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o • » V, ' ■ • ' no • •. — . « « O o o. xr - Q) h aJUUj VMOfefi u y -My - O U Ly --o ' U U JpCy _ wy ' " w Ky , y OL ,0 v y SJ J Ky y x: j - y Carol H. Thomas Editor Gerald M. Magee Associate Editor Joan B. Reeve Associate Editor Richard K. Rodgers Associate Editor Naomi Streeter Business Manager John W. Almburg Associate Business Manager Joan C. Williams Associate Business Manager Gordon H. Hartshorne Artist Jerold Soling Artist Campus Leader Portraits by Pilar} 1951 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS The Library 4 lini Union Tower Women ' s Gymnasium Lincoln Avenue Residence McKinley Hospital The Stadium The Broadwalk Mechanical Engineering Building 1 Stock Pavilion Alma Mater Davenport Hall 10 Bevier Hall n f £rh. ORGANIZATIONS SENIORS cxynXQ nX i CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL CAMPUS ATHLETICS uc , JO VJO ' y. NIVERSITY - i c yt ... ' » f , ■ __ 16 January 25, 1951 1 am happ - ro extend greetings to Illini over the world. By the time this reaches you, many of you will be completely involved in tlie new defense effort. The short years of prosperity and peace have been transformed into a period of urgency ' . Our nation — and all nations that believe in security through freedom — can ward off the growing danger only through extraordinary united effort. This does not mean that the University of Illinois will cease to be a going concern. Quite the reverse. It is true that there will be some shifts in the program. Inevitably graduates in medicine, dentistry, pharmac - and nursing will be acutely in short supply. We shall, therefore, redouble our efforts to secure the new building on the Chicago Campus. This additon will enable us to increase our student body there by 500. Similarly on the campus at Urbana-Champaign we shall try to secure the Life Sciences Building. In this great structure will be housed laboratories and classrooms affecting a dozen different depart- ments in the general biological area. The new facilities will be a tremendous aid also to students and facult - in agriculture and medicine because of their dependence upon the basic biological sciences. Various research and instructional programs related to security measures will be stepped up. Both in Chicago and Urbana-Champaign we need additional housing for students, and strenuous efforts will be made to secure it. Very likely the University in the next few years will be smaller in size. The slack should be taken up rapidh after three years. Should all young men be inducted for military service for a period of 24-30 months, we may assume that they will start college work, or return to it, with increased zest. This was our experience with the G.I. ' s returning from World ' ar II. At the same time, the increase in births which has thus far affected the elementary and secondary schools by 1954 will affect college populations. More important than either of the factors mentioned above is the growing conviction among civil and military leaders that our nation cannot reach full strength without the optimum education of all its young people. The United States cannot depend upon massive group force, either for in- ternal development or for safety against external enemies. There are not enough of us to go around. If there is to be peace we as Americans must achieve it through integrity and the power of inven- tion and organization. If there is to be war we can win it only by a devotion to such aims. Our- selves and our allies do not constitute tiie most massive political or national group, but we are again the hope of the world — at least the hope of that portion of the world that believes in decency and liberty. Illini everywhere have played a glorious role in peace and in war. On the campus or off, we have come to expect no less of everyone associated w ' ifh our great and beloved University. George D. Stoddard President 17 The Board MEMBERS EX OFFICIO Adlai E. Stevenson, governor of Illinois. . . .Springfield Vernon L. Nickell, superintendent of public instruction Springfield Adlai £. Stevenson, governor of Illinois Vernon L. Nickell, superintendent of pttbtic tnstrticlion Walter W. McLaughlin Robert S. Hickman Mrs. Doris L. Holt ohn R. Fornof Dr. Karl A. Meyer of Trustees Kenney E. Williamson, president of the Board of Trustees ELECTED MEMBERS Kenne ' K. Williamson, preside nt. . .Peoria Anthony J. Janata, secretary Urbana Irvin L. Porter, trciisiirer Chicago Liosd .More) ' , comptroller Urbana W alter . .McLauglilin Decatur Dr. Karl A. Aleyer Chicago John R. Fornof Streator Mrs. Doris S. Holt Flora Park Livingston Chicago irt Herrick Clinton Robert Z. Hickman Danville Mrs. Frances B. W ' atkins Chicago Anthony J. Janata G. Wirt Herrick Park Livingston Frances Watkins Irvin L. Porter Lloyd Morey [ - Arthur Cutts W ' illard, president emeritus Llayd Morey, crjmpi ' olicr The University of Illinois A great university is a collection of colleges, schools, di- visions, institutes, bureaus, services, and experiment stations. In some respects each is autonomous. et they must work togctlier. and certain services must provide for all. To tie this organization together and make it function as a unit, and at the same time to look ahead and plan for the future, is the task of the University ' s administration. Since the war the Universit) of Illinois has doubled in student enrollment and has gro vn similarh in its research and service activities, ' ith tliis growth in size has come a growth in administration. A great uni ersit " s operation is as complex as a great industry. Functioning in the interest of the citizens and financed largely by tax funds from them, the L ' niversit ' must seek efficiency, yet must never lose sight of its purpose in education, research, and service. It must be flexible to meet immediate problems, et keep focused on long-range values. The University ' s ork is carried on not onh ' in class- room, laborator " , and librar ' , but also through extension. Wilbur Schramm, dhector of the i ' nneruty of Illinois Press, and iii tn of Ibe tlttision of commiinictitiorts : Josct F. Wright, diifctor of public informitt ' ion ; Harnld S. Dawson, director of placement bitrean 20 Administrative Officials demonstrations, pulilications, motion pictures, and radio. From its researches the L niversit develops niucli new- knowledge and gathers information from all o er the world. These new facts, added to the old, go not only into teach- ing, but are made available to citizens everywhere. The Uni- verstiy touches almost every field of human interest and activity from archeology and classics to the arts, government, health, agriculture, business, engineering, and science. Carrying out these policies and directly administering the University is the task of the President. Assisting him are the Provost, the Vice President in charge of the Chicago Division, the Deans and Directors of the various units at Champaign- Urbana, the Comptroller, the Director of the Physical Plant, the Dean of Students, and others, each with special respon- sibilities and duties. The Trustees of the Universitx ' , nine elected directly by the people of the state and two ex-officio by reasons of their positions in the state government, select the President of the University and direct the general policies of administration. Antliiiny J. Janata, int}tiint to the pteiiJtnl Coleman R. Griltith, provnt Vernttn L. Kretsclimer. dirtctor of the lll nj U iit ii; Leslie A. Bryan, director of Ir:sttlute of Aviation: James T. Lendrum. i ircctor of Smalt Home! Council 21 M m S. Earl Thompson, director of Homtng Dniuon: Charles S. Havens, d;tt and Service :i ., n, Ph).n.d Pl.int, I-r.uKvs G. Cornell, dneciot of the Bi.n.t. ' . oj Research Robert B. Hudson, director of University Broadcasting ; Roydin Dangerfield, director oj Institute oj Gotein nent and Public Affairs: Earl L. Palmberg, acting legal counsel Rexford Newcomb. acting director of the Bureau oj Community Planning: W, Ellison Chalmers, director of the Institute oj Labor and Industrial Relations; V. Lewis Bassie, director oj Bureau of Economic and Business Research •; " » Earl P. Strong, director of Business Miirutgcment Service ; ( " Iiarlcs W. Sanford, coordhitilor of Teacher Educ.ifion Council: William M. Gilbert, director of Sii.iitut C ' lf nfeiiuji Bureitu Irene Piersnn, socidl Jiiator of lllini Union; Marietta Stevtiisun, Jiwitor of So,.. sl [( " t . ' t ' Adminnti.iliun ; Homer L. Lawder. hL.td uj th . Di.( .iilr u il uf Health Service, and acting University health officer Donald E. Dick ason. director of non.icademic per. ' onnet : George P. Tuttle. director of ttdmissiom and records; Edward F. Puttliotf. director of the Bureau of Institutional Research Ll.nd Morev, he H. F. Glair, vice president Clifton DeLong ass ' istufii i University of Illinois Foundation L ' stablished in 1935, the Universit - of Illinois Foundation is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of Illinois. Its chief function is to encourage gifts, from both individuals and cor- porations, for the purpose of assisting the general educational and research program of the Uni- versitN . One phase of this activity is the Illini Achieve- ment Fund, organized in December, 1948, as a permanent annual-gift program in the interests of the Universit . In 1949 the Achievement Fund set a new record among Big Ten schools, and among all midwestern state universities, for the number of gifts to such a program during its first year. Contributions from 5,071 Illini and other friends of the Universit ' of Illinois totalled $52,131. Fund contributions in 1950 amounted to $74,042 — an increase of 42 per cent over the 1949 figure. William H. Butterlield, executive director J.ames C. Colvin, secretitry Another function of the Foundation is the de- velopment of patents assigned to it by the Univer- sity. Acting in this capacity, the Foundation has acquired patent rights on several inventions, nota- bly a smokeless furnace and an ammoniated denti- frice that helps to combat tooth decay. The Foundation has a membership of one hun- dred persons, most of whom are alumni of the University. The present Board of Directors, con- sisting of nine members, is made up of John H. Armstrong, president of the Foundation, Cham- paign; H. F. Glair, vice president, Chicago; Presi- dent George D. Stoddard of the University of Illinois; H. B. Megran, Harvard; Kenney E. Wil- liamson, Peoria; George Donoghue, Chicago; Amos Watts, Chicago; Fred H. Ebersold. Chicago; and Eugene D. Funk, Jr., Bloomingron. John H. Armstrong, president W " ' ' } 24 The University of Illinois Alumni Association The Alumni Association is the official bond between the L ' niversit - and lIHni in all parts of the world. The Association publishes lllhiois AJniimi Neivs and sends it to nearly 70,000 lUini. It helps with alumni placement, assists officers with the work of an increasingh ' large number of mini clubs, helps maintain the lUini Center in Chicago ' s LaSalle hotel, and performs hundreds of perscjnal services for alumni. It has a large staff gathering and recording the new addresses of nearh 90,000 lUini. Some 7,000 address changes are made ever - month. Most recently it led the movement for the production of sound films on the campus — a work which makes it possible for lllini in man - places to see and hear these games and which un- doubtedly will film other campus events with sound. This fall it began sponsoring Coacii Ra - Eliot ' s Football Letter, which is sent to all mem- bers of the Alumni Association and w iiich has won wide acclaim. Membership in the Asst)ciation has grown until now it is one of the largest in the United States. Fred H. Ebersold of Chicago is president and C. E. Bowen of Champaign is executive di- rector. ' illiam H. Rice is field director; Russel V. Steger is assistant field director; James C. Colvin is editor of the Alwmii Neivs. Sheila McMurray. Ahmm R,L,non, Dep.nlmeal head James C. Colvin. eJ,lor of the Illinois Alumni News William H. Rice, director of field activities Edward £. StaiTurd. Jc, Miriam A. Slielden, dean of uomeii Arthur Hamiltun, assistant dean of fute gn studtiiis The Deans The Universit ot Illinois recognizes its responsi- hi!it for students living in the academic coniniunit " and attempts to provide the most fa ' orablc conditions for them. Under Dean of Students Fred H. Turner, who is the unifying and coordinating official, are Asso- ciate Dean Harold S. Dawson, director of placement, and Assistant Dean Arthur Hamilton, in charge of for- eign students. dfini of students James Hampton, assistant dean of student activities; Richard E. Hulet, assistant dean of independent men: George H, Bargh, assistant dean of fraternities Dean Turner acting as student counsel-. i Florence B. Inghram, ajiisttinl dean of residence hall counsel- ing Miriam A. Shelden, who has been on active ciut " in the United States Navy, has resumed her duties as dean of women during 195( 1951. Her assistants are Miss Agnes Tandberg, assistant dean of fresh- men; Mrs. Florence Inghram, residence hall counselor; Miss Inez Tate, advisor to independent women and the omen ' s Group System; and ■Miss Mary Jane Klein, advisor to sorority women and Panhellenic Council. The staff of the Dean of Men, Edward E. Stafford includes Mr. Gerald ' . Peck, assistant dean of men and director of Placement Bureau; .Mr. ' . J. Hampton, assistant dean of student acti ities; Mr. George H. Bargh, assistant dean of fraternit men; and Mr. Richard E. Hulet, assistant dean of independent men. Inez Tate, assistant dean of independent women; Agnes G. Tandberg. assistant dean of freshmen; Jane Klein assistant dean of sorority women College of Agriculture Dean Henry Rusk Mumford Hall Under the able guidance of Dean Rusk, tlic students of the College of Agriculture continue to study the land and its products and to A ()rk for better farm family living. The College of Agriculture is a direct out- growth of the Morrill Act of 1862. The legis- lation became popularly known as the Land- grant College Act, since it provided federal support for state educational institutions in a form available to each state. There are sixty- nine land-grant institutions in the United States today, and they provide training for approximately one-fourth of the students en- rolled in the four year colleges and univer- sities. Students in agriculture and home econom- ics find the horizons of their study much wider than the ' once were. They may now encoun- ter such varied studies as the development of antibiotics, dietary problems of older people, the use of radio-active elements, and other studies as modern as tomorrow ' s newspaper. The threefold job of the College of Agri- culture — undergraduate and graduate teach- ing, research, and off-campus teaching through the extension service in agriculture and home economics — has moved forward with time. 28 College of Commerce and Business Administration 1 he (J)llcgc of Commerce and Ikisiness Ailministriition is organized under two de- partments — the Department of Business Or- ganization and Operation which includes AccountancN ' , Business Law, Management, Marketing, and Secretarial Training; and the Department of F,cononiics. After his first two years, an undergraduate speciah es in one of these areas. The research function of the College is served b ' the Bureau of Economics and Busi- ness Research which conducts research in mar- keting, banking and private finance, public finance, taxation, insurance, governmental ac- counting, and related fields. The Bureau pub- lishes two periodicals, the Illinois B isinesr Re- e i and the Current Economic Covwient. Through the Busine.ss Management Ser- ice the College of Commerce and Business Administration provides educational and tech- nical service to business communities in the state. This affords direct contact for both students and facult ' including relationships with real businessmen and business problems. The commerce staff members co-operate with the placement bureau in trying to ob- tain for all graduates positions w hich will har- monize with their college preparation. Dnvid Kinley Hall Dean Howard Bowen College of Education Dean illard Spalding Gregory Hal! ' r M fK ii I II ■■ r-- ' The College of Education prepares stu- dents for careers in teaching, special educa- tional services, and school adininistrati(jn. Special undergraduate programs are offered in industrial, agricultural, home economics, and elementary curricula. Students have the op- portunitN of teaching under special superxisors in schools cooperating with the College of Education. The Universit - High School, which serves as a laboratory for the college, affords opportunities for experimentation under controlled conditions. The Bureau of Research and Service makes investigations which take the form of direct- ing school surveys. The College sponsors a number of annual conferences designed to meet specific prob- lems of educators and other persons interested in improving the schools. Largest of these meetings is the Illinois Summer Education Conference held on the campus each June in connection with the regular summer session for teachers from all parts of the country. Another contact with Illinois schools is made through the office of teacher placement wliich provides a free service to students, alumni, and employers. W ' W ' - ' Wm 30 :feti College of Engineering With the new Mechanical and Electrical F.ngineering huiltlings and the Physics Re- scarcli building becoming an accepted part of the campus, both the faculty and students of the engineering school have been able to devote unhindered effort to the principal business of education under the direction of Dean ' illiam Everitt. Collectively the College has been and is now continuing the study of many teaching and educational methods. Subcommittees of the College executive committee are investi- gating such problems as the engineering stu- dents ' needs in rhetoric and speech. The College of Engineering has always stressed extracurricular activities as an im- portant part of education. Several honorary fraternities are organized to recognize and promote scholarship. The Illi nois Techno- graph, an engineering magazine published and managed by engineering students, offers a variety of opportunities for engineers. An important extracurricular role is also played by the student Engineering Council. This council serves to coordinate the numer- ous functions of the member professional so- cieties and sponsors many College-wide ac- tivities. 31 College of Fine and Applied Arts The College of Fine and Applied Arts consists of the Departments of Architecture. Art, Landscape Architecture, the School of Music, the Bureau of Coniniunit Planning, and the Universit) Bands. There are t elve curricula leading to degrees in arious of the Fine Arts t)ffered to undergraduate students, and graduate instruction is provided in each of tiicsc divisions. In addition to its more for- mal program of instruction, the College offers annually many admission-free lectures, con- certs, recitals, and a series of art exhibits dis- plas ed in the Architecture Building. In co- operation with other departments the College sponsors a Festival of Contemporar ' Arts. lan students from other colleges of the Uni- ersity elect various cultural courses offered by the College. With an annual enrollment in excess of 1,.300 students, the College has a teaching facult of 155 full-time members. Rcxford Xe conib, Dean of the College of Fine and . pplied Arts, is now completing a third of a century of service to the Univer- sit " of Illinois and nineteen ears as a dean. He is also a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and is a member of various hon- orary and professional societies. Dean Rexford Newcomb Architecture Building CU. T r:b Bi 4 I, ip i •i Jliif ■ ii r Ji r ,p I ill II ► -r Graduate College The Universit ' of Illinois Graduate Col- lege is known internationally as a center of research in nian ' subjects. The departments of physics and cheniistr have been especialK prominent in research projects recenth . The magnitude of the graduate program is now reaching a peak after a rapid increase during postwar cars. More than three times the number of students registered in the Graduate College in the last pre -ar car arc now enrolled. Scholarships and fellowships established by the University Board of Trustees are open to graduate saidents of ex- ceptional ability and promise. Funds are avail- able from several special sources to contribute to this extension and diffusion of knowledge. Postgraduate study is primarily a program of personal initiative. The graduate student is expected not only to become acquainted with the prcvioush- accumulated knowledge in his field, but also to broaden the range of material available. Many students in the Graduate College hold positions as instructors in undergraduate divisions of their specialized courses. Dean Louis Ridenour Administr.itt.in Bmldintr ... ' i J School of Journalism and Communications Originally the journalism program at the University included onK courses in news writing and editing. Today the School has a journalism division, including news-editorial work and publication management, an adver- tising division, and a radio division. In 1950 the name of the School of Journalism was changed to School of Journalism and Com- munications to describe more accurately its present functions. Directed b)- Professor Frederick Siebert, the School of Journalism and Communications is located in the modern Gregory Hall. The journalism and communications pro- gram at the UniversitN " of Illinois is based on the conviction that the student can profit best from a course of study that permits him to integrate professional subjects with general subjects. The School also attempts through its fac- ulty to provide services for the communica- tions industry in the state. It works in close cooperation with the Illinois Press Association, the Illinois College Press Association, and the Illinois State High School Press Association. In addition, the School sponsors clinics and short courses for photographers, radio and ad- vertising personnel, and publication editors. Dean Frederick Siebert 34 College of Law Tlie College of Law was established in 1897. The primary purpose of the College is to train men and women for the practice of law. This training, however, is also beneficial to those who will become business executives and government administrators. On a dif- ferent plane from its vocational aspects, law training is of value to leaders in public thought and in community service. At this time, when the concepts of " free- dom, " " democracy, " and " justice " are upper- most in the minds of men, the College of Law conceives as its highest rcsponsibilitN ' the task of impressing upon its students the fact that democracy is justice and that freedom is rooted in the law. The College is approved by the two ac- crediting agencies for law schools in the country. It is a charter member of the Asso- ciation of Aiuerican Law Schools, and was cm the first list of schools approved b ' the . merican Bar Association. The standards of the College have not only reached the minima stated by these agencies but have always exceeded them. The College takes pride in the fact that it has been a pioneer for higher standards among the law schools of the nation. De.in Albert H.irno Altseld H.ill .5-. ' i ] u 35 ■ % ' .m •!rf-- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Our L ' niversit was incorporated in 1867 as tiic Illinois Industrial University. When in- struction began in 1868, typical liberal arts courses were offered. Then, as now, these courses were looked upon as basic to general education. The present organization of the College came in 1913 as the result of a merger of the College of Literature and Arts with the College of Science. The College became the largest and most complex division of the Uni- versity. It is the bearer of the old tradition of liberal education provided for in the Cieneral Curriculum and also in the Division of Gen- eral Studies. The General Curriculum leads to the degrees of Bachelor of . rts or Bache- lor of Science, depending upon the field of concentration. The College also functions as a service unit for other colleges, offering Hxed curricula in pre-professional training for medi- cine, dentistry, nursing, eterinar - medicine, law, and journalism. In cooperation with the College of Medi- cine, the College offers a professional course in Occupational Therap ' leading to a degree in the College of Medicine. Dean Henning Larsen Lincoln Hall IR ■fcir pnaii itr ifr wr j»»- il -jSZi 36 Library School Ihc Uiiivcrsit of Illinois Lilirary Scliool, cstablislicd in 1893, is tlic oldtsr library school west of the Alleghanies. This school was lo- cated at the Armour Institute of Tcchnolog in (-hicago until the summer of 1897 when it was moved to the University of Illinois in Urbana, where it is now situated on the third floor of the lil)rar ' . The purpose of the Library School is to prepare administrators and assistants for ser- vice in libraries of public schools, colleges and uni crsities, and specialized types such as hospital, newspaper, business, art, and music lit raries. Programs of study on both the under- graduate and graduate level may be followed. The group of undergraduate courses for which the B.S. in L.S. is awarded is considered basic preparation for advanced professional studies. The fifth year ' s work, for the .M.S. in L.S. degree, is the minimum academic preparation; professional librarians of marked abilitx ' ma ' go on for the degree of Doctor of Library Science. At present the library school is rated b the American Library .Association as one of the fi e leading schools in the field. Dean Robert Dnwns Reterence Rui.m at University Library ?f m, ' - School of Physical Education w Director Seward Staley George Huff Gymnasium n ] -1 n The School of Physical Education at the University of Illinois was established in 1933. Dr. Seward Charles Staley has held the posi- tion of Director of Physical Education for fourteen years. Professional training work provided by this school includes divisions in general phy- sical education and healtii education for men, physical education for women, health educa- tion, recreation, and dance. The School also offers a wide variety of special conditioning courses to the general stu- dent body. All undergraduates are required by Universit - regulations to obtain credit in four semesters of these courses, which include basic physical conditioning, correction of phy- sical handicaps, recreation, and athletics. One of the more unique features of the School is its program of research in physical fitness. This program, carried on in a special laboratory, is pointed at making basic studies of the complicated problem of physical fitness. The present unsettled conditions in the world have encouraged a greath ' increased emphasis on physical fitness programs. -(I k. ' 1 •»•;. U 38 Division of Special Services for War Veterans The Division of Special Services for ' ar Veterans lias been established to give the greatest service to veterans who wish to come to the Univcrsitx " of Illinois. It is a pioneering educational -enturc, breaking traditional cdii- caitonal policies and allowing for an educa- tional freedom whicli ill best serve the needs of individual students. The Division offers veterans an oppor- runit ' to reorient themselves academically through refresher work, reduced programs, and selection of courses; to move directh ' to- ward an educational objective by adding ap- propriate subjects to previously acquired credits; to attain an educational objecti e which involves subject matter offered in sev- eral colleges. The Di ision administers the educational programs of veterans whose special needs are not met by e.xisting matter offered in several colleges. The Division ad- ministers the educational programs of vet- erans whose special needs are not met by ex- isting curricula, and can certif - such students for the Bachelor of Science degree. In ad- dition, the Division studies the needs of return- ing veterans and informs the veterans of all the various services of the University. Director Robert Bone m ■!lT V % ; -.fi ' i I «w : -v Division of University Extension Tlic Di ision of University Extension is the :igenc of the Universit " responsible for rlic educational prt)gram addressed to the peo- ple of the state who are not enrolled as stu- dents in residence on an of its campuses. The larger part of the Extension offerings are made through extramural classes and corres- pondence courses; others yield no credit to- ward a degree. Most of the Extension programs result from requests to the Division coming from individuals, business and industrial organiza- tions, associations, state and Icjcal government agencies, and labor groups. The Division is able to respond to fewer than half the demands that it receives each car. Last fall 54 credit and non-credit courses were scheduled with approximateh 4,200 enrolled. Besides this, one hundred seven cor- respondence courses at college level were avail- able for those whose circumstances compelled them to home stud -. With the aid of other colleges of the Uni ' ersit ' , the Di ision con- ducts a large number of short courses. Dean Robert Browne mini Hall ' W a 8ft W mm i j i ■-t?S. t: l ' V . College of Veterinary Medicine The College of ' eterinar) .Medicine trains crerinarians in the prevention and control of animal diseases to protect tiie livestock indus- try and also to protect the public health through suppression of animal diseases. I ' .stablished in June, 1944, b ' the Board of Trustees, the College initiated a two- ear prc- veterinar program in September of 194.i and a four-year professional program in Septem- ber of 1948, which is taken in addition to the t ' o-N ear curricula. .At the end of the second professional year veterinary students ma) ' qualif)- for the bachelor ' s degree, and they receive the degree of doctor of veterinary medicine upon completion of the fourth pro- fessional ear. To aid its teaching, the College maintains a diagnostic service and clinics for large and small animals. ' eterinar research is con- ducted in the Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station. A new four-stor ' eterinary .Medicine building for instruction of first and second year .students and for research will be com- pleted in 1951. The funds were appropriated by the 1944 General . ssembly to construct this basic science unit. Dean Robert C raham Sketch of Veterinary Medicine Building under constructton The Armed Forces The University of Illinois Corps of Cadets was established in 1868 under the provisions of the Morrill Land Grant Act. By that act the states recei ed public land for the endowment, maintenance, and support of colleges which offered courses in the agricultural fields and in mechanical arts on the condition that niilitar science be made a required course. Under present federal and state laws, able-bodied male students, with onh a few exceptions, must complete satisfactorily a minimum of two years training in the Army, Navy, or Air Force ROTC programs. The Army offers courses in Infantry, Ar- mored Cavalr)-, Antiaircraft, Artillery, Corps of Engineers, Signal Corps, Ordnance, Quar- termaster Corps, Transportation, and SecuritN ' . The Arm " unit at Champaign is organized as a brigade, including 27 companies. Students at Navy Pier may take the basic work in anti- aircraft, artillery or niilitar - engineering. The Chicago professional colleges include a med- ical and a dental ROTC unit. The Nav ' unit was established in 1947. Regular NROTC students are annually se- lected as a result of nation-wide competitive examinations. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii yv JM 42 Lt. Col. Doc.lcy Tlicy are subsidized in much the same manner as the veterans enrolled in the universit - under the " G.I. Bill. " Contract NROTC students are se- lected within prescribed quotas from among the students as freshmen in the universit ' . They arc not subsidized; bur, in common with Arnn and Air Force students, arc paid a ration allowance during the third and fourth ears. A third classi- fication is the Naval Science student who is not subsidized and is not a member of NROTC but takes naval science as a regular academic subject. The strength of the NROTC unit is 206 men. ith the creation of the United States Air Force as a separate branch in the Department of Defense, the Air ROTC was organized at the Universit - of Illinois in 1949. Specialized courses are gi en in aircraft maintenance and engineering. These and the . rnn ' courses in engineering, signal, and ordnance are generall ' restricted to students in the College of t.ngineering. The current Air ROTC strength is 850 men. Graduates who complete four years of satisfac- tory work in the armed forces programs are com- missioned into the reserves. Certain selected grad- uates are commissioned directly into the regular armed forces where the need for qualified officers has increased greatls ' . Quotas for deferment from Selective Service ha e been provided to enable qualified students to complete their college and ROTC courses. 43 ENIORS i(S Rov A RON Peiu Engineering Ciftl Engineering A.S.C.E- LaSalle-Peni-Oglesby Junior College DoNN Harding Abbott Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Ralph Elgene Abbott Elmuood Park Commerce Accountancy Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois Jan Wall ce Abernathie Champaign Agriculture Floriculture Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad ; D.I- phins (3. 4t : Floriculture Club BEm ' Charlene Abraham V aln tt Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Gamma House Alpha ChroD ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Sigma Alpha lota; Star Course Manager (2); Wo- men ' s Glee Club (5) Honors Day (l. 2. 3) ; University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key Fred William Abr. hams Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Lundgren House A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Naw Pier Alumni Associ- ation Honors Day (I) Navy Pier Extension of the Universitj ' of IIlin. is Philip Andrew Abromovich. .f »i St. Lotus Division of Special Ser -ices Journalism JR Sibley William Otto Ackermann Engineering Aeronautwal Engineering [gma Tau : Tau Beta Pi ; Gamma Alp!:.: Rho ; I.A.S. ; Illtni Forensic Ass»jciation Honors Day (3 ) Bradley University Richard Lerov Ackman Mareni: Law Urn- Phi Alpha Delta; Junior Bar Ass«n.iation Saint Thomas College; Iowa State; Univer- sity of Kansas 46 Arthur Frederick Adams. Jr Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Wright Junior College; Loyola University; Na -y Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles Lynne Adams OnesJa Division of Special Services History Galesburg Extension of the University o( Illinois James Herbert Adams Mt. Sterling Engineering Aeronautical Engineering American Legion Post No. 909; Bait and Fly Casting Club; I.A.S. Frjnklin and Marshall College ; Western lilin lis State Teachers College Robert Evan Adams RockjorJ Law Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Galesburg Alumni Association ; junior Bar Assiciation Honors Day (5 ) University of. Iowa ; Galesburg Extension i f the L ' niversity of Illinois Seymour Adelman Chicago Journalism Editorial Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (2» Oakleigh Handle Adkins, Jr.. ChandtenilU Commerce .Management and Marketing Phi Delta Theta Freshman Varsit ' Football Squad ; Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; Junior Chamber of Clommerce ; Marketing Club Richard Wayne Adkins Kmderhook Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day ( 5 » Hannibal-LaGrange Junior College; Gales- burg Extension »f the University of Illinois Betty Adlfr II Daienport. loua Journalism Editorial Alpha Epsilon Phi Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Iljint C- Y.W.C.A. Committee (2 Monticello College Jean Rae Acranoff Sioux Ctty. loua Education Utngaage Arts Alpha Epsilon Phi Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Illio (I) ; Illini Union Committee (1. 2); Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1. 2. 3); House President (3); Freshman Frolic Committee Honors Day (21 Ahikur Pai ' i, Ahrrndt ChiCiigo Heights Engineering Michitnicil Engineering Moore Hall Phi Karr-i i ' lii; T- ' u Beta Pi: P ' l ' Sigm.i ; Pi Tau Sigma; House President (3); A.S.M.E. I S.A.E. Honors Day (I. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Kfv Dolores Eav Ahrens Kankakee Education General Science Evans Hall Alpha Lambda Delta: W.A.A. Board (2): W.A.A. (1.2.3.4); House President (-1) Honors Day (1 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Kenneth Ralph Ahrens St. Afinc Physical Education Physical Education N ' arsity Baseball Squad (2) ; Freshman ' ar- sity Squad Helen Elizabeth Aine Laurcncciille Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Delta Zeta Campus Chest (2. 3) : W.A.A. (3) ; Spanish Club MacMurray College Ethel Marv Alavu Chicago Li beral Arts and Sciences Sociology Busey Hall Star Course Manager (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- mittee (I) ; W.A.A. (1, 2. 4) W.G.S. Exec- utive Council (2) Paul Albaum Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lundgren House Illini Veterans; Intercollegiate Zionist Feder- ation ; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Michigan College of Mining Technology ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Shirley Ann Aldous Oak Laivn Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Lincoln Avenue Residence Halts Alpha Lambda Delta ; Pi Mu Epsilon ; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4) Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress Honors Day (1, 2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Seymour Alexander. P jiwrg j, Pa. Fine and Applied Arts Painting Illustrators: McKinley Foundation Student Council (4) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Shrivenham American University, Carnegie Institute of Technology Helen Barbara Allaway Downers Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Busey Hall Seabury Foundation Student Council (2, 3) North Centra! College Maiui.vn Rai: Allen Oak Park Fine and Applied Arts Advertising Design Alpha Delta Pi Paul Samuel Allen Mayiinod Division of Special Services Physical Sciences Exni " r Hall Navy Pier Extension of the University of lllin.is James Weglr Allison Flat R ' .ch Agriculture Agriculture Science Mmnc Hall Agricultural Education Cluh John McKeown Allison Plat Rick Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Moore Hall First Lieutenant, . ir Force Wing ; Arnold Society of Air Cadets John Wesley Almburg Malta Agriculture General Agricultine Alpha Gamma Rho Associate Business Manager, Illio ; Ma-wan- Da; Star and Scroll; The Illio (1. 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1. 2) ; Varsity Wrest- ling Squad (2. 3, 4) ; Agriculture Club; Hoof , ' . ;ij Horn Club I lowARD Alper Chicago Journalism Advetiising Aiplia Epsilon Pi Assistant Editor, The Daily illini ; Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (I, 2. 3); Illini Union Committee (2); mental Band (1, 2) Second Regi- John Franklin Alsip Agriculture General Agriculturt Honors Day (2) Yale University .Ogden I, MES Francis Althoff Effingham Commerce Accountancy Newman Hall Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini L ' nion Board (4) ; Campus Chest (4) ; Ac- countancy Club Honors Day (1) Huitr Edmund Altman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Education Newman Hall Student Senate (3) ; Teachers-in-Training 1 lub Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois A7 Ift i(S Si VMoi u Ai.iM.AN Chtcjso Fine and Applied Arts Aichitectuuil Design Gargoyle : The Daily tllini (5. 4); Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4) : A.I.A. ; Navy Pier Alumni AsSDCiation Na 7 Pier Activities; Student Congress Honors Day (2. 3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illin:is nA II) rnti it Amaho. . .Piinamu City, P.ni.nn.t Liheral Arts and Sciences Inionatiotiiil Affiitirs C.osmnpolitan Accountancy Cluh ; French Club; Ibcro-Amen- can Association ; Marketing Club Jam IS Lc iHrn Ambrose Sottiille Commerce Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Ru HARD Warrhn Amos Chicisgo Liberal Arts and Sciences Econnniics Sigma Nil ]. UYs Edward Ams Union City. Tt ' iti. Engineering Electrical Eng neemig Phi Kappa Phi University of Tennessee Paul Hi-nbv Anders Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Chewj.)tiy Kinjis Ri K ' House President (3) AiitiN Ffrdinand Andhrson Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Airh tfcf fif Newman Hall ALA. ; A-S.C.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- .itt.-n Nav ' Pier Extension ' f the L ' niversity of Illinois IUriur Ann Andfrson Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Kirkwood Wright Junior College; Northwestern Univer- sity; Roosevelt College; Michigan State Col- lege Ct.audi: V m AsnrRSON Sflhtan C ' ommerce AiC ' tiniancy Alph.i T.iu Omega Irihe ot Illini (2, 3. 4) : Varsity Basketball Squad (1. 2. 3. 4), Letter (2. 3. 4) ; Account- .incy ( luh 48 Dorothy Irinl Anderson Fine and Applied Arts Alt Education Beta House Honors Day (2) E RL Bfrn ru Anderson Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lundgren Hi:use House President (4); A.SM.E. ; Na 7 Pier Alumni Ass ciation Navy Pier Extension ol the University of Illinois EsTFLLE Gloria Anderson Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Phi Shorter Board; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3 : Panhellenic Executive Coun- cil (3. 4 ; Student Senate (4) ; Coordination Ci.mmittee I4»: WILL U.2I Honors Day (3 I Harlan Ei ' cfnf Anderson Freeport Engineering Engineering Physics Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Mu Epsilon ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2 ; Football March- ing Band (1, 2. 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band (3. 4); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); A.S.M.E. Honors Day (I. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3 I John Carl Anderson Champaign Engineering General Engineering Lenore Jane Anderson Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Lincoln Avenue Residence Hails Micro-Tech Club Wright Junior College Lois Jean Anderson, Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Delta Zeta Mortar Board (N.U.) Northwestern U niversity Ralhh Edward Anderson Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. . Chicago RnnrRT BR ' t r Andfrson Osco Agriculture General Agriculture Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture Club; A.S.A.E. L ' niversity of Iowa; Galesburg Extension ot the L ' niversity of Illinois Roiii.Ri- Clark Am)i:rson GMal ufg Engineering MetiiHnniical EnRhiefiitig Tau Kappa Epsiltm Engineering C.uncii (4); A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. ; Galcsburg Aluinni Assuciation ; M.I.S. ; S.A.E. Knox CUegt-; Galcsburg Extension ol tlic University of Illinois Robi:ri .?i HN Anderson. Jr ChidiRo I.ihtral Arts and Sciences English Chi Gamma l. ' ta; University Chorus (3) : Illini Writers (-1) Northwestern University; University of Cnl- orado; Navy Pier Extension nf the Univt-r- sitj ' of Ilhnois Roger Edvcard Anderson Donoi Liberal Arts and Sciences Chvmiitry Alpha Chi Sigma William Arthir Anderson New RochfUc. N.V. Engineering Mfchan ' ical Engnifcrhig Illinois Technograph (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Engineer ing Council (4) A.S.M.E. William Frfdrick Anderson Mattoou Engineering Civil Enginceiiug A.S.C.E. ; Christian Science Organization Eastern Illinois State College Frank Henry Andrejasich. . . Engineering Civil Engineering Newman Hall Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. St. Ambrose College Charlts Brlci: Andrews Champaign Commerce Marketing Beta Theta Pi Alpha Kappa Psi ; Interfraternity Council (■)) ; Marketing Club .Lee JosEt ' H Andruss, Jr Highl.imi P.ni Division of Special Services Commerce Tau Kappa Epsilon Accountancy Club ; American Legion Post No. 909: Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management : Spanish Club Gregg College Robert Eugene Ansel Chicago - V Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry A.C.S. Navy Pier Extension of the Universit) ' of Illinois k iSr ' m0i ' Vl HA Kosr ANLIMONIK Chicdgo Liberal Arts and Sciences English Evans Hall W.A.A. (3. 4) ; University Chorus (3) I Choristers (3): Oratorio Society (4); Illini I hristian Fellowship (5, 4) Hcrzl Junior College Frank Susumu Aoyama Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Lta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1.2.3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key HiNRV Ti-isuo AovAMA Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors D.Ty (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key OoMiNic Salvadore Arbisi Rockjord Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Honors Day (I ) Rosemary Ann Archibald Joliet Agriculture Home Economics 4-H House Mortar Board ; Torch ; Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Illini L nion Board (4) ; Campus Chest (4) ; W ' .G.S. Executive Council (3.4); Illinois Agriculturist (1,2.41; Campus Chest Allo- ..itions and Advisory Board (4) ; Mihila Ball ( ommittee (11; Sopliomore Cotillion Com- iiiittce; W.G.S. Ball Committee; Home Eco- [lomics Club Honors Day (1, 2. 31 ; LIniversit y of Illinois Scholarship Key Donald Gilbert Arends Sibley Agriculture Agricultural Science Flagg House Illinois Agriculturist (4) ; A.S.M.E. William George Arends Melrin Agriculture General Agriculture Medea Lodge Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club Ralph Peter Arens Blue Island Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Synton Honors Day (1) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles EdviAru Kk xi . . .Mishauaka, Ind. Commerce Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma ; Accountancy Club Honors Day (1.2.3); Uni%crsity of Illinois Sciuilarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 49 9 1 RoHiRT HovxARD ARNOLD DanvHU Division of Special Services Accountancy Accountancy Club James Millikin University Catherine Louise Arondelli. . .Christopher Agriculture Retailing Alpha Omicron PJ The Daily Illini (2) ; lUini Union Committee (1.2): Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Sopho- more Cotillion Committee ; Home Economics Club Paul Jules Aronson Grettt Neck, N.Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Tau Epsilon Phi The Daily Illini (1); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Council (2) : Fresliman Frolic Committee; lUini Insurance Society WfLi.iAM Hurst Arthur SinuUo Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Phi Eta Sigma ; Galesburg Alumnj Associ- ation ; German Club Honors Day (1,2) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Harry Robert Aschan Rockford Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; AT.E.E.-I.R.E. ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (2) ti. 1 . i William Frederick Aschbrenner. . .f ( )rf Commerce Management Delta Tau Delta Thornton Junior College Glenn Irwin Ash Harristoivu Agriculture General Agriculture Tau Kappa Epsilon Illinuis Agriculturist (4); Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club James Millikin University Homer Lee Ash Huntington. W. V.i. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Kappa Sigma Sachem; Illini Union Committee (1.3); Tribe of lUini ; Varsity Swimming Squad (3, 4), Letter (3. 4) ; Dolphins (3, 4) ; Ath- letic Council (4) ; Lieutenant, Battalion of Midshipmen; Phalanx; German Club George Nick Asimopulos Chicago Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club ; Epsilon Phi Sigma North Park Junior College I tF 50 Ronald Francis Assell... Aurora Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; American Legion Post No. 84 Saint Prncopius College Donovan Lvle Aten MacomO Fine and Applied Arts Landscape Architecture Phi Sigma Epsilon Men ' s Glee Club (3.4); Fine and Applied Arts Society ; Landscape Architecture Society Western Illinois State College George Dean Atteberry . .,1 Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Ten-O-One Club Alpha Tau Alpha Illinois State Normal University Charles Edward Aubert Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Oregon House I A.S. ; S.A.E. Wright Junior College ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Louis Delbert Audi Bcnld Commerce Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Com- merce Council (4) ; Cadet Major. Army ROTC Regiment; Military Council; Pershing Rifles; Zeta Sigma Alpha; Accountancy Club Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Marilyn Joan Augspurger Lincoln Agriculture Hume Economics Educatt-.m Alpha Xi Delta Shorter Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Phi Upsilon Omicron; The Daily Illini (1) ; Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2.3.4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Illinois Agricul- turist (1) ; Orchesis (1) ; Wesley Foundation Student Council (2); Plow Boy Pmm Com- mittee (I) ; Home Economics Club Allison Leverett Augur Kenilwonh Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Che mistry Delta Phi Star and Scroll ; Football Marching Band (2): First Regimental Band (2t; Second Regimental Band ( 1 ) Irw IN August Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Tau Delta Phi Delta Theta Epsilon ; Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Varsity Football Squad (2) ; Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; Hillel Foundation Student Council (3 ) ; Physical Education Majors Club ; Teachers-in-Training Club ; University of Illinois Recreation Society Honors Day (1, 2. 3) Richard John Augustine Mascoutah Engineering Electrical Engineering A J.E.E.-I.R.E. John Clark Authtr Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre -Law Phi Gamma Delta Skull and Crescent: Phi Eta Sigma; House President (4) ; Class President (l) ; Freshman Council Honors Day (1) Spenclr Ernest Avey Mount Moiris Engineering EU-clricitl Etisitieering Tau Kappa Epsilon A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Monmouth College Marvin Ben Axelrod Peon.i Commerce Accottrtlancy Clark House Y.M.C.A. Committee (2.3.4); Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; Spanish Club Jack Gilbert Ayotte Villa Park Commerce Marketing Bastille Marketing Club New Mexico College of A. and M. ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Clifford Leon Babcock Flora Commerce Business Management Society for the Advancement of Management Wolfgang Albert Bachem Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Delta Chi Varsity Swimming Squad (3) : Navy Pier Alumni Association Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Dan Hess Baer Chicago Journalism Editorial Zeta Beta Tau Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (1,2); mini Union Committee (1) Anita Jeanne Baggott CobJen Commerce Commercial teaching University of Illinois Scholarship Key Kenneth Wayne Bailey Pekin Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Lambda Chi Alpha mini Union Committee (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Campus Chest (4) James Ross B.mru, Jr Wtlliavu field Agriculture General Agriculture noROTHY Grace Baity Flora Agriculture Home Economics Education I ' chner House House President (3) ; All Ag Field Day Com- mittee (2. 3. 4) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee (M ; Home Economics Club; Rural Life Club LoRRLTTA Helen Bak Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences ».iir- Psychology k Navy Pier Alumni Association B Navy Pier Extension of the LIniversity t f HB E T m Charles Lewis Baker Chicago — Education Industrial Education Delta Phi Interfraternity Council (4); Industrial EduC ' -ition Society Harold Albert Baker New York, N.Y. j BiT X M m Liberal Arts and Sciences j »:rrv Political Science mJ Pi Kappa Alpiia ' Mi M O Harold GRirriTH Baker, Jr BctUville m . Law Litf Sigma Chi Phi Delta Phi; F.iotball Manager (2. 3) ; Ca- det Lieutenant Colonel. Army ROTC Regi- ment ; Military Council; Junior Bar Associa- tion Honors Day ) g4 l " ' o Marilyn Louise Baklr. . . . . n ' j City, Mo. m. r= m Education Elemetitaiy Ed nalion B IL 1 % Sigma Delta Tau V mini Union Committee (3) ■• ■ University of Colorado Patricia Marion Baker Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha Xi Delta Mask and Bauble; Illini Lfnion Committee (1) ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2); House Presi- dent (4): Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Illini Theatre Guild Board (3); American Society for Public Administration Honors Day (1, 3) Roger Morse Baker Greene, N.Y. Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. ; Society of the Advance- ment of Management • r i(B x_ James Warren Baldwin. Jr White Hall Engineering General EngineethiR Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; University Ch« rus (3); Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Mili- tary Council; Phalanx; Taii Nu Tau ; Rural Life ( lub Earl Thomas Balkum Lotv.ik , Tex. Engineering Civil Engineering CU Gamma Iota; A.S.C.E. Sul Ross College, Howard Payne College BrRNicE Lillian Bammann Forreil Agriculture Home Economics H ime Ec inoraics Club Illm lis State Normal L niversity Dfrwood Eugtne Bammann Forrest Agriculture VoCiitioniit Agriculture Alplia Tau Alpha; Men ' s Glee Club (1,2. 3); Agricultural Education Club; Agricul- ture f lub; Field and Furrow Illinois State Normal University Martin Albert Bang Bellerose, N.Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Zeta Psi Dulphins (3. 4t Galesburg Extension of the LTniversity of lllin us HnBFRT Lee Bankert. - Miicomh Fine and Applied Arts Music Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (5. 4) ; Football Marching Band (3. 4) ; Univer- sity Sinfonietta (3, 4) ; University Orchestra (3, 4) ; A Cappella Choir (3) Western Illinois State College Edw ARD Gilbert Banks Chicjgo Commerce Marketing Phi Kappa Tau mini Theatre Guild Production StatT (2) ; Campus Chest {3 ) : Interfraternity Council ( 3 ) ; Marketing Club ; Junior Chamber of Commerce JOSFPH Braun Bannon Jolitt Agriculture Floriculture Ruste Armes House President (4) ; Floriculture Club; Mar- keting Club Joliet Junior College Stuart Fernald Baptista Mexico. D.F.. Mex Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Psi Chi ; Philsophy Discussion Club Mexico City College ' ' mi -f £ 52 Patricia Barackman Sireator Physical Education Physical Education Gamma Phi Beta The Illio (1. 2) ; Illini Union Committee (1.2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (I); Campus ( hest (3); W.A.A. (4); Orchesis (1.2); Physical Education Majors Club EiGENE Stanley Barenholtz. .. .Greenville Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Zeta Beta Tau Alfred Waido Barkson Vrbanu Division of Special Services lntlu.it rial Administration Phi Gamma Delta Sachem ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2) Mitchell Lawrence Barnett Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering l.A.S. Honors Day (1.3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Angelo Barra Ogleshy Commerce Management and Marketing Newman Hall Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; Accountancy Club. Marketing Club LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby College Donald Carl Barrett Aurora Agriculture Teacher Training in Vocational Agriculture Agriculture Education Club Northern State Teachers College ; Western Illinois State College Shirley Lee Bartels New Douglas Commerce Marketing Phi Mu Phi Chi Theta; Marketing Club St. Louis Lfniversity Howard Donald Bartelsen Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology La ( oterie Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Pail Franki in Barthel Milledgeiille Education Mathematics Teachcrs-in-Training Club Norman Woif Barneit C ' , w; .( ,u " Journalism Adrcrtifing Alpha Delta Sinma Honors Day (1. 2. 5); University o( Illin.ns SchM|.irsliip Kcv Robert Frank Bariik Cirero Commerce StM fttcil Economics Phi Eta Sigma ; Marketing Club Honors Day (1. 3) Galsehurg Extension of the University " ' ( Illinois Frank Michael Bartkowicz Chicago Division o( Special Services Physic.ii Science A.S.M.E. : United World Federalists Illinois Institute of Technology Alvin ED a; ard Bar x ig Rockjon Commerce Maniigemcni Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club University of Wisconsin Stephen Anthony Baschnonga. . . .C(6 ' fjg ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Gt ' rfNiUj German Club Wright Junior College Patricia Ann Bast TalhJj • - Agriculture (jJ Home Economics McKinley Hall Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) : Home EconomiLS Club; Illmi Blackburn ( lub Blackburn College Richard Dale Bast Tallnlu Agriculture . Tcticher TitUii Ng in Agriculture Illinois Agriculturist (4); Agricultural Edu- cation Club; Agriculture Club; Illini Black- burn Club Blackburn College James Rfid Bateman Gliisjoui Engineering Agficultutiil Engineering A.S.A.E. Illinois State Normal University ; Gales- burg Extension of the University of Illinois Marion Dale Bateman Mdn.(fit J Agriculture VoCiitionM Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha ; Y.MC.A. Committee (2, 3. -1) : Agricultural Education Club; Agri- culture Club; Dair - Production Club Makion William Baiy Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1.2.3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Na y Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Jerome Joseph Baidkus Chicago Engineering Mtchanical Engineering Colonial Manor A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Norman GrtiRGE Bauman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. ; Christian Science Organization ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Activities: Freshman Varsity Track Squad Navy Pier Extensi«)n ()f the University ot Illinois ( ECiL Baylor Vrbana Agriculture Agricultural Economics Delta Sigma Phi Agricultural Economics Club ; Agriculture ( lub ; Field and Furrow J MEs Manuel Bayne Centralia Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Pi Kappa Phi Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4) ; ' I ' .M.C.A. Committee (4 ) ; House President (4): Pershing Rifles; A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. ; Bait and Fly Casting Club; Fine .md Applied Arts S )ciety ( " cntraiia Junior (College Robert Leonard Baxa.... Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Navy Pier I ' Xttnsion of the University of Illinois Theodore Charton Bfach Champaign Physical Education Physical Education Phi Delta Theta Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Tribe of IHini (3. 4) ; Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Letter (3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Squad (U H.)nors Day (1.2) Harold Lee Bean Bloomingtoti Agriculture Agronomy Son ' s Home Alpha Tau Tlpha Illinois State Normal L ' niversity RoiiERT Edw ARD Bear Ba leyiille Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (I, 2. 4) ; Agricultural Economics ' lub; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Hon.irs Day (T. 3. 4) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key yk 53 V) i o 1 William Robert Beard M.iywood Commerce Mat2agepunt Marketing Club Honors Day (1, 2) Navy Pier Extension nf tlic University of Illinois Robert Lynn Beardmore Ch cigo Engineering AUchanictil Engineering mini Union Committee (4); A.S.M.E. ; Christian Science Organization ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University " f Illinois Frieda Ellen BnArry TaylorvUle Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Busey Hall Mask and Bauble; Illini Union Committee (1. 2) ; mini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1.2); W.A.A. (1.2, 3. 4) ; Spanish Club HaYNES MeLVIN BeBOWT. . . .£l ' ( njl ' f, hlii. Division of Special Services Marketing and Man igemetil Delta Chi Y.M.C.A. Committee (3.41 Marilyn Jean Brcic Hollyivood Liberal Arts and Sciences French Cagle Hall House President (4) ; French Club; Gales- burg Alumni Association Honors Day (3) Galesburg Extension of the University nf IHinnis Robert Leopold Beck Chiago Commerce Marketing and Management Clark House House President (4); Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Praetorians Navy Pier Extension of the University nf Illinois William Henry Beck Ott.iw.i Engineering Mechanical Engineering Delta Tau Delta Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Cheer- leader (2): Varsity Gymnastics Squad (2). Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1) Beverly Joan Becker Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3) : Navy Pier Alumni Association University of Wisconsin ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University qf Illinois James Bernard Becker Evansiilh Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Southern Illinois University rt- 54 Robert Milton Beckwitm Chicago Education Elementary Education Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (4) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3.4); Men ' s Glee Club (4); Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Theron Ronald Beeson Pan Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Phi Kappa Sigma Major. Army ROTC Regiment: Phi Chi Eta William Jean Beeson Paris Liberal Arts and Sciences Anthropology Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Cresent; Star Course Manager (2. 3) ; House President (4) ; Intramural Mana- ger (1) ; Anthropology Club; Spanish Club Wab.ish College Ronald William Behm Antigo, Wis. Engineering Mining Engineering U.l.S. Wisconsin Institute of Teclinohigy 1 Eleanor Marian Beling Moline Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Evans Hall Alpha Alpha Gamma; Alpha Pi Delta; Wes- ley Foundation Student Council (5) ; A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society [Edward Francis Bell Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the L nivcrsity of Illinois I Sheldon Paul Behn Chicago Engineering General Engineering Rr yal Towers A.S.M.E. Illinois Institute of Technology ; Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- sity of Illinois Da ID Clifeord Behnkf Decatur Commerce Banking and Finance Sigma Alpha Epsilon Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club James Millikin University Richard Walter Beile Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. i North Park Junior College Em JOT Bell Chicago Engineering Elfcti icitl Engineering Barton House University Chorus (3); A.I.E.E. - I.R.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Society for the Advancement i f Management; United World Federalists . Navy Pier. Extension of the University of Illinois George Chase Beltz St. Albans, N.Y. Fine and Applied Arts Landscape Atchitccture Amvets Post No. 65: Fine and Applied Arts Society; Landscape Architecture Society University of Wisconsin; Marshall College Curtis Brrciir.R Bendell Aleliose Patk Engineering Electrical Engineering Lundgren House First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment; Pi Tau Pi Sigma ; A.I.E.E. - I.R.E. ; United World Federalists Bernard Bendinfr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences G :ology Pi Lambda Phi Cyclothem Club University of California Dolores Aron Bendiner Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Laurel House Roosevelt College Dale Benedict Tivin Falls, Idaho Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Alpha Rho Chf Star and Scroll ; Interfraternity Council (5, 4) ; A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Honors Day (i ) Carl William Benefield Eldorado Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. Honors Day (l. 2. 3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois RiCH RD Charles Benes Benvyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology All-Ways Home Morton Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the LTniverstty of Illinois Howard Fa-i ' Benjanun Chicago Engineering Elictrical Engineering Clark House Football Marching Band (3.4); First Regi- mental Band (3,4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Bernard BrNjAMiN. . .5 . Lo iis, Mo. Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Glider Club; I.A.S. ; S.A.E. Harris Junior College Denny Ray Benner Fittdlay Engineering Mining Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; M.I.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Galesburg Extension of the Univer- sity of Illinois Richard Bennett Ceneva Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega: A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (1 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Phii-Lip Kemper Benoi.iel Sknkie Fme and Applied Arts Architcctuial Engineering A.I.A. : A.S.C.E. Northwestern University Donald Forrest Benson Ofiatia Fine and Applied Arts Aichitectf re A.I.A. Donald Harrv Benson Waukegan Engineering Metalhn gical Engineering M.I.S. Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Austin Benson Vama Commerce Accountancy Acci»untancy Club Galesburg Extension of the University of iilinois , Walter Roderick Benson Chicago ■l Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry m. A Kappa Alpha Psi ■ w Varsity Swimming Squad (3) ; Dolphins (3) ; -i J A.C.S. ; A.I.Ch.E.; German Club; Na -y Pier k =w Alumni Association J ' . Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois tt sl Roselyn Marie Benzel Berwyn Commerce Commercial Training Sherwood Lodge r ' " i iMarketing Club Morton Junior College ' ? .l»ar.; Q ' 55 Ift Mandj I. Menahtm Bi Rt. Chiciign Liberal Arts ;md Sciences Zoology Navy Pier Alumni Association Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pici Extension of the University of Illinois Marilyn Mai: Bfrgkr ChU.i o Journalism Kadio Alpha Epsilon Phi Gamma Alpha Chi ; Theta Sigma Phi ; The Daily Illini (2) ; Illini Union Committee (2. 3) ; Illini Theater Guild Production Staff fl. 2) ; Cheerleader; WILL (3. 4) Honors Day (3) Samlel Berger Ch ' icii ' ) Journalism Adterlisin Phi Sigma Delta Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (2,4) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Thomas Rockwell Bergh Chicago Engineering M.echanical Etig ueetuig A.S.M.E. Kenneth Burnell Bergquist RockjonI Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Zeta ; Illinois Agriculturist (3); First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment ; Persiiing Rifles: Phi Chi Eta; Agriculture Club; Daily Production Club ; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Donald Hill Bergstrom. . .H gA rfBo ' Park Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design University Chorus (3) Navy Pier Extension of the University " I lllmois ERrcK Lee Bfrgstrom ....Chicago Engineering Cn il Engineering Sigma Nu Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (I) Northwestern University ; University of Wis- cnnsin ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Emilv Eleanor Berkos Cicer- ' Agriculture Hi ' iiie Economics Cagie Hall Illini LInion Committee (2 ) ; Epsilon Plu Sigma ; Home Economics Club Morton Junior College LawreN(.f Ivan Berko e Chicag " Liberal Arts and Sciences Engluh Flagg House The Daily Illini (3.4); Student Religious Council (3) : Students for Democratic Action Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini Montana State University; Navy Pier Ex- tension of the University of Illinois 56 Lester Harold Berkson Chicago Commerce Personnel Management Royal Towers Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity ' ( Illinois Ri ossoM Pearl Berman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology I ria Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; dation Student Council (1,; Chest Allocations Board (2) ; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation Hillel Foun- , 3 ) ; Campus .Ch icag • William Edward Bernardi. ,. Commerce Aiarkeling Noble House Junior Chamber of Commerce ; Marketing Club ; Society for Advancement of Manage- ment Wright Junior College Fred Bernheim Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design Scarab; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4t; A.I.A. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Ll-nore Ruth Bernstein Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Laurel House Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta ; Psi Chi Honors Day (1,2,3); University- of Illinois Scholarship Key Ronald Allan Bernstein Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Advertising Design Lundgren House Alpha Phi Omega; Illustrators; Fine and Ap- plied Arts Society; L ' nited World Federalists Martin George Berutti. . . Commerce Marketing Delta Sigma Phi The Daily Illini (3, 4) Honors Day (3 ) St. Louis University Stella Bezansky Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Evans Hall Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta; V.W.C.A. Committee (2); WILL (4) Honors Day (1, 2, 3 ) Rosaline Theresa Biason Chicago Journalism Radio Wescoga Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (5) : WILL (3. 4) : Newman Foundation Stu- dent Council (3, 4) University of Chicago Thomas; Jostpn Bickel Clinton Liberal Arts And Sciences Biological Science C..il(ini.il Manor Foi.tb.ill Marching Band (3) ; First Regi- mental Band ( ) James Millikin University Ignatius Marion Bienms Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineeting Pi Tau Sigma; Engineering Council (3) ; A.S.M.E. ; Junior Chamber of Commerce Honors Day (3) University of Notre Dame; Illinois Institute of Technology; Wilson Junior College John William Bierdeman Crystal hike Division of Special Services Education Football Marching Band (I, 2, 3) ; Second Regimental Band (2. 3) ; Student Religious Council (2) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (3. 4) ; Seabury Foundation Student Council (I, 2. 1) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society RonERT Searcv Bills lutGrange Engineering Mechiinical Engineering Sigm.i Chi Tennis Manager (2) ; Lieutenant Junior Grade, Battalion of Midshipmen; S.A.E. John Howard Bingham E ast Peoria Agriculture Dairy Technology Farm House Star and Scroll; Y.M.C.A. Committee (J. 2) ; Interfraternity Council (3, 4) ; House Presi- dent (3.4); Illinois Agriculturist (1,2,3): Agricultural Council (3, 4) ; All Ag Field Day Committee (I) ; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (1) University of Wisconsin Ralph Norbert Bingman Carmi Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; I.A.S. Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois William Edward Bingman Carmi .Engineering Mechanical Engineering Fireside Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma Honors Day (1.2.3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key William Howard Birkitt Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Mathematics Missouri Valley College: Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Ilinois Robert Charles Bisch Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. f. vi.. n, Leighion Bishop, Jr Chicago Division of Special Services Commerce Phi Kappa Tau A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Angelo Joseph Bisinella Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering American Legion Post No. 909; A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Leslie Ralph Bishop Chicago Law Commerce and Law Phi Kappa Tau Star and Scroll; interfraternity Council (-1); Accountancy Club ; Junior Bar Association Honors Day (3) Wilson Junior College Mahlon Lee Bishop Ptkin Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Chi Phi Alpha Phi Omega ; Interfraternity Council : Varsity Tennis Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (4), Freshman Varsity Squad Jov Martha Biska Niles Agriculture Home Ecotjomu ' j Alpha Phi W.A.A. Board (3, 4) ; Major I (3) ; W.A.A. Numerals (2) ; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Student Senate (4) ; A Cappella Choir (3) ; Spanish Club Herbert Samuel Bistritz Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Barton House A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Arnold Arthur Bitterman Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Phi Kappa Plattoon Commander. Battalion of Midship- men; A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. Martin Morris Blachman Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A S.C.E. ; I.T.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- ation Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ti.iNOR Jeanette B - cvi. . ..Cincinnati. Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Zeta Women ' s Glee Club (I); Spanish Club Sullins College r i. ' afc?S! 57 RoutRT Alan Black Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Econ; mics Delta Kappa Epsilon Intcrfratcrnity Council (4) ; House President )4) josLi ' H Henry Black xell Cetitmlia Commerce Accontiliiticy Alpli-i Pin Alpha Interfraternity Council (3): House President (4) ; Accountancy Club Honors Day ( I J Cl. William Blaha Collinsiillf Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry A.C.S. ; German Club Leslie James Blair Er-ii nton Agriculture General Agricultme Agriculture Club ; Dairy Production Club ; Field and Furfiw ; Hoot and Hnrn Club Elbert Morton Blaisdell Danville Commerce Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma ; Accountancy Club Honors Day (1. 2, 3) LItterback Business College Frank Edward Blake, Jr Sfyiingftehl Engineering Cit ' l Engineernig Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. ; Mu-San Honors Day (2. 3. 4) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Nancv Lois Blaker Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Delta Pi The Daily Illini (1,2); Illini Union Com- mittee (2) Carl Gene Blanyer Mt. Olive Engineering Electrical Engineering. Phi Kappa Phi ; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Ep- silon ; Illinois Technograph (2, 3. 4) ; Engine- ering Council (4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Syntun Honors Day (1,2,3.); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Robert Herman Blasius Foteit Park Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 58 John Henry Bleck }X ' aukegJti Engineering Of ' Engineeiing Theta Xi ■ A.S.C.E. Newberry Cidlege ; Colgate University; Uni- versity of North Carolina Thomas Frank Bleck Waukegan Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Theta Xi Star and Scroll; Illini Union Cummittec (2) ; A.I.A.: A.S.C.E. Richard Henry Blessman Hat.if.a Commerce Accountancy Ruste Armes - Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini Union Committee (1); Trader (4); Accountancy Club; Mar- keting Club ; Spanish Club i H Yngve Bloomquist Chicago H Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. - Navy Pier Extensinn of the University of Illinois Sigmi;nd Francls Blum . . . .Nt-w York. N.Y. Fine and Applied Arts Aichitectiire Tau Delta Phi A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society; Illini Veterans Honors Day ( 1 ) Columbi.1 LIniversity ( rciL Perry Boaz. Jr VanJalia Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (2, 3) Regis College Carl John Boehme Chicago Commerce Marketing Accountancy Club , Illini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club Marion BorsE Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences German Alpha Delta Pi German Club; Spanish Club Mac Murray College Lenore Bogolub Chiciigo Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Ivria Psi Chi; French Club; Galesburg Alumni Association ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1,2) Roosevelt College ; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinnis; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Scott Em Hl Bohon Decntnr Lthei.ll Arts and Sciences History Alplia K.iprJ I-.imbda Phi Eta SiK ' Ti.! ; M.isk and Bauble; Pii:rn ts ; The Daily Illrni U: Iliini Theatre Guild Manascr (M: Intcrfratcrnity Council (5t; mini Theatre Gviild Board (4) ; Junior Bar Assjciatinn Honors Day U. -. 3) : University of Illinois Scholarship Key NiKODiiMs Furs BojARS Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Newman Fi-undation Student Council (-1) George Aiij:iistus University DoRts Elaink BOIATIO Olt.lU ' .t C ' lmmetce Siiit ' tiiriitl TfilifJ tlg Linciiln Avenue Residence Halls Phi Chi Theta; W.A.A. : Accountancy Club; Galseburj! Alumni Association Honors Da (2 ' Galesbur.c Extension of the University ot 111 in lis Joseph Syiv hsiFR Bomba Chicr " Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Newman Hall Omega Beta Pi: House President (4); Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University if Illinois DOROTHl ' ElIZA FTH BoND IJihiDl.l Agriculture Home Economics Iota Sigm.i Pi: Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Y.W.C.A. ( ' •mmittce (I ; Home Economics Club Honors Day i 1. 2 I Delmar Houston Bone, Jr MiiHonv Commerce Industrial AdministiMiott Delta Upsilon I.A.S. Eastern Illm js State College Helen Bonk Chicago Lihtral Arts and Sciences ■ Economici Busey Hall Galesburg Alumni Ass-iciation Honors Day f 2 I Galesburg Extensinn of the University of Illinois George Norman Bookwalter. . .Spungfitli Agriculture Fo ' ( Technology Moore Hall Food Technology Association Richard Malcolm Borcherdinc. . .. Cn wgf Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.A.E. : A.S.M.E. Lyons Ti ' unsbip Junior College IV ■ s A Rai ph Fran( is Borgatell Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Newman Hall American Legion Post No. 909 Wright Junior College huuNO Aiiieht Borkovxski Chicago Engineering Eleclricial Engineering Newman Hall A.r.E.E.-I.R.E. : Navy Pier Alumni Associ- ation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Gnvendolvn Anne Born Rossttlle Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Palamar ' I ' .W.C.A. Committee (4) ; Campus Chest (4) : University Chorus (3) ; Women ' s Glee ( lub (3) Illinois Wcsleyan University lose Noel Borromeo Cehu City. Philippine Islands Commerce Accfiititam y Newman Hall Accountancy Club ; lilini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club Frank Walter Borta Chicago Division of Special Services Advertising Art Dnlphins (3) Escuela Universitaria De Bellas; American Academy of Art Otto Bouc, Jr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Pi Kappa Phi Manager Construction, lUini Theatre Guild ; Chi Gamma Iota ; Omega Beta Pi ; Psi Chi : mini Union Committee (4) ; Iliini Theatre Guild Manager (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; Second Regimental Band (2, 3) ; Ger- man Club H ' .nors Day (3) Wilson Junior College Richard James Boubelik Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Shawnee Men ' s Glee Club (4); A.I.Ch.E. ; French Club Honors Day (3) University of Chicago; Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois James Baynard Boulden Carhondale Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma mini Union Committee (3. 4) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Varsity Track Squad (3) ; Cap- tain, Army ROTC Regiment; Tau Nu Tau (3. 4) ; A.S.C.E. Southern Illinois University ERNT ' iT Arihur Boulding. Jr. Buffalo, N.Y. Engineering Cii ' il Engnn-ering Bland House f hi Gamma Iota; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; t hi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. Honors Day (2. 3) University of Buffalo m 59 If) i(tt v. r«. Ralph Eugene Bourland MorrisonvHU Agriculture General Agriculture La Coterie Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow Wayne Allen Bouslog P " " ' Agriculture Generiil Agriculture Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Agriculture Club; Huof and Horn Club Robert Paul Bovee Chicago Engineering General Ertgineeririg Clark House A.S.M.E. Wright Junior College RoBtRT Erick Bovik Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences International Affairs Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of l]|ln is W ' lLLA Catherine Bowen Delphi, InJ Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Alpha Phi mini Union Committee (3.4); Women ' s Glee Club (1, 2) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society ; French Club ; Teachers-in-Training riub Indiana University Richard John Bowers Oak Park Commerce Marketing Delta Chi Varsity Tennis Squad (2) jANfTs Richard Bow es Chicago Commerce Industrial Administration Campus Chest (1, 2) ; Accountancy Club; A.S.M.E. Loris Bowman, Jr Ottawa Engineering Cii ' il Engineering A.S.C.E. Northern Illinois State Teachers College Austin Joseph Boyle Cicero Engineering a til Engineering Graham Lodge A.S.C.E. ; l.T.