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K' f ,il K ik 3' A If W. lf Lbyz Q lf 3 it Q Q W if M raz. A 5 C W Le . if 51 sf -iffif giiliii Q' 'V I 513 ig 'ffH5i5,J? . I f Q f Ti f :Eff 1 21.15.55 nil PLTQ: Fsiiw ws", A . fl? E51 ir fi 2 K ' . 1 I N , F sf? g g,q,Lw N Nm-, fx 634 . -, . .M W . ., awe, f K W 3 . 04' Lai if ,gmt 2 Q,1ff.,V ' .A . Q, ,- I - ML! ,W ,-., A . , Sllxffd gfifvfg , ' , , I , . nr , I .Q , T1 7 J , " L . HM fy 1' ., .J f ,L We M. p., ,'9frf? 4. ,. A12 if : 1 kr, I Sm . , Nw QQ-Avia -, -4.6 ,MN ' 1.-.gi v ' ,uf W. 3 ., . ,W I.. .km an T0 THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Through this page of The Illia it is my great privilege to extend greetings to every member of the vast Illini family. How we have grown! Once more the men predomi- nate, and especially the men just out of uniform. There are 11,000 veterans on the Urbana campus alone! The total enrollment for the year, including students of the undergraduate divisions at Chicago and Galesburg, is expected to reach 26,000. Three thousand additional college freshmen are "farmed out" to numerous high schools under the supervision of the Extension Di- vision. In this way the University of Illinois is fulfill- ing the promise of the Board of Trustees and of the leaders in government that the youth of the State will be given a full educational opportunity. Needless to say, acute shortages prevail. Staff and student housing will be a problem for some time, while the provision of permanent facilities for resi- dence, instruction, research, and assembly will for a decade demand a high priority. Less conspicuous but more meaningful to the indi- vidual student is the sincere attempt of every staff member to maintain a high quality of instruction and guidance. We recognize in the return to college of mature veterans and war workers an expression of faith in learning unparalleled in American history. In memory of the 20,000 Illini who served in the armed forces, and of the gallant company who gave their lives, Iet us renew our pledge of loyalty and service to University, State and Nation. GEORGE D. STODDARD President 21 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Dwight H. Green Governor of Illinois STATE X 3 xxxh pil!!! I I Q e a ,Z ' ,v"..s xxx' x ," Q, if ' f 1' .'u Q ,' 7 33.0. X 6 ily I Q 3 . f 'o 5-I a 4'-:Q 51:-Tw? l f Wigan' X :I+ Q' 1 4 : - ... v i ' Cn - 'Ls eq-ff ' - , M, " 1 hx ' F I, 0 . 1 Ia! xxxss"..' XR C x 5 Xyxxx x T H OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Park Livingston, Chicago ................. President Harrison E. Cunningham, Urbana ......... Secretary Irvin L. Porter, Chicago .................. Treasurer Lloyd Morey, Urbana ...... ..... C ornptroller ELECTED MEMBERS Chester R. Davis Park Livingston Walter W. McLaughlin ' Chicago Chicago Decatur John R. Fornof Dr. Martin G. Luken Dr. Karl A. Meyer Streator Chicago Chicago Mrs. Arthur P. Holt Frank H. McKelvey Kenney E. Williamson Flora Springfield Peoria McKelvey Cunningham Vernon L. Nickcll Szzperivltendevlt of Public Inst rzzczioiz Park Livingston Preridem, Board ofT1'11st6es s,,sxSXXXXXy N - x Y OF ' 0 4, 9-Yfxgcffffl-1 ' A Q Gpltul. Srl , , Q 8 Any f L. .415 i i 5 WIWXXYXY M 5 QR Q O ua- "u 412 - 'hx' ' ss xx 1 .. 9 'Q N' E Q xg-l"x ,f,, 5 V T 1 1 '.. S sv '14 , I Z 'E 1 5 O 1 5 Q """nf 1 A 5 X 2 ' 'wx A ' ' Q 64 j x9 .2 x '. Q WXxxxxxS"' Davis 9 X 'QE McLaughlin Fornof Meyer Holt Luken Morey Porter Wfilliamson , 1 'KTM 45 'ia JFWPWS 5 sb N, 'Msn' v 1 ? 1 , M mu, ' Donald E. Dickason Coleman R. Griffith Director of N omzcudemic Perxoimel P,-01,0 5,5 Lloyd Morey Comptroller Charles C. DeLong Bursar 5 i Irene D. Pierson Social Director of Illini Union Josef F . Wright Director of Public Iizforrization and Director of Radio Station PVILL , 25 Dean of IV077l67l Fred H. Turner , Dean of Stz1de11t.v Mrs. Leah F. Trelease Edward E. Stafford Dean of Men THE DEANS The major duty of the Offices of the Deans is to counsel individual students in regard to personal prob- lems, especially those outside of the academic Held. Each student has the opportunity to see the Deans at any time for friendly advice on any phase of university life, including social, scholastic, and financial problems. Dean of Students, Fred H. Turner, stands at the head of Dean's activities. Work' pertaining to campus events, social affairs, fraternities, extra-curricular ac- tivities, organizations, and employment are among the many concerns of his office. Dean Turner has been associated with the Dean's office since 1922 when he was graduated from the University of Illinois and be- came an assistant Dean of Men. In 1932 he was awarded the full title of Dean of Men and more re- cently ithe title of Dean of Students. Dean Turner is nationally known for his authoritative doctorate thesis on the Illinois Industrial University, for his surveys of student life which have been published in current magazines, and as a popular speaker on student life. He is very interested in student organizations on the campus and is a member of the Illini Board of Control. On a national scope Dean Turner works actively on 26 the Educational Advisory Committee of the Inter- fraternity Conference and is secretary of the National Association of Deans and Advisers. This year Mrs. Leah Trelease has taken the active position of Dean of Women after serving as Acting Dean of Women last year. However, her popularity here on campus had its beginning before this time since she previously taught English courses at the Univer- sity. In a short time Dean Trelease has won the ad- miration of all the coeds at Illinois by her straight forward sincerity, her sense of humor, charm, and understanding. Her concern for the welfare of women students is shown in her interest in housing, scholar- ship, and special activities. Edward E. Stafford has been Dean of Men since 1944. His job has reached a tremendous height with the arrival of thousands of veterans on campus this year, but in spite of the rush at his oH'ice he is always ready to see students and places the welfare of all men students as his foremost concern. His success and popularity as Dean of Men can be attributed to his wide experience with university life and students and his genuine interest in each individual student. Leah Hancock R0bCIT G- HUEIICS Arthur XV. Tompkins Richard Falet Vernon Damer Joanna Cavenee Th0IH2S KCIUIJUCF ti ' THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Charles E. Bowen OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Victor E. Cullin ......................... P1'exia'e11t Charles E. Bowen .... .... E xecutifve Director STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES Joanna Cavenee. .Almmzi Relariom DCPH7'f777C?7lIf Head . Leah Hancock ............. Freshman Representatitfe Robert G. Hughes ....... Sophomore Rep1'e.ve11tz1tiUe Arthur W. Tompkins ......... Izmior Rep1'ere71mtive Richard Faletti ............... Senior Re'p1'ese11mtiw Vernon Damen ..... ..... G alesbzzrg Rep1'e.ve71mti'ue Thomas Kempner ......... Navy Pier Rep1'e5e7m1z'it'e 1 a Q Victor E. Cullin 27 alfegea at' ML f Ji, ix E , Q it V A R as - 5-. ' Y f I ww, X A, ,LA, U 1 , Ski- 2 M, I Q A EQ Q? kwin. Li Fifi: 9 'f ' ' f M4 :XL + V'b 15,1 , f 2 Yfiigi Q W f .f ' M -L yr- , -A ff wwf, ,. ?"'6'ff:wg,,,5 w,fgw Weiaf -' iw' aa, W Y , A -, A I 'fm W .L , A. H V , " 0325355 Qi, K ig.. - Q Q gf' 65:7 , Y , 1 f J , 'K 'V , kv- ' Y Jw n , .1 ,fy ,i2'f, ,iyyw .1 . QQ 'mga ., 'Z' aff 1 -, Wen, , gre- , , ga 5 'i 'Mk 5 if 225.2 - 5 A ,aff rf., iw ffn .2 'f' W , Mn- A, ,. MAH, Q lf K fi Q, -was-gf 4 'vs K K' , ' Q1 ifi-iff? 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I vi y ew e V. ,why My Af. , A QA,'Af,5, fp . eww ,A mg., ., , .R ,k,. Q .Q M V' pw, W ,W f:'1'5f',,.f-f I A A .w few, si V53-isf - 14 Ha A A M1 J, 5 ., - www- Ti , in ,hd , Q Qgggzki A .iw .. A ,sg K . 'N hgh, xl M " 49 5 1 N Y' , ' ' : -My 5x"ii,Twai ' K W.,-gf., -' , , Q, ',fQl,'ni,,v3'K7'W, " . LSTA ' If 1. ,g K J W m fb - fe-we " '- w ,, , M,-,mg-frvemssvs-0-"' 'WM ' - K - ji , .L L, X I Mathew T. McClure Dean 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 eco- nomics. In addition, it offers the necessary Work preparatory to medicine, law, journalism, education, social welfare administration and occupational therapy. Liberal Arts and Sciences, the largest of all colleges, attained its present status in 1913, when the College of LIBERAL ARTS ANDSCIENCES Literature and Arts and the College of Sciences were combined. The College is organized with a dean, one associate dean, and three assistant deans. The chief function of the associate and assistant deans is to give personal counseling to students on educational and scholastic problems. The Division of General Studies with a curriculum built around non-departmental courses is designed spe- ciiicially for students seeking a general education. Mathew T. McClure has been dean since 1934. Lincoln Hall 30 ENGINEERING The curricula in Engineering are planned to give a thorough training in mathematics and the physical sciences which are applied in design and construction of engineering structures and machines and in indus- trial operation. A moderate degree of specialization is provided by curricula and options and also by special arrangement of courses in the senior year. The Engineering Experiment Station, organized in 1903, was the first in any engineering college in this country. More than 400 bulletins and circulars record- ing the results of investigations in almost every field of engineering have been published and are to be found Melvin L. Enger Dean in libraries in all parts of the world. The Station is en- gaged in many investigations in cooperation with engi- neering societies, trade associations, governmental agencies including army, navy and air forces, and with industry. Since 1934, Melvin L. Enger has been Dean of the College of Engineering, which this year is meeting un- precedented demands. The enrollment in engineering this year is more than twice any previous registration, and will tax facilities severely until the projected building for electrical and mechanical engineering is completed. Engineering Hall 31 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 prepara- tion for elementary and high school teachers, super- visors and principals and superintendents of schools, and prepares faculty members to teach and carry on research in education. It includes the University High School which is utilized for demonstration, observa- EDUCATION tion, research, and student teaching. Through' the Bu- reau of Educational Research it provides various ser- vices to the schools of the State. . , I 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 1n'1907, the School of Education and in 1918 received 1tS present title the College of Education. The present dean of the College, Walter S. Monroe, has been dean since 1945. Gregory Hall 32 LAW Democracy is founded in justice, and freedom is rooted in law. Liberty and justice complement each -other, neither can exist without the other, and neither is likely to exist in a country that does not have a highly trained bar. The College of Law seeks to de- velop in its students an appreciation of the highest ideals of the profession, a facility in legal scholarship, and a consciousness of the responsibility of the lawyer to society. It takes pride in the contribution it has made, through its faculty and graduates, to the de- velopment of law and its administration. A Albert J. Harno Dean The College of Law was established in 1897, guided by Dr. Andrew S. Dooper, President of the University 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 Altgeld and in memory of his interests in the College. Albert james Harno has been Dean of the College of Law since 1922. He has been a leader in movements for the advancement of standards of legal education. Altgeld Hall 33 Frederick S. Siebert Director The School of journalism is a professional school offering training for jobs in the communications in- dustry, and in industry whose media of newspapers, magazines, radio, movies, and books must help develop a world of understanding and trust as the best in- surance against further conflict. The task of directing those media during responsible days ahead will be the task of today's journalism graduate. Journalism instruction at Illinois is 45 years old and the School is in its 20th year. During those years the School has been proud of the distinguished men who have served on its faculty and it has become proud of the 95 3 alumni, many of whom have made JGURNALISM responsible places for themselves in important com- munications work. Today the School offers training in radio, journal- ism, advertising, publication management, editorial work, and has a graduate program leading to the de- gree of Master of Science in journalism. It has one of the most complete journalism libraries in the United States and offers news photography training in the most modern photographic laboratories developed in any school of journalism. With these aids the com- munications student learns that freedom is more than a word. Gregory Hall 34 CGMMERCE The department designated as Courses for Training in Business initiated in 1902 and its successor The Col- lege of Commerce and Business Administration organ- ized in 1915 have had for the period of forty-five years the main objective of training young people for posi- tions of responsibility in commercial, industrial, gov- ernmental, and financial institutions and in professions allied therewith such as the certified public account- ant. I In the current academic year the college, in com- mon With most of the others on the campus, has had its largest enrollment C over 25005. In addition to those enrolled in commerce, about one-half of whom are Hiram T. Scovill Demz veterans, the college welcomes several hundred others who are registered in its various courses but who are enrolled as members of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans. l In the emergency which requires the largest teaching staff the college has ever had, it was fortunately pos- sible to keep the already effective teaching staff and to acquire the services of an exceptionally well prepared additional staff. The staff members cooperate with the placement bureau of the college in trying to obtain for all graduates positions which will appeal to them and will harmonize with their college preparation. l 1 l Commerce Building 35 Seward C. Staley Director The School of Physical Education includes two de- partments: the Department of Physical Education for Men and the Department of Physical Education for Wonien. The current professional enrollment of 550 undergraduate students plus approximately 65 gradu- ate students is the largest in the School's history. The School offers professional work in several allied fields, namely, teaching physical education, health, and safety, coaching athletics, and directing recreation. The School also conducts a service program in physi- cal education and a program in recreational sports for the general student body. In addition to the programs mentioned above T. f .. 'K K I PHYSICAL r EDUCATION which are carried on the campus at Urbana, the School administers programs at the Chicago Professional Col- leges, Navy Pier, and Galesburg. Because of the excellence of its staff and the un- usually fine facilities, equipment, and programs pro- vided, the School is commonly recognized as being one of the best in the country. One of the School's more distinctive features is its Physical Fitness Labora- tory. Created during the war, the Laboratory is now being used to carry on a broad program of research in the areas of motor and organic fitness, and for the purpose of giving diagnostic fitness tests to students and faculty members. , . .. .- i Huff Gymnasium 36 UNIVERSITY EXTENSICDN The Division of University Extension has the re- sponsibility of extending the educational resources and services of the University, other than those pro- vided by the Extension Services in Agriculture and Home Economics, to all interested persons who are not enrolled for study in residence. This is done by a variety of educational means: extramural classes, courses taught by correspondence, short courses, con- ferences, institutes, workshops, and lecture series. The student body of the Division is found all over the World, and in a wide range of occupations. Some of the programs of the Division carry college credit Robert B. Browne Director courses and some will permit the student to earn credit in the Graduate School. The Summer Session has become a major enterprise since the University undertook year-round operation. Approximately 8,000 students were enrolled in the 1946 Summer Session, the majority of whom were students in the University during the regular semesters and were in the accelerated program of the University. Besides these students, the Summer Session provides opportunities for the teachers and librarians who come to the campus for further study. l 1 Illini Hall 37 Henry P. Rusk Dean In its residence teaching, research, and extension, the College of Agriculture has three major goals: to im- prove the quality of the products grown on Illinois farms and the eHiciency of their production, to ad- vance the welfare of those engaged in agriculture and its many allied industries, and to bring about a better understanding of the place of agriculture in our na- tional and world economy. A wide range of courses dealing with the produc- tion, marketing, processing, and utilization of food and clothing materials is offered. A new curriculum is AGRICULTURE being established in the rapidly developing field of food technology. 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 de- velop new knowledge, and by the close contact which members of the staff have with the people of the State through its well developed and active Extension Ser- vice. ' Henry P. Rusk, dean since 1939, is the spokesman of the Illinois farmer through the college. L, New Agriculture Building 38 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS The College of Fine and Applied Arts has rapidly adjusted itself to postwar conditions, enrolling this year in excess of 1300 professional students plus several hundred others who have come in from other colleges of the University to pursue one or more courses. Es- tablished in 1931 by a regrouping of the Departments of Art, Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and the School of Music, the College offers twelve profes- sional curricula leading to appropriate degrees. Grad- uates of the College hold important places in their re- Ar' . V 'xl X 2 X4 Rexford Newcomb Dean spective professions throughout the nation and abroad. In addition to its instructional program the College oifers annually free public lectures on various phases of the arts, concerts, recitals and a constantly chang- ing series of art exhibits in the galleries in the Archi- tecture Building. Rexford Newcomb, Dean of the College since 1932, heads a faculty of ninety-six full-time teaching staif members. Architecture Building 39 Robert B. Downs Director The University Library, through the General Li- brary and its branches, provides books needed by stu- dents for class reports, theses, and general readings, and books, journals, and other publications to aid fac- ulty members in their research activities. The Brows- ing Rooms, in the General Library and Illini Union, for recreational reading, are popular with the under- graduates. The Library contains over two million vol- umes, a collection increasing at the rate of more than 50,000 books each year. Three off-campus divisions of the Library serve the Chicago professional colleges, and the undergraduate colleges at Galesburg and Navy LIBRARY AND LIBRARY scHooL Pier. The Library School, a professional school for the training of librarians, requires college graduation for admission. Established in 1893, it is the oldest library school west of the Alleghenies. From the beginning it has ranked as one of the outstanding library schools in America. The curriculum leads to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Library Science after one year of study, and to the degree of Master of Science after two years of study. Robert B. Downs has been director of the Library and Library School since 1943. University Library , 40 GRADUATE SCHOGL 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 J l l 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 41 Harold W. Hannah Director The Division of Special Services for War Veterans, which has been established by the faculty and the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, is the University's answer to the specific question, "What can we do to be of greatest service to veterans who Wish to come to the University of Illinois?" lt is a pioneering educational venture, breaking traditional educational policies, and allowing for an educational freeidom which will best serve the needs of individual stu ents. The Division offers veterans an opportunity to re- orient themselves academically through refresher work, reduced programs, and selection of courses, to move directly toward an educational objective by adding DIVISIGN OF SPECIAL SERVICES appropriate subjects to previously acquired creditg to attain an educational objective which involves subject matter offered in several colleges. Accordingly the Division administers the educational programs of vet- erans Whose special needs are not met by existing cur- ricula, and can certify such students for the Bachelor of Science degree. One ofiice of the Division handles veterans' claims for subsistence and tuition, another office conducts a service program for married veterans. In addition, the Division acts as a clearing house for claims, gripes, personal matters, and the usual problems which come to a deanis office. l University Armory 42 VETERINARY MEDICINE Training of students for the practice of veterinary medicine and for positions of responsibility in other fields of veterinary service and public health is one of the chief aims of the fledgling College of Veteri- nary Medicine at the University of Illinois. Although students probably will not be admitted to the college until the fall semester of 1948, according to Dean Robert Graham, many are now taking pre- veterinary work at the U. of I. The tentative curricu- lum provides for a minimum of two years in pre- veterinary instruction and four years of professional training. The first two years in the professional veterinary curriculum will be devoted largely to basic veterinary subjects, including anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, Robert Graham Dean parasitology, pharmacology and pathology, while the last two years of the professional curriculum will con- sist of instruction in clinical subjects such as med- icine, surgery or obstetrics. In keeping with modern trends in veterinary education, approximately two- thirds of the instruction in the senior year will be in clinical and laboratory practice in connection with the hospital and ambulatory clinics. Here, the student will apply the knowledge gained in classroom and labora- tory in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of animal diseases. This new college will be closely aliiliated with the Agricultural Experiment Station in research and with the Agricultural Extension Service in extension work. stars if rem, 'JW-Wifi 't"s"'a"'f""'f' ' A " 'g'lT1i 'WJZM V" iff ., i 4 ' .5 1 its t ff A ss ,,,, w 1 - 1.1 ' ' f -1a.f-,ivy Fifi ga 6's32+1f:i2,, g 5 gg Ahkfitifii 3 . ',p,.' Q p ,. sy 311,13 If iiefpwfgm,-A W 543215 W fffiflaffliflff ...gsefv ff 1,L"'i,., 3 ,f ,X amsii 'sf ' X M A I Veterinary Pathology Laboratory 43 i' " T ...il1- O 44 ,. M ,l 'I' fs? 1 r 2 M 4 'ff , . , f wx g 'WW' T f 9 was Q Q W' 419w 4 W Mx we W'-1 NORRIIX ELAINE ABELS ,...,,........ Ffrefmrf Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Chi Omega Illini Union Committee Q13 3 Cast, "XVarrior's Husband" Cl-IERNIE ABRAMS ...,.,...., ...Cbinzgo Journalism Adixertixiarg Delta Phi Epsilon Spanish Clubg Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini Q35 SIDNEY SAMUEL ABRAxIs ...., ,.,CIlviniIgo Commerce ACFOIIIIIHIICQ Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Pershing Rifles JAY ADAMS ...,................. Cbfinzpfiigzz Commerce Erorzonzirr Sigma Phi Epsilon MARION LOUISE AGNEXV ..... ,.,...... O gdeu Liberal Arts and Sciences Palifiml Science and Sociology Presbyterian Hall University Chorus fl, 2, 31g Cast, "Pirates of Penzanceng Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback", "Alcestis", "Pirates of Penzance" MARIELLA AIKMAN ......... ..... A Im-ian Education Englirly and History Evans Hall Concert Band G, 45 Southern Illinois Normal University INIARY HELEN ALBRIGI-IT ..... .. .Owmzeco Commerce Arcozmlizzg Medea Phi Chi Thetag Accountancy Club JUI.IIi'Ii MARIE ALLEN ........ .. .Berwyn Journalism Edizorinl Welsh House 46 , i li V ra vb . LARRY I-IoI.T ALLEN, JR, .... Indimzapalir, Ind. Commerce Acrarnzlmzfy Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescent: Alpha Kappa Psig Ac- countancy Clubg Basketball Manager 1295 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade ROBERT ALLEN ,..........,.. Wenjielrl, N. I. Engineering Civil Eugineeriafg Phalanxg Tau Nu Taug A.S.C.E.g A.I,M.E.g Major, University Brigade Honors Day ill QUIENTIN ALLHANDS ............... I!7"f:t.ide.i Liberal Arts and Sciences Ge11z'rf1.7 Tau Kappa Epsilon Knox College EUGENE Alfl' ................, .... E I Pino Engineering Elertriral Engineering Acacia Eta Kappa Nug Pershing Riflesg Scabbard and Bladeg Pi Tau Sigmag Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade JEAN Amiuorss ....,................ Am-ora Liberal Arts and Sciences Piyfbalogy Evans Hall The lllio Q35 North Central Collegeg Kalamazoo College BETTY JEAN ANDERSON ..,....,.,. Carboudfzle Liberal Art Sciences S nlogy Busey Hall Souther is m Un' rsi 1 CARI. JOHN ANoIzRs ' .... ........ C Zvimg, Agri . . e , fig1'0l707lIj' Barton House XVright Junior College GRACE LOUISE ANDERSON ..... .... G ilmfzu Agriculture Home Erozzomirr Home Economics Club: Rural Life Club JOHN MI2I.vIN ANDERSON. ..Kmm1r City, Mo. Engineering Elerlriml Erzgineering Kansas City junior College Mano.-tRI5'I' HEI.l2N ANDI5RsoN ....... . Fine and Applied Arts Painling Price Club Illustrators, Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day CI, 2 333 University of Scholarship Key Mxm .If ANDI5RsoN ....., l Arts and Sciences Sf1cfulu,Uj' Theta L .ilon Stephens College . D ix 11 Il Illinois .II Maru' SvI.vI,x ANDIzRsoN. . .... . . .Smztii-1!.If111 Fine and Applied Arts Ilflzxir Edzzmiioaz Bethany Circle Sigma Alpha Iota: NVomen's Glee Club 15. -Hg University Chorus fllg XVILL G -H' Cast, "Ruddigore" Trroxias YVAYNE ANDERSON ...... Sfrofzgbm-rr Agriculture Ganeri!! Louisiana State University Baaimim 'll-iANlE'I"l'l5 ANc:I's. . .Clvirngo Hai,gli1.- Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjicerb Gamma Phi Beta Assistant Business Manager, The Illio, The Illio fl, 2 3, 45 PI-III.IP ANIKs'I'I2IN ....... Glorcrn-ille, N. Y. Commerce flA't'0lN1ffI7Ilij' Gym Annex Hall Accotintancy Club Noa ra.-tx fQaRs'rIaN ANTIHIONISEN ..... Chicago Physical Education Pbyrinzl Education Delta Sigma Phi Sachem: Tribe of Illini: Major Ig Freshman Varsity XY'restling Squadg Varsity XVrestling Squad H, 3, Sl, Letter fl, 2, 33 Z El I i' aff' x .SQI Q , is a 2 :gi A -5.1 f Q 5, ', ,, 4 ,Z t n rl is 4 A, e i M3 Q v wtf' arm' W., ,. . I 1 N in ,pmt NORLIA ANN APPIEI. ................ Chicago Physical Education Pbyrical Edlzcnfirm Lowry Lodge The Illio CZ, 31 3 W.A.A.g Illini Union Com- mittee llj Honors Day fl, 2, 35 AI.vcIz VIRGINIA APOYAN. .Lor Angeler, Calif. Liberal Arts and Sciences Spmzifb Phi Mu Sigma Delta Pig House President IZJQ Illini Union Board 13, 45g Illini Union Committee 12, 37 3 University Chorus flj, French Clubg Spanish Club AI.IxIaR'r JACKSON APPUHN... .. .Du Quoin Commerce A'I!l1ItIgK7lIE71f Kappa Delta Rho Marketing Club Southern Illinois Normal University FIQRIIY S'rANI.nY ARAMOVICH ........ Ifffrkfom' Physical Education Plzyrirnl Edumtion Phi Kappa Tau Freshman Varsity Football Squad, Varsity Football Squad 11, 2, 353 Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Varsity Track Squad fl, 21 juI.IIIs THIfoDoRI5 ARIENBIQRG, ja, .... Chicago Commerce . AL'l'0lIHl!l!7l'Q' Delta Chi Star and Scroll, Hockey Manager 127 University of Pennsylvania, Northwesteirn University I' MARX' ALICIA ARcaIzNIsRIcsH'I' ..... Blandiurville Agriculture Home El'0I10l1lit'J' Alpha Delta Pi XVoman's Editor, The Illinois Agriculturist L35 3 Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club: The Daily Illini 11, 2, 39 1 The Illinois Agriculturist 13, 41, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet HJR, Production Staff, "Goodbye Again", "The XVarrior's Husband" Honors Day GJ j.'xNIi:Ia EII.I2I2N ARMITAGIE. ., .... Mm-1-i,vw11'iIle Agriculture Home 1it'0r1w11iI'.r 4-H House XV.A.A.g XV.A.A. Numerals Naxcv JANIS ARMSTRONG ......... Taylw-rifle Liberal Arts and Sciences .Erzglirb Delta Zeta The Daily Illini f5lQ Concert Bantl l3JQ German Club C3, 45 MacMurray College -I7 '.gI'r !:"F4 My Y.. .-........w,.v.-..-.,,.7...,....,.,..,,s ,5 Q I -' . i i 1 , 3 ,M J ---, -, .:' I ' .DL ' 5 :J lv glial.: J BY! 1i,,.ef 1 ' if liislfl' 1 im," fi.-i'i::i, W' , 4, img., , , it ,i,- . - ,Qua 3 A gssflwff gsiffz W , I vaio.:-+ , - J iEViii.f7lq,.""'5 , Milli-tsl:-.. ,. 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Sfvriugfielrl Liberal Arts and Sciences P,i'-yibrnlffgy Illini Hall Carroll College CAIISW'lil.I.A JEAN ARNOLD ........... Hilfrieri- Liberal 'Arts and Sciences Psychology Theta Upsilon The Illio iljg The Daily Illini fllg Illini Union Committee fllg Production Stali, "Twelfth Night", "King Lear" CHARi.ns Cirrus ARNOLD. .... ...Fair-bln, Engineering Mefbfzflirzll Erlgiflewiflg Triangle Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Nu Tau Viora BER ARNOLD ................. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Euglirb Herzel Junior Collegeg De Paul University CHRIS Joi-ix ARVETIS ................ Cbimgo Fine and Applied Arts Cwilmerrial Drniigu XVILI. fl I Morgan Park Junior College LAVHRNR BOBETTE Ascnnn. .. . . . .Cbirugo Education Gemfrrzl Illini Hall Production Stali, "The Male Animal" JOAN LUCILL12 ASCHERNIAN, .. .... Cbimgo Journalism Ad1'ei1i,ri11g Hoste House The Daily Illini IZ, 5, 43 Roosevelt College Jicaxxr LYDIA AsHKANAzY... .... Cbimgn Education Ezigliyla Harmony House House President Ml 3 XV.G.S. Executive Coun- cil Hb: Production Staff, "King Lear"g Spanish Club Herzel Junior College 48 A ," Y LI.0'x'D DARRIELI, ATER ........ .... 1 lllumfa Commerce Economic! Middlebury Collegeg Dartmouth College Ei.i.isN JAN!-T A'I'TI-IIIIZRY ....,.., Em! St, I.oni.r Fine and Applied Arts Ppliflfhlg Alpha House Illustratorsg House President 135 Honors Day IZ, 57: University of Illinois Scholarship Key P.i'rRic:iA Jilzfirszmz Arrnrmav ...,...... Clwir-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfyrbnlogy Alpha Chi Omega Illini Union Committee: Production Staff. "Barchester Towers", "King Lear", "Skin of our Teeth" XVright junior College OI!X'II.I,IE EDXVARD Aususrmn ......,. Drmznf Engineering 1IIri'b11r1ii'11l EIIgi1lUL'l'ilI'Q A.5.M.E.: Gamma Delta XVir,i.mM Srawuav ADTREY...jw1f.fbum, Ark. Engineering Civil E7Igi7IA'L'l'flIg Sigina Chi A,S.C.E. Princeton University MARX' Baneocii ...,... Ilffizrrvzafz Liberal and 3Sciences -r'-X ' 'STU'-.t Petite ggcliisbmhx, lil House Riyesidentigjuiil :lfpa-riislm Clrrhig Uni- xersity CI?l'qx1u,rgT'-gIli'I'f Vjfffffifwi .ff 'ff-W. N me-57725 .-Z I,-1 ., A ' 'rx'-, K N. if , -I gi, I 'MA :Ili ilk' LE7?k,i1?4 D., my R its 'J ills. Roiuaiir BUCKMAN .'I5?'-Tifi.. . .. .Clairfigo Engineering Civil Engim'eri11g Granada Club A.S.C.E. Northwestern University, Rose Polytechnic Institute ROIIIZRT ARGAST BACON ,.... .... R orrrille Agriculture General Casion Clubg Agriculture Club Romairr Cnfuuais B.-tuuaxiza ....,.. I2"i1nki'qm1 Commerce 1Ilm'ktfIil1g Sigma Phi Epsilon ROIHYRT j.-xmrs B.u1,1iY ....,... ...lllzlffllllb Commerce rllfzmlgiflzzelfl Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Cluhg Hou'e President I-ll: Illini Union Committee HI Wfestern Illinois State 'Teachers College lil: HAR ' oxn B.'xlRs'r'ow. ,. ' fl Law lan." Delta Tau Delta President, Senior Law Classl Phi Alphi Deltai Baseball Manager 1213 Fieshmau Varsity Polo Squadg Y.M.C,A. Cabinet ISI: Y,M.C.A. Board ol' Directors I-ljg Major. Cavalry, University Brigade George W'ashington University Iirmxclis LU: Il.l is li,-xxmt ...,.. .... lx 'firfhkii' journalism 1'l:l1'L'IIf.lfIIg Illini Hall Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini ll, 2. Sig House President t-lb: Illini Union Commt tee 12, 51 joax Bfxroav ................... Ailfuia Liberal Arts and Sciences Spfiziiib I.a Trienta Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta: Span- ish Club: Sigma Delta Pig House President ISI: Illini Union Committee Ill 1 Production Stali, "Romeo and Juliet", "l'5archester Towerxn Honors Day fl, 2, 33: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Maru' A1.x'ciz Baxxox., ............,, julia: Liberal Arts and Sciences CbL'7IliJ'!l,5 McKinley Hall Iota Sigma Pig XV,A,A.: XV,G.S. IZxet'ut'x'e Council HI Honors Day ISI Joliet junior College: St. Francis College Manx' Lou Bauman ....,.....,.... Xjoi11ghtfl.! Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfmlliah Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Delta: Torch: The lllio tl, 2. 3l: Star Course, Board of Manages Ill Honors Day Ili r,H,xuxcr,Y Hfxnoro Bancius .,..... t.'li11u1fmiga1 Fine and Applied Arts fI1'i'biIrcIl1r'f1l E71lEiI1L'l'I'jfl.H University Orchestra Ill 3 Cast, "No, No, Nannetten 3 tfj'1f5'g'27!' 4 .iii tw 'rgfiir lNIARGl'IERl'l'IE LILLIAN Baan .....,... ,Ilayizwul Liberal Arts and Sciences Sllzifurb Evans Hall Rtvru Ermxoa Bannxvlcix ......,.... Harreg Liberal Arts and Sciences ,Ellglfvb Locke Manor XV.A.A.: Production Stall, "King Lear", "Pirates of Penzance". "Alcestis", "Beggar on Horseback", "Blithe Spirit" Honors Day 153 Thornton junior College IEDXY.-IRI! Erariia Bama ...., Yunr1g.ilo11'1l, Ohio Engineering Ciril EI1AQfIIt'L'l'jI1g Phi Mu Delta A.S.C.E.: The Daily Illini i353 Varsity XY'restling Squad 151 Wlittenberg College Evrrvx Mfuzuf Baaxlis ......,........, fuller Lilweral Arts and Sciences Brlclifiifflagj Bethany House Honors DSW C31 Joliet junior College Rrtiufuum Cuftarrs Bartxrs. ..,.... lIHl1l1!l.I'f0t'k Commerce illfimzgulfleilf Alpha Sigma Phi Sachem: Skull and Crescent: Pershing Rifles: Alpha Kappa Psi: Phalanx: Cavalry Oriicers' Club: Accountancy Club: Blackhawk Troop: The lllio Ill: Star Course, Board ol' Man- agers IZ, Sl: University Orchestra til 1 Sec- ond Lieutenant, University Brigade RUTH MARILYN BfxaNif'i"r ,... ....... I jlvimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sncinlulqj Indeco Alpha Lambda Delta: Illini Union Committee Ill 1 Production Staff, "Romeo and ,lulietln Honors Day IZ, Sl Mirtiaiti Maron: Baan, i.........,..... Bifimou Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfycbolfzgy Reefer Club House President I-ll 1 XVomen's Glec Club llj ltlfuo' Amzisuois BARTH IMRSJ .,,.... Pwrifz Education Hiilury inn! Alzzriv Alphi Xi Delta Illinois XVesleyan University 49 IVIARY PAUl.INli BAR'rHizL... . ........ Pekin Commerce Purzroflllel flzfmi11i,i'lrafio11 Evans Hall Star Course, Board of Managers C21 Nizai. Iaxanx' B.iiR'roLoNi .,....... Cedar Pain! Division of Special Services Zllnrkelizzg Theta Delta Chi Marketing Cluh I,aSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior College Russiiii. BARULZH ...... ....,....... C birngo Division of Special Services XVIl.I.IAM josicvi-r Bfisi-r, JR. ...... Clafznzpnfgn Commerce Mn img 4' 111 en! Delta Phi Phi Eta Sigmag Star and Scrollg Accountancy Cluhg Marketing Clubg House President 141 1 Interfraternity Executive Council GI 1 lst Regimental Bancl fl, 255 Intramural Man- ager ill 3 Alpha Kappa Psi Honors Day ll, 21 Denison University Iavix jaaiias B.-i'1'12a1aN.. .,.. .... 1 Ilfirzifdl Agriculture Giczzcrfzl -IUNI5 Baum .......,....... . ..Cfmmi1 Agriculture Nniriliozz Medea Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day fl, 2, 553 University of lllinrpis Scliolarsliip Key FRANKLIN HARRY BAY1-IA,..F0l'! Wayne, Iml. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E. Honors Day KZ, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key XVINNIIE Barron ................... Urbfma Fine and Applied Arts Priifzting Alpha Omicron Pi XV.A.A. QU if A C C l C -1 A riii i t i i i MARION Llili BIZAL ............... .M011r11vlrll7 Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Sfiefzrer Phi Alpha Delta Ma-XVan-Dag Sachemg Phi Beta Kappa: Tomahavrkg Phi Eta Sigmag President, Y.M.C.A. 3 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q33 3 Y.M.C,A. Board of Directors 145g Concert Band C331 First Regimental Bancl 11, 2Jg Men's Glee Club 12, 35 Honors Day fl, Z, Sl: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Ronizirr JENNINGS Bisars ............ Demmr Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Ellg1:l1FE1'j7Ig Sigma Phi Delta Scahbard and Blade: Tau Nu Taug A.I.C.E,3 A.S.M.E.g House President C31 9 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Amherst Collegeg United States Military Academy Roinzrvi' MORGAN BEAM .,.., , ...Emmifm Journalism .Ezfitorfftf Phi Gamma Delta The Daily Illini ll, 2, 57, Assistant Editor MJQ Sigma Delta Chi: lNIen's Glee Club 12, 31 Marqozw RUTH BEAN, . ,. .. ,, . . -lfrfhrlflxf Commerce- Mfznzzgemenr Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torchg Shi'-Aig Treasurer, Y.W.C.A.g Mask and Baulileg Y.W.C,.A. Cabinet 13, 45g Production' Start, "King Lear", "Barchester Towers-"', "Three Meri on a Horse", "Twelfth Night "" , "'Rovrrren4 and Juliet" Honors Day KU' Brfvnieiar Bmsrs ....,...... Wirldim- Falla, Tex. Liberal Arts- and Sciences Elzglirb Gamma Phi Beta Y.W.C.A. Cabinet filly University Cho-ru-s fi, 49 Honors Day C37 Hardin junior College: Texas Suite Col- lege :lor Women james JIENRY Bac i i Dm. ..B0fam'iZY,, Mo. E t eeri , Student enate W ' ' . .g A. M.E,: M.I.XV. ' f ounc ff Honors Day 3 L 0 n Net 114 y 11 IX ti iv University of r ssouri- Enxvano Brfcricrt ,........., ,. . , , , .Clb-it-age Commerce l1zJ1i,rlriul' firfnzfflirfizzriwz GR,i'1'ia Bnciiinrc ......,............. Slazzrofz Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology McKinley Hall Psi Chi Hausa: XVYNETTE Bncrcrza ,.......... Ste:-Img Physical Education Pbyrical Elflll':lli0I1 Onondaga House President fdijg XV.A.A.g W.A.A. Xumerals James Brcrcsa. ,.........,,.... .Glen Ellyn Engineering Elertrirnl Engirreering Chi Phi Eta Kappa Nug Editor, Illinois Technographg XVILL fl, Sig I.R.E.g A.I.E.E. Honors Day C23 University of Michigan jcaxxr Bncxna ,.... journalism Edilorial Stratford House Theta Sigma Phi Honors Day Q55 Morgan Park junior College Nom Iasxrs Banks. .,................ Side!! Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb mul Spmlirh XVeatherly Hall Honors Day GJ XY"rr.r.r.ur Hraarfm BIZHLING, Ja., IVMI Allir, Wir. Engineering Eft'1'lI'f1'zIf E7IgiIll'C'I'jl1g Alpha Tau Omega University of Wfisconsin Exam Hoxyaao Brsrr. ........ E1-mzrrille, Ind. Engineering ,IIer'bfu1iml .Ezrgirrewizrg Phi Kappa Psi A.S4M.E.g Concert Band CZ, 33 3 First Regi- niental Band G, 45 Indiana State Teachers College LNTARY Rosh BELLAND ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Cagle Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Honors Day Ill Srraxw.-xa'r Coma Bmsrea. .Gmrre Paiurc, Mirb. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sacia! Science Phi Gamma Delta Ma-XVan'Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescent: Phi Eta Sigmag Illini Union Board 4253 President, Freshman Class: The Daily Illini ill: Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day 11, 25 as P V V f ...., 6, P ,L Vr gr k r, ,fy . L. r 1 fi it Q A . r L 2 -. F ". Ma li 2,1 I r 4 9:5 'sk 2 9 fm.-, F A 'VJ- ra to za,-'fr' 1, at Ffa a Q text sfs 14 fa, age, rf W' 4 .ofa , 5 aw, Q 4 I 1 is I-Ircjrmiar. BIENDAS ..........,.... Cbfmzfmign Engineering rllecbrrfriml Erzgirzeerilzg Brown Thresh Phi Eta Sigma: Pershing Ritlesg Scabbard and Bladeg Tau Nu Taug A.S.M.E.g Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day UD Ruiraau Krzrrr-r Braxjfmrx ...,... Cbnmfmign Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbezzliflry Pershing Rifles: Gymnastics Itlarw lirmax B1axNE'r'r ......,.... Cbnmjmigrz journalism Adrferlirifzg Kappa Alpha Theta Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet" Stephens College B.-iiur.-ina Rorsrsrxs BENSON ,...... Cbrzmfmigrz Education Svcoazdmy Englirb Farmington State Teacher's College 1-Irzascmar. Gaovraa BENSON ...... Cbfrmfmigu Physical Education Pbyrirnl Edfrmtioaz Psi Upsilon Tribe of Illinig Major Ig Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Freshman Varsity Ice Hockey Squadg Varsity Ice Hockey Squad 12, 333 Varsity Ice Hockey Letter 12, 35 Farmington State Teacher's College Isiwarzxczrs Mrrcnnrr. BnNzuu'....0rzk Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Phi Epsilon Pi The Daily Illini Q15 Ohio University jaanis Brrugos ............ . . .Chicago Education Mfrtbemfztirv XVrigl1t .Iunior College Lois JANE Bnaoiia .......,......... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology XV.A.A.g NV,A.A. Numeralg Major Ig Ter- rapin: Psi Chi Honors Day can University ot Chicago 51 ANA Br-rrmrarrx ,,...... ........... C bmzgff Liberal Arts and Sciences Lzrfzlmzlllipr Alpha Gamma Delta DePauw University ororrrx Braixrx Btllrr Hi liberal Arts and Sciences Sfifrlliab Delta Cizrmma Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: French Club: ' e Illio S 1 Illini Union Committee 5 1 rot uction staff, "K'n5 Lear", "The Skin f Our Teeth" Honors Day 437 Principia College P,rr'rrrc.m Lorra Brarcrrrfxx ........,.. Cbiruzgo Education Efrfzzlcrllrrrj Erfnrrzlfuzz Phi Sigma Sigma The Illio 11, ll 1 Illini Union Committee Ill Rorsrjar Errxvm Brfrmv .......... lifrrr Molina Commerce rlllzmrgrvlulrl Stadium Hall Tomahawk: Freshman Council: Preside:1t. Sophomore Class: The lllio U, Zjg Illini Union Committee: Chairman, Illini Union Cotfee I-loursg Chairman, Green Friars: Pro- duction Staff, "Nothing Venturetl" Honors Day 11, Z, Sl Wrr.r.rAM ELTON Brfruw, jrz .,... .4,., Z uiglrfr- Liheral Arts and Sciences Polflicaf St'fL'fIt't' Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilong Pi Tau Sigmag Scahbard and Blade: Production Stzrti, "Blithe Spirit" Honors Day il, IJ liarurarm ANN Biasrtmrfrtrrirfa .... Spf-ing Valley Commerce Cwfzrlllfirfal Y'r'r1clvil1g Theta Upsilon Phi Chi Theta: Illini Union Committee 42, 41 BIacMur'ray follege Rrcrhrarua Purzvrs Brtsr ....... Cfflffzfibnr, Ohio Division of Special Services Cururvll Ohio State University XVILLIAAI CONRAD BIZTTIENHAUSIEN, JR., F1w1Hnrl Agriculture General Farm House Phi Eta Sigma: Star and Scrollg Agricultural Club: The Agriculturist ill g House President 153 1 Interfraternity Executive Council 15, -il 1 Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors Q51 3 First Lieu- tenant, University Brigade Honors Day ill 52 Errrrrv FRANK Bnvria ........ .... G f1lm1m'11 Commerce flccolnmnlcy Beta Gamma Sigma: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Chi Theta: Accountancy Club Honors Day ll, 2, SJ 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Roruarcr' josrivn Brzvm. .,........... Driurrille Liberal Arts and Sciences Clw111i,rf1'y Alpha Chi Sigmaq A.C.S. Joram Frmwrzrs BrANrgHrur"r'A. . .Sfmfb Snnnlrrm' , fa S Q I w it wrt? W , 'dx 5- l , Q we Engineering I A H .flrwwnrffliml Ei1gi11r'w'i11g gif, K 1, Honors Day I I , 33 Ermrfsr' Luoxvrc: BlBlERS'll2IN. ,Bwaklym N. 5 . Agriculture Gvneml flgr'ir111lm'e Alpha Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Zeta: Agriculture Club Honors Day fl, Z, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Rorarzar JACKSON- Brrirrcrc ....... Blnominglon Commerce flz'w11111f117r'y Theta Chi Alpha Kappa Psi: Accountancy Club Cr-rfrarrs Krirrrruia - .mos ,........ Eirrlville ' ing rllrrlu. gizzwriug hlUAI.l.AC1Z Bvaorv . ........... W'lrmron Commerce Alaznrgrzzlezzl Delta Sigma Pi Nortlrwestern University Roruarrr Bvaory Bran ....,. Chevy Chime, MJ. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cberrziml .E7IgilIL'EI'i7Ig Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Beta Pig Omicron Delta Kappag A.I.C.E. University of Maryland RUTH Aarixiz Birumfri. ...... ..,Chamfmigi1 Commerce 1fi'w1ol1lir'v' Honors Day 113 Eastern Illinois State 'Iieachers College Russri. 1.HARI.liS Burk ......,....... ffbioigfi E Liberal Arts and Sciences 3 Hia la ry A 1 Granada Club Honors Day 153 'E Rom- "x Biakuimra. . .Sl. lt Education C,'lu1ui+1i-9 ' Dux.-tio XVIII.: ii Binks .... ,,,, I Haifa Commerce fh'rn1111lf111i'y Alpha Tau Omega Sachemi Skull and Crescent: Track Manager 123 Honors Day 133 .3 ff' . as ,, W, 1. . M- -1: , 1 after ie. ...JW . , - ,K .., .i me .i if Sigqfffiiiff. .,w21.EI'i' ft? 4, aaa, I l, we i 1- ,Q x 4 t X . 1 if in wa 'J ,fi PU' ff- , eg ,R X mm? 'Z 1 wi ei' 1 is ff i f L - QM ,QP 'cf WUI 5feeEE2?I+:g:i,,.gq3,s1f, I 1 Roiuzar I7Ul.'l'ON Bisnoif ............ Difrfimr Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Granada Club Alpha Phi Omega University of XVisi'onsin Roiuiicr Lizaox' Brrziza, ...,...... Cfilliriiiiillv Division of Special Services Cozzmlerre Beta Theta Pi Ma-,XVan-Da: Sachem: Skull and Crescent: junior Prom Publicity Committee 133: Busi- ness Manager, The Illiog The Illio 11, 1, 3, -I3 1 A Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: Varsity Basketball Squad 123: House I'resi4 dent 143: Interfraternity Executive Council 1532 Chief Illiniwefc 15, -131 Star Course, Board ot Managers 1231 First Regimental Band Honors Day 113 Cu.-uuats Tuoaias Black. ,. . ,.l.f1SoIlif Commerce 13l11ri'eIfr1g Theta Delta Chi Marketing Club: Accountancy Club l.aSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior College NIINNIIE Lou Bi..-uik ..,............. Cl1iri1,qu Liberal Arts and Sciences GIt'I1L'7'lIl PU-isbfifffgg Gamma Phi Beta The Illio 11, 231 W'omen's Glee Club 133 3- Production Staff. "Pride and Prejudice", "Romeo and Juliet" V - ' R i . rPf'fs2.::. 2 1 , f QW f 1. .. -2 55' . fir x V, 153 2 A 1 ty 5 . 0 .5 f a Ricuaao Hrrrz BLACK ...........,. ,..0lney Division of Special Services P15 rlmlngy Kappa Sigma House President 153 1 Interiraternity Executive Council 133 ALMA KATHRYN B1.AcKxx'oon ......... Urbfnnz Fine and Applied Arts illllfii' liflllmlifnl XV,A.A. 143: Concert Band 1531 W'0f1'1Cr1'S Glee Club 15, -I3 George Peabody College joiix XY,AI,'I'l.R Bi.aKlia..Klfmm1b Ffillf, Ore. Engineering Ciril Ezzgialwwirlg Alpha Tau Omega ljnixersiiy of California Lois llaxiz BLAN1: ,.,........ .,,Bcfb1my Agriculture Home lfrmmnliiir vi-H House Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Economics Club 13. -13: Illini Union Committee 153 Honors Day 13t Blackburn College Baucjii EDWARD Bl..-lNSlIT'l' ...,.... llVfIIl'fJBffL'l' Division of Special Services Cfullzllerri' Alpha Kappa Lambda Wiiii.-ou fiaixix Birusoiz .... .. .Inglei-ifle Engineering .lIl'rbfu1li'11l E11gi71L'l'7'f!lg Lambda Chi Alpha Eureka College Gisrav IJI'Tl5I1 Brom ....... 151111 Claire, Wir. Engineering r3Iurb1zf1icf1l Ezlgillewirllq Phi Delta Theta A.S.M.E.1 Interfraternity Executive Council 153: Tribe of Illini 1335 Varsity Track Squad 15. 43, Letter 15, -135 Varsity Foot- ball Squad 153 Stout Institute Raiyifi Urvssizs Broom ..... . . .Lirbamz Agriculture Gerzcml Pershing Rifles: Phalanxg Agricultural Club 53 JOHN GERALD BLOOMFIIILIJ ...,... Car-lim-ille Commerce I AfLi0lIJIlr!IIL'j I Sigma Chi V Honors Day 12, 35 X EDXVIN ELLSWORTH BLY. .Suu Francisco, Cizl. Engineering Civil Efzgirwerizzg Chi Epsilong A.S.C.E. 1 The Technograph University of California PHILLIP EDVUARDS BLY ..... lznfinmzpolir, Ind, Division of Special Services Genera! Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 145 Indiana State Teacher's College CHARLES EVERETTE BOETTCHER i..... Rackfan! Fine and Applied Arts Arcbiterllmzl Derign University of Texas ROBERT LYNN BoHoN .....,..,..... Demmr Liberal Arts and Sciences Clacvzziml Erzgifzeerifzg Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Chi Sigmag Sigma Taug University Orchestra 12, 41 Honors Day fl, 2, 33 Millikin University i EARL EUGENE BOLING .....,.. ...Pena-in Engineering Alecbarzirnl Efzgineering Phi Eta Sigma IVIARION BOLLINGIZR .,..,... . . .Cbimga ,i journalism flflr'ef'fi.riHg Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torchg Assistant Editor, The Illiog Freshman Councilg The Illio fl, 2, 3, 4l Honors Day fl, Sl ALLAN DAVID BOLOTIN ....,. ...Cbimgo Commerce ACf0Il7IftlI1l'j Tau Epsilon Phi . Wfright junior College U he ,if ,gm Q naw M imfr " if K 8 w r le Ai' X if , ' . . '-3:3-aa is 'A 'I .2 , . t, .1-5-3-,egg 11, i,g 56 515 ,,,g ' ' Af -I JOHN HARRY BOLT ................,. Cicero Engineering lvlffbllllffdl Ezzgizzcerirzg Columbia University LYMAN BONNER ....,..........., Lnlae Vflla Commerce fl cw llllltlllfy Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Club ALVERN Nom. BONNETT ..... .... T nrmln ' Commerce Mfrrkefing Pi Kappa Alpha Mask and Wigg Marketing Club fl, 2, 475 Accountancy Club Cl, 213 Cast, "Red Points and Blue" University of Pennsylvania KATHLEEN ELOISIZ Boos .........., Cmtbnge Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbenziflry Evans Hall Marycrest College GERALD HARRISON BORDEN ....... Clmmpfzigfz Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Denial Theta Delta Chi Head Photographer, Illini Publishing Com- pany, Interfraternity Executive Councilg Sec- ond Lieutenant, University Brigade RICHARD BORXS .... .... C biriigo . - ng erfrir I gince Tar' 1 hi CHARLES EDWARD BOTTERBUSCH ...... De Sam Agriculture Giwlwril Nabor House Illini Rural Life Club Honors Day fl? ALBERT CARL BOTTIN ,,............... Pekin Division of Special Services ClI7llll1L'V'L't? Tau Kap a Epsilon Phi Mu Aipphaz Sinfoniag Kappa Delta Pig Phi Alpha Chi, House President C533 Inter- traternity Executive Council C313 Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 415 Star Course, Board of Managers 12, 51 3 Men's Glee Club QZ, 3, 43 L University Orchestra fl, 2,-SJ - , , Honors Day fl, 2, 51 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Hmm E1,izaiiia'i'u Bowuircri, Lllkt'IL'00!2l, Obio Agriculture Home Erozromicr Presbyterian Hall Phi Upsilon Omicrorig University Chorus C13 Honors Day HJ BETTY ,I L' 1. it BOWEN ....4..... ..,, If 1l'l'I'.lll Journal ism A,:l1'erIi,ili1g Illini Union Committee L43 g The Daily Illini 645 Southern Illinois Normal University Lois Rv Owens ....,........ e . Arts and Sciences Cl7l'7!IlJ'lI'j' Colonial Manor Iota Sigma Pig Gamma Delta Honors Day ISI Aurora faillege BIARY Ginuialxn Boxvrias .......,.. Tirkilim Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Kappa Kappa Gamma Cyclothem Club Illinois XY'esleyan University lNlARY CATHERINE Hownasocic ...... Hiurdrzlr Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Theta lfpsilon DePauw University MELviN Alrirzoaie Boxnaamx ...,,. Iffnlzkegrrii 1 . Aga Division of Special Services -7 A -1 L . P I X 3 7 tttrg I in 5 . " Commerce Alpha Epsilon Pi Pershing Rifles fl, -lg Accountancy Club: Marketing Club ERNEST Bovaais ................... Chicago Engineering Electrical' Ezzgiorerifzg College Hall XVright -lunior College Enwano Arvm BoYi.1z ............... Anmm Liberal Arts and Sciences Molbefzznlicf Phi Gamma Delta XY'abash College Tiioaras BRAHANA ..........,...... U:-bam: Liberal Arts and Sciences lll!1IbEl7ll1lll45 Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day tl, 2, 573 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Lizoxa BRAHIN ............... ,.Wa1flzegfnz Education Biological Science Evans Hall Arepog Mask and Baubleg Production Staff, "XYlarrior's Husband", "H.M.Sr Pinafore", "Claudia", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Romeo and Juliet" NORMAN Hiziusifai' BR.-KININ ......... Cbirrrgo Liberal Arts and Science Cbevzi.t1ry Sigma Alpha Blu Captain, University Brigade Honors Day Q15 jitxis RUTH Baaaii,ii'r. .....,......... Peo:-in Liberal Arts and Sciences Prgrlwlogy Alpha Omicron Pi Mortar Boarclg Torchg Shi-Aig President, Y.Wl,C.A.g Pan-Hellenic Executive Council ii-J: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet C3, 415 Star Course Boarcl ot lvlanagers 1213 Illini Union Com- mittee fljg NVomen's Glee Club KID Honors Day fl, 2, 53 Columbia University Iimvfxnp Waixriaa BR,-.NDT ,.,. Gle-fulfils, Calif. Division of Special Services Marketing Illini Union Committee Glendale College Paul. CARL HENRY BR.-XNDT, Izzdiamipolii, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Arclvizerllnwl Ezzgizzeerifzg Alpha Rho Chi Gargoyle Society: Toniahawkg Pershing Ritlesg Scabbard and Blade: Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade Honors Day C13 Hiaaixiaar ALLEN Bafxxnwiaix ........ Cbirngo Commerce A Irumg em e 111 Phi Epsilon Pi KA'rHi.ni3N BRANIGAN ....,.......... Amboy Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjmuirh Shawnee Spanish Club Q47 g XV.A.A. f1,2J North Central College 55 T i S I 5 t l I K, iv, ,Y i .-M if I F V, S 4 l l 5 y l rl C tl rl l I I .ll V 1' 1 5 H'"'ll lriilliiuivI"" l li....1... - , , , , ,,,, , li...-i111 ..i.-11 i. lllL1...-l- , . -.,l.-..l...-1- r ..li. 1-- W , , , 1 ,, ,,T.,..1. -, .aa l1ll l- .l- ..l- Snirzrizv Mm' Bmux ..........,..,. Chit-rip, Agriculture lmiillififiii ,lliziiiigeiiieur Alpha Xi Delta Che College jrnm' PHlI,I,IP Baaxfiariim . .. , .. . . .Chimgii Fine and Applied Arts fiI'l'biIE1'7ll7'E Phi Epsilon Pi University of Notre Dame Inxxviiizxciz josrrua BRIEININ,.Holly-14-iiiffl. Oil. Engineering Ciril Eiigiiiewiiig Chi Epsilon: Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pi: A.S.C.E.: Varsity Basketball 125 Montana School of Mines MAm:Ama'r Loursra Bruzania ......,.. Dim:-illr' Liberal Arts and Sciences Spiillirlr Evans Hall Spanish Club: Illini Union Committee 11, Zh 3 University Chorus 11. 271 XVILL 1112 Cast, "Three Penny Operaug Production Stali. "Blithe Spirit", "Beggar on I-Iorsehack" "Pirates of Penzance" ,IOANNA Mali BRIENNISR .......,.. Cixrzifz Pink Physical Education Plvyinzl Ediimlioiz Achaea XV.A.A. 12, 5, -U3 XVomen's Glee Club 11, 2, 3. lllg Physical Education Major Club 12, 5, all l.i2,wr'rTA Maxim: Bmaxvsn, , ., .. . .Toledo journalism Editorial Xveatherly Hall Greenville College Br'r'rY LOUISE Barnes ....... ...Welilfiii Commerce Teizcbiizg Vanlig Alpha Lambda Deltag House President 1-ll I-Ionnrs Day 113 JACK Russizri. BRINK ................ flmfwy Commerce Biiiibiiig aim' Fiimiire Acacia Second Regimental Band 11, Zig Universty Orchestra 1535 Marketing Club: Accountancy Club 56 ww Muanai. Hlariax Bnomnwm' ...... Gmiiize Cify Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfmiiiib Busey Hall Sigma Delta Pig Production Start, "Romeo and Juliet", "Barchester Towers" Honors Day 135 XVashington University Wnsuzv ROIIICRT lzzixan ,..... Aimzrillfi, Tex. Division of Special Services Erlglixb Men's Residence Hall Texas Technical Universityg Texas State University JEAN Auumzv Mara BROCK ,.... Sf. Loiiij, Ala. Liberal Arts and Sciences Clwiiiiifry mul Zoology Illinois Agriculturist 1111 Ecology Club 12. 3, 49 EriNrzs'r CARL Blioc3KscHM1DT ...... .LizGrfziige Liberal Arts and Sciences El'0l10filfl'J' Men's Residence Hall Lyons Township junior College Erma Rmzvii Baoosicr. .. ..........., Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences SIIITVIIH-QQ' Sigma Delta Tau The Illio 11, ZH :The Daily Illini 113 ,qffhm JEAN Kiziusv Baofilrr.. .....,....,.. Peoria LiberaIl.Arts add Sciences f..f"fIF5i?2gLrio1i GQi1e1'aifffi1ii1'i3.E Alpitia Chi 'Qmegtgj ll Mfr' Alpl1a"iLz1U1b.d.a Tellag Stal: Board of Manageis"'T1f."?xzg Productg6n Staff, "The- XVomen" imp Honors:,fD'aQLM', 21 ,Mi TTETPK if A IQ' I , aff" fi' Q11 I"-,,,4?' xff, ff, 'A N-'-" 1' wil " H xiwifdx. VUAYNIZ Go'r'ri.nan Baorzm., ja ....... ,Pwr-in Commerce M ima g em en! Beta Theta Pi Band of X: Pierottsg The Daily Illini 1114 Freshman Varsity Golfg Varsity Golf 12, 33 I XVILL 1255 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade: Cast, "Two On An Island", "Love Rides the Rails" F1.oR12Nc:12 JANIVI' BROMAGE .....,... Hiimfizle Fine and Applied Arts Mniif Ediicnfioii Theta Upsilon University Chorus 13, 45 Monticello College ,I.-miss Ritan Bnooxs, ja ...... .... I fbiragfi journalism Ifcfirrfrfrll Chi Phi Daily Illini fl, 2, 3, All: Sigma Delta Chi Bi'n'roN fil.IIflf0IIl7 Baoxvx .... ...Cbii-iigf, Commerce Alr1ikz'Iiz1g Phi Kappa Tau Accountancy Club: Marketing Club: Alpha Phi Omega: The Daily Illini UI Claaao Ai Baoxvx ,.....,. of Special Services illzixri' fliflllizzirlialioll Alpha Ch ho Men's Glee Cflub C23 5 First Regimental Band I I I I-Irrizx Iaoxsairrn Baoxvx. .K1if1.ni,r Cify. Alff. Liheral Arts and Sciences P.i'ji'l1nlffgj Kansas ffity University jasiits L1,m'u Baowx. . ...... .. .liibiiuii Commerce 1Ilf1m1gi'1l1c1l1 Delta Tau Delta Tribe of Illini: Major I: Freshman Varsity Golf Squad: Varsity Golf Squad fl, 3, -Hg Varsity Golf Letter 12, 3Ig Captain, Gulf Team HI 3 Marketing Club Itlarriom' Touu BROWN ......,.... llilliibffiff Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjirurb Cnrrc'i'1inl1 Zeta Phi Eta Iilackhurn College INIAIIY Suri BROWN ......... Cie:-vlmirl. iIIf,i.r. Education .Ilrlll7t'IlI:Iljt1f nm! FI'L7llt'b Delta Delta Delta Illini Union Committee Mississippi Delta State University Mizavix Fowiiia Bizoxvxn ........... Urbiimz Liberal Arts and Sciences Chwzlirfrg Sigma Chi Kioncert Band III DePauw University Roinam' BIELI. Bnowxis, AIR.. ,. .... Urbfiziiz Engineering fIlucbn11ii'nl Ifugimfeiillg Sigma Chi A.S.M.E.1 Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade ANN Bnuciz ,...... .,...,...,........ 1 111011 Liberal Arts and Sciences P,iJrfmlugJ Alpha Delta Pi The Daily Illini ISI g Production Staff, "King Lear" I.indenwood College NANCY jaxif Briuciif .....,.......... 1.fIt'f',lrl!l Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfmuirb Shawnee House President I-ll: Illini Union Council GI: Illini Union Committee tl, Z, 3, Ill: Spanish Club 13, -H Honors Day III tiiiaarias Bizaxnaicr Baiwarzifx. .. ,... BL'l'lI'JIl Engineering Ciril El1gfI1L'UIf1lg Sigma Chi Chi Epsilong A.S,CI.E. Morton junior College: Northwestern Uni- xersityz Purdue Unixersity Axmarixa Lurinin Bnummia. .. ...l,ium!11 Education Ciziiw Mcliinley Hall Lincoln College: Illinois State Normal Uni- xe:sity M.-nu' ELIZAIIIPIAH Bauman ..........., Ufhfum Fine and Applied Arts l11a'n.i1ri:1l Dtziigai Alcestis Crnmt: DISMAY Bizvxxisk .... ..., f lnmm Engineering CL'I'1llllit' Eaigizzwrizzg Pershing Rifles: Caisson Clubg Scabbard and Blade: First Lieutenant, University Brigade Eviaixx jorciz Brcmxr ..... , ......... Xenia Liberal Arts and Sciences Pig rbulngg Hilcrest House President 123 1 Spanish Cllubg XV.A.A. Q35 57 JAMES BUCK .,......... Council BIIIUI, lazm Division of Special Services Nami! Srienfe Phi Delta Theta Honors Day 135 Wlabash Collegeg Ohio XVes1eyan Uni- versity .NIILDRIED BROUSEK BUCIQLEY. ...,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbyricf German Club Honors Day QU Northwestern University RoBI2R'I' CHARLES BUCI-IMAX. .. . . .Cbimga Engineering Civil Eizgineeriilg Granada Club A.S.C.E. RonI2R'r MICIHAEI, BUHAI ...., .... C bimlga Commerce Mazmgemefzt Zeta Beta Tau House President 141 g Interfraternity Execu- tive Council 153 3 Illini Union Committee fl, 23 3 First Lieutenant, University Brigade I'IONY'ARD BULLARD ........,.. Aledlawl, 05111. Commerce Arraizzzfmzfy Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club Northern Oklahoma Junior College ROGER SUMMIERS BULLARD. .. . H5111-if1ghel.! Commerce Mmmgemefzr Delta Phi Alpha Kappa Psi CUR'rIs WII.soN BUNTING, Grfzlln' Rfzpinfr, Mirff. Division of Special Services General Men's Residence Hall Grand Rapids junior College CAROLYN FRANCES BURGESS. . . .. .Tff11im Education Conzmerrin! Edfzcrzliofz Zeta Tau Alpha Mask and Baubleg Orchesisg Production Staff, "The WarI'ior's Husband", "Claudia", "Guest in the House", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men on a Horse"g Daily Illini HJ g XV,A.A. 58 Tnnouoiuz AUGUST BURGWARD, jR...Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbenzirlry Gym Annex XVilson junior College ,IOHN VALENTINE BURNS ........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences itlatlyefzzfzrici' Phi Kappa Psi University of Notre Dame: Indiana State College Euw'ARu EYIERETT BURR ............. Chicago Fine and Applied Arts lmimliial Durilqu Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of Arkansas 1 ffj K INIARY I.oUIsIs BL'R'l'I.IT.. .... . ........ Quincy' 9 . , Q p J 'Z Liberal Arts and Sciences 1Ilalf7c'f1JrI!if.r -,,Lf'g,,Q Menomce Manor A Alphi Pi Delta Quincy College I ,a f kg,-Us in wg , , , iQiIff, ',ssga?fas :KW V. QS 6 ij ,ia -1 ,I , .. ,C E ,VM W a 1 zz I if v w. ' 1 -V ,f,if,,,am 2 nw W -f ti Ir If 5 I K 1- , ARTHUR FREDERICK Busnoom ........ Gifford Commerce Bminer: AI!ll1!1g8?7Z6'71l Phi Sigma Kappa Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Fresh- man Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Base- ball Squad QZ, 3, 4j g Marketing Club Q42 GI.Ar5Ys CARLSON Buscn ........ ..G1'eenzfiew jo A ' m ' iiorir Illini Hall North . - Un er. y FRANCIS BUSHMAN ..... 1. Nngifmz, Wifi En ee' g Cir!! E11gn1ez'ri11,g Phi Kappa Psi Chi Epsilon: Sigma Taug A.S.C.E. University of Washington MIERRILL FRANCIS BUTLER, JR. .,.... Rockford' Engineering Merbmzicnl EllgjI1t'L'lj7I!g Chi Psi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg House President GI: Football Manager Gig Tribe of Illini KU, Second Lieutenant, University Brigade XVALLACIE BUTLER ..... .... IN 'ew York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Poliliml Srienre Pi Lambda Phi Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg House President IS, 45 5 lnterfraternity Executive Council 12, 31 3 Second Lieutenant, University Brigadeg Rifle Club XVILI,IAAI MARTAIN BUIORAC ........,. Cbmzgn Fine and' Applied Arts f1r'rbirfI'fm'u Gargoyle Honors Day 12, 31 Donor 'f Ano .......,.... T' ' Arts and Sciences P.I'yI'h0logy Alpha D Pi Psi Chig Illini Union Committee fl, 3, -H1 Production Staff, "King Lear" Earlham College Roisiirvr HAIILAN CAI.DNY'lfI.L ....., jfzrleiwzr-illif Engineering Geneml Ezigineeriug Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.C,E.g House President f3l L lnterfraternity Executive Council 423 Illinois College I-IENRY JOHN CALLSEN ....... .... O ak Park Agriculture Genera! Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Zeta Lyons Township junior College XVILLIAM CARROI. CAIivIN ....,,,..... Urbfnm Division of Special Services Pre-Lfzw Honor Day 135 Illinois State Normal University ANNA IYIARIE CAAIPANA .,........,. lt"ilmr11r Fine and Applied Arts C'fn1l1l1rI'ril1l Drsigu Delta Zeta Illustratorsg The lllio ill: XY'omen's Glee Club 113: University Chorus C153 House President 121 Honors Day 133 JOAN FR.-iNt:I:s C.-it-II1iufI.I. .......,,.. Cjbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Snriology Kappa Alpha Theta The Illio fllg Daily Illini 41, IJ: House President f-Hg Illini Union Committee fill XV.A.A. fl, 2, 3, -Il Q . C fefswa ., ,..g,u - 1 I. .,f :3'1,,f.2 ., V if., X? 'er cod it ,ei Qtr ei A if I " " ' J :Wi sa l S S545 Rst If ss Q N rygafy H ,hae We ,i .I ,s ., 4- .ic ti 'X ' ,H ' , '- -' I ' "" ' 51 ! X a or Z We 3 ' . ,,, H -5-gin: 1 '1 ' ..-fl ffl' , -I. MARJORIE JANE C,urPIIIzLI.. .. ..... Joliet Education GeogI'r1.1Il7y Busey Hall joliet junior College RILZIIARD CI.,iaivoIsI5I.I,o ...... .,.. R orkffmi Commerce fi I'ro1111m1I rj' Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigmag Accountancy Club Honors Day fl, 2, SIL University of Illinois Scholarship Key SAMUIEL CaIiIvoIIIfI.Lo ...... .... Rockford Commerce !it'i'0llI1lrl1l!'j' Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psig Account- ancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key LIzsLIIa CAN'riaIu+um' ....,.......... O'Fr:IIw1 journalism Pzzblfmliorz Alfzzzngerzrczzf Sigma Delta Chi CHARLOTTE RUTH Cmrort ......,... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiflry Ivria Iota Sigma Pig House President XVright junior College Grzonoiz Ev-'ANs Caizamxos ........ .. .Elgin Engineering Eirrlrirnl E7IlQi11t"l'l'ilIg Mull Manor A.I.E.E. Banimrox .lover CaaI.m'oN ........ Gary, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sariologj Kappa Alpha Theta ROBERT LI2Iz Cartrocic .,.... .Shirley Commerce ,Ilfrmilqrzfzefzf Illinois State Normal University 59 ,..e,,..... ,...a NIARGARITI' ANN CARLs'rEN ....., .. .Pfmfm Commerce Pl'V,f07l7It'1 Alllllzlgclllvlll McKinley Hall Accountancy Clubg XV.A.A. Honors Day fl, Z, Sl: University of Illinois Scholarship Key t i VINCIENT Luc:1AN Claaauisim ......... C.'lv.Frfign - Division of Special Services ,L S1111 wir In Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Club i I I VERA LORRAINIE CARTIIR .... .... Ii wry: Commerce Altzfiflgtfniwzf Buscy Hall Iwlorton Junior College JOHN JAArizs CARY ............... Hwmfiwmrl Commerce rllfzrkrfizlg Wfenatchee Alpha Kappa Psi: Pierrots: Marketing Clubg Mens Glee Club 13, All: Cast, "Beggar on Horseback", "AIcestis", "Devil and Daniel XVebster" Thornton Junior College PAUL VAN ZANIBT CARY ..... .... I Ewkjw-rl Commerce Alalmgcnzezzf Illini Union Board CZ, 35 HARRY JAaiEs CASEY, JR .,.. ...Sm I,fini.r, Mo. Physical Education Plyyriml ,Ezlnrrztinzi Pi Kappa Alpha University of Xllfisconsin l A JOHN S'l'ANI,!2Y CAssrt1.i.A .... .... A lmu Commerce Aflrzrkelizlg Alpha Kappa Lambda Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg Daily Illini ll, 21 Honors Day flj Faiznraicia STANLEY CASSMAN, ...... Fi-utfjmiz Liberal Arts and Sciences Pie-Lnzl' Sigma Alpha Mu Freshman Varsity Track Squad: Interfraternity Executive Council KS, -ll 1 XVILL CZ, Sl 60 :-if. . nw f 'Wh 'lk' af ,, A qi: "' , . ,it C I 'lg t r 53 ti am' sc 'Q W W , i J, is is A we : fab f , 1 ' fs 3,1 , .. ' ,sf fliriwf uf ,aa an --of . . H riifii if ax 1 -so JAMES EVFRIZTT CATHFY ....,., Sf. Lfmir, Mu. Division ot Special Services l11dn,r!1'ial rllfzamgenlezlt Alpha Tau Omega lwlarketing Club Honors Day LSI Wlashington University JOHN CIAVANAUUH .......,.....,,. Daurillr Liberal Arts and Sciences Ernzlofllicr Delta Tau Delta House President 1413 Intramural Manager ll? Tom RICHARD CAVANAUOH ......... Dfmzfille Fine and Applied Arts Puizliiug Delta Tau Delta AIOANNA CAVANEIE ............... Cbfimjmign Liberal Arts and Sciences P,i'J'rbolngJ- Chi Omega Mortar Board: Torchg Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta: Psi Chig Chairman, Home- coming Committee C353 Chairman, University Sings fljg Illini Union Board f4Jg Illini Union Council 12, 51g Illini Union Commit- tee fl, Z3 Honors Day 11, Z, an Q University of Illinois Scholarship Key I.i'c:lE NIARGARET CIHALMERS ........ Wilmentf Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbologg' Alpha Delta Pi Lake Forest College FRANK WILLIAM CH4!fif3'ag. ,. ,...Hmmrw Cbfhmerdi wRgr,i 0ri11el,'f,wrllfzz1d'kez11 c fig, N Fou r l iz , 1 af' Accountancy Cltibsgylalrkeggg-Club r yillqinx ji 1151 J 1 1 I i F xx -X E , , ',,.s7-aff' f A -.LLL f ,X ' ,-fn-s 'i lv ,Elf ' 4 ,wx it y' . 15'-rf" , x ,. 1 X MARILYN Lomsiz Ciliiaigagditil ....,.... Freepoif Fine and Applied Arts C07U77l67'L'idl Art Delta Gamma Student Senate 13, 433 Student Affairs HJ: Illustratorsg Illini Board of Control 13, 45 Honors Day 12. 53 Maryville College HIUNG TING CHEN. .KHl7Wlif1g, 1'lH777lI7l, Cbimi Liberal Arts and Sciences CZ7L'lIl.ilidf Ellgifzeeriflg National Yunnan University of China I-IENRY ALLEN CHILDIERS .,.,... .... L 'ibmm Riugirizr, CrAvARm.I.A ......... .... C bimgo CO1DmC1'CC Journalism Foreign Trade and Trzrzzrpoi-lfzfiozz Adrerfiriazg WIT-L ill Illini Hall Xvright junior College Cironm MAF Ciairxo ...,........... Cbirago Roiuirci' Cruzer: CHISOLM,.rlIfrIllB11f70ff.i', Mimi. ' Liberal Arts Amr SUCMCS Commerce Q K 111-,.I,m.1 rllwmgmruazl Busby Hall ' A'P'H THU Omega W A' irisna Union Committee rzi Dolphins: Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad: Varsity Swimming Squad ii. -il Itriririrrr CHODIER.-X ........,. -ra Arts and Sciences Cl1z'f112,r1r-5 Phi Gamma Delta Wrrsox Ciroxts, Xt. fIr1dfrrr'. jrrlflrricrl. lS.ll".l Fine and Applied Arts Av'r'bi1r'r'lf1rr' University of Notre Dame Gnoaemxxit CHRISTIENSIEN ..,.. ,.... . llzlfiflll Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Busey Hall Illini Union Committee Q, 33 Froruixert Earirv Crriusriaxsizx. .,,, Cf'fr.'rgo Commerce Pur.rw111el 1IIlI7l!Igl'!Ill'lII Presbyterian Hall McKinley Foundation Council North Park College CLAIRIT Maaouufi' CHU1..-W ,......,.. Clfirurgfi Liberal Arts and Sciences Biulogiml Science Theta Upsilon XV.G.S. Executive Council GI: Illini Lfnii-n Committee i2, 3, -il 1 Spanish Club Honors Day ill XVright junior College Pi-ivi.1,is Birrir Cuuxriirizv .,...... Clrimfpfriqfr Liberal Arts and Sciences Hfrlolj Chi Omega sri I1 V Yi W- W if X ix tc, ,, 1 N-XM. X Lani, josiavir f.Il'0l.l.A ,,.. . .,....... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Scientes Pri'-l.fr11 Theta Kappa Phi Interfraternity Executive Council: Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: Cast, "Heaven Can XVait", "He XVho Gets Sl.1pped", "Her Fatal Beautyng Production Staff, "Ruddigore" Cornell University Itxvmoxn Iioxvarui fjrixxrvw. ...Sf11iu,eHvld Engineering Ciril Erlgfllewilrg A.S.C.I3. Mercer University: L'nixcrsity of South Carolina fiOI.I.lEIiN jovrjrz CLARK ......,.... Clmfzzjrrrigfr Liberal Arts and Sciences .incifflogg Theta Upsilon Illini Union Committee ISI jofxx Cimrtx , ....,.. . ....... .... 1 'ima Agriculture Dieleiizzr Alpha Chi Omega Torehg Alpha Lambda Delta: Mask and Baubleg Arepo: Orchesis fljg The Daily Illini UD: Production Staff, "Twelfth Night", "Claudia", "The XVarrior's Hus- band", "Romeo and Juliet". "King I.ear": The Illini Theatre Guild Board Honors Day ll, 25 Roiufrri' ARTHUR Clrixit.,.Ymn1g.i1ff1u1. Ohio Fine and Applied Arts Mirah' .Edlzrfrlifm film' rllnrir' Delta Chi Phi Mu Alpha: Concert Band il. 2, 3, vii: University Orchestra 145 University of Michigan Bnurgiz Eoxv.-inn IQLORFIENIT .... .Cjbirfrgfi journalism flrlr-urzimrg Sijrma Alpha Mu Pershing Rifles: Freshman Varsity Track Squadg The Daily Illini ill 61 RoIIIaR'rA jo CoaI.E ...... ,. . .Alwnzf Ifrrzmu Education Ci1'ir.r Evans Hall Southern Illinois Normal University KATEIRYN AVERY Cours .............. Urbfnm Liberal Arts and Sciences llrjrlirfffflcy Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day HJ josEPII FRANCIS COFEAIAN.. ,..,. Alf. Iftfi-mu Liberal Arts and Sciences Pofiiicnl SFIWIIAL' Delta Phi Second Lieutenant, University Brigadeg Cais- son Club Southern Illinois Normal University BERNARD COHEN ........... Z.. .Chragfi journalism Adifertiriug Four Columns Illini Union Committee 1 Spanish Club Wfright junior College GIiRAI,uINIa Comix ............... I'nmh1lii1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Bfirirwiologj Busey Hall Honors Day C21 NORMAN KENWOOD COIIN ..... Clnyfon, Mu. Fine and Applied Arts A1'rbi!crlnr.4l Efllqirlvrwillg Pi Lambda Phi GEORGE DoNavoN Coil., ..,. ,... P afwmzr Agriculture Gcllcral Newman Hall Agriculture Club Illinois State Normal Universityg Eastern Illinois State Normal University KIZNNIETH GILLHOM CoI.I2 ........ Spiizigfuhl Division ot' Special Services Zoology Phi Delta Theta The Daily Illini 145 San Diego Stateg Xllfashington University 62 I 135 Q I V 3 if 1 NJ:-A PATRICIA EILEIEN CoI.I.INs. .......... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Snriology Stonehaven Mundelein College XVINIFRIED Coarus ................... Olmg Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Emzzonziry Beta Phi Upsilon Omicron RICHARD NItIHOI.AS CoNTIa .......... Cbirfrgo Fine and Applied Arts fll'L'bfIPfIl1l'.'7 Louisa DIIIANEI' CONVISRSIE... .,... .I,Il'b!liF:I Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Kappa Alpha Theta Y.XY7,C.A. Cabinet 15,41 LAXVRENCE VINC1fN'r CONXVAYN. ..,.. Moline Commerce EtilHI07I1il'.I Sachemg Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Bladeg Freshman Varsity Cross-Country Squadg Freshman Varsity Indoor Track Squadg Illini Union Committee fl, 2. Sl MARGARET COOGAN ,....,.....,.... Lincoln Liberal A' Sciences 1 , Illini Hall Linco . ue VUILLIAM ROBERT o . ..... ,Sf7I'ilIg-flflff En - g Ciril E7Igi7lL'EI'f7Ig Triangle ARDIS JANE CORP. ....... . ...... New Lenox Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology MacMurray College ROIIIQRT DAI.lE CORZINIE ,......... fi.I.llllI1fllinII Agriculture Gunrrfzl Alpha Gamma Rho The Illinois Agriculturist 11, 2, il, Business Manager HJ: Agriculture Club: Field and Eurrow ALARTHA Lois CQo'I"I'INrzHAItI .,.....,. Dain-illi Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfleerb Col'1'ccliol1 Delta Delta Delta Zeta Phi Eta: The Illio 11, Zl: Illini Union Committee 12, 33 : University Orchestra 117 : Production Stal-T, "King Lear" CATH: YI! Cloviia ............ flu Arts and Sciences CbL'lIlfJl7J' Evans Hall Torch, Co-Manager, Star Course: Student Senate 1-2, 3, 41: Freshman Council: lota Sigma Pi: General Chairman, Sophomore Cos tIllIon: Chairman, Freshman Frolicg Illini Union Committee 111 1 Star Course, Board of Managers 12, 51: Production Stalf, "Twelfth Night", "XVarrior's Husbandni Audit and Supervision Committee 1-lj Honors Day 115 JOY HIELIIN Covm' ........,.... Poplin- Gran Liberal Arts and Sciences Ifrlglirb Stonehaven h'LARlLl5lE COWGUR , ............ jfzriiwiiiillr Agriculture Home E!'lI7I0lllil'.f Fraker House MacMurray College Jax' AsH'roN Cox. ........... .Orzffzriifh Cal. Engineering Elerliicfzl EIIgilIL1t'l'iI1,U Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon: Concert Band 12 I Pomona Col lege KIQLLY Cox, Ja. ....... , ........,. Iifwpraifwi Physical Education Playriml .Erfllfzlfiflll Psi Upsilon Freshman Varsity Football Squad Football Squad 'JJ JOHN XX7Il.I.IAM Cimxif ,...,.. .....,. Commerce I11dl1.rlri1Il Adlliiflixlrrilifirl Phi Gamma Delta Varsity Cliirngn Scabbard and Blade: Alpha Tau Sigma: Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: XVILLL Captain, University Brigade ,. . 'Q' 5 , A L, 'Q I E It , , I - . 1 M y A 2 Y 2 nr i g h. A ,i ,l V K RALPH Dizuiuci-1 CZRIIASMAN .,.. flzbrm. Trim. Commerce Bn.rimf.r.r Arlffrizzirlwzliffzz Alpha Tau Omega Ciirson-Newiidan College Roiusm' XVILLIAM Clzrss ..... ,.,. l flillrbwvf Commerce Illdl1dgA'7lIt'I1l Phi Gamma Delta Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia: Band ot' X3 House President 141: First Regimental Band 11, 2, Sl 1 University Orchestra 125 1 Marketing Club 13, Mg Accountancy Club 11, Zl Bli'l4'1'Y LIQII CRIPI5 ....,.............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences P,ryrboIo,ey Illini Hall Bazisi. EIxNIas'I' Caoxviz ............ lrrinr. Ky. Engineering Ciril Eazgimfrfrifzg A .S.Cf.E. Purdue University: Central College: Rice Institute CHaaLo'r'rIz NIavII.I.I5 CROXVIE .,..,. Cbfllllffrlfgll Agriculture Home El'lIfIOIIlil',I' Phi Upsilon Omirrong Alpha Lambda Delta: Production Staff, "Guest in the House" Honors Day 11, 2, 55 XVILLIAM CRUM .,............... Dallas Cily Engineering lllerb.fn1ir.fIl Ef1gfIlt'C'l'j!Ig Men's Residence Hall Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Tau: Phi Eta Sigma, A.S.M.E. Honors Day 11, 2, 35: University of Illinois Scholarship Key SHIIu,IzY MAXINI: Cnusrz ...... Wm Fr1mHort Liberal Aits and Sciences Sjwlllirb Theta Upsilon Alpha Lambda Delta:A Mask' and- Bauble: Arepog Sigma Delta PI, lllini Union Com- mittee 12, 3, -il: Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "BlIthe Spirit", "King Lear', "Three Men on a Horse", "The Male Ani- mal": Sophomore Manager, Junior Manager, Theater Guild: Spanish Club Honors Day 11, 23 WT" 'M 7' ' . wharf w'5'Qtc.,r , ., 3.1 'I'X45i"f'1Sf','i""'3iiz5i7nLsr,Z1f'gD,wV, K I EDXVARD Primo CRUZAT ............ rllayzroml Liberal Arts and Sciences ElillfllI7lliK'Ji Kappa Alpha Psi I-louse President 131 3 lnteI't'I'aternity Executive ffouncil 13, -il 63 Luo VINcIaN'r CURTIN .....,.,.. Blne Mormrl Agriculture General Agrirnltmr Alpha Zeta Honors Day KZ, 31 GI2NrvIIzvIz MARY CZERXVINSKI ..,.... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Eronamirr Cagle Hall University Chorus 15, 41 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Rosary College EILEENIE Louisa DAITHLER ......... Cbrzdzrirle Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Slmawnee Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club 13, 45 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key A1.IcIe NIARILYN DAIGH ........,,, Sprirrgfirln' Liberal Arts and Sciences C1741 mirrry Petite Maison CARoLYN DALLENIIACH .......... Cbrrmprzign Liberal Arts and Sciences 5Al7?E'l'b Pi Beta Phi Mask and Bauble: Arcpo: Terraping Zeta Phi Eta: House President C41 g Cast, "Romeo and Juliet", "Beggar on Horseback" Honors Day 135 EVELYN DOROTHY DALIGAARD. ,Wen MrHemy Liberal Arts and Sciences Brzrteriology Illini Hall Joliet Junior College MARX lVlARGARET DAMGAARD. . .Weir illl'Ht'71l'-Q' Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Illini Hall Joliet Junior College KENNETH I-lmmixrz DARNER ........, Ranma Education General 64 DONALD RAY DAvIDsoN ....... .. .Salem Agriculture Varalional Alpha Gamma Rho University Chorus C355 Agricultural Club RAcHIzI, lb'lAl2 DAVIDSON .............. Eureka Liberal Arts and Sciences Brzrrerinlagy XVcscoga Rural Life C43 DORIS LOUISE DAvIs .............. Glemworr' Fine and Applied Arts Indlzrtrifll Delta Delta Delta The Illio ill : Illini Union Committee JAMES EDWARD DAVIS ..,,... ..... L iuroln Commerce Zlflmveeliflg Men's Residence Hall Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Club: House President fill Lincoln College JOHN RICHARD DAN'lS ......,... Lrru'renrez'ilIe Engineering Elertrinz! Engineering Gym Annex A.I.E.E.: Varsity Track Squad Q21 l.lZI.AND EIIQIQNE DA ...... ,,Onk Park e I1 Alpha Freshma Varsity Division o pecia Services M f 1' A . hi 1 o al a d Y.M. . eg IWARIAN AI.Icn DAX'lS ...,.........., Chicago Education Eclzfmtimz and Cirirr Alpha Kappa Alpha Beloit College Ru'I'I-I EI.IzAIsr'rH DAY ........... Cm-bozzdrzle Agriculture Home Emnomicr Busey Hall Southern Illinois Normal University HAZEN SI'Iaw'AIu' DIQAN, ja. ......... I-li:1,rd1iIr Division of Special Services Czmzmcrre Alpha Delta Phi Interfraternity Executive Council Q41 University of Wiscimnsin Prcsox' jaxis DIQBALI. ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sr1i'iulogj Busty Hall Mundelein College L1.o " N DIEBOER ....,. 0111. f "Ir, Commerce Alaznzgwmffzt lst Regimental Band 13Jg Men's Glee Cluh 13, Mg Marketing Club KS, 41 LaCrosse State Teachers' College FLOYD Russm. DI2IfI1uNIIAUcH, ja ....,. Dewey Engineering Aleclmwical Engi11eI'1'iI1g A.S.M.E.g Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade EMII. JOHN DISMARTINI ...... ...Chicago Commerce Marketing Newman Hall Pershing Rifles: Marketing Club: Accountancy Club RUTH ELIZABETH DENNIS .............. Paris Liberal Arts and Sciences CbU7l1i,lfI'J' House President f-11 3 Production Staff, "King Lear", "Blithe Spirit" Monticello College: XVellesley College LORNE Tmfoooiua Dl5N'l'ON. .. . .... Peoria journalism Aflwerliring Alpha Delta Sigma Bradley University james JOHN Dramas ............ Racine, Wir. Fine and Applied Arts Arclailecllzre Men's Residence Hall Gargoyleg Scarab Honors Day ill University of Notre Dame wily' ff..-N' aff is A591 ERNIss'r CHRISTY DIzSInNon. .. .... Jolie: Engineering General ElIgilIl'L'!'il1g jnliet junior College El.lZABl2'I'H ANN DIEUCHLIER .... .... A ll!'01'z2 Education A'Iatbvr11fI!ir.f Alpha Xi Delta Accountancy Clubg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet C313 Production Stalf, "Twelfth Night", "The XVarrior's Husband", "Pride and Prejudice" ANN Louisrz DIEXYfl'1"l' ........... Alf, Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfhllliib Alpha Gamma Delta The lllio Q51 Honors Day Q31 Shorter College Rox' DIAMONII ...... .............. C bimgo Division of Special Services Tau Delta Phi House President K5, 45 North Park junior Collegeg Yale University DuaNIa DICKINSON ............. Cbfimpfzign Engineering Gefzernl Sigma Alpha Epsilon The Illio 1155 Basketball Manager f2J Denison University james BERNARD DICKINSON ,.... Rirer Forex! journalism Ad1'erii,ri:1g Men's Residence Hall Alpha Delta Sigmag Caisson Club: House President Ml: XVILL ll, 2, Sl Norma Dial. DIISDRICI-I ....,......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjieecb Kappa Delta Zeta Phi Eta: Mask and Baubleg President, Illini Uniong Illini Union Board f-IJ: Illini Union Council 12, 5, 43 5 Chairman, Summer Prom 131 1 Chairman, Club Commons: WILL fl, 233 Cast, "Barchester Towers": Produc- tion Staff, "Claudia", "Romeo and Juliet" MI5RllII.I. Davis DILNIEN ..,... .... T ri:-ali Commerce A1'L'0lll7lIlIIL'j' Theta Chi Pershing Rifiesg Accountancy Club: Chair- man, Sophomore Cotilliong Interfraternity Ex- ecutive Council Hjg First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 65 VIRGINIA SELMA DIEKMANN ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Clacnzirlry Delta Gamma Alpha Lambda Deltag Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet fl, 21 Honors Day U1 Drake University LORETTA JEAN DIIQRKES ......... Eflmu-o'.r1'ille ' Agriculture Home Econonzicr 4-H House The .Agriculturist 13, 413 Illini Union Com- mitte'e 111g Home Economics Club: Rural Life Club ROGER MARIO DIJULIO .............. Chit-ago Engineering ' Mechanical ,Engineering Varsity Track Squad fl, 2, 41, Letter Q21 Wiriglit Junior College MARY JULIA DILLAVOU .............. Urbnlm Liberal Arts and Sciences HiJtory Honors Day 131 DePauw University HARRIETT HELEN DILXVORTH .......... Adair Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Rustic Lodge House President 131 University of Minnesota EUGENE DILWORTH ........... .,.. f Irfoir Agriculture General Agricultural Club 13, 413 Hoof and Horn Club IS, 41 Western Illinois State TeaclIer's College ARTHUR EUGENE DINI ....... .,.. P akin Engineering Mechanical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Phalanxg Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E.g Second Lieutenant, University Brigade BERNARD DITCHIK ,.... .. .Long Beach, N. Y. Engineering Civil Engineering Antioch College 66 RICHARD JAMES DIvII.EIss .,.......,.. CIHIIHIY Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Chi Psi Skull and Crescent: Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilong Omega Chl Epsilon: Phalanxg Coast Artillery Club: A,I.Cl1.E.g The Illio Cl, 215 Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigade I D Honors Day fl, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Keyg Bronze Tablet PAUL MORLEX' DOBSON, JR. ..... Cerro Gordo Commerce Management Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day Q11 DOROTHY ALICE DOLAN ........... Rockford Physical Education Pbyriral Education Alpha Phi Mortar Board: Torchg Alpha Sigma Nug Alpha Pi Deltag Orchesisg W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I Honors Day fl, 2, 31 SHIRLEY ANN DONNELLY ........ .... 0 bio Physical Education Teacher Training Onondaga XYl.A.A .g W.A.A. Numeralsg XV.A.A. Major Ig Physical Education Major's Club RONALD JOHN DORAN ........ ,... H onzilion Commerce Accountancy ' Cosmopolitan Club i Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club Honors Day C11 University of Washington ARNOLD DOREMA Claimgo Sig rg. A pha Omega "i'f"f'1'La i g Interfra Executive Council wma, ,Q Ce . ' Ie: '-iv I I rr : - -,L,Acc z1 ncy ip fi ' I V K, .J ' ,H .V rg 5:-V 441 51 I eeee A 4,,, ,.- 11 :P ii ei' f? I ?i:rs:'Ei- ' . ' 'PW' " 'l , 3 a.,Wh HARRH' OLIVER DOTY, JR. ........... Chicago Agriculture General Sigma Nu Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade MACK DOUGHERTY ......,.... .... N eager Engineering Eleclrical Engineering Men's Glee Club Q41 Southern Illinois Normal University I.i'Ki2 Dovrrz .............. .. .Ln Sfrllt Commerce Mnrkeliug Theta Delta Chi Marketing Club La Sallevperu-Oglesby junior College Rrcufuua Ki3NNiz'rH Druueia .... , ,... Cm-affirm! Division of Special Services Cmzimurrv Iiirst Regimental Band HD University of Minnesota Rorirarri' Druxxrz. ,... Agriculture Cc'm'rr1l Nahor House Av.-xNizi.Lc Dnfwraa ..,,..,.......... C'bir,rgff Fine and Applied Arts C07IllIIL'l'l'j!ll Dcarigu Achaea Morgan Park junior College Baanrforon Bauce Droassuia ..., .. ,C'birf1.qf, Journalism fl1f1'BrlfJ'i1lg The Daily Illini f2Dg Polo: Alpha Delta Sigma Davis Diuscorr. ............... Imwll, Intl. Commerce III!1l1J'fl'i!Il fld111i11i.rlrnlio11 Honors Day 1,31 Doxfxru Di.'ca.'xN . .......... ..... 1 Vizzrburm- Division of Special Services Alazzfzgefzrwrr Alpha Kappa Lambda The Illio ill 3 Football Manager 125 3 Men's Glee Club ll, 555 Cast, "Rose Marie" R.xvaroNu Hoa.-veit Du Haariir. .... Spf-ifzgfiulil Engineering .ElL'!'1I'jlYII ElIgfIICL'l'fIIA2 Chi Phi Springfield Junior College I-loxvffmn Tavroa Dursraorz, Brirlgryfnrr, Crum. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbulflirlig Yale Universityg University of Pennsylvania K1i.fuuzNcia Liao DUNN ...... ..., 1 lllm-mu Commerce flrruflallflflry Kappa Delta Rho Star and Scroll: Accountancy Club HD g Tribe of Illini: Ivlajor Ig Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squad: Varsity Cross Country Squad fl, 3, -il, Letter 12, 3, -U Honors Day fl, 21 Wrr.1.lAM FRANKLIN DUNN ,...,.. Spriughrfld Commerce Bn.rim'.rr Alazzfrgrzllcflt Alpha Chi Rho Sigma Iota Epsilon: Accountancy Clubg Mar- keting Club Springfield junior Collegeg University of Georgia Biz'1"rY RAY DURHAM ,............ Him-irbfrrg Fine and Applied Arts Mnrir Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Alpha Iotag XVomen's Glee Club fl, 2, 33: University Chorus fl, 2, 355 XVILL 1-ll: Cast, "H.M.Sr Pinafore", "Pirates of Penzance", "Mirth of a Nation" University of Miami Wa rfriart Dvrcrzar AN , ....... .... C 'blivifwigzz Education Hf,i'lf1l'j' NVestern Illinois State Teachers College JOHN Giaoacm Eaam' ........ , ....,. C'bim,uff Liberal Arts and Sciences Erwmzzzicf Loras College Doaoruv IVIARION Eas'ri1unN ..,...,, Drlinlh Liberal Arts and Sciences Bzrcferialugy Northwestern University Clzraarrs KrzN'r EAs'1'amN ............ Cbirfrqo Division of Special Services PH'-I.!IlL' Alpha Tau Sigma: Captain, University Bri- gride 67 THEODORE 1-Iaxs Eniir, ................ Elgin Fine and Applied Arts Lmidjmjie AVl'Z7flEIfIlI't' Pi Kappa Phi Joizci: INIANUEL ECH.-XURREN. .Sm1tif1go, Chile Engineering Cilil Erigizieeriug College Hall L'nixersid,1d Catolica cle Chileg University of Florida Di:.ix Hoiirm' Eciite. .,..,.... ..... V nudizliii Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Chi Rho Ri"rH Gizacia EDSON ....,...... W'e,r1 Chicago Agriculture Faodx and hlllfijfiflll Shawnee Phi Upsilon Omicrong Illini Union Com- mittee 1233 Home Economics Club Honors Day 123 North Central College jaxicn RHODA EHLLB ........... Rock Irlfzmf Liberal Arts and Sciences Diviriofz of Gefzernl Sfndicy Gamma Phi Beta Freshman Councilg House President 1-131 Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Executive Council: Illini Union Committee 1135 Star Course, Board of Managers 1235 Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Liars EI1.rir4AcH'r .,.,.....,......... IVuter-Inu Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemirtry Ma-Xvan-Dag Tribe of Illinig Major Ig Fresh- man Varsity Baseball Squaclg Varsity Baseball Squad12, 3, 43 g Letter 12, 3, 43 Ri-rom EILEN ..,......,... Wfmiffzzei-e. N. Y. journalism 1it771E7'IiJ'l:iIg Manderly XV.A.A.: House President 153 KA'rHRx'x Eixuncxiin .,..,.... Higfylizml Park Commerce Peurmizzel Admifzirtrfztiuzz Brentwood Manor Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 'illf Account- ancy Club 11, 2, 3, 43 68 if K l f- if fue w g" 3 -' fill' . . 1.i, , .. 1 I :fum K ' :Wie I aitifr -sea 'seg-, -Vg -A esp ix . - 3:1 . .2 J Mtn' 1. R i sy , t I -T. I jig V' X E M 4 if SYLVIA Eisiamsnru: . , ...... ,... . . .Cbmzga Agriculture Home Ecafionzirf Reenah House Central Y.M.C.A. College EVELYN AMY EKARD ....,.......... Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences French Cagle Hall Rockford College Eruc CARL Eiisrnoai ,....... .... 1 Eorfefonl Commerce l,lld7'fiUlf7lg Sigma Chi Sachem: President, Interfraternity Executive Council 12. 333 House President 133g Illini Union Board 133 5 Golf Squad 123 Rormrrr Grioncri ENGR ,.............. Urbium Division of Special Services Entomology American Phytopathological Society University of California XYULLIAM Exo ...,......,. lVl!J'bi7Ig10I1, D. C. Fine and Applied Arts fi1'i'bf!Ui'll11'e Cosmopolitan Club EDXVARD SIDNEY EPS" N ,........... Cbimgo Liberal Sciences . Q, IXIAR-IORII' Lois Ei. ........... Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Delta Phi Epsilon The Daily Illini 113g Illini Union Com- mittee 153 SHIRLEY ANN EiucKsoN ........... Rorkffm! Liberal Arts and Sciences Soriolagy Busey Hall Rockford College wfAI,IJITMAR Eumaxra Eaicrcsox, JR., Crytlrzl Lake Commerce Mfumgewezif Vice-President, junior Classg Alpha Kappa Psig Picrrotsg Accountancy Clubg junior Prom Committeeg M.I.W.A. Executive Councilg Cast, "Barchester Towers". "The Skin of Our Teeth", "King Lear"g Varsity Track Squad 11, 2? Rrciimrzn Gorumox Easxlxiz ...... Ricci' Far-an Commerce flrcnlzzilfrzrry Phi Kappa Psi Skull andk Crescent: Scabbard and Blade: Coast Artillery Club: Accountancy Club: Pierrots: Arepog Second Lieutenant, University Brigade: Cast, "Kiss the Boys Goodbye", "Love Rides the,Rails", "Two on an Island"g Production Statl. "Black Flamingo", "Ma- dame Butterfly" Honors Day 1ll Kizaxii' "wif Esaroiv ...,.. lv Aggriculture Crlzewrl Reeter Club House President 153 1 Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade Loiuixzo Iisvixos.-x .,..... 1,01 .-Iz1,gif!w-, Calif. Agriculture XIIEIWIIGIIIJ' Sigma Delta Pig Y.M,C.A.: Spanish Club: Agricultural Clubg Field and Furrow New Mexico State College Maavaxxis LOUISE Essnxvarzrs ..,. Cbfmzfmign Fine and Applied Arts Ir1fl11.ifrinI Design Illustrators Honors Day 11, Z, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Br'r'rv Jiaaxxn Esrrfas ..... ImXifiam1mli.r, Iml. Education Hf.v'l0r'y Alpha Kappa Alpha Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet 15, -ll .Quincy juxi-1 Estrriia Ilsrrs. ..,.. .. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjreecfi XVelsh House Production Stalt, "Three Men On a Horse", "Pirates of Penzance", "King Lear" Honors Day 157 University of Chicago, Quincy College EIIXYQXRIJ Srrsiuzig Euxsox ...... Bfibyfrm, N. j, Liberal Arts and Sciences Era I1 nm im' Alpha Kappa Lambda Gymnasticag Psi Chig Freshman Varsity Gym- nastics Squad: Varsity Gymnastics University of Michigan ,I iw, M- - , ,,a,, :1 -ta f Q w e 1, A-ftasst 2- 5' Mez ' Us fr ti wait? ,S ls 'Q X8 1 at 3,5 KZ we Kg ig 6 2' 'axe 35552 31. 5534! - f j og K .wa s 1 F 8 ,pr Q y .3 -,.,. 