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'E 7 I fI'H7rA,. 3 fi ' vii g Q' gnmiilx vow M Way UNIVERSITY GF ILLINGIS f 'Q lang W' IE C7735 9322 me 2 M ll QQ194 ll IHCA I0 Mankind, stunned to realize that it has emerged from six years of war holding the future of humanity in its two hands, faces the exigent problem of maintaining order and peace. Fail- ure in learning the lessons of living together entails the destruc- tion of the human race. A final solution to the intricate problems involved in the creation of a world order lies with our national leaders. Our responsibility as citizens is to guide our leaders toward creating the type of organization We feel is best. To do this we must keep ourselves informed. VVe must realize that we have the power to voice our opinions, and we must exercise this power intelligently. Our voices must not be stilled. YVe dedicate The Illio of 1946 to a future world Where an orderly government will echo the words of the people. May this volume be the first of an endless line of Illios produced in an world at peace. BARBARA CLAYTON IILEANOR PICKETT Editor BIISZIZCSS Manager CAROL SCHAFFNER DORIS LEVY Assistant Editor flxxlstalzr Buszrzesi Manager HERMAN LANDON Gevzeml IMHIIGLCT if vfr t"- r-N'-N I.. LJ 1 Every beach-head, foxhole, and battlefield bears witness to the glory, strength, and valor with which our Illini fought. I YVe would humbly pay tribute to the six hundred and nineteen Illini whose devotion and self-sacrifice we revere, and to the courage exemplified by their gold stars. To the nineteen thousand alumni and former students who gave of themselves, their time and their achievements, we offer the grateful hearts of a nation and of a university at peace. To our valiant returning Illini we now consecrate our hearts, our hands, and our minds, for the preservation of the peace in which they believed, and for which they fought. WVe pause in memory of all those "Fighting Illini" who gave their all, so that we might enjoy peace. l L.. J UUMMEIRCE-Ali,ClIlTEUTUllE ARUIIWAY li 1. Q. ,- 1 1 N- 5, Q fm' 1 3, 11,11 1.2 51 1 1 NL 1 L1'1iS,1 ? ,B sf t, W I wjgw, A. 'Q . 21 3 H ,. 11 19,1- fu Q :Q 1 1- 1 1 sfuffsa. 1 , -- W, E, .W1.,,1 - f :ww 52531535 51 1 25131113 w ' 1110 1: 25 . sf 1 fini., i,5E,: Q- , "fx 'igif?".3, " 7g1111f1,:1151., 11. V 1555 W1 X 1 -115-25511-,315-1,,.gfs:s-gE1,1y1, W v11zlifQ13T,:11fi W :1gfi1v11 1,Ng1Q.H,12:+11fQg,55,-,j1'1'1 11, 11jYt21ig511 95.1112 "Q3:ziE'.:-' '1' "7f'iiTi '1' 1 ik, 11 3215 A s ga Ii s , 1 2-1'5xa1s. 733 151.11 Q1 , v 3,f11?55ef 1' 1 11f'1s2gfs2'f1' 11 1 11' A , 1 11 11 ' 1 11 ., If' 'H111 1 ,sew 1 :mp -mm 4 1 Wim-ei1.,1,1 M1 fm. 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A 'L hr i 1.5.7 " K .' - no 9 ..-1 ll UNIVERSITY I IIIIIIIINISTIIIITIIIIII I if III UIILLIIIIIIS III' IIIIICAIIII Q, N II conmms IT IIIIIIAIIIII -5 I In smvlons i 1 W v ,f I 9 Z3 S 4 sw. F-1 5 I XIX X E ll' fe I f Q Q'-L 1 l , 1 I9 sw- I I' 12 P 7'- . Q i . f 9 Q 9 M 5 Q Q f vw W w + + 3 i , , ' I w ,x ' W , lf ' 5 Kflllx-K Q1 , 1 w 1 , I W l Y , W 1 X I X ' 'ww I :R I' J 13 9 5 3 nl P tal .EP If ara EE IE ADMII TRATHI WHAT MAKES THE UNIVERSITY TICK . . . F ' The primary objectives of the University are carried out in three programs -educational, academic, and research. A fourth program operates quietly in the background, namely, that of administration. Many officers included on the administrative staff of the University do no teaching or research. They are the managers, the welfare officers, the public relations officers-the operators of the University. Chief administrator is the President of the University. He is the co- ordinator of all academic and operational work of the Unversity. A group of specialists, each with his own staff and field of operations aids him. This group of specialists consists 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 ohicers guide the Illini Union, the Personnel Bureau, the Alumni Association, the Athletic Assocation, the Bureau of Institutional Research, the High School Visitor's ofiice, the Press and Information Office, the Radio Station, and the Retirement System Ofiices. ll. 4 1 I 1 ,l 1 f 15 T0 THE Tlllllllll 0F 'PHE UNIVEII ITY 0F ILLI Ill The University of Illinois welcomes home its re- turning faculty, students, and alumni who have con- tributed so much to the winning of YVorld YVar II. Of the 19,946 Illini who have served in the armed forces of our country, over 639 Illini will not return - they have given that Ulast full measure of devotionn for their country and for the preservation of our "American way of life." Conscious of its obligations to the State and the Nation, the University has met fully and patriotically the calls of txvo VVorld VVars, giving unstintingly of its manpower in combat, in research, and in programs related to military instruction and training. While we are proud of the achievements of the past, we recog- nize the responsibilities of the present and the future. The varied educational problems of reconversion in the post-war period, now upon us, will require great skill and ability in their solution. Among these prob- I6 lems, none is more vital and pressing than serving the needs of the thousands of returning veterans who are already appearing on our campus in ever increasing numbers. Every resource of the University will be devoted to the assistance of these men and women in securing a college education in a minimum of time. The Division of Special Services for YVar Veterans is now in full operation with a most capable and sympathetic staff directing the many activities of the Division. YVe face all these problems with the full conidence that the University will meet and solve them. XV ith a scholarly and loyal staff, with greatly increased facil- ities now being designed and about to be constructed, and with the desire and will to do all that is expected of it, the University Will, in the future, as it has in the past, justify the confidence reposed in it by the people of the State of Illinois. ARTHUR CUTTS VVILLARD P7'6.YiL'l'C7If, Uwiifersity of Illinois l 'o Bllllllll 0 Dwight H. Green G01'G7'7107' of Illinois 'YATE ' sv N Q , ,g ,gsm 5. 1 fl. .Qs ,xxx .-" X " if 5 " ' -. 1' f f N ' .'..2 f Q ' '2.'t'.eff?:5, 5 O f 3 ' -- -I STX rn I 4 . c:ri g ' 2 ' e, 'J-231 , f' . - I 'A '. Lf - ' f 1 eww, V, wee. 1 ' '- if lx M 7 .Qu 'l -.. pi fa ,I N, "J ' 'A ,I x 1' xss4P'.. 4 4 X Nu X 511-1 'Er OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Park Livingston, Chicago ................. President Harrison E. Cunningham, Urbana ......... Secretary Irvin L. Porter, Chicago ................. T1'easm'e1' Lloyd Morey, Urbana ..... ..... C omptrollei' ELECTED MEMBERS Chester R. Davis Park Livingston Walter W. McLaughlin Chicago Chicago Dccatm' John R. Fornof Dr. Martin G. Luken Dr. Karl A. Meyer Streatov' Chicago Chicago Mrs. Helen M. Grigsby Frank H. McKelvey Keniiev E. Williamson Pittsfeld Sp1'i11gy9eId Peoria RU 'PEE Vernon L. Nickell .S'z1peri11fe71de11? of Public l11sz'1'm'ri0:'z Park I,iVil1gSI0l1 President, Board of Trmtecs i :' l i' 43561 OF ."'u f 4' Qfs2xfFf,,ff,f C ". 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I Sofia .,.,-, LL-A ' . A, , , Irene D. Pierson - I Direrfor of Illini Union 3 'N -. Clyde A. Webber Burmr Dlrerlar of P lloset' F. Wfrgm V ub if Irzfarnzatjon :md Dzreclor of Radio SIdll0II , 21 L ir, , , . Mrs. Leah F. Trelease Fred H. Turner Edward E. Stafford Arlmg Drum of Women Dean of Student! Dear: of Men THE DEA YVhen each "green" freshman enters Illinois, feel- ing perhaps a little unsure of himself and awed by the size of the campus and the crowds of students, the fact is quickly impressed upon him that he may go at any time to see the deans-F red H. Turner, Mrs. Leah Trelease, and Edward Stafford. To them any student can go for vocational counsel, financial aid, and friendly advice in almost any and every field- schedules, housing, scholarship, work, and home troubles and responsibilities. The dean of students is Fred H. Turner. Through ihis oflice pass matters dealing, among other things, with fraternities, extra-curricular activities and organ- izations, social affairs, and campus events. Several of Dean Turner's surveys of student life at the University have appeared in current magazines, and he is a well- known speaker on student life. Interesting, too, is the fact that Dean Turner's thesis may be found in the University library, for it is considered one of the most authoritative accounts ever made of the Illinois Indus- trial University. 22 Illinois' acting Dean of VVomen is popular Mrs. Leah Trelease. This year has been Dean Trelease's first in her new position, but she was already Well-known and liked on campus, her English courses were some of the most popular offered by the University. Liked for her naturalness and sincerity, for her sense of humor, for her vibrant personality, Dean Trelease has interested herself particularly in housing, scholarship, and activi- ties. But Dean Trelease has many other concerns- at least 4,000 of them, each of them a coed at Illinois, and in each of whom Dean Trelease is genuinely inter- ested. ' Edward E. Stafford is the Dean of Men. With the return of so many veterans to the campus, his office has become extremely busy, but not too busy to be concerned with the Welfare and interest of them all and all the other men on campus. He has had a great deal of experience with University life and students and has been very successful as dean, a position which he has held since 1944. l 11:31 , N ' Illinois Aim, .S 1' 1 460' to Q.: 4.1.....':,... QtN,.w'iQiv, g??g--V-5.134 ' .wnut ,oxlxgpp 9 .- 'Q Salman E i 'swf is-'lf' 2 do 4 2 1 , " Q . or--ff' ' Q ., Cyp r t 553555 I- :faerie-f ' ' -ga , -215-' .rffvf T' ' , - is-gsfv , N 10- - -. my 1 ' '--hr If -x '-V V - ' J' .Nqwff fq"!11y.Qflf141111, . -,,,..iXwi1llU,j.,. New. in Ai and Nag.-51-lxk M ..,-M .,i ,,-f r 'rw .- " lu,1cml1lf,..--fax, wf GWB: f,3?fi,,,-D017 EVP fo . X , X190 ' ,XQC-C it-n"I,v .i.ii.,,fl"'Pfv:, Cd ' H91 - ix. PAQ. ,W ,g..,,6w,, Af,,,,, ,I lg-at. L U 0 -me 14,425 ...im .-.,,,4h1q10n ' XQCK-X fs.. T' ,f:1'1r"'a- ,ci . . . Q , . Y Q pub, Hfgglfi illinois,Alrlgylfflf'-S N - Qrs. iiinfffgg p- ' .4.,.4:r.':.'.:..f::....,....,..-.- "A A ,,"1-fsiggzr Q ' 5 ., T -, J' r i,- 1" 5""IE33 + M Victor E. Cullin , Q22 ,,'i.'AE.'d ,iii,i': Prerifleuz ,, ' W' 1 f LF' , , ig "f I. , ..-Nu-1 lg. The Alumni Association is almost as old as the University ' has been the bond between itself. From the beginning, it alumni ai . it looks after their interests on 00 alumni receive Illinois Almmzi ' id their alma mater, the campus. Nearly 80,0 ' ' l " classmates and News, with current info The alumni office is a storehouse of 000 men and women rmation about tien about the University. biographical information about some 80, who once attended Illinois. Ssociation was reorganized In January, 1943, the Alumni A ude an executive director, a The staff was enlarged to incl tor of Held activities, a man to members ip . l te much of his time ' l f d other h' director, fi direc to the Alumni IXeus, an c evo people to keep records, assist with student activities, and to do a thousand and one things which react to the benefit of the d tl e university alumni an 1 , . The association maintains an oflice and lounge facilities in -Chicago-on the 18th floor of the LaSalle Hotel, it is work- ing on a program of club activities which eventually will be 'nationwide in scope, it has increased its membership from less " ' ' ' ' 'dl.Itisone than 4,000 to 12,500 and lt is still glowing 1ap1 y -of the fastest-growing organizations at f the faith of thousand the university. It s of Illini who have hopes to justify ibers of the Alumni Association. become men H U r D 9 Y 4 IL 7 at ali, v'55 .isai ral y ali' I L ,P 'J' I 1 ,ii 9' 415 ge Q I CULLEGE AT IRRA A WHAT ARE UNIVERSITIES MADE OF ...' P The schools, colleges, and divisions here at Urbana make up what we think of as the University of Illinois. Each has its own functions and servicesg each expands to fit growing needs for more services. A Our University is always working and planning to keep abreast of the times, even ahead of them, to give us and we who follow us the opportunity of entering a good college in the field in which they are most interested. In accordance with this growing and expanding, the University as a whole is always looking forward and planning for new colleges. Plans are now in the making for a Veterinary School of Medicine, an Institute of Aeronautics, and a Labor Relations Department. Advancement in the individual colleges make the University progressive- another reason why we think the University of Illinois is one of the best. W . limi X Mathew T. McClure Demi The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers in- structions in the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences, leading to the degrees of bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of science in chemistry and chemical engineering and in home economics. In addition, it offers the necessary work preparatory to medicine, lw, journalism, and edu- cation. Liberal Arts and Sciences, the largest of all col- leges, attained its present status in 1913 when the Col- LIBERAL ART A ll CIE UE lege of Literature and Arts and the College of Sci- ences were combined. A student Personnel Bureau, created in 1937, aHCords the opportunity for personal counseling along the lines of educational, scholastic, and vocational guid- ance. The Division of General Studies with a curriculum built around non-departmental courses is designed specifically for students seeking a general education. Mathew T. McClure has been dean since 1934. Lincoln Hall ' GI lllllll G The curricula in Engineering are planned to give a thorough training in mathematics and the physical sciences which are applied in design, construction, and operation of engineering structures, machines, and industrial works. A moderate amount of specializa- tion is provided through options and by special ar- rangement of courses in the senior year. The Engineering Experiment Station, organized in 1903, was the first in any engineering college. Nearly 400 bulletins and circulars recording the results of in- Melvin L. Enger Dean vestigations in almost every field of engineering have been published and are to be found in libraries in all parts of the world. The Station is engaged in many investigations in co-operation with trade associations, government agencies, and with industry. Melvin L. Enger, Dean of the College of Engineer- ing since 1934, heads this college which is meeting the unprecedented demand for engineers created by the astonishing developments and advances in engineer- ing and industrial production during the war. Engineering Hall l i .I W , . , ,. Walter S. Monroe Dean The College of Education believing that "only an enlightened people can be free" has as its purpose the instruction of those who will teach our children the ideals and fundamentals of the American way of life. The college offers, on the undergraduate level, pro- fessional preparation for high school teachers. On the graduate level, it offers advanced professional preparation for elementary and high school teachers, supervisors and principals and superintendents of schools, and prepares faculty members to teach and EllllCA'll0 carry on research in Education in colleges and uni- versities. The College of Education had its origin in 1893 under the influence and teaching of Charles de Garmo, Professor of Psychology. In 1900, a Department of Education was set up, which became in 1907, the School of Education and in 1918 received its present title the College of Education. The present dean of the college, Walter' S. Monroe, has been dean since 1945. , ,, A A Gregory Hall LAW The fundamental purpose of the College of Law is to train students for the practice of law. But the training involves more than the learning of legal rules and formulae. The college seeks to develop an appre- -ciation of the highest ideals of the profession, a facility in legal scholarship, and a consciousness of the re- sponsibility of the lawyer to society for furthering the wise development of law and its administration. The College of Law was established in 1897, guided by Dr. Andrew S. Dooper, President of the University Albert J. Harno Demi and first dean of the College, and the Honorable John D. Altgeld, governor of Illinois. The building that houses the College is named Altgeld Hall in honor of Governor Alfgeld and in memory of his interest in the College. Albert James Harno, dean of the college since 1922, heads a college which has kept pace with, or has been a leader in movements for the advancement of standards of legal education. Altgeld Hall ,Y 29 Frederick S. Sic-bert Direrlor "journalism is taught in American universities be- cause the journalist needs a cultural and a technical education which only the universities are providing, he needs to have that education related to the prac- tice of journalism, he needs inculcation with the pro- fessional ideals and the social objectives of modern journalismg and he needs today more than ever before in history the discipline of practical and scientific in- vestigation in contemporary affairs which courses in journalism teach." The present curriculum includes courses in news- paper, magazine, press association and radio journalism, publishing management, and advertising. Frederick S. Siebert, director of the school since 1941, is head of the American Association of Schools and Colleges of journalism. The School of journalism champions a free press as the right of a free people and offers a curriculum to prepare its students for actuating the ideal. 30 Gregory Hall llllllllllllllllll In 1902, courses in Commerce were established at the University of Illinois, having as their objectives, the training of citizens and businessmen who could understand the underlying principles of economics and the fundamental concepts of sound business or- ganization and operation to the end that they might help in a better execution of the growing complex- ities of business and fiscal phases of government. By 1915 such substantial progress had been made that Hiram T. swviu Dean the College of Commerce and Business Administra- tion was organized with two departments, one desig- nated Economics and the other Business Organization and Operation. Hiram T. Scovill, acting dean since 1942, has, with the faculty of 75, the responsibility of preparing the constantly growing stream of young men and women, who are pouring out into the business world, "for life as well as for living." 'QP Nm. U x l I i l Commerce Building 31 1 I I l I 4 l 5 1 PHY IUAL ED CATIO Seward C. Staley Direrfor The School of Physical Education, established in the fall of 1932, includes three departments: Physical Education for Men, Physical Education for XfVomen, and Health Service. The Department of Physical Education for Men conducts service courses Crequired of all studentsj, conducts a professional training curriculum for stu- dents majoring in this field, and promotes a program of recreational sports for men. The Department of Physical Education for XfVO1l1C11 also conducts the service courses in physical educa- tion, a program in intramural sports, a professional training curriculum, and a program in facultv recrea- tion for women. The Department of Health Service, in general, gives health examinations to all students, confers with stu- dents about health problems, co-operates with the State Board of Health in controlling contagious dis- eases, regulates sanitary conditions ion and about the campus, and conducts courses in sanitation and hy- giene for both men and women. Its director, S. C. Staley, has been director of the school since 1937. l ' l -.. .W .. 32 l 4 Wfwii Huff Gymnasium EXTE I0 The Division of University Extension is the means by which certain of the facilities of the University of Illinois are put at the disposal of the people of the state who are beyond the confines of the campus. Some of the Ways in which this is done are: the offering of 86 college courses by correspondence, the teaching of a limited number of extramural classes in various Illinois cities, lectures by faculty members before clubs and other organizations over the state, short courses and conferences, forums, a state-wide Robert UB. Browne Director program of citizenship institutes for first voters, a lending library of educational motion pictures, and a resource and consulting service for teachers of speech and of science. The Division, which is the youngest of the major administrative units of the University, is, appropriately enough for a youngster, growing rapidly. Its director, Robert B. Browne, has been the capable head of the Division since its organization in 1934. Illini Hall W 33 4 , Henry P. Rusk Dmn Through its many varied courses and its research and extension branches, the College of Agriculture seeks to improve quality of food and Hber products for the consumer, and advance the welfare of agri- culture and its many allied industries. A wide range of courses dealing with the produc- tion, marketing, processing, and utilization of food and clothing materials is offered. Thorough ground- ing in the basic sciences is required, as is also the broadening experience gained through cultural AGRICULT ll courses. The teachings of the College are vitalized by the work of the Experiment Station, with its hundreds of projects designed to test new practices and develop new knowledge, and by the close contact which mem- bers of the staff have with the people of the State through its well developed and active Extension Service. Henry P. Rusk, dean since 1939, is the spokesman of the Illinois farmer through the college. 34 New Agriculture if Building Fl E A ll APPLIED AIN' The College of Fine and Applied Arts was estab- lished in 1931 by combining in one administrative unit the Departments of Art, Architecture and Land- scape Architecture, and the School of Music, all of long history and in flourishing condition. To these departments the Bureau of Community Planning was .added in 1934. These curricula are so framed that the student ob- tains as wide a training in liberal studies as is com- patible with the laying of a firm foundation in the V Q ix-w,. -1 il 0:81 1 1, ,. , i. Q 'A H A 'ei -iai 5 it wiv 1 Rexford Newcomb Dean particular art which he proposes to study. ln addition to its more formal program, the col- lege offers annually many events in the way of lec- tures on the various arts, concerts, recitals, and the constantly changing exhibits of art objects displayed in the Architecture Building. The Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, Rexford Newcomb, has been dean since 1932 with a faculty of eighty men and women. The College en- rolls nearly eight hundred professional students. Architecture Building 35 Robert AB. Downs Director The University Library, through the General Li- brary and its branches, provides books needed by students for class reports, theses, and general read-- ings, and books and journals needed by the faculty for their research. The Browsing Room, for general voluntary reading, is popular with undergraduates. The Library bookstacks contain more than one mil- lion volumes, a collection increasing at the rate of more than 30,000 books a year. The Library School, a professional school for the LIBRARY training of librarians, admits only college graduates. Established in 1893, it is the oldest Library School west of the Alleghanies. From the beginning it has ranked as one of the outstanding library schools in America. The curriculum leads to the degrees of a Bachelor of Sciences in Library Science after one year of study, and to the degree of Master of Science after two years of study. Robert B. Downs, the director, has been head of the school since 1943. ' 9 36 University Library Gllilll ATE The principal aim of graduate study is the develop- ment of the power and the promotion of the spirit of investigation. The student who pursues an extended course is expected to obtain a wide knowledge of his subject and of related fields of investigation, and also to acquire and begin to use the power of extending the range of what is known. Scholarships and fellowships, established by the Uni- versity Board of Trustees, are open to graduate stu- dents of exceptional ability and promise. Funds are available from several special sources for the support Robert D. Carmichael Dean of additional fellowships, the purpose of which is to promote higher education and to contribute to the extension and diffusion of knowledge. Several im- portant individual research programs are encouraged and helped forward by the aid of the resources which have been made available through the Graduate School and the Research Board. Some of these are of very great value in the social process. Robert D. Carmichael has been dean of the school since 1934. Administration Building 9 Q 43.5 E V5 -7 4,5 5 I 551' xg Q All 0,3 'x 5 I f' 4 f 1 5 ,AI , ,C M E lllll The Class of 1946 saw the University at war, but it also saw the University at peace. Some of its members marched away, but this class was able to see them marching back again. During their sophomore year, they joked about "this girls' school", but during their senior year they had a chance to joke about the crowded Broadwalk. They will have many memories of their college careers-girls as activity leaders, the showy splendor of post-war Homecoming and Mother's Day, the return of important dances and "big-name bands'l, the sudden shift from all- girl classes to those with a majority of vets. However, the wartime Illinois has not been without its fun. The student body was small and still friendly, play was mixed with work, cokes were still a dime at the Annex. With their sheep- slcins, the Class of 1946 will take memories of the Gettysburg Address in Lincoln Hall, 2-5 labs in the Chem Building, "fags" on the steps of Greg Hall, bridge in the Pine Lounge between classes- all part of four memorable years at Illinois. ll 39 CHARLOTTE HELEN AARON ..,....... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Brandeis Hall Illini Union, Department of War Service 131 5 Production Staff, "Anything Goes", "The XVomen" HELEN Louisa ADAIR ............ Monmamb Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Dwign Pi Beta Phi Monmouth College Roy PIOXVARD ADAMS ........ .... I Haywood journalism .flzlferliiiilg Acacia Gamma Theta Phig Pershing Riflesg The Illio fl, 2, 33 I Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squadg Interfraternity Council 15, 41 g Illini Board of Control KB, -11 ROBERT EUGENE AHERN. .Wen Haven, Conn. Engineering Ililochmzicnl Eizgiuocrifzg MIRIAM JEAN ALBRIECHT .........., Tirkilzm Liberal Arts and Sciences Clyemixlry Trelawny Concert Band t21g Production Staff, "Claudia" Honors Day Q31 Augustana College DEl.l.ORA ALLEN ..........,. .. .Chicago Agriculture Hoifiilizl Diereiirr Keeler's Kottage Klub The Daily Illini tl1gOrchesist21 MARX' ANNE ALLIQN ....,........ Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Chi Omega Delta Sigma Rhog Zeta Phi Etag Star Course C21 3 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet t5J: Production Staff, "Romeo and juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth" ALAN JOSEPH AMIZIZL ......,.. Dclroit, Mich. Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E,g Chi Epsilong Navy V-12 Illinois Institute of Technology 40 2:-. 1 IJ W alll H I 1 I 'Cr' l Ja-I 5 F' sq ut I DONALD EDXVARD ANDERSON .... ..Springieh! Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.I.E.E. LEONARD ANDERSON ...........,,.. Chicago. Liberal Arts and Sciences Eronomicr Sigma Alpha Epsilon lnterfraternity Council 12, 5, 41 CAROL ANDICH ..............,. Rock Iilandt Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi Torch: Shi-Aig Alpha Kappa Deltag Psi Chip The Illio U, 213 Star Course t2, 313 Stu- dent Council, Hillel Foundation 12, 31 NORMA JEAN ANDREXVS ........... Greemfille Journalism Eflilorial The Daily Illini 141 VIRGINIA IYIARIIE ANDREWS ......,... Chicago Physical Education Pbyrical Education Stratford House XV.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Physical Educa- tion Majors Clubg Newman Club SHIRLEY ARMOUR ...,............. Kewanee Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Gamma Delta MARTHA COLLIER ARMSTRONG .... Homewood' Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiilry Delta Delta Delta Illini Union, Department of War Service Q41 5 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Thornton junior College WiI.LiAM ROBERT ARMSTRONG .......... Paris' Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Cheerleader 1419 Navy V-12 JEANNETTE ASCHERMAN .... .... C bampfzign Education Speech Illinois State Normal University BARBARA JEAN ATKINSON, Wert Los Aiigelar, Calif. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjlofzirlv Kappa Alpha Theta Student Senate 1413 Sigma Delta Pig Illini Union, Department of War Service 11, 2, 31, Director 145 5 Student Affairs Supervision and Audit Committee 1415 The Illio 1153 The Daily Illini 111 Maru' ELLEN Arrnmzrw ............ .Plillrbm-fi Liberal Arts and Sciences Clvemiriry Alpha Phi Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota Sigma Pig Sigma Alpha Iotabg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 13, 413 Star Course 12J': Women's Glee Club 125g Pro- duction Staff, "H.M.S. Pinaforeu Honors Day 11, 25 STANLEY Aunrumcn ...,.i.......... Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Epsilon Pi Illini Veterans University of Chicago C1-nusrm ANN BAECHTOLD ...... Callim:-illr Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Delta Delta Concert Band 13, 43 Elmhurst College ARLENE BAILEY ....,.............. Dniirillr Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Phi Omega Pi Eta Sigma Phi Donrs BAILEY ........... ..... C liir-11,40 Law Law McKinley Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Beta Pig Or- chesis: Illini Union, Department of Recre- ation 143 Honors Day 11, 2, 31 Northwestern University JUNE Aunruzr BANGER1' ......... Wood Ri:-fi Fine and Applied Arts Murir Eelzmrtiau Brentwood Manor Sigma Alpha Iotag University Chorus 12, 5. 43 Shurtlelf College .M -i. ' 1 'MU ' 'LJ-' ps 1 V, LOREN WILLARD BANNrs'rER ......... DeKalb Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Beta Pig University Chorus 151 3 Student Council, Wesley Founda- tiong Student Religious Councilg Navy V-12 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Mrmsaacr BANNON ......... .... I aliel Commerce Arcazmtnucy McKinley Hall Accountancy Clubg Phi Chi Thetag Orchesis Joliet Junior College Gtorim Barctaruz ..................,. Cfmzan Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirrory Cagle Hall Macltlurray College EVHLYN BARON .......,............ Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Ivy House Production Staff, "Three Men on a Horse" XVilson junior College Josrzeii Barmow ................... Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Arcbiicclnfe Cosmopolitan Club Gargoyle Society Honors Day 111 Hillsdale College JANE ELrzAruz'rH Barrrm. ...... .... S lerling Agriculture Home Economicr Four-H House The Agriculturist 12, 55: W.A.A.g Produc- tion Stalf, "Anything Goes" Iowa State College GERALD FRANKLIN Bfurrz .......... Ke-wanee Commerce Banking and Fizmzlve Chi Psi Phalanxg Alpha Kappa Psig Interfraternity Council 13, 45g Lieutenant, University Bri- gade BERNICE BASKIN ...,.............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Manderly Psi Chig Alpha Kappa Deltag Student Couna cil, Hillel Foundation Honors Day 12, 31 41 ORANELLE LEWIS BAUGH .... Beaumoni, Texar Liberal Arts and Sciences Eronamicr Delta Sigma Theta Fisk University, Howard University JAMES XVILMER BAYNE .... . .C!ez'eland, Ohio Engineering Mechanical .Engineering Sigma Chi A.S.M.E,g Pi Tau Sigmag Sigma Tau, Varsity Track Squad CZ, 31 3 Navy V-12 JAMES Monroor BEALL.. .... ... .Alum Commerce Marmgemenf Alpha Tau Omega Interfraternity Council 13, 41 University of Arizona g Shurtleif College ROEERT WILSON BEARD ...... Greeauhm-g, Po. Engineering Iliechafzical Engineering A.S.M.E. 3 Navy V-12 LESTER HENR1' BECK ........ Lakewood, Ohio Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.g Pi Tau Sigmag Navy V-12 Case School of Applied Science MARY LOUISE BIEDELL ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology DePaul University BETTE BENNETT ........... ...,. R orhelle journalism Editorial Zeta Tau Alpha Shi-Aig The Daily Illini fl, 21 DENALEE BENSON ...... ........ C hrirropher Agriculture Home Economic: Evans Hall W.A.A.: W.A.A. Numeralsg Executive Coun- cil, W.G.S. 12, 31 3 Illini Union, Department of Special Affairs 12, 31, Orchesisg Produc- tion Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Romeo and Juliet"g Student Coun- cil, Hillel Foundation Southern Illinois Normal University wg Y I ga. C y .J J L-' hem l 551 " ii., L S' 5 f f. ' 1 CHARLES JOHN BERKEL ..... Murkegon, Mich Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. 5 NavyiV-12 Illinois Institute of Technology MARION BERxow'1rz .............,. Mormon Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh lvria Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Pi Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu, Sigma Delta Pig French Club, Spanish Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numerals Honors Day fl, 2, 31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key AUDREY BERNARD . ... ............ ...Allan Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclzology Evans Hall Psi Chi, Production Staff, "Skin ot' Our Teeth", "The Sorcerer" MacMurray College MARIE BEROS ..................... Chicago Commerce Pefmnnel Management Epsilon Phi Sigma Spanish Club Central Y.M.C.A. College JOHN TOLLIE BIGGERS .........,.. Springheld Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Rho Chi A.S.C.E.g Alpha Phi Omegag Freshman Var- sity Wrestling Squadg Varsity Wrestling Squad U, 3, 41 3 Illini Union, Department of Public Service 131 BARBARA JEAN BIRCH ........ Wmern Spring.: Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Delta Gamma French Clubg Illini Union, Department of War Service Q41 Honors Day Q31 LaGrange Junior College PAUL Brscl-roFF .............. Sf. Louir, Mo. Fine and Applied Arts Indurtrial Derign Sigma Chi Arepog Society of Illustrators: Men's Glee Club Q2, 31: Cast, "Iolanthe"g "No! No! Nanette" DePauw University Lois ELLEN BLACK .......... .... R orkford Commerce Mumzgemenl Delta Delta Delta Torchg McKinley Foundation, Student Coun- cil Q21 5 Phi Chi Theta: The Daily Illini fl, 2, 5, 41 g Pan-Hellenic Council Q21 Honors Day 153 Lois Luiz BLXMLING .................. Dixon Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science McKinley Hall XV.A.A. SALLY JEAN BLOOM ..............., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Erlglirb Alpha Epsilon Phi The Illio C115 Pan-Hellenic Council 1215 First Council Q3, 41 1 Star Course 121 LAVERNE BLOONIBERG .............. Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences ll'It!lbL'7lZcllll'J' Medea Pi Mu Epsilong Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini Q11 3 Star Course Q21 5 University Chorus QS, 41 Honors Day fl, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Jorm BnnNArm BLOTTMAN, Jn., Point Barrirfglan, R. l. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.l.E.E.g Navy V-12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Rl-IODA BLUMBERG ................, Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Prjcbology Szold House Wriglit Junior College Pr-rx'LLis BLUNDELL ,....,....,..... Chimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Illini Hall Production Staff, "Three Men on a Horse" Northern Illinois State Teachers College MARIE Louise Bonny ............ jar-kmnville Liberal Arts and Sciences A'ldflM'l!lt1lil'l' La Treinta Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day 131 Illinois College Rourznr XVALTER Bom, ..,........,.,. Peoria Engineering Ilfetallnfgical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pig The Technograph 641 Honors Day Cl, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship' Key Bradley Polytechnic Institute lt, ...ii gg' i L... ,, . X H1 I l l ll ef we- l l -veit? i 1 v 43' A , J, Y ,N - i 8 ' .5- ia..- JOAN BOLZ ......,.... . ............ Paniifir Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Michigan State College BETTY JANE Boncrmns .......... Gibran Ciiy Commerce Commercial Teaching Illiwanis Phi Chi Theta MARIE BaAni2n ...,.............. Barriugfon Liberal Arts and Sciences Matbcmnticr Whyte Pillars VUILLIAM PAUL BRANN ....... ..... E qualify Agriculture Vocational Agricnllnre Agriculture Club PAUL Fnnnmucx Brrcnow' ...,.. Ceylon, Minn. Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E.: Concert Band 15, 41g Navy V-12 University of Minnesota Doizorny CATHRON BREMER ..... ...Damfilla Education Speech Kappa Delta Shi-Aig Zeta Phi Etag W.A.A.g Pan-Hellenic Council 1215 Woman's League 111g Student Alumni Association f21g Ilini Union, De- partment of Special Affairs fl, 21, Director 151, Director, Department of Alumni Affairs M15 Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet" Honors Day 131 EUNICIZ EMMA BRENEMAN. .. .... Diwii Agriculture Home Ecrnmmicr Bethany Circle JAMES COLLINS Basses ........... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical ,Engineering Beta Theta Pi A.I.Ch.E. 5 Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad 121 g Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squadg Varf sity Wrestling Squad 141 3 Interfraternity Council 131 3 lst Regimental Band C41 43 JANE BRIGHAM ......,... Williamrbnrg, Va. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Kappa Alpha Theta Terrapin Smith College V1To Brucrna ...... ,.... . . .Plymoznla Ilifur. Engineering Electrical Errgineerirzg University of Minnesota HELEN Bnrscorz ........ . ........ Cbanipfiign Liberal Arts and Sciences French EVERETT BROOKS ............. Willozz, Maine Physical Education Pbyrical Education Alpha Tau Sigmag Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squadg Freshman Varsity Hockey Squad: Varsity Hockey Squad 121g Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade HELEN IRIZNB BROOKS ........... Szrmigbm-.il Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirfafy Alpha Omicron Pi Senior Manager, Theater Guild, Arepog Mask and Baubleg Tom-Tom 151, Produc- tion Staff, "Claudia", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Sorcerer", "Three Men on a Horse" University of Iowa MARY ELLEN BROWN ................ Clifmn Journalism Nezur and Eflilnrial Nickell Lodge Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Tau Alphag Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini fl, 2, 31, Assistant Editor C41 5 First Council, Woman's League Q51 Honors Day IZ, 31 PHYIJLIS JEAN BROWN .............,. Urbfnm ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology mid Sprmirb Chi Omega Shi-Aig Alpha Kappa Delta: Areiog Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Club: Y.W.C. . Cabinet 12,31 5 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", "Pride and Prejudice", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Warrior's Husband"g Queen, junior Prom ROBERT MILAN BROWN ...... Wertern Spriugr Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbvmiml Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag A.Ch.S.g Navy V-12 Honors Day 111 44 7 l g, l i i .f-'-s air , - Eg if iw' ' 1" I I HI!! 'I r-S 5 5 . , f,.1.i1-,tam ,.f,-'Llp' 1---ya. U, I mtfigfzeerlr lS5lief'.aaLa.-a w w- ' Le, -5 wb-, if 1 S as, 1 a V I 'A P 1. , -L , E E , ' fr? - -, X . 1 Y . Q l ii ' Q M T A e "glare A 'gig gdii 6 Vim, Yogi-. '- 5 anew, 1. i3gfffii56riiWli4h ' P ,. 1.11,- cas.: Y au- , I be-E Q ROBERT WALDO BROWN ........... Oak Pm-le Engineering Civil Engineering Delta Phi A.S.C.E.g Chairman, Freshman Frolicg Navy V-12 Honors Day C11 WILLARD BROWN .... Cleveland Heigbrr, Ohio Engineering Civil Eflgillfffillg Delta Tau Delta A.S.C.E.g Sigma Taug Varsity Swimming Squad 131g Y.M.C.A. Cabinet OUQ Navy Choir i31g Navy V-12 Ohio State University DOROTHY BRUNSKILL ............,. Reddicla Agriculture Home Economirr Edrlrntioiz Four-H House Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicrong Rural Life Clubg The Agriculturist fl, 21 g Student Council, Wesley Foundation JEAN SIMMONS BUCKNER. ..Nor1l1bara, Marr. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Phi Shi-Aig Spanish Clubg W.A.A.g Pan-Hellenic Council CS, 415 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet fl, 2, 5, 415 Illini Union, Department of Dances 11. 23 MARLAN RUTH BUDE ........ ..... C enrmlia Education Hillary Evans Hall Gamma Delta, W.A.A. Southern Illinois Normal University GEORGE PAUL BUJAN ............ Cbrirtaplser Education Pbjzriml Ed ll ratio I1 Phi Kappa Psi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Tribe of Illinig Varsity Football Letter 12, 3, 41 4 Interfraternity Coun- cil 13, 413 Newman Club University of Oregon ANNAEELLE BURDICK ................ Farina Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Hillcrest Salem College JAMES ORVAI. BURK .,.......... Wood River Fine and Applied Arts Arclaileclllrnl Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Bradley Polytechnic Institute JANE BURKE ................... Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Painting Kappa Alpha Theta Society of Illustrators Bennington College Leo JOHN BURKE ........... .. .Chicago Engineering Illechanical Engineerillg A.S.M.E.g Navy V-12 Illinois Institute of Technology NELLE JANE Brmnouoiis ....... .... C atlin Commerce Corrzmercirzl Teaching Phi Chi Thetag Accountancy Club Honors Day ill ROGER WILLIAM BuRTN12ss ........ Oak Pm-le Engineering Electrical Engiueeriflg A.I.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pig Navy V-12 ANNE BUTLER .............. Crfmfard, N. J. Commerce At'C0ll1lfIl7IL'j' l Tara Hall Accountancy Club Union Junior Collegeg Rutgers University Roumvr IMMELL Bu'rLnR, Urzireriity Cily, Mo. Engineering Cir-il Engineering A.S.C.E.g The Daily Illini 13, -U5 Navy V-12 Iowa State College 'CONNIIE Comm' BUZAN .......... Slffillgfflfl Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Chez Nous IVIIRIAM VrRGxNm Buzznu. .......,.. Cbirago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englixh Delta Gamma Mask and Baubleg Cast, "Romeo and Juliet", "The XYlarrior's I-IusbancI"g Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", "Twelfth Night" Beloit College 'ii ' 1 ALICE CANTY ............ ......... C himgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Kappa Delta , The Illio ill: The Daily Illini fllg Pan- Hellenic Council HJ 'f"'? tk 1 '51-f ga ., NORMAN CARR . ..,............. Carbondale i 7 1 9 ' wi Liberal Arts and Sciences S Chemical Engineering " A.l.Ch E . r ' ' ' '? 'I ' ' Southern Illinois Normal University , 1' N - V 5. 1 g I E up turf V 4' I A . I . ,.,,, . up 2 . , .L ,, f I y is I , U l - 1 3' MARX' Louise CARPENTER .,......... Sfroaror Education Mruir :md French Illini Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Sigma Alpha Iota Honors Day fl, 55 I i i ' E JANICE CARTER ........ .... .... C la imgo Commerce Marketing The Daily Illini Q43 Stephens College i I l i Fr.oRA BETH Case ............... .... U rbamz Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology l Pi Beta Phi Mortar Board: Torchg Alpha Lambda Delta: Psi Chig Y.XV.C,A. Cabinet 151, President Q-ij: Orchesisg Student Council, XVesley Foundation Honors Day fl, 31 s SAM JOHN CASTREE .,....... . . .Rockford Commerce 1,lfltll'k9ll!7g " Theta Delta Chi 'ir F ' 5 u N I fe. sa' 5 ' '55 1 Srmro CEMBRANO .......... Srmringo, Chile , Liberal Arts and Sciences - Chemical Engineering 4 University of Concepcion ' 5 5 . i - i V ir , J P ' 7- ELAINE CIZRVIZNKA ......... ..... B crwyfz ii X Education Itfalhenlalicr ' , Y Medea I 'H I-E , Morton Junior College l l 'I ' iii YE 4 5 my T i , A XVILLIAM RANDOLPH CHALKER, jrzckfarzfille, Fla. Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Chi The Daily Illini 1415 Varsity Cross Country Squad ISM Concert Band f2, 5,-ij, Cast, "Christmas Jinx", Navy V-12 Georgia School of Technology NORTON ANDERSON CHAPIN .....,. Yorkville Engineering Mecbmzical Erigizzecrizig Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Beta Pig Navy V-12 ADRIENNE SHIRLEY CHAPMAN .... ...Cliimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Spnrlifb Sigma Delta Tau The Daily Illini fljg Tom-Tom C553 Edi- tor MJ ALLAN CHAPMAN ............ .... C bit-nga Engineering Smzimtion Engineer College Hall A.S.C.E. BARBARA LOUISE CHASE .......... Cbrllllfltligll Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemixlry Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day IU BE4lTY FAE CHAYKEN ....... Hammond, Iml. Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Epsilon Phi Illini Union, Department of Dances C51 WALTER DOUGLAS CIIEEK...Ncw Pnim, Iwi. Engineering Civil E71gi71El?!'f1Ig Theta Xi A.S.C.E. g Navy V-12 Purdue University MATTIE CHOICE ............ . ..... .. .Cirero Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Medea Alpha Pi Epsilon Morton Junior College 46 fl'Qt we Q , ' l MARETA LORAINE CHRIST ...... .... E lgin Agriculture Foorlf and Nutrition Welsh House Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicrong Executive Council, W.G.S. 1513 First Coun- cil, Woman's League C315 Illini Union, De- partment of Dances 12, 31 5 Production Staff, "La Boheme", "The Women" Honors Day ill LUCY DAIL CHRISTIAN ........... Blue Irland Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb W.A.A. Thornton junior Collegeg University of Chicago BERNICE CHRISTENSON ....,. .... C bimgo Education Ge':zc'r':zl Eduralian Leeman Lodge XVright junior Collegeg Northwestern Uni- versity IRENE CHURAN .................... Chicago Physical Education Pbyximl Edurulion Phi Omega Pi Alpha Pi Deltag Orchesisg W.A.A,g W.A.A. Numerals, Major Ig Physical Education Ma- jors Club Honors Day Q21 XVilson junior College ERLINE MAE CHURCHILL ..... .... C hirago Agriculture Hoipiml Dietetic: Iota Sigma Pig Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Honors Day Q21 Wilson junior Collegeg University of Chicago NORMA JEAN CLARK ................ Benlon Liberal Arts and Sciences Pxyclwlogy Medea Psi Chig Woman's League 1555 Production Staff, "Guest in the House" Brenau College NANCY CLASSEN ......,.......... LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences Efzglirb Evans Hall Lyons Township junior College BARBARA CLAYTON .............. Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Englixb Gamma Phi Beta Torch, The Illio fl, 2, SJ, Editor f4lg Production Statf, "Arms and the Man", "He Who Gets Shipped", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End" VIRGINIA KUEMMEL CLUTTER ....,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spzznirls Zeta Tau Alpha Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Club g XV.A.A.g Illini Union, Department of Dances 121 g Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Pride and Prejudice", "Romeo and Juliet", "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband' Honors Day 131 Illinois State Normal University ANDREW' CLYDE .....,,............ Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Pi Kappa Phi Interfraternity Council 12, 31 Motu' ANN Con ................., Slrezrfar Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiflory Chi Omega W.A.A.g Production Stall, "Rope's End" University of XVisconsin BETTY COLEMAN ....,..... ..,Cm11ou Journalism Adzfcrliring Delta Zeta Alpha Lambda Dcltag Shi-Aig The Daily Illini 11, 21 Honors Day 111 BARBARA COLEN ................ Chimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Phi Sigma Sigma Psi Chig The Daily Illini 11, 213 Pan- Hellenic Council 131, Womens League 11, 21 3 Production Staff, "Warrior's I-Iushand"g C-175 Student Council, Hillel Foundation DOROTHY COLLIER ......,... Pirayune, Min. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Delta Pi The Illio 121 Northwestern University JUNE Rosie Coruna ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences C bemirlry Iota Sigma Pig XV.A.A.g First Council, XVoman's League Honors Day 151 Pmftris Comrm' ..........,.,..... S11-eawr Liberal Arts and Sciences General Diririorz Gamma Phi Beta The Illio 111 Rosu'N ELAYNE CONSTANTINE ....... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb , Phi Sigma Sigma Tom-Tom 15, 41 g Production Staff, "The Flying Gerardos", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End" XIUILLIAM MACK Cootm' ............ Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Arcbilectunzl Ellgilffflillg Alpha Tau Omega A.S.C,E.g Tribe of Illinig Varsity Track Letter 131 3 Varsity Track Squad 13, 41 Illinois Institute of Technology JACQUELINE BETH CORMAN ..... ,... P norm Agriculture Home Economic! Sigma Delta Tau Torch: The Daily Illini 11, 2, 312 Home Economics Club 111 Honors Day 121 F1.oRa CORRELL ........ Grand Haven, Micb. Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirrory Honors Day 12, 51 Western Michigan College JEANETTIE NATALIE Cnannn ......... Hamburg Physical Education Plsyriral Erlncatian McKinley Hall Physical Education Majors' Clubg V'.A.A.g Major I GLENN CRAFT .,................. Sz. Cbarler Fine and Applied Arts Arrhilertlne Ruste Armes Illini Union, Department of Dances 151 g Cast, "Anything Goes" ROBERT BRUCE CRAIG .............. Ejfnglmm Engineering Elerirical Engineering Sigma Chi A.I.E.E.g Navy V-12 BARBARA LEE CRAWFORD ........... Sandufiff Engineering - G.0f76'1'I1lEl7gf77EL'I'fflg Evans Hall Student Senate 151 Q A.S.C.E.g Association of Student Women Engineers and Architectsg The Technograph 13, 414 W.A.A. 47 VERA KINIJ1' CRAWFORD ...... .. .Shelbyville Commerce Management W.A.A.g Production Staff, "Goodbye Again" University of Iowa FRANK HOWARD CRowrHIsR, JR. ..... Chicago Commerce Bu.rine.r: Mamzgemeuz Chi Psi Accountancy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psig Pro- duction Staff, "The Male Animal", "The Skin of Our Teeth" North Park College JOHN PATRICK CULLEN. ..,......., Roeleforn' Liberal Arts and Sciences Barleriolagy Newman Club St. Mary's College MARTHA JANE CUNNINGHARI ...,..... Arrolei Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Harney House St. Mary of the XVoods College PAUL CURRY ..,....,..........,. Clmrlexlan Engineering Alecbaniml Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda A.S.M.E.g Concert Band Cl, 21 5 Men's Glee Club C1, 41 g Interfraternity Council C21 3 Navy Choir C315 Cast, "Christmas Jinx"g Navy V-12 GEORGE Romsm' Cusicx ...,....... Allendale Agriculture Gezieml Agricullllre Honors Day C31 GLORIA DANA ............. KlllI.l'tJ.Y Cily, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences .S'f1ar1i,rb Delta Delta Delta Sigma Delta Pi, The Illio C215 Tom-Tom C3, 413 Illini Union, Department of Public Service CZ, 3, 41 3 Production Stuff, "l-i.M.S. Pinafore" Kansas City junior College Jnssu: MARIE DANIEL ...,...... lliurpbyrbm-a Physical Education Pbyriml Edzmiiian Kappa Kappa Gamma . W.A.A.g Terraping Physical Education Ma- jors' Club, First Council, Wonuen's League C21 3 Production Staff, "Pride and Prejudice" MacMurray College L Q .if K if 'vw ,, il Ii. J .,.. 3 ft- I f Eli' , Q I I 4 li l .4 A I 5 , r.,' 1, JEAN DAVIDSON .................. .. .Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Englhh Alpha Chi Omega The Daily Illini C314 Student Alumni As- sociation C415 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Romeo and Juliet" Carleton College KATHRYN ISAIIEI. DAVIDSON, Wfaibizlglan, D. C. Agriculture Dieietirr Busey Hall The Daily Illini C113 Illini Union, Depart- ment of XVar Service C21 American University GLORIA SHARON DAVIS ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Ivy House The Daily Illini C51 3 Alpha Pi Delta George Wfilliams College JANE LEITA DAVIS .............,. Collinwille Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Kappa Alpha Theta Y.W.C.A. Cabinet C31 LORETTA DAVIS .................... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Delano Hall REBA JANE DAVIS .................. Ceulralia Agriculture Home Economic: Delta Zeta Home Economics Clubg Student Council, Uni- versity Baptist Church Centralia junior College ANN Louisa DAYTON ........... Clmmpaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemixtry ALICE DEAKUM ............... Cezlfnnef City Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlary Trelawny Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet" University of Indiana BETTY DEAN .. ................. Hnrriiburg Fine and Applied Arts Indurlrial Derign Alpha Phi Society of Illustrators, Tom-Tom GD, Pro- -duction Staff, "Anything Goes" SHIRLEY Lots DEAN ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Delta Delta Delta Torchg Arepog Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Etag Illini Union, Department of Dances Q21 g Cast, "Anything Goes", "Mirth of a Nation", "Nothing Ventured" 1 Production Staff, "Arms and the Man", "Twelfth Night"g C-17g NVILL 13, 41 RAYMOND GERALD DEBIASE. .Brooklyn N. Y. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pi Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute EUNICE VERNEAL DHFFENHAUGH ..... Dewey Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtary Achaea Independent Council MJ Demo DESMOND .......... Meyer-rdale, Penn. Engineering Eleclrical Engineering A.l.E.E.g Navy V-12 Banimaa DICKSON .......... ..... D aiirille Commerce Accormlanry Chalanda Accountancy Clubg Alpha Pi Deltag Phi Chi Theta, Executive Council, NV.G.S. CZ, 33 HELEN Drjuuo .......... ' ....... . .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Evans Hall Kappa Beta Pig Production Staff, "Barchcstcr Towers" Wriglit Junior College Annu. EST:-ren DotssoN ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sacinlngy Busey Hall Tom-Tom C55 DePaul Universityg Wilson Junior College J Ext Maumee JOSEPH DOLAN ......... Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Varsity Basketball Squad fl, 41 MARY KATHRYN DONOHUE ....,..... Urbana Commerce Perfamlel llflanagenlefrt Alcestis Newman Club XVIl.LIAM Davin DoPPs ........ Wichita, Kan. Engineering Civil Engineering Varsity Wrestling Squad ISD, Cheer Leader MJ Navy V-12 Kansas State Teachers College Ei.rANoRe Cassm DOWLING ...... Tinley Park Fine and Applied Arts Mmic Leeman Lodge Der Deutsche Vereing Sigma Alpha Iotag Cast, "The Sorcerer", Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Romeo and Juliet", "Three Men on a I-Iorse"g WILL Q31 American Conservatory of Music Juorrrt GARDNER DOWNS... .... Chicago Commerce Perxomifl Aflflfltigefllflll Pi Beta Phi Phi Chi Theta: The Illio 1231 XV.A.A.g Pan-Hellenic Council MJ: First Council, Woman's League C413 Production Staff, "Here Comes Mr. jordan", "Rope's End", "Ruddigore", "The NVomen" Honors Day fl, 2, 33, University of Illinois Scholarship Key JOAN MARY DOYLE ............. .Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Delta Zeta Alpha Lambda Deltag Iota Sigma Pig New- man Club Honors Day fl, 27 Rfxrm-r Douotas Driai.l.n ......,... Frrmkfori' Agriculture Agriclrllme and Law Farm House Ma-Wfan-Dag Sachem: Hoot and Horng Pier- rotsq Chairman, Plowboy Prom GJ, Inter- fratcrnity Council 453, Illini Union, Depart- ment of Alumni Affairs MJ 3 Y.M.C.A. Cab- inet f2J, Board of Directors Iii, President 143g Cast, "Heaven Can Wait", "He Wlio Gets Slapped", "The Women": C-17, Stu- dent Council, Wesley Foundation Grzwrnuoit DUNN .....,,..,...... Syramoir Liberal Arts and Sciences .Eroimmirr Ivria Independent Council ill, Executive Council, W.G.S. LU 4 Production Staff, "The Women" Northern Illinois State Teachers' College 49 BENJAMIN HARLIN EAHHART .... ...Albion Commerce Accountancy Delta Chi Accountancy Clubg Interfraternity Council 121 ALLENI3 Ennarn ............ ..... C bimga Agriculture Initifntioiml Management Pi Beta Phi Mortar Boardg Torchg Star Course 12, 31, Co-Manager 141g Student Senate 141g Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicrong The Daily Illini 1113 Production Staff, "Rope's End", "The Women" Honors Day 12, 31 MARIAN Ecfxrn ................... Oak Park Agriculture Horpiml Dicleticr Delta Gamma The Illio 1213 Independent Council 13, 413 University Chorus 121 3 Home Economics Club University of Iowag Rosary College VIRGINIA EILEEN Ecrcmrr. ..... Herrin Education Pbyriml Edumlion Onondaga XV.A.A. Southern Illinois Normal University WILLIAII EDDLIEMAN ........... .... A :mu Enxzineerinq Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi Varsity Basketball Squad 11, 2, 515 Inter- fraternity Council 121 ROXVENA ELIZABETH EDGAR .... .... U rbaua Physical Education Phyriml Education XV.A.A.g Physical Education Majors' Clubg Orchesisg Illini Union, Department of Dances 121 g Cast, "Mirth of a Nation" Ronsrrr DEAN Erma ...,.......... Springield Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirfory Pi Kappa Alpha ' Interfraternity Council 12, 313 Cast, "Any- thing Goes"g Illini Veterans CAROL CATHERINE Emi. . .ML Lebanon, Penn. Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Delta Pi A.S.C.E.g A.S.W.A.E.g The Illio 111 50 If ,'-is ' I "asf, . 1.6. I 'T 1. We . . I ,.,. Eh, Oli- LIQLAND Ersrswnnnc ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiriry Scimitarg Freshman Varsity Fencing Squadg First Regimental Band 111 Honors Day 131 GERTRUDE ELKIN ...,........ .... C lnimgo Education General Ezlncaiiofz Evans Hall Wlright Junior College ANNAI3I3I.Ln EI.i.Io'rr .......... Mon-irafwille Commerce Marketing Bethany Circle EDITH ENGBIIECI-IT .......... .... C bimgo journalism Adrerlirirlg Forest Hall Daily Illini 1115 Tom-Tom 131 Morgan Park junior College VERA CHRISTINE ESCH .......... Warlsinglon Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirb Devon Hall The Daily Illini 141 5 University Chorus 141 Bluffton College Maacmu' FAIRBANK ..,........ Wen Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Izrdzlrtriul Derign Sager House Society of Iluustrators IDA MAE Fanrow ................... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alcestis Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Kappa Delta Honors Day 11, 2, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key VIRGINIA GRACE Fizuosrzv ...... Calumet City Physical Education Pbyriml Education Loki ' Mortar Boardg Torchg Alpha Sigma Nug Gamma Deltag W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I Honors Day 11, 2, 51, University of Illinois Scholarship Key JOHN MACKEY FEE ....... South River, N. I. Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Chi Epsilong Navy V-12 Rutgers University SHIRI.nn Rose FIZLTMAN .... Humingroo, Intl. Liberal Arts and Sciences Bocleriology Delta Phi Epsilon Pan-Hellenic Council C413 Illini Union, De- partment of War Service 1513 Production Staff, "Twelfth Nightng Student Council, Hillel Foundation University of Michigan DOROTHY LUCILLI2 FERGRIEVE ........ Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Medea Morton junior College CIGSAR GuII.I.IzRMo FIERRIEIRA, Amfrriorr, Pmnglnry Commerce Arcounlzmry Cosmopolitan Club Accountancy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psi Escuela Nacional de Comercio MARIE SHIRLEY FINGER ....... Doumerr Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology and Prycbology Delta Delta Delta Knox College CAROL FINK ...... . ............... Chicago Liberal Arts :Incl Sciences Zoology Alpha Gamma Delta Illini Union, Department of Recreation 15, 41 3 Production Staff, "Pride and Prejudice", "Twelfth Night"g WILL 131 Morgan Park Junior College SETI-I GRANT FISHER .......... Ford Cify, Po. Engineering Electrical .Engineering A.I.E.E.: Navy V-12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology GIZRMAINE CATHERINE FORBES ....., Morrville journalism Editorial Leeman Lodge The Daily Illini 1115 WILL C41 Drake University M'iejea.q .txt-fzgQ,,gfff,If Q il l L 3 ' l Nixiai AI.IcIz ELMINA FORD .............. Bone Gop Agriculture Home Erofromicr Medea Alpha Lambda Deltag Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day ll, 2, 51 Q University of Illinois Scholarship Key JAMIzs Forum ,.................... Greenfield Agriculture General flgrlclzltlzre Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Clubg Dairy Production Clubg The Agriculturist 12, 31 GIaoRoI2 Foaoev, JR ....,.......... Biggwilln Agriculture Vamliomzl Agricrzlllrre Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Zetag Agriculture Clubg Alpha Tau Alphag Hoof and Horn: Pershing Rifles: Plateau :Ind Drumg Poultry Club: lnterfra- ternity Council Q31 3 Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade Honors Day Q11 ADDISON BURR Foss ....,... ...Rovlefonl Commerce Mmleering Alpha Tau Omega Phi Eta Sigmag Interfraternity Council 141 Honors Day C31 University of Idaho BI2RNIIzcIz FOSSEL ................... Pfrxrou Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlury Achaea ELEANORE RUTH Fox .....,........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Manderly Executive Council, W.G.S. Q31 g Production Staff, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Twelfth Night" MARY FRANCES Fox ........,...... Mm-rlmll Agriculture Food! and Nulrilion Alpha Gamma Delta Home Economics Clubg The Agriculturist Q31 3 W.A.A.g Illini Union, Department of War Service G15 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet" Eastern Illinois State Teachers College KARYI. FRALIEY ................. Cryrzul Lake Liberal Arts and Sciences General Dirfiiiorr Gamma Phi Beta Torchg The Illio 11, 2, 31 1 I R, I LOUISE FIQAMBIERG ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfycbology Delta Gamma Lawrence College BEVERLY FRANK ..,.................. jaliez Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbalagy Sigma Delta Tau AFSPO: Mask and Bauble: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil 143-3 Senior Manager, Theater Guildg Production Staff, "Claudia", "Romeo and klilletfy, "The Warrior's Husband", "Twelfth iight , The Women", Student Council, Hi lel Foundation MERVAL FAANKE ........... ...Genefeo Agriculture Home Ecofzomira' McKinley Hall Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day 11, 33 HAImn2r FRANKEL ..........,.. .... C himgo Fine and Applied Arts Commrrrifzl Derigzl Ivria Illini Union, Department of Wfar Serviie 143 Wriglrt junior College NANCY PATRICIA FRANKEL ............ Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi W.A.A.: Women's Glee Club 1439 Illini Union, Department oi Special Events 12, 3, 43, Production Staff, "Heaven Can XVait", "La Boheme", "Rope's End", "RudcIigore", "The Women" CONNIB FRANILLIN. .,............. Sr. Annu Liberal Arts and Sciences Erzglirh Alpha Xi Delta Torch: Shi-Aig Illini Union, Department of War' Service 11, 3, 433 Production Staff, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinaforeu, "Three Ivlen On a Horse", "Twelfth Night", "The XVar- rioI's Husband", WILL 12, 5, 43 Honors Day 11, 2, 33 IVIARTHA Drzu. FRANKLIN ...... ...DeKalb Physical Education Plzguiml ElllltYlliUll Pi Beta Phi W.A.A.g W.A,A. Numeralsg Major I: Or- chesisg Terrapin ERNIQS1' KING Fimzrisn, ja., Cbarlurfon, ll". Va. Engineering ll'IFffJllllit'!ll El1giIIL'L'l'17l.Lf Phi Kappa Psi Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Taug The Tcchnograph 12, 5, 43 g Tribe of lllinig Varsity Swimming Letter 133 5 Navy V-12 Honors Day 133 Virginia Polytechnic Institute 52 ill a. is . -,,- I Pls r v il I . Mi I , 1 5-" A W :- KATHRYN FREDA ................. Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfychalogy Illini Hall Star Course 153 SIDNEY FRIEDMAN ......... Milwaukee, Wir. Fine and Applied Arts , Irzdrulrial Derign University of Southern Illinois, Milwaukee State Teachers College, Marquette Univer- sity, Wlisconsin Art Academy Lois MARIE Fnnsmucu .....,. Harnmoml, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirb Delta Gamma Shi-Ai, The Illio 113 g W.A.A.g Pan-Hellenic Council 12, 53 3 First Council, Woman's League 143 g Star Course 12, 33 Honors Day 123 Rossizr HENRY FRIERSON ..... Louifville, Ky. Education Izldizrirhll Edumiizm Alpha Phi Alpha Tuskegee Institute WALTER Furs .........,........... Clnimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemirtfy Lambda Chi Alpha Illini Veterans, Newman Club NVright Junior College Rosearaxw ELIZABETH GAGIA. .Hf1mden, Cami. Education Sprmirb Medea Spanish Club XVILLARD GAIIAN ..........., ..... D umfille Commerce flcrolmlmzcy Alpha Kappa Psi " Honors Day 113 DoIxo'rrIY jovcn GAI.mu2ATH ........ AlfI1f00!7 Agriculture Harpilal Dicieticr XVelsh House Home Economics Clubg First Council, Wom- an's League 133: Woman's Glee Club 1433 University Chorus 15, 43, Illini Union, De- partment of Alumni Affairs 143 l I l ,, RUTH MARIE GALE ................. McLean Liberal Arts and Sciences Matbemarirr Leeman Lodge GRRALDIN12 GARDINER ............. Ezfiuirmn Liberal Arts and Sciences French Delta Gamma French Club, The Illio 121, Illini Union, Department of Special Events Q21 Sullins College Bisrw Louisa GARNHR ......,...... Dmirillc Education Pbyriral Edumlizm Beta House Alpha Pi Delta, Alpha Sigma Nu, Physical Education Majors Club, W.A.A., W.A.A. Numerals, Major I, Woman's League Cl, 2, 3, 41, First Council, XVoman's League C41 Honors Day fl, 31 CHARLENE WING GATES .......... Harrirbnrg Fine and Applied Arts lllnrir Edumlian Welsli House Sigma Alpha Iota, Women's Glee Club 12, 41, University Chorus Q2, 51: Cast. "Lil Boheme" SILAS JEROME GATES ........ .... R abiufon Agriculture General Agriculture Southern Illinois Normal University ANGELINA RosEMARIE GAzIANo ...., Rarkford Liberal Arts and Sciences Hillary Alpha House Alpha Lambda Delta, Newman Club 13, 41 Honors Day fl, 21 MARY GEISSENDORFER .......,...... Urbfum Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology ClIi Omega Production Staff, "La Boheme", "Heaven Can Wait" ELAINE MARIE GEORGEFIJ ............ Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Botany Medea Wright junior College MARCIA GESSNER .............. Sralei Mound Liberal Atrs and Sciences Pre-I.a1v Shemelcl Lodge SHIRLEY ANN GRTMAN .... Terre Hume, Ind. Commerce Perronmfl lllruzugrnlerzt Kappa Delta Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta , Accounta ancy Club, Phi Chi Theta, The Illio f2, 51 3 Pan-Hellenic Council Q21, Star Course 121 Honors Day fl, 21 GLORIA GETTLITMAN ............... Chimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbalogy Alpha Epsilon Phi The Illio 121, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet K3, 41, Production Stall, "Rope's End", "Ruddigore", "The Women" 6.446 A79 I' LO ,HW f.0fi,a,?C '74-2 see. im ,000 - -260967 A E,G1nQsU.. - 1, f E t' 1 femenr 564226229 , e u Alp bgv I, 7- K o n a cy C ' e Daily Illini 1 , fd -4-LJ " af-, ale! +0 Jyg - ' fa df " . MARY NANCY Gnu-IARo .......... Hillboro Liberal Arts and Sciences-ck Geology dwg VU Welsh House Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Senior Produc- tion Manager, Illini Theater Guild, Arepo, Mask and Bauble, Illini Union, Department of Public Service 11, 21, Production Stall, "La Boheme", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Warrior's Husband", "The Women" Honors Day fl, 2, 51 , University of Illinois Scholarship Key JERRY LEO GITRE ............. Deimit, Mich. Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Chi A.S,C.E., Chi Epsilon, Navy V-I2 Illinois Institute of Technology MARY ANN GLIDDEN ........,....... DeKalb Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correctiari Delta Gamma Arepo, Zeta Phi Eta, The Illio U1, Produc- tion Staff, "Heaven Can Wait", "He Wlio Gets Shipped", "Rope's End", "Ruddigore", "The Women" URSULA BEA'rE GOLDMANN ..,....... Cnrlock Liberal Arts and Sciences Sprulirb Ivy House Q The .Daily Illini il, 2, 3, 41, French Club, Spanish Club, Codre Fraters Association, Stu- dent Council, Hillel Foundation Illinois Wesleyan University 53 - gig.. SHIRLEY GOODMAN .........,..... Emzmon Liberal Arts and Sciences Efzglirh Pi Beta Phi Monmouth College CARMEN ALENE GORDLEY .......,. Springhelrl Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Leeman Lodge Der Deutsch Verein Springfield junior College NANCX' JANE GRAY .......,......... Cbimga Fine and Applied Arts lfldnrlrinl Derign Presbyterian Hall Society of Illustrators: Illini Union, Depart- ment of Dances CZ, 3, 41: Cast, "Anything Goes": Production Staff, "Twelfth Night": C-17 Honors Day 12, 31 Chicago Art Institute ROSALINE GREBET ....,.........,.. Coil-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lowry Lodge Psi Chi: Tom-Tom 13, 41 g Illini Union, Dc- partment of War Service fl, 2, 3, 41: Uni- versity Orchestra fl, 2, 3, 41: Production Staff, "H.M.S. Pinafore" HELEN MARIE GREEN ....... ...Chicago journalism Edilorial Alpha Delta Pi Shi-Ai: Spanish Club: The Daily Illini fl, 2, 3, 41: Production Stali, "Across The Broad Tomorrow", "Hello Out There", "Waiting for Lefty" RUTH GREEN ..................... Clairogo Liberal Arts and Sciences Erlglirh Busey Hall Der Deutsche Vereiri: University XVriters' Club: University Orchestra 12, 3, 41 JOHN CHARLES GREGORY ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-low Four Columns I Phi Alpha Delta: Sigma Nu Delta: 'junior Bar Association: Indepenclent'Council'13, 111 : University Chorus f3, 41: Star Course Q41: Illini Veterans ' ' Wfright junior Collegeg Northwestern Uni- versity Lorm MAE GRIEFITH .......,......... Dewey Liberal Arts and Sciences SIYIIIIIIZ7 Sager House Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambcla Delta: Star Course f21 : Spanish Club Honors Day fl, Z, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 54 ,f , I of '5- 4, N , - ll I' i a. 'Mi 7. v .S ,Ii it S F: , Ar gy 'N fi ARLENE GROVE ............. .... C ompfau Agriculture Textiler and Clothing Leeman Lodge Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron Northern Illinois State College CLAIRE OLIVIA GRUENBERG. .New York, N, Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Manclerly Hunter College of City of New York Ronmzr MILTON GRYB, Norm! Veruzm, N. Y. Engineering Elerlrirul Engizreeriflg A.I.E.E.: Navy V-12 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ELEANOR RASMA GULBIS ............ Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences English Wriglit junior College FRANCES GIILICK ....,........... Greenville Fine and Applied Arts Piano Busey Hall Mu Phi Epsilon University of Kansas MARTHA GULLETI' .....,.......... Lincoln I-'ine and Applied Arts Conmzerrial Derigrz Illini Hall Society of Illustrators: The Illio C31 MacMurray College XVARREN ARNOLD GUSTAFSON, New York, N, Y. Commerce Arconnliizg and Fimuzre Accountancy Club: Alpha Kappa Psi: Bank- ing Club: Men's Glee Club Q11 Columbia University ANITA VIRGINIA I'IAGS'l'ROM ....... Wfnzilaegon Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacleriology Alpha Xi Delta The Illio il, 21 IMILDRED HALACHK ..............,.. Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemimy Evans Hall Herzl junior College ELIZANOR HALl.0WEl.L ........... Farmer City Agriculture Harpirnl Dielelicr Stratford House Iota Sigma Pig Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day 653 Comwmz jovcn HAMILTON ..... !tIcLefu1rbof-0 Agriculture Horpilal Dielelirr Harney Manor Home Economics Club GAIL El,IZABE'l'l-I HAMILTON ,..... Horneruvml Physical Education Pbyriml .EdIll'dlf072 Sheffield Lodge Terrapin Monticello College BETTY Lou HAMM .................. Quincy Fine and Applied Arts Muric Kappa Delta Arepog Conccrt Band fl, Z, 3, 455 Univer- sity Orchestra fl, 2, 31 MARIAN HANCOCK ...,.....,.... !'1tll'I'i.lLIll'g Education Social Sfudiur Busey Hall Blackburn College lVlARll,YN Vrvr,-.N HANNM-r .......... Mnrmun Fine and Applied Arts Ailljif Kappa Kappa Gamma Arepo: Sigma Alpha Iota: Womcn's Glee Club QZ, filg University Chorus 1415 Cast, "Anything Goes", "H.M.S, Pinafore", "The Sorcererug Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Sweet Briar College Baruxarm juan HANSEN ........... Wnzzkegmi Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Locke Manor . fe Us l LJ v ,E A i ,,.r Q Honaar HARDEN .......... Der Mainer, Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtfy Illini Veterans Northwestern Universityg LaGrange Junior College Vmcmm HARLAN ........... ...... C bimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirla Alpha Gamma Delta Illini Union, Department of Special Affairs MM Cheerleader L21 HARMET ANN HARLIN ...,.... .... C l5lt'flg0 Agriculture Haspilal Dietetics Chez Nous Home Economics Club fl, 22 Honors Day fl, ZH . MARTHA Louisa HartaY...Indinm1polir, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Kappa Alpha W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet C43 Baaaaaa ELLEN Haavnv .....,....... Clair-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirla Kappa Kappa Gamma The Illio il, 2, 355 W.A.A.g Star Course QU 5 Theatre Guild QU CAROLE Hass ...,......... .... C bimgo Education Pbyriral Eflllffllillll XV.A.A.: Terrapin: Physical Education Ma- jors Club University of Wlisconsin Ronan' Lnwrs Harrrmn .... .. . . ., .Am Engineering Elcvtriml Ezlgizzeeriug Southern Illinois Normal University Eruvnsr ll-IARTIN Hausuzn ,.... .... C bit-ago Engineering Merbriniml .Erzgineeriug Sigma Chi A.S.M.E.g lst Regimental Band ftllg Navy V-12 Purdue University MARY Lou HAYES ................. Mnfman Fine and Applied Arts Muric Kappa Delta Sigma Alpha Iotag Concert Band 11, 2, 3 -41 g University Orchestra 11, 2, 5, 41 GI.ENN HEAD ............. ...,.. S px-iugpeld Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic: Varsity Wrestling Squad 1313 lnterfraternity Council 131 Honors Day 111 RICHARD HENRY HEBENSTREIT ..... Villa Park Engineering Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau: Tau Beta Pi Honors Day 11, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key GEORGE ALBAN HEITZ. .......... Warbingfon Agriculture General Agriculllzrz' CARA MARGERY HELLER ............. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Alpha Epsilon Phi The Illio 11, 215 Pan-Hellenic Council 1313 Illini Union, Department of Recreation 13, 41 g Production Staff, "Anything Goes" Honors Day 12, 31 JOHN CHARLES HENBERGER ,...... Cbillirozhe Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Skull and Crescentg The Illio 141 3 Navy V42 Bradley Polytechnic Institute FAY BELLE HENDERSON ...... Agriculture Dielelicr . . . .Cfbicngo Busey Hall Alpha Pi Deltag W.A.A. Wilson junior College ROBERT WILLIAM HENNIG .,......... Aurora Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mull Manor Phi Eta Sigmag A.S.M.E.g Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pi Honors Day 11, 2, 31 ',n,,,,,' - ' ,T Inn-.,,, - - ' 73- H" v H ba 5 'E' ,I I 1 f1,i'f-s:.gQQi.r-"1- l -ia 1 s I -LET I 14 1z,5 E., A -- .,,Zf,L I ,L A .1 , 'I ' wx I. .Iffv-'PL 'N L-'aisxi Yi- -I 1 , BETTY JEAN NE HERATI-I ..... Education Englirb .. .. .Joliet Mensen Manor Joliet Junior College XVILLIAM KENNETH HERDA ......... Riaeriide Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.g Alpha Phi Omegag Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau: Navy V-12 Illinois Institute of Technology: Indiana State Teachers College JANET LOUISE HERRMANN ........, Sbabbonfr Agriculture Home Economic.: Stonehaven Home Economics Clubg Newman Club Mundelein College JEAN BAYSINGER HERRON .... . .. ,Slreator journalism Adrferlirirlg Delta Gamma Mortar Boardg Alpha Lambda Dcltag Shi- Aig Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini 11, 2, 31 3 Business Manager 1-41 Honors Day 11, 2, 51: University of Illinois Scholarship Key ANITA HEss ..................... Lilrhfiehz Liberal Aits and Sciences Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi The Illio 11, 21 ERNESTINE Hrcxs ........... .... C bicago Education Gelzeml EllIll'll!i0l1 Alpha Kappa Alpha XV.A.A. ALICE HILDEIIRANDT ....... .... C lzicaga Agriculture Foodr and Nnlrilian Busey Hall Executive Council, W.G.S. 141g Star Course 1413 Student Alumni Association 15, 41 Honors Day 131 XVI-ight junior College VIRGINIA HlLl.ER ............... Tllaylorzfille Commerce Pe:-.rmmel Illnmlgemenl Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Deltag The Illio 11, 21 3 Illini Union, Department of Dances 11, 213 Ac- countancy Club Honors Day 111 PEGGY JEAN Hrrrrzs ..........,...... Urbrum Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclaologg' Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Deltag Shi-Aig Psi Chig Fresh- man Council, Pan-Hellenic Council 12, 313 Star Course 121 5 Illini Union, Department of Public Service 11, 2, 31 g Production Staff, "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End" Honors Day 11, 51 University of Colorado Norm Arrrrrurr Hmrrrcrrs ,......... Pfrpinrfruf Engineering .Electrical Erzgirzeeriug A.I.E.E.g Production Stali, "Christmas links" Martin: I-lrN'roN ...,............. Foorlrrml Agriculture Home Eronamiar Leeman Lodge Home Economics Clubg First Council, XVom- an'5 League 141 MARY Lavrsrrrsm I-IrN'roN .... . ...... Foarlmnl Agriculture Harpilal Dielelirr Westaire The Agriculturist 11, 21 DOYNE I-Irssorsrc ...... ............ U rbrmn Fine and Applied Arts Murir Education Nickell Lodge Sigma Alpha Iotag Independent Council 141 3 Concert Band 11, 213 NVOmen's Glee Club 12, 3, 413 "H.M.S. Pinafore" Honors Day 131 ANNE LU HOIT ...............,... Geueren Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh McKinley Hall Student Senate 141 3 Alpha Pi Deltag Execu- tive Council, W.G.S. 141 Honors Day 151 Ar.r.nN Horrrzrr ..,...i......... Cbrmrfmigvi Engineering Mining Engirreeriizg Freshman Varsity Track Squad: Men's Glce Club 11, 2, 413 Illini Veterans Marrrrm Er.r.r2N Horrowav ..... Mnrpbyrbnro Education Grvggmpby mm' Euglirb Mansion Gamma Theta Upsilong First Council, Wfom- an's League 141 Southern Illinois Normal University fl , V. -.,, ' 7 1 ii. ! H? MXN 4, A i - 1 ,i-..., L l .1 W , V l 1 er- ' ' I fag llrsa' , JEANNE Ranma HOMM ....... .... C bimgo Agriculture Home Economic: Cagle Hall Der Deutsche Vereing Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicrong Cast, "Iolantl1e" Honors Day 11, 2, 51 RUTH MYRA I-lozsrzarc ....... .... C irero Education Cbemirtry Henry Hall Morton junior College Maajorue Hoorirrrz ......... Holland, A-Iirb. journalism Editorial Wlahina The Daily Illini 15, 41 Hope College Manjorzrrz Hoovnrr ................. Cbirago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Busey Hall Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Green Mountain College Lois MARION HORNING ...,... Lanrarler, Pa. Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Kappa Delta Sigma Alpha Iotag XV.A.A.g Women's Glee Club 15, 41, University Chorus 121g Cast, "Rudcligore" DAL'roN HOSKINS ............ Ponlfmd, Ore. Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilong Navy V-12 New Mexico School of Minesg University of Wlashington Mrrzmrrr JEAN Howrrrrorv ..... Louirrfille, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Wlryte Pillars The Daily Illini 131, Associate Editor 141g Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Wlard-Belmont College EMIL HUBKA ..................... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lambda Chi Alpha Mu Pi Sigma: Pershing Rifles: Plateau and Drum, Star and Scroll, The Illio 1113 The Daily Illini 13, 41 g Illini Union, Department of Recreation 1313 Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade, Production Staff, "The Women" Honors Day 151 GEORGE HUFF ............ Hafriiaviburg, Ln. Engineering Civil Engimferwg Kappa Sigma Navy V-12 Tulane University NINA Lou HUFFAKER ...,.. Bald Knob, A1-le. Fine and Applied Arts Murir Brentwood Manor Sigma Alpha Iota, Independent Council 1355 University Chorus I3, 455 Cast, "The Sorcerer" Hendrix College Marvin THEODORE Huisu ........,,.. Alum Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology ALBERT HUMPHREY ........ New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Phi Delta Theta Sigma Tau: Varsity Swimming Squad 1553 Interfraternity Council Q15 g lst Regimental Band C155 Navy V-12 Kansas City Junior and Teachers' College Louisa HUMPHREY ...,.......... Alowenquiz Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Shawnee STELLA JEAN HUNTER ...,........,.. Urbana Fine and Applied Arts lI'Ill.l'iL' Pi Beta Phi Torchg Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: Arepoq German Clubg Sigma Alpha Iota: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Q35 1 Star Course 125 3 Women's Glce Club 13, 45, University Chorus H53 Cast, "The Sorcerer" Honors Day Cl, 2, 35 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key HELEN VinciN1A I-luao .......... Cbmnpliign Agriculture Home Ermmmirr Kappa Delta Home Economics Clubg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 15, 45 1 Star Course 12, 55: Illini Union, De- partment of Special Events C-15: Production Statf, "Out of the Frying Pan", "The Women"g Queen, Plowboy Prom Q35 JEAN HURT .................. . . .Fnii-bury Journalism Editorial Kappa Delta Mortar Boardg Torch: Kappa Tau Alphag Alpha Lambda Deltag Shi-Aig Vice-President, Junior Classg Theta Sigma Phi : Zeta Phi Eta: The Daily Illini fl, 2, 35, Editor Q45 3 Illini Union, Department of Special Events C25 L Y. XV.C.A. Cabinet 12, 5, 459 Cast, "Claudia": Production Staff, "Out of the Frying Pan", "The KVon1en" Honors Day fl, 2, 35 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key IEFHEL HURWICH ......,... .... ..,. C IJ icaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Baclefiology Ivria Der Deutsche Vereing Student Council, Hillel Foundationg First Council, Woman's League 135 9 Student Alumni Association CS, 455 Women's Glee Club 13, 455 Illini Union, Department of Wlar Service G5 Herzl Junior College RUTH HUTTER .................. Forex! Park Fine and Applied Arts Piano Henry Hall Sigma Alpha Iota, First Council, Woman's League Q53 Women's Glee Club KZ, 3, 45, President M53 Gamma Delta , Honors Day 11, 2, 55: University of Illinois Scholarship Key JANE INGLHS ....,...... Imlimmpolir, Indiana Fine and Applied Arts Ar! Alpha Chi Omega Torchg Illustratorsg Illio 11, 2, 353 Produc- tion, "La Boheme", "The XVomen" ALMA MAE IRroN ................... Ozmwa Liberal Arts and Sciences Lalin Cagle Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Eta Sigma Phi Honors Day fl, 35 LAVERNE JAcKsoN ......... ..... S enem Education Sfmrziih Vfelsh I-louse Spanish Club ROLLA JOANNE JACOB .,....... Den-ail, Mirla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiilory Sigma Delta Tau Shi-Aig The Illio fl, 25g Illini Union, De- partment of XVar Service U5 Wmrifanu JHANNE JACOBS. .. .Dmirlee Education Cnrrlnrvrre Alpha Xi Delta Ohio Xvesleyan University Lois Ol.IX'I.N Jacousow ...,.... ....... C irera Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Theta Upsilon Morton junior College CHARLo'r'rn JANIEC ....,....... .... B erwyu Agriculture Hoxpital Dielelirr Medea Home Economics Club Morton Junior College RAYMUND JANKERS ............. Benmwille Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q57 MARIANNA Kri.rAN JfiNssxaN .......... Iiamw Liberal Arts and Sciences B!Il'IUl'iUl0gj' McKinley Hall Alpha Sigma Nug XV.A.A.3 XV.A.A. Nu- meralsg Major I S1'ANr,i2Y JOHN JRRONIH ..... .Waukegan Commerce Aldfkfliflg Theta Delta Chi Golf C51 Romana' JARRELL ............. .. .Harrirbnrg Commerce MHII1lgL'7l1FI1f Wenatcliee Sachemg Student Senate G, 43 1 Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Club: Delta Sigma Rhog Independent Council 13, 41 Q Y.M.C.A. Cab- inet 12, 31, Vice-President 141g Production Staff, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinaforeng D:- bating Team Q35 l D Southern Illinois Normal University SAMUEL Smrrrr JEFFERIIES .... Lizlle Rock, Ark. Te G 1 Q-"S . w i. mf 41-1 'ifnltfiii V Engineering 'ew ' fi Electrical Engincerirzg t Navy V-12 Little Rock Junior College Q 1 A Vfl f! ,L r ' N GERALD Lim JrzNKxNs ........ .... C Imran ' - Engineering Merlmnimf E7lgill?!?7'iIlg i A.S.M.E.g Pi Tau Sigmag Concert Band QI, . 2, 5,-491 Navy choir C313 Navy V-12 6 .- we J x , 1 A Bnviznm' Loursrs JOHNSON, Palm Sprirzgy, Calif. A if L Liberal Arts and Sciences ,' g g Hirlnry , " K 1 Chi Omega , 7 University of California at Los Angeles --f dl 35' r - r i 4 . A- -ir l. Y l .,tt , EARL JOHNSON ....,........ .... C himga Commerce Mrmagemenr I , University of Chicago i l . l 5 ELIZABETH MARILYN JOHNSON ...... Clnimgo X Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Brentwood Manor University of Chicago FRANK EDXVAIID JOHNSON, JR. ..,, ...Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Varsity Tennis Squad GJ: Men's Glee Club I-U 5 WILL 15, 41 Wright Junior College 1 1 l J I I l JAMES ARCHER JOHNSON...H0lld61'I0ll, N. C. Engineering Eleclriral Engineering l Navy V-12 North Carolina State Collcgeg University j of Miami i l J KENNETH Enwm JoHNsoN. .Wuyz11m, Minn. Engineering Electrical Engineerillg Navy V-12 University of Minnesota PHYLLIS MARJORIE JOHNSON ........ Chicago Education General Erllzralian Alpha Pi Delta: The Agriculturist Ill 3 XV.A.A. ROY JOHNSON ............. fl'lIl.fkL'g0I1, Mich. Engineering Civil Ellgffleerillg A.S.C.E,: Navy V-12 Western Michigan Collegeg University of Notre Dame ALICE MAY JONES .................. Harrvzfuf Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbalagy Northwestern University 59 ! I' l BARBARA Jorvns ................... St. Arms Education Englirb Alpha Xi Delta ' Shi-Ai, The Daily Illini f11g Illini Union, Department of Recreation fl, Z, 31 JANE JORDAN ...................... U1-hmm Fine and Applied Arts Mzzfir Education Alpha Chi Omega Mortar Boardg Torchg Sigma Alpha Iotag W.A,A.g Star Course 12, 51: Illini Union, Department or' Public Service 111 Honors Day 11, 31 ELVIRA AnRiAN JUSKA ......,....... Chit-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences , Prycbology Terrapin STANFORD CHARLES KAATZ. . .. ... .Cbimgn Journalism Arlverliring Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Phi Omegag Interfraternity Council 13, 413 Student Council, Hillel Foundationg Illini Veterans Wriglit Junior College MARILYN KAFFIE ............ Slyrevepofr, La. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Epsilon Phi Illini Union, Department of Recreation M13 Student Council, Hillel Foundation Tulane University Rurmz BERNICE KAGEN ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Matlaemalirr Reutha Accountancy Club RENA KAHN ........... ........... C bimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Evans Hall Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Three Men on a Horse" Wriglit Junior College Esrurs KASTEN .......,....,..... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Evans Hall Student Council, Hillel Foundation Wriglit Junior College fill -4" L. 'F 1 9 1 it-ll' ' 'NL 0 J' id Q N 4 if f.if"i , latex l A. .Milf N .f . 'll E1.AiNn KATZ . ....,.... ........... C bicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pqrbolagy Keeler House Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Ro- meo and Juliet" Northwestern University MARcn2 Louisr Krcic ....,....... Cbfmzpnigfr Journalism Adr'ci.'i.rir1g Gamma Phi Beta The Illio il, 21 JOHN GERARD KEELAN ,,...... Plllrbmgb, Pa. Engineering Elrfrtrirrll ,Exlgiwerizlg Sigma Alpha Epsilon Production Staff, "Christmas Jinks"g Navy V-I2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology BETTY ETHEL KEERAN ....... Gnmllmzd, Kan. Fine and Applied Arts Painting Presbyterian Hall Society of Illustratorsg Executive Council, XV,G.S. f21 5 Woman's League C21 Honors Day 12, 31 University of Colorado VIRGIANA MAx1Nrz KENEIPP ....,., Allendale Agriculture Hospital Dietetic: McKinley Hall Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicrong Spanish Club - Honors Day U, 21 ix ,+K"jiyfy:fj'5J'f" ESTHIER LEO . . .Edit Moline Education Englirlz Zeta Tau Alpha h Si ma Al ha lotag The llliq 1113 NVomen's Gfee Clug U, 415 University, Chorus 111: Illini Union, De artment of ar Service 12, 3 ,41, Director 831 g Cast, "Anything Goes", "Mirth of a Nation" 5 Production Sta , "Arms and the Man", "He Who Gets Shipped", "Pride and Prejudice"g C-17g WILL C413 Newman Club Augustana College MARGARET KESLING ......... Hammond, Ind. Journalism Editorial Alpha Chi Omega Theta Sigma Phig Concert Band O, 41 l Pro- duction Staff, "Anything Goes" Miami University DIANA Knvisn ......... , .......... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbolagy Tri-S Codre Fratres Association JACQUELINE ELANORE KIMBARK ....... Cirera Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Kappa Delta Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Eta, The Daily Illini 11, 213 W.A.A.g Cast, "Claudia"g Production Stall, "Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men on :I Horse"g WILL 121 KATHRYN ARMSTRONG KILIBLE ........ Henry Agriculture General Home Economics Four-H House Home Economics Club, The Agriculturist 11, 2, 31: W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Execu- tive Council, W.G.S. 131, Production Statl, "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth"g Student Council, University Baptist Church LAUIIA ELIZABETH KINDIIEIJ .... ..,.. B mini: Agriculture Home EL'01107IIlL'.l Four-H House Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicrong The Agriculturist 11, 2, 3, 41gW.A.A.g Uni- versity Chorus 121 JOY ZWICKY KING .......... .... C bimga Education Englirh Kappa Delta Pi Honors Day 131 Southern Illinois Normal University SAM SEYMOUR KING. ....... .... C himgff Journalism Editorial Granada Club Student Senate 121 3 The Daily Illini 12, 31, Editor 1413 Illini Veterans 131 Wriglxt Junior College MARX' DORIS KISNER ...............,. Curmi Liberal Arts and Sciences Sprmirb Leeman Lodge XV0l'I'1CI'l'S Glee Club 12, 51 3 University Chorus 12, 5, 41 XVilliam Woods College JEAN KI.nIN ....... ' ................ flmw-ri Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Kappa Delta: Psi Chi, Sigma Delta Pig XVomen's Glee Club 141 g Illini Union, Department of Public Ser- vice 12, 31 1 Production Staff, "Barchestcr Towers", "The XVarrior's Husbancl"g WILI. UU Honors Day 11, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key RICHARD TENNAN'l' KNIGHT .,.. Drawer, Cala. Commerce 11lamrgenm1r Lambda ClIi Alpha The Daily Illini 11, 21 ALICE GENE Koar-rr.nI1 .............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbalagy Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Board: Torchg Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta, Y.W.C.A. 131, Vice-Presi' dent 141g Psi Chi, Shi-Aig Production Stall, "Rope's End", "The XVomen", "La Boheme", "Heaven Can Wait", "Ruddigore" Honors Day 11, 2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key CAROL Konvxcrx ................,.. L1zMaille Liberal Arts and Sciences Nlatberzlatirr McKinley Hall Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta, W.A.A.g Star Course 121 Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key JEANNE Korono .................. Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Cagle Hall The Illio 1513 The Daily Illini 1413 First Council, Woman's League 13, 41 g Production Staff, "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Sor- cerer", "Three Men on Zl Horse" XVriglIt Junior College NANCX' Joyce KOLLMAN ......... Park Ridge Journalism Ad'l'El'fiJi7Ig Pi Beta Phi Mortar Boardg Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Tau Alpha 5 Theta Sigma Phi Q W.A.A.g Illini Union, Department of Public Service 12, 51, Director 141gWILL15, 41 Honors Day 11, Z, 31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key f SYLVIA'ELEANORIE KoI.I1 Jim I iberal A d Sci nglub P . rkffaaff f MW W Wflwryffcjn ANTHONY KoNs1'AN'r ........ ..... C lairago Engineering Civil Engifzeering A,S.C.E.g Chi Epsilong Sigma Tau, Tribe of Illini, Varsity Swimming Squad 151, Letter 441 Honors Day 111 Rrcmmo FRANCIS Kosonuo .... ,.... R iwrriile Commerce Iflrfzzrtiinl Arlflziflirtmliou Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psig The Daily Illini 1113 Varsity Tennis Squad 1213 Inter- fraternity Council 15, 413 WILL 141 Honors Day 121 RITA MAE KOWALSKI ........... Ckrlzmzer City Liberal Arts and Sciences zllalberlmrirr Trelawny Arepog Mask and Baubleg Senior Manager, Theatre Guild, Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Carmen", "Romeo and Juliet", "Rope's End", "The Skin of Our Teeth"g XVILL 12, 5, 41 lil ELAINE KOZLEII ..................... Cim-6 Eine and Applied Arts Architecture Alpha Gamma Delta LORAINI1 MARIAN Kimrc .... ...Cir-aw Education Hiriory Henry Hall Arepog Production Staff, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "The Male Animal", "Three Men on a Horse", "The WarIior's Husband", Newman Club Morton Junior College ANNE Karas .................... Bvllevilltf Fine and Applied Arts Arcbitecllzre Alpha Xi Delta Mask and Baubleg Shi-Ai, The Illio C113 Production StaE, "Arms and the Man", "Claudia", "The Male Animal", "Pride and "Prejudice", "Romeo and Julietn EDXVARD Kanjcr .................. LaGr-:mga Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic: Alpha Tau Omega Interfraternity Council 13, 41 g Illini Veterans Duke University NORTON FRANK KRISTY ..........,. Cbimgfr Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Kappa Psi, Pierrotg Psi Chi, Illini Union, Department of Special Events 1315 Cast, "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth"g WILL 13, 41 Honors Day 121 Woodrow Wilson College WILLIAM Krturzoan, Jn. ...,......... Chicago Physical Education Plyyrical Education Tau Kappa Epsilon IRENE MARY KRULL ..,.............. Mazon Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Derign Sager House Society of Illustrators, Newman Club Honors Day 111 Tom CHARLES Kuaeuus. . . . .. .Keufzurve Commerce Pre-Lrzru Wenatchee Sachem, President, M.I.W.A. 141 g Vice-Presi- dent, Junior Class, Accountancy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Rho, Junior Bar Association, Chairman, junior Prom, Inde- pendent Council fl, 2, 3, 419 Illini Union Board 43, 415 Debate Team fl, 2, 41 62 I l fv- I L4 I , I ' i i .., , AJL L i ' - -as-h. k2?f1Q"'fifQ Q ra ..x L., PAUL KUWAHAILA ................. Chicago Engineering Mechanical Errgifzeering A.S.M.E.g Pi Tau Sigma Wfilson junior College MYRON KEITH LAKIN ............ Springfield Engineering Civil Eflgineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.C.E.g Concert Band 131: Cheer Leader l-41 Springheld Junior College MARX' ALICE LAMIAERT ........... Mt. Cm-me! Liberal Arts and Sciences English Welslw House Mortar Board, Torch, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Senior Business Manager, Illini Theater Guild: Arepog Mask and Baubleg Star Course f21g Production Staff, "He Who Gets Sla ped", "The Male Ani- mal", "Romeo and ijulietn, "Three Men on a Horse", "Twelfth Night" Honors Day fl, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key CAROL FELECIA LANDAU ....... Derroif, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Alpha Epsilon Phi XV.A.A.g Pan-Hellenic Council 121 Rrci-man LANDIES ........... Linle Rock, Ark. Eine and Applied Arts Muric Concert Band M13 Men's Glee Club C115 University Orchestra f31g University Chorus U1 Honors Day Q11 University of Arkansas PATRICIA LANDIS ......... Birmingham, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma The Illio 111 g The Daily Illini Q11 g XV.A.A.g First Council, Woman's League 111 XVILMIA LANDIS . ,..... ............. U rbmza Agriculture Home Ecanumicr Erlncalian HnrtMAN LANDON .,.. .... C bicago Commerce Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ma-Wan'Dag Sachemg Accountancy Clubg Band of X3 Skull and Crescent, The Illio fl, 2, 31, General Manager Q41 3 Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigade BARBARA LANRY ....,................ Salem Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbeminry Busey Hall Wlebster College Dorus EILIEIEN LARsoN .....,. ,... E rmirmu journalism Eclilofial Locke Manor First Council, Won1an's League Q31 BARBARA MARTIN LATHAM ........ Cbmujmign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Kappa Alpha Theta Zeta Phi Etag W.A.A.g Womarfs League Q21 National Park College MARY LAWSON .........,.. . .Demmr Commerce Accoznzlnncy Lf' Zeta Tau Alpha Accountancy Club W' James Miuxkin University My - ALBERT CLAUDE LRAC1-r ............. Alanonn Fine and Applied Arts Muric .ElfllL'!Ili0II Sigma Pi Concert Band 141g lst Regimental Band fl, 2, 31g Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 3, 415 Uni- versity Orchestra f2, 3, 41 5 University Chorus fl, 2, 3, 41 3 Cast, "Carmen" Ronnm' LRBIN ....... , ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclmlogy Morgan Park junior College ELEANOR ANN LEFEVER ..... .... A lilmine Agriculture Home Ecafmmicr McKinley Hall W.A.A.g Women's Glee Club KZ, 3, 41 HRLRN Loursn LEIPOLD ..... .. ..0lIrlll.I Journalism Adzfeflirilzg Busey Hall The Daily Illini CS, 41 Knox College RURY Lnrrncrcn ................... Harvard Agriculture Horpital Dieteticr ' McKinley Hall XV.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Home Econom- ics Club GLORIA LEMPERT .................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Dannond Hall Der Deutsche Vereing Illini Union Board, De- partment of Special Events 431 g Senior Coun- cil, Hillel Foundation Dororuas LEPPLA ..........,. .... C bicczgo Agriculture Home Economic: Stratford House Terrapin 13, 41 g Production Cast, "Three Men on a Horse" Xvright Junior College BERTRAM Lrzvm' ......... Farmingdale, N. Y. Engineering Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon A.S.C.E.g Tribe of Illinig Varsity Tennis Squad Q11, Letter 1213 Navy V-12 FLORRNCR LIEVIN ............. Cbicaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacleriology Busey Hall Wilson junior College RUTH LEVIN ................ ..... C bicngo journalism Adver!i.fing Busey Hall The Daily Illini C41 Wriglrt junior College SAUL LEVIN ................ ..,.. C bicago Commerce Accoluziing Accountancy Club SEYMOUR LIEVINE ............ ..... C bicago Engineering Mechanical Erlgineering Pi Mu Epsilong Pi Tau Sigmag Sigma Tau Honors Day 111 63 Q I I l I I I l l Donrs Levy .................... Lima, Obia Commerce Perrormel Management Alpha Epsilon Phi Mortar Board, Torchg The Illio fl, 2, 513 Associate Business Manager 1415 Vice-Presi- dent, Senior Class, Shi-Aig Illini Union, De- partment of War Service fl, 21 Honors Day C31 ELEONOIUE PHvLI.Is Levy .,...,.,.... Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Evans Hall Psi Chi Morton junior College JEAN LEWIS ..,......,........... Herrmmz Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Star Course Q3, 415 Student Council, Mc- Kinley Founclationg Student Religious Council C41 Blackburn College MARGARET ANN Lewis ........... Harrirbnrg Education Afalbemfzficr Delta Delta Delta Mortar Board, Torchg Kappa Delta Pig Pi Mu Epsilong The Illio fl, 2, 51: Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 413 Star Course 121g Univer- sity Orchestra l11 3 Cast, "La Boheme" RUTH LORENA LENVIS ............... Arblnml Liberal Arts and Sciences Erlglirb Leeman Lodge Torchg Senior Manager, Illini Theater Guildg Arepog Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Etag Ex- ecutive Council, W.G.S. f31g Cast, "Pride and Prejudice", Student Council, Disciples Foundation Q21 Honors Day CZ, 31 GLORIA LIEHERMAN ......,........ Aflomenn' Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlary Keeler House The Daily Illini fl, 21 9 Tom-Tom Q31 g Stu- dent Council, Hillel Foundation Mrrnarzn KATI-IRYN LINDSAY ....... Lexiugfwz journalism Editorial Presbyterian Hall Theta Sigma Phi JANE LINosI.I3x' .................... Claimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Alpha Gamma Delta The Daily Illini U15 Illini Union, Depart- ment of XVar Service f31g Production Staif, "Arms and the Man", "I-Ie Wlho Gets Slappc-rl" 64 I , I tr! 1 'rl iw g Il me I l ARL!-UNB LINTON ........... ..,. it Inywaod Education French Sigma Delta Tau Illini Union, Department of XVar Service fl, 2, 31 ELAINE Rurrr LIPKIN ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Ivy House Alpha Kappa Detlag Psi Chi Wilson junior Collegeg University of Wis- COUSIU JOAN RALSTON LIPPINCOTT ......... Rockford Fine and Applied Arts Izzrzivrlrial Design Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Lambda Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council 151, President 141, Student Senate 1415 So- ciety ot Illustratorsg The Illio 111, XV.A.A. Production Staff, "Anything Goes" Honors Day fl, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key GEORGE HERBERT' Lrroxv ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Laru Phi Epsilon Pi The Daily Illini 111: Star Course Q21 Wfright Junior College ISAAC LI'rI'LI2 ............... .. . . .Claimga Commerce Acrornzfanry Kappa Alpha Psi Accountancy Club, Production Stafif, "Three Men on a Horse" Wilson Junior College MARY JANE LITTLE ........... Toledo, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlofy Chi Omega Torch: Spanish Club: The Illio 12, 31 3 The Daily Illini C21 5 Production Staff, "The Male Animal", "Three Men On A Horse" DePauw University Roulzm' Loxvnu. LITVIN ....... ..... C bimgo Engineering Civil Elzgirlecfriflg Sigma Alpha Mu Purdue University MARJORIE FLORINE Lorrrus ........ Roreaille Agriculture Home Ecmrozflirr-Dieietirs McKinley Hall Phi Upsilon Omicrong W.A.A. Honors Day H1 MELVIN EUGENE LONG .... New Viemm, Oliif- Engineering Mecbanical Engineering A.S.M.E.g The Technograph 125, Editor Q53 1 Navy V-12 Wlilmington College Rim CA1'HnruN1a LORIENZ ........,. Oak Pmk Fine and Applied Arts Ari Edumiian Zeta Tau Alpha Illini Union, Department nf Dances HJ 5 Newman Club Rosary College JUNE RUTH Lo'rz ................. Enumwi Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Omicron Pi The lllio fl, Zlg Pan-Hellenic Council Ol: Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet f3, 41 Paiiucra ANN LoucH ...,........... Almion Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirrry Alpha Delta Pi Christian College RUTH Lovmaass ...,....... Eiiglerroofl, N. j. Commerce Arrozmranry Alpha Xi Delta Accountancy Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council C21 C Illini Union, Department of Special Affairs CZ, 3, dl Honors Day Q31 TTAMONA Mamie Lurrngxo .i......... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirb Mcnscn Manor Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club LIARILYN Lucas .,....... ,...... . . .Clvirinw Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau Cast, "Mirth nf a Nation" Turaononn Lucm' ..........,, Sl. Lonir, Mn. Engineering Civil Efzgiueering Sigma Nu A,S.C.E.g Cheer Leader 1-il 3 Navy V-12 ae ,X ' r-,wwf . if .ef -i, . I, if qv! .,jg-Xi: A MW, ii Ei.1aaNoa ANN LUKENS ...... .... C bimgn Education Ellgllfb Delta Delta Delta Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: Arepo: Musk and Baubleg The Illio fllg Tom-Tom GJ, Star Course 123, Production Staff, "Bar- chester Towers", "Claudia", "Romeo and Juliet", "Twelfth Night", "The XVomen" Honors Day fl, 55 Mzuufw LUMP1-:IN ......... Journalism Editorial . .. .Clsirrrgo Evans Hall Independent Council C31 Morgan Park junior College Faro EDWIN Lux ...... ....,......., B email! Engineering ElE!'l1'lt'zIl El7gil7L'?I'iI1g A.l.E.E. Millikin University Maru' KA'l'l-IARINIZ LYNN ........... Ilurlafowl Fine and Applied Arts Commevrinl Art Alpha Gamma Delta The Daily Illini HJ MYm.iz EVIZLYN Maacic ............. Claimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Pxjrbology Alpha Omicron Pi Dorcorirv Mamfi. .........,........ DeKalb Liberal Arts and Sciences Ecouamirr Keeler House XV.A.A.1 First Council, W'oman's League MJ hiiinx' JANE IWACDONALD ........, Spf-iughclil Liberal Arts and Sciences Poliliml SL'lI'71!'F Presbyterian Hall Honors Day lil Springlield junior College MARGArua'r MACLAIUEN ...... ..... C bimga journalism Ad rerlirizz g Stonehaven Wfright junior College HAROLD WAYNE MADDUX.,.K1llI,I:1.f City, Ma, Engineering Elecfrical Engineering Sigma Chi Kansas City Junior College ANNABITI. Ersrn MAHLIER ....... .. .Cbirwggfi Agriculture Home Emnomiar McKinley Hall EDNVARD DAVID MANN ........... .. .G'leurue Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic: Zeta Beta Tau The Daily Illini 111 5 Tom-Tom 13, 41 : Piu- duction Staff, "Anything Goes"g Illini Vet' erans South Dakota State College MONA RAY MANN ...... . .. .. .Kimkffkre Education Plsyximl Education Gamma Phi Beta W.A.A.g Terraping Illini Union, Department of Recreation f2, 59 Wn.I.IAM EDXVARD MANN ..... Higblffml Pm-,le Engineering Electrical Erzgiizeeriug Chi Phi Eta Kappa Nug Tribe of Illinig Varsity Swim- ming Letter U, 21, Captain 131: Production Staff, "Christmas jinl:s"g Navy Chnirg Navy V-12 RALPH MANRING ...... ...,....... B el!eI'il!I.' Liberal Arts and Sciences Cl1e111i.I'tI'y Theta Xi XVashington University NANCY Mfincus ............. Sl. Pfml, Minn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbalogy Alpha Epsilon Phi Psi Chi: The Daily Illini 4,51 3 Tom-Tom C31 Monticello College BERNARD VINCENT IVIARTIN. ..ltf'r1lfmlc, Aifnzr. Liberal Arts and Sciences Poliliczll Sciezlcr' Phi Kappa Boston College 66 , ,v-ff 1 I r'I-W 'gi' I Ik 5 2. W It I, - Xt 3:2144 I I I I if vil -1 I I ,I-I- J 'Q' ' I as i I Tie' ln , I . . W' BERNICE MARTIN .............., Monticello Agriculture Home Eronamirr Nickell Lodge Home Economics Club MIc1aIAI1I. MARTUS ......... New York, N. Y, Engineering Merbaniml Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Tau: A.S.M,E.g The Technograph IZ, 51, Associate Editor 1415 Navy V-12 Antioch College RENIEE IWARUSZCZAK ............,.. Claimgv Liberal Arts and Sciences Hi.rlary Evans Hall Alpha Pi Delta: W.A.A.g Illini Union, De- partment of Public Service 12, 3, 41 Honors Day 42, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Rosary College LANE Hicics MASHAW ....... l.EIl'i.l'I'fllE, Arla. Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma Chi Epsilong Concert Band C511 Navy V-12 Tulane University CoNsTANcE JUNE MA'I"FIESON. . . . . Wm Union Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech XV,A.A. St. Mary-of-the-Woodsg University of Wis- consin VIRGINIA MAUNEY .......... ,. .Normal Commerce Ad'I'erzi.ring Pi Beta Phi Torchg Phi Chi Thetag The Daily Illini Cl, 21, Business Manager 151 MARX' Am5I.INn MAl,ISHAK .....,,... Ilirlffllgn Commerce Conimerfial Teaching Eour'H I-Iouse Mortar Boardg Torchg Student Senate C512 Phi Chi Thetag Independent Council 15, -41, Executive Council, W.G.S. 13, 413 First Council, XVoman's League 13, 415 Illini Union, Department of Public Service 43, -I1 Honors Day 12, 51 PATRICIA JEAN MAY ................ Cbimgo Fine and Applied Arts Art Edunifion Delta Gamma Society of Illustratorsg Panel-Iellenic Council 121 g University Chorus 12, 41 University of Chicago ELISANOR MCCABB .........,.... Maple Pork Agriculture Home Emnomirr Forest Hall Home Economics Clubg Newman Club Northern Illinois State Teachers College JAMES Rouurcr MCCARTPIY .......... Chicago Engineering Elerlriml Ezzgineering Sigma Chi A.I.E.E,g Cast, "Anything Goes", "The Sor- cerer", "Christmas jinks"g Navy Choir Q53 3 Navy V-I2 Roulam' MCCARTHY , ..... ...,. L im-olu Law Lau' Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Phig Varsity Football Letter Q-Up Cast, "Guest in the I'louse"g Illini Veterans Lincoln junior College: Santa Rosa College: University of Kansas BrLr.Irs JANE MCCRAY ....... .... C himgo Education Elemmilary Erinculion La Treinta Alpha Kappa Delta George Williams College Berry JEAN McCnnAm' ..... .. .llveldou Education Commerce Petite Maison Accountancy Club Illinois State Normal University CATHERINE lVfCGINNlS .... , . . .... Jolie: Commerce illnmzgemwzl Mcnscn Manor Phi Chi Theta 15, -ll 3 Newman Club: Inde- pendent Council till joliet junior College MAXINE McG1NNis ...........,..... Dixon Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfznuixb Wfclsh House Spanish Club -IEANNI2 KADYK MCGOVERN ......... Chicago Commerce Pelzrmmel lllormgerzlefzl Kappa Delta XV.A.A,g Accounting Club Q5 ...L 'E ul 5' 's VIVIAN McHA'r'r0N .............., Fair-bury Liberal Arts and Sciences Sariology mn! P.iyclmlogy Leeman Lodge I Illini Union, Department of Recreation 121 SHIRLEY JEAN lVlCKAY .....,. .... C bimgo Agriculture Hospital Dielelfrr McKinley Hall llome Economics Club: XV.A.A.3 Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Wilson College Ronnnr Bnucn MCKINSTRY, Kerllleil Sqll.'II'L'. Po. Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pig Arepog A.I.E.E.g Concert Band 15, -lj g Cast, "Anything Goes", "I-I.M.S. Pinafore", "The Sorcerer"g Navy Choir GJ 3 Navy V-12 Honors Day 133 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Suinriiv MCMAHON ............. IVaukegf1n Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Kappa Deltag Student Council, Mc- Kinley Foundation KATHRYN ROBERTA MCMII.LAN ...... Alzualer Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Mensen Manor Blackburn College RUTH MEDENDORP ,............. Welliugfou Liberal Arts and Sciences Pqrboloygy Evans Hall Tort MEELAND ...,.......,.. Brooklyn. N. Y, Physical Education Pbjrfcnl .Erflzrrzriml Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescentg Dolphinsg Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Varsity Swimming Letter IZ, 31: Varsity Swimming Squad I-U3 lnterfraternity Coun- cil KSJ JUNE MARIAN Mmins ........,.. Bloomiuglon Liberal Arts and Sciences Polirinzl Science Theta Upsilon Spanish Club Illinois Wesleyan University Maru LYN ME Lom' ..,...... ..... T urralu Education sflzlflffb Alpha Xi Delta Pan-Hellenic Council 13, -il: First Council 13, -ll , JEAN MEruu1f11z1.u .... ...,.......... U :harm Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alcestis Beloit College Vmnmm Max' Mizrztsiart ,..,.,.... Plymonlb Liberal Arts and Sciences Sorialagy Brentwood Manor Alpha Pi Delta Wfilliam XVootls College Mrrzl Donorm' lYlIiURlSS1E .,....... Clvimgn Liberal Arts antl Sciences 311.-nzirb Alpha Chi Omega The Daily Illini 1153 XV.A.A. EVIELYN Mu.c1:zNY . ....... ..... , .,Cbirugu Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Busey Hall Herzl junior College Cxarlisrn RAE lNl1Ll.lilt ........... Dar l'laiuur Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Omicron Pi Honors Day 1?vl Miaum Arlen Mll.l.lill .....,......... Snlull Liberal Arts and Sciences .Yorialogy Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Delta: Star Course 12, Sl Honors 117 Rurri ELLEN Micriza. ..,........ Bm-riugmu Fine and Applied Arts C07lIIllE'l'l'ill1 Art Alpha Phi Society of Illustrators ff I' ,Q 'W' in Q n JP Wvuaarrosiz IVIILLIEIK .............. Dwtrmr Liberal Arts and Sciences Hi.rIary Sigma Delta Tau The Daily Illini 11, 2, 31 3 XVoman's League 115 3 Star Course 123 3 University Chorus 1553 Cast, "Anything Goes", "Iolanthe"g Production Staff, "Mirth of a Nation", "Out of the Frying Pan" Niavfx l.LlCIl,l.IE lX'llNlill ........... Cbnmfmigu Fine and Applied Arts Mnrir E:l1rmlioa1 Sigma Alpha Iota: XVomen's Glee Club 12, 3, 45: University Chorus 141, Cast, "The Roclt"g Student Council, University Baptist Foundation SIEIQNA Mrxrcus ...... ,............ I fbimgv Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Phi Sigma Sigma Alpha Kappa Delta, Psi Chi: Tom-Tom 131 5 Illini Union, Department of Public Service 12, 575 Production Staff, "Ropes End", "Ruddigore", "The XVomen" , Rorsnrrr SAMUEL MINOR.. ........ Oak Pm-.6 journalism Erlilarifll Cosmopolitan Club Maskgand Baubleg Pierrotsg Interfraternity Council 141: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 12, ESD, Illini Union, Department of Special Events 1471 Senior Manager, Illini Theatre Guildg PPOSIUCUUU Staff, "Guest in the House", 'King Lear", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men on a Horse" Lir.i.iaN DOROTHY Misius ..,....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sbeccb The Daily Illini 123: XV.A.A.g Production Stall, "Carmen", "Rope's End", "The XVomen": XVILL 11, 2, 31 l'llEl.lEN Mrrcmir. .,.,........... Chiu-lation Commerce Collllzlwrrfrll Tr'rlr'bi11g Delta Zeta A Accountancy Club: Phi Chi Theta: The Illin 121 Eastern Illinois Stale Teachers College Maru' lEi.i.1zN Ivirrcnma, ....,.......... Zion Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Beta House Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Kappa Deltag Psi Chi, XV.A.A.g XVomen's Glee Club 111 Honors Day 11, 21 Doms Morrm' ...,............ Greenville Agriculture General Home .Economics Four-H House Home Economics Club: Rural Life Clubg Concert Band 13, 43 Greenville College Luau Morxrz ................ .... C biriugu Agriculture llosjrilal Diefelicr Keeler Kottage Klub Lewis Institute of Technology CHfuu.1zs Diana Moomz ........ Pemllrmn, Om. Engineering Civil Engineerirzg Sigma Chi Cast, "Christmas Jinx"g Navy V-12 University of Minnesota Mnanrri, Dania Moorui ...,... flrlingmu, Va. Engineering illecbmziml E-IIgilII'K'7i7l.2 Sigma Chi Sachemg Tribe of Illinig Varsity Swimming Letter 13, 413 Navy Choir Ol: Cast, "Christmas Jinx", "I-I.M,S. Pinaforenz Navy V-12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ivimmnr JIILIANA lVl0IlGAN ............ Calm Liberal Arts and Sciences Srlcirllngy Four-I-I House Cornell College Es'rHl2a Moruaav ...............,... Quincy Liberal Arts anal Sciences Englirlv Iivans I-Iall First Council, XVoman's League itll Quincy College Ivlaajonx' Rtrrri Moruaav ...... ...... Q nimy Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh lgvans Hall Quincy College, University of Iowa XVILLIAM Moruus ....... Willifmzrbnrg, Vu. Law 1.1110 Beta Theta Pi Delta Iota Tau: Phi Delta Phig Sigma Tau Gammag The Daily Illini 155 College of Wlilliam and Maryg University ot' Virginia Rorimvr Mosnonc .......... . . .DeKalb Engineering Civil Ezrgilwering Triangle Tau Beta Pig A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilon Honors Day 153 Joliet junior College L... SvLvm Moseoxvrrz ..... lJl1fI'L'l'.filjl Cily, Ma. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Keeler House XV.A.A. University of XVisconsin Cluanrvs juxia Mossel: ........... Cbrrzzljmigfr Education Alllrii' University Orchestra 133: Pronluction Stall, "The Sorcerer" Northwestern University Ariel: BU'rr.rirt AIO'I'Tl.lEY ...... Rffbnffry, N. 1. Commerce zllrzflugerllt in Accountancy Clubg The Daily Illini U11 Illini Union, Department of Dances I-U Union junior College Marius IYIUIEHRCKIZ ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences rllrllbellirllicr l.a 'I"reinta Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet CSI Ilonors Day 131 Wfriitlit junior College Wu.t.mM ARNOLD Murviw, S1111 Luke Cily, Umb Engineering I5lc'ctrirnl .El1ALjilIL'l"l'iIJ'g Sigma Chi Navy V-12 University of Minnesota l2lu'rH Muzsxs ...,.,............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences P.v4j'r'l1l1l0.1U' Delta Delta Delta Coe College ll'IIlIIAIlA Car4or.YN Mulufltv ........ Erfm,imn Liberal Arts and Sciences Payclvolagy Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Chi Thetag The lllio fl, 253 The Daily Illini i313 XV.A.A. Star Course Cl ES'I'HIiR NrNTHAN ........... ....... C bimgu Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Soriology Brandeis Hall XV,A.A.g Illini Union, Department ot' Public Service C415 Production Staff, "The Male Animal" Wfilson junior College iv Nl S PHY1.i.1s Amare Naruaxsox ......,. Claimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Pwrbalnlgy Delano Hall Psi Chig Orchesisg Student Council, Hillel Foundation North Park Junior College JCISIiPHINIi ARLENE Nizmuaciza ...... Cbimlqn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Keller House XV.A.A.3 Production Statl, "l-le XVho Gets Slappedn, "Rucldigore"g Student Council, Hillel Foundation University of Wfisconsin CHARLES Nizrsox ........... ,... C hiring, Agriculture Gr'uui'r1l flgrir'l1lllrrr' Zeta Psi Pershing Rifles: Interfraternity Council IZ. 3, 411 Cast, "Anything Goes", "The Mirtli ot' a Nation" I.UCll.LIZ Nl2l.soN .........,. .... C himgfi Liberal Arts and Sciences P.r5rbalogj Brentwood Manor Psi Chip First Council, XVon1ao's League I-lj Wlright junior College FRANCES ELIZABITFI-I NICKOl.l.S, 1llelr'0.i'e. Alrlrr. Liberal Arts and Sciences S0r'if1lngj' Chi Omega Hunmvr XVILLIAM Niiaamx ,... .,.. I Jerri-ai-fl Engineering Ciwil Er1,qi1fr'c1.11 Sigma Phi Delta Luviiam Nwia ,..........,,. .,.1ll1. Crlliuff ,lournaliszn Nvzzu 1111.1 Eflflorfnl Alpha Delta Pi The Daily Illini fl, Z, 311 Tom-Tom HIL Production Stalf, "Heaven Can XVait" 4 Mimaisn Iiufwra Norma ......,.,..... Cflviifign N Liberal Arts and Sciences , .S'fmui.rb , ' ' Stratford House Arepog Mask and Baubleg XV.A.A. : XVomen's Glee Club I-U 3 Protluction Statf, "B:irchester Towers", "The Male Animal", Romeo and my Juliet", "The Skin ol' Our Teeth", "The N Sorcerer" ima W -fl Was- I 'I i. - . 'l l l l Doius Nonmn ..................... Dixafz Liberal Arts and Sciences I Englirb The Daily Illini 12, 59 LIARGARET PATRICIA NOONAN ..,... ..LaSulle journalism Editorial Forest Hall Concert Band C3, 45 LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior College Baumann Nusmoxv ....,... . .. .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zaologj' Tau Delta Phi Omega Beta Pig Interfraternity Council Q21 RUTH ANN Ooisrt ....... ...Urbana Education Elenzezmzry Gamma Phi Beta Star Course KZJ 5 Illini Union, Department of Special Events CZ, 51 Mirsuw Ooawa .,................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology University of California James Man Ornarcn ..,...... Ear: Sr. lumix Liberal Arts and Sciences Erofmrzziur McKinley Hall Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Span- ish Clubg The Daily Illini ill: W.A.A.g Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet 131 g Production Staff, "The Warrior's Husband" Honors Day Q21 jacouizuwrz OLSON ............... Clrimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sflllflfjb Chi Omega Star Course HJ 3 Spanish Club PEGGY O'NElL ............ . . . . ,.HflII1Ef journalism Erlilorial Presbyterian Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini il, 213 Production Staff, "H.M.S. Pinaforen, "Claudia" Honors Day fl, 21 ALLEN Ivizs Oamsurse ....... Alexandria, Va. Engineering Aeronaufiml Engineering Son's Home Sigma Tau, The Technograph L41 Honors Day Gy New Mexico State Teachers' College Ros12Li,n Osorv ..........,... Omaha, Nab. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Lambda Delta, Shi-Ai, The Daily Illini ill, Pan-Hellenic Council I-H, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 145, Star Course 125, Illini Union, Department of Public Service ll. 33 Honors Day 121 .ELIZAIHIETH Oviuisaa' ......,..,..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zanlagy XVriglit junior College ALAINE Panlcia ..,..... . .......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Brentwood Manor Newman Club XVright junior College INA RUTH PALMAN ........ ..... C biraga Education Englirb lvria Illini Union, Department of XVar Service KZ, 3, all, Student Council, Hillel Founda- tion xVll.DA IEILEEN PALMER .....,, Eau Sl. l,o1ii.r Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Gamma Delta Cast, "Guest in the House", Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", Ro- meo and Juliet", "Twelfth Night" RONALD HUGH PARKER .... Sarmmerzfo, Calif. Civil Engineering Civil Eugineeririg Sigma Chi A,S.C.E. Bi5'r'rY PAnr4o'r'r ................ Villa Park Commerce Mrnmgement Stonchaven Phi Chi Theta, First Council, XVomen'5 League Q41 Elmhurst College v iftxw img, 'fi' E.-1, .V X? .: 131- C Li, .-., Y K S Murui2L Hope Pamw ..... New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences G'eography Terrapin Columbia University, University of Colo- rado, University of Wisconsin, University of Vermont, University of New Hampshire Mamox Parrmzsox . ............, Swan re Journalism KX Arlr ertl.f11 D Zeta Tau Alpha Q - Sliiflkiiigifeggni ouncil I2 ' TQ4W.C,A. C blrib i Klorthern Illin Stag: eachers ,ollegbx Q, A N51 ff? I-Imam' Pismsasierv ...,.......... Lynn, Marr. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi: 'X , Oda DQS X f X NG O ag, O 6 ,QQ 5 od X A.S.M.E., Gamma Delta, Navy V-12 Mimi Pmxrsicn ........ .... .... Chicago journalism fldl't'1'fi.iill4l: Stratford House Production Staff, "Barchcster Towers" San jose State College Maruim PERKINS ,.............. Mauiirella Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Sager House Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pi, Pro- duction Staff, "The Male Animal", Wlesley Foundation Student Council C2, 5, 41 Honors Day ll, 21 JOANN Panama ........... I ...... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Chi Omega Mortar Board, Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Senate Q41 , Arepo, Mask and Bauble, Pi Delta Phi, The Daily Illini ill, .Senior Manager, Illini Theater Guild, Chairman, Theater Guild Board, Production Staff, "King Lear", "The Male Animal", Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men on a Horse", Student Affairs Audit and Supervision Committee I h . Honors Day fl, 2, 31, University of Illinois Scholarship Key joins EARL Pnmuxo ...... , ..... IIf,'ayi1m'illu Agriculture V0fdli0!1d1 Agrifullizre Agriculture Club: Rural Life Club Illinois State Normal University 1-Iaanrm' Norma Piaaiw, ............ Pfimilmr Commerce C07I1llIE'?'l'i!I1 Ylfllfbjllg Accountancy Club J I r PHvLi.ls PIESKIND .......... .... B elleuille GFORGI, PINS Nokomif L14 . . ..... h .... : ........ . . Lolumz, 'fm Englneerlng ue- 1 . . , 1 ' U rg Elerfrrml Engineering Sigma Delta Tau Sigma Delta Pig Theta Sigma Phig The Illio 121g The Daily Illini 111 XVashington University KATHRYN Lnworua Piaiisasiaw .... . . .flrbkmu Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiitory Zeta Tau Alpha Illini Union, Department of Dances 13, -511 Newman Club 13, 41 College of St. Francis Wnssrm' Euoiama Percasom .......... Iffmm Commerce ACf0llIlldIIfy mul Mmzrrgzwlezlr Wenatchee Sachemg Alpha Kappa Psig Independent Coun- cil 13, 413 Illini Board of Control 13, 41 Honors Day 11, 21 MARY Arrclf Pifiaiiflfizli ........, Erlrmnlrrille Liberal Arts and Sciences Prjfvbolagj' Busey Hall Psi Chig The Illio 111: University Chorus 1413 Production Stall, "Heaven Can Wait", "He Who Gets Slappccln, "Rutldigorc" Honors Day 121 Roanirr Pumps ....... .. . . . , . ,Efm Sr. I.n11i,i Liberal Arts and Sciences Clnemiml .Engineering MavWan-Dag Phi Eta Sigmag Tribe of Illini: Varsity Track Letter 11, 2, 31 1 Varsity Track Captain 141 Honors Day 11, 21 ELEANOR Prc:K1a'i"r ........ Sl. Pelurrburg, Fin. Liberal Arts and Sciences SIIIIIILFI1 Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Aig Sigma Delta Pig The Illio 11, 2, 31, Business Manager 141: Pan-Hellenic Council 12, 313 Star Course 121 Honors Day 11, 31 M,u,coi.M Picxmr ju. ..... .... I Itll'hU.fIl'l Engineering Civil Ellgineerirrg fbi Epsilon: Tau Beta Pig Sigma 'I'aug Navv V-If' Illinois Institue of Technology Rrcufuzn Iomvsoiv Pnzasor. ........ Kfrzrimlwn Engineering Alerbmiiml Ezzgizzeertifryrg Alpha Kappa Lambda Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E.: Inlerfraternity Council 1513 Concert Band 11, 2. 3. 415 Men's Glee Club 121 Q Navy Choir 151 6 emi - iff -az, i nh, 1 1 l 4 Phi Delta Theta Varsity XVrestling Squad 1213 Navy V-12 ALMA Svrvm PrTzi31.iz ............ . .Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Spmrirb Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Club Lucirrn Puzsiz ...,............. Wilmingfan Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Petite Maison I.lICIl.l.IE Diaxrxx' POILKLINGTON ..,. Cmlinzfille Agriculture Gefzeral Hume Ecoflomicr Achaea The Agricultuxist 141 3 Rural Life Club Blackburn College Dorus Porfrizxlaaaciin .,...... . . .Benton Education General Edumliofz Southern Illinois Normal University Mancaarrr Povia .......... ........ L aG1vmge Liberal Arts and Sciences P.ryrbo1ogy Delta Gamma Alpha Lambda Deltag Psi Chig The Illio 111 5 Tom-Tom 151g Pan-Hellenic Council 12, 51 Honors Day 11, 21 IL3ciE'r'1'i2 POXY'IEI.I. ,......... ..... P ark Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Pwrholagy Delta Delta Delta The Illio 121 DePauw University RUTH IJOIITITRFIIELD Pruritiina ........ Murdock Journalism Przblirbirzg Delta Delta Delta Mask and Baubleg Theta Sigma Phig XV.A.A.g Illini Union, Department of Recreation 1313 Cast, "Heaven Can Wait"g Production Staff, "Kiss the Boys Goodbye", "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End", "The XVomen" I WILMA PRATT .............. .... U rbfzna josiavn RM-israv .......,....... I.inrol:irrfuu.l Commerce Commerce AfC0llI1l1IPlfj' 1 , E Ez'armmir'.r Alpha Phi ' ' Sigma Pi Beta Gamma Sigma: Accountancy Club, Phi Chi Theta Honors Day 11, 2, 31: University ol' Illinois Scholarship Key BARHAM ANN Pluciz ......,...,. l1llI1lU1!'HfJ.l Agriculture Horpiml Diuleliigi Onondaga Independent Council 1511 Executive Council, XV.G.S. 1413 Production Stall, "Barchester Towers". Bradley Polytechnic Institute Hiram Puon ,, ............. ..... 1 lla:-ri.. Education Hirmry Cagle Hall ' XVomen's Glee Club 111 Roomrr Pnuiiri' Pumuifksow, Rocbzufer. Alillll. Engineering Civil Eflgilifflfllg A.S.C.E,: Navy V-12 University of Minnesota FLOSSIIZ PUNKH ...,....... .. .Hcrrrber Education Music Busey Hall Gamma Deltag Der Deutsche Verein: Sigma Alpha Iotag Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 15, 41 3 Woni- en's Glec Club 15, -I1 1 University Chorus 15, 41 1 Production Staff, "Claudia", "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband"- Donoruv Puricisrr ................ Sfrefrmr Liberal Arts and Sciences 1 Ellgliih Chi Omega Pan-Hellenic Council 121 Honors Day 12, 31 Rosary College Gmovs HELEN Quuvrv ....... 'I'rmmn, N. I. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cl:w11i.r1ry Iota Sigma Pig Der Deutsche Vereiu Albright College ' XYIILLIAM fII.AlllENCli Raina ...,.. Tull-riff, Ohio Engineering Alerbflniml lixigincw-ifrg A.S.M.E.: Navy V-12 University of Toledog Xvestern State 'leach- ers' Collegeg University of Notre Dame I, 5 ,, 1 lst? W V , Alpha Kappa Psi Maine Township junior College DOROTHY ANN RAMSIEYIZR ...... Bloomiizglon Liberal Arts and Sciences 1:l'0I1l'b Kappa Kappa Gamma Production Stall, "Three Men on a Horse" Chicago Art Institute, Illinois Wesley.in University S'I'ANI.IZY RANIEY .......... ,... .... I Z orburler Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Nu Cheerleader 13, 41 3 Second Regimental Band 1113 Navy V-12 llonors Day 131 BERNICI2 RAN2: .................... 'l':-vfltfui Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryribolagjr Evans Hall Phi Beta Kappa 4 Alpha Kappa Delta 5 Psi Chig Concert Band 141 g Student Council, University Baptist Churchg Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth" Shurtlell' College Louis RA'rHmvr ................... Red Burl Liberal Arts and Sciences Poliliml Sciwlce INIARY ELLEN Rmriuow ,............ Delamn Agriculture G'H7L'I'tll Home Ef0lI07lIiL'.f Alpha Delta Pi The Illio 13, 415 Production Staff, "Bar- chester Towers", "Romeo and Juliet", "War- rior's Husbandng Home Economics Club: Newman Club St. Mary-of-the-Woods: Illinois State Nor- mal University JEANNI1 Maru' Rmzu ....,.......... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Kappa Kappa Gamma Zeta Phi Eta: Newman Club Rosary College Bfxriuaim Rnnolau ........,.... .... A rlbm- Agriculture 1'1lI.IfliflIl Dielellar Alpha Delta Pi Iota Siizma Pi: Phi Upsilon Omicrong Wfome en's G ee Club 11, 21 : University Chorus 12, 3, 41 g Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth" Ilonors Day 11, 2, 311 University of Illinois Scholarship Key GEORGIA ELLEN Rnnuna ..... .... f hrbnr Agriculture Horpilal Dirlelirr Shawnee Home Economics Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicron MacMurray College THOMAS Russizri. Rum .... . ..,DimuiI!e Education Hi.l'f0I',1' Delta Tau Delta Illini Veterans Honors Day 131 Illinois State Normal University JOHN REIGLE ......,.. ..... , l'flflp16e'V'.l'. N. Y. Engineering Elerlriml El7j.fiIIE'Bl'ilIg A.I.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau: Navy V-I2 . Massachusetts Institute nf Technology Roimiri' Fruzuizaick Rizixnaao, Fm! ,-1Iml'i.fm1. lonvz Engineering Civil .EIIgilJE'0I'iIIg A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilonp Sigma Tau: Navy V-I2 Iowa State College BE'i"rY ,IIZANNE REVIZLLH ..... . . .llifmlfile Education Elemvnlarj Elllllfzllillll Pi Beta Phi Y.XV.C,A. Cabinet 1-11 1 Illini Union, De- partment of XVar Service 131 1 Student Coun- cil, McKinley Foundation DePauw University JITANETTIQ WATKINS RIZYN0l.IJS...1lIz1.u0!l Cily Education .Yfwecb Delta Kappa Gamma: Cast, "Guest in il.e House", Production Staff, "Claudia" Bradley Polytechnic Institute KATI-IRYN MARY RICHART ..........,. Lirbmnr Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Pi Beta Phi Honors Day 151 CHARLES Frusoraalcic Rici-rm' ...,,,.. p:fl6'.I'lilIr? Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbeminil Erzglziewlrlg Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Chi Sigmag Star Course 121 Q 2nd Regimental Band 111 2 Star Course 121 3 Men's Glee Club 121 3 University Chorus 11, 213 Student Council, McKinley Founda- tion Honors Day 111 74 X ,I c ILA.. DIEAN ALLEN Roan ..... ...Pinrkneyifille Law bm' Alpha Kappa Lambda Pershing Riilcsg Interfratcrnity Council 1415 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 12, -115 Student Council, McKinley Foundation University of Pennsylvania Lucia I1IARY Rona ......... ...Chmujmign Education Speech Chi Omega Arepo: Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Eta, Cast, "Hello, Out There", Production Staff, "He Wlio Gets Shipped", "Twelfth Night", "The XVomen", "The XVarrior's Husband" University of Colorado ANNA Ro14i3nTsoN ......... . . .Morriron Education .Iilemenmry Erfzzmfion Devon Hall The Daily Illini 141 ' Blackburn College, Northern Illinois State Teachers' College MARJORIE RomNEAu ......... ..... C bimga journalism Edirorinl Manderly The Daily Illini 13, 41 MARK TAnoR RoarNsoN ..,.. .,.... O nk Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Cfnemirtry Alfha Chi Sigma Phi ambda Upsilong Pi Mu E silong Phi Eta Sigma, Senior Manager, Illini lTheater Guildg Arepog Mask and Bauble: Pierrotsg Daily Illini 111, Technograph 1113 Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigadeg Production Staff, "Claudia", "King Lear", "Pinafore", "Ro- meo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth" Honors Day 11, 2, 31 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key EVITLYN I-IrNns ROBISON ,..... ....... 1 Irlbur Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Presbyterian Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Sigma Delta Pig The lllio 12, 31, The Daily Illini 1113 Univer- sity Orchestra 11, 2, 31: Student Council, University Baptist Church Honors Day 11, 2, 31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key CAaoLlNn Rocrrow ..... , .... ..... C lvirago Commerce Iliurkeliug Presbyterian Hall SHIRLEY JUNE Rooms ....,.......... Fm-im: Liberal Arts and Sciences jn1n'mili.m1 Illini Hall Iowa State University -AJAX EUGENE ROLLER ,...... Lvrehuul, Colo. Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Delta Theta Navy V-12 Wabash College EvI5I.x'N JEAN Row ............. Gibran Cily Education General Srivuru Aclmea Illinois State Normal University EBARBARA ROSENBLUM .............. Cbimgu Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Manderly Wfright Junior College FLOIIIENCIZ ROSENTHAI. ...,......... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences A'l!Ilf7ElIl:lfil'J' Keeler House W.A.A.g Orchesis LORENA Ross .............. 1-lI,l'!'all00.l'Il, filfl. Liberal Arts and Sciences Engliib Pi Beta Phi Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Deltag Mask and Baubleg Sigma Alpha Iota: Tom-Tom 1315 University Chorus 11, Z1 1 Illini Union, Department of Recreation 1213 Cast, "La Boheme", "Claudia", "King Lear", "Romeo and Juliet", "Ruddigore" Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key EDWARD Rowe ....,.....,....... Dalia.: Citg Liberal Arts and Sciences Errnzrmziu Phi Gamma Delta Interfraternity Council 141 LUCILLIZ RUEIN . ....,....., .... C hir-ago Education Pbyi-ir.- Hosre House Independent Council 13, 413 First Council, Woman's League 15, 41 3 Student Alumni Asa sociation 1-11 Herzl Junior College SHIRLEY RUBENZIK . . ,, ............ Cliff-nga Liberal Arts and Sciences 5jIL'r.'i'b Keeler House Zeta Phi Eta, Illini Union: Department of Public Service 121, Student Council, Hillel Foundation, Student Religious Council 1-41 FS 1 lei me .ai W, 5 'QD' is -Ira- J f' DOIlO'I'HX' BELTING RUNDLE ...,...... Urbana Eine and Applied Arts Ilflfuic and Mnric Ezluralion Alpha Delta Pi Arepog Sigma Alpha Iota, Star Course 11, 21 : N1Uomen's Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 413 University Orchestra 11, 213 University Chorus 12, 3. 41 3 Cast, "La Boheme", "Carmen", "Io- lanthe-", Production, "Ruddigore" Joi-IN FREDERICK RuNDQuIs'I'. .. .... Moline Agriculture Agwrzomy Nabor House Sachemg Student Senate 141 5 Agriculture Club, Alpha Zeta, Hoof :Incl Horng Rural Life Club, The Agriculturist 12, 3, 41, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 1413 Pershing Rifles: Stue dent Council, XVesley Foundation: Illini Vet- erans Honors Day 11, 2, 51 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key DORO'fHY KIaI.I.Y RUP? ....... ,.... P infield Commerce Parrumzel Mrnmgrmerzl Alpha Chi Omega Shi-Aig Student Senate 15, 41, Chairman, Student Affairs Audit and Supervision Com- mittee 131g Illini Union, Department of Dances 11, 21, Director C31 : President, Illini Union 141 SUSAN JOAN RussEI.I. .... illffllirmville, Tenn, Fine and Applied Arts Ari Pi Beta Phi The Daily Illini 13, 41 XVard-Belmont Collegeg Cranbrook Academy of Art BE'rI-I DUNHAM RYAN ........ .... E ranrmu Journalism Erlilorial Delta Gamma AEE WII.I.IAM Sacus ..., Far Rarkaway, N. Y. Physical Education Pbyriral Edumlian Intramural Mgmager 141 3 Varsity Baseball Squad 111 g Varsity Football Squad 111 1 Varsity Basketball Squad 111 New York University, Columbia University Doizorm' JANE Sacrrsm. ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Brandeis Hall Alpha Kappa Deltag Arepog Mask and Bauble, First Council, Woman's League 111 3 Production Staff, "B:IrclIester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Sorcerer" Honors Day 111 VALERII2 SAMUEI.soN ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbvmirtry Reeter House Wriglit junior College, DePaul University DQNALD ROBERT SAND ........... Spf-iug,GelrI Commerce Aitliltlgflllflll Springfield Junior College l1lARlON JEAN SANFORD .............. Urbfmn Fine and Applied Arts Mrzrir Ednmlioii Kappa Delta Sigma Alpha Iota: XVomcn's Glee Club Q11 3 Cast, "Rucldigore" Honors Day Q21 Hinizo SASAKI ............... ltmufley, Calif. Fine and Applied Arts lJrl7zl,frrlpc' .flrrbiIr'rl1nz' Honors Day Q51 University of California: Central Y,M.C,A. Kollcge I-Iaizniirr SATZ ..................... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbnlagy Keeler House Alpha Kappa Deltag Psi Chi Honors Day Q2, 31 BETSYE-ROSE Sax ........,......... Cbiralqa Liberal Arts and Sciences Ikjirbolagy Brandeis Hall Psi Chig Concert Band Q2, 5, -I1 JANE SCHAEFER ..,.......... .... S lrealor Agriculture I-lame Eronornirr Alpha Omicron Pi 'l'he lllio Q21 3 Home Economics Club Carrol. Lois Scrmrrmnn ..... .... C jbii-ago Journalism Erliloi-ia! Phi Sigma Sigma The Illio Q1, 2, 31, Assistant Editor Q41Z Agriculture Clubg Theta Sigma Phig The Agriculturist Q21 g Pan-Hellenic Council Q21 : lllini Union, Department of Alumni Affairs Q51 5 Production Staff, "Rope's End" Honors Day Q31 DQNALD Cuanriis SCHHLI. .,.. .... C 'hir-nga Engineering C L'!'l1I1Iil'J Mull Manor American Ceramic Societyg Keramos Wright Junior College: Purdue Univers'ty in 1 ' .4 I .E if r r E. 2 be W ,F L I AILIZIZN Rrrona Sci-inwcrcan .......... Clazmgrp Liberal Arts and Sciences Emzlomirr Delano Hall The Daily lllini Q11g Production Staii, "Twelfth Night"g Student Councilg Hillel liounclation GLEN CALVIN Sfjlll'ELllflZI,I?...KrIlI.f1l.b' Cily, Ala. Engineering Elerlrirnl Exlgimfei-ing Sigma Chi 'rim mio csig XVILL 43, 41 Kansas City junior College Itoiiiairi' SCl'lI,lillllI5l?R ...,... ..., P eorin Engineering Gvmiral Engillvvrflzg A.S.M,E.g Der Deutsche Verein: The Tech- nograph Q-411 Newman Club Bradley Polytechnic lnstitute XVALDIEMAR EMME'r'r Sciimiirr ....., Cbebmim Agriculture General llg1'ir'l1lt11ru Agriculture Clubg Gamma Dcltag Pershing Rilles GRACE Haiuunrr SQHMUNK ....... Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Sltnfrrb Corrrrliou Harney Manor Zeta Phi Etag First Council, XY7oman's League Q41 Q Production Statt, "Twelfth Night" Miami University l.ll.I.IAN Sciiaaniia .....,......... BI'i1lgf,'fI0i'f Agriculture Home El'0ll0ll1il'.t' Four-H House Home Economics Clubg Rural Life Clubg The Agriculturist QI, 2, 3, 41, Business Manager Q31g W.A,A.g NV.A.A. Nurnerals: Major I MARY Loinsr: Scnizizilusiz...Km1,m.r Cilg, Kan. Liberal Arts and Sciences Soriology Pandora University of Kansas IELLEEN Knaxsox Sei-iuiuan'1'...Sl. l.ffni.r, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbrzlogy Keeler House Alpha Sigma Nug XV.A.A.g W.A.A. Nu- meralsg First Council, XVoman's League Q31 g XVILL Q1, 21 Honors Day fl, 21 l ii lf joi-iN ABRAHAM Sci-rumaicmi ....... illru'.rb:1ll Liberal Arts and Sciences Matbenmtir: Phi Beta Kappa: 2nd Regimental Band Honors Day 11, 2, 31 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key DALE lE1.lNon ScHu'rz ........ ...Rurbvillv Agriculture Home Etonumirr Evans Hall Home Economics Club: Concert Band 11, 21 Illinois State Normal University -l05lil'll ScuxvA1z'rz ,,..,..... Pluiuhelfl, N. j. Liberal Arts and Sciences Bflcierialagy Cosmopolitan Club Rutgers University: New York University EDNA SHAMAN .. .... . . . . . . ., .... Mnlmau journalism Eclilorial Iioclce Manor Eastern Illinois State Teachers College Dorio'i'r-ix' Siaiuuut .......... . . .Cbfnulmign Commerce Alumlgemufrf Accountancy Club KA'I'llllI'N DHANNH Sriram ..... ,.,.U:b,nm Education Biulogy Pi Beta Phi Torch: Shi-Ai: Alpha Lambtln Deltxtg Daily Illini 11, 2, 31: Freshman Council Honors Day 11, 2, 31 XXYILLIAM Siziaicamv .............. 5111-iugielil Liberal Arts and Sciences Sariolngy Blitckburn College Rtrrir YvoNNia SEEN ....... .... C laimgfi Journalism Erlilarinl Delta Delta Delta Theta Sigma Phi: The Daily Illini 131 1 Tom- Tom 131 : Production Staff, "Romeo :intl Juliet" Carleton College is is Q ' i. spfgfiyz' , lff'ffiw '- fi 'vi 1 MARjORlE ALMA Serum. ........ ....Rfmkm Education Cmrmzerrial Subjects Illinois State Normal University -R , 4 1 Gs :- H W BLRNARU Sm.uY ............ Rocl1e.rle1', N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Ecalwmicr Phi Epsilon Pi Accountancy Club: Marketing Club: Psi Chi: Spanish Club: Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad: Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Sec- ond Lieutenant, University Brigade: Illini Veterans Doius Canotmra Sswmi. ...,... 1l'Im'plvy.rhfim Liberal Arts and Sciences -'-- , , i Plyrlyology Mask and Bauble: Illini Union, Department of War Service 121: Production Staff, "Bar- - chester Towers", "Claudia", "Guest in the I-louse", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", Student Council, McKinley Founda- X tion t f i Ji Q Presbyterian Hall l 1 .. IX Xir-ul.. Jimrrv XVARREN SEYLER ....... .... C enlmlin Engineering Civil Engirzesring Sigma Chi Ma-Wan'Dag Sachem: Tribe of Illinig Navy V-12 Nrzri. RUTH O'BYuN1: SHAPLAND, Cbfz mpaig ll Commerce Permrzmfl Mfumgemenl Alpha Omicron Pi Accountancy Club Roruanr Ross SHAPLAND ..,...... Cfftllllfhligll Engineering Ciril Engineering Phi Delta Theta Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pig A.S.C.E.g Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: Varsity Basketball Squad 11, 2, 31 3 Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Varsity Baseball Squad 11, 2. 31 nr lf pw- X 1 5:55-5-.t 1 -. ' . wi i Honors Day 11, 2, 31 a XVILMA XVHETZIEI. Sl-IAPLAND ..,.. Clwupfzign ii V Agriculture Home .Eronomirf Alpha Phi 5 Alpha Pi Delta: Home Economics Club l1flHCMLlf1'ly' College I ' 1 f " Giaonon Rormm' SHARP ..........., lfvtllllftllirl Fine and Applied Arts , flrcbiledure 'Sal Q W Alpha Chi Rho , , 'Q e . . 7 7 i L I Rici-man HERBERT Smzparm ......... Rirerride Commerce Mdllllgflllflll Delta Upsilon Alpha Kappa Psig Varsity Swimming Squad K5, -U 3 Interfraternity Council CZ, 3, 41 Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 'IIZAN Sum-'Len ,.,.....,....,....... Lmraln Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrholagy Illini Hall MacMurray Collegeg Lincoln junior College JEAN KATHRYN SI-IIZPPARD ............ Alron Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Pi Beta Phi Christian College MEYER Sum ...............,. .. .Chicago Commerce flrrofnzlillg College Hall Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club: Varsity Gymnastic Squad Q17 Q Men's Glee Club 143 g Illini Veterans Ohio State Universityg Northwestern Uni- versity Auisus SHERMAN ...,. ,,..,. ...Cbimga Education Speerla Delano Hall Cast, "Three Men On a I-Iorse"g Produrtion Stali, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Ani- mal", "Skin of Our Teeth" Herzl Junior College lVIILl.ICI2N'I' Bevrinm' SHERMAN ,...... Clvimgo Physical Education Pbyriml Erlzmllioll Ivria W.A.A,g XV.A.A. Numerals Maaoixrufi' Suiiawooo ............. Ezf11r1.rtou Fine and Applied Arts Painting Delta Gamma Society of Illustrators Northwestern University Doius BENITA SI-IIRREFFS .....,..... Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Erlglirly Kappa Delta Northwestern University 78 BEN Snoim' .............. . .... Chicago Commerce Affdlllllfllg Tau Delta Phi Accountancy Clubg Interfraternity Council C215 Illini Union, Department of Special Events GJ 3 Cast, "Romeo and Juliet" Mancm ARLENE Siiurmz ........ Lowell, Ind- Physical Education Playriral Ezlumiion W.A.A.g Physical Education Major Club Honors Day 12, 35 Ball State Teachers College RUTH Sicrcnrr.-xx ,,.,...,.......... U'i-bmw Liberal Arts and Sciences Speerb C0l'l'L'l'Ii0l7 Gamma Phi Beta Student Alumni Association fi, 413 Produc- tion Staff, "Here Comes Mr. jordan", "Ropes End"g WILL iz, 3, 41 WILLIAM Murano Snxxizrm ....... Sfmfnimk- Engineering Civil Ellgillfffillg Triangle A.S.C.E.g Swimming Manager 1213 Stan- Course 125 XVALTER Fimxcis Siransiri. .. ...Chimgff Commerce llIIlY'kl'lillg Mull Manor Accountancy Club: Alpha Kappa Psi: Cast, "The Skin of Our Tecth"g Production Staff, "The Male Animal" North Park junior College Glzorisr Smrioxs, ju, ..,...... ,..Cbimg0 Education I1m'1e.rlrinl Ezllzcnliou Blackhawk Troop: Cavalry Ollicers Club: Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade: Illini Veteransg Lieutenant Colonel, University Bri- gade GLADYs SIMON ............. .. .Chicago- journalism Adrerliring Ivria The Daily Illini U11 First Council, NVom-- an's League fljg Student Council, Hillel Foundation ,. X Ji Qi' tbl" i J i if rllyiilyq fi lt' Aunrr Y M err Aso anbi.gg'rEn.CLQ.ljef::r1:ggj R ' S ialpf lil N e u uh . If f34igr1'53?15'?im?z,: Reign n arr0l1'sk of oufrmiw, 't wemh ' ighihg es oundation, Student Council gg Rural kitfXClxf Uni Xrsity ol Omaha Brzrriia SINADINOS ........ , .... Chicago Education Geogrflfilay Evans Hall W.A.A.g Independent Council C313 First Council, Won1an's League 151 Honors Day Q55 Wriglit junior College JANET Mauna Sissorsi ................ Quinry Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjmnirb McKinley Hall Sigma Delta Pi Honors Day Q33 AIINOLD BEIIYI. Sicraniz ..,,.......,. Cbimgu Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirlv The Daily Illini C-115 Illini Union, Depart- ment of Recreation C41 1 Men's Glee Club ff-ij University of Notre Dame HAZIiI.I.IE Sicoxv ......... , . , .... Rirerrifle journalism flzl1'c'rli.riug Alpha Gamma Delta University of Vlfisconsin Bram' SI.avIcIc ..................... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Polifirnl Srirnre Phi Epsilon Pi Interlraternity Council 12, 3, -ij josiaPIIINIa 5LU'l"I'0XXf .,.... .,.,. . .. .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbilnmphy Alpha Epsilon Phi Torchg The Daily Illini fl, Il DONALD I'lIl.'l'0N SMITII .,.. .. .. .Elgin Engineering Civil El1'Killt'L'lIlIj1 Alpha Phi Omegag Concert Banrl U, 2, ilg Navy V-12 junsow SMITI-I ...........,.,.. Alfrrziurrillc Engineering Elertf'iml E1lgim'vri1I,q A.I.E.E.g Concert Band C-llg Navy V-12 5, V ,I , ,I L e I I 1 T l it 12 M I mir . ,P nn' ll ,Jlliil", , l i 'Sq X f MQW1- V., -- S - I l ll 52.1 1., dv- , . 1 , N 1. . ,L if il' . i i PHYLLIS SMITH .................. Galmmlrz Agriculture Hwpiml Diefelicr Presbyterian Hall RICHARD LIQROY SMITH ....... Searfle, Warb. Engineering Civil Efzgineeriug A.S.C.E.: Navy V-12 SIZLMA Km' SMITH ......... ,..Dfmz1ilIe Education Englirh Delta Phi Epsilon Arepog C-17, Hillel Foundation, Student Council THOMAS RUTTER SMITH ....... ..,Cfziro Commerce Marmgevlzezrl Delta Phi Accountancy Club: Alpha Kappa Psig The Daily Illini 111 5 Illini Union, Department of Special Affairs C5, 415 Star Sourse 123 Honors Dav 42, Fri: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Kemper Military School BETTY ALICE Sxrolan .......... .. .Rirlgefarm Liberal Arts and Sciences ClJf'1l1iylry Iota Sigma Pi Honors Day tl, 51 RAYMOND EDXVARD SNYnI:a..,Rei11bece, Iam: Engineering Phyrirr Sigma Tau: Tribe of lllinig Varsity Wrestling Letter fill: Varsity Track Letter f4Jg Navy V-12 Iowa State Teachers College: University of Dubuque Axrra Soicoi. ...,...,.,....,...... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences I'.ry'lmi0g-1 lvria Fav SoMrn ........,............. Oak Pmfe Liberal Arts and Sciences ,Erazwmirr Bella Vista University of Chicago 79 JEAN SPENCER .................. Sllfillgflflzf Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Kappa Alpha Theta Shi'Ai: Vice-President, Sophomore Class: The Illio 111: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 13, 41: Star Course 121 GIERALDINIE Bizvlinm' Si-'rrz ..,......, Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Barleriology Brandeis Hall Arepo: Mask and Baubleg The Daily Illini U1: Independent Council 151: Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", "Ro' meo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men on a Horse" Honors Day Q21 S'rANr.m' RICHARD SPRAGU12 .... . . .Belleville Engineering Merbrzniml Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Taug Tribe of Illini: Varsity Track Letter 13, 41: Varsity Foot- ball Letter C41: Navy V-12 Honors Day Q31 JAKE Sraan ...... . .......,...... Chillicolbe Engineering zvlerbmlical ElIgi77EOI'iI1lIf Sigma Chi Sachem: Tribe of Illini: Varsity Basketball Letter fl, 2, 31: Navy Vfl2 CHARLES EDXVARD Smurz .......... Pmle Ridge Fine and Applied Arts AfL'bilUL'flII'U Alpha Rho Chi A.S.C.E.: Gargoyle: Pershing Rifles: Inter- fraternity Council fl, 2, 31: Illini Veterans Honors Day il, 21 GEORGE STAMPAR , .,... . . . ........ C.'biri1go Physical Education Teaching mul Coaching Phi Kapap Sigma JEANNE ELEANOR S'rARx12Y ........ C'bfn1zjmiyu Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbulagy Alpha Omicron Pi Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Psi Chi: Y.W.C.A. IZ, 5, -11 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key PHEROL LavoNNn Srfxsrau. .... . . . .Rr1u.m111 Education Geagrapby Illini Hall Illinois State Normal University: Univer- sity ol' Wisconsin Si-HRLEY STATIZLIER .............,...., Lfzcon Liberal Arts and Sciences Euglirb Kappa Delta The Daily Illini 12, 31 CAROLYN El.IZAB1iTH Srram. ..... Lebanon, Kjn Liberal Arts and Sciences Englifb Sager House Torch: Star Course IZ, 51 3 Independent Council 131: First Council, Wiwn1an's League C31 ANNIS lvfm' S'ria1NLi3Y ...... : .... Iimnfrlafr Agriculture Imlilrniomrl Alarrugezzzezzl Kappa Alpha Theta Y.XYl.C.A. Cabinet LS, 41: Illini Union, De- partment of Wfar Service H1 3 Plowboy Prom Queen C21 University oi Alabama FRIED WALTER STEMLER, JR. ......., Columbia Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Lambda Chi Alpha Men's Glee Club Q41 HIERMINE RUTH Srmw ............. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Science Euglirb Busey Hall HHNRY EDGAR S'r12v1eNs ....,........ Symmare Engineering Mechanical E7lgillC'z.'l'i7lg Alpha Kappa Lambda A.S.M.E,: Navy Choir C51 1 Navy V-I2 h'fARY Stevens ,.,... ...... ..... C b frmpaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Ewnomirr Chi Omega Mortar Board: Torch: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: Arepo: Mask and Bauble: Omicron Nu: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Illini Union, Department of Dances 111 g Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet 121: Star Course 12, 31, Co-Manager Q41 1 Cast, "Anything Goes": Production Staff, "Arms' and the Man": "Clauclia": "Twelfth Night": "W3FfiO1'lS Husband": Illini Theater Guild Board K5, 41 I-Ionors Day fl, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key DANA ADAMS STENXIART ....,...... Princeville Agriculture General Agrinzllure , Acacia Sachem: Phi Eta Sigma: Student Senate f2, 3, 41 : President, Senior Class: President, Sophomore Class: A riculture Club: Field and Furrow Club: The ggriculturist fl, 2, 3, 41 : Interfraternity Council M1 :Independent Coun- cil U1 : Y.M.C.A. Cabinet fl, 41 3 Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 131: Student Alumni As- sociation C21 3 Student Affairs Audit and Su- pervision Committee K3, 41 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key Maacanivr RUTH STEWART ...... Edina-dr1'i1le Commerce Acrafnlrmlry Wlelsh House Mortar Board5 Torchg Beta Gamma Sigma5 Alpha Lambda Deltag Executive Council, W.G.S. 131, President C415 Student Senate Y31, President 1415 President, Junior Class5 Phi Chi Tl1eta5 Illini Union, Department of Dances 12, 31 Honors Day Ll, Z, 31 Q University of Illinois Scholarship Key RAYMOND MAURICIZ Sroxiz, lrrdimmpolir, Iml. Engineering Civil Engilzeering A.S.C.E.5 Varsity Football Squad L11 Purdue University WILLIAM Vouz Sernarrax .,.,.... llfimieflaa Engineering Mechanical Evlgimferirig Chi Psi A.S,M.E.5 Navy V-12 Doaorm' JANE STRONG ..,....... Spf-ingfelff journalism Aalrerlirirlg Delta Delta Delta Alpha Lambda Deltag Shi-Aig The Illio fl, 2, 315 Pan-Hellenic Council 141 Honors Day ll, 21 THEODORE PAUL Srnuxcx, .. .. .Chicago Commerce ACCOIllIfdl1fj' Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Club james Millikin University MUIIIEI. VERA STUART .............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Frenrb Theta Upsilon Pi Delta Phig The lllio Q51 5 The Daily Illini Q3, 415 Pan-Hellenic Council Q-H Honors Day 151 Stephens College BI5'li'l'Y LucII.I.E S'l'Ul1BLEFlELD. .. .. .AItLefm Commerce XICCHIIIIHIIIFQ Wlelsh House Mortar Board5 Torchg Student Senate C415 Accountancy Clubg The Illio C112 Illini Union, Department of Recreation il, 2, 31, Chairman 1415 Executive Council, W.G.S. 1515 First Council, XVoman's League C315 Star Course 121 Honors Day f21 Rorsizlrr STUMM ......,............. Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Polifirnl Science Beta Theta Pi Dartmouth College rr all U , I 3,7 i e is '1 aa I i 'imma l Qs . Pl I sr We lu' ,V 7,5 ,5 4 Sy K! I k Q If' W Y- I I 'E ,vi I M e,, r':'I' 'il ii.. X ' A li I 5 -"cf It I -ti limi 1 I -V N . MARY ELIZABETH STURMAN .... ..... C aim journalism Editorial Alpha Delta Pi Shi-Ai5 The Illio 1115 The Daily Illini fl, 315 Tom-Tom K315 W.A.A.5 Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men On a Horse" Smwroun SUDAR ................... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma5 Pi-Mu Epsilon Honors Day C51 4 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key SHIRLEY ANN SUliHR ......,......... Ullrlllvl Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economic: XVhyte Pillars The Illio CI, 215 Home Economics Clubg Newman Club SHIRLEY DEAN SUMMERS ............ Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Nickell Lodge Alpha Lambda Deltag Psi Chi Honors Day ll, 51 I1lARGARli'l"l'E STEPHENS SUNDXVICK...UFbdI1d Fine and Applied Arts Afuric Edurnliwz XVomen's Glee Club 1215 University Orches- tra C21 American Conservatory of Music Goruuz Sw-'ANGA ........... Kfurmr Cify, Ma. Liberal Arts and Sciences Baclerinlogy Lowell I-Iall Kansas City junior College IQIELLIE JANE TAFI' ......... .... C hirago journalism .Eflitarial Achaea ELAINE TALAN .................,.. Chit-nga Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology lvy House XVilson junior College l 4 jacounr.1Nn TALMY ............,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Manderly Honors Day 153 Wriglit Junior College Fixnm' Azul TANIEL ......,. Irlmzbzzl, Tm'kry Engineering Civil Efigiiuerifrg Cosmopolitan Club A.S.C.E.g Turkish Student Society Robert College CHARLOTTE CIECILIA TANTON ...... Cfizeuoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Saciology Gamma Phi Beta Psi Chi MacMurray College MII.DRED TARPLEY .................. Qffiury Liberal Arts and Sciences Hisflofy Welsli House The Daily Illini GM Illini Union, Depart- ment of War Service 13, 41 Northwestern University EUNICE FRANCES TATAR .....,....... Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Ivria Alpha Kappa Deltag Psi Chig Student Counr cil, Hillel Foundation Wlilson junior College Iviam' ELLEN Tarn .................. Kafzmf Agriculture Tefxliler and Clalbing Leenian Lodge Phi Upsilon Omicronq XWomen's Glee Club C23 ' Honors Day Q51 HARRY TELANDER .......... .... Lf :Grange Commerce llliirkclirig Phi Kappa Psi Band of Xg Mask and Baubleg Scabbard and Blade: The lllio fl, 2, 373 Varsity Polo Squad ill Lois Liza TENDICK ......... . ...Greenfield Agriculture Home Ermmmirr Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club Illinois State Normal University y are Q , f "' l 1 1 t. me J 'A 'T w H N, .iu"Qu.hi EMMA JANE T1-iirnauu ............ Greenfield Agriculture Home Ermzomirr Collegienne Home Economics Clubg XV.A.A. Illinois State Normal University RACHEL ANN THOMAS ............... Qninry Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtary Alpha Delta Pi The Illio 15, -Hg Production Stall, "Three Men on a Horse" Quincy College ARTHUR THEODORE TIEDEMANN, Fl'd?IkiilI Pine Engineering Elffffifdl Engifreering Alpha Kappa Lambda Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pig A.I.E.E.g Concert Band 13, 434 Men's Glee Club 641 g Cast, "Anything Goes" Navy V I2 Elmhurst College NANCY ANN Ticn ................ Cbfnlamn Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb La Treinta Independent Council I-ljg First Council, Woman's League MJ Honors Day 133 Blackburn College MOLL3'E MAE TILLMAN .,........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Harrison Hall Wriglit Junior College jo!-IN YUNG SAU TOM ..... Hrmolulu, Iiarmii Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Rho Chi University of Hawaii WILLIAM Tommms ,............ Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Srieirre The Daily Illini fllg Tribe of Illinig Fresh- man Varsity Wi'estling Squadg Varsity Wlrest- ling Letter CZ, 5, 43 Siimusx' TRAYLOR ,,........... . .Triylm-ville Liberal Arts and Sciences Diifirion of General Sludief Gamma Phi Beta The Illio fl, 25 3 Orchesis RICHARD LEWIS TRoT'rcR ........... Sbemelfl Liberal Arts and Sciences History i Wenatchee Western State Teachers College: Bradley Polytechnic Institute ENID I-lIzI.I2Nrz TUCKIER .......,...... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Delano Hall Wriglit junior College HAROI.D Eumamz TuRNI2a...ll4'nba.rbn, Minn. Engineering Civil Engineering Chi Epsilong Tau Beta Pig Concert Band Q3, 41 3 Navy V-I2 OTTO jARIns TURNOVSKY, Jn. ...... ..Be1-wyn Engineering A'Ielnllurgical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club Phi Eta Sigmag The Technograph MP3 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 12, 315 Y.M.C,A. Board of Directors Q53 Honors Day UD .EI.IZAIXlE'l'H LOUISE TvI.I2rI ....... Fr1l'll7?l'J1f'iH0 Education Commercial Slfbjerlr Wescoga Lincoln College GEORGIENE UIZBERRI-IIsIN ....... .... .1 Marian Agriculture Home Ecauomirr Alpha Phi MacMurray College Docoruas Uivoianwooo ....... .... T bnuwille Commerce fl!'l'0IH1llIl7!'j' Achaea Accountancy Club: Phi Chi Thetug Spanish Club BETTY jawn VAN DORIQN ........... Cbimgu Physical Education Pbyriml Edllfdliflll Delta Zeta Torchg Shi-Aig Alpha Pi Delta: Alpha Sigma Nug The Illio fllg W.A.A.g XV.A.A. Nu- meralsg Major Ig Physical Education Majors Club: Terraping Pan-Hellenic Council GJ Honors Day fl, 2, 33 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key RAYMOND FRANCIS VAN Poucrcc .... Nepamcl Agriculture Genera! Agriclzllure Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Zetag Agricultural Clubg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade: Illini Veterans C415 Newman Club Honors Day fl, 2, 554 University of Illinois Scholarship Key IVLAYNETTE Rosauc VERNSTI-IN ..... LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemirlry Illini Hall Lyons Township Junior College JACQUIQLINE VERTRFES ..... .... S pringficlfl Commerce Perrofmel Marmgemefll Cagle Hall IVIARION ELIZABETH VESECKY ......., Bemfyu Liberal Arts and Sciences Pqrlaalogy Reenah - H HAROLD VICTOR .............. Derroir, Mich. Commerce Aflllillgfillflll Zeta Beta Tau Accountancy Clubg Interfraternity Council ll. 3? University of Michigan Mriircmsrr' Vmcrz .......,........, Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sorialogy Alpha Kappa Alpha XV.A.A.3 Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet C41 ANNA Loursrz Vom' ..,, ........ G nmilc Cily Agriculture IlIIfffllli07l11l fllllflrlgflllfllf Achaea I-lome Economics Cluhg Rural Youth Clubg Student Religious Council Q31 JEAN VoRIs . .. , ..... . .....,. .. .IVnm.'fw Journalism fI1l1'efliJing Kappa Delta The Daily Illini Cl, 2, 51, Associate Businzss Manager C415 Orchesisg Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil 15, 411 Star Course 125g Illini Union, Department of Special Events QU RUTH Esrmaa WAHLBHRG ......... .Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Pdfllling rim! Ar! Ezlzlraliaiz Leeman Lodge Society of Illustratorsg The Illio 15, 41 Honors Day Q31 Wright junior College MARIE WALSH ..... . ....... . . .Chicago Education Colxlfrrunc' Evans Hall Vice-President, Sophomore Classg Phi Chi Theta Erwin JAMES WALSTON ........ Tampa, Fla. Engineering Civil Erzgirlrtwizzg Chi Phi A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilon: Sigma Taug Varsity Track Squad 131: Navy Choir QSQQ Cast, "Christmas jinks"g Navy V'12 Georgia School of Technology KENNETH HERBERT XWANDIERER ..... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Beta Theta Pi A.I.Ch.E.: Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Interfraternity Coun- cil OJ: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q2, 3, 415 Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors f3Dg Navy V-I2 Honors Day flj Donmm WARMAN ......... ..., E lmhni-if Commerce flLTl7ll7IIt1llL'j' Stratford House Phi Chi Thetag Accountancy Club, XV.A.A. josrvu Enwinw WARRIEN ........... Iafrkpai-1 Commerce Pefmmlel lllavmgefuwll Theta Delta Chi Interfraternity Council 12, 3, 45 3 Men's Glee Club Q11 g Illini Union, Department of Special Events C41 3 Cast, "La Boheme"g Newman Club Mrronizo WARREN ........... .... U rlifrmr Agriculture Home Ecormmirr Home Economics Club X ROHERTA WAssnRMAN ...... . . . ,l..'iSf1lle J ournalism Adi'er!i.riug Sigma Delta Tau Shi-Aig The Daily Illini fl, 25 NANCY Wnara ........ ..... ...... B e llerille Liberal Arts and Sciences Paliriml Science Alpha Xi Delta Ros.-INNA GORDON Wurssrmz, V G'fEEllJ'b0f0, N. C. Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Alpha Theta Mortar Boardg Torchg Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag Shi-Aig Arepog Delta Sigma-Rhog Mask and Baubleg Pan-Hellenic Council li. 453 Senior Mana er, Theater Guildg Guild Boardg Cast, "Pridi and Preju- dice"g Froduction Staff, "Claudia", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth", "Twelfth Nightug Debate Team 125 Honors Day fl, 2, 355 University of Illinois Scholarship Key BENJAMIN Env1N Wnexs ...... Sennle, IVfi.rh. Engineering Civil Enginvering Kappa Sigma A,S.C.E.g Navy V-12 Wlmitman Collegeg University of Idaho LEONARD Davin WEINBERG ...... Akron, Ohio Engineering Eleclriral Engineering A.I.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Taug Cast, "Anything Goes", "Christmas jinks"g Navy V-IZ Massachusetts Institute of Technology lh'fURIEL ANN WIEINITR ........ .... C 'bimgo Journalism Erlilorinl Delta Phi Epsilon The Daily Illini CS, 41 Honors Day Q31 University of Wisconsin Faan RAYMOND Weiss .............. Chiang.: Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E,: Navy V-12 Wriglit junior College MARJORIIZ WESTABY ......... .... 0 ale Park Agriculture Home .Erouomirr Chandler Hall Park College Rosmmnx' hVHI1'E .............. Clmmfmign journalism Eriilurinl Delta Delta Delta Radio Scriptwriters Society MQ g Tom-Tom C33 LWARY BETH V7I'II'1'I.l2Y ..,....,... PIfzrri,fbm'g Fine and Applied Arts Mfzrir Ezlucafioar Pi Beta Phi Women's Glee Club ll, 37 1 University Chorus I3, 37 Cottey College Rox' WALLACE Wusuoxv .......,... Onla Park Engineering Civil EllgiIl0t'l'i17g Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wlan-Dag A.S.C.E.3 Tribe of Illinig Var- sity Baseball Letter Cl, 2, 3, -U1 Navy V-12 PHx'I.I.Is Lou WILDMAN ............ Claimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cl7I'7IIf.fH'y Szold House Wright Junior College BEVIQRLY WI1,IiNs ............ , .... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Barlcrialogj Phi Sigma Sigma Tom-Tom I5, 41 5 Orchesis: Cast, "Anything Goes", "Nothing Ventured" CORINNI2 GLADYS XVILLIAMS ........ Cbinzga journalism Adrerliriug Stratford House Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini 13, 411 W.A.A,g Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Romeo :Incl Juliet", "The Skin ol' Our Teeth" Drury College Eorm GWIENDOLYN WILLIABIS..Blllflllliilgfflll Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Delta Illini Union, Department of Recreation L41 Illinois Wfesleyan University MARX' ELLIzN WII.LIAMs ............, Ofmurfi Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Zeta Tau Alpha The Illio U13 Illini Union, Department of Public Service C23 2 " K my I , 4 Auumzv WILSON ,...... ..... .,... 0 a k Park Journalism Ad1'e'rli.rif1g Phi Omega Pi Rosary College DOROTHY WILSON ............. Harrirburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiriary Alpha Xi Delta Y.XXl.C.A. Cabinet Q31 Lindenwoorl College MARY JANE XVILSON ............... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtory Pi Beta Phi The Daily Illini Url: Illini Union, Depart- ment of War Service HI Knox College IWIARY JONES WILSON .............. Demlm Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirb Pi Beta Phi James Millikin University STANLIQY AVILSON, JR. ..,..,..... Harrirburg Commerce Burixrerr Marzngelzlerlf Chi Phi Alpha Tau Sigmag Skull and Crescentg Inter- fraternity Council 127 1 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Kemper Military Academy VIERNA 1.1512 WILSON ..,.......... Homewood Liberal Arts and Sciences Ef0Il07lZil'.f Phi Omega Pi Psi Chig Der Deutsche Vereing Pan-Hellenic Council G, 41 g First Council, Woman's League MP5 Production Staff, "Pride anal Prejudice" Honors Day C51 Thornton Township Junior College ROBERTA LUCILLE WING ,,.......... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Evans Hall Smith Collegeg University of Chicago ANGELA Annu: vVINKl.EY .......... Elrnbnfrl Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Chandler Hall First Council, WoI11an's League 13, -41 Elmhurst College FLORENCE EVELYN XVIsIa .... ..... A ledo Education Pbyfiml Edzfmlfozz Graham Lodge W.A.A. XVCSYCIII Illinois State Teachers College Howano ALVIN Wrssel. ........... Sami-wirb Commerce Marketing Alpha Chi Rho Accountancy Club: Alpha Phi Omegag Inter- fraternity Council 141: Men's Glee Club 11, 21: Senior.Manager, Swimming Team: The Daily- Illini 13, 41: Coast Artillery Club: Pershing Rifles.: Thunderbird Battalion: First Lieutenant, University Brigade BARBARA WITMER ........... Dowuerr G:-are Liberal Arts and Sciences G6I'IIlrl71 Henry Hall Honors Day 131 Bradley Polytechnic Institute Lois ,IEAN XYfI'I'TIiR ........ .... B erzzfyn Education Malbeumfiizr McKinley Hall University Chorus 13, 41 Morton junior College THOMAS DEXVI'l"l' WOFFORD, Jin, Drew, Alirf. Engineering Civil Engineerizig Pi Kappa Alpha Chi Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma: A.S.C,E.g Navy V-12 Mississippi State College: Tulane Univer- sity BETTY Lou WOLF ...........,.... u7fl7IIl'HL' Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Delta Delta Beloit College EUNICIE JOYCE Woufif. , ..... .. .Claiimgn ' Journalism Editorial Alpha Epsilon Phi W.A.A.: W.A.A. Numerals: Major Ig Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 15, 41 DOROTHY WOOD ....,i.....,... Mr. Verwan Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Busey Hall Southern Illinois Normal University: West Virginia Institute of Technology PHYLLIS Neu. Wrcicorr ......... Ejnglvfnu Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Shawnee First Council, XVomi1n's League 141 x B l l V ""' 5 :- i X ' i i l I I 1 I X "1 'gsm I 1 V I i 'f'.-'saga Y' : ,Nr I jovce EILEEN YARNELL ............ Sullivan Physical Education Pbyliml Education Sager House Alpha Sigma Nu: Student Senate 141 3 XV.A.A.: W.A.A. Nurnerals: Major I: First Council, Woman's League 141: Orchesis 111 Honors Day 131 Manx' Louise YOKEM ......... Plenum Hill Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfranirb Vanlig Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Delta Pi Honors Day 111 Mfnwauce Youimws ............. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Kappa Delta The Illio 111: The Daily Illini 11, 2, 51: Illini Union,' Department of War Service 12, 31 : Production Staff, "The Rope's End" Mummo I.ucn.i.e YOUNG .... ..,.. G illerpie journalism Adrerliring Presbyterian Hall Student Council, McKinley Foundation 12, 31 Lnorsm YOUNGQUIST ............. Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Gamma Delta Rockford College OLGA ZIQBRUN ............. ,... B enld Commerce Commercial Teaching Alpha House Illinois College Eowann ZELLER ...........,........ Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Bradley Polytechnic Institute Wanna Lee ZIMMERMAN .......... Pimhelil Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtory Pi Beta Phi 1 U Torch: Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: Orchesis: The Illio 11, 2, 512 W-A-A-S W.A.A. Numerals: Major I: Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet 121: Illini Union, Department of War Service 111: Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Claudia", "The Male Animal", Jlloineo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our een" HELENA ZNANIIZCKI .....,...... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sariology Alpha Chi Omega 'l'orchg Alpha Kappa Deltag Psi Chig The Daily Illini 4153 Tom-Tom U75 Illini Union, Department of Special Events 12, 33 Honors Day Q2, SJ CLARA Zwicx .................... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences PJj'l'l.7f110gj Delano Hall Alpha Kappa Delta Wlright junior College WILLIAA! XVARRIEN CLARKE ....... Champfzign Engineering Mzfclnnziml Engineering A.S.M.E.g Institute of Aeronautical Sciences WILLIAM ARTHUR GRAPE ....,...,. Highland Engineering Ceramic ElIgiPl!."t'filIA2 Theta Xi Keramos FARHANG JAVHJ ................ Teh:-fm, Imn Engineering Merlmnirul Enginewing Central YMCA College I ' Q CARL DAVID JOHNSON, JR. ......... Eiffmrrorz Engineering ilfecbaniml Engineering Phi Kappa Psi A.S.M.E.g Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad Romani' MCCLELLAND LAucHI.IN..AiowmqmI Engineering Mecbazziral Engineering Sons Home A.S.M.E. EUGENE FRED PETERSON .....,....... Lmzring Engineering Ceramic Engineering A.C.S. 3 Keramos DePauw Universityg University of Chicago BRUCE FAIRBAIRN ROBINSON ...., .... 1 oliez Engineering Electrical EllgiI1?ZY'illg A.l,E.E.g Pershing Rifles: Pi Tau Pi Sigma Agriculture and Mechanical College of Texas DONALD RUSSELL Xvlil-ILING .......... Urbana Engineering Meclmnim! Erlgifwering Acacia A.S.M.E.g A.S.T.M. X 7 , 0 0 ,D 9 I l A ai dn' Q sf' 2 88 UHIUAGO CAMP The University of Illinois Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, and Pharmacy form an important part of the Chicago Medical Center. The program of teaching and research in these three medical sciences is here co-ordinated with service to thousands of citizens of the State of Illinois through the University's Research and Educational Hospitals. Affiliations with the Illinois Neuro- psychiatric Institute, the Illinois Eye and Ear Innrmary, and Rush-Presbyterian Hospital have made possible high standards of clinical teaching. Over 1000 undergraduate students, more than one-tenth of them women, are enrolled in the three colleges. The colleges, in addition, have inaugurated a large-scale program of refresher courses to fit the needs of veteran doctors and dentists returning to civilian practice. Expanded research and teaching programs are being made possible by the return of many of the faculty, nearly 500 of whom have been serving in the armed forces. Plans are under- way for a 450 bed addition to the general hospital. ll' Q In Nba CIILLI' 0F MEDICINE UULLEGE 0F MEIIICI E Reconversion of its many-sided program to the require- ments of the new world has occupied the College of Medicine, as it has the rest of the University during the past year. Augmented service to its students, to the State, to the veteran and to humanity is the keynote of the year's accomplishments, which include the addition of many distinguished men to the faculty, inauguration of new research projects, great expansion of postgraduate courses for veteran medical officers and civilian physicians, graduation of our first class of occupational therapists, completion of plans for important additions to the Research and Educational Hospitals, co-operation with the Veterans Administration in supplying consulting physicians and residents at the Hines Hospital, significant expansion in the research and graduate teaching program in the Rush-Presby- terian Division, and advances in numerous inter-departmental and inter-campus research and teaching activities. In peace and war the mission of a medical school is the same-to educate and train physicians and surgeons and their Dr. Raymond B. Allen Dean assistants to bring the best of medical care to the sick and to do all that is possible to prevent illness and disability, paying equal attention to the rich and poor. The advance of med- icine, in the future as in the past, will depend on research not only in the medical sciences, but also in the natural sciences, the social sciences and the humanities, which have contributed their knowledge and wisdom concerning the life process to the progress of medicine. The newer knowledge of nuclear physics and chemistry, to which the University of Illinois has made such distinguished contributions, holds untold possibilities for medicine. Medicine, like the peace, is indivisible. It knows no racial lines nor national boundaries. Its only concern is to advance its understanding of man, in health and disease, wherever on the face of this tortured planet he happens to live, and to bring him as much relief from pain and disease as the knowl- edge and skills of the physician make possible. The University of Illinois College of Medicine is dedicated to these high aims. RAYMOND B. ALLEN, M.D. Dean, College of Medicine Iavzzmry 30, 1946 Building seen from the V-quadrangle. CULLEGE 0F MEDIUIL ll -CLASS 0F 1946 Raymond Arthur Alexanderg Charles Alperng Sol Altschulg Hartley Herrick Aramg Leon George Atherton Reuben Beezyg john Stephen Bensong Walter E. Bermang Ernst Chester Bone, Student Cozmcilg William Jennings Borgsmiller lda Margaret Brechtelg Edmond M. Brophyg Richard Albert Bucking- hamg Ira Adolph Budwig, jr., Student Cozmcilg john Burdon Harris Buschg Robert Jordan Byrumg Thaddeus Walter Capg Ralph Everett Carlsong William Carleton Casey Harry Dan Chambasg Robert Franklin Cechg Melvin M. Chertackg Major Darstg William Scott Davis ,ww E :ska ,A 1 5 1 1 N E ,L 1 -6 i "'5 ' .. ,, I - l ' . . -Q' , Nqnh E .gf 1 A , Vi ' il I I X- ' 3 X T -Q if fm 2 t r B" -1 i ia, 2 M W. I .j J Afifrl X ' it n, I at " ,rai Q Alexander Beezy Brechtel Busch Chambas Alpcrn Benson Brophy B rum Cgch i, if sw .5 A ' g .x i N V- esva-K A . Altschul Aram Atherton Berman Bone D Borgsmiller Buckingham BLldVs'lg Burden Cap Carlson Casey Chertack Darst DAVIS ir CLASS 0F 1946-CULLEGE 0F MEIHCI Harold Herbert Deablerg Henry D. DeYoungg james E. Dilleg Bernard Dobrowg Robert Daniel Dooley Charles Francis Dralceg Sheldon Drayg William Burel Dwyerg Raymond jacob Echtg Clarice R. Faul Myron F eldg john Donald Ferryg Arthur Robert Fischerg james Joseph Flahertyg Neil Francis Flaherty Edward Cain Froningg Hugh Garrison, Presidevzt of Class, President of Student Cozmcilg Robert james Gaspichg Robert Lee Gilmoreg joseph Daniel Giosh Charles Goldenbergg Lillian Rosenfeld Goldmang Morton A. Goldmang Paul Joseph Goodwing Herbert Jules Grossman, Class Tv'er1s1r1'c1'. V V l F. . a1s.J'L' L 1 l 0' ., - iiii Q ii xxikni 5 ' xx rife in i Lf1f.QXXli 1 R L D . F sl r .4 l Q w ,. 