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We, the editor s, hope these innovations 'll wi meet with the reader's approval, and that he will find this edition a satisfactory digest of life at the University of lllinois for this year. To the lll' ' ex- mi who scan these pa e ' g sm faroff places, may The lllio of l945 bring many happy memories of campus days THE EDlTORS DOROTHY W'-HPF Business Manager INS MARl0NAsJsEic1iEte Business Manage' are present- in s ' ' U Ill lllflllllllllllll . . . With the passing of President Emeritus David Kinley on December 3, l944, the University of Illinois lost a great leader. David Kinley had a vision of a great university and made the University of lllinois fulfill that vision. He believed in educational opportunities for all, and hence, urged expansion of facilities instead of curtailed enrollment. During the 37 years he was asso- ciated with the University, it rose to front rank among American institutions of higher learning. President Kinley was a friend of the humblest stu- dent, and knew several thousand of them by name. He was an able and fearless fighter, and was esteemed by his colleagues and fellow citizens for his character and his ability. As an economist, he was an international authority on money and banking, and represented his country at several Pan-American economic conferences. During his administration, many campus buildings, such as the University Library and HuFf Gymnasium, were erected. Today's fighting Illini are better prepared to face the hazards of war because of President Kinley's wise policy of establishing an ROTC unit here, following World War l. Because he was an outstanding scholar, educator, and gentleman, and because he will live on as one of America's greatest university presidents, the lllio of 1945 is respectfully dedicated to David Kinley. 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Simultaneously, there operates another program, quietly and in the background, namely, that of administration. The administrative staff includes many officers of the University who do no teaching and no research. They are the operators of the University, the managers, the welfare officers, the business agents, the record keepers, the engineers, and the public relations officers. The President of the University is the chief of the administrators. He is the coordinator of all the work of the University, both academic and operational. He is aided by a group of specialists, each with his own staff and field of operations. These specialists consist of the Provost, the Comptroller and his staff, the Director of the Physical Plant, the Registrar, the Dean of Students, and the Public Relations officer. Other administrative officers are in the lllini Union, the Personnel Bureau, the Alumni Association, the Athletic Association, the Bureau of Institutional Research, the High School Visitor's Office, the Press and Information Office, the Radio Station and the Retirement System oftices. The administrative organization is established to contribute the most effective operational methods and procedures in order that the educational, academic, and research programs may go forward smoothly and effectively. H l H 1 1 l O UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA. ILLINOIS F CE or THF P ssl CNT DCCBIHEJBI' 12, T3 THE STULEXYS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS: V From lts beginning the Unlverslty of Illinois has been responsive to public needs and has constantly tried to fulfill its mission as a Land-Grant College and state-supported unlverslty. when world War I began, the University immediately Thous- offered all of its facilities and services to the country. ands of students and alumni served in that war and lE4 made the supreme sacrifice. with the beginning of World War II, the Unlverslty again made its facilities and services available for the successful prosecution of this war. Over l7,000 llllnl are serving in the armed forces and over SOO of them have paid the last full measure of devotion. On the campus, the Unlverslty has provided both college grade and technical training programs for the Army and the Navy, and various departments have contributed materially to the war effort through their research and extension programs. . By establishing a Division of Special Services for War Veterans, the University has been a pioneer ln providing an educa- tional and counselling service for the benefit of returning ser- vicemen. In the poet-war period the University will adjust its programs to meet the changing conditions and the needs of the people. We hope that when victory comes we shall be prepared to deal wisely and effectively with the problems which will confront - 5 both the State and the University of Illlnols. Cordially ours, President ' Arthur Cutts Willard President, University of Illinois Elected by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees on March 13, 1934, Arthur Cutts Willard became seventh president af the University in July of that year. He came in the year 1913 as an assistant professor of heating and ventilation in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He was made a full professor a few years later, and in 1920 was named head of the department. He had been made Acting Dean of the College of Engineering nine months previous to his election as president of the University. Dr. Willard was born in Washington, D. C. and attended Central High School there. For one year he was a student at the National College of Pharmacy and then he entered the Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology, where he took a chemical engineering COUYSB. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1904. Following his graduation from M.I.T., he taught for one year at the California School for Mechanical Arts in San Francisco and for three years at George Washington University in the nation's capital. For tour years, preceding his transfer to Illinois, he was Sanitary and Heating Engi- neer in the United States War Department. Three honorary doctors' degrees have been conferred upon Presi- dent Willard: Doctor of Engineering by the Case School of Applied Science, Doctor of Laws by George Washington University, and also the Doctor of Laws by Northwestern University. 13 fi? 3 i-ui OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Park Livingston, Chicago .... .... P resident Harrison E. Cunningham, Urbana ...... Secretary lrvin L. Porter, Chicago. .. . . .Treasurer Lloyd Morey, Urbana. .. .... Comptroller 14 BUHRD UF Hon. Dwight H. Green Springfield Governor of Illinois Hon. Vernon L. Nickell Springfield Superintendent' of Public lnsfrucfion TRUSTEES Park Livingslon, Presidenf, Board of Trusfees 9 Harrison E. Cunningham John R. Fornof Mrs. Helen M. Grigsby Frank A. Jensen Chester R. Davis Dr. Marlin G. Luken Frank H. McKelvey Waller W. Mclaughlin Orville M. Karraker Lloyd Morey Irvin L. Porter Kenney E. Williamson Dr. Karl A. Meyer UHIVERSITU UFFIEIHLS Harold E. Cunningham, A.B. Coleman R. Griffith, Ph.D. Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A., LL.D. Direcfor, Universify Press: Direcfor, lnformcfion Universify Provosf Compfroller Office: Secrefary, Board of Trusfees ,gamma fi 'Y 'lf George P. Tultle, 3.5. Robert B. Browne, PILD. Charles E. Bowen, 3.5. Regisflar Direcfor, Summer Session: Direcfor, Execufive Direcfor of Alumni Associafion Universify Exfension l6 Ernesl L. Slouffer, M.Arch. S. Earl Thompson, A.M. Dr. H. W. Bailey, Ph.D., LL.D. Earl C. Seyler, M.S. Donald A. Grossman,LL.B. Archifecf, Physical Acfing Direcfor, Division Direcfor of Personnel Bureau Recorder Examiner Planf Deparfmenf of Sfudenf Housing Charles S. Havens, M.S. lrene D. Pierson, A.B. Direcfor, Division of Sfudenf Social Direcfor, Housing Illini Union Cena Olmslead Food Service Manager lllini Union Erwin .l. Schreiber Acfing Manager, Illini Union: Manager, lllini Union Booksfore Harold D. Trimble, A.M. Clyde A. Webber, B.S. Slanley C. Smith, A.B. Acfing High School Bursar Audifor Visifor 'Charles H. Prall, A.B. Howard A. Hazellon, Harold M. Edwards, Chief Accounfani B.S. LL.B. Assisfanf Purchasing Agenf Compfroller J. Howard Beard, Frank E. Schooley, 3.5. Josef F. Wright, A.B. A.M., M.D. Assisfanf fo Direcfor Direcfor, Public ln- Universify Healfh Offi- of Radio Sfafion and formaiion and Radio cer, Head of fhe De- Public Informafion Sfafion WILL parfmenf of Healih Service l7 THE IIEHIIS The Dean of Students, Fred Harold T urner, was born in Hume Illinois on March 22 1900 , , . He was made assistant to Th Arkl Cl omas e ark, Dean of Men, after graduating from the University of Illinois in 1922. ln 1931, he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Education. His thesis may be found in the ll brary, as it is considered one of the most authoritative accounts ever made of th III' ' ' ' ' e mais Industrial University In 1932 . , he was awarded the full title of Dean ot Men after serving as Acting Dean in the preceding . T year he board of trustees created th new positi f ' e on o Dean of Students in September, 1943, and Dean Turner was named to fill the new FF o ice. ln recent years several of his surve s of t d ' ' ' y s u ent life at the Universlt h y ave appeared in current magazines. Dean Turner is greatly interested in student organizations on the cam pus, and is a member of the Illini B of Co t I. ' oard n ro He IS Secretary of the National Association of Deans and Advisers of Men, and Educational Advisers to the Nat' I lnterfr t ' Iona a ermty Conference. Dean Maria p is, ndiana, and re- ceived her high school education there. After graduation from Butler College, she continued her graduate work at Colorado College from which she received her Master of Arts degree. She accepted the position as Dean of Women and Professor of Mathe- matics at Idaho State Normal in Albion, Idaho. She left Idaho to become Dean of Women and Professor of Mathematics at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. In 1937 she received a Litt.D. from that institution. Since 1923 she has served as Dean of Women at the University of Illinois. ln 1924, Dean Leonard founded the national scholastic honorary, Alpha Lambda Delta, for freshmen women. Leonard was born in Indiana ol' I Edward E. Stafford, Dean of Men, was born in Beardstown, Illinois, on November 1, 1896. He spent most of his youth in Alton, Illinois, where he graduated from high school in 1914. He was an employee of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company for a year and a half before entering the University of Illinois in the College of Commerce. In 1917, he ioined the Army Air Force as a private and was later commissioned second lieutenant. Upon his discharge in 1919, Dean Stafford worked as an accountant before returning to the University ot Illinois, where he received his B.S. degree in commerce in June, 1920. At that time he as- sumed a position as secretary to the vice-president of the Goodrich Rubber Company. Sixteen months later he was appointed business manager of the Illini Union and remained in that capacity for seventeen years. When the University began its drive for a new Union Building he devoted most of his time to that campaign. He also became Field Secretary for the Alumni Association and for the University of Illinois Foundation. In 1942 he was named Assistant Dean of Men, and became Acting Dean of Men the following year. He was made permanent Dean of Men in 1944. ...t.. , X58 F 77 l i 3 F During your student days on the campus we want you to become acquainted with the personnel cmd work of your Alumni Association. lt maintains con- tact with and records of 80,000 alumni, more than 18,000 of whom are now serving their country in all parts of the world. To assist them ' in following one another and in knowing what is taking place on the campus, the olticial publication of the Association, lllinois Alumni News, is sent and will be sent to others who will 'furnish their address upon their departure from the campus. These records are available to you at all times. It is our hope that we may always keep track of you and demonstrate our interest in your welfare while in school and after you leave. We stand ready at all times to do what we can for the best interest of the University and our thou- sands of alumni, and your suggestions and co- operation in,helping us with this program will be greatly appreciated. While the work of the Alumni Association presumably "begins where student days end," we hope we may get acquainted and assist you in every way possible while you are campus. on the C. E. BOWEN C. C. LARSON THE Hl.Ullllll HSSUIIHTIUII Q ,W 2. " fmmwwmwmfv: K t. 5 Af, . 5 + f 5 ' 61.57 i x ws ' - V' .qw ,. f . Q f 'fifigaiygx -46229 ' v 5-'iw is SB '. ' 1' 1 AM ' I --. - I1 , E51 rf tlfwf' X, -,:::, sf A ,- 1 ml gays, . iq . I . xx Af14Qi'f.ff.i?Q .i my ,A+ . x wg g-1 .qxqygga ' ' ' ' X MW'-'N .H-L+ M:-f, K 'U-.f.,: N5,4j.f. LFCSQE-'. 2' -: i:'f"1 1136 ., :z W --.,,,,,,..s 1 wavy-f.-Y--'g1f4,.,t: G NNW---, ,. ' 1 72 32 J 4 f ' 9 5 S EULLEGES HT Ulilililili Many an lllini . . . now l8,5OO to be exact . . . serves his country in foreign fields . . . in muddy foxholes in France and Holland . . . in India and China. But he dreams of the traditions . . . of the campus he left behind him. The days he strolled down the Broadwalk beneath the elms . . . perhaps the trees were budding in the spring . . . or it was raining . . . He used to think it could never rain as much as it did in Champaign . . . now he knew. Old Alma Mater . . . Homecoming . . . the Gettysburg Address in Lincoln Hall . . . Chemistry and Rhet . . . the sings at night in the University Auditorium . . . the fighting lllini. He left them. Now he was fighting . . . to preserve the American way of life . . . the lllini way of life he hopes to return to . . . to the research his University has contributed . . . is contributing . . . to the science and culture of the world. The first soil experiments in the country . . . the first instruction in architecture . . . the betatron. He knows it is a little different nowadays. 290 ofthe 2lOO instructors of the University are in service now. And there are more girls in school now . . . 3,862. And many of the men on campus are in uniform . . . 483 ASTR's . . . 374 V-l2's. And 350 veterans already returned from World War ll. The eight colleges at Urbana await the return of the lllini. They plan ac- celerated programs, new housing+even an airport. The Colleges at Urbana . . . the buildings . . . the traditions . . . will still be here . . . unchanged. The soldier dreams of the day he will come back. His school waits. l FREDERICK S. S'EBERT Director, School of Journalism LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES L.A.S.-the largest of the college languages, of history . , . teacher of chemistry, of psychology, of bacteriology. Its dean, Mathew T. McClure, Dean ofthe College of Liberal Arts and Sciences since l934 . . . doctor of philosophy ing toward shaping the policies of ALBERT J. HARNO Dean, College of Law 22 IUURNALISM The School of Journalism . . . a free press is the right of a tree people . . the lllio . . .The Daily Illini . . . oftering two curricula . . . editorial and ad- vertising . . .to prepare its students for actuating this ideal . . . its director.. Frederick S. Siebert . . . Director ofthe school since l94l . . . doctor of law . . . head of the American Association of Schools and Colleges of Journalism . . . aptly equipped to head a school whose functions are essential to the freedom for which we fight. s . . . 3,256 students . . . teacher ofthe . . .who applies his philosophical learn- a college mobilized for war. MATHEW T. MCCLURE Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences LAW The College of Law . . . blending the traditions of the past with the con- veniences of the present . . . Blackstone . . . Altgeld Hall . . . the contribution Illinois has made to the iurisprudence of the nation . . . its dean, Albert J. Harno . . . bachelor of law . . . magna cum laude . . . dean of the college since T922 . . . provost ofthe University since l93l .. . believing in democracy founded on iustice , . . in the freedom for which we fight in this war. DEHIIS ElJUlIllTl0N The College of Education . . . "Only an enlightened people can be free." Instructor of those who will teach our children . . . the ideals and funda- mentals ofthe American way of life . . . English . . . history . . . mathematics . . its dean, Thomas E. Benner . . .doctor of education . . . Dean of the Col- lege of Education since 1931 . . . member of the presidential committee to investigate Puerto Rican education . . . a man in touch with the world . . . a world mobilized for war. others for total war. MELVIN l. ENGER Dean, College of Engineering J EXTENSIUN The Division of University Extension . . . providing courses for thousands of Illini-by-proxy, scattered throughout the world . . . in cooperation with the Armed Forces Institute, to the service men and women . . . and in the Engi- neering, Science and Management War Training Program, to hundreds of those employed in lllinois' war industries . . . its director, Robert B. Browne . . master of science and doctor of philosophy . . . in charge of the division since its establishment in T934 . . . a division geared completely to war-time needs. THOMAS E. BENNER Dcan, College of Education ENGINEERING The College of Engineering , . . dedicated to industry . . . its program in tegrated with the military . . . its enrollment predominately V-l2 and ASTR . . research in aeronautics . . . in metallurgy . . . in mechanics. Its dean Melvin L. Enger, Dean of the College of Engineering since i934 . . . master of science in civil engineering . . . head of the college mobilized above all ROBERT B. BROWNE Director, Division of University Extension CUMMERCE acting dean of the college since 1942 author of many accounting textbooks college geared for war. HIRAM T. SCOVll.l. Dean, College of Commerce PHYSICAL EIJUCATIUN The School of Physical Education . . . cradle of our teams . . . our "Fight- ing lllini' '... emphasizing physical fitness and its place in war . . . training the coaches and teachers of tomorrow . . . its director, Seward C. Staley . . doctor of education . . . director of the School of Physical Education since T937 . . . author of many books in the field of physical education. Through programs in physical fitness for Army and Navy trainees . . . in all of its activi- ties . . . mobilized for eFfective war. of scientific scholarly investigation. ROBERT D. CARMICHAEL Dean, Graduate School 24 The College of Commerce . . . affording practical experience for students in 5 the ever-increasing complexities of modern business . . . teacher of account- ancy . . . business administration . . . marketing. lts dean, Hiram T. Scovill, a certified public accountant . . recognized as the man to lead a SEWARD C. STALEY Director, School of Physical Education GRADUATE The Graduate School . . . a pinnacle to be reached . . . a goal held high above the undergraduate . . . contributing valuable research to the fund of technical and cultural advancement . . . its dean, Robert D. Carmichael . . doctor of philosophy . . . author of many scientific books . . . dean of the school since i934 . . . who directs the power of graduate effort into channels IJEIIIIS The College of Fine and Applied Arts . . . function to form . . . varied . . . art . . . architecture . . . music . . . with the College of Medicine, occupational therapy. . . fine and applied. Its dean, Rexford Newcomb, dean of the college I since 1932 . . . master of science in architecture . . . whose students have pro- duced patriotic posters and entertainment which are a source of morale in a community functioning 'for war. REXFORD NEWCOMB Dean, College of Fine ancl Applied Arfs The College of Agriculture . . . representative of the leading agricultural state of the country . . . pioneer in the development of the soybean . . earliest advocate of crop rotation . . . systematic farm accounting . . . its leaders, agriculture's leaders . . . its dean, Henry P. Rusk, master of science in agriculture . . . Dean of the College and its departments since 1939 . . . spokesman through the college for the American farmer whose every effort produces for war. HENRY P. RUSK Dean, College of Agriculture LIBRARY The Library School . . . housed in the University of Illinois Library, the largest library of any state university in the country . . . containing almost two million books and pamphlets . . . requiring a bacheIor's degree for entrance . . . its director, Robert B. Downs, head of the school since 1943 . . . former president of the Association of College and Reference Libraries . . . head of the school which provides "ammunition" for the "battle" of greater knowledge. ROBERT B. DOWNS Director, Library School 25 GREGORY HALL L L STOCK PAVIUON OLD Aomcuuuns " micl th broad ARMQRY LINCOLN HALL u, . I 'I jk . X 1' Ig 1 ' 'M 'QI NEW AGRICULTURE NI I I OMPN gree pIaln ANIMAL PATHOLOGY LIBRARY ,Sf ,I Anatomy Class Reaction in Chemisfry Il - - Class in Painting ltlwln TheggE U aIl v nr Qu "' . gin' . Wai 'ffm A fm 5 .3 Wi-1 Sw .-:- ,. . ' liwgfjgfrz KK ..:".:v:q,4,- 1. .--- - x..,.,35NS:,- .5135 www -1 l W lo A- . 0 , . s is S2135 35 , . .X X 3,5 L 4.1. ,Q M , -. J... '--W ' -- .qw 1:3- Q SQ li!, "S'.!": '7il"zf" J L 'mn .., .www , H. fy, -'--...N -wmmk 3 f 'S -gg my ,. M' Q- Q- ff- f,:1:s,,..ff1."45.,1 3' 'fi' ,. A ..i2'Gf if' 2-1?E'::r,E425-95i.'21fE::E'E-E-'-E- ff W gggggge Y i 1 .- 1 , f fi-3 V2 f -,1""' . ' x fm 1 0, Q. 5 Seiji? M 54551 , , 3? A S,-ui, -- 1 I -.V - .-..- -f .f , iff' V' W4,gQ,fZ2g M v., 5 ' .inf A mf , s .W .x .N e , X .Y ?W:1':':, -- - - ig Y 1 N .. .. ' 5: 12-H I H . 5 - ,Wh-f ' ESQ? ,, -iii Q ,Q , ' . . ,wtf -gf , -N , .- 1 w'awsAi:1!Yl X f '-xV 12 ' ' ig? -'N ,W ...,m.. ., - Syria,-E-1, ' 'H' , 2' - 1 . - si .. - - 'gl V- ' V f I fl? A ' 'ue:5:e:f' E ' 3 I j,gf22Hw::Z-' ,if iz., Y Ii' a ' - w ' - ,,.,2, ., ' I 'N ' 'df'x..f ' . ' E A 1 .2 -Q, V . gg X X ,. il JANE THOMAS ABBOTT ...,... Little Rock, Ark. Journalism Editorial Lowell Hall The Daily Illini l4J Little Rock Junior College ROBERT DALE ACTON .,.4..,......., Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences History Delta Tau Delta LULA MARGARET ADAMS ..,... . . ,Springfield Agriculture Foods and Nutrition Alcestis Home Economics Club, Ist Regimental Band l2lp Woman's Glee Club lll BLOSSOM AFREMOW .....,.......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Phi Sigma Sigma Psi Chip W.A.A,g Star Course l3lg Cast, "Noth- ing Ventured" Mundelein College RAYMOND JOHN ALBERT .............. Aurora Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi Tau Beta Pig A.S.M.E.g Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Taug The Daily Illini l3l, Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad, lnterlraternity Council lfilg Navy V-I2 Honors Day l2, 3l Illinois Institute of Technology MARY ELLEN ALLARD ......... .... V ienna Agriculture General Home Economics Bethany Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Woman's League lll: Student Council, Uni- versity Baptist Church ldlg Student Religious Council 141 CLIFFORD HARRY ALLEN ...,......... Rockford Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pi A.S.M,E. Honors Day lil MARY JEAN ALLEN ...,........... East Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Division of General Studies Stonehaven Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day ll, 2, ill, University of Illinois Scholarship Key 30 . . N ,sr , -'S WILMOGENE ALLISON ...... .... T aylorville Journalism Editorial Wyngate House The Daily Illini l3l Illinois College RUTH ALTSHUL .....,.....,......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Reutha Herzl Junior College BETTY JEAN ANDER .,.....,...,...... Batavia Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Gamma Phi Beta Wamen's Glee Club l4l, Production StaH, "The Warrior's Husband" Lawrence College BERNICE ROSE ANDERSON ...... ...Evanston Physical Education Physical Education Tri S. W.A.A.7 W.A.A. Numerals, First Council, W.G.S. l4l, Physical Education Maior's Club LARZ TORQUIL ANDERSON, Stanford University, Cal. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Navy V-I2 A.S.M.E.p Varsity Track Squad l2l Antioch College ALICE ELIZABETH ANDREWS ........ Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Fi Beta Phi Torch, Shi-Aip Woman's League Ill, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet lfl, dlp Star Course l4l ROWENA ANDREWS ........ ., ,Greenville Education History Tara Hall First Council, W.G.S. l4l Greenville College RUTH MARIE ANTES ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Sager House Rosary College IRMGARD ANTHOFER ...... .... C hicago Education Mathematics Warner Hall Der Deutsche Verein, Woman's league Il, 21 DELORIS LOUISE ARGIANAS .... .... C icero Education Speech Medea Alpha Pi Epsilon, Zeta Phi Eta, Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Morton Junior College MARIAN RUTH ARNOLD ........... Carbondale Agriculture Home Economics Colaniol Manor .Home Economics Club Southern Illinois State Normal University ETTA MAE ARNTZEN .,.....,.. .... S erena Commerce Marketing Illini Union Board, Recreation HI, Production Staff, "La Boheme", "The Women" Illinois State Normal University DOROTHY MIES ATTIG ......... ..., P ontiac Agriculture Home Economics A-H House 'Home Economics Club: The Agriculturist ill, 'W.A.A,g Women's league ill RUSSELL RALPH ATTIS ........... .... C hicago Physical Education Physical Education Tau Kappa Epsilon Senior Intramural Manager HI . JEANNE MARIE AUBINEAU ......... Kenilworth Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Kappa Kappa Gamma The Daily Illini l2lp Cast, "Nothing Ventured" Hollins College HELEN MAE AUERBACH ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Reutho District Chairman, W.G.S.p Senior Council, Hillel Foundation, Woman's League lllg Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia" .4 IRENE BABICZ .........,.... ...Chicago Education Biology Welsh House Newman Club Honors Day l3l Wright Junior College RUTH BAHCALL .....,....... .... M oywood Education Biology Ivy House Woman's League Ill MARGARET LEE BAKER ,...,......,... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Kappa Alpha Theta MacMurray College MAYTA FERN BALLIS ................. Chicago Liberal Arts ond Sciences Spanish Sigma Delta Tau Assistant Editor, The llliog Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg Production Stafl, "Heaven Can Wait", "Ruddigore", "The Women"g Senior Council, Hillel Foundation Honors Day I3l Sullins College BETTY GERTRUDE BALTER ............ Chicago liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Reutha Wright Junior College JEAN BARNETT ..,..........,..... While Hall Liberal Arts and Sciences English Trelawney First Council, W,G,S. l3lp Women's Glee Club l3lg Production Stah, "Claudia", "The Worrior's Husband" Honors Day l3l MacMurray College LA VERNE BARNETT ................. Equality Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Omicron Pi Orchesisg W.A.A. DOROTHY VIRGINIA BARNEY ........ Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Delta Gamma Sigma Delta Pip The Illio l2l University of Michigan 3l WALTER ANDRESS BARRY ,,..., .,.Evanston Engineering Civil Engineering Zeta Psi A.S,C.E., Varsity Tennis Squad l3, Al, lnterfra- ternity Council l2J, Navy V-I2 ALDONA VALERIE BASTIS ..,, .... C hicago Agriculture General Home Economics Shawnee Morgan Park Junior College SHIRLEY JANE BAUER .,.....,...... .Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Nutrition Kappa Alpha Theta Mortar Board, Torchg Shi-Ai, Daily Illini lil: Waman's League lllg Y.W.C.A, Cabinet l3, Alg Star Course l2lg Concert and Entertainment Board, Production Staff, "Carmen" Honors Day l3l DONALD EUGENE BECKER .... ...Greenview Agriculture General Nabor House Agricultural Club Honors Day ll, 2, 3l, University ot Illinois Scholarship Key BETTE JANE BEIDELMAN ,..,,,...., Naperville Agriculture Hospital Dietetics and Institutional Management Welsh House Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicrong Ex ecutive Council, W,G.S. llilp Woman's League lil, Production Staff, "lolanthe" HELEN IRENE BELOW ...,.,.......... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Gamma Delta Daily Illini lll Honors Day l3l LOU ANN BENSON ..,.,...,...,..,. Robinson Liberal Arts and Sciences English Chi Omega Mortar Board, Torchg Co-Manager, Star Coursey Shi-Aip Woman's League lil, First Council, Pan- hellcnic ldl Honors Day l3l RUBY JANE BENSON ......,,,,.,..,... Sparta Fine and Applied Arts Music Whyte Pillars Concert Bond Ml, Women's Glee Club Ml: Uni- versity Chorus l4i, WILL Shurtleff College 32 1.,L...fv. L 1 GLORIA BERMAN. ,............ Detroit, Mich. Education Elementary Education Phi Sigma Sigma Junior Prom Queen, i944 Highland Park Junior College MARGORIE BERNSTEIN ......,.....,. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Preelaw Phi Sigma Sigma The lllio ll, 215 The Daily Illini ll, 21 JEAN BILDERBACK .,............,... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Alpha Theta ALMA MADELINE BLACK ...... ,.,Faiimounl Agriculture Nutrition and Dietetics Achaea Home Economics Club: Woman's League ill MARILYN IRENE BONHARDT .....,... Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Spanish Clubg The lllio lllg Woman's League lllg Production Staff, "No, No, Nannette" CARL WILLIS BONTEMPS ........... Taylarville, Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Phi Kappa Psi President, Student Senate: Skull and Crescentp Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad, Varsity Basketball Squad l2, 3, 4l i BARBARA ANN BOULWARE ......... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Kappa Kappa Gamma Woman's League lily Production Staff, "Seventh Heaven" DOROTHY JEANNE BOWEN ....... Delphi, Ind., Fine and Applied Arts Art Gamma Phi Beta Woman's League lily Society- of Illustrators MARY Eloise BOWMAN ........... Gfeenneid Education Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta Culver Stockton College 'CAROL THRIFT BRAND ...,.... . , , .Oak Pork Education English Whyte Pillars 'Alpha Pi Delta: The Daily Illini Il, 21: Spanish Club: Woman's League Ill: First Council, W,G.S. Ml: University Chorus ill: Production Stolt, "Carmen", "Claudio", "Flying Gerardos", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "The Worrior's Husband" RUTH ELEANOR BRANDWElN,.,. .... Chicago Education English Sigma Delta Tau The lllio ll, 2l: The Daily Illini Ill: Waman's league lil: Production Stott, "Heaven Con Wait" JAMES ROBERT BRECKENRIDGE ....... Rockford Agriculture General Agriculture Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Zeta: Agriculturist l3l: Agriculture Club: McKinley Student Council IB, M: Student Religious Council HI Honors Day II, 2, 31: University at Illinois Schol- arship Key ISOLDE JEAN BRICKMAN ...,....,.... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Forest Hall Honors Day l3l Wright Junior College WILLIAM JOHN BRINKLEY ..,.... Shawnee-town Agriculture General and Smith-Hughes Vocational Granada Club Assistant Editor, Illinois Agriculturist: Delta Sig- ma Phi: Independent Council Ill: Agriculture club ii, 2, sf 4x Southern Illinois Normal University: Stetson University ELIZABETH JEANETTE BROWNING .... Potomac Commerce Marketing Welsh House Accountancy Club: The Daily Illini IZ, BI: Pro- duction Stafl, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Pride and Preiudice", "Twelfth Night", "The Worrior's Husband" DONNA BUCKLER ....,...,.. .,.. N ewman Agriculture Smith-Hughes Home Economics Terrace Manor Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron I i 1 1 x x. s -EIL .k..-1n:. 5-. , Q fl Y WA -,,, i -... I 4 , ' ' 5 mit? 1: .1 JOHN HENRY BUDD ..,.,....... Warren, Ohio Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Eta Kappa Nu Miami University BARBARA HELENE BUDZIK ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Forest Hall Independent Council l3l: First Council, W.G.S, l3l: Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Wright Junior College MARIORIE LORENE BULLARD ,..., Marrisonville Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Presbyterian Hall McKinley Foundation I3, 41 Lincoln College JOHANNA MAYORS BURCH ....,.,... Westville Liberal Arts and Sciences Dietetics and Institutional Management Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota Sigma Pi Honors Day II, 2l WILBERT EUGENE BURGER ..... ..,. M orlon Education Physical Education ROCHELLE BEATRICE BUSCH ....,...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Ivy House P:i Chi: Orchesis MARGARET ANNE BUYER..New Rochelle, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Vfescoga W.A.A.: W.A.A. Numerals: Terropin, Executive Council, W.G.S. l2, 31: Women's Glee Club l2l: Wesley Foundation: Cost, "Carmen" GRACE HERMAN CALDER ............ Deerfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Woman's League Ill 33 ELEANOR FRANCES CALDWELL .,...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Alpha Kappa Alpha MARY JEAN CALDWELL ....,.. ...Monticello Agriculture Home Economics A-H House Woman's League ll1, Home Economics Club, The Agriculturist ll, 21 PATRICIA JOYCE CALLAGHAN ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Chi Omega The Daily Illini ll1g W.A.A.p Womcln's League ll, 21, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ll, 21, Cast, "Nothing Ventured" BARBARA CAMP ....,....,........ Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Division ot General Studies Pi Beta Phi Mortar Board, Torch, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Deltag Chairman, Illini Union Board, Student Senate l3, 41, Delta Phi Alpha, Der Deutsche Verein, Illini Union Board, Public Serv- ice l3, 415 Recreation l3, 41, University Chorus I2, 31, Production Stott, "Carmen", "lolanthe", "Love Rides the Rails", "Seventh Heaven", "The Flying Gerordos", W.A.T.C.5 Student Coun- cil, McKinley Foundation Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key BETTY JANE CARLSON ...,.,. .... S ycamore Education English Alpha Phi Zeta Phi Eta, Delta Sigma Rhog Kappa Delta Pi, Debate Team Honors Day 141 Northern Illinois State Teachers College ELDEN GUNNARD CARLSON .... ...Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Navy V-I2 A.S.M.E. HELEN MAE CARR ...,,...,, ...Scales Mound Commerce Management Accountancy Clubp Phi Chi Theta, W.A,T.C. NAOMI CARR ...,.......,.....,.... Greenup Liberal Arts and Sciences English Blackburn Universityg Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College 34 . , , 4- .U ,ef t 3. 9 : 4' :-It-:Z ROLAND POLK CARREKER, JR., Birmingham, Alu. Engineering Metallurgy Pi Kappa Alpha American Society for Metals, lnterfraternity Coun- cil l41g Navy Band l31g Navy V-I2 Tulane University, University of Alabama JAMES JOSEPH CARRIGAN, Queens Village, N. Y. Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.g Newman Club University of Dayton AMY LOU CHAILLAND ....... ...Kennett Education English Delta Delta Delta Lindenwood College MELVIN COLEMAN CHANEY .... . . .Wheaton Engineering Engineering Physics Phi Eta Sigma, Wesley Foundation Honors Day ll, 21 PAULINE CHELEMER ................, Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Reutha Spanish Clubp Orchesis, Production Staff, "Romeo and JuIiet"5 Hillel Foundation Herzl Junior College ALTA CHIPPS ....,...,.,.....,,.,. La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Pi Beta Phi Y.W.C.A. Cabinet H1 lindenwood College VIRGINIA CHOUINARD ............ Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Chi Omega Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Club, The lllio l217 W.A.A. Honors Day l2, 31 DePauw University EMILY BARTOSZEK CHRISTIAN ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Hillcrest Wilson Junior College VALERIE WEST CHRISTIANSEN ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Omicron Pi Arepa, Mask and Bauble, The Daily Illini Ill, Womon's League Ill, Theatre Guild ll, 2, 3I: Production StatT, "Flying Gerardos", "Iolanthe", "Nothing Ventured", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End" .IEANNETTE CHUMBLEY . ,....,...., Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences History Chi Omega President, Y.W.C.A., Chairman, Y.W.C.A. Doll Show l3l, Pan Hellenic Council l3l, Womon's League ll, 21, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ll, 2, 3, 41, Student Religious Council HI ELAINE CAROLINE CHURAN .......,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Leeman Lodge VIVIAN ROSYLYN CIRLIN .... Miami Beach, Fla.' liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Epsilon Phi Miami University LOLA GERTRUDE CLARK ......., Mount Sterling Journalism News and Editorial McKinley Hall Theta Sigma Phi, The Daily Illini lll, W.A.A., W.A.A. Numerals, Executive Council, W.G.S. l3l, First Council, W.G,S. l3, 41, W.A.T.C. Honors Day III SUE CLARK ..,.........,..., . . .Pano Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Chi Omega Cast, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", "Twelfth Night", Production Staff, "The Warrior's Huse band", "Guest in the House" MocMurray College, Northwestern University JACK HUSTON CLATFELTER. ,. .... Peoria Commerce Management Sigma Chi The lllio l2l, Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad, Varsity Tennis Squad l2l, Varsity Tennis Letter l2l, Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad, Inter- fraternity Council Ml University of Michigan NORMAN LEE COCHRAN ..... .... A lton Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Shurtleft College ,rl-Q tbl' -Q- JULIETTE ADELE CODERRE ..., ...Saint Anne Education History Alpha Xi Delta Mortar Board, Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chair- man, Illini Union, Student Senate ldl, Arepa, Mask and Bauble, Shi-Ai, The Illio l2I, Pane Hellenic Council ISI, Woman's League lil, Pro- duction Stalit, "Arms and the Man", "Claudia", "Pinafore", "Pride and Preiudice", "Roddi- gore", Student Activity Executive Board l3l Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Schol- arship Key CMMA LOU COLAW ........ .... A tlonta Agriculture Teacher's Training Hurd Hall Home Economics Club, The Daily Illini l4l, The Agriculturist l4l, Production StaH, "The Warrior's Husband" Illinois State Normal University LOUISE ANNE COLE .............. Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Chi Omega Sigma Delta Rho, Zeta Phi Eta, The Daily Illini lil, Waman's League Ill, WILL, Debate Team I3, 4I Honors Day Ill SYLVIA MARTIN CONDE ...,........ Oak Park liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Gamma Woman's League lll Washington University MARY SUE CONGLETON ....., .... P esotum Agriculture Clothing and Textiles Bethany Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day lll MARTHA CORKERY ............. ...Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences German Delta Phi Alpha, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l3l, Star Course l2l, Production Stott, "Carmen", Ger- man Club Honors Day l2, 31 RICHARD DONALD CRAWFORD.. .Mount Carmel Engineering Electrical Enginering Illini Hall A.I.E.E. LEWIS ALAN CREA .......,...... Penn, Idaho Engineering Civil Engineering Navy V-I2 Phi Eta Sigma, Navy Band Montana School of Mines, University of Idaho " I I 5 V. ,. F, 6 ,W -"V,-l Y. gif I -ill . ,ll if 4 . A MARY JANET CREGO ..,.. ,....,... . .Plaintield Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Society of Illustrators l3, 41, The Daily Illini Il, 21, Woman's League ll, 215 Production Stall, 'tRose Marie" WINIFRED AMELIA CROOKSTON ..., Springhelcl Journalism Advertising Welsh House Springfield Junior College JACQUELINE NELL CROWE ..., Pano Agriculture Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Clubg W.A.A.: Production Slali, "La Boheme", "The Women" James Millikin University CLAUDINE ELEANOR CROZIER ..,,.. Greeiville Journalism Editorial Greenville College ARTHUR HALLUM CRUM ...........,.. Sorento Education Physical Education for Men History Illini Veterans Butler Universityp Greenville College JEAN ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM ...,.... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences History Forest Hall First Council, W.G.S. l41 Wilson Junior College PHYLLIS CUNNINGHAM ...,..,.. Martinsville Education Physical Education Chez Nous Torchg Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Nu, Terropin, W.A.A., W.A.A. Numeralsg Moior lg Independent Council 131, Physical Education Ma- ior Club Honors Day ll, 21 AUDREY RUTH CZECH ..,......,.... Kenilworth Liberal Arts and Sciences History Delta Gamma W.A.A. Stephens College 36 - Ei " ' x l 'X it Q Q .. "','f' A V - , , ' I , 1, -in ,,.R .,, v f ii ,, I i i: Y- I ELIZABETH ANN DARRAH .,... ,... O ok Park Journalism Advertising Alpha Phi The Daily Illini l2, 311 First Council, W.G.5. l41g Production Stafl, "The Women" DePauw University BOBBIE JEAN DAVIDSON ,..... Little Rock, Ark. Education English Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l31, University Chorus I31 Little Rack Junior College MARIAN JOYCE DAVIDSON.,.Little Rack, Ark. Commerce Management Alpha Xi Delta Little Rack Junior Co"cge WINIFRED MAE DEAL ,, ........ Marrisonville Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics A-H House HELEN JEAN DEES .........,...,.... Vandalia liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Pi Beta Phi Stephens College ARLIN MARION DEHR .,..........,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Presbyterian Hall Northwestern University DONALD AUSTIN DELANEY Grand Rapids, Mich. Engineering Electrical Engineering Navy V-I2 Eta Kappa Nug A.I.E.E., Tribe ot Illini, Varsity Basketball Squad ll, 2, 317 Letter ll, 21 University of Detroit JOSEPHINE MAY DEPKE ...... ...Danville Commerce Accountancy McKinley Hall Phi Chi Thetap The Daily Illini U17 First Coun- cil, Waman's League l21 ERNA ELEANOR DE SOLLAR. . . . . .Beardstown Education English La Treinta University Chorus l31 Stephens College HAZEL LOUISE DE WALL ...... . ....... Melvin Agriculture Hospital Dietetics and Institutional Management Cagle Hall . , .N Home Economics Club: First Council, W.G.S. ' ., ,L l3, 41, Phi Upsilon Omicron 'I 1575 ROGELIO DIAZ .......... Panama City, Panama Fine and Applied Arts Architecture - Alpha Sigma Phi Interfraternity Council l3, 41 Catholic University of America DOROTHY PAY DIBBLE... .... Arlington Heights ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Mensen Manor Psi Chip Wesley Foundation Central Y.M.C.A. College HARRY KINGSLEY DIEHL .....,.... Gibson City Engineering Civil Engineering Navy V-12 Antioch College ELIZABETH RAMEL DILLARD ......,..., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Pi Deltag Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Club: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Wilson Junior College ROBERT KEITH DIVALL ..... .... B ensenville Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club, Alpha Kappa Psi Honors Day l31 BARBARA JEAN DOERING ..... . . .East Peoria .lournalism Editorial The lllio H15 The Daily Illini ll, 217 Y.W. . . Cabinet i317 Production Staff, "La Boheme" "The Women" - Alpha Omicron Pi A V si, , ZETA MARY DOMGALL ,.,.. .......... D anville Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Chalanda Alpha Pi Delta, First Council, W.G.S. l3, 41 SHIRLEY BERNICE DOPPELT ......,.,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology W.A.A.y W.A.Ai Numerolsg Woman's League U15 First Council, W.G.S. l41p Student Council, Hillel Foundation MILDRED RUTH DORCH ....... ...Dallas City Agriculture Foods Vanlig Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day U1 OLGA CATHERINE DREWNICKY ........ Chicago Commerce Commercial Teaching Wyngate Production Staff, "King Lear", "The Warriors Husband" Wright Junior College MARY LOUISE DRUM ....... . .. .... Decatur Journalism Editorial Alpha House Tarchp Sports Editor, The Daily Illini, University Chorus II1, Student Religious Council H17 Stu- dent Council, University Baptist Church ll, 2, 3, 41 Honors Day U1 HELENE DRUSCH ......... . . .Lincolnwood Education Biology Alpha Xi Delta Pan-Hellenic Council l21 Grinnell College DEAN MYRON DUBOFF ...,.... ,... P eoria Engineering Civil Engineering Navy V-I2 Sigma Tau: A.S.C.E.g Cast, "Claudia", "Romeo and JuIiet"g Pierrotsp Production Staff, "Guest in the House", "Barchester Towers" Honors Day II1 VERJEAN HAZEL DUERINGER. . . .... Elgin Education English Twin Gables Star Course U1 Northern Illinois State Teachers College 37 HARRIETT EVELYN DUGAN. .. ..,. Hinsdale Education English Alpha Omicron Pi Spanish Club DePauw University MARJORIE PEARCE EARLE ........,. Champaign Physical Education Physical Education Chi Omega Mortar Board: Torch: Alpha Pi Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu: W,A.A,: W,A,A. Numerals: Maior l Honors Day 131 LAVINA EDNA EBERHART .... ...Cissna Park Agriculture Hospital Dietetics and Institutional Management Achaea Phi Upsilon Omicron: German Club: Home Eco- nomics Club Honors Day 1I1 LYDA MAE ECKE ................... Vandalia Liberal Arts and Sciences English Leeman Lodge Torch: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Executive Council, W.G.S. 131: Women's Glee Club 131: University Chorus 131: Production Staff, "Heaven Can Wait" Honors Day 1l, 21 LAWRENCE JOHN EDWARDS .,...,.. Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma Phalanx: Alpha Tau Sigma: Illini Veterans: Sec' ond Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day 13, 41 HELEN VIRGINIA EISENBRANDT ...... Ptainlield Education Elementary Education McKinley Hall Northern Illinois State Teachers College KATHARINE EMMELINE EISNER ....,.. Roclrlord Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Kappa Alpha Theta Sarah Lawrence College BARBARA LEE ELLIS ,,........... Clayton, Mo, Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Kappa Karma Gamma Psi Chi: The Daily Illini 121: Production Statil, "Heaven Can Wait", "He Who Gets Stopped", "Nothing Ventured", "Ruddigore" Honors Day 131 Washington University 38 2 4 A Frlz. W, ., . V Y s wp- It K 1 ll: L ARDIS ILENE ELLRICH ........ .... M oweaqua Commerce Accountancy Hillcrest Alpha Lambda Delta: Accountancy Club: Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Chi Theta: Bronze Tablet Honors Day ll, 2, 31: University of Illinois Schol- arship Key i HERSCHELL GENE EMERY .... Mt. Vernon, Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Sigma Nu Phi Eta Sigma: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Golf Squad 121: Letter 131 Honors Day 131 University ol Oklahoma DOROTHY ANN EMSING .............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Chi Omega Psi Chi: Woman's League ll, 21: Illini Union Board, War Service 121: W.A.T.C. 121: Produc- tion Staff, "Flying Germans", "lolanthe", "La Boheme", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End" Honors Day 121 ELAINE JANET EPSTEIN ............,. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau Alpha Kappa Delta University ol Texas MARIE ESROM ....................., Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Music Pri-Der Sigma Alpha Iota: Women's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41: University Chorus 12, 3, 41: W.A.T.C. PHYLLIS FALSTEIN ......... .,.. C hicago Education English Ivria Production Staff, "Warrior's Husband": Senior Council, Hillel Foundation 141 Wright Junior College RUTH ELAINE FARHA ................, Quincy liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha House Quincy College BETTY JEAN FARLEY ,............... Chatham Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish La Treinta Accountancy Club: Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: First Council, W.G,S.: Illini Union Board, Social Dancing 141 Blackburn College MARGARET ANN FARR .......... ...Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Music Alpha Pi Delta, Arepo, Der Deutsche Verein, Sigma Alpha Iota, W.A.T.C., Illini Theatre Guild Board, Star Course IZI, Women's Glee Club 13, dl, University Chorus ll, 2, 3, 41, Cast, "La Boheme", "Pinatore", "Ruddigore" Honors Day l3l JEAN DOROTHY FINGER .....,. Downers Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences General Warner Hall Alpha lambda Delta, First Council, W.G.S. i3l Honors Day ll, 2, 3l, University of Illinois Scholarship Key FRANCIS ELMER FISCHER ........... Waukegan r ig. 32 if All Liberal Arts and Sciences 744 Chemistry Fi Dell Hall Honors Day l3l PHYLLIS DRENNAN FISH ...,. ...Taylarville Journalism Advertising Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Senate l3, 41, Theta Sigma Phi, Woman's League Ill, The Daily Illini ui Honors Day ill EDITH FISHER .....,................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Reutha Alpha Kappa Delta Wright Junior College JOHN THOMAS FISHER ........ .... A lton Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. EARL WILLIAM FLEMING... ...La Grange Commerce Management Acacia Accountancy Club, Cavalry Otticers Club, Persh- ing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, lnterfraternity Council Ml, Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade, Illini Veterans PAUL LEWIS FLUM .......... .... O ak Park Commerce Management Lambda Chi Alpha Student Senate l3l, lnterfraternity Council l2, 31 4 Z,, j,fQrf 1- , ,E ' I X335 Q 'mv cfs f-- 1-51,- -, W -,ss vs-C s -- 51 ' s .K'fii.',IE1.'-if T 4512.- P'-2 .tc in 5 R , Sl -.A I : In - I WIS' ' - ,-ss, -f .r :' , J-vs-,.' Q ., , ff ,,,.,. '63 ROBERT JOHN FOECKING ..,.. ...Galena Engineering Civil Engineering Navy V-I2 A.S.C.E. JOHN RICHARD FOLLMER ............. Pontiac Commerce Management and Marketing Accountancy Club, Alpha Kappa Psi Blackburn College ELLEN ELIZABETH FORNEY .,.. Agriculture . . . .Varna General Home Economics AVH House Woman's League lil, Home Economics Club, McKinley Foundation ROBERT WORRINGTON FOUTS Indianapolis, Ind. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Beta Theta Pi Pi Tau Sigma, A,S.M.E. MARJORIE EILEEN FOX .,.......... East Alton Liberal Arts and Sciences English Literature Bethany MacMurray College BETTY LOU FREDRICKSON ...,.. Roseau, Minn. Agriculture Institutional Management Westaire Home Economics Club, Women's Glee Club l2l St. Olaf College DOROTHY CRAWFORD FREEMAN ...,... Urbana Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Phi Home Economics Club, Shi-Ai, W.A.A. ll, 2, 3l, Woman's League lil FLORINE FREEMAN ....... .... C hicago Education General Science Hoste House The Daily Illini 12, 31, Executive Council, W,G.S. l3l, First Council, W.G.S. 131, The Spanish Club 39 PATRICIA MILLER FREYMAN .... ...Kincaid Journalism Editorial Delta Zeta Mortar Boardp Torchg Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Pi, Assistant Editor, The Daily lllinig Stu- dent Senate idlg Theta Sigma Phi Honors Day 12, 31 Purdue University ALICE RUTH GABEL. ..,.,.... West Allis, Wis. Liberal Arts ond Sciences English llliana Monmouth College DORIS MARIE GANSON ...... .... H avana Agriculture Home Economics 4-H House Home Economics Club LUCILLE GARNITZ ,.,.....,......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Reutha Woman's league ill, Hillel Foundation 141 Wright Junior College ANN GARRIGAN ...,.....,... .... G alva Agriculture Home Economics A-H House Home Economics Club: W.A.A.p Production Staff, "Pride and Preiudice," "Goodbye Again" ANN ELIZABETH GERBER .... .... R obinson Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Production Stott, "Barchester Towers" New Jersey College for Women, University of Wisconsin JUNE WINIFRED GESKE. .. ,........ Woodstock Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medical Les Amies Der Deutsche Vereing W.A.A.p Wesley Guild MARGARET ADELINE GETTY ..... . . .Hampshire Agriculture Home Economics Rustic Lodge The Daily Illini l4lg W.A.A. 40 W 'i .- N he Q C ur h-1,,..s . X X- L v Bs r- S m JOHN JACOB GIACHETTO ,......... Wilsonville Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pip Sigma Taug A.l.Ch.E.p Phi lambda Upsilon Honors Day il, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key OPAL RUTH GIBSON .........,,. Mount Carmel Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Stratford House French Club Southern Illinois Normal University GERALDINE JANET GILCHRIST ,,...,.. Elmhurst Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Zeta Tau Alpha Society oi lllustratorsp Womon's League ill: Illini Union Board, Recreation lilly Production Stah, "Claudia", "Guest in the House" RICHARD IRA GILFORD ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Granada Club Honors Day ill MARY ELIZABETH GILLHOUSE .... ...Quincy Education Lowell House MacMurroy College lORl HARRIET GITLITZ .....,......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology l-loste House Alpha Kappa Delta: Psi Chip Hillel Founda- t'on Honors Day l3l MAYORA JUNE GITLITZ ............,. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Keeler House First Council, W.G.S. i2lg Student Council, Hillel Foundation i2, 3, 41 GLADYS MIRIAM GITTLEMAN .... Louisville, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Epsilon Phi W.A.A.g Hillel Foundation Vanderbilt University HELEN CECILE GLENN ...... ...Chicago Journalism Editorial Bethany Theta Sigma Phi Wright Junior College MURIEL JOY GOLDMAN .............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Phi Sigma Sigma The Daily Illini l21 JEAN MARGARET GOLDSMITH Fart Wayne, Ind. Education Chemistry Iota Chi Indiana University NAOMI LOIS GOULD ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics Sigma Delta Tau The Illia l21: The Daily Illini ll, 21: Woman's League U1 ELIZABETH DIAN GOULET ....,....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Chi Omega Zeta Phi Eta: Newman Club: Cast, "The War- rior's Husband": Production Stafi, "Claudia", "Barchester Towers", "H.M,S. Pinafare", "Twelfth Night": WILL Mt. Saint Scholastica PEGGY ANN GRAHAM ............... Macomb Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Pi Beta Phi Torch: Shi-Ai: The Illio ll, 2, 31: Woman's League ll1 MARY PAULINE GRAVES ........... Champaign Commerce Commercial Teaching Accountancy Club: Phi Chi Theta: W.A.A.: Wo' man's League l'l1: Marketing Club Honors Day l31 JULIA EVELYN GRAVIT ..........,. Springfield Agriculture Nutrition Shawnee Bradley Polytechnic Institute fm ,A el f X DONALD GREG GREENWOOD ........ Wilmette Education English Phi Delta Theta Ma-Wan-Da: Phi Eta Sigma: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Football Squad l3, 41: Letter I3, 41: Varsity Track Squad l3, 41: Letter l41: lnterfra- ternity Council l3, 41: Illini Veterans Honors Day ll, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key University of Missouri ELEANORE MEYER GREENWOOD ........ Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Shawnee House Pi Mu Epsilon: Honors Day l31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Joliet Junior College JANE BICKEL GREENWOOD ..,... .... C hicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Kappa Kappa Gamma Torch: Psi Chi: The lllio ll, 2, 31: Womun's League lI1 Honors Day l31 FRED RICHARD GRISAK .....,.... Dayton, Ohio Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi A,I.E.E.: Varsity Wrestling Squad l2, 41 University of Dayton JAMES MARCUS GRISWOLD ........ Blue Mound Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Chairman, Student War Chest Drive l41: Chair- man, Victory Ball: Student Alumni Association l31: Men's Glee Club l21: Illini Veterans: Stu- dent Council, Wesley Foundation I3, 41 Kemper Military School: Northwestern Univer- sity ANNE LOUISE GROVER ............. Ottawa Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Kappa Alpha Theta Woman's League ll1: Illini Union Board, Public Service l2, 31: Y.W,C.A. Cabinet ll, 2, 31: Production Staff, "No, No, Nanette", "Seventh Heaven" Honors Day l31 BETTY JANE GUGLER ......,..,...... Wheaton Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish and Education Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Pi Delta: The Daily Illini l2, 31: W.A.A. LaCrosse State Teacher's College JEANNE MITCHELL GULLETT .,......... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences History Kappa Alpha Theta The Illia l21 lasell Junior College 41 SARAH ourr GWLNN ........... Louisville, icy. . V 4 fl, Agriculture I Home Ecanamics ii I' V Delta Zeta 1' K it Purdue University 4 ' ' 9 ' if I --A -A. I -,: N. Q. its.-Q 22 . EDWIN HENRY HAAS.. ..Jamavca, N. Y. Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.5 Newman Club University of Dayton DONALD LEON HAFLIGER .... ..,Taylorville Commerce Management Accountancy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psi 4.1 A, .. Q A .. in A L P - r i f f ' .5 155 . ' K LS HARRY DONALD HALLBERG ..,... Orange, N, J. Engineering General Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Pershing Riliesg Star and Scroll: Illinois Tech- nograph lily lnterfraternity Council I3, Alg Cheerleader Mig Navy V-12 DONALD WILSON HAMER ,... .,.. is yrcn , . -Y E rl- " 5 Engineering .4 2" ii". 1 ' ,j A if Ceramic Engineering L - J' Q 't ' 3535- Triangle is. .V ,Su " Tau Beta Pi- Keramos- Sigma Taur Phi Eta 'I I X ' ' ' . iEg.,1f-+ - Warn P Sigmap American Ceramic Society: Cast, "Minh 4 gl. M L f of a Nation"p V-I2 marching unit .. -I Honors Day ll, 2, 3ly University ol Illinois F C I' Scholarship Key A Y A tggff ' Q iff. if .3-f - is-rv. .1 -,J A PAUL EUGENE HAMER ....... ..., O ak Park Engineering General Engineering A.S.C,E,p Pershing Riflesg Technogroph Mig Tribe of Illinig Varsity Track Squad, Letter 131 RACHEL REBECCA HAMLIN .......,.,., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Petite Maison University Chorus l3l Northwestern University KENNETH HANKS ......,.,...., . . .Raymond Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A.I.E.E.p Varsity Wrestling Squad Mig Men's Glee Club l3lg Navy V-l2g Chief Illiniwek K. 42 9:3 , ' Q ,- wiv ,gf - V PATRICIA ANN HANNAN .......... ..Evanslon Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Gamma Phi Beta Women's Glee Club Hi Western College ALICE JEANNE HARMON ..,.. ...Monica Journalism Advertising Mensen Manor Kappa Tau Alphag Theta Sigma Phi Rosary College WINNIE HARMON ..,...,........... Lebanon Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology McKinley Hall Alpha Sigma Nup W.A,A.g W.A,A. Numeralsp Iflaior l Honors Day ll, 31 MARIANNA HARPER ,. ..,..,....., Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences English Pi Beta Phi W.A.A.3 Woman's League Ill CORINNE MARION HARVEY ..,.. .... C hicaga Education Biological Science Delta Sigma Theta Central Y,M.C.A. College MARGARET JEAN HARVEY ,.........,. Manteno Agriculture General Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta First Council, W.G.S. l3, Aly Home Economics Clubg Production StaFf, "Twelfth Night" Knox College CAROL IRENE HASEMEYER .... ...Yorkville Commerce Accountancy Welsh House Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key EDMOND KEITH HATCH ...... .... M aywood Engineering Mechanical Engineering The Unknowns GRACE CLARA HATCHER ..... ...Evanston Commerce Accountancy Gamma House Alpha Pi Delta, Phi Chi Theta, W.A.A., W.A.A. Numerals, First Council, W.G.S. I41, Production Staff, "Heaven Con Wait", "Rope's End", "The Women" Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key MARGARET JACKSON HATCHER, New Haven, Conn, Journalism Advertising Zeta Tau Alpha Theta Sigma Phi University of Connecticut RUTH GRACE HAUSER ...,.., ,...... L itchtielcl Liberal Arts and Sciences English Achaea McKendree College, Georgia State Womon's College MARIAN LOUISE HAZEN .............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Alpha Gamma Delta Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Women's Glee Cluh 121, University Chorus L31 DONNA JANE HAYDEN ...... ,. .Grant Pork Education Art Society of Illustrators Rockford College, Blackburn College GWYNETH HARTMAN HEATH .... .... E lgin Agriculture Dietetics Russet Lodge Home Economics Club, The Daily Illini 141, W.A.A. S ELAINE GRACE HEDGES ...,.... Wichita, Kan. Commerce Public Attairs Kappa Alpha Theta Director of Dances, Illini Union Board Tulane University CAROL LOUISE HEDRICK, Grand Rapids, Mich. Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design McKinley Hall W.A.A.: W.A.A. Numerals, Maior I, Production Staff, "Carmen", "Flying Gerardos", "Love Rides the RaiIs" ' . . if 'Ik 1 -'::'23' " "D+ ,. "iw, eliz zi' I - - ,::- 2, , ASM, L at fs. us., . I PAUL EDWARD HEESCHEN .... Davenport, Iowa Commerce Accountancy Cosmopolitan Club Alpha Kappa Psi, Accountancy Club, Intertra- ternity Council l41 Honors Day II1 University of Iowa ROBERT FELIX HELMREICH. ..,..,.,.., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Sigma Nu Gamma Delta, WILL Morgan Park Junior College NORMA JOAN HERTENSTEIN .... Mount Vernon Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Alpha Delta Pi Women's Glee Club 12, 31, University Orchestra l2, 3, 41, University Chorus l31, Orchesis Honors Day l31 MocMurray College THELMA HERTZ ..................... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Leeman Lodge Honors Day I31 Wright Junior College PAULINE LOUISE HESSELSCHWERDT. . . .Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology WILLIAM BRUCE HICKS ....... , . .Dayton, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Sigma Pi A.I,Ch.E. University at Dayton MARTHA ELLEN HIETT ,............. Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Chi Omega Woman's League KI1, Illini Union Board, Loyal- ties 121, Star Course I2, 31, Production Stott, "Carmen", "Flying Gerardos", "Kiss the Boys Goodbye", "Out of the Frying Pan", Concert and Entertainment Board l41, Secretary-Treasurer, Freshman Class MARILYNN HIGHT .............. Mount Auburn Journalism Editorial and Reporting McKinley Hall Kappa Tau Alpha, Theta Sigma Phi Honors Day I31 43 FRANK JOHN HILL ..,....,.. ...Princeville Commerce Management Alpha Chi Rho Accountancy Club, Alpha Kappa Psi5 Marketing Club5 Pershing RifIes5 lnterfraternity Council l415 Illini Veterans JOANNE HUTCHINSON HILLS .,..... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Della Gamma Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda DeIta5 Student Senate l3, 415 W.A,A,5 Pan-Hellenic Council l2, 315 Woman's League ll, 215 Star Course l21g Production StalT, "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End", "Two an an lsland"5 Student AFlairs Committee l41 Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key GERTRUDE MADELINE HIRSCH ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Locke Manor Production Staff, "Twelfth Night"5 Cast, "The Warrior's Husband" Morgan Park Junior College PATRICIA ANN HOBSON. ,... .... R antaul Education Home Economics Phi Omega Pi Home Economics Club Hardin Junior College BEATRICE HOFFMAN .....,.,........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Reenah Wilson Junior College JEAN MARY HOFFMAN .,..... ...Rockford Journalism Advertising Alpha Gamma Delta Torch5 Theta Sigma Phi5 The Daily Illini l21, Cast, "Mirth of a Nation" Blackburn College PHYLLIS HOFFMAN ................. Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Phi W.A.A.5 Student Alumni Association5 Woman's League l21 Northwestern University CONSTANCE BURDELLE HOGANSON ..,.. Morris Liberal Arts and Sciences French Kappa Alpha Theta University Chorus l31 Lindenwood College 44 l ,- J s ,N QYV-lik S fi Q BERNICE JANE HOLLMANN.. .Larchmant, N. Y. Journalism Advertising Alpha Chi Omega The lllio ll, 2, 315 Woman's League ll, 215 University Chorus H1 MARION JULIA HOLMBECK ........... Rockford Physical Education Physical Education lor Women Westaire W.A.A,5 W.A,A. Numerals5 Physical Education Maiors Club St. Olaf College BETTY ELLEN HOLMSTROM ,.,........ Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Kappa Gamma MacMurray College GORDON CROME HORTIN ,... ...Albion Commerce Accountancy Delta Chi ' Star and Scroll5 Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad5 Varsity Basketball Squad l2, 3, 415 Varsity Basketball letter I31 ELIZABETH KAY HOUSE ............... Payson Liberal Arts and Sciences English and Spanish Kappa Kappa Gamma Associate Editor, The Daily Illini5 Spanish CIub5 Sigma Delta Pi Stephens College MARY ELOISE HOWLEY ............... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Onondaga Women's Glee Club 141 St. Francis College PATRICIA JEAN HUELBIG ............. Marissa Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Leeman Lodge Arepo5 Sigma Alpha Iota5 Woman's League H15 First Council, W.G.S. l315 Women's Glee Club lfl, 415 University Chorus l3, 415 Production Staff, "Carmen", "H.M.S. Pinalore": Wesley Foundation Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ALVA JEANNETTE HUELSEN ........... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Lambda DEITU5 Iota Sigma Pi5 The Illio ll, 215 Woman's league II1 Honors Day l'l1 HARVEY LOUIS HURWITZ ..... Rochester, N. Y. Commerce Marketing and Management Accountancy Club, Illini Veterans TOBY MATILDA IGLER .......... .... C hicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Reutha Mask and Baubleg Cast, "Cloudia"y Production Staff, "Guest in the House", "Barchester Towers", "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband", Illini Theatre Guild ll, 2, 317 Senior Council, Hillel Foundation l41 Herzl Junior College LORRAINE JANE ILLICH ........,.... Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Stratford House Alpha Lambda Delta, Mask and Baublep Arepo, Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubp First Council, W.G.S. i415 Production Staff, "Claudia", "Heaven Can Wait", "Pride and Preiudice", "The Warrior's Husband", "The Women" Honors Day II1 ANNETTE JANE INGRAM ........... Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Leeman Lodge Honors Day l31 BETTY ELEANOR ISAACS ..., ..,. H avana Education English Alpha Xi Delta President, Pan-Hellenic Council, Pan-Hellenic Council I3, 41, Illini Union Board l41 MacMurray College KATHLEEN SWINGLEY JACKSON ....... Urbana Agriculture Home Economics I MARSHALL ROBERT JACOBS. ., .,.,.. Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Navy V-I2 JERALD FRANCIS JAEGER .... ...Freeport Engineering Mechanical Engineering Triangle A.S.M.E.y lst Regimental Band i215 2nd Regi- mental Band II1 dvi" -use X . A s -at' ag Vic SSE? l x. is , Y Y f ' Y-' M. ef" ,c WR' n s X if -.- x R X .1 pike: a lt, 40. X .L r'N5Ea::.z5-1E:'222:Q - JOHN URBAN JEFFRIES ......,. ...Charleston Engineering Electrical Engineering Club Chalmers A.I.E.E.g Syntonp Illini Veterans Eastern Illinois State Teachers College IDITH GRACE JENKINS ........... River Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences History Pi Beta Phi Student Senate l31g Illini Union Board, War Service l31p Y.W.C.A., Freshman Cabinet ll1 Honors Day l31 MARION EDITH JENKINS ,......... Fark Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Delta Gamma Assistant Business Manager, The Illio, Alpha Fi Delta l2, 315 Spanish Club, Production Staff, "La Boheme", "The Women" Honors Day l2, 31 De Pauw University HARLEIGH DREWER JOHNS... ...Rockford Agriculture Rural Sociology Agricultural Club, Rural Life Clubp The Agri- cu'turaIist l3, 415 Wesley Foundation MARY LEE JOHNS .... ,............ M etropolis Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Alpha Omicron Pi lindenwaod College CAROL LOUISE JOHNSON ......... East Moline Fine and Applied Arts Music Alpha Delta Pi Sigma Alpha Iota, Pan Hellenic Council l3, 41: Women's Glee Club lfl, 415 University Chorus l3, 41 Honors Day l31 Augustana College DOLORES HELEN JOHNSON .... ...Rockford Education Art Alpha Phi Illinois State Normal University FLORENCE JOHNSON ..... West Hartford, Conn. Journalism Advertising Hurd Hall Spanish Club, The Daily Illini M15 Production Staff, "The Warrior's Husband" University of Connecticut 45 LAURABELLE JOHNSON .....,..,., Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Mensen Manor Southern Illinois Normal University MARENA JOSEPHINE JOHNSON ,..., ., Aledo Liberal Arts and Sciences History Chez Nous Home Economics Clubp W.A.A. SUZANNE LORETTA JOHNSON .,..., Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Leeman lodge Eureka College VIRGINIA CLARE JOHNSON .....,.... Donovan Liberal Arts and Sciences English Gamma House W.A.A.g W,A.A. Numeralsg Executive Council, W.G.S. l4Ig Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Warrior's Husband" Blackburn College VIRGINIA EDITH JOHNSON ,.....,.... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Delta Delta The mio il, 21 JUNE LORETTA JOHNSTON .,,.... .... E uclrley Agriculture Home Economics Education Collegienne Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilan Omicron BEATRICE MARGARET JONES ....,... Taylorville Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Chi Omega The Illio I2I Stephens College BEVERLY MAE JONES .,..,.... .. ,Evanston Journalism Advertising Alpha Chi Omega Theta Sigma Phig The Illio l2l De Pouw University 46 Axe Af ,W ' ss.. . ye J P I 'Vi -'i Qs Y 3 A iui iq All .. K-2 rg' I , , X Q x vm. 4. EV..-iv fi ELMER JONES .....................,. Benton Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology The Mansion Honors Day IZI NANCY GAINES JONES .......,..,.... Buffalo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Pi Beta Phi MacMurray College NORMAN BLAIR JONES ,...... ,,.Eosr Alton Engineering Civil Engineering Tau Bela Phig A.S.C.E, Blackburn College ELLEN CAROL JORDAN ,,.......... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Fehner House Der Deutsche Verein Il, 21 DORIS ANNE JUDSON ...... ,....... O ak Park Education General Education Alpha Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pig Pi Mu Epsilang Star Course l3l Honors Day I3l Carleton College MAURICE KAHN .................... ,Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences English Phi Eta Sigmap Omega Beta Pig Cast, "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband" RITA ANN KAIN .........,........., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Forest Hall Production StaH, "Borchester Towers" De Paul University DOROTHY MARIE KAISER .......... Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Painting ond Illustration Society of Illustratorsg Orchesis ETTA MARGUERITE KALLSTROM ...... La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Trelawney W.A.T.C. North Park Junior College DONALD VINCENT KANE ..... .... C hampaign Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Spanish Club University ot Notre Dame MAURINE LUCILLE KANTNER ....... Shelbyville Agriculture General Home Economics Co-Lini SOLOMON KASPIN ...,......,.,.... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Physics Navy V-I2 Northwestern University: Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, Wright Junior College CLARICE KATZ ....,........ New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Reutha Orchesisp Hillel Foundation Hunter College LOIS LUCENE KEEFER ........... Green Valley Agriculture Institutional Management Leeman Lodge Home Economics Club, Women's Glee Club ll, 2, 3l ' ELIZABETH RUTH KEEFREY ..... ...Chicago Journalism Advertising Alpha Omicron Pi The Daily Illini lllg Woman's League lil, Gymkana DOROTHY FLORENCE KELLEY ,...... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Fi Beta Phi Terraping W.A.A.g Chairman, Y.W.C.A, Mum Drive l3l: Womurfs League ill: Y.W,C.A. Cabi- net l3l be Q 'It' 1 "Q -1...-1, W, 0 'Q if ' 'Q ef SEN 'Ye 4 'Q' 'Q' ,- 'UN 4' we VIRGINIA KENDALL ................ Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Kappa Alpha Theta Student Senate IAI, Pan-Hellenic Council itil, Production Staff, "Rope's End" MacMurroy College MARY KATHRYN KENNEDY ,......... Plainfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Presbyterian Hall Alpha Kappa Deltag W.A.A.g Y.W.C.A, Cabi- net l4l Joliet Junior College VIDA MARIE KERNZ. ,....... .... O glesby Commerce Management Shawnee Phi Chi Theta LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College MARILYN JEANETTE KERR ..........,.. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Womon's League ll, 2l5 W.A,T.C.p Production Stott, "Flying Gerardos", "lolanthe", "La Boheme", "Out ol the Frying Pon" DALE ALVERT KLASSING ,.... ,..Barry Agriculture Vocational Agriculture The Agriculturist l3l Quincy College FRANCES ANN WANG KLEIN, Kansas City, Missouri Agriculture Foods and Nutrition Phi Sigma Sigma Iota Sigma Pig Omicron Nu, Pan-Hellenic Council 141, Hillel Foundation Honors Day l3lg University of Illinois Scholar- ship Key University ol Kansas City CAROL ANN KOEHLER ....,... .... U rbona Agriculture Home Economics Alcestis Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Executive Council, W.G.S. IZ. 3l Honors Day ll, 2, 3lg University of lllinofs Scholarship Key RUTH HELEN KOHLHAUFF .......,.... Sullivan Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Zeta Tau Alpha Shi-Ai: The Daily Illini l2lg W.A.A.p Fane Hellenic Council l4I5 Woman's League ill 47 HELEN KOONTZ ...,........ .,.Foirfield Agriculture Home Economics McKinley Hall W.A.A., W.A.A. Numerals MARY JEAN KORITZ .,..,..... .... R ochelle Agriculture Home Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Economics Club, Pan-Hellenic Council 131, Woman's League II1, Y,W.C.A. Cabinet l31, May Queen, I944 KLARA BELLE KOSTOFF ............ Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences English Medea French Club Purdue University RITA MAE KOWALSKI ...,......, Calumet City Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Sherwood Hall Senior Manager, Theater Guild, Arepo, Mask and Bauble, Executive Council, W.G.S. I3l, Production Staff, "Arms and the Mon", "Bor- chester Towers", "Carmen", "Claudia", "The Warrior's Husband" FELICE MARY KRAFT ................. Gilman Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry DOROTHY MAE KRELL ....,........... Chicago liberal Arts and Sciences History Chi Omega Production Staff, "Rope's End" North Park Junior College EDWIN MILFORD KRIGEI. ..... Kansas City, Mo. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Zeta Beta Tau A.S.M,E., Chairman, Summer Prom, Illini Union Board, Recreation l41 Kansas City Junior College HOWARD LYNN KUHL .,............. Nolromis Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Navy V-T2 Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day ll, 21 48 ps, ws ss., 'L T355 ' I ll' X .gss1.,sk H741 s ..,-fs.. if v O sr H M' ,, ,. .. .., r fh- , t. ,: ?'Q- ta .. 2' 'K pe-N ' ,fav ik' ' tr, z :ai " ' Wg' , -4-. Y T3 Y , xfg 5 is fs s VERNA MARIE KUHN ......,....I..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Delta Delta The Daily Illini II1, Woman's League U1, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l21, Student Alumni Asso- ciation l2, 31, Cast, "Claudia" URSULA BARBARA KUIZIN .... Journalism . . .Waverly Advertising Regena Theta Sigma Phi ll1, First Council, W.G.S. M1 Honors Day ll, 31 RUBY HELEN KURR ,,...,........... Louisville Agriculture Institutional Management Achaeo Home Economics Club, First Council, W.G,S. I41 ELEANOR MARIE LAFORGE ....... New Holland Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Shawnee Sigma Alpha Iota, Woman's League 111, Women's Glee Club ll, 2, 41, University Orches- tra ll, 2, 31, University Chorus ll, 2, 3, 41, Wesley Foundation l2, 31 Honors Day l21 VIRGINIA RUTH LAMANDIN ...,.... Springlield Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Lombardy Lodge Springfield Junior College GLADYS ELVA LAPHAM .........,.. Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Music Alpha Gamma Delta Mask and Bouble, Zeta Phi Eta, Pon-Hellenic Council I31, Women's Glee Club I3, 41, Uni- versity Chorus t31, Cast, "Arms and the Man", "Mirth of a Nation", "The Warrior's Husband", "With Discretion", Production StaH, "Guest in the House" ROBERT JOHN LA PLANTE ........ Murphysboro Engineering Civil Engineering Navy V-I2 Tau Beta Pi, Atee, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, Varsity Wrestling Squad I2, 41 Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University nf Illinois Scholarship Key MARGARET ELAYNE LAWHEAD ..... Champaign Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Agriculturist l41 Honors Day U1 1 DEVERA GEORGETTE LEAVITT ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Delano Hall W.A.A.g Woman's League lllg First Council, W.G.S. C315 Hillel Foundation HJ MARGERY LOUISE LEHN ..... . . .DuQuoin Education Speech Delta Zeta The Daily Illini lil l MclcMurray College ELISABETH ANN LEIGHLY .......,..... Rantoul Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Phi Omega Pi Delta Sigma Rhop Production Staff, "Goodbye Again" JAMES NICHOLAS LEONARD ...... Edwardsville Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Beta Theta Pi lnterfraternity Council l3l, lst Regimental Band l3l Washington University MARJORIE LOUISE LERSCH ......... Galeslaurg Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Law Delta Delta Delta Kappa Beta Pig The lllio l2l University of Iowa LORRAINE LEVIN .......... Michigan City, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Delano Hall Wnman's League l2l, First Council, W.G.S. l-il, Hillel Foundation RUTH DELORES LEVIN ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Delano Hall W.A.A.p Waman's League l2l, Star Course ll, 2, 31, Hillel Foundation, Spanish Club MARY JANE LA LIBERTE ............ La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Gamma Delta Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Lyons Township Junior College x X ..,.- - ,.,,: , -. ' LILLIAN MARGARUITA LIDEN ....... Villa Pork Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Delta The lllio lllg The Daily Illini Ill ROSA LEE LIEBENGOOD ...,..,. Mount Vernon Education English Fraker House Southeastern Missouri State Teachers College FRED HIGHFIELD LlNDSTROM..Bradenton, Fla. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Pi Tau Sigma CHARLOTTE FAYE LIPOFF .... Port Arthur, Tex. Education History Sigma Della Tau Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pip Student Alumni Association l3l Honors Day IZ, Ill University of Texas RUTH ELLEN LIPPMAN .......... St. Lauis, Mo. Journalism Advertising Sigma Delta Tau Theta sigma Plil, The Daily Illini ill, Pan- Hellenic Council l4l IRENE GARNET LOFFTUS ....... ,... R aseville Agriculture Hospital Dietetics McKinely Hall Home Economics Clubp Wesley Foundation PAUL LEONARD LOPINOT ...,. . ..Columbia Engineering Civil Engineering Unknowns A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilon, Freshman Varsity Base- ball Squad Honors Day l2l MARY ELIZABETH LOWER ........... Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Twin Gables Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 49 MARGARET RUTH LOWRY ........ West Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Music Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha lata I Honors Day ll, 2, 31g University ot Illinois Scholarship Key PHILIP HENRY LUFT ,........,.., .South Pekin Engineering - 'fx 5 Electrical Engineering I ' W ii H Navy V-I2 A.l.E,E. ' ', 3 , K Q gp .N , Q . ,y l , ? 5 K.. 4 M. xl 5:9 f 1.7 -Y' ' ' 'WI 1,3-FQ J l 5' 13 "2c?xlQ SHIRLEY JEAN LUNDMARK .,.,...,...., Harvey Liberal Arts and Sciences History Choctaw Thornton Junior College RODERICK JEAN LUTHER ......,. Spring Valley Commerce Accountancy Sigma Chi Phi Eta Sigmog Accountancy Clubg Y.M.C.A. Cabinet l41 Honors Day ll, 21 RUTH ELOISE LYON ............. .... A ltona Agriculture Clothing and Textiles Bethany JAMES EDWARD LYONS .,..... .... P iper City Engineering Electrical Engineering Navy V-I2 A.l.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nu Honors Day II1 ELIZABETH ASTON MACMILLAN ..,..... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Phi The Daily Illini l2, 315 Production Stott, "He Who Gets Slapped", "lolanthe", "Rope's End", "Ruddigore"g Spanish Clubp W.A.T.C. Knox College CAROLYN JANE MADERER ..... ..., H ampshire Agriculture Home Economics Welsh House Alpha Lambda Delta: Vice President, Senior Class: Alpha Pi Delta, Der Deutsch Vereing Home Economics Club: The Agriculturist l21g Star Course l21 Honors Day ll, 21 50 X G 35 l ,Ji 7 ,N A If .- 1 4, ,. ' 4.