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NIVEB 1 . f 1 K X ,lf V P4, J A p, ,AY I ,AMII S X ' ffl, J r , ,wk IF' 4 Yli1?f3P1+-12'if5v lfilaimli Q 4 N ' ,K X ,M 1:1 l 1 ' I' . , go , , ' 1 fp K K V 1 9 L p r K UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA, ILLINOIS OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Spring , 1948 To the Students of the University of Illinois: At Urbana-Champaign, as at Chicago and Galesburg, we are bigger than ever before. Probably few old resi- dents or Hold tlmersu ever expected to see the day when over 19,000 students would be in full-time residence on the main campus. Of course, this has brought some hard- ships to us all but my observation is that students, faculty, and townspeople have exhibited an extraordinary amount of patience and good will. The housing facili- ties have improved somewhat and the lines for food and other services are perhaps shorter than last year. The main thing is that through the generous provi- sion of the Legislature and the farsightedness of the Board of Trustees we are able to serve the needs of over 27,000 students on four campuses. It is evident that staff members, old and new, are doing their uttermost to maintain a high quality of instruction and guidance. All of us are anxious to keep the educational experience from being diluted. To this end we have added large numbers of staff members. We all hope to have new classroom and laboratory facilities available by the end of 1948. With the com- pletion of the buildings for Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering, to- gether with a large residence hall for women, we shall have some relief. However, we ask every student to be patient in view of a predicted shortage of educational facilities during the junior and senior years. The student body is still predominantly veteran and it is on behalf of these men and women especially that we renew our pledge of loyalty and service to the Uni- versity, State, and Nation. Sincerely yours, afdtfyf George D. Stoddard President 51' A xxx Q, O NX 1 A pang . I fc f f 'x o "N 25TH J. Xyxxx ,. Q ts S x og". Q X 1" Q' '-., If . f P .'n ' - t Q .' ' N ' ff W 'Uvx-RN x -1 E X 7- .9 5 fc W " 9. I I-I-1 E ' 1 1 9 In g 1 g X ua! 6 an I x fffqztr i f f 'Q f -7 '92?f ' -. - 1 .5 ' . 119- If , -f S5059 7fze Bama! of 7fm4l'ewL. . . Y OF -9 'v ly' 1 4 X H 5 I fflw mx? Us 9 O QB I "N QRTERED lx ,.. N H , ,F 'Y I 'u 5 Q' 'C 'o I ve? 'U' ' Q 'I 5 A Q jf cllculysrrfugc gg 1. Z 1 E 12 of 1 1, - S 2 D 5 4 5 '35 5 Y will ' 4 i Q 506 ,S X 22 Vernon L. Nickell, Superinlena'e11t of Publi: lmtrlzrlian Left lo figbff Walter W. McLaughlin, Frank H. McKelvey, Kenney E. Williamson, Chester R. Davis oFF1C12Rs or THE BoARD Park Livingston ............. Presicleizt Harrison E. Cunningham ..... Secretary lrvin L. Porter .............. Treasurer Lloyd Morey . . . . .C oriiptroller E Park Livingston, Prerizienl of the Board ELECTED MEMBERS Chester R. Davis .............. Chicago Dr. Martin G. Luken. . . .... Chicago Frank H. McKelvey ........ Springfeld Walter W. McLaughlin ....... Decatur Dr. Karl A. Meyer ........ . . .Chicago Kenney E. Williamson .... . . .Peoria John R. Eornof ........ . . .Streator Mrs. Doris S. Holt .... . . .Flora Left to right: Irvin L. Porter, Lloyd Morey, Harrison E. Cunningham Left lo right: Dr. Martin G. Luken, Mrs. Doris S. Holt, john R. Fornof, Dr. Karl A. Meyer Anthony Janata, Affiymnt la the P1'E.fid6I1f Lloyd Morey, Comptroller of the Univefflly Left zo fight: Charles Delong, Bu1'Ja1',' George Tuttle, Dzreftor of Admiffianf and R6L'07'd5,' Coleman Griffith, Prowolt Left to right: Harry K. Allen, Director of Bureau of Eronomic and Bufinefr Kefenrrbp HQrace M. Gray, Zireetor of Inlftitute of Government and Public Aj'air.v,' William H, Scheick, Co-ardlnatar of Small amei Counfi '7he Zi ' ' of fllinaid Actmmubmzfzu Ufficicald. . . . Left ta right: Vernon L. Kretschmer, -Manager of Illini Union Bufldingg Harold Dawson, Director of Student Plafernent Bureaug Leshe A. Bryan, Director of lnxtztute of Aeronuutlci Miss Irene Pierpon - Social Director of Illznz Union ,,.,,A 'big id wffm , Y ' 'xx . 'F Lag 1-nm W-W WW n ,v1:2.,,,': , ., .,.,,,. X vm v :saga V , gggggsa' ' g ::': :' wg-if, W Mm M. W " 9 'L .f M41 7h6 366444 . . . The major duty of the Deans of the University is to counsel students in regard to their personal problems, including social, scholastic, and Hnancial difficulties. Dean of Students Fred H. Turner, supervises the numerous Dean's activities. In the eyes of University Students Dean Turner has gained high admiration for his genuine interest and help- ful advice in personal consultation as Well as his Work pertaining to campus events, social affairs, fraternities, extra-curricular activities, organiza- tions, and employment. Dean of VVomen Mariam A. Sheldon assumed the duties of her office in january of 1948 after serving as an officer with the WAVES, and soon gained the admiration of all the Illinois Coeds, single and married alike, because of her straightforward, effi- cient, and sincere manner. Edward E. Stafford has been Dean of Men since 1944, and has handled the duties of his ofhce with efficiency and distinction although thousands of veterans on the campus have necessitated enlarge- ment of the Dean's facilities. Dean Edward Stafford Dean Fred Turner 3154151 W9 K M I .waz 1 x 5 3 2 E 5 S J 4 w w ,4 X 1 fflf M 1 ft, U! 5, I, I. , 1 I ,px u .,' f. ' nh ' Zffzianas ' dancfgafaaald.. 30 31 Q- LOUISE AGASE WILLIAM WEIRICH ALLEN JAMES READ BROOKS, JR. WILLIAM REA BUCHANAN JOHN HAGELOW BURMASTER FRED WESLEY CARRIER ROBERT JAMES DOHERTY ARTHUR JAMES DUFELMEIER WILLIAM NICHOLAS HERLEMAN JOHN WALTER HULL KEITH EUGENE HUTSON ROBERT GEORGE MALLEY WESLEY EDWIN MARCHUK WILLIAM HERBERT NEWBY FRANK TIMOTHY PACELLI GEORGE MATTOX PLATT QVL- J CHARLES KILBURNE PRESTON MARVIN JOSEPH ROTBLATT JULIUS A. RYKOVICH JOHN EDWARD TWOMEY GEORGE REAL WALKER JOHN EDWARD WATKINS HUBERT JULIAN WETZEL WILLLIAM EDWARD WRIGHT ff I I I Mainz VIRGINIA BAKER CARLA HEISS I 5 0056 DOROTHY ANN PRICE MARY LOU ROHLING LOIS BOLLE MARTHA HOLMES JANE BUESCHER JOYCE HULL CATHERINE SNOW ,LORENE CAROTHERS MARGARET JOHN MARY MYRTH WALLACE IPHYLLIS CHALK LOIS KLEIN MARY JO WEDGE JEAN GATES PATRICIA LAUCHNER FRANCES WACASER IGLORIA GOULD CAROL LOTT RUTH WEIMER MARY MCLAUGHLIN I 33 I A Ben Fisher, Prexidenl jo Ann Baysinger, Serremry-T1'e'4zm1'er,' Shirley Brown, Vice-P1-eridenl Seniafla Seniar Ball Comlgzilfee-Standing, left in right: William Randolph, Herbert Shaffer, Thomas Laycock, Leon I.eBeau Seated, left lo rzgbt: Jeanne Schroeder, Gloria Pagliarulo, Patricia Murphy, Carmen McKemie, Florence Christiansen, Mary Lou Rohling f ww ee, .. grim, .. mmf'- zmsf' being N M .msg-1' iv sg , ,Q W za Q-w..ggg1 Q aussi W, ne R-1. ga, .f fa 7 ,. X. 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W. , Division of Special Services A Ei..-E i Arrountancy Accountancy Club Millikin University 14:21 , . 27 ELIZABETH ANNE ADAIR ...... - 1-- , ana Liberal Arts and - Mathematics Phi Mu Honors Da UD Y GENEVA DEPTRIS ADA ....,. Champaign - iw L11 ' - Liberal Arts Sciences Pryrh ' Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day flj ' State University of JAMES CRAIG ADAIR ............ .Champaign Engineering W Mechanical Engineerin A.S.M.E.g I.A.S.g American Le ion 121 Honors Day C21 ri 'I OSCAR WAY ADAMS .... . . . . .Urbana Phyrir ation :le WILLIAM PETER AD ......... Urhana H irtu 'K iv Honors Day f2J .A ri' if if "' 'inf are 'Ffa' d 3,33 v ,ailegif heir is 1 is A Q X1 , , Hog A ,I A 5 fa- ' r "svn I Arabia-ggi 'ey.,m'ik6.a Bag' z 4 I is ,rib 'egg 'S' 'f-me ' 9 ' we. MERWYN HOWARD ADELMAN. . . .... Chirago Commerce Marketing Alpha Epsilon Pi Freshman Council: Marketing Clubg Account- ancy Clubg Hillel Eoundationg Freshman Var- sity Golf Squad Honors D-ay Q33 University of Louisville 36 ROBERT ALLEN ADKINSON ........ Smirhrhire Engineering Elerirical Engineering Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pi Honors Day tl, 2, 3-J g University of Illinois Scholarship Key LOUIS AGASE ......,.............. Erannon Physical Education Phyrical Education Sigma Nu Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Tribe of Illinig Var- Squad C1 2, 3 45 Letter Q1 1 ...fe-fi., W -fa 1 , ' ' , , , , 2, ,3amnaage2gt,,t,, Squad CU, Letter Q11 g .r .Q ,H jd. mga, f ,Lf , rf i , J ,T if Li 'A W as isa ,, W my fag V, f r 4 , DOGAN AKAD ................. Izmir, Turkey Engineering Civil Engineering Cosmopolitan Club Rober College, Turkey NECATI A1ccAeLILAn... ........ Izmir, Turkey Engineering Civil Engineering Q University of Istanbul aw, iff ' fi ,Az HALUK AKOL .............. Irranbul, Turkey Engineering Ceramic Engineering Galoto Saroy Lyceum JANE TERESA ALAYU .,....,......,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrholagy Cosmopolitan Club .A- Numerals an 'liliff L Q ed? ff " LOIS JEAN ALBERTSON .,.... ...Chicago Journalism Radio Phi Mu Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 3, 41.5 The Daily Illini fl, Zjg Production Staff, "Bar- chester Towers", "Three Men on a Horse", "The Skin of Our Teeth", "The Male Ani- mal", "Pirates of Penzance" BRYCE ELBERT ALBERTY ........ Lincoln, Neh. Engineering Merhanirul Engineering Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day GJ University of Nebraska E Cosmopolitan Club a MARGARET KATHERINE ALcocK ...... Cbiraga Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Kappa Alpha Theta W.A.A.g Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet" WARREN JOSEPH ALCOCK JR .. .Chiraga Division of Special ServIces Camnzefte Psi Upsrlon House President MJ Interfraternity Execu- tive Council Q33 HELEN JEANET .. .Claieaga Arts and Sciences Englub Alpha Kappa Alpha French Club Y WC A Cabinet f2, 39 S Pro- duction Staff Anthony and Cleopatra" AJOR ALEXANDER gineering Englneeung Kappa Alpha Ps A S M E Stovse junior College BEVERLEE JEAN ALLEN Education Playrzeal Education Delta Gamma Stephens College fi f JR-A ' Sz. Loan, Ma. BILLIE .... Pekm Education Hirtory Delta The 5 Pan-Hellenic Execue tive , Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Q55 CLARA ESTELLA ALLEN ......... Earn St. Louir Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day 125 ISAAC ALLEN ................ Bayonne, N. J. Division of Special Services Adaertiring and Selling Pi Lambda Phi Marketing Club 15, 455 House President CS, 41 g Interfraternity Executive Council Q21 New York University PAscAL EATON ALLEN .......... Green Valley Agriculture General Agriealture Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horng Freshman Varsity Cross Country Track Squad ffl! L RUTI-I ALLEN .................. Green Valley Education Manic Zeta Tau Alpha ' The Illio QU g The Daily Illini KZJ g W.A.A.g University Chorus C13 5 Illini Union Committee 131 g Cast, "Patience"g Production Staff, "Warrior's Husband" WILLIAM ,ALLEN ............ .... P alertine journalism Editorial Four Columns Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Director, Department of Recreation, Illini Uniong Omega Beta Pig Publicity Chairman, Junior Promg House 4 r President 123 g Illini Union Board f J g Union Council CBM Illini Union HELEN LOUISE ALLOTT ......... Liberal Arts and Englirh Alpha Gamma Delta Illinois Wesleyan Uni' ELBERT LEERs Danwlle Engineering Club Riflesg Tau Nu Tau' M.I.S Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad Second Lieutenant, University Brigade LESTER CHARLES ALTHOFF .... .... E jinglaam Commerce Management Moore Hall Ohio Wesleyan Universityg University Virginia BETTY JANE ALTPETER ............ La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Spanirb Chi Omega Mask and Baubleg Production Staff, "Bar- chester Towers", "Romeo and Juliet' , of Our Teeth", "Three Men on a Horse "Male Animal" LEO ALTSI-IULER ......... .... C blcage Law Law Phi Eta Sigmag Nu Beta Epsilon Honors Day 11, 3Jg Order of Caifg Junior Bar Association Central Y.M.C.A. College -,za , :X aa- 5 Q X , SM. Si A a s ga Wi f i 1 JK ef- .EK 5131 ' , .effaggga f V .A i E i 1 , fa is i 5' of I a gl ,N ff X is L gg a. X. 1 5 if ill? 1 f 5 iii "E ,. if .1 i E X iii i f 3 ff 5 All '55 2 a, iz wig? 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Q 1 X E i is X f HQ xl a, lili LARENCE ALEXANDER ANDERSON A Q55 dig gi l l SES ' Cioil Engineerin gag Xff wg - gi X X 5 f af ji aa A.S.C.E.g A.v.c. lg I , ,ir, a 1- ella PX ai I il X 3 i ii I i 1: H , Q52 XX, X E ix Q :Z g i g 1 I gf ii I S gy, if ' X K: Q all lglilif ga QE l f ' 2 ' ,,,XgiiXa ' 'egg 1 iii- ,,',. ' 25255 ' 'Q 3 CLYDE MURRAY ANDERS ..... Srronghouz f lg' ' ' il ' l Comm il, A gi: Fl 1 E335 . Markeg si! E gigs? E ga E35 Marketing Clubg Accoun Club X S in iii 2 -i' if l 5 as- i L A gig gi gi f 4425 " f ef,' A5 3, I ,K A 2 g'1gX. ?iiii s ,Q a gig E Ki 5 ,agiiifi iii. ii Xl Xia iii Sail fag, . in S5 If ' aaa, A l ,Q 5 X5 3 fs 3 E 5 Q 5 '2 if 'l f 1 , ' E if- S 'I is ga gigs , gif 2 S in 1 Xgil lg vig E I 4a QE 2 53?Qp,5 ONs1'ANcE ARLENE ANDERSON.. .Rockford in l ,E H gs- gigs Ugglggggg Liberal Arts and Science , ag Q , i ii E i, Hama 535 2,2 iii til gr ii E l f Gamma Phi Beta ai ,X , 1 s 111i0 up i 475 I E IQ 5 1 215' X ii? 5 a lg s 1 1 ,E Si li fig ,i Eiyagag Y if i i " 7 l ' v K i'iiE. f',isgilX:iX 1l X l Q i' ig fiiifllgll e il Eli lie! ifiglgiti 5 ' ill Li 5 a lfi Hill ,i l il lag if ii.: 3 ., l l il i algsll l E his ill i life -. Vi il f .L Xl. 1.23" gg 5 xl . Q ' l 5 aggiil a ARL REICE ANDERSON. . .... Champaign fliifii ai f ggi sl , Y fa lqg it ii li b i ' is El hif i l i fill? i ll, E555 5 5 E 5 H g ggl iersliing Rifles s 1 555 i i, X Xa si A . I qs ffiliiglfl .1 ilialii? f fm hifi A flag fi Pia ,il ' A EDWARD VERNARD ANU ....... DeKalb ' ' X Engine .6 ' Mechanical ,W - - a flz Northern Illinois State , - Q if-, X i Xa al' E is' .XX -Y, s c an ig, i X a, 1 is X j,, X fi! ,E Xi ? a .i fs . i ,a 2, ia, g , 'ai 1 l f,,i g , A a ff ' :' xi ,Q i, , , :ii ii f i -ai, 2 f X Xi Vs g. is a ,Q 'V ii i, X ia' ia i z i c 5 , ggi , HV l G Q Sig Q5 Ex i i gig ggaia Xa 5 E R Wg tgsgiglgf E ' l 'bi ll! fi iw Viiiltgi' 5215! iilllg Z E 3 Mil hill , ll l X ' ii ig X ill il li .ill E Qj ' iQfliili Q ' ggflf fgfig is iii ii" 55 il 5593 2 X, 1 , iii LM aa f Mali lla it ii iiillsli an iii? iiiiillli' 5' 3? 'liiifl ig F iii i ,Eli 'll' E53 liifsflhm Al Kr L E lllllif lXX 5 lwgifihfa a Q X X l li lm, i i X , i rip ii, 2 ,ga i, i n egg 253 H XX 5555? gif E 3 5 aisiyglifiis 2 25 E56 gjfgil? EEEEEEESE z V a gfgag, is I srl V. giailitil i X'iQ5iliafX?,2,ffa l la? a Xg iiiiialil ll li E la l lllai li JM is Jill? il il ill lq fl Mfil ii? 5s,4ags,siX Eg , g an i iii' '13 fall ll ll 5 QW gg gilig s XIX sis En 2 r a 6? lgyil, Bmw gig gilig it ga E5l1gl5e'lls ig s i E gs afaggigiagi Elissa' r ,s in Wir' U 'Rl ill M? ifli if glliil' lllii rllilfiiiis ah li5iEilEilEE s iii li E' ll E xiii E25 8 like Us ill iii 52Q' fi'ffff 5235 ilu E12 lass? 2 Elliigfii if lg alles l all 5 lg! l 3 Ili EL i I E 3 'il A S ggi 1 SEX ii ZEN! E l Y Nazis? ii gi f X, 5 li 5 illiiaiailaaliaiii lalaa 1 i ll li A 5 ea- ,a a. ' ai:-. 2335 ll 1 a ORDON WILLIAM ANDERSON. . . . . .LaGrange Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Un 8 iversity of Wlisconsin HARRY LEROY ANDERSON JR. Louiwille Ky. Engineering Ceramic Engineering A.C.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology' Uni- versity of Louisville HELEN LUCILLE ANDERSON .......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Kappa Alpha House President f2D HUGH ROBERT ANDERSON ........ Mt. Vernon Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E.g Alpha Phi Omega' Pershing Rifles Honors Day Q35 JANE ANDERSON ................ Broadlandx Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Delta Gamma The Daily Illini Q23 Indiana University Louis CARROLL ANDERSON .......... Chicago Education Indmirial Education Honors Day flj MERRIAM MAE ANDERSON ....,...., Wilmefte Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfychology McKinley Hall Cabinet ft 47 RICHARD ALBIN ANDERSON ..... .... C hicago Engineering Cioil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Chi Gamma Iotag Chi Epsilong A.S.C.E.g Concert- Band 15, 414 University Orchestra C41 Duke University RICHARD MILLES ANDERSON ........ Oak Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda y , 1 a 1 t 4' ...aa , S 4 55, S ea I, 1 KWYH l a ll ug xl ,i , s . ' ai. a X1 U If 4 a i 7 a f ' I Q li X Q X ' "' ' .1 -a-v 'Ani Q 1 Xt I ROBERT HOLMES ANDERSON ......... Cbirago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Illinois Institute of Technology ROBERT LEWIS ANDERSON ...LaMoille Engineering Civil Engineering A S C E LaSalle Peru Junior College WILSON BRADY ANTHONY ....... Waco, Tex. Agriculture Dairy Production Alpha Zetag Agriculture Club Honors Day 12, 5JQ University of Illinois Scholarship Key MATTHEW ANTONIO ........ ..... P elein Journalism Adrertiring Four Columns Alpha Delta Sigma Honors Day Q31 . . . .Clinton ysical Education ynral Education RNER ANDREWS ..... Peoria a--L., on of Special Services Acacia Pierrots Productio Seventh Heaven", Carmen Rope s E The Women" MARCELLA ANDREWS Liberal Arts and Sciences Dirzxzon of General Stuaiier Leinad Manor We-ik, .i,nl,' Pb . . Q .. .. .. , .- , wig.- ,Sax SAMUEL Glorerwille, N. Y. Engineering Annex A.S.C.E. BARBARA LOUISE ANNEGERS ........ Galerburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Speerla Correction Busey Hall The Illio QU 5 Illini Union Committee Q11 HELEN ANTHONY .............. Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacloer Training in French Spanish Clubg French Club SUZANNE APPELLE .............. Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Kappa Kappa Gamma Torchg Shi-Aig House President K-435 Illini Union Committee C31 5 Star Course, Board of Managers fl, 21 3 Production Staff, "Bar chester Towers" Honors Day f3l RALPH EUGENE APPLE .... .Elgin Liberal Arts and Biological Ice Rink Spanish Clubg The Il UD Y M C APPLE ....... .... E lgm Commerce Accountancy .. University LEONA IRIS ARENSON ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences PIyclJology Ivria French Club fljg German Club C33 5 Hillel Foundation C23 CHARLES RALPH ARMOUR .......... Rockford Commerce Induxtrial Management Sigma Chi Phi Eta Sigmag The Illio 123 Honors Day Q25 GENE LEE ARMSTRONG ............ ..Clinton Engineering Aeronautical Engineering I 39 ' i f j '.-k Q ' D ifflf' A 2 If Q' , I-xoMAs ROBERT ARMSTRONG ..... C ham pazgn ,fa rg- it , . . -A g ? Engmeefmg an if .. 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I 1 ,N 1. ,,, , , I Physical Ediiziki' on J A t i if ig oil . I . if rl SEQ? gig 'I I f alg- , A S , , xl ,Q 3 .Y " EiY i:"1 f - g r , ' 2' I' I - ia ,." , Zag 4--. we ,I l fi 1 ,ii 51 Za -f 2 if r v ,. W gag rw '- l V My -"P A - Teacher Traznijilgii Physical Hilcrest hysical Education Club fl, 2, 3, 41 g .A.A.g w.A.A. Y DAVID ROBERT .... Azlanza, Ga. Eng Mechanical 'lg Phi Gamma Delta K H V V It I A , to' if 5 uf xrfiif 4 r gf lfjiifi, V I ' nai- BLWYL ae? Y 4453 igggezy W V .ni ,L l S9 ra we 'fi ,I fini. ii' Zfwcy-ifi? on-am. ' . A' ,ali ,ij wt! 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Ey57,,: ..,, Honors Day Cl, 2, 31g University of Illinois I. kt Scholarship Key 4 O ja gg-garage: I ,ialcaoi '91"'2Ql14Qli'.Qi 'C flair low - ii' w 1 ' f A, az, If Mafhlllrl if WWW all ayfffzaewcfj 9 Eflu JIM is 4.4 s, aiiignmrff' ,ef 1 .Sli 'Q , - A , hiyghi ag? , 392 fr13lgQ,ff4f,g5,, 3,1 ,, at , lilo HAROLD ASHLEY Arxvooo ........... Antioch Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacherr Training Blackburn College ERWIN LOREN AUFDENKAMP. .. .. .Chapin Commerce Adzfectiring Beta Theta Pi Sachemg Assistant Business Manager of The IQ ' Illini' The Daily Illini f5JQ Produc- Af c i ' aiting for Lefty" "Anniver- - - 'asf f 2 it J 1 42 W QJ AEI 3217- A M I I . " Engineering Sanilafy Engineering A.S.C.E.g Mu-Sang Y.M.C.A. WILLIAM HENRY AWALT .... ...Cicero Commerce Accoanlancy Accountancy Club Springfield Junior College cw : HI W -I EY1 E T" E11 15 G Cb L: Cl C1 V! Ll 2 . Eff 5 1 vs 25:56. E S .. ' I f mfr? . 4 ,,. 8 , iii' WILLIAM BACK ................... Belleville it Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Phi Delta Theta Skull and Crescentg Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Cyclothem Clubg Cast, "Romeo and ,Iuliet"g Production Staif, "Claudia", "H.M.S. Pinafore" EMILY MARIE BACON. .......... ..... U rlana Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Chi Omega The Illio fl, 21 3 Illini Union Committee "Barchester Towers" . 3 , . EDWARD JAMES BADER ,.,..... .. .Princeton Engineering Mechanical Engineering Noble House Pi Tau Sigmag Business Manager, The Illinois Technographg A,S,M.E,g The Illinois Tech- nograph fill Indiana State Teachers' College MILAN BAGEL .............,. .... . .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Wright Junior College MIRIABI BAI-IcAI.I. Maywaod Lrberal Arts and Scrences Pryebalogy Indeco GEORGE BEUTTEL BAILEY Sharon Marr Engrneerrng Electrical Englneerzng Delta Kappa Epsrlon A I E E Varsrty Cross Country Track Squad 121 Freshman Varsrty Track Squad Frrst Regrmental Band C21 Varsrty Track Squad Massachusetts Instrtute of Technology ABM OAN BAILEY Cbrraga I eral Arts and Scrences Socmlogy Busey Hall Socrology Club C5 41 YW C A 121 Grrnnell College Urbana Commerce rcaunzancg I Pershmg Rrfles Board of M rs Honors Day 151 Ball State Teachers Col CHARLES BAKER Franklzn Engrneerrng Elecmcal Englneerlng Tomahawk Phr Eta Srgma Mask and Bauble Prerrots IRE Cast Twelfth Nrght The Warrror s Husband Produc Staii Ruddrgore Three Penny Hon a 111 ARLAN M1 Maw Srgma S A E VIRGINIA BAKER Danrzlle Frne and Applred Arts Maur Educatlon Presbyterran Hall Mortar Board Torch Vrce Presrdent jurnor Class Srgma Alpha Iota Y W C A Cabmet 141 , Star Course, Board of Managers CZ, 51 Women s Glee Club 11, 51 Honors Day Cl, 2, 51 , Unrversrty of Illrnn s Scholarshrp Key DELPI-IINE BALDXVIN ' Genoa Lrberal Arts and Scrences Geography Honors Day Q11 ROBERT BALFOUR CIPIMSU Engrneerrng Merbanlral Engineering Grevada Chalet A S M E Honors Day Q21 .....'.e"-,,..,.1" I GEORGE HENRY BALL Claarnpazgn Commerce Marketing Marketrng Club Q41 Accountancy Club Q41 Itasca College MARJORIE BALLINGER Decatur Commerce Indurfrzal Management Evans Hall Marketrng Club Accountancy Club Produc Our Teeth FLEANOR PATRICIA BALSLEY orruonwlle Lrberal Arts and S nces Zoology Evans Hall Illrnr Unron Councrl Q41 Illrnr Unron Com mrttee 13 41 MacMurray College RICHARD CIK Clmago me and Applred Arts Arebrtecture Alpha Mu Unrversrty of Alabama Unrversrty of Ne braska Unrversrty of Chrcago Unrversrty of Cambrrdge Beaux Arts JACK LESLIE BARAS Calumbza Tenn Drvrsron of Special Servrces Advertzrzng Phr Epsrlon PI Alpha Delta Srgma Marketrng Club The Illro C11 The Darly Illmr Q1 21 Carson Newman College Unrversrty f Chattanooga -'Pre'-'HV' CHARLES WILLIAM BARENEANGER Vandalra Engrneermg C1111 Engineering Moore Hall Mu San A S C E Arkansas Agrlculture and Mechanrcal Col lege, Unrversrty of Loursvrlle l I JOHN DELBERT BARNES Henry Commerce Accountancy Phr Delta Theta Knox College 41 I .......... I ..... I . . . .4 ,... I ....... . .. . l K,.. I I, 15, K I Q21 A g Y .. qf ..... ' ............. . ' l 3 l I U I tion Staff, "The Sorcerer", "The Skin of Ph' . , S ul Q ' . . . . 4, . . . I 121 - , Ai"-'ll H .......... . ....,,,,, ' I , ing ' ' A. . . . ' 5 ' I 5 .l 5 ' ' 0 For almost four decades Dean Rusk has served the University of Illinois. Starting as an assistant in animal husbandry in 1910, he advanced in twelve years to the headship of the Department of Animal Husbandry. In 1939 he became Dean of the College of Agriculture, the latter office carrying with it two other heavy responsibilities -the directorship of the Agricultural Experi- ment Station and of the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics. Dean Rusk was born on a farm near Rantoul, Illinois, in 1884. The family later moved to northern Indiana where, Dean Rusk says, he had the usual experiences of a boy who grew up around the turn of the century on a fairly large farm with some native prairie sod still to be broken, glacial boulders to be hauled from the Helds, tile drains to be laid, and hogs, cattle, and horses to be cared for. ... Cay. 05 f Dean Henry Rusk He received his BS. in Agriculture at the Uni- versity of Missouri in 1908 and his M.S. from the same institution in 1911. He was a member of the staff of the University of Missouri in 1908 and of the Purdue Experiment Station in 1909. Dean Rusk is noted for his clear thinking and fearless speaking in matters concerning agriculture. He is a member of the Agricultural Board of the National Research Council and has just accepted membership on the Agricultural Committee of the recently created Commission on Organization of the Executive Branches of the Government, Ex-Presi- dent Herbert Hoover being the chairman of the Commission. The recreation the Dean loves best he finds in the fields and flocks of his own and the College farms. zimfime The College of Agriculture as we know it today, with its 1700 students, graduate and undergraduate in agriculture and home economics, its 224 courses, and its 260 research projects, had its real beginning in the 1890's with the coming of Eugene Davenport to the University. In the earlier period C1867-18955 the efforts of Burrill, Bliss, Miles, and Morrow gave substance to attempts to vitalize the agricultural interests at the University. Louise Allen C1874-18795 organized what was said to be "the first college course of high grade in domestic science in this country." The famous Morrow Plots, the oldest of their kind in America, second oldest in the world, were started. But these years were marked mostly by slow ad- vance and recession, disappointment, and lack of support. The story was different in the Davenport period Q1895-19225. ln 1899, with only 19 students in the College, the General Assembly appropriated S515 0,000 to build what is now Davenport Hall. Re- search was vigorously pushed. The Extension Serv- ice was developed. Hopkins, Mumford, Blair, Frasier, and Isabel Bevier formed the nucleus of what was to become a notable staff. Each gave years of service to the College. They pioneered together, they built, they supplied the philosophy and direction for the policies and procedures that in a remarkably few years were to place the College in the front rank of such institutions. By 1915 over 1200 students were enrolled in the College. Since 1922 Dean Mumford Q1922-19385, Dean Blair Q1938-19395, and Dean Rusk have guided the affairs of the College. Despite the severe and pro- longed depression and the second world war, these have been years of steady growth, the consolidation of gains, and the meeting of problems that come with maturity. The present academic staff numbers 374 full and part-time members. The investment in buildings, flocks, herds, and equipment is valued at more than 2 million dollars. But the students and what they do with their education remain as always the primary interest of the College. Mumford Hall A ras Q A ieleqlv lg as da ,,,afP?i?a3 4'E?g, PW A CAA-f f e E, rw ga g 11 'B ML r at SU " ,Q if Iv M551 ,gif lfll mic, Ayala ry ia 3 I Q, I ' A?'Af5ilii Ansar rf? F AAA ,Ag I1 NAM min F22 1 15 Ns Pgiamg A, ,E r an Ee A ig?,?wri,,gg ,, S W ai Er-91s 6 g s'iii-Irfan I Q, as W V S9 MZ? My G Ci wgiwm 'l' 'A M 5 A 4 4'-rf ," H56 A V ,R A fe A 51523 Agfa f we z ,K 3 'x PLY ea a af' bfqgmei i V? 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Hinxdale Division of Special Services A Radio Advertiring M ,, Lambda Chi Alpha at N' llini Union Committee C313 WILL 141g Cappella Choir f31 ' Muhlenberg College A P' A Ji v e ' MARXVINI BARON ....,,......... iii X Commerce ' Markeiing Reeter Club Marketing Club Wfilson Junior College A A , " ,.,, moi-as OSEPH JACOB BARONE Dunkirk N. l. Division of Services Indartrial Miifgggiggenzenz ewman Club, Marketing Club ARGARET FRANCES BARRETT. .. Q ' . . .Claim o ,Liberal Arts and Scienc Teacher Training in Social 5 die: Busey Hall OBERT MILLER BARRICK M3113 .... Markznaw Division of Sp Services Sales Alpha Tau Omega panish Club, Accogf Clubg Marketing Lincoln Junior i x r- I 1 , .I- 'fi ..vI sg if li' ,,i,, ri 1, 5 551351 It ,ie 5. if , ills 1 li ail- UE! in Srl' I .1-i A f, ., ' g",v.' 2512: ERNARD BARRISI-I . . ....... Chicago R 2 . 1 Marketing and C0 N. ,,, 4 Newman Hall -zlfgac-:sig .Q ebate Teamg Marketing Club University of Nevada 1 ,,,, ESTER BARRY, JR .......... ...SL Loair, M . 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Honors Day C1 31 WILLIAM DENTON BART:-I. .. .... , ..... Peoria Division of Special Services Accountancy Beta Theta Pi Accountancy Club' Pershing Rifles - - HY an University' Michigan ' 1- , , M as g l , , ' --,wg lsgaa ' DONALD RAY BARTI-IEL ......... Milledgeville Engineering Eleczrieal Engineering A. .E.E.' I, .E. IXIARTHA ELEANOR BART:-IEL ..,..... Eldorado Liberal Arts and Sciences Soriology Stephens College OTI-Io FORD BARTI-IoI.ow ......... Clvarnpaign Commerce Management and Eronomicr Sigma Alpha Epsilon Varsity Football Squad Q11 Honors Day 111 HELEN MARIE BARTLEY .....,........ LaSalle Fine and Applied Arts Indartrial Derign Cagle Hall Rifle and Pistol Club' W.A.A.' House Presi- f Joi-IN ROBERT BARTLEY ...... ...Saunemin Agriculture Voealional Education Phi Kappa Phig Alpha Zetag Gamma Sigma Deltag.Alpha Tau Alphag Psi Chig Agricul- tural Economics Club: Tribe of Illinig Fresh- man Varsity Wrestling Squadg Varsity Wrest- ling Squad 121, Letter f21 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key, Bronze Tablet PATRICIA MAY BARTON ........ ...DeKalb Journalism Radio Illini Hall The Daily Illini 81 3 Concert Band fl, 21 g Illini Union Committee U13 Women's Glee Club Cl, 2, 5, 41 5 University Orchestra C21 3 WILL fl, 2, 3, 41, A Cappella Choir 1415 Cast, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Blithe Spirit", Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Romeo and Juliet" ts , , 0 151 Ai tofu -51 A i , Flltggifen ye, ' 1 f 5 mf' Q tgvvgf N A' HA H A, , I X as it, i . A 5 t Q Aff 'Aa fs'4s ' - I , R 5 R df ef 'QA Az rf Aga ek +553 X511 lv 'ogg N R N , , t ' f' A r 1 edu 41 , , A 1 ua as C g U :J jg A A , Nsnqfq lr 5 . au, 'w, L4 was A 'ea WQNQU 5. -M0 fi., s,,x,, MALVINA BARTOSIEWICZ ............ Chirago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemifiry Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Senior Manager, Illini Theater Guildg Mask and Baubleg Newman Clubg Cast, "Squaring the Circle", "The Trojan Women"g Production Staff, "joan of Lorraine", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Three Penny Opera" Honors Day 111 DOROTHY DEAN BATTLES ............. Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemiilry Pi Beta Phi Iota Sigma Pig Canterbury Club Bradley University .,. , . in 1. .... . . . .Peoria 'Mm "Wir Agriculture Home Eronomicr Pi Beta Phi Canterbury Club Bradley University JR ...... Lztfle Roch, Ark. Commerce ,. ,anagenzent Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomore Classg Spanish Clubg Club Louisiana State Unive fa F BAUMRIND IRVING .......... Brnolalyn, Liberal Arts and Sciences 'w x Pre-Medicine Tau Delta Phi y Omega Beta Pi A Honors Day Q11 'zgfgaiagzgb BAYNE, . Forert Rzrer, N. Dah. Engineering Engineering Minnesota y r Jo ANN BAYsINoER ................ Srreazor Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrhology Delta Gamma Torchg Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag Secre- tary-Treasurer, Senior Classg The Illio Q1 2, 315 Illini Union Committee fl, 215 Pro- duction Stail, "Barchester Towers" Honors Day fl, 21 RANDALL LIONEL BEASLEY .... ..., I rrfing Engineering Agricultural Engineering Wenatchee House Men's Glee Club C21 Blackburn College Louis FREDERICK BECHTOLD ........ Belleville Fine and Applied Arts Landrcape Architecture Phi Delta Theta The Illio C21 N Parks Air Collegeg University of Colorado - f tr. i 333 , HERBERT HENRY BECK, JR .... ..... O ak Park Commerce Areounrancy Chi Psi Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Club Biarritz American University, France ii 5 E , JOHN CALVIN BEGGS .......... .... U rbana Engineering Aeronaufiral Engineering I.A.S. Honors Day CZ, 3? Wilson City Collegeg Purdue University 4 VIRGINIA MCELRATI-I BEGGS. .... Urbana Journalis 5.9 Adrertifi - Alpha Delta Pi 1, -1"' Kappa Tau Alphag 'fi Lambda Deltag Theta Sigma Phig Th aiiy Illini up 4 mini Union Committee H5 Honors Day il, ,ff :E .... .V A 'l I zihlifigq? g is RALP BEI-ILER .... . .Ponliar-, Mir Engineering iff? i f Mechanical Engineering au Sigmag A.S.M.E. Q Honors Day MJ ig University of Notre Dameg Indiana State , Teachers College H ki 5 i E 4 I MARTHA LUISE BEHR .,.............. Norma El Liberal Arts and Sciences IQ 3 Hirfary iii? The Mansion x A 4 Illinois College 'i il i ll 3 I lil? ELMER BAKER BELL ....... Clarhwille, Tenn. i ix Liberal Arts and Sciences l Chemical .Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon l 3 Honors Day 135 E Vanderbilt University iii HENRY ANGELO BELL. . . . ......... flfi Engineering Electrical Engineering il l 2 1 S: J 5 gli ,Q ., 4 - 1.1: , I-EY , faauia . E i , , 2 or E, ,W I 19 'M SW wi 'Q ii i, 5 'll ' , ii sr my fi r-' li .ew f- ' X' " ti er? .er f , Eiififgiil CARL BELTZ, JR .... ..... . .... S t. Lonir, Mo. gffgigipsii Division of Special Services ii' ,iii ig Economicf IEE? gagll ggp Kappa Sigma Q55 E I it 1 'iii University of Missouri iii' 3 fl 5 L lily . 'I N , 2.3 ' ' ffji E. 25 is I iz if' AAisfssifiriiaiiglltllllgiiggA''gil5 zlgl , 2' 4 3 leieeiiiflilii.Zffiaffli a ' 5' . ' I if an yi :rl A51 J,lj:'5f'U I I i Q , Q ', If I fg al 4 ig A' Ii i ia iii it 'tMAURICB ALBERT BENDES .......... Rockford Division of Special Services fli f' E, jg, M2 5 I Marketing 5 I Men's Residence Halls M y '22 E jMarketing Clubg Accountancy Club iii! I1g geliK l 'lyg3 2'f ?Honors Day Q13 gaaygggailggl ii. at rig qt y ga y 4 rua ' - i, il il 52 is S 6 a i W f iiili z m il in Qgf . , f'ii'V . ' ' L L I li I iii I i iina ir . A I 5 3aa'sW iiiifi35I12i ... lil 3 if K , ' iaiiiifig Aisririg rl L jg E s Q 4 'fiiiiifiiiilliliiiiiii AM ES it is EY E? il ?liiA1'iiZiffli W lsr gl EJ if I' ar - f yggkiigg A5323 f y Vg if gtg JANET BENHAM .............. I orra I ii Wg" " iii iii ni 'il 3 l Liberal Arts and Sci ii I rl 1 .I I5 . J E ,l , , I iliiiiif 3.5 2353 gfiiiiiil E lilii.ii'is Brfffffrlrsr I , i ii iii, E im ggi- Alpha Chi Omega. if e alfagif l L IM, ,gggaeliriiio mg Illini Union cone rap f'fgZMriA lll5i'g5fffs ' A is if laffffg gk- '75 5, ' 04 ? A ,5 V Wei .Et F VFW . . 'Er QQ? 133532 g -a-ag ' Bradley University Tjygii ' 5 iw-?'lf'i'iri! iw 2 -ii. ' Sli I ' X F Tie I ii,gili'fa' 4 ri iiliii E I ' I gs Iii. fayfglsigiiirzrfiiea friiins, 2525222 if y5i?Sgi i,, l g-argl 9 E592 li I ,gy .lsr l iflgii liltiiliwwlmi QU E ' " . 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Division of Special Services Commerce Indiana State Teachers College DAVID BEssER ..................... Chicago Division of Special Services Adoertixing The Daily Illini Q23 Wilson Junior College' Gettysburg College CHARLOTTE MARIE BIDDLE .............. Zion Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Palarnar Home Economics Club Honors Day C13 BARBARA JUNE BIENEMANN .... . .Bloomington Commerce Perxonnel Management Alpha Phi Phi Chi Theta' The Illio 123' The Daily Illini f2 3 43 ' W.A.A.' Illini Union Com- mittee Q23 Illinois State Normal University JOHN PETER BILANZIC ....... .... C laicago Commerce Accountancy Men, Residence Hall l University ' nm Sttfnfi I ze- 'ff' ii'Z26e'?5E?'5f2Z"'5c:1-ra., VERLEE BILLINGS .............,.... Chicago ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Evans Hall Spanish Club' Cyclothem Club ARLENE HARRIET BILLOW ..... .... C lricago Journalism Adaertiring Phi Sigma Sigma Spanish Club' Marketing Club' The Illio fl 23' House President C5 43' Production Staff Three Men on a Horse Beggar on Horseback Honors Day Q13 alt, 'iam YAATI i I 'I I , I ia .31 I r f ii! 1 'D Ji-remix 3 sr A, is ul 4 I fl 'A if I f f H a , 513' I '-at ni , a ,r 'ISV r to r s s , s s I I r E I g I 'xiii i If wel in a .ff , yrs ff r i an-.afgiaf . , - 2' zw?'!',a,' an .,,,,. L 97, W' rg 'fIlrZ,ffAAl,yc,. 2 R , I , , s , s .. H r. s I H ARTHUR JOSEPH BILODEAU ..... Quincy, Marr. Engineering Sanitary Engineering Mu-San Holy Cross College THOMAS BINDER ............... Tabor, S. D. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.'Ch.E. Honors Day Q35 Southern Normal State Teachers' College , F 'M A ---- - - -Wflfffflf buts Agriculture Home Economicr Hilcrest W.A.A.g Home Economics Club Q2, 3, 45 MRKELAND ........ Sfockbolm, Sweden ,:., Journalism I ' Radio Delta Illini Union Q1, 21 5 Star Course, Board of Production Staii, "Barchester Towers" Men 0 a Horse' Journalism R" Adoertiring , ' ' n ' x X 'k f S ' ROBERT DONALD BIscI-IOFE. . . .St. Loair, Sigma Chi Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Swim- an ming Squadg Chief Illiniwek Q41 ANDREW B JELLAND. .. .... .Millbrook Engineering Engineering ara A.S.M. President Q51 Honors J I t Q T ' 2 ' T i t A? I I x SQ To ,aft 5 Q in , "it '3: e,1!'I5'4 he Fog! W wi 1 y -1 . RODERT ADAIR BLACKWOOD .... .... U rbana Education HiJtory University of Chattanooga BETTY Lou BLAIR ................ Springfield Fine and Applied Arts Art Educafion and Commercial Derign Busey Hall ROBERT MARCUS BLAND .... Brownrburg, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Arelaiteclaral Engineering ,.,,i up NYM-W Y CLAIRE BLAUEARB .... , .... New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Mask and Baubleg Arepog Illini Union Com- mittee Q3Jg WILL Q2, 5, 4Jg Cast and Pro- duction Staff, "Joan of Lorraine", "Three Penny Opera", "Beggar on Horseback", "Three Men on a Horse"g Production Staff, "King Lear" City College of New York GILBERT DAVID BLECHMAN ..... ...Chicago f X, 2 I Commerce Management H Sigma Alpha Mu Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club i JEAN EILEEN BLOCK ........ .... Chicago Fine and Applie rts Manic Educ on Ivria Sigma Alpha Iotag Wo en's Glee Club Honors Day Q13 ji gigs iti l? A itil? :gi I 5512 .......... New York, N. Y.lf ,li xiii? Engineering Q' 353 ff, Meiallurgical Engineering ' ljigrir. iii' A.s.M. it 5515235 lg its N 5 25 QE' "iw iii ' 'lf' ll N 13 gs E as Wt! lg' E 'l . ftrfefil F 3 BETTY RUTI-I BLoMQUIs'r ............ Chicago E25 Q sg Liberal Arts and Sciences 'Qt Wills' Sociology Mig!! '1 5, Cagle Hall ! ,igig?lg3,i3El" The Daily Illini QU 3 W.A.A.g Illini Union l igggi gin Committee Q11 p tr li l s ei al le' relat e 95 22? CHARLES WALsH BI.ooD ,..... Sz. Louif, Mo. gil? filigg Engineering i Eleclrical Engineering Men's Residence Hall House President Q31 Q Newman Club .ifggiigmtirgiiijg Indiana State Teachers' Collegeg University gg of Notre Dame il igiijfillk nilfsg 3, EE , i ii :Mag i at :satin I Hath 5 r'Set'e'aia liglg 5535 'lin g: 5 MARJORIE JUNE BLOOD ............ Oak Park lg Elia- I il? gt" Liberal Arts and Sciences ,S rift Prycloology It Qigiggig Kappa Delta Alpha Pi Deltag Spanish Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. 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' .ae-,.'ffwi1i:,f9"w-A Uwe: z:i4.: .x,- T:-'.a:54-',:?sz -..-f l3smswi"r'?qs55 in . . 2 IA . yflgytyfiprggiggtii wi gs' '- I ugu.p,5i,gfg,sts, , 2,-MW 'Y . raw,-ielix .,,sg,?jgg: I fl eiazerrsefi' 'v i?,fSaHs1fs V CAROLYN RUTH BLUHM ...... .... L oGmnge Agriculture Floricullure Alpha Phi Floriculture Club iii, 4Dg W.A.A. KS, 41 Lyons Township Junior College MURIEL RAE BLUM .....,........... Chimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Soeiology Delta Phi Epsilon Spanish Club Cl, 25 if aka ' MELVIN THEODORE BOBICK .... ago Liberal Arts and Sigma Nu Pwrbologi . . . . . The Daily V Illini ill 3 University Brigade ARTHUR HAROLD BOD ATz .... Clmmpuign Liberal Art Sciences Clae y . AQ . 1 - A 1 if. 1 JOHN STEPHENS BonENscHATz. . .Cbanzpoign Liberal Arts and Scie 'es Claemirtry Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day C21 A EDWARD WALKER BOEH .Norbr'ille, Tenn. Com A rm y Carson-Newman Vw ::f1f5'szr 1 A Q MARY ELIZABETH ......... Alton . ,,-a-,.-.r.-,.- '. . . Liberal nces E:g:f"e,gf, So Wiscoga German Clubg W.A.A.g House President C21 g W.G,S. Executive Coun- cil C51 JOHN LITO BOGATTO .......... .... C bimgo Engineering Civil Engineering Theta Kappa Phi Pershing Riflesg A.S.C.E.g The Illinois Tech' nograph 13, 43 48 R , I T T 'gg J ir? X Ji ,gg ia,,.M,W is H y, E.,, g A .. .C .,yy in J I e .. T . isgiekaiwi ggag tj ,Q i 19 1 , af twiliiiiff A -S2Tfi."'ef" - A W , sy' J, Spfvga HAROLD ANTHONY BQHNEEERG, Buffalo, N. Y. Engineering Aeronautiral Engineering FRANK JOSEPH BoLDA ........ ...Claimgo Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Men's Residence Hall Honors Day fll Q? wrence University .aw a.ma7M'm, Y Lols MAE BOLLE ............ Highland Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Cofrertion Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Shi-Aig Zeta Phi Etag The Illio tl, 2, 333 House President ffljg Illini Union Committee flj 3 Y.W.C.A. fl, 2, 415 Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear", "Bar- chester Towers", "Male Animal" SHIRLEY JEAN BOLLIGER ...... ...Tremont Agriculture Horpilal Dietetics WelslI House Home Economics Clubg The Illio fl, 21 g The Illinois Agriculturist - C2Jg Production Staff, "Pride and Prejudice", "Twelfth Night" Honors Day fl, 2, 35 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ELIZABETH JEAN BoNo ........... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Manager, Theater Guildg Mask and Baubleg Arepog Spanish Clubg Production Stall, "Guest in the House", "The Male Animal", "Alcestis", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Joan of Lorraine" ELIZABETH MARIE BOND ....,...... Centmlilr Fine and Applied Arts Mmic Erlmalion Busey Hall Iotag Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 41 g I., , me University , Q,f,,gg,e,ef,fgg? at M ,gf 4. -- .ssimziaz rt-at -V ' .FM SN . fe ,wg +1-at R tif' Q 'inlay I LESLIE FEE BOND ................. Gnlerbufg Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Kappa Alpha Psi STUART JEROME BONEM ......,..... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtory Pi Lambda Phi Omega Beta Pig The Daily Illini Q21 Honors Day Cl, Sl BERYL DAWSON BDNNER ......... Lake Villa Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanifh Cagle Hall Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag Span- ish Clubg Sigma Delta Pi Honors Day Q1, 2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key JOHN DAVID BONNETT ........... Liberzyrille Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Alpha Kappa Lambda Omega Beta Pig Alpha Chi Sigmag The Daily Illini Q11 5 Star Course, Board of Mgrs. Q3, 41 3 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Honors Day Q1, 2, 51 ...... .... - GLENN BOOKER " . . . . . . .. . .Fairbary 'T ' Commerce Perronnel Management Alpha Sigma Phi Marketing Club LWOOD BOONE. .. .. .W1rla1ta, Kan. e and Applied Arts rchileeture Alpha R I 1' University of X JOHN RICHMAN BOONE ....... Journalism Adueriiring Sigma Pi Alpha Delta Sigmag The Daily Illini Q3, 41 Honors Day Q21 Marquette University JOAN BORISKE ...... Mui-playfbor-0 ,A Q -Commerce ' ccounlancy Medea Alpha Beta Gamma Sigmag Spanish Clubg Phi Chi Theta- g Club! The Info Q21 1 Yi. if 'W Jil' Z I f' I5 ,i I E W z 'me 4 , il, 'S If I if I 1 559 Z Q Q f . 'fa gig Yi 553, '25 Inf" 9334- 44 'Fil ' FREDERICK WILLIAM BoRN ......... Ramiille Commerce lnaluxtrial Admiuirtratinn George Washington University LoUIs FREDERICK BOTTERBUSCH ...... DeS01o Agriculture General Agriculture Phi Eta Sigmag Rural Life Clubg Agricultural Clubg Dairy Production Clubg Alpha Zetag Y.M.C.A. Q41 Honors Day Q1, 21 VILMA MILDRED BOUBELIK .......... Chicago Journalism Editorial Pri-Der The Daily Illini Q41g Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback" Herzl Junior College BURTON HUGH BOUWKAMP, Grand Rapidr, Mich. Engineering Merbanical Engineering Noble House Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigmag Sigma Talll A.S.M.E. Honors Day Q41 University of Notre Dameg Indiana State Teachers' College WENDELL BOWERS ..............., Potomac Engineering Agricultural Engineering A.S.A.E.g Varsity Track Squad Q21 Indiana State Teachers' College ZEDRICK THOMAS BRADEN, JR .Cbiraga Liberal Arts and S Political Scien Kappa Alpha Psi Y.M.C.A. Q11 DUDLEY BRADFORD .... Summit, N. I. - Engineering erbaniral Engineering 'e 3 Men's Glee Club Q21 PAUL CULLEN BRADFORD ........ Table Grover Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Granada Club Pershing RiHesg A.I.Ch.E. LEONA BRAMAN ................. Plainhelrl, Liberal Arts and Sciences Teaclaer Training in Biology Evans Hall Floriculture Club Joliet Junior College VINCENT JOSEPH BRAMLET ........ Spriughelal Commerce Eronomirr Alpha Kappa Psi Central College E is lil il? S 2 Vi li iii W., F- i I: ifi ,I I i Nl l .::f2iii1I.:iisi::1ife,ifzie5Z5s,? if U is xx 3 li N ils iii ' I A lv l' gig! xg: ii iii iii 1 I ,isl e liar' "i aa ag ig' Q5 ii is ' i Till i ii ii Q i i i 1 I' il s, - l 2 iiglish Q li ei E SE i i 5 .N i f , 5 2 Q .,i, eil' Lsig' ,, j I, Ili grgffi , it 2 if ,I ,A ffl .iii 3 IEE i I Efa fi 5335355 , ii gig! 39.5 i , lr, el li 5 -iii, :Ui yi gi SEQ 2, 5- E I ,il I ,J , ggi, . S315 Ni 1 is sin it i Y' x Ll lffli 7 in .f I z ,.i.,.i-,,i. .,, , 49 if::f,t,,.gf5: 'Q 1 I l I ii I ,ZZ , ' ',', ,,,. 'M "i'i '5 ii jigs- js ,as iii 5 UD iii Eli I I fiis rig I i li 5 lil? .gi it I, I .E .L gg , ,, .al 'fl Dean Howard R. Bowen is a native of the State of Washington. He was educated at the State College of Washington from which he was graduated with B.A. and M.A. degrees, and the University of Iowa, from which he holds the Doctor of Philosophy degree. He studied in England at the London School of Economics and Cambridge University as a post-doctoral fellow of the Social Science Research Council. His Helds of specialization are business fluctuations and finance. From 1933 to 1942, Dr. Bowen was a mem- ber of the economics faculty of the University of Iowa. From 1942 to 1945, he was in the service of the Federal Government, first as Chief of the Business Structure Unit in the De- partment of Commerce and then as Chief Econ- omist for the joint Congressional Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation. Cateye if l Dean Howard Bowen From 1945 to 1947, he was economist for the Irving Trust Company of New York. On Septem- ber 1, 1947, he became Dean of the College of Commerce. Dean Bowen has written numerous articles on economic and financial subjects for the American Economic Refoiefw, Quarterly Iournal of Econom- ics, Surfuey of Current Business, Bulletin of National Tax Association, Domestic Commerce, Iournal of Business, Social Science, and Iournal of Marketing. His most recent book C1948j is entitled Toward Social Economy. Dean Bowen is a member of the American Eco- nomic Association, National Tax Association, Royal Economic Society QEnglandj, Phi Beta Kappa, and other professional societies. 0lflfLlfIfL6TC6 The College of Commerce and Business Adminis- tration has long recognized the threefold nature of its responsibility, as a part of the University, to the Commonwealth of Illinois. The dynamic character of American economic and social life demands a broad cultural understand- ing and a good vocational foundation. The educa- tional policy of the College stresses the cultural aspects of living as Well as vocational and profes- sional training. The College also recognizes that a good teaching program must be integrated with re- search to stimulate thought and activity by both students and faculty. Yet even with stimulation of thought and activity by students and faculty, the College has not completed its job. Its responsibili- ties reach beyond the campus, across the borders of the State of Illinois, and have repercussions through- out the nation. Members of the staff of the College have pub- lished many textbooks and articles. The Bureau of Economic and Business Research has produced nu- merous studies and has cooperated with govern- mental and regional groups in advancing the de- velopment of the State's resources. A management consultation service is being set up in business ad- ministration, production, ofhce operation, person- nel, purchasing, sales, records and Hnances. Mem- bers of the College staff Will serve as consultants. The College believes that its teaching program will be enriched by such integration of teaching, research, and service, that its prestige, both on and off the campus, will be enhanced, and that the per- spective of students, faculty, and citizenry of Illi- nois will thereby be enlarged and strengthened. Realizing that the human element in business is a most important one from the point of view of social welfare, this College establishes principles of busi- ness conduct, procedure, and operation. It empha- sizes the recognition by businessmen of their social responsibilities, the appreciation of cause and effect, and above all, honest and scrupulous conduct with respect to their employees, other associates and cus- tomers. David Kinley Hall E AUL BRANDING .4..... , ........ Gi-anife Cify .. , , Q, .,i,, , I,,.., s 2 if A . . igifiiii are ' :f F2 f i' I , L , 'f Af Ia, A ' ' 5:1 :gri- T. I he , I i f , E .5 1 I C " iii LI? 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Commerce Accountancy Alpha Tau Omega Newman Clubg Accountancy Club 'gg re Dame Universityg Indiana State GEORGE BRUCE BRENNEMAN ..... .. .Urbana '-'1-', Engineering Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma A.S.M.E.' Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Track Squad' Varsity Track Squad Q2 31 Letter f2J' Freshman Varsity Cross-Country Squadg Varsity Cross-Country Squad K2 31 Letter CSD' WILL Q13 Fordham University ESTHER JANICE BRENNER ,... .... E Igin Journalism Adizerliring Phi Sigma Sigma The Illio f3, 433 Y.W.C.A.' Production Staff, "King Lear" JESSE HOWARD BRENNER ............ Chicago ' Liberal Arts and Sciences English Herzl Junior College' College of the City of New York LEONARD MARTIN BREssLER .......... Chicago Division of Special Services Chemistry Zeta Beta Tau The Illio f2Jg Illini Union Committee CU .-fu.-f,- 1:4212M':',-?ZIi5?Z'7.Gxiazaiv- .. . A, 1 . .az-snr... . i., gm 'il M553 ilfi'1?iIl"fSfgie I .cl far' 'A A' 'rf' A V' l L fi HAROLD BRICKMAN ..........,...... Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Barton House A.S.M.E. Honors Day Q21 University of California WILLIAM LBERT BRIDGE .... Midlana' Mich. Engineering Electrical Engineering University of Notre Darneg Indiana State Teachers' College C f 21 , , I 1 , s , I i t I 2 I gif .By F f ai in is , ,gf,r1ul3x1-ifafaa . t ..,,,... .,,,, ,. ,, .,.,.. , , ,,., , N.. in ' M A I ,gi , 1 il I "W li? if A 1 Ile? L '15 I HAROLD EUGENE BRIGGS ....... ..... C ifco Commerce Management Annex Hall Marketing Club Honors Day QU JOHN LEROY BRIGGS ................ Aurora Division of Special Services Englido Middleton Manor Sachem- Mask and Bauble' Pierrots' Home- coming Committee C4b' Cast, 'Beggar on Horseback" 'The Wild Duck' "The Corn is Green"- Production Staff ' Earnest" "joan of Lorraine' .Weil Frankforl Commerce Accountancy Beta Alpha Psi' Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Day Northwestern University ff H Engineering vtirnl Engineerin I.A.S. JOHN ALBERT BRITTIN ......... Physical Education Physical Education Varsity Baseball Squad fl, 43, Letter C41 DePauw University . . , . u , x , , , , 'In . , . , BRISICK .......... ..Cl:icago x sl g X i AI BROCK .... .... E znekrz Engineering ara! Engineering College CHARLFS RusH BROLHL Peafm Fine and Applied Arts Conznzercial Derign Sigma Chi Illustrators f2, 3, 415 The Illio Q45 Honors Day fl, Z, 5J g University of illinois Scholarship Key VUILLIAM WEscoI'r BROOM ,....... Efjingbam Journalism Editorial Chi Phi Tomahawkg Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini, Assistant Sports Editorg Freshman Councilg The Daily Illini fl, 2, 3, 45 5 House President Q41 5 Concert Band Q21 3 First Regi- mental Band 11, 23 Honors Day GJ Ohio State University' University of De- troit NORDIAN BROTMAN ................ Claimga Division of Special Services Marketing Tau Delta Phi FRED MARK BROWN ................ Dalainda Agriculture Agronomy Noble House Agriculture Club Q41 g Wesley Foundation Stu- dent Council LaSa1le-Peru-Oglesby Junior College HOWARD BROWN .................. St. Arm: Fine and Applied Arts Indaftrial Deiign Honors Day C35 JUANITA IXICKEAN BROWN. .Fnirnrormf Fine and Arts Industrial BROWN. . . Arts and Sciences earber Training in Englifb Training Clubg House President C53 g Cast, "Anything Goes" Honors Day UD NANCY VIRGINIA BROWN ............ C Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology I Alpha Chi Omega ii' The Illio flbg Production Staff, Towers", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", "Beggar Horseback" NORMA ANN BROWN ............,... Crmfo Liberal Arts and Sciences I1li.r1o1'y Evans Hall SHARI HELEN BROVUN .............. C Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Delta Phi Epsilon Illini Union Committee fl, Zjg Production Staff, "King Lear" Honors Day flj l i Triangle 'he Daily Illini Q3 SHIRLEY RITA BROVUN ...,.......... Chimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences French Leeman Lodge French Clubg German Club ?Ionors Day Q51 Grinnell College WILLIAM HAYES BROWN .,......., Springfield Engineering General Engineering University of Cincinnatig Northwestern Uni- 'ersity ., Liii, :LARENCE JOHN BROWNING .... Agriculture Vacaiional Agricu ,,-f Phi sigma Epsilon 12., Klpha Tau Alphag University of Notre Jorth Carolina ZMMA Lou BROXVNING. , Y . Liberal Arts ' nces Sponzi I Delta Delta Delta 5 igma Delta Pig The Illi - Illini Union fommittee f2, 31 I onors Day 12, 51 Purdue University E i 1' 4 y of i t E Ml. Vernon W cie qi :ENNETH BOOTH BRozEN. .New if N. Y. Fine and Applied Arts lndnrlrial Derign 1 New York University ,os T ER STEWART BRUBA ........,. Pam Liberal Arts iences Speech Alpha Sigma Phi Catholic Univers URNETT GEORGE BR A ., ..... Pekin Division of Spe lndrmfrial Admin! Four Columns Eureka College 32131 f?'z'r' -f li, 1a 15 UTH KATHERINE BRUNINGA ,... . .. .Peoria Education Englirh Pi Beta Phi he Daiiy Illini ll, 215 W.A.A.g Y.W.C.A. abinet 1215 Women's Glee Club 441g Uni- :rsity Chorus fl, 2, 41g A Cappella Choir 5, 415 Gamma Delta Cl, 2, 41 ' Bradley University 54 FRANK JOSEPH BRuNs ...,.. Cincinnori, Ohio Engineering Meiczllurgical Engineering Noble House Newman Clubg Mineral Industries Society University of Notre Dameg Indiana State Teachers' College DONALD DAYTON BRUSS ........... Maywood Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. FRANK MCGUIRE BRYA ...... ,.... C hompaign Division of Special Services General Agriculture Newman Clubg Marketing Clubg Y.M.'C.A. Princeton Universityg DePauw Universityg Purdue University -IULANN BRYA ..,....,.......... Champaign Agriculture Home Eronamicr Alcestis Newman Clubg Home Economics Club DOROTHY ELEANORE BRYAN .... ...Chicago Agriculture Home Economic: Cornell College JAMES EDWARD BRYAN ..... . ........ Chicago Commerce Indurlrial Adminirlration and .. - -'llfffflffffflfffy Eitv JAMES RICHARD BRYANT ..... Cleveland, Ohio Division of Special Services Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilon Interfraternity Council 15, 41 University of Virginia MARY CAROLYN BRYANT ...... .... D orwille journalism Ad1!81'liJi77g McKinley Hall Indiana State Teachers' College FRANCIS EUGENE BRYLSKI .... ..., L aSalle Commerce Management Theta Delta Chi Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior College GLORIA BRYSKIER .................. Cbirago Liberal Arts and Sciences Perxannel Pryclaology Busey Hall Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback" 4' WJ H9 Q' ' 'I s s v 4 W f 9 U I, ' We 1' 4 "su, rivuzuw -f -ia,f:yg.::sqf.gg3g-ggselinraeei-if 'amass' ,wvai:,Q1ieH2' ' 1 I :KNNICE SILER BUCKNER .... Norlbbora, Mau. Physical Education Teacher Training in Pbyriral Education Alpha Phi Shi-Aig Spanish Clubg Physical Education Major's Clubg W.A.A.g XY!.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Q21 K BUCK ............ Cliieaga of Special Services Pershing Riflesg Legiong The Daily Illini CBJ, Assistant 14 Northwestern Universit entral Y.M.C.A. Collegeg Louisiana State ti .,, - nalzmz ' J 4 TURNEY BucK, JR. ..,...... . Commerce .Marketing Kappa Sigma Phalanxg Marketing Clubg Interfraternity EX- tive Council QZD g Captain, University Bri- Military Council, Phalanx Representa- U of Technology BILLIE .............. Beardflown ngineering xl Engineering Honors Institute PHYLLIS JANE BUESCHER ..... .... 0 ale Park Journalism Editorial Zeta Tau Alpha Mortar Boardg Torchg Shi-Aig Kappa Tan Alphag Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini fl, 2, SJ, Assistant Editor M15 Y.W.C.A. Q23 Honors Day f2, 33 STEWART WEISS BUHAI ,.,.,....... Winnezka journalism Editorial Zeta Beta Tau The Daily Illini fl, 2, 3, 41g House Presi- dent I3, 45 SHIRLEY ZELDA BUNSHAFT, Youngrtawn, Ohio Commerce Marketing and Management Busey Hall Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club ri,.,,,. ,,, I THOMAS CARL BUNTING ............., Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences , Zoology Phi Gamma Delta The Daily Illini f2Jg Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 41g Star Course 13, 45 PAIGE BELDEN BURBANK, San Antonio, Texai Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta l.A.S. Aurora Collegeg Aeronautical Institute Technology N A ,.,, ROEERT ERNEST BURGE, anras City, Mo. Liberal Arts and ciences Chemir jr Honors Day 13? ,, MA Roy BURGENER ........... Olney Engineering Agricultural Engineering A.E. onors Day 12, Sjg University of Illinois Scholarship Key University of Chicago Brrrv LEE Bunorss U1 bam: Journalism Radio Delta Delta Delta bl11Al, The Daily Illini fl, 2, 51, I ini Union Committee fl, 2, 31 ALICE LORENE BURKE .............. Marengo Physical Education Teacher Training in Playiical Education Cagle Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Sigma Nug Orchesis fl, 2, 3, 414 W,A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I Honors Day 41, 31 I MAURICE BURKE ........... .... C lsimga Commerce Marketing French Clubg Marketing Club 55 l EMMA LOUISE WELCH BURKI-IARDT .... Omaha Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Occupational Therapy Club fl, 215 Spanish Clubg House President Q11 JACK HAGELOW BURMASTER .... ...Elgin Education Phyrical Education Sigma Nu Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescentg Tribe of Illinig Varsity Basketball Squad fl, 2, 3, 45, Letter fl, 2, 3, 41 Honors Day C33 i 'ij . K I. Q, L 11:3 4 kos- its Y' 911 if YQ? Y is We RALPH WHITESIDE BURNIETT . iisfiir ff Agriculturgff Q . FSA Bl ix? General Agfl Farmhouse gif' Agriculture 'Clubg Alph Tfff - 352 a Neal ,, isifeimzffa gigasfgit ,ga 'ig afiasmim, L., ,s ., 9 s NANCY Pl-IYLLIS Grand Rapialf, Mich. Jo leztfgism Cagie Hall Terrapin 15, 43 g Illini? nion Committee C21 Grand Rapids Juniorfggllege Y ?3 fi WILLIAM GEORGE BURNS ..... . . .Springfield ' Commerce K VE Accountancy Q 5 if if its A ia SUZANNE ACKERMANEQEKNSIDE, Birmingham, Mich. Liberal Sciences Pi Beta Phi Alpha Lambda Qeifiiie rhe mio 41, 21 Q Illini Union Comm1t Qg1 21 Q aseffs Honors Day f ' WILLIAM KINGSLE EQQQ ' , er-'Wi ' - . 5, rar City, Mo. Division of h h ' L , C eram i r E n gin Psi Upsilon A.C.S. Kansas City Junior College WILLIAM WESLEY Busch .... ..... G reehuienf Education Phyrical Edziration Honors Day Q35 North Dakota State University 56 RUTH IRENE BUSCHMAN ............... ,faliez Liberal Arts and Sciences Tearherhf Training Gamma Phi Beta The Illio QU Joliet Junior College MARY TI-IELMA BUTTS ........ . .. .Chicago Education H irto ry Alpha Kappa Alpha 915,73 iology Clubg W.A.A. KZ, 313 Y.W.C.A ALAN JOSEPH BYRON ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences .Eronomirr Parade Ground Units Spanish Clubg Marketing Clubg University Orchestra GJ St. Bonaventure College ENRIQUE CABEZAS ....... San lore, Corza Rita Engineering Civil Engineering Minewa Lodge A.S.C.E. University of Costa Ricag Wheaton College TED DELSON CABLE ................. Chicago Division of Special Services Engineering Men's Residence Hall A.C.S.g A.V.C. EUGENE LYMAN CADY ....... Narhnille, Tenn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sooioiogy Alpha Kappa Lambda aaa fl? We 8 lf ' K V wife aa 53" 1 Ngfwmf s SV ' if Q th? if Ia , ,amos J W' Asfiiria ' rs s 5 , mira Www 5 S , we N 1- , . 7 , w e .'f.-1 13 ' 'f' A MARILYN Isuzu CAHN ...... Bi-onxaille, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Econonziir Lowry Lodge Hillel Foundation fl, 2, 351 Illini Union Committee 113 g Production Staff, "The Skin of Our Teeth", "The Male Animal", "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear", "Three Men on ri Horse" Columbia University JANE RUTH CAINE ..,.............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacheff Training in Spanirh Evans Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: Spanish Clubg Wom- en's Cosmopolitan Clubg Sigma Delta Pig The Daily Illini Q11 5 Production Stall, "The Skin of Our Teeth", "Beggar on Horseback" Honors DRY GJ: University of Illinois Scholarship Key DONALD CHARLES CALCATERRA ......,. Herrin Commerce Marketing Men's Residence Hall Pershing Riflesg Marketing Clubg Scimitarg Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad DONALD LEE CALDWELL ......... jaekronville Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pershing Ritlesg A.S.C.E. Honors Day Q11 Ohio State University EEEEQ Eave- zELL CALDWELL, Wert Lafayette, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Chi Omega Terrapin KS, 'UQ Production Staif, "Antony and Cleopatra", "Squaring the Circle", "Beggar on Horseback", "Three Penny Opera" Purdue University TAYLOR CALEF ........... Gary, Ind. Education Science, Englirb, Pfycla ol o g y Pershing Rifles Gary Junior fixz FRANK CALIENDO ............. Melvor wle Fine and Applied Arts Afrbizerlure Alpha Phi Omegag A.I.A.g Y.M.C.A. Cab- inet QU ' if I. M ALLAI-IAN ...... . ...... Kankakee Arts and Sciences W Chemirtry A p X Alpha Germ ! Illini Union Committee i5Dg .ate Normal University EEE? if I E Q if Y il l II I Y I Q J I ,I I f ,Q I ' 9 HUGH MARQUARDT CAMERON. .Downefr Grove Commerce Accounianry Nilsson Club Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Northwestern Universityg Boston University ROBERT WILLIS CAMERON ..,....... Sr. Elma Engineering Mechanical Engineering Witanshire University of Wisconsing University of Chicago q lx lt 'yi 'il 1 as Canterbury Clubg German Club 4 li E' 55 I III 5 IRMA JEAN CAMPBELL ........... Azlanfa, Ga. Physical Education Pbyrical Education Pri-der House Terraping W.A.A. CS, 413 W.A.A. Nu- merals CSM Major I fijg House President 141 Honors Day C31 WCSICYH ' ' , , - J 553-'itil'-" --ffv " " 1 ,. ,.. L ' ' -Y, JAMES ALBERT CAMPBELL ............ Cbieaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbeminvy "I University of Chicago 411.2 .,,,. 'Q' , 52112 I if l :ia THOMAS CAMPBELL ............. Mr. Carroll Division of Special Services Advertising ' Alpha sigma Phi French Clubg The Daily Illini qi, 21 I Fresh- man Varsity Fencing Squadg Interfraternity Executive Council 131 ANTHONY MICHAEL CAMPO .ME7C9d, Calif. Liberal Arts nf Sciences Sorial y Slmnish Club . . .. ,. Honors Dev Ui I' 5 ' ' , ' rig 'r ifa L I S I . I- 2 Isii I it 'fl ' 2, f I A EDW ILLIAM CANN ...... .,.. C ar 50'1f"a.1?m II I , I I I I if .,.,t ,. I. .. I 33 , I A'm'm"'g K' I I IQ E 'I' Delta Phi S 55 I X I 1' V L L I I Q I 5 lf I I E I F 'gif 252 II li :gg I A I I , L - I if- I MARY JANETTA CANNON. ......... Claampai I S I ' K 'fi Liberal Arts and Sciences ig 'N Sl Baczerielogy iii ai I S 3 Alcestis I re 'W 5 igls Q IE - - - ,I ' E , I Q L' University of Arizona 5 I , - I , I A N ig I ' ' I , 1 5 '- H - J I I3 , "5 si Y A 1 LI ,Q I l if IIS I Y S ' li- 1 I I Iii 355 I I Wei ' I. Ir' I I l Q ' are I XVALTER CHARLES CANNON .... .... P ekin , If 3 Hi E Commerce ' I 'E ' I Sit I If ,..I it Accountancy if V N X L Four Columns l 5 5 E ' gil Accountancy Club A I Honors Day C35 I ' Q3 I mil f ,Fl South Dakota School of Mines and Te 5 E ' it I I l it I E535 GODFREY JOE CARDINE ............. Raclefo I 5, 5 Y , A 1 I I I Engineering ,ii Egs ', I I' Y Civil Engineering lg .al Pershing Riflesg A.S.C.E. 1 E i El I .I:. if? I ' iEQii?e E E 5!E h'31 .',e -II ,., ,I I .I I i :cis V. . . . COZZZW of Dr. Willard B. Spalding, newly appointed Dean, brings with him to the College of Educa- tion experience as an educator and administrator. Before coming to the University of Illinois, he was for three years Superintendent of Schools in Portland, Oregon. He secured the B.B.A. in his native state from Boston University in 1926 and the M.Ed. from the University of New Hampshire in 1933. Dur- ing the period 1925-1932 he served as principal of the high schools in Princeton, Charleston, and Hamilton, all in Massachusetts. From 1932 to 1941 he occupied the superintendency of schools at Massachusetts Supervisory Union, Number 18 and Belmont, Massachusetts. VVhile serving as Superintendent of Schools at Passiac, New jersey, from 1941 to 1944, he was awarded the D.Ed. degree from Harvard in 1942. Pacific University granted him the LL.D. degree in 1947. , f , Dean Willard Spalding He has been active as a member of the Intercul- tural Relations Committee and as Secretary of the American Council on Education. He holds mem- bership in a number of professional organizations including the Illinois Education Association, Amer- ican Federation of Teachers, and the National So- ciety of College Teachers of Education. He has written numerous educational articles for profes- sional publications. Since his appointment, he has also participated as a speaker in many educational programs that include the American Federation of Teachers, Superintendents' Round Table of North- ern Illinois, Illinois Education Association and the Visual Aids conference tour sponsored by the Vis- ual Aids department. Cilmfzm The first definite recognition of the need for pro- viding facilities for the training of teachers came twenty-six years after the incorporation of the University itself with the selection of Dr. Frank Martin lVIcMurry in 1839 to Hll the newly created professorial chair of Pedagogics. In 1896 the de- partmental staff was increased to two, one of the men serving also in the newly created position of High School Visitor. After a period of some growth the School of Education was created in 1907 with Professor Stephen S. Colvin acting as Director for a brief time until the coming of Dr. William Chandler Bagley, who served in this capacity for ten years. On June 1, 1918, the trustees of the University of Illinois created the College of Education. W. VV. Charters was influential in establishing the Bureau of Educational Research in 1918 during his brief service as Acting Dean. The next twelve years from 1918 to 1930 saw a great expansion in the College of Education during Gregory x I iall the administration of Dean Charles Earnest Chadsey. In 1921 the University High School was organ- ized to provide teaching practice facilities, a labora- tory for educational experimentation and a model school for the observation of educational methods. In 1941 the College of Education inaugurated a new program leading to Master of Education De- grees. A number of faculty additions this year has made possible the expansion of the work and serv- ices of the College of Education both at the under- graduate and graduate levels. The bureau now designated as the Bureau of Research and Service, endeavors to investigate the unsolved problems in education and to render service to the public schools of the state through providing information, advice and recommendations for improved types of educational activities. The University maintains an appointment service for the placement of its graduates who wish to become teachers, a service which is free to the stu- dents and to the board of education. iff ,A A34 A l 4 t i I 4 L si Nr V, S f 5 I r I wg' if i KAI will 9 fa a P i il i wi 5 file an Q L94 1 Y aff V48 fi dv i ii sp K I FN Y 42 A , I A its is va S 1 El sig sms L ara ,, if I L Q f ,fi Fa li l 5 4 l If l ' , 2 " ,Q R gig iii , ml if lil sg I ALM Q3 I was ix Y I 5345226 S EE? SIMM i lit, Ni Q E3 :fig ci 'i'ElE lg? I tgirl l 5 ,ll E' E Ii i lgiqj E3 Eg' la 5 3 ,ggi l J. Elia . . I ci 'lifira ill t ' li f 'gf I' ir,aar2alff,, l 2 F I I . I it ' " ii A ll I I i l wiiiafi 5 Q ,, 5 l l 'igJggif?liSggmm3 ,i 5 Q in E le l i I gfgiiislgggsl SLE Q KE Q ig , aliffciti ii l Q ' ll il 15 Lf 2 n ' L , ll l 5 lsr I l l l I is fggwilifkl I E? 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Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Clark House Newman Clubg Student Religious Councilg A.V.C. 1 Y ARVID HAROLD CARLSON ...... "1i' aria Commerce A ccolmtan c' Theta Xi gzr Alpha Kappa Psig Accoun bg Market- ing Club A Central Y.M.C.A. C DePaul Univer- sit D Y ' Honors Day C25 gf . - I Arizona State fl ollegeg North- western University GEORGE CARLSON, . . . 2 ,I .... .. .Ooh Pai-la Mani ent Pershing Rides of IRVING ARDEN CARLSON ....... .... R ochfonl Commerce gl Personnel Managemeilt Minowah Lodge ,, Marketing Clubg lntervarsity hristian Fel- lowship League E' Honors Day 121 , 5 l I' NANCY LOUISE CARLSOQ kklu ......., Rochfonl Liberal Art Sciences Welsh House :-'I x lrlvxg Il Cast, "Romeo an rg? 5 il 5,1 l A l I sie 5 I it PAUL OSCAR .... Rai-hfof-.I ,yv::v ,,z. Electrical E1 ,lzl Mi nawa Lodge 'Q lntervarsity Christian Fellowship 13, 45 North Park Junior College RICHARD EKSTROM CARLSON ........ Rochfmxl Division of Special Services Law Sigma Chi Freshman Councilg President, Freshman Classy Freshman Frolic Committeeg Interfraternity Executive Council C25 g Cast, "Pride and Prejudice", "Guest in the House" Honors Day Q53 60 LVLELBA LORRAINE CARR ........... Carbondale Agriculture Home Economic: Pri-der House Southern Illinois University REX CARR .................... East St. Lani: Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Wasliington University at ...QM Y' . ,,,.:: :- " - -mx WILLIAM BERTRAM CARR, Poughheeprie, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic: Zeta Beta Tau First Lieutenant, University Brigade Rutgers Universityg University of Wisconsin FRED WESLEY CARRIER .............. Decatur Division of Special Services lnduririal Adminirlration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ma-Wan-Dag Senior Baseball Managerg Per- shing Rillesg Sociology Clubg A.S.M.E.g Baseball Manager f2, 5Jg Tribe of Illini james Millikin University JAMES FRANKLIN CARRUTH ......... Wianezlaa Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Beta Theta Pi Skull and Crescentg Phi Eta Sigmag Student Senate 135: Junior Class Presidentg Pierrotsg House President GJ 5 Production Staff "Guest in the House"g Cast, "Romeo and Juliet" Honors Day Q15 JACK CARSEL ..................,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacieriology Omega Beta Pi g -Chi Gamma Iotag Cast, "The FRANK STANLEY CARTER .,......... Lifchyield Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Phi Epsilon University of Pittsburgh JOHN DOMINIC CASELLI .......... Marseilles Commerce Afroufzfancy hr b f ir, Q43 JAMES STEPHEN CASEMENT .......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Honors Day QU South Dakota State 'Collegeg Loyola Uni- versity RUTHE CASH , ...............,..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Kappa Alpha Omega Beta Pi Honors Day UD RALPH FRANCIS W. Va. ' Commerce Indum-ial Aa'mini.rt1'aIion Theta Delta C ' Accountancy Clu Fairmount Teachers College CAssrDY ....... Canter, Mo. ical Engineering AILEE.. Illinois Technograph Southeastern Misso Collegeg Texas Technological College RALPH FRANK CASTENSON ......, Maple Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Wrestling Manager Q3, 41g House President IU GWE .... Ridgefarrn Arts and Sciences Englirh College ssl? free 'f is f", Georccr Lowcu. CASTOR Champaign Commerce Acconnfancg JANICT ROSALIND CAUDILL Arlington Hezghfr Liberal Arts and Sciences French Alpha Xi Delta House President Q41 g Cast, "Squaring the Circle", "Three Penny Opera", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Anything Goes" Honors Day Q25 Rosary C0"':geg Indiana University jon HEDRICK CAVEGLIA ....... .... S ener- Engineering Eleclrical Engineering Concert Band f2l JACK EDWARD CAVENEY ....... .... C hicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Michigan State College FRANCIS ERLE CAVETTE,'-IR. ........... Pear-in Division of Special Services Commerce Phi Gamma Delta House President i435 Men's Glee Club 113 DePauw University RUTH CERKEL ............. .Chicago Liberal Arts and S English Harmony House Alpha Lambda Deltag Cast, "The Worthy Master, Pierre v, c , , Womenng Production f aff, "Three Men on a Horse", "Beggar's O ra" Honors Day fl, 2, 4 University of Illinois Scholarship Key lf" " "L" "The Northwestern versity MFLVIN CHALFEN ......... Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering College PHYLLIS ANN CHALK ...... .. ..... Ranronl Education Maric Kappa Delta Mortar Boardg Director of Student Alumni Relationsg Sigma Alpha Iotag Block "I" Chairman fljg Illini Union Board 149g Illini Union Council C31 3 Illini Union Com- mittee C2Jg University Chorus 451 Honors Day Q21 MacMurray College CATHYRINE JOAN CHAMBERS Champaign Journalism Aalrerluzng Kappa Alpha Theta The Daily Illini KZ 53 House President Stephens College KTITH WAYNE CHAMBLISS Florn Liberal Arts and Sciences Chenzirlry Concert Band fi, 45 Purdue Universityg Wabash College 61 JAM s CURRIS CHANDLER Carbondale Engineering Czuzl Englneewng Kappa Delta Pig A.S.C.E.g Engineering Coun cil S uthern Illinois University Vrv LEoNA CHANGNON Donmuzn Agriculture lnrtztutmnul Management ans Hall Upsrlon Omrcron Home Economics Q5 45 Omrcron Nu ors Day C31 acMurray College ORE JOY CHAPMAN .... 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IAN ......... -------- . ---- Ev Phi ' ' - 4 ' Club , g ' D Shi ' an - 3 Nu 5- ',2::jf3'e:s - , , 11 4155 9 Te , , , , . . ,, .A.A., Presi . Z U1 4 1 ' ' H110 I " ALB ...... ,E . ..,...... --l-"-. I - C , . Acco - - -- ' 1- JUN1 . . ............. A Q Ill' ' 'A - Stare g ' ' 5 . ' -g ' . ' fado , , , s . - -3 . . . : ' 4 ' 5 - ' Q ' . ' " - ' ' ' MAR ..., ' ' . . , """"""' ' ' O C 4 . 2, 35 ' ' ' ' " . '94 ' :1"Z'5Ea52ier'ffQ5 V I M W "Z"-- JO F H ........ A . .............. . Tau , . ,. H ' "HHS" l R... Jo . ........,....... ' ' A ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ', ' 5 L GERALD COHEN ........... New York N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Honors Day Q21 EDXVIN HAsKELL COHEN ....... Journalism Ad1fer.fiJing Alpha Epsilon Pi University of Wisconsin Forerl Pnrle CHARLENE CGI-IENM ""' 2 ij M?-f our alism 1' I-P , . Adoerlzrzng Sigma Delta Tau :mga nf . Alpha Lambda Deltag French Club' The Daily The Daily Illini GJ g House President Q41 A-fgglvlli-'re ,1 1 Illini L13 Honors Day 613 BLOSSOM CO1-IEN...... , .... Cloimga Arts and Sciences Speedo l Orchesis ast, "Hands Across the Sea", "A1cestis' Stahc, "Every- man", "Dr, Faustus Antony and Cleo- patra" ag: ALAN COHEN .......,...., Tarrytown, Journalism Adoerliring Indiana Unliversityg Texas College of Mines MAXINE Pryrbology Alpha . . .Bllf'1'll'lgl07Z Arts and Sciences French 2, 31 g W.A.A.g Illini Union Y.W TI-IoMAs WILLIAM COEN ..,... Commerce Marketing Newman Hall 3 University Orchestra QU g . . . .zlflnyizioozl Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Loyola University JAMES SHELDON COE ........ Commerce Mfzrkeling Pi Kappa Alpha . . . .ClJrfJnnm LESTER Woormow CLLITTER ,,...,... Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Alpha Phi Ornegag Cyclothem Clubg Illini Union Committee 111 HELEN LOUISE CLINE. .......,..... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Q Beta House Alpha Pi Deltag Sociology Clubg House Presi- dent C41 g Honors Day 12, 'ljfli n L Q I 4' iz, , W ai, nfl, ji? A Ale k? EE? :ai anim S sr FREDERICK WALKER CLINE .......... DeLong Agriculture l Gene1'alAg1'ifzzlture 3' Phalanxg Alpha Tau Alpha: Agriculture Clubg ' Q 5 1 Captain, University Brigade I lip Knox Collegeg Blackburn College I ' MARGARET CLEVENGER ....... .Rivemde Education Hirlory Alpha Gamma Delta Daily Illini flj g Illini Q, ion Committee CU Honors Day ul ' A 5 BARBARA CLAYPOOL ........, Oak i Arts and Sciences I ,,,, - - Pre-Medicine Pi Deltag Omega Beta Pig Pro Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth" M onors Day QU I f E lo i i AE if Joram EDGAR CLARKE, ...,,.. . 3 Q 5 journalism f i Adoertiring A . . . 4 I it The Daily Illini f J gi is JOSEPH PETER CLARK ..... jejjferron Cizy, Mo. Engineering Merbaniml Engineering Noble House Scabbard and Blade Notre Dame University WILLIAM THOMAS CLANCY .... .... C bi Journalism Adverliring Phi Kappa The Daily Illini CZ, 553 Interfraternity Ex- ecutive Council f2J g Newman Club Loyola University 63 T ii, I FE 2 I R, ' X M k I . 1 IOWARIJ SPENCER COI-IEN, Far Rockaway, N. Y. Commerce Accountancy larketing Clubg Accountancy Club Queens College IYMAN LEWIS COHEN .............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemixlry Roosevelt Collegeg Illinois Institute of Tech- logy, Biarritz American Universityg George ashington University lmega Beta Pi 0 I . . V I-IELDON FRANCIS Col-IN ....... o Liberal Arts and Scie Main Manor verman Clubg Socialist Stu , North Park -College sl-E tiff I . ' ,l il E :gig 5 ei 3' Elalg FUART LEONARD Col-Irdiigi il .... .... C laicago Liberal Arts a z iciences Cbfmif g onors Day GJ Michigan College of ing and Tech- olo8Y3 Monmouth junior . llege liz fARREN EDWARDS COLCLESSER .... . .Chicago Commerce I ar eting and Manageme arketing Clubg Freshman Varsit Baseball uad onors Day f5J ATRICIA HAWLEY ..... Springfield Liberal Arts 'I Q? iences Geo 9 Chi Omega errapin f3, 43 ,g ya Springiield Junior fl Slllal 5 S Ia lvl-ra ,W ICI-IARo HOWARD COL 1421 5 5315-n Vis ff ff F ine and .WE e 552 ,- l Lamiicdjle Arclaileclnre vgllmg ig, Pi Kappa Phi San Mateo Junior College LOETTA EMMALINE COLL. .... Cambriflgc Agriculture lnflitaiional Management Evans Hall hi Upsilon Omicrong Alpha Lambda Delta onors Day fl, 25 .4 i JOAN THERESE COLLINS ...... .... C bicago journalism Radio Stonehaven Delta Sigma Rhog The Daily Illini C335 W.G.S. Executive Councilg Newman Club MJ g Varsity Debating Team 13, 41 Honors Day Q33 Mundelein College ROBERT ALBERT COLTMAN .......... Chicago Division of Special Services Accountancy Theta Xi Kappa Psig Pershing Riflesg Account- President Ml S PAULA COMPANION ....... ' ......... Chicago Education Elementary Education Indeco Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini 1211 House President fl, 513 Hillel Foundation Honors Day Q11 University of Wisconsin JAMES ALBERT CONANT .......... .. .Alexix Engineering Electrical Engineering University of Iowa JAYNE CONLEY ............. .... S lrealor Journalism Adoertiring Gamma Phi Beta The Illio Q13 5 Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear" HUGH CONNOLLY .......... .... R obinfon Engineering Sanitary Engineering Sigma Phi Delta ar' fl . , I i all ,riklzlll Xi? 2' iaqeljfqlfgig 1 ' fijflj' B gftgaaft, - -we :I 2--te--2' 'aa :N 'H via va ii,2Rgaw,! " A791 iliuulh f Is,Ie,2IL,Zt ag f as PATRICIA LEA CONNOLLY ........... Robinfon Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Presbyterian Hall House President MJ g Illini Union Committee 41, 35g Star Course, Board of Mgrs. Q23 RoY HAROLD COOLEY ............... Clinfon Liberal Arts and Sciences Pofycbology ARLENE GLORIA COOPER .... Brookline Mari. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Keeler Kottage Klub Production Staff 'Patience' Joan of Lor- raine" 'The Corn Is Green" 'No Exit" University of Syracuse CHESTER G. COOPER ......... .... I olier Commerce Accountancy Honors Day Q11 Ioliet junior College ISABEL HERSHE Effingham ,,-Q -'2-f """4 1 I Arts and Sciences Spanirb Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Pig The Daily Illini Q21 james Millikin University ji ,i,A P E COOPER ............,.. Chicago ",' Y Arts and Sciences ' ii "'-,-,, S o cial 0 g y Harmony '-'ff,r 5 " The Daily Illini i"y Cappella Choir mg Hillel Foundationg I 'fi' "Patience" WriglIt junior 23 1 1 1 if Q f 1 i 1 1 C MARVIN COOPER .,................ Engineering Electrical Engineering Pi Lambda Phi A.I.E.E. Honors Day Q13 Illinois Institute of Technology COPE ....,......... Clnca o Arts and Sciences and Englirb Psi Chi appa Honors ' g Joi ce MARGUERITE CORBITIT Peall Czfy Journalism Edzloual Vanlig House President L43 ROSEMARY CORBLY .........,.... Champaign Journalism Aa'c'erli.fing Alpha Gamma Delta The Daily Illini KU 3 W.A.A.g Illini Union Committee fl, 22 g Y.W.C.A. FRANK JAMEs CORDERA ......,........ Benld Engineering Mechanical ,Engineering Phi Delta Theta A.S.M.E. DePauw University .JAMES COSSITT ................. River Forex! Dicirion of Special Servicer Markeling Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescentg Interfraternity Executive Council CS, 45 Northwestern University ROBERT PHILIP COTTLE ....... .... C laicaga Commerce Accountancy Alpha Epsilon Pi Accountancy Clubg Interfraternity Executive Council iljg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade ALFRED PAUL COURY .Cairo Mechanical Sachemg The Daily Business Manager QZJ .Cblcag Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha Psi 150 Pound Football Squad Q45 s Debate Team 12, 43 Honors Day C53 GILDA CONVAN ............. . ...... Clazcag Fine and Applied Arts Painting Harmony House Student Senate C3Dg Spanish Clubg Hous President, Illini Union Committee f2Jg Prc duction Staff, "King Lear", "Three Men 0 a Horse" JAMES VERNE CRAIG ............... Woodro Agriculture Animal Science Honors Day f3l Illinois College WILLIAM PIERCE CRAIN .......... Cbriifopbe Physical Education Playiical Education Kappa Sigma Missouri School of Mines 65 EVERETT LEROY CRUM ........... jucleromfille Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club Illinois College ALBERT WILLIAM CRUMP .... . .... Barry Commerce Markelin g LILLIAN EILEENE CRUSE .......,... Narbrille ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Hifiory Wescoga ROBERT WILLIAM CRYDER ........,. Plainfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Training in Teaching Social Studie: Delta Sigma Phi Joliet junior Collegeg University of North Dakota ALBERT CULBERTSON, JR. ........... Delarem Division of Special Services Commerce Chi Gamma Iota Honors Day C55 University of Michigan SHIRLEY DUNBAR CULBERTSON ...... Delfwfm Agriculture Home Economicf Western Reserve University V' ffgmmmr .. mm. ,ff W- ,...,, "::::,:V gm.. ' TWT' mnm2.""we. A' 14 -, zu.. JAMES ANDREW CUNNINGI-IAM, lndianapolir, Ind. Division of Special Services Ceramic Engineering Beta Theta Pi Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Varsity Basketball Squad L21 MARY JANE CUNNING1-IAM ......... Maywood Fine and Applied Arts lndurlrial Derign Alpha Delta Pi Shi-Aig Illustratorsg Mask and Baubleg The Daily Illini fl, 2Jg Tempo 1313 Production Staff, "King Lear", "Beggar on Horseback", "Skin of Our Teeth", "The Male Animal", "Three Men On A Horse" Honors Day fl, 21 THOMAS EDWARD CUNNINGI-IAM .... Waukegan Commerce Accountancy Gar-Men FREDERICK PLUMMER CURRIER Grand Rapid: Mzcb Liberal Arts and Sciences Hulory Men s Residence Hall The Daily Illini f2J House President C33 MIA Executive Council Q31 Grinnell College CATHERINE CU Oale Paila ine and Applied Arts Art Education Zeta Tau Alpha The Illro fl 21 House President C41 Illini Union Committee Q1 2 35 Honors Day 115 ARD CURTIS Ilion N Engineerrn c Chr Psi Phi Eta Sigma Georgia School of . ogy DONALD MILO CURTIS Murraya Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Clubg Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day GJ Illinois College , , . 5 ' Q ' , 9 ' ' 5 ' ' , . , , i Q - , ......... ' , .Y. iii? V- 5 ' MILDRED Hman, Arts and Sciences UUYIZICJ' Leeman Alpha Honors JOHN EMANUEL CZAJA ............., Cbicagu Commerce Burinerr Managemeni Sigma Nu Skull and Crescentg Accountancy Club Cl, 21 5 Marketing Club KS, 41 5 The Illio C115 Man ager, Track 121 PHILIP MAURICE DADANT ..... .... H amilran Engineering Electrical Engineering Phi Delta Theta Skull and Crescentg Phi Kappa Phig Tan Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Tau Honors Day fl, 2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Keyg Bronze Tablet RUSSELL ARNOLD DAHLSTROM, Mt. Prorpecl Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Illinois Institute of Technologyg Tulane Universityg North Park College MARIELLEN DAMON ................. Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Alpha Omicron Pi Mask and Baubleg Arepog The Illio C13 3 Pro duction Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth" "Male Animal", "King Lear", "Alcestis", "Three Penny Opera" LILLIAN THERESA DANIELSON. .Elmwood Park Education Elemenfary Education Busey Hall North Park junior College GLENN WOOD DANKs .... Commerce Accauntanc Newman Hall Alpha Kappa Psig Beta Sigmag Ac- countancy Clubg Phi Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day Q23 Murray State ROBERT .lndianapolif Arts and Sciences Chenzirtry University GRACE DANTZKER .........,. ..... C birago Education Spanifla Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Spanish Clubg Market- ing Clubg Sigma Delta Pi 5 Honors Day fl, 21 I 'i 32 g S ROBERT FRANCIS DASSO .......... Rack Island Agriculture Agricultural Economicr Alpha Zeta University of Iowa I ' X S DORIS EMMA DAVENPORT .... Sioux City, Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences Hinory Medea University Orchestra QZ, 31 Morningside College 67 Melvin Lorenius Enger, Professor of Mech- anics and Hydraulics, since 1934 Dean of the College of Engineering and Director of the En- gineering Experiment Station, was born May 5, 1881, in Decorah, Iowa. He attended the Uni- versity of Minnesota and the University of llli- nois where he received the Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1906 and later the C.E. and M.S. degrees. ln 1906 while he attended the University of lllinois he was a member of the Civil Engineering Club and half- back on the senior class football team. After a year in the Bridge and Building Department of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, he was appointed instructor in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, and has served on the fac- ulty since that time. From 1926 to 1934 he was head of the Department of Theoretical and Ap- plied Mechanics. 1 . . . COME 6 of Dean Melvin Enger Dean Enger is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and was director from 1932 to 1934. He is a member of the American Society for Testing Materials, the council of the American Society of Engineering Education from 1921 to 1924, and Vice-President from 1938 to 1939, VVes- tern Society of Engineers, and was President of the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers in 1929. He is also a member of Newcomen Society, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, and is an honorary member of Tri- angle Eraternity. Dean Enger was awarded the Goodell Prize of the American VVater VVorks As- sociation in 1940. VL LVLZZTLVL The College of Engineering was organized in 1870 as a part of the Illinois Industrial University. The first University class included six candidates from the College of Engineering. For many years the College enrolled more than half the men stu- dents in the University. The first published curric- ula C1871j were in Mechanical Science and Art, Civil Engineering, Mining Engineering, and Archi- tecture. ln 1892 curricula were added in Electrical Engineering, Architectural Engineering and Mu- nicipal and Sanitary Engineering, in 1906, Railway Civil, Railway Electrical, and Railway Mechanical Engineering, in 1915, Ceramics and Ceramic Engi- neering, in 1920, General Engineering and Engi- neering Physics, in 1933, Agricultural Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering, and 1944, the Cur- riculum in Aeronautical Engineering. The Depart- ments of Physics and Theoretical and Applied Me- chanics were established as independent depart- ments of the College of Engineering in 1890. The Department of Municipal and Sanitary Engi- neering was discontinued and its courses were trans- ferred to Civil Engineering in 1926, in 1931 the Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering was transferred to the newly organized College of Fine and Applied Arts. The Department of Railway Engineering was abolished in 1940 and its courses were transferred to the Departments of Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Me- chanical Engineering. The curricula in engineering emphasize the mathematical and physical sciences and their appli- cation to design, construction, and operation of engineering projects and industrial works. The first three years are fundamentally scientific in charac- ter, with a common core in the first two years. A moderate amount of Specialization is provided through options and by special arrangements of courses in the senior year. The Engineering Experiment Station, the first in any engineering college, was established in 1903. The Station is engaged in nearly sixty investiga- tions in cooperation with governmental agencies, industrial associations, engineering society com- mittees, and individual companies. More than five hundred bulletins and circulars have been published on important researches in many fields of engi- neering science and practice. Engineering Hall EI is ,ri s , 1 I il EN ll' it is . 3 l I , V ,l ,,.,V . I new ...E :,- S L -,1,,lf211i .,.,AA . 3 I vt: :kay gg: if 'sfi:1E.3'sI?: " -- 'i :i'1:.':F.iI,.2f,' - 1-aff.: gl wr: '. 1 QW ,. a. .5 i bfl' virezg: .. i 2,-Ia, rr.: 5. S iv ,sk ft-star g,f:rf.:gg:1g,ygfpg.,,.-W' lt, f Q' .Ziff eg .. ,Y-Ia S, ,,,,, , W, , X: an , 1: ., igi gll II Q ,, e . I Ia !.:s, r 1- Zl- ls ,I ' EFF!!! I S 6 5 F E :rg 22 3 limi llfii 3 E y 2. J 3 gag , -ffl-3.551255 -A low- : I xml is I l 2 az " ' " Sei.-: xi". 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Oak Park Commerce lnalnrrrial Aa'miniJrration Sachemg President, M.I.A.g Pershing Riflesg Alp Q33 Uni ha Kappa Psig Chairman, Mother's Day 5 M.l.A, Executive Council C3, 41 5 Illini on Council Q35 Illinois Institute of Technology VI RG I N IA A N N E DAV I E S ...... l e Journalism Edilorial M Busey Hall Torchg Mask and igma Rhog The Daily Illini fl, 2, President lljg lllini Union Cou ji Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 3lS lPll: fl, 25: Star Course 121 5 Y.W.C. fzlm gf 2, 45 3 Debate Q23 1 Production Staff I eo and Juliet", l'Barchester Towers" QQ . WILLIAM DEAN DAVI ..... Spring Valley Liberal Sciences Che ?-y Flagg House l Phi Eta Sigma fs I il I lg Commerce 1 Accountancy I Alpha Delta Pi Accountancy Clubg The Illio fl 5 University Orchestra fl, 274 Production -aff, "Romeo and Juliet", "The Skin of Our eeth", "The Male Animal" " Ho nors Day C23 f BARBARA JEAN DAVIS ......... . .Maywood ' HARRY ANDREW DAVIS .Sz. Loair, Mo. Electrir l neering Kappa Alpha Psl A.I.E.E.g I.R.E. u Stowe Teachers il geg Hampton Institute JOHN Brzoorcs DAlll ......... Paxton Division of Wg vices ' Cl b J f fl. llg I 51,4 155.32 .. l I is 3, , lil ' NASE V, A nag Al ha Ta Ome a " P fl. .g . Sac - 9 or E fe hem, Illini Union Committee Purdue University LEONARD NOEL DAVIS .... ., ..... Mt. Vernon Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A.I.A.g First Regimental Band fl, 25 Honors Day C15 7 ll? ill l ei owl 335 fsrrigw Vgwilwwwbwgg iiylonenwenw llsirl lfilf Lf? li? li? lr gig! . . Q Z g 3, I , mo w, 2 ii ' 2 I. flfig, , 45 eearreeewof fillfrlrli f 5 L EA W Mrsifrgrfelll lr 54 Nfl it 3. M219 ,V ., rl ro as I es if- -A Al l w ere ,glgielzwla si is l e g g rille, selgliiaiifllliigil lgrli if 'lil 3 aiiifliirlf Lowa AWMWMWM S252 Qrllilirll lla lilo? W in an Karim SP2 sl 3, at gQ2l1:2l5g5'le5fg55irns5l5?Arffeialzll fgqllilf lf I - rsrsaagaiaaerrfrliiregise lil 215 A it rl 1 s Q- V Eereigllelrlerzlrfrrllris Q f l I ii Egg I , I ,xg Elf IRI fjllrillig ir V rr gll lellli sr li wwgoerwllser enamel into Mmwwfllirh allilzalllfzrlr ,eirillaaaaee L Q I Murray State Teachers' College NEWELL EDWARD DAVIS ............ Vandalilr Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbilomplay Moore Hall PATRICIA GENE DAVIS ........,..... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Honors Day Q35 RICHARD LEE DAVIS ............... Maywood Engineering Mechanical Engineering Alpha Chi Rho A.S.M.E.g The Illio f2Dg Basketball Man- ager Q21 Honors Day fl, 51 RoDEn'r SAMUEL DAVIS ............ Fairmonnf Division of Special Services Agricallural Eronornler Alpha Kappa Lambda ' Sachemg Pershing Riflesg Interfraternity Execu- tive Council C2, 33g Y.M.C.A. Cabinet QZ, 313 Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors f2, 333 Star Course, Board of Managers 125 SHARLEE TODD DAVIS .............,. DEf:1lllT Education Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi Illini Union Council Q41 g Illini Union Com- mittee C2, 3, 43 James Millikin University SIGEL CHESTER DAVIS ................. Flora Commerce Perronnel Management Marketing Club 15, 41g Accountancy Club , ,v,, V Disciples' Foundation Q31 .2 mal Universiliy' 'Ar A V ,I N9Nl 9 -'WPS was WFEMEQEEQEKEQHL - ,,,. A v,. t,,o.,,5. X . SOL DAVIS ........................ Chicago Division of Special Services Accountancy Pi Lambda Phi Accountancy Clubg Illini Union Committee flbg Hillel Foundationg Production Staff, "Squaring the Circle", "Antony and Cleo- patra" WILLIAM EUGENE DAVIS ....... Clinton, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A.I.A. Rose Polytechnical Instituteg Indiana State Teachers' Collegeg Dennison Universityg Har- vard University WILNA JEAN DAVIS ......... Valpav-airo, Ind. Education Mathematic: Theta Upsilon Mask and Bauble Illini Union Committee Q2 53 WILL Q1 2 33 Production Start, Everyman Squaring the Circle", "An- tony and Cleopatra The Corn Is Green", The Infernal Machine Honors Day Q13 KECK RUSSELL DAWSON Springjielfl Commerce Accountancy Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day Q13 St. Charley Commerce Accoanlancy Alpha Kappa Psi Amerxcan Legiong Account- ancy Club The Daily Illini Q1 2, 33g As- sistant Business Manager The Daily Illini Q43 House President Q33 YMCA. Honors Day Q33 ES DAY Carbondale Engineering Engzneerzng Flagg House Phi Kappa Phi Ta P1 A S.C.E.g Chi Epsilon Concert Ban 43 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q53 YMCA d of Directors Q43 Student Religrous Coun QS, 433 Mc- Kinley Foundation Student Cou Q2, 3, 43 Honors Day Q33 Illinois State Normal Unrversity JAMPS DEAN Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Chr Phi RICHARD DEAN ..... joliel Commerce Marketing oliet BERNARD VINCENT DEANY ....... Wellingron Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Urban House House President 133 MARILYN Lors DEARDOREE ...,...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Cagle Hall German Clubg Illini Union Committee Q33g Y.W.C.A.g W.A.A. North Park Junior College JOHN PI-IILLIP DEIEEL, JR .... ...... D iefericb Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Sigma Tau Gamma Cyclothem Clubg Gamma Delta Eastern Illinois State Teachers College: Northwestern Universityg Oberlin College DANIEL Rocco DELORENZO. . .Newark, N. f. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology GEORGE HENRY DEMERS ,... Rochester, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Matbematir: The Illio l3l 5 The Daily Illini Q33 Rochester Institute of Technology JEANNE CATHERINE .Oak Park Honors Day Q53 University of Rosary College D'ESMARAIS ...... Oak Park Fine and Applied Arts A7'Cbif?Flh7E Rho Chi Legion ELLEN DEMoss ............... Wabash, Ina'. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englifla Kappa Kappa Gamma Spanish Club QI, 23 5 The Illio Q13 THOMAS FRANCIS DEMPSEY ........ Oak Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi GERALD DEUTH .................. Fon-mon Fine and Applied Arts Arclfitecmre 71 J, in Ii H, .Ds I- iv i igii iz: I ij: OHN EDWARD DIVILBISS .... . .. .Canton i Commerce li-ini 'F i iii .Management mv? gi Hg . . , J k k' iwgl X2 grip- Chr Psi Eigggiiii 35 555 Rifle Club qs, 43 4 Mears Giee Club my Bowling Green State Universityg North- Efgiiiisx in f- western University .ge get ti 2 If A - I , V vi- ' A 5- F 3.51 3 ggi .i 2 It W 'V i i 'ai2f5 . A kr ' A -1 . ' 5325 5, gig ? OBLRT DEWITT ..........., .. ..Sz. Iorepn ,J Manizgemenl E I gg Lambda Chi Alpha gi QE fi E gig ' 5 Kemper Military Academy i A i 4 i,, sfI S f 5 Ti i t hi i 5 iff? ' AURA 'MTH DEXTER' - H -"'-- Liberal Arts and "5 3? A rchesis QE fin e, fi iii ' , gy 5, SM " I ROSALEEN DEVLIN .... ........ Virginia 2 Jill 25 2' Liberal Arts ciences P Q 'fi . i ff i is Saezol y Ii 15.5 ii fi, 5 E, Blackburn College 453 Vg ,L v 5 " A iiff .lf . i ii , ' fwwfiaf i. A si f f y I Iii? " Q, .Y E E ve ' ,P. ' ii, .gy a P- 5 2 3 . 2 I I I I 1 1 5. is flgmeefm , 5 jew like 5 Z 2 1 gsgzfffgggii 5 15 5 ,E it iRiIIffn.liI I , gfiiigizfl itiaiin, I vzfsiiil il so Sign I A .2 Q Q 5 I X ' I 1 ' 1 I g 3 iilgzigix ,ig Y f lag? ,, f' i 5 "if 'l Q 52 ' Z .v i i ,I. ,g,I,g,f.if with ,, A I E5 Igtgrgjgwigfgi 34 . Ei 3 EE L f g ORMA JANE DICE ........... A iillo, Tex. iiifii' at 5 5 H x f. Q. Liberal Arts and Science ie Mi iiiiziii A fi fi Gm 1 . wg? 'pq 4, 1 - if 'ggi 4. jig, Ziggy ite K 3555 gag? . if Ii' ,si-is nigga 1 A fs in gif: , ' lifiislg 1 li Ni 7 ,ii i I I , up zwgszl 5. ' il ii iniii is ' Ei eil Hi II S V2 sii gilii Ei .fit Q E3 , .L . A. ,J In if I Sgt, ' .5 w seffiii egyieii . I5 , gl el m fifi wifi gn li I .I 5 5 232331 ' igflfig fi Ei A QE: nge isggiin' i ig is al it jf if I il fi If I '. V intel iiiagf n fi A Egifzwiii iii 2 fi 12 gigiig 5 , iam I ditsiigggi, LARENcE VERNON Dic ...,... Virginia 532 'E Q3 Division Of S Service5 Zi gi viii 'eisvfif ni if W its .fa I, 'Elie 5955235 I 1 ,e I li Y ga If ,. ,l1I,.Aes, :fig 'E i gg 5 , A Qian Hame M ASHA it eg It M- Y aH0f Qitiiigief f fa North Central " Ha ff at " ' V 3 ?"?ws?'4' r w . AA, J L if 5' 1 2 5 5 27 Liiii a tf li ei , - , YES? , , gwgggfggg g RUSSELL WARREN wfwt A A 4 1 31 Q' 2 2 I S? gi i irwrfis e il X I i I ' if ,y fwg I a i: V -4 ik, if 1 i gb EH f me i 3535 . . , ::.:..:, , A 't i , , we laf w ig ' W V gy 5 if 2 65316 fs' My Kea 392, ig B fav in 2 L i'Q?1xg, M ig 'R gigs I W VI Q, Qi. g li, it A an af Mg? ale f S' t g, J .ii ,, I mega' 5 A I 9 4 . f -,'i ' Il ' 'f. ' ,f ,mv K ,. : - -- in 3 9 si - QI fi ing ,Av iv it .lima Wei A 5 i 1. , iff 5 Y f iii img? liar L Sai is A .Q .3f?iiw s', Dr ill s Y 7 Milf 2 , is: 333 A RM, ifrmf if 52? f was Q is 4 g an y i I x V4 t ie fi gi f Eg 2 iw 33.2 fifffi El e :tri cal E n J5 A.I.E.E. onors Day C11 af .Y 5 y 95, Q' 5 ti in E . 's if Wi E35 gait 1 E 'JAMES MILTON DIEHL .............,.. Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Four Columns University of Minnesota 53 72 is 23 if .ii R is MARILYN JEAN DIEHL ................ Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences Clyemirtry Cagle Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Iota Sigma Pig The Illio Q21 Honors Day fl, 2, 313 University of Illinois Scholarship Key LORRAINE LOUISE DIERs ...... .. .Cbimgo Journalism Ailiiertiring Kappa Delta Illini 11, 3, 4pg Illini Union com- Production Staff, "Romeo and 1 it-wa fm- ,YY J-f '- "" , .,,, .,,,i,. , V ,, DORIS JANE DIETZ ................. Claimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Alpha Phi W.A.A.g Illini Union Committee f2Jg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet fl, 213 Production Staff, "The Skin of Our Teeth", "The Male Ani- mal" M I ROBERT DEAN DILLER ........ .... D emtur Commerce Management James Millikin University JEAN KATHERINE DILLEY .... .... P eoriiz Journalism Editorial Sigma Kappa Spanish 'Clubg Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini KZ, 3, 41 5 Illini Union Committee Q31 g Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet" EUGENE DINGLEDINE ....,...... Waibinglan Engineering Civil Engineering A . S . C . E . L J f A R ani-ef sz, - if-in -fy . in 1,vfa"Ii"2:'gii+v!'!!Ql'e'fxf'i,.M.sA Q fig , I .I ' ' 1 ..: A M Ha. A 1. A552251 nf 4 WILLIAM FRANCIS DISKIN... .... Elmlaimt Journalism Adifeiliring Alpha Delta Sigmag Marketing Clubg Fresh- man Wrestling Squadg WILL GJ VVILLIAM STANLEY DITZLER ......... Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Fireside Concert Band 111 5 Marching Band fl, 21 CLYDE DIXON .................. Champaign Commerce Indurtrial Adminixtrazion Alpha Kappa Psig Intervarsity Christian Fel- lowship Leagueg Marketing Club Honors Day 113 Augustana College JAY TRUE DODGE ............ .... R arbrille Commerce Marketing Ruste Armes Marketing Club QB, 45 Western State College AMES DOHERTY ............ Chicago Journalism Ediiorial Phi Kappa Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Sigma Delta Chip Newman Clubg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 3, 45 DOLD, JR ........... Wheaton of Special Services ineering Phi Delta i' A .S. C . E. " Miami University WILLIAM 'CLARENCE DOLOWY, Chicago Heigbis Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemutry Thornton Junior College EDWARD . . .Cbicago of Special Services Phi Eta Beta PI M I A Execu tive JOHAN Ross DONALD ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Dioirion of General Studie: Leeman Lodge ' WILL QD: Cast, "Male Animal", "Beggar on Horseback", "Three Penny Opera", "An- tony and Cleopatra", "joan of Lorraine" Honors Day Q35 ROBERT FREDERICK DONER, Battle Creek, Mich. Commerce Afarkefing and Management Theta Chi Alpha Kappa Psig Illini Union Board 43, 45 HENRY EUGENE DONEY ........... Lake Bluyf Liberal Arts and Sciences Economicf Sigma Nu Scabbard and Bladeg Junior Prom Committeeg Illini Union Council 12, BM Illini Union Committee 42, 3, 47g Major, University Bri- gade XVILLIAM MEREFIELD DONNE ........ Chicago Commerce Marketing and Management Theta Delta Chi Skull and Crescentg Pershing Riflesg House President Q21 LOUIE WAYNE DoNoHo .............. Salem Division of Special Services Sociology Pi Kappa Alpha Tribe of Illinig Varsity Football Squad KS, 45, Letter f3, 41 DOROTHY HELEN DOOLEN. .Champaign Liberal Arts and Alpha Chi Omega The Illio 123 g Illini U on Committee 121 Ward-Belmont -Colle TTE DORMAN ......... Wheaton Iberal Arts and Sciences Law rIan Hall Bar Associationg Kappa Beta Pig McKinley Student Council CBJ: Production Staff, "Three Men On a Horse", "Joan of Lorraine" DONALD LYLE DORWARD ......... Waflainglon Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemirtry Ice Rink Plateau and Drum fljg First Band fljg Illini Union Committee C15 ELLIS EUGENE DOTSON. ,...... Kingman, Ind. Agriculture Dairy Technology Michigan State College JOHN GAVIN Dorv, Jn. ............ Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering DePaul Universityg Denison University: Harvard University 73 I i At - ll fd F - w r , if ff A M Jia an PAUL CLARENCE Do'rY ........ .. .5atannf: il . 5,35 QE Agriculture 5? Vocational Agriculture . l n WEEE- gig gle , Alpha Zetag Alpha Tau Alpha, Agricu ture - s" ? ', "S 21 ' 12 2 ,I :, -, H ' ' g g i 5 Club 15, 45 5 Agricultural Education Club 1 Q . 1 F 1 it " Q. 'll g gggggigg, 13, 45 ef Da fe 49 University of Georgia I 5 .Q H A2f 5li '2gs5 1335555 ,fait A EEE? " , js 1 it it 255 ii 'li lil?-'Q lik '22,5i2l, :w illgiggifggttailllgirQ 3'-yea 1. Q rA'iffJ ' fw s 4 JOHN DOUGLAS ................ Champaign " fA'M,,4:' A is l Lg IA ' I '-gif'?fji . . 5 gSEi,lQQ5, i5 My gr Engineering A v N Meclaanical Engineering gift' il. j'5E,gEE5Qg155 ggi . A.S.M.E. ll lg jul' f . 13 LaSalle-Peru unior College me at 1 s. gl ,i ,itz , Q 5 , t tf A2 galil il' 3fi?il'l Mil , ,E K- lil i w . - 'Q ci ,, .. ' ' Lt : A Aaif iitit its -I in , it 5 YL 1 5'- 'SWE .2 ' H ' ' l :UM A A Sii iw ll tii as i i fsllsg,Alf"al if g3?al2fi, Q: K H ' il?iArl il' 5 4 Alg lsfi L -1, S ,rig if A el G -Arif: - ,Ee liz mg a. . L I' sg Lil-A 'Jil LWW UQE , ef I 5553 fi stall? 2 t silggf all A A A f 25, , A -1 , ' :H L .r,,-'- 7 -21-1- ix img SHELTON LEE DOWNEY, Y la ng, i g-gig it Patina . rS? Calif. filiali l E3 55 XF Ell a ? l Liberal Arts and ,, V: , 2 m e 55 Chemical Engin e :alia a l l Acam if Y' Q? University of Californ A5 il We l l A' Nil ' FME A lt ' ie ga, -' 5g ,t g'rg" l ill E gg " ll i f , ?1 ,,, ,b " WANDA LEE CECELIA E. ..... .. .Clifton may i run, :HH -ui x A at - ,, q ll Liberal Arts gd3?JScIences w as --p at A afraid 'Hes ' 7 J Sli 512 5 'fi f ili i fg idflflfilg A A ' t , tZl : 55t?2ef5l i'f i c ' AV - . 3 A A 1. Q -1 : - P : -1 ' iii ,um it .Mi l A ig V ' ig ,l5tir,, fill?f5VVILLIAM MITCHELL DOYLE. . . .V . .Galerburg Commerce I1 'A wffxi 5. V Ni 'W P53555-'V K1 'IN E. 'fir e' L,'- M3435 . .1 A '- Mefkfflng H lA.f g dr V - Tw KW Epsilon A' V Anlzsglrgl t 5 iv Wi: Nf,5fAQ2', fag., at ,ll lkflv ln" lift 'if ' in n JOSEPH JAMES DRAEEK. ......... Cicew Llam a? ' sl ' G Lille-25 'l ?2fu.+.t,--llgiaw img I I 751 Same, 1 'stfzift-'zittrfteat-fy: Y wi , it I - A Q ififfaft , , IAEA 535Afl,42"i if-ifmmlwl fflftfii fjf' 2 limo'-Q' ist--Wikia at Z , -5 5, ia ,gt gt ,ff we ,A 'K ,flu fa1liS:fQwLaet,telf?-?,9t alfa, ,351n.l4,nAei,Lf i Q AW. K ,Q a,gp5,g fa Egg iw ALA A rat cl' fl -D X if aww " f ri ,wfwii ,.f,1irf.'t,,tisc.-f-- ,I A 0 we Ae I If wt angie, 'JM ' f' on ct , , Allie' ' Y' 'l?gi3Ji1?dlf'lQ1ENi.L2Eilli J i i QwSw:t:ffi.'fiLQtuafi'fwifctsz stu. 'K tl ni v 'W-H'-,451,f. -'fgzcni ,ipgfgsm Mtn - fi c,,,,i,:.,:, new L, , fi fl? 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I it .,,, cl I iwiaii eWA12,z?l grnl?ga,zAgs,,ig,55it2 MLA? 15saw,,fgz,AgigEw,42l i':fl'2riif'L NW taffsltii' 41 A 1 f"ft1.i:c5, f't:5t',z-' tlfiwif we we St Q is L, L 3Af'WE'fffi-sifefff its Z. vw' telnet ewjggggr ,f uit, .sialsfgf .AI f'izf1ut.15 eff lg Q ' wi txiergelfils: V ,f KR ,fer PL A Piaiwtsw frfflltft ,V,SPP!?'aiZ!t5ttf!A1A-lgtWa::e'ztaff5"f? lea.,Avzfi?21ieS?aAlze?l'l' F35 W ess Wr,+.f?M,HAtt1iA"tiewfwtg2sf,n, 5-feta-faayzaf ,jar A5 'at-tt',w1feis,W-gn:,:QAc,fMWsy,.igx,,9,.grzfiwfg ,.yi,ialti,taW GEORGE EDWARD DRAKE ...... .. .Cornlantl Agriculture Agricultural Finance Ten-O-One Club Alpha Zetag Agriculture Clubg Agricultural Economics Clubg Rural Life Clubg Football Band 11, 25 Honors Day fl, 25 74 ZQHSSALQA5 , , 2 A3 fsulfsffgsfgitit V We isiritteifiaict seepfrkwftififiifiogitwgt org-V53 D ,.EestiNajaf'6355491'l5i,5gggffyge4zafnns2?c. ,,wreili,1'ftltfi Q' 'A 1:Qf'fwf,i'f,:4wm '-at A Milt' me AS H AMiaza!m,:'i,,w teei,,,.sevw-anftif :inf f Aw las- 1' cn ,st,,r,,,.,i1f1t,z A ,gg , 2 t axtiw 1 f - ' fee-i,f'weJ'a - K iw 1 - lr A A, la w s", FRANCES LOUISE DRENNAN ...... Mt. Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Palitical Science Pi Beta Phi The Daily Illini C255 House President G53 University Concert and Entertainment Board I3, 43 Honors Day f3l Christian College PAUL DREW5 .............. ...Chicago Engineering Mechanical .Engineering 206 Club .s.M.E. ICHARD JACOB DRILL ........ Newark, N. 1 Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Men's Residence Hall Gargoyle onors Day C2 55 Rutgers University VELYN DUBOFF .......... ,..Claicaga Education Teacher Training in English Lowry Lodge g illel Foundationg Production Staff "Square ing the Circle' DePaul University LUCILE ELIZABETH DUEE ........... Rieeveride Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Pi Beta I Alpha Lambda Deltag Cast Warrior s Hus- band"g Production Stat? "Romeo and Juliet" Honors Day fl 2 35 2 University of Illinois Scholarship Key WILLIAM CHARLES DUFFY, . . .. .Dixon Commerce Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma: Accountancy Club Ho 1 u Am'HoxY RICHARD Duco. .. .. ,Oak Park Commerce Industrial Adminiytration Men s Residence Hall Louis ALAN DUMOND ............ Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Parade Ground Units A f 5 I 1 Q ,KM AA Q If K Q. L K' 1. A I mail: X ri W lr, s f .-nf, tgfnx ' 1 i ga Mi Hifi R H , E H A ai 1 ,UE filet L 52,13 MAA , H 3 ten 5 A 1, Si A Ph , , , , A 1 'f ' gif ii A X A Q S A Z E ' ' ,Q 'l Maw ui f ,f A 'A 'Q ri , 4, I July lf 3 lk EXAM lt if , , BETTY Lou DUNCAN ...,...,. ...., H err-in Journalism Editorial Women's Annex The Daily Illini 141 Southern Illinois University ROBERT ORVILLE DUNCAN ............ Moline Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.g Varsity Football Squad H1 I Icx-IARD DUNKLE JR. Lancarter, Pa. Division of Special Services Mathematic: Flagg House Millersville State Teachers College . Litchfield Arts and Sciences fcialagy Gamma Phi The I llio if ii' LEROY VALENTINE DUPRE ......... Oak Division of Special Services Marketing Lambda Chi Alpha Marketing Clubg WILL Q31 Ripon College GENE Dawagzac, Mich. Engineering al Engineering Phi College: University of Notre DANIEL DWYER .... . . . . . . .......... Pear-za Engineering Electrical Engineering Gar-Men A.I.E.E.g I.R.E.g Newman Clubg House Presi- clent C51 Bradley University XVILLIAM EDWARD Dvcus ........ Mt. Vernon Engineering Mechanical Engineering BETTY JANE Terrapin Q3 DYER .................. C hicaga Physical Education Phyrical Education 41 g Physical Education Majors' Club fl, 2, 3, 41g Orchesis C11g W.A.A Q41 g House President Q21 ROBERT DEWEY DYKES. .. Chicago Mechanical E A.S.M.E. Lawrence nology L Engineeri College 3 Institue of Tech- EEN EADS ........ W Iberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Lambda Deltag Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth" Honors Day 11, 2, 51 g University of Illinois Scholarship ROBERT HARRY EAGLETON Agricultural Engineering Honors Day Q51 Rutgers Universityg Princeton University Key Engineering DONALD NELSON DUVICK ......... Sandwich Agriculture Agronomy Nabor House Alpha Zetag Phi Eta Sigma, Agriculture Club Cl, 3, 411 Field and Furrow fl, 3, 415 The Illinois Agriculturist fl, 2, 3, 41 g House President C41 g Men's Glee Club 13, 41 Honors Day fl, 21 Biarritz American University JAMES JOSEPH DVORAK ........... Wertmont Commerce Marketing Marketing Club Central Y.M.C.A. ELIZABETH LAURA EASTER .,........ Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa D Torch: Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag J man Councilg Sigma Delta Pig The Cl, 2, 315 Frolicg Illini Union Council G1 3 Illini Spanirh elta Sophomore Cotillion g Committee Honors Day fl, 21 11, 2, 31 g University Chorus WILLIAM ERNEST EATON ......... Carbondale Division of Special Services lndartrial Adminirtratian Phi sigm a Kappa Indiana State Teachers' Collegeg Southern Illinois University 7 Rexford Newcomb, Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, received his training at the Universities of Kansas, Illinois, and Southern California. His academic studies were supple- mented by travel and research in Europe, the Near East, and the Orient. Before coming to the Illinois faculty in 1918, Dean Newcomb was for five years Director of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts at Long Beach CCaliforniaj Polytechnic School and for four years Director of Adult Education and Principal of the Long Beach Evening High School. He practiced architecture in California for five years. He served also on the faculties of the University of Southern California and the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, at the latter institution as Professor of Architec- ture and College Architect. COZZEW of Dean Rexford Newcomb Dean Newcomb was for ten years editor of the Western Architect, Chicago, has served as technical consultant in various connections and has lectured widely on the Fine Arts. He is the author of fifteen volumes and several hundred magazine articles in his field. A The Dean is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, past-president of the Institute's Cen- tral Illinois Chapter and past-president of the Amer- ican Society of Architectural Historians. He was a member of the State Planning Commission under Governors Horner and Green. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi and va- rious other honorary and professional organizations. 5... aa G-gyzaz ala Training in the Held of Fine Arts was provided in the original plans for the University of Illinois and instruction in Art and Architecture was early offered in the University's history. Courses in Music were soon introduced also and a School of Music was organized in the year 1897. For more than a third of a century, training in Landscape Architecture has been oHered. It was long felt that all of these Fine Arts interests should be brought into close administrative relation- ship but this was not possible until 1931 at which time the College of Fine and Applied Arts was es- tablished by a grouping of the Departments of Art, Architecture, and Landscape Architecture, and the School of Music. The Bureau of Community Plan- ning has been a part of the college since 1934. The Walden String Quartet, joined the College staff of instruction in 1947. With the College of Med- icine, it now offers a curriculum in Occupational Therapy. The teaching program of the College is two-fold: iirst, to train professionals in the various fields of art and second, to offer students the cultural ad- vantages to be gained by the study of and the par- ticipation in the various arts. The various curricula are so set up that the student gets a background of liberal studies. In addition to its program of instruction the Col- lege offers annually many free lectures, concerts, recitals, and a constantly changing series of art eX- hibits displayed in the Architectural Building. In cooperation with other University departments, the college sponsors a Festival of Contemporary Arts during the spring semester. Students from the other Colleges of the University come in search of the many cultural courses offered by the College of Fine and Applied Arts as Well as the musical organ- izations it sponsors. The Graduates of the College hold important places in their respective professions throughout America and in all foreign lands. Architecture Building A... JAMES RICHARD EDMONDS ........ Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Permnnel Pryebology Phi Gamma Delta Skull and Crescentg Student Senate C33 g Var- sity Football Squad KU Illinois Wesleyan University AUDRIEY JANICE EDSON ........,..... Chicago Journalism Radio Shalimar Sociology Clubg Marketing Clubg The Illio Daily Illini CZ, 534 Illini Union ' Hillel Foundation fl 2 'King Lear ' CHARLES DAVID EDWARDS ......... Great Lake.: Fine and Applied Arts Arebileclural Engineering Exmoor Hall Lake Forest College EDWIN CHARLES EDWARDS ......... ..... L ee Engineering Eleclrieal Engineering Eta Kappa Nug A.I.E.E. Honors Day Q25 Vanderbilt University JOHN THOMAS EDWARDS ........... WI:-ealon Engineering Meebanieal Engineering Kappa Sigma A.S.M.E. Wabash Collegeg Purdue University NEIL WALLACE EFT ................. El Pan Engineering Mechanical Engineering First Regimental Band 11, 21 .,.. , A. . ,A-I A ma If A ra'...3Ex,,.,i:-rxbfenfapvgtz-3 -r,,,, -m ,. ana I lf! i if ,li W2 9 Al emo 2,511 . 'is i , y, JOHN STUART EISELE ......... ...Springjiell Engineering Meelnanieal Engineering Triangle A.S.M.E. Purdue Universityg Iowa State College RICHARD JOSEPH EISEMAN. . .Mempbi1, Tenn Commerce Management Phi Epsilon Pi Marketing Club GEORGE ARTHUR EISENHUTH ......... Auroni Journalism Editorial Kappa Tau Alphag Sigma Delta Chi Honors Day 133 Aurora College LORRAINE JERALD EIsENsTAEDT ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Clinical Pryclaalogy Phi Sigma Sigma The Illio 11, 213 The Daily Illini 11, Zlg W.A.A. 123g Y.W.C.A.g Sophomore Co- tilliong Illini Union Committee 12, 5, 415 Women's Glee Club 11, 2, 35: University Chorus 1153 Cast, "Patience" Staff, "Joan of Lorraine", "King Earf SI. Lozzir Engineering Ciffil Engineering Triangle A.S.C.E.g Pershing Rifles EITEL ....... Lauzrwlle, Ky. I Applied Arts gif Engineering 'Phi Delta HARRY EUGENE ELDER ............ Engineering Electrical Engineering Kappa Delta Rho Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Taug Eta Nug Phi Lambda Upsilong House 11, 2, 3? , University of Illinois Key Unrversrty , Oklahoma Col lege of and Mining WAYNE .Sterling Honors HYMAN JACK ELIAS ........ Rocherter, N. Y. Engineering Electrical Engineering I.R.E.g A.I.E.E.g Captain, University Brigade KATHLEEN ELLICKSON ............ Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Clinical Pxycbology Gamma House Blackburn College HAROLD GLENN ELLIOTT ....... Mowironrfille Commerce Accountancy Noble House Accountancy Clubg House President 13? IVAN ELLIOTT, JR. .................. .Carmi Liberal Arts and Sciences b Political Science Sigma Phi Epsilon Pershing Rillesg Spanish Club Honors Day 11, 23 RICHARD RONALD ELLIOTT ......... Greenvrew Agriculture General Agricallufe Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horn Club CLIFFORD ELLISON ........ . . .Chicago Commerce 1 Marketing Minawa Lodge f House President 143 L I M - i,, . . 4' U GEORGE LLMAN .......,..... Chicago ..,. Z Si0H Of 5192531 Sffviffs if Cbfnfffn Y Gi ,,,,. Teachers' College 2?iIi1?:Q5: Agy! fafl .1'.' 3 , , as L ar, ,vi , my 'Q :'AV. Q t:r.....t..2:,f,:iltr1,.l,t L t. .... .t.,.,,,...i.,.r..,,... 1 :liE.i, i,i,i ..,. ..r . . r F E WILLIAM GORDON EMSHOEF ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Gamma Iota: Alpha Phi Omegag Ger- 5 E Honors Day 11, 33 i n is iii rl qlkl E2 iii' i g fr I l, Q f i IEE? JACK BUNKER ENDICOTT ...... .... C hIl.'tIg0 Ygqgtglii 5 E 2, , 5 . Journalism ll ' . Aawnirmg asm' - lg? Pi Kappa Alpha if' ' g ' K' 5 Interfraternity Executive Council 13J 55 lggiidj E Q S gm Ugl gif!!! I: E 5 , 2. f gist I lr E, A N igel , ' Hi' li E 1 " L1 'E I ' : 5.2212-f I "r'-f. 5 RosE Doius ENEVOLD ........... Libertyville 5 Q I it I Journalism W ' Adwffififfzz I T.. ... , Theta Sigma Phig Journalism Council 143 HOHOYS DRY 459 . -,,.. f 1 it' -.rr, 1 l 11- 79 A :Qi 59.3211 NANCY RosE ENGANDELA ...,. . . .Clair-ago Journalism Adrferiiring Gamma House he Daily Illini MJ Wright Junior College ARGAREI' PHELPS ENGEL ........... Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Divirion of General Slndier Gamma Phi Beta Star Course, Board of Managers IZJ 3 Produc- tion Stafli, "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear", Male Animal", "Skin of Our Teeth" -igfffti s: sudxwwfxwbr lifhva MARIE EDITH ENGELMAN ....... - ' Agriculture Home Econonzi Home Economics 'Club e Illinois Agriculturist C41 -2 . J Blackburn College MARGARET GALVIN ERD . .Yonker-J, N. Y. i K Jig lr I xi 4 T 5 J -L ? is mg? xi ff We Er i Rx E iv y: I Liberal Arts ciences f. me Eng ,gf-5 College of New Roch New York Uni- versityg College of Charll 'j n - SEYFI ERDOGAN ............. In Lal, Turkey Engineering Civil Engineering Robert College, Turkey A if .Q a t -i f' - RICHARD CHARLES ERKE ,.., ,,,, C lyimgg Division of s f Services W. . 1. B if Kappa Sigma Marketing Club University of i f 4-ess? likes? i Jiang .ifigfw f ' .My efafifiii Hy. MJ55 WHL' :ui ,reefs-,ies-f.efQa "fg?E12-giwh, T ,, ae, ROBERT ORMAN ERN ....... Demrof ., ,Q is Fine and ' fe . ' A Indurtrzal 5 N q r . James Millikin University JAMES FRANCIS ESSENPREIS .... ...Champaign Engineering Cerarn ic Engineering ieramosg A.C.S. -Ionors Day GJ Purdue University B0 NORAIAN SEYMOUR ESSIZRMAN. .. .. .Chicago Law Law Sigma Alpha Mu Nu Beta Epsilong The Daily Illini flj JAMES CHESTER EVANS ........... Camp Point Agriculture Teacher Training in Vocational Agriculture Phi Eta Sigmag Agriculture 'Club ly fl, 25 . . ., e is , iw I NANCY JEAN EVANS .,............ Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Hnmanitier Palamar Honors Day fl, 2, 53 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key ROBERT WILLIAM EVANS ....... .. .Eldorado Journalism Editorial Alpha Phi Omegag Sigma Delta Chi Murray State Collegeg George Washington University RUSSELL ANSON EVERSOLE ......... Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Barleriology Alpha Phi Omega Varsity Wrestling Squad f5, 41 Missouri Valley Collegeg University of Michigan DONALD JOSEPH EVERSON ,......... Princezan Division of Special Services Marketing Carleton Collegeg Iowa State University an -Sig' . if , at X M was E gllima. Mn A. Artist' Lf . A , , ki A 5 as . JoHN ROBERT EWING. ....... .. .Bridgeport Commerce Accountancy Honors Day KU ROBERT MooRE EYSTER, JR... ...Springfield Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta Interfraternity Executive Council fljg Men's Glee Club KU Springfield Junior College 4. WALTER VALENTINE FACKLER, JR.. . .Oak Park l Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiriry Tau Kappa Epsilon Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade JOHN ENGLISH FARLEY ........ ..... C bieaga Engineering Electrical Engineering Delta Tau Delta A.I.E.E. Honors Day Q31 Illinois Institute of Technology: University of Idaho ELWOOD FARMER Marketing Marketing Club JOHN FARRAR ........... Mt. Carmel Engineering nical Engineering WILHELMINA FATHAUER .......... Education Snciology Delta Delta Delta University Chorus C45 james Millikin University MATTI ..... Georgezawn Journalism Editorial Theta Kappa Tau Alphag House FRANKLIN HOBART FEDER ,... ..... C lyicaga Commerce Inafmtrial Adminirlralion Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Eta, Sigma Honors Day Q21 RosE LEE FEIGEN ........... ...., C birago Education Hirtary Indeco The Illio 111 5 Illini Union Committeeg Hillel Foundation Q33 EDWARD CLARENCE FENSHOLT ........ Cbirago Engineering Eleclriral Engineering Men's Residence Hall Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Taug Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug A.I.E.E. Honors Day Cl, 2, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key PAUL JACOB FERREE ................ Matzoan Agriculture General Agriculture Nabor House Alpha Zetag Phi Eta Sigrnag Rural Life Club: Agriculture 'Clubg Newman Clubg House Presi- dent f3Jg M.I.A. Executive Council Q3, 41 Honors Day Cl, 2, SJ g University of Illinois Scholarship Key RICHARD WALLACE FETTER, ' lnrlependenre, Ma. Engineering Electrical Engineering Kansas City Junior College RALI-H Scorr FIDLER ,.... .Marenga Engineerii Aeronauriral En, Billings Polytechnic Ins RALPH FIELDS Rack IJ Engineering Ciril Engineering Annex niversity DOROTHY JEAN FINCH Chan Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Deltag Psi Chig Alpha Deltag The Illio KID Honors Day KID JOHN WILLIAM FINCH. .. .. .. ... .Carmz Commerce Arraunzaney Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club DePauw University JACQUELINE FINERTY ...... Journalism Adverfiring Alpha Delta Pi The Daily Illini C21 5 House President 141 William Woods Collegeg North Park Col- lege 81 Monmouth College Illinois State Normal V1 T' " .5 'f' KQWTBI I-74' ,QE sv " 4. My -is I - in-ir! ,.i.i,-41, .. .. E, i Qi e , Q- ' s f A i -- 3 SSS eil t tags ,, fi an Allie 1: , A, ,. AE 2559 gg J i gs ati' f I :M 2233 Vail 236 z ti N21 i gi-fig? ii i? 5332 i ni? I ii i f 2,1 es f . ,A -. -in ETHELYN FINK ............ Philadelphia, Pa. Liberal Arts and Sciences General Sigma Delta Tau Piyelmlogy The we 41, 21 swif t in fs: ,f - it Q f 4 L ' A' ff s ff ' Mai, 1 if . A .gw ...a,4q,Eii5E?, . , is aa: 52555, VM CHARLES SAGER FINLEY ....... . . .Haapeifon Qi gi n , li k i ii Qi ggi Qi Agriculture 53- EE K wif :lin General Agrirzrltnre E2 5 4 Q2 , ' tiieiyugn, ai .5 z F H a i-ai si isn az if ggiii Fm me gi iggi z i t g f igg g i y i g lkgriculture Club fl, 2, 3, 455 Y.M,C,A. ii i? 55 55 ? fl, 2, 3, 45 g Star and Scrollg First Regimentil Band 13, 41 g Men's Glee Club f2, 5, 43 5 iiiil lfi l Eieiiii iiffailii Football Band 12, 3, 43 ., 4 R 53: llz ai ri gff ilv Z t lg l H 2 ifff fi t ae iii, LOIS ISABHL1-E FINLEY ..... .... 35 T Eiga H35 sig gnc'-I ture M inis assi satis i Home i 6-f :l ii f-f, i" 5?' Fehner House ii i ! '- , s ap gre g gill la Wig 2 Q s eiii i igi li gigliilgii ii i P is if Wifi ,rf ' iii I Q -i s -? if tins' 1 Hi Q 7 : V, 2 , ali ' isa giEsi, i E i gi i fee ig ii iiii -Hifi ? aXfli53li""ii5 f ? A , bfi e 3?giEf22g? 4. Efilkiigigl g MORRIS LETYIIS-FINNEY ......... Chicago A of S f l Services f gesfigiiai is lg iii gif ias iw l we get sigitziigiisi ri, A, ii i Clark Home iisiiii igiiii lllfiiiilg gfiii A119113 Phi Omega: Mark, g Club gl gigggfggiig iff, E Stanford University fisiiffgiifgiiaggziigfggl gigsi i gl 5 "ll 'Ai 252535 2 Qi K il it Bill, li 'Q t f 32, iitil , i5l :i fl it Ei zit iiille X' ii 4 gas: fi 4 2 , ifliiiilli ii l l "iviiiilhii it straye r. 'T f f i e A me Li 3 ,H Egg ,i i -9 5 . its in A ki I 5225152 gf gigi s gis gg ggi gg UCINDA ELLEN FIREBAUGH ..... Mt. Vernon , ,f ,f , or Qi, A? I ,, ' ' . . X 2' gljfrgliggl l I Liberal Arts and Scien s ii ii ii' ' if Gealo ' issiiigi fig ii. if iw s trait? in B gi I A1 252' tain A giigiqiigifi wif i agen my Hall e yyf p lzggiyggl g ig, cyciorhem Club is, 41 f s i2r??'f i its lv Q gi, ' gieicagag sffa ff all wi R2 siia fiiiiegi iiaiiaii itil 'ws in iiilwigriif ifs i l - veil it :ffi22i1 it-an QL fait in We i iisi iii . tie fi ag if ,align ggi I fi 1 liar get ,i tier w e I 1 22 wa s f , l o, ,. ,7,1 1 ky., Q .wt ga g e A if - BENJAMIN CHATBURN 12 35? te E E nj jig sae 2 t . ig fi 5' aff Q, 8 'Q X ae g e igeaaas isrsiia' liaise are l Q iffy G -la it ,f L- I ff ' 1? F G if , i f- - ,ff-,. li?lqX ' if ,E , ,. ,T A 341 152 if if its 6 'J arlainglon, D. C. Liberal Arty Sciences V9 1- i. , T E' t e . ,Q sigma chi A A , si Saehem, Skull andgigb nt, Phi Beta Kappag A al l Phl Era Sigma: S d enate is 47 A Fresh- " , a?1fifi31a ,gg -: - . ,: a j,.:g2-,a5e . ,'s C '1- .QL 3- - ' ' . man ounci , Senior Clasgg Pfesl. 4 dent, Sophomoretg Basketball 12, 315 f f , i i' " Freshman Varsilxj nis Squadg Varsity 'Igennis PSquaid f 5 Freshman Frolicg A Home SS' em . . . , i q l y g t g 0H01'S ,HY fl, niversity of Illinois Sfhvlafshle Kev .. i s ' -oo, , gg CLARENCE HEss Fxs emphryl Tmn, Fine and A A St d- T E 55, sa a rum errace Q AIA I E Y e n - , a t limi? " ' is f a n ny L ' it, ,W , ,, L if M.,' of , e is aff? , A 1123, L Q fi g ' i j , 4 Ei sl GERALDINE MARY FISHER ..,......... Cbiragn gas W if ,J 21 f Qian Liberal Arts and Sciences ,,i2?,lasMg!?2,,,ij Wag? M 1 awp es R a sa 'f 6 R maifgsgt as 40 in 1 ' 8 Y ggi, is ig' 2 w th? jfs Z3 Qi? X ef l we H X K g we , X ,155 'L A i K an aa its L lewis, 'again as 5 ,- ii X ' ' f if ee? ff 4'fai9?'finn4H?l f, ,wm a 9.5553 .ifzlviiggiff f R ee f f y , , , wi v' ai,l?rafr,x'-' Y new if as 1 4 ff . a- ik legit f r 'rife 51,51 an iii 4 3 ,ra 51, .A i g, , H iiom it f sag if ite rife g + ,K ' , if W ,tahoe s J Q tfnfgtej 'iw t i f .safe f C I l "'z,y'r9W'3fff 4, 'ff if jig' Baeteriology Laurel House Roosevelt College 2 HELEN HERDQN FISHER ..,....... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speedo Corrertion Delta Sigma Theta MARGARET JEANNE FITTON .......... Rantoal Commerce Eeonomicr and Management 4-H House L71 ha Lambda Deltag Phi Chi Thetag Illini 1 At., ie .wr mittee 11 J . . . . 31 g University of Illinois -ef as ,....:, ,-:1,i-:sg-,... , .,.,, . ,, W . " , I . ,, . .,, .nwggq ROBERT MAuR1cE FITZWATER .... .... U rbana Commerce Areonntaney Accountancy Club 15, 43 Illinois State Normal University NED AARON FLEISHMAN ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Palitieal Science Tau Delta Phi Nu Beta Epsilon Honors Day il, 2, 535 University of Illinois I Scholarship Key aw.: 15. PHILLIP NORMAN FLEISHMAN. .. .. .Claieago Commerce Aecountanry Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day Q13 University of Wisconsin ARTHUR NICHOLS FLEMING... .... Prineelan Engineering Meebanieal Engineering Sigma. Pi Q 1 gifs im," V, L. X 4533 ity of Illinois - L, L , fl , ge v ,. . qw: ,AE ,. , 5 ii E if R, K 5, my Wi 1 . . " 1 . Denison Universi , ' - ' 5552915459 WARREN BOYCE FLEMING. .. . . .Clairaga Commerce Indzutrial Adminixtration Marketing Club Indiana University JIZANNE WINIFRED FLESHER ......... Clairago Liberal Arts and Sciences Diririan of General Siudier Sigma Kappa W.A.A. 3 Production Stall "Beggar On Horse- back" ROBERT GORDON FI.EsI-IER ...... Bloomington Commerce Morkeling Men's Residence Hall Alpha Kappa Psig Marketing Clubg Account- ancy 'Club Union Collegeg Brown University VERNA LOUISE FLESNER ............. Ramon! Liberal Arts and Sciences Division of General Siudiex Alpha House Honors Day fl, 21 .Chicago Liber Arts and Sciences Pfycbology Busey Hall The Daily Illini fl, 25 Morgan Park Junior College FLOCK ........... Barrington journalism Alpha Kappa Tau Lambda Delta: Spanish 'Clubg Theta Phig W.A.A. Nu- meralsg House Pan-Hellenic Executive Council Q23 Honors Day Cl, 2, 35 of Illinois Scholarship Key MEI.VlN VERNON FOERSTER.. Commerce Accountancy Pi Kappa Phi Concert Band Q11 g First Regimental Band Q23 ELMER FOGELSONG ......... Cbimlgn Engineering Engineering Theta EVANS FOLGER ............... Wichita, Kon, Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Sigma Alpha Epsilon Scarab University of Kansas PAULA RUTI-I' FOLGER ...... Kansa: City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Gamma University of Kansas Ronan: LANCASTER FOLGER .......... Ufbfwfl Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiftry Alpha Chi Sigma . Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon Honors Day 11, 2, 3, 43 g University of Illi- nois Scholarship Keys BIOUZC Tablef Biarritz American University DAVID BERNARD FOLLENDER, Hackenmrle, N. I. Liberal Arts and Sciences Hislory Pi Lambda Phi Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day fl, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key New York University MARTHA EVELYN FOLTIN ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englixb Busey Hall McKinley Foundation: Spanish Clubg Illini Union Committee Q43 North Park junior College FREDERICK CLARENCE FORD... Commerce Aocountan Kappa Alpha Psi Student Senate 13, 41 3 H President K3, 45 ROBERT FORD .............. Genesee Agriculture General Agriculture Gamma Rho re Clubg Agricultural Economics The Illinois Agriculturist il, 25 Bradley Institute of Technology VIRGINIA LOUISE FORSAITH .....,.. Rorkforo Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemirtry Illivinn Honors Day Q11 BETTY ANNE FoRsYTI-IE ....... ...Muroml Agriculture Home Economies Vanlig Home Economics Club 13, 49 Honors Day MURRAY WAYNE FORTH ........... Morrifoi Engineering Agricultural Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag A.S.A.E. Honors Day fl, 23 83 Honors Day 11, 33 I 2 Louis Nicot Ridenour, now Dean of the Grad- uate College and Professor of Physics at the University of Illinois, who had formerly been Professor of Physics at the University of Penn- sylvania, succeeded Robert Daniel Carmichael. Robert Daniel Carmichael, fourth Graduate Dean, retired in July, 1947, after 32 years of service to the University, including 14 years as Graduate Dean. Dean Ridenour did his undergraduate work at the University of Chicago, and his graduate work at the California Institute of Technology. After a term as a member of the Institute for Ad- vanced Study, he was appointed instructor in physics at Princeton University. In 1938, he Went to the University of Pennsylvania as assist- ant professor. At the end of 1940 Dean Ridenour was granted leave to become a staff member of the Radiation Laboratory established at Massachu- setts Institute of Technology by the National Defense Research Committee. m miie Dean Louis Ridenour This laboratory, of which Dean Ridenour later became Assistant Director, was devoted to the de- velopment of military and naval radar equipment using the microwave radio frequencies which had been only a laboratory curiosity in 1940. Later, Dean Ridenour assisted the Air Forces in introduc- ing the new equipment, serving in 1944 as radar advisor to General Spaatz, the European air com- mander. After editing a series of 27 technical volumes de- scribing vvartime advances in electronics, Dean Ridenour returned to the University of Pennsyl- vania for a year before coming to the University of Illinois. CUM? Z Q 9 . Facilities for advanced study and for research were offered by the University as early as 1872, and organized instruction under the name of the Graduate School was begun in 1892. In 1894, the office of Dean of the Graduate School was estab- lished. The first two Ph.D. degrees were conferred in the year 1903. In 1906, the Graduate School was organized with a separate faculty, and an appro- priation of 355 0,000 for its support was made by the General Assembly. By action of the Board of Trustees, the name was changed to Graduate Col- lege in 1947. The Graduate College provides advanced instruc- tion and facilities for research in about fifty fields of specialization, and grants Masters' and Doctors' degrees to candidates successfully completing the requirements for degrees in course. In addition, professional second degrees in engineering are con- ferred upon graduates of the University who enter successfully into the practice of engineering, and otherwise meet the requirements for such a degree. The nature of graduate work has not changed since Dean Kinley, later President of the Univer- sity, wrote in the Graduate Announcement of nearly forty years ago: "The principal aim of graduate study is the development of the power of independent work and the promotion of the spirit of research. Each candidate for a degree is expected to have a wide knowledge of his subject and of related fields of work, for the graduate stu- dent is not expected to get from courses all the knowledge and training necessary to meet the re- quirements for his degree. 4'Students are warned against restricting them- selves merely to the courses prescribed or suggested by the departments in which they are studying. 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Chicago Dioirion of Special Servicer History Northern Illinois State Teachers College CHARLES FRANCIS FRY Carrollton Engrneerin Mechanical En eerrng Pershing Rifles Scab ard and Blade A S M E University R1 Team Q2 31 Honors Day C1 25 ro MAN Gihfon Agriculture .,.,,v,-, 55, General Agriculiure Zeta' Phi Eta Sigma FFP' Day fl, 2, 35 S University of Illinois Scholarship Key DAVID C hzcago Journalism Adoertzrzng Men Ha JoAN RUTI-I FRINTZ. .. . ..... . .... Homewood ANDREW Fume Princeton Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Illini Inn A I C E House President C31 Southern Illinois University Joi-IN WILI IAM FUNK Hammon Education Fine and Applied Arts Painling Busey Hall Illustratorsg W.G.S. Executive Council 1353 Illini Union Committee 11, 2, 3, 4jg Pro- duction Staff, "The Sorcerer" Honors Day ill 5 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key Milwaukee-Downer College THEODORE HENRY FRIsoN, JR ......... 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Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club University .Z ,-.: f .,,. ,. an .- -w,vzrgfg '- - I GILBERT GORDON GASSAWAY ........, Moandx Engineering Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag I.R.E.g A.I.E.E. BARBARA GAssMANN ......... .... 0 lney Journalism Adnefliiing Alpha Gamma Delta W.A,A.g Newman Club JEAN GATES .................... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Chi Omega Mortar Boardg Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag Mask and Baubleg Zeta Phi Etag Illini Union Board Mfg Illini Union Council 131g Illini Union 'Committee fl, 21 g Cast, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Hello Out There" g Production Staff, "King Lear", "Barchester Towers", "Three Men on a Horse" Honors Day fl, 2, 515 University of Illinois Scholarship Key FRANK NICHOLAS GAYESKI. . .Chicago Heiglm Commerce Personnel Management Newman Hall A . - ,, Z. , Q ,fan .wrote air-aana...,.g my was-A f1.ala.n-,.f.a ,gm- nw -1 5,1g,gf. gr 12, 4 .-:, A fl: M , WILBUR GEHRING ............. 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C 1:-irago Agriculture Home Eeonarniar Busey Hall Production Staff, "Wild Duck" LEO PATRICK GIBBONS ............ fmeyrille Commerce lndurtrial Adminirtraiion Club Topper Honors Day L21 University of Washington of Special Services UWWZQYFF Cast, "The the Shrew" .Cbiraga Varsity 150-Pound Football Squad Q45 EDWARD MAURICE GIBBS .... Engineering Meelaaniral' Engi Sigma Chi DePauw Universityg .gl College Wir. FRANCES ELAINE WINSTEAD GEORGE UGENE GIDCUMBE Eldorado Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Spanish Spanish Clubg French Clubg House President CSJQ Concert Band fl, 215 Y.W.C.A. Cab- Day 11, 21 GERALD Engineering Pi Tau Honors Dame Rockford MYRON JULE GERBER ....,...... . .. . . .jolief Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemirfry Tau Delta Phi Wright Junior College KENNETH ELMER GERLER. . .......... Chicago Engineering Elertrieal Engineering Gar-Men Pershing Riflesg Alpha Phi Omegag House President Q31 State 'College of Washington A.I.E.12.1 Marketing FRANCIS RICHARD GIEHL .......... Metamora Engineering Mechanical Engineering Ice Rink Newman Clubg A.S.M.E. Honors Day 11, 35 WALTER WILLIAM GIEEHORN .... .Columbia Engineering Civil Engineering Mu-Sang Chi Epsilong A,S.C.E. Honors Day Cl, 2, 513 University of Ill Scholarship Key RUSSELL LOWELL GIFFIN ...,..... St. Ck Engineering Civil Engineering Wenatchee Alpha Phi Omegag A.S.C.E.g Men's Club fl, 2, 51 inois arlei Glee A .. 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'V - swolgirggiggiggigrfgggfRANcis WILLIAM GILk g?. .. .Bloomington n f sleggiriitizfsszwifefisitiwiiifrifinifufoii- amfifiiizasnxfea Comgf ,f .. - Aggg E 'tty Clubg ACC M Y Clubg Marketing . 1 .r A f:f?5iZ!.liz'iti1'5S3' - ' ' iii KLJNV ' ' .,sf,c:,wit-owwnrt.o,iY,.sr.r -l m n. 1. s gi,3sJsff..3w , P- Illinois State Nog g giggniversity fi A sift ian ,J fi iff, ' " 1 ' X 2 li72ii.'lx."- l53lV'li?3liGiV9z I, Tilifilfift is A THOMAS VANCE . . .. .Plano Comma' .f 2445, iii' Wftitlteffriifligilazant I S are rf ' - - t-- A we lodufnfol Wesmen S' it Gamma Iotag Accountancy Clubg Market- ' - Clubg Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q45 f?fr,2H0n0fS Dfw 42, an " ,were-fi ssE'q1gZg2f2aftfeX,, wereifffggnieoiggsairigehmeiifrin- , iw-,fs I-fffff'f4-no-n"?rfa f MU. 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A V-, .,.sh., , V 'L f ir r ig - JE , gang' :li M' We no Y - A Aw 4t.,,.s'.e..,v V.. ,,s K - , e er i A sc it 'A- c Bw I "4 T ogvw , ... i H -, n M " we M i JACK ALLEN GLENDENING ...,......... Salem Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Alpha Sigma Phi Phalanxg Cyclothemg Icarusg House President GJ g Interfraternity Executive Council 13, 41 5 First Lieutenant, University Brigade EDWARD ARNOLD GLENN ............ Clairago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Delta Phi Swimming 12, 33 5 Y.M.C.A. KZ, 31 Butler University fees I NB? sis LESTER OLIVER GLUESENKAMP ...... Sl. Peler Commerce Banking, Finance and Acconniancy Chi Gamma Iota Honors Day Clj Georgia School of Technology HARRY JOHN GOETTEL ...... .. ,Cairo Engineering Electrical Engineering Ibria ,:. 5 , 5 4 X .f H" gi" 2, ' 4 fi. .,,. :.?f , i,.o :t f in ri I A were , . X . , - 7 . - ,, 5, V glQ' ,, 1n,-gm sw, Af? l W .wrrj 3, 'ife 'fiiiffl Me BERNARD JOSEPH GOLAN .... ...Cbirngo Commerce Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Honors Day 125 University of Wisconsin ALVIN Joi-IN GOLD .......... ...Homewood Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi Sachemg Illini Union Committee Q31 Honors Day 12, SJ Thornton Junior College EUGENE BENJAMIN GOLD. . . .. .... Commerce Marketing Pi Lambda Phi Spanish 'Clubg Marketing Club IRA HERBERT GOLDBERG. . . . .. Commerce Arcountrzney Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Inter- collegiate Zionist Federation of America: Freshman Varsity Football Squad I n DBERG ......... ..... C himgo Journalism Advertising Reenah The Daily Illini fl, 21 Herzl Junior College 3 ,, GOLDEN .......... C bimgn of Special Services If eal ag y Cyclothem Club 4 Michigan State .. .SX GWEN GOLDSTEIN ................. Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbalogy Incleco Spanish Clubg The Illio C25 g The Daily Illini 1215 Illini Union Committee Q3, 45g Pro- 'M tion Staff "Skin of Our Teeth", "Male King Lear", "The Sorcerer", FD :a o :s N I o -. D. 0. 'S-I 3' 2 R1 " V1 W- rg W Banu' S00 P252 S52 FH Skull cent: Marketing Club HAROLD DICE GOODWINE ....... Agriculture General Agriculture Granada Club Hoof and Horn Club RICHARD GEORGE GOODZEY ..... Engineering General Engineering Gym Annex Honors Day CU Wright junior College DAVID ALBERT GORDON Paterron N I Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry New York University Lowell Textile Instr tute ROBERT CHARLES GORDON Sz Louis M Division of Special Services General Currzrulunz Sigma Alpha Mu University of Missouri LEO JOSEPH GORENZ JR Peoria Commerce Burinefr Management Acacia Accountancy Club Honors Day fl, 2, 35 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ORVILLE PRIcI-IARD GOSE Agricu 1 Dairy Tech Dairy Technology Club Honors Day C31 GOUL Arts and Sciences Psychology Delta Tau Boardg Torch Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Kappa Delta Psi Chi The Illio fl 2, 33: Assistant Editor Q43 Junior Pror Cornmitteeg Y.W'.CA C1 23 Honors Day Q15 ORvAL HARRY GRABOWSKI La Snli Accountancy Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Y C.A.: A.V.C. La Salle-Peru-Oglesby junior College CARL EDWARD GRAD Pzmburgla P Physical Education Lake Forest College DONALD GEORGE GRAF Marywzlle Ol: Liberal Arts and Sciences Palztzml Sclenre Phi Eta Sigmag Illustrators Honors Day 11, 23 Director Siebert has been a member of the University of Illinois journalism staff since the School was established in 1927. During those twenty years he has achieved recognition in Illinois and the nation as an authority in radio and press law, as a teacher of journalism, and as a practical, foresighted administrator. A native Minnesotan, Professor Siebert re- ceived his B.A. degree from the University of VVisconsin in 1923 and a j.D. degree from the University of Illinois College of Law in 1929. I-Ie received his journalism training on the H ih- hirag Daily News, the Duluth Herald and the Chicago Herald and Examiner. He was associate editor of the Iourraalisrrz Quarterly from 1927 until 1930 and is now a member of the Board of Editors of that publication. Director Siebert is author of Copyreadirzg, published in 1930, and Rights and Privileges of the Press, 1934. . . . QSLAOOZ of ii ...V as ,.ff ,W .,.,,f,m f-We-.:as7Mamma! aawmw-fawawl mmms.vmwf.mxa.qnusviqgvx:sag Dean Frederick Siehert I-Ie has completed one volume of a two volume work on the History of Freedom of the Press, an outgrowth of more than a year's study in Europe under the auspices of the American Newspaper Publishers Association. Director of the School of journalism since 1941, Professor Siebert has served as president of the American Association of Schools and Departments of journalism, Secretary of the Illinois Press Asso- ciation, and chairman of the Council on Radio journalism. I-Ie is chairman of the Law of the Press Committee of the Inland Daily Press Asso- ciation, member of the U. S. VV age and Hour Com- mittee for the Publishing Industry, member of the American Council on Education for journalism, and member of the Illinois Bar. mmm 24144, journalism training at the University of Illinois, developed over a period of 45 years, strives to pro- duce communications Workers who are Stough- minded in the search for truth,'7 who speak plainly in a World of complex ideas, and who have the skill and judgment required for superior accomplish- ment in all fields of communications. The first instruction in journalism at the Univer- sity of Illinois was given in 1902 as part of the courses in English. The training has reached its majority during nearly a half-century of trouble- some and changing years which witnessed two great Wars, saw the development of the airplane, the radio, the automobile, and the atomic bomb. Today journalistic training must be based on a sense of responsibility to the reader, a broad social back- ground, and specialization in the many phases of a technical World. Obligation to the reader keynoted journalism training at Illinois. Since the establishment of the School in 1927 from what had been a division in the department of English, special emphasis has been placed on the ethics of the profession. Only men and Women who feel that theirs is one of the most important and significant jobs in the world today are encouraged to prepare for professional journalistic Work. The Hrst quarters of the School of journalism Were in University Hall Cnow the site of the lllini Union Buildingjg in 1941 the school was moved to specially designed quarters in Gregory Hall. ln addition to its specialized curricula in editorial work and publication management, in recent years the School has developed an outstanding program in radio training and has greatly expanded its offerings for the advertising student. journalism courses at the graduate level were offered for the first time in 1946-1947. The School is administered by Director Frederick S. Siebert, with the assistance of an Ex- ecutive Committee composed of Professors Law- rence VV. Murphy and Charles H. Sandage and Associate Professor Arne Rae. 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C hzcaga al is af 2 if Engineering lSQ31gli,rugr Electriml Engineering if win vnnn fig Eta Kappa Nug Illini Archersg A.I.E.E.g S32 iii? ,Q VI I.R.E.g Electronics Clubg The Illinois Techno- ff 1 S' 12 A . . g3'rgiQ1 g1'2Ph 133, Assistant Editor My iiggig Honors DAY ul ,gs ' University of Chicagog Drew University , ez? iii ,E WW, in H .1 l I - 91:33, . . . ll 5, f- ini , 34 1' A 'S ft A .,,,, ,, M is fs Tala I? el -' il 1 a s, gigxrglp S 1 ,I ew' gg 5 Z l I las E , i figs lla, :Z ii 5 HERBERT GREEN ..,..,,......... Gibran City Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Agricultural Council K3, 41 ' Wrestling Man- ager MJ 5 Tribe of Illini Q45 ' Freshman Var- sity Wrestling Squad' House President 141' Men's Glee Club Q1 2 3 43 Honors Day ill MARION GREEN ............ Brooklyn N. . Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Hoste House Production Staff 'Sorcerer" 'Skin of Our "Beggar on Horseback" Cornell University HERBERT MARTIN GREENBERG New York City N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Men's Residence Hall City College of New York- Syracuse Uni- versity JANICE GREENBERG ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Evans Hall Omega Beta Pig Iota Sigma Pi' Sigma Delta Pi- Spanish Club' A Cappella Choir 15 41 ' Men on a Horse King Lear RICHARD AARON GREENBERG ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cherniftry Pi Lambda Phi The Daily Illini QU BETTE LEE GREENE ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Engliih Reenah House Illini Union 'Committee 12 31' Production ,,,, 4. " Romeo and uliet ' 1,,1,. J . bgwl . EUGENE GRAFTON GREENE ....... Form Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering University of Georgia LAURENCE SPENCER GREENE, J ., Roeherief, N. Y. Commerce Induilrial Adminiriration Theta Chi Alpha Kappa Psig First Regimental Band 12? Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute , , , , , , , , Y . R , , FW gi A '1zyQ:Inr 35 ?'i'fXAiii'1'A t 4 1' ' 'QZWQAM f X r 1 A, .. 1, AJ "rw wg , , , , , . 5? 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Commerce Aroountancy Acacia Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College JOHN Rockford Journalism Arivertixing Phi Eta Delta Sigma, Market- ing Illini Q31 DELMAR EUGENE GRIESER ,....... Champaign Commerce Marketing Granada Club Chi Gamma Iotag Marketing Club Honors Day fl, 21 ALFRED GRIFFIN .................. Eoonrron Fine and Applied Arts Mori: Edumtion Phi Mu Alphag A.V.'C.g Men's Glee Club 41, 2, 41 g University Chorus 12, 3, 43 g WILL 13, 43 Honors Day 133 EDWIN DAVID GRIFFIN ............. Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Beta Theta Pi Omega Beta Pig Varsity Swimming Squad fl, 23 Honors Day 131 ROLAND WHEELOCK GRIFFITH. . .Granite Cily Division of Special Services Pre-Law Freshman Varsity Football Squad JOAN GRIGG ............ Olmrred-Polls, Ohio Education Englirh Kappa Alpha Theta Honors Day 12, 55 Ohio Wesleyan University MARY HILL GRIMMETT .... .Benton Liberal Arts and Dioirion of Gener Pi Beta Phi Illini Union 'Committee f 25 Honors Day 12, 55 LESTER q,5'l?i'3 ............ Brooklyn, N. Y 1' 1---' Commerce , Marketing V' Astoria II g Club- Accountancy Club- House 143 1 University SEYMOUR TOOTSIE GRossMAN ....... Chieogo Commerce Accounlonry Coterie DePaul University JOAN HARVARD GROUT. .. . . . . . . . .Wincherter Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Srienoe Alpha Phi Honors Day 111 Stephens College JAMES WIGFITMAN GURTIZ, Hniner City, Fla. Physical Education Phyriml Ednrolion Kappa Sigma Phi Epsilon Kappa University of Florida -, X ,Q rr R 'U It - E Lv: Ra 1 5. i - it if-3, I -Sis I Q A V W., 'A 'Q l A f ., r Us K ' 411. - Y -A-'aft A+-r ' -it ,Y-,wx :pig -rr-slr? A , t mag -:Q A 2 Y ,gamstg ir,-.w-: v , it A 4 .44-r.-1 ,... 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Sludier Alpha Phi Alpha L Chi Gamma Iota HOHOIS DAY C313 U rsity of Illinois Scholarship Key Wilberforce Universityg - ,diana University -.I BETTY GWINN ............... niwille, Ky. Liberal Arts and Scien s Sociology ' Gamma Phi Beta Torchg The Illio fi, 255 YW. A. qi, zmg Illini Union Committee Q11 MARGARET ANN HAAN. . ........ Decnzzn Liberal Arts .Q iences Alpha XI Delta Alpha Lambda unior Prom Com- mitteeg House Honors Day UD is GLORY VIR JEAN , ........ Chicago Fine Arts Alpha Omicron Pi K Y M ii 5' 3 et GE? Ai" M atb Allah it x 1, R -4 if 47 1 I 4 L1 2' F . , fa ll -J in -gginiefe Ag, Q 5 I2 gh DePauw Universityg Evans EDWARD WILLIAM HAEICHT .... Buffalo, N. Y. Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag A.S.C.E. Honors Day fl, 2, 33 96 MARGARET EVELYN HACKETT ......... Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Indurtfial Derign Alpha Gamma Delta Illustrators fl, 2, 3, 415 Illini Union Com- mittee fl, Zig Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Honors Day Q11 RICHARD AUSTIN HADE ...... ...Prinreton Commerce Indurtrial Adminiylwztion Alpha Phi Omega University of Virginiag DePauw University ---he--....--. A ' ' 'Q M.. ROBERT DEAN HAEIzIcH ........ . .... Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences English Brown Thresh V Teachers in Training Clubg House President MJ g Production Staff, "Squaring the Circle", "Patience" Honors Day fl, 35 XVILLIAM KENNETH HAEEICH. .. ...Berwyn Engineering Mecbuniral Engineering Brown Thresh Phi Eta Sigmag A.S.M.E.g Wesley Founda- i hgh qi, 2, 5, 45 Honors Day C33 9 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key Morton Junior College GEORGE HENRY HAERTEI. ............ Cbimgo Journalism Pnblimlian Management Chi Gamma Iotag The Daily Illini Q11 Wright junior College BEVERLY JEAN HAEERMANN ........ Danforth Liberal Arts and Sciences ,Englirb Bethany House Mask and Baubleg Arepog Production Staff, - " rchester Towers", "Pirates Isrfgwi-1-E,Ri !ez.i5c:1f:T:2f52:391522'.f.'-1'I'.V- sae? -un" fans, L Q' .J marsh-. -. r i--.'af.-e1-- Jswiksl- -rim., -nail- CAROL MONA HAFNER ............ Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Barteriology Palamar House President MJ University of Minnesota JOHN RICHARD HAHN .............. Red Bud Division of Special Services Economirr Alpha Tau Omega Tomahawkg Men's Glee Club fl, 2, 5, 415 Cast, "Rose Marie", "Gondoliers" Honors Day KU 3 h ARTHUR MARTIN HAIRAREDIAN ..,.... Chicago Physical Education Coaching Pershing Rifles Intramural Manager Q2 31 Major University Brigade EARLE DARWIN HALEY JR Chzcago Engineering Mechanical Engzneerzng Annex Hall Men s Glee Club 631 Wright Junior College ANN EARP HALL er Mo san Sciences Bacteriology University of Missouri Ross HALL Chzcago eral Arts and Sciences Englzrh The Il I0 fl 21 President Q41 Man ager Star Course 12 Illini Union Com mittee Q21 Production Skin of Our Teeth Male Animal Romeo and Juliet CATHERINE COMSTOCK HALL LaGffa Journalism Advertzrzng Daily Ill ni 13 41 Lyons Township Junior College ENTON HALL Loganrpoit In E nglneewng appa DUDLEY HALL .......... Highland Park Engineering Elecirical Engineering A.I.E.E.g I.R,E.g Newman 'Club Northwestern University MARGARET PARISH HALL .......... Monmoufh 'Commerce Accountancy Kappa Delta Accountancy Club Monmouth College MARY ELIZABETH HALL .......... Blue Irland Physical Education Phyrical Education Zeta Tau Alpha P.E. Majors' Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Nu- meralsg Major Ig Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet", "Skin of Our Teeth" NANCY BOURNE HALL .............. La Salle ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology Kappa Kappa Gamma La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College RUSSELLIPRICHETT HALL ...., Verraillef, Mo. Commerce Marketing Central College JOHN GUNNARD HALLIN ....... Engineering Mechanical Engineer A.S.M.E. I University of Notre Da ,V Indiana State University H DONALD LPER Urbana Arts and Sciences Phzloxaphy ub Q51 The Daily Illini C1 ental Band K1 2 5 K2 3 41 Production Staff Towers JULIET HALPERN .................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Reenah House President 12, 31 Central Y.M.C.A. RICHARD JOSEPH HALPERN .... ..... C hzcaga Journalism Adoertiring Casto's Castle The Daily Illini CZ, 51, Senior Business Man- ager Q41 Bradley University ANNA MARIE HALPIN .......... Marphyrhora Fine and Applied Arts Archileclare A.I,A.g Newman Club Southern Illinois University 97 . 52 I -- . ,. . 25 1 ARRY DAVIS HALTERMAN .... Vmcwmer, Ind. Division of Special Services gif is. Tau Kappa Epsilon Wfrestling Manager Q21 1 First Regimental woman f ' I if Y 2 f fi if -i I 4 A 53, ESQ 'ilvmiffliii A I3 W2 I A I f ig 51 f A Q i gg,5,,. .,m: .X , J, Q 1 Yi f,:'l'dgzazI .hi M it an 1 f' 5 'Very F A ffrgigjf , an PM ir f at will W' . we . AJP' i ,pa tv It A ties at C QV I 'ea Qs, ?3 +R.. 1 Mi A W' ia ef' 5 it Atl sz o f I me gs: If? X as ia .- . . ,jg I , .c . Skill nf I Journalism Affz'e1'ti.ril1g GERALDINE MAY HAMILTON. .. . . .Demmr E JEAN ELIZABETH HAMILTON ..... wiggle S f Religious Council QZJ QQ? W E M :tv - Commerce M rzrketzn Cagle Hall 2, 5, 43 5 McKinley 3 Student I ALCoLIvI JAMES HAMIY K . . .SL Lonir, Mo. Fine and Arts if Arrbileclurrzl ineering I Kansas University M ii ry A 2 E if Sis: ,J X aaagisdzg , .fag , ,mics V I N, at ski W, I L,a. 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A15 5 5 , A 1 . V T RICHARD LEE HAMMACK. . .55 .... Tfrmiimii M W A A J' , Engineer' I FS in 'lt .. -A 'L . .- Sl 1 General E1 img lgmd Phr Delta 1, . ' f fThe Illinois Technog 4J I, onors Day Q21 'A Qi i iaijib' WE E ? University of No 'olina aaa I 0 . -'fi W .ag e af . 421.1 fig . aa'. ti I te " cgh zi. ai? Q , , fi NEAL OWEN HA Louirrille K J' :fl ,f nit. r... A-. ,fi I mfg. yi ' ' - f - QEZMAS, Fine an ifgiim Ai-is ,. ,. V Egfr 5,4 Ai-f an ya A , ' , 1 . 5 ? i . Sigma chi -I f 5. ff' ' tif, D . . . -:Hz 1 53 1 Purdue Universityg Uni ' , . , ' - 1 agar A2339 sk ill Fontainbleau School of Fine ' 1 if' A 4 Q I ' gas f5't'f'1QSEr'l'k?5?fei2+?Qf52GfsfxiwffiI 3 at i f 2 5 525 .Y ' ef feifaw- gigg, - fj, fyg MARGARET JEAN HAMPTON, ..... . ..,. Mazan ,I 4 -f m' A so 'C h l :fri I . ,ii aitg Liberal Arts and Sciences DlU1J'i0l7 of Grfzeml .Vfizdier 4 H H ' me - it-l 3Qrf'W'-225 Qwiisgywsiifjswsrimeaayiif f ffafigaf A we er . fr imi- , HOHSC President 449: sm cw,-Se, . TOWNS", "Skin of Our Teeth" wt as EFT aa J J Sl-:teh w as WL" -rl: 'Z' 'L v f' t,,a...I ZV, ft A , , , . H -fp-Qi? 5 .fi - z.. ra-Sit . i 4 i..t....A1.,sa,f Yi --. ,- , A ft. .. 1-iwffA.',W. We . A .I 689' - - a i.A,yi,5:,ggi5.?s2i542?it ..A,5:i-of .if as .f 511 ,35 ii? ,I -.. . I i. , ww, I mama ,gfigg -Zawya may A-wa ,fr a f 1, A -. :.. , awww? :Q4?6"ESiJ' g,w,fi 'I mrattwiwg rf W A M exit' 75,A-.LfififZi.fJ'l2Wl'A 'W-'i:X3'1 ." .:'-':.:l:4:'2 :- f f ' M 5935 wvsmwaaawzea A s,t..M.,.wii,1f' was-ti ,g . f,, t g , VE Board of Managersg Production Staff, "Barchester NINA CATHERINE HAMRICK .,.. ...... U rbmm Liberal Arts and Sciences Diririon of General Studies Alpha Pi Deltag W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg University Orchestra fl, 23 JACK ARNET HANCOCK ................ Pm-if Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E.g First Regimental Band fl, 253 Production Staff, "Antony and Cleopatra" '-"u'1'b5 415-I-y.fg:uI'w nxizivezm , .,,. . . :Y:QFW9S55f,a,.ia SAMUEL OsLER HANCOCK .... Wen Journalism Edilorial Sigma Delta Chig The Daily Illini Q35 Southern Illinois University RAWLEY SAMPSON HANDBURY, JR ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences G'e0g1'apby Delta Phi House President MJ RICHARD JAY HANDEL ........... .... C bimgo Division of Special Services Commerce Hillel Foundation DONALD EUGENE HANNABARGER ...... Lmmfk Commerce Indnrlrial Adminirtfation Gustavus Adolphus Collegeg University of Minnesota awaawwwwaar Zn. . Z7,k.,5WA W its Lois CAROLINE HANSELMAN. .. .... Oala Pink Agriculture Home Economics Beta House Wheaton College ELLEN PATRICIA HANSEN .... ...Aillnnlelein Agriculture Home Eronomirf Leeman Lodge Mask and Baubleg Spanish Club Q11 1 Home Economics Club Q45 g Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Male Animal", "King Lear", "Beggar on Horseback", "Pirates of Penzance" THOMAS GEORGE KENNETH HANSEN ...... Champaign - Agriculture Dairy Technology Honors Day f3l MoNS LESLIE HANSEN ...,.,. Glendale, Ariz. Commerce Managenzenl Tau Kappa Epsilon Phalanxg Alpha Kappa Psig Marketing Clubg First Lieutenant, University Brigade North Park Junior College STUART LEE H ivisir of Special Services Co ni ni erce Clark House Marketing Clubg Cast, "The Actual State" Augustana Collegeg Carleton College: Uni- versity of Southern California HENRY BENJAMIN HARDY, JR.. . .. Engineering Engineering Play.-tic,r Witansl1i1'e James Millikin University Delta SIDNEY WAYNE HARL ......... .... L a Salle Commerce Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigma: Accountancy Club Honors Day 12, 31 ALBERT HARNSTROM, JR. ..... . Education Englirla Witansllire House President f3J Honors Day C31 University of Kentucky Engineering 1icnl Engineering HARKER ........ Sf. Chai-lei Engineering al ,Engineering Band K3, 41 JAMES LUTHER HARP, JR. ....... ...Aurora Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Skull and Crescentg Phi Kappa Phig Sigma Taug Pi Tau Sigmag Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day fl, 2, 35 L U Of Illinois JOHN RAYMOND HARPSTER, JR ...... ...Olney Journalism Edirol-ial Howard College PETER JOSEPH HARRINGTON .......... Arcola Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Deiign Phi Eta Sigmag Tribe of Illinig Varsity Gym- nastics Squad t3, 45, Letter Q31 Honors Day 11, ZJ ALEXANDER HARRIS ....... .. .Macomb Agriculture General Agric Agriculture Clubg Agri Economics Club , Honors Day Cl, 33 Baylor University, niv of Tennessee ALICE V ' 'i ARRIS ....,........... Chicago iberal Arts and Sciences PJycl:ology House Union Committee 11, 335 Production Towers" Northwestern University JACK ARMSTRONG HARRIS ...... Ear: Si. Loair Journalism Adnertiring Sigma Chi Pierrotsg The Daily Illini fllg Cast, "Dr. Faustus", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Joan of Lorraine" United States Merchant Marine Academy LEONARD BRYAN HARRIS ...... ..., C birago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Tau Delta Phi MARJORIE MAY HARRIS ........ LaPor1e, Ind. Physical Education Playrical Education SheSield Lodge Physical Education Majors' Club fl, 2, 3, 41 g W.A.A.: W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I 99 "The Male Animal", "Barchester Dean Albert Harno, Dean of the College of Law of the University of Illinois since 1922, was born in Holabird, South Dakota, January 30, 1889. He spent his boyhood in South Dakota and was graduated from Dakota Wesleyan Uni- versity in 1911. He received his law degree, magvzaz cum laude, from Yale Law School in 1914. He was admitted to the practice of law in California and practiced there from 1914 to 1917. In 1917 he was appointed Dean of the Law School at Washburn College and remained in that position until 1919. Between 1919 and 1921 he was Professor of Law at the University of Kansas. In 1921 he came to the University of Illinois as a Professor of Law, and in 1922 was named Dean. He also served as Provost of the University from 1931 to 1944. He is the author of monographs and articles on legal subjects. COME 6 05 l Dean Albert Harno Dean Harno has held national offices in organiza- tions of lawyers and law teachers and at present is President of the National Conference of Commis- sioners on Uniform State Laws, member of the Council on the American Bar Association's Survey of the Legal Profession, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the American judicature Society, member of the Advisory Board of the Division for Youth and Community Service, State of Illinois, and member of the Advisory Committee on Re- vision of the Statutes, State of Illinois. He holds honorary degrees from Dakota Wesleyan Univer- sity, Tulane University, and Boston University, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, the Drder of the Coif, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. QW 0 O 0 We live in a period when thinking people are reappraising the premises underlying the concepts of ufreedomu and 'Ldemocracyf' lt is well that they are, for in the clash of ideologies of our time, there is a tendency to lose sight of the values that are implicit in the concepts of freedom, democracy and justice. Democracy is founded in justice and freedom is rooted in law. Liberty and justice com- plement each other, neither can exist without the other and both find expression in law. The law does not operate in isolation, it is in- separably woven into the social fabric. Only through the processes of law can we in a free so- ciety adequately co-ordinate the various phases of life into a system that speaks with authority. Not only must we in a free society be governed by law, but it is equally essential that its function and purpose in relation to that society be understood by its members. As architects of the law, it is the R responsibility of lawyers not only to act as advo- cates. judges and statesmen of the law, but also to educate the public on the contents and ends of the law, on its propitious qualities, and on its very es- sentiality to each individual in that society. The College of Law seeks to develop in its stu- dents an appreciation of the highest ideals of the profession, a facility in legal scholarship, and a con- sciousness of the responsibility of the lawyer to society. lt takes pride in the contribution it has made, through its faculty and graduates, to the de- velopment of law and its administration. The College was established in 1897, under the guidance of Dr. Andrew Sloan Draper, President of the University and Hrst Dean of the College, and the Honorable john P. Altgeld, Governor of llli- nois. The building that houses the College is named Altgeld Hall in honor of Governor Altgeld and in memory of his interest in the College. Altgeld Hall ma Kappa We HARRISON .................. Colrbei-in Liberal Arts and Sciences Clinical Psychology stern Illinois State Teachers' College LD LEON HART ...... . . . .. .... Cenrralia Division of Special Services Sociology Daily Illini CZ, 3, 43 nois College HART. . .... ,.... . ..... ' Commerce b Marketing and Mana aiketing Club Southern Illinois Universi S I ln HN THOMAS HART, .' ,QE .......... Ponziar Fine and A?fgl?rld Arts A1'rbi1!ilEQ5'. le naar . 5 .5 lqgalgl l r MONA LEE HART ...... . ..... lqi., .... Ban-9 Liberal Arts and Scienc s Divirion of General Stu, .r Petite Maison , anish Club C3, 41 ' LZ? ' ELVIN MANUEL HART , aL ....... Cbicago L b 1 A r Z1 i era r ciences Ch l? at "Across the iff? Tomorrow Morn- g gi ' 'sEi'5izi1:x2" rs . . CHARD MARSHALL hi ...... Chicago w ,.k!,::r4if5fQi5a .Z 'se A ero n ami cal E n A ' v'-' Wilson junior -Collegeg University of Wis- nsmg Massachusetts Institute of Technology ORTON HARTMAN ................ Clair-ago Fine and Applied Arts Arcbitecjnral .Engineering A I A.g Pershing Riilesg Second Lieutenant, nxversity Brigade Central Y.M.C.A. College ROMA MAXINE HARTMAN ........,.. Milford Commerce Teacher' Training in Commerce Stonehaven Gamma Delta: Marketing Club QS, 41g Ger- man Club Q41 Honors Day Q33 ANN HARTSHORN ..... ..... . ......... U tim Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Busey Hall lub f2Jg Cyclothem Club C3, 41g Staff, "Beggar on Horse- FRANKLIN MACVEAGH HARTZELL .... Cm-zbage Commerce Commerce and Law Delta Kappa Epsilon Phalanx WALTER GRANTHAM HARTZELL ..... Evanfion Agriculture General Ag1'ieult1n'e Gym Annex GERALD JOHN HASBARGEN .......... Kankakee Physical Education Physical Education Delta Theta Epsilon EARL ALBERT HASEMEYER ..... .. .Charter Engineering Metallurgical Engineering German Club: M.I.S.g Concert Band Cljg GILDA MARIE HAsEMEYER .......... Yorkville Commerce Marketing and Management Welslm House Phi Chi Thetag Marketing Club ARTHUR AUGUSTINE HASH .... .... S treaior Commerce Marketing and Managemenl Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club University of Missouri 5 .alt Q ffl ROBERT CLARENCE HASLER .... .... C himgn Commerce Management Catholic University of America JOHN MARION HAUCK ....... Sl. Loair, Ma. Engineering General Engineering Phi Delta Theta Varsity Football Squad 415 Westminster Collegeg Iowa State College OUI: HAUTER ........... Marian Liberal Arts and Sciences Soriology Lowell Hall W.A.A. HAVEN ........,, Graniie City k ' - gricultuie Nnzrition Busey Hall ,lv Phi Upsiioa sigma Pig Illini Union Committee il, 23 i"' Honors Day 11, 21 DANIEL WOLF HAvENs .......... Liberal Arts and Sciences Chenziral Engineering Chi Gamma lotag A.I.Ch.E.g Tribe of Illinig Varsity Fencing Squad Q21 g University Chorus Junior College FARIE .Wherzlorl and Applied Arts Training in Art e Hall EDWARD HAWKER ....,...... .... L ada Agriculture General Agriculture Theta Kappa Phi Agriculture 'Clubg Newman Clubg Agricultural Education Club Purdue University OREN CORNELIUS HAWSE ............ Batavia Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Phyrirs Honors Day flj MARJORIE HAWTHORNE .......... Galerharg Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Corrertion Alpha Chi Omega Zeta Phi Etag The Illio 1213 Illini Union Committee C215 Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Barchester "Romeo and HONVARD MYERS HAYS ................ Alton Division of Special Services Barleriolagy Blackburn College WALTER DEAN HAYs .....,.......... Demtzzr Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Mu Alpha Honors Day C33 3 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key James Millikin University JULIA ELEANOR HAZZARD.. .Cenfralia Liberal Arts and Histor Presbyterian Hall , McKinley Foundation r Centralia Townshi junior College HEAD .,.............. Decalnr Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Hall Day 63 james Millikin University MARVIN HECHT ..,................. Peoria Division of Special Services General Currirnliim 5 Sigma Alpha Mu Wasliington University HAROLD MURRAY HECKER .... Brooklyn, N. Y Engineering Sanitary Engineering Chi Epsilong Mu-Sang A.S.C.E.g Baseball Manager Q21 -- Brooklyn College STANLEY DOUGLAS HEDEN ...... Ogema, Wi: Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Barton House A.I.Ch.E. University of Minnesota 102 few? Ri A , W with-A sei 11,MwiHJi -4 W .fi gr? 'aj f ,X1 X A23 ,1 X 11? , 5 W i i 1 , tie l XA- 1a as :renova 1, if 5 fait I. ,ai X Egg? Q K if .E I Xi X s X 'Q Ali' i ,, 'R i , Xia li? 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Engineerin Mechanical En ' Lincoln Collegeg Minnesota: . . 1 . james Millikin LESLIE ELMER HEIDE ..... fbfiiijgf g 'ner Lundgren House Indiana State Teache Coll ' .SL Lonir, Mo. eing ege f it-3 X fy W E A N vfsfi ,Et X AX V 3 " ff V f gg eff 1 f .5 ,X 9 ' 2 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ir if f Y 2 'ififlilt .Xe Q 952252 139 eg, Y 35,3315 ima ea if rr wi if ri FW X in . A I its lille A ,X RUTH HELEN HEILERONNER. .Q . .... Chicago X Commerce Marketing Evans Hall Marketing Clubg Accountancy 5 'Clubg French Clubg Production Staff, "Begiar On Horse- back" 55 Honors Day ill 1' if A i a DONOVAN RALPH H- 1 . 1 . UWA, En mg Wesmen ' i f . . . .Argcnln Aeronagxil ngineoaing A A.S.A.E.g I.A.S 's one L , Club fl, 2, 31 BARBARA RUTH .......... A1-genm I 9 - 4 1' -.A h Liberal A k :i' ixs S?k5 nces GMWQ 'FAN Welsh House German Clubg House President 15 3 Illini Union Committee fl, 255 Production Staff, "Three Men On A Horse" Honors Day fl, 2, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key JOANN HEJDA .......,.........1.. Coal Cixy Liberal Arts and Sciences Dirfirion of G'ene1'nl Srlzdier Delta Zeta The Daily Illini 117 104 HERBERT REES HEKI 1......... Neufion, Iowa Journalism Adrfertiring University of Iowa HAROLD CLARENCE HELD ..... ...Raymond Engineering Eleclrical Engineering Pershing Riilesg Eta Kappa Nu Day Q31 3 University of Illinois ware g Princeton Univer- -'-fm-A1 -i-' U -. I.II.I.IAN ROSE HELEAND .,...... . .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclaology Laurel House Psi Chig House President 13, 43 g Illini Union Committee KS, 41g Production Staff, "Blithe Spirit", "King Lear" AMY RosE HELTZEL ................., Elgin Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Beta House Carthage College JOHN CHARLES HENEERGER ....... Chillicothe Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Skull and Crescentg A.S.C.E. Bradley University GEORGE LESLIE HENDERSON.. .NiJrwa, Minn. Physical Education Phyrical Education Phi Epsilon Kappa 3 eg E Em' BJ 'wr CARI. PHILLIP HENDRrcKsoN 1... .. .Joliet Engineering Mechanical Engineering 'Triangle A.S.M.E.g Pi Mu Epsilon Joliet junior College IIAROLIJ GILEORD HENNEGAR, JR., Marlinwille, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Philoropliy Alpha Kappa Lambda Gnrgoyleg House President G15 Philosophy Club I5, 415 Interfraternity Council G15 Production Staff, "Seventh Heaven", "Car- men", "Holiday" Honors Day Q11 THOMAS WILLARD HENNESSEY, Lawrenceville Division of Special Services Prycholagy Phi Sigma Kappa Illinois Institute of Technolo8YZ University of Notre Dame: Naval Pacific Universityg Vincennes University RAY DAVID HENSON .......... Iahnrtan City Law Law Clark House Phi Delta Phig Junior Bar Association Honors Day fly Denison Universityg Harvard University .Mt. Olive Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Phi Mu Production Staff, "Doctor Faustus", "Every- man", "Antony and Cleopatra" Lindenwood College HE PP ................ M o una'.r Engineering Engineering Delta A I E E DePauw Ixus ANNE HERBRIG. .. ............ . Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Wi as HERLEMAN ....... Quincy Commerce Marketing Tomahawkg Phi Eta Sigmag Council 3 Student Pershing The lllio fl, 25, Illini fl, Zig Interfraternity Ex- C43 Day Cl, 2, 35 5 University of Illinois Key BETTY ANNE HERMAN ....,......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh Busey Hall Spanish Clubg Sigma Delta Pi JUNE KAY HERMAN ...,........... Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg French Club: Illini Union Committee Q3, 43 Honors Day KZ, 39 XVashington University STANLEY HERMAN ......... Indianapalir, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Sigma Alpha Mu House President Q45 Purdue Universityg Miami University DONALD FRED HERMANN ............ Chicago journalism Editorial and Management Weight Lifting Clubg Gamma Deltag The Daily Illini fzjg Y.M.C.A. Wilson Junior College RAYMOND PAUL HERNACKI. .. .. .Chicago Commerce Management Annex Hall Weight Lifting Clubg French Clubg Illini Union Committee Q33 Wilson junior College LAXVRENCE HERSH ........ onherr, N. Y. Division of Spec Indurtrial Art! Men's Residence Hall Alpha Phi Omegag Pe hi Rifles, Freshman Varsity Fencing Squ ' PH HESS. .New Brunswick Engineering Mechanical .Engineering e Hall Honors Day fll ERNEST HEUER ............. . .. Commerce Accountancy Alpha Rho Chi Accountancy Clubg Alpha Phi Omegag man Clubg Varsity 150 Pound Football 1415 Interfraternity Executive Council C2 First Regimental Band Cl, 215 Illini Committee C255 Production Staff, "The Animal" St. Mary's University of San Antoniog Illi- nois Institute of Technology WARREN HAROLD HEWES ....... Bergen, N. Y. Commerce Perronnel Management First Regimental Band ill JANET ELIZABETH HICKMAN ...... Agriculture Foorlr ana' Nutrition Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Pi Deltag Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club Q2 Honors Day fl, 21 ' I E 2 ,Q 'es M 55 'Q 3 , 4 is I rig , 'lifi w of In str A I f In - 1- I 3- I Ev i EEE ROBERT EUGENE HICIQS ....... ., ,Collmrmlla I 5 any Il, ffl' Commerce -Ra ya : . :r Aas,:-fm r -:a 2' pal gm If ilw fa fl ff.. I 4525: 'il M41-keiiyyg l l l iitell ' li Mafkermg Club W.- ,I s if :ASQ gras 5 rise 'l 'rig I lla? X2 'fe -I -.J 'f S ikh ff 'l l 5 4331 517 '-3 "' 5 , , A . 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SAW' 'I S5 22 Mis WILLIAM AsA HOFFMAN JR Cblmgo Lrberal Arts and Scrences Zoology JAMES DONALD HOGAN Waukegan Engrneerrng Electrical Engineering Alpha Chr Rho Tau Beta PI Phr Eta Srgma, Srgma Tau Eta Kappa Nu A I E E , Star Course, Board of Managers Q21 , A rf Arai '1 'C-bs rl AS- lx 1, T 3 I' Q,f'ffsv11S,ksiS,:r A 5 . , . Q . . I ' , . , ..... . . .La ' I' """ ,-asia ':MI?a."Eg1-13555513 "5 ' ::'?:'lZ'E:f:: Ellibzii-J 4117" " "'gf'351-:S-'S:5i?i:.:: :,, r ,XE E.. ..,. 5 11 'rzfggi , 4 Q . Pi 0 ' ,-. EIZ , , , I , Il i . . . . fi - g ' '- , V 0 ' .,......... . asf . ,, !Ivsw'xfA,,,I:,t new rf if V ffWwIii1fI?Wry1 'Q :Wd1,fe'e,f'l?Af?+M5"f12:w5?12 I I: K Honors Day CI, 2, 3D , University of Illrnors yWIgE,l,I5erfsigrggyrrrrrkgyafew, WI, Aiwa yIV,fI54ygf5 , -I O6 Sthohr-ship Key , Bronze Tablet , I K ibyWYWEVIffzlfJl:i5i'l'i?5fi?Il5f'5s y. , -If,,w,If,1,ff4:,r?riIAm5,.Ws2 192-wwzz, W0 afrefw-wr me I , ffwf flfaaialfrzmazm RICHARD EUGENE HOGAN .........,.. Der-4,111 Liberal Arts and Sciences History Alpha Sigma Phi Pershing Rilies ' Interfraternity Executive Coun- ' 5 Michigan College of Mines and Technology Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Chi Gamma Iota' Omega Beta P': Honors Day C35 Herzl junior College OKE ............. Journalism Adlwtifing Men's Residence Hall ....AnblHI1 cil Q , 45 LEONARD HOIT .................... Cbimgn , I Alpha Delta Sigmag Marketing Honors Day tial University of Oregon Y HOLFORD. Agriculture Club .... . . , .Quincy Agriculture Pershing Rifles Club: Agri- culture Clubi Stu Religiouf Councilg Lutheran Student JAMES CLIVE HOLLAND .,... ,Pift.rbmg, Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Kansas State Teachers' College .....ClJiz'f1g0 Arts Art Busey The tl, Sl: Illini Union Com- mittee tion Staff, "Squaring the HAROLD RAY HOLLOWAY ...... . . .Sfockrou Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.g I.R.E.g Electronics Club Northern Illinois State Teachers' College LILA ELAINE HOLMES ..........., Clmmpizign Education Speech University Baptist Church Student Council Q37 MARTHA ELLEN HOLMES ............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences ilflntbematicr Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torchg Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag Co-Manager, Star Courseg Mask and Baubleg Star Course, Board of 3, 49 g oduction Day fl, 2, 35 5 University Scholarship Key ISABELL HELEN HOLMGREN .......... Clairaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemixiry Evans Hall DOROTHY TAYLOR HOMER ..,.. .. .Wffzirekfz Education Mnric Stratford House Women's Glee Club CSM University Chorus I45 Illinois Wesleyan University JAMES LOIE HONNOLD ..... .Kanmr Liberal Arts and Chemical Eng Tara Hall Pershing Rillesg A First Regimental Band Q15 Honors Day CZ, 51 of Illinoi Scholarship Keyg Tablet University of HOOPER, JR. .... Liz Grange Arts and Sciences Mnflyematicr Township junior Collegeg Wabaslr ALBERT ARTHUR HOOVER ..,........ Evanston Fine and Applied Arts Arclsilecinre Lambda Chi Alpha Gargoyleg House President Mig Interfral nity Executive Council Q41 Denver Universityg University of Michigan RICHARD LOUIS HOOVER ....,...,,.. Clnicnga Division of Special Services Marketing Kappa Sigma Marketing Club University of Wisconsin MARILYN VIRGINIA HOPKINS ........ Gardner Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemirtry The dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is Henning Larsen, who also serves as head of the Department of English. Son of Nor- wegian immigrant parents, he grew up bilingual - a product of the American melting pot. His father, an alumnus of the University of Oslo, was the first president of Luther College, an institu- tion organized in civil war days by Norwegian immigrants. His own education was gained at Luther College, the State University of Iowa, the University of Oslo, and Princeton University. As a teacher he has served at the University of Iowa, the University of Texas, and the University of Illinois, besides holding summer appointments at the University of Chicago, Stanford University, the University of North Carolina, and North- western University. In college days his main hobby was athletics, with tennis and basketball dividing his interest. Coffee 5 --v-- W - -g -- 1,-I f, -1 Q: ' ff-Wfevmxxtzxsmwwesawefmare.W :.:s',s-e. my Wert.: Dean Henning Larsen During student days in Norway, he turned to skiing. Next in his interests came Old Norse and Old English literature, which eventually became his professional field and his main area of research. His academic work was twice broken by war. In 1917, after completing the work in the Hrst officers' training camp, he was commissioned a lieu- tenant in the infantry. After services with the 33rd and 76th Divisions, he was transferred to military intelligence and stationed at the legation in Uslo, Norway. In 1944, he served a tour of duty in the Oflice of Strategic Services. Jfifemf Glzia wwf cgcieacea Liberal Arts and Sciences is the largest and most complex college on the campus. It serves, or tries to serve, a great many purposes. It is the bearer of the old tradition of liberal education cared for in the General Curriculum of the Division of General Studies - the former leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. The Uni- versity of Illinois has never been Without a College of Liberal Arts and Sciences since it opened on March 2, 1868. The College functions as a service unit for other colleges offering fixed curricula in preparation for medicine, law, journalism, den- tistry, and giving basic training in English, foreign languages, science and social science prescribed as all university or special college requirements. ln cooperation with the College of Medicine it offers a professional course in occupational therapy leading to a degree in the College of Medicine. Special curricula lead to professional degrees in Chemistry and in Chemical Engineering. Fourteen special cur- ricula lead to Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sci- ence degrees in the teaching of specific subjects. The college offers these approaches to various pro- fessional schools and colleges With the purpose of aiding the student in orienting himself both in his profession and in the increasingly complicated ex- periences Which confound today's college graduate. It is still the largest of the colleges on campus, l10t only in the number of students, but also in the size of its faculty. There are approximately 800 members on the faculty and 5,000 students enrolled in the college. The administration is in the hands of a dean, an associate dean, and three assistant deans. These oH'i- cers are the intermediaries between the faculty and Provost and President, on the one hand, and be- tween the faculty and the students on the other. The assistant deans give their time almost exclu- sively to counseling students on scholastic and edu- cational problems. Lincoln Hall journalism Editorial HARIFS FRANKLIN HOPP .......... Rorkfoi-if Division of Special Services Iolzrnalirm Sachem Homecoming Pep Rally U, 45: Illini Union Committee f2, EVFRETT GEORGE HOPSON. ., unior Bar Association Phi Springneld Junior College fl-i ri , 2? tiff? 135 fl.. V 3, 41: Cast, Spriilgjiolzl Alpha Delta . .AH .1 elf, In lv! 5 of i 2' V ri if . X xxx? ,qmhgga ,I . ' any an .1 yall! 'ffl i' XA "" 119 fi Q., I i'l :alt 3 . Egg, ggi, iff , Fu Ia' fri If X 'I3 sf S '25 Qi if I , W ,... E u 6 J-Kip!! Marlo ' Phi Eta Sigma Mtg Cbimgo DONALD DAVID HORNBECK .... 1 oerzix, A1-iz. Liberal Arts and Scie res i or in ia 1 K , . Q i 3 We lx i S Chemical Engifzeerin w Kansas City Junior College Indurlmzl 151111 rx Y PIII Eta Sigma emi' resident A I Ch E The Illinois Technog aph 141 Z I L9 235 af' PHILIP MACDONAL . .F Division of sfsawm fg- P to Theta Delta chi , ........ Danville t io zz 45 J nirpolf, N,Y. Ce S ARTHUR VINCENT HOUGHTON ........ Urlmrm Engineering Gefzeml Ei'lgI7l!?:?I'llIg A S M E Illini Union Committee ll, 23 ARTHUR FRANKLIN HOWARD .... .... D zmdee Agriculture Dairy Hlzrbmzdry Alpha Gamma Rho Illini Blackburn Clubg Agriculture Cluhg Dairy Production Clubg The Illinois Agri- culturist Url, Business Manager 141 Blackburn College BETTY JOAN HOWARD .......,..... Fai:-mmm! Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirla Petite Maison University Chorus Q45 mf-ge: J 1 -lfvzssfer me , -I-,.:+..5: . 'xr I' Thi, 4 REID HOWE ...,.,.......... ..,0r1k Pm Engineering General Efzgineering Phi Kappa Psi Canterbury Club JAMES GAY HOWELL ........ ...Woodwork Engineering Civil Engineering DONALD PAUL HOYT ......... Cherokee, Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences .Matloemntirr Chi Psi Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilong Interfraternity Council Q25 Honors Day HJ FRANK BENSON HUBBARD .... .... C lvimgo Engineering Meflmninzl Engineering A . S. M.E. Oregon State College .. " ' 'nfl Wstiiila V if? f - fr ,Z NELSON HARLION HUBBARD ...... Wood River Engineering Cizfil Engineering Tara Hall A.S,C.E. MURIEI. RUTH HUBER ............., Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alolbenzfzlicf Leinad Manor Honors Day Q35 Morgan Park Junior College ALEX JOHN HUBMANN .............. Cbicirgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Colonial Manor Northwestern Universityg Wright Junior College MARJORIE INEZ HUDDLESTON .,.. Mi. Sterling Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology - Locke Manor House President C55 VIRGINIA LEE HUD ,. -' S and 1 V Dizirion of General Slndier Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Lambda Delta' Freshman Council: Freshman Frolic Committeeg Pan-Hellenic Executive Council K3 41 ' Illini Union Com- Managers C21 Honors Day fl 2, 35 ' University of Illinois Scholarship Key 4 rss EDGAR HUDSON. . . ..... .... C enimlin L Commerce ' ' Mnrkeling mittee il, 2, 515 'Star, Course, Board of JOHN VUILLIAM HUDSON .... Bluefield Division of Special Services Ecanomicr University of Miami DARELL HUEBNER ....... Villa Pink Arts and Sciences nl Engineering Honors 3 University of Illinois Schol- arship EILFEN JOSEPHINE HUEBNER ...,...... Allan Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Chi Omega MacMurray College Rm MOND LEROY HUEHOLT, Burlington. Iozm Fine and Applied Arts Arcbilertilre MARJORIE ELorsE HUFE ,..... .... B luforcl Commerce Teacher Training in Commerce Marketing Club: Accountancy Club ROBERT Louis HUFF ........... Niler, Fine and Applied Arts Lczndrcape Aecbitecmre Sigma Nu Skull and Crescentg Scarabg Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad FRANK CARLETON HUFEMAN, JR.. . .Wilmezze Fine and Applied Arts Arclaiteclzlre Chi Psi Northwestern University RICHARD EARLE HULET ...,... Division of Special Perronnel Mana, Second Regimental Band g Second Lieu- tenant, University Brigad JOYCE Arts and Sciences Speech Delta Alpha Lambda , Arepog Psi Chig . 29: tony and "Dr. Faustus , Honors Day Cl, 2, 5 of Illinois Scholarship Key FLORENCE ELIZABETH HULLA ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbernirlry Wor11en's Annex CHARLES FRANK HUMMEL ..... Pizlrlzurgla, Pez Engineering Electrical Engineering Gym Annex I.R.E.g A.I.E.E. Harvard Universityg Carnegie Institute TechnologYJ University of Minnesota HARLAN EUGENE HUMMEL ......... Division of Special Services Commerce Princeton University LoNzo LINN HUNTER Urbana Wabash College Northwestern University ARLES WILLIAM I-IURTER Oak Park Princeton University Rutgers University 4 1 f' f MER GEORGE Huss JR 1 wg a . ,, sf si in iii' riff H, arket- I Jw Squad 3 Varsity m American rdrlozun Alpha fl, 2, s Schol- Pontiac Chicago linr fl? 3 Council g Generea MES ROBERT HUTCHINSON Genereg a grrcu ture C u Freshman 'AW ,QA f '13 :'fWl?a,s,r1w:4:eLi:,i KEITH EUGENE HUTSON .... .. .Monticello Law Law Delta Sigma Phi Ma-Wan-Dag Student Senate C4Jg Senior Intramural Managerg Phi Alpha Deltag The Illio i2, aug Intramural Manager 12, 33: Tribe of Illinig Athletic Council f4Jg Illini Union Committee KZ, 51 james Millikin Collegeg University of North Carolinag University of Pennsylvania ADAM RICHARD HYDZIK ............. Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Arclaiteclural Engineering A,I.A. if We -- :111.e.rmaf.5.., ' xg """2-TT" ..-, NIARJORIE VIRGINIA HYER ..... ..,Quincy Education Englirla Literature Chi Omega Production Staff, "joan of Lorraine", "An- tony and Cleopatra Culver-Stockton College EI.EANoR JEAN ICENOGLE ............ Toledo Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculiure 4-H House , Torchg Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Eco- nomics 'Club fl, 2, 5, 415 W.G.S. Executive Council fz, sy, vice-President 4415 Wes- ley Foundation 11, 2, 3, 41 JAMES INGRISH .,............... Der Plainer Commerce Marketing Mull Manor University of Chicago' University of Flor- iclag Biarritz American University ' ROBERT HUGH INMAN ............. Coal Cify Engineering Civil Engineering Honors Day GP ROGER INMAN .................... Coal Cizy Physical Education Pbyfical Education Honors Day GJ GLEN IRWIN ....,.....,.. Lang Beach, Calif. Division of Special Services Accountancy Club Topper Annex House President KZJ Branch Agriculture College -Q, 1. U 5 ., f fi ii it Ii 5. i s 'Mix I wi ix ii i , . 1, 9114 ta if diff E ilk! mi,Qia,xfi,iL'55iiiifn f :-.i,,1.,'.1:Sf.- i f,3f,,-aeewifef I,-fa-5.2-,ii J! f-I 1-we 1 f ,gt,2.:::-no:,'5"qe i c. : gli W- ii ,, it 'itat 1 if! 4 l Wir j3h1,'il It ' 'li-991314 ' Q I 1,44 1 vi-Rtyyvm Xl'i,,p, 0 ,.,, .,,, . . ,,., SACHIKO JANET IsI-III-IAEA ........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Sheiield Lodge Torchg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig House President 12, 33 Honors Day Q33 DONALD EI.I.sWoRTI-I IvERsoN, Mount Horeb, Wir. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Honors Day C15 University of Wisconsin .Franklin Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Alpha Delta Pi Production Staff 'The Skin of Our Teeth' The Male Animal' . Alexandria, Egypt 'Commerce House President C DAVID MUNRO JACKSON .......... Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtory Alpha Kappa Lambda hi Eta Sigmag Phi Beta Kappag The Illio Day fl 2 31 University of Illinois Key HERBERT JACKSON ...... Champaign of Special Services Economic: Psi HARRY JACOBS ............. .... P eoria Commerce Accountancy 'Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psig Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day fl, 2, 53 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key JEANETTE RUTH JACOBS ........ West Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Palamar House A.I.A.g Star Course, Board of Managers Q23 SUZANNE RUTH JACOBS ....... .... C bicago Journalism Editorial Phi Sigma Sigma N Mask and Baubleg Y.W.'C.A.g The Daily Illini fljg Cast, "Beggar on Horseback", "Alcestis", "Seven Women", "Affairs of Anatol" 5 Production Sta-Q, " o of Lorraine" I ',,,,- ZH v- 1:.i '1" ,--: 'i-, ,-:'1:, pf-zj. nvtmg , WILLARD GEORGE JACOBS .... Roclserter, N. Y. Q"f'jwLM Engineering N"iW LQ Metallurgical Engineering iii JOHN JACOBSEN .......... .... M attoon A T X Law H 5 Sigma Alpha Epsilon I Ni Phi Delta Phig The Illio fu gr LAWRENCE EDWARD JACOBSON . .... Belvidere Division of Special , vices Commerce ' Northwestern Universit, University of Louisville I GEORGE ORTH JABGER ......... .Peoria Engineering Cioil Engineering LINDA LEE JAEGER ............... Springheld Commerce Marketing The Mansion MacMurray 'Collegeg University of cnnsin JACK ALLEN JAFFE .......... ..... C bicago Journalism Advertising Phi Epsilon Pi Alpha Delta Sigmag Cast, "Waiting for Lefty" Honors Day fl, 2, SJ QQ SANFORD IRWIN JAEEE ....... ..... C laicago Commerce Management Sigma Alpha Mu Tribe of Illinig Varsity Tennis Squad C11 - af 225 alf a ,. ls? . --,m l 3' AE , , 1. , I-rARI.Es JANSEN, JR. ....... .. . .... Urbana ,li at I f Eittigl. 52 . I ,w s f il fs I 2 Al l l 5 a,a ii I J, ,E - -l ll I i al riarii l lgii iii 5 5 1 s ,, 5 il l , . A llgglili ll M y U h I s g l,,,,f rw l' " ,,3 gg! .I l l'f 1 ill I nag I il Nagy, 133, 'pillars ' ills? 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I-lbefal A115 an .,,. . 9,4 Englzrly l l li i 5 Busey Hall ,Honors Day 12, 33 'Cottey Junior College SAMUEL SMITH JEFFERIES, JR., Little Rock, Ark. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.g The Illinois Technograph 14D Little Rock Junior College 114 is a if ' af E1 5 'll l if . a225f'. ':-few' L - ,ws Y gl., ,gllllfl .MW 1. i? ...M fm- :L C352 . .. W . mm MARTHA LUCIEN JELLIFFE ........ Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences French Chi Omega GREGORY GEORGE JEMSEK, JR.. .Wert Chicago Commerce Management Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Golf Squad Stanford University EDWIN KEITH JENSEN .......... Amer, Iowa Engineering Ceramic Engineering A.C.S. Iowa State College KENNETH EUGENE JENSEN ....., .... M oline Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi A.S.C.E. Western Michigan College JoI-IN ADOLPI-I JERUSIS ........... Waukegan Physical Education Plrfyrical Education Freshman Football Squadg Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad JACK BERNARD JOELSON ........ Bronx, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirl: Spanish Clubg The Daily Illini 11, 2, 31 ,E-,, Lt , Wi ,iv , QM Y 5 - ,, -'azi-aff.-a.l,, MARGARET LUCILLE Joi-IN .... Hartford, Conn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Journalism Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Deltag Mask and Baubleg Arepog Spanish Clubg The Illio 12, 41g The Daily Illini 12, 41g Production Staff, "Male Animal", "King Lear", "Al- cestis", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Joan of Lorraine" Honors Day 115 Joi-IN JOHNSEN ............ Brooklyn, N. Y. Commerce Marketing Phi Kappa Sigma Marketing Clubg Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Day 123 College of the City of New York ei fi ALICE BERT!-IA JOHNSON ...... ..., R abinmn Commerce Marketing Gamma Phi Beta Phi Chi Thetag Star Course, Board of Man- agers Q21g Illini Union Committee Q11 Honors Day Q1, 21 ANITA I1IAY JOHNSON ................ Aledo Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Hilcrest Alpha Lambda Deltag House President Q2, 31 Honors Day Q11 1 a fwmmfl at f HNSON .... ...Champaign ' 'V Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. DePauw University: Cornell University 5a:,i,g-as ,,.. LESTER JOHNSON ............ Ellery Arts and Sciences nel M a na g em e nl Barton House President Chillicothe Busines 'W Li DONALD SQUIRES JOHNSON ......... Era Real Ertate Apprairer ' Psi Upsilon Freshman Golf Squad University of Wisconsin DOROTHY JOHNSON ..... .... C bimgo Journalism Advertiiing Univer g Isconsm .,.-Me! s f Y dana 71 mfr 'Elf L rt.,5i . 311.26-s5":-' : rf 2 f 3415, la Agfa 5 I iv C 9 ii i f A i g L 1- rig, I k. Q i F ri 1 3 is is 5 if vfnzif- ' EUGENE GUNNARD JOHNSON ........ Clairagn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sorial Science! Tau Kappa Epsilon The Daily Illini Q11 g Chairman, Illini Town Meetingg First Regimental Band Q1, 21 g Illini Union Council Q3, 41 3 Illini Union 'Committee Q1, 215 Debate Team Q41 FRANK EDWARD JOHNSON, JR. ....... Cbiraga Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbenzirtry Canterbury House Varsity Tennis Squad Q31g WILL Q3, 41 Wright Junior College Division of Special Services HOWARD LOUIS JOHNSON .......... Narlwille Engineering Elecirieal Engineering Granada Club Phi Eta Sigmag I.R.E. Honors Day Q1, 2, 31 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key HUDERT PRIM JOHNSON ............ Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Srienre Delta Tau Delta IRA RICHARD JOHNSON .............. Chicago Commerce Marketing Management Sigma Pi Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Phi Omegag Marketing Clubg Cast, "Joan of Lorraine" Honors Day Q21 Northwestern University JOAN PATRICIA JOHNSON ..... .Cbirago Liberal Arts and Diifirion of Busey Hall .Maywood Commerce Management and Merelaandiring Delta Pi Staff, "King Lear", "Romeo and Juliet"g Pan-Hellenic Executive Council Q3, 41 Honors Day Q21 PI-IYLLIS JOHNSON .................. Minier Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclaolagy Phi Mu Honors Day Q51 Stephens College RALPH VALDEMAR JOHNSON ........ Samlwirli Agriculture General Agriculture Farm House Sachemg Star and Scrollg Phi Eta Sigmag Y Alpha Zeta Q5, 415 Agriculture Club Q1, 2, li E I 5, 41g Dairy Production Club Q1, 2, 3, 413 House President Q21 3 Y.M.'C.A. Cabinet Q51 gl Y.M.-C.A. Board of Directors Q31g Dairyi Judging Team Q41 Il Honors Day Q1, 2, 53 g University of Illinoisl Scholarship Key RICHARD RUSSELL JOHNSON .......... Aaron: ' Division of Special Services Marketing Alpha Chi Rho H5l ,1 g, , , af-,Z I F? tl A 1 is E fs if A vt.. ii. W 1 ,itz . f lei? Mew? Iii sa il -- ig. as .ea ,.e ,xg . , ,,... ., , . , , ,gi Li ,A it fa S 9 5 iw 5 , 2 B 5 K, is i f' in 's' I is 1 an pal ..v..,,, -.,.,... .... , it Bl fafftm-i:zfili:.siw 2 Smyth s '1 if v i E J s I Q is EES ,, 4 nys is ' .ii dial Hi E X li will 2 5 e lie 3 , ,S is 3 , 3 i ll l S iii!! Zi , ,, Emir: 'ri 1 QE? i 5 K it :si f I 2 ,H K 3 ills .ii- Wf EA ti ilsl' Eli lilflfi iii M i 7' it ll A . lg I Xi 'i l W I ,,. lgifii 6 iii 355 5 i i eil ii, X is .1 fi I is i 'I 2 R A E 1 , I fi! sis , awe ' Qeggggmii .m3?a3- -amesw-A Halen' 'W --,,Qc'MgJi:'W Qza'-arena ew 1 the :.:'i'. .si ?r S355 ga Robert B. Downs came to the University of Illinois as Director of the Library and Library School in 1943. A native of North Carolina, he has been active in the library profession for the past twenty-five years. His first experience in the field was at the University of North Caro- lina, where he worked as an assistant while at- tending the University. After graduation in 1926, he entered Columbia University and re- ceived professional library degrees in 1927 and 1929. In the meantime, he was on the staff of the New York Public Library. From 1929 to 1931 Downs was librarian and assistant professor of bibliography at Colby College in Maine. Some years later the College honored him with a Doc- tor of Literature degree. Returning in 1931 to the University of North Carolina he became assistant librarian and after one year, librarian and professor of library science. Wliile there he took an active interest in library service to undergraduate students. . . . gfidmt Dean Robert Downs He started a general college library and encour- aged recreational reading by installing a book store in the library building and arranging for weekly talks by authors and critics. In 1938, Downs was appointed to the Director- ship of Libraries at New York University, a new position created to integrate the University's widely distributed libraries. After serving for five years as Director of Libraries for New York University, he came to the University of Illinois in 1943. Mr. Downs is active in various professional or- ganizations. He is a fellow in the American Li- brary Institute, a member of the American Library Association Council and the Bibliographical Society of America. He was president of the Association of College and Reference Libraries in 1940-41. He is also the author of numerous books and articles, chiefly relating to resources for research and library cooperation. 56400K . . . In 1893 the first library school in the Middle West was founded following by only six years the earliest library school in America at Columbia University. At the beginning the new school was located in Chicago at the Armour Institute of Technology, but in the summer of 1897 it moved, equipment, faculty, and students, to the University of Illinois in Urbana. The Library School is one of five in the nation accredited by the American Library Association as Type I and offers education for librarianship on the highest professional level. Admission requirements include the presentation of a bachelor's degree. The school has at its disposal 1,200,000 volumes. With so few training agencies it is not surprising that the Library School finds its students coming from every state and often from foreign countries. That it is a national as well as a regional school is indicated also by the nation-wide distribution of its gradu- ates. Libraries in every state in the Union and in seventeen foreign countries are being operated by Illinois graduates. One hundred nineteen served in the armed forces during the last war, six with the American Red Cross, and at the present time seven are overseas in the Army Library Service. Besides this widespread geographical distribution the Library School, during the past half-century and more, has exhibited a profound influence upon the growth as well as the character of the profession of librarianship. Three score or more Illini have taught or are now teaching in library schools, at least three are, at present, directors of such schools. Two Illini have held the high post of President of the American Library Association and many more have held lesser or committee posts. Of even greater significance are the nearly two thousand active Illini librarians helping to provide to Americans the kind of library service that is the envy, as well as the model, for the rest of the world. The University Library was ll iii a S 3 Q. is I F52 ,Q I .Fi is J 5 i ESE wfw -i.. 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K LILA RUTH JONES ........... .... M altoon Commerce Pez-.mnnel Management Zeta Tau Alpha Shi-Aig Assistant Business Manager, The Illio of 19485 The Illio fl, 2, 5, 41 5 The Illinois Technograph Q11 3 House President Q31 g Illini Union Committee 115 g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 42, 33 5 Production Staff, "The Skin of Our Teeth", "The Male Animal" Honors Day Q11 PAUL JONES ...................... Ridgway Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology RICHARD JOSEPH JONES .,............ Dewey Division of Special Services Law Chi Phi Michigan State College ROBERT LEE JONES ................ Hillxbom Engineering Electrical Engineering Stadium Terrace , of Wisconsin V .wc -H '- - -- . ff W 1,i::I,,. .iw 1.1, RUTH ALICE JONES ...........,.... Wilmelle Agriculture Home Ecnnomiri Women's Annex Home Economics Clubg Y.W.C.A.g House President ISD VALMORE TONEY JONES ..... .... 0 blong Journalism Editorial Spanish Clubg M.I.A.g Y.M.C,A.g Cast, "La Botella del Diablo" WALTER PHILIP JONES ....,......... Decatur- Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Agricultural Economics Clubg Pershing Rilies WILLARD JoNEs ........... Royal Oak, Mich. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Beta Theta Pi A.S.M.E.' The Illinois Technograph Q4Jg Men's Glee 'Club Q23 University of Colorado' University of De- troit ' i I H ------ 5Pf'ioe1if1d 2, r Qrl I I - - " ' C Omme 1. C e Marketing Springfield Junior College JORDAN ............. Bemenf Arts and Sciences hemirtry The mio qi Hauser, Honors Day Q13 LAURA JOSEPHINE JORDAN ........ C Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology 'Concordia harry Alpha Lambda Deltag Psi Chi g Gamma Delta g Illini Union Committee Q33 Day Q1, 2, 33 g Universtiy of Illinois Key ALBERT JORN ............ Waukegan Engineering al Engineering Student J, A.S.M,E.g Rifle Clubg M.I.W Q4Dg M.I.W.A. Execu' tive 3, 41g Illini Union Board Cabinet Q3, 45g Y.M.C.A. and Mechanical College STANLEY MARTIN JURRENS ............ 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YY ,r-,r,,., 0 wwf IIS, V uw tizeirrgeggiffa'lffafgegfxiefbfrgiitissf-?i,?t?Z4,1i4S:fwliiihtgsffigil? LIEN EMILE KINZER ...... ...Utica Education Englirb sea A 1 at get Y2?Yaff1i1f!45f5,?wr'?iW1?5VQl'iilsiislvffff afafiraitt,'Mgfrfu'fiMS 5551955 LaSallevPeru-O lesb unior olle e tit?-'vii 5 g Y J C g r W X-ff--1 W-A or if'-e,r. rv ' rw, ,,f WTI, 7 my A It W: ' ' KJV ,,,,, , va? ggi " ff,f1fw.era,:ffw2z'Y1 2 ff te, 'Q' ' ri ,Y , it ' T A - .,,. , '?'f'fzrI,"1 C '- f 'Ati 43- iw! fir I ffkililaimrfx A Hi Ai QZY 1' X 995 ,F sri t rig, 9 - A - t i iierii, I aw ? i ' ,H ggg,E,h, W fmgx N gl Jaguar 2 Sire in-ggi ,K is t ,,,..k x , ITS, ,Y Ei J.. f ieawtimgtl I Iefzlfggyg S D I , ,E -, 122 LYNETTE KIRBY ......,.,.. ..01'eofm Commerce ' Teacher Training in Commerce Gamma House Phi Chi Thetag W.G.S. Executive Council 12, 555 Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth" WALTON KIRK, JR ...... ........ Iv It. Vernon Physical Education Playrical Education Alpha Tau Omega -Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescentg it - an . . . Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad 42, 51 'Ui . A , . . ,,,, V ROBERTA MAY KIRKPATRICK ......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pirycbology Kappa Delta W.A.A.' Major I' Illini Union Committee Monmouth College' North Park College SIDNEY DALE KIRKPATRICK JR, Short Hillr, N. . Division of Special Services Economicr Theta Delta Chi Accountancy Club' Debating Team' The Illio Q31 ' Interfraternity Executive Council MJ Columbia University HELENE SHIRLEY KIRSHENBAUM ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Lowry Lodge Alpha Lambda Delta' Production Staff 'Squaring the Circle" Honors Day il 2 31 ' University of Illinois Scholarship Key WILLIAM STARCK Kiss ............. Gillerpie Division of Special Services Marketing Delta Si ma Phi . 1 fa K Aaaata ,C SHIRLEY JOSEPHINE KLAss .......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbologg Sherwood Lodge Lois HELENE KLEIN ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Englirb Sigma Delta Tau Mortar Boardg Torchg Alpha Lambda Deltag Sigma Delta Pig The Illio fl, 2, 515 House President flfjj Pan-Hellenic Executive Coun- cil 143g Y.W.C.A. 11, ZJ, Cabinet Q3 43 Honors Day fl, 21 , A ': fm. g L , A Q, 1 E 'aa spy 251 Q gi 'X if -x s A ,, ' ia YK , l' sf 137 I 2 , , ,595 , gifs iii -rig SQ? li ii' , . . reggae me ng' fi 2 A B -ia? N arggjqjpfilggga?-fglrg g z i' 75 ra, ' I as W 3 r gi , . ,,,. , if MARGARET JANE KLEMOLA ......... Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirlo Concordia Spanish Clubg Women's Cosmopolitan Club: Women's Glee Club C31 DORIS JANE KLINEEELTER ...... Morrironoille Agriculture Horpilal Dieceticr Bethany Circle Phi Upsilon Omicrong The Illinois Agricul- turist G33 Home Economics Club Cl, 2, 3, 43 Honors Day 12, 31 1-.J .,--4 n -.,s Y? V M Q . -- H " R LING. ........ Mount Carmel Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbyricr Phi Kappa Honors Day C55 Purdue University ,:., . NE KEAN ....... ...... C bicago A "'4 Arts and Sciences K em irtry Parade Groun Newman Club 'V VICTOR CHARLES KLITZING ..... .... S Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club QZ, 3, 45 3 Marketing Club CORINNE , KLOSKA ....... Lockport Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Theta 5 Alpha Delta . :2f'e:szw,,f,'f:iffi sa Mari :aaa RALPH MILD KNATER ...... ....... F ranlafarl Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club Honors Day C33 KERMIT LYNN KNETSCH ........... Paw Pnio Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A.S.C.E.g Chi Epsilong Varsity Basketball Squad Q23 9 Varsity Baseball Squad 123 Honors Day KZ, 31 HELEN KNEZEVITCH ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology SheH'Ield Lodge Cosmopolitan Club . , r ,,v. 1. '-'e L 1 ROBERT GLENN KNOWLES ........... Cbimgo Engineering Electrical Engineering l.R.E. Honors Day ill Wright Junior College ROBERT CLAUDE KNUEPFER River Forest Engineering General Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma A S M E House President Q45 Cornell University RICHARD CHRISTOPH KOCH Quincy Law Law Pershing Rifles Phi Alp Delta Daily Illini .,.. ,,,,, L X Q13 First Regimental and Indiana University RICH Engineering Mechanical Engineering I .................... Illinois State Normal University KENNETH ARNHOLD KOEHLER, Grand Island, Commerce Accountancy Midland Collegeg University of Syracuse HAROLD RAYMOND KOENIG .......... Marina Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag A.S.M.E. Honors Day KZ, 33 Northwestern University HERMAN EDWARD KOENIG ........ ...Mar-im: Engineering Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag Eta Kappa Nug A.I.E.E. Honors Day KZ, 31 Washington University Seward Charle Staley was born in Sprakers, New York, August 1, 1893. He graduated from Springfield College in 1917. After serving as an oflicer in the United States Army, he secured his master's degree from Clark University in 1920. Dr. Staley joined the faculty of the University of Illinois in 1922 and has been a member of the Physical Education staff continuously since that time. In 1929, he was awarded a doctor of phi- losophy degree in Education. Dr. Staley is the author of several books and magazine articles: Sports Curriculurn, Gaines Contests Relays, Sportsmanship Education, and his Massed Athletics has been translated into Greek and his Individual and Massed Athletics has been translated into Chinese. He has also written for H y geia magazine and the lournal of Physical Education. . . . Castia ag Dean Seward Staley He has made three trips abroad to study physical education and sports, and in the course of these travels visited most of the countries in Europe plus several others in North Africa and Eastern Asia. In 1936, Dr. Staley lead the American delegation to the Sports Student Congress in Berlin. He was made an honorary fellow by the American Physical Education Association in 1938, and was elected to membership in the American Academy of Physical Education in 1944. ln addition, he holds member- ship in most of the national, midwest, State, and local physical education associations and societies. During Wlorld War ll he served as consultant in physical fitness and recreation with the Army Ground Forces, the Army Air Forces, and the Navy. WA Aiea! gvfzfrcvzlfivn . . . The School of Physical Education was estab- lished by Board of Trustees action in 1933. At the present time, the School is comprised of two departments: Physical Education for Men and Physical Education for Women. The School's major function is to offer profes- sional training in the fields of physical education, athletic coaching, health education, safety educa- tion, camping, and recreation. One of the more distinctive features of the School's program in professional training is its work in counseling and guidance. The School has always carried on some work in this field, but with the ending of the war and the resultant increase in en- rollment it was very materially expanded. The present program is designed to cover personal, edu- cational, scholastic, and professional problems. The current registration of approximately 460 under- graduate men and women is the largest in the his- tory of the school. In addition to the professional training work mentioned above, the School conducts a service program in physical education for the general stu- dent body. By University regulation, all under- graduate students are required to secure four se- mester's credit in this subject. During the present year, 2500 men and 1500 women have been enrolled in these courses. To carry on its work, the School has a variety of facilities. The men's program is carried on in two separate buildings-the George Huff Gym- nasium and the Men's Old Gymnasium. The wom- en's program is centered in the Women's Gym- nasium but also uses quarters in Bevier Hall. Over the years the faculty of the School has assumed leadership in initiating and developing several enterprises of national consequence in the field of physical education. The School's most recent effort in this direction has been the creation of a Physical Fitness Laboratory and Clinic. The staff of this unit is engaged in carrying on a broad program of fundamental research in the areas of motor and organic fitness and giving diagnostic fitness tests to both students and faculty members. George Huff Gymnasium iff 3 I Aa 4 E -. at it Z PHILIP KOENIG .................... 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Olympia Fieldr Liberal Arts and Sciences Pbiloroplay if., ,is Washington University ' I MARVIN KOGAN .............. Liberal Arts and Emnomzrr gil Men' s Residence Hall Ii 1 ' ggi W af of 4 ll 'vi ,fl DONALD VINCENT Koo iflf ...... Glen Ellyn Division of S f g l Services Burinerr Ad tration I si if -r Ft i I Newman Hall Newman Club ' Southeast Missouri ollege L WIN KoI-IN ....... ... ....... .. .Clairago Liberal Arts and Scienc F559 ' Lg X 5, A nors Day 113 Q ggggggkgfvilij EA X faq Wright Junior Collegeg Univer ity of Cin- Eggigigfiiii . viii, V . cinnati A1565 Lv iv ,W V, A I Ria l l S, . s alllriw in 75553 I 1. J, EI Rnwfwur e 1 -r A as if ,IJ f I, a I, ,K Stl 1 I Elf X: I iilfggi 5 Y RoLo JOSEPH ....... Sandwal fgigtityigfix fi ' I gif? gli as I I my 55532: I Gene,-gl ulzare agjfffgtililiigif , Thea Chi ' griculture Clubg 4 ' is an Varsity Track A Squad: Varsity T - uad 1233 Freshman I- jg A ,I . V Varsity Baseball 1 52 Y.M.C.A. 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Champaign Journalism Advertiring Phi Delta Theta ga The Daily Illini 12, sy 5 concert Band 11J 4 First Regimental Band 113 Winthrop College ii? DONOVAN MERSI-IoN KRAMER ....... Wamaw Journalism Publication Management Phi Sigma Kappa The Daily Illini 1355 Interfrate tive Council 11, 2, 3, 41 rni ty Execu- PEGGY JANE KRAMER ............... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacleriology Alpha Omicron Pi , , Bwble- Awes- Earr r id r 141- vzf-Igw ala . es en 1 -- 1-wife-aw--aff --Maaa-,-:analitifwavrel-fori.,.:-yr-afA:.,. All the King ' s Men' ' , ' 'AMOHY ,, he Cherry Orchard", "Blithe ' malion" NORMAN KRANZ .............. Journalism Adnerliring Men's Residence Hall Alpha Delta Sigmag Kappa Tau Daily Illini 13, 45 Honors Day 13? Haverford College FLORENCE MAE KRASE ........... Physical Education Playrical .Education Busey Hall . . . .Chicago Alphag The . . . .Berwyn Orchesis 123g Physical Education Major's Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numera Morton Junior College lsg Major I NICHOLAS KRASOWSKY ...... .... C hicago Engineering ' Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma A.I.E.E.g Intramural Manager 12, 51 VERA ALoIsE KRATKY ........ .... R irerride Journalism Aclnertiring Delta Zeta The Daily Illini 13 41 '5 "A' li ivision of Special Services Markering and Accounting Tau Kappa Epsilon Marketing Club' Accounting Club, Alpha Kappa Psi G Ellyn KRELL ................ Chicago Arts and Sciences Training in Social Chi Omega Sophomore Council Production Staff, Skin of Our Teeth RICHARD EARL KRIGEL ...... Kanrar Commerce Marketing and Management Zeta Beta Tau Marketing Clubg Illini Union Council 13, 41 g Illini Union 'Committee 11, 2, 5, 41 Day 111 FLOYD . . .Vandalia of Special Services Zoology CHARLES SEYMOUR KRITZER ...... Monmouth Agriculture Agriculture Economic: Phi Gamma Delta Sachemg Senior Manager, Inter-Scholastics: The Daily Illini 11, 3, 415 Manager, Track 121g Major Ig Concert Band 11, 2, 3, 41, Illini Union Committee 121 g Men's Glee Club 111 g University Orchestra 111 g WILL 121 ROBERT ANTON KROENING ....... Benrenoille Engineering Cioil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta Pershing Riflesg A.S.C.E. Sorbonne CAROL LITA KRONER ....,......... Mahomez Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Derign Stephens College MARY DEE KRUH .................. Lebanon Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction McKinley Hall Secretary-Treasurer, junior Classg Zeta Phi Etag Illio 1113 Sophomore Cotillion Honors Day 131 McKendree College ALGERD JOSEPH KRUK.-as .,.......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Pi Kappa Alpha Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 12, 41g Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Interfraternity Executive Coun cil 13, 415 Illini Union Committee 131 BYRON ARNOLD KRULEWITCH. .... Chicago Engineering Mechanical Eng ering Zeta Beta Tau A.S.M.E.g The Illinois Illini Union ANN C herter Arts and Sciences C bemirtry Lambda Deltag Iota Sigma PI Phi Upsilong German Club 11, 21 g House President 121 Honors Day 11, 2, 31 RUTH FRANCES KUCERA Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Busey Hall Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth , Male Animal" HELEN RUTH KUENSTLER ........... Madiron Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Laurel House Honors Day 151 University of Iowa HENRY RICHARD KULEWICZ ......... Engineering Mechanical Engineering Annex Hall A.S.M.E. I S . ., 1 " e J it En, 4e,eg,i11,,?A ' , get 3 Y If -4 ET fm ,Q .kV. V, I awk is ,MY ,gas ff 1 f' tw 51 fiom 4 'Y 3 no es ami, ,- 1 :elif ,riser of 5 e tiff' L13 it , tr , aim, aw 5.5 .J xml. ,-vi! ti, , .Kia szlsrfiagarf 4,521 A P Ar A ein at . 3-Merge t , X ,, , , ll afggssgggy 3 45 i , gg :Zi E will te ll 3 Q t Wi, X W S es li tri, -I M,- Y if it Z li all .t ,, :Mi 5 Fraker House Bacteriology ERTRUDE MARGARITA KUMERLEN, Cryftal Lake Liberal Arts and Sciences erman 'Club fljg University 'Chorus KZ, 43 onors Day C23 OYD JOHN KURKOWSKI. .. ONARD ALBERT KUNZ. . ..... St. Loaix, Mo. Engineering Civil Engineering Commerce ','E i.r 5 ,'-4 i f . ,N Accountancy ff Q ccountancy Club V 1 Olwfs DAY C25 lat La Salle-Peru-Oglesby J Qfiig llege K HQ fa , ,.. i I 4 , ,t ug rl " elif :Wag 'ag a its 4119 Y al Iilzfzlilxi i E 4,3555 , E yi, se 5, Q fragltwf W., ig all gl' ill ll' 4 lit? HoMAs EDWARD KURT . .. Electrical En ' Engine gma Taug A.I.E.E. Alpha Chi Omega Monticello College onors Day Q35 Washington Universityg ANNE LOUISE KURz ...... 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TTE SONIA ..Claicaga S at-sa tt E it , :JT J , T fy wig a Liberal Arts and nvgi ,W M. ,,,... ,. S o ct o l a gy oduction Staff, "Beggar on Horseback" College ELVIN STANLEY KUSIN ..... Texarkana, Tex. Commerce Marketing EDWIN JOSEPH KUTA ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemixtry Flagg Hall German Clubg Newman Clubg A.V.C. Herzl Junior College CARTER SEVERT KVAVLI .............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Son's Home House President C55 'f v ,....,.. TQ. ' E-. DE M EUGENE STANLEY KWASNIEWSKI .... Eranrton Law Law Psi Upsilon Tribe of Illinig Major Ig Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 12, 3, 42, Letter QZ, 55 g Freshman Varsity Track Squad University of Missouri BARBARA JEAN LABAW HUGHES .... Champaign Physical Education Physical Education Graham Lodge House President C21 g W.A.A.g W.A.A. Nu- merals Honors Day C31 CAROL RUTH LAEGELBR .,...... Highland Park Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Derign Busey Hall BERNICE LAFFER .. ................. Cbicaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology ,... fx tiff' itll. ga A Fog nd 3,1510 n 1 e yitfff Mm, :Pew-as , 1 ,ax . fa5:l,,s,1t9 tffffad t?I5Z2Q2E2f,ffQ ,,,',yZ,,ft',2fi55?2gi1,''..Zr.It:',',Si'hgs:Eg'32z":EjgQ:?j31,,g35g:9Qagh, M- -,-- - , , U , ., V,-if L , rz:f,::fa,za-'a,,.:, -fab, was L ,-L,.. W M ' ALPHA BOYD LAHR ........... .... P alnzer Agriculture General Lincoln College ROBERT GLENN LAKIN ........... Springield Engineering Electrical Engineering University of Akrong Springlield Junior Col- lege 1- if ELIZABETH JANE LAMANDIN ...... Springyield Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Weatherly Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Kappa Delta Honors Day Q1, 21 WILLIAM LESLIE I.AMBERT..1I1dfdmZp0llJ', Ind. Journalism journalism .Normal Journalism Editorial Kappa Delta appa Tau Alpha' Theta Sigma Phig Spanish Clubg The Daily Illini Q1, 2, 51 g Illini Union Committee Q21 Honors Day Q11 LANDERMAN .... .... C bicago ournalism Ifertzslng Evans Hall Marketing Club Production Staff, All the King s Men AVERY JUSTIN LANDY .............. Division of Special Services Animal Husbandry Alpha Epsilon Pi Wright Junior 'College JAMES .Robinxon and Applied Arts Education Phi Mu Concert Band Q2, 5, 415 Men's C41 g University Chorus Choir Q41 State Teachers' College MADELINE JOAN LANG ..........,.. Oak Park Journalism Ad11eftiJing Alpha Omicron Pi The Illio Q11 Honors Day Q1, 2, 51 WILLIAM GERRY LANG .............. Chicago Division of Special Services Geology Alpha Sigma Phi Cyclothem Clubg Newman Club St. Ambrose Collegeg Rensselaer Polytech- nic Institute MARTHA LOUISE LANGI-IAM ........ Bartonoille Journalism Editorial Sigma Kappa Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini Q1, 215 Illini Union Committee Q51 g Y.W.C.A. Honors Day Q11 HAROLD JAMES LANKFORD ....... Edwardwille Commerce Permnnel Management Sigma 'Chi German 'Clubg Y.M.C.A.g Wesley Founda- tiong Varsity Track Squad Q21, Letter Q21 Washington Universityg Miami University BARBARA Lois LANMAN ............ Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Latin Sigma Kappa Alpha Pi Deltag Spanish Clubg The Illio Q11 BARBARA ANN LANNON .... .Sannemin Liberal Arts and Sociology Alpha Omicron Pi , Alpha Kappa Deltag Da y Illini Q11g Illini Union Committee Q1, 2 if Honors Day Q51 " CARL LANTAU ............ Savanna Engineering Mechanical Engzneerzng Day 12, 51 Emory and Henry College DOROTHY JEANNE LARGE ...... Detroit, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Englixla Bethany Circle Illinois Disciples Foundation HELEN NAOMI LARIMORE .......... Plainville Liberal Arts and Sciences Englixb Women's Annex Spanish Clubg The Daily Illini Q1, 2, 5 Production Staff, "Squaring the Circle", "The Infernal Machine" BARBARA LARNED .................. Cbiraga Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanixla and English Kappa Alpha Theta Spanish 'Clubg Sigma Delta Pig French Clubg W.A.A. Honors Day Q11 Wa K a i N'w5:?:,fT iii I fi- , f :nie-,I - 52353 ,Ati-ea ,M ...--if 4 gn, 2 gsfff -.A,:w':se y,ff.izfi 1. , f A- I, aff ix tffiffff ,xiii iw' o f 551 A ., f -, fa .ra U5 Q igawsen 1 - A .. L, ,A wfmfi J i ifvf' 5 QV X Z. :iff f '-A ...cedar-g.e.r'::i,igzT,wa f , in ggq,..,,1,,,ff ,+ W rfehhuifle if s 3 we -fasfcaeltff-f, .fi : , , eil? gp as M Gi . 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Manager, Football lz' 35 HAROLD ARTHUR LARsoN ..... ...Waukegan Engineering Mechanical Engineeeif g Wenatchee A.S.M.E. f 3 I University of Wisconsing assachusetts flex. ,L E e A. 'lets ' is Division of "' - l Services . .Q W Sie iii he R 3, in 'Z Institute of Technology ii I Il? assi JOANNE LARSON ,... . . ..... .Pecatanica Liberal Arts ciences Home ici Cagle Hall Home Economics 4 'Carthage Colleggi . 5' if Clie , 1 553315 as Y Wie 1 ., . ligjtifiliiia-he . 1 if X " MARY GOTTI LASA Q ......... Clinton Liberal A Ei l ences H X Ai f ' Ae, Spanish Club 3 Home Economics Club 3 W.A.A , merals RAYMOND PHILLIP LAscHoBER ....... Chicago Division of Special Services Geogvaphy Cosmopolitan -Club Newman Club: 'Cyclothem Club 130 LEONARD LASKIN ........ .......... C hicaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Herzl junior Collegeg University of Wiscon- sm J. EDWARD LAUBER ........... Savannah, Me. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Carson-Newman College 5. 9 34- ef a. , hair: -A-ages -, ea ,. ,. it W 1 if , Q w 2 . MARY PATRICIA LAUCI-INER ........... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Chi Omega Mortar Boardg Torchg Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag Freshman Councilg Zeta Phi Etag The Illio Q1, 2, 535 Freshman Frolic Committeeg Illini Union 'Committee Q1, 213 Illinois Disciples' Foundation Q1, 2, 51 3 Cast, "Alcestis of Euripides", Production Staff, "Three Penny Opera", "Romeo and Juliet", "Barchester Towers", "Dr, Faustus" Honors Day Q1, 2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key ELLEN LAUDER ............. .. .Peoria Journalism Ad11e1'liJing Alpha Phi Sigma Delta Pig The Daily Illini Q21 g Wom- en's Glee 'Club Q21 RAYMOND CLARENCE LAIIER .... ...Cicero Commerce Marketing Morton junior College VIRGINIA ANN LAUHER ...... .. .Paris Commerce Marketing Leeman Lodge Phi Chi Theta Mi -, . . , .,.4.,,v. ..,..., " H-Aa,i.1.a - ve I. 1-'Q .,, A . sw 55? Az, I ' I ' , ' ANN AUSTIN LAURENT .........,.... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" POLLY ANN LAUTEN ............... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech Coweciion Alpha Omicron Pi Mask and Baubleg Arepog Zeta Phi Etag Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Q2, 3Jg WILL Q2Jg Pro- duction Staff, "Antony and Cleo atra", "Pa- tience", "Trojan Women", "'IPhe Corn Is Green", "The Infernal Machine" Honors Day Q21 Gulf Park College IDELL JOAN LAUTMANN ...... Detroit, Mirb, Liberal Arts and Sciences Tearber Training in English Sigma Delta Tau Y.W.C.A.g The Illio fl, 21 Honors Day Q11 LEo GEORGE LAUZEN ........ Commerce Accountancy Alpha Chi Rho Accountancy Clubg Marketing man Club Honors Day Q11 . . . .Aurora Clubg New- 'l Engineering . .. .Owaneco ilieebanieal Engineering A.S.M.E. Honors Day 131 Agriculture Agricnlllzre Agriculture Club DAVID GEORGE LAWSON ....... Agriculture General Agrirallure Blackurn College Hirtory California THOMAS BENTON LAYCOCK, LAWRENCE ........ Rnlland LAWsoN ......... Aleda Arts and Sciences lrrdianapolir, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural .Engineering Men's Residence Hall Senior Ball Committee Purdue Universityg Wabash College LUCY HARRIET LEAKE ........... Wezrren ri! I e Agriculture Home Economics Petite Maison University of Kansas DAVID ABRAHAM LEBER ,........... Rm-lefara Engineering Eleczriral Engineering Purdue Universityg University of Notre Dame CHARLES LEBOW Taira Olela Division of Special Services Accountancy Zeta Beta Tau Accountancy Club Q11 Illini Union Com mittee Q11 Tulsa University FRFDERICK LFDERER Chicago journalism Adrerzmng Men s Residence Hall Sachem Chi Gamma Iota President Soph omore Class Marketing Club Spanish Club The Illio Q21 The Daily Illini Q11 Foot ball Manager Q21 MIA Executive Cou crl 12 5 41 Illini Union Committee f 51 WILL C11 STANLEY DWIGHT LEE Forrerron Commerce Manageme t Alpha Delta Phi Tribe of Illini Varsity iestlrng Squad C71 Letter 121 BONET Education Elementary Edneatzan House Club fl 2 51 WILL Wheaton College Western Illinois State Teachers' College CHARLES LEIGHTON ................ Oneida Division of Special Services Perronnel Prycbnlogy Psi Chi Knox College ELLIS EVERETT LEIGHTY ...... .... 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' V iiflaw i faeeiggria ,, L, wig ,I Y ,,,,,,A3,,,v,ii,,fiaJaeLawi Aigygamgnx ,QQ . 3 ' an ri A lffreiem in Sisirariwi AL? y,awQ:Aiisfiwiiiftfavffiffr -fia,ffiinf"Ie1We" if svrfeiiiw rvkf iwzivf :wo WE., Q-vWi1a,pf.f Aeyieg ,f in rmfnf' raw, ,giff,Sa3?iaffAfigA+'f5:E,i y Q, ggmiif syn ilfiaifi sifffif ,.:-22 X A A if I ai f'siKfw1,i ,i,iig4,,,, F , , A .Ki 5, 1 , I ,is A ei I 5551 i A I f A , i , M 'giiis,T'ii5f4' A ii .,, i v , QM' A Q iffy,gi'i,ffg3,i 'q,:fs,l: .A5fif91f'Amjf-- .: ,A if, ff' A 7 fffier . in 1 viagxlfijghf 'i"i?AQ' iefw iii 1 ,iii 5 A, als A' A I 4Wfiafiiflaiifffiafrfil ef I ' A liiiar i ' fs ,, Ar Ani diff es mei I' :ia , A A - EDGAR GUY LEMMON, JR.. , ..... Plenmnt Hill Journalism Eiirorinl The Daily Illini Q41 Honors Day Q2, 31 RALPH LENDING ,....... Unirerfity Cilyl Mo. Engineering Electriml Engineering Men's Residence Hall A.l.E.E.g The Illinois Technograph Q41 University of Florida JOHN BRADLEY L'ENGLE, JR., ,WWI " Civil Enginee Scabbarcl and Blade' Clubg Georgia School of ogyg Carson. Newman College i ii MURIEL KATHRYNE I. -' Q .RTz, U cbffagg Hgigfm- Liberal Arts fx-Sciences FoodJ and riiion Delta Gamma DHUY Illini Qi: Chair , Sophomore Co- tillionf Illini Union Coun Q31 3 Illini Union Committee Q21 3 Produc Q, StaE, "King Lear" f I l A3 fi PI, . fi.. Fla. I ,, , x 'H A 5 , Z ie sk Begg is . , l ,ag Mount Mary College E EDWARD JOSEPI-I LENNON ..... .... Claimgo Liberal Arts and Scien-es Zoology Alpha Tau Omega Omega Beta Pig German Club: ,econd Lieu- tenant, University Brigade A Honors Day Q1, 31 BETTY SCHIERMEYER ...,. Edwnrdwille Liberal Art Sciences Difirion of al Sludiey Theta Upsilon Alpha Lambda Illio Q1, 21 5 Illini Union Committee d ig g HOUOFS DHY il, University of Illinois A, :Zigi 3 L MP T . , , ' M 'YK 'aaa Scholarship Key Wg. r , Q Q wife. . Orro FREDERICK nnufafgm, Wil, Fine and p', 155 Arcbzteclnral 'E - gjirf ,A -5 Alpha Rho chi ii Honors Day Q11 LAURENCE HENRY LENZ ,.... ...Springfield Commerce Acconnlnnfy Pershing Rifles, Phalanx, Alpha Kappa Psi, Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade Honors Day Q11 John Tarleton Agricultural College 132 THOMAS LEONARD .......... .... IV Il, Morrix Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Honors Day Ql, 31 CATHERINE MARY LEONE ....... ...Clainzgo Physical Education Playriml Education Welsh House Physical Education Majors' Club, Newman he Illio' W.A.A. A IA . -M555 wi K 'Yifiag A sy are A L sg .3 Lawn 1-S- S3 fl .4 as ARTHUR ARNOLD LESHIN. . .New York, N. Y. Engineering Merbnniml Engineering Tau Delta Phi A.S.M.E. JOHN LESLIE ....................... Tolono ' Fine and Applied Arts Mmir Education Alpha Chi Rho Phi Mu Alphag Men's Glee -Club Q3, 414 Second Lieutenant, University Brigadeg Cast, "Carmen", "Ruddig0re" HENRY COLIVILLON LESSING...KeV1'1Jill6, Tex. Engineering Aeronautical Engineering I,A.S. Honors Day Q11 DORIS LEVA .................... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacberhr Training Evans Hall iqagfis 'iizigciwi ,.- 'inf . --"I, Z" f "2-'gain L 1 41, H . WW. .. W- wit t, ,. aa " ""5'KW'If:"! Ms:5fi'iL,. 11. .1 i , .wc ti' .dkf"w -.1 HAROLD LEVIE .......,..... ...Cbimgo Journalism Adrertiring Pi Lambda Phi Alpha Delta Sigmag The Daily Illini Q11 EDWIN DAVID LEVIN ........ Brookline, Marr. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfyelfology Flagg House Omega Beta Pig Philosophy Clubg House President Q41 g M.I.A. Executive Council Q41 3 A.V.C. , ,, .. ,x , A -i . iss. Q Q? 1 THEODORE LEVINE ,.......... Pazerron, N, J. Division of Special Services Englirla University of Michigan, University of Cali- fornia BERT JACK LEVINSON ............... Claimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering College Hall A.I.C.E. fr- V NS ............. ..Clairi1gr1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Eronornir: Beau Chateau LEVINSON ............ Claimgo al Arts and Sciences ""'4I:afe'k??:1I,rI?:?:..i!::I'IE"l52,6mn Debating Team Q3 Honors Day 111 TED ALLAN LEVY ................... C 113 .,:' I 5 Engineering if Civil Engineering Granada Club A,S.C.E.g Cast, "Pirates of Penzance" ine. ,,, ,.,,,., , NORMAN ELL LEVITZ .......... Cbimgfi Arts and Sciences iml Engineering A.I.Ch. an Club Il tute of Technology i . . fi . li .1 3 .f ,if V .l.,. ,V W ,Pg ,,., K I. ed , 2' , MELVIN RICHARD LEWIN ...... Dezroil, Mir-lv. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Honors Day Q11 Highland Park Junior College JOHN OLIVER LEWIs ............... Danville Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Honors Day Q31 MARTIN LEWIS ...................... joliel Division of Special Services Cornmerre Honors Day Q55 Joliet Junior Collegeg DePauw Universityg Ball State Teachers' Collegeg University of Iowa MARY ELLEN LEWIS ............... Danville Liberal Arts and Science Dirfirion of General Studier Kappa Delta Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini 1215 Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth" Honors Day C11 SHIRLEY PATRICIA LEWIS ......... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Dioirion of General Stuilier Illini Union Committee C15 r 2 VERNON LEWIs ........... ..Pek1n Division of Special ervices Labor Relat nr Kappa Sigma I' fr Pierrotsg Mask and B bleg National Col- FQ legiate Playersg Illini heatre Guild Board S I ii 13, 41, Cast, "Ki Lear", "Beggar on I ,, liars U ' Horseback", "A1ces ii of Euripidesn, "Doctor 1, H Sill? 'X' af Faustus", "Anton nd Cleopatra" ",, 5 ' I si Monmouth 'Co Newberry College 1 Q X Fi I rff. aaa rr: 'rl l 5 Q WILL WIS, JR. .......... Mi. Vernon ,M i lil 2 vision of Special Services iii' 5 li ,I ' EH l 5 Qi- J' Ecanornirr ,iw Eg Qziiih a Theta ii' 3 Q li E1 Staff, "Three Penny Opera" 'iii 3 3 X Kemper Military School I' " if Lf i 5 5 1 'li i lil 'M 'H i 'Q Sign is ' 3 Iv F 'E I i J, A l ii if VICTOR WALTER LEWKOVICH ,....... Cbirirgof ,Q I Commerce Iii, ' Marketing 3 I Theta chi H' Marketing Club , I ,,,, EE 1 g I E I si 22 ,ig fr WILBERT LIEEOW .................. Cbimgo Engineering Eleclriml Engineering Men's Residence Hall A.I.E.E. MYRON LIFSHITZ ............ .... C 'lm algal Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi A.S.C.E.g House President C31 Rs 5 il iii 1 33 I . 5 ,L 5 E llgfalilg gli , E, il I I I I x i 5 a ILE il 3 S' I ig , iliifi ig Q5 all ii . if, - - as lil I5 ' A Irigfssisf-iz 1 8 e La... I.. A ,sig Dr. Robert Graham, member of the Univer- sity of Illinois faculty since 1917, was appointed as the first dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine in December, 1946. Born in Ames, Iowa, Dean Graham received the doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Iowa State College in 1910 and his bachelor of science degree from the University of Kentucky in 1912. While in Kentucky, he served as vet- erinarian to the state board of health and as path- ologist to the state livestock board. During the first VVorld War, Dean Graham was a captain in the army veterinary corps. As a scientific writer, he has been chief or con- tributing author of more than 150 scientific papers pertaining to veterinary medicine, and senior or co-author of more than fifty bulletins and circulars on animal disease. . . CUZZZZZ of G In 1919, he developed the first antitoxin for botulinous poison in man at the University of Illi- nois. Colleagues in his field credit Dean Graham with significant and outstanding contributions to the knowledge of more than 13 diseases of domes- tic animals. His memberships include the American Associa- tion for the Advancement of Science, American Public Health Association, Illinois Academy of Science, American Veterinary Medical Association, U. S. Livestock Sanitary Association, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Zeta, Sigma Xi, Phi Zeta, and the Episco- palian church. Dean Graham and Mrs. Graham have two chil- dren. The family home is at 1010 South Busey Avenue. Cuiezrnaz Non-professional courses in veterinary science have been offered to agriculture students at the University of Illinois since 1870, but it was not until june, 1944, that the Department of Animal Pathology and Hygiene became a full-Hedged Col- lege of Veterinary Medicine. The new program of veterinary education was activated with an appropriation of 57 5 0,000 by the 64th General Assembly in 1945. It was soon dis- covered, however, that building costs had increased and the appropriation would not cover the costs of constructing the first unit of the College of Veterinary Medicine. Because the state legislature failed to reappropri- ate building funds before it closed its session in June, 1947, the Board of Trustees of the University approved the purchase of a building at 805 West Pennsylvania Avenue, Urbana, as a graduate and research center until the new college units are con- structed. Since September, 1947, the College has been operating in both the old Laboratory of Ani- mal Pathology building and the temporary quar- 6 LGLVLZ - - - ters on VVest Pennsylvania Avenue The objectives of the College of Veterinary Medicine are to aid agriculture in the control of animal diseases and to protect the public health by the suppression and control of animal diseases com- municable to man. According to the 1944 federal census, the number of farm animals in Illinois, ex- clusive of pets, was 35,268,000 with a value of i5537,984,000. The research programs and diag- nostic service of the College of Veterinary Med- icine help to keep farm animals healthy. In 1946, the diagnostic laboratories examined 79,548 speci- mens sent in by practicing veterinarians and live- stock men. The College of Veterinary Medicine, now or- ganized on a departmental basis with teaching for graduate students, also does research and extension work. When building funds have again been appro- priated and the units to house the veterinary college have been constructed, the staff, facilities, and equipment will equal those of the best veterinary colleges in the United States. Animal Pathology Building if fr "' SYS ,- Q A ff or V, gk f ' fl wi rf 'fit fi ' wil gl . s Q, . A our f s l IYAQI 5 ' I iiggfri 4 , V A r- , 7 A wie . . , fr ,, l , ati, ,. . i ieefryiaetgmesei 'Qs V al l ' A 'I il UQ ' 152' , .sifgliffsi . 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X my A ' 1 I , a.iJppa-arrxzfixt nigga' WA.r,,t.a-rrtegfe-,I-15 13 2 T if Y rl- A is K Ar S I .I Ir jr I A ,lt R X -I , , rw ,ara tw rr A C, tl in 5V Y I I I QA , ,I w,szi"rr I Q T ,ra-na 'IAS' npr,-rw 'friflietilif 3Jf3' l5'T?lfzfi sg 5tf,'3'-nlfliil -Jiri wir? lrafftrryaf we or s If fl ei- wa,imu, -of A .A3iaA5,gg,,Esgfg, ,,.f,sf!,A,mi 'A fri at rr? i. 1, - we ti, ttaimritisflf, ,hiiiiff ,H J eg, a ti i , A- r Q ' it Wit t' . - ' ' +-f -'s f --' A' Wt-A ft f . an 1 , afi h r ,W 2 an ff' ' a, , ff, -r - e'i'l5z'f 4 'E as I ,Q Ee I Qi Q uf. if fy - , Sf Q ARTHUR LINDBURG fill , .... .. .Springfield Personnel e en Sachemg Student ' Freshman 'Councilg President, Fr an Classg Student Representative, Alumni ociation, Board ot Directors 1213 House P dent f21g M.I.A, Executive 'Council QZ, 31 : lini Union Board 131g Illini Union Commit Honors Day 111 CHARLES LINDLEY ...... . .. , N . .Hnzmnwlle X Agriculture . . Animal Sczence jp University Chorus M1 Eastern Illinois State College All Co 'e I Zngm l W 2, 31, E' ,Ai 41,25 WZ Q Y. if 'B . 'M .. . . . Qnlnfy -an Com A K Acco K, sigma Chi Pershing RiHes' Honors Day fl' 5 , , E I 6 K 3. A 'e rr it rw RICHARD FREDERICK LIN sr. li 'K r 455 ft . , fi c on I . I . ,,., - . My sam 'f F in its 5 2552551 gil' ir, x 53 KENNETH LAWSON ..... .Springfield . .Arr Q Liberal Awii g aences Acacia - Phi Eta sigma Honors Day CI, 21 University of Kansas MARGARET HARLAND LINEXVEAVER ..... Uronnn Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirlory Alpha 'Chi Omega The Illio Q11 136 LOIS YVONNE LINK ........... West Claimgo journalism Radio Cagle Hall Torchg Kappa Tau Alphag Alpha Lambda Deltag Student Senate KS, 41 5 Secretary-Treas- urer, Sophomore Classg Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini Cl, 21, Copy Editor C3, 41 g Cast, "School for Scandal" Honors Day Cl, 2, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key CAROLYN ELIZABETH LINNARD,' Maumee, Olyio Liberal Arts and Sciences Enlomology Zeta Tau Alpha Laboratory Theatreg Mask and ecia g Canterbury Club g 'Beggaf on Horse' back Penny Opera", -'Antony and Loffmen Honors Day 12. 31 Bethany College BETTY FRANCES LIPARI ..... Knnrar City, Ma. 'i"' ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Busey Hall Illini Union Committee Q11 Q Cast, "Anything Goes" Honors Day Q11 SAUL LIPNICK .....,.,....... Webrzer, Marr. Law 1 Law Tau Epsilon Phi Nu Beta Epsilong Spanish Club Honors Day Q31 Massachusetts State College '- -we +A at . DAVID WALLACE LOCKLIN. .. ...... Urbana Engineering Merlmniml Engineering Phi Kappa Phig A.S.M.E.g Tau Beta Pig Sigma Taug Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day 141 Dartmouth Collegeg University of Pennsyl- vania MARVIN PI-IILLIP LOEB .........,.... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Tau Epsilon Phi Mu Pi Sigmag The Daily Illini 12, 3, 413 - - ' 42 ' Interfraternity Executive - - " W ig in S Slim It A , A if fgf Q- I' o tee He, ir' 32895. i fitte- J A 1 " Wlafygi 3,515 af I ,Q gg E 5 X Magi BLANCHE LONG ........... ...Claimga Agriculture Home Economicr Indeco Home Economics Clubg Illini Union Com- mittee Q5, 41 3 Hillel Foundation JEAN ELIZABETH LONG ............ Greenville Liberal Arts and Sciences Englifla Alpha Phi Spanish Club fl, 2, 51 3 W.A.A.g Y.W.C.A. Q21 WARDEN DoN LONGSTAFF ..... .... D uQnoin Journalism Editorial Sigma Delta Chi HAROLD FRANCIS LORENZ .......... Belleville Fine and Applied Arts Mmic Education Zeta Psi Newman Club' 'Concert Band Cl, 2, 3, 45: University Orchestra Q1 2 3, 43 fu. V, 4 ' . .......... Bloomington V Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studier McKinley Hall Mortar Board- Torch' Alpha Lambda Deltag W.G.S. Executive Council C2, 35 g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Q5 41 Honors Day Q1 21 Louis .... Kannu City, Mo. of Special Services Art Sigma Sachemg Mask , Pierrotsg Arepo: WILL 1431 "Three Penny Opera", "Squaring the "The In- fernal Machine"g Cast, tony and Cleopatra" University of Kansasg junior College ROBERT NORMAN LOURIE .... Journalism Acioertixing PI Lambda Phi University Debating Teamg Fencing Manager 131 Interfraternity Executive Council C35 A-rl.-F Day RICHARD .Rivenide Engineering l Engineering ha Alp Chi Pershing Rifles fljg President C43 Missouri ADA LETITIA LOVELESS .,............ Danville Physical Education Pbytiml Education Sheffield Lodge Physical Education Majors' Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I Honors Day 153 University of Toledo EDXVARD LovIcK ,........... Full: City, Neb. Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nug I.R.E.g A.I.E.E. Honors Day 137 University of Nebraska MARILYN Lois LOVINGFOSS ....... Clmrnpnign Physical Education Phyxicnl Education Alpha Phi Physical Education Boardg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Nurneralsg Major I JOSEPH ROGER LOWERY ............ Belleville Commerce A ccountnn cy Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Club James Millikin University ROBERT SOLOMON Lukov ..... Noble House Education H ifta ry Chi Gamma Iota Oklahoma Agriculture and University of Munich DONALD JAMES LUNDAI-IL .... General Engin Theta Chi A.S.M.E. Engineering Rock IJ .....LaGrunge Mining College 3 Rensselaer Poly land University of technic Institute of Special Services Ado ertifing Sigma Delta Sigma LUNDGREN. .. HERSCHELLURIE. .... Division of Special Services Marketing Newman Hall Marketing Club C3, 41 Biarritz American University Busey Hall .M olin .Cbimg 6 0 MARY ELIZABETH LUSE ......... .... F lam Agriculture Home Economicf Spanish Club fllg Home Economics C43 Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback" MILDRED MAE I..UTHER.i ......... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences German Club Hirtory n I 137 f: 'e f .' VIZ ' I 5 'kyy Q' A LV' Fllfw tefl'9Z,4? U,"xv'TJPi5tg IZABETH RosE LU'rz ..... . .... . . . . .Rnnlezn Fine and App led Arts M mic Educn ti a n met- -- -eg ,A -sz, yvky "'A . f ' Chi Omega s Glee Club GJ: University Chorus , ,, cm B dl U - - f 21 EY HWefS1fY A 2.3 ' ,r fi .Y . 5 at it ,,,r:i,,,.,,W,sg,, EAM? 2 ,g g , , 2 gf? ' f E DAVID LUTZ .......... .... C laicnga Q N Vi? " s C 2 . l' , K Ommefce Accountancy Ei ig? .gr2 F1agg Home f Z '- 'U 1 L, ff 'vm f if" I-' , . , H ' v countancy Club, Cast, King Lear' Z Pro. i,'1i! ?? f 1 i,5g Qin E giilction Staff, "Three Men on a Horse" . fre.:-4 ,1 ' ' fe I g a g, OMS Dev 129 2 rf -2 if,,eY V - at Northwestern University sm ig gggaz gig . 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Mmm Division of Special Services Delta Kappa Epsrlon ,1 :stir l--' r T- i" f1."- f 'i H 'ZW - Basketball KZ? 3 House President Q45 .- ffm: w 2z,r. is . -1, . Efkfg was at ,e ee an ein, or Wg? 17 wi Q c. H Y mf E251 't Eyqk? ef Levi fe Y, iii e2'r2Sne 'F es M W A MW we f 2 ,ffggei Af 1 4 eats ,W if s i 'le 9 ll as Af N fe I X V 6515? A M' '54 :Qi a dw we . M92 9 ty 'il iff 2 ' i f tl ' nv ng,i.fv9'ifi a Milf digg? W M - iwngr we Eiegfai Magi, A a ,X . Q , ,, ,I ii 5 , I "5 ri' Q s" l f N. i..,. 1 .., ,. 'gi . . AQ, no 5 ner J i e ig if yr ., A 1 l g S2 f' ' 'ea 1-A :+ t. 1 4 mu.. . , f Q' .,,f..:,,' 5..:.1'M.-ny H6311 .z ,753 5"f.f i vi E 5 WILLIAM ANDERSON MACDONALD, Rarberter, N. Y . Engineering Merlmnicn! Engineering . . . .... Jolie! Education -- :ter ,231-1-fe fmi: ' 'EA .,I,. ,fA3q,,,, wwf. - 1 7 ......,...Cl7icago Division of Special Services Marketing Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Varsity SALVATORE PETER MADONIA ....... Springfield Division of Special Services Pre-Medicine Millsaps College: University of South Caro- MAERCKER IIIVING ........... Downers Grove Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Purdue Universityg University of Notre HELENA MAGNUSSON ............... Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Mnlbemnticr ini Union Committee CU 3 i 5 ei? sg, ee' 1?-'C new da K X Y if fi g g Qi li Sit Biz, . . , Y 3 ,if ,V fin. ,...IA,,.,,,.,t. -. tggjg, We AC ssachusetts Instit Technology :ig is , ,Q 915 Y v . Q. .MV ,greg K :Se A M' W2 J, is 1 st X ist .. . ,. . . . . .Franklin Elemfiml Engineering MAY ANN MAHAN ,.... ........... C entralia Liberal Arts and Sciences Di1'i,rion of General S'1ndieJ THANE ALFRED MAINS...LOI Angeler, Calif. Commerce Accountancy Chi Gamma Iotag Veterans of Foreign Warsg Accountancy Clubg Illini Union Committee KS, 49 University of Texasg University of Cali- fornia at Los Angeles JOHN MALAMAZIAN .........,...... Chicago Physical Education Pbyrical Education Delta Theta Epsilon Illinois 'College Liberal Arts and Sciences - Prychology Price Club Wilson Junior College V4 4 L ,M I, 4 1 ..... . .......... . . .Chicago E MANBY ......... Oak Park ' griculture ' in Home Economicr Beta House Alpha Lambda Delta g g Wesley Foun- dation Honors Day QU IRWIN EDWARD MANCBACH, Perth Amboy, N. I Commerce Marketing soo" Club arketing Club Day C33 EUGENE MANDEL ........... Clmaga of Special Services Agriculture Sigma Dairy Technology Clubg Club, Concert Band 121, First Band KU JOHN WILLIAM MANIS .............. Cbicaga Commerce lndurtrial Adminixtratian Alma Collegeg Illinois Institute of Tech- nology JAMES WARD MANN .......,..... Hulranville Division of Special Services Political Science Scabbard and Bladeg 'Caisson 'Clubg Hazel- ton Medalg Captain, University Brigadeg Mili- tary Council Q45 JOHN JAMES MANos ................ Chicago Division of Special Services Arcountancy Delta Phi Accountancy 'Clubg Coast Artillery Club: Dolphinsg Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade N C... ,c.rtr KENNETH FREDRICK MANS. .Bremei-ran, Warb. Engineering ':" 5 General Engineering "' I Illini Union Committee can Missouri Valley Collegeg University of North 'Carolina GERALD LAWRENCE MANsEAcI-I, Fort Wayize, Ind. Division of Special Services Mk Management : Sigma Alpha Mu Indiana University l'i I ANITA MARIE MANSEIELD ,... ..... Chicago Commerce qi- 5 i Perronnel Man ement Busey Hall Herzl Junior College LESTER MAPES, JR. .,....... .Ogden Physicai Education Pbyriral Education Phi Epsilon Theta Epsilon 3 Freshman Varsity Basket- all Squad C11 Alva State Teachers' College CHARLES EDWARD MAREERRY ....., Caibanawle Liberal Arts and Sciences .Emnomicx Phi Beta Kappa Honors Day C2, 31g University of Illinois Scholarship Key Southern Illinois University PAUL LEo MARCINKOSKA ...,... Marplayrbmia Commerce Accounlanry Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day ll, 2, 31 L University of Illinois Scholarship Key University of Pennsylvania LEONARD JOSEPH MARCUS .,.. .... It Iaywaaa' Commerce Accaaniancy Alpha Epsilon Pi Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Fresh- man Varsity Wrestling Squadg Varsity Wrest- ling Squad 12, 5? 139 ,gs 11z61,K1r, ,i E 1f1,1- fligx 2' if , aw 1 A ,,,,:. R, ,ig ' il li 15512 V 1 5 I . 1 11 3 1 2 1 1,11 1.1. 13 We F 2-11' ,,..,.... ,, E., "-- I 1 re 1 I 1'. .Vf: 'lil I 212 ,,,2, I i"" ii li? A11 A V , gig Qi' A,,. 1-1 :1-4 , " I Rel ,.:- , ' '--'4""" I4 ' 1 . ' ,,,. 2 Q51 iz , 3 7 xV:f 1 . Z7 ,iii 5 I 1 ' wi 1, 1 1: 11 1 1 1 l I I 11 3 S I iii R il fi 1 E Q 'ilj if i A . 121 fi: . 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Lil K? any I 1 ' 1 ri illglil l "I 'i 'ik Q I I ll If i f 511 ,I je 2 Wil 5 113 will i i q'f1i11gl1l5 ,il S1155 QE ill ' i mii 9' '25 5511 65 A all lil, N 'Ile "iii 51 if , 3, X31 my 1' TF I iwksiw I 11 I 11,15 11 f ,II Rell? V me hill Sd U15 A1 EW! iirsiiisisafe 11,115 22fy1f1i11Ifg911i?i1 1 "?4i'1'1'121A if 15, 1 in 11f1S35,,:I,'t 5 f SfRiR6Wiisf114 Tl i5i?3'lfifi elf Qi ia , 1 11, 3 . , , 1 1 1 1,: 1 ,I EEE ,wi .az .-1 1 0112, GERALD MARGOLIS ......... .... C bimgn Commerce Accorznfing Men's Residence Hall MARILYN RUTH MARKEL ............ Chimgn Physical Education Phyrical Education lsh House Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Sigma Nug Physical Education Majors' Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig House President Q37 Honors Day Q11 Marketing Clubg Foo il Manager Q3Jg Men's Glee Club Q15 Northeast Junior Collei Rockford 'College 15' STANLEY RUSSELL MARKS, 4-"-"1 Division of Special Q A En glirh Four Columns 3 The Daily Illini iz, 51 etiim staff, "Patience", "Joan of "The Corn Is Green" 3'- Honors Day Q1, 2, 53 University of Ohio WILBERT MARKS . .. .,......... Harney Division of 1,1 lServices Barinefr :mgemenz Zeta Beta Tau .LL l 1 we CLEMENT MARLEY ,....,..... .... Nolaami: journalism Advertiring , La Coterie li House President Q33 ' Honors Day QU University of Missouri l gl , 1 EARL FRANKLIN MARLN .,,,,,,,, K,1m,1g Marketing nagemenz Tara Hall Marketing Clubg ' fi l resident Q41 Illinois Collegeim gi ii i 4, gal 1 i, I 1 1111 1 11 li 'Fil ill ,1,i1,iif1 ENRIQUE EDLIARDO iigimilliii EQ Carla Rim Fine and A rc hire ctu ral E ' T"" Texas Universityg Iowa State " JOHN STRATTON MARTHALER, Beaver Darn, ll'7i.1'. Commerce Accountancy Shangrai Lodge Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club University of Wisconsin 1 1, I -5 I ifiiiil 11511 1 iiii1i 1w lR Y iiiliil V1 1 11,23 ifiifillm liigii iii. 551111 11 k ill lift? 11111, 1 2 1 1 ll I5 ' llifiilll 131111 11 5 ti 111 'liij ll lies 21 W I 3 I 5 11 flllfl, - 22 ,1 ' Al l 9,5 if T iiil11il5j. ii f ij ,I liliiill 5 159 3 Lili? I 511 112511 1511 1 11 1 111 SQ I if H51 1-iii iiiii, 'Q Zlglimiiliiil lil I A 155122, 5 21 2 l Bl l 1ii111iii1l1111l11i1 1 l 'ii ggkfg 1555651 Lili iii Gi ' lil 1 Il gtgiyls 12 1 iliii, 3? I 515?ll11l ii S Q 1 i ggi! lgll125il IEEE 1 ESI I 11111111111 1 ite R fi Lis GORDON ELBERT MARTIN ......... ..,Yale Engineering Mechanical Engineering Honors Day Q37 Massachusetts Institute of Technology JAMES EDWARD MARTIN ........... Martinfon Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematic: Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day Q11 . ,H 1,1 mf. MARYJANE MARTIN ,..... .......... C hit-ago '1' 5 Fine and Applied Arts Mari: Kappa Delta Illini Union Committee Qllg Women's Glee Club Q15 3 University Chorus Q21 g WILL Q21 MILLICENT VRRNIR MARTIN,. .Lacania, N. H. Agriculture Home Eronomicr Simmons College ,1 Ei,. , IZ: f!,,.,,i I 11 ROBERT MARTIN .............. .... P era i' Commerce Industrial Adminiitrazion Northwestern University ALICE CELIA MARTZ ................ Chiraga Liberal Arts and Sciences Barleriology Presbyterian Hall Illini nion Committee Q43 g Rifle and Pistol -' - L, "1 'ggi gg .. 111. ,.,.,. i f SHIRLEY I-IARTMAN MASEMORE ....... Durand Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Pri-Der MARY LUCILLE MATHEWS ..... Ean St. Louis Liberal Arts and Sciences Clinical Psychology Graduate House Alpha Lambda Deltag Psi 'Chi Honors Day Q1, 2Jg University of Illinois Scholarship Key JAMES GEORGE MATT ........ ..... C hicagn Engineering Electrical Engineering Men's Residence Hall Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Taug A.I.E.E.g Engi- neering Councilg I.R.E. Honors Day C15 University of Chicagog University of Okla- homa WILLIAM EARL MATTSON .......... Florrnzoor Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta DePauw University 1 . J " ' . ..... Arhlancl 1 Commerce Economic: and Managerneni Stonehaven Phi Chi Thetag Marketing Clubg Gamma Delta MAUPIN .... Olemulgee, Olala. Engineering "" ic Engineering Delta Sig A.'C.S. 1 Engineeri ' jf'.15.5- Missouri School o and Metallurgy A we WILSON ATHANAS MAXIM .... Pontiac, Engineering Ceramic Engineering Epsilon Phi Sigma I.R.E.g A.I.E.E.g A.M.S.g The Illio fijg The Illinois Technograph 13, 413 House esident C45 of Detroitg Harvard University: setts Institute of Technologyg Uni- icago BARBARA ............... Danville Arts and Sciences Chemiitry Busey Iota Sig Honors versity GEORGE CHARLES MAY .......... .... C hicagn Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemirtry Alpha Sigma Phi Pershing Rifles Michigan State College Joi-IN FRANKLIN MAY ........ Piltrhurgh, Pn. Division of Special Services Burinerr Adrninivtraiion Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Psig Concert Band Honors Day QLD University of Alabama ROBERT LEE MAY ..........,.. ..... D upo Commerce Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day fl, 513 University of Illinois Scholarship Key RUSSELL VARNELLE MAY, JR. ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology Sigma Nu Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad Honors Day ill University of Chicago CARL HJALMAR MAYER, JR .... ..... W ilmeiie Engineering Mechanical Engineering Alpha 'Chi Rho A.S.M.E.g Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squadg First Regimental Band Q21 9 University Orchestra Q21 NORMAN FREDERICK MAYER. .Danville Commerce S Management Theta Chi A Chairman, Mother's Day C4 Illini Union Council f4Jg Illini Uni ' Commitee C3, 43 Honors Day fl, 21 CHARLES MAYFIELD ....... Sherman Agriculture General Agriculture HARRY WALTER MAYI-IEW ......... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry and Mathematicr Lundgren House Alpha Phi Omegag M.I.A. Executive C Q25 3 Production Staff, "Guest in the House Ohio State University DONALD MICHAEL MAZENKO .......... Benld Engineering Mechanical Engineering Delta Upsilon A.S.M.E. Montana School of Minesg University of Washington JOSEPH LIONEL MAZER .... Birmingham, 'Ala. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Epsilon Pi Pi Tau Sigmag Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day 42, 533 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Dr. Robert G. Bone, the Director of the Divi- sion of Special Services, is a descendant of pioneer Illinois families who settled around Springfield before 1820. He attended the College of Woos- ter, from which he received an A.B. degree in 1928. During the following three years he in- structed in the American College in Alexandria, Egypt, during his last year there he was acting president. After receiving his M.A. in 1932 he spent two years at Lincoln College as Professor of History. Director Bone attended classes at the University of Vienna, University of Frei- burgim-Breisgau, the Sorbonne, and Oxford. In 1937 he received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. Dr. Bone has been a member of the History Department of this University since 1934. .f 7-f . . H ...,,-W. ,,,,a:x, .:,,.:f.a..-ii . 3 is.:.f,a1.,..-f:.i:::.,.1-:,. -wa.. Zvlaim 0 Dean Robert Bone In 1942, he was granted a leave of absence from the University to join the Army Air Forces. After helping establish some universities in the European Theater of Operations as a member of the staff of the Theater Headquarters Army University Cen- ters Section, he Went to the one opened at Shriven- bam, England, as Head of the History Department. After this university closed, he was sent to Ger- many to help supervise the education program there. Upon his return to civilian status in 1946, Dr. Bone returned to the University of Illinois, where he is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Division of General Studies as well as the Director of Division of Special Services. aria! :Seaview . . . J The Division of Special Services for War Vet- erans, which has been established by the faculty and the Board of Trustees of the University of llli- nois, is the University's answer to the specific ques- tion, "What can we do to be of greatest service to veterans who wish to come to the University of Illinois?" It is a pioneering educational venture, breaking traditional educational policies, and allow- ing for an educational freedom which will best serve the needs of individual students. The Division offers veterans an opportunity to reorient themselves academically through refresher work, reduced programs, and selection of courses, to move directly toward an educational objective by adding appropriate subjects to previously ac- quired credit, to attain an educational objective which involves subject matter offered in several colleges. Accordingly the Division administers the educational programs of veterans whose special needs are not met by existing curricula, and can certify such students for the Bachelor of Science degree. In addition, the Division studies the needs of returning veterans and informs the veteran of all the various services of the University. It helps him find a curriculum which will best satisfy his purpose, and processes the records of all veterans receiving aid through the G.I. Bill. This year it has processed records for the 12,000 veterans on the Urbana campus. The enrollment in the Division is over 2,000 for the school year 1947-1948. One office of the Division, under Assistant Direc- tor Frank A. Bridgewater, acts as a clearing house for claims, complaints, personal matters, and the usual problems brought to a dean's office. Another ofiice of the Division, under Assistant Director Edward T. Sanford, handles veterans' claims for subsistence and tuition. Miss Kathryn Maud Gwinn is in charge of a service program for married vet- erans and their wives. Dr. janet Smith is the Di- rector of the Nursery School for veterans' children. The Armory a.. ska naw, .Re . ,, ,l , ,ggaag SEHK., ef? tg... .... ... . '. ry gg aa . S1 r 1: '-5iE'tE".'i1W 'Agfa- DWARD ANDREW MCBROOM ....... Kankakee -air, .as-1. 1 tagw al Y X in T Pa 5 5 , l if .o.a,egya,a. .155 . r'-' wax : aaa f.f,ai:.-Q n'?N3'ai ,4 vabai, ' va f jaw an-,r ,Iggy f Division of Special Services eneral Curriculum -maf1w,-Iwi!-fw. . W' A' ' .,A , 14 .I-asvqtfzf, 3ig,aqgsQe5'q14aa5,.ga ,- -'aa , ' ia ga g 7. 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If ta aa , 5 EE. magaolr .nav .aa A Alga e? T . 25 , ggm a aaa, - : As gg , 3, 24 lg wi M WILLIAM EDWARD MCCARTHY. . go I. Ee as nge ,, nz En i,,,,,.,,,,, WE? , 1 fgifl, i f Mechanical 1.34.12 , jk 'fkieifreia . . 'fa Illini Club E , if a.. ' A f. ra I1 if rs.- ' iiiiigi .S.M.E.g House President .I.A. Ex- H 3 5 ,f . N ,. 'wav gym' Q A I . r . utive Council CU , New ub in 'E - " 'K ' " f Til'-if if'vf'i5? . ' Siieiafir .a ' a - sffagaf, .V a a, ' s ga . fa+. ,ae.,- THEODORE IRVIN MCCA - .. ...Urbana ' -A . ' 'im .412 -.1 -ei. 132. :W A Ucul ,Q a, ,Wai f,g,a, QI 5, r ig., ' -an f, S .ca aaaagfauaa ,A A ag. . ,e a . Saw. i. J' A e Wai- A rzcaltural omzcr A ei K Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Gam otag Agricultural geeeaig- ,li It i a , ,, rg filings? Club 5 34252532 w aa agaggg i gigg. Honors Day Q15 ., 'a z ' , ay ' if w e is: Q ' L: -. tk ' ', , A ' 'F 'vf l , ?'. L ,. .' K3 . l ctmsiiggd l iifiliiii - T R NN LU L M CA E C b' ,eg , aww ! O I E cu. 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Piqua, Ohio Fine and Applied Arts Architecture University of Notre Dameg Massachusetts Institute of Technology ERWIN ARKELL MCCRAW. .. .Manficello Agriculture General Agricallare Agriculture Club , Day UA 55 nois State Teachers' College wa 5- ..':4.fw::s,,-113' Zmnvf 1 -415 Qin. male..:f1.zaA":."2P.-w:Awaf:fza.'a1Ksz'WA- a . , aw -:tiff 'li ft I, PATRICIA WALLACE MCCREARY. .. .. .Chicago Agriculture Horpiial Dietetic: Leinad Manor Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day G7 DONALD THOMAS MCDANIEL... ...Urbana 'Commerce Accountanry Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade, Account- ancy 'Clubg Captain, University Brigade Honors Day Q17 LLOYD JOHN MCELHINEY .... .... T ampico Agriculture Agrirultural Education Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horn Club RICHARD EDMUND MCGRATH .... Grand Ridge Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.g I.A.S.g Pershing Riflesg Newman ROEERT FINLEY MCGREGOR .......... Chiraga Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Joliet junior College JOHN ROBERT MCGUIRE ..... .. .Eureka Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha I.A.S. Honors Day KZ? Eureka College 1-in .. a.Eegq..e.-Y MJ... .,. MWA, ,Ia in fl M ze RICHARD josEPH MCGURK ......... Wilrnetfe Division of Special Services Radio Tara Hall Illinois College WILLIAM BERNARD MCINERNEY ....,. Chicago Commerce Management 1 J X ,A . ' X L , 'Z '4 os . ................. Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech Correction Alpha Gamma Delta Cast, "Everyman", "Trojan Women"g Pro- duction Staff, "Antony and Cleopatra" DePauw University ...... , ......... Cope. C ole. Agriculture t Agricnllttre . DWIGHT ALWIN MCKABNEY .... Wichita, a 9 Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Cast, "Three Penny Opera" University of Wichita We it ef fill. 4 ft NORMA I 5 We KEAN ............. Fairmount 'ii' I 1 Arts and Sciences . Humanitier 438 Pa a cw ,Q .f LL' QM r 1, I., Q 1 3 I :life Ai? F::5?'P.RM 5' :.25ie51Qf1g9f ll 1! i Y I, K git time PATRICIA ANN McKEE ..............,. Peoria Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Derign Sigma Kappa W.A.A. Bradley University DORIS RITA MCLANR .......... ...Redaick Agriculture Foodr and Nutrition Busey Hall Phi Upsilon Omicrong Illini Union Committee U, 31 MARY JEAN MCLAUGHLIN, ....... ...Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic! Pi Beta Phi Mortar Boarclg Torchg Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag President, Illini Uniong Soph- omore Cotillion Comrnitteeg Freshman Frolic Committeeg Illini Union Board Q3, 41 g Illin i Union nci uncil DRY fl, 2, 33 JEAN ELDON McMAIIoN .........,.. Decatur Division of Special Services Indarlrial Management james Millikin University JAMES CHARLES MCMAHON .... . . , .Tonica Education Social Stadier Honors Day Q11 ANN JANE MCNAMARA .... Liberal Arts and Teacher Training ' Englirly Cagle Hall Alpha Lambda Delta The Illio .Sfrealo fl 21 r House President Q41 Il, 2, 5, 41 g P1 Opera" Honors Day fl, 2 MCNAMARA. , .... . Union 'Committe E Staff ' 'Three Penny Commerce Accountancy State University ALBERT MEADOW ............ .. . Commerce Management Lundgren House Marketing Club DePaul University ROBERT MEISENHEIMER ..... .... C enzral Engineering Electrical Engineering Newman Hall i Electronics Club 13, 41 University of Wisconsin IRVING MELNII-2 , ..,. ..........,.... D ei Division of Special Services Bzzrinefr Adminirtration Sigma Alpha Mu 1 Rs, . ix, H Y W gif ifmgl' ji5i'' aE 5. 'f 'rHo MENDENHALL, JR .......... Champaign in gsg gg ii ji Division of Special Services if 'iw E3 ii' if ,ii ii gg gg gf il liitlii' Matloematicr i i. 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HAROLD MEYER, JR. .......... .. ...Auror Engineering General Engineering Annex Hall A.S.M,E. Iowa State College JOHN MEYER .................... Belleville Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Kappa Sigma The Illio fljg The Daily Illini f2Jg Inter- we fraternity Executive Council QZ, 513 Illini Union Board C31 Syracuse University -E, NORMAN CHARLES MEYER. . . . .... Chicago S Engineering Mechanical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi Skull and Crescentg Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E. 5 Football Manager KBJQ House President GD Honors Day 131 ROBERT EDWIN MEYER ......... Crercent City Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Agricultural Education Clubg Dairy Production Clubg The Illinois l , . . TROY LESTER MEYER ...... ......... H illriew Physical Education Phyrical Education MAYNARD HOWARD MEYERS ......... 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Springfield Division of Special Services Merlaanical Engineering Acacia Illini Board of Control Mig The Illio fljg House President Q45 Carleton College LESTER MILLER, JR. ................ Belleville Physical Education Playrieal Education Kappa Sigma Delta Theta Epsilong Tribe of Illinig Fresh- man Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Squad Cl, 21, Letter fl, 21 Honors Day fl, 21 LOWELL ERNEST MILLER ...... Commerce Management Back Inn . . . .Milford Spanish Clubg Accountancy 'Clubg Marketing Clubg Y.M.iC.A. MARSHALL IRA MILLER ........ Journalism Advertising Noble House North Park Junior College WENDELL 'CUSHMAN MILLER, ... .Clairago Lake Hiawatha, N. I. Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Antioch Collegeg New York University WILLIAM RUSSELL MILLER. 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Em: St. Lonir Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Evans Hall Zzta Phi Eta College of St. Francis ARTHUR LOWELL MOBERLY ........ Hammond Division of Special Services Acconntunry Sigma Phi Epsilon North West Missouri State Teachers' Col- V ww ' , ,T 1 X A VV V. -V -- -V t ,AV , t A 'x 1 'Q .. T ENLOE FRED MOEHLENKAMP ...... Okrzwrille Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Caisson Club DAVID ROBB MOFFET ............ Monmouth Division of Special Services VEnglirlJ Alpha Tau Omega Concert Band fl, 25 5 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Q35 Honors Day QU S 1 V32 l iri- V .V RQHERT WARREN MOFEET .... ...Moderfo Agriculture Animal Science Brentwood Manor Hoof and Horng Agriculture Club Honors Day Q55 Illinois College MILLICENT MAY MoIfrE'rT ..VV.V ...Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirly Alpha Delta Pi French Clubg The Daily Illini 1359 Tempo VV W ' " ' L " "Tl - mg E35 me e 2 e gg . Y, . orraine 53- ' " f--. 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The Citadel MARY VIRGINIA MOORE Peoria Agriculture Home Emnonzzu McKinley Hall Alpha PI Delta Home Economics Club Brigade Cbampmgn Commerce Marketing Phi Delta Theta Marketing Club Interfraternity Efcecutxve JANE MOINAHAIN Damzlle Liberal Arts and Sciences Pvgrbology Cagle Hall Council 125 MONROE Clazmga Englneeung omahawk Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad Gymnastics Squad Armour Institute of JOAN PERI INIOINTOR Flzubfng N Education Elemenfmy EdIlt'llfl077 Maryville College lnxvm FRANCIS MORELLO Liberal Arts and Cbemfm German Club Concert Band CU Honors Day Q1 3 Ha 1 HARLES Bloomington Agriculture Agrirultzue A nal University JOYCE CYNTHIA MOORE Hzllfbom Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryrholagg The Mansion William Woods College KENNETH RAYMOND MOoRr Hnfmbmg Fine and Applied Arts Music Delta Sigma Phi Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Concert Band fl 2 41 University Orchestra C1 2 3 Men s Glee Club Q13 Honors Day C33 gricultural Education Club BI r'IY Srrsu MORIWIAKI Liberal Arts and Gealohy Shefheld Lodge Cyclothem Club W A A H nnrs Day fl 2 31 DAVID GRATIOT MORRIS Liberal Arts and Play: rr S gma Alpha Epsilon Phi Eta Sigma Basketball Manager U Trl lllmi Union Committe CU Honors Day QU RAIPI-I NORMAN MORRISETT Spfznmvl Division of Special Services A1Cl7llEfllt1f? 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' ....... ..... . ' 9 ' 9 ' , 1 Z , , L Lf! I The Illio Q1, 2, 31g F. Union Committ e , - -1 - K H, .. h Qmcer .. , IX y,,. ...1. I li ll . 5 1 Z A -S I In , , S , : I , , 9 , " 1 " . 3 L . .- .Z . 3 , , , , Z , .. , , ,. .. - , , , ' ' A ' nl.. -.-- .-.--... Director Kuypers was born in Rotterdam, . . . glow! of Holland and came to this country in 1914. He received his high school and college education and most of his musical education in this country. In 1926 he graduated from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. Upon graduating from Carleton he joined the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. ln 1932 he became Director of Music at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. There he developed a strong music department as Well as the Well-known Hamline Choir which under his direction toured extensively through- out the midwest. In 1942 Director Kuypers Was invited to come to Cornell University as an acting associate professor to reorganize all the musical organizations. Director Kuypers was made chairman of the Department of Music at Cornell in 1944 and he became a full professor in 1947. Director john Kuypers To his Work in the School of Music Director Kuypers brings a Wide experience in the field of practical music. While he was at Hamline Univer- sity, Director Kuypers organized and directed the Pro Musica Sinfonietta of St. Paul, an organization composed of fifteen members of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestrag during this time he also served as guest conductor of the Minnesota Sym- phony Orchestra. At the School of Music Director Kuypers is mainly occupied with administrative duties but he finds time to direct the University Orchestra as Well as the University of lllinois Sinfonietta. Director Kuypers is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society and many music education groups. ULJLC . . . The study of music was first offered in the Uni- versity of Illinois in 1872-73. Since then it has been taught continuously here. The teaching of music was organized as a department until 1894, being part of the work of one of the undergraduate col- leges. In 1894 the courses were reorganized, and Mr. C. W. Foster of Champaign was made director. At this time we began giving certificates of gradu- ation in Music. The following year the work was organized as a School of Music with Walter Howe jones as Director. Mr. jones remained at the Uni- versity until 1901. He was succeeded as Director of the School of Music by Professor Fredric Law- rence in 1903 who remained until 1910. Following Professor Lawrence came Professor Charles Henry Mills, and his successor was Professor john Law- rence Erb who joined the staff in 1914 and resigned in 1921. Frederic Benjamin Stiven was made Di- rector of the School of Music beginning in the fall of 1921, and he served until his death in january of 1947. Director Stiven's induction in 1921 co- incided with the dedication of the Smith Music Building, and the greatly increased physical facili- ties helped very much to stimulate growth and de- velopment of the School of Music. During Mr. Stiven's tenure the School of Music became a part of the College of Fine and Applied Arts in the fall of 1931, and graduate work in Music was offered for the first time in 1939. John Marinus Kuypers was made Director of the School and Duane A. Branigan Assistant Director in the fall of 1947. The School of Music now embraces 225 full time undergraduate students and about forty graduate students in addition to several hundred part-time students who come in from other colleges. The present faculty numbers forty-five including the Walden String Quartet whose members are mem- bers of the faculty as well as artists in residence. Smith Music Hall ' "-- - ffesqggar-xg ' ai, 1- ni a t jam In... 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QF : gf M M 2 .3355 5 'I W 'ag "Wifi " 'I 54 :j553i,ii5-3 in f' iff R-1 -' " 1 , ' ','. . , :aeials1f'4f1fi-fifqfya.Q ai HONVARD JOHN NELSON ...... .. .Liiile York Engineering Mechanical Engineering College Hall Monmouth College ROBERT WILLIAM NELSON .... . . .folier Commerce Arfoantanry Joliet Junior College .. , ' r ., V i ,.,. ' , ,iq RUTH LINNEA NELSON .............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma The Illio Q13 g Illini Union Board 153 WILFRED EUGENE NELSON, .. .. .Peoria Commerce Management Delta Phi Concert Band fl, 2, 3, 45 Honors Day GJ . at . on, 4. , E i me SIHIELDON ALEX NEMERovsIcI ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirffy Tau Epsilon Phi Honors Day KZ? DOMENICO JOSEPH NERI ............ Chicago Division of Special Services Zoology Men's Residence Hall -R . ,i w I l. SIIIRLEY NERMAN ,......... Kanfax City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Clzemiflry Beau Chateau House President f3J Honors Day Q41 Kansas City Junior College ADELE NETTER ,....... Far Rockaway, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Eronomicf Evans Hall Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg The Illio fllj The Daily Illini f2Jg Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth" A M5 W 352 DORIS JANE NEUMANN ............ Kanlaaheo Agriculture Home Economic: Evans Hall Home Economics Club Q3, 41 g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet C41 5 Plow Boy Prom 'Committee Q31 3 Y.W.C.A. C3, 41 Honors Day C31 MacMurray College ,JEANNE CLAIRE NEVILLE .......... Gmyflalee Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh Delta Delta Delta Tempo 431g Illini Union 'Committee Carleton College . .Rurhoille Agriculture Home Economic: Evans Hall Phi Upsilon Omicrong Omicron Nug Home Economics 'Club Cl, 2, 3, 41 g Baptist Student 'Council 131g Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback" Honors Day fl, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key KT NEWBY. ......,. Burhnell Commerce arketing Beta Theta il Ma-Wan-Dag 4 Marketing Clubg The Illio Cl, 31, Manager Q41 g The Daily Illini Q41 5 Y. . fl, 2, 3, 41, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 12, 413 Founda- tion KES1 iii 'lef Illinois State Normal University MAURICE EDWARD NEWLON. Journalism Aaloertiring The Daily Illini 43, 41 I iii ANNETTE NEWMAN ,... . . .Chicago Education Hirtory Delta The Q21 NATALIE SELMA NEWMAN ........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Englirh Reenah House President C31 5 Illini Union Committee 61 1 Hillel Foundation Honors Day Q31 Northwestern University RICHARD JOSEPH NEWMAN ..... .... C hzcago Journalism Adnerliring RUTH BARBARA NEWMAN ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Hoste House Illini Union Committee Q21 g Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback" YVONNE EILEEN NEWTON ............ Elhurn Physical Education Phyrical Education Evans Hall Physical Education Major's Club, W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I, Physical Edu- cation Board 141 ARCHIE JOHN NICHOLS ....... .... C hicaga ' Commerce Economicr Club Topper Alpha Kappa Psig Epsilon Phi Sigmag House President Q11 CHARLES WESLEY .Shabhona Vocalional Alpha Gamma Rho Pershing Ritlesg Alpha Alphag Agricul- ture Club Q1, 2, 5, , Agricultural Educa- tion Club f2, 3, M.C.A. fl, 2, 5, 41 g The Illinois 41, 2, 3, 41 5 Chair- man, All Field Dayg Interfrater- nity Executive 13, 41 NICKELL ....... Prarr, Kan. Fine and Applied Arts Archileclural Engineering THOMAS ANDREW NICKELI., Purley Surrey, England Division of Special Services Political Science Phi Gamma Delta Pierrotsg Cast, "Twelfth Night", "Faustus", "The Women", "Love Rides The Rails", "The Corn Is Green" g Production Stalf, "The Women" PI-IYI.I.Is ANN NICKELSON ,......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Lambda Deltag Illini Union Committee 41, 2, 51 5 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Honors Day Cl, 31 MARION EDITH NICHOLSON ........ Shabhona Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh Sheffield Lodge Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg House Presi- dent Q41 Honors Day CZ, 31 Northern Illinois State Teachers' College 155 University Brigade Honors Day Q51 A.S.M.E. EDXVARD LEE NIEMAN ...,..... ...Dnfw Engineering Pbyrici Honors Day fl, 21 HARRIET MAE NIFONG ...... ...... C czrlinnille Agriculture Foodr and Nutrition Busey Hall Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics 'Club f2, 5, 41g Women's Glee Club g . . . . o f31 YWCA Hon rs Day 12, 31 James Millikin University J Liberal Arts and Sci H iftor y Alpha XI Delta Cast, "Anything Goes"g W jfgz nion Co:-we mittee fl, 2, 41 55 QM? 5 I 1 Be , if E wi 5' I1 ALBERT ROYAL NOLAN : ........... Lani-If Engin Electrical ering Varsity Track Squad Varsity Baseball Squad Q21 3 Concert Ban ' , 2, 5, 41 5 First Regimental Band Cl, Z, 41g Men's Gln' Club KZ, 5, 41 PAUL ROBERT NOLAND .....,.... ..... Lam-ff Agriculture General Agri ulzfnre r Phalanxg Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horn: Cavalry Oliicers' Clubg Second Lieutenant, Blackburn College ROBERT KENNETH No 9115 Mechanic zneefzng Kappa Alpha Psi ef' U AH I fia- 1 J J. M ERNEST ROBERT NoR E1 47,510 Fine and Architect 4" Sigma Nu i ,,- ,te--if . . , fyn U81 at ll 11E?e'fiI.f54 .A'5.:. . nf., r EISA' aawannvf U wwf: t Gargoyleg A.I.A. Honors Day f21 Syracuse University JAMEs EDWARD NORMAN ......., AI1n'pby.rb0fn Fine and Applied Arts Arclaifecfzzre Gargoyle Washington Universityg Southern Illinois University 156 , ,t 5 f . Y I PHYLLIS JEAN NITscHE ...... . . gg, grin , , A L oz it f P wi J ii . I I M . LAWRENCE GEOFFREY NORRIS ....... Cenfrfzlin Engineering Electrical Engineering Newman Hall A.I.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nu Honors Day 141 Michigan State Collegeg University of Mich- igang North Carolina State College CHARLES WRIGHT NORTH, JR. ...... Ewznfron Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Northwestern Universityg Michigan State , CHARLES JAMES NOTI-I ............ Oak Perle Division of Special Services Commerce Chi Psi Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Squad 12, 31, Letter 121 g Freshman Basketball Squad University of Wisconsin SHIRLEY CLAIRE NOVACK ...... Ear! St. Lani: Journalism Advertifing Delta Phi Epsilon Torchg Illio Q21 g Daily Illini fl, 21 g House President f31g Pan-Hellenic Executive 'Coun- cil 131 5 Illini Union Committee 11, 21 g Cast, "Anything Goes" ROBERT ANTHONY NOVAK ......... Riuerride Division of Special Services Commerce Delta Phi The Citadel ROBERT XVAYNE OATEs .......,.. Ammzpiian Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Y! 52 W' 'ff' M . F N Tewaieea Q 'i 1 32 1 Z PEGGY O'BRIEN ................... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economic! Kappa Alpha Theta Shi-Ai, Home Economics Club, French Clubg XV.A.A.g Illini Union 'Committee Cl, 2, 41g Pan-Hellenic Council Q21 JAMES MICHAEL O'BYRNE ,..,... .Champaign Commerce Cammercial Law Phi Delta Theta Varsity Football Squad 121 Honors Day 12, 31 e ...air I I ,-1 R I .Wf- A' .I -Ie-1..i.: u,5 E as MARGARET ELLEN O'DONNELL .... Champaign Engineering Melallargiaal Engineering Alpha Lambda Deltag M.I.S. Honors Day fl, 2, 35 1 University of Illinois Scholarship Key HAROLD OELKE ................... Wlaeamn Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtory Noble House German Clubg Y,M.C.A. Honors Day fl, 23 Michigan State 'College SS 5' ' ....... jofvnrton Cily ' Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Nabor House Alpha Tau Alphag Agriculture Clubg Rural Life Clubg House President f4Jg Senbuiy Foundation 55-,:,.f:sfaQf-fa, .. .., ., , OKON .,...... . . .C himga Arts and Sciences " cal Engineering Newman Clu h-E- X' BETTY OLANDER ..,......... . 4 T . .Ur Commerce Accountancy Hilcrest Alpha Lambda Deltag Accountancy Clubg House President ..,, ill Day fl, 2, 53 3 University of Illinois Key 'DOXWIELL ......... ,, ,Urbana Commerce Managemenf Lambd Alpha 4 Marketing Club ,. -f.' :.-si i Q nfl 5421 R 1 9' N RM: .iss A 'E iw. , 'WL + if A kt A L ,gf 'I 1 I Hx 4? L i A , I ,...,. no-Y .,,. LAXVRENCE MARSHALL OLDs .......... Albany Division of Special Services Efononzicr Psi Upsilon Augustana College ELMER OLEF AARON OLESON, JR .... Rantanl Journalism Advertiring Theta Chi Alpha Delta Sigmag American Legion Illinois XVesleyan University: University of lnclianag University of Louisville DONALD BENJAMIN OLLVER, JR ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences German Chi Psi German Clubg Illini Union Committee fllg WILL f5, 41 FLOYD OLSEN .. ,........... .... I anring Education Mathematics Thornton Junior College GRACE HELEN OLsEN .....,. . ..... Evanrran Journalism Adverliring Mansion Kappa Tau Alphag Illini Union Committee iv, 43 Honors Day MJ University of Chicago BERT LEONARD OLSON ..,.. .Cbimga Liberal Arts and Clyemirtr sigma Pi ,r German Clubg A.l.Ch. Newark College of rxgineering 5 ARD OLSON ...,.. ' Agriculture Dairy Technology :hnology Society DRY U7 Pasadena Junior College PAUL RICHARD OLsoN ............. Roi-iefon H Liberal Arts and Sciences Spa nit b if-iflir 5 V . ai. H -1:5525 .:A. ilii -so 'fan -I me 3 a-'ifZ3's:25 1: R xl-m 5 i wi' E s . Mi s is , 29 X ie jf R, Zig If .L' ii r'. .-.f 5 :s.i'g:51:g:. gs 1 T F i il, :g,,, ,A 5 X l T is 55 3 iii X 1, igii rear airy ig 5? ii rig C Phi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Kappag Spanis! Clubg Sigma Delta Pi Q Iiil- 5 ii' L iii T N ' ' ' Honors Day fl, 2, 35 V . I, l W lx gi, f ROBERT WARRIEN OLSON ..... ..,Cbimgn F! i t Commerce X535 Z? Management ' 4 f Marketing Clubg Accounting Clubg First Lieu L E555 g tenant, University Brigade iii DONALD WHITWELL OMOHLINDRO, Conway. Ark Commerce .Marketing and Management Phi Sigma Kappa Illio L17 15 Witt :Ui n iii iii ii, iii 3 , is Ea ' if as i his Q . if-: 5 - 9 ., 'QA 531:-"fire it - 4 is F922 :-fll'::.r L : f i Yl E I 5 WEEE? . i.. , ci, 5 ,Digita Q25 it is .C 35 Q21 s 1 1422 Wi? siliiiii Q, fE,i it it ggi? gf i ix: I iii I ia 3: iiiiifiii 5 Sig? ii 5 il: ' , xi Sig ii ' , I. A ,ia 5 A At 5. We ,.. 2. 1. I , ,554 W X .. I M a la, .f fe. 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Ozark Liberal Arts and Sciences Econornicr Alpha Kappa Lambda Pierrotsg Men's Glee Club f2, 41 5 First Lieu- tenant, University Brigadeg Cast, "The Farm- er's Daughter" g Production Staff, "Romeo and Juliet" RODERTA JEAN OPLINGER ....... , Liberal Arts and Psychology Pi Beta Phi versity ,, I 0,5 he of 1 pity A A f H2524 I I A ' or 5311 t 'Y N 'rig' ss- na Gulf Park Collegeg Ja Uni- igsie' ri in f Q gf xi ll? Jrflaiii sk A 4 is 2 ' I -, ' ' . " Qs .ii ERNEST EUGENE Par, Md. 6. A J, . , fswgierrar ,I ?r . . an f ,. of ,i,,, .A . ,:, .:. , . . . -,,., N. . Division of S f 'i l Services is If -XLW SJW I -iff' 'Q f ZEN M21 5-l.-'z"i"E. rs A. , ,fha -' Fiomatgg 9 lr flier' V 7 if ,f 33 , ' c ga f c' 7 22: iii if ,f 5 , igfii glgilii The Brown Thresh 'f 4225 5552- - , tif f F3455 gg. l 5 Agriculture Club YW sg! I M' V If 1 ,53 -1: NE' .rj Y - gi er w- f. T ec r a? -- .Q iff A W' ,, ' V- Wai. 'Q . ei .3 5 :ii l 'S tr . - iii aa , , 5 ,. I . "si- ."-,".,r:. ' . '..M 'N' v i HERBERT EUGENE ORENSTEIN.. , .... Mazzoorz I mf, so . 4 I Liberal Arts and Scienc s ' ' P I- ' - 5. ,, A -My 555,153 Y, u w ggi o ztlcal Science 5 air s Alpha Epsilon Pi sr i' e W . if - Ma' f- , .1 as. : rf -f. . . 1 . Marketing Clubg The Illio Q11 g I terfraternrty Vit X ,Q f:': ' 3 QzI - . as fr -, I J. Executive Council Q51 w ir7'W,f1Ie1f .'e,. ' ff, 1" Honors Day Q21 ' V , - : 5, - . e s as I AA E SI or i I n aar' rr ,. f 2 - 112. 2 'Y 1 2 A i t ' 'I . if ' CONSTANTINE DENNIS O t-' 4 ...... Chicago . ' .sq 2 E, Joum - ,J as az- . - J ? we E41 f Y ' A - - I A ' " - - American Legiong Tha?Ql 1y 111ml My ill-5FFl5JrQ 7-sriIfiil'TLf3Jiff":,f". , 1' if . .. 55:13 , ' f J A 1 If r 1'f '1- .i .. A fy' ffietl-:Elf fi 'L Q5??r75,fI fn- - M LN .,sggEfEr?ra3arsa12j.7i?g -. ' ara ri -'trail-Ame for ., n es is 5 Wifi W 5iJg3,,i ' 2 f'ks , Wafiq X 'T 1' ws rg -. or-ti s, TY an fre .sytqn . an so .. me wr ff ee' , ii,, A. .,... . ...W ' Fine anddiflif , EELFQJ rts Q 2 . I N fm ag, I . I , s E . "sf-jfif' 4. I Arclaireffam A J Honors Dev 41? 1' ' 11 Jo ret Junior Co ege . it I 17-afr1:1zf:wzfgn1. Yam asfnfzrregnnndgygfiyr it r r ' ce fer . 4 1 1 CHARLES OWEN ....... . ..... ...Erie, Pri. f "'-7 1511 Wilma .fills .fi-'2::i.,r :Qf::we.gcc,?- K MQ -.iSff.5?fsff.w' fini-' iilsiggaflaeiliigiie ,sz-Sz Mnnagem en y Universit of S racuse A rgffixeilliaifgsiliifffvgigaagtg it A a t , F i r A 53,4555 ,915 Qiifislezzfff-fire --'e A ftsyff gz .tg 1.5 .I rf'c2xs5i,-wwf if-5 ,M were f Q .of w,. ye ,S SZ, wr eo IW f MY' of ,Q lt 'Qlsffi 5552 ,fi caster, wfodjd A an on Q. .. ffifqq ff 951 159' 71 NAJQQVIY, ,grit X, 1' lil . V "LY, Lil , A if A 551 ' E, . IsAIAH HUDsoN OwENs .......... Gary, Ind. Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Defign Kappa Alpha Psi Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Football Squad 12, 3, 41, Letter CZ, 5, 41 RUBY LILLIAN OWENS .............. Chicago- Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Englirb Hoste House Northwestern University ,nsgesftat E , 1 .4g1. ,,,. , V " .V - ., at .,., FRANK TIMOTHY PACELLI ........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg General Manager, Illini Theatre Guildg Student Senate 141 3 Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Pi Delta Phig Sachem Sing Chairmang Cast, "Skin of Our Teeth", "King Lear", "Alcestis", "Joan of Lorraine"g Di- rector, "Candida" Central Y.M.'C,A. 'College DONALD NORMAN PAGE ............. Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Art Granada 'Club I Wilson Junior College GLORIA SUZANNE PAGLIARULO ...... Wilmerre Fine and Applied Arts Indurlrial Derign Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Deltag Illustratorsg The Illio C115 Senior Ball Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 31 g Y.W.'C.A. Cabinet Q31 Q Production StaE, "Anything Goes" Honors Day fl, 2, 31 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key GERALD JOHN PAGLIERO .... ...Clinlon, Ind. Commerce Accountancy Chi Gamma Iotag Phi Eta Sigmag Accountancy Club , I . M iv, .I , .af 1: for A EDWARD EMERY PAINE ....... ...Greenville Education General Science Blackburn Collegeg Illinois State Normal University JULIAN PALLASCH, JR. .............. Chicago Division of Special Services Bacteriology Men's Residence Hall House President 131 5 A.V.C. Wilson Junior College JOSEPH EDWARD PALMER ............ Rantool Division of Special Services Botany Theta Chi ROBERT LAWRENCE PANcoAsT ..... Champaign Commerce Accountancy Phi Kappa Sigma Accountancy Club' Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day fl 2 33' University of Illinois Scholarship Key - - OR PARISH. ....... ..... D eraiur Agriculture Teacher Training Bethany 'Circle Home Economics Club' Illinois Disciples' Foundation . . . .Aurora and Sciences Alpha Delta Illini Union North Central KENNETH HARVEY PARK. .Binghamton, N. Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathernatici Hamilton College DORIS PARsoNs .... Fairfield, Conn. Education in PhyJical Education Alpha Spanish , Physical Education Major's Club 4Jg W.A.A.g Y.W.C.A. WILLIAM DAVID PARSONS. . .Malta Bend, Mo. Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Sigma Nu I.A.S.g First Regimental Band 13, 43 Missouri Valley College PATSY MIRIAM PATCH ......... East St. Louix Journalism Editorial Shenwood Lodge The Daily Illini Cl, 23g House President 45, 47 EUGENE ALLEN PATcI-IETT ........... Dwight Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Nabor House Alpha Tau Alphag Y.M.C.A. ROBERT HENRY PATRICK ....... .. .Marengo Journalism Adoertixing Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta Sigmag Illini Union Council 121 BLAIR LEROY PATUR ................ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Phi Epsilon Pi JOHN DAVID PAULSEN ....... .Hinrdale Commerce Indurtrial Admin Production Staff, "Blythe 1 Honors Day Q11 5 TIN PAZMINO, Guayaquil, E Fine and Applied Arts lnduttrial Derign litan Club University of Notre Dame LEONARD PEARL ............. .... C hicago Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Herzl junior College MARVIN PECI-ITER ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Hinory junior Bar Association Herzl junior Collegeg Indiana University ALLEN LEE PEEK ..,........ Cincinnati, Ohio Education Mathematics, Chernirtry, and Phyticc Blackburn College 159 ,J I 2 .. , . , f Q 5 : WT . .5 I OSE MARY PEIFER ........ . ,..L1nco1n -,.,: g Commerce fi f , -. ' ,gf a K affix-'vfzf I ii ,gig ,ijigg Arcannlnnry w i., .ir 5 yigliigllrgi Illini Hall -" I" ii KI Ri 3 z ' W ' P N, If ', Quai - gr ,E ' E? E325 Lincoln College at 1 ge I A ' Y A 'X ilfir I griiigtgi, l ir igftgriili-R32 egg I 5 3 ,gif " Si 2 2 fiiiai Pl i gv - fjxfiii is QRS? E mi, if Ia .SET I ' was 5,2 25 get rg wil l xt 3 . g1 Arg aaj fnrgi , I fggg eg Q P al R.-Ii' ig! ., rf' 3 eat fr efiawia Ria we R I fb OEERT FLOOD PENNY .....,.. Earl St. Lam.. jr ,T ig If Liberal Arts and Sciences X V, . ggiii wgi 5 gi ix I . Bacteriology a at I .I - ea r re I 1- - A - eg , J Iggy! 'gr .RQ Wasliington University , ,w 3223 . rf . -.f as, -I , . 'I-is .v A w i at a t i 6,215 4, o l e s, . fee R ff, . .. rf' 5 .kh' gg.- ikbsf ' fa fs' I ' I 2 ,4 sl ' . ' -re' , gf as 5 gigiiii. . " -'f l fi sh: iifflilliw ,ag K' If E. . . ' li - E a? 1 . if -:" I " . Y 1 ,fi 1- hi C? ff .N 'Wir-PRS A2 ' rg Ei I a ai f' a r e Orrs DARREl.L PEPPLE ...... i aiset ti H5 2 g taffgfgif at I ig e l Agriculture I f' !.ia5fa'ig?3 ill iiff' gif , CNW! iil fl Eiiiiig . .fgi Tr' 'xi 3525 as ,, 7 E1 Eggs . EI: A 4 . A . 'Wits .I if ' f ,a f , ER A . A1 4 13 14 . w tf fa - i i are Eng i f gei gisgg' ,I 1 5. 32- A seag l rigaas it riis r sgiir Ir, , Q .. R I III? - t .Y ,Q fl ag ,F A lggylixilsi w ir ' ii i! 'iifrik ii ggf g ,P . 5' I ' fi 23553 fai r e ga : 2 5?Qfi5v'? , A :A v fi I 1' , ir-::a Ai ggi if ' 2 5 gin arg ri A I 3" T itiig r fa f fggt' RAYMOND PERLMAN...i ' .Sb6170Q'g!lI1, Wir. 5 A br 'K rg, Ar , . -32 ' -I wg V 5 ily., . I n g rit. Fine and Arts , :':1:fr ' A 5, Wm' f- M, -1, ' - TU , - ggi? 55 52 Adyertzfln hi rzgn 3- e t ,QV Phi Eta Sigmag Pershin - l'Hesg Illustrators: ., I e.. ri . fair est - , 'iij ig ggggg f jzerq A Cappella Choir 'rg rf. Honors Day 13? g Univers' of Illinois Schol- lif ' ., 37 ,5 i i ' - 'QS '52, :J:,:z9f4' 3 A I 'i sg ! ram, arshrp Key E 5? E ES QT A :I--:Q Erm a 2 it 5 5 - .. rar' f S H, ' 2 'i' E OSEPH ALLEN PERRY. . .Salt Lak' Guy, Utah I, ' ra mp-I 3 X ,E . " 'I pai ' 7 E are 4 Commerce "3 ' - . , 5 University of Syracuseg Universigly of Utah K' IA ' 5 at ' S5 41,12 P 'Q S, 5,1527 i fQ?2ii??fW3WEZ Ai R in taiiiizihiiiieeifl fi' , .RW E P." .aa Ar" awe of are 1- Q if :'S?'r -1 a . 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Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Phi Delta Theta. Tribe of Illinig Varsity Wrestling Squad 12, 41, Letter Q21 EVANGELINE CATHERINE PETTERS ..., Chicago Education Mari: Concordia Sigma. Alpha Iotag Arepog Concert Band GJ Q University Orchestra f21 WALTER WILLIAM PEURA. ..Mnrquef1e, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Politiml Science Concert Band UT Z First Regimental Band ,V, Orchestra. Q1 - A .erik QIQTQR is . 75 Qigsiversity of Illinois . , at JOHN CALVIN PEYROT .............. Cbirngo Division of Special Services Geology Colorado School of Minesg University of Tampa. PHILIP AUGUST PEYROT ..... ...Clairago Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club N 'R Q K , "f l . ER. 5, RE x -I Q :by Q mx? -sa, .Q , BERNARD LEE PFEPER ....... Kanrai City, Mo. Engineering Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Chi Gamma Iotag Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Taug A.I.E.E. Honors Day C31 3 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key University of Missouri SALLY JANE PEEFEER .......... .... L ebanon Liberal Arts and Sciences Frenrb Kappa Alpha Theta Phi Beta Kappa g Alpha Lambda Delta g French Clubg Spanish Clubg German Clubg The Illio f11g W.A,A.g Pan-Hellenic Executive Coun- cil Q31 Honors Day fl, 2, 31 3 Universit of Scholarship Key x Colorado College Nt - p .. ' i ' .A l-iss' 1 ' ,wa ii i, A ""i 'M HELPS. . . .... Chicago ' U N ' . K "?m'E'tM' T Journalism Advertixing Mansion A ND PHILLIPS ..... .... R oclafon! mi' vermin g cya, L-AQ MILDRED ANN PHILLIPS ,..... . .. .Mina - Education Matlaematirr Delta Delta Delta Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag Illini Union k 7Board Q41 g Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 31 3 M -Hellenic Executive Council 61, President I fl, 21 WORTH Day ILLIPs...Nottla Platte, Nell. gr and Applied Arts v ctlzral Engineering 7 1 If ' A M it, S' 'E' MSI!-1 i we PAUL PI-IINNEY ......,..... Springfielfl, Man. Physical Education Teacher Training in Playfical .Efinmtion Pi Kappa Phi 'Chi Gamma Iotag Delta Theta Epsilong Phi Epsilon Kappag Pershing Ritiesg Phalanxg Freshman Varsity Cross-Country Squadg Var- sity Track Squad 12, 3, 41g Varsity Cross- Country Squad 15, 415 Colonel, University Brigade Honors Day CZ, 31 BARBARA MAYO PHIPPS. .3 ....,.... Aliiyiwoal Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag French Clubg Produc- tion Staff, "Three Men On A Horse", "King Lear" DePauw University CLINT PICKETT, JR .,.. .... . ..... ..,. I t amz Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horn Club WILLIAM FRANKLIN PIcKRELL. . .. .... Buffalo i A Agriculture General Agticulttire Sigma Alpha Epsilon 5 fi 5 , iii I I Z H, it - ai 1, 461, tsl fs: v W . K ii :MZ 2' , RAYMOND PIECI-I ........,........, Cbimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Di1fi.rian of General Studie: Theta Xi to House President C31 g Illini Union Committee C31 , WILL U5 Honors Day C11 je ' -f,'.,. I git, X lk 'i t at 5 M F ,i ,we A Q14 Q A' A ,gg , t gist We IWW it lf? We Aigwi ,r Q gf? 4 9? ax I ROBERT JAMES PIERSOL ...... Sgasgilaampaign Engineering .Mechanical Engjfgiering A.S.M.E. Honors Day fl, 21 ,t- E fri. Egg tit I Z is ,ta L ,E it gd, .iii ,ta if si -J. . ,grim 4 . JAMES PIERSON .......... Hzllrboro Arts and Sciences . fi " Matlvematzrr f appa Sigma Beta Kappag Pi Mu Epsilong Phi Eta igma Honors Day fl, 2, 31 3 University of Illinoi L2 Scholarship Key OTTO JOHN PII-IERA .............,.. Cbimgai Physical Education Pbyiical Education I Delta Theta Epsilong Phi Epsilon KZPPHTPE' Tribe of Illinig Varsity Swimming Squad 13, 41, Letter KS, 41 MERLE PINDELL ..,............ Blaomingto Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Illinois State Normal University 9 fi ms-, I1 A i E 'i r ,.. . ELMER AUGUST PINTAR ........... Collinrfille Commerce Arconntanry Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club 161 5 -I. 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R .i E - i f.. 1 fa T25 a 63522 3' s ig sila f-A T iii. right? gif .4 ar E I .,-, 4, .1 'i gi 2 3 1 1 5: is 3, Z' A 1 . a ,.,. af-W i gif, 'fill s ' ,. . Q, l i 2 Ezra , , gg l ll E if ,a 4 -A 'bi a 2 reef, 1 5 as s . if ,.. 3, if 5 JOHN HENRY PITTROFF. . . .. . . . .Chicago Journalism Advertising Alpha Delta Sigmag Marketing Club: The Daily Illini Q45 CAMILLE JADWIGA PLACZEK .... , ...... Cir-em Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Englirh Evans Hall House President fljg University 'Chorus U, 2, 5, 41g Illini Union Committee Honors Day Q13 il, 23 .3 eef a GEORGE MATTOX PLATT .,..... Journalism Editorial Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Crescent: Editor, The Illio 1455 Q esident C473 Interfraternity Executive fl, 21 Honors Day Q11 ' si ' 1- . avi.: 4 RUTH DEBORAH PLO Ed H Elementar acalion Lowry Lodge il . . . Chicago French Clubg The llli jg W.A.A. an Q 1- 5 JOHN PODMAJERSKY, JR. ...... ..... Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Delta A.S.'C.E. ' Herzl Junior 'College A r JULIUS POLAN . ...... ..... .. .Chicago Edu Plryflca anon X Stanford Universi pon College i A ROBERT GRANT .. . . . .Glen Ellyn Liberal A iences Bacle Lambda chi Alpha KL,,. -wa ,mega CAROLE JEAN POLNEY ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology Evans Hall Spanish 'Clubg French 'Club 162 S31 Eg x X 5 i t if-. ' - ' ggi 'K el f. fx an esire f alrsl iailii f iaf 'li ' . , ,. , g a Vg 5gEi?gi giV, z g k evil ti I, f , ,' I' R7-. .a , lii i ,ll i figiil , za i i! ll? ' 5 355525 gli ? ZW . QQ a tg f?.iz 2, .3 12 2 fr gala H 5 Se ga. -asf: ' 1 f 'Q.affii'V.'l fililli' sglsilrif akalfli it ga if Q is .i f . a egis i ' Ea .- ,ii ' if ,fs 2523? i ii' Si X ill agjs ,.... . '- -:if f ' ,,., ,-,'r-frm... .. " 15524 gllfmiegzlalig. ii 1- f- .V gag ,g vii, I iz , i ai ., ,.,i.lfa2E2i.2i.i 1 M 1 l'li iii '5 ' 1 H ifi l! M, 2 PL: 1 HH ,- 'z if I: 3 'I , L "M 's:1::113aa' A A jr ,E m H N if - Eliza, Q25 a v 5. 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Gilman Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfychology Honors Day fl, 2D DoN AUSTIN PORTER ............ Champaign Physical Education Teacher Training in Physical Education me Qtr., "??iii,:a"Cuff'?'. yigwiibee-. ,. ' e.,...iag,l . ' 'H-a, EARL DEAN PORTER ......... Blinfield, Mich. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Georgia School of Technology! Carson- Newman College MARJORIE ELLA PORTER ....... .. .Toulon Education Elementary Education Busey Hall Illinois State Normal University MARY ELIZABETH PORTER .... .... C hicago Journalism Editorial Chi Omega Theta Sigma Phig Illio 12, 319 Production Staff, "Three Men On A Horse", "Beggar on Horseback", "Pierre Pathelin" Stephens College ANN MARIA POTTER ............. St. Charley Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studie: Alpha Gamma Delta ' 1 u. .u da Deltag Production Staff, , ,. We . ' ' ' Ee f lisa, ,, . a Q-egg.: Wi . . 1 A 3322 ii gk fi: 12?-4 Leigh 5 CARMAN YATEs POTTER .......... Iackmnville Division of Special Services Animal Science Nabor House Agriculture Club 3 Hoof and Horn Clubg Men's Glee Club f2, 3, 41g Y.M,C,A, NICHOLAS ATHAN POULOS ......... Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Chernirtry Elmhurst College WILMA LENORA POWELL .............. Flora Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Stztdier Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag Concert Band fljg University Orchestra QU Honors Day ill WILLIAM PREBLE .......... Hollywood, Calif. Division of Special Services Indnrtrial Adminirtration Chi Psi Alpha Kappa Psig Phalanxg Varsity Swim- ming Squad Q2, 4Jg First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade University of Southern California My 'gf' "fi' ",f-rv-,L i -- v .,Y:, tz. - at 4, ,,, .,.,, , -,,., LEWIS PRI2NTIss, JR ....,... Chicago journalism Editorial Phi Sigma Kappa Skull and Crescentg Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Squad QZJ, Letter f2Jg Freshman Varsity Ice Hockey Squadg Varsity Ice Hockey Squad 123, Letter Q23 , s PRETZLAFF .............. Sibley "" . t ..tar-:,,fs-.,.za,i,.,,,, and Applied Arts Phi Mu Alpha qz, 33 Illinois Wfesleyari versity 59325 W ft ARTHUR LOWELL PRICE, JR. ...... Champ al Law ' Law Alpha Kappa Lambda Pershing Rifles' Plateau and Drum' Caisson Club' Alpha Phi Omega' A.V.C' Freshman 151 ' Men's Glee Club Q1 21' Cadet niversity Brigade MERRY .,......... .... .... C 11 ffago Education iological Srienre Al ha - , ' ' 1 Swimming Squadg Illini Union Com- gsad , , , C 14 U f' ig :lp gill x IG Q9 . S sf . ii W ' is .W 6 ff' if A., P . ,, l-- ,.,.t , PATRICIA ANN PRICE ..... Birmingham, Mifb. Liberal Arts and Sciences Piyrbalogy Kappa Kappa Gamma Torchg The Illio Cl, 2, 31 g Illini Union Com- mittee fl, 2, 35 1 Production Statf, "Warrior's Husband", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Claudia" MERRILL EDWIN PRICHARIJ. ..,.... Glen Ellyn Journalism Editorial Sigma Chi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Tomahawkg The Daily Illini, Assistant Editor, Sports Editor, Manag- ing Editorg General Chairman, Campus Chest 141 g Kappa Tau Alphag Sigma Delta Chi Honors Day Cl, 2, 31 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key EDWARD CALVIN PRITCHARD ......... Oak Park Division of Special Services Marketing Psi Upsilon The Illio C11 University of Pennsylvania ,. ' A f , ,, ff. . ,f Jon HARLAN PRIcI-IETT ...... ,...Manon , f , Commerce W S Arcountancy Huntleigh Hall Accountancy Clubg First Regimental Band C55 Southern Illinois University 5 JOHN PRODAN ,. ...... ............I U rbana Engineering Aeronantitalfngineering , ' Chi Gamma Iotag I.A.S.g Engineering Coun- ,I , CII 445 Q Honors Day C2, 35 HI Newark 'College of Engineering ROBERT LEE PRUITT ....... ff ..... East Alton 'Commer Arroant ry Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day fl, 2, gf University of Illinois Scholarship Key :H University of Ch' go gel, 1' E 3 I I PRUST ........... Wert Unio Liberal Arts and Sciences 'gi ' Phi Beta KW he Illio Q23 Indiana University ,I l, MARY AGNES PRZYPYSZNY. . ......... Claioag QQ Liberal Arts and Sciences if Pfychology Evans Hall gig ,GS Psi Chig Newman Clubg Illini Union Boa' A Scholarship Key I U5 , ,E Honors Day fl, 2, 53 3 University of Illinolfig JoI-IN WILLIAM PUGI-I ............ Springfield Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Lundgren House A.I.M.M.E.g M.I.S. Springfield Junior Collegeg Syracuse Un ? versity l p 3 2 il ERNEST XVILFRED PULLMAN .....,... Cbiragd Liberal Arts and Sciences Claeminry Annex Hall Omega Beta Pi Honors Day 12, 35 16g 5 Isl! ll 'Q 'T l , 5 , Q I .32 .I lat "Wil I M I lx: ? up it Else T ., fi, 4, It am 51 I 'E 5 ii ggi? , it S laik ll :fylf li 5 E lb fl if I ll' s S 51 . Q 5., g, , li 5 55 I S A li is it 5 S: 225 ii I ti f? , , l ,It If tag its gag I lg It 3-M t 5. ' Ml 'owl Ili 'iii ilsii fi il it 25 :gli I it 3 ggi iii ? E5 2 5 g ,E all E Iii if I 2 it 4515 I, Y' 2 ig T , g 42 its gait Robert Bell Browne has been in charge of the Division of University Extension since its estab- lishment in 1933 and has had charge of the Sum- mer Session since 1938. He was born in Osh- kosh, VVisconsin on july 15, 1894. He attended the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and he was graduated with the Bacl1elor's Degree in Education. He then entered the University of Illinois where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Science, a Master of Science, and a Doctor of Philosophy. After gaining experience in teaching in both the public and private schools, he joined the faculty of the University in the fall of 1929. He has been teaching continuously since he was 19 years of age, with the exception of two years of additional college attendance and a year in the United States Army. He is now Professor of Education and the Dean of the University Ex- tension and of the Summer Session. . . . aivewif Dean Robert Browne Robert Browne's University Extension curricula was geared completely to war-time needs provid- ing courses for thousands of Illini-by-proxy, scat- tered throughout the world in cooperation with the Armed Forces Institute. Not only servicemen and women were benefited but also the hundreds of those employed in Illinois war industries under the Engineering Service Management War Training Program. He has been active in many professional and civic organizations and has held elective ohices in many of them. He comes from an Illini family, with his wife, two sons, two brothers, and a sister, all graduates of the University of Illinois. Zxfenab . . . The Division of the University Extension is the agency of the University of lllinois for extending the educational resources of the University, other than those provided by the Agricultural Extension Service, to those Whose circumstances prevent study in residence. This is done by a great variety of means. These means include not only systematic courses, both for credit and Without credit, con- ducted in various parts of the State, but also by University courses that are taught by correspond- ence, With students enrolled from countries all over the World. This is accomplished by means of short courses, various types of conferences, institutes, series of lectures, exhibits and other audio-visual aids, clinics, and reading lists. The total number of persons enrolling in the systematic educational pro- grams exceeds mote than ten thousand a year. The Division has an Audio-Visual Aids Service which contains a library of many motion films and other aids to classroom instructions, not only for use in the University's own classes, but also for loan to the other schools of the State. During the past year, an extension program in music, begun by the Divis- ion of the University Extension, proved very suc- cessful. The University of Illinois has conducted a Sum- mer Session for fifty years. lts policy has been to provide an opportunity for further studying dur- ing the summer by those of our own student body Who Wish to advance more rapidly toward the completion of the requirements for degrees and also for teachers and librarians and other individuals who find themselves only at liberty to attend col- lege during the summer period. The 1947 Summer Session, Which was conducted at the University at Urbana, on the campus of the Chicago professional colleges, and at the undergraduate divisions at Galesburg and Chicago, enrolled the astounding total of 10,854 students. All 48 of the states and also 29 foreign countries were represented in the student body of the summer session. Illini Hall I I li? QEQQQVILLIAINI JOHN PURCELL ..... . . .Slreazor Education Hzrtay-9, 2 Qialrg if! Ly , Men s Glee Club C35 5 Lge if wi sail gl i Q ggi: lMriX?,2 'Egts5!r, ,g 5a EaEg,a5fggfga5 , g? g j,,gaa,, up all ggi aa? 5 is rg aaa -i w si! 1 ki fer ' a t in af aa aaa? fi 5 a"r5wlrne - , ,' al l ,fm 25+ al. i f - 1' 51 -ag? Mia - 43 ,1 iwaagf a r ' :aa H1 at V, ,Sb 'rlW l. rr is 2: Qa ga -4, Si -2 3 flaflrii rii a a , p g 'g gE5xlE ' OBERT FORSYTH QUALNTANCE ...... 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Oak Lawn Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Sigma Kappa Alpha Lambda Deltag Omega Beta Pig French Clubg The Illio 111 g The Daily Illini Q11 3 Concert Band IU Honors Day Q11 University of Colorado In MA JANE RAU ....................., Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences C bernirlry Delta Zeta K1 23 ' Production P ,.a. R y ,l B 5 , , , a simmer fi if +A L ' t ra, a aeara aff af, rar a M ff 'a W tin? 'iz' aa a, 'A'??ea r Niflkqgw Y e CAROLYN RosE RAUSCH ..........,.... Elgin Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Sigma Kappa JEAN RAY .................,.. Eart Sr. Lani: Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Phi Mu House President f4Jg Y.W.C.A. f3Jg Pro- duction Staff, "Barchester Towers" + JOHN RAY, JR. ............... .... D anoille Commerce Management Marketing Club CHARLES WILLET REACE ...... .... C laicago Commerce Commerce Dornoch Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Account- ancy 'Clubg Marketing 'Clubg Captain, Univer- sity Brigade Honors Day fl, 2, 51 5 University of Illinois Scholarship Key .Cbirago Fine and Applied Arts Arcbileetural Engineering A.I.A. Illinois State Normal University DER READ, JR.. . .La Grange Engineering al Engineering I R E Lyons Township College RAYMOND GEORGE REAL JR .... ..... Division of Special Services Pre-Law Western Michigan College CARL .Springfield Engineering Phi Eta Epsilon Honors FRANK RECNY ............,.. Ford City, Pa. Engineering Ceramic Engineering Theta Delta Chi A.C.S.g Interfraternity Executive Council Q41 Indiana State Teachers College NANETTE REDDOCK ............... Yorkville Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Zeta Phi Eta KATHRYN BERNICE, REDMAN ....,... Oakwood Commerce Teacloer' Training in Commerce Accountancy Clubg Marketing Club DUNCAN CHADWICK REED .... Wertern Springr Division of Special Services Pre-Medicine Theta 'Chi Monmouth Collegeg Illinois Wesleyan Uni- versity MARJORIE JANE REED ........ .... T olono journalism Editorial Alpha House The Daily Illini 141 Blackburn College WILLIAM CHARLES REED ..... Belleville Engineering Civil Honors Day Cl, 2, 59 CARTER Chicago Engineering Engineering Universityg Columbia University CHARLES WILLIAM REENE ..... Stockwell, Ind. journalism Adverzifing Phi Sigma Kappa Kappa Tau Alphag WILL Honors Day Q11 Purdue Universityg Queens College ROBERT HAROLD REEVES ............, Weldon Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Wesmen Wesley Foundation California Institute of Technologyg Univer- sity of Southern California ROBERT ROBINSON REHDERG .......... 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Phi Epsilon Pi I 92332 I 553: 4 s gl f ay ii h Ei! ei' Production Staii, "King Lear", i'Pirates of Penzance", "Beggar on Horsebac fin, "Three Men on a Horse" , DePaul University N ILLIS ICH .... ........ Grzaley Division of S Services - 4' 7. -653 fi: I Hutory and Science 5 Indiana State Tea ollegeg University fini Louisville MILTON ROBERT Ric ..... Cbicaga , . . . Division of ces I f g siil ilfitive Co 'I ig Rl unci M IL V onors Day QU 'l 'R if 4 Q 9 . it : f, -. V tif ini? fin i a '5 Inari Sl Si W, ,-I 4 iii? in igaiiieliii R 2. ,H wifi Ia if I ii ESE R , xi Ri a , 1 68 ,Ii 3 'gg I Za Qi 5 Qi R 5? Engineering fg wi' , M15 X gf I 'afar asa ,, lvl' I1 .fi I N, l ax sf.: l R Q 9? I xr' ., it I ,q if 7 3 E W. li JI ,L H-f I-an I- f-I' ,ev If 51 eq-gif If A c r 0 a niai V OBERT RICHARDS .....,..... Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering Polytechnical Institute of Brooklyn .New Lenox I e 6- is .',.,e..g, S 'gg I 0 'The Daily Illini f5Jg Interfraternity ' ecu- DONALD DITLOW RICHARDSON. .Wirbira, Kan. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. ELIZABETH GOLDTHORP RICHART ...... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Engliila W.A.A. Duke Universityg University of Pennsylvania ., .,,. ..,. r A ' ' L ' 'fm-L .,..,. q,,v.a -ia. ROSLYN Lois RICHMAN ............. Cbit-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Piyclaology Hoste House Honors Day f2, 31 BERNICE RICHTER ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclaology Delta Phi Epsilon Phi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Deltag Phi 'Chig Production Staff, "King Lear", "Beggar on Horseback" Honors Day fl, 2, 3,5 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Keyg Bronze Tablet WALTER HENRY RIETZ, JR. .... Highland Park Commerce Management Chi Phi Ma-Wan-Dag Skull and Crescentg Football Manager C2, 35 g Senior Manager Q41 g Tribe of Illinig First Lieutenant, University Brigade HIKRLEY BRADFORD RIGA .... Springfield, Marx. Commerce Management Sigma Alpha Phi an 5 7 -V --- W. . V, , 3 ..,.... 3 .. 3: . 5 I -it In ' DEAN ELTON RING .......,.. .. .Urbana Education Industrial Educafion Dennison Universityg Morningside College RAE MARTI RING .... ,.......... .... C h ii-ago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speedy Delta Delta Delta The Daily Illini Q21 g Illini Union Committee 13, 41 g Production Staff, "Squaring the Circle", "Othello", "King Richard" Northwestern University i f ' MARY RITA RINGENBACH ....... .... S ef-emi Agriculture Home Economicr Fraker House Clarke College WESLEY XYIINERED RINK ...... Hickory. N. C. Division of Special Services Accounfancy Lenoir Rhyne College BARBARA RUTH ROBINSON. . .Sioux City, Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences Pxyclaology Alpha Epsilon Phi Torch, Shi-Aig The Illio Cl, 25 g Illini Union Committee fl, 25 g Star Course, Board of Managers Q21 ERLA DARLING ROBINSON ........... Ecanfzon Agriculture Home Economicr PAULINE MAR .Chicago Adue1'liJing Sigma Kappa House President Q45 RITCHIE ....... Cerro Gordo Agriculture Honors ral Agriculture CONSTANCE MARIE ROARK ........... Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Illini Hall House President f3l g Illini Union 'Committee fl, 2, an g Production Staff, "Anything Goes", "The Male Animal", "Three Men on a Cast, "Romeo and Juliet" n University DALE .Beaiclrtozwl of Special Services Men's :sota DONALD MILWARD ROBERTSON, JR.. . .Chicago Division of Special Services Aduerziiing Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Delta Sigmag Marketing Club, The Daily Illini 12, 55 5 Varsity Cheerleader 133 g Head 'Cheerleader C41 g Letter Q45 5 Illini Union Committee 12, 3, 41 Purdue University, Louisiana State Univer- sity WILBUR LEE ROBERTSON ...... ..... Q uincy Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Tau Alphag Agriculture 'Club 13, 41 g Y.M.C.A. 43, 43 Illinois Institute of Technology GENE PAUL ROBINSON ............. Danville Engineering Mechanical Engineering The Illinois Technograph C3, 45 Honors Day GJ JOHN AMBROSE ROBINSON, JR Louir, Mo. Liberal Arts and Chemical En Noble House A.I.Ch.E.g Pershing Honors Day Cl, 55 University of University Chicago LEWIS ROBINSON ........... Gard Arts and Sciences Social Studie: 'Cabinet 141, Men's Glee Club Lieutenant, University Brigade ROSEMARY SUSAN ROBINSON ........ Gardner Agriculture Home Economic! Presbyterian Hall Home Economics Club Q3, 4Jg Plow Prom Committee 1313 McKinley KZ, 3, 45 RUTH ARDYCE ROBINSON .,...,... Springaeld Agriculture Home Econamicf Pri-der House Blackburn College CHARLES LEONARD ROBLEE ...... ..,. L acleparl Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science The Illio 13, 43 g The Daily Illini fl, 2, 33 3 Star Course, Board of Managers Q25 g Pilgrim Foundationg Seabury Foundation, Y.M.C.A., Chi Gamma Iota 169 X If , K , i .,i if E' . il g rill,- ii i? A , , q i ILLIAM THOMPSON ROBY ......... Winaioi : 5' U 5 Agriculture 5 M L general Agriculture I- ' il ' '51 inawa 0 ge f i5Sf?, :gfiii-,. nfs '. in 5, 1 - 2,17 I I . 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Liberal Arts and Sciences I E -5 lr ix A 4 lg as 0 al s at its it-s ,ll ea , it A ft,ifl?if'1 2- , E,g 2122 iizggigiggfglii 3 5 5 EEA iiiiitilinii in iisi iw izft it s Hilfe 5555 1 K 5 is 1 Sl 5 ' 2 Fitz 5 i f l Q 3 4 i rigs rr iw gl S -if . r iii- at .9 4 .23 HEX E it , itirgitgi, u w , ,nl Q51 s 1 l , , pig l,g gl it AEM an ,TEES lil, Q wig 3? grai n, 'ssl Q51 S55 E53 aaa 'iw ,gf wits, igwfgff fi i t w ill will 3 it ,all l V , ggi 1 5 ,Qi is Q Q -4, S i it 5? an 5 r f ei ff. li 5 ,ez 3 I JL ,E f Q T l,- fr? iii r, , , ,,E , Q la K lr I l 5 X s in - Q . .3 ' ,., Q sae: -1 ,t .Kg , .z 'ia -gi 5? A 'Q 23, s V if Etifiii ik gs , it 2 flilzffgfillgigg ta g , ,iiiii iliizsgl if r,ii',gfggr S tilgnll gglfl-33222 JOHN OTTO ROESER ,... ........, J '- l 'S f H , it , Z fi . . fi flair ati .L L it Englneenng R Fist f rl ig are i ti Z7 ff Mali-iff-1 Hafne r ist? ge t t fi: li at Pi KW Phi gi ix: 255 5! 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Q LIZADES 'CALLOWAY ROLLMAN, JR.. .Springfield Engineering Electrical Engineering Acacia Pershing Ritlesg Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Electronics Clubg A.I.E.E.g I.R.E. BETTY ANN ROMM ............. Atlanta, Ga. Journalism Editorial Sigma Delta Tau S i-Aig The Daily Illini fl, Zjg Sophomore Chairman, Illini Union Council C35 g " I " , x CHARLES HALL Roos ..,.......... Waukegan Commerce Management Delta Tau Delta Freshman Council g 'Concert Band KU g Univer- sity Orchestra KU University of Pennsylvania JOHN HERBERT Roos ............. Waukegan Commerce Marketing Delta Tau Delta FRANCOISE ROSE .............. Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Frenrb Kappa Alpha Theta Spanish Clubg French Clubg Terrapin Clubg XYl.A.A. GENE HUGH ROSE ............... Champaign Commerce Accountancy Varsity Wrestling Squad f2Jg Accountancy H1 fir Qi' ff 22.2 -,t a. .. , -r,t.t.,,,,of,,,.w., or ,, it I 4 ir I ll MERLAM LEVINE RosEN..Cbattanooga, Tenn. Physical Education Danre Torchg Orchesis fl, 2, 3, 41g Physical Edu- cation Majors' Clubg W.A.A.g Illini Union Committee KZ, 353 Cast, "Alcestis"g Produc- tion Staff, "The Corn Is Green", "The In- fernal Machine" NATHAN ROSEN .......... .... N orfb Chicago Journalism Editorial tr -., JANE RUTH ROSBNAU ........... Der Plainer Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Xi Delta German Clubg Accountancy Clubg The Daily Illini Q25 g Illini Union Committee C2, 5, 47 2 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Romeo and Juliet", "Male Animal" 'Carleton College MARTIN ROSENBERG ............... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclaology Wright junior -College Arts and Sciences Polzzical Science ROSENBURGER C Ima go Arts and Sciences ,Qi aciology Pi Beta The Illio fl, 239 Committee 42, 53 5 Production StaE, H "i" eo and Juliet" - 5.1. LEIGH EDWARD ROSENBLUM ........ Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemimry Tau Epsilon Phi Omega Beta Pi Honors Day Q51 HILLEL ......... Bayonne, N. 1. Commerce and Marleeling Tau A Interfraternity Executive Council JOAN 'CARYL ROSENTHAL ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanifla Sigma Delta Pig Alpha Lambda Delta g Spanish Clubg French Club Honors Day Q33 3 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key LEO ROSENTHAL ,............ Bayonne, N. J. Commerce Management and Marketing Tau Delta Phi A.V.C. Cornell University MARSHALL HERBERT ROSENTHAL ..... Chicago , Division of Special Services Economic: Marketing Club QS, AU Pr-1YLL1s BENDER RCSENTHAL ........ Cbicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Hillel Foundation 12, 3, 41, Illini Union Committee Cl, 2,53 Production StaE, "Bar- chester Towers", "Three Men on a Horse" SEYMOUR Louis ROSENTHAL ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day C11 Wayne Universityg University of Michigan: Illinois Institute of Technol0gYS 'Chicago City College JAMES ROBERT Ross ..... Tex. Mechanical Pershing Riflesg A.S.M.E n Club Lois .Man1free, Mich. Agriculture Dietetic: StaE, "King Lear Rose LEE Ross ................ Mnrpbyrboro Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology Incleco The Daily Illini C21 5 Illini Union Commi 12, 55 1 Production Staff, "King Lear "Beggar on Horseback", "Pirates of zance", "Three Men on a Horse", "Alcestis" WALTER MICHAEL Ross ...... .... C loicago Commerce Marketing Men's Residence Hall House President Q41 Doi.oRos Rossi ................... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Women's Annex ,. ,,, . . A , -1 ' 1 f of if r ds r 1 ne w 1 w e 2 fe ggwgfiygl T R5 yi rg? 4: I reggae' ,lfxfw-v,,s L, ., s -1 Ulf. fi lit 4. i G ae r :alfa It j 5 1 jr Wsiigll irlle ' M ' I p' 1, We N853 I a , , I , ' , 2 ,, il r' If , , S. . , . l, , zl, .. . . , ..,, frg 1 -, ,.r 55" " I' 'F T? tg5rEW?ieI ?lW ...i Ewan , Q I ,a far 1 H. , S.. 2- L , , sf. r is Fill. 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I K,.' r,l e're, , fgtael Q 2 r 5 I ff We 1 a ll f.. A at Still I X . r ig .ri , 3 K :. .. , .J'::2:'. ra 2 wi lil fl iii all . he il 3 f E li ig was lg gf-ga ll' G r "I f 55' sl ay W M ,it 322 a .I l I j.frg5a'S I-2.555 5 Q Wg' J f, A ' : 'Q f g i r ' ' 3QlgfWi'??i?i'i X I l -sa, ,,4s.raaw . ,g' e't K Inga l li 5 S2254 51 ' -W" W salem. Aggie ef ggi ers, x HERBERT LYNN ROSZELI., JR.. .. .... Pea:-ia Commerce Indzzrtrial Adnzinhrfrafiarz Bradley University .JOI-IN HERMAN ROSZKOWSKI ....... Rnyalfon , . Commerce 5. Bminerr Management Lambda 'Chi Alpha NORAIAN ROTENBERG .... , .... Y' 1 Liberal Arts and Scie f I T ,a2f.-greece.. nr' " 'SN' ' i 2 is 5 A . 5' Pre-Medieine 3 I fi E Men's Residence Hall 47 26. a f. If . " l - I Omega Bm P1 use 4 wg' a I' f ,Honors Day Q33 --f . St. Norbert 'Collegeg Oafgg C Univeisty ' UANITA Rousrr ..... ....... Morrnmnflr I :,: I f I Physical g r f z tion faeirgxxgy ly i Q ff: iq! 7 r 'fi Pbyrical j tion alla' gl? gs Presbyterian Hall f fr Sggff - - " ,5iEll. I . Phvml Education Club: W-A-A-1 M concert Band 121 are all rr fi gl Knox 'College grgggggli jg It 233 I e"l 33 5 ' ,lil EgiiM ' I 97 lgigif g a l Y' . , Awe? l , g gi 2 E 51-ANLEY ROUSONELOS ........ ...... j olier ,f o 2 fl. greg Liberal Arts and Scien- s 7 . -f - , A ' -rw . on K r i fl ifig 124 . It I .3 i Zeefegr German Club C21 . Joliet Junior College .N A fl rg, 25 51 .5 iii? 2 I ,G 'l it as , ffl il ? riigeilg u all lf? gg l i f are area is slew . ,gg r ig, 2 Peggy 15553 s We lg ,i slim fir ram. were g r.- , -E Q, .. iam ofa Stl gp I ,QW 1 5 I gs r are r, a rg? sf .. ggi 2 1 lei 4 Ia V 'I lil WS lil 5 I I 4- Ir fa' . l' f We il 5 ,lm -louma ee ll stills 4 iigla s5Pf'I?'Sl' Club- Mafkgge clulw The Deb' , a e I V Ellie? 4 H 1 i s ' f . -1, .M a , li k A I' F fa K 'fir Q :QF E! a i rs.. 3 mf r my e gg: ,Q I rg, is lf HERBERT JOSEPH . , .SL Lauir, Mo. Marketing as -W Q,',f,,.l Si ma .Chi , . at 3,2 4 4 5 . . . Illini Union 'Committee f3P ' I University of Texasg Purdue University I ' new 2 -. --gp 1 ' Q , ,.. , fr?rfggr4 I KENNETH LINDLEY ROWE ,.....,, Park Ridge Frne and Applied A1-rs 2K EENQE miaijiiil My EEZWLVQEQYK A7fl9IlEIflll'E g fu .Swv fr fl., We N .r ,' .f sr agarfsmtrr ,, tif, sr: ,, r. I Errz3,g? eawr- I Kappa Sigma Dolphinsg Pershing Rifiesg Cavalry Officers' naw, l,.tIs..LWM,a,, ,W ,E e , ,,,. ,,r.'ir,lrfyf, 'ftawi.421ra,er-fesf1.,Irawi5Egwnf '34 23531 iriw ' - . 4 4 Club 3 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade A 4 :a,,fef:rw:-nearI,,rseIff2ra?r.Qfi. ir-,rgtirw f l 21 172 Ti.'ie.fv55fq5"5'3Qfg'L,iW'li4ifls7'.',f.3A its .' , ,V JA 4 ",'!3ff s Q, f fg -' ' we 'Ja if .., Q me'WWI-1:false,--fzrwfsifixrfir95155 aragzkn ,gf vm fr! g: q :'... '. - ,-:rw--1 frIfmQ,,as,:',rf-rflizrrawjiaaaq wwf, rl 5,533 , 4,15 :: . -am.. 5, QerfsigmitllXrW4:Z,652lsnrI?Ml-5?fr3ra,a'rggg4,ff,,gg,ri, S is . . - :fi H. . u ,f tim" .r.--, .1 fiiif. l 'fini :EF 'Q ij if riff, ' 4 Mi 'Tie-A , : ,1,g,:::,,w,t: f 52591232 rf BETTY ANN ROWEN ........ .... F reepori Journalism Aalverriring Delta Gamma Alpha Lambda Deltag Student Senate 1453 Theta Sigma Phig The Daily Illini fl, 2, 35 Q Pan-Hellenic Executive Council Q41 Honors Day Q13 Flora Stone Mather College ALLEN DAVIS RUDOLPH ........... ...Anna Fine and Applied Arts Arcbileclnral DeJign Gargoyle Honors Day GD g University of Illinois Schol- llw""Wr:'ihS Y, mr -rho. ,V 'A . . -,..-Y CATHERINE HUNTINGTON ROY... .... Urbana Education Hirtory Lindenwood Collegeg Mary Washington College MARY ALICE ROYER .......... . . .Browning Agriculture Dietetier Bethany 'Circle House President Q45 g Illini Union Committee YU EARL MARION RUBENKING ........... Bearon Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic! Spanish 'Clubg Chi Gamma Iota Honors Day ill CAROLYN LUCILLE RUDORE .......... La Salle Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh Weatherly Hall Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg German Clubg Illini Union 'Committee Q21 g Seabury Founda- . . . . of Illinois r Hirs t ZX, all-f 14, ir , 5 Z 1-ree..4?izajJlff'.a.. - ty af A her. Max ,j x iff. K 1 'l I fin, X 2!Q,,lM .five we -1. e EARL GORDON RUESCI-I ....... ...Berwyn Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pi Honors Day Ol Morton junior College ALICE HENLEY RUMBLE ............. Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Spaniel: Alpha Lambda Deltag Sigma Delta Pi Honors Day fl, 3J I-IAzEL RUMMER .................. Sraunfon Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Stonehaven House President C51 PHIL RUSKIN .........,........... Chicago Division of Special Services Speech and journalism Tau Delta Phi Pierrots' Mask and Bauble' WILL C41 g Cast, The Actual State Alcestis of Euripidesu, Hands Across The Sea" 'Comrades in Arms" All The King s Men" Denver University ' Northwestern University FRED SANFORD I , , , , , , General A grlculture Alpha Tau Alphag Agriculture Clubg Agri- cultural Education Club RUSSELL ............,..... Decatur 'Commerce enf and Marleeling Marketing se President C1, 31 Honors Day Q11 "fs JEANNE MARIE RUZEK ....... Journalism Advertising Alpha Delta Pi e Illio C11 EVERETT .Tulra, Oulu. l Education 1 Education Kappa Delta Tribe of Illinig Varsity f11, Letter 111, Varsity Squad 411, Letter Q11 College JEAN LOUISE RYAN ....,..., .... S rrearor Journalism Adrferiifing Alpha Omicron Pi Mask and Baubleg The Daily Illini Cl, 21 3 Illini Union 'Council Q11 g Illini Union Com- mittee f31: Y.W.C.A. fl, 2, 5, 415 New- man Clubg Production Staif, "King Lear", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Beggar on Horse- back", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Barchester Towers" JOAN LUCILE RYAN ........... .. .... Sfreazar Liberal Arts and Sciences Teaclaer Training in Speech Alpha Omicron Pi Zeta Phi Etag The Illio fl, 215 W.A.A.g Illini Union Committee 11, 215 Y.W.C.A. fl, 21, 'Cabinet C3, 415 Production Staii, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Barchester Towers", "King Lear" Honors Day f31 KENT MAURICE RYAN .......... .... T onica Agriculture General Agriculture Farm House Agriculture 'Clubg Dairy Production 'Clubg Hoof and Horng The Illinois Agriculturist 42, 3, 41 g Plow Boy Prom Committee 13, 41 Honors Day Cl, 31 ,,A., , f,,-. . V MARTHA JANE RYDER ..,....... St. Lauir, Ma. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Delta Zeta Iota Sigma Pig Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini C11 Honors Day fl, 2, 51 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key Washington University ROBERT PETER SAAR .......... ..... C bicaga Engineering Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma Pi Tau Sigmag Tau Beta Pig Sigma Taug A.S.M.E. Indiana State Teachers' 'College MARTIN CHERKAS SAEATI-I ...... Island Engineering .-,iii Mechanical Engin ':" ring Phi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E. g 2 he Illinois Tech- nograph f5, 41 Iowa State College INIILTON I -V,,. 3 SABIN ........ ..... C bicaga 'Commerce Accountancy ,V Band 111, First Regimental Band 43 onors Day Q21 HOWARD JEROME SACHNOFF ......... Chicago Commerce Marketing Sigma Alpha Mu Marketing -Clubg Varsity Baseball Squad 21 g Varsity Football Squad C11 KENNETH PAY SALLEE ........ . . .... Gerlaw Agriculture General Agriculture IVIARTHA ELISABETI-I SAMUELSON ...... Oregon Agriculture Home Economics Evans Hall Phi Upsilon Omicron 173 Z ..,, .., X ,K 5 ,rr , -1 , I . ,r. i 3 , r.. iii i 2 A -t I :,: -i I -X a .,. 1-.Q E I if 2, 11:5 A . gat i ng gi u afs casn g f PAUL SANCKEN ............ .... S anncmm afAfa irf5a'S isiA Agfifulfufe fig? ,, fy ia, 'lil , gi General Ag,-onlin,-A I , ,Ll at .JI i f :Sa Q, my 'lip 53 4 jill i, 5 2 I A' 22511-"I'5s2rf ig . aw mi Vs W e q agli glpia i 55,153 5 ig 5 1 5' gaAig t ,3y iff5fe,?, A 5 ill g ' E ligyil flat gli I it .fi QV ya f ' A 32 are fiilfgiii gli' M fu A .V flyif isggiilr L " 2 ' , all A li fi HARRY WILLIAM SANDBERG, .. ........ Moline 23.5 ' t ily ry ' gg! 2 5 f- 1 Division of Special Services S fi iz i Q . . E 523 12,35 ig Pre-Medicine lr fl Ai Sigma Phi EPSUOH ilk -2 W i 1 3 e Pershin Riiies ' Star and Scroll' Al ha K1 I 4531 ui. . g A A P 'PPA 5 t :U 1f'lgA55lli2gei ?, P51 lfSl ai54f5l2fE A Ei Honors Day on ' ,anal 5 1 1 A is ,if ef- iff 2 , JV! 54 ' A5 iip lif 'ifiiiff Q. 1 ."l 5 lil? 55' i ll" 'iid . f iiililiielifliilliif cii' 2 1 JAMES SANPEF? ' ---" '-v--" ,5 if sg 1 21 EE Q5 ' EQ" A I, T . 3' Division of Special ', sri EA 4 5:55112 .mi I - in A3 m fg gm' X Pie-Law ' ' :W 1 :Sf ' -' I - I if 6-i.1QG:'Qf5"Y' , lif I V Aliilfi MZ. Freshman Varsity Track Presi- :Ei I dent 121 sggi vi gs 5 , 1 l 1" l 7 I iasfiff l5i ,. I 1 il' ' 5 ' l ' 5' . 1 W igs ? 2 5 MYRLA LEACH SANDER .......... Md1'l0l7 ir f ag l iwzsflef w r fi tl an y 3 A A . l . ni Iggy 3 g :ggi Q L Elemenlar cation Eg?