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- ation 60 i il .■ v jAMrs Thomas Bradburn Pontiac Engineering Mechanical Engineering College Hall A.S.M.E. James Millikin University Sidney Harrington Bradd Beardstown Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design Alpha Rho Chi Illustrators; Illini Union Committee (3. ) Honors Day (2) Donald Eugene Bradfisch Grafton Engineering Cii il Engineering Chi Epsilun; A.S.C.E.; Illini Blackburn Club; l.T.E. Blackburn L ' niversity Edwin Dennett Bradley. Jr Decatur Commerce Marketing Sigma Alpha Epsilon Intiamural Senior Manager : Ma-Wan-Da ; Tribe of Illini (4) ; Varsity Tennis Squad (3, 4). Letter (3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Ten- nis Sq uad (2); Intramural Manager (2,3. A ) : Athletic Council (4) Presbyterian College Jean Carolyn Bradshaw Chicago Education English Chi Omega The lUio (1) ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1 ) Donald Li.oyd Brakensiek Quincy Agriculture and Engineering General Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering Roojah McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; Agriculture Club; A.S.A.E. Honors Day (1, 2) Daniel Miller Branigan Santa Monica, Calif. Fme and Applied Arts Anhitectufe Delta Kappa Epsilon Interfraternity Council (3,4); Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Lieutenant. Battalion of Military Council ; A.I. A. DoNAi 1) Mii ' ioN Braught Chicago Engineering Gitnial Engineering Newm.in Hall A.S.M.E. Wright Junior College I GusTAV Braun Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Aichitectural Engineering L.argoyle; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regi- ment; A. I. A. ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (2 ) University of Detroit; Lewis College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois David Harold Bbazelton Bloomington Agriculture D.tiry Technology Oregon House House President (3) ; Captain. Air Force Wing; Military Council; Arnold Society of Air Cadets ; Pershing Rilles ; Scabbard and Blade ; Dairy Technology Society ; I.A.S. ; Rifle and Pist.d Club Illinois State Normal University Edwin Ray Breed TiconJeroga. N. V. Engineering Civil Engineering Colonial Manor First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment; Pha- lanx; A.S.C.E. Shrivcnham American University James Joseph Breen. Jr Pelham, N. Y. Commerce Aittrketing Alpha Delta Phi House President (4) Loyola L niversity Lloyd Jerome Brenna Chicago Engineering Mtchanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Honors Day fl, 2) Richard Lee Bbennax Ene Liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Sigma Phi mini Theatre Guild Cast (4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; Tempo (3) Nathan George Brenner, Jr Oak Park Engineering Civil Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi Illini Union Committee (3) ; Interfraternity Council (2) ; University Chorus (2 ; Men ' s Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 4) ; A Cappella Choir (4); Illinois Technograph (3); A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. : A.S.C.E. Jeanne Bresee Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences History Pi Beta Phi Illini Union Committee (2) ; Sophomore Co- tillion Committee Honors Day (2. 3) Pomona College Joyce Ann Bresee Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Pi Beta Phi Manager of Painting, Illini Theatre Guild; Shorter Board; T rch ; Mask and Bauble; Xa- tional Collegiate Players; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3, 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1. 2. 3, 4) ; N.S.A. Sen- ate Subcommittee (l) ; WILL (1. 2, 3, 4) Honors Day ( 5 I Neal Saul Breskin Chicago Law Law Lundgren Hnuse Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Nu Beta Epsilon; House President (3) ; Student Senate (3) ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment; Transportation Corps Club; Accountancy Club; Illini Insurance Society ; Junior Bar Associa- tion ; Praetorians Honors Day fl. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key [anu T. TiniTHA Brethorst. . Education Elementary Women ' s Glee Club (3, 4) Joliet Junior College Jolift Gordon Ernest Brigcs Lovington Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Iowa State College; James Millikin Univer- sity JAMES Bright Paris Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Sigma Tau ; Football Marching Band (2, 3. U; First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3. 4); A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (I, 3) WiLiiAM FiNNEV Briney Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Wright Junior College George Earl Brinkerhoff Paris Engineering Ceramics Acacia Keramos ; Illini Christian Fellowship (1 ) ; A.C.S. ; German Club Donald Frank Brockrogge. . . .Co ' jA ' Lake Engineering Civil Engineering Lux Mundi A.S.C.E. ; Galesburg Alumni Association ; I.T.E. Galesburg Extension of the University of Illrnois Ai.BKRT Jav Broday Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Phi Epsilon Pi DePaul University; Roosevelt College; Uni- versity of Miami ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Glln Earl Brolander Rockjord Commerce Industrial Administration Phi Gamma Delta Alpha Kappa Psi ; Alpha Phi Omega; IlUni L ' nion Committee (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3. 4); Interfraternity Council (3. 4); Stu- dent Senate (3) ; Lutheran Foundation Student Council (2, 3) ; Convocations Committee (2, 3. 4) ; First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regi- ment ; Phi Chi Eta ; Scabbard and Blade Arthur Bromley Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. Wright Junior College kv 61 t) isM Edna Belit Brooks Frtepu.t Education English Pric- Club Clarke College jAMis Brooks Louisvilh ' Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Graham Lodge Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education Club: Agriculture Club; Illini Masonic Club Southern Illinois University Richard Vk.tor Brouii-LEtte Chicago Engineering General Engineering Newman Hall Na -y Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles Edwaru Brown Northbrook Physical Education Physical Education Phi Gamma Delta Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4) ; Varsity Football Squad (2. 3, 4), Letter {2. 3. 4); Varsity Wrestling Squad (3) Northern Illinois State Teacher ' s College Donald Jess Brown Chicago Commerce Commercial Teaching Phi Kappa Tau The lUio (1) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1. 3) : N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2) ; Second Regimental Band (1, 2) Claire Eugene Bro« n PenfieU Division of Special Services Dairy Technology Theta Kappa Phi Huuse President (3) ; Newman Foundation Student Council (3); Dairy Technology S ' -- ciety James Bro x n Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Alpha Phi Alpha Na y Pier Extension of the University of Illinois James Lee Brown Kankakee Division of Special Services Marketing Acacia Interfraternity Council (2, 3. 4) ; Marketing Club Lazzerow Brown. Jr Chattanooga, Tenn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Phi Alpha M.I.A. Executive Council (4) ; House Presi- dent (4); Intramural Manager; Social Wel- fare Administration Club Tennessee State A. and I College; Roosevelt " College 62 O Ora Lff. Brown Vaieland, Ind. ' Commerce Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma; Accountancy Club, Illini In- | surancj Society ' H.mt.rs Day (1. 3) ' Phyllis Jean Brown Christ : Education Elementary Education Theta Upsilon Illini Union Committee (3 : Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3» : French Club Christian College Ralph Waldo Brown, Jr E.tst St. Louis Journalism Adieitising Theta Chi Alpha Delta Sigma ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; Freshman Frolic Committee; Scimitar Honors Day (2) Michigan State College ; Texas A. : M. College Raymond Joseph Brown Berwyn Engineering Certim c Eng ntering Exmoor Hall Tau Beta Pi ; Engineering C- uncil (3, 4) : A.C.S. Honors Day (3. 4) Morton Junior College Richard Lee Brown .Urbana Eng ' neering Cinl Engineering Illinois Disciples Foundation Student Coun- cil (1, 2. 3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. Robert Horace Brown i " jTTtnsbuTg Agriculture General Agricultun Alpha Sigma Phi Illini Uni(.n Committee (2, 31 ; Agriculture Club James Millikin University Robert Peter Brow n Aurora Division of Special Services Geology Phi Omega Phi Chicago Technical College Roger Keith Brow n Zion Division of Special Services Biological Science Phi Eta Sigma ; Illini Christian Fellowship ; Teachers-in-Training Club Honors Day (3 ) Na y Pier Extension of the L ' niversity ot Illinois Roger Wayne Brown Ah in Commerce Management Son ' s Home Illinois State Normal University |l Rl ' ssem. THroiuiRF. Brow N . . .£ »K ' vc- ' ( P.nk l.tbcral Arts and Sciences American Sncicty for Public Administratinn . Navy Pier AKimni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University if Illinois MOTT Whiii.oi-K Brown OswfRn C!ommcrcc Cotnttifuial Teaching Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Extension of tlic Uni crsity o( Illinois Thomas Khster Brown Chictigo Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta Sigma Tau : Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma ; The Illio (1. 2. 3) ; IHini Uni. n ( ommittee (2. 31 ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (l) ; lunior Prom Committee; Senior Ball ( oni- liittee : First Lieutenant, Air Force Winy . A.S.M.E. Honors Day (I. 2, 3) : University of Illinois scholarship Key Truman Avery Brown. .AI w« j ' o , Alinr.. Division of Special Services Maikel ng Waldorf Junior College ; University ol Minnesiita NVncy Ann Brue. ._ Ponti.:c Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Alpha Gamma Delta Zcta Phi Eta; lllini Union Committee (3) : W.A.A. (1. 2) ; House President (4) ; Junior Prom Committee Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Marie Brleggemann Milwaukee, Vl ' i Commerce Marketing Evans Hall Trader (3. 4); Marketing Club L niversity of Wisconsin Alan Gene Brumback MenJon Education Mathematics Tau Kappa Epsilon Theatre Guild Production Staff (3) Culver-Stockton College Milton Frederick Brlnner E isex Engineering General Engineering Browery A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Nona Jean Bruns Riicr Forest Fine and Applied Arts Musk Theta Upsilon Sigma Alpha Iota; Fine and Applied Arts Society - 1 i i AnoLpM 1-rRDrNAMi Brux Chictg Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Ptii Delta House President (4) ; Engineering Council (3. 4); A.S.M.E.; Glider Club; S.A.E. Honors Day (2) University of Chicago; Navy Pier Extension " f the LTniversity of Illinois Thomas Bltck Polo Commerce Accountancy Btt.i Gamma Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club ; Galesburg Alumni Association; Marketing Club Honors Day (I. 3) Galesburg Extensiim of the University of Illinois M r ' Rici; RA(.h Budemeier Longview Commerce Personnel Management Second Regimental Band (2 ) ; Accountancy Club ; lllini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club Edmund Charles Biidris Hilhnh ' Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Scarab University of Minnesota ; University of Colo- rado Marv Evonne Blifscher Oak Park Agriculture Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha The Daily lllini (1) ; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; W.A.A. Board (2) ; W.A.A. (2. 3. 4) Richard Hartline Bueord Mt. Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alice Jane Buli Mttiopolis Agriculture Home Economics Evans Hall Home Economics Club Monticello College Patrick William Bullari» Waisaiv Commerce Alarketing Galesburg Alumni Association; lllini Masonic Club; Marketing Club Galesburg Activities: Student Congress Honors Day ( 1 ) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois f Dorothy Mai Bullock Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Morgan Park Junior College 1 63 ,(tt Naomi Ruth Bundsgaard Waukegan Journalism Advertising Palamar Gamma Alpha Chi ; Theta Sigma Phi ; TJie Daily Illini (3) : Illini Union Committee (4) Honors Day (2. 3) Northwestern University; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Barbara Jea.n Bunn Springfield Journalism Editorial Concordia Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Theta Sigma Phi; The Illio (1. 2); Illmi Union Committee (1, 2); University Chorus (5. 4); Oratorio Society (4); WILL (3); Gamma Delta Honors Day (1.2) Jr RRV Paul Birch Dolton Commerce Marketing Shawnee Club Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Intramural Manager (3) ; Accountancy Club; Junior Chamber of Commerce; Marketing Club; Spanish Club Nano ' Carol Burnett Banington Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Gamma Phi Beta Sigma Delta Pi; The Illio (2); University Chorus (2); LAS Council (3. 4); Spanish Club Honors Day (3) Rollins College Glorfa Jean Burns Villa Putk Education Elementary Education Theta Ll ' psilon V.VC ' .C.A. Committee (2) Marilyn Getz Burns Tremont Agriculture Home Economics Education Leinad Manor Home Economics Club; Teachers-in-Training Club Illinois State Normal University Marv Frances Burr Ottawa Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Mathematics Alpha Xi Delta The Daily Illini (3): Y.W.C.A. Committee Ml LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College Margaret Jean Burridge Libertyville Agriculture Home Economics Evans Hall Home Economics Club ; Marketing Club Leonard William Burt Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Sigma Delta Pi ; Physical Education Majors Club Wilson Junior College 4 :iS 64 Patricia Mae Burt Wauwatosa. IT ' . Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Kappa Delta University of Wisconsin -William Charles Burt Streator ■ Commerce Marketing Theta Chi Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad ; German Club ; Marketing Club . Chicago Charlts Warren Busbey Commerce Marketing Phi Kappa Sigma First Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta Morgan Park Junior College George Paul Busfkbos Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Enw in Jay Bush Morrison Engineering Mechanical Engineering ■ A.S.M.E. I Honors Day (2) I Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois ' iRGiNiA Mae Bush Champaign Fine and Applied Arts Alt Education Alpiia Kappa Alpha GtORGiA Fr. nc£S Bushnell RochelU ■ Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Kappa Kappa Gamma iliini Union Director; Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Mask and Bauble; 2 ta Phi Eta: The Illio (!) ; Illini Union Board (4) ; Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union Committee II. 2, 3. 4); Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1, 2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3); First Regimental Band (2) ; Freshman Frolic Committee; Sophomore Cotillion Committee Eugene Maxwell Bushong Hoopeston Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3. 4) : Y.M.C.A. Committee (1. 2); Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy Pro- duction Club Carol June Butler Agriculture Home EcoTiomics Biisey Hall Illini Blackburn Club Blackburn College ViRf.ii. Atchison Builer OrSund Park Agriculture I ' ocat ' iotiitl AgncultMTC Tara Hall Alpha Phi OmcRa : Alpha Tau Alpha; Illini Union Committee ( . 4) ; House President (4) ; Agriculture Etiucation Club; Agriculture Club; Illini Blackburn Club Blackburn College Charles Edward Bcttkrfield, Jr.. Norwalk, Conn. Division of Special Services Clinical Psychology Psi Chi ; American Legion Post No, 909 Gfnb James Buwick .Chicago Education EUnuntary Adminislration Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent ; Kappa Delta Pi ; Tribe of Illini (2. 3, • ) ; Varsity Tennis Squad (2. 3. 4). Letter (2. 3. 4) KoTHELL Dean Buzzard Altamont Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha; Agriculture Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) Leo Edwap.: Cahill Utic.i Physical Education Physical Education Newman Hall Tomahawk; Tribe of Illini; Varsity Football Squad (4). Letter (3) Donald Ed in Cain Ketvanee Engineering Mechanical Engineering S.A.E. University ' of Florida Jamfs Richard Cain Oak Park Commerce Accountancy Tau Kappa Epsilon John Douglas Cain Springfield Commerce Marketing and Management Four Columns Marketing Club ; Society for the Advancement of Management Robert Warren Cain Springfield Commerce Industrial Management Illinois College Anthony Lewiii Calcaterra Herrirt Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. : I.T.E. Pi rhv Cam, as Chicago Law Law Phi Alpha Delta; Epsilon Phi Sigma; Junior H.ir Association Brucr Alexander Campbell Najhville Journalism Editorial Sigma Alpha Epsilon Skull and Crescent; The Daily Illini (1. 2) ; The lllio (1. 2) ; Illini Union Committee (I, 2) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; House President (4) ; Student Senate (3) ; Class President (3) ; Freshman Frolic Committee Norman Marshall Campbell. Los Angeles, Calif. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ] t:. tiS Patricia Ann Campbell Ashland Liberal Arts and Sciences English Sigma Kappa Culver Stockton College RosEMARV Jean Campbell Decatur Journalism Advertising Beta House Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi James MiUikin University Stanley Frey Campbell Vrbana Physical Education Physical Education James Campobello Rockford Agriculture Floriculture Floriculture Club Ancelo Cangiamila Maiden, Mass. Fine and Applied Arts Art Illustrators 65 Morris Clinton Cannon Paxtoti Commerce Personnel Management Acacia Chi Gamma Iota ; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Alpha Phi Omfg.1 : Sigma Iota Epsilon ; lUini Union Committee U) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1) ; Commerce Council (3. 4) ; Cadet Colonel. Army ROTC Regiment ; Military Council ; Pershing Rifles; Phi Chi Eta: Scabbard and Blade; American Legion Post No. 909: Illini Masonic Club ; MarKCting Club ; Society (or the Advancement of Management; Junior Chamber of Commerce Honors Day (I, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key University of Wisconsin ; Cornell University Marvin Jack Cantor Bronx, N. Y. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Phi Eta Sigma ; A. I. A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Honors Day ( 1 ) Delford Rosco Cantrell Champaign Division of Special Services Aiarketing Sigma Alpha Epsilon Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad : Market- ing Club Bruck Woodburn Cap£k Riverside Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Sigma Mu ; M.I.S. Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Ann Capkn Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Kappa Alpha Theta Y.W.C.A. (1, 2): Panhellenic Executive Council (3. 4); House President (3. 4); Terrapin (2 ) University of Colorado Daniel Carey Springfield Commerce Aiarkeltng and Munitgement X ' ewman Hall Alpha Phi Omega ; Marketing Club Springfield Junior College Elvin LaMar Carlson Sycamore Engineering Agricultural Engineering Browery House Captain, Air Force Wing; Arnold Society of Air Cadets; Pershing Rifles; A.S.A.E. Honors Day (3) William Carlson Kewanee Division of Special Services Psychology Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois William Lee Carnahan Rochelle Division of Special Services Marketing and Advertising Student Senate (2, 3) ; N.S.A. Senate Sub- committee (2. 3) ; Baseball Manager (2) ; Marketing Club; Moingwena Oathur Charles Carpenter. .. .3{ . Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Lundgren House Concert Band (2. 3. 4) ; Football Marching Band C, 3. 4) Shurtleff College Elaine Carr Ottawa Education Elementary Education Evans Hall Illmi Blackburn Club Blackburn College Wallace Lvle Carr Waterloo Engineering Elect ical Engineering Brentw-ood A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. , i James Pape Caris Chicag.- Fine and Applied Arts Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture Society Northern Illinois State Teachers College ; Drake University Cameron Carley Chicago Commerce Management Flagg House The Illio (3) ; Illini Union Committee (4) ; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associ.i tion ; Junior Chamber of Commerce Honors Day (4) Navy Pier Extension of the University oi Illinois Roy Walter Carlsfn Chicag Engineering Aiechanical Engineering Beta Theta Pi A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of tlie Vn i versity of Illinois 66 Robert Louis Carriel Eaft St. Lours Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A. I. A.; A.I.Ch.E. ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (3) Norman Edward Carruthers Ladd Engineering General Engineering Captain, Army ROTC Regiment ; Pershing Rifles; Phalanx: Transportation Corps Club Honors Day (3) Kathrvn Ann Carson Clarence Education Elementary Education McKinley Hall The Illio (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2): W.A.A. (1, 2. 3. 4) : House President (4) ; Spanish Club Honors Day (1. 2) BLAKii Frederick. Cartfr Engineering Ceramk Engint erhiR Sigma Phi Epsilon Bradley University .Pfon.i DOROTHV Jane Carter LilchfnlJ Education Elemcntitry EJucdtion Zeta Tau Alpha Shi-Ai ; lilini Union Committee (1, 2) ; House President (4); Freshman Frolic Committee; Sophomore Cotillion C!ommittcc Honors Day ( 1 ) LoNNrr High Carter Spfing itlJ Commerce M.nktlir2g Marketing Club Springfield Junior College Marv Frances Carter Eldoiiuio Fine and Applied Arts Art EJiiCiiiion Zcta Tau Alpha mini Theatre Guild Manager (3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (2) ; Univer- sity Chorus (2 ) MacMurray College ViRGiNrA Lee Carter SprhigftdJ Education Elementary Educittion Stratford House House President (4) ; Baptist Foundation Stu- dent Council Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Betty Lou Cary BellwooJ Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Xi Delta Shi-Ai; The Illio (1. 2) ; Illini Union Com- mittee (1); mini Theatre Guild Manager (2) : Women ' s Glee Club (2) David Ei.mer Cash HuiruiJ Agriculture and Engineering General Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering Pi Kappa Phi Y.M.C.A. Committee (I, 2. 3. 4); Second Regimental Band (1, 2) : Illinois Technograpli (4) ; Student Religious Council (4) ; Mc- Kinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4); A.F.S. : Agriculture Club; A.S.A.E. Honors Day (3) James Lindbergh f;AMiMAN Chiciigo Division of Special Services Social Science Delta Tau Delta Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Campus Chest (4) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Jere Gforgf. Castor MayuooJ Engineering Agricultural Engineering Club G-ler H .use President (4) ; A.F.S. ; A.S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois m KOBERT AnGELO CaTALDO, North Weymouth, Mass, Journalism Ri ' liorting Charles Sexton Catlin Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Dornutl. Scarab; A,[.A. , Fine and Applied Arts So- ciety Wright Junior College; North Park Col- lege; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles Donaid Caughey Aurora Commerce Account, nicy Phi Gamma Delta Skull and Crescent; Football Manager (1, 2) ; Moingwena Patricia Marion Cavan Chicago Commerce Aiarketing Busey Hall W.A.A. (3); University Chorus (3. 4); Trader (4) ; Marketing Club Wright Junior College William La iC ' Rence Cav an augh. .. .Rockford Commerce Personnel Management Kappa Delta Rho Varsity Baseball Squad (3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ; Illini Figure Skating Club; mini Insurance Society; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- agement Michigan State College Robert Anion Cechner Cicero Commerce A anagement Morton Junior College. DePaul Llniversity Edward Martin Cernv Chicago Engineering Cii ' il Engineering Newman Hall A.S.C.E. Navy Pier Extension nf the U niversity of Illinois Irwin Chabon Brooklyn. N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pyt-Mvdicim Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Omega Beta Pi; M.I.A. Executive Council (3. 4) Honors Day (I) Frank Ernest Chadde Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chcmiitry Honors Day (2) Northwestern University; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois ' MO) 67 James Vincent Chambers Chicag " Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Wright Junior College Ya a[ne Anne Chebpeck Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Tiieta Phi Alpha House President {3) : Student Religious Coun- cil (2) ( i)llege of St. Teresa; University of Chicago Joseph Man Get Chakg. .Honolulu. Hau aii Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Honors Day (2) Xavier University Rodney Kam Jan Chang. .Honolulu, Hauaii Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Gargoyle ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Tau Beta Pi : A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. ; Chinese Students Club University of Hawaii Stanv Alcide Changnon. jR....Af . Vernon Division of Special Services Geography Alpha Sigma Phi Skull and Crescent ; Argonaut Club Honors Day (1 ) Eldon Ray Chapman Ait. Carmel Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Lux Mundi Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) William Perc ' Chapman, Jr., Sanjord, Fl.i. Engineering Electrical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha A.LE.E.-I.R.E. ; Synton Florida Southern College James Ha -den Chappee Granite City Engineering General Engineering 309 Club A.S.C.E. : lUini Masonic Club Hyman Chasman Chicago Commerce Economics The Daily lUini (4) ; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois DovN Leland Chenoweth Urban.i Journalism Radio Sigma Delta Chi El gene Joseph Chervinko Cicero Commerce Accountancy ' t 68 Leonard Chevlin Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Na ' y Pier Extension of the University t lilmois Gordon Edward Chicoine Decatur Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Robert Bradley Chin Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Ruby Chin Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Evans Hall Chinese Students Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illin. is Joseph Frank Chlup C . = ' ' Commerce Industrial Administration Theta Xi Interfraternity Council (2); Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management Charles Robert Chodora Bnu -; Commerce Accounting McKinley Foundation Student Council (3,4) ; AccountanQ " Club; Illini Forensic Association; Marketing Club; Junior Chamber of Com- merc;r Morton Junior College Ru HARD Choronzy Chicjgo Engineering Aiechanical Engineering Sifjm.i Phi Delta Associate Editor, The Illinois Technograph ; Ilhnnis Technograph (1.2.3,4); Engineer- ing Council (2); A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. Hon;)rs Day (1. 2) Navy Pier Extension of the LIniversity of Illinois 1 1 Walter Ama Chrisihnsen. .£ wh ' () P iti 1 Commerce I Marketing WILL ( ) : Gamma Delta: Marketing Club; I Navy Pit-r Alumni Associati ' m ; Society for the Advancement of Management ; Junior Chamber of ( ' imimercc Honors Day (1) Navy Pier Extcnsi-m of the University of Illinois RoiiERT (HARii:s Christeanson. . . . Cfoic igo Liberal Arts and Sciences Chintiial Engineering Newman Hall A.C.S. : A.I.Ch.E. Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Tennis Squad (2 ; Letter (2) Honnr.s Day (1) Navy Pier Extension of the University oj Illinois Thomas MicHArt Christie ChampaiKfi Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-dentislry Donald Bruce Christman Kankakee Engineering Ettctriciil Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (2. }) University of Wisconsin Barbara Jkan Chrysler Chicago Advertising Jonrnaliim Busey Hall Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; Uni- versity Chorus (31 ; Oratorio Society (4) Honors Day (1. 2) Aloysius George Ciha Algoma, Wis. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering St. Nnrberfs College David Frederick Cipolle Jotiet Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Joliet Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Herbert Ronald Ciralsky Chicago Commerce Industrial Administration Cosmopolitan Society for the Advancement of Management Karin Margaret Clafeord Park Ridge Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Delta Zeta Women ' s Glee Club (4); A Cappella Choii (2) ; WILL (2) 14 M John Claim- Champaign Engineering lilectrical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad; Journal- ism Council ; Second Lieutenant, Air Force Wing; A.IE.K.-LR.E. Howard Eugi-nr Clark. Jr.. .Brtntwood, Mo. Journalism Advertising Sigma Phi Epsilon Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (3) Westminster College; Washington University Graydon Clark Harrodshurg, Ky. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Baptist Student Union Student Council (3. 4) ; A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (3) Pennsylvania State College; University of Kentucky Kathryn Bozarth Clark Carbondale Libera! Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Gamma Phi Beta Co-Senior Manager, Star Course ; Alortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; The Illio (1. 2); Illini Union Committee (1. 2) ; Star Course Manager (2. 3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1. :. 3) ; Panhellenic Executive Council (3) Honors Day (3) Suzanne Louise Clark Shelbyville Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Spanish Alpha P hi Shorter Board ; Sigma Delta Pi ; The Daily Illini {2, 3) ; Illini Union Committee (1. 2) ; V.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; Spanish Club Wallace Arthur Clark Homer Agriculture Agricultural Economics Alpha Gamma Rho V.M-C.A. Committee (1, 21 ; Second Regi- mental Band (1, 2) ; Agriculture Club; Hoof .ind Horn Club William Lee Clark Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Honors Day (2) .Champaign Walter Henry Ci.arkf Highland Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Delta Sigma Phi Albion College Andrew John Clausen Rockford Journalism Editorial Newman Hall Kappa Tau Alpha ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Sigma Delta Chi ; Illini Masonic Club ico l 69 mA CuLLEN Clarence Clausek. .Omigsturg, P.i. Fine and Applied Arts Mhsic EduCittiofi Sigmj Nu Alpha Phi Omega ; IllinJ Union Committee (2. 3, 4) : Board of Fraternit - Affairs (5. 4) ; Interfraternity Council (3, 4) ; University Chorus (3. 4) ; Interfraternity Executive Coun- cil (3, 4) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society De Paul University ; Rochester University foRREV Balch Clav GaUsbing Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Alpha Zeta ; Chi Gamma Iota; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Illinois Agriculturist (1. 2) ; Agri- cultural Economics Club ; Agricultural Edu- cation Club; Agriculture Club; American Legion Post No. 909; Dairy Production Club; Field and Furrow Honors Day (1, 2) James Edwin Clapton Johnston City Journalism Editorial Sigma Delta Chi ; Captain, Army ROTC Regi- ment ; Arseca Honors Day (2. 3) Ralph William Clayton. ]k.. .Akron. Ohio Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design A. I. A. ; A.S.C.E. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society University of Akron ; Heidelberg University ; Bradley University Jack Edward Clinton Danville Education Spanish Sigma Delta Pi ; Spanish Club Richard Mitchell Clohecv Chicago Division of Special Services jotanalism The Daily Illini (5. 4) ; The Illio (3) ; WILL (3t ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; German Club Shrivenham American L niversity, England ; Galesburg Extension nf the University of Illinois Donald Hovfr Clooxey St. Louis. Mo. Commerce Accountancy Kappa Sigma Varsity Swimming Captain (4) ; Tribe ot Illini (2. 3. 4) ; Varsity Swimming Squj.l (2, §,4). Letter (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Vnr sity Squad; Dolphins (2, 3, 4) Raymond Eucenf Cloutier Manchester, N. H. Liberal Arts and Sciences French University of New Hampshire John Lfroy Clube Rock Island Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Gamma Alpha Rho; I.A.S. 70 A WiLMA La Verne Cluver Cissna Park , Agriculture Home Econornics Lincoln Avenue Residence i Hnme Economics Club MacMurray College ] Stanley Gorman Coates Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biological Science Bait and Fly Casting Club Robert Clayton Coberley Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemittry Phi Eta Sigma Galesburg Activities: V3rsit ' Lettermen ' s Club Honors Day (I, 2) Joliet Junior College; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Benny Lee Cochran l mrencetille Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Barbara Jean Coffeen Wood River Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology McKinley Hall Illini Union Committee (3); Cyclothem Club Carolyn Ruth Coh . .. .Kansas City, Mo. Journalism Adtettising Sigma Delta Tau Torch; Shi-Ai ; The Daily Illini (4); The Illio (1, 2) ; Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini LTnion Committee (I, 2. 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; Hillel Foundation Student Council (1, 2. 5, 41 Daniel Philip Cohen Highland Park Commerce Marketing and Management Alpha Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; Marketing c lub Hon.rs Day (1) Fbancine Gloria Cohen Chicago Commerce Commercial Training Hoste House W.G.S. President (4) ; Shorter Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Phi Chi Thela ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) : W.G.S. Executive Council (3, 4); House President (2. 3); Student Senate (4) ; Committee on Student Affairs {4); Coordination Committee (4); Account- ancy Club RosELYN Lillian Cohen Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls The Daily Illini (2) ; Hillel Foundation Stu- dent r.nmcil I ! ) ROHRRr I.AVdirNCE CoHN Chicago Commerce jMttiicting Tail I:i- silon Phi mini Union Committee (1, 2); Illini Insur ancc Society; Marketing Club Samuki. Cohn ChiCiigo Height. Journalism Atirertishig Newman Hall Alpha Delta Siyma ; The Daily Illini (H Sheldon Cohn Chicago Heights Journalism Adt-ertising Newman Hall Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4) Haroi,d Gl ' y Cohon Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.I.R.E. ; Rifle and Pistol Club Na T Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois Robert Lhe Cohoon Engineering Physics Donald G. Cohrs Fox River Grore Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Chi Gamma lota ; Psi Chi Honors Day ( , M Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Eugene Robert Covhtv r . . .Brooklyti, N. Y. Commerce iMarketing and Management Tau Epsilun Phi Varsity Basketball Squad ; Freshman Varsity Squad; Intramural Council (2); Marketing Club Honors Day (1. 3) Carol Pattersen Coldrfn. .New Castle, Pa Library Library School Delta Delta Delta Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; Choristers (2) Honors Day (3) Ohio Wesleyjn University Earl Burton Cole Chicago Journali sm Advertising Barton House Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Delta Sigma ; Psi Chi : The Daily Illini (3); House President (4); Varsity Wrestling Squad (I. 2) ; Varsity Track Squad (1. 2) Honors Day (l, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University nl Illinois l |i:an DrEORES Cole.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences History Husey Hall Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of lllinnK Morion Sylvan Cole Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteiiology Barton House Navy Pier Alumni Association (4) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Lewis Cole Sfning ie d Commerce Commerce and Law Beta Thcta Pi Skull and Crescent; The Illio (1) ; Star Course Manager (1, 2) ; House President (3) ; Student Senate (3, 4) ; Coordination Com- mittee (4) ; Concert and Entertainment Board (3. 4) : Illini Board of Control (3, 4) Honars Day (2, 3) Betsy Joy Collen Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall W.A.A. (3, 4) ; French Club Roosevelt College CvRus Cass Collins River Forest Commerce Marketing and Management Sigma Chi Marketing Club Hanover College Erlene Louise Collins Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Kappa Alpha Shi-Ai ; Illini Union Committee (3) ; House President (4) Hubert Collins Petersburg Division of Special Services Marketing Zeta Psi Louis Frederick Comper Central ti Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineeiing A.I.Ch.E. Centralia Junior College Richard Charles Conklin Riverside Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of lUrnois y 71 M i(B John Franklin Conl e Urbiifiii Journalism Editorial Graham Lodge Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; First Lieu tenant. Army ROTC Regiment; Phi Chi Eta, Rifle and Pistol Club Honors Day (1.31 M, R 1 HA Jane Conn ChttrnpntK " Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Alcestis mini Union Committee (2) Honors Day (1. 2) Joanne Theresa Connell MounJ. ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Phi Mu The Illio (1) ; WILL (3) ; Newman Founda tiun Student Council (1) Patricia Marie Connell Blue hhintl Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi mini Union Committee (3) Stephens College Edmund Joseph Conness Stretitot Commerce Alana emcnt Newman Hall Ht)nors Day (1. 2) Galesburg Extension of the University i f Illinois Constance Joan Connolly Tuyloni h- Education Elementary Educatioti Alpha Gamma Delta Illinois Wesleyan University Francis Herbert Conrad Chiciit!, " Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Newman Hall A.I.Ch.E. ; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (] ) Navy Pier Extension of the University ■ ( Illinois Rachei, Mae Converse Johet Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Women ' s Annex University of Chicago ; Navy Pier Extensicm of the University of Illinois Edward Dominic Cook. Jr Sycamon- Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Galesburg and Navy Pier Extensions of tlie University of Illinois 72 , C l l A George Robert Cook. .. .Rock Rapids. Iowa Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Lundgren House Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma; Lieutenant Colonel. Army ROTC Regiment ; Military Council ; Pershing Rifles; Phalanx; Tau Nu Tau Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Robert Franklin Cook Bushton Engineering ■ i Aeronautical Engineering r.A.s. Eastern Illinois State College Stephen Miller Cook Etanitort Engineering Electrical Engineering Arthur Allan Cooksey Chicago Commerce Accor4ntancy Alpha Kappa Psi ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Com- merce Council (4) ; Accountancy Club; Gales- burg Alumni Association ; Marketing Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; L ' niversity of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg and Navy Pier Extensions of the L niversity of Illinois Beverly Jane Coon Havana Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Busey Hall Donald Charles Coop Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. Northwestern University ; Wright Junior College John Edgar Cooper Patson, Penn. Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club Honors Day ( 1 ) Raymond David Cooper Overland Park, Kans. Liberal Arts and Sciences Physics Glider Club University of Kansas Margaret Louise Copenhaver. . ..S " i7«£ Sf rf Commerce Commercial Teaching mini Insurance Society Dean Lef Coppfrnoi.l Stockton Agriculture Dttir) Science Alrl ' .i Z«ta: Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; Agri- culture Club: Dairy Pmductitm Club; Himf an J Horn Club Bradley University Martha Jean Corbett Wichita, Kjh. Liberal Arts and Sciences English Pi Beta Phi University of Wichita LrRoY RrrHARD Corhy Wooi ilaik Engineering C.iril ENgiritfrifia A.S.CE. Harlan Knowlton (orrif Ihbjiut Fine and Applied Arts Alt Eli ru.il ion Dflt.1 Phi DrAN Francis Cortright Sandwich Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Black Hawk Galesburg Extension ot the University ol Illinois James Milton Corvh in Conipton Commerce Banking and Finance Sigma Chi Skull and Crescent; Varsity Track Squad 2) ; Football Manager (2); Commerce Council (4); Accountancy Club; Illini Insurance S ' - ciety : Marketing Club William Lloyd Corzine Aisamption Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta ; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3, 4) ; Interfraternity Council (2); Men ' s Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Wesley Foundation Student Council (2. 3) ; Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow Mic HAEL Francis Cosgrove Brook field Engineering Electrical Engineering A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Joseph Cosgbove Brookfietd Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. l.R.E. Navy Pier Extension nf the University of Illinois 7H| I noMAs Paul Cosgbove Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lundgrcn House A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Assn- ciation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois George William Cotter West Frankfort Engineering Electrical Engineering Syntnn Southern Illinois University; Rolla School of Mines; Eastern Illinois State College James Douglas Cottrell Champaign Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Tau Omega Skull and Crescent; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3); Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; Varsity Baseball Squad (2. 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad Honors Day (1. 2. 3) Kenneth John Coughlin La Salle Engineering Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (3) La Salle-Pcru-Oglesby Junior College Patricia Anne Coulter Robinson Education Elementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Accountancy Club Dario Ricardo Cova Benld Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Kappa Phi ; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment; A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (2, 3) Carmen Marie Covey Jacksonville Fine and Applied Arts Music Busey Hall University Chorus (4) ; Illini Christian Fel- lowship (4) MacMurray College Robert James Cowling Mount Carmel Fine and Applied Arts A rchitectural Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Gargoyle; Sigma Tau: A.I.A. ; A.S.CE. Honors Day (3) Depauw University Joanne Theresa Connell Mounds Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Phi Mu The lilio (U ; WILL (3) ; Newman Founda- tion Student Council (1) CO 73 If) Iris Jean Cox Champaign Agriculture Hospital Dietetics University Chorus (2. 3); Choristers (2); Illinois Agriculturist {2, 3, 4) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee (2, 3) ; Home Economics Club John Francis Cox Ml. Sterling Journalism Editorial Galesburg Alumni Association Galcsburg Activities: Galesburg Illini Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Robert lou Cox Wood Ruer Division of Special Services Engineering Delta Upsilon Engineering Council (4) ; I.T.E. ; St. Pat s Ball. Co-Chairmnn (4) Shirley Mae Cox LomsiiUt Agriculture Home Economics Education McKinley Hall Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3) ; Illinois Agri- culturist (3) ; Home Economics Club Glenn Albert Coxhead... Education Physics .RocifofJ Richard Cradv Beruyn Journalism Advertising Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4); Illini Union Committee (3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2, 4) ; Campus Chest (3) ; Men ' s Glee Club (2, 3. 4) ; A Cappella Choir (3) ; WILL (3) University of Arizona Garland Weston Craft Streaiot Commerce Management Marketing Club ; Society for the Advancement of Management Stanley Robert Craine Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Lundgren House Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4); M.I. A. Ex- ecutive Council (4) ; University Chorus: Illini Insurance Society ; Na ' y Pier Alumni Association ; United World Federalists Navy Pier Extension of the University nf Illinois Richard Cramer Maywood Engineering Ciiil Engineering A.S.C.E. 74 Kathryn C ble Crampton Moline Physical Education Physical Education Delta Gamma W.A.A. (3, 4) ; W.A.A. Board (4) ; Basket- ball Manager (3) : Physical Education Majors Club Pine Manor Junior College JrAN MacRae Crane Shelbyville Education Commerce Illinois Wesleyan University Lois I ' On.ne Cra ' kford New Windsor Agriculture Hospital Dietetics 4-H House Omicron Nu : Phi Upsilon Omicron ; McKin- ley Foundation Student Council (4) ; Home Economics Club; Illini Blackburn Club Honors Day (3 ) Blackburn College Roger Allen Crawford Belvidere Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Delta Chi Galesburg Alumni Association Honors Day (1) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Barbara Crays Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Gamma Delta Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1) Marilyn Jean Creath Mt. Carroll Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction McKinley Hall Torch; Alpha Sigma Nu ; Zeta Phi Eta; The Illio (2): W.A.A. Numerals; W.A.A. (I. 2, 3, 4) ; Terrapin (1, 2) Charles Robert Cricks Chicago Commerce Marketing Trader (4) ; Coimnerce Council (4) ; Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Archie Norris Crist River Falls. Wn. Journalism Advertising Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Da; Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (3. 4) River Falls State Teachers College Robert Blain Crocker Quincy Division of Special Services Cifil Engineering Quincy College I Fred Lee Crockett Ei-.wston Division of Special Services Zoology Kjppa Alpha Psi Y.M.C.A. Committee {2. 5) ; Interfraternity Council (3. 4) ; House President (4) ; First Lieutenant, Air Force Wing; Arnold Society of Air Cadets: Scabbard and Blade; Glider Club Gerald Philip Crohn ChicuRo Division of Special Services Management Noble House Omega Beta Pi; Illini Insurance Society; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4) ; Market- ing Club: Na 7 Pier Alumni Association Wilson Junior College ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Clarence Vernon Crow LatvyencerHU- Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology ' . Hi;ni,R Dai.f Cunningham Rossville Division of Special Services Advertising Ilie Daily Illini (1, 2) Vincent Norbert Cupiuro Chicago Engineering Ceramic Engineering A.C.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Glenn Walter Curl Manteno Agriculture Agriculture Education Football Matching Band (I); Agricultural Council (4) ; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club ; Horticulture Club ; Poultry Science Club Patricia Ann C o Lf . ,. .Datenport, lotia Agriculture Home Economics Sigma Kappa Home Economics Mary ' crest College Webster Randall Crowley, Jr Chicago Agriculture Agricultural Science Theta Delta Chi Varsity 150 Pound Football Squad (2) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Brian John Crumlish LakeuooJ Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Star and Scroll ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment: Caisson Club; A.I.A. ; A.S.C-E. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Phyllis Joanne Cruthers Champaign Education Education of Mentally Handicapped Alcestis Y.W.C.A. Committee (3. 4) ; W.A.A. BoarJ (3. 4) ; W.G.S. Executive Council (4) . W.G.S. Ball Committee (4) Hartford Dana Cryder Mindok.i Agriculture General Agriculture Farmhouse All Ag Field Day Committee (3) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee (3) ; Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Honors Day { 1 ) Robert Eari. Cunniff Tinley Paik Commerce Management Society for the Advancement of Management Lyons Township Junior College Carl Franklin Curtis Bellfiower Agriculture General Agriculture Sons Home Alpha Tau Alpha Illinois State Normal University Charles William Curtis, Jr Cairo Physical Education Recreation Donald Ira Cutler Chicago Education Mathematics La Coterie Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day (1, 2, 3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Walter Sylvester Czarnik Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Sigma Phi Chi Gamma Iota: Captain, Army ROTC Regiment: Scabbard and Blade; Zeta Sigma A!ph.-i Russell Carl Dahl Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lundgren House A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Thomas Clayton Dahlin Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Illinois Institute of Technology ; Morgan Park Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 75 in - 3 FnANcrs Bernard Dalton Glen Ellyn Engineering Chemical Engineering A.S.M.E. Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Karl Edwin Dame Freepoit Commerce Marketing Galesburg Alumni Association ; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- agement Galesburg Extension of the Universitj ' of Illinois Thomas Harding Daniels Champtiign Fine and Applied Arts Arihitecture A. I. A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society University of Colorado Al ' drev Grace Dannhaler Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Studies Busey Hall The Daily Itlini (3); Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff; Campus Chest (41; Terra- pin (3) ; Nav7 Pier Alumni Association University of Wisconsin ; Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- srty of Illinois Kenneth Robert Darre Oak Park Division of Special Services Speech Kappa Sigma Student Staff Manager, Illini Theatre Guild ; Mask and Bauble; Pierrots; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (3.4); Illmi Theatre Guild Cast (3. 4) ; Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment; Illini Veterans Westminster College Arthl ' r Cornelius Daugherty Dupo Liberal Arts and Sciences General Speech Tau Kappa Epsilon Knox College Louis Edward Davidson Lansing Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Theta Xi Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily Illini (3) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Illinois Technograph (2, 3) ; Pershing Rifles; A.C.S. ; A.I.Ch.E. ; Synton Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Elaine Davis Peoria Agriculture General Agriculture Theta Upsilon W.A.A. f3); Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club ; Physical Education Majors Club ; Spanish Club Stephens College ■ George Merrill Davis Alton Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Son ' s Home Football Marching Band (I. 2. 3) ; First Regi- mental Band (1,2.3); A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (3) John Davis Lincoln Division of Special Services Political Science Delta Tau Delta 76 Kenneth Alison Davis Effingham Commerce Management and Marketing Dornoch House President (31 ; Junior Bar Association: Marketing Club Leonard Norman Dams Champaign Journalism Adiertising Tau Delta Phi Tomahawk; Alpha Delta Sigma; Mask and Bauble; Pierrots; The Daily Illini (4) ; Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Assistant Manager (2); Marketing Club; Spanish Club MrL IN Harry Davis Btoomington Engineering Citil Engineering Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. ; Gamma Delta; I.T.E. Illinois State Normal University Wallace Nelson Davis Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Honors Day (3) Brm ' Rae Davison Mtnonk Fine and Applied Arts Advertising Design Phi Mu Illustrators; Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3) : University Chorus (3); Fine and Applied Arts Societ ' Millikin University ; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center James Davlin Springfield Commerce Accountancy Newman Hall Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club; Maiket- ing Club Springfield Junior College U RLFY Beryle Davhson farmer City Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club Laura Elizabeth Dawson Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4t ; Y.W.C.A. Com- mittee (3. 4) ; French Club; Illini Forensic Association ; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Teacher in Training Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Edw AUD Liovu Day Sprin fulJ Engineering Mfchtiniciti Engineerirtfi Triangle A.S.M.E. Honors Day ( 1 ) John Llonard Day Etiwsioit Liber.ll Arts .md Sticnccs Psychology Sigma Nu Galesbutg Almnni Association ; Navy Pici Alumni Association Galcsburg Activities: Galcsburg Iliini Navy Pier and Galesburg Extensions of the University ol Illinois Mary Louise Day CarbonJule- Fine and Applied Arts Mns c Presbyterian Hall Sigma Alpha Iota ; University Chorus (I ) : Women ' s Glee Club (3); McKinley Foun- dation Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Honors Day (1. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Bri ' CE Edward Dean. Chiimpaign Commerce Biinkifig and Finaricf Ruth Agnes Dearing Vrbatui Liberal Arts and Sciences Teucher Training in English Pi Beta Phi mini Union Committee (3) : Star Course Manager (2) : Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; Freshman Frolic Committee ; Sophomore Co- tillion Committee Honors Day (3) Joan Eliz. beth DeBerry. . . .5 . Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Newman Foundation Student Council (-4) John William Decker, Jr Hoopeston Division of Special Services Marketing Iliini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club LoREN Decker Nashtilh Education Elementary Education Washington University Paul McKnight Deeley, Jr Mayuood Fine and Applied Arts AtchitectNre Alpha Chi Rhn Second Lieuten.mt. Air Force Wing; Phalanx; A.r.A. Jam is Calvin Deetjen Chicago Commerce Managcmi-nt Society for the Advancement rpf Management Wright Junior College. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Barhara Jane Defpley Vrhana Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Fred Herman Deindoerfer Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Newman Hall A.C.S. ; A.I.Ch.E. : German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (2, 3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Jerald Dean Denbo Forrest Fine and Applied Arts Adveitising Design Indiana Central College ; Universit ' of Colo- rado Neil Martin Denbo Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. ; Iliini Railroad Club North Park College; Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Thomas Dennis Deerfield Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Alpha Rho Chi A. I. A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Lake Forrest College SAMUEL Berton Denton Waukegan Fine and Applied Arts Architecture (hi Psi Phi Eta Sigma; Scarab; A, I. A. Honors Day (1,2) Walter Joseph DeRoo Molin Engineering Alechanical Engineering AS.A.E. : A.S.M.E. St. Ambrose College Ralph Angelo DeRose Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Theta Kappa Phi A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 77 Phyllis Jean Derklr Alt. Carroll Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Spanish Phi Mu Shi-Ai ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; lUini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1.2,3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; Spanish Club Hcmi.rs Day (1, 3) Frank James DeSimone Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Delta Phi Campus Chest (3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Elaine Gladys Desort Palatine Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Phi Mu Y.W.C.A. Committee (3.4) Honors Day (3) University of Colorado Otis DaVee Dessaves Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences History Wright Junior College Richard Charles Detrich Chicago Division of Special Services Industrial Design Illustrators Wright Junior College Walter Eduard Deuchler, Jr Aurora Engineering General Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Star Course Manager (2); Pershing Rifles; Bait and Fly Casting Club; Rifle and Pistol Club Honors Day (I. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Bernice Devak Brooklyn, N. Y. Journalism Editorial Phi Sigma Sigma Theta Sigma Phi; WILL (3) Bradley University ; Ohio University JriHN Carnegie DeVore Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Newman Hall A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. : Illuminating Engineering So- ciety University of Kansas; St. Ambrose College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Levente DeWarga Budapest. Hungaty Engineering Mechanical Engineering Cosmopolitan Seabury Foundation Student Council (3 ) ; A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. Royal Hungarian Technical University. Budapest, Hungary 78 . i Richard Stanley DeWitt Rockford Division of Special Services Marketing Galesburg Alumni Association ; Marketing Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinnis William Weldon DeWitt Vinita. Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences History Phi Delta Theta Senior Baseball Manager; Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Tribe it lllini (4) ; Baseball Manager (2, 3) ; Moin wena ( larke Elliott Dexter Bloomington Commerce Marketing Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescent ; Alpha Kappa Psi Honors Day (1) Evelyn Dexter Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Campus Chest ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Uldarico Arturo Diaz, Barranquilla, Colombia, S. Agriculture Agricultural Science Roojah Ibero- American Association Phyllis Hope Dicker Brooklyn, N.Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Keeler Klub The Daily Illini (2,3); lUini Union Com- mittee (3, 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (S.4); Campus Chest (3); House President (4) ; WILL (3, 4) University of Wisconsin Guy Edw ard Dickey Paxton Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Captain, Air Force Wing; Arnold Society of Air Cadets ; Scabbard and Blade ; I.A.S. Orville Wallace Dickhaut Mascoutah Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Illi- nois Agriculturist (4); Lutheran Foundation, Student Council (3. 4) ; Agricultural Econom- ics Club ; Agriculture Club ; Field and Fur- mw ; Gamma Delta Honors Day (I. 2. 3) Irwin Lloyd Dickstein Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Stagger Inn Omega Beta Pi ; German Club ; Micro-Tech Club; Na 7 Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (I) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Richard John Didier RockforJ I Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1.3) Thomas Channing Dieffenbacher. .Hatami Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club; Marketing Club MARyHFi.EN Anne Dietrich Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Summit House President (4) Honors Day (3) Mundclein College; Navy Pier Extension ot the University of Illinois William Edward Dillman Champaign Division of Special Services Advertising and Agriculture Alpha Sigma Phi Dairy Technology Society John William Dimmich, Williamspoit, hid. Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Scarab Honors Day ( 1 ) Butler University ; Jordan Conservatory of Music William Ellis Dimond Lot-ington Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Zeta ; AH Ag Field Day Committee (3,4); Plow Boy Prom Committee (2,3); Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day U . 2 ) Kenneth LeRov Dittmer Trenton Commerce Marketing Phi Kappa Tau Alpha Delta Sigma ; Interfraternity Counci I (3) ; I.A.S. ; Illini Insurance Society; Market ing Club Wilma May Divine Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences English Ralph Herman Dix Qoincy Engineering Civil Engineering Clark House Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. Quincy College l cJf. I Khidir Husain Dizdi Arhii, Iraq Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Baghdad Teacher Training College Parker Lincoln Doan Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (2) Purdue University ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles David Dobson Shumtvay Engineering Mining Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon M.I.S. Joseph Sylvester Dock Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering I.A.S. Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Robert William Doehler Mt. Olive Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Phi Kappa Psi Basketball Manager (2, 3) Blackburn College John William Doering Maywood Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Council (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Patrick DoHERTi ' Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies German Club University of California at Los Angeles Francis Joseph Dolan St. Louis, Mo. Physical Education Recreation Varsity Captain, Gymnastics team; Ma-Wan- Da; Sachem; Phi Epsilon Kappa ' ; Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4) ; Gymnastic s Varsity Squad; Dolphins (3, 4) ; University of Illinois Recre- ation Society Donn Dolby Elgin Agriculture Floriculture Alpha Zeta; Pi Alpha Xi ; AH Ag Field Day Committee ; Agriculture Club ; Floriculture Club Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key 79 Donald W ' illiam Dole Matioon Agriculture Gineral Agriculture Eastern Illinois State College Richard James Dominetta Amboy Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Acacia Interfraternity Council (2); Chairman, Mili- tary Bali (3) ; Captain. Army ROTC Regi- ment; Military Council; Phalanx; Pi Tau Pi Sigma ; A.I.Ch.E. Charles James Donnelly Kankakee Engineering Chemical Engineering Sigma Pi Skull and Crescent; Interfraternity Council (2, 5, 4) ; House President (4) ; Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; A.S.M.E. Sevmolr Morton Dordick. Journalism Advertising Sigma Alpha Mu Alpha Delta Sigma . Chicago Dorothy Lfe DoRMrsE Mt. Sterling Agriculture Home Economics Education McKinley Hall Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; All Ag Field Day C ' tmmittee (1,3 ; Home Economics Club; Rural Lite Club ; Teachers-in-Training Club Honors Day (3) Ei GENE Gerald Dorn Belvidere Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Delta Sigma Phi Cyclothem Club University of New Mexico Robert Marshall Dossing Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Blackhawk Randall Earl Doty Benton Agriculture General Agriculture rheta Chi Intramural Manager (3) ; Agricultural Eco- nomics Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Southern Illinois University Frances Connell Douchert ' . . . .Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Zeta Phi Eta ; Illini Forensic Association Springfield Junior College fr ' 1 ■ Jw 80 Paul Warren Douglas 5 ;. Louis. Mo. Journalism Advertising Sigma Chi Skull and Crescent; Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily mini (4); Tribe of Illmi ; Varsity Football Squad (2. 3. 4». Letter (2. 3. 4) ; WILL (4) Joseph Ho ard Dow Danville Commerce Accountancy First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment ; Scabbard and Blade ; Accountancy Club Bradley University PATRictA Jane Dowling Vrbana Education Elementary Education 4-H House Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1, 2) ; Newman Foundation Student Council (4) ; French Club ; German Club A [DREY Rosalia Dowling Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Kappa Alpha Psi Chi Bftsy Anntonette Downs Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Advertising Design Pi Beta Phi Terrapin (1.2) Harold Ivan Downs Memphis, Tenn. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Synton Memphis State College; University of the South James Downs East St. Louis Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Chief Illiniwek (2. 5. 4) Robert Clayton Dow ns Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. ; I.T.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Paul Glenn Drake Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Quincy College .Quincy ! Frank Ja( kman Drapir O.tk P.nk } Division of Special Services I Economics Psi Upsilon I Honors Day ( M I University t Miniusnt.i : University i i Wisconsin; Navy Pier Extension nf the Uni- versity of Illinois Arthur THARtrs DRisHiimf, Jr.. -4t Ctatige Liberal Arts and Sciences Chtmic.tl Ettgineering Barton House Tomahawk; Phi Kappa Phi; Siema Tau ; T.ui Beta Pi ; Phi Etii Sigma ; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; The Illio (1) ; Illinois Technograph (1. 2, 3) ; Captain. Army ROTC Resiment ; A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; Llniversity of Illinois Scholarship Key Joyce Collefn Drew KcnUuorth Journalism AdiertishiR Kappa Alpha Theta President. Y.W.C.A. ; Mortar Board; Shi-Ai ; Theta Sigma Phi; The Illio (1); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2.3.4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1. 2, 3) ; Panhellenic Executive Council (2, 5) : Freshman Frolic Committee; lUini Board of Control (3. 4) Honors Day (5) John Patrick Driscoll Chicago Agriculture General AgricultNte Agriculture Club Loras College Robert Edwin Drom BrookfieU Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemiiti-y Zeta Psi Omega Beta Pi Lyons Township Junior College John Brown Droste Mount Oine Division of Special Services Geology Phi Kappa Psi Skull and Crescent (2) ; Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Cyclothem Club Virginia Military Institute Robert Frank Druley. Chicago Commerce Accountancy Phi Sigma Kappa Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University ol Iltinois Russell Edward DuBois Triumph Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in French Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Phi Honors Day (1,3) Thomas Peter Duddy Commerce Marketing Marketing Club WlLI-IAM DrAN Dl ENSING AufOt.i l.ibfral Arts and Sciences Spanish Barton Mouse Alpha Kappa Psi ; lUini Theatre Guild Cast (3) ; House President (4) ; Men ' s Glee Club (3,4) : WILL (3. 4) ; Marketing Club; Span- ish Club Honors Day (3) University of Toledo C:HARLrS Cl.lFTON DliNCAN Rofetille Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Agriculture Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn C uh Western Illinois State College John Albert Dungan Chicago Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois RoBELVF Trumbo Dungy Dttm t, AUch. Education Elementary Education Lewis Business Institute ; Gregg Teac hers ' College Peter Edward Dunn Homewood Engineering Ceramic Engineering Andrew Raymond Durik Beniyn Engineering Mechanical Engineering Granada Club Morton Junior College WiLMER Marion Duvall Ali ' m Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (3) Shurtleff College Sandra Dwork Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Laurel House Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta; Mjjor I (2.3); House Presi- dent (3, 4) Honors Day (1.2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Laurence Alpfrt Xi ' ' ?-fi.. . . .Scituate, Man. Journalism Editorial The Daily Illini (3,4); C.P.O.. Air Force Wing 81 »ft CO X Luc« John Dvkstra Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Roosevelt College ; Illinois Institute of Technology ; Na 7 Pier Extension of the Uni- versity of Illinois Jo Anne Eades Petersburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Teachef Training in Speech Delti Delta Delta Assistant General Manager. Illini Theater Guild ; Mortar Board ; Torch ; Shi-AI ; Mask and Bauble ; National Collegiate Players ; Zeta Phi Eta ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2,3.4); Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1,2. 3. 4) ; WILL (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Board (3, 4) ; Illini Forensic Associa- tion Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Stephen Lee Eakman AUdo Engineering Electrical Engineering Lux Mundi Sigma Tau ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Galesburg Alumni Association; Illini Chess Club; Illini Masonic Club Honors Day (2,3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Mae Eanes Jefre Hiiute. Irni. Journalism Editorial Presbyterian Hall Assistant Editor, The Daily Illini ; Shorter Board ; Torch ; Theta Sigma Phi ; The Daily IllrnI (1, 2, 3, 4) Wallace Carl Eberhardt Decatur Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.; Gamma Delta; S.A.E. Robert Jevert Eckles Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Painting Alpha Rho Chi Illustrators Honors Day (1 ) Wright Junior College ; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Paul Laverne Eckert Herrin Physical Education Physical Education Alpha Sigma Phi Phi Epsilon Kappa; Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3) ; Freshman Basketball Squad; Physical Education Majors Club Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Peter Alexander Eckert Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Music Phi Gamma Delta Pi Kappa Lambda ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (1, 2) ; Foot- ball Marching Band (1,2); University Sin- fonetta (4) ; University Orchestra (2, 3. 4) ; A Cappella Choir (2, 3) ; Opera Workshop (3) Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Sheldon Edelman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Nu Beta Epsilon ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Navy Pier Activities: Editor, Pier Illini ; Theatre Guild Board of Directors, Cast Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois i»;.. .M Virginia Edie Monticello Commerce Commercial Teaching Chi Omega Mask and Bauble; Illini Theatre Guild Man- ager (1,2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1.2); First Regimental Band (1) Dorothy Anne Edmunds Cerro Gordo Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4) Illinois Wesleyan University Carol Jean Edwards Chicago Journalism Advertising Evans Hall Kappa Tau Alpha; Theta Sigma Phi; Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Illini Writers (4) ; Trader (3. 4) ; Student Religious Council 13) ; Baptist Foundation Student Council (3. 4 1 ; Marketing Club Honors Day (3) Morgan Park Junior College Joanne Pauline Edwards Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Delta Gamma niini Union Committee (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet (3.4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1.2,3. -it : Campus Chest (2) Mary Etta Edwards Mound City Physical Education Physical Education Leeman Lodge Illini Theater Guild Production Staff (1.2); W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Student Senate (3) Robert Morton Edwards Poplar Grove Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Roojah Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; House President (4); Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club Margaret Egalnick Chicago Education English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Alpha Pi Delta; Illini Theater Guild Produc- tion Staff (2.3); Freshman Council; French Club; Teachers-in-Training Club LeRoy Carl Eichberger Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.; M.I.S. Hjalti Einabsson Bolunga ri ' ik, Iceland Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Cosmopolitan House President (3); A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (2) University of Iceland 82 David Eisen Chicago Commerce Personnel Manitgemcnt Cosmopolitan mini Theatre Guild Cast (1) Alfred Eisenberg Chicago Commerce Marieting Tau Delta Phi Interfraternity Council {2. 3) : Bait and Fl Casting Club; Marketing Club Richard John Eisenach Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of University of Illinois Jban Lenore Eisler Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Alpha Kappa Delta Drake Lfniversity Robert Dean Elbert Shelbytille Agriculture General Agriculture Mary Ellen Elkin Spring ieU Liberal Arts and Sciences Botany Presbyterian Hall Illinois College Russell Eugene Eller Dixon Division of Special Services Marketing Annex Hall Campus Chest (2, 3) ; University Chorus (1. 2) ; Men ' s Glee Club (3) ; Freshman Week Committee; Illini Veterans Alvin Bernard Elliott Morrisonville Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Delta Phi Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; Illinois Agriculturist (3 ) ; Agricultural Edu- cation Club Nelda Jane Elliott Byron Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Pi Beta Phi Women ' s Glee Club (2, 3) ; Teachers-in- Training Club Honors Day (5) Lawrence College; Northwestern University i ' A 11 , Quintin King Elliott Sireator Agriculture General Agriculture Farm House Wrestling Manager (2, 3) : All Ag Field Day Committee (4) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee (3); Agricultural Economics Club; Agricul- ture Club: Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn ( lub ; Mningwcna Donald Oakley Ei.i.is Rockjord Physical Education Phydiiil Education Sigma Phi Epsilon Tribe of Illini; Varsity Football Squad (2, 3.4). Letter (3.4); Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squad ; Industrial Education Society James Warren Ellis, Jr Ridgejarm Agriculture Rural Sociology Wesley Foundation Student Council (3) ; Agriculture Club ; Dairy Production Club ; Rural Life Club Whittier College Robert Eugene Elyea Wilmington Engineering Electrical Engineering Ruste Armes House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Joliet Junior College Charles Frederick Emmert Elgin Division of Special Services Zoology and Geology Sigma Phi Epsilon Thomas Lee Emrick Aledo Division of Special Services Mathematics and Geography Psi Upsilon Argonaut; Varsity Swimming Squad (3, 4) ; Concert Band (1. 2) ; Football Marching Band (1. 2) ; Dolphins (1, 2. 3, 4) University of Tulsa Lois Mae Endress JoUet Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Robert Eng Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Physics Noble House Pershing Rifles ; Chinese Students Club Wright Junior College Barbara Gertrude Engert Glen Ellyn Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls W.A.A. (2. 3. 4) ; A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the L ' ' niversity of Illinois 83 Ift Beth Ellen Engert Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls W.A.A. 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Committee (1, 2) James Albert Felt Galesburg Journalism Advertising Son ' s Home Alpha Delta Sigma Galesburg Activities: Galesburg Illini Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Painter Felton Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Club Topper O " Leroy Glenn Fensterman Bunker Hill Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Moore Hall Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club Marvin Jack Fenton Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; A.LE.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1) Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Lloyd Allen Ferguson 5 " . Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology 86 John Joseph Fick Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of ) Illinois Rhoda Fiener Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Ray FiGLEwicz Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Synton Illinois Institute of Technology Lawrence Thomas Filer. Joliet Engineering Electrical Engineering Lux Mundi A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Joliet Junior College; Illinois Institute of Technology Clyde Richard Files Dennison Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club Rosemary Finger Marissa Commerce Secretarial Training Leeman Lodge Illini Union Committee (3, 4) MacMurray College Barbara Joan Fink Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Alpha Gamma Delta Zeta Phi Eta; Women ' s Glee Club (4) ; Ora- ti:irio Society (4) Harriet Fink Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Phi Sigma Sigma Shi-Ai: Illini Union Board (3) ; Illini Union Council (2, 3) ; Illini Union Committee (1. , 5); Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2.3): Y.W.C.A. Committee (I. 3) ; Campus Chest (1,2); W.A.A. (1.2,3); Committee on Student Affairs (1.3): WILL (1.3); Ter- rapin (2); Hillel Foundation Student Coun- cil; Freshman Week Committee (3); Junior Prnm Committee ; Sophomore Cotillion Com- mittee Walter William Finke, Jr Nashville Law hue Moore Hall Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; M.I.A. Executive Council (3) : Agricultural Law Club ; Junior Bar Association ; Law Society Honors Day (I. 2) American tfniversity of Berlin Charles Finley Hoopeston Agriculture Agronomy Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Club; Field and Furnnv Honors Day (2. 3) Jack Eugene Finley Eureka Engineering Civil Engitwering A.S.C.E. Eureka College; Rose Polytechnic Institute JAV Firth Agriculture Animal Science Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Club Sidney Bernard Fischburg Chicago Commerce Marketing Alpha Epsilon Pi Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charlotte Louise isqhv.9.. .Cleveland. Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Evans Hall Lyons Township Junior College Donald Frank Fischer Elmhunt Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Exmoor Hall Elmhurst College ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles Lande Fisher Chic.igo Journalism Advertising Noble House Alpha Delta Sigma ; Praetorians Devera Elaine Fisher. .. .Indianapolis, hid. Agriculture Home Economics Education Phi Sigma Sigma mini Union Committee (1, 2 ; Home Eco- nomics Club Indiana Universit ' ; Butler University Emily Jeane Fisher Kantoul Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Omicron Pi Torch ; Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; The Daily lUini (1) ; Illini Union Committee (1) ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); House President (4); Sophomore Cn- tillion Committee Honors Day (2) Jennora Ruth Fisher Crete Physical Education Physical Education r.v.uis Hall Omega Beta Pi; W.A.A. Board (4); Major I ; W.A.A. Numerals ; W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Terra- pin (3, 4) ; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Physical Education Majors Club Hnnors Day (1) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois lo Anne Fishebkeller Lincoln Education Commerce Pi Beta Phi Illini Union Committee (2,3); Choristers (3. 4) Honors Day (2. 3) Clarke College Lawrence Willtam Fisherkeller, Springfield Commerce Marketing and Management Moore Hall Alpha Phi Omega (4) ; Marketing Club Springfield Junior College Joan Marilyn Fishman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Laurel House Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini i:. 3) Honors Day (1. 2, 3) Ralph Fishman Salem Commerce Accountancy Barton House Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club Honors Day (1. 2) Seymorb Guy Fishman Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture A. I. 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Committee (1 Charles William Flesher Champaign Division of Special Services Accountancy Accountancy Club Layo Neil Flick Barry Agriculture General Agriculture Lnukout Manor M.I. A. Executive Council (S.-l); House President (3) ; Student Senate (3 : Intra- mural Council (5 ) ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC: Phi Chi Eta Robert Pease Flint H mdale Fine and Applied Arts Art Alpha Rho Chi Honors Day (1) John August Floberg Rockfoid Commerce Industrial Administration Kappa Delta Rho Freshman Varstiy G()lf Squad (2. 4) ; Market- ing Club Jerrol Lee Flood Rockjord Liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Chi Tribe of lllini ; Golf Varsity Squad (3.4). Letter (3. 4) 88 TV Roger Roy Floody Rockfo Commerce Marketing mini Insurance Society; Marketing Club Illinois Institute of Technology Eugene Albert Fi uuer Chicago Engineering Mechanrcal Engineering A.S.M.E. Honors Day (2 ) Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Howard Glenn Foell Elgin Engineering Mechanical Engineeting Delta Kappa Epsilon Sigma Tau ; Pi Tau Sigma ; Interfrateinity Council (2) ; House President (4) ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1. 2. 3) Seymour Fogelson Chn igo Engineering Aeronautical Engineciing A.S.M.E.; I.A.S. ; S.A.E. ; United World Federalists Herzl Junior College Edwin Arthur Foley Chicagt Commerce Accountancy Lundgren House Alpha Phi Omega; House President (3) ; Ac- countancy Club Navy Pier Extension of the Universrt Illinois i .1 Marcus Bernard Folis Memphis. Tenn. Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Phi Kappa Tau House President (4t ' Memphis State College « Patricia Ann Forbes Fontiac Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Phi Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Phi Uosilon Omicron ; Y.W.C.A. Committee ( I. 2): W.A.A. Numerals (3); W.A.A. (1,2. 