-ff, .,.. ,IW lyligl' ' .fax " , f sf I ' We T , an f ERNESTINE MAHER ..,............... Payson liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology McKinley Hall W.A.A. Iowa State College RAYMOND FREDERICK MANTHEY, JR ..... Cicero Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi A,l.E.E.g lntertraternity Council 1315 Y.M.C.A, Cabinet l3, 41 Morton Junior College PHYLLIS MERYL MARGARETTEN, Perth Amboy, N. I, Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry lvria Iota Sigma Pig Student Council, Hillel Founda- tion Honors Day l31 CHESTER DUBOIS MARQUIS ....... Bloomington Engineering General Engineering Sigma Taup Pi Tau Sigmap The Technograph l3, 41g Y.M.C.A. Cabinet l2, 3, 415 Y.M.C.A. Board at Directors H1 Honors Day l21 Illinois Wesleyan University ANNE THERESA MARTIN. .West Palm Beach, Flo, liberal Arts and Sciences History Onondaga Terraping W.A.A. Mary Washington College MARY JOSEPHINE MARTIN .... . . .Mason City Education Social Science Alpha Gamma Delta Stephens College VIVIAN MARJORIE MARX. . . 1 .... West Chicago' Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Gamma Delta Torchf Alpha lambda Deltap Senior Manager, Theater Guildg Arepag Mask and Baublep Scimi- targ Shi-Aig Sigma Delta Pig The lllio l21g Women's Glee Club U15 Production Staff, "Arms and the Man", "Claudia"g Cast and Produc- tion Stafl, "Pride and Preiudice", "TweItth Night", "The Warrior's Husband"p Cheer Leader l3l Honors Day II1 MARY ALVINA MASSEY ................ Peoria. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Welsh House Alpha Pi Delta: Psi Chi Honors Day l31 Park College MELVIN JOHN MATEYKA .......... Edwardsville Liberal Arts and Sciences History Alpha Tau Sigma, Second Lieutenant, University Brigade: Illini Veterans BETTY JANE MATHEWS ..............., Sparta Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Kappa Delta Psi Chip Pan-Hellenic Council 13, 41, Illini Union Board, Public Service 12, 31, Women's Glee Club 12, 41, University Chorus 12, 3, 41, Production Staff, "Nothing Ventured" Honors Day 12, 31 James Millikin University LORIS RUTH MATTHYS ........,....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics Presbyterian Hall Vice President, Junior Classp Founders Day Chairmanp Illini Union 12, 31, Y.W.C.A. Cabi- net 13, A1 BILLY GENE MAUZY ......,.... West Frankfort Physical Education Physical Education Chi Phi Illini Veterans Howard Payne College, North Texas State Teachers College GLORIA MITCHELL MAZZIA .... New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Choctaw First Council, W.G,S. 1415 Spanish Club Finch Junior College LORETTA MAE McCUTCHEON. .. ...Springfield Education English Medea Springfield Junior College s DOROTHY HARRIET McGORRISK, Bronxville, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics Delta Delta Delta Phi Upsilon Omicrong Shi-Ai, The lllio 111, Pan-Hellenic Council 12, 3, 41, Waman's League 111, Production Staff, "Seventh Heaven", "The Women" JANE TUTTLE McGREW ......... Detroit, Mich. Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Kappa Delta Society of Illustrators , ,S,se., X xx , av A e s 'Qi ' . A X o- .ae ' ' ' xg, " J, , m e 1 f 'S ' . .5Ef. . ' V to t.:, A sf f 43' 4 Q ll N , as ' 4 . . --3:f:s:sffm-Rf.. 1. -1- :Eg 155,- fa , -4 , .:sv1.sf,,2LeMe .W . . .:f ' - 69 9 9 'Z "" 1 df 3 l M . . .Ft ..f'3r E ., ...S DONALDA McLEAN .,....,......... Wheaton Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish University of San Antonio, North Central College PHYLLIS MARIE MCMAHON ..,. Western Springs Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Presbyterian Hall LaGrange Junior College LOIS JEAN McNAMEE ................ Danville Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Pi Delta, Waman's League 11, 21 Illinois State Normal University RICHARD JAMES MEDAL ,... Engineering .. . .Chicago Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nui Sigma Tau, Men's Glee Club 111 Honors Day 1l, 2, 31, University ot Illinois Scholarship Key MARILYN MEEK ............,...,. Carrollton Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma The Illio 131 Monticello College PEGGY MELIN .......,..... ..,Cambridge Journalism Advertising Chi Omega Associate Business Manager, The Daily Illini, Theta Sigma Phi Honors Day 12, 31 ALICE LEE MESERVE .,.,..........,. Robinson Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Chi Omega Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Deltap Sigma Delta Pig The Illio 12, 315 W.A.A., Chairman, Mother's Day 131, Illini Union, Special Affairs 12, 3, 41 Honors Day 12, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key De Pauw University LILLIAN MARIE METZ. .......... Elmwood Park Liberal Arts and Sciences General Gamma House Iota Sigma Pi 51 IDA MAE MEYER ........... .,.. M attoon Education Commerce Locke Manor Illini Union Board, Office Management l3l Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College LORRAINE MARGARET MIESCHKE ,..,.. Chicago Education Physical Education Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Pi Delta: Alpha Sigma Nug Orchesisg W.A,A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Maior I Honors Day ll, 2, 3lg University of Illinois Scholarship Key Northwestern University HELEN DEAN MILLER ....,... .... C hicago Journalism Advertising Stratford House Alpha Lambda Deltag Theta Sigma Phip Execu- tive Cauncil, W.G.S. l3l Honors Day lll WILLIAM MARTIN MILLER ....... . . .Kewanee Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Monmouth College CHARITY LAMONT MILLIGAN .......... Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Twin Gables Women's Glee Club l3J Morton Junior College BESSIE MIROSOVSKY .... ,........... C hicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Wamen's Glee Clubp University Orchestra Herzl Junior Collegep Northern Illinois State Teacher's College EDWARD T, MIYAMASU ,..... Honolulu, Hawaii Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Purdue University WILLIAM SIEPKER MOLLENHAUER ...... Quincy Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Pershing Rifles 52 wa. 3, , R -za - Q' 3 t. 151144. 'Q ,. DORIS JEAN MORAW .............. Parlr Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Division of General Studies Forest Hall Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day ll, 31 MARTHA IRENE MORDUE .......... Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Chi Omega The lllio l2j Honors Day l3l Wellesly College HELEN MAE MORGENSTERN ..... .,.. D uQuoin Education Physical Education Pri-der Alpha Fi Delta, W.A.A.p W.A.A. Numeralsp Maior lp Physical Education Maior's Club FLO NELL MORRIS ...,............. Altamont Fine and Applied Arts Art Stonehaven Society of lllustratorsg Scimitarg W.A.A.p Wo- man's League lll Honors Day l3l MORTON MOSKOV ........... Rochester, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences English ALLAN GEORGE MUELLER ........ Taylor Ridge Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Zetap Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn, Chairman, Plowbay Prom l3l Honors Day ll, 2, 3lp University of Illinois Scholarship Key DELORES FLORA MUMMERT ...... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Gamma Phi Beta Y.M.C.A. Cabinet I3, Al William Woods College RICHARD OLIVER MURDOCH .... Downers Grove Engineering Mechanical Engineering Chi Phi A.S.M.E.p Illini Veterans North Central College PHYLLIS IONE MYERS ....A....., Sugar Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics 4-H House Torch, Alpha lambda Delta, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, Iota Sigma Fi, Omicron Nu, Executive Council, W.G.S. 141, Woman's League 1l1, First Council, W.G.S. 141, Star Course 12, 31, Women's Glee Club 111, Home Economics Club Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University ot Illinois Scholarship Key ELEANOR EUGENIA NELSON ....... Champaign Agriculture General Horne Economics Alpha Kappa Alpha Home Economics Club ELIZABETH LOUISE NELSON ....,. Racine, Wis. Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha Chi Omega Torch, Shi-Ai, The Daily Illini 1l, 2, 31, Pan- Hellenic Council 13, 41, Woman's League 111 Honors Day 111 KAREN DIANE NELSON ....,.... Elkhart, lrrd. Fine and Applied Arts Music Pi Delta Omega Sigma Alpha Iota, Women's Glee Club 141, University Chorus 12, 3, 41, Orchesis Ripon College PHYLLIS LOUISE NELSON .... .... K ingstan Education Chemistry Presbyterian Hall Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, First Council, W.G.S. 141, Production Stott, "La Boheme", "The Women", Orchesis Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key ROBERT DWIGHT NELSON ........ Clifton, Kan. Engineering Civil Engineering Kansas Wesleyan University, Southeast Mis- souri State Teachers College .s NANCY LOUISE NESBITT ......... Pinckneyville Commerce Marketing Welsh House Accountancy Club, Phi Chi Theta Honors Day 131 Fark College BETTY LOU NOLEN ......... Indianapolis, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Painting Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Delta, Society of Illustrators, Production Stott, "Ruddigore", "The Women" Honors Day 1'l, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key .3 if 1 Sf 'it F f 'S' 1 , . .1 .5 X x v 1 , wt 1- A .r VV. ,.-, -:Qt if ni, J I f af- -s - 1 I A ' A Q . AI ii:'iI"': H., ' rf' 1 ,. 'X fp A Y - - , 151 ,,"rE.:, ' S A RICHARD JOSEPH OBERTO .... .... W ilsonville Engineering Mechanical Engineering Navy V-I2 Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E., First Regimental Band ill AUDREY HOPE OFFICE, ....,...,. Dayton, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau Alpha Pi Delta, The Daily Illini 1l, 21, W.A.A., Woman's League 1l1, Production Staff, "He Who Gets Slapped", "Seventh Heaven" ANNABEL LEE OGAN, .,.,.,.,. . . .Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Presbyterian Hall Sigma Delta Pi, The Daily Illini 121 Illinois State Normal University ETHEL MAY OLDENDORPH .,... .... B elleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Pri-Der Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key GWENDOLYN MARIE O'NIELL ........ Lockport Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Shawnee Joliet Junior College ROSEMARY ROLENS OPPEGARD ..... Springfield Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pi, Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Shi-Ai, W.A.A., Woman's League 111 Honors Day 1l, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key MILDRED ESTELLE ORENSTEIN ........ Mattaon Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Reenah Woman's League 12, 3, 41, First Council, W.G.S. 13, 41, Hillel Senior Council RUTH ELIZABETH OWEN ................ Elgin Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Delta Gamma Beloit College 53 EMMA PATRICIA OWENS ..... ...Elgin Journalism Advertising Twin Gables Mask and Baubleg First Council, W.G.S. l4lg Production Stall, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pina- fore", "Pride and Preiudice", "The Warrior's Husband", "The Women" William Woods College HARRIET FAY PAMPEL ..,... ..Graymonl Journalism Advertising Rustic Lodge The Daily Illini Ml, Wamen's Glee Club l2l AXEL WILLIAM PARKER .,... Education . . .Paxton Sociology Granada Club Gamma Delta: Gamma Theta Upsilon Illinois State Normal University LAURALYNN PARKERSON ........,. Springfield Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Presbyterian Hall Director al War Service, Illini Union Boardg Sigma Alpha Iota, Illini Union Board, Depart- ment at War Service UI, Women's Glee Club l3lg Theatre Guild l3l College of Wooster BETTY ANN PARKES ,........., Pleasant Plains Agriculture General Home Economics 4-H House Editor, The Agriculturistg Gamma Delta, Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron HAROLD LEON PATHMAN. .... Engineering . . .Chicago Mechanical Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi A.S.M.E. Illinois Institute ol Technology JOANNE ELIZABETH PATTERSON ....... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Pi Beta Phi First Council, Pan-Hellenic I3, lil: Psi Chi Honors Day IZ, Ill James Millikin University PATRICIA ANN PATTON ...... ..,. C larence Agriculture Teocher's Training Collegienne Home Economics Clubg Woman's League Ill 54 -I '16 3 ,. a y-if A 'f l ii ' f" 4 us. A f- A r-P , cw- 3 f ii' 2 fs 'N x Q W .gl - . 51 I 'li' . . qi ' , I ' s .. rv ,-- - V -' 'f f igya - .I -1 sf,-,Q + ,1,,,9'12.:N'. JOSEPH PAWLISH .................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Granada Club Technograph ll, 2I, Production Staff, "Bar- chester Towers", "Guest in the House" KENNETH WARREN PERRY .,..... East St. Louis Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.l.Ch.E. GRACE BERNADETTE PESKIND ........ Centralia Commerce Accountancy Manderly Independent Council Hlp Hillel Foundation Honors Day ll, 2l MARY LOUISE PETERSON ...,....... La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences French Pi Beta Phi French Club Honors Day l3l La Grange Junior College ANNETTE PEVSNER ....,............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology lvria First Council, W.G.S. l3lg Student Council, Hillel Foundation JEANETTE FRANCIS PHILLIPS... .... Urbana Education Mathematics Alpha Delta Pi Pi Mu Epsilon Alabama Polytechnic Institute LORETTA MARIE PIZZINI ........,. Edwardsville Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Stratford House Spanish Clubg Production Stai, "Ropes End", "Ruddigare", "The Women" MacMurray College WALTER THOMAS POYER ,... ...Des Plaines Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Delta Theta A.S.C.E.: Navy V-I2 'BETTY LOU PRESTON ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Chi Omega Sigma Delta Pi, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l41, Spanish Club, Production Staff, "The Warrior's Hu:- bond" Honors Day I31 HAROLD ANTHONY PRICE .,... .... H arvey Liberal Arts and Sciences General La Coterie lambda Epsilon Illinois Institute of TechnalagYi Thornton Township Junior College LOUISE MATHILDA PROEHL ......,....... Phila Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Chi Omega Mortar Board, Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, General Manager, Illini Theatre Guild l3, 41, Student Senate I41, Mask and Bauble, National Collegiate Players, Chairman, Illini Theatre Guild Board, Star Course l21, Cast, "He Who Gets Slapped", "Pride and Preiudice", Produc- tion Staff, "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband", "Claudia", "Barchester Towers", "H.M.S. Pinafore" Honors Day ll, 21 GEORGIA BERYL PULLIAM ,.......... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Bethany Zeta Phi Eta, Orchesis, Illini Union Board, Rec- reation C41 NATALIE RAFFEL ...,............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Reutha Senior Manager, Theatre Guild, Mask and Baublep Arepo, Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband" PAULINE ADELINE RAINES. .. .... Centralia Education Social Science Warner Hall Concert Band H1 Lindenwood College Q FLOYD LESTER RAMP ................ Newman Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Luther House Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, McKin'ey Stu- dent Council ll, 21 Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key SHIRLEY ANN RANDALL ..... .... M ahomet Agriculture Home Economics and Pre-Medical Bethany Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Woman's League ll1, Concert Band l3, 41, Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet l3, 41 Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of IIlino's Scholarship Key vet! ,.". v QQ - ,. V N U fi- ,ya Q X . 'gas s as ' -, or-,Qiti u ,- N A M.w'.',' -X aw ,A+-f .K .- .:' ,oss 5:E"' ., f' 1 Qi: I , 1' ' -:Q .QQ Q . ., ,c.,.,.- .sc CHARLES RULE RANKIN ..,..... .,.. U rbana Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Kansas City Junior College KATHERINE RATHSACK ...,. ...Greenview Journalism Advertising Kappa Delta The Daily Illini ll, 2, 31, W.A.A,, Woman's League lil, Illini Union Board, Recreation l31, Special Alitairs I31 RACHEL RAWLINGS ....... .... D e Pue Education History La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College TERRY REESE ................ South Bend, Ind. Journalism Editorial Kappa Alpha Theta Associate Editor, The Daily Illini, Production Staff, "The Women", War Service Council St. Mary's College CARLOS CLIFFORD REICHERT .... ...Virginia Agriculture General Lutheran Student Association Honors Day l31 GEORGE ALBIN REMINGTON ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Zeta Psi Pierrots, Cast, "Guest in the House", "Mirth of a Nation", "Pride and Preiudice", "Romeo and Juliet" Wilson Junior College MARY LOUISE REYES .,....,...,.. South Beloit Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish La Treinta Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Club, Production Staff, "The Women" BARBARA JEAN RICHARDSON. . . .... Urbana Journalism Editorial Alpha Phi Assistant Editor, The Daily Illini, Theta Sigma Phi, W.A.A., Co-Chairman, Founders Day, Pub- licity, Illini Union Board l2, 31, W.A.T.C., Production Staff, "He Who Gets Slapped," "La Boheme," "The Women" Honors Day I31 Principia College 55 KATHRYN JANE RICHNER .... ...Danville Education Spanish Cagle Hall PAUL ALBERT RIEPMA ........ Kalamazoo, Mich. Engineering Electrical Engineering Navy V-I2 A.I.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu, Tribe ol Illini, Varsity Tennis Squad Ill, Letter lil Kalamazoo College, Western Michigan State Teachers College LAVERN CATHERINE RIESS ......... Mascoutah Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Chez Nous Der Deutsch Verein Honors Day IQI THELMA MARIE RIGGIN ....,..4..... Litchfield Liberal Arts and Sciences English La Treinta French Club, The Daily Illini l3l Honors Day l3l Blackburn College DOROTHY ,IEAN RITTER. ..,. . ..... River Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary, Y.W.C.A., Stu- dent Senate HI, Vice-President, Sophomore Class, The Daily Illini lit, Woman's League Ill, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet I3, Al, Illini Board of Con- trol I3, 42 Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Schol- arship Key JERRY RONALD ROAN ...,..... .... C asey Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Honors Day Ill MARGARET ANNE ROBBINS ..... .... U rbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma Mortar Board, Torch, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Co-Manager, Star Course, Stu- dent Senate lftl, Shi-Ai, Arepo, Chairman, Shi- Ai Sing, Chairman, Special Dances, Illini Union l3l, Pan-Hellenic Council l31, Woman's League lil: Concert Band l2, 3, 41, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet lil, University Orchestra ll, 2l, Illini Union Board, Department ol Dances Ml, Cast, "La Boheme", Production, "Seventh Heaven", "Car- men", "Love Rides the Rails", "The Flying Gerordos", "Nothing Ventured" Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University ol Illinois Scholarship Key GLENN HOLMAN ROBERTS .,.. .... C hicago Journalism Editorial Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mo-Wan-Dag Sports Editor, The Daily Illini, Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad 56 6 qs 1 x . L+? 'N We MILTON WILLIAM ROHDE ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Pi Lambda Phi Psi Chi, lnterfraternity Council Ml, Hillel Senior Council HI MARGARET ELIZABETH ROLLEY, Crawlordsville, Ark. Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Delta Zeta Pan-Hellenic Council HI Brenau College ELAINE KERR ROMERSBERGER ..,...... Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Music Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha Iota, Arepo, Women's Glee Club 12, 41, University Chorus I3, Al, Cast, "Car- men", "Iolanthe", Orchesis, WILL BARBARA JEAN ROOS ......,....... Waukegan liberal Arts and Sciences English Pi Beta Phi W.A.A., W.A.A. Numerals, Woman's League Ill BETTY ANN ROSE ................ Bloomington liberal Arts and Sciences Latin Delta Gamma Northwestern University SIDNEY LOUIS RUSHAKOFF ....,...... Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Painting Society of Illustrators, Pierrots, Cast, "Twelfth Night", "Mirth af a Nation", "The Warrior's Husband", WILL Honors Day IQ, 3l, University of Illinois Schol- arship Key Wright Junior College ELIZABETH HERSMAN RUSSELL, Grand Rapids, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Pi Beta Phi Y.W,C.A. Cabinet IAI, Star Course l3l Grand Rapids Junior College MYRA ANN SAFFORD ......... .... M aquon Agriculture Home Economics lo Treinta Home Economics Club, W.A.A. Western Illinois State Teachers College ELLEN NELLY SAMSON .... .... C hicago Commerce Accountancy Loki Accountancy Club II1 Eureka College GLADY5 LUCILLE SAMUELSON, Hutchinson, Kan. Liberal Arts and Sciences English Forest Hall University Orchestra l3, 41 Hutchinson Junior College DOLA SANDERS ..........,. .... U rbana Education Commerce Greenville College MARILYN ALICE SANDQUIST ..,.. ..., C hicaga Agriculture Foods and Nutrition Delta Delta Delta The Daily Illini II1: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l2, 3, 41: Cast, "Nothing Ventured" DARLENE MARIE SCHAEFER .........,, Streator Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Locke Manor PAUL FRANK SCHEFFEL ......... . . .Brighton Engineering Electrical Engineering Varsity Wrestling Squad U1 Blackburn College if MARY LOUISE SCHENK ....... Kansas City, Ma. Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Phi Omega Pi French Club: Spanish Club: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil II1: Woman's League U1: Wesley Founda- tion HELEN SCHERER ................... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Phi Omega Pi Sigma Delta Pi: Woman's League II1: Spanish Club I . f I P' tif rb- ml, . 54 ANNABEL KATHARINE SCHIESHER .... Hampshire Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Sager House Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: Woman's League II, 21: First Council, Woman's League I31: Illini Union Board l21 ELEANOR JANE SCHLECHT ........,.. Rossville Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Gamma Phi Beta College of Wooster MARION BARBARA SCHMITZ. .. .... Chicago Education English Delta Zeta Alpha Pi Delta Northern Illinois State Teachers College BRUCE SUTHERLAND SCHRICKER ...... Rockford Commerce Industrial Administration Theta Xi Pershing Rities: Alpha Kappa Psi Honors Day ll, 31 RUTH ANN SCHWAGER ...... ..,. C henoa Journalism Editorial Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Board: Torch: Managing Editor, The Daily Illini: Theta Sigma Phi: Co-Chairman, Student War Chest Drive I41 EILEEN KATHERINE SCHWARK ........ Chicago Education Physical Education for Women Chez Nous Torch: Newman Club: Physical Education Maiar Club: Terrapin: W.A.A.: W.A.A. Numerals: Maior I Honors Day i21 ANNABEL JEAN SCOTT ..... .... C hampaign Journalism Editorial Alpha Omicron Fi Theta Sigma Phi: The Daily Illini II1: W.A.A.: Woman's league II, 21: Production Staff, "Out of the Frying Pan": Orchesis ELIZABETH VIRGINIA SEALES .......... Auburn Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Chi Omega Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class: Production Staff, "The Warrior's Husband", "Twelfth Night": Spanish Club 57 BEVERLY ARLENE SEEDS ..........,, ...Buda Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Leeman Lodge Home Economics Club, Student Council, Univer- sity Baptist Church I31, Woman's League ll1, First Council, W.G.S. l3, 41 DANIEL SELIGMAN ......, .. .. Athens Commerce Management Spanish Club Honors Day I31 JOHN DAVID SENGER ......... Franklin Grove Commerce Management and Marketing Phi Delta Theta Accountancy Club, Mask and Bauble, Pershing Rifles, Pierrots, Intertraternity Council l31, Illini Theatre Guild Board l3, 41, Second Lieutenant, University Brigade, Cast, "Seventh Heaven", "The Women", "Two on an Island", Production Sta5, "Rope's End", WILL Honors Day l21 MILDRED LEMIRA SHATTUCK ........, Belvidere Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Cagle Hall Iota Sigma Pi, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A. Cabinet IS1, McKinley Foundation Honors Day Il, 2, 31, University at Illinois Schol- arship Key BETTY LORRAINE SHAW ...,.......,. Belvidere Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Xi Delta Der Deutsche Verein Knox College LAYNE SHEFFERMAN ..,............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau Alpha Kappa Delta, Production Stott, "Heaven Con Wait", "The Women", "Ruddigare" University at Wisconsin MARGARET BEARDSLEY SHEPARD. .Duluth, Minn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Kappa AlDha Theta Rockford College, Oklahoma State College HELEN BERYL SHER ..,.,,,..... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, First Council, Pan-Hellenic l31, Wom- GFVS I-B09ue Ill: Y,W.C.A. Cabinet 131, Student Religious Council l21, Spanish Club Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University ot Illinois Schol- arship Key 58 -Q . 4 Q-,Q ii. . W ts' ' I , . .-T 'Bt DIANE BERNICE SHERMAN ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Herzl Junior College PEGGY SHILEY ,....,............... Warsaw Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Sager House Zeta Phi Eta, Woman's League ll1 ELEANOR RUTH SIEKMANN ........ Beardstown Agriculture Home Economics 4-H House Mortar Board, Torch, President, W.G.S., Student Senate 141, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Iota Sigma Pi, Executive Council, W.G.S. l3, 41, Woman's League II1, First Council, Woman's league l3, 41, Illini Union Board Ml, University Chorus ll, 2, 3, 41, Home Economics Club Honors Day I-11 BELLE SIROTA ...........,... Davenport, Iowa liberal Arts and Sciences French Brandeis Hall French Club Lindenwood College RAYMOND EARL SKAGGS .....,,. Parsons, Kan. Engineering Electrical Engineering Triangle Sigma Tau Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Schol- arship Key NEVA JOAN SKOOG ........... .... N epanset Agriculture Teacher Training Presbyterian Hall WILDA GRACE SLEVIN ....,.. New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics First Council, Woman's League l21 GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH ........... Cool City Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design Ruste Armes Student Senate I41, President, Senior Class, M.l.W.A., Society of Illustrators, Independent Council 141, Production Staff, "Claudio", "Guest in the House" HELEN LOUISE SMITH ........ .... S an Jose Education English Leeman Lodge Eureka Collegep Bradley Polytechnic Institute JEAN LOUISE SMITH .............,... Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Art and Painting Society of Illustrators JEANNE BARBARA SMITH ..... ...Dixon Agriculture Foods and Nutrition Cagle Hall Home Economics Club SARA EVELYN SMITH ................ Palatine Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Tara Hall Accountancy Clubg French Clubg Woman's League lll VIRGINIA GAYLE SMITH ......., Louisville, Ky. Fine and Applied Arts Music Sager House Orchesisg Sigma Alpha Iotag Terraping The Daily Illini l2lp Star Course l3Ig Production Staff, "Goodbye Again", "The Warrior's Husband"p WILL University of louisville WILLIAM RUSSELL SMITH .....,....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Rho Chi Illini Veteransp Psi Chip Spanish Clubg Produc- tion Staft, "La Boheme", "The Women" NorthwesternfUniversity WILSON NEWTON SMITH ..........., Genesea Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Delta Sigma Pi A. I .Ch.E. KATHRYN LOUISE SNAPP .... .... U rbana Education English W.A.A.p Concert Band I3, 415 Women's Glee Club 131 Stephens College i wi ,, - l ,ya va 5 Gs , , 65.6 'Nl 'ar' . SYN 13 ' ' 'R A, 141 1 s M l 9 l ,195 FLORENCE RUTH SPIESEL ..... ...Chicago Commerce Economics Reutha Woman's League lllg Concert Band l2lp Hillel Foundation DOROTHY ELLEN SPITLER ......,.,,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Fri-Der Wright Junior College MARY WARRICK SQUIRES .......... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Pi Beta Phi The Illio lily W.A.A.g Star Course IZI WINIFRED STABENOW ......,... McConnell Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Welsh House W.A.A.g Accountancy Club: Phi Chi Thetap Span- ish Club Honors Day ill EDWARD JOHN STAHNKE ..... Engineering .. . .Dalton Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pi A.S.M.E.p Interfraternity Council I4I Thornton Junior College BARBARA MAY STANBERRY .......... Charleston Liberal Arts and Sciences French Alpha Lambda Della: Psi Chi Honors Day III LYNDLE EUGENE STARK .... Commerce . . . .Urbana Management Wenatchee Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Club Western Illinois State Teachers' College CHARLOTTE LILLIAN STEFFAN .... ...Chicago Education Biological Science Delta Gamma Production Stott, "Twelfth Night" Woodrow Wilson Junior College 59 RUTH HELEN STEINBERG ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Keeler House Alpha Lambda Delta: Production StatT, "Clau- dia", "The Women": Hillel Foundation Honors Day Ill MARY HELEN STEINMAN.. Liberal Arts and Sciences . ....,. . ....Ursa Zoology Sherwood Hall Quincy College MATHILDA STERNFELD ...........,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science lvria Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu: Orchesis: W.A.A,: W,A.A. Numerals: Maior I Honors Day ll, 2, 3l: University at Illinois Schol- arship Key ELAINE CLARE STEVENS .,...,.....,., Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences English The Daily Illini Ill ROSE ANNE STEWART ...,,,...,....... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences French Delta Gamma Torch: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Editor, The lllio: Shi-Ai: French Club: Women's Glee Club l2l: W.A.T.C. Honors Day ll, 2, 31: University of Illinois Schol- arship Key LEE ELWIN STICKLER ......... ...Alton Engineering Mechanical Engineering Navy V-I2 A.S.M.E.: Pi Tau Sigma: Varsity Basketball I3, Al: First Regimental Band Ill: Navy Band l4l MARJORIE GERTRUDE STITT. ..,., Tulsa, Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Kappa Alpha Theta Oklahoma State College SYRIL STOLMAN ...,,............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Miner House The Daily Illini Ill: Executive Council, W.G.S. IJ, 41: Hillel Foundation Honors Day Ill 60 L I x uh NS I5 15. F- ml-fs ff, if 1.. N F is GWENYTH STOLZENBURG ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Choctaw House Der Deutsche Verein Herzl Junior College: Illinois Institute at Technology MERI JEAN stout ,.......... ,... s pringfield Journalism Editorial Chi Omega Kappa Tau Alpha: Theta Sigma Phi Honors Day l3l Cornell College: University of Chicago ROSALIE CAROLYN STUPKA .... .... C hicago Journalism Editorial Reeter Club Illia llll: The Daily Illini Ill: French Club Morgan Park Junior College GEORGE JOSEPH STURM ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Lambda Chi Alpha The Daily Illini l2l: President, Intertraternlty Council I3, Al: Illini Union Board l2, 3l: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet l3l: Student Senate l3, 41: Illini Veterans Northwestern University RITA LUCILLE SULLIVAN ...... .... G alesburg Agriculture Home Economics Home Economics Club: Newman Club MARTHA ROYCE SWENEY .,... .... P eoria Agriculture Foods and Nutrition Phi Upsilon Omicron: Accent l3, 41: Executive Council, W.G.S. UI: Woman's League ll, Zl: First Council, W.G.S. l4l MARY ANNE FEHRS SWISHER ....... La Grange Journalism Advertising Pi Beta Phi Theta sigma Phi: The Daily Illini ul, Illini Union Board, Publicity l3l: Production Stah, "Pride and Preiudice", "Ruddigore" La Grange Junior College BETTY MAY SYNWOLT ....... .... I. ockport Education Elementary Education Shawnee First Council, W.G.S. IAJ DOROTHY MOSETTA SYRCLE .......... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Froker House AccountancY Club? lllio ll. 21 31: W-A'T'C'7 Production Staff, "Claudia", "Guest in the House" CYNTHIA HEARNE TALBOT ..., ..lMoHvvfl Commerce Management Kappa Delta Oklahoma College for Women f. far- 1:-' U" 5 A l J' l if ,.,,. .r,,,,. 1. -. ,- I+ ui, I I SARA BETH THOMAS ........... . ...... senior. H D M Liberal Arts and Sciences Q ., . Speech Delta Delta Delta fo, X Cast, "Barchester Towers", "Mirth ofa Nation": W 1 I : 4 Production Stall Hpride and Preludlceu' M 53 --Twelflh Nagin", WILL ' Butler University A - -'5-1'?.jfs33, I GEORGE RANDALL THOMPSON, f,,.,:,,,5L- Baton Rouge, La. 6 Fine and Applied Arts "W 2 Architectural Engineering w V sigma chi 1 A, , X I ' A.S.C.E., A.S.M.E. 3 4' 5-5' I l 4 . ,ff . , , ,qv ,ftp-',::g,, . r..x.. ELVIRA CATHERINE THOUVENOT .... ,Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences ' History K Sherwood Hall .5 Newman Club 6 I Washington University A, I I . lj E Vlli iifaf -rr Know : 1- ,. ALTA LOUISE TITUS .... .. .... ..... C hampaign u l I Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics V , Alcestis .x , 4 ,f nj, Q sf: V , X 1 ,.,,".i,,3: 1 .,,. V: 1 QE., 13. ij, LOIS ELAINE TITUS ...........,... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Alcestis DAVID JEROME TOBIN ............. Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Honors Day l3l SpringHeld Junior College M- sr ,,. .,, 3 - Q I b -,3.f g ,:-: ll: DAVID TOM ........,....... Honolulu, Hawaii Engineering Civil Engineering Cosmopolitan Club A.S.C.E. University of Dayton VIRGINIA GHER TRAIN .........,..,. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Chi Omega Torch, Senior Manager, Illini Theater Guild, Arepo, Mask and Bauble, Zeta Phi Eta, Wom- an's League lil, W,A.T.C., Cast, "The War- rior's Husband", Production Staff, "Carmen", "Flying Gerardos", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Let's Get Away" WALTER BERNARD TRAPP .............. Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Wenatchee House Independent Council IAI Blackburn College MARY TREBELLAS ................ Calumet City Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sherwood Hall Alpha Kappa Delta, Alpha Pi Delta, Production StoH, "Claudia", "Rope's End", "The War- rior's Husband", "Twelfth Night" GORDON ARLO TRUMBAUER ........ Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma A.I.Ch.E., Arepo, Phi Mu Alpha, Concert Band ll, 2, 3, 41, University Orchestra ll, Zl, Pro- duction Staff, "Carmen" "lolanthe", "La Boheme", Navy V-12 Honors Day III HELEN BELLE TRUMMEL ....... .... O reana Agriculture Home Economics Regena Home Economics Club, Agriculturist l3l, Produc- tion Stali, "Borchester Towers" ARDELLA KATHERINE TRYON ......,. Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences History MARY BETH TULLY ............... Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Hurd Hall The Daily Illini l4l: Spanish Club Stephens College 61 BETTY JANE TURLEY .,,.............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences History Delta Gamma Wilson Junior College FERN NIGHTINGALE TURNER, Fayetteville, N. C. Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Westaire Orchesis, Production Stati, "Barchester Towers", "Heaven Can Wait", "Rope's End", "Rudd- gore", "The Women" lawrence College GLADYS ADELL TURNER .......... Grand Chain Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Wyngate House Alpha lota William Woods College OTTO JAMES TURNOVSKY, JR .... .. Berwyn Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club Phi Eta Sigma, The Technograph lily Y.M.C.A. Cabinet l21p Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors l2, 31 Honors Day lI1 ELIZABETH MARIE TYLOR .,......., Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Gamma Phi Beta Arepog Concert Band ll, 2, 3, 41g Star Course l21g University Orchestra ll, 2, 3, 41, Cast, "La Boheme", "Ruddigore"g Production StaFf, "Heaven Can Wait", "Out of the Frying Pan", "The Beautiful People" MARY ELLEN UHLL ,,..,,.., ...Athens Agriculture , Home Economics Achaea Springfield Junior College CHARLOTTE MCCRARY UPTON ,,,. ...Litchfield Agriculture Teacher Training Achaea Alpha Lambda Deltag Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omicran Nu, W.A.A., First Council, Woman's League l31g Student Religious Council Honors Day ll, 315 University at Illinois Scholv arship Key JOHN VAN COEVERING, JR., Grand Haven, Mich. Engineering Electrical Engineering Navy V-I2 A.l.E.E. Calvin College, Western Michigan State Teach- ers College 62 ,A... 'F'-T-1' c 1.2.2 -'Y .i Z :X Sig? 1 A' SOTERO TOVAR DE LA VEGA, Ciudad Garcia, Mexico Physical Education Physical Education Pre-Military Normal School of Physical Edu. cation: Springfield College DAN JOSEPH VEITH ............ Mount Sterling Engineering Electrical Engineering Navy VVIZ A.l.E.E. ELEANOR DOLORES VIDOVICH ........ Chicago Journalism Advertising Westaire The Daily Illini lil, Independent Council l3'g Production StaR, "Barchester Towers", "Clau- dia", "H.M.S. Pinatore", "Romeo and .luIiel", "The Warrior's Husband" BARBARA ELLEN VOSS ......., little Rock, Arlr. Journalism Advertising Kappa Delta Woman's League l21g Production Stati, "Seventh Heaven" little Rack Junior College CHARLES MATT VUSICH. ,..... ...Benld Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mull Manor VINCENT ERIC WAHLGREN ........... Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Minawa lodge A.S.C.E.p Illini Veterans Wright Junior College JOSEPHINE WALKER .................. Cairo Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Chi Omega The Daily Illini ll, 21, W.A.A.p Woman's League U1 DUANE EVERETT WATTS ......... ...Decatur Engineering Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Pershing Rifles: Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tauy Y.M.C.A. Cabinet H11 Wllly Navy V-12 Honors Day lI1 EMMA LOUISE WELCH ........ . . ,Beardstawn Commerce Accounting Accountancy Clubp Spanish Club Honors Day ll, 21 ADRIAN RAY WELLS ............ ,..Monmouth Engineering General Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Ma-Wan-Dag Phi Eta Sigmag President, Y.M.C.A.p Sigma Tau: The Illio U17 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 12, 3, 415 Y,M,C.A. Board of Directors lft, 41 Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of ll!ino's Scholarship Key ELLA MAY WEMHOENER ..... .... M etropolis Agriculture Horne Economics Chi Omega Executive Council, W.G.S, I31, Home Economics Club: Student Religious Council 12, 3, 417 We:- ley Foundation CHARLOTTE WEXLER .............,,. Chicago liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish lvria Hillel Foundation EDWIN ANSIL WHALIN, JR, .....,..,. Canton Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of llIino's Scholarship Key MARILYN JEAN WHARTON ..... ..... c hicago liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Gamma W0mGrI'S Leusue l2l: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l21, Cast, "Let's get Away" Carleton College DOROTHY WHIPP ..,.........,.... Petersburg Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Delta Mortar Board: Torch: Business Manager, Tfe llliop Woman's League ll1 Honors Day ll, 21 CAROLINE TRENKLE WHITTON .... .. ,Le Roy Agriculture Home Economics Nickell Lodge Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Om'c o-5 Woman's League H17 First Council, W.G.S. l3'g Newman Club Honors Day U1 in if ,X fb- ra, . fl 5-.sztiiliwh V we .N ELAINE BETTY WIEMERS .............. Chicago Liberal Arts ond Sciences Psychology Phi Omega Pi Iawo Slate College ELEANOR JAYNE WILFRED .......,.. Metropolis Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Terrace Manor Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pi Honors Day lll ALICE MAE WILHELM ..............., Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Music Alpha Gamma Delta Arepop Musk and Baublep Shi-Aig Sigma Alpha Iota, The Illio lI1p Concert Band l2, 3, 41, Star Course l21g Student Alumni Association U15 Women's Glee Club ll, 2, 31, University Chorus ll, 215 Cast, "Iolanthe", "La Boheme", "Ruddi- gore", "Twelfth Night", Production StaR, "Heaven Can Wait", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End" SHELBY KENNETH WILLIS, .... .... A lton Engineering Civil Engineering Navy V-I2 A.S.C.E.: Chi Epsilong The Technograph I31 Shurtlett College LOIS HUME WINDHORST ...... Kansas City, Mo. Engineering Electrical Engineering Production Staff, "Arms and the Man", "Clau- dia", "Pride and Preiudice" Kansas City Junior College GLORIA CLAIRE WINSLOW ........... Tiskilwa Liberal Arts and Sciences History Kappa Delta Monmouth College PATRICIA LUE WINTER. ..,....,. Akron, Ohio Education Mathematics Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha lambda Delta Louisiana State University: University of Akron GLADYS MARGUERITE WISKAMP ...... Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Delta Pig The Illio l'l1p Woman's League ll, 21, Production Staff, "No, No, Nanette" Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key 63 NJ RUTH ANN WITTY ............. Pleasant Plains Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Fi Beta Phi Stephens College SALLY MARILYN WITTY .,,...... Pleasant Plains Liberal Arts and Sciences History Chi Omega The Daily Illini l2l Monticello College PATRICIA ANN WITWER ,,..,..., .... U ribana Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Honors Day l3l MONICA PRISCILLA WOLF ......... .... O dell Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Welsh House Sigma Alpha Iota, Women's Glee Club l3, 4l Honors Day ll, 2, 3Ip University of Illinois Schol- arship Key SALLY HAZEL WOLINETZ ..,.......... Chicago liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Keeler House Wright Junior College JAMES WOOD ,..,.............. Wilmington Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Delta Theta A.S,C.E.p Chi Epsilonp Men's Glee Club lfllp Cast, "Claudie", "Romeo and Juliet" MARILYN ELLEN WOOD .............. Decatur liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Della Gamma Sigma Delta Pip The Daily Illini l2lp W,A.A. Honors Day l3l DePauw University ALEXANDER JANSSEN WOOLDRIDGE, Kansas City, Mo. Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C,E,, Technograph Staff Kansas City Junior College 64 ,svn sr-Ur bar 4 si 'K iv ' i P s 1- ,4 ,wiv Y I 1' gi .F I I I , ARTHUR ALBERT WYKES ........ Medlorcl, Moss. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Wenatchee Der Deutsche Vereinp Wesley Foundation Illinois Wesleyan University FLORENCE JEAN WYLIE ....,. ...Minonlc Commerce Management Delta Delta Delta Mortar Boardg Torchp Student Senate lil, 4Ig Phi chi Thetog The Dany Illini 12, 315 Pan' Hellenic Council l4lg Illini Union Board, Director at Public Service l4lp Illini Union Board, Ottice Management l3J MocMurray College VIRGINIA STOTT YENERICH ....,... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day lll BARBARA JANE YERBY ........,....... Monica Liberal Arts and Sciences English Gamma House Womon's League ll, 2lp Production StoH, "Ia- lonthe", "Ruddigore" BARBARA JEAN YORK ............,.. Chrisman Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Gamma Phi Beta Production Staff, "Rope's End" MacMurray College CORA ELIZABETH YOUNG ............. Canton Liberal Arts and Sciences History Kappa Kappa Gamma Der Deutsche Verein Honors Day l3l Monmouth College MARCELO ZAMBRANO ...... Monterrey, Mexico Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Cosmopolitan Club St. Edward's University s ELAINE MARIE ZWICK ........ West Frankfort Education Physical Education for Women Torch, Alpha lambda Delta: President, W.A.A.: Student Senate l3, 4lp Alpha Sigma Nu: Alpha Pi Deltap Physical Education Maior's Club: W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsp Maior Ip Production Stott, "No, No, Nanette" Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key JOSEPH FRED LYDEN ........ Youngstown, Ohio Engineering Mechanical Engineering Navy V-12 A.S.M.E. University of Detroit MARTHA GOODWINE ORTIZ ,...,....,. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Religious Council Honors Day ll, 21 CHARLES WELCH ROBBE .... ...,Erie Education History University of Pennsylvania 5 -ff--we-ff? wtf I -1, ,Eg Ei NETTIE VIRGINIA SHIRLEY ............ Urbana Fine ond Applied Arts Music Education Arepop University Orchestra ll, 2, 3, AI Honors Day ll, 2, 31, University of Illinois Schol- arship Key GEORGE DWIGHT STORR5 .... Eau Claire, Wis. Engineering Architectural Engineering Phi Delta Theta Navy Football Marching Band University of Minnesota 65 31 1.1. ...--,- , ..-,- 1-N Q. .... M v ,- f-i ,ali 0. , W N M """' 'W ' V ,ff 11 ,, 1 1- 1. ,. wvkkn ,,. ywexwxf M x -Q.. xl M. V wifi!-N m...., ,1 ' 1 gg?- : . ' .,f...1.1 V ."'- 'f' 1 I . ' vf . ,5,,.1 3., -1 :g , , - ,Q ,- . ' -f 1, - 1 . . flf, 'QL , V., 1 3 1.1: 1 Z ' ' .',,'-' ,' . 1 1 .. . V F65 ,1S,'-',Y1'?1gfj'j' QP: " ' H . 1 "F 1-f-:v.sw..wQf- . . ,. 1" 11' fag if? , is 5 11 .L .. 1 34 i,jgJ"11"'1R+'f'.""1il1"' i ' W 5 V Jae, 4."'..1i1.d',',-':,'y,wg- ,gf 41-if wg 522 ?5',',f3fJ.T'f1g"","'A" P 1, 1 ' f ,'f 4,M,,,,"'. . ,guwasww Q. fl, . - ,Q ',,Q,,,,,jf'- 'Ugg' N-3f1wQ:.wvan5 F ,. xi" .1 - .wifi 'EQ' 1 2 if?"'H W2 . p, ' Z.. K..-,l.- if A, My A T. M ha , ....,,,...,. , . may I fy 2 ' '- ' " Arn 1"?'u -43 - ' 'A mg - 'ff A- x if ' . , , f 'I T. M' Ziff." Vf'-f'-1-Y' 'i aw ' ' Ml-w.,Y4vn-amps , 4 1. . " ',.'U-'A . 1. fl, H? ffifniidi' --I' vu lg if .max .Y 'r '--.. 1 1 ..,. .gWi!'fQ,. v. flaw' .- ... , ' ' if' " Llfdbfw' 'gary fit? HW' L ,LIE 'A' ' ' 1 as - W' 66 Service personnel walk rhrough the archway of the Denlal and Medical Building, leading lo the Hospital EHICHGU CIIIIIPUS On the Chicago Campus are the Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine and Phar- macy with related work in the Graduate School. Important hospitals and clinics add to the value of the work and make the University of Illinois out- standing in the study of the medical sciences throughout the world. The com- pletion of the Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute, aftiliating with Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary, affiliating with Rush Medical School and Presbyterian Hos- pital, developing the service in Research and Educational Hospital, have com- bined to give the medical students unsurpassed facilities to observe and study patients. The dental laboratories and clinics have also become famous. In the College of Pharmacy students prepare for one of several interesting special- ties, doing advanced practical work in the hospital pharmacy. The University is offering work in Occupational Therapy, training students who will aid in the rehabilitation of service men. Most of the medical students are either in Navy V-I2 or Army Specialized Training Program, and the Navy V-I2 program includes a good number of dental students. The three colleges are on an accelerated plan and gradua- tion takes place in three calendar years. There are a number of student activities including several musical groups, a monthly student magazine, intra-mural sports, dances, Student Councils in each school and several fraternities. Women are accepted on the same basis as men. Extensive plans are under way to provide refresher courses for the thous- ands of alumni who are in military service and who will need such courses before returning to private practice. COLLEGE UF DEIITISTRU CULLEGE UF IJEIITISTRU Dr. Allan G. Brodie The College of Dentistry has continued to operate on the accelerated wartime curriculum during the past year. Since the last issue of The Illia two classes have been graduated, containing a total of fifty-six in their respective branches ofthe Services. The Army Student Training Program was discontinued as of September 15, 1944, with the exception of those students who were in their senior year. The Navy has continued its program of training dentists at the undergraduate level and six candidates for both degrees and commissions entered the College of Dentistry on January 2, 1945. It is expected that undergraduate enrollment in dentistry will suffer a sharp drop during the next two years, but the return of men from the armed forces to civilian life will create a great demand for refresher and post-graduate work in the various fields of dentistry. Such men will receive a minimum of one year of post-graduate study at government expense. The College of Dentistry is making every effort to plan for this anticipated demand and is also entering on a program of recruiting greater numbers of qualified men into the field of dentistry. The profession has suffered a falling index for the past fifteen years, more men leaving because of death or retirement than are entering it. Dr. Allan Gibson Brodie was born in New York City in 1897, and received his D.D.S. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1919. After studying at the Angle College of Orthodontia in Pasa- dena, Dr. Brodie ioined the faculty of the University of Illinois, later becoming head of the depart- ment of Orthodontia in 1937. He was appointed as Acting Dean of the College of Dentistry on September 1, 1944. Dean Campus Scene LIILLEGE 0F DEIITISTR9 LEO FRANCIS BARANOWSKIp PAUL SEITZ BARCLAY, B.S.g ALBERT GEORGE BILISKIS, B.S.7 ROBERT HERBERT BORKENHAGEN, B.S., Class Treasurerg JACK BAKER BURRELL, B.5.g ROBERT GERALD CANHAM Sludenl Council VAUGHN VICKERS CHAPMAN: JOHN ELMER ERICKSONg SAM FIELDS: JAMES LOUIS FRANK, B.S.g EDWIN JOSEPH HIRSCHTICK, B.S.g IRVING ALBERT HOKIN, B.S. BENNETT KLAVAN, A.B., B.S., Class Presidentp JOSEPH KOLODZIEJCZYK, Sergeant-al-Armsg ROLAND ANTHONY KOWALSKI, B.S., Class Vice-Presidenlp RICHARD HAROLD LANDAUp MARTIN DALE LERMANg DONALD MICHAEL LIES, B.S,, Allernale Councilman SHERMAN PARKER LIPTON, 8.5.5 CARL HERMAN MULLER, B.S.p GODFREY PERLOFFg HOWARD VANCE PHILLIPS: WILLIAM TRAVIS POPE, B.S.g EDWARD ISRAEL PORISS, B.S. CLASS OF 1944 I I I Baranowski Barclay Biliskis Borkenhagen Burrell Canham Chapman Erickson Fields Frank Hirschlick Hokin Klavan Kolodzieiczyk Kowalski Landau Lerman Lies Lipton Muller Perlol? Phillips Pope Poriss 70 EIILLEGE UF DEIITISTRII NATHAN NORMAN POTKIN, B.S.: JACOB MEYER RESNICK, .B.S.g BERNARD MEREDITH RIKLIN, B.S., Class Hisloriang JOSEPH RUBENSTEINg HILDA SOBRINO SAYLOR, Class Secrelaryg JAMES FREDERICK SAYLOR, B.S. MIECISLAUS JOHN SCISLOWlCZp ABRAHAM JACOB SHAPIROg HARRY ROBERT SHEPARDg JOHN WILLIAM SHESLERg THOMAS AUSTIN STOTT, B.S.p ROBERT HARDING SULLIVAN, B.S. ROBERT l.. SUTTONg MILTON ANTHONY SZMYD, B.S., Student Councilg RAYMOND CARL THUROW, B.S.g ANDREAS HANS UTERHART, B.S.g GEORGE CHARLES VAN STEENBERGg RAYMOND EUGENE WASSELL, B.S. FRED WEITZ, B.S.: THOMAS ALBERT WISE, B.S.g STANLEY FRANCIS WROBELp JOSEPH ZEGER, Student Councilg EDWARD ZUCKER, A.B., B.S.g MILTON JAY ZWEIBACH, Class Poet CLASS OF 1944 V. Potkin Resnick Riklin Rubenstein H. Saylor J. Saylar Scislawicz Shapiro Shepard Shesler Stott Sullivan Sutton Szmyd Thurow Uterhart Van Steenberg Wassell Weitz Wise Wrobel Zeger Zucker Zweibach 7l EULLEGE 0F DEIITISTRII ROBERT EUGENE BATES, B.S.p SHIRL HELMTS BENNINGg WILLIAM ORVIS BICKNELLp JUDSON .IENELLE CALHOUN, B.S.p ALVIN HERBERT CLAU5, B.S.: FRANK CHARLES DUSEK, B.S. MORRIS PHIL EISMANg EARL EDWIN FELDMANN, B.S.p EUGENE FRIEDMANQ VICTOR GANZg FRANK GARFINKEL, B.S.7 HAROLD GERSTEIN, B.S. IRVING ARTHUR GLICKMAN, Class Treasurer, IRA LOUIS GOLDBERGQ BERNARD GREENSTEINg LESTER JACOBS, B.S.p SIDNEY MARVIN JANOWS, B.S.p OSCAR MAYER KAPLAN, B.S., Class Secretary SEYMOUR MEYER KAPLAN, B.S.p ROBERT HEILIG KARRAKER, B.S., A.B., Class Presidenlp ARTHUR W. KATZ, A.B.g MILTON M. KODOSH, B.S.g ROBERT J. LEGAREQ ALBERT FRED LEVIN, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 7 Wd lf I Bates Benning Bicknell Calhoun Eisman Feldmann Friedman Ganz Glickman Goldberg Greenslein Jacobs S. Kaplan Karraker Katz Kodash 72 Q Claus Garfin kel Janows Legare Dusek GersIein O. Kaplan Levin 1 LULLEGE 0F IIEIITISTRU JACK LEE LEVY, Class Vice-President, THEODORE LITE, B.S., Councilman, DONALD MADDY, BURTON SEYMOUR MEROWITZ, B.S., STANLEY POGIRSKI, B.S., IRWIN ROBINSON, B.S., AIIernaIe Councilman TED ROSEN, B.S., JOSEPH LEONARD RUBENSTEIN, B.S., MERRILL JAMES SHEPRO, B.S., WALTER SHULRUFF, B.S., Councilman, JOSEPH SOLOWg LEO MORRIS SREEBNY, B.S. ALAN ERWIN STEWART, CARL H. SUDAKOFF, DAVID ISAIAH TAUMAN, B.S., CLARENCE TOWNS, Sergeant-at-Arms, DAVID CAMERON TWEDT, B.S., BERNARD JOHN WARZAK, B.S. DAN HENDREN WATKINS, B.S., HYMAN WEISBART, HAROLD MAURICE WEISS, B.S., SEYMOUR HERSHEL YALOWITZ, B.S., HERBERT BERNARD ZAK, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 T Levy Lite Maddy Merowilz Pogirski Robinson Rosen Rubenstein Shepro ShuIruFf Solow Sreenby Slewort Suda koff Tauman Towns Twedt Warzak Waikins Weisbari Weiss Yalowifz Zak 73 EULLEGE 0F IIIEIJIEIIIE EULLEGE ll1EDlEll1E Dr. The College of Medicine is part of the home front, for it has an extensive training program for Army and Navy trainees who are to become medical officers and for students who are to practice medicine among civilians. Of the total enrollment of 677 in the College of Medicine, 566 students are in uniform. During the war special programs in tropical medicine, aviation physiology and medicine, first aid, and physical medicine including occupational therapy have been established, and phases of these programs will become integrated in the postwar teaching program. Research proiects having to do with military medicine have yielded valuable findings of benefit in the war eHort. The program in occupational therapy has involved cooperation between the Urbana colleges and the Chicago campus. This program was organized in time to help to meet the need for specialists in this field for the great convalescent and rehabilitation programs of the armed services iust now coming to full development. Postwar plans include development of postgraduate courses for returning medical officers and building programs for the Research and Education Hospitals of the Medical Center. Dr. Raymond B. Allen was born in Cathay, North Dakota in 1902, and received his M.D. degree from the University of Minnesota in 1928. After receiving his Ph.D. degree from Mayo Foundation in 1934, and serving on the faculty of Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons from 1933 to 1936, Dr. Allen served as Dean of Wayne University College of Medicine until 1939. He then took up his duties as Executive Dean of the Chicago Colleges of the University of Illinois, becoming Dean of the College of Medicine in September, 1943. -.,. .-'ifvliefii' , ci K as,.f'f,, fl, ' ..w.5?7,x, 3 Raymond B. Allen Dean K wx V - ...,., . .... 2 , ' f.g.i., j.g.,'Q'j,?,, ,V ,, i s A Skyline View EIILLEGE UF IIIEIJIEIIIE FREDERICK WARD ALLEN, B.S., FRANK JOHN ASHLEY, B.M.g GERALD DONALD ATLAS, B.A.p DONALD SEYMOUR AUTEN, B.M., RICHARD OLIVER BARNES, B.S. JOHN FRED BARTELS, EUGENE HAROLD BASTIEN, B.S., SEYMOUR JOSEPH BROCKMAN, B.S.p VALENTINE PAUL BUTZ, B.S.: SIDNEY CAMRAS, B.S. THOMAS ROBERT CLEMONS, A.B., B.S., THADDEUS CWALINA, B.S., DALE WOOLLEY DOUG- LAS, A.B., B.S., ROSARIO PHILIP DRAGO, B.S., B.A., HARVEY FRED DRITZ, B.S. KOLBJORN G. EGGEN, B.S., LEO EHRLICH, B.S., EDWARD IRA ELISBERG, B.S.g ROLAND EDWARD ERIKSON, A.B.: FRED EGERTON EWART, B.S. ELDON MAYO FILLMANg RUSSELL ARTHUR FORREST, HOMER BENJAMIN FREESE, B.S.: DONALD JAMES GARLAND, A.B., B.S., JOHN SAMUEL GARVIN, A.B., B.S. CLASS OF 'I944 in '77 Allen Ashley Atlas Aulen Barnes Barrels Bastien Brockmon Butz Camras Clemons Cwalina Douglas Drago Dritz Eggen Ehrlich Elisberg Erikson Ewarl Fillman Forrest Freese Garland Garvin 76 COLLEGE UF IIIEDIEIIIE CLARENCE GIBSON GLENN, A.B., LEONARD GOLDMAN, B.S., RALPH MORTON GOLDSTEIN, B.S., JAMES EUGENE GOODMAN, JR., EDGAR DUNKLEY GRADY, B.S. ROBERT JESSE GREAVES, B.S., JOE JINNETT GRIFFIN, A.B., CHARLES BURKHOLM GROENKE, B.S., JOSEPH JULIUS FRANCIS GULYASH, A.B., MAVIS LORRAINE HARDINGER, A.B. CLINTON EUGENE HART, A.B., Councilman, SAMUEL BENJAMIN HERSHENHOUSE, B.S., HERBERT HERZON, B.S., VINCENT RUE HILL, B.S., HYMEN JACK BERNARD HIRSHFIELD, B.S. ALBERTUS JOHN HOFFS, LAWRENCE BURT HOLDEN, CYRILL JANDUS HONSIK, A.B., JOHN SIDNEY HYDE, B.S., JOSEPH INTERLANDI, B.S. MAURICE JAKOFSKY, B.S., ALAN KRON JOHNSON, B.A., B.S., KENNETH VERNON JOHN- SON, LE BARON PAUL JOHNSON, GRANT ARTHUR JONES, B.S. CLASS OF 1944 Glenn Goldman Goldsfein Greaves Griffin Groenke Hart Hershenhouse Herzon Hoffs Holden Honsik Jakofsky A. Johnson K. Johnson Goodman Gulyash Hill Hyde L. Johnson Grady Hardinger Hirshfield Inferlandi Jones LIILLEGE 0F IIIEIJILIIIE GEORGE ERVIN KACHELE, B.S.g HAROLD KARL KAEMERLEp HARRY S. KAHN, B.S., Council- mang A. D. KARANDJEFF, B.S.p JEROME KAVKA, B.S. WILLIAM KESSLER, B.S.y RICHARD EWART KING, B.S.7 HAROLD EDWARD KLEMPTNERQ GEORGE PAUL KOTCHER, B.S.g HARRIET S. KOTT, B.S., Class Secretary, Senior Announce- menls Commillee GEORGE RALPH KOWALSKI, B.S., B.A.7 SHELDON ELLMAN KRASNOW, B.S,g HARVEY KRAVITZ, A.B.g WARREN WILLIAM KREFT, B.S.g ALBERT JOSEPH KUKRAL, JR. MYRON HAME KULWIN, B.S.p HARRY THEODORE KUTSUNIS, B.S.g JAMES WILLIAM LANDIS, B.S.g MARVIN IRVING LASKY, B.S.g JULES HILBERT LAST, B.S., Ph.D. IRVING MYRON LAVAy HARRY B. LERNER, B.S.g BERT LEVIN, B.S.g ASLE KINGSLEY LEWIS, B.S., B.A.p GERALD SYLVANE LIETZ, B.S., B.A. CLASS OF 'I944 1 ,, 2 if f L57 H Kachele Kessler Kowalski Kulwin Lava 78 AKAI. hr C e 'Q L- ' l' iff"1 .' 5" ,I J I Y,xX Y, Q 1, 1 3 3 I I 4 ,V 0 Kaemerle King Krasnow Kutsunis Lerner Kohn Karandiei Kavka Klemptner Kolcher Kott Kravitz Krefl Kukral Landis Lasky Last Levin Lewis Lielz LIILLEGE UF IIIEIJILIIIE ERIC PAUL LOFGREN, B.A., LESLIE CHARLTON LUNDSTEN, B.A., B.S., WILLIAM ERNEST MAMMEN, B.S., ALBERT CHARLES MARTIN, A.B., JAMES KRISTIAN MARTINS, B.S. RAYMOND GLENN MATHEWSON, A.B., DONALD EUGENE MCCLANATHAN, B.S., GORDON CHESTER MCNEILLY, B.S.p ROATH ELLSWORTH MEATHERINGHAM, A.B., DONALD GLENN MICHELS, A.B., B.S. LEROY JOSHUA MILLER, B.S.g HAROLD B, MINDELL, A.B., RUDOLPH GEORGE MRAZEK, JR., B.A., EDWIN ELMER MULLIN, B.S., WILLIAM STANLEY NAINIS, B.S. CARL ALBERT NELSON, A.B., EDWARD ARTHUR NEWMAN, B.S,, IRA NICHOLS, A.B., B.S.p CLARENCE GEORGE NOVAK, B.S.g RANDALL DAY NYMAN, B.A. JOHN CHARLES O'BRIEN, B.A., B.S., GEORGE LOUIS PASTNACK, THAD WALTER JOSEPH PIANOWSKI, B.S.g DUANE FRED PILE, B.S.y PAUL PLOTKIN, B.A., B.S. CLASS OF 1944 .f I I Lofgren Lundslen Mummen Malhewson McCIanuIhan McNeiIIy Miller Mindell Mrcxzek Nelson Newman Nichols O'Brien Puslnuck Piunowski Marlin Meolheringhum Mullin Novak Pile Martins Michels Nuinis Nyman Plotkin Q COLLEGE 0F IIIEDILIIIE 3 I GEORGE POWERS, A B ROY THOMAS RAPP, ARTHUR EUGENE RIKLI B.S. C LASS O F I 944 RALPH EUGENE SAMUELSON, A.B. HOWARD WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, A.B. HOWARD MAYO SEIDNER, B.S. JACK WILSON SINGLETON ERNEST JOSEPH SASLOW, B.A. PAUL JEFFREY SCHUTZ, A.B. FLOYD FRANKLIN SHEWMAKE GARLAND STANLEY SINOW, Councilman-Alterncie HAZ EL RUTH SCHAYES, B.A. WILLIAM ELLIS SCHWIED, A.B. Y NORMAN MARVIN SHORE, B.S. 'ls ROBERT LESLIE SMITH, A.B. 80 CLASS OF 'I944 RICHARD CLARK ROBINSON, DON WALLACE PRANKE, B.S. FREDERICK MARK REIS, B.S. HARDIN McLEAN RITCHEY, A.B., B.S. CHARLES EDWARD ROSSELL, A.B. LLOYD STANLEY RALSTON B.S., B.A. HERBERT RIFKIN GEORGE ALBERT ROBERTS A.B., B.S. HENRY LEONARD RUEHR J EIILLEGE UF MEDICINE CLASS OF 1944 HOWARD CHARLES STEHLE, B.S. PAUL LAVERN SWAN, B.S., Class Vice-President, Senior Key Chairman JAMES ROBERT THOMPSON, Class President WILLIAM HENRY TODD, A.B. SHELDON MARVIN TUCKER, B.S., Senior Picture Chairman WALTER PATRICK STEN BORG, B.S. ARTHUR SWEET, B.S., Class Treasurer ROBERT FRANKLIN THORPE, B.A. HERBERT ARTHUR TOPPER, 7 iw PM JOHN CROWDER VALLANCY HARRY WALTER STUERM ER, B.A., B.S. DONALD WALTER TARUN, B.A., B.S. DANIEL ANGLIM TOBIN, B.S. ROBERT LYMAN TOURNEY PETER LOUIS VINCIGUERRA, B.S. B.S. A.B. B.S. FRANK JOSEPH VYKOUK, CHARLES K. WELLS, MICHAEL FRANK WITANOWSKI, B.S., lllio Chairman JOHN JOSEPH ZANNINI, gs CLASS OF 1944 FLORENCE AMELIA WALTERS, M.T., B.S. ROBERT BROWNING WHITE, B.A., B.S., Councilman MARGARET ENRIGHT WOOD, B.S. MILTON ZIBEL, B.S., B.A. limi -' .1-.X . V, ,L M. BYRON WEISBAUM, B.S. I EDWARD JOHN WISS RICHARD ANTHONY ZAK, A.B., B.S. LOWELL KEITH WILLIAMS, B.S. 81 LULLEGE 0F lllElJlLlllE JOHN MICHAEL ABELL, B.S., JOHN ALBERT AIMONE, B.S.: GEORGE LAWRENCE ALTMAN, B.S., JOHN WILLIAM ARGABRITE, B.S., M.S., VITOLD ARNETT, A.B., Ph.D., M.A. ROBERT ALAN ATKINS, B.S., JOHN J. BAILEY, B.S., GEORGE WILLARD BAIR, A.B,p LESTER BAKER, B.S., ROBERT WHITNEY BAKER, B.S., A.B. - STUART STANLEY BEDERMAN, B.S., A.B., LIONEL M. BERNSTEIN, B.S., ALDEN KINNEY BOOR, JR., B.S., WALTER JOHN BORAK, B.S., FORREST LOWELL BOWTON, A.B. KIRKLAND CLIFFORD BRACE, B.S., A.B., ELROY GEORGE BURGWALD, B.S., NATE CHALMERS, B.S., ROBERT ARTHUR CHAPMAN, A.B.: LAWRENCE GRAHAM CHRISTIANSON, B.S., A.B. HAROLD R. COHEN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., WILLIAM MCINTOSH COON, A.B., MARVIN EARL COOPER, B.S., THOMAS LOU CORIDEN, A.B., JOSEPH LYLE CRUMRINE, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 Abell Atkins Bedermcn Brace Cohen 82 Aimone Bailey Bernstein Burgwald Coon Altman Argabrite Arnett Bair L. Baker R. Baker Boor Borok Bowton Chalmers Chapman Christianson Cooper Coriden Crumrine LIILLEGE 0F IIIEIIILIIIE EDWARD DASHUT-DANTE, B.S., D.D.S.p SAM DECKER, B.S., M.S., WILLIAM PAUL DEISS, Alfernale Councilman, JOHN CORNELIUS DWYER, JR., B.S., ROBERT HOLMES DYSINGER, A.B., HAROLD JOSEPH EISENBERG, A.B., OSWALD PHILIP ERICKSON, B.S., A.B., EDSON LESTER ETHERTON, B.S., KENNETH JAMES FIJAN, B.S., FRANCIS EDWARD FLANNERY, A.B. NORMAN CARL FLAU, JOSEPH GERALD FORTNER, B.S., LAWRENCE DAVIS FREDERICK, JR., B.S., IRVING ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN, B.S., A.B., LEROY BERNARD GARBE, B.S. STERLING DAVIS GARRARD, HAROLD WARD GARVIN, B.S., FRED ALBERT GATTAS, B.S., ARTHUR MELVIN GOLDBERG, STANLEY ZANE GOLDBERG, B.S. LEO MILTON GOLDMANp ABRAHAM GOLUM, B.S., ARCHER SAMUEL GORDON, A.B., B.S., Councilman, HENRY IRVING GRAHAM, B.S., A.B., WILLIAM CASPER GRATER, A.B. CLASS OF 1945 Dashul-Danle Decker Deiss Dwyer Eisenberg Erickson Elherton Fiian Flau Forlner Frederick Friedman Garrard Garvin Gallas A. Goldberg Goldman Golum Gordon Graham Dysinger Flannery Garbe S. Goldberg Graler 83 COLLEGE UF ITIEIIILIIIE LOUIS RAYMOND GRECO, JR., B.S., IRVING MEYER GREENBERG, B,S., A.B., ROBERT EDMAN GREENFIELD, JR., B.S., LOUIS JOSEPH GREGORY, B.S,, ROBERT EDWARD HAAN, A.B. MACK JOSEPH HARRIS, B.S., GORDEON WILBUR HASSE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., MILTON D. HEIFETZ, B.S.: JOHN ARTHUR HENDERSON, B.S., WILLIAM ALBERT HERATH, B.S. GERNON PAUL HESSELSCHWERDT, B.S., FRANK JANDUS HONSIK, A.B., CHARLOTTE JOAN HURWITZ, B.S., KEITH RANDALL IRISH, B.S., DAVID MEYER JOSEPH, B.S. ROGER ALLEN JUEL, B.S., IRVING NEWTON KAGEN, B.S., HAROLD ROBERT KAMENEAR, B.S., ROBERT M. KAPLAN, B.S., IRVING ARRON KATZ, B.S. CLYDE AUGUST KIRCHOFF, B.S., EARL VINCENT KLAREN, B.S., WARREN JOHN KLOPSCHg EDWARD J. KOLLAR, A.B., M.S.y WALTER JOHN KOPSA, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 00 1 51 " .., ,Iss , 1- 'T X Su 5.3, I a Greco Greenberg Greenfield Gregory Haan Harris Hasse Heifetz Henderson Herath Hesselschwerdi Honsik Hurwilz Irish Joseph Juel Kugen Kumenear Kaplan Katz Kirchoff Klaren Klopsch Kollar Kopsa 84 ILULLEGE UF MEDICINE HERBERT KOROL, B.S., EVELYN DOROTHY KOSAR, B.S., CHARLES HENRY KRAMER, B.S., WALTER WILLIAM LEDYARD, A.B., Councilman, FRANK LOUIS LESKE, A.B. ROY LINDGREN, B.S., JOHN JOSEPH LIPINSKI, A.B., B.S., WILLIAM CARROLL LITHGOW, B.S., JOHN STERRY LONG, B.S., JULIAN SCOTT LORENZ, B.S., Class President S. HERBERT LOSEFF, B.S., JOHN GIBSON LUMPKIN, JR., B.S., M.S., HOMER CORNELIUS LYMAN, JR., B.S., JOHN CECIL LYONS, A.B., B.S., AUGUST MARTINUCCI, B.S. SAMUEL LEONARD MARVIN, A.B., B.S., RICHARD THOMAS MATLAVISH, B.S., M. ELIZABETH MAYRAND, B.S., Class Secretary, PETER JOSEPH MCFARLANE, B.S., MYRON MELAMED, B.S. ALVIN SAUL MEROWITZ, A.B., EDWARD GEORGE MERRITT, B.S., WILLIAM T. MESZAROS, B.S., WILLARD CARL MEYER, B.S., EDWARD JOSEPH MILLER, B.S. CLASS OF 'I945 4 rm .Q ,, 1 ,Y A 'Wi 2' 3? , I ' ww' I nu 2--9 ' 15? 1 5,2 ' Korol Kosar Kramer Lindgren Lipinski Lithgow Loseff Lumpkin Lyman Marvin Matlavish Mayrand Merowitz Merritt Meszaros Ledyard Long Lyons McFarlane Meyer Leske Lorenz Martinucci Melamed E. Miller 85 EIILLEGE IIE IIIEDIEIIIE MILTON J. MILLER, B.S., ROBERT J. MILOS, B.S., CHARLES ARTHUR MOLDEN, B.A.g JOSEPH EMMET MOLLOY, B.S., M. GLENN MOLYNEAUX, B.S. CHARLES CHRISTOPHER MUEHE, THOMAS A. MUNSON, JOSEPH WILLIAM MURPHY, SR., B.S., ROBERT H. MURPHY, B.S., GLEB ALEXANDER NEDZEL, B.S. NORMAN L. NELLER, B.S., ROBERT DOUGLAS NESBITT, B.S., KENNETH SMITH NOLAN, B.A. B.S., JOHN J. O'BRIEN, B.S., RUSSEL LEROY OYER, A.B. ANTON MARC PANTONE, B.S., JOSEPH S. PECORA, A.B., MARTIN ALBERT PFOTENHAUER B.S., WENDELL JAMES PILE, B.S., CLIFFORD GEORGE PILZ, B.S. a CLARENCE JOSEPH PODORE, B.S., GEORGE HOWARD POLLACK, B.S., Class Vice-Presidenlp ROLF H. PRATUM, B.S., SOPHIE JEAN PRZYDATEKg THOMAS JAMES QUILTY, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 Miller Muehe Neller Panfone Podore 86 Milos Munson Nesbitt Pecoro Pollack .V , Molden Molloy Molyneoux J. Murphy R. Murphy Nedzel Nolan O'Brien Oyer Pfofenhuuer Pile PiIz Praium Przydalek Quiliy r COLLEGE UF HIEIIILIIIE VINCENT EUGENE QUITMEYER, B.A., B.S., CHARLES ARTHUR RAMEYp LEONARD P. RAPO- PORT, B.S.y QUENTIN HARRY REED, B.Ed., VERNOY ARTHUR REIHMER, B.S., M.S. CARL NELSON REILLY, JR., B.S., IMAS WARD RICE, B.S., GLENN ELRICK ROSS, B.S., Council- man, SAMUEL IRWIN RUBENSTIEN, B.S., CLYDE AUGUSTUS RULISON, A.B. GORDON C. SAUER, B.S., GORDON WENTWORTH SEARLE, B.S., JAMES MELVIN SEVERSON, JR., CHARLES HERMAN SHAIOVA, B.S., DANIEL SHAPIRO, B.S. NORMAN SHRIFTER, B.S., MARSHAL URKOV SIMON, B.S., FRANK BRADLEY SNELL, B.S., Class Treasurer, ALICE MAE SOLAR, B.S., WILFRED MARLOWE SPAITS, B.S. HARRY SPERLING, B.S., PAUL STEINERg RICHARD BATTELL STEPHENSON, B.S., M.S., MARY JANE STERN, A.B., EDWIN WALTER STEVENS, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 Quifmeyer Ramey Reilly Rice Sauer Searle Shrifler Simon Sperling Steiner Rapoporl Ross Severson Snell Slephenson Reed Rubenslien Shaiova Solar Stern Reihmer Rulison Shapiro Spaits Slevens EULLEGE UF IIIEIIIEIIIE SOL S. STRAUSS, B.S.p DALE W. SUNDERLAND, HARRY CARL SWANSTROM, JR., B.S.p EDWARD S. TALAGA, B.S.p THEODORE NEAL TAUSIG JOHN J. THOMETZ, B.S., WILLIAM ARTHUR TOMLINSON, 5.5.5 BANE THURLOW TRAVIS, B.S., JACK TRESLEY, B.S.5 WILLIAM DANIEL TRUMPE, 5.5. FRANK URBAN, B.S., Ph.D., CHARLES BROWN VAN GORDERg JOSEPH AUGUSTINE VAN HAM, 3.5.5 PAUL PHILLIP VAN KIRK, A.B., RICHARD OTTO VYCITAL, B.S., Picture Commiiiee, Chairman, Illio Committee WILLIAM McALPINE WALKER, B.S.7 WILLIAM JOHN WARMINGTON, 5.5.5 WOLFGANG LEONARD WEYL, B.S., A.B.p LAWRENCE ALEXANDER WHITFIELD, S.B., S.M., GLEN HERBERT WICHTERMAN, B.S. WILLIAM HANSFORD WILSON, JR., A.B., GORDON FRANK WOLFE, 8.5.1 CHARLES WADISON WREN, JR., B.S.p JOHN L. WRIGHT, B.S.p RICHARD WAYNE ZALAR, B.S. CLASS OF 1945 Strauss Thometz Urban Walker Wilson Sunderland Tomlinson Vcn Gorder Warmington Wolfe Swanstrom Travis Van Ham Weyl Wren Talaga Tausig Tresley Trumpe Van Kirk Vycitul Whitfield Wichterman Wright Zalar as-A HERE ann mens . . . ' E r If , 1 X if: nf- +-vs - Q i Woolcott Street. Center: Upper leff and righf: Scenes at the orthopedlcs courts. Cenfer left: The familiar milkman, during the noon hour on ' st as "Mrs, E.," poses for her picture. Cenfer right: Virginia Mularz at work in the pharmacy lab. Lower ' ' t ctions from Miss March, therapist. Mrs. Engellohn, known to mo leff: OT students in their workshop. Lower right: OT students receive uns ru 89 p'.--f- Manufacfuring Laborofory . ,X . , .. I ,ani EULLEGE UF PHHRIHHEU Manufucfuring Ldb0lUfOfY EULLEGE PHllRlllHl!l Dr. Earl R Ser es Dean By the time this volume of the Illio 'is released by the press, it would seem logical to conclude that the severity of the war effort will have become modified, and that many of the men now in service will have been released to civilian life. With this thought in mind, the staff of the College of Pharmacy has been busily engaged in preparing courses of instruction which it hopes will best serve the needs of the veteran, whether he be from the ranks of those whose college training was suddenly interrupted, or whether he be a former graduate who has envisioned new fields during his period of service and desires to broaden the scope of his formal education. The civilian program of instruction has been steadfastly maintained, and in certain areas marked improvements in the physical facilities of the College have been established, The Hospital Pharmacy has undergone a complete renovation, more than doubling the former space occupied, thus attording an opportunity for both graduate and undergraduate training in the field of Hospital Pharmacy. New courses have been added in Chemistry and Pharmacognosy, and plans are well under way for the development of a Drug Plant Experiment Station, where the student will have an opportunity to study all phases of this important industry. Dr. Earl Roy Serles was born near Salem, South Dakota, in 1890, and received his Ph.G. and B.S. in Pharmacy, and M.S. in Chemistry and Physics from South Dakota State College. After serving as Dean of the College of Pharmacy of South Dakota State College from i923-1940, he came to the Chicago Campus of the University of Illinois, as Dean of the College of Pharmacy. Dean Serles is well known for his discoveries and experimentation in the field of Pharmacy. Outdoor view COLLEGE UF PHIIRIIIHLU L'X.I.x 1, 6 A 3' , 1 .- L 533 ,1:'f'.'.,..i3' . 1: , E, Q CLASS OF 1944 DOROTHY BLANCHE DUNOVSKY IRWIN KALFEN SEYMOUR LEE MANDEL, Vice4PresidenI LEON HARRY RESNICK GILBERT E. ALPERT CLASS OF 'I DOROTHY FRANCES BRADLEY, President VERNON H. LAMPERT PHILIP STEINBERG 92 HELEN NANCY BIASI NAOMI GLORIA BROWN DONALD EDDY MEYER MEYER WANKOVSKY 945 JOSEPH ALEXANDER BOGGIO, Treasurer EUGENIA R. BYSTRZYCKI, Secretary THEODORE GEORGE SCHOON, Vice-President MARY JANET GRANT LEONARD KALFEN, President VIRGINIA FLORENCE MULARZ, Treasurer WILLIAM SHEARD ROBERSON FRANCIS JOSEPH HEIMSATH DIVA MARY LOLLI, Secretary ELEANOR JUNE McELHANEY FRED L. ROBERTS Faculty Card Room af Noon Sfudenf Sfring Trio EHIEHGU lllllll Ulll0ll The Chicago lllini Union is a social and recreational center enioyed by students cmd faculty alike. Union functions are governed by the Advisory Board, of which faculty members, students, alumni, and employed di- rectors are members. Faculty representatives on the board are Prof. Herbert Emig, Dr. Maynard Hine, and Dr. Gerhardt von Bonin, while students are represented by Joseph Zeger, Robert White, and Erwin Kalfen. Others on the Board are Mr. David Lofgren, Alumni: Mr. Harry Pearce, Physical Planff Mr. John Millizen, Business Office: Miss Margaret Johnson, Manager: Miss Elizabeth Bullwinkel, Social Direcforf and Mr. Fred Kasch, Physical Director. Musical presentations are in the hands of Nate Chal- mers, Herbert Herzon, Richard Stephenson, Shirl Ben- ning, Robert Karraker, Andy Uterhart, Clarence Paciorka, and Elza Buettner, while Union sports are organized by R. G. Canham, Joseph Zeger, Burton Merowitz, Jack Moshein, Edwin Casey, and Lester Weitzman. ln charge of social events are Warren Kreft, Arthur Rikli, Arthur Sweet, Jay Schmidt, William Casey, Thomas Wise, Paul Reuben, and Mildred Gendvilas. Hospitality Hour in the Music Lounge I Fresh.-Sopli. Mixer 93 I ,E EF' , - IIIIIIIU SERVIEE FUREES UNIVERSITY 0F ILLINIIIS CHICAGO CAMPUS Karl M. Dallenbclch Mcior ADJ Commandanf 3663rd SU-HSTP CAIIET UFFICERS Top Row: Goldstein, lnlerlandi, Phillips, Last, Nord, Calhoun, Frank, Butz, Seeds Middle Row: Wise, Kessler, Aulen, Kowalski, Folwell, Kreff, Ulerharl, Moshein, Goldman Boffom Row: Coriden, Wren, Sunderland, Rikli, Sgf. Wilczak, Cpl. Blosius, Kahn, Gulyash, Wallach, Sgl. Mastropielro 94 BAND Top Row: Feldman, Mullin, Hasse, Burrell, Benning, Baker, Sperling, Simon, Pile, Juel, Lofgren, Karraker Third Row: Kolodzieiczyk, Tenczar, Mallavish, Reed, Greenstein, Dooley, Meszaros, Landy, Pile, Peacock, Rice, Landis Second Row: Erickson, Lindahl, Levin, Posilewail, Garfinkel, Benvenuli, Grossman, Kahl, West, Shesler, Hornslein, Twedl, Kramer Boffom Row: Froom, Leone, Sreebny, Marks, Milos, Casey BUMPANY A Top Row: Plotkin, Nudelman, Vykouk, O'Brien, Williams, Paslnack, Nyman, Novak, Swan, Reis, Wassell, Pianowski, Levin, Topper, Rikli Middle Row: Guidon, R. Kowalski, King, G. Kowalski, Kahn, Erikson, Mammen, Ehrlich, Kulwin, Tucker, Chapman, Smith, Cohen, Kutsunis, Reilman Boffom Row: Zucker, Krefi, McClanalhan, Michels, Krasnow, Pope, Newman, Bulz, Sullivan, Riklin, Baranowski, Hirshfield, Lasl, Lerner, Lund- slen, Olson, Kessler IIUMPANY A Top Row: Ralslon, Hyde, Jones, Gellelman, Karandieff, Brockman, Rapp, Weisbaum, Shore, Greaves, Saslow, Barlels, Ruehr, Klavon Middle Row: Eggen, Douglas, Aulen, Schwied, Ashley, Fogelman, Freese, Kaemerle, Garvin, Powers, Hill, Poriss, Goldslein, Borkenhagen ,Boffom Row: Camras, Nelson, Cwalina, Klemplner, Kavka, Hirschlick, Drago, Jakofsky, Herzon, Lerman, Wells, Garland, Shewmake, Thorpe, Goldman Nor in Panel: Biliskis, Kowalski, Muller, Rubenstein, Underwood, Alias, Frederick, King, Lasky, Mrazek, J. O'Brien, Robinson, Slrauch, Tarun, Tobin, Vinciguerra, Wiss, Witanowski, Zannini 95 CUMPANY B Top Row: Shaiovo, Wright, Zolar, Wolfe, Severson, Yalowitz, Warczok, Vycital, Thometz, Towns, Claus, Goldberg, Shrifter, Stephenson, Eisenberg Third Row: Rice, Pollock, Pfotenhauer, Oyer, Ramey, Rapaport, Murphy, Pantone, Pilz, Herath, Lindgren, Neller, Rubinstein, Shapiro, Tauman, Strauss, Melamed Second Row: Wisebart, Lyons, Marvin, Miller, McFarland, Katz, Lite, Wise, Moddy, Munson, Nolan, Reilley, Levy, Pecora, Murphy, Nedzel, Swanstrom Boffom Row: Tausig, Kloren, Kopsa, Korol, Kirchhofl, Podore, Greenberg, Solow, Eisman, Goldberg, Glickmon, Bolter, Friedman, Watkins, Stewart, Van Gorder CUMPANY B Top Row: Dwyer, Altman, Long, Levin, Bicknell, Kollar, Quitmeyer, Lipinski, Coon, Erickson, Dysinger, Frederick, lrish, Cooper, Hesselschwerdt Third Row: Atkins, Quilty, Katz, Argabrite, Rosen, Graham, Harris, Rueben, Kamenear, Golum, Burgwald, Gregory, Gattas, Bailey, Friedman, Rubinstein Second Row: Bederman, Greco, Grater, Henderson, Brace, Baker, Goldberg, Joseph, Heitetz, Deiss, Gorrard, Kagen, Cohen, Wren, Goldman, Dashut-Dante Bottom Row: Arnett, Sauer, Shrifter, Bernstein, Gerstein, Neilson, Mortinucci, Meyer, Molden, Rosen, Lunseth, Merrowitz, O'Brien, Nesbitt Not in Panel: Christionson, Dwyer, Fortner, Gordon, Greco, Haan, Kaplan, Molloy, Olmstead, Pantone, Rapoport, Snell, Seiner, Wilson, Fried- man, Katz, Legare, Levin, Robinson, Rosen, Shulrutt CUMPANY ll Top Row: Hawkins, Worcester, Muench, Flaherty, Balter, Rubin, McClellan, Roe, Bendinelli, Fierce, Johnston, Stone, Greco, Grippe, Frymire, Vitt Third Row: Stoack, Malone, Cox, Frost, Howard, Stephenson, Singer, Sickley, Kroll, Kamenir, H. Levin, Bloom, Raskin, Randolph, Cohen, Schulte, l. Levin, Borkenhogen Second Row: Hozelkorn, Anderegg, Schiller, Smith, Poynter, Perkins, Robinson, Randolph, Penefsky, Carius, Molay, Rosner, Mintzer, Jacobson, Vanderbilt, Pracyk, Omens Boffom Row: Weyl, Green, Spiro, Kahn, Cohen, Metzmaker, McLoughlin, Matlin, Michaels, Monahan, Bachar, Epstein, Sherman, Olson, Seeds 96 GUMPANY C Tap Row: Cech, Levin, Levine, King, Kahne, Ketring, Jenicek, Kousneiz, Kowalski, Wallk, Zeger, Lane, Vfachob, Zack, Krefoa, Zimmerman, Snider Third Row: Sherman, Bessinger, Treiger, lhnen, Carlson, Hart, Garrison, Forman, Hunter, Harris, lcenogle, Froning, Hediger, Saxon, Sofio, Ten' ney, Moore Second Row: Christenson, Deabler, Chertack, Chambas, Echt, Dwyer, Diay, Dobrow, Fischer, Levatin, Kaufman, Pugh, O'Connor, Perry Bottom Row: Brophy, Wright, Benson, Busch, Altshul, Borgsmiller, McLaughlin, Cap, Beezy, Drake, Lichtman,,Mulowney, Peters Not in Panel: Alpern, Altschul, Atherton, Berman, Davis, Goldman, Hines, Lieberman, Lowry, Segal, Woodman, Alessio, Altman, Cerney, Cohen, Esbenson, Mattes, Sircus, Teitel Top Row: Sarnat, Motulsky, Schwartz, Simons, Schottman, Strecker, Shim kus, Tenney, Walovitch, Turke, Swanberg, Watters, Smeeten, Sperry Third Row: Law, Micholsen, Markelz, Saltz, Schroeder, Saavedra, Saperstein, Mann, Zur, Williams, Wilbur, Thompson, Russman, Resnick Second Raw: Lebow, Israel, Hochhauser, Karr, Noskin, Noble, Priest, Rensner, Nato, Nervell, Higgins, Linman, Lindsay, Shmulevith Boffom Row: Merritt, Reid, Kornblum, Raymer, Stern, Sirimarco, Swerdle, Herbstman, Zeidenstein, Muench, McCullough, Martinek, Merkin, Minner COMPANY ll Top Row: Driscoll, Marx, Kadison, Krupicka, Moberg, Mayer, Coleman, Esper, Chmiel, Goldstein, Goldberg, Gethner, Chenoweth, Gauss, Haw- kins Third Row: Nelson, Long, Liebling, Lowe, Ariagno, Dunn, Eigenbrodt, Genzer, Elwell, Dunnan, Borucki, Allen, Brussell, Fields Second Row: Goldberg, Jarand, Edwards, Kunka, Laff, Sunderland, Van Kirk, Phillips, Kessler, Frank, Loselt, Cavenagh, Becker, Ellman, Dugo- vitz, Dolin Bottom Row: Killip, Kiely, Herscovitz, Bos, Buzan, Larsen, Auerbach, Bennett, Brunoehler, Ascherman, Abrahams, Arnold, Becker Not in Panel: Best, Cotton, Kozakiewicz, Lowell, Noble, Rumack, Sword 97 S UHIVERSITU UF lLLIll0lS I'lllV9 V-I2 UlllT CHICAGD clmvus D-V lGl , USNR Commandanf . -nanliaia-avg Miss Grace Adams Ph. M2fc, USNR GRUUP I .f 1 Top Row: Holden, Grady, Groenke, Stuermer, Honsik, Clemens, Weitz, Martins, Kodosh Third Row: Zibel, L. Johnson, Leitz, Samuelson, Roberts, HoHs, Rossell, Kubrol, Tourney, Kachsle, Miller Second Row: Singleton, Todd, Sinow, Green, Hershenhouse, Bornes, K. Johnson, Nierenberg, Rifkin, Zak, Stenborg, Holan Boffom Row: Martin, Pranke, Shapiro, Nichols, Kotcher, Kravitz, Liischutz, Kaplan, Landon, Ellisberg, Griffin, Bastien Not in Panel: Allen, Barclay, Dritz, Ganz, Glenn, Goodman, Kaplan, lava, Lewis, Mathewson, McNeilly, Perloff, Rubenstein, Sanders, Scislowicz Stott, Sutton, Szmyd, Thurow, Van Steenborg, White, Wing, Zweibach 98 GRUUP H Top Row: Miller, Darst, Bone, Crumrine, Prenzler, Aram, Searle, Honsik, Price, Reizner, Christolil Third Row: Lorenz, Streitz, Harris, Goldberg, Tresley, Wilson, Alexander, Reihmer, Ross, Jarand, Molyneux, Klopsch, Wunsch, Whitlark, Yuskis, Talaga, Garvin Second Row: Kaufman, Buckingham, Spaits, Ledyard, Sylvester, Abell, Chapman, Fiian, Meisenheimer, Budwig, Gaspich, Henry, Ferry, Olson, Wainright, Rulison, Greenfield Bottom Row: Pratum, Van Ham, Trumpe, Flaherty, Koeck, Aimone, Etherton, Goodwin, Meuhe, Bair, Lithgow, Corntield, Bowton, Wichterman, Stevens Noi in Panel: Abell, Boar, Borak, Chalmers, Flannery, Garbe, Gilmore, Giosh, Goldenberg, Merowitz, Plesscher, Sexton, Travis, Warmington llllVU V-12 Ullll GRUUPIH it X Sf F F A . Top Row: Pipik, Buckingham, Simons, Schweitzer, Swanson, Guynn, Johnson, King, Dasso, Krauser, Jones Third Row: Richards, McKinstry, Weiss, Rottschaefer, Zwemer, Baker, Grittith, Andrews, Bertelsen, Cruft, Hauter, Kozlicki, Grice, Tanner, Falls Second Row: Roorda, Greenspan, Wright, Merton, Glamore, Osborne, Barnard, Gaines, Dyer, Koesterer, Marska, Crown, Roberts, Blattmachr, Grevas, Block Boffom Row: Alexander, Christofersen, Zaleznak, Sudakoff, LeVine, Lampert, Kiely, Pinkus, Schierer, Marcus, Scheel, Frey, Devlin, Noll, Levin, Goldman Nof in Panel: Blunck, Burdick, Camp, Dallenbach, Del Fava, De Young, Dougherty, Foultz, Jeffords, Kern, Krattt, Larson, Lieberman, Markovitz, Peters, Pope, Shaner, Shannon, Stevens, Wershing 99 0 HLPHH KHPPA KHPPH Born of a fraternity at Dartmouth known as "The Ace of Spades" in 1888, Alpha Kappa Kappa has emerged into the third largest of the medical fraternities in the United States. Unlike social fraternities, professional fraternities have grown from the desire of men preparing for specialized vocations such as engineering, law, and medicine, to better their future associations in their profession. Such an organi- zation is the medical fraternity of Alpha Kappa Kappa. Alpha Kappa Kappa has forty-four active chapters with a membership of l8,752 scattered throughout the country at all the better known medical schools. Eta chapter at the University of Illinois Medical School has an active membership of over seventy-five, a third of which live in the chapter house. All the members, most of which are in the Army or Navy, are students in medical school, and Eta can boast of a well rounded group active in intramurals, music, and student politics. Officers for this year as are follows: Don Ferry ........,..... ...... P resident' Vernon Guynn . . . .Vice-President Joe Fortner . . . ...... Secretary Bill Glascock . . ....... Treasurer Lee Stevenson. . . . . .Social Chairman l Top Row: D. Richards, D. Barnard, W. Strecker, C. Chenowith, V. Guynn, T. Devlin, D. Lindsay, H. Kunka, S. Becker, T. Glamore, J. Ferry, J. Monahan, T. Cap Fourth Row: R. Muench, T. Griffith, l.. Prenzler, E. Lowry, E. Bone, R. Carlson, E. Hediger, D. McLaughlin, H. Hunter, J. Harris Third Row: J. Crumrine, J. Long, W. Deiss, E. Burgwald, K. Irish, E. Merritt, R. Pratum, K. Fiian, J, Wainright, J. Roorda, E. Froning, J. Zannini Second Row: H. Schneider, M. Harris, J. Lipinski, K. Nolan, C. Molden, E. Etherton, J. Henderson, W. Ledyard, L. Greco, E. Stevens, T. Quilty, L. Stevenson, M. Wiltanowski, J. Fortner Boffom Row: D. MacClanathan, J. Gulyash, E. Lotgren, F. Allen, W. Mammon, J. Griffin, W. Kreft, V. Johnson, R. Ericson Nof in Panel: D. Douglas, R. Smith, W. Todd, H. Freese, R. Atkins, W. Meszaros, J. Murphy, A. Pantone, H. Aram, H. Gar- rison, J. Muldowney, T. Perry, H. Peters, W. Plesscher, H. Staack, G. Glascock IILPHH UIIIEGH The story of Alpha Omega, national dental fraternity, dates back to the year 1910. Alpha Omega was organized at the University of Pennsylvania. It is a national Jewish fraternity with its membership extending to almost every dental college in the nation. Here at the University of Illinois, Alpha Alpha chapter was organized in 1928 by a handful of men. Today Alpha Alpha is one of the largest and most proficient chapters of Alpha Omega. The social events provide some of the highlights of each school year. During the year several dinner meetings are held, at which time guest speakers proficient in the dental and the medical field are invited to present their viewpoints on various subiects of interest. The Senior farewell, the grandest event of the year, is presented in the form of a dinner dance. At this time, the fraternity honors graduating seniors by presenting each with a gift which in years to come will always be symbolic of his activities with Alpha Omega. Alpha Alpha has compiled an excellent record on the athletic field, as well as in the scholastic field. In the recently completed intramural football tournament, Alpha Alpha was named co-champion of the Chicago Campus. The men who have provided the leadership and the executive council for the year 1944 to 1945 are: Ira Goldberg, Chancellor, Joseph Solow, Vice-Chancellor, Joseph Rubenstein, Treasurer, Frank Garfin, Recording Scribe, Bernard Greenstein, Corresponding Scribe, David Tauman, Chaplain, and Marvin Jacobson, Historian. Top Row: B. Reizner, D. Maddy, T. Lite, A. Spiro, J. Levy, A. Altman, R. Laff, B. Cohen, L. Sreebny, B Cohen G Mann S. Marcus Fourfh Row: A. Shapiro, F. Green, L. Kahn, G. Ascherman, S. Kaplan, H. Shapiro, V. Ganz, C. Sudakoft H Weiss J Ras kin, D. Tauman Third Row: M. Lerman, M. Penefsky, S. Simons, P. Rueben, W. Shulruff, S. Sircus, M. Jacobson, P. Bloom, A Molay A Levin J. Resnick, G. Perloff Second Row: B. Merowitz, A. Claus, B. Greenstein, J. Rubenstein, I. Goldberg, J. Solow, F. Gartinkel, A Katz Boffom Row: J. Hazelkorn, S. Goldman, A. Dolin, M. Walovitch, A. Dunn, J. Noskin Nof in Panel: E. Hirschtick, I. Hokin, B. Klavan, E. Poriss, N. Potkin, B. Riklin, J. Rubinstein, F. Weitz, J. Zeger J Zweibach I. Glickman, M. Robinson, B. Teitel l iv 401 T7 Top Row: G. Hilker, C. Cohen, N. Holofle, E. Straub, L. Goldman, E. Brumbaugh Second Row: E. Buettner, M. Naylor, P. Reiftel, D. Tatter, F. Schaar, M. Hardinger Boffom Row: C. Hill, C. Faul, Mrs. Engleiohn, F. Walters, E. Kosar, A. Solar Not in Panel: M. Hardinger, H. Schayes, M. Wood, V. Edwards, M. Lawson, M. Stern, M. Richards, L. Blanksma Alpha Epsilon lota is a national fraternity of medical women-both students and practicing physicians. There are 21 active chapters in medical colleges from coast to coast. At the University of Illinois, the Delta chapter was founded in 1899, and numbered among its alumnae XY? F J fl. 