'N i. - '-Tx jg., Q I 1 y Viv 1 . - L S, . In ,f l ' i 9 l l a l m ll rv-I" 4 g g u Fit ,1 4.3, il Q xi Deabler DeYoung Dille Dobrow Dooley Drake Dray Dwyer Echt Faul Feld Ferry Fischer J. Flaherty N. Flaherty Froning GZIIIISOH Gaspich Gilmore Giosh Goldenbcrg I.. Goldman M. Goldman Goodwin Grossman 93 CIILLEGE 0F EIHCIR Il-CLASS 0F 1946 James Howard Harrisg Richard Howe Hartg Edward Louis I-Iedigerg, Marvin David Henryg Norman Glenn Hepper Gloria L. J. Hilkerg Evelyn Camille Hillg James Rodger Hinesg Howard Leslie Hornsteing Harry Laymond Hunter Richard Eugene Icenogleg Menard C. Ihneng Paul Ambuehl Jarandg Hushang javidg Manucher javid john Andrew janicekg Leonard M. Kahlg Harry Kaufmang Eldon Granf' Ketringg Harry King Martin Koeck, H19 Irving Kousnetzg Julius M. Kowalskig Frank joseph Krejcag Robert Ellsworth Lane. ' .Ti . M Q , .4 .f f" wi I L wb' wins, . 3 ,..s-,,-.V, V , i ua, A 1 . , .X L lf: if 9-Sit! 3 I 'Sa .1 . V, A 1. 1 .s ' r 1 as I li, , i J, . i 4 ik 4 :SF ,f L ,, da V f 4' LS, . Q 1' I, .. f V -535 F ,.,, f l ur V fr l " ' "li HF i C 1,1 nv- V MFE., LLL T iiuerr 1 A M ,. , iv "W" ' N Y l . I x if - , 'Ali i in Q .. 2, f iv 'IF' . 1 ix 's 1 l- 'N f yf 'Q . '- H. H d' H HCPPCI il Hililt Hiineget Hggxinlitein Hunter A lrenuglei Illmin Jiifafld H' Jfwld M-' -lavld ,lenicek Kilhl Kaufman Kenfmg Kms Koeck Kousnetz Kowalski Krelca Lane 94 CLASS 0F 1946-UULLEGE 0F MEIIIUI ll Louis B. Leoneg Bernard Levating Milton Leving Robert Stanley Levineg William Frank Lichtman, Class Vice-Presideizt Howard L. Liebermang Edwin joseph Liebnerg Robert George Lippg Edward Anthony Louciusg Earl William Lowrey Palmer Oliver Lundebergg Donald Seeley McClellang Dean Edwin McLaughlin5 John Hazlett McLaughlin3 Neil Alexander MacDonald Alfred Fritz Marciag Thomas Spencer Marksg Jaroslav Martinekg William Edmund Meisenheimerg Charles Otto Metzmaker Henry Marvin Michaelsg john William Monahang Mooreg Jack Mosheing Robert james Muench. Thomas Stephen -U f 1 Vik , T7 .J ,, k.i-, . ,..,,1 . ., rg- 1 i , 5: ' T 'S' 4 2 ,X N N2 H ill www H " , 1' NX X Leone Lieberman Lundberg Marcia Michaels Levatin Liebner McClellan Marks Monahan . f ,r ,A-VNXIM A-A if Af.. Sw N4-ii ...f . Q Ta, kevin 'PP D. McLaughlin Martinek Moore .,,, Levine Loucius 1. McLaughlin Meisenheimer Moshein , ' 4. is v . V 1 1' ' ,,.. 1 scifi A ' Ep' .' 'af a'fm-i iq E LJ 'Q . 5113: Lichtmzm Lowry MacDonald Metzmaker Muench 95 CULLEGE 0F MEDICI ll-CLASS 0F 1946 John Joseph Muldowneyg Marjorie V. Naylor, Class Sec1'etary,' YVilliam George Neilsong Stanley Kay Nordg jeffrey Anthony O'Connor Carl Emil Olsong Ellis Osterg Carmen Russell Paynterg Maxwell Bernard Perkinsg Howard R. Peters William Harold Plesscherg Lyle Howard Prenzlerg William Ellis Pughg William W. Robinsong Irwin Elwood Rosen Marvin Aron Rosnerg Lewis james Rossiterg Wallace Rubing Richard George Saxong Frances Elizabeth Schaar Fillmore Schillerg Robert B. Schlesingerg jay Herman Schmidtg George James Schunkg Peter Bernard Segalg Robert Ross Sexton J A T fi Q ' V fy 1 -- , aj' A " f R ir-i rg-i 1 3" '-'Q Muldowney Naylor Neilson Nord O'Conn0r Olson Oster Paynter Perlgins Peters Plesscher Prenzler Pugh Robinson Rosen Rggncr Rossiter ' Rubin Saxon F Schnar ' Schiller Schlesinger Schmidt Schunk .segal Sexton 96 CLASS UF 1946-UULLEGE 0F MEDICI ll Bennett Richard Shermang Meyer Jerome Singerg Henry DeXVillis Smithg Ross A. Sniderg Gilbert Foster Sofio H. james Solomong H. Frederick Staackg Albert Leland Steinbachg Lee Burdette Stevensong Edgar Bradley Sylvester Francis joseph Tenczarg Alonzo Cass Tenney, jing Tom YV ebb Wachobg James Wallace Wainrightg Howard Frederic Wallach Silas Wallkg Lowell Wyckof Weberg Frederick Louis Whitlarkg George Leslie Williamsong Richard Laugel Worcester Harry Edward Wright, Student Cozmcilg john Thomas XVrzesinskig Charles Alphonse Wunschg john Peter Yuskisg Russell William Zackg Douglas Allen Zimmerman 1 I f if A 'L A f fiee i -l 'In - :. 'ii ' Y az ' Y ' Sherman Singer Smith Snider Sofia Solomon Staack Steinbach Stevenson Sylvester Tenczar a Tenney Wfachob Wninrigllt Wallacll XVallk Wleber ' Wfhitlark Williams Wforcester XVrighr Wrzesinski Wunsch Yuskis Zack Zimmerman UULLEG 0F IIE 'l'I 'FRY ,,?".' EF' Denial P UIILLEGE llll IIE Tl TRY Since the last issue of the Illio the College of Dentistry has graduated forty-nine men. Many of these were immediately commissioned in the Army and Navy of the United States and are now serving in all parts of the world. The military atmosphere has now disappeared with the separation of the last Navy V-12 trainees during the Christmas holidays, and the civilian has returned to his own. During the past few months a number of familiar faces have reappeared and the teaching staff is grad- ually attaining its pre-war strength. Several more are Dr. Allan G. Brodie Dean expected in the near future. Incoming classes, how- ever, have been small owing to the relatively few candidates who had completed their preprofessional training prior to the outbreak of hostilities. judging from present indications, the class entering the College in September will be of near capacity size and it is expected that the demand for dental edu- cation will increase markedly during the years iust ahead. The opportunities in this Held of the healing arts will be great for many years to come. View from the northwest of the buildings and hospital. 99 lllllilillllll 0F IIE 'l'l TRY-CLASS llll 1946 elli, BS., Marvin W. Carius, B.S., lllio Committee, Student Comzcilg Alan James Cerney, BS., Demeter Christolsf, BS., Barnett Cohen, BS., Bernard B. Cohen, BS., Student Comzcilq john Cox, B.S., Francis M. Fierce, jr., B.S. iz- .J , ' Q e . F l iiflffn' 1' . xx 'J ii is .' . "' N u 4 0- - . ii 1 n. 1 , Y f 1 . i . P ' it , , rrr H, , if . X Gp . :- 2 P3 B -Lu: , l b . ,gy ll F . l "S 1 if ev A,', Alessio Altman ' "-- 'V Bendinelli Camus Ccrney Christolf B. Cohen B. B. Cohen Cox Fierce f A 6 H al. Robert F. Frost, BS., james Frank Greco, BS., Philip Green, BS., Jules 5 1 Q ,' i I-Iazelkorn, B.S., joseph H. Howard, BS., Donald VV. Iliff, BS., Marvin in . . Sq 'N A i 1 Mi Jacobson, BS., Thomas Sherman Johnston, B.S., Prexldent, Student 3 - . . C01111cil,' Lester jay Kahn, BS., Edward Kamenir, BS. , Frost Greco Green Hazelkorn Howard Iliff Jacobson Johnston Kahn Kamenir loo , Louis Alessio, B.S., Student Cozmcilg Alvin Altman, B.S., Walter Peter Bendin- CLASS 0F 1946-UULLEGE llll DE Tl TRY George Kroll, B.S.g Anthony john Malone, B.S., President of Classg Irving Charles Miller, B.S.g Herman Mintzer, B.S.g Arthur Frank Molay, B.S.g Keith I 5 S Olsan, B.S.5 Herbert C. Omens, B.S.g Morris Penefslcy, B.S.g Richard F. Postle- ' A, wait, B.S.g Robert Greenwood Randolph, B.S. Q fl , K ' he R 1 " L gr 'P 5 I I l ,N . - l qi 3 . . V. Qt' i : -' 4, . 44 av wJ M Y I Q al rg 'Q . Ai! MH' , i ' if Q 1 iw R R rf: W 1 :gy aiei Q ' I 3 Z -Q kj S:- .Va Y ' x.,. -5 X 'I-" -f-' 'f:1"f:f i" ' ' f'-' Z5 2 Si.-T595 , .'7f:1'9H" S on: R R D - - - ' .,1 ' 1 .Wg N ' 'R A 5 fu' - 1 -A-af 2 lb li A EQQQ i m::'5N 4 A- '.'g ffmgg Q,-,re . 34, W Q HJ F 5, 9, 3 ,- wr-1 'O Q.. Q .T Q Lx: so - PU L 5 c. 'I . D Q m gi 4 Q . O- an E1 ff' E in m ' W U, Q an m ' cn 3:-i' 5 E 2 5 -' O 9 Y, D 5 PJ W cn cn . QU 3 " 2 : N1 Dj 5 S U' 2 Sf' Q ' 4 A w Us En . W J 5 E O '1 fi ? H 5 ri- CID 5 '11 2 w E 2 ,S E' Q 2 7 P gx E np . .-f '-x W Q O ED 5 2. '- M M -W 2 5 - rn :- 2 Z" rn ..a r-g 3 n m 'Q g iv. H Malone "" ' "' uf' in ' cr Mintzer Olsan 1 Penefslcy C 55 'lm 5-4 llll Pharmacy Di.rpen.mry UULLEGE mv vnmfnwv Q , QC' 3 , , , :H K I is X -W ,,.fi'1w i "WU 'V' - V -' 2545- Pharmacy Laboratory 102 CIILLEGE 0F PHARMACY This issue of the Illio will undoubtedly record many accomplishments of alumni and former students, at- tained through their efforts to preserve the principles which gave birth to this nation. It is enough to say that their devotion to this task was unselfish, and for their services rendered in our behalf we must now consecrate our efforts to glorify the peace in the days to come. The profession of Pharmacy has, throughout the generations of the past, represented that field of med- ical sciences essential to the supply of necessary remedial agents in the treatment of the afiiicted. ln Dr, Earl R. Serles Dmu the days to come this responsibility will be magnified in direct proportion to the shortening of distances between the widely separated centers of civilization. The insidiousness of disease has been afforded new channels of migration by means of the roads built to the far corners of the wo1'ld. The problems which have so readily reached our door-step from afar af- ford a challenge to the pioneer in the field of science. Into this larger field of endeavor men serving the profession of Pharmacy must be willing to go, if we lceep faith with the callings of the profession. , Af .W ease, i -..' -1. f ' ' - - '4 lu -ew J: -in-I Iv .f .. ,si i, ' ' ' ye 1QM f' " ,. iQ,: 5,.315.!4. , , -4 lL VJ' N, nz., 1., J qi I In ' if ' A- - ,' fed! ,vs-:lpzt . ? , - " .f4,,'.1 'fififf' ,1 1 " .2242 Q.' ' ' -., V A .-.. i., - f ,. , 4 2- J Qfifliif, wif- " ' ' ' ,L -"' J .ds -'pie--vs., " i View from the northeast of 'the tower and buildings. 103 CULLEGE 0F PHARMACY-ULASS 0F 1946 Max Chadnowsky, B.S.g Norman Garfinkel, B.S., Class T1'eas1z1'e1'g Doris Floy Hill, B.S. Irene Katherine Nowak, 13.5.5 Herbert Marvin Retzky, B.S., Class Presi- dentg C lvaiwzmn, Picture C077'I777lH6'Cf C l9ai1'ma1z, Illio Committeeg Rudolph Carl Schobert, BS. Charles W. Smith, B.S.g Clara joan Verges, B.S., Class Sec1'elta1'y,' Lester Weitziiian, B.S., Class Vice-Presirleizt il l Wesff' Chaclnowsky Garfunkel Hill Nowak Retzky Schpbert Smith Verges Weitzman 104 000 PA'I'lll AL 'lll RAPY-CLASS llll 1946 Phyllis C. Andersong Yetra Rhae Davisg Margaret Anne Earlenbaughg June Claire Fluegge Vera Gouldg Angeline A. I-Iowardg Patricia Jean Hutton Ann Margaret Kevilusg Darleen Broughton Lawsong Ruth MeGaw Lewis Dorothea Pearl Mooresheadg Phyllis B. Muggeg Patricia Ann Sheppard Anderson Davis Earlenbaugh Fluegg Gould Howard Hutton Kevilus Lawson Lewis Mooreshead Mugge Shepherd 105 ALPHA llllllllil llllllllil Alpha Kappa Kappa, now enjoying' its forty-seventh year on the campus, continues to fulfill the broad purposes of mental development, scholarship, social intercourse, and mutual assistance on which our professional fraternity is based. We congratulate brothers Fortner, Nolan and Henderson for attain- ing scholastic achievement and election to AOA. We are proud to be the only fraternity completing the past year without losing a brother or pledge because of scholastic reasons. Our representation on the councils, committees, and organizations of the student body continues to prove the leadership of our members. Garrison is president of the student council and senior class. Bone and Rosell are the presidents of Pi Kappa Epsilon and the sophomore class respectively. We are also well represented on the student council, Union social committee, and sports committee. Our social life includes a senior farewell dinner-dance, Tri-Chapter dance, beach parties, and frequent house parties. Dancing, singing, and entertainment at these are unequaled in Chicagoland. Remember the Awful Kreepy Kavern of our recent Spook party? Our mantel now has added to it the 1945 trophies for championships in swimming, basket- ball, volleyball, and track. Present oflicers are: president, Guynn, vice-presi- dent, Richards, treasurer, Purdy, secretaries, Woodworth and WHllCCl'. Top Row: Gilbert Wliite, David MacFarlane, Virgil jackson, Tim XY!eather'ord, lakmes Dihhle, Charles Gilpen Fourth Row: Arthur Maimon, Warren Hayes, Ralph Hudson, Donald Lulu, Rmbert Biggs, john Ritter, Edwin Nyman, Robert MeyCr5, EVCYCN Woodworth. T'lJin?dIiiliiiii liNilI:iiiiHlNll11nsuetto, Alexander Norbut, Robert Neiedly, john Stricklin, Wlilliam Glascoek, Robert Purdy, Rufus Walker, jon Rosell, Lloyd Kellogg, Paul Parker john Mc!-lugh XValtcr Bayard Seranri' Row: Dana Richards, Newel Braatelein, Henry Kunka, Donald Barnarl, john McNeil, Thomas Grilfith, Samuel Becker, james Roorda, Carlin Cheno- weth Thomas Devlin Willirini Strecker Ballom Riruu: Chester Borie, Ralph Carlson, james Harris, Howard Peters, james XVainwright, Edward Hediger, jolm Ferry, Edward Froning, Robert Muench, Hugh Garrison ohn Monahan Vernon Guynn Not in Panel: Hartllcy Aram, Thaddeus Cap, Donald Huffman, Harry Hunter, Donald Lindsay, Earl Lowrey, Dean McLaughlin, jack Maticka, john Mul- downey, Edwin Nyman, Thomas Perry, Xvilliam Plesscher, Lyle Prenzler, Henry Staack, Lee Stevenson CHICAGO CAMPUS: Tap Row: Ruth Lewis, Anne Kevilufs, Louise Blackstone, june Fluegge, Angeline Howard Second Row: Yetra Davis, Margaret Earlenbraugh, Darleen Lawson, Patricia Hutton, Phillis Anderson Mwzlbwzr in aMlinlian in out-of-.flale borpilnlr: Vera Gould, Phyllis Mugge, Dorothea Moorshead, Pa- tricia Sheppard, Shirley Bunch lLLl Occupational Therapy was introduced as a curricu- lum on this campus in the fall of 1943, under the direction of Beatrice D. lfVade. 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 Ur- bana campus, and four in the College of Medicine in Chicago and afliliating hospitals. On November 19, 1944, this curriculum was accredited by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. Illi-Sota, the official name of the Illinois Student- llllil monthly meetings to acquaint its members with each other and with the activities of their future profes- sion. Similar organizations exist in the majority of the seventeen accredited schools of Occupational Therapy throughout the country. At the present time Hfteen students are registered on the Chicago campus taking the combined clinical and medical instruction, thus forming a division of Illi-Sota on that campus. The present oflicers of the Association are: jean P. Cassels, president, Betty Mae Willcinsori, vice- presidentg Louise Kremens, secretary, and Elizabeth Larrance, treasurer. Occupational Therapy Association, recognized as a campus activity in March, 1944, seeks through URBANA CA1l'1PUS: Top Row: Suzanne Spronz, jo Ann Zimmerly, Mary Lee Petty, Patricia Elliott, Virginia Cavins, Carmen Leonard, Thelma Bullard V Muriel Bedell, Grace Wiilslz Tbzrd Row: Blanche Popelka, Janis Adsit, Shirlyn Bold, Betty McClure, Marvel Eno, Mabel ValDez, Grace DeT:unble, joan Koehler Donna Benhow, Dorothea Dunlap, Dorothy Carl on Serum! Raw: Elizabeth Mine, Patricia Houlihan, Ciladys Liddle, Ruth Nelson, Betty Brothers, Shirley Erickson, Marilyn Coolidge Wlilma Johnston, Emma Wlalsh, Martha Thompson, Zella Argenbright, Beverly Lundegard ' Barium Row: Wfrllverta Anderson, Patricia Critchlow, Beverly Erven, Mary Lou Robinson, Helen Sieferman, june Stribling, Louise Kre mens, Frances Baker, jean Cassels, Betty XVildinson, Elizabeth Larrance, Betty Wlreeler, Shirley Esenther, Ann Cozza Ill PHI BETA Pl From the time of its first establishment at the University of Illinois, in March, 1902, Iota Chapter of Phi Beta Pi has held a key position in the student activities of the College of Medicine as well as in the national organization con- sisting of forty chapters located in important medical centers throughout the United States. ln addition to the opportunity of living and studying the science of medicine in close association with fellow students, the Phi Betas have found the additional advantages of freely discussing their work with members of alumni-both of the faculty and of the many practicing physicians'throughout Chicago. Thus is gained that certain insight to the profession which can be acquired from no text book, but is well at hand in the medical fraternity where alumni are frequent visitors and active in fraternity affairs. For many years Dr. Hugo O. Deuss has devoted much time in skillfully guid- ing the activities of the chapter in his capacity of faculty advisor. As a stimulus for academic endeavor and the maintenance of the responsibility for the upholding of the standards of the profession, such association has shown itself in the most commendable scholastic achievement of the members of Phi Beta Pi. Tap Row: james McCormick, John Brazos, Robert Braman, Donald Grieme, Raymond Brown, Morgan Meyer, George Martin, john Haskin, Harvey Spriggs, Howard Lagerquist, David Welsh, C. Whit Willson - , , Third Row: George Wilson, john Harges, joseph Kiely, Carl Berry, Banning Lary, Theodore Wagenknecht, john Camp, Gerald Maas, Robert McGinnis, William Edwards, Richard Deatrick, Charles Anderson A l l Semnd Row: David Wilbur, Gcrhardt Schottman, William Krauser, Leigh Roberts, .john Noble, Paul Pipik, Raymond Dasso, Charles VanDuyne, George Cruft, Dean Hauter, james Kiely, Richard Johnson, William Foultz, Donald Williams . . ' h V Bollom Row: John Benson, Robert Sexton, Wiliam Davis, Dil-enarck lhnen, Carl Olson, William Borgsmiller, Hushang J2lVId, Paul Goodwin, Manucher avid, Russell Zack, ames Flaherty, Doug as immerman, eon -tierton ' . , , , 5701.511 Panel: Richard Aflen, Norman Bos, William Buckingham, Allison Burdick, john Burdon, Major Darst, john Frymrre, Richard Hart, Richard Icenogle, Robert Lane, Louis Leone, james Linman, Forrest XVnodman lll PHI llllll IGMA Phi R130 Sfg'77ll'l, an international fraternity of forty-four active chapters in the United States and Canada, was founded at Northwestern University in 1890. Beta, the second oldest chapter, originated in 1894 at the College of Physicians and Surgeons which later was incorporated into the University of Illinois. Gamma Chapter, of Rush merged with Beta after the University of Illinois bought Rush Medical College. Beta Gamma now owns its own chapter house at the present address. Ever feeling that the chapter house is the medical students' "home away from home", Phi Rho has attempted to create a home-like atmosphere. Our meals are served family-style in the large comfortable dining room. After dinner the brothers assemble in the living room for a few songs or a friendly game of bridge to rest their minds for the long hours of studying ahead. VVhile scholarship is the main interest of Phi Rho Sigma, the social needs of its members are not neglected. Phi Rho holds numerous stag parties and alumni reunions for its members and also a monthly party and dance to which members of other fraternities are invited. Careful attention is given the freshman to enable him to successfully complete his most diHicult year of medical training. Upperclassmen lend every assistance to guide the freshman in his entry into the world's highest profession. Tap Rnw: Howard Christoferson, john lVIcLaughlin, George Shimkus, Raymond Yow, john Driscoll, julian Lorenz Stmley Bergquist Eldon Kctring Third Row: I. Leroy Schweitzer, john Coleman, Lawrence Nelson, Richard Tay'nr, john Kostelny, john Osborne Fredrick Shannon Seton!! Row: Robert Hansen, Parker Heath, Wlarren McKinstry, Richard Saavedra, Alan Hosler, Franklin Roemhild Carl Schroeder Harold Deabler Batlom Row: Michael Zampogna, F. XVayne Hollinger, Dr. C. I. Reed, Thomas Hass, Phillip Moore, Paul jarand George Socha Al1n Taylor Na! in Panel: Arthur Fischetf T. Richard Gregory, Leonard Kahl, Lloyd Ravlin PHI DELTA EP ILU Consul ..... . . .William Litchtman Vice-C 0113211 . . .... Robert Levine Chrmcellor .. .... Gerald Brussel Scribe . . . . . .Louis Rosenblum I-Iistorirzrz ..... . . .Bernard Dobrow Senior' Senator. . . . . .Richard Saxon S E N I O R S Top Raw: Richard Saxon, Ira Buclwig, Harry King, Milton Levin, Morton Goldman. Robert Levine, William Treiger " Strom! Row: jack Mnshein, Meyer Singer, Howard Hornstein, Walter Berman, Melvin. Chertack, Irwin Rosen, Marvin Henry, Howard Lieberman, Nlifilliam Lichrman Butmm Raw: Harry Kaufman, Filmore Schiller, Sheldon Dray, Bernard Dobrow, Marvin Rosner, Peter Segal, Sol Altscllul, Charles Goldenberg, Charles Alpern, Bennett Sherman Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell University in 1904, and the Illinois chapter, Alpha Alpha, was established in 1912. Pledges for the chapter are selected from the student body of the College of Medicine. Alpha Alpha chapter at the University of Illinois is the largest of the fifty-six chapters of Phi Delta Epsilon. Phi Delta Epsilon is well known on the Chicago Campus and is well represented in campus activities, having won Hrst prize for the best booth at the campus carnival this past year. In athletics it has always distinguished itself by continu- ing to hold the intramural championship in baseball for the past six years and by always putting contending teams in the touch-football tournaments. Scholastically, this group is well represented by such high-ranking seniors as Ira Budwig, Raymond Echt, I-larry King, Howard VVallach and others. llll Plll DELTA EP lL0 junior Senator . . . . NVilbert Liebling C lsief justice ......... ..... L eonard Sarnat Associate Chief justice. . . . . .Charles Goldenberg Associate justice ..... '. . . . .Howard Wallach Associate justice .. ...., Robert Weiss Finavzce C baimiaii. . . . .Ira Budwig UNDERCLASSMEN Top Row: Louis Rosenblum, Paul Gethner, Howard Wallaclr, Melvin Schwartz, Martin Pilot, Robert Wfeiss, Robert Green, Sidney Goldstein, Morton Schwartz, Harvard Ellman, Allen Postel, Irwin Goldstein h Third' Row: Robert Simons, Robert Bauer, Leonard Sarnat, Jerome Abrahams, Irving Greenspan, lsmah Share, jack Gaines, Burton Lasker, Darwin Kohl, Gerald Brussel Second Row: Lawrence Ruchman, Paul Baker, Walter Pincus, Bernard Zaleznak, Bernard Block, Gilbert Lanoff, Earl Lipton, Seymour Shapiro Bolton: Rllll'.' Robert Becker, Edward Goldberg, Elmer Kadison, Howard Russman, Marshall Minner, Leonard Dagovitz, Burton Levin William Lichtman, the consul of this group, is also the vice-president of the senior class and business manager of the Illini Scope, the Chicago Campus student publication. Sheldon Dray, one of the high-ranking seniors, is now the editor of the same publication. Numerous affairs are sponsored at the Chicago Illini Union by this group, including coke dances and luncheons. The annual Senior Farewell and Initiation dinner dance is the fraternity's out- standing social event of the year. Many lectures, at which outstanding per- sonalities in medicine speak, are also sponsored by this organization. There are eighteen faculty men in the College of Medicine who are alumni of Phi Delta Epsilon. Among them is Dr. Ben Lichtenstein, professor of neu- rology and noted clinician, teacher and humorist, who is the fraternity advisor. lll PHI Llllllllllll IIIIPPII Phi Lambda Kappa is a national medical fraternity founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1907. Alpha Alpha chapter of the University of Illinois was established in 1908. The fraternity has as its object, a brotherhood of jewish physicians actuated by similar ethical ideals, and as its goal-the fostering of fraternal fellowship, unselishness, an appreciation of obligation, tolerance, individuality and high scholarship. In addition to active and alumni membership, the fraternity confers honorary or faculty memberships on outstanding medical personalities. Among the 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 of the Schick test for diphtheria. At the present time the fraternity roll includes thirty-seven undergraduate chapters and five alumni clubs located in the larger cities. Over 11,000 alumni served in the armed forces of our country during the World War II. The oflicial publication is the Phi Lambda Kappa Quarterly and the official colors are blue and white. There are numerous members of Phi Lambda Kappa on the faculty of the College of Medicine and from these a faculty advisor is chosen. At the present time the faculty advisor is Dr. Benjamin Pearlman of the department of internal medicine. Members of the fraternity have been very active in other activities at the College of Medicine, having officers and representatives of the fraternity in Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary medicl fraternity, Phi Mu Phi, honorary music fra- ternity, The Illini Scope, student publication, student council and Union building committees. The present oflicers are: Herbert Grossman, president, Reuben Beezy, vice- president, Patrick Israel, treasurer, Harvey Gassman, secretary, Irvin Susman, sergeant-at-arrns, and Max Forman, alumni secretary. U . I - lflwlge Group - U Tggeggdiidinefliarris Busch, Irvin Susman, Gene Kaufman, Patrick Israel 'lop Row: Seymour Langer, Martin Asch, Morton Bramfon, Saigzlpci hlaxilgcl Third Row: Lawrence LeVine, Harvey Gassman, Arno Morulsky, Robert Lebow Bolfom Row: Morton Pmsky, Harry Garber, Sanford zner, xtc e assan Strand Raw: Max Forman, Reuben Beezy, james Solomon, Norman Frank, Max Small Borlorn Row: Joseph Fischoff, Max Perkins, -lay Schmidt, Herbert Grossman, Martin Swerdlow 112 llllllil lllll Nu Sigma Nu was founded at the University of Michigan on March 2, 1882 by six students, the 1l10St notable of whom was Will Mayo. This Alpha chapter and our own Eta chapter, founded ten years later at the University of Illinois, are both 'ffirstsn in professional medical fraternity circles. At the present time there are forty-one active chapters with a aggregate total of over 21,000 members. ln preparation for the arrival of the new class, extensive remodeling converted the chapter house into very comfortable living quarters for the members. During the course of the year, Fred L. Whitlark, Martin Koeek Ill, and Edmund M. Brophy became members of the national honorary fraternity, Alpha Omega Alpha. The faculty members, numbering eighty, were well represented at the annual pheasant dinner and also at the Christmas turkey dinner. Among those to attend were Dr. Kellogg Speed, professor of surgery, Dr. Ernest E. Irons, professor of medicine, Dr. Ford K. Hick, assistant professor of medicine, and Dr. John T. Reynolds, assistant professor of surgery. Other chapter functions including interfraternity dances, a campus carnival, several nights at the opera, and impromptu gatherings at the fraternity house, rounded out another busy year. The chapter ofiicers for this year were William G. Neilson, president, Edmund M. Brophy, vice-president, john H. McLaughlin, secretary, Robert D. Morgan, treasurer, Ralph D. Lowell, historian, and james D. Brown, custodian. . ' ' - ,' l 'X if ii' Top Rauf: james Hill, Mark Watson, john Anderson, james Dowell, Gordon Wales, Robert Fruin, Matthew Przywara, James Stokes, Frank jirka, Daniel Frawley, Robert Edwards, Robert Roth , ' Tbim' Row: George Gould, Edward Hays, john Wlacker, Sanford Blackburn, Wfilliam Dunn, John Schewe, james Brown, Richard Utne, john McLaughlin, Ian Smith, Crawford Hawkins, Jack Lukens .Yeronrl Row: Ra Thompson, Robert Reid, Robert Morgan, Charles Crown, Robert Markelz, Charles Blackwell, William,Tompkins, john Lowe, Theodore Zwemer, Douglas Daliienbach, james Nelson, Arne Schairer, Leland Noll Ballon: Row: Robert Gaspich, Bradley Sylvester, Francis,,Tenc2ar, William Dwyer, james Hines, William Pugh, Edwin Liebner, William Neilson, John jenicek, Thomas Wacliob, Fredrick Whitlark, jack Krejca, Carmen Paynter, Martin Koeck III Not in Panel: Edwin Brophy, Robert Kaufman, Roger Larson, Robert Gilmore, Gerald Modjeska, Ivan Montague, Wlilliam Andrews, William Casey, john Falls, Ralph Lowell, Allred Swanson 1 i ll3 ll LTA SIGMA ll LTA Delta Sigma Delta was organized as a fraternity on the University of Michigan campus in 1882. Rho chapter at the Chicago campus, University of Illinois, was chartered in 1901. The continual growth of the fraternity was marked by the addition of a new chapter this year, and the fraternity now has 32 subordinate chapters. Delta Sigma Delta is a professional fraternity organized for the benefit of member dental students, and in a wider scope for the alumni practitioners with membership in the supreme chapter. The supreme chapter is active in most of the larger cities of this country. Beyond our own shores it has world wide recognition by means of the continental chapters which were founded in 1923. Membership in Delta Sigma Delta is restricted to students and practitioners of the profession of dentistry who keep high standards of scholarship and strive toward scientific, ethical, and professional progress. Rho chapter of the "Delts" looks forward every year to its full and varied social calendar which includes the famous "Hobo" dance, the Senior Farewell dinner-dance, frequent house parties, and functions in co-operation with the Illini Union's social plans. Dr. Peter Wlodkowski is the faculty advisor. The ofiicers of the chapter are grand master, Marvin Carius, worthy master, Sherman johnson, scribe, William Schulte, treasurer, Robert Frost, historian, Anthony Malone, senior page, Louis Alessio, junior page, jerry Wilson, tyler, Keith Olsan. Top Row: Robert Dyer, Ernest King, jack Pcters,'Daniel Kozakiewicz, Everett Price, Delmar Rensner, Walter Chmiel, Phillip Pope, jerry XVilson, EdwardiHawkins, Edward Ramey, I Ernst Muench, Lawrence Frey h I , , Sefona' Raw: Paul Larson, Walter Bendinelli, Francis Fierce, Richard Postlewaite, Demeter Christof, Donald Iliff, Charles Shaner, Charles Blattmacher Bolton: Raw: William Schulte, Louis Alessio, Sherman Johnston, Marvin Carius, Robert Frost, Warren Vitt, Anthony Malone, Robert Randolph ' h Not in Panel: James Allen, Thomas Barber, Kenneth Beach, Larry Blanchette, Kenneth Bowie, John Cox, John Edwards, Edgar Gifford, Paul Glutch, Williaini Humble, Frank Koslicki, Ray Law, Martin Lee, Keith Olsan, joseph Rice, Nicholas Trapp I 1141 llll 'PAL T ll T CUUNUIL The student council of the College of Dentistry is composed of three repre- sentatives from each of the four classes and the president-elect of each class All representatives are elected by ballot by each of the respective classes. The functions of the council are those of promoting closer harmony between the administration and the student body, consideration and analysis of all student body problems with the administration, sponsorship of the annual Student- faculty dance and the general promotion of the welfare of the members of the student body in regard to their academic pursuits. The council meets once a month together with the dean of the College of Dentistry to discuss all business at hand. Special meetings are held when urgent business presents. The policy of student-faculty relationship is largely formed by the efforts of the council to present to the administration the students' view- points upon university matters for intelligent discussion and disposition. Top Raw: E. Gifford, J. Allen, B. Gilmer, T. Barber Third Raw: B. Cohen Serena' Raw: E. Muench, G. Stein, L. Alessio, M. Tanner, J. Noto Bottom Row: M. Carius, H. Watters, A. Malone, S. Busse, S. Johnston Noi in Panel: E. King A Elllllll PHARMACE TICAL ilSSllUlil'I'lll The aim of the A7IIC7'fCr'l72 Pbarmacezztioal Association is to unite the educated and reputable pharmacists and druggists of America in the improvement and regulation of the drug market, to encourage proper relations between pharma- cists, druggists, physicians, and people at large, to improve the science and art of pharmacy, to regulate the system of apprenticeship and employment, to suppress empiricism, to uphold standards of authority in education, theory and practice of pharmacy, and to create and maintain a standard of professional honesty equal to the amount of our professional knowledge with a View to the highest good and greatest protection to the public. The American Pharmaceutical Association pioneered in the field of drug standardization and prevention of drug adulteration, in the establishment of state and national associations and in promoting pharmaceutical education,Qregistration, legislation, and reciprocal licensing. The organization led in the development of the United States Plaarwzacopoeia and in the establishment of the National F ownulmfy, and in their adoption as governmental standards. Since 1934, the A. Ph.A. has maintained the American Institue of Pharmacy in VVashington, D. C. with a complete oHice and staff whose personnel is con- stantly being enlarged. At the Institute there is a thoroughly equipped laboratory, reference library, and historical museum. Student membership is provided for students of pharmacy in those schools and colleges which maintain student branches. The student members have all the privileges of active members except that of voting, and become active mem- bers upon graduation. uv Top Razr: Herbert Retzky, Harry jablonski, Raymond Haraburda, Warren Moscinski Filtb Row: Harold Gillman, Aaron Kaplan, Raymond Dauphinais, William Berkm Ffmrlh Row: Lester Weitzman, joseph Satter, john Kramer, Leo Styzen, Clarence .Paciorka Third Row: Gloria Bell, Frances Fenton, Sister Mary Hortensia, Sister Mary Damian - Serena! Row: Betty Knauss, Clara Verges, joan Chan. Virginia Stoyas, Carol Wengelewskil A - I 4 Boltom Row: Mr. Lewis E. Martin, advisorg Betty Grembowicz, secretnryg Rena ohe, vice-presidentg Doris Hill, president: Arnold Rife, treasurer Top Row: James Yardley, Ralph Conley, Williani Prelletz F0lH'llJ Rauf: john Kramer, Wfarren Moscinski, Raymond Haral:urd a, Alexander Boggio Third Raw: Harry Jablonslci, Raymond Dauphinais, Leo Styzen, George Uehrke .Yeroml Roux' Leslie Hilsenhoff, Everett Smith, Robert juby, Clarence Pariorka BIJIIUIII Roni: Rudol h Schobert, Dr. Lewis Martin, Carl Langenbahn Nm in Panel: Carl Cg'Lcary KAPPA P I Kappa Psi is a national pharmaceutical fraternity founded in 1879. For the past few years, however, the membership of Kappa Psi has been at an all time low due to the war. From the beginning of 1945, there has been a decided increase in membership since more eligible men are attending the College of Pharmacy, and since old members are returning from service to take up the profession where they left off. The ma- jority of the activities of the year has been confined to pledging new members and a general reorganiza- tion of the fraternity. We have held two smokers during the year to foster a more genuine interest in the prospective pledges. Friendly card games and dis- cussions carried over the professional fraternalism offered by Kappa Psi. Virgina Stoyas, Clara Verges, Gloria Bell, Rena Lohc, Frances Fenton, Betty Knauss, lrcne Nowak LAMBDA KAPPA IGMA 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 Chap- ter, third oldest of the 26 chapters, chooses its mem- bers from among the students in the College of Phar- macy on the basis of scholarship and character. Chapter activities involve tradition, social work, and fun. There are plays and programs for the children in the Research Hospitals. For fun, there are beach parties, theater parties, hell week and chatter sessions. Chapter ofhcers are: Clara Verges, president, Gloria Bell, vice-president, Betty Knauss, secretary, Frances Fenton, social chairman, and Irene Nowak, treasurer. ll Top Rauf: Netajean Broome, Mona Rose, Charlotte Herman, Anne Woestenburg, Mary XVieczorek Fourfb Row: Mildred Ash, Mary Richards, Camille Hill, Loraine Blanksma Frances Schaar Third Row: Catherine Wise, Gemma Ferrari, Clarita Faul emma' ite'-'eds Second Roux' Gloria Hilker, Cyril Cohen, Jeanne Kehoe, Naidine Pracyk, Elizabeth Brumbaugh Fir.rlPRorf':R fret? Rusteberg, Mrs. Englejohn, Carolyn Esberner, Lillian Goldman, Mildred Polniaszek, Dorothy Tatter, Marjorie Naylor, ear er e Noi in Pam'l: Elsa Beuttner, Ida Brechtel, Bessie Lendrum, Joann Miller, Mary Jane Otten, Ann Van Dyke, Helen Wfillner i Alpha Epsilon Iota is a national fraternity of med- ical women-both students and practicing physicians. There are 22 active chapters in medical colleges in America. At the University of Illinois, Delta chap- ter was founded in 1899. Numbered among' its alum- nae are many able medical women. This year with 68 active members it is one of the largest chapters. Oliicers are: Lillian Goldman, president, Marjorie Naylor, vice-presidentg Mildred Polniaszek, record- ing-secretaryg Pearl Reiffel, treasurerg Fern Rusteberg, corresponding secretary, and Carolyn Esberner, sergeant-at-arms. 1 'l'op Row: J. Linman, F. Maher, J. Benson, C. XVunch, F. Wliitlark, H. Busch, M. Koech, R. Worchster Scfcond Row: A. Motulsky, P. Reiffel, A. Tenne , H. King, J. McLaughlin, H. Wallach, R. Echt Barlow Raw: R. Levin, J. Solomon, R. Hart, Budwig, N. Flaherty, M. Richards, S. Dray Not in Punel: T. Auerbach, R. Brophy, R. Schlesinger Alpha Omega Alpha is a medical honor society, membership to which is based upon scholarship. Each year the senior class is represented by eighteen stu- dents and the junior class by six students. At the present time, 47 chapters in medical schools of the United States and Canada have charters. The original chapter was founded in 1902 by Dr. William ll H. Root at the University of Illinois. Dr. Granville Bennett is the faculty sponsor and Dr. Warren H. Cole is the honorary advisor. Officers for the present year are Ira Budwig, president, Neil Flaherty, vice-president, Robert Schlesinger, secretary and treasurer. Top Razzz' S. Dray, M, Hochhauser, I. Budwig, R. Priest, E. Ros ell Harm-nz Roni: XV. Dwyer, V. Guynn, H. Garrison, E. Bone, T. Wfaaenkneclit. P. Harris, H. Xvright Nur Ill Pruwl: R. Green, J. Kiely, J. Kowalski, B. Lendrurn, A. Norbut, A. Postel, M. Swerdlow MEDICAL 'I' IIENT C0llllllllL The student council of the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois, an organization consisting of elected members from each of the four classes and special representatives of certain student organiza- tions, is the student governing body of the college of medicine. Its purpose is to consider the welfare, edu- cation and individual problems of the students. In carrying out its functions, the council co-operates closely with the administration and the faculty. l Taj: Row: B. Kinsman, R. Biggs, G. Pacini, P. Parker Fourlb Row: P. Grite, B. Lary, R. Edwards, R. johnson, A. Swanson, V. Gwynn Third Rom: L. Roberts, R. Yow, J. Coleman, C. Van Duyne, YV. Streckcr, M. Alexander, R. Reid Second Row: R. Morgan, j. Ferry, H. Wriglit, W. Dwyer, R. Buckingham, N. Flaherty, T. Devlin Bottom Rauf: J. Flaherty, 1. Vifainwright, R. Zack, Dr. P. Bailey, Dr. XV. H. Cole, J. Kiely, E. C. Bone Nat in Prmcl: T. Richard Gregory, P. Harris, j. Lorenz, j. McLaughlin, A. Maimon, H. Michaels, B. Sylvester, F. Vlloodman Pi Kappa Epsilon is a professional honorary fra- ternity composed of men elected by popular vote from medical fraternities on the Chicago Campus, and from the medical faculty of the University of Illinois and Rush Medical College. The fraternity was founded in 1921 at North- western University Medical School with the Beta Pl llllllllll El' ILO Chapter being founded soon after at Illinois. Bi- monthly dinner meetings feature discussions of cur- rently popular and vital medical questions led by guest speakers. The officers are E. Chester Bone, president, James Wfainwright, vice-president, james Flaherty, secre- tary, and Russell Zack, treasurer. ll9 T011 Row: Barnett Cohen, Albert Spiro, Joseph Raskin, Sameus Marcus, Lawrence Horowitz, Arthur Dunn, Albert Dolin, Sol Gold- man, Gorshin Mann Secoml' Row: Phillip Green, Alvin Altman, Arthur Molay, Stanley Simons, Morris Penefsky, Marvin Walovitch, Robert Laff, Arthur Gauss Bollnm Row: Phillip Bloom, Bernard Cohen, Burton Reizner, Jules Hazelkorn, Lester Kahn, Sidney Sircus, Jerome Noskin, Gerald Asherman I . No! In Pzzmflr Marvin Jacobson, David Rumack Alpha Omega was organized at the University of Pennsylvania in 1910, and from then on has grown to be a professional fraternity extending to practically all of the dental colleges in the nation. The Alpha Alpha chapter at Illinois, organized in 1928, is one of the largest and most productive chapters of Alpha Omega. Aside from 'the cultural aspect, there are various ALPHA UMEGA social functions held, and the fraternity has achieved. an excellent record in the athletic Held as well. The officers for 1945-1946 are: chancellor, Lester Kahn, vice-chancellor, Julius Hazellcorn, treasurer, Burton Reizner, recording scribe, Alvin Altman, cor- responding scribe, Bernard Cohen, chaplain, Gerald Ascherman, and historian, Jerome Noskm. 1 Tap Row: XValter Sperry, John Gilmer, Robert Elwell Serand Raw: James Greco, Harry Watters, Victor Esbensen, Larry Larsen Bottom Rauf: Frank Higgins, John Wersching, Alan Cerney, XVayne Stevens, Stuart Busse A l I Not in Panel: Robert Arnold, Joseph Krupecka, Thomas McCullough, John Pracyk, Robert Sirimarco, Richard Sword, John Zur P I UMEGA Psi Omega was organized in 1892, and at the present time has thirty-four active chapters with a total mem- bership of 18,630 members. Beta Alpha chapter at the University of Illinois consists of twenty-live active members. The chapter resides in a fraternity house at 312 South Marshneld avenue. Officers for this year 120 are Alan Cerney, grand master, Phil Wersching,junio1' master, Francis Higgins, secretary, and Wayne Ste- vens, treasurer. Among the faculty are such noted alumni as Dr. Tylman, Dr. Bazola, Dr. VVach, Dr. Kwicinski, Dr. Bone, Dr. Besic, Dr. Dusek, Dr. Underwood, and Dr. Eckert. Sheldon Dray Erlilof I William F. Lichtman BIIJIIIEJJ Manager Ojicial Student Pzzblicmfioiz of the Uviiversity of Illinois, Chicago Cfmipzis EDITORIAL STAFF Editor of the Illini Scope is Sheldon Dray. Associate editor is Sol Altschul. Feature editor is Herbert Grossman, art editor, Morton Blatt, dental editor is Anthony Malone, pharmacy editor, john O'Leary, medical editor, Isaiah Share, women's editor, Mar- jorie Naylor, and faculty editor, Dr. Carlos I. Reed. Editorial associates are: Rowland Brandwein, Rich- ard Buckingham, Leonard Dagovitz, Robert Dooley, Arthur Dunn, Simon I-Iorenstein, Earl Lipton, john Lowe, Martin Pilot, Allen Postel, Kay Price, Law- rence Ruchman, Phyllis Saxon, and Richard Saxon BUSINESS STAFF - Business manager of the Illini Scope is William Lichtman. Associate business manager is Charles Al- pern. Advertising manager is Edward Goldberg, while Leonard Sarnat is circulation manager. BOARD OF CONTROL Dr. Walter J. Camp is chairman of the board of control. George R. Moon is secretary of the board, while john E. Millizen is treasurer. Faculty repre- sentatives are Dr. Robert G. Kesel, dentistry, Dr, Lester Dolk, pharmacy, and Dr. Frederick C. Len- drum, medicine. Illini Scope editor, Sheldon Dray, and business manager, William Lichtman, are also on the board of control. Taj: Raw: Dray, Grossman, Blatt, Postel, Pilot, R. Saxon, Samat, Alpern, Dooley, P. Saxon, Dr. Reed, Lichtman Boiron: Row: Ruchman, Lipton, 1 Brandwein, Goldberg, Kohl, 1 Dagovitz, Altschul, O'I.eary 121 Top: Student Social Committee. SL'L'0lI!!'.'. Union Bluilding Friday night coke dance. Third: Student MUSIC3llCOmmlflCC. Boriorn: A string trio plays at a student noon musicnle. 122 lllllllllllll ILLINI lllllll The Chicago Illini Union is the center of campus activities in Chicago. The Student Social Committee and the Student Music Committee help in the planning of all-campus activities in the Union, such as the Music Committee's newly innovated "Stu- dent-Faculty Music Master's Quiz," and the Social Committee's "Campus Carnival," the "Fall" and "Spring Formals," the Coffee Hours and Friday Night Coke Dances. i The Chicago Illini Union Board consists of three faculty representatives Cone from each collegej and three students Qone from each collegej, an alumni representative and the ex-officio members-Manager, Social Director, Director of Physical Plant and the Business Manager. All major policies for the Union Building are determined by the Board as well as being respon- sible for the activities of the student committees. SOCIAL COMMITTEE-James YVainright, Chairman, Law- rence Ruchman, Eric Rosell, Joseph Noto, Gerald Ascher- man, Sherman Johnston, Richard Johnston, Leonard Dago-A vitz, Douglas Zimmerman, Thomas Wachob, Jeanne Kehoe, Lee Stevenson, Mary Moore, Ellen O'Donnell, Robert Kyle, Herbert Necf, Kenneth Beach. MUSIC COMMITTEE-Howard VVallach and Joseph Giosh, Co-Chairmen, Robert Green, Martin Pilot, Herbert Gross- man, Jerome Rowitch, Harold Goodman, John Schuman. DISPLAY COMMITTEE-Jim Dille, Chairman, Douglas Dal- lenbach, Richard Grayson, Mildred Ash,VRobert Randolph, Alonzo Tenney, lfValter Chmiel, Thomas Humble, Donald Williams. FACULTY- 'll IIE 'l ALL- TAR GAME Students and faculty of the Chicago Campus get together in an allestnr baseball classic. Upper Left: "Walter" calls balls and strikes. Upper Right: Dr C. A. johnson takes a cut at the ball. Center: Dr. Sam Levinson hits a fly. Lower Left: Dean Allen crosses the plate for the faculty team. Lawer Right The Army is represented as Maior Dallenbach, hencl of the Chicago Campus Army Service unit, takes his turn at bat. I 3 Helen Kunitz Phill. lc, USNR Ralph G. Rishel Ll. Cmdr., USNR Olffrzlr'-in-Charge All V-12 ll l'l' cllloluo CAMP , Uwlvlln wv ov ILLI ol DENTAL STUDENTS: Tap Row: Dyer, Wersclming, Miller, Kozlicki, Ramey, Tanner Bnilom Row: Cohen, Sorenson, Gilmer, King, Pittsch r was x ui.. . Q. iii' is ' , ww W 1 S , ip' M , -.'. 1 l' . 1 1 Q W I M 1 , 5: K ,. Q i -- 'i1,. L ' he , -gzzggzw M- uf' L, .4 1 1 v F4 ' y LW ' L ' 3' ' ' . J 4 1 L. K3 QQ . JZ. ' ', Y yy, : - if Ek xuu-1-1, If 'lg' f ' 4 ' jf mr I i-ZW? 1 . Q mm mf N, , . 41? , ,, 5 M, Eiiksf , , fam f 12,251 M" , Q 4 X , .f X .,'j,, 44, ,Q A - ,mu Jw, , mx f , ' 315 1, I ,x X P , 1, X ' L 4,13 ,L f. ,Q 1, 1 J An - ,i2a?..- ' 4. ' X U 1' , L - ' tv Q' l J .ez a ' V ' - L" - L- 41. .1 ' nw " 2 A 3 fmvgl , flu -2. ., gy -ff , 1. , -rw ., v -.sv 1 irvljg., wg . lg f -ll "gg 'F I 5,4 hui, u w ? ' fr, A,-1' V . . ,., . W ry v - S -5. Q ,f .if , Lx , .1- sg 1 'f , ll iqlg 5 ij Q i lv v lg? ,, e 'iff .X I wa - 1 .YT X , f A 3 f i I In '- Sw . ts , gy.-.4 ,W ,Iv-was luizdq - " fl A 1 K ' Y is : b A , xiii? -ug.: QW- lf- 1 j- fi 5 ' ' . -'S K ' -Y'-1-1-1 Y' . - I "a ' t' J SJW -U-,1 ' X :ii ff. . X ':'?', -X ,A .4 ,L-wx 'N ,gg xv F -:si -' ' ' YL' - 5-P w H M ' 4 Upper Right: Professor Emig bobs for apples at the Frosh-Soph Pharmacy Party. Center: The harvest ct medicinal plants at Cook County Vegetable Experiment Station, Des Plaines, Ill. Lower Rzghl. Leisure-time spert at the Union Building pool tables. ..,,.- . V isle 1" . R' - . i I F .. .,,. ,gif si I Upper Left: Gracious Betty Bullwinkel, Union Building social direc- tor, presides at a Union Building coffee hour. Cerzler: The Dreamer -Bob Neicdly the day before an histology final. Lower Left: Dr. Gerlach and dental students around obviously pleased patient in childrcn's clinic. 129 V-E Day, May 7, 1945. Dean Allen addresses Army and Navy students. Army ASTR Football team. 1 mmol UNIT Intramural Football game between Army and Navy units. Na vy V-12 Softball team Y ..Q,f' Top: Major Dallenbach inspects the ASTR Unit. Boifom: Sack time in the Army barracks V-J Day on the Chicago campus, August 12, 1945. l ACTIVITIES 1 ILLI-Nolsm vw 'V' f II UIMPUS LEADERS 4 lu ILLINI Bmums Q lv swnmw Inmlwlswmlow S 'Q A v UNIVERSITY wowmw QV? W VI PUHLIUITIUNS 5 x 9 vu STAGE, uowcmw, mn Music ' gd VIII THE SERVICE III ILLIIIIIIIS 9 ' IQ' 4.5 I LI I I OQL A' K 'E T- Nzzlg X 5 Fu, 5 Klllkx-5 .....I' .. .......J "-'J 133 9 Qsy f 9 ,Q, i '41, 3 I Q 2 .sf 4 We 3 - U r P4 I. - i ,' ee- E -'E f -4 Qt, 2 l i ,G rLF o 2 y i ul 6 134 4,99 'Q ILLI- 'UI ll LISTEN, YOU CAN HEAR IT... ! Shouts of greeting everybody back .... trudge of xx eary feet going through registration .... ringing of cheers at pep rallies and football games hearty and unfamiliar voices on Dadls Day and Homecoming crackle of flllen leaves .... shufile of cards from the porch before Injun Summer IS gone Thud when the ball hits the back board and drops through the basket voices raised in song at the University Sings clump clump of the heavy boots on snow packed down the broadwalk ring of silver blades at the Ice Rink .... melodious strains of Christmas Carols ringing through the cold night. Laughter and chatter of people riding bikes on a lovely lfizv Sunday aftei noon .... crackle of Hre at the traditional Illini picnics patter of the everlasting spring rains .... hum of all the activitx Mothers Dav Week end .... rustle of full skirts at the spring formals shouts of congrfltula tions when the honoraries are announced . . silence of studxing for Hn lls . . . . between sun baths. It's llli-noise! 135 E NIR BALL SENIUH BALL CUMMITTEE Silling: Thelma Bullard, Co-Chairmen Jim Craven and Lois jean Witter, John Gregory Sfandm : Mar Alice Lambert Anne Hoi Indy Powell, Dottie Collier 8 Y No! in Panel: Audrey Simpson Senior Week Committee C0-Chairman: Dick Kosobud Julie Rochow Committee: Renee Maruzczak Luverta Nipe Gloria Dana Stanford Kaatz Mary jane Little Romona Lubejko Barbara Atkinson Helen Hurd 136 UTHER UDMMITTEES Senior fl467lZ07'iL1l Committee Senior Cap and Goftwz C 014fz1mttee Chairman: Chairman: Wanda Zimmerman Mary Anne Allen Committee: Committee: Mildred Young Don Hallberg Bettie Sinadinas Annis Steinley Bob Bohon Edna Patton Roberta Polk Carol Andich julie Morgan Richard Sheppard Anne Butler Ethel Hureirch Geraldine Spitz S. Sherri Becker Kathryn Peterson Adell Dobson Charky Aaron jerry Bartz THE Jlllllllll PIRUM Spring in December, 47's Fniztaxy was the theme of and took her throne surrounded by flowers and palms the junior Prom Friday night, December 7, with the Her attendants were Barbara Gilbreath, Alpha Phi music of Glenn Gray and his Casa Loma Orchestra. and Shirley Wright, Cagle Hall. Joanna Cavenee, Chi Omega, was crowned queen 13 0Pll0MOIlE C0'l'lLLl0 THE comma UUMMITTEE l l 1 fnf- wsQ,i?2Eis,f1, x Left in Right: Mary Mac Laughlin, Mary D. Kruh, Marilyn Unmacht, Helen Wolcott, Bunny Easter, Alice Gamer Betty Ann Romm Marye Skelly, Beverly Hafermzln Tommy Dorsey's coming to Huff Gym, April 27, 1946 for the Sophomore Cotillion made it an out- standing success. The skyline backdrop behind HT.D." and orchestra gave most of the dancers the feeling that this dance was somewhere out of Cham- bana. FRE llllllli FRULIU "joe College" and his freshman friends met in the Illini Union Ballroom, March 15 for the Freshman Frolic. The Freshman Council sponsored the dance with Mimi Buckley, chairman. The theme "joe College" was adapted from Marvin Litman's prize- winning cartoon and Milton Caniff's Hot-Shot Charlie was an honored guest. 1 S The Queen and Her Court Miss Georgianna Baker, Alpha Omicron Pi, reigned as Queen of the Inter-Fraternity ball held April 6, 1945 at the Urbana-Lincoln. The music was pro- vided by Ben Bradley's orchestra. Under the direction of joe Warren and his committee, the ball was a memorable affair. Annis Steinley, Marilyn Snndquist, Georgianna Baker, Queen, Wee Daniel, joan Nolan THE COMMITTEE AND THEIR DATES 140 Eric Ekstrom, jce Warren, chairman, Gene Emery, Bill Wasserman, Vedat Urul, Joan Campbell, Delores Teh-ison, Mary Bennett, Elaine Glass, Mary Stevens V V -- -N Y-.,-5 , A ' ' .,d,..-, .r-........ i5 .,.,,,..f,,.,,,. - WA'-M -wi - M W... , ..,, 1 .. . , - " -'nQ'f-',1- 7 -5'-Z: -,?,':-,WLT ' 1' fix wi .Q:, .-- ,. ,re i ,. . - ,,,. ..--,ui ,- :f7,,i'i" W1 'A 2 3-3-,:.,5+2w , g,gj,, - rt, . . - .:' -... at sr:.cfm.-.:.'svg.a'.z'g2 41 N l'.e:.,Z,am:2f f- 5'5" f. Dedication of the University Airport 'Slit xi i The Marching Band Returns President Willard and Officials Alpha Phi, second place, sorority decorations The Granada Club, first place, independent men's decorations AKI., first place, fraternity decorations Run! The Phi Psi Winners! umm.- yy.-S, SAX Talkin' it over That Tri Delt, A 70 combination We all study "Annexolog,y 14 Punch I Commun's Christmas Dance Illio Beauties Carl Sandburg Judging Illio Queen Candidates 143 ,Q FLM 35? H , . NC- P , , A .Y 4 I Q41 J., 'sf " X :LQ V ,J "', " 4-,f...,g.+. 'ik 35, TAC' V, 431 H .. 1.1, v ,2:,l! "I auf 1 in 1 'H M s-, xx , ' lr , 4 1 af, A A f l 'rr 10' I u W- I I Y ,vs- iu' M L , Y I -V'- lsw 'fi fx x- fiwzfx- - . ,, 4 .J f Gy av ,QfQ 5 .. fx J tx -15:3 5 -w yu. 1 f if 5 .- -' 4 1 ' A ,svn -ar Q .,. V.. W Q is 1 J ' .W ,,,, ,,, if Y 13, '. ,. 1 , . -f , ,vkalkf H W T' s A. ii 4,4 ,IJ 1 52? '- 1. H.. 'Y G. ,. J f , PEIIPLE A n moms 9 I Cl b 1 Sc tcmber through Sep Upper Iefl' Surprise! Lipper Cr-nferx Brewing up something. llpper Ritlililf Comin' to buy candg. Midrle Leif: xarn an., dl I "Aft noon c assroumf' Lower Left: pring Sport. Lower Right: Hi mere! tember. -Mrddle Canlcr: Pctie and Mary Anne. Mid e Rig JI! cr Upper Lvfl: "Want the Illini?" U1fer'RiglJI.' "Nope, the Illio" Midde Left: Delt's Brid e CH Game Middle Right: Boosting 'lim Tom sales Lower Lelt: They're not looking for the bus Lou'erRigb1: Mike! 146 ,,,....-f- Upper' Riglvf: Goodies for class Upper Left: "Studying at the Libe" Middle Rigbr: Between classes at Lincoln Hall Middle Lrft: Paper, Mister? Lower Rigbl: More forms than the Army! Lower Lefl: Bette, Bob, and Spring Fever I4 UAMPI Lllllllllll THESE ARE THE CAMPUS LEADERS .... ! They are a few chosen men and women capable of leading others because they are outstanding in whatever they do .... scholastics, activities, and honoraries. They have wisely supervised campus publications, athletics, enter- tainment, and the government of the student body. Because they have learned the "spirit of co-operation" which is so necessary for a successful life, they have guided and inspired undergraduates so that they are eager to become "leaders" The spirit and success they have brought to the University has helped it become one of the outstanding colleges in America. They have worked eagerly, diligently, and well to attain the high offices they hold. Yes, these are the campus leaders .... they have given and so they have received. Pictures by Garland B. Fletcher Ill 149 1 1, 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 5-Z M- - -V .-Y,,,,:xL.1...........,...-K,L-1.-.--gif, 1 1 1 1 ,Y-A -J JJYL- L-7-f---0,77 Y 7 W- J? 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 I 11 11 ' ' 1, 1 1 Q1 1 1. , 1 1 .1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 11 11 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Dana Stewart . 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1. 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Allene Eberle C0-Manager, Sldf Caurxe I5 l l, ,li V ll N, x 1 l 1 l 1 l ' fl R' l ' "A" A"""" ' l 4 f ll l l ll l l l E' I' lu 'l llzilil ,!ll5i' yffll fwllll zlllll fllwl llilg l. iljljl ll y l l 1 l 5 1ll'l I if U Q l 9-PQ? l l 1,igil Tii1 liifj Q 5 1 I L Ralph Serpico Caplnin, Varxily Football Barbara Clayton Eelifar, The Illia Sam Kina Editor, Tbe Daily Illini PRX f T, --Y..-.. ,i ,.4.4Y ,,,, , ?,TA,, , . , ,,, 4,, , Y, -Y, Carol Schnffner A,rfi.rlfml Erlilor, The Illia Elcn nor Pickett W W f W W W W W W , W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W I W W W W . , W W W W 1 ' W W W W ' W W 'W 2 'W 1 W WW W W W 1 , W W W W W W W ' I W ,W W W W - W WW W WW W WW , W R 'u 1231, WW W W W W I 'W WQ Wi 'W WW W W W W 'W W W W , WW ' W tg' W W i Betty Stubblclicld Dirvrlor of Renmliolz, Illini Uuiun Board You Thomw Dneriof a Dame! llllm U71l0!IBfIll7!l l3n.rim'.WJ Mazmgvr, Tlx' Illia Jack Burmaster Vllrllly Bfuketbzzll 'D' Mary Mnushnk Vfre-P1L'.ri:l1'llf, IV,C.S. W2 Bob Phelps Captain, Variily Track Jo Ann Pgrging - General Mmmger, lllzm Theater 6111111 Mary Stevens Co-Mmmger, Slay' Cnmxe I Ti ! -a N 1 Cl mf W F ph 1 ls Q J T T1 V i W1 ER W ls I I i n ,n E r jenn Howerton Edna: The Dmly 1111111 v fi ll X4 '5 i I Y U Ti 1 N! H L i W L 1 V w v ff a I v w E I H p 1 5 u , I 1 U 4 F. l w W 5 N N 1 i a n K W. r i ! x 1 Herman Landon G'c'11e1'nlilIm1r1ger, The Illia T I ' Jini ,Seiler Vdniiy Iimleelball 4 4 4 , 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 , 5 4 ' I 4 4 4 '4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 F 44 4 , 4 4 444 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 l 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 , 4 1 44 4 ' 4 4 4 g 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 44 I 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ' 4 4 ' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 '- 4 4 f 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 4 44 4 , 4 4 4 Marggarct R. Stewart Prexlzleui, W.G.S. Prdrident, Slndenl Senate 4 ' 4 4 4 Flora Beth case 5 4 4 4 Pmriderzl, l'.W.C.A. 4 4 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 ' 4 4 4 4 . 1uuu--- -- 4 4 4 sl - I' . 4 Q ' , ' ,I Joe LaPalombara ,Q ' M 4 Q Pfmflmr, M.1.1V.A. 44' 9 4 ' X' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ' 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 ' 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ralph Dralle 4 4 4 4 4 4 P4'f'Jirlvl1l, Y.I4I.C.ff. i 44 4 , 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ', 44 , 4 I 4 45 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4 4 4 4 4 4 34 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 7 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4: 4 4 4 4 4 4 f 4 ' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 Gordon Huke 4 Q , 4 fllblgfif A444,4,4gf4- 4 ' 4 ' 4 'A' '44 4" 'f' 4 41V A--Liv' if 4 4 W in V i i 4 .:,.2-m l k 4 4 Lg ig?-a Wrmivcfr , 7Y-M-KY-Y Yagi YY 777 YY-pkg' 4 1 4. 6.- 44 4 Y hm .,... M,4,wm,+ mfMuHf4 4 4 4 4 4 .F -loan Lippincott ' Pl'A'IldL"f1f, Pun Hzfllemr 7 X f . 0 55' 2:-. g ' 2 is 4 THE ILLl0 ll A Tlll smoilill BY CECIL ls. IIEMILLE JUST HOLD YOUR BREATH .... I Prepare to be dazzled! For months youlve been eagerly waiting to find out who are the fourteen most beautiful women on the Illini campus. You've watched the contest starting with 236 beauties, representing each house on the campus, narrow down to 56 in the first elimination and down to 26 in the second elimination. You've envied the faculty judges their job of picking the final twenty-six queens Whose pictures were sent to Hollywood. You gasped when you found that Cecil B. DeMille was to judge the final twenty-six pictures. You have waited a long time, but this is it. Prepare yourself! Here are ul! our queens! ,N 'r -A -K, 1 x Q: f Cf 1 4+ A , 2 tg, 'L Gaiam.: ,w ,IQ -.. mm 41 , lvl '15, 'fx ' -i":- fifff wg -, .1 1 : ttf , 'Hi 37-Fi 1 .Q .0-' - .. ' J. ,. if-.g f . '-'71r E1 ,w-:.?.C..u Wi ,, Jftrw " w. 1:5 ' " ' V-v., T17 ' Phil , ' 'FR -' Xfi- ..,, . 1'fF' ,!Ef' '- e 1 , 14 r-- , 1 Ju.v.:'q, ' . 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Social events, honoraries, and extra-curricular activities are all under the management of the twenty-one members of the Student Senate. Fifteen of these are chosen by the vote of the various classesg six are chosen because of their outstanding activities achievement. For seventy-six years this body has governed University affairs. The freshman class has a government of its own-Freshman Council. It is composed of ten members who are appointed by the Student Senate com- mittee. Dances, recreation, war, public, and special service departments all function under the Illini Board of Student Activities. To the campus Nbig-wigs" who have thus engaged in student government, we say thanks. Your interest has made service, social life, and scholarship UTLIC Illini traditions. ll' E-F., P 165 4 Tap Roux' Mary Manshak, Margaret Stewart, Nancy Kollman, Allene Eberle, jo Ann Perrin Doris Lev gl Y Ballon: Row: Mary Stevens, Mary Alice Lambert, Betty Stubblefield, Alice Koehler, jane jordan, Eleanor Pickett 6 Flora Beth Case Polly Kuby . x Allene Eherle Mary Alice Lambert Ml 'Q 5, Qt on in Bonn 2 B l ? Lyda Mae Eclce Doris Levy A Virginia Fedosky Margaret Ann Lewis Shirley German Mary Maushak jean Baysingei' Herron jo Ann Perring Elizabeth K. House Eleanor Pickett VVilma Jean Hurt Betsy Ross Lorraine lllich Mary Stevens jane jordan Margaret Stewart Alice Koehler Betty Stubblefield Nancy Kollman Rosanna Webster gm D 1 2. N 3 MA-WAN-lm ,Qi R SENIUII MENS IIUNIIIIAIIY SUUIETY ' 53- Walton Kirk Q P lle S Gordon Hoke ? R Wiedow M05 'Pllllllll Highlighting the activities of Torch this year was a tea dance given for junior-transfer Women and vet- erans. Another "Clean Your Closet" drive was also conducted to add to a successful year. Torch, activity honorary for junior women, does not have a limited membership. The constitution stip- ulates that it shall be "large enough to represent the junior class." The number of members has varied in past years from thirty-seven to fifty-five. OFFIC Presiderzt .... Vice-President .. Sememry .. Treasuvfeif . .. Y ' I l Founded in 1924, Torch chooses its members for their character, personality, and service to their ac- tivities and the University. A 3.5 all-University schol- astic average is required, and each member must have from twenty-six to fifty-six hours of University credit. Prospective members are recommended by the heads of seventeen major activities and their councils. The women are then considered by a council of twenty, who make the Hnal selection. ERS Bramlet . . .Catherine Palecek . . .Jacqueline Corman . . . . .Joan Clark Apr . W Top Raw: Mary Homrighous, Elaine Sell, Jayne Groves, Charlotte Krasne, Martha Swain, Marilyn Murray,-Lucille Magnusson, Mary McPheeters, Carol A cl' l, M ' B , , , . Third nR:ui': Dgifb?l1y el?-naphurst, Dolores Schwartz, Barbara Gilbreath, Joan Clark, Constance Franklin, Dorothy Johnston, Patricia ZOSS. Norma Zim- 1 rnerrnan, Caro Swanson , , . Serond Row: Joanna Cavenee, Kathryn Seed, Jean Ready, Margaret Waldo, Ruth Johnston, Jacqueline Gorman, Janice Baxter, Jacqueline Tatman, Mary B' l B b , . t l , , , . , ButtonirIgguflunlslargiligiiie Rietveld, Audrey Hufford, Dorothy Dolan, Mary Treflmnick, Elaine Sebastien, Anne Noble, Marion Bollinger, Roberta Polk, Catherine Palecek, Anita Turner Ili. l ACHIIIVI Sachein, established at this University in March, 1912, is a junior honorary for men engaged in extra- curricular activities. Each March, the active members of Sachem initiate si group of sophomores who have excelled in activities and who show promise of be- coming senior campus leaders. The men who are initi- ated remain active members for the following two semesters, and they are responsible for directing the various social activities sponsored during the school year. The traditional Sacheni sing is the most im- portant function sponsored by this group. The current active members and their activities are lfViIliam Butkovick, football, Eric Ekstrom, Inter- fraternity Council, Charles Francisco, Theatre Guild, Leo Gedvilas, baseball, Marce Gonzalez, track, john Haulenbeck III, swimming, William Heiss, football, Lloyd Ireland, M.I.W.A., Howard Judson, basketball, joseph LaPalombara, M.I.W.A., john Orr, football and basketball, Edward Planert jr., baseball, Thomas Sublette, Theatre Guild, Louis Thomas, Illini Union, Donald Wise, Y.M.C.A. OFFICERS President ...... ....... E dward Planert, jr. Vice-Presidevzt .... Sc'c1fem1fy-T1'c'nszz1'er. . . . . .Joseph LaPalombara . . .... Leo Gedvilas I Donald XVis:-, Eric Ekstrom, Charles Francisco, Edward Planert, joseph LaPa.lombara 169 HI-Al Since 1907, Shi-Ai has been an active honorary on the Illinois campus. Its founders chartered Shi-Ai at a time when the need to promote a truer friendship among sororities was necessary. With the same pur- pose in mind, Shi-Ai has continued to grow until it now holds eighteen sororities in its active membership. Each fall the active members of Shi-Ai have a supper party when plans are made for the selection of the two new pledges in each Shi-Ai house. During the follow- ing pledge period, the two new pledges must do their original stunts at all Shi-Ai houses. Since 1925, Shi-Ai has sponsored the inter-sorority sing which is always a colorful highlight of Mother's Day week-end. In connection with the sing, Shi-Ai sponsors a milk fund drive. The money received is used to provide milk for needy families of Champaign and Urbana. The girls of Shi-Ai play a significant part in uriiver- sity life by contributing their time toward university and community service. OFFICERS Preyidevzt .... . . .Kathryn Seed Vice-Presidevzt . . . . .Elaine Sebastian T1'eas111'e1' . . . . .Mary Treddinick Sec1'etr11'y . . . .Barbara Rowe YY N I new W T I 4 i, .,,.E,,,,w. , - V X Top LIipn1gi's I1-giliriaggilrkerRglgelrtghsgirvillgonw, Charlotte Krasne, Martha Swain, Jane Buescher, Elizabeth Easter, Elaine Sell, Mary Jo Heck, Rose Marie Fourth Raul: Mildred Phillips, Betty Burgess, Bette Bennett, Lois Bolle, Constance Franklin, Jayne Groves, Mary jo Wfedge, Helen Green, Mary Hum- Thirjgixlllfi Sigirieiis,EgelgyfaLziiiciIlYeCai2igiilnii:licII1IfJ1iIci:ii,dyEuElc:iig5IEElviilyand'Etthegoyen, Martha Holmes, june Bramlct, Nancy Brown, Bette Living- SeM3?nib,ESrhpllg11If5nEf0vI3:,ceB2gii1lg, I?gliii1?onqO?lrhii:llle1g?siJiif,JiGgourrglil:i2ih2indtes, Peggy O'Brien, Mary A. jordan, Margie Perkins, Margot Tick, Betty A. Battolifzjmlghfiqnligsrl-Emlrhikrghibr1egihi,0rX.n?1e2lSIoblg?Cieei-riugpeEiigl,1I?IoE'gn11Si'ii11g, 1hze3eryC1uiiS,d-Mary E. Mapes, Carla Heiss, Doris Shols, Mary Treddinick, Marian Patterson, Lila jones, Roberta Polk, jean Naramore, Margaret Kramer, Joanne Baysxnger, Wlandalene 'Ihompson , I ll Top Row: William Buster, Robert Richerson, Harvey Bunl-ce, Robert Bormann, Joseph Petrovsku, Theodore Frison, Donald Austin Serond Row: William Back, Gerald Lofquist, Walter Tucker, Wayne Foote, Robert Deneen, Clarence Zermer, Luke Harp Bolmm Razr: Richard Edmonds, George Platt, Kent Dittmann, Scott Fleming, William Grier, George Fisher iKULL itll URE UE 'l' OFFICERS President ,..... .... j im Corwin, Sigma Chi Vice-President .......... jim Carruth, Beta Theta Pi Secretiiry ...... Kent Dittniann, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Treasm'e1'. . . . . .Scott Fleming, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Skull and Crescent, a wartime casualty, was re- activated last spring when the first pledge class since 1944 was initiated. This year the membership has risen to thirty-six, only eighteen of the eligible twenty-five houses being active and sending their candidates. The fraternity has been gathering strength, and the second semester saw it reinstated on campus as a leading ac- tivity organization. The traditional Skull and Crescent pajama race was held this year under the guidance of the members for the Hrst time since the chapter became inactive. Another tradition, the Skull and Crescent dance, was held second semester. Skull and Crescent draws its members from out- standing activity freshmen from twenty-five promi- nent campus fraternities. Two men are elected by each individual fraternity, the idea being to promote good- will among the fraternity members. ll CLAS 0F I946 5 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Doris Levy, Vire-Prv.ri..'eul,' Lois Wfitter, Serrelury-Trmxlner5 Dann Stewart, Prm'if.'uf1l SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Murata Christ. Vive-l"re,mi:lea1lg Dean Robb, Preriderztg Martha Harry, Secremfg'-Treurllrer CLASS 0F l94 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Gene Erickson, Il'ife4Px'eJ'idenl,' Janice Baxter, Sucrefary-7'i'en.r11rer,' jim Cnrruth, Przfxinfeut Q.: SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Clare Olson, Vice-PreJi11'er1f,' Rogers Wfestlzlke, PreJiflez1I,' Norma Lee Wlhitton, sE6'l'6'fdl'j'-7'H':lJIIf6'I' CLASS UF I94 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Mary Lou Rohling, Ser1'elzrry-Treaffnca',' james Mohan, Pre.fi1lenl,' jean Lopin, Vite-PreJia'ent 44" 45 x SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Lois Link, s6'l'l'6'f!1I'jf'T1'0l11Tl4ffl'j Marys Skelly, Vive-Pre.fide111 Not in Panel: jerry Przsyen, Prcudml CLASS UF I949 -: . 1-mg, FRESHMEN COUNCIL Thomas Hemstrit, Mimi Buckley, Marilyn Murphy, Dorothy Mattcs, May Lou Stover, Katherine Morgan, Barbara Seaquist, George Ross, Rosalie McLaughlin Charlotte A en T E SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Kay Craft, Secrcfrrzry-Trenmrcr,' George Kouros, Preridenfy Dorothy Mattes, Vire-Prerizlem 75 X-if-fi Dana Stewart C balrman MEMBERS Dana Stewart, Clmirmmz Barbara Atkinson Rosemary Rahn Vern J. Hampton jack Rundquist Harvey W. I-Iuegy Margaret Stewart Karl A. VVindesheim TUBE T AFFAIIR A IIIT All Plllllll I0 UUNIMITTEE The Student Affairs Audit and Supervision Com- mittee supervises all general University functions and social events to which admissions are charged. It is a committee of the Student Senate and the Com- mittee on Student Affairs and is responsible to them. It is composed of five students selected by the Stu- dent Senate, one student and two faculty men named by the chairman of the Committee on Student Affairs, and its executive secretary, Dean Vern J. Hampton. The work of the Student Affairs Audit and Super- vision Committee includes approval of the date, place, and budget of the functions and events approved by the Committee on Student Affairs, and the printing, issuance, collection, and audit of all tickets. In ad- dition the committee is charged with responsibility for the patron and complimentary ticket lists as well as the distribution of invitations and of the compli- mentary tickets. All season passes issued to dances and the other supervised University functions are issued by the committee. X ,,, . .Ag 'Du Barbara Atkinson, Rosemary Rahn, K. A. Windeslieim, Dana Stewart, Margaret Stewart, H. W. Huegy, ,Tack Rundquist, V. J. Hampton Ili 'llllllll 'I' ll ATE FACULTY ADVISORS Brice Harris Harold W. Hannah james R. Shipley STUDENT OFFICERS Pre.vide11r ....................... Margaret Stewart ' Vice-Prexiderlt . ...Rosanna Webster Secretary ..... ...... -I ane Cover T1'eizs11re1' . . . . .james Mohan Margaret Stewart Pl'EJldel1l The Student Senate is composed of fifteen mem- This committee, likewise, must have the approval of bers elected by the undergraduate students of the University of Illinois, and ten ex-oflicio members who represent major campus activities. The purpose of the group is to promote the gen- eral welfare of the student body. Housing regula- tions, social events, campus activities, professional and honorary societies are some of the fields over which it has jurisdiction. No regulations can become ef- fective however, until the approval of the Committee on Student Affairs of the University Senate is secured. the Student Senate for any regulations it seeks to enact. The expenses of the Student Senate are paid from the Student Senate fund which is maintained by the payment of 1.5 W of the gross income from all dances under the supervision of the Audit and Supervision Committee. Standing committees of the Student Senate are Honorary Crganizations, Social Events, Extra-cur- ricular Activities, General Welfare, Elections, and By Laws. 1 l l Top Raw: Bernard Goldstein, Art Linclburg, joan Lippincott, Anne Hoit, james Bechtold, Dana Stewart, James Carruth, Joann Perring, Barbara Atkinson, Brice Harris, james Craven, joseph LaPalombara, Joyce Yarnell, Rosanna Webster, Marilyn Chapman Botlam Row: Betty Stubblefield, Barbara Crawford, jack Rundquist, Patricia Murphy, Margaret Stewart, jane Cover, Rosemary Rahn, james Mohan 77 OFFICERS: Top Row: Vernonllxwis, Bob Murkey, Eugene Stinson, James Montgomery, Hobart Harden Second Row: William Schopf, john Hohmann, George Simmons, Walter Nesteruk, Tony Tangalos Boltom Row: William Sacadat, Jim Keefe, jerry Dovrnvolny, Creighton Webb AMERICA LEGIU P0 'l' 909 On October 23, 1945, Post 909 of the American Legion made its formal appearance on the University of Illinois campus. The initiative in organizing this post was taken by jim Keefe, past president of Post 909's predecessor, The Illini Veterans of World War II, and jerry Dovrovolny, also a past "Illini Vets" officer. Since the presentation of the post charter by Na- tional Commander John Stelle, membership has in- creased in such great proportions that there will be an estimated 1000 members by the time this publica- 78 tion is released. Membership is open to all students and staff members who are honorably discharged vet-- erans of World War Il. In addition to the Legion objectives of the preset-- vation of the memories of the great wars and pro-- motion of one-hundred percent Americanism, the University Post voices the collective opinion of the Illini veterans to the University, state and nation. In the few short months of its existence, Post 909 has raised this collective voice for the maintenance of an accelerated academic program and for the re- instatement of an eflicient Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans. With the will- ing co-operation of University oHicials these things have been accomplished. The big problem facing the University and the Post at the present time is the pro- viding of adequate veterans' housing. The purpose of any American Legion Post is to preserve the memories of the great wars, to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America, and to promote and foster one-hundred percent Amer- icanism. With this always in mind, it is the primarv aim of Post 909 to help the returning veteran by pro- viding the proper amount of recogniton, guidance, and above all to insure him the right to express his opinion on all issues related to him. May the presence of the American Legion Post 909 at this University always be a symbol of freedom and a tribute to those who fought and died for this free- dom. Let us remember those who gave their lives in VVorld War II so that the students of this generation and the next may continue to enjoy the American way of life and learning, and should we fail to give the veteran that consideration he so rightly deserves, then, and only then will those who gave their lives have died in vain. VVith the returning' of more veterans to the campus, the membership and work of this organization will continue to expand in the coming years. ,! if r - 'J-cis.: .. -.r 19 joe LaPalombara, Preiidenl Arthur Lindburg, Vire-Prwideut John GYCEOFY, Secffiary Gene Erickson, Treamrer ME ' I lllll'lllllllE T Willlll ASSUCIATIU Bill Allen jim Bechtold Ward Besterfield Russ Burke Gene Erickson Dean Ferenbacher Bernard Goldstein John Gregory Robert jarrell MIWA unites independent men in a common. fel- lowship, furthers their interests, and promotes campus leaders. As signihed by its title, MIWA is the uni- fied group of wards distributed over the campus. Together with representatives from each organized house, the district chairmen of the wards form the collective group known as the MIWA Council. The Council meets weekly to formulate policy and to discuss problems common to all independent men. MIVVA's functions are threefold: athletic, social, lll Thomas Kubelius joe LaPalombara Arthur Lindburg jesse McClellan Robert Mellendorf James Mohan Jerome Prisyon Ralph Rossingnuolo Donald Roth and academic. An intramural basketball tournament is sponsored exclusively among the independent men's houses, the winner of which plays the I-F Council winner for the campus championship. Along social lines, MIVVA co-operates with W.G.S. in presenting the Animal Stunt Show. Dances and smokers are a part of MIWA's social agenda. Each year, MIWA presents a trophy to the men's house compiling the highest scholastic average. I Eric Ekstrom Richard Shepard Richard Kosobud Dean Robb I 'l'EllFlill'l'llll ITY Uflll CIL OFFICERS President ..... .... E ric Ekstrom. . . . . . Sigma Chi Vice-Presidevzt .... . . . Charles Nelson . . . ........ Zeta Psi Secremty ...... .... R ichard Shepard .. ..... Delta Upsilon T1'ea.vz1v'e1'. . . . . . Richard Kosobud .... Lambda Chi Alpha Sergeant ...... .... D can Robb ,... Alpha Kappa Lambda Faculty Advisor ...... Dean E. E. Stafford ...... Phi Kappa Tau The purpose of the interfraternity council is to govern all activities of all social fraternities on the University of Illinois campus. The council promotes general welfare and serves as a coordinating body between fraternities. Rules and regulations for the formal rush week in the fall are determined by this IF Council, and in con- junction with the YMCA, it sponsors a Pledge Ban- quet for all the new pledges. Each spring an IF Ball is held for all fraternity men and their guests. Some all-campus activities and entertainment may be attributed to this council. The traditional Pajama Race held each fall and spring is always a source of amusement at the expense of the pajama-clad runners. The Illini Union Pow VVow Dance was sponsored last year by the interfraternity council for the bene- fit of the Red Cross. The council does HOC limit its activities to these mentioned, but includes others for which it finds a need or which it desires. I I Y. ll. C. ll. SECRETARIAL STAFF Henry E. VVilson, Gevzeml Sec1'etfn'y R l l D ll -' - H E WI 1Pi:eiflder:ill C Iqathellue Tayllol Exgprihxe Secieiciiiy Howard A. Amerman M. Ian Coldwell William G. Black joe R. McArthur Laurence R. Cadwell Philip B. Morgan CABINET MEMBERS LaVerne Anderson Ralph Johnson Ralph Bushee, Jr. Myrill judy Willa1'd Brown Allan Mueller Robert Davis john Rundquist Ralph Dralle Dana Stewart Robert jarrell Paul Resorero Donald XfVise With the ICCUIH to the campus of hundreds of men from military and naval service, the Young Men's Christian Association of the University of Illinois has been greatly occupied, in its seventy-third year, with reconverting from a program of war-time activities and services to a program designed to meet the par- ticular needs and interests of the returning men. Two new stafjf members, one a women who is an experienced counsellor on Marriage and Family Re lationships, and the other a veteran who saw months of Pacific combat, are helping to develop the special post-war program. Student leadership of programs this year has been mainly in the hands of veterans, young men who have come back to resume their volunteer committee responsibilities, as well as their classroom studies. Donald XVise Rerordur 82 YMCA Building Robert Jarrell lfiff-Pfffitifllf Y.M.C.A. Cabinet and Committee Meetings 2 W i UNION BOARD: ,X Miss Irene Pierson, Sarirzl Direrlor, Illini Union ' ' Mr. George W. Goble, Rrerrdrlrit, Illini Union Bonn! i Dorothy Kelly Rupp, Pv'r'xm'z'i1I, Illini Union V w its FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES, ILLINI UNION BOARD: Miss Carita Robertson, Miss Irene Pierson, Mr. I. A. Berg, Mr. George XV. Goble Na! in Picture: Mr. C. E. Bowen j' R ' EXECUTIVE BOARD: I Sldllbfillgi Lou Thomas, Dorothy Bremer Sealed: Betty Stubbleneld, Dorothy Kelly DUPP, Nancy Kollman, Barbara Atkinson STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: Standing: Bob Bates, Dorothy Stron , Eric Ekstrom Seated: Mary Maushak, Marguerite iietveld I Noi in Panel: John Davenport, Tom Kubelius ILLI I UNIUN B011 1 4 Top Row: Tom Smith, Ralph Dralle, Gene johnson Semin! Raw: Barbara Tunnicliff, Dorothy Kelly Rupp, Marilyn Kafhe - Bollom Row: Dorothy Bremer, Patricia Schubert N01 in Panel: Betty Stubblefield,ABarbara Atlrrnson, Catherine Palecik, Elaine Selicovrtz, Gloria Lo- zano, Norma Del Diedrick, Alice Ann Walker, Ina Ruth Palman, Barbara Hubbard, Joanna Cavenee, Virginia Harlan ILLI I lllllllllll UUUNUIL The purpose of the Illini Union Council is to unify the functioning of the Union as a Whole. The Council consists of all the major chairmen and department di- rectors of the Illini Union. At the bi-monthly meet- ings of the Council each chairman reports to the group on the activities of his committee, and in this way the meetings serve to acquaint each chairman with his co-workersj It also gives him a concept of the over-all functioning of the Union and of the work of the other departments and committees. The Illini Union Board is the governing body of the Illini Union. Its function is to unify and co-ordinate student activities. Special days, events, dances, and student use of the Illini Union Building are under the jurisdiction of the Board. Any proiits from Illini Union functions are redistributed to the students in the form of free services and entertainment. The Illini Union Board consists of six student direc- tors who comprise the Executive Board, three faculty advisors, the social director and the manager of the Illini Union, the director of the Alumni Association, student representatives of independent and fraternity men and women, and the chairmen of publicity and office management. T011 Rom: Willis Snow, Lou Thomas, Bell Gollen, john Daneaper Secwzd Raw: Mandi Yaumans, Clare Olson, Nancy Kollman, Norma Lee Whitton B0fI07lZ-R0'1l!.' Marguerite Rietveld, Connie Franklin, Mildred Tarpley, Nancy Gray No! in Panel: Virginia Davies l 5 Lou AThoma5 Director This year's dance calendar has been crowded with formals, informals, and mixers. Unlike preceding war- years, tuxedos and tails have been donned for the occasions, to replace uniforms prevalent during the war. The Illini Union's Department of Dances has spon- sored mixers every Wednesday and Friday evenings. Before the mixers on Wednesday night there are classes in social dancing. These informal parties are planned to acquaint students. Sunday afternoons have been devoted to phonograph dances for servicemen. Club Commons, the student night club, gives SILI- dents a talented student floor show plus a smooth lLLlllll lllll0 nmrllmwi T or nl UE dance band. Club Commons hs been twice a month on alternate Friday nights, and there is always delight- ful entertainment, dancing and refreshments. "Never a dull moment at the Unionl' is the motto, and it is rare to enter the Building on a Saturday night when there is not at least one dance in full swing. The registration dance in the beautiful Illini Union Ballroom each semester gets the round of campus dances off to a wonderful start. The sponsoring of this and special dances with big-name bands consti- tutes a portion of the entertainment undertaken by the Department of Dances. K? fl a l I In l lv Major Clmh'men.' Nancy Gray, Norma Del Diedrich, Clara Olson , Bill Gollen I 6 DEPARTNIE 'l' 0F DA CE' Do you believe in Santa? ChI'1SfIl'lLlS Dnpcr: Vlrginizl Rec Club Commons :J Dorothy Kelly Rupp DiI'f'!'f0f The keynote of the success of many collegiate cele- brations is credited to the Department of Special Affairs, the behind-the-scene committee which ar- ranges all special affairs on campus. All-University Sings have been sponsored through- out the year at which time local bands and student entertainment have thrilled capacity crowds at the Auditorium. "Chief Illiniwekw-aa ne'er to be forgotten figure in his colorful attire, smokes the traditional peace pipe between the halves at the football games. This year's first peacetime Homecoming weekend brought to light many of the former beloved tra- ditional Illini customs. Most of the organized houses on campus Were beautifully decorated for the great lLLllll llllll0lll nvmili or PEGIAL umm event, and four gala Homecoming dances were held to accommodate the record-breaking crowds that flooded the campus. This year, for the Hrst time, the Homecoming Badges were shaped as novel wooden Indians, carrying orange footballs. Badge sales hit an all time high of 9000, a complete sell-out. Dad's Day and Mother's Day both are long re- membered by the parents as well as the students. This year, Dad's registered at the Union where they availed themselves of all the University's recreational facilities and attended the Dad's Day dance. Mother's Day was characterized by the traditional procession, the crowning of the May Queen, and the sale of corsages. Maryalice Youmans, Patricia Schubert, John Davenport, Virginia Harland Griffiths, Dorothy Kelly Rupp X8 Dad's Day Entertainment ,-1 .X .J ,y-A5 ' ,A 1 ,, . .r . i . -4-' -- - We N JH P,,,.