3, 4) ; University Orchestra (1) ; Terrapin (1, 2, 3) ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee Honors Day (3) Laurence Sherman Fordham Chicago Commerce Accountancy Tau Delta Phi Phi Eta Sigma ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Interfraternity Council (2); Junior Prom Committee; Ac- countancy Club Honors Day (1.2.3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key I Beverly Jeannine Fordyce Orion Commerce Secretarial Training Sigma Kappa Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Extension of the L niversity of Illinois William Rov Forbshfe Madison Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. Southern Illinois University Daniel Edward Forrest Hast Molhic Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Thcta Delta Chi Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (3. 4) ; Football Marching Band (2. 3. 4) : First Regimental Band (2); University Orchestra (2,3,4): University Sinfonietla (4); Men ' s Glee Club (2,3) St. Ambrose College Mary-Elizabeth Forrest. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Theatre Cagle Hall mini Theatre Guild Cast (3. 4) ; W.A.A. (3. 4) ; WILL (4) ; French Club (3. 4) University of Chicago; Northwestern Univer- sity: Yale University Richard Emmet Forrest Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Medea Lodge House President (3) : Teachers-in-Training Club John Burton Forssell Chicago Commerce Marketing Delta Upsilon Marketing Club Fernand Louis Fortier. Jr Chicago Division of Special Services Labor Relations Kappa Alpha Psi Illini Forensic Association Jean Robert Fortier Waukegan Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lundgren House Pershing Rifles; A.S.M.E. : S.A.E. JAMFS Bernard Foss Bridgeport Engineering Civil Engineering 309 Club Chi Epsilon : Phalanx : Transportation Corps Club; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (3) Carl Edgar Foster Ridguay Agriculture General Agriculture Sigma Nu Illinois Agriculturist (3) : Agricultural Edu- cation Club; Illini Masonic Club Donald Rogers Foster Oak Park ht Commerce 4 Marketing 1 Phi Kappa Psi f r Marketing Club f .K Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 1 1 George Rudolph Foster DeKalb Commerce Marketing College Hall Football Marching Band (3) Northern Illinois State Teachers ' College •rf»t. Erwin John Fox Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Phi Kappa Tau Bradley University Mary Jean Fox Nameoki Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English McKinley Hall Honors Day (3) MacMurray College Robert Gordon Fox Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Interfraternity Council (4) ; A.S.M.E. Bradley University ; Wilson Junior College Robert Wayne Fox Virginia Division of Special Services Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta; A.S.A.E. ; Spanish Club George Frandsen Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Acacia Illini Union Committee (1): A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Albert Edward Frank Chicago Conmierce Marketing and Alanagement Noble House mini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3, 4) ; House President (4) ; Illini Insurance So- ciety; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Praetorians; United World Fed- eralists Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Jay Lewis Frankel. . . .Ridgefield Park, N. J. Commerce Marketing Fiagg House House President (3) : Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Phi Chi Eta; Marketing Club; Praetorians Honors Day (2. 3) 89 i(tt GiRALD Albert Franklin Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Omega Beta Pi ; German Club Honors Day (1. 2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinnis How . RD Blrton Franklin Chicago Commerce Insurance Tau Delta Phi Illini Union Committee (2) ; Interfraternity Council (2 ) : Accountancy Club ; Illini In- surance Society; Marketing Club Honors Day (3) Northern Illinois State Teachers ' College John Ed x ard Franz Spr ngfielJ Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Newman Hall Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Newman Foundation Student Council (2.4); A.C.S. Springfield Junior College Earl Eugene Fredrick. Jr Chic ' igf Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Kappa Alpha Psi Interfraternity Council (3) Navy Pier Activities: Omega Beta Pi Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Rudolph Fredrickson Chic tgii Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Medea Lodge Illmi Christian Fellowship (4) ; A.C.S. Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illmois D x iGHT Warren Freeman Chicag " Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Omega Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (2) Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Robert Fred Freeman Sycamore Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology College Hall Marv Alice Freis Symciton Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union Com- mittee (1. 2) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee (I) : Home Economics Club George Raymond Frelk Morris Agriculture Animal Science Lundgren House Alpha Zeta ; Chi Gamma Iota; Campus Chest (2, 3) ; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (2) 90 (HARLES Thaver French Chicago . Commerce Marketing Sigma Pi Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management Beloit College Horn rt Ralph French Stockton Engineering Electrical Engineering Lux Mundi Sii ma Tau , Eta Kappa Nu HrRBERT BeattyFrey Blue Island Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. Honors Day (1 ) Navy Pier Extension of tlie University of Illinois 1 Margot Ann Prey Roxana Agriculture Home Economics Leeman Lodge Ilimi Theatre Guild Manager (3); Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (2) William George Frey Oshkosh, Wis. Division of Special Services Advertising Varsity Baseball Squad (2) ; Freshman Varsity Squad ; Marketing Club I JiAN Freyermuth Arlington Heights Fine and Applied Arts Landscape Architecture Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Alpha Gamma; Illini L ' nion Committee (II; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2) ; Pan- Hellenic Ball Committee (3) ; Fine and Ap- plied Arts Society; Landscape Architecture Society William Jack Freyermuth. Arlington Heights Engineering Aiechiinical Engineering Zeta Psi Freshm.in Varsity Track Squad (t) ; A.S.M.E, Arthur Jay Friduss Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Navy Pier Extension of the University of lllm..is i Da ' ID LEwrs Frifdma.v Chicago Agriculture General Agriculture Noble House House President (2) ; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club Navy Pier Extension of the L niversity of i Illinois OoNAin Jordan Friiuman, New Yort. N. V. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pohlicitl Science Clark House Praetorians Carol Christine Fries Ncw Aihoi Agriculture Home Ectitiomki EJtn.ition Alpha Omicron Pi Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; Oniicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mask and Bauble; Phi Upsilon Omicr..n. The Daily Illini (1. 2. 3) : Illini Theatre Guild Manager {21 ; Home Economics Club Honors Day (1, 2. il ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Patricia Ann Prison Urbntui Commerce St ' treturiiil Training Kappa Alpha Thcta Phi Chi Theta; The Illio (1); Illini Union Committee 2I ; Star Course Manager (2) Honors Day ( 3 ) Lavren(e Joseph Fritz Litnsing Engineering Cit ' il Engineering Graham Lodge A.S.C.E. : I.T.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University " f Illinois Magnus Laird Froberg Chiithiim. S.J. Engineering Ceramic Engineering Syracuse University; Rutgers University Sherman Bernard Frooman Chicago Division of Special Services Advertising Alpha Delta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Rifle and Pistol Club Wilson Junior College Sally Jane Frost Rantoul Education Elementary Education Delta Gamma Alpha Lambda Delta ; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1): Y.W.C.A. Committee (I, 2) ; Panhellenic Executive Council (4) , Women ' s Glee Club (2); Orchesis (1.21; Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (4) Honors Dav (1, 2 l Justin Robert Fuelieman Agriculture General Agriculture Chf Phi Champaign Robert Ralph Fuener Peoria Division of Special Services Commerce Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); Trader (3.4); A.S.C.E. M l -i»f Joi; Fljimoto Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. : S.A.E. Central Y.M.C.A. College Makoto Fukuda Hil ' j, Hawaii Division of Special Services Bacteriology Newman Hall (hi Gamma Iota; Illinois Disciples Founda- tion Student Council (3) Honors Day (1,3) John Robert Fulton Catlm Fme and Applied Arts Advertising Design Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; University Chorus (2. 4) ; Men ' s Glee Club (4) ; A Cap- pella Choir (3) ; Choristers (2) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society ; German Club iUmrnr Lester Fulton Toronto. Ont.. Canada Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta Honors Day (2, 3) Janet Ruth Fults Fults Fine and Applied Arts Applied Music and Music Education Busey Hall Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); University Chorus (1) ; A Cappella Choir (3. 4) ; French Club; German Club Washington Univeisity Donald Irvin Funk Keman Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Acacia Sachem; Tomahawk; The Illio (1, 2, 3) ; Illini Union Committee (1. 2) ; Y.M.C.A. II. 2); Campus Chest (1); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2); German Club; Marketing ( lub Sara Funk Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences English Pi Beta Phi Mlini Union Committee (2); Illini Theatre Guild Cast (I); Y.W.C.A. Committee fU ; Terrapin (1,2) Stanley Ir« in Furie Jamaica, N.Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; German flub H.mors Day (1.2) Charles Alexander Furtak. Jr.. .AfaywooJ Engineering Civil Engineering Piii Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (1, 2. 3) Illinois Institute of Technology 91 Thomas Frank Fussell Chicago Commerce Accountancy Colonial Manor Alpha Phi Omega; Accountancy Club; Mar- keting Club Honors Day (1, 2) Wilson Junior College ; Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois i - Gerald Lee Ganschow Walnut Agriculture General Agriculture Shawnee Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Fred Joseph Gaggioi.i Lake Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences Architectural Engineering Newman Hall A. I. A-: A.S.C.E. University of California at Los Angeles; Northwestern University ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Ryan Gale Agriculture General Agriculture Hoof and Horn Club .McLe. Leonta Cecilia Gallagher Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Studies Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Campus Chest (3, 4) ; Teachers-in-Training Club Clarice College Jack Galus Chtcngo Physical Education Physical Education Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad Honors Day (1 ) Bernard Garb Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture A. I. A. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Glenn Albert Gareiss Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Theta Xi Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma ; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. Honors Day (1.2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Robert Edward Garrels Blue Island Commerce Accountancy Tau Kappa Epsilon Men ' s Glee Club (3. A) James Joseph Garrey, Jr Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Richard Castle Gamsu, . . .Neif York, N.Y. Commerce Marketing and Management Tau Delta Phi Intcrfraternity Council (1) : Hillel Foundation Student Council (2); Accountancy Club; Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club New York University John Forrest Garrison Raleigh Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Southern Illinois University James Earl Gang Bhomington Engineering Cifil Engineering A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. Illinois State Normal University Russell Joseph Gangichiodu Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Law Society Honors Day (2) Dean Carter Ganschow Walnut Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) 92 Thomas Charles Garrison Mation Commerce Sales and Merchandising Alpha Tau Omega House President (4) ; Marketing Club Da id Ivan Gates Palmyra Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Ten-O-One Club Alpha Tau Alpha Illinois State Normal Universit ' Daniel McIntyre Gauger Paris Engineering Mechanical Engineering Chi Psi Pi Tau Sigma; Illini Union Committee (2); Cjdet Colonel, Army R.O.T.C. Regiment; Military Council ; Scabbard and Blade ; Zeta Sigma Alpha ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (3) Clemson A. and M. College Evert Wayne Gaumer DamiUe Engineering Mechanical Etigincerittg Tribe of IlHni (2, 4) ; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2.4). Letter (2); Freshman Wrcs tling Varsity Squad; A.S.M.E. Clarence Einar Gavert Chicago Division of Special Services Civil Engineering A.S.CE. Richard Joseph Gawlak Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Flagg House House President (3) ; Varsity Baseball Squad (5,4) ; A.S.CE. Honors Day (1.2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois LOTHAR Erxst Geipel Willow Springs Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma University Chorus (2) Honors Day (3) Illinois Institute of Technology John Richard Geist Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Glider Club; I.A.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Etta Joan George Mount Carmet Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls University Chorus (3, 4) ; Woman ' s Glee Club (3, 4) ; Terrapm (5. 4) University of Texas; University of Wiscon- sin James Francis George Kansas City, Mo. Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Nu Helen Georges Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sherwood Lodge Wright Junior College John Athan Georges, Jr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma A.I.Ch.E. ; Epsilon Phi Sigma Honors Day (2, 3) Herzl Junior College V-- SiANLEY James Gerut Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.CE. Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois John Louis Gerlach Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry ■i Joan Mary Germano Chicago Journalism Editorial Cagle Hall The Daily Illini (3) ; The lUio (1) ; W.A.A. (1. 2) Ellen Anne Gernon Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Theta Upsilon Zeta Phi Eta Charles Leonard Gerrie, Jr Champaign Commerce Marketing Marketing Club Honors Day (1 ) Darlene Lillian Gersey Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences French and Spanish Phi Mu French Club ; Spanish Club Robert Michael Gerzetich Pekin Engineering Mechanical Engineering Theta Xi Illinois Technograph (3, 4) ; A.S.M.E. Faye Allyn Getman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1) ; Repertory Orchestra (3) ; Spanish Club Wright Junior College Norma Jean Getz Tremont Journalism Advertising Petite Maison Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (2) ; Spanish Club Bradley University 93 yti 1 Howard LrRov Gielow Chici.? ' Education Biology All-Ways Home Y.M.C.A. 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Wright Junior College; Illinois Institute of Ttchnoliigy NoHMA Jean Jasper Wood Riier Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Palaniar Psi Chi ; mini Theatre Guild Manager (3. 4) ; W.A.A. (3. 4) ; University Chorus (3) : Uni- versity Choir (4); Illinois Disciples ' Founda- tion Student Council (3, 4) ; LAS Council (3.4); mini Blackburn Club (3.4); Philo- sopiiy Discussion Club BKickburn College Syle Arthur Jayne Chicago Agriculture Hort culture Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad (1. 2) ; En- sign. Battalion of Midshipmen ; Agriculture Club : Christian Science Organization ; Horti- culture Club Ralph William Jeangerard Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Phi Kappa Psi The Daily Illini (1); The Illio (I); Fresh- man Varsity Fencing Squad ; Spanish Club Kay Duaxe Jefferson Rosati, Mo. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Bastille A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinnis Mary Leigh Jemmi Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences German Theta Phi Alpha The Daily Illini (3): lUini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3, 4) ; German Club Siena Heights College Joan Gardener Jenkins Bethesda, Md. Liber.Tl Arts and Sciences Psychology Chi Omega Shorter Board ; Phi Kappa Phi ; Pi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi Chi; The Daily mini (1) ; The Illio (2; 3) ; Y.W.C.A. t ommittee (2) ; N.S.A. Student Subcommittee (2) ; Orchesis (I. 2, 3. 4) Honors Day (1,2,3): University of Illinois Scholarship Key Gerald Thomas Jbnkinson Waukcgan Commerce Marketing Sigma Nu Carleton College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 113 N ' ORMA Phvi iss Jennings Etamton Agriculture Home Economics Chi Omega Y.W ' .C.A. 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Galesburg Extension oj the Universitj ' of Illinois Carl William Johnson, Jr Chicago Commerce Matketing and Management Fireside Accountancy Club ; Illini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club : Junior Chamber of Com- merce Cora Roberta Johnson Rockjord Agriculture Home Economics Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Illini Union Committee (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- mittee (2) ; Home Economics Club Rockford College ; University of Wisconsin Darwin Alf Johnson Rockford Commerce Maiktting and Management Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Eugene Johnson Hilhboro Commerce Marketing Galesburg Alumni Association . 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Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois RoBrRT Eugene Jones BlandmsviUc Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Zeta ; Agriculture Club Honors Day (1, 2. 3) Richard William Judy Champaign Journalism Editorial Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Delta Chi; The D.iily mini (3, 4) ; Freshman Varsit ' Penc- il ii: Squad CO Mi Robert Henry Jones MaywooJ Commerce Accountancy Colonial Arms Alpha Phi Omega; Accountancy Club; Mai keting Club Joliet Junior College Robert Stirling Jones Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of lllinnis Arthur Helge Jonsson Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 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Illinois Institute of Technology; Iowa ■ t.ite; L ' niversity of Kansas; Navy Pier Exten- .hin of the L ' niversity of Illinois Fred Joseph Kadow Betuyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry All Ways Home House President (4) Morton Junifir College Fern MARcniA Kaii-el Chictigo Education Eiementjry Educdtion Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls mini Union Committee (-l); Campus Chest (4) ; W.A.A. ( 4) ; Ifnivcrsity Chorus (4) : Campus Chest Allocation and Advisory Board (4) ; Teachers-in-TraininR Club Wilson Junior College •1: .. ' VN June Rose Kakacek Chicago Education Eiementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Htrzl Junior College Harry Edward Kai.don AliqiiiplJ.i, P.i. Lihcial Arts and Sciences Chcmiitjy A.C.S. West Virginia Wesleyan College William Wayne Kahi! 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Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 118 David Toru Katagiri Arlington Heights ' Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. : I.A.S. 1 Navy Pier Extension of the University of | Illinois Marilyn Jo Kater Chicago Commerce Commercial Teaching Kappa Kappa Gamma The Daily Illini (2) ; Illmi Union Committee ( 2 ) ; Campus Chest Drake University Arnold Katz Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Navy Pier Alumni Association Herzl junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Lee Katz Brooklyn, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta; Pst Chi Honors Day (3) Marilyn Katzen Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Laurel House Alpha Lambda Delta; W.A.A. 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Jolict Junior College; Navy Pier Hxtcn-iinn of the I ' nivcTsity of Illinois Lois Esthfr Kfedler KiictsiJt Agriculture Home Economics Delta Zcta mini Theatre Guild Production Staff (I, 2) . German Club ; Home Economics Club University of Wisconsm Dale Robert Keen M lforJ Agriculture General Agricullme Lookout Manor Y.M.C.A. (2); Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club Eastern Illinois State College Lawrence Joseph Kehl Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Exmoor Hall Y.M.C.A. Committee (3): A.S.M.E. Fenton Kni.LEY Martinsville Engineering Agiicttlti ral Engineering A.S.A.E. 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Chicago Theodore Kelz Chicago Commerce Economics Accountancy Club; lllini Forensic Association; Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois TrD Kemner Quincy Fine and Applied Arts Aichitecltire ana Engineering Phi Delta Theta Scarab; lllini Union Committee (3); Inter- fraternity Council (2. 3) ; Cadet Second Lieu- tenant, Army ROTC Regiment ; Arnold So- ciety of Air Cadets; A.I.A. ; lllini Insurance Society; Illumination Engineering Society; Marketing Cluh Washington University; University of Minnesota ; Quincy College ; The Chicago Academy of Fine Arts Joseph Walter Kempa Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Plii Epsilon Kappa Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Jay Wiles Kenaga Sterling Commerce .Management Phi Gamma Delta Alpha Phi Omega; Accountancy Club; Society for the Advancement of Management Northern Illinois State Teachers College; Arizona State College 119 Ted Winchester Kendall Elmivood Agriculture Food Technology Sigma Nu Intcrfraternity Council (5) : Food Technology Association Frances Louise Kendrick Garten illc Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Evans Hall Sigma Alpha Iota; University Chorus (5); Choristers (2); Madrigal Chorus (2) Honors Day (2, 3) LindcRWood College; Southern Illinois Uni- versity Helen Marie Kennedy Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Palaraar W.A.A. Numerals (2) ; W.A.A. (1, 2) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois James Lowell Kennedy TnscoLi Agriculture Dairy Technology Agriculture Club ; Dairy Technology Society Eastern Illinois State College Jerome Daniel Kennedy Freepori Engineering Electrical Engineering Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); A.I.E.E.T.R.E. ; Synton Robert Cornelius Kennedy.. Engineering Cii ' tl Engineering A.S.C.E. James Millikin University Robert William Kenny Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Newman Hall A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of f ARL Joseph Kensil. . .Shelbyiille Agriculture Teacher Training in A iici lture Alplia Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1. 2, 3, 4) : Agricultural Education Club; Agri- culture Club Norma Jean Kerch .Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Honors Day (3) Vi. 120 Fred Willis Kerr Galesburg Agriculture General Agriculture llli Dell Alpha Zeta ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Second Regi- mental Band (1): Illinois Agriculturist (2); Pershing Rifles; Agricultural Economics Club; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Rural Life Club Honors Day (1,2) Thomas Kerr Johnston City Engineering Mining Engineering Delta Sigma Rho ; M.I.S. Carnegie Institute of Technology; Southern Illinois University ViDA June Kersch Ritenide Agriculture Restaurant Management Leeman Lodge Shorter Board ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Phi L ' psilon Omicron ; The Illio (1) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; W.G.S. Executive Council 13.4); House President (4) Honors Day (1) Marilyn Joan Kettelkamp Lebanon Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Phi W.A.A. (1) ; Home Economics Club McKendree College John Edward Keyser Mt. Carmel Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pi A.S.M.E. William Charles Kidd Chicago Commerce Alarketing Psi Upsilon Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; Marketing Club Edw ard Henry Kidera Uike Villa Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Noble House University Chorus (4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of llhnois Ralph Edward Kidwell Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Illinois State Normal University Phyllis Louise Kieback Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alcestis Harold Eugene Kiul ' ER. , .Hi tchinsoti. Kans. Commerce Pubiic Affdhf Newman Hall Tomahawk; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Y.MC.A. Board of Directors (3,4); Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (1, 2) : Wesley Foundation Student Council (1,2.3.4); Accountancy Club; United World Federalists Honors Day (1) Dorothy Mae Kibnast Prfm Fine and Applied Arts Adrertiung Daign Alpha Gamma Delta Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini Union Committee (3. 4) ; Baptist Foundation. Student Council (4) University of Cincinnati Wlll-IAM GroRGE KiLLlAN. . . f f Rock, Ark. Law Law Phi Alpha Delta ; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia . Concert Band (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Football Marching Band (3) ; University Orchestra (1. 2) ; Jun- ior Bar Association Honors Day (2. 3) Harold LroN Kimmel ThompsontiHe Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Southern Illinois University Lillian Chiyeko Kimura Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Wescoga Illini Union Committee (3) : W.A.A. Board (2); Major I (3); W.A.A. Numerals (2); W.A.A. (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Navy Pier Alumni As- sociation Honors Day (1. 2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois RicH. RD William Kindberg Rockjutii Commerce Management Son ' s Home Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Spanish Club Rockford College ; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois John Morrow King Springfield Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design Sigma Nu Director, Public Relations. Illini Union; Ma- Wan-Da; Scarab; Illini Union Board (4); Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union Com- mittee {3) ; IHini Theatre Guild Cast (3) Robert Clarence King Chicago Engineering Citil Engineering Illinois Technograph (2); Engineering Coun- cil f2) ; A.S.C.E.: A.S.M.E. University of Tulsa ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles John Kinsey Chicago Division of Special Services Speech Sigma Phi Epsilon Campus Chest (3) ; Hoof and Horn Club; Illini Forensic Association a: i Mahiiyn BiviiRLKB KiPNiS Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Lifictiln Avenue Residence Halls mint Union Committee (3) ; Illini 1 heat re Guild Cast (1); Hillel Foundation Student Council (1,2,3): Spanish (;iub; Teachers- in-Training Ciub Honors Day (1) Hahiiaha Jimnne Kircher Berwyn Physical Education Physical Education Phi Mu Illini Union Committee (1, 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Production StafT fl) W.A.A. (1,2. . 1) , House President (4) ; Newman Foun- dation. Student Council (1,2); Physical Edu- tatinn Majors Club (3,4) University of Houston Danjei. KiitscH Chicago Commerce Marketing Tau Delta Phi Marketing Club Purdue University ; Roosevelt College Richard Wright Kizer Paris Engineering Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Honors Day (1.3) Mar lORiE Klaersch Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Gamma Delta Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini (3) ; University Chorus (3) ; Women ' s Glee Club (2) ; Spanish Club Monmouth College Oscar Albert Klamer Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (3) Carthage College Donald Leroy Klass. . . Sturgeon Bay. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Phi Lambda Upsilon ; A.C.S. Honors Day (2, 3) William Robert Klatt Bloomington Fine and Applied Arts Landscape Architecture Tau Kappa Epsilon Interfraternity Council (2) ; House President (4); Varsity Golf Squad (3. 4 ; Landscape Architecture Society Illinois Wesleyan University Ralph Eugkne Klautsch Altamont Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu : A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3) Valparaiso University 121 Ift 1 Juliet Klein Chicago Education Eli u cation Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Campus Chest (1) ; WILL (2, 3) : Illini For- ensic Association Walter Ferdinand Klein Elmhmst Division of Special Services German and Management Phi Kappa Sigma William Albert Klein Chicago Division of Special Services Aiarkcting and Social Sciences Alpha Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Illini Union Council (4); Illini Union Committee (4) ; Men ' s Glee Club (3) : Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement of Manage ment Illinois Institute of Technology Kurt Edward Kleindienst, Jr Palatine Division of Special Services Adi eriising Joutnalism Alpha Delta Sigma; Student Senate (3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Ruth Alice Kleinsmith. Ai roia Education Elementary Education Kappa Delta Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; YAV.C.A. Committee (3,4); Campus Chest (4); Teachers- in-Training Club Monmouth College Anthony Francis Klimek Chicago ' Division of Special Services Physical Education Alpha Delta Phi Sachem; Tribe of Illini; Varsity Football Squad (I. 2. 3. 4). Letter (2. 3. 4) ; Athletic Council (4) Edmund Joseph Klimek Blue Island Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Newman Hall M.I.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University ()f Illinois Donna Rae Klingbiel East Moline Law Law Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Beta Pi; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3, 4) ; Junior Bar Asso- ciation University of Iowa Kenneth Hubert Klingele Quincy Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Medicine Phi Kappa Quincy College ili?i? 122 Warren Ronald Klinke Engineering General Engineering Noble House A.S.M.E. . Chicago Ralph Robert Knapp Evansttllc, hid. 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Letter (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illuminating Engineering Society Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Son lA .h A Spiingfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Evans Hall lUini Union Committee (4); German Club; Spanish Club Springfield Junior College Alan Philip Levin Chicago Commerce Marketing and Management Marketing Club ; Society for the Advancement of Management Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Alfred Ascher Levin Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Medea Lodge AX.S. Roosevelt College Dorothea Ann Levy Chicago Education Elementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Galesburg Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Walter Leonard Lewicki Chicago Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Charles Earl Lewis Gteenfieid Commerce Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma; Accountancy Club; Galesburg Alumni Association ; Junior Chamber of Com- merce Honors Day { 1 ) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Dorothi- Ann Lewis Galesburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4) ; Galesburg Alumni Association ; German Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois £. 129 1 X Marion Frances Lewis Brooklyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta; Galcsburg Alumni Asso- ciation Galesburg Activities ; University Chorus Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg Extension uf the University of Illinois Kic HARD Reese Lewis Ch ' tcugo Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Newman Hall Chi Gamma Iota ; Psi Chi ; German Club Honors Day (2, 3) Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Shirlene Ruth Lezan Chicago Education English EKT Club The Daily Illini (1,2); W.A.A. (3.4); House President (4) ; HiUel Foundation Stu- dent Council (1, 2. 3. 4) ; French Club Carmen Lichtenberg Agriculture Home Economics Sigma Delta Tau Illini Union Committee (1) William Kalmon Lichtenstein. . . .C f-?g(3 Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre Aiedicine Omega Beta Pi Honors Day ( 3 ) Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Richard Ernest Lidman RockforJ Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Delta Sigma Phi Campus Chest (3) ; Pershing Rifles Jam IS Raymond Lies Wheat on Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. August Vincent Liesse Pci Engineering Ciiil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College Harlan Maurice Lillie Rockford Engineering Citil Engineering Dornoch Chi Gamma Iota ; Chi Epsilon ; House Presi- dent (4) : A.S.C.E. 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Mnr an Park Junior College DoNAiii pARKiR l.mi.i; VCniihiMn Commerce Coffifucrciitl Teacher James Litti-e. Jr Chic iRo Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E. Honors Day (2i Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illin. is Richard Larremore Livermore Denver, Colo. 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Com- mittee; Terrapin (2) Honors Day (2. 3) Clarke College James William Lonergan Wankegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Granada Club A.i.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Micro-Tech Club RoRFRT Warrfn Long Colltnstille Liberal Arts and Sciences Botany Delta Chi H) nors Day (1 ) Thomas Emmitt Long Chicago Division of Special Services Alarketing Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Walter William Long Elmwood Paik Engineering Electrical Engineering Chi Gamma Iota; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Epsilon ; A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. H mors Day (3) ; University of Illinois Schol- r.rship Key Illinois Institute of Technology rARROi.1. Oliver Loomis Anna Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry V.M.C.A. Board of Directors (4) : Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) . Uni- versity Choir (3) : McKinley Foundation Stu- dent Council (4) Southern Illinois University 131 i " [AMES Emmett Loos La Salle Engineering Mechanical Engineering N ' ewman Hall Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Ju nior College Dolores Elizabeth Lopez Chicago Agriculture Home Economics Education Beta House mini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4 ; YAV.C.A. Committee (3): W.G.S. Execu- tive Council (3,4) N.S.A. Senate Subcom- mittee l4) ; Choristers (3) ; WILL {A ; Can- terbury Foundation Student Council (3 ; W.G.S. Ball Committee (3): Home Econo- mics Club; lUint Blackburn Club; Rural Life Club Blackburn College Alfx Lopotko Chicago Commerce Marketing Galesburg Alumni Association ; Marketing Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illmois JoYCF Olevia Lorton While Hall Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Cagle Hall The Illio (1) : Micro-Tech Club SzEYEANG Edward Lou Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Chinese Students Club Honors Day (1 ) Albert Stafford Lowe Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Kappa Sigma Interfraternity Council (3); German Club John Lo ' k ell Lower Savanna Engineering Citil Engineering A.S.C.E. Barbara Joan Lowry West Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Alpha Delta Pi Sigma Alpha Iota ; lUini Union Committee (A) ; Women ' s Glee Club (2. 3, 4) ; A Cap- pella Choir (4) ; Fine and Applied Arts So- ciety Illinois Wesleyan University Edmund Lozano Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Hill Hall Illinois Technograph (5.4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 9rf 132 ' Ai Clarence Charles Lubi.nski Chicago Commerce Accountancy Delta Sigma Pi Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; Society for the Advancement of Management Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Norman Martin Lucas Wheaton Engineering Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha A.S.C.E. 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Carpentersville Commerce Accounianc) Accountancy Club £ t 136 Robert Francis Majev..ski Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Newman Hall University Chorus (4) ; A.C.S. Wilson Junior College Charles Fred Major, Jr Champaign Libera! Arts and Sciences Geology Srgma Chi Tribe of Illini (4) ; Varsity Football Squad (2. 3. 4), Letter (4) ; Freshman Varsity Foot- ball Squad (1) ; Captain. Army ROTC Regi- ment ; Tau Nu Tau ; Cyclothcm Club William Mathias Maki M ' aukegan Engineering Mechanical Engineering Granada Club Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma ; A.S.M.E. ; Honors Day (2. 3) LoRENz Kenney Makoutz Eiansion Engineering Mechanical Engineering Fireside A.S.M.E. Andrew Lubomir Makuch Wilkes-Buue. Penn. 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(3.4); Trader (4); Account- ancy Club; Marketing Club; Spanish Club Honors Day (U .DuMhr DEONNt: Mann Education Educitthn Alpha Gamma Delta mini Union Committee (1. J) Robert Lindsay MMiii. .Cypress Chapel, Va. Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. University of California ; Arizona State : Navy Pier Extension of the University o( Illinois John Barrett Manning Lincoln, -M. - Division of Special Services Physical Education Parade Ground Units Donald Wilson Mansfield O.ik P.i ' k Commerce Peisonnel Management Bait and Fly Casting Club Illinois Institute of Technology Robert Richard Mantel Algonquin Division of Special Sen-ices Agricultural Economics and Animal Science George Cottle Manus Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University " t Illinois iKviN Leon Marlk Chicago Commerce Business Management Shawnee Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Wright Junior College W ' AiTLEt Thomas Marhk Harvey Commerce Accountancy C. 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Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Willie Melane Marion E.tst St. Louis Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Kappa Alpha Psi Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2) ; Men ' s Glee Club (2) ; A Cappella Choir (3) ; Socialist Study Club John Markfl Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering RiHe and Pistol Club; I.A.S. ; S.A.E. Ax Iris Joan Marcus... Chicag " Physical Education Dance i 0 m Arch MA rkle Physical Education Recreation Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Torch; Orchesis (:.2. 5. 4|; Physical Edu- cition Majors Club Honors Day (1) [ ij_. JLiLius Francis Marquardt Engineering Mechanical Engineering Medea Lodge Ririe and Pistol Club Wright Junior College Philip Allan Marcus Oak P.irk Engineering Mechanical Enginering Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois i o . .Chicago 137 Ift 1 John Earl Marks EdwarJsville Engineering Civil Engineering Sigma Chi Chi Epsilon; Varsity Basketball Squad (3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (3) Beloit College John Richard Marsh Saunemin Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Mary Ellen Marsh Fort Wayne, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Kappa Kappa Gamma The lUio (1, 2) ; Illini Union Committee (1. 2, 3) ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee Charles Marshall Greenville Agriculture General Agriculture Delta Chi Senior Manager of Recreational Sports • Star and Scroll ; Alpha Zeta ; Phi Eta Sigma ■ The Daily Illini (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Major I (4) ; House President (5) ; Tribe of Illini (4); Intramural Manager (2,3 4)- Illinois Agriculturist (3,4). Editor ' (4); ' Agricultural Council (4) ; Agricultural Eco- nomics Club ; Agriculture Club ; Moinewena Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key William Walter Marshall. .5 . Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi A.I.Ch.E. 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New York University William Keith Martin Chicago Division of Special Services Economics and Philosophy Brentwood Illini Insurance Society Florence Rose Mabzano Chicago Education Chemistry Wescoga W.A.A. (2); University Orchestra (1,2); Newman Foundation Student Council (3) : LAS Council (3); German Club; Na ' y Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1,3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Peer Maseng Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Glider Club; I.A.S. ; Rifle and Pistol Club Navy Pier Extension of the Uriiversity of Illinois William John Mashek. Jr Beru-yn Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Morton Junior College Herbert Morris Mass New York, N. Y. Commerce Accountancy Alpha Epsilon Pi Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ; Account- ancy Club; Marketing Club Honors Day (2) City College of New York BEm ' Ann Masterman Wilmette Commerce Marketing and Management Alpha Phi Illini Lfnion Committee (3) ; Campus Chest (4); Marketing Club; Society for the Ad- ancement of Management St. Mary-of-the-Woods John Mataya Chicago Engineering Structural Engineering A.S.A.E. : A.S.C.E.; Navy Pier Alumni As- sociation Art Institute of Chicago ; University of Texas; Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Gracb Ann Mathi-in Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Delta Pi University Chorus (3) MacMurray College Armand Joseph Mattahsch Zion Engineering EUcttical Engineering Gar-Men Edward Hodge Matthei Chrc.igo Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (1. 2. 3) Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois Virgil Edison Matthews Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Cosmopolitan A.C.S. ; A.I.Ch.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- ciation ; Phi Lambda Upsilon Navy Pier Activities: N.A.P.I. Honors Day (3) Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois Edward Gustave Matz Chicago Commerce Management and Marketing Men ' s Glee Club (3, 4) ; Trader (4) ; Com- merce Council (4) ; Accountancy Club; Mar- keting Ciub; Na 7 Pier Alumni Association: Society for the Advancement of Management; Junior Chamber of Commerce Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Clarence Donald May Heniti Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design A.I.A. Southern Illinois University James Clair May Richmond Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Delta Upsilon A.S.C.E. University- of Wisconsin Russell James May Sterling Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Lutheran Foundation Student Council {2. 3.4) Peter Joseph Mayer Hillside Engineering Electrical Engineering Lux Mundi A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illin.is JS wi Doi ORFs Frances Mayr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences German Price Club German Club Honors Day (3) Marion Martin Mazlr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Star Course Manager (4) ; Campus Chest (2) ; Second Regimental Band (2. 3. 4) ; WILL { 3 ) ; Agricultural Economics Club ; German Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Norma Ida Mead Kewaneee Journalism Advertising Kappa Delta Shi-Ai; The Daily lUini (1.2): The Illio (1); mini Union Committee (2); Campus f hest (1) ; Junior Prom Committee Ruth M.• RGARET Meech Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Presbyterian Hall GnoRGE Maurice Megcinson Cincinnati, Ohio Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Lambda Chi Alpha A.I.A. Honors Day (1) University of Cincinnati ; University of Wis- consin Elaine Bertha Meier Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Beau ' Chateau House President (3) Wright Junior College Harold Jesse Meinkoth O ' Eallon Commerce Economics Beta Gamma Sigma; Illini Insurance Society Galesburg Activities: Student Congress Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Mary Ann Meister Alton Liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Gamma The Daily Illini (3) ; Illini Union Committee (3) : Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) Monticello College Gerald Edwin Melahn Dundee Engineering General Engineering Phi Delta Theta Illini LTnion Committee (2, 3, 4) Honors Day (2. 3) 139 (S ' Sallv Lou Mflahn Dundee Liberal Arts and Sciences English Busey Hall Northern Illinnis State Teacher ' s College Lewis Edward Melcher Spntigfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemiitry Moore Hall Springfield Junior College Louis Meicher, Jr . .Forest P.nk Engineering Electrical Engineering Roger ' s House A.LE.E.-LR.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois Kennfth Da id Mendelson Chicago Engineering Sitnitary Engineering A.S.C.E. ; Mu-San ; Na 7 Pier Alumni Associ- ation Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Carl Ai bfrt Mennecke Maytvaod Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-r.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Ronald Stuart Mensen Oregon Division of Special Services Management Ruste Armes University Chorus (2) : Men ' s Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Society for tlie Advancement of Management David Carl Menzel Homewood Engineering Electrical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. : Synton Dean Charles Merchant Springfield Engineering Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. Rolla School of Mines and Met.illurgy ; Bradley University Kenneth Elroy Meredith Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences 7. oology Wright Junior College ; Loyola University 140 How.abd Vernon Merideth, Jr. Kalamazoo. AUch. Education Elementary Education Chi Gamma Iota; WILL (5.4); Galesburg Alumni Association Honors Day (I) Bradley University ; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Katherine Janl Mi-rrimac Paxion Education Education of the Deaf Chi Omega Shi-Ai ; Mask and Bauble ; Mu Iota Sigma : mini Union Council (1 ) ; lUini Theatre Guild Manager (2. 3) ; Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); Panhellenic Executive Council (3) ; Illini Forensic Asso- ciation David John Mershon Kankakee Commerce Marketing and Management Noble House Phi Eta Sigma; Bait and Fly Casting Club Honors Day (1) Roger Edwin Messick Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Physics Wilson Junior College, Illinois Institute of Technology William Raymond Mette Normal Commerce iccountancy Phi Delta Theta Accountancy Club De Pauw University Hung Hong Mew Honolulu. Hawaii Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Betty Ione Chaney Mever Rinard Physical Education Teacher Training in Physical Education Gamma Phi Beta The Illio (1); IIHni Union Committee (I): Illini Theatre Guild Cast (U ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Campus Chest (2) Earl Simon Meyer Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Barton House Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Edmund Robert Meyer Chicago Commerce Management Galesburg Extension of the L ' nivcrsity of Illrnois Edward Page Mever r-te pott Engineering Engineering Physics Ncwm.in Hall Ronald Harmon Mever Walsh Agriculture Pomotot y Alplia Gamma Rho Varsity Fencing Captain ; Illini Union Com- mittee (I); Tribe of Illini; Varsity Fcncin; Squad (2.3.4), Letter (3.4): Freshman Varsity Squad : Horticulture Club ; Scimitar Shirley Christine Mever. .. .£j;r St. I. " Education Education of the Dejf Palamar Mu Iota Sigma; University Chorus (3 . A CappcIIa Choir (5) Belleville Junior College Werner William Meyer Peicrsbnrg Engineering Aeronautical Engineer tig Varsity Fencing Squad (5.41, Letter (3); First Lieutenant, Air Force Wing ; Arnold So- ciety of Air Cadets; I.A.S. ; Scimitar Lincoln College John Leo Michaels Chicago Commerce Banking and finance Delta Phi Herzl Junior College Edward John Michalicka Chicago Commerce Banking and Finance Delta Phi Student Senate (1) Herzl Junior College George William Michalski Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Newman Hall A.I.Ch.E. ; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University o( Illinois William Earl Michel Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineer ing A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. : Synton Illinois Institute of Technology Chester John Michna Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Chi Gamma Iota; Delta Theta Epsilon ; Plu Epsilon Kappa; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3. -1) . Football Varsity Squad (5. 4) ; Dolphins {A I ; Physical Education Majors Club ; Rifle and Pistol Club Hmors Day (1. 2) ' - f» ' ' • . Kj(Hari) BriiNARD Mick East St. Louis Engineering Mechanical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega; A.S.M.E. Belleville Township Junior College WiiiiAM Mri)ULi:s xOBTM , .Elgin Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Coc Cnllcge RussfiL Loyal Mighell Sugar Grove Engineering Agricultural Engineering Pi Kappa Phi Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); A.S.A.E. Aurora College Alrirt Lee Miglin Westville Journalism Advertising Phi Kappa Tau Star and Scroll; Chi Gamma Iota; Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (2); M.I. A. Executive Council (2) ; Trader (3) ; Market- ing Club; Junior Chamber of Commerce Texas Technological College ; Colorado State A. and M. College Edna June Milbrandt Aurora Journalism Editorial Gamma Phi Beta Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (3,4); Journalism Council (3) North Central College ; Univers ity of Texas Shirley Ruth Milbrandt Aurora Journalism Editorial Gamma Phi Beta Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (3, 4) North Central College; University of Texas Curtis Dkan MiLBirRN. . . .A ' . k . City, Mo. Journalism Advettising Alpha Delta Sigma; WILL Los Angeles City College; Kansas City Uni- versity Donald Atchison Miles VnJen Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Minawa Lodge Alpha Tau Alpha ; Illini Christian Fellowship (I, 2, 3. 4) : First Lieutenant, Air Force; Ag- ricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club Kenneth Fred Miles Beltidere Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Gamma Iota; Phi Eta Sigma; Student Senate (2); Class Secretary- Treasurer (2) ; Illini Forensic Association Honors Day (1,2) Gregg College 141 MARGAjtET Opha Miles Akrort, Ohio Fine and Applied Arts Music Price Club Universit - SinfonicHa (3. 4) ; University Orchestra (3. 4) Baldwin-Wallace College. Eastman School of Music Arthur VCeslev Miller Raleigh Engineering Electrical Engineering Triangle Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3 ) mri LoY MiLFRFD Miller Chicago Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Lin-Nois Club Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (3) ; Illi- nois Agriculturist (2,3.4); Agriculture Eco- nomics Club ; Agriculture Education Club ; Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Horti- culture Club; Poultry Science Club The University of the Philippines. 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Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Mark Eugene Miller McLeansboro Education Industrial Education Southern Illinois University Miriam Cohen Miller Urhana Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Epsilon Phi University ' of Minnesota ; University of Cal- ifornia Norman Wesley Miller Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.LCh.E. Honors Day (3) Springfield Junior College Raymond Oscar Miller. .. .Brooklyn, N. Y. Division of Special Services Industrial Administration Galesburg Extension of the University of Illmois Elton Miller, Jr Freepori Education Commerce North Central College ; Northern Illinois State Teacher ' s College Gilbert Miller Olney Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Newman Hall Honors Day (2. 3) Jordan Emmanuel Miller Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Ma -Wan-Da ; M.I. A. 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Wittenberg College Norman Paul Nalefski Decatur Commerce Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Betsy Jane Nardi Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Pi Beta Phi Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Com- mittee (1); Tempo (1); Orchesis (3,4) Kenntth Conrad Naslund Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Illinois Technograph (4); AJ.A. ; A.S.C.E. Wright City College ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois . James Walter Neal, Jr Commerce Management Delta Upsilon .Mt. Vernon Paul Edwin Neal Chillicothe Commerce Managertient The Mansion mini Theatre Guild Manager (2) ; M.I. A. Executive Council (3, 4) ; Illini Masonic Club ; Marketing Club ; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management; Junior Chamber of Commerce Bradley University Robfrt Mendes Necheles Chicago Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Noble House A.F.S. ; M.I.S. Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Robert Leroy Neiman Chicago Journalism Editorial Club Chalmers Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Sigma Delta Pi: The Daily Illini (1) ; Men ' s Glee Club (I); Tempo (2.3); First Lieutenant, Air Force Wing; Arnold Society of Air Cadets; Phalanx; Spanish Club Honors Day (3, 4) 147 m Carl Leonard Nelson Bradley Education General Educat ' ioti A.r.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineering So- ciety David Martin Nelson Atkinson Agriculture General Agriculture Flagg House Agriculture Club : Hoof and Horn Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Francis Ernest Nelson Gardner Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club; Galesburg Alumni Associa- tion : Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Gordon Kent Nelson Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Granada Club Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma : Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (i. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois I TR Martin Nelson, Jr Chicago Law Law Medea Lodge Junior Bar Association Wright Junior College Natalie Ann Nelson Woodhull Liberal Arts and Sciences Spaniih Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Galesburg Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Galesburg Activities: Galesburg Illini Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Paul Otto Nelson Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Eugene Nelson Freeport Commerce Management and Marketing Galesburg Alumni Association; Marketing Club ; Society for tlie Advancement of Man- agement Galesburg Extension of the University of lllin:..is W ' liLiAM James Nelson Chicago Commerce Marketing and Management Pi Kappa Alpha Marketing Club; Society ft)r the Advancement iif Management m ' 1 ■: S 148 William James Nemanich .. .Nor A Chicago Law Law Newman Hall Phi Alpha Delta ; Junior Bar Association Loyola University Louis Paul Nemeth Joliet Engineering Electrical Engineering Lux Mundi A.I.E.E.-r.R.E. Joliet Junior College; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Leonard Carl Nero Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Newman Hall Chi Gamma Iota; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. ; German Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1, 2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Janet Adele Nesbitt Indtanola Agriculture Home Economics Delta Delta Delta The Illio (1. 2) ; Illini Union Committee (2) ; Home Economics Club G XEN Elizabeth Neubauer Hinkley Fine and Applied Arts Music Education McKinley Hall V.W.C.A. Committee (1); W.A.A. 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Agriculture Home Economics Pi Beta Phi Bradley University .Chicago Howard Abraham Ira Nfwman Chicago Education Chemistry Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Cross Country Track Squad (1). Letter (U ; Varsity Letter- men ' s Club Navy Pier Extension of the University i t Illinois RONAI.D EUGhNE NEWMAN ... AIe7i(JWf7 f, Ky. Engineering Agrichiturai Engineering Chi Gamma Iota : A.S.A.E. University of Kentucky Jefferson Frederick Newton Hanaii Engineering Ciiil Engineering Noble House Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3) ; Varsity Track Squad (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Navy Coun- cil Hnni rs Day 11. 2) Mary Nichols Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences History Kappa Kappa Gamma The Illio (1. 2) ; Illini Union Committee (21 ; W.A.A. (1) Eugene Conrad Nick Chicago Commerce Accountancy Flagg House Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club Wright Junior College Melvin Nidetz Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Lundgren House Men ' s Glee Club (3) ; Navy Pier Alumm Association ; United World Federalists Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Milton Nidetz Chicag " Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Barton House Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Peggy Nienhaus W- ' aterloo Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Spanish Hilcrest House Sigma Delta Pi; House President (3) : Span- ish Club LioNARi) William N f: m- ■■ .Highland Park Division of Special Services Commerce C Mloi.ldn Cnllfge mm ( iiAHi.is Ml Ri.L Noiu.E Manteno Engineering Agricultural Engineering Four Columns Y.M.C.A. Committee (2. 4) ; Second Regi- mental Band (1. 2) ; A.I.Ch.E. ; A.S.A.E. Jim Masaki Noda Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Gargoyle; A. I. A. Honors Day {2. 3. 4) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Richard August Norberg. St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Engineering General Engineering Phi Gamma Delta illini Theatre Guild Manager (1) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Y.M.C.A. (2) ; Rifle and Pistol c;iub Marvin Dale Nordmeyer Chebanse Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Zeta ; Illini Union Committee (3.4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (i) ; Mens Glee Club (3. 4) ; Illinois Agri- culturist (2. 3) ; AH Ag Field Day Committee (3) : Plow Boy Prom Committee (3) ; Agri- cultural Economics Club ; Agriculture Club ; Dairy Production Club; Dairy Judgmg Team; Gamma Delta ; Rural Life Club Honors Day (1. 2, 3. 4) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Lawrence Eric Nokhqmisi .. .Evergreen Paik Engineering Ceramics " O " House House President (1) Frances Margaret Norling Lake Villa Liberal Arts and Sciences English Delta Zeta Alpha Pi Delta; The Daily Illini (1) ; W.A.A. 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Committee {2. 3, 4) ; Campus Chest (2, 3. 4) : mini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) ; McKinley Foundation Student Council (4) ; Gamma Delta; Teachers-in-Training Club WiLFORD Oscar NystROM. . . . .Evergreen Paii Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. : S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University o Illinois Ruth Ann Oakes Laura Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology E jns Hall Illini Clinstian Fellowship (3. 4) Cornell College Merle Lincoln Oakley Bone Gap Division of Special Services General Engineering Eastern Illinois State College Wayne Harlan Obrecht Geneseo Commerce Accountancy Fiagg House Football Marching Band (1); Second Regi- mental Band (1) ; Accountancy Club Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois Schol- arship Key Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Yvonne Moe Obrecht Ottawa Commerce Ifidititrial Administration Beta House Phi Chi Theta Purdue University James Leslie O ' Hara Manito Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education ( lub; Agriculture Club Galesburg Extensiun of the University of Illinois Raymond Richard Ohlgren Antioch Engineering Cii ' il Engineering Triangle Star and Scroll ; Interfraternity Council (4) ; Captam, Army ROTC Regiment; A.S.C.E. Nels Gunnar Ohlson Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. St. Louis University ; Illinois Institute of Technology Hi I EN Elizabeth Ohr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lmcoln Avenue Residence Halls German Club; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4) Honors Day (1) Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Lee Olander Chicago Engineering Civil Engineeiing A.S.C.E. Northwestern University; Navy Pier Ex- tension of the University of Illinois KuTH Elizabeth Olin Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Gamma Delta Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3) ; V.W.C.A. Committee (3); Student Religious Council (3 ) ; Spanish Club ; Teachers-in- Training Club North Park Junior College Merton John Oliver Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois y. John David Ockert Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Aiathematics Minawa Lodge First Regimental Band (3 ) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Lawrence James O ' Donnell. . . .River Porai Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design A. I. A. ; Na y Pier Alumni Association St. John ' s University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 150 Richard Lewis Oliver Betheseda, Md. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Harriet Olschansky Cheyenne, Wyo. 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Austin Junior College ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois 152 Guy Coburn Packard Wilmette Commerce Accountancy Pi Kappa Alpha Star and Scroll ; Lieutenant, Battalion of Midshipmen Howard Ralph Padgitt Chicago Engineering Engineering Physics Sigma Tau : University Chorus (3) ; Men ' s Glee Club (4) ; Oratorio Society (4) Honors Day (2, 3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Kenneth Gene Pace Midland, Tex. Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Theta Chi Illinois Wesleyan University Anton Jesse Pailleron Aurora Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. Kenyon College; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Charles Paine Decatur Commerce Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key John Ralph Palandech Chicago Commerce Marketing and Management Pi Kappa Alpha Varsit ' Baseball Squad (2) ; Freshman Var- sity Squad; Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Noraldean Marie Palecek Collimiille Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriohigy Presbyterian Hall Alpha Chron ; W.G-S. Executive Council (3. 4) ; Micro-Tech Club David James Palmer Rantoul Liberal Arts and Sciences Philosophy Theta Chi Philosopliy Discussion Club; Spanish Club Richard Alien Palmer Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Tribe of Illini ; Varsity Gymnastics Squad (3. 4). Letter (3. 41 Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Mk Ri ' iM Mt (.AMRRiix.r Palmer Uibatia Fine ami Applied Arts Art Alpha Phi lllustr.iti rs ; Fine and Applied Arts Society H.uiors Day (1. :. 3) : University of Illinois Scholarship Key Frank Edward Pannone. . . J) ' J( ' w, N. V. Fine and Applied Arts Atibiliiluritl Erif ltUtrinK First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment. Plia lanx; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. Will [AM John Pappas Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extcnsinn ot the University of Illinois losF Ernesto Paredes, Pitnama, Republic of Pimanut Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology International House Iheni- American Association Galesburg Activities: Varsity Baseball Squad ; Varsity Swimming Squad Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois John Sanford Parker Bensetirille Commerce Business Management Alpha Sigma Phi Illini Union Committee (1) Raymond William Parker Chicago Engineering Ceramic Engrneeiing A.C.S. Wright Junior College Richard Everett Parker TusoLi Division of Special Services Marketing Sigma Alpha Epsilon Marketing Club Honors Day (1, 3? Marian Lou ise Parks Har tey Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Thornton Junior College Delores Louise Parrott Sumner Agriculture Home Economics 4-H House W.A.A. (2) ; Illinois Agriculturist (4) ; Homt Economics Club; Rural Life Club :7y Gioiu.i; Fridrick Parsons Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. University of Wisconsin ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Harriet Ann Parsons. . .Pleasantnlle. N. Y. Journalism EJitorial K.ippa Kappa Gammj Tiu- lllin (1,2); Illmi Union Committee Jav Charles Pass Brooklyn. N. ' . Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology New Yiirk llniversity Harold Pastron Chicago Commerce Industrial Administration A.C.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Harlin Patch Glen Ellyn Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Navy Pier Extension of the Lfniversity of Illinois Raymond Edward Patchett Kankakee Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Galesburg Extension «tf the University of Illinois Sally Patelski Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences English Evans Hall Alpha Chron ; Illmi Union Committee (3) Cora Elizabeth Pattarson Chicago Journalism Editorial McKinley Hall Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (4) ; Illini LJniun Committee (4) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (4) ; New- man Foundation Student Council (3. 4) Mundelein College L■ RTHA Mary Patterson Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Kappa Alpha Theta Illini Theatre Guild Cast { ) W.A.A. (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Physical Education Majors Club 153 om U l David Harvey Pauker Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoohgy Alpha Epsilon Pi Omega Beta Pi; lUini Theatre Guild Cast (2. 3) ; Hillel Founda ' im Student Council (4) : French Club Dean Fredrich Paulsmeyer Centmlut Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Browery House Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Football Marching Band (2) ; Second Regimental Band (1. 2) Peter Pavlan Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology mini Theatre Guild Cast (4 Roosevelt College . Chicago 0k James Pfacock Mollis Law Phi Delta Phi ; Galesburg Alumni Association . Junior Bar Association; Landscape Architec- ture Society Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Robert David Pearlman Chicago Commerce Matketing and Management Lundgren House Marketing Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion ; Praetorians ; Society for the Advance- ment of Management Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Basketball Squad Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Ralph Stewart Pearman Paris Law Law Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi Delta Phi; Illini Union Committee (1) ; Junior Bar Association Honors Day (I. 2) Donald Jennings Pearson Galesbmg Fine and Applied Arts Landscape Architecture Phi Sigma Kappa Fine and Applied Arts Society; Landscape Architecture Society Ernest Neylander Pearson, Valley Stream. N. Y, Engineering Mechanical Engineering 221 Club Chi Gamma Iota ; Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma; Football Marching Band (I. 2) ; First Regimental Band (1) ; Second Regi- mental Band (2) ; A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. Honors Day (1. 3) Priscilla Joan Pearson Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Theta Upsilon Illini Union Committee ( . 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (4) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- mittee (4) ; W.A.A. Numerals (4) ; W.A.A. O. 4) ; University Chorus (4) ; Terrapin (3. 4 . Physical Education Majors Club Wright Junior College 154 Roy Gerald Pearson Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. Michigan College of Mining and Technol- ogy; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Victor Ronald Pearson Chicago Commerce Marketing Barton House Marketing Club ; Na%7 Pier Alumni Associa- tion Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois W ' lLLARD MiLDLiRN Pearson, Jr Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Galesburg Alumni Association; Marketing Club Galesburg Activities: WINI Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Charles Daniel Pefeer Oak Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Stefano Gust Pelafas Urbana Division of Special Services Journalism Donald Richard Pellikan Grafton Agriculture Dairy Science Dairy Production Club; Rural Life Club Westing Earl Pence Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A.r.A. ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (1 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Babbar.a Cherie Perbohner Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Alpha Kappa Delta ; Na ' y Pier Alumni As- si ciation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Ernesto Perez-Casas. }uon Aldama, Zacatecas Mexico Engineering Mechanical Engineering Cosmopolitan A.S.M.E. ; Ibero-American Association M nviN Pfrsky ChiciRo Journalism Editorial (lark House The Daily Illini (5. ■ ) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Activities: Feature KJitiu. Pier mini Honors Day (2. 3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Gordon Carl Pfschke Morton Grove Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (2. 3) Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Ai.BrBT Pfskin Chicago Commerce Accountancy Tau Epsilon Phi DePaul University ; University of Southern California AiBERT Edward Peters Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Honors Day (2) .Mayuood Andrew Warren Petfrs. . . . Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Donald Gene Peters St. Joseph Commerce Economics Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union Com- mittee (1, 2, 3) ; Campus Chest (2) ; Student Senate (2); Class President (2); Commerce Council (2, 3, 4) ; Sophomore Cotillion Com- mittee ; Illini Insurance Society Edward Christian Petersen, Jr Chicago Division of Special Services English 311 Club House President {A) ; American Veterans Com- mittee; Galesburg Alumni Association; Span- ish Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois James Davidsen Petersen Erie Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Pi Tau Sigma ; A.S.M.E. John Robert Petersen Rockjord Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lundgren House A.S.M.E. Lyons Township Junior College Eugene Af.i red Peterson Rockjord Commerce Marketing Minawa Lodge Varsity Golf Squad (4), Letter {A), Illini f hristian l-cllowshlp (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Account- .incy Club; Junior Bar Association; Marketing Club Gerald Peterson Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Al.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of tlie University of Illinois Hauoid John Peterson Homewood Division of Special Services English Tau Kappa Epsilon Interfraternity Council (2); Committee on Student Discipline (2) ; Marketing Club Florida Southern College Hi-LEN Annabelle Peterson Rio Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Sherwood Lodge Lutheran Student Foundation Student Coun- cil (4) ; Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Joyce Elizabeth Peterson Education Social Studies Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Joliet Junior College .Joliet Luther Samuel Peterson Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Illinois Technograph (2. 3) ; A.I.E.H.-I.R.E. Galesburg Activities: Varsity Baseball Squad Honors Day (1, 3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Patricia Louise Peterson Rockjord Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Kappa Kappa Gamma illini Union Committee (3,4); Women ' s Glee Club (3) Rockford College Robert Charles Peterson Chicago Engineering Cii ' il Engineering Chi Gamma Iota; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (2. 3) Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois RnY Herman Peterson. Jr Chicago Engineering Citil Engineering Sipma Tau; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (1, 2. 3, 4) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois is 0» 155 tf) Willis Elisvcorth Peterson Keu itiee Engineering Electrical Engineering Ohm Sweet Ohm Eta Kappa Nu ; Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Activities: Manager of Lighting. Theatre Guild ; Engineer, WINI Hontirs Day {2) Galesburg Extension of the University nl Illinois Harris Edwaro PriRti: Chicag " Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemiitry Sigma Nu Phi Lambda Upsilon ; German Club Southwestern University Albert Dominic Petrella Joliet Division of Special Services Munagement Newman Hall Junior Chamber uf Commerce; Marketing Club ; Sitciety for the Advancement of Man- agement J. diet Junior College RoBi RT Thomas PriREY Chicago Commerce Economics Barton Hnuse Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tiiin Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Georgia Brovcn Petrif Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Ttaining in Geography Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls French Club ; Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Activities: Galesburg Illini Galesburg Extension of the University .it Illinois Herman Petsch Chicago Engineering Metallurgjcal Engineering American Legion Post No. 909; M.I.S. Northwestern University George Louis Pevovich Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Atchitecture A.I.A. ; A.S.A.E. : A.S.C.E. Woodrow Wilson Junior College Harold Edward Pfeifer Champaign Engineering Mechanical Engineering Chi Phi First Lieutenant, Air Force Wing: Arnold So- ciety of Air Cadets; Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade: A.S.M.E. Carl Edw ard Peeiffer Browns Agriculture Ctnetal Agriculture Hill Hall Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Pershing Rifles; Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow. Rural Life Club; Illini Masonic Club 156 Walter Franklin Pfister El Paw Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa St. Ambrose College John Benjamin Pflaum Algonquin Division of Special Services Journalism Ten-O-One Club The Daily lUini (1. 2, 5) Thomas La xrence Phalin McHenry Commerce Management Society for the Advancement of Management Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Werner Chris Philippsen )X ' heaton Journalism Advertising Alpha Delta Sigma ; Major. Army ROTC Regiment ; Military Council ; Scabbard and Blade Donald Ray Phillips Petu Engineering Electiical Engineering Phi Kappa Phi ; Chi Gamma Iota ; Tau Beta Pi ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineer- ing Society Honors Day (2. 3. -i ) LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junittr College James Thomas Phillips Chicago Division of Special Services Chemistry Harmony House House President (4t ; German Club Wright Junior College Lois Jane Phillips Maytiew Education Elementaiy Education Honors Day (2) Norma Lee Phillips Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Spanish Club Dorothy Lih ille Phipps Kantoul Ctimmerce Personnel Management Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Navy Picr Activities: Piei lUini : University Chorus Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Rit HARD NEAL PUARD Ch.impiUK ' t Agriculture Gi ' lfrtil AsricultUfC Thct.1 Clii Ma- Van-Da: Sachem; Tribe nf Illini (2. 3, 4) ; Varsity Wrestling Squad {I. 3. ■ . Utter (2. 3. ■ ) : Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow .Ch ' iC4igo Adam Itrcimt Pii ntka Engineering Cm Btifiine iing Kappa Delta Rim Star and Scroll ; A.S.C.E. Chicago Technical College Sally Pai ' l Pifri f Moli tf Journalism AJi ' ft tiling Kappa Dtlta Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini (U, Illini Union t ommlttee {2) MacMurr.iy College Francis Joseph Piniak. . . .KiJgi iclti. N. . Engineering McchiWiitil Engmverinn A.S.M.t. DdNAID PairIIK PiDlROWSKI Oitk Piirk Liberal Arts and Sciences Ecoriopiicj Newman Hall A.I.Ch.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension ( the University of Illinois { HARLis Albert Pipknhagen, Jr.. . .Chicdgo Engineering General Engineering A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. DONAID WlIIIAM PlERSOl Chidlgo Commerce Accountancy Ten O-One Club Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club Grinnell College Robert John Piette Appletoti. X ' i ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Phalanx; A.I.Ch.E. Raymond Anthony Pigozzi Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Alpha Rho Chi Tribe of Illini; Varsity Wrestling Squad (1. 2.3.4). Letter (3. -it; Chief Petty Otficer. Battalion of Midshipmen; A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Evelyn Pildes Cicero Liberal Arts and Sciences Spaniih Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Phi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Sigma Delta Pi ; The Daily Illini (1, 2) ; Spanish Club Honors Day (1,2.3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Arthur George Pille Hunna City Agriculture General Agriculture Phi Eta Sigma; Illinois Agriculturist (3, -4) : Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoot and Horn Club Honors Day (1. 2, 3) : University of Illinois Scholarship Key , J ' t A5 r Uri PlMSTElN Santi ig " Chih A Engineering 4 Ceramic i Alpha Sigma Phi Kcramos ; A.C.S. ; Spanish Club University of Chile - RoRiRT Johnston Piper Bryan Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa Skull and Crescent; Star Course Manager (2) ; Interfraternity Council (3); House President (3 ) ; A.I.A. ; Scimitar Ernest Gerald Pirfs Jacksonville Agriculture General Agriculture Shangri-Lodge Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (3) ; Illi- nois Agriculturist (4) ; Agricultural Econom- ics Club; Agricultural Education Club; Agri- culture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club ; Horticul- culture Club Honors Day (1) Benjamin Alex Piskun Melrose Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering Fireside A.F.S. : A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Charles Pisoni Herrin Commerce Marketing Alpha Phi Omega ; The Daily Illini ' (3) ; Var- sity Track Squad (I); Newman Foundation Student Council (4 ) ; Accountancy Club ; Illini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club Southern Illinois University William Martin Pistrui Collinsvilte Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.A.; A.S.C.E. Washington University ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Palil Eugene Pitman Agriculture General Agriculture Colonial Manor Agiiculture Club; Field and Furrow 157 lO (S Norma Mosier Pittman Vrbana Education Elementary Education Alcestis Donald Charles Pittman Vfhan.i Physical Education Physical Education Tribe of Illini : Varsity Football Squad (1. 2. 3). Letter (2) Barbara Susanne Planck Chicago Journalism Editorial Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Gamma Alpha Chi ; Christian Science Organi- zation ; Home Economics Club The Principia Virginia Louise Player Warrenvillc Fine and Applied Arts Music Education Delta Gamma Illini Union Committee (2,3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (2. 3, 4) ; University Chorus (4) ; A Cappella Choir (3) ; McKinley Foundation Student Council (2); Sophomore Cotillion Committee Western College for Women Joseph Francis Poerio Chicago Height ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Newman Hall Loyola University: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Marvin Arthur Pohlman Chicag " Engineering Metalhtigical Engineering A.F.S. ; M.I.S. Spero Michael Polios ...East Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Epsilon Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma St. Ambrose College Carol Renee Polk Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Sigma Delta Tau The lUio (1. 2, 3) ; Illini Union Committee (I. 2) ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (I, 2, 3) ; N.S.A. Senate Sub- committee (2) Bert Irwin Pollan Chicag- Commerce Marketijig Sigma Alpha Mu Intramural Manager (2) ; Illini Insurance So ciety ; Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois i ? ?M hr 158 Lewis Delbert Pollard Carmi Law Law Phi Alpha Delta ; Accountancy Club ; Junior Bar Association; Marketing Club University of Oregon Ropert Omar Polley Agriculture General Agriculture Lincoln College Claudia Ann Polo Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Palamar Zeta Phi Eta Wilson Junior College; Roosevelt College Michael Louis Pompilio Chicago Commerce Marketing Phi Kappa Tau Captain, Air Force Wing; Air Force Council; Arnold Society of Air Cadets; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Accountancy Club Harry Alexander Pool ' s.. . .Toronto, Ontauj Liberal Arts and Sciences History Honors Day (3) Warren Everett Poole Dorchester Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Charwood Lodge A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society James Orville Potter Virgil Commerce Accountancy Medea Lodge Arnold Society of Air Cadets; Pershing Rifles; Accountancy Club MvRox Ly.ndell Pov; ell Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow Honors Day {!) Hill view Robert Kenneth Powell Waukegan Division of Special Services Marketing and Management Alpha Sigma Phi Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4) ; Interfra- ternity Council (2. 