'S' 'T i ft- 4.1, 1 511 . it-1' ' f 1v,,.w-,J ,Y 1.77. ' ' 'WV' l 1 i l vu HLPHH EPSILUI1 lllTll are many able medical women. The present student membership numbers 21 women. Officers are: Florence Walters, president, Evelyn Kosar, vice-president, Mary R. Richards, recording secretary, Camille Hill, corre- sponding secretary, and Clarice Faul, treasurer. Top Row: F. Reis, J. Fortner, J, Cohen, N. Shrifter, D. Shapiro, A. Lewis, H. Mindell Second Row: E. Wiss, M. Witanowski, D. Tarun, J. Lorenz, E. Kollar, R. White, G. Pollock Boffom Row: L. Ralston, H. Ruehr, Dr. W. Cole, H. Freese, E. Elisberg, D. Auten Not in Panel: J. Interlandi, H. Kahn, D. Michels, P. Schutz, G. Sinow HLPHH lllllflill HLPHH Alpha Omega Alpha is a non-secret medical honor society, membership to which is based entirely upon scholarship. It was founded by Dr. William W. Root at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago, then the Medical Department of the University of Illinois, on 102 August 25, 1902. lt is the only order of its kind on this continent. At the present time charters have been granted to 47 chapters in medical schools in the United States and Canada. Alpha Omega Alpha is not a social organization. DELTH SlGlllll IJELTH Delta Sigma Delta fraternity was founded at the University of Michigan on November 15, 1882. Rho chapter at the Chicago campus, University of Illinois, was founded December 9, 1901. The fraternity is national in its scope and has thirty-three subordinate chapters. Continental chapters were provided for in 1923 and embrace in their membership men of renown in the profession of dentistry who are practicing abroad. Membership in Delta Sigma Delta is restricted to students and practitioners of the profession of dentistry who keep high the standards of scholarship, and strive toward scientific, ethical, and professional progress. There are two general mem- bership classifications: the undergraduate students in the subordinate chapters, and the alumni membership in the Supreme Chapter. Rho chapter of the Delts enioys its many social activities. Each year members especially anticipate the "Hobo" dance and the Senior Farewell dinner-dance. These gala affairs are supplemented with frequent house parties and smokers. With the advent of the accelerated University program, beach parties, picnics, and other outdoor activities have been initiated during the summer months. Dr. Peter Wlodkowski is the faculty advisor. Among the fraternity's outstanding alumni was the late Dr. Frederic B. Moorehead, former Dean of the College of Dentistry, and professor of oral surgery. Present officers are: Carl Muller, Grand Master, George Van Steenberg, Worthy Master, Thomas Wise, Treasurer, James Saylor, Scribe, Jack Burrell, Historian, Van Phillips, Senior Page, Matt Scislowitz, Junior Page, and Stanley Wrobel, Tyler. 3 .. L lla.. Top Row: R. Randolph, C. Shaner, L. Blanchette, L. Alessio, L. Jarand, D. Iliff, W. Vitt, J. Peters, R. Dyer, J. Dougherty, G. Blattmachr, P. Larson Third Row: W. Bendinelli, Malone, R. Frost, S. Johnson, R. Postlewaite, E. Price, D. Christoff, J. Cox, R. Seeds, D. Rensner Second Row: K. Olson, J. Calhoun, W. Bicknell, S. Benning, M. Shepro, B. Warzak, D. Roe, R. Karraker, R. Bates, D. Twedt Boffom Row: S. Wrobel, J. Burrell, C. Muller, Dr. Wlodkowski, J. Saylor, V. Phillips, T. Wise, A. Uterhart Not' in Panel: L. Baranowski, R. Canham, S. Saunders, M. Scislowicz, G. Van Steenberg, R. Wing, R. Legare, S. Pogirsky, M. Carius, W. Schulte, R. Streitz, C. Vanderbilt, J. Wilson, J. Zwemer, M. Borucki, W. Chmiel, J. Dunnan, J. Edwards, W. Frey, E. Hawkins, D. Kozakiewicz, R. Law, E. Muench, P. Pope 103 l Top Row: D. Lies, L. Blanchette, H. Watters, J. Levy Bottom Row: J. Zeger, B. Klavan, R. Canham, M. Szmyd 5? is H . Nof in Panel: R. Karraker, T. Rosen, L. Sreebny, A. Malone, B. Teilel, C. Shaner, M. Tanner The Student Council of the College of Dentistry, an organization similar in function and purpose to the Student Council of the College of Medicine, consists of a group of elected representatives of the Dentistry student body who act in the interests of the students and endeavor to solve any problems pertaining to stu- dents in the College of Dentistry. The Student Council DEITTHL STUIJEITT LUUITEIL works in coniunction with the administration, faculty, students, and other individuals interested in matters pertaining to students of the College of Dentistry. The Dental Student Council organizes and runs the Student-Faculty All-College Dance, which is an annual event. It also is responsible for the organization of the annual Senior Dinner program--also a traditional event. Top Raw: Carlene Friedley, Virginia Mularz, Dorothy Dunovsky Bolfom Row: Irene Nowak, Mary Janet Grant, Eleanor McElhaney, Diva Lolli Lllllllillll llHPPll SlGlIlH Since its founding in 1913 at Boston, Massachusetts, Lambda Kappa Sigma has been fostering lasting friendships among women studying and practicing the use of mortar, pestle, and graduate. Gamma chapter, third oldest of the 26 chapters, chooses its members from among the female students in the College of Phar- macy on the basis of scholarship and character. Chapter activities involve tradition, social work, and fun. For tradition there is Hygeia Day with its profes- sional program in honor of the patroness of Pharmacy, 104 Founder's Day, the formal pledging and initiation cere- monies, the annual installation dinner, and the pre- sentation of the honor key to the outstanding senior member. For social welfare, there are plays and pro- grams for the children in the research hospitals. For fun, there are beach parties, theater parties, Hell Week, and chatter sessions. Chapter officers: Virginia Mularz, president, Mary Janet Grant, vice-president, Dorothy Dunovsky, secretary, Carlene Friedley, treasurer, and Eleanor McElhaney, social chairman. Pi Kappa Epsilon is a professional fraternity com- l Top Row: H. Grossman, C. Hart, R. White, H. Kahn, G. Shimkus Third Row: G. Sinow, C. Bone, C. Kramer, G. Sauer Second Row: J. Thompson, R. Johnson, A. Herscovitz, G. Hesselschwerdt Boffom Row: W. Ledyard, A. Swanson, Dr. Cole, R. Vycital, E. Liebner Nof in Panel: H. Garrison, D. Ferry lllEDlfHl STUlJEllT EllUllLlL The Student Council of the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois, an organization consisting of democratically elected representatives of the student body of the College of Medicine, concerns itself with the welfare and education of the student body. It co-operates with the administration, faculty, students, or any interested individuals or groups in the attain- ment of its obiectives. Top Row: J. Flaherty, D. Ferry, J. Wainwright, R. Buckingham, Dr. R. J. Jensik, W. Dwyer Second Row: H. Garvin, W. Garrard, R. Vycital, N. Flaherty Third Row: R. Matlavish, C. Malden, R. White, J. Murphy, D. Michaels Fourth Row: J. Lorenz, F. Woodman, E. Sylvester, D. Sunderland, R. Murphy Fifth Row: G. Hesselschwerdt, D. Pranke, H. Garvin, R. Zak, E. Bone Sixth Row: F. Flannery, A. Kukral, G. Pastnack, W. Lithgow, T. Pianowski Sevenfh Row: J. Thompson, W. Kreft, Dr. W. H. Cole, Dr. H. O. Deuss, Dr. P. Bailey, J. Goodman Noi in Panel: L. Garbe, D. McClanathan, C. Muehe, R. Thorpe, P. Vinciguerra, M. Witanowski, J. Abell, J. Bailey, T, Cori- founded in 1921 by Dale P. Osborn and others at den, E. Klaren, G. Wolfe, T. Gregory, P. Harris, J. McLaughlin, H. Michaeles, T. Randolph posed of men elected from the medical fraternities on the Chicago Campus, and from the more popular mem- bers of the medical faculty of Rush Medical College and the University of Illinois. The fraternity was Northwestern, its two chapters being at Northwestern and Illinois. The officers this year are: Richard Mat- lavish, president, Francis Flannery, vice-president, Dale Sunderland, treasurer, and Julian Lorenz, secretary. l05 llU Sllilllll llU Nu Sigma Nu is the oldest "professional fraternity devoted to the study of, and the practice of medicine and medical arts," since it was founded at the University of Michigan on March 2, 1882 by students Will Mayo, Ben Strong, Fred Bailey, Bob Stephens, Charles Frye, and John Gish. The Eta chapter of Illinois was founded ten years later as the first medical fraternity at the University of Illinois. To carry on the high standards set by the first group of students in 1882, mem- bers this year have succeeded in doing their part. Don Auten, Don Michels, Don Tarun, and Joe lnterlandi are in Alpha Omega Alpha scholastic honorary. Tom Coriden, Bill Grater, and Joe lnterlandi are A.S.T.P cadet officers, and Al Swanson is president of the freshman class. Nu Sig's six-man football team holds the Saturday afternoon touch football championship. The large group of alumni on the faculty, eighty doctors, is headed by Dr. Francis Senear, Head of the Department of Derma- tology, Dr. Warren Cole, Head of the Department of Surgery, atnd Dr. Hugh McGuigan, Head of the Department of Pharmacology. The two groups of oFficers serving this past year are: Presidents, Gordon Sauer and Jim Hines, Vice-Presidents, Jim Aplington and Gordon Hasse, Secretaries, Fred Whitlark and Jack Falls, Treasurers, Homer Lyman and Bob Morgan, Custodians, Bill Nielson and Lee Noll, and Historians, Jim Hines and John Lowe.. Top Row R Gaspich C Poynter B Sylvester, F. Whitlark, R. Markelz, E. Brophy, J. Jenicek, W. Neilson, M. Koeck, W. Warmington, W. Third Row A Boor G Hesselschwerdt W. Klopsch, J. Severson, T. Wachob, W. Pugh, T. Coriden, F. Lesko, C. Rulison, E. Liebner Second Row J Aplington R Greaves C. Rossell, C. Glenn, G. Sauer, H. Lyman, L. Frederick, R. Haan, W. Grater, N. Flou, C. Kirchhoff Boffom Row A Schairer R Marske D Dallenbach, A. Swanson, R. Morgan, C. Crown, L. Noll, J. Falls, W. Andrews Nof ln Panel D Auten V Butz E Bastien, C. Groenke, J. lnterlandi, H. Kutsunis, R. King, D. Mikolas, R. Nyman, R. Robinson, R. Samuelson, D Tarun J Valloncey C Wells K Eggen, G. Blair, G. Hosse, E. Kollar, R. Murphy, R. Zolor, R. Buckingham, W. Casey, W. Dwyer, R. Gil- more J Hines R Kaufmann F Kregco, J. Reinert, F. Tenczar, J. Lowe, R. Reid, R. Thompson, G. Turke Top Row: S. Bunch, D. Moorshead, M. Earlenbaugh, A. Howard, P. Mugge Seated: V. Gould, P. Sheppard, P. Hutton Occupational Therapy was introduced as a curriculum on this campus in the tall of 1943, under the direction of Beatrice D. Wade. This course, the first to be administered by a college of medicine, consists of ten semesters of study, six of which are given under the direction of the Liberal Arts College on the Urbana campus, and tour in the College of Medicine in Chicago and aftiliating hospitals. On November 19, 1944, this curriculum was accredited by the Coun- cil on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. llli-Sota, the official name of the Illinois Student Occupational v Therapy Association, recognized as a campus activity in March, 1944, seeks through monthly meetings to acquaint its members with each other and with the activities of their future profession. Similar organizations exist in the majority of the seventeen accredited schools of Occupational Therapy throughout the country. The first president of the organization, Patricia Sheppard, together with seven other students, began her combined clinical and medical instruction on the Chicago Campus in October. Present ofticers of the Association are: June Fluegge, President, Lenore Tawney, Secretary, and Mariorie Clifford, Treasurer. ss Top Row: Born, Stanford, Anderson, Lawson, Hendel, Wooters, L. Kremens, E. Welsh, Moody 4th Row: Sieferman, Lewis, Kevilus, Argenbright, Framberg, Blackstone, Baker, Hamreck, Koehler 3rd Row: J. Finch, Leefeldt, Fletcher, Fehner, Greenwald, Carlyon, Schwab, Wilkerson, Dowling 'IO7 Znd Row: De Tumble, Adams, Barnes, Millikin, Meyer, Neville, Thompson, Liddle, Sherman Bot. Row: Fluegge, Larrance, Faulkner, Kolbrich, Schaub, Davis, Bookman, Clifford, McDonald PH BETH Pl Phi Beta Pi ranks with the oldest medical fraternities, having been established at the University of Pittsburgh on March 10, 1891. Iota chapter was established at the University of Illinois in March, 1902, and is today one of the strongest of forty chapters located at every important medical center in the United States. Believing that scholarship is the primary interest of every medical student, Phi Beta Pi has always made every attempt to contribute to the study of medicine. ln 1938 Iota established an annual lectureship in honor of Dr. Carl Hedblom, who until his death was Professor of Surgery and Head of the Department. Dr. Hedblom has an international reputation in the field of chest surgery and every lecturer is an authority in this field. While emphasizing the need for good scholarship among its members, the social side of medical school is not neglected at Iota. The chapter social program includes a pledge dance, a faculty-alumni reunion, a formal dinner-dance, and numerous other informal gatherings throughout the year. Since no medical fraternity can iustify its existence if its members do not maintain the high standards of responsibility and learning which the profession has estab- lished, Phi Beta Pi's aim is to inculcate into every incoming members the respon- sbility he holds to himself and to the public he will serve. ' Top Row: J. Flaherty, C. Olson, W. Foultz, D. Hauter, D. Williams, R. Dasso, W. Krauser, G. Cruft, L. Roberts, P. Goodwin Third Row: A. Burdick, W. Bogsmiller, L. Atherton, R. Lane, R. lcenogle, R. Hart, W. Davis, R. Zack, F. Woodman, D. Zimmerman, N. lhnen, R. Sexton, L. Leone Second Row: W. Trumpe, G. Wichterman, G. Ross, C. Reilly, M. Molyneaux, G. Nedzel, Q. Reed, M. Miller, R. Greenfield, F. Flannery, F. Snell Boffom Row: E. Mullin, J. Garvin, C. Hart, I. Nichols, A. Martin, Dr. Deuss, R. Matlavish, D. Pranke, L. Johnson, G. Powers, J. Goodman Nof in Panel: L. Holden, C. Nelson, J. Burdon, M. Durst, R. Allen, N. Bas, J. Camp, J. P. Kiely, J. M. Kiely, J. Linman, J. Noble, C. Van Duyne, D. Wilbur, J. Benson 108 PHI CHI Phi Chi, the largest international medical fraternity, had its inception at the University of Vermont in l889. Since then, sixty-tive active chapters have been established in the United States and Canada. The Illinois chapter was chartered in l9I8 and named Upsilon Iota in accordance with a tendency of the times to select the initials of the chapter's school. Among the noted faculty members of Phi Chi are Dr. Carl C. Almquist, Dr. David S. Bullin, Dr. Paul C. Bucy, Dr. Henry P. Dorman, Dr. Francis J. Gerty, Dr. John W. Harned, Dr. Harold H. Hill, Dr. David S. Jaffray, Dr. Robert N. Jensik, Dr. Claude N. Lambert, Dr. Rocco V. Lobraico, Dr. Coye C. Mason, Dr. John C. McMiIIen, Dr. Alexander J. Nedzel, Dr. James E. O'Malley, Dr. Arthur S. Peterson, Dr. Frederick W. Schacht, Dr. Carlos S. Scuderi, Dr. Charles O. Smith, Dr. John J. Theobald, and Dr. Albert Vander Kloot. Officers for this year are: John M. Abell .... Theodore Grevas ....... Edward Missavage, Jr.. .. Ralph Pacini .... . . Presiding Senior Presiding Junior . . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer Top Row: T. Randolph, J. Von Ham, T. Grevas, R. Pacini, P. Grice, R. Koeslerer, J. Aimone, J. Karr Second Row: E. Buzan, F. Jeftord, E. Missavage, K. King, R. Cech, L. Williams, P. McFarlane Bottom Row: F. Vykouk, L. Garbe, T. Pianowski, J. Abell, E. Klaren, Singleton Not in Panel: E. Grady, V. Hill, A. Karandiu, R. Tourney, R. Zak 9 PHI DELTII EPSILIIII OFFICERS ......Presidenf Archer Gordon . . . Stuart Bederman . . . . . .Vice-President . . . . .Treasurer . . . .Secretary . .... H isforian Sol Altschul ..... William Lichtman . Robert Levine .... Charles Goldenberg . . . . . .Marshal IUNIIIRS-SENIUIIS Third Row: L. Goldman, S. Camras, M. Rifkin, M. Nierenberg, I. Greenberg, M. Rubinstein, R. Saxon, H. Lerner, A. Sweet, P. Schutz, I. Katz, B. Weissbaum, E. Elisberg Second Row: E. Klemptner, C. Padore, M. Heifetz, S. Bederman, H. Kamanear, J. Abrahams, S. Brockman, L. Ehrlich, S. Goldstein, W. Lichtman, R. Weiss, B. Smaller, E. Goldberg Boffom Row: B. Sherman, R. Becker, R. Simons, A. Gordon, A. Golum, A. Merowitz, R. Kaplan, H. Ellman, A. Goldberg, S. Altschul, B. Block, H. Russman, G. Lanai, M. Goldberg I IO The first chapter of Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell University in 1904, and the Illinois chapter, Alpha Alpha, was established in l9l2. Pledges are chosen from the student body of the College of Medicine. Alpha Alpha is the largest of the fifty-six chapters of Phi Delta Epsilon. In scholarship, this group rates high among campus organizations, with Paul Schutz, high-ranking senior and member of Alpha Omega Alpha honorary, indica- tive of scholastic prowess. ln athletics, Phi Delta Epsilon has won the Chicago Campus intramural championship in football and baseball for the past few years. Abe Golum has become, by popular acclaim, the most outstanding intramural foot- ball star on this campus. Q PHI DEITII EPSIIUII Sheldon Dray. .. ......... .......... C hief Justice Alvin Merowitz. Associate Chief Justice Harold Eisenberg. . . ........ Senior Senafor Howard Wallach ..... Junior Senator Richard Saxon. . . . .Associate Justice Robert Kaplan. . . . .Associate Jusfice Jack Markowitz. . . .Associate Justice FRESHMEN-SIIPHUMIIIIES Top Row: H. Leiberman, P. Mayer, J. Marx, M. Levin, J. Markowitz, J. Gaines Third Row: B. Zaleznak, E. Kadison, I. Rosen, M. Singer, H. King, J. Froom, S. Droy, R. Echt, R. Levine Second Row: H. Walloch, M. Henry, I. Budwig, J. Lieberman, J. Moshein, C. Goldenberg, P. Segal, W. Pinkus, M. Goldman, M. Chertack Boffom Row: L. Dagovitz, S. Goldman, C. Alpern, H. Kaufman, B. Dobrow, A. Lampert, M. Minner, B. Levin, F. Schiller Noi in Panel: G. Atlas, M. Lasky, E. Newman, W. Kessler, H. Kravite, M. Kulwin, E. Saslow, N. Shore, H. Topper, L. Bernstein, N. Chalmers, M Cooper, H. Eisenberg, H. Loseff, M. Melamed, W. Berman, H. Hornstein, M. Rosner, W. Treiger, W. Rubin, G. Brussell, P. Gethner, S. Gold stein, I. Greenspan, W. Indeck, W. Liebling, A. Merkin, L. Sarnat, M. Schwartz, I. Share ,I The student publication, the lllini Scope, has been well represented with Phi Delta Epsilon members for some time. Lee Ehrlich and Mike Kulwin have been past editors -of the publication, with Arch Gordon now acting as co-editor-in-chief, and Herb Loseff as present business manager. Numerous Phi Delta Epsilon coke dances are held in the Chicago Illini Union on Saturday evenings. An annual Senior Farewell and Initiation dinner-dance is the fraternity's outstanding social event of the year. Luncheons are sponsored by this gr-oup at which outstanding medical authorities are presented as lecturers. There are fifteen faculty men in the College of Medicine in Phi Delta Epsilon. Among them is Dr. Ben Lichtenstein, professor of neurology, and noted clinician, teacher, and humorist, who is the fraternity's advisor. III PHI LHIIIBIIH IIIIPPI-I Phi Lambda Kappa is a national medical fraternity founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1907. The fraternity has as its obiect a brotherhood of Jewish physicians actuated by similar ethical ideals, and as its goal, the fostering of fra- ternal fellowship, unselfishness, an appreciation of obligation, tolerance, individual- ity and high scholarship. In addition to active and alumni membership, the fra- ternity confers honorary or faculty memberships on outstanding medical personalties. Among the five honorary members of the fraternity are such noted men as Dr. Simon Flexner, Emeritus Director of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, and Dr. Bela Schick, the originator ofthe Shick test for diphtheria. The organization was originally divided into three divisions: the Eastern, func- tioning as Aleph Yodh He fraternity, the Western, as Phi Lambda Kappa, and the Mid-Western, as Zeta Mu Phi. At a convention held in Chicago in December, 1921, the three organizations were merged in the Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity. The fraternity roll includes thirty-seven chapters and five alumni clubs. There are over 11,000 alumni now fighting in the armed services of the country. The official publi- cation is the Phi Lambda Kappa Quarterly and the official colors are blue and white. The Alpha Alpha chapter was established at the University of Illinois in 1908. At present, there are fifty-six undergraduate members in the chapter. The faculty advisor is Dr. Beniamin Pearlman, and the present officers are: George Pollock, President, Irving Friedman, Vice-President, Herbert Grossman, Treasurer, Rueben Beezy, Secretary, and Samuel Matlin, Sergeant-at-Arms. Third Row M Shmulevith M Swerdlow S. Wallk, G. Kaufman, G. Pollock, I. Friedman, I. Lava, D. Shapiro Second Row H Graham P Israel S Rubinstein, A. Herscovitz, J. Cohen, N. Shrifter, H. Busch, I. Agron, P. Plotkin Baffom Row D Joseph H Hlrshfield R Beezy, P. Steiner, M. Jakotsky, H. Solomon, L. Rapaport, J. Schneewind, S. Strauss Nof in Panel J Green S Hershenhouse, H. Herzan, B. Levin, H. Mindell, M. Nudelman, F. Reis, W. Schwied, S. Tucker, G. Altman, L. Baker, S Decker H Fisher S Matlin N Neller, N. Frank, S. Goldberg, H. Grossman, M. Perkins, R. Schlesinger, J. Schmidt, M. Feld, J. Lundy, R Lebow R Levine A Motulsky H Sterling, G. Stern Above: Phi Mu Phi Dance Orchestra PHI ll1U PHI Phi Mu Phi is an honorary music fraternity organized in 1931. Present officers are: James Martins, president, Chuck Kramer, vice-president, and Dorothy Bradley, sec- retary-treasurer. Sponsors are W. H. Walker and M. J. Novak. DANCE ORCHESTRA Trombones: Second Tenors: Chuck Kramer, Di,-ecfof Norman Garfinkel Allison Burdick Bernard Levin Neil Flaherty Saxaphones' John Shesler Dean Haufer william c. Casey Rlwffvmf ""l"' leneuk Earl E. Feldman Donald Lies James Peacock Joseph Rice Tom Wachob Ja Trumpets: Robert Gaspich William Meszaros Quentin Reed Fi Armand Littman Chuck Kramer Arthur Katz GLEE CLUB mes Martins, Director rst Tenors: Steven Bacher Shirl Benning William Lithgow, Ass't Cond. Leo Sreebny Norman Shrifter Basses: Judson Calhoun Alvin Claus Edward Kamenir Albert Levin Leroy Lindgren Robert Seeds Baritones: Leonard Dagovit Joseph Kiosh Warren Klopsch Wilbert Liebling 1 .5 Top Row: T. Stott, W. Stevens, Elwell, J. Wershing, J. Erickson, Krupicka Third Row: J. Frank, D. Lies, Koslicki, A. Cerney, F. Dusek, J. Greco, J. Zur, R. Sword, R. Arnold, R. Folwell, McCullough, L. Larson Second Row: E. Feldman, M. Grippo, R. Kowalski, F. Higgins, W. Sperry, Watters, J. Shesler, R. Borkenhagen Bottom Row: W. Pope, Dr. Bazola, M. Szmyd, D. Watkins Not in Panel: J. Kolodzieiczyk, V. Esbenson, J. Pracyk PSI 0ll1EGH Psi Omega was organized in 1892 and at the present time has 34 active chapters with a total membership of 18,630 members. Beta Alpha chapter at the Uni- versity of Illinois consists of 25 active members. The chapter resides in a fraternity house at 312 S. Marshfield Avenue. Officers for this year are: Dan Watkins, grand master, Earl Feldman, iunior master, Alan Cerney, secretary, and Phil Wersching, treasurer. Among the faculty are such noted alumni as Dr. Tyl- man, Dr. Bazola, Dr. Kellogg, Dr. Kwicinski, Dr. Bone, Dr. Wach, and Dr. Besic. 113 Z PHI RHO SlGlllll Phi Rho Sigma is a national fraternity founded in T890 at Northwestern Uni- versity Medical School, and has forty-four active chapters in the United States and Canada. This chapter, Beta, founded in 1894, has grown into a vast organiza- tion of fine medical men . . . for example, Dr. Frederick H. Falls, Head of the Department of Obstetrics, Frederick Tice, Medicine, and Eric Oldberg, renowned neurosurgeon. ln order to qualify for membership, a candidate must be a medical student at the University of Illinois and have no affiliation with any other professional medical fraternity. Formal pledging occurs after the candidate successfully completes, ac- cording to university standards, one quarter of scholastic work. Pledges are initiated in the middle of their freshman year. Social events include one large formal dinner dance held at one of the down- town Chicago hotels. Approximately once a month there is a lively dance and party held at the chapter house. During the year there are periodic stag parties, alumni dinners, and reunions. One evening a week is set aside for a fireside chat with some faculty member. These chats are informal, and extremely interesting and profitable to the medical student. Members of Phi Rho Sigma are active in intramural ahtletics which include football, baseball, and basketball games. Phi Rho Sigma inspires high professional and moral standards. The members aid each other scholastically and socially, with attention centered around the fresh- man and his initial entry into a difficult profession. Top Row: H. Deobler, E. Ketring, T. Munson, J. Wright, R. Milos, J. McLaughlin, H. Michaels, G. Wolfe, T. Clemons Second Row: D. Sunderland, F. Honsik, F. Shannon, R. Drago, L. Schweitzer, J. Sickley, D. Stoermer, E. Wiss Bottom Row: W. McKinstry, S. Berquist, L. Nelson, J. Driscoll, R. Saavedra, H. Christofersen, G. Eigenbrodt, G. Shimkus, J. Coleman, J. Lorenz Not in Panel: F. Ashley, R. Forrest, D. Garland, W. Goodrum, G. Jones, G. Kachele, H. Kamerle, A. Kukral, R. Mrazek, A. Rikli, F. Shewmake, W. Stenborg, R. Thorne, R. White, C. Honsik, E. Lindahl, A. Fischer, T. Gregory, P. Jarand, L. Kohl, L. Ravlin, J. Osborne, F. Wright 114 DHD FRUHT i 15 UUUTH UH THIS' EHIHPUS V-Aka' 'Nl X Q N. ' 10,1 in 1 in J 'QE in 4 L Y :X 4 2 , 5 , Q? . ' ,- . ,N ' X A . X '- F, X X 10 ' "' ' W A ' ' . s 1411-wmv SERVIEE HT UJURK HIID PLHU L 'I !f X 1 i X, X ,f-Z Aff fx-,- V:.,N-f"" ' tw V, ,W 1. xii Xi' -- -ti u., il' ,ia tg' ,1- ,Jf" if ,N 3 3 N-,4"eA': ri' ixfxfi-Q, , Q51 4 . P 3, -fx, '- ,Mil ,Ca yn, , NV' JL. ' lf gi f lx, i X114 , XD-K , ' " NSW? , V ',-'Jill A. : fer- 1 V3 it -P fgigt 'Lf :f -li -rig f Q. , i , 1 . i' jfwg xv Y : T l YL Q , Qgx- I ,- Q A 5' 1. , -5,1 iK u ' ,n ki If ,ii A H". 120 Two trailblazers of Illini athletics gaze into the future. At left: "Chuck" Flynn, athletic pub licity director, and right: "Doug" Mills, director of athletics, and renowned basketball coach X EWBRLL XX BRSVMBRLL N TRRUR N BRSEBRLL RSW3 SPBRTS V NBER NIR Buddy Sweeps Ohio End-All-American Halfback Buddy Young evades an Ohio Sfafe Iuckler to peel oi? cz long gain in the Illini-Buckeye clash at CleveIand's Municipal sfadium. FUUTBHLL When the T944 football season ended, sports writers voted lllinois the most colorful team in the nation. Members of our football coaching staff feel that it would be more proper to label it the champion freshman eleven in the country and one that for courage had no peer. Against teams with similar material the lllini won five games, lost none, outscored their opposition 209 to 35. That's why we feel that lllinois fielded the championship freshman teamkand often there were nine first-year men in our eleven starters. Our four losses and a tie during the season were to teams which had sea- soned personnel or the benefit of extensive naval and marine training pro- grams from which to select players. Yet, against such opposition the lllini were always a dangerous foe. Never was this team humiliated, never was it hopelessly "out" of any game. The youngsters gave everything they had all the time, they played their best and that is the important thing in inter-col- legiate athletics. lllinois may well be proud of the record of courage and ability which our I9-44 squad members displayed. They were truly "The Fighting lllini." FIIIITBHLL Ray Eliot Coach BIG TEN STANDINGS ILLINOIS RECORD W. L. Pct. ILLINOIS Illinois State Normal Ohio State I.OOO ILLINOIS Indiana Michigan .714 ILLINOIS Great Lakes Purdue .667 ILLINOIS Purdue Minnesota 600 ILLINOIS Iowa Indiana 571 ILLINOIS Pittsburgh ILLINOIS 500 ILLINOIS Notre Dame Wisconsin 333 ILLINOIS Michigan Northwestern .OOO ILLINOIS Ohio State Iowa 000 ILLINOIS Northwestern Top Row: Gordon Hoke, Manager, Charles Baer, Coach, Alex Prokopis, William Butkovich, Ray Ciszek, Rudy Macchione, Donald Johnson, Orville Hall, Eddie Bray, Leo Johnson, Coach. Second Row: Ray Eliot, Coach, Tony Blazine, Coach, Sam Zatcoff, William Heiss, Walt Kersulis, Walter Versen, R. C. Ward, Emil Tomanek, Kenneth Siegel, Ralph Fletcher, Coach, Glenn Law, Coach. Bottom Row: Paul Patterson, L. A. Bingaman, Don Greenwood, Lou Agase, Jerry Cies, Ralph Serpico, George Buian, Lester Joop, Charles Smith, Johnnie Orr. V I24 ILLINOIS TROUNCES NORMAL Coach Ray EIiot's third war-time football eleven un- veiled a lightning-like ground attack coupled with a smooth aerial assault to bury Illinois State Normal's young team 79 to 0 in the I944 inaugural in Memorial Stadium. With everyone of 58 players getting a chance, the Illinois scoring drive kept clicking from the moment Paul Patterson, freshman halfback from East Aurora, ran 71 yards for the first Illini touchdown early in the initial period, until Charles Starks, another freshman halfback from Charleston, W. Va., pushed over from the 3 for the twelfth score shortly before the game ended. Ten Illinois players counted against the Red Birds as Illinois set ci new scoring record for Memorial Stadium. Claude "Buddy" Young, national sprint champion, made two touchdowns as did his former prep teammate, Don Johnson. ILLINI OVERTAKE INDIANA The Fighting Illini showed their courage against Indiana, coming from far behind to overcome a I2-point deficit and overtake a stubborn, dangerous rival with a high-geared second-half offensive to win 26 to 18. Illinois' running attack was at a standstill in the first two periods largely because of Hoosier defense and Orange and Blue mistakes. Eliot's team found itself in the second half, rolled to a 20-I2 advantage, then clinched the game when Don Greenwood intercepted a pass and raced 65 yards for a touchdown. Individual star for Illinois was Patterson, who ran for one Illini touchdown and passed for another. Pat wound up in the end zone after long runs on two other occasions, but penalties cancelled both. He made six first downs, passed for one, recovered three fumbles, and intercepted an Indiana pass which set up an Illi- nois score. Lester Binga man , Tackle 4 . Emil Tomanek, Center Charles Smith, Tackle ff K 'fs ILLINI AND GREAT LAKES TIE Illinois won from Great Lakes in the first half, lost in the third period, then staged a magnificent last- quarter rally to earn a 26-26 tie in a thrill-packed en- gagement at the Naval Training station Sept. 30. Sparked by Buddy Young's 93-yard touchdown sprint in the first quarter, the Illini rolled up a I9-6 advantage by half-time. Then misfortune came suddenly. On ten plays of the third period, the Sailors counted three times, taking advantage of an Illini fumble, a blocked kick, and an intercepted pass. Trailing 26-I9, Paul Patterson and Young provided offensive punch for Illinois' last scoring drive after Tackle Walt Versen recovered a Lakes' fumble on the Sailors' 30-yard stripe. Patterson scored on a pass from Don Greenwood and Orville Hall converted the tying extra point. PURDUE HANDS ILLINI DEFEAT Purdue capitalized on Illinois fumbles and its own mixture of power football and a long passing game which clicked at crucial spots to hand the Illini their first I944 defeat 35 to I9 in Memorial Stadium Oct. 7. Illini backs fumbled on eight occasions and a ball- hawking Boilermaker team recovered on six of the Orange and Blue misplays. In defeat, however, the Illinois team again revealed startling offensive power and battled every step of the way. Buddy Young ran l44 yards in I2 plays, scored two touchdowns and headed off at least three Purdue scores with his sensational speed. Ralph Serpico, stocky Illini guard, was outstanding as the Illinois forwards outfought a heavier and more experienced line through most of the game. FIIIITBIILL Don Greenwood, Quarterback Eddie amy, Halfback S S Paul Patterson, Halfback W? Buddy Young, Halfback Jerry Cies, Fulllaack Don Janssen, Tackle IOWA SMOTHERED BY ILLINI Buddy Young, Mr. Speed himself, broke around his own right end for 64 yards and a touchdown on the first play of the Illinois-Iowa Dad's and "I" Men's day game in Memorial Stadium and his performance sparked a 40 to 6 victory for the Illini. The brilliant freshman played only half the game and in seven plays ran for I39 yards. Illinois rattled 20 points off the score board in the first period, added a touchdown in the third on a one-yard plunge by Don Greenwood, and with subs playing the maior role, tacked on I3 points in the fourth. Bill Butkovich threw a 45-yard pass to Walt Kersulis, East St. Louis freshman, for one of the last period scores, and Mickey Perkins, St. Clair Shores, Mich., sophomore, plunged for two yards and Illinois' sixth touchdown. J I I ILLINI CRUSH PANTHERS Illinois in the East for the first time since Bob Zuppke took an Illini eleven to New York City in 1930 to meet Army, registered its fourth victory of the season with comparative ease subduing Pittsburgh 39 to 5. Don Greenwood took the first Pitt kick-off and aided by some brilliant blocking went 80 yards for a touch- down, Buddy Young skirted his own right end for 82 yards to score, and Paul Patterson broke through the Panther line for 62 yards and six points. These were the highlights of the tilt, except for a remarkable block which Young planted on the Pitt safety man on Pat- terson's run. Coach Ray Eliot used all of the 34 players who made the trip and substitutes played most of the last half. , I i sf? FQ x,,. . ui fi ,.-. S I Ralph Serpico, Guard FIIUTBHIL Johnnie Orr, End BIG-IO CHAMPS DOWN ILLINI The nation's largest crowd of the season, 83,627 fans iammed into Cleveland's Municipal Stadium to watch Ohio State's undefeated Big Ten champions down Illinois 26 to I2. The Illini threw a scare into the Scarlet Scourge by scoring on their second offensive play of the game as Don Greenwood raced over after a 35-yard sprint, but the Buckeye line, plus running of All-American Les Horvath and Freshman Bob Brugge spelled defeat for Illinois. Ohio led 7 to 6 at the quarter, but put on a brilliant offensive show in the second period to go out in front 20 to 6. The teams played evenly in a bitterly-fought second half, both scoring in the fourth quarter. Greenwood was Illinois' offensive star, although Paul Patterson did some fine plunging. Ralph Serpico prob- ably earned his all-conference and All-American ratings that day with remarkable line play. Lou Agase, End AN EASY VICTORY OVER N. U. Illinois wound up the 1944 campaign with a com- paratively easy 25 to 6 victory over Northwestern at Evanston. The decision gave Illinois a season's record of 5 victories, 4 defeats, and a tie. In the Western conference the Illini won three and lost three, winning from all-civilian teams and losing to schools with veteran or predominantly service-trainee material. Buddy Young tied the scoring mark of Red Grange by counting his twelfth and thirteenth touchdowns against the Wildcats. Grange, however, set his record in six games of the 1924 season. Don Greenwood also counted two touchdowns for the Illini. The Illini did not run at will against Northwestern, mixing power and passes for their scores. Greenwood made the longest scoring dash of the day, a 30-yard run from the left halfback position, which climaxed an 80-yard touchdown drive in the fourth quarter. gh. ! . .1',. ILLINI OUTPLAY NOTRE DAME A Homecoming crowd of 65,114, largest in Memorial Stadium since Illinois whipped Army in 1929, saw an opportunist Notre Dame eleven, outplayed all after- noon, snatch a 13 to 7 victory from the valiant Illini when Achille Maggioli, halfback for the Irish, gathered in a lateral pass from Bob Kelly and ran 60 yards for a touchdown in the fourth period. Illinois' line, Johnnie Orr and Lou Agase, L. A. Bing- aman, and Don Janssen, Babe Serpico and Chuck Smith, and George Buian stopped the vaunted Notre Dame running attack cold. Illinois backs meanwhile piled up 377 yards from scrimmage, yet victory was not theirs. Buddy Young ran 74 yards for Illinois' only touch- down on the first play in which he carried the ball. He was injured shortly before halftime and was unable to return. Both Young and Greenwood ran for touchdowns, 48 and 70 yards, respectively, which were called back by officials. George Buian , Center -MICHIGAN SMASH ES ILLINOIS A team which had smashed the modern Illinois scor- ing record with 236 points in seven games-besting the 10-game mark of Ray EIiot's 1942 team, 227 points --was held scoreless by an alert, hard-tackling Michi- gan eleven at Ann Arbor on Armistice Day before 43,000. The Wolverines won 14 to O. Misfortune hit the Illini early and the young team never quite got going afterward. After a sustained drive in the first period, Eddie Bray burst over left tackle seemingly for a touchdown, but an official ruled his knee touched the ground six inches short of the goal. The quarter ended on the play and following change of goals, Illinois fumbled, Michigan recovered. Don Lund and Jack Weisenberger scored for the Wolverines on powerful offensive drives. Joe Ponsetto booted home two perfect placements. John Orr, Lou Agase, and Ralph Serpico turned in excellent defensive games for Illinois. Lester Joop, Tackle .. ' ' 1 V .. WN, A Bill Butkovich, Quarterback , . .Q X. 'L .,,,, ,QW fx? 1 BHSKETBHLL Although three-fifths of its lineup during most of the season was composed of freshmen, competing in inter-collegiate basketball for the first time, the University of lllinois team made a highly creditable showing during l944-45. ln all, this year's Orange and Blue squad totalled l3 victories in 20 games and defeated some of the nation's leading fives, including DePaul, Great Lakes, lowa, and Ohio State. ln conference competition, the lllini went into the final two weeks of play with a record of seven victories, a single defeat, and an excellent chance to share in the Big Ten title. However, a virtual epidemic of injuries and illness which afflicted the squad at this time lowered its physical strength to the point that lllinois lost its last four league games and finished in third position with seven victories and five defeats. The i944-45 squad did everything which could be expected of it and no team defeated lllinois in the past season without also suffering defeat by the lllini. That indicates the spirit and sheer determination to win for which this squad was noted. Doug Mills Coach BIG TEN STANDINGS W. Pct. Iowa I I .917 Ohio State 'IO 833 ILLINOIS 7 583 Purdue 6 500 Michigan 5 417 Wisconsin 4 333 Northwestern 4 333 Minnesota 4 333 Indiana 3 250 Top Row: Jimmy Seyler, Howard Judson, Jacob Staab, Victor Bubas BHSIIETBIILL ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Second Row: Douglas Mills, Coach, Donald Delaney, Walter Kersulis, Walton Kirk, John Orr, John Burmaster Bottom Row: Gordon Hortin, Walter Mraz, Paul Schnackenberg, Robert Morton, Leo Gedvilas ILLINOIS RECORD 56 Great Lakes 40 DePaul 77 Nebraska 45 Great Lakes 56 DePaul 38 Michigan 55 Michigan 5I Northwestern 43 Iowa 56 Ohio State 49 Minnesota 44 Ohio State 45 Northwestern 55 Indiana 37 Iowa Ss Sy Q ? "vig: . ,, :S I? x E I Q sin. .w'A"6 2 z, ,. 4.0, . ,3 ., ::.. ! 0 5 nv ' 1- X 1 I-45 :Y .,., Q, Z . 0 ,L , Q V , K Q 1 1 2, . yi if V 2 Lf, ' W ' ' if - 1 ,N '1 1 ,Qi y il ,,f'.-5 ' 'l',V.j,V5 : aw! Q N. .fi 4 N, 8222? ' Q' -4 1 'v 'Si we .X ...- . , N s Nm- , .. :IQ x lg -. , X : x , - X 'Xgxmn QQ - wi' , x X 2 x 1 N Ii 5 15 x . H: Q ,A 5 n ff' Wm . W? 'A-. sg X .Rx X 6. W .2 1" Ti f f .X 'R 5 ' A -y:f,.L 12-,g 555 gf, QQ, ..Z ' 3 .J YN-m Illini sprint star wins easily-Claude "Buddy" Young breaks tape far ahead of Michigan dash man to chalk up another Illinois title in the 1944 Big Ten outdoor meet in Memorial stadium. ,v QEQSJEEEX 1 '.".jiyx- ., . : w.... ffilw , A ,F al s Ss Q t ffg -w 1-Maggy 'P 'g ,Q . ' 51' -"f 'f'Wl'Qk-H sr- .ig-if :X -31-g ' Wiflw .-5 xr-.,,s1:Z V 5 W- Tllllfll The l944 lllinois track team ranks among the finest in the history of a Uni- versity at which renown in the track and field sport has become a tradition. Following noteworthy performances in the Millrose and Boston A. A. games in the East, lllinois compiled a winning record in indoor dual meets and ranked among the leaders in such events as the Cleveland K. of C., Chicago, and Purdue Relays. After placing second in conference indoor competition, the lllini opened the outdoor season auspiciously by capturing six titles in the famed Drake relays. lllinois was second in the outdoor conference meet held in Memorial Stadium, but reached a peak a few weeks later to capture the Central Col- legiates and bring to the University its third N.C.A.A. championship in history. Only two other lllinois track teams ever accomplished that feat, the Gill- coached entries of 'l92l and 1927. Buddy Young and Captain Bob Kelley later added individual titles in the National A.A.U. The performance of the lllini was remarkable since the maiority of the team were freshmen competing for the first time in intercollegiate meets. 7 Leo T. Johnson Tllilfli Coach BIG TEN CONFERENCE MEET Outdoor-Spring 1944 Indoor-Winter, 1945 Michigan . , . .................... 70 Michigan . . lfl0 ILLINOIS... .... 58 IXIO ILLINOIS . .. lfI0 Purdue... .. .... 31 Minnesota... ...22 lf2 Ohio State .... I7 IXIO Ohio State... ...I7 U2 Northwestern . . . .... I4 l7f2O Purdue . . . IXIO Minnesota .... ... 7 U2 Indiana . . . If2 Indiana... ...4 Iowa....... If5 Wisconsin . .. ... 3 3X5 Wisconsin... . ... Iowa . . . . . . 3 Northwestern Chicago . . . . I7f2O Chicago . . . Top Row: Matt Bullock, Trainer, Evan McCallum, Joe Boris, Ted Pierzynski Second Row: Joe Johnson, Bob Phelps, David Best, Paul Patterson, Paul Hamer, Leo Johnson, Coach Bottom Row: Tom Fullerton, Dave Nichols, Robert Kelley, Robert Rutlrer, Claude "Buddy" Young, Richard Young, Marcelino Gonzalez vp' ki - .avr . 138 Tlillfll The I944 outdoor track season, highlighted by an NCAA team championship, was easily the most suc- cessful in more than a decade for the Illini. Other team championships were recorded in the Drake Re- lays and the Central Collegiate meet. As indoor, Illi- nois finished second to Michigan in the Western Con- ference competitions. Employing only seven men, Coach Leo Johnson sent four winning relay combina- tions into the Drake Relays. Dave Best, Richard Young, Marce Gonzalez, and Buddy Young took the 440 and the 880 yard events, Dick Young, Gonzalez, Bob Hinkle, and Bob Kelley won the mile relay, and Dick Young, Gonzalez, Kelley, and LaVerne Campbell, the university sprint medley. Buddy Young added individual titles in the century and broad iump, while Hinkle took second in the high hurdles. The Illini were next host to a quadrangular meet in Memorial Stadium and staged a runaway from Purdue, Northwestern, and Indiana. Young set a new Illinois record of :2O.9 in the 220, and tied the existing lllini mark of :09.6 in the IOO. He also captured the broad jump. Other Illinois winners were Kelley in the 880 and mile, Bob Ruther, high hurdles, Dave Best, low hurdles, LaVerne Campbell, high iump, and Bob Phelps, pole vault. After defeating Ohio State at Columbus in a dual meet which saw Illinois take IO firsts and tie for Marce Gonzalez another, the Illini were second in a triangular meet at Michigan. The Wolverines topped the meet, Purdue was third. Buddy Young hit :O9.5 in the IOO, outstand- ing performance of the day. Young's performance in the Big Ten meet, in which Illinois was second to Michigan, had a dramatic end- ing. The youngster, seeking to become the first four- time winner in a Western Conference championship event since Jesse Owens turned the trick in I935, took the IOO, the 220, and the broad iump. In the finals of the 220-yard low hurdles, Buddy was four yards in front when he tripped on the last hurdle and fell head- long into the track, which had been flooded by a tor- rential rain with iust two events to be run. Bob Kelley turned in two great performances, winning the 440 in :48.l and the half-mile in l:54. Dave Nichols took a championship in the high hurdles and Bob Phelps tied for first in the pole vault. In the NCAA, Illinois with 79 points finished 36 ahead of its nearest rival, Notre Dame. Young won the IOO and the 220, Kelley the 880, and Nichols the high hurdles. The Illini had previously carried off the Central Collegiates handily, taking five individual titles and the mile relay. Winding up the season June I8, Young captured the IOO-meter and Kelley the 800-meter championships in the National AAU in New York. Buddy Young 139 , gggfygffil.. Paul Patterson fast, - e Q-N ,, g, H in g. TRIIIII The University of Illinois, as in I944, ranked as one of the nation's most powerful squads in the I945 indoor track season. The Illini mile relay, which opened its season with second place in the Millrose games, ranked as outstanding foursome of the year, hitting its fastest time in its closing meet, the Purdue Re- lays, at which Illinois established a new record of 3:22.8. Bill Buster, Peoria, Captain Marce Gonzalez, Gary, Indiana, Joe Johnson, Richmond, Virginia, and Bob Kelley, Springfield, ran in that order as the team chalked up victories in the Big Ten and Chicago Relays as well as that at Purdue. The dual meet season opened with a triumph over Indiana 70-34, Illinois winning nine firsts. Kelley captured the 880 and mile, George Walker the hurdles, Buster the 60, Paul Hamer the two-mile, Bob Phelps, the pole vault, Ken Aihara the broad iump, plus a relay victory. In Illinois Armory, the Orange and Blue trackmen romped home in a triangular against Ohio State and Notre Dame, finish- ing with 8I points to 28 for the Buckeyes and I9 for the Irish. Illinois won ten firsts and swept the 880-yard run. The fol- . ls. Robert Phelps Dove Nichols Tllllfll lowing week, Coach Leo Johnson's squad was victorious in a quadrangular at Minnesota with 69 points. Minnesota had 25, Iowa 22, and Wisconsin 16. The Illini had eight firsts and Bob Phelps hit a new high of 13 feet 6 inches in the pole vault. Greatest dual meet triumph of the season was a victory March 3 over Michigan in Illinois Armory. The Illini won 58-46, again registering eight firsts and slamming the high hurdles and broad iump events. In the Big Ten, Michigan's strength in the distance runs was too great andlllinois finished second with 54.1 points to the Wolverines 55.1, one of the closest finishes in Conference history. Eight championships came to the Illinois campus with Walker's :O8.0 time in the high hurdles and Phelps 13 feet 9 inch pole vault outstanding performances of the day. Phelps set a new Illinois record at the Cleveland K. C. games March 23 when he cleared 13 feet 11 inches. The old record of 13 feet I0 3f8 inches was made by Verne McDermont in 1930. David Best Bob Kelley Bob Hinkle MQW ,gf Getting some hot tips-Two of Illinois' top pitchers last season, Howie Judson fleffj and Roy Wiedow frigl1f2, look on os Wollie Roettger, veteran Illini boseboll couch, demonstrates how the Illini hurlers should hold o curve ball. 142 BHSEBHLL lllinois faced the i944 baseball season with a squad composed entirely of freshmen. Not a man in the regular lineup during the season had ever played inter-collegiate baseball before. This fact becomes more remarkable when one considers that this team won nine of twelve games, with two ties, pro- duced two of the Big Ten's leading pitchers in Howard Judson and Lou Possehl, and the conference's fourth ranking hitter in Bill Butkovich. ln league com- petition, the lllini finished third winning five of seven games and might have finished higher had not a double-header with Michigan been rained out after eight innings of the first game with the score tied at 4-4. Members of the coach- ing staff feel just pride in this team which came through in commendable fash- ion to uphold the fine record in baseball which lllinois teams have compiled through the years. Top Row: Gordon Hoke, manager, Everett Young, Roy Wiedow, Lou Pos sehl, Bob Eads, Bill Butkovich Boffom Row: Walter Roettger, coach, Howard Palmer, John Johns, Gordon Gillespie, Leo Gedvilas, Howard Judson, Ed Planert, Victor Heyliger, assistant coach VHRSIIII BHSEBIILL I44 li we "WalIie" Roettger, Coach Michigan .. Northwestern ILLINOIS .. Minnesota . Purdue .... Ohio State . Wisconsin . Iowa . . . Indiana . Chicago . . . ILLINOIS. .. ILLINOIS. .. ILLINOIS. .. ILLINOIS. .. ILLINOIS.. . ILLINOIS. . . ILLINOIS.. . ILLINOIS.. . ILLINOIS. .. ILLINOIS. . . ILLINOIS.. . ILLINOIS. . . ILLINOIS.. . ILLINOIS.. . BIG TEN CONFERENCE W. ........... 6 8 5 5 4 5 4 3 2 O I0 ILLINOIS RECORD Chanute Field . .. Chanute Field . .. Ohio State ..... Ohio State .. I Purdue .............. . . Purdue ................. . . Navy Signal and Diesel .... . . Indiana . ..... . ....... .. Indiana ........... . .. . . Navy Signal and Diesel .... .. Minnesota .... . ....... . . Minnesota .............. . . Navy Signal and Diesel .... .. Michigan ............. . . Pct. .000 800 .7I4 625 57I 500 444 428 200 OOO I 6 I O 7 7 I 3 O 7 6 4 8 4 VHRSITU BHSEBHLL Completing a second year of baseball under wartime conditions, the lllinois squad, under guidance of Coach Wallie Roettger, finished third in the Western Confer- ence with a record of five victories, two defeats, and two ties. The Illini captured four out of five non-con- ference tilts. Again, as in 1943, Illinois depended upon freshmen, but first-year men such as Howard Judson, Lou Possehl, Bill Butkovich, Roy Wiedow, Gordon Gillespie, and Leo Gedvilas made an excellent showing. ln the season's opening game, Chanute Field bowed to the lllini 2 to l. Judson pitched brilliantly and Howard Palmer doubled in the ninth to break a l to l deadlock. Four days later, the Plonesmen gained re- venge 6 to l. ' ws . Rain washed out two games with Camp Ellis and the lllini opened the Big Ten season at Columbus, Ohio, defeating Ohio State on successive days 7 to l and 6 to O. Howard Judson had a no-hitter for seven innings of the opener and Lou Possehl held the Buck- eyes to four hits in the second tilt while his mates pounded out 16. April 28, after ll innings of wild baseball, dark- ness halted an Illinois-Purdue game at LaFayette with the score 7-7. The lllini gained consolation from having outhit the Boilermakers ll to 9. The Orange and Blue nine lost its first league tilt next day when Ed Timm bested Lou Possehl on the mound and Purdue won 7 to 2. Gordon Gillespie, first base H d J ILL owur udson, pifcher Steve Stelmack, cenfer field 145 'J' VIIRSITII BIISEBIILL Illinois regained a winning stride against the Navy Signal and Diesel schools' team May 2. Bob Eads hit a tremendous triple and a long double to give the Illini a 3 to I verdict. Conference victories No. 3 and 4 came that week- end with Indiana a double victim. Howard Judson fanned I2 of the visitors in the first tilt, which Illinois won 9 to 3, and aided teammate Possehl, on the mound in the second game, by slamming a homer and a triple to drive in 5 of Illinois' 9 runs. Indiana was shut out. An 8-run rally in the ninth gave the Illini a second triumph over the Navy I3 to 7, after which Illinois iourneyed to Minneapolis to split a two-game series with he I ,I .4 , the Gophers, losing the first 6 to 5 and taking the second game 8 to 4. After defeating the Navy for the third consecutive time, 9 to 8, the Illini faced league-leading Michigan on Illinois' Field in the season's finale, a scheduled twin bill, May 20. The Wolverines took an early lead in the first tilt, but Roy Wiedow slapped a long home run into right field, scoring behind two mates to knot the game at 4 to 4 in the seventh. After a scoreless eighth inning, a spring storm made any further play an impossibility. Bill Butkovich, freshman second baseman, led the Illini in hitting for the season with an average of .367, followed by Wiedow with .328, and Judson with .327. Howard Palmer, outfield Roy Wiedow, pitcher Lou Possehl, pitcher 146 X ,Q X ,5x4,:f,.x- VN Bob Ends, oufffelcl VHRSITU BHSEBHLL Leo Gedvilcls, ff: ird base Ed Planert, slvorf sfop Bill Butkovich, second base John Johns, c afcher 1 Hr' 47 4 si' - 4' , 5' ,ref Y I 5. ff ,Q ' Q 'I fl .ji ,J I 4 hi Q 'l 1"'l ii F iz 1 2 k Illini males keep in trim-Constructed at the time the U. S. entry into World War ll was imminent, the University of Illinois half-mile obstacle course and run keep Illini squads, army and navy students, and civilian P. E. classes in top physical condition. OTHER VHHSITU SPORTS Although baseball, track, football, and basketball are the most publicized sports, lllini athletes have an outstanding record through the years in other sports. Many Big Ten championships have been theirs, and in gymnastics these championships have often been national. ln the T944-45 season only five other teams were active besides those in the maior sports. They were tennis, golf, swimming, wrestling, and cross country track. The tennis team which included many Navy V-l2 trainees split even in six dual meets. ln golf, the lllini squad dropped five of six matches, winning only from Purdue who later avenged the defeat. The swimming team finished their season with three wins, one loss, and a tie in their dual meet schedule. ln the Big Ten meet at Northwestern the wrestling squad won a third place. They had a record of four wins and one loss for the season. The cross country team, made up of all untrained winners, ranked fifth in the Big Ten. Almost all the teams were made up of inexperienced boys, some Navy V-T2 trainees, some freshmen, and a few other civilian students. They all entered into competition with a lot of spirit and in most cases made a good showing. , 1 4 5 0 Standing: Sanford Jolie, Jared Boffom R ' Davis, Ralph Johnson, Coach ow. Paul Riepma, Bert Levey, Joel Do ' J .fn-. W Y. Ralph H. Johnson Coach vrtz, Don Staa ke VIIRSITU TEIIIIIS ohnson's tennis squad split even in six dual meets during the 'I944 season, winning twice from Illinois Normal, defeating Wisconsin and losing to Ohio, Michigan and Chicago. In the Big Ten meet the Illini doubles combination of Jared Davis and Sanford JaFfe finished second in No. 3 division. Paul Riepma and Don Staake, both V-I2 trainees met the conference's best in all Illinois meets and played excellent tennis. ILLINOIS RECORD ILLINOIS 7 Illinois Normal O ILLINOIS 2 Ohio State 7 ILLINOIS 8 Wisconsin I ILLINOIS O Michigan 9 ILLINOIS 0 Chicago ILLINOIS 9 20 Chanute Field 33 Gene Emery, Ralph Fletcher, Coach, Robert Schroder As in other sports, Illinois could call on no experi- enced men in golf competition during the I944 season. Ralph FIetcher's squad dropped five of six matches I winning from Purdue, a defeat which the Boilermakers I later avenged, and losing to Chanute Field, Indiana, Ohio State, and Northwestern. Two players, Gene Emery and Robert Schroder showed promise during the season and were awarded letters. Schroder finished thirteenth in the Big Ten individual standings. The Illini were seventh in team standings. ILLINOIS RECORD ILLINOIS V2 Indiana 8112 ILLINOIS Ohio State I4 ILLINOIS Purdue I2 ILLINOIS Purdue I2 ILLINOIS V2 Chanute Field 23112 ILLINOIS 6 V1 Northwestern I4 V2 Ralph E. Fletcher Coach VIIIISITII SIUIIIIIIIIIIG 'N William Mann, Capfain 1 - W , ,aww . 1,:ggf,iq'g pm v. Top Row: Marion Bradley, Gerald Lofquist, Anthony Kozakiewicz, John Haulenbeek, Leonard Stidley, Edwin Manley, coach Third Row: James Anderson, Solon Castritsis, Richard Sheppard, Ernest Frazier, George Clark, Willard Brown, Wesley Spear Second Row: Bodine McConnell, Franklin Conn, Noah Rosenbloam, William Mann, Henry Moore, Merrill Moore, Joseph Johnson Bottom Row: William Powrie, Albert Humphrey, Hugh Olsen, Anthony Konstant, James Murdock, Robert Blue The Illini tankmen closed their I945 season with three wins, one loss and a tie in their dual meet schedule. In their only triangular meet, they placed third to Northwestern and Indiana. Opening the season against the Tech Hawks of Illinois Tech, they came to an easy victory 48-36. Following this was their second straight win, this time over DePauw University. The Illini team brought their record to three straight wins when they met and defeated the University of Wisconsin at Madison, their first meet away from home. Traveling to Purdue, the Illini received their first loss of the year when the Boilermakers downed them 52-32. Closing their dual meet schedule, the Illini tied with Iowa in a thrilling meet that was not decided until the final 400 yard relay. John Haulenbeek, V-I2 from South Orange, New Jersey, was the outstanding swimmer on the Illinois team. He lost only one race during the entire season, and placed second in the 50 yard free style event in the Big Ten meet. Bill Mann was elected team captain at the beginning of the season. The most serious loss to the team was that of Tony Kozakiewicz when he was called into the service. Kozakiewicz Edwin J. Manley was a point getter in the sprints and third man on a strong Illini relay team. Couch The lettermen were: Hugh Olsen, Anthony Konstant, Henry Moore, Merrill Moore, William Mann, and John Haulenbeek. 152 VIIIISITU WRESTLING George DeLong , Captain Top Row: Richard Kranz, manager, John Coachran, Raymond Albert, Paul Flum, Robert Bohannon, Richard Rundle, Fred Grisak, Kenneth Hanks Second Row: George Pipas, Raymond Frahm, Herbert Green, Robert Koerber, James Bresee, Roland Harkness, Robert C. Smith, Edward Bower, John Biggers, Robert LaPIanle, Harry Deihl, Glenn Law, coach Boffom Row: Robert Burwell, James Watts, Valerius Poutz, Paul Scheffel, Ray Snyder, Louis Agase, Boyd Paulson, George Voorhees. Newt Law's 1945 wrestling squad compiled a 4-1 win-loss record, and third place in the Big Ten meet at Northwestern. Bob Burwell, next year's captain, was the 121 pound champ at the meet. Roland Harkness, voted "Most Valuable Wrestler," 165, and George Voorhees, 128, were able to place second in their respective weights. Bob Bohannon gained a third in the 136 class. Before even beginning Big Ten competition the Illini squad lost to the Iowa Seahawks, 3-27, Roland Harkness, winning Illinois' only match. In the Big Ten campaign the mat- men first pinned Purdue 15-9. Ray Snyder decided the meet in the heavyweight bout winning over Purdue's Dave Thompson 8-4. At Ann Arbor Illinois' young wrestlers handed Michigan their first defeat in two years, winning two bouts by falls, the Illini swept through five of eight bouts for a 21-10 victory. Ed Bower, veteran in the 155 class, threw Stu Snyder of Michigan in two minutes and fourteen seconds for the meet's briefest bout. But fastest match of the year was Bob Smith's pinning his 136 pound opponent in forty-five seconds in the contest with I I Illinois Tech. Losing only one match the Illini came out with a 27-3 victory. V Fourth straight Illini win was 22-6 over Indiana. Lettermen this year were Lou Glenn C. Law Agase, Bob Bohannon, Ed Bower, Bob Burwell, Roland Harkness, Ray Snyder, Coach George Voorhees and James Watts. 153 Harold M. Osborn Coach ILLINOIS RECORD ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Wisconsin . Indiana . . Ohio State Purdue. . . ILLINOIS . lowa.... Indiana Purdue Wisconsin Purdue Wisconsin BIG TEN STANDINGS LRIISS LIIUIITRU It is interesting to note that the members of the 1944 Cross Country team were all untrained runners. Most of them were Navy V-I2 trainees and not one of the boys under the direction of Coach Harold M. Osborn was a letterman. The team started training late and then the training period was interrupted by the official V-I2 furlough. After the furlough the boys were called on to enter three meets within two weeks. Considering the endurance and fortitude necessary for cross country running and the long period of train- ing usually required to develop those qualities, the records made by the boys were not only creditable, they were worthy of the best Illini teams. Top Row: Harold Osborn, Coach, Dole Teel, William Chalker, Clyde Work, Jack Callender Bottom Row: Thaddeus Pierzynski, George Bailey, Elmer Walston, Paul Hamer, Philip Steinberg TRIBE DF ILLIIII In 1942 when practically every Ietterman on the campus was call- ed into the U. S. Military Services, the Tribe of Illini was forced to abandon all school activities. During the summer term of 1944 a nucleus of some twenty athletes who had received "I" awards dur- ing the 1943-44 school year met and decided to reorganize the Tribe. An initiation was held, oFFicers elected, and plans for the 1944-45 school year were made. At the end of the 1944 football season, the Tribe has an active membership of 61 lettermen, and both the coaching statt and the active members have shown a remark- able interest and willingness to make this year one ofthe very best. The Tribe Officers are Robert Kelley, President, Robert Hughes, Vice President, Don Greenwood, Secretary-Treasurer, Don Delaney, Sgt. at Arms, and Glenn C. Law, Faculty Advisor. TRIBE OF ILLINI MEMBERS Football Louis Agase Lester A. Bingaman Edward Bray William Butkovich George Buian Raymond Ciszek Jerry Cies Larry Forrest Donald Greenwood Orville Hall William Heiss Frank Hurtte Donald Janssen Donald Johnson Lester Joop Walter Kersulis Rudy Macchione Johnnie Orr Paul Patterson Alex Prokopis Ralph Serpico Kenneth Seigel Charles Smith Emil Tomanek Walter Versen Raymond Ward Claude Young Samuel Zatkoft Basketball Don Delaney Walton Kirk, Jr. Bob Mortin Howard Judson Jim Seyler Jake Stabb Gordon Hortin Wrestling Ed Bauer George Voorhees Golf Gene Emery Robert Schroder Tennis Don Staake Paul Riepma Bert Levey Jared W. Davis Baseball Leo Gedvilas John Johns Howard Judson Glenn C. Law Howard Palmer Eddie Planert Roy Wiedow Everett Young Track David Best LaVerne Campbell Marc Gonzales Paul Hamer Joseph Johnson Robert Kelley David Nichols Paul Patterson Robert Phelps Robert Ruther Richard Young Claude Young X-1 f-SQ , N g-va,.y- , ,. 'X',"5+:J' -FX :, Q A N4 V, ,V 1 iw CQ Ji , ,- Q -:iv .- - we-Q .A v,, xv , M4 - f s, X b -sf gi 5' '- ., ' '5?::'Yv ' , XX.. . X.. I 44' if me-dim 1 'N -on ,,.o" K me -gif K Y' wie -...-1 -QQ... r - " ' , Q 1..,Q..,::.y:, gig: V f ww vp i- if M va., 5 , 'N t .5 . Q Q. QL Y W ?-x':f if Ev t QE: A, . ,A ,A ,, .mf ,gh lg 1 ai Nu, H 'x-Jail xx gg lLLlll0lS LUUHLTU 32 On this page are the people responsible for the "Go, lllini, Go" spirit which was maintained at every athletic event throughout the year. lllini everywhere hold in their hearts the memory of the stirring strains of "Illinois Loyalty" and "Alma Mater," as well as the chant the cheerleaders lead. "Go, lllini" and "I-L-L-l-N-l" echoes r' , -1 K .1. .V if " ..- ul l Q. All 5 ll - ' fo , . 5 3. tv 5. 3 fs 5 ffm, i 1 ,i ig, f Q fy, P' ix K Q 5, ,X 'X ff' , I . 2 T 4' 'HA' 'Q ,'f'Yt, . i 3 4 1 .sf Af i - A .4 - - K, , 1 -if ,exit EW., . . vt. t I 'A ,QNX , wx ' Mg' K ' ' g, is K, Q 3,2 ,, . 'Q if N f V1 1 'wt I X Q ,i i EM K, 1 f"'t"f- Chief llliniwek, Kenneth O. Hanks Loyalty Committee: Tom Smith, Ruth Loveless through the stadium and high in the rafters of Hutt Gymnasium. An all Navy V-I2 group of cheerleaders kept the spirit high this year and no one can forget the traditional dance of Chief llliniwek in full lndian cos- tume. lt's things like this that make college more like it was planned to be. Cheerleaders: Jack Hall, Stan Raney, Bill Armstrong, Don Hallberg, Russ Beebe fi , Ti SNL 1..,'1- v 'wtf 1 -sei .5 xl,- I., f-i.:,.ii. '-' 2. ,K n W . X .U X -, ' W X 1, .- . w Q ': v x ,. .xx , , f. me .-.x . -Q-3x xv. ." .'-.N W N X XKXX MX "N M '1 .. SEXY My xx - X NX Nw QM A A xx 'K - z.: -A W 'H r-'o ' Q X H - zvw :lf gi M J' ' K , px 7 :VA ' vm w 5, :N w-:Z,. -x x ' Ebig., "' A ' -' . .wirr l E X 1 FQ ,- --v . . " W-M-I '- W N, ' 'XI X RQ ' ' 'C ,, - ' . X 2 -,I J. , . ,I . . L. 'X J'-5' , Q' . E first ' 'wx I Q. I ai ,..W,. K ' ,N .fur - A ' , M -1--X N W , ' W:-X: Xxx-5 N.-X K'-,X '. -P fx ev WL. 1. , .W . ,.x. :M , A X .S . ,. I , xf . X sb, i " n 4. Q- .4g. Q ' . I '4 4 X SWBEN RNNNSTRRWSR EH XX WN! ERSW3 WN N PXSBLMWBYXS UBMERT, HN! NSW N SURGE, Nl THE SEYNM BT XLLXMXS in xm-muse J-,T 4 'RW' JD f 'i vi' fi' af' ..x,....uf 160 .X 2 li .5 A V git b ,S J . ii' . -f W- .- -.sxc ' Viv? AQ- . ,- -, Q ,,,:, L I , , , yu ,ni 3 'V jg, ,B , 4' 5 ,. f ff " v.-v The Big Three of the Union Confer: Leff fo Righf: Julie Coderre, Mr. E. J. Schreiber, Miss Irene Pierson STUDETTT lllJlTlllllSTRHTl0ll "To promote the general welfare ofthe student body, to exercise the powers of student government granted it" is the purpose ofthe Student Senate. This organization is the student self-government organization of the University. The Senate supervises general University social events, honorary organiza- tions, and extra-curricular activities. The Senate is made up of twenty-one student members, six of which are heads of campus activities, and fifteen elected members from the various classes. The Freshman Council, composed of ten members, acts as the governing body of the Freshman class throughout the freshman year. Membership on the Council is chosen by the Student Senate committee by interviews. Much of campus activity radiates from the lllini Union. The work of the lllini Union Student Activities is to administer student activities of an all- University nature. The Union consists of the Departments of Dances, Recrea- tion, War Service, Public Service, and Special Affairs. The latter is in charge of the arrangements for Homecoming, Mother's Day, Dad's Day, and produces the annual lllini Union Show. Much enjoyment and valuable experience are gained through student organizations on the lllini campus. Other student activities at the University are the lllini Theater Guild, Star Course, The lllio, various musical organiza- tions, The Daily lllini, and lllini Veterans. Li T61 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Elizabeth Seales, Secrefary-Treasurer Carolyn Maderer, Vice-Presidenf George Smith, Presidenf ELHSS UF 1945 162 SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Vivian Marx, Secrefory-Treasurer Frank Hill, Vice-Presidenf Lauralynn Parkerson, Presidenf .f SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Ruth Johnston, Vice-Presidenf Wayne Banks, Presidenf Betty Stubblefield, Secrefary-Treasurer CLHSS UF 1946 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Tom Kubelius, Vice-President Margaret Stewart, President' Wessley Peterson, Secrefary-Treasurer FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Joe La Polombara, Vice-Presidenf Peggy O'NeiI, Secrefary-Treasurer Catherine Palecek, Presidenf ILHSS 0F 1947 164 SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Rosemary Rahn, Vice-President' Lloyd Ireland, Presidenf Nikles Hagopian, Secrefary-Treasurer .1 SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Fern Farr, Secretary-Treasurer Arthur lindburg, President Not in panel: Margaret Johnson, Vice- President ELHSS UF 1948 FRESHMEN COUNCIL Top Row: Doris Schols, Carla Heiss, Joy Chapman, Virginia Hudelson, Dorothy Price, Patricia Lauchner Bottom Row: Elizabeth Easter, Mary Mc- Laughlin, Joan Huster, Naomi Benters 165 Y? Top Row: Mary Maushak, David Brown, George Koptik, Paul Flum, Robert Jarrell, George Smith, Samuel King, Dorothy Kelley Second Row: .lane Cover, Margaret Robbins, Lyda Mae Ecke, Margaret Stewart, Juliette Coderre, Florence Jean Wylie, Catherine Palecek, Dorothy Ritter Boffom Row: Elaine Zwick, Phyllis Fish, C. R. Anderson, Carl Bontemps, C. A. Moyer, Virginia Kendall, Eleanor Sieckman With a purpose of promoting the general welfare of the student body, the Student Senate has under its jurisdiction such matters as University dances and all student elections. Meeting on alternate Wednesdays, the Senate is composed of ten ex-officio members as heads of campus organizations, and fifteen elected members. The expenses of the group are defrayed by the Stu- dent Senate Fund, which is made up of 1.5 7. of the gross income of all dances. A Student Council of six Senators meets with the Committee on Student Affairs in the administration of student matters. No regulation may become effective until it is acted upon by both of these groups. Proof that student representation on this campus is of a very high degree is shown in the fact that any Senator is required to introduce a measure requested in writing by any member of the student body. Sub-committees of the Senate are: Men's and Wo- men's Housing and Living Organizations committees, Organization Social Events committee, Student Audit and Supervision committee, Campus activities commit- tee, Professional and Honorary Societies committee, Motor Car Permits and Bicycles Regulations committee. EQ' 'T' "l-Q-2-v . , - rf. 'fpiiiiflf 'tr' - A. sg I .,' I ' E - SYL. C. R. Anderson Carl Bontemps .. Flesidenf, Carl Bontemps Joanne Hills ' ' 166 Margaret Stewart . .. Florence .lean Wylie. .. FACULTY ADVISORS Brice Harris STUDENT OFFICERS C. A. Moyer . . . . .President . . .Vice-President . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer MEMBERS Dotty Kelly, Chairman T. R. Brahana Mildred R. Chapin Vern J. Hampton Louise Proehl Florence Jean Wylie The University Audit and Supervision Committee is a student-faculty board which is the administrative body for all general University social functions. lt is com- posed of five students chosen by the Student Senate, one student and three faculty members chosen by the Student Affairs Committee, and a member of the Dean of Men's staff. Programs, decorations, budgets, special activities, Eleanor Siekmen George Smith Margaret Stewart Janet L. Weston A ' an ' - Dotty Kelly, Chairman and all other phases of student managed dances are left in the hands of individual committees, with the Dance Committee retaining final control. The Commit- tee supervises printing, issuing, collecting and auditing of tickets, and patron and complimentary ticket lists. Before final steps can be made by the individual dance committees, approval of date, place, and budget of proposed dances must be had from the Committee. STUDENT HFFHIRS HUDIT llllD SUPEliVlSlllll l0lllllllTTEE l Top row: Wylie, Brahana, Proehl Boffom row: Stewart, Siekmen, Kelly, Weston, Chapin 167 Miss Irene Pierson, Social DilECfOf Julie Coderre, Presidenf of fhe Union Mr. G. W. Goble, Chairman of five Board Faculty and Universify Members of fhe Board: C. E. Bowen, G. W. Goble, E. G. Schreiber, I. A. Berg, Miss Curita Robertson, Miss Irene Pierson Sfudenf Represenfafives on fire Union Board: George Weinstein, George Sturm, Tom Kubelius, Doris Burke, Betty Isaacs, Nancy Kollmon, Mary Maushak -1 Executive Board: lauralynn Parkerson, Fla Jean Wylie, Julie Coderre, Elaine Hedges, Alice Meserve lllllll UIIIIIII BIJHRD l A .L , Top Row: Dotty Kelly, Betty Farley, Betsy Ross, Charles Gaines, Willis Snow, Tom Smith, Joyce Yarnell, Barbara Atkinson Boffom Row: Peggy Himes, Ina Ruth Palman, Nancy Kollman, Elaine Hedges, Julie Coderre, Alice Meserve, Barbara Jones, Ruth Loveless lllllll Ulllllll CIIUIIEIL The function of the Illini Union Board is to unify and coordinate student activities. All special days and events, most dances, and student use of the Illini Union Building are under the iurisdiction of the Board. Any profits from Illini U,nion functions are redistributed to the students in the form of free services and entertain- ment, in accordance with a budget approved by the Board. The Illini Union Board consists of five student di- rectors who comprise the Executive Board, three faculty advisors, the social director and the manager of the Illini Union, the director of the Alumni Association, stu- dent representatives of independent and fraternity men and women, and the chairman of publicity and office management. The Illini Union Council consists of all the maior chair- men and directors of the Illini Union. The Council meets bimonthly and each chairman reports to the group on the work of his committee. ln these meetings each chair- man becomes better acquainted with his co-workers. He also gets a concept of the functioning of the Union as a whole and of the activities of departments anfl committees beside his own. Top Row: Ray Flesher, Etta Arntzen, Shirley An- derson, Doris Burke, Margaret Stewart, Lau- ralynn Parkerson, Flo Jean Wylie Boffom Row: Dorothy Bremer, Georgia Pulliam, Arlene Linton, Lee Kerres, Betty Stubblefield, Mareta Christ, Connie Franklin, Betty Beidle- man I69 , Y'-1 "mt cv cf 7 MAJOR CHAIRMEN Dotty Kelly, Margaret Stewart, Betty Farley, Betsy Ross, Mareta Christ Seated: Elaine Hedges DEPllRTlllEllT UF IJHITEES The Department of Dances offers a full and varied selection of dances and dancing classes. On Tuesday nights square dancing, with instruction, is oFfered for an hour-and-a-half. Two social dancing classes, for beginners and ad- vanced dancers, are given on Wednesday, and a free mixer is held after the classes. Another regular feature is the Saturday night orchestra dance in the lllini Union Ballroom. Both orchestra and record dances are an attraction for the students and faculty as well. The special dance committee of the Department also sponsors larger dances usually held in Hut? Gym, such as the Homecoming Dance, Dad's Day Dance, i and others during the year. Elaine Hedges, Director 7 SUB-CHAIRMEN Top Row: Mel Jackson, Mandy Youmans, Margery Clarke, Olga Skoblikoft, Blossom Smargon, Eleanor Bowman Boffom Row: Doris Larson, Estelle Shermer, Clara Olson, Ellen Jane Attebury Uf1i0l1 Mixer Registration Dance I 5 ' it .Q A 3' ' fr - if P, . V if s -i Summer Prom Committee Union Dance Club Commons 5 MAJOR CHAIRMEN Ruth Loveless, Dorothy Bremer, Alice Meserve, Betsy Ross, Tom Smith The Department of Special Afilairs got of? to an early start with Dad's Day weekend only three days after registration. At the Illinois-Iowa game Dads were honored by a program at the halftime. They later attended the Presi- dent's reception at the Union Building. Homecoming attracted a large and enthusiastic crowd to such events as the stunt show, pep rally, and dance. University Sings were held monthly with such themes as "College Days" and "Christmas". Campus talent was recruited for the third annual Illini Union Show "Any- thing Goes," a musical by Cole Porter. Although traditional Mother's Day was banned, Mothers were honored by a radio program, Sing, and written messages of congratulation. Alice Meserve, Director SUB-CHAIRMEN 72 Joanna Cavenee, George Smith, Virginia Harlan, Norma Del Diedrich, Mary Gachanour Go Illini-Fight! Badge Sales Committee .I Dad's Day awards Dorothy Bremer presented by Chairman Co-Chairmen of Pep Rallies, Ruth Loveless and Tom Smith, with Chief Illiniwek Ma y Queen Mary Jeanne Koritz I7 3 MAJOR CHAIRMEN Seated: CHCIYIBS GOll16S, Ccmllne Barrett, Joyce Yarnell, Julie Coderre, Connie Franklin, Betty Stubblefield On Floor: Barbara Jones, Ray Flesher 174 DEPllRTlllEllT UF REEREHTIUH The Department of Recreation, made up of seven maior committees, turns its energy into making the Illini Union a recreational center for all civilian and mili- tary students. The Coffee Hour Committee sponsors Student-Faculty Coffee Hours every Thursday afternoon. Sunday evening programs for servicemen are planned by the At-Ease Committee. The Music Hours sponsor classical recorded programs daily, while the Pine Lounge Records Committee provides favorite radio programs and popular music. Ping-pong, bowling, billiards, bridge, chess, and checkers keep the Tournaments Committee and sports-minded students busy. At the Illini Town Meetings topics of current interest are discussed. Special tree enter- tainment is sponsored by the Friday Night Entertainment Committee. Juliette Coderre, Director SUB-CHAIRMEN Top Row: Betty Tate, Florine Freeman, Jane Turner, Nancy Bruce, Doreen Warman Second Row: Roberta Pritchard, Mary Kersh, Rochelle Bondi, Gloria Mezzia, Claire Chulay, Carol Fink First Row: Mona Rae Mann, Maurine Lavin, Naomi Peters, Phyllis Steinkamp ' a ,wet S 9 K. Q . Ping-Pong Tournament Pine lounge Record Program C' sy 1- ..r, HA. At Ease Coffee Hour X K x Friday Nighl Enferiainmenl Music Hour 5 mow NtA1ltl!lllMllllllfS MAJOR CHAIRMEN Bette Beidlemun, Doris Burke, Nancy Kollmon, Flo Jean Wylie, Mary Maushak, Shirley The Department of Public Service is responsible for the Illini Union's out- Anderson side contacts and it also offers many services to the students. The Publicity Committee handles publicity for all Union activities, the Office Management Committee does the necessary clerical work for the committees and its mem- bers also act as receptionists in the Student Activity Office. Over a hundred lllios are distributed to high schools each year by a com- mittee in this department. The Guide and Travel Service Committee conducts tours of the campus for visitors and students. I The Student Information booth furnishes all student information. The Orientation Committee plans a Freshman Activity Night, and sponsors the l L Union Open House. Flo Jean Wylie, Director SUB-CHAIRMEN Back Row: Mandi Youmans, Tom Klavik, Shirley Tomisek Front Row: Naomi Peters, Gene McManus, Nancy Bruce, Jean Reedy, Catherine Palecek 176 ,-f .,.