .. . .. li . Krlgel, E. BI. ....., . Krxshen. G. , ....., . Kroger. 1. C. .,.. .. Kmtnak, R. j .... ........... Kruger, P. G. ............. . Kruglick, Rae L,...46, 264, Krulc-witch, B. A.. .. Krull, Ann A. ..... . Krull, Irene M. ..,. . Krumsick, Helen E.,. Krupnik, Adele B.. .. Kruse, D. F. ..... . Kruse, Faith R,.., Kubacki, H. XV.. .. Kublck, P. N.. Kubitz, O. A.. .. Kuby, Polly ...... Kudcrk0. 1311. I ...... Kudrm, Alice G.. . . . Kudzma, A. J.. Kuchl, M, K., .... .. Kuemmel, Virginia . Kuhl. H. L. ....... . Kuhl, 1111 ...... . Kuhn. I. ........ . Kuhn. Verna M.. . .. Kuhn, XV. ........ . Kuizin, Ursula B .... lxukral. A. ,l.. .... 114, 115, Kulbarsh, H. ...... . Kulwin, M. ....... . Kunka, H. P .... . ........ .. Kumwskx, T. R .... . Kurr, Ruby H.. . . . Kurt, Bcrmce A.. .. Kurtz, L. T .... . Kusrorf Betty R .... Kutsums, H. T .... Kutz, S. E. ........ . Kuyper, Betty G.. .. Kvalc, S. Karen ..... Kwatnez, A, L.. .. Kwiatek, j. . Kwicinski, XV. . Kyle, R. A. .... . . . . L M,... .. A355 385 385 X18 260 250 -12.5 264 374 142 143 146 408 .-16 253 122 108 363 116 118 A. 77 143 .67 .63 265 274 5741 ROB 123 150 -111 393 ,46 555 .77 Lace, jane A... ...... .. .253 Ladd, Elizabeth AH. Ladd, R, I., ........ . 1.aForgc, Eleanor M. .... 230, 286 Laibly, R. B. ...... . Laing, A. K. ...... , Lamg, Mrs. A. K.. .. Lamnen, H. A.. .. Lake. Mary C.. . . . 1.a1.1bcrtc, Mary .... -1-H 389 3' 33 ...151, 332 zso, 390 123 370 -101 101 1-17 -118 418 418 -110 107 -110 41-1 382 124 337 -110 102 126 265 501 360 4011 333 151 1-17 1-17 421 162 -103 411 266 387 118 37'-Q 126 gs: 327 116 405 122 4 17 1-5 387 110 351 364 -104 1141 400 145 418 350 112 151 -117 143 271 402 350 1 1 393 388 592 -102 326 560 118 405 286 410 67 425 121 405 384 404 120 334 46 286 427 125 -16 122 423 -120 -HR 400 I-15 402 110 405 568 253 343 46 125 407 360 365 116 287 -125 -16 334 237 1-19 385 360 Lamb, Bermece R. ...... .. . . Lamb, J. D ........ .55 . 59. L.1mb, L. ................. . Lamb, Suzanne L. .... . Lvnbda Chi Alpha .... hzrnbdrz Kappa Sigma.. Lambdin, Helen O.. .. . Lambert, C. N. ....... . Lambert, G. F ......... Lambert, Mary A. .... . Lambrccht, P. B. ..... . Lnmm. K. L. .... . Lammering, D. R, .... . Lampert, A. J. ...... , Lanan, Martha G.. . . .. Lancaster. J. H., Jr .... Landau, Carol F. .... . Landau, R. H. .... . Landes, R. ...... . Landis, Patricia .. Landis, P. N. .... . Landon, H. T ..... Landrcth, R. ,.... .. Lune, Barbara M.. . .. Lane, R. , ....... . Lanferman, P. E ..... Lang. A, L. ..... . Lang, Eleanor J. .. Lang, Evelyn D. ..... . Langan, I. G. .... .77 414 108 "iff 595 .144 H68 277 356 'z5b 114 285 .31 .253 Lange-barrel, R. G.. ...... . .. Langenbach, XV. I., Jr, Langdon, XV. M ...... . Lanham, L. P., jr.. .. .. Lining, Marguerite Lannon, Barbara A .... Lansford, XV. M. ..... . 320 151 Lapham. Gladys E.. .... 270, 272 289, 356 I.Apka, XV. F. ..... ...... 1 02 LaPl,1nte, R. J.. ..... ....... . . Lapsley, Janie C .... .... . ..... . Lnraway, R. B,... ..... 32, -16 356 L.1R0sa, R. ................. . Larsen, Doris M .... ........... Luson, B. C. ...... 87, 151, 405 Llrsnn, fx. C ...... ......... 2 29 Lgxrsun, Doris E .... ......... 3 61 Larson. J. D .... . 