1-. -g A 's 1 Tl ERSKINE Pi-r12i,Ps Eusricit, ja. .,.. BE!Zl'f1l.f!fJ1L'77 Commerce Arromzimzcy Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psi: Pershing Riflesg Accountancy Club Honors Day 11, 2, 37 3 University ot' Illinois Scholarship Key Cl-rAni.r2s I-Iuosox Evaxs. .. ,.., Effifzgbnfzz Law Law junior Bar Association Ei.rza1ua'i'H Rosiz Evaxs ........, Mm-frbyrbara Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Lau' Medea Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 11, Z, 533 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Humax Riu: Evfxxs .... .........,... C bimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences PU rbfflogy Evans Hall Northwestern University joim Euwfuzn Evaxs ............. Hnrrixbnrg Engineering Mining Engiazeerizzg Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 127: Freshman Varsity Track Squad: Marketing Club: Metallurgy Club Massachusetts Institute of Technology Maxima h'lll.l7llI'1J Evaxs ..... ...Efhillgbllill Agriculture Ti'a'lilr'.r nuff Ciotbiug Shawnee Illini Union Committee 12, Sl: Home Eco- nomics Club HAaruoNYER'1N Evrixv, jn..I'TCbi:11,'prii,fii' Liberal Arts and Sciences G'mlo.sgy Pi Kappa Alpha Pershing Rifles Honors Day 135 IEv1zi,YN Surariav EviaaH,xa'r .,..... Perm-.thing Liberal Arts and Sciences P,-jfbology Evans Hall The Illio 1213 Illini Union Committee 153: Production Staff. "King Learn, "Beggar on Horseback", "Pirates of Penzance", "Alces- tis" Honors Day 133 Illinois College 69 Cnaarias RAYMOND Facao. . .Wifzfbwp Hfulwi Engineering Civil Efzgiuaerizzg Pi Kappa Alpha Pershing Rifles: A.S.C,E. j. I.. Ifaincnrw ,......... ..,.,.... D fmrilli Engineering zllcrbnnirnl Eugizzeerizrg A.S . M.E. ARTHUR FAIIIMAN ....... Wen Lafayellf, lmi. Pine and Applied Arts C0lIlII1L'7'l'f:Il Ari Sigma Phi Epsilon A Senior Manager, Illini Theatre Guild: Illustra- tors: Pierrots: Mask and Baubleg Arepog The Daily Illini ill 1 House President 137 2 Inter- fraternity Executive Council CS, 4lg PIOCIUC' tion Start, "Romeo and juliet", "Skin of Qui' Teeth", "Beggar on Horsebackf- "King Lear", "Alcestis of Eurpidesni Infefffflffffllw Ball Committee Honors Day ill Purdue University RICHARD josiapi-i FALIZTTI ...,.. .,.Lri Salle Commerce Commerre and Lau' Phi Kappa Tau Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Alpha Deltag junior Bar Associationg Illini Union Committee 455 La Salle'Peru-Oglesby junior College LoRia'r'ra INIAE FA'ri.AND ........,....,., jfflirl Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacleriology Bethany House Honors Day Q31 -Ioliet Junior College CYR11. F1ai1iaR ...................... Cbimga Division of Special Services Malbemntirr Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day Q53 Wlright junior College Hoxvaiuv MORLEY FELDMAN. . .. .. .Gerzereo Commerce Accowzlmwy Delta Phi Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Club Knox College Ruri-i Lira FHLOMAN ............... Cbimgf, Liberal Arts and Sciences Ellglirb Illini Hall Herzl Junior College 70 '31 I.AXY'RliNI.Ii JOHN FEROLIIT ........,, Roivlefum' Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiflory College Hall Coast Artillery Club: Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squatlg Varsity Football Squad f2l 3 Sec- ond Lieutenant, University Brigade llussiai. CARI. Fiizroixn ..,... .. .Sli-mlm' Commerce fIL'I'0lNlflllIl'j' Theta Chi Ma-XXfan'Da1 Sachem: Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Accountancy Clubg Illio fl, 2, 35 3 First Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day il, 2, 55: University of Illinois Scholarship Key XVILLIAM COURTNEY Furs. . , . . . .Dumzirun Engineering lllecbmliral Eligifleerirlg GLORIA Firiifoifif .............. .... C bimgu Liberal Arts and Sciences Germfw Busey Hall German Club Wilson Junior College MARIAN EILEEN FILLINGHAM ......... Pmirmr Agriculture lrzxritmiozz A'I:zm1gement Wlcleh House Illinois State Normal University DOROTHY Louise ' NGER ..... Bloamingffm catio Co If e Stone ven Gamma elta' . nta lub Doizornv Rose FINK ............... Berwyn Physical Education Pbyfirnl Edzzmiian Stratford House Physical Education Clubg W.A.A. C35 3 Major Ig Illini Union Committee C35 MARX' jaxis Fiaszr ........... ..... C Ziimgn Agriculture Diflflilif Evans Hall Home Economics Club I-Ionors Day 453 I-Ierzl junior Collegeg Illinois Institute of Technology: University of Chicago Roruiar ARTHUR FISCHIER .......... Bvllrrillt Liberal Arts and Sciences Clirnrfral Ifr1gfflr'ifri11g Men's Residence Hall Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day ll. Z, 55: University of Illinois Scholarship Key AI,I'4IER'l' FINH .......,.,.,,........ DnQ1wiu Liberal Arts and Sciences Birrlrriolngj Romair A sH. , ,.....,,. Ifmu fri- Commerce flcmllfzlizllry Tera Hall Bronze Tablet: Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi: Phi Eta Sigma: Accountancy Club: Captain, University Brigade Honors Day rl, 2, 33 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key GLEN Erxxvx FISHER .......... .... I ,lflfinm Engineering .Ili'i'Zmuiml E11gizrrfi'r'ir1.Q A.S.M.E. Honors Day Ili Beloit College JOHN 'IITRTMIAH FISHFRKlEl.l.liR, ja., Hifmlilfu Engineering Alrfrlwzlirul E7lgilIC'L'7'jIlg Triangle A.S.M.E.g Pi Tau Sigmag Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau Honors Day IZ, 33 Lyons Township junior College Brzrrraox Rrro Frrrox ....... .. .I-'ivuiii Engineering Ciril EIlgil1L'L'I'flIg Sigma Chi A,S.C.E.: House President 15. -SI Srrzxvaao SAMUEI. Fr,AseHEN ...... .. .Cbiriigff Liberal Arts and Sciences Cf76!IIf,ffl'Q' Alma College: Miami University JEAN Fl,1fH.-XRTY ................ 15mwf,rIfin'11 Liberal Arts and Sciences GL'I'1l11I1l Pi Beta Phi Pan-Hellenic Executive Council 1333 Der Deutsche Verein Honors Day ll, 351 University ot Illinois Scholarship Key MacMurray College lloNNlE JEAN FLENNIKEN .,....... Sr. jarepb Fine and Applied Arts Mnrir Ednraiifnl Concordia fiiqma Alpha Iotax XVomen's Glee Club f4J EvEr.YN Lois Frobnnan .,........... Clwimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences P,rJ-r'bf1lf1gy Alpha Delta Pi The Illio Q21 : Production Staff. "Three Men On a Horse" Maclvlurray College lfarfruaairiic Havuiaw Foaao ......,.... Clinnni Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Chi Phi Pershing Rifles: House President 1233 Inter- fraternity Executive Council 121 JOHN TDXVIGHT FOCHI' ...... , . . . .Cezzfrfilin journalism ,Edilorial Men's Residence Hall Sigma Delta Chi MARY Lou FOCHT .......... .... C urzfmlifz Education Cazmuerrial T4L'!1l'l7iIl.5 Chez Nous Southern Illinois Normal University HERSHEI. Foomsox ....,.......... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Prjrbology Wlright junior College XIUARRIEN CHEN Foxx ..,,.....,...,. Cbirzigo Engineering 1Ilz'cb:nlic11f EIIgi27f'Ul'iIlg A,S.M.E.g Pershing Rifles Honors Day tl, II University of New Hampshire NTARILYN JUNE Forlraao ...,..., Belair, Wir. Fine and Applied Arts Mmir University Chorus Q5, -ljg Sigma Alpha Iota Honors Day flj 71 DAVID OSCAR FOLTZ .... ,.... ..... K 1 Il1.l'lI.l' Engineering rllwbzzizirvzl Ezzgim eiiug A.S.M.E. DONALD Lrziz FOOTI? ...........,..... Urbfimi Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Acacia Freshman Varsity Rifle Teamg Varsity Basket- ball Squad 125 ROBIQRI' STIEPI-IIEN FOOTIQ ......, ..,. U rbfimz Engineering E7lgi!IEF7'i1Ig Phyrirr Acacia Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilong Scabbard and Bladeg Pershing Riflesg Varsity Rifle Team 41, 2, 35 Honors Day fl, 21 Roisizar S'rAIfIfoRD FoRIIIas. ..K1zn,rar Ciiy, Mn. Engineering ilfferhzlllirizf EiIgi17?l?l'i71g Sigma Nu Kansas City junior College LAXVRENCE HIENRN' FROST ...... ...Cbimgo Engineering Civil E1z,gia1eei'if1g Phi Kappa A.S.C.E.g Tribe of Illinig Varsity Football Squad IZ, 3, 453 Varsity Football Letter 12, 453 House President Q35 1 Interfraternity Ex- ecutive Council Q25 Georgetown University MAX TIcIz Fosrlm .,...,...,,. I!"e.r1 Brooklyn Agriculture G 1' 71 rm! Farm House Alpha Zeta Honors Day fl, 25: University of Illinois Scholarship Key JGHN RAYMOND Fox., ..... ..... P for-in Commerce Arralnztfzzzry Newman Hall Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Club Bradley University DONALD Foxvoo ........., ..,.. C bimgo journalism Erlirai-in! Kappa Tau Alphag Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini Q25 Honors Day C15 Xvright junior College 72 -I ,, z wif' -I fat Q I i i -"-c ,,:r-555 its-,tlzei-f'e,:, ' af: i , I. 21' I mm. . , ..,. ,, . -lg?'.r?,s::"" "I"-" Qf'1f1"H'-f':E-' "fES"i:2""--Il" :"55.'5:1 E5 22-rw WlW,..a...L. - "WX I M ! f 5 ri we f Lg, , ,ai . B11 K KK at-I f t 4 iw I I, MARGARET Foxvoo .......... . , ,Chicago Journalism Pzzblimlion ll'ldl7llgP7?I6'f1:' XVright junior College GLORIA JANE FRANK .......,.,..... l.ombm-d Liberal Arts and Sciences SOL'i0l0gj' Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Kappa Deltag Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" Honors Day H5 HOWARD BIZRNARD FR.-INIQLIN. .. .,,Cbimga Engineering EfeI'l1'.'c::l E17,gf11euriIl,: Allin House Eta Kappa Nug Pi Mu Epsilong Sigma Taug Institute of Radio Engineers: A.l,E.E.g As- sociate Editor, Technngraph Honors Day 115 JAMES ALBERT FRAUENHOFF ,,.. .... f Im-om Commerce Mnfmgement and Allifkkljlllkf Alpha Chi Rho Phi Eta Sigmag Freshman Varsity Golf Squad DePauw Universityg Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration BERNARD LEE FRAZER ..... . ..,........ Dixon Division of Special Services Pre-Medicine Pierrotsg WILL f35g Cast, "Three Men On a Horse", Pierre Pathelin", "Beggar on Horse- back" University of Chicago EDWARD JOSEPH F . . .......... Bwnkield ngine 'ng en il The ' Varsi Baske ll I 1 , 35 RAYMOND DONALD . AN ........ Bronkhelfl Engineering Illerlmniml El1gi7ZFl'7'i71lg' Theta Xi DORIS MARION FRENCH .......,...., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Delta Zeta German Clubg Daily Illini Q35 Augustana College CLAUDE WAi.r.AcE Fam' ..... Lakewood, Ohio " . I Pine and Applied Arts Arcbilertlzre Annex Hall XVestern Reserve University BERNARD Ai.i.iQN FRUQDMAN, jnrkron Heigblr, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Ecofmmirr Flagg Hall College ot the City of New Yorkg Syracuse University: Purdue University Snvaro .MN ........ journalism Radio Men's Res ence Hall Sachem: Tomalmwkx Assistant Editor, The Daily Illini: The Daily Illini 11, 2, 3, 'Hg Sigma Delta Chi: XVILL 11, 2, 53 BARBARA XYi'HrrrNo PRISON ........... Urhmm Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Kappa Alpha Theta Cast, "Anything Goes"g Production Statl, "The Male Animal" Honors Day 155 Smith College RUTH B'IAR19IQl5Rl'l'li FROHARDT...Gl'zIIIifL' Cify Education Sprmirb Price Club Concert Band 13, 435 University Orchesta 131 3 Spanish Club Honors Day 13? Wfashineton University PAUL FLYCHS .,............. ,. .Clyimgfi Engineering Civil Efrgineerialg Tau Delta Phi Interfraternity Executive Council 1213 A,S, C.E. PAUL Fuomir .................,... Chit-Agri Liberal Arts ancl Sciences Cbemirfry Multnomah College: Loyola University IMOGENIT Liar FUr.'roN ........ .... 7 'ilfleu Agriculture Home .Erozzorrzicr Kappa Delta Monmouth College We-4.9M t, , A ff M R Y 'M ,L , A A .-1 v--.. 1 s ,,.- U. if l JOAN GAGAN . ......... ........... O nk Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Barleriology Chi Omega Mortar Boardg Torch: Shi-Aig Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag Co-Manager, Star Course: Student Senate 11115 Pan-Hellenic Executive Council 13, 41: Illini Union Com- mittee 1lJg Star Course, Board of Managers 12, 3, 413 Cast, "The Warr1or's I-Iusbandug Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" A Honors Day 11, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key CIHAru.izs Ei.i.is GAINIES ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Lzrm Alpha Phi Alpha House President 1-ll: Interfraternity Execu- tive Council 131 3 Illini Union Council 131 5 Debate Team 131 Fisk University JEAN ANNE GALIIK .......... ..,Cbii-ago Commerce Cwzznzercinl Terzrbiazg McKinley Hall Phi Chi Theta: Accountancy Clubg Iylarketing Club IVIARY FnANcras GAMHINO .... .... R orkfnrfl Education Efi'n1i'f1tr1f'y Erlllfrlfirw Busey Hall House President 125 Rockford College ISAlllEl.l.Ii GAN ...,,.......... ..... C laimgo Agriculture Home Emnwzzirgi Ivy House W.A.A. 1-il Illinois Institute of Technology ALINE Nrslrlz GANTZ ............... Imfnrfry Liberal Arts and Sciences Engliflv Bethany Circle Illini Union Committee 12, 3lg Spanish Club ADIELINIE JVNE Gaarii-'ru ...... ...... C birfrgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Snfffrfdgj Cosmopolitan Club HONOR FRANCES GARsrANo...Kirkwoad, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences ,.,, W P-Orbplpgy Delta Gamma 19" 55,2 Alpha Kappa Deltag Psi Chi .W , 1 ,. ,AWK , mf ,et is 73 HARRY GASSON ....., ........... , .Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Palfliczil Sriezlrt' Phi Epsilon P1 - V y , Football Manager 131 f i ,W if Honors Day 113 University of Wfisconsin Romani' RUDOLPH GATES. . . ,...... HlI7'I'i.l'lI7l7'.! Engineering Civil Efzgifzeeriug Phi Sigma Kappa A.S,C.F.: The Daily Illini KU .IUANITA MARIE GAUMER ....,,..... Driurilli- Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Beta House Iota Sigma Pig The Daily Illini Q11 g House President Q-Hg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet L45 Honors Day fl, BJ CARI. HERMAN GAUSEXY'l'l'Z..flIiflL't1llkElJ, Wo. Fine and Applied Arts Afcbiierllmzl Ezzgifzeering Sigma Chi Kappa Eta Kappa Honors Day 135 University of Wisconsin PATRICIA H15Li3Ni5 GAYNOR ......,..... Cfii-uri.: Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoalogy Illini Hall Illini Union Committee 143 3 Production Staff. "Three Men On A Horse", "King Learli Morton junior College HIiI.l2N JOANNE GEARTTS .... Erumuiba. Mirb. Liberal Arts and Sciences P.ryvbal0gy Alpha Delta Pi House President C35 Ricuaan CARI. Geiciza ........ .... 1 Nlilfw Agriculture General St. Ambrose College Arifmao MARTIN G15RT1.i3R...BmakIyu, N. Y. journalism Edilorifzl Gym Annex Co-Editor, The Daily Illinig Kappa Tau .EXlph4a5g Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini 9, - Honors Day Q11 g University of Illinois Schol- arship Key Brooklyn College 74 RALPH Garza, JR. ................... Urbfzzm Liberal Arts and Sciences Pie-Mediiizze Phi Gamma Delta Newberry College BARISARA V15N'1'oN Gii,iaRizA'rH. ., ,..Lm1.fif1g journalism Ea'flu1'faf Alpha Phi Torchg Shi'Aig Assistant Editor. Daily Illinig President, Freshman Classg Orchesis ill g Pan-Hellenic Executive Council 131 g Illini Union Committee C133 Daily Illini fl, 2, 3,-ijgW.A.A. i1,2,5J HOWARD XVILLIAM GILLIIN ..,,..... Ri:-rrride Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbrfzziytry Beta Theta Pi Pi Mu Upsilon Duke University Roiuam' G1L1.1s ..,......,.... Dubuque.. Iowa Engineering Mieihruzfral Engineering A.S.M.E.g Freshman Varsity Football Squad: l.Ien's Glee Club GJ 1 University Chorus 123 Northern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg Illinois Institute of Technology IRNA JEAN GILLIESPIE ......,..... Cli7lI7'llfll1ig72 Liberal Arts and Sciences Sofiology Alpha Omicron Pi Y.NYl.C.A. Cabinet ill jAcQUia1.iNia JUNIQ ' . is ...,,.. Roodbonre Q i e ermm 1 flgflll' , Thet I n Illini r Steph DIANA Gmsuuao .. ..,..,,..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology W.A.A.g Production Start, "Barcl1ester Towers" LHAH BARBARA GINZEL.. .,....... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Spmzirb Alpha Omicron Pi House President My 3 Illini Union Committee 421: Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Honors Day Q35 DePauw University KA'r'r-rriarxrs Marzczaaral' Gmsrzoxv, Tl1nxl1111. Marr. Liberal Arts and Sciences Boinny Xveseoga ELAINE RAE GLASS ............ Derwir, Ahrk, Liberal Arts and Scienres Sfnferb Phi Sigma Sigma Illio ll, 255 Illini Union Committee ll, 33 1 Production Staff, "King Lear", "Alcestis of Euripides", "Beggar' on Horseback", "Three Men on a Horse", "Blithe Spirit" Isruo ra .,........ Nur' I Engineering rcll'ir11l E11,ei11w1'i11g College 0 the City of New York ANr'rA MARIIE Gorsv. .............. 1311911101111 Liberal Arts and Sciences P,r'yr'l1alf1.1Q Presbyterian Hall Alpha Kappa Delta: House President: Illini Union Committee Honors Day 131 Madvfurray College MARX' El.lZAlil5'I'H GOCHANOUR ....,.. Sl1ur11111 journalism Erfimrinl Kappa Delta Alpha Lambda Delta: The Illio ill: The Daily Illini ll, 2, 33 Honors Day fl, 29 RALPH Hrzaaru Gorarirzr. ,... ........ , Mr111111111 Liberal Arts and Sciences Illfllbwllrllfru' Stadium Hall Eta Sigma Phig Gamma Delta: Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigadeg Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 2, 353 University ot' lllino s Scholarship Key BMNJAMIN I.raRoY Gorwrfrzrrr ,..,.. Sjfriizgfirflff Engineering Cir!! Eflgirreerirlg A.S.Cf.E.g Captain, University Brigade RALPH Cr.rN'rox Gorrrz ,.,... ,... C biragfi Engineering Mecbmriml E11gi11er1'i11g Phi Gamma Delta Itlorgan Park junior College llfitea uhm, X vt Q, fii .ry 2 ik,-P z as ff .azihgig L ,, - A :iffy V L L ti, x p , 1 r L , 'V il S at Q: 1' , o 4 :' A is A if f 'L -4.ofQw3QN4:a. :wi Rorirarer EVGENIE Gorsrz ..,.... St. Lo11i.r, Mo. Fine and Applied Arts I.fr11.f!.fr'.f1pe Arfbilerllne Wfenache Scarab: Men's Glee Club il, Z3 g Cast, "Ma- dame Butterfly" Honors Day ll, 2 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Marr-roarrz Loursra Goraarza .... .... C 'bimga Commerce Plvzrozrzzrl A'IlH7!IgL'71ll'11f Alpha Epsilon Phi The Illio ll, 2, 35: XYl.A.A.g Chairman, junior Prom: House President C431 lllini Union Committee fl, 253 Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club ARNOLD Anna' GOI.DFABliR .... ..., C bimgo Commerce Arrofnrlforq' Herzl Junior College Gan. GoLnsrvrr'r'r-r ........... .. .Arn-ora Education Spafrifls Lowry Lodge Sigma Delta Pig Production Staff, "Twelfth Night", "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Arms and the Man", "King Lear" HArtor.D Mrerrarir. GOLDSTEIN .... .... J aliet Comrrrerce AI!lI1lIgl'lI1?llf Sigma Alpha Mu Joliet Junior College jrzaorrrrs G0r.ns'rrfrN ......... Alflllllbif, Tenn. Division of Special Services CIIIIIIIIPITZ' Phi Epsilon Pi The Daily Illini 131 3 House President I-U Carson Newman College Sr+rrar.r:x' Gor.ns'rr2rN .,....... .. .Chicago Education Biolugirrrl Scirfrrrfy Husey Hall Production Staff. "Three Men on a Horse" Honors Day L51 Loyola University Farm Cr,rF'1'oN Goon .....,........ Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Eco11af11ir1r Sigma Nu House President 1533 Interfraternity Execu- tive Council C53 75 CHARLES GOODENBERGER ......,. Bane. Mani. Engineering .7l'Ierl.m11iml E7IgillE8I'i7IAg A.S.M.E. ELIZABETH JEANNE Gooomo ...4... Knoxville Commerce C077I771E'1'L'ffIl Teaching Kappa Delta Monmouth College Exit: Bi5'r'i'Y GOODMAN ...........,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Indeco , Alpha Kappa Delta XVright junior College GFRALD GOODMAN ...,..... Kmmzr City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiml Engineering Junior College of Kansas City ALBERT ANSELL GOPAUL, San Feramdo, Trinirlml Liberal Arts and Sciences .Malbemrzlicr Cosmopolitan Club Phi Beta Kappag Pi Mu Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigmag House President f2, 3, 45 3 Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 155 Honors Day 11, 2, 33g University of Illinois Scholarship Key Queen's Royal College GLENN GORDON, JR. ....... ,. ...Uibfnm Agriculture General Agriculture KENNE'l'H XVAYNE GORDON ...... Blue Alumni Agriculture Geneml Agrirulrnru Farm House Alpha Zetag Agricultural Clubg Hoot and Hora Clubg Agricultural Economics Clubg First Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day 11, 2, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key STANLEY Arm-rua GORIE ..........., Chit-fign Engineering Iflerlricnl Engineering Eta Kappa Nug A.I.E.E.g Varsity Swimming Squad 151g Letter Q31 Honors Day 12, 31 La Salle-Peru-Oglesby junior College 76 JUDITH ES'I'I5I,I.E GOTTLIEB, Der Moiuef, Iowa journalism Ad1'er1i.ri11g Reenah Daily Illini 12, 33 Rockford College FRANK A1.1faiaD Goiiorifa, ja. .... ,.,U7'bzI7I,fI Engineering: illut:1lll1i'.Qii'r1l ElIgi11L'L'7j71X Phi Gamma Delta Phi Eta Sigma: A,S.M.: A.l.M.M.E.g Con- cert Band ill DePauw University, University of Notre Dame P,-xui. Ga.exx'12x, ,.......,,,.... AI1m'i.m11, Wir. Pine and Applied Arts flr'i'fJi!ri'il1r'e Phi Gamma Delta Scarahg Freshman Polo: Blue Pencil: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade HIENRY vVlI,I.lAM Gaavits, JR. ..,...., Chimgo Commerce Blz,rir1a.r.r !lItHlllg6'7ll e 111 Sigma Iota Epsilong Marketing Club Central Y.M.C.A. College Mauiiiraa EL2.-x Gai-xvias ........... Pri11i'e1-ille Liberal Arts and Sciences illrilfywlnilfrr Alpha Chi Rho Phi Eta Sigma: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 13, 415 Cast, "Pirates of Penzance" Honors Day tl, 33 THOMAS Tr-riaouoaii ...,.... Springjeld Liberal 'ciences I: Chi P Pershin r Sanarizn Gaizizxm.a'i'i . ...Cbimga Law Pu'-l.r1zL' Indeco House President HJ 1 Illini Union Committee fl, 2 55 1 Production Staff, "King Lear", "Three Men on a Horse" Hlznrrrr EI.l.lUT'l' GriizizN1z. .New York, N. Y. Division of Special Services !ll'4'0lHII1UI!'j' Sigma Alpha Mu Honors Day tll Cornell University WILLIAM ALEXANDER GREENE... ...Amnrfz Engineering Mecbfmirzil Ezzgiareering Phi Gamma Delta Technograph 11, 315 Men's League 1113 Green Friars 111 Rhode Island State University, University of New Hampshire PA'I'RIcIo GREZ .............. Snuliago, Chile Engineering Ciril Elrgineerirzg College Hall University ol Floridag University of Chile DOROT - GRIlfFI'1'H ....... -ur " le hysical Education Plvyfiral Erllzrnlion Delta Gamma XV.A.A.g Terraping Physical Education Major Club Wlashington University ,ALICE jo GRIsI-IAM ............ Kerman, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sflllliifh Busey Hall -GEROLD MORTON GRQDSKY .... Em! Sl. I.anir Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Zeta Beta Tau .Head Cheer Leader 141 Illinois State Normal University ROBERT DEAN GROSS ...... Iron Rirer, Mich. Education History mul Cirirf Lookout Manor The Daily Illini 1-i1 Emmanuel Missionary College ALVIN GROSSMAN ..........,...... Cbirrigo Division of Special Services Pryrbology Sigma Alpha Blu Intramural Manager 1215 Freshman Varsity Track Squad, Interfraternity Executive Coun- cil 121 Northwestern University J.-XYNIE ALICE GRovEs ,........ ..Bf007!liI1gl!1lI Liberal Arts and Sciences Frwirb am! Euglirb Alpha Chi Omega Torchg Shi-Ai: Mask and Baubleg Pi Delta Phig The Daily Illini 11, 21: Illini Union Committee 111g Cast, "XVarrior's Husband", "Claudia", "Barchester Towers". "Skin of Our Teeth", "King Lear", Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day 11, 2, 31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ., . E a kwgih. F557 ' ,xg . 'VH37 'N 5' A fi 'L is J, fr 1 I 'AS'-w-Y YW' 'Wk' , Q' 1 'K , . . A it . 1 is., - -1,4 .- qi ,ii im-ff? fi in file 5 1 i' H .,.,,. ' ' In 715 L 5 A f f ,,,2ff" 1 av k ' 5 4- 71? . V, 5' 2 I .aize. :IL n 1 sk P gl 9 5 L '1 as is ' A 'V - . it 1 rx .1 I ,rm . W' G . .. lily L ., . H wet: ,I I r - fi y i 1 4. MARTHA ELLEN GRUBA .....,....... Republic Fine and Applied Arts zllmir Alpha Sigma Alpha Iota: Arepog House President 131 g XYlomen's Glee Club 11, 2, 315 Univer- sity Chorus 12, 3, 411 NYIILL 12, 3, 413 A Capella Choir 1413 Cast, "The Sorcerer", "Pirates ot Penzance", "I-I.M.S. Pinaforen Honors Day 12, 31 PAULINE GUCKER .... ........... A Ionzirella Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Kappa Delta, Home Economics Clubg The Daily Illini 111 g Illini Union Committee 131 Honors Day 111 CAMERON CHARLES GULLETTE, JR. .... Urbmm Engineering Ciril Engineering Phi Delta Theta House President 1415 Mu Sang Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigade Honors Day 131 BARBARA GULLEY ...,.............. Urbfum Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correrliou Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Deltag Senior Manager, Illini Theatre Guildg Arepog Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Etag University Orchestra .111 3 Cast, "WaI'rior's Husband", Production Staff, "King Lear", "Alcestis", "Three Men On A Horse", "Beggar On Horseback" Honors Day 11, 2, 515 University of Illinois Scholarship Key MAX GEORGE GULO ................. Melriu Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Sigma Phi Epsilon Spanish Clubg Caisson Club University of Cincinnati ANNA MARIE GUMZ ................ Cbirngo Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbiloiopby Mansion W.A.A. Wright Junior College NIILTON GUREN ..............,.... Gilman Division of Special Services lll!Hl!Igt'l1It'I1l University of Akron MARGARET XVELDON HACKERSON 1Mrs.1, Dwigb! Agriculture Texliler aw! Clothing Shawnee Home Economics Club 77 BARBARA ARMINTA HAcIcETT .,..... Hindrlmm Agriculture A I Hbipital Dietelicriand lrulitzziioizal 4 Mezmzgement Brentwood Manor Home Economics Clubg Phi Epsilon Omicron EDWARD CHARLES HAGAMAN .....,.. Rockford Commerce Marketing Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Delta Sigmag First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade HARRY WILLIAM HAINES, JR., For! Smiily, Ark. Liberal Arts and Sciences Clzemiml Engineering Newman Hall A.I.C.E.g Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gacleg Cavalry Club New Mexico Military Institute ARTHUR RAYMOND HALL, JR. ....... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Dag Phi Delta Phig Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Ui, Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 131, President C415 Star Course, Board of Managers QZJQ Men's Glee Club Cl, 2, 3l: University Concert and Entertainment Board 153 2 Cast, "Rose Marie" XVENDELL RIGG HALL ,......... Arwzdrz, Colo. Agriculture General Bronze Tabletg Alpha Zeta Honors Day Q31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key LOUIS GEORGE HALLA ........, .... C ieem Engineering Cinil Engineering Brown Thresh Mu Sang A.S.C.E. ROBERT MOORE HALLAM. . .Spring,ield, Alan. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Delta A.S.M.E.g Polo C41 Norwich University RALPH HENRY HALLENSTEIN. . . .... Jolie! Journalism Editorial Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Managing Editor, The Daily Illini Q43 78 GALEN MARCY HALLETT, JR ..... ...LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences i I Cbemirtry Phi Kappa Psi Illinois State Normal University PAUL EUGENE HAMER ............. Oak Park Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Chi Pershing Riiiesg Tribe of Illinig Varsity Track Squad 13, 455 Varsity Track Letter K3, 455 Varsity Cross Country Squad 141 g Varsity Cross Country Letter C41 g A.S.C.E. XYIILLIAM MARVIN HAMER ..... .... C lsimgo Journalism Adz'erti.ring Sigma Alpha Mu Chairman, junior Promg Illini Union Com' mittee 15, 415 Alpha Delta Sigma MARIETTA HAMILTON ..,.......... Galrondl: Journalism Radio Lceman Lodge Mask and Baubleg Arepog Junior Manager, Theater Guild ROBERT EDWIN HAMILTON .... ...joliei Engineering Civil Engineering Delta Phi A.S.C.E. Joliet junior College DANIEL WILLIAM DL ......... .Linmln Division o Sp-ecia Services Pr ala ' Alpha app amb KATIAIARINE VIRGINIA EMAN, H0412 Park Fine and Applied Arts Art Alpha Gamma Delta Orchesis KERMIT HARDEN, JR ......,......... Fairview Liberal Arts and Sciences Matlaemalies Men's Residence Hall Carnegie Institute of Technology WEsI,EY EARL HARDIN .,.....,. .... C liziwn Education Phyfiral Edlzmliau Alpha Tau Omega Delta Theta Epsilong Freshman Varsity Wrestling GAII, ELLSWORTH HARMS ..... ...Dixon Agriculture Gefzefnl Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Club ll, Z, 3, 413 Illinois Agri- culturist ill: Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad, House President Ml: Interfraternity Executive Council 13, 47g Production Stall, "The Women" ANDREY ............ griculture General Nabor House Alpha Zetag Agricultural Club Honors Day GJ ELMER RALPH HARRIS ............... Roxrum Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Erzgineerifzg Alpha Chi Sigma Tau Beta Pig Sigma Taug Phi Lambda Up- silong A,I.Ch.E. Honors Day 11, 2, Sl: University of Illinois Scholarship Key HEI.liNE HARRIS ......,.... ..... C bit-nga Education General Illini Hall Honors Day GP Wilson Junior College ,lol-IN EDWIN HARTRICK ...... .... C bfzmpaign Engineering Civil Eugiizeering Theta Chi A,S.C.E.g Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade Honors Day Q35 JACK HARTZELL ................ Beurdrmwn Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Delta Tau Delta A.I.E.E.g First Lieutenant, University Brigade CHARLES RICHARD HAWQRTH ..... Gem-gemiwr Division of Special Services Geology Phi Sigma Epsilon Gamma Theta Upsilon Eastern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg I University of Nebraskag University of Mich- igan i I ,ef HELEN MARIE HAWTHORNE ........ Gmmiille ' ' I -ftiif , Agriculture f Home Evorzomirf f , Phi Mu 1 'vb Home Economics Club 'E . ' ...K 1: 'A I ' gr? . ' iaif 5 i g , am. . ri-S". , ' Q lr , Q5 A LEON EDWARDS HAY,.. ...... ..... A :from Commerce Afcormlarrry it , as. ' X 1? , tm ez. ,gs E., Q . I t r W if, Qi , as 5- 'I Beta Gamma Sigmag Accountancy Club IZ, 3, All: Marketing Club 12, 3, 41 Northern Illinois State Teachers HARRIET ELLA HAYCOCIQ .......,.. Springfield Fine and Applied Arts Mini: Pi Beta Phi Sigma Alpha Iota: Arepog Illini Union Com- mittee C1, 2, 31 5 XVomen's Glee Club I3, 4Jg University Chorus 13, 41g A Cappella Choir l4Jg Der Deutsche Verein QZ, 311 Cast, "H.M.S. Pinafore", "The Sorcerer", "The Pirates of Penzance" josEPH CLAUDIUS HAYES.. .ImlinmzpoIi.r, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Arrhilecmre Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Phi Omega, Tribe of Illinig Varsity Track Letters Q21 JOHN MCMILLAN HAYGOQD ........,. Urlmmz Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbeminrl Efzgiueering Sigma Chi A.I.Ch.E.g Illini Union Committee Honors Day 135 University of Floriclag University of North Carolina EUNICE CLAIRE HAZENEIELD ......... Demlzrr Liberal Arts and Sciences Piyrbalogy Loki German Clubg House President Q31 Honors Day 131 Blackburn College WILLARD A. HEA'fON ......... ..... V irmria Commerce Affdllllfdilfj' Men's Residence Hall Moruus LITTLEFIELD HECKER, jR..Clmmpaign Commerce Bluiuerr ltlmmgement Delta Tau Delta Accountancy Club ill 3 Marketing Club L21 g The Illio 111 Honors Day ll, 25 79 GERALD EUGENE HEDRICKM ....... Leaf Riwr Commerce Acrofzrznzfleg' Accountancy Club 11, Z, 3, 41 HAROLD THOMAS HEIDBREDER. .. .... Qninry Journalism Adrfertiiing Club Topper Alpha Delta Sigma g The Daily Illini 13, 41 Honors Day 131 Quincy College LOUISE HEIDLER ................ Mr. Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Zeta Tau Alpha I - Arepog The Illio 111 5 PanAHellenic Executive Council 13, 41g Illini Union Board 151g Illini Union Committee 11, 215 Won1en's Glee Club 13, 41, Universit Chorus 1112 Cast, Pinafore". "The Sorcerernq Production Staff, "Twelfth Night": Pan- Hellenic Council President 1415 Illini Union Board 13, 41 Honors Day 121 GEORGE THEODORE HEINRICH, JR. ..... Peoria Commerce Aefazznlezncy Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Clubg House President 141 Bradley Institute of Technology DOROTHY ANN HENDERSON ....... Ridgefarnz Education Speech Busey Hall Production Staff, "Three Men On a Horse", "King Lear", "Beggar on Horseback" Earlholm College MACDONALD LINCOLN HENDERSON, Iviawhnll, Minn. Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Tau Beta Pig Chi Epsilong A.S.C.E.g 1st Regimental Band 13, 41 Honors Day 131 University of Marquette DONALD BURLEY HENEGARA .... .... T nrcoln Agriculture General Son's Home Alpha Zetag Agriculture Clubg Hoof and I-Iorn 11, 21, Agriculture Economics Club 141 g Second Regiment Band 11, 21 Honors Day 11, 31 XVARREN EARL HENRICKS ......,.. Cbemzpfzign Engineering Mechanical Theta Chi Tau Nu Taug Phalanx Honors Day 111 80 . . 1 S... ijt . Q- Tffw xi new L B .,, 1 . K x l ,S L 5 R W 2 wi u QQ it tt N we Aggie 1 S MiQE,,W 4 A SL ,X wx Q A A i was WEA is I l 'H ,Q gas Q3 2 Q 1 N is f J I ,t Q Q aft A L A' - 1 wi 1 'Y . H u i wi S! H 4,31 ,W 1 5 M, +1 A 1 4, 5 1 or get Q aw., 3., . Q... S so -- grease ,A -QA 1 X' frat 1 A A tt 1 .+ we , 1 .., KA- .' :' Emmy JEAN HENsEL .............. Prinremn Fine and Applied Arts Mniir Et1IlL'rlli071 Brentwood Manor Honors Day 131 XVINFIELD FRANK HENTSCHEL ....... Cbimgo Commerce Acromzlfznry Theta Xi Accountancy Club 13, 41 g Marketing Club 141 Honors Day 121 DePaul: Indiana University INA NANCY HERBRIG ................ Demon' Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Science Gamma House Mortar Boardg Senior Manager, Theatre Guildg Student Senate 1311 Mask and Baubleg Arepog Marketing Clubg Cast, "War- I rior's Husband"g Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Men On a Horse", "Pirates of Penzance" Honors Day 121 Ross ROBERT HERR ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbenzirtry Lambda Chi Alpha Concert Band 11, 2, 31 GLEN HESTER ..,,.............. Mr. Vernon Commerce Arrozznling First Regimental Band HOXYfARD HEXTEL ............ Newark gricul re ene I Far u - Pershi 1 Rifle A .. . Alpha Agricul- tural -a and orn Honors Day MALCOLM XVARD H ........... Kenilworzb Engineering General Engineering Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescentg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 31g Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squadg Varsity Wfrestling Squadg Junior Promg House President 141 PAUL AUGUST HILST .,....... .... T opekn Commerce Accountancy Illinois State Normal Universityg Western Illinois State Teachers College SHIRLIIY EDITH HINDLIAN ............ Urbmm Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Zeta Phi Etag Cheer Leading 115 3 Illini Union Council C2Jg Illini Union Committee f1,2DgXVILLf1,2J Honors Day Cl, 2, 31 ANNIE Lorflsiz HINITS .,................ Flow Liberal Arts and Sciences Ezlgliyfa Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day ill LIEXYIS ODGSON .,....,.,, JF Special Services LaSal junior College RALPH FRANK il'lOliCKIEI.MAN. ........ Quint, Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbfllliflll Erlgilieefifzg A.I.C.E. g Technograph My Quincy College 1-lARoI.D I.I.O'x'D HOFFMAN ........... Drrium' Engineering zlIer'hmlirnl EIlgIlIt?L'V'iIlg Tau Kappa Epsilon A.S.M.E. Stanford University JIZAN GRACE HOFFBIAN ...... .... I .llG'l'tHIALjt' Commerce fICf0lHII!1lIt'J' Kappa Kappa Gamma Accountancy Club Q3, 4Jg The Illio O53 Illini Union Committee Honors Day GJ Lyons Township junior College MARt:LiI1RI'rI2 Lois HOITFBIAN ...... Gary, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts ilflnrir Eclzlzvzliozz Busey Hall University Orchestra 12, 5, 4l: University Chorus lsljg XVILL fljg Illini Union Com- mittee Q21 Honors Day f5l Gary junior College JOHN HOHMANN ................ Alawiznfm- Commerce f1Cl'0lHIflIllfJ' Alpha Kappa Psi: Finance Otticer of U. of I. American Legion Post i GORDON Aus'rIN HOKE ...... ...Artbnr Education , S 'gl , , Ma-Wfan-Dag Sachemg Football Manager I-, f Iv- gl 1 Basketball Manager CZ, EBI g Baseball 1 Wx Q ,. I ,K -- -, V Manager LZ, 535 Tribe of Illinig President, ,.k. f 1 .. tssi I ma i s ir s "Va ,gf ,af N -'lt I I L Qi fell y JOHN S'rAN'roN HOLLAND ,......... Brigkian Division of Special Services Air T1'fn1,rfwrmIio1z Ivlarketing Club Harris Teachers College JOHN HIZNRY HOLIDAY ............. Cbiriilqo Engineering zllecbfwirfrl Engimfering Sigma Nu Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Dolphinsg Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad: Military Rifle Club University of XVisconsin VIRGINIA Sure I'l0l.I.ONVAY .........,. Dtiiwim- Liberal Arts and Sciences .YfNll7i,fl7 Delta Gamma Shi-Aig The Illio fllg Illini Union Com- mittee ll, 213 Star Course, Board of Mari- agers 125 Honors Day f2J INDIA Lou HOLMES ........,.. .... Q ninry Agriculture Home El'07I07I1il',f Cagle Hall Culver-Stockton College IYIIZIJSA LEE HoI.MI2s ............. Cbfinzfmfgzi Liberal Arts and Sciences English University Chorus C41 Southern Illinois Normal University ZIIAIA' HQLMIES ,..........,. .... E tlrlmizi Agriculture Gemini! Farm House Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigmag Scabbard and Blacleg Field and Furrowg Agricultural Cflrb: Illinois Agriculturalist QSJQ 2nd Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day QI, Z, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key DoRo'rHY ANN HoI.s'roN ......,... INlrI5bl'lHL' Physical Education Pbyriml Erinmfioiz Medea Alpha Pi Deltag XV.A,A. Numeralsg Major Ig House President MJ g Orchesis llj 81 WILLIAM HELIXIUTH HoLzE ,......... ..Elgin Fine and Applied Arts Imlfciirial Derigii Sigma Phi Epsilon NIICHAEL MEYER HOLZAIAN ...,...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Men's Residence Hall XVright junior Collegeg University of De- troit MARY HOMRIGHOUS ............... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Chi Omega Mortar Boardg Torchg Shi-Aig Phi Beta Kappag -Alpha Lambda Delta, General Man- ager, Illini Theatre Guildg Mask and Baubleg Arepog Alpha Kappa Delta: Psi Chig Pro- duction Staff, "King Lear", "Beggar on Horseback", "Alcestis", "Pirates of Penz- ance", "Romeo and Juliet" Honors Day ll, 2, 35g University of Illinois Scholarship Key FRED BYRON HONN ......... ..,Cl:ampaigf1 Education Hiriory Illinois State Normal University XXVILLIAM SHARON Hooks ............ Oregon Division of Special Services Floriclcliizre Alpha Gamma Rho Interfraternity Ex. Council Q53 Blackburn College EUGENE FREDERICK HoPIi1Ns, Eau Claire, Wi,i'. Division of Special Services Ecarmmicr Delta Tau Delta Interfraternity Executive Council Q31 3 Market- ing Club f3Jg Accountancy Club 131 Northwestern University HENRIETTA HORN ................. Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Phi Mu Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet H35 XVomen's Glee Club 13, 41: WILL K3, 4lg Castg "Pinafore": Production, "Barchester Towers", "Three Men On a Horse"g German Club Q35 Wlilson Junior College NaNcY ANN HORNUNG ...,....,..... Oiiaira Liberal Arts and Sciences History Kappa Kappa Gamma The Illio Q11 g Illini Union Committee fl, 5, 43 University of Wisconsin 82 E X , J iw e, . af x Sis , l -rr --VI ' -.. sl? s- as i if -'mx ROBERT KEITH HORTON ,............ '1'alono Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha chi Rho Star and Scrollg Ice Hockey Manager KZ, 35 L House President UU S MCIVS Glee Club U, 33 SHIRLEY RUTH HORXYIITZ .......,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Science Sociology Keeler House Alpha Lambda Deltag Illio fl, Zjg Illini Union Committee Q23 Honors Day QU XVALTER LEO Horz ........ Philadelphia, Pa. Liberal Arts and Sciences Ecormmicr Lambda Chi Alpha Illini Union Committee Cl, 45 University of Missouri CONSTANTINE HARRY HOUPIS, Deir-oiz, Michigan Engineering Electrical Erzgineerirrg Lundgren Hall Wlayne University BARBARA J, PIOXVARD ,......,... .ML Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Medea House LORN LAMBIER ' ......... Champaign ginee ng Electr l E1 irieeri Sta race A.I.E . Univ ' nsylvanri SHIRLEY ANNE u ...,........ Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences P.ryrbalogy Alpha Chi Omega The Illio fl, 23 3 XV.A.A.g Illini Union Com- mittee fl, 2, 33 : Production Stall, "Mirth of a Nation", "Twelfth Night" Honors Day ill ELEANOR JEAN HOWELL ............. Eureka Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathemalicf La Treinta Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day Cl, 233 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Url LAUREL EMILY HRUDA .............. Berwyn Engineering llleclmniml Engineering Cheznous A.S.M.E. Arepo, House President 2, Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 47g University Orchestra Cl, 2, 3, 43 'GENE BURTON HUBBLE ....... .... F airfield Commerce Arrozznirzney Theta Xi Accountancy Club University of Pennsylvania HER AM HUBER .... Perf 0, Commerce Accolnzlnncy Newman all Accounting Club Southeast Missouri State College JEAN CLAIxIcE HUEER ............... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbenzirtry Leinad Manor Morgan Park junior College 'DONALD L. HUCKABA ......... .... A lanaon Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E., Tau Nu Tau, Phalanx ELAINE HUDAI: .................... LaSalle Liberal Arts and Sciences Spaniel: Fraker House Sigma Delta Pi Bradley College GLORIA JANE HUDsoN ...... ..... N emma Commerce Tern-bing Busey Hall Illio 1 ,JEAN SLATER HUELSEN. .Saint Albrznr, W. Va. Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Theta Upsilon .House President il, 21 I r I I M 2 4 Y. fr eff we it' Q, I 40' ',,' ' i ,Q er , - ,gf es eaters A1 ,Vi K ri f , ,W ,. . 1 get -1, i W WILLIAM BLANI: HUELSEN ........... Urbana Engineering Meclmniml Engineering Sigma Pi A.S.M.E. IRA HUFEMAN .........,...... Dayfon, Olaia Education General Science Psi Upsilon Amherst AUIJIIEY DEAN HUEFORD ............ Frzirfeld Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Science Busey Hall Torchg Illini Union Council QZJQ Y.W,C.A. Cabinet 1335 University Chorus CZ, 5, 45 WAYNE POLLAIID Hurroan ..... M1n'play.rboro Engineering Mecl1anicrz1 Engineering A.S.M.E.g Y.M.C.A. Honors Day ill University of Delaware ERIC Lesrra Huorrcs ......., Victoria, B. C. Physical Education Pbyrical Edumlion Gymnastica Cl, 23 5 Tribe of Illini, Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squadg Varsity Track Squad KSJ, Letter C37 5 Varsity Cross Country Squad 135, Letter Gb Honors Day fl, 2, an IAMIES LAUGHLIN HUGHES .,......... Chicago Division of Special Services for War Veterans I1m'ur11'irzl Arlminirlmlion Phi Kappa Pershing Riflesg A.S.C.E. Syracuse University GIOIIGE MALCOLM I-IUGHEY Greenewlle Division of Special Services Men's Residence Hall Annex Illinois State Normal University Joi-IN WALTER HIILL ..... .......... C bimgo Liberal Arts and Science Cbemixtfy Theta Xi Student Senate 1455 Daily Illini 11, 215 In- tramural Manager QZ, 3, 415 Major I 12, 5, 43 Honors Day KZJ 83 ELIZAIIETI-I LOUISE HYDE ...,....... Symermzr Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Dzarigu Illustrators Honors Day C15 MARY JANE HYLAND ................ Cbicfzga Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Illiana Lodge Rosary College BETTE JEANNE ILEs ................. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology mul Pfyrhology Illini Union Committee C31 FREDERICK WILLIAM ILSEMAN, JR. .... Awww Commerce Mrnmgemenf Alpha Chi Rho German Clubg Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad Honors Day CIJ XVILLIAM INcE ....,........ ..,. D emfm' Commerce Murkeiizzg Kemper Military School PATRICIA Zoos IRVINIE ....... .... P arir Journalism Edilorial Torchg Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini Cl, 2, 31 Honors Day C35 ELIZABETH JOYCE IRWIN ..,...... Sprifzgffelfz' Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Pi Beta Phi The Illio C35 3 Illini Union Committee C51 Honors Day C55 Cottey Junior College for Wlomen DOROTHY E. BURTON IsRAI:L ...... Afmingrwr Fine and Applied Arts Commerrinzl De,ri,gu Evans Hall Illustrators Honors Day C3J 84 , . .. ,. .M li L.. ,gf cr f x slt' M 3 ..-as -is A-,. ,',. af I if 6 ,ggi mg, Fix Y iw fi ga QA? I W Iii, tl 1' I it it " I, t 4 I." ii 1 -'Ya 2:1 7 ,A I, , 113: f .. ,,, 1 I P . ' i H p R, 'e g 'fe 'armies '5 M irev...m . Z , I , ,Pinto ' ,in I I f i tnee .R . im. Y- , -- EA A5 fy I - ' ' Lois CORNELIA ISRINGHAUSEN ..... Jerreyville' Liberal Arts and Sciences French Busey Hall MacMurray College ROXVLAND JACKSON .......... Mozmr Srerling' Commerce Acmzmtmzcy Accountancy Club Honors Day C33 Culver-Stockton College PRISCILLA ANNE JACOBS ..... ,..Jerreyvil!e- Agriculture Agronomy Busey Hall Agricultural Clubg House President C4Jg Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Monticello College MARY ELIZABETH JACOBSON .... .... G film Agriculture Home Efozmmicf Gamma House Home Economics Club DAVID LEE JAIJWIN .......... .... C laimga Commerce Mamzgemelzl Tau Epsilon Phi Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club Wlilson Junior College GEORGE WILLIAM JAN .... Mufpbyrbora- Ag - Agriculm omirr Honors D IRWIN WILLIAM JAN 'anmr City, Mo. Engineering Engineering Playrifr Pi Mu Epsilong Sigma Taug Concert Band' C31 g First Regimental Band C35 Honors Day C35 Kansas City Junior College RUTH ANN JAQUES .......... ..., L mm: Agriculture Home Economirr 4-H House Phi Upsilon Omicrong The Daily Illini CZJ g Illinois Agriculturist C31 Q Woman's Editor C43 g Home Economics Club PATRICIA GIELAZ JIEFFRIIES ............ Szerling F Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Stonehaven Terraping The Illio Ill CLARK NORRIS JENKINS .,......... lafzkfzmofl MARILX'N RIJTH JOHNSON ........... Cbzmga Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiriafy Kappa Delta Lawrence College NIILDRED LOUISE JOHNSON ..... .Cbimgo Education fIgF'il'll,fIll'lll Elrllltfrllloll Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 'T Liberal Arts and Sciences Spllllllb Pi Beta Phi Miami University ANDRE N JERDAN .... OLIVER SIDNEY JOHNSON. .. ...... ..Cbin1go ngineering ' cl Division of Special Services clriml Eugim'eriug Illrzfzagenzezzf Phalanxg Pi au Pi Sigma: A.I.E.E. , .. Alpha Delta Phi N The lllio 115 g House President C-IJ lift K ARNOLD NORNIAN JOHNSON... .... Cbimgn . Commerce I Accofmfrzmy Delta Chi Phalanx l I BETTY MARIE JOHNSON ......... Maple Pm-la Physical Education Teaching Leinad Manor Alpha Sigma Nug XV.A.A.g XV,A.A. Numer. alsg Major I Honors Day CZ, 37 CHARLES EARNEST JOHNSON ..... ,. . .Cbimgo My RUSSELL XVILLIAM JOHNSON ..,... Glen Elly: Y Liberal Arts and Sciences A J gif Mntbenmrirf 1 K Elmhurst Collegeg Gustavus-Adolphus Col- tiua lesze v RUTH GERTRUDE JOHNSON .,..,.... Cefm-alia .. 1 .- Agriculture Home Ecorzomicr ' H Home Economics Club A f f- an ,S .- , vc. i , ta N 'ne 95315 IJ ik 3 i' It' A 4 N. Y 4' . , nga, V ,aw Engineering Alerbmlirnl Ezzginferiazg A.S.M.E. University of Texas DALE MILRURN JOHNSON .,....... Cbarlmon Agriculture S' ,ww General pa' ug wt.. V Q95 KENNETH HUGH JOHNSON. .Winthrop .Plfrrbor Commerce Arl1'erli,ril7g Sigma Phi Epsilon WII.LlAhl KENNETH JOHNSON .... lllIi!l!lll'l0IL'lI Commerce flccofmtaazcy Alpha Kappa Psig Y.M.C.A. Cabinet f-U3 Accountancy Club Honors Day Q35 Lincoln College DOROTHY JEAN JOHNSTON. .. .... Ui-bam: Education Mnilyezzlnlicf Kappa Alpha Theta Torchg Illini Union Committee iljg Y.XV. C.A.g Cabinet G14 Production Staff, "Clau- dia", "Guest in the House", "Barchester Towers" Honors Day KU GEORGE TEETER JOHNSTON ..... Murplayrbara Division of Special Services Sigma Alpha Epsilon Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad House President 13, 4Jg Y.M.C.A. Cabinetg Men's Glee Club Lawrence College Southern Illinois Normal University 85 RUTH GENEVIEVE JOHNSTON .... .... B orklrfy Agriculture Home EFIMIIJIIIIFI McKinley Hall Mortar Boardg Torch: Vice-President, junior Class: Illini Theatre Guild: Mask and Bauhleg Aregnog Phi Upsilon Omicrong Pro- duction Sta , "Romeo and Juliet", "The Sorcerer", "The Skin of Our Teeth", "The Male Animal", "Three Men On a Horse"g Home Economics Club A V Honors Day 11, 2, 553 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ESTI-IER LILLIAN JONES ...... .... C hir-ago journalism Al!1'Ul'fI,fiI1g Alpha Delta Pi Illini Union Committee f55g Production Staff, "Pride and Prejudiceng Cast, "Letters to Lucerne" FRANCIS JONES ....... ,........ C alnmez Cily Commerce Alorketing Marketing Club, Freshman Varsity Tennis Squadg Varsity Tennis Squad 1453 Fresh- man Varsity Basketball University ot' Pennsylvania HAROLD LEE JONES ....,..... ..... B enlon Commerce lllrzrkeling Theta Chi Alpha Kappa Psig Scabbard and Bladeg Pershing Ritlesg Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Clubg Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade KATHARINE LEA JONES .............. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjnmirb Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg Cast, "Mirth of a Nation" Lawrence College LESLIE JONES ...................... Bonzon Engineering Zl'Ierbauiaz! Engifzeerifzg Mull Manor IVIARY FRANCES JONES ,....... ..,. B colon Agriculture Home Eronomirr Busey Hall PRIcE DUANE JONES ............. Cbrmrprzigfz Division of Special Services Radio fozzrrmlimz Phi Mu Alphag lst Regimental Band i353 Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 355 University Chorus H, 25 g XVILL CZ, 5, 45 3 Cast, "The Mikado", "Carmen", "Pirates of Penzance" 86 XVARREN JONSSON ........... .... 0 ak Pork Engineering A-lemllm-gy Theta Chi A.I.M.M.E. PROAI. BERRY JUDSON .............. Ewzmlon Engineering Meflmzxinzl Engineering Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Eta Sigmag The Illinois Technograph C35 Honors Day Q15 MARY ANN joRuAN. .......,..... La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Pi Beta Phi Shi-Aig The Illio Cl, 2, 35: Illini Union Committee 1253 Theater Guild C15 PI-IYLLIS MARGUERITE JOREAN ........ Enfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Euglirb Sigma Kappa Southern Illinois Normal University ALICE ELIZABETH JOSLYN ........ Woodwork Liberal Arts and Sciences Eugliify Chi Omega Vice-President, Senior Classg The Illio f15g House President C45 g XV.A.A. 11, 25 OLGA LUCILLE JURF ' s ............. Chicago Liberal 1 Sciences Low ll - I 5 , 45 1 , . . Hous ' . t 4 ' anis Co GEORGE XVILLIAR I- ....... Mt, Sterling , erce Marketing University of Pennsylvania SEYMOUR KAPLAN .......... .... C lfimgo Engineering Mecbmziml Engineerifrg Men's Residence Hall A.S.M.E. Honors Day 115 BERT Vrcron KARPF ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Clsemirfry Men's Residence Hall Princeton University CAROL KARR ........ ,.......... R ark lflfiml Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Gamma Phi Beta The Illio tl, 23: Production Staff, "Pride and Prejudice", "Romeo and Juliet"1 Orchesis KID HAROLD KASSEL ....... Commerce fl1'f0lH7f:Z11l'y Accountancy Club Honors Day 415 Northwestern University GERTRUDE MIRIAM Kfvrz ........... Clfimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Bane:-ialagy Busey Hall Honors Day 131 Herzl Junior Collegeg Northwestern Uni- versity EDAN KAYNE ...................., Clairago Liberal Arts and Sciences Permmiel Pfyrbology Grevada Chalet House President HJ g Hillel Council fl, 2, 53 CLARA VIX'IAN KEATING ......... ...Inglerirle Liberal Arts and Sciences Brlclerialagy Shetheld Lodge W.A.A. LORIZN ELl.1s KIEEFIER ........... Green Valley Agriculture lI0l'dIl0lIl1l Agrirzfllnre Bradley University KINGSLEY HORTON Kninmz .... .. .0'Fallfm Commerce illmmgefzzefzt Brown Thresh Alpha Kappa Psig House President fl, 25: Accountancy Club: Marketing Club Honors Day fl, 23 Washington Universityg Columbia Uni- versity 4-w,.,,. DoRo1'HY jmxmz KELLEY. . . . ..... Danville Law Law Bethany Kappa Beta Pi g XV.G.S, Executive Council GJ RALPH KELLY ,................. Clmmpfzign Liberal Arts and Sciences ClJ?lVIlJ'lI'Q' Alpha Kappa Lambda Sigma Taug House President ISI g WILL fl, 21 Honors Day fl, 2? DOROTHY BLAINIZ KENNEDY ....... LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Pi Beta Phi Freshman Councilg The Illio fl, 'Hg Illini Union Committee ELIEANOR KENNEDY .............. Plainield Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirla Presbyterian Hall XV.A.A. North Central College Rorannr DANIEL KERN. .. ........ .lll0l17llIllllb Engineering Alecbfzrziml Engineering A.S.M.E. Monmouth College MARY MARTHA KERSCH ...... ..,Dem11n' Commerce Marketing Leeman Lodge Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 553 Market- ing Club DORIS MAE KRss1.12R .......,. ...Gwmrille Commerce Marketing Phi Mu Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club NARBEY ICHACHATURIAN ..... ..Tel1eran, Iran Engineering Ciril Ellglllffiillg A.S.C.E. University of Teheran 87 LORETTA KlEN'r2I.E .......,..... 1.Pil1rhcld Liberal Arts and Sciences Sorinlngy Caglc Hall Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 111 RAY THOMAS KILLEN, Lloydminiler, Sn.fkfzfrkfIvrzz1. Crm. Engineering .Eleclihvzl E71gil1Ei7'i7Ig Phi Sigma Kappa Tribe of lllinig Freshman Varsity Hockey Squadg Varsity Hockey Squad 12, 353 Let- ter 12, 35 MARION Lois KILsBERG ............ Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences .S',lmf1i.rfJ Bethany Circle Torchg Sigma Delta Pig Illini Union Council 12, 373 Illini Union Committee 12, 53 1 Pro- duction, "Arms and the Man", "Pride and Prejudice" ELLEN CAROLYN KILIBRELL .... Elnzrvowl Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Spfznifb Zeta Tau Alpha Sigma Delta Pig House President 143g Pan- Hellenic Executive Council 1-Hg Illini Uni:n Council 1455 Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 3, 453 Production Staff, "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband" Honors Day 113 Northwestern University RORIIRT LEE KIMMONS. ,.... MG:-eeley, Cala. Engineering Civil Eiigiazeclizzg Men's Residence Hall A.S.C.E. Colorado College GLRNDALL LEE KING ...... ,,., ..... E I dal-ado Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbzfmiflry Illinois State Normal University CORWIN CARI. KINGSTON ...,. .... I Weldon Commerce Marketing Men's Residence Hall First Lieutenant, University Brigade RUSSELL O'rrs ICIRKHAM ..... ...Piper Cizy Education Hiriory Illinois State Normal University 88 ' - . 5 Y . fa 1 'A l 3 i . Ia, are N A X I as 1 Z 2 r kv 'Hi A JH? . 'L 1 r, ,t or 4, rap s f: P it 5 , K., I 6 5 L , A l LAURA KIRSCH ............ Hof Springr, A1-Ie. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi Pan-Hellenic Council 111 Louisiana University HELENE KRAINOVITCI-I ............. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lowell Hall Wlilson junior College JIZANNETTE ALBERTA KLENIOLA ...... E1'll!I.fl02l Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjimzirb Fehner House Cosmopolitan Clubg House President 135 g Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day 123 Northwestern University PAUL LEONARD KLEVATT...Kd77JrIJ Ciry, Mo. Engineering Aeronautical Efzgirzeerirzg Sigma Alpha Mu Freshman Councilg A.S.M.E. Kansas City Junior College VIRGINIA LORENE KMET .......,,. S1u'iugjivld Agriculture Home Ecafzomici Bethany Circle House President 131 g Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Home Economics Club I DOROTHY KNAPHU .. ...... Rirer Foreit Liberal ' s an Sciences I Iii Kapp n Thet Torch: ask 5 5 CPO: 7 YPHCI' lenic Ex " Co cil1 g Y ' .1352 Production Sta , "King Lea , "Three Men On a Horse" " he Sorcerer "Skin of Our Teeth" Honors ay 113 WILLIAM KNAPP ...,...... Chicago Division of Special Services Bzuirrerr Adnzifzirtrarion Alpha Epsilon Pi Providence College ELLEN MARIE KNAUE ................. Ladd' Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirzary Alpha Xi Delta lllini Union Committee 135 La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College XVILLIAM XVILTON KNIQI-Ir, JR. .... LizG1-fmge Division of Special Services Indn,rtrial Aflrzliazirlnzzifm Lundgren House University of lowa DONALD Rouizm' KNORR .... Wfuzwfzlom, Wir. V X I ,, Fine and Applied Arts pi 'l i A rr lJi1erl1n'e L' Gargoyle: Scarab .FZ -rfvs fi University of Notre Dame I 4. ...V 'I ALYCE 'IiDsoN ............ . fr ' Arts and Sciences -teF" H ,,-.1 ' Philosophy 't i f chi Omega i ' Theater Giard in - I, P- 4421 Williaim NVoods College i , ' -'A A315 - . .. : " ,V in " it 1 - ,' i ' 1:2 .Q ., 1 , as 1 l STANLEY KOCH . .,........ .... . ...Cbimgn , i' N, i Liberal Arts and Sciences i 1 Cbemirlry ' , 1 Tara Hall ma A ' Lawrence College it , . ' K . g f ,Ii I ' lleee I ' A gr f' t .a e ' -I J I 'I'IIEnEsA MARIE KOEIINEMANN...Cb1rmpaig:1 ' , , H Liberal Arts and Sciences ' NZ'-V i Sociology N ' Barry Collegeg St. Mary's of Notre Dame H cisl Vgjffilw If ' , 1" 'I GLENN ERNEST KOIERTGE .... .... I ,irrlaheld Engineering Alerhmiiml Engineerirlg Phi Eta Sigrnag First Regimental Band tl, 21 Honors Day 111 r.Wr 'l asm K.. ,V X Q 'N ,QE , it .fa ,va Q A, me EARI. RoEEa'r KOGEN .......... .... C himgo M Education E Pbyximl Ellllfilfillfl Phi Epsilon Pi North Park College It . 4534" 497 'Iii ' ROBERT CI-IAI1I.Es KOHNCICE ....... Hoopermu Engineering Alecbmziml Efzgineerizzg A.s.M.E. 13,0 ,I University of Utah CAaoL LOUISE Korn ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Evglirb Kappa Delta Northwestern University, Lawrence College ROIIEIIT XVESLEY KOYL ...... BdI'!'j'i0I1, Mirb. Fine and Applied Arts Muric Ezluraiion Gymkana: lst Regimental Band tl, 21 5 Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 3, 4jg University Chorus HJ g Cast, "H.M.S. Pinat'ore"g Drum Major, Football Band CAROL KRAATZ .................... Olmrfed Liberal Arts and Sciences Pdffliflll Srienre Evans Hall Southern Illinois University JOSEPH JAMES KRAGE .........,..... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Brown Thresh House President 13, 45 ROBERT KREEGER ...,. . . . ...... . .. .Cbirfzgo Division of Special Generfrl Tau Epsilon Phi House President Q42 Services RAYMOND Roaekrs KREIG ..... .... 0 fzkley Agriculture Gefleral Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Clubg Hoof and tramural Manager HJ Lake Forest College Horn Club g In- JEROME KRIVIT .... ........ . ..Claimgo Commerce .Mfzrketizzg MCH'5 Residence Hall Marketing Club JOHN MOORE KROMREY ......,..,.. Mor:-iron Physical Education Pbyriml Education Alpha Kappa Lambda Freshman Varsity Tennisg Varsity Tennis f2l 5 Freshman Varsity Basketball 3 Men's Glee Club Honor's Day Q11 89 PAUL KRULEXVITCH ................ Claimgo Division of Special Services .Mailaenznlirr Zeta Beta Tau George Wfilliams College HELEN ELIZABETH KRUMSIEK. ....... U1-.bmw Education Commercial Teaching Alcestis Spanish Club JEROME HAYES KRUPP ...,......... Vaudnlirz Liberal Arts and Science General Kappa Sigma Mercer Universityg University of South Carolina POLLY KUBY ................ Wen M:Hea1ry Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Art Kappa Kappa Gamma Mortar Boardg Shi-Aig Bronze Tabletg Illus- trators 12, 55 g Terrapin Q25 1 Illio Q15 g Tom- Tom f55g WIALA. 12, 335g House President 135 g Pan-Hellenic Executive Council 15, 45 g Illini Union Committee 155 Honors Day fl, 2, 35 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Monticello College GLENN DEAN KUCERA ......... ..... 1 Moline Engineering Meclmniml Engizzefrizzg PETER NICHOLAS KULICK ...,. Elmzuoad Pmla Engineering General LEONARD Louis KULISEK .... .... B erwyn Journalism Adverliring Alpha Delta Sigma ELIZABETH KUN .,.....,...... Kenorbfz, Wir. Journalism Adrertifing Honors Day 115 90 JEROME JEFFREY KUTZEN ..... Delroil, Mirb. Division of Special Services Efouomicr Sigma Alpha Mu Oberlin College JANE ALLEN LACE ................. Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences j0zn'm1li.rm Alpha Gamma Delta Cast, "Blithe Spirit" BETSY ANN LADD ,..... ............. P BDZOIN' Liberal Arts and Sciences Spunirb Delta Delta Delta Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Delta: Mask and Baubleg Arepog Sigma Delta Pig The Illio 115g Illini Union Committee 11, 253 S-tar Course, Board of Managers 1253 Production Staff, "Three Men On a Horse", "Warr'1or's Husband", "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear", "Pride and Prejudice" A - I Honors Day QI, 2, 35 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ROBERT REID LAMB .......,...... Champaign Division of Special Services Geology Delta Chi Geology Club Illinois State Normalg Bradley Institute ol' Technology JOHN HERROLD LANCASTER, JR., Narbrille, Tenn. Engineering Eleclrical Engineering Stadium Hall Concert Band Q35 5 Men's Glee Club 13, 45 HUDDLER MOORE, J ........,. Cbimgo E neeri Sigma A.S.M. - Tri ' , 3 arsity Swimmi - . , g arsi mming Letter CS, 45 Meclaani E12 zeerin , of ll 1 45 ' , d 45 ' ' VERNER LEE LANE. .... ........ H erxrlaer Engl g Civil Eugineefifvg JOYCE MILLER LANGE..15l01n1l Vernon, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Erozzomiry Evans Hall Concordia Collegiate Instituteg Columbia University EDWARD CHARLES LANGILLR ........ Oak Park Commerce Mnrkeling Sigma Phi Sigma The Daily Illini I3, 41 Texas College of Mines HARRX' ROBERT LANGLEY ..,. Kumar City, Ma. Division nf Special Services Armlznlanry Kansas City junior College MARGLIL AINE LANING. . . . . .C 1 d Applied Arts Muir Sigma Alpha Iota, Arepog NVomen's Glee Club fl, 2, 313 University Chorus fl, 2, 3, 413 WILL 12, 3, 415 Cast, "The Sorcerer", "Pirates of Penzance" LYLI2 LANNING ................... Rarklord Engineering Ciril E71giI1l'6'ITlIg Mull Manor Scabbard and Blade, A.S.C.E.g Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigade JosI2PI-I GUIIJO LAPALORIBARA ...,.... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Srienre Granada Club Sachemg Phi Kappa Phig Phi Eta Sigma, M.I.W.A. Executive Council 12, 3, 41, Presi- dent f41g President, Student Senate Q41 g President, Senior Classy Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key BERNICIE ELLA LAPIRI2 ..,........... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Illini Hall Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Pi Delta Honors Day fl, 21 Northwestern University DORIS MAY LARSEN .,.....4........ Erfuzrlon Liberal Arts and Sciences Barteriology Alpha Omicron Pi The Illio fl, 213 Illini Union Committee fl, 213 Production Staff, "Claudia", "Pride and Prejudice", "Twelfth Night", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Male Animal" ELDON LARSON .... ........ .... G e 110.110 Agriculture General Alpha Gamma Rho Phi Eta Sigmag Editor, Illinois Agriculturist I3, 41 g Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Hoof and Horn Club, Field and Furrow Clubg Illinois Agriculturist 11, 2, 5, 41 Honors Day 11, 2, 31 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 'aa I . .5 .,,. ,Ni , r ag? I t Qi' ', F ARTHUR HENRY Lassnas ........ .... C bimgo Division of Special Services Blzriflerr Adnlirzirlmliazl Men's Residence Hall University of Notre Dameg Indiana State Teachers College MARTIN SANFORD LEAF ....... ..,. C laimga Commerce Mazmgemezzt Alpha Epsilon Pi Marketing Club fl, 215 Accountancy Club f21g Rifle Club, Daily Illini U15 House President i413 Illini Union Committee Q31 WALTER ROGER Lrcar ,.............. Moline Fine and Applied Arts Indnrtrial Derigaz Alpha Rho Chi Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad ROBERT LRE ...,............ . ..,.. Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Efonomirr Psi Upsilon Columbia College, St. Louis University RICHARD ANDREW LEECI-I .............. Zion Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science First Regimental Band IZ1 DONALD FRANCIS LIsI2sIsMAN.Mnywood, Calif. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirzry La Cotorie University of Coloraclog University of Wyoming JAMES Ross LIEIB ....... ,..Brid,gezon, N. 1. Commerce ACC0lllIldl7f-Q' Phi Eta Sigma, Accountancy Clubg Varsity Tennis Squad Q31 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 University of Pennsylvania DALE LIZIFHEIT .,..,.............. De Kalb Division of Special Services Hirlafy Phi Gamma Delta Freshman Varsity Football Squad University of Notre Dame 91 ARTHUR JACOB LETNINGER ........,.. Ntmr-va Engineering Elerlriral Erzgirzewizig Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau: Pi Mu Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma1 Editor, Th: Illinois Technographg A.I,E,E.g The Illinois Technograph 12, 35 Honors Day fl, 2, 35 g University' of Illinois Scholarship Key ROBERT JOSEPH LEMAN. . . . . .,....... Eureka Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Chi Phi JAMES DUANE LENARDSON ..., Defi-air, Mich. Engineering .Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. University of Detroit BERNICE LENDING ....... Unirez-tily Cizy, Mo. Commerce Marketing Ivria Illini Union Committee 125 XVashington University RAYMOND LENTZ, JR. .............. Mozuzdr Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Derign BRUCE BERT LEONARD ....... Kenmore. N. Y. Division of Special Services Mrirketilzg Sigma Chi Marketing Club Ohio Wesleyan University LENA ELIZABETH LEONE ......,..,.. Riferfoia Liberal Arts and Sciences Sorialogy Onondaga Springfield Jr. College SEYMOUR EDWARD LEVENTER. .Br-aoklyn, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemiriry University of Maineg Brooklyn College 92 yi it of 'F ' si 1 , X x I N l 5 .R ass Q . E Q ' ' , c zlf 4 , f - lei? ' I 'lf lifgffk , Qwfjzirls. " ' ,J V.. 1' gr, Z.. 1. "" ' if ti Oil Sr ,Alf Q' 32155 . -E, F 1 2 Q z f it W ' e A A K 51, rw G It Z I liz rev 4 lf l Et lf ANNETTE Louise LEVIN ........... Vfmdalia Liberal Arts and Sciences Saciolngy Phi Sigma Sigma Psi Chig The Illio CU g The Daily Illini fl, Zjg Illini Union Committee CZ, 3, 45g Pro- duction Stag, "Twelfth Night" NORMA JANE LEVIN ...,........... Cenxmlin Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Sigma Delta Tau The Daily Illini lljg Illini Union Commit- tee 12, SJ RIVIAN LEVIN ....,................ Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Busey Hall Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Three Men On a Horse" Herzl Junior College IRviNo LEVINE ..........,.. . . .Chicago Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Wfright Junior Collegeg DePaul University HERBERT JOSEPH LEv1ToN .... .,.. C laimgo Agriculture General Tau Epsilon Pi Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Clubg Spanish Clubg Interfraternity Executive Coun- Cil 439 ALBERT LEv1TT. . . .. .Dayton Ohio ngine ing Ci Ph' a ' ma Pu ue Un - si g- i , ateU ersity JANET LOUISE LEV ..... Laurellofz, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech I-Ioste House French Clubg Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback", "Alcestis", "King Lear" EDMOND DUNAY LEYs ,............. Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Al'rbilt'fl1n'dl Engineering Northwestern University MARJORIE ALBERTA LIDMAN ......... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sprmirb Phi Mu Spanish Club: Production Staff, "Blithe Spirit", "Three Penny Opera" North Park junior College ROBFRT LIMACHER ......... Commerce 11I1IIIllg41lIH'l1l Sigma Phi Epsilon I.oyola University .. . .jolief KENN 1 LIND ........ Engineering Elertiiml E7lgII1EE7'i1Ig A.I.E.E. Honors Day ill Illinois Institute of Technology JEAN Auciz LINDFN .,...,... Ferndale, Midi. Fine and Applied Arts A!'fbifL'lifllI'E XVayne University LLOYD ADOLPH LrND15N1f12Ls13R .... East Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Cl7PII1iJ'I'!'j' Bradley Polytechnical Institute josrvmxs JANELL Lixnsm' .,...,. H41-i-ifbffrg Fine and Applied Arts Piano mm' Organ Brentwood Manor Sigma Alpha Iota Honors Day Ill Rex Dnvox Iaxusax' .,.....,.... Mr. Pnhuki Liberal Arts anal Sciences C'lJw11irI1'y Honors Day GJ Evansville College EUGENE LINER ..........,... ...0,gIrarb, journalism Radio j0lH'll!Ilf,l7ll Ice Rink Oglesby junior College ,-,, ii If, tr' ry e THE? nat? f f, Q. 1 - rt' - 5,- ,. ss 1 4 re ' , if rv K ss , 5 rf air 19513 Q F1 sw ag gaw k is 4, V gd ,I . egg-,' fair ei I xx 1-lei it 4 f ss xi, 1 is Q 4 " ,:' ., , 1' Lfisf .vjllfi 1 q 1 i M fr' lr? Q ,.,. . i , an V. :sf was-'21 f , 59 if f adv.. 5 if Um misc, . 55' " fwxrrwjjg 4- :wi s me fr is 3, Q, L , is Af X 'ff If 1 .i sig- , is Zwv' .- S 4 K as 'Wi 1.4: , ,. ' Miss, I -- sw, ss james Core Lim: ............ . ....... Pm-ix Division of Special Services BllJ'iflP,fJ fI!rJIIliI1iJf!'IIlillI1 Beta Theta Pi Alpha Phi Omega: Marketing Clubg Stunt Show C41 DePauw University: Princeton University Norma ALICE LINKON .,.......... DnQzzoin Liberal Arts and Sciences Sorfology Ivria Southern Illinois Normal University KATHRYN jizax Lim: .,........... Humerwofl Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjnizzifb Alpha Gamma Delta The Illio C15 DONALD LIPPINCOTI' ...........,... Chicago Pine and Applied Arts !Il'Cl7ilFlillll'1Il Eflgiflerrizlg Phi Gamma Delta Gargoyleg Scarab llonors Day 151 jxairzs Hm.r.Ym1 I.r'rcH1fIE1.D,.. ...Adair Agriculture Gefzeml Agricrzllure Nabor House Ajrriculture Club I-it 1 Rural Life Club Q41 XVestern Illinois State Teachers College Aaxoru Powlfu. LITMAN. . .Karmu City, Mo. Engineering Alrmllmgical Erlgineering Tau Epsilon Phi A.S.M.g A.I.M.E.g The Technograph MJ 3 IXI.l.S. Kansas City junior College Iisrifiisa LI'I"I'LE .....,....,...... Fm-mer Cily Liberal Arts and Sciences Zaolagy Theta Upsilon Alpha Lambda Delta: House President C41 Honors Day fl? ltiam' 1-Iisrrzx I.1'rTLmrnYErz ,...... Mctrafmliy Liberal Arts and Sciences Tmrber Traiazing Achaea 93 CHEN HUA LIU ...,.....,,. Kanming, China Engineering .Elerlfiral Engineering National Yunnan University ROBERT DEWEY LLEWELLYN ........ Ezfanflon Division of Special Services fonrnalirm Psi Upsilon House Presidentg Interfraternity Executive Council JAMES FREDERICK LOCHRIIJGE. .. .... Waverly Engineering Ceramic Engineering A.C.S. University of Pennsylvania ELIZABETH ANN LOEWEN .... ..,. C lm-ago Agriculture Home Economic.: Alpha Phi Honors Day Q15 FRANCES R. LOGAN ............... Laiiin-ille Commerce Commercial Teaclying Achaea Alpha Lambda Deltag Illini Rural Life Club Q2, 3, 453 Accountancy Club QI, 3, 451 Marketing Club Q3, 45 Honors Day Q15 JACK MCEWEN LOGAN ............ Claarlei-Ian Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Tau Omega First Lieutenant, University Brigade MARILLA CYNTHIA LOGAN ............ Af-mln Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfyclaalogy Alpha Chi Omega Millikin University FRANK WESLEY LONG, JR. ....... Spf-ingfielfl Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbernirtfy Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi Sigmag Concert Band Q1, 255 Men's Glee Club Q45 Honors Day QI, 2, 35 A University of Illinofs Scholarship Key 94 RICHARD STEEAN LOPATA .... .... B erwyn- Commerce Markezing Chi Phi Marketing Clubg House President Q35 g Presi-- dent, Illini Veterans Wlorld War IIQ Alpha Delta Sigma Central Y.M.C.A. College, Wright Junior' College, Northwestern University MARY ANN LOTT ............ Downem Grove' Education Social Stualief Cagle Hall Lawrence College JEAN GERARIJ LOUVIER .......... Wood River- Engineering Metallurgy Assistant Editor, Technograph Q55 g A.I,M.E. 3, M.I.S.g A.S.M.g Rifle Team Q25 Honors Day Q25 LOETA ZOELLER LouvIER, QMRs.5..Gillerpie Commerce Accoaniancy Bethany Alpha Lambda Deltag Phi Chi Thetag Ac-- countancy Clubg Illini Union Committee Q1, 25 Honors Day QI, 35 ALICE ANN LOVEJOY ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hinary Pi Beta Phi The Illio Q15g Illini Union Committee Q2,. 3, 45 Honors Day Q35 Skidmore College MARILEE JUNE Lo u. ............ Peoria Liberal ' ts an Sciences P hol y Alph m , n PI The Ill I Q1, ' ni i Cou 1 Q353 Illini U '- mi tee Q1, 2, . .C.A. Cabinet Q3, 45 ROBERT ERNEST L0 ' ..Catblamet, Wada. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta Secretary-Treasurer, Sophomore Classg Y.M. C.A. Cabinet Q15 THOMAS EARL LUNAK ........ ..... C icefo Engineering Ceramic Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Varsity Baseball Squad Q25 g Letter Q25 DePauw University, Illinois State Normal University EDWARD EARL Lusn .......,.. .... F lam Agriculture Gfvzeml Sigma Nu Agricultural Clubg Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade HARRY CLARENCE Lissic ....... .... H wining A Agriculture . Gmeral 'fi Illico C- J L Intramural Managership 151 ffm QQ j3fvT.1t-failii Q I I JOHN W DON. .,... . Engineering Ciril Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa A.S.C.E. 13, 415 Interfraternity Executive Council GOAH ABE LYNCH ........... ...Milford 1 Agriculture Gwinn! Agricultural Club 12, 31 1, Q xi ,, S 1 A fig, I if N 5 Kim ex ,4 ic-wx - fir-fi-1 me N-'- - A JEROME CLEMENT LYONS ...,,. ..,El Paw . Agriculture General Honors Day 131 JU LUAN MA. , ..,. Kznwiifig, Ylllllldll, Chinn Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiml Efigizzreriug f Chinese Institute of Engineers I U N South-West Associated University I i - 1 1 I . MARJORHQ ANN MAss .......,...... Chu-nga Liberal Arts and Sciences Prjrbalagj Alpha Epsilon Phi William Woods Collegeg Carroll College WARREN EDXVARD MAAs ............. Chit-nga Liberal Arts and Sciences Zaology Wlieaton College 9 .H ,fl A I 'Wm X x" X l .s. av JOHN ROBERT MACAULEX' ........... Cbimgo Commerce lndlziwiril Mnzzagemerit Delta Sigma Phi Star and Scroll: House President 1415 Inter- fraternity Executive Council 151 University of Pennsylvania JOHN MACKRY ..... ,............. R or-Hurd Engineering Merlmriiral Engineerirzg Phi Sigma Kappa A.S.M.E.g Caisson Clubg Captain, University Brigade LORETA ANN MACKLIN. ..... . . .hlazvmqmi Commerce Afitvlllgfillflll Shawnee Honors Day 111 THOMAS ALVIN MADISON ......., Springhill Liberal Arts and Sciences General Cast, "Happy Journey" Honors Day 11, 21 I.uciLLi2 INGRID MAGNUSSON ........ Chimgo Physical Education Pbyfiral .E!flfFtIlf0ll Alpha House Mortar Boardg Torch: Alpha Sigma Nu: House President 1413 Illini Union Committee 1213 W.A.A. 11, 2, 5, Aug W.A.A. Num- erals 1215 Major I 131 Honors Day 12, 31 ANNA MINNIR MAHAFFEY ...... .... C armi Commerce Commercial Teaching Southern Illinois Normal University ROBISRT DALE MAHAN ...... ,..... K inmimdy Engineering Civil Erzgineefifzg Chi Epsilong A.S.C.E. Honors Day 131 ROBERT JOSEPH MAKARIUS, JR.. .Dayton Ohio Eine and Applied Arts Ari'bitei'l1.ff'al Defign Miami University 95 TROY MALLORY ......,...........,.. Server Division of Special Services flLiL'0lll1f!IlItij' Accountancy Club: Marketing Club Southern Illinois Normal Universityg Wasil- ington and jellerson College KENNARD JOSEPH MANCHESTER. Amer, Iowa Education Hirlory Men's Residence Hall Tabor junior Collegeg XVilliam Penn Col- lege ALICE WIEBIER MANUEL .............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacferiology Phi Sigma Sigma The lllio fl, 2, 55: junior Editor C533 The Daily Illini Q25 3 Pan-Hellenic Executive Coun- cil 15, 45 Honors Day ill EVILLYN MARIIE MANDO .............. Claimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Speerb Menomee Manor WILI. 13, Mg Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "The Male Animal", "Blithe Spirit"g Cast, "Alcestis" Mundelein College josLPH Riaizcgiz IVTANN ........ St. jorepb, Mo, Liberal Arts and Sciences CA7L'77IlJfV'-Q' Carson-Newman College PERRY james MANOS .,............. Cbimgo Physical Education Pbyriml ElI,llf!lfi07l Delta Phi Epsilon Phi Sigmag Dolphins fl, 215 Fresh- man Varsity Swimming Squadg Production Stari, "Anything Goes" Wnsmv MARcI-lux ......... journalism A6I'1'01'flJl71g Sachemg Alpha Delta Sigmag Illini Union Board 153g Illini Union Council f3Jg Illini Union Committee ill . .. .Argo CI-IARLM MARCUS ..........,....... Cbimgn Division of Special Services Commerce Phi Epsilon Pi University of Mississippi 96 si 2 V rr A Q X as r 'gill auf e A A 'F sv .M F W X a 1, Q55 X in Q, S Silt f '- it N yi. , 5? 4' . . , ,,., I I V A -If sw 2- Q' -s H., ' 'sir ' . I I at rg .,.it,.,..q:,:. t.,,. . . ,.r fl' r ' 'I rig I A I f 4 gf 1 J N rg az gm! ii si, 'Ju :ff I - r eaQb9ra?bsa IL, wii.lai.' "-- i P at tl 'K ,K W ' if I .i." .. X as Y' ' 'WT fgif f ' I ,D Irv X is 53 k It S , it I I . . if'-HU H f or if trigger ' J RN mir li jg' arf '1' ' T' if Wifi H --Q r r ,i -gf. : N' ..5'x":i.4 .:. :I n - L Q mr I ite Q r r . 5 fs' w M la C I -what ,r tg Ki Nfl" I - I ,IW Davin XVILLIAAI IVIARGULIES .... Newnrle, N. 1. Commerce ,Erofmnzirr Sigma Alpha Mu Pierrotsg Cast, "The Wlomenn University of Pennsylvania ROIHQRT PAUL MARGULIES .... Dnrwzpoi-1, Iorm Commerce Mrzrlaeting Sigma Alpha Mu Varsity Squad fllg Interfraternity Executive Council Honors Day Cl, 21 RosANNI5 JOY MARSCHAK. .. ...Claimgo journalism Editarilzl I Phi Sigma Sigma Theta Sigma Phig Daily Illini fl, 2, 3, 4Jg XV.A.A. Honors Day KZ, 31 University of Southern California CLARK ALBERT MARSH ...,.... ...Airmail Engineering Aeramzutiral Engineering Sigma Phi Delta University of Wisconsin JOHN MIXRSH .............. ..... B fllerille Engineering Mecbaniral Engineering Men's Residence Hall Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day Cl, 2, ilg University of Illinois Scholarship Key ELIZABETH Ross " - - L.,. ........ Joliet Liberal tts a Sciences B eff gy Fra ' ' n . - I li J n e 0 i LIHIOI' f' ROBERT XVILLARD - ALL..SbE?'1'ill, N. Y. Physical Education Playrifal Edllmlion Freshman Varsity Football Squaclg Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad .IIIARY Lou MARTIN ............ Sfrinie Mm-ie Liberal Arts and Sciences Enlomalagy Hexapoeciag House President C31 ALVARO .lVIARTINIEZ.Sri1l jute. Corn: Rim C. A. Engineering Civil Ezzgiueerilzg , Cosmopolitan Club A I A.s.c.E. A fm 'Qi Universidad de Costa Rica ROSALINE MARX .......,,.......... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology lvria Illini Union Committee 1273 XVomen's Glee Club flj 1 French Club fl, 23 PHILIP 1 MASIER, jr: .... rl ngineering 'hnzziml Erzginewrzig A.S.M.E.3 I ini Union Committee Q31 Bradley Institute of Technology XVILLIAM IVIASLOXY' ............,,... Chirfrga I Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbl'7I1i.flIQ' Herzl junior College PI-IILIP XVARD MASON ..... Silfer Spiiaigf, MJ. V Fine and Applied Arts A!'Cbil0ClIll'dl Engineerifzg Kappa Sigma Honors Day 431 I -lr, Ohio State University lf 3 WM jf .,,..,.,.,. 5 ' :A ELOON SPRAIIUE MA1'HIiXYf'S ........ ...Alma Engineering Illerbmziml Engineering The Illinois Technograph HJ g A.S,M,E. Shurtleff College FLORENCE INIADYNE IVIATHIS .......... Vivmri Agriculture Imlituliozz Ilflamzgemem Alpha Chi Omega University ot' Iowa LAMBERT JOHN MATHY. .......... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Men's Residence Hall Pershing Riflesg Alpha Phi Omega I-IQWAIID MA'rsoN ..,........,.., uyllllkfgllll Engineering rllwlaflizical Ellgfllffljflg Sigma Phi Sigma Pershing Riiiesg Scabbard and Bladeg A.S. M.E.g First Regimental Band ll, 2, 3, 4jg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade ROBERT MoRsE MA'I'soN .... .... I Vilmerre Commerce Al'r0ln1InnI'j' Lambda Chi Alpha Accountancy Club f4Jg Pierrots f2, 45: Star :Ind Scroll f2Jg The Illio C135 Production Staff, "lolanthe", "The Flying Gerardosu, "Out of the Frying Pan", "Rope's End", "The XVomen" University of Pennsylvania EDXVARIJ KIMIKALL MATIAESON... .... jaliez Engineering Gwlerrzl Chi Phi Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Production Stati, "Seventh Heaven", "Three Men on a Horse", "King Lear", "Beggar on Horseback", "Al- cestis" Joliet junior College ALVIN HIENRY MA'rz ....... .,.1Zi1'w'rir!e Commerce Markrling Lyons Township junior College SARAH DEIIORAH STOIIK IXIAURIZR ..... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology I-Ierzl junior College IXIADALYN MAXXVELL ..... .. .,N1IJbz'i!Ze Law Law Price Club Wfhitewortli College Pl-iYl.I.lS ANN IVIAXXVIZLL ........ Mr. Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Psi Omegag The Daily Illini fllg WILL Lintlenwood College jArIIis IVIAYS ,....,.. . ...... Ft. Tloamaf, Ky. Division of Special Services Ellginreriug Phi Delta Theta University of Cincinnatig Case School of Applied Science 97 VIRGINIA CLIRTIs McADoo, fMRS.l D0u'1Ier.r Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfychology Delta Gamma Illini Union Committee 151 Stephens College DAVID WESLEY MCBRIDE ......... Champaign Commerce Accountancy Phi Delta Theta Accountancy Clubg Alpha Kappa Psig Band of Xg Marketing Clubg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day Q33 Joi-IN THOMAS MCBRIDE ,........ Champaign Commerce Accountancy Phi Delta Theta Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Clubg Band of Xg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day fl, 25 WALTER KEITH MCCALL ............ Chimga Engineering Electrical Engineering A,I.E,E. XVright Junior College JANE MCCAMMON .........,....... Carlirle Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh McKinley Hall Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg French Clubg W.A.A.3 First Regimental Band 453 Honors Day tl, 25 ROBERT HULL MCCARTY, JR..Me-mphir, Tenn. Division of Special Services Architecture JOHN FORBES MCCLELLAN .......... Chimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Central Y College ARTI-IUR LEWIS MCCLISI-I ..... Quincy, Ailfm. Fine and Applied Arts Landrcape Arrhiiecmre Landscape Architecture Societyg Men's Glee Club 12, 359 University Chorus Q13 98 M N, 'Stir 5 . i. A . , 'lt ' I X T f i A gel' :ig yy . r his WP, , n 1 L ,puns- WILLIAM EDWARD McCoMMoNs ........ Flom Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Sigma Pi lnrerfraternity Executive Council f4Jg First Regimental Band tl, 213 Men's Glee Club t-U RosE MARIE MCCORMICK .....,....... Phila Liberal Arts and Sciences Spnnirh ALEXANDER EDVVIN MCCORNACK, JR...Elgin Engineering .Mechanical Erigineering Alpha Chi Rho A,S.M.E. JANET KLETT MCCOWAN .............. Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Buczerialogy Illini Hall Joliet Junior College DELBERT EAIzNEsT McCuLLEY ,.,.. Champaign Commerce Accomzlmzry Texas College of Mine and Metallurgyg Shrivenham American University ANNA JEAN MCD ' ............ Newman duca n ng h e U 1. Ga I ' B t The lio K- ' P 1-. ctio Staff, 'Twelfth Night " e - .rior ' u.-- ILA ROSE NICDONA . ............... Trivali Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychalagy 4-H House W.A.A.g NV.A. Numerals C515 Major Ig Illini Union Council f4Jg Illini Union Com- mittee C35 Cottey Junior College JOHN MIl.TON MCDOWELL, JR ..... Robinson Commerce Perramzel Management Tau Kappa Epsilon Pi Tau Signmg House President C41 ARNETT REED McFAnDEN...Dmfef1pm-1, Iowa Agriculture Animal Hlzrbnndry -JOHN McKAY ............... Dozwierr Grove Fine and Applied Arts IIIHIILVIVIIJ1 Derign Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescent: The Daily Illini U, 21 1 Gymnastica 42. 31 1 House President Q41 3 Interfraternity Executive Council 141 'CAR A IQLiEs MCKEMIE ..... n I l Arts and Science Zoology Alpha Xi Delta The lllio C113 The Daily Illini fl, 213 Illini Union Council 141: Illini Union Committee 13, 413 Cast, "Mirth of a Nation", "Any- thing Goes"g Production Stalf, "Arms and 'the Man", "Pride and Prejudice", "The Male Animal" 'CHARLOTTE MCKINNEY ...... .... I rerdfzle Education Pl?-j'.fiI'!Il Ed'llL't1lill1I Alpha Delta Pi MacMurray College JOAN GRACE MCKINNEY, . .Long Bivzrla, Cal. Education Englifh Evans Hall University of California at Los Angeles DONNA MAE MCLEAN ...,......... Hilli-Lam Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfyrhology The Mansion MacMurray College GENEX'A LYDIA McLEAN ..,.,........ Atlmmi Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Bethany Circle MacMurray College JEROME THOMAS IYICLEAN ........... Chicago Division of Special Services Ir1duIIrial Almiagerzzezzl Phi Kappa A.S,C.E.g House President G1 3 Interfra- ternity Executive Council C21 'ix RICHARD CUMMINGS MCLEAN ..... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Poliriml Science Alpha Sigma Phi CARMIETA ANN MCLEOD .,.......... Emnrlorz Liberal Arts and Sciences Spnzlirh Delta Delta Delta The lllio fl, 21 1 Production Stall, "Pride and Prejudice", "Arms and the Man" GLORIA LOUISE McRAE .,.......... Emmton Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic! Kappa Kappa Gamma Accountancy Clubg Illini Union Committee C213 Production Staff, "Mirth of a Nation" Honors Day Q31 FRANK HENRY MEALIEE ............. Mendon Agriculture General Agfirizliure Nabor House Agricultural Clubg Rural Life Club JOHN MEE ......,......... .... P em Commerce Marleeling Men's Residence Hall Marketing Clubg Banking Club Oglesby Junior College XVILLIAM FRANCIS MEEI-ILING ....... Marrlmll Law Pre-Law Sigma Pi Scabbard and Bladeg Accounting Club Honors Day Q11 JANE DONELDA MEIQK ...., . ..,...... Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Cagle Hall Quincy College IVIARIONI IRXIX Mrrkiiz Champaign Commerce Pe: maine! Zllmzagemmt 99 TI-IELMA JEAN MIELOI-IN ..... . .... Philo Education Hirtory SAMUEL MENoELowITz ..... Brooklyn, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Tau Delta Phi Omega Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day OJ SUSAN MENKIN ..,..... . ........ . . Liberal Arts and Sciences Bzzclefiolagy Busey Hall Honors Day 11, 2 ,SJ Northwestern University WILLIAM HENRY MERKLE. .... Wilmezze Commerce AICHIIIIIKHICQI Delta Kappa Epsilon The Daily Illini fl, 2Jg Blackhawk Troop C21 g Varsity Polo Squad CZ, 33 Randolph-Macon College DONALD METZGER ........,. . Education Hirlory Eastern Illinois State Teachers ELOISE ROBERTA METZGER, ..... .. Education Spnnirb McKinley Hall Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg Board of Managers Q23 Honors Day QI, 3J ELOISE MAE MIEYIZR ......... Frmwaad, N. j. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Delta Delta Delta Illini Union Committee C35 Dickinson College DELMIER RAY MEYIERS ........... ....Freepm-1 Physical Education Pbyrirfzl Edllcatiazz Sigma Pi Freshman Varsity Football Squad University of Notre Dame 100 F s 3 wg? if e Q iv A- A -f , t. 'W x. 5 "f:i'i?:fr:2 . V .M.,.t::-. ., ,.. ,E are ii.-A 'K ew . i it" C3147-Mx. we-'e .mr . ,,, , .. li" -f?1ilff.iii '- ' I 'f I ,V iii. , ,. , I ,srgfg lssrgga ..,. r- - figs-rsiiilff it I "ir Rt I .I I ic le s.., ,.... .. v L . . I ' Ya. rifle I A ' if ,- ' ...,. ig? Q ,areal tri- at 1 p I I , 1 .V azz - K K F K - 3 I , ,xy 'Z bearer: .air Q. , mart-:2Q',f lllfi it i.i PRN is josrpi-I LANE MIDDLETON ....... Flow, Min. Engineering Sunilary Ezzgineeriflg A.S.C.E. Mississippi State College JEROL ELAINE MIEssLER ............. Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Englixla Stradford House Morgan Park junior College ALFRED ALAN MILLER ............ Villa Pmla Commerce Pefmnnel Ilflamzgenzenr Ruste Armes Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psig House President QU Honors Day Q11 ARNOLD MILLER ................,.. Cbimgo Commerce Marlaeling Pi Lambda Phi Marketing Club HAROLD VERNON MILLER ............. Loamz Commerce Permnnel Mmmgemezzf Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psig Marketing Club - Honors Day fl, 2, 35: University of Illinois Scholarship Key SALLY Lou MILLIS... ...... Spf-ingheld Ed ation E irb Delta G The Dail Illini jg s se P esident 1431 Illini Un - rn - C, Ll: ' - iction Start, "Bare es Towers", ' uest in the House" The Pri ' ' WALTER HARRY MILST ......... Chicago Division of Special Services Pi Lambda Phi Pershing Riflesg Green Friarsg XVhite Horse Troop VIRGINIA MILTON ..........,....... Anmm Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrlrology Evans Hall The Illio f3JQ Illini Union Committee Ml North Central College JAMES CLEVELAND MrNoiziz.,..j1zrk.fon, Aim. Engineering Illerbfzrziml Efigillfflkillg Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E. Mississippi State College Arrcn Loizisn MISIEGADIES ............., Alma Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbenzirlry Busey Hall Student Senate UD 3 Iota Sigma Pig The Illfo 12, 353 Illini Union Committee 121 Honors Day fl, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key Lindenwood College Joi-IN ..... , ..... ommerce fomzmmey Sigma Pi Alpha Kappa Psi: Accountancy Clubg Markel- ing Clubg House President GJ JAMES Fnruuss Mom ......,,.....,... Ogdtffi Division of Special Services Joliet Junior College: University of Wfis- consin JAMES I-Iifxnrzix IVIONIEY ......... .,.. P fn-ir Engineering fllerbrllziml Ezzgilleeririg Theta Delta Chi A.S.M.E. MARY Ei.izArui'rH Moxomz .......... Ymt-fflff Liberal Arts and Sciences Lnlizz Leeman Lodge Alpha Lambda Deltag Eta Sigma Phig Illini Union Committee ill Honors Day Cl. 31 Lois Ru'rH Moxnon ......... ...Rmlilftf Agriculture Home Ecmzonziar Gamma House Home Economics Clubg Rural Life Club BARBARA SUSANNI: Moouv, .... .....Drfmmr Liberal Arts and Sciences Dirifion of G1E'71C'!'lIl Slmlirar Beta Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag Ys7.G.S. Exe.u- tive Council Q5, 45 Honors Day 11, 21 c 7? 4 ' S, iisi ,gov L,.. , xiii! 9'5" ' Air X , 5 ,1 gl ,pc it 3 F 52 gi t ,K s V. fax, ,vi .,.r. is I .,, 1 J . . H? if-,t r ,g ' ' if 4 r ' ' kZ1tii w .!5if , ' ii I J ' 1 Z -A 'AQ -in 3 , - V, ..i. , l Mft if I i FRED MOORE, JR. .......... ,... A umm Commerce Arrofmliug Alpha Chi Rho Phi Eta Sigmag Varsity Cheer Leader fl, 2, 355 Head Cheer Leader 12, 3JQ Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigade Honors Day HJ Esruna FAYLENE Morcroan .... ..... S 6flf0lI Agriculture Home .Erozzomirr XVescoga Monmouth College RUTH MORGAN ....,,............ SOI7I0llIIIlk Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfmaibb Cagle Hall Honors Day f3J Northern Illinois State Teachers College Dreamers MORGIQNSTEIN .,.... .... C bingo Commerce Marketing Emon Kai Teon Club Intramural Manager Q21 g House President 151 3 Production Staff, "Barchester Towersug Marketing Club JOHN Davin Monrusny .............,, Jolie! Liberal Arts and Sciences Emnomicr Sigma Nu Joliet Junior College W1i.1.iAar EDXVARD MoscHisLr....EIwa0d, 11111. Liberal Arts and Sciences Polilicnl Science Phi Delta Theta XVabash College Romirrr ADAIR IYIOULTHROP. .Kfnzmr Cify, Ala. Engineering Mecbmiinll Iirzgilrecriflg A.S.M.E. Kansas State Collegeg California Institute of Technology Hrariix Louisiz Movifas ...... .... S yrrwzore Agriculture Hofpilal Dieleiirr Presbyterian Hall Home Economics Club IOI WILLIARI CHARLES MUCHOXV...D6711'67',. Cola. Fine and Applied Arts A1'f1JIl6ClIl!'E Chi Psi Gargoyle: First Regimental Band Honors Day 11, 2, 51: University of Illinois Scholarship Key University of Notre Dame BERNICIE MARGARIZTHE MUELLER .... lV.f11ei-Ina Agriculture Home Ecanomirr Achaea Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Economics Clubg House President 131 3 Honors Day 121 ROBERT LoUIs MUELLER .... .... P eoria Commerce Manngemenz Phi Gamma Delta Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Senior Intramural Managerg Band of X3 Freshman Varsity Golf Squadg Intramural Manager 12, 315 Second Lieutenant, University Brigadeg Marketing Club: Men's League 111 Honors Day 111 ROBERTA NADINE MULLIKEN .....,... U1-bmm Fine and Applied Arts Piano Sigma Alpha Iota, Women's Glee Club 141 g WILL 11, 2, 3, 41 Honors Day 12, 51 JEANNE ELIZABETH MIIRPHX' .,.,,... Claimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Terrapin Wriglit junior College JOSEPH FRANCIS MURPHY ..,.,....... Peoria Engineering Ilflefbnzzical .Eflgirzeering Kappa Delta Rho Star and Scrollg A.S.M.E. PATRICIA ANN MURPHY ...... ...Dundee Commerce Arrazmianry Evans Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Student Senate 131: Illini Union Council 121g Illini Union Com- mittee 1l, Z, 3, 41, Marketing Club, Ac- countancy Clubg Spanish Club Honors Day 111 MARILYN ESTIZLLIZ MURRAY ..... .... B zzckley Journalism Radio Kappa Delta Torch, Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini 121: W.A.A. 1313 W.A.A. Numetalsg Illini Union Committee 121 3 WILL 121 102 75, L 4 ax c we La I 1 X sq , a 'T 3 Ali 1 . Q - , egg WILLIAM PERRY MYERS ........... Haoperlon Engineering Mechanical Engirzeering Pi Tau Sigmag Tau Beta Pi Honors Day 11, 2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key WALTER EDWIARD MYLES ..... .... C bimgo Engineering rllecharzirril Engineering A.S.M.E, Honors Day 131 Schurz junior College EUGENE THOMAS NA'rALE...Raclaerte1', N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtfy Rochester Institute of Technology: Uni- versity of Rochester EILEEN NEADELL . .. ...... .. . . , .... Clairago Liberal Arts and Sciences Humanitiei' Beau Chateau Senior Manager, Theater Guild, Mask and Baubleg Arepog House President 1113 Pro- duction Statf, "Twelfth Night", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth", "King Lear", "The Alcestis of Euripides" THoMAs DARLIODY NEAL. . .Indinmzpolig Ind. Division of Special Services Bzuinerr Adminirtralion University of Notre Dame, Indiana State Teachers College JOAN NEFF ...... .............. C bingo Liberal rts .. d Sciences Hirto I Pri- Hono Da 2, ' Uni sity I Illinois Schol hip K Culve . n College CONSTANCE LUcrL A ' .soN .,.. Salina, Kan. Commerce Nlfrrkeling Brentwood Manor Illini Union Committee 12, 313 Marketing Club 13, 41 5 Accountancy Club 13, 41 University of Kansas JANE ANN NELSON ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences .Englirla Evans Hall Beloit College Ri'rA STILES NELSON .......,........ Urbaim Fine and Applied Arts Murir Sigma Alpha Iota, Arepo: University Chorus 12, 5, 43, XVJILL KZ, 3, 45g Cast, "I-I.M.S. Pinafore", "The Sorcerer" Shurtleff College WILLIAM EUGENE NELSON ....,, Rock lrlrmd Engineering ll'IE'flJl17Iit'!Il Engiiieerifig Chi Psi Freshman Varsity Football Squad, House President C41 Northwestern University Van :NE NETHERTON. .. IH Engineering erarzaulifzzl Engineerin Beta Theta Pi Phi Eta Sigmag Institute of Aeronautical Sci- ences Honors Day IZ, 57 Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanical Col- lege Jovan JEANETTE NEUBAUER ......... Hinckley Liberal Arts and Sciences Brzrlifriology McKinley Hall House President HJ 3 XV.G.S. Executive Council Q-H Honors Day Q25 Hrruamu' JOHN NEUMAYER ..,..... Waukegan Agriculture Nzzirifian and Dietetic: FREDRICA KARBER NEVILLE ..... ...,. U rbamz Agriculture Harrie Ecormmivr Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Lambda Delta, The Illio 121 3 W.A.A. 125, Production Staff, "Goodbye Again", "Claudia", "Pride and Prejudice", "Bar- chester Towers", "Twelfth Night"g Home Economics Club C15 Honors Day fl, 35 Hoxvruin IXIIEVILLE .......... ..... U rbmm Commerce Mnreefifzg Phi Delta Theta Student Senate 121 g Freshman Council g Sopho- more Class President, Chairman, Sophomore Cotillion Honors Day Q51 ELVA JACQUELINI2 NEWMAN. ., ,.. .Demlnf Commerce Marketing Petite Maison The Daily Illini fl, 21 Millikin University i l i 4 l .