- Q3 g i' 'X gang' me Style Show at the Union Open House Office Management Committee The Student information Booth "Hang Guide and Trove gmwrmiizg., AIPWNY-:i"2':' H ., ,ff Huff am 40 I C 'tt omml ee Publicity Committee il MAJOR CHAIRMEN Peggy Himes, Barbara Atkinson, Lee Kerres, Georgia Pulliam, Arlene Linton, Ina Ruth Palman, Lauralynn Parkerson The Department of War Service is composed of six committees, each having its own function in working with the students to further war work on the campus. Scrapbooks, kits, sewing centers, shopping service, selling of war stamps at special events by Minute Maids, monthly parties and public forums on cur- rent interest at the local USO's, plus recent registration of students for the Blood Bank are a few ofthe outstanding activities ofthe department. Soldiers, sailors, and ofticers are entertained on Sunday afternoons by dances and parties. Lauralynn Parkerson, Director 5 SUB-CHAIRMEN Jean Freiburg, Priscilla Sandford, Doris Worden, Marion Kilsburg, Elaine Shaftel, Renee Maruszczak, Kathryn Davidson, Arline Iser, Dorothy Rasmussen, Delores Mummert 178 On Floor: Carol Johnson, Patricia Smith, Joy Stiernberg, Marie Walsh, Peggy Francis ii 4 in kiiwnm , , W-imiifxwliilll1-Ei N, ' F in liiYli"l--'N Union Mixer Orange Slar Illini Room Sunday Afiernoon Dance Formal Dance al Chanule Field Chanule Field Shopping Service 9 M. lan Coldwell Adrian R. Wells, President SECRETARIAL STAFF Henry E. Wilson, General Secretary Laurence R. Cadwell Philip B. Morgan Avery C. Wood Henry E. Wilson, General Secretary CABINET MEMBERS Adrian R. Wells. . . ....... President Ralph Robison .. ...... Vice-President Bob Jarrell ...... ............ R ecorder Bill Popeioy ...... . . .Freshman Fellowship LaVerne Anderson. . . .... Social Recreation Ken Wanderer .... . . .Church Relations ln its seventy-second year of service the University Young Men's Christian Association, "an association of students and faculty," continues its program of meet- ing the needs of men on this campus. Through another war year, the Y has maintained an active program and the membership level compares very favorably with other years. One may find his interests met in the varied program which includes discussion groups, inspirational meetings, social events, and committee work. The Y seeks to reach every man on the campus, whether he is a member or not. The traditional freshman camp, whose purpose is to orient new students to the University has been con- Chet Marquis . . ......... Public Relations Bob Minor .... . . .International Friendship Ralph Dralle . . . .......... Membership Eugene Maun . .. ....... Reception Duane Watts. . . . . .Member at Large Don Wise .... . .Member at Large tinued in an abridged form. Illinois always has in its enrollment students from other lands. Work with these guests is an important Y activity. Servicemen and veterans on the campus use the facilities of the Y and participate in activities planned by their own group. Along with other organizations, the Y finds its mem- bers scattered all over the world today. The "Round Robin," a popular news letter, is sent regularly to the Y's six hundred servicemen. The Y is looking ahead and making plans for ef- fective service in the post-war period when campus life is back to normal. Top Row: Maun, Minor, Anderson, Wanderer, Dralle, Popeioy, Wise Bottom Row: Coldwell, Robison, Wells, Jarrell, Marquis, Morgan 180 Harvey Hurwitz Jim Griswold Louis Thomas Watson Blake President, Vice-President, President, Vice-President, Firsf Semester First Semester Second Semester Second Semester COMMITTEES Firsf Semester Second Semester Arthur Crum , , ..,..,,...,, U .Liaison Howard Franklin ............... .... L iaison Matt Glenn .... ............. S ocial Stanford Kqalz ' ' ' "" Publicity B b K' . . . . . . ' ' Lorena Moudy ..... . . .Ofhce Management ,O MC 'bbon Membership hh' F I h I P Jim Montgomery ... ...Program S If ey e sent a ... .......... rogram Ray Jordon- ' . . H ....Social .lim Keefe ...... ...Membership Tony Tcmglos I Ralph owne ... ...... . ...Publicity Dick chmeleck 5" " "'A'l"e"CS ln May, 1944, the Illini Veterans organization was founded. The initiative was taken by Dean of Men, E. E. Stafiord, and the president of lnterfraternity Council, George Sturm. It started with twenty-five men and its present membership includes three-hundred-and- fifty veterans on campus. This organization took part in the Homecoming Stunt Show, it sponsored a War Bond and Stamp Drive, Dance, and Victory Ball, sev- eral All Campus Meetings, and a refresher course in scholastic work for new and old veterans. By aiding in Housing and Rehabilitation, many new veterans have been able to make adiustments more easily on campus. With the returning of more veterans to the campus, the membership and work of this organization will continue to expand in the coming year. -we l Top Row: Griswold, Wolf, Moudy, Hurwitz, Crum Boffom Row: Keefe, Glenn l8l Top Row: Lieberman, Cohen, Stolmon, Wasserman, Fohrman, Stern, Friedman, Teten Fifth Row: Sotz, Fisher, Auerbach, Braveman, Rosen, Rayman, Goldman, Rosenzweig, Good, C. Wexler, E. Wexler, Goldman Fourth Row: Brodsky, Steinberg, Becker, Bernstein, Raflman, Miller, Rhode, Doffelt, Zock, Bachall, E. Frank Third Row: Simon, Ballis, Speisel, Urdangen, Stein, Goldsmith, Gitlitz, Weiss, Schatzman, Tick, Mincus Second Row: Rabbi Silverman, Andich, Fahlstein, Burstein, B. Frank, Brawdy, Rubinzig, Davis, Eisenstadt, Morris, Leavit Boffom Row: Pevsner, Rosenthal, Gittleman, Sherman, Levin, Rittenboum, Shermer The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of lllinois was created to serve as a "Home Away from Home" for Jewish students at Illinois. There friendly advice and guidance are given to the students by Dr. Sachar and Rabbi Silverman, the Foundation Directors. Hillel aims to prepare young men and women for HILLEL FllUllDHTlllll in the Hillel student program. Some ofthe highlights of the Hillel year were: Hillel Credit courses in religious and cultural values, Annual Book Review Series, The Monthly Newspaper, Sing and Stunt Show, Religious Services, Sunday Evening Town Hall Forums, Cost Suppers, and the annual Hillel play. leadership in their home community through experience Top Row: Clark, Dr. Fisher, Trummel, Myers, Meeker, Hippensteele Second Row: Lyon, Gaumer, Smith, Neumann, Rankin, Austin, Wilfred, Sidebottom, Tucker, Anders Boffom Row: Hinton, Baum, Wolf, Poull, Mulliken lLLllllllS The Illinois Disciples' Foundation, maintained by the Christian churches of Illinois, is a religious and social center for students. Dr. Stephen Fisher, pastor of Uni- versity Place Christian Church and Director of the Dis- ciples' Foundation, Mrs. Hilda Ruth Hippensteele, and a representative cabinet-council cooperate in planning and integrating the active program. 182 DISCIPLES' FllUllDllTlllll Laughter and meditation are both common experi- ences shared by the fellows and girls who work and worship in the varied activities. Each Sunday night there is social nourishment for all who attend our Candle-tip Supper Hour. Parties and banquets are interspersed throughout the regular weekly events, so "there is never a dull moment" forthe Discipillini. Top Row: Rev. Shaw, L. Bullard, Hamilton, Conklin, T. Bullard, Dr. Hine, Rarick, Van Tress Bottom Row: Price, Ritchie, Ransom, Young, Breckenridge, McMahon, Forney, Barry lllcllllllfll FllUlllJllTlllll McKinley Foundation is the Presbyterian center for -all students. The foundation was established by the generous endowment of the late Senator George B. McKinley. A student Council supervises all the activities at Mc- Kinley. Dr. James R. Hine, Reverend Russell Shaw, and Miss .lennis Barry, counselor, compose the permanent staff which works with the council. A threefold program is offered by McKinley Foundation, worship, Christian education, and recreation. Church services are held in McKinley Memorial Pres- byterian Church, adioining the Foundation. Vesper services are held every Wednesday afternoon at five o'clock. Supper Club meets every Sunday evening for the McKinleyites. The Foundation is always open for informal gatherings, to sing, read, study, or play games. Top Row: Love, Gasteiger, Bannister, Griswold, Mattern Second Row: Fored, Case, Brunskill, Buyer, Davidson, Miles, Linsley, Samuelson, Burt Boffom Row: Huelbig, Turner, Moody, Osborne, Herbrandson, LaForge, Small, Hufford, Dibble The Wesley Foundation is the center for Methodist 'students and servicemen, providing a church life espe- cially designed for campus needs. The Student Council ,plans and directs this program with an adult staff, as advisers, and Rev. Paul Burt, as director. Maior phases of the program are the church service, va student class, a fellowship supper, and Vespers on UJESLEU f0UlllJHTl0ll Sunday, service proiects of various kinds, and study and discussion groups on the Bible and on social problems. The service proiects include support of a child refugee, Christmas gifts to children in Japanese-American Relo- cation Camps, and several community service proiects. Choir and drama groups are also active. 183 The Newman Club is the official organization for Catholic students attending the University of Illinois. It has a threefold purpose: to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a bal- anced program of religious, intellectual, and social activities, to weld the Catholic students into a common union, and to assist the University and its students when- ever possible. Activities of the Newman Club range from corporate communions, discussion study clubs, retreats, lectures and debates, to dramatics, parties, dances and picnics. ln carrying out its widely varied program the Newman Club makes use of its own library, auditorium, lounge and recreation rooms, located in the Student Center at St. John's Catholic Chapel on campus. llELUlllHll CLUB FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President .... . . .Mary Barnes President . . . . . .Samuel J. Castree Vice-President ...., . . .Arthur M. Kaindl Vice-President ..... . . ,George P. Buian Recording Secretary. .. . . .William F. Bastangel Recording Secretary. .. . . .Ellen Jane Attebery Corresponding Secretary .... .. .Joan M. Coss Corresponding Secretary. .. ...... Diana Davis Treasurer . . . . . .Marion Stoffel Treasurer . . . . . .Ramona Fitzpatrick Historian .... . . .Irene Babicz Historian. .. . . .Daniel J. Veith l84 Top Row: Nolen, Bohon, Marvel, Krabbe, Abel, Bromlet Middle Row: White, Hines, Drum, Webb, R. Smith, Winters Boffom Row: Holmes, R. Smith, E. Oftenhiser, P. Ottenhiser, Nesbitt ROGER l.UlLlllIlllS FELLULUSHIP The Roger Williams Fellowship ioins with other stu- dent organizations in colleges and universities through- out the United States in a vital program that has mean- ing for its members, for the campus community, and the Christian cause around the world. Scheduled meetings include Wednesday afternoon relaxation hours, Vespers, Wednesday evening Bible Discussion groups, Student-Faculty Forums, a Candle- light Supper each Sunday evening, and the Sunday morning Bible Class. The service of worship Sunday morning is central to the life of this "church beside the campus" which also provides a laboratory in which to work out the dis- covery of truths in the field of religion. Top Row: Stemler, Henriques Second Row: Bohon, Davis, Vogt, Wemhoener, Metz, Meeker, Lewis, Wise, Cartmill, Breckenridge Boffom Row: Hamilton, Mrs. Oftenhiser, Bramlet, Kennedy, Minto, Brandt, Lehmann, Koftie lnterdenominational religious cooperation at the University of Illinois is accomplished through the Re- ligious Workers Association and the Student Religious Council. The R.W.A. consists of the staff members of the several denominational foundations and the Y.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. The Student Religious Council is composed of two student delegates from each of these same organizations plus a delegate from STUDEITT RELIGIUUS l0UllflL M.l.W.A., Inter-Fraternity, Pan-Hellenic, and W.G.S. Two advisors are appointed from the Religious Workers Association. The Student Religious Council sponsors Campus Matins and with the aid of the R.W.A. sponsors special campus-wide services on Thanksgiving, Holy Week, Good Friday, and Easter. l85 George Sturm, Presidenf Acacia Earl Fleming Alpha Epsilon Pi Hal Pathman Alpha Delia Phi Gerry Scott Alpha Kappa Lambda Wallace Mulliken Alpha Phi Alpha Charles Gaines Alpha Rho Chi Hal Hultgen Alpha Tau Omega Jack Kreici Bela Thefa Pi Dick Carlstrom Cosmopolifan Vedat Urul 186 Paul Flum, Treasurer Bill Dady, Secrefary Donald Wise, Sergeant' af arms lllTEllFllllTElllllTll EllUllCll Delia Tau Della John Chapin Delfa Upsilon Dick Shepard Lambda Chi Alpha George Sturm Phi Della Thefa Bill Dady Phi Gamma Delfa F. T. Sampson Phi Epsilon Pi Burt Slavick Phi Kappa William Clancy Phi Kappa Sigma Harlan Williamson Phi Kappa Psi Reid Howe Pi Kappa Alpha Robert Edie Pi Lambda Phi Bill Wasserman Sigma Alpha Epsilon Len Anderson Sigma Alpha Mu Dick Bernstein Sigma Chi Eric Ekstrom Sigma Nu Gene Emery Sigma Phi Epsilon Art Fairman Sigma Pi Ed Stahnke Tau Delfa Phi Bernie Rosenfeld Tau Epsilon Phi Herbert Leviton Tau Kappa Epsilon Harry Wack Thefa Delfa Chi Joe Warren Thefa Xi Tom Klavik Triangle Jerry Jaeger Zefa Beta Tau Sheldon Harris Zefa Psi Chuck Nelson P 0 + - tt wx.:-iff -wx1:Sfs'fft'tff.em . .Q - . - A' ' ' 5 jf 6' , .K .,. , gays. 1 -' . fs t 4 1 A 2 I 1:53. - .-iiiixr,-if 1,3 , 5-,gt E1 ,512-::.' , : ' V - ',,g. gif' rn, ' -'-:VE . IE-tr-g, Q . 'f 1 fjsfgxg. - I ' "vii .sl.:Z5f'Tl.,-3S?' Iff 5' -- ' .gg:g:'ax::-- ,1 , '.,- iff ' s, - .Q-1-lui' Yfzsfiiv: '5::ifi1i.' Q-fi'- mae 5321? l X. ,':f"r:':1?t'v was -:.f"wa:gry::-zz-' :ati f . . w a: t it saw Tom Kubelius, President George Smith, Vice-President l Wessley Peterson, Secretary Joe La Polombara, Treasurer lllEll'S llllJEPEllDEllT lllllltll HSSOElllTl0ll Wayne Banks Robert Bohon Edward Creek John Follmer Nicholas Hagopian Douglas Helm Lloyd lreland Robert Jarrell Sam King George Koptick MIWA is a campus organization for all independent men who attend the University. The main purpose of this organization is to provide a means for extra-cur- ricular participation, to promote fellowship, and to develop qualities of leadership among the students. The Ward Executive Council is the governing body of the entire organization. The Council is composed of the MIWA executive officers, the ward presidents, chairman of the Ward Intramural Council, and two faculty advisors. The Executive Council sponsors all group social and recreational activities of the Ward's Thomas Kubelius Arthur Lindberg Joe La Polombara Bernard Mack William McCarthy Ronald Parks Wessley Peterson Walter Trapp William Seekamp George Smith programs. MIWA divides the campus into wards in order to create competition between these units, for competition will provide the independent men with the incentive to better their houses, to participate in various campus activities, and to win recognition where it is warranted. Another function of MIWA is to promote a feeling of pride in the independent students-a pride that will cause them to do much toward greater unityi and pleasant relationships with all other campus organi- zations. 187 f STUDEIIT CONVOCATION COMMITTEE Members of the All-University Convocation Committee Faculty Student Francis G. Wilson, Chairman Phyllis Fish Upton Close Rexford Newcomb Phyllis Margaretten Robert R. Hudelson Terry Reese Frederick S. Siebert Gladys Samuelson Fred H. Turner The All-University Convocations series was started in February, l944, to bring to the campus a group of competent speakers on subiects of gen- eral interest. The convocations are without charge and the series was an experiment which proved so successful that it was continued during the school year i944-45. Nationally known speakers have lectured on the fields of politics, economics, literature, the arts, education, and events of current interest. The first speaker was Gregor Ziemer, author of "Education for Death" which was made into the movie Hifler's Children. Ziemer, alumnus of the class of 1922, in his lecture on March 6 described Hitler and his war lords as he had observed them while in Germany. Gregor Ziemer John T. Flynn Alexander Kerensky George F' Milton f0llVllfHTlllllS Alexander Kerensky, premier of the short-lived Russian provis- ional government in the spring of 1917, spoke on "Russia in the International Situation" on March 17. Upton Close, radio com- mentator who spent many years in the Far East, spoke on cur- rent aFfairs with emphasis on the war in the Pacific. He lectured on April 10. George Fort Milton discussed "The Art of Being President" on May 4. Mr. Milton is an historian and has served as consultant to various government agencies in Washington, D. C. John T. Flynn, iournalist, author and economist, talked on "Pro- logue to Facism" on May 18. Col. M. Thomas Tchou, former secre- tary to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Chek, discussed China's role in world aFfairs on October 21. The final speaker in the first series was Edward Weeks, editor of the Atlantic Monthly, who lectured on literature in war time. Colonel M. Thomas Tchou I, Edward Weeks Top Row: Frederick S. Siebert, Robert R. Hudelson, Frances G. Wilson, Fred H. Turner Boffom Row: Phyllis Margaretten, Gladys Samuelson, Terry Reese 9 UlllVEllSlT!l llllllllfll To the casual observereto her soldier overseasethe lllini coed looks the same as she did the clay he left campus . . . cashmere sweater . . . plaid skirt . . . loafers . . . raincoats in the spring . . . gaily colored kerchiefs thrown over her shiny hair. But she has more sisters today, the coed of '45 . . . 3,862 to be exact. She studies hard . . . her grades are good-a B- average. She works in activi- ties . . . the lllini Union, she is president . . . the lllini, she is editor . . . on the lllio, she serves as both editor and business manager. She relaxes in Theater Guild . . . W.A.A. sports keep her in condition. This year the lllini coed lives in twenty fraternity houses leased by the uni- versity . . . and decorates with frills what were last year's ASTP barracks. ln the spring her Torch scarf, the Mortar Board cap and gown are her goal of service to the University. She works to be a part of American life . . . Ameri- can society. She buys war-stamps and makes servicemen's scrapbooks . . . or helps at the U.S.O, She waits in ques for hard-to-get cigarettes . . . and writes V-mails. She lives for the mail . . . for news of her serviceman. And her lipstick is just as bright, ,She hopes for his return. 5 i Virginia Bauer UREH ring, Ross, Levy, Eberle, Anderson, Little, M Lewis, Steel Second Row: Slottow, Black, Bauer, Pickett, Znani ecki, Clayton, Fraley, Lehmann, Case, Fedosky Third Row: R. Lewis, Drum, Stewart, Jordan, Koehler Mauney, Zimmerman, Webster Bottom Row: Stevens, Dean, Van Doren, Starkey Ingles Phyllis Anderson Margaret Ann Lewis Ruth L. Lewis Top Raw: Brown, Stubblefield, Ecke, Maushak, Per- Lois Black Mary Ellen Brown Flora Beth Case Barbara Clayton Shirley Dean Mary Louise Drum Allene Eberle Lyda Mae Ecke Virginia Fedosky Karyl Fraley Nancy Girhard Jane Ingles Jane Jordan Joan Kesler Alice Koehler Mary Alice Lambert Stella Jean Lehmann Doris Levy Mary Jane Little Virginia Mauney Mary Maushak Jo Ann Perring Eleanor Pickett Betsy Ross Estelle Sharpe Josephine Slottow Jeanne Starkey Carolyn Steel Mary Stevens Marion Stevenson Margaret Stewart Betty Stubblefield Betty Van Daren Rosanna Webster Wanda Zimmerman Helena Znaniecki Sorel Zoline 1944 Shirley Bauer Patricia Ann Miller Ann Benson Louise Proehl Barbara Camp Margaret Robbins Juliette Coderre Ruth Ann Schwager Jane Croessmann Eleanor Siekmann Mariorie Earle Martha Wayne Mary Ferree Dorothy Whipp Dorothy Ann Hendel Florence Jean Wylie Alice Meserve Phyllis Zeisler Honorary Members Ida Robbins Bernita Long l944 URTHR UHRD ,i Top Row: Dorothy Whipp, Louise Proehl, Juliette Coderre, Barbara Camp Second Row: Marjorie Earle, Martha Wayne, Pa- tricia Freyman, Ruth Ann Schwager Third Row: Flo Jean Wylie, Shirley Bauer Boffom Row: Alice Meserve, Ann Benson, Margaret Robbins, Eleanor Siekmann All JRR PIIIIHELIEIIIE Betty Isaacs, President Panhellenic . . . the advisory organization governing all sorority members, each spring sponsors ct workshop to foster inter-sorority spirit and cooperation, featured by the announcement of scholarship awards and ofticers for the coming year. The T945 theme . . . "Fraternities in a World at War." Department activities have 'followed this general theme . . . formation of the new Social and War de- partment . . . promoting participation in the campus War Chest Drive . . . Sophomore Council's sponsorship of Panhellenic's part in the Red Cross "Illini Pow-Wow." More traditional activities were the all-pledge ban- quet held in February, arranged by the pledge depart- ment, and formation of the Pledge Council, made up of the twenty pledge class presidents, a tea and bridge party for sorority chaperons sponsored by the social and war department, the exchange dinners sponsored by Sophomore Council, and publication of the Pan- hellenic rushing booklet. Each semester Panhellenic presents awards to the sorority and independent houses making the highest scholastic average and house show- ing the greatest grade improvement respectively. Panhellenic is composed of the Council made up of the twenty chapter presidents and the Executive Com- mittee, composed of the four officers, the court of ap- peals, and the departmental chairmen, listed below. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Reading from left fo right around table: DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRMEN-Margaret Pope, Delta Gamma, Activity, Dorothy McGorrisk, Delta Della Delta, Rushing, Eleanor Pickett, Gamma Phi Beta, Sophomore Council, Peggy Himes, Alpha Chi Omega, Social and War, Polly Kuby, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge. Panhellenic Adviser-Roberta D. Rosecrans. OFFICERS-Hilda Glenn, Alpha Xi Delta, Vice President, Betty Isaacs, Alpha Xi Delta, President, Virginia Kendall, Kappa Alpha Theta, Secretary, Betty Nelson, Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer. COURT OF APPEALS-Lois Friedrich, Delta Gamma, Carol Johnson, Alpha Delta Pi, Jean Voris, Kappa Delta, Verna Lee Wilson, Phi Omega Pi. Not in picture: Jean Spencer, Alpha Omicron Pi, Scholarship, Betty Van Doren, Delta Zeta and Cara Heller, Alpha Epsilon Phi. SOPHOMORE COUNCIL Top Row: Betty Berg, Alpha Delta Pi, Mary Hechteman, Phi Omega Pi, Diane Davis, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kathie Liep, Alpha Gamma Delta, Elaine Sebastian, Gamma Phi Beta, Frances Tick, Sigma Delta Tau, Arlene Rosenstein, Phi Sigma Sigma, Betsy Ladd, Delta Delta Delta, Mary Tredinnick, Kappa Delta Bottom Row: Dorothy Knaphurst, Kappa Alpha Theta, Rosemary Min- PLEDGE PRESIDENTS Top Row: Lorraine Johnson, Alpha Delta Pi, Ellen Garson, Phi Sigma Sigma, Naomi Benters, Delta Delta Delta, Roberta Roland, Gamma Phi Beta, Virginia Warliuel, Phi Omega Pi, Barbara Cassman, Alpha Gamma Delta Second Row: Janice Caudill, Alpha Xi Delta, Jane Buescher, Zeta Tau Alpha, Elizabeth Easter, Kappa Delta, Sue Russell, Pi Beta Phi, Nancy Noble, Alpha Chi Omega, Ann Cooke, Kappa Kappa Gamma Boffom Row: Madelyn Lang, Alpha Omicron Pi, Kay Rueling, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sally Millis, Delta Gamma, Lois Klein, Sigma Delta Tau, Betty Altpeter, Chi Omega Not' in Panel: Doris Dietz, Alpha Phi, Margaret Jo Heck, Delta Zeta, Betty Jean Kirshner, Alpha Epsilon Phi nis, Zeta Tau Alpha, Donna Jeanne Uhlmann, Delta Zeta, laura Benner, Pi Beta Phi, Barbara Rowe, Delta Gamma, June Bramlet, Alpha Omicron Pi, Naomi Peters, Alpha Xi Delta, Joan Gagan, Chi Omega Nof in Panel: Jane Keilholz, Alpha Chi Omega, Carol Landau, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Elizabeth Loewen, Alpha Phi PlIllHELLElllE , PRESIDENTS AND COUNCIL , CHAPTER PRESIDENTS Top Row: Flo Jean Wylie, Delta Delta Delta, Betty Daruah, Alpha Phi, Barbara Brown, Alpha Omicron Pi, Ruth Lippman, Sigma Delta Tau, Dorothy Barney, Delta Gamma, Betty Matthews, Kappa Delta, Margaret Harvey, Alpha Xi Delta, Carol Johnson, Alpha Delta Pi, Ann Benson, Chi Omega, Mary Lou Schenk, Phi Omega Pi, Helen Below, Alpha Gamma Delta, Betty Nelson, Alpha Chi Omega, Ruth Kohlhauff, Zeta Tau Alpha Boffom Row: Eleanor Schlecht, Gamma Phi Beta, Sally Bloom, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Peggy Rolley, Della Zeta, Virginia Kendell, Panhellenic Secretary, Hilda Glenn, Panhellenic Vice-President, Barbara Colen, Phi Sigma Sigma, Judy Gardner, Pi Beta Phi, Joan Ralston, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Anne Grover, Kappa Alpha Theta l.Ulllllllll'S GROUP SUSTEIII The Woman's Group System governs all Independent Women on the campus. Each house is considered one W.G.S. group. There are also Scatter Groups in which town girls and girls living in a very small group or singly may participate. Each house or group plans their own social and service activities forthe year. The standing committees which function during the year are: social, music, scrap- book, awards, publicity, and newspaper. Any girl may petition for a position on these committees. Activities for W.G.S. as a group include the W.G.S. Stunt Show, Christmas Musical, President's Banquet, District Teas, and the Spring Awards Tea. The group activities are governed by the Executive Council which consists ofthe president, vice-president and freshman adviser, secretary, treasurer, district chair- men, and committee chairmen. Elections are held each spring to elect the president, secretary, and treasurer for the following year. These officers are installed at the Spring Awards Tea. Honor Council is the recognition of the houses which have done outstanding work in scholarship, in social activities, and in service activities during the year. The plaques on which the names of the houses appear that have made Honor Council hang in the first floor hallway ofthe woman's Building. W.G.S. OFFICERS Phyllis Meyers, Treasurer Lyda Mae Ecke Secretary: Mrs. Faber Faculty Adviser Betty Beidelman, Vice President W. G. S. REPRESENTATIVES Disfricf Chairmen: Eleanor Fox, Reutha, Helen Auerbach, Reutha, Mary Maushak, 4-H House, Margaret Stewart, Welsh House, Mareta Christ, Welsh House, Ruth Lewis, Leeman Lodge, Betty Stubbletield, Welsh House. W. G. S. CHAIRMEN AND CUMMITTEE MEMBERS Top Row: Loeta Zoeller, Katherine Polechek, Marguerite Rietveld Second Row: Norma Zimmerman, Ina Herbrig, Betty Tait, Carol Swanson Third Row: Anita Turner, Donalee Benson, Eleanor Howell, Joan Baldry, Barbara Moody Boffom Roi: Lorraine Fishman, Scrapbook chairman, Betty Miles, Publicity chairman, Gladys Samuelson, Music chairman, Ann Hoit, Awards chairman, Virginia Johnson, Social chairman ,fag W. Jeanette Chumbley, President U. lU. E. ll. Ann Graybill, General Secretary For sixty-one years, the Young Women's Christian Association has held an im- portant and influential position on the University of Illinois campus serving as a laboratory for the daily practice of Christian living. This organization, composed of women students, faculty, and alumnae interested in maintaining the Christian ideals of brotherhood and good will, has helped many students realize "full and creative life." This year, as in years before, the Y.W.C.A. sponsored weekly Thursday after- noon vespers and teas. Once again the annual Doll Show was a big success, and many underprivileged children became the proud possessors of the dolls. The "Y" has done its part also toward building up the morale of our servicemen through its War Service Department, and the Social Recreation Department did not forget the servicemen on the campus in its social program. Reading counter-clockwise: Loris Matthys, Treasurer Dorothy Ritter, Secretary Shirley Bauer, First Vice-President Marilyn Sandquist, Second Vice-President' Leff fo Right: Patti Stevens, Freshman Group leader, Betty Lau Preston, Freshman Group Leader, Annis Steinley, Freshman Group Leader, Phyllis Brown, Freshman Group Leader, De Lores Mum- mert, Freshman Group leader, Beth Seales, Freshman Group Leader, Flo Punke, International Friendshi U. LU. E. FI- Freshmen should be honored by the special attention given them by the "Y", for they are uppermost in the minds of those who plan the activities of the "Y", Through freshmen discussion groups and various social programs, new girls become more readily adiusted to university life. There is no definite membership fee, but each woman contributes voluntarily to the support of the "Y" program. All university women are invited to participate in any part of the Y.W.C.A. program. Left fo Righf: Jean Buckner, War Service, Mary Ellen Attebury, Freshman Group Leader, Martha Girl Reserves, Eunice Wolff, Publicity, Jeanne Starkey, Freshman Group Leader, Shirley Jacobs, Freshman Group Leader, Shirley Randall, Freshman Department. P Babb, You ccn'f escape Q. .xx V Y Cabinei meeting gf Nxf Q, Fresh mon Group EHHDIDS X 1 ' 14 X is V KM -J Pouring-Punch A H. A Doll Show Group -G O Discussion Group v W if' iim 71,15 ,. pp W.: 53,25 V . 443 42,5 2:4-. 47. - -5 'U j':gal1:E,r f "Hi: .. . fi 4 x Q 55? fx gy' s+ 4 T99 . 50 ' v N? b gl 32 an W4 if 5 A ' . ff ,iff 'E X. iff"-x y 95:1 Q?-vX gg 2 QR' N Nwfhgi N 9, 5 Q 'ca 9 EE-1 Mx WS? Q M? .A my Y' A ,,"f,,f gm ' - va ff- :Y -xr. at .1 gsf? N Q- we :V- R ,, . .vz 3 ,:E,A, J ww ? V v Elaine Zwick, president W.A.A. LU. H. H. OFFICERS Elaine Zwick, President Marjorie Earle, Vice-President Martha D. Franklin, Secretary Virginia Fedosky, Treasurer We know that every girl cannot be a Mortar Board member or the May Day Queen. Limitations apply also to athletic ability, but this fact does not prevent a Uni- versity of lllinois co-ed from participating in W.A.A. activities. This year, four hundred girls, more girls than ever before, took part in girls' athletics. Each girl had the opportunity to acquire skill in many ditterent sports, tor a place had been found for almost every sport in the four-season program. Any girl may become an active member ot W.A.A. upon completion of one sports season. Successful com- pletion of ten sports seasons is the requisite for the highest award, the Maior Orange class numerals go to those girls who complete six sports seasons. Besides the four sport seasons, there are several special events each year. This year the members par- ticipated in a Homecoming reception and in hockey games with two different Chicago teams. Orchesis, an honorary dancing group, and Terrapin, an honorary swimming group, are under the sponsor- ship of W.A.A. Alpha Sigma Nu, the W.A.A. honorary, has as its members those girls with a University average of "B" who have completed eight sports seasons. From Freshman Week until graduation day, W.A.A. has some planned activity for all girls interested in ath- letics. These activities promote the aim of the Woman's Athletic Association-honesty, loyalty, and good sports- manship. W.A.A. ADVISORY BOARD Top row: Barbara Timmons, Faculty Advisor, Lorraine Mieschke, Publicity managerp Bernice Anderson, Indi- vidual managerg Virginia Fedosky, Treasurer. Seafed: Mariorie Earle, Vice-Presi- dentp' Elaine Zwick, President, Betty Van Daren, Inter-house manager: Martha D. Franklin, Secretary. Noi Pictured: Phyllis Cunningham, General Manager, Betty Garner, So- cial Chairman. UJ. H. ll. W.A.A. SPORTS MANAGERS Top Row: Dorothy Holston, individual apparatus, Marian Holm- beck, individual archery, Gail Hamilton, general volleyball Second Row: Lucille Magnusson, interhouse soccer, Marilyn Mur- ray, interhouse volleybally Mary Kennedy, interhouse softball. Third Row: Sylvia Kolpack, publicity, Catherine Tracy, general volleyball, Winifred Moehle, tennis, Dorothy Dolan, general softball, Shirley Donnelly, general basketball Boffom Row: Betty Rose, interhouse bowling, Wilda Zilm, inter- house basketball, Alice Joslyn, interhouse basketballg Mary Tredinnick, individual bowling .3 W.A.A. AWARDS Top Row: Joyce Yarnell, Shirley Doppelt, Wanda Zimmerman, Lorraine Mieschke Second Row: Elaine Zwick, Ardath Wilson, Marion Berkowitz, Carol Hedrick Boffom Row: Helen Morgenstern, Jeannette Crader, Mariorie Earle, Betty Van Doren , we CTX Belle Sadow, Presidenf URCHESIS A keen sense of rhythm, a flare for creative imagination, and an enthusiastic participation characterize the members of Orchesis, lllinois' honorary dance organization. With music serving as the inspiration, ideas are expressed in movements, and these movements grow into dances. Each year, besides several dance recitals, this group gives a gala spring concert. Beautiful costumes and stage settings enhance the interpretative dances. Orchesis is divided into two groups. The more advanced mem- bers constitute the concert group, while the others are members of the beginning group. Back Row, Standing: Florence Lynn, Miriam Levine Front Row: Jane Mendelssohn, Belle Sadow, Jeanne Scharfenburg, Bobby Saipan , I- lil TERRHPIH it ln an elaborate "Spring Aquacade," thirty girls displayed syn- Eileen Schwmkl pmiden, cronized swimming and water formations, activities typical of Terrapin, the honorary swimming club. The members of this group through their swimming execute poise, grace, and rhythm. This winter for the first time, a swimming meet was held. Trophies were given as awards to the winning interhouse relay team and to the outstanding individual swimmer. Members are chosen after tryouts and placed in one of two groups-Maior or Minor Terrapin, depending upon their degree of swimming skill. It takes outstanding swimming and diving ability to become a member of this organization. Tap Row: Mrs. Rawlings, Phyllis Cunningham, Jessie Daniel, Barbara Christy, Darlene Lawson, Muriel Parry, Mariorie Loring, Dorothy Ann Price, Mary Neville Center Row: Barbara Hunsucker, Patricia GeLaz, Janice Rosen, Martha Franklin, Eileen Schwark, Virginia Fedosky, Bonnie- iean Schmieg, Ruth Christiansen Boffom Row: Verna Lee Bcngart, Dorothy Leppla, Delores Leppla, Mary Frances Rose, Jane Brigham, Arlene Greenberg, .loan Hedges fffftgf 42. 66' J' 'gf 2' PUBllfHllllllS Staffed almost entirely by girls, publications of the University continued to operate on an almost-normal basis during the l9-44-45 school year .... The lllio staff was entirely feminine save for some male help on photography and sports writing .... The Daily lllini had its first woman sports editor, con- tinued to come out five times each week during the fall and spring terms, four times in the summer session .... Shortages of help on the staff and in the mechanical department caused the two magazines, The lllinois Agricul- furist and The lllinois Teclmograplz, to miss some deadlines, but an all-girl staff of "sis ags" kept their publication alive, and V-l2's provided the nucleus for the Tech's staff .... The parent institution of student publications, the lllini Publishing Company, endeavoring to hold down the inroads on its size- able reserve fund, tried to strike a balance between war economies and pre- war standards of quality in publications. A new chairman, C. A. Moyer, headed the lllini board of control. 207 yr. ,QT Rose Anne Stewart, Editor IRfghfJ Mayta Ballis, Assistant' Editor fLefU THE llllll UF 1945 In a remote corner of Illini hall is the lllio office where amid the rattle of typewriters, the odor of rubber cement, and the general confusion caused by busy people, Rose Anne Stewart, Editor, and Mayta Ballis, Assistant Editor, manage to bring order out of chaos and produce the lllio of 1945. Rose Anne and Mayta are responsible for the style of the yearbook and for the general supervision of its production. Their many headaches throughout the year they hope have been worthwhile. The Art staff headed by J. William Kennedy, assistant professor of Art, in- cludes three students, Edson Newquist, Ruth Wahlberg, and Martha Gul- lett. From many sketches they designed the artwork in the book. 0 Edson Newquist, J. William Kennedy, Ruth Wahlberg Dorothy Whipp, Business Manager flefti Marion Jenkins, Associate Business Manager frightj THE ILLIU UF 1945 On the other side ofthe lllio office the business staff under the direction of Dorothy Whipp, Business Manager, and Marion Jenkins, Associate Busi- ness Manager, greets the many visitors to the oFtice as they enter the door. They take care ofthe sale of books, the sale of advertising, and all the other financial matters for the yearbook. They patiently answer innumerable questions which people ask every day from two to tive. The stall' of photog- raphers walk many miles over Campus taking pictures for the book and then spend a great number of long hours in the darkroom developing them. On the staff are Bill Blankenberg, Lee Sullivan, Quandt Adams, Bill Migon, Edward Dessen, and Stuart Rubin. .4 Photographers-Bill Blankenburg, Lorene Corothers, Quandt Adams Dottie Strong, Ann Lewis, Barbara Clayton, Carol Schalltner, Wanda Zimmerman, Barbara Harvey, Evelyn Hines On the business staff are six juniors in charge of the various divisions of their work. They are: Mary Jane Little and Eleanor Pickett, Advertising: Karyl Fraley, Circula- tion: Jane Ingles, Statistics: Shirley Getman and Doris Levy, Bookkeeping. Both staffs could not get along without the help ofthe large staffs of freshmen and sophomores among whom are the iunior and senior staff members of tomorrow. They type, file, and run countless errands for the editorial staFf and sell books and do office work for the business statt. 2lO The eight iuniors on the editorial staff ofthe lllio form four teams, each in charge of special sections of the book. They are: Carol Schatifner and Barbara Harvey, Colleges at Urbana, Uni- versity Women, Scholastic Honors, and Society: Wanda Zimmerman and Evelyn Hines, Seniors, Campus Leaders, Independents, Honoraries and Professionals: Barbara Clayton and Sorel Zo- line, Administration, Student Administration, Military, Sororities and Fraternities: Ann Lewis and Dottie Strong, Athletics, Publications, Stage, Concert, and Music. THE lLLl0 UF 1945 Doris Levy, Eleanor Pickett, Mary Jane Little, Jane Ingles, Shirley Getman, Karyl Fraley l Top row: Lois Klein, Martha Cattingham, Elizabeth Picker, JoAnn Baysinger, Norma Zimmerman, Ruth Nelson Fourth row: Patricia Lauchner, Patricia Price, Shirley Nagell, Carol Andich, Mary Bar Greene, Gloria Gould, Veeda Shoemaker, Betty Stahl, Roberta Green, Marilyn Mueller. Third row: Jean Fleharly, Betty Schiermeyer, Alice Misegades, Jayne Conley, Charlotte Krasne, Roberta Roland, Eliza- beth Gonigam, Barbara Rosenburger, Jackie Tatman. Second row: Lila Jones, Jean HoFfman, Dorothy Blum, Ellen De Moss, Mary Ann Moots, Alice Loveioy, Muriel Stuart, Shirley Howard, Mariorie Grady Bottom row: Sarah Witherspoon, Gloria Pagliarulo, Hortense Harris, Patsy Borde, Freddie Karber, Elizabeth Streid, Shirley Smidl, Carol Karr, Eleanor Bowman, Joanne Butterfield N THE lLLl0 UF 1945 Top row: Thelma Riggin, Mary Ellen Christie, Esther Granofsky, Patricia Brown, Jane Brown, Barbara Davis Fifth raw: Barbara Thomasson, .loan Ryan, Jean Naramore, Betsy Hall, Mary Ellen Reardon, Suzanne Burnside, Verna Bongart, Rachel Thomas, Elizabeth Wichert, Joan Dumelow, Ann McNamara, Roberta Polk, Margie Perkins Fourth row: Ralph Apple, Mariorie Hawthorne, Jeanne Scharfenberg, Danise Smith, Shirley Bold, Failhe Wexman, Doris Larsen, Mary Loo Barber, Virginia Hiller, Barbara Angus, Shirley Horwitz, Bette Myers, June Sapin Third row: Patricia Williamson, Mariorie Golder, Barbara Klein, Barbara Robinson, Arlene Gettleman, Lois Bolle, Ruth Unterberg, Betty Gwinn, June Morettini, Mary Hall, Shirley Bollinger, Janet Kaminke, Georgann Stein, Mary Frischer Second row: Nancy H. Brown, Shirley Cohen, Theola Field, A'lene Rosenstein, Gloria Geary, Laurel Stiglitz, Elizabeth Easter, Eunice Annan, Margaret Alcock, Shirley Able, Edith Chilow, Alice Weber Baffom row: Virginia Fuller, Mariellen Damon, Jeanne Feldmann, Patricia Taber, Mary Anne Jordan, Nola Poynton, Beverly Chase, Shirley Pufalt, Constance Carlson, Marilyn E. Johnson, Jacquelyn Opp, Bette Livingstone 2ll Y X Jean Hurt, Editor Virginia Mauney, Business Manager 2 If' Kay House, Marguerite Melin, Teresa Reese, Mary Louise Drum, Patricia Freyman, Barbara Richardson Assistant Editors and Manager Junior editorial staff: Mary Ellen Brown, Martha Swain, Jean Howerton, Dick Kranz, Eugene Shalit, Sam King, Merrill Pritchard, Rosanne Morschak THE llllllll lllllll For the first time in seventy-three years the Daily Illini had an all-girl staff the first semester af I944-1945. Jean Hurt headed the staff both semesters with Barbara Richardson, Patricia Freyman, Kay House, and Teresa Reese as senior editors. Jill Drum had the distinction of being the first woman sports editor. Second semester Merrill Pritchard was appointed a senior editor and Gene Shalit was chosen sports editor. Juniors on the staff in charge of various phases of reporting are: Mary Ellen Brown, lllini Union, Sam King, administration, Rosanne Marschak, Star Course, Martha Swain, Army and Navy, and Helen Green and Dick Kranz, sports. More than one hundred freshmen and spohomores work on the staff, spending week nights reading proof and days chasing stories. The business staff of the Daily Illini with Virginia Mauney as Business Manager balances the budget and promotes reader interest. Peggy Melin was assistant business manager. At the beginning of second semester Jean Herron was also appointed an assistant business manager. Helping them are Kay Seed, circulation, Lois Black, statistics, Julia Rochow, advertising, and Delores Schwartz, copy. Underclassmen also have a place on the business staff. Twenty-two sophomores and forty- five freshmen are now being trained to take the places of the iuniors and seniors. They help alleviate the staH headaches, distribution and statistical work, and they spend much time soliciting advertising from the local merchants and professional men for the Daily lllini. Junior business staff: Jean Herron, Julia Rochow, Kay Seed, Delores Schwartz Not in panel: Lois Black 213 Tap Row: Nancy Blakemore, Betty Ann Romm, Ramona Fitzpatrick, Peggy Longacre, Nila Schneider, Elaine Sell, Phyllis Buescher, Mary Gochanour, Claire Robinson, Lois Rudnik, Marilyn Murray, Ruth Seen Fourfh Raw: Nadine Ransom, Martha Langham, Roberta Lamkey, Lou Ann Huck, Jean Howerton, Delores Lenobel, Lois Albertson, Mary Jane Cunningham, Barbara Nicklaus, Jean Davidson, Lorraine Diers Third Row: Deloris Dahlman, Barbara Feurer, Dorothy Urdangen, Lois Link, Betty Hitch, Marye Skelly, Carol James, Bar- bara Holland, Phyllis Steinkamp, Jane Abbott, Virginia Davies, Betty Jane Foley Second Row: Mary Argenbright, Marilyn Unmacht, Mary Fletcher, LaVene Wolf, Norma Del Diedrich, Barbara Gilbreath, Ursula Goldmann, Jean Ryan, Rozanna Ueberrhein, Jean Sullivan, Jeannette Coughlan Boffom Row: Joyce Hull, Barbara Dobbin, Marjorie Hoobler, Mary Lou Cole, Arlene Cohn, Betty Meyers, Frances Baker, Pamela Martin, Muriel Weiner THE Dl-lllll lllllll -sri' Top Row: Olyne Giese, Helaine Klein, Jean Voris, Marilyn Monroe, Lloyd Ireland, Martha Ryder, Jane Rosenau Lynn Coy, Mildred Kyndberg, Dick Hall Fourth Row: Estelle Schermer, Jane Wilson, Shirley Stateler, Vera Nowell, Mildred Tarpley, Harriet Pampel Helen Bose Helen Wacker, Bill Todd Third Row: Lois Kergan, Carmelita McKemie, Jeanne Ruther, Marjorie Thorwick, Gwyneth Heath, Margaret Getty Vir ginia Bernard, Shirley Larsen Second Row: Dorothy Lax, Geraldine Cohen, Jean Moore, Sue Braveman, Betty Tibbets, Margaret Heck Margaret Young Boffom Row: Judith Gottlieb, Mary Mclaughlin, Emma Lau Colaw, Frances Phillips, Barbara Lane, Karen Kvale Mar garet Schumacher, Helen Leipold, Irene Curtis 214 Frank Holecek, Mr. Paul McMichael, Dorothy Ritter, Miss Jesse Heathman Marilyn Chapman Fredrick Siebert, director, Mr. Cecil Moyer, chairman, Wessley Peterson Dean Fred Turner ILLIIII PUBLISHIIIG EIIIIIPHIIII The four student publications of the University of Illinois are under the management of the Illini Publish- ing Company. The publications are the lllio, a year- book, the Illini, a daily newspaper, the Agriculfurisf magazine published by the students of the College of Agriculture, and the Technograph, a magazine pub- lished by those in the College of Engineering. The company is under the control of a board of eight directors, four faculty members appointed by the presi- dent of the University to serve for one year and four student members elected by the student body to serve for two years each. The board watches over the activities of the student editors and business managers, encouraging them to use their own initiative and iudgment. Vacancies on the staFfs of all the student publications are filled with selections by the board of control from the recommenda- tions of the student heads. Chairman of the board this year is Cecil A. Moyer, assistant professor of accountancy, and the company manager employed to operate the business and to ad- vise the student leaders is Paul C. McMichael. The company serves the community and the University with high quality printing and publishing at low cost. Top: Paul McMichael, company manager Bottom: Cecil A. Mayer, chairman, Board of Control 3 rc if Top Row: Helen Lehmann, Wahneta Taylor, Drewer Johns, Al Mueller, Grace Anderson, Mary Fox Second Row: Martha Mollet, Emma Lou Colaw, Dale Espel, Jack Rundquist, Ramona Fitzpatrick, Julia Ruth Stahl Janice Armitage Boffom Row: Louise Rice, Katherine Armstrong, Shirley Bolliger, Janie Bartel, Margaret Lawhead, Ann Bartel 216 THE HGRIEULTURIST The Illinois Agriculurisf has its third woman editor this year since the beginning ofthe war. She is Betty Ann Parkes. The woman's editor is Betsy Kindred. Handling the business staff is Lillian Schrader, business manager. The magazine, which is published six times yearly, covers the activities of the students of the College of Agriculture. information about current happenings in the school and features of interest to the students find their way into its pages. The student stat? is assisted by a Faculty Advisory Board: O. H. Sears, R. H. Wilcox, A. S. Colby, C. S. Rhode, and Miss Jesse Heatherman. Lillian Schrader, Business Manager: Betty Ann Parkes, Editor: Betsy Kindred, Woman's Editor Q' xc-sr Top: Melvin Long, John A. Henry, faculty advisor, Michael Martus, Devora Schift Bottom: Audrey Goldman, Joy Galperin, Lee Sessler THE TEEHITUGRHPH The lllinois Technograph is a monthly magazine published by the students of the College of Engineering. lts contents include technical and semi-technical articles on engineering and biographies of outstanding student, alumni, and faculty engi- neers. Reports on the activities ot various engineering honoraries and organiza- tions also find their way into the pages of the Technograph. Very popular with students is a large section which is devoted to humor and gossip about engi- neers. This year in order to encourage and inform prospective engineers the staff adopted the policy of sending copies ot the magazine to high schools. The Tech- nograph statt this year included Melvin Long, editor, Anne Lindberg, Mike Martus, Bert Levey, and Hal Diehl, assistant editors, and Frank Holecek, business manager. Melvin Long, Editor, Frank Holecek, Business Manager 217 ' Q Dimitri Melropoulos is giving Bill Reinhold, Daily Illini reviewer, a few pointers afler the Minneapolis Symphony Concert STHGE, Ellllfflii, Hllll IHUSIE To provide entertainment for students, faculty, and townspeople is the pur- pose of eleven campus organizations. The lllini Theatre Guild with the aid of Mask and Bauble, Pierrots, and Arepo, honoraries associated with the Guild, produces tive plays and one operetta each year. The University Concert and Entertainment Board super- vises all paid entertainments which are brought to the University. Star Course usually presents iust one series of well-known artists, but this year because tickets were sold out during the first few days, they arranged for another series of concerts by a string quartet. The lllini Football band was featured at football games. The personnel of this group includes ROTC students, ASTR's and Navy V-i2 trainees. The University Concert Band gave their anniversary concert March 28 in the Audi- torium. Every Wednesday following Easter they gave their traditional twi- light concerts on the Auditorium steps. The University Orchestra had a con- cert in Smith Music Hall March l8. Before the Christmas vacation the Uni- versity Chorus presented "The Messiah" and Women's Glee Club sang their traditional Christmas Cantata. I9 N xt .. GUILD BIIARIJ Standing: John Senger, Professor Cameron Gullette Seated: Professor Abner Knight, Louise Proehl, Mary Stevens, Professor Chester Anderson of Wesley Swanson, General Director, Charles Shattuck, Associate Director, Louise Proehl, General Manager The lean-clad coed, the smell of grease-paint, and the ring of hammers are as familiar to the members ofthe Illini Theatre Guild as the sights, smells, and sounds of every day life. Mad dashes to the printers, the business of the box office, and the writing of playbills are another side of the vast organization of production and it takes ten or more students working on backstage crews who never reach the foot- lights, but who are vital in maintaining the high standard of Guild productions. The huge undertakings of the Illini Theatre Guild are supervised by Wesley Swan- son as General Director and Acting Technical Director. Lt. Joseph W. Scott is Tech- nical Director now on military leave. Charles Shattuck is Associate Director. Dur- ing second semester Mr. Swanson was aided by two former Guild managers, Lyle Schwabe McKinney and Martha Messenger Thomas. The executive authority of the Guild is vested in the Guild Board. On this Board are representatives from the three dramatic honoraries and three faculty members, Professors Abner Knight, Cameron Gullette, and Chester Anderson. Mary Stevens represents Mask and Bauble, all- University dramatics honorary, John Senger represents Pierrot's, men's dramatic honorary, and Aline Fairchild is on the Board for Arepo, operatic honorary. The chairman of the Board is the Guild General Manager, Louise Proehl. To carry out the many aspects of theatre activity the Guild has a system of sophomore, iunior, and senior managers. This year we have thirty-four sophomore managers, eight iunior production managers, four junior business managers, and nine seniors to supervise the work. Something new this fall was the revival of our apprentice sys- tem, wherein each sophomore manager had twenty or so freshmen under wing. This system is merely another way of saying "hello" to new workers and helping them to feel at home in the Illini Theatre Guild. THEIITRE GUILD THEFITRE GUILD Senior managers, each in charge ofa special crew, help the juniors and generally supervise the work. Nancy Girhard is in charge of scenery-painting, Mary Alice Lambert, business, Vivian Marx, C-l7, the soldier entertainment project, Jo Ann Perring, make-up, Virginia Train, costumes, Rosanna Webster, scenery construction, Lorraine lllich, properties manager, Toby lgler, assistant to the director, and Louise Proehl, General Manager. The juniors on production, which includes construction, scenery-painting, properties, make-up and costumes, are: Peggy Bachman, Sherri Becker, Miriam Buzzell, Betty Goulet, Ruth Johnston, Eleanor Lukens, Ruth Lewis and Mark Robinson. On business the following junior managers serve: Beverly Frank, Carol Quimby, Lee Slusser, and Blossom Smargon. The juniors rotate in supervising different departments. The lllini Theatre Guild is very proud of its contributions to the war effort. The C-l7 project was established shortly after the war began, and since that time over 100,000 service men and women have entertained by University students under Guild supervision. Everything from Variety acts to Shakespearian drama has trouped to the various service centers and hospitals. ln cooperation with the Special Services at Chanute Field, the Gl Quiz show has been a popular feature every Wednesday night at the Service Club, with free cigarettes to the lucky win- ners! A series of one-act plays was presented in January, both for campus audiences and for service men at Chanute Field and in Champaign-Urbana. Joe Pawlish di- rected "She Was Only a Farmer's Daughter," and Florence Lynn was in charge of a one-act version of "The Warrior's Husband." Thus the scope of the lllini Theatre Guild is great, its productions include everything from melodrama to Shakespeare, its crews are large and varied, its audiences include high school students, University students, faculty, townspeople, and service personnel. SENIOR MANAGERS Kowalski JUNIOR MANAGERS ring, Lorraine lllich, Nancy Girhard Frank Absenf: Eleanor Lukens, Shirley Dean Top Row: Natalie Raffel, Toby lgler, Rosanna Webster Bottom Row: Virginia Train, Louise Proehl Vivian Marx Rita Top Row: Miriam Buzzell, Mary Alice Lambert .ro Ann Pe Boffom Row: Phyllis Brown, Sherri Becker Ruth Lewis Beverly Curio ........ Valenfine ...... Orsino's Pages. . . Viola ......... .... Sea-Capfain ..... Sir Toby Belch. . . Maria ................ Fesfe ...........,...... Sir Andrew Aguecheelc .... . Olivia ................ . . Olivia's Affendanfs .... .... Malvolio ........... . . Sebastian ......... . Anfonio. . . Fabian ....... First Officer .... Second Officer. . . Priest ....................... THE WARRlOR'S H First Sergeant ................ Buria ............ Second Sergeant. . . Firsf Sentry ...... Second Sentry .... Third Senfry .... Causfica ..... Heroica ..... Pomposia. . . Hippolyfa .... Sapiens ......... Sapiens Major .... Anfiope .,.,...,.. Captain of Archers. . . Theseus ........... Homer .......... Runner .... Hercules .... Herald .... Achilles ..... . . . Ajax ........... TWELFTH NIGHT Orsino .... ................. S idney Rushakoff .. .. . .. .. . .Charles Baker . . . . . . . . . . . .Christ Katsinas . . . .Vivian Marx, Alice Wilhelm ...........Sue Clark . .Joseph Berkowitz . . . . Robert Webber . . . .Bettie Cohen . . .Howard Davis .........Bailey Smith ...........Kay Hicks Ruth Casper, Dolle Heun .........James lodge . . . . . . . .James Strong . . . Henry Cappolillo . . . . .Charles Hopp . . . .Maurice Kahn ......Laddie Hutar . . . . . .Theodore Benno USBAND . . . . . . . . .Bettie Cohen . . . .Nancy Whitten .. . .Billie Schwalbe . .. .Kay Hicks .. . .Norma Abels . . .Betty Goulet . . . .Joan Gagan ... . . .lna Herbrig ... .Peggy Bachman Jayne Alice Groves ........Jack Clay . . . .Maurice Kahn ... .Florence Lynn . . . .Gertrude Hirsch .. . . . . .Laddie Hutar . . .Sidney Rushakoff . . .Miriam Buzzell . . . . .LeRoy Kuhn .. . .Jack Langan ..........Ben Copito ...............Henry Coppolillo Amazon Senfries ......... Virginia Gher, Gladys Lapham, Blossom Smargon Amazon Guards .... Vivian Marx, Elizabeth Lowry, Barbara Gulley, Mary Lou Worley Amazon Hunfresses ...... Ruth Weinard, Dorothy Kelahan, Greek Warriors. .Charles Boker, Jack Carsel, Maurice Kahn H. M. S. PINAFORE The Rf. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter. . . Capfain Corcoran .......... Ralph Racksfraw. . . Dick Deadeye .... Bill Bobsfay .... Josephine. . . Hebe ......... Liffle Buttercup .... .......... . 222 and chorus ...Jerome Kharasch . . .Harold Kulbarsch .. . . . . .LeRoy Hamp Harry C. Ehrmantraut . . . . . . .Allen Downs ...Evaleen Saquin ...Mary Ann Kirk . .Emma Kay Bowers Marily Amdal Mrs. Brown. . . . Claudia ....... David Naughton. . . Berfha ........ Frifz .......... .lerry Seymoure .... Julia Naughfon ...,. Madame Daruschka .... GUEST Ann Proctor ......... Lee Proctor ..,. Hilda ............. The Rev. Dr. Shaw .... Aunt' Martha Procfor.. Miriam Blake ........ Dan Proctor ..... Douglas PFOCTOI. . . John ......... Evelyn Heafh .... Frank Dow ..... Mrs. Dow .... Miss Rhodes .... Cam Tracy. . . CLAUDIA Verna Kuhn, Jacqueline Kimbark . . . . . . .Lorena Ross, Sue Clark .. . .Jim Wood . . . .Toby lgler . . . Fred Donath ............Dean DuBoff . . . .Jean Hurt, Joan Randolph IN THE HOUS Jayne Alice Groves E Jeannette Reynolds . . . .Ruth Weinard ....Erna Moehl . . . . .John Poull .. . .Marion Stuart . . . .Wilda Palmer .. .Richard Carlson . . Robert McCarthy . . .Keith Jordan .... . .Juin Whipple . . .George Remington Margaret Haygood Blanche Cummings ...Harold Franklin GUILD PRUIJUITIUIIS BARCHESTER TOWERS Mrs. Proudie .... Bishop Proudie .... Mr. Slope .... Dr. Stanhope. . . Madeline Neroni, ,. . . Efhelberf Stanhope. . . Butler .......... Eleanor Bold. . . Mr. Arabin. . . Miss Thorne. . . . Archbishop. . . . . . . .Alice Wolff .. . .Jack Clay . . . .David Rosen . .Charles Francisco .Jayne Alice Groves . . . . .Jack Hasch . . .Herbert Kohler ........Sue Clark ... .Jerry Mendelson ....Sara Thomas .. ..........Bernard Jaffa Guests: Norma Del Diedrich, Colleen Gentle, Rosemary Grundin, Mildred Dudzik, Lloyd Ireland, Arann Keller, Gene Erickson, Samuel Smith 223 IIIHSII HIID BIIUBLE OFFICERS-Mary Lambert, JoAnn Perring, John Senger, Toby Igler, Rita Kowalski 224 Running the dramatic gamut from William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" to Thornton Wilder's impossible "Skin of Our Teeth" interspersed with Anthony Troi- Iope's "Barchester Towers," Mask and Bauble sponsored a highly varied season. Each year Mask and Bauble acts as sponsor to three or four Illini Theatre Guild productions. Students doing outstanding work on the stage, back-stage, and in the business office in these and other productions are elected to membership upon ful- filling certain requirements. Since its organization in 1905 Mask and Bauble has been an influential group on the Illinois campus. The honorary's founder, Thatcher Hawland Guild, is further distinguished as the author of "Illinois Loyalty." It is through the eFlorts and interest maintained by Mask and Bauble, and by Arepo and Pierrots, that the Theatre Guild has developed into the largest undergraduate campus activity, Mask and Bauble's membership is not restricted to men, nor its activity to musical productions. This gives it a broad outlook in encouraging interest in student dramatics. Top Row: Lee Slusser, Beverly Frank, Mary Lambert, Rita Kowalski, Joan Clark, Lorraine Illich, Saroiane Becker Third Row: Helen Brooks, Florence Lynn, JoAnn Perring, Muriel Burke, Jayne Groves, Nancy Girhard Second Row: Mary Stevens, Vivian Marx, Virginia Train, Louise Proehl, Blossom Smargon, Juliette Coderre Bottom Row: Miriam Buzzell, Sue Clark, Toby Igler, John Senger, Natalie Raffel, Rosanna Webster, Ruth L. Lewis Not in Panel: Peggy Bachman, Shirley Dean, Mary Homrighous, Jacqueline Kimbark, Anne Krebs, Gladys Lapham, Eleanor Lukens, Patricia Owens, Doris Sewell, Ruth Weinard, Alice Wilhelm l i I 1 PIERRUTS OFFICERS-Dean DuBoft, John Senger, Sidney Rushakoff Fair Hahvahd has its Hasty Pudding Club, Princeton presents the Triangle show, Penn State applauds for Mask and Wig, and Chicago has the Black Friars-but in Pierrots ofthe Illini Theatre Guild, the University of Illinois has an all-male dramatic organization that has earned for itself an enviable reputation. One of the older campus organizations, begun in 1911, Pierrots was originally created for the purpose of staging student written musicals, presented by an all- male cast. Recently the work of the organization has been modified to present professionally written plays. The last of these shows was Clare Booth's "The Women" staged in the fall of 1942. Since then war-time restrictions on materials, and the instability of all-male personnel has restricted Pierrots dramatic activity to one act plays, and assistance in other Theatre Guild productions. Pierrots' alums have been scattered to the many battle fronts sprawled over the earth. Several members are well known service entertainers, swinging from a one- night stand in India to another in China's interior by plane. Top Row: David Rosen, Eugene Erickson Fourfh Row: Charles McLaughlin, Harold Huligren, Bill Back, Samuel Smith, Robert Minor, James Carruth Third Row: Aaron Keller, Jack Hasch, Joseph Pcwlish, James Wood, George Remington, Charles Francisco Second Row: Mark Robinson, Jerry Mendelson, Herbert Kohler, Miles Byers, Bernard Jaffe, William Blankenberg, Robert Mclntosh Boifom Row: Sidney Rushakott, John Senger, Dean DuBof1 Noi in Panel: Jack Clay, Lloyd Ireland 26 Lorraine Illich, Jo Ann Perring, Margaret Farr, Virginia Train Back in T933 Theatre Guild members decided that they needed a musical honorary as well as a dramatics honor- ary. Arepo was founded to honor those students who have a part in the production of musicals and operettes. Today's organization with Virginia Train as president sponsors one operetta each year. This year it is Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Sorcerer." The four feminine leads are Carol White, Rita Styles, Patricia Smith, and Marguerite Laning. Sydney Rushakofif is John Wellington Wells, the sorcerer. Other ofificers are Lorraine Illich, vice-president, Jo Ann Perring, secretary, and Margaret Farr, Guild Board representative. Activities this year besides the show include a dinner and a party with Pierrots. Top Row: Margaret Robbins, JoAnn Perring, Alice Wilhelm, Virginia Train Ruth L Lewis Saralane Becker Second Row: Phyllis Brown, Mary Glidden, Elizabeth Tylor, Peggy Bachman Natalie Raflel Mary Lambert Bottom Row: Betty Hamm, Nancy Girhard, Mary Stevens, Rita Kowalski, Rosanna Webster Lorraine lllich Patricia Huelbng Beverly Frank Not in Panel: Eleanor Lukens, Juliette Coderre, Margaret Farr, Vivian Marx Virginia Shirley Aline Fairbanks Mary Mayhew Evelyn Saquin 4? X EUITCERT llllll EllTERTllllllllEllT BUHRD C. A. Webber, Frederic B. Stiven Present members of the University Concert and Enter- tainment Board are: Director Frederic B. Stiven, chairman, C. A. Webber, executive secretary, Professor lloyd Morey, treasurer, Professor G. L. Clark, Professor P. V. B. Jones, Professor J. G. Vanderpool, Shirley Bauer, Martha Hiett, Nancy Kollman, and Ann Miles. The board was created in 1930 to manage the Star Course and related activities. It supervises all concerts and public entertainments given by professional artists and organizations in University buildings. The six faculty members are appointed by the president of the University and the four students are elected by the Student Senate in the spring of their sopho- more year to serve for two years. The board manages all funds arising from the sale of tickets and other income. Another duty is to select the Star Course Senior managers, Junior managers, and Sophomore assistants. Professor James Vanderpool, Professor George Clark, Nancy Kollman, Director Frederic B. Stiven, Professor Paul V. B. Jones, Martha Hiett, Mr. Clyde A. Webber, Shirley Bauer . ...1...,. "'r1 7 ,f Margaret Robbins, Ann Benson, Co-Managers Junior managers this season were: Allene Eberle, Lois Friedrich, Jane Jordan, Melba Miller, Carolyn Steele, and Mary Stevens. Under the seniors' super- vision they take care of the accounts, make arrange- ments for publicity, check tickets, and help entertain the artists. At concerts the juniors are in charge of the box office and serve as squad leaders forthe sophomores who sell tickets. Sophomore staff members also do fil- ing, typing, and ushering. Besides attending the con- certs the stat? members have the privilege of closer, more personal contact with the artists backstage. The Concert and Entertainment Board selects the staff per- sonnel. Sophomore managers are chosen for their work in freshmen activities, their scholarship, and their inter- est. By persistence they make themselves eligible for iobs in their iunior and senior years. 228 Ann Benson and Margaret Robbins were the senior managers of a very successful Star Course season this year. During the first week of ticket sales tickets were completely sold out. To satisfy thc demand for more entertainment Star Course brought a series of chamber music programs to the campus. Music lovers may see and hear their favorite artists by submitting their sug- gestions to the Star Course office in the lllini Union building. Members of the stat? also add their sug- gestions and the final choice is made by the University Concert and Entertainment Board. Today's organiza- tion grew 'from a lecture series sponsored by literary societies on the campus in l883. From l89l on the Star Lecture Course was given. ln 1931 Star Course was place under the control of the Concert and Entertain- ment Board which supervises all public entertainment at the University. lois Friedrich Allene Eb l M C , er e, elba Miller, Mary Stevens, Jane Jordan arolyn Steele STHR EUURSE its Top row: Eloise Metzger, Louann King, Ruth Jacques, Mary Jean Verdun Second row: Betsy Ladd, Catherine Palecek, Barbara Moody, Mary Elizabeth McDougle, Anita Turner Boffom row: Jane Cover, Barbara Rowe, Virginia Holloway, Elaine Sebastian, Mary Margaret Hill, Janice Ehleb Absent from panel: Caroline Barrett, Laura Benner, Virginia Holl, Charlotte Karchmer, and Patricia Warren Top row: Mary Ann Wiseheart, Mary Jean Bowman, June Bramlet, Vivian Schatzman Second row: Joan Gagan, Mary Homrighous, Jane Anderson, Mary McPheeters, Carol Andich Baffom row: Eleanor Lang, Patricia Smith, Jane Keilholz, Mary Lou Barber, Barbara Kaplan, Roselle OsoFf Yehudi Menuhin, one of the foremost violinists of to- day, opened the 1944-45 season on November Sth. He displayed all the skill and beauty of quality for which critics of today give him his high ranking. Alexander Kipnis, Metropolitan basso, presented a concert of December 5th. Not only his artistry but his friendly and good natured personality impressed his audience. Greatly admired for overcoming infantile paralysis, Mariorie Lawrence captivated the enthusiasm of her audience with her performance January l7th quite apart from the sympathy they had for her. Helen Howe, monologist, demonstrated in her unusual program February 'l9th a versatility which constitutes the reason why she is considered as a possible successor to Cor- nelia Otis Skinner. The well-known Minneapolis Sym- phony Orchestra under the direction of Dimitri Metro- poulos provided an attentive audience with a satisfying evening of music on February 28th. A month later on March 29th Artur Schnabel fascinated his audience with his seeming ability to make his piano come alive and to make the music live with it. This most successful year was concluded by the different but well-liked violin and harpsichord duets of Alexander Schneiderland Ralph Kirkpatrick. ln the chamber music series the popular Pro Arte String Quartet from the University of Wisconsin made four appearances on November l5th, December l9th, January 3rd, and March l3th. After this the staff relaxed a little and began making plans for next year. 229 Mariorie Lawrence, Soprano STHR IUUR Yehudi Menuhin, Violinfsf Alexander Kipnis, Bossa Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Dimiiri Mitropoulos, Conducior STHR Helen Howe, Monologisi Artur Schnabel, Pianisf OUR we-Q.-6. TUIIAY , , , The famous Illini Football Band of the University of Illinois is a mere skeleton of its former self. Instead of iust civilian students, its personnel now includes Navy V-I2 a men. Mr. Sawhill is still managing to thrill spectators with such formations a but many remember . . . IIIHREHIIIG BHIIIJ nd ASTR s these at Homecoming, , I , The famous Illini Football Band, a marching unit of 168 bands- men, was world famous for the beauty and accuracy of the many formations in its repertoire, not to speak lightly of the fine quality of the stirring music they played . . . Let the day hurry back when we won't have to remember. ll'IllRfHlllG Bllllll Elllllflll Bllllll B-flat Clarinets Harry J. Gille 'Frederick R. Smith M. D. Pais Betty R. Band 'Eugene K. Maun C. A. Lichten Gerald l. Jenkins James E. Etter Earle H. Bell Jane Torrence Burton G. Trick Donna J. Rolison William H. Bond lrwin W. Janney F Louis F. Brehmer Mariorie Lorenz William S. Ditzler Frances H. Wilmeth Patricia R. Williamson Edward V. Boles Alta Clarinets 'Betsye Sax Beth Howell Bass Clarinet: 'Betty Hamm Seymour J. Share Contra-Bass Clarinet 'Clarence E. Sawhill fNames with "' indicate those Alta Saxophanes Roslyn H. Van Slyke Donald H. Smith Edward M. Creek Mariorie A. Galutia Tenor Saxophones Halcyon M. Devore Harold E. Turner Baritone Saxophone 'Byron B. Wyman Flutes and Piccolos 'Margaret A. Robbins 'Lois E. Zarnig 'Mary L. Hayes 'Virginia Hall 'Atha L. Tehon 'Shirley A. Randall William C. Ross Doris Mallet Pauline A. Raines E-flat Flutes 'John R. Littler Margaret P. Noonan Oboes 'George Killian Martha J. Pichan Peggy J. Kesling Jane McClure English Horn who wear the varsity band emblem.J 'M. Ann Lewis Bassoons 'Ray I. Shawl Betty L. Wheeler William F. Stewart French Horns 'Laurel K. Hruda 'J. M. Elliott Harp Beniamin J. Leviton 'Edna A. Michael String Basses 'Grace H. Sexton 'Elizabeth M. Tylor Marimbas 'Betty J. Wilson 'Louise Haas Drums Paul L. Jennings Harold R. Luttenbacher George E, Trunkenmiller Comets 'Haskell O. Sexton 'Robert C. Johnson William W. Welsch Doris E. Schaad Jean E. Frost Clarke Stein Basses Lenare Powell Patricia Barton H. S. Hickman Trombanes V. Eugene Stephens Gerald W. Barnes 'Ross R. Herr Ober A. Smith Clarence A. Phillips William N. Findley Baritanes and Euphoniums 'Richard W. Landes Richard J. Piersol Fannie White Arthur T. Tiedeman Lawrence E. Freeman Albert R. Noland Alvin J. Scales Jay A. Cox Evangeline C. Petters Charles E. Bradley Trumpets Tt'mP0nl 'Ernest Englund, Sr. 'Aline M. Fairbanks John H. Lancaster Propertyman David L. Kantra E Thorvald E. Mouritsen A. Austin Harding Direcfor Clarence E. Sawhill Assisfanf Director . 1 ...saw , K K ygfx M wif,-fag 5843.1 . we ef we Q Kew X X 2 i s :. k 3 Waller ,- ,1-1 .,...f,:- , , - ' :st :N - , gym i .. nf. .fl--' ' e-rf e E1-E . V 'Z ie A : 2- :ax q2g.-w-f-f::i,--.- 'q:9?ri'4:.1' M s.-nm., Firsf Violins Hugh W. Ewerl Concerfmasfer Lois E. Zornig Gladys Samuelson Richard Snyder Oskar A. Kubilz Rosaline Grebelz Lois E. Sfern Barbara J. Davis N. Virginia Shirley Oscar Kaufmann - Roma Messman Wolfgang Kuhn Second Violins Margarelfe S, Sundwick Bessie Mirosovsky Marie Magdsick Richard A. Gasnell Arlene C. Bally Mildred M. Williams Charlys J. Moser Gilbert J. Rolh Gladys E. Lesler Violas Armida Kaivislo Jay Allen Norma J. Herlenslein Helen E, Wacker Mary C. Hecteman Sylvia Morgan Violoncellos Mary E. Mayhew Marie A. Marek Dorolhy H. Stockdale Doris E. Schaad Belly Bueckler Belly L. Hamm Joanne M. Smilh Louis A. Paller L. Rooso, Conducfor Confra-basses Elizabeth M. Tylor Grace H. Sexton Edward Wascher Maxine R. Coliman Flufes Mary L. Hayes William C. Ross Oboes W. George Killian Mary L. Haas Marlha J. Pichon Clarinefs Roberl H. Driggs Harry J. Gille Burton G. Trick Bassoons Eugene M. Shalil Belly L. Wheeler UlllVERSlill UREHESTRH French Horns Laurel Hruda Beniamin 1. Leviton Lenora Powell Trumpefs Robert C. Johnson Jean E. Frosl Trombone: Richard Landes V. Eugene Stephens Clarence Phillips Percussion Harold Lullenbacher Paul L. Jennings Tympani Aline M. Fairbanks Piano Grace E. Wilson Librarian Mary C. Hecleman 213 5 6 UHIVERSITU EHIJRUS Sopranos Mavoureen J. Brauman Maribel M. Campbell Doris Crittenden Elizabeth L. Easter Marie Esram Doris J. Evans Margaret A. Farr Joanne Flynn Lorraine Fultz Florence P. Gebhart M. Barbara Greene Bernice J. Hollmann Nina L. Hulialrer Lorna Kaiser Mary D. Kisner Mariella Mapes Margaret P. Markle Virginia Marlow Mary J. Martin Mrs. Tom Merlo E. Virginia Miles Marilyn J. Mueller Karen D. Nelson Ruth W. Nimtz Dorothy E. Pierce Virginia M. Powers Marilyn R. Riemann Russell H. Miles, .. Elizabeth S. Hamp. .. Grace Wilson Elaine Ramersberger Patricia Smith Patricia L. Stevens Rita M. Stiles Betty J. Towsley Eva Trotier Anita M. Turner Sylvia R. Vidalakis Mrs. Harold Walker Mary B. Whitley Martha M. Wilson Letitia W. Wimberly Lois J. Witter Itos Marion L, Agnew Virginia F. Atwater Isabelle Axelrod June A. Bangert Ruby J. Benson Anne Burster Mrs. Monta Cox Wanda M. Eidelmann Dorothy J. Galbreath Charlene W. Gates Billee J. Gehringer Martha E. Gruba Jo Anne Grundy Marion l. Hazen ...Conductor . . .Organist Evelyn B. Hines Lillian R. Hruda Patricia J. Huelbig Carol L. Johnson Mrs. Robert Johnson Vivian G. Kienlen E. Paulette Kinscherfl Jeanne L. Kurz Eleanor M. l.aForge Marguerite E. Laning Margaret Larson Betty J. Mathews Leah D. McQueen Marianne T. Minnich Margaret R. Neill Nancy Noble Joyce L. Osborne Patricia M. Patch Ruth C. Pier Camille J, Placzek Flossie M. Punke Rosemary R. Rahn Barbara A. Reeder M. Marguerite Rietveld Evelyn Rogier Jean M. Sullivan Marilyn S. Walker Ruth H. Weimer Russell H. Miles, Conductor Pianist Ruthclaire West Virginia Wisegarver Margaret E. Woods Tenors Jay Allen Lancer Cooper lanson F. Demming Robert Gander Sgt. Arthur Hougood Samuel Humphrey Lt. Harry Marlow Clark Munson Arnold Trotier Elvin Warrick Sgt. Gordon Teichmann Sgt. Jack Elliott Cpl. David Mewaldt Basses Julius Cohen Cpl. Harry Ehrmantraut Robert M. Gillis Harry Herbrandson R. K. Hubbard Joseph W. Meyer Rev, Herbert Miller Heinz G. Neumann Ray I. Shawl Earle Van Heyningen Mary R. Abbot! Befly J. Ander Virginia B. Baker Patricia M. Barton Dorothy J. Belling Ruby J. Benson Joanna M, Brenner Joanne A. Buflerfield Sharon J. Cole Eleanore Dowling Lyda M. Ecke Marie Esrom Margaret A, Farr Rickey Felk Marvhc E. Gruba Mary J. Hadfield Jewell H. Hardwicks Pat A. Hannan Helen R. Harbulfe Marian L. Hazen Doyne Hessong Rita R, Horn Lois M. Horning Pal J. Huelbig Grace Wilson, Rufh M. Mildred Eleanor Direcfor Huller A. Kmefko M. La Forge Marg uerite Laning Gladys Eleanor Slella J. Mariella Betty J. Nun Mc Neva L. E, Lapham Lafever Lehmann Mapes Mathews Lafferfy Miner Ul0lllEll'S GLEE CLUB Alice C. Myers Barbara S, Nielson Flora A. Offner Doroihy E, Pierce Louise Riddle June Saylor Margarehe S. Sundwick Mary B. Whilley Alice M. Wilhelm Lefitia W. Wimberley Lila M. Winferhoff Monica P. Wolf 237 lg: 1 , ,M 2,75 ,,.f,v'w Q ' .- l ,+ " 'A 4 14122 W ,211 2 ' --,. ,-vs Q54 k ! ! I 5, 2 I X ' I H, 4 ' N 1 . ' 5 wi dl. X . ff, H2 X S- EXW -vy- S 222 ' s g if 'Q 0 5 I. V x. 3 I I ,f Egg if 1 egg Ql. :Jr 4 U Ca- THE SEIIVIEE III IIIIIIUIS The Navy V-I2 College Program continued at the University during the I944-1945 year with a January enrollment of 336 men at Urbana and an additional 204 men studying medicine and dentistry on the Chicago campus. These students were training to be medical, dental, and engineering officers for the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Following completion of their college work, the engineers normally proceed to Midshipman's School after which they are eligible for commissions as Ensigns. Medical and dental grad- uates become Lieutenants Ii.g.I and the dentists are called immediately to active duty. Medical students are allowed an intervening nine months' leave of absence in which to serve as internes. At midyear, the Army Specialized Training Program had 675 soldier- students in training at Urbana. Except for 26 men taking advanced work in Sanitary Engineering, these students were all reserves under I8 years of age who were pursuing basic engineering courses while awaiting their call to service. Curricula and course materials were prescribed by the Army, and Army officers handled the administrative and military phases ofthe program. Instruction was given by the regular faculty in University classrooms. In Chi- cago there were 357 ASTP men in medical curricula who will be commissioned First Lieutenants on graduation. Following a nine months' internship, they will be assigned to active service. A 239 Colonel Leonard C. Sparks, Commandant Due to war conditions and the demands of the army, which has drawn an imposing quantity of stu- dents from this campus, University military activities have been critically changed, From pre-war enroll- ment of 4800 students, the R.O.T.C. enrollment has dropped to 500 students. Just basic training is given to civilian students and members of the A.S.T.R. The six branches of service represented on the campus, in- cluding lnfantry, Cavalry, Field Artillery, Coast Artillery, IllSTRUfTl0llHL STHFF Colonel Leonard C. Sparks Colonel Charles A. Chapman Captain Eugene J. St. Marie Maior William J. Kreger lst Lt. Frank A. Bridgewater Captain Addison W. McLintock lst Lt. Andrew W. Kaiser Captain Edward J. Smith lst Lt. William E. Lynch Engineers, and Signal Corps, are no longer in existence, to that all instruction is being presented as "Branch lmmaterial" or "No Branch." 