162, 172 Larson, J, XV .... .............. Larson, Lois M. ........ 82, 561 Larson, R. F. ...... ...... 1 46 Larson, Ruth E.... Lash. A. F ...... .. . ,. Lasky, M. ......... .. .. Lasota, M. J, ......... ,. Lasser, Shirley M, .... L.: Treivm ......... . . Lauder, Harriet C ..... Lauer, Marilyn XV. ........ . Laurence, Phyllis M. ..... , ,. Lavgl, I. M ......... ,..113 Lavin, Priscilla F. ........ . Law, G. C. ............... . Lawhead, Margaret E ..... Lawrence, Madonna R ..... Lawrence, S. . ........ . Lawson, Darleen B .... Lawson, H. F., jr. .... , Lawson, L. XV .... ...... Luvson, Marjorie M.. .. Lawmn. S. E ........ . . . Lay, Marjorie E .... .... Layden, Mary E. ...... . Layne, Marjorie E.. . . . 289: 250. Lazerson, Hnrriet H.. ... Leach, B. E. ......... . Leaf, B. . ............ Leavitt, Dcvem G .... 'HS Leavitt, Harriet J. ...... Leavntt, 5. J., . . ..,. ,. LeBoeuf, Helun M. .... . .68 Ledcrcr, F. L. ......... . Ledoux. A. C ...... .... Ledynrd, XV. XV. ..... . Lee, E.. ....... . .. Lee, 5, .......... .. .. Lee, Virginia A ....... Leech, J. L ........ Leedy, Gladys L .... . .. Lermun Lodge , ........ Lees, Ruby R. ....... . Lefcver, Eleanor A .... Legate, Dorothy J. ..... Lehmann, E. W .... .... 11-1 .77 .85 565 .289 153 Lehmann, Stella J.. ..... . Lehn, Margery L .... Leibcrman, H. .... .. . Leigh, F. D. ...... Leighly, Elisabeth A.. .. Leinbaugh, Margaret L.. I.e1scr, Adrienne I.. .... . Lexstner, C. A. ....... . Leiter, Eleanor R ....... Leiter, O. C ....... 108 '1 kk ,-16, 1 -3l, 114, 243 536. 370. 239 -140 149 .142 115 327 145 42: 414 355 385 .77 143 14-I 37-1 H1111 116 iid 102 -118 416 116 371 337 124 418 121 149 392 125 409 421 410 386 404 359 115 286 371 352 208 68 371 120 68 2 9 400 3-12 285 407 140 68 287 361 411 287 33 36 360 125 40-1 151 258 409 534 250 417 428 400 409 326 389 147 366 122 122 415 402 384 374 395 386 115 563 193 94 424 424 341 277 420 -106 -106 124 119 420 387 508 -102 328 528 300 396 143 405 122 116 116 -116 158 385 42-1 404 423 599 -124 418 358 327 277 -119 367 122 115 125 372 560 391 166 287 150 Leitner, G. F.. .. .... 68 265, 273 27-1, Leman, Mary M ............. , ,. Lembcke, Ruby D. .......... 385, Lembke, Lillian L. ............. . Lemin , Ada M...230, 393 418, Lenargson, J. D ....... ..... 4 04, Landrum, -I. T ......... ........, Lennon, A. T, ....... .... 1 35, Lenny, N. K ........ . ..... . Lenowitz, Arlene I .... .... Lent, Dorothy P .... . Lentin, Barbara B.. .. . .. . Lenz, Evelyn M. .... .46, Leon, G. ........ ....... . Leonaitis, I., L. .... ..... . 46, Leonard, Faith I .... .... 7 7, 383, Leonard, J. N. ................ , Leonard, Maria ......... 26, 27, 144, 374, Leonard, Marion C. ...... ,.... . Leonard, M. H. ........ 108, 114, 122, Leonard, N. ................. . Leonard, Patricia ...... .... Leone, Catherine M. .... ..250, Leone, L. ............ ..,.. . Lepovitz, Helen M. .. .... 367, Leppla, Delores M .... . ....,.. . Leppla, Dorothy A... .. Lerman, M. ........ ..,.. , Lerner, H. ...... . Lescher, F. M.. ,.. Leshin, A. ....... ..... . . . . .151, Lesko, F. L .... , .... .... Leslie, J. D ......,.... Lesser, Charlott M.. . .. Lester, Gladys E. .... ,.... . I.eTourneau, R. L. .... .... 