-,!:i.,- ,. Dnd's Dny Peace Pipe Ceremony Homecoming Decoration Winners Pi Bela Phi Alpha Kfzpfm Lcllllblltl i 4 Cisrku ', 'z I 9 Betty Stubblefield Direclar The seven major committees of the Department of Recreation all work to make the Illini Union a center of recreational activities for every student on campus. Special entertainment is sponsored every week by the Friday Night Entertainment Committee. The Chess Club, a new attraction, was organized by the Tourna- ments Committee which is kept busy planning tourna- ments in ping-pong, bowling, billiards, bridge and checkers. For the lover of classical music there are ILLI I lllllllll HEPAHTME T or Il Ultimo daily music hours while popular music is provided by the Popular Music Hours committee in the Pine Lounge. At the Illini Town Meetings lively debates are held on subjects of special current interest to stu- dents. The Coffee Hour sponsors Student Faculty Coifee Hours every Thursday afternoon. The Social Forums acquaint students with proper social conduct and Illini convention. we 'T' 'Ky vu-4 Major Chairmen: Top Row: Virginia Davies, Elaine Selicovitg. -C athcrine Palecek Bollom Row: Marilyn Kaflie, Gene Johnston, Barbara Tunnicliff 190 95 gm I 51 5 5 Nancy Kollman Direflor Both students on campus and the general public are offered the services of the Department of Public Ser- vice. The six major committees co-operate to give service to all who come in contact with the Illini Union. The Guide and Travel Service committee sponsor and plan conducted tours of the campus for students and many visitors who come to the campus during the year. The Illio Services committee arranges for the dis- tribution of free Illios to over one hundred Illinois high schools. This year the compilation of the Illini ILLINI Ulllllllll DEPARTM T IIFP imc SERVICE Union Section for the Illia was added to this com- mittee's work. The Publicity committee has charge of all the publicity for the various departments in the Union. The clerical work of all the Union Activities is done by the Office Management committee, while information is provided at the Question Box on the main floor. At the beginning of each semester during Fresh- man Week, a gala Freshman Activity Night is held and is planned by the Orientation committee of the Public Service Department to help acquaint students with all student activities. 3 IF 3 Major Chairmen: Willis Snow, Marguerite Alice XValker, Marguerite Riebveld, Norma Lee XVhitton 192 llIlPzlllTME T 0F PUBLIC ERVIC '1 Mimengrnphing Service -J Service for Vctcmnsl 4 Publication Distrnbutzon Ringing the Union Tower Bells REGISTER T104 DANCE Publicity XVoz'k HUF? uYM 193 ILLI I IINHIN ' IIEPARTME 'l' 0F WAR lllllllllll J i l Barbara Atkinson Director The Department of War Service is made up of six major committees all working with this one aim: to help the service men feel at home at Illinois. This de- partment was created to give the coeds a chance in furthering the war effort. One of the outstanding events of the Illini Union, conducted by a committee of this department, is the Red Cross PowWow. It is a carnival affair in which twenty-eight student organizations participate. Danc- ing at Chanute Field is also sponsored by this depart- ment. Hostesses are transported to the Field by bus where they spend the evening entertaining the service- men. They also act as hostesses at the Field Hospital and at the local U.S.O. A committee of hostesses of graduate students for the Officer's Club has been added. Dances and parties are held on Sunday afternoons for the soldiers, sailors, and oflicers who come to our campus. During the War Loan Drives, the War Sav- ings Committee sold war bonds and stamps. A campus chapter of the Red Cross was started under the influence of the War Service committee. They take charge of rolling bandages, packing Christ- mas boxes, and entertaining the wounded Illini from the Mayo Hospital who are flown in for the football games. They also arrange parties for the married vet- erans and their wives on the campus. ' 5 xi. .i 'r Major Clmirmen: jean Reedy, Martha Armstrong, Constance Franklin, Ina Ruth Palman, Joan Campbell, Mildred Tarpley 194 IIEPARTME T 0F WAR ERVICE 1 . rv' Sweet Music Luncheon in the Federal Room Red Cross Parade Reception for Wounded Soldiers Do It Right 195 ILLI I IIIIIIIIII IIEPAIITNIEIIT or ALUMNI Armin ggi, . lj 1' D0fis5:i3:'f'm" The Department of Alumni Affairs is the newest of Illini Union Departments. Its purpose is to pro- mote relations between the Alumni-at-large and the students. Each committee has its own functions and works in co-operation with other university alumni organizations. Four students, one chosen from each class, have been elected to serve on the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Reviving latent traditions is one of the main aims of this department. The newest addition to Illini tra- ,,, . '-L' -Fir' ....4...:i ditions is "Sweet Souix", the Indian trophy awarded for the Hrst time this year to the winner ofthe Illinois- Northwestern game. This was revived by Sachem. Next year we will see a revival of the "Hobo Parade", a parade of floats and individuals who portray vag- rants. Through the progressive efforts of the Department of Alumni Aifairs, fhefe is a more closely bound stu- dent body with a well informed alumni association to aid them efliciently. li ' .ta-f 'C-7 I.-1 '-K. Miljw' Clmirmen: Ralph Dralle, Joanna Cavanee, Tom Smith 196 DEPART E T 0F ALUM I lllibuck goes to Ohio First Hag on New Guinea Chatting with Chilli Returned Athletes Coffee at the Union Tap Row: Rev. Paul Ofienhiser, Mary Mayhew, Minor Coon, Mary Lou Newburn, james O'Neal Serand Raw: Bob Bohon, Bernicc Ranz, Reba Davis, Virginia Luft, Helen Stewart, june Bramlet Barium Row: Lyn Heath, Marguerite Shelton, Neva Miner, Betty Brothers, Melba Lee Holmes, Barbara Bouslog, Mrs. Edith Offenhiser ll0GEIl WILLIAM FELLIIW llll' The Roger YVilliams Fellowship, the Baptist center for all students and servicemen, designs its social and religious activities with special regard for campus The Student Council, aided bv Reverend and Mrs. Offenhlser, plans and directs social activities for the church Highlighting the week is the Sunday Evening Candlelight service, when students join together to discuss contemporary problems and search for re- ligious truths. Vespers, WVednesday afternoon relaxa- tion hours, Sunday morning Bible classes, and the Fellowship Discussion groups complete a week of Christian endeavor. The center provides friendly places to sing, read, or meditate quietly under the guidance of Mr. "O", , needs. 5 i . I C M x I P I if .w i if Tap Raw: Marian Perkins, Loren Bannister, Anita Turner, Robert Chew, Mary Beth Jacobson Seraml Row: Dr. Paul Burt, Betty Small, Eleanor Iceno le, jack Runclqulst, Audrey Simpson, Mr. Joe Brown Ifove Barium Row: Doris Holsman, Arthur Mattern, Barbara ifloody, Donald McKown, Gladys Samuelson, Lois Bruinkool WE LEY F0lllllIlilTIO The Wesley Foundation is the center for Methodist students and servicemen, providing a church life es- pecially designed for campus needs. The Student Council plans and directs this program. Dr. Paul Burt, Pastor of Trinity Methodist Church and Direc- tor of the Foundation, and Rev. Joe Brown Love, Associate Director, serve as advisers. 19 Major phases of the program are the morning serv- ice, a student class, and fellowship supper and vespers on Sunday. Social events, study, music, drama, and discussion groups are offered during the week. Sup- port for a fellow-college in China and for a refugee child are two varieties of their service projects. Top Row: Norma Wallis, Andrew White, Shirley McMahon, Mr. Shaw, Betty Revelle, Atha Tehon, Dr. Hine, Warren Day, High Johnston, Curt Kenyon, Miss Barry, Nadine Ransom, Phyllis Rohde, Joan I-luster Bottom Row: Alice Andrews, Dean Robb, Mary Jane Ritchie, David Guthrie, Janet Taylor, Jean Lewis, Charles Richey, Marion Hutchins, Virginia Baker, Helen Newby L Y FUU DAT McKinley Foundation is the Presbyterian center for students. Its purpose is to provide a place for worship, thought and reflection, Christian fellowship, and training in leadership. It is directed by the Stu- dent Council in co-operation with the staff members, Dr. James R. Hine, Rev. Russell Shaw, and Miss Jennis Barrv. ' MUKI I0 The spirit of friendship is one of the principles of the Foundation's hospitality. Popular events dur- ing the year include tea and vespers on Wednesday afternoons, "Gloom Chaser Teas" during exams, Supper Club and "Singing on the Rug" on Sunday evenings, and the annual spring banquet. Illini Mac, with McKinley spirit, is the mascot of the Foundation. Top Raw: S. Fishman, G. Levinthal, T. Katz, A. Miller, M. Goldsher, M. Schwartz, I-I. Leviton, R. Berman, L. Manilou Fourtb Row: P. Peskind, D. Benson, N. Burstein, J. Neiburger, I..Richman, G. Siegel, E. I-Iurwich, I. Palman, G. Simon, E. Tatar, M. Miller, E. Samson Third Row: F. Levin, S. Goldman, R. Skelnik, E. Nudelman, G. Lemrert, S. Scheer, G. Goldsmith, P. Poses, E. Lipkin, N. Rayman, R. Tuchman, P. Bender, H. Schencker Second Row: R. Brodsky, D. Sachsel, R. Sklut, E. Weisberg, B. Frank, C. Andich, Rabbi Golden S. Rubenzik, M. Katfic, B. Long, E. Somer, M. Eisenberg, B. Morganstein Bottom Raw: G. Lieberman, D. Satz, G. Newman, F. Somer, S. Sherman, E. Schermer, J. Gottlieb, S. Feltman, A. Rittenbaum, S. Smith, E. Kronenthal, L. Port, E. XVexman Twenty-three years ago the first Hillel Foundation was established at this University, to bring a more ade- quate knowledge of their cultural and religious heri- tage to the Jewish students on campus. Since then more than 125 such units have been created on campuses all over this country and Canada. HILLEL FUUNDATIU The local unit is under the supervision of Dr. A. L. Sachar, national director of the Hillel Foundations, and Dr. Judah Goldin, assistant national director. The Illinois Unit is governed by a democratically elected student council. 199 Rev. Dr. Edward J. Duncan Direrfor OFFICERS Presidenf ....... ......... . . .Francis X. Bushman Vzce-Presldevzr .......... . . .VVilliam F. McDermott Cowespovzdivzg Secremry ,...... Virginia M. Andrews Recording SGC7'CZ'fl7'y .... ...... j oan E. Gagen Tifefrszlreif .......... ...james E. Stallmeyer I-Iistorifm . . ............... Barbara Gassman Cbaplfrivz. . . . . .Rev. Eduard DI. Duncan, S.T.D. IIWIVIA FOUlllIl.lTIO The Newman Foundation is the Catholic student center on the campus of the University. Its program is under the direction of the Rev. Dr. Edward J. Duncan, who is assisted by the Rev. Edward XV. OIRourke. First among the Foundation's activities is the work of St. johnis Catholic Chapel, which offers the Cath- olic students several Masses daily and Sunday, oppor- tunity for frequent reception of the sacraments, and other liturgical services throughout the year. Other activities of the Newman Club include corporate coni- inunions, discussion study clubs, lectures, debates, dra- matics, and parties. Important phases of the Foundation program in- clude Credit Courses in Religion, the choir, the Sanc- tuary Society, the Altar Society, and the Graduate Students' League. The Newman Club has a threefold purpose, to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members, to weld the Catholic students into a com- mon uniong and to assist the University and its stu- dents whenever possible. 600 '11 V , 'N y . J A typical group assembled for a week-night activity. ILLI Ill lll Cll'Llli The Illinois Disciples' Foundation is the long arm of the home-town church, serving Disciple youth at the University of Illinois. It is a centerof worship, study, counselling, fellowship, and fun. Dr. Stephen Fisher, Minister of University Place Church and Di- rector of the Foundation from its beginning, and the Rev. Miss Norma C. Brown, Student Pastor and Asso- ciate Director are the adult counsellors of a program ll0llllllATl0 of activities formulated and carried out by student onicers, cabinet and council. The Foundation relates its work to that of a large church in which "town and gown" work everywhere side by side. Students are never segregated, but are encouraged to give service and receive training in all departments of the church. Tap Rrmf: june Bramlet, Barbara Gossman, jean Lewis, Melba Lee Holmaes, Phyllis Brandt, Alice Goddard, Wfilma Landis, Kathie Luther, Mary Lou Newburn, Eleanor Kennedy Seton!! Row: Lois Smith, Charles Richey, Mary ,lane Meeker, Lura ,lean Minto, Mrs. Otto Kugler, Rev. james R. Hine Bofiom Row: Loren Bannister, Fred Stemler, Bill McDermott, Alan Kanter, Paul Tesorero - A7111 in Panel: Juanita jaumer, Barbara Ivloody, Donald Wlise, Dorothy Johnston, Mortimer Hitt, lvfarilyn Kallie T llll T llllLllll0 CUUNCIL lnterdenominational religious co-operation at the University of Illinois is accomplished through the Re- ligious VVorkers Association and the Student Relig- ious Council. The R.VV.A. is composed of the staff members of the denominational foundations and the Y.M.C.A. The S.R.C. consists of representatives from each of these groups. The two advisors appointed by the R.XV.A. this year are Mrs. Otto liugler and Rev. ,lames I-line. The oflicers are: Lura ,lean Minto, presi- dent, Donald Wise, vice-president, Mary .lane Meeker, secretaryg and Charles Richey, treasurer. The S.R.C. sponsors Campus Marins and special services on Thanksgiving, I-loly Vfeek, Good Friday, and Easter. It also promotes functions which encour- age students to participate in church activities. 201 Walter Lowdcrmilk Frank Lloyd Wrigl1t Emily Taft Douglas T IIE 'I' U0 ll0Cil'l'l0 Faculty Stzzdevzts Robert R. I-Iudelson Mm-em Christ Matthew T. McClure Carol Landau Frederick S. Siebert Patricia Murphy Fred H. Turner Martha Swain Alan K. Laing, C laaiwmziz The All-University Convocations were begun in February, 1944, to bring to the campus competent speakers on subjects of general interest. The convocations are without charge and, following each lecture, oppor- tunity is provided for questions and informal discussion. The first speaker of 1945 was Norman Hackett, distinguished Amer- ican actor, who included several dramatic readings in his lecture, "The Drama and Art of Acting". In March, Dr. Walter' Lowdermilk, Advisor to the Chinese government, spoke on "China in an Industrialized Asia", and in the same month Frank Lloyd lfVright, internationally famous architect, presented his interpretation of "Organic Architecture". In April, Emily Taft Douglas, Congresswoman from Illinois, discussed the problems confronting Congress, with special emphasis on foreign affairs. "Challenges to Youth" was the topic chosen for the May con- vocation by Mark Starr, a prominent figure in labor education. 'l'llllllNT U0 VIICATIU The 1945-46 series was opened in October by Ely Culbertson, speak- ing on "Our Fight for Total Peace". ln November, Carl Sandburg, be- Ely Culbertson loved poet and distinguished author gave a capacity audience his answers to the question: "XVhat Would Lincoln Do Today". The last program of 1946 was devoted to a discussion of the atomic bomb and its control, by an atomic research physicist and former member of the University faculty, Dr. Philip Norrison. Supplementary to the lecture program is a series of educational films, dealing with aspects of life in foreign countries and in selected regions of the United States. Carl Sandburg Top Row: Matthew McClure, Frederick Siebert, Alan Laing, Robert Hudelson, Fred Turner B0ff07II Row: Carol Landau, Patricia Murphy, Martha Swain B 5 7 A I 5 5 5 0 f .ff f, G illllllllllk ITY lllllll THAT MAN IS HERE AGAIN .... ! That mass of protoplasm that makes Weekends so pleasant-the Illinois male! Coke dates, afternoons at the "Candy shopn, evenings at the Club Commons, the Union dances have all become living terms again in the vo- cabulary of the Illinois co-ed. However, during the ''out-to-lunch-for-men" years at the University, the women have carried on remarkably well. Numerous activities have served to keep the co-ed busy. Y.lfV.C.A., Torch, Mortar Board, the Union, Alpha Lambda Delta ffor throughout all, the Illi- nois woman has maintained her excellent gradesj, W.A.A., Shi Ai, and Pan- I-Iellenic provided enough work to fill any leisure hours. It sounds like a large order, but the girls came up time after time with new and original ideas for the year's events. But now the men are back, and, diflicult as it is to admit, they do add to the University life. Result: femininity replaces that efficient look in classes and activities, social life climbs to unparalleled heights, pre-war competition sets life at a faster pace, and the spotlight shines brighter on the clever, attrac- tive Illini woman! X H HPV X' it PANHELLENIC OFFICERS Beverly Frank, Silgma Delta Tau, treasurerg joan Lippincott, Kappa Kappa Gamma, presidentg Dean Rosecrans, advisorg Dorothy Strong, Delta De ta Delta, vice-president, Kay Reuhng, Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary -ns. Joan Lippincott Prerlde nt NQD PA -HELLE IC The guiding hand on campus behind Rush Week, informal rushing and the spring term Workshop is Pan-Hellenic. Illinois, Pan-Hellenic is a branch of National Pan- Hellenic Council which governs all the sororities in the United States. This year, Pan-Hellenic instituted changes in the pledge system to make the fresh- man Woman more adult. Emphasis was shifted to the constructive. The annual pledge banquet for the 400 pledges was held at Wesley Foundation., March 6. Social Chairmen gave a tea for the house chaperons in December and Sopho- more Council gave a Christmas party for orphans at Huling Children's Home in Rantoul. Dean of Women, Leah Trelease, spoke at the scholarship banquet held in the fall, presenting awards to Chi Omega for highest scholarship and to Alpha Epsilon Phi for greatest scholastic improvement. Pan-Hellenic is govemed by a council composed of the president of each of the sororities on campus. Above this is an executive committee composed of four officers, six. department heads, and six members of the Court of Appeals who serve as their assistants. This year the two Negro sororities, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta were admitted to Pan-Hellenic as associate members, bringing the number of sororities in the group to 24. Pan-Hellenic was proud to be the largest contributor to the VV ar Chest and VVorld Student Service Fund Drives. xl EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Tofl Raw: COURT OF APPEALS, Alice Weber, Phi Si ma Sigma: Lee Koenig, Phi Omega Pig Jean Fleharty, Pi Beta Phi, Laura Kirsh, Alpha Epsilon. Phi Bottom Raw: DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRMAN, Marge Perkins, Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge, Joan Gagan, Chi Omega, Scholarshxpg June Bramlet,' Alpha Omicron Pi Activitiesg Elaine Sebastian, Gamma Phi Beta, Social and War, Martie Claxton, Alpha Gamma Delta, Sophomore Councilg jean Voris, Kappa Delta, Rtishing: Louise Heidler, Zeta Tau Alpha Noi in Panel: Barbara Gilbreath, Alpha Phi Top Sera Boil SOPHOMORE PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Row: Harriet Krell, Chi Ome ag Betty Living- ston, Pi Beta Phi: Lois Bolle, Gamma Phi Beta: Mary Barb Greene, Alpha Chi Omega: Suzy A pelle, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Betty Cleek, Allpha Xi Delta: Janet Pakarney, Theta Upsilon: Margaret Young, Delta Zeta nd Raw: Joan I-luster, Zeta Tau Alpha: Lorrie Johnson, Alpha Delta Pi: Venita Sclmaare, Alpha Omicron Pi: Lois Klein, Sigma Delta Tau: Marie Bell, Alpha Epsilon Phi: Peggy O'Brien, lgapwpa Alpha Theta: Jeanne Flesher, Phi Omega i: Joan Smith, Delta Delta Delta om Row: Beverly Chase, Delta Gamma: Helena Rosin, Delta Phi Epsilon: lloyce Hull, A1 ha Gamma Delta: Doris Sho s, Kappa Della: Chucky Garson, Phi Sigma Sigma: Margot Flock, Alpha Phi: Marty Claxton, Advisor, Alpha Gamma Delta PLEDGE PRESIDENTS Top Row: Barbara Bieneman, Alpha Phi: Kit Car- son, Theta Upsilon: Mary Lou Pike, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pat Champion, Chi Omega: Joanne Schanks, Phi Omega Pi: Edith Wells, Gamma Phi Beta: Sue Rlvkin, Alpha Epsilon Phi: Marge Perkins, Advisor Secmlrl Raw: Norma Miller, Zeta Tau Alpha: Marilgn Wlilliams, Alpha Delta Pi: Muriel Mad' sen, apipa Delta: Enid Fund, Phi Sigma Sigma: Judy Ja ee, Sigma Delta Tau: Barbara Tunni- gift, Alplha Xi Delta: June Bickerton, Alpha micron 1 Botlom Row: Ann Porter, Alpha Chi Omega: Nancy Paley, Alpha Gamma De ta: Elizabeth Irwin, Pi Beta Phi: Carolyn Quinn, Delta Gamma: Pris- cilla Gates, Delta Delta Delta: Renee Novick, RFI? Epsilon: Grace Mary Schulze, Kappa p a eta No! in Panel: Mary Alice Haugen, Delta Zeta PA -Hmm IC r J CHAPTER PRESIDENTS I T 11 R L K Ph O P Al C t o ow: ee oenrg, i mega i: :ce an y, Kappa Delta: Jo Heck, Delta Zeta: Elaine Sell, Zeta Tau Alpha: Jean Thompson, Alpha Phig Jean Spfncer, Alpha Omicron Pi: Muriel Stuart, heta psrlong Lois Friedrich, Delta Gamma Seronq' Row: Beverly Frank, Sigma Delta Tau: Vir- ginia Mauney, Pi Beta Phi: Sally Bloom, Alpha. Epsilon Phi: Mary Anne. Allen, Chi Omega, ellna Miller, Gamma Phi Beta: Margaret Anrr Lewis, Delta Delta Delta: Rosanna Webster, Kappa Alpha Theta Bollorrg g0.lll.' Shirlee Feltman, Delta Phi Epsilon g. Virginia Murray, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Peggy Himes, Alpha Chi Omega: Margaret Claxton, alpha PGamma Delta: Patricia Neiling, Alpha, eta r Not iu APa:2el: Gloria Lang, Phi Sigma Siemag. Marilyn Melody, Alpha Xi Delta: Martha Harry, Alpha Kappa Alpha: Myrtle McCrary, Delta Sigma Theta BT 20 Wlllllll ' Glllllll' SY 'PE Margaret Stewart P1'E.fldL'1lf W.G.S., the organization of independent women students, devotes its time to the encouragement of scholarship, activities, and social life among its mem- bers. This year there were over one hundred organ- ized W.G.S. groups. Among the major group events of the year are a stunt show, the Christmas Musicale, district teas, the President's Banquet, the Watclielta Sing, and the Spring Awards Tea. The Independent Informal and a formal Majela dance are also traditional. Individual awards are given at the Spring Awards Tea to the outstanding independent girl in each major activity, and the names of groups excelling in service to the University in scholarship and in social life are placed on an Honor Council plaque to be hung in the Woman's Building. The group activities are governed by the Executive Council which is composed of the oflicers, district chairmen, committee chairmen, and faculty advisors. The officers are elected each spring for the following year by popular vote of all the members of W.G.S. The other positions are appointed following the inter- view of qualined members. Any girl may petition for a position on the committees of W.G.S. W'.G.S'. 0,fcer.r: Anne Hoit, treasurer: Mary Maushak, vice-president: Margaret Stewart, president, Mrs. joyce Faber, faculty advisor Miss Lytla Mae Ecke, faculty advisorg Royce Goforth, secretary 208 ss IMEN n. W.G.S, DISTRICT CHAIRINIEN AND CONMl'l'TIiE CHAII Top Rom: fDistrict Chairmenj Barbara Moody, Norma Zimmerman, Carol Swanson, Ina Herbrig, Claire Chulay Batlom Rauf: CCommittee Chairmenl Alice I-lildebranrlt, Dorothy Kelley, Barbara Price, Anita Turner in Panel: Esther Siemen, committee chairmang Catherine Palccek and Armstrong, district chairmen XV.G.S. SUB-DISTRICT CHAIRMEN Top Row: Margaret johnson, Dorothy Ryan, Marilyn Zimny, Marcia Ba nister, Catherine Snow Bolmm Row: Lynette Kirby, Marilyn Heath, Arlene Ives, Cleone Sweet Na! in Panel: Ruth Weimar, Carol Lott, Mary Lou Rohling, -Ioan Siegfried Eleanor Iccnogle N oi Kathryn . E,, al'- - Y Y.W.C.A. OFFICERS Top Raw: Alice Koehler, First Vice-Presidentg Flora Beth Case, Presidentg Annis Steinley, Second Vice-President Boflom Raw: jean Spencer, Secretaryg Verna Voltz, Executive Directory Mary Lou Cusick, Assistant Directorg jean Starkey, Treasurer Y. W. C. A. The Young Women's Christian Association has served as a center for Christian living on the Uni- versity of Illinois campus for sixty-two years. VVomen students, faculty and alumnae combine their efforts to maintain the high standards and ideals of the association and to achieve its purpose-'ffull and creative life"-for all students. Each week of this year the Y.W.C.A. has spon- sored Thursday afternoon vespers, Freshmen Interest Groups and social functions. The annual Doll Show brought happiness to many underprivileged children who found the lovely dolls, made by the women stu- 210 dents, on Christmas morning. The Public Affairs Committee has been working on world problems as well as helping returning veterans on the campus. Each and every girl is important in the Y.W.C.A., but the freshmen are foremost in the minds of all. The YW has special Interest Groups and a Freshmen Council so that they may find their place on campus. All members contribute the annual fee and may participate in all Y.VV.C.A. functions. All university women are invited to take part in the YW program. Tap Row: Betty Norbcrg, june Bram- let, Flora Beth Case, Dorothy Johnston Serena' Raw: jean Spencer, Ann Noble, Audrey Huffurd, Verna Volz Borram Raw: Frances Tick, joy Knowlton, Martha Harry Joyce Yarnell Prwidvzlf VV.A.A. is the organization open to all Illini coeds who enjoy sports and fellowship with other students. You do HOE have to be a skilled athlete to be a mem- ber. The opportunity to acquire skill in many dif- ferent sports is oifered in a four season program. Any girl may become an active member of W.A.A. upon completion of one sports season. Successful com- pletion of ten sport seasons is the requisite for the highest award, the Major HI". Orange class numerals go to those girls who complete six sport seasons. W.A.A. has two divisions-Interhouse and General. Interhouse W.A.A. is designed to stimulate compe- tition between houses for the Interhouse trophy, which is awarded in the spring to the house that ac- cumulates the most points during the year. General W.A.A. is open to any girl who wishes to participate W. ll. A. individually. 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, pledges those girls with a University average of "B" and who have completed eight seasons. Besides the four sport seasons, there are several special events each year-receptions, teas, contests, and play days with other schools. From the first week of school until the last, W.A.A. has some planned activity for all girls interested in athletics. These tend to promote the aims of the XVomen's Athletic Association-honestv lovaltv and J' , 9 , , 1 good sportsmanship. XV!.A.A. ADVISORY BOARD T011 Razr: Marilyn Murray, Publicity Manager: Mary Hall, Individual-Interhouse Managerg Shirley Donnelly, General Manager: Dorothy Dolan, Interhouse Mana ret: Lucille Magnusson, Individual Manager Bolfom Row: Dorotfiy Holston, Social Cfliairznang Betty Garner, Vice-President: Joyce Yarnell, Presidentg Mary Tredinnich, Secretaryg Flora Olfner, 'I'rcasurcr 2 12 ' M . .' I " A-.QB l SPORTS MANAGERS T0f1 Raw: B-:tty Coolley, Dorothy Peterson, Doris Shols, Janice Youmans, julia Stahl ECIVOIII Rauf: Bonni Schmicg, Irene Churan, Elaine Selicovitz, Ruby Lcmbcke ..A. 0 W.A.A. AWARDS Tap Rom: Dorothy Fink, Martha Franklin, Lucille Magnusson, Dorothy Holston, Louise Peters, Flora Olfner, Irene Churan Stroud Row: Betty Garner, joyte Yarnell, Jeanette Cra cr, Betty Van Doren, Virginia Fedosky, Bonni Schmieg Barium Row: Margaret Rowe, Elaine Selicovitz, Shirley Donnelly, Dorothy Dolan URCHESIS Top Raw: M. R. Abbott, jane Mendelssohn, Miriam Levine Barlom Raw: Beverly Wilens, Jeanne Fox Orchesis, modern dance group of the University, gives its members opportunity for both composition and performance. "The Juggler of Notre Dame," a story in dance, presented in Lincoln Theatre during the Christmas season, was Orchesis' first program of the year. In January a lecture demonstration by Mrs. Mains and seven members of the group was presented for a class in Music Appreciation. The dance group has been ably guided under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Small Mains and the aid of Miss Anne Betts. Oflicers of Crchesis include Miriam Levin, president, Alice Burke, secretary, june Foster, publicity secretary, M. R. Abbott, treasurer, and Martha Franklin, mistress of the wardrobe. Other members are Jeanne Humberstone, Barbara Hun- sucker, Lorraine Meyer, jo Anne Reed, Beverly Stone, Mrs. Laura Ziner, and Louise Freer who is an honor- ary member. Roberta Mulligan and Carol Haas render the accompaniment. Orchesis with the aid of Miss Lucilla Hall anticipate a spring performance of "L", an expressionistic dance drama highlighting the hectic life of metropolitan New York in the 192O's. Orchesis' spring concert, its most ambitious pro- duction of the year, will be offered Wednesday eve- ning, May 22, in Lincoln Theater. 70p Row: Mrs. Mains, Marty Franklin Bottom Raw: Alice Burke Laura Dexter, Irene Churan, Alice Burke, Marty Franklin, Ruth Fehner Tap Row: Jessie Pickett, Ruth Green, jean Wiersema, Dorthy Griffith, Top Raw: Ruth Christiansen, Barbara Christy, Muriel Parry, Francoise Lois Berger l Rose, Margaret Schumacher Bottom Row: joan Reed, Delorez Baker, Charlotte Keck, Margaret Frazier, Boltom Row: Carol Hass, Carol Schulman, Martha Franklin, Virginia Marilyn Coolidge Fedosky, Bonniejean Schmieg, Edith Miller TERRAPI Terrapin, the honorary swimming club for all girls on campus, held its annual water show in May. Amid sparkling costumes, colorful scenery, and beautiful music, the girls executed outstand- ing poise, grace, rhythm, and skill, individually and as a group. The entire performance was originated, planned, and then performed by the forty girls themselves. Two swimming meets were sponsored by Terrapin Club. The first one in the early fall gave W.A.A. credit, and trophies were awarded to the winning interhouse relay team and to the high- point individual swimmer. In the early spring, the club entered a team of fifteen girls to represent the University of Illinois in the National Intercollegiate Telegraphic Swimming Meet. This meet is an annual affair and the most outstanding swimmers on campus become members of the team through try-outs. Membership in Terrapin Club is obtained through try-outs held each semester. judged as to the degree of their ability in swimming and diving, those girls who are accepted as members are placed in either Major or Minor Terrapin. 1 Virginia Fedosky Prefidenl Top Row: Marilyn Rosenbaum, Carol Eklund, Gail Hamilton, Barbara Dunavan, Helen Mnnos Bollom Row: Betty Van Doren, Jeanne Murphy, Mary Gotti, Connie Anderson Noi In panel: Nancy Holmes, Elvira Juska, Mary Morwood, Barbara Shade, Dolores Leppla, Patricia GeLaz 215 ' .ff- .Kg ,. fl. ' rl' VP,-X U QQQi.f9 'nw V -?:.fw,, sifffwgagi' ugly 151 , , gr V, ,EM ,M fl Y Bk SJW' 4 1 f Q. Q wi, wit? is 3. i QQ, is , i ' it ' izfir' ,- 9 , il ut' wmyff Hn ii Lf., ..,, 5 'it' ,- A ., Ma' p. 'FIX 'i ii.. .fy 'F 'r-. QW . 7 Arai Xlfzrlfng al mp rigbl, rmzlirlg rlru'E11'f.ie.' The younger ren- emtion is impressed hy advertising: il Tcrmpin trio lines up for the photogrziphcrz Sager House entcrtairs nt a XV.G.S. district tea: Doll Show visitors: more of the former: picviexv m nutiun, l'llllLlClll'l0ll MAJORING IN PUBLICATIONS . . . P Or do you just sandwich your journalistic activities between week-day studies and week-end fun? 'VVhether you are a leader or just a staff member, you've found satisfaction in being a part of University activities. Study takes a back seat on afternoons when the approaching publication date keep the Illio staff busy at the office. Equally time consuming are the daily beats on the Illini-tedious, yes, but often rewarded by a coveted byline or a headline assignment. Our Agribulturist part-time journalists have produced a magazine easily worthy of their goal, a better agricultural journal. Of equally high caliber is the Teclmogwzpb, published for and by our north campus intelligencia. You who have thus given the time and effort needed to produce our top- notch publications have been compensated by the friendliness and appreciation of Barb Clayton, Illio editor, Sam King and jean Howerton, Illini "bosses", and all the other campus "publication majors" whose efforts are described on the following pages. ll' 219 ' Herman Landon GQPIIUYYII Alrizlfrrrfr Barbara Clayton Eflifor Carol Schaffner Arririnnt Editor Eleanor Pickett Bnrlnerr Manage:- I Doris. Levy A.r.r1rl1u1i Bmnzerr Manager THE ILLHI 0F 1946 The lllio ofiice is a busy place for those who have helped make up and sell The Illio of 1946. Here, along with the clatter of typewriters, headaches, worries and the general wave of confusion, Barbara Clayton, Editor, and Carol Shaffner, Assistant Editor have pro- duced this year's Illia. To these two we say, Hwell done" for a fine job. The Art Staff, headed by J. Williani Kennedy, Assistant Professor of Art, in- cludes Edson Newquist, Ruth Wahlberg, and Betty Dean. The art work for the entire book was designed 220 by them. And on the other side ..... Eleanor Pickett, Business Manager, and Doris Levy, Assistant Business Manager, have ably done the job of taking care of the sale of books, advertising, and all the other financial matters of the yearbook. Last, but not least, we say thanks to the photographers-their job has been long and hard but the results have been rewarding. On the staff headed by Jerry Borden are Phil Rose, jack Schneider, Dick Stouffer, and Shirley Randall. U IUR EDITUR Alice Wclvcl' Alice lvlisegadcs Bert Roland Nikki Bollinger A' Ira jackie Tatman Charlotte Krasnc Lila Nothclurft jenn Ready THE lLLl0 0F 1946 Bzlrlm ru Angus Mzl1'j0ric Goldcr Mary Lou Barber Rulwcrtl Pulk Mary Anne jordan Bob Bitzcr UNIUR BU I E MA AGER 221 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF T? Raw: C. Nordstrom, Kettler, B. Trowe, B. Seaquist Fr IIJJ Rinxxittj. Rivkm, M. ollk, J. Geisler, M. Prust, P. Oxley, D. Stockdale, J. Harrington, C. Garson, J. Jaacks, B. Stahl, 1. Wleiss, Fa14:'whiig:l1gi0nD. Godejahn, E. Bond, J. Kurrus, J. Wynn, M. Berkey, M. Shawl, B. Long, M. Simonds, G. Platt, 1. Davis, B. Tbir:10IR1g:ierM. McCradie, A. Jordan, D. Ehrhardt, j. Mell, G. Gould, A. DeXVitt, J. Kerr, P. Stutsman, P. Lauclmer, J. Doerscher, Serond Raw: M. Glisson,- N. Van Noppen, V. Rosenhlum, C. Mueller, T. Granofsky, G. Szosz, E. Everhart, S. Nagell, A. McAdam, D. Gorman, P. Spalding Bottom Raw: L. Davasik, M. john, M. Hayes, P. Price, S. Stein, Y. Gardner, S. White, R. McLaughlin, B. Harris, 1. Flesch, G. Davis I. Lautmann lLLl0 0F i946 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BUSINESS STAFF Tap Row: R. Nelson, B. Bienemann, M. Tick, M. Weiss, M. A. Bartsch, E. Easter, G. Kessler, S. Novack, M. Stern, C. Wenig, E. Lauder, S. Moore, N. Pearson, I.. Bolle, B. Gwinn Fijfb Row: J. Scharfenberg, P. Taber, M. Spielberger, M. L. Baer, B. Houy, M. Nathanson, B. Robinson, H. Crain, N. Barker, B. Medow, P. Gibson, j. Benham, M. Hawthorne, H. Magnuson, M. L. Walling Fourlb Rn-zu: M. Silberman, H. Rosen, M. J. Eberhardt, C. Bender, M. Keller, A. Messenger, P. Rosenthal, C. Ascherman, S. Bum- side, B. Bickel, B, Ilten, F. Walter, J. Church Third Row: S. Halcott, M. Hull, P. Roth, L. Janes, B. Sheldon, B. Brown, C. Williams, C. james, L. A. Layton, R. Thomas, D. Evans, B. Bennet, N. Price, E. Bacon, B. Thomasson Second Raw: M. Porter, B. Livingstone, D. Berky, R. Plotnick, J. Fox, B. Samson, A. DeBiasio, J. Morettini, C. Gregson, C. Popy- ancheff, R. Witte, L. Stiglitz, D. Embs Firrt Raw: I. L. Jones, J. A. Sutton, E. Gray, J. Marcus, S. XVallin, J. Ryan, C. Lowitz, E. Brenner, M. Cotton, A. D. Chapman, M. Happel, S. Ney 22 Tllll lLLl0 UF 1946 Plaotograplaers: Jerry Borden Dick Stouffer, Phil Rose Jack Schneider, Art Kaindl, Shirley Randall Art Slay: Irene Krull, Edson Newquist, Ruth Wlahlberg, J. William Kennedy, Betty Dean, Margery Fairbank -nike Sam King Alumlging .Edifar Mrs: jean Herron Blijlllfji Alrulrlgw' THE DAILY ILLI I Daily Illini seniors supervise the work of the staff, plan the policy of the paper, and cover major events. Managing Editor Sam King, in a campaign to give complete local coverage, keeps a file of coming events and assigns reporters to special work, co-ordinates the work of his staff, and makes final decisions on ques- tions of policy. Associate-Editor jean I-Iowerton is in charge of the freshman staff. Assistant-Editor Mary Ellen Brown, the juniors, and Martha Swain and Elaine Sell, acting Senior Editors, work with the sophomores and city staff respectively. Sports Editor Bob Doherty travels with the teams to other colleges and supervises the work of the sports staff. Mrs. jean Herron, Business Manager, serves as co- ordinator of the business staff, and works on book- keeping and payrolls of the publishing company. ,v:... ,pf-5 fv- dl' '-'S Bob Doherty jean Howerton Mziryl Ellen Brown Slwi'1.r Editor A.i'.ruriul:' Elilm' fl.w.r1.r!fu1l LZIIIHI' 224 'EW .- 1 if ,s . sa. 'I'lI DAILY ILLI I In the editorial department, junior editors serve once a Week as night editor, and once a week as assistant night editor. The sports juniors, Pat Zogg, jim Brooks, and Howie lfVissel train their under- class reporters and cover all sports events. The business department has charge of. advertisement, circulation, and copy. at 'Q-1 1 y at W' A 3' E Jff ff M, .msg it P Upper Left: Acting Senior Edilorr' Martha Swain, Elaine Sell h I . . h Editorial SMH: Jacqueline Corman, Marjorie Robmeau, Barbara Gilbreath, Mary Kay Northam, Marilyn Spero, Howard Wissel, Patricia Zogg, james Brooks BUSINESS STAFF: .a.,... .. SIm1diug.' Dolores Schwartz, Mary Tredinnick, Kathryn Seed, Margaret Waldo, Margaret Schumacher, jean Voris Seated: julia Rochow Not in Prmel: Lois Black 225 FRESHMEN EDITORIAL STAFF Top Raw: Doug Deeper, Enid jarinkes, june Rumery, Alice Mottley, Audrey Edson, Gayle Neubauer, Beverly Markus, Vera Madsen, Margie Geis er, Ray Brown TlJirzi,IRogu.'HDottie Ramseyer, Nancy Armstrong, Louise Millizen, Joanne Phillips, Alan Zachary, Norma Mack, Lois Sandquist, argue ayes Sworzd Row: Nancy Cosby, Ruth Boggs, jean Prather, Mary Bath, Frances Kendrick, joan Lowry, Mason Willes, Mary Ellen Car- michael, Adrienne Goldstone, Marian O'Brien Botmm Row: Vivian Johnson, Francine Silbertrust, Billie Larirnore, Mary jane Schwambach, Nancy Anderson, Betty Kemp, Mary Lou Perkins, jean Leader, Lynn Feldman THE DAILY ILLI I SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF T R : P t Fl tl , R , B tt B r ess, Rob Evans, Ilean Linsky, jean Lankey, Alice Ann Walker' V F551 Rzliif: Batty jAl?1l?!elllO'1!l'?:'lr: S1l,2njacoins?Bzllli1ra Nicklaus, Alfred Gertler, Jane Buescher, Lois Link, Ruth Weiner 226 FRESHMEN-SOPHOMORE BUSINESS STAFF Taj: Row: Barbara Bienemann, Jacqueline Finerty, jane Wildeman, Victor Day, Betty Bond, Catherine Chambers, Dorothy Ellis Svwnd Rau-': Colette johnson, Virginia Bernard, Audrey Cohn, Lois Cohen, judy Jaffe, Gloria Kaplan Bullum Row: Marilyn Ewing, Irene Davis, janet Spalm, Lois Holstine, Bernadette Baude, Melba Greenman, Burta Fleharty TH DAILY ILLI I Arnold Sklare Fealnre Editor ' Rcibert Pfeiffer - 560111 Editor Emil Hupka Srout Editor 22 Paul McMich nel Co mpauy Manager I Cecil A. Moyer Chulrfmm, Board of Coulrol ILLI I PUBLI lll G CUMPA Y The Illini Publishing Company is under the direc- tion of Cecil A. Moyer, chairman of the board of control, and Paul C. McMichael, company business manager and student advisor. The object of the com- pany is to provide a printing service of high standard at a minimum cost. Student publications of the university under the company's direction are The Illio, yearbookg The Daily Illini, newspaperg The Ag-ricultzzrist, magazine published by the students of the College of Agricul- tureg and The Techwzograph, magazine published by the students of the College of Engineering. A board of eight directors controls the affairs of the company. Of the eight, four are faculty members chosen by the president of the university to serve for one year. The other four members are students elected by the student body for a term of two years. This board of control chooses the students to fill vacancies on the publication staffs. Recommendations are given the board by the student heads of the pub- lications. The board acts as an advisory committee, encouraging student initiative. Roy Adams, Ann Noble, Mr. Frederick Siebert, Miss Jesse I-leathman, Mr. Cecil Moyer, Dean Fred Turner, Wessley Peterson, Marilyn Chapman 22 SUENLY THE I HHJCATIU AT WURK WUJK L. Have you bought your Illia? The sport statt confers Keep those books straight, boys! Editor at work! Producing The Illia 229 Mary Argenbright, Eldon Larson, Lucille Denby Pocklington THE illllllll LTURI 'l' This year marks the golden anniversary of the Illi- nois Ag1'icuItzz1'ist. The magazine is published six times yearly by the students of the college of Agri- culture. It covers the events of both the agriculture and home economic students, and also new develop- ments in this Held which are made at the University. Reports on the activities of various agricultural honor- aries and student organizations may be found on the pages of the A g1'iczzltzw'ist. The publication is sent to various high schools throughout the state to promote and encourage interest in this field. The Agrzczzltwist staff this year includes Eldon Larson, editorg Mary Argenbright, assistant editorg and Lucille Pocklington, business manager. The student staff is assisted by a Faculty Advisory Board: O. H. Sears, R. H. Wilcox, A. S. Colby, C. S. Rhode, and Miss jesse Heathman. Top Row: Robert Corzine, Keith Schertz, Robert Meyer, jack Rundquist, Lee Berry, john Perringh John Wfildy Second Raw: Dorothea Heeren, Ruth jacques, julia Stahl, Lillian Schrader, Betsy Kindred, Jean Dierkes, Helen Lehmann Brnlam Row: Louise Rice, Helen Taft, Eltleda Gillespie, Laxon Rehbein Membvry Nur in Pirlm'v: Lila jean Athey, Bert Sxnc air, Harry Roland 230 'PY in! Robert Bohl, jim Becker THE TEC Presented monthly by the students of the college of engineering, the Illinois Teclmogwzplo is now in its sixty-first year of continuous publication. The first issue of the "Tech" appeared in 1885 as a highly tech- nical magazine. Since that time, the publication has become increasingly semi-technical in nature through the addition of features designed to better acquaint the faculty and the student body and to provide monthly information concerning engineering honor- aries and societies. The main purpose of the maga- zine is to provide the subscribers with interesting ma- H UGHAPH terial concerning engineering developments in the various fields and to supply a means whereby each student can obtain valuable experience in the art of expressing himself. ' Although handicapped by the lack of staff mem- bers, the Illinois Teclafzograph remained in existence during the war, this was due largely to the efforts of Professor john Henry, faculty advisor, and men from the engineering V-12 unit. With the war at an end and with increased civilian enrollment, the "Tech" is looking forward to an even better publication. Top Row: Prohl Judson, Jean Louvicr, gim Becker, Arthur Leininger Second Row: Robert Schlehuber, Sam Le er, Robert Bohl, Arnie Litman Bottom Row: Ruth Bone, Allen Ormsbee, Roberta Crawford Nat in Panel: Howard Franklin, Augusto Tono, Betty Norberg ,231 5i 'G Qyy f I 9 7' in lu f 53 2 Qs f ta I 3 I 1 I f nl A'llE9 an ,Any I..-at 2 fl w TAGE,MUilC,A D C0 C RT CURTAIN GOING UP .... ! Kindly take your seats as the house lights dim and the play or concert begins. Ever since the Mask and Bauble was initiated in 1925, the students have worked diligently for a well-equipped place to hold their numerous plays. The result is the beautiful Lincoln Hall Theater established in 1928. Theater Guild was formed from the Players Club, Mask and Bauble, and the Pierrots, although the latter two still exist as separate organizations. The repertoire of productions this year has included everything from a comedy to a tragedy to the light operatic performance of the Pirates of Penzance. For aesthetic appreciation of music, the Illini has its famed Star Course, created in 1917 to bring notable artists to the University. There are two series, the regular Star Course and the recital series. The University Band Concerts, the traditional Easter Twilight Concert, and the University Sings will always remain in the students' memories collected from days at Illinois. I I 233 PROFESSIONAL STAFF Upper Lefi: Elizabeth Harris, Charles Shattuck, Wesley Swanson, Lucilla Hall I THE GUILD BOARD Lower Right: jack Hasch, JoAnn Petting, Cameron Gullette, Mary Stevens, Rosanna Webster Nat nz Pmlel: Abner Knight, Chester Anderson ILLI I 'l'llEil'l'll G ILll "Clear stage! Actors! Places!" This is what you can hear at curtain time of an Illini Theatre Guild pro- duction, but behind these few words are weeks of rehearsals, crew meetings, painting, construction, ad- writing, and ticket selling. Hundreds of students are vitally interested in seeing that the curtain goes up on opening night, because each one has been an im- portant member in the whole production. Behind these hundreds of undergraduate workers are the supervisors and the directors. YVesley Swan- son is Supervisor of Productions and Director, Charles Shattuck, Associate Director, joseph Scott, on mili- tary leave, Technical Director, Miss Elizabeth Har- ris, Technical Director in charge of scenery painting and construction, and Miss Lucilla Hall, Technical 234 Director in charge of costumes and wardrobe, and Director of the Laboratory theatre. The policies of the Guild are determined by the Guild Board, including Professors Abner Knight and C. R. Anderson, University representatives, Cameron Gullette, representative of Players club, and three student representatives from the dramatic honor- aries, Mary Stevens, Mask and Bauble, Jack I-Iasch, Pierrot, and Rosanna VVebster, Arepo. The chair- man of the board is General Manager JoAnn Perring. The backbone of the Guild is the group of man- agers, senior, junior, and sophomore, who supervise the work of the various crews and help them find the thrill that comes with working in theatre. SENIOR MANAGERS Top Row: Robert Minor, Ruth Johnston Helen Brooks, Mark Robinson Boiron: Row: jayne Groves, joAnn Per- - rung, Mary Alice Lambert, Ruth Lewis ' JUNIOR MANAGERS Top Row: Jean Rlolgers, Nancy Noble, Ina Herbrig, Mary omrighous Second Raw: Carolyn Dallcnbach, Mar- jory Bean, Eileen Neadell, Dorothy Knaphurst Ballom Row: Phyllis Rose, Doris Sewell ILLI I THEATRE G ILII The position of Senior Manager in the Illini Theatre 'Guild calls for supervision, organization, and ex- perience. There are eight such managers, each in -charge of a department of activity. JoAnn Perring is the General Manager, whose job it is to keep all 'the work in the Guild coordinated. Helen Brooks tis in charge of properties, Jayne Alice Groves directs stage entertainment for service men, Ruth Johnson is head of the scenery painting crew, Mary Alice .Lambert heads the box office and house crews, Ruth Lewis handles make-up and wardrobe, Robert Minor is in charge of publicity for productions, and Mark Robinson is the head of the construction crew. The crew chairmen for each production are the junior Managers. These eighteen managers rotate as chairmen in production or business. They are Carolyn Dallenbach, Barbara Gulley, Ina Herbrig, Mary Homrighous, Eileen Neadell, Phyllis Rose, and Gerry Spitz on business, and Marjory Bean, Joan Clark, Dorothy Knaphurst, Betsy Ladd, Nancy Noble, Peggy Overberger, Jean Rogers, Doris Sewell, Esther Streger, Atha Tehon and Margaret Waldo on production. There are forty-three Sophomore Managers who as- sist the Junior and Senior Managers in the running of the crews. These managers, combined with the hundreds of students who profess interest in the activities of the theater, present Illini Theatre Guild productions that provide entertainment for large campus and service audiences. 235 HIIMEII A Il .I LIET William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" offered to campus audiences all the beauty of his great romantic tragedy combined with the physical beauty of the authentic replica of the Old Globe theatre. This tenderest of all love stories was uniquely presented on a stage that was the result of study by some of the country's most eminent authorities on Shakespeare. The two young lovers were portrayed by Lorrie Ross and Jack Clay. As the second production of Mask and Bauble's thirty-eighth season, "Romeo and Julieti' broke the attendance record for all previous Guild productions. The play was presented on january 12, 13, 19, and 20. THE URCERER Always delightful, always amusing, Gilbert and Sullivan operettas never fail to appeal to a campus audience. On April 6, 7, and 14, Arepo, the Theatre Guild operatic honorary, presented the ever-popular "The Sorcerer." This operetta was Gilbert and Sullivan's third production, and set the pattern of their later operas. In the Theatre Guild performance the original score was followed, except that the overture was arranged by Laurence Chid- ester. Sidney Rushakoff was the comic john Wellington VVells, and the production was directed by Mr. jay Allen of the Music School. ar" M ff fwv ', .yd f ff' 1- S x I 1 1,1 4 , 44 , F .lf ' A. 1 7" H 'X .. If I gm . X B I . ' , fx .0 -Q 1 I in 1' I if it ' ' 7. " Q, f af M Q ! ' n E ! 3-lil Q-V r J v 'V ' li vt K.. ' ' E , ,gm , , l 4 f .0 Y F J A -A . wx: 9 'af f U H W-. s 2 4 4' :E A 4 4 In 5 fe, 5' fi , S, 'iff- Q 5 ' , I Q3 ?, fzifgw 'Mix' , fa -' 5' " '. :- 9' 'f , fc-WE?" ,gr Y t. 522 8 , 5 ' . Q12 wigs? 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Z ,V W .1 52123 -fx "u 475, ' . :fr- "i:,' A FV: a Q. 33321 Q w 4, V gl Q if an 3 fx-A A X 'ck 'i,,4 N ,,.ff"' MASK AND BAUBLE OFFICERS Top Row: Mary Homrighous, Margaret Waldo, Marjory Bean Boffom Raw: Ruth Lewis, JoAnn Petting Mask and Bauble, the all-university dramatic honor- ary, each year presents three or four student pro- ductions. Each season presents plays of a varied nature-tragedy, comedy, modern plays, and classics. Among the productions this year were "Three Men On a Horse," a modern comedy by Abbott and Holm and William Shakespeare's "King Lear." JoAnn Perring led the organization this year as president with Ruth Lewis as vice-president, Mar- Top Raw: Jack Hasch, William Back, Arthur Fairman, Charles Francisco, Robert Minor, Mark Robinson , Sfxib Row: Lucia Robb, Eleanor Lukens, jean Rogers, Jayne Alice Groves, Atha Tehon, Rosanna We ster . Fifth Raw: Betsy Ladd, Shirley Dean, Carolyn Dallen- bach, Phyllis Rose, Beverly Frank A Faurlb Raw: Ina Herbrig, Marietta Hamilton, Ruth Johnston, Lorena Ross, Miriam Buzzell, Jacqueline Kimbark . Tbird Raw: Barbara Gulley. Dolle I-Ieun, Mary Alice Lambert, Dorothy Sachsel, Margaret Waldo, Lorene Carothers A . . Second Row: Norma Del Diedrxch, Marlory Bean, Ruth Streger, Nancy Girhard, Mary Homnghous, Geral- dine Spitz, JoAnn Perring. 4 Bottom Row: Mary Stevens, Eileen Neadell, Ruth Wem- arcl, Helen Brooks, Doris Sewell, Ruth Lewis, JoAnn Perring MA ll il ll BAUBL garet Waldo as secretary, Mary Homrighous as treas- urer, and Marjory Bean as historian. Mask and Bauble was formed in 1905 by Thatcher Howland Guild to recognize outstanding work done by students on back-stage crews, business crews, and acting casts for the productions. Since that time the organization has helped to create the interest in dra- matics which makes the Illini Theatre Guild one cf the largest campus activities. ilIlEPO AREPO OFFICERS Nancy Gerhardt, 7-fl'!1JIlI'l'l'f Rosanna Webster, Guild Board Reprefefzlalirwy' and Mary Lambert, Vire- Preridem Not in Panel: Stella jean Hunter, Prefirlentp Mary Mayhew, Serre1ary,' and Marguerite Laning, Hiitarian Arepo, dramatic music honorary, whose name is derived by spelling opera in reverse, was founded in 1933 by a group of Theatre Guild members who felt the need of such an organization. Arepo honors those Police Sergeant ..... .... D uane Jones Samuel ...................... Neil Kelsey The understudies for the principles are as follows: Mabel ..................... Betty Durham students who have taken part in the production of Rutlo .. ....... Allis Dennett campus operas. Edith . . . . . .Harriet Haycock Today's organization with Stella Jean Hunter as Kate ..... .. ....... June Saylor president is sponsoring Gilbert and Sullivanis operetta, Frederick ....... ...... R alph Ivens "The Pirates of Penzance." The members of the cast Major Gerzeral. . . ...... Donald Staut are: Police Sergeant. . . . . .Elwood Penerson rlflabel . . ...... Sylvia Sitavich Samuel .................... George Maxey Ruth . . ...Stella Jean Hunter Other officers of Arepo are: Vice-President, Mary Edith . . . . . .Marguerite Laning Lambert, Secretary, Mary Mayhew, Treasurer, Nancy Kate .... ..... A llis Dennett Girhardt, Historian, Marguerite Laning, and Guild Isabel ..... .... D oris Baldwin Board Representative, Rosanna Webster. Frederick ..... ........ S tanley Rahn Activities this year, other than the opera, include Pirate King ..... . . .Wesley Schwengel a banquet and a party with Pierrots. Major General .... . . .Wallace Sturm Tap Rom: Virginia Shirley, Mary Stevens, Lucia Robb, Barbara Gulley, Ina Herbrig, Mary Mayhew, Harriet Ha cock Tbim' Row: Atha Tehon, Gladys Samuelson, Marietta Hamilton, Esther Streger, Ruth Streger, Phyllis Brown, Louise Riddle, Louise Heidler, Io Ann Perring Second Row: Dorothy Knaphurst, Phyllis Rose, Nancy Girhard, Mary Alice Lambert, Betsy Ladd, Martha Gruba, Beverly Frank, Ruth Johnston Bollom Ro-zu: Mr. Jay Allen, Mary Homrig- hous, Carolyn Dallenbach, Mary Glidden, Shirley Dean, Patricia Smith, Marilyn Han- nah, Dorothy Sachsell, Mrs. Jay Allen pg ,ii .fa .af-. ,,,: s:W.?'Fe 41 ,' we Top Raw Frank Pacelli, Norton Kristy Lester Shapiro James O'Neal Robert Min , 1 , 01' Second Rau Warren Glenny, George Dillavou, William Back, james Carruth, A Ballon: Rau jafk Hasch, Arthur Farrman, Mark Robinson, jerry Mendelson PlEllli0'l' Pierrots, honorary fraternity of the Illini Theater Guild, founded at the University of Illinois in 1911, has an illustrious, if somewhat gawdy, past. Estab- lished for men only, the organization began with the idea of presenting an annual student-written musical comedy. Although in 1917 Pierrots came through with a show, they were forced into an inactive state because of the shortage of men and of materials dur- ing Wo1'ld War ll. Now with the return of peace and men, Pierrots looks ahead to an era of renewed activity. 4 -.--- Nia, -.4-.., - :Y I T , i rann Keller, Gene Erickson, Charles Francisco jerry Mendelsun, treasurerg ,lack Hasch, presltlentg Arthur Fairman, vice-president ,rw 4: are-d I C1 cle A Webber, Prolcssor Geor c. L Clark P f Ilo tl Morey Professor Iames G. Van Derpoo , . y I. K lman Top Row: Professor Paul V. B. Jones, ro essorp . y' , .. . Bottom Raw: Dean Fred H. Turner, Mary Hornrighous, Director Frederic B. Stiven, Ann Mi es, Nancy 0 U0 CERT A ll Il TERTAI MENT Illlzlllll Clyde BA. Wfebber, exec Sfiven, chairman. utive secretaryg Director Frederic B. The University Concert and Entertainment Board consists of a chairman, executive secretary, three faculty members, two seniors, and two juniors. The board selects the Star Course managers and the artists who are to appear on Star Course concerts. This year the board also sponsored a recital series of varied chamber music. The present members of the board are Director Frederic B. Stiven, chairmang C. A. Webber, execu- tive secretaryg Professor George L. Clark, Professor P. V. B. jones, Professor james G. Van Derpool, Nancy Kollman, Ann Miles, Mary I-lomrighous, and Patricia Smith. Mary Stevens and Allene Eberlc A Senior Marzugerf For the past fifty-four years Star Course has brought cultural entertainment to the University of Illinois. As early as 1883 lectures by outstanding men and women of the time began to be sponsored by the Philomathean and Adelphic Literary Societies. These occasional lectures proved so popular that in 1891 the Star Lecture Course was begun. For twenty-six years it remained under the auspices of the literary societies. Finally, in 1931, the University Concert and Entertainment Board was organized to supervise all public entertainment given at the University for which admission is charged. Star Course was then placed under control of this board. This year completed another very successful Star Course season. For the second consecutive year the tickets were completely sold out the First week of ticket sales. So, to satisfy the demand for more entertainment, Star Course brought a series of recitals to the campus. The artists who appear on Star Course are selected from the suggestions of the staH, outsiders, and the University Concert and Entertainment Board. The final decision rests with this Board which is composed of four faculty members and four student members. JUNIOR MANAGERS Elaine Sebastian, Joan Gagan, Mary McPheeters, Carol Andich, Anita Turner, jane Cover lllllll ll SOPHOMORE STAFF Top Row: Eleanor Icenogle, Patricia Connolly. Joann Burt, Mary Wallace, Patricia XVil1iamson, Betty Tibbits, Virginia Baker Bolmm Row: Betsy Hall, NancK4Scl1arff, Suzanne Appelle, Alice Johnson, Frances NVaca5er, argaret Engel The University Concert and Entertainment Board appoints the senior and junior managers and the sophomore staff of Star Course. The senior managers work with and under the Board in an executive capacity. The junior managers are chosen from the sophomore staff at the end of the school year. Under the seniors' supervision they take care of the accounts, make arrangements for pub- licity, check tickets, and help to entertain the artists. At concerts the juniors are in charge of the box office and serve as leaders for the sophomores who sell tickets. Sophomore staff members, who also do filing, typing, and ushering, are chosen for their work in freshmen activities, their scholarship, and their interest. Besides attending the concerts, the staff members have the privilege of closer, more personal contact with the artists backstage. SOPHOMORE STAFF Tap Row: Joanne Smith, Eleanor Stratton, Margaret Ham ton Iglarpellla Bischolf, Eloise Wexman, Irene Brrkeland ar i IH' 'le Bollom Row: Carla Cummins, JoAnne Grundy Letma W berly, Jeanette Jacobs, Mary Barbara Greene Virginia Hudel son Na! in P:n1el.' Martha Holmes, Joy Qhapman Joyce Davis Barbara Robinson, Shirley Haven, Virginia Danes Dorothy Tosovsky, Marilyn Zimny, Jean Naramore 'FAR Ullllli ll Leonard' Warren Bflrltfme Eugene Ormandy Camlurior . -wr ., S.. 246 Rudolf Serkin Pizmixt Rudolf Serkin, the great pianist, appeared at the University March 28. Born in Bohemia, Mr. Serkin came first to the United States to play at the Coolidge Festival in Washington, but his debut as solo pianist came in 1936 with the New York Philharmonic Sym- phony Orchestra. Since then, he has duplicated his original triumph in almost every American city. Leonard Warren, leading baritone of the Metropoli- tan Opera Association, .gave his concert October 23. Born in New York, Mr. Warren was destined for a business or professional life but then decided that sing- ing' should be more than a hobby. Beginning his career in the Radio City Music Glee Club, he entered the Metropolitan Opera in 1938 through the "Au- ditions of the Air". Eugene Ormandy, conductor and musical director of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, directed the orchestra here November 6. This concert was the most outstanding of the season. Mr. Ormandy began his musical career at the age of seven and assumed charge of the Philadelphia Orchestra at the start of the 1938-39 season. ,. l joseph Szigeti Vlofiuift joseph Szigeti, violinist, made his debut with Sto- 'kowski and the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra in 1925. Hungarian by birth, he has achieved world 'fame on two round-the-world tours, eleven tours of the Soviet Union, and nearly two decades of coast- 'to-coast tOlll'S of the United States. Mr. Szigeti gave .his concert here March 8. On january 23, the Gordon String Quartet, featur- ing Lois Bannerman, harpist, appeared before the Star Course audience. The Gordon String Quartet was 'organized by the first violinist, jacques Gordon. The other members are Walter' Hagen, second violin, Kras Malno, viola, and Gabor Reita, 'cello. Lotte Lehmann, world-famed soprano of concert -and opera, gave her concert March 21. Mme. Leh- mann, a native of Germany, has earned a place in the front rank of AmeriCa's favorite singers during thc years she has been in this country. r TAR C0 llll Lois Banncrman Hlll'fIlJf Lotte Lehmann sHf7l'n'll0 Anne Brown Sopmno . - Claire,.wCoci -- Ofgllwiil -s ' 9' . William 'Primrose Vzolul 'PAH C0 R 'E The Recital Series of the Star Course brought sev- eral other outstanding artists to the campus. Decem- ber 5, the series was opened by the Pro Arte String Quartet. This Quartet, one of the best known in the country, has appeared here numerous times. Claire Coci, distinguished American organist who started her career as an organist in the jesuit's Church in New Orleans, was the second artist of the series. This con- cert was given January 9 in Smith Recital Hall. The big attraction of the series was Anne Brown's concert given in the auditorium january 29. Anne Brown, con- sidered one of the outstanding singers of the times, was chosen for the first lead in Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. Since that time she has appeared as a soprano soloist with the New York Philharmonic, the Phila- delphia Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Chicago Symphony, and in concerts of her own. Another favorite was William Primrose whose concert was April 18. Mr. Primrose was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and came to New York in 1937 to be Toscanini's principal violist. In 1942 he be- gan his solo concerts. The series was closed on April 30 by the Chicago String Ensemble. This ensemble is made up of members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The Pro Arie Qllllffff 24 E-flat Fluier r""'r' ' ' , ir' . I i A ! l 1 l I I i u l l -1 1 A. Austin Harding Direvlor w Clarence E. Sawhill 1 U0 CERT BA ll It has been recorded that the first performance of the University Band was at graduation in 1872. A. A. Harding became director of the University Band in 1905. He intro- duced new ideas in college band work, and developed an organization re- flecting the dignity and quality of the institution it represented. Early Director Harding began the development of an organization which played the same type of music as a symphony orchestra. The band did it well, too. By 1910 he had developed the original symphony or symphonic band, as pleasant to listen to indoors as out. He developed a seating arrange- ment similar to that of a symphony orchestra. The Concert Band was maintained throughout the war. Former members are now returning from the armed services and the band is rapidly achiev- ing that high musical standard its Director, A. A. Harding, and the Uni- versity Concert Band have been noted for. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CONCERT BAND 1945-1946 Albert Austin Harding, Direrton' john A. O'Connor, Prwidem' Clarence E. Sawhill, .AJIIJIHHI Direrlm' William Skelton, l7iL'C"Pl'E.fidE7If Keith I.. Wilson, AIJIJIHIII Conductor Mary Lou Hayes, Serreiary lNHmES with 't indicate those who wear the varsity band emblemj B-fiat Clarinefr Term1'Saxopbone String Barre: French Hoa-nr H. J. Gille 'F H. E. Turner QV-121 Elizabeth M. Tyler ' Don Hatch 'l' ' K. L. Wilson 1' A. J. McDowell 4' Keith McCarty J. W. H011 F. R. Smith 'k M. D. Pais "' Dorothy Jean Albert Betty R. Bond 4' C. A. Lichten S M. C. Cherkas B. G. Trick 't Donna Jean Rolison 1 D. L. Netzer T. C. Bunting Carole Hass W. C. Wayne Frances H. XVilmeth J. I.. Davidson Billie jean Chrysler T. A. Taulli R. J. Bronikowski QV-125 Alto Clrzrifzelr Betty Hamm 2: Christie Ann Baechtold Virginia L. Carter Cmzlm-Bm! Clfwirlet C. E. Sawhill Z Alta Saxopbofier Mariorie A. Galutia 'F E. M. Creek it jo Anne Grundy zlrrirlarzl Direrlor Allen Sanford lV'12J Fluler and Picrolor Mary Lou Hayes 4' Lois E. Zorni 4' Doris M. Parger Atha L. Tehon 'k Ruth M. Frohardt Doris Mollet Charlotte Newlin Norma L. Tedforcl J. R. Littler 4' Margaret P. Noonan at Oboer Harvey Zorn 5' Martlia jane Picho C. S. Kritzer jane McClure it .Englirh Harm Lois M. Ousec Harold Lorenz Bnrilaaze Obne Peggy Kesling 4: Barroom' Wlilliam Skelton it R. I. Shawl at Hrirp Edna A. Michael Z nm ,lean M, Leader Marimbnr Barbara Arlenna juvinall Alyda Rene Ratajik Drum: H. R. Luttenbacher 4' G. E. Truckenmiller 3 bl. A. Senning QASTRJ L. D. Wise Cornelr XV. E. Lynes 5' Leroy O. Kirsch J. A. O'Connor ' R. G. Weilmroucll R. E. Berggren T. J. Deimer E. F. Morello Don Lewis A. Kathryn Blackwood R. E. Trimble Trnwfzelr L. R. Freeland Roland Anderson R. C. Johnson W' Evangeline C. Petters it M. R. Pocleschi Janice L. Kuhns Flugelborm R. G. Ferguson james McDonald Rowland Smith "' Laurel E. Hruda " jack Elliott it B. J. Leviton il' Dorothy A..Stone H. C. Senning Patricia Barton Tramboner V. E. Stephens "' A. C. Leach O. A. Smith 4' C. A. Phillips 4' M. I. Sabin W. N. Findley ' Bnrifarier and Ellph0lliIl77l.f R. XV. Landes PP E. G. Knox W. B. Duda Eleanor Louise Moore Bn.r.rc.r L. E. Freeman tl' M. J. Alexander Ross Titus D. L. Luessing Tyflzfmni Aline M. Fairbanks 'F 249 Ernie Hauser lllillilllll G lil ll The "Football Band" at Illinois has been outstanding since the early 1920's. It was the first organization to spell out words, to make designs, and all types of formations on the field while playing. It is equally famous for its A Cappella singing. The "Football Band" was reorganized the first semester of 1945 and performed for the Homecoming and Dads Day games. This was the first appearance since 19-12. During the war the service organizations stationed on the campus performed for the athletic events. Special credit should be given to the Navy V-12 Marching and Singing Unit for their football formations during the war period. The c'Football Band" activities have been directed by Clarence E. Sawhill since the fall of 1942. Indmna Hawk-eye Dove of Peace Liberty Bell i v , 'Fx i V5 Top Row: Marguerite Lanin , Neva Miner, Doyne Hissong, Lee Kerres, Donna Rolison, Doris Dugan, joan Guard, Georgia XVilson, june Sayler, Emily jean Hensel, Mariella Iyiipes, Letitia Wimberly, Mavoureen Brauman Third Row: Miss Grace Wilson, Marjorie Wlright, Nan McLafferty, Josephine Lindsay, Faith Kruse, Martha Gruha, Charlene Gates, Margarette Sundwick, jean Klein Rub Re nolds Allis D tt P ti ' B t , y y , enne , arcia ar on . Second Raw: Eleanor Lefever, Ruth Hutter, Minnie Lou Black, Marilyn Hannah, Ann Rees, Louise Riddle, Flossie Punke, Mary Hadfield, Nancy Frankel, Anne Burster, Shirley Wright, Ellen Lauder Boltom Row: jaccixuelme Dolby, Dorothy Galbreath, Louise Heicller, Mary Anderson, Ruby Kietzmann, Ruth Weimer, Lois Horning, Stella jean Hunter. Harriet Haycoc', Dorothy Rundle, Dorothy Rains, Joanna Brenner, Patricia Smith Dedicated to furthering the appreciation of choral music, to be- stowing honor on the Alma Mater, and to creating a feeling of sorority among its members, the Woruen's Glee Club again this year added honor to the Illini tradition of famed musical organizations. Under the direction of Miss Grace Wilson, the group presented two major programs, the Spring Concert, featuring light classics, and the Christmas Concert, which, for the first time since the beginning of the war, was given with the Men's Glee Club. The organization also made scheduled broadcasts from Radio Sta- tion WILL, and selected groups entertained at the U.S.O. and at Chanute Field. Accompanist was jo Lindsay, soloists included joan Guard, Pat Smith, Marguerite Laning, Stella jean Hunter, and Marilyn Hannah. The Glee Club 111Ct in the Orchestra Room of Smith Music Hall Tuesday and Thursday mornings at ten o'clock. The ofiicers, elected under the rules of the new constitution, were Ruth Hutter, president, Doris Dugan, secretary, Marguerite Laning, treasurer, Martha Gruba, music chairman, and Pat Barton, publicity chairman. Grace XVi1son Dlrertar 'S GLE Ulllli 25 ul l Mi ' Gin UL ll Clarence E. Sawhill Direrlar The University Men's Glee Club was organized this year for the First time since the fall of '4-2. At that time, the Men's Glee Club, always a traditional and respected group on campus, was forced to disband, because the army and navy were taking so many of its members. Now, the group is receiving into its fold a large number of returning veterans, and it is once again organ- ized and functioning. Charles E. Sawhill is the University Men's Glee Club director. The ofhcers are: Albert Leach, president, Frank Long, secretary-treasurer, Arnie Sklare, business manager- publicityg Ellis Know, librarian. Tag Raw: Gerald jenkins, Neal Chism, Gilbert Morcdock, Ronald Mensen, Paul Tessarar, john Kromrey, Richard Piersolch, Charles jones Third Row: Eugene Stephens, Jack 'Cary, George Tilton, jim Hartman, Randall Beasley, Charles Kreitzer, Robert Beard Semnd Row: Edwin Kamps, Henry Stevens, Andy Wl1ite, George Fulton, Fred Wleiss, John Appen, Clifford Lichten Bottom Raw: Tom Reynolds, Arthur Ticdemann, Arnold Sklare, Frank Long, Clarence Sawhill, Albert Leach, Ellis Knox, William. Shoulders, Gerrald Bernstein 255 6 A ni? I 'I i Q' , Q 5 Q. s 45 f elf, ai A at .nl f K ' 5- at THE illlll!lCE AT ILLI Ill YES, VVE HAVE SERVICE MEN! And to clarify any doubts as to just why they are here and just what they are doing, we proudly present some data concerning the men in uniform on the Illinois campus. Usually found strolling down the famous broadwalk, a library of books under their arms, are the V-12's. In addition, there have been added to the Illinois campus, as of this year, the Naval Reserve Officer Training Cadets. These boys are a part of a big program designed for learning which has been in progress since july 1, 1943. Hep, two, three, four .... can mean only one thing, a platoon of A.S.T.R. boys marching to class. Civilians beware! These boys mean business. There are now 170 of these students on campus. Their activities are regulated by Army officers and .... no explanation necessary! In salute to the Illini in uniform we have devoted the following pages to their recognition. r 257 Captain Leland R. Lampman Commmzdmg Omfff All ll-12 Cll00L Captain Leland R. Lampman, USN, Professor of Naval Science and Tactics and Commanding Oflicer of the V-12 Unit at the University of Illinois was graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis in June 1927. From 1927 to 1934 Captain Lampman served in the Atlantic Fleet, Central American Patrol, Asiatic Fleet and Yangtze Patrol, and the Pacific Fleet. After six years of sea duty he returned to Annapolis and later to the Marine School at Quantico, Virginia for post graduate Work. From 1936 to 1939 Captain Lampman served on destroyers in the Atlantic Fleet. Coming ashore, he served for two years at the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit at Yale Uni- versity, New Haven, Connecticut. During the War Captain Lampman was command- ing officer of the destroyer, U.S.S. Ellis in the Atlantic 58 Fleet, commanding officer of the destroyer, U.S.S. Thatcher in the Pacific Fleet, and Plans Officer for the Amphibious Force which participated in the in- vasions of Leyte, Lingayen, Zamboanga in the Phil- lipines, and the invasions of Tarakan and Brunie Bay in Borneo. In addition to the appropriate area campaign medals he has been awarded the Silver Star and The Legion of Merit Medals, and the Phillipine Liberation Medal. Captain Lampman's position at the University of Illinois calls for ability to recognize the character needed in junior officers in the fleet. It is his job to see that the young men under his command have these characteristics, and are capable of applying them so as to be advantageous to the service of the United States Navy. ' , V, K 1 .1 - ' A The University of Illinois Naval Reserve Oflicers Training Corps was ofilicially coinmissionecl on November 1, 1945 under the command of Captain Leland R. Lanipnian, USN, with Coinniander Carter B. Jennings, USN, as Executive Oflicer. lt is thc mission of the Naval ROTC to train qualified junior oflicers for the naval service, both reserve and regu- lar, as a component part of the national strength and prestige, in peacetime as well as in war. Standing from lvl! In rigbl: Lt. Smith, Lt. fj.g.J Williams, Lt. Hornsby, Lt. fl-2.5.1 Bryan, Lt. Keefe, Lt. fj.g.J Bechlem, Lt. Lehman, Lt. Bic-rstedt, Lt. Kramer. Sealed from Inf! In riglvlr Lt. Comdr. Blake, Capt, Lampman, Comulr. jennings, Lt. Comclr. Brimsek 6 Commencement Exercises The college year 19-I-5-19-16 was one of significant change for the Navy program on the U. of I. campus. A naval commissioning ceremony was conducted as part of the Commencement Exercises for the Hrst time on February 10, 1946. Sixty-one engineers, graduates of the Navy V -12 Program. were commis- sioned as Ensigns in the U. S. Naval Reserve, and before leaving the campus, received their orders for duty. The oath was administered by their Com- manding Ofiicer, Captain Leland R. Lampman, USN. This class included the first group to complete eight terms entirely in the Navy V-12 Program. With the graduation in june, of the last V-12 class, the Navy College Training Program which was inaugurated july 1, 19-13, came to a close. BATTALION TRAINEE STAFF OFFICERS Lane Mashaw, Balfalion filffllltlllff James Bayne, Baflnliozl Sub-cam11m11der,' jacob Staah, Balluliozz Lieule'mu1t,' Max Roller, Balfalfon Carrlrlmmlwg' Malcolm Pickett, Bnlmlion C.P.O. 260 Ullllllil Y I PLATOON I: - Tap Rom: Deim Desmond, Harry Ferris, Keith Chambliss, Evans Harrell, Carl Wise, Robert Firks, Edwin Dunkle, Howard Baugh- man, William Mulvay, jimmy Seyler, Raymond Bronikowski, Frederick Greer Thin! Row: jack Frank. Forrest Johnson, Erwin Eldridge, Richard Zellmer, Jerome Goldstein, Allen Cooper, Robert Ferrill, Roger Michailoll, Richard Geiger, William Ganzer, Warren Day, Robert Rauch, Leo Crow SL'L'07lfI Rom: Ralph Fisher, Martin Bennett, William Stevens, Charles Faber, Charles Green, Gerald Campbell, I.ee Blickenstalf, Robert Doll, Hy Elias, Karl Schneider, Edward Boehms, Walter Giflhorn, Edward Dillon Ballon: Row: Richard Bruckner, Robert Hand, Leslie Heideman, john McNamara, john Biggers, Daniel Drabik, Charles Schridde, Donald Brennecke, james Cornett, Willard Edclleman Trainee OMrerJ.' NVillard Eddelman, Company Comma-nder: Robert Punderson, Mustering P.O.g William Strattan, Commander, 2nd Platoon: james McCarthy, Chief Petty Oticerg james Seyler, Commander, lst Platoon, john Biggers, Mustering P.O. PLATOON Il: Top Row: Richard Heda, Stanley Heden, Dnnald Guinane, Bernard Bloom, Darrell Jarvis, Donald Skaggs, john Haulenbeek, john L'Engle, Ralph Creasman, Harry Lindahl, joseph Wfleklenski. XlUilliam Anderson .Yemuf!Roz1'.- W1llian1 Moschell, Tom Yates, Galen Hallett, Robert Punderson, Malcolm Pickett, Walter Versen, Stoddard Martin, Hilton Keen. Roger Muir, julian Houston B0ll07ll Row: William Strattan, George Hughey, Donald Smith, George Polk, J. Edward Lauber, Clifford Lessing, Wfilliam Keller, Ray Havens, james McCarthy, Fred Kessler, jerry Gitre 261 comm r Il PLATOON I Tap Row: john Ziegler, john Hallin, Raymond Funk, Martin Siebrasse, Francis Schumacher, john Burns, Ralph Behler, Burton Bouw- -kamp, Richard Rosner, Harry Widmar, Frank Bruns, Robert Smith I Third Row: Everard Book, Hernert Read, Robert Wlollberg, Arthur Zielmski, Harold Luther, Richard Johnston, Robert Spangler, Allen Sanford, Isaac Tesnrero, john Fee, Morris XVL-xlcr, Edward Bader, Hueh Woodcurk Serarnl Ragzf: Roy Adams, Herbert Shaffer, Thomas Wich, Robert Wliedenheft, Charles McMillan, jim XVhitworth, Donald Scheid, LeRoy Schweitzer, Edgar Harger, Aubrey Dickerson, Frank Carlet, Charles Blood Ballon: Row: Bob Wolcott, jarnes Link, Frederick Wleber, Fred Wleiss, Lynn Davis, Paul Bredow, Wlendell Bowers, Ralph Snyder, Thomas Neal, William Bridge, Kenneth johnson Trainee Oflicerrf XVilliam Wliitenack, Commaader, Zncl Platoon: Richard Smith, Mustering LO.: XVilliam 1-Ierda, Chief Petty Olncerg Robert Kersey, Company Commander: Hugh Woodcock, Commander, lst Platoon: Fredrick Weiss, Mustering P.O. W 7 , ,rig PLATOON II Top Raw: William McDermott, Robert Stetlfcns, john XVoods, Gerald O'Grady, Richard McConnell, Joseph Mann, john Rasmussen, William Herda, Henry DeVoss , , Second Row: Lawrence Parry, Thomas Lunak, john Kanesk, Earl Porter, Gene Durren, Frank Recny, William Pearce, james Pollock, William NVhitenack, Donald Littlefield I V , , , , Bottom Row: Richard Smith, David Climer, Leonard McMillion, XVCSIOH Olberg, john Ellis, Robert Clarke, Wfilliam Latimore, George Pipas, Ralph Nyhus K UUMPA Y Ill , PLATOON I Top Row: Francis Possley, Richard Horton, Charles Morrow, Lyman Greer, E. Rufus Rantala, Bernie Perlin, Albert Humphrey, Dave Culver, Claude Hazelroth, Charles Moore, joe Schroeder, Ray Stone, David Kleonter I Third Row: Peter Rankin, Ronald Perkins, Eugene Marconi, Robert Lodge, Blaik I-loit, Alton Miles, Ed Bites, John johnson, jack Blottman, Neil McKenna, Walter Kienzle, Bill Mogge, George Maxson, john Lancaster, Don Rauscher Second Row: V. Erle Johnson, C. Philip johnson, Robert Melicher, john Frcismuth, Maurice Nurse, Richard jones, Wlilliam Hlavecek, Clair Janes, Ken Klooze, john Molitor, Bill Mcffubbin Ballam :loan Jo51r1Priesmaier, Ken Oclland, Charles Nelson, Lee Lindberg, Dave Galvin, Bob Holland, Thomas jones, Arthur Lassers, Wil ar Lun ai Trainee Offcerr: Robert Gryb, Chief Petty Orlieer, William Mann, Company Commander, Raymond Stone, Commander, lst Platoon, Henry Stevens, Commander, 2nd Platoong john Lancaster, Mustering P,O.g Norton Chapin, Mustering P.O. PLATOON II Top Row: Marvin Sorensen, William Stoughton, Howard Wheeler, Lester Berk, Willian1 Mann, Henry Stevens, Neil Dunhan, Richard Bartholomew, William Wlaldmeier, Robert Cohn . Sermiid lRowE, jgxmes Etter, Donald Scott, joe Schroeder, James Bayne, Norton Chapin, Oliver Briggs, Seth Fisher, Norman Hendricks, overt ry Boitom Row: David Atchley, John Patterson, Ray Myers, Rav DeBiase, Eugene Shambaugh, XVilliam Thomas, Frederick Reimers, joseph Clark, Donald Reichert, Preston Rennie, Donald Sandell 263 M colin v Iv l i PLATOON I Top Raw: Robert Vree, james'johnsnn, Charles Rcinke, jay Cox, Hamilton Biggers, Delmar Beniamin, Vito Brigada, john Edwards, 4 -james Dricssen, john Grrdley, Clarence Sorenson, Robert Taylor Thin! Row: XVill1am Cargo, Lawrence Breinin, Robert Beard, Earl Bell, jacob Staab, john Henberger, Willianm Rahe, Andrew Robeck, Robert Brown, Franklin Bayha, Calvin johnson Serum! Row: james Rost, Robert Bledsoe, Ronald Parker, Charles McKinsey, Williarn Daniels, Thomas Laycock, Christ Dermand, Leslie Schenck, Alfred, DiMond, Robert Craig, john Carruthers, Gerald jenkins, Leonard Weinluerg Bnllfgn tllum: Bennett King, Roy johnson, Allan Amcel, Arthur Leininger, Charles Berkel, Wlilliam Ebert, john Erlenborn, james CS Trainee OMrz'rr.' Leonard Stidley, Mustering P.0.: Leonard Wleinberg, Mustering P.Q.1 Stanley Sprague, Com- mander lst Platoon: Harolr Downs, Company Commander, Robert Craig, Chief Petty Officer, Rosswell Steauy, Commander Znd Platoon PLATOON II , , Top Raw: jim Buck, james Carpenter, Francis Bushman, Hugh Rose, Samuel jefferres, james Sanders, Wayne Ring, Paul Powell, Richard Steacy, Harold Downs - I A h , Scrum! Row: Harold Strom, james Zeman, Loren Bannister, Leonard Strdley, jack Spangler, Wfrllxam Shoulders, Neal Chlsm, Lyston jermings, Robert Sarvis, Glenclall King, Darl Ellis ' n V - Ballon: Row: Marion Bowers, William Curtis, Ralgh Rybolt, Dalton Hoskins, Fred Steinke, james Tillxtt, jolm Murphy, Robert Moeckel, Ronald Montgomery, john Turnbull, Ro ert Taylor, Willianm Todd CUMPA Y ll l PLATOON I Top Row: Elmer Walston, Owen Antrim, Harold Schaller, Donald Brennan, james Fairchild, Thomas XVofTard, john Hayden, George Huff, Martin Abegg, Wlilliam Clark l ' Tbirrl Raw: Philip Bly, john Reigle, LeRoy jones, Ancil jones, john Stoeckinger, Clark Compher, juhen Compernollc, Britton Bailey, Richard Koci, Femme Hurd, Irwin Papke, jackson Hockman A . Second Row: Curtis Wlard, Hugh Sullivan, Carl Schurenberg, Alfred Schmeiser, Richard Wlitte, Robert Schuler, Richard Piersol, John Blaker, Rodger Murray, William Chalker, Leo Swinford, Robert Saar, Robert Sanford A Bottom Row: Donald Swets, Robert Bills, Ralph NVinslow, Bernard Regan, Buell Brinson, Marvin Wfalden, Thomas Oglesby, Ray- mond Barker, Donald Bcrning, Roger Burtness, Judson Smith Trainee Ofcerr: Harry Pedersen, Commander lst Platoon: Hall Roland, Mustering P.O., Gustav Blom, Com- pany Commanderg William Chalker, Chief Petty OiHcer3 Bertram Levey, Commander 2nd Platoon, Robert MCKinstry, biustcring P.O. PLATOON II TopEIga1r': Bl-iarold Turner, Gilbert Moredock, joseph Kelly, Moris Leighton, XVilliam Kelley, james Stallmeyer, Robert Watson, win y Seroml Razr: Albert Hale, Bertram Levey, Eugene Smith, john Kzelan, Charles Nipple, john Waterman, Emmett Connors, Carl Burns, Robert Mcliinstry, Donald Hansen Boflgzf Razr: Alvin Vancleventer, Charles Kratz, Davis Spires, Ri:hard McDaid, james Ferree, Harvey jordan, Donald Stearns, Peter om 265 4 , NAVY CHOIR 7olr Row: I.. BLIHFIISICI, R. McKmQt1'y, H, Roland, R. Blcdsol, W. Mann, E. XVHlSl0I1, -I. McCarthy, j. jenkins, P. Curry .S'z'mml Razr: j. Wlluyworth, N. Clusm, XV. Shoulders, A. Tiedemann, j. Haulenbeek, j, Houston, H. Stevens, j. Lancaster, R. Piersul BOIIGIII Kam: F. Wfcxss, J. Tcsarcro, D. Swets, j. Cox, A. Noland, M. Moore, G. Murcdock, I.. Stidley . TRIUNEE BAND OFFICERS Gerald jenkins, Richard Piersol, Paul Curry NAVY BAND Top Row: XV. Chalkcr, F. Bayhn, A. Tiedenmn, NV. Day, P. Breglow, H. BZlUEillI'l1ilFI Second Row: R. Piersol, J. Wfhitworth, A. Sanford, j. Coxzj. Smlth, I-I. Turner Boltom Kow: J. Lancaster, E. Boyle, G. jenkins, R. McKmstry, R. McConnell, Paul Curry RMATIIINS NAVY CANDIIIS b MORE NAVY UANDIDS ARMY I TR CTl0 AL TAFF Colonel Harry A. Buckley VV ar conditions have caused University military ac- tivities to be critically altered. just basic training was given civilian students and members of the A.S.T.R.P. the first semester. The six branches of the service rep- resented on the campus, including Infantry, Cavalry, Field Artillery, Coast Artillery, Engineering, and Sig- nal Corps, were presented as a 'LBranch Immateriall, course. Second semester, however, a series of significant and progressive changes founded a new and vigorous Colonel Harry A. Buckley Colonel John H. McGee Captain Frank J. Kent Major VVilliam G. Kreger Captain Lloyd T. Hanson Captain Addison VV. McLintock lst Lt. Frank A. Bridgewater Captain Harry WV. Welton lst Lt. Max E. Landes Captain Peter J. Murphy 2nd Lt. Henry G. Nodland Captain Thomas H. Cooper W.O. jr.Gr. john E. Smith ROTC program. Infantry, Cavalry, and Engineer units were reactivated, along with a Hrst year ad- vanced course. Pershing Rifies, an honorary group for increasing knowledge of military drill, was re- established at battalion strength. The ROTC teaches courtesy, respect for authority, and the value of individual effort in mass accomplish- ment. It creates an interest in national affairs, and points out the duties and obligations of citizens in time of peace. Top Row: Smith, Murphy, Bridgewater, Landes Hallam Row: Buckley, Kreger, McI.intock, Welton N01 in Panel: McGee, Cooper, Kent, Hanson, Nodland l xx X The Army Gr-25 to Ciass "The Big Five" ROTC Band on Parade - fig' , On the Lighter Side! The Army Moves on Its Stomach! !w- Tlmc Day's Orders! --.-Q.-.mei Food for Thought ! fi! JW Keep 'It Coming! x X xg? .:'a' . '55 mx X ,, Whnt's the Trouble, Sarge? -I rr, 21 ATHLETMCS I F00'l'BALL ll IRASKEWALL W 5 5 . Q Ae Q, nl BASEBALL sv-.5 E . IV mon 3 -X 3 v owlmn mnswv SPURTS , ri ff ? 5 Ag , Q f 1 - X , 1, W 2 LL lg i fr' 1 274 i 1 F 1 - fm' G U 2... Q 'sg 4 1 Kflllx - QQ 27 I INV I 'I Qyy x ? fm Q Q, 4 xo W' l ami' L U r nl 5 9 X. ,Q . 43 6 M ,7 ra L I' 1 1 Q :Lf a -ll 55 Gi FUUTBALL This year, the sports writers coined a new title and bestowed it upon the Fighting Illini of 1945: "Hospital Champions of the Nation." Facing a tough schedule with the most experienced eleven he had fielded since pre-war days, Coach Ray Eliot saw his bright hopes for a conference contender fade with the loss of the "Elusive Eddiesn, Bray and McGovern, 'ere the conference tilts began. By midseason, five more regulars, George Bujan, Larry Forst, Stan Sprague, Lou Agase and Bill I-Ieiss were sidelined for the season, or available for only limited portions of games, because of in- juries or illness. The Illini saw five games slip from their grasp by a single touchdown. Such things as the failure to gain a yard on fourth down, a fumble on the two-yard line, a pass incomplete into the end zone, a field goal which missed by inches, all while knocking at the door to victory, cost the Illini a possible record of seven wins and two losses. The final talley was two victories, six defeats and a tie, with a record of 1-4-1 in theiBig Ten. W N ILLINOIS Illinois . Illinois . Illinois . Illinois . Illinois . ILLINOIS Illinois . Illinois . 1 41 I, easy. 1 .. Ralph Scrpico Captain 9 Ray Eliot ', Comb . -pid F00'l'llIlLL Q I '- '35P'.l Flff i . ILLINOIS RECORD BIG TEN STANDINGS . . .23 Pittsburgh . . . . 6 W. L. . . 0 NOTRE DAME . . . 7 lndifma ' - '- 5 0 . . 0 INDIANA . . . . 6 Michigan ' ' ' ' ' 5 1 . . 7 VVisconsin . . 7 Ohio State ' ' ' ' ' 5 2 Northwestern . . . . . 3 3 .. 0 MICHIGAN . .. . . .19 Purclue...... ..3 3 I " cf. .. . . 2 . . ' ' ' 6 GREA1 LAI Lg 1 1fVIscons1n . . . . 2 3 ...48 Iowa..... .. 7 ILLINOIS... H1 4 . . 2 OI-IIO STATE . . . . . Nlinnesota I ' . I 1 5 . . 7 NoR'1'HwEs'r13kN . . . . .13 Iowa . . . . . . 