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. This is an enviable record in view of the great number of institutions who dropped military training during peace time years. -0 Top low: Smith, McLintock, Kaiser, Lynch, St.Marie Bottom raw: Chapman, Sparks, Kreger 240 . A-ft? A.S.T.R,'s of Work R. 0. T. E. Alleniion I Retreat Eyes Fronf! Y' M: 4 Q- llllVllL TllHllllllG SEHUULS Lt. Arthur Blake, Commanding Officer Since July 1, 1943 the University of Illinois has been a base for the Naval College Training Program. Such a program was set up due to the need which the war brought about for Naval officers to supplement the relatively few graduates of Annapolis and Naval ROTC schools. Before the war Annapolis supplied most of the officers in the regular Navy, and the various NROTC programs were the main source of officers for the Naval reserve. Since its organization the NCTP has pro- duced more officers than Annapolis has graduated in all its hundred years existence. With the exception of a few pre-dental and pre-medical students all the men of the unit are engineers. Included in the ranks are various previously rated Navy men who qualified by taking tests while on active duty. After successful completion of their prescribed courses, the V-l2s are sent to midshipmen's schools where they receive their commissions and advanced training in various branches of the Navy. Lt. Victor H. Noll Lieutenant Commander Todd The Big Four-Blake, Noll, Brown and Todd """"1 John A. Fox, Sp. KAJ Ifc Samuel Zafkoff, Sp. QA? Ifc James C. W. Clark, Chnef Sp. IAJ lflllllPllllU ll PLATUUN l Top Row: Thaddeus M. Elsesser, Donald Stearns, John Griesmaier, Donald H. Brennocke, Charles T. Craft, James E. Stall- meyer, Walter E. Crum, Myron K. Lakin, Leo J. Burke, Ralph E. Robison Second Row: Deiro M. Desmond, Robert A. Kersey, Phillip H. Luft, Raymond W, Frahm, Paul D. Winchester, John P, Woods, Donald J. O'Brien, James C. Bresee, David Kahn Boffom Row: Carl J. Ricker, John H. Lancaster, Jr., Carroll S. Raney, James S. Wilson, Dale Teel, Richard J. Piersol, Paul L. Carter PLATUUN 2 Top Row: Jean J. Schuenuman, Boyd C. Paulson, Robert H. Gillespie, James W. Bayne, James W. Seyler, Fred H. Lindstrom Max E, Roller, William C. Whitnack, Martin G. Abegg, Henry H. Moore Second Row: Worth D. Phillips, Harry K. Diehl, Raymond M. Stone, Lee E, Stickler, William G. Eddleman, LaVerne F. John son, Joseph P. Weber, Richard L. Smith Boffom Row: Fred R. Grisak, Wilson S. Ramsey, George Pipas, James D. Cheek, Charles H. Wolf PLATUUN 3 Top Row: Gordon S. J. Eaton, Robert J. Galvin, George R. Thompson, Lewis A. Crea, Paul J. Griffiths, David C. Hatlestad, H. Donald Hellemn, Charles S. Baker Second Row: Edwin H. Haas, Paul N. Curry, Robert J. Koerber, Stanley R. Sprague, Kenneth C. Mingee, John M. Fee, Jr., Robert R. Hayes Boffom Row: Frank R. Holecek, William F. McDermott, James J. Corrigan, Henry E. Stevens, Walter A. Barry, Jr., Robert J. LaPlante, Franklin H. Bayha, Kenneth O. Hanks LlllllPl-lllll B PLATUUN l Top row: George W. Reynolds, Roland P. Carraker, Ernest L. Bayne, John T. Biggers, William A. Potrafke, Evan A. McCallum John J. Fyalka, Robert M. Gryb, Hugh W. Woodcock, Bruce P. Rich, Richard J. O'Berto Second row: George B. Bailey, Melvin K. Kuehl, Ronald A. Jack, Robert W. Beard, Buell C. Brinson, Kenneth H. Wanderer Robert P. Cowden, Guy N. Bacci Boffom row: Jared W. Davis, Michael S. Martus, James E. Etter, Fredrick R. Weiss, Rosswell R. Steacy, Judson W, Smith Rudolph S. Bukovsky, Arthur T. Tiedemann PLATUUN 2 Top row: Robert B. Craig, C. F. Tyszko, Peter N. Kulick, John O. Hayden, William O. Frey, Thomas J. Noonan, Karl R. Schneider, John W. Quillinan, Henry C. Kluck. Second row: Richard C. Sines, Vito Brigida, Hall C. Roland, Melvin L. Toepke, Charles F. lFfland, Harry Pedersen, John M. Giffin. Bottom row: Adrian R. Wells, G. P. Blom, David H. Best, Raymond C. Ward, Donald W. Hamer, Griffin T. Nelson, Lee E. Hendrix 4 PLATUUN 3 Top row: Ralph E. Fields, Sterner J. Hall, Charles J. McMillen, Louis S. Walker, John W. Blaker, Michael N. Tetambel Max L. Henderson, Darl A. Ellis, Howard F. Slitka Second row: John Reigle, Albert R. Noland, Benjamin E. Weeks, Walter D. Robinson, Robert L. Watson, Dale W. Sheldon William D. Dopps, Eugene Fields Boffom row: Leonard D. Weinberg, Solomon Kaspin, John G. Keelan, Seth G. Fisher. Marshall A. Jacobs, William R Wiebmer, Paul W. Horne .,Q I-X E0lllPHllll E '3- PLATUUN l Top low: Albert Levitt, Donald J. Skaggs, Edward J. Bires, Herbert H. Green, Merrill D. Moore, Robert W. Melicher, Arthur H. Olsen, Richard E. Johnston Second row: Raymond J. Albert, Shelby K. Willis, Jack T. Callender, William M. Schultz, John J. Kaneski, Robert B. Mc- Kinstry, Louis A. Howard, John E. Johnston Bottom low: David W. Culver, Ray E. Snyder, Norman B. Jones, Russell E. Beebe, John B. Blottman, David G. Tarran, Robert F. Reinhard PlATO0N 2 Top row: Val F. Pautz, Lester H. Beck, Edwin A. Whalin, Norton A. Chapin, Alexander J. Wooldridge, Thaddeus S. Pier- zynski, Jerry R. Roan Second row: Raymond G. DeBiase, William S. Mollenhauer, James E. Lyons, John T. Fisher, Norman L. Cochran, Thomas Poyer, Norm A. Hinrichs Boffom row: Ernest K. Frazier, Charles K. Billings, Melville R. Walker, James L. Winchester, Theodore H. lucht, Dean M. DuboFf, Ralph N. Dieter PLATUUN 3 Top row: William A. Muluay, William E. Mann, James R. McCarthy, Henry Nupson III, Kenneth E. Johnson, Roy W. Wie- dow Jr., Frank L. Peterson Jr., Charles D. Moore, Robert A. Shrote, Willard H. Brown Second row: George L. Henderson, Larz T. Anderson, Robert M. Laurion, Noah S. Rosenbloom, Frederick H. Reimers Jr., James M. Perry, Oliver H. Briggs, Jr., Roger W. Burtness, Paul E. Hamer Bottom row: William V. Stratton, Alvin R. Colles, Duane E. Watts, George D. Storrs Jr., Elmer J. Walston, William R. Chalken, Arnold N. Dunham. Bertram Levey C0lllPHllll D l x PLATUUN I Firsf Row: John C. Henberger, James A. Johnson, John H. Budd, Wayne A. Ring, Robert D. Nelson, William E. Shoulders, Jay A. Cox, Arthur J. Leininger Second Row: Ronald H. Parker, William A. Curtis, Herschel Barnstein, Oscar Smuckler, Gerald L. Jenkins, Donald E. Ander- son, Charles J. Berkel, Clyde E. Work Third Row: James J. Rost, Robert A. Johnson, Donald E. Callahan, Lane H. Mashaw, Ramelle C. Macoy, James W. Ander- son, Earl H. Bell, Francis X. Bushman, Wesley J. Spear Noi in Panel: A. K. Allen, Robert L. Litvin, Theodore G. Soli PLllTllllN 2 Firsf Row: Wayne Arnold, Donald Delaney, Curt Matyas, Robert Kimmons, Joseph Lyden, John Van Coevering, Jake Staab, Ernest Housler Second Row: Alvin Vandevender, Roy Crone, Samuel Jefferies, Forrest Strome, Dalton Hoskins, Harold Strom, Paul Bredow, Eugene Smith Third Row: Richard Kyle, Paul Riepma, James Shacter, Charles Remke, Malcolm Pickett, Paul Scheffel, William Herda, Donald Vogel, Robert Butler A PLATUUN 3 FilSf Row: Robert E. Blue, George G. Clark, Leonard Johnson, Lawrence Breinan, Donald H. Smith, John S. Smith, Bernard Feldman, John W. Haulenbeek Second Row: David W. Sparks, Donald A. Raiser, Robert W. Brown, Alan J. Ameel, Robert Punderson, Harold E. Turner, Edwin E. Bly, Roy I. Johnson, William C. Rahe Third Row: Sewell Wilson, Walter Hammond, Richard R. Wening, Robert Boynton, Forest E. Clark, Jerry Gitre, Elmer Dunn, Wm. S. Lotimore, Marion Bowens, Frank E. Blaes The Navy's "Christmas Jinx" V-I2 V-I2 choir at the "Christmas Jinx" t V 4 xl L ff Soup's On! Come and get itl ,ul-ix ,,.Y 1uc.UL-i-l... One, Two, Three, Go! Up and Over! IIEHSIIIIS UIHH THE HHITH IS ,. ,vb .R K N THE IUURLITS TIIUGHEST FIGHTIIIG IIIHIT Jus! Watching on fhe Carpe' 2 """!l si. S . v IIHVU ITIHSEUT The arrival of Nautical Nancy's new home. 45 A Navy Christening. The best is none too good for Nancy Future Ensignsl --QU' '35 .Ns Thanksgiving Dinner Full speed ahead! IIIURE "Q -mg ,,1.s-.M ' F, Time out from studies Early hours too much for you? It must be Rita Hayworth! The power of concentration A cheer for the Navy The traditional "Block l" 25 thai's where the tall ccrn grows' Ill-WU BUUST ' - .vga . - "TT.'t1'N - 1 . T. "':ZlC. '.'.L I JJ' .. , ,,,, . . ,.1,. '- mv uf' J, . . .Q ft , - . 1 K . .. V V, ., k .in-g 1 fi, N fbifx ge. .. .X.k,1V, Q?' X I , A it . 3v M ., 1-fiwzw ' vm 'ff R. 1,-0 V "x1.iN""""5"f ? V"iXNgp'? f 1.6n 1'-'Tg,FT. 3 1 V. 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DIESEL SEHO0L HT THE U. 0E ILLIHUIS IIHVHL TRHIHIHG SEHUUL SIGIIHL SE HUUL Blinker Classes in Session 256 Prcciical Sig ncling XV' T 'mega .fi-14... . V-I-w i "Morning Quarters" .ni . ww. f3wSQf2 4 . raw. Q .-13" P' X' .. . A ,,,,- Change of Course Honoring Miss King, head dietician SIGHHL HUUL A Sea-going Signal Bridge 257 llll-lllllSE Because of that nemesis-Manpower Shortagegcampus social life has been curtailed, and little resembles the "good ole' days" when the Girlpower Shortage made it necessary that dateskand there were many of 'emsbe made several months in advance. However, as long as there is a coke ioint 'for a hangout, as long as there are sunny days and bicycles for rent, as long as there are activity iobs and class offices for which to strive, and as long as there is a congenial group to gather around a table for beer and song, lllinois will still be the place for fun, love, and prestige. Turning the tables on the formerly much-dated gals are the lucky lllini men Qsome civilians, war veterans, V-'l2's, and ASTR's+who now have their pick of local gorgeous women. lTo testify the presence of pulchritude,-see our Beauty pages.l Although such traditional dances as the Mil Ball, Headliner's Hop, and Pan-Hell Ball have been cut oft the social calendar, the juniors still pick their Prom Queen, and the frosh still make their social debut at the annual Freshman Frolic. Students still work hard at extracurricular activities lgals have fought to the top and now hold men's iobs-possibly their enthusiasm is prodded by lack of datesll They still are proud of wearing Torch scarves every Wednesday, and later Mortar Board caps and gowns. Ma-Wan-Da and Sachem have had to struggle to survive, but are still carrying on. The men overseas are fighting to keep American traditions alive. The privilege of going to college, of entering wholehearted into educational and social activities, is our tradition. We are taking good care of it+for post- war enjoyment. 59 ,MN- A w 315- ' e 3 ,V--. "1A M ,Amr A Marion Jenkins Elaine Hedges George Sturm Associafe Business Manager, The lllio Direcfor of Dances, Illini Union Board Presidenf, lnterfraternily Council Y Margarel Robbins Dorothy Ritter Co-Manager, Star Course lllini Board of Control Secrefary, Y.W.C.A. 12" 195 QZLJP- 4 Ann Benson Claude "Buddy" Young Mayta Ballis Co-Manager, Star Course Varsity Football, Varsity Track Assisfanf Edifor, The lllio fi?- I Flo Jean Wylie Bob Kelley Louise Proehl Direcfor of Public Service, Illini Union Board Varsity Track General Manager, Illini Thegfre Guild Elaine Zwick Julielle Coderre Presidenf, W.A.A. Chairman, lllini Union Board Lauralynn Parkerson Walton Kirk, Jr. Jeonelle Chumbley Direcfor of War Service, Illini Union Board Varsity Baskelball Presidenf, Y.W.C.A. A Y w I fb If 'L'-lu Howard Judson Eleanor Siekman Jean Hurt Varsity Baskelball Plesiclenf, W.G.S4 Edifor, The Daily Illini Marce Gonzalez Alice Meserve Varsily Track Direcfor of Special Affairs Illini Union Board Belly Isaacs Rose Anne Slewarl Adrian Wells Presidenf, Pan-Hellenic Council Edifor, The Illio Presidenf, Y.M.C.A. I Above: Eleanor Lukens, Delta Della Della Af Righf: Georgicno Baker, Alpha Omicron Pi 264 ass :-:re . Q-rr! :QE 922' -. . . . ,. va :rar . .. . ag-,f 7.3 .-5.5 Hg: -.1 ::, -:hrgs :Qs asf: 544 S?I' 523 S-li, "ZS-1 :rig :lzri M '41 2'2" -:.- . 4.1 -:.::- PM :-gg :-as and :Fir Ea 22:5 53:1 g.g 2 :QS fir: ra 5:5 E3 -95' -:.,- -.xv egg Qeewife :r-af J -5 "-. 3 'H L' ,f 5 'Q i 1. 11-a 5: , ' . E . 552: 6 ,,. . .- . 5 Above: Joanna Cavenee, Chi Omega AI Leff: Gretchen Raube, Gcmmc House AS SELECTED BY JOHN ROBERT POWERS 265 Above: Ruth Larsen, Willis House Af Righf: Joyce Davis, Kappa Alpha Theta 66 :f-3 ,S-: v 53,31 9 4' 4 2. PI'- , 'I . t ' Q: W .o.a' ief E . . . Q, Q o' - -Q ..- -I -,i-5 s- 5 - 9 i. 5' : 'S 2 'Q' '52 4 : ' 42 f .-s 11. ' fi F ' -L: N 1 'F' 'H .5 ' :ISE " 'W al? E- if .W Ak, 'BS ug: 5'-EE ig' . aff! ist: I-. ' ,gs 5.5 :wg 21:21 era : - qs-1 :-:-4 '-.- sq- E .-. -:-3. .., 1 au- PZ 53: 5:5 ' ,J s-f-. P24 E:-f 4" ,aw ,-,Q E -. - Q c-te ,-.5 -r-:H . 2 .5-:-L 3.3. F22 ' '-. 2:40 9.2 "-' 5' 1S'2 -1:2 arg' 5:3 . iff., J ,':5: Qi :SS f 'n' 2-Q b'o' f -.- .3.:: ,gq '01 I-24' 2.1. . 3' ,. E -2' , Q . . . .ga .,. ,. 5.-. 0. 1 . 52 .0'l 3 -. ,Q Above: "Sonny" Malhis, Presbyterian Hall Af Leff: Helen Dees, Pi Beta Phi AS SELECTED BY JOHN ROBERT POWERS 267 Senior Ball committee. Standing: Earl Fleming, lyda Mae Ecke, Betty Goulet, Jim Griswold. Seafed: Phyllis Nelson, Dottie Ritter, Frank Hill, Elaine Zwick, Marilyn Sandquist Senior Ball C0-Chairmen Frank Hill and Dcrotfty Ritter nv' y UYV The Senior Ball is still iust a gleam in the eyes of the committee. If Uni- versity petition goes through, the Senior Ball will be held in Huff Gym, Friday night, May 29. Length of the dance depends on interpretation of curfews, university and nation-wide. The orchestra is now being selected by the com- mittee through the Music Corporation of America. When completed, the Senior Ball will be a social event of real note. 11 T Committee-Top Row: Purdy, Slubble field, Kubelius Boffom Row: Williams, Bremer. Web- sler Queen Phyllis Brown Chicago Tribune The Junior Prom was held in HUFF Gym, Friday night, December 8. From 9:30 till l:30, the couples danced to the music of Del Courtney and his orchestra. The prom, featuring a snowball theme, was climaxed at lO:3O by the crowning of the Junior Prom Queen, blonde Phyllis Brown, Chi Omega, and her court, Alice Koehler, Gamma Phi and Nancy Gray, Presby Hall. Junior Prom .. y2gwpr?7'1-um photos by 269 Committee-Top Row: Rohn, Hagopian, Greenblatt, Gilbreath, Kleitield, Baxter Boffom Row: Palecek, Cover, Ehleb The Sophomore Cotillion was held in the Illini Union, Saturday night, March lO. From 9:00 till 12:00, the couples danced to the music of Ben Bradley and his orchestra. The Cotillion, featuring a traditional French dance, was climaxed at lO:O0 by the appearance of 12 masked couples who chose new partners, the dance resuming as the couples ioined in. Sophomore Cotillion Freshman Frolic committee, Top Row: Virginia Hudelson, Leonore Chapman, Doris Shols. Franf Row: Elizabeth Easter, Naomi Benters, Mary Mclaughlin, Pat Lauchner, Joan Huster, Lillian Parker vw- Qi' a -- Q, Freshman F rolic A The Freshman Frolic was held in the Illini Union ballroom, Friday night, March 'l7. From 8:30 till l1:30 couples danced to the music of Kise Clinton and his orchestra. The Frolic, featuring a Saint Patrick's Day theme, had shamrock bids. The dance was informal. :A Chairman Mary McLaughlin 72 Commiffee: Dick Snyder, Dan Sailor, Jim Griswold, John Behnke, Jim Ogden, Shirley Felsenthal, Bill Popeioy, Ralph Dralle, Matt Glenn Victory Belle Donna Jean Schad The Victory Ball, first all-university function sponsored by the Organized lllini Veterans, was held in Huff Gym, Saturday night, November l8. From 9:00 till 12:00 the couples danced to the music of Leonard Keller, his violin and his orchestra. The Ball, climaxing the campus war bond drive, was featured by the crowning of the Victory Belle, Donna Jean Schad, Twin Gables, to whom the greatest amount of war bonds and stamps had been pledged. ictory Ball 1 , 1 . R ' ,fu A ,. - A . x ..., QW -13? ' ' . , Y lv... 1 4. If , N , ,. FQ1, Q. g,?'5 R 4 I X, " f 2 gi if ef-5 sig fi . gif. 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H , 25111251-'E S ,- lx ll ,. g QA J ,. 1 W q . Q 'Qi3f'N 1 ' -. r m ' x X , ,aqui 4 M I :- ' 'Y fl is is 1 LET'S HHVE FUll! Upper Leff: Sigma Delta Tau stunt show cast grins-for they won first place in this annual Homecoming affair. Upper Right: AKL pledges imitate the Andrews sisters for their actives. Pledge stunts are part of fraternity "arientationl?l"!! A 274 bove: Chi O's embrace new pledges in front of their house following the rush season. Rushees are wined and dined by the Greeks-then wait a suspense-filled day to receive bids, during which time actives vote. Upon receipt of bids at the Dean of Women's omce, new fledglings eagerly fly home Below: Lowell Hall gals take their best beaux on a hayride P lIllJRE PEUPLE . . . Upper Left: 17 of the 20 Illio beauty contestants parade for a Union style show. See pp. chosen by model expert Powers as the 8 purtiest in the school. Over 60 contestants were made by a local faculty group. Upper Right: Every one remembers the lucky, though flustered such a fuss over at the Jr. Prom. Whotta gal! Lower Right: Here is our candidate for the tain expert in the Union Tavern. He has more business than a cigaret Chambers, soda foun f 8 gals from this group, 264-67 for pictures o originally in the contest. Elimination to 20 was V-12 Del Courtney's well-equipped vocalist made ' ' Chambana. He's Earl hardest-working man In dealer. L... Above: Our lovely Junior Prom queen contestants pose for the Chicago Tribune photographer, Andy Pavlin. Phyl Brown, Chi O, first row, first at left, was elected to the honor. , iw. 'ww-,,,,,,, na . 'fm Y? SllEHElll OFFICERS Merrill Prichard . . . ........... ...... P resident Jake Staab .... .... V ice-President Robert Jarrell. . . ...... Secretary Ralph Dralle, .. .... Treasurer 78 Top Row: Dralle, Seyler, Staab, Banks Middle Row: Peterson, Kubelius, Kirk, Rundquist, Buian Bottom Row: Prichard, Jarrell, Tribbey, Hoke Nof in Panel: Moore Sachem, iunior honorary for activity men, initiated I4 juniors in March to form a nucleus for a revival of the traditional honorary. A group of sophomores were pledged in May and will be active members for the next two semesters. The Sachem Sing also was revived in May and fraternities and independent houses vied for possession of the Sachem trophy. Members and their activities are George Buian, football, Wayne Banks, Union, Ralph Dralle, YMCA, Gordon Hoke, athletic manager, Tom Kubelius, MIWA, Robert Jarrell, YMCA, Merill Moore, swimming, Wessley Peterson, MIWA and lllini Board of Control, Merrill Prichard, The Daily Illini: Jimmy Seyler, basketball, Jake Staab, basketball, Walton Kirk, Jr., basketball, .lack Rundquist, The Agriculfurisf: and Ralph Tribbey, athletic manager. Faculty advisor for the group is Dr. Harold M. Osborn. Ma-Wan-Da, senior honorary for men, kept its tradition alive by electing, in May, 1944, these five activity leaders: George Delong, wrestling, Don Greenwood, football, Stan Patrick, basketball, Glenn Roberts, The Daily lllini: and Adrian Wells, YMCA. This organization was established in May, l9l2, to honor senior activity men. lts purpose is to recognize students who have proved by personal attributes and participation in activities, "to be worthy as leaders in thought and action." Mem- bers are chosen each May for the following year. Pictured above is Ina Ruth Palman, Ivria iunior, Orange Star Illini Woman of the Year. She acted as chairman of the Illini Union war savings com- mittee this year. Ina Ruth was in charge of all the stamps and bond sales for the Victory Ball, and has directed the activities .of the Minute Maids and house defense chairmen. .A Orange Star Illini Man of the Year, Ken Lund- gren, is a freshman living at the Mansion. Ken earned more war service credits than any other man this year for work on the Victory Ball and for constant effort both in publicity and registra- tion for the Veteran's rehabilitation and refresher course. Ken is pictured at the right. URIIIIGE STHR lllllll The Orange Star Illini campaign for victory was launched to stimulate interest in and to in- crease campus war work. Recognition for work done by members of the campus front army is given by credits awarded for hours of war effort. The campaign was conducted by the war service council, made up of the student chairman of war service of various campus activities, two repre- sentatives from the Daily, plus the faculty advisors of the activities. The student chairmen who volun- teered not to enter competition for the awards are Lauralynn Parkerson, Illini Union: Vivian Marx, Theater Guild C-17: Jean Buckner, YWCA: Robert Jarrell, YMCA: and Jim Griswold, Illini Veterans. Barbara Richardson and Terry Reese are the Daily lllini representatives. Comprising the Orange Star Illini roll of honor are Barbara Atkinson, Miriam Buzzell, Lorena Moudy, Stanford Kaatz, and Blossom Smargan who made the next highest contributions to the war effort during the year. 279 111111 ' X ERRTERNTXES XX SBRBPMXES N WXBEPEHBEM BRGRNLRWSXXS S N SGWLRSW. MMR V HYSMRRRXES RN! PPMESSWNXLS 'K v an , K 5 A f, , lg 5 X, , .L. , . X ? I I . , , I .3 it e I P, 5, I ' 41 Y 'nr I utah! xi 4 . - W 5'-X.. f' ' 'ri 'X '. six , L ' 'Q - 'Nfl L Q 1 ' 5 I ' ,.. , -N ,,,... . ' I ..,L - , ,l .. We -P., 4--, . '4 2 S223 J' W Q mf f W v " ' " Q ' - X. ' . ' ' ' I f , ,L Y X vb Rig 5'-s ffj Y -A X i 'QI' xx - . xi FV A 'ww, ai 'pn 1, . - fm- -ciy , wb w 'A ful . .::fr' -vi':'.' ' 3 1. . Si gn. Q !x.,. ? 9 I I - Q. x 4-39: 1 bi CN Q 1 ' v fun N FlillTElllllTlES The fall of I944 found the University of lllinois fraternities struggling through the third year of the war. Membership had apparently hit bottom in the spring of I944, but still stood at a fraction of peace-time totals. From a high of 2,500, the total members and pledges had dwindled to 538, The chapter houses, 46 of which had been occupied by trainees in the ASTP, were all returned to the fraternities by July l, 1944. Twenty-three of the fifty-six fraternities resumed residence in their chapter houses at that time. Twenty were operated as women's dormitories, while twelve remained un- occupied. A few organizations persisted without the advantages of a chapter house, taking up temporary quarters in student rooming houses or in residential apartments. Some chapters were kept alive by one or two active members, who carried on rushing programs against apparently hopeless odds. Several fraternities may exist on the postwar campus as a result of the heroic en- deavors of one or two men. Of the first two hundred war veterans to return to the University, 55 were members or pledges of fraternities. These were the vanguard of thousands of G. l.'s expected to attend the University following the war under scholar- ships sponsored by the Veterans Administration. Because of their experience, war veterans quickly assumed leadership in the campus fraternities. The lnterfraternity Council, with 32 representatives regularly attending, continued to hold weekly meetings, discussing and planning a postwar pro- gram for the University's fifty-six fraternity chapters. 283 ln 1904, at the University of Michigan, a group of Master Masons gathered to form the Acacia Fraternity. The membership at that time was confined to those who had taken the Masonic obligation. Since then require- ments for membership in Acacia have been altered so that men recommended by Masons may attain member- ship. The lllinois chapter of Acacia was founded in 1906, and in 1914 an Old English country house was built. The organization was built on principles inculcated by the vows taken at the site of its founding. lt was actuated by a search for high scholarship. At present the Illinois chapter rates among the first five social fra- Hfllflll lllinois Chapter 501 Easf Daniel Street' ternities in scholastic achievement. The Illinois chapter also has the greatest number of faculty members of any social fraternity on campus. ln October of 1944 the chapter returned to active status. A hayride and a dance inaugurated the current social activities, among which was a pledge dance held in November. As a climax to the social functions for this semester a formal dinner dance was a huge success. Several of the members have returned from military service to take an active part in the Illinois chapter. Correspondence from members now in service indicates that they will return to Illinois after Victory. Top Row: Pembroke Brown, John Tuthill, Richard Ball, Floyd Herzog, Donald Grieme, Donald Foote, Victor Prince, Earl Fleming Bottom Row: John Dahlberg, Joseph Palmer, Robert Terp, George Main, Edward Rodeke, William Grier, Luther Taylor 284 HLPHFI CHI SIGHIH Zeta Chapter 606 West Ohio Street Alpha Chi Sigma, founded in 1902 at the University of Wisconsin, is a professional chemistry fraternity. As such, it seeks to foster a professional spirit among the students in the undergraduate and graduate divisions of the Chemistry Department of the University of Illinois. The scholastic requirements of Alpha Chi Sigma are rigorous. No freshmen are admitted and only a few exceptional sophomores. Juniors and seniors are ad- mitted if their scholastic average is above 4.0. In the last year the chapter has been composed almost en- tirely of graduate and post-doctorate students who work on government research proiects in the Chemistry De- partment of the University. However, the chapter con- siders the undergraduate element extremely important, since the desire and enthusiasm for research must be fostered early in the chemist's education. Although Alpha Chi Sigma is not a member of the lnterfraternity Council, it endeavors to cooperate in campus activities. The professional activities of the chap- ter include frequent seminars, the sponsoring of many chemistry smokers and scientific lectures, and the main- tenance of an adequate chemistry library. Alpha Chi Sigma gives annually a scholarship award to the stu- dent in chemistry who has the highest grade average for the freshman year. The chapter also maintains an active social program. Top Row: Marlyn Brock, William Bailey, Samuel Boyd, Peter Kovacic, William Parham, Gardner Stacy, Donald Burness, John Young, James Blegen, Paul Smith Third Row: Robert Emmick, David Guthrie, William Wagner, Robert Chambers, George Sands, John Giachetto, Herman Enos, Arthur Mattern, William Jackson, Minor Coon Second Row: Melvin Rebenstort, Everett Maynert, James Quagliano, Theodore Klose, Charles Overberger, Lawrence Edwards, Robert Bauman, Harry Herbrandson, Lester Reed, Edgar Howard Bottom Row: Fred Woodward, George lnskeep, Beniamin Ziegler, Hugh Johnston, John Meek, Robert Powers, Robert Gander, Hans Jonassen 285 Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda was or- ganized on this campus on March 18, 1921, and in 1927 the present chapter house was built. Through the years AKL has had many men who have achieved high honors both as undergraduates and later as alumni. As an organization, AKL has achieved preeminence through its record in scholarship and in Sachem Sings. ln the past two years, it has had a YMCA presi- dent and two Bronze Tablet men in its group. The house president is Don Hallberg, a member of the Navy HLPHH llllPPll llll'llBllll lofa Chapter 401 East Daniel Street V-12 unit on campus, and is one of the cheer leaders for the fighting Illini. Dick Piersol, the vice-president, is also a Navy student and a member of the concert band. This past year AKL has won trophies in intramural basketball and bowling and it is always looking forward to participation in intramural athletics. AKL is well represented in campus activities. Walt Kersulis is outstanding in athletics, Don Wise and other members are active in lllini Theater Guild and on The lllio. Top Row: Joseph King, Frank Long, Clarke Stein, Waller Kersulis, Ralph Hartshorn, William Strecker, Keith Kerr, Lee Sullivan Second Row: Wallace Mulliken, Richard Piersol, Donald Hallberg, Arthur Price, Danton Sailor, Henry Stevens, Paul Curry, Donald Wise Bottom Row: William Welsch, Edward Wielgorecki, Merle Johnson, Thomas Roder, Dean Puzey, Frank Trifiilio, Charles Taylor Nof in Panel: Mark Ackerman, Richard Rapp 286 HLPHH RHO CHI Anfhemios Chapter 1108 South First Street Alpha Rho Chi is a national social and professional fraternity. It was organized in order to encourage a greater interest in the study of architecture and the allied professions, and also to organize and unite in fellowship the architectural students of the country in order to improve their artistic, scientific, and practical efficiency. Beginning as two local societies, Arcus at the Uni- versity of lllinois and Sigma Upsilon at the University of Michigan, it was organized into a national fraternity at a meeting held in Chicago on April 10, 1914. The name, Alpha Rho Chi, was chosen for the newly organ- ized society on April 11, 1914. Dr. Nathan Clifford Ricker, founder of the Arcus so- ciety, received his B.S., his M.S., and his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois. He was head of the Department of Architecture for thirty-eight years and from 1878 to 1905 was Dean ofthe College of Engineering. Other charter members who served as officers were Chandler C. Cohagen, Allen H. Kimball, and Leo M. Bauer. Each year Alpha Rho Chi awards annually the Ricker Key to the student writing the best research paper in Architectural History. A Top Row: Van Froehlich, Otto Lentz, Roger Schanck, Ernest, Heuer, William Smith, Ward Parks, Willis Snow, George Burggraf Second Row: John Biggers, .lohn Wendell, Arthur Miner, Harold Hultgren, Warren Pesci, Montgomery Brown, Gerald Cain Boffom Row: Joseph Lo Paglia, Charles Stade, Cyrus Palmer, Frank Les:her, Thomas O'Donnell, Olaf Fielde, Patrick Perretti, Eugene Halyama 287 The Gamma Zeta chapter of Alpha Tau Omega came to the University of Illinois campus in 1895. After spend- ing thirty-five years in the traditional "fraternity row," the boys decided to build their present house on Penn- sylvania Avenue which was completed in 1930. This house was built in memory of the unforgettable Dean of Men, Thomas Arkle Clark. ATO, like all other fraternities during the present crisis, has been struggling against inactivity. It has been very fortunate to maintain an active status since the outbreak of the war. The Worthy Master, Jack Kreici, has already been in service and has returned to finish his education. ATO is HLPHH THU lllllflill Gamma Zefa Chapter 210 Easf John Sfleef expecting more brothers to come back, and it as a chapter is working together in order that they may have a place to return to. The Worthy Chaplain, "Junior" Kirk, is still with ATO and with the help of the other officers, Addison Foss, Stewart Daniels, and Johnny Carlson, the chapter is well on its way to a successful year. Thus is concluded this brief summary of the chap- ter's activities with the hope that in the very near fu- ture all the brothers will return to carry on one of the finest phases of college life-that of enioying the bond of union found only in a fraternity. Top Row: Jack Kreici, Bob Gilbertson, George Clark, Walt Kirk, Kenneth Moll, Addison Foss Second Row: Adrian Wells, Fred Lindstrom, Stewart Daniels, Jerry Davis, John Carlson, Karl Schneider, Grittin Nelson Boffom Row: Dann Wood, Bud Adams, John Butts, Kenneth Wilson, Robert Kersey, Edward Zlnk Nof in Panel: LaVerne Johnson, William Berchlold, Nelson Hoffman 288 BETH THETH Pl Sigma Rho Chapfer 202 East Daniel Sfreef Beta Theta Pi established its Sigma Rho Chapter at the University of Illinois on February 28, 1902. Now in its forty-third year, it is Illinois' ninth oldest fraternity. Leadership in scholarship and activities has always been a Beta tradition. This tradition is clearly indicated when a survey of Beta's activity participation over a long period of years is made. ln past years there have been sixty-two Beta's picked for Sachem, the iunior activity honorary. There have also been fifty-one Beta's picked for Ma-Wan-Da, the highest ranking senior honorary. Among the athletes this year were Roy Wiedow, and Jan Roosa, who were on the basketball squad. Roy was also an outstanding pitcher on the Illini Baseball Team. In Theatre Guild the Betas were represented by Jim Carruth who was in the cast of the Theatre Guild production, "Romeo and Juliet." The officers for the first semester T944 were: Kenneth Wan- derer, president, Richard Carlstrom, vice-president, James C. Bresee, recording secretary, and Walter Lynch, corresponding secreta ry. Top Row: Robert McBride, Dean Collins, Robert Gerstenberger, Roy Wiedow, William Morris, Jack Cox, George Platt, Robert Lambert, John Em rick Second Row: James Carruth, Robert Clark, Norman Estwing, Richard Bade, Jon Roosa, Robert Stumm, Walter Lynch, Richard Carlstrom Boffom Row: lloyd Koritz, Robert Johnson, Kenneth Wanderer, James Bresee, Robert lane, Robert Caswell, James Leonard Not in Panel: Edgar Howard, Robert Kraft, Paul Smith G 289 "EX R . s'-14 I I Fldeh sf gb The first chapter of the Corda Fratres Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1907. The Illinois chapter was founded in l908, and is the only chapter which has a house of its own. The purposes of the organization are: to cultivate social and intellectual intercourse among persons of different nationalities at the University of Illinois, to promote scholarship and character among its members, to foster the spirit of universal brotherhood, and to propagate the ideal of a higher standard of iustice be- tween nations, The club motto is: "Above all nations is humanity." CUSIHIIPIILITIIII CLUB Illinois Chapter 605 East Daniel Sfleef The present membership includes students from the United States, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Dominican Re- public, Guatemala, Hawaii, Iceland, Mexico, Peru, Trini- dad, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. The club engages in a full social and sports program. During the last year it was co-sponsor with the Union Building of the International Ball for the benefit of the Red Cross. OFticers of the club during I944 were: president, Beto Albelda, vice-president, Kasim Atlas, recording secre- tary, Israel Godoy, sergeant-at-arms, Edward Miyomasu, librarian, Robert Minor, corresponding secretary, Paul Heeschen, alumni secretary, Melvin Jackson. I Top Row: Israel Godoy, Wilfred Fuchino, Bedros Kayayan, Orhan Baycu, Mehmet Tokay, Clarence Miller, Husnu Yuce, Harry Kiwada, Stan- ley Isaacs, Ansel Gopaul, Feyzi Kale Second Row: Glenn Arai, Melvin Jackson, Takeo Shirasawa, Joseph Shwartz, Nick Yakovlievitch, Haraldur Asgeirsson, Lucien White, Paul Heeschen, Robert Minor, Veda! Urul, Ali Aksel, Fikret Tanel, Macil Aral Bottom Row: Munci Ozelsel, Sakip Altay, Ceudet Erzen, Florian Znaneicki, Kasim Atlas, Beto Albeldo, John Reedy, Edward Miyamasu, Fuat Tigrak, Jean Paul Picard, Mehmet Uyanik Not in Panel: Joe Barrow, Mehmet Baskal, Marcelo Escomel, Cuneyt Eris, Ercument Karacan, Isaac Kuhn, Aristides Rodriguez, David Tom, Otto Turnowsky, Marcelo Zambrano 290 DELTH THU DELTH Beta Upsilon Chapter 302 East' John Street Delta Tau Delta stands among the highest, the country over, as an upright and sincere fraternity. No one can iustly challenge its purpose: it stands above reproach. lts creed is typical of its thoughts and am- bitions. The fraternity is a constructive adiunct to the system of higher education. lts obiective is to educate, contributing to the young men within its sphere of in- fluence, a moral, spiritual, and social development com- mensurate with the intellectual training supplied by the colleges and universities. Delta Tau Delta in 1872 was the first national fra- ternity to establish a chapter on the University of Illinois campus. Since then over 750 members have been initi- . - . wry , jf-MH' - ., A ..- . ny., 2- ',.. .I gy ',, -.-,Q-. 4, ,' . 5, , " .s .s 'A' Ke -1 Aft... yy , ' 5- , -F. if " gg, f a' , ffglc- gn:-193. Q' , 1 I Zn- -5. ,,, Lu i- N ' " -if - 42 - sn , . -"-1L'?"+'v- Lt.. 1'-gf---"':Nf A fit- A we J' -- f- . . 4-1. - 1 - z . . J , -. , 3 .V . ...s..V,:---ws., -a-:L 3 ' " PM ' lit' .. ' gift- ,I ,- jgffrfisk -1 1 -: ' 'mvtff ww T r 1'f-'il ,,,.gf1,1.' - ' .111 1'-1,-'-2 1., . A7-s , l .sc . l,J!s-Ls, evzg , 'F -A 5 'A f- s?z1:.,ag.'1:..f...lf , , -, est, 2:5 5 . f- '. ':'. A, '. , .A v- ' Lf, '-'- ,Q 3-' 1 J, ,. 1 -.I - -5 T 5 M Q" ', ,-3321 -irigj,-1 3525512 ' .1 Gee. 1 fit" T"i"'T"" 'Tw'-'f, ' .ffifkli fl . "1 1 .:f'-1255,,gs2. if " :.:si'f M----A 1 T , ' We ' - 5'-4-Q - ' A-:ie-fs: 'gives-"' 1-11.2-il . ' '- . ' ' ff-4 '-Q? -. .' 1-114 -' -'L' ,i ' 'f':'5' 7 3 '1 x :Qs-: Q "f - f 'f'2sm.3.-.'-.5153 Wax-vttiv ' ' 4 qw' v-A v ,-1, V . .sk ,gf-N 1-.ju M .,. ' " :pq gg -'V -ss, :-V,-.T.l51'vL ,.-QV, ,. E"'f"':':?.5 'A1sZ-,' g5f?lii's9le':2s1'f'5i L ' l -232 f-1..gL.., -'Lf',., ' -3 e':f'1:,yw -I H ,-'rf -t:g.,,-::r,'-- ' A '3 V T Y - - ' , 1 ' .5 " . A 1' .c'fsf7ff::.fs9e,1-,, rg -- fu:-Nj , ' I - ' i . " - - - A . tial' '- 'fgl 'fli ,J 'wan ated, claiming among them such men as the former Mike Tobin, the grand old dad of all fighting Illini, George Bernhardt, most valuable Big Ten football player of '41, Andy Phillip, leader of the famous "Whiz Kids," and others too numerous to mention. Although the war has left its impression on the chap- ter, it continues to have an active social life, a vigorous intramural program, and pursue a high scholastic standard. As usual the annual pledge dance, the Christmas for- mal, picnics, serenades, and other fraternity functions have been sponsored in the true Delt spirit. Top Row: Robert Acton, Donald Hosch, John Allexan, James Lowe, Sam Browne Boffom Row: Thomas Daniels, Max Freiburg, Willard Brown, Donald Sangdahl, Jack Roos Nof in Panel: William Morris, Robert Bahannon, Lewis Odun, Browning Jacobs, Robert Laraway 291 Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity is an international or- ganization composed of 109 active chapters in the United States and one in Canada. Chi Chapter at the University of Illinois was founded in 1915. Chi's presi- dent is George Sturm, who is also president of the lnterfraternity Council, and has served two terms on the lllini Union Board and one term on the Student Senate. After being honorably discharged from the Naval Air Corps, George helped organize the present powerful and growing organization of the lllini War Veterans of World War Il. llllllBl1H CHI HLPHH Chi Zeta Chapter 209 East Armory Avenue Chi's vice-president is Paul Flum, who is the treasurer of the lnterfraternity Council and a member ofthe Stu- dent Senate. He is a member of Star and Scroll, sopho- more honorary. During his three years at Lambda Chi, Paul has held almost every office in the house, includ- ing the top position of president. Dick Kosobud is presi- dent of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary. Robert Purdy holds the position of president of Omega Beta Pi, pre- medical honorary. In addition, he received the annual Omega Beta Pi scholarship award. Bob was also secre- tary of the sophomore class in '43, Top Row: Glenn Head, Ross Herr, Thomas Thompson, Fred Stemler, George Sturm, Richard Knight, Gene McManus, Richard Kosobud, Emil Hubka, James Watts Second Row: Lawrence Nortrup, Richard Pearcy, John Loveioy, Paul Flum, Walter Fues, Henry la Monica, Robert Purdy, Joe Anderson, Rich- ard Johansen, Harlow Staley, lynn Coy Bottom Row: John Jones, John Filler, Barry Splinter, Robert Ellis, Brad Bollinger, Joseph Hayes, Cliff Cowherd, Robert Quillici, William Todd, Robert Weiler Not in Panel: Robert Pollock 292 PHI DELTH THETH Eta Chapter 309 East Chalmers Street Phi Delta Theta has returned to its chapter house at 309 East Chalmers after a year of temporary residence. During the preceding semester, in spite of wartime ad- versities, it maintained a high fraternity scholastic average. Its members have also been prominent in campus activities. Don Greenwood, chapter president and quarterback on the football team, charter member and president of the Illini Veterans Organization, was a member of the All-Star football squad and graduated with college honors. Jim Wood with his portrayal of David in the play, "Claudia," won acclaim, Jim also held the position of secretary of Chi Epsilon, engineer- ing honorary. John Senger, president of the dramatic is organizations, "Mask and BaubIe," and "Pierrots," is a member of the Theater Guild Board. Russ Beebe heads the cheer leaders. Clyde Perkins, Bud Ward, Pete Blom, Ray Irwin, and Don Greenwood are football letter win- ners. Hal Dragstrom, former intramural high point man, returned to school after service in the European theater of operations. Jim Ogden was chairman of the Victory Ball. Bill Dady was secretary of the Inter-Fraternity Council. Jack Prowell was a News-Gazette sports writer. Tom Poyer, V-I2 senior football manager, served as chapter president last semester, and Bob Mc- Carthy was treasurer of the Illini Veterans. Top Row: Richard Mooney, Jack Prowell, Richard Burrell, Newton Krabbe, Robert Ward, Peter Blom, William Dady, John Johnson, Clyde Perkins Second Row: William Klingelhoffer, Thomas Poyer, Lamar Kelsey, John Senger, Don Greenwood, Harold Dragstrom, James Wood, Robert McCarthy Boffom Row: Ray Irwin, John Fyalka, Wallace Coates, James Ogden, Robert Driver, Thomas Sommer, John Lynch Nof in Panel: George Stores, Russell Beebe 293 Psi chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity is back at its old stamping grounds. 907 was "initiated" by the members and pledges ofthe summer session with a tre- mendous pledge dance, "907th Heaven." Since that eventful evening of August 5, l944, Phi Epsilon Pi has been continuously buzzing with activity. ln the past year Psi was recognized as having at- tained the highest scholastic average of any social fra- ternity during the summer with a house average of 3.9. Not only in social and scholastic aspects has Phi Epsilon Pi been on top, but also in campus activities as well. With an ever-conscientious attitude, Phi Epsilon Pi boasts PHI EPSllllll Pl Psi Chapter 907 South Third Street representatives in almost all of the maior activities on' campus. At present it maintains one ofthe largest fraternities on campus. Under the fine leadership of Frank Siegel, Superior, the Phi Eps expect to keep 907 buzzing so that its many fraters serving in the armed forces of our country may come back soon to the U. of l. and experi- ence the feeling that for the time being are but mem- ories to them. The hope is that in the near future the ever-present fraternity spirit may start all ofthe alums marching-this time marching towards the pathroads of knowledge and clear thinking. Top Row: Haskell Leberstein, Phillip Fleishman, Burton Rissman, louis Satz, Sidney Schnitz, Robert Gold, Arthur Morrison, Samuel Budwig, Robert Green, Alfred Kelner, Herbert Brandwein, Franklin Feder Second Row: Marvin Spira, Aaron Fink, Bernard Golan, Ralph Gandelman, Stanley Bauman, Franklin Siegal, Sheldon Roben, Sherwin Blum, Milton Rich, lrving Schwartz, Robert Pressman Bottom Row: Stuart Rubin, Joseph Cooper, Harry Gasson, Seymour Greenberg, Franklin Conn, Alvin Klein, Earl Kogen, King, Lester Gordon, Stanley Rubin, Robert Bernstein, Frederick Taich, Jerome Mendelson, Thomas Morgan, Paul Leichinger Not in Panel: Alen Friedman 294 .V i ff . so rf, '77 ' . '? l , 1 3 551-'Q' , ,W i 27 ' 1' "-- .., I' - . . 45, 1 ,I V . , .V .,., gif.: Fi- :X .5 '?":' .'-i 7? ' . .. 1, ". JFS-" 'IN' i rf .H i?5f'f,Lw' 61, " , .,.'.,.:f " J- - ' use-Q ' 1-I 1,-rw '-94 LC -tl ' W - .2-ff-g:lT'wf.f :rf N if ri- 522' -.1 H+. ' T' . ' Rho Chffpfef . w. if .. -if' ' 313 Chalmers Street ..1ff'stF1?H3f'fi'1--:lr " '-Rf. -. -- Rho Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma was established on this campus in l892, the fourth national fraternity at the University of Illinois. During the past two years, the Skulls, along with all other men's Greek organizations, have faced a crisis. All but two active members of the chapter ioined the armed services in the spring of 1943. It was only with the help of Mr. F. Stanley Boggs, a founder of Rho chapter, that a Skull house was opened that year. ln the fall the house was opened and operated on a "full war-time basis." Even in these times it is felt that fraternity life has not changed essentially-either in purpose or effect. The scholastic, social, and athletic life of its members is being helped and guided by the fra- ternity. During the year Skull figured actively in both football and basketball intramural games. The pledge party, "The Diaper Dance," was 0 rousing success. Torch light parades, serenades, and guest dinners filled in the short periods when Skulls weren't studying. This year will be remembered by all the Skulls, as one which, while showing the profound effects on fra- ternities of the world at war, showed also the promise of the future. Top Row: Robert Koehn, Robert Elmore, Harlan Williamson, Victor Stancliie, Burton Trick, Gerald Smith, Donald Kieffer, Raymond Snow Boffom Row: Thomas Brahana, Gerald Nordstrom, Tor Meeland, Jack McCullough, Frank McClain, William Fanning 295 Since 1924, when this chapter started on the U. of I. campus, it has had a varied history and many changes of its name. Originally called the Delta Club, it became Delta Pi, a local fraternity, in 1928, and six years later it nationalized with Phi Beta Delta. In 1941, Pi Lambda Phi merged nationally with Phi Beta Delta, and the combined fraternities took the name of Pi Lambda Phi. During this past year, the social life ofthe chapter, under the direction of Bill Wasserman, has been very successful. A number of dances, the most outstand- ing of which was the Summer Formal given on May PI LHIIIBIJH PHI Alpha Kappa Chapter 52 East Armory Avenue 13, 1944, have been presented in the chapter house. Hand in hand with the social life, campus activities are an important thing in the house. There are many men working on The lllio and the Illini Union, and Bill Stein is now president of the Hillel Foundation Junior Council. Milt Rohde, president of the house, heads a list of house officers who at present are: Phil Rosenblum, vice- president, Robert Kohlenbrener, scribe, Norman Tabach- nick, treasurer, and Arnold Kaplan, marshall. With this competent set of officers at the helm, Pi Lambda Phi is looking forward to a very promising future. Top Row: Philip Koenig, Sheldon Terry, Ralph Swerdlow, Eugene Solar, William Klinsky, Eugene Gold, Albert Sommers, Kenneth Freedman, James Elkins, Arnold Kaplan Second Row: William Stein, Philip Rosenblum, Marvin lsenslein, William Wasserman, Milton Rohde, Robert Kohlenbrener, Arnold Miller, Ber- nard Becker, Irving Cohen, Norman Tabachnick Bottom Row: Ted Daniels, Earl Levin, Robert Glass, Marvin Goldsher, Charles Goldsmith, Eugene Orenstein, Leonard Davis, Norman Ascherman Not in Panel: Martin Shainen 296 Sllilllll HLPHH EPSlLllll Illinois Beta 211 East Daniel Street SAE has come through the war emergency retaining its pre-war standards, and moved back to its fraternity house in June, 1944. Fred H. Turner, dean of students, is from this chapter and is Eminent Supreme Archon, highest office in the national fraternity. His help, to- gether with numerous other alumni, has made it pos- sible for SAE to get through the hard years of the war. Of the four seniors from lllinois-Beta each has dis- tinguished himself in some way. Bob Hughes and Bill Murray, V-12 students, were regular members of the Illinois wrestling team. Bill Schmelzle was former Daily lllini Sports Editor, a member of Sachem, and won second place in a national iournalism essay contest, lm. while Glenn Roberts was former Daily lllini Sports Edi- tor and is president of Ma-Wan-Da, men's senior ac- tivity honorary. Dave Nichols, iunior and past president of the chap- ter, is Big Ten and National Collegiate high hurdle champion, and is a regular member of the lllini track squad and Tribe of lllini. Bub Bartholow, center, John Martin, halfback, and Bill Dichinson, halfback, saw considerable action with the lllini football squad. The officers of lllinois-Beta are Len Anderson, Emi- nent Archon, Charles Dillavou, Eminent Deputy Archon, and Ted Wagenknecht, Eminent treasurer. Top Row: Raymond Zumbrook, Scott Fleming, Kent Dittmann, Glenn Roberts, Louis Thomas, Rufus Walker, Robert Claxton, William Graf, Paul Bradley, Charles Bradley, William Dickinson, Richard Crawford Second Row: James Saunders, John Heyde, Russell Potts, William Pickrell, Roy Horine, Paul Zeller, David Nichols, Robert Goralski, Orvill Kruse, Leslie Faust, Richard Knudsen Tllild Row: Ross Cornwell, Dean Spencer, Raleigh Spinks, David Phillips, Charles Dillavou, Leonard Anderson, Theodore Wagenknecht, Norman Bolognesi, Harold Young, John Mahoney. 297 1 T: si meg 1. - I' ti: lil Rho chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu has come a long way since 1919 when twelve students convened and decided to form a new fraternity on the U. of l. campus. Six years later the fraters moved into their new home, the yellow octagon of 1008 South Fifth, designed after the pearl and ebon badge. Today, with Norman Novack, prior, Harvey Bender, exchequer, and Arnold Dorfman, recorder, as offi- cers, Sigma Alpha Mu still maintains her top rating. Three consecutive University softball championships, the teams being led by Al Zelken, Bob Salk, Norm Brainin, Joe Goldberg, and Hal Paddor, display their athletic abilities. Potential lettermen are Bob Silver, basketball, Sllilllll HLPHH lI1U Rho Chapter 1008 South Fifth Street Bud Kopald and Howard Sachnoff, football, Joe Weiss and Bob Neirman, tennis, and Joe Cohen, swimming. First and second places in the 1943 and 1944 Home- coming Stunt Shows respectively, and with Bill Hamer as master of ceremonies of three University sings and of Club Commons demonstrates the stage talent present. High scholastic standard is evidenced by five mem- bers in Phi Eta Sigma and Omega Beta Pi. Despite these achievements, Rho's forty-two men feel that they are only carrying on until their fraters in the armed services return and once more sing "Fast and Firm" in the chapter room. Top Row: Gilbert Blechman, Charles Swibel, Burton Munk, Sherman Wolf, Robert Lubin, Floyd Lofchie, Floyd Stein, Bernard Kaplan, Gordon Kopald, William Karson, Robert Margulies, CliFlord Rosen Third Row: Alvin Chester, Newton Dolginow, Norman Brainin, Edward Sokol, William Hamer, Allen Zelken, Robert Silver, Marvin Litman, Harold Paddor, Robert Salk, Josef Goldberg, Raymond Holleb Second Row: Robert litvin, Robert Zarbin, Joseph Hoffman, Bruce Clorfene, Harvey Bender, Norman Novack, Arnold Dorfman, Guy Rodrick, Frederick Cassman, Oscar Smuckler Bottom Row: Ted Warshafsky, Joseph Weiss, Robert Nierman, Sydney Pollack, Joseph Cohen, Richard Bernstein, Richard Shifrin, Lester Rosen- berg, Howard Sachnot? 298 Sllilllll EHI Kappa Kappa Chapter 410 East John Street ln February, l944, after a period of comparative in- activity, the handful of Sigs on the campus, mostly service men, began again to make Sigma Chi tops on the campus. Under the leadership of Bert Fitton, they rented an apartment and pledged thirteen men. Al- though the Army had their house and the Sigs had to overcome many other difficulties, they succeeded in maintaining the enthusiasm and fraternity spirit so lack- ing onthe wartime Illini campus. During the summer two more classes were pledged, one Navy and one civilian. Fortunately, the house was - 4 "'- ,Q 7 again available, and after a great deal of work by the Sigs on campus, who gave up most of their free time to open and furnish the house, the civilians were able to move in. When the fall semester started, Sigma Chi was one of the leaders in fraternity activities. They began a very active social program and became prominent in campus life. ln short, in only a few months Sigma Chi changed from an inactive status to that of its powerful prewar position at the University of Illinois. Tap Row: Frank Peterson, Robert Gillespie, Richard Carlson, William Eddleman, James Bayne, Henry Moore, Boyd Paulson, William Latimore, James Seyler, William Chalker, Robert McKinstry, Robert Craig, Dare Moore Second Row: James McCarthy, Gilbert Stonitsch, Roderick Luther, James Staton, John Haygood, George Walters, Richard Jellitife, John Clat- felter, Samuel McCollum, Charles Supple, James Craven, Eric Ekstrom, Roy Dixon, Eugene Wood, Raymond Albert Boffom Row: Jerry Cies, Robert Rutledge, Joseph Cies, Beniamin Tudor, James Nelson, Joseph Stewart, Robert Zimmerman, Cameron Dorsey, John Gamboa, Glen Scheufele, Robert Groll, Robert Haygood 299 Sigma Pi's Phi chapter is the second oldest chapter in the National Sigma Pi organization, having received its charter in l907. Sigma Pi's past is full of memories of great athletes, outstanding scholars, and activity leaders, and of a lot of iust plain "swell guys" who have taken their place in the world of realistic endeavor and achievement. The membership this year includes six civilian actives, two V-12 actives, and eight pledges. Although hard hit by the war, the chapter is still very much alive, and, with the help of faithful alums, is operating as a true tra- ternity should. The chapter's most important social event is the an- SlGlllll Pl Phi Chapter 402 East Armory Avenue nual Orchid Formal, which never fails to attract many alums back to the campus. Other events are the usual pledge dances, hay rides, and seasonal dances. The Sig Pi's are participating in several campus ac- tivities: the lnterfraternity Council, the YMCA, and in intramural sports. The chapter edits a monthly news- paper called the Phi Cry, and the national organization edits a newsmagazine, the Emerald. Both publications are sent to subscribing alumni and members in the armed services. The present house at 402 East Armory, last year as ASTP barracks, is again occupied by the Phi chapter and has been its home since 1920. Top Row: Fred Grisack, Joseph Ramsay, William Hicks Second Row: Raymond Manthey, Clifford Allen, Edward Sthanke, Joseph Bartosch Hoffom Row: William Vail, Richard Keininger, John Mizialko, Arthur Kaindl, Arthur Schaefer, Richard Hookanson 300 THU DELTII PHI Pi Chapter 1105 S. First Sfreef On October 24, l925, Pi chapter of Tau Delta Phi was founded on the University of Illinois campus by nine aggressive and determined men. Their obiectives were to foster the true fraternalistic feeling between men, create good will, and mold youth into manhood. One of the main obiectives of the fraternity is to in- still upon the freshman the importance of scholarship. Within the last year four fraters were initiated into Phi Eta Sigma and seven men became members of Omega Beta Pi, pre-medical honorary fraternity. This year Pi excelled in producing BMOC's. George Weinstein, formerly director of the Department of Public Service of the Illini Union Board, was secretary-treas- . -R LOW' i urer of the Board. Howard Browdy is president of Hillel Foundation, and Jerry Rudman is co-chairman of pub- licity for Club Commons. The Tau Delts did well this year in intramural sports. During the summer its baseball team won the Sectional University Championship. The all-star roster found Ber- nard Gordon, Ed Sherman, and Herb Dubnow on the first team. During the year Pi entered the football, soccer, basketball, golf, and tennis intramurals. During these war years the Tau Delts have strived to make it the kind of a fraternity that the fighting fraters throughout the world will be proud to come back to. Top Row: Marvin Didech, Jack Shechter, Norman Brotman, Lawrence Schatzman, David Stein, Raymond Solomon, Joseph Weinman, Seymour Matanky, Arnold Midlash, Charles Allen, Seymour Sherman, Julian Miller Second Row: Philip Eisikowitz, Jerrol Iseberg, Theodore Berkson, Bernard Bernstein, Lee Kaplan, Paul Fuchs, Phillip Margolis, Howard Samotny, Herbert Dubnow, Bernard Rosenfeld, Phillip Lifschultz, Leonard Marks Boffom Row: Leonard Markel, Nehemiah Shapiro, Bernard Nusinow, George Weinstein, Jerrold Widran, Jerome Rudman, Irving Lichtenstein, Howard Browdy, Ben Shorr 301 Tau Epsilon Phi was founded at Columbia University in 1910, by ten students in the School of Pharmacy who wished to continue their friendships after their college days had passed. So successful were they in their ideals and thoughts that today the fraternity numbers 7500 members. There are now thirty active chapters through- out the United States and Canada. Psi chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi was founded on May 31, 1924, at the University of Illinois. From its found- ing by ten men at the original site of 404 S. Mathews, the fraternity has grown to number 282 strong. lts chapter house, built in 1927, is located at 105 E. THU EPSILUI1 PHI Psi Chapter 105 East Armory Avenue Armory. There are about 125 men in the service of our country, of which a great majority are commissioned officers, but this war has also brought sorrow to the fraternity. Our Chapter Eternal, composed of those brothers of the chapter who have died, has been greatly increased by those gallant men who have given their lives in the cause of freedom. The house today is composed of men from all walks of life who are striving constantly to better themselves and preserve their college friendships through fraternity. Top Row: Gerald Stern, Arnold Litman, Jerry Broslow, Sherman Goldberg, Milton Schwartz, Harold Seiden, David Jadwin, Charles Holleb, James Kohn, Burton Posner Third Row: David Rosen, William Gusinow, Newton Greenblatt, Marvin Lebovitz, Robert Safferstein, Lawrence Borns, Louis Pollen, Marvin Weiss, Jerome Minkin, Bernard Steinberg Second Row: Stuart Gerber, Herbert Leviton, Sol Silverstein, Joseph Ash, Seymour Britan, Marvin Loeb, Gunther Stent, Gilbert Walter, Alvin Gaines, Bernard Jaffee Bottom Row: Edgar Cadden, Ted Homer, Emanuel Gordon, Donald Glassman, Richard lowitz, Melvin Frank, Allan Wilansky, Morton Fogel, Robert Cohn Not in Panel: Herschal Bornstein, Michael Spilky 302 THU KHPPH EPSlLllll Gamma Chapter 102 East Chalmers Sheet With the coming of the war so came a shortage of men in TKE as well as other fraternities on the Illinois campus. With most of the members in service, the house was closed last year and was occupied by the Univer- sity's A.S.T.P. unit. However, when the house was va- cated after the Army had cut the unit's number of men, four loyal fraters, with the help ot the Ralf Woods grad- uate chapter ofthe alumni, started making plans for re- opening the house. Now, although there are only a few men enrolled in the University this year, TKE has a 'full house with the pledging of 32 men, making a total of 44 members. Ei' Y Sitting in the president's chair is Louis Howard, ably assisted by Vfilliam Krueger, vice-president, Washington Char, secretary, Edward Paeltz, treasurer, and Richard Calhoun, sergeant-at-arms. Many social events have been planned for the year. Homecoming and Dacl's Day were big events on the TKE calendar. The pledge dance was a big success with Mendel Riley's orchestra. With the combined efforts of the alumni and grad- uate chapter, TKE has again been put back into opera- tion. Top Row: Urban Burk, William Dixon, Russell Dugan, Ralph Tribbey, George Bower, Guy McCune, John Anderson, David Golden, Walter Tucker, George Heinrick, James Murdock, Robert Spencer Second Row: Eugene Johnson, Richard Seyller, George Fiedler, Peter Varekois, Thomas Gallahue, James Geiger, John Litchfield, Gerald Lof- quist, Henry Callsen, Harold Smith, David Moore, Shubel Burnett Boffom Row: George Dennis, Dan Roderque, Morris Johnson, James Duncan, Kenneth Brassfield, William Krueger, Richard Hebenstreit, Wash- ington Char, Marcus Crown, Henry Wack, Russel Attis Nof in Panel: Chester Tysyko, Edward Paeltz, Ray Bleikamp, Louis Howard, Evertt Ehrhart, William Shoulders, Urban Burnett, William John- son, Eugene Johnson 303 Theta Xi has had a phenomenal development at Illi- nois. Although comparatively young, it has one of the most beautiful homes on campus. Its active chapter has been exceptionally strong financially, scholastically, and in fraternal spirit. Its members have always played a prominent part in campus affairs. The excellent stand- ing of the Illinois chapter today is partly due to its sturdy beginning as the local fraternity, Pi Pi Rho, which was founded in 1915. When the enlisted reserves were called to active duty, Alpha Beta lost most of its boys. Consequently, the house was closed. In August the Army took over, and between that time and June 20, l944, the house was a THETH Xl Alpha Beta Chapter 205 East Armory Avenue military reservation. Upon cancellation of the lease held by the University for use by the army, the alumni decided to open the house again as an active fraternity. At present Alpha Beta has twenty-five members- twelve actives and thirteen pledges. Most of the active members are discharged veterans. The first social activity after reopening the house was a record dance. At Homecoming a reunion and alumni meeting was held. Additional social functions for the remainder of the year included a Christmas and spring formal. Dances held by Alpha Beta have become known on the campus for the elaborateness of the decorations and music by the best bands obtainable. Top Row: John Cassidento, Elwood Smith, Edward Bromlet, Francis Cla ry, Wallace Leshk, Edmund Palleria Second Row: Harry Ralston, Joseph Boris, Robert Simon, Donald O'Brie n, Charles Craft, John Griesmaier, Aaron Preece, Harry Campbell Boffom Row: Ralph Manring, Michael Concheff, John Hull, Douglas Cheek, Donald Kruse, Bruce Schricker, William Graff, Miles Byers Noi in Panel: James Olsen, Elmer Solberg, Joseph Schmidt 304 ZETH BETH THU Rho Chapter 907 South Fourth Street Since its founding in 1898, Zeta Beta Tau has been a recognized leader on every campus at which it is represented. Rho chapter, founded at Illinois in 1912, is now led by Harold Victor, president, Eddie Schwartz, vice-president, Ed Glatt, secretary, and Norman Krevitt, treasurer. The ZBT's were especially active this year in the Illini Union and in student politics. Edwin Krigel was ap- pointed chairman of the Illini Union Dance Committee and the Special Dance Committee in the summer ses- sion. Hank Snyder was also active in the Illini Union, serving as chairman of the Guide and Travel Service , , Committee and the Tournament Committee. As a mem- ber of Key '46 he was put on the ballot for student senator. He also served as an IF team captain in the Community War Chest Drive. Eliot Katz is the smallest member of the Illinois football squad, playing quarter- back. Harry and Gerry Strum served on the fall Registra- tion Dance Committee, and Chuck Wilens and Shelly Harris are members of the Union Dance Committee. Zeta Beta Tau has four Sachem and three Ma-Wan-Da plaques. It won its division championship in basket- ball and bowling. Third Row: Harold Strum, Gerald Strum, Marshall Greenman, Harold Victor, Charles Lebow, Donald Weinberg, Irving Robbins, Kenneth Smar- gon, Robert Hirsh, Eliot Katz Second Row: Charles Wilens, Norman Krevitt, Edward Schwartz, Mrs. Ottenheimer, Edwin Krigel, Edward Glatt, Leonard Bressler, Henry Snyder Bottom Row: Aubrey Smith, Jay Agatstein, Alan Thalheimer, Sheldon Harris, Eugene Goldberg, Justin Simon, Harold Goldin. 305 I I Top Row: Herbert Shaner, Charles Sagle, Glenn Frazier Boffom Row: Frederick Johnson, Andrew Wiley, Ralph Nufer, Robert Bachman Not in Panel: William Helms, Gerry Scott The date 1832 is found on every Alpha Delt pin. This is the year Samuel Eells, then a senior at Hamilton College, founded the fraternity. He backed his organi- zation, which he named Alpha Delta Phi, with so much energy that within the next ten years there were ten active chapters. Alpha Delta Phi was the first fraternity at eleven col- HLPHII DEITH PHI leges and second or third in eight others. The founders looked for men of literary tastes, and the fraternity began to have literary characteristics. The Illinois Chapter was organized in 1903, at first under the name of Pi Theta. The members were given their Alpha Delta Phi chapter in l9ll. Top Row: Robert Walker, Ernest Frazier, Carl Bontemps, Reid Howe, Carl Johnson, Robert Baker, Joseph McAdam Boffom Row: Duane Watts, Thomas Dempsey, Andrew White, Victor Bubas, Vail Pouts, Richard Martin, George Buian PHI IIHPPII PSI Phi Kappa Psi fraternity was born at Jefferson Col- lege in Pennsylvania in l852. Illinois Delta chapter was founded forty years ago by Dab Williams, the original founder of Homecoming. From season to season, activity never ceases with the Phi Psis. Carl Bontemps, chapter president, is president of the Student Senate. Sophomore editors on The Daily 306 Illini sports staFf are Bob Baker and Dick Martin. Ath- letic Phi Psis are George Buian, first string varsity foot- ball player, and Victor Bubas, a member of the varsity basketball squad. Thus-the activities of Phi Kappa Psi for the current school year, a busy one, but certainly an enioyable one for every member. Top Row: Alvin Lyman, Joe Oberfranc, Carl Richer, Bill Lyman, Melvin Bobick, Kenner Harris, Maurice Colwell Boffom Row: Ronald Agostine, Lee Draper, Fred Good, Edward White, Gene Emery, Eugene Thunman, John Pronger SlGlllll llU When Sigma Nu was founded at the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Virginia in l869, its founders chose the white star and rose for its emblems. After seventy-five years of development and expan- sion, there are today ninety-seven chapters. Through its Permanent Endowment Fund, Sigma Nu has invested more than three-and-a-half million dollars in eighty-seven homes for housing college students. The chapter at the University of lllinois was estab- lished in l90l, and officers for the year i944-45 were: Gene Emery, Commander, Fred Good, Lieutenant Com- mander, Lee Draper, Recorder, John Pronger, Treasurer, and Edward White, lnter-Fraternity Council Representa- tive. Top Row: John Doyle, Charles Nelson, George Remington, Robert Franks Boffom Row: Edson Newquist, James McNabb, Walter Barry, Lewis Hicks Zeta Psi was founded by a group of men possessed of unusually high principles, and the constitution and ritual which they formulated emphasized character, and social and Christian ideals. Alpha Epsilon Chapter has followed carefully the national policy of conservative expansion and its un- compromising efforts to uphold the lofty premises of its ZETH PSI founders have drawn many persons destined to become distinguished Illini into its membership. Among these are Brother George F. Barrett, Attorney General of llli- nois, and Brother Harold E. "Red" Grange. The chapter will soon return to its house and it is planned that traditional Zeta Psi contributiveness shall quickly re-assert itself in campus affairs. 307 X '-Ri 41' ff' 19552. The D.G.'s share o letter 308 L SURURITIES THE PANHELLENIC CREED "We, The Fraternity Undergraduate members, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for whole-hearted cooperation with our college's ideals for student life, for the maintenance of fine social standards, and for the serving, to the best of our ability, of our college community. Good college citizenship as a preparation for good citizenship in the larger world of alumnae days is the ideal that shall guide our chapter activities. "We, The Fraternity Alumnae members, stand for an active, sympathetic interest in the life of our undergraduate sisters, for loyal support of the ideals of our Alma Mater, for the encouragement of high scholarship, for the main- tenance of healthful physical conditions in chapter houses and dormitory, and for using our influence to further the best standards for the education of the young women of America. Loyal service to chapter, college, and com- munity is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. "We, The Fraternity Women of America, stand for preparation for service through the character building inspired in the close contact and deep friend- ship of fraternity life. To us, fraternity life is not the enioyment of special privileges but an opportunity to prepare for wide and wise human services." 309 I . Despite the war, social activities at Alpha Chi were highlighted throughout the year. The pledges proved their worth by starting the season with their annual pledge dance-a galaxy of advertisements from dec- orations to costumes. Amid a background of holly and mistletoe, the Christ- mas formal was true to pre-war tradition. To add to the merriment, there was a buffet supper when dates were taken on an inspection tour of the house. All this cli- maxed the holiday season for the Alpha Chis. Hats oft to Pat Callaghan, social chairman! HLPHH CHI lllllEGll Iota Chapter 904 South Lincoln Avenue On campus this year the Alpha Chis were on the scene in all activities. Theater Guild, headed by Louise Proehl, boasted Jayne Alice Groves and Sue Clark in "Barchester Towers" and other productions. Betsy Ross, general Homecoming chairman, led the grand march at the Homecoming dance. She also placed second in the Victory Ball Contest. The can-can chorus added color to the Alpha Chi "Paris Pick-Up," a part of the stunt show. The president of the chapter this year was Betty Nelson. Top Row: Jane Keilholz, Patricia Burgett, Margie Perkins, Joan Clark, Carol Snell, Eleanor Loomis, Constance Whilesell, Priscilla Sandford, Lila Nothdurft, Kathryn Cobb, Mary Bowman, Jayne Groves, Shirley Howard, Teddy Field, Margaret Harland Fourth Row: Dorothy Kelly, Betsy Ross, Margaret Kesling, Peggy Himes, Mitzi Meurisse, Jane Ingles, Helena Znaniecki, Jane Jordan, Carolyn Telling Third Row: Dorothy Emsing, Beverly Jones, Bernice Hollman, Josephine Walker, louise Proehl, Elizabeth Nelson, Martha Hiett, Virginia Choui- nord, Patricia Callaghan, Patt Schmitt, Ann Gerber, Sue Clark Second Row: Carla Heiss, Marilyn Mueller, Nancy Noble, Mariorie Hawthorne, Mary Greene, Elizabeth Adams, Nancy Brown, Nancy Cress, Mary Christie, Jean Davidson, Margaret Wiseman, Constance Asper, Jean Blackman, Margaret Neece, Patricia Attebery, Jeanne Kurz Bottom Row: Emily Bacon, Shirley Nagell, Jane Brown, Patricia Brown, Patricia Lauchner 310 HLPHH IJELTH Pl Sigma Chapter 1202 Nevada Sfreef Alpha Delta Pi holds the distinction of being the 'First secret society for college women in the world. Appro- priately enough, Alpha Delta Pi was founded at the first college to recognize women's rights to attain an aca- demic degree, Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Georgia. The executive slate of Alpha Delta Pi forthe l944-45 year consisted of Carol Johnson, East Moline, president, Mary Ellen Reardon, Delavan, vice-president, Patti Stevens, Westfield, secretary, and Doris Judson, Oak Park, treasurer. Patti Stevens served as vice-president of Shi-Ai dur- l ing the current school year as well as being a cabinet member of the Y.W.C.A. Betty Berg, Maywood, was elected to Alpha Lambda Delta and is secretary in this organization. Betty and Helen Green are the ADPi's Shi-Ai members. Doris Judson is the secretary of Pi Mu Epsilon, mathematics honorary, and a member of Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary. Jeanette Phillips also has the distinction of being a member of Pi Mu Epsilon. Helen Green holds the position of iunior sports editor on The Daily lllini. Adding to the list of honoraries are Carol Johnson and Patti Stevens, both members of Sigma Alpha Iota, national music honorary. Top Row: Carol Johnson, Madeleine Mackey, Evelyn Flodberg, Virginia McElrath, Alice Dwyer, Patti Stevens, Mary Ellen Reardon, Dorothy Belting, Mary Hickey, Mrs. Kelley, Beverly Wilson Third Row: Mary Argenbright, Shirley Redman, Jean Frost, Betty Berg, Barbara Reeder, Doris Judson, Carol Ege, Betty Swett, Martha Winkle- man, Mary Sturman, Dorothy Johnson Second Row: Jean Hockenbery, Betty Moody, Pat Raley, Phyllis Steinkamp, Helen Wacker, Margaret Lawhead, Pat Lough, Betty Buechler, Hortense Harris, Rachael Thomas, Mary Cunningham Boffom Row: Barbara Davis, Vivian Kienlen, Shirley Smidl, Lorraine Johnson, Joan Hertenstein, Luverta Nipe, Joan Blumenschein, Pat Armour, Jeanette Phillips, Helen Green 311 "There'Il always be Champaign." To this theme the AEPhis were once again in the midst of another gay pledge dance. This, along with many other social events, served to make the past year an outstanding one for the girls of Mu. Much credit for the success of these affairs goes to the wonderful housemother, Aunt Lil, and to the officers, Sally Bloom, dean, Gloria Novitsky, sub- dean, Doris Levy, treasurer, and Gladys Gittleman, sec- retary. AEPhis were seen again this year in all of the campus activities-prominent iunior iobs were held by Doris Levy, The llliof Eunice Wolff, Y.W.C.A. cabinet, and Cara Heller, Pan-Hellenic executive council. Shi-Ai mem- IILPHII EPSILIIII PHI Mu Chapter 904 South Third Street bers, Roselle Osoff and Carol Andich, headed the soph- omore list of activities for their work on Star Course, Y.W.C.A., and The lllio. The Illinois chapter has many traditions, among which is the annual Senior Breakfast held each spring to honor graduating sorority members. At that time the girls expecting to become engaged or married within the next year "bite the lemon," which provides much merriment for everyone. It seems hard to believe that it was only twenty-five years ago that a small group of thirteen girls founded Mu chapter, which has since become an active demo- cratic organization on the Illinois campus. Top Row: Estelle Schermer, Sara Mae Sherman, Marilyn Kaftie, Yetra Davis, Joan Neustadt, Betty Fae Chayken, Charlotte Karchmer, Eunice Wolff, Nancy Frankel, Carol Landau, Carol Andich, Frieda Riekes Third Row: Joyce Beil, Betty Jean Kirschner, Phyllis Milder, laura Kirsch, Moriorie Golder, Gloria Gettleman, Roselle Osoff, Barbara Gold- berg, Cara Heller, Jean Klein, Babetle Sapin, Alma Pitzele Second Row: Peggy Hermann, Vivian Cirlin, Joy Heyman, Doris Levy, Sally Bloom, Mrs. Goltstein, Gloria Novitsky, Gladys Gittleman, Anita Hess, Josephine Slottow, Marian Renberg Bottom Row: Arlene Gettleman, Helaine Klein, June DuBroFl, Joan Meyers, Mariorie Bell, Ivonne Kamen, Beverly Rosenfeld, Barbara Robin- son, Nancy Weil, Nancy Marcus, Laurel Stiglitz, Jean leeser 312 HLPHH Gllllllllll DELTH Sigma Chapter 1102 South Lincoln Avenue lt was at Syracuse University in 1904 that Dr. Welles- ley P. Coddington founded Alpha Gamma Delta. Sigma, the Illinois chapter, started in 1918. Alpha Gams are in nearly every campus activity. ln the 1944 Shi-Ai Sing they took first place. The Alpha Gams gave a skit based on the song, "Lili Marlene" for the Homecoming Stunt Show. Active in Theater Guild productions are Gladys Lapham and Wilda Palmer who have been seen in "Arms and the Man," and "Guest in the House," respectively. On the football field, leading the "Cheering Illini" you saw Vivian Marx and Virginia Harlan. Vivian is also a mem- ber of Shorter Board and the chairman of C-17, a special division of Theater Guild. Our Torch members are Virginia Bauer and Vivian Marx. Shi-Ai pledges this year were Mariella Mapes and Judy Graham. 1944 pledges to Sigma Delta Pi, the Spanish honorary, were Helen Below, Vivian Marx, and Lois Roe. Jean HoFfman is a member of Theta Sigma Phi, the iournalism honor- ary. Alice Wilhelm is in the music honorary, Sigma Alpha Iota. Also, Alpha Gams will be found in Y.W.C.A., Terrapin, and Orchesis. Top Row: Margaret Clevenger, Mariella Mapes, Sharon O'Byrne, Meta Miethe, Katherine Hanneman, Arline Shaw, Judith Graham, Margaret Leinbaugh, Marian Barrer, Jane Lace, Kathryn Lipe, Jane Lindsley, Margaret Claxton, Virginia Bauer Third' Row: Marian Hazen, Virginia Sindelar, Vivian Sindelar, Barbara Gassmann, Barbara Feurer, Mary Lynn, Wilda Palmer, Rosemary Weber, Mildred Pearl, Marilyn Thomas, Billie Starr, Faith Kruse, Elaine Kozler Second Raw: Carol Fink, Shirley Armour, Lois Rae, Gladys Lapham, Alice Vwlhelm, Vivian Marx, Mary Martin, Mary Laliberte, Helen Below, Jean Hoffman, Katherine Jones, Hpzelle Skaw, Virginia Harlan First Row: Mary Fox, Phyllis Wilson, Patricia Lynn, Marilyn Unmacht, Marilyn MacMillan, Ann Austin, Betty Kempton, Margaret Hackett, Rose- mary Corbley, Olyne Giese, Joyce Hull 313 "ln the land of AOPi, where dreams come true"- the theme song and the experiences of Alpha Omicron Pi. lt is in this land that pledge days live in the mem- ories of actives. Days of growing friendships and grow- ing ideas are spent at 706 South Mathews. Favorite tunes of the four dances each year are filed in precious albums. The traditional barn dance in the fall converts the house into a barn. Christmas trees and fancy bows trim the house for the Christmas formal, which is in honor of the pledges. ln the springtime, the dance makes the house a living flower garden. ln this land, schoolwork and good times are balanced HLPHH llllllllllllll Pl Iota Chapter 706 South Mathews Street by activities. Peg Bachman is a iunior manager of Theater Guild. Jean Spencer, another iunior, is the Pan-Hellenic scholarship chairman. Annabelle Scott is a member of Theta Sigma Phi, iournalism honorary. Jean Starkey, a member of Torch, is a freshman discussion leader of the Y.W.C.A. Barbara Doering is social de- partment chairman of the Y.W.C.A. Alice Wolff, a freshman, received bouquets and forecasts of a starring future for her performance in "Barchester Towers." AOPi's in Alpha Lambda Delta are Pat Winter, Jean Spencer, Jean Starkey, and Margaret Waldo. Top Row: Loraine White, Cecily Denell, Carol Quimby, Doris Larsen, Anne Wiseheart, Irma Roland, Wilma Johnston, Margaret Waldo, Celest Miller, Barbara Lannan, Barbara Ginzel, Esther Streger, Ruth Streger, Marilyn Gregg, Dolle Heun Third Row: laura Dexter, June Bramlet, Marilee Loveridge, June Lotz, Jean Starkey, Merri Hakewill, Gloria Tschudy, Helen Brooks, Jane Shaefer, Ida Blanchard, Myrle Noack, Peggy Bachman, Jean Spencer, Evelyn MacMurry, Alice Gainer Second Row: Dorothy Blain, Barbara Brown, Nell O'Byrne, Mary Johns, Harriet Dugan, Annabelle Scott, Elizabeth Keetrey, Patricia Winter, Valarie Christiansen, Laverne Barnett, Lois McNamee, Barbara Doering, Georgianna Baker Bottom Row: Anne Armstrong, Jean Ryan, Joan Ryan, Millicent Patterson, Patricia Ryan, Audrey Harlow, Pamela Martin, Elizabeth Stahl, Mariellen Damon, Madelyn Lang, Alice Wolff, Frances Steger, Margaret Kramer 314 HLPHH PHI Beta Alpha Chapter 508 East' Armory Avenue The Alpha Phi's got their start at Syracuse University in 1872. Beta Alpha, the Illinois chapter, was founded in 1922. War activities are heading Alpha Phi's program this year with Jean Buckner acting as chairman of the Y.W.C.A. War Service, and as secretary of the War Chest Community Drive. Alpha Phi faces can be seen in nearly every campus activity. Barbara Richardson, a member of Shorter Board, is one of the originators of the Orange-Star Illini, an assistant editor of The Daily Illini, and handles lllini Union publicity. Martha Swain is a iunior editor and Barbara Gilbreath has a sopho- more position on The Daily lllini. Shirley Jacobs and Mary Ellen Attebery are active on the Y.W.C.A. cabinet. Sophomore managers in Theatre Guild are Jean Rogers and Martha Swain, while Star Course representatives are Mary Ellen Attebery and Virginia lvloll. The honoraries have many Alpha Phi members, among whom are Betty Carlson, treasurer of Zeta Phi Eta and of Delta Sigma Phi. Martha Swain and Barbara Gilbreath are this year's Shi-Ai's, while Betty Dean and Ruth Miller are members of the Society of Illustrators. Wilma Pratt is a member of Chi Psi Theta. Top Row: Patricia Davis, Mary Attebery, Dorothy Yakley, Sally Larabee, Shirley Jacobs, Jane Lauchner, Barbara Gilbreath, Jean Monroe, Virginia Hall, Mary McClure, Jean Buckner, Ruth Miller, Barbara Chamberlain, Betty Woodman Third Row: Alice Peterson, Marjorie Timmons, Dorothy Dolan, Wilma Whetzel, Wilma Pratt, Lois Teller, Martha Swain, Joyce Gothwaite, Ger- trude Anderson, Betty Dean, Ruth Oksendahl, Dorothy Spencer, Eliza beth Loewen, Elizabeth Stevens Second Row: Georgene Ueberrheim, Onilee Curtis, Betsy MacMillan, Betty Carlson, Margaret Lowry, Betty Darrch, Elaine Romersburger, Dolores Johnson, Barbara Richardson, Sally McCaughey, Shirley Heimerdinger, Louise Teller Boffom Row: Jane Schoonmaker, Ruth Fehner, Annette Goersmeyer, Rozanna Ueberrheim, Jean Moberly, Jean Bosley, Barbara Crow, Annice Buckner, Lucille Stice, Doris Parsons, Connie Sultzer, Beverly d'Etchegoyen Not in Panel: Doris Dietz, Jean Rogers, Dorothy Freeman 315 ,.,.. .-,.s... - -ve .