-.e' ' l - iz" 'Q rs ii . Qi. S'rANLrsY FISCHEL NEW'MAN .,....... Chimgn Engineering A?7'0Fl!IllliL'lIl Engimferizig Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma, Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad Honors Day tl, 25 University of Tennesseeg Illinois Institute of Technology HERBERT LEONARD NEXVMARK, .Ta-enton, N. J. Engineering Civil Erzgineering Phi Epsilon Pi Chi Epsilon, Sigma Taug Phi Eta Sigmag A,S.C.E.g Technograph fl, 23, Editor 1355 House President 42, 35 1 Illini Board of Con- trol QZ, 3, 45, Hillel Senior Council KZ, SJ Honors Day 115 CHARLES DEAN NEXVMAN, JR.. .Sim fare, Cul. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha A.I.Ch.E. University of California EDSON CARL NEWQUIST ...,.......... Mnline Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Derign Zeta Psi Illustrators, Illio 12, 3, 41g Cast, "Mirth of a Nation" Honors Day tl, lb BARBARA ANNE NICKLAUS ..... ..... C bimgo journalism Editorial Alpha Phi Kappa Tau Alpha, Theta Sigma Phi: Mask and Bauble: Arepo: The Daily Illini f2, 3, 431 Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Three Men on a Horse", "Beg-ggar on Horse- back", "King Lear", and "Blithe Spiritn Honors Day 12, 3? Carleton College CHARLES XVILLIAM NIKON .,...... Cm-linville Liberal Arts and Sciences Znolagy Cast, "Beggar on Horseback", "Alcestis" Honors Day ISD: University of Illinois Scholarship Key ANNE NOBLE .................. Clmmfmign Liberal Arts and Sciences Diririmz of General Smdiiar Kappa Alpha Theta Torchg Shi-Aig Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta: Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet 13, 41, Illini Union Committee C515 Illini Board of Control 13, 415 Production Staff, "Twelfth Night", "XVarrior's Husband", "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore" Honors Day tl, 2, 51 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key VVAYNE E. NOHRIEN. ,.,...,. ..... L ongrfiew Commerce AL'Li0lllIfillg Tara Hall Alpha Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Blade: House President Q53 g First Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Dav fl! 103 BETTY NOREEN NORRRRG... ..,.. Roukjwd journalism Al,7'6'7'fi.l'if7AQ Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Delta: Y.NY!.C.A. Cabinet QS, 41 g WILL Q11 1Y.XV.C.A. Doll Show Chair- man, 19453 Theta Sigma Phig The Techno- graph GJ Honors Day i3Dg University of Illinois Scholarship Key PAUi.l'rA NOR'fH .............,..... El Perm Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Presbyterian Hall Illini Union Committee C31 MARX' KAY NORTHAN.. ...... .... C hirfzgn Journalism Ezfitorial Gamma Phi Beta The Daily Illini ll, 2, 551 Illini Union Com- mittee 115 EDWARD Novaii, ja .,..,...,........ Chit-ago see., L ' Division ol' Special Services C0lIllI1Fl'L'E' Delta Phi DONALD R. O'BRIIEN .... .... Ofmzlm, Nab. Engineering Merbnniml Engimfering Theta Xi Interfraternity Executive Council: First Regi- mental Band University of Omaha From ANN OFITNFR .......... .,.. Z ion Physical Education Pbyriml Erfnmfiwi Beta House Alpha Sigma Nug NV.A.A.g XV.A.A. Numer- alsg Major Ig XVomen's Glee Club Q23 Honors Day IZ, 35 Davin HIZNRX' OFITNIER ....... .. .... Zion Engineering Aiecbfrzzimzl Ezzgiliewiffg Pi Tau Sigma: Pershing Rifles: A.S.M.E. Honors Day fl, EJ Jaarus ARMs'rmn OGDIEN ......... .. .oflllj Engineering Pelralczzm P1'0dlIL'If07l Phi Delta Theta A.S.M.E.: The Technograph CZ, 533 Illini Veterans 12, 33 Kansas State Teachers College 104 DELMAR JOHN OHREN ...... . .... Pombwzmif Agriculture Dairy Terlmalogy Alpha Gamma Rho Dairy Technology Club Gustavus-Adolphus College LORAINE PEARL O'KEEFE ........ ..... P elain- Education Speecb mzzl English Theta Alpha Phig Kappa Delta Epsilong Kappa Delta Pig Pi Kappa Deltag Sigma Tau Delta Illinois State Normal University Rrra MARIE OLDHAM ......,.... Granite Cizy Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech XVelsh House Illini Union Committeeg Production Staff, "Pride and Prejudice", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our Teeth" Crane Mamie Oi.soN. ..., .... H igbland Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology XVelsh House Vice President junior Classg Illini Union Council 1111 Illini Union Committee Gig Gamma Delta ELMIER JUNIOR OLsoN .,.......... Hooperron Agriculture General Agricullure Farm House Alpha Zetag Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day CZ, 31 Rum' ELIEANOR O1.soN ............... Alf01I!I Agri . u Home canon' .f Bethany ' e House Pr ten jg ' a Eco mics lubg Phi Upsil i Omic - HOXVARD PETER ORLI2 xii.. ....... Chicago Engin . ' L 1lIeclmniral Engineering A.S.M.E.g Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squad Maine junior College JIEANNIZ Ai.1c12 Os'rBY ...,.... ...Brookfield Education Englirb Alpha Xi Delta Daily Illini Q15 g German Club Honors Day C11 JOHN XVILLIAM Osramr ..... ...Alma-.ff Commerce flfL'0lH1lfHIl'Q' Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Gamma Sigma, The Daily Illini ll, Bl 1 Business Manager: Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Alpha Psi: Accountancy Club: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day ll, 2, 37: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Mantra Armies Osrnom. ,..,... .... P rim-erille Liberal Arts and Sciences l3:1r'ter'inIogy McKinley Hall Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet IS, ell, Production Stall, "The Male Animal" JOHN ' 'r'ro ,........... I J Engineering GHIIUIYII ,EIl,Qfi1t't'7'i1lg Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.C.E. Springtield Junior College Maxmr OURADA .......... , .... Snrfrrmr Education Hialury Alpha Xi Delta The Illio HJ Bia'r'rY Jizax Oxvrix .............. Chmzrpaigrr Physical Education Pbyrirnl E!flll'tIli0lI Alpha Omicron Pi Physical Education Majors Clubg The Illio UP BETTY JEAN Pacrz. ................ Elmbmnfl Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbe'mi,r1v'y Delta Delta Delta Elmhurst College HAROLD S'raN'roN Paooon .... . , .Cbimga Commerce illmvtrlfllg Sigma Alpha Mu Marketing Club ELLIQNORE BLANCHIQ PAGAL7 ...... . . . .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfwech Evans Hall Production Staff, "The Skin of Our Teeth", "Beggar on Horseback", "King Lear", "Al- cestis", "Three Men on a Horse" g A Cappella Choir DePauw University i l z s Q 1? Q4 rf A 5 f as f . .. A Q' 4 " cesessx , .X my rg E M552 , .2 ,f R it Z sg! at as ..e,as,.c, ,L ru: at Q Q , at ' X 'T' n ,. , tt gs, A t ww s t r S wer, ,fr 5 s 4 . r ai -1 Nast dr if CATHERINE CELIA PALECEK. . . . . ..Collimr'il1e Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Sludier Shawnee Mortar Boardg Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: President, XV.G.S. 1453 Student Senate LZ, M: President, Sophomore Class: Chairman, Janior Promg Chairman, Sophomore Cotilliong Chairman, Independent Informal l5l.: Wf.G.S. Executive Council 15, 4l g Illini Union Coun- ril l3l: Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 353 Star Course, Board of Managers Q21 3 Phi Beta KUPPH . . , . Honors Day fl, 2, 3lg University of Illinois Scholarship Key Joins IVIARSHALI, PALM ..... ...,.. I Corkforrl Engineering Generrzl Engifzeerifzg Phi Delta Theta Freshman Varsity Golf Squad: Varsity Golf Squad fl, 21 JOHN Rirssiiu. PALINI ......... ...Rnrklowl Engineering Gf71L'7'LlI Erlgimfering Phi Delta Theta Freshman Varsity Golf Squad: Varsity Golf Squad tl, 21 Ilonors Day tl, 21 Wu.1.1AM RILEY PAMPE .......... Pm-kerrbnrg Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Phi Eta Sigma, Pershing Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade Honors Day Q15 JOHN IXIICI-IAIZL PANEL: .....,... Perry, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences History Iireshman Varsity Football Squad University of Texas ALVIN Loruzx PARK ......,...,...... Bnjrrlo Liberal Arts and Sciences El'lH10I7liLi.li Alpha Kappa Lambda Sachemg Pierrotsg The Illio 121, The Daily Illini OJ, House President 433 3 Interfra- ternity Executive Council 13, 41 g Illini Union Board UD Q Cast, "Love Rides the Rails" Honors Day fl, 2, 37g University nt' Illinois Scholarship Key University of XVisconsin JEAN ANN PARK ...,,...,.. ....... 1 llarzoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrhalogy Chi Omega Stephens College Lois PA'rRIcH ............. . .... Cbimga Journalism Ellifgfitll Fralcer House Mundelein College 105 ROBERT KARL PATTISON ...., Arbfabnla. Olaia Engineering Civil Engi12ee1'i71,q A.S.C.E. Baldwinvwallace Collegeg Ohio State Uni- versityg Montana School of Mines EDNA BETTY PATTON ........ Chicago Heigbfr journalism Adifertirilzg Bethany House Illini Union Committee 12, 3, 45 Central Y.M.C,A, College CHARLES HAROLD PAUL ......... Ware:-loo, la. Commerce ACf0Il7IldlIfj' Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club University of Pennsylvania ELSA MILDRED PAUL ........ Bridgelan, N. J. Education .Englirb Hoste House Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day L11 MALVIN BERNARD PAUL ...l.. .... C laimga Commerce Markeling Alpha Epsilon Pi DOROTHY MARLYN STANHOPE PEARcE. .Dupri Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Gamma Phi Beta The Illio fl, 21 MARVIN PEARCE, JR ..... ...........,.. D apo Division of Special Services Burinefr Adminirlratiofz Psi Upsilon Pershing Riflesg Illini Union Committee 11, 215 Men's League fl, 21 ROBERT HOMIER PEARsON ......... Hamewaod Engineering Meclaaniral Engineering Theta Xi A.S.M.E. g Ice Hockey 12, 33 106 'QQ' ,, 1 Hr 2 DONALD DEAN PEASLEY ...... ..... L omax journalism Editorial Sachemg Tomzrhawkg Daily Illini M15 Dol- phins PiIYLLIs PEcIc ............ Lar Angela, Cal. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Harmony House Northwestern University WILLIAM PELLETIER .......,....., Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Erzgilzeering Minawa Lodge Phi Eta Sigmag WILL Q33 Honors Day Cl, 2, 353 University of Illinois Scholarship Key STERRA ROSALYN PENNER. .Yaangfrowm Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau University of Wisconsin GEORGE HAROLD PERDIX ......... Iackionifille Division of Special Services Mallaematiu Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Zetag Star and Scrollg The Illio C15 Honors Day fl, 21 Purdue University CLYDE MATTHEW P ' , n Sl. lair Shafer, Mich, ' cati er Phi I lta T Tribe 0 ' A .. , V' ' Ootball Squad LZ, 3 MARGIE ANN PERKI. ........,.. Chit-ago Commerce Perrannel Management Alpha Chi Omega Shi-Aig The Illio fl, 23: President, Pan- Hellenic Executive Councilg Illini Union Boardg W.A.A. fl, 2, 3, 41g Production Staff, "Claudia", -"Warrior's Husband", "Barchester Towers" RICHARD LYNN PERKINS ........ Racine, Wir. Commerce Marketing ana' Management Alpha Chi Rho Marketing Club LOYD WAYNE PERRY ....,.......... Danville Education Imlurlrial Ezlncnliofz Varsity Baseball Squad 12, 31 g Letter 131 LOUISE EVIELYN PETERS ........ ..... Z ion Physical Education Pbyrinzl ELIIZIYIIIOII Beta House Alpha Pi Deltag Physical Education Majors Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A, Numeralsg Major I NAOMI 1 s ................. rts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Xi elta Shi-Ai: Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 51 FRANK LINIJELL PETERSON .... Highland Park Engineering Elerlrifal Engizzeering Sigma Chi JACK DOUGLAS PETERSON .......... Rorkford Engineering Cenwzif Engirieering Minawa Lodge Keramosg Alpha Phi Omegag Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 131 GUY OLANIJ PETTY ............ Lawrenceville Agriculture General Wenatcllee House Chairman, Sophomore Cotilliong M.I.W.A. Executive Council 12, 41 University of North Dakotag Biarritz Amer- ican University JOHN RICHARD PFEFFER .......,.... Lelmfmn Division of Special Services Eronomirf Phi Delta Theta Interfraternity Executive Council 1315 Ac- countancy Club 131 Washington Universityg McKendree Col- legeg Arkansas Agriculture and Mechanics Coilegeg Colorado College ROBERT WALTER PFEIEIIER ......,.... Chit-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Sigma Pi Skull and Crescentg The Daily Illini 12, 31 1 House President 121g Interfraternity Execu- tive Council 121 3 Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 315 Cast, "Barchester Towers" xx , ,N 5 i .ga ' .., l at-w,.:.,r, , ,SAV " rv I le tv aaa? f . If H6 .Ig mg 'A if at W A Q fx 'Rat tt 4 I c 1 X MARILYN JEAN PFLAUM ........... Algonquin Liberal Arts and Sciences .Euglirlo Illini Hall MacMurray College EUGENE PHEIFFER .,...........,. Monmamb Commerce Banking and Fimwce Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Princeton University PAULINE PHILIPPI .......... .... C may Commerce 1'lL'l'0llI1l!l71fJ' Trelawney Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Chi Thetag Ac- countancy Club Honors Day 12, 31 ANDREW PHILLIP .............. G:-,mile City Physical Education Phyriral Edzzraziarz Delta Tau Delta Ma-Wan'Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescent: Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Varsity Basketball Squad 11, 2, 3, 41, Letter 12, 3, 41g Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Squad 11, 2, 3, 41, Letter 12, 5, 41 FRANCES PHILLIPS ............. Green Valley Liberal Arts and Sciences AKIHIIJBIIIIZUFJ Evans Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini 11, 21 Honors Day 11, 21 JOHN DANIEL PHILLIPS .,...... Green Valley Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Club 131 g Hoof and Horn Club: House President 1315 First Regimental Band 11, 2, 3, 41 IMOGENE Lou PHIPPS ........ Burhnell, Neb. Commerce Perronnel Mafmgemenl Delta Delta Delta Illini Union Committee 121 HARRY PICKNIELL ..,............... Demmr Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirla Alpha Chi Rho The Daily Illini 111 DePauw University 107 . , , IAIICHAEI, JULIAN PIETRZAK ,....,., R11-cm r Commerce Mmmgrnzenl Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade BERT PIGGOTT .................... Himfffrlr Physical Education Afbletic Coaching Kappa Alpha Psi Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad fl, 2, 35: Letter Q35 DANIEL EDWARD PIKE ........ Deli-oil, Mick. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiml Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A.I.Ch.E. University of Detroit MARY LOU PIKE ........... ......... A mom Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma Illini Union Board 145, Illini Union Coun- cil 145, Illini Union Committee 13, 45 Stephens College joYt.E lvl.-XRGARIET PINALILT. .S1. Cloud, Minn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Prjfbology Delta Delta Delta Stephens College CONSTANCE PISHOS ...,.........,..., Argo Liberal Arts and Sciences Efzglirla W'ahina Northwestern University FRANCES MAE PLAGGE ............ Bfzrriuglwr Commerce Commercial Teaching Bethany Circle University Chorus 12, 355 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Male Animal", "Claudia"g Account- ancy Club I45 Honors Day fl, 35 I..AX'i'RENCE VUAYNE PLEASANT ...,..., illfrlmwz Division of Special Services jfIl11'77!ZliJI?1 L7niversity of Minnesotag Eastern Illinois State Collegeg Dickinson State College 108 m i X ea 2 'E' v R is RX. L. Egg iw . L, K ' I .,,, New 'ft ii i' ' it W f tfgtfif ai 'f f if .,,, ,--- 1 ra if .Ee K, , if gekcaat s 4' ,. - mga 'sta ., If'g:. Pz 1zi5rs -wffsiwefez-. f A 5:35223 , f'gii.i1'. - ill' . ,g t , ,,,I . , . lift ,Q ss' A f c ROBERT PODIE LL .............. , .... Chimga Fine and Applied Arts Izldirtlrial Decrigrl Chicago Art Institute GEORGE POI-IN ............. .... D fznrille Commerce Arcafmtfmcy Men's Residence Hall Phi Eta Sigmag Accountancy Club Cl, 2, 3, -15g Marketing Club 1255 The Illio Cl, 253 Production Staff, "Kiss The Boys Goodbye" "Iolanthe", "Love Rides the Rail", "Out of the Frying Pan" Honors Day C15 PIILII. Rolsram' Porraas ...,... .. .Rockford Commerce AFLC0IIlIflIlIL'j' Accountancy Club H55 Marketing Club G5 Blackburn College ROBERTA MAKLER POLK ............. Chzmgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtary Sigma Delta Tau Torchg Shi-Aig Freshman Councilg The Illio fi, 2, 35 I-Ionors Day 135 BETTY PAULINE POLLARD ...,........ Lfrbafm Liberal Arts and Sciences Prpchology i Louis KfiI.I.MAN H L. ..........., Chicago ngine ing Elerlr I ' frleer' -. Ta psi - Phi Eta I pa N ' -- ong Co ert Band 1153 A ' imental Band , 55 SHIRLEY THIZLINIIA . PER .......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfycbology Lowry Lodge The Daily Illini C153 W.G,S. Councilg Star Course, Board of Managers Room ALLEN POOLE .......... Cbn171Zb6?'J'bIH'g Liberal Arts and Sciences Mutbefmzlirr Flagg House Honors Day Q25 Wfestern Illinois State Teachers College jeux POPPI-,I.Rlil'l'ER ........... . . .lVlwa1f fi Physical Education Phyrinzl Ezlnmlimr Pi Kappa Phi House President 145: Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squad Doxaro Poiviea ...........,... Clmmpaigu Commerce ilflmnigiffzrerrt Alpha Sigma Phi St, Ambrose College Hiaxm osxiiii ...... Kffrbw . of Special Services flrmznzlaurg Sigma Alpha Mu Marketing: Club: Intramural Manager Ill' l-louse President HJ Honors Day tl I Haan-v joan.-is Posi' .........,.... rfbfiaqf, Liberal Arts and Sciences CbL'lI1iJlI'-Q' Tau Epsilon Phi 1 Omega Beta Pi Kjuaiuis Kiiuraxiz Paifsrox, -la. .... f.lij,,,g,, Commerce .llzH11lgL'l7lL'lll Alpha Delia Phi Phi Eta Sigma: Director, Department ol Pub- lic Relations, Illini Union 1-U 3 Student Senate I-Il 1 Homecoming Chairman I-ll 3 Illini Union Board f-ll 1 Illini Union Council 43, 43 Honors Day 11. 53 Northwestern Universityg Princeton Uni- versity Riziifccga Daxx sox PR1rL15,, ..... ..... C flviiniafr Fine and Applied Arts C1m1111i'r'cif1l flrf Alpha Kappa Alpha House President My Illinois Institute of Technology ROISIERTA Prmc HARD .....,.. ,... 1 Ilrryrfwrf Agriculture lrlrlilffliuilal Alrrllrlgwllwrl Evans Hall The Illio til: House President 1531 Illini Union Council 1213 Illini Union Committee tl, Z. Sig Home Economics Club Vurioai.-i Piionax .,....,....... ,.,f-Iniw-.4 Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfycbolagy Corinna Alpha Lambda Delta: Psi Chi Honors Day ll, 21 liuaxia ALMA PUQKETT .............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Abbott House Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet Wfilherforce University Bisrrv .lami QUEEN ......... ..., 6 Qnba Agriculture Home Erofmmicr Bethany Circle Home Economics Club fl, Z, 3, 41 Viauixia RUTH Raiuts. ............. Clair-nga Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacleriology Lowry Lodge Illini Union Committeeg The Illio ill 3 Cast, "Mirth of a Nation" Honors Day fl. 21 Iloxi-vin l.I:XVIS Rauuio ...,....,.. K6IllI1l"1l'fb Division of Special Services Hi.rIw'j Phi Gamma Delta Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Freshman Varsity Ice Hockey Squad University of Notre Dame Rosiimam' Ri"1'H Rai-ix ............... lhfklu Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfkllliab Evans Hall Student Senate 15, -U 1 Vice-President, Sopho- more Class: Sigma Delta Pi: Chairman, Sophomore Cotilliong Chairman, University Audit and Dance Committee ii. -il: Uni- versity Chorus ill Honors Day i5l Douoruv Raixs ............. ll"Yt',i'l l'muHw'l Education Mzzric Busey Hall XVomen's Glee Club KS, -il Southern Illinois Normal University jorix Rai,s'1'ox, ja ....,...... ilim,-rw. Tex. Division of Special Services rllrcbzrrliral Erzgirlwring A.S.lNrl.E. Wfeher College Cfuaaiizs Buirrox Rasiizxoifsxv ....., l.,rS11l!e Commerce ,llnmzgiwlwlf Zeta Beta Tau l.aSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior College I O9 CfHArzLo'rTE KRASNIE RAMENOFSKY ,... LuSrillf Liberal Arts and Sciences Hi,fffIf'1' Sigma Delta Tau Mortar Boaerdg Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Shi-Ai: The Ill-io 12, 35, Editor 1451 The Daily Il-lini C115 Chairman, Career Con- ferenceg Pan-Hellenic Executive Council 147: Phi Beta Kappag Student Senate Q45 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key DOROTHY ANN RAMSIZYER .,.,.. Bloominglon Liberal Arts and Sciences French Kappa Kappa Gamma The Daily Illini C21 g Production, "Alcestis", "Beggar on Horseback", "King Lear" Illinois Wesleyan University: Chicago Art Institute WILLIAM ABBOTT RANDOLPH ........ Cbimga Engineering Civil Ellgil7?E'l'j7IAig lllinigo Alpha Phi Omegag A.S.C.E.g Dolphins: Freshman Varsity Swimming Squadg Varsity Swimming Squad C41 University of Cincinnati l.01.A NAD1NE RANSOM .....,,..... Prinrennz Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbalogy Delta Zeta Shi-Ai g The Daily Illini ll, 2, 33 Honors Day fi. 21 GRHCHEN RAUBE .,............... Chimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Gernnm Busey Hall GWENDOLYN BENNETT RAY .......... Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Mzuir Delta Sigma Theta House President Q17 Wfilson Junior College VVILLIAM SAMUEL RAY. ., ...... . ... .Uv-bam: Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirrory RICHARD LAVERNE RAYMOND. ........ Ufbmm Liberal Arts and Sciences Bnrleriology 110 IVIARIIE Rimciz ...................., Cbimga V Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Cagle Hall Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" VIAMFS LOUISVREAVY .......... ..,.. I .ri Salle Commerce F Management Phi Kappa Tau Accountancy Clubg Men's Glee Club Q5, -ll La Salle-Peru-Oglesby junior College: Uni- xersity of Pennsylvania jo ANN Rlilill ............,.. Weiiw-u .iffrifzlgf Physical Education Playficul Edzrfaliorz Cagle Hall W.A.A. 43, 4lg House President L-il: Or- chesis 13, 41 g Terrapin 13, 41 g Physical Edu- cation Maiors Club 13, 45 Alabama Collegeg Illinois Wesleyiiir ROBERT' McI.noD REED ..... Ailizzgtwz He'i,ul1l,v Agriculture flgranamj Alpha Zeta Honors Day ill VUILLARD Ai.ifRED REED ........... Fdfffliligfllfl Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club K3, 41g Marketing Club 13, 45 DAN Rmtuv .... .... . ..... ..... ,ljrbamr Morta Board ' i' re Illio duction Staff archester ' wers Phi Beta Kappa Honors niver s Schol- arship Mac Colle - ANNr2'r'r12 GARDNER ' 1 S ........ Tuylm-ville J . Liberal rts an Sciences riol y Delt e Delt , n h Ch . 12, 35, " non Commit , 375 Pro- 5- ' ' ot i ' ey Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Christian College: MacMurray College: Uni- versity of Indiana Rici-:ARD EVI-RISTT Reeves ...... ,,,.. W 'Eldon Engineering Agficullzn-al Engineering Wesmen A,S.A.E.: A.S.C.E.g Coast Artillery Club: Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 353 Major, Univer- sity Brigade XVILLIAM CONLEY Rrzr1.i.Y ..., Mwiplaix, 7'rfm1. Division of splbifes Pre-ilfledfinl Delta Tau Delta Scabbard and Blade: Intramural Manager 121: Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: First Lieutenant, University Brigade tjnaauss Mrr.ToN Rumi-ia ..,..... Sf7V'i714Qfil'l!! Agriculture Gerzeml Farm House Star and Scroll: Phi Eta Sigma: Freshman Council: Scabbard and Blade: The Illio 115 3 Basketball Manager f2l: Lieutenant, Univer' sity Brigade: Agriculture Club: Hnoi and Horn Club Honors Day' ll, 25 laru-rr rurirfma Rrfrmrfrrs, Ula. Pfrzfn Engineering I.i1'il .Eflgim'c'r'i21g Beta Theta Pi Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau: A.S.!f.lT. University ol' Redlands l.or'rs Rorrraru' Rrzlxraiir ,.,........,. 1 lu Division of Special Services 17I!JIlJ'fI'ftI1 Az1'n1izli.rfmfinf1 Phi Kappa r'rI,U'f Interfraternity Executive Council K5, 43: A.S.C.E. Wlayne University: University of Mississippi Rorurar Fnnnrsarcx Rnrscrr i... ,... 5 pimgm-ld Liberal Arts and Sciences Cf167l1i.fI1'j Clark House Springheld junior College C1HAnr,rs Rrcgnarm Rrzrwxri ...,.. Eff,-1 Sr. Lani' Engineering Aerinmuriml Ezrgiww-irzg Newman Hall Pam. Arrfnrtn Rraxscrr, ja., ..... ,..1irrm,fmfr Division of Special Services Corzlzlrerre Theta Chi Accountancy Club MI: Rifle Club HI Dfxrri Ilrrxvarrrw Rrirrrr-inifoau .... . , . .Dimriillc Commerce f1lil'f1lHIft17lIv'l Lcrursre Rrcrf ...., .......,.,, . ...Sheldon Agriculture Home EFlJ1107Ilif.f Presbyterian Hall Home Economics Club ll, 2, 3 -H: The Agriculturist il, 2, 5I Hrarrzx Riel-r .,...............,.... Har-nm! Liberal Arts and Sciences GS!'0IQYll!7b-J Onondaga Wawim El,lZAI3E'l H RICH ..,......,.. Mwrrm Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjleerla Cnrrvrlion Stonelraven Production Staff, "Ropes End", "Pride and Prejudice" Illinois NVQ-sleyan University I.or'rsrE Rrmrrre .....,........,...,, Marrow: Liberal Arts and Sciences Botany I Chi Omega Arepo: Wcimen's Glee Club ll, 2, 33: Uni- versity Chorus fljg WILL 85: Cast, "Sor- cei'er"', "Pirates of Pcnzance": Production Staff, "l-I.M.S. Pinaforen Doxarn Errxvfxan RIIZSIZN ...,..... Cbfmlpnign Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Theta Kappa: A.S,M.E, Springfield junior College Mannursarrr RlIi'l'VIiI.D ...,.., Chimga Heighrr Commerce 1I'Ia1'kz'1ing -4-H I-louse Torch: Phi Chi Theta: Illini Union Board K3, 453 Illini Union Council 153: Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 35 3 University Chorus ll. 21 Honors Day UI Gregg College Wrxvxrz ALLAN RING .............. Rmlefm-iz' Engineering illerbaniml Engineering Men's Residence Hall Pi Tau Sigmag Sigma Tau: Tau Beta Pi: A.S.M.E.: Varsity Golf Squad 42. 53: I.etter 12, 31 University of Notre Dame Maru' JANE Rrrcrrrrz ............... Alon-ffm Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Menomee Manor Alpha Lambda Delta: House President 12, 35 g The Daily Illini HJ Q XV,A.A. fl, 2l Honors Day fl, 21 Ill Eawifsr EDVVARD Rrrremi-iousia .... I.w1g Pom! Engineering Merhaaziml Er1gi11et'1'i11,u Sigma Phi Delta Phi Eta Sigmag Tau Beta Phi: Pi Tau Sigmag Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day fl, 31 3 University of illinois Scholarship Key 131 Gicoaor XVAYNE Rrrrnx ...,,....... ,Elmlmfir Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiral Engineering Theta Chi Student Senate 1315 junior Class President: Sophomore Cotillion 1213 House President 141: Swimming Manager 121 Gieoiuait jorm Rrrz ,....... Racke,-'tiff-. N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiral Eligirleeriflg Honors Day 11, 2, 51 Rochester Institute of Technology Ciaifroan Cnnusiaron ROAN ...... Clmmfnzign Division of Special Services Efllnmolagg H.-may Rriuann ROBBINS ..... . ,. ,Puulinr Engineering Elettliml ElIgi7lt'BV'ilIlH Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day tl, 21 University of Florida, University of Pitts- hurghz University of Cincinnati james Ei,rsFR'r ROBERTS ........ I.0lli.l'I'fHB. Ky. Commerce Aflzlmzgelllellf Lambda Chi Alpha University of Louisvilleg Rutgers University jorrx ARTHUR ROBERTS .......... Piwnfffzifnf Engineering General Erlgifleeriflg M,-rar Lou ROBERTS ...,..... .Tlmm,lf.ranril1e journalism Ediforiul Alcestis Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Tau Alpha: Theta Sigma Phig House President 13, -11 Honors Day 11, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key l 12 BYRON Mirifoau ROBINSON ..,...... Danville Engineering zliwbfiniral Engirzeeriug Technograph Ci. 51 1 Y,M.C.A. Cabinet 1511 Men's Glee Club 43, 41: University Chorus I I, I 1 Honors Day lll Maaoaam' Marroay Ronmsox, 5:ll1ZL' Fr, N. hi. Liberal Arts and Sciences Prjrbology Delta Gamma The Daily lllini 151 Honors Day 151 Iowa State Teachers fiollegeg Northwestern Unixersity julia Auuusia Rocuoxx' ..,., .... C 'biiugo journalism Adrrrfifialg Presbyterian Hall Assistant Business Manager, The Daily Illini 4-111 W.A.A.1 Production, "He Who Gets Shipped" MAi'ar'ra joax Rouoians .,,...... Blwimingmn Liberal Arts and Sciences Freflrl: Kappa Delta Honors Day 151 Illinois XVesleyan University GUY Euxvaim Ronauzx ..,........... Cbnuga Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfilitiml Srienre Sigma Alpha Mu lnterfraternity Executive Council 121 Groatsrf BFRNARD 01:11. i........ DIIQIIGUI Division Speci l Services C mr' U Alph- 'app Lam la Concert and tl, ' lee Cl Cl, 41 Southei 'is Normal y Enxv aan Rosriraxiiee ......... , ....., Chimp Fine and Applied Arts flrrbili'i'f1rr'e MFLVIN GRADEN Roscgi-ue .... , ..,. Nofeomii Engineering Cir!! Engineering Tau Beta Pig Chi Epsilong A.S.C.E. Honors Day fl, 2, 31 PHx'i,1.is JEANNF Rosi- ,,....... ...., C flvirrruo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hixlo 1'-7 Kappa Alpha Theta Shi-Ai: Mask and Baubleg Arepog The Illio il, 23: W.A.A.: Production Staff, "Male Animal", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Sor- cerer", "Three Men On A Horse", "King Lear" jaxicn RUTH Rosiax. ,.,.........,. f,'l7ii-figo Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Sriwlrr Phi Sigma Sigma Terrapin 15, all University of California at Los Angeles Davi ELD ..,.... Bri 1 fly Agriculture Agrormmj Tau De a Phi The Illio ill University of California ' em ' ..., ' 1. Q 'Q ' v 5 f f Q .M j K i Animals Faaisrgies Rosifxsriaix ..,.... f,lviri1,qfi Liberal Arts and Sciences Bdrteriafrzglp Phi Sigma Sigma 2 - The mio fi, 21: House President r-in 1 nam K:"' I' M Union Committee tl, 2, 3, -H , K Hiairxn Rosrx .........,.. ,. .eliimuff Education Speech Delta Phi Epsilon lllini Union Committee flj R1rH.-ian NORMAN Rosxin, lffulu I-lmnl. N. Y. Division of Special Services Gu ri c ml Zeta Beta Tau Varsity Swimming Squad HJ Syracuse University SHIRLEY ROSNHR .....,.,.......... l,'lfii-irqfi Liberal Arts and Sciences P.fj'1'lJ0fog'3 Huntleigh Hall ltiain' Faaxcias Ross. ....... Gfflimrwz, 7'f.v. Fine and Applied Arts Arclailecrlmzl Erzgimwirig Fraker House Honors Day fl, 31 .-..,.amm ,gf Rrxiaif MARILYN RossMAN ........,., elvimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences J:'cnuan1ir.r Evans Hall lllini Union Committee tl, Zi: XV.A.A.g Spanish Club Rlllililfl' M.-xa'1'iN RUTH ....,. .... C brmgn journalism Ad1ferti.riug Omega Beta Pi: The Daily lllini lil lNIaa'i'Ha Manila R0'I'HGANl'il?l. ....... Billezfille Liberal Arts and Sciences Spa :iii ly Kappa Alpha Theta Palo, RALPH Ro'r'1'MaN. ,.... ...Quinry Commerce flrrnlnrtmrcj Accountancy Cllub Quincy College Bfxaimaa jofxxxii Rowif ..... ...Kenney journalism Aff1'el'IfJi1lg Delta Gamma Shi-Ai: Theta Sigma Phig Freshman Councilg The Illio f1J: Production 'Stati "Twelfth Nightnl Union Committee 121 Honors Day 131 Roniaici' Oiavisa Rm' ,.,........... . if himgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiflnry Phi Kappa Psi Arkansas Agriculture and Mechanital Col- lege: University of Louisville Faiform: Roy.-uxrv .........., . . ,Dmnfille Commerce xlcralnllarlci' Honors Day 135 t,H,xai,izs A'ri1.lo RUHINIZLLI ,... .LfzPm'n. Iml. Fine and Applied Arts Arrlzitecflzml De,-'igrl Alpha Rho Chi Gargoyle Society: Freshman Fencing Squad Wfright junior College 113 vlrrzomr Hiaiusuru' Ruurrmx 4... ...Cbirrzgfr Ki-:NT MAURICIE RYAN ......... .. .Twiim Commerce Agriculture ITlzI?IlItQL'71ll'71l G'er1err1l Agrirullnr e Tau Delta Phi Atcountancy Club: House President 153 NIARY I.oirrzi'm Ruirriair .,.., .... C Illia..-pit' Commerce AL'L'0Il71lr1IIL'j' Alpha Lambda Deltag Phi Chi Thetag Ac- countancy Club Honors Day ll, 33 Lnurzvvtzrz HAZIELRIGG Ruifif, lmliruzapolir, lull. journalism Editorial Illini Union Committee QS, -431 University Orchestra Q23 Butler University D-xx io Biuurfoito Ruxuria .... .... L U Mui: Education lTlllfl7L'7I11IljLiJ' Drexel Institute of Technology: New York University WiLi.mM JAMES RusH12n..l.ang Iilrrml, N. Y. Engineering Alerbfmirnl EII,Lfi!lFP!f7l4Lf A.S.M,E. Enwruu: HENRY Russrsrr. .... .... E lfilflilful journalism Ef1'imri.f1I Alpha Sigma Phi The Daily Illini I23 NIARJORIF Ruri-1 ..,.....,... fludorer, Alfm. Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Ar! Gamma Phi Beta Illu.strators1 Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet L23 Ohio State University Ronifiti' XVifrxs'i'ifu RUTLIZDGI5, . . .. .Iifniif Commerce Nlfrrleelizlg Sigma Chi Skull and Crescentg WILL 11, 23 g Marketing Club: Accountancy Club ll-I Frirni House The Agriculturist IS, 43 Honors Day ll, 33 Nfrmrlh lvifxiw RYAN ,,.,........... C,'b1r-irgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiilary Theta Upsilon The Illio 1235 House President 123: lllini Union Committee 12, 3, 43 g Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Barchester Towers" Mount Mary College Invixo BrsNymiN Sacris .,........., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zaalogy Xvright junior College Ill-IARI.0'1"l'E ANN Sarrlzus ........ Alafrm-ella Physical Education Pbyriml lidlzmtiazz Kappa Alpha Theta XV.A.A. I-13: Production Staff, "Twelfth Night", "Claudia", "The NVarrior's Hus- band", "Barchester Towers", "Pinafore" S'i'.ixi.ifY 5.-xilsiax .......,,,...,... Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Jircbilucllzra Clark I-louse Georgia Institute of Technology LINCOLN Russian. . N ..... Luke Fave-rr J . A .2 Men' . C6 - Kfolu si Ronlfm' HENRY SANB ,........ Clmmpfrrgn Division of Special Services Lau' Beta Theta Pi Pershing Rifles: Co-chairman Mothers Day: Men's League: Skull and Crescent: Star Course Bia'r'rx' jimi: S.-mums ........ .... A lmn Agriculture F10l'iClllflH'L' Rustic Lodge House President Q43 : Floricultural Club Shurtlelf Collegeg Washington University XVri,1.ia M BROWNING SANDERS ...... Goleibm-Wg Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha Tau Omega s juosox SANDERSON, ja. .... Kumar City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Motbemalirr Lundgten Hall Kansas City ,Iunior College ALBERT ANNER ......... C d Applied Arts fclailermre Theta De Chi Cast, "Two On An Island", "Seventh Heaven" Honors Day 111 EARL PHi1,i.iP Salma ............... Chiriigo Engineering Electrical Engineering Men's Residence Hall Massachusetts Institute of Technology RUTH Savostvix ......... . ......... Chit-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Keeler House Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag House President 1315 Illini Union Committee KZ, 31 Honors Day tl, 2, 31 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Faaxcizs JEANNE SA'r'rr3RLiuE ....... Glen Ellyn Liheral Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Price Club Alpha Lambda Delta: House President ti, 41 Honors Day H1 james Roiirizr SAVAGE ,.,.,. ....... K oneakw Agriculture Generril A griculture Illinois State Normal: Mississippi Delta ,State Teachers JOHN SAND . ,, ......,.,... . . . .Cbiiuiqo Engineering Eleclrfml Eflgimeviiig ,,. ? , , x ' Emi x Q M' Z 15 f 5 "M , .,..1 ez I ith ig., I 3-I Q ,, if I 1' e ',. 9 K ' if H1 Wuiiam Bmxoiarr SAYRE ........... Galerburg Fine and Applied Arts Arrbitecrzm' Chi Psi Gargoyle Societyg Cavalry Club: Blackhawk Troopg Scabbard and Bladeg A.S.C..E.g Blue Pencil: I-F. Ball, 19453 Interfraterni-ty. Exeeu- tive Council 131, President C41 g Illini Union Board 131 University of Colorado Roiiixnr Wiiri.mM Scumarrzn ......... Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Delta Tau Delta Cornell University Hfxnrn' JOHN ScHaififiiR ............ Colombia Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Erzgineeriiig A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day fl. 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Wlasliington University Ai,mm'r SCHARF ,.,,....,,..,... . .Bolluooil Physical Education Playricol Eduralioiz Acacia Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Varsity Baseball Squad KZ, 3, 41 Letter 12, 3, 41 5 Freshman Varsity Wrest-ling Squad: Varsity Wrestling Squad KZ, 51 Honors Day C11 I.l2SI,lli Auzxawmzn Scnmuc ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrbology Delta Tau Delta University Orchestra C31 XVabash College Daria Roiusm' Sci-rmuiu ..... So-n Diego, Calif. Fine and Applied Arts Lamlicape Architecture Scarahg Landscape Club University of Kentucky: University of Chi- cilgo liS'I'IiI.I.Ii Gnaciz SCHERMHA ,..... Gmnizo City Liberal Arts and Sciences , Pryrlaalogy Alpha Epsilon Phi The Illio Q11 3 The Daily Illini Q21 1 Produc- tion Staff, "B:-irchester Towers", "The Sor- cerci"', "Romeo and ,Iuliet"g Psi Chi Honors Day C11 jams MURPHY Sci-iiaxvs iMrs.1 ...... Ronroul Education Engliilv Theta Upsilon Stephens College 115 ROBERT HARRY Sci-IIIIPMAN .......... Cbimga Liberal Arts and Sciences E7If07l1!llfl4Lf'5 Phi Sigma Kappa Illio C211 lnterfratcrnity Executive Council i313 German Club HOWARD Lrnov ScHII.'I' ...,.... .... 0 Inq Agriculture General Agriculture Nabor House First Regimental Band KZ, 31: Agriculture Club ll, 2, 3. 41 ELEANOI: ScHI.IisINGIzR ,, .......,... Clyii-Izgff Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Derigu Orchesis 121g Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Warrior's Husband", UBZ1'CllCSf6I' Towers", "Skin of Our Teeth" MARION DALE SCI-ILIIQPIJR, JR....Pl1rl.Vrll1l Hill Agriculture Vocational Agfirlzlfzzw Wlestern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg XVestern Michigan College of Education BONNIEVIFAN SCHMIEG .......,...... Olmziu Physical Education Ployriczzl Elflll'llfl0ll Chez Nous Terraping W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig House President 131 james Millikin University DONALD ELMIER SCI-INIIIDIER ..... Efl1mIIl.rillIf Engineering Mechanical Men's Residence Hall Shurtleff College jo!-IN GLENN SeHNIzI.IeIx, JRI, Dazwziwgi' Cfl'0l'L' Liberal Arts and Sciences CbP7lll.Il1',1' Luther House Pershing Rifles ELINOR IVIARIIT SCHOBACK ..... . . ,Hcr1ryf Journalism Edirol-ial Cagle Hall The Daily Illini Q41 Morton junior College ll6 ELAIIER Louis Sci-Ioiexnuno, .. .... Sreelzfille Agriculture Honors Day 111 GIfRAI.Iz SCHOliNlflZl.ll ....... Neil York, N. Y., Division of Special Services Tau Delta Phi Interfraternity Executive Council IZ, 41 Columbia University: Massachusetts Institute of Technology EARNIEQT HFNRX' Sci-Io'I"I'IsIAN .,.,... Morifwzfr Agriculture General I"lg1'l!'llllIH'c' Alpha Gamma Rho Illinois Agriculturist fl, 211 Gamma. Deltag Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club HoxxARn EDWARD ScHRoIaoI2R, lllll'1l':l!lk6'E, ll"i.i'- Fine and Applied Arts ArclJilI'ctm'n! Darign and flrrlfiferfzzmi Engineuriflg Alpha Rho Chi Gargoyle Society Honors Day 12, 51 University of Wlisconsin XYIINONA RUTH SCHROIZDIQR .,....., Alnmmur Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Lambda Delta: The Daily Illini 111 g Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 2, 31 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key l.rI.Axn CHRISTIAN IIIZRT ..... Cbumpiiigu . ginee g Aermmf 'rn1E gineerin PATRICIA MARDIS S . 'I' .,...,...,.. Silrif Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Delta The lllio fl, 21 5 Illini Union Council QS, 41 3 Illini Union Committee Cl, 21g Chairman, University Singsg Chairman, Dad's Day: Pro- duction Staff, ulknything Goes" JFAN I.oIIIsI2 SCI-IUDISII ,...... .... S IHIHIFI Agriculture Hama Eronomiizr Pour-H House Iota Sigma Pig Phi Upsilon Omicroa Honors Day il, 21 RUHEIKAI' CH.fmr.i-:s St.Hl'l'l.l-R .,... WMM! Rfrir Engineering rllclfrlfrrrgg Captain, University Brigade jorfix Clrimox Sanur rr .,,...... ll"fwrf.r1fn!i Agriculture Ummm! xI,qr'ifn1r1rr'r Farm House Alpha Zeta: Agricultural tlubg Rural Life Club Honors Day il, 35 Mak CHl'NlAt,HI-It . ..,..... rfflgfr . al Arts anti Scienc 4 Sfarifflfrcva' Kappa Alpha Theta Terrapin CZ, 57 : Daily Illini ll, Z, Bl: Illini Union Committee 421 : XY'.A.A. YZI Miami University RAMON ScgHUaiat:Hiaa, ja. .... ...,... I flviinq,-, Fine and Applied Arts .'l1'cfvffe't'fl1ct Stadium Hall Junior College ol' Kansas fity Vlvlax ROCHIELLIQ Silfllvll ....,,.... Cliirrrlto Liberal Arts and Sciences .Yu rin le ,ey Phi Sigma Sigma Psi Chi: The Daily Illini ll, 2. 5, VII: Illini Union Committee il, ZI: Star Course, Boartl of Managers ill: Production Staff, "'I'welI'th Night" Doroiuss jiaaxiziira Scmx Arciz ......,. l'ibiru.r Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbi'mi,vfr--3 Delta Delta Delta Torch: Assistant Business Mana 'er .The Daily Illini: Omega Beta Pig The Daily Illini tl, 2. 3, 41: Production Staff. "Pride and Preju- dice", "Twelfth Night". "H.M.S. Pinaforeu. "Guest in the House", "Skin of Our Teeth" 1'r4osiAs Gifomn, Scinxxifxxlf ...... .. ,I.liurff11 Engineering Alt't'lhlNiff1l EI7j1i77t'l'fiI?4Q -liHIi0lJORIE SCo'r'r. IR.. .......... Mt. l'w'iwr1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Hi.-'Im-I7 Phi Eta Sigma Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 2, Sl Mississippi State College i 9 1 V'-T T ,9-. 4- 1 ., F fi!! ,l sf, giws NKNVI Grtmtirxr-' Siaanmx ,...,... . . . ,, .'I'1r3lw'1'iIli' Liberal Arts and Sciences S0fff,fff'.U' Pi Beta Phi The lllio Hal 1 Illini Union Committee Url Christian College Roro-Rr Fnf.xx1.1N SHAMAN. ,,........ fll'fbIll' Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbw11i.v1r'y Iiastern Illinois State Teachers College Iimlxrf Srflmviinx l,....... ...lhfbifiifn-1 Education Afrnnrzfmrcj Gamma Phi Beta President, Mortar Board: Torch: Shi'Ai: Pan- Hellenic Executive Council HI: Star Course, Iloartl of Managers 42, 33 Ixlftaiixx Srumx imc .l........,. ...lhfo-i.fi Fine and Applied Arts f,'1lf7I77lt'l'l'jlll Dl'.fi.Qll Lhi Omega Alpha Lambda Delta: Illustrators Honors Day tl, 2. Fil 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Miro Joris 5131. jk. ..............,. Dcmlur Liberal Arts and Sciences E!IIQlj,Il7 Kappa Sigma Mercer University: University ol South Varolina Mansnari. Dlaxmr SIEGAI. .... ...C'lmaaa Commerce Ernrlrnnicr Tau Epsilon Phi The Daily Illini til 1 Interfratcrnity Exetutiie Council 13. -ll lfI,.llNl lox: SI'I,ll.UlI'I'Z ......... fillitllllfliilllfl Physical Education Pbyriml E:1'nmlin11 Orthesis il. Z, 3, -ll: Illini Union Council l3Ig Illini Union Committee Url: XW.A.A. ll, Z. 3. -Il: W'.A,A. Numerals QI: Major I til lumix: Maur XRII 51 1.1. ....., ... .f.A'.'li.-tu journalism Effzfnrfrff Zeta Tau Alpha I Mortar Board: Torch: Shi-Ai: Kappa Tau Alpha: Alpha Lambda Delta: Assistant Editor, Daily Illini1 Theta Sigma Phi: The Daily Illini ll. 2. 5. -ll: XV.A.A. tl, Zi: I-louse President ISI: Y.XV.fQ,A. Cabinet til Honors Day ll. 2. Sl: L'nirersity ot' Illinois Scholarship Key 117 XVADE Palme SENWELL ......,.. ,,Mmpl15.fbaw Engineering Aeramzuxirnl Engimwivzg Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent: Student Senate H! 1 The Illio Cl, 23 3 Intervfraternity Executive Council 1f3j, President f4Dg Illini Union Board Mb: lllini Union Committee james Dizriuisus ScHAc'1'xzit. .. ,... .Cliimgfi Journalism Eflflofial Omega Beta Pig Daily lllini Mi 3 Mens Glee Club M5 Patti. Woi.rftmNG Srmnrif .......... Riugzrwrl Engineering Engineering Pbyriri Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day fl, 2, 35 2 University of Illinois Scholarship Key PHYi,i.rs REGENIA Sufurrs .....,. Swzm, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbvmirlry Medea Lvsmx SHAW .....,..,..,..,...... Nfnmiil Agriculture Agricuituml Eronomicr Wenatchee House Caisson Clubg Agricultural Club: House Presi- dent C35 Bmnaka juN13 SHAY ..,.........,... Cbirizgv Libera-l Arts and Sciences Bucferiulagy Busey Hal-l Wright Junior College BENVIAMIN SHAYMAN .......,...,.. Clairfzgo Fine and Applied Arts A:'rliiierf111'e Pi Lambda Phi Gargoyle Oriraxn l5lfllNlil.l. Suizrfvifiaxwu ..,.. Srilllfltlitib Commerce Alurfeelifzg Menis Residence Hall Le Cercle Francais: Accountancy Club K-llg Marketing Club MJ Park College 118 Q sa S as hlfiittaaitl' r SHEKLHON .,... ,. ..,..... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Bdcterivlogj Kappa Delta The Illio 113: lllini Union Board tl. Z1 Daria Wiifa SHELDON ..,....... Upmn, Wyo, Engineering Civil El'lgil7L'Eff7lg Alpha Tau Omega A.S.C.E.1 Chi Epsilong Sigma Tau Montana State School of Mines Ittmifm' Hiirtoru SHhLP ............,. flmom Liberal Arts and Sciences Jvlallaenmficr Alma Collegeg Miami University PHYi.r,is -Iam: Snrruxus, .... ,..... I Vuilrille Commerce Pwr-mlllel Maflngenliffll Ciagle Hall The lllio ill limsiiaii Hluio Surwifmi ..... ..,.. C fliiiago Engineering Elecrfiml Enginewing Cosmopolitan A.l.E.E.g Alpha Phi Omegag Tribe of Illinil Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad: Varsity XXfrestling Squad fZ, Si: Letter HT Ritgrranu Liunue SHOT flf ,....,.,.. RHt'kI07l C0 crc M eting Phi Eta Si ' Pets 1 ' es: Kappa Psi: Sec 4 Lie nant, versi Brig. e Honors ' fl, - ' Wli,1.mM Eiuszusr S Uriurs ..Sr, lafnir, Mo. Engi A 3 Elertricrrl E714Qi1IL'0I'i7I,Q Tau Kappa Epsilon A.I.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Taug Pi Mu Epsilong Concert Band: Men's Glue Club Xvashington University Hoxvfxrm EUGENE SCHUMAN ,.,..... Mmwiron Division of Special Serxicus EL'!H7071lil',l Alpha Kappa Lambda Arepng First Regimental Band 11, 213 Illini Union Board 4-U1 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet U53 Men's Glee Club fi, 21: WILL 11, 3,471 Cast, "Nothing Venturedn, "Iolanthe", "La Boheme", "Tea for Two" University of Michigang Harvard University FRANKLIN Sim,-xi, .....,., ...., C bit-ago Commerce il'l:Ull14QC'77lL'IIl Phi Epsilon Pi House President Q31 3 Technoqraphg Inter- fraternity Executive Council JOAN Mmm- Siracrrursu .,..., .,.f,!1r f.w' fur Commerce ,'lt't'lHU1llUll'j Reeter Club Alpha Lambda Deltag Phi Chi Therag Hou -c President IZ, 515 W.G.S. Executive Coun.ii 121g German Club 11, 21 Honors Day il. Z, 51 Esri-its . iizmrsrsx ...... .. 1 Agriculture Hmm' Emziafrzirr -LH House Phi Upsilon Omicron: W.G.S, Executive Council C314 Illini Union Committee ll, 2, 31g The Agriculturist il, 415 Production Staff, "The Skin of Our Teeth", "The Sor- cerer", "The Male Animal"g Home Eco- nomics Club 41, 2, 5, 41 Honors Day il. 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key DAWN Dianixsis Siruasisx .,.. ....... C 'lrii-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sfmniyb Theta. Sigma Upsilon Spanish Club Wlhitewater State Teachers College GASTON -loss Su.vA ....,,...,. Sanziagfr. Chile Engineering Civil Engineering Universidad Catolicaq University of Florida MOR'roN SI Lvua ,....,,...... , ..... Cliimgf, Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Flagg House Honors Day fl, 2 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key I-Ierzl -Iunior College Roarzivr ,lfmrzs Simozsos .........,.... Sprum Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Alpha Tau Omega Omicron Delta Kappag House President 12, 31: Interfraternity Executive Council 13, 41 University of Georgiag Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity: University of Pennsylvania Mamas Loursiz Smozsisox .......... Cbiriign Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Busey Hall Honors Day Q51 Northwestern University 'Q' P 53, as - f ,H .1 in v '. gffqg If i t 1- if Barren HOWARD Simpson: .... Dem-born, Mich. Division of Special Services Meclazmiml .Engineering A.S.M.E. 5 University Orchestra C41 Michigan State College ELFANOR l'fLIZABl5'IH Srrrraa ......,..... Anna Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Evans Hall Production Staff, "King Lear" Honors Day 131 Southern Illinois Normal University ,loHN Euxvaao Sjuxxrzssox .... .. .Cbimgo Engineering Ciril Erigiirtfvrirrg College Hall A.S.C.E. Tulane University S'rAN1.r5v .loHN Srazixsiii, ,.Difi1i-bum. Mir-h. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Efigim-ei-ing Sigma Phi Delta A.I.C,E.1 Illini Archers University ol' Detroit Fnizu Waiuuax Sure .... ..,.. .... 1 1 lilford Agriculture Agrozmmy Farm House Pershing Rifles: Agriculture Club New York University Graonorfi Evis1.YN SLINKMAN ....,. Belle, Mo. Fine and Applied Arts Arflyitcrtfmzl Ezzgizmering University of Missouri LILY ANN SLOBUDA ...... ,....,,.... . Ylnzznzit Fine and Applied Arts Imirmriizl Derigfz Chattcrley Daily Illini 1113 Illini Union Committee Q11 RUTH Srusiza ................ ...Chicago Education Plvjririrl Eilimiriou W,A.A. ll, 21 Northern Illinois State Teachers College 119 Rorsuar tQaI.vIx Sworn ....,.. . ..... Cfliiiagff Division of Special Services 1l'laI'keIir1.u Delta Tau Delta Brrrv ANA SMALL .................. A1fiI'inu Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb La Treinta lllini Union Committee 1511 WILL 131 Aa'rI-rua JOHN Surrey ............ Wkifiifzzifrz Physical Education Pbyiiml Ednrnriwz Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tribe ol' lllini: Major I1 Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: Varsity Basketball Squad 11, 2, 3, -11, Letter 11, 2, 3. -11: Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Varsity Baseball Squad 15. '11, Letter 15. -11: Tomahawk Domain Griix SMITH ....,... .... 0 Hfnr-if Agriculture .AgI'il'll1fllY'!11 Lam Theta Chi Pershing Rifles: Agriculture Club: Freshman Varsity Football Squad, Letter 111 5 Freshman Varsity Wfrestling Squad, Letter 1113 Agri- cultural Economics Club Honors Day 11, 31 Er.lzaaIa'i H RosaI,1If SMHH. ,. ,.. ,tfbcflunr Education Engliilv The Mansion Illinois State Normal University Forutrsr lllll-IAMMEI, SMIIH ......,, Gmunli Engineering El1'L'I!'f4'l11 El1gfV1L'L'1'i77g Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma: XWILL 1511 First Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day 111 GIECBIIKLIE SMVIH ...,.. . . .... . ....., Cflviriilw Physical Education Pl13.rir11l Ea'11I'i.Iriw1 Theta Xi lnterfraternity Executive Council 141 : lcc Hockey Manager 121 Oklahoma City University PA'I'R1t:IA 'll-'AN SMITH ...,...,.,..... li! l'fi,w Fine and Applied Arts rllluir' Sigma Alpha lota: Star Course, Board ol Managers 121: XWomen's Glee Club 12, 51: University Chorus 11, Z, 3, 41: WILL: Uni' versity Concert and Entertainment Board 13, 41: W.A.A. CZ, 311 Production Statl, "H.M.S. Pinatoreu, "The Sorcerer". "The XVarrior's l-lusbandwg Arepo 12, 3, FI1: Deutsche Verein 120 I ygg, vi. .- 1 . ,fr W i , I, .wi I ,.e N 7 I .c 1 wx was at -.ei 1 f if r 1 N lr 2 Q? S if , p s -,.12f"u', "YET ' li .S i-in 'pw 5 R X 1 K K me . 1 f'et'eai,.,a 1 Q, i A e ?1 sl. i 1' Ii Y 1 3 ew re. l 'fr .if fu. . .U-,, ' I ix-we 1 1 is V , XE? 1 2 4 ,Q . ,sa it W Iqkfix N' N I rw 1- K. I 1 1 S , . -WA? - " .f J at , li 3 ,451 ff 9 PHILIP SI1rl1'H ..,......... . .... Dimrlllz Commerce Mnmrgemrnl Zeta Beta Tau Accountancy Club: Marketing Club Roxxraxo SMITH ......... , ....,,... Liibaiza Fine and Applied Arts Murir Concert Band 11, 2, 5, 41 g University Orches- tra 11, 2, 5. 41: Phi Mu Alpha: Sinfonia Rm' t,1.1:vI'oN SMITH, ,lR...,LjI'jI1g.lllHI, N. J. Engineering Elertrirrzl Engifwcrirrg Alpha. Chi Rho Phi Eta Sigma: Star Course, Board of Man- agers 1213 University Orchestra 12, 3, 411 Pershing Rifles: Pi Tau Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: A.I.E.E,: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade 'l'HIfo l.lflZ Sarrri-I ..,........... ...fllmu Physical Education Crmfrnl Chi Phi Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Polo Squad: House President 141: 'lnterfraternity Executive Council 131 XVILSON Nhxxrox SMITH ...,..,.... Genrrfo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbl'I7lf,1'f7'I1' E77K2i7IPl'l'i7I4Q Delta Sigma Phi A.1,t'Ih.E.g A.C.S. joux 'l'HuIs1As SMII . X ....,... . .lfiiuiiiilt YL 7 Alpha Pierrots ' . " ri ' Horse- back" 'Six C. er ' Searcl of an Author": ll Manage' - 1 Second Lieutenant, Univ sity Brlgat ANNA MAE SNIfI:Ixo. , ......... C,'f'2im,uo Liberal Arts and Sciences Di1Ii,rin1I nf Grfmfrrzl Slzfffiui Alpha Delta Phi lllini Union Committee 151 Honors Day 1l 1 Liberal ' s an Sciences r -Z ho IL 41, a an n Carrol. BI.AIIz SNIfI.I. ..,......,,,.. Ln Gimref' Liberal Arts and Sciences Ffi'l7I'b Alpha Chi Omega lllini Union Committee 12, 311 Production Staff. "Claudia" lDUIlU'I'HY SNOW .......,..., ,..,Y1. lm,ir.i Agriculture Home Ifrfulfmliri Ncliinley Hall Ind Regimental Band U53 XV.A.A.g XVJLA. Numerals North Central College DANA PAUL Sxymarc ................ flnbuiu Libcml Arts rind Srienres Znulogy Phi Eta Sigma Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 21 Rini, ui-ir ..,.... .. , . WJ Engineering Civil .Ezxlrgineerirzg Phi Delta Theta Illinois Institute nl Tetlinology XY.-xixiifii Moxiaoii Soieia, Ill .4.4.. 'l'fi5lwi'1!lif Erlucution Gt'7lL'l1ll Si'iem'r Tara Hall German Club Bl1lClil1llI'H College '3'iiu.iN1.ix Luumi Soxiui ..,..,..,.. Riiuriiifi l.il'aeriil Arts and Sriences Pi-'iflwloqy Busey Hall l.:l Cirainge ,lunior College ,-Xiiniiii Wiiiiixxi Sni.isi1ii,, jrru, ,A ,Q,,i,,,-J Engineering EllgiIIt'i'7iII,Q Pbyiiiir Flzigg House Phi Eta Sigma: Tau Beta Pig Rifle Team ll, Zi 3 University Gold Medal Q23 Honors Day fl, 2. 3l g University of Illinois Scholarship Key Virginia Polytechnic lmtituteg University ol' New Hampshire ,li Roms bOI.UC.K .,......,......... fjliirirqff Liberal Arts .mtl Seiemus Pty lwlugj Honors Day fl! North Central College XX'lLI,lAM JOHN Scmoiwi .... ..., I .'lvir-iigf, Engineering illi'l'bu1lli'nl Erlgilzuwiflg -X.S.M,E. Illinois Institute ot' Technology ' .M 5, f " gi ,I 1 ,.r: itili ' 4- A ff qw-- wx . f th J i if , Q - f , t if fe- , 2 . 3 is NK E i gi L A Ai.i.,ix Louis Somew ..........., Cbtllllflzligll Engineering Engineering Playfirr fillllfiifflill Institute of Technology Cir..-iiws Biaimieis Soiusxsim.. .... .f,'brir111mixr11 Fine and Applied Arts P:IH1ll71,Lf llliistmtors Fu.-xxtis f,1.Yllli SURRIENIINO, ji1..,lk"fmil.rtoi Engineering M elullurgj A.5.M.: A.M.S.: M.I.S. University of Chicago Doi'm,.-is DizWi'i"r 5oU'iHGfi'ii1 .,...,. Nwmil Fine and Applied Arts 1?1lflt.iII'fz1f Durigfz Sigma Phi Epsilon Roto-in' Wfximif. Svfixmian ...... Cliumu. Mu Liberal Arts and Sciences Pulflffdf Sz'ii'lli1' Alpha 'lliu Omega Carton-Newmgrn College Anrniifi. Li-'IA Smuruixia, ,, ....ll!ll'lflIll11l Agriculture Home Et'flIl0lIlil',x' XVeiitlierly Hall Donoriix' Lifis SP1 xi i-'iz ........ ,.C'bmaipf1ig11 I.iher:il Arts .ind Scienrcs Sffi'ff1lffg.3 Alpllii Phi Orcliesis ll! Emv.-mu Pfwxi' Svifxeifx ..,, ...C.'bii111f1rii4rff Engineering .llei'alll11'g'1 A.S,M.1 C.:ipt.iin, University Brigiule 121 MARILYN RUTH SPERO, Cleveland Huigbf.-, Olain Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Scierzcr The Daily lllini fl, Z. it AI. JAMES SPRINGMAN ..,..,.,........ Alum Fine and Applied Arts Arclailerfnral Erzgimfzfring Alpha Rho Chi A.S.C.E. University of Notre Dame Lois JANE SI1ItoA'1' ...,........,..,.... Jolie! Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Menomee Manor House President MJ Joliet junior College SAIIY DELI. SPROAT .... . ..,..,..,.. Dmrzm' Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtmg Kappa Alpha Theta james Enwaim S1'AI.LMEYEIt, . .Cf11'ing1wz, Ky. Engineering Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau: A.S.IQ.E. University of Dayton RUTH STARK ..,...,............ Cbanzjmigfl Liberal Arts and Sciences Ptjclsology Alpha Lambda Delta: Psi Chi: Alpha Kappa Delta: Alpha Pi Delta: W.A.A. QU : Y.W. C.A. Cabinet CBJ: Production Staff, "The XV8fflO1',S Husbandug Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 2, Big University of Illinois Scholarship Key PAUL LEWIS S'I'AvI2Nc,ER .,.,.....,. La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Erzgifieeriug Alpha Chi Rho University Orchestra Q25 Maxima 1-1I51,IaN SrAvRou1,AI4Is ..,,... Urbinm Liberal Arts and Sciences Spiznirb Medea University Chorus Q2, 5, 41 Honors Day GJ Bradley University 122 rw I rl I ig ,. ' sw f r a ez A. xr 'V' 'XX I a,-4 iw X 251-f 'Q' X ,sift 'AJ s em 5 f 4":semfs - e fi,ffa,: Q, - ,s ef ,v-, refs., 3 eg as L agus 'Sin- 1fQ,,.qf:.,,,:r V3 sf as he he I X ails, A as kwa pol po , o yyyy o1ropo llyl .ae of 'Q' 'P 7 . V et is we i st ,at 'fit at f .. i- S I 1 , 1 ' H. 'I : ,bil A . r ,us- V, ,A 17,Ai.5v' .ie . pwbl Rossxvisrr RICHARD STEACY .... Malone. N. Y. Engineering Electrical Engineering A,I.E.E. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Encmn STFIN .,.... . ....,..... .Clmmpaign Engineering Mechrzniml Engineering Phi Mu Alpha: A.S.M.E.: Concert Band tl, 2. 3. -ll Honors Day lil Ssnxrx' MIIHI-.l. SIHINBERII ....,...,. CQ'l7imgf, Liberal Arts and Sciences Piyrbology Men's Residence Hall I.ewis Institute Roieifar Ixioirrox STELZER ..., Ywzberi. N. Y. Journalism Ad1'eriiJi71g Newman Hull Ma-Wan-Da: Sachemg Business Manager, The Daily Illini: Alpha Delta Sigma: Gamma Theta Phi: journalism Council: Marketing Club: Kappa Tau Alpha: The Daily Illini tl, 2, 3, -IJ: Production Staff, "Let's Get Away" Honors Day lil MARY EI,IZAliE'l'H STEPHENS .......,,, Ur-bmw Liberal Arts and Sciences Spaniila Alpha Phi Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: Alpha Pi Delta EMILY FRANcI2s S - ........., Clinmu Liberal a Sciences S 1 J' Illini Steph i Louis Srizux .............. , .... Chiuzgo Commerce Economic! Student Senate l4lg M.I.W.A. Executive Council 141 Roiuflvi' XYIARRLN S'1'EUERVUAI.D, IVr11zIL'rI10 rn. W lx. Fine and Applied Arts A1'z'hitcclm'c' Alpha Rho Chi , Honors Day HJ Tut S'1'HviaNsoN, ........,..,... Rack I,-'limil Liberal Arts and Sciences Ei:ar1omii'.v Chi Omega Torchg junior Prom Chairman Ht: Y.XV, CA. Cabinet lil Ricn.-um Gimoxea Sir-.xx aiu. .. . , , .Lfi-lmim Commerce flt'A'flIIlIln'7Ii i Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi: Beta Gaimna Sigma: Accountancy Cflubg Concert Band til 1 First Regimental Band il, Zi Honors Day il, 1, 53: University or Illinois Scholarship Key LLOYD S'i'ii1uxiAN ..,,.... If Engineering Elecllirul Ifrlgiflwrinlig Fireside Pi Tau Sigma: A.l.E.E. Wii.i.iaM S'1oL.kHus .............. Billifzillif Division of Special Services Gt'r1r'rnf Zeta Psi Springheld junior College Hfxnotu Miervm S'i'oGsuii.i, .,.. ..,. N lm-,flmll - Agriculture Vocaliorzrzl A,EI'ffllllIlY'i' Agriculture Club fl. 2. 31 jm K S'i'oU'i' ..., ,.., .,,. ........ ,,E1'1nmw1 Division of Special Services General Psi Upsilon House President 13, 41: Freshman Fencing Squad I.r.ovD Rouiaitr' S'i'aaNc ........... Il"ii1fktggiif1 Fine and Applied Arts llllljif EJIIFIUTDII Men's Glee Club, President: Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 49: Men's Glee Club il, 2, 5, -11: University Chorus Q-ij 3 A fappella fhoii' 443 Ric3H.-mu Kirtkmxu S'i'nM'iarz. .A1iCwilr. iN'ifLi'. Fine and Applied Arts fiVlibill'l'fllH' University of Colorado lfS'lHl'R Wirma STREGER. .,.,.. Climate Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Omicron Pi Mask and Bauble: Arepo: Illini Union Com mittee il, 235 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 12 3 4 Production Staff, "H.M.S. Pinafore Tie XV:u'rior's Husband", "Romeo and Juliet "The Male Animal", "The Skin of ui Teeth" Rifrii M.-ii1'iHA S'i'iuar,ifir. .,.... C lwfitn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sofinlagy Alpha Omicron Pi Mask and Baubleg Arepog lllini mittee tl. Zig Production Stall Husband", "Romeo and Juliet" mal", "Skin of Our Teeth", Towers" IEi.iz.fuu'iii Ass b'l'RlcID .... .. Agriculture Home Ecrnlanlirii Gamma Phi Beta Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Eu xnomics Club Cl, 2, 31. President 141: The Illi The Agriculturist ill: lllini Union Com mittee il. 2, 5. -U Honors Day 45h Rtfrii lfiimiu ru Sllilillb ,....., Agriculture Home E1'0ll0l71.i1,i Busey Hall Home Economics Club il, Z. 3, 4 M:icMurray College Alft.l's'I S'1'Ri.LL .,............. liz Vizllt Division of Special Services Commerce La Salle-Peru-Oglesby junior College Gioma Axis S'r'iu-iwisiiziufiiiz .... .. Spimijifll Liberal Arts and Sciences Snrfolngj' Chez'Nous Illini Union Committee 15, -it Springfield junior College jiaax Lvnia Stunts. zen .... Liberal Arts and Sciences Sflrlilffb Fraker House Vogue School of Alt Hmoiu Nirzou Datum Hn! Engineering, ElL'r'zi'ii'f1l Erzyeirzeeiifzg Mens Residence Hall A.l.E,E. Wfayne University: Berea College Cxnoi. ANN STRUH .....,... ,. .lfbxciiga Education Hfuury Busey Hall The Daily Illini ill Q House President HI Northwestern University Ninas' LATHERINLQ Sur.1,ivaN ......,. Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Znnlogy Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Omega Beta Pi: Pro- duction Staff, "The Sorcerer", "Skin of Our Teeth, "Male Animal"g Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, Z, SI Wfuuwx GERALD SU1.i,ivaN ...,....,. Cfbinzgff Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-I.rzu' Delta Tau Delta Secretary-Treasurer, Sophomore Class: Pershing Rifles: Scirnitar: Tennis Manager C51 1 Fresh- man Varsity Fencing Squad: lnterfraternity Executive Council I-ll University ol Wfisconsi n Giartfxihlxrz Smzi-a ............,. Springfield Fine and Applied Arts Painting Lowell Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Illustrators Honors Day fl, 2, Sl I,i.i- Sire ....,. .. .... .. .,.. ...f,'lv.iiz1g4ff journalism lhiglin Stratford House The Daily Illini fl, 5? 3 House President Ml 1 WILL 15, 41: Production Staff. 'Barchester Towers", "The XVomen" BIARTHA SWAIN ,,,.......,......... Ubizmz Liberal Arts and Sciences Iiugliilv Alpha Phi Mortar Board: Torch: Shi-Ai: Alpha Lambda Delta: Assistant Editor, Daily Illini: The Daily Illini fl, 2, 3. -Hg XV.A.A. 11, 25: Illini Union Committee 12, 3, -ll: Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key XIIRGINIA MAE SWAIN ............. .lliA.w11.fur Agriculture 'lufxliltu' 111111, Ciffflbfllg Illiana Lodge Home Economics Club KB, -Ilg Phi Upsilon Omicron Blackburn College Doxarn Sxvaxsox ..,........ .. .Cbirirgo Engineering rlumzliilzfirrlf Erlgizluviine I.A.S. Illinois Institute of Technology I2-l I I aa '- -. - W, in . H , .rx s xi I ww ' r aa? ., 1,-is Q 5 f I ,TWH so S a i -S99 Z. 3 92" EQ-iii at ' C551 f, 2 if QL- K -Q1 M 4' -: 1. ,,3g.,ikg:,,i,,: ., .4 . i,ilT4l,.g.,,:s,-5554 if W. -fe-ia 'E V Q 'Fr P5 t i iw ii if i 1- r 8 f it' ir, 1 if' 'Q W W v Wat J C.-moi. ANN Swfwsox .........,.. Sr. Clmrlcr Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjmflifb Evans Hall Mortar Board: Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Spanish Club: Sigma Delta Pig W.G.S. Ex- ecutive Council f3, 41 g Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day CI, 2, 35 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key Eeiaaxoa Louise Swaxsos. .. .,.. Plainfield Commerce AfL"lll?IfiI1g Gamma House Phi Chi Theta, House President 141 : Produc- tion Staff, "Twelfth Night", "The Warrior's Husband", Accountancy Club Honors Day fl, 23 XViAI.'I'l5R Eovcaao Sxvfmso N ........ AI!!-Q'll-'00if Commerce zllmmgenlwzt State Teachers College: University of Minne- sota Faro Em' 5W'IxI5'I', lit. ....... Milzmnkee, ll"i.r. Division of Special Services Cwznflrrre Sigma Alpha Epsilon Marketing Club Northern Illinois State Teachers: North- western University ELISABETH Guacis Svaixuca. .. .... Cbimgo journalism Radio Cagle Hall Northwestern University, Morgan Park Junior College THEODORE Eroisxn Sw' 'ri ja ..... De Land Ag . G Second Li ' t, y B' .. Biarrit n IJ sity Joi-rx Davin Srnoxv. ...,... Rockford Division of S Services Gefzenil Theta Delta Chi Ma-Winn-Da : Pierrots: Illini Union Committee CZ, 31 : Cast, "Three Penny Opera", "Beggar on Horseback", "Seventh Heavenng Produc- tion Staff, "The Alcestis of Euripidesn ,"The Beautiful People" Arrsox NIILLAR Svaiox ...... .... C birfzgo Education Xjmuirb Lowell Hall Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Delta Pig French Club Honors Day Q25 North Park College Noiusiuvr IWIICHAEL SZUKALA. .. . .Crymzl Lake Commerce Mrlrkeling Marketing Club MJ Stanford University Roiuaai' ,loms Szuisici ,,.. , ....... ,.Chirngfr Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Lau' Phi Kappa Tau Interiraternity Executive Council Rui H 'Ar.Bo'rT ..... 0 Commerce fi-Jwzucl zllnmigunzent Phi thi Theta: Illini Union Committee il, Zi jcxii Dororuis TANCK ,......... Ivillllllllglnll Agriculture Hofpifal Divlefiir Evans Hall Home Economics Club Joliet -Iunior College .'kR'IHUR il-IFFIN TANNER ..........., Marion Division of Special Services Pre-l.a1r Theta Chi Banking Club: junior Bar Association Southern Illinois Normal University Gm' Euxvmiu 'I'ANNi5R. .,..... .. ,Gull-omffz Agriculture flgI'iL'llllI1I'lI! EL'0lIUl1lfl'.i' Lookout Manor House President HJ: Agricultural Club ll, 2, 33: Agricultural Economics Club Ml Griaxxxoou tjuaarias TAN'roN, JR., Casrfnorirz Division of Special Services Agl'f7ll0lIlJ' am! Geology Delta Phi Pershing Rifles: Agricultural Club: House President 153 : Interfraternity Executive Coun- cil I3. -il Max Iimiirxo TARBLI3. ...... .... P uri.: Commerce A rmruzlazzry Pershing Ritlesg Men's Glee Club fl. 2, 31g Accountancy Club 12, 3, 45: German Club 12, 51 3 Marketing Club C3, 41 University ot' Chicago Aw-qw Q Bli'i"1'v Loulsii TATI5 ................ Le Roy Liberal Arts and Sciences Emxzomicr Evans Hall The Daily Illini fllg W.A.A. tl, Zjg Illini Union Committee 12, 31 HIILIEN FRANCIS TAT12 .......,.,..... Girard Liberal Arts and Sciences French Beta House French Club: Spanish Club: Production Start, 'beggar On Horseback" Blackburn College .I u.oi'iai.ixiz il'A'l'MAN ....... .. .Siilell journalism fla'1'er1iri1zg Gamma Phi Beta Torch: The Illio fl, 2, SJ Q Production Stall, "Romeo and Juliet", "Pride and Prejucliceng Orchesis l:RANt,liS MARY TAYLOR .... Murlinrrilltf. N. j, Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Science Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Production Staff, "Beg- pzars On Horseback", "Pirates of Penzance", "I-Slithe Spirit", "Six Characters in Search of an Author" Honors Day ll. 23 HOXY'AIi'l'H ERXVIN TAYLOR ....,.,. Hamm Ciry Agriculture Genera! Minaxva I.odge Honors Day ill l,i.ovu fiI.IN'I'ON TAYLOR ,,,.. .... i Hr. Ifwzan Engineering Mechanical E?1giIIL'6l'f?Ig Sigma Phi Delta House President I-U: First Regimental Band 423 XVAiix1a'1'.-x il'AYl.OR ..,........ ..,. I Vnmgfz Agriculture Home .Ermzomicr Medea Phi Upsilon Omicron 13, 43: Home Eco- nomics Club fl, 2, 5, 41: The Agriculturist rl, 23 Honors Day fl, 3, 351 University ot' Illinois Scholarship Key ATHA Llin TIZHON. ,. .. ,,............ Urbmm Fine and Applied Arts Paiazling Kappa Kappa Gamma Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag Mask and Baubleg Arepog Illustratorsg Concert Band Honors Day ll, Z, 515 University of Illinois Scholarship Key 125 ALFoNso Ti2i.i.Bz .... Bognm, Colombia, S. A. Engineering Chemical Engineering Universidad Nacional cle Colombiag Bow- doin College MAR'1'HA JANE TELLING .,... ...Elmlmi-.il Agriculture Gefzciwl Zeta Tau Alpha XV.A.A. f41 MARX' Fimxciis 'l'HoMu'i'z ..... ,..... C laimgf, Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Med Busey Hall Omega Beta Pig Der Deutsche Vereing Con- cert Band Q41 Honors Day Q51 Mundelein College ALLES ARTHUR Tifromvsom, ,.Do1me1-r Grow Engineering Agricultural Efigineei-img A.S.A.E,1 A.S.C.E. joi-rx Axniuaw Tuomvsox ....,.... Elnzimoti Agriculture Vnmlional Agricul1uv'e Alpha Zetag Alpha Tau Alpha Honors Day Q11 Nisir PIUFFMAN THOMPSON, JR.. .ML Ifwfwu Commerce Acronntaury FRANCES E1,A1NE Tick ........, Pfzdnmlv, Ki. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau The Illio 1113 House President 1413 Illini Union Committee f11g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet f31g Sophomore Pan'Hellenic Council JAMES GLIINN THON ............,. Ont Pink Physical Education Pbyrical EtI'llf!Ifl0I1 Theta Xi Freshman Varsity Football Squad DePauw University 126 E t fi -7 - . , ,l 'l .- 4525 r i i. Wu A W l,. - i t' it A of f f . f .gf 5' ,rc p -1' 5 t if 32? fatal' f ZL 0 if in R- ' -, m yr, f W in f ff fwe,J, ' may wig., eiegwf-V 'x. .Mt ,., ,f ,gif Q lx if ,M in i A i if ik 2? ae' f Q A .iii 1,9 Af, W ri ft , --V ix, 18, r' '2,2f,iii':5:"I'i5',S . ,, ' 0:2535 5 la w Lois Ei.1zAm3'rH 'I'HURoW .... ..,. I '07'k1'lllE' journalism Aa'1'i'1'ri.ri17g Achaea l.l7ON DAVID TrKui.sP.1 ....... .... I oliet Engineering Metallurgy Tau Nu Taug A.S.M.g M.I.S. MARIE IoNi3 TILLEY ......,....,..... Haney Liberal Arts and Sciences Hillary Locke Manor W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg House Presi- dent C31g Production Staff, "King Lear", "Alcestis", "Beggar On Horseback", "Pirates of Penzance", "Blithe Spirit" Thornton Junior College GLORIA Tirurirri ....... . ....,,.... Chimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Wlahina HELEN Toon ................,... Hill-infra Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Busey Hall Blackburn College Lois JEAK TODD ..,. . ..,.....,. Louinille j rna 1 ' fferliri g Alpha ' Ome Milli ersit How ARD RICHARD z .. .. ., ...... Aran Agr re Vomlional Agriculture Agricultural Club Wlestern Illinois State Teachers College 'l'oNr Rosis Toiviic ,......... ..... .... B 1 'ymzl' Liberal Arts and Sciences Erzglirla Gamma House Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day fl. 2, 51: University of Illinois Scholarship Key SHnu.r5Y ANNE TOMISIEK .......,.... Bw-ii-yi Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryfbnlogy Leeman Lodge Alpha Kappa Delta: Psi Chi: Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 31: Production Stati, "Twelfth Night"g Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day 11, 2, SJ: University of Illinois Scholarship Key Morton junior College Daxiifi. PHILIP 'l'0RMUHI.IiN ....... Rffrlzfai-J Division of Special Services Geueml Caisson Club: Omega Beta Pi: Captain. lini- versity Brigade Honors Day 115 Main' aoixxitix ,......... i Arts anrl Sciences ,Yl7r1l1f,wi1 Kappa De ta Torch: Shi-Ai: Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu: Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: XV.A.A. II. 2. 5. -ll: NYl.A.A. Numeralsg House President 1-IJ : Illini Union Committee Hi Honors Day 11, Z, Bl: University ol' Illinois Scholarship Key RALPH Iroiusrv ...,.,.........,.... ltiiukm Division of Special Services Blrrizitcrr fI1ln1iz1i.rlm1ifo1 mm' lllmmg em if 111 Tau Kappa Epsilon Sachem: Phi Delta Phi: Tribe of Illini: Major I: House President: Intertiraternity Executive Council 13I: Illini Union Com- mittee ISI Wavxis Crnfifoiw 'I'aos'r. .. , l..., lfiitfmir Engineering .I'lei'lv.'1f1iml Ezzgiflfeiizzlg Davin Naiufvxiili, 'I'uxxrc.iufr, Diweujmif, Inuit Engineering Ciril Iirlgiweiiillc Dta Psi A.S,C,E.1 Second Lieutenant, Ifniversity Bri- izade Banuaaa 'Iil'NNIt1.lIflf ..... ...Pmit Commerce illfinecliily Alpha Xi Delta Phi Chi Theta: Der Deutsche Yerein: House President 15, 41: Illini Union Council 133: Illini Union Committee 12. 5, -JI Indiana State Teachers College f,H'XIIlIfS Ritii-rfuur 'I'U1txnms' ,...,.. Ciclllfrllfrl Commerce illmmgefzzviif Sigma Chi Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class: Sophomore Football Manager: Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Golf Squad, Numerals 1333 Varsity Golf Squad 12, 3l, Letter 12, BJ I'-lonors Day 11, EI 1- , . ,' -i , 2.6 .I .ps :si Y. "1" fi: ' 1 if , '12 .ff f J of T 3 ff rf 9 1 X 2 gf I: + is 11 , f I gf we to ' Tir aff ' H J, ..., se y M. f , J -9 at ' Viv?- 3l Joi-IN XVINTIER Tifaxaurr.. .Der zlloiuff. Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbiloropby Men's Residence Hall Navy Glee Club 12, 31 g Phi Beta Kappa Illinois State Normal University' Axrra MAY 'I'UrzNiaR ..,............., Baller Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Erwmmiixr -I-H House Torch: Phi Upsilon Oinicron: House Presi- dent 1-lj: W.G.S. Executive Council 12, 3, -II: Star Course, Board of Managers 12, 314 University Chorus 1I, ZI: Cast, "The Sor- cerer" IZi,izaiuf'i H ANNE 'l'UaNiaa. .......,. Riwvrirfe Fine and Applied Arts C ofllzllwfifll Design Presbyterian Hall Illustrators Honors Day 13l MacAlester College jofxxxiz 'laiamra .......,,........,, Ili-imna Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Alpha Theta Illio-Soto 123: Illini Union Committee 155 Roioarcr ,IAMIZS 'I'uaNi2a .........,.... Paxzwz Liberal Arts and Sciences Cl1emic.f11 EfI.2iflPt'1'III4Q Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Lambda Upsilong Sigma Tau: Omega Chi Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day 11, Z, Eli University ol' Illinois Scholarship Key Rom-:ii'1' BERNARD il'URI-'IN .,.,........ Chicago Physical Education Playriczll Edzzcalizm Central Y.M.C.A. College Ki svox S'1'fxxr.iaY 'I'w'if12niai.i. .... c,111illlV1l'l Ciig Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Delta Tau Delta First Regimental Band 113 DePauw University 'I'HoMAs l'lI3NRY 'I'xvr'rcHiai.r., ja., flrlifzglffii. ,II1i.f,i', Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirmrj Sigma Nu House President 13, -II 1 Interfraternity Execu- tive Council 12I g Tribe of Illini 12. 35 : Freshman Varsity Ice Hockey: Varsity Ice Hockey Letter 12, 51 3 Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Hebron Academy 127 L :A 15. Wk , -X , 'Ar-5 - Ig, lui. f - li ii l It -15943 ' . me .sf l l 15' - Q i 1 I.fff.i'1ff-1. . 2 M1125 55 A ' EU' ' Ml lily nw I :Sir .I 123 iflif V731- .i . f Ir, . , II, Vg any lc I?-.A ' I A Y l- i-. f ,Lg -.I r- :I ', 1 ,?,1g':. -rrizgi-1 I Igugl, I5 ii i ' Ii f, Ing.. 4,11 Itrfiizfrtr' fy!--,L . 5 ' VJ, lf-'Q " r , . , II' ,I 1 M . li I IS?- l1 ,A I xp: gn .1- ' V ....l..i1..........1i. I lr , , i , I. iii, I Il IL, wp: I,A,l.,. ,A ,. , DTAYMIY ANNA VALLKHTA .......... ll"inrIrilli' Physical Education Phymvil Ednmrimz Fraker House W.A.A, fl, 2, 3, 4JQXV.A.A,NllI11Cl'illS U11 House President Ml DONALD Porriaa VAIL, jun .. .... C.'laiI-fran Engineering zlliefbanirfll Engiweriizg Delta Tau Delta Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day il, Z, 51 Northwestern University ELLKQ EUGENE VANCE, ........,..... Cliumu Physical Education PlJy,riml Ednralion Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescent: Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: Varsity Basketball Squad CZ, 3, -il, Varsity Basketball Letter 12, 3, 41 3 Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Varsity Baseball Squad 13, 41: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day Cl, ll ALarRr JAMFS VAN DER Wnkifr, Lflrblrrild, Ohio Engineering Civil E7Igf7N'l'l'iIlg Chi Epsilon: A.S.C.E. Miami University XVILLIAM DALIQ VANDERHOOIL .. ,,.. 7'oIwm Agriculture Dairy Tecbnolngy Dairy Technology Club: Agricultural Club MARGARET ANN VAN HOOK ........ Ezaf1.I'loI1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Illini Hall I I , Carleton College :K iw .,,. E Z:., ,., I VV ,-Ai w a f is 'gr Q. -my If-7.-3 ,., lV,:7 , tiisi L jAMrs HARRISON VALNII-MN ....... Spiiugfiehf Engineering Meclmniml Ef7gil1l'L'fillg Newman Hall A.S.M.E. EDWIN HAIvIIL'I'oN VAUSE ............ lim-ali: Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi Skull and Crescent: A.I.C.E.g House President Q31 1 lnterfraternity Executive Council Q23 Honors Day ill 128 ALLEN DAVIS VIeAcH ....... ....... I 'ieuna Commerce Blrriimri' Mmmgemifnf Sigma Pi Phi Theta Kappa: Marketing Club: Account- ancy Clubg Concert Bandg University Orches- tra: Second Lieutenant, University Brigade XVentworth Military Academy josiivrr VERCELLINO .........., Mnlkeymwn Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology .loliet Junior College MARY JIQANNE VERDUN. ..,... ,,.. 0 de!! Commerce Edumlion Theta Upsilon Phi Chi Thetag Illini Union Committee fi, All : Accountancy Club 12xIaIANi'rL VFRoARA...Pa11a1m1 Ciilj, Pammza Fine and Applied Arts Arrloilrcrlfre Cosmopolitan Club University of Mexico Waiirifn Vivnerr ,... ....... N fubrille. Tenn, Fine and Applied Arts Ar1'l:'i!m'f11I'nI Diirign Honors Day 12, 53 Tulane University ROBERT DscA'I'Lm Voggggg ...... ...Cicero Fine and Afpliedsfigirts Al'CvaiS!EClI!1Lg . '- . ff . , State Aggblhbcfural glngffIeeI'IfIz,gjT'l'fo'llege ot Czechoslqitfakia 1 ii .fi Ii Lx if i ,A ff ' YP -?x'.':7jyc,m ffstfi ' , Yi H, If any 'I'-Ziftfiffg, if -S I '- :1 L- , El YQX ,-if :rj gijix ff Rorosirr NEIL VoGnNi'i'Nm:g .... .. .Newark Agriculilture General Agrirnllzlre Farm House Alpha Tau Alpha CECILE JEAN Voior ..,,...,.. .... E lgin Commerce Cnrfimerrial Teaching Shawnee Phi Chi Thetag Marketing Club Hrrrx Er.rzArsri'r'H WACKER ..., .. .La Salle Journalism Editorial Alpha Delta Pi Theta Sigma Phig Daily Illini IZ, SI 3 House President I-il: University Orchestra til Arwrzxa Marurs WAur5 .............., Rfimffiil Liberal Arts and Sciences Birclvrialogg Alpha Delta Pi Illini Union Committee 12, in NVard-Belmont College l-lrrr rmxcrs Waoxrarx. .No I lu. e and Applied Arts l.1rrrd,ri'fzfnf fl1'rbilm'l1m Theta Xi Landscape Architecture Cluh: First Lieutenant, Iiniversrty Brigade Rrrssrirr. Warxrrirx Waoxrm .... .,.. P formu- Commerce llflmldgellliilll Pierrots: Mask and Bauble: WILL 45, All: Cast, "Seventh Heaven", "Ropes End". "Blithe Spirit"g Production Staff, "He XY'ho Gets Slappecln, "Twelfth Night" ,lor-rx Marzrrx XVAKELAND .... ...lwv-i Commerce Illllfbffillllj Marrtsrfru' Waxrsmfm . ,............. Di-farm Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Delta The lllio ll, ll 1 Illini Union Committee ll, 2.53 Hrrrfx Mfxnnarrrrr' Warrxo, Illdirrlrajmlix. lml. Liberal Arts and Sciences 5'jmrri.rb Alpha Omicron Pi Mortar Board 3 Torch 3 Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Deltag Senior Manager, Illini Theatre Guildg Mask and Baubleg Arepog Sigma Delta Pig Production Stali, "King Lear", "AlcestiS", "Beggar ,On Horseback", "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin ol Our Teeth" Honors Day il, 2, 35 : University of Illinois Scholarship Key Arrcr' Axx Warrcrarr ......,, ,..G'oliw1ila journalism Erlimrial Delta Delta Delta Kappa Tau Alpha: Theta Sigma Phi1 The Daily Illini 42, 31: House President 1411 Illini Union Council 131g Illini Union Com- mittee t2. 35 Honors Day 12, Sl Sullens College ----f if -. - 9 -' is or. me I 4 ' iii ,, SSW " -s s ei A P WA mfg ,, , J. Q, I 1 mxnw we KX -fm, f We , . is it we i at 6 2 Q if sg, wmv-: , rt' sg 9 i Xa at 7' E3 wife: A-qw , l r , 42 t lf., I---tial iff A . t . ,J Borrrrrrs PHr1.r+Rrt:x WALKER ......., Vw-gerznef Engineering Ciril Errgirreeriug Chi Phi Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.C.E.g First Lieutenant, University Brigade Fr,m'nrf Svrtroxs Wfxrxm ........ Gilfmn City Agriculture Gwreml Nabor House Alpha Zeta 13, -SJ g Agricultural Club: House President H1 1 Honors Day 125 Rorrrfrvr' Warxrirr ., ..,............. Clrrraluo Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-flferliml .lorrx W,-arr.ac.ra ............ .i.. X lwrniwirh Agriculture General I Farm House Scabbard and Blade: Second Lieutenant. Uni- versity Brigade Grirrrtrarxr: Froanxczrz WAr.r.r2R, .Darwin Mrrb. Fine and Applied Arts . I m!n.rfriizl Dicrigzr Harney Manor Union junior' College: University ol' Hous- ton Graoizorc XY7Al,'l'FRS, Ill. . ....., . . .Joliet Commerce Alfrmrgemerrt Sigma Chi lllini Union Committee Ill Beloit College Harem' WARD, JR. ....,......... Gnzuirf Cily Division of Special Services jonrmrlimz Delta Chi The Daily Illini McKendree College THOMAS Nr3r,soN Wanrm, jR,, Cbl7l7Ibf'I'JblH'y. Pmrrr. Division of Special Services filitwllflfdflfj' Accountancy Club Honors Day tl, 21 129 Joi-iN TALLMAN WATERMAN, For! Dodge, Iowa Division of Special Services Naval Science DePauw Universityg Illinois State Normal University SPENCER HUNT WATKINS ..,... Mayield, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences , ' Cbemirtry Chi Psi , House President GJ, First Regimental Band ill I Honors Day f2, 53 Texas Agriculture and Mechanical College KENNETH WATSON . ..... . . . .... Aurora Commerce Marketing Men's Residence Hall Marketing Club 15, 419 Accountancy Club f3, 41 WAYNE WILLIAM WATSON. .Li1fingJran, N. 1. Agriculture Agricultural Economic: Alpha chi Rho Agriculture Clubg Interfraternity Executive Council my Rutgers University WILLIAM ANDERSON WATTS ...... Champaign Commerce Marketing Phi Eta Sigmag Marketing Club Honors Day 111 Indiana University FRED WEAS .................... Norrir City Agriculture General James RUSSEL WEATI-rERs ......... Ridgefarm Commerce Management Pershing Rilies 1215 Marketing Club Mfg Accountancy Club 12, 33 lfoxvcfann MONROE WEBB. .. .. Agriculture Agronomy Mens Residence Hall ....Ewing 130 - 2 l. +35 ' T .Qliefii ri ' 1 av, fa I M . I ., 'A 'T' . .:.-lag.- raa. -i ,a f . .iiirffjisgvrrgf 5 Ig: . ,:.,:gifg?,g:.f:,3 an .f-aka... .1 i . ,, 23 I1 'IM 54,1 I Y II 'Q Q X Sq as 13, -s S A S rx in " an 'N 1 an A . J' . I ei? M' ., f pi.: -- . mum- Qi we I X I L K I ig' t e Igra if i 3 P 'EI joi-IN LEROY WEBB .,............ La G'-range Engineering Civil Engineering Acacia A.S.C.E. RQBERTA MARIE WEBB ............ Harrirburg Agriculture Home Econamirr Busey Hall Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club: Agriculturist Cl, 231 WILL 12, 33 Honors Day fl, 25 CLARENCE WEBER ........... .... B erwyn Commerce Accountancy Granada Club Pierrots: Production Staff, "Three Men On A Horse", "King Lear", "Beggar On Horse- back", "Pirates of Penzance", "Alcestis"g Marketing Club Honors Day 135 Morton junior College MARILYN IZARD WEBER .............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacieriology Kappa Delta Illini Union Committee fl, 255 Orchesis C11 GEORGE WILLIAM WEI-IRLE ......... Cenrralia Engineering Mecbaniral Engineering Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E. Honors Day C35 Centralia Junior College CHARLES WEIGEL, ' .... .......... C birago Liberal ts an Sciences M e ir: Sig Pi House esidenr ' J Univer -. Wisconsin EDWIN STEVEN WEIMAN ............ Chicago Commerce Marketing Tau Delta Phi . Marketing Club: Accountancy Clubg House President Q59 Peabody College RUTH ELIZABETH WEINARD .... ..... L frbana journalism Radio joumalirm Chi Omega Freshman Councilg Mask and Baubleg Arepo: Theta Sigma Phig Cast, "The Warrior's Hus- band", "Guest in the House", "This Property Is Condemned", "Beggar On Horseback", "Alcestis" Honors Day 11, 51 El.I.IOT'I' I.Aw'RFNcI2 WEINBIQRG, Brooklyn, N. Y, Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemi.rlr'y Pi Lambda Phi , Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute Ricnaan Wiemrirt . ................. Chimgfi A Fine and Applied Arts I Commercial Derigri V ii Newman Hall VV ,. Pershing Rirlesg Illustrators: The Daily Illini 1 T K' sg 13, -11: Second Lieutenant, University Bri- 6 . I ,,i . I A ii A-,f I ',,' V . 'flfi ,. i - ff' ' ',V Wir at JY ,tw : , i '. ' 7 ' -' f 1 . DY . L f- Zi. an .4 ,www : E 'f - 'LT'-I:x.Ew""' -- fi 4 , yfeyyym- :Z ff -'gg,15,.rt.a,-,i,,i'-au, .tf CARI. I 1 NERT .......,...... fi Engineering mnazniral Engineering I.A.S. Honors Day L31 Armour Institute of Technology CiliORC5l:'l'TIE ANN Weiss ...... ..,tfbimgf1 journalism Adverzixing Stratford House Daily Illini 111: I'llini Union Committee 12, 51: Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Tnomfxs jmzo Mia WI2I.I.IxIAN, Cuyahoga Fizlfi. Obio Liberal Arts and Sciences Cf707lIi.If1'J' Phi Sigma Xi: Men's Glee Club Kent State University I.rI'rHizn URIAII WIaI.I.s ,,,..., ...Dummi- Agriculture Gciicfnzl Son's Home Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Education Club: Field and Furrow Club .Iames Millikin University AL-Iii XVI-Nskcxas ........,..... Gu0fgv1faIz'11 Physical Education PlJy,riml Efflzivilinii Phi Kappa Psi Ma-XVan-Dag Freshman Varsity Football Squad, Letter: Varsity Football Squad CS, 41, Varsity Football Letter IS, 41 lfniversity ol' Notre Dame Roisisizr I,.fwrIIxI: WIzNzI,A1'If .... ..,, 5 Ifizllfll Commerce .limlrzgwllwil Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Kappa Psi: Accountancy Club: Market- ing Club: The Daily Illini 12, 31: Interfra- ternity Executive Council 621 3 Production Staff, "Beggar On Horseback" Rorsra DIORMAN WES'I'BERG ......... Rockford Commerce Mazmgemmr Theta Chi Accountancy Club: Marketing Club: Freshman Varsity Rifle Teamg Varsity Rifle Team IZ, 31, Letter IZ. 51: I-Iouse President 131 IIIIANKLIN HI'I1If XVli'I'ZliI. .,..,....... G'IlIE'l1rl Liberal Arts and Sciences C bam irlry Xllfcstern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg South East Missouri State College flLIN AIII5I'sI' XY!I2'I'zIaI., ........ Edrmu-1l.r1'iIIe Commerce .flrmniitanry Delta Chi 'Lomahawkj Y.XV,C.A. Cabinet 121g First Regimental Band fl, 21: Accountancy Club Honors Day ll, 31 Moiuus Jaton Wisxiaia ......,,,..., Cliirfigo Division of Special Services Pbilorofiby Mcn's Residence Hall Honors Day 151 1 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key BIf'I"l'Y jiafw XVHALIN ......... ,.,.,. C fhicago Liberal Arts and Sciences .Engliirb Delta Delta Delta The Illio 1213 The Daily Illini 411: Illini Union Committee U1 1 Production Staff, "Heaven Can W:Iit" JIIIN WHIPI-'I.Is ....,.............. Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Sjreecb Kappa Kappa Gamma The Daily Illini 111: Illini Union Council 15, 41: Illini Union Committee tl, 2, 3,11 XVILL 11, 2, 51 : Cast, "Guest in the House"1 Production Stallf. "I'laudia", "Skin of Your Teeth" ANNA l.I?Ii XVHITAIE .......... .... E Mrigbmll Education r1'fn.ric Concordia Sigma Alpha Iotag Concert Band 1313 Uni- versity Orchestra 151 Ronifrci' BERNARD WHITE .,.. .... I K'af.rekfz Commerce Aiwzznzmrlcy Men's Residence Hall Phalanx 131 XVILLIANI CURRY Wurrmacx. .Lr.ti11g1w1, Ky. Engineering Eleclriml Efzgifieer-ing University of Kentucky LOLAMME WHITLEY ,.....,.. ..... I erfeyrillr Liberal Arts and Sciences HiIf01'j' Norma LEE W1-r1'rroN .............. Tolm-ri Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction 4-H House Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Classg Zeta Phi Etag Arepog W.A.A. 122 3 Illini Union Board MJ, Illini Union Council Gig Illini Union Committee fl, Zlg WILL QU, Production Staff, "King Lear", "Three Men On A Horse", "Beggar On- Horseback", "Pirates of Penzance", "Alcest1s" Honors Day QU HERBERT RUSSEL WICKENDEN. .oxfw-iz, Ohm Engineering General Engineering Beta Theta Pi Phi Eta Sigmag Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q31 5 Men's Glee Club 143 Miami University MARX' LOUISE WIDENER ..,......... Alnzmfiu Liberal Arts and Sciences Geolngy Delta Zeta I.A.E.S.g A.S.T.M.g Cyclathem Club f-U 3 Illini Union Committee C43 g Production Staff, "Blithe Spirit", "Six Characters in Search of an Author" University of Alabama ROBERT ERLR WIFN ................ Ijbimxqfi Division of Special Services Management Zeta Beta Tau Northwestern University MARIAN HAL1: WIESNER .............. Pear-in Liberal Arts and Sciences Snriology Stephens College SAMUEL VUIGODNER ................ Cbirrrga Division of Special Services Political Srienrc Men's Residence Hall XVilson Junior College 132 f 1 V P' t J if X i 'ia-f WL i f a ' 'r if 'K ,L ifiif! iam r. i- -- Yau' '- ifiv-rv A ,1"'k-5 ,i 5? eiYf" ..,rJ.Y,4m, B "BY 1"-.mfg Q!-his . 7-' ,ififrfv . fgf 'i in , li is 3 5 er gl 2 Z, .1 'kg x .lonx XVILEY ....' ......... B ridgejwfr, Conn. Commerce flCL'0lH1!t17lC-Q' Marketing Club: Accountancy Club Fmxcrs DELIWAR WILKEN ..... .... D rznfmrffi Agriculture General Luther House Alpha Zetag Alpha Tau Alphag Plateau and Drum Cl, 2, 31 3 Agricultural Club fl, 2, 5, 47 1 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day C21 MASON WILKES .....,.......,..... Cbirfigc. Liberal Arts and Sciences Erlglirb Alpha Phi Alpha The Daily Illini 123 Clark College Romrnr WILKIE ...r....... , . .C'himgo Education Playsrirul Education Freshman Varsity Football Squad Rum' KIETZMANN VUILLEY ....... ...Ifunm Agriculture General Home EL'071fJ771iL',l' Kappa Beta W'omen's Glee Club 155 I HELEN MARIAN LIA ........,, Cfzirfigo Fine a ' App d Arts umm in erig 1 Eva Ha Society Illust Honors s Drury Colleg MARY CAROLYN WIL s. . .Cl7ll'l1,2f1 Ilriirliri Fine and Applied Arts Archifeffure Gamma Phi Beta Iowa State College DONALD ERNEST Wirrio, Sl!ZI1f0l'd'l'iH8. N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbyricr Brown Universityg Drew University CAROL WINIFRIED WII.I.Is ..... Wenwn Sfiiriffigi Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Sigma Kappa Production Staff, "Twelfth Night", "Male Animal" CoNsI'aNcIz JUNE WII.Ls .,.. ,... I Dauiflli Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega The Illio Ill 1 lllini Union Committee tl, Zi Bisviaaii ' WYILSON ......... I ral Arts and Sciences Eazglirb Erlumfimz Alpha Delta Pi Lyons Township junior College KENNIFIH l.ICH'l'lli XVILSON..Lzll?cl4'l1fnf. Ohm Fine and Applied Arts Arcbileclzzrc Western Reserve: University of Michigan Rov CjaLvIN XVILSON .......,,...,..., jfilii 1 Engineering Mecbmziml E!l4Qj1lz"!'Vi1Z4H joliet junior College WILLIAM Momzois XVILSON. . . .01-lamlfi. lfliz. Division of Special Services Efltomology Honors Day Cl, Z, 313 University of lllinofs Scholarship Key University of Florida Domus Wiuxua WII.'roN, ....... ....,. , 1111011 Liberal Arts and Sciences Hitlaij Toledo University Paul, DWAYNIQ hVINC'Hl2S'l'liR .,..,.... Iii-bmi: Engineering Mecbmziml ElI4ZiNL't'7'iI1ILj Varsity Track Squad Gl J A.S.M,E, University ot Notre Dame IXLIIIIE El.lZAlilE'l'H XWlNSI.OYi', . .Hfizmib1il. Mo Liberal Arts and Sciences Baflerinlo,vy lalannibal-LaGrange College RAI PII HIINRI' XYflNSl.0W'.. .Twvv Huzmf. Iml. Liberal Arts and Sciences C.'ben1i.ifi-y Indiana State Teachers College Viizipi Nm l,i-I XVI N'I'lill5i, ....,.... Hur .wifi zlfir journalism Rdzffn Evans Hall CiliOIlt5li HLNRY WIIr'I'H ......... NL'II',"lll7l71i Division of Special Services Erm1nr11ic,f Sigma Nu Skull and Crescent: Phi Mu Alphag Basketball Managership C21 1 Concert Band f2l 1 First Regimental Band fl l DoNai.n Wrsii ..,....,.......... C.'b1mffm1,ui1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Srlriofogy Alpha Kappa Lambda Sachemg lntertraternity Executive Council Cl 1 Concert Band IZJQ Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 42, 3. 4l1 Y.M.Kf.A. Board of Directors f3l liiaviarzm' RliNl:l3 vUl'l'lZNhKY ,....,..,. Clvirayaff Liberal Arts and Sciences Spiwrli Phi Sigma Sigma The Daily lllini tll: Illini Union Lum- mittee IZ! : Production Staff, "Three Men On A Horse", "Pride and PreiIIdice" RILHARD Gan. WI'l"I'lf .........,... Dale. lml. Division of Special Services Gcneml Indiana State Teachers College RAPHAITI. XVOLF , .,,....,... .... C 'Zviri1,w Commerce Il'lIll'bl'fiI1g Alpha Epsilon Pi House President 15. 'Hg Marketing Club 13. 41 133 Moxiif ALIYRICD Woufsox. ,New York. N. Y. Commerce flflurkeling Marketing Club: Freshman Varsity Football Squad New York University: johns Hopkins Uni- versity Moimis Woiix .........,., ..., C laimgfi Engineering Melallmgy Mwnims LYNN XVUMACK ,...... Grruufe Cily journalism Radio Fireside The Daily Illini 131 XVestern Kentucky State Teachers College: St. Louis University ,Iii K Wont: .......,..,......... Senath, Mo. Division of Special Services Lmzrlimpe Avclyilecture Alpha Rho Chi Honors Day Q35 Missouri State Kollege Hoon Wizssox XV!ooDtgoc1c..Fredonm. N. Y. Engineering EIBFIYILYII Engineering A,I.E.E. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 'IUHN P.-vriutix Woous ....... .. .Cbirrign Engineering Ciril Engineering A.S.C1.E. Siizvuifx 'l'i-iifouoitiz VVORLAND ...,,... Neagrz Liberal Arts and Sciences Ei-fnzfmlirr Alpha Tau Omegs Honors Day C13 Fruxris BI.-KRION XVRIGHT, JR ,... P1q1i.1. Obiu Engineering Crrrmiir EllgiIl68Vfllg Phi Kappa Psi Sgiclicmg Skull and Crescent: Keramosg Persh- ing Rifles: A.C.S.g The Daily Illini 11, Z, 311 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors IJLIY ill 13-l 1 i ,,, , ., ,, ev. 4 i IQ fi we law, ,,.. M 'yi' ,ir li gil li i , gy' L 6 eil 2 , ia QM s Y 4-. M, ik i Z' if 'ff Q' V We t i K' i fi gill Q iiilsumg' if img me Q, f Q i 1 I ' 3 J : on F I 1 by . i.,9,eW wr! Qt 2 fy, 3 X fr Jw ', ic JG ig, A as 1: ' fi yi r 5 AJ 'xx M, n v 1 ,la 1 , E My Ji 4 2 f 5' . 41? M 91351 fl. r f ' fi 2.1: fri t 4 i l H ,..,,,- V 1 , :f . uf fvriwwg 1 f Z .,i:. ,, . A . , ,wzrf 'f?vil'8" , , M3i,.?,er,,,s, 9 ' NEW' r Tiiiii--MIA ,.. sr Y,-f,i,,i,,, 1 1 fi - jimi' f .,e2?sw i 'fimsiw twigs-w-iv , r 5- , rifglmf , ,ug-:g.:gg5hii ax: l Suiivifi. Diruiifv WllIUH'I' ...... . ...Marion Engineering Elerfrzrizl ,Engineering tl.irk House A.l.E.E.3 Concert Band fl, Z, N1 Men's Lilee 1 luh YZ! Sitiitzix' Avx W'Rlt,HI .......,, AlrLmmharo Education ' ,lllfiir Cfhi Omega NXfomen's Glee Club GI: University Chorus 13. -il Honors Day f-ll Stephens K ollege Pl4'llCR Y.xiuioi.UK ...,...... .... A rgo Engineering iIIt'L'f7:llIiL'dl E11gir1ri'r'i11g Men's Residence Hall A.S.M.E. Staintorcl Universityg Yztle Unixexsity Woomtoxv YONTS ,........ White Plains, Ky. Division of Special Services Agriuiflturfrl Eronamirr Alpha ight Rho Agriculture Cluh Honors Daly ll b Doim'i'Hx' C.-KROLYN YAKLEY..D0lw1erJ Gmzfe Agriculture Home Ecanamin Alphri Phi The Daily Illini IZ, 313 Illi-ni Union Com- mittee ill joiwxia Surinam. Y , .......... Clf'f!'4lg0 1 Sciences P y Lihernl Ur bam: Drxvin I.ifixfis Xou ........ .. Division of Special Services Economics 9 Hifxizv CI..