3. 4) ; N.S.A. Senate Sub- committee (5.4); Marketing Club RirnARii Arthur Powers Riier Gfote Engineering McchaniCiit Ensitieering Witanshirc Alplia Plii Omega: A.S.Nf.E. H.iRi AN Ai HI HI Prait Berwyii Fine and Applied Arts irchitCi ' hue Scarab ; A. I. A. Morton Junior College IiiHN Diukek Pratt Plymouth, Wis. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Newman Hall First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment : Mili- tar - Council; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard .md Blade; A.S.M.E. ; Rifle and Pistol Club Richard Putnam Pkatt. . , .Woicester, Mass. Journalism EJitorial Pi Kappa Phi Phi Eta Sigma ; Sigma Delta Chi ; House President (1) ; Student Senate (1, 2) ; Amer- ican Veterans Committee; Galesburg Alumni Association Institute Minerva, Switzerland ; Galesburg Extension of University of Illinois Oms Joseph Presson Uf b.in.t Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. CAROLINE Taylor Price Medjord, Mass. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta; Terrapin (1) Honors Day (3) James Richard Price Mt. Camul Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma ; A.F.S. Eastern Illinois State College John Lee Price Catthage Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Scabbard and Blade ; Illini Insurance Society ;, Labor and Industrial Relations Association; Spanish Club Patricia Ehman Price Champaign Agriculture Home Economics Education Gamma Phi Beta Torch ; Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Iota Sigma Pi ; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; The Illio (1, 2, 3) ; McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; Home Economics Club Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key " J li Robert Lawrencb Price Champaign Education Hiitory Tau Kappa Epsilon Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Zcta Sigma Alpha Kemper Military College John Charles Prince Charleston Commerce Accountancy Delta Sigma Omicron Eastern Illinois State College Laurence Lee Prindiville Elmhurst Engineering Electrical Engineering Club Topper Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu Honors Day (2) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Edward John Prislinger Chicago Commerce Management Lambda Chi Alpha German Club; Junior Chamber of Commerce; Marketing Club; Rifle and Pistol Club GroRGE Fredhrick Probandt Chicago Agriculture AgroTtomy Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Otto Probst Waukegan Engineering Mechanical Engineering Granada Club T.IU Beta Pi ; Pi Tau Sigma ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key LaVonne Spurgeon Prosise Centralia Commerce Economics The Daily lllini (1); Accountancy Club; CycloHiem Club; lllini Insurance Society Robert Ray Prosise Centralia Division of Special Services Mathematics A.S.C.E. ; lllini Insurance Society Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy Bonnie Mae Pui.s New Holland Agriculture Home Economics Education Evans Hall Lincoln College 159 i(B Charles John Pursley Molitie Commerce PfriiiUTtel Mitnagenifnt Moline Community College ; St. Ainbrnsc College Don ALU Edw AKU PuTzn n O.ik P.nk Commerce Matkethig Bland House Marketing Club Monmouth College Edward John Pvrchla Ch c.in " Liberal Arts and Sciences Club 311 Nav ' Pier Extension nf tbc University of Illinois Lfonard Quartetti Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pft ' -AteJiLine Kings Row Galesburg Alumnc Association Honors Day (1.3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Samuel Braddock Quincy Northbrook Agriculture General Agriculture Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Harry Edward Quinn ChidiR " Engineering Electrical Engineering Sit;ma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Terry Grant Quinn Decatur Fine and Applied Arts Architecture lllini Union Committee (2) ; A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society; Scimitar University of Minnesota Terence Thomas Quirke. Jr Vibanu Liberal Arts and Sciences Geology Alpha Kappa Lambda Atepo. lllini Theatre Guild Cast (2) ; Men ' s Glee Club (3, 4) ; Pershing RiHes : Cyclothem Club Norman Clifford Rabkin, New York. N.y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Engliih Phi Eta Sigma; lllini Union Committee (3, •I); Hille! Foundation Student Council 2); LAS Council (3) ; French Club; German Club; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation; Phil- osophy Discussion Club; United World Fed- eralists Honors Day (3) ' aJ 160 ZoRAf.K Rabin Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Clark House A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. : Navy Pier Alumni Asso- tiation ; Praetorians Soi omon Rabinowitz Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Barton House Navy Pier Alumni Association H.in.)rs Day (1) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois At.NES Ann Radich Chicago Physical Education Phyucal Education [-incoln Avenue Residence Halls lllini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Campus Chest (4); W.A.A. Board (4): Major I (4); W.A.A. N umerals (4) ; W.A.A. (3. 4) ; Uni- versity Chorus (4) ; Terrapin (3. 4) ; Physical Education Majors Club Wilson Junior College t ARL Frederick Radke Forett Park Commerce Aiarketing Sigma Nu University Chorus (5,4) , A Cappella Choir (3, 4) ; Marketing Club ( ulver-Stockton College Richard August Raggi Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Newman Hall Committee on Student Navy Pier Alumni As- Student Senate (2 ) ; Affairs )2 ) ; A.I.A. ; sociation Honors Day (2) City College of New York ; Carnegie Insti- tue of Technology ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Arwin Rahn Wheaton Fine and Applied Arts Mustc Education Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (1. 2,3,4); Football Marching Band (1. 2, 3. 4) ; University Orchestra (4) Br ' r RLY Jean Raisler Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Kappa Delta Joliet Junior College; Lawrence College John Paul Rak Chicago Division of Special Services Industrial Engineering Newman Hall A.S.M.E. ; Marketing C;lub ; Society for the Adv.incement of Management Ku HARD Frank Raklovits Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Phi Gamma Delta Ma- Wan-Da; Tribe of lllini; Varsity Foot- ball Squad (3.4), Letter (3.4); Varsity Baseball Squad (3.4). Letter (3, 4) Frank (mariin RallV Rfukjoni EnsinecrinK Mctitllurgictil F.rifi fit ' frhig First Lieutenant, Army ROTC: Rcmnunt : Scabbard and Hladt: . MIS. JOMr SniKi I Kami k. Chrotgo l-.IW Luu Lincoln Avcmie Residence Halls Delta Si|;cna Rim ; Illini Fnrcnsic AssiKi.Uiuii : Junior Bar Association ; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Philosophy Discussion Club Navy Pier Activities: W.A.A. ; Studint Congress ; Orclicsis ; University Choir Na ' y Pier Extcnsitm of the University ol Illinois Joan Edith Range ChicdRo Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Busey Hall Illini Theatre Guild Cast Montana State University; DfP.uil Univn- sity SiUNFY Benjamin Rand Chuu " Commerce Bitniing ttnd Finance, MKinagemcnt, Marketing Marketing Club Honors Day (I) Navy Pier Extension uf the Lfnivcrsity of Illinois Rostoi- Randell Ttticolti Agriculture General Agrimlture Y.M.C.A. Committee (I); Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club ; Field and Furrow Gi ' s Frfderick Ranzfnberger. .. . ir ' w it ' W Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Springfield Junior College FRrnrRicK Matthew Rapp Aiorton Journalism Advertising Sigma Phi Epsilon The Daily Illini (4) ; Marketing Club 7. K ) Mils Rasmussfn Agriculture (iinvral Af riculture illinnis st.itc Normal University .O.iktt ' H.J Ko-i Ai. Jt)si;PH Rasmussi:n Taylotiillc Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Gargoyle ; Phi Eta Sigma Honurs Day (1. 3) jAMis Courtney Rathsi.ag O.ik l nk Division of Special Services Humanities Delta Kappa Epsilon Villanova (College; Kcnyon Otilege LeI.IA MYRA RaTZESBERCER hioopestoti Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Phi The Daily Illini (1); lllini Union Commit- tee (I. 3 I ; A ( appella Choir (2) John Walter Ratzki Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Graham Lodge A.S.C.E. Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Roy Anthony Rauschenberg Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Science Wesmen Wesley Foundation Student Council (3, 4) Honors Day (2. 3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Willis Ei ' gene Ray Keuanee Education Industrial Education Industrial Education Society Honors Day (2 ( m(r Sidney Herbert Rappaport. .Freepoit, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Hillcl Fnundation Student Council (3, 4) Long Island University Edward Leopold Rashenskas Kankaka Division of Special Services Economics Jack Milton Raymer Chicago Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Bastille A.F.S. ; Galesburg Alumni Association ; Ger- man Club ; M.I.S. Illinois Institute of Technology ; Wilson Junior College ; Galesburg Extension of the Llniversity of Illinois Harry Thomas Reardon, Jr. Wauconda Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Medea Lodge Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club 161 W ' AVNE Stanley Reck Freepott Division of Special Services Jourfiiilism The Daily Illini (2) ; Concert Band (2) ; Football Marching Band (2) ; University Orchestra (2) Ralph Charles Reiner Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Tcachtf Training in Social Studies Football Marching Band (3.4); First Regi- mental Band (3, 4) ; Scimitar Morton Junior College pATRIl: Anne Reddinger Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lincoln Avenue Residence Hails Newman Foundation Student Council (4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois John Mathew Reinert Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Granada Club A I.E.E. IR.E. Douglas Eugene Reed Ponti.ic Commerce Marketing and Mana trr tnt Alpha Kappa Psi ; Galesburg Alumni Associa- tion ; Marketing Club ; Society for the Ad- vancement of Management Galesburg Extension of the Ltniversity of Illinois Leroy Jesse Reeder, Jr Qi iin Agriculture General Agriculture Quincy College Daniel Gunder Reese TayloniUe Agriculture General Agriculture Phi Kappa Psi Joan Bravant Reeve Barrington Journalism Advertising Alpha Phi Associate Editor. The Iliio ; Mortar Board : Torch; Shi-Ai ; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi ; Mask and Bauble ; Theta Sigma Phi ; The Illio (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Illini Union Com- mittee (1,2); Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1. 2) ; House President (3) ; Student Senate (3) : Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer; Market- ing Club Honors Day (1, 2. 5) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Hope Reeve-Roberts Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Phi Sigma Sigma The Daily Illini (1. 2. 3) : Illini Union Committee (1); Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee fl); WILL (3. 4 » ; Freshman Frolic Committee Paul Lfo Reiland Skokie Liberal Arts and Sciences English Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Activities: Assistant Sports Edi- tor, Pier Illini; The Brave; Varsity Golf Squad Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald William Reilly Quincy Engineering Civil Engineering Annex Hall Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. Quincy College 162 James Frederick Reinhardt Engineering Electrical Engineering Huntleigh Hall AT.E.E.-I.R.E. Shurtlelf College L FAN REINMUND Commerce Marketing Marketing Club Springfield Junior College Philip Reisman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (1 ) Don Repel Reisner Chicago Commerce Marketing Alpha Sigma Phi Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Charles Patrick Reitsch Rockjord Commerce Industrial Administration Delta Kappa Epsilon Skull and Crescent ; Interfraternity Council (5) : Tribe of Illini (2. 3. 4) ; Varsity Swim- ming Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2. 3. 4) . Freshman ' arsity Swimming Squad ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment Honors Day (1) Charles Robert Renda Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha Sigma Phi Illmi Forensic Association ; Junior Bar As- sociation Wright Junior College Philiip Ronald Rfndonf Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Mathematics Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Elizahfth Jovti; Renhro Glen Ellyn Education Elementaty Education Kapp.1 Delta Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) MacMurrav rollegc Rai PH Jamfs Rlniro Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. George John Reuss Aurou Commerce Management and Marketing Marketing Club San Jose State College: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ASTHL ' B W ' IRTH REYNOLDS Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 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(3. 4) ; Illini Blackburn Club; Phys- ical Education Majors Club Blackburn University 172 Mm RICE Allen Schwartz Chieago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Epsilon ; Navy | Pier Alumni Association i Navy Pier Activities: Copy Editor, Pier ' Illini I Honors Day (2. 3) Na ' y Pier Extension of tlie University of ' Illinois Manuel Schwarz Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Barton House Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Joseph Peyton Schwerer Blandinsiille Agriculture General Agriculture Delta Sigma Phi Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof jnd Horn Club Eugene John Schwetz Cicero Engineering Metallurgical Engineering A.F.S. ; M.I.S. University of Syracuse; Navy Pier Extension .it the University of Illinois Claude Vernon Scott, Jr Durtlap Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Education Club Topper n i E Richard Scott Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Philosophy Alpha Kappa Lambda Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3.4); Varsity Wrestling Squad (2) ; Freshman Var- sity- Squad; Football Marching Band 12.3): First Regimental Band (3) , Second Regi- mental Band (1, 2) ; Student Religious Coun- ul (3.4): Illini Christian Fellowship (1,2, . 4( ; Combat-Defense Club Honors Day (1, 2) Iohn Thackeray Scott, Jr Paxton Agriculture General Agriculture Tara Hall Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agriculture Economics Club ; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Robert Augustine Scott Sandwich Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Chi Rho Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) McKay James Seaton Chicago Division of Special Services Engineering Navy Pier Activities: University Dance Committee Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois lloprRT W ' iSFiFLD Sravey ElmhuTst Knginccring EUclrictl Engineering Phi Eta Sigma : Eta Kappa Nu Honors Day (1.2) Navy Pier Extension M the University of Illinois Judith Ann Sebastian Rantoul Education ElemenUry Educttion Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Lambda Delta Illinois Wcsk-yan University Chabies Jamfs Skcondeno Itidianttpolis, In J. Commerce Accountancy and Management Thcta Chi Sachem; The Daily lUini (I. 3) ; Ulini The- atre Guild Production Stall (1) ; Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Arthur Wilbur Sefds Buda Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club VTestern Illinois State College David Lee Seidel NapeniUe Journalism Advertising Zeta Psi Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Ulini (4); mini Theatre Guild Cast ( . 4) North Central College Harry Otis Seitzinger Birds Commerce Accountancy La Coterie Accountancy Club; Marketing Club University of Oklahoma MvRi. Vance Seitzinger flM Rock Agriculture Genet jl Agriculture La Coterie Agriculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club Aavon Eugene Sell Carmi Agriculture General Agriculture Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club Richard Harold Selstad Chicago Engineering Aeronautical Engineering I.A.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois V» »Vi Paula Scmiat New York, N.Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry and Zoology Ivria Hunter College loHN Gordon Semi ' le, . . .! jt «,i; ' «, D.C Agriculture General Agriculture Hoof and Horn Club University of Maryland Steven John Sendziak, Jr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Navy Pier Alumni Association Marquette University ; Worsham College ; Navy Pier Extension of tlie University of Illinois Matthew Brooks Senn Louisville, Ky. Division of Special Services Economics Phi Kappa Psi Honors Day (2) University of Louisville Sam Robert Serdar North Chicago Division of General Services History Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Mitchell Albert Seremak Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.I.R.E. Wright Junior College Mary Elizabeth Serven Prairie City Agriculture Home Ecanrir iics Education Presbyterian Hall Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; McKinley Foundation Student Council ( 1 ) ; Home Economics Club; Spanish Club Honors Day (1, 2) Charles Earl Sexauer Chicago Commerce Accountancy Colonial Manor Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Villanova College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Joe Haines Seymour Engineering Mining Enginering Roger ' s House A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; M.I.S. Southern Illinois University .Benton 173 (S ' Joan Marie Shadensack Spring VatUy Education Elementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls University Chorus (2); French Club LaSalle-Peru-Oglcsby Junior College; Gales- burg Extension of the Universitj- of Illinois Jerome Shalon Chicago Law Lati Lundgren House N ' u Beta Epsilon ; Accountancy Club ; Gales- burg Alumni Association; lUIni Insurance So- ciety; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation; Jun- ior Bar Association ; Junior Chamber of Com- merce Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Franklvn Merle Shapira Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Na ' y Pier Extension of the University- of Illinois Marvin Kalmn Shapiro Chicago Commerce Marketing and Management Stagger Inn House President (5) ; Marketing Club University of Wisconsin Robert Shapiro Clayton, Mo Commerce Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Philosophy Discussion Club Honors Day (2) Washington University Robert Hugh Sharkey Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Granada Club Illini Theatre Guild Manager (3) ; Na ' i- Pier Alumni Association Ni -y Pier Extension of the University of Illinois EviNG Alan Sharp Henderson, Ky. Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; Illinois Technograph (2) ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1.3) Donald Ray Shaw Homeu-ood Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Interfra- ternity Council (I. 2. 3) ; Student Senate (3) ; Junior Prom Committee; LAS Council (3. 4) ; Honors Day (I, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key William Wagy Shaw Pittsburgh. Pa. Commerce Marketing and Managerttent Pi Kappa Phi Concert Band (3. 4) ; Football Marching Band (1. 2. 3. 4) : First Regimental Band (1. 2) ; Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Honors Day (1.2) 174 James Edw ards Sheets Chilficothe Commerce Management Tara Hall Rifle and Pistol Club Bradley University Helen Adair Shellabarger Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences French Kappa Alpha Theta Shorter Board; W.A.A. (4»: Terrapin (1.2 3. 4) ; French Club Honors Day (5 ) Rosemary Helen Shepherd. .. .Cranite City Agriculture Home Economics 4-H House Alpha Chron ; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Illini Union Committee (1) ; Star Course Manager (2) Honors Day (1) Charles William Shepherd Poniiac Journalism Editorial Alpha Kappa Lambda Co-Manager, Star Course ; Ma-Wan-Da ; Sa- chem ; mini Union Committee (3) ; Star Course Manager (2. 3) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee fl.2) Football Marching Band {2 . First Regimental Band (2) ; Second Regimental Band (1,2); Men ' s Glee Club (3»; WILL (2) ; Concert and Entertainment Board (4) Glenn Hughie Sheraden Burnt Prairie Division of Special Services Mathematics Phyllis Sherman Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Art Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls House President (3) ; University Chorus (4t ; Woman ' s Glee Club (3) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society William Charles Shewalter Geneva Division of Special Services Commerce Theta Chi Georgia School of Technology Theodore Bruno Shimkus Chicago Division of Special Seriices Engineering Illini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club Wilson Junior College Kenneth E onald Shimmin Burlington, Iowa Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Alpha Sigma Mu ; A.F.S. ; M.I.S. Honors Day (3) Burlingtiin Junior College Joan Eileen Shibev Chu.igo Liberal Arts and Sciences BacUfiology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls MicroTcch Club Clarke Colics Barp.ara I.utiiiF Shissi.er £Imu ' ooJ Agriculture Home Economics Chi Omcpa Ulini Theatre Guild Manager (2) ; V.W.f .A. Committee (I. 2) : House President (4) Thomas Edwari Shivelv LaGrange Commerce Marketing Phi Kappa Psi The Daily Illmi (4) ; Trader (4) ; Marketing ( lub ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Northwestern University : DePaul Univer- sity ; Navy Pier EKtension of the University of Illinnis IsADORF Shrknsky .buHiin.t. PtI. Journalism Editoriitl Executive News Editor. The Daily Illini; The Daily Illmi (3. 4) Indiana State Teacher ' s College Vivian Jean Shrontz St. Anne Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; WILL (3) DePauw University RoRFRT Lee Shrover Cirard Division of Special Services Agriculture Agriculture Club; Iliini Forensic Association Honors Day (1 ) John William Shucart Rockfotd Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma ; Y.M.C.A. Cabi- net (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (2, 3) Mary Louise Shugert Marengo, Ohio Education Elementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Kappa Delta Pi ; Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) Ohio Wesleyan University Paul William Shuldiner. .AVw York, N.Y. Engineering Civil Engineering The Mansion Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. ; I.T.E. The City College of New York Charles Arthur Shumard Chicago Division of Special Services Advertising Sigma Phi Epsilon Dolphins (3. 4) Glenn Allen Shunneson Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma A.S.C.E. North Park Junior College Joan Rap Shutts Hinsdale Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Kappa Delta French Club; Spanish Club MacMurray College Marilyn Shirley Shyer Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Alpha Kappa Delta; Illini Union Committee (3, 4) : W.A.A. (3. 4) ; Repertory Orchestra (3,4) Hcrzl Junior College Jerome Shyman Chicago Commerce Marketing Alplia Epsilon Pi The Daily Illini (3) ; Galesburg Alumni As- sociation ; mini Insurance Society; Marketing Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier and Galesburg Extensions of the University of Illinois Joan Louise Sibbitt Mascoiitah Agriculture Floriculture Mask and Bauble; Illini Theatre Guild Mana- ger (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (2. 3, 4) ; Floriculture Club Honors Day (3) Frederic Jean Siebenmann, Jr. Des Moines. Iowa Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club ; Dairy Production Club Edward William Siebert Springfield Law Granada Club Delta Theta Phi ; Junitir Bar Association Springfield Junior College Albert Louis Sieg Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry A.C.S. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Northwestern University; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois 175 i(B Oscar Siecel Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Tau Delta Phi Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Theta Epsilon : Phi Epsilon Kappa; House President (4) ; Foot ball Junior Varsity (2, 3) ; Physical Educi tton Majors Club; Teachers-in-Training Club. University of Illinois Recreation Society Honors Day (1.3) W ' riirAM Friderick Siemer Park Ridge Commerce Industrial Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon Gym Manager (2); Marketing Club; Moin- gwena ; Suciety for the Advancement of Man- agement Nan Sieve Chicago Education Speech Correction Indeco Peter George Sigalos Chicago Commerce Banking Delta Sigma Pi; Varsity Baseball Squad (3); Epsilon Phi Sigma ; Junior Chamber of Com- merce Honors Day (2 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Benedict Sigfusson Chicag Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Delta Chi A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. Wright Junior College Jane Lee Sigwalt Joliet Education Art Alpha Delta Pi House President (5) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society Joliet Junior College Jack Silbergeld Greenville Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech and Psychology Sigma Phi Epsilon Mask and Bauble; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1.2.3); WILL (4); Illini Forensic Asso- ciation ; Philosophy Discussion Club ; Tea- chers-io-Training Club Greenville College ; LIniversity of New Mexico Ester Gloria Silver Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (2) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Activities: N.A.P.I. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois John Robert Simmons Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Labor and Industrial Relations Association ; Marketing Club Wright Junior College i3 176 RociR Carol Simms Maroa Agriculture General Agriculture Nabor House Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Illini Blackburn Club Blarkhurn College Georgia Ann Simon Waukegan Education Education of the Deaf Ivria Mu Iota Sigma; Illini Union Committee (2, 3. 41 : Illini Theatre Guild Production StatT lU : House President (3. 4) Ronald Simon Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Ai chitcctural Engineering The Mansiiin Scarab ; A. I. A. ; A.S.C.E. ; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation ; Navy Pier Alumni As- sociation Na ' y Pier Activities: Pier Illini Na i ' Pier Extension of the LIniversity of Illinois RoBFRT Edward Simonetti. .Cfe Vrfgo Heights Pliystcal Education Physical Education Tribe of mini; Varsity Baseball Squad (3). Letter ( 1 » Martin ICirop SimoNIAN Waukegan Commerce Marketing and Management Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association Nav ' Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Edw. rd Robert Simonson Chicago Engineering Ctrii Engineering A.S.C.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Galesburg and Nav ' Pier Extensions of the LIniversity of Illinois John Sintpson Oak Park Commerce Marketing Pi Kappa Phi Illini L ' nion Committee (J. 4) ; Orchesis (4) ; Marketing Club Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension of the LIniversity of IMinois Low ELL Curtis Sims Modesto Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Ten-O-One Club Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Illinois State Normal University Russell Sineni Joliet Division of Special Services History Joliet Junior College Fl iyd Keiih Siron Lexington Commerce Management freshman V.usit ' Baseball Squad Lois MARrivs Siron Lexington I Education Jeachtr Tr.un ng in Commerce Leeman Lodge , Torch; Alpha Chmn ; The Illin (1.2.3): House President ( 1 Chock In Siu Honolulu, H.iu iii Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Universit - of Hawaii Rita Sjunnesson Chicago Education English Chi Omega lUini Union Committee (2) ; McKinley Foun- dation Student Council (3); German Club; Itlint Fore nsic Association ; Teachers-in-Train- ing Club Ontenary College; L ' nivcrsity of Missnuri James John Skar.ada. Jb Forest Pari Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Intramural Manager (3 ) : Illinois Techno- graph (2. 3) ; French Club; M.I.S. Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois SiGMUND LINDHEINIER SKOLNICK . . . . C j CWgO Commerce Marketing and Management Phi Sigma Delta Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club John William Skomajsa Beniyn Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Morton Junior College Arthlb Joseph Skoruda Joliet Fine and Applied Arts Architecturitl Engineering A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. : Na 7 Pier Alumni Associ- ation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Jerome Joseph Slavik Chicago Commerce Marketing and Management Theta Xi Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Council (2); Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club Carolyn SiroD Mattoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Evans Hall Baker University Dale Eigene Slifer Windsor Agriculture General Agriculture Minawa Lodge Alpha Zcta ; Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 3. 4) Honors Day (1.2.3); University of Illinois SchoKirship Key Halph Mathers Si.oman Pawnee Agriculture General Agriculture University Baptist Church Student Council Shurtlcff College ( hhistina Ann Slow Brentwood, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences English Busey Hall The Daily Illini (I) ; Ililni Union Committee (2); mini Theatre Guild Cast (4); Y.W. C.A. Committee (3. 4) ; Campus Chest (3) ; W.A.A. (2. 3) Wa sh i n gto n Vn i ve rsi ty InHN ED X RD SmALLMAN Springfield Commerce Pel son ml Management Chi Psi Springfield Junior College Albert Austin Smith Waukegan Division (if Special Services Commerce llhni Insurance Society; Marketing Club Betty Marie Smith Urbana Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design Shorter Board; W.A.A. Board (5. 4) ; W.A.A. Numerals (4) ; W.A.A. (3.4) ; Ger- man Club Charles Allen S.mith Toulon Education Industrial Education Industrial Education Society Park College Dean Allen Smith Shelbyville Commerce Accountancy Brnwery House Alphi Kappa Psi; Accountancy Club; Market- ing Club Honors Day (2, 5) 177 Donald Irvin Smith Chicago Physical Education Physical Educitiou Tomahawk; Tribe of Illini ; Varsity Football Squad (3. 4), Letter (4) LoREN Megier Smith Monroe Center Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Delta Sigma Rho ; Y.M.C.A. Committee; Se- cnnd Regimental Band (1.2); WILL (2); American Society for Public Administration ; Illini Forensic Association Donald Webb Smith Auroia Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1.3) EvALVN Delores Smith Ellery Agriculture Home Economics Gamma House Phi L ' psilon Omicron ; Choristers (2) ; Illinois Agriculturist (3, 4) ; Disciples Foundation Student Council (1,2,3.4); All Ag Field Day Committee (3) ; Home Economics Club Garland Young Smith La Grange Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering Kappa Delta Rho Star and Scroll ; Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Tau Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; Interfraternity Council (1); House President (4) : A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. Honors Day (1.2.3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Howard Hamilton Smith Bardolph Agriculture General Agriculture Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club; Hoof and Horn Club John Alexander Smith Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alpha Phi Omega Wilson Junior College Leo Paul Smith Agriculture General Agriculture LfRov Joseph Smith Preeport Engineering Electrical Engineering University Chorus (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; So- ciety for the Advancement of Management Honors Day (3) Lois Leona Smith Mahomet Education Elementary Education Sigma Kappa The D.ii!y Illini (3. 4) ; Tcachers-in-Train- ing Club Honors Day (2) N!)rthwestern University 178 Lyle Howard Smith Pontiac Commerce Industrial Administration Sigma Pi Skull and Crescent; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Illinois Technograph (1) ; Ac- countancy Club; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Marketing Club Norman Blain Smith Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences Bio-Chemical Engineering Triangle Tomahawk; Varsity Track Squad (2, 3. 4) ; Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; A.C.S. ; A.IXh.E. Norton Smith Rochelle Agriculture Economics Theta Xi Agriculture Economics Club; Agricultural Ed- ucation Club ; Galesburg Alumni Association ; Junior Chamber of Commerce; Spanish Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Paul Louis Smith Danville Commerce Accountancy Tau Kappa Epsilon University Orchestra (4) ; Newman Founda- tion St udent Council (4) ; Senior Ball Com- mittee ; Accountancy Club Richard Eugene Smith Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Omega Beta Pi ; Illini Christian Fellowship (4) ; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- ciation Honors Day (2 ) Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension ut the University nf Illinois Roberta Jane Smith Rochester Agriculture Home Economics 4-H House W.A.A. (2, 3) ; Illinois Agriculturist (2. 3. 4) ; All Ag Field Day Committee (3) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee (2) ; W.G.S. Ball Com- mittee (1) ; Home Economics Club; Rural Life Club Sidney Edward Smith Saunemin Law Laiv Beta Gamma Sigma ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Phi Alpha Delta ; Accountancy Club ; Junior Bar Association Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois Scliol- arship Key Illinois Wesleyan ; Oberlin College ; John C arroll University Steven Lee Smith Chicago Division of Special Services Economics Plii Kappa Tau Star and Scroll; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2); Men ' s Glee Club (3.4); WILL (2); mini Forensic Association; Marketing Club Morgan Park Junior College; Northwestern University ua WiiiiAM CoULBOURN SmITH Chicago Enginccrini; Barton House Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Theater Guild Manager (4) Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois WiiLiAM Kfnnttm Smith. Jr P,ixlon Division of Special Services Miirkcting Kappa Delta Rho Marketing Club RoHEBT Carl Smuha Ntw York. N.Y. Fine and Applied Arts Archilcctittttl Enginccrmg A.I.A.; A.S.C.E. ; Fine and Applied Arts So- ciety Honors Day (1) Doii.v Jo Smotherman DaUm, Tex. Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Southern Methodist University; Arlington State College James William Snarr Benton Engineering Mining Engineering Theta Chi M.I.S. Carleton College Jean Selma Snitovsky Chicago Education English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Alpha Lambda Delta; House President (3) Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key L ' niversity of Wisconsin ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of tlie L ' niversity of Illinois David Frank Snyder InJranjpolis, InJ. Fine and Applied Arts Archtleclnral Engineering Alpha Phi Alpha A.S.C.E. Indiana LIniversity Marilyn Jane Snyder Liberal Arts and Sciences History Delta Gamma The Daily lUini Production Staff W.A.A. (2. 3) MacMurray College (2) (2) ; Illini Theatre Guild Campus Chest (2) ; Jordan Howard Sobel Chicago Commerce Commercial Law Zeta Beta Tau Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key S Robert Noah Sodlf Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Barton House Second Lieutenant. Army KOTC Regiment; Phi Chi Eta Dc Paul University Chester Frank Souoia Chicago ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Industrial Psychology Illmi Forensic Association; Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club DcPauI University Joseph Mk hael Sola Rockjord Engineering Aeionanticul Engineering I.A.S. Robert John Solem Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Illini Union Committee (3. 4) ; Interfraternity Council (3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3) JEROLD Soling Kew Card Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Design Fme and Applied Arts Society Columbia University Janice Caroline Solomon Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech Phi Sigma Sigma Mask and Bauble; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Council (3, 4) ; Illini Lfnion Committee (I. 2) ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (3) ; Hlini Theatre Guild Cast (1,2); Freshman Coun- cil; WILL 12) Honors Day (5) Anne Jane Solon Stieai " Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Social Welfare Administration Club College of Saint Teresa John Daniel Sommer Peoria Engineering General Engineering Alpha Delta Phi Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council (2) William Alvin Sommer Peoria Engineering General Engineering Alpha Delta Phi Skull and Crescent ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4) ; Interfraternitv Council fl, 2. 3, 4) ; Student Senate (5. 4) ; Coordination Committee (3. 4) ; Freshman Council; Alumni Association Board (3) ; Freshman Frolic Committee; Freshman Week Committee ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment ; Transportation Corps Club ; A.S.M.E. Honors Day (1) Lv j 179 Jfannf Chervle Sommi-rs Chicagj Liberal Arts and Sciences English P!ii Mu mini Theatre Guild Production Staff (41: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3) ; Christian Science Organization ; French Club N ' lirth western University Peter Song Los AngeUs, Calij. Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Los Angeles City College ; University of California at Los Angeles GUNNAR SORENSEN Elmtvood Park Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Honors Day (3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Marvin Philip Sosin Chicago Journalism Advertising Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily lUini (4 Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Garrison Southard, Jr Rohinson Commerce Marketing and Management Brentwood M.I. A. Executive Council (4) ; House Presi- dent (4) ; mini Insurance Society; Marketing Club ; Spanish Club Phillips University Roy Bernt Sove Evanston Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club Chicago City College Joseph James Sowers Chicago Commerce Accountancy and Management Camelot Club Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University ul Illinois ViTO Spadavecchio Chicago Fine and Applied Arts At chitectural Engineering A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. Herzl Junior College; Wright Junior Col- lege ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Eugene John Spannenderg Chicag Physical Education Physical Education Newman Hall Phi Epsilon Kappa; Varsity Baseball SquaJ (3.4); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad Gamma Delta Wright Junior College 180 iiSui Anthony Spata Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences j French , Barton House Navy Pier Extension of the University of I Illinois 1 Arthur Judson Spaulding Mendota Liberal Arts and Sciences International Affairs Ten-O-One Club Evanstun Collegiate Institute RrtHARD Lanphebe Speer Kirkuood Agriculture General Agriculture Illinois Agriculturist (3, 4) ; Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) Miinmouth College Guy Thomas Spencer Roodhouse Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry V.M.C.A. (2) Shurtleff College Kent Fielden Spencer Salem Commerce Management Theta Delta Chi Y.M.C.A. (4); Combat -Defense Club ; Ac- countancy Club ; Society for the Advancement of Management Thomas Spencer, Jr Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A. I. A.: A.S.C.E. Honors Day ( 1 ) Carl Mike Spiboff Madison Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Wii.LH.M Truman Spooler. .Jefferson, Wis. Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescent; Scarab; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (I.2 ; House President (4); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2); First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regtment ; Phalanx Robert Carl Springhorn Genera Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma Honors Day ( 1 ) HPNRV JiROMI- SlAtHOWsKI Chldlgo Engint ' crinK Aeronautkiil EngintcrinR Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illlll. ' IS SiDNFV Marvin Stai i-oru Chicago f " ommercc Accountiincy Esquire Club Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club; Mark- cling Club; Junior Chamber of Commerce Wniiht Junior College RHhA StACNER Ch inift.l i ' ! Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls llhni Ifnion Council (■ ); lUini Union Com- mittee (5) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) Oberhn College Marjorie Ann Stamm Tyler, Tex. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sptinish Alpha Epsilon Phi Phi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; The Illio (1); Iliini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1 ; Hillcl Foundation Student Council (-, 3) Honors Day (1, 2, 3) : University of Illinois Scholarship Key Harold Arthur Stance O ik P.nk Commerce Marketing Brewery House Varsity Baseball Squad (1.3,4). Letter (I. 3) ; Marketing Club Roger Earl Stangeland XCiiuconJa Liberal Arts and Sciences History Honors Day (3) Carleton College John William Stanley Vrbimu Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Phi Eta Sigma ; Omega Beta Pi Honors Day ( 1 ) Jill Patricia Staran Chicti o Liberal Arts and Sciences French Chi Omega Pi Delta Phi; Iliini Union Committee (2. 3) : Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; Campus Chest (3) ; Terrapin (2. 3) ; Newman Foundation (2, 3. 4) ; Soph- omore Cotillion Committee ; French Club Clarke College William Henning Stark Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois K c:harl!-s John Statihek Piirk RuIkv Liberal Arts and Sciences History Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of New Mexico ; We stminster Col- lege ; Northwestern University; Navy Pier Ex- tension of the University of Illinois Jo r Armne Stauthammer Pckin Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Pill Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Alpha Kappa Delta ; Psi Chi Honors Day (1. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Andrew Stecyk dtlumet City Division of Special Services Speech Moore Hal! WILL (4) ; Illini Forensic Association HrRBERT Sage Steefens Agriculture General Agriculture Medea Lodge Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow Mcl.c. Harold Gus Stein Chicago Commerce Marketing Delta Sigma Pi Accountancy Club; Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Arkansas Agriculture and Mechanical Col- lege ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Herman Hal Stein.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Noble House A.C.S. Honors Day (2, 3) Navy Pier Extensifjn of the Lfniversity of Illinois Jamfs Stanley Stein Ihhana Engineering Cnil Engineering Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. H mors Day (1. 3) Allan Richard Steinberg Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Law Tau Epsilon Phi Interfraternity Council {21 Dwio Eli Steinberg Granite City Division of Special Services English and Sociology Clark House House President (3); Hoof and Horn Club: Marketing Club Southern Illinois Universitj- 181 Harrilt June Steinberg Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls mini Union Committee (4) ; University Chorus (-1) Wright Junior College; Illinois Institute of Technology Marii YN Smith Steinbrecher Carmi Liberal Arts and Sciences m English . S Alpha Omicron Pi Jm VAV.C.A. Committee (3 W IS. DePauw University ; Northwestern Univer- sity ' William Edward Steinbrecher, Jr. Agriculture Floriculture Alphj Sigma Phi Floriculture Club Llniversity of Chicago Edgar Herman Stelter Tinley Park Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3) John Francis Stengel Decatur Commerce Accountancy Phi Kappa Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Interfra- ternity Council (2) ; House President (3) Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key H.ARRV Delos Stephens, Jr.. .Bristol, Conn. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. University of Connecticut I John W ' illoughby Stephens Benton Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Sigma Phi Delta M.I.S. Honors Day (2) Frances Elizabeth Sterlisg. . .Bloomington Agriculture Home Economics Kappa Delta mini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Campus Chest (3) MacMurray College; Illinois State Normal University Morton Alvin Sternberg Chicago Commerce Accountancy Stagger Inn M.I. A. Executive Council (3, 4) ; Intramural Council (3, 4) ; Bait and Fly Casting Club 182 Hfrbert Lee Sterbett Princeton Fine and Applied Arts Advertising Design Illustrators; Galesburg Alumni Association Honors Day (3) Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Byron Stevens Elmhurst Commerce Marketing Tau Kappa Epsilon Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad ; Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Student Businessmen ' s Association Knnx College Gordon Herbert Stewart Streatham, London, England Engineering Mechanical Engineering Cosmopolitan mini Union Committee (4) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (4) ; Interfraternity Council (4) ; Illi- nois Technograph (4); A.S.C.E. ; A.S.M.E. Cambridge Technical College William Lyle Steilow Skokie Agriculture Floriculture Pi Alpha Xi ; Agriculture Club; Floriculture Club Northwestern University Wilbur Dale Stites Princeton Division of Special Services Journalism Bait and Fly Casting Club Honors Day (3) Edward Collier Stivers Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment Honors Day (2) John Marshal St. John Rockford Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Granada Club A.F.S. ; M.I.S. Joan Lucille Stockdale Alton Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alpha Chi Omega mini Union Committee (1); Women ' s Glee Club (I. 2) Donald Julian Stone Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. (4) Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Hiad George William Stone Pittifitid Agriculture Gintr.il ARriLultun- Agrituiiur.il Economics Club; Agricultuu- jEssr RonrRT Stone Mi fort Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi Sigma Tuu ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma : Eta Kappa Nu ; House President { U ; A.I.E.E.R.I.E. Honors Day (2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Joyce Helen Stone Springftvhl Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Delta Zeta Shl-Ai ; Illini Union Committee (M ; Campu?; Chest (2) ; House President (2) ; Illini Insur- ance Society Daniel Stookfv Harr ' nlout. Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design Delta Upsilon Michigan State College Donald Franklin Storm Gays Law Law Alpha Kappa Psi ; German Club; Junior Bar Association Honors Day (2 ) James Rav Stoffer Sterling Agriculture Animal Science Agriculture Club ; Galesburg Alumni Associa- tion ; German Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Poultry Science Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois William Charles Strader Danv ille Division of Special Services A chitecture Illini Union Committee (3) ; Campus Chest (2, 3, 4) : A. I. A. ; American Legion Post No. 909 ED x ARD Streeter Chicago Commerce Marketing Theta Xi mini Insurance Society; Marketing Club Edward Streed ..« tttikegiin Engineering C.nil Engineering Delta Chi . ■ Chi Hpsilon: A.S.C.E. ■ f " i Naomi SiiuM ' Tlr Kankakee Commerce Management Ciamma Phi Beta lousiness Manager, The Illio ; Mortar Board ; Ihe Illio (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee Honors Day (2) [ioNAi.n [■ ! w r ' Strohde(.k Shipman Engineering Meihanical Engineering Pill Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.M.E. Western Illinois State College James Milton Stuart Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club .Danville James Dale Stuckey Piper City Agriculture General Agriculture Sigma Chi Alpha Zeta ; Agriculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club Illinois Wesleyan University Jack Richard Stlebe Danville Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club Lucille Mandel Stuenkel Hinsdale Agriculture Home Economics Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Campus Chest (3) ; Gamma Delta; Hume Ec- onomics Club Lyons Township Junior College tiiRALD Starnfr Stuff Di. Agriculture ' Dairy Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Alpha Zeta; Chi Gamma Iota ecutive Council (2) ; Illinois (4 ) ; Disciples Foundation Student Council (2,3.4) Agricultural Council (3,4); Agri- culture Club; Dairy Production Club; German Club; Hoof and Horn Club Wasiiington Lrniversity M.LA. Ex- Agriculturist jAv Richard Sturm Rockford Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Delta Chi Star and Scroll ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Illini Union Committee (1,2,3); Captain, Army ROTC Regiment; Zeta Sigma Alpha; M.I.S. Honors Day (I, 2. 3) . . .La Fayette Bernard Glen Stutler. Law Law Phi Delta Phi; Agricultural Law Club; Junior Bar Association Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois 183 (B Kfnneth Ephriam Stutler Terre Hautt . ItiJ. Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Indiana State Teachers College David Burford Stutsman NushtilU Law Law Moore Hall Phi Alpha Delta ; Junior Bar Association ; Law Society University of Oklahoma; Washington Uni- versity Charles Vincent Sullivan Chicago Engineering Citil Enginftihig Medea Lodge A.S.C.E. Wright Junior College ; Navy Pier Exttn sion of the University of Illinois James Daniel Sullivan Blue Island Division of Special Services IfiJustrial Adminiitratiofi Lundgren H ouse First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment; Phi Chi Eta Thorton Junior College Don James Sunderlage Elgin Physical Education Physical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon Varsity Basketball Captain; Ma-Wan-Da; Sa- chem; Star and Scroll; Tribe of Illini ; Var- sity Basketball Squad (3), Letter (3); Fresh- man Varsity Squad Donald Edward Sunderlin Peoria Commerce Industrial Administration Delta Upsilon Accountancy Club; A.S.M.E. Phillip Gorden Sunkel Kansas Division of Special Services Journalism L niversity of Colorado ANURr x Grant Sutherland Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. ; I.T.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- ation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Robert Suthfrland. .Lattiencctille Liberal Arts and Sciences Alathematics Football Marching Band (2) ; German Club; Ilhni Insurance Society Y 184 Paul Willis Sl ' therland Laiirencenlle Commerce Commercial Teaching Delta Phi Accountancy Club Vincennes University ; College of Mortuar ' . Science K i i-H Dee Sutherland RushtHle Engineering Ciiil Engineering A.S.C.E. Frank Joseph Svihla, Jr Chicago Agriculture General Agriculture Newman Hall Agriculture Club ; Dairy Production Club ; Poultry Science Club Morton Junior College Nancy Lil Svoboda Chicago Agriculture Home Economics Gamma Phi Beta Bradley University Richard Daniel Svoboda. .. .NiJr j Rrtersiae Agriculture Dairy Technology Theta Kappa Phi Agricultural Council (4) ; Agriculture Club- Dairy Production Club ; Dairy Technology So ciety Michigan State Cidlege Theodore Merryman Swain Vrbau Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Mask and Bauble ; Seabury Founda- tion Student Council (2. 3) Honors Day (2. 3 Imogen Ann S x aney Cicero Liberal Arts and Sciences English Theta Phi Alpha Mundeiein College Armer Martin Swanson Rock ford Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Pi Kappa Alpha Star and Scroll H RRY Arthur Swanson Pari Kidge Division of Special Services Music Plii Kappa Sigma Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Men ' s Glee Club (3) lACQUEl-lNE Kay Swanson Molillf Liberal Arts and Sciences Tejchtr Training in Sacinl Sciencti Beta House Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) ; mini Blackburn Club Blackburn College Louisr AnnLit Swanson Vib.nui Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lecman Lodge mini Union Committee (1.2): Y.W.C.A. Committee (1,2,3.4); Sophomore Cotillion Committee; W.G.S. Ball Committee (11 Naomi Ann S van.son Kiioxvillc Agriculture Home Economics Delta Zeta Women ' s Glee Club (3) Grinncll College; University of Washington Marilyn Ahltne Swartswalter Sidney Commerce Commercial Teaching Beta House Teachers-in-Training Club Edward William S«eetnam, Jr. Chillicolln- Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Alpha Rho Chi Star and Scroll ; A. LA. Honors Day (2) Michigan State College Charles Clements Swensen Chicago Engineering Citil Engineering Chi Psi Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon ; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (2); Tribe of lUini; Varsity Fencing Squad (3.4). Letter (3,4); Captain Army ROTC Regiment ; Pershing Rifles ; Scabbard and Blade; Tau Nu Tau ; A.S.C.E. ; Scimi- tar Honors Day (1. 2) Victor Eugene Svcenson Champa " Engineering Mechanical Engineering Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.ME. . S.A.E. Honors Day (1 ) Kansas State College ; University of Mich- igan ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert William Swerman Waukegan Division of Special Services Jottrnaliim Granada Club Varsity Cross Country Track Squad ( 1 ) ; Foot- Marching Band (1. 2. 3, 4) ; First Regi- mental Band (1.2,3,4); WILL (2,3.4); l.A.S. Honors Day (3) Macomb i i - t Ijsi.r Ssviizi=R, JR Commerce Marketing lllini Insurance Society: Marketing Club Western Illinois State College Kicn- RD SHELDON SwoisKiN Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Tau Epsilon Phi Omega Beta Pi Hi.nnrs Day (1. 2) [osri ' H Lee Svmmonds Hamilton Liberal Arts and Sciences Prc-Medicine Omega Beta Pi Carthage College Paul George Svtsma Lansitji: Engineering Electrical Engineering College Hall lllini Christian Fellowship (3.4); A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Nicholas Szabo Torey Engineering Mining Engineering M.I.S. Springfield Junior College Ldward Charles Szekely Rock hland Liberal Arts and Sciences Hislory Ni)ble House Augustana College; St. Ambrose College l(..siPH Francis Szekely Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lux Mundi A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. Illinois Institute of Technology; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois RfCHARD Edwin Szostek Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Newman Hall A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Alumni Association Michigan State College; Na.vy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois John Burton Swisher Damille Agriculture Anim.tl Science Phi Delta Theta Senior Basketball Manager ; Ma-Wan-Da ; Sa- chem ; Tribe of lllini ; Basketball Manager (2, 3) ; Athletic Council (4) Tm ' " Ray Francis Szymoniak Calumet City Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club 185 KMI ' H NOKMAN TaAKE, Jr UIHu Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Zeta ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club Honors Day (1. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Carroll Mfchael Tabaka Urhtithi Fine an Applied Arts LdinJfcape Architecture Zeta Psi Fine and Applied Arts Society ; Landscape Architecture Society Patricia Webster Tabler Chicigo Library School Sociology Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, -1) : University Chorus (2) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illin! is Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity ut Illinois Winifred Louise Taft Park Forest Journalism Radio The Summit House National Collegiate Players ; lUini Theatre GuUd Cast (4) ; WILL (4) Eau Claire State Teachers " College Henrv Teruo Tanabe Odk Pink Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Phi Eta Sigmj . Alpha Kappa Delta Honors Day 1 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois LaVerne Howard Tarb SpringfieU Engineering Cifil Engineering A.S.C.E. ; I.T.E. Springfield Junior College Albert Russell Tate New Castle, Pa. Commerce M.trkef ng Phi Kappa Psi Ma-Wan-Da ; Sachem ; Tribe of lUini ; Varsity Football Squad (2. 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4) . Freshman Varsity Squad ; Accountancy Club : Marketing Club Donald Ray Tate Homei Agriculture General Agriculture Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn Club Richard Dale Tatman Ftoi. Engineering Electrical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega; Men ' s Glee Club (3) ShurtlcflF College 186 f?l P James Frani is Tavabes RedJick Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E.: I.T.E. Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Barbara Ann Taylor Daniille Journalism Advertising Alpha Chi Omega Gamma Alpha Chi ; Theta Sigma Phi ; The Daily Illini (3. 4) ; Illini Union Committee C) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3 ; W.A.A. (3) Honors Day (2. 3 Bennett Junior College Bradley Bennett Taylor Elmhunt Division of Special Services Landscape Architecture Dilphins (2, 3. 4) ; Landscape Architecture Society; United World Federalists Honors Day (3) Harriet Josephine Taylor... 5 . Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Y.W.C.A. Committee (3.4); Gamma Delta; Spanish Club Stowe Teacher ' s College Robert Eugene Taylor Physical Education Physical Education .Philo William John Taylor Chicago Commerce Aiarketing and Management Acacia Alpha Kappa Psi ; Marketing Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois H RvrY Teitelbaum Chicago Architecture Architectural Engineering Noble House A.t.A. ; A.S.C.E. ; Fine and Applied Arts So- ciety James McGuffin Terrill Normal Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Dornoch Philosophy Discussion Club Illinois State Normal University Dorothy An.n Textor Chicago Journalism Advertising Buscy Hall Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (I) ; Illini Theatre Guild Produc- tion Staff (1.2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1. 2) ; University Chorus (1) ; McKinley Foun- dation Student Council (3, 4) John Hiair Thacktray Mc iih Apriculturc ■. »■» M.ituiRetnetit Sachem: Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. Board of Dir- ectors (4) : Y.M.C.A. ( abinet (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (I. 2. 3) ; Student Religious Coun- cil (I) ; Apricultvir.il Economics (Mub ; Ag- riculture f liib Iris Thai i ChkuRo Education Hlc m enii ry Edit cit on I.inci ln A enue Residence Halls Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Tcachers-m- Training; ( inb Navy Pitf Extensi.)ii ..[ the University of Illinois Carolyn ]r. Tm urir D nii lt- Agriculture Home Bcotiomhi Delta Oamma Phi Upsilon Omicron ; lllini Union Committee (1. 2) : Y.W ' .C.A. Committee (1. 2) ; Campus Chest (2 ( ; Panhelienic Executive Council 3) ; House President (4) ; WILL (1) ; Home Economics Club Don Ml) f HAHLEs Thiemann Chicago ( -ommerce Manafi,em€nt Navy PicT Alumni Association ; Society for the Advancement of Management Navy Pier Extension ol the L ' niversitv ot lUin- is Lea ( ollins Thoeming Monis Liberal Arts and Sciences Evan Hal! Sigma Delta Pi; Illmi Union Committee (2. 5.4); Ilhni Theatre Guild Production Staff (l) ; Y. iX .A. Committee (1) ; Spanish ( lub Carot Herrick Thomas C ?amp.i gn Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correctit n Kappa Alpha Theta Editor. The Illio ; Mortar Board ; Torch ; Zeta Phi Eta: The Illio (2,3.4); Illini Union Committee (2. 3) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; French Club Honors Day (2. 3) Monticelli. College JamP ' ; VC ' f lfy Thomas Ban ngion Commerce Lambda ( hi Alpha Marketing Club Culver- Stockton College Joan Lydia Thomas Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Sherwodd Lodge German Club Wilsnn Junior College Mari.fnf Heloise Thomas Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences French Delta Sigma Theta French Club; German Club S RosENtAH ' Thomas Greenville Education English Huscy Hall Ml lilt Forensic Association Greenville College NX ' iLi.iAM HiLiiARD Thomas CreenvHU Commerce Marketing Alpha Kappa Lambda lltini L nion Committee (5, 4) ; Campus Chest (3) ; M.irketing Club Green illc College AittfRT Edward Thompson Oak Patk Engineering Mechanical Engineering Illmi Union Cnmmittee (3,4); A.S.M.E. f HARLEs Lfsttb THOMPSON Rock Islanti Engineering Civil Engineering Genevieve Bischoff Thompso? .Champaign Agriculture Home Economics IH House HrxRV Matthew Thompson Cambridge, W ii Divisii n of Special Services Marketing I.A.S. ; Marketing Club !o«u State College [oHN Arthur Thompson. ir jg of; Heights Engineering General Engineering Barton House A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois John Manville Thompson. . .Elizahethtown Liberal Arts and Sciences English Colonial Arms Southern Illinois University Lv.NX DotGLAs Thompson Palatine Engineering General Engineering H tnors Day (2 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 187 • 7 Mary Breese Thompson... Education English .YorktiUe Raymond Sidney Thompson Ittdiamipoiis, InJ. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Design Theta Chi Director, Department of Entertainment. Illini Union; Illini Union Board (4) ; Illini Union Council (3) : Illini Union Committee (2. 3) Robert Emil Thompson Blue IsLmJ Division of Special Services Marketing Alpha Delta Sigma ; Marketing Club Nj 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Roy Thompson Ottana Engineering Ceramics Vincent Edward Thompson. . . .Champaign Law Law Tara Hall Delta Sigma Rho ; Delta Theta Phi; Illini Union Committee (2) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1); American Legion Post No. 909; Illini Forensic Association; Junior Bar Associ- ation Aurora College Wayne Francis Thompson Arlington Heights Agriculture General Agriculture Noble House Phi Eta Sigma ; Agricultural Economics Club ; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (1. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Illinois State Normal University Harold LeRoy Throop Chicago Commerce Commercial Teaching Chi Psi Illini Union Committee (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (3. 4) ; Accountancy Club Navy Pier Activities: University Dance Committee Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Fred Cari. Thorp Clinton Agriculture Agricultural Science Colonial Arms House President (4); Agricultural Council; Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow Eugene Joseph Thorman, Jr... Wood Riter Engineering Electrical Engineering Shurtleff College .. M0M •i -;.- 188 Thomas Carson Tieabney Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Richard Gene Tiffany Decatur Engineering Elfctric.il Engineering A I.E.E.I.R.E. Margaret Robinson Tillitt Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Shorter Board ; Torch ; Alpha Chron ; The niio (1); YAV.C.A. Cabinet (2,3); Y.W. C.A. Committee (I); W.G.S. Executive Council (3) Honors Day (2. 3) JoANN Elizabeth Tilroc Chicago Education Social Studjt-i Vanlig House President (4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- LiJtion ; Teachers-in-Training Club Navy Pier Activities: Orchesis ; Student ( tmgress Honors Day (3,4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key Nav7 Pier Extensiim of the University of Illinois Robert Frederick Timm, ]Vi. .Highland Park Acriculture Agricultural Marketing II Tticulture Club Colorado A. and M. Melvin Lyn Timmons London Mills Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Geography Marketing Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Edw , rd Morga.n Tink Springfield Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3. 3) Springfield Junior College; Bob Jon es Uni- ■ ersity Armol ' r Harding Titi;s, Jr Rockjord Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design Delta Sigma Phi Hi use President (4) Bernhard Charles Tjarkse.v. Jb Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering A.I.Ch.E. Bradley University i ' KisciiiA It N TiiM Chicaao I ' inc and Applied Arts Bi.scv H..11 Edward jami;s Tomi:ni;nda[ Lombani Engineering Mechttniciil Engineering Culver-Stockton College Henrietta Tomlin Pleafuttt PLii Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speed? Pi -Beta Phi Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (2 Illini Forensic Association Monticello CoHege Margery Belle Tompkins Bloom ngton Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Pi Beta Phi The Illio (2( : Illini Union Committee [2) : Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3.4); Y.W.C.A. Com- mittee (2. 3, 4) ; Sophomore Cotillion Com- mittee; Illi-Sota Stephens Cnjlege Margarft Patricia Tomsa Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls W.A.A. (1.2.3.4); Navy Pier Alunim As- sociation ; Spanish Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Marilyn jpan Toombs O.ik P.nk Education Elementary Ediicatit n Kappa Alpha Theta Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (3) . WILL (3) Colorado Women ' s College Robert Bernard Toppmeyer Deer Pl,tin Engineering Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.r.E.E.-r.R.E. Honors Day (3, 4) Pennsylvania State College Barbara Ann Tourek Bertvyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Biology Education Theta Phi Alpha Rosary College Allen Soloman Torbeck Engineering Citil Engineeung Moore Hall A.S.C.E. . Vandjlia J loRw All) Harold Torgersen Lombard Fine and Applied Arts Atchitectural Engnjcvring Harmony House Gargoyle: Sigma Tau; A.l.A. ; A.S.C.E. Hinors Day (3) North Central College; lllin is Institute of Technology A II an Tornello Chicago Education Education Theta Upsilon Torch; Shi-Ai ; Mask and Bauble; Illini t_Inion Committee (1, 2) ; Illini Theatre Guild Man.igcr (3, 3. 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1.2); Campus Chest (1) ; WILL (1) Kenneth Lyle Toy Da Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Spanish Club Roger Rountree Trapp Taylorville Engineering Electrical Erigineeritig Alpha Phi Omega; A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. Robert Wilbur Trares Edwards lille Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Leopold John Treciokas Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology University of Tubingen, Germany ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Herbert Eugene Trenning Tinley Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-La ' v Moore Hal! Phi Alpha Delta; Junior Bar Association; Law Society Calvin College Fred Hans Tredte Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering Triangle A.S.C.E. ; mini Blackburn Club Blackburn University Walter Harry Triebel Homewood Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Flagg House A.I.Ch.E. Cornell University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ■ 189 Ift mA John Raymond Tripi Chiaigo Commerce InJuitridl Adminislriitiofi Nuble House Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Wright Junior College ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Rov HrRMAN Trognitz Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. : S.A.E. Navy Pier Extension of the Universitj ' of Illinois Edwin Stanley Troscinski Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering Newman Hall Phi Eta Sigma; Varsity Baseball Squad (5): University Chorus (4) ; A.I.Ch.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Donald Theodore Trolipis Mendot.i Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby -Junior College Paul La Rue Trovillion, Jr BiownfieU Agriculture Hofticultute Baptist Foundation Student Council (3) Murray State College Casimir Thomas Trovanowski. Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Mort in Junior College Harry Trychta Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Club Topper Chi Gamma Iota ; Phi Epsilon Kappa Honors Day (I, 3) Navy Pier Extension of the Uni ersity of Illinois Waiter John Tudor Park Ric Engineering Citil Engineering The Mansion Varsity Wrestling Squad (3,4); A.S C.E. James Millikin University Wii.iiAM TuiNENGA Blue Island Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Thornton Junior College 0 K ' . 190 Mn DHLD Edith Tupper Joliet Physical Education Physical Education Evans Hall Shorter Board; Alpha Sigma Nu ; W.A.A. Board (3) : Major I (3) ; W.A.A. (2. 3. 4) ; University Chorus (2) ; Physical Education Majors Club Joliet Junior College; Drake L ' niversity Alan Murry Turner Chicago Education Psychology Flagg House Alpha Phi Omega; Psi Chi; The Daily IllinI )2. 3. -1); M.I. A. Executive Council (3, ■ ) ; Mait)r. Army ROTC Regiment ; Military Council; Phalanx; Phi Chi Eta; Philosophy Discussion Club Harold Eugene Turner Bt ui tistown Commerce Aiarketing Alpha Delta Sigma ; Marketing Club L ' niversity of New Mexico Michael Eugene Turner. Indianapolis, hid. Commerce Marketing Phi Sigma Kappa President of Inter- Fraternity Council ; Ma- Wan-Da ; Skull and Crescent . Illini L nion Board (3) ; Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4) ; Interfraternity Council (I, 2. 3. 4) ; Student Senate (3. 4) ; Committee on Student Affairs 141; Chairman AGI Political Party; Fresh- man Varsity Football Squad ; Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (41; Ac- c ' luntancy Cl ub ; Illini Insurance Society ; Marketing Club Nrii.TE Marie Turner Hefnon Agriculture Home Economics Education Alpha Phi Home Economics Club Wanda Fugate Turner Biounstoun Commerce Management and Marketing Phi Chi Theta ; Marketing Club Honors Day (3) University of New Mexico Nancy Anne Turney Chicago Journalism Advertising Delta Delta Delta The Daily Illini (I) ; Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3 ; Campus Chest (2) ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee Lowell DeVkrf Twitchell.Kc wwiyci; Wy. Commerce Personnel Management Alpha Kappa Psi ; Cadet First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment; Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement of Management Soutliern Illinois University Mary Susan Twomcy Dantille Journalism Advertising Kappa Kappa Gamma Gamma Alpha Chi (4) ; Illini Union Com- mittee (1.2) St, i;iry ' s i f Notre Dame Marvin CuBTii Tyler Auiou Engineering Mechaniidl Engintt)infi Aurora College Gerald Gvcinn Udstuen ChicaRo Division of Special Services Marketing Alpha Delta Phi Wright Junior CtWlege; Northwestern Uni- versity GFORGI- IsAMli UjlIYE Ch ' tCiIRO Engineering Ciiil Engineering I lark House A.SX.E. Wright College; Illinois Institute of Tech- nology; University of California at los An gelcs Jack Donald Ullman ChicaRo Engineering Engineering Physics lUini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Illinois Tcch- n. .graph (3. 4) Honors Day (3) Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pitr Extension of the University of Illinois William James Ullrich Ott.mut Engineering Electrical Engineering Newman Hall University Chorus (3); Newman Foundation Student Council (3. 4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Northwestern University RoBFRT Earl Ulrich. . .Cd 7f Girardeau, Ma. Commerce Marketing Alpha Kappa Psi ; Gamma Delta; Marketing (luh Southeast Missouri State College Donald McKinley Underwood. .. .Frecpoit Engineering Civil Engineering Utah State College; Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Irv;ix William Uxger Oak Paik Division of Special Services Advertifing Newman Hall Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily lUmi (4) Jo-Ann Elizabeth Unsell Harrisbmg Agriculture Home Economics Alpha Phi Stephens College h Wii i.iAM John UnilriUvRg, Jr LomharJ Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Triangle Star and Scroll; M.I.S. Illinois Institute of Technology lATRrrr George Uphoff Benson Education Biological Science ' .M.C.A. Cabinet (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (1, 2) ; Campus Chest (1, 3) ; Student Religious Council (2) ; Lutheran Student Foundation Student C!nunci! (2 ) FioRENti Yvonne Ure Duluih. Minn. Commerce Personnel Administration Linctiln Avenue Residence Halls Phi f:hi Theta; Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Trader (5t University of Minnesota Allan Lincoln Utech Rockpoil Agriculture Teacher Training in Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education ( lub ; Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club Honors Day (3) Illinois State Normal University Btrnard Richard Uttich Villa Paik Engineering Elect} teal Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Gordon Uvttebrouck Brook field Liberal Arts and Sciences French University of Paris ; Navy Pier Extensiim of the University of Illinois Viola Vaiiulonis Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Evans Hall lUini Union Committee (3,4); Figure Skat- ing Club Morgan Park Junior College Richard Wheeler Valentine Chicago Engineering Communication A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Nancy Vern Van Ber.schot Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Pi Beta Phi Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) Monmouth College 191 Fred Mathis Vance Fort Worth, Tex. Commerce Markt-ttrig Four Columns Delta Sigma Pi ; Junior Chamber of Com- merce ; Marketing Club Pal ' L Andrew Vance, Jr. Columbia City, bid. Engineering Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau : Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Epsi- lon; Concert Band (I, 2, 3. 4) ; Football Marching Band (I. 2. 3. 4) ; University Orch- estra (2,5.4); Repertory Orchestra (1); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1. 2, M ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Joan- Mary Van de Steeg Rockjonl Liberal Arts and Sciences English Alph.i Xi Delta Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee (1. 2. 3) ; Sophomore Cotillion Committee Honors Day (I) Milton VanDuser Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Medicine College Hall Omega Beta Pi Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Robert Freeman Van Loon Olivet Commerce Accountancy Beta Alpha Psi ; Commerce Council (4 ; Ac- countancy Club RuDDiE Venturoni W he iiton Commerce Management Galesburg Alumni Association ; Marketing Club Galesburg Extension of the LTniversity of Illinois 1 i 1 m Ahnold Joseph Viere Edwardsrille Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu : A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Washington University; Quincy College RTr J Merle Vigon Chicago Commerce Marketing Phi Sigma Delta Campus Chest (4) ; Marketing Club; Na ' y Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Activities: Drum Major; Varsity Baseball Squad (2) Navy Pier Extension of the Universitj ' of Illinois John Craig Vingren Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Industrial Design Illustrators H mors Day (2,3) Wright College ; Valparaiso University Nick Robert Virgilio Chicago Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. ; I.T.E. ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- ation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois SrvMOUR David Vishnv Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Amer ican Society for Public Administration ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Honors Day (1 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Mildred Anna Vitek Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; W.A.A. (4) Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Andrew Vfrkade Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. Morgan Park Junior College ; Purdue Uni- versity ; Illinois Institute of Technology Charles Candler V " ial Downers Grove Agriculture General Agriculture Delta Upsilon Varsity 150 Pound Football Squad (2) ; Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; Agriculture ( lub; Hoof and Horn Club Robert Edward Vick Springfielii Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Triangle University of Cincinnati ; Springfield Junior College 192 Jos eph Emil Vizek Chicago. Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Chemistry Bastille House President (4) Wright Junior College : Galesburg Exten- sion of the University of Illinois Louis George Vock, Jr Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Na 7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Richard Arthur Vogel Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. Wilson Junior College . Chicago CHARLOl l[ tMMA VoGT DcCttlil Agriculture Hotrtc Economics Zcta Tau Alpha Manapcr ol Properties, lllini Theatre GuiUl ; Shorter Board; Mask and Bauble; lUini Thea- tre Guild Manager (2.3.4); Y.W.C.A. Conimitttc ( 1 1 Wii 1 i. M John Vohaska lOti- ' snh ' Physical Education Pbysicitl Education Phi Kappa Psi Varsity Football Captain ; Ma-Wan-Da ; Sa- chem ; Skull and Crescent; Tomahawk; Tribe of lllini: Varsity Football Squad (3). Letter (3); Freshman Varsity Squad (1); Varsity Wrestline Squad (3). Letter (3); Freshman Varsity Squad ( 1 ) Mabv tiiZABfTH VonFossen Mdconih Liberal Arts and Sciences Biicrcriology Pi Beta Phi Micro-Tech Club Kn x College Joseph Arthur Vrdoljak Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Sigma Alpha Epsilon First Lieutenant. Army ROTC Regiment ; Phalanx ; A.LCh.E. ; American Legion Post No. 909 ; German Club Michigan State College ; University of Ari- zona Ghorgf Vriend Chicago Engineering Agricultural Engineering A.S.A.E. Missouri Valley College HiRNARi) Altfn Wahu; Evanston Division of Special Services M,irkcting and Management Psi Upsilon Iriterfraternity Council (1.2. 3. -l): Market- ing (!lub ( ARi. RonERT Wahlen Chicago Engineering Cwil Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2, 31 ; A.S.C.E. Michigan State College Marvin Wavnt Wahls Chenoa Commerce C- " nmercial Teaching Galesburg Alumni Association ; Teachers-m- Training Club Galesburg Exten sion of the University of Illinois Suzanne Marie Wahlstrom Uockfotd Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Delta Sigma Rho ; Illinois Technograph (4) ; lllini Christian Fellowship (4l; lllini For- ensic Association Wheaton College Wilbur James Walck Galesburg Commerce Accountancy Accountancy Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Dorothy Margaret Vucha Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Busey Hall Wright Junior College; Macalester College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Edward John Waldhans Beiwyn Commerce Marketing Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Hl-RMAN GUSTAV Waarich, Jr Chicago Commerce Management Zeta Psi Skull and Crescent: Tribe of lllini (4) ; Var- sity Track Squad (2.3.4). Letter (2.3.4); Captain. Air Force Wing; Arnold Society of Air Cadets: Pershing Rifles Eugene Gail Wagenecht Morrison Engineering Mechanical Engineering Camelot Club A.S.M.E. Carl Richard Wagner Dixon Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Gargoyle; Scarab; A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society; German Club Honors Day (2) Pennsylvania State College lirA. Eugene Walding Chicago Engineering Electiicdl Engineering A.LE.E.-I.R.E. Purdue University; Wright Junior College John Albert Walker Robbins Physical Education Physical Education Tribe of lllini (2,3,4); Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Varsity Football Squad (2, 3. 4) : Varsity Track Squad (2-. 3. 4), Letter (2. 3.4) Marvin Lerov Walker Paioka Division of Special Services Geology Cyclothem Club 193 Wii.BUR LrE Walker. Carthage Engineering Cirii Enghieerhis A.S.C.E. Carthage College George Crawford Wallace Vrbana Engineering Civil Engineering Beta Theta Pi Sigma Tau ; Chi Epsilnn ; Y.M.C.A. Cnm- miHce (2) : A.S.C.E. Honors Day (2. 3) Walter A. ron Wallman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Luruigren Hnuse Omega Beta Pi ; German Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Extension ■ { the University of Illinois HAR rv Arvid Wallskog VCestchester Engineering Aefotiiiiitical Engineering A.S.M.E. ; I.A.S. Honors Day (2 ) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Euw ARD JosFPH Walsky Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Indiatnal Design Illustrators; Fine and Applied Arts Society Art Institute of Chicago ; Wilson Junior College Charles Robert Walter Watfcka Engineering Engineering Phytic i Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1. 2. 3) ; University ot Illinois Scholarship Key Gaiesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Ki NNETH Donald Walter Alton Liberal Arts and Sciences ChemiJtiy Triangle Phi Eta Sigma; Football Marching Band (2, 3.4); First Regimental Band (2.3.4); Se- cond Regimental Band (1 ) ; A.C.S. : A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day ( 1 I William Norman Walter Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Anthropology Lundgren H,)use Varsity Swimming Squad (3. 