- L .N .1 In taking the winding forestry walk from campus, one comes upon the large Old English home of the Alpha Xi DeIta's-sixth oldest chapter on campus. From the outside, the house appears serene, set back as it is by spacious lawns, but this calm atmosphere immediately vanishes as one enters the house. The rooms are alive with ambitious Alpha Xi's busy with studies and activities. The president of the Union Board, Juliette Coderre, is off to one of her many con- ferences, while other committee heads are planning various programs. The president, Betty Isaacs, and vice- president, Helen Glenn, of Pan-Hellenic are in Senior lounge discussing sorority functions. The Daily Illini, The HLPHII XI DELTH Kappa Chapter 715 West Michigan Avenue lllio, Theatre Guild, band and choir groups, Pep Rally chairman, and U.S.O. committees are dividing their time between studies and activities. Last spring Alpha Xis were awakened twice by Mortar Board candles. Previous visits had been made by Torch, Shi-Ai, and Alpha Lambda Delta during that year. This was topped only by a Phi Beta Kappa Key and Scholarship award to one of the Alpha Xi's. Not only is Kappa chapter active, but its alums are well known on campus through the Union and the fac- ulty. By their interest and frequent visits, they guide Alpha Xi Delta. Top Row: Barbara Jones, Elizabeth Deuchler, Patricia Knoth, Anne Krebs, Oradel Nolen, Lou Ann' Grant, Kathleen Wendling, Winifred Jacobs, Anita Hagstrom, Maxine Ourada, Constance Franklin, Ruth Loveless, Patricia Warren, Carmelit,a McKemie Third' Row: Virginia Miles, Paulette Kinscherff, Alice Iverson, Ruby Lees, Shirley McMahon, Catherine Hendel, Phyllis Nitache, Jeanne Ostby, Mary Hagan, Marilyn Melody, Dorothy Nelson, Naomi Peters Second Row: Phyllis Powell, Claire Robinson, Eloise Bowman, Marion Davidson, Helene Drusch, Betty Isaacs, Margaret Harvey, Betty Shaw, Helen Glenn, Juliette Coderre, Dorothy Wilson Boffom Row: Jane Rosenau, Corrine Van Dyke, Virginia Herter, Isabel Hendel, Janet Hawkins, Janice Caudill, Shirley Larsen, Mary Kyndberg, Lois Kergen, Jane Turner, Letitia Wimberly, Betty Cleek Not in Panel: Bobbie Davidson 316 CHI 0lllEGH Omicron Chapter 907 Souflt Wright Street' Chi Omega sorority was organized at the University of Arkansas in 1895. lt now has 98 chapters in 42 different states. Each year Chi Omega presents a Na- tional Achievement Award to the woman who has done outstanding work in her field. This award has been pre- sented at the White House in Washington to such women as Katherine Cornell, Carrie Chapman Catt, and Mme. Chiang Kai-Chek. In keeping with this national policy, Omicron chapter annually gives an award to the most outstanding girl in the field of sociology. Leaders in scholarship, Chi Omega girls, nevertheless, find time for campus activities, too. Witness for evi- JZ dence, the six girls holding major senior positions: Jeanette Chumbley, president of Y.W.C.A., Alice Me- serve on the lllini Union Board, Mariorie Earl, vice- president of W.A.A., Virginia Train in Theatre Guild, Peg Melin on The Daily Illini: and Ann Benson in Star Course. Included in the list of social events were the annual Christmas Party and a formal dance in honor of the pledges. The Kentucky Breakfast, which is a true Chi Omega tradition, was a highlight in May. Chi Omega this spring celebrated its fiftieth birthday, and is eagerly anticipating the fifty years to come. Top Row: Jean Judd, Joanna Cavenee, Barbara Gulley, Mary Homrighous, Mary Bennett, Dorothy Purcell, Norma Goethe, Joan Gagan, Joan Dumelow, Louise Riddle, Jane Anderson, Phyllis Chumbley, Alice Joslyn, Marilyn Sedgwick, Carla Cummins Third Row: Barbara Thommasson, Dorothy Krell, Ruth Weinard, Mary Allen, Frances Nickolls, JoAnn Perring, Mary little, Jacqueline Olson, Phyllis Brown, Molly Coe, Mary Stevens, Mary Geissendoerfer, Ella Mae Wemhoener, Sally Witty, Mariorie Earle, Mary Judd Second Row: Betty Nolen, Virginia Train, Marguerite Melin, Mary Lewis, Louise Cole, Alice Meserve, Ann Benson, Beatrice Jones, Meri Stout, Martha Mordue, Elizabeth Goulet, Elizabeth Seales, Betty Lou Preston, Jeannette Chumbley Bofiom Row: Jean Gates, Mary Jo Wedge, Betsy Hall, Janice Abels, Jean Poorman, Eloise McNamee, Betty Altpeter, Alyce Knudson, Harriet Krell, Martha JelliHe, Elizabeth Wichert, Marilyn Anderson, Jean Nuramore 317 Big event of the year at Delta Delta Delta was their "Smooth" Christmas formal with Johnny MacBryce's orchestra. The house was filled with cotton snowballs and everyone was dreaming of a white Christmas. Other social events were a gay informal pledge dance, a tea for Chanute officers, a fireside for the Champaign-Ur- bana alumnae, a faculty dinner, and an open house for the ASTR's. Besides all this entertaining with the help of the housemother, Mrs. Florence Thomas, Tri-Delts found time for activities. Flo Jean Wylie, house president, and one of two Mortar Boards, was Director of Public Service at the Illini Union Board. Dorothy McGorrisk was Pan- Hellenic rushing chairman. Lynn Sandquist, Shorter IJELTH IJELTH DELTH Delta Pi 508 East Chalmers Street Board, served as vice-president of the Y.W.C.A., and Sara Thomas em-ceed her program, Sorority Charm, on WDWS. Lois Black, Torch, and Del Schwartz, both held iunior labs on The Daily lllini as did Ann Lewis, Torch, and Dottie Strong on The lllio. Shirley Dean, Torch, and Eleanor Lukens, both members of Mask and Bauble, worked hard as iunior managers at Theatre Guild. Betsy Ladd and Shirley Anderson were initiated into Shi-Ai, too. All the girls at 508 East Chalmers are proud of their high scholastic average. The twenty-two pledges should have credit, too, for contributing to a very successful year under the direc- tion of their pledge president, Naomi Benters. Top Row: Helen Devine, Constance Kahtz, Alice Walker, Betsy Ladd, Delores Schwartz, Jean Reedy, Carol Liddy, Shirley Anderson, Doris Davis, Imogene Phipps, Phyllis Mockert, Sally Hagerty, Carmeta McLeod Third Row: Betty Burgess, Juliette Powell, Shirley Dean, Eleanor Lukens, Doris Burke, Christie Baechtold, Lois Black, Gloria Dana, Rosemary White, Ruth Seen, Martha Armstrong, Irene Birkeland Second Row: Dorothy Strong, Eleanor Bailey, Virginia Halligan, Sara Thomas, Dorothy McGorrisk, Marilyn Sandquist, Florence Wylie, Amy Chailland, Virginia Johnson, Mariory Lersch, Martha Cottingham Bottom Row: Elinor Stratton, Greta Standish, Wanda Woody, Jane Reed, Naomi Benters, Margaret Smith, Marilyn Monroe, Ann Gregg, Har- riet Carrier, Mildred Phillips, Evelyn Johnson Nat in Panel: Ann Lewis 318 DELTH lillllllllll lofa Chapter 1207 West Nevada Street' Three young ladies at Lewis Institute in Oxford, Miss- issippi organized the first Delta Gamma chapter in 1873. Iota chapter was founded at Illinois in 1906. DG life is colored by traditional social events each year. The pledges' "Walk Out" necessitates a mock hazing party when the prodigals finally return home. The advent of Santa is heralded by a Christmas formal. Moms are feted at a banquet each Mother's Day week- end, while seniors are bid a fond farewell at a break- fast given in their honor late in the month of May. DG anchors are on many prominent activity women: Rose Anne Stewart, editor of The llliof Marian Jenkins, assistant business manager of The llliof Lois Friedrich, iunior manager of Star Course, Marilyn Chapman, Illini Board of Control, Jean Baysinger Herron, iunior busi- ness manager of The Daily Illini: and Miriam Buzzell, iunior manager of Theatre Guild. Dorothy Barney is chapter president. Expert alumnae and active guidance last year were responsible for the fact that Delta Gamma took fourth place on the local Pan-Hellenic scholarship roster last spring. Each year pledges are challenged to make higher grades than expert actives, the results of the race are announced at the annual scholarship banquet held in February. Losers must entertain the scholarly winners at a "fireside," popular DG songfest, com- plete with culinary delicacies. Top Row: Jane Willey, Virginia Holloway, Patricia May, Betty Koenig, Louise Framberg, Doris Gilbertson Faurfh Raw: Betsy Ryan, Betty Turley, Charlotte Steffan, Barbara Hubbard, Marilyn Chapman, Avis Shuck, Lois Friedrich, Patricia Wiess, Mar- garet Pope Third Row: Mary Ann Glidden, Dorothy Batten, Geraldine Gardiner, Jean Herron, Barbara Birch, Peg Sherwood, Miriam Buzzell, Ann Veirs, Sally Millis, Joan Nolan, Jean Wilcox, Patricia Leonard Second Row: Rose Anne Stewart, Betty Rose, Sylvia Conde, Joanne Hills, Marion Jenkins, Dorothy Barney, Marilyn Wood, Audrey Czech, Ruth Owen, Marilyn Wharton, Barbara Rowe Boffom Row: Joy Chapman, Betsy Youngren, Patricia Taber, Joanne Burt, Natalie Eckland, Jeanne Scharfenberg, Donna Conybear, Jo Ann Baysinger, Ann Whitcomb, Mariorie Thorwick, Marilyn Roach, Beverly Chase 319 l 1 55' l945 marks Delta Zeta's twenty-fourth year on the Illinois campus, and its forty-second year as a sorority. A highlight ofthe Delta Zeta's is its success in winning the Pan-Hellenic scholarship achievement cup twice in succession. lt also held second place in Pan-Hellenic scholarship with a 3994. Social life is evident, beginning with the pledge dance in the fall and continuing throughout the year with a Christmas formal and spring dinner-dance. Delta Zeta's enter into University activities, as well as University church activities. Last year they were awak- ened by a serenade of Mortar Board, who had come to IJELTH ZETH Alpha Beta 710 Ohio Street receive Pat Miller Freyman. Pat was assistant editor of The Daily Illini, and also a member of Theta Sigma Phi, Kappa Tau Alpha and Torch. Torch also visited Delta Zeta to pledge Betty Van Doren, who was inter-house manager of W.A.A. This year the "Bat of Shi-Ai" flew late one night to rouse two sleeping sophomores, Margaret Jo Heck and Nadine Ransom. Yes, Delta Zeta can be iustly proud of its service to the University and the many women it has had in Mortar Board, Torch, Shi-Ai, Alpha Lambda Delta, and other scholastic and activity honoraries. Top Row: Georgianna Gates, Patricia Moran, Patricia McGrath, Beverly Freeburg, Margaret Jo Heck, Helen Bose, Barbara Schmidt, Cathryn Hamrick, Martha Ryder, Irene Curtis Second Row: Leona Woitasek, Rowene Reeder, Carol Klienrath, Margaret Young, Kathryn Zarub, Colleen Gentle, Helen Cox, Billie Jean Allen, Betty Ford, lrma Jane Rau, Jo Ann Heida Bottom Row: Helen Mitchel, Donna Jeanne Uhlmann, Marion Schmitz, Margaret Lehn, Margaret Rolley, Patricia Freymon, Betty Van Doren, Sarah Gwinn, Nadine Ransom. Not in Panel: Mary Lee Nicholson, Joan Doyle 320 Gllllllllll PHI BETH Omicron Chapter 1110 West Nevada Street High in the New York hills at Syracuse University, Gamma Phi Beta was founded in the year 1874. llli- nois' chapter, Omicron, received its charter in 1913. Now with sixty girls in Omicron, it is trying to carry on the high ideals set by its founders. "You can spot a Gamma Phi, she has that twinkle in her eye-." Gamma Phi Beta is proud of her Mortar Board President, Ruth Ann Schwager, who also served as The Daily lllini editor during the summer of 1944. Along with "Rufus," you can spot a Gamma Phi as a iunior editor of The lllio. Barbara Clayton holds this mighty important iob and has Torch to her credit. Karyl Fraley and Eleanor Pickett, also Torch members, can be spotted working at The lllio oFFice as outstanding iunior business managers. Another Gamma Phi iunior is Alice Koehler, who is president of Torch and a member of the Y.W.C.A. executive cabinet. ,Melba Miller can be seen industriously working as a junior manager at the Star Course oftice. ln the freshman honorary, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Phi Beta has Jean Hiller, Publicity Chair- man, and Mary Lou Barber. They are proud to be able to spot their sisters everywhere on campus. Top Row: Pauline Gucker, Helen Sieferman, Margaret Engel, Caroline Williams, Iris Wood, Barbara Angus, Janice Ehleb, Betty Gwinn, Carol Karr, Elaine Sebastian, Marion Bollinger, Minnie Lou Black, Mary Kay Northam, Jacqueline Tatman, Shirley Traylor, Anno Jean McDonald Third Row: Mariorie Bean, Alice Koehler, Eleanor Bowman, Phyllis Conley, Mona Ray Mann, Roberta Roland, Joan Koehler, Moriorie Ruth, Elizabeth Streid, Jean Hiller, Ruth Ann Odell, Mary Lou Barber, Eleanor Pickett, Doris Worden, Margie Keck Second Row: Melba Miller, Barbara Clayton, Ruth Ann Schwager, Dorothy Bowen, Eleanor Schlecht, Barbara York, Betty Ander. Patricia Han- non, Delores Mummert, Elizabeth Tylor, Karyl Fraley, Emily Dixon Boffom Row: Dorothy Price, Martha Holmes, Constance Carlson, Nola Poynton, Patricia Williamson, Shirley Pufalt, Gloria Pagliarulo, Betty Corey, Jayne Conley, Sarah Witherspoon, Lois Bolle, Joanne Butterfield Nof in Panel: Ruth Bushman, Helen Dunn, Patricia Johnson, Jean Offenstein, Charlotte Tanton 321 if 1 f ,LQ . 1 f-tr: A., 'ffl ff 5.- Anne Grover leads Kappa Alpha Theta on the Uni- versity of Illinois campus this year. Theta is the oldest women's fraternity at Illinois, it was established here in 1895. Among the traditions that have been handed down are the annual Founders' Day Banquet, the Pledge Banquet, and the Senior Breakfast. Each year at Christmas time, the Thetas go caroling. Another cherished tradition is the annual ducking of seniors by the pledges. Among the Theta's looking forward to their ducking this spring are Shirley Bauer, Mortar Board, and Dorothy Ritter. Shirley is vice-president of the Y.W.C.A., Dottie is its secretary. Dottie is also a mem- ber of the Illini Board of Control, and Shirley is on the 8 .3 llllPPIl HLPHH THETH Delta Chapter 611 East Daniel Street University Concert and Entertainment Board. Terry Reese is an assistant senior editor of The Daily lllini. ln the Student Senate are Dottie Ritter and Virginia Kendall, who is also secretary of Pan-Hellenic. Ready to carry on the traditions of Kappa Alpha Theta next year will be our iuniors among whom are Annis Steinley, chair- man of the Y.W.C.A. Doll Show this year, and Queen of '44's Plowboy Prom. Rosanna Webster, Torch, is con- struction manager of Theatre Guild, Barbara Atkinson, is Red Cross chairman of the Union. Not traditional, but fun, is Theta's participation each year in W.A.A. interhouse sports. Ji 'NA' Top Row: Peggy Schumacher, Mary Rothgangel, Eleanor Lang, Charlotte Christie, Nancy Moore, Dorothy Johnston, Sarah King, Louise Con- verse, Joanne Turner, Phyllis Rose, Dorothy Knaphurst, Margaret Church, Mary McDougle, Anne Noble, Joan Campbell, Joan Welsh Third Row: Lois Downs, Jacqueline McElvain, Jane Davis, Rosanna Webster, Dorothy Bowditch, Barbara Atkinson, Barbara Larned, Barbara Carleton, Annis Steinley, Mary Bennett, Charlotte Salyers, Jean Spencer, Mary Clopper Second Row: Katherine Eisner, Margaret Baker, Constance Hoganson, Dorothy Ritter, Jean Bilderback, Anne Grover, Joan Randolph, Virginia Kendall, Shirley Bauer, Jeanne Gullett, Therese Reese, Jane Burke Bottom Row: Katherine Reuling, Nancy Patterson, Mary Rose, Marguerite O'Brien, Jane Brigham, Gloria Geary, Joyce Davis, Margaret Alcock, Jeanne Nihon, Mary Wellinghauf, Sally Ptefter 322 llFlPPIl IJELTH Sigma Omicron Clvapfer 1204 South Lincoln Avenue The year i923 was a significant one for the Kappa Delts, for it was then that 'the local chapter, Sigma Omi- cron, came into existence. 1944 has been an excep- tionally busy year for Betty Mathewsly our prexy, and the rest of Kappa Deltas. Beside the usual house functions, many campus activities have reached out and picked Kappa Delts to act as their leaders, ln publica- tions we have Jean Hurt, who is the editor of The Daily lllini, and Dottie Whipp, who is the business manager of The lllio. The lllini Union activities have also taken their toll, the chairmanships of Dad's Day, Homecoming Badge Sales, University Sings, and Club Commons En- tertainment were all held by ambitious K. D.'s. The Theatre Guild is acting as patron to our aspirants to the place of Sarah Bernhardt in the theatre. The casts of "Claudia" and "Barchester Towers" had representatives from the Kappa Delt house. Shirlee Johnson, the Dinah Shore of the campus, has done much to entertain not only the students, but also the servicement on campus and at Chanute. Have you ever heard her sing "Sum- mertime"? The honoraries too have smiled upon Kappa Delta. A busy year? Yes, but fun. Top Row: Betty Hamm, Joan St. Clair, Marian Bender, Jean Hurt, Alice Canty, Jacqueline Kimbark, Helen Hurd, Marilyn lzard, Dorothy Bremer, Mariorie Wakeman, Patricia Schubert Tltircl Row: Mary Youmans, Shirlee Johnson, Mary Hayes, Marilyn Murray, Norma Del Deidrich, Shirley Statler, Lois Harning, Jeanne McGovern, Mary Gochanour, Arlene Castle, Lillian Liden Second Row: Catherine Rathsack, Cynthia Talbot, Barbara Voss, Jane McGrew, Dorothy Whipp, Betty Mathews, Shirley Getman, Mary Tred- innick, Jean Voris, Marian Sanford Bottom Row: Lorraine Fultz, Marquita Berner, Janice Youmans, Carla Reyner, Patricia Speidel, Elizabeth Easter, Harriett Marshall, Lois Schlech- ter, Doris Schols, Ann Trentman 323 Ever since its establishment in 1899, Beta Lambda chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma has remained active on the Univeristy of Illinois campus. This year, chapter activities have continued under the leadership of Joan Ralston, president. In the spring of '44 Kappa beauty, Mary Jean Koritz, was chosen queen to preside over the May Day festivities. Margaret Robbins figured prominently in campus affairs as a Phi Beta Kappa, co-chairman of Star Course, Mortar Board, and formerly was chair- man of Special Dances of the Union. Shorter Board added as a member, Jane Bickel Greenwood, whose earnest work on The lllio staFf must also be applauded. The campus newspaper, The Daily Illini, is now being llllPPll KHPPH Gllllllllll Beta Lambda Chapter 1102 South Lincoln Avenue ably edited by Kay House, one of the four editors. Fredrica Karber and Atha Tehon were initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta. Other honoraries, such as Phi Chi Theta, Phi Upsilon Omicron, and Psi Chi also have representatives in the house. Polly Kuby is pledge chairman of Panhellenic Council. Kappa Kappa Gamma has participated in the Shi-Ai sing and inter-sorority sports. Especially outstanding was its enthusiastic response to all the war activities. lnterspersed with these activities were many varied and interesting dances. By this and similar past records, Kappa Kappa Gamma has retained an outstanding position on the University of Illinois campus for forty-five years. Tow Row: Virginia Kemp, Barbara Lane, Nanceeiock Ellis, Roberta Luckow, Fredrica Karber, Grace Welsh, Mary Moots, Mary Bowers, Atha Tehon, Juin Whipple, Beverly Owens, Dorothy Knopf, Janet Ellington, Gloria McRae, Dorothy Peterson, Virginia Egan Third Row: Barbara Harvey, Kathleen Glenn, Marilyn Hannah, Jeanne Aubineau, Polly Kuby, Jeanne Reeb, Barbara Murphy, Jessie Daniel, Barbara Grubb, Patricia Landis, Shirleen Kallembach, Diana Davis, Margaret Moore Second Row: Dorothy Reesman, Jeannette Carlson, Marilyn Meek, Margaret Robbins, Betty Holmstrom, Elizabeth House, Joan Ralston, Barbara Ellis, Barbara Boulware, Avonne Andrews, Mary Koritz, Betty Harmon, Prickett Carter, Jane Greenwood, Jacqueline Countryman Bottom Row: Betty Coolley, Ruth Nelson, Patricia Price, Rosemary Grundin, Virginia Hudelson, Sherrill Richardson, Janet Wynn, Ellen DeMoss, Roberta Cooke, Mary Sweeney, Jeanne Sullivan, Suzanne Appelle, Shirley Roberts Not in Panel: Rosemary Dursema, Marilyn Braband, Jean Hoffman 324, PHI 0lliEGl-I Pl Gamma Chapter 713 West Ohio Street "Dreaming, yes, dreaming of the girls of Phi O Pi." So goes a familiar POP song, and proving the truth of these lines are many outstanding chapter members. Carol White walked into campus hearts and first place in the solo-quartet section of Shi-Ai Sing of '44 with her rendition of "You are Free." Helen Scherer is a member of Sigma Delta Pi Spanish honorary, Carol White, a member of Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternity, and Lib Leighly is a speech honorary member. Other 'WW 'fi .hy ' PSF 'tt' outstanding Gamma members are lovely .lune Schussler, Fraternity Queen candidate, Michy Hecteman, talented violinist, and a new crop of sterling pledges. Dad's Day found a galaxy of fathers present for the POP house festivities, a special spread, and an ap- propriate serenade for the parents. A successful re- union with Phi Omega Pi alumnae during Homecom- ing increased fellowship and spirit among Gamma members. Top Row: Gloria Oakes, Dorothy Trummel, Jo Marilyn Rigg, Gwen Dean, Patsy Borden, Carol Willis, Verna Lee Wilson, Carlene Hecteman, Helen Scherer, Carol White, Doris Hoge, Irene Churan Third Row: Mary Louise Kinsler, June Schussler, Louise Staubitz, Audrey Wilson, Pauline Rist, Arl'ene Bailey, Ruth Gee, Gloria Nagel, Eileen Barfknecht, Charlene Danielson, Mary Louise Dinsmore Second Row: Gertrude Brady, Dorothy Milliken, Elisabeth Leighly, Patricia Hobson, Mary Louise Schenk, Elaine Wiemers, Jeanne Hambrook, Jeanne Flesher, Barbara Lois Lanman, Mary June Vosberg Boffom Row: Patricia Moynes, Doris Cluever, Virginia Lee Warftuel, Patricia McKee, Malry Louise Koelling 325 Phi Sigma Sigma was founded at Hunter College in 1913, and Theta chapter is one of her twenty-two OFF- spring. Theta, founded on November 26, 1923, in- cludes forty-two girls hailing from points as far south as Birmingham, as far east as Boston, and with a maiority of twenty-five from nearby Chicago. This is a house full of queens, five in all, three of whom were added last year. They are Pauline Wang, Bombardier Queen of Ellington Field, Texas, Jean Selig- man, Queen of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology, and Gloria Berman, Queen of lIlini's Junior Prom of '44. Phi Sig is proud of its last year's scholastic 'W ,,. PHI SIGIIIII Sllilllll Theta Chapter 306 E. Gregory Drive activities with its new honor students. Blossom Afre- mow was initiated into Psi Chi, Frances Klein is a mem- ber of both Iota Sigma Pi and Omicron Nu, while Helen Sher, besides making Sigma Delta Pi, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in her iunior year. In '44 it won the Scholarship Achievement Award, the Panhellenic trophy awarded each year to the sorority making the highest gains in scholarship. Piloting the Phi Sig's to many happy landings are: Barbara Colen, president, Mariorie Bernstein, vice-presi- dent and pledge-dean, Blossom Afremow, secretary, and Pauline Wang, treasurer. , f ' , li if Top Row: Irma Katz, June Harris, Joan Perlman, Annette Levin, Vivian Schatzman, Patricia Berkman, Carol Schaffner, Arlene Rosenstein, Muriel Goldman , Beverly Witensky Third Row: Harriet Prower, Helen Sher, Gloria Berman, Eunice Annan, Gloria Bomash, Gloria Wolf, Janice Rosen, Roseanne Marschak, Elaine Glass, Beverly Wilens, Alice Weber Second Row: Gloria lang, Seena Minkus, Frances Klein, Pauline Wang, Margery Bernstein, Barbara Colen, Blossom Afremow, Lois Quicksilver, Roslyn Constantine, Hillaine Davis, Ellen Garson Bottom Row: Sherry Koplan, Phyllis Jaffe, Lorraine Eisenstaedt, Joan Landers, Suzanne Jacobs, lllyne Zeidman, Shirley Abel, Roberta Green, Esther Granofsky, Edith Chilow 326 - Pl BETH PHI Illinois Zeta Chapter 1005 South Wright Sfreef Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, in 1867, Pi Beta Phi has grown to be represented by eighty-three active chapters. Illinois Zeta Chapter was established at Illinois in 1895. Pi Phi has always been one of the top sororities in campus activities. The Torch members are Wanda Zimmerman, Virginia Mauney, Allene Eberle, "Toppy" Case, Stella Jean Lehmann, and Phyl Anderson. Wanda Zimmerman is a iunior editor of The lllio and Allene Eberle is a iunior manager of Star Course. Ginny Mauney holds the iob of business man- ager for The Daily lllini while Alice Andrews, a senior, represents Pi Phi in the Y.W.C.A. Our Shi-Ai pledges this year were Mary Ann Jordan and Kay Seed who were active in The lllio and The Daily lllini respectively. ln Theatre Guild Pi Phi had Lorena Ross, who did out- standing work in the cast of "Romeo and Juliet," and "Claudia." All in all, it has been an unforgettable year. Top Raw: Phyllis Krieger, Donna Morgan, Marjorie Grady, Mary McLaughlin, Jacqueline Opp, Marilyn Johnson, Betty Livingstone, Suzanne Burnside, Jacqueline Holman, Lucille Duff, Mary Wallace, Alice Loveioy, Susan Russell, Joan Lowe, Nancy Brown, Betty Tibbits Third Row: Lorena Ross, Barbara Rosenburger, Carolyn Dallenbach, Dorothy Kennedy, Jean Hayes, Barbara Hunsucker, Helen Adair, Harriet Haycock, Barbara McKinstry, Mary Hill, Laura Benner, Kathryn Seed, Mary Jordan, Shirley Hill, Jean Fleharty Second Row: Judith Gardner, Martha Franklin, Virginia Mauney, Darleen Lawson, Jean Sheppard, Mary Whitley, Flora Case, Wanda Zimmer- man, Stella Lehmann, Margaret Giller, Phyllis Anderson, Allene Eberle, Nancy Kollman, Nancy Jones, Elizabeth Hersman Bottom Row: Barbara Camp, Dorothy Kelly, Edith Jenkins, Marianna Harper, Barbara Roos, Peggy Graham, Mary Squires, Joanne Patterson, Alta Chipps, Helen Dees, Alice Andrews, Ruth Ann Witty, Mary Peterson, Judith Anderson Nof in Panel: Kay Richart and Mary Anne Swisher 327 "The March began with seven strong" wearing the golden torch at Cornell University in 1917. Kappa Chapter added its name to the Sigma Delta Tau roll call on March 6, 1926. Kappa girls have always shown a great interest in campus activities. The president, Ruth Lippman, is active in Theta Sigma Phi, while the vice-president, Charlotte Lipoff, is a member of Kappa Delta Pi. Layne Shef- ferman, secretary, and Elaine Epstein are members of Alpha Lambda Delta, and Mayta Ballis, treasurer, is Shorter Board, Sigma Delta Pi, and the assistant editor of The lllio of 1945. Sorel Zoline, Torch, is a iunior SIGIHH DELTH THU Kappa Chapter 1104 West Nevada Street editor of The lllio. Beverly Frank is a junior business manager of Theatre Guild and is a member of Masque and Bauble and of Arepo. Arlene Linton is chair- man of the Illini Union Committee-Cooperation with the USO. This year's members of Shi-Ai are Bobbie Polk and Charlotte Krasne. SDT's point with pride to the toy shop skit which took first place in the 1944 Homecoming Stunt Show, adding another cup to Kappa's collection, and to their place at the top of the list of War Chest contributors. Sig Delts are known for their spirit, activities, and SDT hospitality. Top row: June Adel, Sally Weber, Peggy Francis, Betty Picker, Barbara Kap-lan, Yudice Starr, Charlotte Krasne, Patsy Baker, Reeva Brodsky, Marcia Smith, Jacqueline Carman, Elaine Klein Third row: Rolla Shickman, Norma Levin, Myra Cohen, Delores Chackes, Beverly Frank, Adrienne Chapman, Marilyn Lucas, Arlene Linton, Sorel Zoline, Nancy Klopot, Frances Tick, Roberta Polk Second Row: Roberta Wasserman, Wylmarose Miller, Elaine Epstein, Ruth Brandwein, Charlotte LipoH, Ruth Lippman, Layne Shefferman, Mayta Ballis, Naomi Gould, Phyllis Peskind, Rolla Jacob Boffom Panel: Ethelyn Fink, Barbara Chapman, Betty Ann Romm, Mary Sue Meyers, Gloria Gould, Charlene Cohen, Margot Tick, .lune Mell, Shirley Goldman, Idell Lautmann, Lois Klein Not in Panel: Audrey Oflice, Mary Dionne Frischer 328' ZETH THU HLPHH Alpha Kappa Chapter 808 W. Vermont' Street' Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at the Virginia State Normal School at Farmville, Virginia, October 15, 1898. Alpha Kappa chapter was established on the lllini campus October 24, 1921, the seventeenth national fraternity for women to be affiliated at the University. Zeta Tau Alpha has taken an active part in the round of lllini activities and honoraries. Some of these activities are the Home Economics Club, Glee Club, Theater Guild, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., The lllio, The Daily lllini, and Orchesis. The Shi-Ai members are Bette Ben- net, Ruth Kohlhauff, Rose Marie Minnis, Marian Patter- son and Elaine Sell. Martha Benson and Lois Snyder are members of Kappa Tau Alpha and Theta Sigma Pi. First place in the Y.W.C.A. Doll Show of '43-'44 was won by Zeta Tau Alpha. The prize winning presenta- tion was that of the "Planting of the Elm Trees along the Broadwalk." Zeta Tau Alpha president is Ruth Kohlhauff, a senior in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. X , 1 .513 2 Z.. t . :4'-: I I ,Q ' 9 5 ' 'V K ' A Wim- ' -bg if Top Row: Ruth Allen, Evangeline Ginos, Joy Knowlton, Mary Fuller, Martha Telling, Mary Smith, Betty Wilson, Mariorie Clifford, Esther Karres Third Row: Mary Lawson, Alva Huelson, Lorraine Mieschke, Barbara Hansmeyer, Margaret Hatcher, Rose Minnis, Rita Lorenz, Betty Lideen, Nila Schnieder, Betty Mortenson Second Row: Ellen Kimbrell, Elaine Sell, Carolyn Burgess, Bette Bennett, Ruth Kohlhauff, Jacqueline Crowe, Mary Williams, Geraldine Gilchrist, Eleanor Kolpack, Betty Gugler Boffom Row: Martha Ryan, Betty Cross, Lila Jones, Mary Hall, Peggy Longacre, Jane Buescher, Kathryn Peterson, Elinor Schnieder, Janet Kaminke, Elizabeth Gonigam Nof in Panel: Mary Williams 329 Presby Gals "Keep the home fires burning llllJEPEllllElll 0llGlllllZllTlUllS Every independent man is automatically a member of the Men's lndependent Ward Association and every woman a member of Woman's Group System when she enters the University. These are the most prominent organizations of independent college men and women in the United States. W.G.S. includes all organized groups of independent women living in town homes, co-operative houses, and resident halls. lt was the first ,organization of its kind on any college campus. Since its origin in l922, it has grown until it now includes approximately 3,000 members. ln unity, there is strength! The object of these organizations is to unify the independent men and women of the University, thus promoting leader- ship, scholarship, and fellowship. This is accomplished by group participation in such activities as the W.G.S.-M.l.W.A. Stunt Show, the Christmas Musicale, banquets, weekly council meetings, and freshman orientation meetings. Closer co-operation between Woman's Group System and Men's lnde- pendent Ward Association has been shown this year, even though the ranks of M.l.W.A. have been depleted as a result of the war-time conditions. l l 331 rv., k , 2 4603 l Top Row: Verna Vernier, Martha Langham, Mary Littlemeyer, Dolores Underwood, Helen Becker, Nada Richardson, Bernice Fossel, Eunice Dettenba ugh Second Row: Madeline Black, Jean Swanson, Ruth Bruninga, .loan Satorius, Geneva Ellis, Anna Vogt, Ada Leming, Ruth Hauser Bottom Row: Carole Russel, Vera Nowell, Arlene Pearson, Lavina Eberhart, Lois Thurow, Mary Uhll, Ruby Kurr, Jean Schuder, Joanna Brenner ln Achaea, the house of welcome, lbut don't walk across the lawnl is Arlie, the versatile pre-med, who entertains us with various antics displaying her Terp- sichorean talents. Holding boogie sessions are the femme fatales, Uhll, Dee, Swanny, Black, and Jo. "Arkansas," the purtiest lil' gal ever, is the glamour puss who trips off on dates. Verna's love for Bob, and Carole's flaming hair are the envy of the girls. HLHHEH When Anna yells, "Soup's on," Ada, Vin, and Ruby hit the stairs on the double. What variety-artistic Nada, witty Lois, cute Jean, queenie Ruth, wifey Charlotte, athletes Brenner and Becker, iournalists Oodie and Marty, feminine Geneva and tall Metropolis, who is get- ting stooped from hiding from the probing eyes of the instructors. Top Row: Betty Rarick, Betty Snyder, Louise Stull, Florence Witges, Mary Roberts, Betty Hadtield, Louise Titus Second Row: Kathryn Hamrick, Lou Ann Huck, Ido Farlow, Jean Merryfield, Lorraine Watkins, Beverly Barber, Betty Iles Boffom Row: Audrey Huttord, Marjorie Hinton, Marilyn Carrington, Carol Koehler, Lois Titus, Peggy Adams, Bonnie Webster HLEESTIS Who's who in Alcestis! Lois is the social chairman. She plans the house dances and parties, and they've had some swell ones. Remember the pledge dance with all the decorations and even the lights in the Alcestis "blue and wine"? Mary Lou's the gal with the "sense of humor"-she and her ideas! Mary Lou and Ida Mae and Peggy are all helping to pull down scholastic 332 honors, and some of these freshmen records look mighty good. Margie is another one of those dizzy blondes, but cute-always something to say. Betty Iles and Marilyn furnish our queen candidate material. Audrey is the vice-president and keeper of the scrap- book, and the two Louises are compiling a history of the club to be presented at the Senior Spring Banquet. Top Row: Martha Gruba, Ruthclaire West, Ellen Attebery, Dorothy Kelly, Lucille Magnusson, Olga Zebrun, Lois Rudnik, Berle Garrett, Carolyn Penfield Bottom Row: Geraldine Hamilton, Mary Drum, Norma Whithum, Ruth Breese, Angelina Gaziano, Winifred Moehle, June Saylor, Ruth Farha HLPHH HUUSE Remember the day you first saw Alpha House? You walked down Springfield Avenue, paused as you saw the smiling girls chatting in the sunlight on the porch of the house. You watched one of the girls as she swept the porch, as she stopped now and then to call or wave to someone. You meant to continue on your way, but there was something of wholesome fun about the house that prompted you to learn more. In the living room, you found girls playing and singing, you strolled over to the piano and observed with admira- tion the picture of the Union Building, awarded to Alpha House for attaining the highest scholastic aver- age. Remember how you were told about the parties, the dances, the hay rides and wiener roasts, the "mas- querade" dinners, how they flapped about in ghostly sheets and ducked the seniors one early spring morn- ing? You laughed at the descriptions of the trials and triumphs of the kitchen, the activity on Saturday morn- ings, dusting and dishes, exam week . . . you were told of the sense of comradeship they found in working to- gether, of the way seventeen girls come to grow indi- vidually as they work cooperatively. Remember? . 1: , ' . 3' . ., ' .r- new-' ' ,..z,,:,.-," , "L:5.fj-5-.-lk -' '21, st, -5+ 'T lx, +- 2 Q . X f,-A 1, - -wi . ., ?-. ff?-f.,l.1,:-A -. 22: i- . . 'M' 1' 2 ...., . ., .,. 3 at st- I it . .,.,:. -,sh ,Q x v ., I v -I .,, -V V H ill .-'-:vv-, , : - .,,.. ..,,, V in .33 f ' Top Row: Mary Bainter, Marjorie Hoobler, Lorraine Mansell, Miriam Lew, Edith Biowski Second Row: Marie Frankenberg, Betty Tower, Clare Webster, Jean Walker, Catherine Curtis, Barbara Dobbin Boffom Row: Pat Stenvick, Katheryn HoFfmon, Marjorie Ottinger, Charlotte Kline, Mary Lou Cole, Betty Sanders Belle Manor is a house of twenty-one freshmen and transfer girls. All but four live in Illinois, the others are from Ohio, Michigan, and Minnesota. Officers are: Betty Tower, Chicago, president, Mariorie Hoobler, Holland, Michigan, vice-president and social chair- man, and Betty Sanders, Alton, secretary-treasurer. Marie Frankenburg, Barbara Dobbin, Mary Lou Cole, BELLE Illllllllll and Marjorie Hoobler are on the staff of the Daily Illini. Catherine Curtis is on the editorial staff of the lllio. Workers in church organizations are: Pat Stenvick, Wesleyan Foundation, Marie Frankenburg, Newman Club, Catherine Curtis and Mariorie Hoobler, Y.W.C.A., and Shirley Levin, Miriam Lew, Charlotte Kline, Mariorie Ottinger, and Betty Norton, Hillel. 333 Top Row: Phyliss Zacovitch, Kathryn Davidson, Patt Madden, Vera Mutzbauer, June Haines, Pearl Moskowitz, Jean Kra- chock, Rosella Lenett Second Row: Katherine Tallerico, Jill Willner, Marie Sathmary, Beverly Blonsky, Bette Kersten, Evelyn Weisberg, Leona Aren- son, Shirley Pink Bottom Row: Nancy Evans, Marcia Friedman, .loan Rosenthal, Bettie Beau Chateau, a newly organized house on campus, has been enioying the many activities which the Uni- versity of Illinois offers. lts two distinguishing features which may be called handicaps are-all of the girls are new to the Illinois campus, and most of them are fresh- men. Despite these drawbacks, the girls have taken part in many of the university's extra-curricular activities. Sinadi nos, Trudy Sandler, Evelyn Dubotif, Joyce Feldman BEHU EHHTEHU The names of the girls and the activities in which they have participated are: Joan Rosenthal-Senior Hillel Representative, Joyce Feldman--Theater Guild. Under the able leadership of the house officers: Bettie Sinadinos, President, Joan Rosenthal, Vice-Presi- dent and Social Chairman, and Trudy Sandler, Secre- tary-Treasurer, a good foundation has been laid on which may be built a college career. Top Row: Dorothy Manby, Ruth Wolfe, Blanche Popelka, Evelyn Lind, Marilyn Heath Middle Row: Eleanor Kennedy, Flora Ottner, louise Peters, Doris Evans, Helen Cline, Erline Churchill, Barbara Saunders, Iris Herbrig, Mary Beth Hale Boffom Raw: Mary Mitchell, Shirley Summers, Barbara Moody, Winifred Combs, Mary Ellen Brown, Joyce Osborne, Juanita Gaumer, Betty Gainer BETH HOUSE They're a co-op, and do they have fun cooperating- only sometimes they don't cooperate. And that is very bad, because then they let kitties accumulate under the beds, crumbs accumulate on the dining room floor, dust collects up on the door iams. They do iust lots of things besides cooperating. One fowl example is the Beta hen society into which every 334' innocent chick is initiated during her first month of residence. Those who are exceptionally exasperating are pledged as devils in the burned custard clan. Their function is strictly upsetting and-censored activities. Between cooperating, deviling, and clucking they manage to throw an occasional hop, and stick their noses into a few campus activities. BETHHHU 1008 West Nevada Street Bethany-the name makes you think of peace and quiet doesn't it? Well, it only goes to show something or other! What with Shirley practicing the flute, and Kit playing the piano-you see what they mean, don't you? And then there's Foxie who types English papers in the living room at 3 a.m. A popular Bethany gal is Connie from Kansas. What a drawl! Bridge fiends are Annie, Loeta, Ruth, and Ruby, while Katie and Phyl like to practice the latest iive routines. The unusual, and sometimes startling, table decorations are planned by Ruthe. Ber spends her spare time painting scenery for Theater Guild. They haven't seen much of Sunny this year. She's practice teaching. Her letters keep up her "sunny" reputation though. Sue, the fashion ex- pert, malfes and designs "gorius" clothes. Eunice, house secretary, keeps the books in order, sometimes assisted, they suspect, by roommates Carolyn and Edna. Fresh- man Peggy, Dot, Mary Alice, and Betty are still hitting the books, Hm-ml Wonder how long that will last? And then there's that inseparable threesome Arline, Helen and Georgia. Their pet pastime seems to be giving parties, complete with refreshments, in their room. The green ceiling, they say, adds to the at- mosphere. Top Row: Georgia Pulliam, Mary Allard, Beverly Haferman, Ruby Olson, Shirley Randall, Ruth Lyon, Eunice Breneman, Connie Nelson, Mar- garet Bean, Mariorie Fox Second Row: Helen Glenn, Edna Patton, Ruby Kietzmann, Kathryn Einbecker, Ruthe Wolf, Phyllis Anderson, Dorothy Corson Boffom Row: Elizabeth Viall, Mary Royer, Annabelle Elliot, Arline lser, Loeta Zoellar, Sue Congleton, Carolyn Leech 335 . A rg is 3 1 ff' .fzxlm A . F9 ' 'Y i' S , ' gl' 'Ti " ,V 1 P it 'Q u Qlc , in ' t if -92' r' ,, it ' 5 " , Sf , - -- -. Y 'uli ,gy t .1 .- , , s- , Q 1 , . 1. P- A V y C - -',,' - i g, Q., J 5 , 'T B L A 'Q S' fi I f . . X A ' 'ff' 'N Q1 flfQ'i1i.s 9si'. S H NF , mf s -f .J is see A ' .. 5, 5 cg 2'-:MQ ,l .,,. .E ,I T " 'f i l t 4,3 1' .W ,rat-1' - ,A " is 5 ., lli, ggi b c. Y ..29Yf?'sefZL!f'f' -11--. M A ...., ...f ".- . 1 W -,-, P . , V is if-. 'A " Top Raw: Doris Stone, Shirley Gordon, Harriet Cole, Belle Sirota, Shirley Siegel, Beatrice Kohn, Eleanore Perelgut, Fanchon Gordon, Cele Winokur, Arlene Greenberg, Joyce Friebert, Sybil Block, Sybyl Hannin, Caryl Hannin Third Row: Betty Foosaner, Shirley Novack, Bernice Latter, Felice Dworkin, Natalie Winter, Betsye Sax, Florence Dragan, Gloria Potter, Dolores Jonesi, Bernice Morgenstein, Ann Chapman, Rivian Levin, Corrine Rosenberg Second Row: Helen Lurie, Myrtle Eisenberg, Isabelle Gan, Dorothy Sachsel, Blossom Rowe, Geraldine Spitz, Charlotte Aaron, Mitzi Fleishman, Roslyn Rames, Patricia Brown, Judith Kadish Bottom Row: Renee Meyers, Marcia Scharfman, Caryl Rosenberg, Ruby Ballis, Charlotte Wenig, Marilyn Stern, Gloria Davis, BRHIIDEIS HHLL Carol Giesberg, Eleonore Levy, Mary Goldberg There are forty-eight in Brandeis Hall. Their Who's Who is quite extensive, but above all they are proud of their president, Jerry Spitz, also iunior manager of Theatre Guild, Charky Aaron, vice-president who is social chairman, and Blossom Rowe, secretary and also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. Then they have Dotty lMorgenthaul Sachsel, the wealthiest girl in the house. -why?-she is treasurer, of course. November 5, Open House, October 31, Hallowe'en Party, December 9, House Party, entertaining at Chanute Field, freshman walk-out, slumber parties, and count- less other things keep them all hopping continually. When you drop into Club Commons, notice Myrtle Eisen- berg, their blues singer, who currently appears there. Then, too, we have Arlene Greenberg, pledge to Ter- rapin. 9 -v Still Top Row: Myrna Noble, Edith Sexton, Helen Turner, Marjorie Martin Third Row: Nancy Wolfe, Leona Ackerman, Dolores Longbons, Bonnie Padrta Second Row: Jean Gemmill, Maxine Apblett, Patsy Patch, Jeanne Slater, Dortheo Trstensky, Josephine Jakubik Bottom Row: Mary Lou Olson, Alice Armstrong, Barbara Macleod, Marian Arnold, Angie Haloulos, Virginia Bernard, Hazel Sobinsky Llllllllllll llllllllllt For the twenty-four girls who live here, Colonial Manor is not iust a place in which to stay for a few months-it is a home away from home. Besides all the comforts of home, the "colonists" find an understanding companionship in their house-mother and a fellowship with each other. The house meetings and impromptu 336' gatherings have brought them together in a spirit of hearty friendship. At 7 P.M. every Monday they discuss and decide upon their activities. Every girl is a member of the W.G.S. and of various other campus activities. Each is striving to attain, for Colonial Manor, a place among the most active of independent houses. EHGLE Hllll 708 South Mathews Street Early in the fall amid the confusion that accom- panies the first few weeks of a new semester, Cagle Hall rounded up its members for the first house meet- ing of the year. They had on their minds the matter of electing their new officers. After some hot election- eering, a good crop of officers came from the ballot. These turned out to be Hazel DeWall as the president, Phyllis Shimkus as vice-president, Hilda Pugh as secre- tary, and Mary Rose Belland as the treasurer. Plans were laid for activities to be held all during the year, and some of these included Homecoming week-end with a buFfet dinner and musical program to it ,V'fk' fs , 5 , if '4'Z"a lv' entertain the alumni, parents and friends. The next social function was to be an "Armistice Day Dance" for the boys from Chanute Field. Following this a Sunday afternoon tea was held for the benefit of all organized houses. Cagle Hall is constantly a "bee-hive" of activity. Across the street is the Music Hall and the campus, and on both sides are inhabited sorority houses. The kids at the Hall cause no end of continual rush to and from classes, and the shrieks and shouts of a typical lllinois coed. Top Row: Louise Haas, Elaine Soberg, Lila May Winterhoft, Hazel DeWall, Helen Summers, Mildred Halacek, Esther Hollon, Shirley Suehr, Mary Reyes, Katherine Richner, Martha Pichon Second Row: Phyllis Shimkus, Mildred Shattuck, Hilda Pugh, Loretta Kientzle, Mary Belland, .lo Carlson, Renee Maruszezek, Alma lrion, La Moine Hasse, Marilynne Hall, Jean Smith Boffom Row: Ruth Edson, June Bangert, Rita Styles, Norma Wible, Gloria De Vare, Betty Blanquist, Gloria MacDonald, Rita Arnold, Norma McKean 337 lt's not "all work and no play" at Delano. They keep up their morale by helping others to keep up theirs. When Sadie Hawkins Day rolled around, they didn't sit back and read about it in the comic strips. Instead, they took advantage of Al Capp's invention and decided to do a little chasing themselves. They invited all the Li'l Abners from Chanute Field and the Daisy Maes did a fine iob upholding the Sadie Hawkins Day tradition. The Christmas party for the underprivileged children which they have each year, gives them as much pleasure IJELHIIU HHLL l'lO6 South Third Street and happiness as the boys and girls who attend them. Their eFtort of playing the role of Santa Claus may not be too realistic, but the spirit of the holiday is still there. Rolling bandages for the Red Cross, selling defense stamps for Hillel, and being hostesses for the service- men at Chanute are all part of their contribution to the war effort. But Delano also boasts of Alpha Lambda and Psi Chi members, which proves that lots of play and little work does not make Jean a dull girl. Top Row: Enid Tucker, Shirley Rosner, Loretta Davis, Millicent Golden, Bernice Richter, Ruth L. Levin, Shirley Doppelt Fourth Row: Genevieve Rabin, Charlotte Tennes, Gilda Cowan, Lorraine Motel, Fern Raskin, Ruth Katz, Sally Motel, Clara Zwick Third Row: Muriel Blum, Maxine Youssim, Natalie Schwartz, Shari Brown, Shirlee Fenchel, Eunice Holzman, Charlene Eisenberg Second Row: Edith Schwartz, Adele Sherman, Lenore Shalowitz, Ruth D. Levin, Judy Finestone, Joan Asherman, Shirley Leventhal, Rosemary Holleb, Myra Berkson Bottom Row: Devera Levitt, Marilyn Friedman, Ruth Greenblatt, Muriel Morris, Viola Ucitel, Muriel Weiner, Selma Smith, Lorraine Levin, Phyllis Nathanson, Florence Levin. 338 Top Row: John Hall, George Truckenmiller, Jim Hogan, Dan Nicholas, Al Siepker, Floyd Kringer, Bill Grumbley Second Row: Ed Nowoczyk, Ken Ricketts, Howie Wissel, Bob Rankin, Ed Zeller, Bob Bohl Bottom Row: Bruce Shricker, Tom Smith, Dick Shepard, Bill Graft, Charles Reace, Bob Sharp DURHUEH Dornoch is an independent men's house organized under this name at llO9 South Fourth Street, Cham- paign, in the year of 1941. The name was derived from the type of interior decoration and the ancestory of the Sutherland family which is associated with the house. A town of Sutherlandshire, Scotland, Dornoch is located on the Dornoch Firth ofthe North Sea. lt was here that the Sutherland family tree took root and gained promi- nence as soldiers during the Celtic Wars and reconstruc- tion period which followed. Today the town is noted as a health and holiday resort. Members of the house have taken active interest in band, glee club, theatre guild, Y.M.C.A., and intra- murals. Success has been attained in all of its past social functions, and the house is endeavoring to up- hold this standard. Until the present time, eighty mem- bers are serving in the armed forces, and five of the present members are veterans. Top Row: Betty Skeen, Yvonne Newton, Helen Urbanek, Dorothy Blum, Florence Harlow, Ann Cullen, Jane Frasca, Shirley Sanders Second Row: Avonelle Draper, Dorothy Syrcle, Mrs. Fraker, Dorothy Anderson, Rosa Lee Liebengood Boffom Row: Gloria Kral, Mariorie Huff, Deloris Dahlman, Diana Kevish, Anne Hines, Dorothy Wood Fraker House, lll2 West Oregon Street, is one of the most actively organized houses this year. With the excellent cooperation of Mrs. M. L. Fraker, the housemother, the girls have enioyed teas, dinners, dances, and other social functions. ln addition to the social activities, the house members have wholeheart- edly ioined into supporting and participating in the more serious work of the campus. Various drives and FRHKER HUUSE collections made this year were backed with an en- thusiasm by all. They have also contributed time, energy, and effort to the many war activities. The fine cooperation which has characterized "Fraker" this year has resulted in better understanding of one another. And the working and playing together has been re- sponsible for the many fine friendships that have been formed. 339 When the Farm House fraternity, Ag-lads, packed up their stock and beat it, in the fall of '43, thirty-two girls took over, much to the delight of their neighbors, We- natchee and Sigma Nu. With due respect to the Farm House, the new occupants retained the initials F. H. for Forest Hall. The appellation is also derived from the fact that F. H., the most beautiful independent house on the campus, is kitty-corner from the Forestry. Jean Cunningham, as president, strenuously took over the advancement of the lndee cause by seeing that the house voted one hundred per cent straight lndee. Ann Henderson, vice-president and freshman adviser, cor- FUREST HHLL 809 West Pennsylvania Avenue alled all the freshmen into seminar to insure the main- tenance of the high house average. Laurel Shurson confined her activities to scribbling madly at the love fests, known as housemeetings, while Jean Brickman was the diligent watch-dog of the ducats. Margaret Noonan, Mavoureen Brauman, Sylvia Vi- dalakis, Ruth Weimer, and Maribel Campbell, known collectively as the hungry tive, kept the house on pitch Christmas carolling. They also represented us at Chanute festivities and in the University Band and Chorus. For additional information, consult your local Scout column. ,fun- Top Row: Sylvia Vidalakis, Mavoureen Brauman, Geraldine Sutzer, Ruth Jones, Lavern Klug, Martha Darmstadt, Lily Slaboda, Martha Thompson, Doris Moraw, Jo Ann Lewis, Betty Blair Second Row: Patricia Youngblood, Barbara Wilmot, Maribel Campbell, Ruth Weimer, Helen Di Julio, Dorothy Weinz, Betty Herman, Rosella Thomas, Virginia Thomas, Rita Kain, Muriel Burke Bottom Row: Margaret Noonan, Eleanor McCabe, Laurel Shurson, Edith Engebrecht, Jean Cunningham, Mrs. Harlan, Ann Henderson, Jean Brickman, Helen Marie Bartley, Barbara Budzik 340 FUUR-H HOUSE 202 East Green Street "Activity girls" might be the name for the Four-H House girls. W.G.S. president, Phi U president, Mortar Board vice-president, Shorter Board, Torch, Home Eco- nomics Club president, editor of Agriculfurisf, treasurer of Omicron Nu, Illini Union Board, Star Course Staff, Theatre Guild, Alpha Lambda Delta, University Chorus and Band, and U.S.O. are only a few of the campus activities participated in by Four-H girls. Membership in the Four-H House isn't iust an accident either. Girls are chosen by detailed applications and recommendations from their Farm and Home Bureaus and from personal interviews. Each girl must have a 4-H Club record of achievement and outstanding work. High school activities, scholastic rating, character, per- sonality, and qualities of leadership are necessary. Girls are pledged for one year and if scholarship, character, and leadership standards are met, they are initiated at the end of the year. Four-H House has its share of social events too. For- mal and informal dances, faculty teas, heart sister week, big sister week, "pin" parties, etc., all play an important part in each girl's life. One of the highlights of the social calendar is the Alumni Banquet during Home- coming forthe Four-H House Alumni Association. Top Row: Esther Siemen, Norma Whitton, Anita Turner, Rosemary Storm, Mary Armstrong, Janie Bartel, Merle Manchester, Ruth Jaques, Janice Armitage, Dona Marine, Margerite Rietveld Third Row: Martha Mollet, Laura Kindred, Jaklynn Morrison, Lillian Schrader, Mary Maushok, Dorothy Brunskill, lla McDonald, Joyce Miller, Julia Stahl, Ann Brazier Second Row: Phyllis Myers, Betty Parkes, Doris Ganson, Elizabeth Forney, Winifred Deal, Eleanor Siekmann, Ann Gorrigan, Dorothy Altig, Doris Mollet, Mary Caldwell Boffom Row: Jean Dierkes, Alice Virgin, Marcia Bannister, Ann Bartel, Marcella Bischoff, Margaret Hampton, Cecil Myers, Eleanor lcenogle 341 Top Row: Effie Corneils, Grace Hatcher, Rosemary Sharp, Gretchen Raube, Dorothy Ryan, Ina Herbrig, Barbara Yerby, Eleanor Swanson Boffom Row: Mary Jacobson, Ruth Monroe, Lynette Kirby, Lillian Metz, Toni Tomic, Janet Hickman, Virginia Johnson, Cath- erine Snow "The girls of Gamma House act iust like people!" was the way in which one girl characterized them. They have dances, houseparties, teas, and picnics. They hate to go to their eight o'clocks, they cut lectures in favor of cakes, their constant query is "ls the mail here yet?" They also cram for exams, for they have a scholastic tra- Gllllllllll HUUSE dition to uphold. The house aftairs are kept in smooth running order by President Grace Hatcher, assisted by Vice-president Mary Jacobson. Catherine Snow keeps the minutes and the money as Secretary-treasurer, and Virginia John- son provides the fun in the oltice of Social chairman. Top Row: Joyce Weiner, Elsie Fohrman, Elaine Blacker, Marilyn Cohen, Georgann Stein, Elaine Weiss, Elayne Gulman, Miriam Levy, Joyce Tokman, Patsy Poses, Marilyn lsler, Sonya Dresner Second Row: Bernice Lenning, Shirley Cohen, Cathie Alb, Marilyn Lozarow, Peggy Maybrook, Adelle Dareh, Lucille Litt, Rita Mitchell, Phyllis Flowers, Gwen Goldstein, Phyllis Weinstein, Leona Brankin Bottom Row: Mariam Green, Phyllis Kabakoft, Mary Frischer, Rose Lapidus, Eloise Schlensky, Roslyn Harteveld, Ruth Utten- berg, Carolyn Stoloff, Joan Deutsch, Virginia Satin, Louise Rose, Beverly Schero GREGlUll0ll One more newly organized house on campus, Greg- wood, has given Illinois coeds another place in which to live. As of l944, the house at 310 Gregory Drive is not Alpha Epsilon Pi, but Gregwood. No longer do the memories of the "frat" linger through the halls. At the beginning ofthe year, they elected Elsie Fohr- man as the prexy. She has been active in Hillel Senior Council and numerous other campus activities. Shirley 342 E Cohen has made a good vice-president, and there have been no complaints against Phyllis Kabakoff, the secre- tary. Naturally, they all envy Elaine Blacker who has the "niftiest" iob in the house-that of treasurer. Gregwood had an open house on November 5th, which proved very successful, and other social 'functions included the Christmas party, with a theme of "Winter Wonderland." GRHIIHDH LLUB llO4 South Fourth Street Granada Club, the largest men's independent on campus, is a smooth running, well-organized, active house. Active in campus activities, its members have gen- erously contributed to the war and community funds sponsored by the University. Granada also sponsors two social functions every semester such as hay-rides, picnics, dinners, and dances. Active in politics, Granada boasts of having the vice-president of the sophomore class, Joseph La Palombara, senator of the sophomore class, Sam King, and senator ofthe iunior class, George Koptik, among its members. Granada is proud of its ten World War ll veterans, who, by living in this organized independent house, have been greatly aided in their readiustment to civilian life. Every Monday night Granada holds a house meeting, when, under the eyes of its able officers-Howard Kasik, president, Joe La Palombara, vice-president, Wil- bur Sauer, secretary-treasurer, and Don Koppel, social chairman-the Granada men give vent to their opinions and express any gripes which they may or may not have. The house functions as an integrated and combined unit under the able management of Mrs. Albert Tuxhorn and our "housemother," Jack Hasch who conscientiously tucks the boys in bed every night and supplies warm milk for all those who so desire it. Top Row: James Knoles, Russel Birk, William Surges, Alfred Friederich, Robert Cushman, Robert Scharmer, Bernard Mack, Robert Herschler, Andrew Kennedy, Clayton Zikert, Dick Kothlow, Don Kelley, Jerome Prisyon, William Bailey, Fred Luech, Bernard Freireich, Paul Eversole Third Row: Tom Roland, Fres Buckman, James O'Neil, Charles Seay, Leonard Parker, William Parker, Lawrence Davis, Sidney Hirsch, William Brinkley, William Morris, Arvin Brewer, William Selley, Glen Bruce, Marchal Bensten, Louis Huch, John Wacker, John Kostelny, Herman Ellenby, Bernard Snyder Second Row: Jerry Cohler, Benner Berman, Melvin Pipes, Sam Smith, Leonard Kaplan, Richard Gilford, Joe Pawlish, Don Koppel, Wilbur Sauer, Howard Kasik, Joe La Palombara, George Koptik, Willard Tesch, William Wilkinson, Bernard Freese, Merle Watson, Robert Bohannon, Allen Jeter, Albert Levin, Jerry Scherer Bottom Row: Lee Eisenberg, Lester Shapiro, Marvin Mutchnik, Milton Goldman, Eugene Polen, Sam King, Alfred Gertler, Robert Muscat, Ken- neth Lawrence, Mike Zampogna, Pat Pisuaro, William Stewart, Raymond Piech, Calvin McCain, William Koester, William Porter, Rolland Gordon, Eugene Baggett 343 Top Row: Janet Neustadt, Maxine Wolff, Adele Netter, Marilyn Adelman, Sandra Gilbert, Roberta Cohen, Shirley Antweil, Evelyn Steiner, Marilyn Osher, Bernice Levy, Ardythe Handler, Muriel Ostrowsky, Lorraine Beck, Judith Whitney Second Row: Ruth Haber, Shirley Robinowitz, Elaine Carrodo, Nancy Lee Goodman, Helene Berman, Thelma Teter, Shirlee Fischel, Blossom Friedman, Barbara Feldman, Norma Jean Rephan, Elaine Cash, Rita Block, Geraldine Weinstein, Grace Dantzker, Lois Kamin, Cecile Wexler Bottom Row: Myra Berman, Zoe Sosno, Fayanne Greenblott, Phyllis Jacobson, Jeanne Ginsberg, Arlene Cohn, Shirlee Sklare, Patsy Rosenthal, Laynor Nover, Rhoda Skolnik, Eloise Wexmon Harrison Hall, former residence of Delta Kappa Ep- silon, was opened for independent women iust this year with forty-four girls from many different states repre- senting this house on campus. The formal opening was held on the afternoon of November l3, during which time the entire house was on display to numerous guests. Blossom Friedman wields the gavel as president of Harrison Hall with Helene Berman as her pinch-hit assist- HllRRlS0ll HllLL ant. Other house officers include Barbara Feldman, treasurer, Laynor Nover, secretary, Nancy Goodman, house manager, Norma Jean Rephan, social chairman. Mrs. Dougherty, as housemother, presides over 902. In her capable hands the house has made a wonderful start. Due to the grand cooperation of Mrs. Dougherty and the spirit among the girls, Harrison Hall has proven to be an ideal place to live. Top Row: James Smith, Robert Erio, William Ditzler, James Corwin, Edward Creek, Jr., Paul Bergstrom Second Row: Ronald Parks, Raymond Pikna, Robert Sloan, Robert Jerrell, LoVerne Condit, Charles Endress, Robert Smith, Robert Bohon Bottom Row: Glen Shadley, Thomas Neuberger, Michael Turko, Douglas Helm, William McCarthy, Val McClusky, George Kurto. Jr. HILL Hllll As the first independent house to be organized on the Illinois campus, Hill Hall still maintains a high goal of scholastic, athletic, and social activities. ln 1937, when this house was first organized, it was for the purpose of improving independent men's social opportunities, intra-mural sports activities, group records of scholastic 344 averages, increased political prestige for the independ- ent men in campus elections, and an organized effort to improve men's roaming house standards. Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Hill, conductors of this en- thusiastic group of men, have done a wonderful iob of providing a home for each student residing there. lLLllll HHLL 725 South Wright Street Illini Hall has the unique distinction of having been a residence hall for men, then for sailors, cmd tinally this year, for the first time, it was open to women. All the eighty-three women of the Hall are either transfer or freshman students, but despite their newness to the University campus they have made a name for them- selves both in activities and in scholarship. This year's group at lllini Hall was known as an all around house. Gals with scholastic averages, gals with skills, and gals with dates! The residents of the Hall will long remember the fun and good times, and none will forget that one great experience of "getting to know the University" which we all learned together, There have been house activities galore, dances, parties entertaining the service men, district W.G.S. teas, and midnight spreads. Some of side line doings include such activities as ping pong contests, bridge battles, gab sessions, pulling pranks, and, of course, a bit of studying now and then help to keep us busy throughout the year. The olticers of this year have been for us: Mary Ellen Lewis, president, Mary Ann Campbell, vice-president, Allie Keighin, secretary, Loanne Nye, treasurer, and Betty Noley, social chairman. Top Row: Honor Garstang, Mary Sullivan, Joan Finch, Marie Freund, Henrietta Farnell, Carolyn Stuhr, Martha Gullett, Jeanette Mathis, Audry Hansen, Mary Ellen Rosenburgh, Alice Loveioy, Jean Hoffman, Ruth Buschman, Jo Ann Nye, Helen Towney, Mary Mathews, Marian Tressler, Mariorie Galutia, Colleen Connell, Dorothy Lombardo Third Row: Margaret Haan, Charlotte Bradley, Marygail Neilson, Dorothy Lauer, Jean Shepler, Mary Beth Bauian, Betty Mitchell, Margaret Rose, Agatha Schmidt, Maynette Vernstein, Gloria Hohe, Lucille Duff, Margaret Larson, Betty Schiermeyer, Virgie Ann Nastoff, Betty Jane Foley, Betty Wheeler, Doris Pottenbarger, Mary Ann Campbell, Doris French Second Row: Cathleen Cooper, Jean Ruther, Alice Keighin, Helen Ann Dunn, Ruth Peters, Jacqueline Tuchel, Mildred Barton, Barbara Maxwell, Mary Ellen Lewis, Virginia Davies, Ruth De Mand, Bonnie Lou Zimmerman, Billee Gehringer, Donna Rolison, Carol Lott, Marietta McArthy, Helen Hostetter, Garalene Schoen Bottom Row: Jean Fuller, Betty Lou McWethy, Charlotte Drakeford, Nancy Radeke, Mary Rahling, Carolyn Rausch, Myrtle Williams, Nancy Gay, Alice Jo Gresham, Mildred Cronk, Joanne Carlstrom, Leona Youngquist, Elinor Pagac, Gloria Gittins, Betty Hitch, Elva Pletcher, Mary Flanegen 345 They're a new house on campus, but they're not a bit behind in campus achievements. They puff with pride to think that each girl is participating in at least one campus activity. Honors Day will see Alpha Lambda Delta well represented by the house. Many of the pretty, formal-clad usherettes, who direct you to your seat at Star Course concerts, are lvy girls. Theater Guild holds the popular interest, and the bud- ding Sarah Bernhardts study their lines with a zest. They're doing their bit for the war effort, too, with USO Cooperation Committee membership, minute-maids, and their one hundred percent weekly purchase of de- IVU HOUSE 303 East Chalmers Street tense stamps. The house was duly warmed, broken in, and unani- mously praised at open house, November 5. And now a glimpse of what goes on behind ivy covered walls- stumbling over perpetual easels and paint cans remind- ing them of soooo many art maiors-pre-meds scaring long-suffering roommates out of their wits with cat skulls -accents fighting Civil Wars between Southern belles and Easterners-knitting argyle socks-exchanging pic- tures-paiama parties with hamburgers and cakes- always singing "ls there any little thing that we can do for you?" Top Row: Natalie Rayman, Phyllis Bender, Helen Labes, Ruth Plotnick, Frances Plotnick, Gail Goldsmith, Rhoda Eilen, Lorraine Atkins, Ann Yavil, Laura Kersch, Marilyn Katiee, Sue Silverman Third Row: Norma Appel, Vivian Baker, Audrey Goldman, Lorraine Walper, Roe Harris, Peaches Levy, Elaine Lipkin, Harriet Leavitt, Rochelle Busch, Ruth Bahcohl, Harriet Trilling Second Row: Frances Rooth, Allene Rittenbaum, Shirley Pamper, Virginia Rabin, Shirley Zack, Geraldine Rasset, Eleanor Schlesinger, Mariorie Epstein, Jane Marcus, Elaine Brode Boffom Row: Jacqueline Staub, Chernee Abrams, Shirlee Feltman, Mayla Levin, Janet Sommers, Florence Lynn, Roe Tuckman 346 Top Row: Edna Meadess, Kathryn Winder, Vera Shishow, Ann Krull, Marguerite Spanish, Alberta Reitz, Olga Skablikoh' Bottom Row: Florene Johnson, Betty Borchers, Lois Tendick, Joan Siegfried, Mildred Wilson, Louise Welch, Joan Flesher, Soti Raman lLLllUHlllS-liE0lUH The independent houses of llliwanis and Keowa were combined this year into one organized house. The social activities and other functions were sponsored iointly, and with the participation of both houses the annual events which took place were a great success. Among their many talented students are Betty Borchers, who is a member of Phi Chi Theta, and Olga Skoblikotf, University Sing performer. Ann Ada Krull is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, and many other Top Row: Bonnie Flenniken, Eleanor Gulbis, Gertrude Hirsch llliwanis-Keowa coeds have been pledged to scholastic honoraries. The houses chose as their leaders for the year: Ann Krull, president, Olga Skoblikoff, vice-president, and Betty Borchers, secretary-treasurer. Keowa has taken a genuine interest in drives for war funds, and has contributed T00 per cent to all these charitable functions. Second Row: Patricia Cunningham, Darlene Schaefer, Ida Meyer, Edna Seaman, Barbara Hansen Boffom Row: Eva Sprague, Jo Ann Koonce, Mrs. Ella Locke, Neva Lau Larimore, Doris Larson Locke Manor initiated the 44-45 year by a get-to- gether wienie roast which was extremely informal. They neglected to pack any silverware and had to dip the well-charcoaled frankfurter in the mustard iar. Their hayride was rained out despite the Twin-Cities Chamber of Commerce predictions, but they transformed it into a theatre party that was almost as much fun. They had a bowling party after competing for sev- eral weeks with league nights, and although their scores were not professional, they got lots of exercise and laughs. LllLllE llllllllllt On Hallowe'en, in answer to a late doorbell, they discovered a well-stuffed pair of paiamas propped against the bell. As the pi's belonged to one of the household they invited the stranger in. They have had numerous card parties, including every game from double solitaire to bridge. Some of the games are rather cut-throat, especially the double solitaire. Locke Manor looks forward to an interesting and active year with these past events as examples. 347 ln 1941, the La Treinta was built in Spanish architec- ture and thirty girls assumed their college life at this large, brick house. The name La Treinta is the Spanish designation for the number thirty, therefore, approxi- mately thirty girls reside in La Treinta each year. Betty Farley, a member of Union Council and Spanish Club, is this year's president. Vice-president, Jean Loven- dahl, is in the Illini band. Cynthia Camp, who is an Alpha Lambda Delta, plans all of the social activities. The secretarial work is done by lllio member, Thelma Z-'ww LH TRElllTll 706 West Ohio Street Riggin. Joan Baldry, who takes care of the financial business of the house is a Sub-district Chairman in W.G.S. La Treinta is a member of the W.G.S. Honor Council, a member of W.A.A., and has for three consecutive years distinguished itself by winning first or second place in the Watcheka Sing. The girls are also active in Star Course, the Illini Union, The lllio, The Daily lllini, Spanish Club, Theatre Guild, and several honorary fraternities. Top Row: Joan Baldry, Jeanne Saunders, Georgianne Christiansen, Jane Mathewson, Erna De Sollar, Betty Farley, Charlotte Kambarian, Jane Marshall, Aline Gantz, Marilyn Brenaman Second Row: Marion Kilsberg, Jean Lovendahl, Margie Kelsh, Ann McNamara, Shirley Ann Cary, Dorothy Dortch, Lois Anne Braden, Lois Bruin- kool, Ruth Ann Arthur, Lois Lee Hayes Boffom Row: Betty Small, Marie Boddy, Lucille Dearnbarger, Bonnie Knutzen, Nancy Tice, Dorothy Small, Shirley Haven, Thelma Riggin, Myra Salford, Cynthia Camp 348 LEElllllll LODGE 309 East John Street Girls from Leeman Lodge have always been active in extra-curricular activities. For the year of l944, they won second in the W.G.S. Stunt Show and were awarded the Pan-Hellenic Achievement award. They belong to honorary organizations such as: Alpha Lambda Delta, Torch, Arepo, Sigma Delta Pi, Illustrators, Mask and Bauble, Zeta Phi Eta, and Sigma Alpha Iota, and func- tion with various church foundations, the Student Senate, Theatre Guild, Union committees, W.G.S., The lllio, Y.W.C.A., and The Daily lllini. This year they gave one of the W.G.S. District Teas. However, the girls' activities do not terminate with R- these. Leeman would not be Leeman without "Pop and his fiends' " bridge game . . . paiama parties around the tireplace . . . spreads and bull sessions . . . Friday after- noon teas. . .the early morning bells that fail to awaken everyone . . .freshman initiation . . . pinned or engaged girls being thrown into the showers . . . and in the spring of the year our traditional senior breakfast. The end of each semester finds each one cramming for knowledge they should have learned but somehow did not, lun- intentionally, of coursel and resolving to enforce a new slate come the next semester. A Top Row: Maxine Tipsword, Shirley Tomisek, Suzanne Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Manger, Dorothy Tosovsky, Marion Hinton, Elaine Churan, Carmen Gordley Third Row: Ruth Gale, Ruth Lewis, Mary Ellen Tate, Ruth Wahlberg, Lyda Mae Ecke, Helen Smith, Lois Keefer, Virginia Winters, Annette Ingram Second Row: Arlene Grove, Vivian McHatton, Jeanette Caughlan, Beverly Seeds, Mary Doris Kisner, Mary Kersch, Patricia Huelbig, Lenora Johnson Boffom Row: Thelma Hertz, Mary Louise Culp, Marietta Hamilton, Barbara Pierce, Norma Zimmerman 349 .1 I, ,-S - ax Lombardy Lodge, the former Delta Upsilon fraternity house, now converted into cr residence for forty-six girls, was organized early in October. At the first meeting of the year, the house chose Audrey Simpson as presi- dent, Loretta Reuter, vice-president, Margot Flock, secre- tary, Ann Dayton, treasurer. On October 31, the upper- classmen conducted an initiation ceremony for all the new girls. This ceremony was preceded by a week of "torture and servitude" for the green freshies. During the customary ritual, each girl was led blindfolded down several flights of stairs to receive the "brand" of Lom- bardy Lodge. The ritual was followed by a skit cleverly LlllllBllRll!l LODGE 3l2 East Armory Avenue presented by the initiates, who gave a "fashion show" which satirized the many costumes worn by a typical coed. The house entertained the V-I2 with an informal "At Home" in November. The year's highlights included several gala house dances, faculty and exchange din- ners, and participation in the various W.G.S. activities. The house can proudly boast enthusiastic cooperation, and into its activities has gone plenty of hard work with lots of 'fun as a result. ln the background was the guid- ing hand of their capable housemother, Mrs. Charity E. Pidcock. l Top Row: Dorothy Kuehn, Virginia La Mandin, Ann Falknor, Maxine Coltman, Jane Wilson, Shirley Cooper, Audrey Simpson, Jane Musser, Joy Mitchell, Kathryn Osborn, Venita Schnaore Third Row: Barbara Hackett, Alison Symon, Lora Slrok, Margot Flock, Elaine Wyckoft, Leta Gill, Mary Newburn, Betty Queen, Charlene Saller, Gladys Simon, Lorraine Zaker, Betty Gustavson Second Row: Lucille Nelson, Rosabelle Schwartz, Helen Rueter, Ann Dayton, Loretta Rueter, Mary Neville, Nadine Cameron, Margaret Anderson, Frances Satterlee, Donna Folck, Kitty Teach, Paula Crane Bottom Row: Roberta Elitland, Irene Sentel, Norma Tedford, Dorothy Large, Naomi Carr, Mary Ping, Mary Mayhew, Margaret Phelps, Rosemarie Urgo, Marilyn Markel 350 LUUJELL HHLL 3lO Gregory Drive Lowell Hall, 310 Gregory Street, in Champaign, is one of the houses in the Women's Group System. This is its first year in existence as a women's house, for it was formerly the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. However, henceforth it will be used for the girls' group. Lowell Hall is situated exactly right, for it is near the campus, yet far enough away to give a spacious view of the Stadium and athletic grounds. It is comprised of a representative group of girls, forty-six in all, some upperclassmen and some fresh- men. The house officers are: president, Patricia Critch- low, vice-president, Missie Stevenson, secretary-treas- urer, Goldie Swango, and social chairman, Rosann Bugarsky. The downstairs rooms of the house are very large, consisting of a reception hall, a large living room and dining room, and the housemother's living quarters. Each has a large wood-burning fireplace in it, lending itself nicely to social functions. Top Row: Patricia Critchlow, Peggy Petlak, Elsie Blasha, Peggy Conrad, Goldie Swango, Frances Jones, Barbara Gravenhorst, Dorothy Bugarsky, Joyce Murray, Joan Hoddinott, Julie Schreiber, Nancy Henning, Shirley Prestler, Louise Blackstone, Rosann Bugarsky, Priscilla Lohr, Alice Kaiser Second Row: Dorothy Lasater, Mildred Tarpley, Missie Stevenson, Ellen Jones, Marian Williams, Lydia Holmes, Mary Gillhouse, Mary Welch, Emma Welch, Joanne Larson, Eleanor Polka, Joanne Phillips, Lois Link, Glenellen Musgrave Boffom Row: Jeanette Houpt, Dorothy Woiciechowski, Shirley Critchlow, Shirley Klass, Portia Dorman, Velma Crawford, Marilyn Hargrave, Cleane Sweet, Margarette Pitzer, Frances Clements, Jane Abbott, Nancy Worsham, Carol Quandt 351 The lack of stiffness in hospitality, and the warm friendly atmosphere are but a few of the many criteria for iudging The Mansion favorably. Among its mem- bers are natural leaders, and the best men are selected to execute the group's ideas, and to honor all individual enterprise. The maiority of the men in the house this year are freshmen, thus, there is little chance of boasting activity leaders. But in four years, members shall be in the race for important campus positions. Only two seniors, Thomas Davison and Elmer Jones, are living in The THE lliHllSl0ll 410 East Green Street Mansion this year. All house functions have gained many compliments for courtesy and gentlemanly conduct. Members strive to maintain this reputation. Dances and informal tire- side hours combine with regular curricular functions to make a well-rounded existence. Long-remembered are Mansion hayrides, at which pretty girls and full moons were responsible for pleasant occasions. The friends made at The Mansion remember each other as "Auld Acquaintances," for each man tries to fulfill the ideals of friendliness, courtesy, and ioviality. Top Row: Elmer Jones, Rudolph Basile, John Nielson, Charles Hersh, Tom Cunningham Fourth Row: Laverne Hanson, Charles Goss, William Miner, Dale Rush, Kenneth Orr Third Row: John Vick, Jack Zokaites, Harold Tejes, Walter Jones, Robert Anderlik, James Kilbane Second Row: Richard Dunkle, Allen Hallet, Harry Lewis, Bert Pomatto, Charles Palis, Alphonse Koziol, Donald Brown, Richard Siver, Thomas Davison, Erwin Doege Bottom Row: William Schultz, Konrad Schreier, John Poull, Charles Longoker, Robert Butler, James Belknap, Kenneth Lundgren, Paul Shapiro, Stanley Izoks, Frank Strikich 352 lllEllEll 412 East Green Street Medea's house activities for the year started when Mother Winters prepared a spread for all the girls on October 10. Then, Dads were entertained on October 14, and following the Dad's Day football game, a Kof- fee Klautsch was held for them. Also, after Home- coming Game, Medea held a homecoming tea. ln the 1944 W.G.S. Stunt Show, Medea entered with a skit entitled, "l'd Love To Dance With You," and that same night, dates enjoyed a "Snow Fall" dance. At the Y.W.C.A. Doll Show, which was held December 9 and 10, this house interpreted "Hula Hula Dancers." Medea Annex gave a formal tea for Medea girls on December 10, and before going home for Christmas vacation, a formal dinner and Christmas party were held. To start the New Year, Medea held a faculty tea on January 14. Promoting all these house activities are the follow- ing officers: Dorothy Rasmussen, president, Alice Ford, vice-president and freshman advisor, Rosemary Gage, secretary, LaVerne Bloomberg, treasurer, Barbara Howard, social chairman, Loretta McCutcheon, alumnae secretary, Deloris Argianis, scholarship chairman, and Mrs. J. C. Winters, house mother. Top Row: Dorothy Fergrieve, Vivian Filipeck, Patricia Barton, Maxine Stavroulakis, Shirley Esenther, Elaine Georgeft, Shirley Cruse, Janet Pokar- ney, Aratula Vedalakis, Mariory Nuttall, Daphne Stavroulakis, Ruth Rasmussen Second Row: Wahneta Taylor, Clara Olson, Mattie Choice, Frances Gallagher, Alice Broome, Mary Albright, Dorothy Holston, Patricia Simkins, Phyllis Shorts, Elizabeth Evans, Lura Minto, Marie Muehreke, Elaine Cervenka Bottom Row: June Baum, Charlotte Janiec, Beverly Metcalf, Grace King, Rosemary Gage, Barbara Howard, Dorothy Rasmussen, Alice Ford, La- Verne Bloomberg, Loretta McCutchean, Deloris Argianas, Wanda Wieza, Norma Clark - 353 ..-,,,,M,, HVAK I Vffn,Ml....,M H The oldest women's dormitory on the Illinois campus is McKinley Hall which was built in 1913. Because of Senator William B. McKinIey's generous contribution to- ward the building, it was named for his mother, Hannah McKinley, as a memorial to her. Many undergraduate, independent women have since made this building their campus home. At the present time, however, McKinley Hall gives dining and dormitory privileges to seventy girls. The University YWCA, also, occupies the first floor of the building. McKinley Hall is certainly more than a rooming house IIICIIIIILEU Hllll 80I South Wright Street for independent girls. It has a social program of its own sponsoring dances, house parties, and faculty teas. Mrs. O. O. Rin, chaperon, and an executive council of class representatives aid the olticers in planning the house program. The ofticers are: president, Lola Clark, vice-president, Winnie Harmon, secretary, Janice Ald- rich, and treasurer, Shirley McKay. The Hall is a well organized group participating in campus activities. The girls have always been active in W.G.S. functions, since R.G.S. was discontinued some years ago. 3 gifs Si' . ,Q : g.. .L ,, --1. 4, . I gi' --- .' L JY- . 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' Q, ' ' .ft 44' L si it 'gg Top Row: Mary Gibson, Eloise Metzger, Jean Verdun, Doris Bailey, Janet Sisson, Helen Rich, Jean Galek, Muriel Tangney, Flo Punke, Peggy Carl- sten, Alice Bethel, Margaret Winters, Cora Ruth Walker, Ella Mae Stanford, Bernadine Porter, Ruth Johnston, Jane Curtis, Esther Little, Joan Pierson Third Row: Mary Lou Stautter, Kathleen Keneipp, Joyce Neubauer, Margaret Miller, Phyllis Ann Lewis, Anne Lu Hoit, Bettie Wall, Kathryn Koontz, Charlotte Mueller, Jane Williams, Lois Jean Witter, Marjorie Lofftus, Ardath Wilson, Eleanor Lefever, Lois Blimling, Carol Brown, Carol Koepke, Annabelle Mahler Second Row: Josephine Depke, Helen Eisenbrandt, Mariorie Morgan, Marilynn Hight, Jeannette Crader, Janice Olbrich, Shirley McKay, Lola Clark, Winnie Harmon, Margaret Bannon, Helen Koontz, Irene Lofttus, Ernestine Maher, Carol Hedrick, Merideth Ball, Shirley Jean Shewhart Bottom Row: Jean Lopin, E. Eileen Stock, Marian Hoppe, Margery Green, Frances Wilmeth, Joan Carter, Lois Kary, Joan Huster, Mary Lee Petty, Wanda Grimes, Mary Virginia Moore, Mary Dee Kruh, Kathleen Keneipp, Irene Oetzel, Gratia Becker 354 lllEllSEll lllllllllll 911 South Fourth Street No longer do the strains of "Old Phi Kappa Psi" ring through the halls at 911 South Fourth. Instead, the soft melodies of "To Mensen Manor" fill the air. Where once tweeds, Argyle socks, pipes, and bow ties filled dresser drawers, long sweaters and bobby socks naw take their places. Frilly curtains hang at the win- dows, and woolly animals clutter the beds. Mensen Manor is completely feminine now. This organization is brand new, this being the tirst year of its existence. Meetings were held and officers elected. Jeanne Harmon is house president, Shirley C . vs A' . ill eff - a A .. ,,Q5aQ5ggw fr. 'ik lli ' ' A '-1 V J i 'F 3--romp. E. " ' Q .: V ll is -- A X A fc 0 Q, ' ' ll' . ' . g .tie : ' ' Q ., 1- i Pg? ' f 1..i:,,L ,- A -N1 ,E"3:ti., ,. if . . .,,. ll 1, fl J., 13 V sf"",.1 rig, 1 ,' if , - . .,,,,,3fg,.,.f .5 "I:- 'A 'f ffsrgvei' Lid - fEE131I!ll'? Siegel... .2 ' ik ' 11- ' ' " ' ' -' "Y, --1.-W .Q fl' fi- 'Jfwsii - .f ,- x. ' I sf. fi s , .qv sw-. . .. ,, .f , - ff:1kf.':fq-g' - ' " '- - - J ....i:1:f.'13EZLf zu -J .0 ,L , l"ll'. 1 1 e ' Q f V c' .. .ms M 1 -1 ' .11 1 use -wp.-ff. 1 I ' -wiv? , -. . K- I +'-1-ff, , Qi' 5 ' Q. H1 A .. , - ,- .gagu j -JS ' ll 1 'E' 3 . 5253, ,I .5 ' -1'.'f5.a:,, - ,,' -. ,',--11.31192--.sl .5 ., ,fsggegarw-:s,,-5,gm x is-Q s . ,Q - L., f.f "'?-39,40 ' ' Y " - M? " ' f -"Fi . 1 -2' ef' y1's?-fqpgwzifsasi' "m s . .x.j:wE'f: i3.:g:?ft' f . . ,... , 1 ", 4 Hamilton is vice-president, Cathy McGinnis, secretary, and Lynn Kobel, treasurer. A house council has also been set up to treat matters pertaining to house rules. Fun-loving members have held open house and mixers for the servicemen, and'parties among themselves. Many of the girls are USO hostesses and activity wo- men. Such activities as Terrapin, lllio, Y.W.C.A., and Theatre Guild are well represented in Mensen Manor. Mensen Manor girls are oFf to a good start. This organization promises to acquire even more prominence in the years to come. ,,,,,j .. Top Row: Sue Robinson, Winnie Gadza, Lynn Kobel, Kit Carson, Ellie Jones, Denny Foreman, Cathy McGinnis, Dorothy Pavlik, Faith Rhodes, Shirley Bolliger, Kay Forbes Third Row: Jean Hughes, Margaret Hughes, Helen Gurkow, Marilyn Diehl, Jackie Vertrees, Phyllis Nickelson, Joy Covey, Kay McMillan, Ann Snedden, Pat Callery, Jeanne Harmon, Jinx Jones, Doris Schaad Second Row: Norma Podeschi, Pat Winter, Clara Williams, Dottie Lent, Shirlee Herbst, Helen Mensendick, Betty Johnson, Maxine Newman, Doris lane, Ferne Douglass, Shirley Hamilton, Doris Steffen Boffom Row: Barbara Ginzel, Gloria Cimina, Betty Herath, Johnny Johnson, Dorothy Dibble, Beryl Bonner, Phyllis Roy, Ruth Christiansen 355 1 ,fy 'P . 1 u ...J ,W -- Ti sp' t g i . 'M fl' .as - A J .es ' WJ lx -V J V ' if lx " . . iff' 1 , 1 -..- ,- , I X, Q D 1 N . 19 v 5 Q-V- 1 1' f lil - : , - ev CN r' J' - . L ' '-2' ,- a . ' X 'f A 1 il ' it fx. -, g 'Sp i -1 -- - ' 'Qi 5 . 'T 3. E 2 , .x Top Row: Rello Sklut, Carol Hyman, June Dresser, Margaret Routman, Carolyn Herman, Joyce Matras, Jackie Long, Wynette Lauter, Glorya Bryskier, Bonnie Gerber, Bobbie Salzman Third Row: Rowena Bloomberg, Elaine Steinberg, Helen Rosenfeld, Mariorie Rosenbloam, Lorraine Graber, Janet Levy, Joan Sherman, Phyllis Rossen, Sylvia Aberg, Eva Lee Gomberg Second Row: Maxine Feldman, Phyllis Landerman, Lillian Chaitin, Lois Weisberg, Syril Stolman, Arlene Gendelman, Leatrice Levene, Rita Levene, Evelyn Beider, Annette Foot Boffom Row: Esther Brenner, Myra Friedkin, Rose Lee Ross, Marilyn Greenberg, Mariette Exstein, Norma Goodstein, Carolyn Grossfeld, Rita Reichstein, Beverly Fleischer Miner House is one of the many independent houses for girls, but it is an important cog in the wheel of campus life. Forty-two girls are guided and helped in some way each day by Mrs. Miner herself, who is always ready with a word of counsel. All the girls are grate- ful to this model housemother and feel that they have gained something fine through knowing her. The open house which Miner House gave last fall was llllllfll HUUSE a success due to the cooperation among the girls. They all gave generously to the War Chest drive, and showed their willingness to ioin in the war effort by going with the Gray Ladies to Chanute Field to help entertain the wounded men there. Miner House is proud to be an integral part of the Illinois campus activities. Top Row: George Remington, John Doyle, Robert Baker Third Row: Don Schell, Lewis Hicks, Frank Hasbrouck, John Curl Second Row: Seymour Himelman, Gene Tom, James McNabb, Robert Henning, John Rastede Boffom Row: Curtis Donnel, Frank Hinton, Charles Vusich, Edson Newquist, Robert Pearson, John Kromrey lllULL lllllllllll Mull Manor-located within a convenient birds-eye view of the Chemistry Building, and greatly enlivened by the cut-ups of the mascot, Bob Baker's mutt, who for some reason is named "Sexy"-has been home to eighteen men for the past year. Presidential guidance is in the form of Charles Vusich, ably assisted by vice-president, Gene Tom, and secre- 356 tary-treasurer, Lewis Hicks. The social activities, which have been two hayrides with cracks and corn by John Kromery and John Doyle, are planned by social chair- men Don Larson and Chuck Nelson. The boys have been quite active in politics, and George Remington was one of the organizers for the lndee party. 32. - -T. .5255 1009 West Pennsylvania Street l The year's activities at New Sigma started with a was a Valentine Day party. The other festivities for the W'ene" roast 9'Ve"' bY the house moiheff MVS- Howell, spring were a formal dance, picnic, and formal dinner. to welcome the girls on October 12' Wenatchee boys Throughout the year, service men were entertained at and V-l2's were guests at the Hallowe'en party Novem- , , , Sunday dinners. Exchange dinners were given, and ber 3, where the traditional ghosts, skeletons, and pump- birthdays were celebrated. kin faces peered out from unexpected corners. Dancing, , , , Th FF :M"CkI', 'd ,Chl bobbing for apples, dart throwmg, and ping pong play- e o lcers are argorle on In presl ent ar otte ing kept the guests entertained' In December the house Tanton, freshman advisor, Barbara Nicklaus, secretary, gave Q formal dance with Christmas Us fhe theme' Joan Curry, treasurer, Priscilla Jacobs, social chairman, During the second semester the first social function and Carol Tourtellott, honor council chairman. 