-XYTON Youxc ...,., Fmukforz, Kg. Fine and Applied Arts flrrbifurlzzre Triangle House President 4-tl University ot Kentucky JEAN El.IZAl3lE'l'H YOUNG ,........... Chit-algo Physical Education Plyyfiral Education Leeman Lodge W.A.A.g House President 145 Honors Day 131 XVright -lunior College PHx'i.i.1s SCHELL YOUNG ....,,....... Urbmm Liheral Arts and Sciences Hirtory Rom- YOUNG ...,. L journalism fld1'ef!iJi11g Alpha Delta Sigma: XVILL f3l 1 Secontl Lieu- tenant, University Brigade I-Ionors Day HI Rox' Waifriaa Yrxiuait ......,....,.. Cbinzgu Engineering Iilw'lr'iml Engineering Illinois Institute ot' Technology ELI i X Zaaiii ,. ............. .. .C'bin1,qa journalism A!f1'6!'ffJi?2g Busey Hall The Daily Illini tl, All Mundelein follege brmxxia Zi-1 Hams ......... ,.,, C fliimgo Education Hivlfnij lx ria Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day ll. 2, 31 Rir,u.-ini: Mokiurl. ZVHR. Nftrgrmr Frrllf. N. Y. Engineering Iilirrlricnl EI1giIIt't'l'i7Ig Nortlmestern University, University of Michigan S.'ii.i.Y ANN Zititwiaici-r .,......,... Hfrllyimod Liberal Arts and Sciences P.fjt'bffIuq'i The Daily Illini 155 Wfashington University' qi S K . - lg. J . i I ' - fs 'fii3'171 . ri B 'iw If Q., ' 7 1 2'-si r 1 L: j .I isggizf ' 5 :s.f.v....5ir-Q ,,.ar-,af , sf.-,-tc-ie: NIITCHIZLI. lation ZIARKO ..... .,.. I .bmigff Commerce flU'0IUIllU1L'J' Alpha Kappa Psiz Accountancy flluh XVli.im Kbutoi. ZILM .,.....,.,...,.,,. llrllllfl Fine and Applied Arts Pnimirrg Hillcrest Illustrators: XYl.A.A.: XV.A.A. Numerals: House President 421: WXfomen's Glee Club I l I Honors Day ll, il Eaino ZIMKONKIE ......,..,. .... I Wilrrmlb Agriculture Floricrilllzre liloriculture Club 125 XVestern Illinois State Teachers' College Norma Gizxia Ziivrmiziuttax .....,,.. Pinrfielfl Liberal Arts and Sciences Gkwgnlphj Leeman Lodge Torchg The Illio ll. ll: Protluction Stall, "Pride and Prejudice" EVISLYN Louisiz Zoixizi. ......, ...jfflrt-1 Agriculture Hf1,i'f7fl:1f Dftffc'Ift'i Evans Hall College of St. Francis Lois Emixii Zoixxits ..,,.......,. llfwluzmfirl Fine and Applied Arts il'In.rir Eflllftllilill Presbyterian Hall Sigma Alpha Iotag Concert Band tl, Z, 3, 43 : University Orchestra ll, 1, 5l Z Production Stalf, Pinaforeu, "The Snrcei'ei"', "Pirates of Penzance" Thornton junior Ifolleg-3 Nom ZW-'isalx .... ........ , .. .Bwux. N. Y. Education .Ilmir University Orchestra 14a Brooklyn College FRANCIS THIELL Sfxaipsors, . . .. .Blaominxrgmu Division of Special Services Erigiuerrirrg Phi Gamma Delta Interfraternity Executive Council University ot Arizona 135 w?m i37 Charles C. Caveny Dean The Chicago Undergraduate Division of the Univer- sity of Illinois was established at Navy Pier as part of the program of the State to meet its share of the na- tional emergency in higher education, resulting from the overwhelmingly increased demand for instruction at the University level. A city amusement center converted into a Navy Training School during the wartime emergency, Chicago's familiar landmark-Navy Pier-now houses educational facilities for 4,000 freshmen and sopho- mores. We are proud that this new division could be established to provide educational opportunities for NAVY PIER this additional number of students, both veterans and non-veterans, in the Chicago area. Courses at the freshman and sophomore levels are offered in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Commerce, and the College of Engineering. including courses in Architectiire. The new Undergraduate Division in Chicago, through its educational, social, and cultural programg will strive to provide its student body with the same fine opportunities for development which have been so long a part of the University's tradition. CHARLES C. CAVENX' Dean 138 ,5 Edwin A. XYollcsnn Ruth E- l-CiICl1 Warren O. Brown Dean of Smdezzry 199071 Of lV 0711611 .-Ivring Dean of Men Although lacking the familiar elm-bordered Broad- walk in Urbana, students on the unique water-bound campus at the Chicago Undergraduate Division at Navy Pier nevertheless share the traditions of the University of Illinois. Through Dean Wolleson's office pass all matters dealing with student welfare-health service, physical education, student committees and organizations, and social functions. Navy Pier's Dean of Women, Miss Leitch, acts not only as a counsellor to freshman and sophomore women, but is also director of social and cultural activities. Dean Brown, in his dual capacity as Acting Dean of Men and Director of the Division of Special Serv- ices for War Veterans, has as his special responsibility both veteran and non-veteran men students-over 85 per cent of the Pier's enrollment. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences olfers work at the freshman and sophomore level in eighteen of the twenty-three areas offered at Urbana. The course offerings include required work in pre- medicine, pre-dentistry, chemistry curriculum and chemical engineering, as well as the more general work in pre-law, pre-journalism, and the teacher training curricula. The first two years of study in the College of Com- merce correspond exactly with that work oH:ered in the lower division at Urbana. The College of Engineering is meeting the heavy postwar demand for technical education by offering the first two years of training in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and other Engineering cur- ricula, as well as curricula in Architecture and Archi- tectural Engineering. Robert P. Hackett .HH1'0lKl ll'- Bfllleb' Randolph P. I-Ioelscher Axxocinfe Deafi of Cmzxmerre -'I-U'Uf'1f176' 139071 Qi I-1b6'1'11l AW-V .-imociate Demz of Eizgineering L and Sciences 139 Construction at the Pier First Faculty Meeting Dedication Thc Cafeteria Between Classes Recreating REGISTRATIQN 2 . E. QW: N- f 532 . NAVY PIER STUDIES .. MW llununmlumu -X -X- i l I Frederic R. Hamilton Dean To University of Illinois students: From Wherever you have come, veteran or civilian, man or Woman, greetings. Here we are together shar- ing our experience in the unique University of Illinois, the Galesburg Division, proposed, created, and put into operation in less than thirty days. With your continued cooperation, ingenuity, devotion, and loyalty we will make this a pleasurable, profitable, educational experi- ence, setting the proper standards and patterns for those to come next year. The academic procedures have been determined for us at Urbana-but we welcome gout constructive suggestions for innovations that will GALESBURG make possible the most harmonious relations as We live together in this, the best equipped supplementary edu- cational facilities in the United States in the year of 1946-47. Your spirit, your assistance, your interest, your ability, your leadership have contributed greatly to make this year a happy one for all of us, students and staff. With best Wishes to all of you for always. Sincerely yours, FREDERIC R. HAMILTON Dean 146 M. J. Galbraith VVilliam J. English i Director of Student Ufeifarc Bzlsinexs Manager gf L. O. Kerwood Cleft? Miss Lois S. Herran Executive and Recorder Assistant Q L. G. Hernechech Dr, H, Lawder Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Director of Student Health Service .1 77 , ,,, , .Y Y, , .1 r K '.mHHmfSs.,, ,f I s S Q 'Kiwi . 1' ,. wi E1 , , iff? iff! 2: W' ? s 1 34. 5 -fijjfgm gm Yi --2, i:E'x ? U xxx! Q ,wif u. lv. 7 . z -, K . Vg! f Q .K A! - 1 Nu 55 ,g if X , ,13- Emi xl K xr' xg .www -m af is 1, 1- , il Q 5 5 3? 2 gs ,. f V ' 1 x 6 h 1 an ,wgifw ,ew g eg, 1 mslgsgff wx 4? .AEE Qs fm, , 5 1 2 N? . . Y , , ,L ,,,m.J2,33i5N 1'yv kqihwf . ,--- , H3 W. , Qmmgi, 4 img. .,- iq, f , - -iw X 'mmf QW..mW.,, 'wwf z W M ' , A ! u . :N A v- ' vm, f WS .MMWMMG ,MMM M WM. -xfimdntt iNF?"' I VMS 2 ' IVY Aff" . fa, gwwimfy . 2 -ew 3 P ' K Q f T an-Mmamw Q A. .. , 'H ww- - g gggfig A ,. -2 - f ' k Q21 - f' X -, 4 ' K M k X J,-,Qs 5 k f 5 !3f!4I'3f"riQ,- , . .' -Igpyfx, W , . fzfifwz-riff-vfsffifrf Q q f Y" ,fi4ifmf.fr - X 2 mr.--'few X . ' I--by ,Q 2':W?'l- M .. , xl Ek N 4iST?K?H!fW1 an M f ff xfffx l QA : fffxia , 2,5 iifififgg' ffl? 1. V , 4 f 1 ' ' , if 1 S 2 .2 we, ,K , W' A by , AX L L,,,. M,..,,,u,.. 3 - W ' gg X w Andrew C. Ivy Vice-President The University of Illinois Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, and Pharmacy, its Research and Educa- tional Hospitals QThe General Hospital, The Eye and Ear Infirmary, and The Surgical Institute for Chil- drenj, and its affiliated institutions QThe Illinois Neu- ropsychiatric Institute, The Institute for Juvenile Re- search, and Rush-Presbyterian I-Iospitalj form a vital part of the growing Medical Center on Chicago's near west side. The University's clinic serves an average of 350 outpatients daily, its hospital beds will be increased from 503 to 723 by a new 156,300,000 hospital addition already started, its professional colleges accommodate 1,500 students, its postgraduate program offers train- ing in a dozen specialized fields, its graduate program l CHICAGO a PRCFESSICDNAL CCDLLEGES offers training leading to advanced degrees in every department in the College of Medicine and in several specialties in the Colleges of Dentistry and Phar- macy, its curriculum includes specialist training for nurses, occupational therapists, and medical illustra- tors. This wide teaching and treatment program serves the student, the veteran, the citizen, and humanity in many fields and in many ways. Quite as valuable to all of these is the ever-expanding research program which seeks to find the causes and to prevent the oc- currence of diseases which aHIict man and lessen his contribution to society. Research must be the watch- word in the steady advance of the healing arts. ' Research and Educational Hospital 152 ! . ' , ff S Sl, , , f W f . 14 i Archway into Quadrangle ,psf uf Cornerstone of the Original College "Mother Protecting Her Child From Disease" Hospital Entrance ' in, Q was v . l Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute I . 5 1 Z s 5 Research and Educational Hospital 1 Cook County Hospital Miss Bullwinkcl and Miss Lennarson CHICAGO ILLINI UNION STAFF Social Miss Elizabeth Bullwinkel. . . ............ Director Miss Rita Fisher ................. Assistant Director The Chicago Illini Union during the past five years has grown into the center of all student and faculty activities. Policies are set by the Chicago Illini Union Board which consists of three faculty members and three students Cone from each college respectivelyj. All activities are planned by the three student com- mitteesASocial, Music, and Exhibit. The members of Food Miss Margaret Johnson ........ ........... D irector Mrs. Helen Bowman ............. Asszszfmzt Dzrector these committees are selected from the petitions of application which they voluntarily submit. The suc- cess of the Union Building activity programs which have become more and more popular each year is directly due to the planning and initiative of these student committees. STUDENT SOCIAL COMMITTEE Stafzding: Tapp, Yow, Edwards, Lipton, Barnstable, McLaughlin Served: Sword, Lmhart, Beach, Bullwinkel, Resell, johnson, Traub 156 CHICAGO ILLINI UNION Entrance - Union Building MUSIC COMMITTEE Bark Row: joel Richert, Gerald Revman, Harold Goodman, Gerald Rowitch Front Row: Martin Pilot, Robert Green, Betty Bullwinkel Nat in Panel: Ralph Hudson, Donald Lindsay EXHIBIT AND DISPLAY COMMITTEE Barber, Risvold, Markelz, Lansing, Ortiz fig, 'D ' e 1 V . 5 gs 3' M 4 2 5 , M- 2- ., i 7 f ,f if P Y 1 1 3 f Xl Q f, 1- I w- f if. 173 g, . , J.-f KA 2 ,7 Za- s ' , ff ' M if my WW Wx Aff ff fi Y V . , . , ,M , , 1 ' J , I, K We 3 I Q11 sgff W5 fl' 98 K 53' ' N :'v. A 33 nf x 1. Q "' wr xg if 5 . ., V 5 5 zf W, K f viii? it V 11 4 ww ' V.: -f Y if in 'EW I. ,. 3 aim R5 , U ,gs 9 Iv W w , Lk , "T nf L f' g .yr P ' if Q4 R ' f Q W ,AW X 5 waWwi4 1 .di " V .N g 2 L1 f A . QE, -' 7.2325 , N V 5,35 , W I SML wx A ff 5 .4 rwffy sf --ff uf. x, Aww V .g -,125 E K .L ' .g, 'i- . ,:' QW K 5? ,., " ,E . 1 -.M 'LI-v, 411 m : ,FL ,,., .gf,.. - ,wg w naw-H . ,MA, .,- - 4 xv? i lm' iw x 8' 3 N m1, i in fx. . Q ,pry gk A ,N ,, 4 fe S I x X xl X ,vw 1 SQYILE A I B 5. 7 fi! K Gio. i Wi- "' ' gb ii 5 'I E Q 4Afff1fWs1z Q ' Z .. ! ,ik tri .. K C . 7, ...' .. , fl 111 f- ., 1 if K x , fe, Ji. ' L, , 5 1- Allan G. Brodie, D.D.S., Ph.D. Acting Dean of the College and Professor and Head of the Departvzzent of Orthodontia With the end of the war and the discontinuance of the accelerated program the College of Dentistry ex- pected a considerable reduction in applications. Many applicants with higher scholastic records than in any previous year, however, permitted the admission of a full class of seventy, having a class scholastic aver- age above 3.5. A large proportion were attracted to dentistry through their experience while acting as as- sistants to dentists in the service. Applications for the next two years indicate a continuance of this interest- gratifying situation in view of the great need for dentists. Demand for postgraduate courses on the part of dentists who have been in the service has led the College of Dentistry to offer courses extending through a period of three months to two different COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY groups since the first of May. Another is scheduled to start the first of january. Ten men selected from 400 applicants entered the graduate courses in Orthodontia in September. Others are enrolled for advanced courses in pedodontia, histology and therapeutics. Dr. Allan Gibson Brodie was born in New York City in 1897, and received his D.D.S. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1919. He studied at the Angle College of Orthodontia in Pasadena, and joined the faculty of the University of Illinois in 1929. Dr. Brodie received his Master's degree in 1934, and became head of the Department of Orthodontia in 1936. He received his doctorate in anatomy in 1940. He was appointed Acting Dean of the College of Dentistry on September 1, 1944. Operative Dispensary 160 , . diff' I 'M J' .A..,M,W S D DENTAL ROUNDUP Dr. Spence - Operative Dt. Gerlach - Chilclrerfs Clinic 4 x ff I DENTISTRY Gerald Morton Ascherman Lorenzo Gerard Blanchette Charles Gustav Blattmachr Matthew Felix Borucki VValter Kenneth Chmiel XVcndell Napoleon Cotton ' Albert Donn 162 SENICRS Arthur Seymour Dunn james Wallace Dunnan, Ir. Robert Lewis Dyer ' Robert Hawks Elwell Lawrence Burdette Frey, lr. Arthur Gauss Isadore jay Genzer Sol Goldman DENTISTRY Edward Charles Hawkins Joe Irving Herbstman Francis Michael Higgins Devore Eugene Killip Daniel Paul Kozakiewicz Joseph VVillard Krupicka Robert Mayer Laff Milas Parl Larson SENIORS Raymond Willis Law, jr. Bernard Levin XVilliam I. Long Gorshin Gary Mann Sameus Marcus Thomas Mitchell McCullough Ernst Guyer Prluench Jerome Harold Noskin DENTISSTRY Joseph Noto Philip Hugh Pope John Ardell Pracyk Harold Rabin Delmar A. Rensner joseph Ransom Rice David Robert Rumack Charles Henry Shaner SENIORS Stanley Jerome Simons Robert Fred Sirimarco John Cuthbert Smeeton Walter Asa Sperry, Jr. Wayne Smith Stevens Richard Ordway Sword Mack Clenon Tanner Cornelius Vanderbilt DENTISTRY Marvin Irving Wfaller Harry Carl XVarters SENIORS john Phillip Wersching Sam A. Zeidenstein john Edward Zur ObS61'Vi11S Cleanliness Above All 'J DENTAL STUDENT COUNCIL During the school year the Dental Student Council meets on an average of once monthly to integrate student-faculty relationships with the aim of smoother organization and management of the school of Den- tistry. Some of the problems of the student are ad- vanced, including new additions to equipment and all phases of education from the student viewpoint, and once quarterly the council meets with the dean to discuss these problems With relationship to both stu- dent and faculty ideas. As a result both sides of indi- vidual problems are attacked with a resulting solution and consequent alteration to meet the problems. Top Raw: Norman Rodin, Edgar Gifford, Rolley Bateman, jr., Lewis Middleman Third Row: john Wersching, Alphonse Lask, Harold Rabin, Howard Redmann Second Row: Thomas McCullough, Kenneth Moore, Lowell Larson Bottom Raw: Kenneth Beach, joseph Noto, Thomas Barber 166 ,, Aww OFFICERS Ernest Muenchg Philip Pope, Gr-and Marten' Delmar Rensnerg M. Parl Larson DELTA SIGMA DELTA Delta Sigma Delta is a Professional Fraternity organized in 1882 for the benefit of member dental students. Its membership is restricted to students and practitioners who keep hi h standards of scholarship and strive toward scienti c, ethical and professional Rho Chapter of the "Delts" has a full social calendar which includes the famous "Hobo" dance, the Senior Farewell dinner-dance, frequent house parties, and co- operates with the Illini Union in various social func- tions. p1'OgI'CSS. r l i i Top Row: joseph Rice, Edgar Gifford, Raymond Law, jr., Nicholas Tapp, Rolley Bateman, William Bell, Marshall Rozynkowicz Third Row: john Peters, Lorenzo Blanchette, Robert Dyer, Charles Shaner, Thomas Humble, Earnest King Semin! Row: Charles Blattmachr, Lawrence Frey, Thomas Barber, Kenneth Beach, Edward Hawkins Bottom Row: M. Parl Larson, Philip Pope, Delmar Rensner, Ernest Muench Not in Panel: Walter Chmiel, Dan Kozakiewicz, Martin Lee 167 OFFICERS Frank Higginsg Robert Elwellg Wayne Stevens, Phillip Wersching, Grand Marten' Richard Sword PSI OMEGA The object of Psi Omega includes: cultivating the social qualities of its members, giving assistance, ad- vice and advantages out of individual reach, keeping in touch with its members through an international journal, and exerting its influence toward the ad- vancement of the dental profession. Highlights in the social calendar are: the rushing, pledge, initiation, tri chapter, and senior farewell dances, numerous house parties, and faculty luncheons and smokers. l l 1 Top Row: Harry Watters, Richard Sword, Jack Smeeton, Robert Arnold Third Row: Carroll Miller, john Zur, Paul Young, Joseph Krupicka Sefond Row: john Wersching, Walter Sperry, john Gilmer, Robert Elwell, Dale'Lipe Botlom Raw: Lowell Larson, Francis DeMirza, Thomas McCullough, Frank Higgins Noi in Panel: Robert Sirimarco, Wlayne Stevens, John Pracyk 168 Third Row: David Rumack, Stanley Simons, Herbert Rosen, jack Noskin, Lawrence Horowitz, Gilbert Albert, Sidney Waldman Second Row: Gerald Ascherman, Robert Laff, Irving Skib, Morris Cohen, Albert Dolin, Robert Salk Bottom Row: Sol Goldman, Gorshin Mann, Sameus Marcus, Arthur Dunn, Marvin Wlalovitch, Arthur Gauss ALPHA OMEGA Alpha Omega, a dental social fraternity, was or- members in almost every dental college in the country. ganized at the Ul11VCfSlIj' of Pennsylvania in 1910. Aside from the cultural and social aspect, Alpha The Alpha Alpha chapter at Illinois was organized in Omega has achleved an excellent sports record. 1928. It is a national jewish fraternity, including Book Work - Orthodontia "Bull Session" 169 john B. Youmans Dean, College of Medicine The College of Medicine, in addition to being the largest medical school in the United States, is rapidly becoming known the country over for its exception- ally fine laboratory equipment and unusual clinical facilities. Originally a privately owned institution founded in 1881, it affiliated with the University of Illi- nois in 1897, and with the Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy became an organic part of the University in 1913. The fact that these three Colleges, all teach- ing the medical sciences, are now housed under the same roof makes exceptionally fine opportunities for each College. The added fact that the University now owns and operates its own hospitals CResearch and COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Educational Hospitalsj, and also has afiiliation with Cook County Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital all located within one and one-half blocks of the central building has greatly increased the effectiveness of the clinical instruction. The College is located on the near west side of Chi- cago approximately three miles from the Loop, and in the very heart of the great west side medical de- velopment Which the State of Illinois is sponsoring. The unusual combination of favorable factors out- lined above leads to the general agreement that the three Colleges comprising the Chicago Professional Campus have, indeed, an exceedingly bright future. Quine Library 1 7 0 Professor Otto F. Kampmeier Head of Department of A7ZdZ07lZy E iww, F f z l 'Q-.P 1 What, No Sleeping? Dr. Cole Shows 'em How Orthopods at Work Itsy-Cootsy-C00 Surgical Dispensary Say "Ah-11" 1 7 1 MEDICAL Jerome Edward Abrahams Richard Reed Allen VVilliam Jay Andrews 1 Paul Richard Ariagno john Rector Armstrong Thomas Malcolm Auerbach Paul Lester Baker Donald Max Barnard SENICJRS Walter Locke Bayard Robert Jerome Becker Samuel VVilliam Becker Alfred McDowell Bennett Stanley F rithiof Bergqliist William Robert Bertelsen VVilliam Robert Best Charles Claiborne Blackwell, Jr MEDICAL Bernard Block Conrad Frederick Blunck Norman Calvin Bos Newell Tollef Braarclcin Elizabeth Kutharyn Brurnlvaugh Gerald Brussell William Brice Buckingham Allison Lovclle Burdick SENIORS john Richard Camp john Baird Cavenagh Carlin Vclde Chenoweth Howard Rau Christofersen john Martin Coleman Charles Augustus Crown George Fdwnrll Cruft Leonard Irving' Dagovitz 173 MEDICAL Frederick Douglas Dallenbach Raymond VVillian1 Dasso Raymond Louis Del Fava Thomas Charles Devlin John Edward Driscoll Harvard Ellman John Laurancc Falls VVilliam Stanford Foultz SENICRS jack Wleiss Gaines Paul ,Iulius Gethncr Edward Michael Goldberg Melvin A. Goldberg Sidney Goldman Sidney Goldstone Irving Greenspan Paul Frederick Grice MEDICAL Tlmmas Lovell Grifhth Vernon I,afVIarr Guynn Dean Alden Hautcr Emmett McDonald Herring, jr. John McLeod Hewitt Edwin Orville Hieb Martin Hochhauser Walter Indeck SENIORS Patrick L. Israel Francis XVheatley jeifords Richard Marvin Johnson Harley Daniel jones, jr. Elmer Rolfe Kadison Jean Phillip Karr Gene Bert Kaufman Jeanne Emily Kehoe 5 MEDICAL Sidney Beamer Kern james Patrick Kiely joseph Michael Kiely lien Arthur Kinsman Richard Adolph Koesterer YVilliam james Krauser Henry Peter Kunka Peter Felix Lansing SENIORS Roger Keith Larson Robert Charles Lehow Richard Harrison Leigh Burton David Levin Lawrence LeVine Julius Lieberman lVilbert Liebling Donald Gene Lindsay MEDICAL james XVilliam Limnzm Clifford Leslie Lorenrzen john Alan Lowe Frank Thomas Maher Robert Anthony Markelz Jack Marvin Marknvitz joseph Israel Marx Percr Stewart Mayer SENIORS Ulu rrcn junior Xlcliinstry john Harris McNeil Alarslmll Allan .Xlinnur l-klward Klissavagc. jr. Carl Harold Mnlmerg llnlmcrr Dean Morgan Diinirry Xlurkuvin .Xrno Gunrhcr Xlotulsky 78 MEDICAL john Arthur Moyer YVilliani Parry Murphy, jr. James DeGreef Nelson Lawrence Frank Nelson john Henry Noble Leland Eugene Noll Stevens Thompson Norvell, Jr. Philip .-Xrthur Olson SENIORS john Vincent Osborne Ralph Pacini, jr. VV alter Pinkus Paul Pipik Nadine Holoffe Pracyk Edwin Rush Priest Robert Allan Reed Pearl Inice Reiffel MEDICAL Dana Foster Richards Mary Robinson Richards Leigh Milton Roberts james Daley Roorda Robert Theodore Rottschacfcr Howard Bruno Russman Richard Alfonso Saavcdra Leonard Arthur S:ll'l11llI stnuouzs Arne Everett Schairer Robert Daniel Schoregge Gerhard llilliam Schottman Carl XVilliam Schroeder Melvin Louis Schwartz Irvin LeRoy Schweitzer Frederick .-Xlbcrt Shannon Laiah .-Xnatole Share MEDICAL George joseph Shimkus Robert Louis Simons Lester Dale Shook Max Sidney Small Ben lsadore Smaller Henry Paul Staub Harry Sterling George Marvin Stern SENICDRS limma Horner Stevens lidward Andrew Snika William Louis Strecker Alfred Bertil Swanson lfrcdc1'ick james Swarrze-ndrube.r Martin Abraham Swerdlow Dorothy Tatter Ray lfugcne Thompson, Jr. MEDICAL Williani Alexander Tompkins Raymond Alson Vaaler Charles Michael Van Duync Robert Carlton XVL-iss SENICDRS Donald F. Williams David George Wilbur Bernard David Zalesnak Theodore VVintcr Zwemer .Xlcdical Illustration Studio llcrnntology lah I 1 OCCUPATIONAL Anna Francis Baker Thelma Leota Bullard Dorothy Mae Carlyon l jean Phillips Cassels 2 Louise Kremens Lf THERAPY SENIORS Elizabeth Larrance Suzanne Sherman Suzanne Evelyn Spronz Mildred Eleanor Stein Martha Grace Thompson Grace Frawley KVe1sh Occupational KF? Therapy ' l v l OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY STUDENTS ON THE CHICAGO CAMPUS Top Row: Misses Anna Frances Baker, Darleen Lawson, Grace Welsh, Kaye Thomassen Third Row: Misses Louise Blackstone, Louise Kremens, Yetra Davis. Mrs. Mildred Stein - . Second Row: Mrs. Ruth Lewis Henderson, jean Cassels, Misses Marvel Eno, Marilyn Coolidge, Shirley Ericksonp Bollom Row: Miss Elizabeth Larrance, Mrs. Natalie Finch Wallace, Misses Anne Margaret Kevilus, Gladys A. Liddle ILLI-SOTA Occupational Therapy was introduced on this campus in the fall of 1943, directed by Beatrice Wade. The course, the first to be administered by a college of medicine, consists of ten semesters of study, six given under the direction of the Liberal Arts College on the Urbana campus, and four in the College of Medicine in Chicago. On November 19, 1944, it was accredited by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. Illi-Sota, the official name of the Illinois chapter of the Student-Occupational Therapy Association, which was recognized as a campus activity in March, 1944, seeks through semi-monthly meetings to encourage friendship among its members, acquaint them with their future profession, and identify themselves as a professional group. 7 v v AQAQAQQI ....., 8 , ,,,..-q .4 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY STUDENTS ON THE URBANA CAMPUS r ' . Top Row: Patricia Baer, janet Wfhite, Janis Adsit, Lois Schendel, Blanche Popelka, Virginia Cavins, Donna Benbow, Joan lxoehler, Alice Wfooters, Phyllis Doyle, Mary Lee Petty Serond Row: Althea Volland, Marion Keoughan, Lois Barrow, Arline Goldman, Betty McClure, joan Finch, Althea Wfarner, Rose Marie Holston, Beverly Lundegaard, Helen Polenske, Alice Kennedy Bottom. Raw: Mabel Va.lDez, Dorothy Zmich, Frayda Radner, Margaret Carson, Elizabeth Koebrich, Betty Lou NVheeler, Marguerite Eckhardt, Lottie Wlest, Shirley Sesenther. Edith Maeda, Betty Brothers 183 MEDICAL STUDENT COUNCIL The Medical Student Council of the University of Illinois is an organization consisting of democratically elected representatives of the student body of the Col- lege of Medicine. It cooperates with the administra- tion, faculty, students, and any interested individuals or groups in the attainment of its objectives. From its membership this Council elects a President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer. Each class in Medicine is represented by its president, three regu- lar councilmen and one alternate. Dr. Warren H. Cole and Dr. Frederick C. Lendrum are faculty advisors of the Council. The Council provides for student representation, coordinates the programs of the four classes, and acts as liaison agent between the students and the faculty. Plans for this year include: Sponsorship of three forums on the subject of Socialized Medicine, and establishment of an annual award to the outstanding faculty member in each class in the Medical School, this award being named in honor of former Dean Ray- mon B. Allen. E Tbim' Row: Martin Pilot, john Lowe, Les McClinton, Virginia Norrell Second Row: Ralph Hudson, William Larson, Eric Rosell, Isaiah Share Bottom Row: Martin Swerdlow, john McLaughlin, Gus Ortiz Nat in Panel: Bob Edwards, Bob Biggs, Bob Green, john Coleman, Frank Maher, Vernon Guynn 184 A OFFICERS Top Row: Pearl Rcirfel: Dorothy Tatter, Pfw,-ifferzzs Alice Maynard Hmmm Roux' Nadine Prayclc, Fern Rustchcrg ALPHA EPSILON IOTA Alpha Epsilon Iota is a fraternity of women in and social helpfulness. At the University of Illinois medicine whose purpose it is to promote good fellow- the Delta chapter was founded in 18239: Membership ship, to maintain a high order of scholarship and pro- is made up of both students and p1'2lCtlClI1g physicians fessional achievement, and to foster a spirit of moral is , . I Q K f I s I , ' ,. 5' , 1 A f f C F Top Row: Netaljean .Broome, Anne Moestenberqg Mona Rose, Charlotte Herman Seventh Row: irgima Ploughe, Mary Wieczore , Pearl Reiffel, Carolyn Hall Sixth Raw: Catherine Wise, Dolores Goepfert, Mary Johnson, Mildred Ash. Ruth Hartnell Virginia Norrell, Lillian Doerr, Joann Miller, Helen Willner, Fern Rusteberg Fifth Row: Fourth Raw: Gemma Ferrari, Elleva Joslyn, Mary Richards, Jeanne Kehoe, Elizabeth Brumbaugh Carolyn Esberner, Carol Rehder, Jeanne Blumhagen, Alice Maynard, Inez Santos Third Row : Second Rauf: Lillian Goldstein, Anna Barnstable, Dorothy I-Iubler, Elizabeth Lasser, Mrs. Englejohn Botlom Row: ' Phyllis Saxon, Margaret Giller, Dorothy Tatter, Nadine Pracyk A Nota: lfanele hEmma Ruth Stevens, Mildred Polniacze , Lucille Ivan, Bessie Lendrum, Mary Jane Otten. Ruth Dietz, anon o en Dorothy Lill, Marie Dugas, Helen Grove 185 x 1 OFFICERS Sam Beckerg Ned Nymeng Eric Rosell, Preridefzfg Wfarren Hayes: Rufus XValkcr ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Alpha Kappa Kappa was the offspring of a fra- ternity at Dartmouth known as "The Ace of Spades," founded in 1888. Today it has reached the height of being the third largest medical fraternity in America. The fraternity has forty-four active chapters, with a membership of almost twenty thousand, scattered throughout the nation at many of the better known medical schools. Eta Chapter at the University of Illinois medical school is composed of a large active membership, a large percentage of whom live in the chapter house. The purpose of the fraternity is to better their future association in their profession. Typ Raw: John Stickland, Rufus Walker, Th0mas.Pfisterer, Paul Johnston, Harold Wandling, Everett Woodworth, Paul Parker, jack Lynn . Srxtb Row: Robert lohnson, Leonard Piccione, Richard Reeder, Francis Matychowiak, Harry Davis, Robert Allison, Richard Still, Clark Green Fifth Row: Robert Pianowski, Warren McPherson, Edward Pelikan, George Wham, William Farwig, Charles Ramsey, Robert Bjurstrom, Charles Linke, James Caulfield, john McHugh Fazgrtb Row: Ned Nyman, David MacFarlane, Ralph Hudson, Robert Myers, Robert Hare, Donald Lulu, Jack Matika, Richard Eirich, Loren Smith Tbml Row: William Morrow, Eugene Rosenburger, David Sims, Birney Dibble, Roger Matison, Robert Nejedley, John Ritter, Mario Mansueto . Second Row: Warren Hayes, Arthur Maimon, James Coursey, Robert Biggs, Howard Erickson, Robert Purdy, Joel Richert, john McNeil, Donald Lindsey, Eric Rosell Boltom Row: Henry Kunka, James Roorda, Walter Bayard, Dana Richards, William Strecker, Vernon Guynn, Thomas Devlin, Val Chenoweth, Samuel Becker, Newell Brattelien Not in Panel: Max Barnard, Noble Correll, Charles Gilpin, William Glascock, Thomas Griffith, Lloyd Kellogg, Allan Norbut, Paul Sheffler 186 OFFICERS Edward Haysg john Wacker, John Lowe, Prefizlentf Alfred Swanson NU SIGMA NU Nu Sigma Nu, the oldest medical fraternity, was conceived, created and evolved of the need of co- operation and fellowship of medical men by Will Mayo and four others. From this modest initial five, it has grown to a proud stature embracing within its ranks some twenty- five thousand followers of the cult of Aesculapius, and having at this time forty chapters in as many selected class "Al, medical schools of the United States and Canada. Functions of Nu Sigma Nu include the annual pheasant dinner, interfraternity dances, a campus carnival, and impromptu fraternity house gatherings which round out another busy year. Tap Row: Gerald Modieska, Jack Lukens, Douglas Dallenbach, John Schewe, james Dowell, Charles Blackwell, Robert Lee, Matthew Price, Richard Leigh, John Falls Sixlh Row: George Gould, Frank Folk, Mark Watson, James Bedell, Frank Jirka, James Nelson, Leslie- Reed, Robert Fruin, Edward Hays A . Fifth Roux: William Tompkins, Robert Markelz, james Struthers, Tom Samuels, Charles Stanley, William Harridge, Theodore Zwemer, William Andrews, George Turke Fourth Raw: John Wagker, Paul Nicholson, John Louis, James Brown, Robert Stone, lgames Hill, Fred Ritzinger Third Row: Arne Schairer, Ray Thompson, Lee Noll, Richard Utne, Albert Huggins, a Annis, Ian Smith, Robert Roth . Second Row: John McLaughlin, Edward Keller, Richard Cooper, Charles Crown, William Dunn, John Anderson, Robert Reid, Roger Larson Bottom Row' John Lowe, John jacobowitz Alf d S n, Rob t M R b tEd d . . , re wanso er organ, o er war s , , Not In Panel: Sanford Blackburn, Crawford Hawkins, Lawrence Summerfield, Gilbert Wagoner, Robert Marske, john Borden, Robert Ferguson, William Myers, Weldon Sheets, Robert Kaiser l87 OFFICERS Slanding: Richard Deatrickg Carl Berry, john Haskin Sealed: Paul Hargesg Theodore Wagenkneclmt: Banning Larry, Artisan: George Wilson PHI BETA Pl Phi Beta Pi, having been established at the Uni- The Phi Betes have always made an excellent show- versity of Pittsburgh in 1891, ranks with the oldest ing by good scholarship, but they are also present in medical fraternities. The Iota Chapter was estab- the largest numbers at all school social activities. Last lished in 1902 at the College of Physicians and Sur- year they won most of the important athletic events. geons and is today one of the strongest of forty chap- The many social functions they sponsor for their ters located at every important medical center in the chapter, their alumni, and their large faculty member- United States. ship are Well remembered by every Phi Bete. . l Top Raw: John Brazos, Harry Peterson, Edward Lamphier, john Kerr, Rodney Clark, Kenneth LaRue, Keith McCormick, Lloyd Wright, Joe Brettner, ,Homer Hanson, Ivan Neubauer, Charles Lofdahl, Donald Grieme, Geor e Martin, Charles Macnamara 1 Tbrrd Raju: Morgan Meyer, George Wilson, Paul Harges, james McCormick, Robert Braman, David Welsh, Howard Lagerquist, Charles Anderson, John Haskm, Gerald Maas, Raymond Brown, William Oyen, William Edwards, Richard Owen, Howard Kuhl, Robert Newton Second Row: Theodore Wagenknecht, Richard Deatrick, Carl Berry, Dan Cloud, Joseph M. Kiely, Raymond Dasso, john Hewitt, William Foultz, Paul Pipik, Richard Allen, William Krauser, Norman Bos, Robert McGinnis ' Bottom Raw: Frank Haigler, Donald Williams, John Noble, George Cruft, Allison Burdick, james Kiely, Banning Lary lPresidentJ, John Camp, Dean Hauter, Leigh Roberts, Charles VanDuyne, Gerhard Schottman Noi nz Panel: Francis Richardson, James Linmgxn, David XVilbur. XVilliam Buckingham, Richard johnson 188 OFFICERS Seymour Shapiro: Robert Becker, Robert Green, Harvard Ellman, Preridentf Robert Kohlenbrenerg Martin Pilotg Gerald Brussel PHI DELTA EPSILCDN This fraternity has ' been established to promote ment in the science and art of medicine, and to 'main- good fellowship, equality and unity among its mem- tain the highest standard of ethics in the practice of bers, to encourage the highest standards of achieve- medicine. Tap Row: Robert Kohlenbrener, Morton Blum, Jack Markowitz, Irwin Goldstein, Robert Green, Martin Pilot, Allen Postel, Ben Smaller, Wilbert Lieblmg, Peter Mayer, Sidney Goldstone h A I , Fourgb Row: Joseph Marx, Bernard Block, Paul Kahan, Paul Gethner, Paul Baker, Elmer Kaclison, William Treiser, Melvin Schwartz, Albert Merkin, Leonard arnat Third Row: Walter Pinkus, Leonard Dagovitz, Sidney Goldman, Edward Goldberg, Samuel Hanzel, Robert Bouer, Seymour Shapiro, Marshall Minner Second Row: Harold Guodman, Arnold Kaplan, Lawrence Ruchman, Gerald Brussel, Jack Gaines, Irving Greenspahn, Burton Levin . Bollom Raw: Harvard Ellman, Robert Becker, Marshall Greenman, Ralph Swerdlow, Jerome Abrahams, Julius Lieberman. Earl Lipton, Gilbert Lanoff. Nor in Panel: Melvin Goldberg, Walter Iwdeck, Howard Russman, Isaiah Share, Robert Simons, Robert Weiss, Bernard Zaleznak,.B.ernard Goldman, Simon' Hornstei-n, Darwin Kohl, Burton Lasker, Irving Phillips, Louis Rosenblum, Morton Schwartz, Alvin Getz, Donald Koppel, William Leone, Gerald Perl- man, Lionel Schour, Norman Tabachnick, Daniel Thomas, Paul Tolpin 189 1 . OFFICERS Raymond Yowg Lawrence Nelson, Pre.ride11! ,' LeRoy Schweitzerg Richard Taylor PHI RHO SIGMA Phi Rho Sivma is a closelv knit ffrou with exact- members can call themselves trul brothers in the . D . - . U P . . mg standards. With cooperation and mutual encour- medical profession. agement, scholastically, socially, and athletically, the l Tap 4-Zazfr Frank Wright, Stanley Bergquist, XVayne Hollinger, Frank Roemhild, Phillip Moore, John Driscoll, Howard Christofersen, Raymond Yow, Richard ay or TbirrfPRorg.' Exeorge Shimkus, LeRoy Schweitzer, Lloyd Ravlin, john Kostalney, Frederick Shannon, Wlarren McKinstry, John Osboren, Lawrence Nelson resr ent Second Row: Alan Taylor, Michael Zampogna, William Faraghan, Carl Schroeder, Richard Saavedra Bottom Row: Guy Dice, Orville Dawson, Robert Killough, George Rommel, John Baldwin, Robert Knight, Albert Kohlmeyer Not in Panel: john Coleman, Glenn Eigenbrodt, Robert Hansen, Thomas Hass 190 OFFICERS Vernon Gwynng Charles Van Duyne, Pre.videnl,' Alfred Swansong john Coleman PI KAPPA EPSILGN Pi Kappa Epsilon is a professional honorary med- ical society. The members are men who are elected by popular ballot by the College of Medicine of the University of Illinois. The members are derived from medical fraternities on the Chicago Campus and from the medical faculty of the University of Illinois and of Rush Medical College. Twice a month dinner meetings are given which feature a guest speaker, who leads a discussion on cur- rently popular and vital medical questions. The University of Illinois Chapter of Pi Kappa Epsilon is the Beta Chapter. This medical society was founded in 1921 at Northwestern Medical School. Top Row: Wfilliam Tompkins. Richard Taylor, Theodore Wavenkneflit, Rohert Edwards Fifth Row: Robert McGinnis, Robert Biggs, Vernon Gwynn, Walter Bayard, john MCI-Iugh Fourth Raw: Philip Olson, joel Richert, james Brown, William Strecker. John Coleman, Robert Hansen Third Row: Frank I-Iammerstrom. Robert Canham, Elmer Schewe, Raymond Yow, Banning Lary. Second Row: Thomas Devlin, Robert Morgan, Robert Reid, Arthur Maimon, james Kiely, Leigh Roberts Bottom Row: Paul Parker, Charles Van Duyne, Alfred Swanson, Merrill Alexander 191 TopBRTf:JThomas Auerbach, Gene Kaufman, Morton Schwartz, Robert Canham, Robert Green, John Lowe, Melvin Goldberg, john Falls, Samuel ec er, r. Semnd Raw: Lucille Ivan, Pearl Reiffel, Arno Motulsky, Edwin Priest, Morton Alexander, Allen Postel, Max Small, Stevens Norvell, Jr. Boftoqn Row: Bessie Lendrum, Leonard Sarnat, james Linman, Frank Maher, Burton Levin, Richard Allen, Donald Lindsay No: 111 Panel: Mary Richards, Edmond Brophy ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Alpha Omega Alpha is a medical honorary frater- William Root. At the present time there are chapters nity, membership to which is based upon scholastic in 47 medical schools in the United States and Can- achievements. It was founded at the University of ada. Illinois College of Medicine on August 25, 1902, by I Tag Raw: Arno Motulsky, Emil Freireich, Mitchell Hassen, Irvin Susman Tbzrd Row: Max Small, Robert Lebow, Harvey Gassman, Martin Asch Second Row: Harry Garber, Robert Leevack, Max Forman, Seymour Langer Bottom Row: Martin Swerdlow, Patrick Israel, Lawrence LeVine, Samuel Weiss Not In Panel: Sanford Izner, Morton Bramson, Gene Kaufman, Joseph Fischoff PHI LAMBDA KAPPA Phi Lambda Kappa was established to provide recre- medical and social sciences. It is dedicated to the sup- ation for ILS members and to encourage interest in the port of justice and tolerance. 192 Study in Hearts Believe It or Not FRATERNITY CANDIDS Slam! Doubled and Redoubled ' YVImt's Her Phone Number? K Earl Roy Serles, Ph.G., Ph.D. Dean The staff of the College of Pharmacy welcomes the many students who have either entered for the first time, or resumed their formal education, as a part of a training program in pharmaceutical education. We are only sorry that the facilities available were not adequate to accommodate all of the applicants. The administration of the University is endeavoring to meet this greater challenge required of all institu- PHARMACY tions of higher learning. The College of Pharmacy is likewise seeking expansion of its present facilities, adding new staff members, and making such revisions in the curricula as are indicated by the advances which have been made in the medical sciences. How well We succeed in this endeavor will depend, in large measure, upon our whole-hearted cooperation Within the membership of the profession. Could Be Serious 194 Balance - Then Pencil "Let 'er Roll" "Pharmacy Fantasies" PHARMACY PGTPOURRI "Hangover tablets" "One thought - three minds" ef 4 4 X Af? f v 3 K k, 5 pu V , Y, 1 V 'S' PHARMACY Joseph David Basinger Frank Raymond Celer Theodore Dolitsky Alex Edelnant Harry Earl Goldstein Edward William Grehn Frank A. Grobstein 196 SENIORS Arthur Frank Harasek George Andrew Harris Robert Clifford juby Aaron Ezra Kaplan Clarence Lester Key Carl Roy Langenbahm Edmond joseph LeClaire PHARMACY Fred Ent Lehning john Henry Paprocki Raymond Arloe Parks William Charles Prcllctz Hershel Rapoport Thomas Franklin Ryan Miecislaus Stanislaus Saas SENIORS Leo Schermeister Aaron Schupack Pcrer joseph Sroltman, Jr. Beri Mihran Valmhzibedian I,co VVeiner Glen Collard Windsor james Aubrey Yardley OFFICERS John O'Learyg john Kramer: Robert juby, P1 rtiflellf: Calvin Eckstrom: james Brannon KAPPA PSI The objects and purposes for which this body is formed are to conduct a mutual fraternal organiza- tion, having for its object the mutual advantages of its members, and, to this end to unite in fraternal bonds persons of good character and sound mental health, by conferring upon them such degrees as are prescribed by the ritual of the fraternity. which de- grees are designed to exemplify industry, sobriety, mutual fellowship and esteem, to inculcate nobility and courage of mind and heart, and to further in every way possible the advantages of its members, socially, morally, and intellectually, and also to foster pharma- ceutical research and high scholarship. Tafz Row: George Uehrke, George Linhart, Thomas Ryan, john Schurman, Richard Klassen Eighlb Row: Leroy Nix, Peter Stoltman, Kenneth Peterson, Edwin Casey, Williaiii Decker Svrenlh Raw: George Harris, Ronald Dulla. Burt Varzhabedian, Williani King Sixth Raw: Everett Smith, John Campbell, George Katsaros, Fred Pierce Fiffb Row: james Yardley, George Kolettis, Raymond Haraburda, Raymond Parks, Fred Lehning Fam-tb Row: Raymond Dauphinais, Lester Hilsenhotf, Michael Lombardi, Ralph Conley, Robert Vaglc Third Row: john O'Leary, William Prelletz, john Kramer, james Brannon Serum! Row: Lester Key, Robert juby, Calvin Eckstrom, john Wunsrli Firy1vRf1w.' rloseph Karen, Lewis Martin, Herbert Emig, Byrl Benton, Ralph Terry, Ralph Voigt No! 111 P11119 : Henry Bangert, Edward Ksiazek, Carl Langenbahn, Roy Sciacca, Lester Tracie 198 Top Row: Shirley Bnrnwell. Patricia Sudar, Frances Fenton, ianet Camrgan, Rena Iohc Serum! Row: Virginia Klenchuk, june Haeberle, Betty Knauss, Mary Ellen Martin Bottom Row: Virginia Risvold, Virginia Stoyas, Gloria Bell Noi in Pr111r'l.' Andria Ferrara LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA The Gamma chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma, thc courage personality, scholarship, and interest in thc national pharmaceutical sorority, was founded to en- profession of pharmacy. l to cc To Roux' joseph Koren, Clem Stone, Paul Carpenter, Seymour Lampert Fizb Row: Boyd Granberg, Ralph Voight, Ernst Kirch Four-111 Row: George Webster, Leo Schermeister, Elmer Wirtli, Ralph Terry Third Row: Byrl Benton, Milton Cohn, lbert Mellin Serozzd Row: Esther Meyer, Gershon Heller, Herbert Emig, Lewis Martin Bfmmzl Rona' Frank Maher, Aaron Schupack, Naomi Brown RHO CHI Rho Chi is the national honorary pharmaceutical science of pharmacy and the related sciences. society. The function of this society is to advance the 199 CHICAGO CAMPUS ILLICD STAFF COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES Medicine Donald F. Williams Mary R. Richards Robert Morgan Harvard Ellman Douglas Dallenbach From an inauspicious beginning a few years ago, the Chicago Campus section in The Illio has increased in size from two pages to the present size of sixty- four pages. This growth has been due to the con- tinuing efforts of The Illio staffs of past years who have striven to improve both the coverage of Chicago Campus events and to increase the space allotted to De1zti5t1f y Edward C. Hawkins Robert A. Arnold Plm1'11mcy Edward Grehn their presentation in The Illia. This year's staff is appreciative of the support given The Illio by the student body at Chicago, and of the eiforts of previous stais, which have made possible the publication this year of the largest Cand we hope, bestj Chicago Campus section in history. l Donald Williams, Robert Arnold, Edward Grehn, Edward Hawkins, Douglas Dallenbach, Harvard Ellman 200 ILLINI SCCDPE Isaiah Share Edward Goldberg Editor Bilxinexy Manager The lllini Scope is the Chicago Campus publication that concerns itself with student and faculty activities. The monthly editions contain or1g1nal artlcles per- taining to scientiHc advancements and current problems in medical education. Top Row: Melvin Pollack, Allen Postel, Martin Pilot, Erwin Kaplan Third Rauf: Eric Rosell, Isaiah Share, john Lowe, Robert Leevack Secand Row: Richard Kosterlitz, Earle Lipton, Kay Wlise Ballom Row Phyllis Saxon, Lillian Goldstein . Not in Panel: XVilliam Best, Arno Motulsky. Edward Goldberg, Morton Schwartz, Leonard Dagovitz, Lawrence Ruchman, Leonard Rack, George Stern Arthur Dunn, Simon Horenstein, Martin Hothauser 201 ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA DEDICATION This statue of Apollo was unveiled June 5, 1946. to mark the birthplace of Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor- ary Society in Medicine. Alpha Chapter of this so- ciety was founded on the Chicago campus of thc University of Illinois in 1902, through the elsforts of Dr. W. W. Root, and has been followed by forty'-six additional chapters in the leading medical schools of the United States. This memorial is the culmination of activity by Alpha Chapter members, dating back to a suggestion by Dean D. VV. Davis Climeritusj in 1941. It was created by Mr. and Mrs. Chaissang, Chicago sculptors. Dr. XY. H. Cole Delivers the Address 202 The Statue FRESHMEN WELCOME... BY PRESIDENT STODDARD MR. MGGN Every student of medicine knows Mr. Moon not only as a registrar, but as a good listener and sympa- thetic adviser. 7 i.. 3 ni "On Your Mark" Also Ran Winners Still Running TRACK . . ..,x .... , What About Me? Who, Me? NO, MC! FLASH ES 2 Put It Back, Dana Pin-Up Boy THINCLAD CARNIVAL '7 Strike I Strike 2 DIAMOND DUDS I Foul! '7 TOUCH FCJOTBALL "VVhar's Up, Doc Davis or Blanchard? "Ouch, My Hand!" Touch6 Even They Could Beat U.C.L.A. Get 'lfim While Thefrc Hot! . 3 ,w 'V XR7l1Cl'l Do Hfe Far? VVhy, Dr. Bergcim! STUDENT- FACULTY PICNIC Wim? 'ww f as 1 'pu A Who Dat? I g 'fbh 1155? Aff A I fu 5 wi.-D Hchoth empy Men in XVI1itc CHICAGO CAMPUS SCENES W O. T. XVorkroom CAMPUS CCDRNERS 5r fffv' rf P' 'LX-Rayedn "Clean Gowns" "Allergy Prepsn "Sweet with Sweets in Hospital Pharmacy 3 5 Q 212 QRAWS KEN V1 ff My WMS M-.. Five o'clock Lecture Christian Medical Society Main Desk Eager Beaver ? i iii .Q,i it tr i-wt Q? fum, A, 5 , Q 1 K 4-....,. Q 5 K C Picture: by Paul Stone-Raymor y . 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Janice Baxter Marjorie Bean Marion Bollinger June Bramlet Joanna Cavenee Dorothy Dolan Joan Gagan Ina Herbrig Mary I-Iomrighous Jean Howerton Ruth Johnston Charlotte Krasne Ramenofsky Lucille Magnusson Catherine Palecek Jean Reedy Elaine Sebastian Elaine Sell Martha Swain Carol Swanson Margaret Waldo A lm 300265 Top Row: Elaine Sell, Martha Swain, Jean Howerton, Charlotte Krasne Ramenofsky, Lucille Magnusson, Carol Swanson Second Row: Jean Reedy, Joan Gagan, Margaret Waldo, Marjorie Bean, Joanna Cavenee, Catherine Palecek, Dorothy Dolan Boiiom Raw: Elaine Sebastian, Marion Bollinger, Mary Homrighous, Janice Baxter, Ina Herbrig, Ruth Johnston Marion Beal Robert Bitzer Lee Eilbracht Robert Rehberg Robert Stelzer John Sydow da Top Row: Robert Bitzer, John Sydow, Robert Stelzer, Marion Beal Baltam Row: Lee Eilbracht, Ray I. Shawl, Advimrf Robert Rehleerg Suzanne Appelle Virginia Baker Jo Baysinger Virginia Bernard Barbara Bienemann Marcella Bischoif jane Buescher Lorene Carothers Virginia Davies Elizabeth Easter jean Gates Gloria Gould Betty Gwinn Martha Holmes Eleanor lcenogle Janet Ishihara Lois Klein ,Ioan Koehler Peggy Kramer Pat Lauchner Meriani Levine Lois Link Carol Lott june Morettini Shirley Novack Dorothy Ann Price Pat Price Barbara Robinson Catherine Snow Laurel Mae Stiglitz Marilyn Unmacht Mary Myrth Wallace Mary jo Wedge Ruth Weimer Letitia Wimberly Helen Wolcott Marilyn Zimny Tap Row: Barbara Bienemann, Ruth Weirner, Betty Gwinn, Elizabeth Easter, Marilyn Zimny, Dorothy Ann Price, Laurel Mae Stglitz Tlazrd Row: Martha Holmes, Lois Link, Joan Koehler, Helen Wolcott, Virginia Davies, Suzanne Appelle, Gloria Gould, Jean ates Serond Row: june Morettini, Barbara Robinson, Mary Myrth Wallace, ary Jo Wedge, Eleanor Icenogle, Pat Lauchner, Lorene Carothers Pat Price, Lois Klein Baliam Raw.', Letitia Wimberly, jo Baysinger, Virginia Bernard, Catherine Snow, Marilyn Unmacht, janet Ishihara, Virginia Baker Carol Lott, Peggy Kramer No! in Panel: Marcella Bischoff, Jane Buescher, Meriam Levine, Shirley Novack C Lou Agase Bill Allen john Briggs jack Burmaster Bob Davis Bob Doherty Scott Fleming Bill Gallen Ralph johnson Art Lindburg Wes Marchuk Herb McKenley Bob Menke Jim Mohan Frank Pacelli Alvin Park George Platt Don Rennick Gene Shalit Dave Shapiro George Walker Top Row Bob Davis Ralph Johnson George Walker Art Lmclburg George Platt Dave Shapiro Frank Pacelli Bottom Row Herb McKenley Jim Mohan John Brig s Bill Allen Lou Agase Bob Menke Bill Gallen Wes Marchuk . 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I Q voxev mf' Maffhil SWHil1 Charles Preston Andy Phillips Ediwrial, T159 Daily Illini Direcrar of Public Relations, Illini Union Varsity Basketball - .wp H. 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII n 'T CLASS OF 1947 Richard Turnbow, Serfemry-TreaJurer,' joe La Palombara, Prefidentg Alice Joslyn, Vice-Prefident Carla Heiss, Vice-PreJidenl,' juan Ramos, PreJident,' Mary Dee Kruh, Secrelary-Treamrer 2 CLASS GF T948 CLASS CDF 1949 y Lou Stover, Serretury-TreaJurer,' Lou Fisher, Pfexldentg Phyllis Lang Vc P d t WE ELECT ...9 Stephen French C S S Chaiwvzavz Carolyne Cornelisen Eugene Koch 'Orin Grant Ann Lutz Richard Harding Peter Merkle Robert Heath William Reece Yvonne Wooley FRESHMAN COUNCIL STUDENT OFFICERS President .... joe La Palombara Vice-Presidevzt .. .... James Mohan Secretary . . . .... Lois Link Treasureif . . . . . .Louis Stern STUDENT SENATE Joe La Palombara President The Student Senate is composed of fifteen elected members representing the four undergraduate classes of the University. In addition to the elected members, there are ten ex-officio members who represent major campus activities. The Student Senate has legislative power coordinate with that of the committee on Student Affairs over such fields as housing regulations, social events, campus activities, and professional and honorary societies. Those matters falling Within the jurisdiction of the Interfraternity or the Panhellenic council are excluded from the Student Senate's regulation. Differences aris- ing between the Senate and the Committee on Student Affairs are settled by an arbitration committee selected from both bodies. Standing committees of the Student Senate are Hon- orary Organizations, Social Events, Extra-Curricular Activities, General Welfare, Elections, and By-Laws. The expenses of the Student Senate are paid from the Student Senate fund which is maintained by the payment of 1.5 'Zn of the gross income from all dances under the supervision of the Audit and Supervision Committee. Any student in the University has the right to de- bate on the floor of the Senate, subject to approval by the Senate at a previous meeting as to the subject of the debate and time limitations. Back Row: Herbert Mendel, Valentine jobst, Arthur Lindburg, Juan Ramos, John Hull, Wade Sewell, Richard Edmonds, Charles Preston Second Row: Gordon Dalrymple, Marye Skelly, Rosemary Rahn, Alice Misegades, joan Gagan, Lucille Magnusson, Charlotte Ramenofsky, Mary Homrighous, Catherine Palecek Miriam Baker, Marilyn Chapman, Frederick Ford Fim Row: Louis Stein, Lois Link, Joe La Palombara, Dean Helen Hudson, James Mohan, Karl Windesheim 234 MEMBERS Rosemary Rahn, Cf?Zli7'7II!'l7Z Dean V. DI. Hampton, Executive Sec1'era1'y Frederick Ford james Mohan Jane Cover Arthur Lindberg Harvey W. Huegy Wade Sewell W. M. johnson STUDENT AFFAIRS AUDIT AND SUPERVISION CCMMITTEE All social events and general university functions to which admissions are charged are supervised by the Student Affairs Audit and Supervision Committee. As a section of the Student Senate and the Committee on Student Affairs, it is also responsible to them. Actually consisting of nine members, this committee claims Hve students selected by the Student Senate. The remaining part is composed of one student and two faculty men named by the chairman of the Committee on Student Affairs, and the executive secretary, Dean Vern J. Hampton. The work of the Student Affairs Audit and Super- Claairman 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. Guidance is given to those in charge of student directed ac- tivities charging admission. In addition, the committee is charged with responsibility for the patron and com- plimentary ticket lists as well as the distribution of invitations and of the complimentary tickets. All sea- son passes issued to dances and other supervised Uni- versity functions are issued by the committee. Top Row: Frederick Ford, Jane Cover, Professor Harvey Huegy, Rosemary Rahn, Dean Hampton, James Mohan, Arthur Lindberg N01 m Panel: XV:-ide Sewell, Professor Johnson 235 I James Mohan President OFFICERS President ..... . . .james Mohan Vice-President . . . .... Herbert Mendel Secretary ..... . . .Juan Ramos T1'easu1fer . . . .... Louis Stern MENS INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION The Men's Independent Association is the organi- zation of the independent men on campus. Its activi- ties fall into the following categories: social, athletic, academic, and, most important among them, special problems facing the independents on the campus. The social activities are varied. M.I.A. sponsors sings, a stunt show, banquets and dinners, couple dances, and a mixer and date service called "Introductions Please." Most of these events are arranged jointly with W.G.S. M.I.A. also has intramural sports which are managed in conjunction with the Athletic Association. In the academic Held trophies are awarded to independent men's houses for high scholarship. M.I.A.'s most im- portant work concerns a problem always facing tlie independent men, that is housing. Combatting this common diH:1culty, M.I.A. continually strives to better conditions. M.I.A. is governed by the Council which meets weekly and is composed of representatives of inde- pendent men's houses. Every independent man is auto- matically a member of the organization and all are qualified to work in M.I.A. functions. In addition to the four officers, there are three appointees who head the work in different divisions, they are the Social Chairman, Membership Chairman, and Intramural Sports Director. M.I.A. has an award system by which silver and gold keys are given to individuals for out- standing service. Herbert Mendel juan Ramgg Louis Stern I 236 I . M 0 I 0 I K 0 PRESENTS W MiX61'S Tommy Dorsey M.I.A. Meets Intramural Sports A Banquet for the Dads l Vice-Presideizr . . . Marion Beal R6C01'dC1' ...... President T7'6IlSZl7'67' ,. Continuous heavy use of its building by a great variety of campus groups and by the largest mem- bership in its history,-with many former members returned as veterans, the extension of cordial rela- tionships with foreign students, and a deepening of the sense of Christian fellowship and purpose among its members have marked the 1946-47 school year of the Young Men's Christian Association. The year also brought the revival of Freshman Camp and a rejuvenated spring Leadership Training Conference. Veterans participated in two series of luncheon forums, one held each semester. Large enrollments of single men, married couples, or young mothers at- YMCA SECRETARIAL STAFF Philip B. Morgan, GC'7It?7'l'll Sec1i'eta1i'y Howard A. Amerman Katherine Whiteside Taylor William G. Black joe R. McArthur Laurence R. Cadwell J. Wendell Walton M. lan Coldwell Adrian R. VVells OFFICERS President ................,... Marion Beal . . . .Donald Wise A . . . . . .Ross Titus Philip B. Morgan . . .Martin Mosher General Secretary tended one or more of the courses conducted by Dr. Katherine Whiteside Taylor, specialist in Education for Family Life. Friday and Saturday nights found The Wigwam Room a popular spot where YM and YWCA mem- bers and their guests gathered for relaxation, for re- freshments, for dancing, and for visiting with friends. While this was a year of opportunity, it was also one marked with deep sorrow for the organization. With the death of Henry E. Wilson, for thirty years its general secretary, the Association lost its beloved "Chief" and the campus lost a distinguished Christian leader and a great friend. Standing: Wlilliam Erwin, David Moffat, Warren Day, XVilliam Allaway, Philip Zimmerly, Maurice Graves, Wfilliam Bvgahroad, Hubert Wetzcl Sealed: Laurence Cadwell, Alfred Hebner, joseph Branlcey, Marion Beal, Ross Titus, Ralph johnson, Harold Hill, Philip Morgan Nat in Panel: Donald Wise, Robert Davis, John Bonnett, Thomas Gilpatrick 238 Spring Leadership Training Conference at East Bay Camp "Icebreaker" welcome for students from other lands YMCA Group enrolled in "Love and Marriage in Changing VVorld" Course Men of Class of '50 attend Freshman Camp Dancers in The YVigwam Room l 239 ILLINI UNION CARD UNION BOARD: Miss Irene Pierson, Social Dirertor, Illini Union Mr. George W. Goble, Chairman, Illini Union Board Miss Norma Del Diedrich, Pferiaent, Illini Union EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Standing: William Gallen, Charles Preston Sealed: Joanna Cavenee, Norma Del Diedrich, Mar' gueritc Rietveld, Norma Lee Whitton 240 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: Slanding: Art Lindburg, Al Park Sealed: Norma Zimmerman, Charlotte K. Ramenofsky, Mary McLaughlin FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES: Standing: Mr. V. L. Kretschmer,'Mr. C. E., Bowen Sealed: Miss Carita Robertson, Miss Irene Pierson, Mr George Goble Not in Panel: Mr. I. A. Berg . ILLINI UNICDN COUNCIL Seated: Mary McLaughlin, jean Ryan, Helen Newby, Phyllis Chalk, Mary Lou Pike, Ellen Kimbrell, Dorothy Hormell, Virginia uft Standing: Barbara Long, Arthur Tompkins, Jean Gates, Alice Apoyan, Willis Snow Composed of all major chairmen of the Union, this group meets once every two weeks. Each time a dif- ferent director takes charge. One of the several pur- poses of the council is to train the major chairmen to become board members, as board members are chosen from this group for the following year. At the meet- ings each major chairman gives an accurate report of what his committee is doing and what functions are being planned for the future. This practice prevents overlapping of entertainment between the various com- mittees. The meeting also affords the members an opportunity to become better acquainted and assist houses on campus. The board consists of three faculty members ap-I pointed by the President of the University upon rec- ommendation of the Dean of Students, the social di- rector of the Illini Union, the manager of the building, the director of the Alumni Association, the represen- tatives for I-F., Panhellenic, M.I.A., W.G.S., and six directors of the Illini Union. There are also three ex- officio members of the board. The board must approve all petitions other than house dances put on by the various groups. Any profit from Illini Union functions is redistributed to the students in the form of free services and entertain- ment, in accordance with the budget approved by the Board. each other in planning. The Illini Board governs student activities of an All-University nature. This year the board published a university social calendar which was distributed to all Seated: Mary Lou Rohling, Anne Burstcr, Betty Ann Romm, Willa Whitton, Henry Doney, Elizabeth Easter Virginia Bernard, Pat Schubert Standing: William Allen, Ila McDonald, Muriel Lennertz, George Walters 241 DEPARTMENT OF ALUMNI AFFAIRS Joanna Cavenee Director ILLINI UNIGN 242 Major Chairmen: Mary Lou Pike, Charles Preston, Joanna Cavenee, Phyllis Ann Chalk, Ellen Kimbrell The Department of Alumni Affairs furthers relations between students and alumni. Representatives from each class, one from Galesburg, and one from Navy Pier make up the Board of Directors. This department has charge of all events during Homecoming weekend, and the Founders' Day celebration. The Loyalty Committee sponsors the pep rallies, send-offs and welcomes for the team, the Warhoops Committee, which has charge of the block I, and the award for the athlete of the year. Student and Alumni Relations Committee is also handled by this department. They sponsor the Gold Star Illini Book, and the Question and Answer Hour in connection with the Convocation program. The Traditions Committee brings back to the Illini campus old traditions, such as the Hobo Parade, and Orange and Blue Day. A student and alumni gathering is held at Christmas. Membership and june Class Reunions also come under the wing of this de- partment. Sub Chairmen: Top Row: Jack Shewalter, Bob Barnes, William Gallen, Mary Lou Pike, William Dahlquist, Willis Snow, Thomas Ward Boltom Raw: Charles Hopp, Elizabeth Easter, Elizabeth Whitnel, Ruth Nelson, Louis McCreight, Wesley Marchuk ff XM 2 7 ff 'L , ,R Y ' 1? S ., '5 DEPARTMENT CDF DANCES YVilliam Gallen Director ILLINI UNION 244 Major Chairmen: jean Ryan, Jean Gates, Helen Newby, Barbara Long, Alice Apoyan The Illini Union Department of Dances is divided into five committees which function together to make the Union the center for dancing. Illini Union Dances are sponsored every Saturday nightg square dancing is held every Tues- day night, and mixers on Fridays. Various new tangoes, sambas, and jitterbug' steps are taught at Social Dances on Wednesday nights. During the second semester Coke Dances afforded the students a chance to extend the pleasures of an afternoon date by dancing in The Commons. The Illini Union Department of Dances also sponsors special dances which are held in the George Huff Gymnasium. For these special events such big name bands as Charlie Spivack, Harry Cool, and Johnny Long are featured. The Registration Dances started the semester off with abundant spirit and were Well attended. The Christmas Cotillion featured one of the country's most popular bands. I I Sub Clmirmen: Top Raw: .BernarIcQIlIlXglIcilller, William Mann, Darrell Johnson, joan Ryan, Marion Mirring, joseph Fath, Henry Doney, William a ox I ' b Bottztm Raw: Patricia Murphy, Evelyn Everhart, Helen Wolcott, Dorothy Mattes, Phyllis Nickelson, Catherine urtls '05 If QE www 3, 1 iik Q F54 H, 3 , ,ss-si, up C V, ' f,,' 1, ' S N X V 1' E 'M L X Vi 35 if A 'L' T A... f f A .. nv ,p.Af:f,: -- 1 V Q A. K:g,iQ421,1fQ " 5 ,W L,-I F, . Q ,xrfwf f ywyfg QE ff by U fgga K A A tra, .1 Z, fri W ff- L' gtk W .x,, . "Mia W . he I b . A , YN' f 1 gk '57 a,,.-N wr Zi-W ,way 'ki ,gf 2 f ,V i 'W-IZHQEQ A af.. . MH av I! 2 W -,-5135 L. 13. 55.3 In K . I A Ta K K . -- V8 , -X DEPARTMENT CDF ENTERTAINMENT 4 Norma Del Diedrich Director ILLINI UNION 246 Major Clmifmen: George Walters, Norma Del Diedrich, Betty Ann Romm, Anne Burster, Henry Doney, Carmen McKemie The Department of Entertainment co-ordinates all entertainment provided by the Illini Union. It supervises Club Commons, the student soft-drink nite club, which pro- vides a smooth orchestra for dancing, along with a floor show every Friday night. A Although the famous University Sings began late this year, the group singing, comedy acts, vocalists and dance band on stage still drew capacity crowds to the Auditorium. An Open House Committee was set up to plan free weekends for students in the Union Building, one at the beginning of each semester introduced fresh- men to campus activities. The traditional Illini Union Show, written, directed, and produced by the students, was planned for the weekend of April 25-26. The Union Varieties Committee brought movies along with cartoons and short subjects to the Auditorium. The major chairmen of the Department of Entertainment conducted audi- tions throughout the year, and successfully managed a Talent Bureau which provided entertainment from outside sources. 4 T Sub ClJair'men.' Top Rawx Alvin Gold, William McCommons, Henry Doney, jack Harris Boltom Row: Todd Davis, Rosemary Tornelli, Mildred Phillips, Ann Curry, Janice Huston, Bernadette Baude :Itlq my at 5, 0 Union Open House to .Ng ffm Familiar University Sing Advertisement Dancing in Club Commons Coffee Hour Entertainment 247 Student Talent L, Lgggg DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Q Charles Preston Director ILLINI UNICDN 248 Major Cbzzifmezzr Patricia Schubert, Marilyn Murray, Charles Preston, Mary Lou Rohling The purpose of the Department of Public Relations is to manage such events as Dad's Day and Mother's Day, and to keep before the student body through publicity all of the activities sponsored by the Illini Union. The Illini Town Meetings Committee is designed to offer to students the opportunity to take part in discussions and listen to opinions expressed on out- standing current issues. Dad's Day Committee and Mother's Day Committee set up programs through which the parents were able to have an entertaining time on campus and, at the same time, were able to see the campus activities as offered to their sons and daughters. In addition the Department of Public Relations is responsible for the dis- semination of general information of the policy and practices of the Illini Union. Dad's Day and Mother's Day both materially aid in conveying the purposes to the public as a whole. Sub Clmirmen: Top Raw: Willis Snow, Wesley Marchuk, Robert Garner, William Lensen, Walter Hotz, Elizabeth Easter, Marilyn Murray, Robert Deneen, Robert Simon, George Walters, Alert Shanker, john McKinzie Baltom Row: Marilyn Ewing, Phyllis Chalk, Jean Gates, Jean Ryan, Patricia Schubert, Anne Burster, Marilyn Swanson, Barbara Tunnicliff Dedication of Kinley Hall Town Meeting Armistice Day Observance I Visiting Wisconsin Band 1 0 A414 Q all i Every day Scene in the Union Building 249 DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION Norma Lee VVhitten 7 Director ILLINI UNION 50 to Major Chfrirmem XVilla Whitton, Muriel Lennertz, Virginia Bernard, Elizabeth Easter The Department of Recreation is divided into six major committees which cooperate to give the students of the university the best recreational program possible. The program is so planned that students of every taste and ability are able to use to the fullest extent the recreational facilities of the Illini Union. For the lover of classical music, daily music hours are olfered in the second Hoor loungeg the popular music fan may hear the latest recordings in the Pine Lounge. The Tournament Committee arranges tournaments in ping-pong, bowling, billiards, and chess. Hikes are planned for the outdoor enthusiast by the Outing Club. Once a week the Coffee Hour Committee provides the stu- dents with an opportunity to become acquainted. Social Forums Committee goes to a different house on the campus each week to answer various questions concerning proper social conduct and Illini tradition and convention. This de- partment also provides hosts and hostesses for such occasions as Dad's Day. Sub Cbairniezzt Lila Athey, Jean Loellke, Hazel Sobinsky, Rena Gaines, Nancy Bruce, Jeanne Lewis G fy ,,., . w:gN,.,,Z .Nha ,sf w W AX J +'2'ffLw! rx A Q I --1-1-sum, Ei 3 -Q E 6 . T Q 1' un. J-Q.. ...W . f 1 'ies ,z , .sei 1' H' I E-ii? , 2 - X K Q I Q? r--1--W-.mg r X 1 0 ww .,,,.. .SL ..: V13 Y .fgzfy 1, A 12' A 1' h k DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT SERVICE Marguerite Rietveld Direcfor ILLINI UNION 252 Major Chairmen: Virginia Luft, Mary McLaughlin, Arthur Tompkins, Marguerite Rietveld, Willis Snow, Dorothy Hormell The Service Committee is in charge of preparing Union activities, pictures and copy. It sends Illios to the high schools in the state. This committee also plans campus tours, entertains high school visitors and special campus visitors, and has student-conducted special tours on occasions such as Homecoming or Dad's Day. A question box, which is the information booth, is maintained at the ticket windows. Behind the scenes is the Offices Management Committee which supervises me office work, telephoning, typing, recreation Work, mimeographing, and ing. Under Red Cross, the current entertainment group provides for bringing soldiers from Chanute Field into homes for dinner, and securing tickets for dances, the able-bodied unit helps direct soldiers in working with plastics and art work. The hospital unit goes on Wednesday nights to the hospital at Chanute and presents ward parties. The fourth unit, the Canteen, sponsors coffee hours at Chanute on Sunday afternoons. Sub Clmirmen: Top Row: Richard Plain, Gordon Boyd, james Parchmann, Donald Bowers, Lo:rde Pfulb Botlom Rauf: Burta Fleharty, Bianca Mincer, jean Hansen, Marjorie Stewart "Could you toll me . . . P" y v 2, 1 1 3 Tour on Dad's Day Mimeographing Service V 1 X i -X TT LAL .K ...sf QQ '1 3 Q -2 4 L4 Showing Dad the Union Red Cross Pow WVow Parade V. L. Kretschmer Manager Since the opening of the Illini Union on February 8, 1941, Mr. V. L. Kretschmer and,his capable staff have guided the numerous activities. It is estimated that about 20,000 people enter the Union daily. In order to efliciently accommodate such a large crowd, there are six Union managers, each su- pervising the functions of one of the divisions of the Union's activities. The food staff has a huge task, they expect to serve a total of 2,000,000 meals, in the Commons, the ball- room cafeteria, the Tavern, and the Colonial room. The Illini Union Bookstore is a beneficial project which pays dividends to the students patronizing the store. Also, a large staff schedules the 2,500 meetings taking place each year at the Union building. Another man- ILLINI UNIGN ADMINISTRATION ager arranges reservations for the many alfairs and parties held in the student center. Q The sixth large division of the Union is the Special Services branch. Among these services are the bowling alleys and billiard tables, the guest rooms, and the lounges. This year the Union administration has undertaken the enormous task of installing switchboards that will handle all incoming University calls. This system will eliminate the necessity of calling different numbers for every department on the campus. Every student at the University of Illinois should be grateful to the administration for their part in making our Union a pleasant place in which to spend our leisure hours and a conducive place in which to work and study. .S'!anding.' Mrs. Alice Hurt, Mr. Charles Wfertz, Miss julie Coderre, Mr. Kenneth Rhodes, Miss Lauralynn Parkerson Seated: Miss Martha Irwin, Mr. Vernon Kretschmer, Miss Irene Pierson 254 A-1 ww ,.'w+we-we ,- , A , - K-Wriifw ' - Sf , f xg .xfff ,Qu , Q, .. , A , Me .T , dx .. .. K, .Q -.Mm 1 , 1 , f ..:,g,. fr : 0 ' Q A . .mv 'Wy , lv' , -- '- ' - -,V f .L w' -:Ewa ,.,.fAN, ,WM ...mf my N Z YQ ,,,I,.., , M. .M k -, k 3 -,"f'QQ:4-ff? ff ' .,..Y,-.Y Lgaiiiy' A WY New J 6. , Wzfia' X. Mg www-w15x:4K1. .6191 Y W 2' ffl' 'Q 5 1 E 'S In sm- if 2 Q W W ,mlb rx., ,Aix 5 W f ww 7 3 5 . I 4 xii iii 1, 1. . . ll - , N ., 5 , i 5. ni A Mr, ww -W- .4- mf" ju-.. 33'w?iM.f M, WI'-W'-'W S. :N . www -N -.0 - ' ,YC-:,.A:,...,uq .N REQ," ,V .- 'V ff- 'HN- N, ..-LJ f if X.i', Q K X- ? Q - 'M I - Qs ,1.,L.k..f-ff , -, . -, 1 L ' .. 6 'i , , , ' 'ww , '1- L E m-- N ., , V , ,M f X , ,,,, , N. n X. XX I -, STUDENT CONVOCATIONS Sullivan Riclmdson COMMITTEE ON CONVOCATION LECTURES Alan K. Laing, Clmirman Robert R. Hudelson Virginia Davies. Matthew T. McClure joan Frintz. Fredrick S. Siebert Rosemary Rahn Fred H. Turner Lois Link Mary Lou Rohling The University Convocations bring to our campus competent speakers . ' on subjects of general interest. The Convocations are open to all without charge. Following each address opportunity is provided for a question period and an informal discussion in the Illini Union. Dr. Kirtley Mather Carl Van Doren Major General Carl R. Gray, jr. Clifton Utley 256 Dr. Harold R. Benjamin Captain Robert D. Conrad Dr. T. V. Smith The Hrst speaker of 1946 was Sullivan Richardson, well-known explorer and author, who spoke on "Ad- venture South to Cape Horn" and "Good Neighbors and Strategic Materials." In January, Dr. Kirtley Mather, scientist, editor, and professor of geology at Harvard University, presented his views on "When Science and Religion Meet." Lt. General Ira C. Baker, Chief of Air Staff, stirred his audience with the topic: "A Brief Look at Two Warsf' In May, the internationally famous Carl Van Doren, author and Pulitzer Prize Winner, spoke on "America's Role in the World of Tomorrow." Later in the month, Major General Carl R. Gray, jr., who was in charge of Allied military railroads in Europe, discussed "Railroading in Eighteen Countriesfl June brought Clifton Utley, well-known radio news analyist, and his topic: "The Age of Super Powers, United States and Russia." Design for Waging Peacen was the topic chosen for the August Convocation by Dr. Harold Benjamin, a prominent figure in interna- tional educational relations. The fall season was opened by Captain Robert Con- rad of the Navy Office of Research and Inventions who presented "The Navy Looks Forward with Re- search." The last program was given by a former congressman and present Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago who gave his interpretation of 'AOur Educational Hope and Policy in Conquered Lands." Top Raw: Alan K. Laing, M. T. McClure, Robert R. Hudelson, Fredrick S. Siebert, Fred H. Turner Botlom Row: joan Frintz, Mary Lou Rohling, Virginia Davies Nor m Panel: Rosemary Rahn, Lois Link 257 -Ml Wade Sewell President OFFICERS P1'e.vide11t .................. .... W ade Sewell Vice-Presidevzt ........ Al Park Sec1'etm'y ....... ...... G ail Harms T7'6HSZl7'67' ......... . . .Francis Sampson Sergeavzt at Army .... .. .Nathaniel johnson INTERFRATERNITY CCDUNCIL The lnterfraternity Council is the supervisory and governing body of all social fraternities Within the University. Illinois was the first University to organ- ize an l.F. Council. "Its purpose is to provide for the general welfare and social, scholastic, and recreational activities of the members of the fraternities within the councilg and to instill in them the highest regard for the Illinois traditions and institutions." VVider ac- quaintance and fuller cooperations are fostered by the very composition of the council because it has a junior and senior representative from each fraternity. Regular weekly meetings and committee meetings provide the setting for getting acquainted and dis- seminating constructive ideas for fraternity operation. Al Park Francis T. Sampson Rules and regulations for rushing and pledgeship are determined by this council. The council and Uni- versity Y.M.C.A. jointly sponsor an All-Pledge Ban- quet for the new pledges. Each spring an Interfra- ternity Ball is given for all fraternity men and their guests. Various all-campus activities may be attributed to this council. The most hilarious of these is the tra- ditional Pajama Race held each fall and spring. Other activities vary from year to year. The council does not limit its activities to these men- tioned, but includes others for which the council sees a need. Nate Johnson Gail Harms OFFICERS President . . . . . .Edward Boyle Vice-Presideflt . . . . . .james Stallmeyer C07'7'6.S'p07Idi7lg' Secremry .... . . .Mary Zannini R6C07'dI7Ig' Secremry. . . .... Evelyn Zobel Trefzsurer . . . . .Margaret Mika I-Ii5to1'ia11 . . . .... jean Doyle NBNMANFi The Newman Foundation is the Catholic student center on the campus of the University. Its program is under the direction of the Reverend Dr. Edward J. Duncan, who is assisted by the Reverend Edward W. O'Rourlce and the Reverend Edgar C. Taylor. First among the Foundation's activities is the work of St. j0hn's Catholic Chapel, which offers the Catholic students several masses daily and Sunday, opportunity for frequent reception of the sacraments, and other liturgical services throughout the year. Important phases of the foundation program include credit Rev. Dr. Edward J. Duncan Director OUNDAUGN courses in religion, the choir, the Sanctuary Society, the Altar Society, the Graduate Students' League and the Married Couples' Group. The activities of the Newman Club, official Catholic student organization on campus, include corporate communions, discussion groups, lectures, dramatics, intramural sports, and parties. The Newman Club has the following threefold purpose: to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members, to weld the Catholic students into a common union, and to assist the university and its students whenever possible. 259 MCKINLEY FOUNDATION OFFICERS President ................. John Turnbull Vice-Presidwzt . . . . . .Virginia Baker' Secretmfy ...... . . .Phyllis Rohde Treasmfer . . . .Lloyd DeBoer Top Raw: James I-line, Gretchen Plagge, Jennis Barry, Robert Plagge, Arthur Hall Third Rauf: Atha Tehon, Norma Wible, William Newby, Ellis Knox, Lloyd DeBoer Second Row: Warren Day, Margaret DeLong, Florence Christiansen, Jayne K. Taylor, Helen Bowditch, Clay Secor Bottom Row: John Turnbull, Virginia Baker, Alice Jacobsen, Barbara Anderson, Sue Robinson, Mary Jane Ritchie, John Christ Nat in Panel: Phyllis Rohde, George Clark, Jane Foster, Terry Bell Fey, Joan Huster, Ruth Turner, Portia Dorman, Alice Ann Walker McKinley Foundation, the Presbyterian center, is a "home away from home" for University students. A spirit of fellowship prevails in a program of training in the standards and ideals of student religious leaders. The programs are planned and directed by the stu- dent council, aided by the staff members, Dr. James R. Hine, Miss Jennis Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Interdenominational religious cooperation at the University of Illinois is accomplished through the Re- ligious Workers Association and the Student Religious Council. The R.W.A. consists of staff members of the several denominational foundations and the Y .M.C.A. and the Y .W.C.A. The Student Religious Council is composed of two student delegates from each of these Plagge, and Mr. Arthur B. Hall. Activities of the year include Sunday night supper clubs, Wednesday afternoon teas and vespers, "Gloom Chaser" teas dur- ing exams, big parties on Friday nights, and the annual spring banquet. Two Sunday morning worship services are held each week in order to accommodate the crowds. same organizations. The two advisors appointed from the Religious Workers Association are Reverend James Hine and Miss Vera Voltz. Dr. E. E. Lindstrom is the faculty advisor. The Student Religious Council sponsors Campus Matins, and special campus-wide services on Thanks- giving, Holy Week, Good Friday, and Easter. Top Row: Harr Gille, Phyllis Brandt, Warren Day, Dr. Hine, Dr. Lindstrom, Sigel Davis, Atha iI'ehon Bottom Row: Virginia Baker, Melba Lee Holmes, Eugene Hurless, Warren Colclesser, Don Wise, Miss Voltz, Eleanor Kennedy Not in Panel: Alan Kanter, Gloria Newman, Elizabeth Kun, Barbara Moody, Wayne Chambliss. Wilma Landis, June Bramlet, Barbara Thornasson, Joan Koehler, Johanna Kramer, Margaret Mika, John Ringness ' OFFICERS Presidevzz ................. Phyllis Brandt Vice-President. . . . . .Mary Jane Meeker Secretary ...... . . .Eleanor Kennedy T1feaszn'e1' . ..... Alan Kanter STUDENT RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 260 ROGER VVHlLAAAS FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS President ................. james O'Neal Vice-P1'eside11t . . ....... Eugene Hurless Secretary ....... . . .Lois jean Strubinger 'TTEllSZl7'67' . . . . .William Cousins, jr. Top Row: Maurice Watkins, Robert Bishop, Glendall King, Robert Kern, William XVight, Lynn Coultas. Forrest Orr, George Schweitzer, Roy Lindberg Second Row: Virginia Luft, Mar Harner, Rose Marie Holmes, Mary Lou Newburn, Doris Dugan, Shirley Wright, Elizabeth Sitter, Melba Lee Holmes, Cornelia Hayme, Clayton Callis B0lf0.m Row: Mrs. Edith Offenhiser, William Cousins, jr., games O'Neal, Lois jean Strub- inger, Eugene Hurless, Mrs. Bonnie Gould, Rev. Paul O enhiser The Roger Williams Fellowship is the Baptist Foun- dation Group for University students. Its center is the University Baptist Church, established in 1912 to help make vital religion an integral part of Illini life. Rev- -erend Paul Offenhiser is the Minister and Director, and Reverend Monroe Robinson, Associate Director of the Foundation. The Student Council, selected on a basis of interest The Wesley Foundation is the center for the Metho- dist students, providing a church life especiallv de- signed for campus needs. Organized in 1913, this is the first of one hundred and twenty Weslev Founda- tions now spread throughout the country. 'Its varied, all-the-week program includes the following: church services with student choir, student classes, fellowship suppers and student vespers on Sundav evenings, Freindly Refreshment hours, Wednesday afternoon, social events, Friday evenings, Wes-Illini, the Founda- and ability, develops the program designed to serve students through intelligent worship, religious educa- tion, open discussion of vital issues, candlelight suppers, and democratic social life. The program affords training in Protestant Church- manship and includes both week-day and Sunday ac- t1VltlCS. tion newspaper, an annual Wesley Banquet, and varied study, drama, and music groups, in which all kinds of interest and talents find expression. The Wesley Foun- dation majors in friendliness and training for practical service. The Student Council plans and directs this program in co-operation with the Foundation staff members, Dr. Paul Burt, Mrs. Donald Smith, Mrs. John Parker, and Mr. Robert J. Trobaugh. Top Row: john Keener, William Haebich, Everett Hall, john Rundquist, Ernest Waggoner, Harold Sortor, Dale Retherforcl Second Row: William Bettenhausem, Barbara Moody, Sara I.. Taylor, Helen Cline, Norma McKean, Eleanor Icenogle, Bettie Parker, Robert Trobaugh, Dean Shinneman, Paul Burt Boltom Row: Frances Logan, Lois Delap, Mary Jacobson, Richard Reeves, Lois Bruinkool, Lawrence Davis, Wanda Swarcl. Kathryn Smith Na! In Panel: Ruth jacques, Jane Gothard OFFICERS President ' ............. Richard Reeves Vzce-P1'es1de1zt . . . . . .Lois Bruinkool Sec1'em1'y ...... . . .Mary Jacobson Treasz11'e1' . . . . .Lawrence Davis WESLEY FOUNDATION 261 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL CABINET President ......................... Richard Handel Hillel Players .................. Edmund Rosenblum Vice-President . . . .... Phyllis Bender Music Work Shop. . . ...... Michael Landis Secretary ,..... .... P atricia Poses Hillel Post ...................... Beatrice Chayken Treasurer . . . .... Allan Bolotin Town Hall ......................... Sol Rosenberg Inter-Collegiate Zionist Federation of America Sam Kremen Art and Publicity ............... . . .David Hacker Social Committee .................... Elaine Samson Committee on Religious Activities ....... Jerome Fox Director ........... ............ D r. A. L. Sachar Social Welfare .................. Jacqueline Cooper Assistant Director ....... Rabbi Sanford E. Saperstein Inter-Faith Group ..................... Alan Canter Assistant to Rabbi ................ Mrs. M. Goldberg Administration and Finance .... ..... A darilyn Isler Director of Student Activities ....... Paul Rubinstein Gloria Newman HILLEL FGUNDATION The Blnai B'rith Hillel Foundation is the center serv- ing the cultural, social, and religious needs of the jew- ish student on the Illinois campus. On the principle that the patterns of Jewish life are an important part of western civilization and can enrich the resources of the campus, Hillel activities are planned as a supple- ment to university and extra-curricular life. Students are encouraged to develop their own pro- grams with the friendly counsel of the directors and staff. Through these democratic experiences it is hoped that the students will achieve those capacities for re- sponsible leadership which will enable them to serve their home communities. The workshops and com- mittees serve as laboratories where the students may give creative expression to their interests. The Hillel year is highlighted by events such as the following: Hillel Credit Courses, Religious Services, Town Hall, Forum Series, Film Classics Series, Coffee Hour Dis- cussions, Words and Music, Hillel Plays, Sings, Stunt Show, and Carnival. Tqp Row: Lamb, Rosenblum, Sichel, Canter, Solomen, Tannenbaum, Schonefeld, Strom A Middle Row: Rossman, Koppel, Newman, Becker, Cooper, Chayken, Mandelbaum, Gomberg, Duhoff, Cohn, Goldstein Front Row: Goldberg, Rubinstein, Rabbi Saperstein, Hacker, Bolotin, Bender, Handel, Poses, Samson, Eisler, Fox, Rosenberg 262 ILLINOIS DISCIPLES' FOUNDATION Dr. Stephen E. Fisher, Minister of University Place Clnziich and Director, Illinois Disciples' Fozmdatioii The Rev. Miss Norma C. Brown, Stzzdeizt Pastor and Associate Director of Illinois Disciples, F ouizdatioii Illinois Disciples' Foundation is an incorporated agency representing the Disciples of Christ of Illinois in serving the religious life of students at the Univer- sity with special responsibility for those of Disciple preference. It operates in close cooperation with the University Place Christian Church. Its Student Organization, the Discipilini Fellowship, operates on a functional basis through its officers, its cabinet, composed of eleven chairmen, and its council, composed of sub-chairmen and members of functional committees. 4 1 l Wamw f""'X X ""2,' 5 ' - f. N Q fx, Q Wh QQ? wig Nb , Agni A ig E ,jf 3 W QQ f 5 . i F 5 W M , 1, ANA,, . ,W ,M 7, A -fXL -K5-'yi wffwwghwwjf-" i , 5 S xii. 265 Louise I-Ieidlcr, P1'e.vide7zt Illinois Pan-hellenic, which is associated with the National Pan-hellenic Council, was formed at the Uni- versity of Illinois before 1918. Its membership is com- posed of the twenty-five social sorority groups on the campus. The elected President of Pan-hellenic pre- sides over the two governing bodies, the Presidents, Council and the Executive Council. The President of each sorority is a member of the Presidents' Council, where all the rules pertaining to the sororities are voted upon. The Executive Council, composed of the Pan-hellenic officers, the Departmental Chairmen, the Court of Appeals and Shi-Ai, presents suggestions to guide and direct the individual houses according to the rules of the Pan-hellenic Constitution. 'The Pan-hellenic objective is to Create friendship PAN-HELLENIC and effective living among the sororities, and between Pan-hellenic and other groups. Active interest and participation in local and national activities is encour- aged. Among Pan-hellenic's philanthropic works is the foster child, an underprivileged child in Europe, sponsored by the Presidents' Council, and the furnish- ing of milk and other necessities to local under- privileged children by Shi-Ai. Pan-hellenic set a precedent among colleges by hold- ing formal rushing for the first time in the spring last year. ' Another outstanding event of the year was the Pan-hellenic Ball in November, with music by Dick jurgens. , ,.,, ..t.,N,.,..,m.,W. S I' .fm ., PAN-HELLENIC OFFICERS Top allow: joan Gagen, Chi Omega, Serrelaryg Charlotte K. Ramenofsky, Sigma Delta Tau, VICE-PVEJiliEl1f,' Janice Ehleb, Gamma Phi Beta, fenmrer Bottom Row: Dean Rosecrans, Famliy Ad1'iJ'0l',' Louise Heidler, Zeta Tau Alpha, Prerident 266 EXE! ZUTIVE COMMITTEE Top Row: Jean Fleharty, Pi Beta Phi, Joyce Hull, Alpha Gamma Delta, Billie Jean Allen, Delta Zeta: Lorraine Johnson, Alpha Delta Pi, Mary Barbara Greene, Alpha Chi Omega, Shi-Ai President: Sa ly Pfelfer, Kappa Alpha Theta, Schol- arship Chairman, Mary Whitnel, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pledge Advisor, Aice Mandel, Phi Sigma Sigma, Rushing Chair- man Bonom Row: Joy Chapman, Delta Gamma, Social Chairman, Mildred Phillips, Delta Delta Delta, Activity Chairman, Pat Simpkins, Theta Upsilon, Eloise Wex- man, Delta Phi Epsilon PAN-HELLENIC PAN-HELLENIC PLEDGE PRESIDENTS Tap Row.: Betty Jo McCully, Theta Upsilong Mae Jean Engen, Delta Zeta, Ro Gene Molner, Sigma Delta Tau, Sue Berlin, Alpha Epsilon Phi: Valeri Westfield, Sigma Kappa, El en Lauder, Alpha Phi, Carol Smith, Alpha Delta Pi, Beverlee Allen, Delta Gamma, Jane Young, Delta Delta Delta, Nan chmeling, Alpha Omicron Pi, Nancy Vollrath, Kappa Alpha Theta Bnllam Row: Joyce Gord-on, Phi Sigma4Si1gma, lJuanita Dillard, Delta Sigma Theta, Marjorie Stern, Delta Phi Epsilon, Irene Ther, Gamma Phi Beta, Jane Foster, Phi Mu, Mary Timm. A pha 'Gamma Delta, Mary Howard, Alpha Chi Omega, Kathv Kee'ey, Kappa Delta, Laurie Stencel, Zeta Tau Alpha, Rene Markus, Alpha Xi Delta, Nancy Nelson, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mary Grinter, Chi Omega CHAPTER PRESIDENTS Top Raw: Helen Walker, Alpha Delta Pi: Nancy Scharff, Kappa Kappa Gamma ,' Helen Anderson, Alpha Kappa Alpha Fifth Row: Janice Ehleb, Gamma Phi Beta, Barbara Christy, Phi Mu, Mary Louise- Irish, Alpha Chi Omega, Alice Joslyn, Chi Omega Fourth Raw: Sall Millis, Delta Gamma, Winnie Schroeclier, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mary Ruth Trecldinick, Kappa Delta, Francis Tick, Sigma Delta Tau Third Row: Gwendolyn Ray, Delta Sigma Tau, Esther Little, Tau Upsilon, Carolyn Dallenbach, Pi Beta Phi, Margie Golder, Alpha Epsilon Phi Second Rauf: Nadine Ransom, Delta Zeta, Margot Flock, Alpha Phi, Barbara Tunnicliff, Alpha Xi Delta, Ellen Kim- brell, Zeta Tau Alpha Botlom Row: Arlene Rosenstein, Phi Sigma Sigma, Shirley Novack, Delta Phi Ep- silon, Barbara Ginzel, Alpha Omicron Pi, Joan Campbell, Kappa Alpha Theta, Alice Ann Walker, Delta Delta Delta 267' WGMAINVS GROUP Catherine Palccek, Presiderlt Woman's Group System is the organization of all independent women on campus. Included in the sys- tem are the women's residence halls, scattered groups, and organized women's houses. The presidents of these groups participate in a weekly council meeting, they also sponsor activities within their own groups. This year there are over 70 organized groups. W.G.S. devotes its time to the encouragement of scholarship, activities, and social life among its mem- bers. Its own activities are varied. Among the maior group events are the District Teas, the Christmas Musical, the XVatcheka Sing, and the Presidentls Ban- quet. WQ'G.S. cooperates with MIA. in presenting an annual stunt show, the Independent Informal and the SYSTEM formal MaHila dance. Climaxing the year's activities in the YV.G.S. Spring Awards Tea, where recognition is given independent houses and students for outstand- ing scholarship and activity participation. The Executive Council of lV.G.S. is the policy- tletermining group. This council is composed of the district chairmen, the committee chairmen, the offi- cers, and the faculty adviser. The ofiicers are elected in the spring for the following year by popular vote of all of the members of YV.G.S. All other positions are appointed by the officers, following interviews of all qualified girls who applied for the position. Any independent woman may petition for a postion on the committees of 'vV.G.S. XV.G.S. OFFICERS ' I l Shirley Neuhauer, Srrrefm'y,' Carol Swanson, 7'ri-n,m:'e1'.' Catherine Palctek. Pre5idef1l,' Mrs. Hudson, Ar1'1'1Jef',' Barbara Moody, VICE-P1'6Jlt2IE71f 268 W . cs. 5. XV.G.S. DISTRICT Cl-IAIRMEN St11mIi11g.' Ruth Wlcimer, Mary Lou Rohling, Marilyn Zimny Sefzleglf Eleanor lcenolzlc, Catherine Snow, Carol Lott No! nz Pfmel: Lynne Kirby XV.G.S. SUB-DISTRICT CHAIRMEN Shirley Cole, Janice Skelton, Monna Scott, Dorothy Mattes, Mary Bogar. Joyce Lindbloom, Abbie Olson, Marilyn Swanpon, Shirley Mraz Not in Panel: Beth Ringstrand, Mary Norwood, Mary Rizzoli, Alice Prnfrock, Frances Kendrick, Jeanne Leader, Margaruire Beem 7 June Bramlet Prerzdenr Betty Norbcrg F zrsz Vice-Prexzdevzt ..C.. The Young Women's Christian Association has served as a center for Christian living on the University of Illinois campus for sixty-two years. Women students, faculty, and alumnae combine their efforts to maintain the high standards and ideals of the association and to achieve its purpose -f'Full and creative life"-for all students. Each Week the YWCA sponsors Thursday afternoon Vespers, Freshman Interest Groups, and social functions. The annual Doll Show brings happi- ness to many underprivileged children who find the dolls, dressed by women students, on Christmas morning. This year our YWCA was hostess to the meeting of the National Assembly of the Student Divisions of the YWCA and YMCA, held on this campus during the Christmas vacation. Each and every girl is important in the YYVCA, but the freshmen are foremost in the minds of all. The YW has special interest groups to help freshmen Women adjust to campus life and later to find a place in one of the sixteen departments in the Y. All members contribute the annual fee and may participate in all YWCA functions. All University women are invited to take part in the Y YVCA program. A'l21I'lC. CDSIFOHP Xferna Voltz Nlgry Lgu Cusick Second Vzce-P1'e.v1dc1zt Execmiw Director Agyiymm Diyggfgy Louise Converse Secremry Marjorie Bean Ann Noble. Treasurer Pnblzczfy Coordumtor 'B V Tag Row: Mary Myrth Wfallace, Louise Converse, Juanita Gaumer, Marie Ostrom, Mary Beth Hull, joan Koehler, Helen Alexander, Thelma Butts Tbzrd Row: Dorothy Price, AMary jo Wedge, Polly Lauren, Phyllis Rohde, Rita Horn, Billie jean Allen, Betty Esters, Betty Norberg Seromi Row: Mary Lou Cusick, Irene Puckett, Mary Argenbright, June Bramlet, Marjory Bean, Merriam Anderson, Helen Sleferman, Verna Volz, Barbara Thomasscn Batiom Row: joan Ryan, Lynn Moore, Ester Streger, Marilee Loveridge, Dorothy Ehrhardt, Annu Noble, Lois Klein, Carol Lott No! in Panel: Beverly Bebb Y I l C C I Meetings are Fun! Women at Work- i x i, 271 Lucille Magnusson, Preridem Any girl planning to ,lead a well-rounded college life-balancing study with recreation, may participate in W.A.A. activities. You do not have to be proficient in any sport. The opportunity to acquire skill in dif- ferent athletics is offered four seasons a year. W.A.A. members also take part in special events! contests, playdays with other schools, teas, and recep- tions. After completing one sports season, any girl is eligible to become an active member. Rewards are awarded to those members who merit them. The highest award is the Major "I" awarded to those who have successfully completed ten sports seasons. Orange class numerals go to those completing six sport sea- sons. W. A. A. VV.A.A. is divided into Interhouse and General. Interhouse competition is stimulated by the Inter- house trophy, which is awarded in the spring. It goes to the house that accumulates the highest number of points during the year. Individual girls may compete in the General Division. Organizations sponsored by W.A.A. are Orchesis, an honorary dancing group, and Terrapin, an honor- ary swimming group. Alpha Sigma Nu, VV..