1 -19, lxrlwnlelz .., ..... . . .... . . . . , .. Leutwiler, O. A .... 63, 146, Levey, Levin, Annette L. .... . B.. ............. 147, 172, Levin, Lorraine ... . . . . . . Levin, M. ....... ....... . Levin, Norma J. ..... .... 2 53. Levin, Rosalie H. ..., ..... . Levin, Ruth D. .... . . . . LeVine, L, ..... .... . . LeVine, P. A.. , . ... .339, Levine, R. ....... ..... . Levine, Sarabelle . .. . . . . . , Levinson, D. S .... .... 4 06, Levinson, S. A. ....... ....... . Levis, XV. E. .................. . Levy, B, B. .................. ,. Levy, Doris MH .. .2Z4, 250, 359, Levy, D. S ..... ............. 5 9, Levy, G. ..... ....114, Levy, H. ...... Levy, S. D.. . .. Levy, S. M .... .31, Lewando, R. .. . ., ... Lewis A. K. .... .... 1 14, Lewis B. D .... . .... 3-11, Lewis C. .......... ..... . Lewis Carol ........... .. .2-19, Lewis, Charlotte XV. ........ 241, Lewis, Helen S .... .... .... 1 4 3, Lewis Isabelle A.. .. ... . . . Lewis J. O. ........ ..... . Lewis, Lorabelle ..... .4o, Lewis, Margaret A.. .. .... 250, 285, Lewis, Mary B .... .. .215, 222, Lewis R. ....... ........ . LEWIS, R. G.. ............... ... Lewis, Ruth I... .. ...... 235, 271, Liberal Arif and Sfffflfrjf, Callegs -af ............. I . ..... . . .3-1, Lrbeml Arif and St'lF71l't3.1' Depmj- menl Headi , ............. 36, Lihmrg amz' Libfary Sflmal, Tlw. Llchtcnberger, R. V .... .... . Lichtenstein, B. W. ........ . Lichtman, XV. . . . .. . L1dcn, Lillian M .... . Lieber, F. M. ............. . Lieberman, Gloria S ....... . . Liebling, XV. .......... 145 348, Liebncr, E. ....... ........ . Liederbach, F. ...... .... 2 85, Liedcrman, Meta . .. .. .. Lies, D. M. ...... ..... . Liestner, C. ..... ....... . Lietz, G. S.. ...... .... 1 14. Lifschutz, S. P .... . .... 114, Lifshitz, M. .... . Likens, XV. H .... Limber, A. P.. . .. Limper, A. F.. . . . Lindahl, E. ..... . Lindblade, V. Y ..... ...... Lfnder, S. L .......... ...... Lmdgren, J. M. ....... . 149, Lindsay, D. B .............. Lindsay, Josephine J. ...... . Lindsay, Mildred K.. . . . Lindsley, Jane , ...... . Lindstrom, F. H ..... Link, R. P. ...... . '1'1Q14, 5251 272 340 361 418 398 424 421 531 226 411 375 398 396 398 145 420 418 332 143 420 401 115 143 287 366 395 120 426 243 243 117 122 331 347 119 267 396 286 328 158 417 342 406 373 396 122 375 401 396 145 414 122 396 421 122 438 350 419 414 115 151 414 226 335 115 415 353 595 396 150 77 267 360 277 365 56-1 399 35 37 97 406 122 122 370 339 253 423 126 404 401 125 417 115 115 351 40-1 416 -111 123 115 410 338 151 403 386 360 404 -121 Link, W. A ...... Linsley. Sara E .... Lipe, Kathryn J. ..... . Lipman. Donna A. .... Lipoff, Charlotte F ..... Lippert. Virginia M.. .. Lippincott, D., Jr .... Lippitz, I. ........ . . Lippman. Ruth E. . .. Lipscomb, R. D. ........... . Lipsker, Lorayne B. ...... 47, Lipton, Barbara S... , Lister. F. M. ..... . Lite, T. ....... . Lithgow, XV. C.. ,, Litman, S. ...... . Little, Esther G. .... . Lfttle, Madge L ...... ....... Lmle, Mary ., ...... . .250 Littlemeyer, iflary H. ...... ,. Littler, J. R. 35, 59, 136, 212, Littleton, A. C. ........... . Littman, A. . .......... 114 Livesay, Elizabeth A.. ..... . Livesay, Livesay, Livingsto Llewelly Llewelly Frances P. ..... 