4) ; Dolphins (4) ; Cyclothem Club; Navy Pier Alumni As- sociation Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Albirt Rqllo Walters Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineeiing A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; International Relations Club North Park College 194 Mabel Holland Walters Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science International Relations Club Ni rth Park College Jacqueline Jule Walz Eajt St. Louh Education Atathematics Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls House President (4) Belleville Junior College RtcHARD Joseph Wanderski Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Club Topper Varsity Baseball Squad (3) ; Industrial Edu- cation Society Robert Frederick Wank Montgomery Commerce Accountancy Alky-Hall Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club LiovD Arthur Ward Rockjord Engineering Electrical Engineering Chi Gamma Iota; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (1) Shfrwyn Eugene Warren Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Lundgren House Omega Beta Pi ; Intercollegiate Zionist Feder- ation ; Navy pjer Alumni Association Roosevelt College ; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Alfred Cornelius Warrick Marseilles Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College Frank Gwinn Warrick Streator Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; Football Marching Band (2, 3 1 ; First Regimental Band (2. 3) ; A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. Hmors Day (2) Ki iH A.nn W ' arshaw Chicago Education Elementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls W.A.A. (1. 2. 3,4) : Navy Pier Alumni As- sociation Navy Pier Extension of the University ol Illinois Shkidon Wa sskrman Chicigo Commerce AccoHntttmy I.und ;rtn House Accountancy Club; lllini Insurance Society: M-irkcting Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- tion Honors Day Ct Navy Pier lixtciiMon nt the University of Illinois LUTRFLI.F Paul WASSMANN.C7; C. g ' y Wi ; ' J Fine and Applied Arts IftJuilrial Deitjiti Iheta Xi lllustrat.irs; lllini Union Committee (-) H.tn.rs Day (3) James Cutter Watson SfTinafitU Engineering Arrofianlicdl Engitjeeritig Zcta Psi lllini Union Committee (4) ; House Presi- dent (4); Glider Club. I.A.S. i Rifle and Pistol Club James Leonard Watson Cuntoti Liberal Arts and Sciences Bactt-rioingy International Students Cooperative Hampton Institute: Galesburg Extension uf the University ot Illinnis LA X ' RE ■CE Lovell Watson Monrriot th Engineering Agrichtittrttl Engineering Ilhco Y.M.C.A. Committee (21: A.S.A.E. Donald Dean Weaver juhuiuniiHe Liberal Arts and Sciences Chcmistiy La Coterie American Legion Post Nu. 909 : lllini Masonic Club Hm .rs Day U. 2. 3) Harr - Ross Wfaver Nettbiifgh. N.Y. Engineering Electrical Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Eta Kappa Nu ; A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (3) ««Mi KdHiRi Lowii L WrDER Chicago Engineering FJcctricat Engineering iViit.iii House Lta Kappa Nu A.I.E.E.-r.R.E. ; Synton Honors Day (3) Wright Junior College BiTiv Ellen Webster Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences English Buscy Hall Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illill.NS Maui HA Jean Webster Touhtn Agriculture hiilitiilional Matiagtmcnl Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls W.A.A. (3, 4) : Home Economics Club Stephens College HovkARD Nichols Wedelstaedt Chicago Commerce MMketmg Photo Chjef. mini Publishing Company; The Daily mini (3. 4) : The Illio (3, 4) ; Market- ing Club Navy Pier Activities: Photography Editor, Pier lllini Williams College, Navy Pier Extension of the L niversity of Illinois Vm t ord Frank Weeks Champaigu Liberal Arts and Sciences Ceology Alpha Kappa Lambda L ' niversity Orchestra (1.2,3.4); Reportory Orchestra (2); Pershing Rifles; Cyclothem Club; German Club Hon )rs Day (2. 3) : University of Illinnis Sell ilarship Key Richard Kr nntth Weerts Peoria Fine and Applied Arts Mitiic Education Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (1,2, 3. 4) ; Football Marching Band (1. 2, 3. 41 : L niversity Orchestra (3.4) Honors Day (2) Elmer Donald Wegner Chicago Engineering Electrical Engau-etins- A.I.E.E.-LR.E. : Navy Pier Alumni Ass .cia- ti.m Wright Junior College ; Navy Pier Exten- sion of tlie I ' niversity of Illinois Bernard Alovsius Weber, Jr Olncy Engineering Mechanical Engineering S.A.E. Masachusetts Institute of Technology- ; East- ern Illinois State College Nellie Mae Weber East St. l.oun Education English Palamar Belleville Junior College Dixir Jean Wehrheim Wilnnite Liberal Arts and Sciences English Sherwood Lodge Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) Culver-Stockton College Donald Dean Weidhuner Greemietv Engineering Alechanical Engineii ing Galesburg Alumni Association; S.A.E. Galesburg Extension of the L niversity of Illinois 195 Deane Arlin Wfihmeib Hopedaie Agriculture Agronomy Delta Phi Interfraternity Council (4) ; Illinois Agricul- turist (-1) ; Pcrsliing Rifles; Agriculture Club. Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club jERONfP Nathan WeinbEiIG Chicago Commerce Accountancy Lundgren House mini Union Committee (2) ; Campus Chest (1) Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Praetorians Lya Weiss Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg and Navy Pier Extensions of the LIniversity of Illinois Marion Dorothy Weiss Chicago Commerce Accountancy Cagle Hall Phi Chi Theta ; Accountancy Club Navy Pier Activities: W.A.A. (1, 2) Honors Day (1,2) Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Norman Philip Weinhouse Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Honors Day (2) Chicago Technical College rs Raymond Bennett Weiss Bronx. N.Y. Journalism Radio Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily lUini (4) ; WILL (3,4); Galesburg Alumni Association Galesburg: Feature Editor, Galesburg lUini Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Howard Bailey Weinper Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Tau Epsilon Phi mini Theatre Guild Manager (3 ) ; A. I. A. ; A.S.C.E. ; Fine and Applied Arts Society ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Leonard Weinstein Peon Commerce Economic Statistics Sigma Alpha Mu ROCHELLE Weinstock Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Speech EKT Club The Daily Illini (I); W.A.A. (1.2,3,4); Hiliel Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4) TiBOR Weisberger Chicago Commerce Accountancy Barton House Accountancy Club Navy Pier Extension of the University of Donald Clement Weiskopf LibertyvilU- Physici! Education Physical Education Varsity Baseball Squad (2) ; Freshman Var- sity Baseball Squad 1J Lloyd Richard Welch . . . .5 " . Ignace, Mtch. Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day (2) Schofield Junior College Robert Eugene Welch Pan.t Agriculture General Agriculture Delta Upsilon Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2.3); Student Religious Council (3); Wesley Foundation Student Council (5 Richard Howard Weldon Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture A. I. A. Honors Day (I) Robert Otto Welk Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Kappa Psi Interfraternity Council (2) ; German Club Harriet Vincent Weller Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Te.ich er Training in English Chi Omega Manager of Scenery Painting, Illini Theatre Guild; Mask and Bauble : Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3. 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) University of Chicago James Herman Weiss Chicago Journalism Advertising Zcta Beta Tau Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4); mini Union Committee (1) 196 fp ' : Phyllis Welsh Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Spanish Pi Beta Phi Manager of Make Up. Illini Theatre Guild; Mortar Board ; Shi-Ai ; Mask and Bauble ; nimi Union Committee (1, 2. 3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2. 3, 4) ; Freshman Frolic Committee Ginrtor William WrLiiiR Chicago Engineering Cntl Erisi ' itering A.SX.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois RliHAHli OAHirtN Wl-NTLAND L.tCutngi ' Commerce AUr kiting Tcn-O-Onc Club Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Grinncll College Pairuia WrNZEL Berkeley, C.iiif. Liberal Arts and Sciences Socioiogy ndta Gamma ShiAi; mini Union Committee (1. 2) ; V.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3. 4) ; YAV.C.A. Com- mittee (11 ; Student Religious Council (2. 5) : Illi-Sota MaIRIAM RoSALEA WERNO«Sh:Y. . . . Agriculture Home Economics EducMton Gamma House Home Economics Club O ikjorJ Thomas Dale Westfall. Law Un Delta Theta Phi M:ilikin L ' niversity .Decatur Warren Keith Wessels Fnirbuty Agriculture Vocational Agricultutf Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education Club ; Agriculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club Illinois State Normal University Randall Allan West Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi President, Student Senate; Ma-Wan-Da ; Sa chem ; Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma, lllini Union Committee (1) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- mittee (1. 2) ; Student Senate (2. 5. 4) ; Com- mittee on Student Affairs (4) ; Freshman Council ; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2) ; Concert Band (2, 3) ; Football Marching Band (1,2.3); First Regimental Band (1); Convocations Committee (2. 31 ; Freshman Frolic Committee; Junior Bar Association Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key William Eugene Westerbeck Sycam " tc Commerce Management Delta Sigma Phi Star and Scroll ; Beta Gamma Sigma ; Zeta Sigma Alpha ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC Regiment Honors Day (2, 3) Raymond Paul Westerdahl Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemiitry Minawa Lodge Phi Lambda Upsilon ; University Chorus (4) ; lllini Christian Fellowship (3. 4) ; French Club ; German Club North Park College Joan Dllores Westcor Oixon Jiiurnalism Advertiiing Kappa Kappa Gamma lllini Theatre Guild Manager (2) ; Mask and IVuible ; Gamma Alpha Chi ; Pershing Rifles KrNT Norwood Wfstratb Oak Park Division of Special Services AJivrtning Kappa Sigma Mtidtrit Statf Manager, lllini Theatre Guild; Ml Wan-Da- Sachem; Alpha Alpha Gamma; Mask and Bauble : National Collegiate Players ; Pierrots; lllini Theatre Guild Manager (2.3. I): lllini Theatre Guild Cast (1,2.3.41. t ampus Chest (2) ; First Lieutenant, Air l-i.rce Wing; Arnold Society of Air Cadets; IVrshing Rifles; Marketing Club MoRRY Wexli-r Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Archilectitrc ( hi Gamma Iota; Gargoyle; A.l.A. Honors Day (2. 3) Evanston Community College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Kit HARD Ellis Whaley Chicago Engineering AeronaNttcal Engineering Tara Hall I.A.S. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Mary Evelyn Wham Central a Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kappa Kappa Gamma President. lllini Union ; Shorter Board ; Torch ; The Daily lllini (1); IHini Union Board (4) ; Ilhni Union Council (3) ; lllini Union Co mmittee (I.2 ; lllini Theatre Guild Pro- duction Staff (1.21; lllini Theatre Guild fast (U; Star Course Manager (2); Stud- ent Senate (4) ; Committee of Student Affairs (41 ■ Coordination Committee (41 ; Men ' s Glee Club (2); Women ' s Glee Club (1): Madrigal Chorus (21; WILL (3); Alumni Association Board (21 James Edward Whelan Bloomington Engineering Mechanical_ Engineering A.S.M.E. Mary Catherinl Wheelan Rock Island Education Elementary Education Delta Gamma lllini Union Committee (2.3); Y.W.C.A. f;..mmittee (2| : Campus Chest (21 Rosary College AiBF.Rr Ray White Chicago Commerce Management and Marketing Junior Chamber of Commerce; Maiketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; Society Inr the Advancement of Management Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Gerald Austin White Riter Forest Agriculture Genet al Agriculti ' ie Pershing Rifles; Agriculture Club; Hoof and H-irn Club H mrs Day (1.3) 197 m Laura JovtE Whitp Toulon Liberal Arts and Sciences Tfttcher Training in Mathemtiticf Gamma House Alpha Chron : Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; W.G.S. Ex- ecutive Council (3) : House President (4) Honors Day (1.2,3); University of Ulinois Scholarship Key Marilyn Ruth White Chtimptiign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Alcestis Illini Union Committee (4) ; W.G.S. Exec- utive Council (3) ; House President (3. 4) ; Choristers (I) ; Social Welfare Administra- tion Club (4) Wavnf Lee Whitehead TuscoLi Agriculture General AgricNlture Y.M.C.A. Committee (1.2); Illinois Agri- culturist (4t; Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow William Franklin Whiteside. .Corf V illey Agriculture Agricultural Science Tara Hall Agriculture Club. Hoof and Horn Club; Illmi Blackburn Club Blackburn College Stanley Edison Whitley O.tkfoid Division of Special Services Art Educatinn Charles Morris Whitmore Oak PaiJk Division of Special Services Economic J Alpha Delta Phi Galesburg Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois Donald Robert Whitnah SpringfieUl Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Lincoln College Michael Perry Whittington Chicayn Engineering Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. Lois Helen Wickham Easi St. Louis Commerce Accounttmcy Lceman Lodge Phi Chi Thcta ; Illini Union Committee (1. 2): Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2); Ac- ctiuntancy Club Hon.irs Day (1.2) 198 y 1 V Leonard Sigurd Wicklund Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Alpha Rho Chi ALA. Romayne Clare Wicklund Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Journalism Graham Lodge Sigma Delta Chi Suzanne Janet Wideman Alton Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Pi Beta Phi Illmi Union Council (4); Illini Union Com- mittee (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); Micro-Tech Club Mnnticcllo College Clyde Lee Wieland Dow Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Browery House German Club Donald Eugene Wiesman. .Alfw iA i, Tenn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Pi Kjppj Alpha Southwestern L niversity Thomas Addison Wigcs Centralia Commerce Accountancy and Management Accountancy Club Centralia Junior College Virgil Cornwell Wikoef Marda Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering AT. A.; A.S.C.E.; Illini Masonic Club Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Josephine Catherine Wilbeb Palestine Agriculture Home Economics Home Economics Ciub ; United World Fed- eralists Eastern Illinois State College; Northwestern University Robert John Wii.bebt Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Painting Alpha Rho Chi Tomahawk: Illustrators; The Daily lilini (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; Interfraternity Council (3. 4) ; Fine and Applied Arts So- ciety Honors Day (I. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Roger Li-w is Wm.branot McHcmy Liberal Arts and Scicnas Kappa Sigma mini Theatre Guild Production StatT ( . -U . Galesburg Alumni Association Galcsburg Activities: WIN! Honors Day (2. 3) Gaicsburfl Kxtt-nsion of the University ol Illinnii Wii.i-iAM Lovi I.I. Wri HUR « Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics University of Wisconsin; Jolitt Junior Ciol- Elmkr DrAN Wilcox Tayioniitf Agriculture Teacher Trtiining in Agt t ili ii Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.t.A. Committee (5. 4) ; Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture Club Honors Day (It Claire Arlene Wildeman Chic.iK " Agriculture Home Economics Chi Omega Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Illini Union Committee (2): mini Theatre Guild Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3.4); Y.W.C.A. Cm- mittee (2) ; Home Economics Club Honors Day ( 3 ) Grinnell College Jerome Morton Wilensky Chic.r n Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Navy Pier Alumni Association Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extensi( n of the University of Illinois Dale Lerov Wilhelm Gieonuiv Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemist} y Galesburg Extension of the LIniversity of Illinois Barry Robert Wilk HighLind P.nk Commerce Accotttitutjcy Phi Epsilon Pi The Illio (1) : Interfraterntty Council (2 1 . Accountancy Club; Marketing Club Elmer Charles Wilkening EviinsvitU- Commerce Accoitntu7}cy Bastille Accountancy Club Robert Glenn Wilkins Rockjoid Division of Special Services Social Sciences Flagg Hiiuse Captain, Air Force Wing; Military Council; Phalanx Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois WllMAM l-Iil.AH Wll KINS Jolict I.ilu-ial Arts and Sciences History Newman Hall liait and Fly Casting Club Jnliet Junior College Donald GroRni-; Willems Minonk Engineering S.inif.iiy nnarncetnii- Camelot C lub House President (-1); A.S.C.E. ; Mu-San Colorado School of Mines BiuNicn Veronica Williams Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pictich Tlieta Phi Alplia Pi Delt;i Phi: Navy Pier Alumni Association College of Saint Teresa; Navy Pier Exten- shm of the LIniversity of Illinois George John Williams Linden. N.J. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering Newman Hall A.S.C.E. Union Junior College ; Bradley University George Roger Williams Pleasant Hill Engineering Electrical Engineeiing Hannib-il-LaGrange College Joan Charlotte Williams Vrbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Kappa Kappa Gamma Associate Business Manager, The lUio; Shoitcr B.ard: Torch; The lUio (1,2.3.4): Illini Univ)n Committee (1, 2) H mors Day (11 Ralph Emerson Williams. Sr iiihfield Agriculture General Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Illinois Agriculturist (1,2); All Ag Field Day Committee (3) ; Agriculture Club; Ho »f and Horn Club; Rural Life Club Rh HARD Dl ' DLEV WILLIAMS Harvcy Engineering Mechanical Engineering Kappa Alpha Psi Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. Thornton Junior College Richard ScHRrvrR Williams. .Ji mm , N.}. Commerce Foreign Trade Theta Delta Chi Senior Track Manager; Ma-Wan-Da; Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily Illini (1); Tribe of mini; Track Manager (2. 3) ; Athletic Coun- cil (41 : Moingwena Honors Day (l, 3) 199 s 6 ' WiLLARD Walter Williams Concoul Engineering Civil Engitieeritig A.S.C.E. Illinois College; Western Illinois Stnte College Arthl r John Williamson W4iLig,i Commerce Alarugement and Marketing Marketing Club; Society for the Advancement i f Management Galesburg Extension of the University ot Illinois Donald Slocum Willoughby PhiLiJelphia, P.i. Education ALit hematics Omega Beta Pi ; Te.ichers-in-Training Club Michigan State College Lois Baker Willoughby. Bj z t- Creek, Mich. Agriculture ■ Home Economics Education Michigan State College Garland Francis Wilson Champaign Commerce Personnel Manag ement and Btnincss Administration GroRor Porter Wilson III. . .Pittsburgh, Pa. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Sigma Alpha Epsilon Honors Day (1) Jams Nadine Wilson Walsek.i Liberal Arts and Sciences English Busey Hall University Chorus (2) Illinois State Normal University Dickinson George Wiltz Pr nceion Commerce P V f Affairs Sigma Chi Alpha Kappa Psi ; The lUio (1.2); Illini Union Board (4) ; Illini Union Committee (4) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; Campus Chest (2) : Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4) ; In- tcrfraternity Council (2. 3, 4) ; Student Sen- ate (3) ; Campus Chest Allocations and Ad- visory Board (2) ; Commerce Council ( . 4) ; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Chamber nf Commerce David Carlisle Wimer Vrhan.i Division of Special Services Chemistry 200 Emerson LaRue Wineman flat Rock Commerce Marketing Sigma Pi Football Marchmg Band (5 ) . Secnd Regi- mental Band (1,2,3); Men ' s Glee Club (I, 2,3); Illini Insurance Society; Illini Ma- sonic Club ; Marketing Club Bertram Stanley Winkler Neu York. N.Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Clark House Pill Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Praetorians Honors Day (1) City College of New York Walter William Winkler Vrbana Physical Educatittn Physical Education Varsity Wrestling Squad (2, 3. 4) ; Freshman Varsity Squad; Major, Army ROTC Regi- ment; Military Council; Pershing Rifies Morton Daniel Winsberg Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Rogers House Galesburg Alumni Association ; Spanish Club Hmors Day (3) Galesburg Extension of the L niversity of Ilhnois George Cecil Winterowd, . .5 . Lottis, Mo. Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Gargiyle; Sigma Tau ; A. I. A. H »nors Day (2.5); University of Illinois Scliolarship Key Blackburn College John Robert Winterkoth Bloomington Engi neering Civil Engineering Phi Gamma Delta ( hi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. ; I.T.E. Honors Day (3) Illinois Wesleyan University Marian Alicia Wirtz McHenry Agriculture Home Economics Education 4-H House W.A.A. (2.3.4); AH Ag Field Day Com- mittee (3. 4) ; Plow Boy Prom Committee ( ) ; Home Economics Club Gail Ruth Wisch Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Sigma Delta Tau The Illio (I); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1.2. 3.4) jAMis Whitcomb Witte Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences English Kane House Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of lllmi.is Barbara W ' i 1 1 Pleasant Plains Education Social Studies Pi BeU Phi Mortar Board; The Daily Illini (2, 3) ; House President (3. -O Stephens College Lois Annette Woeltjen Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology McKinlcy Hal! Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Clement LeRov Woest Rock IslanJ Engineering Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. St. Ambrttse College Harry Joseph Vo;cik Chicago Engineering Electrical Engineering Annex Hall A.I.E.E. ; Bait and Fly Casting Club; Illini Forensic Association Alliance College Herdebt Alfred Wolf Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Mathematics Alpha Epsilon Pi Illinois Institute of Technology Herbert Sheldon Wolf Chicago Commerce Marketing Alpha Epsiinn Pi Illini Uniim Committee (1); interfraternity Council (2.3); House President (4); Mar- keting Club Margaret Jean Wolf SuUiva Liberal Arts and Sciences Economics Leinad Manor DePauw University Joanne Florence Woltberg South Bend, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in English Delta Phi Epsilon Illini Theatre Guild Production Staff (1. 2) Harold Eugene Wolfe St. Francisville Engineering Mechanical Engineering Noble House A.S.M.E. A MvRA Shirley Wolfe Etauston Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Evans Hall French Club; Philosophy Discussion Club Roosevelt College Edward Wolff Clayton, Mo. Engineering Electrical Engineering I-lagg House Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; United World Federalists Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Ruth Helen Wolff Chicago Education Elementary Education Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Campus Chest (3) Morningside College EvELYNNE Charlotte OLOsniK .. .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Social Studies Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls Campus Chest (1); House President (2); Hillel Foundation Student Council (1) ; Span- ish Club; Teachers-ii;-Training Club John Donald Wolski . . . .Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Four Columns Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M.C.A Committee H) ; University Chorus (4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association Loyola University; Na%7 Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Kathryn Muriel Wolter . . . .Danville Agriculture Home Economics Presbyterian Hall Y.W.C.A. Committee (2.3,4) : McKinley Foundation Student Council (4) Home Eco- numics Club Dann Lynn Wood Benton Division of Special Services Commerce Alpha Tau Omega Bradley University George MacKill Wood Wilmette Commerce Management and Marketing 309 Club Alpha Kappa Psi ; House President (1,3); Student Senate (3); Committee on Student Affairs (3); Class President (2); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (2) ; Accountancy Club; American Legion Post No. 909 ; Illini Insur- ance Society ; Marketing Club ; Students for Democratic Action Raya(ond Woodrow Gn Agriculture General Agriculture Bradley University m Valley 201 (tt Chari.i NT May Woodson Albuquerque, N.Al. Agriculture Homi- Ef ' tiomrcs Presbyterian Hall Mortar B.iard : Torch; Alpha Chron; Alplia Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicrun ; Illim Theatre Guild Clast (1): W.G.S. Executive (i.uncil { ) ; Class Vice-President (1) ; Class Secretary - Treasurer (2) ; Co - Recreational Spjfts Manager (l, 3) ; McKinley Foundation Student Council (2.3.4); Plow Boy Prom Committee (21; Sophomore Cotillion Com- mittee; Home Economics Club Honors Day (1.3) Ernfst Russell Woodward Rock IsLiml Commerce Accountancy Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Kappa Psi ; AcC ' untancy Club Augustana College John Alden Woody Efmgh.tm f!ommerce Account.incy Granada Club MiRMM Workman { jAww.v Fine and Applied Arts A u.uc Eductit ' ion University Orchestra (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Report.)ry Orchestra (1, 2, 3) ; Seabury Foundation Stu- dent Council (3. 4 ) Honors Day (1, 2, 3 ) Lours I,rr Wormax GttU-shufg f ommerce Miirkciitig iind Altinugement lllini Insurance Society William Jashi r W ' orrili V ' unn.i Liberal Arts and Sciences Politicdi Science Clii Phi Skull and (resct-nt; Intcrlraternity Council (2) Leonard Solomon Worth Chtcugo Commerce Marketing Tau Delta Phi mini Llnion Committee (3); lllini Insurance Society; Marketing Club Honors Day (2) Navy Pier Extension oJ the University ot Illinois WiLi aru John Wohth OlUici Fine and Applied Arts Architeciural Engineering Gargoyle; Tau Beta Pi; A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. Honors Day (1, 2. 3) LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College Glenn Douglas Wray Chictigi Physical Education Physical Education Delta Tau Delta Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Student Religious Council (1 ) ; McKinley Foundation Student Coun- cil (1) Illin iis State Normal University 202 m Jfm WvTW Inahfi. Wrk.h I Flossrnoor Liberal Arts an l Sciences French C.amma Phi Beta Ihe Illio (1,2): Ilini Union Board (4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1): Panhellenic Ex- ecutive Council (4 ) ; Class Vice-President (2) ; Freshman Frolic Committee Daniel Edward Wright HmsJale Engineering General Engineering Zeta Psi Football Marching Band (1); A.S.M.E. North Central College Donald Eugene Wright Homen ' ooJ Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Mrcro-Tech Club Thornton Junior College Gwendolyn Louise Wright Alton Agricultuie Home Economics Delta Gamma Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; Terrapin (1. 2) fARTIN Dea Wright DamUte Division of Special Services Social Sttuliti Sigma Phi Epsilon Nancy Louise Wright Cahc i Agriculture ii ' iiue Economics Education Busey Hall lllini Blackburn Club Blackburn College Theodore Otls Wright Gillette, X ' yo. Engineering Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. LIniversity ot Washitigton Ki( HARD August Woleert Paik KiJgc Commerce Matketing Sigma Piii Epsilon Marketing Club H mors Day (1 ) North Park College : Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois KoHf RT Louis Wulfe Chicago Fine and Applied Arts Architecture Purdue University; Navy Pier Extension of the L nivcrsity of Illinois Mrrdi I rvi-Riv Ann VuLLKNwi:ni-R Dix- ti I. literal Arts and Sciences Psycbolofi)- K.ipr-i Alpha Tlict.1 riic lllio (3); mini Thcatie Guild Prudiic- tiou Stalf (M ; Y.W.C.A. Cnmmittff (2) ; Campus Clicst C); I.AS Council (3. i) College ul Saint Teresa Louis JosriMi W ' imuuikh irv r ( D.ilc Engineering Eicctiic.if EnahiferhiR A.r.E.E.-I.R.E. Navy Pier l-xttnsion ot the University of Illinois LioNAUn W ' Aiii n ' vK() vsivi Chicago Engineering M.chiimciil Enstnei ' iing Newman Hall A.S.M.E. : Society for the Advancement nl Management Wright Junior f ollece RofURl Hari, W ' vi.il Dccjth) Engineering .11. ih.iuii.il En nnnifi Theta ( hi I he lllio (II. Intcrfraternity Council (31; hngineeiing C ouncil (2. 5) ; A.S.M.E. ; ( hairman. St. P.u ' s B.ill RoiURT John W vi m ]X ' .tukeg,in ommerce Pti sutnu I M.tn.igt iicnt Pi Kappa Alpha Basketball Manager il) N.rthern Illinois State Teachers ' College JoMPH WVNN Nfir Yo,k. N.V. Journalism Eihffitf.il Zeta Beta Tau Assistant Sports Editor. The Daily Illini ; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (1.2.3. A); Intramural Council (2) Honors Day ( ! ( Columbia Lfnivcrsity Rmiii Yamaku( hi Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cht nitc.tl Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E. Honors Day (1.2,3.4); University of Illi- nois Scholarship Key Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois DwrciHT EufiKNi: Yockev Milmine Agriculture Vmtttion.il Agricult tre Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Economics ( lull ; Agricultural Education Club Honors Day I I ) H nnv Anohiw Voihr. Jr Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Studies Theta Chi ( aptain. Army ROTC Regiment Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Track Squad t. " !) Navy Pier Extension t)f the University of llhnois SHoni.iu Ri York Engineering .Wccbanical Etigniectiug A.S.M.E. ; Glider Club St. Louis University .Hailjonl Hill Jtan YoUNt; Mt. Veinon Engineering Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E. Honors Day (I. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois Scholarship Key Galesburg Evtcnsiou of the University of IlllllulS Hardid OMPiiiiii, Young W ' li iamfl ' oit. Imi. Fine and Applied Arts Architecture 111 Manor Gargoyle ; A. I. A. Honors Day (2. 3) Iniliana Lfniversity Ki NNi TH John Young Chicago Engineering Elcilrical Engineering %.■ Wiir.iAM HwiLAND Young, Jr. E,eet u,t, N.V. Agriculture Agrouoniy Delta Sigma Phi Illini Union Committee (4) ; Illinois Agricul- turist (2, 3. 4) : Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club y» WiiLiAM RoBFRT Yati-S GUndalc. Calif. Journalism Ell ro I lilt Editor. The Daily Illini; Ma-Wan-Da; Sa- chem ; Tomahawk ; Sigma Delta Chi ; The Daily Illini (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4): Y.M.C.A. Committee (1) Walter Stanley Yocius Chicag- Commerce Personml Management Marketing Club: Insurance Club; Society for the Advancement of Management Illinois Institute of Techn»dogy ; Galesburg Extension of the University nf Illinois 1 Ai-BiRT Lath Youngquist Wihnette Liberal Arts and Sciences Teachei Ttaniing in Social Stitdies Galesburg Alumni Association ; Tcacliers-in- Training Club Galesburg and Navy Pier Extensions of the L ' niversity of Illinois Bi vi:Ri.v Rir 1 H Zaiun Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology EKT Club W.A.A. (3,4); Intercollegiate Zionist Fed- eration Wright Junior (College 203 m " P Richard Frederick Zacher Chicago Division of Special Scn-ices Commerce Alpha Delta Phi University of North Dakota. Morgan Park Junior College Richard Joseph Zak Cicero Engineering Metallurgical Engineering M.I.S Morton Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University of Illinois NOREEN Viola Zaks Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Speech Correction Alpha Gamma Delta Mortar Board ; Shi-Ai ; Mask and Bauble Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (1) mini Theatre Guild Manager (2,3); lUin Theatre Guild Board (4) Honors Day (3) Walter Frank Zaleski Cicero Division of Special Services AJrerlijing Sigma Phi Epsilon mini Union Committee (3) ; First Lieuten- ant, Air Force Wing Morton Junior College Rov Frederick Zarbock Wheaton Fine and Applied Arts Architedi ral Engineering Kappa Sigma Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Victor Zavarella Steger Education Social Science Cosmopolitan Phi Eta Sigma Frank Jacob Zeller Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Granada Club mini Christian Fellowship; German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association Navy Pier Extension of the L ' niversity of Illinois James Edward Zervas Port Washington, N.Y. Fine and Applied Arts Architectural Engineering A. I. A. ; A.S.C.E. Purdue University George Zevkovich Chicago Engineering Cii ' ii Engineering A.S.C.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Eugene Lyle Ziegler Vrbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Zoology Delta LIpsilon First Lieutenant. Air Force Wing ; Arnold Society of Air Cadets; Scabbard and Blade :vy ■ ;= : Russell Paul Ziegler Vrbana Fine and Applied Arts Architecture A. I. A. Honors Day (2) Edward Zigman Sterling Commerce Marketing Concert Band (1); Football Marching Band (1) ; Hillel Foundation Student Council (3) ; Illini Forensic Association; Illini Insurance Society ; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation ; Marketing Club Honors Day (3) Augustana College Robert John Zima Chicago Commerce Marketing Delta Sigma Pi Interfraternity Council (4) ; House President (4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Society for the Advancement of Management Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Frederick Norman Zimmerman. . . .Chicago Engineering Aiechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Willy Karl Zimmerman Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Bacteriology Gamma Delta North Park College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Patricia Ann Zimny Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training in Biology Theta Phi Alpha Honors Day (3 College of St. Teresa Lawrence John Zmuda Chicago Engineering Mechanical Engineering Lux Mundi Engineering Council (2) ; A.S.M.E. Galesburg Extension of the University of Illinois Carol Ruth Zornig Homewood Liberal Arts and Sciences Englffh Presbyterian Hall Illini Union Committee (1); House Presi- dent (4) Meryl Jess Zucker.man Chicago Physical Education Physical Education Busey Hail W.A.A. (1,2.3,4); Hillel Foundation Stu- dent Council (1.2) ; Physical Education Maj- ors Club Joseph Frederick Zver Chicago Commerce Management Newman Hall Wright Junior College 204 Bronze Tablet- -1950 The liighcsr schi)lListic lionor iiwrndtd to seniors ;ir the Unix crsitx of Illinois is election to Bronze Tablet. Maintenance of high scholarship through- out an) ' one of the four ears at the Univer- sif - is aw arded 1) College I lonors. A senior w ho has been in the upper three per cent of his class in his respecrixc college during his junior and senior ears fulfills Bronze I abler require- ments. In other words he must ha e receixed junior and Senior Honors. Seniors max also qualify tor Unixersitx Honors if they haxc earned College Honors rxxice and hax ' e maintained a scholastic axerage for their first sexxn semesters equal to or higher than the four-semester axerage of the lox est student recently chosen for L ' nixersity Honors. Transfer students x ho haxe not been at the Universifx for four semesters before graduation may achiexe University Tlonors if their axerage for the past three semesters is equal to or higher than the four-semester axerage of the lowest student currently elected to Bronze Tablet. The axerage of their trans- ferred credits for the xear before they transferred must also be equal to the axerage needed for Uni- xxrsity Honors. A special Unixersitx ' (jf Illinois Scholarship Key is gixen to the recipients of Unixersitx- Honors. Betty Lou Bailey Aldo Balzarini Robert Patrick Bannon Harold Oscar Barthel Roland John Beniamin William Clarence Bennewitz Wallace Arthur Berglund, Jr. Dorothea Brash Bernstein Howard Irving Bernstein Ralph Edward Bower William Clement Boyd Warren Thomas Bridgewater Donald Burt Bringman William Kajnath Brookshier Frazier Kenneth Brown Hugh Needham Brown Mary Louise Burnett Lee Marie Codwell Lillian Toland Call Robert Baker Carlson John Joseph Carroll Rodney Duane Caudle George Maurice Cheniae Francis James Citek John Ray Cline Nolan Cornwell Craver, Jr. Norman James Crum John William Curry James Walter Daanen Duane Douglas Dales William Foley De Boice Jean Bawden Decker Carol Lavern Dinsdole Donald Charles Dittmer Paul Joseph Doebel, Jr. Phyllis Donohoe Lawrence Edward Drone Robert Earl DufF, Jr. James Richard Eiszner William Henry Eiszner, Jr. John W. Ericson Howard Lee Erickson Helen Louise Falkenroth Dale Lee Fieldcamp Fred August Fischer, Jr. James Joseph Fishman Joseph James Fouchard John Henry Frenster Nathalie Julia Furst Barbara Ann Garvey William Norman Georgeson Joan Beth Latowsky Gleason EIroy Edwin Golden Dean Elmer Goldnetz Richard Emmerich Gorozdos Norman Earl Gowin Charles John Graham Millard Joel Grauer Alfred Frank Graves Joseph Julius Green Harold Daniel Guither Gloria Jane Hagaman Helen Jo Hahne Marjory Elise Halvorsen Tom Sherman Hamilton, Jr. Jerome Theodore Hankin Donald Victor Harper Albert Miles Hartman Henry William Hauser Edgar Marion Haverland Stanley Mansfield Haymes Henry Gerhard Hendrickson Robert Howard Herron Robert John Highet Royce Armand Hinton Nick Holonyak, Jr. James Frederick Hood Harold Lester Houck Janice Helen Howard Harold Harvey Hunt Warren Theodore Hunter Harold Jacobson Evert Peter Johnson John Grewe Johnson Thomas Stuart Jones Jack Oakley Kennedy Bernard Kleinman George Edward Koberg Eugene Millard Koch John Leonard Kohlbecker Albert Joseph Kuhn Audrey June LaVerne Larson Robert Leonard Larson Carl Donald Larsson Carold LaFreece Legg Michael Lenard Edward Leon Marvin Leon Samuel David Levenson Robert Hamilton Lewis Stanley Elmer Logan Toflel Thomas Lukasik Robert Botho Mack Gerald Milton Marks Richard Edgar Martin Kenneth Jerome Matlock Robert Edwin McClure John David McCollum William Hughes McCue Frances Claire McElhiney Thomas McLuckie, Jr. Rolland DeLane McMullen Carl Julbert Melin Stanley Earl Metz Hartman Mitchell Rosemary Agnes Morthorst Joseph Trever Mortimer Sidney Phil Moss Arthur Hiroshi Nakota Herbert Erwin Natof Donald Wayne Niewold Alvin Russell Olson Donald Wayne Ommen Raymond Charles Ovresot Daryl M. Papke Robert Richard Phillips Theodore Pierce, Jr. Raymond John Pikna Harold George Poindexter Richard Carr Price Richard Winston Price Richard Eugene Priest Elaine Lucy Raasch Richard Marshall Raemer Benjamin Arthur Rasmusen Walter Duane Reeder Marie Roth Reno Jack Byron Ritter Aloys Reinhard Rueter Robert Leroy Sandburg William Wayne Sanders Constance S. Savat Virgal Leonard Schod William John Scheidemantel Elihu Myron Schimmel John William Schnake Elmer Arthur Scholer Edward William Schwarz Robert Paul Scott Wilford Calvin Shurtleff Neale Richard Skorburg Lawrence Norman Sloan Daniel William Snyder Marcia Jane Spaeth Rosita Stephan John Henry Stevens Virginia Lucile Stewart Kenneth Spencer Storm Donald Albert Straznickas Mary Katherine Strickfoden Lee Alan Sullivan, Jr. Jerome Tenenbaum Ralph William Theobald Paul William Thiede William Robert Thompson Wiley James Tillman Harlan Perry Tripp Robert Fischer Vandenboom Robert George Vanderwater Robert Ernest Vogele Herschel Joseph Wortik Arnold Robert Weber Philip Wayne Wenig Fred Pierce Wilson Harold Martin Wilson Thora Geitel Winakor Margy Jeanette Woodburn Dale Eugene Wright Joan Louise Zagar Barbara Ann Zeiders Marshal Leonard Zissman 205 a CTIVITIES t K X; i.r:W irAui»5f Ma-Wan-Da Mortar Board Rosemary Archibald Georgia Bushnell Kathryn Clark Betty Lou Dean Joyce Drew Jo Eades Patricia Feaster Carol Fries Jvanne Henry Louise Hodam Jean Holtzman Marian Margolin Sheila MacMurray Joan Reeve Naomi Streeter Carol Thomas Phyllis Welsh Barbara Witty Charlene Woodson Noreen Zaks .209 Sach em (eith Baumann Nuel Belnap Ronald Clark Richard Coleman Lawrence Connolly Dale Curtain John Duewer Oscar Ehrenberg Donald Folk Mack Follmer Kenneth Freeto Garland Fritts Robert Gaschier Nikolai GoncharofF David Gullette William Hohman Milton Jaffee J. Benton Jones John Karros Louis Krontz Lawton Lamb Robert Lauchr Clinton Lewis Gerald Magee Harold McFarland William McLain Lee Miller Allen Mills James Morgan George Nelson William North Thomas Pollard Robert Riggens Richard Rodgers William Schroeder John Shugart Bruce Sidlinger Charles Studley Charles Ulrich Wayne Weber f I orch Tore Lois Binder Donna Bi Donna Christiansen Mary Jane Corrie Shirley Cristil Nancy Denes Shirley Dreuth Frances Falcon Mary Fouts Joann Friede Joann Frisk Martha Garling Martha Gschwendter Nancy Haas Mryna Hale Joyce Heath Marilyn Helm Marilyn Hindsley Ruth Johns Dorothy Jones Virginia Kraabel Lois Kram Sara Lewis Phyllis MacDougaii Rita Martin Patricia Michelman Jean Middlemas Ardis Miller Nancy Neckers Carol Nicholson Marilyn North Mabel Parker Joan Pixley Hollis Rizer Betty Schickedanz Irma Schickedanz Marilyn Schnirring Marilyn Schueler Eunice Sifferd Margaret Simpson Virginia Slater Shirley Smith Lorna Springer Emma Waldschmidt Barbara Williams Katherine Wolcott Bob .Malbry General Manager, Theatre Guild cci rap Don Laz Captain, Varsity Track Sheila Mc.Murray Director of Stiijent-Alininii Relations mini Union iOxioAA. Randall West President, Student Senate Jean Holtzman President, Panliellenic Council Bob Henninger Director oj Dances mini Union Al Sclirader President, Ma-W ' an-Da Sports Editor, Daily IHiiii Qomp John Swisher Senior Basketball Manager Dick Rodgers Associate Editor, IJlio i ijdsAA. Jim iMorgan Circulation Director, Daily llliiii Francine Cohn President, WGS Bill DcW ' itr Senior Baseball Manager Don Sunderlage Captain, Varsity Baskethall caftnlp Howard Wedclstacdt Editor of Photoi raphy llliiii Publishing Covijmi . Vv: VI John Almbiirg Associate Business Majia er, Illio Georgia Bushnell Director of Recreation mini Union - SadoAA. Ray Thompson Director of Enterttiimiiem mini Union Joy Biska President, WAA Dick Schinimelpteng A ii;;.7i;ifr of Stane Atnihigenient mini Theatre Guild John Goth.ird Senior Football Manager cormp Joan ' illi;lms Associate Business Manager, Illio Vinton Guliliins circulation Director, Daily lllini 5w?s2S - eaofe tA Isiulorc Slireiisia ' Executive News Editor, DMy llliiii Jo Eades Assistant Geiici il Mjiuger mini Theatre Guild Dale Scotr President, Student Religious Council Randall West, pre si J in: The representative group of the student body is tiie Student Senate. The Student Sen- ate promotes the general welfare of the stu- dent body and works in conjunction with the committee on Snident Affairs in exercising general policy making authority over student affairs and activities. Eighteen of the 34 members of this organ- ization are elected b ' the student bod - in a general election each spring. The remaining sixteen are ex-officio members who represent the major campus activities and housing groups. Any student may sponsor legislation b - presenting it in appropriate written form. All students are welcome to attend Senate meet- ings and are free to speak before the group. Permanent committees of the Senate are By-Laws, Finance, Public Relation, Interna- tional Activities, Student Life, and Coordina- tion. Nearly all Senate committees are open to students ho are not senators. This year the Student Senate of the L ' ni- versity of Illinois was host to the National Student Asst)ciation regional convention. Student Senate Top tow: James Edwards, Thomas James, Robert Cole, Robert Hall, Robert Evans, Eugene Blanchard, Frank Clark, Richard Minur, Frank Folena, Walter Ritter. David Beggs. John Gothard Second tow: Jordan Miller. Dean Claybaugh, Thomas Pollard, John Cribbet, Karl Windesheim, Valentine Jobst. Delmur Murphy, Arthur Bottorff, Ardis Miller, Estelle Anderson, Fred Kondzella Bottom row: Martha Gschwendtner, Lorraine Cozza, Laura Player, William Simmer, Randall West, Oscar Ehrenberg. Marilyn Kearns. Nuel Belnap, Jean Holtzman, Joy Biska, Francine Cohen 220 The Cooidiiiarion ( oiniiiittci. ' was estab- lished in 1948 by the Conimirtcc on Srudent Affairs and rlic Snuicnr Senate, it consists of eleven nicnibtrs. 1 iglit are senators, repre- senting each of the following: the Illini Union, Theater (hiild, the ( oncert and I ' .ntertaininent Board, and the four iioiising groups. The other one is an elected senator who serves as chair- man. Other members are two faculty repre- sentatives from the Committee on Student Affairs, and an assistant from the Dean of .Men ' s ofhce. The committee functions to minimize con- flicts and undue competition in the presenta- tion of public entertainment b - student or- ganizations. It recommends approval and de- nial of petitions for events and activities, and sets the time and place for these events. In the spring it prepares a calendar of events for the coming ) ear. 1 he committee approves tlie budgets for general Uni ersit ' functions. It also supervises the printing, issuing, and audit- ing of tickets, and the distributing of compli- mcntarv tickets. Dclmti Murpliy. i ' .- Coordination Committee Top rou : Prof. Walter Ji.lins.m, Robert Cole. Prof. Hugh Wales. Oscar Ehrenberg Bottom row: Robert Mallary, Mary Wham, Estelie Anderson, Deimer Murphy. Francine Cohen. Dean Vern Hampton No in panel: William Sommer 221 1 hree class officers and three senators consti- tute the representative bod ' of the Senior Class through the Student Senate. Besides their work with the Student Senate the Senior Class officers supervise all class activities. The three senior sena- tors hold major positions on the Senate; Randall West is president of the Senate, Delnier Murphy is chairman of the Coordination Committee, and Louise Hodam is on the (Committee for Student Affairs. One of their largest activities is the Senior Ball. This ear the plans of the Senior Cla.ss aim to pre- sent the best Senior Ball ever held on the campus. The Senior Announcements committee, which is headed by Helen Ross and Lillian Kimura, handles the details of obtaining senior announcements for both February- and June graduates. Lhe protits from the announcements are used to purchase a worth- w hile gift to be presented to the L ' niversit) . lh e class officers and senior senators attended the Big Ten Conference for senior class officers in order to learn more about student government from the practices of other schools. FreJ Kundzella. prejijenl Senior Class Gr.uiu.!h..n Senior bench 222 Junior Class 1 lie primary rcsponsihilitN ' of tlic Junior ( iass officers is serving on the Student Senate. As repre- sentatives on Student Senate the junior officers serve on various committees and take actix e part in Sen- ate meetings. As a class, working through the stu- dent governing hods , the juniors supported several pohcies. Among those tiiat are now in the process of being put into effect are a faculty-rating s stem and increased sidewalks and bicycle walks on campus. 1 he class favored the idea of women cheer- leaders which went into effect last semester. Al- though the motion was not passe d, the junior cla.ss strongly recommended increased parking facilities on W right Street. The Junior Class officers also attempted to or- ganize and once more hold their Junior Prom, hut due to lack of response on the part of the Junior Class the project was cancelled. i iSfe Robert Evans, president; Aidib Bfanchard. rice prendent sectetaiytiedii iei ; Eugene Frank Clark, ptesident : Marilyn Kearns, sectetary-tieasurer; James Edwards, vice president Sophomore Class The Sophomore Class officers serve as the link of the class with student government. The presi- dent, vice president, secretary-treasurer, and three senators, who are members of the Student Senate, direct the wishes of the Sophomore Class to the administration. This group carries on correspondence with other colleges and universities concerning the par- ticular problems of underclassmen and how these problems can be met by efficient administration. The Student Senate this ear is stud ing possibilities for setting up academic courses for freshmen orien- tation and for activity leadership training. .Moreover, the Sophomore Class officers plan and execute programs for the class as a whole. With six representatives serving on the Senate and various Senate committees, the Sophomores were sure of reliable representation. 223 Freshman Counci 1949-50 Top roif : Cecile Gagan. Thrape Wright, represt ' nuitit to Student Struti : Jeanne Bedell. Thomas Brademas. Ernest Buley, Myrian Baker. James Edwards. Valerie Ramey Bottom TOif : Barbara Burnett, secretary; James Hannagan. chutrmnn; Dean Koenig. Sherwood Parker, v ce chairmitn Sol in panel: John Leskera, treasurer The Freshman Council officially represents the freshman class. The council is composed of twelve members; ten are regular members and two serve as alternates. These members are chosen by petition and interview. The main dut ' of the council is to establish communication with the freshmen in order to further the interests of the class. Through projects such as the orientation of incoming fresh- men, the council is benefiting its class. The most important project of orientation car- ried out b - the 1949-50 Freshman Council was the editing and publishing of a handbook, ' Tacts for Freshmen. " The information contained in this booklet was gathered from a questionnaire dis- tributed among the freshmen by the council. A class dance, the Strawfoot Shuffle, was sponsored in an effort to acquaint new freshmen with their classmates. On Activity ' Night during Freshman A eek, the council set up a general information booth. The 1950-. ! council followed a similar pro- gram. They revised and added information to the booklet, " Facts for Freshmen. " An Activity- Night at the mini Union was conducted by the council for new students entering in February. The fresh- men also had an information booth in the Armory during the " Sweet Sixteen " carnival in .March. A " 54 Talent Daw featuring the election of the fresh- man queen, was also sponsored by the Freshman Council for the first time. Top tow: Colleen Cody, tice chairman: John Heddens. treasurer: Roy Small, chairman: Thomas Rose, Donna Jean Simensun, Roy Burt, representatiie to Student Senate Bottom row: Mary Miller, Patricia Robinson -V " ;; panel: Barbara Webber, secretary: Jane Hayes, Robert Hayes, David Fonseca Freshman Council 1950-51 224 The reprcscntari c I)()dy of rlic snidcnr officers at the Univcrsir ' of Illinois is the Mili- tary council. Meeting once a week, the coun- cil discusses problems that arise in the various phases of RO TC training and make recom- mendations to the commandant. Ihe council sponsors military functions and represents the Army on combined .Armed Forces functions. During the past Near the council was re- sponsible for the co-sponsorship of the .Mili- tary Ball, publication of the Millivi, interunit sports program, and planned and supervised ceremonies. The representati es that make up the coun- cil are the cadet regimental commander, the executive officer, the highest ranking senior cadet from each of the nine branches, the editor of the Millini, and one representative from each of the three honorary fraternities — Scabbard and Blade, Phalanx, and Pershing Rifles. The president of the council is Cadet Colonel Daniel Ganger, armor, and the vice president is Cadet Lieutenant Colonel George Cook, corps of engineers. Daniel Gauger. c.iJft colontl Military Counci Top row: Louis Audi, Harold Scholield. Walter Winkler. Paul Wilkins.in. iM.irris BescliL.ss. John Eversok-. James Baldwin. David Rogers Bottom row: Werner Philippsen. John Young. George Cook, Daniel Gauger. Lemuel Holley. Harold Raper, Alan Turner Not in panel: Donald Jones 225 R- ' btic Simmt.li, v.. ' .. . Air Force Council The g() erning bod of tlie Air Force Re- serve Officer Training corps is the Air Force council. The council not t)nl represents the Air Force cadet wing in matters of student interest but also cooperates with the Military council and the Navy council on all military functions, such as the Military Forces ball and the Armed Forces Da ' cereiuonies. The Armed Forces council, which is made up of two representatives from each of the three ROTC departments, sponsors these functions. Fhe student representatives of the Air Force council are the cadet colonel and his v ' ing staff, the cadet commander of each squadron, and one representative from each of the combined branch military honorary or- ganizations. An officer of the Air Force ROTC faculty ' staff acts as advisor. The cadet colonel, -ho is in command of all Air F ' orce ROTC cadets, is chosen from the advanced course on a competitive basis. His duties are to administer all policies of the Air Force science department and to preside at all Air Force council meetings. Toft row: David Knecht, J.imes Stokes. George Riedlc, Robert Wilkins, Michael Pompilio, Elrin Carlson. William Fetter, Guy Dickey Second row: George Briston, John Martin, Edward Hallett, Harold Pfeifer, Harry Fritz. Herman Waarich Bottom row: Major Karl Benson, advisor; Robert Simmen 226 Nav (ii)uncil is rlic goxcrniiig hod) for niidshipnicn. Its purpose is to advise and rec- ommend to the professor of naval science on matters relating to X.R. ().!.(]. affairs. Its other purpose is to sponsor and administrate activities which will benefit N.R.O.T.C stu- dents. The council is composed of twelve men. Eight of the member s are elected, two from each class. 1 he two company commanders, the executive officer, and the batallion com- mander complete the council. Following its purpose the group sponsors social functions such as a steak fry, record dances, and informal get-togethers. This group handles the naval unit ' s intramural program. It serves as a liaison between the other armed forces and the navy unit. The council sends a member to represent the nav) on committees of the combined serxices. Such a representa- tive helps choose the chairman for the Alilitary Ball. The council also makes arrangements for the Navy ' s participation in retreats, lionors day, and other militar functions. David Schmulbach. biiluUiort coinmtindeT Navy Council Top row: Darrell Johnson, Norman Babcock, Patrick O ' Beirne, James Heyl Bot$9m row: David Schmulbach. Fred Kondzella, James Hannagan, Jerome Keefe Not in panel: Arthur Grimm, Harold Baker, William Anderson, Delmcr Murphy 227 Top row: Donald Wilken, Robert Hoffman, Fred Thorp, Floyd Lankenau, Charles Marshall, Clarence Schlueter Bottom low: Richard Svoboda, Thomas Hill. John Bingham. Albert Gleason Not in pitnel : Walter Schlichting. Roger Mohrman. Glenn Curl. Wendell Kimbrough. George Hasenmyer Agriculture Counci controls fhe acfivifies of fbe Agricultural Club and its subsidiary clubs Commerce Counci provides professional, social, and educational services to commerce students Top roll ' : Jack Tebbenhoff. Donald Houpt. James Cnrwin. Dickinson Wiitz, Eugene Blanchard Second row: Prof. Robert Mitchell, Elmer Jacobson, Morns Cannon, Leiand Krcid. Prof. Nelson Wakefield Bottom row: Robert Simon, Charles Cricks, Mary Houran, Elaine litis, lohn Simpson Not III p.iiitl: Marilyn Owens, Barbara Goldman, Lyie Robbins. Robert Thompson, Edward Matz, Wallace Larson, Louis Audi. George Splnozzi 228 St. Pats Ball paraJe. sp.m ' i.nca by the EngineetiiiK Cnunci EnginSGring Council promotes closer relationship and coopera- tion among the various engineering societies 5; ,J " »«- ' Ervin ' - " chu;tz ' E?meT Honath, Ernest Ulm. W.lliam Anderson, Roger Baker, Robert Anderson, Ignatius Bienias, Edwin Christ.ansen. Carl B,,,rT«;. ' Wa;;e ' HT; a ' : " tb tT,;x.°c " nfu:io " N?;nnich, Adolpb Bru.. Harrol Rodda, Alfred Mak.lec, Robert Johnson, Bruce Gilbert. Wolfgang Junkel 229 Top Toic : Robert Rcmpert. William Jackson, Robert Purcifull, Robert Oie. James Dickson, Robert Ingles, Robert Mulhausen. John Clayton, Ralph Zicg- ler, Harry Green. Richard Heiman Second row : Ruell Yuung, Valerie Ramey, Gail Kuehnle, Rhoda Jane Priest. Beverly X ' ullenweber, Dean Koenig, Barbara Huth. Doris Manus, Joan Pidcock, Delores Campen. Margot Tibbits Botiom row: Constance Cook, Carol Maher, Eleanor Tunick. Norma Jasper. D inald Shaw. Betty Bcrryhill. Culleen Leahy, Wanda Bash, Joy Hughes Liberal Arts and Sciences Council fac ' ilifafes sfudenf-facuHy relations and advises students in liberal arts and sciences Displaced Persons Committee provides help and ad. ministers scholarships provided by the University to displaced persons Top row: Prof. Kemmerer, Dean Arthur Hamilton Bottom row: Robert Powell, Allen Nelson, Lloyd Thorson, Carolyn Hudelson, Muriel Richburg. Lamar Brubaker Not in panel: Dean Jane Klein, Associate Professor Leah Trelease, Phyllis Kenney 230 Top row: John Haug, Jerry Lewis, Lawrence Berkove, Charles Rosenbarker, John Eberhard. Culver Slocum Bottom row: Lora Player, John Ccdarholm, Germania Muenzer, Dale Scott, Wanda Bloomquist. David Cash, Donna Christiansen Not in panel: Bernard Alpert, Clayton Daugherty, Laura Donagher, Leonard Foster, Dale Hoschiet, Paul Koch. Rfibinson Lahman, Betty Lueth, Dolores Pye. Amos Shattuck. Donald Wolfe Cj. I J. n I l encourages infer-faifh cooperaiion btudent Kehgious Council m the student body Student Organization Fund ITganlzJtZns controls funds of 200 student Top row: William Dimond. Lyle Dahlenburg. Dean Hampton, Byron Sirois Bottom row: John Duewer. James Morgan, Gene Blanclianl 231 All Vniversity Forum Commntee — Top row: Dean Fred Turner, Prot. Richard Muiphy, Glen Brolander, Fredrick Siebert. Prof, Edward Cleary Bottom row: Rudolph Moz. Valerie Vance, Lorraine Cozza, James Fdwards Not in panel: Mary Lou Thompson, Josef Wright All University Forum Each year the All University Forum presents a series of speeches and a panel discussion on cur- rent subjects of interest to students. The speakers are experts in their respective fields and prominent in public life. The committee of the All L ' niversit Forum, which is composed of six faculty members and six students, originated in 1944. Professor Edward Cleary is chairman of the committee. The com- mittee selects the speakers and makes arrangements for the lectures. This year the panel discussion featured Norman Thomas, five-time socialist candidate for President; Howard Bowen, Dean of the College of Commerce at the University of Illinois; and Alfred Haake, industrial economist and consultant to General .Motors Corporation. The subject under discussion as " Is Socialism Good for America? " The lectures are supported from general Uni- versity funds and therefore are free to students and public. NiTman Thomas Alfred Haake Dean Howard Bnwen ' %.». V. i Allan Nevins. professor of Amer- ican History at Columbia, disclosed " What Makes a Biography Great. " For many years Nevins was an active iournalist. workmg for sev- eral New York newspapers. His two most famous biographies are " The Diary of J, Q. Adams " and " Letters and Journal of Brand Witlock. " Nevins was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 10S7 and 1932. Brigadier General Frank Huwiey. former director of the United States military government in Berlin, talked of " Fear for Breakfast. " Howley may well be considered an expert in Russian diplomacy due to his many negotiations and settle- ments with the Soviets before and during the Berlin blockade. A re- cent book by Howley. " Berlin Command. " tells if these experi- ences. Walter Reuther, president of the UAW and vice president of the CIO, discussed " Democracy and the Challenge for Peace. " Throughout his life Reuther has been active in the organization of worker ' s unions. Besides his many union activities, Reuther has spon- sored pre-war and post-war plans for the conversion of industry. rl Sandburg, noted author and lecturer, not only lectured on American literature during " An Evening with Sandburg " but also gave readings of his poems and played folksongs from " The Amer- ican Songbag. " Some of his best know ' n works are " The People. Yes, " " Chicago Poems. " and " Re- membrance Rock. " Sandburg is also an authority on Abraham Lin- coln. Marc Connelly, renowned author, lecturer, and teacher, spoke on " What I Have Learned From the Theatre. " Among Connelly ' s lau- rels is the Pulitzer Prize for his play, " The Green Pastures. " His reputation as an educator is ex- emplified by a recent Broadway play, " At War with the Army, " which is a product of his play- ritinf; course .it " N ' ale. 233 riie Interfraternit) Council of the Uni- vcrsitN ' of Illinois promotes the interests and ideas of the social fraternities on campus as well as administering interfraternit policies and University policies pertaining to frater- nities. The council, which is composed of two chapter representatives from each of the fifty- six fraternities, discuss such current problems as pledge training, house management, house finances, scholarship, and activities. The Illinois council, the largest and oldest in the nation, holds an important position as a leader in fraternit " self-government. Illinois was one of the first universities to establish the post of Assistant Dean of .Men for Frater- nities, a position which was taken over by Dean George H. Bargh in September of this car. Working with the Intcrfratcrnity Council as an advisors ' board is the Board of Fraternity Affairs. This board is composed of three staff fraternity men, three local fraternity alumni, and the five undergraduate officers of the lntcrfraternit ' Council. Gene Turner, pteudcttt Interfraternity Counci Executive Council — Top row: Dickinson Wiltz, Sigma Chi; Cullen Clause . Sigma Nu : Robert Pt.well. Alpha Srgma Phi; Donald Hnrti.n. Alpha Chi Rho ; Lenny Kravets. Tau Epsilnp Phi ; Robert Corley. Lambda Chi Alpha Bottom row: William Livingston, Pi Kappa Alpha, treasurer; William Powers, Zcta Psi. rice president; Gene Turner. Phi Sigma Kappa, pienJent; Peter Moore, Phi Kappa, secretary; George Bargh, assisSatit dean of men 234 Interfraternity cottttcil representatiies ACACIA James Brown fhomas Brademjs ALPHA CHI RHO William Sommer William Bergstrom ALPHA EPSILON PI Arthur Mostow Robert Stencil ALPHA GAMMA RHO lohn Bigger Wniiam Miller ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA John Towers Peter Couch ALPHA PHI ALPHA John McDonald ALPHA RHO fHI Dale Benedict Robert Wilbert ALPHA SIGMA PHI Robert Powell Bwrt Eltzroth ALPHA TAU OMEGA Nuel Belnap BETA THETA PI James Morgan CHI PHI Jack Fontana Robert Wagner CHI PSI Edward Hopkins Thomas Humphris COSMOPOLITAN Gordon Stewart Salman Sassoon DELTA CHI John Dau Richard Lane D ELTA KAPPA EPSILON Robert Black Peter Ayres DELTA PHI Deane Weihmeir Robert Milne DELTA SIGMA PHI John Georgeson Donald Falk DELTA SIGMA PI Robert Zima John Hilf DELTA TAU DELTA Richard Hanes William Hoelscher DELTA UPSILON Thomas Harris Richard McFarland FARM HOUSE Robert Henninger John Bingham KAPPA ALPHA PSI Clark Price Rudolph Thomas KAPPA DELTA RHO Hnwaid Neuberg f harles Countiss KAPPA SIGMA William Clinard Richard Berry LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Robert Corley Richard Livermore PHI DELTA THETA Robert Ingels Ronald Gunn PHI EPSILON PI Charles Pressman PHI GAMMA DELTA Glenn Brolander Robert McKinley PHI KAPPA Rudolph Haas William Loughman PHI KAPPA SIGMA Earl Henderson Thomas Hagan PHI KAPPA PSI Edward Collins William Prichard PHI KAPPA TAU Leslie Bishop Raymond Wahlton PHI SIGMA DELTA Burton Diamond Arnold Fedennao PHI SIGMA KAPPA Donald Nish Donald Smith PI KAPPA ALPHA George Heck Roger Woizeski PI KAPPA PHI David Rogers Gerald Walters PI LAMBDA PHI . Sheldon Mills Jerome Feder PSI UPSILON James Schmidt Charles Allen SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON William Goodheart John Williams SIGMA ALPHA MU Edward Blum Howard Johnson SIGMA CHI Dickinson Wiltz Robert Rempert SIGMA NU Cullen Clauser Norbert Keaegal SIGMA PHI DELTA Wolfgang Junket James Middleton SIGMA PHI EPSILON Kirby Lockhard John Corcoran SIGMA PI Robert Alexander James Hinkle TAU DELTA PHI Stuart Greenbcrgcr Ronald Drell TAU EPSILON PHI Leonard Kravitz Melvin Rosenblum TAU KAPPA EPSILON Richard Helligenstein George Moore THETA CHI William Nicaeii Donald Bohrer THETA DELTA CHI Harold Rigney THETA KAPPA PHI Henry Marchcschi TRIANGLE Raymond Olhgrehn John Higgins WITTANSHIRE Thomas Menees Thomas Smeckpeper ZETA PSI Walter Ritter William Powers Robert Kaltoff ZETA BETA TAU Sheldon Pollack Interfralernity council repiesetJtatives 235 I-awrence Connolly, pnfideril The representative body of the indepen- dent men on the campus of the University of Illinois is the Men ' s Independent Association. I lie Association is a student-administered and student-established organization. The strength of this organization gives these students the power to exert influence in the fornuilation of general policies concerning student welfare. All the independent men are represented on the M.I. A. through the organization of houses with four or more residents. Each of these residences elects a representative to the M.I. A. council. The council is the policy- making body for the organization and decides all matters of major importance. The Direc- torate, which is composed of the officers and committee chairmen of .M.I. .A., is the executive body of the Association. The M.I.A. has a planned program of stu- dent activities in the scholastic, athletic, social, and recreational fields. This program offers opportunitN " and incenti e for leadership to the independent men. Men ' s Independent Association Offjct ' is anil Adiiso y Buiitd — Top ton: Jordan Miller, Paul Neal, Lawrence Connolly. Layo Flick. John Duewer. Morns Rubinson Botfam row: Richard Hulet. Duane Branigan, Calvin Sifferd, Earl Seyler, Herbert Farber 236 r, nn O . Esecutire council — Top rou-: James Potter, Roger Vandervliet, Samuel Kessler, Donald Pennington, Robert Freeman, Rutus Oldham, Irwm Chabun, Albert Frank, Garrison Southard. Morton Sternberg, Burt Goodman, Albert Schertz Bottom raw: Jiirdan Miller. Juhn Duewer, Paul Nen I , Lawrence Connolly, Layo Flick, Morris Robmson. Oscar Ehrenberg House representatives — Top row: Ronald Peters, John Helper. Culver Slocuni, Max Offerman, Robert Freeman. Richard Schwab, John Chura, Clark Bunn. James Chambers. Dale Keen. Loy Miller, John Marshall, Charles Avers, John Scherer. Walter Pilch. Floyd Collins. Charles Meyer, James Potter Third row: Herbert Palmer, Joseph Wager, Robert Vinsec, Russell Saewert. Richard Webb, John Mason. Clifford Wilcox. Stanley Craine. Rnbeit Rosen, William Rowan. William Panozzo, Albert Frank. Rufus Oldham, Richard Renington, Louis Robinson. Donald Eytcheson, Thomas McCullough Second row: Robert Painter. Allen Schertz. Thomas Keracic, Morris Robinson, Paul Neal, Layo Flick, Lawrence Connolly, Oscar Ehrenberg, Burton Goodman, John Duewer. Roger Vandervliet. Morton Sternberg. Irwin Chabon Bottom row: Koy Cameron, Perry Ward. Aaron Hull, David Cole, Donald Harding. Joel Dain. Jnrdan MiUei. Joseph Bomba, J.ick Pruner, Samuel Kessler, Garrison Southard, Jay Atkins I I. 237 Panhellcnic is the governing and policy- making body of all the sororities at the Uni- versitN ' of Illinois. Its policN is to create friendship within the fraternit - s stem as well as betu ' een the fraternit - and independent associations, and to establish a high standard for sciiolarship and intellectual accomplish- ments. Panhellenic is composed of two governing bodies: the presidents ' council, composed of chapter presidents; and the executive com- mittee, composed of Panhellenic officers, the facult - advisor, departmental chairmen, and junior departmental chairmen. The depart- ments covered by Panhellenic are s(K ' ial, schol- arship, rushing, pledge, activity, and Shi-Ai. The junior departmental chairmen work with Junior Panhellenic which consists of all sorority pledges. Its organization and pur- pose is patterned after Panhellenic. Included in the activities of Panhellenic are the fall scholarship dessert, the spring ban- quet, and the pledge banquet. It also sponsors the annual Panhellenic Ball. Jean Hultzman. presidetil Panhellenic Counci Panhellenic exccutire committe e — Top row: Ethel Karon, Sigma Delta Tau, scholarship department ; Mary Riley. Pi Beta Phi, scholarship department : Elaine Rosenberg, Sigma Delta Tau, pledge department ; Harriet Oischansky, Alpha Epsilon Phi, pledge department; Leona Sarton, Alpha Gamma Delta. Shi Ai : Nancy Wilson. Kappa Alpha Theta. social department : Virginia Lightbody. Delta Zeta, rushing department ; Elizabeth Williamson, Pi Beta Phi. activity department : Mary Lou Schaeflein, Sigma Kappa, social department Bottom row: Dean Jane Klern. adii or; Betty Wright, Gamma Phi Beta, secretary: Estelle Anderson, Alpha Phi, lice president: Jean Holtzman, Alpha Chi Omega, president; Jane Frost, Delta Gamma, treasurer; Ruth Ann Baker, Delta Gamma, rushing department ; Ardis Miller, Delta Gamma, Shi At 238 f f Sorority piesiJcnls — Tup tow: Gloria Kramer. Gamma Phi Beta; Barbara Handelman, Delta Phi Epsilon ; Arlene Gorschen. Phi Sigma Sigma; Elaine Rosenberg, Sigma Delta Tau ; Patricia Riley, Kappa Delta ; Joan Reeve, Alpha Phi ; Evelyn Jones. Delta Sigma Theta ; Ann Capen, Kappa Alpha Theta ; Dorothy Carter. Zeta Tau Alpha Second row: Marcia Metcalf, Sigma Kappa; Helen Ross. Theta Upsilon ; Doreen North, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Anne Solon. Theta Phi Alpha; Patricia Baker. Alpha Xt Delta ; Joanne Koritz, Kappa Kappa Gamma ; Shirley Dreuth, Alpha Delta Pi ; Mary Ann Morris. Delta Delta Delta ; Virginia Lightbody. Delta Zeta Bottom row: Barbara Kircher. Phi Mu ; Barbara Witty. Pi Beta Phi ; ' Jean Theurer. Delta Gamma. Barbara Shissler, Chi Omega; Jean Holtzman. preji- defil : Mary Alice Hancock, Alpha Chi Omega; Nancy Brue, Alpha Gamma Delta; Erlene Collins, Alpha Kappa Alpha ; Jean Fisher, Alpha Omicron Pi Pledge bresidents — Top row: Carol Seibert, Pi Beta Phi; Joan Graham. Theta Phi Alpha; Susan Stamp, Alpha Xi Delta; Joan Holin. Kappa Delta; Barbara Cross, Kappa Kappa Gamma ; Margaret Conlin. Delta Gamma ; June Day, Delta Delta Delta Third row: Vivian Adams, Delta Sigma Theta; Barbara Hempstead. Gamma Phi Beta: Barbara Burgess, Alpha Gamma Delta; Elizabeth Meek. Alpha Phi ; Carolyn Krimbill, Chi Omega ; Constance Coiik. Kappa Alpha Theta Second row: Barbara Dickinson, Alpha Omicron Pi; Janet Barker, Delta Zeta; Myra Hamer. Phi Sigma Sigma; Phyllis Rogul, Delta Phi Epsilon; Josephine App, Alpha Chi Omega ; Clara McPeace, Alpha Kappa Alplia Bottom row: Helga Czerner, Sigma Delta Tau; Marilyn Crawford, Sigma Kappa; Jeanne Sommers, Phi Mu ; Carolyn Swinney, Theta Upsilon; Toba Press, Alpha Epsilon Phi ; Diana Nainis. Zeta Tau Alpha ; Germania Muenzer, Alpha Delta Pi ggS :l Si ' ?? Francine Cohen. piesiJtfil The W omen ' s Group S srcni. an organi- zation of independent women, is the first of its kind on an ' campus. The organized wo- men ' s houses, women ' s residence halls, and other independent groups are all parts of the ' .G.S. At the council meetings, held once a week, the house presidents discuss the group ' s activities, receive announcements of campus events, and handle petitioning. An executive council, composed of the officers, major chairmen, and advisors, serves as the supervisor} bod . The purpose of WOmen ' s Group System is to be of service to the campus and to encour- age scholarship and acti ities among its mem- bers. It sponsors district teas, a president ' s banquet, and scholarship and activit teas at which awards are given to the outstanding students. Climaxing the year is the .G.S. Award Tea. 1 lie W ' .G.S. has participated in Watcheka Sing, the Mother ' s Day luncheon, and the Dad ' s Da program. ' orking with the Men ' s Independent Association, they pre- sent the Dad ' s Day stunt show and publish a newspaper. " The Indcc. " Women ' s Group System fcers: Dean Inez Tate, advisor; Louise Hodam, iie smet : Joanne Lager, seculitn ; Noraldean Palacek, fteihnjiw adi ' nor Francine Cohen, pi evident : Rosemary Archibald vice president; 240 W. G. S. District and Major Chaxmcn — lop row: Katherine Junniia. I. ..is Ftrgnson, Lora Lee Player. Lorna Sprrnger. Elvu Tarble, Joanne Crutlicrs, Dorothy Leslie Bottom roll ' : Donna Christiansen, Dolores Campen, Joan Jacobi, Muriel Herzberg W. G. S. St4h-District Chairmen — Top row: Virginia Decker, Betty Leslie, Clarissa Parian, Roslyn Kalilt-. Gloria Thuruw, Elinor James, Lorraine Cozza, Marilyn Womeldorff Bottom tow: Ruth Kehart, Marilyn White, Martha Conn, Joan Scott, Joan Lindsay, Wilma Vaught, Edith Bassler, Betty Matthews, Charmame Husack 241 Panhell eiienic Ba Left : Dtttiif committee — Top row: Barbara Schultz, director; Joyce Dunner. physicut arrangements ; Nancy Roberts, pub- licit) Bottom row: Patricia Hazleton, tickets; Leta Ornellos, gen- eral chairman: Nancy Wilson, treasurer; Barbara Marimon, hiJs BJo Ralph Flanagan s orchestra Panhellenic presented its annual hall . " Soutii- ern Silhouette, " on Noveniher 10, 1950 with music b - Ralph Flanagan and his band. The decorations featured two large silhouettes above the grandstand. A large tree was in the center of the dance floor, and around the balcony hung colonial bouquets of the respective iiouses ' flowers. The highlight of the ball was the presentation of twcnt ' -six " ideal " sororitv girls, representing each house in Panhellenic. Each girl was pre- sented with an engraved compact. The girls presented were Myrna Hale, Shir- ley Drueth, Marilyn Szold, Xanc - Potter, Erlene Collins, Jean Fisher, Patricia Forbes, .Marih n Keilman. Alarilyn Helm, Louise England, Ardis Miller, Marilyn Ehrlich, Betty .Mathews, .Marilyn Hackman, Katherine Clark, Martha PcnwcU, Patricia Rile , Jod Koritz, Bonnie .Masslich. Betty Blum, Joanne Frisk, Elaine Rosenberg, Marcia Metcalf, Joan Bruns, Barbara Tourek, Dorothv Carter. 242 r Senior Ball Right: Ted Weems and his orchestra The Senior Bail, wliicli as lield in Huff Gym, iMay 20, 1950, was one of the outstanding dances of the year. Ted Weems and his orches- tra supplied the music for the occasion. In keeping w ith spring, the ball featured an " old-lamplighter " and springtime flowers. Glass panels frcMited the entrance to the gym. Twirl- ing flowered discs hung from the ceiling above the gardenia-hlled pool in the center of the floor. The " shadow box " bids were designed b ' Lee Lipson. The dance chairmen were Robert Gand, publicit -; Lee Lipson, decorations; Betty Alten- burg, bids and announcements; Carl Falk, general chairman; James Nelson, associate chairman; Gloria Fletcher, entertainment; John Lindemann, business manager; and George Flower, arrange- ments chairman. D.irice committee: Robert Gand. Lee Lipson. Betty Altenburg. Carl Falk, James Nelson. Gloria Fletcher, Harold Wenzel, Helen Jo Hahn, John Lindemann, George Flower 243 " S Plowboy Prom l .irbara Thiebaud. quttrii ot " The County Fjir ' " The Count)- Fair " v;is the theme of tlie 1950 Plowboy Prom co-sponsored h the Home Economic and Agriculture clubs on April 28th. Girls in tjingham dresses and fel- lows in denims danced in Huff Gym to the music of Al Trace and Ted Mikita ' s bands. The theme of tlie dance was carried out by a backdrop featuring lilsie and Elmer, the Borden cows, and booths presenting county fair exhibits. Each girl received a vegetable corsage. Barbara Thiebaud, a sophomore in home economics, was selected as queen of " The County Fair. " Maizie Angicr and L le Tocpkc were co- chairnien of the dance. The committee chair- men were Gilda Gleim, Margie Gro es, Louise Hodam, Constance Walker, William Dimond, Robert Loitz, Ernest Painter, and Lawrence Zuckerman. %H: " f i 244 taat Inteimissinn at the Plowbuy Prom All-Ag Field Day Committee — Top row: Donn Dolby, David Ashbrook, Harold Holtz, James Gill Second row: John Wier, Aria Rice, Martha Gschwcndtner. William Dimond Bottom rorv: Peggy Glawe. Phyllis Scott. Dolores Moudy, Jane Brubaker, Barbara 1 hieband 245 The lllini Union The lllmi L nion s iiibolizes the loinmg of academic and social life at the L niversit ' of IIHnois. It is a social center bringing students, faciilt , and alumni closer together. A self-supporting organization, the Union re- ceives its funds from the hvc-dollar fee per semester paid by all students. Additional income is received from such events as Homecoming Stunt Show, Club Commons, Union .Movies, and The Spring .Musical. Consequently the Union is able to support nineteen nonprofit events. Coffee Hours. Block " I " , Town .Meetings, Social Forums, and Open Houses are but a few of these. Always busy, the Union concerns it.self •ith student life and interests outside of the classroom. It provides lounges, food services, meeting rooms, game rooms, bowling alleys, and a browsing li- brar . Over 15,000 persons enter the building dail ; approximately 8,500 meals are served; and over 1,750 isit the Main Desk for newspapers, cigar- ettes, and candy. The lllini Union Bookstore on W right Street is a profit-sharing enterprise run for the benefit of students. Di idends are paid each semester. Student activitx ork is governed by The lllini Union Board. It consists of si.x facult -staff ad- visors, a student representative from each of the four housing groups, a student president and treas- urer, and six student directors. The latter are in charge of the activities of six departments: Dances. Student Services. Recreation. Student-Alumni Re- lations, Entertainment, and Public Relations. The work of these departments is carried on by thirty- two committees plus their guiding major and sub chairmen. 