-LA. honorary, offers mem- bership to any girl completing eight sport seasons, and maintaining a University average of a H47 W.A.A. activities encourage good sportsmanship, future leadership, keen competition, and physical Well- being. W.A.A. BOARD MEMBERS Top Rauf: julia Stahl, Trillis Jacks, jane Schoonmaker, Helen Becker, Flora Offner Boitom Raw: Ila McDonald, Mary Abbott, Lucille Magnusson, Mary Hall, Shirley Donnelly 272 l ,fi W.A.A. SPORTS MANAGERS Top Row: Wfilrnar DeYoung, Norma Miller, Helen Haeger, Marjorie Harris, Elizabeth Morphy Sfrazzd Raw: Marilyn Fossland, Theresa Perry, Verna Lathrop, Lila Jeanne Athey, Virginia Myers, Neva Larimore, Edith Miller, ,Ian McAuley Bottom Row: Dorothy Dolan, Ruth Wfolfe, Rosalie McLaughlin, jan Ishihara, Bonniejean Schmieg, Dorothy Fink .A.A. W!.A.A. AXVARDS Top Row: Mary Hall, Helen Haeger, Mar'orie Harris, Trillis jacks, Mary R. Abbott, jane A. Schoonmaker, Neva Larimnre I Seraud lglorr: Dorothy Holstnn, Helen Beclcer, Janet lshihara, Lois' Berger, julia Stahl, Theresa Perry, Ila McDonald, Mayme Vacketta, Rita Arnold, Dorothy Fin Boilom Raw: Janice Armitage, Elaine Sclifovitz, Florence Krasne, Rrth Wfolfe, Betty johnson, Dorothy Dolan, Lu Magnusson, Bonniejean Schmieg, Flora Offner, Louise Peters, Shirley Donnelly, Isabelle Morcllo i 273 ORCHESIS Orchesis, the modern dance group on campus, gives its members opportunity for composition and perform- ance. At the beginning of each semester try-outs are held for those interested in joining the group. Orchesis is divided into two sections, general Orchesis and Con- cert Orchesis. In general Orchesis emphasis is placed on technique and beginning composition. In Concert Orchesis more advanced technique and composition are worked on. Orchesis presents a Christmas program each year. This year the theme was developed on Christmas carols and the story of "The Juggler of Notre Damef, Meriam Levine, President It was presented in Lincoln Hall Theatre on December 18th. Orchesis' most ambitious project of the year is their annual spring concert. Each semester Mrs. Margaret Mains and Miss Anne Betts, faculty advisers of the group, and members of Orchesis present a lecture demonstration for art and music appreciation classes. The officers of Orchesis are: president, Meriam Levine, secretary, Alice Burke, treasurer, Mary Ab- bott, corresponding secretary, Barabara Hunsucker, mistress of the wardrobe, Ethel Picard. Alice Burke, Elaine Selicowitz Mis, Mains, Mary Abbott, Elaine Selicowitz, Marilyn Munkers 274 Marilyn Munkers, Carmille Pacelli, june Bickerton, Mary Abbott Bonniejean Schmeig President Climaxing a season of diligent yet enjoyable prac- tices, was the annual Water pageant held in May. Out- standing skill, performed individually and as a group, was noticeable, as forty-five girls executed intricate and original swimming formations. Sparkling cos- tumes, colorful scenery, and varied music added to the gala occasion. Members of the club are selected on the basis of tryouts which test their ability in swimming and div- ing. These tryouts are open to all University women. This year, a new group was started to increase swim- ming proficiency for those girls who had not suc- TERRAPIN Co-sponsoring a women's swimming meet with YV.A.A. was again one of the activities of the club. Enthusiasm was high as the swimmers vied for medals and the inter-house trophy. In the spring, Terrapin entered a team of outstanding swimmers to represent the University in the annual National Inter-Collegiate Telegraphic Swimming Meet. This year the club was ably guided by Miss Virginia Lee Horne, new head of the women's swimming de- partment. Successfully directing the club were Bonnie- jean Schmeig, president, Carol Schulman, vice-presi- dent, Ruth Christiansen, secretary, Janet McAuley, ceeded in passing the tryouts. treasurer, and Jeanne Murphy, historian. Top 51052, fglagelyn I-lgzirfiies, Joanne Bresee, Alice Mack, Jeanne Murphy, Janet McAu lcy, Ruth Christiansen, Carol Schulman, Bonniejean Schmieg, Mary Morwood, Barbara Tbirzgelxgg P13352 Burns, Charlotte Keck, Helen Haeger, Trillis Jacks, Dorothy G ritfith, Nancy Dunn, Mary Ellen Needler, Donna Caldwell, Pat Cory, Mae-jean Engen, Secof13aitRf3gfilcnBetty Dyer, Shirley Peters, Joan Rose, Barbara Porter, Mary Ann Schumacher, Mary Gotti, Jean Campbell, Edith Miller, Barbara Karkow, Doris Layson, Bnllom Row: Lois Berger, Pat Frosch, Muriel Parr , Barbara Christy, Marjory Hiilvorsen, Lois Katy, Janice Rosen, Doris Neyendorf, Ruth Stouffer No! in Panel: Carole Hass, Nancy Nelson, Joan Pllau, Ann Schellabarger 275 I I T .MW A AQm+e5EiZz3?fi? X ' Y 1 5' z, Hm , 4 , V 1 f K L: 1 MAA QM I P 591 N. . - . ' ' Q Q.,X .1 3 f-. V V Q 11 ,v'-' f I l W v !, r.f f- - v f000pjgQ,i qivnonnp, f9'0nonp, :noon ll f E 'x W ,mn Al Gertler, C 0-Editor Ralph Hallenstein, Co-Editor ' THE DAILY ILLINI In its seventy-fifth year of publishing at the Univer- sity Tbe Daily Illini was headed by Alfred Gertler and Ralph Hallenstein, Co-Managing Editors, who outlined the new policy of making the newspaper primarily a paper for the University students with national and international news secondary to local news. Gathering news was divided among various staffs headed by Assistant Editors Bob Beam, Seymour Fried- man, Barbara Gilbreath, Elaine Sell and Martha Swain. In addition to the actual gathering of news, editing it, and making up the paper, the editors trained freshmen reporters in newspaper work. They were assisted in all general editorial work by nine copy editors. A,fJlJfd!lf Edilaru Mar- tha Swain, Seymour Friedman, Barbara Gilbreath, Bob Beam, Elaine Sell 278 'D THE DAILY ILLINI l Campuf Srouff: jack Putman, Marv Loeb, Sandy Poslol, Jack Langan Copy Edztmf: Vzrginia Davies, Mason Buck, Marilyn Unmacht, Grover Hoff, Copy Edjfgng Bill Nangy, jane Bueggher, Carol Sghulman, Larry Krnmp Ilean Linskv FRESHMEN-SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF Tap Row: Tom Moore, Bob Fitzgibbon, Tom Dodds, john McGlone, john Eckert, Brad Dressler, Dave Cunningham, Duffy Marks, Jack Carroll Bottgri Row: Rita Barnett, Lois Link, Rena Gaines, Nicki Mack, Pat Kimler, Ann Reis, Merilyn Rosenfeld, Ruth Mend, janet son 279 Robert Stelzcr, Business Manager julia Rochow, Del Schwartz, Assistant Business Managers THE DAILY ILLINI Robert Stelzer served as Business Manager, coordi- nating the functions of the Business Staff, which in- cluded display, classified and national advertising, cir- culation, promotion, copy, credit, statistics, and oHice departments. Serving with Stelzer were julia Rochow and Del Schwartz, Assistant Business Managers, and a staff of department managers. The Business Staff was credited with giving The Daily Illini its most successful financial year in a decade. Gene Shalit, Sports Editor, followed the 'flfighting Illini" through an extremely successful athletic year with excellent sports coverage and his daily column, "What Shalit Be?". He was aided by jim Brooks, As- sistant Sports Editor. JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGERS Seated: Phyllis Steinkamp, Margaret Young, Peggy Conard, Virginia Bernard, Allie Lou Keighin Slamling: Al Corey, Don Robertson 280 FRESHMENVSOPHOMORE BUSINESS STAFF Tag Row: Marilyn james, Gordon Taylor, Bill Bzihlman, Alfred Gould, Lloyd Carnahan, Ramona Boehmer Third Row: Kathy Mathis, Helene Wolf, Nancy Schmeling, Betty Bowen U A Second Row: Janet Birch, Edna Kennedy, C nthia Mcllhenny, Norma Prudent, Miriam Cowan, Lois Dpngan Baltom Row: Myra Major, Phyllis Roth, Edlith Fantus, Grace Zimring, Marilyn Robinson, Lois Holstine ADVERTISING STAFF lzimes Brooks, A.v.ii,rmi1i Sfl01'f.f Eflifm-5 Gene Shalit 3110111 Ill: fi Betty Rowan, Robert Roth, Harold Heidbreder. Richard Halpern, Richard Morgan, Y Victor Day, Knute Crelrbe 281 SPORTS STAFF Top Roux' Isaac Jacobsen, Stewart Buhai, Pauline Dolan, Gene Shalit, Robert Hughes .Yuuoud Row: Kenneth Lindsay, William Broom, jack Collins, Edgar Wilks, Orrin Benjamin I linzmnl Raw: Burton Freireich, Sander Postol, Ruth Tosenstiel, joseph Fouchard, Richard Martin 1 1 THE ILLIO EDITORIAL Marion Bollinger Assistant Editor , ? l 'T l -i l 1 4 l 4, A Charlotte Krasne Ramenofsky W, Editor 1 I The publication of The Illia of 1947 was under the direction of Charlotte Ranienofsky, Editor and Marion Bollinger, Assistant Editor. They plotted the course 1 the junior, Sophomore and Freshmen staffs followed throughout the year. The art work for the entire book was done by Ed Newquist under the supervision of Al. 282 YVillian1 Kennedy, Assistant Professor of Art. l l l I jmziar Edifmx: George Platt, Gloria Gould, Pat Lauchner, Put Price, Shirley Nagcll 9 FRESHMEN-SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF Tap hI,iag'.'d.Marilyn Hagen, jane Kurrus, Barbara Seaquist, Ruger Purdy, Fred Lederer, john XVestenlxaver, Nancy Wfilson, Norma Pcller, Sonya Adcs, Blythe c ra re Third 5010! Nancy Van Noppen, Miriam Sommer, Millicent Simonds, Edie XVells, Vida june Kcrsch, Betty Lou Bailey, Irene Ther, Lois Sprague, Nancy n erson Serofzd Row: Gwen Fuchs, Maizie Hagier, Mary Howard, Barbara Brnckmeier, joan Bergquist, Ro Jcne Molner, Miriam Baker. Dorothy Bclnap ' Bottom Row: I.cc Cadwell, Yxonnc Gardner, Karin Johanson. Ann Finch. Rhoda Hess, Sue Lerner, Claire Levin, Martha McLean THE ILLIO OF l947 ' S521 -- - - ' 1 ' ' la R bl, XV4ll'. Blr li- jcrry Borden, Smfjl Pl70f0,Q7'L'll7bCl' SlllyeglgggglgfeiiigiizlDglbtillcs Sum' Charm 0 my I nm in JIHIIIII' fidiforr: Porky Gates, janet Xvynn, Keith Hunter, Lois Klein, Jo Ann Baysingcr -f ff! I' 1. 5 A 283 TH ILLIG BUSINESS Barbara Angus Assistant Business .Wn11nge1' Bob Bitzer Business Mmmgcr Bob Bitzer, Business Manager, and Barbara Angus, Assistant Business Manager, headed the Business Staff in keeping the books in order, selling lllios, selling adver- tisements, and handling all the financial matters of the yearbook. They had a very successful year by having a complete sell-out of The Illia. The photographers of the staff headed by jerry Borden were kept busy taking the pictures for The Illio. They worked hard and the results were rewarding. junior Bzuineis Magzagerss Laurel Stiglitz Dorothy Ann Price, Jeanne Slmrfenberg Bill Newby 284 s FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BUSINESS STAFF A ' . Top Bob Lane, jim Roantree, Marian Scheineman, Caryl Brunnemeyer, Madalyn Gretzinger, Florence Wfalter, Adeline DSBIHSIO, jane Davis, Thomas 1 roy Third Raw: Mary Lou Walling, Helen Crain, Barbara Bickel, Phyllis Skiles, Doroth Wolfe, Ioan Boriske, Maralyn Weiss, Dolores Timm I Second Raw: jackie Galliga-n, Ann Lutz, Barbara Bradley, Helene Rubin, Marda Spielberger, jean Swanson, Jane elson, Lee Arm Layton, COFIFIHC QVCSSOU Bottom Row: Marilyn Knight, Ruth Lilja, Pat Orland, Kathy Keeley, Mary Ann Holland, Barbara Stateler, Mary Bandy, Allce Dee Chapman, Margie Marx THE ILLIO OF 19-47 M sa, v .. Slay? Phntagrapbefm' Bob',,Crane, john McGlo , J t H L I-Ioadley , M Not in Panel: Al Malelo, Bill Wilcox, Richard Davies ne ane oy, yman Ari Smjf: 1. William Kennedy, Edson Newquist, l A ' is ' ' gqr junior Burizzwr Managen: Mar Porter, Elizabeth Easter, Lois Bollle, Lila Jones 'W THE ILLINOIS AGRICULTURIST Sealed Ruth Jaques, lyV0llIL'l1'J' Eglilur: Eldon Larson, Editor - I Slnmlmg: Robert Corzine, Blmmarf zllrzmzgw' The Illinois Ag'l'lClllfZll'lA'f is the student publication of the College of Agriculture. The aims of the maga- zine, which is published six times during the school year, are to keep the students informed of achievements in the Held of scientific agriculture, to report to them on the current activities about the Ag Campus, and to acquaint them more fully with the staff and depart- ments of the College of Agriculture. In this, the fifty- first year of publication of the Illinois Agriczzlturist, Eldon Larson is Editor, Ruth Jaques is WVoman's Editor, and Robert Corzine, Business Manager. The staff is assisted by a Faculty Advisory Board of which O. H. Sears is chairman. The other members are: R. H. YVilcox, A. S. Colby, C. S. Rhode, and Miss jesse Heathman. Top Row: Esther Seiman, Merle LeSage, Robert Kern, james Whitcomb, john Irwin, jean.Neese Third Roux' William Zumwalt, Mary Argenbright, Betty johnson, Paul Vogen, Charles Nicholson, Arthur Howard, Betty Reynolds Serond Rauf: Rose Ellen Disbrow, Mirian Wrigley. Ilohn Albricht, Russell Lewey, Roger Himkrn, Oren Miles, Margery VC'ood urn Bottom Row: Royce Hinton, Mary Hansen, Doris K einfelter, Frank Rolf, Jeanne Dierkes, Lila Jeanne Athey, Earl rish, julia Ruth Stahl Not in Panel! Kent Ryan, Betty Black, Keith Schertz, Kenneth Cheatham, Roger Osterbar, Donald Duvick, Ross I-Iostetter 286 THE TECHNCDGRAPH Established in 1885 the lllinois Technograph. thc student publication of the College of Engineering, has been serving the students for sixty-two years. lt is a member of Engineering College Magazines Asso- ciated and has always been in high standing with the organization. The Technograph presents feature articles of tech- nical and semi-teclmical nature, new developments, personalities of professors and students, news of honorary and departmental societies, joke page, and other news of current interest. A new feature added Edward Bader Arthur Lcmmger Business Manager Edztor this year is the indoctrination page. This page car- ries articles of information for new students in the college. Free copies of the magazine are sent to 650 high schools in the state of Illinois. The staff, after struggling along during the war years, is now back to its normal complement. Progress is being made to re-establish the Technograph as one of the best magazines in the E.C.M.A. helped by the advice of Professor -I. A. Henry and Professor A. R. Knight. Top Row: Don Halperin, Professor J. A. Henry, George Foster, George Kvitek, Francis Green, Edwin Billy, Toby Levinson Second Row: Barbara Schmidt, Martin Sabath, James Leeming, Edward Bader, Dorothy Collier, John :Arrington Bauargz Row: Ruth Bone, Gene Robinson. Arthur Leininger, Robert johnson, Robert Eisberg . . No! rn Panel: Howard Franklin, Karl Hilgendorf, John Dick, jerry Matthews, Tom Moore, Bill Morgan, Charles Straus, Rudy Vergera, Ed Witort, Marshall Bryskier, Robert Hagenberg, Ralph Hoeckelman 287 Donald S. Hoebel C onzpany Manager Cecil A. Moyer Chairman, Board of Control X Frederick S. Siebert Vice-Chairman, Board of Control ILLINI PUBLISHING COMPANY The Illini Publishing Company under the direction of Don Hoebel, company business manager and stu- dent advisor, and Cecil A. Moyer, chairman of the board of control, provides the best printing service available at the minimum cost. The company has under its supervision the various university student publications The Illio, yearbookg The Daily Illini, newspaperg The Agricnltnrist, maga- zine published by the students in the College of Agri- cultureg and The Technograph, magazine published by the students in the College of Engineering. Eight directors control the company's affairs. Four of these are students, serving a period of two years and elected by the student body. The other four are chosen by the president of the university and are faculty members, serving a one year term. 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. C I A I ILLINI BOARD OF CONTROL Miss Jessie I-Ieathman, Marilyn Chapman, Herbert Newmark, Ann Noble, Mr. Cecil Moyer, Dean Fred Turner, Joy Chapman 288 fad' QQQYNYXS WI: PU BLICATIGNS . AT WORK . x 290 fy , ,wk 5. is ,, .5 '? 1 5 vt 4 iff! f -4 f E , .... I. . mv - 1 4 , ,WP 4 is 1 i if 45 if-par 5 1, , 1:"'5,s W,-w ' 1 M -23 , Nfl. - . fa .,,,,n5,M v V -I ,.-,zz ' 5.1 5 '3i.,,?,i Y K' A N' .Y FT' ' X Jggfsgi ,J A' ' '-sf. f ' gs 1 Q , Qi S Meal- AN Aw- f f ,312 1 iiiisiig Mi' 5 4 L' Yi' W2 , Q A ' .4 if! Xf 'fix i L9 R T., F1 'Y af f . y v K Q 3 is .-l.ga',..Q 'vJ..?Q VX M K 4 E wa Y Q ' , ' iififk . 1, M - f H 11 lagm' GUILD BOARD Slanding: joan Clark, C. C. Gullette, Vernan Lewis, Mary Homrighous Silling: Brice Harris, 292 Sylvia Sitavich, A. R. Knight ILLINI THEATRE GUILD During 1946 and 194,7 the Illini Theatre Guild conscientiously developed into an experimental Workshop which presented to the University of Illinois the most extensive theatrical program ever witnessed. The expanded enrollment of the University brought about increased interest in the drama. Continuing as Super- vising Director of Dramatic Productions for the University is Professor Wesley Swanson. Professor Charles Shattuck is the Associate Director of the Guild. Mr. Jay Allen is in charge of musical productions. Miss Elizabeth Harris is Technical Director for scenery construction, painting, properties, and lighting. Miss Lucilla Hall is Technical Director for costumes and makeup, and Director of the Labora- tory Theatre. PROFESSIONAL STAFF Miss Elizabeth Harris, Mr. Charles Shatrutk Mis Lyle 1 McKinley, Mr. Wesley Swanson. Miss Lucille Hall SENIOR MANAGERS, THEATRE GUILD Top Row: Nancy Noble, Elizabeth Bond, Mary Hadlield, Mary Homrighous, Margaret Waldo, Barbara Gulley Boiron: Row: Jayne Alice Groves, Eileen Neadell, Arthur Fairman JUNIOR MANAGERS, THEATRE GUILD Top Raw: Carla Heiss, P?lgy Kramer, Ray Dahlgren, Carol n Linnard, Mary len Damon, Charles Baker, Russell Wagner, Nancy Radeke, Johan Donald Botzom Row: Joyce Hull, Beverly Haferman, Ruth Wein- ard, Margaret John, Shirley Cruse, Lorene Carothers ILLINI THEATRE GUILD Supervision and organization of Illini Theatre Guild is divided among nine senior managers. Each is in charge of a department activity. This year Nancy Noble, Elizabeth Bond, Arthur Fairman, Mary I-ladfield, Mary Homrighous, Jayne Alice Groves, Margaret Waldo, Barbara Gulley and Eileen Neadell hold the key positions. junior Managers are the crew chairmen for each production. These Hfteen managers rotate as chairmen in business or production. Sophomore Managers assist the junior Managers and Senior Managers in running the crews. Both the backstage crews and actors found working with unusual theatre tech- niques this past year extremely interesting. Experimentation in the use of various levels in stage and areas in the Globe Theatre was clone by cast and crews of the Shakespearian drama. ' A new type of audience contact through the use of arena staging was tried in the "out front" scenes of "Learn and "Alcestis." 293 KING LEAR Shakespeaies powerful Hliing Learn roared across the lllini Theatre Guild's re- production of the old Globe Playhouse for the hrst production of 1946. The repro- duction of Shakespearels original playhouse, complete in its details, enhanced the dra- matic content of the play for its modern audiences. lt was the first time in over three hundred years that this type of staging had been used in the production of "Lear.'7 Four separate acting areas were available to the large cast which utilized them in rapid suc- cession in the fast-moving tragedy. The play, produced under the direction of Charles Shattuck, featured Charles Fran- cisco as King Lear, Lorena Ross as Cordelia, .lane Alice Groves as Goneril, and Alice VVolfT as Regan. 294 ' 1' x S J 1 1 g: - . . K Y a . TT Q . . 7b--, ,W X, - , -sf? ig 5 4, mm,,,,wMj.W1iM V g-7 L, .gr Q5 1 .. M ag J::4f:54wg M' 31 11354 ?Q'H+5i?if'ifQf1'7 355231 3 W' 'L 'gi' H wfi 2 wig f3,ims3Q x"fggg,g52Qmgffwz ? Kiwi-'igi k W ' 92-,M 5 my W ' A E 5 QQQ if 1 " , jf f f f A '. . ' k ry- . fx Q 3- K I - - - w - 01,1 -.. A , -f, I- - Y M 'M' M, , W - ff WNW -, ,. 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I Q , f D2 R K A lv, V ., D gl f ' -if V fQs2Qsl,. 5 .. , x Q ., U i , ' ..., A , 1 y A, 1 3 A Q 5 Wu 4 3 if fs 2 1 V ' 2, WW- k fm ffmif fgj, :JV . 1 I V " 'M ...,. , .A gf.: ' f 1--'::a:S,:1k-ik' fvnbfrwfam-vfzww, 'Q Wst1Y'fWf'ff" e'iff'iQf1ffL3' m1v!'2 i at PIRATES GF PENZANCE For M0ther's Day, the Illi11i Theatre Guild presented its annual Arepo comic opera, Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzancei' or UThe Slave of Duty" under the direction of jay Allen. The forever popular story was highlighted by unusually effective backdrops designed and rendered by Arthur Fairnian. A The illogical tale of a young lad mis- takenly apprenticed to a pirate hand keeps its audiences laughing with its highly en- tertaining iniprobabilities. Bright costuming and an excellent or- chestra, made up of members of the School of Music, added to the general gaiety of the sellout performances. VVallace Sturm portrayed the Major- General Stanley, Wesley Schwengel, the Pirate King, and Ralph lvens, Frederic fthe Pirate Apprenticej. 296 A ,,-1:1 .,.Z1:aSLP., l BLITHE SPIRIT All the brightness and gaiety of Noel Coward at his best was seen in the Illini Theatre Guild's production of Mlilithe Spirit," produced under the direction of Professor YVesley Swanson during the sum- mer semester. The action of the play takes place in the living room of Charles Con- dOlTllNlI1CiS house in Kent, England. The play, because of its sophistication, is an extremely diflicult one to do, but it was handled Well by Veteran Guild actors. The backstage crews of L'Blithe Spirit" played an even greater part than usual in making this production successful. The set- ting was designed by jean Rogers. Unusual lighting effects and stage magic baflded and delighted the audiences. 297 MASK AND BAUBLE Sfafggfing' Mariellen Damon ' .S'nt1f1g.' Lorene Carothers, Atha Tehon, Ray Dahlgren, joan Clark The purpose of Mask and Bauble, the all-university s dramatic honorary society, is to develop and foster a greater interest in student dramatic productions, and to recognize students who have helped in these pro- ductions through their sustained contributions in act- ing casts and working on backstage crews and business crews. Ray Dahlgren led the organization this year as presi- dent with Mariellen Damon as vice-president. Other ofiicers are: secretary, Lorene Carothers, treasurer, Atha Tehong and historian, jack I-Iasch. Mask and Bauble was first formed at the University of Illinois in 1904 by Thatcher Howland Guild, and since that time the organization has functioned to create the interest in dramatics which makes the Illini Theatre Guild one of the largest campus activities. In 1924 the active chapter of Mask and Bauble be- came a chapter of the national dramatic fraternity, National Collegiate Players. At that time a new or- ganization was formed which has continued to the present time. . Top Row: Russell Wlagner, Charles Francisco, jack Hasch, Edward Matteson, Jayne Alice Groves Fifth Row: Nancy Radecke, Norma Del Diedrich, Nancy Noble, Beverly Haferman, Ruth Weinard Fourth Row: Martha Holmes, Elizabeth Bond, Virginia Davies, Margaret Waldo, Marjory Bean Third Row." Margaret john, Barbara Gulley, Barbara Nick- laus, Shirley ean, jean Naramore, Shirley Cruse Second Row: loyce Hull, Mary Homrighous, Frank Pacelli, Charles Ba er, Ina Herbrig, Art Fairman, Ruth Streger, Betsy Ladd, Ray Dahlgren Bottom Row: Eileen Neadell, Carolyn Burgess, Carla Heiss, Carolyn Dallenbach, joan Clark, Esther Streger, Lorene Carot ers, Mariellen Damon, Margaret Kramer w ' I 298 , ,...xBLfLg'l4J.7' AREPO AREPO OFFICERS Tap Rowg Sylvia Sitavitch, board reprerentativeg Ina Herbrig, p1'e.r1denr,' Martha Gruba, treafurer Bottom Rowl: Margaret Kramer, .recre1m'y,' Eileen Nead- ell, .rorml rlmn-nmn Each year an operetta, usually by Gilbert and Sulli- van, is produced by the University of Illinois students for those who enjoy light opera. A number of stu- dents devote their talents to making the operetta more successful each year. Not only musicians are neces- sary, but also a large backstage crew must attend to the scenery, costumes, props, and make-up. Therefore, Arepo is the musical honorary founded to honor these students. Members are chosen on the basis of the time and effort they have.contributed to each show. This year's'operetta, Gilbert and Sullivan's "Patience", was given during the spring semester. Other activities of the organization included dinners and parties with the Mask and Bauble and Pierrots. Top Raw: Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen, Sylvia Sitavitch. Betty Bond, Barbara Nicklaus, Harriet Haycock, Dorothy Stockda e, Joan Clark, Beverly Haferman, Martha Gruba Second Raw: Pat Smith, Lois Zornig, Rita Stiles Nelson, Mary Homrighous, Louise Riddle, Lorene Carothers, Carlene Hectman, Margaret John, Ruth Weinard Batzom Rauf: Peggy Kramer, Martha Pichon, Eileen Neadell, Evan- geline Petters, Ruth Streger, Esther Streger, Norma Lee Whitton, Carolyn Dallenback. Mariellen Damon. l l 299 i Tap Rou john Briggs john Sydow, Clarence Weber, Charles Francisco, Robert Weidi'icl1. Robert White Yezoud Ron Dawid Morgulies, john Smithson, Warren Glcnny. Russel Wagner, George Minor, Bernard Frazier b ff fu Rf Charles Baker, Henry Coppolillo. Willinrlx Yagemann. Paul Brace, Ray Dahlgren, John Flanmgan Franl. Pacelli PIERROTS Pierrots, the honorary dramatic fraternity for men of the university, began at the start of the spring se- mester last year to build to its pre-war standing after three years of very limited activity due to the man- power shortage. In the past Pierrots has been widely known for its annual productions. Last spring the or- ganization gave its first show in several years when it presented "The Naughty Ninety Revue" at the Red Cross Pow Wow. 'Directed by jack Sydow and featur- ing a burlesque of an old-fashioned melodrama, the show received wide praise. Faculty advisor for Pier- rots is Professor lfVesley Swanson, Supervisor of dra- matic productions for the University of Illinois. PIERROT OFFICERS 17'l'Il.flll'fl' Francisco, fllrafidrrlf Tnf1Rozu: Richard Ullrich, .ferreIary,' Paul Brace Bollmil Rnzrf Russel Xlifagner, wire-preridenl fhaile 0 R011 M C f Dffl-fmil. PY0f9SSor Pembroke Brown, Patricia Smith. Mr. Donald Dickason. Mary I-lomrighous Botmm Rau Frames Dr:-nnan,4Prolessor G. I.. Clark, Professor P. V. B. lones, james Hogan Vol lu Prim! Dxrtttor F. B. Stlven STAR COURSE The ljniversity Concert and Entertainment Board sponsors the Star Course Series. Besides choosing Star Course managers, the Board makes the Final de- cision in the selection of concert artists from the suggestions of staff members and other interested persons. Since its birth fifty-Eve years ago. Star Course has been outstanding in bringing cultural entertainment to the lfniversity of Illinois. As early as 1883, the Philo- mathean and Adelphic Literary Societies sponsored lectures by eminent men and women of that time. These occasional lectures proved so popular that in 1891 the Star Lecture Course was begun and remained for twenty-six years under the auspices of these literary societies. In 1931 the University Concert and Enter- tainment Board was organized to supervise all public entertainment at the Uni- versity for which admission is charged, and Star Course was placed under its control. Jane Cover and Joan Gagcn Senior M mzagers Director Frederic B. Stiven Cbairvfzrm Betsy Hall, Frances Vfacaser, Bill lN'right Irmior Managers Patricia VVimberley, Martha Holmes, Virginia Baker junior Managers STAR CCJURSE The Star Course staff consists of two senior managers, six junior managers, and a sophomore staff, all appointed by the University Concert and Entertain- ment Board. The senior managers act in an executive and supervisory capacity, working closely with and under the Board. The junior managers are chosen from the sophomore staff at the end of the school year. Under the seniors' supervision they handle Star Course accounts, make arrangements for publicity, supervise ticket sales by the sophomores, carry on routine correspondence, and help to entertain the artists. The juniors are directly in charge of managing concerts and the box office. Sophomore staff managers, who are chosen for their freshman activities, scholarship, and interest, do filing, typing, and other oiiice work in addition to selling tickets and ushering. Staff membership includes the privileges of concert attendance and more personal Contact with the artists backstage. Top Row: Suzanne Swarts, Alice Jordan, Mary Eberhart, gim Reedy, Barbara Seaquist, George Stevens, Betty Jean Bryant, Beverly ennet, Terry Belle Fey Bottom Row: Mary Lou Baer, Burta Fleharty, Marietta Ripley, june Krahbe, Monna Scott Not in Panel: Mary Bath, john Bonnet, Charles Delbridge, Helene Falk, George McGeehe 302 Top Row: Mary Lou Solomon, Marilyn Mezek, Alice Profrock, Jack Stocker, Dorothy Erhardt, Bruce Bail , Miriam Bauer, Royal Cloyd Barium Row: Phyllis Skiles, Alice Ross, Lois Dungan, Betty Gammon, Annette McAdams Not ig Panel: Marilyn Murphy, Caroline Quinn, Milton Sabin, John Sylvester, Andy O enhiser .D V The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra On December 6, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, one of the nation's foremost, presented a concert under the baton of its distinguished conductor, Vladimir Golschmann, Russian by blood and French by birth. The orchestra, the country's second oldest, has made its greatest strides since 1931 when Mr. Golschmann violinist and pianist, was appointed permanent con- 7 Vladimir Golschmann Conductor Igor Gorin, famous young Russian baritone, sang for the first program of the 1946-47 Star Course Series on October 16. Mr. Gorin established his reputation in opera and on the concert stage in Europe before he came to this country in 1934. Since his arrival in the United States, he has become a Very popular artist through his radio, concert, and operatic perform- ances. ductor. Igor Gorin Baritone 303 The Chicago Symphony CDFLIISSIII STAR COURSE Under the direction of Desire Defauw, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, in its fifty-sixth season, brought its 100 musicians to this campus to present a stirring concert on March 10. The teamwork exhibited be- tween the musicians and their conductor combined to present an evening of perfect harmony. ' .Xlaryla ji Pianist 304 Aiilljil ,ODlS, xx ho is rapidly icing in ed as on- of the leading pianists of today, brought her magical touch here November 7. A native of Poland, Kliss Jonas escaped from the Nazis when Wlarsaw fell and fied to Brazil. After three years of concerts in Swuth America, she came to New York to make her Carnege Hall debut in April, 1946. DHHS STAR C Bidn Sayao, petite and lovely Brazilian soprano, gave her concert March 24. Since her introduction to the country by Toscanini, she has been widely praised for her work with the Philharmonic Sym- phony Orchestra. In 1937 she was engaged by the Metropolitan Opera Company where she has starred in lyric and coloratura roles. Bidu Sayao S0171'l17I0 X Tossy Spivalmvslty, the brilliant young Russian violinist, performed on Februaifv 6. He made his debut at the age of ten and played in concerts throughout liurope. I-le was heard this season in many recitals on his first transcontinental tour of the United States and Canada, as well as soloist with many of the leading symphony orchestras. Tossy Spivakovsky Violifzirt CURSE 305 E. Power Biggs Organist Alexander Schneider and Ralph Kirkpatrick Violinist and I-Iarpsiclnordirt STAR COURSE Besides the regular series, Star Course sponsored two additional recitals. On January 31, E. Power Biggs, America's foremost organist, presented a concert in the University Auditorium. Mr. Biggs' brilliant per- formance proved his reputation as a great contempo- rary artist and his true mastery of his instrument. On LONDON STRING QU lows' Psmaxxcromgg Wolin Lauxzxr I-launux, Wolff: Cacn, -' C. Wmimcx Evans, Woloncclfd 306 March 21, Alexander Schneider, violinist, and Ralph Kirkpatrick, harpsichordist, presented an outstanding evening of chamber music in Smith Recital Hall. The collaboration of these two celebrated artists has made it possible to hear some of the finest Eighteenth Cen- tury music in the colors in which it was conceived. The London String Quartet, one of Britain's finest ensembles, presented an outstanding complimentary concert on February 13. The quartet, founded in 1908, has given over three hundred concerts in London, performed in all the major European cities, and has made six- teen transcontinental tours of America. The present members of the quartet are John Penn- ington and Laurent Halleux, violinists, Cecil Bonvalot, violist, and C. Warxxfick Evans, violoncellist. The London String Quartet VVilbur Hoel Preszderzt B-fin! CIHITIIBIJ' H. J. GILLE A. J. MCDOXVELL R. A. CLINE ,l. E. TAYLOR F. M. HUBBELL K. R. MOORE D. A. GORANSON J. W. HOLL W. W. Lutz DOROTHY ALBERT Robert Webb W. R. MUNDIL J. E. WHITESIDE G. E. JOHNSTON M. S. Cherkas BETTY BOND A. G. Nibbelin Mary Thometz XV. E. NELSON DONNA NELSON H. F. Boyd J. J. Maloney T. C. BUNTING J. L. DAVIDSON XV. J. Day A. XV. XY7alker E. E. Landrey MARY WILMETH A110 Clafinetf MARIELLA AIKMAN Jean Wicrsema I I i I i 3 i 3 i A. Austin I-Iarding Director Clarence E. Sawhill Assismrzt Director QNames in capital letters indicate those who wear the varsity band emblem.J Bf1.r.f C Inrirzeti G. C. PENTZ J. J. STOUT XV. E. Shoulders M. R. Altenberg Ca11tm-Buff Clurirzeu C. E. SAXVHILI. W. B. DUDA Flzzlef mm' Pirrolw E. MARY LOU SKELTON LOIS ZORNIG DORIS SHEPHERD J. L. STABLES Eva Engel J. R. Ross RUTH FROHARDT ATHA TEI-ION J. XV. Trumbull G. B, Rogers fini Flute NORMA TEDFORD Obovy H. F. LORENZ MARTHA PICI-ION F. T. Stocksrill I. A. BROPHY JANE MCCLUFE Ezzglifh Harm E. W. 'DOLCH C. S. KRITZER Alla Suxopbmzef R. L. DOYLE MARJORIE GALUTIA E. M. CREEK J. XV. Lane Tenor Saxbpbrnlef XV. J. Jensen L. H. Schneider Baritone Saxaplmue A. M. SANFORD Brmoom XVILLIAM SKELTON H. O. Pugh R. I. SHAXVI. H. E. I-Iindslcy Betty Reeder Collin!-Br1J'.ioar1 C. T. MEYER COI'II.'?fJ' J. L. RASMUSSEN L. O. KIRSCI-I DEAN SMITH R. G. WEIHROUCH D. J. LEWIS C. E. LEACH A. D. VEACH 'l'rm11pr1,r XV. R. BROPHY F, C. Mead H. J. Melvnin Flllgt"ll7Ul'llJ' K. G. Bensen F. L. Zeisler Franck H01-nr S. R. SMITH J. W. DAVIDSON W. A. MICHAEL C. B. Harker LAUREL HRUDA T. B. HARKER W. R. Shelton D. C. Collins R. K, WALKER A. C. BOTTIN TromLowe.r R. M. SIMMERGREN Fred Simon V. E. STEPHENS E. H. JURGENS L. R. Strang A. C. LEACH J. R. GRAHAM Brin Trombone: R. W. FALLER A. M. Carter Bariloner nm! Eupbonizmu L. A. STARR XV. H. SCHUETZ E. G. Knox T. L. Emrick D. XV. Tucker CONCERT BAND String Bane! J. A. Cox R. A. Anderson Jeanne Leader Bauer C. E. SANDY E. B. STEIN L. E. FREEMAN J. B. Brown R. P. TITUS M. R. Kornmeyer K. XV. Chambliss Hzli'b h Alyce Hitter Aixliilllbtll BARBARA JUVINALL Janis Adsit T J In lmui XV. E. JOBUSCH Snare Drzwli H. R. LUTTENBACI-IER PAUL KLIGER L. D. Wise Brin' Drum W. J. HOEL CJ wbalr ALINE FAIRBANKS 307 Mark H. Hinclslcy Condncfor B-flat CltIV'fIIL'fJ XV. XV. Shaw R. F. Schwcrdt R. A. Wlatson R. L. Niblack M. J. Beagle C. E. McFadden R. S. Hallman R. K. Drake R. A. Leech D. E. Coble T. A. Schulte M. H. Meyers R. J. Schreiber B. R. Robinson D. M. Vander Stoep J. H. Kalivocla C. S. Finley V. C. Wolff L. J. Weber H. T. Matson T. E. Mouritsen G. A. Lofquist Tr'lm1pe1.r S. Sosin P. M. McCray H. D. Gotti A. K. Williams W. C. Sachtleben D. D. Wleber f.01'l1t'l.f E. W. Loftis M. F. Reichert R. L. Miller J. H. Lancaster W. D. Parsons B. A. Myhre XV. D. Beckenholdt XV. A. Ziegler Oboe XV. A. Anderson Alla Clurinei J. H. Hobbs Bfi.r.r C1ari11e1 M. A. Ash Twmr Saxapbrmcr F. F. Berry L. C. Bernardoni Bfzriimze Saxqpbone D. B. Davis FIRST REGIMENTAL BAND Alta Snxofzbnuer H. R. Von Huben S. J. Thomas Bflrilouef Ethclyn Mosgrovc L. T. Whitney D. C. Harrison J. D. Phillips Frem'!J I-Iorur G. B. Tatman V. O. Nicolai Dorothy Sherrarel C. A. Clinarcl R. R. Hunter L. G. Hoener J. F. Xllfalzer Tmmbm1e.f H. KI. Fingerhut M. I. Sabin G. J. Hoerner ' L.. P, Martin H. P. Yung C. E. Garrison M. C. Workman XV. R. Bigelow Flmei and Piccolo: Ethel Brown S. Lambclin Verna Van Vclzer Marian Albert C. E. Heinzman R. A. Jeffris Dolores J. Lowe Ba.rre.r R. H. Huss J. E, Armstrong A. M. Hartman J. G. Ronchetto Barr Drum and Cy1nbnl.r R. H. Volkman M. S. Wfinei' Snare Drlmf I H. J. Dragich J. C. MCEldnWney Tynifwni J. Fuchs Bfanooff Emily Henscl 308 MARCHING BAND 4 Violin I Paul Rolland Lois Stern Wolfggng Kuhn Max ag an Robert ppelt I Marvin Mutchnik Barbara Ann Garvey Norman Remer Sylvia Gettmann Byron Allan Burr Walter Skarzynski Lawrence Ber in Norton Bell Helen Johansen Martha Morgan Flute Mary Lou Skelton Verna Van Velzer Miriam Albert UNIVERSITY CDRCHESTRA Violin II Charles Bergland June Armstrong Oscar Kaufman James Kalal I Le Roy Shanm Bruce Sirlrxrfasonl john F. aguire Michael Kondzella Virginia Goodwine Gladys Lester Beth Martin Doris Layson Oboe Harold F. Lorenz Martha Pichon Frank Stockstill Clarinet Harry J. Gille ' Kenneth Moore Dorothy Albert Viglu R U eggy usse J. Robert Kelly Marguerite Hoffmann Mary C. Hectemrin Joanna Stern Ludwig Zirncr Cello U Louis Potter Barbara Liverlgood Marie Mare' Dorothg Stockdale Dewar McNeil Herbert Lerner Frank Werber Mary Isbell- Roy C. Smith Carol Peterson Dorothy Hayes Tuba Lawrence Freeman Walter L. Roosa Conductor Barraon Willianl Skelton Russell Pugh Horn - Rowland Smith William Michael Laurel Hrutla James Davidson Tfumpet Dean Smith Robert Weihrouch Don Weber Trombone Albert Leach Gene Stephens Richard Faller T ym pani Harold R. Luttenbacher Harp i I joan Hitter 310 Russell H. Miles Conductor Rosamund P. Bell janet Bromage Bud Bromley Kenneth Burns Sue Carol Carr Phillis Ann Chalk Lancer M. Cooper Margaret Ann Cox Doris Crittenden Norma Crow Genevieve Czerwinski Charles C. Davis, Jr. Marjorie Defreitas Eleanore C. Dowling Robert G. Downey Doris Dugan Betty Ray Duram jean Edwards Delores Eisenstein Marie Esrom Paula Frederick janet Ruth Fults Barbara Ann Garvey Mrs. Katherine H. Gempler Alfred Grifhn Martha Gruba ,loan Guard jean Hamilton Mary Hammans Harriet Haycock Marguerite Hoffman Lee Holmes Audrey Huffnrd Stella jean Hunter Icko Iben Sigrid lben Ralph W. Ivens Edith C. jones Neil Kelsey Alice Lou Keighin Richard L. Knodle Gertrude Kumerlen ,limes William Lane arguerite Laning joan Latowsky Mariella Mapes UNIVERSITY CHORUS Mary jane Martin Robert W. Mayer Mrs. Tom Merlo Mrs. Richard Mesnard Herbert L. Miller Shirley Mraz Margaret Neile Rita Stiles Nelson Heinz G. Neumann janet B. Peterson Camille J. Placzek William C. Reeser Raymond Render Tom V. Ritchie E. A. Robinson jo Ann Robinson G. W. Rodebach Ruth Rohde Wesley Schwengel R. I. Shawl Dorothy B. Simpson Sylvia Sitavich Dean Elwin Smith Patricia J. Smith Maxine Stavnoulakis Marilyn Susman Robert B. Syman Norma L. Tedford James C. Tillitti Arnold H. Trotier Eva M. Trotier Henry O. lVaag Mary Louise Vander Kloot Janet Van Matre Virginia Walden Mrs. Harold L. Walker Elvin S. Warrick joan Webster Martha Wetzel james White. janet L. White Jean Wilk Vera Lea Williams Letitia Wimberly Lila Mae Winterhoff Dorothy Wojciechowski Shirley Ann Wright 311 Top Roux' Lutz, Speirs, Smith. Anderson, Blackwood, Mosgrove, Fletcher, Purvis, Rains, Exter, Minnich, Cryder Fozzrlb Row: Mulliken, Guard, Broom, Nifong, Burlison fdirectorj, Dahlstrom, Kary, Burster, Rohde Third Rnzu: Van Mater, Flenniken, De-lap, Banner, Weber, Schroeder, Singer, Sherrard, Killian Serond Row: Sayler, Dolgonos, Hammons, Eisenstaedt, Bond, Wolf, Robertson, Cohen, Goldberg Barlow Row: Eisenstein, Susinan, Myers, Naramore, Rains. Barton, Brenner, Wimherly, Graham Mary Anderson Marolyn Banner Patricia Barton Kathryn Blackwood Betty Bond Joanne Brenner Elizabeth N. Broom Ann Burster Phyllis Cohen Cylinda Cryder Iris Dahlstrom Margaret Delap Ruth Helen Burlison D1l'UL'f0l' 312 june Dolgonos Elaine Eisenstaedt Delores Eisenstein Patricia Exter Bonnie jean Flennikin Gloria Fletcher Lois Goldberg Mavoureen B. Graham Joan Guard Mary Hammons Lois Kary Virginia Killian Libbie Lutz janet Van Mater .Nlarianna Minnich Ethlyn Alosgrove Roberta Mulliken Marian Myers jean Naramore Harrier Nifong Dulcena Purvis Betty Rains Dorothy Rains Jeanne Robertson Phyllis Rohde june Sayler Jeanne Schroeder Dorothy Sherrarcl Shirley Singer Bethany Smith Francie Speirs Marilyn G. Susman Evelyn XVeber Letitia XXyll1lbE1'ly lone XVolf WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB MENS GLEE CLUB Victor Arnopolin james Allen Harry V. Anderson Char es Becken Edwin Brodie john Cary Richard Clark William Allaway Robert Black Edward Creek Herbert Green james Harris Willis Birch Albert Bottin Carroll Brown Robert C. Brown Lloyd De Boer Albert Leach Donald Lord Robert McMillen Franklin Meyer Carman Potter Arthur Price Wfilliam Purcell james Shacter Kenneth Sibley Ralph Silherman Edward Silverrna Wlard Smidl Mack Dougherty Robert Downey Thomas Gothard Ralph Gulder Fl Charles Conner Charles Finley john Funk William Garrels Delbert Goranson William Gries Richard Hahn TENORS james Reavy Otis Render Olin Richards George Rogers Robert Root Edwin Sauer Wlilliam Shoulders BARITONES Donovan Heinle David Keeling Melvin Kornmeyer Harold Lewis james Lewis Earle Haley Jay Harnick Robert Hedgecock Robert jelferis Stanley Spaeth Eugene Stephens Thomas Tolmie john Vick Thomas Wellman BASSES Wallace jobusch John Kalivoda Ellis Knox Robert Koyl Clarence E. Sawhill Clemens Heinzmann Charles Helwig Wilbur Hoel Eugene Ice Ralph Ivens Robert Kane Dale La Baren William McCommons David Meyer Daniel Moore Heinz Neuman Robert Neuschwander Paul Larsen Richard Mertz Arba Oetien Thomas Ritchie Director Richard Sibley Dean E. Smith Lloyd Stranz Henry Vaag Andrew White Robert Wilkinson Emerson Wineman Lewis Robinson Dale Rush Warren Schuetz Gerald Sedgewick Douglas Weitzel Edward Wickenden Earl Wood Harry Zerebniak Tap Row: Richards, Goranson, Shoulders, McMi4llen, Reavy,. Gothard, Wlellman, Allaway, Rush, Silberman, Weitzel, Dougherty, Jefferis Eorgrtb Row: White, Creek, Stephens, Finley, Wilkinson, Heinzmann, La Baren, Sedgwick, Heinle, Brown, Oetjen, Gulcler, Knox, De Boer Ibm! Row: Hahn, Conner, Cary, Garrels, Smith, Black, Keeling, Spaeth, Hedgecock, Haley, jobusch, Birch, Wood Second Row: Stfang, Potter. Leach, Sibley, Brodie, Sauer, Allen, Lewis, Neuschwander, Smidl, Harnick, Bottin Bottom Row: Helwig, Kane, Ice, Root, Clark, Hoel, Sawhill, Harris, Schuetz, Brown, Zerebniak, Hedgecock .,..i.l1. - . .. 314 31 SUMM R PROM The Summer Prom, held on August 10, brought many Illini to the Union Ballroom. Four hundred couples danced to the music of Sy Legner and his orchestra. Under the direction of jean Gates and her committee, the prom highlighted the summer social season. 316 Jean Gates, Claaimzan, and Bill Gallen 5 .. REGISTRATION DANCE johnny Long's orchestra welcomed back old and new Illini September 23rd at the Registration Dance in Huff Gym. Two cardboard figures, a fellow and girl bewildered by their registration blanks, were the decorations. The dance was a sell-out, in fact, demand for more tickets was so great that a second dance was held in the Union Ballroom, where students danced to the music of Dick Cisne. Miss jean Gates was chair- man of the dance. SENIOR BALL Confetti and balloons poured down on a crowd of 2,200 at the Senior Ball as they danced to the music of Bob Strong. The main theme of the dance held in Huff gymnasium on May 29 was 21 huge Cut-Out of a couple decked with mortar boards. PROM COMMITTEE Margaret Hann, Virginia Tomasian, Gloria Pagliarulo, Eileen Stock, Gloria Gould, Ruth Weimer, Dan Weiss, Robert Muehrcke, Henry Doney, William Allen JUNIOR PROM One of the main events of the Christmas Season was the junior Prom of the class of 1948. An almost capacity of 1,100 couples filled the Huff Gym on Friday, December 13, to dance to the music of the "old woodchopperf' Woody Herman. The feature of the evening was the grand march followed by the crowning of the junior Prom Queen, Georgianna Gates, and the introduction of her court of honor, Natalie Ecklund, Gloria Gould, Pat Sim- kins, and Juanita McKean. All were presented with a dozen red roses. Another feature was Herman's playing of "White Christmas" while artificial snow Hoated over the dance. QUEEN CANDIDATES Tap Row: Pat Simkins, Sharon Cole, Catherine Chambers Second Row: Georgiana Gates, Juanita McKean, Natalie Ecklund, Gloria Gould Bottom Raw: Rose Enevold, Lois Wanen, Allie Lou Keighin 1 1 6 I I 1 SOPHGMORE COTILLION Tommy Dorsey turned Huff Gym into "something to remember" when he appeared against the skyline backdrop with his orchestra for the 1946 Sophomore Cotillion. T. Dorsey proved an outstanding favorite at the dance, which was well planned by Elizabeth Easter, Cotillion Chairman. 320 FRESHMAN FRGLIC One of the gayest social events of the season was the annual Freshman Frolic, planned and presented by the Freshman Council. Traditionally an informal dance, freshman fell into the gay atmosphere and thoroughly enjoyed their springtime Frolic. 321 1 Top Row Leon I.eBeau Virginia Tomasian Herbert Mendel Norma Zmmerman, james McCarthy Botlom Raw Dorothy Mattes Paul Davey Florence Christiansen Louis Stern Joyce Lindblom, joseph LaPal0mbara, Betty Tate, Guy Petty INDEPENDENT INFORMAL November 1 was the date for the Independent ln- formal Dance sponsored by W.G.S. and M.I.A. Tommy Dorsey's orchestra and a 20-girl string en- semble played a special concert preceding the dance, that consisted of special instrumental arrangements. Silver notes on blue crepe paper streamers sus- pended from the balcony in Huff Gymnasium carried out the theme of the dance. Behind the orchestra on a blue backdrop was a silver caricature of Tommy Dorsey and his trombone. The chairman of this annual affair was Herbert D. Mendel. It was the first big dance of the year. PAN-HELLENIC BALL Illinois Coeds picked out their choice dates and waltzecl to Huff Gym for the Pan-Hellenic Ball, Nov- ember 23. Dick jurgens and his dance band provided the favorite melodies of the season . . . Their back- ground, a large silver candle against a dark blue back- drop. Celebration of the Fighting Illini Victory over Northwestern for the Big Nine football championship made a delightful occasion to celebrate at the Pan- Hellenic Ball. 323 V , , ,D I F BALL THE COMMITTEE AND THEIR DATES Tap Row: Eric Eckstrom, Joan Campbell, Al Park, Dick Kosobud, Fritz Cassman, Dick Shepard, Jerry Bartz, Art Fairman, Sally Pfeflfer, Sam Sampson B01l07?l Row: jean Park, Dorothy Seaman, Frayda Radncr, Lois Shepard, Norma Del Deidrich, Lois Riggs ' 324 I F BALL The Inter-Fraternity Council presented their annual Sweethearts' Ball at Huff Gym on April 12, 1946. Carrying a bouquet of red roses, Mary Lou Barber, Gamma Phi Beta, was crowned queen of the ball by Dick Shepard, dance committee chairman. Reigning in the queen's court were Gloria Gould, Sigma Delta Tau, Natalie Eckland, Delta Gamma, jackie Opp, Pi Beta Phi, and Irene Palenik, Theta Upsilon. I The sparkling music of Alvmo Rey's orchestra and his famous singing guitar entertained a capacity crowd. His numbers included his popular rendition of "My Buddy". l c 325 Girls' Rolling Pin Throwing Champion l Box Lunches and Camp Fires ALL AG FIELD DAY A traditional event on the agriculture campus each fall is All Ag Field Day. The outing is sponsored by the Home Economics Club and the Agriculture - Club . Illini Milkmaid 326 About 500 students leave their books and assign- ments for an afternoon and evening of fun. Climaxing the games, dancing and contests is the crowning of the king and queen. Iris Dahlstrom and Lex Xanders are regents for 1946-47. Bottle Babies in a Pop-Drinking Contest Top Row: Charles Nickolson, Hubert Xlifetzel, Joe Foster, Floyd Walker, Ernest Shotman, Dale Schleeper, Bill Lahvic, Ray Kreig, Bob Corzine, Ralph Burnett, Del Ohren, Eldon Larson Secomzf Row: Kent Ryan, Frank Mealiff, Elizabeth Ann Streid, Louise Rice, Mary First, Roberta Pritchard, Esther Siemen, Jean Neese, Lila Jean Athey, Jean Dierkes, Dale Sinclair Barium Row: Ruth Jacques, Bernice Martin, Pat Beavers, Elaine Chum, Alice Profrock, La Vonne Rehbeina, Roberta Webb, Helen Lehman, Doris Klinefalter PLOW BCDY PRGM The Plow Boy Prom is a tradition highlight for the Agriculture campus each spring. Plaid shirts and cotton dresses made informality the key word for the evening, and everyone abided by it. Box lunches prepared by the coeds for their dates were one of the unique events of the evening. The orchestra led by Griff Williams proved to be a favorite of the students on the Illinois campus. The Plow Boy Prom is a cooperative function of the Agriculture and Home Economics clubs. i Bid Signing by Band Master 3 2 7 VVi11iam Grady, fudge Head of Talent Department Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures I fl III I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II IIIII ll Illlf I I 121 1 H .cw Z. V gk li rfagbv, f - -5 'jfl T g. ,, Q xi 'Sf get ZZ 4---so i 4 1 .f X ffl -A, ,-.. 4, umm Quin IIHHIWWIII 329 'gd ff Nw. rs ' vw S ., '32 .gain w J I , ,if WX. .-' :EGM PTH 955' if ' 'ESG I 1 f 'wi ' il k' K Pj L . J QQ? A xi YW. K 'a w i gc 1 fb ' .. w X ...,R , up flc,,"5 ,W A f if " sax X xv fag 5" 1. WZ , ,? A is ..,,.4!rY179' iv -ww mn-,f A i vm, A A 0 4 gg M 1 NSY' 4 2 y S Q ,, f if Ji gf? 1 E , X ,Q L1 2 ,Z A Y' . . V 1 3 Q A 'C aw awa wned 2, ffl 'pe ax fb vg' A , 44fE:2i,L.F'f , . Q: fptffyfi' - Jigga. , WW 74 1 '-HL: x X 1 ia, X S f 1 iii awog w 2. YW. Min ' ' milf ff H 1 UL. 1 ,wr , - ewicea mf7ZZ6naw i 336 0 EE if ! ' K W 1 lt ARMY INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Colonel Harry A. Buckley Colonel john H. McGee Major George Z. Helber Lt. Colonel George W. Power Captain Addison W. McLintock Lt. Colonel john B. Laugerman Captain Frank j. Kent Lt. Colonel john E. Oliver Captain Thomas H. Cooper Lt. Colonel Morris H. Shedd Captain George L. Barton Major William G. Phelps Captain William A. Burke Colonel Harry A. Buckley WR' Bark Raw: Lt. Col. G. W. Power, Lt. Col. M. H. Shedd, Maj. W. G. Phelps, Maj. G. Z. Helber, Capt. A. W. McLintock, Capt. F. J. Kent Front Row: Capt. G. L. Barton, III, Lt. Col. J. B. Laugerman, Col. J. H. McGee, Col. H. A. Buckley, Capt. T. H. Cooper, Lt. Co. J. E. Oliver Reserve oflicer training on a full postwar scale has mentary or branch immaterial subjects, thereby de- been resumed this year with the establishment of sev- ferring until their enrollment in the Advanced Course eral new units, the corps now including Infantry, Field the study of tactics and technique characteristic of the Artillery, Armored Cavalry, Engineers, Signal Corps, branch of their selection. Honorably discharged ser- Quartermaster Corps, Air Corps, and Transportation vicemen may be credited with up to two years of ele- Corps. The objective of the program is to preserve and mentary training for having previously served with expand the Reserve Oflicers' Training Corps organiza- the armed forces, and may be immediately enrolled in tion in anticipation of postwar Reserve officer require- the specialized Advanced Course. ments' The University ROTC, long one of the largest and The present program is designed to have cadets, finest of the country's units, captured national honors during their first two years of participation, take ele- last year when its rifle team was proclaimed National I 338 wwmwfeaf Top Rqzcu' T!Sgt. Winkler, MfSgt. A. Karva, Tfsgt. C. R. Rubart, 1st!Sgt. D. Lee, M!Sgt. G. W. Burton, Sgt. E. C. McCord, TfSgt. H. I. Haugaard, Sfbgt. J. Kazmeirski, MXS t. R. W. Meeker, M!Sgt. S. W. E. Swanson TFONI R-aux' M!Sgt. B. V. Dicierson, T!-1 O. Reynolds, T!-i F. E. johnson. T!-I R. E. Harrison. M!Sgt. O. E. Phillips, MfSgt. G. E. Tiffany, lstfsgt. J. S. Knight, Sgt. C. O. Hodge, M!Sgt. J. T. Lynam ROTC Rifle Champions for 1946, and was awarded the silver William Randolph Hearst Trophy. Pershing Rifles, an honorary organization for selected cadets in the Elementary Course, has been reestablished at battalion strength. Col. H. A. Buckley, Col. J. H. McGee, Capt. A. XV. McI.int0ck 339 s ,W-1 rf- kai 5 K fmvfw KYLE: all if 5 ff .VVS ,,. , ,Q ' I 1 2 341 NAVY Captain Leland R. Lampman C 07ll77M7ldf7'Zg Ojjlicev' R. C. T. C. ORGANIZATIONAL STAFF Sherman G. Smith: Vincent j. Paskusg john XV. Schwartz: james A. Gallo, jr.: Stewart R. Foutz: Carter B. Jennings, Cdr. .USNJ Leland R. Lampman, Capt. USN,' David A. Frank, Jr.g Ll. Cdr. USNR,' William B. XVest Ur! USN: Donald A. Binns, C.B.M.,' Lloyd L. Babbitt CQM,' Robert F. Hoffsetz, CSKp Hubert Wfarg The NROTC Unit at the University of Illinois was established on 1 November 1945 in conjunction with the Navy V-12 program. The V-12 program was ter- minated on 16 june 1946 and the NROTC program began its first peacetime year with the opening of the fall semester in September, 1946. The mission of the Naval Reserve Officers, Training Corps is to provide by a permanent system of training and instruction in essential naval subjects at civil edu- 342 cational institutions a source from which qualified odi- cers may be obtained for the Navy and Marine Corps and the Naval Reserve and the Marine Corps Reserve. In carrying out this mission the NROTC at Illinois intends to give full weight to the dictum of John Paul jones: 'Alt is by no means enought that an officer of the Navy should be a capable mariner. He must be that, of course, but also a great deal more. He should be, as well, a gentleman of liberal education, refined manner, punctilious courtesy and the nicest sense of personal honor". "Regular" students were selected for the Fall Term by the Professor of Naval Science. ln future years, however, "Regulars" will enter the NROTC as a result of a nationwide competitive examination. The first such examination was conducted on 18 january 1947. The program is based upon studies in any field lead- Commander Carter B. Jennings Executive Officer X ing to a Baccalaureate degree that the student desires. Included in these studies are a minimum of twenty- four semester hours of Naval Science, plus summer training cruises. These Naval Science courses are de- signed to teach basic work in essential naval subjects as a foundation upon which further studies and experi- ence afloat, both as a Midshipman and as a junior oli- cer, will result in a capable. educated naval oflicer. 343 4' I A I K X X X7 Q, 'W . , : 1 , Q ma' K . f - .V f A'2' Q ' " K 'f 'fig ,Q B 4 ' " -S , A If ' ' Q , as if .- Q ff'--- f ' if if 1 af Y 3' 5 av Q A Xe Z SA 3 c 'V 3' L V 'R Q I 5, X J? '- at 9 Q " w Qs, we- b o 0 .. . .- Q e 5 ' . E A ,f-1 .:,., I K ' ' Q Ixllwff ' Q 1 I 'S ,x 3, ' 4 if o 5, 3 ' 1 if 3, 1 is 5 1 QV , Q Q Q . Q 4 , Q , 6 B Q' ,,- o O , 1 ' , ., .f ' .W ,, 5 EW . X - Q A Q ' ,, 'E 2 up of K 'i3"?' v -Nr' ' 1 .James 3 30 O Q Q W if as X if , W f W' f. 'f ,E , , J k A, S In 5 I A nf 2 . x A if I Q an.. 1 K qw? , ..,. 7 , , fb , 4' , k h Q Q is S 41 lk N . K ,K 2 4 Q K Q J s 3 Q Q J , 3131. 0 J 3 3 5 1 1 ol 1 i, 5 3 I 3 -2 5 Q Q 5 V 1 ' I ' . 1 . Q 5 Q , u . .1 ' A, 1 . -"' ' . S' f " fig", ' f I " ' ' "" + ' 1 . 2. 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M gf av Q ,M ' fx 2 5 NW, DAD'S DAY 91 .' if , t' 1 1 1 i VETERANS NX., 9 k AT HOME Y.W.C.A DOLL SHOW ,CWM nz Recreation in the Union Building Coffee Hour Club Commons Cosmopolitan Queen Pan-Hellenic Ball, 1945-46 "Saturday Night" FDR FUN aim. Pow XVOW Parade Haylofc Party Loudcst Pajamas df., The Last Touches 6 368 ii Rx ag 12 x 11- if 3 f 44" ar. is 'L A.1' ,m, eff '- fifw 1 1 J N , DOUGLAS R. MILLS Director of Athletics Illinois long will remember 1946 as its year of championships! Competing in ten intercollegiate sports, the Fighting Illini paced Western Conference compe- tition in Hvc- football, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, and tennis. Added to these laurels were victory in the Rose Bowl football game, a national title in track, and third place nationally in wrestling. We naturally are proud of the Hne showings which Illinois teams made in every sport. Not only were our young men champions on the field of play. They were gentlemen, true sportsmen, and splendid representatives of their great University. VVe are perhaps more proud of another fact. In 1943, when war calls began to take heavy toll of the young men who were competing in athletics, members of the athletic staff began to look forward to the time when they could return to Illinois. No greater tribute could be made to our program of intercollegiate athletics or to the University as a whole. Illinois looks confidently toward the future as far as athletics are concerned. This year most of the sports which were discontinued because of the war have been restored to our program. Intramural activities have been increased a hun- dredfold. With continued development both of our athletic programs and fa- cilities for intercollegiate and recreational sports, we can visualize at an early date an expressed goal-to have every able-bodied male student participating in some form of competitive athletics. DOUGLAS R. MILLS Director of I1zte1'c0llegiate Athletics Clyde W. Lyon Business Manager Waldo B. Ames G. B. Weisiger L. E. Card john Hull D. R. Mills Sidney Trelease F. S. Siebert ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Marc C. Norton Robert B. Browne Lowell Spurgeon ATHLETIC COUNCIL Max Rowe J. G. Thomas W. J. Putnam Helen Bishop Charles E. Flynn Publicity Director Frank Beach C. E. Lovejoy C. W. Lyon-Clerk Norman Anthonisen Paul Kent A. R. Knight Student Officers: Max Rowe, Presidentg john Hull, Vice-President 374 I I , I Norm Anthonisen President TRIBE CDF ILLINI 1946 LETTER WINNERS-MEMBERS OF TRIBE AND ELIGIBLES FOR INITIATION ALEX AGASE LOUIS AGASE NORMAN ANTHONISEN THOMAS BARBER FRANK BAUMAN DAVID BEDELL HAMILTON BIGGAR LESTER BINGAMAN HAROLD BoOTz BRUCE BRENNEMAN LLOYD BROWN ACK BURMASTER OSEPH BUSCEMI WILLIAM BUSTER RAY CISZEK WILLIAM COOLEY HAL CRAIG ROBERT CUNZ JAMES DEVERO GEORGE DIMIT LOU DONOHO WILLIAM DOPPS ROBERT DOSTER ROBER DOWNS ARTHUR DUEELMEIER CLARENCE DUNN DWIGHT EDDLEMAN Top Rauf: Agasq. Kwasniewski Bottom Raw: Tnbbey, Anthonisen, Law, adviror LEE EILBRACHT SCOTT FLEMING RAY FLOREK WILLIAM FRANKS THOMAS GALLAGHER JOSEPH GARCIA JAMES GATES LEO GEDVILAS JOHN GENIS MARCE GONZALEZ CHARLES GOTTFRIED FRED GREEN STANLEY GREEN RAY GRIERSON CARL GRUNWALD JOHN HAULENEEEK WILLIAM HEISS GORDON HOKE RICHARD HOUCEK WILLIAM HUEER ERIC HUGHES DWIGHT HUMPHREY HARLAN JOHNSON ROY JOHNSON GERALD KAIRES MICHAEL KASAP LOUIS KACHIROUBAS JAMES KILBANE ANTHONY KONSTANT BERNARD KRUIZGER EUGENE KWASNIEWSKI MYRON LAKIN GEORGE LEDDY LOUIS LEVANTI TED LUCHT DONALD MAECHTLE ACHILLE MAGGIOLI ROBERT MALLEY WILLIAM MANN KENNETH MARLIN JOHN MARTIN AL MASTRANGELI WILLIAM MATHIS RAY MCCLURE HERBERT MCKENLEY ROBERT MENKE BEN MIGDOVC' LESTER MILLER PERRY Moss WALTER MROZ WILLIAM MYERS CARL OCKERT ISAIAH OWENS PAUL PATTERSON JACK PETRY ROBERT PHELPS JACK PEIRCE BERT PIGCOTT EDWART PLANERT ROBERT POSSEHL ROBERT PRYMUSKI MELVIN RANDOLL STANLEY RANEY ROBERT REHBERG ROBERT RICHARDS FRANK RICHART WAYNE RING HARRISON ROSE MARVIN ROTBLATT ROBERT ROWE JULIUS RYKOVICI-I ALBERT SCHARF VERN SELIOER RALPH SERPICO JAMES SEYLER DAVID SHAPIRO DONALD SHUMAN HERBERT SIEGERT JACK SMILEY HAROLD STANGE STANLEY STASICA FRED STEERS RUSSELL STEGER THOMAS STEWART WILLIAM T OMARAS EUGENE TRANDEL CHARLES TURNBOW JOHN TWOMEY VICTOR TWOMEY JAMES VALEK RAYMOND VON SPRECKELSON MARVIN WAI-ILSTROM ROBERT WAKEFIELD GEORGE WALKER GLEN WEBER WILLIAM WEILER OSEPH WELYKI AC WENSKUNAS ROY WIEDOW ROBERT WILSON JOHN WRENN ARTHUR WYATT CLAUDE YOUNG THOMAS ZABORAC SAMUEL ZATKOEE un-if Alex Agase Herb lVIcKenley Robert Phelps MOST VALUABLE PLAYER The Most Valuable Player Award for 1946, made on the basis of a poll of his teammates, was awarded to Alex Agase, guard on the Western Conference Championship eleven. A three-time All-American by virtue of his herculean defensive achievements and outstanding offensive feats, both from the guard po- sition, Agase was further honored by being named the Most Valuable Player in the Western Conference, an award which has not come to an Illini since it was received by the immortal Red Grange two decades ago. ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Herb Mclienley, star of the University of Illinois, undefeated track team, was the winner in 1946 of the Lion Gardiner Award made annually to the outstanding athlete of the year at Illinois. A formidable array of opponents, all stellar Illini in their own sports, bowed to McKenley in a poll of students and faculty members conducted by the Daily Illini. The winner's leading claim to the honor lay in his record-setting propensities in the 440 yard event, which culminated in a world record :46.2 in the Western Conference Championships in 1946. CONFERENCE MEDAL WINNER The Conference Medal, awarded each year to the Illinois athlete thought best to have combined superior prowess in his athletic endeavor with high prohciency in scholarship, was presented to Robert Phelps in 1946. A chemical engineering major, Phelps completed his academic train- ing with a 4.2 average. He was a four-letter winner in track, served as team captain in 1946, and holds the Illinois indoor pole vault record of 13 feet, 11 inches, set in 1945. 'iii-. -1 f . i' V' -Q gl il r ggi-3. x Mi , ""'llnf' CHEERLEADERS School spirit, which has been sadly lacking at the Lliiversity of Illinois for many years, began to rise to new heights in 1946-47. Many attributed it solely to the rise in the fortunes of the athletic teamsg in truth, of no less importance were the tireless efforts of the cheerleaders in attempting to resurrect the glorious spirit of years gone by. Huge pep rallies, parades which greeted the conquering heroes on their return from important games, and the revival of the Block I cheering section-all played their part in molding the student body together into one vociferous mass, solidly behind the school's every athletic endeavor. The cheerleaders of this first post-war year deserve a great deal of praise and thanks for the added en- joyment of college life that has been and will be fostered by this renaissance of Illini spirit. ga jerry Grodsky, head claeerleaderg Phyllis Chalk pep claairwzafz fl. to r.j: john Finn, Robertson, Weber, Wfallen, Falkner, Grodsky, Langan, Storako, Hughes, Joe Finn T1-1l .1 .. i..., . 378 -IIIIHHIIIIINII x Ray Eliot Coach I Horatio Alger could have told the story of the Fighting Illini of the 1946 gridiron far better than could any writer of the present day. "Strive and Succeed," 'Sink or Swim," 'fTry and Triumph"-all would be fitting titles to describe the magnificent comeback accomplished by the Orange and Blue. Illinois' title hopes had never seemed brighter than before the opening game. The Illini were conceded by many to be the team to beat in the Big Nine, if not in the entire nation. A scant four weeks later, the dreams of Western Conference glory had never seemed more impossible of realization. The team to beat had been soundly spanked by Notre Dame, edged by Indiana, and made to look almost bad, even in overwhelming victories over Pittsburgh and Purdue. The trail ahead seemed impossible. Looming largest on the horizon was the contest with Michigan, near-conquerers of mighty Army. But a staunch line and steady backfield, filled with a new determina- tion at Homecoming, began to roll down the come- VARSITY FOOTBALL Mac Wenskunas Captain back trail, defeating Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and Ohio State, all in the last quarter, and taking the title- Wnining game from Northwestern, 20-0. Loud and bitter were denunciations of the nation's fans as the Illini prepared to meet UCLA in the Rose Bowl on january 1. It was felt that Illinois was definitely over-matched, that undefeated UCLA would turn the usually close contest into a rout. They did-but it was through their weakness and the strength of the Fighting Illini that the score was a lop-sided 45-14, in favor of the Big Nine Champions. A greater combination of offensive and defensive power than that unleashed by the Illini in Pasadena on New Year's Day has seldom been seen on the grid- irons of America. That it was even more-an "upset" victory-makes the feat likely to become one of the leading legends of college football. Ray Eliot had coached and Mac Wenslcunas had captained an Illinois eleven that was, if not the great- est in Illini history, the one most deserving of the title, "Fighting Illini! " Top Raw: John Tarwain, end maria: Patterson. Gottfried, Piggott, Dufelmeier, Steger, Maechtle, Buscemi, Bauman Thzrd Row: Gallagher, Stewart, Kwasniewski, XVrenn, Bingaman, Florek, Cunz, Maggioli, Valek, Seliger, Hill U Sefond Row: Burt Ingwersen, line coarbf Prymuski, Zatkoff, Donoho, Kasap, Huber, Heiss, Siegert, Mastrangeli, Franks, Ralph Fletcher, backfield coach: Buchanan Baftom Raw: Leo johnson, bead .vcaury Ray Eliot, bead raaclag A. Agase, Rykovich, Young, Weskunas, L. Agase, Serpico, Owens, Tony Blazine, Zine :oacbf Bullock 380 ILLINCJIS 45 . . U. C. L. A. IA Sixty minutes is not a long span of time. Yet, on New -Year's Day it took just one hour for the Fight- ing Illini football team to send a whole nation scramb- ling from one side of the fence to the other. At the beginning of that hour, Illinois was a team scorned. Because weather conditions had made effec- tive practice impossible, the Illini were considered an almost hopeless underdog to mighty, undefeated UCLA. Spurned by some Pacinc Coast schools, who wanted their champion to meet Army, despised by the Southern strongholds of the sport, irate because the Big Nine was now monopolizing half the lucrative Rose Bowl gate receipts, even chided by fellow Big Nine members, many of whom felt that it was not the best, but the most fortunate of their number who was representing them in the new endeavor-the Illini might well have been feeling rather inadequate as game time approached. But inadequacy was a feeling discarded early in the season as Illinois started to roll toward the Big Nine championship. There was just one emotion that burned in the hearts of the Fighting Illini as they took the field-an anger that gave birth to a cool confidence and a driving desire not only to win, but to triumph so overwhelmingly that all who doubted them would be silenced. The resulting explosion resounded from Los Ange- les to Bangor, from Seattle to Miami. Unbeaten UCLA had bowed to the Fighting Illini by the un- believable score of 45-14! , The color-bearers of the Orange and Blue were as unorthodox in their methods of scoring as in the terrific total they attained. Almost assoon as the game began the "second-raters" had scored, Perry Moss XVilliam R. Buchanan Senior Mmzager l passing to julie Rykovich on the first play to set up a touchdown three plays later. . Again in the second quarter, when trailing 7-6, Illi- nois lined up in an unusual spread formation and Buddy Young raced deep into UCLA territory. He then scored, to give the Illini a lead they never relinquished. And two of the touchdowns the victors made were of the type that had brought them the title of "oppor- tunists" during the season-pass interceptions by Russ Steger and Stan Green. Completing the Illini total of forty-five points were touchdowns by Paul Patter- son and Perry Moss, and three extra points by Don Maechtle. Illinois was superior to UCLA in every phase of the game. The larger Bruin forward wall was pushed around all afternoon by the inspired Illini linemen, their backs were crushed at every turn and their vaunted passing attack was all but ineffective. On the other hand, every Illinois player blocked, tackled, ran, passed or kicked like an All-American. Indeed, late in the fourth quarter, when UCLA had advanced to the Illinois five-yard line, on a penalty, the victor's fourth team stiffened and held the Bruin stars with- out a gain for four downs. Ninety thousand stunned fans looked at the score- board in disbelief as they prepared to leave the sta- dium. Then began the quick scramble onto the Illini bandwagon which spread to the four corners of the nation. The team that had been jeered was now praised to the skies and feted all the way from Los Angeles to Champaign. And their loyal fans rejoiced in the realization that, in just sixty minutes of playing time, the Fighting Illini had written a page in sports history which should not be surpassed for many years. SOPHOMORE MANAGERS I Larson, Felsenthal, Sindell, Corwin, Berliner Na! m Panel: Iunlor Mamzger.r.' Meyer, Pawlowski, Twicliell, Marks, Rietz, Casson Ross Anderson VARSITY FOOTBALL Bee Coach BIG NINE STANDINGS ILLINOIS' l t Wa ILLINOIS .......... ILLINOIS . . . . 1 0 .875 Illinois . . . Michigan . . . 1 1 .785 ILLINOIS Indiana . . . 2 0 .667 Illinois . . . Iowa . . . . 3 0 .500 ILLINOIS Minnesota . . . 4 0 .429 ILLINOIS ohio state . .. . 3 1 .416 1LLiNo1s Northwestern . . . 3 1 .416 ILLINOIS Wisconsin . . . . 5 0 .286 ILLINOIS Purdue . . . 5 1 .082 ' ILLINOIS RECORD Pittsburgh . . . . NOTRE DAME Purdue... INDIANA . . . . Wisconsin . . . Michigan . . . . Iowa .... . . Ohio State . . . . Northwestern . . U.C.L.A .... . - Won 8 - Lost 2 382 Illinois Bee Squad, 1946 ILLINOIS 33, PITT 7 The season's opener, its final score notwithstanding, was a bitter dis- appointment for followers of the Illini. The team of stars which had been boomed to the skies for months before the opening kick-off was not performing according to notices. Writers had cried for sympathy for Illinois' opponents, who had to face all-Americans Julie Rykovich and Alex Agase, the incredibly swift Buddy Young, the entire line from a great Illinois team of 1942 which had won a championship for Purdue while in Marine training there, Perry Moss, Bill Huber, and a host of others whose names read like a Who's Who of Football. Lowly Pitt was unimpressed. Indeed, they were primed for an upset, and only the depth of the Illinois squad denied them. In the first two minutes, Buddy Young had scored for the Illini, for the next twenty- eight minutes, the Orange and Blue were in the shadows of their own goal posts. Pitt tied the score with a long march and threatened again and again, and the half ended with the count 7-7. Illinois reserves entered the game early in the second half, and, finally finding some scoring punch, ran up a presentable score. Art Dufelmeier sparkled for the Illini, as occasionally did Young and Patterson, but the lowering of Illinois' prestige, which was to continue for several weeks, had begun. J. unggglek ' Chick Maggioli HB . . ,W WTJIQ' V, "I-My 1 I I f fe- -few ,,.. n lVlaeCh'Ie o End CHN' Iloxgmlfd John - W new Gzazrfinn PJ 5523542 Lou - Tqcfffe A4935-e Mike Kasap Tackle NOTRE DAME 26, ILLINOIS 6 In 1946 a great football rivalry was brought to an end. At least for the next few years, the annual Notre Dame-Illinois game, one of the biggest attractions in the nation, will be no more. 1946 offered a fitting end to that great series. A record-breaking throng of over 75,000 was on hand to see the first big game of the season. Celebrities were everywhere, and hosts of Irish and Illini fans had gath- ered in Memorial Stadium from all over the country, attracted by the pre-game build-up of both teams. Many hoped to see the color-bearers of the Orange and Blue emerge with their first victory over the Irish in sports history. In that, they were disappointed, the record books still contain the unbelievable fact that Illinois never has bested Notre Dame. The game, however, was no disappointment. Two collosi of college football, one eventually to be heralded as the top team in the country, the other to emerge from a long uphill fight as Champions of the Western Conference and one of the four best teams in national ratings, slugged it out toe to toe for nineteen minutes. The Illini had a slight edge over this period of time, and when Tom Gallagher made a perfect kick to the Irish one yard line, the wearers of the green were really in trouble. Two plays later, however, the complexion of the game was changed completely, as Emil Sitko raced eighty-three yards to set up a Notre Dame score. The sudden turn of events seemed to knock the spirit out of Illinois' drives and the tenacity from its defense, and the Illini were never in command again. The Irish counted three more times, once on a power drive, once by capitalizing on an Illinois fumble, and once with an assist by Lou Donho, who, attempting to intercept a pass, succeeded only in batting it into the hands of the receiver. Illinois' lone tally came late in the fourth period on a long pass to Rykovich to Heiss, offering but little consolation for a sound defeat. ILLINOIS 43, PURDUE 7 Bouncing back from the crushing defeat of the week before, the Illini scored almost at will against an out-classed Purdue eleven. The expected passing duel between Illinois' Perry Moss and Pu1'due's Bob DeMoss never materialized, for all the touchdowns save one were scored on the ground. But Moss was definitely the outstanding player of the day, cleverly mixing his plays and taking advantage of a Boilermaker weakness to execute ten successful quarterback sneaks. This game was indeed a preview of what the Illini had to offer later in the season. Stellar defensive work by Sam Zatkoif and Ike Owens completely smothered Purdue's end runs and kick returns. The center of the line was invulnerable, the pass defense almost so. The Illini's big- gest edge was in kicking. Versatile Dwight Eddleman finished the day with the incredible average of fifty-four yards per punt, and time after time put Purdue in such a spot that Illinois touchdowns soon resulted. He also ploughed and sprinted for the longest run of the clay, fifty-six yards to a touchdown. 'QU' , ,y , APIKI ' he-, -f Bill Tqckjeks Fran Russ Steger FB We QQ' 53' 'wists x as Cxzeli V02 W d . XQCKSS BAEIWJ ww Stevfaii 1 o. QB Perry Moss it QB A1 R351 GZf2,5g3Se INDIANA IA, ILLINOIS 7 champion, Indiana, early in the season. two touchdowns. culminated in the fourth period winning tally. The Illinois collection of veterans of many varied football and military teams still was not operating as a smooth unit when the Illini met the defending It seemed, for the third time of the year, that title hopes were doomed to die from that mysterious malady of 1945, which had seen strong starts but weak finishes cost them game after game. For the first few minutes it was Illinois' ball game, as a pass from Moss to Patterson was completed for an easy score. But the Hoosiers came back strong later in the quarter and again in the final stanza, led by Ben Raimondi, with a stellar passing display that netted After the original lapse, the Indiana defense never again faltered and the final result seemed inevitable even before the game-winning score Time and time again the Illinois goal line was threatened, but each time the stubborn forward wall of the Orange and Blue gave a preview of its championship form and hurled the invaders back. It remained for Raimondi often seem ingly reckless with his passes, to abandon ground play in the final stanza and take to the air with a barrage that confounded the Illini pass defenders and ILLINOIS 277 WISCONSIN 2I The Illini have risen to unbelievable heights on Homecoming Day. History was made in the days of Red Grange when a great Michigan team was pushed around at will by an even greater Illinois eleven. Years later, the Orange and Blue, in one of its weakest seasons, fashioned its answer to those who said Harmon of Michigan was greater than had been Grange, toppling the Wolverines in perhaps the greatest upset of all time. ' The capacity crowd of Homecomers in 1946 could not have asked for a more thrilling addition to Illini Homecoming history. You can mark down Don Maechtle as the boy who fashioned the Illinois Big Ten and Rose Bowl Championships. A slip of his usually unerring toe kept the Illini from tying the game late in the final period. Had this not oc- curred, his team-mates would no doubt have settled for a tie. The col- lision between Alex Agase and Art Dufelmeier added to the victory, as their painful exit from the game gave the Illini even more lighting heart than had their presence. The spirit and drive shown in this game proved the turning point in what might have otherwise been a mediocre season. Buddy Young re- turned to form, taking passes and cutting off tackle for many long gains. Perry Moss came through with stellar passingg julie Rykovich at last rediscovered himself on the Illinois gridirong fierce line play by first- string members and particularly substitutes such as Babe Serpico and Lou Agase stopped one Badger threat on the goal line and many others deep in Illinois territory. Comebacks such as this happen only in books ..... and in Memorial Stadium, where the Fighting Illini spirit refuses to admit defeat! Dwi N 8111- Ed I HB dleman julie Rykovich ueaet HB Ralph S geuiegg Gygfgpllco ' A Tackle F Stanley Green Goidtle ' 3111: B CIluCIE3110.I'd' E7zQ5lum3I1 Ox-XQITO U LOOC emefr ILLINOIS I3, MICHIGAN 9 The accent was definitely on defense one October day in Ann Arbor, as the Illini disposed of their toughest competitor along the title trail, 13-9. Michigan was hammering at the Illinois goal all day, but was able to garner only one touchdown and a safety. In the fourth alone, the Wolverines had twelve plays from within the twenty-yard line. Each time they were stopped a few feet closer to the goal, each time it seemed that the Illini forward wall could not hold again. These three drives were halted on the seventeen, the eight, and the four, the last with but one minute to play, and the Illini then stalled the closing minute for a victory. Paul Patterson drew Hrst blood in the second quarter when, dropping back to pass and Hnding no receivers open, he spurted and dodged sixteen yards for a score. Twice he seemed trappedg once he was broken away by a well-placed block, the other escape was accomplished by his own slippery qualities. The Wolverines came back in the same quarter to tie the score, and the game con- tinued on even terms until midway in the third quarter. Then Sam Zatkoff, a Michigan Illini having his own personal Homecoming, intercepted a Michi- gan pass and ran fifty-two yards with the game-winning tally. The fourth quarter followed with constant difficulty for the Illini. Eddle- man, deep his end zone, had a punt blocked for a Michigan safety. The rest of the story was that of a brilliant Illinois line, Babe Serpico, Alex Agase, joe Buscemi, Lou Agase, jim Valek, Bob Cunz, Mastrangeli, John Wrenn and Vern Seliger, far different from the starting line, hurling back a dozen vicious Michigan attempts. ILLINOIS 7, IOWA o The game with Iowa, which put the Illini in undisputed possession of first place, was one of yeoman defense and sputtering offense, of inter- cepted passes and a fourth quarter come-back. It looked for the entire first half as if the Illini were at the end of the title rope. An alert, aggressive, keyed-up Hawkeye eleven marched down the field time and again, taking advantage of every Illinois slip, and threatening to set up a score on four separate drives. Three times pass interceptions, one each by Ray Florek, Bernie Krueger and Dwight Eddleman-the last deep in his end zone-saved the dayg on the other, the stubborn Illini line halted attempted plunges. The final story was one of superior reserve power. The Hawkeyes were rapidly tiring as the third period drew to a close, and the signs of an Illinois victory were beginning to be seen. Early in the fourth period Eddleman started the winning drive with a fifteen-yard punt return. julie Rykovich and Buddy Young added valuable yardage as the march gained momentum. Perry Moss sandwiched in two short passes to Bill Heiss to break the monotony, and from there on it was Russ Steger's ball game. Three times he plunged the necessary yardage for Hrst downs, he gained twenty-six yards of the sixty-eight yard drive, all at crucial times, and four of the last five attempts were his, the Hnal one ending in a score. The Illini were in command the rest of the game, except for one Hawk- eye surge which died in mid-field as the game ended. Ike O 572216113 A D f I XX Tnbowc rt pig meier High Siegen OX Zlqrd Sa 1 3 tl la 1+ .. x, . c f r .iam Paw . 0 aygqft , . S999 In Z Eizifkog Les gioii,-ie Paul Patterson HB ILLINOIS I6, OHIO STATE 7 The courage and strength of the Illinois line comes from a bottomless reservoir! That fact was written indelibly on the minds of all present as the Illini battered their way toward the title, deep in their own territory time and again, for the fourth consecutive week. These linemen held Ohio's great joe Whisler on the half-foot line at a time when victory hung in the balance. They held him again, inches away from important first downs, on the four, the fifteen, the nineteen, and the twenty-seven. Only once did Ohio score. The wind was a big factor in that measure of success the Buckeyes attained. The Illini, forced to punt time and again from their own end zone, saw the ball push against that wind but twenty to thirty yards, and the lineman would have their job to do all over again. The first Illini score was set up by a flat pass to Buddy Young, who twisted and turned along the sideline in as fine a tight-rope performance as has ever been seen in Memorial Stadium, escaping tackler after tackler, and finally being driven out of bounds on the two-yard line. Later in the second quarter, Sam Zatkoff broke through and blocked an Ohio punt in the end zone, for a safety. In the final minutes of the third quarter, with the wind again assisting the Buckeyes, the Illini were driven back once more into their own ter- ritory. Ohio then attempted a flat pass, with the game in the balance, but julie Rykovich intercepted it on his own one yard line. and raced through a sea of mud ninety-nine yards to score the clinching touchdown. ILLINOIS 20, NORTHWESTERN O Playing its best game of 1946, a great fighting Illini team completely over- whelmed the Wildcats, 20-0. Two precedents fell by the wayside when the final gun sounded for the victorious Illini. This was the first conference championship for the University of Illinois since 1928. And it was the first time since the start of the long uphill climb to the championship, dating back to the final period of the Wisconsin game, that a fourth quarter rally or goal-line stand was not neces- sary to victory. Perhaps the greatest difference between the team that had started the season and the Western Conference Champions was the fine blocking which Was shown in this game. This enabled the Illini to shake loose their vaunted sprinters for fifteen long runs, ranging from eleven to fifty-three yards. Art Dufelmeier was the individual star of the day, gaining one hundred twenty-three yards in ten attempts. But Buddy Young's fabulous speed was effectively unleashed, Perry Moss and Bernie Krueger quarterbacked the team as never before, and Dike Eddleman played his best ground game of the year. The Wildcats never threatened to score. Indeed, they gained only one hundred yards in the Whole afternoon-this in spite of the fact that until this game they had led the conference in rushing. This victory gained for the Illini, in addition to many Big Ten honors, the Rose Bowl bid, and with it the chance to elevate itself into UCLA's fourth place national rating. Buddy Young mush HB Ver l Bob 9516 Cghfjfgef 4 A ii Sys' Agiiif W5 Douglas R. Mills Coach There are many in this nation who think that a legend was shattered in 1947. The fabulous Whiz Kids had returned to the college hardwood, and with them had come unbelievable tales of pre-war prowess. Blind tp the fact that the returning members of the greatest team in basketball history were four years beyond that magnificent season of 1943, admiring fans were un- wavering in their rash predictions of an even greater year in the golden post-war era of Illinois sports. Even as the season opened with a number of one- sided victories, it slowly became evident that the Whiz Kids has lost some measure of their old greatness. Then, on that fateful Western trip in December, as the walls came tumbling down on an erratic Illinois team, doubts as to the truthfulness of the legendary tales of glory of VARSITY BASKETBALL that last pre-war season began to appear in the minds of the nation's fans. Those of us who saw the Whiz Kids at the peak of their career are loud and bitter in our denunciation of these doubters. If perfection can be attained on the basketball court, that team had accomplished the feat. Every move was sheer poetry in action, whether indi- vidual attainment or unmatched teamwork, the out- standing example of which was the most perfectly played game in history, when the Illini defeated a great Northwestern team by more than forty points. True, in 1947 the Whiz Kids had lost their great- ness of years gone by. But let it not be said that such greatness never existed! Tlse Whiz Kidx: Andy Phillip, Ken Menke, Jack Smiley, Gene Vance 394 ILLINI ILLINI ILLINI Illini . . ILLINI: f f ff Illini . . ILLINI Illini . . ILLINI Illini . . ILLINI ILLINI ..... ILLINI ..... ILLINI Illini . . ILLINI ILLINI ILLINI ILLINI Illini . . 2 l9. Max Rowe Senior Manager ILLINOIS' RECORD VARSITY BASKETBALL john Watkins junior Manager BIG NINE STANDINGS Cornell..... ...39 Marquette . . . . . . . 40 Wisconsin I , i Pittsburgh .... 31 MISSOURI . . . .. . 55 California . . . ....... 36 ILLINOIS ' ' ' CALIFORNIA . . . . . 5 3 Nebraska . . . ....... 37 Indiana . . . . . XIVISCONSIN . .. 53 exico . . . ........ . 36 f MINNESOTA.. . .. 34 Mmesota ' ' ' Northwestern . . . . . . 40 , , ohio state . . . . 42 M1Cl11s2f1- -- Wisconsin . . . . .. . 37 Ohio State .... . . . 58 Ohio State , , , PURDUE.... ...51 Iowa . . . ...... . . . 36 I Indiana. . . ......... so Om' " " Northwestern . . . . . . 51 Michigan... .. 36 PU1'dUC--- INDIANA . . . .. . 