1 J Top Row: Ruth Bone, Dorothy Martens, May Engemoen, Virginia Foster, Barbara Annegers, Gail Hamilton, Jean Moore, Marianne Spencer, Lois Maddox Third Row: Kay Patterson, Jeanne Kofoed, Alice Misegades, Lois Albertson, Dale Schutz, Mary Grylls, Priscilla Jacobs, Ann Potter, Jane Stock- well, Barbara Christy, Jean Ray Second Row: Barbara Nicklaus, Marilyn Smith, Mary Gotti, Bette Meyers, Danise Smith, Emmy Lou Dicks, Eleanore Dowling, Charlotte Tanton, Barbara Shade, Betty Stella, Joan Curry Boffom Row: Helen Leipold, Frances Wilkin, Doris Schafale, Dorothy Stockdale, Mariorie Conklin, Jean Brody, Dorothy lox, Jean Sullivan, Pat Smith, Joyce Homerding, Carol Tourtellott, Mabelle Hull, Pat Johnson 357 I ,, Q Top Row: Harriet Boolcmon, Sharon Rash, Debbie Koppel, Marilyn Eisenberg, Alice Harris, Lois Beniamin, Toby Weinstein, Florence Kottelman, Bernice Orkin Third Row: Iris Hirsch, Vivian Miller, Dorothy Urdangen, Marion Greenwald, Joy Galpern, Devora Schift, Bette Greene, Raye Sobel, Bev Eisenberg, Adele Goldberg Second Row: Delores Edwards, Charlotte Lasarow, Doreen Simon, Sue Braveman, Mrs. Murray, Milli Diamond, Rosamond Garson, Estelle Caplan, Natl Burstein Boflom Row: Nita Herzon, Lillian Helfand, Lenore Sessler, Eileen Bachman, Mary Sherris, Judy Gottlieb, Bev Richter, Jackie Weitzman When the Army withdrew from 308 Armory, thirty- five girls moved into the 'old frat house' and changed the name to Noam Hall. Although the house is new on campus, the girls have participated in many campus activities. The aspiring iournalists-Dot Urdangen, Judy Gottlieb, Sue Brave- man, Sharon Rash, and Natt Burstein have spent their spare time at the lllini office. Devora Schiff entered into W.G.S. athletics, and several Noam Hall girls lllllllll HHLL have given a helping hand to the Navy Technograph Staff. Under the able leadership of Sue Braveman, president, Mille Diamond, vice-president, Adele Goldberg, secre- tary, and Rose Garson, treasurer, the house is carrying on in the typical lndee stride. The high light of Noam Hall's career is its social function. A Christmas dance was given before the vacation which proved to be a great success. Top Row: Joan Howard, Mildred Dudzik, Ramona Fitzpatrick, Lorraine Siemieniec, Mary Abbott, Pat Wallace, Zella Argen- bright, Betty Lampe, Edith Straub Boflom Row: Eunice Dittmer, Dorothy De Met, Charlotte Lietz, Anne Martin, Mary Howley, lrene Kliszczewski, Vilma Pazin lllllllllllllill The lndian lore of l722 brought forth a powerful warlike confederacy known as Onondaga. ln 1944 the modern connotation suggests a powerful house of true Illini maidens. Onondaga girls have gone into the Illini Theatre Guild, The Daily Illini, and individual church organiza- tions. ln order to do their share in the war effort, they 358 have enrolled as Gray Ladies. Onondaga began its social season with a gala Hallowe'en "pop wow," birthday parties, coke dates, and a hayride leading to the "Wigwam Wiggle" on December 2. h The maidens of Onondaga can be identified by white hats lettered with a blue ONDA. PRESBUTERIHH Hllll 405 East John Street Presbyterian Hall, a memorial to the daughters of Mrs. Livia Ball, was established in 1927 as a home for girls while they study at the University of Illinois. A church board determines house policies, while the House Council, composed of the house officers: Phyllis Nelson, Ann Ogan, Mary Potts, Mary Kennedy, and Nancy Gray, meets with Mrs. Welsh each Sunday night to plan business and discuss problems. The sternness of the beautiful "Four Pillars Strong" is somewhat deceiving. Once inside the door one will find friendly, happy girls who enioy participating in such activities as the Illini Union Board and Commit- tees, McKinley Foundation, YWCA, Theatre Guild, Daily Magi, Illini, USO, WGS, WAA. They belong to such honorary societies as Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Iota, ll- lustrators. Last year they had the Valedictorian and the Salutatorian of the graduating class among them. But Presby means more than all this. Presby means memories of singing around the piano, bridge games, spreads and bull sessions, Freshman Walk-out and Fun Week, Senior Breakfast with their spoons from the board, singing "I Love You Truly" to pinned and en- gaged girls. Presby has truly come to be a "home away from home." Top Row: Phyllis Rohde, Patricia Connolly, Jean Long, Jane Kessler, Anne Burster, Jean Lamkey, Helen Newby, Thelma Bullard, Judy Hawks, Phyllis Smith, Helen Peterman, Peggy O'Neill, Marion Agnew Third Row: Maxine Collins, Ann Cozza, Jane Cooke, Paulita North, Helen Moyers, Barbara Anderson, Evelyn Hines, Lois Zornig, Mary Potts, Doris Sewell, Elizabeth Turner, Georgann Logsdon, Katherine Wagner, Marion Hutchins Second Row: Phyllis McMahon, Mary Kennedy, Arlin Dehr, Neva Skoog, Lauralynn Parkerson, Phyllis Nelson, Annabel Ogan, Loris Matthys, lorene Bullard, Mildred Young, Margaret Nevels Boffom Row: Betty Keeran, louise Rice, Mary McDonald, Caroline Rochow, Julia Rochow, Arline Schmidt, Nancy Gray, Mildred Lindsey 359 mgvf . Organized into a girls' house in the fall of '43, yet today, right on top with all the other leading inde- pendent houses on campus, is Reeter Club. The Homecoming dinner for Reeter "alums," the Christmas and Spring formals, a children's party for members ofthe Cunningham home, and a Senior break- fast are a few of the traditions of the house. In war activities Reeter is represented by five USO hostesses, Helen Marie Hawthorne, Doris Kessler, Ra- mona Lubeiko, Rose Sollome and Rosalie Stupka, Rosa- lie is a certified Red Cross Canteen member. The first real achievement was the winning of the lnterhouse Sports trophy in the spring of '44. Other activities in which Reeter girls are active are REETER CLUB 907 South Sixth Street the Spanish club, of which Ramona Lubeiko is treasurer, the McKinley Student Council, of which Jean Hamilton is vice-president, and of which Mary Jane Ritchie is Chairman of Publicity. Not only are the girls at Reeter Club socially inclined, but scholastically as well. Four girls are members of Alpha Lambda Delta: Emily Frank, Mary Jane Ritchie, Ruth Stark and Winona Schroeder. The oFFicers-elect for the fall semester are: Mary Jane Ritchie, president, Ramona Lubeiko, vice-president and social chairman, Winona Schroeder, secretary, Helen Marie Hawthorne, treasurer, and Rosalie Stupka, fresh- man adviser. Top Row: Lois Whitson, Rose Hoskins, Emily Frank, Lorraine Sinkula, Louise Wiersema, Esther Sokolowski Second Row: Doris Kessler, Carolyn Kreiling, Jean Hamilton, Ruth Stark, Audrey Knox, Mary Sterling Bottom Row: Rose Sollami, Helen Hawthorne, Ramona Lubeika, Rosalie Stupka, Mary Ritchie, Winona Schroeder, Dolores Green 360 im Top Row: Josie Herter, Ursula Kuizin, Katherine Shiels, Betty Scott, Frances Baker Second Row: Helen Trummel, Virginia Kimet, Laurel Hruda, Lilo Andersen, Delphine Baldwin Bottom Row: Barbara Bonne, Mary Wilson, Kathleen Frame, Gloria Stremsterfer, Dorothy Ruth REGEIIH-906 CLUB-LE EHHTEHU Big things come in small packages, as is proved by the tact that the girls in these houses are participating in campus activities. The Regena girls not only participate in church ac- tivities, but Virginia Kimet is active in Gamma Delta and Accountancy Club, Mary Wilson is active in Theatre Guild, Helen Trummel is a member of the Agriculfurisf staff, Home Economics Club, and Theatre Guild, and Ursula Kuizin is a member of Theta Sigma Phi. Le Chateau also takes an active part in activities here on campus. Gloria Stremsterfer is on Union recreation, Betty Scott has participated in Club Commons and the W.G.S. Stunt Show, Laurel Hruda is a member of the University band and orchestra, Frances Baker is a mem- ber ofthe O. T. club, and Kathleen Frame is president of the Unitarian Youth Group. Top Row: Jean Block, Shirley Lasser, Ruthe Kagan, Blossom Smargam, Phyllis Saxon, Renee Rossman, Florence Spiesel, Lu- cille Garnitz, lsabelle Axelrod, Betty Balter, Clarice Katz Third Row: Janice Cohn, Byrna Baron, Norma Shudnow, Marilyn Einhorn, Meriam Bahcall, Renee Kaufman, Lorraine Fish- man, Estelle Holleb, Ruth Altshul, Geraldine Fisher, Doris Goldstein, Jane Frankel Second Row: Doris Horner, Natalie Raftel, Sherri Becker, Pauline Chelemer, Helen Auerbach, Toby lgler, Harriet Lazerson, Edith Fisher, Eleanore Fox, Marilyn Spero, Amy Lief Boffom Row: Judy Golter, Harriet Levinson, Geraldine Cohen, Meta Liederman, Claire Stempler, Denalee Benson, Shirley Gloger, Iris 'fork - A busy coed's life is the life for these members. Stud- ies, activities, and dates round out the day. During the school year there are soldier and date parties, bike- hikes, paiama parties, heart sister week, and a host of other house functions. The girls are in a variety of campus honoraries and many are active in campus organizations. Theatre Guild rates high and Reutha REUTHH HUUSE boasts of senior, iunior, and sophomore managers in that organization. Also there are district, sub-district, and various other committee chairmen of W.G.S. The Daily Illini and lllini Union committees are well repre- sented. Helen Auerbach wields the gavel while Edith Fisher acts as social chairman. Minutes are read by Sherri Becker and the treasury is kept by Harriet Lazerson. 361 Among the residents at Ruste Armes are three out- standing men who graduate this year. They are George Smith, Senior Class prexy, active in MIWA, Theatre Guild, Homecoming activities, and the Union Board, but whose real ambition is to be a successful indus- trial designer, Glenn Craft of Architecture School prom- inence, and Ted Bendel who hails from the Law School. lt's been a busy year . . . with Wednesday night trade dinners, hayrides and picnics, successful dances, and the sensational Ballet de la Peux that kept going until RUSTE llRlllES 404 East John Street costumes fell oFf. ln spite of conflicting activities, as well as school work, members managed to have a good time and an unforgettable year. Of course, Lecie Mann, Ruste Armes housemother, deserves the lion's share of the credit for such a successful year. Due to the large number of freshmen that arrived both semesters, and also due to the fact that the upper- classmen were in demand at the draft board, the turn- over was terrific. Top Row: Richard Kosmala, William Cooke, Richard Brodley,VWiIliom James, Donald Martin, Edwin Miles, Jerry Fleischner, William Anderson, Alfred Miller, Browning Jacobs, Hal Wilhorm, Kenneth Beach Second Row: Arthur Lindburg, Ted Bendel, George Smith, Glenn Craft, Nikles Hagopian, Arthur Fairman, Robert Bengel, Walter Spotti Bottom Row: Dan Vincett, William Bryant, James Lowe, Gail Mullen, Russel Davis, Don Hon, Walter Run 362 SHGER HUUSE 307 East John Street Sager House, founded at 504 East John Street by Mrs. Leslie W. Sager, was moved to its present location at 307 East John Street in the fall of 1938. It was or- ganized from the beginning as a member of W.G.S. For twelve years, Friday afternoon teas have been a cherished tradition at Sager House. Hot tea, cookies, and a blazing tire furnish an atmosphere for an after- noon of relaxation and companionship. Another tra- dition which seems to be rated especially high is the annual Harvest Party. lt is held each fall on a Sunday afternoon preceding Thanksgiving. Autumn leaves and flowers furnish the decoration, while pumpkin pie, ,,-4 coffee, apples, and toasted marshmallows provide re- freshment for Sager House girls, their dates, and friends. A glance at the mantle laden with cups and trophies reveals that Sager House has been active in campus activities and has won considerable recognition, while the plaques show that Sager House girls have always won individual recognition for activities and scholarship. This year Sager House had an active part in the or- ganization ofthe lndee party on campus. lt contributed three members to the sophomore campaign committee and one member to the Student Senate. Other girls are active in all the maior campus activities. Top Row: Wyona Nourie, Betty Tate, Jane Cover, Margery Fairbank, LaVerne Brown, Ann Miles, Carol Swanson, Lora Mae Griffith, Joyce Yarnell, Rosemary Rahn Second Row: Marsha Soban, Mildred Ondreciin, Virginia Smith, Barbara Tunnicliff, lrene Krull, Marie Ostrom, Mary Ann Tharp, Doratha Hamil- ton, Roberta Pritchard, Patricia Zogg Boffom Row: Peggy Bard, Betty Winslow, Mary Barthel, Ruth Antes, Mary Lou Coale, Carolyn Steel, Nola Mae Purkey, Jeanette Jacobs, Patricia Smith, Annabel Schiesher 363 Shawnee house is celebrating its sixth year on campus. The Shawnee girls have always been active in student affairs such as Illini Union, Theatre Guild, Daily lllini, Student Senate, W.G.S., W.A.A. dance committees, Alpha Lambda Delta, Torch, and Shorter Board. This year, in addition to other activities, Catherine Palecek was elected president of the sophomore class, the first woman to hold that office in the history of the university. The house was also named the campaign headquarters for the lndee '46 party. ln furthering the war efforts, the thirty-one girls have cooperated with the Nurses' Aide Corps, Red Cross, USO, SHHUJIIEE i004 West Nevada Street and War Chest Drive. Three Shawnee alums are serving in the WAVES and others are planning to ioin on com- pletion of school. As a house, Shawnee has had the usual number of formal, informal, and service dances, an open house tea in the spring, and an Easter party for colored children. The house participates in the Watcheka sing and has made the W.G.S. Honor Roll every year. The house mascot is a fourteen-year old black and white dog named "C.B.," frequently seen in class rooms and eating places on campus. Top Row: Donna Bastis, Margaret Weldon, Eleanor LaForge, Eleanore Greenwood, Betty Synwolt, Phyliss Wyckoff, Mary Lou Stiermert, Jean Voigt, Louise Humphrey Second Row: Georgia Reeder, Eileene Daehler, Mary Lou Meagher, Julie Gravit, Marian Hanselman, Margaret Leefeldt, Gwen O'Niell, Cather- ine Palacek, Vida Kernz, Lura Williams, Maxine Evans Bottom Row: Lillian Lee, Norma Watkins, Julia Pierce, Betty Welty, Rita Eisenrich, Loreta Macklin, Dorothy Caldwell, Margaret Johnson, Dorothy Gasscgne, Anona Gerdes, Karen Kvale 364 SHERLUUUD HllLL 401 East John Street Sherwood Hall was first organized this year, having formerly been the Phi Gamma Delta house. Ofificers for the present year are: President, Anna Campana, Vice- president, Mariorie Faust, Secretary, Murial Stuart, Treas- urer, Cathy Leone, Social co-chairmen, Ruth Baker and Mary Trebellas, and Freshman advisor, Elvira Thouvenot. Starting off the social activities for the year was the November "Harvest Hop,"-the theme being carried out in decoration and refreshments. Other aHairs included a dance forthe Chanute Field Air Cadets, an exchange dinner with a next-door neighbor, Presby Hall, a winter i formal at the Union, held in cooperation with two other houses, and climaxing all, the Spring Formal at the Hall. The house has entered into many campus activities- serving as hostess at the Illini Union at Sunday after- noon tea dances, and participating in the W.G.S. Stunt show. Heart Sister week was observed in the house from December 4 to December 10, during which time all sorts of surprises "popped up" in the form of small gifts and minor tasks for each other. Top Row: Anna Campana, Betty Wilkinson, Evelyn Mando, Barbara Laney, Esther Marley, Arlene Jenny, Doris McLane, Murial Stuart, Glenna Grittith, Mary F. Thometz, Mary Babcock, Mary Jane Weinberg Third Row: Doris Holsman, Loretta Skorupa, Janet Malmgran, Gladys Liddle, Marjorie Faust, Jane Chigier, Norma Gahm, Shirley Peters, Marcie Stibalt, Vivian DeLay, Lois Leek, Jean Dilley, Mary J. Broster Second Row: Erika Falk, Helene Krainovich, Catherine Leone, Mary Steinman, Elvira Thouvenot, Mary Trebellas, Rita Kowalski, Harriet Buchinski, Jeanne Lomax, Ruth Baker Boffom Row: Dorothy Cooney, Fern Farr, Marjorie Huddleton, Gloria Petersen, Gladys Carlson, Helen Jane Williams, Laura Mae Broster 365 'W Jn' T T Qlll 'ill Stonehaven, one of the newly organized independent houses, began the social year with an exchange dinner with the Cosmopolitan Club. On November 4, with a house-warming dance, Stonehaven introduced itself to the campus. The W.G.S. district tea was given as an in- formal "kick-off" party during the afternoon of the Illinois-Michigan game. The girls have taken an active part in many war activities-going regularly to the USO, Red Cross, Chanute Field dances and the S.O.S. The entire house contributed to the War Chest Drive. Christmas was celebrated with an old fashioned party wtih games and dancing. The iuke box and sweaters ST0llEHHVEli 1011 South Sixth Street were the theme of the New Year's dance. During the evening a bridge tournament was held. After the rush of registration the new semester was opened with a bowling party. The losing teams treated the winners to a steak dinner. March was ushered in with a waffle supper, and engagement and birthday parties were scattered throughout the year. The girls participated in many W.A.A. activities, and painted many a scene in Theatre Guild. Stonehaven closed a very successful and happy year with a beautiful Spring Formal. Top Row: Jenice Lupien, Mardelle Workman, Carolyn Stucky, Shirley Springborne, Dorothy Carlyon, Roma Hartman, Else Boheim, Dorothy Seeg- miller, Ruth Calvin, Adeline Rogers Second Row: Margaret Maclaren, Betty Ovresat, Lillian Larson, Madeleine Garrison, Flo Nell Morris, Marilyn Zimny, Mary Musgrave, Mary Anderson, Doris Oltman, Helen Krumsick, Dorothy Finger Boffom Row: Mary Jean Allen, Jacqueline Phillips, Madolyn Workman, Dorothy Pierce, Betty Parrott, Caryl Gramer, Virginia Ge Laz, Ann Mahan, Helen Devlin, Wilma Romick, Lois Newberry 366 STRHTFURIJ HOUSE 311 East Daniel Street They don't spend all their spare time polishing their fifteen trophy cups, but they're proud of them. They don't detour every acquaintance through the Library to show the names of Alice Glennon and Barbara Johnston on the Bronze Tablets, but they'd like everyone to know they are there. Since it was organized in 1935, Stratford House has participated in many maior activities on the campus . . . Theatre Guild, the Stunt Show, Watcheka Sings . . . Its had several officers of W.G.S. . . . It used to shine at pre-war Homecomings in badge sales and decorations. There are Stratford House girls in Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, and numerous honorary and professional fraternities. And they've enioyed making themselves an active part of campus life at the University of Illinois and will continue to do so as long as they are here. The officers of this year include: president, Lorraine lllich, vice-president, Opal Gibson, secretary, Mildred Noble, treasurer, Dorothy Botteron, social chairman, Loretta Pizzini, our housemother, Mrs. M. C. Gragg, and the mascot, "Wags." Top Row: Mina Perisich, Bernie Perisich, Opal Gibson, Loretta Pizzini, Lee Svec, Lillian Misius, Helen Miller, Flo Ranney, Georgette Weiss, Nina Foerester Second Row: Doreen Warman, Dolores Leppla, Virginia Andrews, Jane McConnell, Dorothy Leppla, Joanne Geartts, Norma Anderson, Mildred Noble, Joan Brons, Dorothy Botteron Boffom Row: Dorothy Fink, Eleanor Hallowell, Beverly Lundegard, Lucille Serepinas, Barbara Rice, Jane Rhine, Jackie Murphy, Wags, Lorraine lllich 367 Imagine-Girls living in a fraternity house!!! . . . A strange phenomenon but nevertheless a true fact. The Chi Psi fraternity house, under the name of Terrace Manor, is now an independent house for girls. At first the idea seemed a little fantastic but it has become a usual thing around the campus. With ruffled curtains, perfume bottles, shrieking female voices, nick-nacks, and "hen-parties," the atmosphere has become more feminine. Familiar phrases such as, "Phone for Sue," "who wants a blind date?" and "Joan, your 'man' is downstairs," echo through the halls. The final touch is added by the presence of "unmentionables" hanging up to dry. Our social events started off with a house-warming TERRHEE lllllllllll 912 South Second Street dance, and included a Holiday formal and the tra- ditional hay-ride. Hard work and pleasure has com- prised one year of a well-rounded life. At the beginning of the year we elected Alyce Apoyan as our president, our vice-president is Eleanor Wilfred, Audrey Cranzell has handled the secretary's position, while our able treasurer has been Sue Sheri- dan. The freshman advisor for Terrace Manor is Marcia Good. Terrace Manor has activity girls, too. Lois Proctor and Alyce Apoyan teach dancing for the Wednesday night dancing classes at the Union, and Nancy Blake- more and Lorraine Diers slave daily at the Illini. Top Row: Virginia Soklik, Angela Winkley, Patricia Delaney, Sue Sheridan, Gloria Hudson, Patricia Taylor, Alyce Apoyan, Lorraine Diers, Nancy Blakemore, Lois Proctor Third Row: Jean Freiburg, Mary Cunningham, Corrine Williams, Marie Marek, Sophia Frangias, Sarah Bartholomew, Donna Buckler, Shirley Gray, Christine Mau, Marianna Minnich, Janet Auer, Jane Youngiohns Second Row: Patricia Schultz, Joan Neff, Mavis Westgor, Elizabeth Klaus, Doris Higginson, Regina Sporrey, Mariorie Westaby, Mary Stearns, Marcia Good, Gloria McDermott, Margaret McCarthy Bottom Row: Martha Jones, Eleanor Wilfred, Helen Weck, Hazel Youngiohns, Delphine Wavruk, Mary Gerdes, Mary Jane Martin, Camille DiBella, Audrey Kranzow, Ann Champenois 368 . thi Top Raw: Patricia Kirk, Nancy Bruce, Barbara Besenfelder, Ruth Streid, Marie Zralek, Sara Smith, Rowena Andrews Bottom Row: Eva Lou Amberg, Harriet Staley, Carolyn Schertz, Jo Birckelbaw, Dorothy Edwards, Mary Jane Hyland, Joyce Keslinger THRH HHLL When you think of Tara Hall, you see a quiet, peace- ful edifice, passive and restful-that is the Tara Hall of which Margaret Mitchell wrote. However, she didn't have a group of exhuberant college girls living in her hall, where youth and liveliness are the passwords. Just this year it hung up its shingle and celebrated its second birthday since it became incorporated as "Tara Hall," population, fourteen. This infant of two years is situated on one of the busiest corners in Urbana and its presence here helps to make it so. Much can't be said of its record as it is too young, but one of these days you will be hearing from Tara Hall. Top Row: Margery Bonnes, Winifred Cisar, Jane Buckman, Barbara Price, Margery Franklin, Frances Wacaser, Deloris Klein, Malvina Bartosiewicz, Roberta Trisch, Ellen Hansen, Johan Donald, Dorothy Paradise Third Row: Maxine Cederwall, Margery Halpin, Mary Dell Groves, Marilyn Walker, Jean Barnett, Charlotte Bretscher, Anna Marie Halpin, Norma Wallis, Frieda Volkman, Joan Baker, Miriam Albrecht Second Row: Carswella Arnold, Ruth Kucera, Peggy Welsh, Jean Mauzy, Mrs. Genevieve Mauzy, Deloris Bodz, Juanita Humphrey, Beth Howell, Low Dean Dorris Firsf Row: E. Marguerite Kallstrom, Harriet Harlin, Marilyn Francis, Ellen Lauder, Shirley Kautz, Laverne Nowakwoski, Leah McQueen, Alice Johnson, Jane McClure Trelawney is the temporary name for the Alpha Delta Phi house. Although the Alpha Delts shudder at the thought of frilly curtains in every window, the house is a charming place for the forty girls who now live there. The spacious and beautiful parlor with the huge fire- place is a perfect setting for-yes, the bridge players, TRElHlllllE9 who fiendishly play the game at all hours. We must not forget to mention the most popular girl in the house -our delightful housemother, Mrs. Mauzy. Friendly girls and a charming housemother make Trelawney a pleasant home. 369 -. - w-.- 5-,Q e - 'N -.,,,-,A , . - , .vs-':."Ze ' - . Eat .41 1, ..'3..i . - , .4 October finally came and with it hundreds of coeds to the University of lllinois. Changes had taken place. Fraternity houses still stood and were occupied not by the army this year, few by fraternity men, but many by girls. Such is the story of the Sigma Phi Epsilon house. New girls, transfer students, and former Illini stormed within its portals to make it their home. With feminine accessories, dance programs, and knickknacks of forty- seven girls, a transformation took place. The former Sig Ep house became known as Twin Gables. Both service and social functions were held this year. TlUlll GHBLES l'lO5 South Fourth Street One of the brightest spots on the calender of Twin Gables was the crowning of Donna Shad as Queen of the Victory Ball. The officers for the year were: president, Patricia Owens, vice-president, Patricia Murphy, secretary, Ruth Day, and treasurer, Marie Walsh. No longer are there footballs, pipes, and other masculine knacks lying around the house, but kerchiefs, "bobbie pins," and compacts take their place. There's never a dull moment at Twin Gables. l Top Row: Ellen Kirk, Jeanne Homm, Billy Walker, Marilyn Walsh, Jeanne Saaby, June Meers, Miriam Barr, Frances Plagge, Alice Deakun, Eliza- beth Hill, Mrs. Hazel Smith Fitth Row: Dorothy Knaus, Shirley Phillips, Katherine Felt, Florence Karwacki, Margaret Storm, Helen Evans, Marilyn Hopkins Fourth Row: Teresa Schumann, Marguerite Elledge, Delores Donahue, Joann Fisher, Virginia Stinespring, Nan Mclafferty, Donna Schnd Third Row: Betty Camp, Leona Amacher, Thelma Rhodes, Margaret Woods, Joyce Hamilton, Marilyn V. Hopkins, Rita Horn Second Row: Ruth Murchison, Barbara Crawford, Mickey Zuliani, Germaine Waller, Lorraine Gundersen, Shirley Livingstone, Natalie Finch, Jean MacGregor Bottom Row: Ruth Day, Ver Jean Dueringer, Mary Lower, Pat Owens, Charity Milligan, Patricia Murphy, Marie Walsh 370 LUHRIIER Hllll 1106 West Oregon Street Established in 1922, Warner Hall has since had a long record of activities and scholarship on campus. lt has been an organized house and member of WGS since soon after that organization's beginning. Four times the presidents of WGS were Warner Hall girls, and on the honor plaques of the house there are many girls listed on Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Torch, and various other honoraries. Gals at Warner Hall are blessed with brains, skills, and dates. This makes an all-around house. Each year Warner Hall enters the YWCA Doll Show, WGS Sing, and the stunt show, and the girls are kept busy planning the two annual formal dances, other informal dances, Christmas carol-singing party, Heart Sister Week, and Senior Breakfast which are now a part of the house traditions. Since the first WGS Honor Council Plaque was un- veiled, Warner Hall has been named on it each year. lts record of high scholarship, activity work and service to the University is the goal of the girls this year as it has always been. Nr ,wmqww Tap Row: Jean Brock, Billie McCray, Helen Spanabel, Barbara Witmer, Betty Cripe, Ruth Honzak, Elinor Borgstedt, Roma Cessna, Betty Norberg Second Row: Jane Smith, Ann Hornak, Myra Milbach, Joyce Brumback, Jewel Cisar, Helen Stukas, Jane Tavenner, Louise Smiley, Marie Freice Boffom Row: Della Ridsdale, Virginia Lapse, Marie Reace, Janice Baxter, lrmgard Anthofer, Jean Finger, Pauline Raines, Claire Pistor, Loraine Krbec, Mae Domanski 371 This is the first year that the Delta Sigma Phi house has been open to women. lt is called Webster Hall after the housemother, Mrs. Jessie Webster. The girls that make up this grand group are all at Illinois in order to further their education in the field in which they are most interested. Their courses vary from Liberal Arts cmd Sciences to Physical Education. The officers of this new residence are Janice Carter, presi- dent, Marion Smolen, secretary-treasurer, and Phyllis Cruzen, social chairman. Homecoming was a gala event this year, with all the alumni visiting Delta Sig, only to find it occupied 'VS UIEBSTER Hlll.l lO6 East Daniel Street by women. They were quite happy and well pleased to find that their house was still full of life and activity, in fact, going strong! Webster's first dance was the weekend of Armistice Day. lt was quite a success, and so with this encouragement, the girls are planning more activities for this year. Even though it is their home, the girls at Webster Hall hope with all their hearts that after the war the Delta Sigs can return once again to this house which has meant "home" to the "fellas" and now means "home" to the girls. 'ii 7'1 T. -,--.....'i infgl '- ls. Top Row: Virginia Powers, Jean Adcock, Shirley Goodman, Camille Chaddick, Amanda Dwyer, Marion Smolen, Barbara Holland, Ramonde Schobinger, Elaine Taylor, Norma Shuster Sefond ROW! Elllcbelh AUSNI1, Jane Farree, Margaretha Smith, Dorothy Greiert, Donna Smith, Carol James, Carol Laegeler, Marye Faye Skelly, Jeanne Ruzek, Margaret Hauter, Bettie Brown Bottom Row: Helen Anderson, Barbara Dunn, Barbara Davis, Janice Carter, Shirley Cook, Marguerite Lauria, Phyllis Cruzen, Constance Roark, Margaret Davison 372 LUELSH HUUSE 1005 West Nevada Street The year 1944-45 finds the girls of Welsh House carrying on the traditions of living the lives of active, spirited, loyal Illini. One finds them sharing in the honors as well as the fun in the fields of scholarship, activities, and leadership. They have a Shorter Board member, four Torch members, two iunior managers of Theatre Guild, four lllini Union maior chairmen, and the vice-president of W.G.S. Two members of Phi Omicron Epsilon, the president of the iunior class, the vice-president of the senior class, three district chair- men of W.G.5., two members of Phi Chi Theta, and .5-,.-....i.-,.....-A- -.. ...V -V . . . the vice-president of the Student Senate, all give an indication of the ability and interest of the girls this year in the campus life about them. A scholastic aver- age, the first semester of last year of 4.06 placed them in third place among all W.G.S. houses. Since the war they've even broadened the field and taken time to con- tribute to the national need of energetic Americans in the way of bandage rolling, U.S.O. work, and nurses- aides. Welsh house is living up to and building beyond the standards set by the girls of previous eight years, and Illinois coeds of the past seventy-four years. Top Row: Barbara Heinz, Dorothy J. Galbreath, Gilda M. Hasemeyer, Winifred Crookston, Marian E. Fillingham, La Verne Jackson, Mary A. Lambert, M. Nancy Girhard, Betty L. Stubblefield, Elizabeth L. Hyde Third Row: Charlene Wing, Joan Brissenden, Joan Lustig, Maxine L. Westberg, Jane Bonker, Mary A. Pfeiffer, Floyetta C. Wheeler, Margaret R. Stewart, Mary L. Shearer. Second Row: Mary A. Massey, Winifred M. Stabenow, Nancy L. Nesbitt, Elizabeth J. Browning, Cora E. Young, Bette J. Beidelman, Monica Wolf, lrene Babicz, Carol Hasemeyer Bottom Row: Frances Baker, Mareta Christ, Margo Shay, Joyce Adams, Rita Oldham, Joan Cass, Maxine McGinnis, Jean Williamson 373 ln September of l940, Carl Chapman, a transfer student from Blackburn College, conceived the idea that there should be a men's residence designed to provide a high standard of living at a minimum cost on the University of Illinois campus. Aided by his Blackburn colleagues, and wholeheartedly backed by Dean Earl Thompson of Student Housing, he headed the organization at the site of 7l2 Oregon with a mem- bership of twenty-four. The following year Wenatchee moved to 805 West Pennsylvania with forty-four mem- bers. One year later, Wenatchee was granted a Charter by the University designating it as being an approved cooperative house, by virtue of having been provided lllEllllTEHEE HOUSE 805 West Pennsylvania Street with proper study conditions, moral surroundings, a competent house-mother, and a high standard of living with a twenty-five dollar per month cost per person. Wenatchee oFfers a fraternal atmosphere. The work of maintenance is handled entirely by the members, and the interior government operates in a democratic manner, rotating its executive oFficers each semester. Chronologically, Wenatchee was the third approved "co-op" on this campus. The war has threatened the closing of the house each semester for over a year. However, through the ambition of its members, it has remained open and is the only men's cooperative house that is open this year. Top Row: Keith Parks, Tom Kubelius, James Mohan, Don Bowers, James Garner, Norris Norbeck, John Davenport, Bernard Laux, Ed Brooks, Art Wykes, Fred Jacobeit, Lloyd Ireland, Charles McLaughlin Second Row: Fred Seekomp, Mel Ott, Ed Komps, Bob Wear, Bob Mclntosh, Herb Thompson, George Lawrence, Herb Kohler, Lyndel Stark, Roy- mond Esposito, Tom Sublette, Adrien Delforge Bottom Row: Frank Williams, Bob Chenalloy, Vance Wilson, Jim Johnson, Wessley Peterson, Mrs. Florence Godfrey, Walter Trapp, Keith Jordan, Bill Wylon, Dick Jones 374 l l Top Row: Helen Knezevich, Terry Turner, Marion Holmbeck, Lucille Parks Second Row: Betty Fredrickson, Lillian Vidovich, Joan Williams, Roberta Webb, Eleanor Vidavich Boffom Row: Laverne Hinton, Ann Uzelac, Josephine Spegal, Patricia Laughlin, Josephine Lindsay, Isabelle Morello LUESTHIRE Westaire has been in existence only four years- but a terrific amount of memories have piled up in that time. The old friends of Westaire-gals now oFf the campus and pals who have scattered over the world- say they look back and chuckle over the memory of house dances, song-fests, teas, open houses, and so on and on through four years of fun. And iust this past year, some of those friends came back to a Westaire Homecoming tea-a gay, brightly decorated tea-orange and blue from welcoming posters right down to the pastry. lt was Homecoming fun for all, yet it really meant more to everyone, for it was the making of another treasured Illini-Westaire Memory. Ly- 34 ." mfr Q, rscvri. ,T -4 1.1.-nie L Top Row: Bonnie Da Vito, Jeanne Dodd, Dorothy Collier, Mrs. Woods, Adell Turner, Kathleen Doig, Marilouise Sloan, Gloria Moculeski, Marian Buczak, Gwen Steinkuehler, Betty Manley, Ann Manley Second Row: June Faulkner, Angela Gilchresl, Audrey Barnes, Miriam Morgan, Mary Jane Wilson, Florence Krase, Geraldine Moodie, Elizabeth Larrance, Wilma Lee Benson, Reba Davis, Jane Monahan, Janice Brown Boffom Row: Grace Erikson, Ruth Geipel, Irene Barcy, Olga Drewnicky, Marian Lumpkin, Jean Goldsmith, Wilmogene Alli- son, Marilyn Pickard, Janet Herrmann, Nita Reuland Wyngate House, situated at the corner of John and Second streets and composed largely of transfer stu- dents and freshmen, made its initial appearance as a women's independent house this year. This fall found it humming like a dynamo from the very start. The Dad's Day dinner was the first social function and the dads present seemed to enioy it im- lU!lllGllTE HOUSE mensely. lt also had the "Harvest Hop" in November with a group of sailors from Company D in the Navy V-l2 unit on campus, and an exchange dance the latter part of the year with a men's independent house. Wyngate is proud of its housemother and dad with their little three and -one-half year old daughter, Mary, who has stolen the hearts of Wyngate girls. 375 Take a Swedish house mother, a congenial group of women, and a spirit of participation and the result is Whyte Pillars. These women have been active in many activities and have made a name for themselves and their house, newly organized this year. They were in on everything from WILL and Theatre Guild to Illini Union committees. With a Homecoming open house to which parents and friends on campus were invited, Whyte Pillars began a year of social activities which included a Hallowe'en wiener roast, dances and teas. The women acted as hostesses at a Union coffee hour. IUHUTE PILLHRS llll South First Street Whether phone duty or house committees, the women of Whyte Pillars did their part willingly under President Carol T. Brand. Songleader Jan Engel and her un- limited supply of college songs drew them together in many an after-dinner sing. Betty Lipari was an efficient W.S.S.F. chairman, Jean Howerton handled Home- coming badge sales. Whyte Pillars is another of the "Frat houses," which was transformed into an abode of long tresses, "sloppy Joe's," and plaid skirts. Pipes, Petty girls, and engi- neering books have been discarded for pin-ups of Ty Power, perfume, and other feminine luxuries. Top Row: Dorothy Rick, Dixie Lee Glazebrook, Thora Waters, Janet Engel, Isabell Holmgren, Jean Howerton, LaVeryl Frerichs, Kathryn Freda, Patibell Heims Second Row: Caroline Baker, Beverly Walker, Carolyn Bradshaw, Betty Lipari, Helen Lehmann, Suzanne Keller, Marjorie Watkins, Miriam Graham, Audrey Kaspar, Marie Dugas Bottom Row: Phyllis Schwab, Margaret Barett, Jean Eckert, Betiiean Scanlin, Carol Brand, Ruby Benson, Florence DeSenzo, LaVonne Rehbein, Margaret Bremer, Virginia Strathman 376 It's formal . . . with McKinley ond Presby doin' the honors 4 Lei's go on cz hoyride! Your deal. .. ... Wham: life! IIIIJEES HT PLHU . . . Everybody sings at Whyte Pillars 377 5714 JW IIUIIZ XA I A , .Y In , , ' I -L. I' 5 I R ,4 '1' , 2 R 1, . ff . -H ay -5. 1, I. K.. . ., "'-V x , 'RTE I: I 78 ETH ET JO ANNE BOOKER FRANCIS ALBERT BOYLE MARGARET WOODROE BOYLE HAROLD CLINTON RICHARD JAMES DIVILBISS SIDNEY EPSTIEN PETE FENOGLIO ROBERT EARL FISH CECIL FREIREICH WARREN FRANKLIN GOODELL, HARRIET EVELYN HENDERSON HORACE EDWARD HOOD FREDERICK LOUIS KAHL SHELDON JOSEPH LEAVITT ELIZABETH ANN LIVESAY CARL WILLIANA BERNARD LOESEKE GORDON WALLACE MCCLURE ALBERTA CAROL MENZEL VERONICA JOAN O'NEIL ANNE ELIZABETH PARRY MARVIN PAULSHOCK MARGARET LOVIOE PHILLIPS VERNE KETA PURCELLE MARILYN MERLE RANKIN JEANETTE ROSS HAROLD LINCOLN SHICK JOHN CLAUDE SCHUDER RUTH VIRGINIA SHAFF SHIRLEY ANNA SMITH WILMA JEAN THOMAS MIRIAM RUTH THRALL VEIKKO KALERVO VIITANEN BU RNHAM FOWLER WALRAVEN MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS ELIZABETH ANN WOLFE SEHULHSTIC HUHURS More than ever in these years of war, is the value of true learning realized in preparing intelligent citizens for the world of the future. Scholastic honor recognizes those students who have distinguished themselves by outstanding scholarship . . . little keys of metal, their symbols. Surrounding these symbols in tradition at lllinois are Honors Day each spring, set aside to recognize the highest ranking students in their respective classes . . . Bronze Tablet . . . placed on library walls . . . the upper two per cent of the entire university . . . its reward, the University of lllinois scholarship key . . . the five national hon- oraries founded at lllinois . . . Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Tau Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon. lt is only fitting, therefore, that on the following pages we place the names of those students who, to the highest degree of excellence, have learned to acquire knowledge. 79 iff .Y Phi Kappa Phi is the only all-university scholastic honorary at Illinois. Eligible students are elected from all colleges and schools ot the University. Membership is restricted to the upper twentieth Ifive percentl or less of the graduating class. A student must be a senior to be eligible for election. There are forty-nine active chapters of Phi Kappa Phi. Chapter president for the year I9-45 was Elmer Roberts. DONALD AUTEN ROCHELLE HELLA BONDY EDWARD R. BOWER JAMES ROBERT BRECKINRIDGE BARBARA CAMP RICHARD L. CONKLIN DAVID HERBERT DONALD EDWARD ELISBERG ARDIS ILENE ELLRICH EDITH FISHER HOMER BENJAMIN FREESE PATRICIA MILLER FREYMAN ELEANORE M. GREENWOOD A. JEANNE HARMON CAROL I. HASEMEYER JOANNE HUTCHINSON HILLS NORMAN BLAIR JONES DORIS A. JUDSON DAVID KAHN HARRY S. KAHN CAROL ANN KOEHLER DOROTHY MARTIN BETTY JANE MATHEWS EUGENE K. MAUN GLORIA MAZZIA ALICE LEE MESERVE DONALD MICHELS ALLAN GEORGE MUELLER CARL FREEMAN MUELLER PHYLLIS L. NELSON BETTY LOU NOLEN ETHEL M. OLENDORPH GERALD PERMAN JEANETTE F. PHILLIPS FREDERICK REIS MARGARET ANNE ROBBINS HENRY RUEHR SIDNEY L. RUSHAKOFF HELEN B. SHER GUNTHER S. STENT ROSE ANNE STEWART FORREST C. STROME, JR. HOWARD RAYMOND SWIFT CHARLOTTE McCRARY UPTON EDWIN A. WHALIN, JR. KATHRYN L. WINDER GLORIA C. WINSLOW MICHAEL WITANOWSKI VIRGINIA S. YENERICH O PHI H K PPH PHI Top Row: Fred Lindstrom, Jared Davis, Frank Holecek, Richard Ball, Alan Weber, Royce Beckett, Fred Liederbach Bottom Row: John Harder, Raymond Albert, Gerald Jenkins, Robert Hayes, Richard O'Berto, Michael Martus Not in Panel: Robert Fouts, Edward Kane, Ralph Porter, Edward Whalin Pl THU SlGlllll Pi Tau Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois Only the upperclassmen of the highest rank are in the year 1915. Pi Tau Sigma seeks to honor out- asked to become members. There are thirty-three active standing scholarship in mechanical engineering and chapters of Pi Tau Sigma. Chapter president for the promote the professional welfare of its members. year 1945 was Michael Martus. PHI sem l4nPPn Phi Beta Kappa was founded at William-,and Mary College in the year 1776. Phi Beta Kappa seeks to honor outstanding scholarship among students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Only up- perclassmen of highest scholastic rank are asked to become members. There are one hundred forty-one active chapters of Phi Beta Kappa. Dorothy Hendel Ebi and Margaret Anne Robbins hold the Phi Beta Kappa scholarships. Martha Corkery Joan L. Crist Dorothy H. Ebi Lyda M. Ecke Paul N. Ellis William R. Hatchard Mary O. Hillis Joanne H. Hills John A. Howsman Mary A. Lambert Larayne B. Lipsker Marcia S. Locke Eugene K. Maun Doris R. Moionnier N: L: 1 Us '1 E 2412.5 .Tj ' """"13"" 5 C2 Z Dorothy J. Munz Phyllis L. Nelson Ethel M. Oldendorph Stanley M. Parmeter Jean P. Picard Louise M. Proehl Floyd L. Ramp Margaret A. Robbins Nora E. Sauer Edith Sered Helen B. Sher Mariorie M. Spain Jacqueline A. Stanhope Gunther S. Stent Mathilda M. Sternfeld Rose A. Stewart Joan T. Stuit Margaret L. Thomas Patricia Thrasher James T. Venerable Martha L. Wayne Rosanna G. Webster George T. Wedding Margaret J. Wiley Vivian Wolfman Leora D. Wood Virginia S. Yenerich 381 Pl lllU EPSlL0ll Elva Atherton Ben F. Aycock, Jr. William J. Bailey Richard W. Ball Robert Bauman Ralph G. Beaman James Boswell Samuel Boyd Bradley Burson Donald M. Burness Richard Conklin Shirley Crass David Curtin Joseph A. Dammann Hallie Paxton Davis Samuel Dzik Nelson R. Easton Robert D. Emmick Helen Friend Eleanore M. Greenwood Robert Hanmer Harry F. Herbrandson Clyde Hobart Helen P. Hoffman Horace Hood L. Fredric Hough Melvin W. Jackson Robert Jones Doris A. Judson Bedros Kayayan Wilbur Kaye G. Roger Livesay Scott MacKenzie, Jr. Martha L. McPheeters Everett Maynert Jeanette Phillips Robert W. Powers Robert Reitsema Edgar Rogier Jean-Paul Picard George D. Sands Paul V. Smith Warren Smith Laurie Snell Gunther Stent Howard Swift Myrtle L. Thomas William B. Treumann Otis L. Updike, Jr. Harold Wandling Janet Weston PHI LHlI'lBllH UPSlL0ll William Bailey Robert Bauman Laurence F. Beste Aleck Borman Samuel N. Boyd Donald M. Burness Robert K. Clark Minor J. Coon David Y. Curtin Robert J. Dearborn N. R. Easton Robert Emmick H. E. Frier Robert Gander John J. Giachetto Edgar Howard William Jackson Robert Jones Peter Kovacic Eliott Marvell John A. Mattern .382 Eugene Maun Everett W. Maynert Jack Mills Alfred L. Oppegard William Parham Robert Parry Robert W. Powers Lester Reed Robert H. Reitsema George D. Sands Paul V. Smith, Jr. Gardner Stacy Gunther Stent Albert Strong Earle Van Heyningen Bernard H. Velzen Fred C. Woodward Mark M. Woyski John Young John B. Zeigler Pi Mu Epsilon was founded at Syra- cuse University in the year l9l4. Pi Mu Epsilon seeks to honor outstanding scholarship and interest in mathematics. Only upperclassmen of the highest scholastic rank become members. There are forty active chapters of Pi Mu Epsilon. Chapter president for the year l945 was Richard W. Ball. Phi Lambda Upsilon was founded at the University of Illinois in the year 1899. Phi Lambda Upsilon seeks to honor outstanding scholarship and encourage original research in all branches of pure and applied chem- istry. Only upperclassmen of the high- est scholastic rank are asked to be- come members. There are thirty-eight active chapters of Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chapter president for the year l945 was Bernard H. Velzen. r x , 4 llltliw f Gargoyle was founded at Cornell University in the year 1902. Gargoyle seeks to honor and encourage outstanding scholarship among its members. Only upperclassmen of the highest scholastic rank in the School of Archi- tecture are asked to become members. There are three active chapters of Gargoyle. Chapter secretary for the year 1945 was Charles E. Stade. GHRGUULE Joseph Barrow Louis Huebner Warren R. Pesci Robert P. Simon Charles E. Stade John A. Wendell KHPPH THU HLPHH Kappa Tau Alpha was founded at the University of Missouri in the year 1910. ,Kappa Tau Alpha seeks to honor and encourage outstanding scholarship in the School of Journalism. Only upperclassmen of the high- est scholastic rank are asked to become members. There are eighteen active chapters of Kappa Tau Alpha. Chapter president for the year 1945 was Professor Lawrence W. Murphy. Patricia Miller Freyman Jean Harmon Marilyn Hight Meri Jean Stout 383 Top Row: Richard Trefny, Frank Urbancic, Leland Cross, Guy McCune, James Carruth, Morton Pinsky, Alfred Miller, Arthur Demeter, Harlow Staley, Robert Wilson, William Welsh Second Row: Torcome Sahakian, Harold Ward, Rolf Scharenberg, James Nakada, Norman Holtzman, Marvin Weiss, Robert Cartmill, Lawrence Saxon, David Rabinov, Franklin Feder, Phillip Fleishman, Albert Gopaul Third Row: Mark Robinson, William Davies, Frank Perkins, James Landis, Charles Cline, Morton Comess, James Hogan, Thomas Rader, Lloyd Koritz, Glenn Koertge, Leslie Henriques Fourfh Row: John Jacobsen, Stanley Bauman, Eugene Strull, Albert Sedeen, William Vicinus, Thomas Woodley, George Summers, Gerald Ber- trand, Joe LaPalombara, Arnold Kaplan, Martin Asch, Jerome Goldberg Boffom Row: Charles Reace, Donal Koppel, Frank Long, Robert Purdy, Dean Fred H. Turner, Col. Leonard C. Sparks, Dean Mathew T. McClure, Dean Charles M. Thompson, Dean Albert J. Harno, Major William G. Kreger, Dean Edward E. Stafford, Richard Kosobud Nof in Panel: Charles Faculkner, Henry Hauser, George Vondra, Hugo Bertini, Julius Brzezinski, William Evers, Donald Fox PHI ETH SlGlllll Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois by Q Dean Thomas Arkle Clark in the year 1923. Phi Eta Sigma i D encourages high scholarship among freshmen men. Those Q men making a 4.5 average or better at the semester's end are asked to become members. Phi Eta Sigma is the only honorary open to freshmen men. There are forty-nine active chapters of Phi Eta Sigma. Chapter president for the year 1945 was William Vicinus. 384 Top Row: June Baum, Lorene Carothers, Shirley Horwitz, Atha Tehon, Martha Swain, Charlotte Neville, Kathryn Cobb, Patricia Starke, Betty Briggs, Virginia Hiller, Loretta Kientzle, Mary Lou Barber Second Row: lda Mae Farlow, Doris Bailey, Mary Gochanour, Frances Taylor, Ann Krull, Florence Zellmer, Bernice Richter, Mary Lou Roberts, Sara Linsley, Margaret Waldo, Ruth Weinard, Joyce Osborne, Barbara Moody Third Row: Jane Keilholz, Joan Clark, Kay Seed, Fredrica Karber, Laura Benner, Joan Baldry, Mary Rueter, Nadine Cameron, Mary Manger, Carol Swanson, Betty Norberg, Mary Ritchie, Joan Price, Wanda Eidelman Fourth Row: Phyllis Rarick, Joanna Cavanee, Barbara Gulley, Joan Gagan, Norma Kaplan, Ruth Saposnik, Shirley Esenther, Eileene Daehler, Sylvia Helper, Suzanne Zechman, Catherine Palecek, Shirley Bold, Frances Saterlee, Margaret Anderson, Shirley Cruse Bottom Row: Dean Leonard, Winona Schroeder, Ann Noble, Jean Judd, Betsy Ladd, Florence Lynn, Janice Baxter, Mary Homrighous, Betty Berg, Mary Tredinnick, Betty Joseph, Eleanor Howell, Toni Tomic, Roselle Osoft, Loeta Zoeller, Mrs. Faber Not in Panel: Carolyn Barrett, Virginia Bowton, Betty Cordes, Marie Dugas, Elizabeth Evans, Margaret Fitton, Laura Fleischman, Delores Golpfert, Joyce Gothwaite, Augusta Knoepfelmacher, Charlotte Krasne, Esther Little, Patricia Murphy, Peggy O'Neill, Elsa Paul, Francis Phillips, Mary Potts, Betty Reamer, Dorothy Rogers, Phyllis Saxon, Marilyn Sedgwick, Elaine Sell, Ruth Stork, Rosemary Storm, Joan Tankel, Mary Lou Worley HLPHH LlllllBlJlI DELTH Alpha-,Lambda Delta was 'founded at the University of Illinois by Dean Maria Leonard in the year 1923. Alpha waff- kl N Lambda Delta seeks to encourage high scholarship among ' nm freshmen women. Those women making a 4.5 average or better at the semester's end are asked to become members. Alpha Lambda Delta is the only honorary open to freshmen women. There are forty-seven active chapters of Alpha Lambda Delta. Chapter president for the year 1945 was Mary Homrighous. 385 .Q-ns, f--fl ET' Q' fiat W ... . f 192 x ii 2 ffl... ,,, we J Rs . :ii Q it? - Top Row: Raymond Albert, William Frey, Richard Ball, John Harder, Walter Crum, John Giachetto, Wendell Wilson Bolfom Row: August Uttich, Lowell Ackmann, Norman Jones, Richard Medal, Richard Conklin, Paul Monohon, Leroy Buzan, Robert I.aPlante Nof in Panel: Royce Beckett, Donald Hamer, Hershel Herzog, Frederick Liederbach, Ralph Porter, Paul THU BETH Pl f at f so T 386 Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in the year l885. Tau Beta Pi seeks to honor those who have dis- tinguished their Alma Mater by outstanding scholarship and high character as undergraduates in engineering. These stu- dents are asked to become members. Tau Beta Pi is scholastic honorary for the students in the College of Engineering. There are seventy-six active chapters of Tau Beta Pi. Chapter president for the year 1945 was N. B. Jones. BETH Glillllllil Sllilllll Beta Gamma Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois in the year 1913. Beta Gamma Sigma honors and encourages outstanding scholarship among students in the College of Commerce and Business Administration. Only upperclassmen of highest scholastic rank are asked to become members of Beta Gamma Sigma. There are forty-seven active chapters of Beta Gamma Sigma. Chapter president for the year 1945 was Prof. Alta Gwinn Saunders. lbw' -1fi.,..-,s EENIAX in-,I I 4 li: ' 'rf is ll Avonne Lucretia Andrews Carol Irene Hasemeyer Bernadette Peskind Mischa Cohen Elaine Hedges Wilma Pratt Robert Keith DiVaIl Virginia Wight Hedges Margaret Ruth Stewart Ardls I Ellrlch Howard Jerome Kasik 87 I , Q 313.55 at wi J E Torch, iunior honorary far activity women, marches in the 1944 May Day pageant. mmm 'swim i E i HllllUllHlilES llllll PRUFESSIUHHLS As in all phases of college life, the consequences of war have taken their toll of the campus honorary and professional fraternities, chiefly through de- creased enrollment. However, although this has forced some of them to be- come inactive for the duration, the remaining 24 are a tribute to the spirit of the University and to their own firm foundations in endeavor and achievement. Perhaps the results have not been so great as might have been expected, for these organizations now are more than ever a part in the student life. Those whose will to learn is recognized by invitation to membership are those who realize their duty in the world to come and who are eager to perform that duty to the best of their abilities, they are those citizens of the future who have a hope and belief in progress and in a greater and better civiliza- tion. To bring together students interested in particular fields . . . to develop ideals of service, loyalty and friendship . . . to advance learning and achieve- ment . . . to foster character . . . to encourage and promote high standards . . . all have been the aims of these groups, and, therefore, in spite of the wqr, they will continue to be an important influence in University life. 9 THE HELUUNTHIILU CLUB The Accountancy Club was established for mutual profit and pleasure by a group of students who were attracted by common interests in the field of account- ing. The organization attempts to foster and maintain a sincere interest in the accounting science. This is ac- complished by holding four or five meetings a semester at which meetings, either members of the faculty or businessmen give talks relating to accountancy. The club is one of the few academic societies that has been able to continue operating during war-time conditions. It has been able to operate because of the interest taken in the club by a small group of students and faculty members. One of the main reasons that the Accountancy Club has been able to operate so successfully is the very able guidance of the faculty members. All accounting professors are members of the club., One of them is the club sponsor, Doctor Theiss. During the last few years, membership in the club has decreased to about one-fourth of its prewar size. lt was because of this decrease that the entrance re- quirement of credit in two semesters of accountancy was changed to one semester's credit. OFFICERS Rod Luther . . . .......... ...... P resident Ardis Ellrich . . ..... Vice-President Wilma Pratt . . . ...... Secretary-Treasurer Mary Graves . . . . .Corresponding Secretary Top Row: lsaac Little, Shen-Sui Tsai, Leslie Henriques, Louis Hesselberg, William Thompson, Ralph Ordman, Howard Crowther, David Jadwin, Sam Budwig, Bernard Golan, Phillip Fleishman Fifth Row: Ruth Breese, Shirleen Kallembach, Martha Telling, Barbara Dickson, Nadine Cameron, Leota Zoeller, Betty Stubblefield, Annabelle Elliott, Helen Mitchel, Nancy Nesbitt, Mary Graves Fourth Row: Kathryn Einbecker, Mary Carter, Shirley Leiner, Emma Welch, Loretta Rueter, Carol Hasemoyer, Elizabeth Browning, Frank Chap- man, Wesley Peterson, William Johnson Third Row: Philip Smith, Carolyn Burgess, Dorothy Syrcle, Jean Galek, Josephine Depke, Nelle Burroughs, Harriet Perry, Lucius Williams, Verla Kelley, Wilma Pratt, Bernadette Peskind, Nell O'Byrne Second Row: Virginia Kmet, Evangeline Ginos, Elizabeth Deuchler, Dorothy Seeber, Ellen Samson, Jacobs, Anne Butler, Ardis Ellrich, Marian Davidson Bottom Row: Lyndle Stark, Robert Di Vall, Roderick Luther, Joseph Stewart, Matthew Glenn, Gene Erickson, Arnold Greenstein, Robert Wenzlati 390 HGRILULTURHL LLUB The Agricultural Club, a social and technical organ- ization of undergraduate men in the College of Agri- culture, was organized in l888 and is the oldest student organization on the Univeristy of Illinois campus. In l925 specialized clubs were instituted as subsidiary organizations to the Agricultural Club. These are known today as the Hoof and Horn, Horticulture, Poultry Sci- ence, Agricultural Education, Field and Furrow, Dairy Production, Dairy Technology, Agricultural Economics, and Agricultural Engineering Clubs. Since its beginning, the aim of the Agricultural Club has been "to train agriculture students to be men of affairs in later life, men who will be prepared to lead thought and action in their home communities and to promote the moral, intellectual, and social welfare of its members as well as the furtherance of agriculture." Membership in the Agricultural Club is voluntary, the only requirement being enrollment in the College of Agriculture. The Agricultural Club has achieved the founding of The Illinois Agriculturisf, a student publication since 1896, and the sponsoring of the "Plowboy Prom," the annual agriculture dance since l9l2. Other functions have been the sponsoring of iudging contests, the "Ag Banquet," the "Little International," "All Agriculture Field Day," and other educational and entertaining activities. OFFICERS Allan G. Mueller. .. ........ ..... P resident John F. Rundquist. . . . .Vice-President H. Drewer Johns. . . ..... Secretary William J. Brinkley. .. ...Treasurer Top Row: Frank Hinton, Richard Martin, George Robinson, Donald Sangdahl, Orval Phillips, Frank Rolf, Dale Klassing, Harald Stogsdill, Raymond Aldersan, Guy Tanner, Donald Davidson Third Row: Ralph Knater, James Ford, James Smith, Carlos Reichert, Eugene Patchett, Dale Espel, William Brinkley, Robert Hemp, Shubel Burnett, Harry Wack, Thomas McGauley Second Row: Howard Schilt, Marion Combs, Robert Smith, John Rundquist, Goah Lynch, George Drake, Kenneth Wright, Ralph Dralle, Eugene Becker, Eldon Larson Bottom Row: Robert Twigg, Paul Buzzard, Lee Berry, Edward Brown, Bill Grier, Robert Mentzer, James Breckenridge, Arthur Colby, Drewer Johns, Allan Mueller 391 HLPHII IIIIPPII PSI Alpha Kappa Psi, the first and oldest commerce fra- ternity, was founded on October 5, 1904, in the School of Commerce at New York University. Since 1904 fifty- nine student chapters have been installed in leading educational institutions throughout the country. The fraternity is a charter member of the Professional lnterfraternity Conference composed of the leading pro- fessional fraternities in the various professional fields. The aims of Alpha Kappa Psi are "to further the indi- vidual welfare of its members, to foster scientific re- search in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institu- tfons of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration." Epsilon of Alpha Kappa Psi was the fifth chapter to be installed, and it was formed in 1913 at this Uni- versity. Membership is based on good character, scholarship, and satisfactory ability for potential business success. Throughout the year, we have meetings, parties, and educational lectures which pertain to our aims in the business world. OFFICERS Robert H. Jarrell. . ........ ..... P resident Donald Kane ...... . . .Vice-President Thomas C. Kubelius. . . .... Secretary Wessley E. Peterson. , . . . .Treasurer Top Row: John Mizialko, James Knoles, Alfred Miller, William Lindquist, William Harden, James Geiger, Earl Finder, Floyd Herzog Third Row: Prof. Pembrooke Brown, Bernard Carroll, Paul Heeschen, Wessley Peterson, Guy McCune, Lloyd Ireland, Thomas Kubelius Second Row: Eugene Wood, Frank Hill, Perry lnnis, George Heinrich, Lyndle Stark, William Friedberg, Bruce Schricker, Robert Jarrell, Joseph Ramsey Boffom Row: Robert DiValI, Ronald Hatiiger, Donald Kane, Cesar Ferreira, Ambrose Picchi, John Follmer, Robert Caswell, Thomas Smith 392 Top Row: Fay Henderson, Marjorie Lorenz, Ruth Stark, Skippy Jacks, Devora Schiff, Dorothy Holston, Gail Hamilton, Lucille Magnusson Third Row: Catherine Hamrick, Louise Peters, Betty Garner, Virginia Bereiter, Janet Hickman, Anne Hoit, Peggy Bean, Dor- othy Dolan, Wilma Whetzel Second Row: Gertrude Brady, Grace Hatcher, Margaret Winters, Barbara Lanman, Winifred Moehle, Renne Maruszcak, Mary Stiemert, Dorothy Rosenfeld, Mary Hale, Jean Lopin Bottom Row: Betty Van Doren, Elaine Zwick, Nina Nelson, Shirley Haven, Helen Morgenstern, Marion Schmitz, Jo Ann Ator, Marion Berkowitz Not in Picture: Dorothy Carlyon, Helen Cline, Gloria Davis, Deloris Dahlman, Elizabeth Dillard, Marjorie Earle, Margaret Farr, June Fluegge, Mary Kirk, Bernice LaPire, Lois McNamee, Carolyn Maderer, Mary Massey, Loris Matthys, Mary Sterling HLPHA Pl DELTH Alpha Pi Delta is a sort of home-away-from-home for Girl Scouts now here on campus. It was first organ- ized as a meeting place for girls who were still deeply interested in scouting even though contacts with their home group have been broken. With a three-fold pur- pose, to offer service to the scouting program, to the community in which they live, and to the university they attend, Alpha Pi Delta has enjoyed a busy schedule of activities. lts membership is offered to all U. of l. coeds who care to exchange scouting experiences. ,.l.L.ki Top Row: Robert Tom, Robert Gilespie, Boyd Paulson, Roland Jack, Paul Lopinot, Curt Matyas Second Row: Jean Schueneman, James Wood, Shelby Willis, Lewis Crea, David Tom Bottom Row: Norman Jones, Dean DuBoFt, Walter Barry, Robert Nelson, Walter Crum, Tom Poyer The chapter of A.S.C.E. at the Univeristy of Illinois is one of the largest student chapters of the organization in the United States. The objects of the Society are: to acquaint the students with the practical phases of engi- neering, and to develop in him a professional point of view, to provide for and foster fraternal spirit among engineering students, to familiarize the student with the purpose, parliamentary procedure, and objectives of a H. S. E. E. professional engineering society, to encourage, promote, and support student publications, and professional and social activities of the College of Engineering, to arrange for and sponsor inspection trips. Bi-monthly meetings are held and the country's foremost civil engineers are our speakers. Slide lectures are also given throughout the semester by the civil engineering faculty. 393 Top Row: Richard Oberto, Melvin Long, Larz Anderson, Eddy Haas, Michael Martus, Evan McCallum, Bruce Rich, Elden Carl- son, James Griffiths, Hud Moore, Arthur Olsen Second Row: Fred Lindstrom, Jared Davis, Ray Albert, Dick Piersol, Henry Stevens, Lee Stickler, Joe Lyden, Marshall Jacobs, Dave Best, Richard Kyle, George Reynolds, Ernest Frazier, Charles Wall Firsf Row: Jerry Jaeger, Harold Pathman, Clifford Allen, Professor Ham, Professor Trigger, Professor Espy, Charles Rankin, Charles Vusich, Edward Stahnke Not in Picture: James Corrigan, John Fischer, Norman Cochrun, Thad Elsseser, Robert Hayes, Chester Tyszko, Jerry Roan, Seymour Levine, Paul Kuwahara, Anne Lindberg, E. Karacan, W. Rahe The purpose of the Student Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is to familiarize the embryo engineer with a knowledge of the various fields open to him, as well as to develop in him a professional spirit and code of ethics. At the monthly meetings lead- ers in mechanical engineering, both professors and men t it-ok ll. S. lil. E. in industry, discuss significant developments and new ideas pertaining to mechanical engineering. To further acquaint the students with recent trends in mechanical engineering, the parent society publishes a monthly periodical which contains informative and interesting articles. Top Row: Robert Nelson, Robert Mosborg, Paul Lopinot, Robert Reinhard, Ralph Robison, Ronald Jack, James Wood Second Row: William Mollenhauer, Richard Hebenstreit, Anthony Konstant, Norman Jones, Shelby Willis, Lewis Crea Bottom Row: William Oliver, Walter Crum, Robert Gillespie, Jean Schueneman, William Frey, Boyd Paulson EHI EPSlLllll Chi Epsilon was founded on the Univeristy of Illinois campus in the spring of i922 and has since organized chapters all over the country. Chi Epsilon is an honor- ary fraternity for civil engineers and it recognizes scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability in undergraduate students. The basic obiective of the fra- ternity is to increase the efficacy of the civil engineering profession as an instrument of social betterment by 394 gathering together a nucleus of capable men of high standards who will apply the widening scientific prin- ciples to the practical needs of society. On this campus Chi Epsilon enters into the social life of the college by sponsoring dances and parties. Fre- quently the faculty and student members meet and dis- cuss pertinent engineering ideas and factors affecting the civil engineering profession. Top Row: Thomas Kubelius, Prof. Carl Windesheim, Prof. Paul Converse Bottom Row: Betty Carlson, Robert Jarrell, Rosanna Webster llElTl1 Sllillill RHO Delta Sigma Rho is a national honorary forensics society which elects to its membership upperclassmen who have represented the University in intercollegiate activities. Until 1906, there were several honor groups in debating and oratory, but no national society of this type. The University of Illinois was one of the seven universities which started this movement and became a charter chapter of Delta Sigma Rho. The society has grown immensely, so that now seventy-three large uni- versities and colleges are members. The Illinois chap- ter, although temporarily inactive when Prof. Alfred Huston left for the army in 1943, is active once again under the supervision of Prof. Windesheim. The purpose of the society is to encourage sincere and effective public speaking, even the name, Delta Sigma Rho, means oratory-the key to power. Top Row: Stanley Helm, Ernest Reid, Abner Knight, Gilbert Fett, Richard Medal, Paul Schwarzlose Boffom Row: Robert La Plante, Paul Riepma, Duane Watts, Donald Delaney, John Budd, James Lyons As with other honorary organizations, the depletion of ranks with calls to the services was pronounced, and Eta Kappa Nu's degree of activity on the Illinois campus has been markedly decreased during the last few semesters. Fortunately, many Navy students are regis- tered in Electrical Engineering and at present comprise nearly the entire Illinois chapter. Represented among the Alma Maters of the active members now at lllinois are the University of Pittsburg, Kalamazoo College, Western Michigan College, Kansas City Junior College, ETH KHPPH llU the Univeristy of Detroit, and many others. Despite wartime conditions Eta Kappa Nu has con- tinued to maintain thirty-six active national chapters, and on January 21, 1945, granted the thirty-seventh charter to Beta Omicron Chapter at Marquette Univer- sity in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The end of the war will find many members returning to their home chapters and will undoubtedly be accompanied by a rapid expansion and consequent resumption of activity. 395 ISHBEL BEVIER HlllllE ElllllllllllES CLUB Membership into the lsabel Bevier Home Economics Club ofthe University of lllinois is open to any university girl who is enrolled in the home economics curriculum. The maior purpose ofthe monthly meetings is to acquaint girls with leading personalities of their Held, for at each meeting a prominent leader of home economics speaks on current problems and opportunities related to home economics. The monthly social parties, as the roller skating party, weiner roasts, ioint dances and parties with Agriculture Club, offer opportunities for the students enrolled in the College of Agriculture to become better acquainted with their classmates. A project related to war activities or other community service activities is sponsored by the Home Economics Club. The highlight of the year is the Plowboy Prom spon- sored by the Agriculture and Home Economics Clubs. The fellows, donned like farmers, greet the gingham- dressed lassies with vegetable corsages. An Ag. queen and her court are announced during the evening's en- tertainment. Home Economics Club members honor their mothers with a tea on Mother's Day week-end. To sum up the year's activities, a spring banquet, at which the newly-elected officers are introduced, is held. OFFICERS Doris Ganson ............... ...... P resident Laura Beth Kindred .... .... V ice-President Jean Lierkes ...... ..... S ecrefary Roberta Pritchard . . . .... Treasurer 396 Top Row: Mr. Hartley, Mr. Bottenfield Boffom Row: Miss Reeder, Nell Zahner, Miss Still llHPPH IJELTH Pl Kappa Delta Pi was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911 by William C. Bagley, Truman L. Kelley, and Stephen S. Colvin. Through the years the Society's .main purpose as an honor society has entailed a three- fold objective-scholarship, an educational profession, and the development of the power to serve. lts policies, administrative machinery, types of meetings, publica- tions, and investment of funds, have all been developed in the interest of this triune purpose. It is the only national coeducational honor society in American edu- cation that includes both undergraduate and graduate students and members of the education and allied faculties. Alpha Chapter maintains a loan fund and makes an annual award to the outstanding senior in the College of Education. Top Row: Paul Tolpin, John Haskin, Donald Koppel, Rudolph Bukovsky, Donald Grieme, Morgan Meyer, Robert Purdy Boffom Row: Lucille Pruzansky, Frances Chaisson, Rufus Walker, Jane Anderson, Dolores Schwartz Omega Beta Pi was founded at the University iof lllinois, April 2, 1919, as a professional fraternity. This fraternity had its own chapter house at one time, which was later abandoned. lt then became an honorary pro- fessional fraternity with a 4.0 average, and election on the basis of personality and character necessary "for an entirely successful physician," required for initiation. The purpose of the fraternity is "to promote a better .understanding among pre-medical students, and to 0ll1EGH BETH Pl further the best interests of their profession." The organization sponsors a series of lectures throughout the school year, which are of especial and current interest to the pre-medical student. Two awards are given each year by the fraternity. One is given to a freshman and one to a sophomore pre-medical student who has the highest scholastic average. 397 Top Row: Ardis Ellrich, Mary Maushak, Margaret Stewart, Nancy Nesbitt, Barbara Dickson, Wilma Pratt, Grace Hatcher Bottom Row: Patricia Bunyan, Doreen Warman, Mary Graves, Virginia Mauney, Avonne Andrews, Vida Kernz, Judith Gardner Tea and cookies in the Commerce Seminar? No, it does not mean that refreshments are served while you study. lt means that the members of Phi Chi Theta are having one of their several social functions of the year. Phi Chi Theta is a professional organization for girls enrolled in the College of Commerce. Sigma Chapter, one of twenty-five active chapters over the nation, has ,PHI un mein rushing, pledging, and initiation of selected girls lwho have at least sophomore standings and 3.3 averagesl once each semester. The planning and execution of these functions and others, such as sponsoring lectures and having teas for commerce instructors, require the girls to cooperate with and direct each other-valuable train- ing for would-be career women. Top Row: Doris Ganson, Eleanor Siekmann, Margaret Lawhead, Dorothy Brunskill, Lavina Eberhart, Bernice Mueller, Carol Koehler, Alice Ford Second Row: Maxine KeneiPP, Mildred Dorch, Eleanor Nelson, Harriett Baker, Patricia Hobson, June Johnston, Caroline Whitton, Bette Beidelman, Mariorie l.oFftus Bottom Row: Betty Parkes, Ada Leming, Ruth Skroder, Barbara Reeder, Phyllis Myers, Lula Adams, Laura Kindred, Sue Congleton PHI UPSll0ll lllllllllllll This fraternity is the national professional organiza- tion in the field of Home Economics. Its purpose is to establish bonds of friendship, to promote the moral and intellectual development of its members, and to advance and promote Home Economics. Pi Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron has several proiects. Each year a tour of the Women's Building is conducted to acquaint freshmen and transfer women with the work of the va- 398 rious divisions of Home Economics and their location. The historical proiect is to dress a figurine in the prevail- ing fashion of the year. Pi Chapter has also for some time been collecting material for a biography of Miss Isabelle Bevier, former head of the Department of Home Economics here at Illinois and a pioneer and outstand- ing leader in the field. Top Row: Milton Rohde, Ruth Altshul, Betsye-Rose Sax, Pauline Chelemer, Edith Fisher, Norma Clark, Helena Znaniecki Second Row: Mary Pfeiffer, Joanne Patterson, Marilyn Kerr, Verna Lee Wilson, Jane Greenwood, Jeanne Starkey, Merri Hakewell, Shirley Lasser, Elaine Churan Bottom Row: Seena Minkus, Blossom Afremow, Rochelle Busch, Betty Mathews, Dorothy Simrall, Dorothy Dibble, Dorothy Emsing, Barbara Ellis Not in Picture: Betty Ander, Paul Ellis, Lillian Foerster, Lori Gitlitz, Barbara Stanberry, Martha Mordue, Berniece Baskin, Phyllis Nathanson, Margaret Pope, Enid Tucker, Adele Zentner PSI EHI Psi Chi, national psychology honorary, is composed of students who are maioring or minoring in Psychology. Candidates must present at least a 3.5 all-University average and a 4.0 average in Psychology and l1i must either be engaged in, or have completed some research problem, or l2l must have completed at least twelve hours of Psychology or its equivalent. Meetings are held monthly at which faculty members, outside speak- ers, or students address the group on some timely sub- iect of interest to students preparing to go into the field of Psychology or its related branches. Surveys and research proiects are carried on under the direction of, or with the cooperation of members of the faculty. Top Row: LaVerne Johnson, Chester Marquis, John Crondell, Richard Medal, Dean DuBoff Bottom Row: John Giachetto, Duane Watts, Adrian Wells, Donald Hamer, Walter Crum Sigma Tau was founded February 22, 1904, when a group of upper-classmen of the Engineering College of Nebraska held a banquet and announced the organiza- tion of a new honor society in engineering. The initial study of the problem was carried on by a group of civil engineering students, who, after two meetings in the fall of 1903, agreed to broach the matter to other engi- SlGlllIl THU neers, and to invite the advice of certain members of the faculty. ln 1912 the first National Council was elected. On March 3, 1930, Sigma Tau was admitted to full membership to the Association of College Honor So- cieties. The number of active chapters at the present time is twenty-five. 399 SHI-lll Shi-Ai is an activity honorary that was founded to promote a truer friendship among the women of the va- rious fraternities. Each year two sophomore members from each of the eighteen sororities in Shi-Ai are chosen as pledges, and wear the emerald and straw pledge ribbons of this organization. During their pledge period, the girls are required to work up an original stunt, and they must go to all the member sororities during the dinner hour to perform their stunt in the dining rooms. The fun comes when the pledges must be able to recog- nize all active Shi-Ai girls in each house, and do so by asking each for her autograph. Shi-Ai sponsors each year a milk drive, designed to collect money to provide milk for needy families in this community. Shi-Ai girls deposit over one hundred half-pint bottles in Pan- Hellenic and Independent houses, and everyone on the campus is urged to drop in coins during the intensive drive. Shi-Ai has put forward many inter-sorority ac- tivities as a means of better acquainting the girls. Be- fore war-rationing, exchange dinners met with great success. Since l925, Shi-Ai has sponsored an inter- sorority Sing as part of the campus Mother's Day week- end program. lt is always a thrill to see the girls in their multi-colored formals, singing the favorite songs of their sororities. All this goes to create fun and enthusiasm among the girls of Shi-Ai, and to keep it one of the "friendliest honoraries on the campus." OFHCERS Peggy Himes . . ........ ....... P resident Doris Levy . . . . . .Vice-President Patti Stevens .... .... S ecrefary Rosanna Webster . . . .Treasurer Top Row: Roselle Osoft, Carol Andich, Doris Levy, Martha Swain, Vivian Marx, Dorothy Freeman, Ann Benson, Peggy Himes Third Row: Virginia Bauer, Elizabeth Ladd, Shirley Anderson, Judy Graham, Rose Minnis, Elaine Sell, Patti Stevens, Betty Van Doren Second Row: Mary Stevens, Mary Brown, Mary Homrighous, Barbara Rowe, Margaret Heck, Charlotte Krasne, Rolla Jacob, Roberta Wasserman Boflom Row: Marcella Mapes, Cecily Denell, June Bramlett, Virginia Holloway, Joan Gagan, Nadine Ransom, Barbara Gilbreath, Roberta Polk 400 Sllilllll HLPHH IUTH Sigma Alpha Iota is a professional fraternity for women in the Held of music, its purpose being to up- hold and further the highest ideals of music and to have proved themselves eligible. This includes musicals, parties, and other gatherings. Every Christmas the or- ganization gets together and goes Christmas Carolling. t dd"fth 'l f'.Mbr- , r promo e on 'gm Y e muslca pro esslon em e They give at least two public recitals a year. One is ship is based largely on scholarship and musicianship. called the Spring Recital and the other the Victory Mu- Throughout the year S.A.I. does a large amount of sical. The alums are always entertained at a Homecom- musical work and programs. They have an informal in Breakfast. ln the S rin the sen'ors a ho o d musicale each month where the members and advisors 9 p g I re n re gather for on informal evening or music They also with a Senior Breakfast. Since the war S.A.l. members preserrr Q radio program every 56,1-urdqy of 10:30 oyer have been acting as ushers for all musical programs at WILL. Every semester there is rushing of those girls who Smith Memorial Hall. OFFICERS Mary Anne Kirk ............... ..... P residenf Margaret Farr . . . . .Vice-President' Pat Huelbig .. .... Secrefary Ruth Hutter . . . . . .Treasurer Top Row: Monica Wolf, Flossie Punke, Carol Johnson, Rose Minnis, Alice Wilhelm, Marian Sanford, Stella Lehman, Mary Hayes, Patti Stevens, Lauralynn Parkerson Second Row: Lorena Ross, Jane Jordan, Neva Miner, Carol White, Virginia Smith, Margaret Lowry, Josephine Lindsay, Marguerite Laning, Eleanor Dowling, Elaine Romersberger Boffom Row: Leota Kerres, Patricia Smith, Marie Esrom, Margaret Farr, Mary Kirk, Ruth Hutter, Aline Fairbanks, Eleanor La Forge, Patricia Huelbig Noi in Picfure: Karen Nelson, Louise Haas, Charlene Gales 401 Sllilllll DELTH Pl The purposes of the national organization of Sigma Delta Pi are to foment a wider knowledge of, and a greater love for the Hispanic contributions to modern culture, to stimulate a greater interest therein on the part of our students in colleges and universities of the United States, to foster friendly relations and the co- operative spirit between the nations of Hispanic speech and of English speech, and to reward those who show special attainments and interests. The national ofticers assume the responsibility of planning each year a general program of worthwhile activities in which each chapter may participate. Such a program may embrace proiects such as national essay contests, the publication ofa national bulletin for active members, and other activities which will further our aim. Our local chapter has sponsored a tea for l.atin-Amer- ican students on campus so that we may become better acquainted with their ideals and culture. Membership in the local chapters consist of three types: active, honorary, and affiliate. Active members include university students who are nominated on a basis of high scholarship in a specific amount of aca- demic work in Spanish. Honorary members are mem- bers of the Spanish staft and other scholars of Hispanic culture. OFFICERS Mary Louise Reyes ....,...... ...... P resident Mayta Ballis .... . . . Vice-President Betty Lou Preston. . . ..... Secretary Dorothy Kern . . , ,Treasurer as Top Row: Mary Reyes, Betty Farley, Beth Seales, Jacques Kaplan, Betty Preston, Pat Freyman, Dorothy Kern Second ROW MUYYU Bvllis, BBNY Dillard, Alice Meserve, Ko' House. Morilynn Wood, Annabelle Ogan, Dorothy Barney Bottom Row: Freda Kerns, Helen Scherer, Helen Below, Vivian Marx, Anwette Ingram 402 SPIIIIISH CLUB The Spanish Club, or more properly, the Circulo Literario Espanol, has had a long and varied career on the Illinois campus. In the early days of its existence it met in the house of Professor John D. FitzGerald. When it became too large for a private home, it began to meet in the Woman's Building. Its best known function has been the annual "Noche Espanola" which used to be given as nearly as possible on May 2, date of the Span- ish National Holiday. ln Professor FitzGerald's time the performance usually was divided between a one-act play and a species of Andalusian "tertulia" where va- rious numbers were performed. ln later years more im- portance has been given to the performance and with the cooperation of faculty and students, such ambitious undertakings as Juan Moreira, and Argentine gaucho play, Cancion de Cunaf Zaraguefaf and Don Juan Ten- orio have been oFfered. The Circulo Literario Espanol has also stimulated other semi-public activities in addition to its regular bi-weekly meetings. In collaboration with the Spanish honorary fraternity, Sigma Delta Pi, it promotes a declamation contest every year. Another activity is the celebration of Pan-American day on April 14. This year the club has sponsored an "Information Please" program conducted in Spanish, a talk by Pro- fessor Enrique Rodriquez Fabregat from Uruguay on "The Region of the Amazons", a Mexican movie, and a lecture by Professor James Van Der Pool on El Greco, a famous Spanish painter. OFFICERS Mary McClure . . . ......... ...... P resident Helen Sher ..... .... V ice-President Betty Lou Preston .. . .... Secretary Ramona Lubeiko . . . . .Treasurer 403 Top Row: Jane McGrew, Sidney Rushakott, Charles Dietemonn, Flo Nell Morris, Dorothy Bowen, Geraldine Gilchrist, John Raushenberger Second Row: Irene Krull, Ruth Miller, Polly Kuby, Joan Ralston, Betty Deon, Margery Foirbank, Jane Ingles, George Smith Bottom Row: Betty Keeron, Patricia May, Ruth Walberg, Betty Nolan, Peggy Hermann, Peggy Sherwood, Jean Smith The Sketch Club was organized on April 1, 1927, for promoting the study of art. On March 13, 1930, the name was changed to Illustrators and it became a social- professional fraternity fostering the ideals and interests of art and artists outside the regular curriculum of the class room. It places a mark of distinction on the undergraduate who has shown unusual ability and in- terest in the field of art, or who has been outstanding ILLUSTRHTIIRS in any one of its many branches. Activities consist of pledging, formal initiation, mixers for art students, smokers for the faculty, receptions for prominent lecturers, musicales, and picnics. One of its most important activities has been the sponsoring of the Fine Arts Ball. One of its main obiectives is the promotion of good-fellowship between the students and faculty. Top Row: Helen Glenn, Annabel Scott, Peg Hatcher, Ruth Lippman, Helen Miller, Jeanne Harmon, Patricia Freyman Boffom Row: lola Clark, Mary Ann Swisher, Marilynn Hight, Lorena Moudy, Beverly Jones, Jean Hoffman, Peg Melin, Meri Stout THETH SIGIIIH PHI To unite and honor women who distinguish themselves in the field of iournalism and to inspire its members are the obiectives of Theta Sigma Phi, founded at the Uni- versity of Washington in 1909. Pi chapter is now the only active group in the Univer- sity of Illinois School of Journalism. The fraternity assumes responsibility for editing the School of Journal- JO1 ism Alumni News which is published four times a year. Other activities of Theta Sigma Phi included a Christ- mas banquet to honor the faculty and a School of Jour- nalism picnic. Members of the fraternity also served as hostesses at the Annual Homecoming Tea in the Jour- nalism library and at various press conventions held at the University throughout the year. Top Row: Bedros Kayayan, Talat Itil, Orhau Baycu, Irfan Ozyurt, Husnu Yuce, Neiat Tokay, Ali Erguven, Kasim Atlas, Hilmi Kurtay, Ibrahim Karakoc Second Raw: Sakip Altay, Gani Turkberk,Cuneyt Eris, Ercument Karacan, Irfan Ozacar, Ali Aksel, Cevdet Erzen, Mehmet Baskal, Macit Aral, Munci Ozelsel Boffom Row: Feyzi Kale, Mehmet Uyanik, Fikret Tanel, Cevdet Uzcnur, Verdat Ural, Sabahattin Basman, Muammer Unal, Sahir Erispahe, Fuat Fuatigrak STUDEIIT SUIIETU The Turkish Student Society is a social and cultural society of the Turkish students on the campus. It was formed by a decision given in November 1944, and later by approval of the faculty. The main obiect of the society is to introduce the Turkish group to the campus and thus create a stronger belief in their ideas of mutual friendship and inter- national brotherhood. TURKISH The Turkish group consists of two parts-the military and the civilian students. The maiority are in the Grad- uate School and are studying Civil Engineering. The youth of New Turkey feels much obliged for the interest the University of Illinois campus has shown them and we would like to extend our thanks to the faculty and to all our friends who have helped us form this society. ,xffl Top Row: Naomi Hunter, Severina Nelson, Peg Shiley, Lois Kerchenfaut, Marjorie Smith, Marian Quinn, Lyle McKinney Second Row: Gladys Lapham, Betty Goulet, Fern Turner, Mary Anne Allen, Martha Hiett, Eileen Shepard, Dorothy Bremer First Row: Toby Igler, Ruth Lewis, Joan Randolph, Louise Cole, Virginia Train, Delores Argianas, Georgia Pulliam, Sue Clark Zeta Phi Eta, national professional speech arts fra- ternity, the oldest national group of its kind, was founded at Northwestern in 1893. Tau was made an active chapter in 1937. The proiect of Zeta Eta is to sponsor each year some well known speaker. In the past such persons as Eve Curie, Margaret Bourke-White, PHI ETH ZETII Amelia Earhart, Drew Pearson, Edna St. Vincent Milay, and Ilka Chase have appeared under the auspices of the organization. This "curtain raiser" is in harmony with the policy of encouraging all worthy speech activi- ties both on this campus and nationally. 