1 5 T011 Row: Backlield Coach Ralph Fletcher, Boll Cunz, Torn Zabome, jaclg Pieree, Trainer Matt Bullock U Third Row: Wes Tregoning, Al Zimmerman, Bxl1Krall,-Micke Perkins, Bill Heiss, Line Coach Tony Blazine Q Second RHI!!! Head Coach Ray Eliot, joe Salman, Ra? Ciszek, erry Cies, ,Bob Lunn, jim Valek, Bill Butkovich, Line Coach Burt Ingwerscn Front Row: Gene Kwasniewski, L. A. Bingaman, Bil Kolens, alph Serplco, Mac Wcnskunas, Les Joop, Stan SEZISICH Pct. 1.000 .833 .714 .500 .500 .400 .250 .167 .167 Bill Heiss Tommy Zaborac Halfbnrk Ray Clszek End End Fll0'I'llALL ILLINOIS 23 PITTSBURGH 6 Although Coach Ray Eliot's hopes of starting the 1945 sea- son with an upperclassman in every position were dashed three days before the opening game by the hospitalization of half- back Eddie McGovern, the Fighting Illini showed a great deal of poise and power in soundly spanking the Pittsburgh eleven, 23-6. The starting lineup, which was to undergo many more changes before the season was through, included three seniors, six juniors, three sophomores and one freshman, the most ex- perienced lineup since that of the memorable renaissance year of 1942. Eliot was obviously using this game merely as a testing ground for the Notre Dame fracas, and, victory assured after the first few minutes, was loath to let any Irish scouts in the stands see just what the Illini would have to offer the following week. Conventional plays from the "T" and but a standard de- fense were suflieient to trounce the outclassed Panthers. Tom Zaborac, called upon at the eleventh hour to replace McGovern, displayed power, which seemed a rare commodity on the Illini market, combined with speed matched only by tiny Eddie Bray. lVith these two valuable assets, he turned in a very creditable 4.1 yard average for the day, and was stopped without a gain only once. But it remained for Bray to turn in the most spectacular run of the day, and perhaps of the season as well. He smashed his way 39 yards to the goal, reversing his field and changing pace again and again, and ran through, over, or around every' Pan- ther on the field. ILLINOIS 0 NOTRE DAME 7 Never in the history of the sport have the Fighting Illini been able to best the Fighting Irish on the gridiron. In years gone by, it has often been a moral victory for the Illini to bring home a scoreless tie. At other times, it has been the "luck of the Irish" that has saved the South Benders from seemingly inevitable defeat at the hands of a superior Illini eleven. A memorable example was furnished by Frank Dancewicz in 1944: Illinois seemed on its way to the breaking of a precedent when a lateral pass play saved the day for the wearers of the Green. This year's game was the same old story. Notre Dame scored on a 75-yard run by Phil Colella on the Hrst play of the ball game, and from there on, the Orange and Blue was continually frustrated. After eight minutes, Bray was limping to the side- jr' 'I t 'L li 4 t , if-- , 1 Q. is 5 Lester Joop Glldflf 1.3! Louis Agase Tafkle fu . l' . . in - . 7" , . . uf 1-.54 v I ' V51 .' - M, " 7" g ' W "fl,-D . 1'- L ,H 'I '. !.' 533' 1 ' 1 us,-'-5-7'5l',,,g .l ' I V 3 ,455 fu, .. 'y K, a-.faq H ' . -' -' -". 'fikllll , J" :Wi 'lf' - . A ,, .,?nQ1'!'Q'Q'iu'nA'iK"-" . ' , , . ....,...,.,,.N..-a.-..-,.i. F00'l'lillLL line, his ugoodi' knee out of commission. Even without him, the Illini racked up thirteen first downs to Notre Dame's six. But their inability to move, once inside the 15-yard stripe, proved fatal. Of ten plays started from within fifteen yards of the goal line, none got past the one. More than once the ball game was lost by an acute case of fumblitis, complicated by the inability to connect with passes. Zaborac was the outstanding back for the Illini, gaining an average of 4.8 yards each time hc carried the ball. The entire Illini fonvard wall played magnificently for sixty minutes, allowing but one threat other than the initial play. But the player of the day was Dancewicz, of the Irish, who streaked from out of nowhere time and again to pull down an enemy who was seemingly in the clear. ILLINOIS 0 INDIANA 6 Indiana, now reigning as undisputed king of Big Ten foot- ball for 1945, almost slipped off the road to the throne in the opening game of the season. Illinois, playing without four regulars, all sorely needed, battled the boys from Bloomington on even terms for the first forty-eight minutes, turning back fourteen plays from within the fifteen yard line. On the it-v, ,lg serif' .- ,La:.,:r1, jack Pierce H111 f bark Fifteenth play, the Hoosiers uncorked a touchdown pass that proved the game-winner. Stan Stasica, a discharged veteran, received his first taste of Big Ten competition with but two days of practice under his belt, and sparkled the entire eight minutes he was in the game. It was he who headed an Illinois drive in the closing minutes, topped off by a twenty-eight yard run to the nine, that had "Bo" McMillan fearing for the scalps of his "po' little boys." Starring on defense for the Illini was Mac Wenskunas, another veteran, who postponed defeat many times with his magnificent linebacking. Less in action, but receiving far the greater amount of publicity, was a Great Dane that had some- how escaped Matt Bullock and sauntered onto the field in time stop an Indiana touchdown pass. ILLINOIS 7 WISCONSIN 7 For a brief moment, it seemed as though the Fighting Illini would win their second conference start with ridiculous ease. Bill Butkovich passed to Ray Ciszek on the first play for a score, the entire operation covering seventy-six yards. A few minutes later, fans thought they were about to witness one of the highest scoring games in history, as the Badgers took the Center Joe Saban - Fnllbncle james Valek FIIUTBALL ball from the kickoff and marched the length of the field to score. And there, however, the scoring ended, but not the excite- ment. The rest of the game followed the familiar pattern of Illini frustration. IVith the exception of the first five minutes, NVisconsin was in constant peril of defeat. Each time they gained possession of the ball, stellar defensive work by VVensk- unas, Lou Agase, Les Bingaman and others halted their every attempt. Illinois' offense worked wonders in midfield, but each time the Badgers were forced back into the shadow of their goal posts, a tragic fumble or a pass that could not seem to be caught would halt the invaders in their tracks. After knocking at the door to victory the entire second half, the Illini had one last attempt which missed by a sickeningly small margin. WVith second remaining, Bunker jones attempted a twenty-four yard field goal from a bad angle. The kick was wide of the uprights by inches, and VVisconsin took pos- session of the ball for the remainder of the game, satisfied to return to the locker room with what Madison fans con- sidered a moral victory. ILLINOIS 0 MICHIGAN 19 The Fighting Illini lived up to their name as never before, be- fore a near capacity Homecoming crowd. With seven regulars either out of the game or seeing limited duty only, Illinois' remaining linemen fought two alternating Michigan lines, both superb, to a standstill for forty-eight minutes. Then, at the point of exhaustion, their effectiveness diminished steadily, allowing fresh Wolverines to pour through gaping holes to throw the Orange and Blue for loss after loss, to block punts, to knock down passes, and to score nineteen points in the last twelve minutes. . Illini partisans, who had seen Butkovich put Michigan on their heels time after time with punts reaching phenomenal yardages up to eighty-six yards, and who had seen a line which Fritz Crisler praised as "better than Army's for forty-eight minutes" subdue one threat after another, were stunned by the sudden turn of events. It had not seemed possible that the Illini, who had given up only one touchdown in each previous game, could fall apart so suddenly. It was a boy from Bloomington, Illinois, who was largely re- sponsible for the crushing blows of the last twelve minutes. And, ironically, his name was Elliott. ILLINOIS 6 GREAT LAKES 12 A revamped Illini squad, with only Bill Heiss and Ralph ff .i ,M Q 1- K, v l , RJ:-lx. Q 'B sf!! .I 1 'X ' I I . ', 4- ,x ' T-rr, Y'!,,- tc! 8" 5 'sm A J f Y ln., N bi 1. -1,3 'bait-' ,iflyfi 33 'Q cf- - x 'Gila ' Jiri E14-!"jf.q3' if -s Q egg! I' ' ' dv x"'.F"E'lQi5?f-, YN Mn. 3 . 'U fi i -lvfscff 1 . ' 'kk-I turf Q, - are grew Sexy 4 ' C al 5331 "r . :rag 4- V - , gl., - QU: 'U wail Lester Bingaman Gum' F0ll'llillLL Serpico remaining from the original eleven, was swamped by the surprising sailors from Great Lakes in the first quarter. The Navy's "lucky seven" returned again and again to plague the unhappy Illini during that troublesome period. After a seventy-three yard return of the opening kickoff, the sailors navigated through seven plays to a score. The first time they gained possession of the ball in the final quarter, they again took exactly seven plays to push the count to 12-6. It was a great day for the newcomers to the Illinois squad, however. Discharged veterans and freshmen took over most of the duties and performed them in a very satisfactory man- ner. Gene Kwasniewski showed great promise on several well- executed runs, scoring the lone Illini touchdown. Stasica came up with another of his spectacular long runs, and Jack Pierce did well in his share of the ball carrying. jim Valek, Bill Kolens, and jack Jordan were outstanding on defense. Kolens blocked two punts and was instrumental in breaking up several sustained sailor drives. And, for the first time this season, Illini overcame their tendency to excessive fumbling. . "J e: C. 'lgmbuizs .aa -.. I Lmnlillm... I. - ILLINOIS 48 IOWA 7 The point-hungry Illini, who had totalled only thirteen points in the five contests immediately preceding the game with the Hawkeyes, ate their fill at the expense of the be- wildered Iowans with a barrage of forty-eight points. After an unpleasant start, during which Iowa gave notice that they possessed some power and unlimited spirit, the Illini turned the tables and dashed, passed, ploughed, and place-kicked for seven touchdowns, three conversions and a field goal. Pierce, who was to lead Big Ten rushings at the end of the season, was the individual star of the day, scoring twice on long jaunts, passing to Ciszek for another, and setting up others with his brilliant running. The rest of the scoring was divided among five players, Zaborac, Valek, Al Zimmerman, and Mickey Perkins counting for touchdowns, and Jones splitting the uprights with a perfect field goal. Q For the first time in the 1945 season, injuries were at a minimum. The notable exception was the broken leg suffered by one of the officials late in the first half. Gene Kwasniewski Hulfback Bill Butkovich Qlmrierback Mac Wenskunas Stanlev S rague Em Al Zimmtrmm H llfb Nfl Cmmfr 4' ffm, Em! F00'lllilLL ILLINOIS 2 OHIO STATE 27 Illinois was definitely a three-quarter ball club against Ohio State, succumbing in the fourth period for the season's worst defeat. Although magnificent punting by the Buckeyes' Dick Fisher kept Illinois deep in their own territory from the outset and the Illini were unable to muster any sustained drive, the score at the beginning of the final period was only 7-2. Ohio's superior manpower was used with telling effect in the last 15 minutes, as the Buckeyes marched through Illinois' injury-riddled defense for three touchdowns. The only score for the Illini was a safety. which occurred when Ray Ciszek slipped through Ohio blockers to catch a would-be Buckeye punter in the end zone. This came follow- ing a touchdown threat by Eliot's team which was stopped on the four-yard line. Outstanding on defense was MacVVens- kunas, whose line-backing was largely responsible for the close score for three quarters. Most spectacular run of the day was a Stan Stasica specialty, a 56-yard broken Field dash on a punt return which ended just short of the Ohio goal line as the gun fired ending the first half. There was little doubt, however, that the best back on the field was Ollie Cline of Ohio, a fullback who ultimately earned honors as the Big Ten's most valuable player. ILLINOIS 7 NORTHWESTERN 13 In the season's Finale, the Fighting Illini met the surprising Northwestern eleven at Evanston. Badly underated at the be- ginning of the season, the boys from the shores of Lake Michi- gan had held Indiana third team in the nation, to a 7-7 tie and upset powerful Purdue. Illinois was starting a vastly different eleven from that which began the season-only three of the original lineup remained. Few even were present from the midseason starting eleven. This year had ranked with 1943, when Illinois earned the name of the "Vanishing Illini", but that year through the draft rather than by this year's injuries. However, this game,proved to be one of the most evenly played of the season, for both the Illini and the Wildcats. Illinois led early in the second period, by virtue of a forty-one yard run by Pierce. Northwestern retaliated in the same stanza with a seventy-nine yard march to the goal. Late in the game, a field goal attempt by jones, which seemed as if it were the decisive play of the contest, struck the goal post and fell harmlessly aside. Thus inspired, the Northwestern team scored the game winning points after an exchange of punts. It was' a great day for the youthful Illini halfbacks, as Pierce, Zaborac, and Zimmerman scintillated throughout the game. Wles Tregon ine, f .i 4 Qs. l'l f 5 Q pr NJ! 1 -Qks ,Q ull, at 984 4,411 ll KETBALL In 1945-46 the Illini pulled out of a midseason slump to avenge every con- ference defeat save one, spoil the bids of Iowa and Northwestern for the crown, and give the Illinois fans a preview of things to come. Not just one of the fabulous Whiz Kids has returned, but fourg not merely a pair of the sensational freshman squad of 1943 have returned to the basket- ball capital of the world, but almost the entire pack. The 1946 squad upset mighty DePaul, rated the top team in the nation, and saw five conference games slip from its grasp by an average of 3.6 points. Short on experience and individual stars, but long on pep, enthusiasm and love for the game, the "Eager Beavers" kept the fans on the edge of their seats time and again with breathtaking second-half rallies which ended now in victory, now in a heartbreaking two-point defeat. ' Does the problem of picking even a traveling squad from the dozens of stallar performers seem insurmountable? "The kind of a headache I,d like every day in the week," smiles Doug Mills. L, 4 19 f' seg V 285 I I, 4,1 Doginggills BIG TEN STANDINGS W. Ohio State . . . . .10 Indiana.... ...9 Iowa ....... . . . . . 8 Northwestern . . . . . . 8 ILLINOIS .... . . . 7 Minnesota . . . 7 Michigan . . . . . . 6 Purdue.... ...4 Wisconsin . . . 1 Chicago... 0 Pct. 883 750 667 667 583 583 500 333 083 O00 IIA KETIIALL Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Illinois Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Top Row: Assistant Coach XValter Roettger, jack Burmaster, Fred Green, Bob Rowe, jack Smiley, George Lecldy, Coach Douglas Mills BUHOIII R0-zu: Ray McClure, Walter Mroz, Dwight Humphrey, Hal Craig, Bob Menke, Bob Doster ILLINOIS RECORD WRIGHT FIELD St. Louis Great Lakes Great Lakes' Hospital Detroit OHIO S'I'A'rI5 Drake Nebraska IOWA DePaul Wisconsin NIICHIGAN GHIO STATE Northwestern Chicago GIlEA'l' LAItIss Chicago Michigan NoIzTIIw12s'I'I2IzN Wisconsin Iowa i sae, mv 1 yu Wallis Mroz Dwight Humphrey Bob Doster Jack Smiley Fartuard Farwurr! Farwfzrn' Guard Illinois faced the 1946 season in the same position it has enjoyed since 1943-the perennial dark horse, al- ways upsetting the finest calculations of the experts with the outstanding play of squads composed largely of freshmen. This year's team performed in the best of dark horse traditions, dropping its first game by a slim margin to one of the top service teams in the country, Wright Field, which sported such stars as Illinois' Dike Eddleman. The squad then outlasted a scrappy St. Louis five with the first of a long line of spine- tingling rallies which ended as little Dwight Hum- phrey calmly tossel two free throws through the hoop after regulation play was over, to tie the score and send the game into an overtime. I-Ie also scored the first basket in the extra period which brought the Illini a victory. BA KETBALL The next three games, warm-up wins over Great Lakes, Great Lakes I-Iospital, and Detroit, showed the excellent condition of the Illini, as every man saw action in contests which ran in high gear for the entire forty minutes. This four-game winning streak was cut short by a defeat at the hands of the championship Ohio Five, resumed with two easy non-conference wins over Drake and Nebraska, and then stopped again as Iowa staved off the smoothest second-half rally of the young season to win, 41-39. At the time that DePaul visited Champaign, they were rated by the vast majority of the newsmen as the nation's number one team. True to tradition, the Illini, the underdog in DePaul contests since 1943, toppled the Demons from the ranks of the unde- feated by the decisive margin of 56-37, on the all- N. X ... w fi., X5 ' 'ie 34? .- , . 'sf H , -' ' cg. J, I . H N 4 Y 1 5 ,... "hm 1 ii ,LL 13' .1 as ,- Sw 'I mpw 1155 1 ' ,, r v A Q H-J A L if ' 'B ,Af N A f H L x ar.. 9501.9 ,'!f :1 Q, , ' 2-- 1' ff vm iw ' . ' 5? 9. , Q -v Bi A -5 fa X' 'x JH d7f Y x +' - 1 ff AL 'ix . , Y . 1 fn' I 4 -.7 u f 4 'J N - J . up A A " ' V ,W k,,,,, h i 1 A. 5 NJ ' '- X. K R g F ,I . . I ,rn ,Q F V - jf fi. J vmM'Q 5 1 f :Am L 4 5 " X Q, 5 ex ' ig., il fi Bob Rowe C L'l1lz'l' jack Burmaster Gmzrd began to exhibit form of championship calibre, top- ping a greatly improved Wisconsin team, 72-53. Re- turned veterans led the scoring for a second straight week, as Green racked up 19 and Smiley 13. Mroz stepped in when Doster experienced a continuation of his three-game scoring famine, and counted 11 points. V A fitting climax to a hair-raising season was the up- set, 57-51, of the league-leading Iowa Hawkeyes, after the Illini trailed for 30 minutes, at one time by 15 points. Doster returned to form with brilliant re- bounding and offensive work, scoring 22 points, and Smiley turned in the best performance on a team in which stellar floor play was commonplace. Of the season's lettermen, no five can be picked as the "Hrst string". Starting lineups were never the George Leddy Guard Bob Menke Center BASKETBALL same. Standing out among those who played from the start of the season was Bob Doster, third in Big Ten scoring, one of the three Illini ever to score over 200 points in a single season, picked by his teammates as the most valuable player, and selected almost unani- mously on the second all-conference squad. Sharing the last honor was jack Burmaster, a returning letter- man from 1945, whose stellar defense and steady shoot- ing contributed much to the success of the Illini. But every victory was won by teamwork and the less heralded play of such men as Wallie Mroz, Dwight Humphrey, jim Seyler, Bob Rowe, George Leddy, and Bob Menke. Once again the coaching genius of Doug Mills and Wallie Roettger and the natural ability of a group of boys just out of Illinois high schools have proven themselves! f ' n XA 5,1 ni S tal Coach lfVallie Roettger once again was faced with a draft-riddled lineup at the start of a new season, but proceeded to fill those vacancies with such success that Illinois finished a remarkable third in the Big Ten, with six wins and five losses. With but a small nucleus of men back from 1944's all-Freshman squad, the Illini had the I-Ierculean task of meeting twenty opponents, including such strong foes as Great Lakes, Chanute Field, and Lockbourne Air Base, and came out with an even break-ten victories and ten reverses. Though strong in the pitching and fielding departments, the Illini had only one major weakness - power hitting, without which championships never can be attained. Q. lil EBALL ' .. 291 1 lie" Roettgcr Max! fn lm J 1 J 1 s PT Zilnpfn l'I' ILLINOIS RECORD Illinois ....... 1 CLEVELAND . . . . . . 9 ILLINOIS .... 4 Lockbourne ....... . . . 1 Illinois ....... 1 LOCKBOURNE . . . . . 3 1 ILLINOIS .... 8 Chanute Field .... 7 ILLINOIS . . 4 Iowa .......... . . . 2 A ILLINOIS . . 4 Iowa ........ . . . 0 Illinois . .. .. 0 MICHIGAN . .. . .. 3 Illinois . .. .. O MICHIGAN ... .... 1 ILLINOIS . .15 Sedalia . . . .... . . . . 4 Illinois ....... 2 INDIANA . . . . . . . 10 BIG TEN STANDINGS Illinois ....... 6 Indiana .... 6 qrie VV I T Pct. ILLINOIS .. 3 Ohio State . 2 Michigan . . . 0 1.000 ILLINOIS . . 8 Ohio State ......... . . . 2 Wisconsin . . .667 ILLINOIS .. 5 Northwestern ........ .. 0 ILLINOIS . . .545 Illinois ....... 2 NORTI-IWESTERN . . . 7 Indiana . . . . . .500 ILLINOIS . . 6 Lambert Field ..... . . . . . 3 Minnesota . . .500 Illinois . . , . . 3 GREAT LAKES . . . . . . . 7 Ohio State .... . . .4-15 Illinois . . . . . 5 IOWA SEAI-IAVVKS . . . 6 Northwestern .400 Illinois . . . . . 6 PURDUE . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 7 Iowa ....... .375 ILLINOIS . . 12 Purdue ................ 5 Purdue . . . . . .167 Illinois . . . . . 4 CHANUTE FIELD . . . .11 Tap Raw: Wallis Mraz, james Neufcldt, Bill Myers, jim Wfakeheld, Bob Anderlik, Gerald Ka ', Manager Gordon I-Iloke - U Ballam Raw: Marvin Rotblatt, Howard Judson, john johns, Arthur Eclclund, Roy vIY1C'CIOXV, Eddie Planert, Leo Gcclvrlas, Bill Butkovrch, Coach Wall Roettger Roy Wiedow Pm ber Robert Anderlik Oldfield BA IIBALL as one of decisive wins and sound spankings, of brilliant hurlin and l The 1945 baseball season w g apses in hitting, of vaunted opponents and youthful Illini. The net result was a .500 per- centage in all games, with ten wins, ten losses, and a tie, and a repetition of 1944's third place slot in the Big Ten with six- five-one. Opening the year's activities was the return of Lou Boudreau, probably the greatest baseball Illini, with his Cleveland Indians, to best the collegiate nine, 9-1. This was followed by a pair with Lockbourne Air Base, which.were split, the victory in the first game coming by timely hitting on the part of Howie jud- son. Chanute was then topped, 8-7, in a twelve-inni which Hnally turned on the superior physical condition of the Illini for a prolonged duel. ng session The conference season opened with a victorious double-header over Iowa, which proved the Illinois pitching staff to be amon 2 the most potent in the Big Ten, and was followed by a pair of heartbreaking losses to Michigan, both of which were hurling Bill Butkovich Sewnd Baie Leo Gedvxlas Third Bale if If Marvin Rotblatt Pllfber limes Neufelclt Ouihelfl ..-,- is- jim XVakcfield Catrber Art Ecklund Piffber BA EBALL duels that could have rom the loss column with the aid of lacking power hitting. The opening month's play was finished with a free-scoring win over Sedalia, with Judson counting two homers, a loss to Indiana, and a spectacular fifteen- inning tie with the Hoosiers. It was judson's day again in this marathon, as he lasted the entire route, matching pitch for pitch the best work of three Indiana hurlers. The next two weeks found the Illini hitting their peak, win- ning three in a row and four out of five, before hitting a la season slump that cost tl been snatched f .te mem four defea ' V Q . . ts in five starts. Included xeie decisive victories over O hio, Northw Lambert, a d estern, Purdt d n losses at th le, an e hands of Great Lakes the I hawks, Purdue N ' , owa Sea- , oithwestern, and a revenge-bent Chanute nine. The outstanding players were n aturally amon h gained th ' g t ose who had e invaluable e ' Xperience in intercollegiate ball before and aro the year und whom Coa h c Roettger b ' ball 'l u1lt his third place cub. Included in this frrou D p of sophomor johns cat'l es were John , tier, voted the most valuable Illini and among the ik s., i H 'fwafraz-mai:ii I. ' f'..G1f-my agp-armmf ga .V iw:,aQv5.,, ,b , , ', H,-fi Mg ---7!"iWi- ' - M' ii I ns , , : ..,A.. ' -. ' JQQN JL ai.. . N ii wi 3,9-F Eddie Planert . Tlvird Bare Gerald Kaires Inield BA ERALL 00 average, an leading conference hitters with a .3 lost two, and h Illini's outstanding hu rler, who Won three, son, t e went the entire route in the 14-inning endurance contest at Indiana. Judson was elected captain for the 1946 season, but entered the Navy at the close of the 1944-45 school year. " os ect was Bob Perhaps the most promising freshman pr p Anderlik, centerfielder, whose timely hitting was instrumental se natural ability has been rated by in several rallies, and Who 1 of any Illini since Lou Boudreau. Also out- many as the equa vas Jim Wakefield, brother standing among the first year men x ' ' ' l forced johns l Wakefield of Detroit Tigers fame, w io of Dicc . ' ' catching position. ' ute to keep his first-string to hustle every mm ' H vie jud- t first no problem Wlfh three hurlers, ow Pitching, a ll as dealt a crit- d Marv Rorblatt, on ca , w Art Ecklund, an . ' ' . Judson son, he loss of Rotblatt with a head injury ical blow by t ' 'formance after rned 1n one stellar pei and Ecklund, however, tu ' ' d the team to a successful another, to lead the pitching staff an SCEISOI1. Xvallie Mroz Ollrfielrl john johns C muh rr Howard Judson Plfflwl' ll ' i ii 11aew.?f" 11.2 TRACK Seldom is the track prowess of the University of Illinois thought of by modern track enthusiasts without bringing forth memories of climactic finishes after spectacular seasons. The year of 1945 in outdoor track and the indoor season of 1946 were no exceptions to the excellence that has become an Illinois trademark under the guidance of Coach Leo johnson. The former saw an Illinois team, which had grown to rely upon Buddy Young and Bob Kelley for at least four or five firsts in every meet, adapt itself so well that the loss of Young to the Navy and Kelley on injuries went almost unnoticed to the casual observer of the point totals. A fitting climax to the outdoor season was the decisive defeat of favored Michigan in the Big Ten Meet, followed by a near upset of powerful Navy in the NCAA with a token entry of six Illini. Indoors, in 1946, Illinois found itself in the unusual position of the favorite. Having swept the schedule of dual meets without a defeat, its annexation of the Conference crown was thought assured. Narrowly averting an upset, thc Illini won the meet by 7-Z of a point, gaining that margin on the last event of the dav. fi 297 Leo T. Johnson Coarb 'mor BIG TEN CONFERENCE MEET ILLINOIS . . . Michigan . . . . Minnesota . . . Ohio State . . . Purdue .... Wisconsiii . . . Indiana . . . . IoWa......... Northwestern Chicago . . . . . Spring, 1945 BIG TEN CONFERENCE MEET ILLINo1s . . . Michigan . . . Wisconsin . . . Minnesota . . . Ohio State . . Purdue ..... Northwestern Indiana . . . . . Iowa. . . . Chicago . . . VVi1zte1', I 946 65M 49W am 22 zon 14 5 0 0 0 sm sm im 14 14 12 5M 3M lk 0 T R : L ' A , B'll C I ', Pt Blom, Ra Snyder, Stanley Sprague l , Bggomolgazu:0XlsZixi:i:nirm:in, Xlgillizim Eliister, joe Hlciyes, George XValker, Coach Leo T. Johnson, Charles Burghardt, Phil Steinberg, Robert Ixellcy Marce Gonzalez 29 George XV:1lker --v'?f'lV Captain Marte Gonzalez Eric Hughes 1 '1 TRACK Although crippled almost as soon as the season be- gan by injuries to Bill Buster, Bob Phelps, and Bob Kelley, Illinois' 1945 outdoor track team overcame the handicap to prove itself one of the best squads in the country. Paced by freshman George Walker, always a double winner in the hurdles in which he consistently approached or tied existing records, the youthful Illini not only brought home the Big Ten laurels, but ex- ploded at Milwaukee with a concussion that was felt as far east as Annapolis, nearly upsetting Navy, the outstanding NCAA favorite, with an Illinois entry of but six men, The season opened as the Illini, not yet in condition, sent its 880 yard relay team to the Drake relays for a win. Quickly whipping into shape, they crushed Mar- quette, Indiana, and Northwestern in a quadrangular meet in which Walker, Kelley, and Marce Gonzalez each finished with double wins to lead the parade of Illinois firsts. b Great Lakes and Michigan both edged out Illinois and Ohio State the following week, as Illini firsts were cut to four by a series of pulled muscles. But in the next meet, with Notre Dame, nine wins were reg- istered, the Orange and Blue finishing ahead of the Irish by the substantial margin of 68 to 83. Suffering from an acute shortage of sprinters after the loss of Buster, Coach johnson entered Wallcer in the 100 in the Big Ten meet in a surprise move that, together with the return of Kelley from the ranks 99 Bob Rehberg Bill Buster l Herb Mclicnley TRACK of the injured to take two titles, the usual double win of Wallcer' in the hurdles, and firsts by Gonzalez in the 220 and Henry Aihara in the broad jump, supplied the necessary points for the championship. The Illini chose not to compete in strength in the NCAA championships, but even so finished second to Navy, winning four firsts and a number of minor places for a total of 5721 points. In addition to Walk- er,s almost automatic national championships in the hurdle events, Phelps returned to form to take the pole vault crown with a mark of 13' 6", Aihara cap- tured the broad jump title, Buster, competing in the 100 for the first time of the season, won a second, and Gonzalez placed fourth in the 440. The NCAA culminated an undefeated season for 300 two Illini. YValker competed twelve times, in the hurdles and the 100, and took twelve firsts, while Aihara, winning the broad jump time and again by only a fraction of an inch, entered live times for as many victories. The 1946 indoor track season was the most suc- cessful in recent years for the Illini, as they went through the conference meets undefeated and climaxed the year with a Z point victory over Michigan in the Big Ten meet. On February 10, at 4:30 P.M., Coach johnson saw his first semester team, paced by such SlT21'S as VValker and Phelps from the 1945 squad, win the opening dual meet from Minnesota. Simultaneously, he greeted the great host of stellar performers who had just returned Vic Twomcy William Mathis Bob Phelps TRACK from the wars to enroll for the , second semester. A week later, the thus-bolstered Illini crushed a strong Ohio State squad, 69 to 35, with double wins b ' ' ' ' y Walltei, representing t he first-semester perform- ers, and Dwight Eddl eman, a returned veteran tl . , ie former in the hurdles, and the latter in the high and broad jumps. Michigan was then edged out in a dual meet bv 27 ' ' U A or a point, on the last event-the mile relay-auguring' with amazing accuracy the result of the conference meet two weeks hence. In the Hnal warm-up meet before the Biff Ten tl D , ic Illini thoroughly vanquished a hapless Indiana squad, 86 to 18, winninff e 1 ' C, xeiy Hrst but the shot put, and al- most every minor place as well. Herb McKenlcy made it appear a habit to set a new record every time he ran, as he broke the Armory marlc with a time of :49.2 in the 440. As the conference meet approached, it appeared that two Illinois Big Ten champions would be de- throned, and so they were. Their own teammates, both freshmen took the crowns-Bill Mathis over Buster in the 100, and Mclienley over Gonzalez in the 440. ' ' The Ilhm took four other Hrsts, VValker in l I ' ' ' he high jump, and the s outscored lVIichi0'-in in tl Joti hurdles, Eddleman m t mile relay team, and thu D. iat department, six to two. However, the Wolverines took several places in Illinois' weak suits, the mile, half mile, two mile z d , in shot put, and forced the Illini to await the victory of its superb mile relay team before bow- ing, 572 to 5676. Ellll 0'I'lIEll VAR ITY l'0lI'l' Seldom heralded by headlines, but just as seldom finishing a season anywhere but in the Big Ten's Hrst division, are the athletes who participate in the so- called minor varsity sports. In 1945-46, the last of the war years, the fortunes of the Illini in four of these five sports started the upward trend, the end of which will not come for many years. Tennis was the lone recalcitrant as it dropped to seventh place. The most spectacular jump was that of the Wrestling team, which climaxed a highly successful season by annexing the Big Ten Crown. The Illinois swim- mers, riding on the crest of a wave churned up by the squad's star and con- sistent winner, john Haulenbeek, finished sixth in the Big Ten. In golf, the Illini jumped from the conference trailer position in 1944 to fifth in the 1945 season. Cross country, track, sporting the top harrier of the conference in Vic Twomey, placed fourth. Scores of boys in the "minor,' sports thus proved themselves a major factor in the u holdin of Illini resti e and tradition. P 3 P E5 ll 303 GULF Ralph E. Fletcher :-N , X Comb Tap gona' Stanley jaronik, Coach Ralph Fletcher, Gene mery Boizom Raw: Robert Schroder, XVayne Ring Illinois' 1945 golfers, led by Captain Gene Emery and under the tutelage of Coach Ralph Fletcher, turned unpleasant pros- pects into a very satisfactory season, as they jumped from 194-Vs Big Ten cellar to 194573 fifth place. Two lettermen returned from the previous team, and around them was built a group that split its two dual meets and took a first and two seconds in three- and four-way contests. The season started with a loss at the hands of Chanute Field and a victory over Purdue. The following week, the Illini fin- ished second to the championship Ohio team in a quadrangular meet. A Hrst place in a triangular with Purdue and Indiana and a second behind Northwestern in another three-way meet Hn- ished the warm-ups for the conference finale. In the Big Ten meet on May 26, the Illini finished fifth, behind Ohio, North- western, Michigan, and Minnesota. to complete the season. Tap Raw: Coach Ralph johnson, Jared Davis Bollom Row: Roger Little, George O'Neal, Paul Riepma, Keith Clark After a brilliant start, Coach Ralph Johnson's tennis squad suffered a steady decline which found the Illini of 1945 in seventh place at the end of the season. Seven lettermen, Keith Clark, jack Clatfelter, jared Davis, Ercument Karacan, Roger Little, George O'Neal, and Paul Riepma led the squad to four meets and returned without a defeat before lapsing to wind up the season with a record of four wins, two losses, and a tie. The Illini looked strong in taking the measure of Chanute Field, Normal, and Northwestern. They tied favored Michigan before hitting a slump which cost them decisive defeats at the hands of Ohio and Purdue. Illinois seemed to return to form in defeating Normal, 6-0, but then finished in seventh place in the conference meet on May 26, just a point out of fifth place. Michigan, Ohio State, and Purdue led the field. Ralph H. Johnson Caarb 45 WIIINII G Edwin J. Manley S' Caarb Fortune smiled and frowned by turns on the aquatic Illini of 1946, as the team ended the season with four Wins, four . . . ILLINOIS RECORD losses, and SlX'El'l place 111 the Big Ten meet. john I-Iaulenbeek was Illinois' star performer all season, ILLINOIS 62 Illinois Tech 14 "2fip'22.- ' ---- -- winning 1 rsts In , st'I1ts to tie the existing confeience rec mmols 36 MICHIGAN STATE 48 ord. He took the title in such varied events as the 50, 100, . . , Illinois 39 A'IlNNESO'I'A 49 and 220 yards free style, the 220 yards in the breast stroke, I ' ILLINOIS 43 Purdue 39 and 220 yards back stroke to earn Coach Manley's plaudits , I , ILLINOIS 48 Wisconsin 36 as the best all-around swimmer ever to compete for Illinois. . . Illinois 39 NORTHWESTERN ' Haulenbeek also won the crown 111 the 50 yard free style 111 49 the conference meet. ILLINOIS D8 Indlana 26 Illinois 34 Iowa. 50 Tap ldiiozq: Glenn Weber, Merrill Moore, Roy johnson, Harlan jolmson, Blairk Hoit, Coach Edwin SecondMI?Si!u.' John Haulenbeek, Richard Rosner, James Hastings, Wlilliarn Mann, Hamilton Bigger, Marvin Wnlulstrom Baitam Raw: Manager Howard Wlisscl, Orcll Vnndcrwater, Ross Bahcall, Tony Konstnnt, Richard Merrill Moore Huucek Cllflldlll li 'I I. Glenn C. Law Coarb The Illinois wrestling teanI of 1945 climaxed an unusual season with an upset win over power-laden Indiana at the Big Ten meet. What was but an average team at the beginning of the season was bolstered by the return of several veterans with the opening' of the second semester, and it turned in Eve magnificent performances to finish the season with five wins and four losses. After taking the opening dual Ineet and then dropping three in a row, the strengthened Illini disposed of three conference opponents, and lost a close one to Indiana, before ending the season with tlIe capturing of the conference crown-a feat that surprised everyone but the loyal followers of the squad on the Illinois campus. The most colorful wrestler of the season was undefeated Norm Anthonisen, whose crowd-consciousness while on the mats won him the role of the people's choice in every meet. Also consistent winners were Dave Shapiro and Lou Garcia, but probably the best performance of the season was shown by Bob Wilson as he took his only win of the season over Bollas, Ohio State, who had been undefeated until then in intercol- legiate competition. Bob Burwell Cnplniu Assistant Coach A. E. Mathis WRESTLI ll ILLINOIS Illinois Illinois Illinois ILLINOIS Illinois ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS RECORD 19 Wheaton 6 PUIIIJLIE 15 NIICI-IIGAN S'rA'rE 11 IowA TEACHERS 19 Michigan 13 INDIANA 14 Purdue 19 Ohio State Top Raw: Coach Glenn C. Law, Dick Squire, Jack Petty, Dave Shapiro, Ray Hughes, Carl Grunwald, Bolrom Row: Bill Tomaras, John Biggers, Bob Bohannon, Bruce Pinkstatf, Ken Marlin 's- I Ii, lk at I JY I I.. I I 1,... ,- 'IT' I TRAM RAL Q Burt Ingwersen Dnerlor of Intramlzrul Sport! f .' '1 .'. ' X 151 .lllil I- U I' Tap Row: Keith Hutson, Jack Danielson, Bob Cowsert, Don Keiffcr, Warren Willie Bottom Raw: Charles Petranoff, Bill Graf, Carl Luzidgrcn, john Hull, Nick Krasowsky INTRAMURAL XVINNERS-F Champion ..... Runner-up. . . Champion .... Runner-up, . . . Champion .... Runner-up. . Champion .... . Runner-up. . Champion. . Runner-up .... . Champion. . Runner-up . Champion ....... Runner-up . Champion . Runner-up .... . .... Champion. Runner-up Champion ..... Runner-up IRST SEMESTER F oofball ....Sigma Alpha Mu Delta Theta Golf . . . . .Milo Oakland, Phi Gamma Delta . . . . . . . . . . .George Martin, Sigma Nu Soccer .Cosmopolitan Club Tau Omega Temzii Leib, Fireside . . . . . . . . .jerry Mandelson, Phi Epsilon Pi Table Temzis Singles . . . . . . . . . .Marvin Freeman, Zeta Beta Tau Jordan Yavitz, Zeta Beta Tau Teiiizix Doubles .Mann-Freeman, Zcta Beta Tau ' ' G ada Club .l .I .1 .i .i .l ,i .i .i . Kalliey-Allison, ran Free Tbrafw T07lT72d7lIC7II Delta Phi . . . . . . . . . . .Alpha Chi Rho, Theta Xi Ctiel Bfzdwzirzron Srizglex Joe Remmler, Independent i'HH"'H ..Paul ww, Phi Delta Theta Doubles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Grafton-Doyle, Zeta Psi Eliot-Stratten, Chi Psi ' ' ' 'ififibbi' nikki ....PhiKappaPsi .....SigmaChi Champion Phi Kappa Psi Track Team Champion Sigma Alpha Mu Football Team Champion Cosmopolitan Club S occcr Team Milo Oakland Gall Cbampian 309 Leo T. johnson Crmrb - It is seldom that one man from an unsuccessful team can lift himself above all other competitors in his sport. But such was the ease with Vic Twomey, of the 1945 Illinois cross country team. Neither Twomey nor his teammates had run over long courses before, the only men with any track experience were middle-distance runners at most. They competed in three dual meets, with Notre Dame, URIISS C UNTIRY Ohio, and Wisconsin, and in each, they were badly beaten. The finishes were similar: Twomey would Hnish among the leaders, and the opposition would take the next four or five places. In the Big Ten meet, over a four mile course, Twomey emerged with the individual crown in 2l:29.9, and with help from the other letterman, Eric Hughes, brought back fourth place for the Illini. Eric Hughes, Coach Leo T. Jolmson, Vic Twomey TRIBE UF ILL! l The Tribe of Illini, organized for athletes on the Illinois campus, is for the purpose of promoting good fellowship and athletics. It is to help in every way possible in placing the athletic program at Illinois on the highest level. The membership, which is open only to HI" lettermen, consisted of 56 members dur- ing the 1945-46 school year. Through the willing- Football jack Pierce Lou Agase Alex Prokopis Lester Bingaman .I Cfald RUSS joseph Saban Ralph Serpico Edward Bray George Bujan William Butkovich SUIHICY Spfague Jerry cies Stanley Stasica ness, interest, and cooperation of the coaching staff and the active members, the Tribe of Illini has become one of the most successful groups to fulfill their purpose on the campus. The president of the Tribe this year was Marce Gonzalezg the faculty advisor, Glenn C. Law. Baseball Bob Anderlik Leo Gedvilas john johns Gerald Kaires Wallie Mroz Bill Myers Tennis Bert Levey C ross Country V ic Twomey Track Raymond Ciszek Robert Cunz William Heiss Robert Jones Lester Joop Wesley Tregoning james Valek Mac Wenskunas Tommy Zaborac Al Zimmerman William Kolens Basketball Willianl Krall jack Burmaster Eugene Kwasniewski Leo Ggdvilag Robert Lllrlll Jim Seylef Clyde Perkins jake Staab Ed Planert P Bl Marvin Rotblatt etc Om Roy wviedow Chuck Burghart Marce Gonzalez W'1'estli1zg -loe Hayes Robert Bohannon Bill Cooler' Richard Kranz Bill Buster Robert Phelps Golf Ralph Tribbey Robert Schroder George Walker Top Row: Robert Bohannon, Stanley Sprague, Bertram Levey, Roy Wiedow, John Haulcnbeek, XVilliam Mann, Gerald Kaires, Eugene Kwasniewski, Robert Cunz, Victor Twomey Third Row: Robert Lunn, Ralph Tribbey, Robert Schroder, Mac Wcnskunas, William Krall, James Valek, Robert Anderlik, Robert Phelps, William Myers, Stanley Stasica Second Raw: Eric Hughes, john Burmaster, Leo Gedvilas, William Cooley, Lester Joop, joseph Hayes, Robert Burwell, Richard Kranz, Marvin Rotblatt, Jerry Cies, Albert Zimmerman, Thomas Zaborac Front Row: Mark Womack, Alexander Prokopis, William Butkovitch, Raymond Ciszek, Ralph Serpico, Clyde Perkins, XVilliam Heiss, Louis Agase, Tony Konstant, Edward Planert, George Bujan 0RGANlZATl0NlS ll SUIHIRITIES I FIIATEIHWTIES "'V lll INDEPENDENT X 5 IIRGANIZATIUNS sv.-3 IV SCHULASTIC HONOIiS V HUNURAIHES AND PRUFESSIUNALS D ,Q C D ' 1 ,f 'X y xh Q If 5" VX x fm S116 312 y 1 D I J? I , ffm, ' A ," Q ll- vg f 4. 5 I Qiill ul Q W r J 313 ii nl QA , l I 3 0 C FRATERW TIE THEY'RE BACK .... ! They're back to full houses of pre-war fraternity strength, to studying all hours of the night and day, to class routine, and to activities. Once again smoke-filled rooms echo big bull sessions, with war tales heading the list of subjects. With a more experienced eye, they attend exchange desserts, looking over the sororities and sometimes finding a new name to add to their list. As reluctant as ever, they linger at the door at the stroke of one, and just as enthusiastically they return the next day for an afternoon coke, a bridge date, or a Sunday morning church date. Serenades, pinhangings, and pin serenades again enliven Chambana in the wee hours of week-end mornings. In plaid shirts, sport shirts, slacks, and jeans, they have returned to com- fortable, sometimes lazy, sometimes hectic college life. i They're back! We're glad to have them, and they're glad to be here! . WI. -ig W irrf. -Lf' age.. -f Y fix in girl Nil i ll' Illinoix Chapter 501 East Daniel ACACIA Passers-by on Daniel Street can again see the jewelled emblem of Acacia proudly lighted above the doorway of the Old English manor. Inside, actives and pledges can be seen planning ac- tivities and talking about the past record. Despite the war, loyal Acacians have made their organization first in scholarship among social fraternities and brought many another honor to their house-letters in four sports, plus two Big Ten championships, three class presidencies, a presidency of Phi Eta Sigma, junior editorships of The Illia and The Ag1'ic11ltm'ist,' oH'ices in the Inter-fraternity Council and Skull and Crescent, and memberships in Student Senate and Freshman Council. Many of these men are expected back and some are already here. All are determined the coming years will be as kind to Acacia as the past have been. Tap Row: Richard Ball, John Grier, John Tuthill, William Buster I Serond Raw: Roy Adams, Floyd Herzog, Donald Foote, Dana Stewart, Robert Terp Boflom Raw: William Taylor, Earl Terp, Robert McMackin, john Funk, Donald McKown 316 J if H. Q'-.fl mf' -iii rg 'g'i?:'.,Q " .4 f-' fii ,rfff Phi Kappa Chapter 311 East Arvflory ALPHA DHI RHO Alpha Chi Rho returned to campus this fall of 1945 after having closed its doors in May, 1943. Returning to campus following military service are Howard Wissel, Phillip Rose, Bill W1'igl1t, Way'ne VVatsou, originally class of '45, Paul Stavenger, Bill Fisher, and Alex McCornaclc, formerly '46, '44, and '41 respec- tively, complete the roster of actives who are again taking up college life. President is Howie Wissel. Howie writes sports features for The Daily Illini and assists Coach Ed Manley with the swimming team. Vice-president is Phil Rose, who shows up at unexpected moments at University functions with the recording eye of The Illio camera. Alpha Chi Rho boasts two more veterans of war and campus in ruling positions in the house, secretary, Bill Wright, Sachem, and treasurer, Paul Stvenger, Star Course. I Top Row: Myron Beckman, John Lewis, George Fisher, Arthur Odegard, Thomas W'right Tbird Raw: Robert Scott, Dwight Humphrey, Francis Garbe, Albert Siepker, Alexander McCormack Second Raw: Wayne Watson, Phil Stavanger, Howard Wissel, Phillip Rose, XVillinm Wriglit Bottom Raw: George Sharp, james Hogan, Edward Nowaczyk, Floyd Kringer, Roger Springer 31 P A 1 rf: 1 'fl"vQfi'r Serif' ,, ,ex wi , . I-J r .r.,g..1q,r jg fipfl J! 1 H "'e ' 'T I 3' .1 Zeta Chapter 606 Ufest Ohio ALPHA CHI IGMA Professional spirit among the students in the divi- sions of the Chemistry Department is encouraged by Alpha Chi Sigma. The scholastic requirements of Alpha Chi Sigma are high, undergraduates are pledged no earlier than their sophomore year, and usually junior or senior status is reached before membership is offered. Thus, before admission, each man has had the opportunity to choose chemistry or a related science as his ljfe's work. The functions of Alpha Chi Sigma center about its professional activities. Thus, the chapter maintains a chemistry library and sponsors lectures and smokers. An annual high school essay contest is part of the chapter's activities. Alpha Chi Sigma gives a scholastic award annually to the student in collegeichemistry who has the highest grade average for his freshman year. Zeta's social program is as extensive as its pro- fessional activities. Top Raw: Peter Kovacic, Benjamin Aycock, Hans Ionassen, Oren Willianis, James guagliano, Robert Bauman, Wallace Runge, Herschel Porter Third Row: Robert Dearborn, Robert Chambers, Mark Robinson, Elmer Trumbull, ugh Johnston, Theodore Vial, Herman Enos, Carl Nyman Second Row: jack I-line, Hildreth Edwards, David Guthrie, john Young, Benjamin Ziegler, Edgar Howard, Lester Reed, Edward Conroy Bollom Row: Robert Powers, Daniel Leussing, Minor Coon, Donald Starr, Arthur Mattern, William Bailey 3 r - ,, Delta Chapter 302 East Gregory ALPHA EPSILU Pl By reopening the chapter house after a two year period of inactivity, Delta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity celebrated the 25th anniversary of its University of Illinois charter. Growing from a nucleus of eight pledges in june, Alpha Epsilon Pi had a total membership of 45 men by October of the same year. Delta was declared in- active when 61 of the last 62 men pledged went to the armed forces. Cflicers for the fall semester were: master, Stanford C. Kaatzg lieutenant master, J. Clifford Moosg scribe, Bennett Berman, exchequer, Milton Sabing and mem- ber-at-large, Earl Spiro. With three of the former actives already returned from service, and more on the way, Alpha Epsilon Pi is looking forward toward a successful future. Top Rauf: Herbert Rosengarcl, Curtiss Brook, Sheldon Chazdon, Sidney Rahlson, Irving Bartelstein, Donald Bronstein, Hyman Mackler, Morton Geller, Mar- vin Leib, Richard Barker Third Row: Howard Krom, Paul Sugar, Irving Probstein, Neal Breskin, Lester Shapiro, Charles Isenberg, Avery Landy, Robert Speiler, Earl Levin, Wallace Wender, Eugene Levinthal, Harry Rosen Second Row: Robert Cottlc, Seymour Helfand, Milton Sabin, Bennett Berman, Stanford Kaatz, Clifford Moos, Eugene Orenstein, Robert Kahn, Milton Gassel, Sol Fishman Bottom Row: Malcolm Goldman, Alray Pine, Keith Chulock, Stanley Auerbach, Morton Davis, Merton Goldstein, jules Beskin, David Cohen, Howard Abrams 319 .Z -, L L L- A Yflfqrr- Lewin A-,fa .rf fmP"s' rw. .3f,-1-is gi. r I 4 . , KL . gi Tlufmn- l l Gamwm C lmpter ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA The president, Dean Robb, former I. FQ president engineering honorary. and V-12 has worked hard to bring Alpha Kappa One of the highlights of this semester has been the Lambda back to normalcy. Alpha Kappa Lambda won return of them all. Sachem Sing again last spring, and then at Homecom- Through the war emergency and once again taking ing the house decorations trophy. its place among the leaders on the Illinois campus is Don Wise is a member of Sachem and Y.M.C.A. Alpha Kappa Lambda, always known for high schol- cabinet. Frank Long is treasurer of Phi Eta Sigma, arship and student activities. and Art Tieclemann is president of Pi Tau Sigma, Top Row: john Jursich, john Bonnet, john Fucik, Charles Meyer, Myron Sielailf, Kenneth Wietzel, jack Hina, Ellis Knox Third Row: Rpgert Gillis, Robert Buhon, Charles Keeling, Richard Piersol, George Stevens, Arthur Ticdcmann, Thomas Armstrong, Paul Curry, joseph ' R l K , D t , Seron:An?Zow:mAlvinuP:irk, Donald Wise, Morris Peine, Glenn Bruce, Frank Long, Dean Robb, Charles Richey, john Kromrey, Harold Prange, Robert Bailey Balfom Row: Richard Hong, Arthur Basso, George Gough, Harlan johnson, James Fisher, Richard Solem, Robert Reid, Robert Hudson, james Wolter Not in Panel: Eugene Cady, James Oneil, Duane Wenderoth 320 " ' X '- ' :-A H51 '. Tau Chapter 1301 lflfext Clark ALPHA PH Tau Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha was founded at the University of Illinois on March 23, 1917. Since its inception, the members have been active on campus. Intramural basketball championships were won in 1922, 1931, and 1941. The chapter was awarded the Sachem Scholarship Trophy in 1941 for the greatest improvement in scholarship of any fra- I ALPHA ternity on the campus. Cecil Clift, who is working toward the doctorate degree in agronomy, is a member of Phi Sigma, bio- logical honorary. Charles Gaines was chairman of the lllini Town Meeting during 1944-1945. Wendell jen- nings is a special research assistant in chemistry and Mason Wilkes is a member of The Daily Illini. Top Row: Carl Smith, Roland Stewart, James Garcia, Robert Frierson, Burt Rhodes, Mason Wilkes Second Raul: Benjamin Duster, Cecil Clift, Plato Jones, Charles Gaines, Wendell Jennings Bottom Row: Edward Baker, Louis Hunley, Wlilliam Franklin, Clifton XVaddell, john Wloodford Not in Panel: Augustus Carroll, Homer Chavis 321 A7Zfl7C7lli0X Chapter 1108 South First ALPHA llllll Clll Alpha Rho Chi is a national social and professional Alpha Rho Chi awards annually the Ricker Key to fraternity. It was organized in order to encourage a the student writing the best research paper in archi- greater interest in the study of architecture and the tcctural history. allied professions, and also to organize and unite in Anticipating the return of a number of members fellowship the architectural students of the country now in the Armed Forces, Alpha Rho Chi looks for- in order to improve their artistic, scientific, and prac- ward to a gala post-war Homecoming. tical efliciency. Tap Raw: Maurice DesMarais, james Wallace, Louis McCreight, jack Wood, Otto Lentz Second Row: Henry Engan, Robert Roseberry, Robert Strong, john Tom, .Ernest Heuer Borlom Row: Roger Schanck, Eugene Halyama, David Tom, Willis Snow, Vincent Wahlgren ' Nor in Panel: Charles Stade, Joseph Lapaglio, Dean Robenson, Wlaltcr Lecat, Lawrence Rogers, jay Giles, Harold Hultgren 32 - 'i1'f'f"l 'I s"'-'D 2 F. an I ,' ,. :iff-l .r"'l ei inf? 4 -'qv 'bg Q , 9 'vi 3-., ff . -.M -, H :fr f ,, .. ' , v 'tj fu 4 , J.. . .. . - , Gmmlm Zeta 1101 lVe.vt Pevzvzsylvmzia ALPHA TA UMEGA Alpha Tau Omega has made a fine start on the road cagers, Chick Doster, Hal Craig, and Van Anderson, of reconversion in this, the first post-war year of ac- are expected to carry on again this year. In football tivity. Nearly 50 pledges and members were on hand there is Eddie McGovern. Vic Twomey joined Bill when the ATO home on Pennsylvania Avenue was Cooley as another track "I" man when he won the opened. Big Ten cross-country championship for Illinois this In the sports world ATOs have taken a prominent fall. jerry Davis starred on the tennis team and Don place. Members on the 1944-45 basketball team in- Scherwat in swimmingg Others are on the baseball eluded All-American junior Kirk, captain, VV alt and wrestling squads. , Kursulis, and Don Delaney. Three new freshmen M l Top Row: Gordon Hokc, John Batts, Claude Anderson, Hugh Cross, Hal Cr aig, john Heuer, Wayne Watkins, David Mitchell, William Cooley, Richard Dellefield, john Novak, XValter Volkman Tbirrl Row: Reed Riley, Donald Scherwat, Robert Cowden, Robert Kersey, Macdonald Henderson, Ralph Creaseman, jared Davis, Griff Nelson, John Blaker, Karl Schneider, james Doster, John Kersey, Robert Grinnell Second Row: David Dyer, David Maher, Clarence Zermer, Matthew Glenn, james Beall, Addison Foss, Edward Kreici, Norman Wlells, William Behling, Donald Austin, Edward Zink Bottom Raw: Richard Riker, Gilbert Miller, Thomas Crews, Edward Lennon, Richard Shields, Garrett Holmes, Frederick Kuny, john Williams, James Brown 3 iii' 3' li W, .qfffk 9 532' Dull --sew . Sigma Rbo Chapter , t - H M 202 East Daniel BETA THETA Pl Activities and scholarship are the foremost things last semester computed by the Dean of Men's office for which Beta Theta Pi stands. The Betas of Sigma was 3.967. Rho chapter are proud of the achievements they have Sixty-nine Betas in the past years have been in- made. itiated in to the junior activities honorary, and sixty For the last twenty years, of the ten oldest frater- have been chosen for the senior honorary, Ma-Wan- nities on the campus, Beta has ranked in the upper Da. Now Betas are active in campus politics, swim- three places in the scholastic standings more than any ming, basketball, track, Theatre Guild, football, The other house. Beta's scholastic average for the last Daily Illini, baseball, and The Illia. twenty semesters is 3.62. The house average for the Top Row: Robert Andrews, Robert Hahn, Edward Gumplo, Kenneth Wandex'er, Gordon johnson, David Griliin, XVi1liam Phillips, Robert Nelson, james F' P.t ' k . Tbirdnioiloglc John Christiansen, Donald Stewart, john Robinson, Norman Estwing, Robert Bitzer, XValter Drew, Charles Thorsen, Robert Ruff, Michael R d d Seconi Eglin' James Hartman, William Green, Robert lambert, james Carruth, James Bresee, Roy Wiedoxv, George Platt, jo-hn Hartman, james Johnstone Bottom Row: Robert Wlolcott, Lawrence Gage, Edward Howard, Robert johnson, Wesley Kessler, Frederick Wfeber, james Link 324 - 6 '10, -' 5.5 AW , aeffloffiei ,sf ':.:::fFg.5,, - . J df? 5. f.. - v Zeta Delta Chapter 912 South Second Ulll Traditions of Chi Psi extend back one hundred and five years to 1841, the date of its founding. In the beginning, the founders of the fraternity laid down a policy of conservatism that has been a rich heritage 'over the years, presenting the outstanding example in fraternity circles of what a policy of quality, as 'opposed to quantity, can do in maintaining high ideals. I' I On the Illinois campus, after the war years, Chi Psi is again proving that conservatism in pledging pays. We now have men that are a credit to the fra- ternity system and to the University. The goal of Chi Psi has been, and remains, to excel in scholar- ship, athletics, and activities, so that each member may enter life with a well-rounded personality. Top Row: Howard Lund, Frederick Frank, Robert Speckmzm, George McGehee, Paul Eliot, james Montgome , George Stubblefield, Earl Dieken Second Row: Richard Zimmer, Frederick Ducla, Richard Benton, Wendell Esh, Thomas Hurysz, Carl Freedlunidi Charles Becken Bulrom Row: Joseph Patrovsky, Gerald Bartz, Frank Crowthcr, Richard Schoenberger, Harvey Bunke, Donald Hoyt, Richard Zieman 325 we 'f X5 1 y' ,i"' f- , " X . , - ' s N q i ' 'Kl I 'il , '2f"'X ' 1l5ii'Q'qll f" .liiqb Qfigg 'u' S. 'STE -6321 Ni" L'-E' 'rw , 5, 54 . 5Qiuf 'ax' 5 113- jixrru . ,. ,L LQ , aglif' Illinois Chapter 605 Ensf Daniel C0 NIOPllLl'l'A UL li The purposes of the Cosmopolitans are: to culti- vate social and intellectual intercourse among persons of different nationalities at the University of Illinois, to promote scholarship and character among its mem- bers, to foster the spirit of universal brotherhood, and to propagate the ideal of a higher standard of justice between nations. The motto of the fraternity is "Above all nations is humanity." The present membership includes students from the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Re- public, Haxvaii, Mexico, Peru, Panama, Trinidad, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. The chapter engages in a full social and sports pro- gram. Its members are active in Theatre Guild, Union' Board, 'VVar Chest, War Queen contest, and the Cloth- ing Drive. l l Tap Raw: Alvaro Martinez, Kemali Ustun, Shanmukha Rao, Jean Picard, lose Ortiz . . Third Row: Emanuel Vergara, Tak Shirasawa, joseph Schwartz, Haluk A'ol, Robert Minor, Cuneyt Erls, Arthur .Mahak . l Xeroml Row: Charles Boley, Fikret Tanel, Ra mond Laschober, VedatUru1, Ansell Gopaul, Marcello Zambrano, Nisk Yackovljevitch Bottom Row: Inocente Moreno, john Kashiwabare, David Rabinau, Cletus Hen ry, Alpaslan Reyhan, Kay Kashlwabare 326 . 'T' 1 ' W - f 2, ., -.-gh Tazr Chapter 1008 Somb F om-tb llEL'l'A PHI The Delta Phi Fraternity, third in order of estab- spring of 1827 respectively, have been known as the lishment of American College Fraternitiesiand oldest Greek Triad. fraternity on the Illinois campus, was founded No- Tau of Delta Phi was established on january 14, vember 17, 1825, at Union College, Schenectady, New 1920, and annexed the Iris Club as its nucleus. York. Delta Phi, with Kappa Alpha and Sigma Phi, Delta Phi, on the campus again after its inactive which were established in the fall of 1825 and in the war years, is again furthering its aims. 1 Tofu Row: Herman Schaeffer, William Stocks, Louis Stuebe, Perry Manos, Charles Stewart Srcorzd Row: john Roescr, Samuel Givler, Hurshal Tummelson, Charles Tan ton, Howard Feldman Ballom Row: Alfred Hebner, james Tambini, Frank Frana, Thomas Smith, Thaddeus Dobosz P32 Afliila Beta Uprilon Chapter 502 East john DELTA Tllll DELTA Delta Tau Delta fraternity plunged into the school year of 1945 by opening its house for the first time since cessation of hostilities. just as it was before the war, and still remains uppermost in the fraternity, the objective is to further the education and maturity of men who are "good Delts". High in activities and intramurals, Delta Tau Delta gives the campus a leader in Ralph "Babe" Serpico, captain of the Illini football teamg Bill Krall, an lllini football veteran and returned servicemang and Bob Bohannon, "I" man wrestling mainstay. Pointing the way to a red letter year in 1945 and '46, is the determination and the past history of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Tap Row: Robert Bohannon, Robert Acton, Frederick Ackelmire, Donald Hosch, Billy Morris,-john Roos, Robert Laraway, Donald Sangdahl, William.Krall Tbirn' Enzo: gflilliam Dallenbach, Thomas Reid, Edward Lamm, Hubert johnson, Arthur Pickens, Browning Jacobs, Gene I-Iallstrom, Edward Smithers, R Sl I Seronz?Rrou'.'yJfii11es Thompson, Robert Ferris, Don Miles, Lee Berry, Richard Telling, Richard Listug, Martin Blecker, Kenneth Pearson n . Barium Row: Samuel Edgerton, Robert Stahl, Robert Pearson, Donald Pearson, Robert MJgllOCCO, john Davis, Philip Dierstein, Wlllliam Parker, William Gothard, Richard Kranz, Calvin Vogel 328 flvfx' wr gr : Nt ,I . TI ,BV X if Bern Chapter 707 South Third KAPPA ALPHA P I Representing the culmination in "regular fellowsn on the Illinois campus is Beta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi. From its initial chapter at the University of Indiana, organized in 1911, Kappa Alpha Psi has been extended to nearly every large college or university in the country. Then, too, there are more than fifty active Alumni Chapters. Achievement is its purpose. Therefore, in spite of severest disillusionments and handicaps, Beta Chapter strives for excellence in every field of activity here on campus. It especially strives for scholarship, ath- letics, and brotherhood. Men of Beta Chapter dedicate this page to the founders of the great clan of Kappa Alpha Psi. Tap Row: Leon Cammon, Conrad Fitzgerald, William Cousins, Earl Neal Third Raw: Edward Stewart, William Alexander, Loyal Murphy, Robert Nolen, Conway Graves, Joseph Watson Secoml Row: Frank Bowles, Daniel Thomas, Edward Beguesse, Earnest LaCoure, Emory Gray, Zedridk Braden, Frederick Ford Boltam Raw: Emmanuel Duncan, Leslie Bond, Leslie Henriques, Edward Cruzat, Isaac Little, Thomas Sherard, Harry Davis, Edgar Shands 329 0' 3. 9 0- 'Q 1, . Q .Q1v' .A . if ai. 'V !f:w:"" A ., ri Tf X Q r"l -.xfnflgx Chi Zeta Chapter 209 Eaxt Ar11101'y LAMBDA Clll ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha's president this year is Dick Kosobud, treasurer of the Interfraternity Council, and past president of Phi Eta Sigma. Duke Hubka, secretary, under the pen name of "Mole", writes the Scout Column for The Daily Illini. George Sturm, proctor, was president of the I. F. Council for two terms . joe Hayes won his major letter in track and also leads his popular band. Harlow Staley and jim .Scheeler are both members of Phi Eta Sigma. Bob Sang and Dick Creswell carried off the laurels in 'Three Men on a Horse". In Washington, the Lambda Chi crescent is worn by major activity leader, Harry Truman. A Top Row: Richard Creswell, Charles Hudson, Willianm Wiese, George Sturm, Richard Knight, Wzxlter Fues, Thomas Thompson, Paul Flum, Richard Klein, I. D Serolmjmliloiuilpriobert Wenzlxlff, Glenn Head, Lawrence Nortrup, Richard Kosobud, Emil Hubka, Robert Pollock, Joseph Hayes, Marcel Podeschi, Charles I. tz , Bnilofinrlgdzu: jack Bartsch, Robert Sang, Stephen Cook, James Scheeler, Donald Thompson, Theodore Boss, Jack Erickson, Jerome Bernard, Harlow Staley 330 , A U ,VU :lf I '.'-3.59gf:'ifi,?.' . PM-'t jglait-'U' ' ,si .. qs, tw , :, 'viii' T393 Y 1,5 ., . ,I -QQ' . Eta Chapter 309 East Cl.7a1l7llU1'S PIII DELTA THETA The Phi Delta Theta president is Jack Bales, re- turned war veteran. Pete Blom, V-12, is reporter, and jim Ogden is secretary. Bob McCarthy is treasurer. Phi Delts are leaders in intramurals. l-M manager is Ralph Silberman. One Phi, Mickey Perkins is quarterback on the football team. Others out for football were Bob McCarthy and George Lewis. Coming back to the chapter were Newt Krabbe and Bob Troup. The Pledge class was largely com- posed of veterans. Jack Prowell is a sports writer on The Cba771paig1z News-Gazette, and Woody Sudbrink works on The Daily Illini. Bill Back is active in Theatre Guild, and Rogers Vien has been doing radio work. Top Raw: Richard Leighton, Robert Sudbrink, Roberts Severns, Paul Eitel, Hugh Robinson, Wlilliam Back, Ralph Silberman, Richard Snyder, john Peffer, james Ogden, Robert Borman Secorm' Row: Peter Blom, Max Roller, Clyde Perkins, Albert Humphreys, Arthur Burke, jack Boles, Floyd Kelsey, Robert McCartly, Robert Troup, Joseph Weisbar, jack Prowell Barton: Rauf: Ilack Child, Edgar Dogenbardt, Robert Miller, Richard Grossfield, Kelley Stearns, Rogers Vien, George Lewis, Paul Watt, Robert Holmes, Lorry Mina ga, Wlilliam Danielson 331 L .TU v 41 , P :9- 16 eg Tv eq El J ff VL : V J - Pri Chapter 907 South Third PHI EP llll Pl Psi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity received its charter in 1920 and has been increasingly active and successful throughout its existence. The president is frater-superior Chuck Levy who is assisted by vice- superior Al Friedman. Last summer the softball team won the champion- ship once and also took a second place. The pledge dance went out west with the Forty-Niners, and the summer formal was at the Champaign Country Club. Jerry Mendelson is again active in the Illini Theatre Guild, Bert Slavick is aiding in the work of the Interfraternity Council, Jack Jaffe cartoons for Tom- Tom and Lew Manilow is president of the Junior Council of Hillel Foundation. The recently returned veterans include Chuck Levy, Bert Norton, Stan Newman, George Litow, Barney Selby, and Bill Frankel. ' ' A v ,, -.L . H .,,, . 1 N, .ws r ' L' ' '7-f "6-Iv.',. X ' - i"' T 1 Top Row: William Friedman, Alan Caplan, Barry Spak, William Frankel, Jerome Spector, Burton Bresnik, Jack Schuster, Charles Kramer, Maynard Pull- man, Alan Kanter, Lee Adelson, Sanford Lewinthal, Lawrence Krulewitch, Kenneth Gutner, Irving Lavin, Robert Berman Third Raw: Myron Friedlander, Robert Postelnek, Lester Simon, Edward Klein, Merrill Litow, Myron Chapman, Frank Feder, Samuel Schiff, Jerome Mendel- son, Ronald Esserman, Fred Taich, Lewis Manilow, Jules Ritholz, Paul Weininger, Edward Fine, Jack Jaffe, John Strauss Second Raw: Stan Rubin, Harry Gasson, Burton Rissman, Frank Siegal, Robert Gold, Herbert Brandwein, Alan Friedman, Charles Levy, Bert Norton, Bert- ram Slavick, Bernard Selby, Bernard Golan, Haskell Leberstein, Earl Kogan, Marshall Orlorl Bolfom Row: Lester Slavick, Adolph Kraus, Howard Glatt, Gerald Rosenfield, Jack Baras, Donald Krilolf, Jules Jablonow, Morton Rubenstein, Matthew Metzger, Jay Harnick, Alan Steen, Lawrence Ganek, Jerome Goldstein, Jerold Greenbaum, Mark Goldberg Not in Panel: Robert Cohn, George Litow, Stanley Newman X X , X. . ' ' 1 A ' , xtta2a,,fg ' 1 iv Chi Iota Chapter 401 East 101311 PHI GAMMA DELTA In this, Phi Gamma Delta's first peacetime year since 1940, they have successfully overcome the tribula- tions of a university in wartime, and the Fijis have again emerged as one of the top houses on the campus. Starting with only three men last spring, they have built the chapter up to a complement of thirty-five men, almost pre-war strength. Rushing was very suc- cessful, and they are rightfully proud of the fine group of pledges. In all branches of campus activity and social life the Phi Gams are once again gaining the very high rank held before the war, and as more and more mem- bers of the chapter return from service, Phi Gamma Delta again forges to the front in campus life. l 1 Tofg Raw: Donald Baker, Thomas Cunningham, Edward Rowe, Robert Cress, John Littler, Milo Oakland, James Duguid, Frank Sutherland Third Row: David Atkins, Thiell Sampson, Harold Bootz, Robert Anderson, Norman Earle, Wlilliam Shefelbein, Allan Sindell, Charles Kritzer Second Row: Edward Kobisk, Thomas Aaron, john Small, john jones, Thomas Bunting, Richard Edmonds, Theodore Frison, Carl Shapland, George Stevens Boifnm Raw: David Mills, Donald Carlson, Robert McCarthy, Stuart Zuck, Lawrence XVhitney, john Morrisey, Jack Lentz, Bruce Hiser, Durl Winterrotll, Robert Glahe 333 Delta Chapter' 911 South Fourth Plll KAPPA P I Along with most other fraternities on the campus, Phi Kappa Psi moved back into the house this fall for the first time since 1943. They celebrated the home- coming by obtaining a fine pledge class of 25 men. A lot of the old fellows who have been gone are now returning to finish their work, and this blending of the old and new gave Phi Psi one of the finest groups of men at the University. Carl Bontemps, Hawk Richmond, Wes Spear, Ernie Frazier, all alumni were welcomed back when they visited. The chapter ofiicers for 1945-46 were: George Bujan, president, Ray Ciszek, vice-presidenrg Dick Telander, treasurer, jack Hagen, secretaryg and Bob Slaybaugh, corresponding secretary. Top Row: Dan Reese, Lee Knowles, Edward Majereik, William Brown, Stanley Stasica, james Carvis, john Hagerc, Raymond Ciszek, Donald Hubbartt, Third Raw: Geor e Rossman, Donald Foster, john jaacks, George Hager, Edward Wasson, Dean Bambini, jack Ramsey, .Robert Bohl, Richard Telander Second Row: Lut er Harp, Graeme Pieters, Robert Slaybaugh, Herbert Brontsema, Robert Scott, Edward Baloun, Harold Lindahl, Jack Johnston Bottom Row: Earl Cunion, Robert Richerson, jack Pierce, Robert Broach, james Hoult, Edward Thuman, Byron XVatkms, Thomas Shrvely Kenenth Bentley Rho Chapter 313 East Chalmers . .I A-4 PHI KAPPA IGMA Fraternity life with all the trimmings was resumed at Rho chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma in 1945-46. This ninety-fourth year after the organizations founding was marked by a full return to pre-war size and ac- tivity. The halls once more resounded with the call of H4973 Full participation in the intramural athletics was instigated and an expanded social program was put into effect. Those "Skulls" with large vocabularies and an appetite for cigar smoke resumed their interest in campus politics. There was a marked tendency, particularly on the part of the returning men, to "get some studying done this yearn. Quiet hours were broken only, and then just occasionally, by a trumpet, a trombone, and a one fingered piano player. This year has marked the Skull's return to its position of prominence on campus. Tap 6law:Fljamlels Dunn, Donald Bahr, Jack Danielson, Ralph Martin, Albert Dobbcck, Dale Padgitt, Warren Taylor, Reginald Spindler, John Kirburz, e n or t Secaf1daRow: eRobert Cowsert, William Bigelow, Edward Erickson, William WelJe1', Walter Klein, Burton Trick, Patrick Sullivan, Robert Deneen, Charles Smith, Albert Carter, Frank Gray, Freeman Cheney Barlow Raw: Wayne Foote, Donald Kieffer, Tor Meeland, Wlade Sewell, Carl Lundgren, Theodore Hobein, Stewart Allen, George Stampzir, Nicholas Krasowski 335 V" r 4 .rn , 'um . il- ? 'fi is ,L 7 , W , . , mY 'X ' A? ,X t- '7 . N 4. in " , Q- xl wi' F lf! ,Qi -,r .-,, f Xlplm Kappa Clmprer 5 2 East A'f77I0'P'y Pl Lil llll Pill In the year of 1945, Pi Lambda Phi, after success- fully thriving during the war period, has entered into the full swing of reconversion. Veterans, Harlan Schwartzbach, Edwin Goldenburg, Ronnie Carter, Gordon Lovitt, Paul Nagel, and Sherman Stiegel, put Pi Lam in full pre-war activity. Socially, the leadership of Armie Opler has placed Alpha Kappa Chapter in a favorable position. The Sweater Dance, the Pledge Dance, and the Winter Formal have been some of Pi Lam's successful social affairs. Many men have placed highly in activities. Ronnie Carter, feature writer with The Daily Illini, Chuck Goldsmith, chairman of the Friday Night Union en- tertainment, and Norm Berlimer, varsity football manager, are some active Pi Lams. Our rex, Marsh Litvalt, and his oflicers, have led Pi Lam to an ex- tremely successful year. Tap Row: Arnold Opler, Stuart Bonem, Gordon Lovitt, Sherman Stiegel, Charles Shafman, Harold Lonoff, Marvin Cooper, Carroll Reinganum, Harvey Siegel Thin! Row: Robert Lourie, Albert Somtners, Stanton Brody, Marshall Cherkas, Eugene Solar, Michael Spilky, Richard Greenberg, Norman Berliner, Irwin Price Secwza' Row: Edwin Guldenburg, Arnold Miller, Harlan Schwarzbach, Ronald Leavitt, Marvin Goldsher, Marshall Litvak, Arthur Mills, Milton Rohde, Charles Goldsmith Baitam Rauf: Bernard Blumenthal, Stanley Sultar, Milferd Lieberthal, Eugene XVasserberg, Leonard Graiver, Arnold Rothschild, Paul Nagel, Harvey Jacobs Na! in Panel: Ronald Carter, Arnold Greenberg, Philip Koenig :li Ir? '-Y A X .4 .-W 1 -WLAE. -4 ', ' F7 . 'fir E3 i V :xr ,V sizl-, .rvft'i- , ' .3-Q-.6597 1.1-4 f q. ,vvW.A 'l l. J ':' ' i . Beta Chapter Zll East Daniel llllllil ALPHA EP llill " . . Illinois Beta we hail to thee, and sing of dear old SAE" - yes, sing of college life with its activities and honoraries and of fraternity days with their social functions and good times. The SARS kept tab of campus dances. Lou Thomas was chairman of all student dances at the Illini Union and Len Anderson was chairman of Union Couple Dances. In regard to honoraries, Eddie Planert, Lou Thomas, and Marce Gonzalez are members of Sachem, the former serving as president. Gonzalez is president of the Tribe of Illini and Planert is corresponding SCCFCIIEIIY. F Top Row: Edward Planert, Glenn Webber, Donald Benoist, Leon Droll, jack Dillavou, Scott Fleming, Wilmer Koester, jack Mann, Herman Landon, Harold Brown Third Row: olm Otto, John Steinkamp, David Morris, Lou Thomas, Alfred Rettenmier, Robert Menke, Mervyn Ozier, Otho Bartholow, Kent Dittmann, john Pfeifiler Second Row: John Wolf, David Hanson, Paul Bradley, Charles Petranol-I, Len Anderson, William Fraf, James Keenan, Charles Dillavou, Donald Anderson, Harold Young Bottom Raw: Marce Gonzalez, Robert Hall, Jack Johnston, Donald I-lippensteel, Delmar johannsen, Wlilliam Augustine, Neal Newton, Dixon Robb, Henry Kaiser, Winfred Skelton 33 , . ..., , J R130 Chapter 1008 South Fifzla IGMA ALPHA M Back to pre-war strength of 55 and 12 ex-service- men already back to the '4Octagon", a bright future is foreseen. Holding scholarship as the uppermost function in fraternity life has led Sigma Alpha Mu members to attain Phi Eta Sigma, Omega Beta Pi, and Honors Day. As one of the foremost social fraternities, SAM has successfully held its annual Winter and Spring formals, pledge dances, and numerous social func- tions. Athletics too have played an important role in Sigma Alpha Mu's fraternity life. With such outstanding athletes as Robert Silver, Al Zelkin, Norm Brainin, Hal Paddor, Bob Margulies, Floyd Lofchie, Floyd Stein, and Howie Sachnoff, SAM has proved to be the outstanding intramural house at Illinois. Q More glorious days of fraternity life are ahead. Fast and Hrm is our union! Top Row: Standford Bisman, Norman Krinsky, Richard Shifrin, Charles Ozell, Arthur Silbett, Gerald Mansbach, Harold Lasser, Earl Harris, Ralph Cooper, Stuart Cohen, Robert Schwartz, Myron Nopar, Elliot Chaum Third Raw: Stanley Herman, Gilbert Blechman, Allen Kwatnez, Josef Goldberg, William Karson, Norman Brainin, Marvin Litman, Allen Zelken, Floyd Lofchie, Floyd Stein, Alvin Chester, Howard Sachnoff, Richar Bernstein Second Row: Eugene Mandel, Harold Goldstein, Bruce Clorfene, William Hamer, Sherman Wolf, Robert Margulies, Robert Silver, Harold Paddor, Fredrich Cassman, Arnold Dorfman, William Mann, james Grossman, Robert Litvin Bolmm Row: Oscar Lenit, Harold Bernstein, Allan Orlcve, Arthur johnson, Herbert Schwartz, Harold Posner, Marvin Yarmo, Marvin Abelson, Marvin Sabeson, David Cohen, Daniel Fleschman ,fs 1' . I .i fi. E l Kappa Kappa 410 East Iolm lllllll Ulll Sigma Chi, second national fraternity on the Illinois campus, now stands second to none in the Illinois fra- ternity world. A large civilian membership bolstered by a sizable V-12 group saw the completion of the war with even greater hopes. Sigma Chi boasts some of the top activity men on campus. Eric Ekstrom, president of the Interfrater- nity Council, Merril Prichard, editor of The Daily .IlIi1zi,' jerry Cies, joe Saban, and Bill I-Ieiss, varsity football, jim Seyler, jake Stabb, and Bill Eddelman, varsity basketball, Charles I-Iopp and Lloyd Thorson, Theatre Guild, Ernest I-Iausler, drum major of the Illinois Marching Band, Dare Moore and Jim Hast- ings, varsity swimming, jerry Cies, vice-president, Tribe of Illini. Sigma Chi is well represented in Sachem, Ma-Wan-Da, and the various scholastic, pro- fessional, and honorary fraternities. I Tap Raw: William Chalker, William Eddleman, Henry Moore, Ernest Hausler, Jake Staab, James Bayne, james Seyler, William Maulvey, Jerry Gitre Andrew Parker Third Row: joseph Cies, William Heiss, james Corwin, Carl Linder, Robert NVham, Wfilliam Moore, Cameron Dorsey, Richard jellilfe, james Craven, Robert' Solomon, jerry Cies, Harold Uptegrove Sammi Raw: Gene Iiairbank, Robert Sloan, Bruce Simmins, James Staton, Owen McCall, Eric Ekstrom, William Hayne, David Walton, Erle Johnson, George Jaeger, Richard james Bottom Rauf: john Bond, Robert Turnbow, David Briefly, john Cassens, Henry Kolze, Richard Weik, Sherman Bremer, Charles Barber, Lynn Sutherland, Lloyd Thorson, Earl Dixon, Charles Hopp, Thomas Hemstreet 339 L Q p fb ,IN GH7l17ll0 N zz C lm prev' 1009 Ilfexf Pe7111ryl1'm1in lllllil lllll Sigma Nu is one of the strongest fraternal organiza- tions in the country. Gamma Nu at the University of Illinois works for the intellectual and social de- velopment of its members. The Gamma Nu Chapter has always been well represented in varsity athletes, and this year is no exception, with Agase, Bingaman, Burmaster, and Jones wearing the white Still' of Sigma Nu. The chapter is once more firmly located in the fra- ternity house, with many veterans, some ex-oflicers, some heroes of many battles, but all the men hold in common the ideal of advancement and development for the fraternity and for each of its individual members. 4 Top Rauf: George Leddy, John Burmaster, Glenn Humphrey, George Martini James Ticer, Leroy Russell, Alhert johnson U Third Rnw: jerry Spriggs, james Dolan, Ronald Agostine, Alexander Prokopis, John Van Duzor, Lester Brngaman, Lewis Agase, Robert Jones Second Row: Armen Avedislan, Joseph Oberfranc, Maurice Colwell, Fred Good, William Lyman, Roland Puccettr Bottom Raw: Peter Mcffaugliey, Donald Youngmark, Robert Slayman, James Zemek, Warren Glenny 340. Alpha Clmpter 1105 Smztb F ourtla J, IGMA Plll Ill' llill Sigma Phi Epsilon is back on campus after a two- year's absence due to the war. Since February, '46, a lot of the boys have come back and the 'house is again full of Sig Eps. The housewarming dance was a dance to end all housewarniings, but the big thing this year was the revival of the Casino Dance in March. President Fairman and ex-G.l. Smith, during the "active shortage" last fall had their hands full dur- ing several pledge rebellions against the "bigger boys", but actives rank high in thei house now. It's been a great year for Sig Ep, now that they have once more taken their place in the Illini Greek World. if 16? 96 new Tap Row W Hinclman Norman Sebastian Arthur Fairman Jay Adams Edwfird aluga Eugene Smith -' - ' , ' , ' , , 4 P , Barium Row: joseph Cirricione, Robert Adams, Robert Hodges, Frank Carter, Heltnuth Holze, james Swanson 341 TQIQEQY ,9 - 'zil ,,. ., ytnwnwwmm .v. ef-in ru' mm ! af feels 'gi :ni 9 H-lv s-new Phi Chapter 402 East Armory lllllil Pl In the fall of 1945, the Sigma Pi fraternity rushing list had grown to ten. The actives Hnd all of the pledges very fine men and filled with interesting tales of the war. In fact these have become regular "ses- sions" of the curriculum. The actives number eleven, including two recent returnees. Many of the actives have worked very hard to keep Sigma Pi active on campus. The Sig Pis are represented in many extra-curricular activities, in- cluding among others, the Debating Club, The Daily Illini, the Interfraternity Council, and the Socialist Study Club. The next year ought to show still better results and more improvements. Top Rauf: Albert Leach, Robert Pfeiffer, joseph Ransay, john Mizialko, Frederick Smith, William Anderson, Richard Hoqkanson BOIIUIII Roux' Alphonse Wlrcsinski, Robert Seifert, Edward Follis, Robert Dan nehl, Wlaldemar Kneisler, XValter XVeldon, William Buttny 342 i x ,QQ QQ,- AQQ' A QQ. RQQQQ' F SZ' ' 1 Pi Chapter 1105 South First 'hill DELTA PHI Within the score of past years Tau Delta Phi has seen scholars, athletes, activity leaders and just plain "swell guys", come and go, taking their places in the world. Scholarship is the prime objective of the fraternity. Within the last year several fraters made Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary, Omega Beta Pi, pre- medical honorary, and Phi Mu Alpha, musical honor- ary. As is traditional in the house, Pi will have its bien- nial pledge dances, formals, and Senior Dinner for the graduation fraters. Also traditional is Pi's activi- ties in intramural events. The house has done well for itself in baseball and basketball, winning the sectional championship in baseball last spring. All in all, Pi chapter of Tau Delta Phi is looking ahead to an even bigger and better year. Tap Raw: Yakir Korey, Burton Sperry, Robert Bloom, Gerald Cohen, Richard Zamen, Richard Wfeintraub, Marvin Meyers, Leonard Brownstein, David Wald- man, Marvin Legator, Gerald Shapiro Third Row: Donald Dunkleman, Leonard Harris, Marshall Chcmers, Robert Stein, Jerome Gottlieb, Le Roy Kaplan, Morey Slodki, Bernard Nusinow, Leonard Marks, Abe Fraden, Roy Le Vine Second Row: Irving Lichtenstein, Irving Sloan, Donald Lewis, Lawrence Kagan, Neil Shapiro, Edwin Weiman, Howard Samotny, Perry Rosenberg, Ned Fleishman, julian Miller, Fred Sherry Bollom Row: Charles Karp, Gene Lowenthal, Eugene Ornstein, Herbert Greenspahn, Loren Abrams, Eugene Millard, Sidney Bogin, Dale Paskin, Donald Paull, Melvin Katz. 343 H1 .jan L3 23 1? Q55 .B?'3QQf?l? :g G fa, nf ef QD 0. ov-rti Psi Chapter 105 East Armory TAU Ill' ILII PIII Tau Epsilon Phi is composed of men from all walks of life, who are striving to better themselves and pre- serve their college friendships through fraternity life. With the restoration of peace throughout the world, they are looking forward to the return of many mem- bers who have been serving in the armed forces. During the summer semester, the outstanding social event was a highly successful pledge dance aided by Mendel Riley's orchestra. One of the outstanding social events of this semester was the pledge dance with Wayne Karr's orchestra, there were also other activities such as a Spring Formal, TEP has entered all intramural sports and great promise is shown by both the soccer and tennis teams. Tau Epsilon Phi, now more than ever, is interested in scholasticism. This interest is shown by a Phi Beta Kappa, several Phi Eta Sigmas, and other scholastic honorary societies. Along with these activities, they have men active in the Theatre Guild, radio station YVILL, and The Daily Illini. All in all, Psi chapter is looking to another outstanding year on the Illini campus. Top Row: Lewis Butterman, Robert Grombach, Richard Karzcn, Harry Schnitzer, Theodore Schwartz, Burton Feder, Jerry Peller, Elliot Etsliloken, Sheldon Nemerovski, Alfred Druth, Sheldon Lee, Charles Holleb, Ronald Berner Third Row: Stanley Kohn, John Graham, Bernard Cohen, Irving Rosenthal, Sheldon Friedman, Arnold Litman, Jerry Berman, Marvin Rubin, Jerome Cohn, Leigh Rosenblum, jack Gomberg, Ira Penn, Sherwin Herzog, Donald Segal, Allan Bqlotm, Rodger Strull h . - l Sefmrd Row: Alvin Frank, Jerrold Brosilow, Milton Schwartz, Louis Pollen, Herbert Lrvxton, Maurice Slmovxtch, Seymour Britan, David -Iadwm, Gunther Stent, Lawrence Borns, Robert Saperstein, Alan Wasserman, Donald Glassman V Bottom Row: Richard Sharp, Howard Sandler, joseph Weiner, Rodney Arenson, Gilbert Eckerling, Harry Cohn, Edward Wittert, Arnold Saltzmzin, Samuel Alexander, Kenneth Spungen, Herman Kosh, jack Kramer v ITN - up fm we Gamrlm Chapter 102 East C 17111771875 ,- .-.. -... ,?-. Y... ,.,, .. ,.-., .-..., -,,, , ,,, , G, , , ,, G Q l if, .Mi J-5 l Trlll KAPPA Ill' lLll The Tekes play a prominent role in campus activi- ties. Some of their leaders and respective accomplish- ments are Kenny Brassfield, chairman of Senior class political party "Gung Ho", George Heinrich, presi- dent of Alpha Kappa Psi, commerce fraternity, Raloh Tribbey, track manager and member of Sachem, jerry Lofquist, swimming manager, and Gene john- son, chairman of Illini Town Hall meetings. Still others are Bill Krueger, summer intramural manager, and Bill Gallen, chairman of the Illini Union Dance Committee. The house is represented in Tau Beta Pi and Phi Eta Sigma scholastic honoraries. During the past year the Tekes, as they are popu- larly known, had the following officers: president, Ralph Tribbey, vice-president, Henry Callsen, secre- tary, George Heinrich, and treasurer, Dick Calhoun. . .., Toff Row: john Von Bergen, Robert McKibbon, William Gallen, jose h Fath, William Haneman, jack Swenscn, Russell Bugan, David Moore Third Raw: Leslie Richards, Ernest Kuncicky, john Ollander, Geraldp Lofquist, james Geiger, Melvin Sorenson, Roy Lumpp, Walter Tucker Seraml Rauf: Stanley Billick, William Krueger, Orval Burk, Henry Callsen, Ralph Tribbey, George Heinrich, Gene johnson, Kenneth Brassfield Barlow Raw: Richard Rollander, Howard Miller, James Davidson, Hugh Foster, Robert Crawford, George Fiedler 345 -aim? ' 3 5 . V Q10 I Kappa Dezzteron 901 South Second 'IIIETA DELTA UIII Theta Delta Chi, one of the oldest social fraterni- ties, celebrates its 98th anniversary this year. The local charge, Kappa Deuteron, was founded at Illinois in May in 1908. Similar to most campus houses, they lost many men to the Armed Forces. Through efforts of the remain- ing actives and returning veterans, the charge is now at pre-war level. joe Warren was made National Undergraduate Ser:- retary, marking the first time since 1922 that the Illi- nois charge has been represented in the Grand Lodge. Athletic activities include intramural participation along with two house Iettermen-Wes Treggoning, who returned to win another football letter, and Stan Jaronilc, golf "I" winner. Having had a splendid year, Theta Delta Chi hopes next year will prove even better. 