143, G.R ........... n,D.XV, ..... n, Lucia B.... n,P. .... ,. ...Z0, Lloyd, L. T .... ..... . Lobraico, Locke, Flora ...... .... 4 7, Lorke Manor ....... Locke, Marcia S.. . . . Lockhart, H. ....... . Patricia A. ........ . Lodge, J. P. ...... 145 Lockie, da ....... ......... R. V.... , 253, Loeb, june R. ....... . Loesch, H. ........ . Loeske, C. A .... ..... Loeseke, C. XV. ............ . Loewen, Elizabeth A. ...... . Lofftus, Irene G, ..... .... Lufftus, Marjorie F.. .. ., .. Lofgren, D. ........ .. Lofgren, E. P. ....... . Lofgrcn, Marilyn M.. .. . 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MacMill an, D. E.. MacMillan, Elizabethiifff. MacNeal, R. B.. .. Mac C. Madlden, G.W .... 134, 215, 2-10, 241, .....271, Maddox, W. E.. .. . Maddy, D. ........ . Maderer, Carolyn J.. . . Madsen, Shirley V ..... Magill, H. C. ......,. . Ma nusson Lucille .. 8 . Maher, F. T. .... . Maher, G. Ernestine. . Mail, P. .......... . Maimon, A. C. ......,. . Major, E. L., jr. .... , Majors, Anna H.. . . Malcolm, R. B.. Malinoll, Joyce W.. .. Mammon, W. E ...... Manby, Margaret .... Manley, E. J .... Manley, J. H. .... . Mann, Mona R.. . . Mann, W. E. ..... . Manning, XV. R .... .. Mafzrmn, The .....,. Manthey, R. F., jr.. .. Mapes, Mariella ...... Marans, G. J. ..... 103, Marcoff, Lillian ..... Marcus, M. ........ . Marcus, S. H. ...... Marenecl-c, XV. A.. Marfori, R, T ........ .. Margaretten, Phyllis . .. Margolis, G. 1. ....... . Marino, 1. J. .,... 108, Marjerison, H. M.. .98, Markel, Betty ....... Markovitz, J. M. .... . Marks, Myra ..... Marlow, jo C., .. . Marquis, C. .... . Marr, Edna E, .... . Marschak, Rosanne Marshall, E. F .... .. .. Martin, A. C. ........ . Martin, Barbara A.. . . .. Martin, Dorothy E.. ,, Martin, Ivfildred B. .... . Martin, R. ......... . Martinec. V asta.. 90, Martins, J. K. ........ . Martus, M. S. ........ . Marvel, C. S ...... 1-13, Marvin, Isabelle B., .50, 212, 251, 272, McNamee, Marx, J. .... ........ . Marx, Vivian M.. . , , .. 271, Maser, P. G. ......... . A111116 and Banble ..... Maslow, XV. .... . Mason, A. B, .,.. . Mason, C. C. ....... . .-17 lik .08 '135. 553. 252 'Abe 136 30-1 .87 115 515 -117 .77 E33 413 158 1-17 111 191 151 E85 115 231 11-1 101 399 115 118 111 156 140 90 27-1 151 27-1 Massey, Mary A .... ....... Massler, M. .....,....... . Matheson, Marjorie L.. . Mathews, Betty J. .... . Mathews, E. G. .... . Mathews, E. S. ...... . Mathews, M. M .... .... Mathewson, Jane E.. . . . Mathewson, R. G ..... Mathieu, Elaine A.... Mathis, H. M. ...... . Matlavish, R. T. ..... ,. Matter, H. 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Carolyn... . May, Dorothy H. ..., . May, Henry ......... 1 May, Nancy ....47 May, Patricia J.. . . .... ,. Mayer, P. S. ....... . . . Mayhew, H. Mayhew, Mary E. ........ . Maynert, E. .......... 149 McArthur, S. W .... .. McArthur, XV. R. ...... . McArtor, Dorothy A.. McArty, Margaret . .. McBride, J. A. ..... . McBroom, E. A. .... . McCallum. E. A,. ..... . McCarty, Eloise ...77. 215 370 McCarty, J. R ............ McCask1ll, O. L. ...... . McCaughey, Sarah E .... McClanathan, D, E..., . McClernon, F. M.. .. . McClintock, R. XV.. .. McClure, G. W...145. McClure, L. XV, ..... . McClure, Mary J.. . . ,.. "i44 McClure. M. T. ........ 