246 Top row: Arthur Sawyer, Donna Runser, Earl Finder. Martha Irwin, Kenneth Rhodes, Stella Cameron Bottom row: Charles Wertz, Alice Hurt. Otto Unger, Vernon Kretschmer, Irene Pierson Mary Wham, president Vernon Kretschmer. dmH: Union Administration Union Board Top row: Sheila McMurray, Prof. Paul Van Arsdell, Rosemary Archibald. Charles Bowen, Raymond Thompson, Patricia Feaster. Georgia Bushnell, John King, Dickinson W ' iltz Bottom row: Betty VC ' rigiit, Vernon Kretschmer, Alary Wham, Clarita Robinson, Irene Pierson, Gene Blanchard, Morris Robinson 247 Department of Dances Sub-chairmen: Betty Terhune, Joyce Snb-chairmeti — Standing: Betty Rasmussen. Jane Parthemer. Sternaman, June Alper, James Stelz- Baibara Corbctt ner Seated: William McGrue, Claireen Molzan Sub-chairmen — Standuig: Geraldlne Dil- lon, Sherwood Parker. Joyce Sternaman Seated : Joyce Heath, Mary Lou Schae- fflB R, Raymond Thompson, dtrettor Major chanmen: William Klein, Janice St litmijn, Donald Houpt. Dolores Lapaitis, John Heuer Not in panel: Clarence Leverenz Department of Entertainment Sub-chaiimeu — Standing ■ Vincent Do- Sub-chairmen — Standing: Betty Rosen, John Simpson, Cameron S ib-chiitimeri — Standing: Fred Bondy, razio. Judith Heiman. William Klein Carley, Barbara Baker Joan Howard. Cullen Clauser, Lois Seated: Barbara Burnett Seated: Lynn Howe Kram. George Curtis Seated: Delphine Bartosiewicz, Celeste Gettleman. Joanne Frisk i Stunt Show Kecitrd Lending Library High School Circus Stunt Show Union Alovies Record Lending Librarx Club Commons Occasional iMovies Major chairmen: Helen Ross. James Mueller. Patricia Peterson. Joyce Heath Not hi panel: Robert Lincicome Department of Public Relations Suh-cbahmen : Vivian Herr, Joyce Sterna- Sub-chairmen — Standing: Laurence Higgins, Harold Johnson man Seated : Carol Simenson Sub-chairmen — Standing: Clarence Lever- enz, William McCune Seated : Sue Lurie, Mary Crawford House Publications Warren Ramshaw. advisor Publicity Advertising House Publications Union Relations Open Houses Georgia Bushnell, director Major chairmen: Rhea Stagner, Stanley Koven. Katherine Wolcott, Benjamin Wolff Department of Recreation Sub-chairmen — Top row: Harold Johnson, Clarence Leverenz. Suh-chaiirnen — Top row: Sherwood Parker. Sub-chairmen Standing: Gordon Leach, Francis Gorny Janice Hackbarth. Jack Ullman Leonard Davis Second row: Mary Lee Mefford, Barbara Burnett Bottom row: Barbara Newton. Joan Bruder. Sc.itt ' d ■ Dnnald Cnlman, Lnj-; Kram Bottom roiv : Donald Bohrer, William McCune Orpha Crook g 3 ■ " ' , JjzzU-Likc It Curtcc Hour Cortee Hours Classical Music Hours Jazz-U-Like It Tournaments Union Musical Department of Student Services Sub-chairmen — Standing : Cullen Clauser. ' ard Starrett Seated: Richard Hanes, Carolyn Hed- berg Si h-chairnien Standing: Helga Czerner, Albert Moch, Rose- Sub-chairmen: James Slayman, Robert Cenelc. niar - Finger, Duane McCurdy Ward Starrett, Donald Bunnel. Peter Star- Seitted : Marianne Green. Sally White. James Dickson rett % I I il Dads Day Gene Ice, advisor Office Management Travel Service Social Forums, mini Town Meetings Red Cross College Activities Dads Day : heil.l McMurray, director Major chairmen: Nancy Potter, Robert Green. Carolyn Hedberg, William Bierbaum, Joanne Holt Department of Student and Alumni Relations Snb-chairmen — Standing: Robert Cenek, David Beggs, Leonard Davis, Stanley Koven Seated: Lois Kram. Katherine W ' olcott Sub-chairmen — S tanding: Marilyn Welsh, Lee Miller. Joan Howard, Richard Hanes, Barbara Schmitt Seated: Frances Little. Martha Penwell, Barbara Corbett Sub-chairmen — Top row: Sidney Bradd, Martin Berutti. Donald Bohrer, Williarn McCune Second row: Sarah Pleasants, Jean Ann Carr. Mary Lou Schaeflein Bottom row: Lois Mueller, Beverly Allen, Dorothy Kienast i 4f ' M ' ' : 1 f k Pep Rally I) banquet Mothers Day Homecoming Block I Pep Rallies and University Sings Banquets Robert Hall, chiurmuti Campus Chest Campus Chest is an organization that is the result of the students ' demand for a unification of charit - drives. It is an orgaization founded at the UniversitN " of Illinois and is now recognized as a major independent activit . Funds for the Campus Chest are allocated in a one-da ' drive each fall, through the Spring Carni- Mary Hurst, co-chit ' irman val, and by special drives such as the book drive and the clothing drive. Funds arc distributed by an Allocation and Ad- visory Board composed of representatives from major student organizations on campus. Within the past two years this board has distributed $32,000 to local, national, and international charities and relief groups. Campus Chest has alleviated the problem of constant solicitation of the facultx and student bod ' . Top row: James Lawrence, James Stewart, Marshall Sutker, Harold Frit2, Bill Jones, Robert Bulej ' . David Beggs, Robert McNelly, Ralph Perers, David Condon Sixth row: Martin Berutti, Gunner Paulsen, Robert Grenley, Honore Schlesinger, Jean McKay. Diane Wiborg, Robert Watson, Fern Katfel Fifth row: Dean Clabaugh, Thorpe Wright, Burton Babetch, William Kamen, Lynn Summer, Nan Sieve, Iris Paulshock, Marilyn Kwinn, Ruth Kleinsmith, Audrey Dannhauer, Shirley Luvall, Geraldine Meyers, Beverly Brown, Marilyn Steidinger, James Deremiah Fourth row: Kenneth Boub, ' illiam Branom, Helene Rubin, Betty Ann Carson, Yvonne Perkins. Patricia McNeil, Joan Gohde, Joyce Spit2er, Joyce Fink, Renee Polk. Laurel Rich. Jackie Kelsey, Thomas Pollard. Joan Kennedy, Mitzi Miller. Louise Ericsson, Carol Ewing Third row: James Pierce, William Larkin, Claris Ritter, Richard McFarland, Richard Holscher, Robert Hall, Mary Hurst, Rachael G ' Byrne, Joanne Hind- marsh, Helen Robnett, Ora Mae Welcher Second row: Diane Milliken, Jean Kaye, Peter Starrett, Maryann Rotbert, Iris Bernstein, William Richards, Edward Hynds, Harold Hanes, Robert Dryer, Helen Beneliel, Mary Zimmerman Bottom row: James Hannagan, Vi ' alter Haskinson, Alban Mann, Louise Stampfer. Cynthia Shaver, Barbara Holmes, Elaine Travis. Clarissa Farian, John Mountz 260 Thomas Moore, pttiident F-Xiciaive council — James Longest, Robert Lauchner, Thomas Moore, X ' i!liam Miller. Robert Hall. Harold Ingalls Not in panel: John Shugart Y. M. C. A. The Uni ersit of Illinois Young Men ' s Chris- tian Association presents an opportunit)- for personal growth and a challenge to join w ith like- minded students and faculty men in a program of campus and community service. The Y..M.C.A. is a non-denominational group of Christian workers seeking to make the life of Jesus vital in every phase of University activit -. The " Y " is in its seventy- eighth year of serving the Illinois campus. There are more than 400 students participating in committee service. The committees operating are in International Friendship, Christian Emphasis, Boys ' Work, Family Living, Public Relations, So- cial Recreation, Freshman Fellowship, Displaced Persons, Fireside Discussions, and Publications. The Y.M.C.A. building, built in 1938, provides comfortable lounges, a check room with free serv- ice, an information desk, quiet study rooms, rooms for committee and organization meetings, a table tennis room for use by members and guests, and housing lists for weekend guests. Top tow: Grover Fulkerson. Donald Wolfe, Donald Wilken. William Dixon, Ralph Johnson, Frederic Heim, David Dixon. Glen Brolander, Robert Sullivan, William McGrue, Maxwell Bushong, John Price, Delmar Wedel Second row: Nikolai Goncharoff, James Edwards Bottom row: Harold Ingalls, Howard Amerman, James Longest, Robert Lauchner. Thomas Moore, William Miller, John Shugart, Ian Coldwell Not in panel: Robert Hall 261 Completing its sixty-seventh year on this campus, the University Young Women ' s Christian Association has grown into one of the largest organizations for campus and com- munity. Social service, international friendship, round table dis- cussions, and graduate forums are only a few of the com- mittees available to ) oung women. Work is carried on in children ' s hospitals as ell as at Chanute Field. Annual projects include the sale of mums at Homecom- ing, a bake sale, and the Doll Show held at Christmas, at which the dolls are displaNcd in booths and then distributed to chil- dren throughout the state. Executive council: Virginia Farrand, first vice president : Virginia Player, secretary; Joyce Drew, president: Patricia Wenzel. second vice president; Marilyn Augspurger, treasurer Joyce Drew, president YyN.CA. Top row: Shirley Cristil, Eleanor SifFerd. Marilyn Schueier, Anne Simpson, Laura Donagher, Bar- bara Johnson, Grace Dittman, Mary Hainsworth Second rotv : Germania Muenzer, Eureath White, executive director ; Marilyn Augspurger, Patricia Wenzel, Joyce Drew, Virginia Farrand, Virginia Player, Barbara Torrant, assistant director Bottom rotv: Patricia Michelman, Nancy Haas, Marilyn Schnirring, Barbara Humphrey, Claire Wildeman, Leta Ornellos, Margaret MacDonald 262 263 Carol Thomas editor Juan Reeve, associue editor Dick Rodgers, itsiociate editor Top row: Russell Bolton, Roy Heidemann, Robert Snow. Edward Palmer, John Thompson Third row: Mark Symuns. Rrchard Chestnut. Dorothy Jubelt, Harriet Beaudoin. Mary Bills. Rhoda Jane Priest. Irene Lattof Second row: Phyllis Wise, Janet White. Norma Dietz. Alice Keller, Jacqueline Mash, Wanda Bash. Barbara Hempstead. Dorothy Martin Bottom row: Georgeanna Riley. Colleen Cody. Gloria Trader. Jane Lee, Shirley Ann Jones, Patsy Hopper, Betty Becker, Joan Kirts, Patricia Mueller Not in panel: Richard Berry, Carol Caldwell, Crane DeCamp, Mary Crawford, Delores Drennan, Cecile Gagan, Janice Hackbarth, James Hill. Mary Mefford, Barbara Nicely, Donald Nichol, Valerie Ramey, Caroline Rees, Frank Shappert, Rita Sheehan, Richard Smith, Robert Stoll. Robert Wold 264 io Editorial Staff Art sliifj : Prof. William Kennedy, Jerold Soling, Gordon Hartshorne Asiistdill editois: John Hcmwall. Ann Lyman. Mary Jane Conie Amsttttit edilort: William Sodersrrnm. loan Pixley, Myrna Hale liltit eililni Under the guidance of Carol Thomas, edi- tor, and Dick Rodgers, Joan Reeve, and Gary Magee, associate editors, the lllio editorial staff has worked hard toward a goal of presenting an annual of interest to all students. The editorial staff is composed of five sec- tions — Activities, Organizations and Illinoise, Residences and Religious organizations. Sports, and Seniors. Nine assistant editors organize and design the layout of their respective sec- tions. The work of writing copy, cropping pictures, typing, and filing is assigned to the freshmen and sophomores. Each spring the freshmen and sophomores take part in a train- ing program. The program is set up to give practice in designing layout, writing cop)-, and cropping pictures. Barbara V..II. Alice McReynolds, Lois Binder 1 io Business Staff Naomi Streeter, hustnea munager Juan Williams, associate business manager John Almburg, associate business manager Top tow: William Grosser, David Ashbruok. Philip Flick, Richard WoUsberger. Richard Swenson, Edward Leverenz Third row: Roland Strawn, Robert CotTeen, Roberta Rosecrans, Gloria Gable, Charmame Husack, Charles Kustner Second row: John Clayton. Jean Davis, Reva Fort, Virginia Fisher, Nancy Heater, Laura MoUet. Marilyn Lowe Bottom row: Charles McGrew, Margunte Blomberg, Janet Wisely. Marion Schoene. Jeannicn Gustavisnn. Barbara Burnett Y " in panel: Jean Crawford. Marilyn Meiselman 266 The business stjff at wurk Fi i.i icl-: Nancy Neckers, Phyllis MdcDoupal Adreitiiifig: Joyce Heath, Shirley Dreuth 1 lie Illio Business staff should be familiar to all Illinois students for their, " Wanna buy an Illio? " heard at the first o f every school ear. Led by Naomi Streeter, business man- ager, and John Almburg and Joan Williams, associate managers, the business staff has man- aged to maintain its present circulation despite a decrease in enrollment. The junior staff is made up of eight assist- ant business managers o are divided into three groups: advertising, finance, and sales. Under the junior staff the sophomores and freshmen solicit advertising, carry on selling campaigns, help distribute books in the spring, and do routine office work. The business staff is also in charge of ques- tionnaires filed b houses, organizations and graduating seniors. Salt ' s: J.imc-s Dickson, John Giliis. Kenneth Freeto 1 ' ' : i : } . ., -Ui_J ■ Meeting a deadline Top row: Robin Johnston, Elsie Bird. Eileen Hall, Charlene Segal, Ronald Levy, Rosemary Watkins. Abbey Johnson, Janet Barker, William Coulper Second row: Lynn Clausen, Janice Solomon, Joan Edinburg. Rose Juurdam. Jeanine Larmoth, Phyllis Hoerr B ' jitum roil : Xancv McGill. James Lar e, Darlene Gudcrian, Paul McKittnck, J ' vcc Berber H . ps i f 1 268 im Kl ' " Tk. ' ' ' 1 -- ... i fl Si ejW 1 I iTi " j Daily iiimi Editorial Staff AjshUut tilitors: Melvin Kopp, Garland Fritts. Mac Eanes. Irma Schickedanz jmitoi cufty I ' tJftfn J infor copy editnr. Adelman Bfmard Gould, Anne Snnopol. Wayne WoUman Muriel Herzberg. Mel Garbar, Barbara Williams, Sey The editorial staff of The Daily llliiii, now in its (SOth sear, is composed entirely of stu- dents. Its policies, decided by the student edi- torial board, are in no way connected with University administration. (Operating more like a business than an acti it ' . The Diiily Illi ii provides e.xperience in tlie field of journalism. ' riting copy, edit- ing wire news, and making-up editorial pages are a few of the jobs open to students inter- ested in obtaining iournalistic experience. The student-controlled newspaper is o -ned 1) the lllini Publishing company. This year four facult advisers were appointed to aid in planning training programs for the new er reporters and to offer criticism to the senior editors. The Daily lllini owns its own mechanical department and editorial offices. jttntoT copy editors: Edmund Hcrcer, Rudolpli Moz, Valerie Vance Junior aJvertising managers — Top row: Stephen Lehner, Hollis Rizer Botium toil ' : Joann Frisk. Nancy Denes. Gilda Gluskoter Ltfl : Vinton Gubbins, adietthing dnector Above — Aiiisliini iidtettising managers: Marian Margolin, Angelene Mitchem Daily lllini Advertising Staff This year the Advertising department of The Daily Illiiii is under a new organizational set-up. This department is supervised b - the advertising director, Mnton Gubbins. He is aided by r vo assistants, the display and classified advertising man- agers. The Advertising department is responsible for such operations as the solicitation and make-up of advetrisements, special services to advertisers, the placement of all advertising, and the activities con- nected with these functions. Since 77.it ' Diiily Illiiii runs in direct competi- tion with the two local dailies, staff mcml)ers have excellent opportunities to learn the many phases of new spapcr advertising. FteshmjH-sophomore adierthing iltijf — Top row: Lloyd Gray, Morton Wax. William CuUen, Davjd Goldberg Second row: Catherine Harmon. Donna Duerwachter, Lois Gualano, Joanne Meinecke, Audrey Dannhauer, Gloria Ziker Bottom tow: Jean Perdue, Sabra Mills, Joan Kovitz. Lois Iversen. Toba Press. Barbara Schmitt, Marian Stewart 270 ItHE daily fLLlNI J Rtghf : James Morgan, cinulat on dhectoi Above — Asshtitnt circntuiiuti managers: Barbara Lisenby. Emma W ' ald- Schmidt Daily lllini Circulation Staff Ihis ear the Circulation department of The Daily lUiiii has new importance; it is one of tlic three major staffs of the paper. 1 he liead of the de- partment is the circulation director, James Alorgan, wht) assumes responsihilit for all aspects of the dis- tribution and the circulation of The Daily Illiiii. 1 he department itself is divided into two staffs. The office staff handles such routine operations as the reprocessing of subscriptions and the assur- ing of satisfactory service to local and out-of-town subscribers. The promotion staff takes care of so- licitations and special projects for the improvement of deli er and mail service. Junior cin-nLiti ' jji m.ituigcN : Mildred Heischmidt, Cyntliia Swans )n CircuUfio n ilalj : Joyce Rosenblatt. Alfred Glenn, Mildred Heischmidt, Roger De Young. Jane Cooksy, Jacquline Stormer, Martin Berutti 271 Connie Minnich. editor Technograph The lUinois Techiiogrciph, the student publica- tion of the College of Engineering, is published eight times yearly. The Tecbnogrjpb presents articles of interest to engineering students concern- ing technical and industrial dcxelopnients. The TcchiiOi riTph staff functions as an organi- zation in sponsoring engineering activities in co- operation ith Engineering Council. Copies of the Techi ogriiph are sent to high schools throughout the state and to most of the engineering colleges in the nation. Top row: Dwight Moberg. Richard Spalding. Robert Johnson, Robert Schrader. Eric Agaard. Robert Hardin Second row: E onald Sweet. Elwood Schmidt. William Black. Jack Ullman. Robert Lawtence. Suzanne Wahlstrom Bollom roif: William Anderson. Edmund Lozano. Gene Blanyer. Connie Minnich. John Huber. Richard Choronzy, Dean Felton Not in panel: David Cash, Joseph Enrietto, Henry Kalapaca, Clarence Niebow. George Ratz. Henry Spies, Thomas Tucker, Charles Wade. Charles Fitz- gerald. Richard Kenna, Marvin Ehlers 272 j.n.k AMcrson. businesi m.iuugcr ini Rural Observer Charles Marshall, editor The ' « Rural Observer is a semi-nionthl - newspaper published by students in agriculture and home economics. This is the paper ' s first ear on campus. It replaced the Illinois Agriculturist, a magazine published b - students since 1890. The paper acquaints the faculty and students with each other ' s activities. It also carries college news to farmers, farm and home ad isors, and voca- tional agriculture teachers throughout the state. It gives students in agricultural journalism a practical laboratory publication. This year ' s staff is composed of Charles Mar- shall, editor; William Young, inviager; Jack Al - derson, business manager; Evelyn Smith, ivoinen s editor; Lorna Springer, assistant ivo7 eii ' s editor; and Arthur Pille, circulation manager. Top row: Irvin Bunn. ' ayne Whitehead. Orville Dickhaut. Laurel Richter, Delbert Jackson Second row: Lorna Springer, Winifred Stone, Caryl Towsley, Arthur Pille, Roberta Smith. Viva Moody Bottom row: Evelyn Smith, Margie Groves, Winoa Leseure, Earlene Collins. Martha Prather 273 ini Publishing Company .1 Mi.yct, ch hiank Senger, general manager l jul McMichael, business manager The mini Publishing Company is a corporation charrered by the State of Illinois for the purpose of printing, publishing, and distributing all official student publications. The conipan is under the di- rection of Professor Cecil .Moyer, chairman of the Board of Control; Paul McAlichacl, compan ' busi- ness manager, and Frank 15. Senger. Jr., general manager. Four faculty members and four students serve in the corporation without compensation. Students are nominated by the Student Senate, elected by the board, and serve a t vo- ear term. Facult ' members are appointed h) the President of the University upon recommendation by the Dean of Students, and serve four ear terms. The Board acts as a financial control group and appoints the senior editors and managers of student publications. The compan currentK publishes The Daily llliiii, the ; Riiiiil Ohscrvcr, the lllio, and the Illinois Techiiograph. mini BoarJ nj Control: Frank Schooley, Ardis Miller, Cecil Moyer, Joyce D.ew, Manning Sell, Robert Cole, Jessie Heathman 274 Photographic Staff Howard W ' edelstaedt, photo chief James Winston, assistant photo chief The mini Publishing Company nuiintains its own photographic staff that takes pictures for Uni- versit - student publications: the lUio, The Daily mini, the Tcchiiograph, tlie Rural Observer, and the Trader. The 1951 staff, which was directed by- Howard Wedelstaedt, first semester photo chief; Edward ojtas, second semester photo chief; and James ' inston, assistant photo chief, had its office and darkroom in tlic basement of Illini Hall. The photographers provide their own cameras. but receive the rest of their supplies and equipment from the Illini Publishing Company . The photo- graphic staff works in conjunction with the edi- torial staffs of the individual publications to pro- duce better yearbooks, newspapers, and magazines through the use of photographs. The 1950 staff inaugurated a program of training for prospec- tive staff members. photo staff — Top tow: Wayne Welk, Ralph Zuccarello, Richard Clohecy, George Duensing, Edward Wojtas Bottom row: Robert Roper, Joseph Milani, Robert Patterson 275 M Left: Jo Anne Eades, aantunt genenil manager; Robert Mallary, general manager Senior managers — Above: Richard Schimmeipfeng, Charlotte Vogt. Otto Bouc, Joyce Bresee, Harriet Weller Theatre Guild The mini Theatre Guild offers ample op- portunity to gain responsibility and recogni- tion on campus to students interested in any phase of dramatic arts. The (juild carries on an intensive program of theatre experience through its major productions and its various workshops. It offers opportunity not only to actors but also to those interested in design, construction, costuming, publicity, or busi- ness. New members of the Guild alternate be- tween these various stage crews in order to gain experience in all fields. Senior managers: Phyllis Welsh, Kenneth Darre, Kent Westrate, Ajean Tornello, Virginia Kraabel Theatre guild aisociate managers — Top row: Jean Middlemas. Dorothy Leslie. Leona Sarton, George Nelson, Virginia Polzin. William North, Lois Kram, Virginia Schneck. Priscilla Ueberrhein Bottom row: Marilyn Helm, Diane Davis, Joan Pixley, Joann Friede, Patricia Nickell, Sara Davison Not in panel: Allen Andrews, James Van Delinder. Phyllis Bereolas. Thomas Brown, Norma Jasper. James Jensen. Robert Painter, Joan Ranee, Dorothy Rich. Charles Wiedling 276 Thealn Ruild hoard— Top row: Richard Schiramelpfeng, Cameron Gullette. Joseph Scott, Karl Wallace Bottom rou ' . William North. Jo Anne Eades. secretary. ■ Robert Mallary, chairman : Noreen Zaks, Scott Bohon Theatre guild frojeisional Hag: Webster Smalley. Mary Arbenz, Clara Behringer. Raymond O ' Neill The executive authority of the Guild is vested in a board of directors while the organ- izational structure is based on three levels of managerial positions: student staff managers, associates, and assistants. This year the Guild presented seven major productions selected from both contemporary and classical sources. There are three t pes of workshops: the actor ' s M ' orkshop hich gives additional acting and directing experience to more advanced members in the Guild, a show- case workshop hich is a proving ground for novice actors, and a workshop for the per- formance of plays written by students. The Guild also presents a series of contemporary plavs for the Festival of Contemporary Arts. Theatre guild profe„wm,l stag — Beloiv: Charles Shattuck. Joseph Scott. Ludwig Lorner, Ruth Hauck Right: Morris Bogard, Genevieve Richardson, John McMullen, Raymond Gasper 277 " Much Ado About Nothing " " Wingless Victory " Theatre Guild " Doa ' t We All " ii«U?ini " %i 1 . y ' t I ■ ' The Medium " IV Theatre Guild " The Good Woman of Setsuan " " The Philadelphia Story " 1 I i I illl ;.v ' ■ p ' ' ■ ' ' B H ; ' B fl . i 1 4 ' f . r-T ' S - i«-«.Tp , - te i ' . 1 i. ' SS l -i -J " Publicity cmmittee Theatre Guild Mixing paint Office hiiurs s Rl , M ; SMOI-,INi. I r- (p -Kf 1 Construction crew Fitting costumes Theatre Guild Construction crew Kathryn Clark, cn-m.nhi i- William Shepherd, co-m.ir jgei Star Course The Universin- of Illinois Star Course presents a series of concerts featuring famous musical artists and professional entertainers in the field of music, dance, and drama. A well-rounded and varied pro- gram is planned with the object of encouraging cul- tural advancement. Star Course is operated by students, but the Concert and Entertainment board, a group of 12 student-facult) directors, controls all finances, makes final decisions concerning the selection of artists, supervises the appointment of stafl mem- bers, and determines policies. Star Course is con- ducted on a non-profit basis. The student members of the board are selected by the Student Senate, and the facult members are appointed bv the president of the University. Student managers handle Star Course activities. Freshmen stafi members serve as ushers. This job not onl - gives freshmen a good start on one of the major activities on campus, but also gives them an opportunity to attend many of the concerts while serving in their capacit)- as ushers. " cSr- f Surt rSS ' l : -. Z h X :;;;; ' " ' - - ' - ■ - " - " - ' -n. ot ,0,. K.ype., P„f. George 282 Jutiior mtwagerj : Lyle Schertz, Mary Jane Fouts Sophomores may become sophomore managers; their duties involve handhng much of the office work sucli as preparing sales letters, assisting with ushering and taking tickets at the concerts, and learning about the workings of Star Course. Eight junior managers are selected from among qualified sophomore managers. These managers sell tickets, arrange for publicity ' , keep man of the records, entertain artists, and make all arrange- ments necessary to present a concert. These eight junior managers maintain regular office hours dur- ing school sessions and are responsible for directing the work of the sophomore staff. From among the junior managers, two senior managers are selected on the basis of outstanding service. These two managers are the over-all direc- tors of Star Course. The - work with the board and help formulate the general policies. The senior managers work out plans and budgets which pro- vide the working pattern for the entire organiza- tion. )iiniar managen : David Gullette, Catherine Braun, Wayne Elliott Junior managen: Dean Bussart, Donna Bonar 283 wlj „„. r t- ' " - ' " w " " " i. ' " " ' J " ' ' " Marshall William Coney. Robert Randall, Robert Schrader. Robert Mever B«„ i rZ ' - Kfn. h " H. " ? " - J T " J ' " , ' ? ' " c- Constance Ogan, Ann Pryor. Sh.rley Armstrong. Eleanor Allen. James Derem.ah. lohn Williams Bwt hlll ' ■ " • " " " " ' ' ' ' " " ' ' ■° " ' " ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' " " ' ' Parthemer. Marianne Halfpenny. Joan Howa d " . Valene Ramey Betty Sophomore Managers ' ■ ' ' ;n, " •E ire ' IS. " Lgeni " TaylorHo,{w I ' ubeT " ' ' ' " " " ' ' ' " " ' ' ' ' " " ' " " " " ' ° ' ' " ' " " ' " ' " ' ' " ° ' ' ' - " " • ' ' - " " ' ' ' ° " " J ' ' ' " ' ' - RoZt Zr- R ' jfrl ' " " " i-- ' ' ' " ' Bf alcer Dianne Mathre. Gladys Whynot, Carol Hondlik. Sandra Cohon. Sallie Pragg. Dolores Lapaitis Jane Lee Rice ■ Kapraun. R,ta Hvans. sh.rley Locke. Myrian Baker. Joan Bruder, Frances Dunn. Judith Lindftrom, Janie Rendieman Mar? Louise 284 Star Course 285 Star Course 286 Star Course Frances Yeend Fritz Heitman Szymon Goldberg 287 Paul Young director Joseph Albertson. director Joseph Allen, director University Choir This year was one of great growth and achieve- ment for the campus choral groups. In several in- stances the size of the choruses was the greatest in the history of the University. The University Choir, fornierh ' known as the A Cappella Choir, presented fine concerts of a wide variety of music both on campus and through- out the state. Along ' ith tiie Oratorio Society, the University Choir appeared under the guest direc- tion of Paul Hindemith, world-renown composer. In conjunction with prominent soloists and the Uni ersity S niphony orchestra, the Oratorio So- ciety, newly organized this year, presented Hay- dn ' s " The Creation " and Bach ' s " .Mass in B Alinor " . The UniversitN " Chorus presented cantatas by ' aughan A ' illiams, Bach, Brahms, and Haydn. Always a campus favorite, the Men ' s Glee Club reached a new high in membership and made nu- merous appearances, including a Christmas concert with the ' omen ' s Glee Club and a successful toiu: of the state. In addition to the Christmas concert, the Women ' s Glee Club made other campus con- cert appearances, presenting selections drawn from both the old masters and contemporary composers. Membership in the campus choral groups is open to all persons connected with the University. Try- outs are held at the beginning of each semester to select members. Sopraftus: Lenore Corpuel, Dolores Kostka, Phyllis Murphy, Leslie Nixon, Gloria Ruffin, Virginia Gardner. Norma J isper, Patricia Larsen, Joy Lundberg, Gail Michael, Rosalie Montrose, Barbara Nicely, Ann Pryor, Marilyn Welsch, Janet White, Marilyn Petterson Altos: Phyllis Anderson, Ruth Stroud, Barbara Parks, Lois Frederick. Norma Dyck, Judy Powell, Barbara Lowry, Ann Lichteowalter, Barbara Burgess, Irene Theodore, Gwen Ne wbauer, Fern Hodge, Lee Parker, Doris Vaienta, Frances Frye. Alma Henley Tenors: Carl Carter, John Gritton, Willie Marion, Charles Clarke, Daniel Nachtmann, James Bailey, Jerry Schniepp, Howard Reep, Donn Martin, Ronald Moeckel, James Campbell Basses: William Burnett, Albert Lundgren, Joel Rosenbloom, William Collins, Joseph Reinhardt, Richard Boubelik, Kenneth Macdonald, Burton Ericson, Car! Radke, Douglas Noll, Herbert Gibson, Jack Rieke, Meredith Cox 288 v- r Sopranos: L, Allen, V. Antimonik, J. App, J. Belyea. J. Belyea, B. Berry, J, Blount, F. Brown, H. Carper. M. Clark, C. Covey. S. Deusch, J. Dillavou. V. Dillavou, J. Donaldson, E. Dowling, D. Dusenberry. B. Dwight, E. Faust, C. Gemin, D. Gilian, F. Gourley, G. Good, V. Good, F. Goy, D. Hagen, J. Holt, B. Hood. P. Hoover, B. Hull, M. Ivers, B. Jackson, A. Kempers, G. Laitala. L. Madow. V. Marconi, M. Mayeda, Mrs. T. Merlo, M. Messner, A. Miller, S. Mills. B. Mitchell, J. Pence, V. Player, A. Pryor. M. Roberts, R. Schrock. P. Schwartz, B. Schycker, P. Seymour, C. Shoff, S. Story. F. Stravinsky. R. Unteed, L. White Altos: P. Alden, S. Anderson. C. Bachman, N. Barrow. C. Brockmeier, B. Bunn, D. Gender, B. Chrysler, N. Claypool, R. Clore, E. Dempsey, F. Dunn, L. Dusenberry, N. Dyck, M. Felton, V. Fmder, C. Finifrock, E. Finney, D. Gemberling. M. L. Hedgcock, A. Henley, L. Johnson, E. Jones, C. Kirk. A. Koger, J. Lokke. E. Matthews, E. Miller. E. Morton, P. Mueller, N. Murvin, L. Parker. G. Petersen, R. Pifer, D. Purvis, L. Robe, V. Sargent, R. Sheehan, P. Sherman. E. Shurtleff, J. Thomas, B. Trankle. H. Wmtield. C. Wolfe. J. Woods Tenors: J. Albertson. J. Allen, R. Cays, M. Crossland, L. Davidson, C. Drumheller, D. EUer, D. Erlewine, J. Fulton, D. Goff, E. Good, B. Heggemeier, H. Johnson, J. Keys, K. Klockau, I. Kosinski, D. Pearce, S. Rahn, W. Reeses, H. Sailor, D. Schoenrock, I. Simon, J. Smith, S. Spiegeelman, D. Surowiec, E. Swadley, R. Wade. D. Wolfe Basses: T. Bell, D. Bergsttom. J. Born. H. Brearley. W. Burnett, D. Coleman. B. Collins, J. Decker, C. Dziedzioch, R. Edwards. R. Evans. S. Frank, D. Grace, D. Groves, E. Hnjtman, E. Hugehins. I. Iben. R. Kidder. D. Linton. R. MacLeod, P. McKettrick. G. Matthews. D, Mehlenbacher, T. Morgan. N. Owen. H. Padgitt. H. Parmenter, . Pavlin. C. Radke. B. Rankin, G. Rhodes. W. Richards. J. Rzepecki, D. Spille. J. Thoman, H. Thompson, S. Warshausky, J. Williams, R. Viood Accompanist: B. Parks Oratorio Society University Chorus Sopranos: L. Allen. E. Atkin, F. Brown, P. Cavan. C. Davis, B. Dwight. M. Erdman, J. Gocpfert. M. Goldben, J, Grieger, C. Hall. M. Heischmidt, B. Hood. J. Hudson, L. Innes, L. Jolinson. M. Jones, L. Kaiser, A. MacKenzie, M. Mayeda, Mrs. T. Merlo, M. Messner, C. Nelson, M. Roberts, B. Sikes, H. Steinberg, S. Swank. B. Work, B. Yankwich Altos: A. Ball. M. Barlow, M. Block. B. Buford. B. Bunn, R. Butler, R. Calimese, J. Dehm, M. Felton, E. Finney. M. Fisher, V. Fisher. D. Gemberling. C. Gerdes, R. Hagen, R. Harroun, H. Hayes. H. Hines, E. Hones, F. Kaffel, D. Lutchka, B, McCrimmon, P. McGee, L. Merzian, J. Morell, E. Morton, P. Norton, S. Payne. E. Root. B. Wehrly. U. Weise. G. Williams Tenors: J. Albertson, W. Anderson, G. Belfi, D. Brichford. R. Butler, W. Carter. C. Clauser. J. Couillard, H. Goldman, H. Gregor, H. Jacobowitz, M. Johnson, J. Menz, A. Michal. E. Richman, H. Roderick. L Simmon, G. Swartz, E. Warrick Basses: L. Atkin, L. Borok. R. Brown, G. Churukian, R. Crider, S. Dillavou, F. Fechtner, F. Fishman. R. Garcia. J, Glasson, T. Gordon, R. Hansberger, J. Hartman. T. HoIIoway, R. Hybert, I. Iben, B. Keesal, E. Kidera, C. Krumhardt, L. LefTers, P. McKittrick, H. Miller, J. Neal. D. Pennington, H. Pratt. B. Ramsey, J. Ranson, K. Ricks, T. Ross, P. Smith. R. Smith, B. Stebel, J. Strong, W. Umfleet, E, Weise, H. Williams. P. Yankwich Accompanist: P. McKittrick ► V0f w L .-f K v« Fiisl tenon: Carol Carter, Charles Cassey, John Fulton, John Gritton, Hewitt Hafer, Roger Hansen. Donald Houpt, Lewis Hubbard. James Hurt, Edward Jones, Richard Koebler. John Mainey, Willie Marion, Ronald Menson. Neal Parmenter, Harlan Saiinr. George Searls, Joseph Walker Second tenon: John Anderson, George Angus, Lyle Aten, Charles Banks. James Batton, Samuel Buck. Robert Cays, Donald Dillie, John Fanning, Robert Garrels, William Griffiths, Richard Jolls. John Kiest, Albert Lundgren. Kenneth MacDonald, Nurman Madison, Donn Martin, Donald Nelson, Terence Quirke, Harold Ray, Walter Ross. Paul Scharfenberg, Jerald Schniepp, James Scott, Robert Smith, William Willcox pnst basses: Clyde Barth. Richard Boubelik. DeVerne Coleman, Homer Dalbey. James Decker, George Duensing, Lerov Duncan, Charles Dunn, Charles Joley. Robert King, Ronald Lange, John Malone, Charles O ' Neal. Frederick Ottinger. Howard Padgitt. Jerry Ramsey. Robert Randall, Louis Ratzesberger, Joseph Reinhardt. Richard Rieger. Richard Stone. Richard Sweet, John Swickard, Richard Theis. Leland Thompson, Robert Wilson Second basses: Laddy Barron. Donald Bohrer. Wayne Breese. James Brill. William Collins, Herbert Gibson, Robert Hedgcock. Charles Jefferson, Larry Kettlekamp. Frank Lakey. Marlin Patterson, Ivan Pavlin, Jack Rieke, Myron Singer, James Small, James Smithy Aciompdnist : Herbert Bielawa Don Dickey, Charles Doak, William Duensing. Burton Ericson. Donald Linton, John Marshall, John Mueller, James Norman, Philip Trimble, Robert Wood Men ' s Glee Club Women ' s Glee Club First sopTiinos: Nedra Amerman. Janice Brethorst, Jill Brunnemeyer. Karin Clafford. Barbara Foster. Marcia Goldben, Gloria Goldman, Florence Goy, Dorothy Hagen, Mary Jackson, Leslie Janes, Cherie Lyford, Mary Miller. Betty Mills, Jane Reed. Betsy Stephan Second sopranos: Minnie Bradley, Mariana Byerly, Virginia Davis, Doris Dusenberry, Joanne English, Jessie Green. Barbara Guy, Carolyn Hedberg, Barbara Hodgin. Joan Holin, Barbara Hood. Nancy Jackson, Shirleyann Jones, Suzanne Kurrus, Alice Moerchen, Germania Muenzer, Ann Parker, Ann Roe, Barbara Stewart, Marian Stewart Annette Wood. Susan W«jods Altos: Beverly Black. Willedettc Bnx. Jean Carr, Shirley Cartman. Shelly Chase. Afrodite Konstans, Susan Loving, Julie MacKnight, Thera Palko. Lee Parker. Nancy Popel, Dulcena Pufvi.s, Joan Samson, Nancy Seith. Ruth Smoot. Mary Tappero, Carolyn Travis, Suzanne Turner. June NX ' eiland, Ann Weltzien .M ■ ' " S By IBlP m- m s li - pl| jL tad) J ' !« fl Af! VA 11 n K? 15 ' ' ' 1 ' ' L . .- - mf ' " " ' ' isil fc. " " •B - " p: ■ f vi Miritiin .. -- - % 290 The Univcrsit) ' of Illinois Sinfonicrta, number- ing about tliirt ' -h c pla ers, is one of the L ' nivcr- sirv ' s top instrunK-ntal groups. Membership in this organization is limited to the most advanced play- ers on the undergraduate and graduate levels, ex- cluding frcslimen. 1 his organization is a highly mobile unit since one of its important functions is to stimulate and encourage tiie performance and enjoN ment of fine music throughout the state of Illinois. 1 his car tiie Sinfonietta has performed appro. imatel fifteen concerts for high school students, mainh ' in the northern section of the state. Besides presenting concerts the members of the orchestra conduct clinic sessions for the students. This ear, in addition to its regular fall concert on the campus, the Sinfonietta performed with the distinguished Polish iolinist Sz) nion Goldberg on the Star Course. During March and April the Sin- fonietta will join the University S niphony orches- tra in two special Contemporary Arts Festival concerts to be conducted by Paul Hindemith, world famous composer, and Rafael Kubelik, con- ductor of the Chicago Symphon orchestra. Bernard Goodman, conductor Sinfonietta first violins: Peggj ' Stone. Raymond Williams, Robert Snyder, Mrs. Jose Otis. Mynan Baker. William Kray. Faye Goldstein, Mrs. Martha Wendt Second liolins: Frank Pytlik, Nancy Rynearson, Constance Ogan. Caroline Whitehead. Lois Ritchie, Lois Heywood Violas: Catherine Peterson, Arnuld Brown. George Andrix. Robert Zarbock, Robert Neill Violoncellos : Gerald Snyder, Dorothy Lundgren, Margaret Miles, Norma Jean Van Ness, Alien Gove String basses: Thomas Fredrickson, Da id Moore, Rachel Shells Flute: Andrew Mikita Oboes: Jack Gloecr. Dimald Heffner Bassoons: Russdl Pugh, Robert Knper French horns: Jv)hn Howe, Peter Eckert 291 University Orchestra The University of Illinois S niphony orchestra, numbering approxiniatcl ' eighty players, ranks with the best college and university orchestras in • the countr -. .Membership in this organization is open to any student who can qualify as well as to nspeople and faculty members from the Uni- versit)- at large. The orchestra pla s standard masterpieces of symphonic literature and a good share of contem- poran ' music as well. This ear, in addition to its regular fall concert, the University Symphony orchestra performed the Beethoven Violin Con- certo with Szymon Goldberg, the noted Polish violinist, on a Star Course concert. During .March and April the orchestra members will ha e the privilege of playing under two well-known musi- cians of our day — Paul Hindemith, the world- reno ' ned compcser; and Rafael Kubelik, the new- conductor of the Chicago S ' mphony orchestra. A new addition to the orchestra ' s activities will be introduced this spring when a formal evening concert w ill be given featuring senior and graduate music students in solos with orchestral accompani- ment. Student soloists for this program will be chosen b ' competition, and a faculty auditioning committee will name the inners. Another University orchestra that provides orchestral training is the University of Illinois Orchestra II. The function of Orchestra II is two- fold. It serves, on the one hand, as a training ground for music students who will later take their place as members of the more advanced musical groups on campus. It also provides an opportunity for students in all departments of the University to supplement their studies with some active partici- pation in music-making. The personnel of the orchestra includes not only students from all colleges of the University but also faculty members and townspeople as well. During the current year Orchestra II has played music by such present-day masters as Hoist, ' au Thn illiams, and Hindemith. First violim : Peggy Stime. RaymonJ Williams, George Andrix, Jose Otis. William Kray, Myrian Baker. Faye Goldstein, Connie Ogan, Beth Martin, Martha Wendt, Lois Heywood, Michael Eitel , Second tiolins: Nancy Rynearson, Phyllis Mortland. Lois Ritchie. Carolyn Whitehead, Edward VC ' ilcox, Miriam Workman, Rosemary Tooley, Carthur Criss, Artiiur Savitt. Grace Beckett. Richard Boston. Patricia Ricklet ' s, Nancy McCarty, Natalia Kochan, Louise Dusenberry Violiu: Catherine Peterson. Arnold Brown. Robert Zarbock, Frank Pytlik, Robert Neill. Ann Heitkotter, Miriam Slifktn Violoncellos : Gerald Snyder, Dorothy Lundgren, Margaret Miles, Norma Jean Van Ness, Allen Gove, Audine Lang, Martha Quallich. Gwenn Jones, Clarence Iverson String basses: Thomas Fredrickson, David Moore, Rachel Shells, Bruce AUrree, Ralph Swingholf Flutes: Marilyn Hindsley, Andrew Mikita, Rita Evans, Bonnie Masslich Oboes: Jack Gloger, Don Hefner Clarinets: Keith McCarty, Jack Geese, Richard Weerts, Martin Rosenwasser Bassoons: Russell Pugh. Robert Koper Horns: ' illiam Michael. Paul Vance. Peter Eckert, Jack Howe, David Habley Trumpets: Alden Josey. Richard Katnin, Jacqueline Eadie Trombones : Daniel Forrest, Charles Rogers, Gordon Palmer Tuba: William Mortis Timpani: Robert Bankert Percussion: Donovan Olson. William Clark, Helene Loeb, Jack Mackenzie 292 Robert Adams, Robert Baile. Robert Bankcrt. Burton Bates, Kenneth Bloomquist, Carol Brasure, Ethel Brown. Howard Brust, Allan Carpenter, Oathur Car- penter, Frances Carter. Vincent Chorne, Joanne Chorpening, Perry Chulnck. William Clark, Ralph Council. Richard Dennis, Hohn During, LeRoy Duncan, Jacquelyn Eadie, Nnrman Emmerich, Sally Emnch, Marshall Enckson, Rita Evans, Donald Fatheree, Earl Flanagan. Daniel Forrest, Horace Frederick, Jack French, Jacob Fuchs. Ted Garrison, Jack Gloger, Lawrence Gnagey, Charles Gordon, Frances Gourley, John Guse. Dave Habley, Don Hefner, John Hess, Neil Hilvety, Marilyn Hindsley, James Hobbs, John Howe, Marvin Howe, Thomas Jones, Alden Josey, Richard Kamm. Edward Karlovsky, Leonard Kennard, William Killian, Everett Kisinger, Leonard Koetter, jerry Kolar. Robert Koper. Shirley Locke, Marilyn Luther, Darrell McCarty, Austin Mc- Dowell, Jack AtcKenzie. JoAnne Makris. Richard Matteson. Don Memler, Andrew Mikita, David Moore. William Morris, Robert Mulhausen. William Myrick, Robert Neill. Van Nicolai. Ruby Nyenhuis. Eldon Oyen, Marion Pais. Gordon Palmer. Donald Paul. Lawrence Petz, Paul Price, James Pritchard. Russell Pugh. Donald Rahn. John Rinaldo. Margaret Robbins. Charles Rogers, Martin Rosenwasser. James Russell, Donald Schnepper, Leon Schnepper. Franz Schubert, Richard Schwalbe, Haskell Sexton. Ray Shawl, Edwin Smith, Gerald Snyder, Lyman Starr. Wesley Stelzriede, Edwin Stone. John Swickard. John Thoman. VC ' ayne Thomas, Ross Titus, George Townsend, David Tucker. Thomas Tucker, David Van Doren, Paul Vance, Donald Ward, Arthur ' .isik. Richard Weerts, Annette Wood, Robert Yung. William Ziegler Concert Band The University of Illinois Concert Band has set a high standard of symphonic band per- formance in the college field. This standard has been achieved and maintained through the expert direction and interpretation of Director Emeritus A. A. Harding and Mark H. Hinds- ley. The organization and perfection of the Concert Band is the highest of the University of Illinois Bands. Also adding to its fame is its library, which includes the entire librar ' of the late John Philip Sousa and the symphonic tran- scriptions of Dr. Harding. Among the yearh activities of the Concert Band are the Sousa Memorial program; the Annual Band Clinic, which is held for the educational benefit of college and high school directors from all over the nation; the Anni- versar - Concert in March; the President ' s Concert; regular radio broadcasts over AMLL; twilight concerts; and graduation exercises. The Concert Band also gives concerts for high schools and otiier institutions throughout the state. Mark Hindsley, director 293 Everett Kisinger, ditecto University Bands are composed of three separate units. One of these units is the First Regimental Band directed by Everett D. Kis- inger. Around this band is built the famous University of Illinois A ' l arching Band seen at all football games. At the end of football season the band becomes a concert organiza- tion which presents a series of concerts each year. Thus over the year its members receive interesting and varied musical experience. Band members receive advanced training through special sectional rehearsals. As they develop top standards of playing ability, they have opportunities for promotion to the Con- cent Band as replacements for graduating members. At the Annual Band Clinic the band becomes a laboratory for band directors from all over the nation. Here the band reads, for criticism, unreleased music scores which pub- lishers have submitted. The band participates in twilight concerts and on broadcasts over radio station WILL. It also functions at im- portant military ceremonies. First Regimental Band David Anderson. Harlan Anderson, Loren Anderson, Phyllis Anderson, Rober Marilyn Block. James Burhek. Don Bornholdt. William Boyer, Herbert B Campbell. Howard Carson. Charles Cassey, Mike Colgrass, George Conlee Ntarjorie Fry, Dmothy Gemberling, Charlene Geminn. Gerald Gitfin, Mar rich. William Henebry. William Holden. Donovan Hough. Charles Howell Morgan Jones. Sherwood Kains, Paul Kermicle. Wesley Knight. Richard K IJttell, Duane Loofbourrow, Louis Lowenstein, William McClure, Fred Mc Mascal. Elsie Mayleth, Dorothy Meek. John Mersereau. John Neeley, Rob Pierre Petit, Herbert Pettersen, Eugene Pluzay, Rose Psota. Paul Rainey, Ro Wayne Richards. William Richards, Betty Rosen. Arnold Rosenthal. Leo S John Scheidenhelm, John Schmidt. Norman Schmitt, Robert Schroeder, Fr ert Smith, Margaret Somers. Carol Stewart. August Storr, Roger Swank. R Tassell, Lawrence Vri m.in, J.imc; W.i,qS " ner, Kenneth Walter. Richard W t Bailey, Leonard Behling, Mary Barlow. Howard Benjamin. Ralph Bennorth, rantley, James Bright, Robert Brown. Charles Bruder. Gail Buckmaster, David , Ivan Davis, Loren Day, Theodore Dolan, Douglas Farr, Sheldon Frank. shall Goidt)n. Robert Graham. J ihn Greenleaf, Jack Handley. Russell Heiden- , Carl Huffman, William Hug, Susan Jennings. Eric Johnson. Robin Johnston, umpt, Billv Lankenau, Jay Larson. Maynard Levin. Wallace Lieberman. Sheldon CoUough, John McCormac, John Malone, David Mann, Rudolph Marovec. Paul ert Norlander. Joan Norris. William Norvell. Donovan Olson, Donovan Pearce. bert Rasmussen, Harold Ray. Ralph Reiner, John Rentschler. Wilber ReVeal, abien. Robert Sanders, Howard Sandlund. Don Scharfenberg. Paul Scharfenberg. ank Sekera. Loyd Settle. Patricia Seymour Wayne Sempson. Everett Smith, Rob- obert Swerman. Jack Tebbcnhntf, John Torrillo. Gerald Valier, Vance Van asson, Gordon Whittieid, Darrell Wiley, Robert Wingard, Lowell Woodstock .f-iltfS?. S f L 294 Sfcliin B: Samuel Bleier. Edward Brockmcier, Wilham Burnett. John Challas, John Clayton. Robert Cowan. Robert Curtis.s. J.ihn Dicker Donald Edwards Robert Hayward. John Helper. Charles Jordan, John Kelley. Charles Lekbcrg. Marion Mazur. Harold Nettleship, Dow Nichol William Nichols Dale Ogden, Gene Philbrick, David Pierce, Garland Riley. James Scott. William Seltzer. William Sievekins. James Snelling. Norman Spratt Wriliam Vespa Wayne Wclk. William Wells. George Wcndt. Robert Zarbock Setltoti A: Donald Archer, Gerald Bachman, Donald Baird. Lynn Belford. Joan Bliss. John Bliss. Al Bowland, Charles Bowsher, Jack Bowsher Karl Bnx George Buenger. Ralph Butler, LaVerne Cassens. Richard Chcsnut. Lee Cook. Fred Cooper. Norman Davis. Charles Doak. Thore Edgren Janies Erkman Dan Eller, John Fanning. Douglas Farr. James Finley. Robert Fosnaugh. Richard Gramann. Arthur Gray. John Greenwood. James Hill. George Hockman. John Hojem. Reid Holmstrom, Donald Jensen. Donald Elmar Jensen. Gerald Kien, Donald Kinert, Charles King, Donn Klingler, Ai ' vin Krell Kenneth Krischer, Gerald Leavitt. ORay Liechti, Austin Lindley. Roy Loucks, Randall Mann. Nick Mazurane. Richard Moody. Ted Morrison, Robert Nelson Neil Perington. James ReVeal, Jerry Rhodes. Walter Ross, Robert Schennum. Delmar Scoonover, Ira Shaffer. Robert Simon. Lee Siple Robert Smith ' Robert L. Smith. Roland Snyder, Sidney Stutz. Thomas Sullins, Chellis Taylor. Leah Mac Truxell. Doyle Webb, Martin Whited Emerson Wineman Jerry Wright. John Young Second Regimental Band The Second Regimental Band performs the important task of training future members of the Concert and First Regimental Bands. It is con- ducted b L nian Starr and is divided into two sections, A and B. The members of the Second Regimental Band are mosth- underclassmen. Each year several members are selected to aug- ment the regular Football Band at the Homecoming and Dads Da - games. Other activities of the band include playing for pep rallies, furnishing march- ing music at inilitar ' ceremonies and formations, performing new publications at the annual Band Clinic, presenting an annual formal concert dur- ing the Twilight Concert series, and playing for radio broadcasts over station WILL. Lyman Starr, director 295 Football Marching Band The Universit - of Illinois Football Band is one of the finest and largest marching, playing, and singing organizations of its kind. For over a quarter of a century this group has been entertaining Illini football spectators with outstanding formations and harmonious arrangements of both concert and popular luusic. In 1950, under the direction of Everett Kisinger, the Marching Illini exhibited several new arrange- ments. Among them cre some concert feature numbers; these included: " Rumbalero, " " Walls of Jerico, " and " Lad of Spain. " They also presented " Over the Rainbow " in a cappella choir style. The band presented " .Mr. Touchdow n U.S.A. " a month before the music was published. . t the Ohio State game the band ga e a parody on Ohio State ' s marching st le to " Across the Field. " The band traveled to Michigan this year for their out of state game and performed in a 3. ' mile per hour snow storm. Members of the Concert, First Regimental, and Second Regimental bands make up the .Marching Band. This musical team goes through a work week of over 1 100 man hours in order to thrill Illini fans. mrjE||;iMM.i S3 SE5!PS S5 Scholastic Honoraries Clubs and Societies Military Organizations Religious Activities A ,-,v,i i ; -:r ' • " k ' ■ R NIZATIONS Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Ganinia Sigma is the national honor so- cietN ' for outstanding students in the school of commerce. It was organized at the Universit of Illinois on February 26, 1913. The membership is limited to those men and w omen wh o rank in the upper t o per cent of the senior class. These stu- dents are selected through an election held by the active student and faculty members. Election to Beta Gamma Sigma is based on promise of marked success in each member ' s chosen field. Since its beginning. Beta Gamma Sigma has expanded nationally until today there are 52 chap- ters located in the leading educational institutions throughout the countr) . Their colleges and univer- sities make up the American Association of Col- legiate Schools of Business. Its alumni group num- bers more than fifteen thousand and includes man ' leadiny: businessmen and mdustnalists. STUDENT MEMBERS: Louis Audi William Beatty Dorothea Brash Bernstein Howard Bernstein Thomas Buck Max Burcl y Nolen Craver Vern Doehler Paul Doebel Richard Eriey Dale Fieldcamp William Georgeson Charles Gibbs Virgil Goodrich Douglas Hager Dallas Hammond Jerome Hersh Dalton Hildreth Neil Hobbs Harold Houck Harold Jacobson Jean Koine Robert Kesler William Kesler Eugene Koch Marvin Leon Sam Levenson Milferd Lieberthal Dorothy Litherland Kenneth Matlock Roger McCulloch Harold Meinkoth Hugo Melvoin Joseph Mortimer Norman Nalefski Robert Newman Richard Paine Thomas Payne Richard Peterson Richard Romer Robert Riemensnider Harry Roethe Jack Ronchetto Howard Sobel Jerome Tenenboum Carl Wagner William Westerbeck Fred Wilson George Wilson Marshall Zissman HONORARY MEMBERS: Arthur Anderson Charles Cameron Edward Heidrich Wayne Johnston Oscar Mayer Graham McCorkle Louis Neumiller George Rosseter E. H. Volweiler William Wordall FACULTY MEMBERS: Prof. Arthur Anderson Prof. John Bell Prof. Ernest Bogart Dean Howard Bowen Gerald Brighton Prof. William Britton Prof. Pembroke Brown Emerson Cammack Prof. Kenneth Corlston Robert Cole Prof. Paul Converse Homer Crouse Lawrence Desmond Prof. Essel Diliovou Prof. Edward Filbey Prof. Dwight Flanders Prof. Charles Gaa Virgil Goodrich Prof. Horace Gray Prof. Paul Green Robert Hedges Orris Herflndahl Prof. Charles Hickman Harry Jacobs Harold Jacobson Charles Lawrence Dorothy Litherland Prof. Simon Litman Prof. A. C. Littleton Prof. Philip Locklin Richard Lundquist Prof. Robert Moutz Prof. Robert Mayer Prof. Joseph McConnell Prof. Robert Mehr Prof. Robert Mitchell Prof. Lloyd Morey Prof. Cecil Moyer Donald Neumann Prof. Hale Newcomer Prof. Frederic Russell Prof. Charles Schlatter Prof. Hiram Scovill Donald Skodden Prof. George Steiner Prof. Charles Stewart William Terrill Dean Charles Thompson Laurence Wade Prof. Nelson Wakefield Arthur Wyatt 300 ' l,.l- ■ :, -. .:■ ' . !■ . !■ Vv Hh.im xVdnci.ik. Anth..ny HlIxI. Wt-inci Pliilipi ' s.. ii , uu I.i.ik ' , J.iniLs Weiss, Edward Clark, Kun... I ..it Second " U-: Slicldun f iihii. Jnlin Greyer. Samuel Cohn, Lennard Davis, Ralpli Bniwn. Harl Ci le. Paul Wieland. Burton Goodman, Albert Miglin, prestUent Bottom row: Melvin Kcpp. Robert Gilson. Marvin Sosin, Evan Evans, William Bunting, Edmund Hercer. secretary: Frank Sengcr, adthor: Irwin Unger, treasun-r ; Arthur Hintz. ihf prisidtnt Alpha Delta Sigma IS a professional fraternity for advertising students Alpha Kappa Psi fosters research In commerce, accounts, and finance Top roil ' : Pmt. Hale Newtomher. R..bert Wank. Wilbur W ' alck, Dnuglas Reed, Glen Brolander. Dean Smith, Ernest Woodward, Prof. Paul Van Arsdell, William Tayloi. Charles Andrews. John Heuer, ' esley Harm, James Longest, Robert Kegley Second row: Alexander Bower, Harold Kieler. Robert Ulrich, Richard Miller. John Donahue, Sidney Stafford, William Niesen, William North, David Gullette, Lowell Twitchell, David Flanigan, Reginald Romine. Hale Newcomer, Arthur Cooksey Bottom row : Dean Bussart, Robert Finfrock, Richard Anderson, John Herder. Rnbert Tros t, sfcretary : Lyie Robbins, preudetit ; Clinton Cannon, rice president: Donald Storm, treasurtr: Kenneth Hoover. Townsend Blanchard, Howard Bagley. George Wood Not in panel: Walter Bartlett, Robert Bergland, Arnold Bland, Richard Blessman. Charles Countiss. James Davlin, William Duensing, Charles Gard- ner, Charles Graham, Thomas Hagan, Donald Houpt. George Jezek, Leland Kreid. Loren Krumwiede. William Lankenua, Gunvald Moen, Eugene Nick, Robert Riggms, Jtrry Rudman, Byron Thrope, William Wake, Scherrill Weichbrodt, Dickinson W ' iltz. Daniel Wollar 301 o ? i? :Ss44 ' 4 Top row: Janet Johnson, Barbara Hill. Sally Emrich. Joanna McBride. Margaret Pickard. Marnell Sheppard, Martha Meinecke. Nancy Waxier. Michele Kopstein. Helen Robnett. Sarah Thornton. Judith Heiman. Josephine App Second row: Jane Funkhouscr. Ellen Prodan, Miriam Arentsen. Patricia Wagner, Ella Walker. Marilyn Welsch, Wanda Bash, Eleanor Allen. Marjorie Boyle, Barbara Fedtir, Helen Brubaker, Ethel Karon, Adele Goldblatt Bottom row: Anne Potthast, Myra Podvoll. Pearl Schlalman. Ora Mae Welchcr, itci. .iO, Audrey McCubbin, lie.iiiii-r: Laura Donaghcr, prciiJenl : Janet White, Barbara Burnett, vice president; Louise Rosengard, Lorraine Cozza, Marilyn Worneldorlf, Marilyn Ehrlich All I L. J r li. encourages superior scholastic affain- Alpna LamDaa Uelia ment among freshmen women Alpha Sigma Nu promofes high scholarship and leadership in women ' s athletics Top row: Lorraine Frezza, Marcia Spaeth, Mildred Kurchitzer Bottom row: Jessie Fugita. Juanita Meunier, piestdent: Mildred Tupper, lice pn-iidtnt Not hi pjfiel : Marilyn Creath. sicretiny-treasurer : Alice Muschler :iiU:Vt 1. — -1 w- 4 ::■. ' -■ - - - - ■- " - ' Top row: Wiiliam HancDck. George Atteberry, Robert Edwards, Arthur Lappin. Floyd Lankenau, Willum Coon, Loy Miller, Lowell Sims, Max Sparks, Floyd Fuller Third rou- : John Pern. Dwight Ynckey, Eugene Bushong, Carl Kensil, Dean Paulsmeyer. William Griffiths, Roy Dillon. Glen Fensterman, Cedric Gowlcr, Ollie Myers, John Orcutt, James O ' Hara Second row: Roger Mohrman, Charles Hull, Rothell Buzzard, James Brooks, Bt)yd Henry, Warren Wessels, Derwood Bammann, Forrey Clay, Virgil Butler, Ronald Fowler Bottom Tiiw : Elmer Wilcox, secretary: George Hasenmyer, Clyde Files, Laurel Richter, second rice president; James Stewart, Marshall Scott, advisor; Elmer Schuchmann, first rice president; Eldon Chapman, president; Hobart Hinderliter. Marion Bateman |pnQ IQU lpnQ aids prospecfivefeachers of agriculture Alpha Zeta recognizes high scholarship and leadership in agriculture Top row: Roger M ' .hrman, Alvin Kobernus. Walter Lembke, Paul Koch, Donald Brakensiek. Gerald Stutf, Charles Marshall, treasurer; Marvin Nordmeyer, George Frelk, James Schlichting. Laurel Richter, Orville Dichhaut, scrtbe Second row: Burnell Bergquist. John Alderson, Dale Sliter. Donald Hunter, Ralph Taake, William Corzine. Charles Galbraith, Boyce Humphreys, Thomas Jennings, Dean Hopkins Bottom row : Eldnn (hapman, Merrill Ottwein, Raymond Mowers. Hobart Hinderliter, chancellor : Dean Paulsmeyer. Max Sparks, Russell Koster, Forrey Clay, ErroU Rodda, Donald Jaobs 303 Top row: Prof. Edward Breen, Dean Robert Dickey. Prof. Cecil Moyer, Prof. Lloyd Morey. Prof. Hale Newcomer Second row: Dalton Hildreth, Prof. Nelson Wakeheld, Samuel Levenson, Vernon Zimmerman. Prof. Robert Mautz. Prof. Charles Delong Bottom row: Lawrence Hamilton, treasurer; Arthur Cooksey. Norman Naleski, president; Harold Lawler, Thomas Buck. Richard Paine, secretary Not in panel: Robert Ahlquist. Prof. Heaton Baily. Gerald Brighton, Prof. Pembroke Brnwn, Prof. James Carrithers. Verne Daehler, Prof. Essel Dillavou, Prof. Charles Gaa. Virgil Goodrich. Prof. Horace Gray, Douglas Hager. Harry Jacobs, Arthur Jones, Morns Kessler. Prof. A. C. Littleton, Prof. Charles Schlatter. Prof. Hiram Scovill, Donald Skadden. Prof. Edwin Theiss, Prof. Paul Van Arsdell, Robert Van Loon. Laurence Wade, Arthur W ' yatt Beta Alpha Psi encourages service in the accounting profession Chi Epsilon honors high scholarship in civil engineering Top rotv : Jerry Patterson. Gordon Nelson. John Jessen. Donald Reilly, Harry Rimbey. Glenn Gareiss. James Schafer. Ralph Dix, Donald Bradfisch Second row: James Stein, president; Harlan Lillie, Stephen Kostecke, treasurer; William Stief, Roy Peteison, corresponding secretary; James Foss. Charles Furtak. Donald Schnepper Bottom row: Ernest Boulding. secretary; Russell Roellig. Melvin Davis, Frank Andrejasicli. Ralph Hahn. George Wallace, William Holmes. Ronald Hoefle. Peter Kuhns 304 Top raw: Earl Balkucn. Richard Holscher, Robert Ortinavi. Gerald Stuff, James Cook. Ronald Newman, Robert Grinnell, Robert Lilljander ThirJ row: Otto Bouc. James Jensen. Joseph Barnett. Irwin Bunn. Walter Long. Donald Cohrs, Harlan LiUie, Harry Trychta Second TOW. Robert Moore. George Frelk, Russell Koster, Howard Merideth, Louis Haerr. Marvin Eyster. Albert Miglin Bottom tow: Arthur Bottorif. president: William Clark, secretury : Forrey Clay, treasurer: Davrd Hmtermeister. t ' ice president ; Maxwell Garret. adtisor: Kenneth Miles 1 • x- I 1 recognizes returning veterans who have at- Vw n I J0 m m a iota taJned high scholastic achievement Eta Kappa Nu 305 honors students outstanding in the field of electri- cal engineering Top tow: Carl Blanyer, Carl BeneticM. Viarren Johnson, Lloyd Ward, recording secietary; Arnold Viere, George Kvitek. Mahmoud ElMelehy, James Johnson, Eugene Mueller, corrt-spotiding iecrelaty Third row: Hiroshi Yokohama, Cecil Boaz. John Openshaw, Ronald Mackin, Alan McWhorter. William Huppert, Richard Hatfield, Frank Koenig. Ralph Klautsch. president: Harry Quinn Second tow: Robert Seavey, Donald Christman. Jack Ritt. Edward Wolff. Harry Weaver. Robert Toppmeyer. Wayne Ashby. Laurence Prindiville, Abraham Goo, treasurer Bottom row: Marion Baty. Paul Vance, Walter Lung, Monasterio Guia, Thomas McCuIh)ugh, Peter Willis, Harry Aschan, Val Jones, R obert French Not in panel: Richard Didier. Henry Aoyama, John Fi|olek. Ivo Herzer. Donald Jones, Vernon Kamm. Marvin Klinger, Gene Leichner, Alfred Makulec. vice ptfjideril : Val McClusky. John Romanelli. Edwin Stryker. Frank Warrick. Robert Laube Top row: Mary Smilanik, Marjorie Klaersch, vice president; Louise Schultz. Martha Felsenthal, Charlene Landsberg, Marilyn Meyer. Barbara Li- senby, Patricia Riley Third row: Dorothy Tcxtur. Barbara Chrysler, Doris Cromley, Rosemary Campbell, Beverly Smith Second row: Gilda Gluskoter. Sally Pierce, Mary Jane Corrie. Lucy Logsdon, Marilyn Berger Bottom row: Nola Murchison, treasurer; Shirley Margolin, Jeanne Robertson, Joan Reeve, secretary; Noami Bundsgaard. prtiidi-nt ; Rosemary Cerny, Watson Dunn, advisor Gamma Alpha Chi promotes interest in advertising Gargoyle Society tec romotes scbolasfic acbievement among archJ- fure students Top row: Prof. Turpin Bannister, George Cook, Prof. VC ' illiam Kinne. John Eberhard. Seymour Alt man, Robert Cowling, Raymond Ovresat Second row: Frank Dushin, Joseph Savitzky, Prof, Driver Lindsay, Richard Nevara. Harlan Hrubant. Gustav Braun, Harold Young Bottom row: Rodney Chang, James Scheeler, Morry Wexler, secretary; Carl Wagner, president; James Linder, nee president; George VC ' interowd, treasurer Not itt panel: Willard Worth, Royal Rasmusson, Leroy Cohen, Anthony Grieco, Jim Noda. Edward Matthei. John Kibbe 306 Top rou- Jack Orman Sidney Bradd Robert Alexander, Roy Brenner, Ralph Lazar, Ronald Bernstein, James Moore, Edward Stasack. Judith Duffin Robert Wilbert, Joyce Olson, Edward Walsky, Angelo Cangiamila, John Vingren, Frank Wilkcy, Richaid Dietrich, Bernard Meltzer, Richard Gersch, Raymond Leininger ,, « t.t,,i_ t .ltii • Second mw : Herbert Stcrrett, Donald Brodie, Nancy Engle, Conrad Ross, Beverly Brarablctt. Ircuiiiei ; Prof. John Raushenberger, Ruth Palmer, preii- dent: Ernest Velardi, Margaret Schlemmer, Thomas Wilson, Melba Beckmeyer. David Edmunds Bollom row: Calvin Gore, Barbara Brodie, Betty Davison, Helen Weber, Ann Cornell, Katina Bartsokas, Audrey Larson, Roslyne Greenblatte, Sara Hayes. Shirlev Robinson, Larry Kettelkamp . «■ ir l j- Nol in pjiitl: Sue Rovelstad cont, ponding secretMy: Robert Eckels, rice presideiil: Lutrelle W assmann. rice presiden! : Rica Kahn, recording lecielary: Ann Karras, Roy Madsen, Barbara Tozier, Joy Holm, David Dietcrmann, Patricia Severin, Elaine Brams, Robert Taugner, Roger Van- dervliet, Helenetia Beebe, George Laslo, Leo Maguire Society of Illustrators honors art students who maintain high scholarship Nu Beta Epsilon promotes a professional interest in law Top row: Gordon Stone, Gerald Petacque, Jerome Rotenberg, master of the exchequer ; Morton Herman. Morton Gordon, Max Sherman Second row: Maurice Raizes. Stanley Arden, Jerome Shalon, Sheldon Mazor, Marty Schulman Bottom row: Arnold Craine. Alvin Kaplan, vice chancellor : Merle Mattenson, chtwcellor: Aaren Narevsky, Seymour Regal Not in pjnJ: T ' " rdar, Sobt-l, Wallace Feldman. David Cohen, Harrison Kavenslcy. Joseph Levinson, Myron Ash. nr.rter of the roils 307 n , r Top row: James McKinzie, John Mason, Homer Fleisher, Richard Smith, Robert Foley, Kenneth Fetrow, Joseph Symmonds, Robert Mulhausen. James Thomas Second row: Sherwyn Warren, Joseph Lassman, George Keranen, Richard Webb. Martin Morris, Robert Drom, Edward Magid, Stanley Fune, Rus- sel Stauffer, Gerald Franklin, R )bert Hankin Bottom row: Karen Krai. Mary Tate, Ernest Yahiro, vice preiident ; Charles Ayers, Lorris Bowers, president; Charles Wakefield, secretary; Glenn Fiscus, Robert Ondrejcin. YoUnda Cammisa, secretary; Ethel Isaac Not in panel : Selwyn Shkolnik. treasurer V mSQQ D©TQ r I furthers the interests of pre-medical students Omicron Nu promotes scholarship and leadership in the field of home economics Top row: Dorothy McKinley, Lois Crawford, Charlene Woodson, Patricia Forbes Second row: Ruth Naudzius, Mary Serven. Louise Hodam, Elizabeth Siebermann Bottom row: Mary Hauber, trt asurer ; Ruth Hodgson, advisor; Rosemary Archibald, secretat); Patricia Price, preiident : Carol Fries, i ice president H iP " " H 9 l Wt ' " - 1 3 x ' " ' ■ l- H 9 " BP?T " . ' Mk te- .v- ■PI S.. . J 1H i PH Tlijj K iS H i i-M r m Mb s I IL. 308 Top row: Carl Ohse. William Ridgeway, James Files, Dunald Merlie, Paul Bere, Kermit Knetsch. John Baker, LIuyd Tholen. Ralph Sharp, Roger Haughcy. Lawrence Lawless Third row: Perry Callas, Howard Koontz. William Lawrence, William Nemanich, Robert McDonald, Fred Kannmacher, Giles Riley, Ralph Glenn, William Jackson. Harol Nees. Robert Butler SecoTjd row: Robert Utter. Melvin Schlueter, Fred Welsch, Dan McNeal, Herbert Trenning. Richard Gremley, William Beyer, William Meyer. Charles Renda, Gene Groppi, Harrison Streetcr Bottom row: William Kokontis, Richard Ackman, Godfrey Nemec, Edward Gibala, Walter Finke, clerk; William Killian, justhe : Lewis Pollard, marshati : John Belt, treasurer; Roy Grunnett, Sidney Smith, Raymond Lee Not in parte I : John Crain, William Davenport, Harlan Heller, Charles Hopkins, William Hotto, Carmen Milano, Arthur Padella. Philip Peterson, Harry Simms, vice president; Waldemar Spomer. David Stutsman, Paul Wright, John Dooley, James Hassed, John Oden. Richard Zielinski Phi Alpha Delta furfbers the Ideah of the legd profession nl • • Xl i promofes the cause of higher business education for rhi Lhi Iheta women Top row: Florence Ure. Delphine Bartosiewicz, recording secretary: Marion Weiss, Joanne Lager, Janet Weston, Mary Houran, treasurer: Grace Beckett. Claireen.Molzan Bottom row: Beverly McArdle. Mary Knight, Francine Cohen, Wilma Vaught, Geraldine Henneberry, corresponding secretary; Doris Bolatto, Mar- guerite Homer, president; Shirley Bartels Not in panel: Patricia Frison, Barbara Goldman, Alice Hickey, Harriett Hauser, tice p resident; Angeline Mitchem, Cynthia Swanson. Joan Syfert. Wanda Turner h d 309 1 1 ' ' ' ' ii " sii Sigma Tau pri)vides for tlic recognition of the personal attainment of engineering students, en- courages fellowship among colleagues training for the engineering pr()fessi(jn, and promotes the in- terests of the engineering college. Sigma Tau was founded February 22, 1904, w ith the desire to be of service to engineering edu- cation. The symbols chosen for the fraternit - were the P ramid, the Sphinx, and the Rail Section. These s nibols signify the purposes of the organization M hich arc the use of actions rather than words for justification of its existence, progress, and stability. From a humble beginning of a single chapter, Sigma Tau has grown to 26 active chapters repre- senting man ' of the major engineering colleges of the United States. It has the distinction of being the first honor society to be admitted to full mem- bership in the Association of College I lonor So- cieties after the formation of the Association in 1925. SianJnig: Henry Aoyama, historian; Howard Padgitt, cor- reiponding secreiaty Seated: James Linder, presideni : Dale Hoscheit, recording secretary ; Ronald Hoefle, treasurer ; Jack Ritt, vice president Sigma Tau Top row: Marion Baty. James Laible, Alfred Knebel, Stephen Eakman, William Bingman, Peter Kostoff. George Wallace. Arthur Davis, Carl Blanyer Third row: Victor Swenson, Edward Wolff, Donald Jones, William Holmes, James Stein. Roy Peterson, Garland Smith, John Sitzler, Monasterio Guia Second row: Rubert Toppmeyer. Dario Cova. George Winterowd, Robert Cowling. Thomas McCuliough, Paul Vance, John Kaufmann, Salman Sassoon, Walter Long. ' alter Krause. William Rutherford Bottom row: Abraham Goo, Rnccr I ci ' .er. James Bright, Jame5 linder, Hnward Padgitt. Ronald Hoefle. Errol Rodda, Ernest Boulding. Henry Aoyama 310 Phi iit;i Sigiii;! is rlu ' hoiiornrN t ' r;ucniit tor liigli scholarship among freshman men. Founded at rhc Uni crsit - of Illinois in 1923, it is rapidh becoming nationwide witli 72 chapters on univer- sity or college campuses. I he fraternit ' was or- ganized by Dean Thomas Arkle Clark for the pur- pose of promoting and honoring high scholarship. To be eligible for membership, a freshman man must maintain a 4.5 average or better during his first semester or by the end ot his freshman year. In the fall a smoker is held for men who at that time have a 4.0 average or better in order to encourage them to maintain tlu ' ir high scholarship through- out the year. Initiation ceremonies, held in tlic fall and in the spring, include a banquet in honor of the new initiates, the initiation ritual, and a talk given b some eminent personality on the campus. The honor and privilege of wearing the Phi Eta Sigma key is also awarded the newly initiated members. Charles Palmer, pieiiift il Phi Eta Sigma Top row: Eugene Kersting, Albert Kraft. Terence Nealon, Richard Bartunek, Lorence Collins, Eugene Lohman. Peter Starrett. Robert Neill, Paul Raabe, Ronald Shelton Third row: Stanley Fune. Daniel Urish, Arthur Rosenstein, Gerald Giffin, John Heideman, Erhardt Deuschle. Robert Schrader, Robert Hoyt, Thomas Tucker, Thomas Richardsim Second tow: Lowell Getz, Donald Osborne, Norman Madison, William Goodheart, Kenneth Shanklin, Keith Kahle, Max Sparks, Rudolph Hwa, Arlen Large, August Storr Bottom tow: Donald Colman, Stanley Weinstein. Thorpe Wright, Charles Vavrus, Charles Palmer. George Keranen, Sherwood Parker. William Rusch. Darrell Jessen, Benjamin DcCamp 311 . ,- . ' L cr FV I ' -ti V i at I Top row: Prof. Chester Jackson, Robert Hall, Richard Calisch, Richard Emii, Chester Michna. Donald Davis, Lawton Lamb. Ronald Heberer, Eugene Spannenberg, Prof. Ralph Johnson, ddvnor Second row: Emmitt Jeffress, Glen Wray, John Babb. Walter Cryer, Joseph Kempa, Robert Avery, Carl Ahrens. Harry Trychta Bottom row: Hewitt Hafer. Irwin August, Oscar Siegel. vice president; Francis Dolan, president; William Jasinek, treasurer; Paul Eckert, Robert Rice, secretary ; John Georgeson pL ' C | l " provides closer social and professional com- rni Lp ollOn r CI| [jCi panionship for men in physical education Phi Kappa Epsilon encourages scholarship, cooperation, and friendship among students from many countries Tap row: Prof. John Crandell, Prof. Elmer Roberts. Dean Arthur Hamilton. Prof. Harry Grace. Prof. Joseph Jackson. Prof. John Van Home Mah- moud Tayel, Arthur Loh Second row: Joseph Flores. Hiroshi Yokohama. John Yuan, Ming-Po Hsu. Charles Tung, Khalil Mostafa, Edwin Theiss. Simon Litman Bottom row: Prof. Charles Williams. Mary Hussey. Helen Beveridge. Benjamin Wei. vice president: Louis Wagy, president: Lloyd Thorson, secre- tary-treasurer: Angelina Pietrangeli, Carolyn Hudelson. Betty Rirsch 312 Top run- : Evelyn Smith, Charlene Wnudsun, Rosemary Archibald, treasurer ; Lorna Springer, Patricia Feaster, Mary Servcn, record nig jecictary ; Gloria Kramer Second row: Domthy Giese. tice president; Priscilla Ueberrhein, Joanne Lomax, Marilyn Schueler, Mary Freis, Rosemary Shepherd, Patricia Price Bottom row: Marilyn Augspurger, president; Phyllis Scott. Dorothy Bond, Dorothy McKinley, Mary Hauber, Louise Hodam Not in panel: Gilda Gleim. Martha Gschwendtner, Rita Kapraun, Carolyn Theurer, Marylou Thompson Phi Upsilon Omicron promofes and nomics advances home eco- P T r • maintains I laU Oigma ingprofes maintains the high ideals of the mechanical engineer- sion Top row: William Bingman, James Petersen, Gordon Chicoine. Peter Kostoff, Thomas Brown. Kenneth Coughlin. Richard Kizer Second row: Seaton Moon, William Maki, Wolfgang Junkel. corresponding secretary; Alan Hallene, president; Orville Jones, vice president; Ignatius Bienias, Daniel Gauger Bottom row: Orin Hertzmjnn, J.ist-pli MagiriMt. Riclurd Adkins. Merle Watsnn. Garland Smith, James Little 313 Top row: Prut. Arthur Anderson, William Caswell, Nathan Rothenberg. Clinton Cannon, president; George Rosenberg. Homer Crouse, Robert Jackson Bottom row: Alexander Bower, Louis Haerr, Robert Trost, Cynis GrefFe, Thomas Armesy, Prof. Merten Manderville, Clinton Spivey Not in panel: Henry Cailatto, secretary; Lawrence Hamilton, treasurer; Jeanne Houran, rice president S I 1 n • I furthers the development of science in man- igma Iota bpsilon g mem Tau Beta Pi honors distinguished scholarship in engineering Top row: Armando Guu-Monasterio. Glenn Gareiss, William Maki, William Bingman, Richard Probst, Richard Kizer, Jack Jessen, John Keim. Carl Blanyer, Donald Strohbeck Third row: Walter Long, Neil Hilvety, Paul Vance, Thomas Brown, Arthur Ahrendt. Dario Cova. James Loos. Gordon Chicoine, James Linder, Rodney Chang Second row: John dure. Robert Toppmeyer, Alfred Rosenberg, Kenneth Coughlin, William Ackermann, Ralph Bingman, Jerry Patterson, Wayne Hartman, Robert Koucky, Alan Hallene. Ernest Boulding Bottom row: Errol Rodda, Vernon Kamm, Richard Johnson, secretary; Henry Schowengerdt, treasmer; Salman Sassoon, president: Marion Baty, vice president : Alan McWhorter, Joseph Savitzky, August Liesse, Stephen Kostecke Not in panel: Henry Aoyama, Raymond Brown. Max Casler, Bristol Conklin. Arthur Dreshfield. Walter Deuchler. cataloguer; Wilmer Duvall, Charles Fails. Joseph Graham. Raymond Holthe, David Knecht, Robert Laube. Keith McHenry. Charles Monke, Edwin Monke. Gordon N elson, James Petersen. Dnnald Phillips, David Rosenstock. Charles Russel, William Rutherford, James Schafer, Edward Searight. Alfredo Vergara, Willard Worth. Frank Turk 314 Top row: Patricia Riley, Rosemary Campbell. Betty Rue. Dorotiiy Textor, Carolyn Greene. Louise Schuhz. Mary Jane Smilanik, Barbara Bunn Second row: Nancy Denes, Shirley Margolin, Joan Reeve, Barbara Madden, Carol Edwards. Esther Jarvis, Jvanne Henr ' , Marilyn Hershey, Cora Pattarson Bottom row : Mary Ann Morris, Barbara Chrysler, Edna Milbrandt, secretary ; Gilda Gluskoter, vice president ; Virginia Berg, advisor ; Shirley Milbrandt, president; Naomi Bundsgaard, treasurer; Joyce Drew Not in panel: Jane Brackett, BernJce Devak. Barbara Taylor, Ethel Eanes Theta Sigma Phi honors ouhfandirtg women in journalism 7 I DL» Cli promotes and encourages all worthy speech and drama- Z.6Ta rni Cia tic enterprises Top row: Joann Friede, Henrietta Tomlin, Estelle Anderson, Virginia Polzin, Marilyn Keilman, Jo Anne Le Sueur, Harriet Olschansky, Joyce Bresee Bottom row: Elizabeth Williamson, Georgia Bushnell, second vice president; Carol Kirby, corresponding secretary; Jo Anne Eades, rice president; Lois Kram. Janice Solomon, president, Carol Thomas, treasurer Not m panel: Nureen Zaks. Phyllis Lucas. Frances Dougherty, Nancy Alexander, Helene Iglowitz. Prof. Severina Nelson, advisor; Claudia Polo, Nancy Brue, Jane Sullivan. Barbara Fink. Marilyn Crcath. Diane Keith, Edith Rosenberg, Leona Sarton ,f y . 4 315 , ' - ' ■■■ ' M ■ TF i Slanding: David Ashbrook. John Bineham, Carl Ekena Seated: Lyle Schertz. William Dimond The Agricultural Club is composed of 400 students enrolled in the College of Agricul- ture or related fields. The Club was founded in 1895 and is designed to promote and de- xelop interest in agriculture. The officers and meiiibcrs direct the many events on the agri- culture campus. Some of these events are: the All-Ag Field Da -. the Aggie Talent Show, Spring Judging Contests, the All-Ag Spring Open House, and the Plow Boy Prom. As subsidiary organizations of the Agri- culture Club, there are eight clubs hich pro- mote particular phases of agriculture. 7 hese clubs b ' name are: the Dairy Production Club, the Dair)- Technology Club, the Agri- culture Economics Club, the Agricultural Education Club, the Field and Furrow Club, the Horticulture Club, the Poultry Club, and the Hoof and Horn Club. Ihe presidents of the subsidiar - clubs and the editor of the Illini Rural Observer com- pose the .Agriculture Council hich coordi- nates the activties of these clubs. Agriculture Club Top row: Peter Petersen. Rnbcrt Lttitz. Glenn Herzberger, Clarence Schlueter, Robinson Lahman, James Ross. VC ' illiam McAllister, Raymond Kris- tulek, William Gnrtith. Cedric Gawlen. Dean Ganschow, Loy Miller, Wayne Whitehead. Melvin Rapp. George Frelk. Carl Foster, Ronald Peters. Rijlland Pettit. Lyle Schertz Seventh rou : Jerry Kolar, Hartford Cryder, Wayne Elliott, John Wier. Delbert Jackson. Robert Moore. Harry Wright, Lee Ganschow, Laurel Richter. Paul Pitman. Lee Overdorf. Orvilie Dickhaut, Dale Keen. Robert Huspen. Harley Dawson. Raymond Mowers. Clark Bunn. Bruno Bonn Sixth row: Dale Bury, Maiden Nesheim, Donald Hopwood. Shelby Brownlield. Lowell Warner, James Stuckey, Charles Tomm. Arthur Seeds, Marvin Nordmeyer, Ray Neckermann. Joseph Stetson, Eugene Sell Carl Pfeiffer, John Healy, William Green. Carl Ekena. Robert Beatty, Robert Bear Fifth row: David Hintermeister. Dale Sutter. Wallace Reynolds, Robert Randall. Gerald Bachman. Robert Willerton. Charles Wheeler. Warren Wes- sels, William Arends, Frederic Siebenmann. Marvin Engelhardt. Joseph Headley, Deane Weihmeir. Ralph Bourland, Myron Powell. Donald Simmen. William Hobson Fo itlh row : Juhn Duewer. Russell Koster. Donald Smith, Ross Poggenpohl. Robert Donovan. LeRoy Sauder. Ralph Morgan, John Rentschler, Jewel Jenne. Paul Quinn. Donald Shreffler, Eldon Greenwood, Lee Peters. Edward Gilbert, Robert Curtiss, Burnell Bergquist, Frank Willey, Charles Daubs Third row : Donald Barrett, Jay Farr, Richard Bails, Hobart Hinderliter, Paul Hagan, Robert Svehla, George Stone, Max Moeller, John Marsh. Ollie Myers. Edgar Schleef, Robert Largent, Eugene Bushong, Eldon Chapman. James O ' Hara, Rothall Buzzard. James Brooks, Donald Wilken Secant rnw : Forrey Clay, Ralph Ziegler, Robert Henninger, Quintin Elliott, Arthur Ruhrer, Donald Jessen, Glenn Holmes, Bennett Roodhouse, Norman Madison. Vance Van Lasseli, John Martinie, Edward Abbott, Beniamin Pugsley, Donald Johnson, Vance Seitzinger, Lt)uis Schierman Bottom row: Harl Ray. Gerald Stuff, Roger Mohrman. Fred Thorp, Robert Hoffman, John Bmgham, Glenn Curl. Albert Gleason, Richard Svoboda. Walter Schlichting, Charles Marshall. David Cole, Frank Seidl 316 DAIRY A joie — Top rou : James Ross, alteniaie ; Ger ald StulT. J-ilm Bingham Bottom raw: Prof. Emmett Ormiston, coach; David Hintermeister DAIRY PRODUCTS Vppo right — Top row: Prof. Ernest Herreid, coach : Lemy Brandsma, John Hoover Bottom row: Alvin Schumacher, Lester Johnson Judging Teams LIVESTOCK R ght — Top row: Edward Abbott, Gene Schert2. Clarence Ross, cnach Second rou: Glenn Ash. James Schlichting Bottom row: John Almburg. John Martine, Roger Simms iVo; n panel: George Frelk POULTRY Below — Back tow: Francis Nelson. Richard Eaton, coach; Max Mneik-r F " inr tfiif: Eugene Merkle. Louis Schierman MEAT Lower r ght — Standing: James Stougger, James Ross, Donald Wa ' ker, Lawrence Lefevre Seated: James Kemp, coach; Ralph Williams Top row: William Hobson. Glenn Curl. Donald Hnpwood, Harry Wright. Jerry Crist. Warren Wessels. Floyd Lankenau, Loy Miller, Leroy Fenster- man. Arthur Lappin. Donald Brewer Thirti mu : James Brooks. Donald Barrett. Homer Cruthis. Dwight Yockey, John Duewer. Hobart Hinderliter, Cedric Gowler, James O Hara, Ronald Fowler, James Bliler Second lou : Alvin Kobernus. Delbert Jackson. Raymond Mowers, Roger Mohrman, Charles Hull, Eugene Bushong. Elbert Mclntire, Keith Baummann. Forrey Clay. Virgil Butler Bottom T ' jw: Elmer Wilcox. George Hasenmyer. Rothell Buzzard. Wayne Krebs. ndihur; Richard Bast. Laurel Richter. Robert Hoffman, president; Marion Bateman. iicc presidtnl ; Ralph Morgan. Eldon Chapman. OIlie Myers A • I ■ n I J- ' I encourages achievement Agriculture bdUCatlOn LlUb m agriculture educatJor, A . L A , promotes greater understanding and interest in architecture Top row: James Bayne, David Brandt, Frank Kurz, Robert Simms, Josseph Omarzu. Charles Bruder. Virgil Wihoff Third row: Gustav Braun. George Winterowd, Louis Trinko, John Seiler, Henry Miszkowicz, John SHmak, James Lathan, Edmund Hernandez, Helen Olson. Irwin Hartman Second mtr : Warren Ponle. Harlan Pratt, iice preudtnf ; Richard Nevara. president : Eleanor Beling, secretary ; Ernest Moore. Morry Wexler, Richard Rnse. Graydon Clark. Frank Pannone Bottom row: Donald Benson, William Johnson, Ronald Simon, Carl Wagner, Clarence May, Norman Minstek. Hamld Ynung. Leo Arms. Russell Ziegler Not in panel : John Baker. Augusto Martinez 318 Tof} row: Ryoji Yamakuchi, Norman Smith. Fred Jones, Louis Cnmpet. Btrnhard Tjarksen, Joseph Fiusser, George Michalski. Donald Coop Third row: Gene Grolf, James Bright. Donald Schindler. William Kritz , Arthur Dreshtield, Neil Hilvcty. Walter Krause. Fred Deindoerfer. May- nard Levm Second row: William Rutherford, Roy Pearson, secretary: Edwin Troscinski, president; Leonard Nero, vke (Jiesident: Prof. Fraser Johnstone, Prof. James Westwater, Richard Dominetta. treasurer: Prof. Harry Drickamer. Prof. Thomas Baron Bottom row: Oscar Klamer, Dario Ctna. Gus Kamenktt, William Marshall. Rnbert Christijnsim, John Georges. Jack Huddleston A.I.Ch.E. provides opporfunlfies for the professional development of students in chemical engineering Alph • honors sophomore independent women who have been CI V-rfl on outstanding in activities Top row: Ruth Kehart, Audrey McCubbin, Shirley Smith. Orpha Crook, Martha Meinecke, Ann Pryor, Margareth Stmut. Lucille Muzzarelli. Flor- ence Schwart?. Joan Jacobi Second row: Ora Mae Welcher. Carolyn Whitehead. Dolores Moudy, Barbara Murphy, Virginia Erickson, Barbara Baker, Constance Ogan. Miriam Arentsen, Audrey Decker, Roslyn Kahle Bottom row: Alice Froehling, Marilyn Womeldorff, Maxine Schreiber, Lorraine Cnzza, Sandra Victor, Valerie Goldhnger, Donna Green, Dorothy Perdue Not in panel: Iris Bernstein. Marcella Cheny, Dolores Lapaitis 319 !P lop row: Richard Augustine, William Krebs, John Open- shaw, Warren Johnson, Henry Schowengerdt, Edwin Christiansen. Francis Morse Bottom row: Cecil Boaz, Ireasitrer ; Carl Blanyer, chairman; William Mueller, vice chairman; Jack Ritt, secretary riie ;iinis of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers at the Uni ersit of Illinois are the advancement of the Held and the furtherance of the professional developments of electrical engineering. The local chapter is patterned after the national organization and operates in the same general manner in order to familiarize the students ith the national organi- zation for professional engineers. The principal activity of the branch is to func- tion as an organization under the auspices of the institutes for broadening the technical education of its members. Some main projects on campus are presenting demonstrations and speakers from indus- try at regular meetings, sponsoring the writing and presentation of technical papers, and working with the Engineering Council to promote the interests of all engineering students. These include senior- facult) banquets, picnics, Softball tournaments, St. Patrick ' s Ball, and the engineering show, sponsored or supported by the organization. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Top low: Richard Didier, Norman Campbell, Ralph Johnstone, James Garrey, Lloyd Ward, Arnold Viere. Richard Benson, Ronald Leuschner, Robert Weber, John Shore, Davey Stewart, Harold Lmd, Harold Downs, Edward Lachepelle. William Johnson, Daniel Surowiec, Gus Ranzenberger Seventh row : Grant Lawrence, Charles Kukura, El wood Schmidt, Leon Schnepper. William Fears, Ronald Rose. William Pappas, Peter Ellew. Howard Benjamin, John Rieger, Peter Mayer, Roger Trapp, William Huppert, Ronald I Iackin, Emil Wolnik, Robert Rollins, Richard Tiffany. Robert Hoyt Sixth row : Homer Hoving, Rudolph Marovec. Raymond Reusch, Stephen Eakman, Bernard Uttich. Gilbert Sacco, Theodore Wright, Walter Long, John Planey, John Zinkus, Chih Tang Sah, Keiii Iko. Elmer Wegner Fifth row: Lewis Gould, Lawrence Michels, William Richrath, Richard Winsauer, Edward Middleton. Robert Nichols, Arthur Reynolds, Robert Kanney, John DeVore. Bruno Borkowski, Robert Jackman, Ray Figlewicz, Edwin Christiansen, Philip Trimble Fourth tow: Milton Kult, John Naborowski, James Ephgrave, Donald Sweet, Roland Strawn, William Keck, Robert Jaross. James Kay. Wolfgang Bachcm Third row: Michael Cosgrove, Spencer Avey, Louis Wunderlich, Eugene Walding, Franklyn Shapira. Naji Elseaidi, John Skomajsa, Kenneth Leslie, Harry Wojcik. Elliot Bell, Marion Baty, Kenneth Haberkorn, Harry Weaver, John Romanelli. Herbert Spierling Second tow: Carl Blanyer, William Michel. Saul Glasser. Edward Woltf. Henry Williams, Thomas McCullough, Harold Cohon, Fulton Harrigill, Merton Oliver, Fred Abrahams, Irvin Roberts. Joseph Ross, Carl Benefield, Robert Cosgrove. George Asaki, Richard Augustine Bottom row: Robert Toppmeyer, Edward Tink, William Tuinenga. Jerome Kennedy. Richard Storer, Donald Falk. Paul Sytsma, Oleg Golubjatnikor, Joan Hessler, Harry Aschan, Iich3el Garhacz, Robert Laube, Louis Melcher, George St. Onge, Cecil Boaz 320 Alph;i I lii Omcg ' .i is a niuionnl service fr;iteriiir " composed of college and uni ersit men who are or have been affiliated irh the Boy Scouts. The members must also ha e a desire to render service to others and ha e a satisfactor scholastic stand- ing, riic selection of pledges is made b ' a hoard consisting of the fraternit) ' officers. The purpose of the organization is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law. Alpha Phi Omega is governed b an executive council of nine officers and si. major committee chairmen. It presents a comprehensive program of service, leadership, and social functions for its members. Some of its major activities are the annual UgK ' .Man contest for charit , the guide and travel committee for the Illini Union, a voca- tional guidance conference for high school seniors, and participation in the spring carni al. . lpha Phi Omega works to develop friendship and to scr e the ■outh of America. Alpha Phi Omega Stariiiin : Julin KuUcr. lieasuicr; Max Beschluss, pledge trainer: Richard Powers, secretary Sitting: Morris Beschloss, president; Morris Wooldridge, vice president Top row: Ralph Ziegler. Lynne Hull, Hobart Roderick, Robert Jones, Jack Upchurch, John Smith. Lawrence Fisherkeller, James Brim, Donald Rice, Peter Schreiner, Max Beschloss, Robert Olander, Robert Uhlir, Carl Wahten, Paul Wilkinson, Daniel Lome, John Anderson. Robert Foster Fourth row: David Beeder, Paul Lippold, Carl Pfeiffer. Earl Smith. Sidney Stutz, Clyde Congdon, Arthur Beckman, Harold Hurrelbrink, Gene Casey. Clifford Weidner, Robert Ortinau, Glenn Ekman, Bernard DeWuIf, Donald Pisoni, Charles Nash, Emil Hertel, Jerry Wright, John Dau, Roger Trapp Third row: Oleg Golubjatnikor, Maido Saarlas. Richard Mick, Lawrence Fitzrolf, Clinton Cannon, Roy Muchna, Robert Kopecky, Richard Juoy, Morris Wooldridge, Morris Beschloss, Richard Beckenbaugh, Ronald Hoefle. Richard Powers, Marlowe Hartzer, Irwin Chabon, Allan Levy. Ernest Zeller Second row: Ira Boyar. James Winklcman, James St. Clair. Russell Koster, Donald Goff. George Churukian. Edmund Hercer, Robert Newlin, James Jensen. David Fonseca. Neil Helbling. Robert Ulberg, Robert Harris, Victor Mora ek, Robert Alexander Bottom roiv : Jerome Becker. Goro Asaki. Hillel Samisch. Sherman Frooman. Stuart Boyle. Donald Kinert, Conrad Kruza. John Kulier, Charles Amrine. John Woiski. Arthur Brownell, Gunnar Erickson, Kenneth Jacobs j Pf t ' f Ki S f 321 r» o 1 ' Top tow: Robert Foxall. Carl Osterholtz, Gene Thomasson, George Court, Larry Nordquist. Morris Wooldridge. Raymond Brown, Robert Roth, Peter Dunn, James Healy. Maynard Bauleke, George Stockdale Third tow: Shou-Cheng Tse, Robert Cowan. Peter Sholek. Robert Mertens, George BrinkerhotT, Donald Kraft. Raymond Parker, Jose Sales, Magnus Froberg, Ervin Schuetze, Uri Pimstein, Terence Nealon. Pao Tung Second row: Jack Wilkinson, Donald Lathrop. Donald Tolly, Alfred Morena, Andrew Stathts. Richard Fulrath, Edward Karlavsky, John Schultz. William Hamper. Thomas Greaney. Richard Hudd. Lee Mull, Frank Hoerrmann. Richard Comer. Richard Jacobs Bottom row: Prof. Alfred Allen, Robert McEvoy, Prof. Eugene Lynch. Prof. Andrew Andrews. Prof. Ralph Hursh, Ralph Cook, Charles Russell. president: Howard Lund, iice prtudertl : Charles Wagner, Louis Fadanelli, Basil Ohnysty. treasurer; Roy Thompson, John Hammond American Ceramic Society encourages educar.onai and social acfivifJes among ceramic engineering students The American Foundrymen ' s Society combines the work of the foundryman ' s life with outside activities Top row: Prof. James Leach, advisor: James Hatch. Charles Fausel. Charles Ktoore, Jack Raymer, Marvin Pohlman, Laurence Zylstra, Kenneth Dhimmin. David Day, treasurer; James Garman. president Bottom row: Eugene Schwetz, John St. John, Robert Anderson, John Rice, secretary: Robert Necheles, Billy Campbell. Prof. Carl Schubert. Roger Baker 322 Top row: Lawrence Watson, Donald Diemer. Russell Mighell. vice presiJent; Elvjn Carlson. Elza Lacy. Leslie Maxedon, Waiter Lembke, Richard Black Fijth row: Howard Hadler. John Lowery, James Bateman. Howard Kraft. Max Albin Fourth tow: Robert Burt. Wilfred Irish. Leonard Hardy, Robert Knight. James Garman, Arnold Moodie Third row: Kenneth Kampenga, David Cash. Serej Snkidov, Peter Trepanier, Jere Castor, Merle Noble. Henry Spies, Albert Wilson, William Ro- haly, Gerald Nelson Second row : Dean Hopkins. Adib Zakiyah, Dale Henry, Raymond Hoi the, Louis EngelbiCcht. Paul Ki)ch. Jnlm Jachera, Max Jakofsky. George Vriend, Donald Brakensiek Bottom row: Erro] Rodda, Wayne Hartman, David Harris, Jack Leathers, preudtnt : David Ralston, tft-amrtr : Fenton Kelley. Charles Monke. secretary 323 promotes a better understanding of agricultural engineering A . O. X--. . advances the civil engineering profession Top )ow: Kenneth Mendelsim, Westing Pence, Henry Karpinsky. Robert Blasius, J.»scpli Jen t, Frank Kurz, Donald Brockrogge, Walter Gross, Marion Henley. John Jessen. Vernon Rosenbery, Paul Drake. Ralph Sutherland. Ernest Moure. Robert Hybert, Jim Noda Fifth row: Leonard Sankstone, James Foss, Richard Brown, Anthony Calcaterra, Ralph Hahn. David Schoenrock, Allen Torbeck. William Hartwell. William Pichnn. George Jorgensen. Benedict Sigfusson, Alexander Zedialis, Milton Curry, Richard Loescher, Maurice Hagerstrom, Frank Pannone Fourth row: Harlan Lillie, Leroy Corey, Carl Wahlen, Edward Cerny, Edward Simonson, James Bayne. Gerald Hann, John McLean, Arthur Bromley. Fied Kwasnik, Ricliard Vogel , Third row : William Ruddy, Glenn Gareiss. John Hutchinson, James Stein. Harry Leroy, Donald Reilly, James Gang, Warren Klinke, George Conlee, Warren Poole, David Snyder, Robert Jones, Paul Shuldiner, Ronald Simon Second row : William Johnsnn, Peter Kuhns. George Ujiiye, Jerry Patterson. Walter Tudor, Elmer Hahn, Ralph Mnrrisett. Harold Jacobs, Gene Ellis, Joseph Savitsky. Charles Furtak, Benny Cochran. Frank Andrejasich. Gordon Stewart Bottom row: Ernest Buulding, Albert Law, Arnold Sauers, treasurer; Edmund Hernandez, Ronald Hoefle, president: Prof. Milton Schmidt, advisor; Frank Blake, rice preMdeni : Dean Felti n, secretin) ' ; Melvjn Davis, corresponding secretary; Salman Sassoon, Stephen Kostecke, Rodney Chane. ' neve Blunrnquist. Martm Blackman. William Pistrui Top row: Robert Lessin, Seaton Moon, Lawrence Zmuda, Warren Klinke, Lawrence Kehl. Ernest Pearson, James Vuth, Ralph Herrick, Russell Pabst, Charles Peffer, Kay Jefferson, Gordon Briegs Sixth row: Donald Russell. Rocco Sannicanaro, Roy Trognitz, Carl Spirotf. Gilbert Riske. Richard Powers. Robert McMahon. Frank Luzzi, Vincent Janislawski, Wallace Eberhardt, treasurer. Frank Ludicky Fifth row: John Rak, Joseph MagJnot, Leonard Wykowski, Kenneth Coughlin. Levente DeWarga. Richard Probst, Otto Kozeny Fourth row: Edward Urycki, Earl Anderson, William Anderson, James Gang, Gordon Stewart, Seymour Feinberg. Richard Borcherding. George Yee. Robert Baxa, Ralph Anderson, Adolph Brux, Philip Dolbow, secretary Third row: Jean Fortier, John Petersen, Nels Ohison, Thomas Brown, Joseph Szekely. Dean Martin, Theodore Sladek, David Day, James Petersen, Joseph Erhardt, Roy Carlsen. James Garman, William Maki Second row: Orville Jones, Alan Hallene, Charles Watson, John Lignell. James Mueller, Russell Dahl. Lloyd Brenna. George Fraudsen, Walter Ritter, William Freyermuth, Richard Cannova, James Whelan, Victor Swenson. Gordon Chicoine, president Bottom row: Oleg Golubjatnikor. Ralph Renfro, Ernesto Perez-Casas. Barbara Engert, Walter Gobell, Conrad Druza. Paul Hallerbach. Herbert Olson, Wolfgang Junfcel, William McNulty. James Little, Julian Fellows A.S.M.E. oc v fhi varices trie mechanical engineering profession fessi r ' n I J. I promotes interest in dairy science Dairy Production Club among agriculture students Top row: Robert Hagenow. Donald PelHkan. John Wier, Norman Madison. Jay Farr, John Bingham, Frederic Siebenman, Thomas Gordon, Dean Coppernall. David Schat ' er. Leroy Saunder Bottom row : Forrey Clay, Richard Marple, Glenn Holmes, reporter; Marvin Nordmeyer, secretary-treasurer; Gerald Stuff, president; David Hintcr- meister, iice president; David Friedman, Kenneth Bergquist, Frank SsidI, Jean Carney 324 i ...b;:lt i.Vv.L)uJa. JjiiKS VlililiU. Top row: Thomas Magill. Albert Kn!tveit. Martinian.. I um. Jjiik= K .iuicily. H-my ils-i.. R.,bcH Oi.. Leroy Brjndsma. Thomas Menees. Eugene McGarrahan Bottom rou-: Maria Rexach Richard Webber, ttf usurer : Lester Johnson secretary; Richaid Svoboda, president; Robert Whitney, Ernest Herreid, Alvin Schumacher, tice prvMiient ; John Hoover, John Jacus Koi in pant : Stewart Tuckey, asitisor r • T I I J. stimulates interest in the Dairy lechnology bociety ddry industry LJQiiCa OlymQ I I promotes commercial activities Top row: Raymond Gaddey, Jack Tebbenhoff, Arthur Gray. Charles Stange, Jack Simpson Second tow: George Spmozzi. Clarence Lubinski. James Skrna, John Hilf. Norman Prusinski. Robert Charles Bottom row: Robert Rybicki, Edward Tapling. Harold Stein, secretary; Robert Zima. president; James Karel, vice president; Peter Sigalos, treasurer; Fred Vance Slttnding : Timothy Nugent, itdiisor Silting: Donald Swift, treasurer; Lysander Thompson, presi- dent : John Prince, vice president ; Ronald Smoot, secre- tary Delta Sigma Oniicron is a fraterniry dedicated to the total rehabilitation and social integration of all physically handicapped people, principally thru the media of self-administration, broad and varied participation, and higiier education. It has con- tributed time, mone " , and knowledge to research in physical medicine and rehabilitation programs. It also sponsors wheelchair football, basketball, baseball, bowling, and other adapted sports and therapeutic athletics in cooperation with the correc- tive therapy and rehabilitation program. Delta Sigma Omicron sponsors the Ted Lesley .Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Harold Schar- per Memorial Benefits Fund. Both are directed to aiding the physically handicapped in many way ' s. By their man contributions and vigorous ac- tivity, members are fulfilling their motto: " To exercise our abilities to a maximum so as to minimize our disabilities, that we might live most and serve best. " Delta Sigma Omicron Top row: John Prince, Lysander Thompson, Willard Holloway, George Jcngels Third row: William Strang. Mackinis Foggy, Rudi Windmuller, John Makris, June Wortman, August Alexander, Angeline Tsevelekos, Wayne Eccles. Robert Anderjion, Leah Mae Truxell, Allard Pettitt Second row: Salo Rebhan. Glenn Rouse. Lester Blankenship, Donald Swift, Robert Walker, Anthony Sokol, William Fife, Alfred Oelschlegel Bottom row: Leland Wise, Robert Miranda, Lula Jean Kussart. Jack Chase, Thomas Luttier. Ronald Smoot Not in panel: Raymond Crigger M WJ -V ' ' »( fK. ' , «S ' i V •- i 326 J n r Top tow: Albert Scheffler, William Deichmann. Roy Muchna, John Boyce. Reynold Aide, Melvin Letchinger, Gail Fosler, Donald Saupe, William Henderson fourth row: Albert Anderson, Robert Goode, Donald McLain. Noran Fahs, James Zalusky, Leo Donian, Roy Burgoyne, Joseph Bannon Third row: James Campobello, Robert Kopecky, William Steinbrecher, Samuel Kutch, Robert Youngblond, George Hahn, Kenneth Zagielski, Jack Fried. Jan Abernathie Second row: Eugene Schmit2. Jack LoMonaco, Charles Amrine, Alice Machotka. Juanita Gilbert. Joan Sibbitt. Loretta Ehlers, Jimmy Dates Bottom row: Prof. John Culbert, Prof. James Kamp, Byron Sirois, Ireas ' irer ; Donn Dolby, president; Virginia Neville, secretary; William Stielow. vice presfdeni : Prof. Frederick Weinard Not in panel: Margaret Fleming. Donald Hickman, Vivian Ostboe, Thomas Shepard, James Ingels, John Wienke, Robert Davis, Ralph Dudd. Ray Willce, Frank Pokorney, Roger DeYoung, Kenneth Felderman, Sarah Gain, Charles Zeman, William Cottingham, Jack MulhoUand Floriculture Club furthers knowledge and interest in floriculture ini Forensic Association is devoted to student debate, discussion, and speaking on public affairs Top row: Bertha Sternberg, Maxine Simmons, Walter Kruger. Kent Kelley, Charles George, Prof. King Broadrick, Suzanne Wahlstrom. rice presi- dent; Carolyn Juergensmeyer, Edward Zigman. Roberta Ryan. Prof. Halbert Gulley, Joyce Ramek, Chester Sobota, John Henry Sixth row: Steven Smith, Fred Osborne, Nicholas Macedo. Jyoti Bhattacharjee, Juliet Klein, Andrew Stecyk, Karl Lasseter, Jerry Crist, Ruth Arnold, advisor; Glenn Reddick, advisor Fifth row: Raymond Garcia, Burton Weisbrod, Tom Karacic, Ray Hernacki, Libby Friedman, William Beuttler, Clarence Feiereisel, Stephen Wolfberg, Rosa Bernstein, Rita Sjunnesson Fourth row: Theodore Kelz, Roger Roeske, Ram Rao. Jack Rolens, William Ebbinghaus, William Wake. Margaret Vawtcr, Anne Kratina, Gladys Dodd Third row: Lloyd Herold, Barbara Bickel, Dwight Bickel, publications editor; Alfred Makulec. president; Erwin Bettinghaus, Carole Overmier, Philip Greenburg. Loy Miller Second row: Keith Page, Lnren Smith, Gerald Chalcraft. Robert Parsons, Wilma Vaught, Laura Dawson, Henrietta Tomlin Bottom row: Don Vfr,t:c.-r. Ermin Wojiiik. Li ui ' Hacir. Ill Cnnk 327 Standing: Orpha Crook, membership chairman; Dorothy Baity, treasurer: Barbara Baker, social chairman Sitting: Barbara Murphy, secretary; Dorothy Giese, president; Margie Groves, publicity chairman ; Charlene Woodson, vice president Home Economics Club The Isabel Bevier Home Economics Club, rhe first university home economics club of its kind founded in this country, originated at the Univer- sity of Illinois. The principles upon which the or- ganization was founded were to further develop interest in home economics at the University of Illinois and to promote social interest among mem- bers and faculty. The club also stimulates a basic interest and an increased knowledge of the profes- sional world of home economics and develops ap- preciation of the home. Membership is open to home economics majors enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, or Education. Meetings are designed to acquaint the girls with the department through tours, debates, movies, and style show s. Among the special activities are the AU-Ag Field Day and the Plow Boy Prom. The AU-Ag Field Day is held in the fall and is a campus sports festival. Other activities include the Freshman Tea, the Christmas Party, the Home Economics Spring Banquet, and social hours with the Agricul- ture Club. The name of the freshman girl attaining the highest scholarship during the ear is inscribed on a plaque which hangs in Bevier Hall. Miss Ritta Whitesel and .Miss Dorothy Durrell are the club ' s advisors. Top row: Ruth Smoot, Wilmj Ciuver. Shirley Miller, Joyce Jacobi, Caryl Towsley, Dolores Janak, Patricia Bast, Phyllis Scott. Martha Webster. Betty Mills, Lois Keebler. Barbara Lichtenberger, Mary Fishel, Dorothy McKinley Fifth tow: Laura MoUet, Betty Lou Kapraun. Marilyn Augspurger. Helen O ' Donnell. Elaine Josephson. Mary Barlow, Marilyn Minks, Dorthy Figge. D orothy Bond. Barbara Buchholz. Norma Hanell, Mary Sinclair, Ferol Martin, Elizabeth Kustner, Carol Fries Fourth row: Dorothy Giese, Marie Huns, Winifred Stone, Helen Lind, Lois Johnson. Viva Moody, Alice Patrick, Edith Williams. Gale Brittin, Beverly Wheeler, Grace Behringer. Mary Serven, Patricia Johnson, Betty Johnson, Barbara Thiebaud, DiAnne Mathre Third row: Rebecca Sanders, Lois Crawford. Evelyn Smith, Anita Peschang, Anita Stahl, Martha Prather, Iris Garrott, Shirley Shroyer, Mary Heatherly, Wilma Graisser, Barbara Baker, Roberta Smith, Anna Meyer, Eunice Johnson, Barbara Jessen. Winona Leseure. Jean Cox Second row: Frances Loitz, Orpha Crook, Charlene Woodson. Velma Riley. Delores Parrott, Dolores Moudy, Virginia Davi , JoAnn Folks, Alice Bull. Marjorie Luse, Louise Hndam, Shirley Erickson, Jane Brubaker, Margie Groves, Lorna Springer, Barbara Murphy, Edith Bassler, Earlene Collins, Ruth Large Bottom row: Gwendolyn Owen, Joan Sudduth, Barbara Foster, Jean Kaye, Priscilla Ueberrhein, Betty Glawe, Peggy Glawe, Yvonne Perkins, Betty Mc- Dougall, Frances Adams, Beverly Brissen den, Marilyn Womeldorff, Mary Hill, Ruth Naudzuis, Evelyn Johnson, Rosemary Archibald, Eva Woodall, Patricia Jackson 328 The Hoof and Horn dub, one ot the subsid- iaries of the Agriculture Ckib. is an organization for agriculture students wiio are interested in ani- mal science. One of the purposes ot this organiza- tion is to enable students to become better ac- (]uaiiited with their fellow students, their profes- sors, and a number of outstanding men in the held of animal husbandry. 15)- serving this organization and attending the monthh ' meetings, the students obtain a much broader view of the animal science industr and become more aware of the latest de- elopments and improvements in livestock produc- tion. The experience and knowledge gained in the organization can be applied to classroom •o k as well as to actual use on the farm. The club sponsors two large events annually. The Little International, consisting of a quality horse show and other entertainment, is presented in the fall. The funds raised in this show help finance the Intercollegiate Fatstock and .Meats Judging teams. In the spring the club sponsors a .Meat and Livestock Judging Contest which is open to all agriculture students. There are prizes awarded and the event offers an excellent chance for live- stock judges to show their skill and for amateurs to gain new experience in this field. Sliinding: Walter Schlichting, preiidetit; Prof. Upson Garrigus. advisor; Glenn Herzberger. ch.i rmiw, Little International Sitting: Robert Largent, ticamrer; Edward Abbott, secre- tary: William Sillier, npotter; Joseph Reedy, t ce president Hoof and Horn Club Top row: Paul Larson, Robert Loitz, Wallace Reynolds, Glenn Holmes, Lowell Warner. William Whiteside, Dean Kamper. Joseph Stetson. Richard Gale, George Wright, Robinson Lahman, Raymond Kristufek, Donald Johnson, Franklin Willey, Vance Van Tassel, Peter Peterson. Benjamin Pugs ley Fourth row: Leroy Saudcr. Carl Ekena, Gene Schertz, Dale Sutter. XX ' illiam Hobson, Aarnn Sell, Jerry KiiJar, Wayne Bouslog. Charles Vial. Dean Ganschow, Dale Keen. Charles Lemker. Richard Jury, Robert Randall, Wilfred DeCook Third row: Donald Masters. Harley Dawson. William Jackson, Lawrence Letevre, James Stuuffer. David Nels - n, Rnhert Dnntivan, Robert Willerton. Howard Pratte, Ralph Williams. Richard Speer. Richard Wicks, Donald Smith. Roy Pierce. John Almburg Second row: Delmar Conner, Elmer Gerlach, Donald Walker, Arthur Seeds, Russell Koster, Arthur Rohrer, Wdliam McAllister, William Cunning- ham, Ralph Warters. Deane Weihmeir. Glenn Ash, Robert Svehla, Paul Hagan. Hartford Cryder. Albert Pilch First row: Roger Simms, John Duewer, Elmer Bails. Ross Poggenpohl. WilP- " MiHt !nc• t R .- u Robert Largent, Edward Abbott. Glenn Herz- berger, Walter Schlichting, Prof. Upson Garrigus, advisor; James Ross, George Frelk, John Martinie 329 -J Doris Bolatto, st ' crelary-treaiiirer ; Irwin Cohen, lice preji- Jeiil; Kalman Rosenbaum, ffreiidetit All students registered in the University who have received credit for two semesters of ac- countanc ' arc eligible for membership in the AccountancN Club. The purposes of the organiza- tion are to inform members of professional and honorary achievements in the College of Com- merce, to foster interests in the science of account- ing, and to promote understanding and fellowship between facult) and students in the College of Commerce. Monthh- meetings featuring talks by prominent accountants are designed to acquaint the members with current trends in accounting. The executive committee of the Accountancy Club is composed of the Senior and Junior Coun- cils. The Senior Council handles the publicit), the membership drives of the club, and the selection of speakers. Sophomore and Junior members are eligible to serve on the Junior Council. The Accountancy Club, in promoting under- standing and fellowship among the members, spon- sors numerous facult and student athletic events during the vear. ini Accountancy Club Top row: Seymour Levin. Roy Raemer. Alan Levine, Casimir Troyanowski, Michael Balint. Donald Lehman, Kenneth Weiss, Earl Hymes. Richard Sandliiw, Eugene Nick Third row: Marvin Axelrud. Ralph Fishman. Peter Thomson, Blaine Swartswalter, Harold Lawler, Donald Jasinski. Ora Brown, John Tripi, Alvin Earwig Second row: George Riedle, Jerome Weinberg, Richard Matteson, Ruy Sove. Ralph Johnstone, William Becker. Joseph Maisto. Walter Karatz, Robert Brown Bottom row: Wilma Vaught. Claireen Mtihan, Lawrence Hamilton. Robert Stednmsky. Kalman R .senbaum. Irwin Cohen. Angelo Barra, William Anderson, Doris Bolatto, Carolyn Dunk 330 .%i . ' .. i r v ,— « r i • Top row: R. Johnson, secretary; H. Wiren, E. Patterson, L. Switzer. J. Corwin, vice president; J. McGaughey, D. Smith, Prof. R. Mehr. C. Car- lyle, E. Cammack Third tow: J. Flanagan, ptesidtttt : T. Shimkus, R. Jackson, A. Frank, D. Byra, B. Pollan, R. Prosise, K. Dittmer, H. Meinkoth Second row: A. Smith. C. Miner, H. Franklin. S. Golder, treasurer: C. Rourke. J. Ambrose, L. Worman. G. Southard. W. Martin Bottom row: L. Worth. W. North. J. Jacobi. G. Meyers, J. Houran. J. Stone, W. Cavanaugh, J. Jackson, H. Stein, VC ' , O ' Byrne Not in panel: C. Collings, O. Ehrenberg. C. Johnson. K. Helm, M. Eyster, J. Eversole, M. Copenhaver. J. McDonald, L. Prosise. D. Goldstein. E. JacoDson. P. Janson. A. Karlstrom, E. Wineman. R. Raemer, J. Murphy. G. Peters, J. Brown, S. Craine. R. Milcr, M, Firebaugh. J. Decker. D. Behnke, D. Pisuni. D. Johnson. ini Insurance Society f ini Marketing Club promotes interest in nsurance the field of brings together students interested in marketing Top row: Howard Bagley. Richard Goldin, Lyle Robbins, William Beard. Jack Ayotte, Stanley Durin. John Palandech, Donald Johnson. Laurence Hill, John Floberg. William Rutledge, Angelo Bana. Richard DeWitt, Louis Worman, James Kmbrose, Theodore Shimes, Lee Andruss Seventh row: James Flanagan, Timothy Toomey. Clmton Cannon. Donald Lehman, Marshall Auerbach. Ronald Mensen. William Carnahan. Thomas Long. James Tushaus. Donald Pisoni. Norbert Schnier, Dean Smith, Harry Hallstrom. Carl Radke. Clifford Weidner. Andre Bayle, Martm Simonian Sixth row James Cummings. Constantine Hassakis. Donald Hamburg. John Simmons, George Reuss, Charles French. Lyle Smith. William Bernardi, Carl Johnson. Eugene Turner. Charles Andrews. Robert Stedronsky. Wilham Niesen. Douglas Reed. Robert Jackson Fifth row: William Kahle. Harold Turner, Kenneth Davis. George Lemen, John Rak, Kent Kelley, Cameron Carley. John McDonald, Paul Neal, Llewellyn Kucera. Russell Saewert. Louis Haerr, Harold Peterson. Roy Sove. Irwin Veit. William Bime Fourth row: Martin Berutti, Robert Parsons, William Clark, Albert Petrella, John Henry, Alex Lopotko. Nnrman Hughbanks, Donald Cleveland, Hale Newcomer. Robert Fuener, Ferguson Rood, Jasper Goin, Morris Robinson, Milton Johnson, Duane Mitchell, Harold Stein. Jack Glasson Third row: Theo McConnell. Charles O ' Neal, Patricia Cavan. Shirley Bartels. Joanne Moriis, Sue Faldberg, Margaret Coderre. Patricia Mastandrea, Roselyn Benzel, Ruth Gulder, Wanda Turner, Rochelle Leonard. Ross Prio. Gilbert Banks, Robert Cain, Garrison Southard, Lowell Twitchell Second row: Lawrence Sherman, Daniel Cohen, Marvn Shapiro. Elmer Jacobson, i ce president; Charles Cricks, rice president; Donald Reid, president: Glen Williamson, treasitter ; Helen Malott, secretary; Sidney Rand, Richard Heuiich, Edward Matz, Virl Hill, Bernard Gartner. Robert Cohn. Charles Cbodora. Walter Christensen, Morton Ostow, Oscar Kriegman Bottom row: Albert Miglin, Kenneth Dittmer, Thomas Fussell, Earl Sefauer, John Dau, Hyman Chasman, David Steinberg, Edward Richter, Melvin Timmons, Chester Sobota, William Lythberg, Carl Boehme ' lu 331 9 Top tow: Roy Sather, Rubert Ethendge. Thei dore Johnson, Gus Ranzenberger. Paul Fite, Llewellyn Kuccra, Ernest Woodward, Gerald Hulsiandcr, Charles Marshall. Everett Dysun, Arnold Smith, George Williams, W ' illard Siville, Stephen Eakriian, Jack Harroun Third roll-: Steven Smith, Paul Neal, Edward S«eetnam. John Young, Homer Fleisher, James HudeJson, Patrick Ballard, Carl Pfeiffer, Robert PoUey, Virgil Wikoff, John Keim. Robert Dossett. Harry Schoch Second row: Oscar Blake. Keith Hoobler, Robert Gerhart. Merton Oliver. Francis Enos. Norman Hughbanks. Donald Weaver. Charles Wiedhng, Eleutherios Houvouras, Clirtord Guthrie, Joseph Zimmerman, Glenn Curl, James Brooks, Ernest Moore Bottom row: Roy Mashaney, Marvin Johnson, Marl Ray, James Chappee, Victor Sw nson. Herbert Seaney, itce president; Clinton Cannon, pren- dent ; Mark Schwartzman, secretary; Haldane Bean, treasurer; Clinton Spivey. Carl Foster, Ora Brown, William Alderson ini Masonic Club promotes friendship among Master Masons uminating Engineering Society enhances the growth of the science of illuminating engineering Top row: Norman Tarmiff. Arthur Tiedemann. Alfred Leavitt. Morgan Christensen, Alvjn Hart, rice chairman; Prof. John Kraehenbuehl, aJiisor; Buford Smith, Raymond W ' ozniak Second row: Robert Lenkc. Wallace Carr. Arthur Rosenstein. Donald Phillips, lecrelary-treasurer : Perry Larsen. John DeVore, Wendell Miller Bottom rotf: Val McClusky, chairman: Arnold Federman. Edmund Lozano, Arthur Stoesser. Joan Hessler, Donald Leuthold. John Simpson Nor ' n panel: John Undern ' ood. corrseponding secretary: William Richards, James Burke. Benjamin Stahlheber, Alfred Makulec, The i Mikita Chung Yao 332 Top row: Ayyadevara Rao, Cherukuri Rao. Dean Arthur Hamilton, Hsueh Tong, Jayanti Rousseau. Channapragapa Rao, Prem Mathur, pieudtrii Second row: Nutuiapathy Rao, Paramesh Ray. Audry MacKenzie, Somir Banerjee, rice president: Ram Rao Bottom row: Sriknshna Tulpule, Mohkam Sandhu, Bimal Bachhawat, Venkata Metta, secretary ; Kanak Paul, tredsiirer Indian Student Association promofes fellowship among students from the Republic of India Industrial Education Soc e y promotes ideas and inter- ests in the field of industrial education Top row: Robert Keen, treasurer: Prof. Rupert Evans. Eugene Miller, Willard SiviUe. Willis Ray, Douglas McKinstry, Barnard DeWulf Second row: Donald Grzesiek, Dwight Benton, Gale Brown, president; Dr. Charles Hill, Robert Tomlinson. rice president; Charles Smith, Fred Lehman Bottom row: Prof. Arthur Mays, Prof. Milford Hurr;ble, Herman Linder, secretary; Frank Slepicka, Richard Moore, Richard W ' anderski, George Sauk 1 333 m % Top row: Robert Benjamin, Peer Maseng, James Watson, Theodore Guernsey, John Clute, Donald Pfeufter Second tow: Prof. John Coan, iiflrnnr; Gordon Buoz, Elmer Schirmer, Keith Klochau, Corliss Laisure. Paul Ikhtiari Bottom Kin : Henry Thompson, ch.itrman; Lembit Pottsepp, Robert Johnson, Harvey Wallskng, Lorcn Anderson, v:ce channititi; William Dixon, James Adams Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences gives the aeronautical engineering students an opportunity to form friendships among men of like interests Junior Chamber of Commerce of enables students to contact young men in the business and professional world Champaign-Urbana Top row: Howard Bagley, William Bernardi, Paul Neal, Mymn Silverman, Kenneth Dittmer, Leslie Bishop. Jemme Shalim, Arthur Gray. Walter Gobell. Lowell Twitchell. Edward Prislinger Third row: Arthur Ernest, Gilbert Banks, Steven Smith. Donald Johnson. Marvin Dunn, Roy Sove. Sidney StatT()rd, Duane Mitchell. Albert Petrella. Edward Matz Second row: Charles Cricks, George Huisken. George Lemen, Walter Christensen, Albert Miglin, Clinton Cannon. Marlin Patterson, Richard Miller, Myron Pennington, Richard Sandlow, Reginald Romine. Charles Ch dora Bottom row: William Thomas. Thomas Roe, Clarence Magnuson, Allen Madary. trettsurer : Merle Johnson, secrelury : Lyle Robbins, pitudent: Louis Trenter, Lawrence Slierman, George Wood, Daniel Cohen 334 335 Tap row: Jack Wilkinson, Prof, Alfred Allen, Uri Pimstein, Prof. Georg. Stockdale. Rubert McEvoy. Maynard Bauleke, Richard Fulrath, James Healy. Prof. Ralph Cook, Prof. Fay Tooley Bottom row: Basil Ohnysty. Donald Kraft, secretary : Prof. Ralph Hurs h, Ervin Schuetze, president ; George Brinkerhotf, I ' lce president ; Charles Russell. Prof. Andrew Andrews, Prof. Eugene Lynch Sot in p.inel : Rnbert Rosendale. Ireitsurer Keramos stimulafes interest in ceramic training and research is composed of graduating seniors of the College of Law I C ' composed or graduating Law OeniOrS tor the school year ISSOSI Top tow: Arthur Kieter, Kermit Knetsch. Charles Hopkins. Michael Groziak. Gene Groppi Seventh row : Prentice Marshall. Lewis Pollard, William Costigan, James Mor rison, Frederick Green. Richard McCarthy, Phillip Johnson, Roger Haughey, William Nemanich, Perr ' Callas Sixth row: John Roach, Bernard Stutler. Richard Phillips, Edward Siebert, John Belt, Robert Adams. Joseph Barnett, William Killian. Edward Murphy Fifth tow: Neal Breskin, Lawrence Lawless, Walter Finke, William Lawrence, Jack Randall. Jacques Scott, John McKinzie, Clarence Nichols. Robert Christensen. Dale Markwalder Fourth row: Conrad Krez, Merle Nfatteson, Donald Erskine, Donald Merlie. Charles Zali)udek, V ' illiam Kukontis, Walter Billerman. Joseph Spitz. Douglas Helm, Roy Grunnet Third row: George Twomey, Alvin Kaplan. Kenneth Spungen, Donald Northland, John McNamara. William Welch, Howard Koontz, Richard Ack- man. Philip Grove. Stanley Weller. Thomas Westfall Second mil-: Allen Overacre, Donald Korkowski. Frand Shay. Paul Knoblock, Albert Fedeile, George Hill. Denny McGarry. Burton Rissman, Ray Hcrnacki. Sidney Smith, Thomas Hitch. Charles Turnbow Bottom row: Prof. Walter Summers. Prof. Alfred Conrad, Prof. Charles Bowman, Prof. Jesse Young, Prof. Richard Faletti. Prof. John Cribbet. Prof. George Goble, Prof. Kenneth Carlston, Prof. Rubin Cohn, Prof. Edward Cleary. Dean Albert Harno Not in panel: Frederick Bristol, Frederick Adier. Lit-nel Clark, James Files, Owen Lierman. Christopher Munch. Rtibert Nickels, Carl Ohse. Arthur Padella. John Rendleman. Jules Gershon. Milton Helm. Charles Jelliffe, Tyrus Kaufman, John Liston. Fred Lubbe. Godfrey Nemec. George Pilketon, Marion Ramza. Thomas Sly, Joseph Smith. Waidermar Spomer. Harrison Streeter, Vincent ThnmpSDn. Rnbert V. ' clls. Richard VC ' iliiams ivp lull: Fredric Hcttcr, Harriet W ' cller, Marilyn Helm, Leunard Davis, Sc tC Bvjliun, I iieudure Swam, William Knuerr, Jean Middiemas, Louise Muenzer, Virginia Kraabel Second row: Ajean Tornello. Patricia Nickell, Dianne Keith, Kenneth Darre, Robert Mallary, William North. Jo Anne Eades. Virginia Polzin, Phyllis Welsh Bottom roil-: Joyce Bresee, Allen Andrews. Joann Friede, Richard Schimmelpfeng, preudttit : Dianne Davis, sfcrelary ; Lois Kram, tteaiurer; Kent Westrate. Joann Westrate, Genevieve Richardson Not iJ] piinel: Phyllis Bereolos, rrce president: Noreen Zaks, guild board upresenti t j e ; Leona Sarton, Prol. Joseph Scott, itdinm Ik i Ion II develops and fosfers a greafer inferesf in the arfis- Mask bauble Hc drama I I I 1 • O • 1. promotes interest in mining ineral Industries oociety and metallurgy Tap row: Marion Fox. Robert Pounds, James Leeming, James Leach. Jack Raymer. John Keim. Emil Hertel. Darrell Moe. Thomas Thode, Donald McCarthy, LeRoy Davidson, Burton Schaner. Charles Dobson. William Unterbcrg, Thomas Kerr, Sven Gafvert, John Bratton, Harold Zahn. James Stanley, James Kerr, Mohkam Sandhu TtiiJ rrju : Leo Dehm, Robert Nccheles. Kenneth Shimmin, Frank Rally, Gerald Kachinskas, Lawrence Huebner, Jack Boesiger, Richard Sieferman, John Sayles. Roy Anderson, James Hatch Second row: Bruce Gilbert, Leroy Eichberger, Charles Mitchell, Edmund Klimek, Bruce Capek. president; James Skarda, Daryl Gaumcr, rice president; Donald Macleary, James Snarr, Alfred Risi Bottom row: Marvin Pohlman, treasurer: Eugene Schwetr, Robert Anderson, John St. John, John Stephens, Joe Seymour, Arthur Roughley, James Goodrick, secertary : Denny Benner, Charles Schruhl, Nicholas Szabo, Leonard Gagola, Richard Zak, Bernt Iversen Not in panel: George McGregor, Stanley Channon, Prof. Harold Walker, Prof. VCiliiam Chedsey, advisor: Prof. Earl Eckel, Prof. Robert Bohl, Prof. Walter Bruckner. George Clark. Harry Czyzewski. Prof. Arthur Forsyth, Prof. Vaughn Hildebrandt, Prof. Bernard Ricketts, Prof. Rudolph Wuerker. Herman Petsch, Marshall Drake, Robert Thomas, Alvin Shulman, Edward Linn, Robert Webster, Charles Childers, Harry Wojcik, Philip Alongi, Paul Shewmon, Joseph MeliU, Carl Thannert, Elmo Heaton, Jack Tisdale, Ronald Behm, Hollis Leighly, Keith Huge, James Garman, Harry Williamson, Harvey Nudelman, David Heiman, Charles Asherman, Walter Lucas, Tommy Ullom, Jerry Schweiker, James Snider, Sherwood McGee, Lawrence Russell, Len Austin 336 L - :? A i U " T . TTT ' y ' iggffgiy • Ji) Anne Eades, Diane Kcitli. Juyte Brtsee, M-ntiuj); Winnifred Taft, vice president; Kent Westrate, president; Joann Westrate, Genevieve Richard- son. Prof. Karl Wallace. Rnbert MalLiry, treasurer Not in panel: Ned Donahoe. William Johnson, Raymond O ' Neill. Prof. Severina Nelson. Prof. Joseph Scott, Prof. Charles Shattuck, Philip Sprad- ling. Prof. Wesley Swanson, George Tuttle, Prof. Karl Windesheim National Collegiate Players honors students for out- standing work in the theater I IGrrOTS honors men outstanding in dramatics Top row: Kenneth Darre. Prof. Karl Wallace, advisor; Ronald Seidler. David Gray. Robert Painter. John Brown. William Knuerr. Leonard Davis. Ralph Vollmar Bf ' ttom row: George Nelson, Allen Andrews, Robert Mallary, secretary; Scott Bohnn, William North, presidettl ; Kent Westrate, treasurer; Richard Schimmelpfeng. Fredric Hefter Not in panel: James Reveal, Prof. Charles Shattuck. Philip Hanson 337 Standing: Myron Ash. corresponding secretary: Zorack Rabin, recording secretary; Sheldon Auerbach. social chairman; James Hefter, scholastic chairman; Charles Fisher, social chairman Sitting: S ' mour Regal, rice president; Merle Mattenson. president; Harry Goldner, trctisuiet ; Kenneth Goldberg, iithletic chairman Praetorians Praetorians is an organization of independent men chosen from various houses on campus. Its purpcjse is to offer its members the social and cul- tural ad antages of an organized group. The first chapter of Praetorians was founded at Northwestern University. The local chapter was organized in 1946, and now has affiliated under- graduate and alumni chapters on other mid-western campuses. Each year Praetorians awards a cash scholarship to a worth student selected on the basis of need and merit. 1 he funds for this scholarship are raised by yearl)- dues. The organization takes an active part in intranuiral athletics and plans an extensive social program for its members. The members also take part in campus solicitations for charity. Since Praetorians is a relatively new organiza- tion it hopes to increase its membership and its number of affiliated chapters, and thereb - offer its facilities to a greater number of independent men. Top lotf: Arnold Craine, Edward Bernstein, Slierwin Mizell, Artliur Paullin. Max Sherman, Albert Frank, Max Light, Jerome Rotenberg, Myron S ' lveiman, Rubert G mdman, Harry Goldner Sfcotid row: Kenneth Goldberr;, James Helter. Arthur Kriegman, Sheldon Auerbach, Bertram Winkler, Richard Sawislak, Norman Share, Donald Friedman, Jay Frankel, Richard Calisch, Alvin Kaplan Bjllnnt row: Peter Borkowitz, Stanley Arden. Zorack Rabin, Neal Breskin, Myron Ash, Merle Mattenson, Seymour Regal, Charles Fisher, Jordan Rhodes. Robert Pearlman. R bert B;ck Nol in p.nifl: Kalman Rosenbaum. Arnold Sax, Jerome Weinberg 338 The Riric niul Pistol ( luh has ofHciiillx repre- sented the L ' ni ersit ot llHnois in intercollegiate shoulder-to-shoulder ;uid pistol nuitches ;uid is a niembcr of the National Rifle Association and affiliated with the Illowa and .Midwestern tourna- ments. For any given match, members compete for positions on the team l) ' a continuous qualification program, with the five high men at the time of the match winning a berth on the team. Since the renovation of the club in 1 46, tiie teams ha e taken many titles and trophies among which ha e been: team first place in the first L ' ni- versit of Illinois Invitational; team third place in the Big Ten; Open Championship of the iron sight division of the Illinois State .Match; team second in the Intercollegiate Regional with one man winning a position on the All-.Vmcrican team. All undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff are eligible for mcnibetship. The team firing is done by the undergraduate members. Standing: Donald Simmen, treasurer; John Markel, execu- tive o cer ; Robert Simmen. prejiJent Kneeling : John Pratt, secretary ; James Sheets, exffut re officer; Richard Phillips, tice president Rifle and Pistol Club Top row: John Klussendorf, Gustav Braun, Loy Jones, Donald Wright, Warren Hueler, Harold Cohon, Carl Swanson, Jack Anderson, William Jackson. David Greene Third row: Richard Speer, James Jarrell. Fidel Ramos. Earnest Wilkinson. Charles Herrmann, James Sheets, John Herbolsheimer, Peer Maseng, Wade Brown, Oleg Golubjatnikor, James Clarke, Romayne Wicklund Second row: Richard Bi:)Ston. Bruce Wellek, Fred Bender, Alfred Mossner. George Lambakis, Robert Lemersal, Garland Smith, Mason Layman, Barbara Roby Bottom TOW : William Anderson. Harry Green, Herman Fechtner, George Yee, Edward Prislinger, Ralph Brunt. Jerry Springer, Vaughn Craft •■ in Pant : W ilb Huelet Benner, H, arry Reeves, Emmett Swanson r " " j ♦sr S A S W rj - 339 n- Top row: Albert Lundgren, Martin Rosenwasser, Richard Weerts, John Ditring. Donald Paul, Frank Pytlik, Donald Bryan. Wesley Stelzriede. Wayne Richards Third tow: Paul Price, Robert Zarbock. Edward Jones, Donovan Olson, Jerome Rzepecki, Robert Whited, Paul Scharfenberg. Sheldon Frank. Clarence Iverson Second row: Darreil McCarty, Donald Rahn, John Thoman, Daniel Forrest, Theodore Lange. Richard Hagen, Gordon Palmer. Allen Jeter, Martin Whited Bottom row: Peter Eckert, Frank Ficcara, Joseph Curatilo. president; Frederick Kent. Kenneth Bloomquist. Leroy Duncan, secretary; Vincent Chorne, Edwin Putnik Not in pjnel : Robert Bankert, i:ce president; Richard Kamm. trensmer Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia Irw furthers music and develops brofh- among musicians Scarab furthers the architectural profession Top row: Bienton Wadsworth. Charles Catlin, secretary; Robert McCracken, president; Prof. Turpin Bannister, Prof. Driver Lindsay. Richard Nevara, vice President; Jack Baker Second row: Frederick Kubitz. Wayne Hatfield, William Spooner, Bruce Esmond. Edmund Budris, Harlan Pratt Bottom row: Carl Wagner. Norman Koglin, Sheldon Hill. Fred Bernheim, Finest Moore Not in panel: William Dimmich. James Evans, Samuel Denton, Frank Dushin. Richard McGinn, Albert Hale, Ted Kemner, James Hallbeck, James Linder, Elvin Riley, treasurer ; Lawrence Walquist. Dean Rexlord Newcomb, Prof. Cyrus Palmer, Prof. Elmer Love, Prof. Loring Provine, Prof. Newlin Morgan. Prof. Olaf Fjelde, Prof. Granville Keith, Prof. Frank Lescher. Prof. LaForce Bailey, William Scheick, Prof. James Branch, Prof. Richard Williams, advisor r mum Third row: Marilyn Petterson. Nona Bruns, Mary Day. Jean Conk, Betty Abraham, treasurer; Margaret Somers. corrtspondtng secretay ; Sally Emrich, Ann Pryor Second row: Pearl Wood. Jean Davis. Mary Jackson, Frances Kendrick. recording iecretary : Fern Hodge, president; Carolyn Clark, vtce pies dent; Lois Ritchie Bottom row: Nancy Potter. Myrian Baker, Jane Lee, Janet Fisher, Dolores Kostka. Marilyn Hindsley. Shirley Locke Not in panel: Barbara Lowry, Dorothy Lundgren, Barbara McCracken, Arlene Hoffman, Frances Dunn OlymQ AipnO lOlCI encourages and promotes music Sigma Delta Chi ,.Me. Me p.o,e.,.„ o ,ww,s™ Top row: John Conlee, Gordon McCleary. Hugh H«; ' Ugh. William Yates, vice president; Paul Larsen, Ewald Larson Second row: James Jensen, Seymour Adelman. James Clayton, Richard Judy, Sheldon Mix. Romayne Wicklund. secretary Bottom row: John C " X, Richjrd Pratt. p c uJc ' ii . Alan Schrader, treasurer; Joseph Wynn, ' ' illiam Schroeder, Raymond Weiss 341 Viit;-. ' Ardis Miller, Shi-Ai Sing chairman ; Elizabeth Lyman, secietary; Let)na Sartun, praident ; Katherine Wolcott, rice fiiiMiittit; Sharnn Valentine, treiaurer Shi-Ai Shi-Ai, first established at Northwestern Uni- versity in 1920, is the societ ' which honors sopho- more sorority women for outstanding work in all-University activities. Ever fall the two most outstanding sophomores from each of the sororities on campus are chosen to become pledges of Shi-Ai. During the pledging period, the two new pledges must do their original stunts at all sorority houses. This honorary socicts enables these sorority women to promote and strengthen inter-sorority friend- ship by their exchange of ideas pertaining to mat- ters of common interest. As welfare projects. Slii-Ai gi cs Cliristmas gifts and writes letters to briglitcn the li ' cs of war or- phans overseas. It holds a party for the children at the Huling Orphan ' s Ilomc in Rantoul. Shi-Ai also sponsors the annual Siii-Ai Sing which is given on the Frida night of the campus Mother ' s Day week-end. In connection •ith the sing, Shi-Ai sponsors a milk fund drive. The money received is used to prt)vide milk for necd ' families of Ur- bana and Champaign. In cooperation with Alpha- Chron. independent women ' s honorary, it has helped plan and present a dance. This provides a link between independent and sorority women. The girls of Shi-Ai play a significant part in university life by contributing their time toward university and communit scr ice. Top row: Ethel Mae Karon. Judith Heiman, Sue Lurie, Caroline Rees, Marilyn Kearns, Gloria Gable, Laura Donagher. Janice Hackbarth. Grace Dittman, Jane Parthemer. Jean Davis Third roif : June Alper, Norma Dietz, Alice Keller. Jane Lee. Vivian Herr. Betty Herrmann, Geraldine Sullivan, Mary Crawford, LaVerne Jaffe Sicnnd row: Valerie Ratney, Joyce Lazar, Carol Ewing, Barbara Schmitt, Myrian Baker, Sara Davison, Barbara Burnett, Barbara Bennett, Marion Shoene, Joan Howard, Ferol Martin Bottom row: Helen Bunta, Joyce Sternaman, Katherine Wolcott, Ardis Miller, Leona Sarton, Elizabeth Lyman. Sharon Valentine, Barbara Bruno, Delores Drennan, Beverly Allen 342 Skull ami Crcscc-nr is a national frarcrnit) honor- ing sophomore men ho are outstanding in activi- ties and scholarship. Irs members are chosen from the twcnt) -H e oldest fraternities on campus, and its primary objective is to create and promote in- tcrfraternity fellowship and to encourage freshmen to excel both in scholarship and campus activities. One of the main activities of the fraternit) ' is the annual pajama race held in the armory. 1 his year thirty-four fraternities competed in the relays with Alpha Tau Omega raking first place honors and Sigma . lpha F.psilon taking the second place cup. Bi-monthly dinner meetings are held on a rotat- ing host basis at the member houses, wiicre various subjects are discussed in an effort to further good will among fraternities. Other social events spon- sored by the organization are an annual dinner dance at the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel, a pledge ban- quet, and an exchange with the members of Shi Ai, the women ' s sophomore honorary. Each Near the new initiates earn Skull and Crescent pins, which are passed down from the previous members, and they in return present the alums with an honorary paddle. The success of Illinois ' Helmet chapter this year, as always, de- pended on the support and enthusiasm of its mem- bers; and it continues to maintain its traditions as it has for over thirtN- vears. Richard Berry, secretary ; Edward Collins, president; Harold Hanes, treasiinr; Thomas Humphris. irce president Skull and Crescent T J row: John Kaindl. Hugh Dolby, John Schmidt. Richard Smith. Rudolph Bremser. Thnmas Joyce, Edward Hopkins, Jerry Kats, John Bendigkeit. Gordon Leach . Jack Wi! 1 iams Third row: Theodore Janssen. John Alpers, Thomas Brademas, Wesley Harm, Russel Peterson, Eldon Bergstrom, Wayne Woltman, Charles Kustner, Thomas Scott, Robert Potter, Norbert Kraegel. James Edwards Second row: Burt Eltzroth. Edward Beach, Earl Henderson, Richard Berry, Harold Hanes. Edward Collins, Thomas Humphris, Russel Brown, James Hanson, Robert Simon, Jack Fonta na Bottom row: Robert McKnelly. Harry Armstrong, Richard Gustafson. William Layer. Fred Kalthoff, Richard Mast. Samuel Leonard Not in panel: Jerome Johnson. Gei ' rps P.iulissen, Robert Stoll, Ernest Buley, Thorpe Wright, Joseph Gonzalez, James McCormick, Bruce Frazier 343 Standing: Thomas Waggoner, secretary ; John Corcoran, treasurer Seated: John Towers. je geant-at-aims ; Howard Neuberg, presi- dent: Dean George Bargh, faculty sponsor Not in panel: Raymond Ohigren. rtce president; James Ander- son, advisor: Steven Smith, advisor Star and Scroll Star and Scroll is a sophomore activit) ' honorary society which was founded at the University of Illinois for the purpose of creating and promoting interfraternity fellowship, raising freshman scholar- ship standards, and perpetuating the traditions of the University. T •o men are chosen each year from each mem- ber fratcrnit " on the basis of their freshman scholar- ship and their potential success as a campus leader in extracurricular activities. Star and Scroll highlights in the school year of 1950-51 included the annual formal dance, which was held on November 3 at the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel, the selection of a Star and Scroll queen from the candidates representing each of the member houses, and the presentation at the dance of the scholarship trophy to the house that possessed the outstanding freshman scholarship average for the past semester. At present, the organization is planning an extensive expansion program with the purpose of incorporating other fraternities on the campus into the organization, and also an increased social program with various sororities and other women ' s groups. The combined efforts, enthusiastic support, and close cooperation of all the members resulted in a successful dance and is indicative of the inter- fraternity spirit of felloA ship that exists in Star and Scroll. Top row: Kenneth Getz, Donald Wilken, Norman Madison, Henry Marcheschi, Robert Sullivan Second row: John Hifjgms, Gerald Walters, John Barnes, Theodore Desch, Robert Twardock Bottom row: George Barr. Luke Oberwise, Theodore Sladek. Norman Meyer, Harold Huebner, John Bigger, Kenneth Jacobs .Vo :n panel: Clinton Lewis, Frederick Ottinger, John Burgard, Richard Strockis, Robert Uhlir, Robert Cenek, Albert Miglm, Roger Woizeskc, August Storr, William Beck 344 Toinaliawk is an acti it honorary wliich recog- nizes the achievements of independent sophomore men. Members arc chosen at the end of their frcsli- man ear hv the recommendations of their particu- lar activity. Each activit - leader recommends three outstanding freshmen who show promise of furtlier advancement in the activity. From these names tlie members of Tomahaw ic clioose those whom they consider the most capable of carrying on the high standards of the pledge and constitu- tion. All of the major activities on campus in whicli men may participate ha ve representatives in the or- ganization. The purpose of Tomahawk is to give recog- nition for outstanding work in activities, to inspire those persons chosen for membership to greater achievement during their remaining years at the Uni ersit ' , to act as a service organization on the campus, and to strengthen bonds of friendship among independent men. The organization of Tomaha ' k at Illinois has a history extending through two decades. It was not until 1949, however, that Tomahawk became a national fraternity. At that time it united with student groups from Indiana and Purdue, taking ' the name of Tomahawk as the official national title. Since that time, Iowa State has become the fourth member of the group, and several other schools have petitioned for membership. officers: Carl Ahrens, treasurer: Frank Clark, viee presi- dent: Robert Neill, president: Raymond Rhoads, secre- tary Not in panel: ' William Jewell, historian Tomahawk Top row: Donald Bradshaw. Maynard Rogers. Robert Lutz, Oscar Ehrenberg, Ernest Kaufman. Donald Wolfe Second row: Sherwood Parker, Ralph Butler, Kenneth Bloomquist, Larry Erlich, John Hardmg, Carl Carlson, Wallace In Bottom row: William Jewell, Frank Clark, Robert Neil ' . Raymond Rhoads, Carl Ahrens Not in panel: Donald Baird, Daryl Burns. William Myrick, Robert Pamter, John Rondo I. It. Frederic Heim. Edwin 345 Top row: Edward Koijane, James Deetjen, Walter Christensen. Joseph Chlup. treasurer; Llewellyn Kucera, Edward Matz, Fred Roupp Second row: Albert Petrella, Donald Ott, George Huisken, Alan Levin, Arthur Kobialka, Robert Chlup, William Bernardi Bottom row: Allen Madary, James Schmidt, Clarence Magnuson, president; John Powers, Clinton Cannon, Arthur Vl ' illiamson, Ronald Keehner, Clin- ton Spivey Not in pdtiel : John Rak. Donald Houpt, r ' tce president: Michael Balint, Harry Bokenkamp, Philip Baratta, Morris Beschloss, Walter Christensen, Her- bert Ciralsky. Donald He rman, Charles Hill, Anthony Konecny, appointed faculty secretary; James Law. Louis Mecava, Thomas Phalin, Max Richard. Fred Rimerman, Roger Roeske. Norbert Schimer, Roland Schweitzer. William Sears. George Smith, Marshal Smith, Selwyn Smith, Paul Somers, Lowell Twitchell, James Wilmer, Ralph Woodard, Edward Zaidokas, Herbert Palmer, Everett Laitala. jacully advisor Society for Advancement of i i I promofes and encourages education in the field of Management management Society of Automotive Engineers brings outomotive engineering students into contact with outstanding engineers Top row: Richard Borcherding. Wallace Eberhardt. Arthur Ahrendt, Ernsst Pearson Fourth row: Donald Russell, Rocco Sannicandro, Theodore Sladek, Georg= Eisner. Walter Gobell Third row: Roy Trngnitz. Richard Ki2er, Orville Rennie. Arthur Rothman. Russell Dahl Second row: Kemp Bunting, Kay Jefferson. Alfred Rosenberg. Jacob Manch, Seymour Feinberg v Bottom rote: Adolph Brux, Richard Ei-ienach. president; Prof. Willram HjII. Cinrad Kruza, Donald Cain 346 Top row: Jewt-li Schbpp, R.ihdt Hull, U-xkiM stiMinhcck. I i ii,il.i i.iinri, Jerome Banicki, Boyd Knuppel. Kenneth Klingele. Glenn Hintermeister, Ralph McQueen, Ira Scigel, Frederick Fricke, John Merrick, James Zabin. John Carroll, William Dolowy Fourth row: George Felirenbachcr. preiident : Earl Lutz, Arthur Bottorff. Clifford Linker. Harold Bahe, John Dust, Leon StrJegel. Edwin Wilkin, Thomas Folkerts, Harold Heffernan, Robert Etheridge, fieasuter; Harold McCutchan, Raol Taft, Walter Zuschlag, Jesse Payne Third row : William Prusaczyk, Denzil Dees, Paul Burkitt, Stanley Spesard, Ralph Hall, William Newton. Clifford Loomis. James Palmer, Elmer Owings, John Graffy, Robert Galvin, John Haxby, Frederick Hembrough. Theodore Waey. John Buckler. Cecil Johnson, prendent-elect Stfond row: Walter Fehrenbacher, John Elder, Louis Ohlendorf. Alla ) Graham, Robert Butzow, Oliver Stowe, George Scott, Charles Lindley. Harold Patterson, Kenneth Campbell. John Ehrhardt. Earl Kingry. Frank Adams, Harry Lneffler, Bernard Campbell. Glen Waxier, secretary Bolfom row : Prot. Lorenz St. Claii. adrnor . William Hendren. Thomas Gun house. El win Branz. John Lykins, Robert Bramet, William Huber, Robert Whalen. Raymond Olsen, Edward Murphy, Robert Latham, James Nadler, Walter Nehrkorn, Edward Shinn, William Specht, Richard Fink, John Baker Noi in panel: Henry Brnuwer, Gerald Dart. William Searls Student Veterinary Medical Association promotes friendly relations and high ethical standards among veterinary students United World Federalists sfrives for the achievement of world federation Sfctnding: Leon Baum. Edward Wolff, president; Thomas Caldwell. Harry Lustig, Franklin Mange, Rnbert Jackman. r;ce prendent Seated: Ruth Kuski, Zena Kagan, Norma Dyck, Marilyn Meyer, secretary: Nancy Coffler 347 Capt. David Hunter Pershing Rifles Pershing Rifles is a national iionorary military society honoring members of all the niilitar - units on campus. Company C-3 was organized at Illinois in 1931, and since that time has maintained a repu- tation of having one of the largest and most active units in the country. Members are selected from basic corps cadets in the Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC units b ' instructors in the military department on the basis of militar scholarship, leadership, and ability. The officers of the organi- zation are elected and appointed from the advance corps members in the organization. Pershing Rifles has many interesting and varied activities. For the past several ears, Pershing Rifles has furnished the color guard for football and basketball games and for various military cere- monies on the campus. It has also maintained a Drum and Bugle corps which is often called upon to lead pep rallies and parades. It has an organized rifle team and an excellent drill team ' hich last year took second place in the Third Regimental drill meet. Durijig this year, a saber drill platoon and a German drill platoon were added. Each year Pershing Rifles selects an honorary sponsor for the unit. One very important annual function held by the organization is an overnight maneuver which is similar to an actual military combat operation. Top row; 1st Lt. Hlllel Samisch, txec:jlire officer; 2nd Lt. Walter Winkler, finance officer; 2nd Lt. Martin Ruch. itdfittant; 2nd Lt. Grin Hertzmann, planf and training officer; 2nd Lt. Louis Audi, supply officer; 2nd Lt. Paul Wilkinson, military council representative; 2nd Lt. Elvin Carlson, air council representalite Bottom row; Capt. David Hunter, cjmmanjin officer; Beverly Allen, honorary captain i ,r 348 m Sc;il)l)ard and Bhuic is a national niiiirary lujiior- ary and professional fratcrnit . The members are chosen each semester from the advanced corps of the Arnn ' and Naval Reserve Officers ' 1 raining Corps. F.ach member is selected on the basis of his all round merit. The socict has one hundred and five companies or chapters all over the counrr . These companies are organized into nine regiments with a total membership of nearK fift tiiousand. Compans ' F at the University of Illinois recei ed its charter in 1909 and was the fifth company or- ganized in Scabbard and Blade. The primary purpose of this organization is to raise the standard of military education in American colleges and uni ersities and to unite their military departments more closely. Scabbard and Blade en- courages the qualities possessed b ' good officers and promotes friendship among the cadet officers. This friendship is fostered through the various social and service acti ities sponsored by the organization. Although the organization has its own social func- tions to further its purposes. Scabbard and Blade gives full cooperation to the other campus activities to aid in the success of their work. National officers are elected each ear at a na- tional convention. Future policies are also discussed and petitions for new companies are voted on. StufitlniR: Capt. David Rngers, prejiJtiir ; 1st Lt. Robert Sim- mon. tMiNlire officer Kntiliiif,: 1st Sgt. Harold Pfeifer. secvelaiy: S Sgt. Daniel Gauger, publicity officer; 2nd Lt. Michael Pompilio, fifiitucc officer Scabbard And Blade Top row: Raymond Reusch, Robert Reinsch. Donald Kraft. Morris Beschloss. Charles Hudson. Albert Gleason. James Dunn, Paul Rosenthal, David Day, William Michael, Louis Audi Third row: Richard Ems, James Luke, William Henderson, John Klussendorf. Clinton Cannon, John Conlee, James Ephgrave, Otto Stark, Robert Hall, George Duensing Second row: Paul Wilkinson. Hillel SamJsch, Daniel Causer, Michael Pompilio, DaA id Rogers, Robert Simmen, Harold Pfeifer, William Fetter, David Knecht. Werner Philippsen Bottom row : John Price, Guy Dickey, Orin Hertzman, John Martin ie. Leonard Felts, George Riedle. Donald Wilson. Harold Wilson. Paul Ransdell, Richard Sttirer Sot iti piinel: Donald Jones. Edward Hallett. N. rman Owen. William Pope. John Pratt, Wylbur Cizel. Richard Clohecy. Walter Czarnik, Gerald Hill. Harold Knudson, Richard Konigsteld, John Mainey, John Powell. Robert Shaw A ,C) t : J, f «v .t. t. ■ ». :t. ■■ m 349 - -6 t,; it.%i-fo!f;, t Top row: Robert Sanner, Alan Turner, Richard Boyd, Ross McNaught, Robert Meyer, Francis Livermnre, Donald Jackson, Robert Coffeen, Richard Sargent Thirii Toiv: George Cook, Floyd Windal, Charles McGrew. Stanley Ladley, Jack Hensler, Captain Robert Stowbridge, Albert Albrecht. Clarence Leverenz. Virgil Cobb, George Tikalsky. James Foss, George Court Second row: Clifford Heverly. Robert Kell, Sammy Rebecca. James Baldwin. Norman Carruthers, Robert Rexer. Earl Hanna, Edward Svoboda, Robert Wheeler. Harold Schofield Bottom row: Dean Bussart, David Snetsinger, Frank Pannone. Roger Kraehenbuehl, John Eversole, John Pflaum, Robert Wilkins, Gary Gray. Edgerton Saathoff, John Young Ph CI I CI n X. honors men in m ' llifary training Phi Chi Eta furthers knowledge about the quartermaster corps Top row: Joseph Yeagic. Dean Bussart, Ross McNaught. Lawrence Vogt, William Henderson. Peter Bonucci, Thomas Dieffenbacher. James Sullivan. Jay Franke! Third row: Reginald Rsmine. Floyd Windal. Albert Gleasnn, Ronald Freiwald, Wesley Harm, Layo Flick. William Hohman, Charles Schultz, Robert Soble, Morns Beschloss Second row: Bydus Kaiser. Ronald Fowler, John Conlee. vice president; Cirl Andersen, president; Theron Beeson. national commander; David Gull- ette, treasurer: Alan Turner, Major Truett Anderson Bottom row: John Pflaum, Frank Goodman, David Rogers. John Lair. Charles Graham t Alti ' ; 350 Top row: Major William Plaumhui, Pttti tantUy, George Tikalsky, John Brown, Bruce Brown, Ronald Maina, Walter Dwyer, Thomas Edwards. Eric Aagaard. Lawrence Humbard. Maior James O ' Hara Bottom row: George Cook. Richard Paul. John Lindahl, Robert Watson, Robert Baird, vice president; Harold Schofield. Charles Major, treasurer; Richard Brown, Edward Svoboda, Harold Slaight, James Baldwin, president T k I " T sfimulafes professional knowledge and inferesf in army lau Nu lau engineering Transportation Club stimulates the cadet ' s interest in the transportation corps Top row: Norman Carruthers, president; Emmitt Jeffress, Alan Chase. Fred Schwappach, Charles Hanford, Orville Rmne, George Court, rice presi- dent; John Sidenstick. Robert Kell Second row: William Sommer. secretary-treasurer; Leland Kreid, Earle Malkin, James Foss. Col. Carl Elges, Capt. Laurence Kaufer, Charles Haskins. John Young. Sammy Rebecca Bottom row: Martin Whited. David Snetsinger, Loy Jones, Peter Kuhns, Thomas Jennings. Roy Cameron, Do nald Simpson Not in panel: Franklin Byers, Clarence Nichols. John Bowman, Harry Gullett. David Hensler, Alan Hertzberger, Roger Kraehenbuehl, Burleigh Ran- dolph. Louis Rieker, Robert Wheeler t; f .f f -f ' S » « . ■ - ' . T . • ■ ■ . t-.t ' Mt i . ' . t o-r ■ . - f " ' %; .if rn jSStSKi- ' ; Top row: Onn Herlzmann, finatnt officer: Delmar Schrumpf, James Skrna. Edgerton Saathotf. Jerr ' Springer, James Markwell Second row: Donald Nish, Vaughn Craft, Charles McGrew, Edmund Harnedy. Ernest Phillips. David Day. Paul Rosenthal Bottom rou- : Robert Rice, executive officer; David Hunter. Richard Melz. Major William Graham, Daniel Gauger, commiwding officer; Jay Sturm, Louis Audi Sot in p.t ' itl: Walter Czarnik, tiJjutiWt: Robert Price, provost marshal Zeta Sigma Alpha perpefrafes the Cavalry leaders ideals of the American Distinguished Military Students ore junior cadets outstanding in leadership and scholarship Top row: Thomas Dieffenbacher. James Baldwm. Donald Jones, Harold Scholtield. Floyd Powell, Paul Coroneos. Donald Falk, George Court. William Sommcr, James Fuss, Fred Ore, Curtis Bendell, Richard Clohecy Second row: Harry AJvey. Walter Czarnik, John Torode. Robert Baird. Charles Major, Harry Yoder. Paul Wilkinson, John Conlee, Jay Frankel, Carl Andersen. John Droste. David Rogers, John Price Bottom row: David Hunter. Robert Rice, Hi 1 lei Samisch, Theron Beeson. Walter Winkler, Werner Philippsen, George Cook, John Young, John Eversole. Donald Jackson, Harold Raper, Earle Malkin, James Boulden. Bruce Gilbert. Arthur Miller ' tC) % t «g9 ■ « fv f siTf ' t:t :T f ? W: ; ' r 1 4 . t YJ i. Aboic ' : Army Security Agency Below: Infantry Upper right: Signal Corps Right: Quartermaster ' s Corps Lower right: Antiaircraft Artillery -.:r 1 7 _l ' -. T. -. ' ■. T 1 i • ;ft [7?, it? f f ■0 H 1 ' j; ■51 h .V M - ' ■ Tfj J rou ' .- David Knecht,- Edward Hallett, Charles Hudson, Elvin Carlson. Carl Ekena, Robert Nance, Stanley Cohen, John Allison, Raymond May, Harold Fritz, Robert Simmen, Albert Albrtcht Thhd row: John Martin, John Wear, Rudolph Moz, Henry Brandon, Henry Kalapaca, Donald Wilken, James Trovillion, Thomas Brown, Ted Kem- ner, Jean Carney. Werner Meyer, Guy Dickey, Harold Pfeifer Second row: Ronald Geiler, Robert Wilkins. Roy Dillon, Harold Kaplan, Eldon Sund, Richard Kenna. Leonard Felts. Alfred Roth, Wayne Elliott, Delbert Alexander, Ted Newman, James Potter Bottom roll ' : Major Karl Benson, advisor; William Sears, squadron commander ; John Alderson, executive officer; George Riedle, operations officer; John Martinine, adjutant recorder; William Fetter, air council representative Not in p itul: Eugene Ziegler, secretary-treasurer Arnold Ai »- - I promotes the inferesf of cadets in the Un ' i- r OOCieiy versity Air R.O.T.C. Air Force Senior Class Top row: Thomas Brown. Richard Osborne. Gordon Lykkebak, Howard Lumpkin, Ronald Geiler. John Clapp, Michael Pompillo, Werner Meyer, Albert Kiaup. Donald Miles. James Potter Second row: John Martin. William Pope, Harold Pfeifer, Harry Fritz, Herman Waarich, Raymond May, James Stokes, Guy Dickey, George Bristol, George Riedle. Eugene Ziegler Bottom row: Walter Zaleski. David Knecht. Donald Hendricks, Elvin Carlson. Robert Hall, Robert Simmen, William Fetter. John Allison, Edward Hallett. Robert Wilkins. Sherwood Phillips ' " in f .in,l- ( " liarit-v Hiirter W» - - ' •■ • ' 1 • t " i ' :f « ' ■% ' ;■■ ' ir y f .£■ 354 • : • • ; ' ■ • ' • ' ' , " V. ' ' - V ' " y- -! » - _ « Top row: Djle Sollars, Wright Catlow. Philip Ratcliffe. Kenneth Wilk, Jean Carney, Delbert Alexander. Richard Kenna, Harley Uvmh, ilarlaiiU Lewin. Eldon Sund. William Gunning. Robert Cornell Third row: Garland Fntts. John Wear, Frank Wilkey, Donald Wilken. Albert Walters, Henry Kalapaca, Wendell Kirabrough. Edward Blicharski, Rnbert Riggins. Elie Popa, Wayne Elliott. John Linderwood, John Powell Second row: William Dixon, William Webber. Stanley Cohen, Clarence Leverenz, Bernard Bosch, Elza Lacy, Francis Livermore. Henry Brandon, Gary Gray, Harry Hawkins. John Karraker, Ted Kemner. Charles Boerio Bottom row: Richard Ems, Roy Dillon. Milo Myers. Marvm Berschet, Thomas Brown, Donald Kaleta, James Trovillion, Nuel Belnap. Frank Shap- pert, Harold Kaplan, Lyle Schertz. Paul Parisot, Emery Dial Air Force Junior Class Top row: Robert Avery. Robert Johnson. Frank Martin, John Karras. David Beeder, Philip ' ood, John Towers, Robert Nance. Rudolph Moz, Con- stantine Hassakis, Charles Orcutt. Stanley Honn, John Wedel, Robert Gleixner Third row: James Luke. Charles Ulrich, Donald Engels, Richard Jenkins, Henry Spies, Leonard Olenginski, William Coney, John Mainey, Alan Farmer, Ronald Batterham, John Rago, John Alderson. William Sears, Ted Newman, James Garman Second row: Robert Meyer, Joseph Headley, George Wright. Charles Hudson, Clark Tossy, Harold McFarland, Norman Meyer, John Stauffer, Donald Wolfe, William Vanderhaak, Oliver Brewbaker, George Mecherle, Robert Youngblood, Leonard Felts Bottom row: Robert Sanner. Edward Cole. Albert Albrerht, Carl Ekena, Alfred Roth, Lawrence Butkus. Dale Smith, Sidney Field, John Horsley, Joseph Krupski, Donald Stevens, Keith Lacy, John Hoehn. John Martinie f -t-t ' ft ? f f 355 t • Harold Baker, George Lemen. Charles Schmulbach, Darrell Johnson. Arthur Grimm, Glenn Oliver. James George. Fred Kondzella The Battalion Navy Senior Class Tol) row: Richard Williams. Laurence Dwyer. Homer Ash. Roger Trapp. Robert Bills, Robert R.sendale. Roger Gurthet, Richard Middendnrt. Robext Clark, Sylc Jayne. Charles Schmulbach Second tow: Darrell Johnson. Harold Baker, Arthur Grimm. Edwin Kuhn, Robert Piette. W illiam Murphy, Jnlin McEnery. Roger Henry. Glenn Oliver, James Lyon B ' lttom row: George Lemen. Robert Heffron, James Anderson. Harold Kieler, Robert Kuhn, Fred Kundzella. James George. Robert Malcomson, Guy Packard. Hamld Clark. Charles Hand ' ' v T 4r ) 356 •t • i »■ 131 NoVy Drill Team encourages perfection in close order drilling Yardarm Staff publishes the midshi pman s newspaper 357 Armed Forces Rifle Teams There are three teams firing in national com- petition representing the University of liHnois Re- serve Officers ' Training Corps. During the 1949-50 academic year, the Army ROTC Rifle Team continued its fine record in na- tional competition. The team •on the Fifth Army championship in the illiam Randolph Hearst Matches for the ninth time since 1935. The Fifth Army championship in the Army Intercollegiate Matches was won for the fourth time. In addition, 40 postal matches were fired with other univer- sities and colleges throughout the country, of which the team won 36 and lost four. In shoulder-to- shoulder competition, 34 opponents •ere met and the Army ROTC team as victorious over 19 of them. The Air Force ROTC Rifle Team was organ- ized for the first time during the 1949-50 academic year. Eleven postal matches wkh other Air Force ROTC units were fired, of which the Illinois team won five. A very good nucleus for a 1950-51 team was formed and an extensive firing schedule was planned, including entrance in national competition, the A ' illiam Randolph Hearst Matches. The Naval ROTC Rifle Team has been organ- ized since 1945 when the NROTC program Mas instituted at the Universitv of Illinois. During the academic year 1949-50, the NROTC Rifle Team fired 42 postal matches with other NROTC teams throughout the country. The number of these matches in the win column was 19. The team also entered the illiam Randolph Hearst Matches and finished sixth nationally. It competed in the Secre- tary of the Navy Match. In shoulder-to-shoulder competition, the team fired in the Annual Univer- sity of Illinois Invitational Tournament. Midship- man James Grimes won the championship in the Individual match in this tournament. Army Top row: Harold Schofield, Edward Svoboda, George Tikalsky, Paul Wilkinson, captain; John Hookar, Robert CotTeen, David Day Bottom row: John Cortland. Bob Levitt, Sgt. Clarence Hodge, coach; Donald Olivieri, Allen Johnson, Joseph Dvorak Not in panel: Richard Brown, Robert Schaefer, Jackie Webber, Roy Ganote, William Western, Robert Largent 358 r " jn Kfl ■: Mi -iti.a- ' ax-t.riBi. ' y.ts.iyi a Top rou ' : ' illiam Sears. Robert Wilkins, Harold Kaplan, Capt. Keith Warren. Milo Myers. Howard Lumpkin, George Bristol Bottom row: William CroxviUe, Harry Jamison, Kenneth Paulson, John Norton, John Krupka, Theodor Schreyer, Donald Espinosa, Robert Wilson No in panel: Michael Pompilio, Donald Brantingham, Robert Newlin, Dale Falilbeck Air Force Navy Top row: Donald Wilson. Lynne Hull, Royle Heyl. Ricnard Bartunek. Virgil Cobb, Thomas Bates, George Angus Bottom row: Ronald Brush, Wade Brown, Daniel Urish, Jessee Matheny, Raymond Eirich, Frank Harris I ' illl f I ■ ■ II 359 if The New B ' nai Brith HiUe! Foundation Building at Illinois The B ' nai Brirh Hillcl Foundation seeks to pro- vide a religious, cultural, and social center for the Jewish students enrolled at the Universits . It offers tile students Jewish life and fellowship through the observance of the Sabbath and (jther Hoh ' da s; Jewish creativit through the medium of activity gnnips, such as riic choral group. Founda- tion of newspaper, and dramatic group; and Jewish learning through forums, stud ' groups, and Uni- versity-approved credit courses. The Foundation maintains a large librar of Judaica and a library of recordings, both classical and Jewish. Hillel is or- ganized as the all-embracing community of Jewish students and is administered by the Director, his staff, and student leaders who comprise the Hillel Student Council. It functions as the spokesman for Jewish students in all matters of a religious nature and as the medium through which students are taught to cooperate ith other Foundations in the cultivation of a moral and spiritual life. It is the purpose of Hillel to develop leadership for future Jewish life in America and to enable the Jewish community to contribute to the heritage of so- ciety. It is toward this that the Hillel Foundation is striving. B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation Top row: Rabbi Samuel BerkowJtz. director: Milton Shulman, piogmm atshtjrit ; Sidney Rappaport, Joseph Jacobs, Morris Hackman. Abraham Bern- stein, Floyd Maniiow, Jerry Sclmltz. Edwin Kooperman. rice president: Richard Sandlnw. tieturntr ; Ernest Kautmann. president: Martin Levit Second row: Herminc Gold. Syiii VC ' eiss, Barbara Schackman. Betty Rosen, Lya Weiss, Evelyn Handweiker, Lenora Grubstein, Marilyn Grosby, Sylvia Weinstein, Betty Blumenthal, orrefponding secretary: Deborah Jacobson. recording secieUry ; Joyce La Zur, Saundra Segal, Racelie Miller Bottom row: Janet Feldmar. .idministijiite secretary: Lenore Goldberg, Lorraine Faber, Joyce Spitzer. Beverly Zarbin, Joan Rieger, Beverly Glassoff. Maxine Epstein, Znralyn Stahl, Barbara Dreebin 360 The mini (christian Fcllowsliip group nt Illinois consists of (Christians of every conceivable denomi- nation. 1 here is, however, a sense of unity through a common eagerness to know (Christ better and to make Him known as Savior and Lord. The group considers spiritual and moral problems of the day through group discussion, study of the Bible, prayer, and weekl lectures given b outstanding Christian men from many fields. One of Missionar) endeavors of Illini Christian Fellowship is the conduction of Bible studies for foreign students. Understanding is fostered further through the shar- ing of ideas at regional, national, and international conferences during the summer and on weekends during the school ear. Illini Christian Fellow- ship is one of more tiian three-hundred chapters of Inter- ' arsir (Christian Fellowship, an international organization. .Although the spiritual and intellectual is emphasized, it recognizes the social needs of its members b ' sponsoring regular socials and an annual spring formal banquet. Fhus the fellowship makes a contribution to many phases of campus life. The faculty sponsors are the Professors Secord, Morgan, and Morrill. Sttintiitig: Dale Stntt. fu iuntr: Kenneth Juhnson, juniui member; Walter Hearn. hibic iludy chiutman Seated: Ruth Ann Oakes, t intticl chairman ; Roger Swank, preitdent: Myron Anderson, rue prendeiil : Vera Anti- monik, secretary ini Christian Fellowship Top row: Martin Nelst)n, Robert Nnrlander, Mary Dusenberry. Frederick Giles, Chiye Kurose. Rubert Juhnsen, Richard Smith. June Hearn. Yuksel Sela, William Johnson, Cainl Halloin. Frink Zeller, Leona Pelletier, Dr. William Pelletier. Mary Edwards, Carl Sehlin, George Wegener, John Bierdeman Third row: Neil Elsheimer, Donald Miles. Dale Slifer, Shirley Grove. Donald Pennington, Laverne Battaelia, Raymond Eckman, Muriel Stark, Royle Heyl, Maria Suiffert. Harry Skahn, Carol Nelson. Howard Sandlund. Joy Wardle. hiiin Lund. Ella Richards. George Harm, Glen Boquist Second raw: Donald Russell. Martha Prather. Charles Inskeep, Edith Mitchell, Eugene Peterson, Irene Monahan, Gordon Palmer, Doris Sandlund, David Offner. Suzanne Wahlstrom, Raymond Westerdahl. Jeanne Fuller. Austin Lindley, Helen Swansttn. Suat Atay. Twilla Lauher Bottom row: Donna Christiansen. Roy Kelley, Edna Meadors. George Harcus, Kenneth Johnson, Ruth Ann Oakes, Myron Anderson, Roger Swank, Vera Antimonik, Walter Hearn. Dale Scott. Mildred Anderson, John Ockert, Wilmj Sherwin. Donald Doty, Mary Ethel White. Peter Thompson Not in pantl : Joanne Bare. Gordon Johnson. James Kay, Clyde Kautz. Robert Luzzi. Frank Luzzi, Martha Luzzi, Robert Nunemacher, Jeann ne Reichelt, Donald Walden. Frank Tichy. Elaine Carr. Richard Anderson, Marion Gray, Fulton Harrigill. Dan James. Roger Swanlund. Joyce Thorell. Paul Sytsma, Martha Allen, Roger Bntwn. Henry Busch, Rosa Carlson, Sarah Cash, Mary Hagopian, Grace Kaechele, Mary Lamson. Franklin Lane. Anna Mae Martin, Donald Martin. Slary Peters, Paul Grabill, Jay Poppinga 361 autaj ■Willi I H ■■ The Reverend Edward Duncan The Xew ' iiian Foundation is tiie Catholic stu- dent center at the Uni ersit . Its purpose is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal life of its members. The foundations program is under the direction of the Rev. Edward Duncan, assisted by the Rev. Edward O ' Rourke and the Rev. Edgar Ta lor. First among the foundation ' s activities is the work of St. John ' s Catholic Chapel, which offers its students three masses daily. Also, the foundation offers courses in dogmatic, moral, and ascetic theology; liturgy and scripture; church his- tory; and philosoph)-. The Newman Club, official organization of Catholic students on campus, sponsors a series of lectures on topics of vital interest for Catholics through its Te Deum and Aquinas forums and its Christopher conferences. The Newman Club is affiliated with the National Federation of Newman Clubs and is a branch of the National Catholic Wel- fare Conference. A well-balanced social program consisting of intramural sports, dramatics, corporate communions, discussion groups, and coffee hours is offered to its members. Traditional events include an annual formal and a picnic to Turkey Run State Park each spring. Newman Foundation 362 Top row: Bruce Huffer. John Moore, Dave Wayham. Richard Fedder, Ernest Huggins Third row: Walter Fisher, Thomas Johnson, John Andrews, Jim David ge, Hewitt Hafer. Jim Scherer, David Cole, Ralph Steele, Charles Funt- shouser, Lynn McNichols. Harlan Van Gerpen. Donald Bergstrom. Richard Reynolds. Don Hunter, Art Jones Second row: Ralph Sloman, William Lawrence, Ireamrer; Wanda Bloomquist, Robert Baker, Carol Edwards, Harry Hillman. president; Wallace McCurdy, vice president; Naomi Harner, Eloise ivers, secretary; Betty Van Gerpen. Margery Ivers, Virginia Carter, George Fox Bottom row: Robert Hedgcock. Evelyn Mollet, Vera Tomcik. Milo Illich, Mary MacLean. Anna Lee Jones, Joanne Beard, Patricia Blue Baptist Student Fellowship is the church home and so- cial confer for all Baptist students Lutheran Student Association provides for students of the National Lutheran Council, offers transportation to church, sponsors Sunday supper clubs, Bible studies, daily devotions, and recreation for its members Bottom row: Vivian Everson. counselor; Wallace Brandt, vice president; Betty Lueth, president; Emma Waldschmidt, secretary; Robert Osterbur, treasurer 363 Ifaj -. M K i M -j . . ' ii . si Ui, ' I if ' ii ' U : Harry B-ikcnk.imp, ThuniJS Fulkerts, Uarda Fi lkerts, Dumthy Mennecke, Delures Mennecke, Carl Mennecke. William Chandler, Geurge Chandler, Caml Chandler. Beverly Pmvu, Fern Erase, Darlene Guderjjn, Eleanor Marshall, Grace Straub, Donna Straub, Harold Straub Sixth f ' tu-: Wallace Eberhardt, David Brandt. David Schuenrtick, Arthur Hcins. Harnid Hurrelbnnk, Robert Funke, Lloyd Engelhrecht, Paul Leacraft, Henry Rommelmann. Donald Jensen. Wilma Alrutz, Alice Bokenkamp. Robert Bokenkamp. Steve Bokenkamp, Orville Dickhaut Fifth row: Raymond Garcia, Edward Werner, Keith Klockau. Norman Schenck, Dale .Montonye. Eileen Montonye, Max.ne Clark, Theodore Clark. James Bokenkamp, Wayne Meier bans, Allan Wei he. Harlan Schone Fourth run-: Rev. E. H. Heint2en. Raymond Klopsch. Ruth Klopsch. Ervin Schuetze. Gertrude McDaniel, Charles McDaniel, Max Mueller, John Rentschlcr. Marjorie Doehrtnp, Sally Emnch. Marilyn Handmck. Thelma Danielsen, William Stoewer Third row : Raymond Delicath, Franklin Nienstedt. Ronald Lange, Charles Law rence, Doris Lawrence, Patricia Stoecker, Wilbert Stuecker. Gladys Hintz. Arthur Hintz. Marian Aulbach. Marion Southern. Robert Rempert SfionU row: Dean Paulsmeyer. Jewel Jenne, John Schmidt. ( harles Peterson, Norman Minster. Alan Kornblum, Karl Marks, John Eberhard, Lois Eberhard, Leona Gross, Joseph Gross, Ralph Klautsch, Leroy Drechsel Bi ' tfum rote : Gerald Ocock. Irene Hubbard, Joseph Hubbard, Peder Svendsen, George Eisner, Patricia Eisner, Melvin Davis, Delmar Strelow, Robert Ulrich. Donald Klein, May Mcssmann, Miriam Mueller. Bernita Scheiwe LI I Cj. J L J. serwG% students of the Lutheran uiheran oruaent L-enter synodicai conference McKinley Foundation Student Council guides and directs all activities of the Presbyterian Student Center Top iiuf: Allan Nelson. E elyn Johnson. J.ine Rendk-man. Ella Walker, Marilyn Wtlsch, Lorraine Cozza, Eunice Jodar. Charlene Wt odson, Lois Crawford, Sarah Griswold, Nat)mi Huston, Kathryn Wolter, Rev. James Hine ThirJ IOU-: Barbara Hull, Orcutt Frost, Robert Alexander, Richard Mayne, Martha Firebaugh. Paul She«mon. Lora Player. Donald Brakensiek, Terry Jackson Second row: Keith Page, Elson Sims. Pnit. Natalie Belting. Wanda Custis, William Henderson, vice prt ' sident ; Mary Day, preiidtnt ; Dorothy Tex- tor, secretary: Kenneth Bell. ltt,ijnttt : Marilyn Schueler, Jennis Barry Bottom row : Carroll Loom is. Benita Harnisli. Joseph Henderson. Robert Nunemacher. David Cash, Charles Wade. Severyn Bruyn Not in pdinel: Patricia Price, Betty Flabb 364 ■ :x ■■ 5?is JV ' -vi:■ ' ' Rlv. TIk Fiaiik. ininntLi : Win Nicnlai. Iium Jaunty, Jnlm Bici JcnLiii. Top vuiv : Tlieodnic Sw.iin. pvtsidint; Russell Tuttle, dm. Robert Rubins.. n. Waller Lembke, Robert Bennett Second low: Walter Rubb. Chailes Nauert, Leu Arms, Sidney Stutz. Rodney Chang. Walter Tudor. Peter Yff. Eugene Gandrau. Juhn Martin. Ji ' hn Cedarholm, Donald Osbirne Bottom row: Jantina Noorman. Larry Tuttle, Mary Louise Frank, Mrs. Theodore Frank, Katherine BelletT. Mildred Brannon. Ellen Prodan, Margot Tibbits, Donna Christiansen, Mrs. Russell Tuttle, Barbara Hill. Elizabeth Hines, Dorothy Drewes S e a b U ry Foundation s e s uden organhatJon for Congre- gafional-Cbrisfian and Evangelical-Reform students esley Foundation s the university center for Methodist stu- dents, with a church-related program directed by a student council, providing op- portunities for religious thinking and living and training for responsible leadership Top row: Ann Parker, Shirley Jorgensen, Martin Ruch, Robinson Lahman. r ce pyendent : James McNair. Rev. Robert Nelson. Dean Albrecht, Stella Frank, Eleanor Beling Siii-nd rnti- : R. y Rauschenberg. Ora Mae Welcher. Helene Behl, John Dorr. Ann Pry ir, Harold Kieler, president; Mary Lou Shugert. Rev. Ralph Dunlop. Janet White. Lloyd Gross, neiisi ier B ' Jttum i)U : Laura Phillips, secretjry ; Opal Read, Aria Rice, Georgia Hammonds. Mary Ellen Hall. Thomas Brademas N .t i : p.nitl : Robert Hall, Culver Slocum 365 ilB THLETICS Ray Eliot, heud footl iili coiieh Doug Mills. Jnecfot of ulhUlics Administrators Leo Johnson, head track coach Wally Roettger. head basehaU coach Harry Combes, he id h.nkethdU cn.ich t Chuck F! !in. .ithUliL puhhat) . ut ry Mel Brewer, freshman jootball liiicl F.iUlmsuii, uresl ing Ralph Fletcher, golf Burt Ingwersen, line Howie Braun, tennis Charley Pond, gymn istics Ed Manley, swimming M: : Garrett, fencing 369 In Memory of Glenn C. Law The sudden death of head wrestHng coacli Glenn C. Law on Ma - 1, 1950, came as a surprise to both the students and faculty of the University of Ilhnois. Glenn La ' , better known as Newt, had been a member of the Illinois coaching staff for 21 years. He served as assistant •resrling coach until 1944 when he became head wrestling coach succeeding H. E. Kenny. In 1943 he was appointed assistant football coach and one year later assumed the duties of Athletic Association personnel di- rector. Newt was permanently appointed head wrest- ling coach in 1948 when Kcnn - became assistant to the director of the School of Physical Education. During Newt ' s six years as head wrestling coach his teams won 26 dual meets, lost 14, and tied two. Newt ' s 1946 team established him as one of the best wrestling coaches in the countr , when they on the Big Ten wrestling championship and hnished third in the NCAA meet. In 1950 Newt realized two of his greatest ac- complishments. He A as elected secretary-treasurer of the National Rules Committee, and in the spring Newt held his first stare high school wrestling coaches ' clinic. Newt was very interested in outh activities and served as facult advisor to both Alpha Phi Omega, honorary Boy Scout fraternit) ' , and to the Tribe of Illini, Illinois letterman ' s organization. Newt was well liked and highl ' respected by all the men he coached and b those he met in competition. Illinois lost a fine man and an excel- lent coach at the untimeh ' death of Ne ' t La " . 