4, 7 I Tap Row: Robert Asmus, Ronald Skold, Richard Carlson, Michael lngrassia, jerry Borden, john lngrassia, Charles Black, Carol Wilson, Edward Asmus Boitom Row: Stanley jaronik, Richard Waldorf, Wfesley Tregoning, Samuel Castree, joseph Warren, Carl Kubitz, Elwood Pederson 346 .g . ,' ..-WA M .W - .- ...gf- ..,,,' N o F ills.,-f 'F f":.-,L Ziff?-Z -A kj 'fit ini 12 .Lf 8 "li .x . .. A ,vigil ggi' .. F - 5 A-Qtifi Alpha Beta Chapter 205 Eart Arvnory THETA Xl Theta Xi has had a phenomenal development at fifteen actives and thirty-six pledges. Many of the Illinois. Although comparatively young, it has one active members are discharged veterans. of the most beautiful homes on campus. Its active Social functions for the year included a Christmas chapter has been exceptionally strong financially, and spring formal. Alpha Beta dances have become scholastically, and in fraternal spirit. Its members have known on 'the campus for elaborate decorations and always played a prominent part in campus affairs. excellent music. At present Alpha Beta has fifty-one members- Top Row: jose h Crawford, Wlinficld I-Ientschell, Albert Thiernau, Eugene Stinson, Raymond Piech, James Trefny, Harry Vonl-Iuben, Sam Parisi, Donald Bowers, William Jackson, Eu cnc Grassnick, Robert Fritz Third Row: Edward Cooney, Efward Brandt, Robert Gerzetich, james Sternburg, Louis Davidson, Jack Renner, James Janak, Charles Perkins, Robert Nightlinger, Rodney Anderson, George Shaw Second Raw: Richard Chmeleck, jack Randall, joseph Schmidt, Thomas Klavik, Edward Bramlet, Ralph Manring, Marshall Storako, Richard Kothlow, George Smith, John Hull, Elwood Smith Barrel? Ro1g:KJoh.nkDamore, Roger Fellows, Arthur McClure, Victor Lesch, Frank Dinyer, Albert Gilbertsen, john Padgett, Richard Kalish, joseph Chlup, ennet ernrc ' 34 -4 'du -. ...L .pf Aga W3 g- Y V fl 14, 101 Jn' A, ,H 'NAR' mv R120 Chapter 907 South F ourtb ml nm nu Strengthened by returning veterans, Zeta Beta Tau Rounding out the year with some of the most opened the fall semester with a 41 man house, includ- unique social functions on campus, including a "Day ing 2 members of the Naval unit, and a pledge class at the Races" dance, featuring a live horse, Rho has of 17. Among the more outstanding men in campus been responsible for some excellent social affairs. activities are Richard Zweig, Theatre Guild, Ronald Led by Edward Mann, president, Rho of Zeta Beta Ager, Illini Union Dance Committee, and Edward Tau looks forward to a very successful year. Ex, business staff of The Illia. Tap Raw: Donald Rice, Edward Robbins, Richard Stone, Theodore Sternberg, Robert Witensky, Sheldon Rosenstein, Albert Steinhart, Richard Navran Third Row: Richard Zweig, Harold Chapman, Saul Cohen, Richard Burstein, Mark Goodman, Ronald Agcr, Alan Thalheimer, Aubrey Smith, Richard Seidel, Harold Goldin N . Second Row: Harold Victor, Sidne Friedman, Charles Lebow, Marvin Freeman, Mrs. Sarah Lewison, Edward Mann, Philip Smith, Edward Ex U Bottom dlioug Donald Mitchel, Igenneth Witt,' David Ashe, Robert Eisberg, Wlilliam Weinberg, Jerome Kalishman, Stanford Sholem, David Berkson, jor an avitz 34 l"""'I s, ,- I3 Hr Q ffl? 1 7 A . r if . A. R . f ,9 11,25 I 1 ,- it ij. . Gi" 4' '3,.l'?.Qg-ff e r I K Alpha Epsilon Chapter 201 East Iobn ZETA I' I The Zeta Psi's moved back into the familiar John Street location last fall after an absence of two years. With a membership of more than 40 men in the fall of 1942, only eight active members were on hand when the first post-war rush week got under way. During the first semester, sixteen pledges were invited to join the Zeta Psi ranks. The chapter at the University of Illinois was char- tered in 1909. Zeta Psi long ago adopted Abraham Lincoln as its patron saint. The living room of the chapter house has been dedicated to Lincoln, and each year an exercise is given in his honor. Despite its reputation for conservatism, Zeta Psi is notable for a well defined policy of expansion, which it has consistently pursued. .. ,Ti S -'F-45 if 2.774 '!'. Emi., 'r .. 5 -+ fi, Top Raw: Ronald Dierolf, Edson Newquist, james McNabb, Charles Nelson, George Remington, Odell Simmons, john Doyle, Carl Upstone Sefwzd Row: Erwin Kozelnh, Milton Folds, Henry Kloppenburg, Harry Rich arcls, ,lohn Freese, William McMichael, joseph Laska .Ballom Raw: james Hurley, Neil Walker, Donald Larson, Harry Lorenz, Robert Ehmann, Birch Musselman Nur in Panel: James Grafton 349 Robert Ford, Eldon Larson, Robert Corzine, john Phillips, Ralph Castenson, Gail Harms, Donald Davidson, Georgeilrorgey The making of "better men and through them a broader and better agriculturen has been the objec- tive of Alpha Gamma Rho since its founding. The AGR, inactive during the war, is re-establish- ing its name on campus and in activities. Eldon Lar- son was editor of The A g1'icult111'i5t and Bob Corzine was on the business staff. Gail Harms, treasurer of the ALPHA GAMMA RHO Ag Club, and Ralph Castenson were active in the Y.M.C.A. John Philips was a member of the foot- ball band. Alpha Gamma Rho in its comeback year has achieved success in its advancement of agriculture and of the fraternity. . Top Row: Warren Holmes, Benjamin Weeks, Philip Mason, Richard Mann Serond Row: Richard Eastabrook, Vernon Lewis, Richard Black, George Fisher Botlam Row: Arthur Moenkhaus, Kenneth Lundgren, Paul Schipfer, Arthur Hedrick, Keith Nelch, Elden M:-irquardt, Kent Westrate Noi in Prmel: David Newlin KAPPA IGMA With the opening of the house just prior to rush week, Kappa Sigma returned to the Illinois campus this year after a two and a half year's absence. Due to lack of numbers the house has been unable to undertake participation in intramurals as in other years, but several of the pledges have distinguished themselves in campus activities already. Kent Westrate 350 played the lead in "Three Men On A Horse" and Vern Lewis took the part of Edmund in "King Learf' Ken Lundgren has played an active part in veteran's activities. He and Vern Lewis are on the board of control for the newly-formed American Legion post on the campus. Tap Raw: John Ascherman, William Sikkema, Edwin Miles, Robert Mosborg Bottom Raw: john Hall, james Kantor, Ralph Crossman, john Fisherkeller, William Cooke TRIA GLE Triangle, a professional fraternity for engineers, was nationally founded at the University of Illinois in April, 1907. Since that time, Triangle has industriously promoted the ideals which the world expects from engineers, namely, intellectual and moral honesty, courage, fair- AKLS ness, good common sense, sound and careful judg- ment, orderliness, and accuracy. These high ideals were especially exemplified in such distinguished members as Arthur Newell Talbot and Daniel W. Mead. FRATER,lTY AP 351 Y 0ll0lllTIE SERENADE . . . I The call echoes through the house. Girls drowsily stumble out of the dorm to stand enthralled, but freezing, to the Hrst serende of the year. Rush week and its gallons of tea-ends in a sigh of relief and hearty con- gratulations on the superiority of each new pledge class. Then the work begins-seminar, pledge duties, pledge lessons. Week-ends begin to whisk by in a Hurry of house dances and fall picnics, until suddenly, during one of those all night bridge, sessions, the realization strikes-finals are only a month away. Actives and pledges alike get down to serious studying. The jeweled pin is the incentive for the pledges and is realized in the impressive ceremony of initiation. Shi-Ai, spring dances and picnics, the Senior parties go to bring the school if year to a close. Anxious to get back? 35 'iii 1:37. ,pg . 0 X., 5 3 j'QAfi1 'Q gt -Q W 'agile .- F 5 'il' i.".: . Iota Chapter 904 South Lincoln ALPHA Clll UMEGA Alpha Chi is proud of its many members in campus activities. In Mortar Board we have jane jordan and Betsy Ross F ime. Our Shorter Board member is Dorothy Kelly Rupp, president of the Illini Union Board, and chairman of Illini Union Special Affairs Committee. Torch members are joan Clark and Jayne Alice Groves. Marge Perkins is pledge chairman of Panhellenic Council. Shi-Ai pledges are Mary Barbara Green and Carla AI-Ieiss. Social events at Alpha Chi Omega were high- lighted throughout the year. The pledge dance opened the season. Following this was the annual Christmas Weekend with a formal dance. Homecoming, Dad's Day, and Mother's Day banquets were all festive events. It has been a busy, happy year-one they will always remember. ..1 l,k at Ip Top Row: Katherine Cobb, Mary Greene, Nancy Cress, Emily Bacon, Marjorie Hawthorne, Nancy Brown, Jane Brown, Pat Brown, Mary Christie, Shirley 1 l ' Nagell, Marilyn Mueller, Carla Heiss Fourth Raw: Lila Nothdurft, Nancy Noble, Betty Adams, Peggy Harland, Joan Clark, Marge Perkins, Teddy Field, Connie Whitesell, Eleanor Loomis, Shirley Howard, Carol Snell, Pat Burgett Third Row: Jayne Groves, Peggy Kessling, jane Ingles, Helena Znaniecki, Peggy Himes, Mitzi Meurisse, Dorothy Rupp, jean Davidson, jane jordan, Pat Atteberry Second Row: Jackie Gebhard, Sue Fennel, Nancy Mason, Helen Young, Ann Porter, Nancy Knight, Mary Lou Solomon, jean Overstolz, Pat Gibson, Connie Gadow, Dorothy Doolen Bottom Row: Nancy Schmitt, Ellen Gross, joan Ellis, joan McMaster, Mary Misch, Mary Lou Smith, Annette McAdam, Karla Kaiser, janet Bcnham, Jane Harrington No! in Panel: Patricia Lauchner 354 Wifi 4" .. g Q l A . r I, I . A Sigma C laapter 1202 I-V est N efvarla ALPHA DELTA Pl Leading Sigma chapter of ADPi at Illinois this year were Patricia Noling, Armour, president, Helen Wacker, LaSalle, vice-president, Barbara Reeder, Arthur, secretary, and Pat Lough, Mt. Vernon, treas- urer. Alphi Delta Pi participated in many campus activi- ties and honoraries, including The Daily Illini, The Illia, Y.W.C.A., Theatre Guild, and Illini Union. Filling the calendar of social events were firesides, picnics, dinners, and dances, climaxed by the tra- ditional Stardust formal in the spring. Mothers and Dads were honored at dinners on their respective days, and scholastic honors won by members of the group were recognized at an Honors Banquet. On May 15 they celebrated the 95th anniversary of the founding of the sorority with an annual Founders Day Dinner. At the traditional Senior Banquet they bid good-bye to seniors. i Top Row: Esther Norton, Esther jones, Betty Carnahan, Virginia McElrath, Maril n Williams, Dorothy Buzzard, Hortense Harris, Shirley Smidl, Marion Mirring, Corinne Gregson, Mar Ellen Bowler, Elfleda Gillespie, Martha. Winkleman Third Row: Beverly Wilson, Clara 57:1-bster, Marilyn Rudd, Phyllis Steinkamp, Lorraine johnson, Shirley Redman, Mary jane Cunningham, Clara XVilIiams, Carol james, Lee Ann Layton, Margaret Larson, Barbara Claypool, Ann Bruce, Phyllis Roth, jane Vlildeman, Beverly Bear Second Row: Anna Mae Sneddon, Bette Swett, Luverta Nipe, Margaret Lawhead, Marian Ford, Helen Green, Dorothy Collier, Arvena Wacle, Helen Wacker, Barbara Reeder, Evelyn Flodberg, Rachel Thomas, Jacqueline Finerty Botlom Row: Vivian Kienlen, Betty Berg, Patricia Noling, Mary Argenbright, Suzanne Cutler, Beverly Edmonds, Patricia Lough, Betty Gammon, Barbara Davis, Francis McKenna 355 - e-+- M11 Chapter 904 South Third ALPHA El' llill Plll Twenty-five years together-and lVIu's still going strong. This was the theme of the tea and banquet given in celebration of the Silver Anniversary in May. The 25th year finds Mu with Sally Bloom, dean, Roselle Osoff, sub-dean, Marilyn Kafhe, treasurer, and Cara Heller, secretary. Truly a BWOC of the Senior class is its vice- president, Doris Levy. "Do", also a member of Mortar Board, can be found at almost any time at The II1i0 oflice, as assistant business manager. Carol Andich, member of Torch and Shi-Ai, is president of Hillel, and has a junior job on Star Course. Work- ing in ,the Y.VV.C.A. cabinet and Panhellenic Execu- tive Council is Roselle Osoff. Estelle Schermer is active in the Illini Union, while Margy Golder is busy with her junior job on The Illia. In the gayer vein, they gave two pledge dances last year, and numerous spreads for the newly engaged sorors. And so you are brought up to date on the doings at AEPhi. Q l l Top Row: Patsy Rosenthal, Laura Kirsch, Beverly Rosenfeld, Ivonne Kamen, Marjorie Bell, Helaine Klein, Marjorie Maas, june DuBroff, Laurel Stiglitz, Barbara Robinson, Betty Kirschner . Third Row: Anita Hess, jean Klein, Saramae Sherman, Carol Andich, Betty Fae Chayken, Eunice XVolff, Carol Landau, Gloria Gettleman, Marjorie Golder, Audrey Goldman, Estelle Schermer Serond Row: Alma Pitzele, Nancy Frankel, Doris Levy, Cara Heller, Sally Bloom, Mrs. Gottstein, Roselle Osoff, Marilyn Katie, Vivian Cirlin, Josephine Slottow, Nancy Marcus Bottom Row: Lois Holstine, Marilyn Polk, Phyllis Silberman, Sue Rivkin, Corrine Ascllerman, Barbara Brown, Miriam Nathanson, Audrey Cohn, janyt Spahn, Rena Gaines, Mariorie Mann ,fix ggi? "QE -, Te: 'ig-xr A .5ia,sM1n,4' 'yin' QA. Fig-2. ,I n -r Si " 71111 C ba pier W 1106 South Lincoln ALPHA GAM The Alpha Gams are prominent in honoraries on campus. Margaret Claxton, Zeta Phi Eta and Psi 'Chig Mariella Mapes, Sigma Alpha Iota, and Peggy Hackett, Illustrators are the typical examples. Then too, there are those in the various campus activities. Acting as sophomore managers in Theatre Guild are Barbara Feurer, Joyce Hull, and Nancy Radeke. Vir- ginia Harlan, president, is chairman of the pep rallies. At the Y.W.C.A., Marian Hazen is chairman of ofhce management. r i IL l MA DELTA Besides the honoraries and activities the Alpha Gamma Deltas were well represented in the last Honors Day Convocation. Three freshmen were named to Alpha Lambda Delta-Joyce Hull, Nancy Radeke, and Winona Schroeder. Pledge dance, Christmas, and spring formals were all huge successes as planned by the social chairman, Shirley Armour, and all added to make it a year to. be remembered. Top Row: Marilyn Harnquist, Joyce Hull, Marilyn Unmacht, Barbara Gassmann, jo Ann Wetzler, -Ioan Skoglund, Nancy Radeke, Margaret Hackett, Patricia Lynn, Kathryn Lipe, Wfinona Schroeder, Faith Kruse, Margaret Clevenger, Phyllis Wilson Third Rau-': Rosemary Corbly, Sharon Cole, Vivien Sindelar, Barbara Fcurer, Virginia Sindelar, Betty Blomquist, Marijane Shemwell, Katharine jones, Arline Shaw, jane Lace, Rosemary Weber, Marilyn Thomas, Mary Madsen Serolm' Raw: Marion Hazen, Elaine Kozler, Mary Fox, Wlilda Palmer, Mary Lynn, Katharine Hanneman, Leona Youngquist, Virginia Harlan, Margaret Claxton, Carol Fink, Shirley Armour, Hazelle Skow, jane Lindsley, Mariella Mapes Barium Row: Helen Young, Nancy Faley, Louise Stohr, Shirley Fleming, Patricia Lincoln, Joy Hiser, Phyllis Moore, Betty Walsh, Barbara Foy, Mary Dempsey, Jacqueline Schmied, Ann De Witt, Beverlee Crowe, Sally Armour 35 1 v,15"r,, 4 Aglfhkiq hir. ,. " limi, ','!if5,fE5'QJ 'ni 'Q , lf! iff: Ziff. 21: 1. ,AH-,.Ei,as, emi. I 'f'n.'jf'f ' . -,H i0:"'f' "" ffm, -K S .l 2 G, 'sl Iota Chapter 706 South Mathews ALPHA llllllCll0 Pl Through Iota's bonds almost 800 women have be- come sisters in one ideal. The present active members of Alpha Omicron Pi try to prove that ideal through scholarship, activities, and good neighborliness. Some of their campus activity leaders are june Bramlet, Y.W.C.A. Religious Education, Panhellenic Activities chairman, Torch vice-president, and co- chairman of the W.S.S.F. Community Chest Drive, Helen Brooks, senior manager of Theatre Guild prop- erties, Esther Streger, "Y" Social chairman and junior manager of Theatre Guild, Jeanne Starkey, treasurer of Y.VV.C.A. AOPi is represented in Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Illustrators, Iota Sigma Pi, and Zeta Phi Eta. Top Raw: Venita Schnaare, Mariellen Damon, Georgianna Baker, Alice Wolff, Frances Steger, Alice Gainer, Audrey Harlow, Betty Ann Stahl, Patricia Ryan, Jean Ryan, Jane Wilson, Madelyn Lang, joan Ryan, Margaret Kramer ' . . h Third Row: Marilee Loverid e, Dolle Heun, Mavel Eno, Irma Jean Roland, june Bramlet, jean Wiersema, Gwenith Hemmings, Marilyn Gregg, Esther Streger, Ruth Streger, Bariara Ginzel, Mignon Froman, Laura Dexter Second Row: Doris Larsen, Margaret Waldo, Jeanne Starkey, Winifred Baylor, Celeste Miller, Myrle Maack, jean Spencer, june Lotz, Gloria Ischudy, Jane Schaefer Helen Brooks Bottom Rmui' june Bickerton, Susanne Smith, Lois Dungan, Irene Davis, Bonnie Smith, Marilyn james, june Keine, Barbara XVurstler, Polly Lawten 358 y it Beta Alpha Chapter 508 East Armory ALPHA PHI Traditional and other social events made for an unforgettable year in Alpha Phi. The Founders Day Banquet, Pledge Dance, Christmas Faculty Tea, and Senior Breakfast were the highlights. This year, the chapter activities have continued under the leadership of president jean B. Thompson, Shorter Board, vice-president Mary Atterbury, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet and Iota Sigma Pig secretary Martha Swain, Torch and senior editor of The Daily Illini. Barbara Gilbreath is also a junior editor, and a member of Torch. Dorothy Dolan, Torch, is inter- house manager of W.A.A. jean Rogers is a junior manager of Theatre Guild, and Patricia Smith is on the Concert and Entertainment Board. Alpha Phi marked herself by winning first place in the Y.W.C.A. Doll Show, 1944-45. L! Tap Row: Ann Manley, Elizabeth Loewen, Doris Dietz, Annice Buckner, Barbara Gilbreath, Barbara Chamberlain, Joyce Gothwaite, Helen Moberly, Lucile Stice, Margot Flock, Dorothy Spencer, Elizabeth Stephans Third Row: Maxine Coffman, jean Rogers, jean Monroe, Barbara Nicklaus, Doris Parsons, Jane Schoonmaker, Martha Swain, Beverly d'Etcheg0yen, Dorothy Dolan, Gertrude Anderson, Aline Fairbanks, Jean Long Second Raw: Jane Lauchner, Shirley Heimerdinger, Geor ene Uebcrrhcin, Mary Attebery, Wilma Pratt, Ruth Miller, Jean Buckner, Louise Teller, Betty Rhl.dhlD hYkl R Ugh' ' Dean, ut O'sen a , orot y a ey, ozanna e err em .Bnltom Raw: Betty McClure, Ma Lauchner, Mary Coapsticlt, Georgia Leahy, Jane Marshall, Deborah Sandford, Nancy Poland, Carol Hayes, Louise Millizen, Barbara Bienemann, Dennis lgllaren, Bette Samson, Phyllis Travis 359 17,5-I-5fafff,!TZ2lQ"!.3u- -f A 11459, Kappa Chapter 71 5 Ufesf Michigan ALPHA Xl DELTA U Above the gold and double blue of Alpha Xi Above the rose, our emblem stands apart. The symbol honored most by our fraternity Which every sister wears upon her heart. The Golden Quill, its meaning and its mystery Through all the years, we proudly treasure still. And so forever more our love and loyalty We pledge to Alpha Xi and to the Golden Quill." Alpha Xi Deltas all over the world sing these words each day, pledging themselves again to the spirit of friendship and fraternal love. And with the words come memories of college days. Kappa Chapter at Illinois leaves with each cap and gown girl a closer bond-to the coed of '46 thoughts of Illini. There are house dances, banquets, and cozies-visits from Alpha Lam, Shi-Ai, Torch, and Mortar Board-ac- tivities in the Union, Theatre Guild, The Daily Illini, and many others. Pledge, active, alum-all join in the Words, 'Tm from Illinois and an Alpha Xi!" Tap Row: Shirley Larsen, Isabel Hendel, Betty Cleek, Anette Anderson, Norma Robinson, Elizabeth Harding, Lorene Carothers, janet Pygman, Betty Lou Fisher, Geraldine Truax, Ruth Turner, Alice Barton, Delores Chappell, Margaret Pierson, Virginia Herter Third Row: Oradel Nolen, Letitia Wimberley, Carrnie McKemie, Patricia Ducey, Nancy Weber, Elizabeth Deuchler, Betty Ray Durham, Maxine Ourada, Alice Iverson, Patricia Warren, Margaret Haan, Phyllis Nitsche, joan Finch, Naomi Peters, Mary Alice Kyndberg Serond Row: jane Rosenau, Anne Krebs, Ruth Loveless, Barbara jones, Winnifred Jacobs, Catharine Hendel, Dorothy Wilson, Marilyn Melody, Constance Franklin Anita Hagstrom, Shirley McMahon, Jeanne Ostby Botiom Raw.: Veronica Barton, Dorothy Rasmussen, Pauline Dolan, Patricia Glerum, Barbara Tunnicliff, Mary Krebs, Patricia Schnipper, Bernadette Banda, Jean Anderson Na! in Panel: Carol Kroner, Wandaline Thompson, Alice Chapman, Lou Ann Grant, 360 f"'N'r 4 f , ,. . ., ,i..Q. gi QQ, ,fb E O7I1iCT07l Chapter 907 Soznla I'V1-ight CHI UMEGA Chi Omega is proud to have received the Pan- hellenic Scholarship cup for eight out of the past nine semesters. Aside from this, Chi Os End time for campus activities and just plain fun. Joanna Cavanee, Torch, was chairman of Homecoming, Mary Stevens, Mortar Board, was co-manager of Star Course, Joan Gagan, Torch, was scholarship chairman of Pan- hellenic, and Tui Stevenson was chariman of the annual Y.W.C.A. Doll Show. In Theatre Guild, Joanne Perring, Mortar Board, was general manager, Mary Homrighous, Torch, and Barbara Gulley were junior managers. Social events were the formal Pledge Dance, the annual Christmas party, and exchange dinners with sororities and fraternities. Highlighting the whole year was the Chi Omega traditional Kentucky Break- fast which was given this May. 1 Tap Raw: Doreen Embs, Ann Shoof, Alice Jordan, Jo Ann Dumelow, Jean Gates, Carolyn Stuhr, Harriet Krell, Martha Jcllitfe, Barbara Thomasson, Betty Hitch, Mary Jo Wfedge, Carla Cummins, Marigrace Shawl, Shirley Kamerer, Betsy Hall Third Row: Ruth Weinard, Mary Bennett, Mar I-Iomrighous, Norma Abels, Tui Stevenson, Alice Knuclson, Alice Joslyn, Joanna Cavenee, Norma Goethe, Phyllis Chumbley, Louise Riddle, Marilyn Sedlgwick, Jean Naramore, Eloise McNamee, Betty Altpeter Second Raw: Jean Jucld, Mary Geissendorfer, Jacqueline Olson, Mary Jane Little, Joan Gagan, Mar Stevens, Mary Anne Allen, Joanne Perring, Dorothy Purcell, Frances Nickolls, Molly Coe, Ph llis Brown, Lucia Robb, Beverly Johnson, Barbara Gulley Baitom Raw: Betty Lou Gher, Mary Porter, ,lean Doerscher, Jean Church, Mary Glisson, Patricia Champion, Betty Jo Muyers, Janice McCann, Joy Hansen, Barbara Trowe, Carolyn Nordstrom, Frances Harrison, Jean Kettler, Mary Rhoads, Suzanne Hanscom, Theresa Lahey, Ruth Gorman, Mary Hacllield 361 were W Delta Pi Chapter 508 East Claalmers llEL'l'il DELTA DELTA The word "college" means something different to everyone - to the Illinois Tri-Deltas, it always brings thoughts of evening firesides, of the yearly ducking of the seniors by the juniors, of fun and dances, of walkouts, of "Isn't the mail in yet?", of the senior breakfast, of many other things distinctively Tri-Delt. Besides memories, the Tri-Delts have many honors to look back on. In the spring of 1945, they won Shi- Ai Sing and the next weekend sang at Sachem Sing. They won the WDWS Sorority Charm Program. The Pan-Hellenic vice-president was Tri-Delt Dotty Strong, a Shorter Board member, and Ellie Lukens, Shorter Board, was an Illio Beauty Queen. Del Schwartz and Jean Reedy, Torches, had junior jobs on The Daily Illini and The Illio, and Alice Ann XfValker was a Union chairman. The Tri-Delt presi- dent was Ann Lewis, Mortar Board. Top Row: Ann Johnson, Eleanor Stratton, Harriet Cardier, Patricia Neal, Martha Cottingham, Constance Turski, Betsy Ladd, Carmeta McLeod, Greta Standish, Alice XValker, Helen Devine Third Row: Betty Bur ess, Betty Whalin, Irene Birkeland, Marilyn Monroe, Doris Davis, Joanne Smith, Mildred Phillips, Shirley Anderson, Delores Schwartz, Jean Reedgy, Ruth Schneider Second Row: Rosemary Wliite, Dorothy Strong, Juliette Powell, Gloria Dana, Doris Burke, Lois Black, Margaret Lewis, Eleanor Lukens, Christie Baechtold, Ruth Seen, Shirley Dean, Martha Armstrong Bottom Row: Priscilla Gates, Barbara Wlright, Betty Pace, Emma Browning, Sue Brown, Jean Hansen, Joanne Choisser, Dorothy Seeman, Margaret Seconclino, Marilyn Mezek, Carol Vfolff, Betty Bryant, Betty Schick -L. ..., - - .f. .- rr V H.-X.-, if ,- ni - l 222 1 Q Iam Clmprer 1207 Tlfeyt N emndn DELTA GAMMA The Delta Gamma ship sailed through its usual colorful year under the captaincy of Lois Friedrich. Pct Sherwood, social chairman, launched the very successful Pledge Dance in the fall, the Christmas For- mal, and the traditional Senior Breakfast. The DGS dropped anchor to Win second place in the Panhellenic scholastic rating and participated in many war drives, and campus activities. Marilyn Chapman was a member of the Illini Board of Control i I I 666' and Student Senate. Jean Herron, Mortar Board, was general business manager of The Daily Illini, and Bar- bara Hubbard was chairman of the Red Cross unit. jo Ann Baysinger and Joy Chapman were chosen Shi Aisg Betty Rowen, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Dorothy Grifiith to Terrapin. The DGS reached port after a successful journey and are ready to hoist anchor again for next year. I v 1 f , 1 1 i - H ,. . ,a ,Q A J fy ig ,,,,Q,,2, A aa LMMQA i li l i .1 , -1 ,i , , W ,, , . r, Tap Row: Beverl Chase, Betsy Youngren, Marjorie Wright, Carmen Crown, Helen Krabbe, jean Temple, Dorothy Grithth, Barbara Rowe, Joanne Burt, Joan Nolan, lllouise Framberg, Donna Conybear, Avis Shuck Third Row: Marilyn Chapman, Patricia Taber, Ann Whitcomb, Betty Rowen, Natalie Eckland, Marilyn Roach, Jeanne Scharfenberg, Charlene Umbright, Virginia M ers, Honor Garstang, Faith Cech, Virginia Curtis, Virginia Hollowa , Sall Millis Serena' 5ow.'Bgeirrii3Gard1ii1er, joPAnn.Ba156Isinger, Ann Veirs, jean Herron, Mary Glidlden, lflargaret Pope, Lois Friedrich, Peg Sherwood, Miriam Buzzell, I t Bar ara irc , esy yan, a-ricia ay . . g Barium Row: jean Bruder, Henrietta Dalbey, Patricia Thorwick, jean Suthercl, Gloria Davis, Caroline Quinn, Margaret Lawrence, Shirley Freeman, Patricia Hirons, Jerry Metcalf, Joann Benway 363 6 a is gf? ,, .1-Jr lv s f ST! ,332 .skyfl lqfiii Jrnfsw-a':sv.r'1s. R110 Cbaprer 58 East Gregory DELTA PHI EP ILO At the University of Illinois, Rho chapter of Delta after Rho was organized here. Rho girls participate Phi Epsilon has been re-organized, and is taking its in almost every campus activity-from Theatre Guild place as an active organization on the Illinois campus. to Alpha Lambda Delta. Oh yes, high scholarship is The "Deephers", thirty-two strong, are proud of an integral part of Delta Phi Epsilon ideals. their president, Shirlee Feltman, and "The Georgia Already known for their friendliness and hospi- Peach", Allene Rittenbaum, who is vice-president. tality, the girls of Rho have shown themselves cap- You can also hear the D Phi E's bragging of their able of assuming an outstanding position on campus. Homecoming plaque, which was won only two weeks l Tap Row: Greta Morganstine, Lois Kamin, Shari Brown, Muriel Blum, Chemie Abrams, Shirley Novack, Eloise Wfexman, Annette Newman, Geraldine W . t . Tbird S21i'?mHe1ene Rosin, Vivian Rosenblum, Lorraine Motel, Bernice Richter, Charlotte Tennes, Muriel Ostrowsky, Gerry Kessler, Joanne Katzoff . Second Rauf: Muriel Weiner, Leonore Shalowitz, Marjorie Epstein, Mrs. Spiro, Shirlee Rose Feltman, Allene Rittenbaurn, Selina Smith, Tess Tautsine Bottom Row: Adrienne Goldstone, Marilyn Levin, Renee Novick, Seena Donchey, Sylvia Stein, Isobel Schooler, Laurel Karasrk, Thelma Robbins 364 "' 122: .N S. l A fri 5 v,.i:f,-gf. Alpha Nu Chapter III lfVest Ells llllL'I'll IGMA THETA Service and worth are the ideals of Delta Sigma Theta. These ideals have been interpreted to the com- munity through a program increasingly rich in edu- cational, cultural, civic and social activities.Traditional highlights in this program are the lecture tea at which some eminent thinker is presented, and The Spring Festival Frolic at Hillel Hall. Deltas are loyal supporters of many campus activi- ties, and they are proud of Martha Grimes and Dolorite Rodgers who featured in concert orchesis. One might go on and on about the drives for the National Association for the Advancement of the Colored People, the Red Cross, the Urban League, and the custom of celebrating Founder's Day with a banquet. Tap Row: Annabelle Wlhite, Martha Grimes, Joanne Hall, Gwendolyn Ray, Oranelle Bough, Armaclee jones, Evelyn Grimes, Melba Dillard, Helen Fisher, Myrtle McCrary Boltom Row: Juanita Dillard, Marianna Smith, Martha Wlxite, Helen XVesley, Evelyn Terry, Hilclred Lucas, Barbara Stewart, Marion McMen, Bettye Scales, Cora Scott 365 v 7. ' sq, -'i 1 I 'Q 'e 'aa' Alpina Beta Chapter 710 TV est Ohio DELTA Zll'l'A "How we love you little lamp of gold" is the key- note for Delta Zetas. I To create a well-rounded program DZ participates in many university activities. Last year Alpha Chi Sigma awarded to Martha Ryder the medal for the most outstanding student in the chemistry curriculum. Betty Van Doren was pledged to Shorter Board. Betty is also a new mem- ber of Terrapin. Serving as rushing chairman of Phi Chi Theta has kept Helen Mitchel busy throughout the year. The bat of Shi Ai flew late one eve to pledge Irene Curtis and Georgiana Gates. Business in activities has not kept the DZS from en- joying a full social program, too. A hayride was scheduled first on their calendar, followed by the pledge dance and the winter and spring formals. Top Row: Roberta Roberts, Irene Curtis, Ann Campana, Suzanne Swarts, Mary Eberhardt, Patricia Stutsman, Barbara Baxter, Myrlene Wabel, Jo Ann Heida, Irma Rav Third Row: Dorothy Hormell, Billie Allen, Georgiana Gates, Dorothy Disman, Martha Ryder, Kathryn Zarub, Rowena Reeder, Romaine Mutchler, Shirley Mencel Second Row: Betty Coleman, Donna Uhlmann, Helen Mitchel, Betty Van Doren, Margaret Heck, Nadine Ransom, Margaret Young, joan Doyle, Doris French Hallam Row: Jacqueline Coecia, Doris Gorman, Patricia Hoffman, Mary Haugen, Rosemary Witte, Joan Flesher, Reba Davis, Charlene Bender, Eleanor 366 ,, ' 10" If A f-'SFF' 2. A ll 5'gl'r-lm ' ff 'f-,Ti-f'Q., ., A, fq'1g1'afj. 4153: 'C . ,Q , '-,1 J Omicrmz Chapter 1110 llfest Nevada l GAMMA Plll BETA Gamma Phi Beta shone with the true splendor of the crescent moon again this year. Barb Clayton, editor, and Eleanor Pickett, business manager, headed The Illia with the Gamma Phi help of two junior business managers and three junior editors. Mortar Board chose Eleanor Pickett and Alice Koehler, vice-president of the Y.W.C.A. and Phi Beta Kappa. Shorter Board president is Barb Clayton, and Melba Miller, Gamma Phi president, is also a Shorter Board. All the Gamma Phis are very proud indeed of having Hve Torches - Mary Lou Barber, Margery Bean, Marion Bollinger, Jackie Tatman, and Elaine Sebastian. On The Daily Illini, Mary Kay Northam was a junior editor. Next year Gamma Phi hopes to pile up more laurels to add to an already shining record. Top Row: Yvonne Gardner, June Martin, Helen Sieferman, Martha Holmes, Mary Kay Northam, Margaret Engel, Joanne Butterlield, Shirley Pufalt, Janice Ehleb, Nola Poynton, Patricia Williamson, Jayne Conley, Carol Karr, Dorothy Price, Blythe McCradie, Pauline Gucker, Gloria Pagliarulo, Jean Harshbarger Third Rauf: Charlotte Tanton, Nanc Van Noppen, Jeanette Jefferson, Joan Koehler, Elizabeth Stride, Marion Bollinger, Elaine Sebastian, Lois Bolle, Carol n Williams, Lillian Post, arjorie Ruth, Betty Gwinn, Helen Dunn, Marjorie Bean, Mary I.ou Barber, Jacqueline Tatman, Anna Jean Mac- Donald, Roberta Roland, Constance Carlson, Mary Beth Hull Serand Row: Jeanne Potter, Eleanor Pickett, Shirley Traylor, Jean Hiller, Marjorie Keck, Karyl Fraley, Barbara Clayton, Melba Miller, Ruth Ann Odell, Mona. Rae Mann, Ruth Sieferman, Alice Koehler, Minnie I.ou Black, Barbara Angus Baitom Row: Susan Fuller, Beverl Bebb, Mary Lou Walling, Marilyn Prust, Susanne White, Barbara Wllitington, Doris Godejahn, Phyllis Skiles, Dorothy Ehrhart, Janice Clark, Edith Wells, Alice Jacobson Nut in Panel: Anne Russel, Phyllis Conley 36 I ,I . v. A Delta Chapter 611 East Daniel KAPPA ALPHA 'PHETA Kappa Alpha Theta started the year with many of its members in top positions in campus activities. President Rosanna Webster, Phi Beta Kappa and Mor- tar Board member, was elected vice-president of the Student Senate. Anne Noble and Dorothy Johnston were chairman and business manager for the Y.W.C.A.'s traditional Homecoming Mum Drive. Kappa Alpha Theta's ballet scene, Alice in W'01zde1'- land, won first place honors at the Homecoming Stunt Show. Torch members for this year include Dorothy Knaphurst, Anne Noble, and Dorothy Johnston. The pledges scholarship cup and the VV.A.A. swim- ming trophy, both won last year, are trophies they hope to keep in the house this year. ' , lx Y Z 1, I i g K ' V I vt 1 at A es ii li, ae 2 it . la Top Row: Barbara Wlriting, Nancy Noonan, Peggy O'Brien, Sally Pfeffer, Mary Rose, Edith Touche, Barbara Schultz, Marilyn Wfilber, Catherine Chambers, Patricia Scott, Joyce Davis, Margaret Alcock Third Row: Margaret Church, Charlotte Christie, Dorothy Knaphurst, Phyllis Rose, Louann King, Louise Converse, Joanne Turner, Dorothy Johnston, Jean Nihan, Mary Bennett, Charlotte Salyers, Peg y Schumacher Second Raw: Katherine Reuling, Annis Steinley, sane Davis, jane Brigham, Barbara Atkinson, Rosanna Wlebster, Martha Rothgangel, Dora Herrick, Barbara Latham, Jane Burke, Lois Downs, Joan Campbell Bottom Row: Shirley Connor, Peggy Conard, Dorothy Pearson, jane Michel, Marilyn Munkers, Miriam Bauer, Nancy Conkey, Amelia Downing, Catherine Christie, Shirley Moore, Patricia Dulfy, Grace Schulze, Terry Fey A r ,f-iii .ip 'Qu Se? ' K A at fgxrl. vw. .9 Us - Q' -,wig lil' Sigma Omicron Chapter 1204 Sozztla Lincoln KAPPA KDS are leaders in campus activities. Members of the W.A.A. board, The Daily Illini junior business staff, Illini Union board of directors, and student di- rectors of Theatre Guild are only a few of them. Illini Union has picked Kappa Deltas as chairmen of Chanute dances, Dad's Day, University Sings, Club Commons, Homecoming Stunt Show, and Founcler's Day. Besides a good representation in honoraries, DELTA KDS are proud to have the president of Mortar Board and the president and vice-president of SAI, music honorary. The social chairman, Norma Del, planned a busy .year of dances, teas, exchange dinners, open houses, picnics, and informal get-to-gethers. "Awee" Canty, able and attractive president, has made this a busy and successful year for all the KDS. Top Raw: Lois Riggs, Arah-Dean Scheele, Miriam Mally, Margaret Walton, Margaret Shekleton, Shirlee johnson, Mary Gechanour, Marion Barry, Barbara DeForest, Helena Magnusson, Alice Parkhurst, jean Canty, Marie Parl-churst, Patricia Schubert Third Row: Mary Martin, Janice Yournans, Helen Hurd, jacquelyn Kimbark, Mary Lewis, Patricia Dickinson, Harriet Marshall, Elizabeth Easter, Norma Diedrich, Cathlcen Cooper, Ruth Bone, Lois Wanen, Carla Reyner, Lois Schlecter, Anne Trentman, Doris Shols, Margery Wfalceman Second Row: Dorothy Bremer, Lois Horning, Betty Hamm, Jeanne McGovern, Marilyn Murray, Shirley Getman, Alice Canty, Maryalice Youmans, Mary Treclinnick, Marion Sanford, Mary Hayes, Shirley Stateler, Jean Voris BOIfl77l1 Row: Phyllis Chalk, Nancy Lee, jean Geisler, joan Roach, Sue Carr, Dorothy Collier, Muriel Madsen, jean Steakle, Evelyn Kennedy, jean Loellke, Marilyn Ewing, Mary Crossley 369 .after PIM, . v . , .7 ghgylilll ll bl-9 als Beta Lrmzbda Chapter 1102 Somb Lincoln KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA From the annual Sadie Hawkins Day Dance to the Spring Formal, Kappa had its usual active year. Rosemary Grundin was chosen Queen during the Red Cross Drive and juin Whipple, "Miss Ohio State" for the track meet. "Ween Daniel' was a member of the Queen's Court at the I.F. Ball. A Kappa Joan Ralston Lippincott was Pan-Hellenic president chosen for Mortar Board. Another Mortar Board was Kay House, Phi Beta Kappa and a senior editor for The Daily Illini. Marilyn Hannah had the lead in both the operetta and Union Show, and Juin Whipple was chairman of Homecoming. Margaret Robbins is the all-around girl, head of Star Course, member of Mortar Board and Phi Beta Kappa. She also received the Bronze Tablet. These are outstanding Kappas! r l Top Row: Ruth Nelson, Roberta Cooke, janet Ellington, Shirley Roberts, Jacq iclyn Countryman, Mary Lou Pike, Agnes Goldman, Dorothy Peterson, Margaret Moore, Carrol Longeway, Patricia Price, Nancy Price, Carroll Lowitz Third Raw: Virginia 1-Iudelson, Barbara Lane, Suzanne Appelle, Jean Hoffman, ,janet Wynn, Nancy Scharli, jerry Bowers, Grace Welsh, Nancy Hornung, juin Whipple, Roberta Luckow, Marilyn Murphy, Suzanne Love, Jeanne Sullivan U V I Second Row: Atha Tehan, Marilyn Braband, Barbara Murphy, Patricia Landis, Jessie Daniel, joan Lippincott, jean Reeb, Marilyn Hannah, Barbara Harvey, Ellen DeMoss, Gloria McRae, Dorothy Knopf Bolton: Row: Sally Lofquist, Betty Wlhitnel, Mary Wlhitnel, jane Kurrus, Ann Skelton, Barbara Seaquist, Adele Messenger, Helen Crain, Nancy Barker, Barbara Bickel, Bonnie Ilten - ' ,1 it 4 if YJ .W f y gi Gavlmm Chapter 713 Ufert Ohio vm oiviliul Pl The Phi O Pi chapter house was the scene of the Chi, Arlene Bailey, president of Eta Sigma Phi, and lovely wedding of Elizabeth Leighly last April. Dur- to Barbara Lanman, a member of Alpha Pi Delta. ing the summer there were many more marriages in All Phi O Pis, actives and pledges alike, enjoyed the its ranks and consequently the Phi O Pis came back many house dances, especially the traditional Christ- to campus in the fall a little depleted. mas formal. Under the beautiful tree, it started the During Homecoming weekend the chapter house holiday off with a bang. echoed with inerriment as alums renewed old bonds So ends one of Phi O Pi's happiest and most suc- -of Sisterhood and made new ones. cessful years. Honors go to Lee YVilson Koenig, a member of Psi i r l Tap Rozy: Sara Benson, Marilyn Nathan, Evelyn Gray, Anne Harrison, Phyllis jordan, Mary Lou Kinsler, Marilyn Rohe, Valerie Wfestheld, Lucille Rhymer, Tbiriayillgdurl LEl?5J31'ViS, Barbara Lanman, Patricia McKee, jeane Flesher, Danise Smith, Doris Cluever, Jo Marilyn Rigg, Virginia Warriuel, Winnifred Secogiiicciifgolliz.'RuItii2ngeEhuran, Carlene Hectman, Pauline Rist, Dorothy Millikin, Carol Wlillis, Lee Wilson, Arlene Bailey, Audrey Wilson, Doris Huge, Bolicsrioliirzgaksiane Glasgow, Mary Marsden, Joan Hilderand, Barbara Sheldon, Barbara Sang, Joanne Shanks, Alyda Ratajik, Eileen Barfknecht Naf in Panel: Phyllis Ratajik K 31 fe iff ., ff-L . ,gf ,, "s mi Them C hupter 306 East Gregory Plll llllllil lllllil "Phi Sig, welll always be true to you," has been sung by the Phi Sigs on this campus since Theta chapter was established at Illinois on November 26, 1923. Phi Sig girls have always shown a great interest in campus activities. Our secretary, Carol Schaffner, is assistant editor of The Illio and active in Theta Sigma Phi. Seena Minkus is president of Alpha Kappa Delta and of Psi Chi. Also Psi Chi members are Barbara Colen, and treasurer, Vivian Schatzman who is a junior on the business staff of The Daily Illini. Alice Weber is a junior editor of The Illia and assistant rushing chairman of Pan-Hellenic. Sherry Kaplan is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, while Patty Berk- man and Lorraine Eisenstaedt have sung at University Sings, Club Commons and with C-17. One of our June graduates, Helen Sher, was salutorian of the Class of '45. K 35, weld f T Top Raw: Irma Katz, Elaine Glass, Annette Levin, Helene Falk, Phyllis Jaffe, Edith Chilow, Sherry Kaplan, Lorraine Eisenstaedt, Joan Perlman, Joan Landers, Illyne Zeidman 'Third Row: Arlene Billow, Sue Jacobs, Esther Gronofslcy, Eunice Annan, Joy XVolf, Ellen Garson, Florence Barland, Patricia Berkman, Lois Quicksilver, W' k Beverly I . . . . . Serond Raw: 1SSliiiay Wlassernian, Roslyn Constantine, Carol Schaliner, Barbara Colen, Arlene Rosenstem, Gloria Lang, Vivian Schatzman, Alice Weber, ' M' It Beverly W1 , S e ' A , , .Bottom Raw: iirililer, iiflehie Cotton, Ruth Pellar, Jacqueline Weiss, Doris Silverman, Enid Fund, Annamae Feldman, Arlene Skolnik, Jewel Marco, Esther Brenner 32 ' 'M W lf' r .9 Zeta Chapter 1005 South Ufrigbt Pl BETA Plll A Golden Anniversary was celebrated this year by the Pi Phis. XfVith 90 national chapters and 44,000 active members, Pi Beta Phi has a larger organization than any known sorority. Among the renown is Nancy Kollman, a Mortar Board member, who holds a senior position on the Union Board. "Toppy" Case, Y .W.C.A. president, and Allene Eberle, manager of Star Course, are also wearers of the famous black cap and gown. Last year Shorter Board visited the Wright Street mansion to pledge Wanda Zimmerman and Ginny Mauney, the house president. Kay Seed is a member of Torch. Homecoming was one of the biggest week-ends for the Pi Phis, for their house decorations and stunt show skit both took first prize. Top Row: Charlotte Keck, Marietta Ripley, Marilyn Sheppard, joan McGinnis, Renee Cermak, Peggie Peterson, Shirley Ackerman, Pat Daniel, Charlotte Allen, Georgene Seaman, Frances Drennan, Dorothy Carmichael, Phyllis Weeks, Mary jane Cramer, Burta Fleharty, lizabeth Irwin, Phyllis Lang, Bar- bara Long, Joyce Mauney Third Row: Phyllis Krieger, Barbara Rosenburger, Jacqueline Opp, Nancy Holmes, Nancy Brown, Barbara Sands, Mary Wallace, Betty Tibbits, Bette Liv- ingstone, Marilyn johnson, Sue Burnside, Mary Willis, jane Limber, Ruth Breen, Shirley Nay Sefand Row: Flora Beth Case, Mary McLaughlin, Donna Morgan, Mary Anne jordan, Carolyn Dallanbach, Dorothy Kennedy, Harriet Haycock, Laura Benner, jean Hayes, Kay Seed, Barbara Hunsucker, Alyce Lovejoy, jean Fleharty, Jackie Holman, Ruth Munkvold Boliom Row: Stella Jean Hunter, Judith Downs, Martha Franklin, Kay Richart, Helen Adair, Mary Beth Wliitley, Virginia Mauney, Wanda Zimmerman, Susan Russell, Nancy Kollman, Jean Sheppard, Allene Eberle, Lorena Ross 33 5 ,li-ii Q5 Eg. Kappa Chapter 110-I lVe.tt N e1u1a'a Sllllllil DELTA Til The Sig Delts made this a record year. Their new pledges are enthusiastically following the members in activities. SDT has three Torches-Jackie Corman, Bobbie Polk, and Charlotte Krasne. Bobbie and Chuck have junior jobs on The Illio while Jackie holds a junior editorship on The Daily Illini. VVe are proud of the girls who made Alpha Lambda Delta- congratulations to Lois Klein, Charlene Cohen, and 3 p . qv'-el'X 5- Gloria Gould. Shi-Ai's new members are Betty Ann Romm and Margot Tick. Bev Frank, Shorter Board, is treasurer of Pan Hellenic, besides assuming her pos- ition as president of the house. The campus is regaining that pre-war standard of social life-and along with grades and activities the Sig Delts are looking forward to another year packed full of userenades and escapadesf' 'A ml Top Raw: Margot Tick, Audrey Cohen, Marjorie Francis, June Mell, Mary Sue Meyers, Betty Romm, Gloria Gould, Mary Frischner, Idelle Lautmann, Bar- bara Chapman, Ethelyn Fink, Lois Klein Third Raw: Norma Levin, Sterra Pcnner, Ruthann Jacobson, Patsy Baker, Charlene Cohen, Reeva Brodsky, Yudice Starr, Marjorie Michael, Roberta Polk, Francis Tick Second Ro-ru: Charlotte Krasne, Arlene Linton, Lynn Lucas, Rolla Jacob, Beverly Frank, Phyllis Peskind, Roberta Wasserman, Jacqueline Carman, Adrienne Chapman, Rolla Shiclcman Bollom Rauf: Melba Grcenman, Gloria Kaplan, Judith Jaffe, Shirley Goldman, Lois Cohen, Harriet Rosen, Marcia Silberman, Gloria Newman, Marilyn XVeiss, Judith Flesch he if Q, I' iii 'T , j l V Gmlmm C lmpter 303 East Iolm TIIETA The first year in the new house on John Street began when Gamma Chapter of Theta Upsilon was re-opened on campus in March, 1945. Theta Us are active in all phases of .college life. Their president, Muriel Stuart, is a member of Pi Delta Phi, French honorary, and on the staff of The Daily Illini. Theatre Guild, Star Course, The Illio, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Union activities are repre- sented too. P lL0 The aims and ideals of Gamma are an important factor in the life of each Theta U. The aim is three- fold: first, to foster close friendships between meni- bers, second, to stimulate the intellectual, social, and spiritual life, and third, to count as a world force through service rendered to others. The girls are proud to wear the pin of Theta Upsilon. Top Row: Ruthe Murchison, Natalie Finch, Shirley Phillips, Patricia Simkins, Jean Huelson, june Meers, Marilyn johnson, Carswella Arnold, Lois jacob- son, Colleen Clark Third Row: Clare Pollaway, Muriel Stuart, Natalie Ryan, janet Pokarney, Betty johnson, Jeanne Ruther, Jacqueline Gilmore, Lorraine Sweeney, JoAnne Grundy, Barbara Beckman, Shirley Livingstone Second Row: Mary Bower-sock, Dorothy Tosovsky, Mary Lou Ross, Irene Palenik, Joyce Krueger, Barbara Dunavan, Wilma Carson, Shirley Cruse, Mary Katherine Schuessler, janis Murphy, Marilouise Sloan Bottom Raw: Janet Bromage, Mabel Matson, Mary Anderson, Mary Verdun, IdaMay Dinsmore, Barbara Cordt, Marion Geppinger, Dorothy Munton, Lowella Smith, LaVon DaVito 3 L ki ff' i L L l ffrsffilfswzfb- T in egglksii 1 , L ,. fi ,iv ga 1' ' . ami x Alpha Kappa Chapter 808 lifes! Vermont ETA 'FAU ALPHA Zeta girls have played a leading role in campus ac- tivities throughout the last year, Gypsy Minnis on the Y.W.C.A cabinet, Elaine Sell and Jane Bueseher on the staff of The Daily Illini, Lee Kerres as direc- tor of War Service during the summer semester, and Louise Heidler as a member of the Pan-Hellenic Court of Appeals. Zetas have been represented in the hon- oraries too. Virginia Clutter was elected president of Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish honorary, Elaine Sell was named to Torch, Phyllis Nickelson became a mem- ber of Alpha Lambda Delta, and Gypsy Minnis was elected historian of Sigma Alpha Iota. Zeta Tau Alpha is proud of their trio, Louise Heidler, Lee Kerres, and Gypsy Minnis. The trio en- tertained at University sings and at special programs on campus, as well as at Chanute field. Tap Rauf: Katherine Curtis, Janet Kaminke, joan Huster, Catherine Petersen, Betsy Leonard, jane Buescher, Audrey Simpson, Rita Lorenz, Phyllis Nickel- son Marge Kallstrom Martha Telling Third Row: Lee Kerres,,Carolyn Burgess, Mary Alice Lawson, Nila Schneider, Marie Frankenberg, Louise Heidler, Peggie Longacre, Mary Hall, Elinor Schneider, Evangeline Ginos, Second Raw: Edith Biowski, Marion Patterson, Rose Marie Minnis, Ellen Kimbrell, Bette Bennett, Elaine Sell, Sylvia Kolpack, Lila Jones, Virginia Clutter, Betty Lou Cross, Jane Stockwell Ballon: Row: jean Sutton, Helen Swezey, Ann Rees, jean Duncan, Phyllis Peterson, Norma Miller, Barbara Anthony, Mabelle Hull, Ruth Jacobs, Jean Chastaine, june Jones 3 1-X : f .. 1 ' Q26 ww! i A Y JJ 591- 'Nab v by ns' 11M .A ' 5111-1: ' ,-.-,J -,.4w-.v.4,,f,. nhhsnnf..- 5.4-1: A ll if bg , 5 - 1 ? Hug? V!,,,,,- yt gan 1 ?g?aiiEgi?.3 Egm 7 mmf-2 ' gf 1rw,q, N 1 1, Q? A 1 K I 'if .J ,1m gumm lynn 52. 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Working together, these two groups, the VVoman's Group System and the Men's Independent VVard Association, sponsor the VV.G.S.-M.I.W.A. banquets, musicals, and the annual stunt show. W.G.S. was the first organization of its kind on any campus. Illinois is very proud of its progress since it was organized in 1922. The enrollment now is nearly three thousand members, a successful indication of the group's strength. The independent men and women on campus have shown by their demo- cratic spirit that they have that necessary "all-out pep" which is indicative of Illini. One need only turn the page for examples of the zest they have added I' to Olll' PCHCCIIIIITC CEIHIQLIS. f' . 9 378 379 Abandoning its wartime duties of housing the Navy, Busey Hall has gone all out for peace by renewing its task of providing a home for one hundred and ninety- four girls, as well as three understanding counselors and a charming house mother. Thus Busey fills the role of being the largest girls' house on campus. The girls, too, are dedicating their activities to the peace by entering with zeal into all the activities that are being reinstated this year. They have not for- gotten, however, the ravages of the war, but are spend- ing many hours in entertaining servicemen and are donating money and clothing to the battle-scarred peoples of Europe. One of the first tasks the girls fulnlled in planning their social calendar was to elect a capable group of officers. Those chosen to be the house leaders for this year were Alice Hildebrandt, president, Priscilla ll EY HALL 1111 Uferz N evada Street jacobs, social chairman, Roberta Webb, vice-presi- dentg Rosella Thomas, secretary, and Catherine Sulli- van, treasurer. The election was followed by a series of social functions, with six holiday parties preceding Christ- mas vacation. The new year was heralded in by the first formal dance and gave promise of the many things to come during the second semester. But Busey girls gave thought to scholastic aspira- tions as well, for the house boasted representatives in nearly every honorary on campus. This is only the beginning. It has been the first, hard year, with everyone's learning the ropes together, Look for great things to come from Busey Hall. It has girls who are willing and capable of reaching the ultimate goal of the residence halls - to recognize and promote scholarship as well as social development. V l Top Row: Mary Luse, Constance Catalano, Harriet Nifong, Helen Zellmann, Donna Rolison, Wilma DeYoung, Jane Brachman, Gretchen Raube, Mary Michel, Florence Krase, Hermine Stern, Hillery Light, Bette Locke, Dolores Petersen, Priscilla Jacobs, Norma Harrison, Esther Alexander Third Row: Kathryn Braun, Mary Gerdes, Dorothy Mathiasen, Elizabeth Wlallace, Patricia Brown, Patricia Smith, Frances Jones, Joan Geymer, Helen Wol- cott, Marian Simonson, Geraldine Schramm, Shirley Erickson, Jolyce Homerding, Lois Barrow, Jane Chrgier, Gloria Cundall ' Y Second Row: Patricia Belt, Gwendolyn Hoilpauir, Rosemary Jeffries, rene Goodwin, Alice Pierzhala, Charlotte Bradley, Adell Dobson, Mary Pfeiffer, Nellie McLafferty, Shirley Milstein, Gera dine Cohen, Jeannette Balzac, Ann Plowman, Frances Jerry, Betty McFarland . Boflom Row: Gloria Filipoff, Joan Bailey, Eugenia Gorka, Marian Hancock, Norma Harrington, Florence Levin, Grace Calder, Muriel Happel, Dorothy Peter- son, Martha Samelson, Mary Gambino, Lucinda Firebaugh, Adele Kiessele, Alice McCallum, Patricia Raley, Dorothy Anderson 30 Tap Row: Phyllis Hubele, Patricia Hamer, Vera Carter, Ilean Zellmann, Gloria Wfalker, Betty Ommen, Ruth Kucera, Roberta Green, Mary Bartsch, Alice Bird, Jean McCaskY, Jeanne Neville, Barbara Maxwel . ' , Third Raw: Mary Wi liams, Lillian Post, Mary Thometz, Barbara Laney, Dorothy Haye, Ruth Hockman, Eileen Huebner, Alice Misegades, jean Ground- water, Frances Gulick, Vivian DeLay, Janet Van Matte, Betty Mather, Fay Henderson , l .S'ecamlRo1u: Peggy Sawyer, Bett Faller, Margaret I-lance, Patricia Killoran, Roberta Watson, Betty Felts, Rosemary Holleb, Alice Hildebrandt, jean Love, Charlene Schmolt, Carolyn Syehertz, Leah Grodinsky, Marilyn Fink . I . ' Bolton: Row: Roberta Webb, Jean Ray, Vir inia Scott, Rosella Thomas, Marjorie Hoover, Joan Williams, Bernice Nyhuis, Margaret Mackie, Evelyn Milcezny, Charlotte Drakeford, Alma Powell, Agatha Schmidt, Virginia Davies, Dorothy Wood BU EY HALL Top Row: Mary Grylls, Ruth Day, Kathryn Davidson, Ann Potter, Priscilla Potter, Elizabeth Taylor, Barbara Annegers, Dorothy Stockdale, Mildred McPhee, Ph llis Shaw, Estelle Long, Winifred Jennings, Phyllis Oxley, ,Ioan Frintz, Elizabeth Staiger 'Third lliow: Alice Grisham, jean Sullivan, Doris Gunter, Dolores Greer, Ruth Green, Sarah Green, Caryl Thorkelson, Ruth Veile, Harriet Staley, Ruth Streid, Betty Foss, Helen Hawthorne, Doris Kessler, Carolyn Kreiling, Ann Hartshorn Serena' Row: Arclis Corp, Betty Borchert, Roberta johnson, Billee Hill, Marilyn Rascher, Marilyn Klewitz, Lois Lesser, Mrs. Bireline, Mynne Schmidt, Ger- aldine Sutzer, Catherine Sullivan, Jean Armentrout, Marguerite Hoffman, Elizabeth Wheeler, Virginia Wilson Bottom Raw: Merle Schwartz, Shirley Hood, Corinne Billian, Charlene Eisenberg, Ruth Levin, Anne Hines, Ruth Macabee, Wilna Davis, Gloria Borregard, Martha Thompson, Ann Henderson, Marion Kurz, Louise Stantield, Mary Stover, Winifred Moehle, Rose Strunges 31 With the opening of the fall semester Evans Hall resumed its proper position as one of the official Women's Residence Halls. Once again the halls echoed to the sound of feminine voices and the rooms took on the more delicate airs associated with the members of the fairer sex. On the evening of October twenty-fourth in a quiet, impressive candle-light cere- mony the officers of the hall were installed. These were Esther Morley, president, Maggie Sloan, vice- president, Charlotte Robertson, secretary, and Louise Kremens, treasurer. The reorganization presented no small problem to the girls, but they managed to overcome all obstacles with remarkable alacrity. The new year was a busy one filled with house activities such as open-houses, W.G.S. teas, faculty teas, carol- ing, after-hours parties, and one of the loveliest formal dances of the season, the Ice Blue Ball. lil HALL 1115 llfert Nevada Street Activities were not by any means restricted to the Hall and the girls found time to participate in Red Cross, Gray Ladies, Y.W.C.A. Qsecond place in the Doll Showj, USO, Illini Union, Illia, Daily Illini, Theatre Guild, WILL, University Chorus, All-Uni- versity Convocation Lectures, and numerous other University activities. They boast of two, members of the Senate in the persons of Bobbie Crawford, and Pat Murphy, and of the secretary-treasurer of the sophomore class, Mary Lou Rohling. Evans hasnlt been lax in the realm of scholastic achievement and can point with pride to its members of Alpha Lambda Delta and especially to Bernice Ranz, Phi Beta Kappa. The year has been an exciting one for the residents. They have had a splendid tradition to uphold and have given their best to the task. Tap Row: Eleonore Levy, Beryl Lichtenstein, Ruthe Hueftle, Frances Phillips, Camille Placzek, Carolyn Rausch, Helen Evans, Ada Gemeny, Eleanor Balsley, Maxine WQIH, Leona Brahin, Dorothy Berkey, Jean Dilley, Judith Van Dyke, Elaine Reed, Carol Kraatz I ' , Middle Raw: Phyllis Johnson, Alvena Elledge, Norma Podeschi, Marilyn Martin, Mary Rohling, Roselle Bogolub, Marlorie Applebaum, Jessie Ekenberg, Ruth Heilbronner, Marjorie Ballinger, Jeanne Schroeder, Patricia Murphy, Dorothy Carlyon, Grace Szosz, Vera Mutzbauer Bottom Row: Marie Walsli, Barbara Crawford, Shirlyn Bold, Rena Kahn, Esther Schulman, Celeste Mxshkin, Charlotte Mueller, Janet Parett, Eleanor Claus. Evelyn Everhart, Gertrude Elkin, Estelle Kasten, Bettie Sinadinos, Madge Berkey 32 l Tap Row: Billie Chrysler, Obuintella King, Dorothy Burton, Verlee Billings, Ruby' Reynolds, Clara Olson, Patricia Combs, Jean Schuder, June Herman, Leila Rehbein, Marilyn Green erg, Phyllis Landerman, Carol Tourtellott, Betty rudgen, Delores Donahue Third Row: Donna Hanneken, Cecile Voigt, LaVene Wolf, Dorothy Petrunich, Mary Clark, Joyce Tokman, Jane Nelson, Kathleen Boos, Mabel Val Dez, Joyce Perbix, Olive Borland, Ruthe Cash, Irene Bernsten, Patricia Baer Serum! Row: Muriel Lennertz, Mary Przypyszny, Helen Di Julio, Bertha Wood, Nancy Classen, Ruth Medendorp, Roberta Wing, Renee Maruszczak, Denalee Benson, Lucie Chalmers, Eugenia Berman, Norma Brown, Helen Finlley h l D - Ballam Raw: Betty Mickey, Miriam Sacks, Janice Greenberg, Charlotte ewlin, Barbara Miller, Patricia Six, Marjorie McAllister, Marilyn Swanson, Patricia Spaulding, Carol Nelson, Dolores Ziegler, Helen Rennaker, Nancy Cosby EVA HALL Tap Row: Joan Boriske, Velma Crawford, Muriel Smith, Jessie Christiansen, Ann Lindner, Lauretta Schultz, Vyvian Catz, Marjory Morley, Elaine Taube man, Sally McKeown, Mary Firszt, Marilyn Fossland, Margaret Bremer, Elizabeth Syrcle, Laurel Osborn, Joan Carmell Third Row: Anna Osborn, Pearl Schilif, Annette Shapiro, Helen Williams, Nancy Armstrong, Stella Flood, Dorothy Ellis, Donna Benbow, Ruth Miller, Mary Newburn, Janis Adsit, Frances'Morris, Mary Jensen, Mildred Winklenxan, Sybil Weaver, Alice Baranowski, Greta Carlsen Semnr! Raw: Betty Schiermeyer, Marian Bucle, Dale Schutz, Bernice Ranz, Audrey Bernard, Marian Lumpkin, Esther Morley, Margaret Sloan, Charlotte Robertson, Louise Kremens, Lucille Nobler, Adele Netter Bollam Row: Jean Ammons, Dolores Barchick, Helen Week, Cerna Block, Dolores Desch, Marjorie Brown, Barbara Dickinson, Virginia Milton 33 QR' L -,. IT ,. Lawyers, doctors, fashion-editors, business execu- tives, and opera stars will be Bethany alumnae in ten years! At least those are the goals of the girls in 1945. Bethany was well represented in campus activities. There were girls in the Union, Theatre Guild, the Y.W.C.A., University chorus, Home Economics Club, llll'PHAi Y 1008 Wert N etvadn Street and many honoraries. Every freshman girl is urged to go all-out for activities, so that she may get well acquainted with the campus during her first year. The girls still had time for the Doll Show, Home- coming decorations, dances, and parties. Ten years from now, the Bethany alums will have many good times to recall. Top Row: Eunice Breneman, Dorothy Corson, Ruth Lyon, Ruby Olson, Dorothy Kelley, Edna Patton, Betsy Kennedy, Doris Klinefelter Second Row: jean Curtis, Beverly Haferman, Lucy Parish, Mary Anderson, Ruby Kietzmann, Kathryn Emhecker, Constance Nelson, Betty.Taylor Botlam Row: Annabelle Elliott, Ruth I-laferman, Gertrude Allard, Dorothy Dorch, Mary Royer, Doris Robinson, Dorothy Large, Gloria Mrchc 34 llllil DEI HALL 505 East Cbzilwzers Street The house on the corner of Fifth and Chalmers . . fifty girls . . . memories never to be forgotten . . . that super dance of December 7th, snowball fights on the lawn, candlelit dress dinners, our Eve graduating seniors, Charky Aaron, Harriet Cole, Esther Nathan, Dorothy Sachsel, and Gerry Spitz pleading for senior- ity rights, our romantic Spring Formal, the rebellious freshman walk-out, the five-pound boxes of candy V shared at pinnings and engagements, the excitement of long-distance telephone calls and our men coming back. Our thanks to Dorothy Sachsel, president, Myrna Eisenberg, Charlotte Wenig, and Bernice Mor- ganstein, our other oflicers, who were responsible for those terrific social affairs, to Judi Baskin for our new songs . . . THANKS Fon THE NIENIORIES. Tap Row: Janet Levy, Diane Hal erin, Phyllis Panijel, Judith Baskin, Elaine Weisman, Charlotte Cushman, Eleanor Perelgut, Beverly Stone, Charlotte Aaron, June Sherman, Phyllis Iderstein, Jean Bober Third Raw: Lila Patner, Shirlee Tieger, Shirley Siegel, Mildred Aidem, Charlotte Sher, Rita Kurtz, Elaine Levinson, Merilyn Rosenfeld, Bernice Laffer, Renee Meyers, Mary Goldber , Roselee Ross, Miriam Bahcall Setond Raw: Mildred Spiegel,.Piyllis Spiegel, Doris Stone, Beatrice Kohn, Charlotte Wenig, Bernice Morgenstein, Dorothy Sachsel, Myrna Eisenberg, Ellen Cohen, Geraldine Spitz, Lois Kahn, Pauline Rosenthal Bottom Raul: Esther Natham, Marcia Sharfman, Helen Lurie, Idele Wasserman, Harriet Cole, Shirley Smith, Marilyn Stern, Shirley Gordon, Jacqueline Jaffe, Joan Grossman 35 '-we if Of the thirty-one girls living at Brentwood Manor this year, ten are freshmen and twenty-one are upper, classmen. Mary Mayhew is president, Lucille Nelson, vice- president, Elaine Wyckoff, secretary, Nina Lou Huff- aker, treasurer, Alaine Pabich, freshman advisor, and Barbara Hackett, social chairman. The house is well represented in VV.G.S., VV.A.A.. BRE TWIHID MA llli 705' 5011211 Mathews Street Y.W.C.A., the Daily Illini, Illini Theatre Guild. and Illini Union activities. Though extra-curricular activities are important to the girls, still more important to them is a high schol- astic standing. With these attributes and with Mrs. Charity E. Pid- cock as housemother, Brentwood Manor is sure to succeed. Top Raw: Norma Tedford, Rosemary Gleeson, Mary Mayhew, Marie Marek Third Raw: Ann Zimmerly, jean Davis, Elaine WyckoH, Marion Hediger, Lois Stern, Nina Huffaker 4 . A Second Row: Jeanne Finley, Barbara Hackett, Virginia Metzger, Emily Hensel, Lucille Nelson, Alaine Pabich, Elizabeth Johnson, Shirley Wrxglxt, Rita Stiles June Bangert Batmm Raw: Marjorie Fittro, Bernice Bussman, Lucille Wasmer, Barbara Hartzell, Marcia Deitrick, Norma Mack, Elaine Marozick, jean Shaw, Patricia Ellis, Patricia Chaplin, Mary Condit ll Glill HALL 301 East Arrnory Aeelzrze Cagle I-lall, located in the former Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house, appeared on campus this year with sixty-eight members. The girls who ivere elected as ofiicers for the new group were Jeanne Kofoed, presi- dent, Mary Rose Belland, vice-president, Margaret Fristoe, secretary, Sandy Albertson, treasurer, jean Homm, social chairman, Ruth Boggs, historian, and Charlotte McKinney, W.A.A. Representative. ,alexa E it Barbara Christy, Ruth Green, jo Ann Reed, and Barbara Shade achieved membership in Terrapin, and jo Ann Reed won admittance to Orchesis. Dolores Timm served as chairman of the i7.XfV.C.A. Doll Show. A I-Iallowe'en party commenced social activities at Cagle Hall and was succeeded with an autumn hay ride and a Christmas formal. :Q l . ,N , , ' 4 Top Rauf: Carol Reid, Ruth Green, Alice Apoyan, D0rothly1Kallio, Barbara Shade, Jeanne Kofoed, gjiydia Holmes, Jacqueline Vertrees, Dorothy Lax, Alice Mnrtz, Mary Lott, jane Meek, Gloria DeVore, Jeanne, umm, Lila Wfinterholf, Betty Blomquist, ary Belland, Gloria Barbre, Loretta Kientzle Third Row: Phyllis Shimkus, Alma Irion, Charlotte McKinney, Mae Adelberg. Dolores Timm, Darlene Daggett, jean Winters, june Buffo, Marilyn Francis, Igiiarillynk Pliaum, Marilyn Diehl, Millicent Simoncls, Evelyn Ekard, Elinor Schoback, jachueline Dolby, Mary Tjaden, Marilyn Welch, Peggy Ross, Norma era os e Scrond Row: Bernice Welicka, Rita Arnold, Harriet Lind, Bette Baran, jane Till, Eleanor Jagodzinski, Gloria Brodarick, Eleanore Shatkowski, Olive Bateman, Beverly Solliclay, Natalie Kandelman, Marilyn Campbell, jean Connorton, Pearle Tubias, Annabel jones, Hilda Pugh Boflovz Rauf: Marjorie Wright, Ruth Reed, Florence Sandom, Carol Strub, Ruth Boggs, LaVeryl Frerichs, Barbara Christy, Lois Albertson, jo Markee, Dolores Diehl, Margaret Fristoe, Jane Foster i I S i The Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity House, in its sec- ond successful year of feminine inhabitation, is known as Chandler Hall. Behind the ruflled curtains and gay chintz, live an active group of college women whose interests range from bridge and ping pong to the more intellectual pursuits of chemistry and account- ancy. Heading the roster of oH'icers is Adele Winkley, president. Assisting her in the government of the house are Midge lVestaby, vice-presidentg Shirley swa- X 'I U 'rx f- rr , 2.1 W 'W CHA IILER HALL 106 East Daniel Street Gray, secretaryg Nancy Blakemore, freshman advisorg Janet Auer, treasurer and Gloria Hudson, social chairman. Activities planned in the social Held were a fall sweater dance and a Christmas formal+with an eye towards more to come. Aside from scholastic and social participation, the girls are active in campus functions, such as The Daily Illini, The Illia, Illini Theatre Guild, Orchesis and The University Concert Band. Z' Tap Row: Jean Friess, Carol Laegeler, Margery Scarduzio, Eliza Fairfield, janet Auer, Rebecca Sargent, Marjorie Westaby Third Rauf: Eleanor Scholes, Marjolaineiliernhardt, Gloria Hudson, Helen Reeder, Virginia Fuller, Jeanne Ruzek Seward Row: Frances Clements, Barbara Anderson, Virginia Soklik, Shirley Gray, Nancy Evans, Martha Jones, Nancy Blakemore Bottom Row: Angela XVinkley, Marian Handlin, Margaret Hauter, Mary Fletcher, Rose Sollami, Beverly Bennett X8 llllllll HALL 1110 South Second Street Devon Hall had its start this year, but it took only a short time to have a well organized house. Alice Armstrong was elected president, Ann Falknor, vice- president, and Vera Esch, secretary-treasurer. Ginger Pearl, the social chairman, got the house activities under way with a 'LHarvest Hop" on No- vember 2nd. joe Hayes' orchestra played for the winter formal, which was held on january 4th. The usual Spring formal was held in May. The majority of the forty-two girls in the house were freshmen, but entered various campus activities including Orchesis, Terrapin, and YVILL. Since the Kappa-Delta Rho's will soon be returning on campus, Devon Hall will have a short life as a women's house, but it will have had the reputation of a well organized house. Tap Row: Louanne Foisy, Ruth Mueller, Virginia Halper, iBdtty Francis, Elizabeth Prather, Virginia I.aMantia, Helen Anderson, Betty Kemp, jo Carlson, Mary Danforth Third Row: Marilyn Addis, Vera Esch, Lila Mathis, Betty Santer, Elizabeth Tukich, Mary Herlihy, Ann Berggren, Mildred Pearl, Helen Allott, Irene Van D ke, Jacqueline Loss ' Snranj Row: Anna Robertson, Rachel Ciavarella, Ruth Long, Emily Musso, LaVerne Sullivan, Dorothy Swartz, joan Hermes, Patricia Herlihy, Alice Ross, Corrine Anderson, Elaine Nussi Bottom Row: Sally Zerwekh, Lynn Olive, Colette johnson, Dorothy Zipprich, Ann Falknor 39 Although Forest Hall has been known to the rest of the University for only three years and will cease to function as an organized house for women with the close of this school year, it has established an enviable reputation for itself among the other houses on campus. During the first house meeting of the year Ruth jones was elected house president, and chosen to assist her were Ruth YVeimer, vice-president, Norma McKean, secretary, Virginia Bowton, treasurer, and Laurel Shurson, social chairman. Mrs. Beatrice Har- lan endeared herself to the girls with her kindly and sympathetic understanding in carrying out her duties as chaperon. This year the thirty-two women who reside at Forest Hall were hostesses to returning alums at Homecoming and entertained their mothers at a Flllillil HALL 809 U 'err Ijellllsrvlawliir Awelllle special Mother's Day weekend in the spring and their dads with a formal dinner in the fall. They presented a "'Tis Autumn" record dance, gave a party for children during the Yule Season, enjoyed a formal Thanksgiving Dinner, sponsored another formal din- ner and dance at Christmas time, participated in coffee-hours at the Union, and acted as hostesses at a dance for servicemen. The house at the corner of Lincoln and Pennsyl- vania and across from the forestry is a member of W.G.S., W.A.A., League of VVomen Voters, and honor council. It is represented in band, chorus, glee club, and Illini Theatre Guild. Concluding the social activities for this very active house was a senior breakfast honoring the graduating seniors. T R ': M tl D2 rm 'tadt, Rita Kain, Edith Engbrecht, Doris Steffen, Loretta Fatland, Betty Lou Blair, Lily-S-loboda, Helen Bartley . 7'Zii'1f!fZli1zu: Ellreafrior Izicaabe, Lc-ta Gill, Helen Summers, Dorothy Wcinz, Betty Herman, Loretta Skorupa, Patricia Youngblood, Evelyn Barnes, Elisabeth Springer S ' I R M a et Noonan, Ruth Weimer, Ruth .I0nes,4 Mrs. Beatrice Harlan, Laurel Shurson, Virginia Bowton, Mary Sperlakis, jean Bleu Btailiriiil Rlizliu: Eilzisier Snberg, Sylvia Vidalakis, Helene Kralnevich, Beverly Erven, Frances Thomas, Frances Kraft, Norma McKean, Nancy Carlson 390 F0 li-ll H0 202 East Green Srreef Four-I-I House is completely co-operative in every way. The girls do their own buying, menu-planning, cooking, cleaning, and financial management. Membership in Four-H House isn't just an accident either. The girls are carefully selected through inter- views, detailed applications, and recommendations from their Farm and Home Bureaus, Each girl I11LlSt have a 4-H Club record of outstanding work includ- ing high-school activities, scholarship, character, per- sonality, and leadership qualities. Girls are pledged for one year, and if they meet standards of scholar- ship, character, and leadership, they are initiated at the end of the year, becoming active members. Four-H House has many social activities during the year. Formal and informal dances, faculty teas, heart sister week, big sister week, "pin partiesw, Dad's Day Banquet, Mother's Day Weelcenti, and 10:30 class parties all add to the fun. One of the biggest events is the annual Alumni Banquet which the pledges serve during Homecoming weekend. This sounds like a full time job, but the girls find time to participate in school functions. A few of the activities represented in the house are YV.G.S. vice- president, a district chairman, sub-chairman, awards and music chairman, Home Economics Club presi- dent, and Ciiice Management chairman of the Union. They also have girls in Mortar Board, Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Chi Theta. Theatre Guild, Illini Union Board and on Star Course staff. l Top Rom: Rose Ellen Disbrow, Ann Brazier, Margaret Hampton, Jeanne Fitton, Eleanor Icenogle, Marcella Bischoff, Alice Lou Virgin, Zella Argenbi-ight, Cecil Myers, Julia Ruth Stahl. Third Row: Gwendolyn Castle, Janice Armitage, Ruth Jacques, Jean Dierkes, Rosemary Storm, Ila McDonald, Anita Turner, Norma Lee Wlritton, Esther Siemen, Marguerite Rietveld Second Row: Doris Mollet, Betsy Kindred, Julie Morgan, Mary Maushak, Jane Barrel, Mrs. Zclla Lawrence, Lillian Schrader, Merle Manchester, Dorothy Brunskill, Jane Bland Bollom Rauf: Willa Whitton, Jean Neese, Lynette Phelps, Doris Bjelland, Patricia Dowling, Lila Jean Athey, Helen Taft, Betty Johnson, Eleanor Stearnberg Noi in Pirlure: Kathryn Kimble, Joyce Miller 391 Granada Club, the largest men's independent house 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 social functions every semester such as hayrides, pic- nics, dinners, and dances. Active in politics, Granada boasts of having Joseph La Palombara, president of M.I.W.A., Bernard Goldstein, senator of the sopho- more class, and Sam King, editor of The Daily Illini, among its members. One-fourth of the house are World War II veterans 7 who, by living in this organized independent house, Gllll llllll CL ll 1004 South F mirth Street have been greatly aided in their readjustment to civilian life. Every Monday night Granada holds a house meet- ing, when, under the eyes of its able officers-Ben nard Mack, president, Don Page, vice-president, Ar- mon Brewer, secretary-treasurer3 and Joseph La Palombara, social chairman-the Granada men give vent to their opinions. Under the capable management of athletic director, Roy Pesavento, Granada Club expects to go on with its great threat in intramural activities as in the past. The house functions are an integrated and com- bined unit under the able management of Mrs. Albert Tuxhorn. Top Row: William Colburn, Martin Hogan, Arthur Ikann, Sheldon Mix, Robert Stevens, Daniel Steinberg, Frank Lind, Rex Wiederanders, Burton Young, Morton Shiner, Bernard Tauber, Bob Sprunger, Warren Robinson, Arthur Bovenkerk, Robert Powell, Philip Wlorack, XVilliam Koepsel, Kenneth Ringa, Donald DeThorn, Robert johnson, Roy Wiedemann, John Brust, Hugh Smith, Armon Brewer Third Row: Robert Preuss, Robert Squires, George Sibons, DeLloyd Stranahan, Sam King, Howard Johnson, Wlillis Elliott, Arthur Rubenstein, Howard Pele, james Doyle, Sherwin Zeid, Mitchell Kruszewski, Russel Burke, Ronald jezierski, Herbert Myerson, Kenneth Litchheld, Slavomir Hanus, Robert Toson, Albert johnson, Roy Pesavento, Sidney Hirsch, jack Allison Second Row: Fred Lueck, jimmy Georgakas, john Bell, George Kouros, Edward Parfitt, Cyril Deitcji, john Ferry, Thomas Gallanis, Alexander Kundrotas, Louis Fischer, Bernard Mack, Paul Kostyniuk, Bernard Goldstein, Sherman Klausver, Donald Page, Milton Mears, Duane XVenderoth, Bernard Snyder, Ted Levy Boltom Rauf: Thomas Cinquina, Eugene Scheckman, Eugene Kolkey, Rudolf Kaplan, Phillip Rich, Leonard Lieberman, Jerome Lipin, joseph I.aPalombara, Robert Swerman, Howard Abrams, Bernard Anderhaus, Jack Fenton, Wfarren Wille, Edward Wickersham, Ralph Rossignuolo, Robert Schreiber, Charles Moertel, Richard Leek, Lee Trachtenberg lllllflllllllll HALL 313 Eart Armory A1'6l7II6 The girls of I-Iamchar Hall got off to a very merry start in fall social affairs. The second Saturday night of the new semester featured a pajama party. After the dates had gone, all the girls in their pajamas sat in front of the fireplace and sang songs familiar to all Illini. The second social event of the season was a skirt and sweater dance for the girls and their dates. At the first housemeeting, the girls elected Loretta Rueter as president, Joyce Pinault as vice-president, Lois Sandquist as secretary, Mary Ellen Carmichael as treasurer, and Peg Montgomery as social chairman. Mrs. Ruth B. Kelley is the very gracious housemother. The girls are working in many activities on the campus including Illini Union, Daily Illini, The Illia, YNV.C.A., and the Newman Club. There are several Alpha Lambda Delta's and members of Phi Chi Theta. Peg Montgomery, one of the talented freshmen, played the part of "Audrey" in the Illini Theatre Guild play l'Three Men On a Horse." LYY, Top Raw: Constance Atkinson, jane Anderson, Madalyn Maxwell, Nancy Burns, Bert Jane Burnett, Coralie McCarty, Lois Sandquist, Olga Jurenas, Joyce Pinault, Mildred Van Hook, Estalrne Ulmer, Patricia Davis, Geraldine Kerr, Wanclla XVood Serand Row: Gayle Cooper, Helen Rueter, Ellen Knauf, Margaret Metzlet, Marjorie Buechler, lvfrs. Ruth Kelly, Loretta Rueter, Mary Ellen Carmichael, Mary Ann Tenczar, Martha Winters, Meta Marie Keller Bolfom Raw: Barbara Larsen, Susan Halcott, Joanne Lewis, Margaret Montgomery, Dorothy Swanson, Nancy Anderson, Virginia Stevens, Kaye Galvin, Carolyn johnson, Joyce Fairbank, Dwayne Dalton, Allis Dennett, Mary Louise Burnett 393 The former WVarner Hall letters on the front door of this campus home, at 1106 West Oregon in Urbana, have dissolved and are now the gold letters of Henry Hall. This is the first year of its existence, under its new name, in the VVoman's Group System. Henry Hall is comprised of a representative group of girls, twenty-Five in all, five seniors, seven juniors, seven sophomores, 'and six freshmen. New management and new hope have the girls of this hall, working in a bright illuminating spirit, to make their home a thoroughly pleasant one. There is a definite enthusiasm for co-operation and diligence HE RY ll LL 1106 Il'err Oregon Srrcer in scholarship and campus activity. The girls have planned and organized mixers for servicemen, formal dances, hay-rides, teas, dinners, and parties among themselves. There are Henry Hall girls in the Alpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Theatre Guild-Arepo, Citizens Defense Corps, Y.VV.C.A., YV.G.S., U.S.O., and Union activities. The oflicers promoting this year's activity include: president, Loraine Krbec, secretary, Evelyn Long, treasurer, Joyce Brumback, house manager, jean Moore, and social chairman, Helen Spanabel. Tap Row: jean Brock, Dorothy Olsen, Elsie Hollaway, Mary McCrory, Myra. Hollaway, Johanna Kramer Third Row: Emma Smiley, jean Moore, Joyce Brumhack, Alice Seleski, Marjorie Christensen, Kathleen Eads Second Row: Ruth Hutter, Loraine Krbec, Emily Novak, Ruth Honzak, .Betty Snyder, Barbara XV1tmer I Bottom Row: Martha Summers, Evelyn Long, Helen Spanabel, Gloria Tlritilll, lone Wlolf, Delores Rossi 394 IVY llll ill 303 Ein? CL7i'!!7llL'H' Street If you dial 3446 and find the line busy, try the other phone. And if the result is the same, blame the Uni- versity, for that's what keeps the Ivy girls so busy. XVith forty-four of them, you can be sure they are well represented on campus-everything from Illini Theatre Guild to II1i0,' Star Course to coffee hours, and Alpha Lamb to VV.A.A. Every day in every way they get better and better, IT' l tlst meaning that this year's activities far surpass the triumphs of last. Among these were Barn dances and formals, soldier parties, skits galore, interhouse volley ball, and bridge games. Of course, those heavy dates on one o'clock nights, the inevitable study hours, and pajama parties with hamburgers and cokes are never forgotten times. Top Row: jane Marcus, Shirley Pomper, Lois Levy. ludith Tuchman, Lorraine Atkins, Jeanne Fox, Arlene Trilling, Elaine Talon, Phyllis Kabakolf, Marilyn Lazorow, Tobey Chroman, Elaine Samson, Rita Elcon, Betty Burstein, Lila Neiman Second Row: Ruth Plotnick, Helyn Lubes, Coralie Sturm, Lorraine Wolper, Constance Rubin, Barbara Yavitt, Enid Fisher, Roberta Brown, Fern Ferguson, Marilyn Isler, Gail Goldsmith, Patricia Poses, Shirlei Greenschlag, Norma Appel, Ursula Goldmann Bollrml Row: Ann Yavitt, Isabelle Gan, Gloria Davis, velyn Baron, Harriet Leavitt, Elaine Lipkin, Raiza Tuchman, Mrs. Towsley, Natalie Rayman, Ger- aldine Rosset, Pearl Blackman, jane Caine 395 "La Treinta, our service always, we pledge to thee." This opening line of the La Treinta house song is lived up to by each of its thirty-three members. Or- ganized in 1941 as a girl's independent house, La Treinta has become well-known on campus. "La T." girls maintain a high scholastic average but they still find time for social activities. The Alumni Buffet Supper, the Dad's Day Banquet, fac- ulty and formal dinners, various house dances, and the Senior Breakfast are some of the social highlights LA 'l'liEl TA 706 U"c'rt Ohio Street of the year. La Treinta is a member of the W.G.S. Honor Council, a member of YV.A.A., and has distinguished itself by winning three Hrsts and one second out of four years participation in the Vlfatcheka Sing. The girls are also active in Star Course, the Illini Union, The Illia, Spanish Club, Illini Theatre Guild, and Y.W.C.A. Such honorary organizations as Torch, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Phi Beta Kappa are all represented at La Treinta. r i Top Raw: Jo Mitchell, Muriel Broadway, Marilyn Breneman, Lois Hayes, Ann McNamara, Shirley Haven, Doris Schafale, Betty Small - Q Third Row: golctte Royer, Bonnie Knutzen, Aline Gantz, Jeanne Saunders, Georgianne Christensen, Jane Marshall, Charlotte Karnbarian, Lois Bruinkool Second Row: Eleanor Howell, Billie McCray, Marie Muehrcke, Caroline Newton, Nancy Tice, Marie Boddy, ,Ioan Baldry, Marion Kilsberg, .Janice Baxter Bollom Raw: Rosemary Tornello, Patricia Peterson, Dorothy Hostettler, Glenda Stombaugh, Dorothy Gunn, Margaret Christensen, Margaret Wilson, Dorothy 396 Llllllllil Lllllllll 309 East john Street Books, plaid shirts, blue jeans, shell-rimmed glasses, bulletin boards, songfests after hours, pajama parties, and formal dances typify college life in an indepen- dent organized house. Such is what one finds at Lee- man Lodge. But, here, there is something more, that spirit that gives the words "Leeman Lodge we'll always cherish" real meaning. To prove the existence of this spirit, the girls at Leeman Lodge have become engaged in many campus activities and honorary organizations. Among the ac- tivities are Illini Theatre Guild, Illini Union com- mittees, W.G.S., Y.lfV.C.A., Daily Illini, Illio, YV.A.A., Terrapin, and various church activities. The honorary organizations represented in the f., house are Zeta Phi Eta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Torch, Arepo, Illustrators, Mask and Bauble, Sigma Alpha Iota, Psi Chi, Phi Upsilon Omicron, and Shorter Board. A new trophy has also been added to the many that adorn the fireplace at Leeman Lodge. This latest one is the award for winning the 1945 Homecoming badge sales among the independent Women's houses. No house is complete without its dances, parties, campaigns, and house meetings. For such an event to function smoothly, it is necessary to have an efficient leader. Such a leader is Marian Hinton, president. Other house officers are Norma Zimmerman, vice- president, Ruth Gale, treasurer, Kay Forbes, secre- tary, and Shirley Tomisek, social chairman. -.ff in Top Row: Jean Melzer, Mary Rizzoli, Eleanore Dowling, Ruth St. John, Arlene Grove, Marietta Hamilton, Mary Louise Culp Second Row: Mildred Cutler, Virginia Lauher, jean Young, Vivian McHatton, Royce Goforth, Corinne McCauley, Muriel Bedell, Mary Ellen Olson, Mary Ellen Tate, Mary Doris Kisner, Marguerite Beem Bottom Raw: Alice Profrock, Mary Morwoocl, Bernice Christenson, Ruth Lewis, Shirley Tomisek, Germaine Forbes, Marian Hinton, Norma Zimmerman, Mary. Elizabeth Monger, Ruth Gale, Carmen Gordley .Noi nz Plrmre: Ruth XVahlberg 39 Having one of the most beautiful locations on campus is the boast of Lowell Hall, 310 Gregory Drive. Situated only two blocks from the Broadwalk, Lowell Hall, nevertheless, has an impressive view of Memorial Stadium and the spacious grounds which surround this great university monument. The house, resembling an old English hall of the Sixteenth Century, was named after the famous poet, james Russell Lowell. Lowell Hall functions as an organized independent house, and is a member of the LVomen's Group Sys- tem. The forty-five girls of the house are members of all the leading campus activities and try to par- Lo ELL HALL 310 East Gregory Drive ticipate in all school functions. Homecoming Weekend was especially important this year, as many guests and alumnae gathered for the traditional Homecoming bulTet dinner after the game. A twelve foot Illini chief welcomed guests through the door of his tepee, which was three floors in height. The house also entered the stunt show, and placed second in the Independent LVomen Badge Sales. The banner which stretched the length of the sec- ond story windows during these Homecoming fes- tivities, typihed the friendly spirit which is the goal of Lowell Hall. VVELCONIE Home FIGHTING lLL1x1I Top Row: Mary Lou May, Shirley Ann Erickson, Elizabeth Larrance, Lois Link, Esther Hollow, Ruth Freeland, Betty Craig, Carlotta Swanson, Portia Dor- ' . 