34 McCollister, Lucy C.. . . . McComas, McConnell, McConnell McConnell, Beverly .. . G. A ..... . , ,lane E.. .. W. R. .... "iii' , McCord, Viola B ....... .... McCoy, XVinnifred ........, MfCr.1ry, McCreary, McCreery, McCreight, McCulloug McCutcheo McDonald Charlotte ...393 C. H.. ,... .. .68 P. XV ............ L. R.. . .6B, 215 h, J. C ,..... ..... n, Loretta M.. .. Anna J McDonald: Barbara McDonald, McDougle, Ethel R.... . Mary E,... . McDougle, Mary V.. . , . MrElh:4ney, McElheny, McElvain, McGehee, McGinnis, Eleanor .,.. D. 1... ,.... .. .. Jacqueline D.. ,. Franges , . . ... Maxine McGorrisk, Dorothy 1-I.. . . . McGovern, E. F.. .158, 162 MEGovern McGrath, Jeanne K. ..., J.C .... ...,,... McGrew, Jane ....... McGuigan, H. A. ..... . Mcl-latton, Vivian L ..... Mrlntire, I. D. ...... . McKay, Shirley J ..... McKean, Juanita F. ........ . McKee, Mary A ...... ,.,... Mclielvey, F. H .... ...... 2 0, Mcliemie, Carmelita G. .... . McKinley F6lllIl7lt1fj0l1 ..... . M1'Kmley Hall .......,.... McKinney, Doris ....... 87 McKinney, R. C. .,........ , Mcliinstry, Barbara J. ...... . Mcliingie, J. . . . ..... , 326, Mclxusick, B. C. .....,..... . McLaughir1, J. R,... McLaughlin, D. E ..... . McLeod, Carmeta A.. McMahon, Phyllis M .... McMahon, Shirley L.. .. McMichael ,P. .... ,. McMillan, D. ...,.. . McMillan, J. 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Denial Navy I'-I2 Um! ..........,......... 11-1, flledlral Sflulfnf Cnlnzfil, ...... . Aledifine. College of ......., 10-1, Meek, Elizabeth B. ...,.. ..., . Meek, J. S. ,....... ...1-10, Meek, Marilyn . .. ..... Meeland, T. ...,..,. ...... , , . Meers, june M, ..............,. Mehren, Jane von,.-17, 150, fron, Meid, XV. J.. .....,... 285, 536. Meisenheimer, W. E. ..,..,.. 11-1, Meislcr, I. M .... .... ........ Meisner, D. F .... .. ... . Melamed,M... Melamed., S. .............. 143, Melichar, W.J .... 103, 114, 113, Melin, Marguerite ..... 232, 56-1, Melody, Marilyn E. ............ . Melton, J. .......,.. .... . ... Menclelson, Helyne .,.. .,... Mendelson, W. G. .... ...231, Mencfee,S.G.,,... Menke, K. H. .......... 31, 158. Menkes, Maxine R .... . ...... 90, Meri! Gln' Club .......... .... Merff Irzdepwldent Unard flrmrirz- !lUVI ....................-,.. Menzel, Alberta C, ...... 48, 1-13, 202, 212, ll-1, 215, 220, 380, Merchant, R. ......,..,.....,.. Merdinger, E. .... .., .... 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A, ............... . Michel, Marvellee .87, 2117. 2857, Micon, A. M. ................ . Middleton, Betty H, .......,. -IS. Middleton, J. R. ...... .. .158, Mies. Dorothy A. .......,.. 383. Mieschl-ce, Lorraine M. ...... 1-H, 241, 142. 5713, Miethe, Meta J. ............ 230. Migatz, M. ......,.. ,...... . Mikolas, D. G .... .. ..... 119, Milder, Phyllis S .... .... . ,-'-0, Miles, A. Ann .... ..,. 1 -1-1, 287 Miles, H. J. .... ......... . Miles, Isabel .... Miles, J. C.. ...,. Miles, R. H,. ...... .. w 1 Miles, Virginia ...,.. ...2B", Milfeld, Gloria M. ......... 367, rllllztafy .,................ 