-Sign 'I Kappa Delta Pi L E '3Eg g X 1 ' jig ll E Q Southern Illinois Uni ,ity -A :Awe if 'AAU l ff 1 lffikielli 5212, 5 A -iii ii Jil Q :gl I "ef ' g 5E-'iii I2 gi '53, , gig Zig S 2 1 ll ' WILLIAM SANDERS .......... .... B enfon lj 5 I 1 STE rf A Commerce Q15 gill fi is A f Manning A :QQ V 326,55 ' 32 gi , E? Q Phi Eta Sigma: Marketing Cluhl igill wlilif 4 f ' i1I ' A x lfigiif is yi Ei Ili a fy! A Elf .. 545, l 1' l A li ft? 3.1, I -,nail f f - , vzls 5 fn- fi ' if ' 'til gif? wil 5 " I in Egg A C f A Ivglli I sf f' i fit: 5:2 Qmifl 'A ian? ri fl iillzagifs' 3' 7 5 IFPS, 'f E' fl iigifl air-IN? all lfills will lim i if I in it ' Egg? A E552 galil , 32? ROBERT MORRIS SANIT . ew Albany, Incl. A l Engl g 3' il E Mecbanic ineefing M 2 : A igl: L Lundgren House QE, l l Phi Tau Sigmag . 5? Indiana State College 5 iz' Eg f i iiif lii . if lg 5, 5 HOWARD MBLVIN ....... C bica n 'fIlgi,Ei,w,i:y- A , Q ci . . . , 3 , 5525 i s g a Division of I r iff: Siitlltilli 2623? QW" 551 6 iiiiillillslii Sigma Alpha Mu ill A332 X635 4:3 if" Loyola Universityg Northwestern University iiiflfwe r lil' W 'ililll Al if ifaiwi . is I-S wi lf: f e, EAA.t,,Egec 'l l gr :a lf a A Wal :gr , . , A ,, ,e -1 A gi a ? 1 Q .wr ff. - 2, -'if2r7Efff,s' . z a ' 3 i' 'i" 55 3 f 'M 1. I I I 5535251 JIILIAN SAPER ....... U ........ 5 2. Louu, Mo. N I ' ' Engineering A as I if I ' ' ' 2,3 5 Electrical Engineering A 3 Gym Annex 5 he 5 I : mm Ai , A jf? 324 1 3 f 5 Honors Day 111 5 if f I. I , e a fi I 174 la I g i. 5 A. 'E ' -- g - 43 g ag - fi "", if-im '-' 'H N umerals , it , a. JAMES DONALD SAUL ............ Cbvinopher Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbolagy Parade Ground Units Student Senate 133 5 Chi Gamma Iotag Span- ish Clubg A.V.C. Southern Illinois University LORRAINE SAVAGE .................. Chicago Physical Education Pleycical Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Physical Education Majors' Clubg W.A.A.g . Major I "wmv-we-A-M ,Q M li.1,.,. ' , KENNETH RALPH SAYERS .....,, Bloomington 'Commerce Accountancy Alpha Kappa Psig Accountancy Club Tufts Collegeg Harvard University DORIS ELAINE SCHAAD ............ Princeville Physical Education Teacher Training in Pbyfical Education Stonehaven f W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig Con- cert Band 113 g University Orchestra 111 Honors Day 12, 35 5-Siam 'Fefe IIENRY SOIIAEEER ....,............ Chicago Commerce Indiutrial Adminirtration Elagg Hall Freshman Councilg Eta Iota Psig Chi Gamma Iotag German 'Clubg A.S.M.E.g M.I.A. Ex- ecutive Council 14J g Y.M.'C.A. Wright Junior 'College DONALD KEITH ScHAEvE ........ .... M Ilan Engineering Eleclrical Engineering A.I.E.E. - ' vii "'.S'?"'Pi:i42sa:ia U . . , 9? 5 .A V ff' 4-'IZA at asain-L gc ,M PAUL ROBERT SCHAFFER .....,.... Lilierlynille Engineering Mechanical Engineering Triangle A.S.M.E. University of Wisconsin JEANNE MARIE SCHARFENBERG ....... Slrealor Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtofy Delta Gamma Spanish Club 113g Orchesis 1155 The Illic- 11, 2, 51 g Illini Union Committee 123 g Cast, "Anything Goes" -14213 w..-f:,.,.,q,t , IRVING SCI-:AU ............... Elmwood Pink Commerce Marketing Accountancy Clubg Marketingg Plateau and Drum LouIs JACOB SCHAUMBERG ..... ..... M ilffml Commerce Accountancy Theta 'Chi Phi Eta Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Basketball Manager 12D g Freshman Varsity Football Squadg FreslI- man Varsity Basketball Squadg First Regi- mental Band fl, 25 Honors Day 11, 2, 33 5 Scholarship Key , fa. ., ,, at-1-. ,Ile-L. r - - SCHECK ...... . . . . .Chirfzgn ra-mwah H Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Kappa Phi A,S.M,E. Wright junior College :s.:1fnf-5: Q.:-aw Ri F aff LS - CI-IARD SCHENK ......, .... D lzmfille E l0umal1?m if-its-Rae fr ' LS.. d vert :rin g Alpha Delta Marketing Club Cumberland U i te wa s MQW MARY SCHERI ..................... I Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemixiry Women's Annex Newman 'Clubg Iota Sigma Pi Honors Day 12, 31 La Salle-Peru-Oglseby Junior College SCHERTS ....... .. .Benion Engineering 2 l1!1l Engineering PI pha A.S.'C. se President C31 Honor J . Iversity , , 5 at V 1 Aa , Q .ad " , 42 Y' if W, ' M 1 is yfjye HARRY SCHIEE ....,,.............. Cbimgn Liberal Arts and Sciences Claemixtry Tau Epsilon Phi Wright Junior College ROBERT HENRY SCI-IIFEERDECKER .... Belleville Engineering Eleciriml Engineering Illini Club A.I.E.E. EDWIN CHARLES SCHOSSER ......... Belleville Commerce Management Kappa Sigma Mercer Universityg University of North Caro- lina AGATHA MAY SCHMIDT .......... .. .Chicago . . we Fine and Applied Arts gi! Commercial Design V Medea Egg? r Illustratorsg Newman Club Honors Day 12, 51 MYNNE KIIHN SCI-IMID1' ....... ..... I oliez Agriculture Flaricultnre DePauw University 3 RAYMOND SCI-IMIDT ....... ...... Claimga Physical Edu ion Plvyriml Ed Granada Club Q Q 1 ia 2 e v, 2 We gn g alley ,M ies , lil! g I '5 HQ? , gi , A N E fx ii I ii' R 4 dx 9 f R sflislfl ex all s . Flor-Iculture Club KS, 41g W.A.A. 'if X wg. ?lAs'?3M 4353414 Q? vii: nhl' , 7 Z, ggi 11 4 R' aff' ,X Q if a .R ,X I i 1 5. Pershing Riflesg Delta heta Epsilong Intra- mural Manager Q21 g reshman Varsity Gym- gf kfgfi if X, nastics Team Q' H L l me Esiliifif ge if gm gg? si I if I ii ' I L 21 li .ae yiefiwgwephgaqgw AE SCI-IMITZ... ...Cbzmglg gd L5 gl Sigel P feng Hmmm tnaH'mR Wyhttr we UPSUOU galil , ' l 5,255 grill I, ii Mu Epsilong House President Q41 glgig if 'SEV ' Production Staff, "All The King's Men" C 'Q if " Slgghj EW' Mount Saint Scholastica 'College jgflg 2 lg gig? Egg? L W 2 Z at fi We fig! ai F si ig l 5' gl ii i tri 1 xl l J: : ..,., ,I , 3. 1 I ex 5 pina fg' 252 f V4 ki JOHN VALENTINE SCHNEIDER ........ Cbimg LE X gi ,giltlfiiiiill , Engineering Wfggil . ' xx Meclaaniml Engineering his fi 35 l gi Q F Lundgren House E5 ri A A.S.M.E.g House President Q31 kgrggigl E! gi i X M53 SHIV Fordham Universityg Illinois Institute E ,, I file' ,ff 16,"' E1 iizi Lx? x23'l:,, E Technology 'iii gif Z S I I Qgrlg ariygggg lliiiiirlf is i Eiiaiilrtiliillw eggs-9 ti I I Eng ' gilflaiiz le I- - it Efiiif' iifrfsigjfi 54:55 Vfgiriljgal-iii ' -gli lvmlrr if 5:4 ,f f 25335555-,3'f ,5 li s if leg 22? if liigiaaiiilif if -5 NORMAN PAUL SCHNEIDER .......... Namma 15Q,. l 5 , 5gg.,5 glfgfl Mig, Eiigggfi gl , can-mm Ilirlf ei a 552 Eiffil ieitllliir Managernenf and Marketing 3251 g if 5,53 Th-ra Chi . ' gli Eli 5 Marketing Club Q3, 45g Freshman Varsityg . Eg Football Squadg Freshman Varsity Basketbalyl get 555 Squadg Varsity Basketball Squad f2Jg Fir fwfgglygliggigli' ,' if SU Regimental Band fl, 21 3 Y.M.C.A. il, fl Ili? gwglwagnbgqrgosii N2 fl ls in 2' 2 'isggriff lining -ii-Till-22' r we 'wi mils I N55 fu lfg. i :I I 2: ag FW Fl to 3 w3QMQQzeg?RlQl5, 'I JZ? I fain, sfflfl 5 RUTH CARROLL SCHNEIDER. .Tecurn.rela, Miebfj lr gi as 352-E553 .1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Ii Q? fjj if Hfffofl -522 glare egi la 2 sgiazeag W gig gs: Delta Delta Delta l is Illini Union Committee fl, 215 Orchesisgxg itll ia E l E i Production Staff, "Three Men on a Horse" i ' ig! is , , a s lg- llfilg, fl .lillifgl llit filxllh li f. s 55 33 5 XE 'i l ilk Q 'ef -E 155 ..-'Sas , 'fl-1 ,, 2133- I 5 .,,.. .1- 'ELR f , t o .,.,. ,.i e 2 5, 2 ' ' , , :. ,ai -glass, 3 i Es- 4 E-. ,, .uaefsiigfaw N ,ft - sw lfq-my--w.:a it wedge: fi ,f,1qg1ffeaI,,-K ELIZABETH SCHOEHOFF .... Bl ne I Ilanil .F k .h M Agriculture Faads and N ntritian V, Medea Q . 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T-XQEQY'-PV in Uiiliiii- 5,?.5i ff 595 5225! in It .- gym. , in-ivti , efwg-at-,anewveuf.t:?I,Q5r.1,jw H' Q A, -' . - i in 4. 1 . ,4,.,fW meg, .,,,f.,,.1gs.i,eeiniisfiwpwe- ,K 'ewan W3 SOBERT LEE SCHRAUDT. . . . .. .A .Sdn jose 'A WW ei'-iiifwwefiftlilil-I 1561. ff vw Commerce " 'Ii'- '- 'sit , t 'i2t??'fii2l??fi53irt25t - Afffwflfflflf ' f Q 1 - 'A arketing Clubg Accountancy Club - 1 Lincoln College I gb ne 2 M ' ' ,ee V V wie, ,ore ,,,, im., w.aIwx,.,,. R on ,Ina , . . E eysfliwf Wm,-,f,:dgrQ?:QI?'ay.affs,Mfy,fc,j,vf IW1.yv-,e,eyN1,5 , n f , f we ,Bla me Aw--ey mflllzn Jr- .A fw Zin LK. ww Q1 M wiiiiwszswmff..-,Af,Xf nafenifoswf A' te , New 1 .. f A J -an ff ee n .Q ?e5aw2Etiwrfw?35iitfE2e::t?5ffi4n - yi-iffygfevgf 3 new it bien:2'intend2.e2cfaeilfii4:11 'sea A .s,WA.rrmreAwi, ,I ,aeieeees ...r.,,. f.2w..,re.ei- me-A-fifivayy, seen ff ri A verge e M A-A A ienssaeefs-eieiee' Wgeneme irltisiza leant :ma we ' 1 - - JAMES SCHREIBERQTEEW.. .... Roekfgf-J Qi Liberal Arts ences Pfyehrzlgittigtif . ine., . .c,2,..,.i,,,iM,,.s., .sg ,,,, Granada Club 'M - - - 'i ' Eta Sigmag ental Band fl, 2, M 1- Q:7'i,fl?gW?75z?f:Qft3'3 - IHA. 2- s 43: Hlllel Founiktxgree fic Day 41, 2,iQi1EgEQjnIversIty of Illinois Key ' fi 'IlL17tGl:5n'4,7'y' A-fy" Vicfoetz V- Fin- 2 YC Zfzlfii 'iwfff ff '-y - 7 3 HERBERT ADAM SCI-I Q ..... Belleville En in Q M - f Ioniievefos g 2 Meme. ,Y it f : T :V -5 V' rA55Ff'Sf:: ,fm VH I Msg ik :lG?Se2A,g. Q ' ' ' ' if li fi V we ew HW V. " 5 : it , ,r 7 fye'egg1,1 9 w?f.f1:"if'ofrgilgcfffz TE ES-wifi Club TOPPH 5 C E -A ' ' '. ' 2 . . s o Miamr Uruversityg McKendree College eweffie 45? V Maefan, 245 25 AAIZEW neg, . nw A -' gear Q f If I f i m a 1 I , ,rigaezwfff A ' will "' -""5?2 " ','l' QQ: , iff? W. , -f t .. ' 'in Af f - fe' l ' ?T'JEANNE BETTY SCHROEDER Ranrozll ' f ff- 'g .'.1.. :-f fl , f y 0, ,ff V .4. ... 5 , Z el- I Education General Science and Biology 4 ii E C The Dail Illini 2 g Illini Union Committee genfawfgemigwggeegtii 'Q 29 - A ww? 'ie . I - C2, 5, 47 , Women S Glee Club 43? : Um- ff-?Y'f'.J1 --- - s,gw ,:-' : 2"?l' : ,-:?fW'f:' - verslty Chorus UD - . Stepher1SIC011eee . . 157:55 Yi"W':iw Ffh: feziva-'52 5' iiwliefg fi. CAROL FLORENCE SCHULMAN. .I-Iewlett, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiflwy Mu Pi Sigma: Terraping The Daily Illini fl, 2, 51, Assistant Editor 145 g Production Staff, "Barchester Towers" Adelphi College HERBERT CHARLES SCI-IULTZ, Wal1u01'lb, Wir. Engineering Civil Engineering MM - Phi Delta . . g House President Q41 .. -' Mp. -V I'lONX'ARD LEONARD SCHULTZ ......... Chicago Division of Special Services Perfonnel Management Phi Upsilon Pi Utah State Agricultural College LAURETTA HELEN ScI-IULTZ .......... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Theta Upsilori f Luther College 1 fi -All milf affix' T ti: so . it in HALEERT ALLAN ScHUssELE. .. ..Hamnez Commerce Afronntanry Accountancy Club Illinois State Normal Universityg College of the City of New York EDWARD RICHARD SCHXVARTZ, JR.. ..We.ftnmnr 'Commerce Personnel Management Gamma Delta Ill n tute of Technology A, A A a at 'Q in feeailem is it WSE 'Wg-,V m ef? . re, ' f rf. V A ' f irm JEROME KATZ SCHWARTZ ..... ...Chicago journalism Advertising Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Delta Sigmag Interfraternity Executive Council Q21 Honors Day C41 Virginia Military Institute EUGENE SIDNEY SCHWEIG... .,Cloicago Commerce Management Witanshire House President UD Honors Day C21 University of Indiana 5 LI? A LERoY FRED ScHWE1TzER..G1-een Bay, Wir. Division of Special Services Sociology Alpha Tau Omega Carson-Newman College CHARLES LEWIS SCOTT ....... ..... L incoln Journalism Aa'1Jerii.ring Chief Staff Photographer Illini Publishing Co. ' Pershing Rifles Honors Day C23 I ' 'S ' ...... ..... C bicago " i Commerce Accountancy Delta Sigma Phi Accountancy Clubg House President 143 Honors Day Q35 SCOTT ......... .. .. . . .Lincoln Arts and Sciences Alpha Illini Union HOHOTS Day 137 3 of Illinois Schol- arship Key Lincoln College JOHN JOSEPH SCOTT ............... Division of Special Services Management Theta Xi PATRICIA ............... Danoille Arts and Sciences Hulory Kappa Illini Q27 s Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet in Staff, "Three Men on a Lear" NORMAN DEAN SEBASTIAN. .. ..... Robinron Commerce Accountancy Sigma Phi Epsilon Accountancy Club CHARLES SECHREST ........ Kanrar City, Mo, Engineering General Engineering Newman Clubg A.S.M.E. Honors Day GJ Kansas City Junior College EDMUND CLAY SECOR, JR .......... Springieln' Engineering Mechanical Engineering McKinley Foundation ROBERT GLENN SEEDS .............. Bradford Division of Special Services General Curriculum Student Council, Navy Pierg Phi Mu Phig Men's Choir . EDWARD STEPHEN SEECIK ..... . . . .Dundee Commerce Accountancy Flagg Hall Alpha Kappa Psig Phalanxg Accountancy Club GEORGE ROGER SEFERSHAYAN.. N. Y. Liberal Arts and Clinical Pershing Riflesg Cavalry ' Clubg Pha- lanxg Psi Chig Second t, University Brigade if SEGALL ...... Broadview Commerce Management University LEOPOLD BERNARD SEGEDIN .......... Chicago Q Fine and Applied Arts Art Grevada Chalet Illustratorsg House President 143 Honors Day fl, 35g University of Illinois Scholarship Key JENNY ANN SEGELHORST ...... Sz. Louif, Mo. Agriculture Teacher Training in Home Economicx Fraker House German Clubg Home Economics Clubg Gamma Delta Honors Day Q31 Wisconsin Universityg Springfield Junior College LoL1TA Lois SEGHETTI ................ Cicero Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Evans Hall Alpha Kappa Delta Morton Junior College i t H r A A ?f 'TTS' 'L f E A ' f t new QlsQ.y'ic -E A- swf: m fr, ,f f- 1ffa'lrsfsc:fMf . URTQN MARSHALL SEIDLER ..... . .C hrr-og A a f it - - W ana Phvml Edufaflofl coaching L3 ff f 1 " r E 5 R ik Tau Kappa Epsrlon new 25 yz, 1, .. fx oss: . . - t . . Dolpnrng Trrbe of Illrnrg Freshman Vnrs.t'1 'iyfgggigjr f : A :J-H Ra g ,V again . . . . . ', , Swrmmrng Squadg Varsrty Swrmmrng Squau 41, 2, an, Letter on Q Freshman Vafslfy Fw- ' d f l lrf A 'i l 7 . ' 'l?g? , 2Lf i ball Squad, Varsrty Football Squad 143 ga: if ,Mi ,. ,g i ig : S l ri ,et g gi r ' Q A ara 3 cow A A 2' s' , L, f "xr f t: H521 Ani ' A' yy tri 4 -ba 'ef ,L . wratf r a f u ' fl HOWARD ALAN SELEER .............. Cbmzgo - - - f - - Egg , gia ff Drvrsron o Specral Servrces if Perronnel AdMI?ZlJfl'dfl0i7 wwff- A 4, as -QR 2.5 sr 1 5. Zeta Beta Tau 'A-11,3111 ,I -'2?,r,,rf-W' of 'Zv i R 4 fi 'f'r'aeqr-,rata M y -ef . . . W-4 34 .5 3 he Darly Illrnr Q11 5 Intramural Manager 4 2 2 425 g Sophomore Cotrllron Commrtteeg lllnr Y .win " "" E g r n ew . . , k ia ? Unron Commrttee KU g Second Lreutenant, 'fi ll yy ? Unrversrty Brrgade :?j?,ki-3: A ziz gg? EN M y if 3:53 .,' 'H-. Hi-j .. : 'E- ,Jil A W 9 'l' tx' A t if f , rfl al - at .7 57 En kijgit H 55 3 ROBERT LEE SELEERT ........ .I f C ws , g it.-Y Ommeffe r i'4f":r ' my A :"'f'1', T3 .' ' J F 3 0,4 Y gg.,-tht'.W'Q:iQ'f' 4, .f"' f?f Sig 36:5- 'X ai, Accountancy ,lui , -f 'fn-' , f . f ' . "-:, ,445 "fi H5',: . . ry - ffm 42 2- 42' it A? Srgrna Pr at K5 Y - fo x .- A rr ' . 5 J 'A A A 4 ' I- or- 4' :5,M ',:fE'i, fu' Pg'-I . : Nw Z ' Q -A in t -. .te - 1-is- Y : T ig ' ARNOLD SELAN ..... . . . . . .Clazcogo JOUIUEQSE5 . Newman Hall sn -L Aw as ,- A- ata tarts A Y A V: M ' "S-'IW !F?" f'?.s1le 373. 'M A22-' -., N' ' r . 5 .1 r, rt . r ma Ap r ' X, ,gl-A AL1cE MARY SELESKI. . . .. ..... V .... Cbmzgo fm y- .. V Y .rf In we ' : ' gn M ' K gh ., , Q, - ' Agflcultufe at -gg j a , .I 2 - . Home Etonofiimdtfnf NYQUWH 1 1, g ff f, ,,-,ap . A' A cs u ' ewrnan u VV , ,1 5,15 1 . . , A- 1 f f or Wflghf JHHIOI College Q? ,cr wu,,5f M .amy rg, r1 .ff .tttfwg A p T A I Q . 'f1t 4a' ' A .utr , .nt ctiwa rw tk rf tayggrtfs tying? .ag f' yfhfrffa fir ,si V 1 CLYDE ALFRED SELIX. . . . .. .C bicogo Q Ma Theta Xi 2393? Kappa Psrg tancy Clubg Market- Club HOHOIS Day GJ ' ,Wrw.ef,t,r .r.wr.A,rrSorffffrVf f www one V .Atom fliarom-,wt 552358525 li? fwlwm :ic A 2 QVIQYRQJQQZ-f,' Slit Q"',"L5y4i 549591 S PM ,ii -'YRXJ - f raaYwtfsfe,agy'-aafvaatrtittt,-fm, nrtferaawyrf amz Graeme ofLieiifiw--fM'nS'f5'AQA,r'W733??f Q A 1:1 tfctsefftrr . ' xirarawgr wT,:gc-fffztlilfiffwt' lwiwivrcy f- vaewsxwiftfs . am? JOSEPH BLAIR Gofuf-denu, No. M ,I - W "'g"" Theta Kappa Phi M.Ls.g A.I.M,M.E. 4 A.s.M. WMA-'tt' A Umvffsrfy of Notre Dame W"-W-SHAW Yififfl 2-559"5lrv2FI f45l'X5??fLI.-,tfv 9fW'fLnf'L 'kt WWW -wwr.e:re,,-zltaslter, fi:-fawsf5o.2afl?sive-aivorgpmt5wriy,?'5:mw3 Qi' no rtmrgzi QYQWQVHHKE ,,z5ify24srffnmfraz: Mttiwftf Lew one rirrf-72, -,ff-?mf 'fwtreulfay-5'-W A-rrwsffxsriilreswriiwfe-Wrno vii s fff,i????l W?51rrQar6SE?Qgysggrfsrgetirgtttsf'rgtoainirffaewe "-" ff s:15rQf,3s1AVr2rsatW2112321inan4512fTavt?Q2W31x?QW't:ft?32' JOHN SEMPLE ............. ...Chicago 3 A HOL, mm ry Northwestern University 'W k9'lz'5:?, ?3"ffl55?f975'7'klQ2Q' at,Hr-M-vii?QgfrszariswiwTMHRSZfrafEi'fii"A3fl,W?fs'l53 -f1f4'oz:fWei?4Gi1Wr 'T-4511, EEYZ' :M mfaetfffifr I i ...,, WWW rt, ,,ier,1g,ra aa5gff,i,,ra..WArct ft mira? frragratftfifawfrrfazeataxotm ' ufififllti fa ' ' f 178 HERRLRT CHARLES SENNING New Lenox' Lrberal Arts and Scrences Cbemzcul Engzneeflng German Club French Club A C S AI C E Concert Band f2 31 Northwestern Unrversrty LLCILLE SFREPINAS Clorcogo Lrberal Arts and Scrences Buctcfrology Stratford House Alpha Lambda Delta German Club House -Q fgwkt 41 Star Course Board of Man on A '-A V "'35g33p2fRba5,:g,c cmw,sM a'g,.f2mY: , wily-f -J fa army ?frvs"2fl'Qr. 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U " 2 vil1lYl5lil?'il?"rQ,'LQlG 5575 ffZ?3is55'Lz' ,'7'3iZ'HN1y ' V551 M ' el 1 EUGENE IVIICHAEL SHALIT..AI07'I'i.ff01llIl, N. 1. Liberal Arts and Sciences Diririorz of General Sturiier Sachemg Phi Eta Sigrnag The Daily Illini fl, 23, Sports Editor Q35 g University Orches- tra Cl, 25 5 Cast, "Mirth of a Nation" Honors Day flj EUGENE ROSCOE SHAMBAUGH, Fort Wlzyrre, 17141. Commerce Marketing Lundgren House Marketing Clubg Accountancy Club Princeton Universityg Bowling Green Stat: University Park Ridge Arts and Sciences Pryclaology Sigma Kappa Illini Union Committee f2Jg Universfty Chorus 121g Production Staff, "Antony and Cleopatra" Rice Institute SHAPIRO ...., Terre Haute, 11111. Arts and Sciences Phi Eta Honors Day fl CLARENCE SHAPIRO ......... Commerce Arcounlanry Men's Residence Hall GERALD Clafmgo Arts and Sciences Chemistry EARL SHAPLAND JR Clmmpmgu Engineering Meclmnlml Engzneerlng Phi Gamma Delta PI Tau Sigma Tau Beta P1 Pershing Rifles Honors Day fl 2 35 HELEN MARIE SHARP Moi r Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Sherwood Lodge PATRICK HENRY SHARPE ............ Chicago Commerce lnriuririnl Adminirfraiion Theta Delta Chi Marketing Clubg The Illio Q45 University of Michigan LIAR-IORIE LOUISE SHATTUCK ....... Belvidere I Agriculture Florirulmre 4-H House Floriculture Clubg W.A.A. I-lonors Day QZ, 35 ' Northwestern University JEAN CORA SHAW' .... .............. C lsimga Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Lowell Hall W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numerals Wright Junior College SAMUEL LESLIE SHAW ........ B rille, N. J. Agriculture rl- 'ii Dairy Produc! Agriculture Club . Honors Day fl, 21 Newark University I E'gfili'viff55 it 4? A 1 ' 1 I"E " 'E': 4 FI! Q ' K V ri EDMOND SHEA, 5 ff Ii N orlla Haren, C ann. gk 3 I 2 Physical Education E l igf A I Coaching g f Topper lzluvc A Ei i L 'aii use President Q31 g M.I.A. Executive Coun- 5 if E5 Gil GJ idx 5 5 . J 5 els' ia fig? if I ii i xii E ' i , vi, I I MARY HADFIELD SHELTON .... Prinreforz, Ind. 2 5 li E gal Education ii E 5 iss Speech and Englirb I E Chi Omega Q 3 i 'Kel E Q in 523 Mask and Baubleg Sigma Alpha Iotag Wom-, K is ik! -, cn's Glee Club Cl, 21 5 University Chorus fl, iiiiggp Q I' ' -F if 255 Cast, "Three Penny Opera", "Beggar on 1 li 5 3 J Fl Horsebackug Production Staff, "Skin of Our i ., I Teeth", "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear" 5 I Q ? Honors Day fl, 23 E i I PAUL KENNETH SHERWOOD ...... Tower Hill Wg ,iii if Q Agriculture , 'i 3 i General Agrirullure Minawa Lodge Alpha Zeta Honors Day fl, 2, 35 SHIRLEY JEAN SHEWHART ......... Hinrixbora Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology McKinley Hall German 'Club Honors Day 121 i Y? is A i I gist I5 v E l gi rl I Us rits My gf? i 5 1 i ,E infra? Silas 5.5, i , 1 ! sf, I xiii: ref 5 15525 1- is I 5 if if ze l ii s if ii" Q ,E T iii? ii, 5 f ef it Ei A 2 I Gigi 5 if ii yi an Si ff,r.lf iris I f A if 1 2 5 I I 1-2 I i iv, aw fa ,. i i yi' 'i , 5 si eff ,eat . A Q' 62 2 ,5 35 LrcE MARIF SHIMER ....... A ......., Latham R : 2 , 1, it LJ- f Kaw ai Liberal Arts and Sciences o 5 i H ' l l' Iii lm- r . A51 5 3 N I Q is l 5 It ' Egan . X3 1 Cbenzufry ga' ii il N il 3 5 Theta Upsilon eg: is Q i garag e, James Millikin University gas, , R l I ma, i 'A if, gi o 9fiE3g33? 1 5 2 ggi i fi, 5 it iii . gg neil: gfiigiagr S f ri? Q lg iif gglzif 6 li 5 i U Nw- Mihai ggi? i ia? ffingi A ,i eaopa af Karl it ieii gi fgi- if Q k H533 5 A l i l' l if E SV l ,lRVING Louis SHKLAIR ....... I ....... Cbioago tjaggf I Alf? i s 5 2 i Liberal Arts and Sciences ga ri itsngi it 5 3 'EL i s 1 Baffa-foggy gijiqi i i i ' i li ki ii' ' lf "0" House 521,3 32 L i i i ii ' giliiji l i! a i rs! ouse President Q43 gli mga W ,fi iii 3 Herzl Junior College psi .ii il , gtg i , z is , N 5, .sig 5 it i 2+ f i ii lil gurls E E rig E it L' iff. , 23 L 2 tie f fi "2 it A at 1 gn ll i Q S35 trip y 5,1 MARGERY JUNE SHOLS ............ " E3 5 E 's 'li Liberal Arts and 5 , ,.: 5 , li N Efgx g. E i f Cloemiriry if g e t 3. I- ffl as cagie Hall ' t it iii ii fi ' 'i i ' illllini Union 'Committee 437 Ii . aenwnitrrwmww wwf 6' 'gl lr 95 X Bradley University X 5 L ,ix gg ti n X ,gqi L ' waamgi one .fa V 1 'f f it il? if lg l gf 3 iii 3, A 413 ,S , , 5 Ei li ' fu" -aiaai g 5 E S i 4 1 i t K. it 1 l ol 5 fr i QE V li 1: T 'ii . li ' ii i id ' fi N A ' s E55 any 5 Z,lrBzS2g NAOMI LEAH SHULRUF IR ........ 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Chicago Liberal Arts an C bemir Tau Delta Phi d Scienci try l RICHARD SLOTTOW .... .. .. .Chicago Radio Sigma Delta 'Chig num can g WILL :mic arg Hare: waaswi, .figaiaaga 35 Tax V1 is Z X 1556952 'W we V -,swf ,, ,am A -:aff ilrsmzfil I Az? fgggiimpxfag.aV.-MQWiewferrr s,,,,,.l,gI,mHf aV45gae,5faseg1 ' ' V, ' V I I DOROTHY SMALL . . .... . . .Mango " U ' Home E' , , Q Weafhef1Y HHH Spanish Club , Home Economics , V s ey '- - Foundation E25 3 ies, ,3i?gVl?ifigiE5Z?E?Saf,5tlVfi , IQ I V I 562 L p s f , rf, ,wa er':rqVIQfmrA' S U 4. ,VV .y WVtV..g,.7V VI ala. from www A Arfd?rEf'5?e?Pr?f??rT'6?lA9f Af rw nrfamlaasige - rr ar . if SHIRLEY ALICE SMIDL, .......... Rzrer Forex: Vfi??'75iS1'v?l5 Q-il i'Asi"ffqIii I V' V' IW . H - ' "tg A WW ' Tl W si mg M Physical Education KFHVQV fff 7' Q " , e f ,I ,f I Ijsa gvaga E355,4aW2p:a?Q5 ref! ' Maggy 11,59 aaawff 3 2 I -ff' 545' V42 ffl A Wir I Tail? V+? 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JOHN HENRY SMITH San Diego, Calzf Division of Special Services Imiurtrzal Administration Chi Gamma Iota Sigma Iota Epsilon, Ac courltancy Club Marketing Club Honors Day C35 JUNE SAYLER SMITH Gzlman Education Mari: Wesley Foundation Women s Glee Club fl, 7, 31 WILL Q23 2 ' 1 ' ' ' Z , . L Q . . . , , , . Va i f sag, EW! r ami W ' 1, . . , . ...... ' :ies fag VA-W1 X ia iVA?f '3," r .,, ,. , em 1 im: ,g m " ."' .'.:t"3'1':,.. PATRICIA LOUISE SMITH ,.......,... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanirh Busey Hall PAUL EVERETT SMITH ............ Raodbanre Education Cbemirtry Spanish Clubg Concert Band 11, 2, 35 Z Cast, "As You Like It" Shurtletf College .13 .er E Us" YF- sf A it 'Q i , i i r' "W Q ff 'Ei Q "V ROBERT SHERMAN i atrapan, Marr. H A Mechanical Engineering Men's Residence Hall A.S.M.E. University of Minnesota LTQ INDBERGH SMITH ..... . . . .Ozark 52 Journalism i . is I , . . , Editorial ' til? fairiii. Alpha .. KJ da Pierrotsg The fljg Illini Union committee in i Y.lNi'I4iiX7liiil'g.5,k3l,Cabinet Q43 Q casi, "Barchester Towers" YF? SIDNEY EDWARD SMITH ...... .... S ann?Qi5iJ Commerce Accountancy Beta Alpha Psig Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Day C25 ,i x Oberlin Collegeg John Carrol University: Columbia University .. 1 : 1, EDWARD s ......... .... W znnetkii Commerce Qiirmeafl Econornicr Delta Freshman Football Squad Msn if 177 CATHERINE JESSIE SNOW .....,...... Decatni Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Sciencer Gamma House Mortar Boardg Torchg Psi Chig House Presi- dent f4Jg W.G.S. Executive Council 13, 43 Honors Day C23 EDNA MAE SNYDER ........... ...Laclaporr journalism Adrertiring Sherwood Lodge Joliet Junior College V W HENRY ARNOLD SNYDER .... Karuar City, Ma. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Zeta Beta Tau Phi Eta Sigmag A.C.S.g A.I.Ch,E.g Y.M. C.A,g Illini Union Council Q25 g Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Da ,gm ,,.i:,. if it -,., . 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AL V-455: CHARLES ERWIN SPAE .... ...Urbana Merbanif kg, gineerlng Alpha Kappa Phi Kappa Phi g ' A'-J Si - Pi Tau Sigma : A.S.M.E. g Tauamg ' Pi' en's Glee Club can Honors Day ' University of Illinois Scholarship Ke d f' 5 il' if 5' 9 S it at ee Q Engidif ' ng Wal I s ,Mime z , M ie le fat ' is HSL N f 5 as 4 fx? ' if ER L - 35 ....... eeenweuf Ros 'r SPAU DINEQE Al f G Liberal A nces Sa W Men s Residence Hall 'lf Sociology 'Club 13, 41g Marketing Club K-41 1 The Daily Illini GJ g Illini Union Committee 155 Illinois State Normal University NAOMI JEANETTE SPECKMAN ...... Melrafmli.r Education English Reeter Club Honors Day Q25 184 NORMAN SPELLBERG ............... Clyirago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pafycbology Illinois Institute of Technology FRONCIE RUE SPEIRS ......... .. .Champaign Education Murif Alcestis ,slz omen's Glee Club Ol .MN ., 3 , ., ef . ,wx t , , ..,,, ,,,, , A J, is X ai Q ,ef c, , S 'li bye kr ag 'S ' 'law Aa. , . :V MARIANNE JAMESON SPENCER .... Rack Iilana' Liberal Arts and Sciences Hiizory Medea Augustana College EDWARD HAROLD SPIEGEL ......... Shelbyville Division of Special Services Pre-Medicine University of Michigan df I ROBERT SPIEGEL ................... Chimgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemiitfy German Club University of Michigang Texas College of Agriculture and Mechanics LEONARD SPIELMAN ................ Chicago Division of Special Services Business Managemenl Witanshire ' al tfr, rj it sgaae V w g . A fa, , 4 I ,.::AM , : ,2StSg52ib4 ., e -.. gil if Eff ' 1, I Ku t, 43 , 4 V my A ae' fi, ,, We ga 7 , r at Q Q .S I .,, . a t 1 JOHN CHARLES SPOONER ............. Maroa Division of Special Services Sale: Management Marketing Club Gustavus Adolphus Collegeg University of Minnesota EUGENE SPRAGUE ...,....... .. .Month-ella Commerce Personnel Management University of Georgia DONALD RALPH SPRINGER .......... Pfinceron Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha 15, 41g Agriculture Edu- cation Club 141g Hoof and Horn 141 Illinois State Normal University ARTHUR LEE SQUIRES ............ ...Derafnr Commerce Marketing SQUIRES .......,... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Granada Club Cyclothem Club Northwestern University IETI-I ST. 'CLAIR ...,., ,,Cl1imgU Agriculture o n 0 m 1 cJ Busey Hall i": German Club 111 Economics Club 141 5 Newman Club Managemenl and Home K .. , , 1 JAMES BAYLES ST. 101-IN ....... 1. Commerce Accountancy Granada Club Accountancy Clubg Caisson Club Honors Day 111 ST JOHN Haopeflon Arts and Sciences Cberniftry Ha Squad 111 BETTY ANN STAHL ........ ...... C bampaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Ornicron Pi The Illio 111 Stephens 'College JULIA RUTH STAI-IL ................. Nianzir Agriculture Teacher Training in Home Econonzicr 4-H House Home Economics Club 11, 2, 3, 41 g Ph: Upsilon Omicrong Alpha Sigma Nug The Illi- nois Agriculturist 11, 2, 51 g W.A.A,g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major Ig Illinois Disciples' Foun- dation 15, 41 Honors Day 131 IJIURIEL STAI-INKE .................. Dalton Liberal Arts and Sciences Matbernaziar Theta Upsilon Philosophy Clubg Y.W.C.A. Thornton Junior College Ax ' Q, ,, I'- ,ii , ,F a v .,x Q., H gwfgszw '- VERNON EDWIN STAHNKE .......... Chicago M-75M Education lndzmfrial Education 4 I Honors Day 131 HARLOW STALEY .................. Modesto Liberal Arts and Sciences ,Q Chemistry Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Kappa Phig Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day 11, 2, 31 5 University of Illinois ? Scholarship Key JAMES KINGSLEY STALKER. Sl. jorepla, Mo, 'Comme 5' Manag ent Delta Tau Delta 4. Mm L- H Pershing Rifles, Ac untancy Clubg Second Lieutenant, Universi Brigade fig 535 Ei M Hows Day W Qt- I B STANFIELD ............ 5 lx 'K '25, Libefa1AffS and Sciences A 'z " it Gef'S"'P'fy l 5 Q ' A-:' A WAYNE STAFF ................... Belleni li ii N ' ' General Agriculture li gf 1 sis -3 I A1 ' T li' A 'IW' lgi' AL is is is 1 L ' SWE' I " S is I'!5l?g15 K l A l BERNARD MICHAEL STAPINSKI. .Aaonmare, Pal 1 5 fi S S " 2 QE l A Commerce W il ff A 'list li I 5 Accountancy . it V .5 y S 753' we Club ' F 'feb fi A 3 Honors Day 121 , Y ii V, E 1 .. ff.. if: ' ' l : ,.... "- , 21, A A Qi ll,-Q-1: ll XVAYNE LOWELL STARK ............ Rorlefa 1 Liberal Arts and Sciences ,I ' Mmm Lodge limi-1' I 5 North Park College I -ll ' " I :,. .. .,,,. , Mm TUE EM 1 ,1,,1tL, EA IAA- ii , M .- ,,,, E , Louis STAUDER ..... .Defaznr grfrgrr ,,f. i.gjgghA.,g-gf' f. 3. ci-a s-vzfurqg I v ,I . I tzeifzrfzrffffwfiff A - -. - . I nfl Ililfltll Ae! nznm l7'tlll0 zz fi' -: 4 . 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I salts? 3 I- . gi , --fgqisil A 4' r- are el . :QI er :rr Q -A A CHARLES WILLIAM STEELE ....... SM Engineering W g Eleclrical Tara Hall . lg Kvziianuj ,I t K N ,.-frfafifif a appa u ,Aa 'f it . .. RW: if E59 X' we A Q 5119 QB i Qfgigrkm ,wig Hts 2' 454 ei aa K 9 if, K we N f an .j y if QV 5 if Q flyer L ,rf gy 4 in gr , r ,. wxjfsrib arg ' igfv xa . p 4...'va- Tigre! if fr r x. egg? 5329 Saw R46 ETS A .- rg? ,gk -' , . 7, , .'. , ,- I -I fear' -pw-f if rf- A gr ae -M 167- r w i f irrg, rkf"ifaEa1fm we-igihr-lsr-, A -r f r V -f f -ei W 'RT- Z:I1dli'l . rv. Qlgkeiiriaef 'f552?13.ii5fg .iff 2 'i g f i or - aera--ees , f . FRED STEERS. JR- --.... ........ Chicago 5 R . H, - , , N ww i-.7 I I , , Q5 Division of Speg,Q5l3ServIces rw .f - r I lmgmggriy,-.FWgigEegr,ag.1 1,.. Polztzca fglgacce Sigma en 'Fi f'? " f Y' 15511553 'krf 5- . . . . - - Tribe of Illinig Ma1or Varsity Tennis We rs A A if AF Agia . r ff ? 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University lavage -'Y xriwrlkbfsr i f y 1. . . . .Benton Executive ...Cairo . . . Chicago Division of Special Services Political Science Men's Residence Hall Cast, "The Affairs of Anatole" Wright junior 'College MARILYN JANICE STERN .......... . , .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Indeco Deltag Psi Chig The Illio sg mmxittee 123 3 Production , , ,, I gf W iii Beggar 011 of Penzance' Honors Day fl, 21 CHARLES STERNBERGER ..,... Commerce Management Zeta Beta Tau Marketing Clubg The Daily Illini DONALD PAUL STEURY ...,.. Commerce Mn: eeo2flr2.-2.lff"4r'f1 U . . r Pirates ', Barches 'er A A451512 . .. .Chicago KU . . .Danville Inalnrtrial Adminirtralion Sigma Chi Honors Day Q35 Wlabash Collegeg University of Oklahoma JACK STEvENsoN .................. DzzQoif1 Division of Special Services lndmlrial Adminiitfation Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.M.E.g First Regimental Band Cl, 21 Southern Illinois University ROLAND STEWART ........... .... 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Il1Hlll.ff7'45 Division of Special Services Pre-Medicine Phi Sigma Epsilon Western Illinois State Teachers' College EMILY EILEEN STOCK .............,.. Arriba' Fine and Applied Arts Art Education McKinley Hall Secretary, W.G.S.g The Illio Q13 4 Chairman, junior Prom Committeeg House President 1415 W.G.S. Executive Council Mfg Y.XV. C.A. 'Cabinet Q47 DOROTHY HELEN STOCKDALE .......... Alton Journalism Adifertiring Alpha Chi Omega Arepog The Illio 41, 235 Illini Union Com- mittee fl, zjg University Orchestra fl, Z, 5, 43 JANE LOUISE STOCKWELL, New Haven, Conn. Fine and Applied Arts Marie Education 1 Zeta Tau Alpha Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 35 5 University Chorus Q41 g Production Staff, "The Sor- cerer", "Barchester Towers" LEO OTTO STOEBER ........... .... B elleoille Engineering Elecfriral Engineering A.S.A.E. FRED DAUGI-IMAN STOKES. . .. .Taylorville Division of Sigma Alpha Skull and -Crescent Illio Q11 United States I Academy STONE ........ 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St. Elmo Division of Special Services Marketing and Management Illini Club Marketing Cluhg Accountancy Club Union University ELIZABETH ANN TAYLOR ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Busey Hall 1 ,. is 1 c ff! J. PAUL TAYLOR ........... ...Benton Commerce Marketing ana' Management Accountancy 'Clubg Marketing Club Ohio State University INIARGARET JANET TAYLOR ............ Normal Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirb Presbyterian Hall McKinley Foundation KATHERINE IONE TEACH ......... Springfield Commerce Accountancy Mansion The Illio C11 g House President GJ Honors Day fl, 2D LEsTER DWIGHT TEACHOUT ......... Rockford Engineering Mechanical Engineering Chi Phi A.S.M.E.g Pierrotsg Production Staff, "Beggar on Horseback", "Antony and Cleopatra" MARY LUCILLE THACKAEERRY ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Medea Wright junior College HENRIET LEE THAL ................. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prychology Evans Hall Wilson Junior College Illinois Institute of Technology MET-VIN .Chicago n of Special Services Chemirtry Honors Day GJ Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts TEDFORD ...... Warhington, Ind. and Applied Arts Mnric Concert 45 ' University Orchestra MAX Louis TEITELMAN. .New Haven Commerce Marketing Exmoor Hall Kalamazoo College CHAR Chicago Arts and Sciences Prychology Delta ROBERT THOMSEN TERP ............ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Acacia Honors Day Q15 ROY THOMSEN TERP ........... .... C hicago Engineering Civil Engineering Acacia University of Minnesota HAROLD HENRY THOLEN .... .... C haprn Commerce Accountancy Independent's House Accountancy Club Honors Day GJ Illinois College WILBUR JOHN THOM ....... .Coal City Commerce 4cc0untr Phi Eta Sigmag Chi Gaz Iota Honors Day il, 2, 35 GEORGE Journalism Radio Committee KBJ WILL 13 45 Delta Chi ARCHIE EDWARD THOMAS Springfield Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E HENRY THOMAS, JR. ........... Bloorninglon Engineering Agriculzural Engineering A.S.A.E.g Gamma Delta Illinois State Normal University HENRY VAUGHN THoMAs. . .Mar-ganfielrl, Ky Fine and Applied Arts Architeclnral Engineering Honors Day Q22 Wester'n Kentucky State Teachers' College 191 . Y , 6 I ,Wasps-it - . ,W ii ii, i iiaoivsa gyii of - .gi W ' E . 2 ggi ? B ARILYN THoMAs ,................ Chicago all Liberal Arts and Sciences iiiiiiiif W 5, gigiii igiiifiiiia Piiffwlogii ia 1 it E- is ls Alpha Gamma Delta Pgigiggfa it if "'i I Ji! 5 , ai T A . iff gl if' 'lar-'if fi ' ii i ' is 3 55.545 Us 5 -it gl yziiiikf, is -Ei-E A-gl 5 's '42-la, -la if yi E 233 lgfg Efiiigifi Iii it 31535 .Ei it ia i it an li gig ,Eiga ei 2 gg! arg ' 55 E " l if , . . fiywiw w iigi if 5 I 3 9 E ARBARA RLLTH THOMASSON. .I ..,. Champaign I I ,5 , K ' 'gf gt Liberal Arts and Sciences 3 3 L ' 5 it iii Pwfhvlvgy git? 2 . 3 3 V ini .Q ,, V Chi Omega v ii, 'XS QE' f ay lig pha Lambda Deltag Psi Chig The Illio 41, E55 535 iai i y yhl 32 ,5 'ig "li l g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 12, 315 Phi Beta E i it ili ii i llfi A I ima gfigig gif ,lg i jgs i Day 41, 2, 33 4 University of Illinois il 1 Q , s cholarship Key M- ,,,. -I - 5, I gf' , il ! g' Q l 2 15 32 gil, ali ' ii if iii iiiiiif giiil? ' i , iii? I ia lfiilii ii i t 1 TOM i.......i. 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Decarar Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Sigma Delta Tau Torch' Shi-Aig Sigma Delta Pig The Illio Q25 g Illini Union Committee Q11 Honors Day Q27 HARRIS RAYMOND TILL, JR.. .Western Spring.: Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemirtry Alpha Phi Omegag American Chemical So- ciety Lyons Township Junior College JAMES COOPER TILLITT ..... Sr. Cloud, Minn. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering University Chorus 12, 3, 43 Minot State Teachers' College Ross PAUL Trrus ............... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Hirtory Concert Band Cl, 2, 3, 41 5 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 13, 45g Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors Q43- MARY TIMLIN ...,................ Oah Pai-la Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanifh Alpha Gamma Delta Spanish Clubg Newman Clubg Production Staff, "Blythe Spirit" Rosary College CHARLES WOODRUFF TOBERMANN. . .Hillrhm-a Fine and Applied Arts Architeclnral Engineering Phi Kappa Psi House President Q45 5 Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade i 'E a mi '4 ailnftlg if f 3 4 K lil is i ' if". 5 Q . . Y L 3 rw. , c s 'ici an U' lb-J Rr ixiiytifii' , I ,mil 'imnqrm gihfagiapi 1, Q "Zum A 6' ta rg , fi .QW 'Y f-'94, 'f.n2'ff"y, ' 'X xt, wifi iii, Ruta. ....i.,, .Q 'ii'aii2s!Pm:I:iiiwfw-SGW 'W ,,s,aRa ri JAMES LINDELL TOLLIVER ..... .... L ouiwille Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College VIRGINIA BERGERIE TOMASIAN ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Econonzirr Sherwood Lodge Junior Prom Committee ,,,, JOHN PENN Tex. 32i?:3fi3w,l:i"-fi ,-u,.-gras?-'--Lg., -gr wg,5:.,fwIe ' ' - . ision of Special Services Marketing and Cbefnirtry German Clubg Marketing Club West Texas State College -C.. TOMKINS ..... Bloomington Y-gif., . . . . on of Special Services I, ommerce ' 'cctrrfhwfgpiggsriiggiglr i Illini Union Coun g Illini Union Com- . . . if-signin . , , mittee Q51 3 University Alumni As- sociation, Student HAROLD TOPPEL ........ . .... Franklin, N. Division of Special Services Burinefr Adminirtration Phi Epsilon Pi University of Delaware ROSEMARY TORNELLO.. ..... .Chicago Education ' Biolo Stonehav x , .,-,,.. I ' I . Newman Union Committee fl, 2, 35 J ttf. I., N "' DONALD LEE TORRENCE .............. Sparta Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Kappa Sigma Purdue University CAROL JUNE TOURTELLOTT ........ Galerburg Physical Education Pbyfical Education Orchesis KI, 3, 41g W,A.A.g W.A.A. Nu- merals Honors Day Q13 LRE TRACI-ITENBERG ................ Chicagff Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Granada 'Club Omega Beta Pi Honors Day Cl, 2, 33 3 University of Illinois Scholarship Key I Atti e'ii'i lty. wi-aim.. TI-IoMAs TRAFTON, JR.. .......... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences , Claenzirtry Delta Kappa Epsilon Skull and Crescentg Scabbard and Bladeg ,rw ' I. ' - 1 , 5 if ll J 3 Q A 4 t Scimitarg The Illio illg Freshman Fencing Squadg Captain, University Brigade Honors Day Q35 MARVIN LRE TRATNER ,....... ....... C hicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lunclgren House Honors Day C13 University of Chicago' Northwestern Uni- versity Zz: FRANCINE MARION TRAVIS ..... .Chicago Education Elementary .Educ :,: I L", Harmony House wi ?l'ii?"E' ii sf it - glial Is. "I EI RI ss, I-ees: is I iii li gl il! I V ff 2H'iS'zr 'V In V. V I z i f x sw, Y If IEW' 5 . K 2:55 I , 2 ,I .. 2 E """' si it N I S' Wg .! 5 IRE ' E , will V510 Q ' II' I is if ,Ii viii ' l Wwe Sli, , 2 il , ali ' ai of at U55 Ill' I -wiki 1 ' ,iigfjf ,rg Us si 2 J, I 077 '4 llxlifq ilill li lil: ,. . 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Ms f A fe ? i2 2' 'ev I 'PII is ia A1 5 gg i , g WALLY IRVING TUNICK. . , . . . . . s A31 L Q ' 1 Joufnallsm AA . - i ts - A eig el I i f Radio Four 'Columns 5 First Regimental Band lirifizs " HUZ1 JUHIOI College . ,.. ., 1 i W wt Ji, F iigir 1 A r ' ti , r w 'A " " ' Az? 'iss Qugsii ie g , :E A-15 35132532 ' Nl 55,5 A51 3 ggi A 551 WILLIAM LEROY TUR .......... Herrzrk .ell 15 Slit Liberal Arts kg Sciences t .sw 5 Hzrtory 2 1:1 E , xg, junior Bar Association 5151 gl? A52 58 E 25551 R1 gffeiiiif T " aiiiieiiegafstfi v i A Agfa ' I J ai I 5 g ee' in ' .- Mf m' 31' ' fi iisfg 355 ,Ay e ew. , , E ' A 5332 5 Q M EA .'.1 Z': ,,, A .nf 'Wi 4 951559 A LT W Hnosinfmfgi' A n -af 1, 5 1,5123 .E A A aiqilfiisisi ,i n f F' f g g 3 :91 as JACK TUTHILL ................ 15, .Champaign 1 . 5 2? A Liberal Arts and Scien 5 s ,I , .1 . , ':- Mit - ,za .ga-I ?f2E"'s 'fillF5ilIf xlliE f if- Pryclaology ' if it i' 9isQE5l ii32 ii if Acad, I Q' H1 1 911: i f if, . . 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Roreizlle 1 grr funiw "ri-ef? el 'Q 4, Cami Alpha Tau Omega ii Ma-W D - T 'b f Ill' -- vast M ---YW , am. an' af fl e 0 ml, ' ' Af Squad 13, 41, Letter K3, 41, Varsity Cross- 1Counrfy Squad fa, 41, Letter fs, 49 , fin W t 111- - . es ern xnois State Teachers College f?'Lwrf1U ff? f f if A124 'n?y-swZs,gfm1gai55lQ.vf,FI f ig, , V 41 f Q IQJWA V Iv ' , J ,,. , .. " HAROLD DONALD T YSON ........... Kankakee an A "" A ,- . . . . . Division of Special Services Commerce , ' , Alpha Delta Phi 1 , 1 . . 1 wifi? fs A- .r' 5',,, 'i",.3Z1y"r' f5':',Q9f2?'2 c 'AX-L I"ktfl5il"m'2wrzi, 1 1.5" . " 'fir Z':'7'l?f, .:EI?Q.?'f,v5?5ii'v:'i-Ilfiafl. LOUIS EDWARD UBBEN ....... .... P ekin Commerce Markeiing Delta Sigma Phi Pershing Rifles, Marketing Club ROZANNA UEDERRHEIN ...... ...Marion Agriculture Horne Economic.: Alpha Phi Home Economics Clubg The Daily Illini UD K. . . 2 xx 1-A xg: , V19 :tg-I i aw 2131, L in f as 9 we 1 ' r 5' .4 W- Us A 'ft . ,, , s -. WZ J? ik? ROBERT EUGENE UI-IRIG ..... ...... R aymond Engineering Mechanical Engineering A Pi Mu Epsilong Newman Clubg Captain, Uni' versity Brigade Honors Day fl, 2, 55, University of Illinois Scholarship Key RICHARD ULRICH ................ River Forert Liberal Arts and Sciences English Zeta Psi Pershing Riflesg Pierrotsg House President 1435 Cast, "Six 'Characters in Search of an Author", "Joan of Lorraine", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Alcestis of Euripides", "The In- fernal Machine" Honors Day 133 W5 LOUIS UNFER, JR ......... ....... C bampaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Wenatchee House Pershing Rifles, Phalanx 3 Cyclothem Clubg Freshman Varsity Track Squad, Varsity Track Squad 13, 419 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade MARILYN FAY UNMACHT ...... ...Rockford journalism Editorial Alpha Gamma Delta Twtgggrehqhim a Tau Alphag Theta Sigma Phig . 5 Ed't 4 - 111' ' M it - ,.1. . JOHN WILLIAM UPP .......... Meadville, Pa. Commerce Management Club Topper House President Q21 Davis and Elkins College CHARLES JOSEPH URrsAN...Bronx11il!e, N. Y. Division of Special Services Eronomicr Delta Tau Delta The Daily Illini Q11 g Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squadg House President 141 WALTER EDWARD URBEN ......... Gall, Calif. Fine and Applied Arts Piano Ice Rink Pi Kappa Lambdag Phi Mu Alpha College of the Pacific DOROTHY RUTH URDANGEN ..... Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in EngliIh Busey Hall Spanish Club 111g The Daily Illini 11, 2, 415 Production Statl, "Skin of Our Teeth", "Three Penny Opera", "King Lear" Heightor, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Zeta Beta Tau Cyclothem Clubg Freshman Varsity Track Squad- Interfraternity Executive Council 13, 41 ' Illini Union Committee 12, 31 Western Reserve University VACULIK .............. 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Farmingzon Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh Alpha Tau Omega Pershing Ritlesg Pierrotsg French Clubg Alpha Phi Omegag The Daily Illini 111g House President 141 g Interfraternity Executive Coun- cil 13, 41 g Illini Union Committee 131 g Cast, "Antony and Cleopatra", "Trojan Women"g Production Staff, "Joan of Lorraine", "Squar- ing the Circle", "Patience" University of Missouri MILFORD ALFONSO VAUGHN.. .St. Louir, Mo. Division of Special Services Bacteriology Alpha Phi Omega Howard Universityg Stowe Teachers' Col- lege ANNE ELIZABETH VEIRS. . .. .Urbana Fine and Delta Gamma Illustratorsg Y.W.C.A. Honors Day 12, 31 1 VELDE. . . . . .... Maron Agriculture General Agriculture Gamma Rho -Clubg Pershing Riflesg Interfra- Executive Council 111 PETER Gus VERGES .............. .Eart Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Stadium Hall University of Illinois Scholarship Key St. Ambrose College EDWARD VERKLER ................... Peoria Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Acacia A.I.A. 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F dl1'1'l01L' Commerce Accountancy Phi Kappa Tau Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg Inter- Executive Council Q21 g First Regi- -sr-VZL-,,: :.,,:-Ms, .,V-sr , K Q FRANCES AGNES WACASER ..... ...Lincoln Commerce Peryonnel Management Alpha Delta Pi President, Mortar Boardg Beta Gamma Sigmag Alpha Lambda Deltag Student Senate Q41 5 Phi Klhi Thetag Orchesis 11, 23 g Star Course, Board of Managers CZ, 3, 47 g Y.W.C.A. G13 Newman Club Cl, 2, 53 Honors Day Cl, 21 SYLVIA LOUISE WACKHR ............ Cenrralin Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Medea Spanish Clubg House President Q45 v P BEULAH MUNsoN WAGGONER ........ Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Cyclothem Club Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College ERNEST EDWARD WAGGONER ....... jerreyville Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag A.I.'Ch.E.g First Regimental Band fl, 21 of Illinois ,E 5 4 R i limi 'awk Engineering Mechanical Engineering Men's Residence Hall A.S.M.E. Baylor Universityg University of Tennessee XVILLIAM GENE WAGNER ..,......... La Salle Division of Special Services Markeling Men's Residence Hall Marketing Club LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior College HOWARD LEROY WAKEMAN ..... .... D erfzmr Commerce Actouninnry Tau Kappa Epsilon James Millikin University VIRGINIA EDITH WALDEN ......... Norflabffmk Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Zeta Tau Alpha French Clubg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 1513 Uni- versity Chorus 12, 3, 41 g Cast, "Patience" Wright junior College eeee I In i ,5,.?..gM A' H ig- if A -ifiiflrfli WALLACE. ,. . . ,. . . , .iVIHJl,I'0I' Commerce Managemenl Scabbard and Bladeg Marketing Clubg Firft Lieutenant, University Brigade 4 sON WALLACE ..... . . . .Norris reid of Special Services an A Q , ommerce Men's Resicle ll . '- . M,I.A. Executive -512235 13, 41 MARY MYR'rIaI WALLACE ...,... . . . fr A riculture ' g Home Eronamiu Pi Beta Phi Mortar Board' Torch ' Phi Upsilon Omicron ' Home Economics Club' Alpha Pi Delta' ee 111 ' Star 'Course Board of Man- age A ALAN L WALKER ........... Maromb Agriculture enerul Agriculture A 12, 3, 41g Hoof and Horn qs, ciu 5, 415 Y.M.iC.A. 141 1 15, 41 5 Marching Band 15, 41 llinois State Teachers Colle e , I , . I 'Cabinet 12, 3, 415 Illini Union iiqsws UZ , , Qi' ' f WI ff 1111 101524 of P r 'M fr 'UF 'Z ,, I 1 Mc Wg? I Q 1 144 I Qu il we 3, , R 8 Iggy, I' r b 1 grmw DONALD IRVING WALKER ............. Rorellr Liberal Arts and Sciences Claenrirtry Wesmen I DOROTHY IMOGENE WALKER .... Burnr Prfririif Division of Special Services General Curriculum WOmen's Residence Hall Annex i 1 LORRAINE MARIE WALKER ..... ..... C bicago Commerce Marketing Marketing Club NORMA EILEEN WALLIS ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Presbyterian Hall French 'Clubg Cyclothem Clubg Alpha P' A Deltag Spanish Clubg Illini Union Committee 121 g University Chorus 111 3 Production Staff, "Beggars on Horseback", "King Lear", f ' ' ' .aft ,eff , I ia A' ,yi 1, R ' me ' v I "Romeo and Juliet", "The Male Animal", "Skin of Our Teeth" Honors Day 151 253 E . I if I rl Northwestern Universityg University of xx Michigan w LOIs PATRICIA WANEN .............. Cbimgo A Q Liberal Arts and Sciences ir? Divirion of General Studier X Q Kappa Delta 5 ,F 5 House President 141 Q A . Y DONALD WESSEL WANGERO ....... Cbimgo Liberal Arts an if ciences Pryelao gy Honors Day 131 jf' Wilson Junior Coll e wig MII I .Ml gl iiiifgg fi V ig gI5g'lff ,l 5 5255 ,ii i s Jgff , 5 g .1 , l il XE S , 1,5521 if ,I ill . if 5 'irlii li I BE TAYLOR WARD ............ QQ Igtig Q55 li, of Special Services 1 5' E 3! Marketing E13 E! 'gig lub Topper rx 5 SIM arketing Club Albion couege 3, 55 li rig ijzr it i 5' , Ii l fill, it Ula. ll lr 1 ini I ir .lifigtig no Y Qs, 2 il IE SP9 5551 my JOI-IN HORACE WARD ............ Clmmpnir Q ' E iii? Finc and Applied Arts lg g Landrmpe Arclfitefture 'ii University Landscape Architecture Society F1512 li I 1 A to Mir 11' Pi tiilrii rl rr itil? ilig ,gig iiiil JOEL BENJAMIN WARE ............ Florrmoor Liberal Arts and Sciences Econonzifr , Phi Kappa Psi Pershing Ritiesg Phalanxg The Illio 11, 2, 3 Illini Union Committee 151 g Second Lieutei ant, University Brigade MARY jOsEI2I-IINE WARE ,... Sz. Andrew, Fha journalism Editorial Leinad Manor German Club 121 g The Daily Illini 141 .gp I riiiii 11 ilrlirlgglliji Iiiitsr IAQ ,Air it ii rl I ri if silt is rgsg ri, iii W 'lil rr gi fig ,L . 9 , iii? ig Agility E ,K Us R I if iiligiii all if i I-sr 51 ,I .Y i l Sit elif I in 1 1211 Y giirif sr ,Z I W Q15 iiliir ti 'lr M I S? 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'ATM Liberal Arts and Sciences ny- we R ,, 13319 . lil? A .i ,Elf E, ai, sirnrffgirwf' 1, fffiifrftlsgsgfeif AM - - f fm 'si '- Q 23 Political Science . . . g i Sigma Phi Epsilon :T E 'A twister , ,ze fa . QL. - - - I alfgs iy a nnior Bar Association ,1',ff, ' P ,' 4 a way E- Q 3' , ' a s :5 ' iv ' gs onors Day f 1, 2, 33 -..,,4r- we-aigjsafgi K rl A ag ..1,:,, Lv E , i , I i t ,. i s C " Sid? V, f --we r a W , w i t V MELVIN CHARLES WASKIN ..... go J.' . j: f,--1.-of Yiisff sr ? y aan We j . Journalism """ A ireifw r if - - W . i V. new Rediff Qi University of West i ei igif f-rfflligzts -J fog , t WAHM? A I' 1 W, .T A If 4 f airs ? ae nga' glQ.zqe7gg1Yi2,ie ,T I T '7 i ii'HI5i5i??i2l W3w,, f?sal , Qff",, alfEJ'4t5i 'J its Jwiigtga. ,. 55 , fWh55,, ,TF JAMES EBMoNDs WATER ............ Pala Division of Sp ka Services My WEA ' N r1lo,f,,.xf,.,,f:p,farr 91 -ae-if lsr, ,i.ia,a5,i.a Mi S I , ,gf-A?ifgiegsaggfiaT5eaygagyrsmiiainggayigfifgiaaetf ,Aga yjagersaea 0610 K P ,Q it few 'tram as ffl 1'Aiik'?Wifa . P1 Kappa Alpha fi V 5,i1,fffe'z: w,gjen,ay',s I' gear f ia! . - ff . . House President Q43 g Int ? ternity Executive iff-5irS22ZC???fii55?A :MissaQff2fgfiQ5flis-Wfigx ' Council 42, 53 f ' , S4?+fif"'W Ian, A A A wxazne gfrfisfi-3knnAiav'4r4 iaavssggf. . ip M' , WMM, Aftifallef :Wh ' -f at-?'i'1'f X?" A EDWARD WATKINS ........ it . . .Ai-nn' Commerce E, Accountancy . l A' Phi Gamma Delta A iff ihakxarsrf iafiawcn' . . . Ma-Wanda, Sachem, Accounta cy Club, Basketball Manager KZ, 33, Seniwr Manager . , A . 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PUT 12010 'Sf' Women's Annex fir iii' ffl Qg2r?'iQ9i:5Qi- 557 wwf f ifialsiff51vY3fw?.'Qfait ins 332 wir T-.3 WA: fn nf Y4?JWLsiQimMK 'f , , X 1 llfannii5?l?5flf'?5aeag, 'rim -1' 2: T -alzgrwiwiif '52g'i?fg.tE-3i1ir,nrrcffy,:iqr,:-. , 1 K ' 2Yf21f"iiz'f'4iz5i1Q 1-w rist .5isbswef-ie':imaezlisisimf 1 fa ,:2f'1e:i'2?1Nfrpfwflffift iifgnief? Wiffiii fiwiz mr11aw'M , 1 mn .l,, , H ,W - ,Q ,yn .N xsgrfyii T ,, , My . Ilguni ilf ,,,,-'cash 'QI33Qitdriiibiiiiilblflffl5 eaftifaffili dgzgffgfisp igisfwiixtg :fm ET-fa f:w:gw'we?i'M 2rf'fQH:Q?faewf7 lnaygiTasggiQ2S1fiinreflfigifgfniaiggefizmifzlE is U afafrvt BARBARA MILLER WEATHERLY ..... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycholagy ROBERT BOND WEBB ..i......... Mr. Vernon Engineering Civil Engineering Southern Illinois University 1 A' A aw is ?'f"i""" ' 1 R 1-is is s 4 'slew ROBERT RICHARD WEBB .... .. .Decafnr Commerce Markeling Theta Delta. Chi Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Basket- ball Squad Drake University BEVERLY BARBARA WEBER .... ...Neoga Education General Education Education Clubg Illini Union Committee Q13 235 Y Arias FREDERICK EDWIN WEBER .... ...Champaign Commerce Perronnel Management Beta Theta Pi Princeton University STANLEY LEE WEBER ...,...... Ear: Sz. Lonir Commerce Markezing Marketing Club T na rarer HELEN Louise WEEK .............. Clairngo Liberal Arts and Sciences Pryclaology Evans Hall German Clubg Orchesis MARY JOSEPHINE WEDGE ..... Houston, Tea-ar Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanifb Chi Omega Phi Beta Kappag Mortar Boardg Torchg Shi- Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag Mask and Baubleg Arepog Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Clubg Illini Theater Guild Boardg Pan-Hellenic Executive Council 133g Illini Union Committee C13g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 13, 43 3 Y.W.C.A. fl, 23 g Production Staff, "King Lear", "Barchester Towers", "Pirates of Penzance", "Skin of Our Teeth" Honors Day Cl, 2, 33 g University of Illinois Scholarship Key RUTH HELEN WEIMER ................ Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Shawnee . Mortar Boardg Torchg W.G.S. President: Student Senate 143 g Junior Prom Committee: House President 123 g W.G.S. Executive Coun- cil 12, 3, 43g Illini Union Committee 11, Z, 335 Women's Glee Club 1235 University Chorus 11, 23 Honors Day 113 NORMAN WEINER ................. Chicago Engineering General Engineering Barton House A.S.M.E. Rhode Island State College fL""W' Long Ifleznd N I Commerce Accountancy Pi Lambda Phi Marketing Club' Accountancy Club' The Illio 113 - The Daily Illini 113 Hunter College WEINSTEIN ........ Chicago of Special Services Pershing Rifles Honors Day 133 Curriculum Sigma Alpha . SHIRLEY JANE WEINSTEIN .......... Liberal Arts and Sciences Phyriology French Club DePaul University MARY ....... Algonquin Education En glirh LAWRENCE WEISBERG ............... C hicngn Division of Special Services Accountancy Sigma Alpha Mu WILL 133 Honors Day 153 City College of New York DANIEL SEYMOUR WEISS,..VdH Nnyr, Cnlif. Commerce Mnrhetin g Tau Delta Phi Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg Interfra- ternity Executive Council 12, 339 Cast, "Al- cestis of Euripides", "Candida" Joi-IN NICHOLAS WEISS ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Economic: Lundgren House The Daily Illini 13, 43 g A.V.C. University of Chicagog Miami University 3 Roosevelt College KENNETH EUGENE WELCH ........ Springfield Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag I.A.S. ARTHUR JOSEPH WELCHER, II, Hot Springr, Ark. Engineering Electrical' Engineering Sigma Alpha Mu A.I.E.E.g I.R.E.g The Illinois Technograph 143 5 House President 123 Southern Methodist University HENRI WECHSLER ......... .Pnri:, France Engineeri Mechanical En House President 133 5 A. French Club University of Paris ELGB Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Delta Epsilon Honors Day 133 Millsaps College NORMAN DWIGHT WELLS ........ Division of Special Services Commercial Agriculture Alpha Tau Omega Skull and Crescentg The Daily Illini 11, 23 House President 133 g Interfraternity Council 13, 43 PORTIA GEMMILL WELLS .............. Sperm Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Phi Shi-Aig The Illio 11, 23 Honors Day 133 ROBERT LEROY WELLS ....... .... 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Dixon Fine and Applied Arts Painting Presbyterian Hall Stephens College CLARENCE ROGERS WESTLAKE ....... Sycamore Engineering Ceramic Engineering Ruste Armes Junior Classg A.-C.S.g Keramos a State College , Ji. HLIBERT JULIAN WETZEL .......... Allaombro Agriculture General Agrieitltrrre Alpha Gamma Rho Ma-Wan-Dag President, Y.M.C.A.g Alpha Tau Alphag Agriculture Club tl, 2, 5, 415 Chairman, Plow Boy Prom 151g Chairman, All Agriculture Field Day f31g First Regi- mental Band tl, 215 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet CZ, 31 3 Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 141 Southwestern Missouri College g. Columbia University Jo ANN WETZLER .......... ..... W ilrnette Journalism Advertising Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Lambda Deltag Theta Sigma Phi, Illini Union Committee fl, 2, 51 Honors Day fl, 21 BETTY Lou WHEELER ........ .... C laieago Education Elementary Edrrration Busey Hall Alpha Lambda Deltag The Daily Illini fl, 21 5 House President Q41 5 -Concert Band C11 3 Uni- versity Orchestra U1 g Production Staff, "Ro- meo and Juliet", "Three Men on a Horse", "Three Penny Opera" Honors Day fl, 2, 31 JAMES MICHAEL WHELAN ............. Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences C hemitiry r w e 'qj1't':!g I, 5 egg -A - -I me . -, Iv I -z" if '22 -,I gearing, iIxIfI-azz! I ' I II I titty., EDWARD LEE WHITAKER .......... Forest City Commerce Marketing Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day fl, 2, 315 University of Illinois Scholarship Key ANNE IXIARIE WHITE ............ Blae Irlanrl Liberal Arts and Sciences Speeelr Correction Phi Mu The Daily Illini f31 g Y.W.C.A.g Production Staff, "Joan of Lorraine", "Patience", "An- tony and Cleopatra", "Squaring the Circle", "Three Penny Opera" Thornton Junior College JOHN WHITE ............... .. .Urlfalxn Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club PEGGY 'CONRAD WHITE ........... Champaign Journalism Adwrtiring Kappa Alpha Theta The Daily Illini 12, 33 1 ., i i WHITING, JR. .............. Winnetka' Liberal Arts and Sciences Econonzicr Phi Kappa Psi Pershing Riflesg Scabbard and Blade: 'Caisson Clubg French Clubg Y.M.C.A.g 150-Pound Football Squad C43 g Second Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade Princeton University 'iitfi Wfififfzo .1 e HITLOW ......... .... B enlon aa CI-IARLEs MONROE VVHITMORE .... Cbompo Commerce V' Banking and Finance Alpha Phi Omegag Cavalry 'Clubg Newman Clubg A.V.C.g Second Lieutenant, University 5 rigade atholic University of Americag University Center MARY HITNEL .... , ...... Belleville . gal Arts and Sciences Kapp Gfnifriarb P n-H xecutive Council Q53 University 1 . 3 4 Y No. Ki I 5 ' I Hgh .lil ii 5241. fre 'lg'i'V,.4?? 14-Eiga I 2,21 GARDNER RUSSELL WHITNEY ...... Claampoign Division of Special Services Pefrannel Management Northeastern University NORMA JEANNE WIBLE ..... Yuba City, Calif. Fine and Applied Arts Teacbef' Training in Art Cagle Hall ELIZABETH ANN WICHERT ........ Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Chi Omega The Illio 1235 The Daily Illini C23 Springfield Junior College WILLIAM ROBERT WIEBMER .......... Quincy Commerce Marketing and Management Acacia Marketing Clubg The Daily Illini 133 JOYCE WIENER .....,....... Brooklyn, N, Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studie! Hoste House Spanish Clubg Star Course C335 Production Staff, "Barchester Towers", "Skin of Our Teeth" Honors Day C33 JEAN WIERSEMA. . . .. Tenn. Fine and Arts Arcloitectural Q Alpha Omicron Pi Miz! Alpha Alpha A.I.A.g Terraping i Concert Band 12, 43 5 First Regimental A , Band Q23 L ii - - x ' f ,L" I fl I University of ji e .A W E3 E? , K at ig Q lie YI! gp 'fisgff 4 figiiw it ii it aylgafwrin R ................, Decam. ji il l Agriculture ii ,El I, lg . Home Economic: 51355 A 'Y i Q Alpha Theta :ill E-ililisg l 5 Linclenwood College fig Wil its il 255.4 i'F' Lit- A 5liili..lE.l?i1fi li gli all 'isii ig Q-ll! S, ,l , i 5 ..., I 5 5 trails iff! 1 ig it ill?i,liiig i f list? if live li' f ii s n 55 lialgi if , 55 if 'l troll fu 1 lil! . I. all ll. 'i LESLIE EUGENE WILBUR. .St. Moclerto, Calif: sggiggggggglis IEEEW 3, gig? Liberal Arts and Sciences -E l iii 3 - in fri 515525 t if . E"gl'Jb ,Yii5EilTQia3'lf'??5iiiialil?lltilgiil I5 ig l i l Modesto Junior College 555 ik l 1 is " I Q Fe 'gn i he rlign.giQiaI'lfQzl' alsgnel ig-lip 'la E3 Q E gtaaillglgllrl igilillitzi E33-lralligilli M 3 will I 1 li, IW-r 1-fifiiisilllili ni l il or fl way lgarslliffi it I get 5 it A 5 es 'Eye Eel 'I at qgigll., It 1 t .gi it li gi . ,tag li ts lei Ir isis at liner 1 il wily-uiaflilgivfili-A554 Q, ,Q glasli ls2:lieIElleli1a2a?Aigg,1las , is il g it I in ft f slliilalli Qigllgl 25,51 ll JANE LOUISE WILDEMAN ............ Chicago iiiiilllil Liberal Arts and Sciences gi??5EfS,lilfl?iT,1'51 3? if twig if lgilijg i,,,,Isgame,el,, ,gggsqw at gil aww PIJ'f7P0l0S9' 9ii5SF5iQtE?5wl3,f-tigiig -Illigll is -lilllgi a Alpha Delta Pi 3 5 liiilfggiifiifllllflsl ill Psi Chig The Daily Illini f23g Productioqfliigbgfgggtigigeffg,alfa -f3Qfli22lSf:QEl,l5fi'5 H ,, ,, . i.AgiiltIgan,,aMell,2 .wg f fluff Ig Staff, Beggar on Horseback , King Leargglggs4S,5?1f'f?z?gYiE,,lliQi5gQ5E?lflxiig, E55 iiiwggeil E Depauw Univmit sgltv!iAg29igiglEggJg lglflgtg ig .ta gaafgsyiirr V Pr egttptW3.s,rElxgs5lIril ima, I we rl iewrraiarrffsar Q lr Sum! iii I if ew fu fvi wff! Jlilrfliz - Z .fgw rip I 'r,It3i.lI H f fl: lf, il X Amir, -S Qi it lv EE 1 CHARLES EDWIN WILENS ............ 2-5,57 Division of Special Services General Carricnlanz Sgliglliw 7 Zeta Beta Tau' I Sopliornore Cotillion Committee tlt nfizf 'giigltllillfgf I ,tyilliilillis l Www W. dvi 2 El! lslllzgllllfgfirsfiilzi, if ,ii 'fe E I tang ,xi gi, E jig? 3 20 P iii Eli iililflgiiif it A I Slit: ,lil r i tsl 'ESI 5 lla at 55 ll fl li ig 9 I I fi' , I M -L 1' f xr U Rsrfgiiifkvill' ia N' N i II ,wiisiii -:II--ttf-fixes, f I I I If f I -.Av I mai aof1aIh,w-ar I S L gg Is ,I K . ,.,.,WI1.,a,-L I I EN .ajilfaes I ... 1,1 eii,sfiK1'I:'sfLr,w ' fmt II .aiu E1222121.11-f:als?iiS"4kI . A ? Nf'7 A .I , ,XII e II sf BERKIN WILFORD. .. ...Oak Park ze.: A T1f'i1t --f. Q1115 1 Commerce elfI1'1w2r11ifLz1gle1I't X1 ' 1 a1' Q-A .J P r 21 ' Izg. A ceonntane y ,I e f ogjaagaa'4I:.ggx11:ig:1ig' -1 ee1I-Irzsg Tau Kappa Epsr on gg Phi Eta Sigrnag Star and Scroll :'i'i,,lt,'2a'i Q.":' V E"fl:'ifi?.ffi1+? ' ' ' ' : Honors Day I 1, 2, 31 , University of IllIno.s ,I iff ' 1 wreath '-QQI1 IIHEW M ' an - 1 3 I iffewraflika11wIf,i1sswE+s1.w S ' ,IG W2e,."' 1. ,Of Asa S3zgz:i1stggsgesilainfhfitigihwgggiff , Ia + 5523 21 3 -A It t w I QVANGELINE CAROLINE WILLETT, .... ..Mzlan i t commerce ' if 1' j e -- -1 M"'1W"'f"1 i' 'sa i Hilcrest 1 Gamma Sigmag Alpha Lambda Deltag iig panrsh 'Clubg Accountancy Club a nnie '14Ms1',.e'2 I gf? . . . . 1. 5 1232 Da 151 1 111111f111f1 111111111011 SC11111- gi isaiy gag, f arshrp Key W . A af .-I ,.. W.,-as I. , I M , 11 ke A eg A nt ' gi Ig, ., I .'- A .-15, 1 . V ij 3 , . ,',, -1 3:2 . Q?g Ei11if zgQ5 ,fl CLARA VERNON WILLIAMS. ..... 951 Liberal Arts and Scie . ng a rggfgiag gtr Pryebalagy .EE - is 55555 3 , MPM Delta P1 '1 Eiygigsa g f he Illio Q21 Q Illini Union ee qi, zu 1 all . ,. ' 11' L fi 11 sip? I, '- . 11 'fir A -it 4' HOWARD FREDERICK W i g S, i f Clyzcago Hezgbli as I Eclucat' 1 Q3 5 522. . , 1ndarf111algMfif II I 1-.- A ,, II ff " I NI in Annex Hall I g a fxr Illinois Institute of Tech , gYJ Centre Col- .mnajy 1 I 1+ .I , Ig 1- F . . . . legeg Miami University L 5 tasking 1 Irma , 43435 II ,' - - R ' if 4tfdag1'x?.,rf 1 fe, ,I M1 -w e i i- 11 WIIWOAN MURIEL WILLIAMS Kankakee 1 ' 1 ' I ' journalism 11155 . me E,fi,0,f,,g I B H H i ii-91 ' s -1 use a A - 1IaJ?2agIr?1 .,?5Fa,5aea we- . ,. I 4 . Y S f1z.:12I:IiIlfgiI .-ea-I- I , . bex? . . . . . N, The Daily Illini fl, 215 Illini U Ion Com- : A, 1' ge, 1 I w - , mmee U5 A WILL 417 1 1nQ51w'1g iysiagiispif- .15fl'95Sga,ff?I4I'wa11g 1 tl, g ,A 53 I I R a I I-fW5?W?i??l?ii2-A5 L1Q?k1MII3??sEiIIaniL'faBl1ai1?? , fa 121,54 rigeriafltfea -1.4111 .-we 1 Q4 lijgi, JORIE RUTH WILLIAKQSRQQ... ...Caravan 1 I . , Home to , of a Western Illinois .eachers College L. gram? 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Honors Day fl, 2, 31 Q UIUVSISITY of IlllDOIS SCh01af5h1P KEY fi ii-if? 132 11 K mam' 1 fEI"!1I41gy'R52Pit51fi?3f,2 gdyigiteevaviafextMAS I new-as in E'fl2c'ti"f1s2l '1'-I 1f2a1e11f-fwwsii 111III:I1g:Ira.e4 we i., f :fi v':fwf1'tf fi a3i7iW,I,,.,EAig,,3,4.s,g,irfIi,s.1I5,cAg,,g,g,Qg51Qsf1,'i2si9 Q asian gary 4h,IQ.,I .a13,..4,r. ivmMIII,5ggM Lap zewcawi ,1rI11fIf1zeI1e1,:1-axe rw walt A 11 e 1 af 5 'I may yI.5'g5'ggeyggjI57g,,iI51 -I so ew ff vw '11,f-ayfezsafrr..-c,':I IEIIIQ1 1 fIaIH3..ag1Iea1aQ'i,.ewaIia1f51f1ar gg engage CARL WILLIAM WILSON .... ...Centralia Journalism Adwerliring Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES OSBURN WILSON .... .. .Banoneille Engineering General Engineering Ten-O-One Club Bradley University we- wraps- I r,.,,:ea'Q , 'Ns A - my ' FORREST EUGENE WILSON ........ Champaign Division of Special Services Burinerr Adminirlralion Theta Delta Chi Marketing Clubg Accountancy Clubg Pershing Riflesg Phalanxg Captain, University Brigade IRVIN SPENCER WILSON ..... .... C laampaign journalism Advertising 4, '6 X l i ' .Ee 1. I tie I ,I 441 TI ri GEORGIA MAE WILSON .............. Cbzeaga Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Stonehaven Women's Glee Club Western Michigan University JANE PATRICIA WILSON ............. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirlf Alpha Omicron Pi Illini U I 1-. 5 A . W f r Prom Committeeg 1: fs1i i.j 1 SL Y- ,L ,U . Wai' 4411 If 1 Gaze. i Kimi?-l amina if aaa MARIAN EMBER WILSON ........... Granville Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirla Alpha Phi Alpha Lambda Delta g WILL Q41 g Cast, "Joan of Lorraine" Honors Day Q11 ROBERT EDWARD WILSON ....., .. .La Grange Engineering Itlecbanical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta A.S.M.E.g S.A.E.3 Interfraternity Executive Council 13, 41 Honors Day fl, 21 VIRGINIA RUTH WILSON ............ Indmzr-y Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Busey Hall Cyclothern Club C4Jg Production Staff, "Al- cestis", "Pirates of Penzance" LETITIA WANNAH WIMBERLY ..... Springfield Fine and Applied Arts Mnric Alpha Xi Delta Torchg Shi-Aig Alpha Lambda Deltag Sigma Alpha Iotag Orchesis 115 g Manager, Star Course C2, 31 L Women's Glee 'Club fl, 2, 31 L University Chorus fl, 2, 3, 4Dg A Choir 13, 41 Honors Day fl, 2, Mg Univ Scholarship Key DRED WINLAND ............ Catlin Physical Education Pbyrical Education Price 'Club Physical Education Majors' Clubg W.A.A.g W.A.A. Numeralsg Major I Illinois Wesleyan University WEINSTEIN. . .Rockford Delta Phi The Daily Illini fl, Production Staff, "Skin of Our Teeth", Men on a Horse", "King Lear", on Horse- back", "Pirates of Penzance Honors Day Q51 CARL WILLIAM WISE .......... Newark, 'Commerce Management Noble House Wabash Collegeg Purdue University LOWELL .0akforr! Education Educatzon ROBERT SWERN WISEMAN .......... Rabinfon Engineering Electrical Engineering I.E.S. Honors Day C35 ROBERT JOEL WISINER Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Matloemattcr Kappa Sigma James Milllkin University Wabash College FLORENCE WITGES ................. Sclaelley -Commerce Perronnel Aefminirtration and Management Cagle Hall Phi Chi Theta, Accountancy Clubg Newman Clubg Illini Union Committee C23 Honors Day fl, 55 SARAH WITHERSPOON ..........., Fairmount Liberal Arts and Sciences Matbematicr Gamma Phi Beta Illini Union -Council Q25 g Illini Union Com- mittee fl, ZJ g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Q21 PI-IYLLIS IRENE Wrrr ................. Aledo Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech Correction Alpha Xi Delta Zeta Phi Etag House President C45 University of Wisconsin ARTHUR WITTHOEFFT ..... ,Chicago Fine and Arts Ar Delta Sigma Phi Wright Junior if WOJNAROWSKI ........ Physical Education Pbyrical Education Kappag N.P.P.E. Dev 613 Wright junior College EARL JOHN WOLF, JR ......,.. ..... 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R arkfnid Engineering V Aeronaulical Engineering I.A.s. , ,. E li Q' :ESI ' I FRANCIS EUGENE Woo ? ....... Cariollzon Co if e , .if ' - W Sigma Chi Alpha Kappa Psi Clubg Accountancy Clubg The 4254 Newman crab Ag' N X2 y 2 ,All . t My triad? . E421 I T Ii i 'fx K ,Ni 3 aaa ian fngf ,ink JACK WOOD .' ....... Z .Senazla, Mo. Fine and A wqg? Landrcape Arc ,gmt gifwgldi -ifiiiligggaii 536' L' A1 ph a R h 0 Ch i 'r-ffz I ii,g,Ig,wir- -I VIVIAN IYIAY WOOD ......... Earl Troy, Wir. Commerce Law Cagle Hall Beta Gamma Sigmag Alpha Lambda Delia Honors Day C35 5 University of Illinois Schol- arship Key 204 JOHN JOSEPH WOODWARD. . ........., Urbana Division of Special Services .Engineering Saler ROSANN BUGARSKY WOODWARD ....... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Teaelaer Training in Speech Cawertion W.A.A. ,,.:, 1.51 ,i - 1 -. V NANCY ELLEN WORSHAM ......... Montirello Liberal Arts and Sciences Biology Palamar Secretary-Treasurer Junior Classg Spanish Clubg Ecology Clubg Junior Prom Committee EDWARD JOHN WRIGHT ..... .... R iver Farm Law Law Fireside Pershing Riilesg Phi Alpha Deltag Junior Bar vfir I Associationg House President Q61 , , i4Si'Q'Z":.4 -i University of Notre Dame i LELAND EDWARD WRIGHT ........... Bradford Agriculture General Agrirulture Farm House Agriculture Club, Agricultural Education Club CI, 214 Agricultural Economics Club 13, 41 DePaul University ROBERT SAMUEL WRIGHT. .Alma Center, Wir. Engineering Civil Engineering Chi Epsilong A.S.C.E. 'I "' ' ir1f,i,7i':..-'nm-,-i , . ,, . .-ff rl' ..,, T ' ??IEf,El5'E' 150 213125-:i .. WILLIAM EDWARD WRIGHT ........ La Grange Engineering Merbanieal Engineering Alpha Chi Rho Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Star and Scrollg Pi Tau Sigmag Co-Manager, Star Course Horrors Day UD FLORENCE JEANNE WROBEL .......... Cbirago Liberal Arts and Scienres Frenrb Stratford House Honors Day Q51 Rosary College HELEN ELAINE WYCKOFF ........... Decalnr Agriculture Horpital Dieteticx Palamar Home Economics Club 15, 41 LEWIS JOHNSON YAP? ........ Barhanh, Calif. Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science The Daily Illini 43, 47 ,V- .,V,.., :,i .T N .' ....... Chicago iberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Leeman Lodge Wright Junior College x ELYN YOUMANS. ........ .Chicago fiiiwl' ,eggs Agriculture Kappa De . The Agriculturist Union Committee ARTHUR FRED YOUNG .... . .... .... C gi t , ' . ev, f t. ' ll' 'A " Development .c c, .,, ,,., 4 ' rg ilk! 1 U LK gs 41, 2, 33 S Lint xi E f W N X, En . . gineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. ,lm Wilson Junior College au. , . it 6 iii ig: CAROLYN OUNG ............. Evanrion Journalism Advertising Delta Theta The Illio Q31 5 Tempo Q35 Stephe K "iii .,,,. ELROY YOUNG ........ . ........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry M.I.A. Executive Council Illinois State Normal University HELEN RUTH YOUNG ............ Hazel Crea: Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Gamma Delta Thornton Township Junior College LYNNE Masco YOUNG .............. Chicago Division of Special Services Joarnalimz Kappa Alpha Psi Interfraternity Executive Council Q41 Wilson Junior College . ..,i ,.,, ..,. U PHYLLIS SYLVIA ZACOVITCH., ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Ivria French Clubg Hillel Foundation GEORGE JOHN ZANOTTI ...... ..... C hicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta il, I.A,S. gi 5 ,..: L 's 'if' lVlARIAN ANN ZAWILA ......... ...Chicago Agriculture Home Econonz x Busey Hall Home Economics Club' .A.A. ' Newman Club ' Production Staff " ll the King s Men" Wright Junior Colleg an 1 -ilk' we .s .1 ,zfwsag-' 1 l l E FREDERIG ZEISLER ........... Kankakee X is E Q 143- . . 5"gmee"9g . 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I Liberal Arts and 1 Claemiftry ' College Hall I First Regimental Band 13,' DePauw Universityg Brc! ' versity ERWIN ELMER ZIEMA .... ..... B erwyn Engi Mechanical 'neering Tau Kappa Epsilon A.S.M.E, Honors Day 121 Illinois Institute of Tec logy I 5 SQ I i . 1 0121 104 1? it 1 g i I I ' f' ,I , it i GEORGE STANLEY ZILIS ..,.... ,.... Cbicago gl Engineerin Electrical Engineering? Annex Hall Q Honors Day 111 I Wilson Junior College I L eg E 3 ii, a sir fggi it girls get i t A in a t at I grill ui ga tif I s 3 it I, l t A , wtlllglil .titilit ' i -iw g a rter pitmii xg at, 4 I , fwil lrl All it ll? lil ll fill? ll aigiamf E, E X245 1 1 it Y 633251 1 l illft 'E E -1 ggifig, W 2 Wit I I liilgilllilgat l l tsgf r K F " 1 I tttgtftariaeittfifif it lligggl gels 515 ' It .J use mit Q 2 it it IIS It I if new it ff: A at MII tri? A it 512555551 Egiiglflleg Sig I A ,g ' girl K ra l ill lla xillliil ix R I I' tifiitfwii AIAIIIQHJ 5 twig! ,guest glif 12 5 if it I e 4 'iii ,lim limi A Vi' 51? 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Prophetrtown Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Freshman Varsity Track Squad VITO BERNARD ZINZI ...... Union City, N. I. Commerce Marketing Captain, Gym Team 141g Tribe of lllinig Varsity Gymnastics Squad 13, 41, Letter 0 C B g TW, ,,I,i,I ,I., . LESLIE BLAIR ZUCKER ......... .. .Chicago I Commerce Accountancy Men's Residence Hall Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Univer- sity Chorus 131 L A Cappella Choir 151 3 Cast, "The Sorcerer" NORMAN ZUCKERMAN ........ ..... C laicago Commerce Accountancy Chi Gamma Iotag Accountancy Clubg Market- ing Club Honors Day 131 Herzl junior 'Collegeg Louisiana State Uni- versity HENRY GEORGE ZMIJEWSKI ..... .. .Chicago Commerce Public Ajfairi' Accountancy Clubg Marketing Clubg Spanish Clubg Newman 'Club St. Viator Collegeg DePaul Universityg Arkansas Universityg Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College ELAINE ZWORYKIN .......... Princeton, N. J. Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Medea .,.,,.y,,,.,a ., T9 E1 If gl- it . . vp .r,.. 1, at , I ti is A ,4 Is sfojgixf 55621: -M3E:ELIg32:21A..QI'-rr-era-if'--yn. . ' ' Mfr, .L NI?iti1?"5'f 5 1 FRANCIS JOHN ZoKAITEs ...... Kenorba, Wir. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Gar-Men A.l,A. JACK LEROY CHURCHILL ...,....... Ruxbrille Physical Education Teacher Training in Pbyfical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon Delta Theta Epsilong Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squadg Freshman Varsity Track Squad BERTRANJD ROBERT BERTRANDQ ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemirtry Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day C11 CHARLES MARVIN BLACKEURN...Pinclaneyville Engineering Mechanical Engineering Southern Illinois University- University of GILBERT BOGE 77' .... . . . .Chicago -' eral Arts and Sciences Zoology Honors Day C31 Illinois Institute of Technology Notre Dameg Indiana State Teachers' College ARTHUR BOWERS ............. Dixon Arts and Sciences History Theta Daily Illini Q1 Union Committee Q31 Q Cast, "Guest in DONALD HENRY BRENNECKE. .SL Lauir, Commerce I nduitrial Ailminirtratian Exmoor Hall House President f41g Concert Band Q1, 211 Chief Illiniwek Q21 CHESTER BRUSZEWSKI .... Chicago Journalism Advertising Hill Alpha Collegeg Art Institute of ASHBY EDWARD CHALLY ............ Herrcher' Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech University of Idaho ROBERT ELLSWORTH CLARK ........ Pezerrhnrg Division of Special Services Management Alpha Tau Omega Industrial Relations Clubg Freshman Varsity Basketball Squadg Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad JACK MARSHALL Coen ........ Harmon, Tex. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E,E.g I.R.E.g Electronics Club Q21 Rice Institute JEAN SHARON COLE ........ .... S idney Education Muric Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Alpha Iota Honors Day Q11 DOROTHY 'COLLIER ........ ....., F armer City Liberal Arts and Sciences Pfycholagy Kappa Delta , The Technograph C51 3 W.A.A.g Illini Union Committee KZ, 51g WILL 131 Stephens College MARGARET LOUISE CUMMIN err Grore Agricultu , Home Eco if Alpha Lambda Delta I Honors Day Q11 . Purdue University vision of Special Services Personnel Management ta Phi WILLARD DAVID DRUKKER .......... Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi WILLIAM FOREST EVERHAM ......... Wilmette Division of Special Services Marketing Delta Upsilon Marketing Clubg The Illio Q11 Illinois Institute of Technology RALPH WATI-IAN FISHER ..... Memphir, T Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Barton House A.I.Cl1.E.g Y.M.'C.A. Honors Day 131 Carson-Newman College I ., ,, ii I 1 I I i I I? . E. , . Vis ,il E. gi I 1 ,.,, I 1. iilii f1sgffeiiAEarfgff?21rIa?Q,a , -wifi if I J ANE GLEN GEI-IRINC ....... 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SVI Si n ii e ilflii lfikilgi Alia? liiiisiiELAYN RUTH GRAN '------------- Liberal Arts and Teacher Training in Union Committee f versity fe orus 1515 McKinley Fou Produc- i g filii Staff, "Antony and Cleo 'Squarina - M : A 'ff f'- ,Q 2 51 -2 W - ,. " " ,aii 5 e7 Vii?li' Circle . ggi lilg isaji j M a gg ie' right Junior College ll 5' aa , , if Mfg-ifi. are 'Wi ii-ei gall it sis. , , ir, ,Q fm lili , ' I - V if A f aq A V, F ,qi -if gc,-A . 4 . , i i gf ARILYN FRANCES GREG H Wayne, Inj. mmwmmm iiiafa PM MPM Omiffon Pi Illustratorsg Illini Union mittee fl, 21, :iii5i7551iil'i'?'Kil?fQll ilitiiliivliifliiiiiiliii,il A"- ' if5TKi,i,fi.Y.W.C.A. a lie, li? ,',' EM! , 'gi " irggyiigfieiv A a5j1Kf1f321iIifU.gj, 'INK az giicilaiiygifa iiii -a a a M u i , A I A agilil32Ai,f,clI iiiiliiaaaie I HALL V' U'b ,T g, ga, iii iim l i v. im giggg gaiag i , - . . . . ......... I ... Z . . . 1 ana ylizxf Liberal Arts and Science lsi giliai Teacher Training in Social ig! ialia if em KW jfs Graceland College Iii 1? r? I lfwilflaliiliiiwljiiff is 5 , ii. life ,lsviiwilq 55321 I ,I , A X. g.,J., , , t,,, 5 i Simi 9ggQ7i13iilifliJgE4l:i5'E?aKIf,iii515271Iirliimg For " 'F li I , imma aafiiagfifilieilii,-'?,'l5S5Qz3ag3f 3 A iigafwsgiia eiie -I ii mira it rinse, ' A255 iff ' f Q'33i'ifi' A-'iWilTi'ri91Sl'5i1fl,ffiiliiyiiiiifriii elite? I lhifiliiiiiwl-1.?i are ia. Iiiliilifiiiwi ACHAEL HARRIS .......... ..... Cbicaga il Liberal Arts I if f we Home . . . 'Kiwi A- igiggii 13,5356 ,M .A.A.g House Presi 41 g Hillel First 'ig ,L uncil 141 , Produ M taff, The Corn iamwisiyi-w'ial ialimll-ill levi maya? mir A -. .. - . clle iii' A Green I parm 0 Em" iik K A',k ,AZ i s I K DePaul University I- ' mf I I V riff igggglig, ,'f1l'5l' l fQ3i?li' 'f 'l'ir :pil A F ii - A X- 4 A ,,-, gg i' 1. fAy,iT.1rs-viii? an I f t flni Tiff ' sclsi Mai ' V ihi N. " eli 1 'aw gygifligif- i9i' f. DAVID W . - ILUAMSON - - 'fdfkfanvfflf Division of ' 'Ii -if E: gi' . . I I I .. . 1 .f a Q' Asst,-iii A I I famw q 5 'E ei iii, Ars Ffww, A fx if fiilii T if sa. f I I f Q32 get My as in I ' 1 U I if .I ,als we R. ,C I 6 fx fliiv-f. . I ,, ii., igifs., I , I was I I if, if X 1 f ' .i' E I .ijt fa .. V rf. rig! 4' , , , I lr aa Ag, ,I ill , - a, -1 if , 1,2-ii, I tai AX, I ,I ii 'I I ,I i , if ,yi Yi, 1541 if?" ,ji f" N E I arg , . g .,5i,, wa ,, .N I I I a I K ' :Sk VY sa , . I ,wi Ms A 1 mx, I ia ,H eg I iii ,. my Q, ,ik ,ri ii , 9 I I A Hg I , M Ja df! by ' ie 'Il I' A .ef ,I iv -fi iii? raw I-I, rf- f C1 1 I 1' W- Ji. 1 -ixlrviih His il' my A ally? 5 an Il, YL Sfqlfiipi an ,Q , l X365 2,al?fg!rwi 31 a Wi gl 3 K ilia 3? 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Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Arflaiterlare Acacia MORTON KLEIN ..... .............. C birago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirlry Sigma Alpha Mu Illinois Institute of Technology asm ., , . EDWARD FRANK KLITENICK, New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Cbemirtry Pi Lambda Phi Freshman Varsity Track Squadg Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad Louis JOSEPH BERNARD LAMPE, Sf. Louir, Mo. Journalism Radio Men's Residence Hall The Daily Illini Q31 Carson-Newman College WILLIAM ALFRED LYMAN ............ Cbirago Liberal Arts and Sciences Economicr Sigma Nu Interfraternity Executive Council Q21 MAURICE RAY MCCRARY ...... .... B emenl Engineering Elecliiral Engineering Phi Eta. Sigmag A.I.E.E. Honors Day fl, Z, 31 . 5 :-' ii- I PATRICIA ANNE MCGOWAN ....... Champaign Commerce Accountancy Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Delta Pi Northwestern University JUNE MARIE MELL ....,....... Wert Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Prycbology Sigma Delta Tau Spanish Clubg The Illio 11, 21 -A -Aa Af- 'mia ,gi IP : V X QTEK LOREN JOSEPH MILLER .......... Waihingzon Education General Science Alpha Chi Rho Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg First Regi- mental Band 111 5 Men's Glee 'Club 111 DePauw University LOUISE EVELYN MoNsoN ........... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Englirh House President 151 DePaul University STUART ALLAN Cbimgg ,,.r, . . """ ' " s and Sciences Zoo I0 gy Pi Lambda Phi Tufts Collegeg University of Wisconsin .VVL, E ALEXANDER NELSON ........ Chicago .y'. iberal Arts and Sciences Pfyfbelogy North University ,,, 'x DOROTHY ANN PRICE ............ Cha n Agriculture Textiler and Clothing "3 Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torchg Phi Kappa Phig Omi- cron Nu: Phi Epsilon Omicrong Freshman Councilg Home Economics 'Clubg 11, 2, 3, 41 g Terrapin Club 11, 215 Alpha Pi Deltag The io 11, 2, 51 3 Illini Union Committee 111 3 Frolicg Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 131 5 Staff, "Hello Out There", "Wait- ing efty" "The Anniversary" Hono SA y 11, 2, 51g University of Illinois Schola E45 Key ri a OTTO FR if 3 IPPLE .............. Maywood IDE! fm: of Special Services Agri five ,M Economirr and Agronomy Alpha I H1152 Newman M 1 lY.M.C.A.g Lieutenant, Uni- versity Univ ixza : Mississippi S ,ii ' hfwlsiq f.