1 B N b 1 man, Mane Rmct, etty or ery . . D Third Raw: Rachel Davidson, ,lane Monahan, Virginia Carter, Norma Lowry, June Thompson, Elizabeth Gooding, Huram Turner, Corinne Kloska, Joanne Ph'll' N W'bl C' Larson, Joanne 1 ips, orma 1 e, iune .iu ay I l U U , , Serond Row: Shirley Klass, lvgargueirite Perl? ,dlmogene Fulton, Nancy Henning, Claire Chulay, Goldie Swango, Glenillen Musgrave, Shirley Criteblow, Mae lt' ' S A ' L ' Domansw, Lorraine tence , r me ys yor - - - . I - Barlow Row: Nancy Simmons, Mary Bath, Florence Wlrobel, Patricia Critchlow, Dorothy Xwayciechowskx, Nancy Worsham, Neysa Karchberg, Jean Prather, Vera Kratky, Mary Cunningham 'PHE NIA illl 410 East Green Szrcct The Mansion, which made its initial appearance as a women's independent house this year, is located at -H0 E. Green St., and is composed largely of transfer students and freshmen this year. This fall found it humming like a dynamo. The Mansion took second place in the Womenis Independent Division for Homecoming Decorations and portrayed the eager- ness, ingenuity and co-operation of its members. One also found them sharing in the honors as well as the fun in the fields of scholarship, activities and leadership. All house functions gained many compliments for their courteous and womanly conduct. Members strived to maintain this reputation. Highlighting the season's social events were the hayrides, teas, and the open house. The Mansion closed a very successful and happy year with a beautiful spring formal. In the background are the guiding hands of Mr. and Mrs. Lapham who made the Mansion a real "home" for their girls. Top Raw: Shirley Goodman, Vacilia Castritsis, Marjory Jessen, Phyllis Rezula, Maurita Rodgers, Mary Lou Wlinandy, Donna McLean, Ethel Rogers, Lorraine Siemieniec, Adolphyne LaBahn, Stratewula Kehias, Marjorie Dunlap Serum! Row: Dawn Sillesen, Barbara Cruse, Helen Elliott, Anna Marie Gumz, Mildred Anderson, Phyllis Brandt, Elizabeth Ringstrand, Dorothy Anderson, Carol Eklund, Lorraine Zakar, Vesta Anderson, Pauline Longworth Bolfom Row: Janice Carter, Patriciaul-Ioulihan, Marilyn Markel, Dorothy French, Rosalie Smith, Martha Holloway, Katherine Teach, Geraldine Moodie, Margaret Phelps, Dorothy jawgiel, Mary jane Schwambach, Charlotte Karlson 399 MUKI LEY HALL , H - :G , .enliv- ' ,3n.1,E3 A 801 South lVriglJt Street In 1913, McKinley Hall, a dormitory which houses Senate, Star Course, Y.VV.C.A., and class offices. seventy independent girls, was built by Senator Wil- Mrs. O. O. Rice, the chaperon, and an executive liam B. McKinley, as a memorial to his mother, Han- council, aid the officers in planning the house pro- 1121l1 MCKiI1lCy- gram. The officers are: president, Anne Hoit, vice- During the last year, the girls won the W.A.A. president, Esther Little, secretary, Marion Hoppe, interhouse sports trophy, and they are working to treasurer, Carol Koepke, social chairman, Jan Crader, win it again this year. There are representatives of and activity chairman, Ruth Johnston. practically every major activity in the house-Illini The house is represented on lV.G.S. Honor Coun- Theatre Guild, W.G.S., Daily Illini, The Illio, Student cil, and is a well organized and happy group. Top Raw: Colleen Nicewandcr, Jean Hinden, Kathleen Keneipp, Cleone Sweet, Cora Walker, Lois Katy, Wanda Grimes, Patricia Stenvick, Margaret Miller, Mary Petty, Marianna Janssen, Joy Strernberg, Alice Bethe ,.Merxdcth Ball, Helen Gurkow, Eleanor Shonkwiler, Eileen Stock Mary Kruh Third Row: rances Wilmeth, Arlene Ives, Eloise Metzger, Janice Olbrich, Margaret Bannon, Jean Galek, Joyce Neubauer, Muriel Tangney, Kathryn Koontz, gxharllotte Mueller, Mary Moore, Margaret Carlsten, Dorothy Medendorp, Rut Johnston, Jane McCammon, Irene Octzel, Gratia Becker, Jean Lopin, Shirley ew art Serena' Row: Shirley McKay, Mary Bannon, Doris Baiglly, Janet Sisson, Esther Little, Marian Hoppe, Anne Holit, Jeanette Crader, Carol Koepke, Maxine Keneipp, Ernestine Maher, Lois Blimling, Annabel ahler, Ruby Lembcke, Ann Lefever, Ferne Douglass, Lois Witter Bofrom Row: Virginia Dawes, Ann Jinkins, Marilyn Edwards, Dorothy Hawver, Mary McPherson, Frances Kendrick, Virginia Cavins, Ruth Mendendorp, Mary Livingston, Gayle Neubauer, Lucy Chin, Jean Alford 400 lllllllllil 412 East Green Streer Another page, another year in the history of Medea, a year filled with the excitement of campus life, crammed with the bustling enterprise, and rich in memories for each of the girls who has found in Medea her "home away from home." U House activities began early in the fall with the Koifee Klautsches after the football games, pajama parties, open-house programs, hay-rides, dances, and various other memorable occasions. The girls also par- ticipated in the W.G.S. Stunt Show, the Y .W.C.A. Doll Show, and W.A.A. activities in addition to act- ing as hostesses at Union Coffee Hours, faculty and student teas, and a formal house dance. Among the high-lights of the social calendar were Homecoming Festivities, Mother's and Dad's Days, the annual Medea party for orphans, and the Senior Breakfast. Social life and gaiety ran high at Medea, but not without the parallel of hard Work. Seminar, library nights, and study hours counter-balanced the good times and maintained the spirit of learning. Thus, social life, education, friendship, hospitality, and co- operation joined hand in hand in the writing of another page of Medea's cherished memory-book. Top Row: Charlotte janiec, Mariella Aikman, Beverly Metcalf, Twylah Havens, Virginia Rock, Lorraine Schackenback, Marianne Spencer, Daphine Stav- roulakis Third Row: Grace King, Elaine Cervenka, LaVerne Bloomberg, Alice Broome, Betty jane Dyer, Sylvia Wfacker, Phyllis Sl'l3I'fS, Elaine Georgeff Second Raw: Lois Ross, Wfanda Wieza, Mary Albright, june Baum, Elizabeth Evans, Dorothy Ho ston, Mattie Choice, Ethlyn Taylor, Aratula Vedalakis Bottom Row: Norma Clark, Maxine Stavroulakis, Rosemary Gage, Barbara Howard, Hazel Allen, Dorothy Fergrieve, Dolores Capoun, Shirley Esenther 401 Menomee Manor was a newly organized house this year. Its officers were: president, Dorothy Ruth, vice- president, Evelyn Mandog secretary, Alice Dowling, treasurer, Virginia Tomasian, social co-chairmen, Shir- ley Peters and Sylvia Sitavich, and freshmen adviser, Mary jane Ritchie. Mrs. Fitzgerald was the paragon among housemothers, who watched over the fifty- three members. Represented in Menomee Manor are Alpha Lambda lllll lllllllll MA llli 313 East 101112 Street Delta, Iota Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Phi Chi Theta, Accountancy Club, Y .W.C.A., junior League of WVomen Voters, W.A.A., and the Sophomore Indee Party. Social events of the year included several informal dances, a Mid-Winter Formal, exchange dinners, teas, a sleigh-ride, Dad's Day Dinner, and entries in the annual Doll Show and VV.G.S. Stunt Show. Top Row: Anna Mae Glovetski, Delphine Baldwin, Evelyn Jackowski, Mary Lee Nicholson, Patricia Harrington, Jean Vander Veen, Kay Norbet, Helen O'Brien, Rose jemsek, Evelyn Manda, Dorothy Ruth, Barbara Bonne Third Row: Gladys Quinty, Jean Carmody, Caryl Morse, LaVerne Krukas, Sylvia Sitavich, Keating Murphy, Ruth Hennemeyer, Dolores Siekierski, Rose Marie Gross, Shirley Peters, Barbara Holland, Louise Dudalc, Lila Andersen Serand Raw: Mollyann Gaudietz, Betty jo McCully, juhne Bozynski, june Eirich, Colette Bergen, Mannetta Graves, Lois Sproat, Donna Lee Folck, Mrs. Fitz erald ihousemotherl, Virginia Tomasian, Bonnie johnson, june Vander Veen, Margaret Nebehay, Elizabeth Hartshorne '-.. Ballom iam: Mary Jane Ritchie, Bettie Mintum, Lolita Bockewitz, Patricia Duff, Adele Carmody, Patricia Gaynor, Alice Dowling, Lois Patrick, Louise Guthrie, Mariorie Schwartz, Aileen Arne ESE 1004 Som The charm of Mensen Manor lies in the spirit of the friendliness and gaiety that pervades the house. The welcome mat is always out and a wonderful time is had by all. Activities for the year began with a hayride, after which everyone came back to the house and enjoyed barbecues and hot chocolate. Mensen Manor entered the W.G.S. Stunt Show with a skit entitled, "ln This Our Life". Other activities included a Christmas for- mal, teas, exchange dinners, and informal dances. MA llll b Second Street Members of the house are represented in such organizations as Alpha Lambda Delta, Terrapin, Illini Theatre Guild, and the University Band. The ofiicers of the house are: Catherine McGinnis, president, Betty I-lerath, vice-presidentg Ruth Christiensen, secretary, and Lynn Kobel, treasurer. Mensen Manor is proud of the fact that it has suc- ceeded in becoming well-known on campus, although it has been organized only a short time. i Top Row: Maurine Fustafson, Jacquelin Landenberger, Mary Gotti, Vivian Filipeck, Betty Guardia, XVinifred Gazda, Marilyn Kobel, Shirlee Herbst, -Ioan Clayessens, Ada Loveless Third Row: Betty Zimmerman, Patricia Callery, Shirley Bollinger, Ruth Christiensen, Catherine McGinnis, Virginia Petchul, Dorothy Kobel, Deborah Deylitz, Lois Leek Helen Kluiber Serum! Raw: ,Alice Burke, Beryl Bonner, Ruth Manak, Frine,Marzano, Marion McMillan, Bernadine Hinton, Betty Herath, Doris Schaacl, Carolyn Rudorf, Doris Parker Bottom Row: Sonja Salonen, Elizabeth Gaebe, Ethel Romppainen, Mary Miller, Evelyn Olson, joy Covey, Kathryn McMillan, Ramona Lubejko, Jeanne Postlewaite, I.aVerne jaros 403 1' This is Noam Hall's second and last year as an inde- pendent house, and the girls are making the most of it. Their biggest affair was a social which was centered around the theme "Matriphony'l. Gold wedding rings were given to the escorts and refreshments were those of a wedding reception-cake' and all. President of the house, Natalee Burstein, is inter- ested in radio, as are Sunny Karlin and Evie Millman. Social chairman, Lee Sessler, had the help of artists Cynthia Guiderman and Sarah Rabinowitz in dec- orating the house for its various affairs. journ. major Judy Gottlieb is scholarship chairman and freshman 011 HALL 308 East A1'111o1'y Awemre advisor. Mary Lou Sherris, secretary, keeps in form by writing poetry. C0-treasurers Meryl Miller and Debbie Koppel keep the house on the profit side of the ledger. An outstanding innovation which Noam Hall brought to campus was its open house. The affair was informal, and the music was by an eleven piece band. Dancing took place in the basement recreation room which the girls painted and decorated themselves. All in all, Noam Hall will be sorry to close its doors on a very happy year at Illinois. 3, ,a-11 Tap Row: Beatrice Bolotin, Sylvia Zasser, Shirley Rabinowitz, Sarah Rabinowitz, Adeline Edelman, Phyllis Smith, Florence Erlich, Adriene Schwartz, Peggy Kauffman Cynthia Geiderman Third Raw: ,Eva Taubman, Lorraine Krasno, Lenore Sessler, Deborah Koppel, Marilyn Sherris, Mrs. Glenn Fisher, Natalee Burstein, Meryl Miller, Judith Gottlieb Miriam Friedman Elaine Cohen Second R01L'j' Barbara Lewis, Esta Chavin, Barbara Millman, Sally Levy, Lillian Helfand, Marva Kravite, Joan Sapowitch, Sally Schweitzer, Evelyn Millman, Naomi Jacobson Barium Row: Mary Kushner, Sherry Touii, Helene Katzen, Devy Franklin, Claire Cassman, Shirley Wolf, Sonya Karlen, Valetta Press, Norma Press, Dorothy Wfeisman Plill llY'l'Elillll HALL 405 East john Street Presbyterian Hall, better known as "Presby", was founded in 1927, and has been known from its begin- ning as a well-organized house with active partici- pants in many campus activities. The house is directed by a house council whose members are the house officers: Thelma Bullard, Paulita North, Barbara Anderson, Georgann Logsdon, and jane Cooke. The girls in the house are in such activities as Daily Illini, Illini Union, Illini Theatre Guild, McKinley Foundation, W.G.S., and lfV.A.A. They are mem- bers, too, of Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Iota, Theta Sigma Phi, and Illustrators. Social functions, in addition to studies and activi- ties, are a part of life at Presby. The year is high- lighted by the annual Christmas and Spring formals and the traditional Senior Breakfast to honor the year-'s graduates. Top Rauf: Dorothy Lanham, Norma Johnston, Pegiy O'Neil, Anne Burster, Phyllis Smith, Norma Wallis, Betty Keeran, Anita Goby, Louise Rice, Caroline Rochow, julia Rochow, Phyllis Rohde, Mar acDonald, Mary Potts, Agnes Shaw, Katherine Morgan Scranri Row: Marion Hutchins, Virginia Baker, Klavoureen Brauman, Helen Moyers, Elizabeth Turner, Doris Sewell, Susan Robinson, jean Lamkey, Nancy Gray, Patricia Connoll , Helen Bowditch, Mildred Young, Helen Newby, Margaret Taylor, Marion A new, Eleanor Kennedy, Jean I-Iensold Bolrom Row: Phyllis Rieciizsel, Betty Reeder, jean Creighton, Lois Zornig, Georgann Logsdon, Barbara Amferson, Thelma Bullard, Mildred Lindsay, Paulita North, Jane Cooke, Carolyn Wli dman, Eleanor Moore, Patricia Towers, Ruth Rahde 405 The story of Sager House begins in 1931, when seventeen girls moved into a house at 504 East john Street, under the supervision of Mrs. Leslie W. Sager. In 1932, the house was oflicially organized as Sager House and became a member of W.G.S. In that year the custom of informal Friday afternoon teas, one of the best-loved traditions was established. In 1938, Mrs. Sager moved to 307 East john Street, the present home. Social life flourishes at Sager House. Each fall we look forward to the animal Harvest Party which is held on the Sunday preceding Thanksgiving. Autumn leaves and Howers furnish the decoration, while pumpkin pie, coffee, apples, and toasted marshmallows provide refreshment. In the spring, Sager House Alums return to the campus for a reunion and present a cup from the Sager House Alumnae Association to the outstanding freshman in the house. These events illlllll llll ll 307 East 101711 Street are supplemented by freshman initiation, pajama par- ties, heart sister week, formal and informal dances, and a senior breakfast. A glance at the mantel, laden with cups and tro- phies, reveals that Sager House has always been active in campus activities, while the plaques show that Sager House girls have always won individual recog- nition for activities and scholarship. This year we have outstanding girls in the Illini Union, W.G.S., VV.A.A., Daily Illini, Student Senate, Y.W.C.A., Star Course, and the Illio. We have members of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Illustra- tors, Alpha Sigma Nu, Iota Sigma Pi, Shorter Board, and Torch. Scholarship, service, and fun are the objectives of the Sager House girls, and we are proud of the place our house holds on campus. Top Row: Marian O'Brien, jane Cover, Marian Perkins, Betty Winslow, Mary Lou Coale, Monna Scott, Phyllis Wliite, Virginia Orahood, Roberta Pritchard, jennette Jacobs Second Row: Lois Berger, Patricia Beavers, Mariorie Fairbanks, Irene Krull, Mary Ann Tharp, Marie Ostrum, Evelyn Baird, Carolyn Steel, Carol Swanson, Elizabeth Heeschen Elaine. Chinn Ballom Row: Patricia tasey, Peggy Bard, Betty Tate, Mary Barthelg Pal Zogg, Joyce Yarnell, Lora Mae Grifliih, ROSCIHHFY Ralm. WYHOHH Noufle. Dorothy Janssen, Carol Lott , 1004 Ufest N ewda Street Nineteen hundred and forty-five marks Shawnee's Illini Theater Guild, Daily Illini, Torch, S.A.l., Sigma seventh year on campus. Since seven is considered a Delta Pi, Honors Day, and XV.A.A. During recent lucky number, one may expect to hear a great deal campus political campaigns, several Shawnee names about its members this year. appeared on the ballots. Shawnee ranks high in scholastic achievement, as The house's social calendar included such events well as in extra-curricular activities. This year, as as exchange dinners, two formal dances, open house, usual, Shawnee is well represented among the mem- picnics, and Friday afternoon informal teas. bers of the VV.G.S., Illini Union activities, Y.VV.C.A., l i L . ,,,, 7 Top Row: Marjorie Stewart, Kathleen Branigan, Mary Meagher, Marjorie Dclireitas, Abbie Olson, Roberta Emand, Nancy Bruce, Eilcene Daehler, Dorothy Wood, Ruth Edson, Martha Prchon A A . Secunia! Row: Anna Sentel, Doris Taylor, Shirley Parks, Dorothy Mattes, Joyce Lmdblom, Virginia Luft, Shirlee McAdams, Marye Skelly, Margaret Weldon, Jeanette Petersen, joan Tellkamp, Gloria Mechling - n 1 Bollofn Row: Georgia Reeder, Maxine Evans, Phyllis Wyckoff, Loreta Macklin, Lillian Lee, jean Otto, Catherine Palecek, Margaret Johnson, Louise Humphrey, Barbara Besenfelder 40 Stonehaven, making its debut into W.G.S. in 1944, proved itself to be one of the most active inde- pendent houses on campus. The fall semester of 1945 began with a rush of pajama parties, a faculty dinner, and the Campus Social Forum. An informal dance was followed by a Christmas formal. Its social ability was equalled by its intellectual T0 EHAVEN 1011 South Sixtb Street capacity with Marilyn Zimny, Adeline Rogers, and Virginia GeLaz, members of Alpha Lambda Delta. The oflicers were Betty Parrott, president, Betty Ovresat, vice-president, Adeline Rogers, secretary, Margaret MacLaren, treasurer, and Pat GeLaz, social chairman, not only in Stonehaven, but also in Terrapin. ,-9 V .' i Top Row: Patricia GeLaz, May Mahan, Margaret Rogers, Roberta Bobsin, Marilyn Zimny, Madeleine Garrison, Lois Newberry, Margaret MacLaren, Elizaa beth Ovresat Third Row: Kathryn Mau, Patricia Collins, Janet Herrmann, jcnice Lupien, Cordelia Conrad, Shirley Mraz, Dorothy Finger, Solveg Boheim, Rose Mary Navadomskis Second Row: Nita Hamilton, Eloise Meyer, Virginia GeI,az, Wanda Rich, Caryl Gramer, Mavis Westgor, Dorothy Seegniller, Mary Anderson Bntmm Raw: Betty Parrott, Henrietta Horn, Roma Hartman, julie Fisher, Dorothy Jankusky, Jeanne Ehrhardt, Georgia ilson 40 TIIll'l'F0llll H0 S 312 East Daniel Street Ten years ago, Stratford House was organized for independent women at the University of Illinois. Since that time, Stratford girls have proved their worth as true Illini by building up a long record of activities and scholarship. They have always been active in the Illini Theater Guild, The Daily Illini, the stunt shows and Home- coming, beside their regular house activities. Strat- ford girls have been selected for membership by Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, and Alpha Lambda Delta. With such a record of ten years of campus achieve- ment, the girls of Stratford intend to go on to even bigger and better things to build traditions for the Stratford girls of the future. The ofhcers for this year include Joanne Geartts, president, Doreen Warman, vice-president, Eleanor Hallowell, secretary, Dolores Leppla, treasurer, and Jane McConnell, social chairman. Top Row: Jane McConnell, Hermina Perisich, Jerol Miessler, Eleanor Hallowell, Virginia Andrews, Dorothy Fink, Jeanne Becker, Patricia Burns Thin! Row: Dolores Le pla, Leona Amacher, Lee Svec, Dorothy Taylor, Lucille Serepinas, Norma Anderson, Lois Lundegard Second Raw: Betty Wfiljkinson, Norma Bielawski, Georgette Weiss, Joanne Geartrs, Doreen Warman, Corinne Wlilliams, Mildred Noble, Jacqueline Murphy Bottom Row: Priscilla Applegate, Fern Farr, Violet Darchun, Kathryn Trebellas, Phyllis Jones, Rose Brower 409 The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity house, with its paneled windows, spacious living room, and over- hanging balcony, seemed so typically English, that it was given the name "Trelawney". Socially speaking, we are quite alert. In late Oc- tober, a- scavenger hunt and mixer dance was enjoyed by the girls and their dates, and in December at the Christmas Formal, all danced to the music of Mendel Riley in the Illini Union. House officers are Miriam Albrecht, president, Marge Halpin, secretary and treasurer, Ann Halpin, freshman advisor, Betty Ash and joan Baker, social co- TRELAW EY 310 East john Street chairmen, and Teddy Kirk, music chairman, Trelawney is also very proud of their four mem- bers of the freshmen honorary fraternity, Alpha Lambda Delta, Malrina Bartosiewicz, Joyce Elledge, jane McClure, and Frances Wacaser. Although Trelawney from outward appearances seems peaceful, things are always buzzing within. Bull sessions, midnight snacks, and singing around the piano are daily occurrences. The very pleasant house- mother, Mrs. Cross, and the friendly girls help make Trelawney a home on campus. Tap Row: Betty Tannahill, Norma Hilsabeck, Teresa Schumann, Ellen Hansen, Delores Klein, Ellen Lauder, Betty Ash, Lois Todd, Alice Deakun, Isabel Stevenson Third Row: Marilla Logan, Pauline Philippi, jean Wade, Margaret Halpin, Elizabeth Bonnes, Frances XVacaser, Kathleen Doig, Norma Dice, Frances Plagge, Doris Shirreffs Serond Row: Margaret Bonnes, Alice Johnson, Johan Donald, Ellen Kirk, Thelma Rhodes, Peggy Welsh, jane McClure, Anna Halpin, joan Baker, Janice Brown Barlow Row: Malvina Bartosiewicz, Marie Pankoke, Joyce Elledge, Dolores Bodz, Claire Halpin, Beryl Kuhn, Rita Kowalski, Miriam Albrecht, Edith Munns 410 WEL ll H0 ill 1005 lVext Neiwda Street VVelsh House was organized in 1936, and through the years has built up high standards in activities, scholarship, leadership, and Sisterhood. This year it has three Mortar Board members, two to Shorter Board, a member of the Illini Union Board, President and menibers of Student Senate, Senior Managers of Theatre Guild, President of W.G.S., and members of Y.VV.C.A., Illini Union Committees, Theatre Guild. Daily Illini, University Chorus, Womenls Glee Club, Arepo, Mask and Bauble, Accountancy Club, and Home Economics Club. As for scholarship, Welsh House is represented in Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Lambda, Phi Chi Theta, Sigma Alpha Iota, and Phi Upsilon Omicron. The year started off with a house spread, while dances and other activities have been planned. 4,79 Tuff Row: Barbara Heinz, Catherine Leone, june Estes, Marion Fillingham, Gilda Hascmeyer, jane Bonker, Doris Dupfan, Frances Baker, Rita Oldham Third Row: Joyce Adams, Shirley Braun, Martha Baker, Maxine Westberg, Shirley Cole, Margaret Stewart, Jane Wo f, jean Williamson Srmud Row: Maxine McGinnis, LaVeme Jackson, Charlene Gates, Wfinxtred Crookston, Mary Lambert, Nancy Girhard, Dorothy Galbreath, Mareta Christ, Betty Stubbleheld Barlow Row: Mary Kraft, Janice Skelton, Betty Andrews, Louise Krebs, Neva Hudson, Shirley Stremmel, Mary Day 411 Ili VVenatchee came to life on this campus on Sep- tember, 1940, with a membership of twenty-four. The following year, Wenatchee moved to 805 West Pennsylvania Avenue, the site it still occupies. The organization was founded for the purpose of providing a high standard of living for independent men students on the Illinois campus. It was organized on a co-op basis, the work of maintenance being handled entirely by the members. Because of having been provided with proper study conditions, moral surroundings, and a competent housemother, Wen- atchee was granted a charter by the University in WE ATCHEE H0 ll 805 IVesz Pevzvzsylwmin Atfemre 1942, designating it as being an approved co-operative house, Wenatchee offers its members a fraternal at- mosphere along with a democratic form of govern- ment. The housemother, Mrs. Florence Godfrey, and the following house officers: XIVCS Peterson, president, hfV2j'11C Ziegelmiller, vice-president, Dick jones, secre- tary, Bob jarrall, treasurer, Len McClish, work-man- ager, Bob Chenalloy, commissary, Frank Williams, social chairman, with the eo-operation of all its thirty- six members have made Wenatchee one of the better men's independent houses on campus. Top Row: George Stubhleneld, Warren Ross, James Garner, Norton Parks, John Cary, Randall Beasley, james Mohan, Leonard McClish, XVayne Ziegel- 'll,E1T ,Dl'L' ,, , .. Seraxil 13iz1u.'arjamgVeIllondiig.'i?1, lhriilzert Jarrell, Paul Fenoglio, Edwin Kamps, Wfilliam XVylam, Vance Wilson, George Lawrence, Frank Williams, Robert Cl ll , R' h cl T tt , Charles Jones b , . . Bollonfelflzizxil Miioihr Reyiibldls, Charles Browning, Clyde Anderson, Robert Davlm, John Appen, Florence Godfrey, Myron Browning, jack Schneider, Paul Weese, Richard Lindholm, Louis Ruffolo, Vincent D1Gxulio WEATHERLY HALL VVeatherly I-lall, newly organized house of 26 Alpha Lambda Delta. Tall girls, short girls, pretty girls, has enjoyed activities oflfered by the Univer- girls, gay girls, and bright girls! Any kindto please, sity of Illinois, despite the fact that most of the girls but don't forget all their hearts belong to the Hall's are new on campus. mascot, little Jimmy Weatherly and Poochie, his pup. In this house of variety are Mina's art, Mary john's The inspiring leadership of our officers, Doris Mc- writing, Janice's corner, and the air-mindedness of Lane, Dorothy Cooney, Gerry Bowers, and Frankie Gerry, Eloise, and Kay. VVe are proud of Lillian F riz- Bird, has laid the foundation on which Weatherly Zell, who is a member of the freshman honorary, Hall will build year after year. Top Raw: Leavitta Brewer, Beulah Kimber, Rosemary Delheimer, Janice Kuhns, Mary Caldwell, Mary Dayiantis, Mina Woods Second Row: jacquelyn Henry, Dorothy Cooney, Sheila King, Marian Gocrs, Eloise Moss, Donna Selleg Baltam Row: Doris McLane, Jana Ransdell, Jacqueline Dorn, Harriet Buchinski, Helen Baskerville, Clara Bird, Lillian Frizzell 413 WHYTE Plllillll The women at lfVl1j'fC Pillars will tell you that all Lehmann, Catherine Claeys, Audrey Weibler, and they are they owe to the "good cookin' 'l at the house. Phyllis Schwah have provided capable leadership. By working together and with Mrs. M. N. VVik- Through living at Whyte Pillars all have come to holm, housemother, always behind them, these women know and love the University and have learned how have made a success of every project they undertook to live and work as a team. this year, from Homecoming decorations to house "Old Girls", Lynn Lehmann, Betty Lipari, Isabell parties. Holmgren, Marge Barret, and jean Howerton showed President LaMoine Hasse and other oflicers, Lynn the new girls how to have fun YVhyte Pillars' way. v Top Row: june Parlett, june Baker, Betty Lipari, Lorraine Gundersen, Vergene Fehrman, Vivian Allard, Donna Wehman, Kathleen Guinney, Audrey xVElb-- ler, Catherine Clae s , , , , Third Row: Elayn Grin, Carmen Leonard, Lillian Schneider, Juliette Dienstfriend, Dolores Rix, Elaine Hudak, Delorys Okerson, Camille Pacelli, Jeanne Tohtz, Mary Somers I , , . . Secand Rom: Margaret Barrett, Isabell Holmgren, Phyllis Schwab, Helen Lehmann, LaMoine Hasse, Shirley Suehr, Jean Hovrerton, Marie Brader, Marjorie Lidman, Mary Broster n , Boflom Row: Glenna Griffith, Katherine Felt, Shirley Campbell, Dorothy Samuelson, Marie Wfhxte 414 WI ll 011 HALL 1108 South First Srrevr More than half the girls of the newly-organized VV'indsor Hall are freshmen, and yet, it has represen- tatives in almost all the major activities on campus, including Theatre Guild, W.A.A., The Daily Illini, Y.W.C.A., and Illini Union. ln addition, it can boast members of Terrapin and of the University chorus. The girls have also entered into the swing of house activities by having a hayride, Christmas Formal, open house, and participation in the NV.G.S. stunt show. The house oflicers are Betty Sicher, president and freshman advisorg Jeanne Kurz, vice-president and social chairmang Frances Benda, secretary-treasurer3 and Rosemary F erraro, house manager. I r l 1 Top Row: Marie Gargano, Florence Hulla, Ruth Bruninga, Dixie Glazcbrook, Eleanor Kohlberg, Jeanne Oliver, Marjorie Leverenz, Mary Ann Lacey, Roscann Kennedy, Eileen O'Connell Third Row: Sira Federighi, Lee Gcntsch, Loretta Goeppner, Patricia Scott, Bettyjane Martin, Vivienne DeBaets, Prinda Harlan, Lois Schneberger, Arlene Matousek, Audrey Melka Seroml Raw: Charlotte Knight, Wfilrna Mehlerk Frances Benda, Betty Sicher, Jeanne Kurz, Mary Ann Ruli, Marjorie Hohe, Rosemarie Ferrara, Shirley Smith Bollom Row: Anita Vlfeggel, Georgia Lush, Alice Thoman, Ruth Rosenstiel, jessie Pickett, Betty Stella, Mary Shafer 415 Top Row: Georgiana Balaty, Erma Lee' George, Mildred Weppler, Verna Lee Ridenhower, Bernice Fossel Second Row: Marty Langham, Doris Batty, Anna Vogt, Betty Towsley, Nellie Taft, Jane Kunlcle, Delores Underwood, Evelyn Ropp, Norma Willis Barium Row: Avanelle Draper, Norma june Luthy, Nione Harbutte, Joanna Brenner, Lois Thurow, Eunice Deffenbaugh, Beverly Barber, Frances Logan, ary Helen Littlerneyer Achaea, meaning "Welcome", is one of the oldest organized houses on campus. All twenty-five of its occupants were very proud when the House won Hrst place in the Homecoming Decorations Contest. Eunice Deienbaugh, president, with the aid of Lois Thurow, vice-president, Joanna Brenner, secretary- treasurer, and Beverly Barber, social chairman, hopes to make Achaea rank first in everything it undertakes. AUHAEA Frances Logan, Alpha Lambda Delta, who acts as freshman advisor, hopes that there will be more high scholastic ranking students. Achaeans are represented in various activities. A few of them are: Betty Tows- ley and Norma june Luthy, University Chorus, Marty Langham, The Daily Illini, Dee Underwood, Phi Chi Theta, and Bernice Mueller, Phi Upsilon Omicron. Tap Row: Mardell McDowell, Louise Stull, Margaret Stubbs, Martha Martin, Lois Scott, Norma Tanner, Florence Witges, Betty F'l L ' Tit isier, nurse 1 us Second Row: Ann Edgett, Ruth Studen , Mary Beedle, Bette Iles, Mary Bruner, Grace Anderson, Cornelia Haynie, Kathryn Gerber, M. L R b t M t Al 'ir ou 0 er s, argare exan cr I . . BIIIIDIII llow: Lorraine Watkins, Alice Reichman, Mary Donohue, Lulu Adams, Mary Stauffer, Jean Merrifield, jean Erickson, Judith johnson, Ida Farlow, Jacqueline Edwards, Elizabeth Mine, Evelyn XVilson ALUESTIS Along with Jeannie Merrifield who presides over Alcestis is Ida Mae Farlow as vice-president and Mary Lou Roberts as secretary-treasurer. Busily buzzing around and planning gala events for fun and enter- tainment are jean Erickson, Florence Witges, and Lorraine Watkins. As the end of another year comes, 416 who won't remember the wonderful times we had at the Rushing Tea and Weekly meetings, and what fun the parties were that we planned? Many will remem- ber the Doll Show and the things we did together be- cause we were all a part of Alcestis. Top Raw: Ruthclaire West, Ellen Jane Attebery, June Rumery, Lucille Magnusson, Verna Flesner, Doris Nelson, Marilyn Sullivan Olga Zebrun, Berle Garrett Barium Row: Helen Tomic, Martha Bruba, Esther Breese, Angelina Gaziano, Jean Wilk, Betty Ren Schwab, Norma Withum, Mary Harncr ALPHA HUU E Evening shadows stretching long Autumn's glow of gold and red Groups of co-eds strolling home "Mmmm, do I smell gingerbread?" Plaques and trophies - scholarship Traditions cherished, customs kept Lemon custard, pumpkin pie . . . "And has the lower hall been swept? 77 Favorite songs at dinner time Voices vie in rounds, Stilied giggling in the dorm Sleepy, early morning sounds . . Busy, happy, capable Working as we learn Striving as we dust and clean To help the lamp of knowledge burn. Tap Row: Helen Levin, Vivian Silverstein, Paula Companion, Mary Collifiower, Lila Richman, Freda Myers, Dorothy Wade, Janice Singer, Florence Levinson Seroizd Row: Marjorie Barnewolt, Lylus Gelicbter, Frances Green, Helen Cooper, Mary Parsh, Pearl Sabath, Marian Wiktor, Emily Pilz Bottom Row: Anita London, Norma Axelman, Barbara Davis, Gertrude Siegel, Rita Einhorn, Bernice Camras, Shirley Benjamin, Frieda Lustig Beau Chateau, the big, red brick building at 206 East Green Street is home to twenty-eight girls, of which twenty-three are freshmen. Plus studying for hour exams and aiming for a high scholastic standard, Beau Chateau had time to enter into campus activities, not to forget their many :social functions which were very successful. BEA QCHATEA The ofiicers who helped the girls make Beau Chateau the homey place it is are president, Gertrude Siegel, secretary, Barbara Davisg treasurer, Freida Lustig, social co-chairmen, Norma Axelman and Rita Einhorng and freshman advisor, Florence Levinson. After dinner, around the fire in the living room is another scene that the girls will never forget. ill' Top Row: Dona Dorf, Fay Somer, Beverley Edelman, Snnia Margolis, Miriam Lew Second Row: Sally' Weber, -Betty Jane Rosenberg, Mrs. Gladys Wingle, Evelyn Weisberg, June Resnick Boltam Row: Patricia Ehrlich, Gertrude Kobler, Constance Savat, Marilyn Hoffman, Dorothy Harrison, Rella Sklut Bella Vista, one of the prominent independent women's houses, finds itself engaged in many campus activities which include The Daily Illini, Illini Theatre Guild, Hillel Junior Council, and Hillel committees, Question Box, Music Hour, Illini Make-up and VVar BELLA ll TA Savings Committee. The oH:1cers of Bella Vista are: president, Evelyn Wiesberg, vice-president and social chairman, Patricia Ehrlich, secretary, Miriam Lew, treasurer, Marilyn Hoffman, and freshman advisor, Sally Weber. l Top Raw: Flora Offner, Miriam Wrigley, Darlene Bradley, Verna Lathrop, Dorothy Manby, Phyllis Davis, jean Leader Serum! Row: Ruth Wolfe, Helen Cline, Marilyn Coolidge, Blanche Popelka, Evelyn Lind, Doris Eyans, Mary Hale 1 Q Bottom Roux' Marilyn Heath, Barbara Moody, Mary Mitchell, Betty Garner, Juanita Gaumer, Louise Peters, Helen Tate, Winrfred Combs BETA H0 E "Dear forestry shades, we love thy trees so tall, A-swaying 'round our Beta House. ' When pines we see, we'll ever think of thee, Thy green and glow, thy falling leaves, thy winter's snow." "When pines we see, we'll ever think of thee-" so goes a line of the Beta House song. This allusion to pines has a double meaning. Beta House is situated next door to Forestry, where the tall majestic pines form a familiar background. Then too, the twin pine 41 trees are the traditional symbol of the co-operative movement of which Beta House is a part. "Friendships here will linger through the years, just as in years of college days gone by. We'll neler forget the friends we've met In Beta at old Illinois." 'fFriendships here will linger through the yearsin is not merely a phrase in a song, but is the actual feel- ing of each of the twenty-two Beta House girls. A-K V ab X. E3-il:a.al.e il Top Row: Harriet Fried, Bertha Sherbin, Shirley Modneck, Rose Rubin, Dolores Katz, Bette Kushner, Glorya Byskier, Shirley Lieber- man, Shirley Gilbert Third Raw: Eleanor Somer, Vivian Bernstein, Esther Tenenbaum, Betty Baren, Corinne Katz, Shirlee Stein, Janice Brown, jane Dol' gonos, Libby Friedman Scrand Raw: Dona Kite, Lorraine Port, Lucille Pruzansky, Lois Goldberg, Marilyn Rosenbaum, Gloria Holland, Rena Allegan, Blanche Long, Merle Slotky Bollam Row: Zena Zeman, Rochelle Siegel, Lorraine Gordon, Evelyn Hillman, Dorothy Kaufman, Eileen Ruben, Ruth Handelman, Lois Goldstine, Dolores Levi BRJTTA Y HALL Brittany Hall was opened in February, 1945, by thirty-six freshman girls. Although living on a uni- versity campus was a new experience for them, the girls- quickly acclimated themselves and went all out to organize their house successfully. The present ofli- cers are: Lorraine Port, president, Lois Goldberg, vice-president, Gloria Holland, secretary, Rena Alle- gan, treasurer, and Lucille Pruzansky, proctor. Top Raw: joan Grigg, Beulah Wilsrxn, Clara Vana, Marjorie XVoods, Jeanne Hopson Srrwm' Rauf: Virginia Scholl, Elva Newman, Norma Gahm,.Bernice Dertinger, Mary Babcock - Q Bnlmm Row: Elaine Marcotte, Virginia Forsaith, Barbara Dickson, Alice Daigh, Lenore Rogal, Loretta Gmntoli There are sixteen of us in Mrs. Trumpe's little house on john Street. Barb, our senior, is president of Phi Chi Theta, Clare is our enterprising freshman with the engaging smile, and Loretta is a pre-med student. Our self-appointed "coed", Elaine is also the house secre- tary and Norma is a deceivingly innocent brown-eyed gal. The scales are controlled by Lenore, jackie, and Bernice, who strive toward gaining Weight. Ginny Scholl, our house beauty, declares herself a member of the Damma Phi Data's. The house president, Babs, is a connoisseur of male photographs and buries herself CHALA DA in writing themes and letters. Marilyn, the vice-presi- dent, and Ginny are the pride of the chemistry de- partment, while full-time working gal is Cass, who has a dozen different jobs. joan is the gracious arbitrar of all disputes, Marge entertains us with her nonsensical quips, and Ruth keeps us in good humor by just join- ing in the fun. We have had our share of parties, din- ners, and "coffee hours", and have members in the Y.W.C.A., USO, Gray Ladies and campus organiza- tions and activities. There you know about us . . . in the happy house, Chalanda. 419 Tag Row: Dorothy Eastburn, Fairlene Kirchhoefer, Marian Ecale, Evelyn Zobel, Geneva McLean, Donna Grilfm Third Rauf: Caro yn AStuclcy, Esther Ardern, Florence Wfalter, joan Gardner, Elma Drenan, Mar aret Reed Secanzl Row: jane King, Kathryn French, Helen Folsom, Mrs. Corneil, Rosemary Evans, Mary Eurtle Botrom Row: Ann Kent, Margaret Storm, Martha Moser, Anne Milinarch, Jean Riley, Adeline DeBiasio The Citadel, comparatively new as an independent women's house is proud to boast of their high scholas- tic standard, which is above the average in most inde- pendent homes. The Citadel, a democratic house, elected as presi- dent, Marion Ecale, vice-president, Esther Arderng THE UITADEL secretary, Adeline De Biasio, treasurer, Fairlene Kirch- hoefer, and social chairman, Carolyn Stucky. Many successful social functions were held through- out the year, adding enjoyment to the college life of each girl at The Citadel. Top Row: Janice Corrigan, Patricia Green, Betty Reynolds, Genevieve Provancal, Pauline Roe, Betty LaMandin, Eleanor Malcom, Id S' a tiner Bartom Row: Regina Bnjanowski, Althea Volland, Juanita Roush, Emma Thiebaud, Virginia Kmet, Edith Straub, Ruby Owens, Ruth Courtright, Helen Hammer ULLEGIENNE This year Collegienne was composed of seventeen girls--ten freshmen and seven upperclassmen. Their majors ranged from home economics to civil engi- neering. The group was represented in Alpha 'Lambda Delta, 420 Accountancy Club, Home Economics Club, and the University Orchestra. Some of the girls bowled and played hockey in W.A.A. All the girls were very active in their respective church organizations. Parties were held on special occasions during the year. Tap Raw: Patsy Patch, Aileen Hofer, Margaret Cox Third Row: Myrna.Noble, Lois Bowers, Nancy Wolfe, Sylvia Ziecina, Mildred Williams, Dorothea Trstensky, Alice Hopkins, Max- ine Apblett, Emilly Roth, Merle Roesen, Patricia Webster Sermzd Row: Ann alterman, joan Halterman, Mary Beth Bauian, Beatrice Krippner, Lillian Faustner, Katherine Hawks Brzliom Raw: Imogene Monts, jean Small, Patricia Spitz, Marian McCall, Ruth Perz, Betty Mack, Shirley Michal COL0 Life at Colonial Manor runs smoothly, and one of the most important reasons is the fine spirit of co- operation displayed by the twenty-seven girls who live there. Every girl has taken active part on the committees that planned and made such a success of our fall hayride and our two formal dances. Informal IAL MA UR affairs are held in our large recreation room. Mrs. Breuer, the housemother, is very conscientious in making the stay at Colonial Manor comfortable and pleasant for each and every girl. Throughout the year, she has delighted the girls with several teas, plus the added attraction of her special home baking. l Top Row: Selma Gerber, Beverly Ratner, Carol Schulman, Sabine Goldfein, Jeanne Ashkanazy, Gertrude Katz, Babette XVar:, Phyllis Nathanson, Elaine Pearlman, Shirley Goldstein, Charlotte Spilky, Lucille Rudolph, Sonia Silverstein Third Row: joan Ascherman, Alice Kahan, Doris Levinson, Aileen Schencker, Ellen Zarct, Beverly Hecktman, Nora Resnick, Phyllis Anovitz, Enid Tucker, Shirley Rosner, Sandra Portnoy, Loretta Davis, Shirley Bunshaft Scwmul Row: Susan Menkin, Lois Grusin, Dorothy Seratan, Gloria Frank, Evah Homan, Harriet Brauer, Thelma Leventhal, Nanette Mided, Ruth Pace, Ruth Cerkel, Sally Motel Bolfom Raw: Elsie Mann, Adele Sherman, Clara Zwick, Maxine Goldberg, Shirley Berkson, Gilda Cowan, Ruth Greenblatt One of the first houses to be organized after the closing of the women's dorms, was Delano Hall which gained an enviable position in independent circles. Named after Sara Delano, mother of the late President Roosevelt, it has continued its interest in her ideals as well as her son's, and one of the largest contributions toward the Wa1'ni Springs Foundation is received from the girls living there. DELA 0 HALL The house is well represented in student activities such as the Illini Theatre Guild, The Daily Illini, Or- chesis, Terrapin, and Hillel. These activities are sup- plemented with social doings such as the semi-annual servicemen's dance, formals, and hostessing at the USO and Chanute Field. 41 Top Row: Frank Volle, Homer Crouse, Allen Nelson, Thomas Smith Second Row: james Fritz, J. Richard Cooper, William Skelton, Joseph Slaker, Wfilliam Grumbley, Basil Moskoff Barium Row: Robert Hemp, Marvin Wfahlstrom, Paul Wise, Robert Mandler, Robert DeVary, George Bauer, Harold Lewis, Robert Walker Dornoch, an independent men's house, was organ- ized in 1941 at 1109 South Fourth Street. The name was derived from the town in Sutherlandshire, Scot- land, located on the Dornoch Firth of the North Sea. Today the town is noted as a health and holiday resort. Members of the house have taken active interest in the band, Illini Union, glee club, Illini Theatre Guild, llllli IICII Y.M.C.A., and intramurals. Success has been attained in all its past social functions, and the house has also upheld a high scholastic standing. At this time, over eighty members are serving in the armed forces, and three of the present members are veterans. Top Razr: Richard Garner, Norman Hartman, Paul Kimmelshue, Robert Mellendorf, William Bingman, Robert Allan Serum! Raw: Fred Heintze, XVillard Reed, Hugh Thompson, james Leib, Jack Collins- ' Bullom Row: Carlton Fischer, jr., Don Marlin, Maurice XVomack, Donald Tucker, Richard Fischer FIIIE. IDE -When the past members of Fireside mention their campus home, they cannot refrain from adding that every year Fireside was the best independently or- ganized house at Illinois, and included factors sup- porting this decision. This year being no exception, the present members, once they are out of college, will write and speak 42.2. just as highly of M210 E. John" as the alums now do. The home atmosphere created by the Fessler family was particularly welcomed by the veterans who con- stituted a majority of the seventeen members this year. Due to the atmosphere and the fellowship displayed by the boys, their years at the U. of I. will always be remembered. Top Raw: Valmore jones, George Beres, George Bontos, Richard Cohen, john Gregor , Harlan Blare, Laurence Greene Third Row: James Norman, Giles Farmer, Robert Schiemer, Richard Dill, Robert lyaylor, David Bedell Second Row: John De Michele, Lawrence Freeman, Burnett Brumns, William Allen, Richard Krieg, Charles Janke, Frank Chapman Bottom Raw: Edward Romieniec, Matthew Antonio, Edwin Nykrel, jimmy Mitchell, Robert Yaffe, Ralph McGraw, jr., Dale Endsley No! in Picture: Marvin Knoblich, Lionel Brazen, Gerald Gratch, Gale Crane FUUR The thirty-one men who call Four Columns home include nine veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces. Four Columns is proud to welcome these men to the University of Illinois. Fall elections named William Allen, pre-med, as president. Dick Cohen of the Law School is vice- president and Frank Chapman of Commerce keeps CULUM the minutes and the money. Four Columns is a member of Men's Independent Ward Association and has participated in the intra- mural activities of that organization. Several honor- ary and professional fraternities are represented, in- cluding Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Phi, Pi Tau Sigma, and Omega Beta Pi. Top Row: Catherine Snow, Eflie Corniels, Mary Jacobson, Helen Wiltamutli, Margaret Neill, Lois Jean Strubinger, Ina Herbrig, Ruth Monroe Bottom Row: Phyllis Amacher, Toni Tomic, Lynette Kirby, Eleanor Swanson, Dorothy Ryan, Shirley johnson, Betty McCannon, Janet Hickman Sixteen girls again form Gamma House-co-eds with a variety of ambitions ranging from home economics and education to business administration. Six are new this year, and ten are Mold-timers". They hail from the population extremes of Chicago's millions to Red- dick's hundreds. Helen is tall and Phil is short- Kate's a redhead and Edie, a blonde-Ruth prefers GAMMA HUU E sailors while Dottie dotes on the Air Corps. A heterogeneous mixture, you say? Yes, we agree, but that adds variety to the school picture. And dif- ferences in individuals' tastes surely are welcome when they stimulate new dinner menus and social programs. They help make Gamma a co-operative house that everyone likes. 423 Top Row: Shirley Parker, Ruth Bardwick, Elizabeth Mogg, Elizabeth Roberts, Marian Dubsky l Second Row: Lois-johnson, XVanda Doyle, Barbara Hughes, Lucia Pyanowski, Florence Wise, Mary Duffy Bottom Row: Virginia Mysiak, Mary Robinson, Evelyn Peterson, Maxine Berman, Rachella Smith The girls of Graham Lodge have joined together to make the lodge their special home during their stay on the campus. They are a very representative group of girls who work hard to make this an honor house by taking an active part in campus activities, both social and educational. Their members boost the causes GRAHAM LUDGE of The Daily Illini, Theatre Guild, W.A.A., several church foundations, and Y.W.C.A. There are very few social events at which Graham Lodge is not rep- resented. Being together, with a wonderful house- mother, is making some very splendid memories for the girls to tell their grandchildren in fifty years. Top Row: Elaine Goldsmith, Phyllis Renberg, Annette Lewis. Doris Brandler, Doris Goldman, Marion Godow, Evelyn Duboff, Betty Sommerfeld, Marilyn Steinman, Rhoda Solomon, Debra Shaefer, Annette Foot, Laurel Nicholas, joyce Schwartz l - Third Row: Madelyn Portugal, Harriet Kohn, Enid jarinkes,.Roslyn Weinstein, Miriam Schwartz,.Thelma Sims, Phyllis Zacovitch, Gwendolyn Goldstein, Rosella Lenett, Leona Arenson, Anita Klein. 'Marilyn Feldman, Muriel Dix. I Setomi Row: Myra Friedkin, Carrie Grossfeld, Rudanne Levine, Phyllis Berger, Rose Feigen, Muriel Price, joan Rosenthal, Jean Krachock Miriam Shimber Edith N d l Moll Tillma Eileen Neadell R th Baran , g, u e man., ye . A , u ' I . A Bollom Row: Sylvia Aberg, joan Sherman, Eva Riese, Shirley Sherman, Bassio Antokal, Anita Morwitz, Eileen Kramer, Nanette Klair- mont, Rhoda Skolnik HARRA 0 HALL For the past two years, Harrison Hall, at 902 South Second Street, has been serving as an independent house for forty-nine girls. Chicago is well represented since forty-seven of the girls are from the Windy City, while New Jersey and Indiana each offer a rep- resentative. This year's oflicers are jean Krachock, president, Edith Nudelman, vice-president, Muriel Price, secretary, Miriam Schimberg, treasurer, and Rose Feigen, social chairman. Open House was held A2-A the Sunday after Homecoming, and a few weeks later a hay rack party, "The Last Strawn, was given. Highlighting the year were 'Harrison Hall's twoiso- cials, "Pink Champaign", which carried out the night club theme, and HA Thousand and One Nights", the unfolding of a college girl's diary. Mrs. Florence Nash, the housemother, aided in making these affairs a big success. 4 Top Row: Halcyon DeV0re, Davida Wolfison, Mildred Berg, Margaret Klemola Second Raw: Margaret Cummins, Marilyn Reese, Jean Adams, Helen Bailey, Joan Kuhns, Thelma Ernest Bolmm Row: Rita Reichstein, Winifred Peebles, Evangeline Petters, Jeannette Klemola, Marion Benna, Wanda Leach ILLIA A LUDGE Illiana Lodge reopened two years ago as an inde- pendent house. This year sixteen members chose as their oHicers Jeannette Klemola, president, Peggy Cummins, secretary, and Jean Adams, social chair- man. Last year the house was among the highest in scholastic rating. Among the girls is Jean Leach, a transfer student from Blackburn College. Helen Bailey is the only out- -of-state girl, hailing from Baltimore, Maryland. The newcomers lost no time in joining into the pre- vailing spirit of Congeniality and high scholastic stand- mg. Tap Raw: Margaret Rowe, Dorothy Lauer, Jean Shepler, Elaine Zientelc, Ellenore Pagac, Aline Benoist, Mary Rosenburgh, Doris Pot- fenbarger, Deborah O'Donnell, Floralynn Snyder, Mary Carpenter, Juanita McKean, Ruth Heinzmann Fifth Row: Elizabeth Radtke, Irene Bower, Carolyn Penheld, Elvira Vigna, Verla Isom, Shirley Rogers, Irene Krenn, Aina Nelson, Maynette Vernsten, Frances Wfallis, Margaret Coogan, Norma Miller, Ruth Peters Fllllffb Row: Marcella Andrews, Belva Pearson, Ethel Ta lor, Marietta McArthy, Elva Pletcher, Elizabeth Laslo, Roberta Jacobus, Freida Price, Helen Head, Ann Miles, Frances Campbell, Irene Skarzynski Third Row: Betty Dahlberg, Betty Bond, Marguerite Johnson, Rose Enevold, Edith Enevold, June Sayler, Evelyn Damgaard, Mary Damgaard, Phyllis Blundell, Martha Gullett, Margaret Van Hook, Dorothy Bercher, Helen I-Iostetter Semnd Raw: Kathryn Freda, Lois Braden, Dolores Duda, Marjorie Galutia, Virgie Nastoff, Josephine Scheck, Jeananne Skinner, Patricia Armstrong, Eileen Tressler, Eleanor Ringland, Irene Kohler. Virginia Bernard, Anna Howard Barium Row: Mar Mathews, Dorothy Pierce, Joanne Hoff, Hazel Sobinsky, Patricia Barton, Alice Keighin, Dorris Gee, Isabelle Sampou, June Snow, Constance Roark, Dorothy Lombardo, Esther Segal Illini Hall is a University dormitory for women with ninety-five residents. Organized in 1944 under W.G.S. rules, the oHicers for 1945-1946 were: Mary Louise Carpenter, president, Juanita McKean, vice- president, Connie Roarlc, secretary, Julie Schreiber, treasurer. House members participated in the Homecoming HALL lLLl I Stunt Show and the Y.W.C.A. Doll Show. Informal teas, a hayrack ride, a Christmas party, and a winter formal were included in the year's activities. The high spirited group of girls was well co-ordi- nated by Miss Bower, our housemother, and Betty Cripe and Shirley Finger, the house counsellors. 4256 Top Row: Naomi Speckman, Marjorie Harrison, Vera Madsen, Be tty Braden, Esther Brittingham, Edna Meadors, joan Siegfried, Olga Kalapaca, Mildred Wilson, Alberta Reitz Barium Row: . Florence Wheeler, Emma Welch, Naomi johnson, Betty Kornegger, Mary Ware, Marian Fulton, Olga Skoblikoff, Evelyn Ernst, Lois Tendick, Betty Borchers ' Keowa and llliwanis, two W.G.S. houses, have joined for participation in campus social aHairs and -especially in charitable work. The officers of Illiwanis are Lois Tendick, president, Virginia Ernst, vice- president, and Mollie Wilson, secretary. Keowa's ofli- ,cers are Joan Siegfried, president, Olga Kalapaca, sec- retary-treasurer, and Edna Meadors, freshman advisor and vice-president. Three senior Illiwanis girls have ILLIWA I -KEUW1-l been elected to honorary societies: Betty Borchers, Phi Chi Theta, Olga Skablikolf, Kappa Delta Pi, and Lois Tendick, Phi Upsilon Omicron. joan Siegfried of Keowa, a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, fresh- man honorary, is also a sub-district chairman for the lfVoman's Group System. Members of the two houses have also been active in language clubs, Illini Theatre Guild, victory campaigns and church affairs. tl S l a 'F' Tap Raw: Shirley Pevsner, Bernice Ozeran, Rhoda Ragowsky, Lucille Galler, Phyllis Simon, Ruth 'Bender, Anne Shl-:lair ' . Serond Raw: Miriam Hyman, Lorraine Kaplan, Ellen Conovitz, Gloria Sage, Charlotte Kaplan, Rosaline Marx, Maureen Lavin, Doris Braverman Boilam Raw: Fern Levitt, Harriet Frankel, Gladys Simon, Gertrude Dunn, Eunice Tatar, Ethel Hurwich, Ina Ruth Palman, Anita Sokol , Marion Berkowitz lllllil lvria originated as an organized house in 1941. Since then, many of its girls have attained various scholastic and academic honors, including membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Several of its graduates have also earned fellowships to other universities. Since its origin, lvria has gained a place on the 426 W.G.S. Honor Council plaque and has had every year recognition of leadership in scholarship and extra-cur- ricular and social activities. This june, nine seniors will graduate from Ivria, constituting the largest number of graduates in one year, since its origin. Tap Row: Vivian.Cirlin, Harriet Baker, Helen Friedman, Rachelle Bialik, Sylvia Moscowitz, Gloria Lieberman Serand Raw: Harriet Satz, Leatrice Wolcolf, Laverne Turow, Thelma Zuckerman, Shirley Rubenzik, Lois Goldstein Bottom Row: Florence Rosenthal, Leah Moltz, Dellora Allen, Dorothy Mable, Eileen Schubert, Josephine Neilberger KEELER HOU E Keeler House is the large white house halfway down on Illinois Street. Officers for the past semester were Dorothy Mabel, president, Renee Brickner, vice-president, Dellora Allen, secretary, and Sylvia Moscowitz, treasurer. Although such honoraries as Alpha Kappa Delta, Psi Chi, Alpha Sigma Nu, and Zeta Phi Eta are repre- sented, it wasn't all work and no play, for during the year the girls had an open house, entertained alums at Homecoming, and had a house formal. The Hillel Foundation is well represented at "909", Shirley Rubenzik is vice-president, Gloria Lieberman, editor of the Hillel Post, Harriet Satz, chairman of the Social Welfare Group, and Josephine Neilburger is chairman of the Afliliate Drive. This, in a few words, is the story of Keeler House. Tap Raw: Mariorie Bauer, Martha Gard, Alice Cooper, Crystal Thompson, Marylou Baur, Edna Seaman .Boilam Row: Doris Larson, Marjorie Hudclleston, Doris Holsman, Gladys Lidd e, Barbara Hansen, Marie Tilley A small house, yes, but an active one to compen- sate for the few in number. This year's activities gathered momentum early in the semester and con- tinued to roll all term. Active in campus activities, the members of Locke Manor proved themselves hospitable hostesses at a tea for Homecoming guests, gave willingly of their limited time to the work of various campus founda- tions, contributed generously to the War Student Drive, and enjoyed many other affairs such as a Hal- 1owe'en Party, picnics, hayrides, and dances. LUCKE MA UR Whether phone duty, house committees, or making dolls for the annual Doll Show, the girls at Locke Manor did their share willingly under the able leader- ship of Gladys Liddle, president, Marjorie Huddle- ston, vice-president and treasurer and Marylou Baur, social chairman. Friendly, co-operative girls and a gracious house- mother, Mrs. Locke make Locke Manor a pleasant and inviting atmosphere for everyone's higher en- deavors. 42 Top Rauf: Janet McCowan, 1.aVon.Goodrnar1, Olive McCowan, Marilyn Johnson, Carol Kolb, Genevieve Czerwinski, Barbara Phipps, Millicent Moffett, Doris Baldwin, Virginia Walden, Carolyn Linnard, Marjorie Shattuck, Vera Shishow, Mary Jane Wfilson, Betty Lou Wolf, Harriet Leake Serond Row: Margaret Frazier, Georgia Sakellaris, Angeline Chambas, Betty Benson, Eleanor Kelley, Elizabeth Auer, Jeanette Reynolds, Mrs. H. H. Kirkpatrick, jean Kelly, Barbara Storer, Sharlee Davis, Mary Irish, Betty Revelle, Joan Honicker, Roselyn Leonard, Marilyn Wachlin, Mary jones Wilson Bottom Ragu: Dqlorez Baker, Ruth Keigher, Katherine Culjak, Norma Spale, Lucille Keigher, Lou Ann Wachlin, Minerva Roe, Marcia Franklin, Lucile Konzen, Dorothy Kohlmiller, Mary Bartlett, Marilyn Gardner, Carolyn Henning, Nancy Cook, Sylvia Andrews, Martha Karnopp, june Tanek Forty-six girls regret that Lombardy Lodge is not theirs for "keeps" but is only leased from the Delta Upsilon fraternity. Nearly all of the girls came to Lombardy as freshmen or transfer students and have had to help one another become acquainted with the U. of I. World. For leadership they chose Jean Kelly, president, Doris Baldwin, vice-president, Marilyn Wachlin, treasurer, Genevieve Czerwinski, secretary, and Mar- garet Frazier, social chairman. Llllllllz-lltlll L0llGll Social functions were started with a formal tea to introduce "Mother Pat", housemother I-Iannetta Kirk- patrick. Then a dance for V-12,5 was given in the spa- cious living room. Christmas brought caroling time with hot chocolate for the carolers and the Christmas formal dinner. All of the girls have enjoyed their stay at Lombardy and will regret having to leave because of the return of the D. U. boys. nv Top Row: Norma Kaplan, Elsie Leong, Lillian Kaufman, Helen Ann Taymor, Helene Kirshenbaum S dR1.'S'.St L'F' DI L blRb1t Cl EtllGodon erm: on onm earn, ois ein.. cores erm e, o tra oien, 'se e 'r Bottom Row: Helen Eisen, Idell Berliner, Diane Karbelnig, Estelle Racine, Rosaline Grebetz, Mary Tom LIIWRY LUIIGE From within the walls of this small brick house at 1007 South Fifth, comes plenty of activity. Almost every organization on campus is represented by one of the seventeen girls of Lowry Lodge. Two of the girls are members of Alpha Lambda Delta, another 42 active in Psi Chi, and three have been pledged to the women's Cosmopolitan Club. Tom-Tom, The Daily Illini, and the Illia each has a Lowry girl on its staff, and the house is also represented in the Illini Theater Guild and the University Orchestra. Tap Row: Faye Brown, Betty Shernberg, Selma Cohn, Natalie Fisher, Elaine Blum, Esther Slavick, Paula Teitelbaum, Miriam Sol- nicky, Reva Goldberg, Rhoda Eilen, Barbara Rosenblum, Francine Travis, Eleanore Fox, Harriett Michels Secozm' Rauf: Mariorie Robincau, Gloria Orensteen, Edna Spear, Helen Mintz, Ph llis Greenberg, Sylvia Kaplan, Marilyn Didech, Adele Bell, Shirley Zonenblik, Pearl Gore, Gertrude Spector, Phyllis Peck, Jane Mendelssohn, Suzanne Zechman, Claire Gruenberg, Shirley Pohn, Amy Lief Ballom Raw: Eleanor Schlesinger, Bernice Lending, Jacqueline Talmy, Beverly Stone, Lillian Gilbert, Bettyvtjoseph, Charlotte Kaplan, Marilyn Friedman, Beverly Medow, Bernice Baskin, Muriel Schulman, Joyce Moll, Minnette Erenburg, ariette Exstein MA DERLY Forty-nine women call Manderly their home, and while they don't have all the luxuries, they make up for it in general college-joe living. The women aren't satisfied with having a house full of bookworms, although there are several Alpha Lambda Deltas and national honorary people flying about, but do manage to get in on major campus activities. ' House prexy, Lynn Friedman, between the calis- thentics of accountancy, manages to keep the house stable, while sociable Charlotte Kaplan takes over the duty of vice-president, and Betty joseph, secretary, helps out on Illini Theater Guild crews. Lillian Gil- bert, former house treasurer, took over the job of ,proctor during the second semester. Off the beaten path the house put on some excellent affairs such as the "November Night" dance, freshman welcoming events, and the house was decorated for special week-ends such as Homecoming and Dad's Day. Tap Row: john Curl, Donald Herrick, Robert Vujovich, James Davis, john Refleuna, Lyle Nims, Harold Rotter, Donald Schell Third Raw: John Smothers, Walter Silarski, George Redman, Frank Hasbrouck Second Row: john Kremer, Robert Bell, Robert Henning, Jerome Brodnick, Robert Andresen Bazram Row: Robert Weilzrouch, Douglas Rucker, Earl Marshall, Gene Tom, Lee Bush, john Rastcde Who says that no one can live with an engineer? If you are doubtful, you should visit Mull Manor where Engineering, Commerce, and L.A.S. students are all happily living under the same roof. Although everyone is happy, it is usually the engineers who are called upon to help the poor freshmen. Under the capable guidance of Donald Schell, presi- M LL MA 0B dent, Walter Silarski, vice-president, and john Kra- mer, secretary-treasurer, Mull Manor has continued with a full program of University activities. The social activities- coke dates, hay rides, and other parties at the local candy store were arranged by the social com- mittee who were John Refieuna and jim Steward. 49 1 Top Row: Everett Smile ,ALeroy Schilt, Joseph Foster, Robert Dralce, john Rundquist, Wayne Ozier, Eugene Patchett, Eugene Becker Boliom Raw: Kenneth right, Allan Mueller, Robert Howard, XVilliam Hartel, Wfallace Coleman, Robert Harris, james Cummins, james Ford Nabor House, a university 1nen's residence, located at 811 W. Oregon Street in Urbana, was organized and obtained a co-operation charter from the state in the spring of 1939. The chief reason for organizing Nabor House was to provide economical living for worthy students of agriculture, who otherwise would not be able to obtain the supplementary social and cultural advantages essential to a college education be- cause of financial difiiculty. In every sense, the or- ganization is co-operative. The property, house, and furnishings belong to the corporation, dishwashing, ABUR H0 E housecleaning, lawn mowing, general repairing, etc., is done by the members. The membership is limited to students of agricul- ture who are active participants in church activities, and those who are of good character, and who are will- ing to co-operate in the work of the house, and those who are good students scholastically. Each new man must spend one semester on a trial or pledge basis after which he becomes a member, providing he receives the unanimous vote of the active membership. 1 Top Roni: Dt?-iiofhy De Met, MMarjCgiekWaldscl1mitt, Ramona Fitzpatrick, Virginia Eckert, Helen Becker, Virginia Hagen, Louise B L ummm, e ene awson, ary. oo U U I Boltom Row: Patricia Wallace, Marion Nicholson, JoAnne Scott, LaVerne Nowakowskx, Barbara Price, Sally Coyle, Charlotte Lxetz UNUNDAGA H0 A busy coedis life is the life for the girls at Onon- daga. These true Illini maidens enjoy participating in such activities as: McKinley Foundation, Y.W.C.A., Theatre Guild, USO, W.G.S., W.A.A., Gray Ladies, Newman Club, and Agriculture Club. Onondaga began its year with a homecoming tea for its many homecoming guests, followed by birth- 430 day parties, a scavenger hunt, and a lovely Christmas party given by the housemother, Mrs. Hallie Dunlap. Officers for the present year are: president, Char- lote Lietz, vice-president, Virginia Hagen, secretary- treasurer, Virginia Eckert, honor-council chairman, Barbara Price, social chairman, JoAnne Scott. ,,,,----f' 1 ,,,..,'- g7,,,,. -'-J--,,,.. -Ff""""" YT! ...---1-K ,,....--4 lw. , Top Row: Olga Arseny, Edith Miller, Nadine Cameron, Frances Satterlee, Barbara Saunders Third Rau-': Nancy Barnes, Helen Allen, Alice johnson, Elaine Rozmarek. Marilyn Young Scraml Raw: Donna Lillibridge, Marilyn Hopkins, Margaret Williams, Patricia Hanlon, Margaret Klasa Boltnm Row: Lorraine Leon, Ruth Frohardt, Margaret Anderson, Betty Barhig PRICE CL B We're a newly organized house, but are in the thick of all campus activities. The ball started rolling with a bang-up initiation of the freshmen by the upper- classmen. That week, the freshman was anything from a boot-black to a chamber maid. There were the never-to-be-forgotten candlelight pajama sings, hay- rides, and many other social activities that succeeded in tightening the links IH our chain of friendship. Our studies meanwhile prospered-the freshmen doing their best to join the ranks of Alpha Lambda Delta. Frances Satterlee, house president, and other upperclassmen are the inspiration and encouragement of the freshmen. You can always tell a Price Club girl on campus. She's the one with the sparkle in her eye, the one who is seeking knowledge, who is full of enthusiasm and inspiration, and the one who is most fun to be with at all times. Tap Row: Carmelina Clement, Raymonde Schobinger, Rose Marie Eisman Second Raw: Marilee Cowgur, Dorothy Ausfahl, Adeline Schmidt, Elizabeth Marshall, Mary jane Camp, Edna Nadworny, Mary Ross, Letha Skeeters, joan Tarro, Mary Ann Matesi Bolton: Raw: Betty jane Atwood, Delpheen Berg, Ann Caravassos, Shirley Hawk, Valerie Samuelson, Dorothy Crabtree, Dorothea Dunlap, Irene Varon, Miriam Barr, Frances Wfinstead Reeter Club, established as a home for college girls in 1943, has already gained recognition on campus. Let's take a glimpse into Reeter this year. Betty jane Atwood and Valerie Samuelson, their two dignified seniors carried the responsibility of freshman advisor and secretary-treasurer respectively. With Dorothy Crabtree presiding at meetings and generally directing CLUB REETER organized house affairs, Dorothea Dunlap ably assist- ing as vice-president, and Carmelina Clement taking care of the social functions, life ran smoothly and eH'iciently. A feeling of co-operation among the girls in the house maintained Reeter Club's standards and traditions in work and play. 43l gps' Topciow: Igrnesf Fillesi Paul Ackermann, James Johnston, Ralph Childers, Thomas Kelly, Charles Minor, William Baker, Donald sen, OD 'ISSWC Semir! 530141: Alfred Miller, Robert Johnston, Raymond Herring, Rex Holmes, Ned Stein, George Ricker, Lawrence Bittermann, Arthur m urg Barium Raw: Thomas Moore, Rogers XVestlake, Lorimer Crews, Glenn Craft, Victor Day, Thomas Carneal, Francis Strehl, Wfesley Johnson, Robert Laney The first post-war year at "The Armes' was an eventful one for many reasons. First, joe Spitz and Al Miller returned from service and, theoretically, resumed their studies. Second, Glen Craft, the only graduating senior, finally received his degree in archi- tecture, easing the tension of everyone. The year was also punctuated by several fine dances RU TE ARME and other social activities. The co-operative spirit of all the members was di- rected by the house officers, Glen Craft, president, Tom Carneal, vice-president, Vic Day, treasurerg and Frank Strehl, secretary. The house was run efiiciently and smoothly, as usual, under the able management of Mrs. Mann. Gertrude Kumerlen, Betty Sanders, Ann Holmes, Mary Bogar, Mona Scamehorn, Helen Larimore, Iris Scamehorn, Barbara Horvath R TIC LUDGE Rustic Lodge, one of the smallest lndee houses on campus, is the homey, little brown edifice located just across the street from "gold old" Natural History. It has been home to eight girls since October, 1944, when House Mater Mrs. Conlee waved goodbye to eight fellows who were waving hello to Uncle Sam, 43 excavated all shaving cream and pipes and opened "Rustic's" doors to the feminine world. Mary Liz Bogar serves as president, Ann Holmes, secretary, and Trudy Kumerlen, social chairman. "Rustic" was represented in Y.W.C.A., Illini Theatre Guild, Daily Illini, and W.A.A. Top Row: Nancy Hess, Norma Sneed, Stella Frank, Christine Kerasotes, jean Mercatoris, Marjorie Droste, Marion MacNeal, Norma Wente Bottom Raw: Mary Tortoriei, Gwendolyn Huish, Barbara Liggett, Mary Welcli, Naomi Klobuchar, Dorothy Tenczar, Jessie jones TALLAWA llll A newly organized house on campus composed largely of transfer students and freshmen is Talla- Wanda. The fact that these girls were new did not hinder their social activities. A hayrack ride was one of the first functions of the season, followed by heart-sister week from November 26th to December 3rd, Theatre parties, swimming meets, pajama gatherings, and bridge games were part of the unplanned activities. Ever present is Mac with her camera, who always gets that picture. The officers of Tallawanda are Chris Kerasotes, president, Mitzie Welch, vice-president, and Marian MacNeal, secretary-treasurer. ' ,- lax, ii H . 1 lf' i 1 v 5 Top Raw: Beryle Harris, Dorothy Cardosi, Sophie Kumis, Kathryn Hoffman, Annabelle Johannes, Lois Brumitt, Gloria Goebel, Bernice Calderone Serum! Raw: Dorothy Romig, Marguerite Volini, Gloria McGuire, Betty Tower, Sarah Wfelham, Mary Parthemer, Frances Bartholo- mew, Loris Klinkey, Mary Bainter, Mary Brusius Barium Row: Mary Cole, Marjorie Hoobler, Constance Pishos, Lorraine Mansell, Laura Barnard, Bernndine Reis, Helen Kohout One of the most active independent houses on campus, Wahina, 212 East Green Street, has been or- ganized for several years, but renamed this year. Although almost two-thirds of the girls this year are freshmen, they have volunteered to work on the Illia, both the editorial and sports staffs of the Daily Illini, Tom-Tam, Illini Theatre Guild, and Illini Union WAHI ll committees, to namera few. Two of the most im- portant features of the year are the Christmas formal and the Easter "Bunny Bouncefl Officers for the first semester were: Lorraine Man- sell, president, Connie Pishos, vice-president and social chairman, and Laura Ann Barnard, secretary-treas- urer. 433 Top Row: Shirley Hall, Dorothy Dailey, Elizabeth Tyler, Esther Clark. Eleanor Elliott Second Raw: Sylvia Helper, Sylvia Hall, Sara Linsley, Adeline Gartield Ballon: Row: Katherine Glasgow, jane Ashby, Rachel Davidson, Anita Rice, Rose Watanabe Wescoga, a co-operative house for women spon- sored by the Wesley Foundation, was founded in the fall of 1942. All planning, as well as the actual work, is done by the girls themselves, yet they still have time to be active at a religious foundation and to par- ticipate in numerous house and campus affairs. Wescoga not only promotes co-operative living, but WE llllllil also stands for Christian fellowship and ideals. An application of these ideals is shown in the inter-faith, inter-racial membership of the house. "They will endeavor to strive for God's kingdom on earth, And, in so doing, prove Wescoga's worth." Emi! Top Row: Josephine Lindsay, Lillian Vidovich, Mary Crichfield, Dorothy Rosenfeld, Margaret Lohr Bolton: Row: Mary Hinton, Alison Symon, Vivian johnson, LaNor Laughlin, Norma Lindenmuth WESTAIRE I'm a small house on the corner of Illinois and Greg- ory and only five years old. I had a wonderful Homecoming open house and the W.G.S. district tea with a lot of new friends and notables arriving from 3 to 5. On I-Iallowe'en I had a party in my store- room complete with spooks. Birthday spreads with all the trimmings were regular events. The rush of dates on Friday and Saturday nights kept me busy. I had a formal dinner at Christmas, a tree with presents be- 434 neath it, and the carols were wonderful. I have majors in engineering, music, foreign lan-- guages, journalism, home economics, and L.A.S. living in me. My officers are Laverne I-Iinton, president, Alison Symon, vice-president, Pat Laughlin, secretary, Norma Lindenmuth, treasurer, Sissy Vidovich, social chairman, and Skipper Lohr, freshman advisor. I f . wwf Upper left: Ln Treinta girls gather in their living room. Right: Presby takes full advantage of Indian summer afternoons Aliddle lefl. A Shawnee bull session. Center: Brandeis Hall officers talk things over on the lawn. Right.- I.oxvell.Hall puts hnxshing touches on Homecoming decorations Lower right: Singing around the piano at Brentwood Manor Cll0LA TIC H0 lllli SHORT ON GRAY MATTER . . . P Or is your name on one of the following pages among those honored for high scholarship? Honors Day is the day traditionally set aside to recognize these students. Those ranking in the upper two per cent of the University have their names engraved on the Bronze Tablet. Many others receive University of Illinois Scholarship Keys. Initiation into Phi Eta Sigma is the freshman man's award for conscientious work and a 4.5. Similarly, wearing the "lamp of learning" signifies membership in Alpha Lambda Delta, Whose creed is to promote intelligent living with an increased appreciation of the love of study, and to encourage superior scholarship among freshman women: Maybe you are one of the lucky "danglers" who sports a Phi Beta Kappa Key. Or are you a member of Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Gargoyle, Kappa Tau Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, or Beta Gamma Sigma .... all national honoraries. Those who have attained this high goal are true "pride of the Illini." It is to them we non' pay tribute. W lg . 437 I llllll E 'I'llI3LE'l .r ' ' 'iff-. . 'ng 1 fig E it 1 i' 53? ljitzfif Elf: '55, a t ,g,g.q:.g, 35 'HEPWPKM The seniors awarded the honor of having their names inscribed on the Bronze Tablet are to be congratulated. They have attained the highest scholastic honor at the Univer- sity of Illinois. Each year's Bronze Tablet is added and is permanently located in the Uin- versity library. Richard Wfilliam Ball Richard Lewis Conklin Patricia Ann Cover Dorothy Hendel Eoi Ardis Ilene Ellrich Doris jean Nletzler Eveland Louis Lloyd Feistandig Kemp Frederick Gillum Mary Margaret Gordon Carol Irene Hasemeyer Joanne Hutchinson Hills Carol Anne Koehler Eugene Kingery Maun Phyllis Louise Nelson Helen Beryl Sher Nettie Virginia Shirley Gunther Siegmund Stent Rose Anne Stewart Phyllis Kathryn Stout Margaret Lee Thomas Edwin Ansil VVhalin, jr. VVendell H. VVils0n Ruth Alberta VVirsig Elaine Marie Zwiclc l 'vo gr' T011 Row: R. Christiansen, F. Douglass, H. Hostetter, A. McNamara, M. Mathers, R. Arnold, L. Amacher, B. Claypool, J. Lopin, F. Wilmetlw, L. Serepinas, M. Bartosiewicz, C. Kloska, A. johnson, A. Goldman, J. Siegfried, M. Zimmy, V. Prodan . Thin! Raw: F. Wacaser, M. Ryder, C. Royet, F. Logan, E. Gaebe, S. Burnside, H. Kirschenbaum, M. McLaughlin, R. Wolfe, P. Lauchner, L. Frrzzell, NRdltGGldGS BTI MW!-:l CC MDllLLk . a e'e, . ou , . zosz, . iomasson, . e ge, . ummins, . rem , . m Serum! Row: D. Manby, j. Grundy, BMFisf1er, B. Tibbits, J. Hull, B. Livingstone, B. Wlieeler, A. Potter, J. Rosenthal, B. Bonner, M. John, J. Koebrich, S. K l C. W ' . A . C op on, enlg, ,I tor, J c ure . Bollam Rom: M. Rohling, C. Krasne, B. Cleek, M, Haan, F. Farr, j. Gates, M. Holmes, B. Croft, E. Easter, C. Allen, C. Stoloff, E. Niefman, B. Schier- meyer ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA OFFICERS President .... Vice-Preridevnf . Secretary .... T1'eas1n'e1' .. Alpha Lambda Delta is the only honorary organiza- tion open to freshman women. It was founded at the University of Illinois by Dean Maria Leonard in 1924 for the purpose of promoting high scholarship among freshman women. There are now forty-nine active chapters. Invitations to become members of Alpha Lambda Delta are extended to those women students making an average of 4.5 or better in their freshman year. Students making an average of 4. or over at ..... . .Fern Farr . . . .Margaret Haan . . . . .jean Gates . . .Martha Holmes the eight weeks are invited to a tea held by the actives to become better acquainted with the organization. Pledging and initiations are held each semester. The 1945 pledge class was the largest ever received into the local chapter, totaling 142. Members served as ushers at the 1945 Honors Day, and also sponsored a tea in November. Chapter Ad- visor is Mrs. joyce Faber, assistant Dean of Women. 439 :rv I 1 W I .- .xl ,. A .omaif ,L ,I Top Row: Frank Longgjoseph Grimmer, Theodore Scott, Rex Wiede1'anders, Thomas Hurysz, Samuel Campobello, LaVerne Anderson, Stanley Boe, Clyde House, Roger' Collar , Charles Thompson, Elmer Harmon, Pierce Lewis Serond Row: Irving Sloan, Charles Richey, Eldon Larson, Howard johnson, Leslie Henriques, Charles Ozell, Murray Babcock, Robert Adkisson, William Nyman, Arthur XVyatt, Edward Wfrckersham, Donald Hoyt, Philip Nicolosi Bottom Row." Seymour Sudar, David Rabinov, Ansel Gopaul, Thomas Koike, Frederick Zeisler, Kent Hobart, Richard Leighton, Harry Gille, Edward Murphy, james Leib, Dean Stafford CI-'ac. Adv.J, Robert Schreiber, Joe I.aPalornbara, Maurice McCrary, Sherman Mandel PHI ETA IGMA U - ,L Q N J ffl L f': Ei , -'M - A 1 - :fr :Ia .1 at : -g.:-i Wi, "" - ,5-fssxqi l Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary for freshmen men, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923 by Thomas Arkle Clark. Since its founding, chapters have sprung up all over the country in forty-nine leading colleges and universities. Its growth has not yet reached its peak, a fact which may be attested to by the numerous schools who are currently show- 440 ing interest in gaining a charter. The highlights 'of the Phi Eta Sigma year come at the two installations, the first in early winter and the second in early spring. The feature of the evening is the initiation banquet, at which time an outstanding personality from the campus speaks to the new in- itiates. Top Row: Richard Hebenstreit, Robert Mosborg, Harold Turner, Malcolm Pickett, Raymond DeBiase, Robert Henig, Robert Bohl I Baltom Row: Norton Chapin,-Roger Burtness, Harry Pedersen, Arthur Tiedemann, Loren Bannister, Arthur Leininger, Robert McK1nstry 'FAU BETA Pl 'Q Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Edward Higginson Williams, Jr. to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship in engi- neering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. The Illinois Alpha chapter of Tau Beta Pi was formed in the year 1897 and was the fifth chapter to be founded. At present there are 76 active chapters of Tau Beta Pi. 441 r Tuff Row: David Ryan, john Miles, Horace Macintire, Frank Holecck, john Fisherkeller, Michael Martus, Dale Greffe, Charles Starr, Clarence I-lam Seronsl Row: jared Davis, George Reynolds, Wayne Ring, William Herda, Ernest Frazier, Richard Piersol, james Bayne, Fred XVeiss, Stanley Sprague Ballom Raw: Julian Fellows, William Schultz, Harry Pederson, Norton Chapin, Fred Lofthouse, Paul Kuwahara, Lester Beck, Gerald jenkins, Robert Melicher, Mario Goglia Pi Tau Sigma had its beginning in 1915 when a group of mechanical engineers at the University of Illinois planned an honorary fraternity for members of that college. They accordingly formed the lirst chap- ter of an organization which would exist "to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, to stimulate Plll LAMBDA I' lL0 OFFICERS P1'eside11t ...... Q . . .Alfred L. Oppegard Vice-President. . . .... William B. Treumann Secretary. . . . . .William E. Parham T1'easzn'er ..... . . .Herbert E. Freier Alzl71117i Sec1'eta1'y. . . . . .William G. Jackson Faculty Advisor. . . .... Dr. R. I.. Frank 444 Pl nu lumix interest in co-ordinate departmental activites, and to promote the welfare of its members." It was to estab- lish a closer bond of fellowship among men in the study and profession of mechanical engineering, who by their achievements manifest a real interest and marked ability in their field. 'W Phi Lambda Upsilon was founded in 1899 at the University of Illinois for the purpose of promoting high scholarship and original investigation in all branches of pure and applied chemistry. The society has grown into a national organization comprising 39 chapters and over 10,000 members. Alpha chapter pro- motes the purposes of the organization by sponsoring lectures and awarding an annual prize to the sopho- more student in chemistry or chemical engeneering who maintains the highest scholastic average during his first three semester's work. In 1945 the award was given to a woman, Ann Ada Krull, for the first time on this campus. Top Row: F. M. Lesche, Dean Rexfotd Newromb, D. B. Lindsay, E. F. Toth, T. E. O'DonneII Butlom Row: J. M. Barrow, R. S. Schoenberger, S. M. Altay, C. E. Stade, j. C. Oberfranc, H. E. Crumrine Nat in Panel: C. P. Atkins GARGUYLE Gargoyle Society is a national honorary devoted to the recogniton of outstanding scholarship by under- graduates in the Department of Architecture. The Society was founded at Cornell University in 1902. The Illinois Chapter was organized in 1917. At the Illinois Chapter, those students who have high scholastic averages, and traits of character and personality which make their success in the archi- 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, the high- est scholastic rank, are asked to become members. There are eighteen active chapters of Kappa Tau Alpha. Chapter president for the year 1946 was Pro- fessor Lawrence VV. Murphy. tectural profession probable, are initiated during their junior or senior year. An initiation ceremony is conducted each semester, followed by a banquet. In addition to the semi-annual initiations, the Society sponsors occasional public lectures, banquets, and dances. Certificates are presented each year to the two freshman architects with the highest scholastic averages. KAPPA TAU ALPHA Mary Ellen Brown Nancy Kollman jean Herron John Davenport Theodore Kimble Warren Lutey Peggy O'Neil Muriel Weiner George Wilkins Alfred Gertler Barbara Nicklaus Mary Lou Roberts Elaine Sell Alice Walker 443 PHI BETA KAPPA Virginia Marion Barthel Mary Alice Lambert LaVerne S. Bloomberg jean Marion Lovendahl Mary McClure Edwards Beatrice Ann Marcus Jean Dorothy Finger Janice Mae Olbrich Lora Mae Griffith Bernice Lenore Ranz Wiliiia Lane Hollonbeck Phyllis Benson Roberts Harry Kantor Lorena Anne Ross Augusta Knoepfelmacher john A. Schumaker Alice Gene Koehler Mary Louise Shearer Carol XfVinifred Koepke Mary Christine Stevens Donald Maurice Koppel Rosanna Gordon Webster ili' M: Iii A -1? x i J I .......--f A in A . ' 'Ek 1 'f f ,.,., 6 ,, A 4 1 ,! -:,,..A.2 ., 'H ' t, 5 E125 f 2, if -1 U PHI BETA KAPPA Phi Beta Kappa was founded at YVilliam and Mary's College in 1776. It now has one hundred and forty- one active chapters. Phi Beta Kappa is one of the old- est known fraternities in existence and has pursued its aim to promote scholarship and friendship among students and graduates of American colleges. BETA GAMMA IGMA Emily F. Bevel' Judith G. Downs Shirley S. Getman Virginia L. Hiller Pauline Phillipi Merrill B. Scott AAAI." 111' nf. -Q fl -gli.: 1 L, Al Thomas R. Smith Margaret Stewart Mary P. Maushak Theodore P. Strunck Richard R. Teweles A A A BETA GAMMA SIGMA Beta Gamma Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois in the year 1913. Beta Gamma Sigma honors and encourages outstanding scholarship among stu- dents in the College of Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. 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 1946 was Prof. john Fred Bell. PHI KAPPA PHI Phi Kappa Phi, the only all-University scholastic honorary at Illinois, is open to eligible students from all colleges and schools of the University. The upper twentieth Cfive per centj or less of the graduating class restricts the membership. To be eligible for election, a student must be a senior. Phi Kappa Phi has fifty active chapters. jean Atchison Virginia jones Loren Bannister Joy King LaVerne Bloomberg Martin Koeclc Robert Bohl Frances Carlson Edward Colin Flora Correll Paula Crane Raymond Echt Lyda Mae Ecke Ida Mae Farlow Neil Flaherty Alice Ford Elizabeth Foster Lo1'a Griflith Richard Hart Richard I-Iebenstreit Robert Hennig jean Herron Virginia Hiller Carol Koepke Nancy Kollman Mary Lambert joseph La Palombara joan Lippincott Dorothy Litherland Robert Martinek Mary Mayhew Robert McKinstry Alice Ann Miles Robert Mosborg Janice Olbrich Peggy O'Neil Harry Pedersen Bernice Ranz Glenn Riddle Mark Robinson Q4 is --ii A 51 " - . 5- 'ixq , Lorena Ross Robert Schlesinger john Schumaker Merrill Scott Anna Setzekorn Robert Shapland Charles Simpson Harry Solomon Mary Stevens l Dana Stewart Margaret Stewart Mary Swisher Richard Teweles Ruth YVahlberg Robert VVear Rosanna Welbstei' Helen VVhitson Thomas Wofford Richard Worcester jack Zwemer H0 llllzllllll Allll PRUFESSIU AL KNOW THE FORMULA . . . P Take a university student, a co-operative spirit, and that will to do . . . result- "one more member in Honorary and Professional Organizations? It is these honoraries and professionals that draw together students of special fields. The romote ideals of friendshi , service, and lo alt , advocate Y P P Y Y learnin and achievement, and encoura e hi h standards. These students who S 8 S have an interest in progress will make the better citizens of tomorrow. The University of Illinois is indeed proud of the numerous honoraries and professionals and their members . . . they are a mark of advancement and ll' achievement. if Typ Raw: Westerhold, Phillips, Corzine, Larson, Schertz, Davidson, Tanner, Forgey, Roland, Ruble, Schilt Fifth Raw: Rundquist, Dungan, Pittman, Nickel, Witter, Link, Schuchmann, Stevens, Meyer, Ozier, Smiley, Merritt Folrrlh Row: Hrann, Keonxg, Patchett, Willke, Ulrey, Watkins, Drake, Schmidt, Hartel, Brighton Tlurd Row: Ritchie, Starkweather, Ruble, Harms, johnson, Howard, Bothe, Holmes, Sinclair, Watson, Linton Second Raw: Hernp, Schoone, Berry, Foster, Miller, Hall, Ford, Freeland, Houseman, Stewart, Se mour, Knater Fmnt Row: Watkins, Pratt, Gardner, Coleman, Dralle, Crawford, Carson, Kreiling, Jacobs, Lambert, Shiley AGRICULTURAL UL ll O F F I C E R S Presidevzt ..... .... J ohn Rundquist Vice-P1'eside11t .. ...... Robert Ford Sewetary . . . . .Waldemar Schmidt The Agricultural Club at the University of Illinois, with a membership of approximately 125 students, acts as the co-ordinator of student activities in the College of Agriculture. Holding the distinction of the oldest, one of the largest and most influential student organi- zations on the University of Illinois campus, the Agri- cultural Club celebratcd its fiftieth anniversary this year. The highlight of this year's activities was the celebration of the golden jubilee of the founding of the Agricultural Club. Regular monthly meetings were held during the school year with appropriate programs planned for 44 student interests. Through lectures by local and noted speakers, discussions, and movies, the Agricultural Club familiarizes the students with the various phases of agriculture and helps achieve its purpose of Utrain- ing agriculture students to be men of adfairs in later life." Each year the Agricultural Club sponsors the "All Agricultural Field Dayu, the "Little International", the intercollegiate judging teams, the spring judging contest, the All Agricultural Banquet and the Plow- boy Prom. ALPHA KAPPA P l Alpha Kappa Psi, the first and oldest commerce fra- ternity, was founded on October 5 , 1904, at New York University. Since 1904, fifty-nine student chapters have been installed in leading educational institutions throughout the country. The aims of Alpha Kappa Psi are "to further the in- dividual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and Hnanceg to educate the public to appreciate and de- mand higher ideals therein, and to promote and ad- vance in institutions 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 the Univer- sity of Illinois. 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 President ..... . . .George Heinrich Vice-President . . . . .Bill Carroll Secretary , . . . .Ted Strunck Treasznfev' . . . . .Frank Strikich Tap Row: Waldemar Erickson, Dick Shepard, Bill Carroll, Dick Zieman, Wes Peterson, Mel Sorenson, Howard Crowther, jim Geiger, Bob Wfenzlaff, Bob Bailey, Herschel Tummelson Second Row: Prof. Pembroke H. Brown, Norton Kristy, jerry Bartz, Walter Silarski, Bill Gallen, High Foster, Bob Bates, Charles McBride, George Heinrich, Howard Feldman Bottam Row: Wfillard Gahan, Joe Patrovski, Lyman Bonner, Warren Gustafson, Al Miller, Robert D. McKibbon, Frank Strikich, Ted Strunck, Dick Kosobud 449 Tap Row: T, Shedcl, Richard Hebenstreit, Robert Mosberg, Anthony Konstant, Robert Reinhard, W. Oliver, J. Clark Second Raw: Edwin Bly, Alan Ameel, Thomas Wofford, Laurence Breinin, Donald Swets, Elmer Walston, Malcolm Pickett, james Stallmeyer, Frank Bushman Boflagn Row: Fred Reimers, james Perry, William Curtis, Dalton Hoskins, Dale Sheldon, Harold Turner, John Fee, jerry Gitre Nat m Panel: Arnold Dunham, M. Tigrak, Muhittin Ozyurt Since the spring of 1922 when Chi Epsilon was founded on the University of Illinois campus it has become one of the largest honorary societies for civil engineers. Scholarship, character, personality, and so- ciability are traits which the society endeavors to de- velop. The basic objective of the fraternity is to increase the efficacy of the civil engineering profes- sion as an instrument of social betterment by gather- CHI EP ILO ing together a nucleus of capable men of high stand- ards who will apply the widening scientific principles to the practical needs of society. Chi Epsilon sponsors dances, lectures, and engineering forums. The officers are: Robert Reinhard, president, Harold Turner, vice- presidentg Malcolm Pickett, secretary, Dale Sheldon, corresponding secretary, and William Curtis, treas- urer. -66 3'5- 40 'cr Top Raw: Benjamin Earhart, Theodore Strunk, Charles Ozell, Robert Pittman, Aubrey McPherson Jr., Robert Leach, Billy Stcfly, Gerald Sears, Robert Wenzlali' Third Row: Marjorie Seidel, Lila Anderson, Lorraine Mansell, Virginia Bowton, Dorothy Weinz, Isaac Little, Ben Shorr, Cesar Ferreira Secami Row: Ruth Loveless, Effie Corniels, Betty McCreacly, Mary Albright, Anne Butler, Peg Bannon, Pauline Phillippi, Wilma Pratt Botfom Row: Doreen Warman, Beatrice Erhardt, Mary Cole, Doris Kessler, Emily Bever, Alice Mottley, Barbara Dickson, Dorothy' Seeber ACUUUNTANCY CL B The Accountancy Club was established in 1924 at the University of Illinois to foster and maintain a sin- cere interest in the accounting science. Four meetings are held each semester, at which either faculty mem- bers or businessmen speak on subjects of interest to accountancy students. Entrance requirements for stu- dents at present is two semesters of accountancy. All 40 accounting professors are members of the club. Robert P. Hackett, assistant dean of the College of Commerce, is the sponsor of the organization. The ofiicers this year were: president, Wilma Pratt, vice- president, Ted Strunk, secretary-treasurer, Barbara Dickson. Top Row: Louis Macchiavello, Charles Richey, Robert Bohon, Dale Teel, Robert Phelps, Seymour Sudar, Stelio Cembrano Barlow Roux' William Langdon, Leonard Stidley, Albert Humphrey, XVilliam Armstrong, Loren Bannister, Norman Carr il. l. C. E. The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, founded at the University of Michigan in 1922, promotes fellowship and profes- sional spirit among chemical engineering students. There are now seventeen active members. Current events and developments of the profession are dis- cussed at the bi-weekly meetings and prominent chemical engineers are invited to lecture. To further acquaint the student with his classmates, numerous social affairs are held, climaxed by a farewell banquet. Seniors enrolled in chemical engineering are eligible for membership, however, underclassmen may attend the meetings and lectures. Top R11w.' R. Mosborg, J. Clark, A. Konstant. R. 