290. Millard, Sarah . .. .. .2, 30, -151, --18, Miller, B. S.. jr. ..... ....,. . Miller. Celeste R. .... .... Miller, E. B. ....,.. ,. Miller, E. M .... .... , .. Niiller, G. A. .......... . ... Miller, Gwendolyn G. ..,..., 30, -9l. Miller, Helen D. ....... 23-1, 3310. Miller, H. L. ..... ....... . Nllller, I. C. .... ..,1I4, Miller, J. A. .... .... L w8, Miller,Je:1r1 . .. .. ,. hddlen J. K. .... ...ii:, Miller, june . Miller, L. J. ..... ...., 1 14. Miller, Louise . .. ...... 230. Miller, Maxine ................ Miller, Mclba A .....,. 1-14, 277, Miller, M. J. ................. . Miller, Patricia A ..... , .... 134, sm, Miller, R. I. ...... ...,. 3 Zo, Miller, R. L. .,... ...... 4 07, Miller, Ruth E.... ,.,... Miller, Ruth V.. .. ..,. -18, 375. S85 115 126 105 382 328 371 158 398 419 405 115 423 328 122 149 125 -127 365 281 -102 359 528 203 390 288 -108 150 -127 116 2416 341 287 122 117 116 116 364 36-1 360 -127 11h 36 3o7 -113 383 357 3811 120 -114 122 -128 3m -120 -Us -115 1-12 283 373 403 236 125 381 407 -125 3-13 300 3-10 -118 2-10 -120 360 -- --a1 12S 550 388 131 287 1-17 287 363 -126 291 202 37-1 351 361 -111 110 151 203 367 410 287 115 327 207 115 -101 115 386 426 568 120 232 427 -123 -117 302 376 Miller, Miller, Shirley A.. .. Sonia .... .. Miller, W. R, ...... ,. Miller, Wylmarose . Milles. G. ....... , Millhousc, E. Milligan, Charity I. .... 288 252 375 280 Milliken, Dorothy M ......... ,. Millizen. j. M. ......,....... . Mills, D. R. ,... ,... . .156, 172 Mills, Elizabeth R.. .,..,..., .. Mills, ,l. .,.,.,.... ..... 1 49 Mills, Mary I..,,. .,.. ,..-18 Mills, M. lsabel ,.,.,.., 87 287 592 Milrm, R. .,..,,.. ..,... . Milroy, ,l. P. I... Minard, D. I. ..,.. . Miner, A. E, .... . Miner, D. K .... . Miner Holm' . .. . .. Miner, Neva L .... ....... Bfinn, H. W' .,.. .............. Minner, M. A. ...,..,,...., 343 Minnis, Rose M...2i0, 237 2811 Mini'1r, R. S ....,....,... .. ,253 Mintn, Lura J .,.. ,... ..,. Mintun, Jeanne A.. , .. Mintz, E. ,.,..... . Mintz, Helen M.. .. .llrlnuuz . . . . . Mitchel. Helen E ,,,. . Mitchell D, .....,. ., Mitchell, H. H. ,... Mitchell, Mary E. ..,. Mitrhell, P. C. .,.. . Mitchell, R, V.. .. ,.. Miyamasu, E. T. .......... . Moblcy, Josephine .1.... 82 Mohley, N. F .,........... Mockert, Phyllis S., .. ... Modglin, N. ..... . Modyeska, E. F. .... . Moehle, XVinifred ... Moeliman, G. K.. .. Moeller, T. ...,..... , Moery, Margaret L., , . Moller, D. R, ...... . Mohri, P. E. ,..,.. Malden, F. A. .......,... . Moll, lx. E. ............ Moller, F. A. ..... 2-19, 233. Mollet, Martha E .... .,..,., Molyneaux, G. ...... ... Molyneaux, M. G .... , Monahan, Betiy Nlonahan, XV.. ,. Monahan, P. Al., ,.. Mundlink, H. R ..., Monger, Mary E.. .. .... A... . Moninger. 1. P.. .. .. .. Monohan, P. ,l.. Monroe, ,lean M ..., ..... Monroe, Lois R. .... ..., . Monroe, XV. S. .... . .. . Mnntcreiff, XV, F.. . ,. ,......-10-l, Montgomery, A, Moody, Barbara S..,. Moon, G, R ....... Mooney, R. D. ,.... . Moore, Beatrice M.. ., Moore. Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore. Moore, Moore, E. S,. .. ,... Frances M,... G. E. ..... . H. F. ....... . H. H., jr.. Margaret .... Nancy Moorehead, F. B. .... ,, Moots, Mary A .... . . Mora, j. M, ..... . Moraw, Doris .. Mordue, Martha l .... Morehead, R. A. .... . Morello, Gladys l .,.. Morello, Mary R ...... lvloretto, Nelly A.. . . . 