-, .1 .:.. , 1Z,.,:,.:b2, ALBERT EDWARD RUST ........... Banker Hill Engineering Agricullural Engineering Pershing Riilesg Coast Artillery 'Clubg A.S. A.E.g The Illinois Technograph 1413 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade PATRICIA Lou RYAN ................. Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Teacher Training in Art Alpha Ornicron Pi ' Illini Union -Committee 11, 21 JACK LEWIS SCHNEIDER ....... .... B elleville Journalism Advertiiing Men's Residence Hall Alpha Delta Sigmag The Illio 111 Honors Day 151 HERBERT Joy SI-IANER JR. .......... Wheaton Liberal Arts and Sciences .English Alpha Delta Phi The Illio 131 MARTIN JAMES SIEBRASSE ...... ,... P eoria Engineering Ci-fi! Engineering A.S.C,E. Illinois State Normal University 1 + MARILYN PATRICIA STIEGELME1 V. Bloomington Liberal Arts and iences Sofiolo Evans Hall - The Illio 111 1' Illinois Wesleyan U ill" ersity JAMES WEENEY. .. . . .. . .. Journalism Adwffifwg aPPa ternity Executive 'Council 121 ALAN NORTON WASSERMAN. ........ Chicago 'Commerce Indurlrial Adrniniizmtion Tau Epsilon Phi Purdue University ALLEN PAUL WI-IERRY ......, ...Chicago Engineering Ceramic Engineering Triangle Keramosg A.-C.S. ' Amherst 'Collegeg Syracuse University LAWRENCE ADRIAN WILLS ........... Liberal Arts' and Sciences Chemirtry Alpha Phi Alpha Roosevelt 'College 1 ,., Ya Delta Sigmag Marketing Clubg Inter- 1.1 ,Q EA i 3 ,, as K T 3? X fgf Q aim 1,5 5 5 'Q A ,K 4? 1 4 if 'M KZ. .wnip ' QQQJSR ,W -f, f-, A L www-if fe iw . , K ,Q W , 5 ,. -. .na- . Q I Fw NWS LJ. Q f' mm' ,H WWQK , 3 2 1 f l uma. , . .S- S - W3?F' " SAW, ' aw s. ' , ' 13 Q pam? mv' M. 'Wi Wm ,, HQ 15. in 'Wm Zin n.. 213 Ju I ERWIN AUFDENKAMP PAUL BRACE JOSEPH BRANKEY ALFRED COURY PAUL DAVEY JOHN DAVIS JOHN DESMOND J. ROBERT DOSTER THOMAS EDDLEMAN WILLIAM ERWIN JOSEPH GARCIA ALVIN GOLD CSQCAE JOHN GRAY FREDERICK GREEN EDWARD GUMPLO GROVER HOPE CHARLES HOPP PHILLIP JEFFRIES EUGENE JOHNSON NATHANIEL JOHNSON CHARLES KRITZER FREDERICK LEDERER STANLEY Louls lflfL RR wa Wei Qiiii' W, BEN MIGDOW PERRY MOSS JAMES NELSON ROBERT NELSON PAUL PATTERSON LOURDE PFULB SANDER POSTOL WALTER PRESTON LEE SULLIVAN WILLIAM TWITCHELL NORMAN WASSER JOHN WESTENHAVER -I, E VN .A .C T , I LILA ATHEY MARY BARTSCH BARBARA BICKEL DOROTHY CARMICHAEL VIRGINIA CAVINS PATRICIA CHAMPION MARY COAPSTICK MARY CROSSLEY ADELINE DEBIASIO MARCIA DIETRICK BILLY DE YOUNG PAULINE DOLAN LOIS DUNGAN DOROTHY EHRHARDT TERRY FEY BURTA FLEHARTY JUDITH FLESCH fr' :A":f.' ' ,fi - QW BETTY GAMMON YVONNE GARDNER MARY GLISSON JEAN HANSEN LOIS HOLSTINE MARY HULL JEANETTE JEFFERSON ALICE JORDAN JEAN LEADER JOYCE LINDBLOM BARBARA LONG SUZANNE LOVE SALLY LOVEJOY NORMA MACK DOROTHY MATTES JANICE MCCANN BLYTHE MCCRADIE SHIRLEY NAY ABBIE OLSON JOYCE PERBIX ALICE PROFROCK DOROTHY REES JUNE RUMERY BETTE SAMSON BARBARA SEAQUIST DONNA SELLEG MILLICENT SIMONDS PHYLLIS SKILES MARY SOLOMON PATRICIA TOWERS MARY WALLING EDITH WELLS WILLA WHITTON 4 L,L,,L..k Vik I A I ,,,A4 ,Win 01756511 .' Richard Einbecker, Acting Prerident,' Katherine Morgan, Secre- may we ,aww elm.. grain Cammitlee- Top row: Fred Berry, Robert Applegate, Richard Iiinbecker The scant number of ofhcers for the junior Class of 1947-48 was due to the disqualification of the elected president who was lacking in junior credit hours. The vice-president and secretary-treasurer were unopposed so there was no open election, but they were approved to their positions by a vote of the Student Affairs Committee. In addition to the two officers there were six senators representing the junior class in the student senate. The highlight of the winter social season came on january 17 when the annual junior Prom was presented by the Class of 1949. The general chair- man for the dance was chosen by the two class officers, and those three chose the sub-chairman from class members who submitted petitions. Surrounded by the romantic atmosphere of a Mardi Gras theme, the rhythmic music of Elliot Lawrence and his orchestra succeeded in setting the pace for a successful evening. One of the high- lights of the evening came when the confetti and balloons floated down over the dancing couples in Huff Gym. The crowning of the junior Prom Queen came as a climax to the evening's events. Each organized house entered contestants for this honor, and by an interviewing committee composed of faculty and junior class members, the five beauties of the royal court were chosen. On the night of the Prom the dancers cast their ballots, and Miss Abbie Olson was crowned Queen of the junior Prom and Miss Barbara Seaquist maid-of-honor. jay Harnick at om raw. Dorothy Mattes, Barbara Seaquist, Katherine Morgan, Alice Ross: Alice Jacobsen, Jean Hensold A. M .S , W e ' A W . 1 L V , 5 ' ' v A f i?" if V A"- f M1 if X5 K Nw. , A aff L25 " 'fn , g ' l W , ? Q M ff X- ff J ,-.. if ' Q im ' H ' , V -EZ ' - - fy t A W , A K f ' A A A wg., M ,N 'E Q 74 J? , L. 'J :,,.x Q ,I i Mk - E 'L IR? V R V? . .,, Q 2 L .f " LQ U K, 4 H " X O. . sm W: 1 I K E1 5. 5 ' " X. 3 , 3 5 Q a A-'ii P , 1 1 gf . is I 4? f Q I M fi 'Z N" is - ' 5 2' rf M5 ,K 9 E S f fi' 5 2 Q 6 2 2? M,-wgfw ' fi tl sg S X 5 E , Q W 5 S 5 0 1 as 5 a.Q.Q,:f,amwi,. ,,... , , V ,gg mm 355352, 1' ia:ss1fws f Q 2 J' Pr Ae ,sg ,, fav ." 15 ev ,JM 1 Q--.1 Q 1 -f,, am A QPSK 3256! H J 7fze Scfzalcadlic Jlanafmfzied 220 Y 5522253 Eaanye 7aMel' . . . 7947 ' The purpose of this organization shall be to give highest honor and recognition to scholastic achieve- ment at the University of Illinois. Election to Bronze Tablet is the highest scholas- tic honor that is awarded to seniors at the Univer- sity of Illinois. In order to receive this distinction, seniors must have fulfilled the following qualifi- cations: Those seniors who have been in the upper three per cent of their class in the respective Schools and Colleges in the four semesters preceding Honors Day, and, therefore, have been awarded College Honors in both junior and senior years, are awarded University Honors in recognition of their sustained excellence in scholarship, and entitled to have their names inscribed on the Bronze Tablet. Other senior students who have earned College Honors twice, and whose scholastic averages for the first seven semesters are equal to or higher than the four-semester average of the lowest student cur- O , 'Ui ' .56 f Eg,:isP?m r rj-pt ill rently chosen for University Honors from their college under the preceding qualihcations, are also entitled to have their names inscribed on the Bronze Tablet. Senior transfer students who have not been at Illinois long enough to be considered under the two above classifications are also entitled to have their names inscribed on the Bronze Tablet, provided that: C11 their scholastic averages in the Univer- sity of Illinois for the three prior semesters are equal to or higher than the four-semester average of the lowest student currently chosen for Univer- sity Honors from their College, and that C25 their averages in transferred credits for the year prior to their transfer are at least equal to the average of those already chosen for University Honors. Walter W. Amberg jean Atchison Charles J. Badewitz joan Baldry Emily Frank Bever Ernst Biberstein Robert Walter Bohl William K. Calhoun Samuel Campobello Margaret Carlsten Joanna Cavenee Betty Mary E. Croft Leo Vincent Curtin joan E. Gagen Jayne Alice Groves Wendell Rigg Hall Leon Edwards Hay Zealy M. Holmes Eric Lester Hughes Gertrude M. Katz joy Zwicky King Polly Kuby joseph La Palombara john Ries Leek George R. Livesay Alice Ann Miles Shirley Ann Noble Peggy Grace O,Neil john W. Ostrem Helen F. Palmer Elias Paul Mary Lou Roberts Evelyn H. Robison Harold Gene Samuel Hideo Sasaki Leonard Savoie, jr. Paul W. Shadle Donald Glen Smith Alfred W. Solbrig Dana A. Stewart Geraldine M. Sutzer Mary R. Tredinnick Daryl A. Vinson Margaret H. Waldo Gargoyle, national scholastic honorary society of architects, was founded at Cornell University in 1902. On the Illinois campus a local honorary named Psi Mu, founded in the spring of 1914, be- came the Beta chapter of Gargoyle on january 4, 1917. The organization now has four active chap- ters. Members are elected on the basis of scholarship, personality, and character, with emphasis placed on the students' scholastic average which must be in the upper third in academic standing. Awards are presented annually to undergraduate students for outstanding Work in architectural design and archi- tectural engineering. The society provdies an im- petus 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. The purpose of the society shall be to advance architectural and allied in- terests, and to promote a spirit of good fellowship among its members. OFFICERS Myron A. Sielaif President Gerald Cox Vice-President Allen Rudolph Secretary Norman Raab TICHSUFU' Top row: Aaron Freed, James Norman, Glenn Frazier, Paul Brandt, Myron Sielaff, Fred Shellabarger, Gordon Phillips 4 A Second row: Allan Karl, Joseph Barrow, Rexford Newcomb, James Branch, Edmund Toth, Driver Lindsay, john Helleberg, Loring Provine Bottom row: Ernest Norman, Allen Rudolph, William Benson, Albert Hoover, Lloyd Springer, Norman Raab, Gerald Cox 223 ...,.,...,.,a. sw' QT- : - jk? ja, 15af,,f,5j5.:3'2j , , 5 . .VL . . .4-H, Ez? -. . ...M UEFFWG ,. aw:-ee :3'2W'CSUgr-: P-1-P-U Fig,--F1 va 'rr-iEL"'U fqua W-.Cpu .co 22,-as U25 dw? SEQ' "' 'SQ'-s P-r O- DP Q if F1 5,1 '43 UIQ Dagger-TCU Q,,paf-15-5.22 :nt'DP't'-"'-- itzefgc-CJ. gr-QESNCDQ HQYDEE The purpose of this organization shall be to honor high scholastic achievement dur- ing the Freshman year. Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary fraternity for freshmen men, was founded at the University of Illinois in order to encourage and honor high schol- arship among the freshmen men. Since its found- ing in 1923 by Dean Thomas Arkle Clarke, chapters have been installed all over the country. At the present time 5 6 chapters have charters in leading colleges and universities. All freshmen men who achieve a 4.5 average dur- ing their first semester in the University, or by the end of their first year, are elegible for membership. The activities of Phi Eta Sigma include a smoker given at the end of the eight weeks period for all freshmen men who make an average of 4.0 or better, two installations, the first in early winter and the second in early spring, and an initiation banquet at the end of each semester for new mem- bers, at which time an outstanding personality from the campus speaks to the new initiates. Top row: Lennart Anderson, Gunther Wittmus, Robert Nickels, Eugene Dorsey, Keith Goodwin, Wallace Berglund, Jack Pihl, Charles Raper, Roger Purdy, Allen Benson, Duane Rowe, Ted Kendrick Second ww: Martin Esenther, Robert Hallock, Richard Price, Errol Rodda, Willard jackson, Harold Barthel, Raymond Bachert, Edward Healey, Philip Hartman, Paul Jacobson, Bill Conard Bottom row: Robert Herring, Merw n Lindstrom, Robert Vogele, Leonard Oppenheimer, David Follender, I. V. Sloan, Robert Kesel, Thomas Palmer, Sherwood Brielloff, Allen Steinhardt, Robert Elliott No! in panel: john Eckert, Activity Chairmang Dean Edward Stafford, Faculty Advisor 224 ...napa .ZGWLA-Cla Edie The purpose of this organization shall be to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage su- perior scholastic attainment among the ' a a ie urs , ar'0ry Halvorsen, Thora Winak . . . . Executive Cozmril--Standing N thl F t M 1 f1'CSl'11'1'1CI1 WOIHCI1 H1 OUI' lI'1St1tL1UOUS of Dean Helen HUd50U, 517 D if Seated: Virginia Stewart, V P cz' I higher learning. 0 , ffffw' ff T Noi in panel: Ellen Mey S if ETV 'e y Lou Bailey, Helen Hasty, Carol jacob en ,' Margaert Tandy, Prexldemg Sue Gla URBANA Gladys Mae Alt Patricia Ann Andrews Beverly Joan Asplund Betty Lou Bailey Betsy Becker Joan Charlotte Bergquist June Ruth Blanding June Eileen Branding Dorathea Brash Barbara Louise Brockmeier Zita Ann Broyde Ethel Newland Brown YVinifred Elizabeth Brown Janet Elizabeth Bute Lee Marie Cadwell Mary Louise Campbell Elinor Naomi Case Rhoda Ann Chayken Carolyn Cobb Clark Mary Annis Crawford Bernice Danovitz Delores Alberta Davidson Jean Bawden Decker Phyllis Donohoe Joanne Dowell Marcia Lou Dreymiller Mary Alice Eastman Joan Fagerburg Nathalie Julia Furst Barbara Ann Garvey Beverly Jean Gibbs Susanne Glassoif Joyce Gordon Shirley Louise Granzow Elaine R. Greenberg Evelyn Grossman Marjory Elise Halvorsen Helen Joan Hasty Mary Frances Hansen Grace Hartman Dorothy Elizabeth Hays Jane Hicks Joan Anita Howard Mary Rue Howard Carol Doris Jacobs Jean Dickey Johnston Barbara Joyce Kaplan Vida June Kersch Joan Beth Latowsky Marge Lou Lehr Marian Hazel Leigh Annette Leisten Rita Sue Lerner Kathryn Ann Lutz Phyllis Ann Marvin Frances Claire McElhiney Ellen Ruth Meyer Rosemary Agnes Morthorst Carolyn Ruth Nelson Jane Gay Palmer Ruth Peskin Dolores Elaine Pinsky Wanda Joanna Rennaker Marilyn Jean Robinson Ruth Elizabeth St. John JoAnneaSchmidt Helen Frances Schwerdt Dorothy May Sherrard Estelyn Smith Sonia Ruth Snyder Marcia Jane Spaeth Virginia Lucile Stewart Margaret Jane Tandy Joanne Margaret Terry Virginia Claire Van Velzer Constance Louise Walker Jacqueline Weaver Evelyn Joyce Weber Nancy Ann Wilson Thora Geitel Winakor Margy Jeanette Woodburn Yvonne Joan Wooley NAVY PIER Dolores Ahrens Barbara Barta Opal Rae Bauer Ellen Conlon Marilyn Dettman Carol Dinsdale Martha Fukami Diane Gossman Gloria Hagaman Helen Jo Hahne Madeline Hallgren Muriel Herson Eleanor Hykan Rhoda Rae Kremen Rosalind Murrow Catherine Olsen Miriam Prizant Virginia Radzius Nancy Sue Rogoff Marcet Tenenbaum Lois Joy Unger Phi Beta Kappa was founded at William and Mary College in the year 1776. Oldest among the fraternities, 1C now has one hundred and forty-one active chapters Its aim is to promote scholarship and friendship among students and graduates in American colleges Only upperclassmen of highest scholastic standing are asked to become members. OFFICERS Harold Holt President Thomas Baldwin Vice-President john Frey Secretary Frances Anderson Treasurer K o fu Hella. If . . mote scholarship and friendship among students and graduates of American Colleges. Ng!! rg ci in ' , nv 3 4 .3 A 'IA 1 . The purpose of this organization shall be to pro- ' KAL... ' 5 Klaus Baer Beryl Bonner Benjamin Fisher John Hope Leonard Knopf . Mary Lauchner Bert Lichtenstein MEMBERS Paul Olson Sally Pfeifer Victoria Prodan Bernice Richter Mary Rohling Evelyn Sacadat Betty Sing Mary McLaughlin Vallee Willman Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship Betty Sing Paul Olson .fzzazm gaza The purpose of this organization shall be to de- velop leadership in the field of Agriculture and to promote the advancement of this great science. Top r Professor Joseph Mutti Ralph Burnett, Robert jurgens, Ellis Leighty, Wilson Anthony, Chroniclerg Paul Ferree, Ellis Knox, James Fox Pa 1 Sherwood R 1 h h Ch ll u ap Jo nson, ance or ' U , Bottom row Robert Metzger John Bartley, Treasurerg Arvin Hilst, Paul Doty, Donald Duvick, Scribeg Leo Fryman, Censorg Richard Rust Robert Dasso James Mowry , .aim- EX. Befaq 5' af... The purpose of this organization shall be to honor out- standing scholastic accomplishment in the Held of commerce and business administration. Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honor society exclusively for students of commerce, was organ- ized on February 26, 1913, with chapters at Illinois, California, and Wisconsin. Designed solely to honor outstanding scholastic accomplishment in the field of commerce and business administration, membership is limited to those men and women students who rank in the upper three per cent of the junior class or the upper ten per cent of the senior class and who give promise of marked suc- cess in their chosen Held. OFFICERS Professor C. A. Moyer. . . ........... President Professor D. P. Locklin ........... Vice-President Professor N. D. Wakefield .... Secretary-Treasurer Professor A. C. Littleton. . . .......... Historian Graduate Students Charles Bradley William Schenk jay Wiley Fred Whitney Seniors Robert Berry Patricia Brannick Milton Brown Richard Campobello Margaret Carlsten Erskine Eustice, jr. William Hall Herman Huber Rowland jackson james Leib Gilbert May Charles Preston Gene Samuel ki ga Q, V li Richard Shotliff joan Siegfried Howard Vest H onorary Initiate A Mr. Graham McCorkle Inniors Sidney Harl Guy Hudson Robert Huss Ervin Brinkman Harry Jacobs Robert Leach Robert May Charles Reace Edward Silverman Edward Wickersham Evangeline Willett Vivian Wood The purpose of this organization shall be to honor out l . ,fr . . . 7644 gala 4 I. ii? . . ' , standing scholastic achievement in the field of engineering. Top row: Edward Fensholt, Charles Spaeth, Professor William Es y, Professor Max Faucettg I . I I Third row: Robert Adkisson, james Hoian, Burton Bouwkamp, Wyman Ender, Archibald Sinclair, George-Tisinai Second row: Jean Traub, Murray Babcoc , Philip DeCamp, John Mitchell, Lee Sullivan, Ernest Overbey, Philip Dadant Bottom row: Burton Person, Joseph Chirtel, james Harp, Harry Elder, Fredric Zeisler, Earl Shapland Not in panel: Warren Day, Thomas Dolan, Robert Evey, Wilson Frank, Robert Lally, Charles Miles, Robert Saar re vw nrpaa... The purpose of this organization shall be to recognize and encourage outstanding scholarship in schools of journalism. 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, activated in 1925, is one of eighteen presently active. Each year, students whose scholarship falls within the upper ten per cent of the junior-senior student body in the School of journalism are con- sidered for membership in the local chapter. New OFFICERS President ...... ............. J ohn Paul Jones Vice-President . . . . .Virginia McElrath Secretary .... . . .Virginia Bernard Treasurer . . .... Manning Seil pledges are selected following tabulation of first semester grades each year and initiation of new members is customarily held in April. Plaques, hanging in the School of Journalism library, list the names of 235 students who have been initiated into the local chapter since its inception. During the same period, 21 faculty members of the School of Journalism were pledged to the fraternity. Members Virginia McElrath Grace Olsen joe Patrick Merrill Prichard Charles Reene Frank Senger Edward Strable Marilyn Unmacht Members Virginia Bernard P. Jane Buescher George Eisenhuth Margot Flock V. Fryburger Adelaide jauch Norman Kranz R. jean Lamkey Lois Link . . 601016 .fda The purpose of this organization shall be to recognize and promote better scholarship among VC'C6I'21'1S. T012 raw: Daniel Prchon, jr., William Heckenbach, Earl Rubenking, Donald Kaufman, D. Shaver, Charles Martin, Hugh Hefner, Herbert ,Ffledmafh Frederic Coe, George Bargh, Earl Dieken, Gerald Pagliero, John Fissinger, Martin Moffitt Tbzrd row: Thane Mains, Secretary, Robert Filbey, Charles Rhoads, Lester Glusenkamp, John Flesher, Donald Neumann, Donald Du- Laney, Gordon Davis, Leonard Cohn, Sherwood Brielolf, Allan Krell, Gerald Cravey, Dwight Goodner A D Seromz' row: J. Smith, President, Ralph Hines,-Vice-President, john Barnes, Burton Mitchell, Thomas Picarelli, R. Anderson, Albert Culbertson, Thomas Gilpatrick, Leonard Holt, William Emshoff, J. james, Leonard Rastrelli, George Guy, Charles Roblee A Bottom row: Fred Lederer, George Haertel, Wilbur Thom, T. McCarty, John Prodan, Paul Phinney, Harold Hannah, Martha Strickland, Treasurerg Frank Bridgewater, Ralph Darling, Robert Lukov, Jamvs Foster, Louis Gulledge, Emmett Simms l anarawmw:a..,.-.wwmmwmmemwm.immmavmsmammm -azmnmesvxm-.esxmlnn noeanvmassa :wa mmmwm 4mflar:m wa Tap mzzf: Clarence Phillips, Dwight Goodner, Presidentg Robert Uhrig, Theodore Bedriek, Judson Sanderson, jr. Second row: Henry Messinger, james Pierson, Vice-President, Melvin jackson, Orville Pomeroy, Allan Sandage Botzonr row: R. G. Langebartel, T. G, Morrison, Evelyn Lind, Secretaryg Professor Echo Pepper, Advisorg Will Worley, John Bodenschatz N01 Ill panel: Annette Sinclair, Treasurer The purpose of this organization shall be to honor outstanding achievement in mathematics. pi Mug ' The purpose of the organization shall be to honor high scholarship and achievement in the Held of Mechanical Engineering. Top row.'ldBr1ice Alherty, Ralph Behler, Burton Bouwlcamp, Robert Saar, Charles Spaeth, Vice-Pre.fidenf,' Robert Ahern, David Offner, Dona Croxton Sewnfz' raw: Professor john Miles, Fnenlty Adzfimfg Edward Bader, Robert Sanford, Wyman Ender, Martin Sabath, C0l'1'9J'FOI1dl?7g Secre- mry: Earl Shapland, Gerald Geraldson, Jr., Recording Ser1'e1a1'y: Lee Sullivan I Boifrgz rnw: William Wfright, Fahir Basci, james Harp, Arthur Fleming, joseph Mazer, Pre.r1dent,' Jerome Fox, T1'ea:.rnrer',' Harold oemig N01 in panel: Robert Lally, Norman Meyer, Davis Spires Jfy 'VQIE If 1 ik' eamfzael. 1.7 eacfead, 231 in lm-a- PauX President, i kg F' X , BA wiv' if Q-fag . , Me: Bernard S. M Senior Trafk Manager 0144, MAL ,ai Ben Fisher ni, Senior Clan ff f 545 i f Egan v QL M? Prexide N' can Gates- - ' wztzes Illini U nzon ALI Businesx Pdfred Manager, The Dazly ff ,W , - , ' - 'ff' nf- 7-v,4iN- 46531 If f' "'1Z5,iU an A ' A --'f'M ??f"'x a n,a.z'Lf wma, ew LW Wyman, 4, 1. , H " N Coury ' Illzni W-wif?-5zWf'wW,. ,wflry , i,,i,U,x ff. ff, f' 53 , l W WM '-M4455 -- wg-,L , ,H wqmswq 'bv-1+ 3,5 fi W, yQZ,Qtf:w M, 6 f X:'v,iQ,'f.:Q1-jf-gm-459 f fverify? W igs k gb' 'kwfMfM'ff24Mf:M . M.. . ifl ' - 5- Frank Page! 1 er Tbeafer Gu: d General Mamzg , lm eu Assixl 2 g5s a if , , , X 1 , , I-'A 1 4 Q. 211' ,R , A ..., , QQ' Pings? 'few-5' L Lxla jones Y The Ulm .mr Business Manager, Sports t Doherty Robe: . Editor, The Dazly , Q 5 w' A wg fi. SS AGQ J , W. 1 ff 11-.5 YQ, 4.5 -' x als V351 f K is m' 3? Q Grover Auociate Editor, J ws? EQ ' My V. gy 5 'WSI V' M5491 ' Zi 4 195531522 A if' . PS S3 1 ' f g fwgfifl 'ff'5'i1'.?4l'3'i.'?' me E r-, V ULWL Bob Rehtgerg Capmin, Vamxy ac VLA bert Vletzel Y .M.C A . bf Q3 . BM Herlerrxarx A President, Imerfmternzly Coumxl -wi ,mi Martha E. Hohnes Co-Manager, Star Course wk 3 X f- Prendent, r ' , f,w- A . - 2- frw'."f'?'25,f,'gf,'-X54-,952 '. A r,,r -A , ww " Y" 3' QSM .W rf e f 'rr r 52+ W N , , u f- Q., f W, .VM Q w if' 'V .17 f Iwigrfgf W , - wwe? 3, 1. - Ufff'WwrfuX,5f1W,www -1Am ",,:'rwwf.n f 4 "Ig6?2'4axi5fCx21:rA- , -F , Wm wsSv.,'v . .,.3f!L:2i?B?'1'A if-ff ig , 4 ,f ff.,,,, ' ' 'Willys6--ezfivgefiilf-?1-JHW . . , f -A wfwayyivm'fvf'fYff1'3-'flstwv-I sf , .':'S3:' 2-J-m:Q7,mwfwfgf: 1- QW, Y , If W2-L ffAfy:?S:fffQ:ff-aw: ww ' ,.. ' - ' - " 2' , ' w51fAnMvffgWwfQgpgfg ,, ,Vw ve U! f- wi 'Ki 5 ggi is .iw fi if ff' ' N-E ' 22' ! .f' I mg . I Wx ' Union Ac 'mam Axxqnl ' HVIUCS Ch Mk lllim Phxplis fsnn 4 V n ' Acnvmex i ' The Daily fr' Illmx Ufuon W mam Nancy l Q ing Edztor, Manng 1 V' 5 ai f f in X if? . -K -QQ ieffkg A .,.. ., ,mm Lk xi 'C M553 Eff-rf-'L A ,l X15 M, ii H45 'E Ig? 44 iff 31? ,S 1 ,kk 'wi - Um 1-A W-M . mg W Y Mig ' f 'Q W : , 23 Q,gQi,?li W r m . . 'Wifi GTM ,, ...,: ., f W . Q l :Hun , fi, , f , ,f H r .i 521. Mary Varsity allagher JL Illini reiident, Tribe o P if ef if RL' 1 E ii if Q X x , ,Y Ly I Art Du I Captain, V Foolba army ke: dxoonma Eugene ice' A 4 ' m-:lies Illini- U jane S Pfeiident, W.fl..fl- mon Ac . ' Q K .L 1 x -In V -V3 1 V 0 ' :'klf,Q:.a6h1v2s55!l' ,Qia n - -af gk:,N-5, fy f, ww--w, ,,,.,,. . .. , . '- 5257 , My , fa qs , " ' ' lim'-lin-1f:21..,iff N54-2 2'zf1!AQ:'f -.zfQ30fe:z1':1Q : -- H . '5s: -.fiflf-39-w!21',z'w,,. y,:.f.wffk ALM? f--Q-ea, A we A HD iw x qw., 21-r .Q ,saga is , ,wif sf, M 36,7 We s:fl:,f?f?mnfgi'fivifvffgzwxfef5i,i1.1'.,3vssA5f5519251 'fm :ffm ww: in af. 1' ., -high?" iw. , X Q Ai fN'1f"Qwf:f' gvwgl mfuqif: xvwg,ffyaifrwqg,,,m,u,,,M Aw b V ' if ' ,- -fL': ':'.'f' fur.-wgi, 5 ' lg, ,M W, wc. " we -lil .Ivy N A,.y , wiggqiilffkamf 2-5 fQf,yN?wfgsffg5,xgiWir, Q A' Mf.i:.5x4mmw fehneiec ll ., mx . -fm, , my ,,.,w,. , 5-, . z: -. I -, . A t 1 - . ., 2-4 wh gn- f 15 + SXT, 'Mg "2 4 Q ff'!e'f'k'T'P' XF? . '1,ywf?zlfg1'A5Mfffr' '2f5g5f'u? .gd Q - .1-2.-'L , V. M , Q,-,gfm --., .,.,myQ,5, , ,4Jw-'mm'E:,.y.-:W-,.,5Eh .b.q,g,ef1gs543L.W.1 Q-,X W: 555533: , , V - . f ' ' " X i f f Vfilham Newby 4 Buxiness Manager, The lllxo fm em l iynrw L I ,, 1 , 5 f ff- 2 gig vi 11 9 F53 was if S4 D M..- President, Panbeuem. , Keixh Hutson f Semov lnzmrnuml Manage " .LJ U fl -X-fe, 352- , H292 'Ek - - 3 VE, M23 ,i, 5 x 1 1 ww eww eww 238 A 239 ...7fze efaicaqa 0 The school year 1947-48 has been one of achievement at the Chicago Professional Colleges. The Undergraduate Student enrollment numbered 1,381, the highest total since 1931. ln addition, many others received instruction through post-graduate and extension courses, and specialized train- ing on the campus. "The Miracle of Growth," a dramatic exhibit of growth and development of the individual from conception through adulthood, was unveiled for the edu- cation of the general public at the Museum of Science and lndustry. Once again, research contributions by the faculty were notable, and plans were formulated to expand such studies. Ground was broken for the erection of a laboratory for the study of physical environment in health and diseases, and blueprints were drawn for the construction of an Institution for Tuberculosis Research. Through these efforts and others, the Chicago Profes- sional Colleges and Divisions is determined to expand fur- ther its services in the future to the entire population of the state. Dr. A. C. Ivy DMP Building - , - . ' , , H -vmwwtamsafaweysuu: -9 ,H . V ,. ,,,1 Xzzik .,: 152,723 f img, ' ' , 7773 ,fP9W?V..Eifi!:s!Q 5 V, fy -'S mg.-2. .-,fgziqg ww. '-f2.,s.,,g.. ' 'L xi' ' .1 . :FEM . K VMi ?gk,w- W W - ,... ,.,3'gmL52.5ZQS 1? - kkkk f-1393.3 .E . M 1 , , f J. ,--:ai m .. ,.---.::: ,,,5: ,,.V ...M,,,.,,'5 A- K i wi gg, 'Syn y Q, .' 197 'wi-ygi v . f W Ewa. ' , HQ wi ,s m .,,pKv,,t,:. ,. 14-Sv. . .. .. ..,.. 7- df was 2 f ff fa'.e: H f '??551 u' k - Y .f'k6".sia,-.. 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"2'l'f7?",2'f2.,155'9E.l ,1iv2.WQffv1,1fz?.wf f':u:v,.1vsSgsvs42:f a5.ffQ1fffffifv -S11-'f Q-Q-S g.f'..:ff1-QW!ii J ff ' ' I M J x ff iii k'k' A 'lfigbi " -XT ' - if . 5 A ' 59 7 - 5 , K SI -, gg 52.3 33,-: ' ' , - gi .1 - S F , A A A , wif, V ,K wi. ,Sl g:,545:,1:. s5 i f'-'.: fi - .fsf -lfexzggg w 1: V gsm. 6:2422 'nz fl -f suv i i ' . . .. . W' . A A 1: sy . 53 -, . .1 , i 152 Q 7 Y "L ., A' 5 . V . . .. L S Q 7,.. ,,f, 2 Q ..,, W ' 1 ew , , ,,...,, L,,. , ,,-.' K 'K M W ky QF' fin'-.Tii:. 8 iq CI wma fllini Zlnian Norma Lennarson, Elizabeth Bullwinkel, Rita Fisher Now in its sixth year of operation, the Union is proving its worth more and more to the students, faculty and staff on the Chicago Professional Campus. With the speed-up provided by Food Service, we were able to take care of 400 more people a day for noon meals. The Game Room has become a combination recreation room and eating room for those who bring their lunches and is filled to ca- pacity every day. There is rarely an evening when the Union is not used for many scheduled meetings. Facilities are used to capacity with many organizations being turned down for lack of space and equipment. The student activities, planned by the three Stu- dent Committees, Display, Music and Social, have been overwhelmingly popular. Dances planned for the entire campus are limited to prevent overcrowd- ing. Coffee Hours have grown spontaneously to the point where no one wants to miss them. What few leisure hours people have around here seem to be spent more and more in our Union at either planned functions or just to have a coke or a cup of coffee. Union Social Commiltee-Top row: Warren McPherson, jack Baldwin, john Moore, 'Clarence Moreland, Charles Stanley, Elizabeth Bullwinkel, Social Directorg Robert Lee, Raymond Brown, Isadore Pitesky, Paul Newmann, john McLaughlin Botlom row: George Linhart, 'Clara Leinberger, Mary Johnson, Eric Rosell Chairman, William King, Anna Barnstable N01 in panel: Philip Laurence, Earle Lipton, Raymond Yow, Max Forman , Li' K S U Bazmm raw: Martin Asch, Simon Horenstein, Lillian Goldstei i , BHIIIIEJJ' Manager Allen Postel, Editor The Illini Scope is the Student journal of the University of Illinois Professional Colleges of Med- icine, Dentistry and Pharmacy located in Chicago. Publishedevery month for the purpose of the col- leges, faculty and alumni, the Illini Scope contains original articles by students, faculty and outstanding Tap row: Samuel Weiss, Melvin Pollock, Mort S h ' E l ' l Scope scientists pertaining to advancements in the Held of medicine, in the Held of dentistry, and in the field of pharmacy. The magazine also contains articles on current problems which have to do With the educational, the social, and the economic aspects of the three professions. T on c wartz, ar e Lipton, A.l:n Postel, jon Rosell, Albert Novotny, Catherine Wise, Emil Freireich, Nicholas SPP n, Lawrence man, Phyllis Saxon, Martin Pilot, Robert Kohlenbrener 115, K . 2 . ,Q 'ik J XM . Z slbmigf' 1: fi 'FEW grjsaf 125 WL SV K M-Q ffy A Wik i: S' 2,f1qg5vsQg,l: wlmw., L. .W K ,:.LA wi Www-my 'Wimffklaei-.112 -501515 FW MZ 5155 .UIQ " SiS'tz'vffl:' 4- -ff , . 1 T94.i.'f?:l 3,.L g Q1 my H- , ff Q Q as 1 R 5'!Z'sfi fm mm .Q M :if-2 A . A-mem if E5 fwe,f fl ww' ? V 555:25 sn asf LS - ifmefwf fglgimmrf EQ LL,,,, , 3 QHIWA lv is ij m K Q SE Q51 4- 91 f H7 'aiw . Ei! afildi Egsmgg-wp. , ffswzf' W Egiigisvibi - mmm 421feff.:fv.- L M ,tjisiq fl ' ,- wa 'Q mx, . P3 f, Ass, A , . , 'J is .ufeyf--lf. H gffgmpiiiif -..-Q, 'km T ! 5 Q I s S i 5 i1 ...ww eazzeqe 42 ' Vvlith the Fall term of 1947 the College of Dentistry instituted a four year curriculum that marked a departure from that previously offered by this and all other schools. The former course of training had witnessed the crowding of all medical science courses into the first two years with the last two years devoted almost exclusively to clinical subjects and practice. This rearrangement will insure better motivation and more thorough training. The past year has been marked by a great increase in postgraduate and graduate activity. ln addition to the twelve week refresher course which had been laid out specifically for veteran dental officers, courses of shorter and longer duration have been offered. Several evening lecture series for practicing dentists have been instituted and have been oversubscribed to the extent that they have had to be repeated. In a similar way the demand for full year postgraduate training has risen until all facilities are overtaxed. Dean A. G. Brodie Dental Therapeutics Lab X. f,-- "T, My 2' L3 N, gm q ' ' ' if if K , L ff' , 'Wg fn' 'Q . .., A -f Q , ,, , ...Seniwvi fn .Ze ' Morris Cohen Kent Ellwood Edwards john Roscoe Gilmer Thomas VVilliam Humble Ernest Lawrence King, Jr. Lowell Gerald Larson Norman David Rodin Herbert Norman Rosen Irving Louis Skib Sidney Waldman nu' Q f :W .Tv-Ss Sa: J' . f, Q Q iw ?i avwiiiliif: Q AQ? , rs M E ggi : -t h-i z- ..3:gE:f". M ,. ,,,.: Z, . I wagxzgs ,E , 1 A X B 1 3? L 1' Af J. Offreri ...fbelzfa Sz fbalzfa Marshall Rozynkowicz, Scribe, William Bell, Worthy Master, Ernest L. King, Grand Masterg Rolley C. Bateman, Treasurer Delta Sigma Delta was founded on November 15, 1882 at the University of Michigan. This pro- fessional fraternity was the first Greek letter society to restrict its membership to students in dental school or practitioners of dentistry. The fraternity's objective is to keep the high standards of dentistry by inculcating in the minds of dental students and practitioners a spirit of fraternal co-operation to- ward scientific, ethical and professional progress. Rho chapter, which is located in Chicago, was established in 1892. It is one of thirty-one active chapters. Although Delta Sigma Delta is a profes- sional fraternity, its members also participate in social activities. Highlights on the "Delts' " social calendar are the annual "Hobo" dance and the Senior Farewell dinner-dance. They also hold fre- quent house parties and co-operate with the Union in various social functions. Top raw: Howard Redmann, john Davis, Shig Masuoka, Howard Marley, Wiliam Tinervin Flaw! row: Kenneth Beach, Veryl Sorensen, Charles Kreml, Frederick Fischr, Robert Lundgren, James Allen Second row: james Fuller, Thornas Zwemer, Thomas Humble, Walter Mich:l, Edgar Gifford, joseph Burgh, Ernest Brinkman Bollam raw: Thomas Barber, Nicholas Tapp, Marshall Rozynkowicz, Ernest King, Rolley Bateman, William Bell, William Sherwood, Roy Hurst Sym' Wh u sf 'fm W 22 -:zu -ffm W . Im' ,, , 3' v in .- 'gi -2 S J 'H 9: Q Ri? K ,K 5 , 35 ' ,H ,,, 22 W is wil uf Lf ? 'fa g W : Ti sf . Nj 7,l..:'ki 'ig1 -- ,nm . iii? ' xg 'aww' ffem'g"s"yazf 1 gg igfiwif' QQ: f' ,Q 4' " w - , Q, gf - K , 'M-if' .43 - , . L? , sf , .. A , ,, . 7-":'vzQ:v1' , wg.-,, -V' L "" 4.6, :. My 'Sn w as - L, .:"A1fS'f'.s-::.. ',1:::Q:-gm:-1 yt im if Q- M .f w?1.Jf,as:' 5:-5, ,, ' 1,-S - ffz7E1"' "f if 'I -A V :vis . .,.. --Q ' ' ' ' " - LQMMS 'E Q A . Q5g55f:fe"'i 'V' 51 ' , . :V..f'QsEQi -- 'K' we , H W 'f K - ' ... w ig. , 55 , " 'QQ gh? Q K I A "' i Q :figs-w.'i5jg.g?isi19 Q 5 gf : SEN . . . 7fae ealleqe af fwecficine The College of Medicine, the largest medical school in the United States, is rapidly becoming known the country over for its exceptionally fine laboratory equipment and unusual clinical facilities. Originally a privately owned institution founded in 1881, it affiliated with the Univer- sity of Illinois 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 teaching 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, and also has affiliation with Cook County Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital all located within one and one-half blocks of the central building has greatly in- creased the effectiveness of the clinical instruction. The unusual combination of favorable factors leads to the agreement that the Colleges comprising the Chicago Professional Campus have an exceedingly bright future. Dean J. B. Youman Dr. H. G. Poncher, Dr. E. F. Lis, Dr. F. A. Munsey 5225 Q L :W Q .ww ' Eflfbii 15527 .. . k A -, li, '.,:fl+f5l V 'i .U -if -1: K, '1'-1s'fsz4.w - .. 11 , 41- ' .fvmw V M My ff . V ffgiv-f.,1+si.,, mg-f,,: ,..f , S , L - .ij Q' '.-25125-. I Qi . . L,.:. k V HK ,im KK .. . .. ... ., . W L,,,l.W,,N!d-N-.mgiw-wgw .. -5. - Kew-mh, . sgi,,,3 . yfwalgiyisirfzwzwif 'S A 7--fm.ewiffwggsz-fQz.fAFn'L85-,ff'iii Aww.:-1 .1 ,wwf mbmfsz. -ZZ' W Li .151 . Wag, J, QQ,-fQ,i,A- M x M f 55 , L 1 7 ,1 3gQ?l'1?E5 ASH' - , .Wa .. iv .QQ 4- SI ,nf WM M ..1 J4'?!?x X .Wg , Q E Malice! l Ofjiten Top row: W. Faraghan, Delegateg H. W. Sharnhart, Vice-Presidentg Carl Berry, Delegate Battam row: I. Goldstein, Treasurerg Fern Rusteberg, Secretaryg Robert Bouer, President Not in panel: Robert Green, Delegateg B. Lendrum, Delegate fl? james Christopher Adrian john Melville Bishop, jr Charles Edward Anderson, jr. Sanford Fife Blackburn Mildred Ash Orville Thomas Bonnett Carl Davis Berry, jr. Robert Bouer Robert Alan Biggs Netajean Grace Broome 1? Albert George Biliskis Alberto Enrique Calvo l V adm! Rodney George Clark james Harker Clarke Daniel Tuttle Cloud, jr. VVoodrow Wilson Davidson Richard Wallace Deatrick William joseph Dunn Richard joseph Edelman Robert Morse Edwards eniafzd- William Evans Edwards Myron Eugene Elliott Carolyn june Esberner William George Faraghan joseph Fischhoff Benjamin Fisher Max Forman Harvey Sheldon Gassman Medi George lVilliam Glascock Sam G. Glenn Bernard Goldman Herbert Solomon Goldstein Irwin Richard Goldstein Richard Roland Grayson Marshall Bernard Greenman Frank Ronald Hammerstrom Seniafut Emil Julius Hank Henry Hanlcin Leonard joseph Hannapel Frederick Allison Hardy Crawford Tucker Hawkins Abraham Haydari VVarren Harry Hayes Edward Parker Hays luecfical Gerhard Richard Hencky Charlotte Herman Francis Hill Hoffman Simon Horenstein Frederic Parker Hunchar Lucille Shearon Ivan Richard Buren johns Bertram Katz Sei-zicvut Arthur Lester Kaufman Lloyd Stephan Kellogg John Keith Kerr Darwin Louis Kohl Albert Charles Kohlmeyer Gilbert Lanoff Hyman Sosna Lans Banning Gray Lary fiffechwl Burton Harold Lasker Earle Lloyd Lipton Gerald Irwin Maas Arthur Currie Mainion Mario David Mansueto John Charles Marchesi Roger Peter Mattson Joseph Harley Nodurft john Patrick McHugh John Hazlett McLaughlin Joann Miller Joseph Bartholomew Moles Gerald Francis Murphy VVilliam Norbert Murray Robert Francis Nejedly Robert David McGinnis ecfical Alex john Norbut Paul Patrick Parker Irving Philips Martin Lewis Pilot Mildred jane Polniaszek Allen Hannan Postel Robert Alva Purdy Glendon Ennes Rayson eniafzfi William Garret Rice joel Hiram Richert john Albert Ritter Frederick Ramsey Ritzinger, Jr Mona Rose jon Ericson Rosell Louis Rosenblum Lawrence Ruchman Malawi Kenneth Henry Rusch Fern Alice Rusteberg Elmer john Schewe Howard Frederick Schloemer Morton Schwartz Dorothy Judith Sell Harry VVillian1 Shaniharr Seymour VVilliam Shapiro Seniau Bernard Max Siegel Arthur Alexander Stern Harvey Daniel Strassman john Alfred Stricklin Lawrence David Summerfield Richard VVirt Taylor Garfield Tourney Alwyn Ross TouVelle dz Max joseph Trummer john Richard Utne john Frank VVacker Theodore W'illiam NVagenknecht, jr. Gilbert Peter lVagoner Samuel VVeiss Lester VVeissman Robert Edgin VVhitsitt Mary Michaeline Wieczorek Helen Marcella VVillner Gedrge Clayton Wilson Catherine Rachel Wise l Anne Mary Woestenburg Milton VVolf Ev irett Wayne VVoodWortli Raymond Murray Yow A puma m y ? I Q 55 6 A. v,,, 452, f 1A if Z i f Y? X11 .Qi 4 1 2 fr W Q 3 -' 3 4 3 .5 .. "wfb . .W - ff V ary' :s y .. wwg, H"....I '. 5 5ES.::. -Mn." S- , i r' M LR , vf K 1 L 5 an S ' 1 'X' A 6 5' rn ., , a ll W. K if I .Q ..MW ,,.l gg v 3 S 'A frm. M' ,. - ff.: ' fini: QS? . an xv x '33 A555 ff A fs -ff?" , .V S. , M ME, sa Km N. kr 3 I 3 5 ga, 3 ESE Q ,T we Y it Q S Alpha K . . . Ojfcerr Top row: Charles Ramsey, Edward Pelikan, Richard Still, Edwin Nyman, Birney Dibble, jon Rosell, Warren Hayes, Warren McPherson, Everett Woodworth 130110771 row .' Glenn Ray Alpha Kappa Kappa was founded over half a century ago based on the broad principles of 4'Social intercourse, mental development, and mutual assist- ancef, On the Professional Schools campus the fra- ternity has always occupied a position of leadership and responsibility, having over fifty faculty Alumni, including Dr. A. C. Ivy, and embodying over eighty active members at present. The spirit of co- Harold wanaimg, rom smith, Harry Davis, Ralph Hudson, cu.-it Green, SOD operation Within the group has fostered excellence in all fields of endeavor: athletics, extracurricular activities, and especially scholarship. During the year outstanding phyisicians conduct discussions at the chapter house, and in this vein, tvvo years ago Eta endowed the Henry E. Irish Memorial Lecture at the medical school. Tap raw: Frank Raymon, William Ireland, George Freearlc, Robert Horton, john Henry, Robert O'Connor, Gilbert White, john Boswell, Carl Burpo, Louis Covssert Vernon H t h' s ' , u C ing ' Fourth row: James Caulfield, George Wham, Richard Eirieh, Warren McPherson, Robert Bjurstzom, Paul Sherfler, Harry Davis, Edward Pelikan, Robert Allison, Clark Green, Francis Matychowiak Tbi1-dmw.' Charles Ramsey, Ralph Hudson, William Morrow, David Sims, Robert Myers, james Johnston, Robert Hare, Robert jeans, Walter Howland, James Coursey, Gene Rosenburger Serond 1'01,l'.' john Stricklin, Rufus Walker, Roger Mattson, William Shamhart, Robert Purdy, Everett Woodworth, William Glascock, Leonard Hannapel, Donald Lulu, William Moss Bozzam raw: Paul Parker, Warren Hayes, Mario Mansueto, Al Norbut, john Ritter, Howard Erickcon, joel Richert, jon Rosell, Birney Dibble Ojfrerr Top row: Robert Braman, Raymond Brown, Homer Hanson, Robert Newton Bofzom row: john Haskin, Ivan Neubauer, Paul Harges, Howard Kuhl Phi Beta Pi was founded at the University of Pittsburgh on March 10, 1891, which ranks it with the oldest of the medical fraternities. At present there are 42 active chapters, all of them being lo- cated at Class A medical schools and being repre- sented at all the important medical centers in the country. Iota Chapter was established at the Uni- versity of Illinois College of Medicine in March, 1902. Established on the basic principles of com- panionship, friendship, and scholastic ability, the active chapter has achieved an enviable record. Believing that scholarship is the primary interest of every medical student, Phi Beta Pi has achieved dis- tinction in the field. Many aids to the study of medicine have been provided at the Chapter House, including an adequate library, human skeleton, and an histological slide projector and screen. Top row: George Martin, Raymond Brown, Robert Newton, Kenneth Baker, joe Baker, james Dunlap, Paul Theobald, Frank Haigler, Edward Miles, john Moore, james Davis, Morgan Meyer Fozzrzb-row: james McCormick, Robert Braman,.Richard Johns, XVilliam Oyen, Glen McGraw, Robert Geister, Jerry Fairbanks, john Burke, Lloyd Wright, William Giles, Daniel Cloud, Keith McCormick Tl7ird4Row.'A David Welsh, Howard Lagerquist, John Schaller, Thomas Carter, Gerald Maas, Charles Lofdahl, Richard Owen, Howard Kuhl, Thomas Bran- nick, Willison Taylor, Rodney Clark Second row: Joseph Brettner, Scott Smart, Donald Hartrick, John Kuhn, jack Dzierz, Joseph Bourque, William Bryan, Kenneth LaRue, Francis Richardson, Theodore Wagenknecht Bottom row: George Wilson, john Kerr, Robert McGinnis, Banning Lary, Ivan Neubauer, Paul Harges, John Haskin, Homer Hanson, Charles Anderson, Edward Lanphier .Edie Zpffan... I Officerr THII raw: Hyman Lans, Marshall, Larry Ruchman, Senior Senator, Robert Bouer, Chief Justiceg Harold Goodman. Historian l 4 Baltom row: jesse Eisen, Scribe, Seymour Shapiro, Consul, Earle Lipton, Vice-Consul, Robert Kohlenbremner, Chancellor Phi Delta Epsilon Was founded at Cornell Uni- versity medical school in 1904. The fraternity vvas established to encourage the highest standards of achievement in the science and aft of medicine, and to maintain the highest standard of ethics in the practice of medicine. The Alpha Alpha chapter at the University of Illinois Was established in 1907. Today it is one of the largest chapters in the country. It boasts a substantial representation in Alpha Omega Alpha, and is a constant threat in all interfraternity competition. It promotes good fel- lovvship, equality, and unity. Top row: Daniel Thomas, Israel Carson, Ralph Swerdlow, Norman Tabachniclc, Alvin Leeb, Daniel Lang, Herman Sturman, Paul Levy, Eugene Folk, William Deutsch Bernard Edidin Fourth row! Burton Lasker, Jack Melamed, Jerrold Widran, Harold Goodman, Samuel Hanzel, Marvin Levin, Arthur Billings, Austin Zeitlin, Sheldon Zinn, jesse Eisen, Gilbert Lanoff Third ww: Donald Koppel, Richard Shifrin, Robert Dorin, Robert Baker, Alvin Getz, Paul Kahan, Albert Merkin, Marvin Goren, Morton Blum - Second row: Allen Postel, Hyman Lans, Larry Ruchman, Robert Bouer, Irwin Goldstein, Harvey Strassman, Robert Kohlenbrenner, Jerome Silver, Leonard Smith, Arthur Messinger Marvin Lewis Bottom row: Bernard Goldman, 'Charles Block, Martin Pilot, Earle Lipton, Seymour Shapiro, Louis Rosenblum, Morton Schwartz, Simon Horenstein, Irving Phillips Robert Green Noi in panifl: Marshall Greenman, Harold Kan-iinetzky, Arnold Kaplan, Darwin Kohl, William Leone, Hubert Pearlman, Robert Roback, Robert Rabens, Martin Pepper, Sholern Postel, Norman Sherman, Lionel Schour, Paul Tolpin, Gerald Perman 000 i Wm Ojjzicerr Sigma Top row: Robert Killough, House Supervisor, jack Baldwin, Rushing Chairman, Thomas Hass, Athletic 'Chairman Bottom 1-ow: Alan Taylor, Secretary, Richard Taylor, President, Robert Knight, Treasurer Nor in panel: William Faraghan, Vice-President Phi Rho Sigma is a strong national medical fra- ternity, founded in 1890, With chapters at the best medical schools from coast to coast. Beta Gamma chapter has the heritage of two fine medical schools, Rush and the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Where it Was active even before the latter school Was adopted by the university. The Illinois chapter, supported by an active alumni association 7 is a selected, Well integrated, and democratic group prominent in all professional, social, and athletic activities. In addition, the members enjoy an or- ganized program of discussions with prominent alumni, private dances, academic assistance for the married freshman, and a congenial atmosphere that contributes signihcantly to a successful career. Top raw: Alan Taylor, Albert Kohlmeyer, Thomas Hass, George Rommel, Robert Knight, john Kostelney, jack Baldwin, Robert Hansen, Frank Wright Tlurd l'0tL'.' Orville Dawson, Guy Dice, William Faraghan, Raymond Yow, Fanklin Roemhild, Philip Moore, Robert Killough, Russell Compton, Wayne Hollinger Second row: Daye. Voris, Charles Burroughs, Frank Schiltz, George Peddie, Henry McLaughlin, Walter Rettberg, James Stotlar, William Kush, Ernest Sotrop Bormm raw: William Poggemerer, Torn Stivers, Dr. Felix Mooney, Richard Taylor, Rex Wicderanders, George Armbruster Nw in pafzels Michael Zampogna, Ray Vespa, james Berry at "sf 5,2552 Wil. 'S i ,M 9. img -1 esp. , . fb, 5 V , ,YQ f, V 1. , J 5 L .aj:. fi .gg . M if 5 5 'M n.esJwg,iiZss1. ' r ' 14 . 72.5 L 2 u , f fl , igfxiigz-,efjm-lfrU- ,, .wfw :SQT5 - . f 'fx ' Y J, .f.- - M' , W. X L, LL xi , fg' L55 ig '- G , ,L,,,A . yigyyk ,Z . fm' ,, Wifi? ,. . W. - :.5'-:H im Y - . f ' 1 Q 5 A 5, fjfzi , I ' m y f " -23. ' . ' ,L i 1' W. 2 , X M mv .: ' .. .- : - -f 1. f 6 1: - t has f ff H A jg f5"1f"' ig - -.V " Af' " . ' ,.' f421s,aH.x If W 4. , aim.. 2 Sy Hfggiigfgfeggigs 5. f M fyaivff. F-Q. -:wr . C , .M . 7 . - . , X mef f i ' 3 pr K P' "5 .QI .mf ' 1 1 TKT. 1-assvzgffz, S .F -1 Yr , ,, ' M 3 .. . .. wg I Q' . 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W fp, 'fexasgi fssgifff aa . , .W ILLINOIS CAMPUS Top row: Helen Polenski, Donna Benbow, Helen Koehler, joan Tozier, Phyllis Doyle, Vice-President, Merle Lee Champney, Pat Elliot, Lois Schendal, Althea Warner, Joanne Ruth Alitis, Janice Adsit, Marion Schwetz Serond row: Alice Cockings, Elaine Zimmerman, Carol Dillon, Pat Wenzel, Nmcy Ziegler, Lois Frase, Dorothy Dennis, Marcia Dreymiller, Pat Houlihan, Mrs. Phyllis A. Campbell Bolfom row: Lortie West, Secretary, Eleanor Hurtak, Elaine Fellios, Ann Kehm, Helen Baronyi, Margarite Eckhart, Treasurerg Alrhea Volland, Rose-Marie Holston, President, Edith Maeda Q aooglltgalaooo CHICAGO CAMPUS Top raw: Shirley Esenther, Mary Robinson, jean Koebrick, Phyllis Berger Second row: Mahel ValDez, Beverly Lundegard, Mildred Stein, Grace DeTamble, Marian Keoughan, Betty Brothers Boltafn raw: Marlyn Coolidge, Lois Anderberg, Grace Welsh, Thelma Bullard, Dorothy Carlyon, Alice Wooters, Blanche Popelka Not zn panel: Shirley Erickson, Marvel Eno, Gladys Lidclle, Kaye Thomassen, Natlie Wallace i ! 2 I i I f .ow-:il-isff:.e1m:f,am:i,:fa.4':wmmsav1eawSe1 mwmews www: igiWae5!i:bssaEe!mQiwir'ts4s2w5r2!sa Silas? si aifwwffmim llwwm .wave 'fsiwzssm eraemfiiaeaws :wesfisfasliwwaniss m1ei2a1s:f+'.wsfm:Mix Lois LaVerne Anderberg Marilyn Ives Coolidge Grace Winifred DeTan1ble Marvel Lavonne Eno Shirley Ann Erickson Blanche Marie Popelka 7fze gcc al 7fzef2ap4f genie-M . . - Dea ...7!w6 of nzmma, The College of Pharmacy is trying to accommodate all of its applicants. Practitioners of the profession of Phar- macy play a very important role in the conduct of any public service. The pharmacist performs many duties of Which the average lay individual is totally unaware. His services are not particularly spectacular in character, yet it is appropriate to state that a considerable number of the scientific advances made in the treatment of disease are due in large part to the ingenuity, skill, and integrity of the pharmacist who operates the corner drug store. He is, of course, supported in this endeavor by the research of his colleagues in the biological and chemical sciences. Still, these important discoveries would be of little consequence, were it not for the hand of the pharmacist, which extends across the Counter to the patient, the remedial agent which he needs to relieve his suifering. Such products are manu- factured, standardized, and distributed only by pharma- cists. ri E, R. Serles Betty Knaus, William Doty ' ' ' Sf ' ' ' ' ' " ' H: "':mfi'Q 35335 Efiixg an W iii c ., 4. w f x P slf 1 5 3 5 z Q v 5 2 . 4 . 9 X v, up S M1 ' Y E s 'Sf , A! ,A Q, f 1- 5 , . QW? Qi J ! I E' ig? 3 QW P 4 Q S. gh nifz FFSSSE3 Was? Q Z? ?5 if Q5 3 K Phmmacq Paul Achenbach Henry Louis Bangert Gloria Lillian Bell Williani Louis Berkin Henry Arthur Blomquist ames Leonard Brannon, jr. Sidney Brody John Matthew Campbell Seniaaft joan Chan Sam S. Cohen Ralph Eugene Conley Ray joseph Dauphinais Calvin William Eckstrom Frances Helen Fenton Marcus Fischer Sander Friedman phafmmcq Harold Gillman Marvin Bud Graber Betty joan Grembowicz Ray Anthony' Haraburda William Charles Hartmann Julius Irving Herbstman Ralph George Holvay a George James Katsaros Seniaad. Edmund Ewald Kietzer, Jr. VVilliam Edward King Betty jane Knauss Harold Francis Kortendick john Nicholas Kramer Sitaraman Kunjithapadam Leslie Theodore Lange Morris Lieberman P Michael Domino Lombardi Donald john Lussman George james Meletsis Morton Phillip Neboshik LeRoy Anthony Nix, Jr. john joseph O'Leary Louis Patlogan Ernest Janes Riedl .-S' Arnold Sherwood Rife Harry Round Charles Sands Anthony Daniel Santore Roy Marrio Sciacca Alfonso Alex Segreri Richard Allen Shapiro Everett Chenoweth Smith, Jr Clarence Steinberg Virginia Stoyas Stanley Susina Leonard Tobias Robert Willys Vagle Melvin Zucker Carol Frances Wengelewski Lawrence Raymond Willhelm Grant Wilson, jr. Sidney Leon Wishni Vera Turner Wittenberg ...K di Chi chapter of the Kappa Psi National Pharma- ceutical Fraternity is united with the many chapters of Kappa Psi to raise standards, ideals and prestige in the pharmacy profession. Kappa Psi is ever in- creasing its efforts to promote scholarship, profes- sionalism, and brotherhood among its members, which is the prime object of this organization. Chi chapter is united to further in every Way possible Offiref-.f Ralph G. Holvay, jim Brannon, George Katsaros, john Kramer the mutual advantages of its members socially, mor- ally, and intellectually, and to foster pharmaceutical research and high scholarship. This fraternity, Which brings together persons of good character and sound mental health, helps to make the bond among the pharmacists stronger, with the knowl- edge that they are members and brothers in Kappa Psi. Tap row: Kenneth Peterson, Leroy Nix, Howard Corbett, William King, Henry Bangert, George Uehrlce, Richard Klassen, Clarence Moreland, Robert Staehlin, Edward Beverly Fourga 1'pw:EEdwirZiCgisely, Elglward Ksiazek, john Doty, Chester Gerber, William Buck, Walter Sauerberg, Fred Pearce, Warren Moscinski, john Kramer, Ralph on ey, mun ar aus as V p Third raw: john Schurmann, Calvin Eckstrom, james Brannon, Ralph Holvay, john Campbell, john Blaha, Roy Sciacca, Raymond Haraburda, Leo Styzen. Frank Modrowski, John Wunsch, Raymond Dauphinais Semnd row: Ronald Dulla, Edmund Keitzer, Beryl Benton, Edward Massingill, john O'Leary, Wlilliam Hartman, Robert Vagle, Michael Lombardi, Anthony Santore, Leslie Hilsenhoff, Robert Higgins, Everett Smith Bottom raw: Louis Martin, G. Webstei', H. Emig, George Katsaros, Dr. Kirsch Regent, josepha Koren, Professor Terry No! in panel: Carl Linhart :LJ 1 g Aw ' L ' ' fig? ' ti EM M Q ip, 2 5 , . 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Caveny, Dem: I 7fze Gfucaqa WUJMWGJWG I I I madman The Chicago Undergraduate Division of the University of Illinois is now in its second school year With a record of providing educational opportunities for thousands of Chicago-area students. The Navy Pier campus now ac- commodates more than 4,600 freshmen and sophomores. The academic program has been developed to offer a total of 159 different courses in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Commerce and Business Administration, the College of Engineering, and the Archi- tecture and the Architectural Engineering curricula in the College of Fine and Applied Arts. Courses of instruction are identical with those available in similar fields of under- graduate Work on the Urbana campus. Excellent classroom and laboratory equipment is pro- vided, as Well as library, study, food service and recreational facilities. Student extracurricular activities, recognized as an important part of the college program, offer opportuni- ties for vocational, social and cultural development. Left la rlgbt Harold Temmer, Examiner and Recorderg Harold Bailey, Associate Dean, Liberal Arts and Sciencesg Randolph Hoelscher, Associate Dean, Engineering Sciencesg Robert Hackett, Associate Dean, Commerce and Business Administrationg Charles Caveny, Deang Ruth Leitch, Dean of Womeng Edwin Wolleson, Dean of Studentsg john jones, Director of Athleticsg Warren Brown. Dean of Men. is sz ,Q Q: ss K. fl ,. ss' 'ii B. if Fi 52 4+ 25 5 Eff 11 xf 71 Q 3? 5 is in E 5? is if Q fi ks fi H. 224 53, 31. 'ii gi M Ki 523 525 2 A XV 53 xi. 5, ,,, .Q Keg 25? X, iff ,T gi 315 E33 32 .se xx 522 233 ,ig ki 333 15 :iii Z.. ., ,ni EQQ -F ? 5 s 'sm WWW J 5 1 ggi. Q ' ? 1 f x F 95. -4 W A - ' f 5 m y mm , Mx, .L ,mfr .mm ., ms- :W Q.. Q. L E Aa'-if x -- f :'f:: ?:' feffnsfig, f N , ,, -M r gh .t 1 .1- E H, .-Yiaafszz ,ifaigfslw ff: m:s,. iff f may 2 -"swag - 'flfsaa '55, L -W-Sf,11f A :Amf., , e1 ,, A- A: Ass W 2 ,.w.,gZ3WQmf Q ag EL ,mi HSE, The Illio Beauiies Campus Publicaiions llli-noise The Stage and Conceri' Universify Women S'l'uden1' Adminisirufion The MiIi'I'ary mmmwmfw WSW CTI ITIE -wwf?-M nf H- A-1 -. - s. 1 -- - -,gr--fy - - A- r, - Q ,--,w- 'ef-fy f Z' r 'WF'wmx'Y'fU1""fp ""?f"""jF'F"'ZfT't""'f"'1""' ' 'W' T 'YP f 'f 'W' 'H Wg. 11 W vw, 1 :R www "'W!w PQ W-4 W WiW'FufU "Q mf: e in-1.3mfg.Qisfm.::15:.:.f:fLm.z.-alum:mega04.4.muLa-fa-1:1414n1.Q,:5e11m:.'::4:QmL. .ifkslzv2mi!.1maLamL,,1Q:asu1.1ii::Ei4Eian.igizgmiiiilucrfz.:1iQ::.sJf wuL...'f1'PLQsfzzaug-.mdu1uhw24Q5.,.MWHL:f5LX::.a '.1..m25ftixmL',' .L x 301 ff? X 7!Le like Eeamfzea. . 30 l "X , ' . , M 'M' , M Nj 1 X K 4 E . M' ' , , Q 'K I 1. ,. ,A , . X V 3 ff i, Af L A via rl ,lb X f x. w X S w W 2 ,,,, Mm ., 5 H f 52, ,1 W. r 7552 Ks'-M ,, f L5 K ,. j . J Q ,,,, ,ww 1? f , 4:4 W M , ,Er 5 i xx i .md wwffvf-Wfiyvmvigpzgzfa 1 ,f ,, . N' 7, ,wffix V 3 wan 5' F 1 I 1. ,,gf,,gMQyw5kf , X 'WMM-J 2 3 E , -,X eaawpud 310 311 George Platt, Editor Gloria Gould, Assistant Editor ...mmm - - 1948 has witnessed one of the busiest years in the history of the Illio. Under the capable supervision of George Platt, Editor, and Gloria Gould, Assist- ant Editor, the Illio workers of the Editorial Staff have followed a course of cooperation and unex- celled workmanship. ' Anyone walking into the Illio office would be greeted by the clatter of typewriters, the ringing of phones, and the buzzing of conversation. Going from desk to desk we see our Junior Editors arrang- ing layouts and keeping the Sophomores and Fresh- men busily working. The various sections of the book are divided among the nine Junior Editors. Judith Flesch and Barbara Seaquist are in charge of the organization section, Lee Gardner and Bette Samson supervise the student administration section, John Westen- haver and Edith Wells are in charge of the univer- sity section, Mary Lou Solomon and Jane Kurrus supervise the activities section, and jack lVlcKinzie is in charge of sports. The job of the Editorial Staff has been a long and hard one, but the results have been rewarding. Cooperation among the staff members has pro- duced a fine yearbook. Left to right, fzmzor Editort: jack McKinzie, Barbara Seaquist, Mary Lou Solomon, jane Kurrus, Judith Flesch P N H 3.42-swf M S F fsi mi' 15: ia! :wrt fm Jfsf M' mm Q21 L vw .k 5525? gm QQYQY' JAM' v ! Qggv Amb. W, 52 5' ww William Newby, Burinerx Manager Lila Jones, Arriflant Bmineyr Manager .. .7fze fllia lsaadineu Sled. . . Under the capable direction of VVilliam Newby, Business Manager, and Lila jones, Assistant Busi- ness Manager, the financial details of producing the 1948 Illio were directed. Four departments consti- tute the framework of this division. In charge of sales are Adeline De Biasio and Mary Lou Walling. They publicize sales as Well as announce subscription meetings for the distri- bution of subscription books. Phyllis Skiles, Mary Alice Bartsch, and Robert Nelson are juniors heading the financial depart- ment. They receive cash, make deposits, and edit Hnancial reports. Robert Clapp manages advertising. This depart- ment solicits advertising and completes all adver- tising contracts. In charge of the freshman business staff of sixty members and the sophomore staff of forty mem- bers is Marda Spielberger. The underclassmen sell subscriptions and perform general office tasks. Miss Spielberger is in charge of their attendance and lists delinquent office hours. junior editom: Robert Nelson, Mary Alice Bartsch, Phyllis Skiles 11 'W MI' - 3 :ratfg . k- , wifi, 5? ff 1 .Q it . 3u,,,.,f M ,K ,,.. My I Q Q 2,4 ww William Naney, Editor Grover Hoff, Arfaciale Editor ...'7fne lady During its seventy-seventh year of production, The Daily Illini is directed by William Naney, editor, and Grover Hoff, associate editor. Empha- sizing the importance of campus and local news, the editors divided the student personnel into four staffs: North Campus, South Campus, Administra- tion, and City. The various staffs are under the direct supervision of assistant editors Beecher Zach- ary, Ann Rees, Marilyn Unmacht, and William Senior Ediforr-Left to figlaf: Arm Rees, William Peeples, Carol Schulman, Peeples. Carol Schulman, the fifth assistant editor, supervises the rewrite department and the handling of press releases sent directly to the editorial office. An extensive training program for new personnel was conducted by the editors and a secondary train- ing system was established for more advanced' per- sonnel. At the end of the first semester a number of sophomores and several freshmen were rewarded with responsible positions. Beecher Zachary, Marilyn Unmacht Thomas Ferguson, Advimr Alfred Coury, Burinen' Manager ...nw aaa, nina. Alfred Coury serves as Business Manager, co- ordinating the functions of the Business Staff, which includes display, classined, and national advertising, circulation, copy, credit, statistics, and ofhce de- partments. To help Coury keep the department running smoothly at all times are six Assistant Business Man- agers: Loren Aufdenkamp, Virginia Bernard, Vic- tor Day, Dick Halpern, Marilyn james, and Mar- garet Secondino. The seniors are assisted by an able junior staff and the freshman and sophomore busi- ness staffs. Tlae Daily Illini completed its most successful year in a decade in 1948, with the largest circula- tion in the history of the paper. In addition, The Illini has secured an increased volume of display and classified advertising. The larger amount of busi- ness obtained by the advertising and circulation staffs caused an increasing tempo of activity in the other departments of the Business Staff. Tlae Illini in 1948 has been seen by more students than in past years. The business staff worked hard and was re- warded by a successful year. Senior Bizriizexr Mamigerr-Lefl to right: Victor Day, Marilyn james, Margaret Secondino, Richard Halpern, Virginia Bernard, Loren Aufdenkarnp mv mm ma 1 wmv as mf g"Wk?"' 1 'ENN wav fel? A Ymygiwaz W9 my my .sw-A61 95 ,, me an ..,-M J , WMKQES 3 x W r S yy K ' f' 04 1 2 :VX JW use EJ wx. gs: 2 ,- 3 2vfeS1,:g,f ' ' . I "fsz?'Q,:,.1fUqfY 7 f c - 'fm I 4 fig gt wgsafmifsgiw. f -MWQ N E f 4 4 Q 5 ,ggi , E Q Q34 V 1 1, f 2 I ,. ? A e Q 1 J L wg. 4' 3? 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W., Left to 'right Art Howard Business Manager Miriam Wrigle Wfomans Editor K Robert Kern Editor The Illmozs Affrzcultwzst a student publication, is now in its fifty second year of continuous pubh cation The magazine is published six times Vearlv by the students of the college of agriculture lt covers the events and features of 111tCICSt of both new developments in the Held which are made at the University It aims to ' rform students in fcien tific agricultural achievements and reports current Tap raw Charles Nicholson Charles Martin Walter Fehienbacher Earl LTIISII 7fzeMf Nqucaliaaui activities on the Ag Campus The business staff, which sells subscriptions and circulates the finished product, IS headed this year by Arthur Howard The editorial staff is directed by Miriam VV rigley, who is the womans editor, board are Ogle Sears, chairman, Roy Wilcox, Arthur Colby Chris Rhode, and Miss esse Heath man Ernest Painter Warren Berner john Bengham Royce Hinton Ronald Elliott Tblrd row Wrlleam Zumwalt George johnson Ross Hosteller Jael. Albrecht Kenneth Elliott Harold Gurther Second raw Ralph Williams Paul Vogen Glyndon Stuff john Tmsner Roger Hempkrn Russel Levsey Hobart Hmderliter Don Drvside Botmm mu Mary Hansen Ellen Hans n Margy XVoodburn Mary Lou Newbum Meta Marie Keller Betty Reynolds Sonya Karlen 0 0 0 O O :lag C I I V X of l 7 I 1 I I s a agriculture and home economics students, and also Karl Kern, who is the editor. Members of this . . lr . 5 . - iv, . p . J - . ww vempa . For manx 5 ears the student writers on the Lm versity of lll1no1s campus have felt the need of a could reach an enthusiastic audience ln the sprmff of 47 a small group of interested people organized and imtiated the Tempo magazine Despite the lateness of the fall semester, the dearth of new manuscripts, and the technical problems of pubh Carolme Macldo P02113 Edztu jack haffer Bmzzzerr Man agm Rlthard Ulrith A'l!l774gll7g Efizlor cation the second issue appeared in mid winter At this time Tempo attained new prominence and ful that with the support of an enthusiastic student bodv and the cooperation of an interested facultx, Tempo will grow to such an extent that in xears to come it xx ill take a place of ever increasing im portance among creatne campus activities Lltefufy Slajf Bernard Milgrom Astere Claeyssens Richard Sha p Leon Got Fried Nat nz panel Brute Youle O O C I A v f A . T .- . . . . - . i L local undergraduate publication in which they filled the promise of the previous issue. It is hoped u U ' , . . . . 7 Robert johnson Business Manager George Foster, Editor The Illinois Teclmogmpla first appeared at the University in 1885 as a quarterly publication. Since 1930, it has been published each month of the school year. At the annual convention of the Engineering College Magazines Associated, held on October 17-18 at the University of Michigan, the Techno- graph received three awards and five honorable 7fze 7ec!w A. . . mentions. First prize for best local news, second prize for the best editorials, and third prize for the best all-round magazine definitely established last year's issues as better than those of previous years. This year's staff is trying to further improve the magazine's quality and has started branch staffs at Navy Pier and Galesburg. 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A ,,., '- f X , 1 Q 1 . Q sh. ?N w X fl :rg -1 P ng ..... , f fl .Q 5.5 3 , wk ,,, . Donald Hoebel, Manager . i l .2 i I, XLw A,b,A at , . igif i is uuzi . 3 lgflsiiiiiair I ifiiifiilieiififinix E lj --raarex-.isgw . esf...wa...i.i5i 2 i!55.'iiifWiii7?iia . 3iQi55.fS7Ei5EiifEL .. issfssrssslssseev .fs rf.. from 4 if f9EQ5f7E. 55. .5552 537K 'l fsiz.fwrsfi-anQQQJZEQK :fbi 1sv.l1:i1:f1f ,, .r,..,,, Cecil Moyer, Clmi1'nimz . . . 7fze fllini pad-lidfzinq amfpanq . . . The Illini Publishing Company is an organization which is chartered under the laws of the state of Illinois for the purpose of printing and distributing all student publications. Under the direction of Donald Hoebel, company business manager and stu- dent advisor, and Professor Cecil Moyer, chairman of the board of control, the company provides the best printing service available at the minimum cost. The company has under its supervision the va- rious university student publications: The Illia, yearbookg The Daily Illini, newspaperg The Agri- culturist, magazine published by the students in the College of Agricultureg and The Technogifaph, magazine published by the students in the College of Engineering. Eight directors control the company's affairs. Four of these are students, elected by the student body. The other four, chosen by the president of the university, are faculty members. Illini Baum' of Control- Left lo right: Professor Jessie Heathman, Edward Miller, Terry Bel Fey, Professor Manning Seil, Dr. Cecil Moyer, john M. jones, joy Chapman, Wilbur Schramm M: 4 'di , . g K , 3- -vfz Q L 5? 5 MW. A Wwwwwmwm Q M-f ,M vfffgs- 'M'-'ww-f .. V--m2,...,, '-'- - if ffm? 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The daylight hours were spent in sports events, the twilight hours were spent in eating the box lunches and then group singing around the camp- Everybody Sing aaa sw... fire, and the balance of the evening was consumed by a rollicking student participation program in the Stock Pavilion with dancing until midnight. Champions were declared in many events, in- cluding a co-ed milking queen and a pie eating king. Also there Was a rolling pin contest, greased pig contest, and bottle baby pairs. The men defeated the Women softball players in spite of the handi- cap of left-handed batting. Top -raw: Edwin Sauer, Charles Nicholson, Co-Clmi1'man,' Robert Mulch, Russell jeckel, Royce Hinton, Alfred Culver, Kenneth Elliott Botfom row: Willa Whitton, Lila Athey, Mary Wallace, Co-Cbairmang Meta Keller, Melva Baughman, Eleanor Iceriogle, Alice Jacobsen f Y Y 3: ema M , 1.:z4a:..... ,- , , mfg. , ,, ,, , " .V ,. , Wir " ff .:. 7fzePa.wBa4fp The Plow Boy Prom, held this year on April 12, 1947 is the informal dance of the school year. Plaid shirts, cotton dresses, vegetable corsages, and box lunches blended into the rural atmosphere. Ruth jacques was crowned queen of the Plow Boy Prom with a vegetable crown. Del Courtney and his orchestra, also dressed in Plow Boy costumes, rendered an evening of'very danceable music. The Prom is sponsored jointly by the Agriculture L L and the Home Economics Clubs. 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W ' 'I' " A Q Q ,T 'A 3 ' ' - ff? A Fi-ff H1 - ji.i,.ff Q ia W Q 'E2n,l" -' -' .aff .-all-X? .sggfll-X755-gf FE? KH ' ' ' K- V 5 f - ' " Top row: Joanne Katzoif, Joyce Hull, William Blankenberg, Fred Voelpel, Elizabeth Bond, James Pogue, Estaline Ulrnes, Margaret John Bottom row: Jay Allen, Royal Synwolt, Social Chairman, Jack Clay, President, Jay Harnick, Vice-President, Suzanne Love, Secretary, Ruth Hockman, Treas- urer, Mrs. Jay Allen, Mary Glisson Naepa . . . Mak ancf gauile Top pow: Malvina Bartosiewicz, Alice Kennedy, Warwick Brown, Willianu Blankenberg, Stanley Louis, Fred Voelpel, Robert Wiedrich, John Briggs, Carolyn .Linnard, Marjorie Halvorsen, Claire Blaufarb Tlazmf row: Ruth Hockman, Betty Altpeter, Mary Jo Wedge, Nancy Radeke, Frances Brahana, Jean Hansen, Janice McCann, Janice Clark, Patricia Champion, Jean Gates, Suzanne Jacobs Serom! raw: Virginia Davies, Estaline Ulmer, Suzanne Love, Jean Creighton, Betty Bond, Jeannette Jefferson, Mary Coapstick, Polly Lauren, Donna Selleg Patricia Towers, Jean Ryan, John Flanigan Barrow row: Mariellen Damon, Mary Glisson, Margaret Walton, Margaret John, Martha Holmes, Frank Pacelli, Virginia Stevens, Joyce Hull, Gloria Davis, Jo Anne Katzotf, Margaret Kramer N01 gn lp-anfli Ivan Dahlgren, Johan Donald, Jean Nararnore, Charles Baker, Robert Cushman, Vivian Johnson, Vernon Lewis, Beverly Bear, Terry Fey, op ue ger 3 .,,. fini?-511541 .Q Q L W.-W,-Q, ffsz,: fb 2 w Jay Allen, Director ...Wie 140 aefzalh The A Cappella Choir, of about forty voices, Was first organized last year, under the direction of Professor Jay Allen. The choir draws its mem- bership from students in all departments of the University. During each of its two years of organization, the Choir has presented a short group of carols and anthems before the annual Christmas presentation of the 'cMessiah" by the University Choir. In the spring the group presented an afternoon concert of varied music and also the Choir has sung for various functions and organizations off the campus. Tap row: Robert Fellows, Leonard Lauter, Heinz Neumann, George Demers, Fred Simon, Robert Smith, Joseph Gauger, Rollin Busse, Charles Ovsen Ronald Seibert, Willie Marion Third row: Rose Marie Holmes, Mrs. H. Fraser Johnstone, Sonia Marcus, John Bray, Ted Levy, Dorothy Krupp, Robert Symon, Harry Lash, Sylvia Sitaviclc Elvira Vigna Semm! row: Sharlee Davis, Sue Carr, Allene Burns, Margaret Taylor, Ethelyn Mosgrove, Marillyn Pinkus, Betty Bailey, Eulah Burton, Willielmina Fathauer Lois Kary, Patricia Barton Boftomurow: Letitia Wimberly, Dorothy Vfojciechowski, Lucy Gray, Marilyn Weinstein, Joseph Allen, Director, Jacqueline Cooper, Jeanne Carpenter Boneta Leigh, Ruth Bruninga, Janice Honn - :if gk f Q 1 .W 452 .. 'su af 5 Y Qi ., . www ,www WW, Www ggq V - wwwwwmmnunnuau-am . N-aanu.wwm,M , mmm MM " W , , Mm ,, ' 1 Q ' 5' 1 , W ' Q i: ., i f f' W .V Haifa , f V :-: 'fir ','. A f ' 1 V . W 'gi' gm ' Y ki ? M Y W i y w e U -4- W ff M Y M L, - ...- , ws Liga? , my W my W .,,.,A -, , ' ny 4, 1 V , is Am Z 5 K It QF Q as S iW,,,,,, ., WML ,W , 5? S ,naw The University Chorus is one of the oldest musical organizations on the campus. For more than a quarter of a century it has presented concerts. Outstanding among its programs is the annual presentation at Christmas time of Handells L'Messiah." In the spring concerts, it has pre- sented oratorios and Cantatas of Bach, Franck, Mendelssohn, St. Saens, Liszt, and other masters. The chorus, Whose large membership is composed of students, faculty, and townspeople, is directed by Pro- fessor Russell Miles. All those who are interested in join- ing the University Chorus are invited to try out. Director, Russell Miles Top row: Marguerite Colley, Sue Carr, Joan Hitter, Marv File, Margaret Pardue, Merle Milligan, Robert Mayer, Paul Larsen, June Landes, Mary Day, Edith jones, Ruth Stillwell, jean Naramore, Elizabeth Lutz, Janice Clark s Fourth row: Dorothy Wojciechowski, Mary Martin, joan Webster, Doris Crittenden, JoAnn Robinson, joy Lundberg, Nancy Potter, Letitia Wimberly, Vera Schreiber, Nelson Leonard, Donald Wanderer, Charles Lindley, Robert Downey, Alfred Griffin, Wayne Rodeback, Annabelle Hubbard, Camille Placzek, - jane Lindley, Louise Leonard, jean Hamilton Third row: Marie Larsen, Barbara Grumley, Tom Merlo, Elizabeth Bond, janet Van Matre, Lynne Syversen, Patricia Batton, Mrs. James Shelton, Robert Symon, Raymond Render, Stig Lindroth, james Tillitt, Robert Kidder, john Geister, Heinz Neumann, George Hall, Martha Morgan, Carol Haney, Laura Proctor, jean Cameron, Louise Bancroft, Jeanne Carpenter Second row: Mtay Messrnann, Jane Rogers, Virginia Mesnard, Adelaide Darling, Cylinda Cryder, Jean Managan, Doris Dugan, Ethelyn Mosgrove, Harrison Munro, Elvin Warrick, James She ton, Ray Shawl, Victor Schocken, Paul Marion, Marjorie Kuhne, Gertrude Kumerlen, Martha Wetzel, Janet Peterson, jane Wolf, jane Foster, Sylvia Sitavich Bottom foul: Margaret jones, Natividad Villegas, Lloyd Mann, Carl Carter, Thomas Mills, Henry Bowlden, Jay Allen, Russell Miles, William Boyer, Charles Keeling, Kenneth Crumrine, Albert Lundgren, Elvira Vigna, Jane Stockwell, joy Thomas, Mary Hammons, Norma Lindenmuth Richard Anderson, Roland Anderson, Theodore Bayler, David Beckenholdt, Louis Bernardoni, Fred Berry, William Bigelow, Robert Brindise, Victor Buhrke, Robert Brotherton, Peter Carlson, Charles Clinard, Donald Coble, john Cole, jean Cook, Don Davis, Merrill Davis, Lowell Dewhirst, Virginia Edie, Beverly Erven, 'Charles Finley, jacob Fuchs, Richard Galloway, Charles Garrison, Melvin Ghighi, Caesar Gianasi, Leland Grifzzell, Richard Halleman, Donald Halper, Dean Harrison, Albert Hartman, jack Heins, Neil Hilvety, Gordon Hoerner, Robert Huss, Robert jelleris, Allen Jeter, Alden josely, John'Kalivoda, David Kantro, Leonard Koetter, Stephen Lambdin, Ellis Leighty, Dolores Lowe, Robert McCray, Charles 'McFadden, Dorothy-McK1nley,'Char es Martin, Charles Metcalf, Maynard Meyers, Ralph Miller, Rodney Miller, Richard Morgan, Ethelyn Mosgrove, Barbara Mouritsen, Edgar Mouritsen, Byron Myhre, Mary Needler, Albert Noland, William Parsons, Ernest Pearson, Donald Rahn, Wayne Reck, James Robinson, jack Ronchetto, Robert Rosendale, Wayne Sachtleben, Paul Scharfenberg, Norman Schreiber, Robert Schreiber, Thomas Schulte, Richard Schwerdt, William Shaw, Dorothy Sherrard, Wesley Stelzriede, Howard Stone, Harrison Streeter, Jack Stumpf, Robert Swerman, Royal Synwolt, Glenn Tatman, Elmer Taylor, Stanley Thomas, Dean Vander Stoep, Verna Van Velzer, Mar- garet Viden, Walter Volkmann, Robert Watson, Donald Weber, Norman Werner, Randall West, Arnold Williams, Vernon Wolff, Richard Wood, Maurice Workman, George Wright, Harold' Yung, Frederic Zeisler, William Ziegler . . . e ' Ban . . . The University Bands comprise three separate units, the Concert, First Regimental and, Second Regimental Bands. The First Regimental Band is the nucleus of the world famous lllini Football Band, both of which are under the direction of Mark H. Hindsley. Resplendent in new uni- forms the band last fall journeyed to New York with the team to make its initial performance of the year in Yankee Stadium, and later in the sea- son entertained at all home games. Besides these activities, the First Regimental Band assists the Concert Band in the annual Band clinic, the twi- light concerts, and broadcasts. Mark H- Hi-wdslev Conductor ww Mmm -Q QQLQQ J I I 5 4. ? is if 5 Q 2? Q i 2 W ,2 at K sf, S. is 5? 2 Si? K E5 5 25 up sf Janis Adsit Peter Eckert Dorothy Albert Marian Albert Milton Alexander Michael Altenberg Myron Ash Melvin Beagle Kenneth Bensen Betty Bond Herbert Boyd John Brophy Ethel Brown Joe Brown Thomas Bunting Keith Chambliss Dale Collins Ralph Crago Ed Creek James Davidson William Day Lee Dicks John Doring W. B. Duda Philip Durant A. Austin Harding, Direcior Eva Engel Aline Fairbanks Earl Flanagan Lawrence Freeman Marjorie Galutia Harry Gille Delbert Goranson Stanwood Griffith John Guse Thomas Harker John Haynie Harold Hindsley Alyce Hitter James Hobbs W. J. Hoel John Holl Fred Hubbell Mary James William Jensen Wallace Jobusch William Johnston Emmett Jurgens Barbara Juvinall . . . 746 60440601 8644 Concert Band Edward Kalb William Killian Leroy Kirsch Ellis Knox Melvin Kornmeyer Richard Landes Edgar Landrey James Lane Carl Leach Jeanne Leader Donald Lewis Richard Litterst James Lloyd Eugene Loftiss Harold Lorenz Harold Luttenbache Warren Lutz Donald Mason Darrel McCarty Jane McClure A. J. McDowell Floyd Mead Hugo Melvoin Edna Michael The University of Illinois Concert Band, called by John Philip Sousa, the world's greatest college band, has again this year brought new standards of excellence to the Held of symphonic band perform- ance. lt is in the presentation to the public of the finest in symphonic literature and, more particu- larly, the transcriptions of its director, Dr. A. A. Harding, that the Concert Band makes its greatest contribution to campus activities. These works are presented on the anniversary concert, the twilight concerts, the annual Band Clinic, and over Station WILL. Personnel 1' William Michael Edward Mihelig Kenneth Moore Wesley Mundil Donna Nelson Willard Nelson Allen Nibbelin Robert Niblack Van Nicolai Gordon Pentz Daniel Perrino Martha Pichon Daniel Porter Russell Pugh Betty Reeder John Ross Milton Sabin Clarence Sandy LaVoy Schneider James Schrodt Warren Schuetz J. J. Schuster H. O. Sexton R. I. Shawl Doris Shepherd Robert Simmergren Fred Simon Stanley Smith Sidney Sosin Eugene Steghens Frank Stoc still Robert Summers Norma Tedford S. W. Tehon Ross Titus John Trumbull David Tucker Irving Tunick Paul Vance Alan Walker Harry Ward Robert Webb Richard Weerts Robert Weihrouch Jean Wiersema Frances Wilmeth Lucien Wise l William Wright, C0-Manager Martha Holmes, C0-Manager' . . glad eauade. . . Star Course offers to both students and faculty, entertainment by the foremost concert musicians of the day. This organization is sponsored and con- trolled by the University Concert and Entertain- ment Board, Whose members have the responsibil- ity of making final decisions about the selection of artists as Well as the appointment of staff members. All University musical entertainment for which admission is charged is under the supervision of this board. Marty Holmes and Bill Wright, the two senior managers, Worked closely with the board while capably serving in the capacity of co-directors of the entire Star Course staif. The Univerrity Comer! and Entertainment Boa1'd- Top raw: Donald Dickason, Professor Duane Branigan, James Hogan, Robert Root Bottom row: Professor Pembroke Brown, Charles DeLong, Frances Drennan, Professor George Clark Sim Cowie jzznim' llflll1'l:Zg97'J'.' john Gray, Dorothy Eberhart, Alice Profroek At the close of their sophomore year seven stu- dents Were selected by the University Concert and Entertainment Board to serve as Junior Managers on the Star Course staff of 1947-48. Under the su- pervision of the senior managers these juniors handle all of the Star Course activities. Their duties include keeping Star Course accounts, making arrangements for publicity, supervising ticket sales by sophomores, maintaining routine correspond- ence, and entertaining artists. Fran VVacaser, the senior usher manager, has the important job of assigning and supervising ushers for all Star Course performances. S1 zz Comzve junior Mamzgerf: Tom Bunting, Burta Fleharty, john Bonnet, Beverly Bennett immw iw 6 '51 .ef 5' W mf .. .L W Aww? f gif 5 X W WSTQ, ,, W K .QPf,5?if?wE5wiEf,f WW. Wy, A , gi .m f2!Qg'51Qs, ,, ,gy ,M ? WW NSW' Sm ffr fa- -- flfri, .,, fr i ' E gag? 5 rw S - Z, ,,-Qfwgv. 'win 9 x K' a f Si Q 2 Vhfp ffzf Wig A Lg? R558 4 1 Q ef M xii' x mf .ss a ' W Y , .f v f-0,.,,,. mm ,, lmms W wt nba? "Q:- I + s 8 ,mf My Q- . WW v,.. i ?Ef::::' V . W3 ii: :ew iiv wlw- QQ 1. iffiteasi -fiiifiliiifff' mm, he 5515? , fi' zfafn , ,, .gf . i ... ff! JE: H: -,QL M- 521551 Q., is :QXEM fin' A ix H wi, :mbsf Ei ,mjgflm v 'SLK 4' i Q in-S1 Chicago Symphony Orchestra Artur Rodzinski, Conductor Dame Myra Hess, an English pianist, made her Star Course appearance on january 27 and 28. Since her New York debut in 192 2, she has made concert tours in America each year, with the exception of the war years. In 1945 she was made Dame Commander of the British Empire of George VI, the highest honor she could receive in her native country. Under the direction of Artur Rodzinski, the Chicago Symphony appeared here March 30 and 31. This was Rodzinskfs Hrst season as director and conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Rodzinski graduated with a Doctor of Law degree from the University of Vienna, but soon abandoned law for music. Leopold Stokowski heard him in Warsaw and invited him to this country, where he worked as assistant to Stokowski in Philadelphia. Previous to his acceptance of his present post, he served as conductor of the New York Philhar- monic Orchestra. D me Myra Hess Q 2 Q Y, i 1 .R 5, gs K . . X W it Q. , I ' ' Q . r 1 . Ml 2 fwwqag ix- 1 - , is , f' 1, x M L W C f g 5 1 f Q as , 2 A . M Y- - ,. pf ff' 1- 11 as H E l ' 4' M gn' . M fy ,Lv if E ,QV X7 V k ff Ni, I mi ,T , if 9 mm? ,mm-'fn ,.,,..5gWfi'w+'n ' 'vga M W-,www mm ""'m mw, Wilma Zfniaeadaliq Zyamen . . . 372 EH fn 5 1 E xg Q, egg X , 373 . . . clung, Wamenl fwidfian 14eL:taciaJfian President ....... a .... .... N lerriam Anderson First Vice-President .... ..... M ary Jo Wedge Second Vice-President ...... Mary Myrth Wallace Executive Member-At-Large .......... Carol Lott Secretary ................. . . .Joan Ryan Merriam Anderson, Freridem Treasurer ' ' ' ' 'LOIS Kleln ln this, our sixty-fourth year on the Illinois Campus, Women students of all races and creeds With faculty and alumnae, enjoyed a meaningful year in the Young Women's Christian Association. They combined their efforts to maintain the high standards and ideals of the association and to achieve its purpose - '4Full and creative life" - for all stu- dents. The Cozy provided an opportunity for the membership to come together every Friday after- noon. Another field of activity was expressed by a new music and dramatics department. ln co- operation With the Y.M.C.A. a graduate program has been expanded and a fall symposium series was launched. Programs With students of other lands have been tried to provide a real Welcome and ac- quaint these students With family life in the com- munity. Finally, our regular concern to help all Freshmen Women to become integrated into campus life has been enhanced through a 'cbig and little sister" program involving all Freshmen Women, Whether they are members of the Y.VV.C.A. or not. Any Woman student may become a member of the Young VVomen's Christian Association. Top raw: Patricia Scott,.Doris Neumann, Sonia Snyder, Mary Livingston, Miry Eastman, Jeannette Jefferson, Miriam Bauer, Cylinda Cryder, Carolyn Miller, Dorothea Woods, Emily Stock Second raw: Alice Jacobsen, Dorothy Holden,'Joan Ryan, Secretaryg Mary Wedge, Vice-President, Mary Cusick, Merriam Anderson, President, Lois Klein, Treasurerg Verna Volz, Mary Baer, Phyllis Rohde Boltogn raw: Virginia Baker, Patricia Champion, Evelyn Baird, Janice Clark, Marilyn James, Sally Lovejoy, Doreen Embs Not In p.cmel.' Mary Wallace, Vice-President, 'Carol Lott, Executive Member-At-Largeg Mary Hull 5 f, ..A.. 5 wg: 1 f e ng-. ,K 2 J K J 3' 1 if 55' , il .... A 5 T :Qi ., Egger 5 ,ff-Qi? gay fi a - ,.