'Hehenstrcit, J. Henberger, R. Kimmons, j. Wilkie, H. Danforth, T. Lucht, J. Pickett P Bredow C. Berkel, J. Gitre, J. Fee, 'l. Shedd Secozld Rolii: 'C. Ege,,C. Moore, E. Bly, R. Stone, F. Reimers, B. Levey, C. Raney, E. Woffortl, G, Huff, L. Breinin, D. Swets, L. Mashaw, E. Walston, F. Bushman, j. Woods, R. Smith, R. Reinhard, B. Crawford Boltum Row: O. Brig s, W. Curtis, 1. Rastede, H. liurner, D.. Smith, R. Brown, R. johnson, R, Wiedow, J. Biggers, R. Punderson, A. Ameel, R. Butfer, XV. Dopps, j. Stallmeyer, D. Hoskins, D. Sheldon The A.S.C.E. chapter at the University of Illinois, one of the largest in the United States, seeks to ac- quaint students with the practical aspects of civil engineering. It familiarizes the engineering student with the purpose, procedure, and objectives of a pro- fessional society, and fosters a fraternal relationship among its members. At the bi-monthly meetings, speeches by the count1'y's foremost civil engineers and slide lectures are given. The Society arranges and sponsors inspection trips. This year's officers arc: Dale Sheldon, president, Harry Breinin, vice-president, Dalton Hoskins, secretary, Edwin Bly, treasurer. james Clark is faculty advisor. 451 1:21 1 T? Row: I.. Koch, O. Augustine, R. Schlehnher, G. Blom, G. Wehrle, J, Fisherkeller, W. Rahe F1 tb Row: J. Ogden, R. Hennig, Beard, L. Beck, W. Ring, H . Roland, S. Sprague Fulfrlb Raw: W. Judson, J., Fairchild, A. McCormick, A. Odegarcl , N. Chapin, H. Pedersen Third Raw: R. Kern, G. Fisher, C. Johnson, W. Nesteruk, R. Ah ern, F. Weiss Second Raw: G. Thielemann, J. Staab, W. Stratton, J. Ba ne, H. Stevens, R. Gillis, W. Eddleman Bottom Row: K. Trigger, A. Ormsbee, R. Piersol, G. Jeniiins, J. Johnson, XV. Herda, P. Curry, XV. Amherg The Student Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers functions primarily for the purpose of familiarizing the beginning 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 regular meetings, significant develop- ments and new ideas pertaining to Mechanical Engi- neering are presented and discussed. To further acquaint the student with recent trends in Mechanical Engineering, the parent society pub- lishes a monthly periodical which contains informa- tive and interesting articles. Members of the Student Branch are eligible to com- pete for various prizes and awards. l Top Row: Deiro Desmond, Seth Fisher, Leonard Weinberg, John Reigle, William Mann, Roger Burtness, Richard Steacy, Charles McMillen Sworn! Roni: Johnson Nye, Nathan Wlilcoxon, Robert Crane, James Card, Dale Haskins, Bruce Robinson, Richard Hatheld, Wayne Maddux Bullum Roux' Robert Gryh, Joseph Hayden, Floyd Cassidy, Donald Rimbey, Arthur Leininger, John Lancaster, Robert McKinstry I il l Ig C iE I "The electrical industry of the future will depend upon the college student. How shall he prepare him- self to measure up to the new demands?" This is only one of the many problems which pre- sents itself at the frequent meetings of the student chapter of the Institute. Every young student engi- 452 neer joins his fellows in the kind of co-operation which underlies progress in the individual and in the industry. The meetings are of varied types and include stu- dent get-togethers as well as lectures by the faculty and representatives of industry. Top Row: Helen Cline, Ruth Stark, Blanche Popelka, Dottie Carlyon, Mary Moore, Marion Hoppe, Claire Kulesza Serond Row: Bett Garner, Marilyn Nathan, Renee Maruszcak, Virginia Metzger, Dorothy Dolan, Lucille Magnusson Bolfam Row: Barham Lanman, Phyllis Johnson, Jo Ann Astor, Ginny Bereiter, jean Lopm, Vivian johnson, Ieane Glasgow ALPHA Pl DELTA In carrying out its three-fold purpose, to oHier ser- vice to the scouting program, to the community, and to the University, Alpha Pi Delta, College Service Scout: organization, has helped with local scouting activities and with service programs on the campus. Girls reluctant to break contact with Girl Scouting while in college, continue in the advanced scouting experiences offered to them by Alpha Pi Delta. Its membership is offered to all University of Illinois coeds who are interested in exchanging scout experiences. Top Row: Phylis Brown, Mary Homrighous, Ruth Barnett, Shirley Tomisck, Carol Andich, Clara Zwick, Elaine Liplcin Bollom Row: Harriet Satz, jean Klein, Billie McCray, Prof. Russell Tylor ldeceasedl, Seena Minkus, Bernice Baskin, Dorothy Sachsel Gamma chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, national sociology honorary, was established on this campus in 1928, to promote an interest in sociology, research in social problems, and activities leading to human wel- fare. Graduate students in sociology and others having a four point University average, with eight hours of sociology credits or six hours with current enrollment A LPHA KAPPA DELTA in two additional courses, may become candidates for membership. Regular meetings are held once a month, and initiation dinners, in the spring and fall. There are at present 46 active members. The oflicers are Seena Minkus, president, Billie McCray, vice-presi- dent, Bernice Baskin, secretary-treasurer. 453 lllllllll E00 0ll'IlC CLUB All girls enrolled in the home economics curriculum are eligible for membership in the Isabel Bevier Home Economics Club. The purpose of the monthly meet- ings is to acquaint the g'rls with the leading personali- ties of their field. A new feature-Freshman Home Economics Club, encourages freshman girls to take part in the activities of the club and college. Wiener roasts, joint dances, parties and meetings with the Agriculture Club give students enrolled in the School of Agriculture an opportunity to become better acquafnted with their class-mates. All-Ag Field Day, an all University function sponsored by the Agricul- ture students, was resumed again this year. Another highlight of the year was the Plowboy Prom. During Mztherls Day weekend, the members have a tea to honor their mothers. The year draws to a close with the spring banquet, at which the newly-elected oflicers are introduced. OFFICERS P1'e.vide1zt ...... .... B etsy Kindred Vice-President . . . . .Roberta Pritchard Secretary . ..Helen Hurd T1'easm'e1' . . . . .Ruth Jaques Tap Row: L. Hinton, P. Beavers, W. XVhitton, M. Binkley, M. Handlin, L. Schrader, B. Braden, F. Henderson, D. Brunskill, H. Meyers, J. Bajak, P. Strong, D. Heeren, R. Green, M. Jacobson, E. Icenogle, J. Ashlizy, E. Elliott, L.. Holmes, Swarm, B. McCully, E. Miller l l Third Row: J. Larson, A. Eberle, J. Bland, Bartel, A. Miles, M. ranke, B. Martin, R: Robinson, A. Profrock, H. Wolcott, M. Wrigley, XV. Sward, R. Fitz- patrick, M. Newburn, R. Davis, L. Reh ein, J. Homm, B. Long, M. H. Roe, H. Nifong, L. Konzen, R. Webb, G. Musgrave . S d R 1: D. M d d E. Chum, M. Ar cnbri ht, S. Halcott, M. M. Keller, L. J. Athey, L. Phelps, S. Smith, H. Manner, V. Kmet, J. Chamberlain, en orp, g g A RMB. Mdgkey, A. Jiicobsen, R. Mains, E. Streid, M. V. Guthrie, G. Anderson, J. R. Stahl, M. Fox, G. Reeder, R. Edson, M. Evans, V. Mero, M. Stewart, F. K' el h fer , , , . Bottom Rgiui' OM. W. Peebles, R. Disbrow, C. Wildman, M. Warren, L. Monroe, C. Myers, L. Rice, J. Dierkes, H. Hurd, R. Jaques, R. Pritchard, B. Km- dred, H. Lehman, L. Ross, W. Taylor, D. Price, H. Taft, J. Hickman, D. Krouse, B. Grah, E. Strecker, R. Wfatanbe, A. Rice, S. Karlan, I. Fulton 454 tain, presents an informal musicale each month, and IGMA ALPHA l0Tll Sigma Alpha Iota is a professional music fraternity for University women. Membership is based largely on scholarship and musical progress. S.A.I. has been particularly active in presenting mu- sical work and programs. An all Chopin concert was given in connection with the 7th War Loan Drive which netted over 352,000 in war stamps and bonds. The chapter sends talent to Chanute Field to enter- has a radio program every Saturday morning at 11:30 over WILL. Two public recitals a year are given. Each year, the chapter awards the pledge cup to the most outstanding pledge of the year, the Honor Certificate for having the highest grade-average of any senior for four years of college work, and the Swords of Honor. This local group received the Chapter Achievement Award for being the most out- outstanding chapter of the year. O F F I C E R S President ....... . . ..... Mary Lou Hayes Vice-Presidevzt .. .... Marion Sanford Secvfemry ..... . . .Charlene Gates T1'easm'e1' . . . .Ruth Hutter Top Row: joan Guard, Anne Burster, Rose Minnis, Flossie Punke, Mary Carpenter, Ruth Hutter, Marion Sanford, I..ois Horning, Lois Stern, Carolyn Schertz, Bonnie Flenniken, S lvia Sitavich Serum! Raw: jean Block, Rita Stiles, jane jordan, Doyne Hissong, Vir inia Baker, Dorothy Rundle, Martha Gruba, Doris Dugan, Marilyn Hannah, Nina Huffaker, Marie Marek, Mary Hayes, Iileanorr: Dowling, Lois Zornig, ilellie McLafferty Bolforq Row: Aline Fairbanks, Patricia Smith, Charlene Gates, Anna Wliite, Leota Kerres, Marjorie Galutia, Letitia Wimberly, Marvoureen Brauman, Martha Pxchon, Betty Durham, Mariella Mapes, Josephine Lindsay, Marguerite I.a ning, Neva Miner, Lorena Ross, june Bangert 455 Tllll PAIHULR El Ciculo de Espanol CThe Spanish Clubj was founded about 1907 as the Circzzlo Literario Espanol by Professor john D. Fitzgerald. It has held a long and varied career since then and has sponsored many Spanish plays, movies, and lectures. The Spanish Club now meets bi-monthly and its meetings are attended by about two to three hundred students and faculty members. The club also sponsors a declamation con- test in Spanish every year in collaboration with the Spanish honorary fraternity, Sigma Delta Pi. This year the club's programs, all of which are con- ducted in Spanish, have included a talk on the Civil War in Spain by visiting Professor Iglesia of Madrid, Spain, plays and skits by Spanish students, group singing of Spanish and Latin American songs, a Hesta, including a Latin American Hoor show, the presenta- tion of a Mexican movie, a piano recital of Spanish music by Senora Iglesia, a debate, Spanish folk dances, and a recital of Negro poetry of the Antilles by Senor Ortiz. OFFICERS President ........................ Ramona Lubej ko Vice-President . . . Secretary ...... Trenszzrei' .... . . . . .Jacqueline Olson . . . . .Harry Kantor . . . . .Nancy Bruce l 456 llllllll DELTA Pl The purposes of the national organization of Sigma Delta Pi are to promote a wider knowledge and greater love for the Hispanic contributions to modern cultureg to stimulate a greater interest on the part of our stu- dents in colleges and universities of the United Statesg to foster friendly relations and a cooperative spirit be- tween the nations of Hispanic and English speechg and to reward those who show special attainments and interests. Each year the national officers assume the responsi- bility of planning a general program of activities in which each chapter may participate. Our local chap- ter each year sponsors a reception for Latin-American students on campus so that we may become better ac- quainted with their ideals and culture. Active membership includes university students who are nominated on a basis of high scholarship in a spe- cific amount of academic work in Spanish. Honorary members are members of the Spanish staff and other scholars of Hispanic culture. OFFICERS President . . . . . .Virginia K. Clutter Sewfetary . . . .... Ramona Lubejko Treaszzrer . . . ....... Jean Klein Top Row Alison Symon Phyllis Peskmd, Barbara Atkinson, Eleanor Pickett Boifom Row Marion Berkowitz Mrs Ruth Fosnaugh, Virginia Clutter, Jean Klein, Ramona Lubejko, Alma Pitzele B i if 1 F? i '52 H l Top Row: T. E. Benner, M. C. Hartley, E. H. Reeder Botfom Row: Mary McDougle, Margaret Lewis, Ira Still, Viola Dueringer Kappa Delta Pi was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911 by William Bagley, Truman Kelley, and Stephen Calvin. The society's three-fold objective is scholarship, an educational profession, and the de- velopment of the power to serve. Its policies, ad- ministrative machinery, meetings, publications, and investments have all been developed in the interest of KAPPA DELTA Pl these purposes. It is the only national coeducational honor society in American education that includes undergraduate and graduate students and members of the education and allied faculties., Alpha Chapter maintains a loan fund. It makes an annual award to the outstanding senior in the College of Education. Toll Row: Jack Melamed, Irving Sloan, William Allen, Bennet Berman, David Rabinov, Fred Elesh SE'L'0ll!4' Roux' Edward Lennon, Marshall Cherkas, Victor Horvitz, Meyer Gunther, julian Miller, Arthur Mills Bollnm Rauf: Kate Selan, Charlotte Christie, Herman Sturman, Dolores Schwartz, Lucille Pr zanski No! in Panel: Stuart Bonem, Arthur Demeter, Maynard Pullman, Marshall Orloff, Sam Schiliy UMEGA BETA Pl Omega Beta Pi, a pre-medical honorary fraternity, was founded at the University of Illinois to further the interests of the pre-medical students on the University of Illinois campus, to provide a social outlet for them, and to spur their intellectual activities. A scholarship award is presented to the freshman pre-med making the highest average. A shelf of pre- med books and bulletins from the leading medical 458 schools in the United States is maintained in the Zoology Library. Omega Beta Pi also presents a lec- ture series. The staff of oflicers include: Herman Sturman, president, Dolores Schwartz, vice-president, julian Miller, secretary, Meyer Gunther, treasurer, and Vic- tor Horvitz, historian. Tap Rauf: Wilrna Pratt, Eleanor Swanson, Emily Frank Bever, Pauline Philippi, Loretta Rueter, Helen Mitchel, Catherine McGinnis, Dolores Underwood Serum! Raw: Doreen Warman, Shirley German, Betty jane Borchers, Nadine Cameron, Barbara Dickson, Patricia McGuire, Barbara Besenfelder, Marguerite Rietveld, Patricia Bunyan Bottom Row: Margaret Bannon, Lila Andersen, Nelle jane Burroughs, Mary Albright, Mary Maushak, Mary Jeanne Verclun, jean Voigt PIII CHI 'l'IIIl'l'll Phi Chi Theta is a professional organization for girls -enrolled in the College of Commerce. The purpose is to promote the cause of higher business education and training for all women. Sigma Chapter, one of the 'twenty-five active chapters over the nation, has rush- ing, pledging, and initiation for selected girls once each SCITlCStC1'. Each prospective pledge must have at I 'ff 5 I 5 :I J , . least sophomore standing and a 3.3 all university av- erage. Teas are given for the commerce instructors and students, the organization also sponsors lectures. Through the planning and execution of these func- tions, the spirit of co-operation, a necessary quality for business women, is encouraged. Top Rauf: Merval Franke, Winilred Combs, Dorothy Brunskill, Wahneta Taylor, Marjorie Lolltus Setaml Row: Ruth Johnston, Eleanor Hallowell, Ruth Jaques, Alice Ford, Allene Eberle, Mary Tate, Barbara Reeder Balmrlz Rauf: Esther Siemen, Arlene Grove, Maxine Keneipp, Laura Kindred, Lois Tendick, Mary Stevens, Georgia Reeder PHI Phi Upsilon Omicron, a national professional or- ganization, was founded at the University of Minne- sota in 1909 for the purpose of establishing and -strengthening the bonds of friendship, promoting the moral and intellectual development of its members, and advancing and promoting Home Economics. One of its projects is the collecting of material for the biog- I' ILO IIIIIICIHI raphy of Miss Isabelle Bevier, former head of the De- partment of Home Economics at Illinois and a pioneer and outstanding leader. Another project is the dress- ing of a figurine in the prevailing fashion of the year. These figurines are on display in the second Hoor of the Women's Building. 459 Top Raw: John Raushenberger, Art Fairman, William Pusey, George Foster, Charles A. Dietemann Third Row: Atha Tehon, Betty Keeran, Jane Burke, ,Ioan Lippincott, Nancy Gray, Irene Krull Second Row: Marilyn Sedgwick, Ellen Attehery, Peigy Hackett, Margaret Anderson, Margery Fairbank, Martha Gullett Bollom Raw: Georgann Logsdon, Peggy Sherwood, lizabeth Turner, Betty Dean, Gerry Sutzer, Maryanne Essenpreis, Marilyn Chapman Organized on April 1, 1927, the Illustrators, a so- cial-professional fraternity, fosters the ideals and in- terests of art and artists outside the regular curriculum of the classroom. It places a mark of distinction on the undergraduate who has shown unusual ability and interest in the Held of art. Activities consist of pledging, formal initiation, mixers, smokers, receptions for prominent lecturers, and picnics. Illustrators reinstated the Fine Arts Cos- tume Ball as a major dance. The Illustrators promote good fellowship between the students and faculty. Officers include Betty Kee- ran, president, Ellen Attebery, vice-president, Nancy Gray, secretary, and Atha Tehon, treasurer. T011 Row: Elaine Lipkin, Bernard Selby, Bernice Ranz, Norton Kristy, Shirley Tnmisek, Shirley Summers, Alice Koehler U Swarm' Row: Phyllis Nathanson, Eleanore Levy, Paula Crane. Audrey Bernard, Norma jean Clark, Charlotte Tanton, Lucille Nelson, Marvaret Claxton Bozrom Barbara Colen, Rosaline Grebetz, Bernice Baskin, Mary Alice Pfeilfer, Jeanne Starkey, Seena Minkus, Mary Ellen Mitchell, jean K ein Not in Panel: Flora Case, Peggy Himes, Margaret Pope, Harriet Satz, jean Rosellini, Frances Newton Carlson, Dorothy Dibble, Milton Rahde, Helena Znamecki, Verna Wilson, Paul Ellis Pl Ulll Psi Chi, the psychology club, is a national honorary society, composed of psychology majors and minors, with grades in upper third in psychology and upper half in other subjects. Its oiiicers for 1945 are: presi- dent, Seena Minkus, vice-president, Jeanne Starkey, secretary-treasurer, Mary Alice Pfeiffer, membership 460 chairman, Mary Ellen Mitchell, publicity chairman, Bernice Baskin. The faculty advisor is Dr. A. J. Smith. The club's major social event is a biennial initiation banquet at which one of the outstanding professors of the department is asked to speak. Top Row: Carol Schaffner, Corinne Williams, Betty Norberg, Sara Linsley, Phyllis Peskind, Alice Ann Walker, jean Herron Bollom Rau-'.' Chemie Abrams, Peggy Kesling, Peggy O'Ncil, Nancy Kollman, Mildred Lindsay, Marilyn Murray, Ruth Seen THETA IGMA PHI The purpose of Theta Sigma Phi, professional fra- ternity, is to make definite contributions to the cause of bettering journalism and to assist its members to achievement in the field of Journalism. Pi chapter at the University of Illinois is one of 42 student chapters on college campuses all over the United States. Pi chapter will revive many of its old traditions this year. Spring will find it sponsoring the Matrix table again, a tradition postponed during the war. This function brings together the members and their guests, interested in journalism, for dinner and an address by a prominent speaker working in some branch of journalism. Top Row: Shirley Dean, jackie Kimbark, Alice Wolff, Royce Goforth, Mary Kruh Sefond Raw: Maw Ann Glidden, Harriet Schmunk, Mrs. Hunter, Marjorie Brown, Barbara Gulley, Norma Lee Whitten Boflom Raw: Carolyn Dallenbach, Shirley Rubenzik, Marty Claxton, Ruth Lewis, Mary Anne Allen, Dorothy Bremer, Jeanette Rey' nolds Zeta Phi Eta, a national Professional Speech Arts fraternity, was founded at Northwestern in 1893. Tau chapter at Illinois was founded in 1937. The purpose of the organization is to encourage high standards of speech among women, and to promote and maintain worthy dramatic and speech enterprises. In keeping ZETA PHI ETA with this national policy Tau chapter undertakes, as one of its main projects of the year, an event called the Curtain Raiser. At this time the organization brings to the campus some noted person as a speaker. This year Major Gen. Claire Chennault of the "F lying Tigers" was brought to the campus by Zeta Phi Eta. 461 Pl M EPSILU an Top Row: john Rcigle, Anthony Konstant, Richard Hebenstrcit, john Crandell. Sevmour Levine. Robert Bohl, james Bayne SL'L'0Ifff.1g01U:i Allen Ormsbee, Willianu Herda, Frederick Reimers, Dale Sheldon, Malcolm Pickett, Roger Burtness, Elmer Walson, Robert ffln 'IRI' Bofrom Row: Robert Mcliinstry, Harry Pedersen, Raymond DeBiase, Charles McMillen, Albert Humphrey, Stanley Sprague, Wzxyne Ring Sigma Tau was founded February 22, 1904, when a group of upperclassmen of the Engineering College of Nebraska held a banquet and announced the or- ganization of a new group of civil engineering stu- dents. After two meetings in the fall of 1903, the or- ganization broached the matter to other engineers, Ben Aycock William Bailey Richard Ball Robert Bauman LaVerne Bloomberg Marie Boddy Thomas Brahana Sam Burson Marlyn Brock Robert Chambers Robert Clark Nelson Easton Robert Ehmann Robert Emmiclc Isaac Feldman Helen Hoffman Aileen Hostinsky Leon Hough Ming Lee 462 Margaret Lewis Jeanette Lindsay Martha McPheeters Seymour Meisel Frances Morfoot jean Picard Mark Robinson Jewell Schubert Omar Sidebottom Warren Smith Gardner Stacy Gunther Stent Seymour Sudar William Treumann Elmer Trumbull Fred VVoodward VVill Worley john Young IGMA TAU and invited the advice of certain members of the fac- ulty. In 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. Pi Mu Epsilon was founded at Syracuse Uni- versity in the year 1914. Pi Mu Epsilon seeks to honor outstanding scholarship and interest in mathematics. Only upperclassmen of the high- est scholastic rank become members. There are forty active chapters of Pi Mu Epsilon. AIIVEIITI I G A ll I DEX INDEX or ADVERTISERS Advertisers Deere, john . .. Page Engineering Company .... Underwood Corporation .... Block 81 Kuhl Company, of Illinois ..... Associated Military Stores, Incorporated ..... .... Besly, Charles H. 8: Company... Cable Piano Company .... Sexton, john B. 8: Company. . . IVeber Dental Manufacturing Company ..... .... Chicago Bridge 84 Iron Company Garland B. Fletcher Studios.. . Grubb, G. R. St Company. . .. Gregg College, The .... Olan Mills Studios . . . . Pantagraph Printing 8a Stationery Buscy First National Bank .... Illini Publishing Company Company .... .... 465 467 467 469 471 471 471 471 47 3 475 475 475 47 7 477 479 481 481 Ly 0. A 380 119 396 106 Aaron, Charlotte H. ..... 40, 136, 385 Aaron, T. E. .................. 333 Abbott, Mary R. .... ........ 2 14 Abcfg, M. G. .... .. 265 Abe s, Norma. E. .... 361 Abelson, M. A. ..... .. 338 Aberg, Sylvia H. .... , ..... 424 Abrahams, J. .... ........ 1 11 Abrams, Chemie . . .... 364, 461 Abrams, H. J ..... ..... 3 19 Abrams, H. K., ..... .... 3 92 Abrams, L. G. ....... .. 543 Acconntanry Club . . , .. 450 Ackelmire, F. W. .... .. 328 Ackerman, Shirley A.. .. 373 Ackerman, P. J. ...... . . . . 432 Acliriliei .......... ......... 1 32 Acton, R, D. ................. 328 Adair, Helen L., ....... 40, 162 375 Adams, Elizabeth J. ............ 354 Adams, J. ......,............ 341 Adams, jean A. ...... .. 425 Adams, Joyce .... . . .. 411 Adams, Lula H. .... . . . . . 416 Adams, R. E ,... .. ......... 341 Adams, R. C. ................. 262 Adams, R. H. .......... 40, 228 316 Addis, Marilyn M.. ........... 389 Adelbcrg, Mae J .... . ....... 587 Adelson, L. H ..... .... 3 22 Adkisson, R. A.. .. .... . . 440 Adminhrlralion . . . ..... . . 14 Adsit, Janis E. ............. 107 383 Ad1'z'v'Ii,rv1'J ................... 464 Agase, L. . ....... 280, 298, 311 340 Agnew, Harriet ............... 253 Agnew, M. L. ................. 405 Agostine, R. ........ . . . 340 flg1'fz'l4flIH'L', College of .... ,. 34 Agricl1lf11rz' Club ...... . .. . 448 Agrimllurifl, The . . . .... . 230 Ahern, R. .E ...... .... .... 4 0 452 Aidem, Mildred G .... ..... 3 85 Aikman, Mariella , . . ..... . 401 .Ako1, H. ............ ....... 3 26 Albert, Dorothy J. ........., 249 252 Albertson, Lois j. .............. 387 Albrecht, Miriam J. ......... 40 410 Albright, Mary H, ..... 401, 450 459 Alcenif ..................... 416 Alcock, Margaret K .......... . . . 368 Alessio, L. ........... 100, 114 115 Alexander, Esther .............. 380 Alexander, M, ............ 119 125 Alexander, Margaret . .. ..... . 416 Alexander, M. J. ..... .... 2 49 Alexander, R. ..... .... 9 2 125 Alexander, S. E. ....... ...... 3 44 Alexander, Wm. M.. . .. . 529 Alford, Millie J. ..... .. 400 Allan, R. S. ........ 422 Allard, Gertrude . .. . . . .384 Allard, Vivian ..... ......... 4 14 Allegan, Rena F. ............... 419 Allen, Billie J. ................. 366 Allen, Charlotte A. .... 175, 373 439 Allen, Dellom .............. 40 427 Allen, Hazel M. .... .......... 4 01 Allen, Helen E.. . . .. . 451 Allen, J. ..,.... ........ 2 53 Allen, j. S. ...... .......... 2 41 Allen, Mary A.. .. .... 40, 136 207 361, 461 Allen, R. B.... ...... 91 Allen, R. ....... ........... 1 08 Allen, R. ..,..... .... 9 1, 123 130 Allen, James ....... ...... 1 14 115 Allen, j. Stewart ........ 335 Allen, W. W. ..... .... 4 58 423 Allison, J, ....... .... 3 92 309 Allott, Helen ...... ...... 3 89 Alplm Chi Omega. .. ..... 354 Alpha Chi Rho ..... 317 Alpha Clvi Sigma .... . . . 318 Alpha Della Pi ...... . . . 355 Alpha Ejuilan Iam. .. .. 118 Alpha .Ejuilon Phi .... . . 356 Alpha Gnrrznzn Della .... .. 357 Alpha Gzmlmlz Rho. , . .. 350 Alpha Kappa Alpha.. .. 321 Alpha Kappa Dflm ............ 453 Alpha Kappa Kappa ............ 106 Alpha Kappa Lambda..189, 520, 351 Alpha Lambda Delta .......... 439 .Alflbrz Omega ................ 120 Alpha Omega Alpha .... .. 118 Alpha Ozlzirron Pi . . . .. 358 Alpha Phi ......... ... 359 Alpha Phi Alpha .... 441 Alpbn Pi Della ..... ., 453 Alpha Rho Chi ..... 322 Alpha Tan Omega. .. ..,.. 323 Alpha Xi Delta, , .... ....... 3 60 Altman, A. ....... ..... 1 00, 120 464 I Alpern, C. ...... . . . . Altay, Sakip M.. .. .,. Altpeter, Betty J. ....... . Alcschul, Sol .......... 92, 110 Alzmmi AJ'.f0CiLlfi0fI ..... Amaxhcr, Leona B. ......... 409 Amachcr, Phyllis M. ......... . Ambcrg, W. ................ . Amee1, J. ......... 40, 264, 450 Amenqnn Lmzimte af Elerlriral Engineering .... ............ American Legion ........ .... , . Am-ericun Pbarmfzcenfiml Anorin fmn ....... . ..... . . ........ '92, 110, Ame:-iqan ,Sfaviely of Merlzmniml Engineering .... ........... Amerman, H. A. . . ....... .. . Anderhous, B. ............... . Anderlnk, R. E. ........ 292, 293 Andersen, Lila M. ............ . Anderson, Annette ............. Anderson, Barbara Jane . . . . . . Anderson, Barbara jean. . . , . . Anderson, C. .......... . . . Anderson, C. ......... . . . Anderson, C. V. ..... .... . Anderson, C. M. ....... ...... . Anderson, Corrine P.. . . .. .21S, Anderson, D. E. .........,... 40 Anderson, Dorothy I.. ,. .. .. . Anderson, Dorothy L. .... .... . Anderson, Gertrude R, .......... Anderson, Grace L. ......... 454, Anderson, Helen L. .... ...... . Anderson, Jane ........ ....... Anderson, jean ................ Anderson, John ........... 115, Anderson, LaVerne Eric. .... 182, Anderson, Lila ............ 402, Anderson, L. W. ............ 40, Anderson, Margaret H. ...... 431, Anderson, Mary A. ..... ...... . Anderson, Mary ..... ..... Anderson, Ma S. ..... .... . Anderson, Milgredlj.. . . . . . . . . . Anderson, Nancy . ........ 266, Anderson, Norma S. .... ...... . Anderson, Phyllis .... ..... 1 05, Anderson,R.j.... Anderson, R. W.. .. . . . . . Anderson, R. K .... .. Anderson, R. G. ...... .. . Anderson, Shirley L ..... ..... Anderson, Vesta E .... .......... Anderson, Wilberta J. ......... . Anderson, W. E. ........... 261, Andich, Carol .... 40, 136, 168, 199. 244, 356, Andresen, R. L. ............... , Andrews, Alice E. .... ....... . Andrews, Betty V.. . . . . . Andrews, Marcella . . . . . Andrews, Sylvia ...,. . . . Andrews, Norma J. ........... . Andrews, R. L. ............... . Andrews, Virginia M.. ..4O, 200, Andrews, W. ........... . . . Angus, Barbara J.. .. . Annan, Eunice R.. . . . Annegers, Barbara . . . Anovitz, Phyllis L.. .. Anthony, Barbara .... Antonio, M. ..... . Antrim, O. A. .... , Apblett, Maxine L.. . . Apoynn, Alice V .... . Appel, Norma A. ..... . Appelle. Suzanne .... . Appen, J. A. ......... . Applebaum, Maforie Applegate, Priscilla R... 113, .....221, 207, 245, .....255 L. ....... . , Q Aram, H. ............ .... 9 2 Ardern, Ester M, Arenson, Leona I. .... ....,.. . Arenson, R. E. ............... . Arepo ....................... Argenbright, Mary A.. .230, 355 Argenbright, Zelln B... ,....107 Armcntrout, Jean E. ........ Armita e anice E , J .. .. Armoug, Sally F. .... . .. . ..'.i55' 1 Q Armour, Shirley A, .......... 40 Armstrong, M. Kathryn ....... Armstrong, Martha C...40, 194 Armstrong, Nancy J. ........ 266 Armstrong, Patricia ............ Armstrong, T. R. .... ...... . Armstrong, W. R. ... .. . .40 1 Army . . . Arne, Aileen M.. . . Arnold, C. J. .... . Arnold, Rita I.. .. Arnold, R. ...... , Arseny, Olga E .... Asbury, C. E .... .. Asch , M. ..... . .....387 ll 121 443 361 121 23 439 423 452 451 452 178 116 452 182 392 311 459 360 388 405 108 234 323 412 389 337 380 399 359 416 389 393 360 126 440 450 337 460 408 375 384 399 393 409 107 333 249 347 249 362 399 107 342 170 453 429 199 411 425 428 40 324 409 125 367 372 381 421 376 423 265 421 387 395 370 412 382 409 106 421 424 344 241 454 391 381 391 357 357 290 362 383 425 320 451 270 402 375 439 120 431 251 112 X Ascherman, Corinne . . . Ascherman, G. .... . Ascherman, Jeannette Ascherman, Ioan L.. Ascherman, J. C. . .. Ash, Mildred ..... Ash, Ruth E. Ashe, D. ........ . Ashby, jane L .... .. Asherman, G. ....... . Ashkanazy, Jeanne L.. . . Asmus, E. W., Jr.. . Asmus R . , . C. ..... . Atchison, Jean .... Atch ley, D. H... Atherton, L, .... . .. Athey, Lila J. .... . . Albleticf ....... Atkins, C. P. Atkins, D. R. ...... . Atkins, Lorraine S.. .. Atkinson, Barbara J.. 230. .. .41 176, 177, 184, 185, 194, Atkinson, Constance C ...... Ator, Jo Arm ..... Attebezgr, Ellen J. . Atwoo , Betty J... Auer, Elizabeth H.. . . Auer Janet C. .... . Auerbach, s. 1. .. Auerbach, T. Auigustine, O. E. .. Au ie T. ....... . Ausfghl, Dorothy . Austm, D. ........ . Axelman, Norma . Aycock, B. F. .... . B Babcock, Mary E. Babcock, M. L. .... . 355 Back, W. ........ 171, 240 Bacon, Emily M. Bader, E. J. ....... . Baechtold, Christie A.. . .41 Baer, Mary L. . .. Baer, Patricia . .. Bnhcall, R. S.. .. Bahr, D. W. . . . . 245' ' S16 Bailey, Arlene C.. . . Bailey, B. ..... . Bailey, Doris M.. .. Bailey, H. Bailey, Helen . .. Bailey, joan T. Bailey, Dr. P. . .. Bailey, R. J. . Bailey, W. J. .... . Bainter, Mary E. . . Baird, Evelyn M. .. Baity, Dons L. ..... . Bagcak, jo Ann Ba er, Delorez L. .. Baker, D. ..... . Baker, E. ........ . Baker, Frances L. . . Baker, Gcorgianna Baker, Harriet P. . . Baker, joan G. .. Baker, june C.. .. Baker, Martha L. .. Baker, Miriam ....... Baker, Patsy L. ..... . Baker, P. ........... . Baker, Virginia ..I99, Baker, W. L. ...... . Balaty, Georgiana L. Baldry, Joan ........ Baldwin, Delphine .... Baldwin, Dons J. ..... . Ball, Meredith E. . .. Ball, R. W. .......... . Ballinger, Marjorie .... Balsley, Eleanor P. . . Balzac, Jeanette Band, Concert ..... Bande, Bernadette . .. Band Formatiom .. Bangert, June A.. . ' Bannerman, Lois . . . . Bannister, L. W.. . .41 I 256, Bannister, Marcia J.. . . Bannon, Margaret T,. ,. Bannon, Mary A. .... . Baran, Baraniwski, Alice H Baras, Ruth I.. . . . .. J, ........... . Barber, Beverly A. Barber iii ' . .1552 441 C. H. ............ . Barberi Mary L. . .1S9, 168, Barber, T.. ......... . 222, 118 fbi 391 135 sas 439 417 .41 15.1 312 242 222 249 .41 .41 320 318 215 107 222 111 405 438 586 Q61 445 .41 450 .2211 114 1 : 1 , y 356 122 41 421 251 122 410 348 454 120 421 346 346 445 263 108 454 274 443 333 395 151 457 393 453 460 431 428 388 319 118 452 126 431 323 417 462 419 440 331 354 262 362 222 383 305 335 371 265 400 20 425 449 462 433 406 416 454 428 333 321 411 358 427 410 414 411 372 374 125 455 432 416 396 423 253 400 462 382 382 380 249 360 267 455 247 264 451 290 400 459 400 424 383 322 416 339 67 3 115 Baxbre, Gloria E. . , Barbre, Navin H. , . Barchick, Delores G. . Bard, Marguerite L. Bardwick, Ruth E. Baren, Betty ......... Barfknccht, Eileen J. . Barhing, Betty .... Barker, Nancy J. Barker, R. L. ..... . Barker, R. J. ..... Barlsmd, Florence G. . Barnard, D. ...... . Barnard, Laura A. . . Barnes, Evelyn M. . Barnes, Nancy L. . Barnett, Ruth M. .. Bnrnewolt, Marjorie 3 I Baron, Evelyn C. . ,. Barr, Miriam M. .... . Barrett, Margaret F. . . Barrow, J. M. ..... . Barrow, Lois A. .. . . Barry, Marion H. Barry, Jane ........ Bartcl, Janie E. .... ' Bartelstein, I. M. . . . Barthel, Mary P. ..... . Barthel, Virginia M. Bartholomew, Frances Bartholomew, R. . . . Bartholow, O. F. . .. Bartlett, Mary J. 'Alffl Bartley, Helen M. ........ . Barton, Alice ...... Barton, Patricia M. . .. . Barton, Veronica . . . Bartosiewicz, Malvina . Bartsch, J. R. ...... . Bartsch, Mary A. .... . Bartz, G. F. ...... 41, Bzueball ............. Baskerville, Helen T. . Bfukelbull ........... Baskin, Bernice B..41, Basso, A. .......... . Bateman, Olive J. . . . Bates, R. M. Bath, Mary F. . . Barts, Bnude, Bernadette J. . . J. W. ...... . Bauer, G. E. ........ , Bauer, Marjorie R, Bauer, Miriam L. Bauer, R. ........... . Baugh, Omnelle L. . . , Baughman, H. B. Baujan, Mary B. . . Baum, Geneva J. Bauman, R. A. . Baur, Marylou R. .. Baxter, Barbara J. . . Baxter, Janice D. Bayard, W, .... . Bayha, F. H. . .. 155' ' 22.9.2 Bn lor Winnie .. Bagnef J. W. . . Baysinger, JoAnn ..... Beach, K. .... . Beall, J. M, Bean, Mnrjory R. Bear, Beverly J, .... . Beard, R. W. . . . . .42, Beasley, R. L. ........ Beavers, Patricia A. . . , Babb, Beverly ......... '76 168 235 255 Bcchtold, J. R. ....... . Beck, L. H. ....... 42, Becken, C. W. ..... . Becker, D. E. ....... . Becker, Gratia M. , . Becker, Helen W. .. Becker, J. F. ..... . Becker, Jeanne G. . , Becker, R. ........ . S. .... , Becker, Becker, S. Sherri ..... Beckma n, Barbara . Beckman, M. C.. . . . Bedell, Bedell, Bedell, Murxel B. . .. Beedle, Mary L. ..... . Beem, Marguerite R. . . Beezy, R. ......... . Beguesse, E. C. . . . . Behlcr, R. . . . . Behling, W. .. Bell, Adele Bell, D. T. .. Mary L, E. ...If 263 .. 0, 442, Sis? ig: 106, .41 361 245 254 4.10 bib 325 2153 1811 266 261 Bib 168 211 264 263. 452, -1-14 .42 170 240 264 255 406, 253 lib H.-.107 .92 , 1 , 1 1 1 Bell, F. B.... ..... Be!l, Gloria .... .... 1 16 117 Bell, J. P. ........ ......... . Bell, Mariorie E. . . . . . 356 387 41 383 406 424 419 371 431 370 265 319 372 125 434 390 249 453 417 395 431 414 443 380 369 199 454 319 406 319 433 263 337 428 390 560 425 360 439 330 381 449 292 413 284 460 320 387 449 398 323 227 422 429 368 111 42 266 421 401 462 427 366 173 266 358 339 462 170 122 523 211 367 355 452 412 454 367 177 452 325 430 400 430 231 409 111 106 136 275 317 423 42 397 416 397 112 329 262 323 429 264 20 127 392 207 Tl'lE UTURE AND FITTING -IIITO IT Out of the bounty of the good earth, comes 1ife's first essential-our daily bread. Thus the sowing and the har- vest become the two most important events in our scheme of life. Through the ages, man has continually striven to lighten his task of tilling the soil. It was John Deere who gave to the world the steel plow, and this accomplishment alone was of substantial importance. But the John Deere tin- stitution has never been content to live in the past. Constantly keeping an "ear to the ground", John Deere has followed the steel plow with an enviable succession of time-saving and labor-saving implements for all kinds and conditions of farming. It is probably this habit of always "fitting into the future" that inspires the confidence with which American farmers today are looking to John Deere for the better farm machinery of tomorrow. Recalling the accomplishments of the past, these men feel that the full resources of peace now can be released for implements of growth rather than instruments of destruction . . . that an even more pleas- ant and more profitable way of life will dawn on the American farm. F3 was Yes, if the past of John Deere is any promise of the future, the fields of peace should be far more fertile, more fruitful fields for farmers . . . and for John Deere dealers . . . everywhere. 509 DEER:- QUAI-ITY FAIIII EQUIPMENT SINCE IBS, ' Monlueg ILLINOIS 465 Blew, Lorena J. Brenemian, Eunice E. . . .... 43, 460 330 425 396 Bell R , . S. ..... . Bella Vim: ....... Belland, Mary R. . . . Belt, Patricia R. . .. . Benbow, Donna L. . . Benda, Frances ..... Bender, Charlene F. . Bender, Ruth D. . . .. Bendinelli, W. Benham, Janet .... Benhow, Donna . .. Benjamin, D. E. Benjamin, Shirley .. Benna, Marion D. . . Mihai ....199 ....100 ....22z 1 Benner, Laura H. ............. . Benner, T. E. ......,......... . Bennett, Bette L. ........ 42, 170 Bennett, Beverly J... . .... .22 Bennett, G. .................. . Bennett, M. R. ......... . . . . Bennett, Mary Ellen ..... .... Bennett, Mary R. ..... . . . . Benoist, Aline F. Benoist, D. L ..... ........... Benson, Betty J. .............. . Benson, Denalee ....... 42, 199 Benson, J. ............. 92, 108 Sara L. .............. . Benson, Benton, R. H. ...... . Bercher, Dorothy A. . . Bereiter, Virginia . . . Beres, G. R. ..... . Berg, Betty ......,.. Berg, Delpheen S. . .. Berg, I. A. ........ . Berg, Mildred D. . .. Bergen, Colette I. . .. Berger, Lois .... . Berger, Phyllis ..... Berggren, Anna May ..... . Berggren, R. ...... . '. 111 Bergquist, S. ................. . Ber ei, C. J. ,.... .4z, 264 Berkley, Dorothy . . . . . . . .222 Berkley, Madge ..... ..... 2 22 Berkin, W. Berkman, Patricia L. ...... . Berkowitz, Marion .. Berkson Berkson . Berliner, Berliner, Berm an. Berman, Berman, Berman, Berman, Berman, Bernard Bernard ...42, D. M. .............. . Shirley M. .......... . ,Idell ..... . N. ..... . B. I. E. L. .... . J. M. ..... . Maxine R. . . . R. A. .... . W. ....... . Audrey L. . .92 c. J. ........... . Best, J. L. .......... . Bernard, Virginia . .. Berner, R. ........ . . . Bernhardt. Marjolaine Berning, D. ......... . Bernstein, G. E. .... . Bernstein, Bernstein, Bernstein, Berntsen, Beros, Marie ...... Berry, C. .... . H. N. .. R. E. .... . Irene Berry, Lee A. . ....... . Bertelsen Vivian E. . . 426, 252, 319, 199, assf 227, 230. , C. ................. . Besenfelder, Barbara A. .... 407. Beskin, J. H. ................ . Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Beta Home ........ Beta Them Pi . .... Bethany .......... Bever, Emily F. .... . Bethel, Alice E. .... . Beuttner, Elsa ........ ..444, Bialik, Rachelle J. ........ . 328, lisbl Bickel, Barbara A. . . ..... 222, Bickerton, June L.. . . . . .207, Bielawski, Norma .... ....... Bienemann, Barbara ........ 207, 227, Bierstedt, R. H. .... ...... .... . Bigelow, W. R. .............. . Biggar, H. F. ............. 264, Biggers, T. ..... 42, 261, 307, Biggs, R. . ........... 106, 119, Billian, Corinne D. . ......... . . Billick, S. R. ....... .... . .. Billings, Verlee L. .... Billow, Arlene H. .... .... . Bills, R. J. ......... ...... . Bingaman, L. A. .. .278, 311, Binaman, W. E. Binkley, Mary F. Biowski, Edith A. . .. Birch, Barbara J. Bird, Alice M. Bird, Clara E. ..... . Bires, E. J. ......... . Birkeland, Irene S. . . . . Bischoff, Marcella L. . . .....245 Bischoff, P. W. .... .... ..... Bittermann, L. A., Jr.. .. . Brtzer, R. L. ......... B'el1and, Doris R. . .. Black, C. T. ..... . 466 v 1 111' 429 418 387 380 383 415 366 426 114 354 107 264 417 425 373 458 376 388 118 261 368 361 425 337 428 383 118 371 325 425 455 423 355 431 84 425 423 406 424 389 249 109 451 382 382 116 372 457 348 421 428 336 458 383 344 424 332 110 344 388 265 255 338 338 419 383 42 108 448 125 459 319 264 444 418 324 384 400 118 459 427 370 358 409 222 359 259 335 306 451 126 381 345 383 372 265 282 340 422 454 376 42 381 413 263 362 391 42 432 324 391 346 Black, Lois E. Black, Lois .. .... Black, Minnie L. . . Black, R. H. .... Black, W. G. . . . . Blackburn, S. .... . Blackman, Pearl . . . . Blackstone, Louise Blackwell, C. .... . Blackwood, Alma K. Blair, Betty L. ..... . Blake, A. ........ . Blakemore, Nancy M. ..... . Blaker, J. W. .... . Blanchette, L. .... . Bland, Lois J. ...... . Blanksma, Loraine Blare, H. J. ...... . Blatt, M. ....... . Blattmacher, C. . . Blazine, T. ....... . Blechman, G. D. . .. Bledsoe, R. E. Bleeker, M. J. .... . Blickenstali, Lee Blimling, Lois L. .. Block, B. ....... . Block, Jean E.... Blom, G. ....... . . . . Blom, P. ............. 2 Blom, P. ................ . Blomquist Betty L. . . . . . . Blomquist, Betty R. . Blood, Bloom, B. N. . . . . Bloom, P. .... . Bloom, R. S. Sally J. . . . . Bloom, Bloomberg, L. S. . . . Blottman, J. B. .. Blum, Elaine L. . . . . Blum, Muriel R. . . . Blum, P. ......... . Blumliver , Rhoda . .. C. W. ..... . ....43, ....43, 444 Blumential, B. C. . .. Blunck,0. Blundell, Phyllis V. Bly, E. E. ........ . Bly, P. ........... . 7 ...-65, . UB4, 265 351 264 .45 111 355 298 207 253 445 .43 .43 450 42, v Bober, Jean ......... Bobsin, Roberta J. ........ . Bockewitz, Lolita J. . 1 1 1 1 1 v Boddy, Marie L. ....... 43, 396 Bodz, Dolores J. . .. .... Boe, S. M. ........ ....... . Boehms, E. ...... .. . Bogar, Mary E. .. Boggio, A. .... ..... . Boggs, Ruth A. ... ....266 Bogrn, S. ...... ......... . Bogolub, R. S. ...... Bo rannon, R. T. ...... 307, 311 Boheim, S. .................. . Bohl, R. W. ...... 43, 231 445 Bohm-1, R. L. .... 156, 198, 320 Boianowski, Regina ........... Bold, Shirlyn D. .......... 107 Boley, C. ........... ..... . Boles, J. ...... . .. . Bolle, Lois M. .170 222 Bolliger, Shirley J. ........... . Bollinger, Marion ..... 1 221 Bolotin, A. D. .... . Bolotin. Beatrice J. . Bolz, Joan .......... Bond, Betty R. ..... . Bond, Elizabeth J.. . . . Bond, J. I. ....... . Bond, Leslie F. .. Bone, C. ...... . Bone, E. ........ . Bone, Ruth M. . .. Bonem, Bonker, Bonne, Bonner, Bonner, Bonnes, Bonnes, Bonnett, Bonnett, Bontos, Book, Bootz, Barbara J. Ber 1 D. Elizabeth J. Margaret A. G. E. .. E. ....... . H. L. ..... . J. D. .... . Borchers, Betty J. . . Borchert, Betty L. . . Borden, ....... . Borgsmil er, W. Bormann, R. O.. Borns, L. W. ..... . Borregard, G. L. Bos, N. ....... . Boss, T. N. . . . . Bothe, H. L. ...... . 1. 1. ........ . J. ......., . Bouer, R. ......... . Bough, O. ..... .... . . . Bouslog, Barbara A. Bouwkamp, B. ..... . Bovenkerk, A. . . . Bowditch, Helen E. .. Bowen, C. E. .... . 227 222 106 .92 231 336 403 ....381 ....2Z3 .....92, ....171 1150 1 225 362 367 350 182 113 395 107 113 249 390 259 388 323 114 454 118 423 121 114 278 338 266 328 390 261 400 125 455 452 311 331 357 387 262 261 120 343 356 401 462 263 429 364 126 43 336 125 425 451 265 385 408 423 462 410 440 261 432 117 387 343 382 328 408 441 462 451 420 382 326 331 207 367 403 67 3 344 404 43 249 425 339 329 125 119 369 458 441 423 439 449 410 410 126 320 423 262 333 426 459 346 108 331 344 381 108 330 448 126 365 198 262 392 405 184 Bower, Bowers, Bowers D. A. , J. ...... . Bowers, Lois . . . . . . . Bowers, M. C.. Bowers, W. .......... . . . . Bowersock, Mary C.. . . . . . . Bowie, K. ...... . Bowler, Mary E. . Bowles, F. E. ................ . Bowton, Virginia E. ....... 390, Boyle, E. A. .... . Bozynski, June M. Braatelein, N. . . . Braband, Marilyn J. . . .... . . . Brachman, Jane L. Braden, Betty J. . . . .... .426, Braden, Lois A. ..... ...... . Braden, Z. T. ........ ...... . IreneR. Brader, Marie L. ........... 43, Bradley, Charlotte L. . . . .. .. . Bradley, E. Darlene . .. .. . Bradley, P. ......... .. . Bradley, T. ....... . . . Brahana, T. .... .... . Brahin, Leona . . ..... . . Brainin, N. H. . . ....... . . Braman, R. ............... 108, Bramlet, E. P. ............... . Bramlet, June R. . ..... 168, 170, 201, 206, 211, Bramson, M. ................ . Bramleir Hall ...... . ...... 385, Brandler, Doris N. . . . . . . . . . . Brandt, E. W. ..... . Brandt, Phyllis ..... Brandwe in, H. A. Brandwein, R. ......... .... . Branigan, F. Kathleen ..... .... Brann, W. P. . ......... Brassfield, K. A. ...........,. . Brauer, Harriet ..... . . . ....... . Braun, Kathryn L. . . . . . . . . . . Braun, Shirley ...... .... . Braverman, Doris N.. . . . Bray, E. C.. .......... Brazen, L. . ........ ........ Brazos, J. ................... . .....201, .43, Brauman, Mavoureen J. .... 253. 405, Brechtel, Ida ............... 92, Bredow, P. F. .... 43, 262, Breen, Ruth E. ............... . 266, Breese, Esther R. ............. . Breinin, L. J. ......... 264, 450, Bremer, Dorothy C. .... 43, 151, 185, 196, 369, Bremer, Margaret L. .......... . Bremer S. L. ....... ....... . Breneman, Marilyn J. Brennan, D. ........... .... . Brennecke, D. H. ...., ...... . Brenner, Esther J. . . . ..... 222, Brenner, Joanna M. ........ 254, Brentruaod Manor . . . . . . . . Bresee, J. . . ....... Breskin, N. S. .. Bresnil, B. H. . Brewer, Brewer, A.A,. .... . III Leavitta M. . . . . . . Bridge, W. A. ...... . Brid ewood F. A Briefley, D., A. . . 386, .43, Brig s, O. H. ..... ..... 2 63, Brigliam, Jane G. . . . . . . .60, Brighton, A. L. . . . . . . .. Brigida, V. ..... .... 6 0, Brimsek, ...... Brinson, B. C.. .. Briscoe, Helen F. . . Britan, S. .......... . Britlany Hall ........ Brittingharn, Esther E. . . Broadway, Muriel H. Brock, Jean A. ...... . Brock, Marilyn -J. . . . . Brodarick, Gloria J. . . Brodie, A. G. ..... . Brodnick, J. E. ..... . Brodsky, Erna R. .... . Brody, S. W. ...... . Bromage, Florence J. K ...128. Bromley, C, . .............. .. . Bronikowski, R. . . . . Bronstein, D. S. ....... . Bronze Tablet .... .... . 249, Brook, C. A. ................ . Brooks, Helen I. ..60, 235, 240, Brooks, J. R., Jr. ............. . Broome, Alice R. ......... Broome, Meta Jean . Brophy, E. ........ .... Brophy, E. ....... . . . Brophy, R. ..... . . . Brosilow, J. L. .... .... . Broster, Mary J. .... ...... . Brothers, Betty J. . . . . . .107 Brower, Rose A. .... ...... . Brown, Barbara B. .. ...222 Brown, Faye ...... ..... BroWn,H.G.... Brown, J. L. .... ...... . Brown, J. . ....... .. .113 Brown, Jane L ..... .... 425 347 370 421 264 262 375 114 355 529 450 266 423 106 370 380 454 425 329 414 380 418 337 253 462 382 338 126 347 198 358 112 435 424 347 399 322 121 407 448 345 421 254 455 380 411 426 311 423 108 118 451 373 417 451 184 461 383 339 384 265 261 373 416 435 324 319 322 392 413 262 270 339 451 368 448 264 259 265 60 344 419 426 396 394 462 387 99 429 374 336 375 253 261 319 438 319 358 225 401 118 92 113 118 344 414 198 409 356 429 337 323 126 354 Brown, Janice I. .............. . Brown, Janice R. ........... . . . Brown, Marjorie T. ......... 383 Brown, Mary E.. ..60, 151, 224 Brown, Mary S. .............. . Brown, Nancy H. ............. . Brown, Nancy V. .......... 170 Brown, Norma A. ............ . Brown, Patricia Lee ............ Brown, Patricia Louise ......... Brown, Pembroke H. .......... . Brown, Phyllis J ....... 163,170 361. Brown, R. ....... .... 1 O8 Brown, R. D. .... . ..... .. Brown, R. M. ....... ..... 6 0 Brown, R. W. ....... .....6O Brown, Roberta C. .... ..... . Brown, Shari H ..... ...... Brown, Sue ..... ........ Brown, W. ...... . .... 60 Browne, R. B. ..... .... . . Browning, C. L. ..... . . . . Browning, Emma L. .. . Browning, M. E. . . . . . . . Brownstein, L. . . . . . . . Bruba, Martha . .. . . . . Bruce, AnnD.... Bruce, G. D. ..,. ...... . Bruce, Nancy J. . . .... 407, Bruckner, R. ....... ..... . Bruinkool, Lois E. ...... ... . Brumback, Joyce E. ...... . . . . Braumhaugh, Elizabeth . . . . . . . Brumitt, Lois E. ........ . . . . Brurnns, B. G. ....... ..... . Bruner, Mary E. . ..... ..... . . Bruninga, Ruth K. .... . . . .253, Bruns, F. J. ......... ..... . Brunskill, Dorothy M. ....... 60, 454, Brusids, Mary ...... ...... Brussel, G. ...... . . - - Bruset, J. B. . . - . - - Bryan, R. B. ....... . . -- Bryant, Betty J.. ...... .... Buchinski, Harriet A. . . . . . . . Buck, J. ............. . .. . Buckley, H. A. ............... . Buckley, Mimi .........,...... Buckingham, R. ...92, 119, 121. Buckingham, W. . ......... 108, Buckner, Annice S. ........ 170, Buckner, Jean S. ..60, 170, 211. Bude, Marian R. ............ 60, Budwig, 1. ...92, 110, 118, 119, Buechler, Marjorie M. ....... . . Buescher, Phyllis J. .... 170, 266, Bufio, June M. ........,...... . Bugan, R. J. .... . .......... . Bu'an, G. P. ........... 60, 67, Bukovsky, R. ................ . Bullard, Thelma L. .... 107, 136, Bullock, D. M. .............. . Bullwinkel, Betty . . . ..... . . . . Bunch, Shirley . . . .. . . . . . Bunke, H. C. ....... .... 1 71, Bunshaft, Shirley . . . . . . . . . . Bunting, T. C.. ....... . .. 249, Bun an, Patricia Y. .. . . . . .. Burclick, A. ................ 25, Burdick, Annabelle F. ........ . Burdon, J. ................. 92, Burgess, Betty L. ...... 170, 266, Burgess, Carolyn F. ........... . Burgett, Patricia . . . . .... . . . . . Burghart, C. ..... .... 2 98, Bur , O. ...... ..... 6 0, Burke, Alice L. . . . - - - 214. Burke, A, .... ........ 1 Burke, Doris .... ........... Burke, Jane .. ...45, 368, Burke, Leo ..... Burke,R.R. ...... Burmaster, J. H. ...... 153, Burnett, Betty J. . . . .... . . . . . Burnett, Mary L. . . . . . . . Burnham, Louise H. . . . . . . Burns, C. R. ....... .... Burns, J. V. ..... . . . . Burns, K. ...... . . Burns, Nancy P. . . . . . . . . . Burns, Patricia D. ............ . Burnside, Suzanne ..... 222, 373 Burroughs, Nellie J. ........ 45, Burson, S. B. ........ ....... . . Burstein, Betty ....... ...... Burstein, Natalee A. ....... 199, Burstein, R. C. ............... . Burster, Anne .... 253, 254, 405, Burt, Joann E. ............ . . . . Burt, P. .... ................. . Burtle, Mary L. .............. . Burtness, R. W. .... ...45, 265, 452, Burton, Dorothy E. ..... ...... . Busch, H. ............. 92, 112 Burey Hall ....... Bush, Lee ....... Bushee, R. W. ......380 Bushman, F. ............. . Bushman, F. 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Qf Y ACNA f DANC AS :', SALES END SERVICE EVERYWHERE S EA .ECE AAA A E A S A- C.l' ,V1, 5 f S,,E ,IES A H5 S'V,j CUNDERWOOD CORPORATION 'S 'f,E PSF 'W' 'f-EF NS Fwa'01RK N- '- 467 222 3 0 Callery, Patricia A. 404 321 150 262 Carlet, F. A ..... .......... 1 14, Bussman, Bernice M. ......... . Buster, W. E. ..,... 298, 311 Butkovich, W. P. . .. 282 293 Butler, Anne M. . .. . 136, Butler, R. I. ................ 45 Butterield, Joanne ........... Butterman, L. I. . .. . Buttny, W. P. . .. . Buzan, Connie C. .. Buzzell, Miriam . . Byrum, J. ....... . Byskier, Glory A. . . C Cadwell, L. R. .... . Cady, E. L. Caine, Jane R. .... . Calder, Grace ..,..... Calderone, Bernice A. Caldwell, Mary E. . Callsen, H. J. ........ . Cameron, P. Nadine ....,. .. Cammon, L. ...... . . . . . . C .w. . .... .. C223 1. .3 ..... . Camp, Mar J. ..... . Cam ana, Anna M. . . . . P Campbell, Frances L. Campbell, G. M. ...., . . . Campbell, Joan F. ........ . Campbell, Marilyn I. Campbell, Shirley H. Campobello, S. Cnmpur Leader: Camras, Bernice . ....... .. Canty, Alice M. .... . Canty, Jean E. . . . . Cap, T. .......... . Caplan, A. C. ........ . Capoun, Dolores M. Caravassos, Ann J. Card, J. G. .............. Cardosi, Dorothy M. .45 3131 .lb.8. 1531 207' . . Cargo. W. 1. .......,...,.... . Carrus, M. ........... 100, 278, Carlson, Carlson, Carlson Carlson? Carlson Carlsonz Carlsten, Carlyon, Constance A. 113.5 rf S II R. H. ..... . Margaret A. Dorothy M. Carmichael, Dorothy ........... Carmichael, Mar E. ..... . .266, Carmichael, R. Carmody, Adele M. . Carmody, Jean ...... Carnahan, Betty M. . Carneal, T. L. ..... . Carothers, W. Lorene ...... Carpenter, F. .... . Carpenter, ary I.. . . Carr, N. L. .............. . Carr, Sue C. ...... . Carrier, Carroll, Harriet M. . . A. ........ . Frances N. ....... . R. .......... ... Carroll, B. W. ..... . Carruth, J. F. . . . .171 Carruthers, J. ...,.. . Carson, Barbara J. . .. Wilma L. .. Carson, Carter, A. L. ..... . Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Cary, J. F. S. . .... . A. Janice R. M. .... . Vera L. ... . Virginia L. . . J. ....... ...... . Case, Flora B. .. .. Casey, Patricia M. Ca e W . s y, . .............. . Cash, Ruthe C. Cassels, Jean P. . .. Cassens, J. E. .... . Cissidy, F. M. .... . Cassman, Claire H. . . Cassman, F. S. ..... . Castenson. R. F. ..... . Castle, Gwendolyn Castree, S. ........... . . . . Castritis, Vacilia A. ..... .. Catalano, Constance ....... Catz, Vyvian J. Cavanee, Joanna Cavins, Virginia Cech, R .. ....... .. Cembrano, Stelio Cerkel, Ruth ....... Cermac, Renee C. .. Cerney. A. ........ . Cervenka, Elaine R. . Chadnowsky, M. Cbalanda ........ 46 114, ......M.5, "".b2Q 107, ' ' ' ' ' 1221211 ......b.5., .4s, 253, 242- 375' .45 249' 258 166 373 .92 Ilis 152 196 107 Ilia 100 .45 a , . , 1 386 300 316 292 311 450 451 367 344 342 45 240 92 419 182 320 395 380 433 413 403 345 459 329 121 125 431 366 425 261 368 387 414 440 417 369 369 106 332 401 431 452 433 264 115 367 460 389 390 106 346 400 382 332 393 37 423 423 355 432 360 264 455 451 369 362 321 449 324 264 448 207 335 341 399 336 381 398 412 210 460 406 113 383 107 339 452 404 338 350 391 346 399 380 383 185 361 400 92 451 421 373 120 401 104 419 Chalk Ph llis Challcer, ol. ..f If fsij '265,' Chambas, H. ............ . Chamberlain, Barbara Chamberlain, Joyce L. i ii I l i Chambers, Catherine J. Chambers, R. R. . . . . Chambliss, K. W. Champion, Patricia J. Chan, Joan ............... Chandler Hall ............. Chapin, N. A. ......... 61, Chapin, Patsy O. ........ . Chapman, Adrienne S. Chapman Alice D. ....... . Chapman Allan A. ...... . Chapman Barbara L. .. .. Chapman F. W. ......... . Chapman, Joy ............. Chapman, Marylin L. 177, Chapman, M. L. ......... . Chappell, Delores E. ..... . Chase, Barbara L. Chase, Beverly J. . . . Chastain, Jean Y. .. Chavin, Esta P. .... . Chavls, H. ........ . 266 318 207 2155 442 .61 222 170 228 20.7. Chayken, Betty F. ...... . Chayken, D. Beatrice Chazdon, S. Z. ...... .. Cheek, W. D. ....... . Chemers, M. B. Chenalloy, R. V. . .. Cheney, F. A. .... .......... . Chenoweth, C. ...... . Cherkas, M. S. 49. 336 1 1 Chertack, M. ............... 92 , Chew, R. M. ............... . . . C bicago Campur ....... Cbica o Illini Union Chi Eirilon ....... Chigier, Jane ...... Chr d, J. R. .... . Childers, R. E. .... . Chilow, Edith A. .. Chin, Lucy . ..... Cbi Omega ..... Clai Pri ....... Chism, N. .... . Chlup, J. F. .. Chmeleck. R. S. .. Chmiel, W. ...... . 255 216, 261 Choice, Mattie B. ......... . Chossier, Joanne ..... Christ, Mareta L. . .61, Christensen, Georgianna Chrrstensen, Margaret . Christensen, Marjorie . Christenson, Bernice L. .61, 172. 202, Christian, Luc D. ........ . Christiansen, Jessie .... . . Christiansen, J. V. . . . . Christiansen, Ruth W. Christie, Catherine . . . Christie, Charlotte Christie, Mary E. .. Christoferson, H. . . . Christoff, D. ...... . Christy, Barbara E. . . Chroman, Toby M. Chrysler, Billie J. . . . Chulay, Claire M. . . . Chulay, June M. Chulock, K. E. .... . Chum, Elaine A. . . .61, .61, 215, 368, 100, 215, 2 chumbiey, Phyllis 1i..'.'.'f Churan, Irene L. . .61, Church, Jeanne H. . .. . 213 Church, Mar aret A. Churchill, Eine M. . .. Ciavarella, Rachel ..... Cies, J. B. ....... 278, 282, Cies, O. . ............ .. Clnqulna, T. V. .......,.. . Cirlin Vivian . . . . . . Cirricione, J. R.. ..... Ciszek, R. A. ......... 278, Clae s, Catherine M. ..... . Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark 1 1 Colleen J. ......... . Esther F. George L. George L. J. G. .. Janice A. can ...... 61, Clark, . P. . .. . Clark, . S. .... . Clark, Mary E. ........... . Clark, Norma J. ...... . Clark, R. K. .... . Clark W. J. .... . Clarke, R. A. ..... . Clarke, W. W. ........... . Classen, Nancy M. ....... . Claus, Eleanor L. ......... . Claxton, Margaret J. . .206, libs' 214 222: 311' 335' 2251 253 168 263 lsbi 263 460 Clayessens, Joan ...... . . .. Claypool, Barbara R. Clayton, Barbara J. .... . . .3, Cleek, Betty J. 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S. ................ . College: at Urbana ............. Collier, Dorothy H. ........... . Collier, Dorothy M. ..... 47, 136, Collier, June R. . ........ . . Colliliower, Mary J. .......... . Collins, J. L. .......... .... . Collins, Patricia E. ..... ...... . Colwell, M. J. ............... . Combs Winifred M ....... . , . 418, Commerce, College of .......... Companion, Paula J. .... .... . Compernolle, J. J. .... . Compher, C. A. .... . Conrad, Peggy Concert Band ....... Condit, Mary Conkey, Nancy L.. . .. Conklin, R. Conley, Jayne .... Conley, Phyllis ..... Conley. R. ............ . Conovitz, Ellen ...... Connolly, Patricia L.. Connor, Shirley A. ..... 216' . Connors, E. Connorton, Jean G. .... . Conrad M. Cordelia. Constaritine, Roslyn i. Converse, Louise D.... .... . Coo an, Mary M Cooli, Nancy J.. H Cook, S. M. ...... . Cooke, Ann .... Cooke, Jane C. ..... . Cooke, W. R.. ......... Cooley, W. M. .... 47, 298, Coolidge, Maril n 1....107, Coolley, Betty ........... Coon, M. 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C ......... Dalton, D. .......... . . Damian, Sister Mary .... Damgard, Evelyn Damon, Mariellen ........ Damore, J. F. ............ . Dana, Gloria .......... 48 . Drmres, Deprrrlmenl of ..... Daneaper, J. ..... . ..... .. Danforth, H. L.. .... . . 224 22121 Sha 264: 100 11151 . 47, 1471 21113 125' 382, 261, '1b'7' 325. 108, 361, 170. 3201 156, 115111 210 253' 121 160 225, 227, 122 123 240 373 136 , s s a . . 370 420 329 406 438 403 125 421 323 431 335 266 114 421 430 107 431 213 432 175 398 264 370 373 42 46 452 339 451 347 345 231 177 48 323 249 405 354 333 330 432 323 434 398 398 253 439 411 310 376 323 369 351 422 261 357 113 449 125 443 399 375 329 428 48 397 263 439 430 425 380 48 398 355 333 311 429 452 376 366 384 363 451 385 48 211 397 355 428 122 425 419 434 226 229 125 131 241 461 328 393 116 425 358 347 362 197 185 451 nf' e Wgf www f lf' aj! tlwf! Proud of you young Americans who have worked and studied through hectic War-time years to help share the responsibility of the Peace, so bitterly fought for, so gloriously Won. Into your future, let the spirit of those fellow students enter . . . those young men and women who will not gradu- ate today . . . who remain on foreign soil thousands of miles away never to return. They were the price of the Peace . . . yours is the responsibility to build tg the better World they died for. fy, , U 3 ,JD gg , Q f G 534 'tg ,-or 'L i' ff H+ 'X 'Pl Ll lj Z6.wf fr ssl Q Q OFILLINOIS 1 I -if -k-'. . , -5 .5 1-. -' "4' 1. . f ,d a y s r Xl 'i'i' ,. ." - x a .. ,-.. "" 1 ,-,.,-, - ly! a s, K' r l,a 5 t e'e-Q i,. in , y.,.. "i"'iii ""1-1t P ' .--,--.---.11',.-1.-. 14- -2-- I 2. 1 Danforth, Mary C... Daniel, Jessie M ..... Daniel, Patricia G. . . Daniels, W. ...,... . Danielson, J. C.. . . . Danielson, W. E.. . . . Dannehl, R. L. ..... . Darchun, Violet L.. . Darmstadt, Martha J. ..... . 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Etter, J. E. .... . Eurner, H. .... . Eimnr Hall . ........ 136' 107 107 253 107 1 1 1 Bail 1 Evans, Doris J. ...... ...... . Evans, Dorothy J. ...... .... . Evans, Elizabeth R. .... ...... . Evans, Helen R. ..... ....... . Evans, Maxine M. .... ..... 4 07 Evans, Nancy ................. Evans, R. D. ................. . Evans, Rosemary .............. Eveland, Doris Jean Evelrhart, Evelyn H.. . Ewing, Marilyn L.. . . . Ex, ..... . ....... . Exstein, Mariette F... Metzler .... 21-1 227 Exlenrian .... ..... . . . F Faber, C. F. ....... .. . Faber, Iloyce Z.. .............. . Fairban , G. ................. . Fairbank, Joyce ............... Fairbank, Margery. .50, 223 406 Fairbanks, Aline ..249, 252, 359 Fairchild, J. L. ........... .... Fairchild, J. E. .......... . Fairfield, Eliza ........... Fairman, A. ..... 240, 242 Faley, Nancy ............ Falk, Helene B. ..... . Falknor, Mary A.. . .. Faller, Betty M... . Falls, J. .....,.. ..... . Farlow, Ida M... . .. . . .50 Farmer, G. S.... 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Hanneman, W. 222, 360 357 254 138 .54 393 245 E12 .55 , 409 240, .55 241 1 .55 249, 176. 1551 1 .55 254 288 241 370 y v Hanscom, Suzanne M.. . . Hansen, Barbara J.. . . . Hansen, D. L ........ Hansen, Ellen P.. . . Hansen, Jean M.... Hansen, Joy D. .... . Hansen, R. .......... . Hanson, D. N., Jr ..... Hanson, L. T. ...... . Hanus, S. J. ...... . Hanzel, S. ......... . Happel, Muriel J.. . . . Harabu Harbrette, Helen R.. Harbutte, Niune Harden, H. B ........ Harding, A. A ..... . Harding. Elizabeth . Haren, D. J. ...... . Harger, Edgar' B .... rda, R. ...... . .....55 116 .55 Harges, J. ........ . Harlan, Prinda M. ........ . Harlan, Virginia J.. .. . Harland, Margaret Harlin, ' Harlow, Audrey L.. Harmon, E. M. .... . .55 iba 1115 B ..... ..... Harriet A ........ . . 356 Harms, Gail E ..... .. ..... Harner, Mar M.. . . . Harnick, J. ....... . Harno, A. J. ..... Harnquist, Marilyn J.. . . Harp, J. L., Jr. ....... . Harrell, E. M. ......... Harrington, T. Jane ........ Harrington, Norma J. ..... . Harrington, Patricia D ...... Harris, B. V. .......... . Harris, B. ..... ...... . Harris Harris Harris Harris , E. N. ...... . , Elizabeth .... , Hortense E.. , J. H. ...... . Harris, L. B. .... .. Harris P Harris H arru IRI 1l1IfIfI ll II Harrison, Harrison Harrison, Harrison, .94 Hall ....... Ann ....... , Dorothy F.. Harrison, Frances L.. . . Marjorie A. Norma Y .... biz Ebb ibb 1 439 460 361 384 384 430 360 324 55 454 265 418 361 365 361 234 376 337 434 434 448 136 261 262 459 328 389 385 4l0 410 410 421 421 322 442 423 381 338 55 215 253 397 408 369 420 126 391 177 381 380 261 419 454 431 20 253 455 383 357 345 351 , 7 427 265 410 362 361 109 337 270 392 112 380 117 253 416 178 249 360 357 262 126 415 357 354 55 358 440 448 417 332 29 357 171 261 5s4 380 423 435 177 338 234 355 125 343 119 430 424 371 418 361 426 380 Harr , Martha L...55, 172, Harsbbarger, Jeanne M.. . . . Hart, R. ....... ..94, 108, Hartel, W. E. ........... . Hartley, Hartman, J. ........ . . Hartman, Hartman, N. ......... .. Hartman, Roma M. ...... . Hartshorn, Ann . ......... . Hartshorne, Elizabeth L.. . . . Hartzell, Barbara L. ..... . Harvey, Barbara E. ...... . Hasbrouck, F. ............ . Hasch, J. J. ........... 234 Hasemcyer, Carol I. ..... . Hasemeyer, Gilda M.. .... Haskrn, J. ............... . Haskins, D. E.. , . ..... . . . . Hass, Carol .... ...55 Hass, T. ..... .. . Hassan, M. .. . . . . Hasse, L. C. .... . Hastings, J. J.. .. . . . Hatch, D. J. ...... Hatfield, R. L. .......... . Haugen, Ma A. ....... . Haulenbeek, ....... 261 Hausler, E. M. ......... 55 Hauter, D. ............. . Hauter, Marigaret L.... Haven, Shir ey J.. . . . . . . Havens, C. S. ..... . Havens, R. H. .... . Havens, Twylah .... Hawk, Shirley M.. Hawkins, E. ...... . Hawkins, C. .... . Hawks, Katherine Hawthorne, Helen Hawthorne, Marjore Haw er Doroth ,M .... I y , y J. ....... . Haycoek, Harriet E. ....... . Hayden, J. O.. . .. M. ............. . J. 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Hedda, Jo Ann, ......... .. Helfand, Lilian R.. Hclfand, S. ........ . Heller, Cara M ..... ........ Halper. Malcolm M.. Hemmings, Gwenith J.. . . . . Hemp, R. J. ............ . Hemstreet, T. M. ....... . Henberger, J. C. .... . Hendel, Catharine J. Hendel, lsabel L.. . .. Henderson, Ann ..... Henderson, Fay B. ...... 56, Henderson, M. L.. . .. Hendricks, N. ..... . Henig, R. ........ 56, Hennemeyer, Ruth J.. Henning, Carolyn M.. Henning. Nancy M.. . Henning, R. W ..... . Henriques, I.. A. .... .. Henry, lacquelyn P. ....... . .94, Hensel, Emily J. ...... 253, Hensold Emily J. ........ . Hentshel, W. P. ...... Henry, H. ........... . Herss, Carla E. ........... . 279, ...56, ' 'diff 207 118 430 255 253 .55 240 213' 109 249. . 55, 207. 266, 250, 108, 245, 396, 222, 241, 254. 265, 311, 222, 361. 1651 113, 100 253, .56, 290. 109. 445, 451, 207, .94, 2311 5526 3351 .1-70' 311: 1562 422 175 264 3131 443' .56 329 110 254 1 s 1 n 1 1 211 367 445 448 458 324 324 422 408 381 423 386 370 429 242 438 411 108 450 249 126 112 414 306 252 450 366 306 339 125 388 396 20 261 401 451 114 113 421 381 354 400 253 373 450 381 373 330 396 266 466 339 126 339 416 126 120 265 357 330 425 418 126 228 450 462 327 366 421 371 261 261 106 386 350 454 406 261 376 382 359 449 422 411 425 354 339 56 366 404 319 356 434 358 448 339 451 360 360 381 454 323 263 450 423 428 298 429 440 326 413 125 386 405 547 Hepper, N. ................. . Herath, Betty J. ............. 56, Herbrig, Ina N .... 235, 240, 290, Herbst, Shirlee J. ............. . Herda, W. K .... ....... 5 6, 262 450 Herlihy, Mary .......... . Herlihy, Patricia A.. . . . Herman, Betty A ...... Herman, Charlotte .... Herman, June K.. . . Herman, S. ........ .. Hermes, Joan C. .,.... . Herrick. Donald R.. . .. Herrick, Dora K. ,...,.. . . . Herring, R. .......,...... . Herrmann, Janet L .,... . .. Herron, Jean B....56, 116, 445, Herter, Virginia E. ........ . Herzog, F. P. ....... .... . Herzog, S. A. ..... ,... Hess, Anita J. .... .. Hess, Nancy R ...... .. Heuer, Ernest E. .... .. Heuer, J. A. ..... ... . Heun, Dolle A. ..,.. .. Hrck, F. K. ........ . Hickman, Janet E.. . . . Hicks, Ernestine . . . Higgins, F. ......... . Hildebrand, Joan D... Hildebrandt, Alice H.. . .56 Hilker, Glorie ....... Hill, Billee E ..... .. Hill, Camille .. Hill, Doris Hill, Evelyn ..... 135 150 445 .56 240 423 Z 104, 90, 91 Hill, J. .................. 113, Hillel Foundation ............. Hiller, Virginia L..57, 367, 444, Hillman, Evelyn G. ........... . Hills, Joanne H. ....,..,...... . Hilsabeck, Norma I.. ....... Hilsenhoff, L. .......,..... Himes, Peggy J....59, 207 354, Hinden, Vio et J ........ .... . .. Hindman, W. .........,...... . Hine, J. R .... ........ 1 29 201, Hines, Anne L. ....,.......... . Hines, J. ..,............... 94, Hinricks, N. A. ....... ..... . Hinton, Bernadine G.. . . ... . . . Hinton, L. .......... . .... . .. Hinton, Marian H .... ..... 5 7, Hinton, Mary L. .... ..... 5 7, Hippensteel, D. . . .. . . . , Hirsch, S. ......... ....... . Hiser, B. E.. Hiser, Joy A. Hissong, Fran Hitch, Betty Hitt, M. Hlavecek, W. G.. Hobart, K. H.. . .. Hobein, T. Hochhauser, M. .. Hockman, Hockman. . Hodges, R. Hofer, Aileen ...... Hoff, Joanne I.. ..... E ..... Hoffman, Helen P ..... . Hoffman, Jean G. ....... . Hoffman, Kathryn A. ..... . Hoffman, Marguerite L.. .. Hoffman, Marilyn J. ...... . Hoffman, Patricia J. ...... . Holfpauir, Gwendolyn S.. . . . Hoga n, .D. ........... . Hogan, J. ......... . Hoge, Doris J. ..... . Hohe, Marjorie A. ........ . Hohmann, J. M. .......... . Hoit, Anne L. ..... 57, 136, Hoit, B. .............. .. Hoke, G. .... .... 1 67 Hollcek, Holi, J. Holland, Holland, Holland, F. ............. . W. .............. . Barbara . . Gloria J.. R. M. ..... . Holleb, C. M., Jr.. . . . Holleb, Hollett, Hollinge Hollon, Rosemary . . Allen B. .... . r, F. Esther J.... Hollenbeck. Wilma L. ,.... . Holloway Elsie R.. . . Holloway, Martha E.. . . . . Holloway, Myra F.. . Holloway, Virginia S.. . . . Holman, Holmes. Jacquel n Ann 'fk5'15f.'.'.'.'s'i,'zs4 L. ........... . 757 177 265 292 . .1119 .57 Holmes, G. A. ..... .... . Holmes, Lydia I.. .... ...... . Holmes, Martha E. .. .... 170 367 Holmes, Melba L. .... .... 1 98 Holmes, Nancy R ..... ..215 Holmes, P. W. ..... Holmes, R. J.. . . . Holmes, R. G.. . . . Holmes, W. . .. 1 1 1 1 94 403 423 403 442 462 389 389 390 118 383 338 389 429 368 432 408 224 461 360 316 344 356 433 322 323 358 113 454 S6 120 371 381 118 381 118 116 94 126 199 445 419 458 410 117 460 400 341 320 381 113 57 403 454 397 454 337 392 333 357 455 361 201 263 -140 335 119 265 381 34 421 425 462 370 433 381 418 366 380 317 392 371 415 178 208 306 323 442 249 423 419 363 344 381 57 126 398 444 394 399 394 170 373 452 323 387 245 439 201 373 448 452 351 350 STEEL TANKS AND PLATE WORK We design, fabricate and erect- ELEVATED TANKS for gravity water supply. HORTONSPHERES for storing gases and liquids under pressure. HORTONSPHEROIDS for storing volatile liquids including gasoline. HORTON FLOATING ROOFS' for preventing evaporation losses. STORAGE TANKS for all purposes ' Patents Applied For. CHICAGO BRIDGE 8 IRON COMPANY ATLANTA - BIRMINGHAM - CHICAGO CLEVELAND - DALLAS - DETROIT HOUSTON - NEW YORK - PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO - TULSA - WASHINGTON Plants in Chicago, Birmingham and Greenville, Po. PORTRAITS BY FLETCHER Garland B. Fletcher Studios 218 West Main Street Rialto Theatre Bldg. Urbana Champaign Anrlsrs-Euanivfns if EBEMMLUU The glamour of huge industrial plants, intricate machinery. and mass production methods is the usual mental picture of American lndustry. Anal a true picture at much manufac- turing . . . but not so with photo engraving. Machinery? Certainly! Precision equipment, but not mass production. Glamnuraufl Yes! Sliilled hands and chemical processes and always intriguing. Your year bool: is the result ot many procedures . . photography, copy writing, art, engraving, printing and binding, plus salesmanship, accounting. etc. The graphic arts industry has many branches and many opportunities. You might consid- er the possibilities ot your tuture in this highly interesting business. ffa CHAMPAIGN-ILL 475 Holmgren, Isabell H... Ibis Holsman, Doris j. ....... . Holstine Lois ........... Holstonf Dorothy A.. . .21.2','z13 Holze, H. W. ......... . . . . Homan, Evah M ......... Home Ermzamirr Club Hoverding, joyce L.. . 462 360 382 339 227 Homm, Jeanne R ...,.. .57, 387, Homrighous, Mary E...168, 170, 240, 241, 361, 423, Hong, R, .................... . Honicker, Joan . ............. . Honomrisfr and Pf0f9J.fiUllIl1J .... Honzak, Ruth M. ........... 57, Hoobler, Marjorie ,I ..,..... . .57, Hood, Shirley , ...... . . . . Hookanson, R. P. ..... ...... . Hoover, Marjorie j ,... ..... 5 7, Hopkins, Alice R. ....... .. . . Hopkins, Marilyn V., . . . . . .. Hopp, C. F. .......... ...... . Hoppe, Marian L. .... ...400, Hopson, Jeanne L. .... Horenstein. S. ....... .. . . Horrnell, Dorothy L. .,.... Horn, Henrietta R. ............ . Horning, Lois M,. .57, 254, 569, Hornsby, R. ............. .... , Hornstein, H. .............. 94, Horowitz, L. ................ . Hortensia, Sister Mary ..... .... Horton, R. A. .......... .. .. Horvath, Barbara H, ...... . .. . Horvirz, V. S ..... .,.,......... Hosch, D. H. ................ . Hoskins, D. ...... 57, 264, 450, Hoskins, Rose M. ............ . Hosler, A. ................ 109, Hostetter, Helen .......... ,425, Hostettler, Dorothy J. . . . . . . . . Hostmsky, L. Aileen .... .... Houcek, J. R. ......., Houfh, Leon F. ...,.. .... . Hou ihan, Patricia L. ....... 107, House, Clyde ............ .... House, Elizabeth . ........ .. . . Houseman, W. A. .......,. .. .. Houston, J. L. ........ 255, 261, Houy, Billie A. ........... .. . . Howard, Angeline .. ..... 105, Howard, Anna M ..... ..... Howard, Barbara j.. .. . . .. Howard, J. ......... .. .. Howard, R. W ........ ..,. Howard, Shirley A .... .. Howard, E. ......... . . . . Howell, Eleanor J.. . . . . . . Howerton, jean . ..... ...15-1, Howerton, Miriam J.. . . .. . .S7, Hoyt, D. P. ........ ...32s, Hruda, Laurel E.. .. . . .2-19, Hubbard, Barbara . . . . . . . Huble, Phyllis A. .... . . . . Hubka, E. F. ............... 57, Hudak, Elaine J.. . .. ....... .. .. I-Iudclleston, Mariorie I.. .. .. .. Hudelson, R. R.. ..,.. . .... 202, Hudelson, Virginia L, ...... 245, Hudson, C. A. ....... Hudson, Gloria J ..... .... Hudson, Neva N. .... ...... . Hudson, R. ........ . . . 106. Hudson, R. E. ....... . . .. Huebner, Eileen J.... Hueftle, Ruth M. .... , . , . Huegy, H. W., .... ........ . Huelsen, Jean . . . ........ . . . . Huff, G. A ..... ....... . 58, 265, Huffaker, Nina L.. .58, 255, 386, Huffman, D. ................ . Hufford, Audrey D ..... 168, 211, Hughes, Barbara J. ........... . Hughes, E. L. ....... ...., 2 99, Hughes, R. E ........ . .... . Hughey, G. M. ......... . . . . Huish, Gwendolyn M. ......... . Huish, M. T. ..... , ........ Hull, John W. ............. 508, Hull, Joyce M....17o, 207, 557, Hull, Mabelle E. ............. . Hull, Mary E. ................ . Hull, Mary B. ........ .. Hulla, Florence E., . . . .. . , Hultiren, H. H. .... ...... . 1-lurn le, W. ..... ..... I 14, Humphrey, A. S. ....... 58, 263, A 51, Humphrey, D. J.. .,... 286, 287, Humphrey, M. Louise ....... SS, Hunley, Louis H. ...... . ..... .. Hunsucker, Barbara A.. . . . . . . Hunter, Harry ....... ....... Hunter, Henry .....,.......... Hunter, Naomi W. ............ . Hunter, Stella L.. . .58, 253, 25-1, Hupka, E. .............. ..... , Hurd, Helen V. ........ 58, 156, 369. Hurd, N. ..... ...... . Hurley, J. H. ................. . Hurt, Jean ................. 58, Hurwich, Ethel, R..58, 136, I99 Hurysz, T, G. ........ . Huster, joan B. ....... 199, 46 207 414 427 356 401 341 421 454 380 454 235 453 210 -128 446 394 433 381 3-I2 381 421 431 339 453 419 121 366 408 455 259 110 120 116 263 432 458 328 451 253 126 439 396 462 306 399 -140 166 448 266 222 107 425 401 100 -130 354 324 596 414 224 4-10 252 185 381 330 41-1 427 203 370 330 388 -111 126 320 381 176 375 451 -155 106 53 124 310 307 261 433 58 2 347 459 376 212 367 415 322 122 331 462 317 -107 321 373 106 94 461 373 227 211 115-1 265 349 166 -126 325 376 Hutchins, M. F. ........... 199 Hutso n, K.E .............. Hatter. Ruth-M....58, 254, Hutton, Patricia , ..... 105, lben, I I. ................. . Icenogle, Eleanor J. .... 198, 5925 107 255 391 .94 Icenogle, R. ...... ..... . Ihnen, M. ..... . . .. Ikenn, A. B. .... .. Iles, Bette J. .... . , Iliff, D, ...... . . . . Illimm Lodge . . . . . Illich, Illini Illini Illini Illini Lorraine Hall ................ Publifbiug Company, T Scope ............... Theater Guild, The. . . .94 'ibb' LL! I J 1 Illini Union ................... Illinoir Difcipler Foumlaiion .... Illia, The .................... Illi-Som . ................... .. Illmtratary .... . . ...... . Ilten, Bonnie J.. . . .... 222, Ifzdepwzdenlx .... ....... Ingles, Jane N... . . . . . .58, Ingrassia, J. A. ..... ..... . Ingrassia, M. J. ..... ...... . Ingwersen, B. A. ........... 278, Interfmlenily Cozmril . . , . . . . . . Irion, Alma M. ....... ..... 5 8, Irish, Mary L. ..... . Irons, E. E ..... .... Irwin, Elizabeth J. .... . . . . Ischudy, Gloria .... Iscnberg, C. ..... , Isom, Verla J. .... . Israel, P. ......... . Iverson, Alice H.. . . 207, Ives, Arlene B.. . .. lzner, S. ....... .. Iaacks, J. W ..... . . . . Jablonow, J. E. ....... jablonski, H. ............ . jackowski, Evelyn J. ...... . ,Iackso jackso n, LaVerne M n, V.. ......,.. 290, 116, .ss, 106, jackson, W. G ..... . ..... . jackson, W. R, .... ...... , jacob, Rolla J.... .....5S, Jacobs, B. R. ...... ..... . Jacobs, H. ......... ..... . 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Jarvis, D. V. . .. Jarvis, Sue C. Jaumer, Juanita .. Javid, F, ...... . Javid, H. ....... . javid, M. ...... . jawgiel, Dorothy Jefferies, S. .... . jefferson, Jeannette . . . Jeffries, Rosemary .. jelliHe, Martha L. .. jellilfe, jemsek, jenicek, J. ....... . Jenkins, R. ...... . Rose A. ...... . 'M'.IIIf...IIQ K. .......... . .idlf 'limb .... H424 .T9. 304 .59, 182 '.'.'.b3 ...94 '.'.'.Sb v 1 v . , . . . . . .94, G. L. .... 59, 255, 264, 442 Jennings, C, B. ............. . 405 308 455 128 253 290 454 108 108 392 416 114 425 166 425 228 121 234 184 201 220 107 460 370 378 354 346 S-16 308 181 387 428 113 373 358 319 425 112 400 112 222 332 117 423 411 126 442 347 374 328 336 406 448 376 372 360 454 375 454 120 404 374 425 454 344 332 995 374 372 555 558 339 5-17 20 263 222 401 423 59 408 406 459 125 266 546 403 412 261 371 201 87 103 IGB 399 264 367 380 351 339 425 113 2 '6 450 259 Jennings, L. ........ .. . Jennings, W. , ........ ,. . Jennings. Wlinifred E. . . . .. Jensen, Mary J. ..... .. . jerry, Frances A. . . . . . . lessen, Marjory P. .. . . . . Jezierski, R. A. .... jinkins, Ann ....... .. . Jirka, F. ...... .... . . . Johannes, Anna B. ............ . johannsen, D. K. ......... . . .. John, Margaret L. ......... 222 Johns, j. ............. 150, 292 Johnson, A. D. . . ........ . .. Johnson, A. R. ..... ......... . Johnson, Alice B. .. .... 2415 Johnson, Alice J. . . . . . . . .. johnson, Ann ...... ..... johnson. A. S. ..... Johnson, Betty W, .. ..... johnson, Beverly L. .. .... 59, johnson, Bonnie E. . . .. Johnson, C. A. ..... .... . Johnson, C. G. ... .. . . . johnson, C. D, ..... .. .87, johnson, C. P. ............... . johnson, Carolyn C. .......... . Johnson, Colette L. ........ 227, johnson, Elizabeth M. ..59, 386, Johnson, E. E. ............. 59, Johnson, E. W. .... ....... . johnson, F. N. . . . . . . Johnson, F. E. .. . . . . Johnson, G. ..... ..... . johnson,G.C.... johnson, H. W. .. .... 305, Johnson, H. L. .... 392, johnson, H. 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J. .... ......... . jones, V. T. ...... jones, Virginia ........... .... joog, L. W. .......... 278 279 ,lor an, Alice C, ........... 222 Jofdan, H., Jr. ........... . .. jordan, lane G. , ..60, 166 354 Jordan, Mar? A. ...... 170 221 Jordan, Phy lis M. . . ..... . . . , joseph, Betty C. ............. . Joslyn, Alice E. ..... . 10107111 limi, College of... 264 321 381 383 380 399 392 400 113 433 337 459 311 392 540 410 431 362 338 375 361 423 123 264 452 263 393 389 391 339 345 261 59 185 324 320 440 328 452 263 416 262 310 424 355 4-18 1107 425 373 375 428 423 382 59 305 -H8 125 451 392 381 306 369 -123 263 453 432 253 201 368 337 -452 405 262 452 240 400 122 100 107 324 318 59 365 265 387 360 412 355 380 222 433 333 376 357 265 376 388 423 409 521 412 340 390 263 423 445 311 361 265 455 373 371 429 361 30 juby, R. .... .... . Judd, Jean . . ..... . . Judson, H. . . ..... 292, Judson, P. B. .. .... Judson, XV. ....... .... . ,ludy, M. 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Marshall. Jane L.. . . . Martin, B. V1 ........ Martin, Bernice Martin, Bettyjane .... Martin, G. ....... . Martin, G. A.. . . . Martin, june L. . . . . Martin, L. .... .. . Martin, Marilyn E.. , . Martin, Martha M.. . . Martin, Mary J .... 559 '1 bb 309 ' .IIIG 357 65 357 584 398 65 108 365 427 381 451 405 126 4-12 592 421 386 381 319 407 408 453 452 357 369 426 328 213 453 326 408 323 118 400 400 126 428 369 121 403 459 391 338 440 429 422 423 332 359 306 348 421 120 537 262 356 367 550 266 452 215 327 347 338 450 399 126 254 455 251 95 572 263 419 444 356 222 66 120 455 418 338 587 399 113 253 125 343 95 266 422 307 386 350 371 429 451 569 396 66 66 415 126 340 367 117 582 416 569 Martin. R. H .... Martin, S. .... . Martinek, J. . . . Martinek, R. . . . Martinez, A. .... . .. Mxrtus, M. ..... .... . Martz, Alice C. .... . Maruszczak Renee .6 56 ,, 6,1 . Marx, Rosalmf: ......... .. Marzano, F. ...... . Mashaw, L. H. ...... . Mark and Bauble .... Mason, Nancy Mason, P. 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Ila R. ............. . McDoug1e, Mary ..... , . . McDowell, A. J. ....... .. . McDowell, Elizabeth M. .. McElrath, Virginia E. . . . . . McFarlane, Betty P. . .. . . . McGee, AI. H. ......... .. . McGhee, G. I.. .............. . McGinnis, Catherine C. ..... 67, McGinnis, Ioan F. ... ... . . . . McGinnis, Maxine .... .... 6 7, McGinnis, R. . ............ 108 MCC-lovcm, Jeanne K. ...... 67, McGraw, R. O., Ir. McGuire, Gloria4C. . . McGuire, Patricia . .. McHatton, Vivian L. .. .... 67 McHugh, J. ........ .. 103 McKay, Shirley I. . . . McKean, klmnita F. .. McKean, orma L. . . . . McKee, Patricia A. ....,. . McKemie, Carmelita G. McKenley, H. H. ...... . McKenna, Frances J. . .. McKenna N. 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L. ........ .. . 462 Mided, Nanette .... ......... 4 21 Mintum, Bettie R.. .. . . . 425 McKinley Hull .............., 400 Meisenheimer, XV. . . . ..... 95 Miessler, J. E. ................ 409 Mintz, Helen M. . .. . .. . 429 McKinsey, C. R. ...,...., .... 2 64 Melamed, J. L. ...,... 458 Milcezny, Evelyn K. ........ 68 581 Mrntaer, H. ........ .. 101 McKinstry, R. B .. .67, 265 266 441 Melicher, R. ........ 265 442 Miles, A. Ann ..... 425, 425 445 Mrrring, Marion M. .... 555 445 452 462 Melka, Audrey M.. . . ........ 415 Miles, A. F. ..... ........... 2 65 Misch, Mary L. ...,... . . . . . . 554 MeKinstry, W. . ........... 109 125 Mell, June M. ............. 222 574 Miles, D. E. ......... 528 Misegades, Alice L. ....... 221 581 McKown, D. D. ........... 198, 516 Mellendorf, R. L. ............. 422 Miles, 11. H. .. .... 551 Mishkin, Cleste S. . .. ..... 582 McLafferty, Nellie A. ..254 580, 455 Melody, Marilyn E. .... 68, 207 560 Miles, J. C. . . .... 442 Misius, Lillian D. ........ . 68 McLane, Doris R. ............, 415 Melzer, Jean R. ............... 597 Miles, R. H. .... .... 2 55 Mitchel, Helen E. ...... 68, 566 459 McLaughlin, D. ....... 95 106 126 Mencel, Shirley M. . ..,......, 566 Milinarch, A. .. . . . . 420 Mitchell, D. D. .. .. . . . . . . . . 525 McLaughlin, J. ........ 95 109 115 Mendelson, J. .....,.. 242, 509 552 Military ........ . .. 256 Mitchell, NJ. K. . .. .... ... . . . 425 118 119 Mendelssohn, Jane A. ...... 214 429 Millard, E. M. . .. ..... 545 Mitchell, Joy E. .......... . 596 llfIcLaughlin, Mary J. ...... 158 575 Mfnke. R. L. ......... 2 289 537 Miller, A. A. ..... .... 4 52 449 Mitchell, Mary E. ,..... 68 418, 460 459 Menkin, Susan D. ..,. ......... 4 21 Miller, A. ......... .... 1 99 556 Mitchell, W. l. ...... 255 McLaughlin, Rosalie ....... 175 222 MUl70lHEE Manor ............. 402 Miller, Barham A. .. ...... 585 Mix, S. A. ....... ....... . 592 McLean, Donna M. .. . ...... 599 Mc'11'.f Glee Club ....,.... . 255 Miller, Celeste R. . . ...... 68 Mizialko, J. .. .. 542 McLean, Geneva L. .. ...... 420 Mezfr IA71l6C'Pt'I7lll'Ill lffaril Miller, Edith L. .. .... 215 451 Moberlil, Helen J. . .. 559 McLeod, Carmeta A. . .. .... 562 Afrorlallori ............ . . 180 Miller, G. F. . . . ...... 448 Modies a, G. .. . . . . . . 115 McLintock, A. W. ...... .,.,,. 2 70 Menren Manor ......... .. 403 Miller, G. .... . . . 525 Modneclc, Shirley R. . . . . . . 419 McMa.ckin, R, W, ,,,,,.,,.,. 516 Mensen, R. S. ...... .. . 255 Miller, H. A. 545 Moeckel, R. L. .. . .. 264 McMahon, Shirley L. ...67, 199 560 Mercatoris, Jean M. ..,. 435 Miller, H. .... ..... 2 55 Moehle, Winifred .. 581 McMaster, JoAnn ....... . .... 554 Merriheld, Jean ...... .68 416 Miller, I. ...... .,.. 1 O1 124 Moenkhaus, A. E. .. 550 McMen, Marion J. ...... 565 Merrill, R. ......... . .. 125 Miller, Joann .... ...... 1 18 Moertel, Ch. G. .. 592 McMichael, P. ........ ..... 2 28 Merritt, R. O. .... .... 4 48 Miller, Joyce L, ..... 591 Moffett, M. M. 428 McMichael, W. J. ............. 549 Merton, D. ......... ....... 1 25 Miller, J. A. ........ . .... 545 458 Mogg, E. G. ..... ..... . . 424 McMillan, Kathryn R. .67 403 Messenger, Adele .... ..... 2 22 570 Miller, Margaret A. .......... 400 Mogge, XV. O. .... ...... . .. 265 McMillan, Marion M. ....,,., 403 Messinger, P. ......... ...... 1 26 Miller, Mar E. ...........,.. 405 Mohan, J. T. .... ...174 177 412 McMiIIen, C, .,....,. 262 452 462 Metcall, Beverly M. ...., ..... 4 01 Miller, Melha A. ...... 68, 207 567 Molay, A. .... . ...... 101 120 McMillion, L. J. .............. 262 Metzger, M. S. ................ 552 Miller, Meryl ...... ........ 4 04 Molitor, J. P. .... .......... 2 65 McNabb, J. W. ...... .. .... 549 Metzger, R. Eloise ............. 4011 Miller, Norma J. ....... 425 Moll, Joyce E. .......... 429 McNamara, Ann J. .... 596 459 Metzger, Virginia M. .. .68, 586 455 Miller, Norma L. . .. .... 207 576 Mollet, Doris E. . .. .68, 249 591 McNamara, J. M. .. . .,.. 261 Metz er, Margaret .....,....... 595 Miller, R. A. ..... .,.... 5 51 Moltz, Leah ....... ....... 6 9 427 McNamee, Eloise ..... . . . . 561 Metzmaker, C. ....,. ........ 9 5 Miller, Ruth A. .... ....... 5 85 Monahan, Hane . .. . .. .. .. . 598 McNeill, J. ........... .... 1 06 Meurisse. Mitzi D. .68 354 Miller, Ruth E. ....... ..... 6 8 559 Monahan, J. ...... .95 106 McPhee, Mildred E. ...... .... 5 81 Meyer, C. A. ..... ..... 5 20 Miller, XVylm:1rose ..... ....... 6 8 Monger, Mary E. . . .. . 597 McPheeters, Martha L. ..., .... 4 62 Meyer, E. W. ..... ....... 4 48 Milliken, Dorothy M. ...... 571 Monroe, Jean M. 559 McPheeters, Mary E. ....... 168 244 Meyer, Eloise M. .. ........ 403 Millizen, J. E. ...... ....... 1 21 Monroe, Marilyn I. .. 562 BIIFCPIICISOD, A. ......... ...... 4 50 Meyer, M. . .... ..... 1 08 126 Millizen, Mary L. .... ..., 2 66 559 Monroe, Ruth ..... ..... . 425 McPherson, Mary R. ,... .... 4 00 Meyer, R. E. . .. 250 448 Millman, Barbara J. . ...... 404 Monroe, W. S. ,... . . . . . . . . . 28 McRae, Gloria L. ..,. .... 5 70 Meyers, H. ...... ..... 4 54 Millman, Evelyn R. . ....... 404 Montague, I. .............. 112 126 Meadors, Edna M. ... .... 426 Meyers, M. B. .... ... 545 Mills, A. K. ....... .... 5 56 458 Montgomery, J. K. . . . . . . . .178 525 Meagher, Mary L. .... .... 4 07 Meyers, Mary S. .. 574 Mills, D. K. ....... ...... 5 35 Montgomery, Margaret .... 595 Mears, M. ............. .... 5 92 Meyers, Renee .... 585 Mills, D. R. ........ .... 2 86 Montgomery, R. 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Newburn, Mary L. .... 198 201, Newby, Helen ..... ........ 1 99, Newcomb, R, .............. 35, Newlin, Charlotte E. ...... 249, Newlin, D. R. ....... .. .. Newman Fozmdalion . . . , . . Newman, Annette L. . . . . . . Newman, Elva J. .... . ..... . . Newman, Gloria P. . . . ., .199, Newman, S. F. .... . . . . . . Newquist, E. C. ,... . . .2Z3, Newton, Caroline F. . . . . . . Newton, N. ......... . . . . Nicewander, Marie C. . . , . . . Nicholas, Laurel j. , .... . . . . Nicholson, Marion E. .. Nicholson, Mary I.. . ..... . . . . Nickel, P. D. ................ . Nickelson, Phyllis A. ..... . . . . . Nicklaus, Barbara A. . .226, 359, Nickolls, Frances ........... 70, Nicolosi, P. A. ...... ........ , Nieman, H. W, ...... ...... . Nifong, Harriet M. .... . . .580, Nightlinger, R. H. .. . . . . . N1 an, Jean ...... ....... Nims, L. E. .... ........ . Nipe, Luverta . . . 70, 156, Nipple, C. E. ................ . Nitsche, Phyllis J. ............ . 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