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Srednicki, J. .... . 2.55 292 .51 sis E85 41619 340 250 100 253 5541 isa 328 kbs 1-13 -114 V1-15 bas 565 Q55 Arab 206 375 256 581 E541 lab 55-1 115 .88 .73 585 .70 115 1-19 528, E55 419 255 XSS 114 231 .75 21-17 241 144 235 -101 553 369 -107 285 1-15 -100 53-1 561 595 407 52 125 -121 591 400 1-17 -107 -105 145 5-16 375 12-1 576 -410 42s 388 386 53" 116 145 52 -114 25 401 2oB -416 -100 422 405 -115 118 S-15 289 338 419 582 120 352 -I0-1 420 350 528 -100 581 248 -119 257 309 26-1 -127 124 112 548 117 4110 328 260 120 -117 52 559 577 125 580 1-15 -12-1 549 110 528 -115 162 426 292 420 396 401 119 362 569 420 361 385 581 115 122 -11-1 -402 527 -115 -102 -122 328 -10-1 151 -121 569 -101 156 374 162 Sroke, A. G .... ..,.. ...... 17 Staab, J. E ........ .... 1 SB 2 Staack, H. F ......... ......... Staake, D. B. .......,,....... . Stabenow, Winifred M. ..... 3172 Stachurski, R. XV ....,. ... Staderman, O. P .,...... ,.... Staffelbach, Lois J. ..,..,..... . Stafford, E. 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Stewart, Rose A.. .15-1, 156 259 Stickler, L. E .... ......... Streg, L. F. .............. . Slregelmerer, Marilyn .. Stiles, Rita M ..... . , . Stipes, R. A., Jr.. . . . am 213-7 419 .70 'ras -11-1, 215 592 255 157 360 172 .52 516, 574. Strppes, M. C.. .............. . Stiritz, Vivian A ..... . ..... . Strth, ldelle ....... 91, 159, Stiven, F. B. ...... , ........ Stockdale, Margaret O.. .. . . . Stockhausen, Phyllis J.. .. Stockhus, W. E. ...... Stogsdrll, H. M. ....... Stolman, Syril B. ....... .8-1 .52 53 251 Stone, F. L. ............... . .. Slave, Paul Raynar, Lid.. .. .. Stone R. B.... .......... Stone Verla M. ........ .... . Stone ,ZeldaR..... Stoneham, R. G.. . . Storkan, Ruth . .. Storrs, G. D. ....... . Stott, T. A. ........... 114, Stouffer, E. L..2-4, 143, 147, Stout, Meri J .... ....... 255 286 115 151 100 -107 116 -106 426 70 151 52 326 -108 3110 5h8 216 -121 1415 146 356 -101 561 385 288 207 558 279 281 118 -120 368 561 575 370 -110 572 589 112 -106 3-14 3241 SRS 5114 405 382 -105 285 351 144 124 569 357 123 3-18 5118 220 1-15 -lltw S02 552 115 124 122 5011 425 328 116 -104 585 -110 313 358 -125 -AOS 1-12 llu 504 150 355 250 52 2512 1-19 -116 222 41-4 587 Z-19 419 404 97 371 287 428 151 369 318 -127 275 589 568 555 415 401 120 459 88 78 359 287 576 -106 125 346 56-1 Smut, Phyllis K..,,s3, 1-13 150 395 Stovall, Vivian C. .............. 422 Slmifuru' Home .......... ..... 3 90 Strattan, XV. V .... . .. . . 406 Stratton. XV. M .... ......,.. 3 55 Straub, Evelyn E.. .. ... S3 565 422 Straub, F, G. .... .... 1 -10 328 3-15 Straus, Sue ....... ..... A S3 425 Streckcr, W. L .... . ...... 550 423 Streed, J. A. ...... ..... 5 32 Streetcr, Priscilla . .. 5 S3 intl Strercher, D. 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W. ............ 11-1 115 Sturt, Joan T. ........... 55. 385 -Un Stull, Isabel M. .... 79, 250, 395 -122 -12-1 Stull, Louise .. ,. .... ........ 5 93 Stumm, R. ..... ,. 352 Stupka, Rosalie C. ...... 22-1 250, 587 Sturm, G. J. ...... 212, 314, 5211, 557 Sturman, Mary E.: .......... BSS 419 Sudakoff, C. H. ...... .... 