48 Northwestern Illinois Won 14-Lost 6 9 3 8 4 8 4 7 5 6 6 5 7 5 7 4 8 2 10 Sophomore Managerr: Top Row: Widemire, Hager, Schmelzle, Nelson, Sim Batzam Raw: Wollbrinck, Xanders, Morris, Macdonald 3 395 Bill Erickson Fred Green Bob Rowe Dick Foley VARSITY BASKETBALL The 1947 basketball season would have been considered mod- inary vears. The Illini won fourteen, lost erately successful in ord six, and tied for second place ia the conference with Indiana each having a record of eight and four. But in this era of undisputed h . c ampionships and outstanding Illinois teams it seemed almost a dismal failure. For the Whiz Kids had returned and failed to wihz as of old. The season opened with perhaps the easiest game of the schedule, 87 39 ' a - win over Cornell College. Although the fans were treated to some expert ball handling, those who had seen the WI ' K'd nz 1 s at their peak were uncomfortablv aware that this was not the kind of basketball that would win' a championship The next game was something more of a test and the Illini looked rather impressive in winning 73-40. But the following week they displayed their erratic nature as a stalling Pittsburgh team slowed them to a walk. It was not until the second team entered the lineu P for Illinois that the final score of 58-31 was attained. With th" ' ' ' ' ' is ummpressive series of wins at home under their belt 7 the Illini started on a trip West to meet equally Ull1H1pI'CSSlVC Missouri and a l ' 'l l I d ' ' ' ngiy toute California team, toast of the Pacific Coast. In Bentom Odum Bob Doster VARSITY BASKETBALL the first road game, Missouri was primed for what seemed at the time to be the upset of the year. The Whiz Kids had not lost a game to a college team since 1942. Although obviously the smoother team, the Illini were completely outfought and went down to defeat 55-50. . Illinois bounced back the next game, however, as a great Cali- fornia team bowed 58-36. Fired by the loss to Missouri, the Whiz Kids set a terrific first half pace and were leading 23-2 at the end of nine minutes play. This was one of the best exhibitions that the Illini of 1947 made, and it appeared for twenty-four hours, that the Whiz Kids had begun to whiz again. But in the second game of the series, an enraged California team struck back 53-35, to even the series. Returning home, Illinois won its last warm-up game before the opening of the conference race, downing Nebraska, 72-37. The next game was a bitter disappointment for followers of the Illini, and a day of vindication for Wisconsin fans. The last four times the Badgers, defending champions in 1941, had met the Whiz Kids, they had been dealt ignominious defeats. Jack Smiley, who had made a great name for himself before the war by holding the great John Kotz of Wisconsin scoreless or nearly so time after time, VVa.,,ki Andy Philip Walt Kirk Gene Vance jack Smiley jack Burmaster Ken Menke VARSITY BASKETBALL was now completely unable to shackle Bob Cook of the 1947 Badgers, who scored twenty points to lead his team to a 53-47 victory. The Mexico game, extremely lop-sided with the record-breaking score of 94-36, was followed by one of the lowest-scoring games of the season, a 34-31 defeat at the hands of Minnesota. The Illini probably looked worse in that game than in any other, averaging only .156 on their shooting and being outrebounded, two to one. The Illinois team began to pick up momentum as the new year got under way. Northwestern bowed, 55-40, in a truly team vic- tory, and Ohio State also felt the sting of defeat, 61-42. In the latter game, Smiley led the scoring with twenty-two points, and con- tributed to the stellar guarding exhibited by the entire team as Ohio made but one field goal in the first half. The Whiz Kids were definitely on the upsurge as they met Wis- consin with the last title hopes of the Illini at stake. Again they looked almost like the team of old as Smiley held Cook to five points, Menke scored thirteen, and the team as a unit worked more smoothly than at any other time in the season, to score a decisive upset, 63-37. M Dwight Humphrey Dwight Lddlcman VARSITY BASKETBALL This was followed by a close victory over Ohio State, 59-58, in which the Illini were forced to come from behind in the closing minutes to avoid defeat. But in the next game, the title pursuit was again dealt a savage blow, as Purdue stunned the Illini, 51-42. Smiley turned in a magnificent job of guarding high-scoring Murray Wier, as the Illini stopped Iowa, 45-36. And the erratic Illini were once again a great team the following week, defeating' Indiana in the last home game for the Whiz Kids, 59-50. Title hopes were once again being revived late in the season as Wisconsin started to waver and the Illini skimmed by North- western, 52-51, Gene Vance tipping in his own rebound in the last seconds of the game, and rallied to defeat Michigan, 45-36. But the finale of the Whiz Kids in collegiate basketball was blemished. Although rallying time and again to close almost hope- less gaps, the Illini lost to Indiana, 48-41, as Andy Phillip surpassed the old three-year Big Nine scoring record by four points. The Illini of 1947 had not been a truly great team. But due to the concerted effort of the Whiz Kids, Fred Green, Bob LaVov , 7 Bill Erickson, Walt Kirk, jack Burmaster, and many other reserves, it was on outstanding team in an unusual year. R Hal Craig Bob Lavoy W . l ..llT. N , M . wwf, Y ' e ' -wmv , ,ary , - 1f:,Lgg,,,Bf' gd-9.12 J be 9 W1 'Y , Q A ...L, iq V V fu , 4 , .5 y I K ..V,, ,Ni A , xp Mi fx hw? ie. 40 , ST? ' ftfihhix' ,, . Robert Phelps Captain A galaxy of colorful stars, broken records by the score, overwhelming victories over teams that would have won meet after meet hands down in any ordinary year, the unstinted praise of the nation's sports writers -all these memories and many more will remain in the minds of Illini track fans as they think back over their school's athletic prowess in the latter 194O's. Certainly the best group of track men in Illinois his- tory was performing for the Orange and Blue in the spring of 1946-there were few who doubted that this was the greatest collegiate track team in the history of the sport. In 1946 the Illini lost not a single meet. Sports his- VARSITY TRACK tory was written as Coach Leo Johnson sagely split his squad at the seasonis openers, the Drake and Penn Relays, and, using his super-abundance of material to the utmost, swept in the lion's share of titles at both meets. Taking their schedule of four dual meets without losing stride, the Illini proceeded to conquer the best the Western Conference, the entire Midwest, and the nation could offer, scoring victories over Ohio State in the Big Ten meet, Wisconsin in the Central Col- legiate, and powerful Southern California in the NCAA. f. Tap Raw: Dick Kalish, LeRoy Brown, Bill Cooley, Eugene Trandel, Dave Bedell, Coach Leo T. Johnson, William Weiler, John Martin, julian Lauchner, Gene Ginoli, Harry Anderson Second Row: Carl Ockert, George Walker, Bob Richards, Bob Phelps, Bob Rehberg, 1ack.Pierce, Herb McKenley, Dwight Edclleman Bottom Row: Don Shuman, Eric Hughes, John Twomey, Marce Gonzalez, Bill Mathis, Vic Twomey, Bruce Brenneman 402 Leo T. johnson Illinois Track Coach Any who still doubted Leo johnson as the greatest track coach in the nation after 1945 were surely con- vinced of that fact in 1946. This man, who had in 1937 started the uphill task of putting the Illini back on top of the conference in track and Held, after many dark years in the '30ls, finally attained his goal. Narrowly missing conference crowns in 1943 and 1944, his team turned the 1945 outdoor meet into a rout and returned in 1,946 to trounce all opponents and emerge as the topiitcm in the nation. The Illini were in the championship headlines for the first time since the Whiz Kids had put them there in basketball in 1943. johnsonls task was not an easy one. His was not the route whereby stars Hooked to his side and performed in a championship manner while he watched. It was necessary to discover talent, to revive interest in track at Illinois, and to build for the future. It required years of unwavering perseverance before results were seen. Hard work, a great feeling for sports and sportsman- ship, endless drive, true ability in coaching, and a justi- fiable pride as he sees his boys return with laurels piled high-all these make him one of the greatest coaches the University of Illinois has ever known. For this we pay tribute to Leo johnson. 403 Don Shuman Dave Bedell jack Pierce Bruce Brenneman VARSITY TRACK If true greatness in athletics is measured by the praise of one's contemporaries, the Cinder-path Illini of 1946 were truly great, as individuals and as an aggre- gate. The plaudits of the crowd, of their vanquished foes, and of the nation's writers still ring in the air. An outstanding track team must, of necessity, be composed of a group of stars. There was Herb Mc- Kenley, brightest in the galaxy, breaker of records in every meet, holder of the Lion Gardner Award as the Athlete of the Year, and two- and three-event winner week after week. The squad boasted Bob Rehberg, always the victor in the most grueling of races, the half mile and mile, and always with the stamina to run a brilliant leg on the record-holding mile relay team. And it had George Walker, whose legs carried him to many a double victory in the hurdle events, Bill Mathis and Jack Pierce, sprinters extraordinary, John and Vic Twomey, always point winners in the two- mile run, and Carl Ockert, who, although he cracked the Big Ten 440 record wide open, had to be content with a second place behind McKenley. In the field events, the one Illini "weakness", there was versatile Dike Eddleman, usually the victor in the high jump and often using the magnificent spring in his legs to bring in broad jump points, and Bob Rich- ards and Captain Bob Phelps, rarely missing pole vault honors. All these stellar performers in their own right, on any ordinary track team they would have been lion- ,.La , : A F 4 Jw" 'flttwl VARSITY TRACK ized to the extreme. Yet, here, among many individ- uals stars competing for glory in their own right, there existed a camaraderie, a team spirit that captured the hearts of the fans everywhere. The outdoor season opened with Illini victory in the traditional Drake Relays. Shattering all precedent and stealing headlines throughout the country, Coach Leo johnson accomplished the feat with only part of his squad-the socalled usecond team". Travelling to Penn with his stars, he saw them fashion the other half of an amazing double sweep. Only by disqualification of the 880 team did the Illini miss winning every relay at Franklin Field, capturing the sprint medley, the 440 and the mile. These, with Eddleman's victory in the high jump and numerous minor places, gave Illinois Bob Rehberg leading honors. The Illini then travelled to West Point to meet Army, Dartmouth, and Columbia in a four-way meet, and overcame their discrepancies in the weights by such overwhelming victories in the other events that Army was bested, 80 to 48, with the others far behind. Double wins by Walker, McKenley, and Eddleman paced the Illini, Herb smashing two records on the way and Dike tying the high jump mark. Illinois continued its record-breaking ways as it played host to Purdue a week later with a crushing 90-32 win. Thirteen marks were erased, by Illini, as Mathis set new times in the sprints, McKenley broke three records, including the Big Ten, with a :46.7 quarter, Walker tied those existing in the low hurdles, Bob Phelps J john Twomey Vic Twomey glv , Herb McKenley Eric Hughes VARSITY TRACK and Eddleman smashed three with a 6-foot 6M inch high jump. Probably the toughest dual meet of the season was next on the schedule, but the color bearers of the Orange and Blue scarcely paused in their trek to the national crown to take Michigan into camp, 80-42. The Illini took first in every running event, scored a slam in the pole vault, and won Hrst in the high and broad jumps, to crush the Wolverines before a record throng. Tuning up for the Western Conference meet, Illi- nois took the measure of a strong Minnesota squad, 75-41, with nine firsts and a clean sweep in the dashes and the mile run. june 1, 1946, dawned cloudy and chilly, and many a disappointed fan moaned that the records were safe and that the Big Ten track finals that day would be dull and uninteresting. Nothing could have been farther from the truth. As the Held events were being completed and the fans started leaving Memorial Stadium to Warmer and drier spots, the loudspeaker boomed: "Today has vividly demonstrated the fact that rain does not hurt a track! Today the Fighting Illini from the University of Illinois have rewritten the record book, smashing fourteen records in six events!" Illini Herb McKenley had broken the World's record, and the Big Ten, Stadium and Illinois marks for the 440 in the unbelievable time of :46.2. The Illinois and Stadium times had fallen when Mc- Kenley took the 220 in :20.6, as Walker leaped to i i l Ea s M5 my i , 9' f 3' Q VARSITY TRACK victory in the high hurdles in :14.2, and when Reh- berg ran a 4:17.3 mile. And new Big Ten, Illinois, and Stadium marks were set when the magnificent mile relay team, made up of Gonzales, Rehberg, Ockert and McKenley, went the distance in 3:1Z.4. The Illini thus took the conference crown with 667, points, more than double the total of their near- est rival, Ohio State. Two weeks later, Illinois travelled to Milwaukee for the Central Collegiate Track meet. Not compet- ing at full strength, the squad still was able to mark up a score three times as great as Wisconsin, the sec- ond place team, as Rehberg, running a great half and mile, won the John P. Nicholson trophy for the out- standing performance of the meet. McKenley was George WValker Bill Mathis withdrawn from the 440, as his deserving teammate, Carl Ockert, gained the Hrst quarter mile win of his collegiate career. The NCAA meet had been boomed for weeks as a two-team dual between favored Illinois and Southern California. On paper, the writers had the teams fig- ured even, and 14,000 spectators turned out to see the expected duel. In that they were disappointed, for the Illini rolled up 78 points to 43 for the Trojans. McKenley won the 440 and 220, while Mathis furn- ished a surprise by defeating Lloyd LaBeach of Wis- consin, his three-time conquerer and Big Ten Cham- pion. Obviously pointing for the U.S.C. athletes, the Illini entries bested the Trojans in every event but two. Marcc Gonzales p y -3 Wir Carl Ockert ii i7 . . f' ffewf , fm I .. EL? H 1 , K .55 ' . F. ,, , - ' . V . . , . f,f,Q'f -is ZLW ,,Xzf'1"f 'x,, 1-, .-i1q1:i5L"' ' 655i ,Q'1fvi522- Nfl f--ai- ' M - H L0 41 f :wb K 1 gg.. f .. ""k ,,.. W yr J ' -Qsiffifgfl-I igffgiffiigg Q , .tg2.,g1:g:,'gQ3vggz ,V A ' - Q ,,g: KL.. ., ., A ffm, W-:W vga, '- , ' 5 ' , K fl ' 7.5 . ,P 2 " 1 1 S f .,.. i ff g V . D Q.. if 0 wx M L? 5 ww, .gig , , XL 7' ii X H ,ig ,if , A K f N 1 K 5 A Q- M,-imgivkyy ,J . z f, ..,, fiziffw- - Q 1, ,.,5,, X , Lag. K ff 'mms 13553145 . f K ,. ,,,.. 5 , f,'v-k ,jgS'f'f4Qg .'ff 1Q,,,,1'.u1. f. W--Jirufwrv -zw-ff .-g, W L I - L2 k fi I WC' ' ' L Ax Q, ' ,L K- -'f. I A g - 1415 H4 A 5 A 7,g-.Mg wif '31 K f I ,:iZs,1+- M: , J QQ , gfff' R? gi f"k .vsiinf I 1 H Q94 ,f .. 1 5 fw,-ff,,4, f- ig - .,. .qt Q I' IfValter H. Roettger Coach The 1946 baseball Illini, comprising a handful of men back from the 1945 squad, a few others resum- ing collegiate careers interrupted by war, and the rest rookies, getting their first taste of college competition, emerged from a twenty-one game schedule with thir- teen wins and eight losses. Starting strong in conference play, while accom- plishing such feats as snapping Michigan's two-year, 27-game winning streak and dropping powerful Indiana twice in a single week-end, Illinois saw its title hopes go glimmering at the season's end as can- cellations caused by rain, and a brilliant pitching job VARSITY BASEBALL at Iowa, gave the Illini a Big Ten record of six wins and three losses, for second place behind Wisconsin. Although brilliant pitching was the rule, occasional lapses in fielding and impotence at the plate were the outstanding weaknesses which were responsible for several losses. The calibre of the opposition, which included professional teams such as the Danville Dodgers and the St. joseph Autos, was the highest in many years. The success of the baseball team in 1946 did its part in presaging the renaissance of the Fighting Illini as the outstanding power in the Western Conference. Top Raw: Roy Vliedow, Bill Meyers Serund Row: Gordon Hoke, Manager, Gerald Kaires, Les Miller, Harold Stange, jack Smiley, Coach Walter. H. Roettger Bollom Row: james Kilbane, james Devcro, Ed Planert, Lee Eilbracht, Bob Malley, Marv Rolblalt, Leo Gedvulas 410 VARSITY BASEBALL ILLINI ILLINI ....... ILLINI Illini. . . Illini. . . ILLINI ILLINI ILLINI Illini. . . Conference Games' 7 ...16 8 7 6 4 ...10 4 1 Won 63 Chicago . . . Chicago . . . Ohio... OHIO. .... MICHIGAN Michigan . . . Indiana . . . . Indiana . . . . IOWA . . . . Lost 3 ILLINOIS' RECORD ILLINI .......... 12 ILLINI .......... .. .. 1 0 ILLINI 5 Illini... s Illini... 8 ILLINI ILLINI s Illini... 6 Illini... 1 ILLINI 4 Illini... ILLINI .......... 16 Gordon Hoke M :imager Non-conference Games Chanute . . . . Valparaiso .. St. Louis .... DANVILLE DANVILLE Chanute .... Washington . ST. JOSEPH CHANUTE Gt. Lakes . .. Gt. Lakes . .. GT. LAKES TotalRec01'd: Won 135 Lost 8 .Q B Bob Malley Bob Wakefield VARSITY BASEBALL Long in the Illinois Athletic Hall of Fame will live the names of the Number One battery of the 1946 baseball season, Marv Rotblatt and Lee Eilbracht. In close pursuit for any individual honors there might be for the year would be Al Scharf, Jim Devero and Bob Wakefield-but such thoughts seemed out of place lat the end of a very successful season made pos- sible by outstanding team play in almost every game. The Illini opened by trouncing Chanute Field, 16-4, as Rotblatt, pitching the first ive innings, held the Plauesmen hitless. The game was highlighted by dis- plays of power hitting, 1945's most sadly lacking com- modity, on the part of Wakefield and Roy Wiedow, and a Brooklyn-style base-line exhibition and stellar defensive work on the part of Eilbracht. The second game, with Valparaiso, resulted in a 10-0 victory for Illinois, with Scharf allowing only three hits. Errors and walks given up by the gentle- men from Indiana stretched the Illini hit total of six into ten runs. Three days later, with barely enough time to recover from this base-running exercise, St. Louis University put the Illini through their paces again, allowing the locals twelve runs on ten hits for a final score of 12-1. The conference season opened with a farewell series with nine young men from the University of Chicago, making their last appearance in Champaign- Urbana as members of the Western Conference. The Illini, no sentimentalists, turned in a 7-1 victory the first day, and followed it a day later with a 16-0 trouncing, which featured the Hrst home run of the season, by Bill Butkovich. Scharf and Rotblatt shared VARSITY BASEBALL pitching honors, each allowing three hits in his game. ' Those two pitchers, although held in high esteem in. collegiate circles, were completely unable to cope with the invasion of the Danville Dodgers, a profes- sional club in the Three-Eye League. Their team- mates, shackled by the pro teamfs hurlers, collected only nine hits in the two games, and went down to defeat for the first time of the young season, 13-5 and ll-0. Illinois rebounded later in the week with an 8-5 win over Ohio State, behind the six-hit pitching of Rotblatt, to take the lead in the Big Ten. The little left-hander batted his own game into the victory col- umn with two timely hits for three runs, following the. lead of Bob Possehl, who drove in four of the tallies. But the Illini followed this game with their Les Miller Al Scharf first loss to collegiate competition as the Buckeyes turned the tables with an 8-7 decision on a homer in the ninth inning by an Ohio rookie. Many fans thought the series the following week would decide the conference championship, for the displays of power thus far had come from Cham- paign and Ann Arbor. The largest crowd of the sea- son was attracted to Illinois field to see the Illini and Michigan split a double-header, 6-8 and 4-3. Two scalps should have been hanging in the home team dressing room, for it was through four Illinois errors, setting up six runs, that the Wolve1'ines were able to win the first game and run their winning streak to twenty-seven in a row. Eilbracht was the individual star of the afternoon, with six hits in seven trips to the plate, three perfect throws to second base to cut Harold Stange , , , ,.- ,..,., W. . Lee Eilbracht Jim Devero Marv Rotblatt Bob Possehl Bill Meyers VARSITY BASEBALL down potential steals, and credit for the winning run in the tenth inning of the second gamekbatted in by Les Miller. Scharf was the winning pitcher as the Illini snapped the Michigan string of wins in the sec- ond game, allowing no runs after the Hfth inning. The Chanute Field Planesmen again travelled to Urbana in vain, as a lineup liberally sprinkled with reserves took their measure, 12-2. The end of the week saw the Illini unhappily watching the rain at Lafayette, knowing full well that the cancellation of the two-game series with the weak Boilermakers of Purdue would inevitably cut their title chances. Washington University was the next to feel the sting of the Illini batsmen, as the Illinois nine collected ten hits, three by Kaires and a triple by Wakefield, for a 4-1 decision. Another visit from a professional team, the St. Joseph Autos, proved too much for the collegians, 9-6. Although the Illini outhit the pros, leaving four- teen men on base proved a costly practice, as did granting nine bases on balls by three Illinois pitchers. Conference play was resumed with a double win over powerful Indiana, rated as perhaps an even more astounding feat than the snapping of the Michigan win streak. The first game, a 10-6 decision, was won in a sixth inning rally led by Devero, Malley and Wakefield. The second was again Pitcher Rotblatt's day, as he held the Hoosiers hitless until the eighth inning, and drove in what proved to be the winning run early in the game. Chanute Field gave the Illini a surprise in their third meeting of the season by administering a 5-2 I at, x VARSITY BASEBALL spanking, aided by four ill-placed errors by Illinois infielders and the invincibility of a star pitcher, Don Van Nest, with men on base. He allowed nineteen opponents to reach first base, but managed to strand seventeen of them before they completed the circuit. Travelling to Iowa the next week, Illinois faced the necessity of winning both games to keep title hopes alive. The title trail ended in Iowa City, for the Hawk- eyes, intent on a second-place tie with the Illini, ham- mered Scharf for seven hits and four runs, and a 5-1 victory. The second game was rained out, leaving Illinois with a conference record of 6-3, for second place. The season ended with a three game series with Great Lakes. The sailors dropped the first decision 4-0, Rotblatt fanning twelve, and the second, 6-4, with Ed Planert ' Gerald Kaires homers by Wakefield and Devero furnishing the vic- tory margin. But they were able to spoil the Illini finale the next day, when Scharf walked four men in the eighth to bring the score to 5-4, Great Lakes. Eilbracht was honored by his teammates at season's end by being chosen most valuable player and captain- elect for 1947. He also won the Big Ten batting championship with a .484 average. Rotblatt, who for- got that pitchers are not supposed to hit, took batting honors for all games, finishing more than 60 points above his nearest teammate, Eilbracht. Coach Wallie Roettger, looking back on a success- ful season, can also look forward to 1947 with the realization that all of this year's squad plus a host of returnees should be a strong contender. Leo Gedvilas Bill Butkovich M.,-n z 7414657 Shaw 416 . , , ,L K A H -VM. ' , , I W , I g - ' Q -M . " ly f V V I ' I i ,Q-ik ,L , My - , ' k , ,H 4' , I , ,, NIIIIIHIIIIIIII -X -X -X- Ralph E. Fletcher VARSITY GULF 1946 was not a banner year for Illinois golf. The Illini .. 9M IOWA . .. team made but an average showing throughout the mini 13V PURDUE D season, Winning three dual meets While losing five, " 2 I " ' and slumped to ninth place in the conference meet, ILLINI -------- 21 Indlana- ------ -- three strokes out of sixth, with an erratic putting ILLINI ,,,.,,,, 20 Purdue ,,,,. ,,,, , , display. . . The team lacked balance, for beyond the first three uhm ' ' 3M OHIO STATE ' ' ' ' ' men the play both on the fairways and on the greens Illini . . 12 MICHIGAN .... .. . was very unsteady and unpredictable. Frank Richart ILLINI 23 Indiana was the outstanding olfer of the year for Illinois, , I """" ""' invariably leading hisgteammates by several strokes, Hlml -- 12 NORTHWESTERN and always comparing favorably with the best the opposition could offer. VVon 3-Lost 5 155-S . A. is PM 222 6 7 232 15 12 24 Fletcher Gorman Turnbow Richart Brown Wyatt Bootz 418 VARSITY TENNIS ILLINI ..... .... 9 Wayfiie . . . . ILLINI ..... .... 8 Kalamazoo . . . ILLINI ..... .... 9 Wiscoiisin . . . ILLINI ..... .... 6 Michigan . . . . ILLINI ..... .... 5 Michigan State ....... ILLINI ..... .... 5 Ohio State . . . ILLINI ..... .... 7 Chicago . . . . . ILLINI ..... . . 5 Purdue . . . . . . ILLINI ..... ...... 9 Indiana . . . . . . ILLINI ..... ........ 8 Northwestern . VVon 10 - Lost O Illinois' netmen of 1946 were probably the most outstanding in the history of the Fighting Illini. Al- though possessing two of the top sixteen players in the nation, as demonstrated in the NCAA when Roger Downs and Ben Migdow advanced to the final strata of eliminations, the team balance was no less important Howard J. Braun in the season's success. The team, coached by Howie Braun, swept its ten dual meets without a loss and went into the Big Ten Meet the heavy favorite. Migdow suhiered his first defeat of the season in the Number Two position, and Downs was eliminated in his quest for the Number One championship. But the lesser lights of the team paved the way to the victory as Captain Ray Von Spreclcelsen and Mel Randoll won the Numbers Four and Six Titles, respectively, and the Gates-Migdow and Steers-Randoll combinations took two of the three doubles crowns. In the NCAA Meet the Illini could not hope to win the team crown against such powerhouses as Southern California and Texas. Concentrating on individual play, Migdow and Downs advanced to the quarter- finals in doubles and both reached the final play-offs in singles. Gates Steers Migdow Braun Randoll Downs Spreckelsen 419 i Maxwell R. Garret Coach The Illini competed in fencing in 1947 as defending champions from 1943, the last year in which the Big Ten recognized an intercollegiate champion. Having also won the title in 1942, and having several promis- ing newcomers in a year when every team was com- posed almost entirely of untried men, the Illini had bright hopes of annexing an unprecedented crown. The only returning letter man was Lee Lipson, im- mediately joined on the varsity squad by Bill Abraham FENCING and john Blazick, who were to get their first taste of intercollegiate competition. Warren Sullivan, who started the season at a managerial post, so successfully absorbed the teaching of Coach Mac Garret that he Won a position on the starting nine, at Number Three saber. The success of Illinois' 1947 fencing team was to depend upon just such rapid improvement of the newcomers in the sport. K Top Row: Abraham, Blazick, Judy, Glink, Swenson, Bengard, Atkin, Mac Garret, Coacbg Thompson, Kuznitsky, Osinski, Lipson, Calcaterra, Stuebe, Sulli- van, Manager Bottom Row: Larimer, Brieloff, Greenberg, Coppolillo, Lucas, Reed, Strempler, Anderson, Kusin, Saady, Scanlon 420 CROSS CCDUNTRY The fortunes of the cross country team followed the trend set by other sports in the Illinois post-war boom. The Illini, who had occupied a lowly sixth place berth in 1945, and who were not thought to be particularly packed with power for the new season, completed a moderately successful year by taking third place, behind favored Indiana and Wisconsin, in the Big Nine meet. They were paced by john Twomey, who won third place in the conference event, after having won three consecutive first places in triangulars and the Loyola Invitational Meet. Leo T. johnson Coach The schedule opened with a defeat for Illinois, in a triangular meet with Wisconsin and Indiana, fol- lowed by a a second place rating behind Indiana and over Purdue the following week. In the final warm- up for the Big Nine run, the Illini looked impressive in winning the Loyola Invitational, by a large margin. In addition to Twomey, the team's undisputed leader, team balance was furnished by Clarence Dunn, Bruce Brenneman and joe Welyki, who consistently aided the Illinois cause. Top Row: Welyki, Rehberg, Twomey, Dunn, Brenneman Balrom Row: Downs, Timmerhaus, Cabrera 421 G Hartley D. Price C oncln Illinois' 1947 Gymnastics Team faced the world with a fine tradition to maintain. Before the sport be- came a war casualty in 1942, the Illini had never fin- ished worse than third in the Big Ten. Included in their impressive record were six conference titles, seventy dual victories in eighty-four starts, and the only National AAU title ever won by a college team. Coach I-Iartley Price, also back from the war, faced VARSITY YMNASTICS the problem this year of building a squad that could successfully defend its 1942 title. On hand to help in this diflicult task was a squad of nineteen men, includ- ing Joe and john Fina, carrying on a long family tra- dition in Illinois gymnastics, Gay Hughes, also a very promising newcomer, and Don Von Ebers, who gave valuable depth to the squad. Top Row: Hotchkiss, Edwards, Kr0PP. Price, roarbf Von Ebers, Joe Fina, john Fina Bottom Raw: Roller, Bralower, O'Heron. Gates, Harrington, Monroe, Reedy, manager: Hickey, Leavitt, G. Hughes, E. Hughes, Barenbrugge, Mizrahi, Pearson 42 2 W L., 44 VARSITY SWIMMING Illinois approached the 1947 swimming season with steadily rising prospects that promised a much better record than that of the sixth place squad in 1946. Team balance was promised as versatile John Haulenbeek, always a winner in the sprints or breast stroke, and sprinters Richard Houcek and Marvin Wahlstrom, returning from 1946, were joined by veterans Robert Gerometta, the most promising young swimmer of pre-war days, Henry Mautner, sprint specialist, Don Scherwat, distance swimmer, and Bert Seyler, breast stroke star. Even further depth and balance was given by Dave Jensen and William Keller, back strokers, Robert Wulfort, Carl Kratz and Wilbur Huff- stutler, divers, and William Baugher, a transfer student with great abilities both in the distance and sprints. Edward J. Manley Coach VARSITY WRESTLING The Western C0nference's defending champions seemed to have great possibilities of repeating their 1946 success as they faceda difficult schedule in 1947. All the veterans of the previous campaign but two were on hand for the new year, as Lou Kachiroubas, joe Garcia, Ken Marlin, Norm Anthonisen, Dave Shapiro and Chuck Gottfried greeted Coach Harold Kenney, recently returned from service. The greatest depth of material in many years was in evidence, as Bill Mann, Dean Ryan, Lynn Marcus, Bob Pigozzi, Stan Lee, Leonard Feldman, Gilbert Gaumer and Arthur Archer were pushing the letter- men to the limit when the season opened. With such an array of stars, a brilliant showing was inevitable. Harold E. Kenney C ouch ' Q 2 a Az W.-...Q N Hr l Ulf A K pm QA , Hartley D. Price Ifltmmmal Director INTRAMURAL POINT TOTALS, 1945-46 Phi Delta Theta ....... ..,.......... 5 70M Delta Tau Delta... Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..... .... 4 61 Sigma Nu ....... ThetaXi... .......... .... 3 11M SigmaChi....... Alpha Tau Omega ..... .... 3 02 M Phi Kappa Sigma. . . Phi Epsilon Pi ....... ..., 2 76 Tau Delta Phi ..... Sigma Alpha Mu ..... .... 2 48 Tau Epsilon Phi. . . Phi Gamma Delta .... .... 2 28 Alpha Epsilon Pi. . . Phi Kappa Psi ..... .... 2 202 Tau Kappa Epsilon. Beta Theta Pi ..... .... 2 01 Chi Psi ...... ..... Zeta Beta Tau ..... .... 1 96 Kappa Sigma .... INTRAMURAL SPORTS 194-V2 191W 1722 ISSM 127 126 111 109 83 82 INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS, 1945-46 - Phi Delta Theta Tap Row: Ogden, Taylor, Snyder, Cole, Blom, Russell, Wfolfe, Hill R P' lt S d B lt Tl P k' S Second ow: 1c'en, ug en, ar'er, iompson, er ms, everns Bottom Row: Daclant, Mmalga, Troupe, Watt, Holmes, Johannson, Pfelfer 426 Keith Hutson, Charles Petranoff, junior Ald71dg67'.f,' Teddy Eddleman, Ifzlftzmurrzl Ser1'elary,' jack Dillavou, Iuuior Manager INTRAMURAL SPCDRTS The Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports began in 1946 where it had left OH: before the war, and before the year was over had started a rise to a peak of achievement far beyond the fondest dreams of those planning its growth in pre-war days. Illinois received national recognition for its outstanding Intra- mural program early in january, largely as a result of many inno- vations which were introduced during the past year. A sportsman- ship trophy has been added to the huge I. M. collection to foster a better spirit of fair playg rules clinics have been held to discuss new or little known phases of a sport's technicalitiesg an officials, club was organized to improve the caliber of officiatingg and many purely recreational activities were introduced to play their part in helping the overflow of students now on campus to get more out of college life at Illinois. Dr. Hartley Price, back at his old post of Intramural Director, together with Senior Managers john Hull and Robert Mueller, has mapped a long range program for even greater expansion than in 1946, which saw over 6,000 students take part in 26 sports and other recreational events. 5 Robert Mueller john Hull Senior Managers SOPHOMORE MANAGERS Top Rauf: Kretz, Silberman, Eck, Stuebe, Hertenstein Bartow Row: Mcffarthey, Frey, Benjamin, Randall 427 , tif. :ggaf . f Sigma Phi EPSUQH, 'lkzfkey Run: Eck, ymznage1g.Rosenstein and Billow, Pbi Sigma Sigmaf Spieler co wznner 50551111 C1M"ll7f0'1J Chalk, pep cbazrmany Lieberman, ro-winner Tap Row: Phillips, Baird, Galbreath, Eck, XVasliewski, Pickens, Schroeder Borrow Raw: Moore, Allen, Schamyer, Erickson, Sandberg 9 Intramural Trophy Collection, 1946-47 -,,g.9,,,iW,, vw ,X : ?f:fi5L'f" ? FR: 5 Phi Gamma Delta . . OFFICIALS' CLUB Golf Champion! ggzfgngaggwfilglrigg, J5g2f:E5'SrERglln1f2:6, Sggghrgscheri Maseng McCarthey, individual runner-up: Van Auken, 17ltZ'i1f'id1ldl champion, Matter Mueller Bvtlom Row: Smith, Harden, Rotblatt, Marcus, Casentine, Ise INTRAMURAL SPGRTS Many were the innovations brought into the Intra- mural and Recreational Sports program in 1946 to assist in meeting the onslaught of more participants than have ever before registered in IMREC activities. To further the cause of fair play and good sports- manship, which operate under a decided strain when the competition increases four to six-fold, as it did this year, a travelling sportsmanship trophy was instituted. The team that has had the trophy in its possession for the most times over a two-year period - the right to possession being determined by a poll of the oppon- ents of each team at the close of each sport's season- will gain permanent ownership. This trophy proved a valuable incentive, and examples of bad sportsman- ship were at a minimum during the year. The Intramural Officials' Association was organized in 1946, with a membership of over thirty members, to assure uniform ofliciating in all the Intramural con- tests. This club met often, discussed the rules of the various sports, and monitored all games in the major sports. The newly organized Rules Clinics did its part in helping the officials in their duties and in fostering good sportsmanship. Before each team tournament was to begin, the Intramural Department sponsored dis- cussion and demonstration groups to acquaint all par- ticipants with recent rule changes. IMREC, in conjunction with The Daily Illini, also carried out even further the pre-war All-Star selec- tions, awarding certificates of merit to athletes in Fall and Spring softball, football, volleyball and basket- ball. Coeducational activities were rejuvenated in the fall of 1946, as IMREC came out of war-time dormancy. The revival of the annual turkey run, in which each sorority and organized women's residence hall is repre- sented by men from the various men's houses, was won by Phi Sigma Sigma, for whom Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity ran. Mixed gymnastic activities and splash parties were also planned and carried out successfully. The fruits of months of planning among members of the various branches of the University, Medical, Illinois, Navy Pier and Galesburg, was scheduled to be reaped at the first annual MING Festival, April 5, when trophies were awarded to the winners of Intra- mural Tournaments for the year and when the champ- ions of the various branches of the University of Illi- nois met for the All-University titles. 429' INTRAMURAL SPORTS SPRING SEMESTER: Golf I Handball Singles ............ Lynchnlndependeiit Singles ................. Krulewitch, Phi Epsilon Pi Team ""' """"""""" P h1Delta Them Doubles Lewinthal-Krulewitch, Phi Epsilon Pi Howesboes T 171 T ' Singles .................... Grigby, Phi Delta Theta Singles. 1 iflziman Zeta Beta Tau Doubles ........ Silberman-Leighton, Phi Delta Theta Doubles ..... .... A flann-Freernan, Zeta Beta Tau Saftball Bawhninton Gym Annex Singles ............ Remmler, Independent I , Doubles .......... Grafton-Doyle, Zeta Psi Oufdom TMC? ' Phi Kappa Psi Free Tlorofw Tau Delta Phi FALL SEMESTER: lflfflff Tmlfk. Softball 1 appa S1 Sigma Phi Epsilon B l' Wate1'P0l0 ym nnex Delta Phi Golf Singles .... ..... V anAulcen, Phi Gamma Delta Signlavgsfgfgggsilon Team .... ................ P hi Gamma Delta Bm-lgefbgll Turkey Run Kappa Sigma Sigma Sfwinnning I Bowling Beta Theta Pi Gym Annex Wrestling . Badvnznton Delta Tau Delta Singles ............... ............ H ouse, Sigma Nu Tennis Singles ..... ........ J ohnston, Sigma Alpha Epsilon SP0l'f57"W15l9iP T"0P1f'9' Doubles ........ 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Thomas Wiley, Roy Smith, Trent Knepper ALPHA CHI RHCD PHI KAPPA CHAPTER 311 EAST ARMORY 'W fl PAN is I Ng. 23.29 ,gf .1 'Xt . .Q N- .xi ' it eww: 437 Top Raw.: Gould Morehead, Russell Wolfe, Dwight l.:iiinicr, Richard Tyson, Burton Schmidt, Royal Smith, Glen Frazier, Dewitt Lane, William Helms, Robert Patrick, Harold Tyson, Gerald Anderson Third Row: John Desmond, Hazen Dean, Kent Hobart, Hariaer Abbott, Robert McMillan, Herbert Shaner, John Hill, Edward McBroom, Thomas Henderson, Norman Lil ibridge, Joseph Wlall, Roger Sabo Secarmf Row: Rollin Tomberlin, Traver Tomberlin, Edwin Vause, Eugene Davis, Oliver Johnson, Robert Filbey, Richard Twist, Edson Murray, Charles Preston, Creed Tucker Boltom Row: Robert Twist, Donald DeVogelaere, William Gries, Robert Bennett, Robert Graham, William Kesler, Robert Kesler, Javier Urquiaga, Charles Potter, Philip Hartman, Stanley Lee, John Keeney Noi in Pfmel: Norman Meyer, Robert Meyer, Jessie Dowell ALPHA DELTA PHI if , Y 5 12332, ,,,i 438 . 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Alvin Park, Malcolm Clark, Bud Casella, Donald Shuman, Lloyd McCleary, Wayne Varland, Ralph ll-Iartshorn, William Eygabroad, Robert Williams, Gilford Hennager, Robert Reid, Robert Bohon, Ruth Blansett, john Kromrey Second Row: David Keeling, Walter Karkow, Carl Johnson, Ralph Kelly, James O'Neal. Thomas Roder, Glen Bruce, Russ Kauffman, james Wolter, Gene Cady, Duane Wenderoth, Dan Handlin, Harlan johnson, james Wetzel, Ward Schalfer, jack Dunley Ballam Row: Richard Anderson, David Hauck, Hamilton Riddle, Donald Dickey, Leo Green, Bud Crauer, james Power, Robert Root, Bernard Rogers, Bert Kelly, Edgar Carpenter, Harold Hull, Robert Karkow, james Sanders, Gene Hurless Not in Panel: john Bonnet, Albert Carpenter, William Brannon, William Downs, Arthur Price, Richard Rodemacker, Roy Ross, Sam Smith, jack Swaim, Phillip Watt, Douglas Weitzel, Donald Dugan, Charles Spaeth, George Perbix ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA GAMMA CHAPTER 401 EAST DANIEI. 'fW"5af CSX ,sv-'gint' if- x ' 95, wig"-',1.F"'.g,f' 441 Top Row: james Garcia, james Moody, Elon Calahan, William Franklin, Nathaniel Johnson Third Row: Plato jones, Herbet Jones, Roland Stewart, Elihu Scott, William jones Second Row: Paul Scott, Charles Pinkston, Robert Claybrooks, Robert Stone, Claybon Jones, Carl Smith Bottom Row: Benjamin Duster, Charles Duster, Laurence Young, Kidd Moore, Charles Gaines, Emmett Bashful Not in Panel: Emmett Sims, james Seaberry, Harvey Alexander, Mason Wilkes, Homer Chavis, Richard Overbey, David Snyder, Frank Smith, Robert Norwood, Randle Pollard, William Stewart, Donald Haley ALPHA PHI ALPHA V.-1 1 x +41 i i --I-..-V 777. W, . , W WW, l -.T- . ., WY, .. , ,.,., I , , 7. -. .K 1. 3 a' I ,.f, 1,,,., , W., ,,,,,,,.,,., Q t, W ,J Q- :rar L., .,,, ., , . ,WYY7 ,- ,,,.,.7,.- -l,.,,,,,, -.l -fig: .4 ,,,, ' '--.-.5331 T017 Row: Joseph Lapaglia, John Rubinelli, Pelayo Llarena, Don Brooks-Miller, jim Wallace, Maurice Des Marias, John Thompson, john Geiger, Wallace jobusch, Tony Kampf, Dean Robinson Tlaird Row: Henry En an, Warren Sehwulst, William Dowling, jack Wood, Norman Grewe, Otto Lentz, Miles Brown, Geralcf Perkins, Richard Albyn Second Row: Chas. Walters, Ned Fischer, Robert Steuerwald, Luke Vortman, john Guyer, Paul Brandt, Harold Kolb, Al Springman, Howard Schroeder, Charles Rubinelli Bottom Raw: Walter Brooks, Dean Porter, Robert Celander, Edward Zagorski, john Geister, Franz Szymanski, Kenneth Koehler, Allen Karl, Robert Flint No! in Panel: Willis Snow Axmmrlos Ci-IAPTER 1108 SoL"rH FIRST w 0 'S mga-.4.u..,...........f- ,. , , A, ,.., ,. , Q- A .v .:- pp' X". ,vs 1,13 3.17 IXJ yi V,-f. r-W. fr A, if I -Y ' 4 W, -My .Q 1353? .. .7 3. 1 ,g ' A Q, re l A mf H 443 Top Row: Edward jaacks, james Tabaka, James Oldfield, Roger Spiegler, Chester Podosek, james Pratt, Robert Lang, Richard Einbecker, Robley Evans, William Mosher, Richard Hogan, joseph Ribordy, jay Cristy, George Hager, Donald Bertossa, john Lewis Third Row: Neal Hennegan, john Barr, Samuel Stotlar, Francis Paluck, Francis Barenbrugge, Richard Irwin, Donald Thompson, Jack Glendenin , Paul Weller, Robert Freeland, George May, Lyman johnson, Wendell Tozer, jack Stillwaugh, Robert Hognann, Roy Koepke, jack Caveney, Mi ton Aexander i Second Row: Warren Mitchell, Dale Dickson, Paul Sutcliffe, Richard Barnes, Thomas Campbell, William Hall, Eugene Karl, Mrs. june Polk, William Terry, Robert Toomey, Richard McLean, Edward Russell, Glen Stice, Edward Karl, Eugene Howard Battom Row: Ralph Swan, Edward Reid, ohn Devine, john Thornton, William Keyser, Arthur Curme, Paul Veatch, Paul Drews, Howard Bogash, ames Kennedy, Gordon Boyd, Lawrence Witherspoon, Werner HOH- man, Gregory Curme, William Elliott, Richard Gerrity, james Stice, William Hanft Nat in Panel: Raymond Hoglund, Frank Worack, Archie McCorvie, Donald Porter, Thomas Isaacs, Bert Miller. Glenn Booker, Alfred St. Pierre, Alfred Thoman, Louis Levanti, Glen Bachmann, Al johnpeter, Howard Santer, joseph David ALP'ii,5'S2Mff5 PH' F .Wi :S f.--:emggif 1-1 X51 ,lf 53252777 ' L .' 444 ff?-iiailfl' .gi X Xb of ,ffm f1':,I.fl if.. ., l r lt" '- r ,L , is ,. if 1- ,N w.,,.-.gr 1,1 - . -I rL':..' fr' Y' . '- ivfrf.-' f1' .5i.g 1 ,i X .xv L. V' " ' ' For ,izifflrfawfes l.,..-.,...s ,-,--.., -r i,L...l-. lmcmc- ,,.. ,.,---,, i l l l.,.-,,,,?,...,,,a,. l s,.r..a----,..-M. T.,,....w-,-Y,.,--..L E... .f ,, ,g :.l.,,--. ., ,f'53:. f-'J ' I1 Er-222 esil Ltr, L ' ' ' in: 3,2- L . 1 l i Q l if l". 4 5. 5, ga, 3 , lx. I I , 1 f 5 i c , V . ..,., ,-v.',.F.', rl J T.,-...,,--..,.,.-, gl?---.rv-....a..1,.... Zu.-..W.7...t,,-., -Q L.. mi--F. v Y-- ..-EZ ,i ,R 1 1.,.,..,.....,. , -cc I. mmm, l J l r 4 '1 4 PB... 1 ,,,.l.. s,.-,-.-.,.....-,... ,..-.e.,,- -wt -Y..,... i 3--' --A-L -Y ---4- 1 i l"s""-"W" "" " ' ,'-"'-'Q- ' - J My 4 'N ' f W. 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Robert Kersey, Herman Hertenstein, Robert Chisolm, Robert Simonds, Donald Qlsen, lohn Karns, David Moffet, Nicholas Woolard, john Haulenbeek, Donald Scherwat, john Davis, Lawrence Eadyllalglglames Doster, Ralph Creasman, Lewis Dunn, Clarence Zermer, Donald Brennan, Ernest Nelson, ran rn cyer 'M' Third Row: William Mitchell, William Behling, Donald Robertson, David 'M3llCI, Gordon Anderson Richavrd Hughes, Dale Sheldon. William Stoneberg, Robert Ruskamp, jefferson Grller, jack Logan, David Vaughan, ---- , Henry Hahn, MacDonald Henderson, john Knodell, Peter johnson, Stephen Worland, john Twomey, Walter QQ V Volkmann fl , fr H Suomi Row: Paul Peabody, Donald Barrick, Dann Wood, Robert Spangler, Donald Scheid, Karl Schneider, r E07 ,I Orrin Benjamin, Ilohn Blaker, Hal Craig, Thomas Crews, Robert Dickey, Norman Wells, Wesley Hardin. Wat, lgobfgrt glffmite, Aexander MacPherson, Richard Meinke, Robert Barrick, john Simpson, Stewart Daniels, rr n eson I i""""j!1 f Bottom Row: Rodne Miller, Edward Mountz, Harry Andersen, William Schnirrinig, john Bradley, Carl Dieck- r ik 4145 mann, Bertil Ericlirson, Vern Echols, Jerald Russ, Roger Stankey, Burdette Thur by, Milford Schueler, Robert ,.,. f - Heath, Stephen Stoddard, Henry Beall, Richard E. Ehrhardt, Robert Turner, Harry Lmdahl ,V Not in Panel: Robert Clark, Walton Kirk, Richard Allen, Donald Birks, john Hahn, Karl Hilgendorf, Gordon X Hoke, Hilmer Landholt, Edward Lennon, Carl Meyer, Arthur Nieve, William Sanders, john Soldwedel, Robert Steifens, Adrian Wells, Nathan Corwith, Nathaniel Gray, Ernest Moore, Thomas Schulte AL'i1'1!Q,,f!Q!W,, ,QMEGA r '- c ...X-'tif ,r mf' .YI 1 A-H---Wifi: 1 V 7 '::Fg.im,r.,"f , - ,. g,..ig,,1,q 5 ,.,.,., 551' yr ay, Y ,,,, ,,,,,,,,i ,, if ,. ,AQ 2: ,545-,-:DQ 53.51 TY i- -Eil . 3255 f5fiEfT"2 I "Zi ,fl-Bw-i 'f,'f'.rfz J , 12.212 ,Y -gi i ' H315 5531522 ' -' , :Eff 4, 'Z'-Sf.-41' 1.541 .., g., 35,3241--'4g1"c-in 'iiEQ,i5fyi:i' f,Eir 'NZ' , ar.,-rw 4 rs. , -My .- Zrrrk' .!.",1',-'il' I 5 r 1 I 5,4 V4 .Y .YH ',..-.-...'- 3 9' M- sf Q,x'p ?e.H :ff-, 5, :ff tr 1 ' 7' 1' is 'E it ,-'nfl - ., l 11" r 0 " n , sf ' F 7, - 0 naw' 445 9 E i Tap Raw: Robert Albiez, lames Evans, John Gray, Lloyd Moore, John jones, George Thorson, Robert Ruff, Richard Lawler, Gordon Johnson. John Christiansen, Donald Stewart, David Bristow, James Platt, james Andrews, Henry jones, Charles Andrews, Ben Horton, Warren Ely, Addison Goodell Third Row: Robert Schaeffer, Edward Gumplo, Robert Nelson, David Griffin, Robert Hahn,.Thomas Halpin, Richard Mertz, Robert Lane, Walter Drew, Lawrence Gage, Thomas Koritz, William Erwin, George Platt, James Gallavin, Loren Aufdenkamp, Willis Elliott, William Johnston Semna' Row: John Stables, James Link, Wesley Kessler, Mike MacLean, Gene Netherton, William Buckley, Robert Bitzer, Kenneth Cowser, James Bresee, Herbert Wickendon. Robert Franklin, Frederick Reimers Baitom Row: Charles Anderson, Keith Knott, Roger Drew, James Countryman, Ray Troxell, Lee Hinnen, George McBride, David Brown, Gene johnson, Wfilliam james No! in Panel: William Keifer, james FitzPatrick SIGMA Rr-xo CHAPTER 202 EAST DAN1151. we . R135 E fn? a 1 i l ,-1""' 5 fl A Qjyfixmx tl gffikfii 1ggg,g.2r-i.R, L.. A 3. 1 tri-me ' ,. 1 xi -iz., - ,a ,,,..,. ilari , , 1'-'WW V- ! 1 4 1 l A s'f1f5':z'1" pl mmf- A' HE- i i t ' ' Q.: -' L 3 Z ' ... , 7 ia ' x l-1: w,-'Jil v, W.. qc, , 1.-.- 5..- ?' Thi I ,.-...., i...ee l LL-.. i ,,....e., -.. 1 In l J Hi "" 5 -HANWU--1' 446 1:29 be 1 Elf cc so Li.- ,,,,, , , ,,, ,.,,. Y W-L.. YYYY , ern, , . ...,,., . . , ,nw I l.- rg, ,- ,-, f ' .K ., --f7.nJ. .. L 1,:.,w ..-f, ' W mmewfisrikucix-mer Top Raw: Bill Banister, john Cuthbertson, R. Hart, George McTaggert, Edward Bourke, Lester Teachout, John Knobloch, Richard jones, Robert Reitz, Herbert Holt, Carl Pempek, Robert Berg, Bernard Christiansen, Blaine Barnes, Walter Rietz Third Row: Frank Coleck, John Hug, james Kearns, William Thompson, George Hammersmith, James Lee. Robert Mersbach, Richard Bugelski, Robert Kearns, Mason Wallace, Charles Studt, Neil Foster, Charles Kane Second Row: Earl Wolf, Robert Leman, Leonard johnson, Frederick Foard, David Fischer, Theo Smith, Donald Walker, Edward Matteson, jay Staley, Richard Lopata, james Brooks, Donald Rice Baltom Raw: Theodore Gray, Frederick Marsbach, Theron Bushnell, Eugene Lembo, Robert Malmquist, joseph Tomes, Edward Woleben, William Beach, Mahlon Neal, Herbert Sundmacher Not in Panel: Rz1ymond'DuHamel, George Ruckman, Howard White, james Griffith, john Senneff, Cal Hamil- ton, George Meyer, Michael Pietrzak, james Becker, Richard Tobin SIGMA CHAPTER 303 EAST CH.-KLMERS , , Vfiie fg ff' f ' alffx-G W ""i W t ffifiifg ' 447 Top Row: John Kraeger, Samuel Denton, Thomas Moffett, Gordon Graham, Robert Gifford George Dickson, Robert Speckmen, Thomas Taylor, Herbert Beck, Scott Shelton, Gene Saalwaechter, Donald Knorr, Richard Zieman, Alpaslan Reyhan, George Bargh, George McGehee, George Stubbletield Third Row: William Preble, Richard Schoenberger, Richard Hauptlleisch, Donald Bowman, William Creason, Gerald Cleary, John Regnell, William Lauth, Thomas Hurysz, Frank Huffman, Paul Kaiser, Charles Noth, Harry Keeley, Harvey Bunke, Robert Lembkey, Earl Dieken Second Row: Charles Becken, Merrill Butler, Richard Divilbiss, James Ward, Charles Ohlsen, Donald Hoyt, William Muchow, William Nelson, Eugene Ice, Robert Forsythe, Ralph Porter, Spencer Watkins, George Wescott, Harold Lund Botzom Row: Henry James, Ralph McGraw, Richard Halleman, Donald Oliver, Philip Lembkey, John Divilhiss, Albert Becken, Arthur Hecker, Eugene Hoadley, Richard Harvey, Jay Torrey, Edwin Roberts Na: in Panel: Carl Freedlund, John Gill, Stanley Iverson, Joseph Patrovsky, Herbert Schultz, John Stephenson, Richard Johnson, William Sayre, James Stout, Raymond Benson ALPHA ZETA DELTA CHAPTER 912 SOUTH SECOND STREET ' J 5495-5" f , ea ,Qt Qu ,ey I -5,63 tl 'Qc' H549 .f,f'7'i'1-, A214 marks. T lt? . 6 " 'git ,it 448 ,. Tap Row: Cevdet Erzen, Keith Rabinov, Necati Akcaglilar, Dogan Akad, jean Picard, Mazzaffer Gocek Peter Petko ff Third Row: Emin Ozgor, Udom Bhasavaniclm, Svleyman Ustun, John Kiriakos, Farough Farman-FarmaIan Ray , , mond Laschober, William Eng Vffvf, ,Z Serorlgd Rqw: Wallace Kagawa, Emmanuel Vergara, Albert Gopaul, Alvaro Martinez, Frank Machala Eduardo , , ' , azmmo M -L. Bottom Raw: Inocentc Moreno, Raoul Weil, Mehmet Atamer, Emmett Shintani, Rowell Debysingh It -I Not in Panel: David Amado, joseph Brankey, Peter Plaut, Chi-Yu Tang, Steve Ivancevich 'tg' , f cQS.-, . ' E ,w,,,, A, 7 ll L WL 55.1 E r COSMOPOLITAN ILLINOIS CHAPTER 605 EAST DANIEL ,X N1 f- 5 ,-', Ip-.fri B, ' '. ' QI,-fl , gulf-'l 'Mi f . ,wx- . H. i , . -"C"':s5s - qm - --:ur .J.1"!'f,I-Self i4,,:'i,f:3f1:fn?jp7' In, gy ,fu 5 We? P Xw Q fx g.'Vu-,tis LEP. 'Ia-'WPQ ru Q! st In. G , fl -'-. UT- A 4, l -Xml-. Inga? .:35.r , 3: if -Q, -as--gt. , , lfiffi Tap Raw: Gene Swenson, Melvin Beagle, Robert Konigsfelcl, Warren Knowles, Richard Powers, Frank Mallek. Dan Snyder, Donald Coleman, Dean Wilson, Walter Sturm, Karl Reinke, Robert Wollbrmck Third Row: Earl Bixby, Robert Sternlolf, Lynn Rowells, John Spencer, Richard Fahlstrom, Richard Archibald, Robert Jensen, john Sanderson, Travis Freeman, Ernest Hepp, Haynes Bebout Serom1'.Row.' Charles Camillo, Robert Waters, Arnold Johnson, Richard Dolan, 1. T. Arenberg, Robert Cline, Olin Wetzel, Alvin Quinn, Edward Mueller, William Malatesta, William Thompson, Roy Massey Bottom Raw: Frank Deitz, Calvin Agger, Robert Walsh, John Lindemann, Paul Braner, Lorin Lossau, Jr., james Whitlock, Martin Benham, Theodore Samuelson, Harry Ward No! in Panel: Gene Hansen, Jack Peters ILuNo1s CHAPTER 1111 SOUTH FIRST EF., i TOP Row: Thomas Hostetler, Richard Alberts, George Bailey, john Smith, john Eaton, john Wallace, Roy Bowen, Robert Nelson, Robert Macdonald, Harlington Wood, Eugene Ryan, Mabbett Reckord, Russel Olson, Franklin Hartzell, Frederick Spurgeon Third Raw: Orrin Wolf, Marvin Eaton, john Penn, Willard Shoemaker, Frederic Grossmann, Robert Lowry, William Guernsey, George Mead, Gustave Banthien, Thomas Trafton, Kenneth Ebi, William Merkle, james Savage, john Macdonald Second Raw.'. John Kittermaster, Jerome Hayes, Peter Hamilton, Robert Day, William Edwards, Edward Brown, Roy Davies, Mrs. Orton, Terence jackson, Marshall Ley, Donald Fegles, John Davis, William Winkler Bottom Row: james Lewis, Everett Dalbey, Robert Mohr, john King, Donald Franz, Thomas Barber, Robert glad? .glexander Mackimm, Xllfilliam Welch, Howard Weldon, Bartholomew Hagerty, Charles Rile, Frank ope an N01 in Panel: James Collins, Donald Sommer, Howard Raymond, Frank Hays DELTA KAPPA EPSILON fr? 5' if L I 5 fl' firilfeafya A , 1?-1 - 'lf fi if gg. K Alf tigf' e SYS 1-,wise - ff - . if 431 Top Row James Tambim Anthony Tangalos William Reece Philip Randall Edvard Glenn Walter Houghton julian Johnson Arthur Wachholz Frank Jordan David King Third Row. Frank Niesen, James Rieke, Robert Borden, Alan Seder, john DeBoiLe, Louis Stuebe, james Sthuetz, Henry Tanton, Robert Groen, Paul Novak Second Row: Samuel Givler, Robert Martin, Howard Feldman, Edward Novak, Roger Bullard, William Bash, Perry Manos, David Nichols, joseph Coffman, Glenwood Tanton Boifom Row: William Anderson, Eugene Hoffman, Robert Novak, Rawley Handbury, Thomas Maher, Wfilbur Gibbs, john Reece, William Heise, john Manos, Harry Lashmet N01 in Panel: Paul Mooney, Lyle Button, Robert Hamilton, Hurshal Tummelson, Joseph Lynch, Alfred Hebner, Lawrence Berbaum, Stanley Burnham, Albert Jacobson, Wilfred Nelson TAU CHAPTER 1008 SOUTH FOURTH -R+?-4 '1y,.,...5f fit--2f4L.rQ degli. 1 ii. A of . AT- ' 'i'rfr"" ' :,u,,.k if -will Pai :q:,:g.'ljf,3 r i rf if- ,I I 'L if.:-,f' fv- xxlfffh 5,541 ii Mp' 'tv'-aa 'Hi I I -fha, 452 fi Top Row: Robert Hedgcock, Jack Gordon, james Lash, Willis Masemore, Robert Wakefield, Ron Guild, Tom jones. Al.Bebout, james Wakeneld, David Mellon, Frank Thompson, Warren Gustafson, Armour Titus, Dale Phillips, Louis Ublier- Third Royn. Robert Cryder, Mac Maupin, Jack Stocker, Robert Curran, William Kiss., William King, Edward llgudrxcllsi, Bud Rasmussen, Robert Kirkwood, Carl Falk, Al Hermanson, Harry Zerebniak, William Mattheessen, ran umars .Yerom!4Rou'.' Wilson Smith, jack Greene, Richard Gary, James Murray, Larry Kiss, Dr. J. F. Bell, John Macauley, Keith Hutson, Luke Wilkes, Howard Scott, Ed Dyer, Donald Radcliffe Ballom Row: Frank Somers, Mel Peterson. George Wear, Charles Grenko, Harry Obarski, Robert Corbridge, Robert Galt, Chandler Smith, George Taylor Not in Panel: john Eberly, Kenneth Moore, Robert Gilmore, Harry Fries, Arthur XVitthoeHt, Norman Anthonisen, Glenn Mann, Richard Harms, Warren Brunke DELTA SIGMA PHI aw sz i rl , Axe, K Q ,ii kj Top Row: john Cavanaugh, John Patterson, William Tamminga, Robert Swan, Edwin Howell, James Gardiner, Eugene Hopkins, Charles Roos, William Reilly, Richard Bairstow, William Amling, Robert Slyder, jack Hartzell, Andrew Phillip, Ernest Pool, Julius Rykovich, Warren Sullivan, Robert Schaefer, Donald Vail, Eenyon Eweedell, Glen Yankee, Edward Riehle, Samuel Young, Owen Anderson, Roger Derrough, Tom avanaug Third Raw: William Krall, John McClow, John Farley, Walter Linzing, Louis Moutz, Martin Bleeker, Donald Unteed, john Allexan, Donald Hosch, Robert Ferris, john Roos, Richard Listug, Donald Sangdahl, Leslie Brand, Louis Denoyer, Edward Smithers, Charles Urban, Hubert Johnson, john Hamilton, Samuel Edgerton, Houston Meyer, Robert Dageforde, Richard Peeples, Donald Schaller Second Row: Roger Tobin, William Gothard, Alfred Smith, William Dallenbach, Lee Berry, James Crowley. Dewey Dearing, James Thompson, Don Miles, Harold Workman, Robert Pearson, Donald Pearson, Edward Lamm, Roy Meurisse, Calvin Vogel, Daniel Melrose, William Luedeka Boiiom Raw: William Peeples, Robert Newell, Harry Hall, Albert Hall, Richard Faville, XVilliam Kmutheim, james Kyndberg, Richard Kruse, Charles Thorsen, Harry Anderson, Robert Clapp, Howard Walker, Murney Lazier, William Bairstow, David Howell, Philip Dierstein Not in Panel: james Brown, Herbert Carten, Roger Downs, Morris Durham, Dale Fagan. Allan Goodman, Harold Hallstrom, James Hoekstra, Owen Ooms, Ralph Serpico, Dudley Simpson, Clifton Smith, Donald Wernicke, Robert Whitfield, Richard Ramey V DELlM5U,,QE,LTA " ' mi m i" ' V - ' ifffffvc A Qfifa Wi' 454 ffm' Top Kami Daniel Stookey, Robert Smith, Tom Bartlett, William Eberle, Bradley Rippel, Daniel Durfee, Eugene Fisher, Chance Hill, Clifford Waibel, john Cairns, William Plunkett, Ray Pierobon Third Row: vgohn Genis, john McKay, George Waxler, Stephen Edwards, Bryant Proctor, John Sn der, Home: DaBoll, illiam Farthing, Elliott Young, Larry Allen, Levon Biolchin, Howard Bailie, John Muclige Second Row: Fred Schieb, Robert Gerometta, William Kolens, james Buchanan, John Whisenand, Franklin Kissinger, Edward Hardesty, Nels Soderholm, William Everham, Eben Cleveland, james Cossitt, Willard Avery, George DeWolf Botlom Row: Paul Cation, David McKay, Winslow Vebel, john Harney, Robert Stauder, james McKay, Edward Scranton, Raymond Deist, Charles Carll, john Grable, Ralph Riggs, Robert Reedy DELTA UPSILCDN l I o l gf IO, Q7 MQHQ I ,Nw ,Q Top Row: Ralph Drnlle, Elmer Olson, Leland Wright, Rahzh Burnett, Willard Thornburgh, Wendell Bowers, Lohn Sichuett, Robert Vogen, Charles Finley, Fred Sli e, Zealy Holmes, William Bettenhausen, William umwa t Tbira' Row: john Wallace, Rolf Vogen, Howard Hextell, Charles Reimer, Ronald Elliott, Warren Berner, Robert Mulch, Gene Mitchell, Kent Ryan, Kenneth Gorden, Robert Brandes Swarm' Row: Ralph johnson, Robert Thompson, Paul Finkenbinder, Roger Hemken, Harold Wallace, Fred Francis, Stanley Terrill, Cecil Smith, Marvin Clark, Dale Liable, Ronald George, Wilbur Robertson, Ernest Stevenson Ballom Row: Russell Farley, John Abbott, William Phelps, Howard Hedtke, Philip Edgerley, Estel Neff, Harold Guither, John Wright, Keith Robertson, Richard Allen, Paul Vogen Not in Panel: Keith Vogen, John Hahn ILLINOIS CHAPTER 809 VVEST PENNSYLVANIA 1 . . iff 9 Hg, ,Ti W1 'g,,":.,,' .f 'j .Q 456 I I -i ,,.u.bx , ff 1 'llD7E' "- I A-5172. ,Pug l J 4 Mx ,I ly . it K N ef' ,WJ " 1 Qi:-354 I Fix at ii W Ma? Y, A if' Top Row: David jones, Rueben Huff, james McCray, Frederick Ford, Paul Grisham, Fred Crockett, Harry Davis Third Row: Ralph Turner, Robert LaRue, Emmett Ingram, Isaiah Owens, Philip Turner, XVilliam Cousins George Wlalker Serona' Row: Edgar Shancls, john McWells, Charles Nesby, Ramon Rivera, Ralph Hines, joseph Mitchell. Bert Piggott, john Branion, Richard Younge, joel Cochrell, Paul Daniels, Forrest Cox, Daniel Ashby, Marion Mayo, Earl Neal Bottom Row: William Alexander, joseph Watson, NVilliam Brown, Leslie Bond, Edward Cruzat, Zedrick Braden, Masco Young, Robert Nolen, Lucian Garrett NotgIr1lPfmel.' Paul Patterson, Wfilbut Tuggle, joseph Kimbrough, XVelton Taylor, Theodore Robinson,iCecil e son KAPPAM ALPHA PSI ..,w-.?, ,e....,.-,........,..- ., Y -4 Q . k , .Dir - -.,l I . ,l. . T-Q, 2 J LL' ly. i- - 1 , ,l i ! iynri K. f in-.J . ,Tim F.-Ml 's , -A ..,., ,,,,,, , ' ,:- "l " "n'.i'L-.i."l.i"l.-5' lg iff' EW it . ,of -1 my Q if R24 Q5 fl 457 Top Row: Denny Engnehl, Phillip James, Ted Anderson, Ed Francetic, George Wright, William Dent, John Hughes, Robert Eby, Phillip Simmons, John Jones, Alfred Zorn, William Smith Third Rauu' Richard Hercher, Leonard Andler. Harold Lueder, Harold Jacobs, Donald Lindstrom, Robert Nettnin, LeRoy Latall, Robert Schlesinger. Edward Rechel, William Buechner, Norbert Giese Serom! Row: .Hubert Blazina, Junior Charley, Milton Tauchen, jose h Murphy, Edward Graham, Harry Elder, Charles Baile, LeRoy Vranek, Joseph Cicciarelli, Albert Appuhn, jzseph Grove Banonz Rauf: Richard De Witt, john Loprieno, Stuart Helffrich, Russell Miles, William Herzstock, Jerome Wachter, james Humphreys, Paul Dunn, Robert Fleischer Noi in Panel: james Austin, Don Coleman, Clarence Dunn, Joseph Husted, John Ross, Charles Sechrest, Charles Schmidt, Wlilliam Bettcher, Fred jnhn, Chester Gawlik KAPPAy DELTA RHO , i "" 7' V , lf .fi f19F"f.i. of f I is In 4 'J,i'i . H fifk' f ..,A, . .,,. M 4 -W ww, .srgzmil f? f :.y,,,1...n.,.. , 4- J i l i nf.. l l 4 F., ,A,.,.. 4 ',,,, ,. ...C A fr i T 1 , ,., . ,..,., I , i f.-,,,,i . is ,...,.C,C i 6 I.. A 4 immwsi im,,,,- 2 Kff.Q'jIQ. ljgjgfjg A Lui s l-..s,.,, 1 5 T.......,... 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Dan Smith, Raymond Dahlgren, George Fisher, Paul Schipfer, Eldon Marquardt, Clayton Davis, Robert Pilkington, Bill Slater, Richard Black Second Raw: john Meyer. Vernon Lewis, rlohn Edyvards. Melvin Randoll, Robert Falkenstein. Richard Abbot. Thomas Chamberlain, Turney Buck, Ma colm Hill, john Manson, Richard Usborne, Kenneth Rowe, Richard Hoover, james Fverhart. XVilsnn Harris Bolfrmz Rnrr: Robert Lane, Glen Kriefc, Jack McQuillan, Jordan Hauss, Edwin McClean. Richard Everhart, Warren Baldrrdge, Fred Berry, Wiliam Frazier, john McDonald, James Reeves, james Lewis Nat in Panel-.' Harold Ames, Lee Bransforcl, Bruce Brcnneman, Clayton Cole, XVillis Culberson, Frederick King, Lester Miller, XVendell Zemina .'lsl.PllA GAMMA Cll.'Xl"l'El! 212 l'lAS'l' DANIEL STREET ,Gia ., ,,4,p'?g,-,fy,. f ', 4 XS' . ,f 31 u 3' I .' i A 'J is fl 'Q , Q-V 1 459 Tap Row: Donald Olander, Robert Matson, Harlow Staley, Tom Thompson, Richard Seehausen, Albert Hoover, 1, , 'V .- Richard Klein, Robert Wenzlaff, Ross Herr, Stanlev Roszkowski ., V , L :'!'2' E-.5 1- '- ElJ ' ?f'l ,ilififr 51 13 7jll.Q,f 1:g-'f'T'fj- 1 -it g, Q14 ' 1i2.f,i3fi-Fl ,.'Ql..,....L. ill ' 1,2-A.. - Fw-:,'--,-,- If 1 i'wf'if,fmi i,.,,..,.rD.,.I , Li, M.,,,,,,r 'Third Row: Richard Weiman. Walter Hotz, joseph Hayes, George Dupre, Carl Schacht, Hal Wilson, james -,,1,,.,..,.., Mingec, Robert Moore, Sidney Wood, Donald Miller, William Joynt 11- . I l., . A ll' Secrnm' Raw: Robert Pollock, John Pina, jack Wallace, George Reihmer, james Roberts, William Dahlquist, if ,...l....--.- H'-'JW ,v Earle Martin, joseph Drabek, LeRoy Frey rm .g-g, , - W,--,4- 1.-,l V , t Ballon: Row: Burton Carter, Robert Fietsam, Ralph Smykal, james Foreman, Donald Grim Jar: : . Nor in Primal: Conrad Kozlicki, Wlilliam Schoenherr Q ,gi 1' -' 1 . ,i ,. ,,., . gal' 1, : - F. ,:.y' ' Q .zxa i .HV , 93513:-af' - . f LAMBDA CHI ALPHA fl, ,M ,, ,M :J - -51.1. 1. ,, ,Q ,- fit--'iizi' 6:11-if: -iv 1:11 1 if f " "1 , ,L.,..N..-,,..-...v.., . .,.,..,..1i,-..,..-..-...-Y- iw i r l ' a l 1 I 1- 4 il f a ' l- l , l i , i l l f' J i 1, yi K.-+--..A.-.l-..A.. rygg ' l . . 5- 1 z ,9 l 1 i yr E... CHI ZETA CHAPTER 209 EAST ARMORY rf, , ' 531LLM,-:'fg'-'!'r?Qil'j-'3.3' fag? ,' ,.. a?:5g3,5'13:jv:w,, jigisyi ,W-l-,.: -- 3-1, - 1 , 'a :E .9 ' - '22-W' 'lv ,-1' 2 "5" .- K- .- ' iggireffie -W -If lr-,,'.,,,:1.1'1. 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Paul McCreery, Charles Sagle, Edward I-Iegeler, Lawrence Minalga, Alfred Parfitt, Thomas Hartley, Elver Wulf, Robert Holmes, George Pilkenton, Charles Pollard, Robert Miller, john Senger Third Row: Robert Hill, Kenneth Siegel, David Bailey, Newton Krabbe, Howard Baughman, Robert Parkhill, Russell Stephens, john Picken, Philip Dadant, james Sheldon, Morris Leighton, Paul Watt, Frank Murphy, William Barker, William Back, Richard Mullen, Elmer Huss, Arthur Dufelmeier, joseph Wfeishar, jack Powell, Alonzo Hunter, Louis Becrold Serond.Row: Peter Blom, Stratton Springer, Walter O'Brien, Richard Snyder, Northam Friese, john McBride, William Ernst, Kenneth Cole, David McBride, Philip Coldwell, Robert- Hughes, Ralph Dady, Clyde Perkins, john Pfetfer, Robert Troup, Donald Welsh, james Ogden, john Cullrnane, john Palm, james Palm Bottom Roux. Louis Mills, Albert Hoss, Wa ne Eberhardt, Will Lewis, Edward Dobbratz, jacob Chambers, john Weiss, Richard Reuhing, Thomas Boswell, Philip Parker, David W0odvu'ard, john Brearley, Hubert Dodds, Leon Sheldahl, jack Chambers, William Brandt, Walter Stumpe Not In Panel: Albert Clubb, Richard Folely, Freeman Lane, Robert Downs, john Hauck, Oral Dold, Lloyd Thompson, james Mays, Howard Randal, Paul Eitel Il.r.ixors Ere. CHAP'rr:R 309 EAST CHAIAIERS i A xt., 1 . P- J Q 3 eww 6"'2se.ff14L 'is If KA Tap Row: Henry Mautner, Robert Gold, Burton Rissman, Paul Leichenger, Robert Postelnek, John Strauss, Lawrence Krulcwitch, Robert Berman, Sanford Lewinthal, Alan Citron, Charles Marcus, Ronald Esserman, Blair Patur, Charles Peters, Lawrence Diamondstone, Alan Steen, Alvin Weinstein Fonrlb Row: Phillip Fleishman, jay Harnick, Alan Caplan, james Hertz, Paul Weiniriger, Lowell Weissman, Robert Pressman, Myron Chapman, Marshall Orlotf, Allan Kantor, Earl Kogen, Sidney Schnrtz, Seymour Greenberg, Samuel Schiff, Robert Green, Gerald Rosenfreld, William Friedman Third Roan' Arthur Blum, Lee Adelson, Mark Goldberg, james Felsenthal, Lester Slavick, Harry Gasson,IMatthew Metzger, Ray Nusinow, Milton Rich, Ralph Gandelman, David Pochis, Monroe Ruekberg, Franklin Feder, Richard Heda, Vernon Caplan, Harold Toppel Sammi Raw: Phillip Levine, Leonard Adler, Herbert Newmark, Sheldon Berman, Lawrence Bcnzuly, Herbert Brandwein, Jerome Goldstein, William Brill, joseph Kahn, Stanley Newman, jerry Braveman, jack Mosnw, Richard Eiseman, XVarren Mendelson, Dan Brusslan Bulmm Row: Lowell Slack, Jerold Greenbaum, Howard Goldsmith, Harold Neer, Don West, Harold Schwartz, Ierome Rosenstone, Bernard Miller, Morris Friend, Herbert Spector, Robert Brandwern, Mayer Weinstein. Merle Samuels, Howard Schultz, Robert Shapiro, Jerome Berkowitz. jack Baras, Norman Chauncey Nor in Pmlel: Robert Broday, Franklin Conn, Lester Dess, Ilerry Epton, Vernon Fitch, Myron Friedlander, Robert Hirsch, Charles Kramer, Maynard Pullman, jules Ritho z, Franklin Sregal, Donald Silvertrust, Irwin Stovroff, Fred Taich, Bernard Weinsteinv Psi Cnarfmn 907 SOUTH THIRD Srnaiar if .4 1 'H tain r rr 5, -., if wt in 'itil ,f -we 129' 1- 46 7 rf1f"f"'- , r 3139 se-of safe' 1-----N --Y, A -A A H .-,-.--..-. L.. -..-.-.L,- - ar Y., -..T , ,ff -W ff 2, 'S u ig XS, 5 f at A A 4:l...l:l..+TN .3.2i,:L- m, ,z,?,f.L,,,.,T,LE..-v 1-V--. K W , 7.5 f7.,.,......-,...., ,,,,v,g,,X-,7,,r,,.,,..r..,.,,,,,,3 ,L ujg' 1- e:.i..e44....,...,..:,- .- ,....e.,-....,..-....'.e....r,.,.u....:.l-.,. L M, ,A-, Q, . ' -ir: ...,,,,-,.,,..,. ,Y W, v ,T ,,,,,v--YE 3 ,, lsffff . vi . .dai s.- , ,,,.. ,..MMM.,--,u,,,,m,.,v,,,,5, , A ll1fQfIQff'Rf"'..'1,-l. 'fl ix if.-1,23 ,',1.4f' ,V .'Z' ' - ' s l -,. .Y,. 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W. ,. ..Q-sammm Q , , aa, , W e , Top Row: William Greene, Robert Beam, Robert Mueller, Stewart Blasier, Ralph Goetz, Robert Faith, Herbert Matter, Donald Maechtle, Robert Cress, Donald Raggio, Melvin Toepke, john Crane, Robert Lowry, Francis Sampson, Milton Helm, Dale Leifheit, Paul Graven Third Row: William White, Carl Christoph, Frank Gougler, john dlones, Francis Cavette, William Young, Robert glfilsog, Robert Eyster, john Watkins, Kenneth Baker, Leonar Knopf, Jack Frank, Thomas Nickel, Ernest urne Second Row: Correll Striegal, john Stevenson, Robert McNeil, Lawrence Whitney, Douglas Helm, David Atkins, Robert McCarthey, David Mills, George Stevens, Bruce Hiser, James Hutchinson, Charles Kritzer, Thomas Bunting, Thomas Cunningham, Richard Haas Bottom Row: Alan Fisk, George Killoren, Robert Herting, Robert Kesel, Clitlord Young, Eugene Bridges, Theodore Himes, Frank Van Auken, Robert Sullan, Frederick Ballantine, Charles Raper, Frank Roberts, William Poust, Stanley Spaeth, David Cunningham, Robert Mosher Not in Panel: john Eckert, Robert Delfenbaugh, Edwin Little, Ralph Gher, Earl Shapland, Otto Randolph PHI GAMMA DELTA ft , X X x 25,34 1 Ar .X --4. .ew-.1 X sy I 4 X XX ff .fz'1'1'is1Tt6f'f , ,, -V ,M A . ,., r .i .1 5. 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Lynham Jones, Richard Laseter, Donald Pearson, Elton Long, Robert Pearson, lE1charci3DeBaugh, David Kramer, Arthur Busboom, john Thiemzrnn, Edward Roderick, Earl Norregaard, rnest arta No! in Panel: John Mackey, Grant Paul, Daniel Schifeling PHI SIGMA KAPPA VF' .J-G., ,x ,r.,-mf-P wa. 1 .,,rPS,A. if f, ,1 .I di. Ai-..i-3-,I .. Zhu...-e..' . ,ggggi wg,-:g.,.,',r ' -u.Q.ezsi....i.pj5.5tv:,,i f' r-'-:va ,f-.r 2,1 "Q-W"-'-'rg-gk:,eg-.a'." " " rf-V f.:,, g .1.,,,,,ri,zxr "r'rfr:E5:q:i1 'sri 3114 :,5'.V'f' .lfrfvfa ff-V Q' - V: :rugs-2' .uf ,912w1Wg'1f,g1f - ' --11 '24 ii ii' . 533 .. ,,-n:,.-..ffv,f', l --E-'.:5,,h, my vp , ,,-.i -'r.-.',v'. gg lr - ,,i. :Lia Q.-5 .,,,3::ff sr- r Q-,,.g Q f I-,5,:,rg.l.g' 3.-- ,cccdvi ,....,. .A,,,,,....,, . '-i-' W --ir r.. Q ,a,,.,. E Q- :HDL,,,:L-,35'rLfL1., 1: :,Y,v.v:.l1xi,l1- fx -5 Zg.',j1., :Y-.-af. N ,I .W '19f.,- wi'I ' ,-Llgf' h 2 f fxgff?Mf. '14 9-1. v:':g'fuv.n ,, " if ,, fx X - - "ff "n. fxx 467 ik 52 S Q an M. 'Jr a Top Row: Wayne Stanford, Richard Schaller, Richard Keller. Wendell Winklemann, Harmon Eveland, William Roush, Harry Casey, Jr., Edward White, Richard O'Hair, james Coe, Roland Carrekcr, jr. Tbirrl Row: Kendall Bates. George Sinclair, Gene Donner, james Wfaters, Charles Fage, Algerd Krudas, Astere Claeyssens, john R. Solin, Harold Callahan, William D. Grumbley Sirafm' Raw: George Berg, Alvern Bonnett, Howard Schwalb, Donald Schertz, jack Endicott, john Munger, Robert Hogg, Jr., Louie Donoho Botzom Raw: Iames Burdett, jr., joseph Morgan, William Sands, Sam Ariola, Carl Roach, Graham Dobbie, William Simon Not in Panel: Duane Maunder, William Mumford, Thomas McCormick Pl KAPPA ALPHA BETA ETA CHAPTER 402 EAST DANIEL STREET n JW ,:,,N3h. 5 ,ggl".H ,' if Q V ' ,nw A Qiwlfi .....L-r im., "'i iffy 468 ....-.....f-'Llama Ali M ., ..l-:dimly , fl Wo ' ,y-, A N, -4 Tap Raya: Ben Fisher, Myron Winer, Victor Trubitt, Paul Bleustein, Herbert Clamage, Morris Ellis, Ronald Weinress, Edward Cohen, Sol Davis, Leo Rudnick, Eugene Roth, Irving Waller, Irwin Price, Norman Berliner, Alan Lapping, Herbert Sterling, Seymour Sacks Third Row: Robert Drucker, Paul Goldstein, Stuart Bonem, Seymour Weinman, Earl Brown, Stanley Sultar, Harold Lonoff, Sande Wische, Norman Kahn, Eugene Gold, Leonard Graivrer, David Follender, Marvin Cooper, Kenneth Freedman, Robert Lourie, Leonard Oppenheimer Serond Row: Phillip Koenig, Robert Reimer, Richard Cardozo, Norman Cohn, Paul Cocose, Malcolm Schoenberg, Wallace Butler, Elliott Weinger, Wally Milstein, Arnold Miller, Isaac Allen, Harlan Schwartzbach Baliom Row: Lester Sadowsky, Marvin Zwillman, Marvin Levinson, Donald Banovitz, William Trubitt, Charles Weisz, Joseph Kaplan, Howard Lehr, Albert Rosenthal, Arnold Lamm, Marvin Reichenstein Not ifr Panel: Marshall Cherkas, Donald Goodkind, Richard Greenberg, Stuart Narrod, Elliott Samuels, Benja- ALPHA ICAPPA CHAPTER 52 EAST ARMORY min Shayman ,a-....,, . to NME 'sr -. W"F-117: rfwfa a :ara-r:"1g:,1f"vf Te' me fzizsfref1-likef35:i'Emif125.fiassrbias 1 dr 1 'I'5:'f2-ml: zzfffraizfil fi-1-' fi: ,ov 469 T011 Rauf: Thomas Davis, Horace Hardif, Fred Zandier, Theodore Ranney, Robert Schmidt, Grant Nelson Robert Lee, jack Stout, Robert Llewel yn, Warren Alcock, jr., Gene McCarthy, Donald Swett Third Raw: Alan Keenan, David Lamoree, Arthur Rodger, Herbert jackson, Charles Cram, William Burriss John Culp, Lawrence Fischer, Alvin Griffm, Kelly Cox, Linell Bock, Gene Kwasniewski Serand Row: James Cunningham. Edward Fischer, Donald Acer, David fiiyle, Franklin Fischer, George Culp, Houston Neeves, Charles Hopkins, Frank Cunningham, Richard Leonar 80110711 Row: William Lee, Thomas Emrick, Thomas Callinan, Leonard Weber, Bruce Macdonald, jack Tallman, james Schmidt, Herman Nebel, Walter Kenyon Noi in Panel: Richard Machamer, Charles Hurter, Ira Abbott, Frederick Fischer Oxncuox CHAPTER 313 EAST .-Xmroux' 4 T .',r'l'i tj, 470 -i,. 1 5. , i. 1, gggffg-5:-5-5.-7gy:eiw'fZ.l ,.1' I E1 ,:,,v W ' H.. . L r l.-. ' 1 lc 1 . u it xv i v"'.Iff' ' l ",.,.-: M' - 5 4. it ,L s W v i , V V! f' i -9 ,l I ' i v fl ,W " 'l , Ulm q 'l " 2 ,mfg . ,, ,ii of-J, "C-i. ' L. l "i" 4 Tl i,. ., '- 'NC Q. V- ff' 3f:.g-, 'YZJEQ if fix- :fri -r S-L' 'f 1.1 is if? i-im -I ,gre 4 it I ,.i. i-. ,,. K QQ: iirfiaffffl alll grim g3'3g41'l2,.' lgcah' nf 5. il sw. F -, 'f-',,v l!':-- g xl ,, , A1 ,L 4 ., , , , ,I I Afi S' . 'vi , .1 1 x 4....eat-1.v.v,-.Gai-.nwr . 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W, r , , , .iimiri-iEiZleLx5uEs 's"Ww:r:, Tap Raw: George Haupt, William Falls, Robert Redfearn, William Bahan, William Augustine, David Morris, Richard Kelly, William Wheelan, Richard Hall, James Warren, Paul Behan, William Huber, games Bryant, Donald Nelson, Jerome Evans, Arthur Tompkins, Jack Cannon, Andy Offenhiser, Edmund Ray urn, Richard Henry, Bud Brown, Jack Langan Third Row: Neal Newton, Jack Johnston, Paul Bradley, Ross Cornwell, Otho Kile, Kay Ross, Budge McCown, John Tarrant, Charles Young, Thomas Bradley, Donald Robinson, Ruppert Borgsmiller, William Snyder, Jack Stevenson, Donald Vollmcr, Charles Clemens, William Buchanan, David Hanson Serond Row: Marce Gonzalez, Robert Menke, George Johnston, Robert Caldwell, Duane Dickinson, Donald ?alSvgll, Stanley Koenig, William Graf, Robert Whitmer, Otho Bartholow, Arthur Lennon, Fred Carrier, ac tto Boltom Row: Fred Sweet, William Tull, Ben Overstreet, Joseph Boynton, Thomas Palmer, Ralph Chaney, William Devor, Harmon Freeto, Robert McClure, Richard Plain, Alby Plain, Bud Chambers Nor in Panel: William Van Leeuwen, Charles Petranoff, Donald Benoist, Robert Casey, Robert Cowan, Charles CUIUS, Jack Dillavou, Charles Dillavou, Fred Green, John Jacobsen, William Koster, Herman Landon, Ray Mathisen, John -Martin, William Madden, William Newcomb, Robert Parker, Alfred Sanford, Scott Smart, Jack SWleyihPhillip Swatek, William Wiley, Jerome Murphy, Robert Simpson, Richard Squires, Bud Walters, ames oo ousc J 5'GM4,,,,Al,EH 5'L0N ri 2: me fray l , T 3 GNL" :al I, .VW 471 T017 Row Arthur Johnson Norman Esserman Ivan Lrppltz Isaac Dolgrnow Sheldon Robln ay Wrlner Sydney Pollack Fred Nagel Martin jams Sanford Jaffe Marvrn Yarmo Armand Lofchre Harol Bernstem Jerome Stern Marvrn Hecht Melvrn Sang Ben Mrgdow Lawrence Wexsberg joe Wress Howard Welnstern Third Row Howard Sachnoff Sherman Wolf Robert Gordon Robert Grayson Marvxn Wrss George Srlverman Harold Lasser Robert Lubrn Herbert Fox Wlllram Karson Allen Zelken Sheldon Rosenthal Joseph Scher Lowell Goldman Burton Goldberg Stanley Louis Alvrn Grossman Alan Orlove Arthur Salk Bruce Clorfene Gelbert Blechman Second Raw Louis Guthmann Robert Margulres julrus Goldberg Norman Bramm Henry Posner Frrtz Cass man Harold Goldstein Harold Paddor Wrllram Mann Aaron Cushman Robert Srlver Arnold Dorfman Wxllram Hamer Paul Klevatt Herbert Rosenthal Stanley Herman Guy Rodrrck Bottom Row Martxn Weber Leo Levras Henry Davis Harold Smrth Clifford Wolper Jerry Cohn Harold Duffy Larry Lazar Perry Goldberg Thomas Kalen Manuel Present Marvln Rogolf Marvxn Spmner SIGMA ALPHA Mu ,. if .ii- Q :,, A ,......Q.f fe, .gu- D l-rf . ff! 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Perry Moss, Russ Steger, George Mullins, Joseph Zearing, Donald White, Charles Armour, John Coburn, William Jensen, Phillip DeCamp, Frank Peterson, Dare Moore, Paul Hamer, Forrest Cothern, Richard Rost, Sam McCollum, James Staton, Warren Ramshaw, Jack Blackman, Austin Marx, Neal Hammon, Benny Tudor Seromf Row: Joseph Crow, Thomas Hemstreet, Gene Fairbank, Jack Bond, William Heiss. Vince Lapham, Bert Hayes, Bert Fitton, 'Gene Wood, John McKinzie, Richard Carlson, Jack Harris, Charles HQTQ, John Treumper, Wfilliam Cnstigan, XVilliam Hayn, Ben Fisher. Joseph Saban, Richard Turnhow, Wi liam Harleman Sonny McCall. liarrom Rows Thomas Hollingsed, Jack Vaniman, Julius Fiebig, Ralph Walton, Lloyd Carnahan, James Leeming, Robert Bills, Georie Herrick, Herbert Rowe, Philisu Stoddard. Chet Trost, Jud Collins, Robert James, Gene Koch, Harold Pric ard, Alan MacDonald. Don Joinson, James Dowling, George Gildncr Na! in Panel: Fred Steers, James Farris, John Hay-good, Robert Haygood, Ken Marlin, Rohert Brown, Mervin Brown, Karl Aron KAPPA Ii.-XPP.-X CHAP'rER 410 lifasr Joim IEY H ,,., Q 3 , .,, it E , 'Dirk z mmm" Q I K ,, 473 Top Row: Edward House, William Harris, John Ross, Fred Good. Ralph Green, George Rumsey, George Martin, Albert Johnson, James Ticer, John Van Duzor, Robert Schaeffer, Bernard Ardisana, john Kanberg, Thomas Czaja, Lee Draper Third Row: Leonard Wilson, James Zemek, james Dolan, Stanley Raney, William Lyman, David Parsons, Thomas Dolan, Louis Agase, John Burmaster, Donald Doerscher, Warren Glenny, Richard White, Vincil Swearmgen, Armen Avedisian, james Allen, Roland Puccetti, Robert Slayman Second Row: -John Holiday, Edward Luse, john Morrisey, George Hughes, William Abraham, Thomas Twitchell, john Czaia, George Wirth, Harry Doty, Donald Rennick, Staff Forbes Boltam Row: jack.Cullinane, Frank Thorne, Albert Meyer, Melvin Cruger, james Kenyon, Richard MacDonald, Earl Odom, William Kastor, William Mallers, Kenneth Doty, John Krebs, Edward Olson, Robert Scanlan No! in Panel: Joseph Bessette, Lester Bingaman, Martin Brubaker, Charles Gilson, Richard Heidinger, Bruce Marshall, Joseph Oberfranc, Charles Price, Donald Doody, Byron Dixon, Carl Ricker, Richard Cashmore, Ladd Faulkner, Cyrus Mayer, Kenneth Menke, William Davis GAMBIA MU CHAPTER 1009 XVEST PENNSYLVANIA 1 ,,V ,g l 1, Q? fivl X l R e , hi X PCR, !.Z"X":v 15 r .fa-,W I Y fl i 474 -H-3 fb-F J t -'5',n" fi:Zl11 'J ii 55' ' 11.3311 .Q " - 1 .- l ,1? A-,. .... ,,-.,.- 1..,,,., , .,... .. i ..,. .'i., A ..v.,g..l,.,,, ,N 4 '1 .. U., . 1- ,A ..,m,.,',.1- ,.,,,,,.- Top Row: Stanley Slazinski, Edwin Witort, Robert Sorensen, Kenton Opperman, Kenneth Hanks Fourth Row: Charles Janke, Clark Marsh, Paige Burbank, George Beresheim, George Reiter, David Simmons Third Row: Herbert Schultz, Earnest Rittenhouse, Melvin Reiter, james Burton, H--fzh Connolly, Kenneth McOwan Secogd Raw: Daniel Pike, Richard Hammack, Robert Newbold, Lloyd Taylcv .Jilliam Trader, Prof. Fredrick trau -' . Bottom Row: Robert Stephens, Robert Beals, Maurice Kimbrough SIGMA PH l DELTA li? 951 os' N ,, .,. 5 'P ' f .:.e .e. 0 ' 53 i n 475 . Top Raw Robert Woolley Wrllram Gregg L1onelMcAleer john Comerford Lrddell Parchmm Jr Charles Delbrrdge Fred Werk Ted Kendrxck Davrd Allen Thomas Phrllrps Wrllram Prpher Robert Strom Frederlck Howe Achrlle Maggxolr Robert Hrghland Rrcharcl Lrfvendahl Frank Carter Donald Flaherty Vincent Wasrlevuskr Alun Blasco john janosrk jack Runyon jesse Bushee james Qwanson Donald Lashley Second Row Russell Gates Thomas Stomer Arnold Erickson George Shamyer Wrllxam Brmlcer Helmuth Holze Howard Ross Robert Eck Dale Arvrdson Ted Bockman Wrllram Sennett Richard Faber Jack Levy Robert Reclr ohn Strom Mike Kasap Phrllp Kretz Leo Ambrose Robert Avery Thomas Yates Charles Phrllxps Ro ert Galbreath Arthur Moberly Frederxck Lowery joseph Crrrrcrone Bottom Rou Ivan Elliott jack West Robert Baddaker Kenneth Pickens Wrllrs Adams Donald Werchert Arthur Falrman William Schroeder E D Smith Norman Sebastxan Kenneth Johnson E G Derrrn er Russell Prat Harry Sandberg Lester Mapes Douglas Southgate Howard Dobbs Robert Irmuker Ro art Allen Garland Fleser Vifayne Kxester Not Ill Panel Robert Ardaugh john Barrd Max Gulo George McKay Robert Wrlson Raymond Grrerson john Moore Chrrs Katsmas Donald Frnedag Darrel Hauus Ernest Rowal bVIlll3m Gnlbcrt Ioums Frna james Karlos Norman Elliott 5' Rl?" EEELEQN ll ,,,,c-nk, v v .gf -- eeeee .ee fp .. f -ff' ---------ff- --VV ff --QR. . DL-, , Ill -Y Ln, YW H1 W My -- WL., 'eff' F43 -V ,SLTJW ,W rw ,,,+,,,, , 'NgWW,Y,f?Q -, ' --- --bin f-,f-1 xi-+4-1 ,,----,,g,,,..g,Q4g,,,f3r,gf3., 'rife ,fl fx W3 .Jr-,, .rv xg he gf. wL.eL-.--. . .,. .-e,,,r . T017 Row: Richard Philip, Horner Erzinger, Richard Hookanson, Alphonse Wrzesinski, Richard johnson. Neil Pfulb, Beecher Zachary, Chris Steier, Robert Dannehl, john Sylvester, George Morrow, Edward Hede, Lee Turnbull. Kenneth Connel, Robert Vrdsky, Donald Svitak Thin! Roux- Perlee. Tintary, George Bard, Harlan Baker, Albert Leach. Frank Addis. Robert Pfeiffer, Edwin Callahan, William Anderson, john Boone, Raymond Nelson, Willard Drukker, Albert Kaufman. Earl Ruesch, james Dewhrrst, Lyle Smith, Robert Seifert, Wayne Anderson Strong! Roux' Willian1 Meehlin , Arthur Skale, Allen Veach, XVilliam Nancy, Robert Keppner, john Mizialko, Charles Wfeigel, Lourde Pfulib, William Mcffommons, Charles Grupp, Delmar Meyers, George Asselin Bflflflfll Roux' Richard-Callahan, Frank Grupp, Stanley Thomas, David Krafft, Glenn Gustafson, Roger Gustafson, james Strunck, Philip Lewis, Trevor jones, Robert Hughes, Len Olson Not in Pauelg Martin Chase, George Weber, jr., Arthur Fleming, Robert Stoutfer. Frank Addis, Robert Dull. joseph Trntary, Thomas Hayden, john Albrecht, john McCarthy, Thomas O'f'onnor, john Player, Ronald Pm Crmvntrz 402 Flasr Aruroax' Black i f .a,,'i?ifif5lf?, 51.1 iv 11:11, If " -, --------- --- -- -4. AV' M5 e L., 1 Mr-, n W I -,,,.,.-- A Q 4 -r-ffiz-Wg rr .,A,, f------2-f' ' 'TZH' 925551 WH, , , I 'Nj-,1Efis.?:f l" ,':': gi,'L'0iLZ H 1 ---f':- :aw 1--ucv, 1,3-1,-fi ,vm --,: V. ,3f..,w55 . 4.91 ,jig-41,795 ,.- . ..,, -,.-,v-r' -iw---,in N yr .-5 y 'rgggizgf 1-f 1,',.-,',-g,s..fn . . ,L ,K fx-.':.,, 1.22. 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Est 'MSR wgu iwf 7af1 Raw Ted Eisenberg Nat Seigal Stewart Koppel Arthur Perbohncr Arthur Pollakoff Donald Hurwlch led Berg Herbert Gomherg Richard Gamsu Dave Shapiro Sid Polansky Ieonard Feldman Leo Rosenthal Robert Warsaw Calvin Kaminsky Yblrd Row Leonard Kaminsky Lawrence Shatzman Philip Margolis Theodore Berkson Leonard Harris Morey Slodki Walter Perlmutter Gerald Schoenfeld jose h Oshiver Seymour Sherman Marshall Chemers Gene Lowenthal Melvin Katz Eugene Ornstein Ned Feishman Leonard Marks Serand Raw Arthur Leshm Burton Freireich jerry Braun Andrew Frank Charles Kar William Dorf Morris Spector David Rosenfeld Samuel Mendelowitz Jerry Rudman Roy Diamond dwln Weiman Myron Gerber Dan Weiss Don Lewis Harold Tenenbaum Eugene Millard Norman Brotman Bottom Row Sheldon Rosen Martin Ackerman Edward Cann jack Silberberg Larry Kassover Howard Porte john Marcus. Jerry Levant, Earl Deutsch, Siggy Blum, Lester Burack, Jordon Rizer, Robert Heiman, Alan Libman, Philip Weiss, Charles Cooper Not in Panel: Leonard Soroka, Perry Schwartz, Ernest Schneider, Hillel Rosenthal, Harold Bruno, Irving Hzlumllmt TAE!ssP E POIARSIPH' Q Aga iss-Q80 '1 Q Q 'l -im QQ' r? ig , TA In Mos flfwr, V TQ' 1 - A! -ff' li ,-vt 5 v ""1Yf'lfef1q'P'lfl5"ff""1"' T , lff3332'7if.d1.'7"'f7"': "Ser --12,4.:',-ffgez.-17112,'H , rf'1e,::1-. :,, gr jg -rg' ,i":r. ,1,-5, ,5-' 5- 11: r N l 45: ".,,.'-',........--"'f1,m-E-La.-I' ' .M-1 ' 3JrLl.a.,ig4Q.4L.rf1,..i..:.rl.i1.!5l'g,1j 5-,Lima-':Lj,i3j'if ,,.,.,Y,. , W W .,--,,,e,---.-eq I, 65 -1.-ffv't55f3'Tf95f fl 0 -f'!:1,:.'-Gr mf ' ' P' g li 'l'-6251! y xi 'TS' -'L il! -l 5- rn, .Jr 'N .1 5 rl if .e -A , ,MMU ,warg i . ,,,.rf . , ,1::zg1r,f fig gif Qeiiggsa , -giff'-f,i1igii'55fe2'.?,gs? -ss:11fs1,ea5zfGr,g15grr will W -355 Lkf-.Q1i3iff"'ZfQ ,5' Yu-Jig-r5,,.,ffs1'f ,smgll iii"-2 , -.1T'I4'f Ji, qw ,Q-rife: ,iA'1.,:1 f,f.i11,Q V, is 'D lf1.fgqef?g,'giq'i fy :2:.g17f5"5?1f, " W - -A-,-'fifiltlfil ,, ,,,,m:.1:-.V e -,L-,,.jz.:.Ylil f-l -'f ilwfifrfii -r " 'W' ':" t "Elia 'cf liz L a r x 'f 'ff- v ,!fj5':,15 iljfidfqu '-mm' """ ""m" , j'1'f-1.2.1 .-"li: fl -f-ff' - V 7 -Y .562 f ftiqsligs vif' ' 4-" - Wil? 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Tap Row: Sherwin Herzog, Bernard Cohen, James Metcofl, Michael Altenberg, Joseih Fineberg, William Kupferberg, Daniel Comm, Roger Strull, Richard Karzen, Charles Holleb, Robert Grom ach, Jerome Gearson, Lawrence Rosenberg, Morris Weiss, Walter Servos, Eli Timoner Third Row: Al Hoffman, Marvin Lebovitz, Richard Lowitz, Alan Wasserman, Robert Solomon, Ira Penn, Jerome Berman, Leigh Rosenblum, Sheldon Nemerovski, Burton Posner Louis Pollen, Julius Newman, Edwin Michaels, Gilbert Eckerling, Hal Kaufman, Edward Wittert, Russell Fishman Serond Row: Burton Zoub, Harvey Post, Melvin Barkan, Emanuel Lazerson, Saul Lipnick, Richard Borns, Jerome Raffel, Robert Kreeger, Marshall Segal, Lawrence Borns, Herbert Leviton, David Jadwin, Milton Schwartz, Marvin Loeb B0lf07l1 Row: Everett Pritikin, Russel Goldfisller, Burton Ross, Arthur Baker, David Simons, Gene Coyne, Robert Solomon, Geor e Finkel, Kurt Karmin, Philip Pollack, Howard Weinper, Mickey Burnstine, Harold Chukerman, Howard Bgum W!,,,E,F5'kQkl PH' ae: me, ii T ie 0 6' P Q-4 Y' P, . Q gs, fl: P- Q W efofnll 479 Top Rauf: Harry Halterman, Harold Hebenstreit, Jean Halterman, Ralph Tribbey, Robert Zellmer, Henry Callsen, Guy McCune, Howard Matson, Burton Seidler. Robert Kiel, Robert Smith, Harold Hoffman, William -If-fibikeslcill, Richard Larson, Wayne Goodman, Harry Caldwell, Harry Sholota, Wilbur Krigbaum, Lloyd ras er Falzrlb Rmu: john McDowell, Robert Hoffman, Walter Fackler, Mons Hansen, William Doyle, james Delfauw, XVard Smidl, William Shoulders, jack Nance, Arthur Livergood, james Duncan, james Ochs, William O'C0nnor, john Eby, Paul Jewell, Bert Mitchell, Guy Downs, William Gallen, Eugene Trandel Third Rauf: Hugh Foster, Bernard Miller, Eugene Ginoli, joseph Fath, Melvin Sorenson, Morris johnson, George Heinrich, Albert Bottin, Russell Bugan, james Davidson, Gerald Lofquist, Ervin Zieman, james Kreidler, Wayne Wilson Second Row: john Flint, Donald Faulkner, john Von Bergen, Richard Rolander, Howard Wakeman, Arthur Dim, Robert Liska, Robert Miller, William Langenbach, Donald Livergood, Allen Anderson, Jack McMorrow Bolloml Roux' Ray Duncan, Walter Kochnuk, William Garrels, john Negard, Kenneth Engelbrecht, Kenneth Xvilson, Chris Krueger, Donald Burnett, Douglas Laurent, Steve French, Richard Anderson ?'4Q'!fH 2 ' Que' ,, , i"l fa -H ,. .ml l' l i if l I 4.......... 1-N... ir' . H is, ,' 3 if 5 3 i K, I w it i Z l . s i i i 5 i r 1 I i l 6 .ii VL. 4 AM, 1- i t 1 lf,,M. L l L ,.,. We .gum Y my E l I S i i 1 lu W --. 1, i . , i i i l Z' M' ' "" "' 5. M-: 1 1 5 en fm., -,.-,...., I L-- W ,, i , ,,. l i F, ,.,, ,,., , . o..,...r,.,. ii..- ..,,.. . , , . ,...,.. ,...,.,,., r, R' F ., 1. , f i 4 -1 -----A--W -- '- 480 t i lan--.- ,.,, , if V w,,, . --,e,Y,,ff1--ii . ,snr-x 'H ------' - ----,uf -Y - fgf -V. f ,YVV Y-.744 ,7- Top Row: Rodney jones, Bruce Everitt, Philip Carroll, William Walker, Richard Hart, Thomas Brock, Robert Shaw, Robert Paulson, Victor Lewcovich, William Franks, Marshall LeSueur, Robert Spenader, Judson Terrell, George Clark, Philip Rack, Charles Broderick, Gene Sullenger Tbim' Rauf: james Bartley, jack Shewalter, Richard Burgess, Harold Konrad, ggseph Palmer, Elmer Fogelsong. Robert Doner, Norman Schneider, Ramond Baxter, Louis Schaumberg, illiam McVay, Duncan Reed, Donald Robinson, Norman Mayer, Henry Wiley, William O'Connor, Paul Pomeroy Srmnd Row: John Hartrick, Arthur Tanner, Robert Billick, Harold jones, Richard Rueckert, George Ritter, .1 ,K ll , Robert McCarthy, Russell Fielding, William Larsen, Merrill Dieken, Francis White, Laurence Greene Botnurz Row: Robert Guirk, Robert Olsen, Howard Simmens, Ernest Tedford, john Bayer, Gene Kessinger, jack K "" 'HIM Sim, Harold Sorter, Stanley lcenogle, Kay Azar, Edward Harrison, Wfarren johnson, Donald Lundahl ,Il , C 4 ,,,,,,, ,W-C tw, ..-.Q-,..,,., -..-ft-,.-.-..,.,..... ......,- ..1 4Q.,v.g.x1..-f..-...M L-nga-.auf-l..4.l...L...1l ' ,,,.,.,-.,7.-.,, ,., ,. , I f' pa-1: iw-2'ffZfEL'P!"" 1.3 ,.,, .:- - mf- " ' .'f:'!1i . it , ,sqm uf :': 7' - .J .rug Y g ju? 1- 45f:1?f'f2.5uffl . ef 'r' A g '51-53:1 .JG 'ffl 'fiLj.:-'fl:'1i'l1L'-:' v ff: 3.:.1:irg'a- , if .i'J"71','-fllifjii ,, ,, ,, ,.,,,, Y, W. . Az an . ,'1:f--,,ypmy, A ffrzirw A .,,. , ,eq H W xx fi ke a-1 1' N l ' r 'N-xi Hui .li-buff' ,' . ,- , -1- ,,,f.'34rz fgfrxx :S '?.1',:z:3!'it1iif' 'igifsgqiei' lifter jf',ilf'?'2v .1 , ,-,wg .- Q -if 11,53 . ,,,,,, , , ly' Lfezavfa if Y: fifwprfgmggr +- 124 ..,-rq.a:'f.- ,. ,lk Y, 3 Ruo CHAPTER 505 EAST Cmrmaks , W it , 5 Q H 5.4 fr 5 xr .Q ... lf 135,4 7 481 Third Row: Doug Hager, Dave Strelf, Wlilliam Chittiden, Dean Schrader, Dale Kirkpatrick, joseph Gambino, Stanley Stanczak, joseph Sharpe, Joseph Steidl, Ralph Tilden, Charles Flitcrafr, Luke Doyle, Charles Morrison Second Row: John Compton, Neal Bartoloni, Ronald Skold, Ted Pierzynski, Richard Carlson, Edward Asmus, Robert Webb, john Ingrassia, Robert Asmus, Charles Black, Joseph Schroeder, Herb Beckermire, George Monency, Robert Mallary Bottom Raw: Jerry Borden, Robert Wells, Martin Kestner, Richard XValdorf, james Money, james Devero, William Donne, Phil Hospers, john Sydow, Edward Shaw, Elwood Pederson Nw in Panel: Tom Purl, Francis Brylski THETA DELTA CHI K,XPPiX Dsursrzox CHAPTER 901 SOUTH Sncoxn O.! Q 0 SASQ O 154' D -0 0 o .X . 0 0,0 482 r Top Row: William Behrenclt, Joseph Crawford, William Mogge, Earl Flanagan, Edward Elliott, Charles Perkins, Thomas Gallagher, Max Cary, Charles Carlyle, Donald Dahl, Robert Kaufmann, Robert Aylesworth, Orville Bolte, Robert Slavik, Jack Renncr, Eugene Grassmick, George Dimit, john Coogan Third Row: James Schneider, Edward Cooney, Harry Von Huben, james Olson, LeRoy' Reitter, Donald Bowers, Winheld Hentschel, Thomas Norris, Roger Fellows, Thomas Jarvis, Robert Naas, C arles Larson, Arvid Carl- son, Elwood Smith, Harry Ralston Se:ona'.Rpw: Osker Reynolds, Raymond Frcgan, Edward Fregan, George Smith, Albert Gilbertsen, Robert Pearson, William O'Heran, Richard Kothlow, Robert Coltman, james Sternburg, Gene Hubble, john I-lull, Paul Rensch, Hermann Wagner. Bottom Rowrh john Damore, David Logan, Roger Tilkemeier, Harris Anderson, joseph Howell, Frank DeBart0la, Joseph Fina, Joseph Garcia, Eugene Baggett, Richard Kane, John Scott, William Jacobson, John Padgett Nor In Panel: Kenneth Brunn, Charles Gottfried, Albert Chaps, Donald O'Brein, Robert Klein, Clyde Selirz, XVxllxam Yagemann, Eugene Stinson :XLPHA BETA CHAPTER 205 East Aaxiom' O 1. ,. g .if Q zffflfzgg .if - J, 4.2, va, ' 9'ir'9. 'ff' .- rf- 1' i ' .. ' LI' 5eF5"'5f' jf',,"5"5..!.'f-2' f 483 Top Row: Paul Schatler, Walter Stuenkel, Hutchins Kealy, Carl Rebok. john Kibhee, Richard Conklin, Carl Lantau, john Eisle, Edward Day Third Row: John Rausch. Richard Senseman, Harry Goettel, Robert Rappl, Charles Miles, William Brown, Henry Cooley, Henry Young Second Roux' Edward Miles. XY7illiam Cooke, Phillip Spain. Professor Ralph lfrossman, Richard Wfilliams, Henry Kidder, Charles Arnold Barron: Row: John Mayer. Richard johnson, Robert Lebduska, Allen Wfherry. john Parish. Charles Nagel, Carl Hendrickson II,I.INoIs CHAPTER 112 EAST DANIEL .ag-4, ii! , ew .SVN f -e- -ve in an ,,,n,..4,.,..,,,.w,..., ,I .H-W I ,N Y C . ,mmm my iw 'eee ee I ,...,.....--.C,,.. . I CN-.. .YYI WV- ... C, 1 in J i l j"l' '-"ww , . ,1 g,QQQfP"fQQ i .W ,..,, -.- , E ' -- lr e , ,..L..gY--.- ., l I fn--------W --V I , i i I I F fh.,,-,-,, ,,,, We, 5,.,.,--,,,-,.,,, C, 1 ,,.-MQW . W, Q C lf lwwrwm 1, l'FWWmW Wm W U 'wR""""H'iA y y N- r 5---------W F rl...-,?,.... ....... ,.,..,- ,.,,t.,-.,.,.. ,ww J I w A g....,,.-w.,,,. -.. -, , Y, I , Q r . T.w-..--.,,,,, H ., ,F r...,. -C ,,,, ,H j,...,.....-.--.-,,,.w,-,,, A gfw.,,.,,,---.-.+ lminii. ,,. W.-- ,-.,-,,,4,,,, .... at e..e ,e.e C -.g,,...,,-.-,.,,.fN3, fiinf, hgfyplg' .W --...,.--i-...Rf J, 2,,f.fff" ----an-3 5 -1, .x --'-'Y--' "'e - - r'-' ' Je f ' lv U -'H-W--A he g ,ral L. EMF-, . 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LAALLLE Le, ,M !'.f.' - .... , Q L , is GEMS, ttdd be ,Q ,L ,Livio Ltr lT',! ,- ,S ttL,?.,,W - 11 at ,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,...,,,Y . . ,J , , ,t...,,. .-- ,.-....,-W-..., .M 1 , i i 1 AT-M-Qx!m- 1 J ,Ir W , -U-ti, Top Row: Robert Marx, Nelson Reichman, Robert Saizow, james Adelson, james Newmark, Charles Wlilens, Norman Krevitt, Sheldon Rosenstein, William Carr, Ted Sternberg, Richard Rosner, Dave Berkson, Bernard Goldstein, -Don Mitchell, William Weinberg, Dave Ashe, Stanford Sholem, Kenneth Witt, Robert Eisberg, jay Agatstein Third Row: Norman Hirsch, Charles Ramenofsky, Harold Abrams, Ben Schoenstadt, Howard Seifer, Leonard Bressler, Charles Wenlc, Harold Strum, Gerald Strum, Howard Vactor, Justin Simon, Richard Seidel, Phil Smith, Stanley Molasky, Robert Witensky, Donald Richman, Robert Goldman, Charles Sternberger, james llgeldman, Bernard Milgmm, George Ziskind, Clayton Rautbord, Harold Chapman, Morton Rothstein, Milton Ofnfn Second Raw: joseph Libman, Paul Krulewitch, Robert Wlien, Ronald Resnick, Henry Snyder, Charles Wolf, Robert Buhai, Mrs. Sarah Davidson, Marvin Freeman, Stewart Buhai, Edward Ex, Byron Krulewitch, Gerald Grodsky, Edward Meyers Bortom -Row: Bruce Littman, Ralph Livingstone, Robert Sider, Sidney Mayer, jerry Leavitt, Andrew Stein, jerry RHUCO5. Sheldon Gross, Jack Silber eld, Donald Cornbleet, Robert Merens, Edward Gettleman, Roland ,lntlzx Sheldon Cohn, Richard Kriegel, Robert Garner, Robert Simon, Gene Berenholtz, Stanley Rubel Nor In Panel: Mark Goodman ZEl5,,BEl5 ,IAU QU N 5. .33 'H' Q " 2, 41" F4 QQ. T", F .W A., ,su . .gg vu- 485 Top Row: Frank Gaudio. Harold Carlson, Karl Upstone, William Strawbridge, Lindsay Lenhart, Julius Efilandt, Robert Marx, Harry Richards, Ralph jezierski, Harry Lorenz, William Bassler, Michael Musko, Ted Ritter, Ray Anderson Third Row: -Ronald Dierolf, Jack Beidelman, Robert Klann, Leslie Roby, Erwin Kozeluh,- Robert Ehmann, Herbert Sieck, Jack Vander Veer, Dyne Bowers, Lester Heller, Richard Ulrich, Lewis Hicks Second Row: Truman Tracy, Robert Bone, Ralph Bennitt, Charles Nelson, Odell Simmons, jean Traub, William Stockhus, Gordon Houser, Edson Newquist, Ted Charlwood Batiom Row: Paul Barnard, Richard Conners, Sam Wilson, James Watson, Hubert Collins, Howard Hankins, Bernard Moore, Thomas Greene, Robert Frank, Arthur Houghton ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 201 EAST JOHN STREET ,....., S l ,. L1 - 6 wi in iv Q 5:5 1 if f Wx Exif 5 l if ' 9' :V ..,,,5 ,V W 5 wr Briss as 'if' is Il, 'QR' if 2 2 rl. .xg -if ' --'ai 'if i' '- ' owafid 1515? ,L ,,, -uf: -,Gigi 486 --- 7? PI KAPPA PHI Firyt Roux' Richard Coleman, Paul Phinney, George Dowd, William O'D0nnell, Robert Morris Srroud Row: Walter Stiles, Theodore Ebel, Leonard Atkins, Gilman Thrane Botfom Roux' 'Ronald Schenk, john Roeser, John Poppelreiter, Richard Motz - . 1.. .l .V ! Y. Q my A ,W 3 , ffm . 'Q by FW fy Q ,arf y 5 ' 4 A V V 1 2 . ,TN ' V f K 'T Q R , V- I 1 1 1 Q :gy H- "E'fy' ., W5 fh " ff! 3 ex . 'I' A -5 i "Eff-Ls5f""f1"+Q,V 1 455, in ,YQ v A , K I, x 1 -ff ' ' ,, Af pk' ki 2'T's.:MX,,,, 'QQ rg 1 4 X Kia K 751 'prix 4 ' X49 ' Ki .1 , I, if Q X 3 K, www, Top Roar: Shirley Nagell, Mary Lou Solomon, Mary Lou Smith, Patricia Gibson, Nancy Mason. Sue Pennell. Jackie Gebhard, Ann Porter, Mary Misch, Nancy Schmitt, Nancy Knight, Annette McAdam, Mary Bar Greene Fflllffb Row: Marjorie Hawthorne, janet Benham, Marilyn Mueller, Mary Ellen Christie, Patricia, Brown, jane Brown, Nancy Cress, Bobbie Porter, Eileen Huebner, Dorothy Stockdale, Dorothy Doolen, Patricia Lauchner, Nancy Brown, Emily Bacon Third Row: Peggy Harlan, Eleanor Loomis, Jayne Alice Groves, Katherine Cobb. Margie Perkins, joan Clark, Mary louise Irish, Patricia Attehery, Nadine Mathis, Shirley Howard, Carol Snell, Theola Field, Nancy Noble, Patricia Burgett Serond Row: Carla Heiss, janet jones, Winifred Brown, jane Hicks, Phyllis Donahue, ,Ioan Rose, joan Berquist, Barbara Brockmeier, Martha june Smith Bofmm Row: Marianne Foucek, Mary Howard, Mary Ellen Green, Ingrid Vodicka, jean Ann Zalir, Virginii Tomlin, Jean Michaelson, Barbara Soltow, Phyllis I-Inward Not in Pavel: Barbara Grumley Q, ,QQ I K ar1'w vii ".' 