-L . L f. - is 1 ig 1 5 E? , 'F 23 W 1 if . 5' '9'l'55E3?: .. :: .. lf 3 X352 5 V5 Q EE wg M l Q :5mf,,E:'5i'Z'1y- -H 5 Q ggi? J 'K " EN f . - M iifyz VT Ea? W ', A Y, f wif ,VM SWA K., Hag E 3 iii Z P 2 I 2 1 ' Q 5 x gi is fc l 5.1 x , , 'V .,,.. ' -' I MF mm-12,21 so xmwwgggvx XF Jane Schoonmaker, Preridenl Keep your eyes on the ball! - watch your form! These are familiar coaching phrases heard through- out the year by members of the Womenfs Athletic Association. This organization, open to every woman on the campus, has a well-rounded recrea- tional program for women interested in active sports as well as for those who like co-recreational activi- ties. It is not necessary to be proficient in any sport to join W.A.A. activities. This organization gives the women students an opportunity to acquire skill in different athletics. The school year is divided into four sport sea- sons. Among the sports offered are hockey, soccer, basketball, badminton, volleyball, table tennis, ...'7AeW ' .H.. tennis, fencing, archery, golf, bowling, softball, and an annual swimming meet. The various sports are managed by students who have completed one or more sport seasons. Faculty members of the Women's Physical Education De- partment come to the practices to coach and to stress the value of good sportsmanship. The highest women's athletic award is the Block "I" given to those who have successfully completed ten sport seasons. Orange class numerals are awarded for completing six sport seasons. The Women's Athletic Association is the spon- sor of Terrapin and Orchesis, honorary swimming and modern dancing groups, respectively. It also sponsors Alpha Sigma Nu, a Physical Education honorary society. W.A.A. activities encourage good sportsmanship, future leadership, keen competition, and physical well-being. Top raw: Elizabeth Morphy, Wilma DeYoung Marcia Spaeth Joyce Perbix Lila Athe . . . v . ,i , Y , Boltom row: Marjorie Harris, Secretaryg janet Ishihara, VICE-PI'6JldEHf,' jane Schoonmaker, Preflde my Mary Hall, Trea,rm'ef,' Ada Loveless gsm 1 '-4 , - -.1 .. '-:2 .- 1 A X 45 it Z k f .f 2 1 I r , X 4 . 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Ruth Christiansen, Prwident Top 60-w: Roberta Kirkpatrick, jan McAuley, Mae jean Engen, Doris Neyenclorf, Betsy Downs, Nancy Holmes, Mary Hanning, Carol Dillon, Jeanette ehning Third mug: Betty Cureton, Joy Gernhardt, Marion Obermeyer, Louistine Ford, Beverlee Allen, Lois Kary, Nancy Nelson, Carol Sparrey, Donna Caldwell, Lorraine Stence Second row: Betty Weldon, Wini Bowen, Pat Meyer, Alice Muschler, Nancy B-urns, jo-Ann Parker, Georgia Pahlow, Pat Frosch, Joanne Pfau, 'Caroline Talyor Boliam row: Louise Wright, Betty Dyer, Sara Funk, Mary Lou Crichtield, Dorothy Fisher, Carole Bauer, Mary Morwood, Mary Ellen Needler, Martha Strick- land, Mary Catherine Carlson , Diving board-Front ta back: Ruth Christiansen, Pferidentg Pat Poyten, Vice-Preridentf Jean Campbell, Trea.vure'r,' Barbara Christy, Secfetafyg Helen Haeger Not in panel: Mary Lasater, Marilyn Rosenbaum, Martha Reichert Siacfenl fddmmuhwaffzw ,Ka fa 1- 4 W '7lae Zfnian fbepafzlmeni of Alumni ,flfjm Student Recognition Homecoming Loyalty Student and Alumni Orientation Phyllis Chalk, Ditertor Top raw, Sub-clattifmen: Phillip Carroll, Richard Hart, Keith Goodwin, Top row. 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Dad's Day Club Commons Open House University Sings Union Movies Union Varieties Bettv Romm, D11 error Mnjor Chairmen - Top ww: Todd Davis, jay Harnick, Harriet Rosen, Sublfbairmen-Smnding: jack Berman, George Stevens, Lyman Hoadley, Ed Roberts Edward Harriscn, Harold Strum, Gerald Stxum Boflom row: Bettv Ann Romm, Lois Holstine Seated: Robert Heath, Micrley Brown, Kathryn Flesch, Ruth Korngold, ' Ann Duvall, Marcia Goldman, Scott Shelton, Robert Berman l i E 4 I 1 .. . ,Hai I 1 i l . . . 'Zfnian fbefzafallmenl' of elafiand, Newspaper Publicity Illini Town Meetings Advertising Mary Lou Roliling, Difertor' Sub-Cbairz11un- Tap row: Robert Simon, Thomas Moore, Robert Vogele, I june Branding, Julius Efflandt, Eugene Dorsey, joseph Gauger, Robert Major ClJdil'lI7P11'- Top row: Helen Wolcott, Robert Garner, Barbara Bickel Campbell . Bgfmm ,-ow, Mary Lou Roljling, Pauline Dolan Bnlfnmk ww: Ruth Murphy, Grace Olsen, Dorothy Vernor, Martha Inms, Shirley Mraz, Rene Stone, Edith Fantus ? if? Q E 3 W s 5 5 52, Q, S 3 32? ' sei ff d T5 23 ffm K2 g A A if as gi Ls Q 25 awk? :Q ga. iam. -,m.g.,1:,,,.u... ,am-3es,", , .,,, , W,-lx:-W ewes-.sawiw -f, W Ifwdfmms'ww 5 Lviifyixgf' : -fm. ., i - wx,-I my +23mq.g2Q5?5SWs...f-f-- sw-1Qz,gq..fPg.wLK- I ' V '- E i'.9?2,m?5- 3 . I . .-,1ffm-lieafssziifiswiwiifWfiiiw H M- - - : qs W' ' '4'i2f-- 6:wfwzipiw:-f?ztig.f3fiif-2 ' Q 1... mmm-715, W. , W .. , ,. ,M - Q gg, Wim. ., w-'1l:W'yN-gg rfb V ,,.. .gg-www! ,fix Uififw' :Ninn " V P? ' , "',5.521ZfEEE-..rg5 gain: vm., ' M W 'ki - 1 ' A -- I -am, 5- W. H was . 5? WW.z.,....,.,,4,,m,,,,,,M,,,A A I . V I .Lj SW .5 u,.,f"" 1mm?7.g1ggf5g., ,1gN.,1gg5. W -1.55.5355 . wif , . X7 mfiffaff X H4 1.2 . ss xsfsf- -,Q:1f'1 -, M . III- K '1 ..,,,,ff... I I .W Zfnianncf " ' The Illini Union is the community center for the University and as such concerns itself with the whole area of student life and interests outside of the classroom. It provides a place and means for meeting friends, for lounging and smoking, for reading books, periodicals and newspapers, for din- ing and refreshments, for dating and dancing, for bowling and billiards and many other facilities and activities providing opportunities for the students to work and play together and make profitable use of their leisure time. The Union is a busy place: over 15,000 individ- uals enter the building, approximately 8,500 meals are served, over 1,750 visit the Main Desk for news- papers, cigarettes, candy and cigars. Vernon L. Kretschmer, Manager The Illini Union also operates a cooperative book- store for the beneht of the students and faculty of the University. All students who purchase their books and supplies from this store participate in a dividend distribution at the end of the year which is based on the net profits of the store. In an effort to ease the large demand for food service facilities resulting from the increased en- rollment, the Illini Union has opened the Coffee I-Iouse on the south campus. This is a temporary facility which was moved to the University from a nearby Army base. The Coffee I-Iouse provides regular meals and soda fountain facilities for ap- proximately 5,000 persons per day. Illini Union Adminirlrqlicg Commillee - Tap row: Vernon I.. Kretschrner, Kenneth L. Rhodes, Earl F. Finder, Arthur E. Sawyer, Charles E. Wkrty Bottom row: Martha lrwm, Mrs. Alice Hurt, Mrs. Roberta Cash, Irene Pierson, Miss Donna Runser w l S 3 5, if rg: 5? Q 1 2 QS i , 6, If -A355 Q ' .Q L fs? 5, f 3 4' , ig efflfmiv? Uqgflfmf -A UM-f 1 -- :- , fx..-11 W-V sa, L pg mf M , if ww. - f -f ' 15? M15 .. : Zggigmg E -SJ!-Wiiis ..,gw. ., f H Qi K- 555,32 Q W W QQ3 flxhi 1 5 . OFFICERS President ................ Hubert Wetzel Vice-President. . . . . .VVilliam XV. Erwin 1 Recorder ..... ..... R oger H. Little Treasurer. . . .... Martin L. Mosher Hubert Wetzel, Preiidem' Philip Morgan, General Serrefary ...wa a.fme.,4... The University of Illinois Young Men's Christian Association this year celebrated its seventy-fifth anniversary. Founded February 3, 1873, the or- ganization has always been a fellowship of stu- dents and faculty. Its pioneering spirit led to the initiating of freshman camps and fellowship groups, work with foreign students, fireside forums in men's houses faculty forums, the "I" book, and student housing and employment services. In 1946 the "YH employed a woman member of its staff to give leadership in the area of preparation for mar- riage and family life, and it inaugurated its week- Top row: Robert Larson, William Newby, Wfilliam Pape Serofzd w: Ch l ' ' end recreation room for YM -YVV members. The Y.M.C.A building, opened May, 1938, is generally recognized as one of the finest devoted to the work of the Student Association. In its diamond anniversary observance the Y .M.C.A sought to pay tribute to the host of stu- dents, faculty, alumni, staff and friends who have made the first seventy-Hve years possible. Backed by their accomplishments in Christian service and leadership, the organization looks to the future de- termined that 'fthe best is yet to be." ro , ar es hunt, Lewis Robinson, joseph Brankey, Ralph Hines, Samuel Smith, William Phillips I Batman row: Robert Hacker, Peter Vanes, William Erwin, Vice-Prefidentf Hubert Wetzel, Preridenlf Roger I.1itle, Recorder, Joserh Grass: Not 177 pmel: Robert Brand, Martin Mosher, Trearzzrer Q, JM... .-m.....,.M....M W.. V 5.5 M ...W in ,SQ ,.A,,,v.Qa . ,aff ,s ,3f.ii3'52WLs' ' f ., , ,. N.,, mv. , ,a5:g,. , . -E ,::,... A y ,, MQ, W ' ' . :5 . an - .ss"'fem" .. hw wwwmlmwm ww- wwwwwzw we 5, Xw Jw, S, L. - 25, 5 ,. ff .4 M E1 ,ffggfkf gi 'gigs' Q 2355 iw . .5-,, , , M If ,Q uf, , ' , Q , ffl N . -" Hifi: . QW'-. H , ', .":'.." f:.::, :'.II"--. ' A , ...., - '. -. 1 sg, :g--H T' f, ,:: .,..Qsz'. J: -. ,:ffsis,w'HQS3L3?: - fag,.,..,..k,,.M.,,.a,M 7. we ..,,,, ,,.. , .-,,,.. ,,..., . , , . - l:i.1iL" 2 if Q A 1 .... , , . Q , .,,f+-Wi? K , f, f H n- N L' ' L ' . n. .1 -:ggi 555 isp- vu ggggg' , ,,x,:'z ' - . f. , , . ,..,,... .,.,. james Mohan, Preridenl Frederick Ford, Prefident, Second Semester The Student Senate is a governing body com- posed of students with legislative power coordinate with that of the Committee on Student Affairs. Matters falling within the jurisdiction of any stu- dent-faculty board or of Panhellenic or lnter-Fra- ternity Councils are not under the supervision of this group. Fifteen students elected by the student body and ten ex-officio representatives from major activities comprise the Student Senate. The President and other oHicers of the Senate are elected by the mem- bers of this group. The standing committees ap- pointed by the President of the Senate are the Com- . . .740 Slmfmz' 860016 mittees on Honorary Organizations, Social Events, Extracurricular Activities, General VVelfare, and Elections and By-Laws. The Student Senate is particularly interested in improving the general Welfare of students, campus organizations, and activities. Included in the Sen- atels program this year is an investigation of the trafiic code and automobile regulations. Another special committee is that of Code Revision, formed to revise the present Code on Student Affairs. Student Senate meetings are open for visitation to any University student, but he must submit a request to speak before the group. Top row: james Saul, William Erwin, Fred Berry, Keith Hutson, Orin Grant, Ellis Leighty, Neal Breskin, Professor Valentine jobst, Aa'1fimr,' Theodore Anderson, Benjamin Fisher, Professor Karl Windesheim, Adffifor ' '." K Borlom row: Frank Pacelli, Estaline Ulmer, Ruth Weimer, Frederick Ford, Prefident, Semnd Semerferp James Mohan,,Pi'eJidenI, Fin! Semeflery' Lois Link, .Yecfetaryg Thomas Crews, TreaJurer,' Betty Rowen, Frances Wacaser, Virginia Stewart, jane Schoonmaker, janet Olson 4 1 . . . 7fze Siucfenl Nffaad acid' cam! Su 'Jian Gammzilea. . . The Audit and Supervision Committee, a sub- committee of the Student Senate and Student Af- fairs Committee is charged, by the Code on Student Affairs, with supervision of all social events and general university functions of like character to which admissions are charged. This includes ap- proval of prices, the general budget, the date, time and place of these events. When approval of all matters has been com- pleted, the Work is not over. The committee has the job of being present at the event in order to supervise and make certain that the recommenda- tions and university rules are carried out. Frederick Ford, Clmirnzmf Five students are elected to sit on the committee by the Student Senate. Another student and two faculty men are appointed to it by the Student Affairs Committee in addition to the secretary, Dean Vern J. Hampton. This committee presents rel evidence of the Hlearn by doingl' theory of Student Government. It not only provides experience for its members but also offers sound advice and help to the dance, stunt show, or other committee charged with seeing that our University events are the pride of all students. Top row: Benjamin Fisher, Thomas Crews, William Ervyin, Professor Norman Scott, Theodore Anderson Bottom row: Betty Rowan, Professor Harry Fuller, Frederick Ford, Clmirmang Dean Vern Hampton, Secretary I l l President George Stoddard University Convocations, open to all Without charge, are addressed by Well-known speakers who bring to the campus their points of view on sub- jects of general interest. The lirst speaker of 1947 was Richard C. Patter- son, U. S. Ambassador to jugoslavia, who spoke on '4The Tito Government as I Knew It." In February Beverly Baxter, member of Parliament and dramatic critic, described "Conditions in Britain Today." In March President George D. Stoddard who had attended the UNESCO confer- ence in Paris as a U. S. delegate, gave a first-hand report on the United Nations Organization. In Zmlmi Gawaeaizan COMMITTEE Pauline Dolan Charles Odegaard Robert Hudelson john Regnell Alvin Lang Patricia Schnipper Matthew McClure Fred Turner Marilyn Unmacht joseph VVright April Clifton M. Utley, radio news analyst, dis- cussed "The Truman Doctrine." In June the eminent judge of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Florence E. Allen, spoke on 4'The Nuremberg Trials Implement VVorld Law." The second convocation was delivered by Paul Engle, Iowa poet and novelist, whose topic was c'Poetry and Modern Man." The fall season began with an address by Kenneth Lindsay, Member of Parliament and former British Minister of Education. Late in October Mrs. Eliza- beth Gray Vining, tutor to the crown prince of japan, gave her impressions of "Re-education in japan." In November Ernest T. Gruening, Gov- ernor of Alaska, described the reasons for granting statehood to that territory in "Alaska-New Cross- roads of the Worldf' The last lecture of the year was given by Brigadier General William H. Wilbur who gave his impressions of U. S. occupation pol- icies in the Far East in "Our Future in the Orient." Top row: Fred Turner, Robert I-iudelson, Charles,Odegaard, Matthew McClure, joseph Wriglxt Boztom row: Alvin Lang, Patricia Schnippcr, Pauline Dolan, Marilyn Unmacht, john Regnell 57491: fx M, E wg x 'QM Q awk ,Q W if gm Wa ,M Qfwfwgmmfs , 3 is 1 2 S39 www ,W ,WJ asf. V4 3 W . -,-. W, K W ,W,,,L. Wg F L W ,n nf 'sw V wwf will iw F 55? ' 5 , H L E. Q I Q, QM -44, sf. M ' 1, lf' Q V A A t A A ? .i Historian The Newman Foundation is the Catholic student center on the campus of the University. Its pro- gram is under the direction of Reverend Dr. Ed- ward Duncan, who is assisted by the Reverend Edward VV. O'Rourke and the Reverend Edgar C. Taylor. Miss Ann B. Flynn serves as the lay assistant to the director. First among the Foundation's activities is the work of St. johnis Catholic Chapel. It offers the Catholic students several Masses daily and Sunday, opportunity for frequent reception of the sacra- ments and other liturgical services throughout the year. Important phases of the foundation program include credit 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 Cath- olic student organization on campus, include corpo- rate communions, discussion groups, lectures, dra- matics, intramural sports, and parties. The Newman club has the following three-fold purpose: to 7fze Newman acwmcfaiian. . . OFFICERS President ................... joseph Micoli Vice-President .............. Mary Zannini at-.D.Ea'a1.D . . . 6 I Dxffw mm Corresponding Secretary ..... AnnMl1nar1ch Recording Secretary ........ Lydia Williams Treasurer .... . . .Gerald Luesse . . .Frank Mula deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal life of its members, to help Catholic students to become acquainted, and to assist the University and its stu- dents whenever possible. The club is affiliated with the National Feder- ation of Newman Clubs, which is composed of sim- ilar groups at other universities throughout the country. This year, the organization sponsored a Hpre-marriage clinic" conducted by the staff of the Springfield C.Y.O. The sessions were open to all students and residents of Champaign-Urbana. Dur- ing I-Iomecoming week-end, Newmanites from the University of Michigan were entertained at a re- ception for their chaplain, the Reverend Frank McPhillips. Traditional annual events on the club's social calendar are a spring formal, a carnival, and a picnic at the Turkey Run State Park in Indiana. The club also sponsors a continuous program of informal social events. ' ' "-qi'-""'+'eW" -' A-MMM 'ug-4.1411 'Bl' , Kish ' ...f-YQ. W. 5 I 3 2 .,.,::.W is . .,., . E WE ? - ,Q s , wa uw.: ga, Sf W M: . fl 'Q 4,1 5 ? fx 2 X a 2 3 J . ii.. pg? .X- , . ..e1.,..4 g fsgs -5451557-Lei Q "SJ "5:'.'g."5'.i,, I H5-Kuff? W 'z af 12:51 f gm . Wy, WwwA?5: -f A ' - .,: ,, - . :H ' 15 - 5-f::f5:Qg:::g.:,-1 I MB' ' J, .. 9-5Q 1'I:x?"5?f .. H ina- - ,w uwei A , .aw w N675 Mfiszrl , .QA-F: fff- w , . K dsgg U L. fav- K 7, " -iaigfzfiy' .1-his ,M .24 A X W 1 LX x.,,. f 5 2 f 3 5 1 -X . 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M mmammriaawmwa Wsmaeam.Wawamwxxavfmm mms awww mmmmeviuwasaraiiaewrs...,..,Wpw2waarismmumwwaemmaw awweq-sf-my . . . fnllea- 'Uaafti Ghaiaizan Qelfawdfai Students at Illinois to whom Christian faith is all-im- portant find stimulation and comradeship in Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. The Illini Chapter, organized nearly a decade ago, is one of more than two hundred American chapters and is afhliated with similar groups throughout the World. I. V. C. E was Hrst formed in England by students from Oxford and Cambridge Universities, it is now World- Wide with groups meeting in Europe, Latin-America, Aus- tralia, and the Far East, including thirty chapters in China alone. The friendly I. V. C. F. group at Illinois consists of earnest Christians from many denominations: Methodist, Christian Missionary Alliance, Lutheran, Dutch Reformed, Nazarene, Presbyterian, and others. There is, however, a sense of unity through a common eagerness to know Christ better. All the activities of I. V. C. F. at Illinois profit by the counsel of its advisors, Professor A. S. Secord and Professor N. D. Morgan. These activities have included enjoyable social times, ranging from hay rides to a spring formal banquet, as Well as discussions and lectures on Tuesday evenings, daily prayer meetings at the Illini Union and Gregory Hall, and frequent Bible study hours. Top row: Roland Anderson, Roy Kelley, Ray Kelley, jr., Winifred Hager, Roy Bodett, Enrique Cabezas, jim White, Bob Mason, Paul Messerall, Hudson Messerall Preifidet W'll d A d Al M ll , 71 ,' 1 ar ri erson, ec essera Family row: Irving Carlson, Lois Carlson, Edwin Rydbeck, Clyde Dixon, Betty Lou Wainscott, Daniel Hanna, Lillian Danielson, Secr'etary,' William Roby, .Robert Edwards, Mary Edwards, Elva McAllaster, Ashby Chally, john Danielson Thin! row: Carol Hatland, Bill Thompson, janet Bute, Hazel Meers, Marjorie Healey, Clifford Miller, Lois Hanselman, Paul Sherwood, Sally 'House, Jan Bengtson, Charles Rumley, Ronald Seibert, Professor Arthur Secord Second row: john Loshbough, Vice-Preridentg ,Ioan Reway, Clifford Ellison, Bonnie Leigh, Robert Palmer, Mary Lou Nicholls, Stewart Sandberg, Ioan Sandberg, Albert jackson, Ethel Peters, Donald Miles, Gene Franz, Beulah Green, Howard Bell Botlom rows Sheldon Howerter, Paul Carlson, William Selkirk, William Kellogg, Paul Hanselman, Austin Edmonson, jr., David Offner, Fred Harvey, Harry Vanderbilt, Trearurery Marilyn Clark, Freddie Giles The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation is the center serv- ing the cultural, social, and religious needs of the jewish students on the Illinois campus. It was founded on this campus a quarter of a century ago. 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 supplement to university and extra-curricular life. Students are encouraged to develop their own programs with the friendly counsel of the director and the staff. Through these democratic experiences, it is hoped that the students will achieve those capacities for responsible leader- ship which will enable them to serve their home commu- nities. The workshops and committees 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 Suppinars, Choral Group, Sports, Film Classic Series, Hillel Players, Sings, Stunt Shows, and Carnival. This year especially the Foundation is also proud of its newly redecorated and refurnished rooms. Top row: Arnie Lamm, Tfeafurefp Marv Levinson, Milt Josephs, Manny Present, Marty Ackerman Stan Schwartz Bon Marks Erwin Kohn Secand row: Claire Levin, Ruth Gordon, Nan Greenberg, Marcia Tannenbaurn, Evelynne Woloshin Aunt Viv Fran Levin Efram Levine Arthur Ellis Rabbi S E Saperstein Mrs Ruth Steinber Paul Rubinstein Baltorn raw: Ester,Slavic, Helene Wolf, Mimi Rothstein, Sally Shuman, Seema Kahn Annette Newman Bob Shreiber V1rePreJ1denl Marilyn Stern Debbie Koppel, Mickie France, Marilyn Sussman, Doris Silver, Beverly K olker , , , . ' ' Tuff ww: George K. Schweitzer, Glendall L. King, C. Lynn Coultas, Vice-Presidentg Alan Lindahl, Treasurer, Lee W. Jones, Presidentg William Cousins, Jr., Martin A. Rosinslci I , , Barlow row: Lila Elaine Holmes, Rose Marie Holmes, Secretary, Jean Managan, G. Avery Lee, Ellen Marie Strecker, Jean M. Riley, Patricia Jean Extcr Nur in panel: Dorothea Woods, Marilyn Heath, Betty Jean Reynolds, Maurice Lee Watkins Room Widiamd aellcuudfzip . . . ...sllacfenlife " Goan' Tap row: Benjamin Niman, Lee Jones, Robert Pittsley, James Carey, Treasurer Fourth row: XVarren Day, President: Henry Straus, Robert Trobaugh, Wfilliam Pape, Ellis Knox Third raw: Joseph Mutti, Carl Brink, Eugene Holford, Bruce Mosher, Elwood Hein Serum! row: William Oliver, Joanne Larson, Jean Wlitman, Lila Holmes, Estaline Ulmer, Merriam Anderson Bottom row: Gloria Davis. Marilyn Becknell, Verna Volz, Jane Curfman, Jane Foster, Johanna Kramer, Secretary V A N01 in gvfzazelii Henry Breul, Rosalie Lichtenstein, Patricia Champion, Keith Chambliss, Vice-President, Sarkis Mooradian, Delmar Ohren, Omar Siclebottom, Lois Smit A W I jk W3 7he Mddmq IL Colonel William A. Buckley . . . 7!Le Namq In 1862, the Morrill Land Grant Act came into effect. This law required that all land grant colleges provide courses in Mili- tary Science and Tactics, and that instruction be given under the direction of officers and enlisted men of the regular army. The officers are assigned this duty by the VV ar Department in concurrence with the President of the University. The senior officer, as academic head of the department, is Professor of Military Science and Tactics. In the military or- ganization, he is Commandant of Cadets. All other oHicers that are assigned hold appropriate subordinate academic and military positions on his staff. The senior officer in each unit is the Unit Director. Reserve officer training on a full postwar scale was resumed last year with the establishment of several new units. The corps now includes Infantry, Field Artillery, Armored Cavalry, Engi- neers, Signal Corps, Quartermaster Corps, Air Corps, and Trans- portation Corps. The objective of the program is to preserve and expand the Reserve Officer's Training Corps organization in anticipation of postwar Reserve officer requirements. The ROTC also teaches courtesy, respect for authority and the value of individual effort in mass accomplishment. It creates an interest in national affairs, and points out the duties and obliga- tions of citizenship. Regzzlm Staff Top 10141 Morris Shedd, john McGee, Richard Harding, Harry Buckley, William Phelps, George Power, john Oliver I Botfam ww beorge Helber, Williani Burke, Elwood Dempsey, Edward Meadows, Thomas Cooper, Rudolf Folts, George Barton, Fred Gerig Enlirfed SMH, T011 1'0u'.' Orrie Phillips, Robert Winkler', Harold Haugaard, Bnrford fliummelson, Everett McCord, George Swansen, Clarence Hodffe Semnd row: Karl Brown, Charles Rubart, Joseph Kasmeirski, Russell Meeker, Dominic Lee, Bernard-Dickerson, Howard Bagley, john Lynam Battam raw: Glenn Tiffany, Chester Myers, Robert Harrison, Frank johnson, Charles Hamilton, Ollie Reynolds, Prcchi The enlisted instructors of the ROTC Staff above the rank of Sergeant are all non-commissioned oflicers. They are men of Wide military experience and long service who are carefully chosen and especially trained for their task of instructing and drilling the cadets. These oflicers have met with much success, for the University RCTC has captured national honors. The first post-War Cadet Colonel, Paul Phinney, was ap- pointed for the academic year 1946-1947. A national oflicer in Phalanx and a member of Pershing Rides, Cadet Colonel Phinney maintained an excellent record during the period of his com- mand. An overseas veteran of World VVar ll, he considered it his duty to undergo additional training after completion of long and honorable military service. The present program is designed to have cadets, during their Hrst tvvo years of participation, take elementary or branch sub- jects, thereby deferring until their enrollment in the Advanced Course the study of tactics and technique characteristic of the branch of their selection. Honorably discharged servicemen may be credited with up to two years of elementary training for having previously served with the armed forces, and may be immediately enrolled in the specialized Advanced Course. The cadets seeking commissions in the Regular Army or the Reserve Army are now required to attend a summer camp for eight Weeks. The VVar Department appoints army camps throughout the country for specialized training during the summer. Paul B. Phinney, Retiring Cadet Colonel 407 X ,S isimg ,1 W WTA? 1 2, QQ? M iw! if W - 'zz Q Q , .gb 4... M fm RFK i ' 1+ .mm '9i?W9da.' 5 .Eu gk "1 f' 4 : fm--f::'-- ,f y .--J 'WG my : '1 ,- 32654 ' W was I V' A 26' -fe, W W i 3 , .1550 17 gig 'wwwkmagi 'fs , "lm Axiihf A xg? i ,X ,. My 3 A mg., 135, W . . 1? gf 9 .4111 1 w 1 V I f . f pf y, 4' .vw 4 L , REE-Y 213221 , ww.. Captain Phillip G. Stokes ...vamm The NROTC Unit at the University of Illinois was established on November 1, 1945, in conjunction with the Navy V-12 pro- gram. The V-12 program Was terminated on june 16, 1946, and the NROTC program began its first peacetime year with the opening of the fall semester in September, 1946. 'gRegular" students of the NROTC are selected annually as a result of a highly competitive series of examinations, mental, physical and personality. c'Contract" students of the NROTC are selected Within pre- scribed quotas, by the professors of Naval Science from among those students enrolled as freshmen at the University of Illinois. The essential difference in the two classes of students lies in the fact that the "regular" is highly subsidized, much in the same manner as are veterans enrolled in the University under the 'LG.I. Bill." "Contract" students are not subsidized except for a ration allowance during their junior and senior years. Navy Ofgunzzaizon .SME lop row: Luther Koons, Robert Hoffsetz, Paul Brurming, Donald Binns, john Leake, Edward Pearia, Vincent Paskus, Hubert Wfarcl Boltam vow james Gallo Edmund Newbould, Edward Foote, Phillip Stokes, Carter Jennings, Richard Parker The mission of th-e Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps is to provide by a permanent system of training and instruction in essential naval subjects at civil educational institutions, a source from which qualified officers 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: "It is by no means enough that an officer of the Navy should be a ca- pable mariner. I-Ie must be that, of course, but also a great more. I-Ie should be, as Well, a gentleman of liberal education, refined manner, punctilious courtesy, and the nicest sense of personal honorff The program, both for Nregularw and 'fcontractw students, is based upon studies in any field leading to a Baccalaureate degree that the student desires. Included in these studies are a mini- mum of twenty-four semester hours of Naval Science, plus summer training cruises. On the cruises, strict Naval routine with an abundance of special tactics keep the trainee occupied. These Naval Science courses are designed to teach basic work in essential naval subjects as a foundation for further studies and experience afloat, both as a midshipman and as a junior oHicer. 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That spring Phalanx participated in various activities including the crowning of the Mothers' Day Queen in Huff Gym. The purpose of Phalanx is to promote the in- terests of military training and to foster the spirit of fellowship among military men. To be eligible Duane Rowe, Adjutant john Harrington, Warden-Historian Lt. Col. john Oliver, Advisor for membership, one must be enrolled in either the advanced Army or Navy ROTC programs, and possess those attributes so necessary to a commis- sioned oH:icer. During his pledgeship, a "plebe" is required to obtain the signature of each unit direc- tor by answering questions of a military nature. These signatures are made into a book and pre- sented to the chapter before initiation. Annually a gold bar is awarded to the outstanding first year Elementary Course cadet in each unit at Armed Forces Day in May. 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' ' ' " ' f' ' ' Q"- Q . , W G ,ag ' ,V 2 X " n , 1 Q- W ' . -5 "" .-emsr., lf Qx f Z' K ,, f: hw K ' :Gif 8 1 ,J 1 aw Wwivwkifll mA1BQZa5,Qi,f6!sme1l!- ,sxswimuusasws fximxsixfa mas!!! :ww an 'seem amiga: ,mlsszggwuva Numan xemsnmsm mg" Mwsmmglsvaq-gum 1 WW' as ...W --- ' mm quxw "-' T---I T LE ICS 14QaZcZen The 1947-48 season at the University of Illinois climaxed what may well be called a real golden era of sport. In the dreamed-of post war season that had been so long awaited by coaches and fans alike for its return of so many great pre-war stars, Illinois again dominated the conference with its five champ- ionships and three narrow misses. And Illini fans took advantage of the return of so many of these former heroes to view some of the greatest strug- gles in history. New records became commonplace things and Illinois teams reached a point in their greatness when they didn't care to take second places - it was all or nothing. On New Year's Day of 1947, the Illinois football squad made that never forgotten 45-14 Rose Bowl victory. And from that time on, things went full blast for the Illini. The Illini track team was in- comparable. For the second straight year, they took the NCAA tournaments by a landslide while they annexed the Big Nine Indoor and Outdoor championships by record reaching totals. World records fell to the right and left as they scurried to their many victories. The Baseball Championship also went to the Illini. With a dazzling string of 22 victories against 6 losses, the Illini humbled collegiate, semi-pro, and even professional teams. Still another championship PiH'sburgl1 Despite the fact that Illinois won 14-0, Pitts- burgh's Panthers sunk their fangs of disappointment deep in Illini fans' Hanks just as they had done in the opener a year before. In ,46 Pitt lowered Illinois' prestige when all attempts of Buddy Young and his Rose Bowl cohorts fizzled out. Now, in 1947, again Pitt saddened Illini hopes. For three quarters the Illini fumbled, stumbled, and bumbled at such inappropriate times that dumb- founded fans stared disbelievingly at the line-up of ten lettermen from the Big Nine champs. Smashing Lou Levanti, 200-pound center, was the only new man present among oldtimers Captain Art Dufel- meier, Perry Moss, Paul Patterson, Russ Steger, and Dike Eddleman in the backfield and Sam Zatkoff, Bob Prymuski, Lou Agase, john Wrenn, Herb Siegert, Bob Cunz, and Ike Owens returned from 426 came to the Illini as the cross country squad sur- prised Wisconsin in a close battle. The Wrestlers won five straight dual meets and then took the wrestling crown to add a fifth trophy to the Illinois collection. Cn the gridiron, Illinois' defending champions finished in a third place tie after an up-and-down season. The Illini won 5, lost 3, and tied 1. They hit high points by routing potent Minnesota 40-13 and holding unbeaten Michigan to a 14-7 margin. Upset losses to Purdue and Northwestern marred what would otherwise have been an excellent season. Two of the nation's best collegiate netmen led the Illinois tennis team to nine wins in ten dual meets but they barely missed a repeat of their Big Nine crown by 12 points. Still another Illini ag- gregation who were just nosed out of a title were the fencers. The Gymnasts took the floor for the first time since before the war and almost toppled Minnesota from the championship. The only weak spots in an otherwise impregnable athletic strong- hold were the swimmers and golfers. Considering then, that the Illini won five firsts, and three seconds in the twelve intercollegiate sports in which they participated, who could contest the fact that this was a real golden em of sport? ,PW f?-To 'F fl, N 5' -5 i i 1 I the great defensive line of 1946. It was Dike Eddle- man who finally came through with the two scores that bagged the game and earned a starting berth for Eddleman thereafter. Captain Dufelmeier placed the Illini in a favor- able position when he intercepted a pass on Pitt's 46. Burt Schmidt carried the ball to the Panther 24 on a succession of brilliant charges. From that point Perry Moss whipped a short, flat pass to Eddleman who scurried between four defenders to score with Don Maechtle adding the seventh point. It appeared that Illinois would fail to score a few minutes later as they lost the ball on downs on the 3 yard line, but Dike Eddleman grabbed the result- ing punt from Pitt's 42 and began his second scor- ing run. Prymuski, Buscemi, Wrenn, and Cunz cleared a path so that he was untouched on the side- line until he smashed into two tacklers on the 3 yard line, his momentum carrying him over the goal, and again Maechtle came through to register the final score 14-0. Iowa The Illini bounced back from their almost hu- militating victory of the week before and severely trounced Iowa 35-12 with a brilliant passing attack. Perry Moss on the throwing end and Sam Zatkoff generally on the receiving side had a great day. Moss completed 11 of the 16 pass attempts for more than one hundred yards in addition to cleverly mix- ing his passes with running plays. Zatkoff not only caught four passes but recovered a fumble, blocked a punt which put Illinois in scoring position, tackled a touchdown bound runner from the rear, and played an outstanding defensive game. jocko Wrenn started the Illini dash to victory after eight minutes had ensued. I-Ie pounced upon an Iowa fumble on their 18 yard line. Eddleman, Dufelmeier and Steger punched through the line to place the ball on the one yard line and Steger ripped through the Hawkeye defenders for the score. In the past, Sam Zatkoff decided every punt could be blocked. I-Ie proved it for the fourth time in this game. Diving headlong over an Iowa blocker, he was able to knock the ball backwards for Illinois possession and an 11 yard gain. Moss then rewarded Zatkoff with two straight passes which the right end carried for 19 more very handy yards. An eleven yard pass to Ike Owens, a line buck by Rippin' Ruck Steger, and then Dike Eddle- man's touchdown carry over left tackle polished off the attack, leaving the score 14-0 for the first quar- ICI. In the second period, Chick Maggioli made a 25 yard punt return which started the third scoring drive. A gain of 38 yards ensued and was topped off with Perry Moss sneaking over the last yard for the score. One of the most amazing oddities occur- ring this season took place in the third quarter when the Illini advanced a full 112 yards to score. Illinois had advanced forty yards when Eddleman had fumbled on the Iowa 24. An Iowa guard caught the ball in mid-air and started for the Illini goal. As he reached Illinois' 28 yard line with a sure touch- down in sight, he slowed to allow a blocker to catch up and Dufelmeier hit him from the rear so hard the Iowa man fumbled the ball to Steger whereupon the Illini resumed their goalward, drive. Steger finally scored on a 33 yard screen pass in order to climax the 112 yard advance in consecutive plays. Bernie Krueger was on the alert in the fourth stanza and snared an Iowa pass. I-Ie returned his interception 30 yards and Chick Maggioli took the final 7 yards to end the Illini scoring. Don Maechtle converted his seventh conversion of the game to end it all, 35-12. Army Reflections of an old grudge fight between the Illini and Army plus the fact that here was a chance to knock the academy's thirty game winning streak into the record books put nation-wide interest on the Yankee stadium battle in which Illinois Hnally had to settle for a 0-0 tie. The grudge stemmed over the question as to which team had been more fitted for the Bowl bid in 1946. CThe thirty game win- ning streak was compiled with the great Blanchard- Davis wartime ruling combinationj The game saw an Illini team gamble at every odd in order to score while the Cadet eleven dogged their every effort. The Illini tried 20 passes and completed 10 while Army quite willingly played it very safe with only 4 passing attempts - none suc- cessful. Army approached the Illini 20 but once to muster its only offensive threat of the entire game. The foxy Cadet squad used quick kicks to a decided advantage. On the other hand, Illinois repeatedly threatened the Black Knights. Shortly before the half, the Illini advanced 67 yards to reach the Army 7 yard line. With only nine seconds remaining, Don Maechtle who had yet to miss a kick came in to attempt a field goal. The snap-back from Center missed its mark and by the time Gallagher had the ball in its correct position, Maechtle was too hurried to make the goal successful. Dike Eddleman made a thirty yard reverse to the Army 17 which was called back in the third quarter as Illinois continued to master the game. Later in the quarter, Perry Moss through two passes into Zatkoff's arms to put the ball on the 34. Then he tossed the ball to Eddleman who took it 20 yards down the field to the Army 14 but Eddleman fumbled the ball and Army recovered on their 12. 427 All-around, it was a superb game for the Illini and although they failed to make their scoring chances pay-off, they were undisputed masters -in yards gained, in Hrst downs, and their attempt to make a game of it - and Army was glad to settle for a tie. hdinnesofa October 18 is a day which 56,000 fans will never forget! On that day they saw the Illini rise to the greatest heights of the season. Although outgained on the ground, Illinois took to the aerial waves, and capitalized on every slight break to perplex a great Golden Gopher eleven, 40-13. Minnesota had a tremendously pushing ground attack with which they outmoved Illinois 142 yards to 14 in the first half. Yet, the Illini line was stub- born and halted the Gopher attack when it had to be halted. The backfield, as determined as the line, tossed passes, ran bewilderingly, and took such constant control of the ball that Illinois was on top 20-7 at half time. Passing Perry Moss, who completed each of his seven pass attempts, had his greatest fun in the first quarter, throwing passes which accounted for both of the touchdowns. I-Iis first followed an end run by Captain Art Dufelmeier which gained 21 yards. Moss first hit Ruck Steger for a screen pass that carried 15 yards and then pegged another one to Dike Eddleman who stepped over the goal line. Somewhat later in the Hrst quarter, Moss tossed a long 35 yard pass down to Dufelmeier on the Gopher 27 who ran the ball on over for the second demoralizing touchdown. The Illini score in the next quarter was one of the most deceptive seen all season. Dike Eddleman caught a punt on his 11 yard line and criss-crossed the field passing in front of Captain Dufelmeier. The fans' eyes, the Illinois blockers, and all the Minnesota tacklers took off for Dufelmeier who cleverly concealed the fact that Eddleman was madly galloping the 89 yards for the third touch- down putting Illinois in a 20-7 halftime lead. Minnesota was angered and marched 77 yards to a touchdown as soon as they could get their hands on the ball. Not to be outdone on the ground in this way, Illinois came right back with two very long drives of 83 and 82 yards just to show their win was no liuke. Murney Lazier was the main- spring in the 83 yard drive which Art Dufelmeier Hnally took over for the fifth touchdown. jack Pierce and Paul Patterson carried the mail in the final drive with the latter going over after Chick Maggioli had passed 19 yards to jim Valek. 428 Maechtle missed his first conversion in twelve at- tempts when one bounced back from the metal up- right. At last the gun barked an end to the mem- orable 40-13 victory. Purdue Purdue's Boilermakers, capitalizing on both of the two chances they had to score, upset favored Illi- nois 14-7, and knocked the Illini from the tie they were looking forward to settling one week hence with Michigan. Although Illinois had 17 first downs to Purdue's 6, and did not once allow the Riveter backfield to move the ball across the 50 yard stripe, they failed to cash in on the more im- portant scoring points. Illinois' ball playing was far from its usual form as Purdue took advantage of their underated status to smartly sting the over- looking Illini. Twelve minutes of see-saw football found the Illini with their backs to the wall on their 7. Eddle- man punted out to the Purdue 39 and Purdue passer Bob DeMoss rifled the first of his two fatal passes up to Illinois 18. Nothing the Illinois line had that day could stop the homecoming inspirations of the Purdue backs and three plays later they went over for the score. Illinois was behind -the first time in 1947. In the next' quarter, Illini backs fought their way down to the Purdue 7 but finally lost the ball on downs. Purdue took over and kept Illinois from looking fierce until the closing seconds of the half. With Illinois' ball on the Boilermaker 24, Perry Moss faded far back waiting for a man to hit the clear, then let fly with a beautiful spiral which Chick Maggioli took in over his shoulder as he crossed the goal. Maechtle tied the game 7-7 leav- ing the fans agog for the halftime ceremonies. Illinois found themselves back on their 2 again the next quarter and were forced to kick as they had done in the disastrous first quarter. DeMoss passed from his 36 this time and his receiver made it to the 6. From there, DeMoss called another pass play and jumping into the air, tossed one into the end zone for the touchdown which made the score 14-7. In the Hnal quarter, the Illini were determined to at least make a tie out of it. Their running plays rarely clicking, they managed at last to roll through the determined Purdue line down to the Boiler- maker's 19. There Ruck Steger fumbled and Purdue recovered to kill their last chance. Again it was the old Indiana jinx-neither the Whiz Kids nor the Big Nine champs had been able to get a win in either LaFayette or Bloomington during 1946- which halted the Illini's ten game winning streak. Michigan With a Rose Bowl bid and a Big Nine champion- ship in the ofling, Michigan's Wolverines faced 71,119 derisive Homecoming fans in Memorial Sta- dium for the hardest fought battle in the nation. This game brought together the two most power- ful exponents of the T and single wing offenses and was viewed by the nation's foremost football mentors. Michigan emerged on the long end of a 14-7 victory which echoed its tales of Michigan's great attack across the nationis sports pages. Some- what slighted was the valiant battle which the Fighting Illini carried on. Could the Illini have mustered their Sunday punch in crucial points, it was the kind of game which could have ended dif- ferently. But even the harsh criticism of Home- comers recognized the power, which later won the Rose Bowl 49-0, as it was displayed before them that November afternoon. Illinois missed the Hrst of their five good chances to score when Tom Stewart intercepted a pass on Michigan's 45 and raced it for 17 yards. On the third down, however, Ruck Steger fumbled and a subsequent Michigan recovery stopped the frighten- ing Illini onslaught. Bumps Elliott intercepted a pass on the 8 yard line which stopped another Illini hopeful. Again the Illini came fighting back. Ruck Steger smashed through tackle and found himself in the open where he gained 53 yards setting the pigskin on Mich- igan's 15. The ball was worked on down to the 1 yard line where Steger finished his beautiful job to knot the score at 7-7. Bothersome Elliott was not going to see his first touchdown swallowed up, so just for good measure, he took a VVolverine pass from All-American Bob Chappius to go 5 2 yards down the field. On the next play, a 150-pound Michigan Speedster took the ball for 10 yards and Michigan had won the game in the first half, 14-7. It was Michigan's ninth straight game won since the Illini last beat them out of a similar champion- ship and Bowl bid the year before. Spectators and sportswriters hailed the game as None of the best ever seen" and it was the closest battle which the Wolverine champions participated in all season. Wesfern Michigan Western Michigan's Bronchos were so beseiged with touchdowns from Captain Art Dufelmeier's 60 yard romp in the opening play until jack Pierce ran 70 yards in the final eight seconds that the Broncs had no buck left in them and simply blew on their cold hands in relief to find it all over, 60-14. Coach Ray Eliot was able to keep his bench warm as he used 38 players to roll up the third highest total score in Illinois history. After Dufelmeier had brought the half-frozen 24,000 spectators to their feet on the first play with his 60 yard touchdown run, the Illini again grabbed the ball and pushed 61 yards with Dike Eddleman carrying it over for the second score. A few min- utes later in the same quarter, Dike Eddleman turned in the longest touchdown run of the day as he galloped 92 yards down the sideline on a punt return. This placed Illinois in a 20-0 lead at the end of the Hrst quarter. Early in the next stanza, a Western Michigan punt rolled to a most extraordinary halt just astride Illinois' goal line. Following Eddleman's punt from this phenomena, the Broncos mustered their first touchdown. Chick Maggioli started the Illini offen- sive as Paul Patterson carried it over to end the halftime 27-7. Burt Schmidt carried the next ball up to scoring position as Denny Bassett started the scoring in the final quarter. Tom Gallagher outguessed the Broncs on the next punch and scooped one of their passes into his arms. Repeated smashes set the ball on the 18 and then Eddie Bray, 1942 great, went the re- mainder to make the score 54-7. Trackman jack Pierce warmed up with a 70 yard scoring run in the final seconds to leave the Illini on top of the heavy 60-14 score. Ohio Sfafe Illinois turned in one of its smoother perform- ances as they mired Ohio State 28-7 before the rain- swept Ohio I-Iomecoming crowd of 70.000, De- spite the rain, the mud, and the slippery footing the Illini creditably passed and ran for four touch- downs. The Illini pulled one from their bag of crafty tricks to bewilder the Bucks in the second quarter. It was fourth down on the 4 yard line when Eliot sent in Don Maechtle, his extra point specialist. Tom Gallagher instead of holding the ball for the fieldgoal which everyone thought was coming, jumped into the air and tossed a perfect pass to Chick Maggioli in the end zone for the second touchdown. After neither team scored in the third quarter, Illinois put the clincher on early in the fourth. A 429 5 9 yard march ran out of downs on the 1 foot line. Ohio punted out and Illinois started again on their 40. Perry Moss, hitting his passes even with a wet ball, faded back to throw an intended screen pass, but his receiver was not in the clear. Dodging would-be Buckeye tacklers, Moss kept his eye open and sighted Maggioli far downfield. In the last second he unleashed a beauty which Maggioli leaped above Buckeye protector's arm to catch in the end zone. With but two minutes left to play, the Hnal touchdown arrived. Sam Zatkoff intercepted an Ohio pass on their 33. Paul Patterson took the ball on a double reverse and skirted his left end for the fourth touchdown. Maechtle booted his fourth extra point of the afternoon to make the final 28-7 score. Nor+hwes+ern Northwestern refused to play the part of sure victims of the Fighting Illini and rose impressively out of the Big Nine cellar to whack Illinois from its second place position 28-13. The Dad's Day crowd witnessed a championship calibre Illinois team apparently lose interest in being second best and fall before the hard-fighting Wildcat eleven in the season's Hnale. No warning of the upset was contained early in the game. Ike Owens recovered a fumble on the Wildcat 35 but three of Moss' passes fell incomplete and Eddleman punted. The next time the Illini got hold of the ball, Ruck Steger helped march the ball 63 yards to the 2 yard line and then Steger dived across for a comparatively simple-looking touch- down. Northwestern roared right back into the scrap and despite a severe injury to Art Murakowski, was able to score a touchdown in the opening minutes of the second quarter, thereby making it 7-6 North- western's favor. The Illinois seconds, Paul Patterson and Chick Maggioli, alternated the ball for a 48 yard march in the middle of the same quarter. Patter- son went through the Northwestern team for a 25 yard touchdown run to finish the drive. Maechtle kicked his 24th extra point of the season to put Illinois in a 13-7 lead. The Illini had punched three successive first downs and looked touchdown-bound again in the second stanza when an intended flat-pass to Paul Patterson was intercepted, the Northwestern re- ceiver easily going for a touchdown. North- western's try for the point was good and they took over a 14-13 lead at halftime. 430 XVith the help of a holding penalty, Northwestern went the 2 yards needed for their third touchdown early in the fourth quarter. Northwestern was right back hammering for another touchdown two minutes later. On NW's fourth down, however, Joe Buscemi recovered a fumble on the Illini 7. Moss passed to Kersulis successfully on the 15 yard line but a resulting fumble allowed Northwestern another touchdown and a ride out of the cellar with a 28-13 victory. Eadedall . . . Coach Wallie Roettger sent his 1947 baseball team all the way as they finished as Big Nine Champions with a dazzling string of 22 victories out of 28 games played against collegiate, semi- pro, and even professional squads. Roettger attrib- uted part of his fourth championship to his south- paw pitcher Marv Rotblatt, who pitched ten suc- cessive victories and tied the conference record with his six wins there. But still more of that champion- ship could be found in the line, all-around play of Captain Lee Eilbracht, 1946 batting champ, Andy Philip, Bob Anderlik, Bob Wakefield, and, in fact, the whole Illini team, which so often humbled its opposition. Ohio State, with designs on the Big Nine crown, took the opener of their series for Illinois' first loss 6-0, but the Illini wreaked a 9-1 avenging on the Buckeyes in the second game. Two straight wins over Michigan with a split in the Northwestern series kept the Illini right in the thick of the con- ference race. Faced with the necessity for two wins I . -1-ag' . A over Minnesota, the Illini accomplished just that and took over the Big Nine reins. It was a wild pitch which allowed Bob Anderlik to cross home plate for the winning 2-1 tally in that memorable first game, but in the nightcap the Illini slugged out eighteen hits for fourteen runs. Marv Rotblatt pitched his best and most im- portant game of the season against Purdue, and the Illini clinched the Big Nine title on a 6-0 shutout. Rotblatt, tying the Big Nine six-win record, al- lowed but three hits. Already celebrating their championship, the Illini bowed 5-4 in the second game. Illinois won 9 of 10 warm-up games scheduled to prepare them for the NCAA playoffs, a college world series. One bright spot of these warm-ups with the pros and semi-pros was johnny Brittin's no-hitter in which he was backed by Ruck Steger's driving in of five runs. In still another, Andy Philip connected for the winning homer as Rot- blatt achieved a narrow victory in a one-hit scramble with the Detroit Senators. Andy con- nected for another homer against Peoria's Cater- pillars while George Fischer walloped a four bagger which helped to lick the Globe Trotters. Captain Lee Eilbracht headed the homer which perplexed Detroit again as he sent Andy Philip over for a 4-3 victory. So you can see that Coach VVallie Roettger and Captain Eilbracht didn't have too dull a time in their monotonous wins after all. All warmed up, the Illini settled down in New York to play NYU in the first game of the little series. After four and one-half scoreless innings, rain caused all-pitcher Marv Rotblatt's efforts to be washed away. Johnny Brittin took the mound the next day and held all but two fateful NYU men from scoring, but these two were enough to send the Illini Champaign-bound. Bob Anderlik scored the sole Illini run off a smashing liner by Ruck Steger. Captain Lee Eilbracht again led the Illini batters with his .357 average. Marv Rotblatt won the league pitching crown on his remarkable string of victories to make 1947 a great season - one which the fans at Illinois Field will long remember for its many thrills, and most of all, for its Big Nine Championship. Hartley Price put his 1947 Illinois Gymnasts on display for the first time since before the war and almost toppled experienced Minnesota in the Big Nine meet. Price, a developer of NCAA champ- ions three times here, quickly whipped his young team of Captain Vito Zinzi, Walt O'I-Ieron, Joe Fina, Pete I-Iarrington, Ray Linder, Don Von Eb- ers, and others into such good form that they were able to top Nebraska, Colorado State, and Chicago against a sole dual loss to Minnesota. Late in the season, the Illini had improved to such an extent that they were able to make a real show of it with Minnesota in the Big Nine Championships. Minne- sota eked out their championship win by a 92 to 862 score over the Illini who finished ahead of Indiana's 27 points for second place. Racking up the points were Vito Zinzi, conference side horse winner, Walt O'I-Ieron, long horse champion, and joe Fina, who ranked second in all-around compe- tition. In other contests, the Illini placed second in the CAAU events at Chicago, and second in the Northwest championships while twice meeting de- feat by their Olympic training varsity brothers. The successful 1947 season pointed toward greater heights in 1948 when Coach Price hopes to regain Illinois, regaled reputation. Illinois ....... 5 3 Alumni . . . .... . . 75 Illinois ....... 662 Nebraska . . . .... 592 Illinois ....... 682 Colorado State . . 57 2 Illinois ....... . 48 2 Minnesota ...... 77 2 Illinois ....... 58 Alumni . . . . . . . . . 69 Illinois ....... 642 Chicago . . . ..... 612 Big Nine Championship - Second With four lettermen on the roster for the Golf season, Art Wyatt, Dick Turnbow, Wayne Ring, and Captain Lloyd Brown, Coach Ralph Fletcher began the 1947 Golf Season. The Illini had rough going in early season's play and lost to North- western by a one-point margin. They also took third in a Quadrangular meet with Ohio State, Pur- due, and Indiana. Although the first place Mich- igan squad defeated the Illini handily, the golfers went on swinging hard and accurately to defeat strong teams from Purdue and Indiana on successive weekends. After showing a spark of success at the end of the season, the Illini took fifth place in the Conference meet at Purdue and ended the season with a record of four losses and three wins. Illinois ........ 1 7 Northwestern 1 8 Illinois .... . . 2 Ohio State ...... 25 Illinois ........ 62 Purdue . . . 202 Illinois ....... 142 Indiana . . . 12 2 Illinois .... . . 8 2 Michigan . . . .... 272 Illinois ........ 21 Purdue . . . 15 Illinois ....... 15 2 Indiana . . . 11 2 431 eaadd. eaunlay . . . The Illinois Cross Country team leaped from comparative obscurity to win the Big Nine Champ- ionship after a brief and successful season. The team was composed of Bob Downs, Walt Krakow, and Vic and john Twomey. john was the outstanding member of the team and led the harriers from their early dual meet victories on to their championship. Illinois' only downfall in an otherwise great season was in a triangular meet at Wisconsin where they could only manage a fifth, eighth, and a tenth place. Without a doubt, the harriers were one of the finest cross country teams that Illinois has pro- duced. Illinois .... ... 36 Purdue... . .... 21 Illinois .... .... 3 1 Indiana . . ..... . . 26 Illinois .......... 2nd Triangular Big Nine Champions Disaster struck the Illini in swimming. Captain John Haulenbeek, one of the country's Hnest sprint swimmers, was ruled ineligible, and with him went Illini aquatic chances. Although Coach Ed Man- ley's thirty-sixth season as head coach of swimming failed to produce a victory, the prospects for the coming season showed great promise, especially Bill Baugher and Bob Gerometta. The best showing of the season was a 42-42 tie with Indiana University. 7enni4 . . . Captain Roger Downs and Ben Migdow led the Illinois tennis team to nine wins in ten dual meets and a very successful 1947 season. The Illini were handed their first dual loss in two years by Cin- cinnati while Northwestern edged Illinois from the championship by a narrow 12 point margin. Otherwise, the opposition was less forceful and the Illini netters were able to shut out both Purdue and Ohio State in 9-0 victories and took championship Northwestern in stride 6-3. Captain Downs and Migdow upheld the reputa- tion of being two of the nation's best collegiate netmen with their sometimes grueling victories. 432 Against Kalmazoo, one of the bitterest of these feuds ensued as the doubles combination of Migdow and Downs fought for 2 M hours before overpower- ingly taking a 4-6, 6-3, 9-7 match. In the Big Nine finals, Downs lost out to a previous easy victory in the singles but teamed with Migdow to take the doubles crown while Migdow also took the No. 2 singles title. The Illini second and third doubles teams also took titles in their divisions. Fred Steers, Mel Randoll, Dave Brown, and joe VVeiss were members of the winning doubles teams, while Downs, Steers, Randoll, and Charles Schunk placed second in their singles divisions for Illinois to close a very successful season which showed even greater promise for 1948. Illinois .......... 6 Beloit ........ . . 2 Illinois .... . . . 5 Kalamazoo ...... . . 4 Illinois .... . . . 6 Western Michigan . 3 Illinois .... . 5 Wisconsin . . . . . . . . 1 Illinois .... . . . 9 Purdue . . . . . . 0 Illinois .... . . . 4 Cincinnati . . . . . 5 Illinois .... . . . 9 Ohio State . . . . . . 0 Illinois .... . . . 5 Michigan ....... . . 4 Illinois .... . . . 5 Michigan State . . . . 4 Illinois .......... 6 Northwestern . . . . . 3 Big Nine Championships - Second e o o Q 4 ' Fencing returned to conference competition with zest and spirit under the able tutelage of Max Gar- rett. Although fencing had been absent from the sports calendar since 1943, the fencing team made a strong bid for the Conference title and lost by the bare margin of one-half point- C10-9MB to a strong Northwestern team. Illinois defeated Law- rence Tech, Michigan State, Northwestern, and Ohio State, and lost to Wayne University, Wiscon- sin, and Chicago for a 4-3 record. In the NCAA Meet, Illinois came out sixth against the best com- petition in the country, and gained valuable experi- ence for the fine prospective year anticipated in 1948. Warren Sullivan, who started the season as manager, proved top Illini in the Big Nine by win- ning the saber crown. Bill Abraham, Captain-elect for 1948, finished second in foil, and Rolland Puc- cetti, second in Saber. John Blazich, in foil, was the only Illini to reach the finals of the NCAA tourney. The other members of the varsity squad, Bob Scanlan and Louis Stuebe, turned in some very fine performances during the season. Illinois Lawrence Tech .. . Illinois Michigan State .... Illinois Wisconsin . . . . . . . . Illinois ..... . . . 9 Chicago . . . . . . . . . . Illinois Northwestern . . . . . Illinois OhioState... Big Nine Championship -- Second Illinois' Wrestlers again dominated the Big Nine this year. They won five dual meets from confer- ence schools, then posted their second straight league title. Dave Shapiro and Lou Kachiroubas won individual crowns, with joe Garcia, Ken Mar- lin, and Captain Norm Anthonisen getting seconds. Outside the circuit, the Illini beat Illinois Normal, tied Iowa State Teachers, and lost to Cornell Col- lege and Michigan State, for a season mark of 6 wins, 2 losses, 1 tie. Shapiro stretched a collegiate winning streak to 27 matches before injured ribs cost him a 7-6 decision and his Hrst college mat loss in the NCAA meet in Huff gym. Kachiroubas represented the Illini in the AAU meet at San Francisco in April and won the 128- pound wrestling championship to add to his Big Nine crown at this weight. The Illini scored 36 points in the Big Nine con- ference mat championship at Northwestern, to mark up a modern scoring record. This was the fifth Big Nine conference title to be won under Coach I-Iek Kenney. Illinois Illinois ..... . . . Illinois Illinois Normal ..... Cornell... .... Iowa State Teachers Illinois Indiana . . . .... . . . . Illi11OiS Michigan State .... Illinois Michigan . ...... . . 'Illinois Purdue . . . . . . 'Illinois Illinois Iowa...... Ohio State... .. Big Nine Champions 7fmck... With a sensationalism never before seen in col- legiate competition, the Illinois Track Squad of 1947 not only continued their domination of the national track competition but added to that sen- sationalism with their new American and World records, with their two Big Nine Championships, and also with their run-away victory of the NCAA Tournament. It is not often that the world produces a human being with the power to run like Herb McKenley. Yet McKenley was not without friends on the squad. There was the Illini captain, Bob Rehberg, whose ability in the longer races was super-ordin- ary. Or there was the Olympic-contending pole vaulter, Bobby Richards, who was disappointed in only a fourteen foot vault. Nor who would count the conference record-breaker, Dike Eddleman, out of his high-jumping laurels, or, for that matter, other Big Nine champs such as Bill Mathis, john Twomey, or George Walker. Those are the kind of runners you can't count out of anything - the kind that on any ordinary track team would have been lionized to the extreme. Yet, here at Illinois they fitted into a group, and formed one of the most powerful and most potent track teams the world will ever see. In surprising form for its first dual meet, Illinois with the help of Minnesota, rewrote eleven Armory records in setting its 74-30 victory over the Gophers. Bobby Richards, who had already cap- tured the Millrose Games with his 14 foot vault, won handily. Norm Wasser stretched the shot-put record to over 5 3 feet while john Twomey cracked a seventeen year old record in whirling about the indoor two mile in 9: 16.2. Even sabotage couldn't slow down I-Ierb Mc- Kenley in the Central AAU meets as he set a new world record of 30.3 for the 300 yard run despite the pilfering of his specially-made alligator leather track shoes. Another American record fell behind the great McKenley as he set a new Indoor 47.9 quarter in the Illinois Tech Relays, and then went on to team with Walker, Vranek, and Rehberg to win the mile relay. With the distance medley combination of Clar- ence Dunn, McKenley, Rehberg, and Twomey set- ting a new world's record, Illinois snatched the Purdue Relays title away from Michigan. Led by the championships of Bob Rehberg, Dike Eddle- man, McKenley, Richards, and George Walker, the Illini counted the second highest total in con- ference history in annexing the Indoor Big Nine Championships. All in all, it was the best indoor season for any Illinois track team since Leo johnson first took over in 1935. Herb McKenley twice lowered the world's indoor 440 mark and also set a new 300 433 ff iff X J yard record. Norm Wasser raised the Illinois shot- put record by nearly five feet. john Twomey set a new Illinois record in the two mile and even bettered that mark in a non-counting second place. Bobby Richards set a new 14 foot vaulting mark and Dike Eddleman raised the high-jump records to 6' 7 M," while Captain Rehberg ran a 2: 13.2 victory in the 1,000 yard run. The Illini had only a few opportunities to strut their wares when they went outdoors. In dual meets with Augustana and Marquette, they either raced their "B" squad members or did not count the points of their stars. The Illini were thwarted in their attempt to make a clean sweep of the Penn Relays and thereby defeat the cream of the Eastern crop by one Eastern speedster, Reggie Pearman, NYU great, who took advantage of a McKenley fall on the cinders to overtake him at the tape, and who slipped around Bob Rehberg in the sprint medley to similarly nip him at the finish. VVhat was to have been the track battle of the century did not materialize as the Illini fainted away in the Southern California 96 degree heat to take their first dual loss in two years. Before the guns of the Illini attack succumbed completely, they managed a few scattered firsts but the rest of the Illini fell behind to what Leo johnson acknowl- edged as a very great Southern Cal aggregation. Winning for the Illini were McKenley, Eddleman, Don Leuthold, Richards, and Bob Rehberg who surprisingly set a new record 4: 15.2 mile. Illinois again routed their Big Nine rivals to take the Outdoor Championships. VVith McKenley win- ing two, and sole victories by Mathis, Twomey, Eddleman, Richards, and the mile relay team, it is not surprising to see how the enormous total of 692 points was accumulated. Illinois, Captain, Bob Rehberg, saved the mile relay team from dis- aster by outstretching Ohiols Porter by a single yard at the tape. 434 Racing down his last collegiate 440, Herb Mc- Kenley fittingly tied his old world's mark of 46.2 and also won the 220 yard dash to lead the Illini in a sweep of the NCAA's. Herb, who could count his few defeats on the fingers of one hand and would need an adding machine to total his wins, was termed by his coach, Leo johnson, as 'fone of the greatest stars in world history," a statement which we think is modest in looking over the record books. Thus fittingly ended the dynasty of the Illinois track team in 1947, and with it passes one of the greatest galaxy of stars ever assembled under the colors of one university. Herb McKenley should remain as traditionally Illini as Red Grange and the Whiz Kids, but right up there beside him in their greatness was everyone else who was a member of that great bunch of national champions in 1947. Eadkelialf. . . A greater bunch of scrappers than the 1947-48' edition of the Illinois basketball squad has seldom, been seen. Starting the season with seemingly two strikes on them - the loss of the Wfhiz Kids and a. new coach - the Illini hit great heights and wound up in a third place tie for conference honors. The Illini quintet this year was a greatly dihferent one than that of the year before. They had speeded up their game by less ball-handling, and they fired shots at random from anywhere on the court. In fact, they led the conference in total shots taken as well as total points scored. Harry Combes could. never rest with any one starting combination as he. had a seemingly endless number of players with equal ability. It was more a matter of finding out who was 4'hot" or who could best play the type ball demanded by the opposition than it was anything' else which determined the lineups. Coach Harry Combes, starting his first year as' coach at his alma mater, should have been the jittery one in the Coe College opener, but instead it was the seasoned basketeers who took the part. The- Illini were slow to find the range, passed wildly, and fouled needlessly in a rather awkward looking 67-27 victory. Notre Dame, the Illini's next opponent, was hailed as the pre-season national champions, but all that talk didnft stop jack Burmaster and his boys from sending the Irish home with a 40-38 loss. Over the Christmas holidays, the Illini journeyed Eastward to take Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania in stride with 70-33 and 70-44 lickings. The Illini next faced Wasliington State who had a highly rated streak of nine wins in front of them but who weak- ened to the Illinois attack 71-35 and 59-42 in a second attack. These upsets that Illinois seemed to be pulling repeatedly made sportswriters wonder where I-Iarry Combes was keeping his Aladdin's Lamp hidden and if he wasn't somehow miraculously cooking up another amazing success. At any rate, the charm seemed to hold out as Harvard fell to both a mighty Illinois 77-41 victory and snowstorm which delayed their arrival in Huff Gym by two hours. From here on though, things were going to become much tougher as the Illini had but one breather in 11 con- ference games in the next few weeks. VVisconsin sunk a stinger in the Illinois ego as they took the initial contest by nearly the same score as they did to win last season's championship, 52-47. Captain jack Burmaster held speedy Bob Cook to two baskets before he fouled out, and then Cook went like a pin-ball machine to score 20 points. VVith a tall lad controlling the rebounds, and an extremely tight defense, VVisconsin took advantage of Illinois, ineffective long shots to keep control in their own hands. Burmaster continued his stellar guarding abilities and added 14 points while leading his team'to a 5 Z-47 win over Northwestern. "Burr" accomplished the commendable task of holding the VVildcat for- ward, Bill Sticklin, to two baskets in twenty-one shots in the otherwise uninspiring game. After leading comfortably from the first minutes of play, Illinois staved off all late efforts of Ohio Statels Buckeyes to defeat them 61-58. IV ally Osterkorn bucked his way through for 17 points and a terrific game at center. just a week later Illinois did everything but stand on each other's shoulders in an effort to stop Minnesota's giant 6' 10" center, jim McIntyre, from dropping his 27 points down through the hoops as he led the Gophers to their 59-51 victory. It was an even battle most of the way with the Illini often out in front but from a tie with four minutes to go, Minnesota stretched their lead on out to the Enal score. Nowhere but in the topsy-turvy Big Nine basket- ball of 1947 could battles with greater thrills be found. The best illustration of this was the Indiana game in which the Illini literally "blew the roofn right out of I-Iuff Gym. Behind 41-30 with just seven minutes to play in one of the dullest games ever witnessed, the Illini came through in story- book fashion with Van Anderson hitting the basket which made a 46-45 Illini win in the Hnal five seconds. So much noise and chaos gripped the 6,000 in attendance that the referees still are not sure in their own minds as to whether the final gun had sounded before a foul was called on Illinois which might have put the game into an overtime. The basketball exhibited that evening was of the poorest caliber of the season with Illinois making only eighteen out of 100 shots at the goals, but who could ever forget such a game! Revenge was certainly sweet as the Illini bettered the hapless Badgers 57-36 in a certain comeback from the sloppy ball played against Indiana. Get- ting the advantage of a home crowd's influence on the referees, Bobby Cook was held to 12 points as Dike Eddleman did other fine ,things besides scoring 16 tallies in the win. Undoubtedly the hottest team to face the Illini on the home fioor was Michigan on the night that they captured their 66-57 victory. VVhile working with precision-like team work, the Vfolverines seemed to be hitting nearly every shot they took for a remarkable .380 average while their guards held all the Illini but Dike Eddleman in complete check. Nothing could stop Dike as he banged away from the center floor for 26 points with his famous 'fkiss shotw among his repertoire. The VVolverines liil jii , . W1 Vi 'ilk , 724745 ' X 2 N ' rv. -- f 'ju '. 1 1 fa- fi 'gf . i- fi , , ,, . , .,ff,ii'2 'Z 'bit . 5. later went on to become the conference champ- ions. Dike Eddleman carried Illinois' scoring burden for the second straight game as he again bagged 26, but Iowa's Murray Vfier was too hot to handle as he racked up 36 points, while the whole Iowa team hit a .394 average. It is doubtful if any team could beat that kind of shooting, but the Illini couldn't match it for sure and lost a close 70-61 contest. 435 In an amazing display of marksmanship, the Illini battered the baskets as they ripped out a record- smashing 98-54 victory over Purdue. The Illini set both a new total scoring record of 152 points for the Big Nine books and for Huff Gym. It was also a new single game high for the Illini as they wiped off the old Whiz Kid 92-25 finale against Chicago in 1943. Said Purdue's coach, "They could have beaten any team that night" and few doubt that the feverish .553 shooting in the second half couldn't top just about anything in the United States. Eddle- man was noticeable in that he was the sole Illini who for a change could not find the range. XValt Kersulis and Bill Erickson came across with sixteen points apiece and jim Marks hit fourteen to pace the Illinois scorers. Indiana proved to be a real thriller for the second time as Illinois wound up their conference play at Bloomington in the second one-point victory scored over the Hoosiers in the same season of play. Dike Eddleman with 20 points led the 52-51 scrape but was helped by nine important points scored by Bill Erickson who played only in the second half. Fred Green also came through with some very valu- able tip-ins just when they were most needed. The Indiana victory put the Illini in a third place tie with Wisconsin as Michigan just beat Iowa out of the winning position. Illinois won 15 while losing five and had a 7-5 conference record for the season. The only two members of the squad to graduate were Captain Jack Burmaster and guard Stan Fronczak. Dike Eddleman, captain-elect, and coach Harry Combes, although well-pleased with the results of this season, looked forward to a pos- sible championship in 1948. lntramural Champions Spring Semester, 1947: Water Polo ............ Volleyball . . . . . . Basketball .... Table Tennis singles ..... .... doubles .... .... Handball singles . . . doubles .... .... 436 Kappa Sigma . Beta Theta Pi Theta Xi Mayer, AXP Faye, Winer Zandier, Psi U. Zandier, Culp Indoor Track . Phi Gamma Delta Swimming . . . Bathing Beauties VVrestling . . . Linnois Club Soccer .... Cosmopolitan Tennis singles .... XVills, PKT doubles . . . Livesay, Andrews Golf singles .... McDonald, Sig Nu team ..... Sigma Nu Horseshoes singles .... Rudnicki, Delta Sig doubles . . . Phi Delta Theta Gymnastics .. Miles Softball ...... Outdoor Track Ming F estiwzls Sigma Alpha Mu Phi Delta Theta Basketball . . . Navy Pier Volleyball . . . Beta's CIll.j VVrestling . . . Illinois Handball singles .... Zandier CIll.j doubles .... Navy Pier Table Tennis singles ..... Schunk CIll.j doubles . . . Illinois Badminton singles .... House CIll.j doubles . . . Palm, Palm CIll.b F all S67lIf?.S'i67'.' Football .... Sigma Nu Soccer . . . Theta Xi Tennis singles .... undecided doubles . . . Moses, Besant Golf singles .... Riehle, Delt team ...... Turkey Run . Gymnastics .. Indoor Track . Table Tennis singles ..... doubles .... Delta Upsilon Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Xi Phi Delta Theta Fromm Fromm, Gates Before the war, the Intramural and Recreational Sports program at the University of Illinois was nationally recognized as tops - in participation, organization, student managership, and facilities. Although dormant throughout the war, the IMREC program was revived in 1945 and 1946, and by last year, participation was already at a record high. .14Z!ileZ'eafi!ieWecvi Alex Agase The three time All-American guard Alex Agase of 1946's Big Nine and Rose Bowl Champions hardly needed more laurels to crown his already great record. Formerly selected as the Western Conference's Most Valuable, Agase took the Daily Illini Athlete of the year poll by storm. A Mai vfaimiie nam.. Ike Owens Sometimes a lineman is so fascinating to watch that he takes your attention from the publicized backfield stars. One of those linemen, lke Owens, so earned his teammates' respect in addition that he was named the Most Valuable Player of 1947. Ganfeaeace fllecfal Whuwa Bob Richards It is not often that a pole vaulter can reach fourteen feet. Illinois' Bob Richards had such a marvelous scholastic record to go along with his Big Nine and NCAA championships in 1947 that he was the logical choice for the Medal Winner. qv-fy Q Leo Johnson Head Track Coach 'H' g Dou Mills g Direrlor of Aiblefiff 9 Wally' Roettger Head Bafeball Caacb eaacfzed. g Ray Eliot Head Football Coach 9 Harry 'Combes Head Baxketlzall Caarl' My E! --Jaya: 'H E ,K l iii Nagy, . . nlgiwr- Em in Qaeda!! 441 Dike Eddleman runs Perry Moss' pass over: for the fxrst touchdown. 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Purdue Relays . . . . . Chicago Relays . . 101 . .. Augustana CIII. "BND .. . 20 .... Penn Relays... . . . . . Drake Relays . . 49 . . . .Southern California . . . 73 101 . . . Millikin CIII. HBHD . . 28 111 . .... Marquette . . . 18 80 . ........ Michigan ......... 49 95 ..... Western Teachers CIII. BSD ..... 43 .BIG NINE OUTDOOR CHAMPS. ComptonRelays . . . Central Collegiate . . . . . NCAA CHAMPIONS . . Pint row: Trainer Ike Hill, Dwight Eddleman, I.eRoy Vranek, Herb McKenley, Bob Rehberg, John Twomey, Bob Richards, Herb Matter, Bill Beile, George Walker, Clarence Dunn, Coach Leo johnson, Assistant Coach Marce Gonzalez Second row: Gene Trandel, Bill Downey, Joe Welyki, Bruce Brenneman, Don Schuman, Bill Mathis, Paul Huston, Dave Bedell, Tom Boswell, Bill Cook, Walt Karkow, Sam Stollar, Bill Myers fManagerD, Charles Kritzer Third row: Paul Phinney, Bob Downs, Tom Briggs, Bob Ruther, Warren Ely, Norman Wasser, Ken Seigel, Lou Irons, Don Leuthold, Klaus Timmerhaus, Jim McCray, Earl Weincek W.-..,b.,. ww., C 3 'WS' " A V, mg ,W .. 1 ff ..:. 3, 1 F A - CHM, A 3 Herb Mclienlcy lets jim McCray carry on . . . ullcfaafzzt Don Leuthold Herb Matter Harry Anderson Herb McKenIey Dike Eddleman highjunrpcd 6' 791' roi' a new Big Nine record and the championship 45 55 1 Qi' Baaedall. . 469 IH. 5 . 4 10 . 5 0 I 9 . 4 . 2 . 7 . 2 . 1 . 4 . 2 . 14 . 26 . 6 4 . 2 . 9 . 9 . 2 . 4 . 7 . 3 . 1 . 4 . 11 . 