405 406 HDVERTISIHG Hl1D ll1l1EX Advertiser Besly, Charles H., and Company. . .. Cable Piano Company. . . Darby, Harry, and Corporation .... Deere and Company . . . Garland B. Fletcher Studios .... Gregg College . . . Olan Mills Studios... Page Engineering Company .... Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Company.. . Peerless of America . . A Ruhm Phosphate and Chemical Company... Sexton, John B., and Company . . .. Stone, Paul-Raymor, Ltd... . Weber Dental Company . . . Page 409 417 409 407 409 413 417 417 419 415 413 413 413 411 Light on the Wa A SYMBOL of all that America stands for is the Statue of Liberty. Proudly she holds her torch high, guiding men in the way of freedom- freedom of religion, of speech, of en- terprise-freedom from want and fear. Today, we are engaged in a war to preserve that freedom for ourselves and to make its blessings available to the world. This freedom carries with it an obli- gation . . . an obligation that calls for sacrifice from all of us . . . a sacrifice we make gladly, proud of our part in retaining and in sharing the blessings of freedom. More than 4,450 John Deere em- ployees are in the armed services. Those at home are buying War Bonds, working for the Red Cross, carrying on defense activities, cultivating victory gardens. John Deere factories are busier than they have ever been, pro- ducing farm equipment to the limit per- mitted by government regulations, as Well as turning out large quantities of war materials. .Q And looking forward to the day when the world will again be at peace, John Deere is continuing research and de- velopment of new machines and im- proving old ones, lighting the way to an easier, happier, more abundant agri- culture. JOHN DEERE Moline, Illinois - 1 l i 1 I 1 407 Aaron, A Charlotte H. ........ .. 214 Abbott, Jane T .... . .. . .30, Abbott, Mary R.. Abess. Abel. Abell, Abell, Abels, Abels, Aberg, M.o .,.. H Shirley I.M .......... 32 J. M.. Janice 'ci Norma .. Sylvia H. Abrahams, J. Abrams, Chernie . Acacia . .... Accaun Achaea Ackerm Ackerm tancy Club ... at-','ieQ.Qfi'illQQ ff an, M. L.. . .. Ackmann, L. ..... . Acton, Adair, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adcock, Adel, J Adelman, Marilyn R. D .......,. Helen L .,...... Elizabeth J .,., Grace ..... 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Allison, Alpert, Alpern, Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Altay, Altman, Wilmogene .... G. E ,,...... C ......... Chi Omega... Chi Sigma... Delta Phi... Della Pi ..... Epsilon lata .... Epsilon Phi .... Gamma Delta .... House ......,... Kappa Lambda .... Kappa Kappa .,.. Kappa Psi ...... Lambda Delta... Omega .......... Omicron Pi ..... Phi .......... Pi Della .... Rho Chi .,... Tau Omega... Xi Delta .... S. M ..... A. S .... .32, '216,' ' ' ' ' Allman, G. L ...... Allpeter, Betty J... Altschul, S ...,... . Altshul, Ruth. . . . .. Alumni Association, Amacher, Leona B., Amberg, Eva L ..... Amcel, A. J .... . . . .......237 211 105 Q67 ....30 ....3O .30 326 153 .....236 99 .....290 299 386 -...i.211 ....97 ... I 36' 136.1366 .. Ja, 98 ...317 ....30 ....97 ...3O '.'.'.2il1 . his 290, ........97 ...a2, 96 195 The. 30. 361 Andef, Betty l ...,. f36,' 231' boi Anderlik, R. E, .,,, 408 I 1 f 336 351 358 244 326 99 109 317 222 356 1 10 346 284 390 332 336 286 386 291 327 310 98 373 398 332 209 288 372 328 344 128 399 155 305 359 307 1 12 391 216 140 109 405 342 290 381 394 357 369 353 332 322 391 103 99 99 335 320 301 394 100 247 235 405 366 108 75 108 329 291 375 92 97 310 285 306 311 102 312 313 333 286 100 392 385 101 102 314 315 393 287 288 316 405 101 1 12 317 101 399 19 370 369 247 399 352 ll1lJEX Andersen, Lila M ...,. .. ... 361 Anderson, Barbara J .... .... 3 59 Anderson, Bernice R .... . ...30, 202 Anderson, C. R .,...... .... 2 20 Anderson, C. A. ...... 166 Anderson, D. E ......... . . . 247 Anderson, Dorothy G ...... 339 Anderson, Gertrude R.. . .. ... 315 Anderson, Grace L ..... ... 216 Anderson, Helen L ..... ......... 3 72 Anderson, J. W ..... .,......... 2 47 Anderson, Jane F ....... 229, 317, 397 Anderson, J. E ...... . ......... 303 Anderson, J. H ........ ......... 2 92 Anderson, Judith J .,... ......... 3 27 Anderson, L. T ........... 30, 246, 394 Anderson, LaVerne E ........ , .... 180 Anderson, L. W .... ...,..... 1 86, 297 Anderson, Margaret H ..... . . .350, 385 Anderson, Marilyn E ,,.. ...... 3 17 Anderson, Mary A. .... .... 3 66 Anderson, Norma S .... ...... 3 67 Anderson, Phyllis C ,.... .... 1 92, 327 Anderson, Phyllis M .... ....... 3 35 Anderson, Shirley L... .... 169, 176 318, 400 Anderson, W. T .... ..........,.. 3 62 Andich, Carol..29, 182, 211, 312, 400 Andrews, Alice E ...... ....... 3 0, 327 Andrews, Avonne L .... .324, 387, 398 Andrews, Rowena .........,.., 30, 369 Andrews, Virginia M ............ 367 Andrews, W ........... . . .99, 106 Angus, Barbara J .... .... 2 11, 321 Annan, Eunice R ..,. .... 2 11, 326 Annegers, Barbara. . .. .. . . . . 357 Antes, Ruth M ....,.. ...30, 363 Antholer, lrmgard .... .. .31, 371 Arnold, Carswello J .... .... 3 69 Arnold, Marion R .,.. ...31, 336 Arnold, Rita l ..... 337 Arnold, R. A ....... .... 9 7 Arnold, W. E ....... ...... 2 47 Arntzen, Etta M ..... ...31, 169 Arthur, Ruth A ..... .... 3 48 Asch, M ...... ..... .... 3 8 4 Ascherman, G. M .... ...97, 101 Ascherman, N. R .... .... 2 96 Asgeirssan, H. ..... . . . 290 Ash, J .......... . .. .. . 302 Asherman, Joan .... ...,..... 3 38 Ashley, F. J. ....... . . . .76 95, 114 Asper, Constance J ....,........, 310 A.S.C.E. ......,............... 393 A.S.M.E. ....................,. 391 A.S.T.P. .. .,.. 94, 95, 96 97 A.S.T.R. ......... .,.......... 2 41 Atherton, L ......... .,...... 9 7, 108 Atkins, Lorraine S ............... 346 Atkins, R. A .............. 82 96, 100 Atkinson, Barbara J ..... .169, 178, 322 Atlas, G. D ........ .... 7 6, 95, 111 Atlas, K. A ....... ..... 2 90, 405 Ator, Jo Ann ...... .......... 3 93 Attebery, Ellen J ........ 170, 184, 333 Attebery, Mary E.. .. ....... 199, 315 Attig, Dorothy M .... ........ 3 1, 341 Attis, R. R ...... ........ 3 1, 156, 303 Antiveil, Shirley B ..... ......... 3 44 Apblett, Maxine L ..... ....... 3 36 Aplington, J ........ . . . 106 Apoyan, Alice V.. .. . .. 368 Appel, Norma A.. . . ... 346 Apelle, Suzanne .... . .. 324 Apple, R. E ...... .... 2 11 Arai, T. G ...... ..290 Aral, M. M ....... .... 2 90, 405 Aram, H. .......... ...99, 100 Arenson, Leona l.. .. .. . . 334 Arepo .........,.. .... 2 26 Argabrite, J. W ..... .... 8 2 96 Argenbright, Mary A.... .... 107, 311 Argenbright, Zella B ............. 358 Argianas, Delris L ........ 31, 353, 405 Ariagno, P. .................... 97 Armitage, Janice E ..... .... 2 16, 341 Armour, Patricia A .... ...... 3 11 Armour, Shirley A .... . .... 313 Armstrong, Alice P. .... ...... 3 36 Armstrong, M. Ann. .... ....... 3 14 Armstrong, M. Kathryn ...,... 216, 341 Armstrong, Martha C .... ...... 3 18 Armstrong, W. R ...... .... 1 57 Arnett, V.. ......... .... 8 2, 96 Atwater, Virginia F ..... .,..... 2 36 Aubineau, Jeanne M ..... .... 1 31, 324 Auderegg, R. L ....,.. . . . . .. 96 Auer, Janet C ......, ...... 3 68 Auerbach, Helen M... .... 131, 182 197, 361 Auerbach, T. M ..... .......... 9 7 Austin, Ann .................... 313 Austin, Elizabeth A ........ ...... 3 72 Auten, Donald ........ 76, 94 95, 102 106, 380 Axelrod, Isabelle .... ...... 2 36, 361 B Babb, Martha B ..... .,....... 1 99 Babcock, Mary E ..,. ........... 3 65 Babicz, Irene M .... ...30, 184, 373 Bocci, G., Jr .... .............. 2 45 Bacher, Eileen ......... ......... 3 58 Bachman, Peggy J.. .222, 224, 226, 314 Bachman, R. M ........ ...... .... 3 0 6 Back, B. L. ...,..... 225 Bacon, Emily M ..... 310 Bode, E. R ...... . .. ... 289 Baechtold, J. E ..... . . . 343 Baer, C. E ,...... .. 24 Baggett, J. E .... . . . 343 Bahannon, R. .... . ,... 291 Bahcoll, Marion... ..... . 361 Bohcall, Ruth ...,.. ... .30, 346 Bailey, Arlene C .... 235, 325 Bailey, Doris M.. . . ... 354, 385 Bailey, Dr. P ..... ...... 1 05 Bailey, Elenoer L.. . . ...... .. 318 Bailey, G. B. ...., ......... 2 45 Bailey, H. W .... ........... 1 7 Bailey, J. J .... .... 8 2, 96, 105 Bailey, W. J.... .... 285, 343, 382 Bainter, Mary E... .......... . 333 Bair, G. w .,.........,.... ..a2, 99 Baker, Caroline A ............... 376 Baker, C. ................. 222, 224 Baker, Frances L .... 107, 214, 361, 373 Backer, Georgianna ........ 264, 314 Baker, Harriet A ................ 398 Baker, Joan G ...... ..... 3 69 Baker, L. W. ........ .. ..82, 96 Baker, Margaret L .... . . .30, 322 Baker, Patsy L ..,... ........ 3 28 Baker, R. B ....... ......... 3 O6 Baker, R. w .... .... a 2, 95, 356 Baker, Ruth E .... . ....... 365 Baker, Vivian ..... . ........ 346 Baker, Virginia... ........... . 237 Baldry, Joan ........... 197, 348, 385 Baldwin, Delphine ,.......... .... 3 61 Boll, M. E .... ................,. 3 54 Ball, R. w ..... ...za-4, 381, 382, 386 Ballis, Mayan F ...... 30, 182, zoa, 260 328, 402 Ballis, Ruby ..,... ............ 3 36 Balter, Betty G .... . .30, 361 Bulter, B ......... ......... 9 6 Bangert, June A .... .,....... 2 36, 337 Banks, W. ..,......... 163, 187, 278 Bannister, Marcia J ........... 183, 341 Bannon, Margaret T... ........ . 354 Baranowski, L. E .......... 70, 95, 103 Barber, Beverly A ........ ,...,.. 3 32 Barber, Mary Lou..211, 229, 321, 385 Barchester Towers. .............. 223 Barclay, P. S .... .............. 7 O, 98 Barcy, Irene M ...... . . . 375 Bard, Marguerite L .... 363 Barfknecht, Eileen J .... ..... 3 25 Barnard, B. ...,...... ..... 9 9, 100 Barnes, Audrey J.. . ... 107, 379 Barnes, G. W ....... ...... 2 34 Barnes, Mary E ..... ..... 1 84 Barnes, R. O ...... ..76, 98 Barnett, Jean ..... .... . 30, 369 Barnett, La Verne ...... ,.... . 30, 314 Barney, Dorothy V ....... 195, 319, 402 Barnstein, H ........ ........... 2 47 Baron, Byrna M ..... ........ 3 61 Barr, Miriam M ..... ......... 3 70 Barrer, Marian L ................ 313 Barrett, Caroline ........ 174, 229, 385 Barrett, Margaret F .............. 376 Barrow, J. M. ............... 290, 383 Barry, W. A ........ 32, 244, 307, 393 Bartel, Janie ............... 216, 341 Bartel, Mary A. ..,.....,.... 216, 341 Bartel, Mary P ......... ...... 3 63 Bartholomew, S. Jane .... 368 Bartley, Helen M .......... ...... 3 40 Barton, Mildred A ..... ........ 3 45 Barton, Patricia M .... 234, 237, 353 Bartosch, J. W ............ ...... 3 00 Bartoslewicz, Malvina L ........... 369 Baseball ............. .... 1 42, 147 Basile, R. J .......... ...... 3 52 Baskal, M ....... .... 2 90, 405 Basketball ........ . . . 130, 135 Baskin, Bernice B ..... ........ 3 99 Basman, Bernice S .... ......... 4 05 Bastien, E. H ....... .... 7 6, 98, 106 Bostis, Aldona V .... ..... 3 2, 364 Bastnugel, W. F .... ...... 1 84 Bates, R. E ........ ...72, 103 Batten, Dorothy A ..,. ..... 3 19 Butts, J. W ....... ........ 2 88 Bauer, E. ........ .. ........... 155 Bauer, Shirley J .... ...32, 193, 198 227, 322 Bauer, Virginia A ....... 192, 313, 400 Bauian, Mary B. ..... .,........ . Baum, Geneva J .... .... 3 4, 182, Bauman, R. A .... ..... 2 85, Bauman, S. M .... . ...... 294, Baxter, Janice D.. ...... 270, 371, Baycu, O. ....... ....... 2 90, Bayha, F. H ..... ......... Boyne, E. L .,.. ........ Bayne, J. W ...... 244, Baysinger, JoAnn... . . . 211, Bazala, Dr ...... . . .... .. Beach, K. E ..... . . .... . . Bean, Margaret E... ..... . . . Bean, Mariarie R.. .. . . . 321 Beard, J. H ..... . ..... . Beard, R. W .... ..... Beau Chateau .. . . Beck, J. H .... ..... . . . Beck, Lorraine R... .. . . . Becker, B. N .... . I 1 1 f 1 Becker, D. E ...... . . . 32 Becker, Gratia M... . . . . . Becker, Helen W... .. . . . Becker, R. J ............... . 97 Becker, Sherri .................. Becker, Saraiane S ...... 224, 226 Becker S ................... .97 Beckett, R ......... ..... 3 81 Bederman, S. S ..... ..... 8 2, 96 Beebe, R. E ...... .... 1 57, 246 Beezy, R .... ....... ...... . 9 7 Behnke, J. A. ...... . Beidelman, Betty J .... Beider, Evelyn ..... Biel, Joyce... Belknap, J. L. Bell, E. H .... Bell, Mariorie Belland, Mary Belle Manor.. Below, R ..... Helen l.....32 , 195 I 234 313 Belting, Dorothy J ........ .. 237 Bendel, T. M. ..... ..... . Bender, H. H. ...... .... . Bender, Marian R... ... Bender, Phyllis S... . .. Bendwelli, W. P... .. Bengel, R. R ................... Beniamin, Lois .................. Benner, Laura H .... 195, 229, 327, Benner, T. E ................... Bennett, A. M ................... Bennett, Bette L ..... Bennett, Mary E ................. Bennett, Mary R ................. Benning, S ....... 72, 93, 95, 103, Benno, T ....................... Benson, Donalee ............ 197 Benson, J .................... 97 Benson, L. Ann ..... 32, 193, 195 260, 317, Benson, Ruby J ..... 32, 236, 237 Benson, Wilmalee ............... Benters, Naomi M.. .165, 195, 271, Bentsen, M. L ............... Benvenuti, H. ....... ....... . Berchtald, W. J ................. Bereiter, Virginia D .............. Berg, Betty L ......... 195, 311 Berg, I. A ........ ........... Bergstrom, F. H .... ......... Berkel, C. J ........... ..... Berkman, Patricia L ..... . . Berkowitz, M. I.. . . . . Berkowitz, Marion. . . . Berkson, Myra ..... Berkson, T. D ..... 21:3 1 i Berman, B. l ..... . . .... . . Berman, Gloria ....... .. .32 Berman, Helene R .... ..... Berman, Myra C ...... ...... Bernard, Virginia L.. . . . . . .214 Berner, Marquita J .... ........ Bernstein, B. S .................. Bernstein, L. M ........... 82, 96 Bernstein, Mariorie S ..... 32, 182 Bernstein, R. E .......... 186 Bernstein, R .... ..... Berquist, S .... . . . Berry, L. A ..... Bertelson, W ....... Bertini, H. W ...... Besenfelder, Barbara Best, D. H ........ Best, W. R. ...... . Beste, L. F ........ Bessinger, S ....... Beta Gamma Beta House ........ Bela Theta Pi ...... Bethany ....... . Bethel, Alice E .... Bicknell, W ..... Biggers, J. T ..... Bilderback, Jean... A ....... .....138 1 141 I Sigma . . . 72, 96, 153, 245, ..32, 345 353 382 389 385 405 244 245 299 319 113 362 335 393 17 245 334 246 344 296 391 354 332 1 10 221 361 100 386 1 10 293 1 12 272 373 356 312 352 247 312 337 333 402 311 362 298 323 346 96 362 358 385 23 97 329 322 317 113 222 361 108 228 400 376 375 318 343 95 288 393 385 168 344 247 326 222 393 338 301 326 344 344 336 323 301 1 1 1 326 398 294 114 391 99 384 369 155 97 382 1 14 387 334 289 335 354 103 287 322 PORTRAITS BY FLETCHER Garland B. Fletcher hug from A B S Y CHICAGO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT BESLY GRINDERS BESLY TAPS BESLY TITAN ABRASIVE WHEELS BRASS, COPPER AND BRONZE studios IN SHEETS, RODS AND TUBES Established T875 . . 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These large Q X Q th la landing ships are now being used on every invasion shore. We're QQ' A X39 TX manufacturing bombs for the Army, too, and today Victory is our only ,ff X X aim. After Victory our unique war production experience will be avail- I-if N ei: 'X . . f'.1.-if-l?4 ' 1 X 'J' X L ablie to our customers in many new and improved products of steel -.-I-2'-frs L b pae. Xe-X.SNX ?LX X XV Web. so s a HARRY OARBY, MANUFACTURER me-M-4 H Y ' and THE DARBY CORPORATION 'COWBOY BRAND " 409 302 357 Biliskis, A. G,.,. .,...., 70, 95 Billings, C. K.. ,. .,,....... 246 Bingaman, L. A .... .. 124, 125, 155 Biowski, Edith A.. ..,.,.,......, 333 Birch, Barbara J ,......... ... 319 Birckelbaw, Josephine E ..,. ... 369 Bires, E. J. ......,...,.. 246 Birk, R. C ...... ,,..... . .. 343 Birkeland, Irene S .,.,. ......,.. 3 18 Bischoff, Marcella L .......,...,.. 341 Black, Lois E ..... .... 1 92, 213, 318 Black, A. Madeline. ..,.,...,. 32, 332 Black, Minnie Lou ,.... , ........ 321 Blacker, Elaine B ..... ..,. 3 42 Blackman, H. Jean.. ...,., 310 Blackstone, Louise ,... 107, 351 Blaes, F. E. ....,. ,,.. 2 47 Blaha, Elsie E ......, ... 351 Blain, Dorothy E.. .. ... 314 Blair, Belly L. ...,. ......,.. 3 40 Blair, G ......... .,,,...... 1 06 Blake, Ll. A ......... 242, 243, 276 Blake, W, ......,.......,....,, 181 Blakemore, Nancy M.. .. .... 214, 368 Blaker, J. W ....,.... ,..... 2 45 Blanchard, Ida J .... ..., 3 14 Blanchelle, H. ..... ..., 1 04 Blanchelte, L. .,.,.. ...,,, 1 03 Blankenberg, W. I ..., ..., 2 09, 225 Blanksma, L. ....... ...... 1 02 Blalfmachs, G ..... ...99, 103 Bleckman, G. D .,., .... 2 98 Blegen, J ...,.... ... 235 Bleikamp, R, H. .... 303 Blimling, Lois L .... .... 3 54 Black, B ..,. ...,. 4 .-99, 110 Black, Jean E .... .... 3 61 Block, Rita S .... .... 3 44 Block, S. A ..... ..,... 3 36 Blom, G. P. ..... ..,.245, 293 Blonsky, Beverly . ..... ...... 3 34 Bloom, Sally .,......,,. .... 1 95, 312 Bloom, P .....,...,..... ...96, 101 Bloomberg, LaVerne S ..... ..,. 3 53 Bloomberg, Rowena ..... . .. 356 Bloomquist, Belly R.. .. . . .. 337 Bloltman, J. B., Jr.. .. . . . . .. 246 Blue, R. E, ......... .... 1 52, 247 Blum, Dorathy M .... .... 2 11, 339 Blum, Muriel R ....... ..,... 3 38 Blum, S. L ...,....... .... 2 94 Blurrlenschein, Joan M .... ... 311 Blunck, C. F., Jr, ....,. , 99 Bly, E. E .... .... . ... 247 Board of Trustees. .... 14-15 Bobick, M. T ....... ... 307 Boddy, Marie L ..... . 348 Bodz, Dolores J ..... ... 364 Boggia, J. A ..... .... 9 2 Bogsrniller, W. .,... ....... 1 08 Bohannan, R. T .... .... 1 53, 343 Boheim, Else ..,. ......... 3 66 Bohl, R. W ..... .......... 3 39 Bohon, R. L ..... .... 1 85, 187, 344 Bold, Shirlyn D .... ....... 2 11, 385 Bolle, Lois M. .... ..... 2 11, 321 Bollinger, B .... .... .......... 2 9 2 Bollinger, Marion .... . ....... 211, 321 Ballinger, Shirley J ...... 211, 216, 355 Bolagnesu, N. A .... .......... 2 97 Bomash, Gloria .... ......... 3 26 Bond, Belly R .,..., ..... , . 234 Bond, W. H ........ ......... 2 34 Bondy, Rochelle H .... ....... 1 74, 380 Bone, C. .......... .. .99, 100, 105 Bone, E ....... ., ......... 105 Bone, Ruth M ....,. ....... 3 57 Bangart, Verna L ..... .... 2 05, 211 Bonhardt, Marilyn I .... ...... 3 2 Bonker, Jane ....... .... 3 73 Bonne, Barbara J .... ... 361 Bonner, B. D .... .... . ........... 3 55 Bonnes, Margaret A.. .,..,......, 369 Bonlemps, C. W ..... 32 166, 262, 306 Booker, Jo A .............,..... 378 Bookman, Harriet R .......... 107, 358 Boor, A. K., Jr..,. ....... 82, 99, 106 Borak, W. J. .,..... ....... 8 2, 99 Borgsmiller, W. J .... ....... 9 7 Borchers, Belly J .... . . . 347 Borde, Palsy R ...... .... 2 11 Borden, Patricia .,..... ....,. 3 25 Borgsledl, Elinor M .... ....... 3 71 Boris, J .... ........ .... 1 3 B, 304 Barkenmagen, R. H .... .... 7 0, 95, 96 Berkman, A. ...... ...... 3 82 Born, Ruth K .... .... 1 O7 Barns, L. W... ...,. . 246 Bornslein, H ..... ......, 3 46 Bose, Helen A .... .... 2 14, 320 Bosler, F. Jean.. ...... 315 Boswell, J. L, ..... .... 3 82 Boltenfield, M.. ...... .... 3 97 Botleron, Dorothy L ..... ...... 3 67 Boulware, Barbara A ..,. ,..32, 324 Borucki, M ........... ...97, 103 Bos, M. ....... ., ....... 108 Bos, N ........., . , ..,.. . . 97 Bowen, C. E ..,.. , ., .,.. 16, 19, 168 Bowen, Dorothy J... .,.32, 321, 404 Bower, E, R ......, ..... 1 53, 380 Bower, G. F. .... .,,.... 3 O3 Bowers, Emma .... ..,, 2 22 Bowers, D. A .... 374 Bowers, M ..... , , , 247 441 CJ Bowers, Mary G ...... Bowman, Eleanor M ..... Bowman, Mary E.. , . ,. Bowman, Mary J.. .. Bowton, F. L ....,. Bowlon, Virginia. Boyd, S. N .,....... Boyle, F. A .......... Boyle, Margaret W .... Boynton, R ............ Braband, Marilyn J .... Brace, K. C. .....,.. . Braden, Lois A ...... BradleY. R. E .... Bradley, R. P ..... .... Bradshaw, Carolyn A.. Brady, Gertrude A .... Brahana, T. R. ..... .. Brainin, N. H ..... Bramlel, E. P.. ..... ,.,, , , Bramlel, June R ..... Brand, Carol T ,,,, Brandeis Hall ..... Brandt, Phyllis ....., Brandwein, H. A ...,. Branswein, Ruth E .... Brankin, Leona ....... BrassEelCl, K. A,. . . . .. ..185 Bfoumun, Movoureen J.. .... Braveman, Suzanne J.. Bray. E. C ........... Brazier, Ann M, ...... . Breckenridge, J, R ,,,, Bfedvw. P. F .,...... Breese, Esther R.. . . . Breese, J ......... Bfehmef, L. F ......... Breinin, L ............ .,1B2 124, ...33 Bremer, Dorothy C.. 169, A Bremer, Margaret L. . ,. Breneman, Eunice E .... Breneman, Marilyn J.., Brennecke, D. H ..... Brenner, Esther J .... Brenner, Joanna M., , , B"e5ee, J, C .......,,,, Brewer, L. l ..,...... Bretscher. Charlotte M.. Brewer, A, A ,,,,-'A' . Brickman, lsolde J .... Bridgewater, F, A ,,,, Brisas, O .,.,.,..., Bflgllflm, Jane G ..... Bflgida, V ........ Brinkley, vv. J. ...,, "" annum s.c. .,.,,, ,, H'3l Brissenden, H. Joan. .. -HH Britan, S .,,,,,, , A , H ' Brock, Jean A. .... . Brock, M. J .,... Brockman, S .... , , H Brode, Elaine .... ,.76' Brodie, A, G ,,,,,, V 'A Brodsky, Erna R ..... BV0dY, Jean ...... Brans, Joan F.. ., Bronze Tablet .... A Brooks, E. A ..... ,A Brooks, Helen I ..., Broome. Alice R... Brosilow, J, L ,,,,, Brosler, Laura M... Broster. Mary J .... Brolrnan, N ...... .. V Brvwdv, H. H .... ,... , Brown, Barbara E .... ,, , Brown, Betty B ,,,, BVUWH, Carol .... , Brown. D. lz ..... Brown, D. W ,,,, Brown, E. J... . , Brown, Jane L ..... . . Brown, Janice l. ...... ,,,, Brown, Mory Ellen ...... 192, Brown, M. R ...... , NH Brown, Nancy H... ,,,, BYOWH, Nancy V ......,..... Brown, Patricia L ,,,,,,,,, H Blown, Patricia M ........... 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Buckingham, W ..,.. 174 18:1 i. 99 . ,.,.. 324 170, 321 .33, 316 229, 310 ..82, 99 .... 385 285, 382 .... 378 .... 378 .... 247 164, 324 ..82, 96 .... 348 ... 362 .., 297 .... 376 .... 325 167, 295 298 185, 304 195, 229 314, 400 .33, 376 .... 336 ... 185 .... 294 .33, 328 .... 342 .... 303 236, 340 214, 258 126, 155 .... 341 183, 185 380, 391 .... 247 333, 390 .... 153 .... 234 .... 247 173, 269 323, 405 .... 376 .... 335 ... 348 .... 244 .... 356 237, 332 244, 289 .... 305 .... 369 .... 343 .33, 340 .... 240 .... 246 205, 322 .... 245 343, 391 .... 245 .... 373 ... 246 ,.... 371 .... 285 95, 110 .... 346 .... 75 182, 328 .... 357 .... 367 .... 378 .... 374 213, 224 ...... 353 .... 246 ... 365 .... 365 .... 301 182, 301 195, 314 ...... 372 .... 354 ... 166 ... 352 .... 391 .... 310 .... 375 213, 400 .... 287 .... 327 211, 310 .... 310 .... 536 226, 270 277, 317 .... 247 .... 338 246, 291 . 16, 23 .... 291 373, 390 .... 343 176, 369 .... 348 .... 102 ... 348 .... 332 .... 97 341, 398 .97, 111 .... 362 .... 356 .... 384 132, 306 105, 106 .... 99 Buckley, Donna F. .... .. Buckman, F, J .... Buckman, Jane M, Buckner, Annice S .... . .. Buckner, Jean S ..... .... Buczak, Marion B ..,. .,.... Budd, J. H ....... .... 3 3, Budwig, l .... ,.... .... Budwig, S. M ...... .. Budzik, Barbara H ......... Buechler, Betty ....,........ Buech Buescher, Phyllis J ...,... 195 Ier, Mariorie M. ..., , Buetlner, E ...,.... ,...... Bugarsky, Rosann ...,.....,. Buian, G. P ...... .124, 129, Bukovsky, R .........,.,.... Bullard, Mariorie L.. ,.... 33, Bunch, S ..,........ ..... Bullock, D. M .... Bullwinkel, E. .,.... , Bunyan, Patricia Y ...,. Burch, Johanna M Burger, W. E .... Burgess, Betty L.. Burgess, Carolyn F Burgett, Patricia , Burgg Burgwald, E, G,,, Burk, Burke, Doris A .... Burke raf,G. U. D, ....,. ........ ....168, ,H.E .... .. Burke, Jane ..., Burke, L. J. .... , Burke, Muriel M.. Burmaster, J. H.. Burness, D. M ..,. Burnett, Shubel .. Burnett, U ,,,,,,, Burnsi Burrel Burrel Burroughs, Nelle de, Suzanne ,... I, J. B .......,. ...70, l, R, illlfl "Ii Burson, S. 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Nadine ..... 350, Camp, Barbara ....,. 34, 193, Camp. Betty J ........ ,.... Camp, Cynthia R .......... Cvmv. J. R ....,. .... Campana, Anna M ..,. Campbell, H. D ..... Campbell, Joan F ...,... .. Campbell, L .......... ..... . Campbell, Maribel M ......... Campbell, Mary Ann l. ..... . Campus Leaders ......... . Camras, S ...........,.... 76, Canham, R. G. ...... 70 Canly, Alice M... . ... Cav. T ..... . ..,.. Caplan, Estelle ..... Carius, M, ......... . Carleton, Barbara J.. .. Carlson, Carlson, Constance .... Carlson, E. G .... .... Betty J ...... Carlson, Gladys E ...,.. Carlson, Jeannette E .... Carlson, Jo E ........ Carlson, J, .. Carlson, R ,... . ,93 I .33, 199, 247, .99, 294, .33, 214 .9a, 155, 273 245, 183 329 ' 96, 169, 224, 132, 285, :103 211, 95, '1 82, 236 546, '1 29, 147, 237, 95, .33 .97, 224, 225, 1.84, 103, .34, 154, 385, 327 '. 99, 236, .260- 95 103, '.97, 1961 '04, 21 1, ,34, 223, 368 343 369 315 315 375 395 111 390 340 235 311 329 102 351 184 306 397 359 107 138 93 398 33 33 318 390 310 287 100 303 176 318 322 244 340 133 382 391 303 327 104 293 390 382 358 259 319 246 153 399 345 247 321 140 144 155 390 247 352 321 106 183 109 386 391 319 304 92 180 337 287 364 34 341 1 13 310 247 246 355 303 366 390 380 370 348 108 365 304 322 155 340 345 263 1 10 104 322 100 358 103 322 315 321 394 365 324 337 288 299 Carlson, R. E. ...... .. Carlsten, Margaret A... Carlslrom, Carlslrom, Joanne ..., R. E ........ Carlyon, Dorothy M ..... Carmichael, R. D ...... Carothers, V. Lorene. . . Carr, Helen M ....... Carr, Naomi. ....,. Carreker, Carrier, Harriet M. , . . . Corrigan, J.J ......... Carrington, Marilyn J.. Carroll, Carruth, Carsel, Carson, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, P Cartmill, Cary, Shir Jo B. W ......... J.F .......... F ......... . Wilma L.. . Janice. . . , lIN...... Mary P .... P. L ...... rickett .... R .... .. ley A .... . .97, '107,' .22 5, .183 Casey, E ....,.. ....... 3 Case, Flor aB .... Casey, W. C .... . . .9 Cash, Elaine C ,... . . . Casper, Ruth .,.... Cassidento, J. V .... Cassman, F.S ..... Castle, Arlene R .,.. Castree, S. J ..... Coslritsis, S. P.... Caswell, R. C.. . . . . Caudill, Janice R ...... Coughlan, Cayenee, Cech, R. Jeanette .... Joanna. . .172, E. ........ . Cederwall, Maxine D... Cerney, A. Cervenka, J ..,...... . Elaine R .... Cesney, A ...,. , .... . Cessna, R Chackes, Chaddick, oma J .,..... Dolores M.. .. Camille D... Chailland, Amy L. .... . Chaisson, Frances. . , .. 95' 265 186, 366. 209, '84, .34, 244, 289, 185, 192, 106, 289, 195, 214, 317, .97, ....34, Chaltln, Lllllan A. ..........., .. 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Chouinard, Virginia .......... 34, Chrkt, lA6fel6 L...169, 170, 197, Christensen, E. M .......... ..... Chrislenson, Geargianne .... .... Christian, Emily B ........ ..... Christiansen, Ruth W.. . . . .205, Christiansen, Valerie... . . , .35, Christianson, L. G, .... . .82, Christie, Charlotte M ..... ....... Christie, Mary E ....... . . .211, Christofersen, H ...., .... 9 9, Christol?, D. ....... .... 9 9, Christy, Barbara E .........,. 205, Cbulay, Claire M ....,.... ...... Chumbley, Jeanette..35, 198, 261, Chumbley, Phyllis B. ........... . Churan, Elaine C ........ 35, 349, Churan, Irene L ..............,.. Church, Margaret A. .......... . . Cies, J. B ......... 124, 127, 155, Cies, J. O ....................., Cimino, Gloria M ..... ..,..... Cirlin, Vivian ...... .... 3 5, Cisar, Jewel M. .... .... . Cisar, Winifred A .... ....... Ciszek, R. A ....... .... 1 24, Clancy, W. T ..... .......... Clark, F. E., Jr .... .....,... . . Clark, G. G ..,... ...152, 247, Clark, G. L ..,.. ........,. Clark, J. C .... .. 100 354 345 289 393 24 385 34 350 245 318 394 332 392 384 222 355 372 354 390 244 324 384 348 327 93 1 13 344 222 304 298 323 184 152 392 316 349 385 109 369 97 353 1 13 371 328 372 31 B 397 356 299 1 1 1 97 315 285 368 34 186 167 246 328 336 328 240 390 319 319 99 95 303 319 312 304 244 399 374 100 1 1 1 298 317 365 326 327 103 353 310 373 97 348 34 355 314 96 322 310 1 14 103 174 317 317 399 325 322 299 299 355 312 371 369 155 186 247 288 227 243 ,ly when the call to arms thundered across the P vast acific from Pearl Harbor, all America responded, and Weber was among the first to eifect a transition from peace-time to full-scale production for Uncle Sam. Foresight in the completion of a re- habilitation program and the complete modernization of the Weber equipment line months before our country entered World War II, placed Weber in a posi- tion to supply modern, down-to-date, dental appliances to our government for urgent dental clinic use. 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L ....... ..., 3 04 Class Officers ...... ,...,. . .162A165 Clatlelter, J. H .....,......,. 35 299 Claudia .. ,... . ...,......,..... 223 Claus, A. H ........, 72, 96, 101 113 Claxton, Margaret J ............. 313 Claxton, R. F. ...............,.. 297 Clay, J. D .,.,...,..... 222, 223 225 Clayton, Barbara J ...... 192, 210 321 Cleek, Betty J .,.......,......... 316 Clements, Frances.. ...,...... 351 Clemons, T. R ........ ...76, 98 114 Clevenger, Margaret. . . .,..,.. . 313 Clifford, Marjorie E .,.. . 107, 329 Cline, C. W ......... ...., 3 84 Cline, Helen L ..... 393 Clinton, H ....,.... . .. 378 Clopper, Mary G... ... 322 Clorfene, B. E .... 298 Cluever, Doris L... ... 325 Coahran, J. C .... .... 1 53 Coale, Mary L .... . ..... 363 Coates, W. K. ...., ........ 2 93 Cobb, Kathryn A .,.........,. 310 385 Cochran, N. L ........... 35, 246 394 Coderre, Juliette A.. .35, 160, 166 168 169, 174, 193, 224, 226, 261 316 Coe, Molly A ........ ........... 3 17 CoHman, Maxine R .......... 235 350 Cohen, Bette ........ .,,,,, 2 22 Cohen, B ....,..... ....97, 101 Cohen, B. B .......... .... 9 6 101 Cohen, Charlene B .,... ....,. 3 28 Cohen, C ............. . ....... 102 Cohen, Geraldine B ,....... ..214, 361 Cohen, I .......... ............. 2 96 Cohen, J ......,.... .... 9 5, 102, 112 Cohen, J. J .... ......... 2 98 Cohen, Marilyn . ,,,.,,,, 342 Cohen, M.. ....... .,., 1 82, 387 Cohen, Myra ....... ...... 3 28 Cohen, Roberta S ,.,, ,,,,,, 3 A4 Cohen, Shirley .... ,,., 2 11, 342 Cohler, M. Jerry .... ,..... 3 43 Cohn, Arline ...... .... 2 14, 344 Cohn, Janice R .... ......... 3 61 Cohn, R .......... ......,.... 3 O2 Colow, Emma L... ..., 35, 214, 216 Colby, A. S ...... ,,,,,,,,, 3 QI Caldwell. M. l.... ...... .. 180 Cale, Harriet... .......... . 336 Cole, Louise A... .... 35, 317, 405 Cale, Mary Lou... ,,,,,, 214, 333 Cole, Sharon J .... ........ 2 37 Cole, W .......... ....102, 105 Coleman, J. .......... ..,. 9 7, 114 Colen, Barbara H ......... ...195, 326 College Deans, Unbana ...,...... 22-25 College af Dentistry ...... .... 6 8-73 College of Medicine .... .... 7 4-88 College at Pharmacy... .,,, 90.92 Colles, A. R ......... 246 Collier, Dorothy M ..... ,. . 375 Collins, Glenna M .... 359 Collins, R. D ...,.... 289 Colonial Manor. . . ,, , 335 Calwell, M ...,. ,H 307 Combs, M. W ..,. ............... 3 91 Corness, M ..........,., , .,,,,,, 384 Concert and Entertainment Board.. 227 Conchefl, M. F. ................, 304 Cvnde, 5Ylvia M ...... ....... 3 5,319 Condit, LaVerne H.. ,. .,,,,,, H 344 Congleton, Mnry S ....... 35, 335 398 Conklin, Motions B. ...,,....... f 357 Conklin, R. L .... ..183, 380, 382, 386 Conley, Jayne ............... 211 321 Conley, Phyllis ........,......,. f 321 Cor-rl. F. E .......... .... 1 52, 294 Connell, Collen G .,.. ,,,,,, 3 45 Connolly, Patricia L .... , , , 359 Conrad, Peggy .... ..... , ,, 351 Constanstine, Roslyn .... . ,, 326 Converse, Louise D ..... ,, , 322 Converse, P. D. ........ 395 Conrlybear, Donna .l .,.. 319 Convocations ....... ,,,, 1 89 cook, Shirley ...... .,,.. ' 372 Cooke, Jane C ....... ....... 359 Cooke, Roberta A .... .... 1 95 324 Cooke, W. R. ..... ,,,,, ' 362 Coolley, Betty J.. .. .... . 324 Coon, M. J ..... . .. ,,,, 235 382 CooneY, Dorothy E... ,, , , , , 365 Coober, Cathleen.. ...... 345 Owner, J. F ...... ........ 2 94 C00Der, l ........ .......... 2 36 Cooper. M. E .-.... . ...s2, 96 111 Cooper, Shirley M .,.. ........ 3 50 Copito, B. ..... . .. . .. 222 Coppoliblo, H ........ H, 222 Corbly, Rosemary .,,,, ,,,,, 3 13 Corey. Betty H .................. 321 Corkery, Martha .............. 35 381 Corlden, T. L ....... .82, 94, 105 106 Carman, Jacqueline B ............ 328 CornGeld, L. . .... . . . ,, 99 Corniels, Etie l .... ,, 342 412 Cornwell, R. E., Jr... 297 Corrado, Elaine. . .. .. 344 Carson, Dorothy J ..... .... 3 35 Corwin, J. M .... ..,. ....... 3 4 4 Cosmopolitan Club ..... . . .156, 290 Coss, Jaan M. ....... .. ...184, 373 Cottingham, Martha L... ...211, 318 Cotton, W ............... .... 9 7 Countryman, Jacquelyn J ......... 324 Cover, Cathrine J ............ 270, 363 Cover, Jane ........ . .. .166, 229 Covey, Jay H. ..... .... 3 55 Cowan, Gilda P .... .... 3 38 Cowden, R. P ..... .. 245 Cowherd, C. C .... .. 292 Cox, Helen F ..... .... 320 Cox, C. J. ..... .... , .. 289 cox, J. A ....... ...234, 247 Cox, J .......... .... 9 6,103 Cox, Mrs. Manta. .. .... 236 Coy, C. L., Jr ...... ...214, 292 Cozza, Ann S. ...,.,.. ....... 3 59 Crader, Jeanette M .... . . .203, 354 Craft, C. T ..... .... . ..244, 304 Craft, G. E ....... ..... 3 62 Craig, R. B .... ...245, 299 Crandele ...... . .... 399 Craven, J. C. ........ .. 299 Crawford, Barbara L.. . . . 370 Crawford, R. C. ..... .. 297 Crawford, R. D. ...... ... .. . . 35 Crawford, Velma L .............. 351 Crea, L. A .............. 35 244, 394 Creek, E. M. ..... ...187, 234, 344 Crego, Mary J ....... .......... 3 6 Cress, Nancy E. ...... ... .... 310 Cripe, Betty L ...,...... .. 371 Critchlow, Patricia A .... .. 351 Critchlow, Shirley R ..., .. 351 Crittenden, Doris ..... .. 236 Croessmann, Jane. . . . . . 193 Crane, R. L.. ......... .,.. 2 47 Crank, Mildred M ........ .... 3 45 Crookston, Winifred A.. .. .... 36, 373 Cross, Bettye L. ....... ,,,, 3 29 Crass, L. L. ......... .... 3 84 Crass Country ........ .... 1 54 Crow, Barbara J ......... .... . .. 315 Crowe, Jacqueline N ..... .... 3 6, 329 crown, c .... ,........ .... 9 9 , 106 Crown, M. A. ....... .... 3 03 Crowther, F. H. ...... ,,,, 3 90 Crozier, C. Eleanor ............. 36 Cruft, G ...... .............. 9 9,108 Crum, A. H .................. 36, 181 Crum, W. E...244, 386, 393, 394, 399 cwmflne, J. L .........,. 82, 99, 100 Cruse, Shirley M.. .. ...353, 385 Cruzen, Phyllis l... ,,,, 372 Cullen, Ann l.... 339 Culp, Mary L ...., ,, 349 Culver, D. W. ..... ,, 246 Cummings, Nina B .... ,,,. 2 23 Cummins, Carla J .... ........ 3 17 Cunningham, H. E ....,. ...10, 15, 16 Cunningham, Jean E. .... .... 3 6, 340 Cunningham, Mary J ........ 214, 311 Cunningham, Mary R ......,....., 368 Cunningham, Phyllis. ..... 36 202, 205 Cunningham, T. E .... ..., .,,, 3 5 2 Curry, Jaan L ..... ,.,,,,, 3 57 CUNY, P. N ........ ...244, 286 Curtin, D. Y. ........ ,,,, 3 82 Curtis, M. Catherine.. .. . . .211, 333 Curtis, Dorothy J. ..... ,,,, 3 54 Curtis, Irene ....... ...214, 320 Curtis, Onilee E.. . .. . . .. 315 Curtis, w. A .,.... .... 2 47 Cushman, J. R .... ,,,, 3 43 Cwalina, T ........ ,,76, 95 C1eCl'l, Audrey R.. .. .... 36, 319 D Dudv, W. G ........ ,,,1B6' 293 Daehler, Eileene L... .. .364, 385 Dagovitz, L ........ ..... . 97, 111 Dahlherg, J. ................... 284 Dohlman, Deloris M... 214, 339, 393 Daily Illini .......... 212 213, 214 Dallenbach, D ........ ...... . .99, 106 Dallenbach, Maior K. M ......... 94 Dallenbach, Rosanna C .... ...... 3 27 Damon, Mariellen ....... .. .211, 314 Dana, Gloria ......... ....... 3 18 Daniel, Jessie M.. .. . . .205, 324 Daniels, S. D ..... .. . . 288 Daniels, T ............ .... 2 96 Daniels, T. H ........ . .. ., 291 Danielson, Charlene R .... .. 325 Dantzker, Grace ..... ... ,, 344 Darch, Adelle D. .......... .... 3 42 Darmstadt, Martha D ............ 340 Darrah, Elizabeth A ...... 36, 195, 315 Darst, M. ........., ....... 9 9, 108 DashutADonte, E .... ..... 8 3, 96 Dasso, R ........... .... 9 9, 108 Davenport, J. M ...... ....... 3 74 Davidson, Bobbie J .,.. . . . .36, 316 Davidson, D. R ...... ........ 3 91 Davidson, Helen J .... .......... 3 10 Davidson, Kathryn ...... 178, 183, 334 Davidson, Marian J .... . . .36 316, 390 Davies, Virginia A ,.... ..... Davies, W. D ....... ...... Davis, Barbara J... . . .235, Davis, C. R .... ............. Davis, Diana M ........ 184, Davis, Doris ....... ...... Davis, Gloria S .... ..... Davis, H .......... . . . Davis, Hillaine J ............ Davis, Jane L ......... Davis, J. W. ...... 150, 155, Davis, Joyce A. ............ . Davis, L. . ....... Davis, L. L.. .... .. Davis, Loretta L ..... Davis, Patricia L ..... . Davis, Reba J.. . .. ... Davis, J. R .... .. . . . Davis, R. R.. .. . Davis, W. ......... ... Davis, Yetra R. ....... .. . Davison, Margaret C... Davison, T. H ........ Davito, laVon T .... Davitz, J.. ...... .. Day, Ruth E.. . .. Dayton, Ann L .... Deabler, R ......... Deakun, Alice ...... Deal, Winifred M.... Dean, Betty L ......... Dean, Gwendolyn O... Deon, Sl'1ifl6Y 1 ..., 192,'221',' Deans . .......... 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G .... . . . 236 Neustadt, Janet .... . . . 344 Neustadt, Joan T ..... .... 3 12 Nevels, Margaret L... ...... 359 Neville, Charlotte E ..... .... 3 50, 385 Newberry, Lois B .... .... 3 66 Newburn, Mary L.. .. .... 350 Newby, Dorothy J .... ...... 3 59 Newcomb, R. ...... . . .25, 188 Newman, E. ....... ..... 1 11 Newman Foundation . . . . 184 Newman, Maxine ... . ....... . 355 Newman, E. A ................ 79, 95 Newquist, E. C ....... 208, 307, 356 Newton, Yvonne E. .......,...... 339 Nicholas, D. J .................. 339 Nichols, D. ...... 138 140, 155, 297 Nichols, 1. ............. 79, 98, 108 Nicholson, Mary L.... ....... . 320 Nicholson, P. W. ..... ...... 9 7 Nickelsan, Phyllis A .... . ....... 355 Nicklaus, Barbara A.... .... 214, 357 Olsen, H. H. .... .... . Olson, C. ....... . . .99, Olson, Clara M.. .. .. . .170, Olson, Jacqueline .... . Olson, J. A ...... ...... Olson, K. ........ .... 9 6, Olson, Mary L.... Olson, R. W. ..... .. . Oltman, Doris L ...... .. . Omega Beta Pi ........ . . . Ondreicin, Mildred E ............ O'NeaI, J. E ................... O'NeiI, PEGGY G ....... 164, 359 O'NeiI, Veronica T .... ..... ..... O'Niell, Gwendolyn Onondaga ....... Opp, Jocquelyn C.. Oppegard, A. .. .. Oppegard, Rosemary Orange Star Illini. Orchesis ........ Ordman, R. .... . Orenstein, H. E... Orenstein, Mildred Orkin, Bernice S.. Orr, J. M ..... 124, Orr, K. W.. ..... . Ortiz, Martha G... Osborn, Anna K... Osborn, H. M.... Osborne, J. .... . ...........99, Osborne, Joyce 1. ....... 183, 236 M ...... .... ....211 1 130, 132 1 1 Osher, Marilyn J.. ...... . . Osoff, Roselle .... 312, 385 Osthy, Jeanne A ................ Ostrom, Marie A ..... .. . Ostrowsky, Muriel ... . .. Ottinger, Mariorie ... ... Ourada, Maxine H .... Overberger, C. ..... . . . Ovresat, Elizabeth M .... ..... Owen, Ruth E ..... . .. ..... 53, Owens, H. C .... ....... .. Owens, Beverly J.. .. ...... ..... Owens, E. Patricia . . .54, 224, Oyer, R. L ...... . ....... 86, Ozacar, I. M .... . ....... Ozelsel, M, ... ....290, Ozyurt,M... P Nickolls, Frances .... ...... 3 17 Nielsen, J. D. ...... .... 3 52 Nielson, Barbara S... ... 237 Nierenberg, N. .... . .. 98 Nierenberg, M. .. ... 110 Nierman, R. I .... ... 298 Nihan, Mary J.... 322 Nimtz, Ruth W.. . ... 236 Nipe, Luverta ...... .. 311 Nitache, Phyllis J .... ... 316 Naam Hall ........ .... 3 58 Noble, Anne .... ...... 3 05 Noble, J. H. ..... ...97 108 Noble, Mildred I ................ 367 Noble, Myrna F ...... ........... 3 36 Noble, Nancy .... 195, 236, 310 322 Nalan, Jean L .............. 319 404 Nolan, K. S. .... ....... 8 6, 96 100 Noland, A. R ..... ..... 2 34 245 Nolen, Betty L ..... ...53, 317 380 Nolen, Oradel ... . .... 185 316 Noll, L. ............ ..... 9 9 106 Nall, Lt. V. H .......... ....242 243 Noonan, Margaret P. .... .... 2 34 340 Noonan, T. J ........ ...... 2 45 Norbeck, N. W ..... ...... 3 74 Norberg, Betty N.... .... 371, 385 Nord, s. K ......... ...... 9 4 Nordstrom, G. L .... ..... 2 95 North, Paulita ...... .. 359 Northam, Mary K .... ... 321 Nartrup, L. W ...... 292 Norvell, S. T ..... ..... 9 7 Noskin, J. H ....... ...97 101 Nathdurft, Lila P .... .... 3 10 Nota, J. .......... ... 97 Nourie, Wyono M .... ... 363 Novack, N. ....... ... 298 Novack, Shirley C... . . . .. 336 Novak, C. G ...... .. .... 79, 95 Nover, Laynor ..... .... 3 44 Novitsky, Gloria .. . ... 312 Nowaczyk, E. A ....... . 339 Nowak, Irene .......... .... 1 04 Nowakowski, Laverne A. ......... 369 Nowell, Vera I ...... . . . .... 214 332 Nudelman, M. .. ...95 112 Nufer, R. J .... .... 3 O6 Nupson, H. 246 Nu Sigma Nu ..... ., 106 Nusinaw, B. ....... .. 301 Nuttall, Mariory J .... ......... 3 53 Nye, Ja Ann M... ..,. ......... . . 345 Nymon, R. D ...... .... 7 9, 95 106 Oakes, Gloria L ................ 325 Obertranc, J. .................. 307 Oberto, R. J ........ 53, 245, 381, 394 O'Brien, D. J .... .......... 2 44, 304 O'Brien, J. C ....... .......... 7 9, 95 O'Brien, J. J ........ .... .... 8 6 , 96 O'Brien, Marguerite M ........... 322 O'Byrne, Nell R ........ .... 3 14 390 O'Byrne, Sharon M... ...... 313 O'Connar, J. A. .... .... 9 7 Odell, Ruth A .... . . . 321 oder., L. M ....... 291 O'Donnell, T. E. .... ... 287 Oetzel, lrene E ..... . . . 354 Otfenhiser, E. . . . . . . 185 Olienhiser, P. .... . . . 185 Offenstein, Iva J .... ..... 3 21 Otitice, Audrey H .... . . .53, 328 Offner, Flora A ..... ......... 2 37 Oft, M. H ...................... 374 Ogun, Annabel L. ...... .53, 359, 402 Ogden, J. A ........ ..... 2 72, 293 Oksendahl, Ruth J .... ........ 3 15 Olbrich, Janice M. .............. 354 Oldendorph, Ethel M ..... 53, 380, 381 Oldham, Rita M ..... ............ 3 73 Oliver, W. A ........ ........ 3 94 Olmstead, Cena ... . . . . . 17 Olmstead, E. G... .... .. 96 Olsen, A. ..... .... 2 46, 394 Pacini, A. Paciorka, C. .... Paddor, H. S ..... Padrta, Bonnie J.. Paeltz, E. Pagac, Elenore B.. Pagliarulo, Gloria Pais, M. D. ..... . Palecek, Catherine 197, 229, Palleria, E. J.. . .. Palman, Palmer, Ina R .... C. E .... S ....... i5i,' 270, i64,' Palmer, H. ..... 144, Palmer, J. E ...... .... Palmer, Wilda E .... ..... Pampel, Harriet F .... ... Panhellenic ......... ..... Pantone, A. M ............ 86, Paradise, Dorothy E ..... Parham, W. E ..... Parker, A. W ...... Parker, L. E ...... Lillian M.. Parker, Parker, R. ...... . Parkerson, Lauralynn .... 54, 169, 178, 261, Parkes, Betty A... Parks, K. M. ..... . Parks, Lucille ll.. Parks, Ronald R... Parks, W. ...... . Parrott, Betty A... Paray, Anne E.. Parry, Muriel H... Parry, R. W ...... Parsons, Doris C... Pastnack, G. L... Patch, Patsy M .... Patchett, E. A ..... Pathman, Patterson, Patterson, Patterson, Kay . . . Millicent ..54. 216 1 4. ri. L ..... .... 'fsi Joanne E ...... 54 1 1 Patterson, Nancy E .... .... . . Patterson, Patton, Edna B .... Patton, Patricia A. Paul, Elsa M ...... Paull, John ...... Paulshock, M. P. L ......... 124 Paulson, B. ..153, 244, 299 Pautz, V. F ....... Pavlik, Dorothy E.. Pawlish, J. ...... . Poynter, C. ..... . Pazin, Vilma M... Peacock, J. . ..... Pearcy, R. R ..... " '.'.'.'5i 1 1 1 211 166, 364, 1781 146 223 .54 194 96 285 .54 162, 359, 341 107, 95 236 iiaisi 327, 1251 140 565 153 225 .96 .95 1 1 1 1 1 1 152 108 353 317 304 103 336 335 366 397 363 343 385 378 364 358 327 302 53 279 204 390 296 53 358 155 352 65 350 154 1 14 385 344 400 316 363 344 333 316 285 366 319 96 324 370 96 405 405 405 109 93 298 336 303 345 321 234 176 385 304 279 287 155 284 313 214 195 100 369 382 343 343 271 247 168 401 398 375 344 287 366 378 205 382 315 105 336 391 394 399 357 314 322 138 155 335 54 385 352 378 394 246 355 343 106 358 113 292 Pratt, C. H ..... . 17 398 34 396 Q Pipik, P. Pisauro, P. C. , . Pistor, Claire .. Pi Tau Sigma.. . . .. Pitzele, Alma S .... Pitzer, Margarette H... Pizzini, Loretta M .... Placzek, Camille J ,... Plagge, Frances M .... Planert, E. H. ..... ..,144, 147, Platt, G. ....... . ..54 i Plesscher, W. . .... ..... 9 9, Pletcher, Elva M ...... ...... 107, Plotkin, P. ....,....,.... 79, 95, Plotnick, Frances A .... Plotnick, Ruth D. .,.. . Podeschi, Norma C.. .. Podore C. J... ,......,.. ...86, Poftenbarger, Doris E .... ....,., Pogerski, S. ......... .... 7 3, Pokarney, Janet ..... . ,.,....,. Polen, Eugene ... ..,.... .... Polk, Roberta M .... ,... 2 11, 328, Polka, J. Eleanora ...,...,..,.. Pollen, L. K .... ...,....,.,.,. Pollock, G. H ......., 86, 96, 102, Pollock, R. G ..... ........,.... Pollock, S. ....... ..,... . ... Pomper, Shirley T .... ... .,., Poorman, Jean A.. ,.,... ..... , .. Pope, Margaret J., .. . . .194, 319 Pope, P. ....,.. ....... 9 9 Pope, W. ...... ,..70, 95 Popeioy, W. D .... .,.. 1 80 Poriss, E. I ...,. ...70, 95 Porter, l. L ....... ........ Porter, Mary B .... ....,.. Porter, R. ....,. ...381 Porter, W. J. ...,. .... . Poses, Patricia M... .... Posner, B. ,....,. .,.. . Possehl, L. ...,.. ..,144 Posthewaite, R. . .... 95 Potkln, N. N. ..... . Potrafke, W. A .,., ,71 Potter, Ann M .,.. . .. Potter, Gloria ... .... Potter, L. A. .,.,. ,.... Potts, Mary V .... .. .359 Potts, R. H ..... ....... Poull, J. W... ...182 Pouts, V. ........ .... . Powell, Leanora ... . . . .. Powell, Juliette L .... ...234 Powell, Phyllis ,... ..,.,..... Powers, G. .....,... ...80, 95 Powers, R. W ....,.... .... 2 85 Powers, Virginia M. ......... 236 Powrie, W. R .... Poyer, W. .. ....... 54, 246, 293 Poynton, Nola I. ..,.....,... 211 Pracuk, J. .........,........ 96 Pranke, D. W ....... .80, 98, 105 Pratt, Wilma E....315, 387, 390, Pratum, R. H ............, ae, 99, Preece, A, C ..... ....... Prenzler, L. ...... ..,. 9 9, Presbyterian Hall .. . . .330, Pressman, R. G ..... ........ Prestler, Shirley M.. .. .. Preston, Betty L .... .... 5 5,199 402 Price, A. L., Jr ....... ...,... . Price, Barbara A .,..... ........ Price, Dorothy A .... ...165, 205 Price, E. ....... ...... 9 9 Price, H. A ..... ......,. Price, Joan C. ..... .. ..... .,. Price, Patricia A .... ...183, 211 Prichard, M. E... .... .213 Priest, E. R .,... ........ Prince, V. ......, ....... . Prisyan, J. B ....... ..,...,. Pritchard, Roberta ..... 174, 363 Procter, Lois J .... .....,........ Proehl, Louise M .... 55, 167, 193, 221, 224, 261, 310 Prokapis, A. ....,..,...... 124, Pronger, J. E ................. .. Prowell, J. ....... . . Prower, Harriet ...... .. Pruzansky, Lucille L.. . . . Przydotek, Sophie . . . . . Psi Chi .......... ..... Psi Omega ....... ....... Puialt, Shirley M ..... .,.. .2 11, Pugh, Hilde N ....... ........., Push, W. ................... 97, Pulliam, Georgia B ...... .55, 169, 335, Punderson, R. ..,.. . .......... .. Punke, Flossie M...199, 236, 354, Pearl, Mildred C ..... . . . 313 Pearson, Belva A .... ... 332 Pearson, R. L .... .. . . , 356 Pecora, J. S ..,... ...86, 96 Pedersen, H. ....... . . . 245 Penefsky, M. ......... . . . 96 PenGeld, Carolyn J ..... ... 333 Peneisky, M. ..,.... . .. 101 Perelgut, Eleanor H. ..., , .. 336 Perisich, Bernice .... .. 367 Perisich, Hermina . .. . .. 367 Perkins, C. ...... .,... 2 94 Perkins, F. ........ ...... 3 84 Perkins, M. ........ .,....,, 1 12 Perkins, Margie A .... ..,. 2 11, 310 Perkins, M. B ...... , ...... 96 Perlman, Joan ... .,... . 326 Perman, G. .. ..... ..... 3 80 Perloli, G. ..... ,..,. 7 0, 98, 101 Perretti, Pat J ..... .......,..... 2 87 Perring, Jo Ahh., ,... 192, 221, 224 226, 317 Perry, Harriet N ..... ......... 3 90 Perry, J. M ,.... ..... 2 46 Perry, K. W .... ........ 5 4 Perry, T. ........ ....... 9 7, 100 Pesci, W. R ....,... ....... 2 87, 383 Peskind, Bernadette ...... 54, 387, 390 Peskind, Phyllis B .... ......... 3 28 Peterrnan, Helen E.. , . . , ..,. . .. 393 Peters, H. ................,. 97, 100 Peters, J. R ......... ,... ..... 9 9 , 103 Peters, Naomi V .... 174, 176, 195, 316 Peters, Ruth E .........,. ....... 3 45 Peters, Shirley D .... ,....,. . . , .. 365 Petersen, Gloria J .... . .. 365 Petersen, Kathryn L ...,. ..... 3 29 Peterson, Alice C ....... ...... 3 15 Peterson, Dorothy M.. , . . ,...... 324 Peterson, F. L .......,....... 299, 246 Peterson, Mary L ...... ........ 5 4, 327 Peterson, W. E .... 163, 187, 215, 278 374, 390, 392 Petlak, Marguerite .............. 351 Petters, Evangeline ..,,..... 234 Petty, Mary L ..... ..... 3 54 Pevsner, Annette ., .... 54, 182 Pfefier, Sally J .... ...... 3 22 Pfeiffer, Mary A ..... . ...,.. 373, 399 Pfotenhauer, M. A ...,......,., 86, 96 Phelps, Margaret L ..........,... 350 Phelps, R. L .,...,,.. ..13a, 140, 155 Phi Beta Kappa .... ...... . 381 Phi Beta Pi .....,. .,.....,. 1 08 Phi Chi ......... . ..,.. 109 Phi Chi Theta ...... ........ 3 98 Phi Delia Epsilon. ., .... 110, 111 Phi Delta Theta... ..... . 293 Phi Epsilon Pi.. ..... 294 Phi Eta Sigma ..,. 384 Phi Kappa Phi .... 380 Phi Kappa Psi ...... 306 Phi Kappa Sigma ..,. ... 295 Phi Lambda Kappa. .. .... . 112 Phi Lambda Upsilon.. ...... 382 Phillips, O. ....... .... 2 34, 235 Phillips, D. L ....... . ..,..... 297 Phillips, Frances ............ 214, 385 Phillips, l-l. H ............,. 70, 94, 97 Phillips, Jacqueline M., .... ,..... 3 66 Phillips, Jeannette P..54, 311, 380, 382 Phillips, Joanne O ....,.......... 351 Phillips, Margaret L ..... 378 Phillips, Mildred A .... . ... 318 Phillips, O. K ........ ... 391 Phillips, Shirley M .... 370 Phillips, W. .....,. 214 Phi Mu Phi ....... .. 113 Phi Omega Pi ....., 325 Phipps, Imogene L.. .. ... 318 Phi Rho Sigma ..... ... 114 Phi Sigma Sigma .... ........... 3 26 Phi Upsilon Ornicron .........,... 398 Pianowski, T. ....... 79, 95, 105, 109 Pi Beta"Phi ....... ......... 2 73, 327 Picard, Jean P.. . , .... 290, 381, 382 Picchi, A. J .....,.. ...,......... 3 92 Pichon, Martha J ........ 234, 235, 337 Pickord, Marilyn J. .......,...... 375 Picker, Elizabeth B.. ,........ 211, 328 Pickett, Eleanor . . .192, 194, 210, 321 Pickett, M., Jr ............. ..... 2 47 Pickrell, W. F ..... 297 Piech, R. C ......... .. . 343 Pier, Ruth C ........ ........ 2 36 Pierce, Barbara L. .............. 349 Pierce, Dorothy E .....,. 236, 237, 366 Pierce, Julia F .................. 364 Pierrats ....................... 225 Piersol, R. J. ..... 234, 244, 286, 394 Pierson, Irene D ....,.. ..I7, 160, 168 Pierson, Joan B ............ ..... 3 54 Pierzynski, T. .... ........ 2 46 Pi Lambda Phi .... 296 Pi Kappa Epsilon .... . , , 105 Pikna, R. J ....... .,,., 3 44 Pile, D. E ....... . . .79, 95 Pile. w. J ..... ...56, 95 Pilz, C. G ...... ...a6, 96 Pi Mu Epsilon .... ..... 3 82 Pinkus, W. ..... .,., 9 9, 111 Ping, Mary A .... ...... 3 50 Pinsky, M. .... ........ 3 84 Pipas, G. .... 153, 244 Pipes, Melvin . ....,. 343 Purcell, Dorothy M ........... Purcelle, V. K .............. Purdy, R. A ....... 269, 292, Purkey, Nola M ...... 384, Puzey, D. ..... . ............ . . . Quagli ano, J. V .... . . Quandt, Carol J .... 99 343 371 381 312 351 367 236 370 155 289 100 345 1 12 346 346 355 96 345 103 353 343 400 351 302 1 12 292 298 346 317 399 103 1 13 272 101 15 354 386 343 342 302 146 103 101 245 357 336 235 385 297 223 306 235 318 316 108 382 372 152 393 321 113 108 100 304 100 359 294 351 317 403 286 369 321 103 55 385 324 278 97 284- 368 220 381 155 307 293 326 397 86 399 1 13 321 337 106 178 405 247 401 317 378 397 363 286 285 351 Quenn, Betty J .... 350 Quicksilver, Lois , .. 326 Quilici, R. W ..,.. ,. ..,.. 292 Quillinan, J. W .... ........ 2 45 Quilty, T. J .......,. ,..86, 96, 100 Quimby, Carol R .,... .....,.. 3 14 Quinn, Marian .... . ..,.,. 405 Quitmeyer, V. E., .. ...87, 96 R Raben, S. ...,...... . . 294 Robin, Genevieve . .. 338 Rabinav, D. I .... .... , , 384 Rabinowitz, Shirley ... .. 344 Racleke, E. F, .,...., . ... .... 284 Radeke, Nancy D ..... .......... 3 45 Rafiel, Natalie .. .... 55, 221, 224 226, 361 Ramos, Roslyn L. ...... ........ 3 36 Rahe, W. C .... ...........,. 2 47, 394 Rahn, Rosemary R..164, 236, 270, 363 Raines, Pauline ..,....,. 55, 234, 371 Raiser, D. A., Jr. .............. , 247 Raley, Patricia A ..... .......... 3 11 Ralston, H. ....... .........,. 3 04 Ralston, Joan E .... ...195, 324, 404 Ralston, L. S ..... .,.. 8 0, 95, 102 Ramey, C. A .... ..,.. 8 7, 96 Ramp, F, L. .,.. ...... 5 5, 381 Ramsay, J. P .,,. . ...,.... 300, 392 Ramsey, W. S ..,.....,.,..,.... 244 Randall, Shirley .,.. 55, 199, 234, 335 Randolph, Joan ....,... 223, 322, 405 Randolph, R. ., ......... 96, 103 Randolph, T. .. .,.. 96, 105, 109 Raney, C. S ...,... ....,. 1 57, 244 Rankin, C. R. ...... ...... 5 5, 394 Rankin, Marilyn M ..,., ...182, 378 Rankin, R. D. ...,..... .....,.. 3 39 Ronney, Florence M ............. 367 Ransom, Nadine ,.183, 214, 320, 400 Rapaport, L. P, ...,.,.... 87, 96, 112 Rapp, R. L ....,.,..., .....,... 2 86 Rapp, R. T ......... ..,., 8 0, 95 Rarick, Elizabeth A ..,. ,.... 3 32 Rarick, Phyllis C .... ...183, 385 Rash, Sharon J... .... . 358 Raskin, Fern B. ....... .....,. 3 38 Raskin, J. ............, .... 9 6, 101 Rasmussen, Dorothy l ..., ...178, 353 Rasmussen, Ruth A.. .. ,.... 353 Rastede, J. W. ,......,. ..... 3 56 Rathsack, Catherine M .,....... 55, 323 Rau, Irma J ..,......... .....,. 3 20 Roube, Gretchen ..... ,..265, 342 Rausch, Carolyn R. .... ..... 3 45 Raushenberger, J. W, .... ..,. 4 04 Ravlin, L. ........... ,.... 1 14 Rawlings, Rachel .... 55, 205 Ray, Jean ........... . ..,... 357 Rayman, Natalie H ..... . . .182, 346 Roymer, H, S. ....... ...,. 9 7 Reace, C. W ....... .,.. 3 39 Reace, Marie F .... .... 3 71 Reamer, Betty .... ....,.. 3 85 Reardon, Mary E .... ...211, 311 Rebenstorf, M. ,. ..... 285 Redman, Shirley ... .,.. 311 Reeb, Jeanne M .... ,.,. 3 24 Reed, Jane F .... . ........... 318 Reed, L. J ....,........,.... 285, 382 Reed, Q. ........... 87, 95, 108, 113 Reeder, Barbara A ...... 236, 311, 398 Reeder, E. H ...... ..,.......... 3 97 Reeder, Georgia E,. .. ...... .. 364 Reeder, Rowena . , . ..., . 320 Reedy, H. Jean ............, 176, 318 Reedy, J. H ,..,. ............... 2 90 Reese, Teresa M ..... 55, 188, 189, 212 213, 322 Reeter Club... ........360 Reeves, B. D ..... . , . . 324 Regina ...,.....,... ..... 3 61 Rehbein, Leila L ..,.. ....,.. 3 76 Reichert, C. C. ..... ,.,.55, 391 Reichstein, Rita R .... ...., 3 56 Reid, E. ....... ,. ...,. 395 Reid, R. A ...... .... 9 7, 106 Reiffel, P. ...,.. ....... 1 02 Reigle, J. ........ ......., 2 45 Reihmer, V. A ...., .... . ...87, 99 Reilly, C. N., Jr ...., .... 8 7, 96, 108 Reimers, F. ....... ........ 2 46 Reinbold, W. C .... ....... 2 18 Reinert, J. ....... .,.. ..... 1 0 6 Reinhard, R. F ..... ...,.... 2 46, 394 Reis, F. ....................... 380 Reis, F. M ..... ...80, 95, 102, 112 Reitman, R. . . . ......,... 95 Reitsema, R. H.. .. ...... .. . . 382 Reitz, Alberta L .... , . . ........ . 347 Reizner, B. ,............... .99, 101 Remington, G. A .... 55, 223, 307, 356 Remke, C. R.. .................. 247 Renberg, Marian N .... .,,..,.. 3 12 Rensner, D. A ...... .... 9 7,103 Rephan, Norma J .... . ,...... 344 Resnick, J. M ..... ...71, 97, 101 Resnick, L. H. ....... ..,..... 9 2 Reuben, P. .......... ....... 9 3 Reuland, Agnita M .... ....... 3 75 Reuling, Katharine .. ...195, 322 Reutha House ... .,........ . 361 Reyes, Mary L.... .... 55, 337, 402 Reyner, Carla ..,. .....,.... 3 23 Reynolds, G. ...,.. ..... 2 45, 394 Reynolds, Jeanette .,, .... 223 Rhine, Jane L ...... .. 367 Rhodes, Faith E, ..... .. 355 Rhodes, Thelma L.. .. .... 370 Rice, Barbara J .... ...,. 3 67 Rice, D. Louise .... ...216, 359 Rice, I. W ....... .,.. 8 7, 96 Rice, J. .,... ...,. 1 13 Rice, J. R ...... ....... 9 5 Rich, B. P ....... ...245, 394 Rich, Helen M... .,.. , 354 Rich, M. R .... . ..... 294 Richards, D. .... ... .... ,.99, 100 Richards, M. .......,........ ,.. 102 Richardson, Barbara J .... 55, 212, 213 225, 315 Richardson, Nada M ............. 332 Richardson, Sherrill .,. .... 324 Richart, Kathryn M.. .. .... 327 Richer, E. ......... .. .. 307 Richner, Kathryn J ..... .... 5 6, 337 Richter, Bernice ..... ...338, 385 Richter, Beverly L.. . ..,.. . 358 Rick, Dorothy M ,... ,... 3 76 Ricker, C. J ..... .... 2 44 Ricketts, K. A .... ...... 3 39 Riddle, Louise ..... ,.,237, 317 Ridsdale, Della .... ...... 3 71 Riekes, Frieda ...............,.. 312 Riemann, Marilyn R .............. 236 Riepma, P. A..56, 150, 155, 247, 395 Riess, LaVern C ............... .. 56 Rietveld, Mary M ....,.. 197, 236, 341 Rifkin, H. ....... ......., 8 0, 98 Rifkin, M. ..... ......... 1 10 Rigg, Jo Marilyn ..............., 325 Riggin, Thelma M ........ 56, 211, 348 Rikli, A. E ........ 80, 93, 94, 95, 114 Riklin, B. M.... ......,., 71, 88, 95 Ring, W. A ...... ....... 2 47 Rissman, B, R. ..... ...,., 2 94 Rist, Pauline M .... .,.,.,... 3 25 Ritchey, H. M ..... ..,....... 8 0 Ritchie, Mary J. ........ 183, 360, 385 Rittenbaum, Allene , ........ 182, 346 Ritter, Dorothy J .... 56, 166, 198, 215 268, 322 Rosch, Marilynn J. .............. 319 Roan, J. R .....,.... ...56, 246, 394 Roork, Constance M .... ......... 3 72 Robb, C. W .,...... ...,...,. 6 5 Robbins, Ida ...., ......,....,. 1 93 Robbins, I. L ...... .......,..,., 3 05 Robbins, Margaret A ..... 56, 166, 193 226, 228, 260, 324, 380, 381 Roberson, W. S .............,... 92 Roberts, F. l..., 92 Roberts, G. A ,... , ..,. 80, 98 Roberts, G. H.. .. ...56, 297 Roberts, L. ....., ,.... 9 9, 10,8 Roberts, Mary Lou. . . ...332, 385 Roberts, Shirley J ..... ...... 3 24 Robertson, Carita .... ....,. 1 68 Robin, Virginia ....... ....,.. 3 46 Robinson, Barbara R .... .... 2 11, 312 Robinson, Claire A ..., .... 2 14, 316 Robinson, G. E., Jr .... . ,.... 391 Robinson, I. . ...... ..,. 7 3 Robinson, M. J.. .. . ..... 96, 101 Robinson, M. T ..........,... 225, 384 Robinson, R. C ........... 80, 95, 106 Robinson, Rosemary S ...... ...... 3 55 Robinson, W. D ..............,.. 245 Robinson, W. W .,........,,..... 96 Robison, R. E .....,..... 180, 244, 394 Rochow, Caroline V .......,. , . .. 359 Rochow, Julia A ....., .,... 2 13, 359 Foder, T. M ........ .... 2 86, 384 Roderque, D. L .... ...... 3 03 Rodrick, G. E ,.... ,... 2 98 Rodriquez, A. .. ..,. 290 Roe, D, ........ ...96, 103 Roe, Lois M .,..... ....... 3 13 Roettger, W. H. .........,.. 142, 144 RoHman, S. ....... ,.,......... 1 82 Roger Williams Fellowship .....,. 185 Rogers, Dorothy J ........... 315, 385 Rogers, Margaret A .,..... ....... 3 66 Rohde, M. W .,..... 56, 182, 296, 399 Rohde, Phyllis J ................ 359 Rohling, Mary L ....... .......,.. 3 45 Roland, H. C .... ......... 2 45 Roland, Irma J... ...,..... . 314 Roland, Roberta .. . . .195 211, 321 Roland, T, ....... ..... .... 3 4 3 Rolf, F. H. ......... ...,..... 3 91 Rolison, Donna J .... , , . . .234, 345 Roller, M. E ........ . .,,. .... 2 44 Rolley, Margaret E ....... 56, 195, 320 Roman, Sophie H .......... .... 3 47 Romersberger, Elaine ...... .... 2 36 Romersberger, Irma K .... 56, 315, 401 Romick, Wilma A. ......... , . .. 366 Romm, Betty A. ....... . .. , . ., 328 Roorda, J. ...... .... 9 9, 100 Roos, Barbara J .,., .... 5 6,327 Roos,J.H ..... ..,.291 Rooscl, J. .......... ..... ..,. 2 8 9 Rooth, Frances S ........... ,... 346 Rose, Betty Ann... .... 56, 203, 319 Rose, Louise .... .......,.. 3 42 s 4 23 310 336 Schwager, Ruth A...57, 193, 262, Rose, Margaret J ...,.. ......,. Rose, Mary F ........,....,.. 205, Rose, Phyllis J ........,,...,.., Rosecrans lMrs.l Roberta D ....... Rosen, C. . .,............... . . Rosen, D. A ......,,.,., 223, 225, Rosen, Eunice R .... ...,..... Rosen, l. ......, .... 9 6 Rosen, Janice ...., ..,. , ... Rasen, Janice R.. .. .... ..... Rosen, T. ....,.. .... 7 3, 96 Rosenau, Jane R ..... ...., 2 14, Rosenberg, Caryl E ,... ....., Rosenberg, Corinne J... ,... Rosenberg, L, J ....... ,,.., Rosenbloom, Mariorie . ,..., . Rosenbloom, M. ,..,.,. . , .152 Rosenblum, P. .,..,,.... ..... . Rosenburger, Barbara A, ...., 211 Rosenburgh, Mary E .,.. ..,... Rosenfeld, B. .......... ...186 Rosenfeld, Beverly J .... ..... Rosenfeld, Dorothy ... .... ,... Rosenfeld, Helen M ....,...,..... Rosenstein, Arlene F ..... 195, 211 Rosenthal, Florence ... ..... .... Rosenthal, Joan C ....,. .... Rosenthal, Patsy .,....... ..,... Rosenzweig, Carolyn J .... ,...... Rosner, M. ........,....,... 96 Rosner, Shirley S. ..........,... . Ross, Betsy R. ..., . . .169, 170 192 Ross, G. E ....... , . . .87, 99 Ross, Jeanette ..,. ............ Ross, Lorena A ,... .. .223, 327 Ross, Rose Lee. . . ...... . , .. Ross, W. C .... . ..,. 234 Rossell, C, F .,.,. .,.. 8 0, 98 Rossen, Phyliss ... ..... .... Rosset, Geraldine .. ...,. . . Rossman, Renee M... .... Rast, J. J, ......., R.O.T.C. .....,., .,,240 Roth, G. J .,......... .. . . Rothgangel, Mary J .... .,.. .... Rottschaeter, R. ........ ....... , Routman, Margaret H .........,., Rowe, Barbara J ..,. 195, 229, 319 Rowe, Blossom M ..........,..... Roy, Phyllis M... .,.. Foyer, Mary A... ..... Rubenstein, J. ...., ..... 7 1, Rubenstein, J. L ..., .... 7 3 Rubenstein, M. ...,. ....., 9 8 Rubenstein, S. l .....,.... 87, 96 Rubenzik, Shirley D .,.. ....... Rubin, S. S .......... ,..., . Rubin, S. L .,....... ..,.... Rubin, W. ...... ,... 9 6 Rudman, J. H .... ,.,,,, Rudnik, Lois M .,.,. ........ 2 14 Rueben, P. . ,... .......... 9 6 Ruehr, H. L ......... 80, 95, 102 Rueter, Helen T ...,.,.,......... Rueter, Mary L .... ...350, 385 Ru5, W. H ...... .......,., Rulison, C. A ..,. ,.,. 8 7, 99 Rumack, D. R .... ,,,,,..,, Rundle, R. J ....... ...,..,,.... 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S .......... Saller, Charlene M .... ,, Saltl, W. ,....... . 424 345 322 322 194 298 302 182 111 205 326 104 316 336 298 356 246 296 327 345 301 312 393 356 326 182 334 344 182 111 338 172 310 108 378 401 356 235 106 356 346 361 247 241 235 322 99 356 400 336 355 335 95 101 110 112 182 294 294 111 301 333 101 380 350 390 362 106 97 153 391 352 225 404 25 332 327 110 362 361 321 345 155 299 372 319 342 314 314 329 314 320 370 1 14 278 298 336 204 246 348 363 306 384 286 204 323 240 298 350 97 Saltzman, Roberta M... Salyers, Charlotte Samotny, H. .... Sampson, F. T... A... Samson, Ellen N ....,...,. Samuelson, Gladys , .57 Samuelson, R. E .... Sanders, Betty J ..... Sanders, Dola ...,.,. Sanders, Shirley A .... Sanders, S. T.. ,,,. . Sandford, Priscilla ... Sandler, Gertrude A... Sandquist, Marilyn A.. Sands, G. D. ....... . Sanford, Marian J .... Sangdahl, D. W ..... Saperstein, S. S .,., Sapin, June B ...,.... Saposnik, Ruth ....,., Saquin, Evaleen A .,.. Sarnat, L. A ..,..... Saslow, E. J ......., Sathmary, Marie N .... Satin, Virginia R.. .. Satorius, Joan I .....,. Satterlee, Frances J... Satz, Harriet ........ Satz, L, K .......,.... Sauer, G. C ........ 8 Sauer, W. W .... .... , Saunders, Jeanne .... Saunders, J. H.. , .. Saunders, S. ..,. , Sayler, Shirley J .... . Sax, Betsye R ..... .. Saxon, L. ..... . . .. Saxon, Phyllis A ..... . Saxon, R. ..,.,.. . Soylor, Hilda S ..... Saylor, J. F .......,. Scanlin, Betiiean M.. .. Schaad, Doris E .... .. Schaar, F. ....... . Schad, Donna J ...... Schaefer, A. W ....... Schaefer, Darlene M .... Schafale, Doris L.. . . .. Schaflner, Carol l. .... Schairer, A. , ..... . Schanck, R. D ...... .. Scharenberg, R. .... . Scharfenberg, Jeanne M Schartman, Marcia Scharmer, R. K ....... Schatzman, L. ...... . Schatzman, Vivian R.. Schaub, Priscilla J .... Schayes, Hazel R .... Scheel, R. ,,..... . Schettel, P, F... Schell, D. C ....... Schenk, Mary L ..,.. Scherer, Helen D .... 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Schubert, Patricia M .... .. .57 188 197 98 '1 76 198 285 323 291 2-1.1 222 .97 95 350 '1 bs 257 336 361 1 io Q71 255 272 4. 57 216 2-111 229 153 4195 325 214 211 .57 358 .96 195 '. 93 320 .so 245 214 -165 216 160 361 151 366 356 322 301 186 390 189 235 106 333 57 339 98 334 268 318 382 401 391 97 312 385 226 111 111 334 342 332 385 182 294 106 343 348 297 103 333 399 384 385 1 1 1 71 103 376 355 102 370 300 347 357 326 106 287 384 319 336 343 301 326 107 80 99 247 356 325 402 343 312 342 369 299 99 345 363 393 1 1 1 391 321 323 342 346 1 12 345 359 320 1 12 304 205 310 393 350 132 1 12 329 100 288 329 294 372 345 323 17 92 315 97 102 341 168 351 352 392 155 97 385 323 Schuder, Jean L... Schuder, J. C.. ............. . . .. Schueneman, Jean ....,. 244, Schulte, W. .....,....,.,. . Schultz, Patricia J .... Schultz, W. M ..... .. Schultz, W. R .......,. 393, .96, Schumacher, Margaret . ...... 214, Schumann, Teresa M .... Schussler, June R.... Schutz, D. 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Sedgwick, Marilyn '.'.'.3'17Q Seeber, Dorothy A .... ......, Seed, Kathryn D .... ,... 2 13, 327, Seeds, Beverly A ...., , ..... 58, Seeds, R. A ..........,. ...94, Seeds, R. G ........., ...... Seegmiller, Dorothy C.. Seekamp, F. W., Jr .,... .,,. 1 87, Seen, Ruth Y ...,..... ...,214, Segal, P. ..... .. ...97, Seiden,H. ......... Seidner, H. M... ............ ,... Seligman, D. ................. . Sell, Elaine M ..,. ,214, 329, 335, Selley, W. A. ................ ... Sellstrom, R. E. .,.............. . Selner, P. A. .................. , Senger, J. D...58, 220, 224, 225, Senior Ball ......,............. Sentel, Anna l... Serepinas, Lucille Series, Dr. Earl R ...... Serpico, R. M ...... 124, 126, 128, Sessler, Lenore R.. . . . . . . . . .. Severson, J. M.. . .. 262, 217, 87, 96, Sewell, Doris C .... ..... 2 24, Sexton, B. ..... . ...99, Sexton, Edith L... ..., . . .. Sexton, Grace .. .... 234, Sexton, H, O.,.. .. ...... Seyler, E. C .,......,........... Seyler, J. W. ...... 132, 133, 155, 278, Seyller, R. L ...... ..,... Shacte J D r, . .,.... . Shade, Barbara J .... Shadle, P. ...,.. . shqdley, G. w .... fif Shaeter, Jane . . . Shaft, Ruth V ....... Shaftal, Elaine E .... Shainen, M. R .... .,,,, Shaivora, C. H .... ...... Shalit, E. M ........ ,... 2 13, Shalowitz, Lenore H... ..... . . .. Shaner, C. . ,..... . . .99, 103, Shaner, H. J. .... .......... . . Shannon, F. .... ...... ..... 9 9 , Shapiro, A. J ........ .14, 71, 98, Shapiro, D. ... .. . .87, 96, 102, Shapiro, l. .. . ........ . . . . . Shapiro, N. .. .. , Shapiro, P. .. ... Share, I. ...,. .., Share, S. J ...... . . . Sharp, G. R ...... ,. , SharD1 Rosemary ... . . . Sharpe, Estelle . . . . . , Sharts, Phyllis R ...,.. ,.... Shattuck, C. H ......... ...... Shattuck, Mildred L ..... .. .58, Shaw, Arline L ..,.. ,. Shaw, Betty L ...... .. .58, Shawl, R. I .... .... 2 34, Shawnee ....... . .... . Shay, Margo J ...... . .. Shearer, Mary L .... . .... . Shecter, J. ........ ..... . Shetterman, Layne . .. ...58, Sheldon, D. w... Shepard, Eileen . Shepard, H. R. ........ . Shepard, Margaret B .... 332 378 394 103 368 246 352 322 370 325 357 1 10 376 321 222 205 397 338 305 294 1 1 1 302 338 395 1 12 99 1 14 103 234 404 361 306 24 199 402 347 99 343 229 321 384 385 390 385 349 103 96 366 374 318 1 1 1 302 80 58 400 343 39 96 293 268 350 367 91 155 276 358 106 359 108 336 235 234 17 244 299 303 247 357 386 344 314 378 178 296 87 235 338 104 306 114 101 1 12 343 301 352 1 1 1 234 339 342 192 353 220 337 313 316 236 364 373 373 301 328 245 405 71 58 Shepard, P. .... . ,...... . .. Shepard, R. H ..,....... 152, 186, Shepler, Jean C ..... ........... Sheppard, Jean K .... ......,.. Shepro, M. J ...,.. ,...... 7 3, Sher, Helen B ..,. .... 5 8, 326, 381 Sheridan, Susan .. .... .. Sherman, Adele .... ...... Sherman, B. R ...,.... .... 9 7, Sherman, Diane B .... ...., Sherman, Joan M .... ..... Sherman, M, M., Jr... Sherman, Saramae . .. .... 182, Sherman, S. J ....... ...... Shermer, Estelle ..... ..... Sherris, Marilyn 1... . . ... . . Sherwood Hall ....... ...... Sherwood, Margaret F. .. .. . .319 Shesler, J. w ............. 71, 95 Shewhart, Shirley J .............. Shewmake, F. F ...... , . .80, 95 Shi'Ai ............ ........ Shick, H. L ....,.... ...... Shickman, Rolla l .... ... Shiels, Anna K ....,. .. . Shifrin,R.G .... . Shiley, Peggy ..... ........ 5 8 Shimkus, G. T ......,.. ,.97, 105 Shimkus, Phyllis J .... ......... Shirasawa, T. ....... .,...,., . Shirley, N. Virginia ...... 65, 226 Shishow, Vera V ...... ......... Shmulevith, M. S. ,.... ..... 9 7 Shoemaker, Veeda I.. . .. . . .. Shols, Doris E ....,. .. ...... .. Shore, N. M ...,.... ...80, 95 Shorr, B. ....... .,..... . Shoulder, W. E ...... .. .... 247 Shriker, Burce .................. Shrifter, N. .... 87, 96, 102, 112 Shrote, R. A. ................, ,. Shuck, Avis G. ................, . Shudnaw, Norma B ..... ........ Shulrufl, W. ...... ...73, 96 Shurson, Laurel J ..... Shuster, Norma G ..,. Shwart z. J. .......,. . Sickley, J. ............ . .....96 107 339 345 327 103 380 403 368 338 110 58 356 96 312 301 170 358 365 404 1 13 354 1 14 400 378 328 361 298 405 114 337 290 235 347 1 12 21 1 271 1 1 1 301 303 339 1 13 246 319 361 101 340 372 290 1 14 Siebert, F. S .,...... 22, 188, 189 215 Sieferman, Helen L .,.,....... 107 321 Siegal, F. E .,.,.... ,.,,,,., 2 94 Siegel, K. C ........ .... 1 24 155 Siegel, Shirley R .... ........ 3 36 Siegfried, Joan M ....,........... 347 Siekrnann, Eleanor R. ..... 58, 166 167 193, 196, 263, 341 398 Siemen, Esther E. ............... 341 Siemieniec, Lorraine A ........,.. 358 Siepker, A. G., Jr .... . 339 Sigma Alpha Epsilon.. . .. 297 Sigma Alpha Iota .... ......... 4 01 Sigma Alpha Mu .,..........,.. 298 Sigma Chi ...... .. 156, 282 299 Sigma Delta Pi .... ........... 4 02 Sigma Delta Tau, .. ..,. 274, 328 Sigma Nu ....... ...,.. 3 07 Sigma Pi ... ... 300 Sigma Tau .... ... 399 Silver, R. .,,... ... 298 Silverman, Sue , .... ... 346 Silverstein, S. ...... ... 246 Simkins, Patricia A .... ..... 3 53 Simon, Doreen A ..... .,..,... 3 58 Simon, Gladys E .... .... 1 82, 350 Simon, J. ,...... ...... 3 05 Simon, M. U .... ..... 8 7, 95 Simon, R. .... 304, 383 Simons, R. L ......, .... 9 7 110 Simons, S. S. ......... .... 9 9 101 Simpson, Audrey M ,... ..... 3 50 Simrall, Dorothy V .... . . . 399 Sinadinos, Bettie .... ... 334 Sindelar, Virginia M .... . .. 313 Sindelar, Vivien N .... ...... 3 13 Sines, R. C ......... . ...... . 245 Singer, M. .....,.. ...,. 9 6 111 Singleton, J. W ........... 80, 98 109 Sinkula, Lorraine M .............. 360 Sinow, G. S ......... 80 98, 102 105 Sircus, S. B .... . . . .......... 97 101 Sirota, Belle ...... ........ 5 8 336 Sisson, Janet M ,.... ..... 3 54 Sirimarco, R. F ..... ... 97 Siver, R. A ....... 352 Skaggs, D. J ..... .,... 2 46 Skaggs, E. R ...... ...... 5 8 Skeen, Betty M ...... ........ 3 39 Skelly, Marye F .... .... 2 14 372 Sklare, Shirlee J .... ...... 3 44 Sklut, Rello F ..... ...... 3 56 SkobIikotT, Olga .. . .... 170 347 Skok, Lara J. ...,. ...... 3 50 Skolnik, Rhoda .. . .... . 344 Skoog, Neva J ..... .... 5 8 359 Skorupa, Lorette B .... ..... 3 65 Skaw, Hazelle ...... . . . 313 Skroder, Ruth M ..... . . . 398 Slater, Jeanne . . . . . . 336 Slovick, B. ..,..... ., . 186 Slevin, Wilda G ..... .. 58 Slitka, H. F ....... 245 Sloan, Marilouise , . . . . . 375 Sloan, R. J ....... . .. 344 318 222 Martha .... 213, Slaboda, Lily A.. .. ..... . 340 Slottow, Josephine .... 192 312 Slusser, R. L ....... .,.... 2 24 Small, Betty A .... . .. . . .183 348 Small, Dorothy L .... ...,..,. 3 48 Smaller, B. ....,........,..... 110 Smargon, Blossom A.. . . .170, 222 2324 61 Smargon, K. .... ...,. 3 05 Smeetan, J. C ...... ...,.. 9 7 Smidl, Shirley A... ...211 311 Smiley, Emma L .... ..... 3 71 smaala, A. ...... ........ 3 05 Smith, la. ...... ......,.. 2 22 Smith, C. J ........ 124, 125 155 Smith, DaniseJ .... ..... 2 11, 357 Smith, D. H ....... ,.... 2 34, 247 Smith, Donna L .... ..... 3 72 Smith, E. J ...... .... 2 40 smalla, E. R .,... .. 304 smash, E. v ..... ........,... 2 47 Smith, F. .,............,....,.. 234 Smith, G. W ........ 162, 166 172 187, 362 404 Smith, G. J. .... ...... .. 295 smalla, H. D .... . ..,...., 96 Smith, H. E ...... 303 Smith, Helen l. ..... .... 3 49 smalla, H. L ...... ........ 5 9 Smith, J. 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R ....... .......... 2 87 Smith, W. H. .... ......... 3 82 Smith, W. R .... . .. 59 Smith, W. N ....... .... 5 9 Smolen, Marian M... ..... . 372 Smukler, O. . ...... .. .247, 298 Snapp, Kathryn L .... ....... 5 9 Sneddon, Anna M.. .. ....... . . 355 Snell, Carol B .... .. ...... 310 336 Snell, F. B. ...... ..a7, 96 108 Snell, Laurie . .. ........ . 382 Snider, R. A .... . .. . . . .. 97 Snow, Catherine J... ..... 342 Snow, R. ......... ....... 2 95 Snow, W. E .... .. . . .169 287 Snyder, B. A ....... ...... 3 43 Snyder, Betty A .... .... 3 32 Snyder, H. A. .... ..... 3 05 Snyder, R. E ..... .. . . .153 246 Snyder, R. ......... . . .235 272 Soban, Marsha C .... ..... . 363 Sobel, Raye S ....... .... 3 58 Soberg, Elaine M.. . . ... 337 Sobinsky, Hazel W. .. . . . 336 Sofio, G. E ........ . 97 Soklik, Virginia L .... .... 3 68 Sokol, E. D ......... . ..... 298 Sokolowski, Esther T. ....... 360 Solar, Alice M ......... .... B 7, 102 Solar, E. J ...... . . . ..... . 296 Solberg, E. A.. . . . . .. 304 Soli, T. G ......... .. 247 Sollami, Rose A .... .. 360 Solomon, H. ...... ....... 1 12 Solomon, R. M. .... ......... 3 01 Solow, J. ....... ..73, 96, 101 Sommer, T. P .... ......... 2 93 Sommers, A. A ...... .. 296 Sommers, Janet B .... . . . 346 Sophomore Cotillion . . 270 Sosna, Zoe l ....... . . . . 344 Spain, Mariorie M... .... 381 Spaits, W. M ........ .... 8 7, 99 Spanabel, Helen M.. .. . 371 Spanich, Marguerite . . . ........ . 347 Spanish Club ...... .......... 4 03 Sparks, D. W ...... ............ 2 47 Sparks, L. C ....... 240, 276, 384 Spear, W. J ................ 152, 247 Spegal, G. Josephine ............ 375 Speidel, Patricia H. .. . . . 323 Spencer, D. B ....... .. 297 Spencer, Dorothy L.. .... 315 Spencer, Jean ...... ...... 3 22 Spencer, Jean A ....... ...194, 314 Spencer, Marianne J. ...... 357 Spencer, R. H.... Sperling, H. .... . .... 87, Spero, Marilyn ..... .......... Sperry, W. J., Jr. ............ 97, Spiesel, Florence ....... 159, 182, Spilky, M. ........ ......... . Spinks, R. J .... . ........ . Spira, M. A ....... .... Spiro, A. R ..... ..... . ..96, Spitler, Dorothy E ..... .... Spitz, Geraldine B .... . Splinter, B. W ........ Sporrey, Regina H .... . Spotti, W. V.. ..... Sprague, Eva G ..... .. . Sprague, S. R ..... ..... ....... Springborn, Shirley-Ann ......... Squires, Mary W .............. 59, Sreebny, L. M ....... 73, 95, 101, Staab, E. W. ........ . ........ .. Staab, J. E .... .... 1 32, 155, 247, Staake, D. ................. 150, Staack, H. F ............ ...96, Stabenow, Winitred M ......... 59, Stacy, G. W .... ....... .... 2 8 5, smile, c. E. ......,.. .... 2 87, StaHord, E. E.. . . ...1B, Stahl, Betty A .... .... 2 11, Stahl, Julia R. .... ....... 2 16, Stahnke, E. J ........ . . .59 186, Staley, H. B ......... .....292, Staley, Harriet B ..... ....... Staley, S. C. ....... .. .. Stallmeyer, J. E ....... .... Stanberry, Barbara M... ...59, StancliHe, V. ........ ........ . Standish, Greta .......... ..... Stanford, Ella M ...... ....... 1 07, Star Course ...... 228, 229, 230, Stark, L. E ......... 59, 374, 390, Stark, Ruth ....... 360, 385, Starke, Patricia . .. ...... . . .. Starkey, Jeanne E.. .192 199, 314, Starr, Billie P. ..... ..... . .. Starr, Yudice E ........ ........ Statler, Shirley J .... .... 2 14, Staten, J. A ....... .... Staub, Jacqueline F .... Staubitz, Louise N.. . Stouffer, Mary L .... .. ... Stavroulakis, Daphine A.. .. ... Stavroulakis, Maxine H .... Steacy, R. R ........... . .. Stearns, D. ....... ......... . Stearns, Mary W... ...... .... Steel, Carolyn E ........ 192, 234, SteHan, Charlotte L. ............. Steffen, Doris L ...... ...... 5 9, Steger, Frances M.. .. .. Stehle, H. C ....... ....... Stein, C. .... ... ....234, Stein, D. ...... ..... . Stein, F. D .... .. .... .. Stein, Georgann .. .... 211, Stein, W. B .... . .. .... 182, Steinberg, B. P .... .... 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Slice, Lucile A .... ...... Stickler, L. E. ..... ...60 Stldley, L. H ....... . .... . Stiemert, Mary L ..... . .. .. Stiernberg, Jay M ..... .. Stiglitz, Laurel M .... .... Stiles, Rita M ..... .. .... Still, Mass . ............. .. Stinespring, Virginia A .... Stitt, Mariorie G. ..... . Stiven, F. B .......... Stock, Emily E ........ .. Stockdale, Dorothy H .... . .. Stockwell, Jane L. ...... .. 244 362. 21 'l 236, .235 Stoermer, D. .............. . Stoffel, Marian Charlotte ..... Stogsdlll, H. ....... ....... . Stolmon, Syril . ......... 60 Stoloff Carol n P 1 y .... . . . .. Stalzeriburg, Gwenyth .. . Stone, Doris R ........ Stone, R. M ........ Stanehaven ...... Stonitsch, G. J .... Storm, Helen M ..... . .. ,182 1 Storm, Rosemary J.. .. . .. Storrs, G. D ....... ..... 6 5 Stott, T. A ..... .. ........ . . Stouffer, E. L ......... Stout, Meri J. ...... 60, 317, 383 ..:l4l, ,24ts, ..7l, Stove, I. C .... ............... Stratford House ... . .. Strathman, Virginia L.. 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