490 N- .fr . f I ra L- W- - --Aifw --- 1- - --EERE. . Y i ,-,..D.4J .Wai 1 1' X Q V Mllia MDMA-.. ,,. ,.., .0 A A ff "5 U. ,..,, Wr'j.i.,q A 'Q Q va' :a YK-ZZ' WN tm, FV ,,f-..,,,,, ily. - 'z I 'lPy.fi?g,.., , .. it yy -for x.k S QsJ,.fi,.., -.,. ,..,3j.1,-M" - - . rt-v.,4, L. .,....,.-7. ,...-.-...GW 12 .ll - "Q:r2lYll I gli . I 5 .1 r, 1' lei" i sgglgl u -:-ybggil. -',2'5":f?l3l - , .--i - wow -4- - . ., 1, i ...J ,,,,. v,f,..,1 f ,wiht-l , "l.-f.1f-S4 ifzrili ,i ,.5i'!jgy:, iifilnk. , - 1 . ark A .A .. . 4- waef I - 'r i uma .N-'QL' '. .ai .'..i:.:l'-l g:.Qf -A,-k, kn,gA 4-,,,,A,,, ,,,, V, W..-,J ,A i -.4,4i..., .. i.:1i'g:'lil1 H'i7'g:'fl bfi- 'wl lv- ' ..l....-....A.A-...i.-----5. -ff g .- ..,,g54.Qif:.ff51 T011 Row: Dorothy Hilbert, Charlotte McKinney, Bettv Carnahan. Vofinne Gregson. Lee Ann Layton. Virginia McElrath. Nancy Blaker, Pat Booclell, Shirley Smicll, Betty Lou Bailey, Dorothy Buzzard, Marcia Pierzynski, Clara Wfillizms, Carol Smith, Shirley Mix Third Rgmf: Martha Wfinkclmann, Barbara Claypool, Anna Mae Snecldon, Mary Glen Myers, Jane Wildeman, Marilyn Siuda, Vyra Deene Gurney, Dorothy Ellis, Marilyn Rudd, Evelyn Floclberg. Millicent Moffett, Beverly Wilson, Arvena Wlade, Leah Hancock, Ann Bruce Second Row: Esther Jones. Lorraine Johnson, Mary Argenbright, Jacqueline Finerty, Joanne Geartts, Mrs. Kelly, Helen XVacker, Marion Mirring, Jeanne Ruzek, June Smith liflflfwl Raw: Arlene Ives, Frances Wfacaser, Phyllis Roth, Phyllis Steinkamp, Beverly Bear. Elaine Vaculik, Jo Ann Emory, Barbara Canady. Carol Grosstephan No! in Prrflrff Betty Gammon, Barbara Davis ALPHA DELTA Pl ,ny ,-,shui-' ' 41 x-"WV, -' 'A '. I., rv fr -, ' 5, , ,, ' ,L ,i 4 Q. . 491 y Third Rou Marjorie Baer Phyllis Silberman Marilyn Polk Arlene Goldman Sue Rivkin Audrey Cohn, Marjorie Mann Rena Gaines Barbara Brown Rema Stone janyt Spahn Sefaml Row Zelda Stone, Marjorie Maas, Lois Holstine, Estelle Schermer, Marjorie Golder, Mrs. Kruger, Barbara Robinson, Patsy Rosenthal, Laura Kirsch, Charlotte Karchmer, Laurel Stiglitz ' ' Helene WSIEQ JaykE"TolEnH2InfJudjfnlilbkiij''Edirif'iiinil-k'.''i5e1bEE3"CHi'H'f" 'U C Boflomr Row: Marjorie Marx, Rosalyn Barancik, Rhoda Hess. Jean Anne Rodgers, Marjorie Silver, Janet Wolfson, Miriam owan, Sue Lerner, Charlotte Jacobson, Jeanne Harrison, Rita Barnett Na! in Panel: Amelita Glick ALPHA EPSILCQN PHI Wh- 492 -. rr H, ,f-er.--,ff-4 l ,,.,.,i.,.,- .,,, M, 3,44 mf- 5 5,5 agp: ga fi-if ,...,srH .Q-..bw.si, 1, S -ZF-Ei .i nk" ai .,,.,, ,-', ,i , .,,,,,r, 1 ,., ,, , . .f.- Q .. 'sw-V, rv- 4, -,.,, filfii' JK., 1 .7155 lilffn, jixliv. irq jgY":.', " 'li' ' ' rj Q.. ,,,, , 111-,. Q A ' 3a'i'i::i'x-'Li 2 "iz, ifsfr "1 U. rcs., f l 'i VT... w y----------- or 1 1 1 l 9 . w 1 i flw? .,. T , V, 1:3- tb 1..., . ,il ?- V71 .nl W Top Row: Mary Midnight, Georgia Rutherford, Isabelle Sampou, Sally. Armour, Elizabeth Edwards, Phyllis Moore, Betty Blomquist, Betty Walsh, Marijane Shemwell, Patricia Lincoln, Barbara Foy, Joy Hiser, Mary Dempsey, Jacqueline Schmied, Charmaine Casey Third Row: Priscilla Potter, Marilyn Harnquist, Marilyn Unmacht, Ann Potter, Rosemary Corbly, Dorothy Cutler, Joann Wetzler, Sharon Cole, Marilyn Thomas, Mary Madsen, Margaret Hackett, Shirley Fleming, Helen Young, Helen Spanabel Secnnq' Row: Barbara Gassmann, Rosemary Weber, Joyce Hull, Margaret Clevenger, Winona Schroeder, Kathryn Lxpel, Ann De Witt, Mariella Mapes, Anna Berggren, Jane Lace, Katharine Jones, Katherine Hanneman, Patricia Vawter Bollom Raw: Lois Bartholomew, Mary Timlin, Laura Leseman, Dorothy Clevenger, Marilyn Roe, Xenia Radatz, Marilyn Halverson, Joan Busch, Alyce Hitter, Joan Welch, Elaine Eichstaedt Noi In Panel: Virginia Sindelar, Mary Hamilton, Elaine Kozler, Nancy Radeke, Helen Allott ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Ln LA' '54 at LL 7' lr ' li if id rf, l""'F?i in' fu 15 APL? 1 L Big-IVF, 'H :eff H' r ri ' 1 1 ..'.,ff' H .,-.ft,,,Af -:Q ,,,, Wa, W. 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I -3, if :4 xy' ..,,,i1.i' 'X-fm -----W 'CMJ e...,,,,.,- 1, 494 Qjillmiglfe N--V--A----1 1 Top Rqw: Frances Ingram, jean Ryan, Marilyn McClure, Barbara XVerstler, Martha Ingram, Barbara Lannon, Shirley Odegard, Alice Ross, Marilyn Hagen, Sue Halcott, Betty Prather, Betty Ann Stahl Fourth Raw.: Janet Birch, Polly Lauten, Bonnie Lee Smith, Georgianna Baker, Frances Steger, Marilyn james, Jean Wierserna, Ramona Boehmer, Alice WOIH, June Keine, Shirley Corduan Third Row: Margaret Kramer, joan Ryan, Madeline Lang, Mariellen Damon, jane XVilson, Pat Ryan, Lois Dungan, june Bickerton, Irene Davis, Marilyn Gregg Srrond Row: june Bramlet, Winnie Baylor, -Margaret Waldo, Celeste Miller, Doris Larsen, Leah Ginzel, Ruth Streger, Esther Streger, Marilee Loveridge, Laura Dexter BotIom.Row: Gwendolyn Fuchs, Sylvia Andrews, Elaine Stout, Nancy Schmeling, Edna Kennedy, Natalie Conron, Lois Adams, Barbara Hibbarcl, Helen Hastcy ALPHA CJMICRON PI .-,ffflft af :I .-" . fs, ,- L . ,fe . we l -fi' ' :QB ff-',, -wg, QF: url- -4 1-h-'qwq '-AM. ,PHYS eifk A , 2'- ,fa .. . ,iw ' ' ,ir g. er ' 1 pw. aj 495 Top Row: Georgia Leahy, Bette Samson, Portia Wells, Norma Hayes, Mary C. Coapstick, Mary Millizen, Betty McClure, Mary Marshall, Maxine Coffman, Ann Johnston, Phyllis Travis Third Row: Rozanna Uebenheim, Doris Dietz, Annice Buckner, jean Long, Barbara Bienemann, Ajane Ann Schoonmaker, Doris Parsons, Beverly d'I-Etchegoyen, Lucile Stice, Gertrude Anderson, Shirley Heimerdinger, Elizabeth Stephans Serond Row: Joyce Gothwaite, Louise Teller, Barbara Gilbreath, Elizabeth Loewen, Patricia Smith, Marfgot Flock, Aline Fairbanks, Dorothy Spencer, Dorothy Rogers, Dorothy Yakley, Barbara Nicklaus, Dorothy Do an Boltonz Raw: Ellen Lauder, Delroys Okerson, Joan Grout, Florence Moss, Adele Mason, Katherine O'Connor, Doris Buehler, Jean Latimer, Helen Nack, Marjorie Getz, Marcia Spaeth BETA ALPHA CHAPTER 506 EAST ARMORY STREET 55 ? Q1 J l i 6 SEPT, W? fi ,M if EQ.-:a+wffff'r, 49 limi? 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Donna Finch, Lorene Carothers, Shirley Larsen, Isabel Hendel Second Rauf: Jane Rosenau, Maxine Ourada, Elizabeth Deuchler, Ellen Knauf, Betty Ray Durham, Carmelita McKemxe, Barbara Tunnicliff, Jeanne Ostby, Naomi Peters, Mary Alice Kyndberg-Robinson, Phyllis Maxwell Bottom Row: 4Sue Dorris, Elizabeth Stenger, Marguerite Ehkhart, Marilyn Baird-Smith, Betsy Becker, Elinor Ander- son, Phyllis Lehn, Mary Smith, joan Hawthorne, Marjorie Macy. Kathrynlee Flesch, Renee Markus Noi in Panel: Frances L. Grant KAPP.A CHAPTER 715 XVEST iVllCHIG.-SN ...4 5 .i'z'e' l '21f. 'h'-'- ."3H"' .,4.-f' ,rxr-5" V ,Z ,go 1.x Tap Row: Mary Glisson, Alice Jordan, Frances Harrison, Joan Parkes, Ruth Gorman, Betty Gher, Suzanne Hanscom, Madonna Caldwell, Janice McCann, Dorothy Henn, Barbara Trowe, Carolyn Nordstrom, Mary Rhoads, Jeanne Church, Patricia Champion, Beverly Bennett, Jean Doerscher, Jeanne Kettler, Doreen Embs, Marilyn Anderson ' Third Row: Jean Park, Jean Finch, Bonnie Preston, Mary Wedge, Marilyn Sed wick, Bettie Muyres, Joanne Knoll, Ann Wickert, Carolyn Stuhr, Mary Hadheld, Mary Porter, Martha Jelliie, Betty Hitch, Janice Abels, Dorothy Judd, Betsy Hall, Betty Altpeter, Barbara Thommason, Jean Naramore, Jean Gates Second Raw: Shirley Wfright, Barbara Gulley, Louise Riddle, Norma Abels, Tui Stevenson, Mary Homrighous, Alice Joslyn, Joan Gagan, Ruth Weinard, Joanna Cavenee, Phyllis Chumbley, Betty Norberg, Alyce Knudson, Harriet Krell Bottom.Raw: Beverly Munger, Nancy Hopkins, Beverly Asplund, Ginevera Little, Yvonne XVOoley,-Mary Grinter, Nancy Zeigler, Mary Clay, Barbara Seymour, Martha Campbell, Jean Hooper, Delores Saurs, Virginia Stewart, Edith Wormood, Lois Dumelow Na: in Panel: Helen Palmer, Therese Lahey ONIICZRON Cii.xP'l'r1ir 907 SoL"m XX'RlGHT x,-""""m jig? : fs at ,. 441, -42" ,in .6 if , , 9 ,. , - , , 1' , -gf"l"" ,. W ff-w 1. - .... aplyawff F5 l 498 , - , w, .rs-fc T if ,, , . T"- K L, k4,.. ....,, -, ,, ,,.-.M ' 1 Top Row: Patty Ncal, Harriet Carrier, Barbara Garvey, Betty jean Bryant, Mildred Phillips, Norma Mack, Madge Berkey, Joanne Choisser, Irene Birkeland, Sa ly Hagerty, Betty Golinvaux, Carolyn Young Third Raw: Betsy Ladd, Evelyn johnson, Betty Burgess, Joyce Pinault, Dorothy'Seeman, Emma Lou Browning, jean Hansen, Carol Wfolff, Priscilla Gates, Ruth Schneider, Margaret Secondmo Second Row: Carmeta McLeod, Betty jean Pace, jean Reedy, Martha Cottingham, Alice Ann Walker, Eloise Meyer, Doris Davis, Shirley Dean, Dolores Schwartz, Betty Whalin, Mary Brown, Helen Devine Bottom Raw: Bettyljean Hanson, Margaret Halligan, Carolyn Kopp, Catherine Greisedeick, Nancy Helme, Patricia Andrews, Patricia Kimler, jean Neville, Delores Grow Nor in Panel: Imogene Phipps, Marilyn Mezek, Janice Paton, Mary Carmichael DELTA DELTA DELTA i-MJ! , l B 1 41-."ls'a..a'f'14f,1eLsf.s:3Q.r,3' fr' ,:f1 ,l1 ,lX,p 1. L gym 499 ,, sv y Top Raw: Muriel Parker, jo Ann Ba singer, Patricia Taber, Carolyn Quinn, Gloria Davis, Charlene Umbright, Gretchen Lewis, Shirley Freeman, getty Rowen, Natalie Eckland, Margaret Metzler, Barbara Hubbard, Nancy Dunn, Ruth Ann Allott Third Row: Jeanne Scharfenberg, jane Schmuckal, Sally Schickler, jerry Metcalf, Jean Sutherd, jean Temple, Helen Krabbe, Carmen Crown, Mary Wade Parthemer, Ginger Myers, Jean Bruder, Ann Veirs, Patricia Hirons, Beverlee Allen, jane Peterson Serond-Row: Joy Chaipman, Marilyn Chapman, Margaret Robinson, Dorothy Berkey, Honor Garstang, Sally Millis, Virginia Ho loway, Barbara Rowe, Dorothy Griffith, Margaret Sloan, Henrietta Dalbey, Faith Cech Bottom Row: Janice Lindell, jackie Frost, Greta Gee, Barbara Conlin, jane Nelson, jean Swanson, Ann Finch, Miriam Sommer, Norma McH0es, Muriel Boyd, Carolyn Cornelison, Margaret Sinclair DELTA GAMMA 4 . 21172 , K, 2? 500 ,W AYWWMWG 2 3 ee-1 2 L Qifi -.'QflQ.-,..f1 f ..... +M,-,M.7,,?a,K L Q-A 9 1 i ' 'N i I Qi ,uf 1- . Nw.. Y' Top Rory: Lois Kamin, Greta Morganstine, Shari Brown, Muriel Blum, Hurleen Feltman, Bernice Richter. Adrienne Goldstone, Vivian Rosenblum, Edith Nudelman Third Row: Eleanor Somer, Seena Donchcy, rludith Baskin, Geraldine Kessler, Sylvia Stein, Joanne KatzoH, fi- --- -- Renee Novrck, Beverly Novack, Gloria Sha owitz, Delores Ersenstein Serond Round Charlotte Tennes, Lorraine Motel, Marjorie Epstein, Leonore Shalowitz, Shirley Novack, Mrs. E. R. Spiro, Eloise Waxman, Geraldine Weinstein, Chemie Abrams, Annette Newman, Helene Rosin Ballon: Row: Norma Axelman, Joyce Zimbler, Rochelle Kagan, Eva Adele XVeisman, Marcia Hackner, Elyse .. VL., L g """"'""' ' !y?1:':'.fY"Efi"'gg7V46""QW Pitzele, Reatha Hamburg, Marjorie Stern, Lois Feder, Beverly Kliff, Iris Nemeroff, Jacqueline Jaffe J 4' .LvJy""A Not in Panel: Bernice Danovitz - -- zL----A ... 'Srnf DELTA PHI EPSILQN RHO C1-UPTER 310 GRECSORH' IJRIYL T- sv rv. 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Martha Ryder Third Raw: Kathryn Zarub, Ruth' Mutchler, Mae Enien, Charlotte Wallace, Marianna Minnich, Barbara Schmidt, Joanne Krenzkc, Patricia Hoffman, Mary E crhardt, Georgianna Gates, Eleanor Shirk, Jacqueline Coccia, Lois Keebler, Marilyn Melberg Secmm' Row: Georgia Cahlow, Jean Shimp, Dorothy Disman, Nancy Armstrong, Naclene Ransom. Mary Wfidener, Anna Campania, Doris French, joan Flesher, Mildred Wall Boflom Roux' Barbara Blaker, Delpheen Berg. Ellen Funk, Leslie Dcaring, Sylvia Swardr Norma Prudent, Patricia Frosch, Grace Young Nur in Pfwul: Ellen Strcckcr :Xl.PH.-X Bl-1'i'a CHAPTER 710 XVEST OHIO 5' ww. A," , ,J ,- xv -ani? f xiii' 502 ' N333 Tap Row: Lois Sprague, Yvonne Gardner, Alice Jacobsen, Millicent Simonds, Edith Wells, Nancy Van Nogpen, leanne Harshbarger, Blythe McCraelie, Mary Lou Wlalling, Jeannette Jefferson, Phyllis Skiles, Frances Bra ana. Mary Beth Hull, Janice Clark, Dorothy Ehrhardt, Jeanne Potter, JoAnn Markee. Delores Diehl, Suzanne Wlmite Fourth Raw: Helen Sieferman Ruth Buschman Martha Holmes, Constance Carlson, Gloria Pagliarulo, Dorothy Price, Joan Koehler, Marilyn Prust, Helen Dhnn, Betty Gwinn, Lois Bolle, Patricia Wfilliamson, Jayne Conley, Sally Witherspoon. Margaret Engel, Sally Johnson, Mary Ann Holland, Jane Davis Third Row: Pauline Gucker, Barbara Angus, Mary Kay Northam, Marjorie Bean, Minnie Lou Black, Marion Bollinger, Elaine Sebastian, Mary Lou Barber, Janice Ehleb, Carol Karr, Jackie Tatman, Annajean McDonald, Elizabeth Streicl. Beverly Bebb, Caroline Williams, Marjorie Ruth Second Roux' Virginia Brunkow, Shirley Smith, Irene Ther, Jane Batts. Jean Gwinn, June Barber, Maribelle Cies, Dorothy Potter, Suzanne I-lasselquist, Delores Davidson, Margaret Bohne, Patricia McKay B0lf0!Il 'Karim' Joan Lrztowsky, Barbara Stateler, Martha Innis, Karin Johansson, l.ee Cadwell, Mary Jo Pond, Maizie Angler ,BETA .1 fo or to 1 ,efai 11' l QQ -, :fri xg 503 Top Raw: Betty XVilcox, Grace Schulze, Patricia Duffy, Shirley Moore, Dorothy Pearson, Nancy Vollrath, Marilyn Munkers, Miriam Bauer, Catherine Christie, Jane Michel, Sally Pfelier, Terry Fey, Eleanor Lang, Mary Eastman Tbird Rauf: Joanne Grigg, Nancy Moore, Jean Nihan, Barbara Larned, Marguerite O'Brien, Nancy Noonan, Francoise Rose, Barbara Schultz, Marilyn Wilbei', Catherine Chambers, Peggy Conrad, Patricia Scott, Joyce Davis, Margaret Alcock, Charlotte Salyers Serorm' Raw: Mary Bennett, Shirley Noble, Joanne Turner, Margaret Schumacher, Dorothf Johnston, Margaret Church, Phyllis Rose, Joan Campbell, Dorothy Knaphurst, Martha Rothgangel, Barluara Carleton, Dora Herrick, Sally Sproat, Louise Converse Bfflfom Row: Betty Cox, Nancy Dillavou, Jacqueline NVeaver, Martha Cory, Shirley Racine, Carolyn Clark, Mary Schumacher, JoAnne Becker, Carolyn Nelson, Jane Bowen, Margaret Yeager, Mary Graham, Shirley Bash KAPPA ALPHA THETA I , . 4 ,IJ mar'- cf 1 " '-32. ,, 43, I',' ..' 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W H, -., "i ,... fi. ., .-Y. .ii 504 "" ' .y r Top Row: Eloise Willison, Margliyn Knight, Sue Carol Carr, Barbara DeForest, Arah-Dean Scheele, Muriel Madeson, Diane Coatsworth, arcia Dietrick, Peg Crossley, Lois Riggs, Barbara Mitchell, Madalyn Groctz- inger, Joan Roach Third Raw: Evellyn Kennedy, Jean Loellke, Ruth Bone, Dorothy Collier, Phyllis Chalk, Janice Youmans, Betty Foss Malay E len Lewis, Cathy Cooper, Lois Wanen, Carla Reyner, Lois Schecter, Helena Magnusson, Jean Lamlcey, arjorie Blood Second Row: -Marilyn Ewing, Margaret Walton, Mary Jane Martin, Elizabeth Easter, Norma Del Diedrich, Mary Ruth Tredmmck, Marilyn Murray, Margaret Shekleton, Patricia Schubert, Margery Wakeman, Mary Gochanour, Marno Johnson Uaftom Row: Jeanne Lee, Patricia Orland, Alice Adolphson, Marjorie Stockenberg, Marilyn Freeman, Linda Ermrsch, Helen Ogden, Kathleen Keeley, Mary Cummings, Martha McLean, Jacqueline Galligan Not in Panel: Carol Kolb, Gloria Hanson, Ruth Lilia SIGMA OMICRON CHAPTER 1204 SOUTH LINCOLN t .QEQ H . L 7a 1.6 lf' M' 4 ,JS 9 MJ 9- !,y I!- -gix, as fel, ,ms 't' E, JD' im. .9 'QL' ii' G - . X i Top Row: Elizabeth Whitnel, Sally Loftquist, Adele Messenger, Jane Kurrus, Barbara Bickel, Agnes Goldman, Barbara Seaquist, Nancy Barker, Marilyn Murphy, Bonnie Ilten, Carolyn Gerstenberger, Helen Crain, Suzanne Love, Shirley Wallin, Dorothy Belnap, Carroll Lowitz Third Row: Mary Ellen Neecller, Patricia Price, Roberta Cooke, Ellen DeMoss, Ruth Nelson, Virginia Huclelson, Suzanne Appelle, janet Wynn, Jeanne Sullivan, Marilyn Braband, Mary Whitnel, Shirley Roberts, Nancy Nelson, Mary Ann Stout Second Row: Mary Lou Pike, Nancy Hornung, janet Ellington, Polly Kuby, Gloria McRae, Nancy Schartf. Barbara Lane, Jean Hoffman, juin Whipple, jane Cooke, Caroll Longeway Boflom Raw: Carol Brunnemeyer, Marion Scheineman, Patricia Mangler, Barbara Bradley, Katherine Lutz, Rita Messer, Nancy Wilson, Barbara Bradley, Mary Ury, Nancy Cook. Jean Beiriger No! in Panel: janet Hoy, Ruth Stourfer, Atha Tehon, Marjorie Weller, Dorothy Ramseyer KAPPA KAPPAQAMMA .,-P' 506 , W ,. ,Y ,f.,5.Fvf.E ,RQJ V 1:5 ' N' N ' ' Tofu Rozy: jean Sullivan, Kathleen Guinney, Teddy Fisher, Dorothy Peterson, Donna Wehman Lois Sandquist ' Marilyn Swanson, jean Connerton, Doris Kessler, jackie Dolby, Jean Ray Third Raw: Frances Jerry, Dolores Timm, Rosalie Werner, Alice Webber, Marilyn Welch Alice Muschler W' ' Betsy Rasmussen, Carmen Leonard, Lois Albertson, Elayn Gran, Cory Conrad, Marguerite johnson Y " ' Semnd'Row: Kay Braun, Pegg Welsh, Barbara Christy, Helen Marie Hawthorne, Rita Horn Marge Lidman W Alice Apoyan, Dorothy Hoeh, Pat Thomas, Audry Weibler " ' Bottom Row: jane Foster, Camille Pacelli, Betty Kay Heck, Kathryn Scott, Mary Somers Pat Graybill Ann White WP E Q No! in Pnuel: Ann Adair C C we Q W DELTA BETA Cr-rAP'rER 1010 SOUTH Tmim m e way. i,giirf",t.2i,'f1'f'-'eg em.-gg,-aus-.mfl, r g fzg'-gay E335 f"l -Pang" .' 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Elinor Case, Jane Palmer, Frances Willis, Patricia Wallace, Betty,Altenburg, Barbara Blanchard, Barbara Smith, Joanne Dillavou, Carolyn Zimmerman, Jeanette Dehnmg, Virginia Burr, Ann Duvall Tbira' Row: Myra jean Major, Joyce Mauney, Shirley Nay, Patricia Daniel, Marilyn Meyers, Joan McGinnis, Peggy Peterson, Dorothy Carmichael, Charlotte Allen, Phyllis Lang, Barbara Sands. Ruth Munkvold, Burta Fleharty, Marilyn Sheppard, Dwayne Dalton, Marietta Rip ey, joan Bresee SECOI1d'R0w Alice Lou Keighin, Frances Drennan, Phyllis Weeks, Bette Livingstone, Barbara Rosenburger, Lucille Duff, Mary Myrth Wallace, Mary Willis, Susan Burnside, Roselyn Leonard, Jacqueline Opp, Marilyn Iohnson, Allis Dennett Barzani Row: Dorothy Kennedy, Al ce Lovejoy, Harriet Haycock, Carolyn Dallenbach. Georgene Seaman, jean Fleharty, Mary Anne Jordan, Elizalheth Irwin No! in Panel: Barbara Hunsucker, Mary MacI.aughlin, Ruth Breen, Nancy Holmes, Charlotte Keck, Barbara Long, Joyce Applegate, Sada Walling ILLINOIS ZHA CHA1-wick 1005 SOL"l'Il XYRIUHI' if ,, ,. , I femmes L .,f. , -. i i, Q f, A : Top Row: Lois Goldman, Helene Rubin, Audrey Glassberg, Frayda Radnor, Barbara Rosenzweig, Judy Flesch. Mary Ellen Rubinitz, Lois Cohen, Margie Paley, Eileen Schermer, Marcia Rubin, Elyse Abrams, Harriett Glenn Third Raw: Marcia Silberman, Gloria Kaplan, Sonia Snyder, Gloria Newman, Marda Spielberger, Bebe Green- man, Audrey Cohen, Shirley Goldman, Harriet Rosen, Marilyn Weiss, Judy Jaffe, Idell Lautmann Scfrofzd Row: Charlene Cohen, Betty Ann Romm, Charlotte Ramenofsky, June Mell, Gloria Gould, Frances Tick, Lois Klein. Reeva Brodsky, Bobbie Polk, Sterra Penner, Norma Levin, Ethelyn Fink Bartow Row: Evelyn Grossman, Bernie Halperin, Maxine Neiburger, June Entine, Claire Levine, ROJene Molner, Doris Pactor, Flo Adler. Dorothy Peskind, Ruth Korngold, Jackie Lewis, Louise Franzel N111 in Panel: Frances Cohn SIGMADELTA TAU fi bf. . iii TWT! H Vue if ,qi .,.5s Vk4..5, , I, K I , -,fn as Q. . . .. I , -V, 1 my rv, h ---- W- Y . Y.Y.. ....... , - 1. . 'MW' 'M' Top Row: Evelyn Gray, Barbara Harris, Lucille Rhymer, Marilyn Lung, Mary Marsden, Barbara Sang, Marilyn Rohe, Joyce Killian, Barbara Sheldon, Ilene Glasgow, Marilyn Nathan 'YW Third Row: Danise Smith, Barbara Lanman, Dorothy Wlolfe, Sue Jarvis, Martha Langham, Pauline Rist, Eileen ' """' if ""' """sff- Barfknecht, Mary McLoughlin, Joanne Shanks, Patricia McKee, Jeanne Flasher Second Row: Virginia Warlfucl, Phyllis Jorclan, Carol Willis, Alyda Rataiil-c, Mary Hecteman, Helen Wfolcott, Jo Rigg, Dorothy Trummel, Doris Cluevcr, Sara Benson " xg" 'Wi 'W Hallam Row: Anne Flint, Rose Capodice, Valerie Wfestficld, Patri'ia Borden, Mary Napier, Jean Rasch, Betty Thatcher, Eleanor Pregl, Carolyn Penwell K HTH"-A Nur in Panel: Rosalie Hunt, Ann Harrison fiiqiillg-xl -r-vp r MQ,m1iiii.mij"' 5- iv' rl' 'ig 3 is w""""A"! " "" "" r 4"--M' "linen CH.-XP'l'IiR 713 Wfizsi OHIO if 1, 5 f'2'2y , 35? 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To Row: Vir inia Stevens Muriel Stahnke o ce Krue er Eileen Tressler Lilian Cholod Wilma Carson I1 2 , , J Y 2 . , , , Corinne Kloska, Pat Simpkins, Shirley Peters, LaVon DaVito, Dorothy Tosovsky, Virginia Atwater, Dorothy Swanson Third Rozy: Nancy Anglersqn, Janet Bromage, Shirley Cruse, Carswella Arnold, Mary Bowersock, Mary Anderson, Natalie Ryan, jackie Gilmore, Jeannie Verdun, Claire Chulay, Colleen Clark, Esther Little Serond Row: Betty Schiermeyer, Mary Lou Ross, Loretta Schultz, Charlotte Schmitz, Sally Plitt, Barbara Besen- felder, Marjorie Thorson, Kaye Galvin, Wilma Davis, Betty jo McCully Batiom Row: Shirley Grady, Mary Eagan, Grace Cooley, Rosemary Ryan, Elizabeth Erwood, Mary Alice Enright, Sue Lahl, Loraine Sroczynsk, Shirley Hynes Nor in Pnnel: Janice Murphy Schewe THETA UPSILDN r- V 517 1 i F1 . a-.lafug L iii: - ! ---... i -.-............. l w m.- --?....1i... ---.........,..l...,,.., ---..i.l...,.. --..-.........,.,,,... -i...li..,,,-, ,,l'., t Q. 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Charlotte Klossing, Dorothy Dorch, Loretta Fatland NUI in Panel: Wfanda Gracey, Barbara Liggett, Dorothy Large, Coralie McCarty BETHANYNCIRCLE J i i l-.1-...i. ...,.., . --..1.... .....i,..,. i. l--T-.1..i.... il- ......l..-Q., i.1. ..1. . ..., 1i1.. --1......i.,, ., 1-.-i1.........l.......,, l, --t- ..i1i.. ---i.ii.......i.g..,.,,,. ----................... .,, -Q--. 1' 331,62 ,af:.v? '-a 1 g' Qin 94-'M Jlifgf E egsalfiamib QQ! Ilia? 'Nr' 4 if xi -:Lu x ffs 'w A za, ii- R1 .yy gd? 4' If W, 'Wiz l 335- i mfr Psi ? X ' + ,gi 3, ir ri A riff 1. H WZ f ii: , 11, ' 'S' 42' fi ui 1? .1 'S ., 'Shia'-'iv-h-'f.i '-Jzgle uma .mx ..n H N' ' ., .r,, ,,. we .K-:ge 1- -,ta . ,f-wi. . 5--fr-.YT if 'ri fir'-E "7 1 .','f'1. '.:uq,f1:rigg , ' -.. an -1, - . 1,3 :.f,,-,:':mr- ., -, .. .a:',.F'-Fv- f xg, , :.'-d!??fW.f' -. w il Q:,:.jfS-+15 ,f.11'1f , 1112? Qjlfi'-Jzjb 24--4 P' 1111441 , , Y : ,q .giiw , '-' in -2, '-. .gi-. ' .:i Y. .Mix-A W, 'Q ,U af: .vw , . - if ,yn an X.nJ,f U1 W- I :flair k' f 'fllf 1, . All M., ,. to : ,Mi i fi?-il, 31:05 fi ,Q - -'Ar , VIJU -I IQ f- , lx vi Top Row: Marilyn Deardorif, Emily Hensel, Roberta Kirkpatrick, Norma Lindenmuth, Josephine Lindsay Third -Row: Elaine Marozick, Charlene Workman, Mary Condit, Beverly Andersen, Helen Wyckoff, Naomi Stibolt, Norma Hartman, Barbara Hackett, jean Shaw, Clara Kulesza Second Row: Carol Hafner, Caryl Anderson, Vivian Changnon, Patricia Whitehead, Patricia Kennett, Iris gahlstrom, Marion Hecliger, Kathryn Einbecker, Marian Crammer, jean Plambeck, Constance Nelson, Patricia is Bottom Row: Mary Helen King, Mary Nichols, Mary Catt, Virginia Killian, Rose Strunges, Mrs. Charity Pidcock, Wanda Zabierek, Peggy Place, Lois Sancken, Harriet Brag on, Constance Albaugh BRENTWCDGD MANOR 517 Top Row: Eloise Kreiling, Peggy DeBall, Norma Crow, Helen Kasten, Joan Rewey. Gloria Cimino, Marilla Logan, Lois Todd, Betty Lipari, Margaret Barrett, Shirley Haven, Elizabeth Davis, Mary Thometz Third Raw: Betty Blair, Dorothy Henderson, Ellen Zaret, Gloria Frank, Ruth Hnckman, Dorothy Haye, Alice Misegades. Helen St. Clair, Janet Fults, Shirley Milstein, Esther Alexander, Marforie Campbell, Leona Fincke, Gloria Filipofif Second R0w.'- Dorothy Urdangen, Essie Share, Susan Menkin, Alice Bird, Lois Lesser, Joan Geymer, Helen Head, Martha Foltin, Ruth Macabee, Gertrude Katz, Shirley Goldstein, Vera Carter Boliam Rory: Carolyn Kreiling, Irene Kohler, Jane Brachman, Mary Gambino, Adele Kiesele, Marion Simonson, Vera Williams, Gretchen Raube. Donna Selleg, Geraldine Schramm, Florence Krase, Lucinda Firebaugh, Nancy Heal BUSEY HALL f ,- Top Row.: Helen Anderson, Betty Felts, Ruth Kucera. Carol Strub, Jeannette Altholf, Betty McFarlane, Juanita Davis, Margaret Martin, Elizabeth Koebrich, Harriet Nifong, Janet Van Matre, Lois Birkeland, Georgianne Christensen, Rosemary Jeffries, Betty Ommen, Roberta Green Third Roux' Betty Santer, Doris McLane, Lois Barrow, Ann Manley, Bonnie Knutzen, Lois Isringhausen, Alice 'Grisham, Elizabeth Taylor, Ruth Day, Helen Todd, Mary Burnett, Irene Clausen, Lois Schendel, Ann Hartshorn, Coralie McCarty, Frances Taylor, Priscilla Jacobs, Helen Wfeeks Srrazzd Row: Beverly Markus, Alice Pierzhala, Marilyn Rascher. Mary Glodich, Frances Jones, Ruth Streid, Margaret Mackie, XVilma DeYoung, Helen Zell- man, Jean Zellrnan, Marguerite Hoffman, Virginia Wfilson, Harriet Staley, Audrey Hufford Bnrmm Row: Betty Herman, Laurel Shurson, Roberta Johnson, Patricia Smith, Patricia Johnson, Joan Bailey, Corrine Billian. Jean Cihal, Virginia LaMantia, Marilyn Fossland, Frances Thomas, Judith Zuckerman SIS 1 Top Raw: Ruth Veile, Gloria Cundall, Marion Kurz, Barbara Belknap, Mary Gerty, Lenora Powell, Roberta Wfebb, Mary Stanfreld, Betty Webb, Rosemary Holleb, Barbara Shay, Shirley Bunshaft, joan Frintz, Muriel Broadway Third Row: Betty Anderson, Geraldine Cohen, Marilyn Kurtz, Cylinda Cryder, Eleanor Scholes, Gloria Hudson, Patricia Beavers, Monna Annegers, Betty Mather, Joyce Helmer, Malvina Bartosiewicz, Anna Hampton, Barbara Maxwell, Rivran Levin Serozld Row: Elizabeth Broom, Jeanne Robertson, jane Di Vall, Virginia Chapin, Mary Gambino, Phyllis Shaw, Mary Stover, Mildred McPhee, Norma Harrison, Virginia Davies, Mary Grylls, Martha Samelson, Shirley Erickson Barium Row: .Betty Lose, Anne Himes, Gerry Toland, ,Ioan Fagerburg, joan Williams, Virginia Soklik, Constance Kinneman, Virginia Schlirkan Mary Sullivan, Shirley Cunningham, Betty Rains, Charlotte Bradley, Mynne Schmidt. Ardis Corp BU5F,YJ1'ALL Borchert, Ellen Scott, Barbara Betty XVl1eeler, , Patricia Casey, , Tap Row: Jean Dilley, Verlee Billings, Leona Brahin, Celeste Mishkin, Grace Szosz, Doroth Mlsna, Dolores Mlsna, Rosalind Cook, Ada Gemeny, Betty Truclgen, Norma Brown, Muriel Lennertz, Dorothy Meyer, Eleanor Balsley, Ruth Wiegand, Roberta Pritchard Third Raw: Phyllis Doyle, Jeanne Schroeder, Joyce Rose, Marilyn Stiegelmeier, Dorothy Dennis, Dorothy Hepfer, Mildred Winkleman, Kathleen Boos, Mary Welch, Janis Adsit, Carolyn Bluhrn, Ruth Vinckas, Renee Rossman, Betty Roser, Joan Howard, Carol Kraatz Second Row: Janet Parett, Viriilnia Milton, Jean Ammons, Charlotte Mueller, Jane Hansen, Janice Greenberg, Mrs. M. Gustavson, Beryl Lichtenstein, Pearl Schiff, Lorraine Bonaguidi, arion Godow, Jean Decker, Maxine Wolff Botlam Row: Norma Joley, Elaine Reed, Carolyn Rausch, Camille Placzek, Doris Leva, Phyllis Landerman, Mary Rohling, Patricia Murphy, Lois Jedlicka, Mabel Val Dez, Ruth Heilbronner EVANS HALL Top Row: Virginia Fnller, Jane Nelson, Bertha Stukus, Mary Barthel, Catherine Cover, Jean Vande Voorde, Doris Neumann, Shirley Chase, Helen Finley 'Dorothy Israel, Alice Kennedy, Helen Rennaker, June Tanck, Eleanor Sitter V Tbzfd Row: Betty-Tate, Marguerite Bard, Rosemary Rahn, Virginia Winters, Adele Netter, Carol Swanson, Irene Bcrntsen, Janet Vlhite, Lucie Chalmers D th Pt h Dolores Zie ler, Quintella King, Isabell Holmgren oroy erun1c,l Mg 1 Q Q . 1- 1 V In Second Row: Betty Mickey, Patricia Spalding, Roberta Coale, Rita Downing, Virginia Koontz, Henriet Thal, Ilean Linsky, Patricia Baer, Donna Hanneken Marjorie Peterson, Mariella Aikman Bottom Row: Barbara Miller, Ruthe Cash, XV.mda Rennaker, Jane Goltlthorp, Sally McKeown, Enid Epstein, Billie Chrysler, Nancy Cosby, Isabel Norton Charlotte Newlin 520 Top Joyce Perbix, Muriel Smith, Alice Baranowski, Greta Carlsen, Jenn Voigt, Mary Neivburn, Rnymona Cotta, Helen Evans, Margaret Brenner, Evelyn 0 e Third Row: Mary Przypyszny, Mary Firzst, Patricia Dixon, Patricia Ringgcr, Ellen Menzel, Joan Boriske, Ramona Donahue, Miriam Backs, Shirler: Herbst, Leona Bramen, Sally McKeown, Elaine Taubman I Sammi Row: Frances Hallet, Evelyn Everhart, Lois Finkenbinder, Anita Shapiro. Miriam Sacks, Jessie Christiansen, Elizabeth Syrcle, Helen Willi.1n1s, Sybil Weaver, Dolores Barchrck Boltfgrz Row: Ruth Miller, Frances Phillips, Marjorie Ballinger, Joyce Lange, Marcia Dreymiller, Rachel Larner, Elinor Levin, Anne Mlrnarrch, Isabelle an EVANS HALL 1115 XRHCST NEVADAA 521 i i I Top Raw: Dorothy Wojciechowski, Mary Cunningham, Marie Reace, Nancy Simmons, Margaret Hall, Barbara Anderson, Betty Reeder, Phyllis Trecker, Norma Wible, Deborah Deylitz, Lydra Holmes, Vivian Wood, Rosann Bugarsky, jane Monahan, Doroth Weinz, Lila Wfinterhoff, Evelyn Baird, Darlene Daggett, Shirley Critchlow, Nancy Burns, Florence Wfrobely ' Third Row: Elizabeth Springer, Dorothy Kallio, Evelyn Ekard, Mary Lott jane Meek, Evelyn Olson, Neysa Kirchberg, Elizabeth Gooding, Eleanor Polka, Huram Turner, Joyce Hildebrand, Marilyn Diehl, Genevieve Czerwrnski, Lois Link, Rita rnold, Mary Belland, Carol Wagle, Margery Shols, Norma Schaloske, Carol Lott Boitam Row: Mary Bartlett, Elizabeth Gaebe, Alice Burke, Ann McNamara, Olive Bateman, Mrs. Hitzman, Beverly Solliday, Wilberta Anderson, Frine Marzano, Phyllis Shimkus, Nancy Worslram, Loretta Krentzle, Ruth Boggs, Barbara Shade, JoAnn Reed Bottom Row: Marguerite Petlak, Imogene Fulton, Glenellyn Musgrave, Ruth Morgan, Jean Friess, Shirley Klass, Helen Porterfield, Beryl Bonner, Margaret Hughes, Elinor Schoback, Carolyn Henning CAC2EE,f'ALL x ,,,' 3 gg! y ixii-.----. i itwmvm. L 5 ,,-m N.-. l .,,,, ,,,,..--,:. i 4.,....,k,., , 1 iL,..-,.,W. , 1 I J i e,.-,,T.-.,.. , 4 I i- . ,,,. ,..., l..m..-..... 5 1 H-4.5 f A Y , my i:g3ig:r:'3?:i'iic tr i"" 1i1j3i3j.1,j.1'M" i 522 'U Tuff Rum: Willa Wfhitton, Doris Biellaml, Lynette Phelps, Marilyn Swanson, Patricia Dowling, Betty Johnson Lharlyn Lecncr, Lila Athey, Jean Neese, Jeane Swinehamer, Sarah House Third Row: Helen Garbbert, Marcella Bischoff, Jeanne Fitton, Cecil Myers, Alice Virgin, Mariorie Shattuck Margaret Hampton. Eleanor lcenogle, Julia Stahl, Harriet Masley. Rose Disbrow Second Row: Janice Armitage, Marguerite Rietveld, Norma Whitton, Esther Siemen, Anita Turner, Lois Bland Rosemary Storm. Ila McDonald, Jean Schuder, Loretta Dierkes, Ruth Jacques Bozmm Roux' Rosemary Black, Mary Hansen, Mary Bland, Margaret Brazier, Mary Danner, Mildred Stahl Jennie Ford, Marjorie Harms, Carol Hatlanal, Ruth Tutledge, Patricia Joyce FOU GlZlOUSE 1:-,1 v- 54, -ffji-i'llf.j1i'QiiI! sei-:2'wFffff-J-t4'fi'f'f-1 S ap Row Clarr Blaufarb Mary Fletcher june Ell Mary Baulan Dorothy Hays Margaret Fxsher Marrlyn Schlckedanz Frances Baker La Verne Ascher Eileen Rueif Mary Coogan Mary Rosenburgh Irene Hoelzel ourzb Row Maman Handlxn Patrxcna Armstrong Mary Erkman Elrzabeth Durward Roberta jacobus Emnly Stern Mar aret Hance Audra Brl s Patrlcna Barton Eleanor Erkman Dorothy Zrnxch Norma Blelawskr S gg bud Raw Helene Harrls Belva Pearson Margaret Van Hook Bernlce La Pnre Mary Mathews Loxs Brandt sims liobmson jo Ann Ator Carol Tourtellott Rachel Conxelse Elvira Vlgna Helen Lockhart Maryorre c lusse e Second Row Marlette Ekstem Betty Bond Rose Enevold Vlrgmna Bernard Marilyn Pflaum Sylvia Zlecma Dons Raney Evelyn Damgaard Mary Damgaard Dorothy Knaus Sonya Karlen Bottom Raw Carol Schulman Marjorre Galutla Dolores Duda Ruth Feldmm Mary Scherl Hazel Sobmsky Rachel Clavarella Patricia Gaynor Margaret Johnston Helen Larlmore Constance Roark june Snow Norma Miller An! In Panel Safa Akrepe Marcella Andrews Alme Benoxst Doroth Bercher Delores Bouras Frances I rmpbell Betty Crxpe Betty Dahlberg Vxrgxnla Drelrmann Helen Drxscol Maryorne Dumard ILLllflI HALL iii -l-...-.....,.,.....J imj i ,...,..........,.i-..?.- D -4 ,lvlf - A. Yuv- 'T'-'-D-'I 'i. M' iaLlJ4, -L f it jg- ,- ,fn ,FJ rag, gf' , llq. , ,,, Nw V - W fl 9 he Top Rouw- G-race Zimringajune Sherman, june Meyer, Ruth Barnett, Adele Levine, Marilyn Stern, Leah Meisel, .Naomi Ginsburg, Lorraine Meyer, Dorothy Miller, Virginia Halper, Rhoda Solomon, Rita Robin Tbml Row: Jean- Chubat, Dolores Cherney, Louise Schneider, Lolita Pincoffs, Betty Rosenthal,'Berniee Laffer, Panla Companion, Renee Brown, Charlotte Rosenzweig, Connie Rubin, Rita Kurtz, Phyliss Spiegel, Mildred Spiegel, Gwen Goldstein Serond Raw: Miriam Bahcall, Lois Fcldstein, Cynthia Leban, Phyliss Cohen, Rose-Lee Ross, Charlotte Wenig. 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Elizabeth Ringstrand, Renee Cermak, Idamay Dinsmore, Barbara Byrnes' Third Row: Joyce Moore, Donna McLean, Rosalie Smith, Marjorie Dunlap, Marylou Winandy, Martha Fire- baugh, Sally Dutcher, Betty McIntosh, Maurita Rodgers, Alice Shimer Second Raw: Marian McClintick, Harriet Himes, Marilyn Markel, Kitty Teach, Margaret Phelps, Charlotte Karlson, Patricia Houlihan, Mona Dean, Martha Behr, Ann Kent Bartow Rozy: Jean Krieger, Ethel Rogers, Carol Marquardt, Virginia Lawson, Vesta Anderson, Lorraine Siemiewiec, Joan Moodxe, Audrey May No! in Pnmfl: Susan Kunre THE ryigcgjslow 529 Top Rauf: Joyce Hooper, Mary McPherson, Mary Bath, Lois Lacy, Helen Caveney, Joan Jones, Lois Kary, Merriam Anderson, Marydell Pfeifter, Muriel Patterson, Joy Stiernberg, Angelina Brummer, Mary Keneipp, Shirley Shewhart, Norma Plotner, Barbara Karkow Third Raw: Melva Baughman, Millie Alford, Charlotte Altheide, Estaline Ulmer, Meta Keller, Marilyn Edwards, Gayle Neubauer, Mary Petty, Ethelyn Mosirove, Frances Kendrick, Virginia Cavins, Ruth Medendorp, Mary Livingstone, Billie Fathauer, Dorothy Quin an, Barbara Christiansen, Jacqueline Wlxynot, Pat Hanford, Ann Jinkins, Dorothy Rust Second Row: Helen Beilke, Mary Bryant, Jean Galek, Eloise Metzger, Mary Banon, Frances Wilmeth, Mary Kruh, Joyce Neubauer, Emily Stock, Ferne Douglass, Margaret Carlsen, Anna McCammon, Gratia Becker, Mary Moore, Bernadine Porter, Clara Adrian Bottom Raw: Ethel Brown, Marilyn Robinson, Mary Crawford, Anne Butzow, Gwen Gray, Betsy Perteit, Dorothy Sherrard, Joanne Dowell, Betty Claycomb, JoAnn Robinson, Dorothy Degenkolb, Marion Schwetz, Peggy Pool, Koreen Krapf Not in Panel: Dorothy Hawver, Marie Nicewander, Lucy Chin, Helen Gurkow, Marie Ostrom HALL Qi ' ei. 5 , 's 15 T424 .71 Dec' ,Mn F3332 -vm. vw' FffI'T'5W":":F"' B l1",f . ,i , i E , 530 l L 1 i. t L,, if E: , .,., X rl k at P, P it.. , 3 , ,Z A 3.....l.. l i r....... ..., -, 1 L, ,.-,..,. ., ,. is 'L i ilu.. ., E l ,-. i 1 Q Y, .. ,, L.-, ,.,.. , I I 2 fi' .-v .i?.-rim-H g,-.....,--. ... . ,,....,-,,...,...c . - ,. ig r' Fi ,. ,J X V kf..,-,..,...,-- i 'fgfffffl It-1... f Top Row: Treqsa Kimble, julienne Renaud, Barbara Howard, Rose-Marie Holston, Wahneta Taylor, June Baum, Phyllis Faytak, jean Parke, jane Bremer, Varclith Levy Third Rqw: Jean Carmocly, Emily Kuras, Elaine Zworykin, Donna Butler, Juliette Dean, Mary Albright, Connie Albright, Roberta Bobsm, Agatha Schmidt, Marianne Spencer, Audrey jones Second Row: Kathleen Eads, Mary Moore, Florence Karwacki, Doris Davenport, Dorothy Holsten, Sylvia Wacker, Dolores Capoun, Helen Stone, Elizabeth Evans, Phyllis Shafts Bottom Row: Ione Wolf, Loretta Guintoli, Edna Gallanis, Beverly Biendenkoff, Marie Bracler, Betty jane Dyer, :fmbw-,ll--,jig ,EH Charlotte Maxwell, Shirley Wallin. Nancy Erickson, Lois Ross Q DQ, it Q '-5 'N' ....giii3t-,t,t,,,,2fQ ' 3 a.1.,.:-.-,,M,w.a.?...1g.,.aga2mJ, ,yQ,,,DQii,,,,,?ffQ2 .M-4 A if ,le ' ' 5, V , ki, - mfelfail 412 EAST GREEN 531 Top Row: Rose jemsek, Jeanne Leslie, janet Olson, Helen Schwerdt, Beverly Addierzo, Maxine Cargill, Barbara Bonne, Charmian Chase, Joan Collins, Evelyn jackowski, Beverly Bell, Helen Polenske, Audrey Anderson, Caryl Morse, Anna Bell Johannes, Mary Louise Burtle Third Row: Adora Del'Gran0, Delphine Baldwin, Francis Robinson, Mary Zonnini, Sylvia Sitavich, Margaret Nelnehay, Elizabeth.Bonnes, Shirley Hawk, Bettie Mintun, Helen Zamis, Edna Snyder, Lolita Seghetti, Anita Rehorst, Patricia Scott, Erene Fredell, Virginia Tomasian Second Row: Adele King, Bernice Calderone, Lois Sproat, Mary Lou Cole, Mary Ellen Bainter, Evelyn Mando, Maria Cosmas, Mildred johnson, Minnie Giachetto, Mary Ritchie, Ann Harey. Joyce Elledge, Ruth Sinks. Lila Andersen Barium Row: Catheryn Bowen, I.aVerne Jurasin, Helen Pearn, Sally Luchs, gcune Branding, Lorraine Mantas, Benrta Schreiber, Imelda Dwyer, Mary Zuliani, Mary LaPlante, Evelyn jaza , Rita Anderson Not in Pzmel: Colette Bergen, Bonnie johnson, Mary Savina, Bernadine Klein, Edna Nadworny MENOMEIE MANOR f Top Row: Katherine Morgan, Helen Moyers, Paulita North, Rosemary Robinson, Lois Zornig. Betty Reeder, Eleanor Moore, Portia Dorman, Marion Agnew, Barbara Anderson, Juanita Roush, Virginia Baker Third Raju: Shirley '0'Neil, Winiired Jennings, Florence Christiansen, Patricia Towers, Patricia Connolly, Phyllis Rohde, Alice Martz, Carolyn Wildman, julia Rochow, Louise Rice, Norma Wlallis, Phyllis Riedesel, Norma Johnston, Eleanor Kennedy Serum! Raw: jean Creighton, Emily Hensold, Elizabeth Turner, Ruth Rohde, Anne Burster, Anita Goby, Helen Bowditch, Margaret Taylor. Dorothy Lanham, Helen Newby, Eva Engel, Agnes Shaw BUUUWI Row: Gloria Weidner, Carol Lnube, Mierley Brown, Lois Miller, Helen Johansen, joan Rapp, Doris Rosendale, Sally Karstetter Nor in Panel: Ann Curry PRESBYTERIAN HALL 533 l Y Top Raw: Margy Wmuodburn, Eileen Daehler, Gwen Hackerson, Virginia Luft, Nona Bruns, Dorothy Mattes, Marie Knippel, Joyce Lindblom, Barbara McMahon, Doris Taylor, Beverly Veech. Dorothy Vernor, Jean Parker, Mary Meagher, Barbara Harnden Serond Row: Ruth Edson, Juanita Taylor, Norma Swanson, Jeanette Houpr. Audrey Franklin, Janet Olson, Jean Walker, Marjorie DeFreitas, Marye Skelly, Jane Pichon Bottom Row: Peg Montgomery, Maxine Evans, Marjorie Stewart, Roberta Eflfland. Nancy Bruce, Kathleen Branigan. Catherine Palecek, Abbie Olson, Betty Blomquist SHAWNEE J J 534 K 1 v 5 ,. .u ..A,,.. ,...,..,... .,.,,i-,.v., i 'z tlfll i....,..,.. 1 i l 1 i 4 1 I. .M-.. F... VW. r.,.... F...-. Y... i M.,- l, A... , im. ., 1 L.. 2 '- A "ff-s V.. 3... 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Bemis, june Maier, jacquelyn Henry, Kathryn Meilinger, Arthiel Spaulding, Nora Beers Carolyn Rudor , Helen Focht Bottom Row: Beulah Kimber, Maxine Berman, Mina Woods, Leavitta Brewer, Janice Kuhns, Jana Ransdell Sally Weiner N01 in Panel: Mary Caldwell WEATHERLY HALL 212 EAST CHALMERS 537 l Top Row: Mary Patrick, Jane Wolf, Mary Danforth, Shirley Braun, Phyllis Paulsen, Betty jo Hart, Shirley Harris, Neva Nell Hudson . Third Row: Marjorie Wesley, Gilda Hasemeyer, Shirley Sanders, Wfilma Hascmeyer, Lois Lehman, Catherine Attebery, Rosemary Butler, Clara Olson, Doris Dugan Sec0nd.Rozu.' Mary Kraft, Lois Stern, Barbara Attebery, Eileen janda, Martha Lynn Baker, Shirley Bolliger, Shirley Cole, Beverly Kafka, Shirley Stremmel, Janice Skelton Baltol?zHRag: Nancy Carlson, Winifred Crookston, Louise Krebs, Barbara Ann Sumner, Rita Oldham, Catherine Leone, Barbara Heinz, Marian 1 ing am WELSH HOUSE 1005 YVEST NEVADA 538 ALCESTIS V Tap Row: Florence Witges, Sarah Stull, julann Brya, Alice Riechman, Mary Renner, Mary Kruse, Dorothy Small, Ruth Belyea, Mary Roberts Serond Raw: Doris White, Jean Thompson, Virginia Metzler, Joanne Terry, Lorraine Watkins, Mary Stouffer, Mary Bruner, Mary Beedle Bottom Row: Betty Small, Mary Cannon, Norma Tanner, Margaret Cox, Sigred Iben, Doris Kirkpatrick, Joan Webster, Evelyn Wilson Nolxgz Panel: Judith Johnson, Edith Maeda, Rose Meaney, R. jerauldine McClurg, Jeanne Robertson, Francie Speirs, Mildred Stewart, Georgia Van Buskilk, Althea arner ALPHA HOUSE Top Raw: Hellen Tomic, Marjorie Reed, Velma Bland, Jean Willc, Doris Nelson, Verna Flesner, Lucille Magnusson, Ellen Attebury, Letha Skeeters, Berle Garrett Boitom Row: Katherine Krone, Norma Withum, Martha Gruba, Betty Schwab, Shirley Granzow, Irene Dawson, June Rumery ,539 BETA HOUSE Top Row: Shanno Wike, Marilyn Swartswalter, Luoise Peters, Stella Frank, Winif1'ed Combs, Eunice Jacobek, Blanche Popelka, Doris Evans, Lois Hanselman Second Row: Phyllis Davis, Flora Offner, Helen Cline, Juanita Gaumer, Ruth Wolfe, Evelyn Lind, Barbara Moody Bolfam Raw: Helen Tate, E. Darlene Bradley, Verna Lathrop, Amy Heltzel, Jeanne Leader, Dorothy Manby, Miriam Wrigley CHATTERLY HALL Top Raw: Lily Sloboda, Nancy Evans, Norma Olson, Louise Monson, Beverly Sears, Mary Bowers, Nancy Hall, Anna Robinson Second Raw: LaVcrne Nowakowski, Carol Peterson, Helene Wfeedman, Barbara Basse, Nadine Duerwachter, Beverly Erven, Darlene Iggstrom Bottom Raw: Silvia Vidalakis, Helen Bartley, Jacqueline Laney, Jo Ann Strubinger, Lois Garbulski, Margaret Lowe 540 COLONIAL MANOR Top Rqzu: Lenore Rogal, Ruth Perz, Mary johnson, June Pack, Lillian Faustner, Katherine Hawks, Jeanne Postlewaite, Florence Hulla, Mary Perkins, Katherine Felt, Shirley Michal, Barbara Wilkening, jean Small Boltom Raw: Dorothy johnson, julia Montgomery, Mildred Williams, Nancy Wolfe, Magdalene Kaminsky, Alice Pryor, jean Donovan, Louise Stewart, Marie White, Marietta Provanca , Lois Bowers, Patsy Patch, Patricia Green CH EZ-NOUS Top Row: Ina Johnson, Laurel Hruda, Neva Larimore, Margaret Wilson, Mary Focht, Anita Johnson Bottom Row: Gloria Stremsterfer, Bonniejean Schmieg, Mrs. Nellie Duncan, Wanda Doyle, Barbara Hughes 541 EMCDN KAI TEON CLUB Toy Row: Doris'Talman, Sandra Bernstein, Esther Slavick, Rochelle Levin, Rhoda Chayken, Elaine Steinberg Third Raw: Janlee Brown, June Weis, Shirley Shapiro, Lois Goldberg. Thelma Serlin. June Dolgonos Serond Row: Elaine Berg, Rena Allegan,-Bernice Morgenstein, Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, Evalee Gomberg, Rollie Savitt, Gloria Holland Bottom Row: Loretta Dover, Amelia Lewis, Norma Kleinman, Beverly Malow, Barbara Wise, Joanne Hyman FRAKER HOUSE Top Row: Mary Ross, Barbara Cruse, Mary Cam , Betty Marshall, Elaine Hudak, Marcia Tenezar Third Row: Mayme Vacketta, jean Strever, Phyllis XVitt, Althea Vollaricl, Martha Shannon, Dorris Woodard, Nanette Reddock Serum! Row: Marilee Cowgur, Ann Caravassos, Helen Sharp, Mrs. Fraker, Regina Bojanowski, Carolyn Hamrick, jcnnyl Segelhorst Firrt Row: Mary Tenezar, Helen Hammer, Janice Corrigan, Ruth Courtright, Wilma Pellizzari, Nancy Rose, Elizabeth Mine Not in Panel: Marge Hagi, Phyllis Harber, june Martin, Alice Dowling, Lois Patrich, Mary Murray, joy Williams 542 S GAMMA HCDUSE Top Row: Barbara Hobson, Nancy Engandela, Mary Bethflacobson, Dulcena Purvis, Kathleen Ellickson, Margaret Neill, Eleanor Swanson, Lois Monroe, Ina Herbrig Bottom Row: Phyllis Amacher, Nancy Johnson, Toni omic, Catherine Snow, Lynette Kirby, Margery Cushman, Janet Hickman Not in Panel: Shirley johnson HARMONY HOUSE Tap Raw: Francine Travis, June Resnick, Syril Bodenstein, Maxine France, Beverly Edelman, Jackie Cooper, Beverly Meclow, Edna 'Spear Third Row: Iris Cowan, Marilyn Vitto, Maxine Kanter, Miriam Faber, Deborah Kappel, Natalie Fisher, Shirley Becker, Beverly Steinberg Second Row: Shirley Gawsner, Constance Savat, Ruth Cerkel, Jeanne Ashkanazy, Miriam Salnicky, Phyllis Greenberg, Ruth Greenblatt Boltom Row: joan Gimpel, Susan Ulman, Renie Lerner, Eunice Levine, Phyllis Brown, Gilda Marks Not in Panel: Phyllis Peck, Amy Lief 543 HILLCREST Top Raw: Marilyn Howard, Lillian Parker, Mary Binkley, Betty Ater, Marjorie Kammerer Second Raw: Wilda Zilm, Betty Fisher, Ida Stiner, Marian Cremer, Nadine -Iarand Bottom Raw: Evangeline Willett, June Stribling, Evelyn Bryant, Marian Haines, Eleanor Graham Not in Panel: Peggy Nienhaus HUNTLEIGH HALL Tap Row: Sharlee Davis, Kathryn Boyd, joan Gardner, Mrs. Bessie Ray, Patricia Brown, Nancy Cook, Mary Ruff Sefond Row: Ruth Studeny, Janice Howard, Rosemary Evans, Mary Colliflower, Cornelia Haynie, Roberta Rayburn Bottom Row: Helen Storm, Fairlene Kirchhoefer, Lorraine Wfalker, Shirley Rosner, Kathryn French, Joyce Silber Not in Panel: Norma Press, Valetta Press 544 2 Q A Z' l , V,,. , , -I were ' 55? , " ' , -- E gg: Q , ILLIANA LODGE Top Raw: Elizabeth McRae, Loretta Grabarek, Lois Green, Betty Kostial, Mary Hyland, Matilda Fazekas, Mrs. Elmer Rogers Serum! Raw: Loretta-Skorupu, Nancy Mmteer, Virginia Swain, Marie Ostrom, Patricia Robinson, Joan Kuhris, Louise Richardson Baitogrz Row: Catherine Hyland, Emma Kopp, Jeanette Jacobs, Marjorie Sagraves, Marion Benna, Anne Klein Not In Panel: Anne Shel abargcr IVRIA Top Raw: Bernice Ozeran, Lucille Galler, Anne Shklair, Elaine Berry, Roslyn Reinglass. Evelyn Zipperstein, Carola Jacobson, -Carolyn Korb . Third Row: Ronny Blumberg, Gloria Sage, Ellen Conovitz, Rosaline Marx, Eva Riese, Shirley Srnger, Yvette Hirschheld, -Muriel Schulman, Shirley Pohn Second Row: Marillyn Pinkus, Edith Kasper, Jean Block, Charlotte Cantor, Suzanne Litvak, Bernice Lending, Norma Linkon, Ruth Bender Botlom Raw: Charlene Palman, Carol Ziyof, Henrietta Klapman, Barbara Kaplan, Alice Fox, Ruth Berkowitz Not in Panel: Elaine Blum 7 iv S , s , at ' tl, J as , A X LEINAD MANOR x Top Row: Amy Fuhrberg, Jessie McLuckie, Gloria Fletcher, Virginia Bowton, Dorothy Anderson, Nancy Hess, Mary Ware Serond Raw: Muriel Huber, jean Cahill, Lois Gee, Mrs. Bertha Essenpreis, Betty Johnson, Pearl Sabath, Elizabeth Morphy Bottom Row: Margaret Close, jean Huber, Betty Tountas, Betty Brothers, Virginia Mero, Caroline Perry, Carol Cathcart LCDCKE MANGR A GD J-vm Top Raw: Ruth Kunlcle, Marjorie Huddleston, Marie Tilley, Barbara Shaffer, Marjorie Bauer, Doris l-Iolsman Bofzom Row: Elizabeth Roberts, Ruth Bardwick, Rose Hartman, Norma McKean, Donna Holsman, Alice Cooper 546 5 LOWRY LODGE , 'I K Tap Row: Helenann Taymor, Rose Feigen, Fern Ferguson, Phyllis Bender, Gail Goldsmith, Marilyn Isler, Helene Kirshenhaum Second Row: Norma Kaplan, Ann Yavitt, Evelyn Duboff, Arlene Trilling, Shirley Greenschlag, Raiza Tuchman, Norma Appel I Botlom Row: Helen Eisen, Shirley Pomper, Betty Burstein, Ruth Plotnick, Virginia Rabin, Seema Kahn, Shirley Sugerman, Delores Goode PETITE MAISON ,. K. ,N ,.M, , Q F' V .M V r' so F .....,...e..,,..s., uusuqnnuuuq 1-.1 Tap Row: Marilyn XVill, Elaine Wilson, Ruth Sebens, Romona Hart, Katherine Simpson Semnd Raw: Ruth Rasmussen, Betty Howard, Marilyn Daigh, Mary Babcoc, Wlinifred Moehle Botrom Row: Rosalie Thompson, Ethel Wfood, Adeline Kulig, Katherine Wlhite 547 ,nt 'N' ---.-.......EM.,., r" ---.-.............,,., ................,...,,. a PRICE CLUB ,, Top Row: Barbara Yunker, Dorothy Albert, Elinor Hopkins, Elaine Rozmarek, Edith Miller, Kathleen Kelly Third Row: Ann Schoenoff, Marian Dubsky, Helen Allen, Donelcla Rockwell, Ruth Frohardt, Margaret Williams Sefona' Row: Marilyn Young, Doris Mallory, Frances Satterlee, Ruth Coultas, Barbara Mouritsen, Mary Hanning Bottom Raw: Margaret Anderson, Shirley Esenther. Virginia Mysiak, Marilyn Hopkins, Margaret Kaschak Noi in Panel: Ruby Moore, june Saley PRI-DER 1 Top Raw: Ruth Robinson, Phyllis johnson, Jean Campbell, janet Bute, Shirley Hartman, Sally Zerwckh Bottom Row: Helen Motko, Vilma Boubelik, Ramona Russell, Ioan Neff, Marie Engelman 548 REETER CLUB i l l l 1 cl Top Raw: Dorothy Eastburn, JoAnne Schmidt, Margaret Reed, Elma Drenan, Dolores White, Vera Madsen, Irene jones, Naomi Speckman, Esther Brittingham, Barbara Gulfey, Marian Leigh Second Row: Katherine Thompson, Olga Kalapaca, joan Siegfried, Mariam Barr, Edna Meadors, Louise Welch, Betty Kornegger, Valeria Vore Baitom Row: Fleta Beisner, Eloise St. Clair, Mary Allen, Katherine Baker, Normajune Luthy, Patricia Brockhausen, Patricia Roller, Norma Willis WESCOGA Top Row: Jane Alayu, Rachel Davidson, Martha Carlisle, Sylvia Hall, Adeline Garfield, Shirley Hall, Florence Jacobson Bottom Raw: Sylvia Helper, Frances Patrick, Anita Rice, Patricia Bean, Eva Dreikurs, Jeannette Twichell Not in Panel: Katherine Glasgow, Marian Davis 549 WAHINA Tap Raw: Lois ffalcott, Mary Richards, Helen Brown, Frances Bartholomew, Dolores Rossi, Barbara Holland, Hazel Rummer S'ecand'Row: Elsie Holloway, Bette Duck, Helen. Kohout, Rose Grippo, Ruth Cervenka, Laura Barnard, Gloria Tiritilli, Mary Crory, Jean Thomson Bottogn Raw: Beryle Harris, Lois Brumrtt, Connie Pishos, Joyce Brumback, Alice Seleski, Dorothy Olson, Suzanne Palmer, Lois Barnard Nat In Panel: Mary Vandenberg, june Young BARTCDN HOUSE l 1 Tap Row: Wesley King, Maurice Ott, Charles johnson, Hubert Watton, George Becker. Donald Brown, Lee Lutz Fourth Row: Jerome Klose, William Hahn, John Havens, Vernon Klockzien, Kenneth Baker, Walter Merker, Robert Smith, Edward Levin, jack Spencer, Ralph Fisher, Mich el Simon Thing Ro2ii1z:bEdvgard O'Donnell, Donald Johnsen, George Traindafillidis, Walter Ross, Kenneth Elliott, Everett Sachnoff, Thomas Stein, Ronald Brown, Nathan Kronen- etg, ert as Seror1d1Raw2 Brunos Dombrowski, Charles Azzarello, Kenneth Gray, Earl Prince, David Goldstein, Victor Drower, Sidney Goldberg, Charles lse, Frank Verego, john R ton Bofloffii low: Fay Eubank, Harold Ready, George Bartunek, XVilliam Hoke, Harold Oelke, Warren Reinhold, julian Pallasch 550 S Top Row: Alexander Kundrotas, Russell Birk, Robert Buckman, Bill Blankenberg, Lennart Anderson, Rex Wiederanders, Bob Sprunger, Ted Levby, Arthlur Ikenn, Bernard Mack, Donald Croxton, Melvin Lewin, Ralph Swedlund, George Ehrlich, Melvin Straus, Kenneth Litchfield, Ro ert Sc armer Third Row: Tom Gallanis, Dean Rasset, Richard Blomberg, William Schubert, Jim Qeorgakas, Warren Wille, Robert Johnson, Norman Sadewater, James St. John, James Reinschreiber, Edward Wickersham, Harold Harvatin, Robert Boyd, Eugene Kolkey, Jean Blackwelder Serond Row: Delloyd Stranahan, Jerome Lipin, Allen Jeter, Donald Page, Frederick Hook, Donald DeThorn, jack Allison, Willard Tesch, Bernard Snyder, Thomas Barschak, Paul Bradford, Lee Trachtenberg, Richard Spitz, Howard johnson Batlom Row: Louis Fischer, Joseph LaPolombara, john Stuhl, Paul Kostyniuk, George Kouros, Joseph Levon, Robert Bishop, Robert Squires, Slavomir I-Ianus, Bernard Anderhous, Howard Abrams, Burton Young, Daniel Steinberg, jerry Kharasch GRANQQOQ CLUB 551 1 Tap Row: Steve Krc, Anthony Rusch, Elmer Luber, Charles Watkins, James Campbell, Aldo Caucig, Daniel Shapiro, Richard Arms, Robert Karow, Robert Williams, Clifford Gotaas, Harold Malstrom, Leonard Macewicz, Charles Watkins, john Hickey, Ralph Matusiak, Sheldon Mells SEt'077d.R01U.' Harold Meyfra William. Donahue, Rodney Breunlin, Stanley Weller, Howard Farr, Wayne Drom, Raymond Fisher, Frank Miller, Neal Suppiger, John Painter, Keith Stroupe, Edgar leiner, Louis Brown, Donald Gervens, Clifton Tiss, Alex Roter, Glenn Scharp, Elmer Kostka Boflom Row: David Afton, Lee Ehrlich, Philip Nicolosi, Charles Jacoby, Chester Kohl, Harold Leeds, Dominic Princyrali, William Rhodes, Harold Briggs, Albert Krueger, Claude Frey, Wlrlliam Parsons, Harold Dusenbury, Edward Gibala, Nelson'Gordy, Erwin Besserer, Norman Hollenback, Harry Novak ANNEX HALL r Tap Row: Arnold Learner, Albert Rosenberg, Herman Quinn, Seymour Vogel, Irving Kampf, Philip Ruby, Sanford Remington, Carl Wfilson, Jack Stein, Marshall Linsky, William Niggemeyer, Morris Rubin, Leonard LRCIIOWICZ, Pimip Aniksrein Second Raw: David Learner, Leverett Lappin, Edwin Schlosser, Julian Saper, Frederick Lederer, john Braz-inskis, Michael Ordanik, Bernard Gothelf, Erwin Kohn, john Bruer, Martin Parisot, Gordon Fisher, Gerald Balentyne, Aix Harrison, Joseph Eisenberg Bottom Row: Harold Franz, Robert Chejlava, Otto Seeman, Robert Sidlo, William McKenzie, William Cox, Harold Pittel, Norman Simmans, Samual Anikstein, Melvin Torch, James Saul, john Richard Davis, William Maxim, Arthur Gottschalk, Robert Spaulding 552 Tap Row: Robert DeCaluwe, Kenneth Gelms, Robert Monsarrat, Lloyd Dunnett, Lewis Ahlin, Ted Burgwald, Burton Cordry, William Rosenthal, lohn Browning, James Smith, Paul Guerretass, Earl Mizell, Kay Blin, Medill Bienenfeld, Philip Seely, Michael Siveik, Carl Johnson, Robert Frost, Louis Matusrak, Patrick Flannery Second Row: William Davis, Thomas Kelly, Robert Seal, Elmer Schmitz, William Green, Lowell Stevenson, .Cylrus Kirshner, Burleigh Cooper, Richard Delleneld, Glenn Burgwald, Thomas MacAdoo, jack Goss, Howard Westerholt, Gene Laurenzi, David Rogow, Leonard Walt: es, Don Tucker, Edward Perlman, Rnehard Ling Botzom Row: Edward Lundquist, Victor O'Brien, William Thompson, Carl Johnson, William Arthur, Ernest .Krivi, William Rosen, Wayne Shadwrck, Louis Erdelyan, William Burns, Odell Kirk, Morris Recktor, Charles Moore, Allan Krell, Vernon Lucas, Robert Hardy, William Gulette, Louis Wappe I I P' , , Q ' ' L' NNEX HALL f ,Ky Yi Q Q SPRINGFIELD AND ROMINE Q ffsagwaegggfsrsawf ' 35? gig , -4.2-.F , - tif: sh,-zr.,,,mf5Q,:Q-, - ,f 2' 31 , - Z W? ..,,fJ' , ,, ,. ,,,,, ,SQ ,,.,.. . .. . 6 JZZM.. M r 4 ,QW 553 Tap Raw: Wayne Ring, Sylvan jaenke, joseph Poskin, Thomas Neal, Phillip Bly, Donald Berning, Paul R. Powell, Ancil jones, Loren Kabbes, Robert Redman, Bernard Friedman, Michael Simon, Bertram Karpf, jerome Siegel, Leonard Staugas, Peter Yarmoluk, Richard Witte Third Row: James McCarthy, Kenneth Watson, William Knight, John Mee, Morris Wexler, james Dickinson, john Cress, james Davis, Frederic Richter, Michael Holzman, Robert White, Willard Heaton, George Pohn, Stanley Salzman, Sidney Steinberg, Curtis Bunting, George Hughey, Arvid Norman Second Row: Edward Brandt, Donald Schneider, Carl Anderson, Ernest Brockschmidt, Kennard Manchester, Seymour Friedman, Morton Silver, Constantine Houpis, Judson Sanderson, Arthur Lassers, Harold Strom, James Derks, Robert Reisch Boftom Raw: Glendall King, Edward Webb, Seymour Kaplan, john Turnbull, Samuel Wigodner, Orville Kahn, john Ralston, Orland Shefve- land, Leslie Schenk, Richard Schaller, Edward O'Donnell, Edward Boyle MENS RESIDENCE HALL SENIORS 1215 SOUTH FOURTH 554 -1 Top Row: James Johnston, Alan Medendorp, John Pollard, Robert Huffman, Carl Walter, Jack Boyd, Richard Galavan, Robert H. Johnston, Donald Thurow, Ernest Filles Third Row: George Ricker, Robert Hodge, Lorimer Crews, Richard Hunter, Alfred Miller, Clarence Westlake, John Steenhausen, John Allen, Wallace Strow, Gerald Parker Serond Row: Harry LaPlante, George Smith, William Pape, Rex Holmes, Arthur Linclburg, Victor Day, Bill Baker, Francis Strehl, Joseph Stiz Bottom Row: Harold Kemp, Maurice Baxter, Don Lesswell, James Egbert, Dan Hon, Robert Bengel, Robert Bannon, Lawrence Brown RUSTE ARMS amp if N Top Row: Frank Farley, Jack Carey, Lyman Shaw, William Adams, George Burridge, Chris Karras, Albert Bumgardner, George Tilton, Robert Chenalloy, Clyde Anderson, james Mohan Third Row: Randall Beasley, Duke Silverstrini, Ste han Tonsor, Theodore Reed, Frederick Bauling, Robert Londrigan, William Maddox, Russel Sherer, Paul Fenoglio, George Lawrence, James Gjarner, Earl Antrim Second Raw: Vince DiGiulia, Charles Cantrell, Arthur Eger, Myron Browning, john Maguire, Robert MoEet, Howard Wachtel, Harold Larson, A Jack Schneider, Howard Stewart, Robert Davlin, james Londrigan Bottom Row: Charles Jones, Kenneth Nelson, Edward Sweeney, Calvin Merkle, Richard Lindholm, Ervin Nommensen, Mrs. Besse Curzon, Robert Jones, Robert Wehrle, Richard Zogg, Keith Jordan Nat in Panel: Louis Ruffolo, Chuck Maddox, William Haven WENATCHEE HGUSE 556 l CCDLLEGE HALL Y...-.- Tap Row: Michael Banchy, Howard McBride, Samuel Rosenberg, Gaston Silva, Jorge Echaurren, Donald Sartore, Samuel Zeman, Al Zimmerman, Howard Phillips, Joseph K onka, Pete Gregonis. William Ziegler, Wesley Mundil Sevarij Rag: Vnilliam Kelley, Chris Veremis, Omer Green, Harold Terry, james Woods, Walter Pagel, Harry Vanderbilt, Robert Bedford, Ernest Boyaris, Rnbert Danley, eroy ouga Boffam Raw: Albert Malelo, Robert Flink, james Craig, Patricio Grez, Samuel France, Norman Bolotin, Andy Zacek, Carl Bamhart, Leroy Johnson I l 7012 Row: Parke Barnard, Arthur Hemming, Charles Reace, Marvin Wahlstrom, james Leigh Serorgdhlfoliur William Skelton, Robert Fenity, William Gibler, Richard Morgan, Homer Crouse, Charles Zaloga, Richard Coclerre, William Messer, James Gilchrist, Oscar c ric er .- Bottom Raw: Joseph Mortimer, Robert Bohl, joseph Slaker, John Brophy, Harold Lewis, Frederic Zeisler, Walter Vivrett, George Kopchak, John Forbes, james Fritz 5 5 7 FIRESIDE Top Raw: Jack Collins, Robert Allan, Donald Schlickan, William Ditzler, Charles Austin, William Thrasher Second Row: Robert Fessler, Maurice Womack, Richard Garner, Edward Wri ht, Howard Koontz Bottam Row: Walter Kevern, George Sailor, john Harrington, Ross Leib, William Berkey LCJCJKOUT MANCR Top Row: Richard Rapp, Allyn Morgan, Arthur Rose, Charles Biegel, Robert Gross, Everett Hopson Second Row: Arthur Muehling, Frank Dufour, Hugh Bradish, Peter Bruni, Richard Slottow Boflam Row: Charles Muehling, john McKaskie, Guy Tanner, Howard Rapp, Dean Hopkins, Robert Metzger Noi in Panel: Thomas Burton 558 J I E I i Q I 2 i BRONZE TA B L E T LaVerne Bloomberg Norman Bollis Edward Colin, Jr. june Collier Edith Fisher Eleanore Greenwood Meyer Gunther Alice Harmon Margaret Haygood Robert Henning Elizabeth House McReynolds Betty Issacs Norman jones Doris Judson A David Kahn Howard Kasik Carol Koepke Nancy Kollman 5 62 Alice Koehler Mary Lambert Jeanette Lindsay Dorothy Litherland jean Lovendahl Alice Meserve Lane Lorraine Mieschke Robert Mosborg Bernice Ranz Sidney Rushakoff john Schumaker Marcia Shurte janet Sisson Margaret Stewart Raymond Van Paucke Ruth Wahlberg Helen Whitson flaw ff 'U I f Mr gig-1 , a ii- ,, 72 : ' SY .,ff,Y' Sf rv ALPHA ZETA Cl3!l7lCCH07' . . . . . .Andrew Harris Cemor . . . . . .Donald Henegar Scribe .... .... E rnst Biberstein T1'erzsz11'e1' . . . . .Ralph Burnett Cbrovziclm' . . . . . .Ralph johnson The Morrow Chapter of Alpha Zeta, at the Univer- sity of Illinois, is an honorary agricultural fraternity with a membership of twenty students and over one hundred faculty men. The object of this fraternity is to inspire high standards of scholarship, morals. and culture, to promote the advancement of agriculture, and to train its members to be leaders in every line of this great science. Members are chosen from the students in the Col- f rl' bi if -'31 1, IX ffvx ftix lege of Agriculture who have demonstrated outstand- ing scholarship, leadership, and character qualifica- tions during their Hrst three semesters. These men fur- ther develop their ability through close association with the faculty members, and by practical application in inspiring other students to attain the goals of leader- ship, scholarship, and character which Alpha Zeta symbolizes. 1 Top Row: Delmar Wilken, Ralph Burnett, john Schuett, Ralph Johnson, Eldon Larson, Wilman Davis Serand Raw: Zealy Holmes, John Thompson, Floyde Walker, Charles Reimer, Leo Curtin, Donald.Henegar I I Bottom Row: Ernst Biberstcin, Kenneth Gorden, Wendell Hall, Prof. Franklin Reiss, Andrew Harris, Dr. David Wrmer Not nz Panel: George Carlisle, .Elmer Olson, Gerald Miller, Bernard Kaufmann, Robert Hinton 563 GARGOYLE OFFICERS President ...... .................. J ames Derks Vice-President . . . . .Howard Schroeder Secretary ..... . . .William Muchow Tvfearurer . . . . .Charles Richardson The purpose of the society shall be to advance archi- tectural and allied interests, and to promote a spirit of good fellowship among its members. Gargoyle, national scholastic honorary society of architects, was founded at Cornell University. On the Illinois campus a local honorary named Psi Mu, founded in the spring of 1914, became the Beta chapter of Gargoyle on january 4, 1917. Members are elected on the basis of scholarship, personality, and character, with emphasis placed on the students' scholastic average. Awards are presented annually to undergraduate students for outstanding work in architectural design and architectural engi- neering. The society provides an impetus for high standards of work in the school of architecture. Honorary members may be elected from members in the college and University faculty and from those who won special distinction in the field of architecture and allied fields. Top Raw: Charles Rubinelli, Albert Hoover, Warren Schwulst, Paul Brandt, Myron Sielaff, William Sayre, Charles Richardson Second Row: Donald Knorr, William Muchow, George Clark, William Benson, Allen Rudolph, Benjamin Shayrnan, Wallace Kagawa Battogn Row: Howard Schroeder, james Derks, Cyrus Palmer, Rexford Newcomb. Newlin Morgan, Driver Lindsay, Sakig Altay Nat rn Panel: William Butorac, Glen Frazier, Donald Lippincott, Joseph Oberfranc, Richard Schoenberger, Stanley Thier 564 TAU BETA PI President ....... . . .Arthur Leininger Vice-President .......... ....... W ayne Ring Cowespondirzg Secretary. .. .... Lawrence Breinin Treaswer ............... ..... W illiam Myers The history of Tau Beta Pi, since its founding in 1885 by Edward Higginson Williams, jr., has been one of constant expansion. From its beginning at Lehigh University it has grown to its present size of seventy-nine active chapters. The fraternity was conceived to recognize those who confer honor upon their Alma Mater by dis- tinguished scholarship in undergraduate work, or by their achievements as alumni in the Held of engineer- ing, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. Tau Beta Pi was one of the six original members of the Association of College Honor Societies, formed in 1925 as a result of endeavors to clarify the situation regarding honor societies. In 1897 Illinois Alpha became the fifth chapter founded. Today its membership includes eighteen undergraduates, over one hundred and fifty faculty men, and numerous graduate students. Q Y LA. Tap Row: Arthur Skale, Macdonald Henderson, Lawrence Breinin, Paul Shadle, Wayne Ring, William Myers,.Me1vin.Rosche I Baltam Raw: Alfred Solbrig, Jean Traub, Pete Fenoglio, Professor W. N. Escpy, Arthur Leininger, Elmer Harris, William Curtis Not fn Panel: Walter Kottemann, John Leek, Victor Mazzucco, Frederick under ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA NH' rl ERA 'ffl , ,Q ,Ama l 'f Vivian Allard Mary Louise Baer Doris Leile Baity Mary Jane Bartlett Mary Alice Bartsch Elizabeth Marie Barwig Ruth Doris Bender Dorothy Ann Bercher Barbara Ann Bickel Doris Rae Bjelland Joan E. Borisde Ruth Evelyn Breen Alice Jane Brown Earlene Brown Patricia Ruth Brown Lois Eileen Brumitt Mary Louise Burnett Greta Carlsen Ruth Cerkel Grace Elaine Charlet Cloetta E. Coll Audrey Myrna Comer Mary Margaret Condit Shirley Ann Connor Marian E. Cremer Dwayne Dalton Phyllis Marie Davis Virginia R. Dawes Irene Mary Dawson Marcia Jean Deitrick Dorothy Gertrude Dorch Jacqueline Dorm Lois Ellen Dungan Mary Jean Eberhardt Dorothy Jean Ehrhardt Marilyn Fink Burta Fleharty Shirley Grace Fleming OFFICERS President ....... .............. M arilyn Murphy Vice-President . .. ...... Edith Wells Secretary ...... .... ll flary Hull Treasmfev' . . . . . .Norma Mack MEMBERS Kathryn Rose French Marian Pauline Fulton Yvonne Lee Gardner Patricia Ann Goers Barbara Rose Golden Leah S. Grodinslcy Beryle Virginia Harris Rose Theresa Hartman Dorothy Johnstone Hawver Norma Carol Hayes Jacqueline Patricia Henry Rose Marie Holmes Janice Helen Howard Mary Elizabeth Hull Carola Vivian Jacobson Ann Jinkins Judith Jaffe Marguerite C. Johnson Phyllis Ann Jones Evelyn V. Kimpel Helen Klier Ellen Kodish Jean Leader Joanne E. Lewis Mary Jane Livingston Barbara E. Long Suzanne Love Norma Dorene Lowry Norma Frances Mack Dorothy Jean Mattes Annette McAdams Blythe Audrea McCradie Rosalie McLaughlin Mary Rose McPherson Josephine' O. Meek Marilyn Jean Murphy Virginia Mysiak Charlotte Peterson Mariette G. Provancal Caroline Quinn Jane Lee Ransdell Patricia Jane Ransdell Betsy Rasmussen Alyda R. Rataiik Dorothy Ann Rees Eva Riese Alice Eleanor Ross Marilyn Rosenfeld June Anne Rumery Elaine Samson Lois Lillian Sandquist Constance Shirley Savat Gerry Schramm Barbara Ann Seaquist Anna Ruth Sebens Dorothy Catherine Seeman Donna Jo Selleg Dorothy Lois Seratan Shirley Sherman Nancy Simmons Millicent Anne Simonds Harriette Singer Phyllis Jean Skiles Joanna E. Stern Phyllis Ann Travis Estaline Dean Ulmer Mary Lou VValling Freida Weiner Marilyn Weiss Edith M. Wells Frances E. White Carolyn Wildman Jean Frances Wilk Margaret Louise Wilson Mildred J. Winkleman Charlene Workman Dean Leah Trelease Alpha Lambda Delta, National Scholastic Honor- ary for Freshman Women, was originally founded here in 1924 at the University of Illinois by Dean Maria Leonard for the purpose of "promoting intel- ligent living and a high standard of learning among the freshman women in our institutions of higher learning? There are now 49 active chapters. Qualifications for membership are: a scholastic aver- age of 4.5, and a full program of academic work. The activities of Alpha Lambda Delta include a tea given for all women with an average of 4. or better at the eight weeks, period, in order to encourage them to achieve eligibility for membership in this honor- 566 ary, a Spring Initiation tea at which the Senior woman with the highest scholastic average is honored by be- ing presented with a National Award, and certificates of Honorable Mention are presented to all Seniors who have maintained the 4.5 average for their four years of college, the maintenance of a library of text- books for the use of girls who find college financially difficult. Pledging and initiations are held each semester. The 1946 pledge class totaled 114 members. The sponsor of the organization is Mrs. Helen Maddock Hudson, assistant Dean of Women. PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary for freshmen men, Was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923 by Dean Thomas Arkle Clarke. Since its founding, chapters have sprung all over the country, in forty- nine leading colleges and universities. Requirements for membership are two: candidates must be freshmen, and must earn a 4.5 average during their first semester in the, University or by the end of their first year. Although membership showed a big drop during the war years, over 100 men were initiated at the end of the first semester, 1945-46. Dean E. E. Stafford, faculty advisor, predicts a larger number will be initiated during this year. U Tap Raw: Thomas Wright, Warren Mara, August Hoeflinger, William Broberg, Marvin Wahlstrom, john Marcinkoska, John Penn, jack Merwin, Elbert Smith, Robert Schlageter, Gordon Boyd, Alfred Bent, Keck Dawson, Leo Fryman Sqvenzh Row: Thomas Bloomer, William Wa ne, Arnold Warlin, John Lawless, Phillip Watt, Nolan Craver, William Loomis, Charles Cooper, Hubert Watton Slxth Kaul: Dean Vander Stoep, John Hope, ivames Parchmann, John Goodell, Kenneth Unteed, Lawrence Irish, Harold Rasmussen, Donald Shanafelt, William Winter Edward Gem ler Th G ll ' ' , P , , OUIHS 21 H1115 U Fzft1aLRouH' GRi:rl3ert Nelson, Ellis Hutcheson, Arnold Bensew, William Hahn, Robert Sieberman, Kenneth Engelbrecht, Kenneth Lindsay, Fred Nagel, Morton Shane, owe o man Third Raw: , , , , Second Raw: Ciagles ASi:hen , Burton Shapiro, Donald Taylor, Charles Cantrell, Gene Henderson, Willis.Elliott, Robert' Stenberg, Earl Dieken, Robert Baechle Fourth Raw: Ellis Leighty, Howard Rami, Fred Berrylg, Robert Sprunger, Carl Freedlund, Morris Wexler, Jack Gordon, Allen Nibbelin, John Hampel . Kekithl Chulockfc Calvin Mer le, Albert umgardner, Dean Smith Robert Muehrcke Jack Vertrees Boris Glavash Wilbert Morgan Rollin Workman Boltam Row: at anie Brody, Harold Gourley, Daryl Papke, james Martin, Charles Muehling, Marvin johnson, Richard Ames, Charles Boetto, Robert Hacker 567 KAPPA TAU ALPHA OFFICERS President .... ............ F rederick S. Siebert Vice-President . .. .. .Warren Lutey Secretary .... Alfred Gertler Treasurer .... . . .Manning D. Seil MEMBERS john Davenport Barbara Nicklaus Mary Lou Roberts Elaine Sell Donald Foxvog Alfred Gertler Theodore Kimble Robert Stelzer Alice Walker Pl TAU Pi Tau Sigma, a national honorary fraternity for mechanical engineers, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1915. The purpose of the organization is "to foster the high ideals of the engineering pro- fession, to stimulate interest in co-ordinate depart- mental activities, and to promote the welfare of its Warren Lutey 1 Kappa Tau Alpha was founded at the University of Missouri in 1910 as an honor society to recognize and encourage outstanding scholarship in schools of journalism. The University of Illinois chapter, acti- vated in 1925, is one of eighteen presently active. Only upperclassmen of high scholastic rank are in- vited to become members. SIGMA members." It aims "to establish a closer bond of fellowship to those men in the study and in the pro- fession of mechanical engineering, who by their aca- demic or practical achievements manifest a real inter- est and marked ability in their chosen work." Top Raw: Professor John Miles, Proal Judson, David Offner, Wayne Ring, Franklin Bayha, Robert Saar, William Myers, Donald- Vail, Professor Horace Macmtire Professor Kenneth Trigger Second Row: Rrbofessor-William Espy, Robert Melicher, Edward Bader, Burton Bouwkamp, George Wehrle, Ernest Rittenhouse, Walter Amberg, Richard Bushmeyer Boitam Raw: james Mingee, Professor Will Worley, Stanley Newman, Ralph' Behler iii? 568 PHI BETA KAPPA Jean Atchinson Joan Baldry Marion Berkowitz Stewart Cole Blasier Marie Louise Boddy Gene Brucker Flora Beth Case Joanna Cavenee Flora Arlene Correll Betty Croft Eileen L. Daehler Ida Mae Farlow Joan Elizabeth Gagan Mary Nancy Girhard Ralph Goebel Albert Ansell Gopaul Jayne Alice Groves Meyer Samuel Gunther Sylvia Helper Evelyn Bernice Hines Mary Elizabeth Homrighous Eleanor Howell John Hyde Jean Betty Klein Jeanette Klemola Joseph LaPalombara Samuel Mendelowitz Paul Richard Olson Catherine Palecek Helen Palmer Jo Anne Perrine Victoria Prodan Dorothy M. Purcell David Irwin Rabinov Charlotte K. Ramenofsky Helen Jean Reedy Bernice Richter Ruth Saposnik Lawrence Saselc Winona Schroeder 'Theodore Scott Betty Lee Sing Dana Snyder Ruth Stark Jeanne Eleanor Starkey Muriel Vera Stuart Mary Catherine Sullivan Martha Swain Carol Swanson Mollye Mae Tillma Toni Tomic Shirley Tomisek Marv Ruth Tredinnick I 'A at x , 5532245 5 f' Wm' ' wv :Q :NE af 4 :numb " 'M' s.x........ --v f 1 John Turnbull Marie H. Muehrcke . Margaret Helen Waldo Shirley Anne Noble I Vallee Willman PHI KAPPA PHI OFFICERS - P1'eside11t ........ ............. Y V. C. Huntington Vice-P1'eside1zr ..... Sec1'eta1'y ...... T1feaszz1'e1' . . . I-1'ist01'if117 .... Phi Kappa Phi is primarily a scholastic honorary, and the only one recognizing high scholarship on the part of students from all the colleges and schools of the University. Undergraduates are elected when seniors, the number so honored being restricted to five percent or less of those graduating. Graduate stu- . . . . .Mrs. A. R. Crathorne ..S. C. Staley .........A.L.Young X . . . . . . . . .Sylvia Gilmore 431 ff E 'li dents are usually elected, when scholastically eligible, from those that are candidates for the Doctorate. Faculty members may be elected in recognition of outstanding achievement. fN211l1CS of 1946-47 initiates will be listed in the 1948 Illioj. 569 ,liill-.1 , .l... - 'l1 l... ,iii , -. ,,..l..l. , i,l.l..i-l ,l,l.l i Wmqd? N M4259 y N X W SX, gm is N Nw 4 552 ' ii 'K M 0 kg 4 H 'X ' yxf-f - , ,,,n,.. . ..,.. M 1 x, P A L 'R 1 wb ., E , W r zdxaifn si.: A , X My X 'viesim ' " '-L H , Q Y 4 uf T , f ,ZQ if ., . 1' Mu 2 Wm mv mg. M5K'wiQ gigqif , 'W N A Y R Jmwyzgfif Q Ax J M f Hubert Wetzel President The purpose of the Agriculture Club is to foster and promote the interest of students in the profession of agriculture. The Agriculture Club is open to all students in the College of Agriculture. Afliliated with the Agriculture Club are several subsidiary clubs for students special- izing in the various technical fields-Hoof and Horn, Field and Furrow, Poultry Science, Dairy Technology, AGRICULTURE CLUB Dairy Production, Horticulture Club, Agriculture Education Club, Agriculture Engineering, and Agri- culture Economics. ' Outstanding events of the year sponsored by the Agriculture Club and subsidiary clubs and in some cases with the Home Economics Club are: All Field Day, Plow Boy Prom, Little International, Spring Judging Contest, and All Agriculture Banquet. OFFICERS P1'eside1zt ...... .................. H ubert Wetzel Vice-President .. ..... Wendell Hall Secretary ..... .... B arbara Carson Tzfeasurerf .... .... F rank Mealiif Reporter . .. .... Robert Drake ur A n,1.nn - Wendell Hall, wire-preridenty Barbara Carson, ,rerrelaryf Robert Drake, reparterf Frank Mealiff, treafufer 572 AGRICULTURE COUNCIL Slanding: Andrew Harris, Kenneth Gordon, Harvey Woods, Gail Harms Robert Corzine, Jim Woods Seated: William Erwin, Ralph Johnson, Hubert Wetzel, Fred Francis Herbert Green, Eldon Larson Tap IRQW: Bob Craft, John Phillips, Floyde Walker, Donald Henegar, Wayne Ozier, Reyburn Kraft, Laverne jenne, jesse Dowell, Hubert Wetzel, Russell ewey Fifth Row: Herbert Woolsey, Paul Ferree, Keith Schultz, james McCurdy, Frank Maeliff, XValter Fehrenbacher, Wlilliam Hartel, Karl Gardner, Stanley Mus- grave, William Irwin, Gail Harms Fourth Rau: William Bone, Ronald George, Robert Corzine, Leroy Schilt, George Drake, Richard Lowe, Ralph Painter, Frank Rolf, Orland McAllister, William Vanderhoof, Delmar Ohren Third Row: Ralph johnson, Paul Finkenbinder, Harold Guither, Edwin Wright, Lee Farlow, Lowell Gardner, james Litchfield, Donald Davidson, john Irwin, Herbert Green, Donald Smzth Second Row: David Cash, Ed Loechelt, Earl Urish, XVilliam jenkins, Edward Hawker, Charles Davison, Royce Hinton, Ralph Hunter, Paul Kimmelshue Balrum Row: Andrew Xlflhite, Irwin Smiley, Donald Duvick, Edwin Saurer, Merle Le Sage, Eldon Larson, Pascal Allen, Arthur Howard, Arnold Taft AGRICULTURE CLUB MEMBERS john Albrecht Pascal Allen Thomas Anderson Clay Appenheimer Alvin Backman Donald Baxter Charles Beatty Albert Becken Warren Berner William Bettenhausen Ralph Bloom Charles Botterbusch William Bone Robert Brandes George Brauer Centon Brazes Frank Bredar Donald Brekensiek Arthur Brighton Henry Brouwer Paul Brown Jerome Burke Ralph Burnett Ralph Buswell Rathell Buzzard Barbara june Carson David Cash Bill Erwin Lorenzo Espinosa Ruben Eubanks james Evans john Farrell Lee Farlow Walter Fehrenbacker Paul Ferree Paul Finkenbinder Charles Finley Jay Firth Howard Fleming Richard Frech Paul Frederick Stanley Friedman Arnold Gaft Lowell Gardner jerry Gates Dick Geiger Ronald George Albert Gilbertsen james Gilchrist Mark Goodman Kenneth Goodrich Kenneth Gorden Robert Gorecki ,lames Grail' John Irwin Maurice Irwin Robert james Russ leckel Bill jenkins Laverne ,Ienne Harry Jensen Ralph johnson Henry jones Herman jones Howarddjongedyk Don jor ing john julian Roland Kane Richard Kao Dale Kaufman john Kaufman Aloysius Keller Robert Kern Paul Kimmelshue Gordon Knowles Ellis Knox Herbert Kohler ,lohn Kmeger Reyburn Kraft Raymond Kreig Ed Laechelt Charles Miner Robert Mitchell Arnold Moeller Earl Moeller Max Moeller, jr. Robert Moffett Reese Morrison William Morrison Emil Mosser Robert Mulch Lowell Murphy Stanley Musgrave Paul Neef Kenneth Nelson Ellsworth Netherton Robert NiBlack james Nichols Paul Noland Charles Novak Clarence Oeth Delmar Ohren Donald Olson Robert Osterbur Wayne Ozier Ralph Painter, Jr. Ernst Parsley Otis Pepple Don Smith Donald Smith Gaines Smith Irwin Smith james Smith Robert Smith Warren Smith Warren Spring Kenneth Soderstrom James Somers Thomas Stevenin Casimir Strozewski Robert Summers John Surgeon jack Swanson Guy Tanner Maurice Thomas Iohn Thompson Robert Thompson Willard Thornburg Howard Tolley Lyle Topke Edward Trouillion Earl Urish William Vanderhoof Grace Van Winkle Howard Varney Bruce Cerlinz Eleanor Graham Wfilliam Lahvic Carl Pfeiffer Bob Vedell Kenneth Cheatham Franklin Graham Dale Laible Bill Phelps Bill Velde john Christ Leonard Clark Fred Cline George Cmarik George Coil Dick Gray Herb Green Thomas Green Harold Guither Wendell Hall Merle Le Sage Calvin Lau Alles Lawrence George Lawrence Wfilliam Lay Don Phillips john Phillips Clint Pickett, jr. Eugene Pohl Carman Potter Daryl Vinson Carl Vinyard Paul Vogen john Wallace Floyde Walker Kenneth Condit Henry Halterman Ellis Leighty John Pratt Robert Walker Robert COIZIUC Frank Hanlon Russell Lewey Manuel Ramon Jack Wasson Robert Craft George Hansen Merwyn Lindstrom Bob Reed Fred Wease Maurice Crane Stearns Crapnell Frank Crawford ,lohn Curry Leo Curtin William Dahlquist Carroll Dall Robert Dasso Don Davidson Don Davis Charles Davison Ernest Hardy Gail Harm Andrew Harris Alexander Harris Richard Harris Burton Hasselberg William Hartel Edward Hawker Clarence Hays Keith Heaton Carl Heedke james Litchfield William Livingston Burton Logue Herbert Lovekamp Richard Lowe john Lukosos William Luther ,lerome Lyons Eugene Mandel Glenn Marlow Charles Martin William Robertson James Robison Harry Roland Frank Rolf, jr. Leslie Rogers lames Rogers Larry Rosenberg Martin Rosinski Morris Rubin Kent Ryan Donald Sang Edward Webb Lawrence Weber ,lames Wehrly Luther Wells George Wescott Orville Westlake Hubert Wetzel lames Whitcomb August Wickert Dewilt Wildemire Delmar Wilken Dive D211 Rlmer Hemken Forrest Mattix Ernest Saucken Anthony Wilson LY C Delltl? Donald HSHSSCHY Merrill McAllister Ed Sauer Dwight Wilson Donald Dickenson Elmer Highland Orland McAllister Fred Sauer Elwvn Wilson William Dillon, jr. Eugene Dilworth Harold Hill Gordon Holderman Paul McCabe Donald McCaslun Gerald Sawtelle Keith Schertz Fred .Winterowd Marvin Wirtz QOH P01532 , I Eugene Holford Erwin McCraw Leroy Schilt Dave Wise I fgy E ff He P3111 HOIITIES James McCurdy Ernest Schottman Lawrence Witherspoon BCSESD 0,36 ZEHIY Holmes Harold McMahon Don Schuey Eugene Wood Go rag k Harold Holz john McMahon John Schvelt James Wood Reorge ra e Bill Hooks Milford McRaven Stanley Schwartz Floyd Woods Cay. Yunfg' B111 HOYQH Frank Mealiff George Scott Herbert Woolsey I5 HSIEUD UP'-112' Bob HONG Robert Meyer Paul Scott Edwin Wright PSS? Ed milf Arthur Howard Oren Miles Lyman Shaw John Wright 1 IP gel' CY Bill Huml Donald Miller Newton Short Leland Wright Kenneth Elliott Richard Elliott Ronald Elliott Carl Hunding Ralph Hunter George Iftner Gerald Miller Leslie Miller Patrick Miller Bert Sinclair Warren Slife Everett Smiley Lex Xanders Woodrow Yonts Emro Zimkaske ACCCDUNTANCY CLUB The purpose of the Accountancy Club is to foster and maintain a sincere interest in the science of ac- counting, to bring to the members professional infor- mation, to acquaint the members with the ethics of the accounting profession, to bring before the mem- bers information concerning educational and honor- ary achievements in the College of Commerce, and and members of the accounting profession. All stu- dents in the University who have received credit for two semesters of accountancy are eligible for mem- bership. Each semester four meetings are held. The high- light of each meeting is a talk by a member of the ac- counting profession or the accountancy faculty. to promote friendly contact between students, faculty, OFFICERS Second Semester 1945-'46 First Semester 1946-'47 Barbara Dickson ..... Presideizt. . .Samuel Campobello Gene Erickson .... Vice-President ...... Albert Chaps Pauline Philippi. .Sec1'errz1'y-T1'easzz1'er. .Lila Andersen Top Row: Talbert Hill, Paul Branding, Harold Axness, Wlilliam Heckenbach, Cecil Sumner, Anton Dolejs, Charles Paul, Maurice XVorl-cman, Max Tarble, gfIiloBCiEtiT Guyi-IMcCune, Ighilif geyrot, Frexderick Ilsieraan, Tloriinan Sadewater, Ludwig Kulovsek, Thomas Ward, Louis Matusiak, Bud Cassella, Her- ! C I er ec , eon ay, James . o n, James oung, 1 iam er eman A Tbzvd Row: Robert Coltman, Troy Mallory, Eugene Pheiffer, Mel Sorenson, Roland Sanclel, Dan Firzlaff, Gene Voorhees, Bruce Bally, Carl Reichart, Harold Merrill, Jack Hoffman, Lee Lutz, james Parchmann, Aleck johnson, Herman Huber, Mitchell Ziarko, james Shaffer, Richard Campobello, Ernest Childs, Lloyd Williams, Dean Harrison, Paul Rensch Second Row: Lawrence Lenz, Orin Witzel, Konald Shubert, Robert Anderson, Donald Birks, Robert Lew, james Dickey, Thane Mains, Howard Schultz, Dick Drake, Everett Davis, Reidar Clalfy, Merwyn Adelman, Gerald Hedrick, Robert White, Alphonse Koziol, john Vick, Arvid Carlson, Ralph de WerH, Willard Heaton, Beill Elliott, William Hentschel, Albert Cha s A . Bottom Row: Philip Anikstein, Louis Pierce, Thomas Garveyc, Lowell Miller, Ruth Birclzell, Joan Siegfried, .Lila Andersen, Constance Nelson, Katherine Einbecker, Merle Cotton, Joan Boriske, Mildred Hedric , Patricia Murph , Eleanore Swanson, Jean Riley, Margaret Hall, Betty Gooding, Barbara Bickel, Howard Greenberg, Glen Hester, Paul Poitras, Howard Hankins, Samuel Campobello ALPHA KAPPA PSI Alpha Kappa Psi, the first and oldest commerce fra- ternity, was founded on October 5, 1904, at New York University. Since 1904, sixty-two student chapters have been installed in leading educational institutions throughout the country. The aims of Alpha Kappa Psi are "to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the Helds of commerce, accounts, and fi- nance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administrationf' Epsilon of Alpha Kappa Psi was the fifth chapter to be installed, and it was formed on April 16, 1913 at the University of Illinois. Membership is based on good character, scholarship, and satisfactory ability for potential business success. Many faculty members are members of Alpha Kappa Psi and the opportunity is provided for meetings, parties, and educational lectures between faculty mem- bers and student members. OFFICERS President ....... Vice-P1'eside71r . . . Sec1'eta1'y .. Treaszzrer . . . . . . . .Hugh Foster . . .Jerome Brodnick . . . . .james Davis . . .Melvin Sorenson Top Row: Wlilliam Stelfy, Edward O.Donnell, William Lauth, A1 Miller, john Havens, Sam Campobello, joe Lowery, john Cary, Harvey Bunke, Jerome Brodnick, Guy McCune Gene Trandel Third Raw: jack May, William Preble, Melvin Sorenson, John Cassella, Robert Doner, james Kriedler, Howard Feldman, William Bash, Al Bent, Richard Barnes, Edward Sefcik Second Row: John McKenzie, Harold Sortor, Erskine Eustice, Jr., Charles Clemens, Allan Hoganson, Leslie Hansen, john McDowell, james DePauw, Professor Paul Van Arsdell, Professor Robert Mayer, Hugh Foster Bottom Row: William McVay, John Fox, Paul Jewell, Harold Miller, Ken Sayers, George Heinrich, Roger Bullard, Richard Campobello, Joseph Slaker, Professor Pembroke Brown ISABEL BEVIER HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Through the Isabel Bevier Home Economics Club, the girls who are enrolled in the home economics cur- riculum at the University of Illinois become better acquainted With each other, as well as with the Held of Home Economics. Contests, relays, an outdoor supper, and square dancing composed the program for the All Ag Field Day held October 10 by the Home Economics and Agriculture Clubs. Miss Florence I-Iarrison, head of the Home Economics department at the University of Missouri, spoke to the club on November 14, the birthday of the clubis founder, Miss Isabel Bevier. The highlight of the year, the Plowboy Prom, was sponsored by the Agriculture and the Home Eco- nomics Clubs. The fellows, dressed in blue jeans, greeted the gingham-clad lassies with vegetable cor- sages, ready for a gay informal evening of dancing. Home Economics Club members honored their mothers with a tea on Mother's Day weekend. At the formal spring banquet, initiation was held, newly- elected officers were introduced, and scholarship awards were presented. OFFICERS Presiderzt ..... . . .Elizabeth Streid Vice-President . ...Esther Sieman Secretary .... .... R uth Stahl T1"ef1sm'e1' . . . . .Jean Dierkes Top Raw: Elaine Wyclioif, Barbara Hackett, Kathryn Causey, Mary Binkley, Esther Morford, Dolores Wfilson, Barbara Cunningham, Virginia Swain, Mary Funkhouser, Alberta Reitz, Ramona Wfbitson Seventh Row: Vivian Changnon, Margy Woodburn, Dorothy Crabtree, Blanche Long, Hattie Mae Wardell, Lucy Parish, Barbara Basse, Helena Lawson, Patricia Wallace, Roberta Green, Kathryn Whitenach, Helen Wolcott Sixth Raw: Betty Braden, Melva Baughman, Betty Forsythe, Meta Keller, Margaret Rogers, Jenice Leepien, Mary Anderson, Lois Mae Gee, Mary Beedle, Connie Walker, Harriet Nifong, Roberta Webb, Betty Reynolds, Esther Schulmann, Virginia Kellian Fifth Row: Nesta Mann, Betty Johnson, Jane Bland, Ruth Johnson, Alice Jacobson, Janice Youmans, Ruby Olson, Betty Queen, Jackie Galligan, Sonya Karlen, Evelyn Zobel, Norma Swanson, Marjorie Stewart Fozzrlh Raw: Betty Mickey, Phyllis Pretzman, Jean Neese, Mary Cloapstick, Mary Ann Allen, Koreen Krapf, Pat Scherer, Muriel Smith, Joyce Rose, Mary Firszt, Mary Lou Newburn, Elaine Chum, Ruth Edson, Maxine Evans Third Row: Maria Fe Atienza, Glenellen Musgrave, Rozanna Uberrhein, Dolores White, Marjorie Harms, Doris Neumann, Marian Wrigley, Maizee Angier, Naomi Fork, Libby Hafner, Virginia Mero, Dorothy Manby, Mary Argenbright Sammi Row: Ruth Rutledge, Beverly Gibbs, Lois Finley, Dorothy Snow, Mary Hansen, Julann Bryce, Ruth Monroe, Willa Wlhitton, Shirley Johnson, Joyce Haneven, Marchyn Ewing, Ruth St. John, Virginia Stewart Botlam Row: Imogene Fulton, Joan Clark, Lila Jeanne Athey, Eleanor Icenogle, Jean Dierkes, Elizabeth Stzeid, Esther Siemen, Doris Klinefelter, Sue Halcott, Delores Diehl, Miss Wlhitesel --1 MARKETING CLUB The Marketing Club, a progressive organization for future business men and women, was organized May 11, 1939, and reactivated last spring following inac- tivity during the War. The club, working toward its pre-war membership, now has three hundred mem- bers. The purpose of the club is to provide a source of information to its members of the opportunities that are open in marketing, salesmanship, credit manage- ment, transportation, and other fields of industry. The club meets once a month throughout the school year, and at each meeting a well-known executive is asked to discuss the marketing problems facing his par- ticular field. These meetings are helpful to the members in deciding what phases of business they would like to enter, and what courses they should take to be assured of the right training for the position they desire after graduation. The membership, formerly limited to marketing majors, is now extended to anyone who is interested in marketing. OFFICERS P1'eside7zt ..... . . .Olin Richards Vice-Presidevzt . . ...... Conley Foster Secretary .... .... C onstance Nelson Treasznfer .. ...Harvey Bergren Top Row Charles Sternberger john Cary, Olin Richards, II, Harvey Bergren, Richard Lopata Baltom Raw Alvin Matz Henry Graves, jr., Constance Nelson, Professor Paul Converse, Margaret McAuslan, Harry Ebe George Martin SIGMA DELTA Pl The purposes of the national organization of Sigma Delta Pi are to foment a wider knowledge of and a greater love for the Hispanic contributions to modern cultureg to stimulate a greater interest therein on the part of students in colleges and universities of the United Statesg to foster friendly relations and co- operative spirit between the nations of Hispanic speech and of English speechg and to reward those who show special attainments and interests in Hispanic studies. Every year Lambda chapter at theQUniversity of Illinois has assumed the responsibility of sponsoring certain activities intended to further these purposes. During the fall semester it has sponsored a reception for Latin-American students on the campus, both to welcome them to our university and to fulfill its pur- pose of promotion of friendly relations between our own and the Spanish-speaking countries. In the spring Sigma Delta Pi presents a Latin-American movie to the public. Students who have attained to a certain standard of excellency in their studies of the Spanish language and literature are given formal recognition of their achievements by their initiation into active member- ship in the organization, and honorary membership may be held by members of the faculty and other supporters of the cause of Hispanic cultures. OFFICERS President ...... ....... P aul Olson Vice-President . . . .... Joan Rosenthal Secretary ..... .... E laine Hudak Treaszweif . .. .. .Katherine jones Tap Row Eileene Daehler Eloise Metzger, Alice Apoyan, Shirley Cruse, Vincent Carrubba, joan Baldry Botlom Row Mary Stephens Alison Symon, Gail Goldsmith, Joan Rosenthal, Paul Olson, Muriel Broadway, Elaine Hudak SPANISH CLUB Dedicated to the task of increasing interest in the Spanish language and culture and of making closer the bonds of friendship between the United States and countries of Spanish speech, the Spanish Club served these ends through its yearly program. Meet- ings held twice monthly throughout the fall and spring semesters were regularly attended by faculty mem- bers and students, including many of the Latin-Ameri- can students who were on the campus this year. Among the programs of greatest interest this year were a talk on Guatemala by Professor Arthur Hamil- ton, a group of movies on Mexico, a uvarietyi' pro- gram, an art lecture, and a Christmas fiesta. every year in a public meeting, and for the benefit of students desiring practice in speaking Spanish it has sponsored several informal gatherings of students and faculty members for afternoon coffee. A chorus under the direction of Miss Catalina Spinetto was organized to lead singing and to present special numbers at regular programs. Spanish Club was founded by a group of students who began to meet in the home of the late Professor J. D. Fitzgerald about the year 1907. At that time it was known as El Circulo Literario Espanol, and this has been retained as the official name of the present organization. The club also presents one Spanish-language film OFFICERS President ....., ............ .... A l ison Symon Vice-Presiderzt .... Paul Olson Secretary ..... . . .... Nancy Bruce TTGAISZITET . .. . . .Vincent Carrubba Top Row: Ferne Douglass, Ethel Brown, Marjorie Miller, Eloise Metzger, Helen Caveney, jane McCammon, Lois Lacy, Shirley Hattis, Alyce Apoyan Third Row: Mary Babcock, Romona Hart, Eileene Daehler, Ann McNamara, Jerrene johannesen, Kathleen Branigan, Miki Tannenbaum Second Row: William Thrasher, Carolyn Rudorf, Margaret Bremer, Cynthia Mcllhenny, Leslie Dearing, Elizabeth Stephens, Shirley Cruse, ,Ioan Baldry, Muriel Broadway Bottom Row: Alison Symon, Paul Olson, Nancy Bruce, Vincent Carrubba, Gail Goldsmith, Joan Rosenthal, Elaine Hudak SHI-AI Shi-Ai, first known as Yo Ma, has been active on this campus since 1907. During that time it has estab- lished closer relations between sororities and arranged inter-sorority activities. This year has seen two major changes, the extension of membership to twenty-two sororities and the merging of Shi-Ai with Sophomore Pn-Hellenic Council, which together create a more functional and eH'icient organization. The fall activities are concerned with pledging. At an informal party the juniors make arrangements for the choosing of two pledges from each sorority on the basis of their participation in activities. The new pledges then visit each member house, entertaining them with an original stunt. The Shi-Ai Sing has been a highlight of the Mother's Day Week-end each spring. The Sing, in addition to presenting sorority group songs, sponsors a milk fund drive. The money received is used to provide milk for needy families in Champaign and Urbana. Shi-Ai affords an opportunity for friendship to be strengthened between sorority girls as individuals and as groups, as well as serving the campus and com- munity. OFFICERS P1"6Sid672I ...... .......... M ary Barbara Greene Vice-President. . . ...... Jo Ann Baysinger Secretary .... . . .Beverley d'Etchegoyen Treasurer. . . ...... Mary Jo Wedge Tap Row: Barbara 4Robinson, Phyllis Rose, Barbara Seaquist, Mary Beth Hull, Martha Swain,.Jane Buescher, Naomi Peters, Elizabeth Easter, Carmen Leonard, Marjorie Mann, Alice Wolff, Lois Bolle, Mary Homrighous, Elaine Sebastian, Mariella Mapes, Joyce Hull Third Row: Margaret Secondino, Annice Buckner, Lois Sancjguist, Letitia Wimberly, Barbara Gilbreath, Rena Gaines, Terry Fey, Suzanne Appelle, Betsy Ladd, Mildred Phillips, Lila Jones, Margery Bean, arty Holmes, Phyllis Steinkamp, Mary Frederick Second Raw: Bette Samson, Barbara Harris, Joyce Davis, Peggyl O'Brien, Lois Dungan, Sue Carr, Jo Ann Baysinger, Mary Greene, Beverley d'Etche- goyen, Mary Jo Wedge, Barbara Foy, Jean Naramore, Jean C astain, Ann Rees, Mary Solomon, Sally Armour, Phyllis Roth Bottom Row: Joanne Katzoff Gerry Kessler, Phyllis Travis, Lucille Rhymer, Ruth Turner, Nancy Anderson, Virginia'Stevens,l Miriam Baker, Helene Falk Norma Mack, Mari yn Murphy, Pat Champion, Beverly Bennett, Dorothy Ehrhardt, Miriam Baker, Irene Davis, Caroline Quinn, Betty Carna- , I han, Margaret Walton SKULL AND CRESCENT Skull and Crescent Fraternity regained much of its pre-war prominence this year after a period of war- time inactivity. All of the twenty-five prominent campus fraternities which make up the membership of Skull and Crescent were again active, and a full membership of fifty men was realized second semester. The members of the fraternity are picked from out- standing activity freshmen, who are then active dur- ing their sophomore year. Two men are picked from each house, the idea being to promote good will among the fraternity members. Initiation of these new men was held both in May and in October. ln addition to the regular bi-Weekly dinner meet- ings, the traditional Skull and Crescent Pajama. Race was held with great success. The formal Christmas dance was also revived, and the fraternity looks for- ward to an even fuller year in 1947-48. OFFICERS Presideizt ...... Vice-Presidevzt . . . Secretary ..... Treaszzrer . . . . .Charles Sagle . . .Thomas Crews . . . . .Fred Berry . . . .Thomas Davis Top Raw: George McGehee, Robert Nelson, Robert Schaeffer, Franklin Nelch, Robert Dannehl, Richard Einbecker, Harry Richards, Russell Wall, Robert Baech e, Ronald Dierolf, Thomas Davis Third Row: Wfalter Volkmrann, Thomas Crews, Bruce Hiser, Kenneth Marlin, Elmer XVulf, Frederick Green, Gene Trandel, Paul Brothers, Larry Minalga, John Eaton, Linell Bock, Earl Wolf, jr. Second Row: Wlalter Preston, Alan Zachary, Earl Terp, Richard Carlson, Francis Paluck, Charles Sagle, Jerry Hayes, james Cossitt, Robert Kruppe Botlom Row: Earl Dieken, Edward Gumplo, Frederick Berry, james T icer, Jay Staley, Robert Reedy, Robert Cowsert SENICDR LAW CLASS Dick Bairstow Edward LYI111 Pye,-idem7 First Semester President, Second Semester OFFICERS COMMITTEES First Semester Senior Cane Committee President . . . . . . . . .Richard Bairstow Leonard Michaelson, Cbairvnfzn Vice-President . . . ..... Eugene Price JHIUCS Wollrab Secretary . . . . ........ james Roach Francis Conner Treasurer. . . .............. Leonard Michaelson RiCh21'd DUHI1 Second Semester . Entertainment Committee President . ..... . . .Edward Lynn Robert Acton, Claairrnan Vice-President . . . .Francis Conner Jeanette Stafford Secretary . . . . . . . .Carroll Fuller Ward Cassell Treasurer . . . .Richard Dunn Colin Handlon l l To Row: John Stentz, James Wham, Helen Brekke, Marian Martin, Jeanette Stafford, Ruth Pace I Fiffb Row: Colin Handlon, Martin Corbell, Carl Meyer, jr., Robert McDonald, Robert Trogdon, Eugene Price, Charles Hendrix, Joseph Diver, Edward Mclntire Fourlb Row: Richard Dunn, William Ileffrey, Richard XVelch, Harry Marberry, jr., Stuart Mamer, Richard Allen, Joseph Cies, Robert Acton, Carroll Fuller Third Row: James Roach, Ward Cassel , james Wollrab, john Cribbet, Francis Brittin ham, Harold Mautner, Francis Conner, Earl Cameron Second Row: Professor Alfred Conard, Robert Wilson, A. Rudasill, Leonard Michaeison, Richard Bairstow, Edward Lynn, William Prather, Professor Russell Sullivan Boltam Row: Professor George Goble, Professor Nelson Young, Dean Albert Harno, Professor Holt, Professor William Britton, Professor Merrill Schenbly, Professor George Weisiger, Professor Kenneth Carlston, Professor Edward Cleary No! in Panel: Thomas Burns, Marvin Knoblich, Ralph Thomson 582 9 . if' lv -tif! Top Row: Walton Cannon, .Donald Miller, John Farley Wilson Mavim, Harry Davis, Hubert Watton, .Harry Robbins, james Hogan- Balzom Row: Herman Koenig, Professor Ernest Reid, Arthur Leininger, William Shoulders, john Davis, Maxwell Freudenberg, Gilbert Gassaway, Harold Strom "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 one of the many problems which presents itself at the frequent meetings of the student chapter of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Every young engineer joins his fellow students in the A. I. E. E. co-operation which underlies progress in the indi- vidual and in the industry. At present the A.I.E.E. meets jointly with the local student branch of the Institute of Radio Engineers. The meetings are varied and include student get- togethers as well as lectures given by members of the faculty and representatives of industry. lllf "l Tl "Il lwlwl Tap Raw: Robert Weiter, John Sjunnesson, Herbert Newmark, Elmer Schmitz. Frank Anderson, Marvin Salisburyc, Richard Reeves, William Randolph, Lee jones, Frederick Reimers, Rallph Greene, Dale Dunn, William Miller, Edward Belden, Lyle Lanning, Irby Hic enlooper - Tbim' Row: John Bedford, Char es Pago, Paul Fuchs, George Booth, Robert Gates, Bazil Crowe, james Keith, Robert Wriglrt, Herbert Schroeder, Bernard Ditchik, john Woods, james Stallmeyer, Robert Kimmons, William Allensivorth, Dale Sheldon, Edward Bare, Frederick Judd, Thomas Warnock, john Lyd don Second Raw: Thomas Thomas, Robert Walker, joseph Middleton, Mulford Martin, Raphael Pasternak, Chester Kohl, Townsend Smith, Narbey Khachaturian, Bernard Schmidt, Lawrence- Breinin, Renan Dominguez, Francis Bushman, McDonald Henderson, Raymond Clancy, Louis Halla, Robert Mahan, William Bridges, Isaic Forbes, William Autrey Bottom Row: Professor james Clark, Donald I-luckaba, William Smith, john L'Engle, Nils Kluksdal, Melvin Rosche, ,James Halsey. Monte Moss, Ray Pefexs, Robert Kronst, Hal West. William Ebert, Warren Day, john Briscoe, Frederick Oehlert, Professor M. Schmidt, Professor XValter Hanson A. S. C. E. The student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers at the University of Illinois accepts membership from any civil engineering student whose grades meet the standard set by the College of Engi- neering. The object of the society is to acquaint the student with the practical phases of engineering, to develop in him a professional point of view, to provide for and foster fraternal spirit among engineering students, to familiarize the student with the purpose, parliamentary procedure, and objectives of a profes- sional engineering society, to arrange for and sponsor inspection trips, to encourage, promote, and support student publications and professional and social ac- tivities of the College of Engineering. A. I. C. E. P Tap Row: Stanly Slazinski, Donald Hornbeck, John Haygood, William Pelletire, Paul Stavenger, George Ritz, Robert Kelvin, Roy Reid, Edward Johnstone Serond Row: Dan Pike, Harry Schaeffer, Ralph Loeckelman, Roger Mauterer, Elmer Harris, Martin Rhodes, Dale Glass, Robert Fisher, john Drickhamer Bottam Raw: Seymore Rosenthal, Harry Haines, Gerald Goodman, Robert Beals, Lawrence Freeman, James Ryan, Richard Divilbiss, Robert Comings No! in Panel: Shelton Downey, Victor O'Brien, Leo Resnik, james Byerly All sophomores, juniors, and senior chemical engi- neers are eligible to join the student chapter of the Institute. The members meet to discuss problems con- cerning their work and their profession, and also to acquaint themselves with successful men in the pro- fession for further information concerning the aspects of the field. The student chapter of the Institute strives to promote a closer bond of friendship and professional spirit between the classes of chemical engineers. The officers of A.I.C.E. are Robert Beals, president, Stanly Slazinski, vice-president, Elmer Harris, Jr., secretary, and Richard Divilbiss, treasurer. Top Row: Arthur Weber, Robert Wliitaker, Phillip Wfatt, Neil Bogner, Professor Arthur Young Third Row: Professor Emil Lehmann, Eugene Barnes, Richard Reeves, james Wehrly, joe Johnson, David Cash Second Row: Harlan Baker, james Curtis, Beniamin jones, Fredrick Berry, Kenneth Gleichman Bottom Raw: Allen Thompson, Leo Stoeber, john Cress, Albert Rust, Hershel Hill A. S. A. E. The membership of the Student Branch of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers includes students enrolled in agricultural engineering courses. Its purpose is to create a professional interest and per- mit students to participate in programs featuring dif- ferent phases of agricultural engineering. The activities include regular semi-monthly meet- ings with special programs where agricultural engi- neering subjects are discussed. Speakers at many of these meetings are men from outside the University. A picnic and a banquet are held each year. A lunch stand is operatediduring Farm and Home Week as a service to visitors and to provide funds for student trips to national meetings. Tap Row: Franklin Bayha, james Mingee, Gustav Blom, Lester Teachout, Bernard Simpson, John Foster, Richard Verdick, -Seymour Kaplan Fifth Row: Henry DeVoss, Wayne Ring, Robert Browne, Jr., Howard Matson, David Offner, james Ogden, Richard Davis, Phillip Spain Faurfb Row: Cevdet Uzonur, Professor I-lam, Robert Gillis, Robert Severns, Wendell Miller, Carl Johnson, Martin Sabath, George Schrader, Floyd Deffenbaugh, Jr., George Wfehrle Third Row: Professor Greffe, Arthur Dini, Edward Bader, Robert Moulthrop, William Myers, Phillip Maser, Alex McCornack, George jones, Charles McCabe, Robert Melicher Second Raw: David Locklin, Ernest Rittenhouse, Richard Powers, David Foltz, Donald Huling, James Murphy, Richard Love, Dwight Humphrey, Walter Amberg, Robert Kohncke Bollom Row: Professor K. Trigger, Wen Chen, Teh-Sen Chang, Lee Jones, Walter Stiles, Charles Treadwell, Charles Arnold, Robert Ander- son, Walter Myles, Laurel Hruda The Student Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers functions primarily for the purpose of familiarizing the embryo engineer with a knowledge of the various fields open to him as well as to develop in him a professional spirit and code of ethics. At the regular meetings, significant develop- ments and new ideas pertaining to Mechanical Engi- A. S. M. E. 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 informative and interesting articles. Members of the Student Branch are eligible to com- pete for various prizes and awards. Top Roux: William Plankenhorn, George Bachman, Robert Jones, Frank Sutherland, james Blume, Edward Miller, Robert McEvoy, james Stansheld, jake Glatter, Earl Smith, Delmar Johnson, Howard Rapp, Byron Schiller, Arthur Friedberg h I - Third Raw: Max Freudenberg, Harold Lund, john Griffin, Robert Degenkolb, Dick Klockner, Robert Hicks, Louis McCreight, Francis Wright, John Graham, Ray Davies, Jr., Arthur Bovenkerk, Roger Fellows, james Lochridge, john Plummer, jay Comeforo I . Second Raw: Cedric Brunner, Gordon Gustafson, Roger Westlake, Charles Tooley, William Fitzpatrick, David Bennett, Robert Cook, XVilliam Turner, Allen Wlrerry, Walter Stuenkel, Thomas Lunak, Terry Newkirk Ballom Row: Will Snow, James Shapland, joseph Dora, jack Peterson, Harry Anderson, Ben Hines, Floyd Maupin, Frank Recny, Wfarren Beck AMERICAN CERAMICS SOCIETY When the American Ceramic Society authorized the formation of student branches in schools offering cur- ricula in ceramic engineering, one of the first charters granted was to the University of Illinois in 1925. The purposes of the organization are to stimulate the professional interest of ceramic engineering stu- dents in their Held and to familiarize them with the activities of the national organization. Meetings are held for discussions on current topics of interest and for lectures given by important men in their respective fields on modern developments and trends in the ceramic industries. i i Top Row: Stanley Zalglpl, Paul Brace, Paul Andrews, William Pistorius, Alexander Gulis, Rallph Gulder Ser-ond Row: Robert axey, Robert Donahue, Robert.Chejlava, Vincent Wasilewski, Ray Bus e , Hector McAllister Bottom Row: Alfred Coury, Charles Whitmore, Virginia Applegate, Arthur Blair, Arthur Mueilen, Ray Quinlan AMVETS POST 65 The American Veterans of World War II QAMVETSJ was formed by veterans, for veterans, and so constituted as to be run by veterans. Each mem- ber of every post is given the opportunity to vote on every question of organizational policy before any action is taken nationally. Campus AMVETS Post No. 65 was organized to aid and serve veterans attending the University. AMVETS work to secure adequate housing, to pre- vent unjust rental practices, to increase subsistence benefits, and to institute any action necessary to the welfare of the veteran and the general community. Membership is open to all honorably discharged Vet- erans of World War II. Tap Row: Wesley Marchuk, Richard Morgan, Merle Eilets, Robert Stelzer, Norman Kranz, Thomas Davies, Richard Gruslin, Donald Hurwich Second Row: Melvin Randoll David Simon, Ilames Dickinson, Lorne Denton, Warren Lutey, Earl Asbury, john Fedor, Bradford Dressler Bottom Row: Leonard Kulisek, Lincoln Same son, Harold Heidbreder, Robert Roth, Bruce Clorfene, Wil iam Hamer, Frank Senger, Professor Arne Rae Not in Panel: John Davenport, Edward Hanna, Lawrence Riddle, Robert Young ALPHA DELTA SIGMA The Charles H. Dennis chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma, national advertising fraternity, was reactivated in 1943 for students and professional men actively in- terested in advertising. Professional men are invited to speak at the semi- Weekly meetings. ADS aids newspaper associations with their advertising contests, and makes an annual award to the outstanding junior in the school of journalism. The oflicers are: Robert Stelzer, president, Ted Den- ton, vice-president, Warren Lutey, treasurer, james Dickinson, secretary. l , i i " 0 .W ..i,..,. l 4 .,,,.,..,,,. Top Row: Max Kaplan, Ulrick Steuer, Walter Breyman, Robert Gardner, Ernest Hiller Serond Raw: Mary Homrighous, Ruth Stark, Shirley Tomisek Bottom Row: Helena Lopata, Enid Goodman, Anita Goby, Gloria Frank, Pauline Gucker Alpha Kappa Delta is a democratic, non-secret or- ganization dedicated to the scientific study of social phenomena for the promotion of human welfare. Membership selection in this organization is based on superior scholarship and a serious interest in sociol- ogy. To be eligible for membership, a student must Tof Row: Alice Kennedy, janet White, Marcia Spaeth, Norma Wallis have sociology as his major or minor, must have a "B" average in all his academic work, and must be approved by three-fourths of the chapter members. Alpha Kappa Delta has as its ideal to help create a world-wide culture in which all men co-operate for the good of all. it Tzird Row: Blanche Popelka, Joyce Rose, Betsy Rasmussen, Deborah Deylitz, Ruth Stark, Katie Hamrick Setond Raw: Lois Barrow, Lucile Stice, Martha Boror, Marly Gebhart, Wini Jennings, Mary Moore A . Bollam Raw: jo Ann Ator, Sue jarvis, Barbara Lanman, O ive Bateman, Clara Castelo, Mabel Val Dez, Marjorie Blood ALPHA PI DELTA Alpha Pi Delta is an organization in which an effort is made to bind together all girls interseted in a con- tinuation of the scouting program for girls of college age. The members of Alpha Pi Delta strive to serve the community, the local Girl Scout council, and the university, as well as participating in the other popular phases of scouting. Alpha Pi Delta is open to all girls of college age interested in scouting. The officers are: president, Katie Hamrickg vice- president, Helen Cline, secretary, Clara Castelo, treas- urer, Mary Moore, social chairmen, Alice Kennedy and Mabel Val Dez, publicity chairman, Betsy Ras- mussen. Betty Gamer, Marcia Shuffe, J0yCe Yarnell, Gail Hamilton, Virginia Fedowsky, Lucille Magnusson, Marion Berkowitz, Betty johnson Not in Panel: Dorothy Dolan, Irene Churan, Mary Tredinnick, Flora Offner ALPHA SIGMA NU In 1919, a group of W.A.A. girls decided that the girls in the Won1an's Athletic Association should have something higher to Work for-an organization that would be an incentive to girls interested in athletics, health education and scholarship. It was decided to call the organization Alpha Sigma Nu, the first letters of which were taken from the Greek translation of "Strength in Body, Mind and Spiritf' The following requirements for membership have been established: QU junior or senior standing in the University, Q25 A 4. all-university average, f3j Exceptional ability in physical education activities and superior leadership qualities, C4j Six sport season credits in W.A.A. T011 Row: Richard Hade, William McCommons, Richard Nightingale, Robert Evans, Harry Burruss, Maynard Meyers, Charles Whitmore, Lester Clutter, Howard jongedyk, Bruce Christy, Warren Asa, Richard Wienke, Aubrey Berman, Robert Hays, Kenneth Gerler, Walter Retbcrg, Everett McCrerght, Walter Mayhew S?L'0l1!lROIU.' John McGlone, Harris Till, Max Freudenberg, Morris Finney, Donald Cole, Stewart Moore, William Emshoff, Burton Brown, john Biggers, Willis Snow Botlom Raw: Charles Mathews, Professor E. E. Deturk, Robert Renwick, james Grant, Sol Rosenberg, Robert Bishop, Professor A. R. Knight Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed of college and university men who are or have been previously aHiliated with the Boy Scouts. Being a service fraternity, it crosses all lines of honor- ary, social, and professional fraternities. One of its many campus activities is service to the student body by participating in activities of the Guide ALPHA PHI OMEGA and Travel Committee of Illini Union. Service to local scouting organizations is provided by the many members who are leaders in local scout- ing groups. Another service to scouting is the presen- tation of a weekly radio program to aid the local scout- ing movement. Top Row: Dale Sheldon, Lawrence Breinin, james Stallmyer, Macdonald Henderson, Charles Bruggen, Ernest Kunicky, Herbert Newmark, joseph Briscoe, James Keith, Arnold Dunham Second Row: Pauhl Lopinat, William Mollenhauer, Isaac Forbes, Bernard Pitchik, Robert Krug, Arthur Skale, William Oliver, James Perry, Edwin Bly, Richard Lrchtenberger B011imkR01U.' Townsend Smith, Harold Luther, Warren Day, Robert Mahan, Frederick-Reimers, jr., William Curtis, Frank Bushman, John ee' Since the spring of 1922, when Chi Epsilon was founded on the campus of the University of Illinois, it has become one of the largest honorary societies for civil engineers. Scholarship, character, personality, and sociability are traits which the society endeavors to develop. The basic objective of the fraternity is to increase the eH'iciency of the civil engineering profes- CHI EPSILON sion as an instrument of social betterment. This is ac- complished by gathering together a nucleus of cap- able men of high standards who will apply the widen- ing scientific principles to the practical needs of so- ciety. Chi Epsilon sponsors lectures, engineering forums, technical movies, dinners, and dances. Iop Row Marvin Banlitlrer, Lyle Hurless, Herman Quinn, William Hooks Fzflh Row' Stanley Hynes, Robert Francis, Albert Nordheden, Edward Didier, Donald Miller Four ly Row: Roland Foster, Russell Scherer, John Hutchins, Frederick Dnnner, john Bishop Third Row: Burton Trick, Leroy Stanek, Robert Kamp, Ruth Weinard, Roy Hempel Second Raw: Frederick Winterowd, Robert Deitsch, Emro Zimowski, Donald Shubert, Marjorie Shattuck Bottom Row: Thomas Cunningham, Elizabeth Syrcle, Carolyn Bluhm, Dorothy Tosovsky, Betty Fezekas, Barbara Shade, Betty Sanders, John Hall FLCDRICULTURE CLUB The membership of the Floriculture Club consists of students majoring in floriculture. The club was organized to promote fellowship among the floricul- ture students and to give them an opportunity of ex- ploring the fields closely related to Horicultural work. Guest speakers are invited from these Helds to lecture at the monthly meetings. The Floriculture Club also elects a committee to assemble news items of present and former floriculture students, which are published in a mimeographed paper entitled l'The Illini Florof graph" and mailed several times a year to all alumni and distributed to undergraduates. Top Row: Alan Walker, Ronald George, Donald Davis, Earl Urish, Ernest Schottman, Kenneth Cheatham, Charles Beatty, Roy Kreig, John Thompson, Frank Rolf Tbim' Row: Walter Fehrenbacher, Keith Schertz, Harold Guither, Herbert Leviton, Ernest Painter, Jr., Carl Heepke, Ralph Hunter, John Irwin, Merrill McAllister, Gail Harms Second Row: Herbert Woolsey, Leroy Schelt, Dale Laible, Keith Heaton, Kenneth Elliott, James Rogers, John Phillips, Eldon Larson, Wil- liam Phelps, Harry Roland Bottom Row: Lowell Gardner, john Curry, Frank Mealilf, Edwin Wright, Robert Moffet, James Litchfield, john julian, Arnold Taft, Merle LeSage, Pascal Allen HCDOF AND HORN CLUB The Hoof and I-Iorn Club, a subsidiary organization of the Ag Club, was organized to enable agricultural students interested in Animal Husbandry to become better acquainted with others in their field and to broaden their knowledge and outlook in livestock production and management. The regular club meetings, which are held once a month, often feature guest speakers who have dis- tinguished themselves in the Held of Animal Hus- bandry. Besides holding the regular meetings, the I-Ioof and Horn Club sponsors two events, the Little International in the fall and the Livestock judging Contest in the spring. Top Row: Edward Crist, james Reinschreiber, Stanley Slazinski, Kenneth Hanks, Francis Green, Donald Lipman, Daniel Pike Bottom Row: Douglas Trevallion, james Bono, joan Etnyre, I.oris Klinkey, janet Doyle, Gene Laurenzi, Anthony Campus Not in Panel: Robert Bills, Carl Boettcher, Harry Dea, Robert Pfeiffer, George Rogers, Ritta XVhitesel, Robert Beard, Richard Threet, Dorothy Threet The Illini Archers, a club formed to promote inter- est in Held, hunting, and target archery was organized in September, 1946. Its only restriction to membership is a keen interest in the interesting and skillful sport of archery. The club was started by students interested in archery and the fine code of sportsmanship which it involves. Soon membership increased to a point where ILLINI ARCHER5 satisfactory competition was possible, teams were formed, and the final result was archery meets with other schools. The club meets weekly at the archery range. Oc- casionally the Illini Archers meet indoors to discuss club activities or to see movies on some fascinating phase of the ancient sport of archery. Tag Row: Lewis Williams, Atha Tehon, Polly Kuby, Ray Pzrlman, Warren Glenny, Leo Segedin - Tbzrd Row: Helen Williams, Wilda Zilm, Marjorie Ruth, Gladys Sorenson, Elizabeth Hlylileh Anne Veirs. t I , Serond Row: Agatha Schmidt, Dorothy Israel, Elsie Holloway, Maryanne Essenpreis, arilyn Sedgewick, Gloria Pagliarulo, Geraldine Sutzer, Ann Campana, Marilyn Chapman, Wolcott Ely, Charles Broehl Bottom Row: Marilyn Gregg, Elizabeth Turner, Margaret Anderson, Ellen Attebery, john Raushenberger, Frank Mula, jean Rogers, jacke Tucker, Fame Havens, Joan Frintz SOCIETY CDF ILLUSTRATORS The activities of Illustrators consist of pledging, formal initiation, student-faculty mixers, smokers, and receptions for prominent lecturers. Illustrators rein- stated the Fine Arts Costume Ball as a major dance. The Illustrators promote good fellowship between the students and faculty. . The officers for the year are: Ellen Attebery, presi- dent, Margaret Anderson, vice-president, jean Rogers, secretary, Frank Mula, treasurer. Top Row: Vernon Van Heyningen, William Winter, john Schlotman, Riclmrd Hartley, Paige Burbank, George Zanotti, Carl Weinert, Donald Swanson I Thing lRfLw: Vernon Netherton, Earl Williams, Edwin Lemmon, Charles Badewitz, Clyde Routt, George Kramer, Gordon Nelson, Clifford Felt, Lelanf. cmu ert Second Row: Irving Silkin, Charles Jones, Charles Kelber, Robert Levin, jack Bruin, Ross Patrick, Henry Cheney, Edgar Bourke, Gaylord Ellis Bottom Row: Norman Delicath, True Surber, Sherwood Brasch, john Beggs, John Harrington, Paul Klevatt, john Senneff, Robert McCloy INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES The student branch of the IAS at Illinois gives the Aeronautical Engineering Students an opportunity to form friendships among men of like interests. It also enables them to meet the professors and instructors under Whom they will study. At the meetings, held the first Wednesday in each month, there are movies and discussions on aeronautical subjects which are designed to encourage interest and to show applica- tions of the courses in the Aeronautical Engineering Curriculum. The national IAS is comprised of the big names in the Aircraft Industry, and We, as stu- dent members, derive the advantages from such asso- ciations. Top Rau: Ralph Weiss, Ernest Pullman, Lee Trachtenberg. Heizl Ragins, K nt 1-lobart, David Voris Second Row: Catherine Sullivan, Mary Frances Thometz, Chuck Kaplan, Janie Greenberg, Harold Visotsky 'W Bottom Row: Sheldon Shoenberg, Leigh Rosenblum, jerry Kharasch OMEGA BETA PI The purpose of Omega Beta Pi, a pre-med honor- ary, is to promote a better understanding among pre- medical students of the problems, aims, and high standards of their future profession. With this ob- jective in mind, the organization has endeavored to present to the pre-medical body relevant programs, including movies and lectures. Seeking to stimulate and encourage the attainment of superior grades, Omega Beta Pi presents a 325.00 award each Spring to the Pre-Med who has attained the highest average in physical sciences for three semesters, and accords recognition to the freshman who has achieved the highest average in his first semester. Top Row: Dorothy Weinz, Florence Witges, Mary Albright, Barbara Breneinnan, Jean Voight, Lillian Frizzell Serand Row: Jeanne Verdun, joan Siegfried, jenn Fitten, Katherine Mau. Eleanor Swanson, Jean Hamilton, Ruth Rasmussen, Frances Wacasser Bnlrom Row: Alice johnson, Ruth Talbott, jean Galek, Virginia Lauher, Lynette Kirby, Loetta Louvier, Gilda Hasemeyer, Pat Bunyan No! in Panel: Emily Beyer, Lilia Anderson, Marguerite Rietveld, Virginia Boxten. Mary Ellen Rosenburgh Phi Chi Theta is a professional organization for girls enrolled in the College of Commerce. The pur- pose is to promote the cause of highest business edu- cation and training for all women. Sigma Chapter, one of the twenty-Hve active chapters over the nation, has rushing, pledging, and initiation for selected girls once each semester. Each prospective pledge must PHI CHI THETA have at least sophomore standing and a 3.3 all Uni- versity average. Teas are given for the commerce in- structors anu students, the organizationalso sponsors lectures. Through the planning and execution of these functions, the spirit of co-operation, a neces- sary quality for business women, is encouraged. Top Rowf William Shelton, Robert Weihrouch, Carl Leach, Robert Simmergfen, P. jones, Richard Faller, Gordon Pentz, Dale Shepherd, Morris Carter, Daniel Po'u, Second Row: Lyman Starr, William Davidson, Edgar Stein, Albert Bottin, Paul Stroud, Melvin Kornmeyer, Virgil Stephens, Heinz Nuemann, Wilbur Hoel Bottom Row: Rowland Smith, Lloyd Strang, Alfred Griffin, XVarren Schuetz, Professor Sherman Schoonmaker, james Davidson, Eldon Pretzlalf, Albert Leach, Tom Ritchie N01 in Panel: William Brophy, XVallace jobusch, Harry Gille, Fred Hubbell, Kenneth Moore, john Stables, john Graham Phi Mu Alpha is a national professional and honor- ary musical fraternity. Membership is determined primarily by musical capacity and ability. During each year, two recitals are presented. One is given by the chapter members, and the other by the pledges. Also, a radio broadcast series was in- augurated this year. Several dinners and other varied social events arc held during the year. Receptions are given for the many Sinfonians who come to our campus during the school year as distinguished musical guests. The officers are: Rowland Smith, president, Lloyd Strang, vice-president, William Brophy, secretary, Alfred Griffin. treasurer, Warren Schuetz, pledge- master, Prof. Sherman Schoonmaker, faculty adviser. T011 SRTY: Ethylyn Taylor, Charlotte Crowe, Kathryn Cansey, Winifred Coombs, Dorothy Price, Helen Bowditch, Eleanor Icenogle, justina Lathrop, julia tam Bottom Row: janet Hickman, Ruth Edson, jane Bland, Mary Argenbright, Anita Turner, jean Schuder, Esther Siemnn, Shirley Haven Phi Upsilon Omicron, a national and professional honorary organization, was founded at the University of Minnesota in 1909 for the purpose of establishing and strengthening the bonds of friendship, promoting the moral and intellectual development of its mem- bers, and advancing and promoting Home Economics. One of its projects is the collection of material for the bibliography of Miss Isabel Bevier, former head of the Department of Home Economics at Illinois and a pioneer and outstanding leader. Another project is the dressing of a figurine in the prevailing fashion of the year, and keeping a scrapbook of incoming trends of fashion and design. The ofiicers are: president, Helen Bowditch, vice- president, Shirley Haven, secretary, Dorothy Ann Price, and treasurer, Ethlyn Taylor. Richard Ball Howard Bernard LaVerne Bloomberg Marie Boddy Thomas Brahana Cevdet Erzen Cyril Fefer Roland Florin Albert Gopaul MEMBERS Helen Hoffman Aileen Hostinsky Donald Hoyt Ray Langebartel Chang Keng Lui Roger Livesay Charles Mathews Frances Morfoot Francis Pulliam john Schumaker Eugene Shanks Omar Sidebottom Annette Sinclair Laurie Snell Melvin Springer Dorothy Williains Williani Worleyf PI MU EPSILON The aim of Pi Mu Epsilon is Hscholarship for the individual members in all subjects and particularly in mathematics, the advancement of the science of mathe- matics, and the mutual and personal advancement of its members." Pi Mu Epsilon was founded at Syra- cuse University, May 25, 1914. The charter of the Illinois chapter was granted on the twentieth day of May, 1924, to thirty-two members of the faculty and student body. At the annual spring initiation banquet, the undergraduate senior or seniors especially outstand- ing in mathematics are awarded the Pi Mu Epsilon scholarship prize. Top Raw: Anita Goby, Eunice Hazenfield, Victoria Prodan, Jane Wildeman, Dniuthye Buzzard, Kathryn Cobb, Shirley Tomisek Serond Row: Weston Risdon, Priscilla Gates, Eloise Meyer, Esther Schulman, Ruth Stark, I.o's Berrer, .Iohn Bartley . Boflom Row: Enid Goodman, Helen Palmer, Joanna Cavenee, Annette Levin, Bernice LaP1re, Camille D1Bella, Gratia Becker Psi Chi, the University of Illinois psychology club, is a national honorary society, composed of psychology majors and minors. To be eligible for membership an individual must have a 4.0 average in all psychology courses and a 3.5 average in all other courses. A speci- fied number of hours in the Held of psychology must 594 PSI CHI also have been completed. The officers for 1946 are: president, Ruth Stark, vice-president, Dorothy Buz- zard, secretary, Helen Palmer, treasurer, Joanna Cav- eneeg membership chairman, Annette Levin. Speakers in the field, movies, and informal discussions comprise the meetings of Psi Chi. l Top Row: Walter Fehrenbacker, John Curry, Robert Mitchel', Edward Laechelt, Dick Drake, George Drake, Eldon Larson, Hugh Wetzel, Delmar Ohrens Third Row.'. Jean Neese, Mary Argenbright, Batty Johnson, Bob Howard, james McCurdy, Lowell Gardner, Louise Rice, Helen Newhy, james Litchfield Seronff Row: Milla Whitton, Mary Hansen, Eugenia Ford, Marjorie Harms, Donald Snoreley, Robert Drake, Betty Snyder, Cecil Louise Meyers, Ruth Monroe, Lola Benwitz Botfonr Row: -Frances Logan, Doris Barry, Ila McD::n, ld, Clarence Oeth, Paul Ferree, Frank Mealiff, Charles Botterbusch, Meta Keller, jean Dierkes, Lila Athy The membership of the Illini Rural Life Club is not limited, but open to everyone who is interested. The objectives are: to increase the contacts and stimulate fellowship among young men and women who are interested in rural life, to gain a more thor- ough knowledge of rural life by an understanding of the problems in rural life, and to create a desire in and develop the ability to solve these problems, to develop an understanding and appreciation of the growing inter-relationship between rural and urban people. The officers are: president, Charles Botterbusch, first vice-president, Doris Barry, second vice-president, Meta Keller, secretary, Lila Athy, and treasurer, Frank Mealifl. Top Row: Olaf Fjelde, Cyrus Palmer, Frank Lescher, Granville Keith, Rexford Newcomb, Loring Provine, William Scheick Bottom Raw: James Derks, james Smith, ,William Sayre, Paul Graven, Donal Knorr, Lfrstme urntlucrm SCARAB Scarab, the National Architectural Fraternity, aims to orient its members with the technical, ethical, and social tenets of the architectural profession. One phase of its program is'the development through competition for the three Scarab Medals in Architec- ture. These medals are awarded on the following bases: one to the sophomore or junior designer whose problem is selected as the best, and one to the junior engineer who has achieved outstanding academic and social proficiency. The Fraternity also sponsors exhibits and lectures by those who have proven themselves professionally in architecture and its allied arts. Tap Raw: Sue Carr, Bonnie Flenniken, Ethelyn Mosgrove, Mary Anderson, Sylvia Sitavich, Roberta Mulliken, Anne Burster Third Raw: Marguerite Laning, jean Blick, Rose Holmes, Marie Marek, janet Van Matre, Rita Nelson, Virginia Baker Seczmd Row: Martha Pichon, Patricia Smith, Norma Lindenmuth, Aline Fairbanks, Lucille Rhymer, Janice Kuhns, Letitia Wimberly, Mav- oureen Graham Bolmm Raw: Betty Bond, Lois Zornig, Marjorie Galutia, Josephine Lindsey, Anna White, Evangeline Petters, Betty Durham Nat in Panel: Harriet Haycock, Martha Gruba, Sharon Cole, Mariella Mapes, Phyllis Chalk, Marilyn Folliard, joan Guard, Mary Hadfield, Donna Nelson, Lois Stern SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota is a professional fraternity for uni- versity vvomen in the Held of music. Membership is based on excellence in scholarship and musical ability. All Women enrolled in the School of Music are eligible for membership. S.A.I. is particularly active in presenting musical programs-two public concerts a year, a monthly musicale, and a radio program on WILL every Satur- day at ten o'clock. Every year each chapter awards a pledge cup to the outstanding pledge, and Honor Certificate to the senior with the highest scholastic average, and the Sword of Honor for exceptional leadership. -' ,, Tap Raw: John Jones, Faculty Advisor, Glenn Dowler, Wlilliam Naney, Grover Hoff, Harold Hill, Donald Foxvog, Seymour Friedman Bottom Raw: james Sears, John Colter, Joseph Patrick, Thomas Rice, Theodore Kimble Not in Panel: Robert Beam, James Brooks, Lester Canterbury, Robert Hallenstein, john Prowell, Arnold Yellin Suspended during the war, Sigma Delta Chi, pro- fessional journalism fraternity, was re-activated in February, 1946. lt sponsored the first journalism awards convocation, June, 1946, and secured Philip Adler, editor of the Kexvanee Star-Courier, as the speaker. Theodore Kimble was selected as the out- SIGMA DELTA CHI standing male journalism graduate that semester. . Reviving 4'The College TUMOR-An Outgrowth of the Student Body," Sigma Delta Chi published a homecoming edition in October, 1946, and used the proceeds to send their official representative to the national convention. v Tap Raw: Arthur Leininger, Herbert Newmark, Lawrence Breinin, Wayne Ring, james Stallmeyer, Elmer Harris, James Harp l Boftnm Raw: Pete Fenoglio, Frederick Reimers, jr., Francis Bushman, Professor Crandell, William Shoulders, William Curtis, John Leek Sigma Tau, an honor society for engineers, was founded February 22, 1904 at the University of Nebraska, but in the years immediately following the fraternity's establishment, the national expansion was discouraged. However, following the election of the Hrst National Council in 1912, the history of the fra- ternity has been one of constant expansion. On SIGMA TAU March 3, 1930 Sigma Tau was admitted to full mem- bership in the Association of College Honor Societies. In the thirty-two years of its existence, Theta of Illinois has maintained a high standard by putting emphasis on three qualifications: scholarship, prac- ticality, and sociability. T00 Row Leslie McClure, Advisor, Rosanne Marschak, Chemie Abrams, Mary Roberts, Matilda Fazekas Second Raw: Betty Norberg, Barbara Rowe, Barbara Nicklaus, Part Irvine Boltom Raw: Helen Wfacker, Jeanne Becker, Ruth Weinard, Alice Walker No! 111 Panel: Frances Baker, Elaine Sell, Virginia XVells, Marilyn Murray THETA SIGMA PHI Seven women students at the University of Wash- ington in Seattle established the honorary professional fraternity known as Theta Sigma Phi on April 8, 1909. Its objectives are to unite Women engaging in or planning to engage in journalism or letters, to achieve definite standards in journalism and letters, to improve working conditions for women in these fields, to in- spire members to greater individual effort. Theta Sigma Phi's major campus activity is the Matrix table, an annual dinner for members and guests, featuring a speech by a prominent person Working in the journalistic field. Top Row: Marie .Sheer, Barbara Gulley, Alice Wolff, Severina Nelson, Naomi Hunter Second Row: Marjorie Brown, Lois Bolle, Shirley Dean, Mary Greene, Polly Lauton Bottom Raw: Martha Cotingham, Norma Whitton, Carolyn Dallenbach, Mary Kruh, Shirley Hindman, Marjorie Hawthorne Nat in Panel: Norma Diedrich, Shirley Freeman, Charlene Umbright Zeta Phi Eta, national professional speech arts fra- ternity, is composed of women students from all phases of the speech curricula. Its members are chosen not only for scholarship, but for high ideals which will maintain the standards of the organization. Each year Zeta Phi Eta sponsors a "curtain raiser"-a pro- gram which brings an outstanding speaker to the campus. Another tradition is the Zeta Phi Eta plaque, ZETA PHI ETA upon which are written the names of those senior Women who have done outstanding work in the field of speech. The officers are: president, Carolyn Dallenbachg vice-president, Norma Whittong recording secretary, Doris Mellong corresponding secretary, Barbara Gul- leyg treasurer, Marjorie Brown, and marshal, Mary Kruh. Tap Row: Ibrahim Karakoc, Muhittin Ozyurt, Dogan Akad, Haluk Akol, Kemali Ustun, Talat Itil, Irfan Ozacar, Hilmi Kurtay Serond Row: Sermet Yurtman, Cevdet Uzonur, Muammer Unal, Suat Atay, Nevzat Erkun, Emin Ozgor, Muzaffer Gocek, Necati Akcagilar Bottom Raw: Rair Basci, Faruk Mutman, Muvahhit Atamer, Sahir Erispaha, Gani Turkberk, Nejat Denizman, Nevzat Gomec, Sakip Altay Noi in Panel: Safa Aktepe, Zeki Alemdargil, Resat Aynoglu TURKISH STUDENTS ASSOCIATICDN The Turkish Student Association is a social and cultural organization of Turkish students on the campus. It was formed in November 1944 and now it is afhliated to the National headquarters in New York. The main object of the association is to introduce the Turkish group to the campus and thus create a stronger belief in their ideas of mutual friendship and international brotherhood. Activities consist of giving speeches about Turkey to all kinds of gatherings, of holding Turkish Coffee Hours and of participation in sports. The members feel much obliged for the interest the campus has shown them. George Asselin Benjamin Aycock Robert Chambers Robert Clark Minor Coon Alden Crittenden Robert Divilbliss Isaac Feldman joseph Fuchs MEMBERS Elmer Harris Henry Holtzclaw Hung Kao Leon Katz Harry Kaufman I-Iermin Levine Scott McKenzie Elliott Marvell Richard Maxwell Seymour Meisel William Ruyle james Saunders Carl Sievert Donald Starr Tzi-Lieh Tan Elmer Trumbull John Young PHI LAMBDA UPSILON Phi Lambda Upsilon was founded in 1899 at the University of Illinois. The purpose of the organization is to honor outstanding scholarship and encourage original research in the pure and applied branches of chemistry. Phi Lambda Upsilon has grown into a national society comprising 39 chapters and over 10,000 members. Only upper classmen and graduate students of the highest scholastic rank are asked to become members. To further the purpose of the group Alpha chapter sponsors lectures and awards an annual prize to the sophomore in chemistry or chemical engi- neering who maintains the highest scholastic average during his first three semesters' work. MEMBERS Marion Berkowitz Mary Carpenter Flora Correll Vera Diffenderfer Virginia Eckert Angelina Gaziano Alice Ford Hilker Charles Hudson Lizzie johnson jane jordan Vera Kaden Mary Lambert Ruth Lewis Renee Maruszczak Doris Mellon Neva Miner Leonard Nelson Thomas Reid john Schumaker Kathryn Seed Ann Setzkorn Marcia Shurte Charles Stout Nancy Tice Alison Symon Elizabeth Tyler Ruth Waglberg Dorothy Rundle KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911 by William Bagley, Truman Kelley, and Stephen Calvin. It seeks to encourage high pro- fessional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions in the field of education. It is the only national coeducational honor society in American education that opens membership to undergraduate and graduate students and members of the education and allied faculties. Alpha Chapter maintains a loan fund and makes an annual award to the outstanding senior in the College of Education. 599 BETA GAMMA SIGMA Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honor society ex- clusively for students of commerce, was organized on February 26, 1913, with chapters at Illinois, Cali- fornia, and VVisconsin. Designed solely to honor Olli- standing scholastic accomplishment in the Held of commerce and business administration, membership is limited to those men and women students who rank in the upper two per cent of the junior class or the upper ten per cent of the senior class and who give promise of marked success in their chosen field. Today, with chapters at fifty of the leading schools and colleges of commerce throughout the United States, alumni number in excess of fifteen thousand and include many of the leading businessmen and in- dustrialists of the country. OFFICERS Preridem ....... ....... P rof. J. F. Bell Vice-president. . . .... Prof. C. A. Moyer Historian ........... ...Prof. A. C. Littleton Secretanfy T1'ensu1'e1'. . . . . .Prof. N. D. Walceiield PERSHING RIFLES The Pershing 'Rides is a National Honorary Mili- tary Fraternity. The members of the unit are selected by instructors in the Military Department who sub- mit names to the oHicers of Pershing Rifles. These men are invited to attend drill meetings to determine eligibility for membership in the organization. 600 The work of the Pershing Rifles consists mainly of drill. It has a drill team which competes against other universities in drill, as athletes compete in their respective sports. The unit has instituted a National Rifle Association rifle team. V- f an E3 . if ' 121. A fifsilf :if 3 -if , K .V 1 hi -ff.: emwvf. A . V - ' k' 1 iz, wggzlb- xa- .w. 3 g , 1 4, ,qw , Y L Nigga' .4 ,Jaw K . . Yln WWA M 544 Z V Q 2, .,, A ,W K Cx 5' 'P "', K , if " xl' ,j.,q'g f ' 422, 551.4 , . i 5 f :av 'f s 3 . F Z .Q fy, 1 f . ,ff V . . , Q? ,. I k . Q , j A f d 1 x ' g , sf? 4 . - K 1' ' gf . .L S., Erfzfu. ...xwgy -MW:-, V 4 .ifWfi.1j J. I ' ff? ,V 5 'K T? I A' Q, K , w S Q-A . f ' . - if U .,, - , ...,,j"'N,, 3 5 'Lf 'V Q .' 'W X ' fMw'w . 'K 3 3? J, ': 2 ww A , i e . fix. , Wy: S, - . W. is-by 1 . Nc. 5 W 'ig .M S513 , X -- H A ,. , . ' : - in-,f mix, , .wrbzw Wiyux Lk AEN. x' ,il af, ,:.vfg2 , . gf... ,gf an .M 3.711-o5,.. qw. - 4 -za ff Kg .. K x , ,'?q.3,!f, 4354... Q' 'V 59-Ceaffxgi :Wy :AZT , Q, ' . f ,-eo' . 1 ,, f U .eu ' .QM f .wjfv l1f,,:,f1f' +1 13" gr 5376, K , , 3' 'MV iz ' 16 ' ' I r :VV - we . S . Efgirg A s . 'Q 1 'P 1 fixgegir ' ILVL V ' -vi ,Q 333' - .V ,, Vw 'Q w .. , , .USM W., -S + f ,fx 6 if 'iff' 5 , M .5-TIS' wh, Q Q 'sf r 35' if I Av? x at ,. ,Q-25, TA X 1 f 5 m f X ,I JK: W in 1 .ski ...,, Q. .A X x N AQ' 'Q J . N 45:2 V N I K . r Rv Sf ki? . if .. H., 'mhvfsgg ADVERTISING and INDEX INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Advertiser Besly, Charles I-I. Sc Company .... Block and Kuhl Company .... Brock and Rankin .... . . Busey's First National Bank .... Cable Piano Company. . . . Daily Illini . . . . . Deere, John ....... Gregg College, The .... Grubb, G. R. and Company .... Hayes Hotel Corporation ..... Illio of 1948 .................. International Chemical Company .... Olan Mills Studios .... Page Engineering Company ..... . . . Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Company ..... Sexton, john B. and 'Company ..... ....... . Underwood Corporation . . . University of Illinois Alumni Association .... Weber Dental Manufacturing Company ..... 602 Page 621 615 615 61.5 621 623 605 619 613 623 621 621 617 619 611 623 617 609 607 Alpha Kappa Dena. . Angus, -Ba A Abbot, H. L ..... Abbott, I. R., Jr. ......... . Abbott, .R. ............. . Abbott, llllary R. ..... ..272, Abbott, Abelmann, C. Abelmann, H. W.. . . Abels, Janice C. .... . Abels, Norma E.. Abraham, W. J.... Abrahams, J. E. ........... . Abrams, Chemie .... Abrams, Abrams, H. ...... . Abrams, H. K .... Abrams, S. S. .... .. Acacia .... ...,... Accaunlansg Club .. Acer, D. ., Jr..... Ackerman, M. E.. . .. Acrwltler .... ...... R. L.. ..,....... Elyse S. .......... . 505 5 0 Acton, Adair, R. D ..... ..... Elizabeth A... Adams, J. ........, . Adams, Lois J. .... . Adams W. ....... . Adamsl W. J. ....... . Addieg Addis, o, Beverly R... F. R. ....... . Adelman, M. H.. .. Adelson, J. L.... Adelson, L. H. .... . Ades, Sonya M.... Adist, Janis ........ Adler, Floretta S.. . .. Adler, L. D ..... . .. Adminirtralion . . . . Adolphson Alice A... Adrian .Clara 3117 594 Asch, M. ........... .- Adsit, Janis E. .......... . Afton, D. N. ....... . Agase, A. .... . . .226 Agase, L. ...221, 375 Agatstein, J. Agger, C. K. ....... . Agnew, Marion L.. . . . Agriculture .... . . . Agriculture Club . .... Agriculturiit, Illinoir Ahlin, L. E ..... ..... Aikman, Mariella . . . Akad, D. ........ .... . Akcaglilar, N. .. Ake Ruth E.... Akalj H. .......... . Akrepe, S. ............. . Alayu, Jane T. ...... . Albaugh. Constance J. Albert, Dorothy J.. .. Albert, G. .. .... Albert, ,ludith Z ..... Albert, Marian L ..... Alberts, R. D. ..... . Albertson, Lois L.. . .. Albiez, R. G. ....... . Albrecht, J. R ..... .. Albright, Connie ..... Albright, Mary H.. . . Albyn, R. .......... . Alcock, Margaret K... ...46 ...46 Alcock, W. J. ..... . Alcorn, R. M. .... . Alemdargil, Z. .... . Alexander, Esther .. Alexander, H. R. .... . Alexander, Helen J. .... Alexander, M. ..... . Alexander, M. J. .... . Alexander, W. M.... Alfirevich , Helen M.. Alford, Mime J ......, Allan, B. ......... . Allan, R. S ..... . Allard, Vivian . . . . Allaway, W. H. .... . Allegan, Rena P ........ .... Allen, Beverlee J. .......... . Allen, Billie, J. ....... 267, Allen, Charlotte A. ........ . Allen, D. J ..... . .... Allen, Helen E.. . .. Allen, I. ....... . Allen, J. K. ...... . Allen, James R.. . .. Allen, John R.. .. Allen, Joseph Allen, Juliet V.. . .. Allen, L. H. .... . Allen, Mary A. .... ...... . Allen, P. E. .... .... 4 40, Allen, Richard Allen, R. B. .... . Allen, R. F.... Allen, R. E.... Allen, R. J .... his .46 420 172 501 bin is? 558 ass 384 .46 449 449 524 aio Bois 455 531 hai 191 iss 267 271 .46 549 573 188 445 428 438 470 456 274 459 465 465 498 498 474 189 597 510 485 551 46 436 574 470 478 214 582 507 46 495 556 476 532 477 574 485 462 492 307 510 462 18 3 520 562 380 386 474 485 450 533 38 572 286 553 520 598 598 528 598 598 549 517 548 169 492 310 451 507 446 573 531 592 443 504 470 459 598 518 442 494 192 444 457 528 530 310 558 566 313 542 500 502 509 476 548 469 474 313 555 299 46 455 576 590 192 582 456 476 46 INDEX Allen, R. R.. . . Allen, Ruth . . . Allen, W. D. .... . Allen, W. W. ..... .. .. Allensworth, W. B.. . Allexam, J. R. ..... . Allhands, Q. C.. .. Allison, J. L. .... . Allison, R. ........ . Allott, Helen Allott, Ruth A. ...... . Alumni Arrocialion . .. Alpha Chi Omega ..... Alpha Chi Rho ..... . Alpha Della Phi .... Alpha Della Pi ........ Alpha Della Sigma .... Alpha Epsilon Iota. . .. . Alpha prilan Phi ...... Alpha Gamma Delra .... Alpha Alpha Gamma Rho ..... Kappa Al ha .... ..22l Alpha Kappa Lambda: 1 III Alpha Kappa Pri ....... Alpha Lambda Delta .... Alpha Omega ........ Alpha Omega Alpha .... Alpha Omirron Pi ..... Ph' Alpha I .... ..... Alpha Phi Alpha .... Alpha Phi Omega ..... Alpha Pi Della ..... Alpha Rho Chi ...... Alpha Sigma Nu .... Alpha Sigma Phi .... Alpha Tan Omega ..... Alpha Xi Delta ...... Alpha Zeta ...... Alport, L. M ..... Alt, E. E. ....... . Altenberg, M. R. ..... .. . .307, Altenburg, Betty J. ........... .. Altheide, Charlotte E. ........ .. Althoff, Jeanette ........ .... Alt eter Bett P , . ...... Amacher, Ph Amado, D. B ..... . . . .568 Amberg, W. W. ..... . . Ambrose, L. Amerman, H. A.. . . . Ames, H. F. ..... . Ames, R. N. ............ . Ames, W. B. ............... . Amling, W. H . American Ceramicr Society. . . American Inrtilule of Electrical Engineers .... ............ Ameriran Society of Civil Engi- neer: .... .... ............ American Society of Mechaniral Engzneerr .... ............ Amaelr Port No. 65 ........... Ammon, J., Jr. ....... ...... . Ammons, Jean R ...... ..... 4 6 Anderhous, B. ........ .... . Andersen, Beverly J.... . Andersen, H. E., Jr. .... Andersen, Lila M. ....... . . . Anderson, Allen ....... . ...... Anderson Audrey C. ......... . Anderson, Barbara jlane ..... 260 Anderson, Barbara ean ........ Anderson Betty J .... . ....... 46 Anderson C. J. ............. 46 Anderson C. L.... Anderson, C. ....... . Anderson. C. H. ...... . Anderson C. M ........ . Anderson Doroth J.... . Anderson Elinor .... . Anderson, E. O. ...... . Anderson, F. W. ....... . Anderson, G. K. ......... . Anderson Gertrude R ..... Anderson G. W. ....... Anderson Grace L. .... . Anderson H. E. .... Anderson H. L. ...... .... . Anderson Harry V .... .. 313 Anderson Helen A.. . . 494 Anderson Helen L.. . . . . . .. Anderson jlanet E. .... . Anderson, ohn ..... . Anderson, John M. .... . Anderson, iloyce E. .... . Anderson aVonne .. . Anderson, Lilia ...... .. 74 Anderson, L. N. ............. . Anderson, Margaret H.. .47 548 Anderson, Mari yn E. ......... . Anderson Mary A. ......... 535 Anderson Mary F. ....... f..47 Anderson, Mary S.. .47, 312, 516 Anderson, Merriam M. .... 271 Anderson, Nancy J. ...... 512 Anderson, O. A.. ..... .. . Anderson, R. . .... . . 172 513 319 241 583 454 46 551 186 493 500 27 490 437 438 491 586 185 492 493 440 494 587 441 575 566 169 202 495 496 442 558 587 443 588 444 445 497 563 439 46 479 509 530 518 498 543 449 585 576 238 459 567 374 454 585 583 583 585 586 345 520 551 517 445 532 480 532 522 533 519 554 517 188 446 556 546 497 466 583 438 496 445 46 483 402 454 518 267 536 187 47 535 527 592 551 591 498 576 512 596 530 580 454 382 Anderson, Anderson, R. R. '. '. '. '. 3215 Anderson, R. M. ..... .... . Anderson, Rita A. .... . . . . Anderson, R. H. .... Anderson, R. XV. .... . Anderson, T. E. ...... .... . Anderson, T. W. ....... ....47 Anderson, Vesta E ........ .... Anderson, Warren A. .... . .. . Anderson, W. H. ............. . Anderson, Wilberta J. ........ . Anderson, William A. ..... .452 Andler, L. P. .......... .... . Andrews, C. B .... . .. . Andrews, B., Jr.. .. .. Andrews, arcel a ..... . . Andrews, Patricia A.. .. Andrews, P. ..... .... . Andrews, Sylvia J. ........... . Andrews, W. J. .......... 172 Angier, Maizie J. .... . rbara L.. .47, rib sos , 284 552 Anikstein, P. .......... 47, Anikstein, S. ................ . Annex Hall .................. Annis, R. .... I ................ . Anovitz, Phyllis ............... Anthonisen, N. C.. .47, 374, 375 Antle, R. M. .................. . Antrim, E. ..... .............. Apoyan, Alice V.. .47, 241, Appel, Norma A. ............. . Appelle, Suzanne ...... 220, 506 Appenheimer, A. C. .......... . Applegate, Joyce' .............. Applegate, Priscilla R. Applegate, Virginia G ..... Ariagna, P. R ..... . .. Aramovich, Ferdy S. .... -- Appuhn, A. J. ......... Archer, A. E. ....... . Archibald, R. . .... . .- Ardaugh, R. J. .... -- Ardisana, B. ..... Arenberg, J. T ....... ...- - 47 Arepa . . A b ' ht, ""Af.'.'.'4i,'25'1 rgm 'lg My 491 sv 593 Ariola, S. , 6. A. ............. . Armitage, Janice E. ..... 47 Armour, C. R. ............ . E75 Armour, Sally F.. . . . . Arms, R. E ......... ....... Armstrong, J. E ....... ...... 3 08 Armstrong, J. R. ..........-.. - Armstrong, Nan9Y,.l ------ 47, 510 Armstrong, Patricia L. ........ 48 Armstrong, T. R. ............ . rm .... ...... ............ Arnmid, Carswella J. ......... 48 Arnold, C: C ....... .... 4 8, 484 Arnold, Rita I. ............. Z73 Arnold, R. A. ......... 162, 168 Arnopolin, V. .. ....,-l -- - Aron, K. ........ ....---- - Arthur, W. H. .... - - Arvetis, C. J. ....... -- Arvidson, D. P. ..... -- Asa, W.J ..... -- Asbury, E. E ........ -.-- Ascher, LaVerne B .... ....48 Ascherrnan, G. ........ . .. . Ascherman, Joan L ..... Ash, Mildred ....... Ash M. A .......... Ashby, D. M. ........ Ashe, D. ............ . Asherman, G. A. .......... . Ashkanazy, Jeanne L. ...... . Asmus, E. W ........ . .. . Asmus, R. C ........ .. Asplund, Beverly J. ....... . Asselin, G. ........ . Atamer, M. M ..... . Atay, S. A. .... . hison ean Atc ' . J Ater, Betty .... Ater, L. ............... . Athey, Lila J. .... 250, Athletic Administration Alblfllf Arrociallon . . Athleticr . . , ...... . Atienza, Maria F.. Atkin, L. .......... . Atkins, D. R. ...... . Atkins, L. ........ . Ator, Jo Ann. ...... .. Attebery, Barbara M. . Attebery, Catherine J ...... . Attebery, Ellen .J ........ 48, , Patricia ..... 48, Atwater, Virginia . ....... . Attebery Auerbach, E. ....... . Auerbach, T. 'iss 455 449 bee 576 554 539 330 172 486 480 441 532 585 574 458 523 529 308 477 522 477 458 446 446 524 499 586 495 187 576 503 574 552 552 187 526 453 436 556 507 579 547 580 573 509 536 586 458 172 47 466 450 476 474 450 299 286 595 4 8 3 519 473 580 552 559 172 502 524 346 338 512 585 522 200 313 473 553 48 476 588 586 192 524 169 48 185 308 457 485 162 543 482 482 498 599 598 598 569 544 48 327 595 370 374 368 576 420 463 487 587 538 538 591 490 512 439 192 Aufdenkamp, E. L.... Augustine, O. ...... . Augustine, W. J ..... Ausfahl, Dorothy E... Austin, C. E. ....... . Austin, LVD., Jr ..... Autrey, . S. ...... . Avedisian, A. .... . Avery, R. F. ........ . Avery, W. C. ....... . Axelman, Norma.J... Axness, H. K. ...... . Aycock, B. F. ....... . Aylesworth, R. G.. . .. Aynoaglu, R. .... . Azar, K. L. ....... . Azzarello, C. A.... B Babbitt, L. L. ..... . Babcock, Mary E.. .. Bachman, A. . . . . Bachman, G. .. Back, W. ...... . Backs, Miriam .... Bacon, Emily M.. .. Bacon, W. E ......... Baddaker, R. ........ . Bader, E. ........ 287, Badewitz, C. ....... . Badylak, L. ........ . Baechle, R. .......... . Baer, Marjorie L ..... Baer, Mary L. ...... . gaer, Patricia .... ag ett, . Bahgn, ...... . Bahcall, Miriam . . . Bahlman, W. 344 -idi ' 562 ' 48, 344, '. '. '. 149 444 ...49 , 568 , 555 , Bah .......83 Bahr, D. W .... ...... 283 Bailey Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Betty L.... B. H.... ....302 D. I. .... ....... . G. B. .... .... . H.W .... . Bailey, R. ..... Bailie, H Bainter, Mary E ...... Baird, Evelyn M ...... Baird, J. P. ....... . Bairstow, R. R. ......... 49, Bairstow, W. R. ..... . Baird-Smith, Marilyn' .' . ....49 .Jos 454 Baity, Doris L. .... Baker, A. D. ...... Baker, Anna F ........ Baker, B. Virginia. . ..... Baker, B. L.. ...... .... Baker, C. E., Jr.... Baker, C. L ............ .. Baker, Frances ........, 49, Baker, Georgianna ......... Baker, H. H. ......... Baker, H. ............. Baker, Katherine W.. . .. Baker, K. A. .............. . Baker, K. D. ............. . Baker, Martha L. .......... . Baker, Miriam ...234, 283 Baker, P. L .............. Baker Virginia ....... 220 Bakazs. Grace . ..... . Baldridge, W. ..... . Baldry., Joan .... 49 Baldwin, Delphme Baldwin, J. ........ . Balentyne, G. J.. . .. Ball, G. C ........ . . . Ball, R. ......... ...... . .. Ballantine, F. W ..... Ballinger, Marjorie A. Balsley, Eleanor P.... Banchy, M. A. ...... . Band. . . Bandy, Mary J. .... Bangert, H. C. .... . Banister, W. C ..... Banks, Annie M.. . . Banlither, M. ...... . Banner, Marolyn G... I. 'sas 456 has Bannon, Mary A. ...... .... 4 9 Bannon, R. P. ....... ...... . Banovitz, D. S. ...... ..... . Banthien, G. H. ............ 451 Barancik, Rosalyn K.. Baranowski, Alice H.. Baras, J. L. .... ..... . . ...... I .59 Barber, C. ............... . Barber, C. H. ....... . Barber, Mary Lou .... Barber, Nancy J. .... . Barber, Barber, T. ......... . Barchick, Dolores G.. Barcus, C. H. ....... . Bard, G. W. ........ . T. H. .......... '.'. ....-19 353 446 48 471 502 558 458 583 474 576 455 501 574 599 483 598 481 450 342 579 573 585 461 521 490 466 576 585 591 445 581 492 566 520 483 471 525 281 466 518 574 461 451 139 441 455 532 522 476 497 582 454 566 479 183 533 555 300 298 597 495 439 549 550 463 538 580 189 596 513 459 579 532 190 552 466 594 463 521 520 557 546 497 198 447 494 589 312 530 555 469 595 492 521 462 167 473 503 503 451 166 521 49 477 603 Bard, Marguerite L. .... Bardwick, Ruth E. Bare, E. E. ......... . Barenbrugge, F. E.. . . . Barfknecht, Eileen J.. . . . Bargh, G. H., Jr.. . .. . . . Barkan, M. ......... . Barker, Nancy J.. .. Barker, W. L. ....., . Barker, W. R. ..... . Barland, Shirley R.. . .. Barlow, Barbara A.. . . Barnard, D. ....... . Barnard, Laura A .... Barnard, I.ois C.. . .. Barnard, P. S. .... . Barnard, P. W... .. Barnes, B. ....... . Barnes, E. F. ...... . Barnes, Evelyn M. Barnes, R. H.. . . . Behler, R. Barnes, Barnett, Barnett, Barnhart. C. I.. . .. . . Barnstable, Anna . .. Barnwell, Shirley . . . Barr, J. W. ........ . Barr, Miriam M.. Margaret F.. . . Rita L. ....... . Ruth M.. Barrett, Barrick, B. B.. . . . Barrick, D. C. .... . Barrick, R. M.. . . . . Barrish, B. .......... . Barrow, Lois A.. . Barry, lennis Barscha , T. . . .. Barta, E. R ..... . . . Barta, E. P. ....... . Bartelstein, H. H.. .. Barth, Mary H ..... .. Barthel, J. E.. . .. Barthel, Mary P.. . .52 573 51, 49, 'iai' ces A ..... Bartholomew, Fran Bartholomew, Lois .... Bartholon, O. F.. . . . Bartlett, Mary J. ..... . Bartlett, T. H. ........ . Bartley, Helen M. B.. . Bartley, J. M ..... .... Bartley, J. R. ...... . Bartoloni, N. Barton, Barton, Alyce .... G. L. ..... .. 21215 Patricia M ..... Barton, Burien Home ...... Bartosek, M. J. ...... . Bartosiewicz, Malvina . Bartsch, Mary A. ..... . Bartunek, G. E. .... . Barty, Doris .... Bartz, J. .......... . Baruch, S. R. ........ . Barwig, Elizabeth M.. . Basci, F. ........... . Barebzzll .... ...... Bash, Shirley L. .... .. Bash. W. J.. .lr.. Bashful, E. XV.. . . .. Basinger, J. D.. . . Barkelball .... . . . Baskin, Judith .... Bass, R. A. ..... . Basse, Barbara .... Bassler, W. A.. . .. Bateman. l. I. ..... . Bateman, Olive J.. . . Bateman. R. ..... . Bates, K. P ..... .... Bath, Mary F. ........ . Batts, Margaret J. .... . Baude, Bernadette J .... Bauer, E. F. ......... . Bauer, Marjorie R.. . .. Bauer, Miriam Baughman, J. ....... . Baughman, H. B ....,.. Baughman. Melva F.. . . Baujan, Mary B. .... .. Bauling, F. G ..... .... Baum, G. June ........ Bauman, F. L. .... 375, Baumrind, 1. P... Baxter, Barbara Baxter, D. B.. Baxter, glanice G Baxter, . . .... .. Baxter, R. Bayard, W. L.... Bayer. I. A. ..... Bayha, F. H. ......... . Baylor, Winnie ....... Bayne, J. . ........ . . . Baysinger, Jo Ann.220, Beach, F. ........... . Beach, K. ....... .... . Beach, W. A. ........ . Beagle, M, J., Jr..... Bea , Marion L.. . .49, Beall, H. T. ........ . Beals, R. .... ....... Beam, R. .. .49, 223, Bean, Marjory R...47, Bean, Patricia A ..... . 604 ' lid. aah 172 .49 2.65 .49 278 218 298 1 .49 49 .49 442 426 172 .49 242 219 .49 156 '. 49 sis' .49 '522 249 522 sis 112 5421 522 362 215 S62 ssh .49 ass 'rsh 552 .49 Ebb 156 166 sbs' 225 4751 463 270 5051 1 1 1 1 520 546 583 444 511 448 479 503 461 465 508 502 186 550 550 557 486 447 584 516 575 444 492 525 557 185 192 444 549 518 441 445 445 559 587 260 551 467 467 439 49 465 520 550 493 471 566 455 540 481 594 482 497 338 312 550 559 519 566 550 595 324 49 566 598 408 504 575 442 196 392 501 550 576 486 49 587 167 468 530 503 497 437 546 504 346 461 576 524 556 531 467 478 502 573 218 555 481 191 481 585 495 473 580 374 167 447 450 238 445 584 596 271 580 549 Bear, Beverly J .... Bear, J. T. ...... . Beard, R. Beasley, R. L. .... . Beattie, J. A. ..... . Beatty, C. L., Jr.... Beautier .... ..... Beavers, Patricia A.. Bebb, Beverly ...... Bebout, A. E ..... Bebout, H. M ..... Bechtold, J. l'l.... Bechtold, L. 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Best. W. R. .,....... . Bela Beta Brin Bethany Circle ........ Bettcher, W. ......... . Bettenhausen, W. C., Jr Gamma Sigma .... . Home .I ....... . Them P1 .......... Bever, Emily F. ...... . Bever, R. J. ......... . Bhasavanich, U. S... . Bianchetta, J. F ..... . .. Biberstein E. L ..... . .. , -52. Bickel, Barbara A..285, 506, Bickerton, June L. .... . .. Biedenkopf, Beverly J.. . Biezel, C. ............ . Bielawski, Norma K.. . . Bienemann, Barbara .... . Bienenfeld. M. J ..... . Bigelow, W. R.. . .. Biggar, H. ...... . Biggers. J. T.. . . Biggs, E. P. ...... .. Biszvs, R. ............ . Billian, Corinne D. .... . Billick, R. J. ..... . Billings, C. K.. . .. Billings, Verlee L. .... . Billow, Arlene H. .... . ia21,' Bills. R. S. ........... 346, Binder, W. B. ............ . Binrzaman. L. A...375, 380, Binkley. Mary F ........... . Binns, D. A. ............. . Biolchin, L. P. ....... .. Biowski. Edith A ..... . . .. Birch, Janet W. .... .... . Birch, W. T ...... Bird, Alice M. .... . Bird, Frances A.. .. Bird, R. B. .... Birrlzell, Ruth A .... Birk, R. C. ......... . Birkeland, Irene S.. .. Birkeland, Lois M ...... Birkhimer, R. O ..... . .. Birks D. W. ........ . . - -52, Bischoff, Marcella L. ....... . Bischoff, R. .......... . Bishop, Helen ......... Bishop, J. E ........... 261, Bitterman, A. A. ....... . Bishop, R. F. ...... 53, Bittinger, E. M. ....... . Bitzer, R. L.. . .53, 219, Bixby, E. R. .......... . Biellund, Doris R.. . . . Biurstrom, R. ...... . 22 9, Black, Betty Mae .... Black, C. T. ....... .. Black, Minnie Lou ..... Black, R. H. ........ . Black, R. A. ....... . Black. R. L.. .. . Black, R. E. ..... . Black, Rosemary .... Black, W. G ...... 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G. ..... . 523, Bland, Mary B ..... ........ Bland, Lois J. ..... 53, Bland, Velma M.. . . .. Blandin , June R.. Blankenierg, W. I.. . . Blansett, B. E. .... . Blasco, A. J. ..... ..... . Blasier, S. C ..... ...... Blattmachr, C. G.. . .. Blaufarb, Claire ..... Blazich, J. L. ..... . Blazina, H. E.. .. Blazine, T. ..... . Blechman, G. D.... Bledsoe, W. C ..... Bleeker, M. J. ..... . Bleustein, P. K.. . . . Blick, Jean ..... Blin, Kay C... . . Bliss, I. J. ..... . 51, ' 7531 162' 576 .53 46. ' 1 1 3, 162, Block. B. ....... ....... . Block, Jean E ..... Blodgett, R. W. ..... . Blom. G. P. ....... 53, Blomberg, R. ...... . Blomquist, Betty L... Blomquist, Betty R.. .. Blood, C. .......... . Blood, Marjorie Bloom, R. U.. . .. Bloomberg, L. . . . Bloomer, T. C. .... . Bloomfield, J. G. .... . Blucke, R. XV ........ Bluhm, Carolyn R.... Blum, A. ........ . Blum, Elaine L.. . . . Blum, H. Z. .... . Blum M. ........ . Blum, Muriel R .... Blum, S. ...... . Blumberg, R. .... . Blume, J. T. ........ . Blumhagen, Jeanne .. Blunck, C. F.. . ..... . Bly, E. ............. . Bly, P. E. ............ . Board of Tfurteer .... Bobsin, Roberta J.. . . . Bock, L. I.. ....... . Bockman, T., Jr.. . . Bodcly, Marie L.. . . . Bodenstein, S. J. .... . Boehmer, Ramona E.. .. Boettcher, Carl E.. . . . Boettcher, Charles E.. Boette, C. .......... . Bogar, Mary M. ..... . Bogash, H. E.... Boggs, Rutl1 A.. . . . Boizner, N. F ..... Bohl, R. W. ...... . Bohon, R. L. ....... . Bolme, Margaret A... Bojanowski, Regina L. Bolden, E. L., Jr ..... Boling, E. E ...... Bolle, Lois M. .... 285, Bolliger, Shirley J.. . . Bollinger, Marion ..... Bollis, N. ........ . Bolotin, A. D.. . .. Bolotin, N. R. ..... . Bolt, J. H. ......... . Bolte, O. G. ........ . ' 2125, ' 54, 54, "5'd5' . ,.51 Bonaguidi, Lorraine A. .... . 312 Bond, Betty R. .... 307 Bond, Eiizabem 1.2951 Bond, J. I.. ....... .. Bond, L. F ..... ..... Bone, R. G. .... . Bone, Ruth M.. .. Bone, Bonem, Bonne, Bonner, Bonner, Bonnes, Bonnet, Bonnett, Bono, J. ...... . Bontemps, R. Y.. .. Boodel, Pat J .... Booker, G. S. ..... . W. R. ...... . S. J. ........ . Barbara J.. . . . Beryl D. .... . 1.. J.... A. N... Boone, J. Boos, Kathleen E .... Booth, G. M., Jr.. .. . Bootz, M. H.. . .. Borchert, Betty L ..... 1.15 ........... 2 98 Elizabeth ........... J.. ...... . zas. 173 345 461 sbs .53 562 5221 287 545 2176 559 2151 -.54 5221 2111 282 .54 32221 299 227 3112 .54 a 1 1 .54 375, 473 183 551 187 53 312 528 559 586 502 445 491 509 167 593 523 539 513 551 441 476 569 167 524 420 458 580 472 53 454 469 596 553 436 189 545 459 585 551 534 493 344 587 573 594 567 54 345 589 462 545 479 189 501 478 545 585 185 173 589 554 22 531 581 576 S94 543 495 590 54 567 269 444 522 584 557 441 503 542 583 54 598 538 224 503 562 262 557 54 483 520 596 596 473 457 486 505 573 469 532 522 54 532 441 468 590 465 491 444 477 520 583 418 519 "AS THE TWIG IS BENT - - - " S applied to American farm- ing, there's more than a fragment of truth in the old saying, "As the twig is bent, the tree inclines". We in America, with traditions deep-rooted in our hearts, have chosen to be guided by those traditions rather than to be bound by them. We cling to the old as long as its value is proved, yet quickly cast aside the traditional way when a better method proves its basic worth. The swing to power farming, the ever broadening use of the combine, the increasing trend to conservation farming-each may be considered, each was considered in its time, a break with tradition. Yet as intrepid pioneers established and proved new methods-new, easier, faster, more convenient ways of doing the farming job-the American farmer has been quick to adapt them to his own use. The great, sturdy tree of American agriculture is deep-rooted in the rich soil of our country, yet it is a living, changing, vital tree, adapting its de- velopment as the twig is bent. J o H N D E E R la Mount, u.l.lNols Browning, J. C. ........... . Bushey, J. R .... ..... Bruce, Nancy J. .... 57. 465 Borden, G. H. .......... 54 Borden, J. . . .- ......... . . .. Borden, Patricia J ......... . Borden, R. B. ............ . Borgsmiller, R. J. ........ . 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Jean ............... Bruer, J. ........... .... . Bruggen, C. B.... ....57 1 Bruin J. ..... ...... . Bruinkool, Lois E. ............ . Brumback, Joyce E. ........ . Brumbaugh, Elizabeth K... Brumitt, Lois E. ......... . Brummer, Angglina L. ..... . Bruner, Mary ..... ...... Bruni, P. L ........ .... ..... Brunke, W. G. .......... . Brunkow, Virginia A. ........ . Brunn, K. R. .............. Brunnemeyer, Carol A ..... Brunner, C. D ..... ....... Brun0. H- R-1 JF- -'---' - ' Bruns, F. J. ..... . Bruns, Nona J.. -. Brussell, G. ..-. -- Brusslan, D. ...-. - -- Brya, Julann C.. . . . . Bryant, Betty J. ...... .. Bryant, Eve yn J.. . .. Bryant, J. R. ....... . Bryant, Mary C.. . . . Bry1ski,F. Bryskier, M. J. .... ......... . Buchanan, J. B.. ........... Buchanan, W. R. ...... 380, 381 Buck, J. .......... ...... . Buck, M. P. ........ ....... . Buck, T. E., Jr. ....... ...... . Buckingham, W. B.. .. .. . .173 Buckley, H. A. ............ . Buckley, Mildred B. ....... . Buckley, W. M. ............. . 48 58 Buckman, R. C. ........ . Buckner, Annice S. ......... . Buechner, W.. H. - -. Buehler, Dons L. ............ . 279 Buescher, Phyllis J. .... 220 Bugan, R. J .... . . . Bugarsky, Rosann . .. Bugielski, R. C.. .. Buhai, R. M. . .. Buhai, S. W ..... .. Bullard, H. G.. . .. Bullard, R. S. .......... 58 Q Bullard, Thelma L. .......... . llock M Bu , . . 1 ........ ...... . Bullwinkel, Elizabeth 156 556 Bumgardner, A. O. .... . . . . Bunchman, K. A .... BundY. J- H .... .. . Bunke, H. C.. . .. Bunn, J. F. ...... . Bunshaft, Shirley Bunting, C. W .... . . . .. Bunting, T. .... . ....... . 1442 Bunyan, Patricia Y .... . ..... . Burack, L. L. ......... ...... . 475 Burbank, P. B .... . . . .. Burdett, J. F. ..... Burgess , Betty ............... . , Carolyn F. ...... 58 298 Burgess, R. ...- -- Burgett, Patrrcra .... Burgess Burgwa Burgwa Burke, Burke, Burke, J. . Burke, ld, G. ld, T. A.... Alice J. .... . W. A. ................ . 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Foster, Margaret J. .... .. . . . Foster, M. T. ..... . Foster . R. E. .......... . Foucek, Marianne C.. . .. Foucharcl. J. J. .... . Foultz, W. S. ..... . Four-H Home . .. Foutch. E. W.. .. Fox, Alice E.. . .. Fox, E. F. ..... . Fox, H. L. ..... . Fox, Jeanne W.. . .. Fox, J. L. ...... . Fox, John R. ..... . 71 '.72 72 '.72 5155 '.72 235 440 275 447 21221 527 267 5 Foxvog, D. R. .......... 72, 518 Foxvog, Margaret E ............ Foy. Barbara A. ...... .... . Frriker Home ...... France, Maxine A.. . . . France. S. ....... . Francetic, E. .... . Francis, F. Francis, R. L. ..... . Francisco, Francois, c.J ....... . Lenore M.. . .. Frandsen, F. H .... ..... Frandsen, G. L. ..... . Frank, IJ ..... .. . Frank, Frank, Frank, Frank, Frank. Franklin, Audr Gloria J. ....... . 493 456 298 . . ................ 5 .lg 72, J. 15. ....... ........ . J. R.. ........ ..... . . steiia M. ....... . ell Franklin, H. B. ...... . Franklin, R. ..... . Franklin, W. H.. . . . '. 72 Franks, B. ....... .......... . Franks, W. G. ......... 375, Franson. K. Franz, D. M. .... . Franz, H. E. ..... . Franzel, Louise Fmfernitiar ....... Frauenhoff, J. A.... 614 380 509 566 509 458 478 462 477 573 375 566 596 510 497 511 539 546 524 418 557 511 480 443 482 496 491 386 465 589 594 374 447 537 71 541 71 481 71 461 187 187 469 596 518 585 378 436 466 436 465 589 557 474 457 523 494 595 460 464 576 192 23 576 448 505 518 577 465 287 575 585 507 72 589 490 281 188 523 436 545 437 472 525 575 72 595 72 590 542 5,43 557 458 572 589 300 494 436 436 478 342 587 463 486 540 534 287 446 442 385 481 437 451 552 510 434 437 Frazer, B. L.. . . Frazier, B. ..... . Frazier, E. K.. . .. Frazier, Frazier, Frech, R. W. ..... . Fredell, Erene H.. .. G. W. T.... Frederick, Mary ..... ..... Frederick, P. H. ............ 440 Frederick, Paula Y ....... . . .311 Freedlund, C. O., Jr .... . .... 448 Freedman, K. M. ............. . Freeland, R. D .................. Freeman, L. 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Ruth M. ...... 73 307 Frosch, Patricia J. ...... 275 500 Frost, L. H. ....... .., ...... .. Frost, R. E. ...... .... . . . Fruin, R. ......... . . . Fryman, L. R. ....... ..... . Fuchs, Gwendolyn . .. . 283 Fuchs, J. ......... . 308 Fuchs. P. ....... .. .73 Fucik, J. E. ..... . Fugami, P. M.. .. Fuhrberg, Amy .... Fuller, C. W. ....... . . . . Fuller, Virginia J. ......... . Fulrath, R. M .......... .... Fulton, Imogene L .... . . .73 Fulton, Marian P. ......... . Fults, Janet R ..... Fund, Enid J. .... . Funk, Ellen M.. . . . Funk, J. W. ....... . Funkhouser, Mary C.. .. G 522 511 Gaebe, Elizabeth A. .......... . Gaft, A. .................... . Gagan, Joan E. .... 73, 218 226 266, 301 498 Gage, L. E. .................. . Gainer, J. F., Jr. ............. . Gaines, C. E. ............... 73 Gaines, J. W. .............. 174 Gaines, Rena S .... 250. 279 492 Galaven, R. ................. . Galbraith, M. J. ............. . Galbreath, R. V.. . . ..... . .428 Galek, Jean A.. . . ..... 73 530 Galerbufg ......... .......... Gallagher, T. B. ....... 375 380 Gallanis, Edna M. ............ . Gallanis T. C. ..... ....... 5 51 Gallen, W. M., Jr.. .... 221 227 242 316 Galler, Lucille ................ Galligan, Jacqueline A. ..... 235 Gallivan, J. H. ....... Gallo, J. W. ...... .... . .. Galt, R. A. ................. . Galutia, Marjorie A ..... 307 524 Galvin Mar K ...... Gambino, J.yF. 3 ........ . .73 Gambino, Mary F. .... . Gamma Home ........... Gzzmma Pbi Beta .......... Gammon, Betty L .... Gamsu, R. C. ..... . Gan, Isabelle .... Gandelman, R. .... Gantz, Aline N ...... Ganzer, W. J., Jr ...... ..... 518 ' 562 .73 . 73 347 Garbbert, Helen E. .... ..... . Garber, H. ,........ . Garbulski, Lois G.. . .. 72 300 465 564 459 573 532 580 573 494 567 469 44 584 505 485 598 450 471 483 483 478 192 502 566 480 321 588 552 460 476 585 462 554 439 278 596 573 462 462 453 461 522 591 73 557 545 592 548 502 72 553 187 567 495 599 583 441 73 546 582 520 436 576 566 518 508 502 313 576 522 573 234 569 446 467 442 189 580 555 147 476 592 144 483 531 567 240 480 545 505 576 446 342 453 596 512 482 519 543 503 491 478 521 462 516 465 519 192 5-10 Garcia, J., Jr.. .. Garcia, Joseph .... G d' , .R. ...... . ar IDCIJJ P Gardne Gardne Gardner, Gardne Gardner, Garfield, r, oan 575 r,K.. ........... L. E. .... 559 r, R. V .... .... Yvonne L.. . Adeline J .... Gargoyle ........... Garner, Betty ....... Garner, Garner, Garner, Garrels, Garret, Garrett, Garrett Garrettl Garrett QR. ........ . ichardW.... Robert W. H ....... M. R. .... . BerleE.... L. P. M. , R. Garrison, C. E.. . .. Garrity, Garson, R. B. ...... . Ellen C. .... . Garstang, Honor F. ...... . Gartner, F. R. ...... . Garvey, Garvey, Barbara A... T. P. ...... . Gary, R. Y. ......... Gassaway, G. G.. . . . Gassel, M. ........ . Gassmann, Barbara .. Gassamann, H. .... . Gasson, Gates, H. H ...... . Georgiana .... 573, 516 .74 333 Gates, J. ............. . 211' 316 283 .74 Gates, P. Jean ..... 220 Gates, Priscilla A ....... Gates, R. A. ...... ... Gates, R. R. ..... ... Gates. S. J. ...... . Gaudio F. J.. . . . Gaumei, Juanita . ...74 Gausewitz, C. H. .......... . Gauss. A. ................ . Gawlik, C. J.. ....... . Gawsner, Shirley A. ....... . Gaynor, Patricia Gaziano, Angelina Geartts, Joanne .... ..... Gebhard, Jacqueline A. ..... . Gebhart, Mary F. .......... . Gedvilas, L. L. ....... . Gee, Greta O.. .. Gee, Lois M.. . . . Geiger, J. H. .... . Geiger, R. C. ....... . Geister, J. H:.. ........ Ge Laz, Virginia E ..... Geliebter, Lylus R.. . . . Gelms, K. J ......... 375, Gemenv, Ada L. ........... . Gempler, E. B. ...... , ..... . Gempler, Mrs. Katherine H.. 440' 590 565 .75 248 515 .75 511 122 331 319 22121 317 499 467 422 162 I 74 .74 410 546 -.74 s Genus, J. F. ................ 375 Genzer, I. J. ................ . Georgakas, J. ... ....... ... .. George, R. W.. . . .... 456 573 Gerber, M, J .... .. ......... .. Gerler, K. E ...... . . . Gerometta, R. K.. .. . Gerrity, R. J. ............. . Gerson, J. H.. .......... Gerstenberger, Carolyn ..... Gertler, A. M. ..... 74, 228 Gerty, Mary F ...... ........ Gervens, D. W. ........... . Gethner, P. S. .... . Gettmann, Sylvia Getz, A. Getz, Marjorie A.... Geymer, Joan L.. .. Gher, Betty L. ..... . 278 .....74 Gher, R., Jr.. . . . .. Giachetto, Minnie L. .... .. Gibala, E. S. ......... . Gibbs, Beverly J.. . .. Gibbs, W. E. .... . Gibler, W. N ...... . . Gibson, Patricia Gibson, T. M. ....... . Giese, N. J. ....... . Gethner, P. ..... . Gifford, E. Gilbert, R. H .... Gilbert, R. ........ . Gilbert, W. R. ....... . .1 .65 . Gilbertsen, A. O., Jr. ....... 483, Gilbreath, Barbara V.. . . .74, 225 496. Gilchrist, J. A. ...... .... 5 57 Gildber, G. F. ................ . Gill, 5. ............ . Gille, H. J. ....... 260, amen, H. W. ...... . Giller, 1. .......... . Giller, Margaret ..... 307, 310 442 483 454 544 573 595 587 566 549 564 588 556 558 485 4800 420 539 457 420 459 308 436 508 500 465 499 574 455 583 439 493 344 462 502 375 248 498 594 476 583 573 486 540 74 169 458 543 524 599 491 490 587 415 500 576 443 573 443 535 526 553 520 567 311 455 162 551 590 478 588 455 444 479 506 568 519 552 174 310 189 496 518 498 463 532 552 576 452 557 490 465 458 189 167 437 448 476 573 278 580 573 473 448 593 74 445 185 Gillespie, Mrs. Irma R. ........ . Gillis, R. M. ........ . Gilmer, J. ......... . Gilmore, Jacqueline J.. Gilmore, R. E. ...... . Gilpatrick, T. V.. . . . Gilpin, C. ...... . Gilroy, T. E.. . . . .74 ...74 1 ....285 74 585 168 512 453 238 186 459 Gilson, C. P., Jr.. .. Gimple, Joan ..... Ginoli, E. E. ..... . Ginoli, G. ......... . Ginsburg, Diana ............... Ginsburg, Naomi J. ........... . Ginzel, Leah B. ........ 74. 267, Girhard, Mary N. ............. . Given, W. W. .... . Givler, S. F ..... .. Glascock, W. ....... . Glasser, A. R .... ....... Glasgow, Dolores I. ............ . Glasgow, Katherine M. ...... . Glass, D. S. .......... . 75, "'7Sl Glass, Elaine .......... .... Glassberg, Audrey L.. . . . Glatter, J. ......... . Glavash, B. J. .... . Glee Club, Men'r .... Glee Club, Wome71'r.. Gleichman, K. T. .... .. Glendening, J. A.. . .. .. Glenn, E. A ........ ......... Glenn, Harriet . .. .......... .. Glenn, Shirley M.. .......... .. Glenny, W. S. ......... 300, 474 Glerum, Patricia A. ........... . Glick, Amelita .... ......... Glicker, I. ....... ....... . Glink, M. J .... .... .... 4 2 0 Glisson, Mary F. ..... .... . Glodich, Mary I.. ............ . Goble, G. W.. ............. 240 Goby, Anita M ..... 75 Gocek, Muzaffer Gochanour, Mary Godfrey, Mrs. F.. . .. . Godow, Marion J.. . . . Goebel, R. H. ....... . Goepfert, B. L. .... . Goepfert, Delores Goers. Patricia A .... . Goettel, H. J. .... . Goetz, R. C. ..... . 533. Goetz, R. E. Gold, A. J. .... . Gold, Gold. R. ......... ..... . Goldberg, B. I ..... ........ Goldberg, E. .......... 174 Goldberg, Julius ........... Goldberg, Lois S. .......... . Goldberg, M. A. ...... . Goldberg, M. L .... . 174. Goldberg, P. J. ..... ..... . Goldberg. S. ............. . Golden, Barbara ........... Golder. Marjorie L. ..... 75, Goldfaber, A. A ...... ...... Goldman, Agnes R. ........ . Goldman, Arline I-I. ....... . Goldman, B. ....... . Goldman, Loisxfl.. .. .... Goldman, L. . .......... .. Goldman, R. H. ........... . Goldman, Shirley .......... Goldman, S. ...... 162. 169, Goldsmith, Gail . . .75 547, Goldsmith, H. N. ......... . Goldstein, D. ............ . Goldstein, Gwen Goldstein, H. E.... Goldstein, H. M.. .. Goldstein, I. ..... . Goldstein, J. . . Goldstein, Lillian .... .... Goldstein, P. 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A. ...... Green, C. ......,., . .. Green, D. H. ................ . Green. F. P. .......,....... 287, Green. F. S. ...... 375. 396 471 Green. H. H. ...,. 313. 440, 572 Green, T.. R. ............... .. Green. lnis J ................ Green. Marv E.. .. .. Green, 0. T. ...... . .. Green. Patricia A.. . . .. . Green, R. .......... ....... . Green. R E. ................ . Green. Roberta A.. ......... 518. Green. R. ........ 157 184 199, Green. S C ......... ...375 381 Gr:-en.T.J.... ........ Grcen.Vf'... .... Green XV. F. .... .. Greenbai-m. 1. .... . Greenberg. H. -M.. . .. 540 Gfeenschlae Shirl" 111 Hansen, Greenberg. 7'1h1"" R .. Greer-here, Phyllis L.. Greenberg, R. A. .... . Greenberg, S. N. .... Greenblatt, Ruth S .... Greenblatt, Saralee Greene, H. E. ...... . Greene. J. A. ..... .. Greene. 1.. S. . .. Greene. Mary B.. .267. Greene. R. F. ...... . Greene. T. P. ....... . Greene. XV. A. .. Greeman.M .. Greenman. Melb- .. Greenspan. I. .... .. Greenwood. Eleanor .. Greffe. D. D. ...... . Gregg, Marilyn . .. Grefziz, R. R.. Jr.... Gregg. 'W. N. ..... . Gregonis, P. .,., .... . Greeson. Corinne E... Grehn, E. ......... . Grenko, C. ........ . Gretzinger, Madalyn . Grewe, N. F. ...... . 616 490,- 580. I 75 556 '. 77 .1791 495 285 196 i 5 472 552 76 573 436 418 498 553 552 313 454 552 496 388 483 467 275 76 552 463 281 187 510 436 567 5 15 528 Ass 464 516 512 A'Q 573 573 448 593 504 596 43 438 345 469 507 551 199 A67 588 733 559 461 483 525 595 577 437 511 465 san 444 ssn 445 573 .447 sn7 472 1"6 22 590 581 571 441 545 490 557 541 474 462 576 192 388 573 A72 574 an-i 543 A'n 462 545 525 76 453 ,ml 508 593 A96 463 129 510 547 19,9 412 585 521 436 476 557 491 290 A53 285 443 Greyer, J. E. .. Grez, P. . . . . Grieme, D. .... Grice, P. F. .... . Grierson, R. G. ..... . Gries W. L. ........ . Griesedieck, Catherine .G Griffin, A. .......... . Griihn, A. E. ...... . Griffin, E. D. .... . Gritiin, J. E. ....... . Griiiith, C. R. ........ . GriHith, Dorothy D.. .. Griffith, T. ........ . Grig, Joan ..,.... Grim, D. B. ...... . Grinter, Mary C.. . .. Grippo, Rose B .... ...77 313, 345 . ..... 3 .1.1 5 1 275 ......175 ""'z57 Grisham, Alice J. .... ...77 Grisham, P. B. ...... . . . Grobstein, F. A. .... ....... . Grodinsky, Leah S. ........... . Grodsky, G. M ..... ....77, 344 377 Groen, R. F. ................. . Groetzinger, Madalyn M. ...... Groll, R. G. ............. .. . . Grombach, R. H. ....... .... . Gross, R. D. ...... . . .77 Gross, S. A.. .... Grossman, A. ....... . . .77 Grossman, Evelyn .... .... Grossman, F. ......... ... Grosstephan, Carol J.. .. .. Grout, Joan H. ........ . . Grove, Helen . ., .... ...... . Grove, J. P. ...... ....... . Groves, Jayne A. ....... 77, 293 490 Groves, J. R. ....... ....... . Grow, Dolores A. ............ . Gruba, Martha E. ....... 77, 233 5 Grumbley, W. D.. . .. Grumley. Barbara A.. . Grunwald, C. ...... . Grunwald, Carol R .... Grupe, Mae B. ..... . Grupo, C. J. ..... . GruPP. F. A ..... Gruslin. R. ..... . Grylls, Mary E.. .. . Guard, Joan C. ...... . Gucker, Pauline Guernsey. W. D. ..... . Guerettzis P. L.. Jr.. Guffey, Barbara Guick, R. ..,...... . Guiette, XV. E. ...... . Guild. R. J. ........ . Guinane, D. G. ..... . Guinnev. Kathleen M. Guintali, Loretta ..... Guither, H. D. ....... . rhrlfler. R O.. . . . Gulis, A. G. ..... . Livllette C. C. .... . Gulley, Barbara .. Gulo, M. G.. .. Gumplo. E. L.. .. GLIZIZ, Anna . .. Gunther. M. . . . Guren, M. ...... . Gurkow. Helen J.. .. Gurney, Vyra D.. . .. Gussman, Vera . . Gnstwfizon, G. T... . .. Gustafson, R. E .... Gustafson, XV. A.. . . . Gustavson, G. E. .... . Guthmann. T.. B., Jr.. Guyer, l. P. ........ . Gwinn, Betty ....... . Gwinn, Jean E. ..... . Gwynn. U. ...... 175, Gym Annex . . . .... H Haafz, R. L. ......... . Haan, Margaret A.... Hacker, D. ......... . Hacker. R. F. ...... . 12....f 311. 312, 77, 533, 573. 590 ....313 . .... 77 293 498 .....77 77. .-.446 ...77 ....562 ....466 1:14, .220 ish ....319 E. ..... . Hackerson. Margaret W.. . . . . Hackerson, Gwendolyn Hackett, Barbara . .. .. Margaret R. P. ...... . Marcia .... Hackett, Hackett. Hackner, Hade R. A. ..... . 78, 517 6 Hadlicld, Mary J .... .. .293, . Haeherle, Haebirh. J rv. K. .... . HUC ....... Haeger, Helen F. .......... . Hafermann, Beverly J. .... . . . Hafermann, Ruth L.. .. Haifner, R. G. ..... . Hafner, Carol M .... Hafner, Libby ..... Hagaman. E. C. .... . Hagen, Marilyn A.. .. Hagen, W. A .... .. 273 293 299 1 5 .283, 345 557 188 174 476 438 499 593 470 445 585 25 500 186 504 460 498 550 518 457 196 566 347 485 452 505 473 479 558 485 472 510 491 496 las 458 298 569 464 499 311 596 468 490 375 515 5'9 av 477 586 519 593 5'l7 451 sss 549 421 553 453 344 507 531 456 506 586 291 295 598 476 581 529 569 77 530 491 537 477 477 453 585 472 443 593 503 191 430 463 497 262 567 534 77 s7' A95 139 5'1l 588 596 199 261 275 298 516 516 465 517 576 73 495 465 Hagenberg, R. J... Hager, D. E. ..... . Hager, G. J.. . . . gagerty, gn. . agert , a y .. Hagi, llflarge A.. . Hahn, H. D, .... . Hahn, J. L.. . . . Hahn, J. R.... Hahn. R. E. ...... . Hahn ,W.C ..... Haigler, F. ..... . Haines, H. W., Jr.. Haines, Marian J.. Halcott, Susan E.. . Haley, D. C.. . .. Haley, E. D., Jr.. 313 550 , , i Hall, A. L., Jr... Hall, A. R., Jr. .... ... Hall, Betsy R.. .. .... Hall. D. E. .... .. Hall, G. M. .... . Hall, H. A., Jr.. . . Hall, J. C. ...... . Hall, Lucille ....... ...... Hall, Margaret P ..... . .... . . Hall, Marion L ,..... ..,.... Hall Mary E.. . . ..... 272, Hall: Nancy B.. .. .vs 495 . 78 302 522 275 Hall, R. R. ................... . Hall, Shirley E. ......... .... . .. Hall, Sylvia V. ............... . Hall, W. R. ....... 78, 565, 572 Halla, L. G ...... .......... . 78, Hallam, R. M. ................ . Halleman, R. S. ..... . ........ .. Hallenstein, R. H.. .78, 2 24, 278 Hallett, Frances G. ........ . Hallett, G. M., Jr. ...... vs, 527 Halligan, Margaret L. ......... . Hallman, R. S. .............. . Hallstrom. H. E. ...... . Halper, Virginia M.. Halperin, Bernadine .... Halperin, D. A. ..... . Halpern, R. J. ..... . Halpin, T. J. .... . Halsey, J. F. ....... . Halterman, H. D.. . . . Halterman, H. J. ..... . Halterman, Jian C. ....... .. Halverson, arilyn J. .... .. Halvorsen. Marjory E.. . . Ham. C. W. .....,.. . Hamburg, Reatha F. .......... . Hamer, P. 11. ................ 78 Hamer, W. M. ......... 78, 472 Hamilton, C. S. .............. . Hamilton, F. ...........,..,, . llamilton, Gail ............... Hamilton, Geraldine M. ...... . Hamilton, Jean E ...... .... . 311 1-Iamilton, J. H. ....... . Hamilton, K. R. .... . Hamilton, Marietta . .. Hamilton, Mary L .... . Hamilton, Nita N.. .. Hamilton, P. ...... . Hamilton, R. E. .... . Hamilton, 1-Iammack, R. L. .... . Helen A.. .. R. Hammer, Hammersmith, G. . . Hamm:-rstrom, F. . .. Hammon, N. O .... . Hammond. C. ...... . Hammons, Mary E.. .. Hampel, J. D. ....... . '.'. 7a Hampton, Anna J. ..... . 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N., Hanson, W. ........ .... . 287 432 444 451 499 542 445 436 445 446 567 188 584 544 576 442 313 454 260 498 261 444 454 589 292 574 185 513 540 471 549 549 573 583 78 448 596 521 465 499 398 454 525 510 287 281 446 583 480 573 480 493 275 585 501 473 586 447 146 588 516 592 454 345 527 493 535 451 78 452 475 542 447 191 473 559 312 567 519 525 235 542 587 524 491 452 262 441 582 576 530 444 574 590 573 586 42 520 493 543 498 527 573 505 520 499 188 575 595 480 191 471 583 Hanus, S. J.. . . . Hanzel, S. ...... . Haraburda, R. . . . Harasek, A. F. ..... . Harden, K. L., Jr.. Hardesty, E. G. .... . Hardin, W. E.. . .. Harding, A. A. ..... . Harding, Elizabeth .. Harding, R. A ..... Hardy, E. P. .... . Hardy, H. F .... Hardy, R. L. .... . Hare, R. .......... . Harey, Anne M.. . .. Harges, Harker, C. B. ...... . Harker, Harlan, Harland, Margaret Harleman, NV. . . .. D. ...... . T. B. ....... . Prinda M.. . . ' A 75. .. 75, 'Leak' Harmon, Alice ............... Harmony Home .............. 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Harrison, N. ........... . . . Harrison, R. E. ........... Harshbarger, Jeanne . . . Hart, Betty Jo .......... . .. Hart, J. R. ............. . . . Hart, L. J. ...... .... . Hart, R. O. ...... ...... . Hart. Romona L .... 547, Hartel. W. E. .... 559, Hartley. R. M.... H-irtley. T. C. ..... .... . Hartman. A. M .... . .. Hartman. F. ........ . . . Hartman, Grace ....... . .. Hartman. Norma J. .... .... . Hartman, P. E. ........ ...... . Hartman, Roma M. ........... . Hartman. Pose T... 546, Hartman, Shirley A. .... ...... . Hartwell, Ruth ...... ..... . . Hartrick, J. E. ..... .... 7 9, Hartshorn, Ann ..... ..... Hartsho'n. R. W. .... .. . l'la't"""!. R. G ..... Vlartzell. F. M.... Hvtzell. 1. ....79, Harvatin. H. J.... Harvey R. B. ....... . Hasch. l. J. .................. . 1-lisernever. Gilda M.. ..,,,. 538, llasenaeyer, XVilma L.. .. .. . .. .. Haskrn. J. ......... . Hass, Carole ...... llass. T. .......... . 1-l'sse,lber'z. B. L. ...... . Hasselquist. Suzanne l-lessen, M. ........ . Hasty. Helen 1. ..... . Harland. Carol J. ..... . Hattis. Shirle L. T.... Hauck, D. ...... . HauC':, l. M ........ Hwnaafd, H. I .... Hauleribeek, J. M. ..... 227, 375, 1-laupr. G. ....... . Hauptfleisch. R. .. Hauss, l. C.. . .. Hauter. D. H.. .. Hauter, H. L.. . . Hauus, D. ...... . Haven, Shirley . . Haven, W. D.. . .. 771751 518, 551 189 198 196 428 455 445 307 497 437 573 470 553 186 532 188 307 307 528 490 473 562 543 572 590 595 453 534 261 455 462 582 493 597 473 187 591 573 573 580 566 292 292 584 599 198 524 473 313 478 273 494 573 538 459 474 552 511 574 481 498 492 519 559 339 503 538 447 464 481 579 573 591 461 30? 436 509 517 438 535 566 548 185 481 518 441 446 451 454 551 448 298 592 538 188 275 199 573 505 192 475 523 579 441 461 339 445 471 448 459 188 528 476 593 556 When the GREAT DAY- your Graduation Day A Be prepared for that eventful day. 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M. .... Kieffer, .... Kiel, R. E. .... ......... . 188 Kiely, J. P. ........... 176, Kiely, J. M. ................ 176 Kientzle, Loretta A. ......... 88 Kiesele, Adele J. ..... . .. Kiester, W. A. ...... .... . Kilbane, J. J. ..... .... 3 75 Kilby, J. S. ..... ...... . Kile, O. .....,. .... . Killen, R. T. ..... .... 8 8 Killian, Joyce E... Killian, Virginia C Killip, D. E. ......... .. Killoren. G. H., Jr. .... Killough, R. ....... . Kilsberg, Marion L.. .. Kimber, Beulah M .... Kimble, T. H. .... Kimble, Tressa E.. . .. 622 ..'.'.5'1'z '. '. sa 573 310 483 87 339 484 447 447 87 509 502 87 448 505 441 470 261 438 509 185 87 446 509 495 595 589 591 573 187 595 468 516 557 576 186 441 436 464 310 548 441 471 465 553 311 584 555 27 530 476 530 587 516 87 495 260 533 505 444 285 517 423 529 338 374 474 470 183 477 573 176 188 527 527 445 147 463 438 438 516 481 507 445 581 492 493 558 183 195 444 583 59' 481 48-1 463 4811 191 181 522 51'1 475 410 436 471 467 511 517 1'3 463 190 88 537 596 531 Kimbrell, Ellen C. .... . Kimbrough, J. D ..... Kimbrough, M. L.. . .. .88 Kimler, Patricia A. ........ . Kimmelshue, P. D. ........ . Kirnmons, R. L. ..... . Kimpel, Evelyn .... Kincaid, D. ...... . King, Adele King, D. L. ..... . King, E. ...... . King, F. T. ..... .. King, G. L ....... . . . King, J. G. ........ .. King, Mary-Helen . .. King, Quintella L ..... King, King, King, W. W. ..... . Kingston, C. C. ..... . Kinkel, G. ......... . W, R. ........ . William R.. . .. Kinsman, B. A. ...... . Kirby, M. Lynette ..... Kirch, E. .......... . Kirchberg, Neysa M.. . Kirchhoefer, Fairlene Kiriakos, J. G. ..... . Kirk O. L. ......... . Kirk, W., Jr.. ..... .. Kirkham, R. O. ..... . Kirkpatrick, Doris J.. Kirkpatrick, Roberta M Kirkpatrick, S. D ..... Kirkwood, B. R. .... . Kirpatrick, R. . . .. Kirsch, Laura ....... Kirsh, L. .......... . Kirshenbaum, Helene S.. Kirshner, C. ....... . Kirton, W. T. ...... . Kiser, G. W. ....... . Kiss, L. W. ...... . Kiss, W. S. ....... . Kissinger, F. M. .... . Kittermaster, J. A.. . . Kitzrs, .......... . Kiellan er, Ingrid M. .88 241 267 273 440 .ss 261 E266 ' 5351 397 307, Klann, R. W. ....... . . . . Klapman, Henrietta L.. .. Klass, Shirley J. .... . Klassen, R. .......... . Bernadine P... Elizabeth A... Jean B. ...... . Klein, Klein, Klein, Klein, Klein, R. C ..... ...... Klein, W. F. .......... . Kleiner, E. F. ........ . Kleinman, Norma R.. Klemola, Jeannette Klenchuk, Virginia .. A.. Klevatt, P. L. .... . . . . . Klier, Helen M.. . . . Kliff, Beverly F.. .. 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Shoemaker, W. D.. . . . Shoenberg, Sheldon Sholem, S. H. ...... . Sholota, H. M.. . .. Shols, Margery J.. . . Shook, I.. D ..... .. Shorely, D. .............. . Short, N. H ..... ........... Shoulders, W. .... 118. 307, Shubert, D. W ...... ..... Shuman, D. L. .... 375, 402, Shuman, H. ........ .... . Shurson, Laurel J.. ...... Shurte, Marcia ....... 562, sabiey, K. E. ..., . 1159 . .1.1h. 525 558 307 1111 469 1113 118 5155 255 4515 312 242 111 1111 313 583 574 404 118 588 Sibley, R. D. .... . Sibons, G. D. ...... . Sichel, T. E. ........ . Sidebottom, O. M.. . .. Sider, R. M. .............. . sidio, R. 1. ............. . Sieberman, R. A. ......... . Siebert, F. S. ...... 34, 256 Sieck H. ............ . Siefefman, Helen L. .... i. i. S. i. Siegal, F. .............. . S' l, . J. .............. . Sigggl, ic. ....., ........ . Siegert, H. F. ......... 375 Siegfried, can ....... 549 Siegfried, . M. .......... . Siegfried, . ............. . Sie aff, M. ............. . Siemen, Esther E.. .119, 286 Sierniewiec, Lorraine . .. . . . . Sievert, S 1gma Sigma S igma S 1 gma Sigma C. F. ........ . Alpha Eprilan .... Alpha lata ..... Alpha Mu .... Chi ......... Delta Cbi. . .. Sigma Delta Pi .... Sigma Delta Tau .... Sigma Kappa ... Sigma S igma S rgma Sigma Silber, Phi Della .... Plgi .Epulan ..... Pr .......... Tau . . .... . Joyce Silberber J. L.. . . Silbergelgi Silberrnan, Silberman, tlfiaieii' ' " ' Phyllis S1lberman, R. A. ........ . Silberrnan, R. E. ....... .. Silkm, I. ....... . Sillesen, Dawn D.... .. M. ..... . Silva, G. J. ......... .. Silver, Marjorie A. .... .. Silver, M. ......... . Silver, R. .... . ..... . Silverman, Doris L. .... . . Silverman, G. ....... . Silverstrini, D. .... . Silvertrust, D. A.. Sim J. R...,.. ......... .. Sirnkins, Patricia A ..... 267, Simlms, G. .............. . Simmans, E. N. ..... .... . Simmens, H. L. ....... Simmergren, R. M. .... Simmons, D. H. ..... . . . Simmons, Nancy .... .. Simmons, O. E .... .. 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