1 . Lee Eilbracht, catcher, captained the Big Nine champs Vai I 947 BASEBALL RESULTS O . . . . YVashington U. . . . Indiana Indiana Danville CIIID OHIO STATE ....OhioState.... . Danville CIIIJ DANVILLE QIIIJ ....... Michigan Michigan . . NORTHWESTERN . . . . . . . Northwestern . . . . Minnesota..... Minnesota . . . Chanute Field . . . .....Purdue...... PURDUE . . . . Havana LaPalomas . . . . . . . Cincinnati Crescents . . . . . . Peoria Caterpillars . . . . Peoria Caterpillars . . ST.jOEAUTOS . . . .Harlem Globe Trotters . . . . . . . . . Detroit Senators . . . . . . . . . Detroit Senators . . . . . . . Detroit Senators . . . . . . . Industrial Casualty . . . . NEW YORK U. BIG NINE CHAMPIONS Fran! row: Andy Phillip, julie Rylcovich, Marvin Rotblatt, Lee Eilbracht, john Brittin, Bob Wakeheld, Al Schaul Second row: Coach Wallie Roettger, Bill Myers, Al Wickland, Bob Malley, jim Neufeldt, Assistant Coach Warren Huffman Bark row: George Fischer, Les Miller, Russ Steger, ,Tim Kilbane, john Gugala, Bob Anderlik 7fzeq Zyiifa ca Eadeiall efzampiandfulp Andy Phillip hits the dust! julie Rykovich, of Bob Wakeield, 3rd Bill Myers, JJ. Bob Andcrlik, p 'ra N., K , 3 ' S Q3 3 .5 x . xi - dxf! ' Hz ,ff mf Q , 925325 .5 - fx .HQ is 6 X ,M L ,M V ,Mya Z W P-2 "W - M'D""""" 0 'WN !m-Nl W5 WNY! WNW? W W- MTWSNHI' WKHWVSWWWRAMMWHWWNWBN Wwmmlvufm "" "W"W'....M.1i',gr,anvww512S f 2254 S923 ,fy 5 z a 5 EE E Q Ulhea Wdflditq Spaaifa 476 477 Sw M 5'L..:-S A Wwe 7 14? A Zsasfu V, ., 3 S! f V035 i' 2 ur g Av Qwmzf W9 A Qt? ' it 1 Qi , .. ji P' 4 if Q -sg L 'Y W " f, E , ik! iff ' U , was W WWE? m fm -in Tk I, KV, . , 1 , K . Q,-,,f',Lf, .. Si wa if W A433 S, -f QR? E W r LA WW? f -Swami ' K is Qf'Qz WE 2513 was Q ,wa sf x Q4 E 455 5 ,. ' fl fi if k Q3I'5i4, V 551. W 's . ,gil lf, 'iz W4 K ., ,, Weis f L. 4. 5, A ,L V gif ':,' i55if't.2f xl ' R.,,,, M. ,,.1 ,, ,.L, U , Front row: Bob Kesler, Ed Glenn, Ralph Hines, Bob Gerometta, Bill Bxugher, George Mullins, Brad Laryv, Carl Pempek BackE5oug: JMIa:E1agfr jack Gilroy, Dave Jensen, Bill Kesler, Ted Beckman, james Tustin, Roy Ross, Dick Houcek, Henry Mautner, Coach wrn . an ey 0 0 n an 3 . Bob Gerometta Geflfge Mullins Front row: john O'Heron, Jack Chapman, Don Von Ebersqjoe Fina, Len Bralower, joe Harrington U Bark row: Coach Hartley Price, joseph Milrod, Vito Zinzi, Ray Linder, Larry Monroe, Charles Hotchkrss, Manager Joe Howell joe Fina ...qffmw Vito Zinzi PE Fran! raw: Coach Max Garrett, Mark Larimer, Bob Scanlon, Anatol e Lucas, Roland Puccetti, Dun Calcaterra ' Bark row: Eugene Bengard, Henry Osinski, Bill Abraham, Ed Ryan, Louis Stuebe, Warren Sullivan, john Blazxch . . . 7fze gencinq 7ea,m l 5 s Z K E Q Q 3 e 7 E 2 15 ? fl ,1 5 5 ra S se r 5 From vow: 'Coach Leo T. Johnson, Paul Huston, john Twomey, Walt Karkow, Bob Downs, Vic Twomey, Manager Bernie Miller A Second row: Elliott Cabrera, Bill Downs, Paul Phinney, John Tevebaugh, Klaus Timmerhaus, Bob Downey, Bernard Magrll, Manager Charles Kntzer Back row: Manager George McBride Qaeda Ga . . . 'E CH ,, 4 john Twomey V 93 Paul Huston WW r,,, -mmwfwmzw mnfm wwwwmenmy ,, , V V Y 1.51:-,f: Mr C. XV. Lyons, Bu.rine.rJ Mfzmzg C. E. Lovejoy Frank Beach L. Card VValter Rletz Fred Carrier Bernard S. Miller . . 7fze rqifzleiic rquacialian Board of Directors Marc C. Norton Lowell Spurgeon G. B. Weisige1' C. VV. Sanford Athletic C omzcil Keith I-lutson john Watliins Robert Eel: C. E. Flynn, Publicity Mamzger Milton M. Olander D. R. Mills C. W. Lyon Torn Gallagher Ralph Castinson Keith Hutson, Preridentg john Watkins, Vife-Preiident 485 Bareball: Bob Anderlik John Brittin Fred Carrier Robert Eads George Fischer P. J. Gotfryd John Gugala James Kilbane Robert Malley Lester Miller Bill Myers Charles Noth Howard Palmer Lloyd Perry Lou Possehl Robert Possehl Wm. Prentiss Marvin Rotblatt Al Scharf james Wakefield Robert Wakefield A. E. Wiekland Bc1.fkEfbd!1.' jack Burmaster Bob Doster Bill Erickson Richard Foley 'Clifton Fulton Fred Green Dwight Humphrey Robert Menke Robert Rowe jim Seyler john Watkins Fenriug: Lee Lipson Roland Puceetti Louis Stuebe 74Me of Football: Lou Agase Les Bingaman Eddie Bray Joe Buscemi Rav Ciszek Robert Cunz George Dimit Lou Donoho Art.Dufelmeier Dwight Eddleman Robert Falkenstein Bill Franks Thomas Gallagher John Holmstrom Bernie Krueger Eugene Kwasniewski Don Maechtle Achille Maggioli Al Mastrangeli Perry Moss Isaiah Owens Paul Patterson jack Pierce Jerald Russ joseph Sabam Vern Seliger Russell Steger Tom Stewart james Valek John Wrenn Sam Zatkoti' Al Zimmerman Golf .1 John Hayes Gregory jemsek Frank Murphy Frank Richart XVayne Ring Arthur Wyatt TenniJ.' Edwin Bernardoni David Brown Kenneth Clapper Delmar Crain Roger Little Melvin Randoll Charles Schunk Fred Steers joe Weiss Gymmzrticf .' Joseph Calvetti Robert Eck Joseph Pina Louis Fina Peter Harrington Raymond Linder john O'Heron Don Von Ebers Vito Zinzi Swimming: Daniel Anderson E, K. Frazier Robert Gerometta John Gilroy Edward Hegeler Henry Mautner George Mullins C. S. Nevels Otto Pihera Donald Scherwat ll71'eJtli7zg : John Bartley E. R. Bower Ralph Castenson Joe Garcia Charles Gottfried Kim Hill Louis Kachiroubas Stanley Lee Jack Mcllvoy William Mann Kenny Marlin Jack Petry Dean Ryan Dave Shapiro William Tomaras Palo: H. A. Wood Tmrk: Harry Anderson David Bedell Charles Beile Herb Bekermeier Thomas E. Boswell George Brenneman William Buster William D. Cook Henry B. Downs Robert Downs Warren G. Ely P. E. Hamer E. L. Hughes Paul Huston Louis Irons W. B. Karkow C. S. Kritzer Don Leuthold William Lewis John D. Martin T. S. Peirzynski Robert Ruther Don Shuman Eugene Trandel John Twomey Victor Twomey LeRoy Vranek George Walker Norman Wasser Nugent Wedding ,...- f,, :w1aw.w.::-ww.isvfiw,.saw.fs-werefinesrQtKiasQassss5esr.:sar+.emviwzr1a2 2asS:21frsmesw,is:2meLwxawareeatas2se2Hsweev'faweerm1faswaatfes21zsiefrwfraeffwamsiaisfas-.QsYifeuewssissffwfemaafiaesiem 5 3 :-1 ,nk sm-, . M., Mi.. --211 m,,1'pfTi5iQggseg. , N Q. 3 wfgmw K V? Q., f awww Spwh 488 48 As senior manager, Keith Hutson guided Illinois' lntramura' program to nationwide eminence .. . Inlaawwwla aealufaecf 1947 was a banner year in intramurals. And 1948 began with plans that Would have seemed fantastic only '1 year 100. From the MING Festival of 1947, to the Nationw ide Student Managers Conference in Champaign in 1948, every thing was operating in high Gear. The first annual MING Festival, staged in Huif Gym in April of 1947 brought the various branches of the University together in an athletic six ring circus for the first time. Champions were crowned in all winter sports with the parent branch Winning H10St of the honors, and the day Was climaxed by an even- ings entertainment with the participants from the Medical Schools, Navy Pier, and Cralesburg as guests of the Illinois Athletic Association. On the local scene, the 1946-47 competition for the big trophy was at a fever pitch with the Delts, Phi Delts, SAF s, and Phi Gains staging a photo-finish on the Hnal day. Only one point separated one from the other, and Delta Tau Delta Hnally topped the Phi Delts by a sole point to grab the trophy. Many of the ideas first brought out in 1946 were carried out with even greater success in 1947. The Oflicials Club raised its standards with a resultant in- crease in the caliber of the officiating Sophomore Mamzgerf Bark mu Ted Tedford John Lmdeman Bob Zimmerman Geoi e Landis Front ww Dale Faust Bill Krautheirn Jerome Hangan Tc c D 7 c v c D -1 c s c 7 c 7 ff L c ' . . , .,. ' - . .U ' .X - I Y , 1 b . , , , Macfel fhagaam . . . The College of Physical Education gave valuable assistance in rules clinics and the smooth operation of all meets. Sportsmanship was greatly improved, and All Star teams were selected in most sports. The Daily Illini gave invaluable aid in both instances and gave IMREC a thorough coverage, unequalled anywhere in the country or in the history of Intramurals at Illinois. Co-recreational activities were continued with thc annual Turkey Run, and mixed gymnastics and swim- ming evenings were held twice weekly. More coeds participated in co-recreational sports in 1947 than ever before, and the 1948 plans for the Recreation Department of IMREC called for mixed doubles in table tennis, badminton and tennis. Also included were a two-ball mixed foursome tourney in golf, and co-recreational team competition in volleyball and swimming. Other plans for 1948 included the second annual MING Festival, which promised to be even more successful than its predecessor, and the first National Student Managers' Conference at which the top man- agers from schools all over the country could get together to compare notes and to view Hrst hand what is considered to be the model intramural program of the nation. jfmim' AfldlZllgEI'J'+T0f7 row: .Bob McCarthy. Del Crain, Phil Kretz Bottom row: Herman Kertenstein, june Henricks, Sefremry Intramural Director, Hartley Price, held the reins to 1948's highly appreciated IM season .gm ,Q va 25253 swew ,mn i Si, gym 515, x hai? if .im ' f' ' A ,, ..... q. Q W 3 N, .S L f. 3, W1 7he .WW Pwqmm Jia! 7fzem Nil. , Sigma Nu Cupperl won the football crown from the In- dependent champs, Club Es- quxre flowerl emu - 1946-47 Slancfw Delta Tau Delta .... Phi Delta Theta .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Gamma Delta. . . Alpha Tau Omega.. Beta Theta Pi ...... Sigma Alpha Mu .... Sigma Chi ..... 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W Wi VAAAVA- f ,sw gw 2 if' L1 Q 211 , ,..s ww s s f f W BEAN ZATIU ' " ' f" ,'..f'f-sw. , " '- "f?f?:,,:f N ' -f '1 Q-u5vqf4,0,l3:MIgg5-1 ,M V f 1 ?jiu 5,..:ya.qg 4. X' .. ,. , f. ' 4 7!ze Qaafemzliiea 499 ...Wm eauncil The lnterfraternity Council is the supervisory and governing body of all the social fraternities on the campus. It formulates the policies in all matters con- cerning fraternities, and makes the rules necessary to carry these policies into effect. 'clts purpose is to provide for the general welfare and the social, scholastic, and recreational activities of the members of the fraternities within the council and to instill in them the highest regard for the Illinois traditions and institutions." Surveys are made by sub-committees of current prob- lems in pledge training, house management, house fi- nances, scholarship and activities. The results are pre- sented to the council for the information of the member fraternities in order that they may correct their mistakes and base their house programs on sound facts. XVillian1 Herlernan, Prcridefzl Home Reprerenmliver-Top row: William Pape, Herbert Green, Alpha Gamma Rho, Robert Brandes, Alfred Culver, Farm House, Eugene Elder, james Austin,,Kappa :Delta Rho, Stanley Roszkowski, Glenn Grosse, Lambda Chi Alpha, Kenneth Rowe, Frederick King, Kappa Sigma, Douglas Helm, I Correll Striegell? Phi Gamma Delta Fzffb row: Edwin Miles., Harry Goettel, Triangle, Barry Wilk, Gerald Reichard, Phi Kappa Psi, Calvin Vogel, John Hamilton, Delta Tau Delta, Donald Rice, john Hug, Chi Phi, Robert Brown, john Sommer, Alpha Delta Phi, Allen Flitcraft, Frank Recny, Theta Delta Chi F07l7'fl9 raw: john Damore, Roger Fellows, Theta Xi, George Morrow, joseph Tintari, Sigma Pi, Donovan Kramer, Alvin Watne, Phi Sigma Kappa, I Elliot Chaum, Sanford -Jaffe, Sigma Alpha Mu, Walter Ritter, Richard Ulrich, Zeta Psi, james Bryant, Robert McClure, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Third row: Richard Harding, Robert Miller, A1 ha Chi Rho, Algerd Krudas, Pi Kappa Alpha, Frank Thorne, james Kenyon, Sigma Nu, Robert Terp, Frank Frandsen, Acacia, Floyd Maupin, Robert Larson, Delta Sigma Phi, William Costigan, Sheldon Becher, Sigma Chi, Stanley Burnham, Delta Phi Second row: Sherwyn Trubitt, Marvin- Reichenstein, Pi Lambda Phi, Kenneth McOwen, Sigma Phi Delta, Kreel Kasserman, Pi Kappa Phi, Richard Hogan, Jralpk Glendening, Agsha Sigma Phi, Lloyd McCleary, Alpha Kappa Lambda, john Mudge, james Cossitt, Delta Upsilon, Robert Nichols, Phi Kappa, omas Crews, Alp a Tau Omega BWLW' WWY W1llI?m HCFl6fI1aI1. Sigma Chi: Lee Sullivan. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Robert Wilson, Phi Gamma Delta, Fred Berry, Kappa Sigma, Scott Shelton, Chi Psi, Edward Cohen, Alpha Epsilon Pr, Norman Mayer, Ray nond Baxter, Theta Chi, William Phillips, Willis Elliot, Beta Theta Pi ...Wm Gamma-laiwaw... The Council and the University Y.M.C.A. jointly sponsor an all-pledge banquet for the new pledges. Another banquet is given by IF in the spring for all the members of the Council at which time the new oH'icers for the coming year are installed. Each spring the traditional Interfraternity Ball is given for all fraternity men and their guests in Huff Gym. The Council studies the problems of all students on the campus as Well as problems of the University and enter actively in the solution of these problems. Various other all-campus activities are aided by the Interfraternity Council in their activity programs. VVider acquaintance and fuller cooperation are fos- tered by the very composition of the Council, for it is composed of a junior and senior representative from each fraternity. Regular Weekly meetings are held, With the standing committees meeting frequently dur- ing the Week. These meetings provide the setting for getting acquainted and for the birth and dissemi- nation of constructive ideas for fraternity operation. Illinois was the first university to organize an IF Council, and the Interfraternity Council at Illinois now has 55 member fraternities. This ranks the fra- ternity system at Illinois as the largest in the World. Top row: Fred Berry, Kappa Sigma, Sec1'e1ar'y,' Wlilliam Herle- man, Sigma Chi, P1-e.rident,' Robert Wilson, Phi Gamma Delta, Trefavzzfer 130110777 raw: Dean Carl Grip, Lee Sullivan, Alpha Kappa Lamlula, lfiie-I'1'et14le11l,' Stott Shelton, Chi Psi, Sergemn- :ll-!l1'm,r RQ i . Q Q55 i5'f9?r7'4Y, uzrlwhaz 52235 " K Wil Q ' dew: wwf" " 7 K was . Ifasagfwzmd wg. mwgqzmfa L- 12 Q, ,zwkfffiii-552 'mf ' as 5 X A - na? saw 151, 'iii Sa, ,... A ..,,,,W is QS ' W--Q 'L- H-'3 San-: - ': iw 3 ' ff 'f ,: '- s : 'ag I Sf 1 If J 3 : 'f f' EI , - Wm 1 1' -Q.. 'Eh , V-f. W M f 3 ii 5.1 55 Mff Z, zwmmikg mf. ., - . - ,145 :if-"1 Nr'1ff'1'Q2,7:2gQ2mg?mm Tap row: john Danielson, Lyle Smith, Edward Hede, Donald Kincaid, Willian Hensolcl, Frederick Kastor, Edgar Wilks, Henry Plain, Harmon Freeto, Theron Bushnell Third raw: Robert Wiss, Robert Heath, Richard Harvey, Eugene Kock, David Pyle, Fred Fisher, David Woodward, William Chittenden, Thomas Krueger, Douglas Hager Semna' raw: Roger Purdy, Ramon Dale, Robert Clapp, George McBride, William Creason, Duane Rowe, Howard Hankirs, Walter Ritter Bottom raw: Hugh'Cooper, Gordon Newell, Jack 4Ritter,'Thomas Hostetler, William Winkler, James Moore, Allen Trelease Nor ggpgrgne? Wailliam Beach, james Oldfield, William Erickson, Robert Kesel, Patrick Regan, Thomas Stewart, Willard Price, Russell Steger, Gerald Wendt, n renc eaeetcenf... The Pajama Race VVilliam Wiiilcler President Richard Harvey Vice-President Theron Bushnell Treasurer Robert Heath Secretary Skull and Crescent is a sophomore honorary organiza- tion composed of twenty-five prominent campus frater- nities for the purpose of furthering good will among the members. Two freshmen who are outstanding in activities are chosen from each member fraternity. The initiation of these men is held in the spring, and they are active mem- bers in Skull and Crescent during their sophomore year. Skull and Crescent is again reaching its pre-War promi- nence on the campus due to the hard Work of its present active members and alumni. In addition to the regular bi-Weekly dinner meetings, the traditional Skull and Cres- cent Pajama Race in which Phi Delta Theta fraternity took first place was held in the Armory on November 12. The formal Christmas banquet and dance were held on De- cember 6. Through the combined efforts of the members, the pajama race and banquet and dance were all very suc- eessful. 504 .Sim ana! Small. . . Robert Konigsfeld .. ...... President john Baird ....... . . Vice-President Paul Vogen . . .... Se'c1'eta1'y jim Reedy . . . ......... T1'easu1'e1' Phil Watt . . . . . .... Se1fgeant-at-Arms The Sophomore honorary fraternity, Star and Scroll, was founded at the University of lllinois in 1937 but in 1943 was disbanded for the duration of the war. This year the organization has been reactivated and plans are being made to promote more activities between the fraternities and to strengthen the organization by in- creasing the membership. lnterfraternity activities are planned and arrangements made at meetings held every two weeks at one of the member houses. Each year the respective fraternity members of this organization elect their two outstanding Sophomores, who in their Freshman year have been outstanding con- tributors to their fraternity in both activities and scholar- ship. These men are honored by being accepted into Star and Scroll to develop better fellowship among the member fraternities and to bring them into closer bond. At a concluding banquet near the end of the year, a trophy is presented to a member house that has the out- standing freshman average. Any house that wins for three consecutive years gets permanent possession of the trophy. Informal Get-together Top row: Emil Spencer, james Foreman, George Wright, Kent Morgan, Terry johnson, Paul Mooney, Glyndon Stuff Robert Larson Semin! row: James Reedy, Dwight Humphrey, Robert Hedgcock, Don Dickey, Robert Konigsfeld, Paul Vogen Glen Grosse Botiom row: La Monte Coleman, Harry Sandberg, Kenneth Pickens, William Wright, Stanley Burnham Not in panel: Dan Snyder, john Baird, Donald Flaherty, Phillip Watt Top row: Richard Ball, George Cheely, Dale Feldman, joseph Cook, James Moore, Richard Pedrick, Lavern Williams Third row: William Buster, Walter Preston, 1 Cannon, William Voegeli, Klaus Timmerhaus Wolaver Second raw: Alonzo Burnham, Roy T Leslie Sheets, Reid Antle Bottom row: james Dunbar, Kenneth Pearson, Richard Not in panel: Richard Cook, David ,Ms Farr, Eugene James Yale, Bruce Esmond, Shelton Downey, Kenneth Lindsay, Donald Kincaid, William Ziegler, Richard Stroker, john Swager, ai -ai: as Xa, if ,," vm, ik' 501 East Daniel Z5 Active Chapters 5 O 6 6 ra f,,r. R Q4Sia2axief'?1:.L if?-Lew .. ,mama we ia 7 Y .,,. ,, jones Everett Groves, Willard Beckenholdt, Morris Vineyard, Fred Hartmann, Kent Hackelman, Lynn Wiebmer, David Monson, Edward Miller, Moore Gleason, Philip Dolbow, Alan Hallene, Fulrath s. ,,,..3--t 1 M .fm if-,fimfc if-Q, W 1 ,,-ww-m,HY ,HA -.1-23, X-iv , f . :fsisi,'v,gf,.2z f , - - 4"-Z "?7595XW7N?'7"2"',r 'vf Ma ,,,,:.ffrf..w- N w ,ffm WMM J X a eww' ,Qi , 4,15 ,Ji . - MW ffL,Qs'YL an .' 2.55 ya in , K ,1aQr?4?:i5ia am Qi: La, MUN ,fe-ga-aQ"'-ri' r rf 'C "N 1' , k I I7 V., IVA' H -f A rf' iii 4 2 I nr We LJW 311 East Armory 27 Active Chapters ,,ff1N A' ,fr-r ,, ffl, Jia" l TOP V010-' Roger LQ?fgFeQi"'iJHmCS Reed! James H0gar1,,Off0 'R?l5l1l?veISObeff MillCf,,,,l34iI5liiillfilY,Sihith'gqi"Norman Mayfield, Walter Miller, Robert Campbell, Arthur Ball, Robert -getersoyf, Bernard Beckmann, john Painter, Herb'4'li3fgaji:S6gr':-vjfyjgfzff' ,fVq,', ' , A Third vow: Dwight,-iHumphrey, Robert Thompson, Loren Miller, Erwin-,igliauerg Leo,QglavaZen,Hf"R1chard Harding, Trent Knepper, Richard Gilbert, Arthur Jacobson, gohnlew-is, Dale LeBaron, Edyvard Nowaczyk, Robert Huntei,'i"Wllliam IB1QoQ,trigf"'jlr, , , , Second row: Vloydkilirrnger, john Leslie, Richard Davis, Thomas Wright, R1Char'd"Hohffson, Richard Love, Charles Schunk, Karl Franson, William Wright, Robert ljav1Si"William Fisher Carl Mayer Gordon Bottom rozfffffhl-Iefijian Linder, James Anderson, Robert Donahue, Richard Schmidt, Frank Randall, Sid Skidmore, Howard Nichols, Roger Bachman, Hellwfigr,fRObQirt Brandt, Paul Deeley, John Hall, Frank Sebak Not in P'2i'n?fr""Carl Dietz, Harry Picknell, jack Anderson, Phillip Benefiel, Dem Ecke, Woodrow Yonts 507 lger John Campbell George Munn Alex Kotch, Rupert nderson jacobus Faust Peter Arvan Leo Heneghan, Theo Kauffman Roger Tull Charles Zlrklc Theodore Dextel Aldrlch Donald Felley Rlchard Inskeep, Glendall Gehr Howard Grxmmett Gordon Guerrant, Richard james McPherson Robert Phxllzps Norwin PlElC6 is YW .. 4 A 1 WX 6 CUVE CTHPWYS ij' wen, 25 5 Q53 tl J fy xr, ,., f x Ai 4 .5, f ,JW 1 9 'H w' xv if f 5 M ' is rr A' , ll f-'E?S'l'-13,1 . , 'f5,Hl1wW w'25.,, 1, 2 ff' 4:3 Wiifkll 12 eil' ' in eww, 11- , Lee W? it 310 East john 27 Active Chapters R ii ...HmmnlE',l'ieC:3?53:,w Top 60111: Robgrthi-Iixcrvey,DPl1ilgg Hartganh Patrick, Kent Hobart, Robert Bennett, Robert McMillan A uane 1 .mun a os, on- ayn, ug ooper Tbzrff raw: Biii1qtQnl?Schm1dt, Ralph Nufer, William Patrick, Robert Dowell, Orville Busse, Thomas Henderson, 'Charles Potter, Herbert Slid?dGt2QW'Donald DeVocclaere DeWitt Lane john Sabo Stanley Tee?-'iWM"L" Second rou45?273ffiilitQSomer, john Keeneyf Russell Wall: Harold Tylson, Russell Wolfe, Rollin Tomberlin, Edward McBroom, Traver Tomberlin, Edson Murray, N0rmiffUrMHi'ridge, Norman Meyer, Harper Abbot ' Bortom McKinzie, Dean Evans, james Breen, Vlilliam Sommer, Roger Little, Stanford Parris, Leon Brouillette, Roger Wieland, Donald Brown, Willialld'lkligEedler, Ralph Realy, Richard Quinlan ' , iff!! ," ww t writ iw .,,.i iafi,,,rf,W,,, ff 5 MU mf,-A WM, GMM W' fl" ww,,'.,,w ,rw q'wJwW' W la if Ami iiiilvfkags fi, wifi? Ha az 5 at if, ,V s 509 M Dil fir Q .ai J if Elf: rt i Q is 52 3 l Top row: Robert Sgielerx Norman Mandel, Herbert jordan Rosengard, Stanley Feldman, Marvin Glink, Richard I -Rosengard, Marvin Frredman, Theodore Rowe, Levinson A . 7lfWg'0,Yi-' Lpivld Cohan, ?0WI22flikB21kirI, lgathzijrb Cottle, Harold Prerss, Herbert Wolf, Henry Bartelstem, rvr e re erman, tan ey o er, er ert em Semfgdl 1'0Wi SeymourMHelfandA1dI-ierbert LR0seniard, Schaps, Edwin Cohen, Myron Lifsehitz, Keith Chulock, y van evmson, erwyn e man, eonar asse , i ton Sa BaH1"'.'0w.i.. imgl QolllilfhliafolgfilUn1fIFfdH0V?iQgiglkfiiiifiiillflerrill Brown, jules Gersl1OH5i45Q,ilQQ3l'ifSEi?iN1,fJfd0H, Franklin Rose, Lawrence Sherman, Herbert Mass, rvrng ic , anre 0 en, an 1 ie erm,3Q?Q,l5Q3!iiffh arcus No! in panel: Donald Merdinger, Robert Hass ia if , 0 0 N' -' - xt, ff . ' rf-5,3515-la, 902 East Gregory Drive 45 Active Cha ters 2. fwr.Qfr.,,e. were Q ,,,t W , W5 Ae A .S P 4'f,s?.:5f5"3'Sfl ff:rails9755?-?:V!seZ?.QfBl.9,g-, V .eww ' www, , U u "-M142 f L l ef .Ap f ,V ,,,, ., ef. ng :5 Tgeiwfrjgr rf, i'3.iXWff5'i 2 ,fi fish 4'- ' aft? Q Y C-1 . ' ,,:-wee'-' Q, QA A, ACE - r'11-iitwgii' H5533 'ii5?5'm, i Q. Qiavawf '- V, 55,5 kv wt: uf, A 5 ve- .-" Sp -.1 ,,- fe 51 0 5 X 0 N01 U ' F' me 1:3 ff, is if 5-sg EEL he 3? aaa Hilflfl I 58 East Gregory Drne 31 Acme Chaprers xl Scott Don I Reber Charles Beatty l Krmrnelshue Oren Mrles Ralph Hunter james der Russell -Ieckel Frank Rolf Harley Olson Williauu Castenson Earl Urrsh Harry Roland Delmar Ohren Condrt john Almburg Wrllram Adams Paul Bates Howard Bramel Ronald Meyer Wrllram Corzrne Stanley Kent, n Guliths Pascal Allen Carl Heepke Kenneth Cherllnxm Hubert Wetzel J, M wwf' 3 F2 f WV' VM "' NY pw adm! V11 V Mm F aw. 2 wiqigfmn 2 ' ,.H,,' .glwvsgflizgl 5 14141 M Ut... ' A WW: Ma. W , 511 ' 'If' J .. J, al,-.Lita safe-awake, . , a. vw 1211 2 it 49,3 . 2 . l MWvV"""uwv. 7 P -' 5 wA:3W 3u.,. ' ' , ' , , . A-ww, n A , , YY s ' 'Jitriyre -' I0 , , , , 'I J I r 1 9 ' I - f l A , A Q ' ' , 1 , V h l , Top raw: Craver, Fourth row Frank Third row: Gilford Semnd row: Swaim, Boliom raw. Thomas Moore, Nor In panel: john David Anderson, Phillip Roth Menzel, Robert Court, Carpenter, Leo Green, 51 2 r Francis Reuter, Russell Kauffmann, Myron Sielaif, Nolan Ellis Knox, Thomas Roder, David Hauck, james O'Neal, Hull, Charles Zeleny, William Eygabroad, Samuel Smith, Lee Sullivan, Donald Dickey, john Bonnet, john Robert Solem, Scott Bohon, Stanley Wllxeclcr, Richard Rademacher, Robert Schlagcter x, Z l Z A. V , av 401 East Daniel 9 Active Chapters ,fe ma s ,, 1 t ,, . , r 1- ,E 'l'ii'i3E32su1f'l '1 L K , E rase i sfefr' as if . N if A ' "' ' in . , 'l ' W Wt, -W ,i A, , ., , 4 M ' V J, 2' fa . A gg G nw , .AAL --,Q vf 2 0114 -Q:-Ra 1301 West Clark 57 Active Chapters t it ' . A "" iw' ,rgimnawnflaieafzhfrirfff.f-if ,fm Q rr K iimm ,Wi f J' , H41,g,,,3lT11gi5??,::av" Top row: FJihuiScgtt, Robert Norwood, Lem Callahan, Nathaniel johnson, Robert Moody Fozqlla row Simms, George Guy, Robert Claybrooks, Laurence Young, Roland Stewart, Edwa Tbzm' Burrell, 'Clayborn jones, Lloyd Randolph, Alexander Poinsett, Audrey Kenned Second fqfygjnljpfljrgnias Durgens, Bennie Stewart, Leon Moore, Donald Habey, Emmett Bashful I Boztom raw: Lucius Williams, Bert Bertberao, Earl Person, James Saunders, Ernest King, Richard rd Jones, Ernest Wilson y, Louis Hunley Overby "iii, ,,- 'Wrf'tf"1,4 iff fwiliix L . i-,af-W. ffm . W 'W rw, I I T011 raw: Spinks, Thin! raw: Brandt, Sfmfza' mu Dean Bofmm milf: Reynolds, N01 in imrzel: Dean Robinson Donald Brooks-Miller, Pelayo Llarena, Raymond Pigozzi, Raleigh Norman Grewe, Maurice Des Marais, Kenneth Koehler, Paul Palmer, john Geister, Eclwfrrcl Zagorski, Miles Brown, 1 Tinghino, Bruce Boswell, Robert Eckcls, Andrew 'RN fl . rr ffl-F , , ' 275 l i f l 11oS.Sourh First 5 Active Chapters lrr, , ls, ,,,.., rr.f.i Q i ,,s' l-1 K .Ja-"' Y' , mmf ji9iLf"'.f-V ii. ' ff fix ff" FWZ Cf, 1"'1'f 1' on 35 ,LEW ki gr . S '23 Wi? V2 in E in fu- fv,.iif'w2g" 59' f ' W., ,wf"gf' 4 sg f, fr Mrrvfff s 'A 3, i f. . '- ,lx I-A N N Y M 'N 'F Y Qifififsf N: -- f ,--ww M., .W vw-1-, ziwvs-H 'rs ,. ,. wwf ,M k,,,,r., ,wJf,,l, 1 -As ,.. k ' " wSfffff5slf5.s1-J f' 11-f,k2,:Q-1 1 if "fl-3 is-S7 997ffn5u:i-'ipfiijjgnxi f -fl? rl ..-Qhiwxsmzsb Mkigjvsfgqq M ...Q ,rs -241-,932 .rx M -M.df.i35..I f.::.:viJ..LS1Yr.f5:wH- A ff' Tflvwg six 4 - X G. 1 1,3 1 R , . e wg, Av ff' ff' Wfllivairzv-we ,, V W :41""Yf'fg .wf-egg. . my 31' ' 14,5 it -Pom , , - , ' ii : I fix Q'MNf.,-Jsfrl:il':' ' . ' ,fi f V 't ' 4' 0'4"-?1J15Yf'i5ii 52- f . lt rg rl M, 1 f,,-fx -r -af Vg 1 r , rv "Jw-wil ' N SN s r 'Q L, , f HQ? I I 211 East Armory 76 Active Chapters Werke-. Mr' : '." ' H af V " -" Q'---17" l.. , MHZ' "f" ff " f' f Top fora: Werneyffiolfman, john Barr, james Pratt, Raynioiidiggfipglgngl, Rrcvlgagd,-giirrbieelgef,f,',M,dton Alexander, Rnbley Evans, Wendell Tozer, Robert Sum- Yb lrjmers, jameiFCg:ldl'1eld, Edward Conner, William Keyser, Stanldyf1,lQH3EQliGrr4-'"V1f2"'Tii',,!Y1Lg,f" "'f' W' , ,rn : Ls , . wg., 1 row ,ye orward, Frank Hunt, Lawrence Witherspoon, Francis,fBaren,brirg2gtfgT'fQEdfgf,'EL Hager, Donald Bertossa, jay Cristy, Frank Paluek, William Elliott, ASamuel'gStotlar, William Schultz, Robert Nissen, Richard Gerrity,Qgw7Herjl3gr1ft,5w12NlcCurdy, Herbert Percival, Pleasant Robnett, Jack WU5fbel'g Second 1'01A4A', George Selvey, Kenneth Jensen, Jack Caveney, Lyman johnson, Paiil'i'Sutcliffe, Thomas Campbell, Mrs. june Polk, Robert Freeland, jack Glen- dening, William Lang, Richard Hogan, William Hanft, Howard Bogash, George May, Joseph Ribordy Q , , , , Boilom 120101, Pljjllip Worack, Robert O'Donohue, john Parker, Harold Sehmalhausen, Rofzer Sanderson, Ralph C.rago,' Paul Wie-land, Uri Prmstern, Edward Br'ulqake1,QB5bbert Brubaker, William Johnston, Donald Henley, James Mahoney, Donald Palmer, Robert McCray, Richard Atkinson, Lawrence Vroman ,N r i i r r l' E 4 QS fi A .. if if gl 5 I? 5 Ji a , it lil 91 if Ti A g at 'f Z Q 515 '4' l we , Top row: Robert Clark, Vern Echols, David Mollett, Harry Lin ,V ,lm Cross, Roger Stankey, john Karns, Ernest Nelson, John Davis, DOUGH 5ChSfW2f, lefilld Russ, Nicholas Woolafd, JHYUCS eo Bed Riley john Bradley Carl Dieckmann Arthur Litchfield Harry 1 'Anderson, Robert Heath, Dietrich Knodell r , , , 15715 f'0w-' GAl3X3Uf3ffdM3CPhCf50H, Waltei Simpson, William Stoneberg, Thomani Roland, Harold Hene eiso-n, or lon In erson, Nathan Corwrth, Steph joseph Wright, jack Bergman, 'lhornas Schulte, Ernest Moore Edwin Franzen Henry Hahn ' Robert Tu' Mill Ed d 1 v s 'Q . Nfl, : Cf, Waf CU Sefmmr WW-' Rolleff Bafflfk. Thomas WICh, Edward Mountz, William Schnirring, William Mitchell, Richard Meinke, gobsrtt Pelabodffg Hexgniirn Hcgterfcstern, obert Doster, Wayne Watkins, John Twomey, Orin Benjamin, Robert White, ur B C lui Y, - 'I lam IIC son, or A Boitom-row: john Williams, Alan Schraderm x k nutson, Ira McAnly, Bill Conrad, Thomaiillgtlilgigggbaum, Donald Leuthold, james Moses, Bruce Stoneberg, l3aJtlon,CChlarles Layton, Robert t, Robert Vogele, Harold Lankton, Donald XVeili"fiQjQSJRarnes Sands, Victor Twomey, Kenneth Brown, Howard , in ar son A - n Not ln pmzef: Stewart Daniels, David Viagtfggifatln, Dann Wood, XVilson Besant, James Cottrell, Jamegfglelallbeck, Merrill Huffman, Gene Lamb, john McDer- mott, Richard Schrader Sit? A 5? v 5 Q JE if i - 1101 XVest Pennsylvania 99 Active Chapters ri f e L , ef , rl . A., .f N, i, , fi tw, . .... MR s nfs? W .5 H Y L" "' "' 71 1 . ,jf , . .- 1, :MW .. 'Vwff .aff , ,,,, .V .ata 4 . fy- ,H 1 " e -feee-wie, wi ,"f . A . v ?x'a gs, vi ,. 5, ,T ,' o 1 ffl T ' ' xi mga, wlvimxzlevaaife eeebn was-aefaaeze Bifffwx wie, , 'k.'53.Ji1.:'-' S2141 Qi, sf ii 5: , qu i s .- rr : :Q W, ' - : 'T' Q - V M., I -at lffw '33 f- ' Knew Mr- N be ., ' itil? S54 owl? EQ 20" East Daniel 97 Active Chapters 1: Top row Robert Nelson e Moore Goodell Charles Tarbell Edvsard G rg ert Ruff jimes Platt, David Bristow Donald Stewart, George McBride H ones John Christiansen ren Ely jan Roosa Richard omas Halpin William Hollscher, Roland Collins, james FitzPatriclt Wal l sedieclr ark Fourth raw Elm Walter Drew George Thorson L u ent Raymon Dale Robert Lane, john jones Eugene John- son Willia ps Lawrence Gage William Elliott John Ni? "W" Tbfrd row I ri ham Edwin Grifm Frank Pacelli Willia Q in james Galliwan George Platt Mrs. Elinor Cantrell, james Carruth r Fran lin Lloyd Koritz Erwin Aufdenlcamp james Serond row Hahn David Brown Charles Anderson james Countryman ee Hrnnen Deane Stewart William Johnston Paul Kehm Charles Andrews, Keith anley Burke William james Nur in pane! Robert Cole Robert Truitt 'H'-1 rm. 'T me . "W ' n ' ,rr-. . in 5 5425252 Teil?" H7332 , 5 r,,e.,-"ww- , ll ' -' , , ' fi , , ' ' , 1 , ' - - ' ' 'Q' f-it ' ' 3 ,, , , 1Starr:afarWig:iyigaigeimgmax,wfrffgaaizfvm ' . :fifwiiintv ' ' ' - V - "1ar15w2f:?1:e..?:tL''fri:5:1il5:'izff2:r3piww" 'Y ' ' i- r A f 4 r r r r ez5a1ES,L:f.?' ' 'wanqrevfriasfav .:'f.::fQ1zs',qqz' ' - ' t f-we" . - . . . . . , i'li,W'F-Eiwliif' s , 5 Batlom 1' 5 ton Roehm Richard Anderson john Roberts William Boyer William Allen George Hamlin Donald Wanderer Sherwood Phillips, Royal Lrg S N A hard Schultz Bill Hamel Tap raw, Graf, Third row: Herbert Second row: Broom, Baltom raw: mersrnith, Noi H1 f1:1nel.' Arne Edvs aid Fiester, Dow ney X5C'illiarn Brenner, Herbert Richmann, Wfilliam Teachout, Walter Mahlon Neal, john Knobloch, Richard jones, Robert Reitz, Bernard Christiansen, George Hammersmith, Willianr Fausel, Donald Roberts, Andrew Scalzi, Charles Harn- 303 East Chalmers 53 Active Chapters ,i we ,, . .van 1-HQQQXEN N55 1 Wifafi - 4 :Q AXQXQ? WMP-Sis -.fg- . . ie wr 'x W.-at t 3 X Worrell, Don Weddle, Herb Sundmocher ew, VM ffl fifl: fifyhf l7'?'S.f3?5'-'fiivzrae 'edxiwifiysi!gzfL:ffffi::f6L?jff-j-Q-,,5,fl15i'1qf,Q kggkgeg-gL31:11.v we , 'WQQQQLSS fiiii-33-'!f4s-if-iiksiilfr H a . Q' . Wm, ,.,., 0 if X ,QA - dia Li.- , -gum J ,,f,, i' .L 4 '2" 'g:' -. Nr 2 af f if X , 1, ,f 31 1. 5:- , x l L I9 ,ri V 2,-Y 'Si A .4121 V L ii ,Ji f wx, r L ,ra W I -,i,,,3.x 2 magWage?w,uag,q5,Was:wm,35w.,i WF' I-WI' ?g':i:Ie"? Q7 SW' - :Lx . fr , .il .n, - ',f,F'f'1rf-" ' Y ,swam g .- 1 if ii lI 25 'ax , M, ' , N is ill: AT5., eff' W4 "vii ,Q if , 7,-Q 5 V, A , --ff l,flQ"" A jg, iv jf? , i ,q5f'3'3Tf-ev f i ' N C, mem Q .mem il' J rf'T ls.. 912 South Second 25 Active Chapters Top row: V V N L Ohlsen, Frank Hrtfjtyman, Gordon Graham, Donald Maison,-,,John Regnell, Scott,,,SHelton,, Edwin Roberts Fourth row: ' ' ' Taylor, Third row: Lyman Jay Torrey, Eugene Ice, Henry james, George McGehee,'Gelfjrge" Stubblefreldsy W'illiam Preble, Howard Lund, Robert Lembkey, Samuel Denton, Richard Hauptfleisch, Merle Schlosser, Alpaslan Reyhan, Thomas Hdadley, -Robert Forsythe, john Divilbiss, George Westcott K ' ,L Second r0w:"fHutchins Kealy, Stanley Iverson, George Cowan, Wayne Strunk, Chiarles Swensen, Robert Graham, Fred Frank, Henry Gassmann, LaRocc6 Wallace johnson William Francis Bottom rqailfi 'William Stubblefield, Ronald Kelly, james Mann, Robert Welsch, Walter Jordan, john Doring, Lawrence Freedlund, Richard Gibbs, Gilbert N ' 'f Not III panel: George Bargh, john Stephenson, Earl Dieken Gerald Clear Barrett, john KraegeriilxarltiFreedlund, Paul Kaiser, Donald Hoyt, Donald Oliver, Richard Harvey, Arthur Hecker, Georg'eiDiCkson, Herbert Beck, Gene Saalvsraechteirjewiiiiyanu,lauthgvRobert, Gifford, 'Philip Lembkey, Robert Speckman, Charles Noth, Charles Thomas Moffett, Charles Richard 519 . ,t .t THQ 7010. Suleyman Ustun, Abdurrahman Aksel, Innocente Victor Zawarella Peter Plaut Third ww" Madam Behl, Joseph Bebawi' Keith Rabiuovs Carlo Albert? Horner Erz Second row: Mehmet Atamer Em' O M ff 'x W' x K W H hi' ' ' ' en B H , y ln. 2205 UZ? ef X - --,Charles Ise, Calvm Lau 0 Um row. Nutulapaty Rao, Martm Dubm DlCkf3QfW?2f ftff lf f T A ' F k Ng, In panel, Nemti Akca mar D .d A ,d N r, A sutomu rag- ran Machala Weil - S . avx ma 0, john Kxrxakos, Edwardo Pazmmo, jean Picard, Raoul 423055-:2Y':EJ' ' vw e-1:-z,s A Q 'if ' 3221 605 East Damel f QF 'R 3 ws:-ww , - 11 Actxve Chapters 'W' t fx gm Qwghf- . A K ASN Wg w1"aT5f'ifY ' W 'W ' .' :iv HHLQ-SIXAQTE. 15vf7:3XQiQx 2:5 Y12f4v,3'!f.g5 tm, X 'Ks QA X N, X ' wg" 5 1 .. kg: 1 4' be ' 1 ' W WSJ gpjgwgffifii if N if ei.. ' . 33329 'W' ' Vg-f ' "f'Yr:ff?'i?1fa-f:?:2w' N, M' if-ffl-., J 1 ,np gf? . 215'-sing .220 FE' My ,, ww ' rr " E 'X , ,.., J K . . fl? -1' . f Y ii: 2 l Q . I 1111 South First is 37 Active Chapters E1 , fairer' t-In , Top raw: Warren Knowles, Richard .v,+,,,M, Dempsey, Jo ohn Allen, Robert Francis, Frank Grebner, Robert Eyler, 'George Alslp, Robert Cargsenter, Stewart , , Thzrd row: Robert Waters, Ro ert Jensen, Dean Wollbrinck, Roy Massey, Melvin Beagle, Frank Dietz, Richard Bowers I Second row Walter Sturm, Charles Camrllo, Karl Reinke, Hay , heodore Samuelson, William Thompson, Lynn Rowells, Ernest Hepp, Calvin Agger, Martin Benham Bottgz Jorgensen, Kenneth Pergrem, John Cody, Bob MaeAskill, Frank Mallek, Herbert Hoover, Jay Sturm, Bob Long, Nugent Ragland, john f fi ' No! in hil Conner, Eugene Hansen, George O'Hare, XVi1liam Farrell, john Pucin, John Sanderson, Carl Swenson, Dan Snyder, Albert Butler .Mwwaa-M..,, , J, .,,,,,, ,.,,r , , , 5 Y wir ff. illmm 521 1 L ' ' f wel Q flfeifmr ' 3 N psf! E-gcjgaa 4937 ith V73 Qu? if WSJ? 253 YE. if H Q C M A gif? ,, sufiffmfw- . 902 South Second 5 47 Acme Chaptefs , X J ,L ,f .- - f -V-4 W ,f f , lxgb, V411-I - : ff il? yn'-X am. s,,f ,Q Y-q H 2'-fx 1, 1 "ff J V- E 1,- fQwfN 1-49912 ,EL ffifgf' 1 rf W wg ,K,?Mf,, YQ f nm E5 MD V- Y wx ' X5 axnhfrgf' 1 rw A iw Q 5 fi-2,,,f ax fgww f '2 ,gal QA' if W3 23575, J: Sf .M-f:"i4F' 'ry 'K--v ,IT ':- MTETZFL l-W-i JW Ybffg, 51, - f - 1 , A ww,-.nw Xwba. ,, . ry, ,,f"" 4,.y,:f?-f 1 f'g lb, ..fee,,M ,Q r r X-Effie' ' ff, 'Q T l li l afT1'fim?F'-N., K ff h' ' " PEI' ijll get V mi. fn ,. .' F3 ,n M, .ef 1+ i's"df'a'.1 bww' f 9 mgmw I ' VW, Q ' A 5 .. lf ,X ,f-.. 4, 'P+ at . 1 u y ., jg., VE , "N: 'l 7?-r "wg, i fn 1f1:'i5e, 41 ,fig fag ,-'-..,-- 3' :'4Qp"i ,fffwuee 2,32 W, fi vig, V C W, wi :gm lfgi-gl ll 2 :SQ ff wars 1008 South Fourth 'ljffl 15 Active Chapters W , g ay' Top 1-ow: joseph Qolflmagn, julian johnson, Lyle Button, Walt'eTM2iHbugl1tQn, Artli,ur,,-Wachliolz,'Tlwnxas Maher, Gene Hoffman, Phillip Randall, Robert King, Herbert Seiwerfj Riqhard Strockis ' I ' "'hl N Q' ' 5 Tbiro' row: john Reece", Alan Seder, john Manos, Wilfred Nelson, Willi?irn,j 'ReeCe,,'LIohn, DeBf5fiCe, William Anderson, james Schwetz, Henry Tanton, Albert Jacobson, ,Jarnesi ffambini, Eugene Dorsey " "" ,'fk uQf,5,i,.g.pLs . A Second 1'01,lJ.",!'AChB.I'lrCS Smith, Robert Novak, Paul Novak, Frank Niesen, jameswR'i6lEe, Rawley Handbury, Paul Mooney, Edward Glenn, David King, Stanley Burnham, jami Tustin h Bottom row: Allison Augur, Robert Maulfair, Hugh King, Judson Faw, William Shehan, Harry Burke, Louis Mastores, james House, Harlan Corrie, james Howden, jason Handel, Vernon Fisk, Charles Baker No! in panel: Robert Martin, Louis Stuebe, Edward Sweeney 523 ,M Q Top row: William Koch, Gordon Taylor, Robert Larson, Harry F ' ygr lf f- William Langhoif, Chandler Smith, Ronald Guild, Richard Wood James U Wakefield, Donald Mason, Lewis Wheeler, William Hed , Tbmgegguljg IJIZIFFY qiglilg, lgrimloulr g'citu1i,QZCQlli-amdlzlatthees T E fnxon, john Greene, Robert Kirkwood, Harold Rasmussen Albert S r 3 ' 0 ln S mm, . w i , , i '?QR4NLQ,g J Vi Q f . . Secofid rguyk Rgbelrt Wwakelgeldg Lim:-lis Ignblgna Scott, H. M. Fitch, Keith Hutson, William King Harry ere ma , rt ur itt oe t, war u nic i, f inet R Boltom raw: Jean Boatright, Warren Robinson,bgQjmEBE L ', Bruce Penwe-1, JOh5eb?QS5i5i ichard Thomson, Raymond Rushton, Robert Rice Harold Peterson, Harold Brandenberg, William Not zn panel: Dale McBride, Dale Phillips, John Eberly, Charles Gral1an1TQe3, , Wear SF ' , ,ii ' ' - 6 Q L VVLDL - r . 4 uf East gianiel 8 ctrve apters , lr , ,gli J, 1 in ,, QE 'L i A f , vc, Q, N, Q if TWgT:Igif'if3. ff 'J Nzrf-iiuilm, " 524 ,wa . , i l Z' i . M' r v 455 :w P: , . lei E13 251 , . - if ti' 2321 J af EER?-i ei W'iQwEf5,:3E',aaiJu1e'b liwfillllkll W 29:3 '21 lla an - 302 'East john 74 Active Chapters Top row: William Luedglgiaiwlilliamk Edgerley, bigkggiflij-QQVOHTAS, Edwin Howell, Robert Donald Unteed, Robert Slyder, Charles Urban, Hubert johnson, J,qh2xff'R0os, William Reilly, Edward'f7RQeh1e, john Farley, Daniel,,Mgf"Q, Pearson A I I Third raw: Willia j"jPYee15les, Richard Peeples, Edward Laml'xi1?QHaLQlgl Walter Linzing, William Dallenbach, James Hoekstra, Roger Tobinuafliglyiyil Vogel, john Hamilton, Robert ClaPP, Deilfiflf-L Alfred Smlfhi Donald Peafsfma R9beft.L3num Semnd row: XXlS11iamg1Fe11rs, Martin Bleeker, Kenneth Unteed, William Parker, james Crowley, Philip Dierstem, Roy Meurisse, Ngflllidml Bairstow, Richard Kruse, Abram McConnell, Donal2'l'ii5iIjl4e2s,2gflfQZ5iii'bl?fiFalkenstrom, joseph Gump Q . m Batzom 1'ow5,6'HJDona1f2l Stevenson, Donald Walker, Richard Hall, George SkinriUeFi'mP'Iiillip Schickler, Charles Biegel, Robert Stahl. DU10 Lenclom, Edwafd Wendt f,f13iQnf'f'13'radbury, Julius Hegeler, Alfred Brownfield, William Beck, Gerald Schueneman V Noi in PqZlei3'feRdger Derrough, Morris Durham, Dale Fagan, Allan Goodman, Albert Hall, Harry Hall, Harold Hallstrom, Donald Hosch, Murney Lazrer, Lou1s5fMadtZyvRoland McDaniel, Robert Newell, Edward Smithers, james Stalker, William Tamminga, james Thompson, Howard Walker, Glen Yankee, Samrffel Rwzdlllfllg 525 f fp mffkfllui WWE if M, . "lw'4'517W'7f'a7 lm w,,,fWawd4aiWw -' fa r. :tw Wwaiwmrieisaaf We was W:y7l-,M F' I 'i , 7? ia, , J 13, at ,, Top wwf James lNIcKay, Donald wiim, Ray Pierobon, John Theodore Sanko, Gilbert Fefmie, Edgar wiiks, William Plunkett, 'Robert Smith, Robert Owens, Ralph Riggs, Russell I V Tlurd'row.' Oren Sherman, Edward Hardesty, Donald S Deist, Willard Avery, Wfilliam Spooner, Robert Stauder, Richard Williams, Daniel Durfee, Alan Dixon, I l Serand row: jack Lipe, james Cossitt, Robert Howard Bailie, Robert Gerometta, Bradley Rippel, Wins- low Uebel, David McKay, Paul Cation, Fred r,, Bottom raw: William Bigelow, Charles Vial, Wlangerow, Donalidfiifiilliieiliiggxjohn Bennyhoff, Edward Bruce, Robert Cox, Donald Shaw, lohn McEnery, Clarke Dexter , N02 In panelil Eben Cleveland, john Harney,,4iBg111,fZzigif6"iGulizia, Clifford Waibel, Jerome McCormick, Robert Dwyer, John Leemon, Elliott Young, john Whisenand MASS? xi' 1 JS. wi-T413 R' ,A lie, li 512 East Armory 64 Active Chapters 4 -' f -"eff if 451143KQfe:-eafrfizfsfimxtr-sa fgrep f Q- r QR. nw.-QSSIQTQ f, if x . ,dw in-qi , f , ,,.W:i . I 526 New ,ff f-aim umfe'5t:aLPi MSM-we "e'eJ4" X' is r, , be fm-A if ,fit R if is r N: it , mfr ff. W:1r.,,A.ev.v kfraf X-fa ,siwt ,-fees M it A-e,,,,f-'ii , ,arf 1 frz i M IQQEE , ,V K si K if i' 1 itfwviimi 15351 E flax. iii li '-in 'fQf3w,ww Mural JUCWL 1456 809 West Pennsylvania f 8 Active Chapters A 1 '1:fi:':a:q,T3,5N My' ,Q Top row:R XVifl?m1,Ziffni1Qalt, Philip Eclgcrley, Robert iljigiisifiey, John Stuff, john Binghziii1i?i'!ZhtLrlesil,Martin, Lawrence Bitterman, Robert Loitz, Robert Thomp- SOU, 11556 ,31eY'i',f' A"-sfzffiiw lfv. N., .,r. t.,..,.,ff'gvfT7ff V Third ww: I-latold Gmthel- Kenneth Elliott, H0W3fd Hfdfke, A1fr'CdfCi1lVei'Q':K0geXiHemlien,'Ronald Mitchell, Warren Berner, Ronald Elliott, Francis Vercler, Merwyn Lindstrorn, Keith Vogen 5'FC011ri,1'0'W-' f"'RalpI'1 Fjohnson, Charles Finley, Kent Ryan, Leland Wriglit, ROlS6xiE7.5MulkfhQ:JLRohert Brandes, Paul Finkenhinder, Franklin Laible, Norman Vogen, Wilberti-iSteven5on, Ralph Burnett A' Benign Cord: Perry McClelland, Quintin Elliott, William Hostetter, Williarn Pickett, Donald Smith, Arthur Rosenherger, Neil Noland, John Morris, Donald HX Cf i -' Noi in pqnel: Rolf Vogen, john Xlifilson 527 z ' ' ' -WWUW...-V. X X ' fd Vfxwsfflianififlm Nw My J "' Y 5, , . XA , f Kiss ,ffafffwf 'D fi! f. Rm I , ,,., W wg 5 .Qi .gk fgffiiigv MK Us is '18 .Q 2 , , J ,l . o in , Wx 5 f Q5 707 squfh Third 150 Active Chapters MF ' ' ,.QL-ffww., "wZ1b3flrav 7 Qlff-i -WA lmlrt , ug ,fFiw'fi.: x rr " .5.,!fQj,ufYif.1,,gZ .." vm, V- f 'A1.iW::f Mr W X, . A QU E, 45:5 Qing 'f 74521-i-52141 2531- , w 45? ZX N K fyqmgxgrigi' we fiqwgri MYFM. ., az-J? -lmwg-.f1,. P 'Hahn .1 .L a , ' Q, fi'-iz53gg155gfj" 1,1 A y fx, ,s,,m,,,,Qtji,15H we , is 21 fe., -:lf x w ' E,: ,,W L5 fig H51 V -, ,Nxt fs. rigs Q, 4? q -rffE,tg2:- V 5,1 L? if? 1 -it :yu f E :QM -weary, 1: 5' 5. six ':iQ3if'f'1r'13f2'f 'L '- ' rt 'WLS 'LSD "' lr, M' 'NV M1 tg ,ei nw Qi-, M if si, r,-ef :ref V15 T tl. ffl f3TFfY?"'2e'Z?Zi?i1Ff' 4' rn -fo wif' ,t.1i,fM, , ans 'klililvir 'ICQ ' 'i-+...1,f: -ge 1 , . , 1525 wa W e if 1110 South Second 52,673 19 Active Chapters ,gif-, Ei Tx "" J Sirk 'ii ' ?' rftggiriduliyi . . . Top row: Stuart Ijelfiflek, james Wfhitfield, William Smith,fV:Haif1gy21Jagobs, R0lvertsllE5iSQig?ifgigQlPliill'ip james, Don Coleman, Phillip Simmons, Jean Alfers, Theodore Andefsiltgg' Theodore Bayler, William Buechner, THoiiiii5Q1?NfE5IlTfT'Rii:H5.iSd2?DE7W1tll5'Denney Engnehl Third row: iffech, james Humphreys, Daniel Svoboda, RobeHf3El,ijj,f,'fItilfffii5EldBergQfgbglelkfin Larinert, Richard Hercheri Edward Refhel, Eugene McNally. Robert Schlesinger, Harold Lueder, Raymond Cramer, james Austin I Serond raw.f?EjotirijI.oprieno, Hubert Blazina, Milton Tauchen, Harry Elder, J6set5Iii'Cicciarel1i, Howard Granert, Charles Beile, Edward Graham, Charles Schmidli1,MRQi Vranek, Fred John, john Wood, Russell Miles Bottom Dffqzgisfjgi-H33 Williams, Neal Mabrey, Russell Trimble, George Payne, William Cavanaugh, Arthur Gottschalk, Donald Ourada, Donald Pyles, Garland SmitEQ,,gJQhn 1,i ,gCarlson, John Verlenden, David Kennedy Q Not in panel: George Korecky, Emmett Snow, Eugene Ringstad, Alfred Makulec, Bernard Magill, George Wright, Chester Gawlik 529 Top row: jordan Hauss, William Loranger, Edwin Schlosser, Robert Blodgett, Sarnuel-Nicholl, Jack Ritter, Milo See, jack McQuillan, john Thomas, james Roantree, james DoerryRobert,fSiiar,:fRg5beijtgfjlijplegate, Robert Wisner, Frederick King, Robert Garrett, Fred Berry, George Brenneman ,i.,- L fr- .i-- .-'.' ii.. K ir'-liiilifliiif 7,,. Third row: james Reeves, john Megran, Charles Davisgl1HuQgl'ijEiPaiiker,'-Th'omasfQi,GiLf6y, .:'ie Edwards, james Butler, Wilson Harris, john Meyer, Duane ROWS, Ivan Dahlgren, Kenneth Carey, Robert L,afxe,,!RQb52rt ,IPi-lkifigtrmsiClarfncfr 'f", Brgairsangviggohn Manson, Demetrios Hassakis , Second raw: Frederick McCarthy, Richard Hoove1:1'f,Gle-n ,Ktiffg9"'Richard Erkert, lVIelvi'i1TR-hiiaoll, Clayton Cole, Thomas Chamberlain, Kenneth Rowe, Richard Usborne, Donald Torrence, Carl Beltz, james,5ES'erbarlgg 'William Frazier, Edwin McLean7,"L:-'Kenneth Lundgren, Robert Falkenstein, George Fisher, Wayne JO armsfn r,'t ii, ' Bottom row: Francis Sullivan, Williarn I.aurieg'fRQBe'rt Dwyer, John Stroud, Smith Cobb, johriizgehgfer, Richard Everhart, Robert Rosendale, Albert Gravena horst, Donald Loveless, Glen Truzrllo, RZibert'fi'Klcorn, john Anderson, Charles Atwater, James- uritz Not In panel: Turney Buck, Vernon Lewis,fQiLester Miller, Willis Culberson, Bill Slater, Lee Brangfqrd, Frank Hunt Q 213 East Daniel 110 Active Chapters I l an fa fl 1 W2 2 4 "l tk 4. n , 35' 5 Q " .- , ii A 530 b , n5k'ffg,,z24I f g i ' 7' 9' N i .. V 'QQQ A.,,' iffh ayaarry QQ :F 'W if . l ,MQ A -haw W'HFqQM X 'AG,,g"'X." 1 r x MM CA 'JJZA 4 , K' 'JZ fm, "L 1' if W ,f 209 East Armory iff 119 Active Chapters 'i ' Top raw: Robert Pollock, Donald Miller, William Kolinger, Lawrence Nortrup, Edward Prisliriger, Thomas Thompson, Burton Carter, Herman Roszkowski, Harlow Staleyg' Charles Young, Elmer Frey, john WallaceQ William Todd' 'i V , , I , , , , Third row: Keith Sanders, Maurice Weiman, George Dupre, james' Foreman, Albert Hooverg Richard Seehausen, Richard SlCgfI'1Cd, Richard Klein, Harold Wilson, Stanley Roszkowski, Wilbur Simmons, William Dahlquist, Raymond Barnes ' Q , Second roww Ralph Snlefkal, Robert Duensing, Donald Olander, Robert Quaintance, Sydney Wood, William Richards, Rae Nehls, William Schoenherr, joseph Drabelgj Kenneth cElroy, George Megginson, Robert Moore, Donald Grim V I , Boftvm row: LRichard DeWitt, William Stallman, Russell Phipps, Donald Duensing, Richard Livermord, Paul jones, Richard Kohout, Kenneth Bailey, Richard Myers, Richard Duprc, Glenn Grosse, George Reihmer Nor in jmnel: William Joynt, Edward Bukovsky 531 Top Fifth row Robert Family r john Third row: jelliffe, Serand raw: Stephens Bolrom row: Not in panel Dobbratz ' 5 3 2 fir David Woodward, James Shelden, Paul McCreery Wayne Robert Holmes, john Richardson, Ralph Srlberman eorge Taylor, John Grassfleld, Philip Parker, Gilbert, Robert Driver, Richard Fole Barker, William Back, Louis Bechtol Jack DeWitt, james Lefebvre, David Bechtold Lewis john Swisher, Richard Baldwin Robert Downs, Hubert Dodds Edward 309 East Chalmers ' 1 , 108 Acme Chapters ilififglm ." xx 5' ,U ,,, gvifxqef Y. , 1 Wy" , ,, 1 f- Vw l X fi-"' aft? Sk, -A , fl 5151, ,E ,ffrfw-., 'f- f,,4Qi,n--a1r.:?'g:f-vgm M5 . -1 A , fit' fuibigf 'wwf T2 f R iff?-i:iQ'f5' ll ,rr fri" go, , C C 907 south Third 33 Active Chapters T017 giwvid Lrouis Fatz, Bernard Miller, Matthew Alan Rosenberg, Burt Bresnil-:, Robert Pressman, MO OPPC . Family raw: Mayer Gerald Bernstein, Le: Ad'eY5r1i3,,,,,Marvin Ellis, Ronald E5sei5rrra.,n,'!S1Hgij6ld Neer, Robert Postelnelc, john Strauss, Edward Klein, Sanford Lewinthal,,,Lawrenee Krulewitch, Robert Berman,'QIQY-f,Harnick, Doqgldf-Korenww'7ig'ZW Tlaifffl row: Verr1i'513!'f':iffson, Donald RaPPSPort, Donald Silvertrirst P' - K' ,, iw Ere E11 er, ,,HQW.a1ili,Sael1u1tz, Milton Rich, Sherwin Blum, Franklin Feder, Alan Steen, Paul,,"We1niger, Jerome Berkowitz, Robert Brandwein, AlvinrWeiinStEin,Q5ErOi'o'efQRg3ehstone, Myron Chapman Second row: ,fF1'ankli,n Conn, Bernard Weinstein, Blair Patur, Robert HirsqehgaR,obcrtiBrQgl2iwyf'Richard Eiseman, Harold Schwartz, Mrs. Chorn, Sheldon Berman, Leonard,,fAdler,-,Stanley Bauman, jack Baras, Robert Green, Merrill Litowf"jaek'fafTe, Phillip Fleishman ' I , I Bozlom 1'01g1f'f'f Ted-JYeager, Alvin Levine, Arthur Gould, Albert Broday, Robert Claver, joseph Goldberg, joseph Levinson, Barry Wrlk, Leonard Kipnrs, Jack Shaffer, A.la1ig!R0senblat, Irwin Blitstein Nat in ptihelk,-Charles Kramer, Alan Krane H M , enry autner, Raymond Nusinow, jules Ritholz, Gerald Rosenfield, Robert Salmon, Sidney Schnitz, Irving Scl1w2frtZQJt'Herbert Spector, David Pochis, Robert Shapiro at ,sf 2 i V z-1' 533 Top row: Robert kins, Thomas Earl Shapland : Rob Third raw eft Hiser, Second row. Raper, Boftnm row: Mehlig, Nor in panel: Raklouits W james 6LlflfLlflfLd 401 East john 74 Active Chapters oetz, Richard Edmonds, Thomas Cunningham, john Wat- Hutchinson, Robert Eyster, Walter Riddle, William White, Bridges, David Mills, Robert Anderson, Bruce Douglas Helm Otto Nedved, Edwin Little, Charles Spaeth, Frederick Ballentine Frank Carrol, Richard Olson, Lee Knopf, Donald Maechtle, Wfilliam Pitts, Richard ffm 534 N W lrifiir is Wm-, 5i21N,w- ll, 471' .fain ff '. .' . QM 1, ,W ,.,, .- -. smite 24 ,fr-7,-, we f- ,. vm, N x Q9 'X J. , , S. I .C ' "'f'?gQ5,..q.,4.,,rf gi' 'Y -,S d f -1 .xnfw ,D I rg aa .. .4 Y Qffii' ,ij rT?f1f?,7ir eg vez' I-Jwfii.'-. ?'3U"'Wff-E - 1, rg: .- fr 5'i"'-f'7'l- -I-3 .e laffifi " 1. n pr :Mitzi -, r-1 - AV JSA' ' ' 1 ' -gl ,. , '-- "H-:.,1jrf G- A ' - - - ies-. 'f-' y- ,-E' kkk,, , . ,M ,,f .:: , ,, :5e,,.. L - Lg., '524 S- ' F -diff " s tir.:-'fi' iilisifiiya - V.-F '--A :,::" .T"f'. 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K I 1 f ff: Q, he-rm ,..,. r ,,,. wr, 5, 0 My :....r:.f- ' AN --fvgggd, 3,-ffl-f gz egz '1- W4' l W 310 East Chalmers ,V 29 Active Chapters ' Tap row: Donald Perille, Robert Ryan, Michael Kondzella, Frank Callozzo, Theodore Schmitz, Francis Crowley, George Schmidt, Charles Wl11fm0fC Fam-lla raw: Arnold Bitterman, Robert Ramsey, Edward Pinger, Pat Calabrese, john Lichter, Jerome Kelly, Rudolph Magnane, Alphonse Kozrol, john Scofield Third 1'0w.',,William Clancy, Robert Kling, Robert Nickels, Robert Doherty, Ezekiel Farmer, Leo Hart, Robert Wiss, John Hulla, Mitch Weisner Sefomi row: Francis Murphy, William McElroy, john Fitzgerald, Anthony Del Boccio, Richard Prindiville, Charles Clough, William Mueller, Robert Bettasso, Lawrence Wysocki Bottugn raw: John Fellner, Edward Mullins, John McQuaid, Fred Baxter, john Stengel, William Maloney, Fred Rohr n I I Not rn Enamel: joseph Grirnrner, Robert Kruppe, Edward Mite, Robert Prymuski, Kenny Quirlc, Anthony Raimondr, 'john Regan, Patrick Regan, William Seo eld, James Sweeney, Harold Teehan, Thomas Cochrane, Leslie Guderyahn, jack Kiefus, Harold Onesto, William Reckentin 535 Top raw: ,John Hagen, Howard Wallin, Robert Watson, Pierce, james Tobermann, Allen Trelease, Walter Osterkorn, y Robert Roy, Chrrs Abelmann, Wilnam rlensold, Ward, james Zintel, Rolf lrgens - Tbmi row: Harold Lindahl, john Jaacks, George Prentice, Byron Watkms, Robert Scott, R1chard Haffner, Walter Hagen, Joseph McAdam, Edward Thumanmwgi Harry Krause l Second f0.1l!.' Tom Landise, Charles Faulkner, john Charles Tobermann, Reid Howe, Darrell Jarvis, Frank Xiilg1t1n,gf Joel Ware, Gene Durren, Thomas Walter Mtylo, Wesley Spears, john Henberger, Donald Hubbartt, eff aff? -"' . Ballom row: Albert Puccetti, Frederic Lindstro Vi,,R'QI54iEt"'Malinskv, Mathew Senn, DouglasQ2fEiiyQSEHoward Baur, Joseph Ambrose, Ronald Wedel, Prent1ce garfhall,JolhnkTevebaugh, Thomas BenneH,.,gQAlqbQt Lanphear, Richards Cramer, Albert Matsler, Gene Benny, Edward Ware, Chester Craft, 1 1am o as a 4 - Nat iq: panel: john Haupert, Donald Erskriiginneth Norgaard, James Harp, jr., Gerald Holsxgjga, Melvin Roske, Ernest Fraz1er, Alv1n Colles, Raymond C1szek, Earle Bell, George Sibons, Ral5iljegHeln1ericks, William Taft, Spencer Quick, Gerald Rerriljrirjgd 575153 if . 1 0 1 o xaifg Wiif 911 South Fourth L i 53 Active Chapters M N- ffvr rs e-' s , aa,-1, ,Q sq,-5 a 5 , X S rf' mf' 5,1 ., freer 'CEE gi ,ef if arg, grit, 4-r 'ef iff Tl. '65 " Qfiif if ' lx , l 223557, ir M Xa' V, .3 7,3 113, ga, ,527 'Ri I2-. W f' J?Sl1,'E2T21'fgma-e-1f'1?i?iiegW" was 2 eff-i2:1wz'fcz , ,L S . A 445'55WillN5fZ3fiI4Ysm1i6f"543R' .. X , T' X ,f,-,,.', x l i g P' ' HF! ,riff 5 ii "TQ 517 ? K 5" RM 4, ff? fi!" ' ze-I ,,,,,,.ffa-+:"???if-' X it '1zT?'iiZF'? ,ft i W ,, C i , C li VII' A L VVLKL 313 East Chalmers 40 Active Chapters Ag , ,fg,,f A A e'-ag. A-1 ., .f', 'if , Top row: Roger PurdyQ5TfKehnetl1 Davis, William BaRrr,a,Bruce Bailey, Albert Lowe, ,IohfnnDaniel'son, Pat Sullivan, Robert Carlson, Walter Klein, Hugh Huber, Thomas,,Dodo.,f Gene Lebwick, james Love, Roberts-,.Ijlorter, Christopher Z,afitf,'ZArthL1r'Bbvenkerk - Tbird vow: Edward Healy, john Finfrock, John Wurtsbaugh:,AL1-pGeDrgf.3,,,Eisoher,i-fgjfahlesiIDunn,,Joseph Prezorski, Robert Fairbanks, Donald Bahr, Stephen Fapier, Gilbert Beatty, Robert Hartung, William Bigelow, Philijjfg,SteWart,i'RQbert'l'CuW.5ert, Ernst Weber, Evald Anderson, Roger Etnyre, Alexander emont H Second 1'ow.'f"Charles Smith, Richard Evans, William Van Duzor, Robert 'lVllailley,g,ZNiblhol:as Krasowsky, John Johnson, Robert Knuepfer, Arthur Archer, James Piersonfliowarfd Egeland, Paul Nelson, Robert Deneen, john Westenhaver V Q Botlom ro,w'. 'A-' janjes Mitchell, Harry Swanson, Harold Alvin, William Beeson, john Severns, Dale Albert, Donald Shearburn, Gene Buwick, jerrie Tracy, Rodney Moon, Robert Grennimz, George McGinn, Hawley Smith, Norman Skraastad, Theron Beeson A l Not m pqgzelgx 1-Glenn Shunneson, William Graham, james Battersby, Robert Mmning, Robert Powell, Edward Mason, Gordon Peterson, William Weber as asm - f -fl 4 -aw, .v -, .1 537 Top 1-ow: Pittman Third john Seforzd Vow Eaton, Bottom row Kinkade, Not in panel .' W Elton Long, Alvin Watne, A' ggi M 1 K, Vi 1004 South Second l " 55 Active Chapters 538 Karr, William Prentiss, james Huff, William XVelch, Robert Clarence Hinderer, Paul Brothers, Robert O'Nenl, Donald Robinson, Carroll Nelson, William Richard Price, Robert Piper, Edward Spengler, Frank W rt t , " 5-14 z 5 W ,F ive lx ga :HX 2 If w W1 l '39 sf x - ,z .19 , -14,9 ZA 402 East Daniel 86 Active Chapters TOP BOW-ddlghglggllrl, James Coe, Edward White, 'Carl Roach, john-"Nelson, Williamli Roush, Robert Nussbaum, Elliott Craine, Emil Spencer, joseph Thornton, ona C e H V Y' Third row: ,Leonard Durham, William Simon, Kent Morgan, Louie Donoho,,Harold Callahan, Algerd Krukas, William Martin, George Berg, john Wrenn, Dan Nestorzdesg John Watson Sammi 1'01AfL' John-'R0lander, Robert Reynolds, Donald Woodward, William Sands, James Waters, Kendall Bates, Roger Bard, james Carr, William Swenson, Howard Schwalb, Alvern Bonnettl Bollofn mug: Robert Wyllie, John Sailor, Donald Dillie, William Nelson, Guy Packard, John Dewey, john Palandech, Robert Chambers, Gerald Farwell Not In panel: George Sinclair, Duane Maunder, Wrllram Mumfurd, Wendell Winkelman, Harmon Eveland, Thomas McCormick, Roy Gatewood R 539 'X Tap row: Louis Matusiak, Russell Birk, Harlan Klotz, Melvin Kelly, john Poppelreiter t Tl9l1'aIgroIgv.' Rixlph Matusiak, Kreel Kasserman, Ferdinand james Kasserman, William Frey, Earl Parge, James Vertm, Peter e asqua e . . 5050714 "UW" P1'0fCSS0f PUU12-m, Rifhiifd MOIZ, john Roeser, George Shoemaker, Paul Phmney, Richard Coleman , Professor Norto n Bottom row: james Bayne, james Murphy, Brindise, Argyelan Ax ,-.:. Q fr... Y. . 2? . Q' fi? . 5 I . , - fn f .sais an fllazsii 1002 South Lmcoln gr . wxf-in YA BRN 32 Acnve Chapters V591 5 Qcfifigv X-:hw as If "QM-1PM H X .f 1'-lv ef., Q 4 pf 4 Q AA?43!!5',, ,V ' " 135' l'e5'rc-el-uf Q' 55" - EQ- ffl ,W :farm 5151 1 W, 111.5 Q V ng '- M ir, N., L,-Q ., J aux" 1 Ugg 'F , ff"- 'Y If Eff 5" " r,fJ'n1Yf' , 'if in E 2 if f ' ww ragwaff rf' wr' N ll t af" V - ' x 41, Q If 'V 3 R 'Y Kiiiz Wliiix mifzfeeifix Xumzrim idk wfisfz r'irJii'!-,WY fig iijbe, Q 1113 3 4, f,ff:tf'pw' giviirfag O QQ, O W A , 513, 52 East Armory 38 Active Chapters jkijrijjlg Top raw: Williarnf7Fi'sCh'ler, Paul Heifetz, Robert Goldbergiigglliibzmglalionem, Reichenstein, Leonard Graivier, Marvin Goldsher, Eugene I Roth, Herbertffflarrjrige, Hubert Eschelbacher, Seymour Sacks,ageijnffiifYTXXZg'i5fY1argf:fEewsierJSa-drgwsky Third row: Soliillavrgfg Leonard Oppenheimer, Robert Drucker, Morriisif'Eylisgg',EaillgQB,rdWhglQMafsTral Cherkas, Victor Trubitt, Richard Greenberg, Howard Lehr, Ronald Wtfrtfitesgyfjoseph Kaplan, Albert Rosenthal, Herbert Frumkes ' Second Lourre, David Follender, Phillip Koenig, Norman KahnfM'R??fl'r'QfffiEIi Cardozo, Isaac Allen, Leo Rudnick, Seymour Friedman, Marvin Cooper,gsfjI?a.i1l'fj ocose, Arnold Lamm, Marvin Zwillman Botlom raglan 'Slrejwyn Trubrtt, Donald Banovitz, Arnold Addison, Bernard Bendiner, Harold Wiener, Sanford Fox, Charles Bernstein, Morton Finkel, Norbert Rosc?Qlgal,imQgymour Rosenstein, Morton Corwin No! In anel: ugene Gold, Kenneth Freedman, Irving Waller, Eugene Solar, Stuart Narrod, Edward Cohen, Harold Smith, Paul Bleustein, Marvin Levinson 541 Top row: Franklin Fischer, Richard Machamer, Charles MiHQIVg"i'Ch3lfl6S ,k-i H opkins, ifh-- Donald Acer, Walter Kenyon, George Culp, William Lee, Jack Tallman, -Wendell Young, Horace Hardy, Fred Zandier, Donald ,SWEEC4,Alan-,Keene'nf GeIxe'fMqCarthy, Bruce Macdonald n Tb11'd1'0w.' james Cunningham, James Schmidt, Leonardg3Weber,,,Lawrence''Qlds-,,Thomast-Jimrick, 'Charles Cram, Fred Fischer, jesse Gary, Bartl Main, Marshall Smith, William Hutchings, Bahne Hundirifq, iglHH1fSEi,WiH3f15,.fR0bEff ,'-,B aveff- 5 --h' - Second row: Raymond Peterson, Charles Hurter, DfotiagldfE'-J'0linS0i1,,.1'Heilie'rt' jackson,'-,WillAiam,iiBurriss, Warren Alcock, Theodore Ranney, Lxnell Bock, Eugene Kwasniewski, Grant Nelson, David Prav i'-' V77 "-- Qlffd Bottom row: Anton. Monfort, William Kidd, EdWiQQEdVijEjScher, john Williams, Frank Kenyvgrtljfi, Charles Macharner, Joseph Moore, Glenn Brown, Richard Frost, Eugene Giesler, Lee McLaughlin ,,'i'f1'j'Efjif-U' 1-J ffl No! 111 panel: Otto Schuck, Kirk Kandle, Day-i'df'Lamoree, David Pyle 'i-i' ",' I C Z . L6 .f 313 East Arrno.y 28 Active Chapters ,, 2l5'i'l4g- fi , , 'T .fi N- ,A in.. My ,5c1kr.,x 542 x N f X 1 - .. , -a .Zilla ' ,V ,N xi- i M ,aff 1, 5 az 211 East Daniel 120 Active Chapters Top ww: Ben Overstreet, Joseph 'Boyiitongrykalgh Chaney, Robert Redfearn, George Haupt, Harmon Freeto, Harmon Kelly, Kent' D1ttman,.jol1n Cannon, james Warren, Samuel Crispin, Frederick Greengngjames Fleming, Paul Behan, Donald Nelson, John O'Neil, Gerald Evans, Richard PhillipS, Wllllafll Madden, Richard Henry, Robert Hinkle, Tal jonz,'r-Wi.lliam Falls, Alby Plain V, V' V I Third 1-ow: Donald Schevers, John Sisson, Daniel Laymon, Robert Simpson, Ray Zurnbroolc, Paul,Bradley, Donald Robinson, Donald Benoist, Ross Cornwell, William Koester, Thomas Bradley, Kay Ross, james Bryant, john'Martin,,Allen.'Sanford, David Morris, Donald Vollmer, Robert McClure, Robert Whitmer, Arthur Lennon, Edward foudriat, james Linder, Thomas Palnierf - , ' f 1' , , Second row: Arthur Tompkins, Donald Caldwell, John Jacobson, john Stevenson, john Tarrant, David Hanson, Raymond Mathisen, Stanley Koenig, Otho Barthlow, Otho Kile, Fred Carrier, Richard Plain, 'Charles Curtis, William Snyder Boftom row: Ronald Gibbs, Robert Breunig, Russell Hinote, Delford Cantrell, james Sullivan, Warren Becker, john Karraker, Graham Bradley, Bruce Camp- bell, Dan Hooten, Richard Gibbs, Robert Schafer, john Pratt, Richard Parker, Darrell johnson, jerry Falder, Tony Salerno h A Not in panel: Robert Goralski, Thomas Knight, Gerald Murphy, William Nrrvconib, William Pickrell, Ffed Stokes, Jerome Sagefr Samuel Weldon, Wllllalll VzmLeuWenn, Herman Landon, Orville Kruse 543 fckwy 1 U V ,Q , ' exe, gg, V ,fs -4.41 fm ,5Eigy'f? uw , A, M, 'wssffx 544 gf, 54 E iff f F 'Q f . , f at 51? x ik CQ gg 23 4 Elf gg ,X 35 'Mae mos South Fifth 38 Actlve Chapters rm . . .A f bf 4 , - - . mflQ4m,,4-:,EW.W+-.,4 . W Ef- mm 'Mr' .-FY . 113125555512 '?!9?f 915 ' Qgiiifffgr, '5 cw W E-gi gg ffl' 595' weseffwkf ' P ,fi-F wif E' ' fllliimr ,f M4-f' f uf W I ' Qfgwfwg, 39125 ,in . i ,n,, 1, ,,.., if "1 :Sli ' I II 54 i - Ta ' I M 'I MI 5 O I LVVLZL 410 East john X l 108 Active Chapters Top row: Robert james, jam,es,LC655fmRobe'rtiisoloxxaan, james Nelson, james Leeming, Eugene 'FKoch, fl-Ierbert Rowe, Lloyd Carnahan, Robert BlllS,IWllllHI11 Costigan, Philip Stoddardgfjullian Collins, Joe Stewart, Mason Bittinger, Donald jol1nson,iDonald:fWhite, john Coburn, jack Vaniman, Julius Fiebig, Ralph Harpham, Alvin Gold, ,Sheldon Becher, Robert Grolljihleal Hammon I Third row: Perry Moss' j'Phillip DeCarnp, Bruce Simmons, Jo'sephf.,Zearing, Gene Fairbanks, Roylbixon, Richard Carlson, Charles jelliffe, Harold Lankford, William MoorejI.RQbert Zimmerman, Richard Rost, Sam MeCE0llii'iX1y"iGeorge'Mullins, William Jensen, john Truemper, Charles Supple, jack Blackman, Wfilliam Pickett, Dean Schroeder 1,9 ,. I 'I' I Second 1'o1a.j ,Thomas Hemstreet, Karl Aron, Alan MacDonald, Charles "Frank,'Chafles' Hopp, XVilliam Herleman, XVarreIn Ramshaw, Robert Bischoff, john McKinziej Charles Armour, Ben Fisher, Merrill Prichard, Jack Harris, G5HE4W00d,'Jl1H Farris, Burt Hayes, Fred Bristol, George Ilaeger, Russell Steger, David Briefly, ,joseph Saban. Paul Douglass I I I , Balzom royir 'Robert Stone, Neale Skorburg, Philip Bell, Randall West, Richard Bruggen, Stan Brown, Robert Baird, George IBristol, William Green, John Neal,,'fIIohniSchumacher, Dickinson Wiltz, Franklin Roth, Aubrey LeGrande, Robert Watson, Robert Lankford, Del Bremicker, Clay Irick I Not in pflllfff' Donald Schroeder, Fred Steers, john Davis, Kenneth Marlin, Paul Hamer, Tom Hollingshed, Richard Rapp, Chester Trost, Harold Prichard 545 T017 row: Robert Wood. William jackson, Kenneth Bernard Ardisana, Albert johnson, Jack Ekstrom Family row: Thomas Martin, James Ure, Stanford Frank Thorne, James Kenyon, Thomas Czaja, Albert Meyer, Angus McDonald Third row: Robert Holzbeierlein, Henry Doney, Thomas Dolan, james Ticer, George Hughes, Warren Glenny Kent Odom, Lee Draper, Richard Larsen Semrzd raw: John Czaja, john Rennick, john George Wirth, Harry Doty Borrow row: ,lack Cahill, Mark Garritson, Nor William Flesher in 171771611 Ladd Faulkner, Edward Rumsey. George Martin, james Dolan, Greene aims Richard Schwerdt, jack Polivka , Roland Puccetti, Richard :l l. ' ' Parsons, Jn 11 lxanbeig, 1440 1009 West Pennsylvania 99 Active Chapters 54 6 1, john Morrisey, james Zemek, Edward House, Ferguson, George Ginos, Edward Olson, Stephen Reagan, Robert Scanlan, Kenneth Duty, Charles Price, George .4 x w , XE? ' 1 J If , 7, .ar 5355, rg, y-. V ,V f r f it R ' a, '.i,ra,-alms ,X 0 o Rf, V L VVLQ 6 23 if 1105 West Illinois 7 Active Chapters 'f f-. Q4' 'A , , , . , . ,J Tap 1-nw: Kermit Knetsch, Paige Burbank, Edwin Witort, Wilfrird Slmrrtleft, j:iclcv.Mfirrtgomery Savant! 7'0ZU.'!,' Robert Fox, Herbert Schultz, Hugh Connolly, Melvin Reiter, W'i1ynefl1Smutz, Robert Degenkolb Third rawgf Kenneth McOwan, john Stephens, Ronald johnson, Robert Kroening, Alfred Webster Fourth ralui: 'George Zanotti, Clark Marsh, 'Charles janke, john Podmajersky, XVayne Welge, james Burton Borrow raw: Robert Stephens, Richard Hammack, john Shurtleff, Robert Beals, Everett Schwarm, William Trader Noi in panel-:' Maurice Kimbrough, George Reiter, Roy Bickelhaupt, Robert Newbolrl 54 Top roqu' Jack Wcst, John Raffensperger, Bob Milan, Howard Ross, William ,Pipher, Paul Matheson, William Wier, Tom Phillips, Fred Weik, Ed Paluga, Tom Stomer ,'1: FWWIJ "0Wf' R0bCff Galbfeafh, Terry Johnson, Philip Charles Delbridge, Donald Flaherty, Ted Kendrick, Leo Ambrose, , Theodore Bockman, Dale Arvidson, Robert Eck, Kretz . U Tblrd 7'0Mff -Donald Freldag, James Swanson, Kiesfef, Keflilffh Pickens, NOIFUHH SEMSURU, Afhllle Maggioli, jesse Bushee, Ivan Elliot, Arthur r', Second 'rowa Frank'Hladik,, Richard, Frankenber Rapp, john Runyon, Fred'tH5iQe,2-f'-1Martin Wright, james Sears, jerry Witt, James Grady, Don 1El-lis, Leif Maseng, Robert' Johnson, Battogz rolu5:L Richard Brogren, Don Fraley, Ernie Meier, Robert Carr, Tl16YxQiriS,f',iQKenney, Walter Rust, Charles Shumard, 'Clarence Bezio, Q n 3 3 Z jf 1 il .r fi Noi in panel: Martin Matheson, John Vincent Wasilewski, Max Gulo, Robert Rack, 'Wfilliam Schroeder, john Strom, Robert Highland, Kenneth Qglhnson, Christ Katsinas, William Meggigfsifjack Levy, Frank Carter, Wfilliam Gregg, Frank jandagf-.Norman Elliott, Thomas Yates, Jack Parchman, Carl ters YQ-mf, sag S Q g A , e o a E il'e QL: V-.k 1105 South Fourth X 79 Active Chapters ,E 2 PV 4 or WA, :J als. A 1 it 1 . , , 1 r X K V f-2 w 1 m,,Wa,s ,J an 1- - " b ,lb .gat 3, -.,fgNnA1e' Lil ., W , r, mr' 548 r 5511 tv ,, , . f M A W 'Wil ffl , ' "WR z1,?r:v.e..,,, , Jyiilgb, ii Tk r ,ggisa,rf,re,,seMei,3'g57:g,, ,Wm W "WH Wi rf' 4531, 12,5552-A Qiqwi -f, ' 'N N' -As0.W,.. -wg 'IMP 1- 1 f ' ' Will, f'iflfEf5Wf5'Z7f5 vig' "if " "" ' ii'.fEiJH" " Kz53,m,.e " ws-me '5 y esteem ff 1 r.f'f'TL,5f it f fr KT WN 1 ,sm Z., 'ff 'im ff an Z fiix, -it V- we ..-Q fl j -?,'Qi1'?ff'E'3I?'ffi-EM. L -1, 'ii if ff? ' W r, u ,. .LW U7 A O il U L 1440 1 402 East Armory 36 Active Chapters Top row: Jameseschrodt, Harlan Baker, Homer Erzinger, GarrelVil3urgoori,i''Stlfdlieyiiifllhomas, Pfulb, Roger Gustafson, Martin Chase, Perlee Tintnry, Harry Streeter, Edwin Callahan, Richard Heininger, William Naney, james Tbird raw: ,Philip Lewis, George Asselin, Ronald Black, Joseph Tir1tari,"Lee,, Earl Ruesch, Bert Olson, James Strunck, Robert Seifert, john McCarthy Second vow! .Kenneth Connell, Arthur Fleming, Richard johnson, Trevor Jones, Cranston Green, Arthur Schaefer, David Kraift, Willard Druckker, John Botmm If'b1ll.' Richard Doyle, john Greyer, Fred Kondzella, Lowell Dewhirst, Wfallace, David Hatton, Royal Krause, Robert Vitt, Nick Janos, Gerald Get i T459 ' ' Fwy' Sviytalc, Rliqliarid Walker , Iurpbull-,"George Morrow, Robert Dannehl, George Bard, james Dewhirst, Robert Keppner, john Boone, Robert Hughes, Lyle Smith, Beecher Zachary, Albrecht, William Meehlinig A Charles Donnelly, james Femmg, Thomas Hayden, Allan Webster, Robert aghty 549 Top row: Leonard Soroka, Gerald Levant, Earl Deutsch, Seymour Sherman, David Stein, Bernard Bernstein, jacob Shechter, lf?irtl1urdPeirbohner, Arthur Pollakof, Martin Ackerman, Sidney Polansky, Lawrence Kassover, Myron Swartz, Oscar Siegel, OWU one Wird WW-' Phill? Ridl, Hafflld Bruno, Rffbeff Marcus, Gene Lowenthal, Melvin Katz, Robert Bloom, Lawrence Schatzman, Theodore Berkson, Stewart Koppel, QQQQEQHQ'?JiEWiSfg5'J'ErrS1ffBi?2iiiIf-,tQiI3QiElieirrl':fifiizitilgel, Sol Zwerling, Hillel Rosenthal, Norman Lerman, Barre Marder, Leonard Karninsky .,,, Serand raw: jack Mandel, joseph Oshiver, Frank, Roy Cooper, Irving Baumrind, William Dorf, Melvin Febesh, 322231 Wei55, JOSCPI1 M8fg0liS, Edward Brotman, Morey Slodki, Charles Karp, Ned Fleishman, David Kantro, Irving Bvffonz !'0Zlf'.' Morris Beschloss, Kenneth Portman, Harold Wlexler, Seymour Arnold Swerdlow, Harvey Brodsky, Stuart Pompian, jordan Rizer, Perry Samuels, Leonard Lester Mayber, Marshall Goldberg, Thomas tkiy L awrenre Fordham, Alfred Eisenberg, Sheldon Robinson 'fl I gt' 1 Q2 ' ali? f 0 ffiiirii 5' Y - ,rg .l,5,liX X .... ,hwy 'f :lik nos south Fir-sf 27 Active Chapters R W W WM MQ i Z .i , W,-.W ,,,, or sQ7'fA"?rr ' ' :gf X, Ntyftsrqifs mm, i9:jfffy'31f5QEQj1,Qfi2k,,? 2 Q., 4m,r.:fgwi fre , 11 -fe, ' ' gf-N: f We YWQW ie , i R s l,: , , L ,,. K iii .K K Q . 105 East Armory 53 Active Chapters Top row: Roger"StruIlf, Michael Burnstine, Howard Blum, Howar'clffwWeirfjjerg'TK'iirt Karmin, ,Wilfliam Alter, Robert Solomon, Wfalter Servos, Sheldon Nemer- ovski, Harfy Schiff, Leonard Lautcr, Arthur Baker, Philip LeviinsrgngLeonfi-Ierzog,i.Siglney Dechter, Harold Price Third row: I,-David Jadwin, Harold Chukerman, David Simons, Donald Seggl,'Alfred'Druth, Charles Holleb, Eugene Coyne, Robert Grombach, john Graham, Ira Penn, JayMil1er, Leigh Rosenblum, Arnold Brookstone, Russell Fish'n1an"'i" I I , , Sernzm' wwf Melvin Frank, Alan Wasserman, Burton Zoub, Melvin Barkan, Jerome Raffel, Marshall Segal, Richard Karzen, Gilbert Eckerlrng, Marvin Loeb, Richard Lowitz, Burton Posner, Donald Glassman Q , Bolfom ,r91v: ,Robert Cohn, Roger Zinn, Richard Brams, Mark Eidlin, Raymond Stern, Fred Reif, Paul Aronson, Earl Glick, Sanford Kovitz, Paul Symons Not in fwnel: Michael Altenberg, Daniel Comm, Jerome Goldfischer, Lee Mann, Herbert Kaufman 551 Tap Wack, Robert Englis, Harry Halterman, Erwin joseph Stiak, Peter Gotfryd, jack McMorrow, Carl Wakeman, Robert Zellmer, Guy McCune, Thomas Richards, Walter Tucker, Richard Nightingale, Ward Botlom row: Hoover White Nat in panel .- Johnson, Kenneth Engelbrecht, Robert Smith, K W 102 East Chalmers 55 Active Chapters -,q,:W7y.,em,,,l,..,,x 1 - Q, -reggggrg, f '-25515525 -.fiikeffv-wwQ..4a..,X . YLJ?iSQ3fiTi5f1T"3:1S f'L31'QSS5:N'!imjf'fvl?1i'f iifli f'2Efx??Y'4'1TI5!f"iT'fW'4?"'W' w . Wm!-ef 1QgQ2'.'ggr1,P'fQ-f 2 Q1-Sf.g:QQ, - r4,a,x3Z?v.f,,L,,, Si 0.4,r,,?i 'V ex Q X 5, ck Re5vertsf Robert Garrels, Charles - If f a A f fifl f 'es ' :fa-so gymrf'k,,fQwi, , A ,Hx ,ri A 1 . 'fa ' ,Mp ' K Ali' af'73TFEf:i, F f? lily' N L' lf? 5555 FIT? 505 East Chalmers 72 Active Chapters ' , ,, ,mv I ,ga .5 amz f2H21f'fl"'m' " " M'-' N I Vlffvff Top row: ROdl'l,BYFiJllII1C'Si, Henry Wiley, Dale Gubbins, Robert Stanley Icenogle, John Schmaling, Bill Franks, Marshall . I.eSueur, Lou Azar, Gene Kessinger, Judson Terrell, Robert Donefg'-Tutti'T21's7Gk,J'F',Herbert,,Moberg, Harold Konrad, Ted Gilleland Tlazrd row: Dick Rueckert, Gene Sullenger, Paul Pomeroy, Walter Kerr, i'WarrQi1if,jBl'gris6nl,'Bruce Everitt, john Sim, Philip Carroll, Ted Bedell, Jack Shewalter, jesse Rol:erts',,Howard Simmens, Robert Ward, Charles Broderick, Edward Harrison, Robert Quick, Arthur Tanner, Chad Reed I h A Second f014lf-Q,HRIl?id Sortor, Louis Schaumburg, Stan Fronczak, joseph Palmer, Larry Greene, Donald Lundahl, Raymond Baxter, Francis White, Victor Lewl5dv1tZh,'El'mer Fcagelsong, Norman Mayer, William McVay, john Peterson, Robert McCarthy, William Larsen - I Bottom mzufr, T3Edgar Lun een,-john Youngs, William Arnholt, Raymond Thompson, Larry Larsen, Bernie Krueger, William Byrnes, Jack Stuebe, Ox, William Burt, Robert Wylie, William Buck, Robert I.eSueur, james Ingels, Richard Dahlen, Donald Cole, Charles Secondino 553 Top fowx Robert Mallary, Charles Morrison, William Chitten,deg1SZEfgi3W2i9i16ff,Qij5iiEij-QQQDale Kirkpatrick, Norman Novak, Albert Cromer, Hugh Rigney Charles Plummer, Clarence Lemar, Allen Flitcraft, Robert Asmus,fgEirli5i3QfQg1pg353-Qg3j,,E5g1gggk1,,iWilggn, Daniel Treml Third row: Sam Castree, Robert Carlson, Joseph Webb, Patrick Sharpe, John Ingrassia, Charles Black Frank Remy, Fleming Flott, Joseph Steidl, Douglas ,l,- Sfrand raw: Gerald Siegwart, Jack Clay, Robert Kastner, Herbert Bekermeier, Francis Brylski Philip Hospers Edward Shaw, William Donne, Ronald Skold, Thaddeus Pierzynisklfffjfjifigilflf,fy Bnftam row: joseph Spitler, Kent Spencer, Georgejibleliokfeiljohn Longman, David Hodglirnsyfvtkigpert Lindquist, james Hager N, -,:-,.,.: 1. ,,..f Y rf- s,,,, r... , f , Jr ,X ,,V,, . We QS QAM Jaffa I if ilfffif 901 South Second 28 Active Chapters 7412? , may ' Ei' . W5 2,555M1f:T'?ii51145. 554 .rtr 1 ,,,,,,, limi- n, ,Vw ..., , .M ' if-5'55iiW x7Z4?'AfiK5I4?fE-ff 'Uwe rm ew,-.Art Q, se firr -an 1 , as .sf -Wei ,L f.Q.-sfm My 1 1 eww... ,ww fs: ff ff V: , e , ,R ,rr ,r,,,,c,. ,,,,, ,, M at f asc KEN-2. 1' isa rj, gage, A we b- y , ., W HAM ea ,r , ,,1w' ff, ' Q1 W a fi - , tsq ,,.,,,,l, T - . 'E' L,1fgr7,r,4g. - .age BQ Lf A18 f wg, l l 39: ' Qfdhpw 1 fs" iff' if if ,w ., 45 fo 235' fiff ri Ht? !'-N QAM 205 East Armory 37 Active Chapters l . ,V v Top row: john Bleclg,-"'Eirgene Stinson, Joseph Hovvlelhgr-Tjypsepll Garcia, Frank Dayton,,m1i!lax,fC3ryf George Dimit, Curtis Stafford, Charles Carlyle, Donald Dahl, Lawrence,,"'Weber, Roger Tilkerneier, Orville Bolte+2',j'Aldo Martignago, Williarfr jaclwbsony' Robert Nightlinger, James Sternburg Third ro zu .- Randall, Riddle Second row Bolfom wiv Streeter, Arthur Dietmeyer, Robert Aylesworth, Gene Bagiettfjliobert,,DuDhor1S6,fffElwood.fSrrilth, jack Renner, Edward Elliott, Robert Kaufmann, Jack Johh Damore, XVil1iam O'Heran, Roger Fellows, Georgeqstone,-Eugene?Grassrnicldj Robert Gerzetrch, Whllram jackson, Richard White, john joseph! Fina Robert Naas Donald Bowers john Scott Arividr-Cazlsfolgliiillyde Selix, Maurice Reitter, Kenneth Brunn, Robert Coltman, Robert sxavieigf'A1bQry'chaps,'Thomas laryis, Albert Gilbertsen, Qharles l.arson, David! lfligan, Earl Flanagan I Gordon Godelahn, Wrlham Brennan, Gene Sowrnskr, William Yagemann, Allan White, Eugene Piazza, George Perry, jerome Slavick, Edward Ifhohaas Crouch, Robert Brower, Robert Lincoln, Richard Mueller, Fred Schmidt, Harry Dickelman, John Wilson, Warren Weaver, Lawrence Needharn, -Richard Miller No! in fmnfl: Harris Anderson, William Behrendt, William Gallagher, Thomas Gallagher, Charles Gottfried ! 3 555 A Top raw: Allen Wherry, Richard Leek, Carl Rebok, Robert Rap James Young, 'Charles Miles, iljohn Rausch, Robert Mosborg Second row: Charles Nagel, 'Carl Hendrickson, john John Parish, Edward Day, Ro ert Bengel, Walter Kervern Bottom row: John Mayer, Richard johnson, Harry Henry Cooley, Paul Schaffer, Carl Lantau, Allen Benson Nat In panel: Robert Lebduska, Richard Conklin, Q2-Q2 Riffs, ,Z ASF? 'CLQVL fi 5 ,,.. '::iifQQ. F , 112 East Daniel ' 17 Active Chapters , .rt,.- .A ,me ' ' ' ,-1,'?S:,:r2ew:.. 4 f'P"wwnw:fmf-u-- if 5ffj,'QYjQ.I?f,? .' X-wa-1, VxS.k.T1SLff,Z 0 1 ap' mr ff? .Jag YV 1, S - -H-fw.. ...., .E '-ee ,wi 'rex K , 1 ' Q. 's':w,m.,- V ,ff Ax ,Hr ,f x X, iiaifflitiiglnt ,V w Jeme. as-ft Ni! f 4. , A 4 5 Si a ,A Z T 014 H-'P' if . "H f f 4 11' ' LH ...ft HMM' ,IF YN ii: 9 , B T I , V W A " tiff? ,if ' .. ' , ,ati an ' L x lays" w., '57 , . I fi . ,gf 1, W U S ,'t"f"' Q Y 4 Q X JUL 41 Active Chapters f L9 if , , 1 .-Han.-g ,Y ., W ' f Top raw: Charles Lebowfl-farold Chapman, Sheldorii'Gro,ss,A Ralph Livingston, Millard GTHHEY, Andrew Stein, Fredric Hefter, Robert Merens, Donald Corn- bleet, Kenneth Wi'ttgk1"j-ordan Yavitz, William WeinbergZ'1?Qeo,rge Fox, Mark Goodwin, Charlesvewilens, Robert Garner, james Newmark, Clayton Rautbord, George Ziskindg'.'Bernard Goldstein, Bernard Milgrom, Don4irlCig,'l'lV1itchell.k,,7E,ewfifflf 5 ., ' w Third ww: Wi1liam,'Carr, Howard Vactor, Hugh Melvoiri, David"Miller, MitEl1,f'Weisner, Robert Chatg, Leonard.Bressler, Myron Unger, James Feldman, Harold Algfams, Robert Sider, Stanley Molasky, Robert Witensky, Sai1lfCoh,en, -Ralph Krohnbold, Richard Zweig, Gerald Leavitt, Sydney Mayer, Stanley Rubel, Stanford Sholem, David Berkson, justin Simon, David Ashinofskyf"RoberL,5Sim0n' I , Serwzd 7'01-Ujlw james' Adelson, Ronald Resnick, Henry Snyder, Gerald Strum, Harold Strurn, Howard Seifer, Gerald Grodsky, Stewart Buhai, Mrs. Belle Schul- man, Qharles Wenk, Richard Krigel, Kenneth Smargon, Charles Sternbergcr, Norman,Krev1tt, Robert Hirsch, Wilbert Marks Bottom Dari Baer, jim Lurie, Roger Block, joseph Weinberg, Eugene Barengoltz, Irion Heyman, Alven Aronovsky, Robert Lettas, Lloyd Schuster, Earl LiFf,fJorda1i:fSobel, Robert Green, Frank Katlin, Myron Whisler, Kenneth Levy, Robert Krevitt, Howard Hirsch, Brian Todes Not in panel: Robert Saizow, Morton Rothstein Tag row: Hubert Collins, Thomas Greene, Walter Thru! row: Ronald Dierolf, Frank Guadio, Harold Dyne Bowers A Second row: Robert Klann, Karl Upstone, Erwin Jean Traub Batmm row: Carroll Tabaka, Richard Carlson Falling N01 In fmnel: William Rehm, Robert R Arthur Elton Stevens, Willard Brien, James Watson, z, Robert Bone, Michael Musko, William Bassler, Beidelman, joseph Frank, Julius Efflandt, Howard Hankins, Strawbridge, James Taylor, Donald Delnick, Robert Arthur Houghton, Elmer ein 201 East john 50 Active Chapters , ,.,W.r,mwt 558 x Nt 1 Carlson, Herbert Sieck, Robert Heller, Frank Etges I We X L X YM, K t ,r xxx X x wwe-'wtf I X441 iZ""""f1 . ,ff A 5 . 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H V K Winifred Brown, janet jones, Phyllis Howard, Phyllis Gibson, Priscilla Pcnnell, Martha Smith, Annette McAdam, Cress, Shirley Nagell, Mary Greene, Marilyn Mueller, Priscilla Knight, Joanne Gere, jo Ann Mabry, Mary Moore ii? 53 ,f V 4 '?r ' f 'T i 13 at f 5 , .Z .. gn' 1 , ' W: Q, fi J it 'lf I Tis ' ff" ' ,f f -,wr -i-.J.',,.-'f 2-,., es x v ff 1 -' , A I., i ,, ,i , 771, 11-,f,,,,,, L, igrpz e . fi-2-g n' w,m1"5frl?5 1-1, DLE, L.1'.,f 1+ lv ,wa 1, , 4 1' , Tiitra fr L W", 'H V 'fghzm - Q, My H wig, ,.,mF,,t, 1, V 1 R V ' ,, ffg 2' g , , ,L , p , fre' ,?Lf,r.i 2 , , , ,M fra ., ,ix t if if r gf' 4 Agri' - Q ,, --1 2' V a, - G 9 f 6 1 ,, ,. 1202 West Nevada , Q ii 71 Active Chapters ' H T, Top row: Dorothy Hi,lfliebt,3iClara Williarns, Mary -Clark, Janeiwildeman, Joyce Flaclg,fShir1ey'Smid1, Marilyn Allen, Nancy Blaker, Carol Smith, Corinne Gregson, Barbara"'?ClfiY150ol, Lorraine Johnson, Betty Carnahaink"Mar',orie,Bueclmlefflf rl? X L , I V V , Third raw: Helenr'7Krbbi, Gayle Pierzynski, Barbara Davis, B3Ib8f3.v'iAlil?l'lf,QEIJZJLLCCS WaCaser,,Patricia Boodell, Jacqueline Flnerty, Marilyn Siuda, Lee Layton, Jeanne Ruzelil Mai? Cunningham, Jean Loyd, Lois Garbulski K l:g71Vf"Uv 73 - A ij? , Secogd qa1:4f.'D?fEtrigaQ amson, Millicent Moffett, Nancy Gilbert, Dorothy Ellisf fCatheryn"Bowen, Nancey O'Neil, Mary Peasley, Sarah Cox, Phyllis Roth, atricia ,ar an " Barlow r0w.g57Joanne Foster, Mary Myers, Betty Bailey, Marilyn Budd, Elaine Vaculik, Arlene Ives, June Smith, Phyllis Steinkamp, Jean Parker, Carol Grosstephan . 5 Noi In pamzilfk Beverly Bear .2 Shirley Isenbergl Marjofie Stimm I 4 ' U Noi in panel: Jeanne Bederman, Arline Golrgjinzrilyw 1.55: 51 f f' f x X Y S YJ: ,gi K 5 'ii E I 1 M 5 904 South Third 33 Active Chapters 1 V: N Nifxiwlfiay, mx Aixam" is ,. , ,,.h mt fam-ww -sms Qsy-ww1f'svwCff5,,:Qz1--mzep1wf1f'- M f S.-F2-fm w ,Q'QwhenMffmfgxm-flnf aff gf: 4 X-,, W.,-.,,.Y., ,X v ,W-:N yqM5f,f,,m-.Q ,XV ,, Wei' Alvv 6, " 4-ww P' Q X VE ,V ,-2, ,, . ' 81" Q:-' A - H gg 1, n V ' , uf' wp: 6,,,,,,, D 4' ' ' 5. mme " ff "X 1 X fi .g4,f,.4.2.5l"EP:,,.h ff " - "-' 7 L 4f'Z2""' M"'4Li"'1fa mifn-. 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W- ,ip Ln, ,J mf N ff ge' A-'1 Wk Ui fe-ef' Ayes, ,511 11, jj fsf'5f5Eil'QKL?qJ5 jialgwegfiiit 1 if V plgj' 1 Wifi. ,fa Will! will W wa, al i Ulllffflflflflf Z J 25415 F5553 1106 South Lincoln 56 Active Chapters 1' j,.v?ff.3 Qagapj affff -Silo? 5732, M75 N F ' -YL7'.i's iii' V V wwf? l::l"W13!'iQQ57f3' Top row: Virgi,n'iiiiRqEinson, Abbie Olson, Helen Graham, Welch, Mary Hamilton, Nancy Stoner, Noreen Zaks Thiriij row.'SlNQiiryJYMdnight, Dorothy Clevenger, Mary Dempsey, f5isQQQH5ffhQ1QiflElWl'Qtflnoffflafisflflleg, MHYHYU ROC, Jacqueline Svhmied, JOHN Hltfef, Pl'i5C1l13 Offer, iffy, femme , , Second row,xP,Marrlyn Unmacht, Nancy Radelce, Ann Potter, Marilyn Thoma5f'fj6?rfi'H' Wetzler, Sharon Cole, Joyce Hull, Mary Trrnlin, Margaret Clevenger, Barbaret"'Gassnyann, Rosemary Corbly, Helen Allott l Bottom fQWf1:'DC6hhC Mann, Barbara Crays, Nancy Potter, janet Sinclair, Virginia Olin, jean Freyermuth, Mary Dinsmore, Gwendolyn Kent, Betty Sanderson, Jean5gwIMuthgf'QBarbara Fink, janet Montgomery, Marietta MacDonald, Marilyn House, Martha Gassmann Not in pzirielf 'ffean Maclntosh, Peggy Hackett, Helen Young 569 Top row: Carol4Heard, Betty Burns, Barbara Andry, Pearlie Odom, Florence Cunningham, Odessa -Cooper, Cynthia rw., 'Q Chandler, Wlllmfda Mathis . . Serofizad row: Glilester glisonhjaldy Thompson, Carol Nelson,?iRiQbEfjgiiQQf3XZiiQQ Naomi Ransom, Camille Moore, Helen Alexander, Fredis urton, oria e ava a e, Lorraine Savage .':i U Bong ffowigy Faye 11g1risci1n,BMary Butts, Ramons Zephyrnn Simms, Merry Price, Dorothy Holden, oria iseman, u a urton, Louistine For , 'Bison' " Not in jnmel: Ima Pointer eess so ,gif X22 fi aiifiivzf 9 li f ilQiLi7?er 1201 West Stoughton "Ve il, 7, 72 Active Chapters Tw -"f , 41?f3f,ggr5ff1f!' W I M 'bin L '44 4 ., if 1 ' 5 - ,..,. 1. af YI" if , ,L K ,fm f ' Q' sa, A, ali, , f 'f- f -vm, " of at C 57' J f,.h 5 s ' ' ia.. ' dials Q f fi " 23,56 V WL f Y. if Q.. ,,g,,Q.ef1.2:e 1 fringe '. .551 1 Ha 'liar ,M if J 5 .tn , ft ef-if , 195- 5, 1 mfr wif" Wa:Yia:..', Q 5 N V as ff J -5-,wtf - ff ' 55 1 , -.533 I W2 by fa, ggi' Ha' L. ga, x,,-ff? B ,ct , cl Z A 3144150 706 South Mathews 45 Active Chapters , f uf...-,wif'-'iffiT'wa'aiJg4rf:-,,,,,g " ' Q5-W fa M 4 W q,-1 Top raw: June Bickertonfxlicei XV-olif, Ramona Boehiiigr2Eq,je,an Wiersma, Alice Gainer, June Keine, Alice Ross, Nancy Schmeling ' Fiftbtxrodwr Polly Lautqriy-WMarrlyn Hagen, jean Ryan, Macleliriefflgang, Helen Hasty, S1r5g,gi,7gi'j,ly15lKfsptgfwoyce Ourmette, Gwendolyn Fuchs, janet Birch, Sylvia n rews ,,f' ' "" Family row: GCQfgiKi1H8C Baker, Ruth Akey, jane McClure, Gloria Elizabeth Prather, Martha Ingram, Shirley Corduan Thin? rozfisa-lLanfai'Dexiser, Barbara Lannon, Patricia Ryan, Betty Stahl, iFiiir3c6S'QStfSfQiigl5Z7lSZfgrrfQaY"et Kramer, Mariellen Damon, Marilyn Gregg, Winefred Baylor, ane 1 son nan' yan -v.: - . . U Secaml raw: fflvfiargefl-lagi, Joanne Barmgardner, Jeanne Oliver, Jean France, Aileen Hagan, Joan McDonald, Elaine Marozrck, Gladys Alt, Virginia Craver, Elizabeth' . Ringstfand Bottom raug6QJean,fFischer, Laura Doering, Virginia Lamme, Margaret McCauzhey, Lelia Cousins, Carol Fries Not in Daniel. ""' Barbara Werstler 'i""W3ewwf-T-M, ifqrw MM JW ., msffwi 4: 2 5' HZWEMN vxf,,,1z:':m-m,,,.i,,,,. pu an r mm, wx, ' LMMMM 'WW' ia., ,L ffm, we 571 WMW.,., Top rows Patricia Roller, Wandalee Thrasher, Helen Jean Kabzxna, Marcxa Spaeth, Beverly Addlego, Florence Nichols, Phyllis Mmer, Patricxa Brakhausen, Helen Cole, - , , , Third row: Rozanna Ueberrhein, Carol Hayes, Betty Joyce Perbxx, Mary Coapstrck, Mary Mrlhzen, Nancy Poland, Mary Marshall, Bette Samson, Marilyn Schultz, , , . Sefon