1 1-1 115 Sudar. S. . ....... ..... 1 ai Sudkamp, D. J .... ..... 1 72 Suehr, Shirley A. .... 51-11 Sullrvan, A. .... .. 1111 Sullrvan, J. ..... ... 5410 Sulhvan, J. D. .... ..... 4 U4 Sulhvan, L. A. ..... ...2-IO 350 Sullivan, Ruta L ..... 38-1 Srnrzmul' 55.151011 ..... . . . 25 Summers, Helen L .... ..... 3 R1 Summers, Shirley D. ........ 144 395 Summers, XV. L ..... .. . ..... 1-15 Sundby, R. D .... ..... .... 3 3 S 400 Sunderland, D. W.. .. .... 123 125 Sunclholm, N. K. .... .... 1 -13 1-10 Sundstrom, R. N. .... .... 7 0 421 Suppxger, E. XV.. . .. ... 147 Surman, W. R.. . . ... 406 Surrart, E. 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R. ...... ...... 1 51 Swrtzer, Betty C.. .. ...254 385 Swrtzer, J. ......... ..... 1 22 Sword, Xvanda L.. .. .... . 300 Sylvester, B. ..... ...... 1 19 Sqlvester, E. B ..... .... 1 1-1 114 Synwolt, Betty M .... ......... 5 89 Synck, L. J. ................ -107 421 Syrcle, Dorothy M. ..... 2-19, 581 414 Szmyd, M. A. ......... 114, 115 125 Szurek, S. A. .................. 125 T Tafthouse, F. ......... .. . 520 Tag art, J. O. ..... .... 3 1 91 Tahi H. .......... ........ 1 05 Talaga, E. S .......... .... 1 1-1, 115 Talbot, Cynthia H. ..., ...... 3 70 Talbott, XV. G ....... ..... 4 oo Talman, I. . ....... .. Tamboure, Angelxnc ........ Tamler, L. , ., .. .. Tang. S. J. ............ lil. Tangney, Murrel J. Tankel, Joan F .... .. Tanner, F. XV .... . ...... . Tanner, G. E. ............. . Tanner, L. XV. ...... .. .109, Tanner. Megan J. .......... Tapscnt R I . . .... . . Tam Hall ....... Tarr, D. WF... Tarran, D. G .... Tarun, D. XV.. .. Tate, Betty L.. .. Tate, Mary E. .... . 112, .03 'wg .36 1211 109 253 Targa. E. G, ............. D Tatman, Jacqueline Tan Bri.: P1 ....... Tru: Dultd Plvi .... Tun Efullou PH. .. Tun Kappa Eprllafr Taustlne, Tess M., ,. Tawney, G. A ..... Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, A. B. R. ,... . Ethlyn XV.. I.. L. .... . Phyllis E.. .. S. ...... . S. G ..,,,... Shirley M.. XVhancta E.. ., XVrnr1rr:d J .... . T:'1'lvl1U.g1.'1fVlv, The Teel, D. ........ . Tchon, Atha L .... Tcrtel, B. ..... . Teles, H. J, ,.... , Teller, Lors E.. .. . Teller, Tullmg, Tellm Louise A.. Martha ..... 376, RD .....21S, Templeman, XV. D. Templrn, H. A.. .. Templrn, XV. F.... ..... 52, Tenenbaum, H. .,..... Hi, Tenney, P. ...... ...,.. . Terrapm ...,,... Terry, E. M, ..... . Tess, Mxldred A. .... Tess, Norma E. .... . Thalman, XV. E.. . . . Tharp, Mary A.. .. . Thulin' Grzllrl ,... ., Thcby, Mary E.. .. . Therss, E. L. .... . Theobald, J. J ..... . Theobald, XV. H. .......... . 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Thrasher, Patricra .......... 568 Thrasher, Shrrlee ........... 308 Three Mort I'aln.1l1le Plrqwj. .. C. E. ................ 114 Thumw, R. C... . .. Trce, F. ....... . Tick, A. C. ...... . Trek, Frances E ...... Trgrak, M. F .... . 250 Trllson, Vrolet N. ......... . Trmmons, Marjorie R. ...... . Trpsword, Maxrne L. .......... . Trsch, Mary J, ..... 85 Tlshman, Francine J.. Trtus, Loss E .... ..... Toback, M. J. .... 105 Tober, R, I .... ..,... Tobm, L. M. ....... . Tobin, R. 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