370 Conference Medal Winner and Athlete of the Year Russ Stegei Russ Steger, who has long been noted as one of the most colorful athletes in the history of the University of Illinois, finished his career as an out- standing mini h - winning the Athlete of the Year award and the Conference Honor Medal. He as awarded the Conference Honor Medal on the basis of his proficiency in athletics and scholarship. Stcgcr won the 1950 Athlete of the ' ear Con- test to become the ninth w inner of the Lion Gardi- ner Award hich is presented on the basis of student -ote. Russ received eight varsity letters, four in football and four in baseball. In 1947, when he was onh ' a sophomore, he was named to the ail- American footl)all team for his outstanding play as a fullback on the Illinois squad. Russ pla ed both outfield and first base for the lUini baseball team. The members of the 1949 baseball squad voted him the Most ' aluable Flaver of the season. 371 Most Valuable Player Tony Klimek Ton - Klimek received the greatest honor his teammates could bestow when thev voted him Most Valuable Player of the 1950 football season. Ton ' s election to the presidency of the Tribe of mini, Illinois lettermen ' s organization, is a good example of the high esteem held for him by his fellow athletes. Klimek earned his " most valuable " title as one of the two Illinois players to play almost every minute of this season ' s games. Tony was a rugged offensive player and gained a reputation in Big Ten circles for his outstanding defensive play. The mini end as cliosen as a first team end on the Associated Press all-Big Ten eleven. Tony also received honorable mention in the Associated Press ail-American listings. As a finale to his college football career Tony was selected to play in the Blue-Gray game. 372 Ch eeneaaers The new spark added to the cheering section of the mini this year was the return of girl cheer- leaders to the cheerleading squad. The demand for girl cheerleaders, absent from the cheering squad since before the war, rose until the idea met ful- fillment. Somersaults, cartwheels, and other tumbling stunts were all a part of the ells led b ' the spirit raisers. New yells, including a tom-tom yell, were received with entliusiasm by fans. Jim Downs, in his third season as Chief Illini- wek, continued to boost tlie interest of ardent foot- ball fans by his traditional Indian war dance, his leadership of " Hail to the Orange, " and his peace pipe ceremons ' sometimes shared with cheerleaders of opposing teams. In addition to leading cheers at football and basketball games, the Illini cheerleaders took part in numerous pep rallies and athletic activities. The combination of Block I, the great football band, a strong Illini football team, and the en- thusiastic cheerleaders resulted in a colorful and successful football season for Illinois. Hale Newcome: head cheeyleadi Top tow: John Underwood, James Bunting, Hale Newcomer, Bob Sullivan, Ronald Levy, Henry Price Bottom tow: Mary Lou Schaeflein, Marilyn Lowe. Dorothy Rich, Marilyn Berger Footba Ohio University Outchissing Oliio uni crsit all the a , tlic Fighting lliini racked up their most decisive vic- tory of the season in their 28 to two 1950 opener. After the opening kick-oft, Illinois had the ball onl three minutes before Sam Piazza shook loose on a 4()-yard touchdown sprint. Sam Re- becca added the extra point. With four minutes to go in the second quarter, W a ne Siegcrt laid the ke - block that enabled Dick Raklovits to sprint 25 yards to the goal. Early in the third quarter. johnn Karras passed to Joe Vernasco in the end zone for the third Illinois touchdo n. Five minutes later Al Brosky intercepted a Bobcat aerial. Two plays later Karras skirted around end for the score. Rebecca ' s kick made it 28 to 0, completing Illi- nois ' scoring. Ohio scored its two points on a safety by breaking through and catching Don Henss behind the goal line on an attempted pass. chuck Studley Tony Klimek John Karras and Sam Piazza 1950 Big Ten Standings Won Michigan 4 Ohio State 5 ' isconsin 5 Illinois 4 Northwestern 3 Iowa 2 Minnesota 1 Purdue 1 Indiana 1 Lost Tie 1 I 1 -) 3 4 4 1 4 4 375 Ronnie Clark and Al Brosky Chuck Fox Wisconsin Rain and the Wisconsin Badgers combined to darken a damp day at Memorial Stadium as Wis- consin wrung out a 7 to 6 victory over the Ilhni. lUinois received the kick-off and marched 87 ards up the rain-soaked field for their only touch- down. Rebecca tried for the conversion, but the pass from center went into the mud. He attempted to run it over, but was dropped on the Wiscon- sin four-yard-line. In the second quarter, the Illini were moving steadil - downfield when Major faded to pass. The ball was partially deflected b a ' is- consin lineman, and it dropped into the arms of Badger Bob Radcliffe, who trotted 31 ards down the sideline for the score. Cotta kicked the water- logged ball through the uprights for the extra point, giving Wisconsin the game winning 7 to 6 lead. Statistics showed the Illini offense gained 242 yards in contra.st to 92 yards gained bv the Badger offensive unit. Scores Illinois 28 Ohio University 6 Wisconsin 14 UCLA . 376 20 Washington 13 20 Indiana 7 .Michigan 21 Iowa 7 14 Ohio State 7 7 Northwestern 14 UCLA The mini phi cd in 100 ilcgrcc tcnipcr;iturc under the lights of the Los Angeles Colosseinu to defeat their 1947 Rose How! opponent 14 to 6. IIH- nois struck quicldy in tlic opening period w hen the second of two long Major-to-Klinielc aerials capped a 72-yard touchdown drive. The second quarter featured good defensive pla " b ' both teams. Don Laz ' s punting repeatedly placed the (lolden Bears deep into their ow n territory. Early in the third period, Dick Rakloxits ex- ploded through the center of the line on a 76-yard sprint over tiie llruin goal. Rebecca con erted for the second time, giving the Illini a 14 to lead. The Illini concentrated on defense for the re- mainder of the game; kicking many times on the first down, and keeping passes to a minimum. These tactics stifled the Bruin offense until UCLA scored late in the fourth quarter on Florence ' s touch do n pass, making the final score 14 to 6. v j :ji 1 .- .-Mi Fred Major Leo Cahill Wayne Siegert Washington Sparked b - Johnny Karras ' s 183 yards from scrimmage, Illinois won an exciting 20 to 13 decision from the previously unbeaten ' ashington Huskies in a hard-fought offen- sive battle. The Huskies opened the scoring in the second period with a 2. -yard pass from Hein- rich to Early. Illinois rallied immediateh " with Karras ' s 39-yard dash off tackle, sparking a 71 -yard touchdown drive which made the score 7 to 6. .Minutes later Hugh AIcElhenny leaped up between t o Illini defenders to make a spectacular end-zone catch of Don Heinrich ' s 2 5 -yard pass, and the Huskies lead 13 to 6. Illinois countered with .Major ' s screen pass to Raklovits ' hich mo ed the ball to the Washington two. Karras smashed over for the score. Joe Hall ' s interception of a Husky pass set up the final Illini touchdown. Dick Raklovits scored from the three-yard line. 377 Indiana Illinois, sparked by Johnny Karras ' running and Fred .Major ' s passing, defeated a highly-rated Indiana team 20 to before a Homecoming crowd of 65,000. The perfect fall weather allowed the lUini to play their best brand of football, mixing quick opening pla s with strategic passes. Time after time the lllini defense stopped a potent Hoosier passing attack deep in Illinois territorw Both teams made long marches early in the first quarter, but neither could muster a scoring punch. The first break for the lllini came when Al Tate recovered a Hoosier fumble on their 22. Then the ground attack began to roll. Several quick dashes b ' Karras and Raklovits put the ball on the Indiana three, and then Clark cut off tackle for the touch- down. Neither team was able to score in a hard-fought second quarter and the half-time score was 7 to 0. Illinois kicked off to start the third quarter and the Hoosiers, sparked b - Lou D ' Achille ' s passing, rolled to the lllini 33 before the Orange and Blue forward wall stiffened. Seconds later Johnny Karra s exploded through right tackle for 67 yards and a touchdown. Five minutes later the lllini, paced by Steven ' s running and .Major ' s passing, marched 77 yards downfield. Raklovits tallied from the six-yard-line. Rebecca ' s kick was good, making the final score 20 to 0. I Tate Wk 65 Michigan The Fighting lUini traveled to Ann Arbor and pia ed a very cool, defensive ball game on a very cool da)- in a blinding snowstorm. Illinois gained a 7 point edge in the first half, and through stalwart defensive play, turned it into the margin of victory. In the first quarter, both teams tried to start ground attacks that just wouldn ' t start — then the) ' punted and played for a break, but the break never came. In the second period. Rocky Raklovits started the winning dri e with a 32 yard dash to the Michigan 48. Three pla s later Don Stevens, filling the shoes of the injured Johnny Karras, drove 21 yards to the Michigan 6. On third down, Fred Alajor lobbed a very slippery ball to Ton ' Klimek in the end zone for the winning touchdown. Rebecca ' s placekick split the uprights, making it 7-0. In the second half, Illinois did not tr - to score, took no chances, and played only to keep Michigan from tallying. Coach Ray Eliot directed a very cautious, scientific t pe of game, frequenth having Don Laz punt on first down to keep the Wolverines deep in their own territory The staunch mini defense, sparked by tackle Al Tate, linebacker Joe Cole, and halfback Herb Xeather , held well on the frozen grid- iron and pre ' ented the Wolverines from threatening through- out the final half. Dick Mueller Joe Hall Pass from Major to Fox Chuck Ulrich Chuck Brown Raklovits carries again Erick Kuykendall Rex Smith Dan Sabit Iowa The Orange and Blue offense scored three quick touchdowns in tlie first eight minutes of the opening period at Iowa City. itii just two minutes of the first quarter gone, Al Brosky ran a Hawkey e punt back 61 yards for the first score. Immediately after the next kickoff L) nn Lynch recovered an Iowa fumble on the Ilawkcye 24, and two plays later Major lired a screen pass to Dick Raklovits in the end zone. Only five min- utes more had elapsed when the Illini again took over possession of the ball and Raklovits sprinted up the middle on a quick opening play for 61 ards and the third touchdown. Sam Rebecca kicked his third success- ful conversion, making the halftimc score 21 to 0. In the third period, the lowans climaxed a 73-yard march with a 14-yard touchdown pass to make the final score 21 to 7. In the fourth quarter a for -ard-lateraI penalty canceled a 61 -yard touchdown run by Don Stevens. bob Rylowicz Paul Douglas Chris Pagakis 380 t -49, to Captain Bill Vohaska Ohio State The Figliting lUini w iiippcd the Bucke es in tlie giiiiic rhnt ;is hilled ;is the " hnttle for the Big Ten Championship. " Illinois ' defense, then rated as third best in the country, held Ohio State ' s powerful offensive team to one touchdown, while Fred .Major passed to Don Stevens for two, giving Illinois a 14 to 7 victory. The first quarter was a rugged see-saw battle with both squads fighting hard, but gaining little ground. The fireworks began in the second quarter when Major flipped a 20- ard pass to Stevens who caught it on a dead run and raced the remaining 32 yards to the goal line. Five minutes later the Illini, sparked by the timeh ' running of Karras and Ste cns, marched 42 ards to the Buckeye five, where .Majt)r fired a pass to Stevens in the end zone for the winning touchdown. Ohio ' s all- American, ' ic Janowicz, proved his ability as his run- ning carried the Buckeyes on an 83-yard touchdown drive for the onl ' Ohio State touchdown. Don Engels Don Ellis Pete Bachouros Neil Quinn Anntlicr M.tjnr p is-; to Klimck P ■ « : Good for eight yards Dick Read Ted Moody 381 I . ' ' .V W V Top row: John Karras. Donald Engels, William Tate. Dan Sabino. Frank Wodziak. Bernard Eisner. Rex Smith. Herb Neathery, Donald Gnidmic, Ronald Clark. Alfred Brosky, Robert King, assistant coach Third row: Robert Knauf. assistant coach; Charles Ulrich, Donald Stevens, Robert Rylouicz, Charles Studly, Joe Cole, Charles Boerio, Joe Hall, Elie Popa. John Gothard. manager Second row: Charles Brown, Richard Raklovits. Sam Piazza, Chris Pagakis. Don Laz, Sam Rebecca. Pete Bachouros, Joe Vernasco, Wayne Siegert, Tony Klimek Bottom row : Burt Ingwersen, assistant coach ; Charles Fox, Richard Mueller, Don Smith, Bill Vnhaska Major, Amos Jones, Ray Eliot, coach captain; Al Tate. Lynn Lynch. Leo Cahi ll, Fred 382 Northwestern An inspired North estern team crushed Illinois Rose Bowl hopes by scoring two second-half touch- downs to defeat the Illini 14-7. On the first play from scrimmage Al Brosky intercepted a Wildcat pass on the Northwestern 43. Illinois marched to the 14 and then Karras swept right end to make it 7-0 at the end of the first three minutes. I he Illini then played cautious defensive ball, punt- ing frequently, but in the third period the ' ildcats drove to the Illinois 20 where Athans sped off guard for the tying touchdown. The Illini, who refused to pass, couldn ' t nuister a sustained drive. In the fourth period the Wildcats started a 54- ard drive which ended when Miller went off tackle for the winning touchdown. I he 14-7 final score left Illini fans with no reward for their three hour vigil in the near-zero temperatures. Freshman Foolhall Ti-jm — ToB loic- Les Belirend, McNaiy Walters, Stan Wallace. Jack Boyle. Bcii Clatk. Hcniy Sadoius. Richard Zimmerman. Rubcrt Sullivan. Kenneth Miller, Jerry Menec, Cliff Waldbeser Sixth row: Ray Ryan. Tom Kane, Paul Luhrsen, Chester Radlnff. Gi rdnn Smith. Don Ernst. Gerald Pangborn. Juhn Mueller. John Correy. Ron Uhltes. Herb Boerman Fifth row: Bob Mitchell. Marty Seidler. Bob Bishop. Dick Tmdall, Ray Kenaga. Dave Bauer. Steve Kosek. EIry Falkenstein. Lloyd Spencer. James Baugh- man. Gene Fowlie, Lou Pavlic Fointh row: John Bauer, John Putfy, Jim Franz, Bob Hutchins, Baird Stewart. Pete Palmer. Bob Lenzini, Bob Hayes. Bob Eckhardt. Pat Twomey. Stan Rymarczyk Third row: Burton Kohn. Robert Babicz. Dick Krolak. Pete Malz. Ben Kelly. Robert Brayton. Kenneth Walker. George Frankovich. Claude Taliaferro, Kenneth Swienton. Edward Gaus StcoiiJ row: Bill Shepard. Tom O ' Connell. Harry Childress. Dick O Keefe. Manual Vidal. John Butler, Glenn Hareus. Charles Baysingcr. Lavcrnc Keelcy. Hugh Woodson Bottom roiv: Robert Marconi, iissistitnt coach: Melvin Brewer, hend coach: Al Zimmerman, aaiitant coach: Jerry Slack, aiiiifant Cfjach: Gene Casey, assistant coach; Russ Steeer, assistant coach; Robert Malinsky, assistant coach; Steve Sucic, assistant coach Although the lUini neither won the Big Ten Championship, nor played in the Rose Bowl, they had a better than average season. Their hopes of annexing the Champion ' s crown and of taking the California trip were not smashed until tiie last half of the Northwestern game — the last game of the season. In conference tilts, the lUini won four and lost two, but they also captured two non-conference games. Illinois outscored their opponents 137-. 6, and until the Northwestern game were rated the third best defensive team in the country. Center Bill A ohaska was named all-American by the Associated Press. He was also voted best center in a players poll. Other Illini honored in the poll were: Chuck Brown — best offensive guard, and Johnn - Karras — best running halfback. Al Tate made Look magazine ' s all-American sec- ond team, and L " nch and Karras were rated all- Midwest b Colliers. Sam Rebecca Lynn Lynch Herb Neathery Basketba Scores llliiiuis Opposition 66 . . . . . . .Marquette 47 74 . . . Oregon State 51 54 Toledo 68 69 . . DePaul 68 71 . . . AX ' ashington State ... 48 75 . . PennsN Uania 65 65 . . DePaul 68 S8 . . Butler 52 71 . . . . . ' isc()nsin 69 7(1 . . . . . Minnesota 62 72 . . Iowa 69 6H . . .... .Michigan 47 53 .... Indiana 64 69 . . Iowa 53 85 . . Purdue 76 63 . . . . . ' isconsin 52 79 . . . . . Ohio State 59 70 . . Purdue 65 71 . . Indiana 65 89 .. . . . Ohio State 69 80 .. . . Northwestern 76 49 . . . Michigan State .... 43 72 . . . . Kansas State 91 384 In most pre-season estimates, Illinois was not ranked as a strong contender for the Big Ten Cage Championship. The team was considered too young and too inexperienced to be able to beat out such strong contenders as Iowa and Indiana. However, early in the season, after im- pressive victories over Marquette and Oregon State, it became apparent that the Fighting Illini were going to go places in the Big Ten. The next two games tested the Illini much more than the previous two, and the Illini emerged -ith a loss to Toledo, a one point ictory over DePaul. and much confidence and experience gained. During the Christmas vacation the Illini continued to hold regular practice and pla ed four non-conference games here in Champaign. They won three of the games b ' rather decisive scores and lost a return game -with DcPaul by onl ' three points. 1 he Illini were then rcad - to embark upon their regular conference season and the race for the Big Ten Championship. 385 The mini opened conference play by beating three of the main contenders for the crown — isconsin in an overtime, Minnesota by eight points, and Iowa by two points. This unpredicted feat set the mini up as the team to beat in the Big Ten. 1 he lUini continued their quest for the title with a victory over a none-too- powerful Michigan. However, the Hoosicrs managed to take the Illini for their only conference loss by a rather decisive 1 1 point margin. The Illini came back strong and took their next five opponents ith relative ease. At this point in the season the Cagers were virtualh ' tied •ith Indiana for first place, Indiana ha ' ing picked up one loss at the hands of Minnesota. If the Illini could defeat Indiana , the ould practically have the championship in their possesssion, save an upset, which is only too possible in the Big Ten. Jim Bredar and Ren Aide When Indian;! came to Champaign, the mini were waiting for them. lIHnois capitalized on Indiana ' s weaknesses, played a rough game under the boards, and kept their wits about them at all times. After an exciting 40 minutes, the game ended with Illinois having a six point edge. Now the Fighting UHni had undisputed possession of first place and only three games left. Illinois won the first of these three games from Ohio State at Columbus with very little difficulty. However, North- western, who likes to spoil Illini title hopes, put up a real battle against the Cagers in the Chicago Stadium, but fell short of a victroy by four points. Michigan State, the last obstacle for the Illini, gave Illinos fans a real scare as they led all the way before yielding to a last minute scoring splurge which gave the Illini their final margin of victory. However, Michigan State did hold the Illini to 49 ponts, their lowest score all season. John Marks and Jim Schuldt Mack FoUmer Bub Petersun " nr — -■ Max Baumgardner Herb Gerecke During the regular season the lUini had a won-lost record of 19 and four. The - ended the season with a trip to New York to participate in the NCAA playoffs in Madison Square Garden. Eleven men on the 1950-51 basketball squad were awarded letters at the close of the season. They were seniors Don Sunderlage and Ted Beach; juniors Rod Fletcher, Mack Follmer, and Herb Gerecke; and sophomores Jim Schuldt, Jim Brcdar, Max Baumgardner, Irv Bemoras, Clive Follmer, and Bob Peterson. Captain Don Sunderlage was voted the most valuable player of the season and Rod Fletcher was elected captain of the 1951-52 squad. ' A A 1950-51 Big Ten Standings Won Illinois 13 Indiana 12 Iowa 9 Northwestern 7 Alinnesota 7 W isconsin 7 Micliigan State 5 Purdue 4 .Michigan 3 Ohio State 3 4 . 1% Varsity squad — Top row: Richard Ganslen, Dick Coleman, Robert Hinkle, Hunter Gilbertson, Dick Calisch, Jerry Johnson. Charles Rickctts, Jerry Slack. H. I. Hill, trainer Second row: Leo Johnson, coach; Roger Swank. Richard Upton, Walter Jewsbury, James Boulden, Lawton Lamb, Gene Decker, Bert Wagner, Herman Waarich Bottom row: Vic Twomey, James Studzinski. Don Laz, Lou Irons, captain; John Walker, Marvin Berschet, Robert Barnum, Robert Downs, Norman Smith Track Cross Country — The Story of the 1950 cross country team at lUinois was largel ' the story of one man — George L nch. Lynch was the onl " man to win a cross-country letter, he was the only Illini to place in the Big Ten meet, and he was the only bright spot in the most gloomy harrier season in many years. Indiana swamped the Illini in the first dual meet of the season, but Lynch, improving steadily from the beginning of practice, came in fourth. The Illini next faced Michigan and lost again, but L nch came in tliird. In a triangular meet Illinois beat Purdue and lost to Wisconsin. Lynch finished second for his best showing of the ear. In the Big Ten meet. Lynch finished sixth, the best showing made b ' any sophomore in the meet. Captain Lawton Lamb did not do nearly as well as he did as a sophomore in ' 49 and Ocie Trimble, another letterman, was hampered most of the sea- son with an ankle injury. The remainder of the team: Stacey Siders, IMilt Bro n, and Henry Cryer, wcrt middle distance men and had difficult) ' in the long races. Jerry Slack Walt Jewsbury Hunter Gilbertsun Dick Upton Indoor Track riu- inriLi-sqiuni track meet was the first unotficial loolc at flic iiiiiuor track team. The results of the meet were nothing out of the ordinary with the varsity beating the fresh- men 68% to 45V . However, three new rec- ords M-ere set that afternoon, including Don Laz ' s 15-foot pole ault. In the first dual meet of the season, the underdog Illini surprised a much-publicized Ohio State team 1) beating them 73 ' i to 40%. The high point of the meet was when Walt Jewsbury set a new Illini record with a 4: 1 3.9 mile. Illinois beat a strong Michigan team at Ann . rbor b) ' a slim margin of 62 to 52. The meet wasn ' t won until the final minutes when the Illini mile relay ream emerged with a ' ictor , and Lou Irons added the clinclier b ' w inning the broad jump. Traveling next to .Minneapolis, the Illini defeated a none-too-powerful Minnesota team by the score of 68 V2 to 45 % ■ At this point in the season, injuries and sickness were plagu- ing Coach Leo Johnson ' s track men. Johnson felt that the prospects for the future were ver ' poor, and the most he hoped for was sixth place. However, in spite of injuries, the Illini had little trouble in outscoring Iowa, Purdue, and Northwestern in the armory. Irons and Jews- bury were both taken off the sick list for these meets, although the - eren ' t up to their usual form, while Jerr - Slack was still side- lined. The outstanding performance of the afternoon was turned in b ' Laz who pole vaulted 14 feet 5 ' g inches, to set a new armory record. In the Conference meet held here at Illi- nois, the Illini placed third, only 4 ' : points Captain Lou Irons behind first place Ohio State and 1 behind second place Michigan. points Herman W ' aarich Lawton Lamb Bob Barnu Vic Twomey Outdoor Track I lie )utd(j()r track season looked none too briglit for tlie Illini when it started. Don Laz was in a slump and hadn ' t cleared 14 feet in some time; and Lou Irons and Roger Swank, anchor men on the mile relay team, were still suffering from injuries incurred during the indoor season. As a result the Illini were soundly trounced by Indiana in their first dual meet of the out- door season. The only bright spots of the meet were Don Laz ' s return to form with a 14-foot 1-inch pole vault and the excellent performance in the 880 by Jim Studzinski, who had come from obscurit ' at the beginning of the season to be Illinois ' top middle distance man. The Illini started to show improvement, however, when the ' beat Michigan and Northwestern in a triangular meet in Illinois ' Memorial Stadium. Dick Upton breezed through the quarter mile in 49.8 seconds, the best time of his career. Also, Captain Lou Irons assured himself of a trip to the Coliseum Relays in California ith his 6 foot 4 ' i-inch high lump. Illinois next proceeded to upset highl) ' rated Ohio State in a dual meet at Columbus. Don Laz vaulted 14 feet 3 8 inches to break the Ohio State stadium pole vault record and turn in his best performance of the season. The Illini mile relay team gave their most impressive performance of the meet when they won their event in 3:20.0. Illinois also domi- nated both the high and low hurdles b " col- lecting 16 out of a possible 18 points in these events. In the Big Ten championships held at Northwestern, the fighting Illini were the sur- prise of the meet when they finished up in second place. " ic Twomey ran the two-mile distance in the best time of his career, 9 min- utes and 19 seconds. Bob Downs 1950 Big Ten Standings m.-. -v Indoor Ohio Stare 35 .Michig;in 32% Illinois 311 2 Purdue 241 2 Wisconsin 19% r- .Minnesora 1 8 • r Indiana 1 3 % Lg j Iowa 1 1 % E Northwestern 8 Outdoor Indiana 37 Illinois 36 .Minnesota 36 ' isconsin 31 Ohio State 251 2 .Michigan 23 Iowa 141 2 Purdue 12 " %(«_ 1 ▲ Northwestern 10 jg fm Dick Calisch Jim Studzin. ' .ki Captain Herb Plews a Baseball Alby Plain After starting the 1950 baseball race ith high hopes for a top season, the Illini wound up with a sLx- •in five-loss Big Ten conference record, net- ting themselves fourth place honors. Of the nine- teen games pla ed during the season, the squad won 1 3 and lost 6, faltering some hat during mid- season due to pitching difficulties. Strong hitting w as one of the stellar factors in favor of the Illini, for they pounded out 191 runs netting themselves a ten-per-game average. The team ' s batting average for the season was a strong .300, including 19 home runs, which is the greatest number per season in Illini baseball history. Twelve lettermen, including captain Herb Plews and first baseman Ruck Steger, were back this season to bolster the team. Plew s, pla ing his last season for the Illini, sparked the team with his outstanding fielding ability and wielded a strong bat at the plate to average .397 wath 30 hits. This average was second onl " to Ruck Steger ' s scorch- ing .447 conference average and .407 all season average. Steger, in undoubtedly his best season, won the team ' s award for the most aluable player, receiving the honor in virtue of his outstanding coverage of first base and his terrific batting average. M » ' ¥ ' I ' ll I II H id " ' " ' J ' -A.. Ruck Stcger Gus Skizas Hal Stangc Foul ball — strike tu George Parent! John Neal Burdette Thurlby V A A «•«• Indiana hits the dirt Another returning veteran, Rocky Raklovits, did his share of the work at the plate by pounding out 7 homers, 31 runs and leading the squad in the total number of hits. Veterans Alby Plain and Juny Tangman led the squad on the mound, with Ed Zinker and Herb Agase back of them in relief positions. Plain had his best season to date, winning 5 games and losing 2. Tangman, although hampered by control problems in the initial part of the season, managed to settle do -n and finish tlie season in top form. Herb Agase, with a three-win record, was the only lUini hurler with an unmarred slate. Starting off their season with an impressive four-game victory over the U.S. Naval Station at .Memphis, Tennessee, the Illini rolled into what they hoped Mould be a championship season. .Maintaining their winning streak, the tribe next came from behind in a fifth inning rally to beat ' alparaiso by a score of 10 to 6. Spirited by a good beginning, the Illini launched into Big Ten conference play, but dropped their first game to Iowa 6 to 3. How- ever, avenging their setback, the tribe, paced by veteran Alby Plain, roared back to trounce Iowa in an 1 1 to shutout with Lou Krantz and Steger knocking one apiece over the fence. The next series saw Illinois split a twin bill with Northwestern. After a 4 to shut out in the first game, the Illini were handed their second setback in conference play by the A ' ildcats. Steger slammed out a tremendous 450-foot homer with the bases loaded to account for four of the tribe ' s tallys; however, the score ended in an 8 to 5 loss for the Illini. Plews is out at tirst 396 1950 BIG TEN M ' oii Los! .Michigan 9 3 ' isconsin 9 3 Iowa 8 3 Illinois 6 .i Out at first — Safe at second STANDINGS Won Ohio Stntc 6 Northwestern 4 Indiiinn 4 Purdue - Minnesota 1 Lost 5 6 A j Nice save. Ruck Illinois traveled to Minnesota for their next conference series, but due to freak weather conditions onh ' one game was pla ed. 1 he mini won this game 11 to 2, with John Neal taking the batting honors b slamming a home run and a triple. The following week found Illinois facing the league-leading Michigan olvcrines who were undefeated at the time. The AVolverines took the hrst game by a close 6 to 5 margin but the next day the Illini hit their stride behind Plain and swamped Michigan 9 to 2. Rocky Raklovits homered in the eighth with three on to help cinch the game and hand the Wolves their first defeat of the season. After losing to an underdog Arkansas team 12 to 9, the Illini resumed their conference series at Ohio State, in a non-conference tilt. The Bucks managed to squelch the Illini in both games of the two- game series by the close scores of 4 to 3 in the first and 1 2 to 11 in the second. The first game was a pitchers ' duel and the second a slug- fcst with both teams collecting 14 hits. Conference plav ended in a series at Indiana with the Illini taking both games. With a scant seven hits, including a home run b - Hank Anderssohn, they overcame the Hoosiers 6 to 3 in the first game. The second game saw Tangman in his last conference game, and he proved himself by leading the Illini to a 10 to 9 victor -. The tribe accounted for 10 hits that game, one a homer by Ruck Steger. The Illini ound up the season with a double win over the Irish of Notre Dame. In the first game the squad emerged ith a 21 to shutout on 18 hits, handing the Irish the worst beating they ' ve ever received. The next day the Illini made it two with a 4 to 1 win over Notre Dame. Back in safely 397 Top row: Howard Braun, coach: Bob Bennorth, Jim Moses. Wilson Besant Bottom row: Roger Little, captain; Gene Buwick, Sonny Bradley Tennis 1950 Big Ten Standings Northwestern 19 1 2 Illinois 17 Michigan 14 ' isconsin 7 ' 2 Indiana 5 Purdue 21 2 Minnesota 1 Iowa 1 Ohio State W ith four returning lettermen, Coach Howie Braun ' s 1950 tennis squad managed to capture sec- ond place in the Big 10 Conference. During the season the squad won 8 and lost 1. Illinois started out the season with wins over Iowa, Vanderbilt, Ohio State, and Michigan State. The squad fell to Michigan, the third place team in the Big Ten. but rose to win their last four matches from North- western, the conference leader, Wisconsin, Purdue, and Indiana. Big Ten honors went to the doubles team com- posed of lettermen James Moses and Wilson Be- sant, who took the number 3 doubles division, and to sophomore Robert Bennorth who won the num- ber 6 singles division. Wilson Bezant Captain R. iger Little James Moses 398 J i Captain Bob Branch Don Clonney S» « Coacli Ed Alanley ' s 1950 swimming team V I m m I n O opened a successful season with a victory over Bowling Green and a loss to Indiana. In the follow- ing two meets Illinois trounced tlie University of 1950 Big Ten Standings Cincinnati and edged out a strong Northwestern team. The Illini won two of the remaining three Ohio State 93 dual meets, whipping De Paul and the University of .Michigan 65 Louisville, and losing to a determined Boilermaker Iowa 46 squad. Purdue 30 Top performances by Captain Bob Branch, Northwestern 9 Homer Ash, high point man for the Illini during Indiana 5 1950, and Don Clooney were the essential reasons Minnesota 4 for Illinois ' successful season. The Illini terminated Wisconsin 4 the dual meet competition with a record of five Illinois wins and three losses. Top row: E. J. Manley. coach: Robert Branch, captain: Paul Kratz. Ted Bockman. Benton Jone s, Henry Bang. TOrfWtJgfr Bottom row: Charles Reitsch, Homer Ash, Donald Clooney, Byron Luers, Robert Kesler, James Pendleton. Harry Madsen 399 Top row: Ray Kimpel, captain; David Logan, Ralpli Flttchtr, Bottom roiv: Gene Peterson, George Dayiantis, Pete Fletcher ■xb; RuJ Fletcher — I £ Illinois ' long-suffering golf team received a hope JJfQl of berter things to come when the new 18-hoie championship ctiiirse was opened this season. Play- locn D- T Cx J ing on the ntw course, Illini linksters posted a 1950 Dig len b+andinqs . i r i j • better-than-average seven in, tour loss record in Purdue 1465 dual meet competition. 1 low ever, in the Big Ten Ohio State 1.510 met, which detennines the final standings, the Illini Michigan 1516 finished sixth. First man, Dave Logan, paced the Minnesota 1528 bag-toters in this meet with a four-round total of Indiana 1550 295. Other Illini finishers were Gene Peterson, Illinois 1551 George Da iantis, Ra Kimpel, Pete Fletcher, and Iowa 1555 Rod Fletcher. Dayiantis was the onh ' Illini to go Xorthwestern 1560 as far as the second round in the XCAA meet, and W isconsin 1567 he was defeated in that round. W : " fi I r ' J N - ' , v-j t 1 « i Top row: M. R. Garret, coach; Charles Swensen, Allen Mills. Ronald Meyer, wttriiigei ; Lou Wappel Bottom tow: Vincent D ' Orazio, Jorge Quiros. Robert Forsythe. Werner Meyer. Bruce Sublette The Illinois varsity fencing squad, led 1) Coach Max Garret and Captain Robert Fors the, finished fZ fii Jl a very successful 1950 season with a record of six I C7 1 I v 1 1 I v wins, three losses and one tie. The Illini won the Big Ten Championship held at Ohio State, bettering last year ' s performance wiien they placed second. Coach Garret ' s squad ended competition with a ini-ft n- T ri !• trip to Detroit where thev placed third in the 1950 Big Ten Standings N.C.A.A. Championships. ' Forsythe, named " most aluable " pla er for the 1950 season, was the best individual performer for Northwestern 22 the Illini during the regular season and also at the ,.,.. . ,n N.C.A.A. championships where he captured tenth VV isconsin 1 o , ■ , place in the epee. Ohio State 17 Robert Fnrsytlie Werner Meyer Jorge Quiros Wrestling i » " 1 Richard Loewe Captain Bill Manii C();ich Ne ' t Law built his 1950 wrestling team around four returning letternien. During the regu- lar season the team sh() ed considerable strength in all their dual meets. They started with wins over Wisconsin, Michigan, and Michigan State. Their first loss was to Iowa State Teachers College, NCAA champions. The Illini then defeated Iowa, lost to Ohio State, and finished the season with wins over .Minnesota, Northwestern, Indiana, and Purdue. The Illini did not do so wtW in the Big Ten Championship .Meet because of injuries and in- eligibilities that prevented the whole .squad from taking part in the meet. Top row: Edward Reuter. iissiilatit cj-.ich; Gienn C. Law, hiitd couth Second row: Fred Cne. manager; Martin Schwartz. Gilbert Gaumer, William Vohaska, Richard Klein, trainer Bottom row: Richard Loewe, Ray Pigozzi, Richard Picard, William Mann, Ciiptahi ; Gene Kenney, Paul Riggins, Robert Dwyer Bill Vohaska Dick Picard 1950 Big Ten Standings Purdue Ohio State 1 " Michigan 1 ' Minnesota Iowa " Northwestern ' Wisconsin Indiana ' Illinois ' Gil Gaumer Gymnastics Joe Fina For the second ear in a row Coach Charles Pond produced a championship g ninastics team. The squad, composed of four lettermen and several outstanding newcomers, took both the Big Ten title and the NCAA title. The Illin i started their season by defeating Ohio State. However, in their second meet they ran into a surprising upset at the hands of Kent State. Illinois came back to win over ' isconsin, Michigan State, Indiana, Chicago, and Minnesota. The Illini far outscored their opponents when they took the Big Ten championship and the NCAA crown. Outstanding on the squad was Frank Dolan. Other outstanding men on the team were Irvin Bedard, Joe Fina, and Robert Sullivan. Several Illini scored in the National AAU meet with Irv Bedard winning his third tumbling champion- ship. Bob Sullivan placed second and Joe Fina placed fourth in the meet. Ed Lundien 404 Frank Dulan 1950 Big Ten Standings Illinois 66 Michigan 37 Minnesota 32 Iowa 13 Indiana 5 ' 4 Ohio State Wisconsin Northwestern Top row: Joe Howell, manager; Charles Pond, coach Second row: Ed Lundicn, William Barmes, Irvin Bedard, Gay Hughes. Walter Cryer Bottom row: Charles Hlinka, Ray Linder, captain; Richard Palmer. Joe Fina, Frank Dolan •i- ' ) ' .v lN ' f f LOMOy l mmncs 405 ] K, m S H t ntramural Sports Scrtioi nuitiagiri : Charles Marshall anU Sonny Bradley Illinois can boast of one of the finest intra- college athletic programs in the nation. Sponsored by the Athletic Association, this program includes almost every imaginable sport, organized under sep- arate, cooperating intramural, recreational, and co- recreational managerial departments. These latter two departments led the a in LVIREC expansion during the 1949-50 year b " nearly doubling individual and team entries. An all-time high in total participation was also set with 15,000 entries being taken for 1,670 teams, which included men and women in all three departments. The extensive athletic equipment and broad fa- cilities of the UniversitN of Illinois are all made available to the students and faculty seven days a week through the I.MRF.C office. 1 his includes eight gNinnasiums, four swimming pools, two golf courses, an indoor and an outdoor track, a bowling alle ' , numerous handball and tennis courts, and Softball and football fields. 1 lie I.MRIX] di ision is led b facult super- isor . llcn B. Klingel, an assistant supervisor, an office staff of three, and a student staff of 16 man- agers headed this " ear bv senior managers Sonnv Bradle and Chuck .Marshall. The I.MREC Board, composed of the supervisor and assistant; the .senior and junior managers; the chairman of the Officials; and representatives of .ML , IF, Indee House .Man- agers ' Council, and Greek House .Managers ' Coun- cil, sets all policies of the program. I.MREC BoM-d Top row. Bottom low: Bill Nelson, John Towers, Charles Marshall. Sonny Bradley Di na!d Falk, Bob Edwards, Dick Wilson Fred Kondzella. A. B. Klingel. Ted Tedford, Bob Corley, Mort Sternberg 406 Junior manttgen : Donald Falk. Robert Ed- wards, Richard Wilson, John Towers A similar representative group, tiie Protest I5oard, handles all disputes of IiM contests in a judicial manner. Physical Education students are given aluablc experience as paid game officials through the I.MRKC Officials ' Association. Entry fees are charged for I.M sports, but these fees are used almost entireK ' for the man ' trophies awarded to league, independent, fraternit)-, and all- university champs. The large remainder of operat- ing expenses of the I.MREC program are made up by the Athletic Association in keeping ith their policN " of " sports for all. " The annual race for the highly-coveted giant achievement trophy, awarded to the house with tlie greatest number of I.M points at the end of the ear, has become a matter of extensixe acti it - for the numerous competitors. The race is perennialls ' close, with the winner usually dependent upon a ictor) in I.M outdoor track, the last event of the ear. 1 he Fourth Annual iMING Festivak was held in Huff Gym in April of 19.f0, with I.M champions from Navy Pier and Chicago Aledical School meet- ing the Greek and Indee winners from Urbana. The Greeks came out on top b - a slim margin gained in a total of 1 .? events. Sophomore ptaiiagers — Top row: Paul Aney, William Luthi Second row: Elmer Gerlach, Peter Peterson. Marvin Gesell, John Walker Bottom row: John Williams, James Hinkle, James Bishop, William Stimart 407 1950 Intramural Champions Spring Semester Basketball Sherwood Lodge Table Tennis singles Huebner, Delta Sigma Phi doubles Wachs-Kipnis, Phi Epsilon Pi G ninastics Theta Xi Bowling Newman Club )lle ball Phi Delta Theta Swimming Delta Chi Softball 1 2 inch Pi Kappa Alpha 1 6 inch Barons (jolf Anderson, Alpha Tau Omega I lorseshoes singles Dankert, Triangle doubles Dankert-Unterberg, Triangle Outdoor Track Sigma Chi MING Festival Winner Greeks Basketball Navy Pier " olle ball Greek Softball Greek Badminton singles Huebner, Greek doubles Kip is- ' achs, Greek Golf Medical Touch Football Indee Fall Semester 1 eiinis singles Bisliop, ( lii Phi doubles Bishop-Collings, Iiidee Touch Footb-.ill . . . PCiU Block 15 Badminton singles Beacii, Phi Delta Theta doubles Beacli- Frickson, Phi Delta Theta Handball singles Heinian, Phi Sigma Delta doubles Emmett-Shumard, Sigma Phi Epsilon Water Polo Delta Phi W restling Delta Chi X ' olleyball Sigma Chi Indoor Ttack Sigma Chi Turke Run Delta Gamma-Alpha Tau Omega 1949-1950 Leaders Fraternities Phi Delta Theta 276 Alpha Tau Omega 261 Sigma Chi 247 Delta Chi 240 Tau Epsilon Phi 227 Sigma Pi 217 Alpha Delta Phi 176 Theta Xi 168 Phi Gamma Delta 155 Beta Theta Pi 150 Independents Barons 194 PGU Tee-Dees 135 Newman Hall 128 PGU Champs 113 Four Columns 90 Women ' s Athletic Association The A .A.A. has been orgiinizcd to present a program of sports so varied as to satisfx the needs and preferences of all the women students on campus. Its goal is to promote good sportsmanship as well as physical fitness. An " woman is eligible to join the A ' .A.A. on the successful completion of one sport season. 1 he school year is divided into three or four sports. The .A.A. program through- out the year is complete and continuous. Individual and team sport competition are offered for the women interested to provide the greatest possible dexelopment. For the women interested in inter-class and inter-organization competition there are hockey, baseball, swimming, basketball, soc- cer, and vollesball. Indixiduals are proxided for ith such sports as archer) ' , tennis, fencing, badminton, bowling, table tennis, and apparatus work. Joy Biska, lyi j Jtiit Executive board — Top rou : Betty Smith, Marjorje Ivers, Myrna Hale, Jny B ska, Frances Falcon. Jenn ira Fisher. Betty Hoskins. Helen Moloukos Not in panel: Lorene Huebei. Wilma Flower sport man geTS — Top row: Carol yn Krabill. Lillian Kimura, Roberta Roscncrans, Agnes Radish. Marilyn Frances, W ' ilma Vaught Bottom tow: Barbara Bryngelson, Mary Lou Terry, Lucille Muzzarelli, Shirley HoflF. Elizabeth Rosen. Shirley Dreuth W. A. A. Award winners — Top row: Jennora Fisher, Carolyn Krabill, Betty Hoskins, Marjorie Groves Bottom row: Mildred Tupper, Lillian Kimura, Joy Biska, Lois Kruger, Betty Smith, Myrna Hale i ■f ' t 411 u Kfc iM rr Bjl ]t H B ■ Jm Hp ' UlM W. A. A. Members: Kathryn Kraybill. Jean Huber, Barbara Victor, Carol Dulian, Patricia Davidson, Nancy Carnwright, Marilyn Handrock, Barbara Bryngelson, Doris Henderson. Cynthia Carlson, Doris Lightfoot, Nancy Claypool, Patricia Smith. Shirley Brown, Thelma Campbell, Elaine Ruth, Amy Dozier, Roberta Rosecrons, Virginia Sinclair. Rita Brazier, Mary Terry, June McLuckie, Shirley Hoff, Marian Jelovsck, Janet Moldenhauer, Joyce Strr)ng, Barbara Bennett. Lucille Muzzarelli, Mariorie Bryant, Jane Reed, Jacquelyn Fears, Clementene Clark, Edith Short. Millicent Brown. Agnes McCartney. Betty Matthews, Mary Leschuck, Nancy Richardson, Betty Rosen, Beverly Falk, Jane Reed. Lennre Grubstein. Lois Cederberg, Helen Mouloukas, Elizabeth Ricks, Frances Falcon. Lessie Janes, Evelyn Wahls. Patricia Fielding. Trinity Bauer. Mary Brown. Myrna Hale, Naomi Katz, Joan Ross, Alverne Burke, Barbara Kircher, Betty Hoskins, Jennora Fisher, Meryl Zukerman, Patricia Hyde, Delores Schwabe. Cathryn Crampton. Mar)orie Ives, Jane Herzberger, Priscilla Pearson, Agnes Radich, Lois Kruger, Verna Kaltenbronn, Martha Patterson, Juanita Meunier, Joan Mnrtrud P. E. Major Club The P.E. Major Club functions to promote social and professional advancement of women majoring in physical education. The activities of this club endeavor to arouse better under- standing, stimulate interest, and foster higher standards of relationship in the field of phy- sical education. In its effort to furtlier friendship and un- derstanding in the organization, the club pub- lishes a manual containing a calendar of the year ' s activities and addresses of the P. E. fac- ult - and majors. The club also publishes a newspaper with information on the latest re- search and developments in the field of phy- sical education. President Juanita .Meunier ' s executive board consists of Betty Hoskins, vice-presi- dent; Lucille Muzzarelli, secretary; Clemen- tine Clark, treasurer; Kit Crampton, senior representative; Evelyn ahls, junior repre- sentative; Shirley Hoff, sophomore represen- tative; and Doris Lightfoot, tentative freshman representative. Mrs. Lorraine Nielson is the faculty supervisor. 413 Top row: Doris Lightfuot. Cathryn Crampton, Lorraine Neil- sen, adi ' iior; Evelyn Wahls, Shirley Hoff Bottom row: Lucille Muzzarelli. Be tty Hoskins, Juanita Meun- Kr. ricmt-ntiOL- r|,uk The Tribe ui Illini is a social organization founded to better acquaint the lettermen of the varsitN " sports. It operates to further good relations between the " I " men and tiie rest of tiie student body. The Tribe strives in every way possible to place athletics at Illinois on the highest level. .Mem- bership is limited to those men who have earned a major letter in athletics at the UniversitN ' . New members are elected and initiated after awards are presented in each sport. During the football season the Tribe sponsors the showing of the movies of the out-of-town games. .Members of the football team alternate as narrators at the movies. The Tribe also presents a winter formal and a spring formal dance each year. Don Ciooney, ulneti recouping jecretary ; Al Tate, llce president; Tony Klimek, presideni : John Walker, recording secretary Not in paiidl : John Neal, secretary-lreumrer ; Paul Douglas. piihirc tt ' Liliiiiis Tribe of Illini Top row: John Swisher, Vince D ' Orazio, Stayton Roehm. Marvin Berschet. William Bennorth, Jerrol Flund, Peter Rrggins, Marvin Schwartz. Raymond Pigozzi, Carl Swensen, Irvin Bedard. David Palmer. Billy Barmes. Jnrge Quirns. William DeWitt Third row: James Hager, Richard Mueller, Mack Follmer. Rnbert Barnum. Charles Marshall. Jnhn Karras, Charles Studley, Leo Cahill, Herbert Agase, Jerry Slack, Theodore Beach. Richard Calisch, Dick Williams. Bertram Wagner. Jerome Johnson, Roger Swank Second roii- : Amos Jones. Edwin Bradley, Gene Buwick, Ronald Clark, Richard Raklovits. Ralph Valentino, Homer Ash, Charles Reitsch, Christ Pagakis, Donald Engels, Charles Brown, Lawtun Lamb. Hunter Gilbertson, Richard Coleman Bottom row: John Walker, Donald Ciooney, Ronald Meyer, Donald Sunderlage, Anthony Klimek. Albert Tate, Donald Picard, Donald Stevens Not in piinel : Wilson Besant, Frank Dolan. Gil Gaumer. Wayne Gaumer. Robert Malinsky. James Moses, George Parenti, Sam Piazza, Alby Plain, Robert Simonetti. Richard Uptim. William Vohaska, Louis Wappel, Paul Douglas. Donald Ellis, Wayne Siegert. Charles Ulrich, Joseph Cole. Charles Fox. Lynn Lynch. Jolin Neal, Roger Swank. Thenjoie Bockman. Paul Kratz, B.nttm Jones, Allen Mills, Harry Madsen, Ed Lundien, Bruce Sublette, Walter Cryer. Roy Rc.ss. John Gothard Gaylord Hughes. Benton Jones, Laz, Hale Newcomber, Richard Orch esis " Orchesis " is a Greek word meaning " to dance. " The purpose of the organization is to offer to men and women of the University the opportu- nity for creative dance stud ' , composition, and performance, and to stimulate appreciation and understanding of tlic art in the communit -. The yearly concert is the major activity and is given in conjunction with the Contemporary Arts Festival in March. A portion of the proceeds from the concert is allotted annual!) " for a scholarship to be awarded to a member of the group for summer stud - at a school of dance. Otiier activities include sponsoring concerts by famous dance artists, or- ganizing symposia in which neighboring colleges are invited to participate, and lecture demonstra- tions for the music and art departments and for clubs on campus. The group is also invited to pre- sent concerts throughout the state. Orchesis par- ticipates in productions which combine the efforts of music, drama, and dance departments. Members: Charlotte Alexander, Marianne Arnold, Mildred Barnhart, jffri? rfr; ' ; Virginia Bennett, Iris Bernstein, v rz rfr; Rosalyn Boxerman. Megan Bozarth. Marilyn Cliambers. Wayne Cowan, Marti Culbert, Jacquelen Devanny, Barbara Evans, Donald Franz, Sarah Gilden, Shirley Gould, Roger Hansen, Mary Ellen Higgins, Emma Jean Hodge, William Hug, Joan Jenkins, [tmrJetil : Austin Jones, Vera Kanarotf, Paula Maddox, Iris Marcus, production mun- itger ; Betty Matthews, Helen Mouloukos. Louise Muenzer, Sylvia Multin, Betsy Nardi, Dolores Pye, vice prenderU: Jerome Rzepecki, Sophia Schmidt, Audrie Wilkins, Virginia Freeman, faculty advhor s vr - " - 5» Top row: Patricia Palbicke, Carol Nicholson. Mary Faletti, Nancy Koe, Mary Jo Putnam, Judy Duffin, Juanita Meunier, Ruth Butler, Lillian Jones, Audrey Dannhauer, Betty Scott, Jacquelyn Fears, Wilma Hahn, Jean Middlemas, Sandra Smith, Marion Hutchinson, Agnes Radich Middle roiv: Charlyn Leeper, Cynthia Carlson, Joyanne Blount, Norma Couser. Mary Porter, Betty Jorgensen, Mary Zimmerman, V( ' anda Bash, Patricia Rieger, Rosann Gelvin, Alice Haungs, Priscilla Pearson Bottom row: Dianne Scovel, Mildred Heischmidt, Carolyn Kraybill, Phyllis Hansen, Germania Muenzer, Merriam Ernst. Betty Hollingsworth, Jane Kenyon, Doris Liehtfoot. Lois Cederberg. June Day. Patricia Fielding Board (rear forward): Mrs. Doris Layson Bullock, advisor; Frances Falcon, Nancy Beck, Marilyn Goodell. tre.isurer ; Mary Leschuck, secretary; Marge Spafford, vice president; Helen Shellabarger, president Terrapin Top row: Nancy Beck, social chairman: Frances Falcon, mtmber-at-large : Lois Cederberg, diving chairman Bottom row: Mary Leschuck, secretary; Helen Shellabarger, president: Marge Spafford. rice president: Marilyn Goodell, treasurer Terrapin, established on this campus in 1923, is an honorary swimming club for University women. Pledges to the club are selected on the basis of indi- vidual s -imming skill, rh thm, and potential water ballet skill. Members of the club, pledges and actives alike, work during the regular meeting practice periods for improvement in swimming, diving, and stunts. These skills are basic to the annual water show given in the spring during the campus celebration of Mother ' s Day. The sho " , consisting of inte- grated water musical routines, is written and pro- duced by club and associate members. Terrapin Club sponsors the annual omen ' s Interhouse S iniming iMeet and trips to other campus swimming meets. .Members participate in the annual Dolpiiin Club show and the Annual Wo- men ' s Aquatic Forum held in I lollywood, Florida. The club supports all swimming events on the campus and acts as a parent to Guppies. Guppies, supervised by an officer of the Terra- pin Club, is designed to help the student who is interested in improvement of skills for the sake of improvement alone, or for the assistance it gives in preparation for Terrapin Club tryouts. Terrapin Club is sponsored by the Department of Physical Education for women and is an affili- ate of the A ' omen ' s Athletic Association. 416 Dolphins Dolphins, ;i national swimming fratcrnitv, was organized in 1912, l) !•,. J. Alanlcy, present coach of the Univcrsit ' of Illinois swimming team, for the purpose of promoting aquatic activities. Its members are chosen from men who displa - out- standing skill in all phases of water sports and who demonstrate devotion to the purpose of the frater- nit . In the )ears after the first World War, the Dolphins became a national organization. Since the fraternit s founding, the Dolphin Watershow has been an annual event. As a high- light of the show, a Dolphin queen is selected from a number of candidates. With the proceeds of the annual aquacade, the fraternity is able to promote interest in aquatic activities on the cam- pus and throughout the state. As only sophomores, juniors, and seniors have been able to participate in the larger swimming meets of other colleges. Dolphins hopes next year to try to send their freshman members. This year Dolphins sent 1 5 students and six faculty members as representatives to the 14th annual National Aquatic Forum held in Fort Lau- derdale, Florida. Six members represented Illinois in the East- est swimming meet in which the est on. In addition to promoting such activities as water polo, the Dolphin members aid in the officiating at swimming events and meets on the campus. officers: Rnbert Milne, nee ptfi ' tdent; Bentun Jones. Donald Clooney. piejiJtrjl: H.irry Madsen, Ireait n ' i SL ' ygeatit-iit-armi ; Top roll ' : Arnold Chernoff, Michael Richmond. Clyde Yonce, Donald Fears. Robert Mueller, Bill Kaiser, Joseph Thiel, George Kaiser, Lou Rodochonski. Bruce Sidlinger, Harry Dreger. Harold Huebner, William Walter, David Bone Third row: John Marquis, Donald Lamorticella, Robert Fairbanks, Frank Sears. Robert Kramp. Ernest Yahiro, Jerry Stone, John Rago, William Lehman, James Cannon. John Fries. James McEldowney, Paul Wieland, John Willis, John Thompson, Thomas Emrick Second row: Gaylord Hughes, William Jasinek. Ralph Steele, Seymour Emalfarb, Harry Madsen, Robert Milne. Donald Clooney, Thomas Krizan, Robert Murray, Benton Jones. Walter Cryer. James Schmitt, Fred Lehman, Jan Abernathie Bottom row: Edward Martynowicz. James Nissen. Roger Tompkins, Robert Cryer, James Slagle, Robert Alexander, Richard Ems. Robert Leonard. Robert Halliday .i.v. V- ' ' ,. A- " y . 4 m m- " %m f A ' LLI-NOISE Joanne Herschbach Photo by Ralph Zuccarelh I I M. 4 Barbara Burnett Pholo hy Rjiph Ziicniiella 421 Jill Staran Ph, lo by K.ilph Ziiccarello Jo Ann Unsell Photo by Ralph Zuccarello 423 Donna Miller Photo hy Ralph Zuccarello 4 Mono Amtman Pholi} by Rjlph ZuccMello 425 ttm ..,.JL JLk Ahove: Shirley MilbraiU, Ndiclii a kb, Joanne LoinaN, Estelle Anderson, Mililary Spoiisoi s Upper iighl: Georgia Bushnell, Mtlifiiiy B,ill Oiieeii: Bri L ' Gen. G. E. Gates Royalty Right: Janice Newlin, Marilyn Polk, Barbara Thiebaud, Plotiboy Prom Queen: Ellen Meyer Loner right: Bill Sommer, Harriet Fink, Spring CarniViil King tinti Queen Below: Beverly Allen, Penhing Rifle Queen: Capt. David Hunter S ■..- _- Official welcome from President Stoddard Registration New additions this cheer! Starting them young Cutting a Green rug Jue Ovc qara ■e rqa I ' I ' 1 1 i Jt ' t iL ' ' ■ ' 1 LV i p JU b _ ■ ii Mine next, Ray! 1950 Good lead Persuasive advertising Activity night has pretty hawlcers Block eyes Go mini Beat Ohic Solid Cheap transportation Illi-o-boy — beauty that is! Stunt show tickets going fast Skull and Crescent P.I, race winners! ■.ff_ h r » ' kv life w Mixed quartet Clowning rooster All-Ag Field Day Don ' t tractor tension! Touchdown iAtA A!% !Ai -l rr- ' MUi ' I " Mum drive Gargling Club Commons % Andrew Sisters, watch out! Alpha Chi ' s sliuot the works The male must go through Homecoming ATO accounting major PGU Hoosier nightmare Kappas and Kappa Sigs take first Tri Delts and Phi £ps find Mona I Stunt Show beggar gets a patch Make him pretty, boys Handsome — isn ' t he? Dental inspection Wood shoe believe it? Keep your eye on the figures!!! Ideal sorority girls Panhellenic Ball Crowded, isn ' t it? Smooth! Oops — wrong room! Flannagan fans mm $t% Freshmen Shindig And More Dances Star and Scroll formal Anticipation Queen Carol Simenson MIA-WGS stunt show without props-and-crack It cant be that bad! Dad ' s Day D. G. gets the turkey! Run around the end! ■■T— T - We want Ray! No school today — hey! Remember? LiinLjerl ' rcad! Boy! Winter Which is the doll? Oh, for a bushel basket, D.G. and Theta Dolphin Queens Ready for takeoff Armed Forces Ball, iy=iO G.K. is O.K. Holiday on Ice Thanks, captain! " y J . ' t. f ip I ■j J - " ,.-- V:J. ' ' -V»t?XV- ' ' - SUB 1 I m H K i 1 r ' H H I B WT 9 B P 1 1 1 1 ff 1 HH 1 1 H l l l mH V J BHH 1 ' 3l " - ' ' I t Engineers ' parade Engineering Weekend They call them engineers ! ! Destination reached? Understand how it works? . jtf» Njifiji I. F. Ball Inter Fraternity Ball Blow hard boys T. G. I. F. Duck — here it comes Flamethrowers — State Tournament Spring Extra-curricular activities Contemporary Arts Festival Commerce dance Plow Boy Prom Poppin ' good time sj Glamour boy! »Mi I Tooty fruits Pre-carnival construction Spring Carnival Have you tried it? W, j PWPPf -■■■cs aK t ai :Mm ■■k s ' " HI Step right up — everybody! Hold that tiger ' Four of a kind i L W . Smk jL u 1 H H H i i% - i ' ' Pie parade What a catch 1950 . JjK 75 P.G.U. dance ;,» vwt ' ' - 1 iMP ' MMi 1 . i:U " v- II ' •l r •■ " r;:- -,vi:ir. " ' M ■;, - ' •;;:!.: ' •■ ' 1 1 ■ Il- ' Vf V dW f ;i.- -u i ■ ♦— :; .;otM| Pl ' B -» ;;.-.o ' Av. ik ir ? 1 " iJt ' W ' . ' " ! V, L i Mom registers too Honors procession Terrapin show Symmetry — Uh-huh ! .-■ ' ' ' - i ,wL «»: -3 rV- ♦ ' ». ' i;- i - : . { ' i- ' Mdj Ml i;. B !S| Ah fl Shi-Ai Sing Sophisticated couple in Spring Musica Mammy ! ! Just a bird in a - - cage Senior Ba Ted Weems ' admirers Ve old lamplighter Watcheka Sing Cadet Hop Ordnance team Transportation Corps cadets Cadet drill ¥ ' Mechanics of hydraulic landing gear Summer camp classes Instruction on jet engines ■ :v :.■r- ifcll g; n ESIDENCES : - :?n« . -. - -- T " l ' i " n-: Robert King, Kenneth D-ivis. Daniel Brown, John Ruttticr, Hjrry St-hodi. Gordon Kountz, Robert Keen. Robert Lincie-.-mc, R.ilph Herricl , Albert Gleason, Melvin Rapp, Gerald Chalcraft. Eugene Segin, David Dixon, Robert Snow, John Mainey, Phillip Mernman Third roiv: Robert Thwaites, Robert Clawes, Richard Storer, Robert Simon, Robert Voegeli, John Frazter, Charles Wheeler, Richard Cook, Matk Follmer, Clive Follmer. Homer Dalbey. Robert McMackin, Charles Russell, Marshall Schroeder, Russell StaufFer, Thomas Brademas, George Brinkerhoff, Bruce Esmond St ' end row : Austin Jones, Philip Dolbow, Philip Feldman, Jay Misicka. Donald Funk, secretary ; Morris Cannon, ttectsurer; Robert Robinson. pUdge mttster : Alan Hallene. prt idtnt: Arthur Hoelck, social chairmnn ; James Brown, William Taylor, John Bodeman, George Frandsen, William Schroeder, George Jezek Bottom row: Edward Werner, Clifton Bloom. Roe Walker, Robert Willerton, Howard Pratt, Robert Fahnestock. Crawford Woody. Donald YaleJ Edward Glenwright. John Heuer. Rolf Cederwall, James Davis, Larry Fin ley, James Voth, Don Wolaver i i ill piinel : Richard Dominetta Acacia T(j W " IPi8!BII||BBiardsun. J..lni t ilhs. JmIhi Luwty. jc.nMr;; Laurence Higgins, James Dickson, rice prestiietU ; Donald Horton, Richard Wolfsberger, w iiber Reveal, frank Goodman. Charles Daubs, Robert Brown Tl:rd row: John Alders.m. John Malone. Charles Graham, Holger Edgren, Philip Trimble, Frederick Ottinger, James Mueller Edwin Stone chap- tarn; Robert McCracken, Theodore Kjellstrom, James Andersen Sfc nd row: Laurence Hill. Roger Hansen. Paul Lippold, John Oden, John Hall. Clinton Lewis, president; Paul Deeley Robert Scott treasurer; Donald Miller, Herman Linder Bottom row: Eugcm. Borchart, Gordon White, Russell Bolton, Vincent Tylman, Robert Kreidler, William Davis Richard Smith Otto Niederbrach John Ryan ' Sot in panel: Rubcrt Ohse, Ralph Hotto, Russell Woodward, Wendell Kemp. Keith Huber, Herbert Pettersen Ralph Kuehne Clifford Waldbcser Burncll Bcrguist Alpha Chi Rho 311 East Armory 27 Active Chapters .M:: l-;a .M. 11., Top row: John Gardner. Roger Roeske. Keith Murti ' :k:, William Smith. Da i J Bn lit. Trjck Muss, } William Ulrich. Leslie Babb. James Bright Third row: Robert Springhnrn. William Ziegler, John Kuebler, John Barthell, David McKinley, Arthur Helwig, John Georges, Robert Bannister, Lothar Geipel, Robert Koucky. John Lorenr, Myer Krulfeld Second row: Charles Benton, Robert Sentz. corresponding secretary: John Dyer, Dale Hoschiet. Roger Eckert. treasurer; William Hammann, prest- dent; Donald Hallada. rice president; Mel Tecotzky. secretary; Victor Tullio, Edward Stivers. William Rutherford Bottom row: Gordon Smith, Roy Bible, Walter Krause, Norman Thomas, John McCorckle, Dario Cova, Roger Anderson, Laurence Dempsey, Richardi Organist, William Masterton Not in bunel: Earle Scott. Frederick Punsack. Harry Cripps, Leon Cunningham, Richard Dalton, Edward Elslager, William Emmons, Merland Grieo. Harlyn Halvorson, Frank Hauserman, Henry Tomizawa, Gerald Kresge, Mack McCormick. Edward Mottus. Edward Riener, Kenneth Schowalter, George Speranza, Donald Acker, Clifford Childers, John Figueras, William Peterson, William West, Bradley Harrison Alpha Chi Sigma 606 West Ohio r y n 1! i- 2L2L A L kiiyL Q Tof tow; Fctcr AUiidt. David Begg ' ;. Ward Starrett. Roger Little, Anthony Klimek, Robert Kesler. James Barr, Frciitric Mattlit-us, Hamld Colton, William Kesler. Chark-s Whitmore Third row: William Mi;DMnald. William Needier. Frank Wodzjak. William Jorgensen, Eldon Bergstrom. Duane Lillibridge, Thomas King, Richard Zacher. Russell Pttcr nn. Robert Bender, George Paul, James Hennine Second row: Georgf GugiL ' h, Byron Sirois, William Sommer, cotresponahig secretary: John Som mer, secretary; James Breen, president; Gerald Udstuen, Ralph Johnson, treasurer: Roger Smith, vice president: Clark Dean, Glenn Borregard Bottom row: John Knobel, Archibald Sheldon, John Langlois, William Cecil, Fred Helmholz, Perry Mohlar, Edwards Veech, Walter Schneider, John Armstrong. Ge it: - Tuwnsend, Darwin Jaenicke Nj in panel: J.i k Huddleston, William Marshall, Robert Weddell. Richard Linsley. Richard Kissack Alpha Delta Phi 310 East John 27 Active Chapters Top tow: Stuart Schoenburg. Frank Schnierow, Jerald Frankel. Alvin Domash, Herbert W ' uU, Thumas Abels, Gcraid Levy, Allan Finkelman, Sel- wyn Jacobsun, Myron Singer, David Smith, Ronald Schwarzbach, Ronald Levey. Perry ChuJuck, Harvey Hartenstejn Third tow: Richard Teltser, Larry Ascher, Garrett Jacobs. Richard Greengoss, Robert Novak. Arnold Shkolnik. Richard Goodman, Jerry Oscher- witz. Sanford Lemberg. Lawrence Silverman, Edwin Egherman, Jerome Shyman, Fred Teplitzky, Richard Kaplan, Aaron Bartelstein Second tow: William Klein. Sidney Fischburg. David Pauker, Lawrence Sherman. Nathan Brenner, jecretary; Robert Stencel. vice president; Herbert j Sheldon Wolf, president; David Sonenblum, treasurer; Arthur Mostow, memi ' er at large; Daniel Cohen, Herbert Mass, Joseph Levinson, DaTidJ Cohen Bottom TOW : Sheldon Green, Leonard Goldstick, Sheldon Cloobeck, Burton Kohn. James Kunen, Robert Abels, Ronald Glink. Arthur ShaferJ Sherwin Footlik, Sanford Patlak. Matthew Herman, Frederick Mallace Not in panel : William Wechter, Robert FantI, Ronald Fishman Alpha Epsilon Pi Tnp t w : Jjincs Bliler, FTenneth Getz. Francis Walker, David Ashbrook, William Cunningham, Charles Joley, John Rentschler, Carl Ekena. William Fry, Robert Beatty, T " hn Rusbomugh. Alvm Warren I ' i ' J row: Wendell Kimhrough, William Martin, Donald Walker, commissar; Charles Tomra, John Bigger, Robert Osterbur, f rf j ti ;; James Brill, James Ross, William McAllister. William Miller y, -lii row: William Oimond, William Griffiths. Arthur Seeds, John Almburg, Robinson Lahman. president: Marvin Nordmeyer, vice president; James Schlichting, lurles Finley, Ralph Williams, Wallace Clark. Hubart Hinderliter. Ronald Meyer, secretary Bel! m row: ClifforJ hcatty, Charles Lemker, Richard Rieger, James Bridgeland. Roy Neckermann, Gerald Wagler, Donald Smith, Richard Jury, Bichard Wicks, Lawrence Douglas Not in panel: Leonard Olson, Jay Firth, Glenn Herzberger, William Corzine Alpha Gamma Rho 58 East Gregory 34 Active Chapters Rol.irui .ilttr Kuith. Top row: Chellis Taylor, Gary Gray, secretary: Peter Couch. Robert Coffen, tsley Km ht, Louis Rapp, Glenn Church. David Menzel. Terence Quirke. Bruce Gilbert Albert Mitton Third row: Robert Kell. Charles O ' Neal, Thomas Moore, William Shepherd, Richard VC ' eeks, Francis Livermore, Richard Merchant, Walter Deuchler, James McDonald, Francis Gorny, Robert Meyer. Clarence Leverenz. Larry Kettelkamp, Dean Bussart Second rotv : Scott Bohon. Herbert Pitschke, James Stokes. John Towers, rice president ; George Court, preiident ; Floyd Windal, treajurer; Lyie Robbins, Dale Scott. Robert Solem, recording secretary; William Thomas Bottom row: Allen Bohon, John Page, Tommy Ullom. Lowell IcNaught, Jerry Rhodes, James Smith, James Pritchard, Gene Philbrick, Porter j Womeldorff, Lloyd Glawe, Frederick Reichert Not in pane!: Charles Doak, David McQueen, Hamilton Riddle. Wilford Weeks. Merle Johnson. Ross McNaught. William Boyer Alpha Kappa Lambda Top row: Herbert Otbson. Walter Johnson. Richard Janttl, Abtl SiintJi, lli..iii.i hdwards, Richard Goggins, Mervin Osby Secoftd row: Lucius Wflh.ims. Charles Jefferson, Russell Cnder, Harry Ferguson, Lazzerow Brown, Anderson Williams, Robert Largen. Earl Shelton, Jackie Gardner Bott ' tn row: David Snyder. Charles Wilson, Steve Duncan, corrapotiding secretary; Joseph Blackwell, president; John McDonald, recording sec- retary; James Brr-wn. dean of pledges: Lucius Barker, Edward Jones Nof in panel: George Guy. William Jenkins. Robert Stone, treasurer; William Campfield, Kenneth Rogers, Willie Smith, Edward Smith, John Bridges, Clarence Holland, Charles George, Henry Campbell, Charles Duster Alpha Phi Alpha 1301 West Clark 207 Active Chapters Mdnt " bradd. humund Mazur. Charies McDonald, brun (..rumiish. V . ' t " !i l,lU(.- Hi ' itt-i, jciJit.iT). K.iynin[id Pi ;.. zi. Robert fotttr. Hand. Robert Eckels. Robert Flint, Eugene Gilstrap Third row: Alan McHenry, Robert Blakeslee, William Milbratz, Gerald Germanson. Ted Garrison, Robert Wilbert, Norman Zimmerman. George Nel- son, Donald Gunnerson, John Rubinelli, Gerald Barry Second row: Prof. Newlin Morgan, Leonard Wicklund, Edward Sweetnam. worthy clerk: Robert Einsweiler, treasurer; Dale Benedict, Jack Goldman, president; Thomas Waggoner, rice president; Norman Meyer, Prof. Edmund Toth, Prof. Frank Lescher, Dean Cyrus Palmer Bottom row: Richard Keys. Kenneth Ekman, Donald Wald, William Baker. Donald Ganschinietz. Robert Evans. Robert Ganschinietz, Bob Schennum, David Green. Frank Wilkey Not in panel: John Challas. Donald Dennis, Jerome Klingele, Carl Middendorf, Richard Middendorf Alpha Rho Chi 1108 South First 6 Active Chapters Top row: Dean Thom, J iui L ' TlJci wui.ii, RiLliatd 1 iiudiuin. Eugene Anderson. Willum Mitet?. Pryce Keagle. Jolm Hul. RiLliard :5pjMing. John Roschman, John Fth- . Donald Grill, Donald Saravalli, Donald Gordon. Ralph Valentino, Robert Brown. James Bredar, Don Reisner ThirJ tow: John McClelian. Harry Armstrong, Alfred Mossner, Donald Heming. Burt Eltzroth, James Johnson, Edward Roelofs, Lawrence Vroman, . ' ecretary ; Richard Zander, Roger Welchans, Roderick Urquhart, David Braun, Loren Anderson, Roger Brooke. Duane McCurdy, Charles Renda, Richard Boston, Artlmr Severe Sec ' nd row: }n Pimstein. Gordon Hill, Howard Brust, Philip Worack, Richard Hanson, house manager; Pleasant Robnetl. president; Mrs. Anne Pettit, Robert Pnwell, vice president ; James Connor, treasurer ; Paul Wieland. Kenneth Hoover, John Parker, Edward Connor Bostam row: John Thompson, John Torrillo, Harold Gegel, Charles Herrmann. Bruce W ' eliek, William Schneider, Robert Alexander, John Walters, Dennis Manning, Kenneth Podalsky, Ralph Chute. Rodney Phillips, Bruce Odom . ' - in panel: Bernard Eisner, William Dillman. William Huppert, Rollin Payne Alpha Sigma Phi 21 1 East Armory 80 Active Chapters % w3mB B r m ' ' - ' - W a ImS H i w m 1 , ' fi u-ii-: VittT Twunicy, Wilham Huhtr, Thorpe Wright. Charles Schmulbacii, Wayne ' ' it-th. Licurgc Ho ipur. Janice MitciiL-U. J.im(.s Earl, Robert McGinnis, W ' elton Richburg. Robert Survant. John Bowman, James Sands, Herbert Landon, James Cottrell, James Sampson. John Clapp Third tow: Robert Smith. Han ld Lankton. president; Walter Lucas, George Keranen, Joel McNuIty, John Stoneberg, social chmrman: Robert Moore, George Bartusek, Robert Peterson. Andrew Toth, Kenneth Anderson, Alan Schrader, Donald Young, Kenneth Brown, Fred Wappel. Charles O ' Keefe Second row: Ricliard Nevara. Nuel Belnap. Ernest Moore, George Farmer. Richard McCracken, Bruce Frazier, secretiiry ; David Hensler, Frank , Martin, treasurer; Thomas Garrison, Robert Bacon, vice president; William Champion. Louis Krantz, Claude Anderson, Robert Vogele, John I Mountz Bottom row: Harry Meyer. Edward Ptacek. John Seiler, Robert Phillips, Jack Young. James Norman, David Condon, Robert Lavender, Ralph Peter-j son, Ronald LHtes. Glenn Evans. Merle Cain, Charles Bruder, Robert Neeley. David White Not in panel: Richard Paterson, Charles Palmer, Richard Tarrant, Roy Burt, Dann Wood Alpha Tau Omega Top fow: (jeralJ HicLejh, Myi-i. .i!.ki.. K.m.Lth Lili.nt. Julm Ix kLf , W ill [.mi Lii in,c, K.-Uit Stoll. Willijm Orusser, John Robinvta. iln.{Uuud Phillips, John Doty, Richard S tnMin, Everett Smith, Irving Morgan, Peter Ontftn. Wayne Thomas, Archie Crist, ireasiney Thir4 tow: Robert Edi ards, James Bishop, Donald McGrue. George Hainlm. rice prenderit : David Anderson, William Welis, Robert Lauchner. Roy Small, Robert Bjujan, Robert Hall, Dow Nichol, Charles Andrews, Delmer Murphy, Garland Fritts, secretary; Donald Brantingham, George Najim, Stayton Rochm .L id row: Charles Reel, James Edwards, James McCieary. Robert Lane, James Morgan, Thomas Pollard, president: Mrs. Clarence Robinson, Roy Carlsen, Richard Anderson. Robert Drew, Robert Cole, Dan Eilers, Richard Fogler aim row: Lawrentt Olson, William Henebry, Gordon Sebastian, James Stewart, Frederic Steggerda, Frank Burr, James Bray, Clifton Mclntire, Richard Wolf. Robert Clemmons. William Boon. Peter Yeager. William Branom, William Kent -N ■ in panel: George Wallace, William Allen, recorder; Donald Henss Beta Theta Pi 202 East Daniel 96 Active Chapters Tjp row: Lawrence Johnson, Philip Winters, Richard Matteson, Jim Overaker, William Collms, James Buchanan, Harold Pfeifer. Edwin Meents, Jack Fontana, David Duerwachter Third tow: Norman Barnes, Leonard Miller. Harry Cumfer, Larry Spiller, Robert Lenke, John Broerman, James Thomas, Thomas O ' Connell, Peter Bachouros Second tow: Ted Zabel, Wright Catlow, pledge mailer: Paul Clevenger, treasurer; Edward Beach, vice president; Robert Wagner, president; Mahlon Bishop, secretary; Jack Elwell. Lloyd Schulstad, Roy Madsen Bottom row: Leonard Hood. Robert Armstrong. E oug4as Montague. David Albright. Jay Kennedy, Lonas Delcour, Henry Williams Xot m panel: James Whitfield, Leonard Martin, William Worrell, Ronald Clark, Richard Upton, John Peterson. John Kevill, Francis Bryant Chi Phi 303 Fast Chalmers 33 Active Chapters i Top row: Walter Barnes, Arthur Sestak, Fred Edick. Donald Ward, en-rjia (raublin. William Getzen, Robert Dryer, Gesell, Thomas Hunphns. assist int Ireusurer; John Murphy Thifii row: William Coverdale. Kenneth Mac Taggart. Lawrence Claypool, Dwight Benton, John Brown, William Thompson, treasure. kins, Robert Barnes. Gerald Farell, Richard Berkshire, Quinton Olthoff Second row : Harold Throop. Thomas James, Wallace Johnson, president: John Smallman, Robert Graham, Charles Swensen, secretary Gauger, John Donng. Samuel Denton, Richard Gilbert, Richard Gibbs Bottom row: Lory HciUtrom, George Weimer. Peter Showerman. Gerald Myers, James Isenogle, Richard Thomas, Edward Brockmeier, Alan England, Donald Reis, David Lawrence, George Keim, William Richards So! in panel: Lyman Hoadley, John Chandler, rice presiUeni ; Kenneth Kolence, Nicholas Guardalabene Robert Grossmann, Marvin Edward Hop- Daniel Chi Psi 912 South Second 27 Active Chapters ■- -CAi . V- ir;. Top low: John FneJlein, Hyman Goldman, Donald Logue, Thomas Lnguc. RuLmd Scott, Edmund Hernandez. Sabah Kachachi ThiiJ row: Rudolf Geisler. Riy Fu| inaea. Luis Chong, Jorge Quiros, Gordon Stewart, Felix Quiros, Mitsura Yamamoto Second tow: Mohanned Naseri, Virgil Matthews, Mohkam Sandhu, corrresponding secretary; Jacob Hayya, David Amado. Stanley Rodin, David j Fisen, Naji Elseaidi I Bottom row: Calvin Lau, rice president; Levente DeWarga, Salman Sassoon. David LePage, recording secretary; Joseph Savitzky, president; HerbertJ Ciralsky. Casas Perez, Hjalti Einarsson r Not in panel: Thomas Harris, James Lyon, Alexander Manz, Alan Sotfin. Victor Zavarvlla, Cirilo McSween, Sorab Ghandhi, Albert Grange, treajurem Cosmopolitan 605 East Daniel 20 Active Chapters Jnrgenstn. Nk-lvin Hatcli. Top row: Robert Packard. Wilham Fljtluu, Ht-rU-rr spicThnK, W -lt .ini; Bachem, Rich.iu! MilU, John Sdini.Kker, Gc. , Tames Malottki. Gary Coffey, Jay Sturm. William Arenberg, Robert Sullivan Thi0 row: Theodore Sladek. Jackie Brummer. Scott Shanks, Harold Rodbro. Kenneth James, Richard Konigsfeld. William Stimart. Harold Voss. ' John Dau. John Shun. Warren Marek, Richard Bowers. Willard Lazier Siijnd row: Robert I.img, Haynes Bebout. Roger Crawford, Arthur Sackrison, Charles Kassel, jectetary; Charles Marshall, president: Jerrol Flodd. vice-president; illiam Holmes, treasurer; Robert Scott, sergeant-at-arms : Edward Streed, Benedict Sigfusson, Georjge Rumbyrt, Herbert Hoover Bftom row: Richard Stevens, Philip Flick, Terry Davis. Donald Lucas, Charles Morris, Daniel Arenberg, James Spierling, James Crossley. Richard Berghs . in panel: Robert Wood, Stephen Birkeland. Alfred Herzog, Thomas Sieben. Robert Eckardt. John Menz, Wesley Marek. Robert Barnum Robert Eylcr, Frank Deitz. Robert Willis. Alvin Schade. Robert Roper Delta Chi nil South First 47 Active Chapters George Underhill, Oliver Mann, Peter Ayers, Richard Mast, Daniel Robert, Harold Armstrong. Top tow: Grover Foote, Richard Pentz, John Mortimer Third row: Richard Lane. William Layer, James Wood. Paul Robinson, Daniel Branigan. Robert Achor, John Mulligan, George Blakely Second tow: Douglas Smith, Richard Blake, Thomas Hostetler, Charles Rietsch, vice pTesiUetJt ; Mrs. Franklin Orton, Robert Black, pTesident; James Rathslag. James Brewster, Howard Foell Bottom row: Gene Quermann, Charles Ruth, James Cavin, Richard Brush. Harvey Powers, Donald Carlson. Robert Bergland i ot in panel: ' " " ' " ' ■ ' ■- ■ ..- ..- - . . ,.,. .,.« lerstrom. ' -J ' - ' - ui-iLuaiiii. iiaill.3 ivui.it. jailli.3 iwililll, IMLIIdlu 1JI 1311, i ai»C) ' 1 U»»C1S, l Ull IU »„Aiiat.lll. IVULfCIl LXri lilllU ? -■ John Boyle, Richard Dieterich. William Bokman. corresponding secretary; John Hummer. Kenneth Pearce, Joel Roach, David Schil- . Samuel Stout. William Turney, John Waterstreet, recording secretary; Howard VC ' eldon Delta Kappa Epsilon Th ' .! row ■ J q li ff ■ Rues e i, " William Milne. John McCIellan, Lloyd Fra , Kk M.I .1 " i- :,t;trt. Carl Heldiu. Vernon Fisk. John Michaels, Frank Desimone, Jerome Atkinson, Deane VX ' eihmeir. Gene Decker. Charles Loughlon Sci: vd row: Edward Michalicka, ioaal chairman ; John Burgard, treasurer ; Jason Handel, president ; William Shehan. vice president ; Hughes, secretary: Hugh King, house manager; Alvin Elliot, commissar Boit m row: John Anderson, Hiimer Beall, Richard Sidener, Ted Damron. Howard Workowski, Albert Johnston, Norman Koglin Sot in panel: Allison Augur, Harlan Corrie, Harry Lashmet, Charles Baker - Arlie Delta Phi 1008 South Fourth 16 Active Chapters Top row: John Babb. Arthur Dr Unititr. Ki hard UiMaggiu. EdiiiLiiia ii,-i(iauer. Rubctt Pjrsuns. Janics Russell, Haruld Huebner, Roy Brjbcl. Tuwn- send Blanchard, treasurer; Gunnar Paulsen, Richard Metz, James Lawrence, George Angus, Walter Czarnik, house manager; Theodore Conterio, Robert Anderson Third row: William Larkin, William Young, secretary; Teleraachos Greanias. Richard Lidman. Leo Maguire, Robert Caldwell, Walter Clarke, vice president: Thomas Nichols. Eugene Windchy, Robert Watson, Richard Thies, Martin Schwartz, Robert Black, James Van Praag, Hugene Dorn, Joseph Schwerer. John Davis Second row: Armour Titus. Robert Rice, Lawrence Bastian, Lewis Wheeler, Thomas Beling, Dean Clabaugh, Oscar Klamer, William Beyer, Martini Berutti, president: Theodore Desch, Richard Gremley, Donald Falk. William Mueller, William Hug, Richard Moody Bottom row : John Cizek. Carl Ahrens, Roderick MacLeod, Frank Parmelee. Robert Drew. James Gaughan, John Marquis, Charles Huebner. John! Klages. Richard Swanborg, Robert Blanchard, Richard Debiec, Richard Gainer, Frank Clark, Robert Gremley r Not in panel: Jerome Baranski, David Barton, Cecil Baylor, William Beuttler. Richard Brennan, Jerome Causer, Peter Ferracuti, John GeorgesoJ Norman Grandos, William Hedgecock. John Jackson, Richard McLaughlin, Richard Minor, Kenneth Miller, Arthur Nelson, George Paren William Savage, George Schaefer, Albert Smith, William Westerbeck Delta Sigma Phi " MmJ - - ' : ' J. ' p row: Raymond OTi ' ughim. Robert Lanum, William Aschbrenner, Franklin Maxey, Glenn Wray, recordtng secretary; Virl Lee Hill, John Reilly. vice president; John Leach, president; William Beck, corresponding secretary; William Stahl. James Cashman, Donald Hallahan, John McMackm. John Gothard. tred ' -ufer S.i. ' id row: John W dcrt, Harry Sinclair, Charles Tebbetts, John Williams. Richard Stengel. Richard Listug. John Davis, William Tate, Harry Maher, Martin Bicker, Jack Bruchmann, William Tippens, Carl Schwenk, William Hoelscher, James Deremiah. Richard Hanes, John Monger- son B ' torn row: Dorwid Archer, Frederick Carter. William Bone. Ralph Council, Richard Andeison, Mack Ernster, John McCune. Theodore Anderson, Denis Keith, JTi ' hn Greenleaf, William Markel, Robert Hamilton. Robert Lenzini. Louis Keesey iN ' in panel: Dt.-an Patterson, James Truran. Thomas Konrad, Jack McCann, Paul Bowers Delta Tau Delta ' l p L. ' ii : Eu tnc Zitglcr. Jack Ritt. Walter Schr icJer. Da id Dittemudn. D-tnitl S.ihmu, Dunald Houser. Frederick Allen, Thi-mas Joyce. Merritt Finney, William Keating. Robert Hamft. Edwin Houser, Robert Ehlert, Tom Harris Third row: Allen Andrews. Dean Davis. Robert Prusak, Charles Vial. Sherwood Kains, Leiand Kreid, Morgan Smith, Edwin Christiansen, Harold McFarland. Richard Wangerow, Robert Potter, recording secretary: Donald Dietemann, Charles Goldman Second row: William Spooner. Robert Cox, social chairman; Daniel Stookey, John Forssell, Donald Shaw, Clarke Dexter, treasurer; Keith Mc- Henry. president; E elmar Bone, vice president; James Neal, Robert Owens, John McEnery Botlom tow: Miles Johnson. John Stukel. Tenney Boyer, James Kilgallon. Joseph Allen, James Martin, George Helber. Roger Schellneck, Herbert Borman, Jack Radke, Donald Harrington Not in panel: John Leemon, Morgan Warffuel Delta Upsilon ' 1,-p row: R.ibcit Helfcicy, (jicuu Hultiics, Nunuau Mjd.v.ii. Jciiy Lust, Juhn Marshall, Bennett Roodhouse, Wayne Ryan, Ralph Ziegler, Vance Van Tassel Third row: Robert Oirtiss, Wayne Elliott, Donald Jensen, Arlan Scheidenhelm. John Wier, James Shoger, Donald Wiiken, George Curtiss, Peter Peterson Se :ond row: Roger Mohrman, Hartford Cryder. Hal Holz. Robert Loitz, secretary ; John Bingham, president: Robert Henninger, vice president ; Quintin Elliott, business manuger : Robert Hoffman, Donald Hunter Bottom row: LeRf ■■ Sauder, Wallace Reynolds, Joe Stetson, Lowell Warner. Frank Willey, Robert Randall, Ralph Morgan, Gerald Bachman Not in panel: Dal-. Bury. Maiden Nesheim Farm House 809 West Pennsylvania 10 Active Chapters Top roll-: Donald Stevens, Benjamin Hooks, Harold Brandon, Jesse Harmon, Edward Gibson, Daniel Smith, Carl Hampton. Benjamin Ross ThtrJ roll-: William Marion, Lilbern Bigham, Ewen Akin, Thomas Floyd, Sherman Mornssette, Maurice Lee, Delon Hampton, Donald Greenlee, John Butler Second row: Henry Brandon. John Cameron. Robert Larue, Earl Frederick, secretary; Clifford McCoy, vice president; Rudolph Thomas, Donald Ryder. Robert Lynn, Leo Watson Bottom row: Earl Doty. Myles Barnes, Joseph Gibbs. Henry White. Bernard Gentry. Clarence Britten Not in panel: Fred Crockett, president; Richard Williams, treasurer; Walter Benson, Fernand Fortier, social chanman; William Pope, Clark Price, Reuben Huff. Ronald Machen, Amos Jones, John Yeatman Kappa Alpha Psi 707 South Third 93 Active Chapters n, J-hn Heckel, John I-- v 1 Uiunias Caldwell, John orinjn Kouba, Frank Johnson, Robert Brough, Donn Birmin h m, Henry Torn ireH, Vince Lascasas ThirtMrou : Richard Vo. tl, Lew Markow, Richard Paul, Adam Pientka, Robert Foxall, John Baker, Earl Jacobson, John Waters, William Cavanaugh, Ittnneth Jacobs Seco row: RobejdBLemersal, Henry Uhlenhop, Howard Neuberg. secretary ,■ John Floberg, vice president ; Garland Smith, president ; Charles unliss. }unio Mibu 7€ : Sammy Rebecca, Joseph Fenelon, Gordon Whitheld, William Meyer Bott A row: Wil m Holden Richard Shepard, Faye Cork, Harold Rietveld. Joseph Greeley, John Schlipper, James Fleischer, Richard Yero t ot gi panel: Rus|ell Miles, James Abbott, Lawrence Duke, Keith Hazzard Kappa Delta Rho 1110 South Second 21 Active Chapters i_; ' ' u : William ClinaiJ. William Hamel, James Denby, Richard Gustafson. Charles Hendricks, Ajitn Lji . Pt:tk:i Palmer, George Kaiser, Benton Junes, Wayne Nast, Donald Dudds, Peter Pasek. David Ziska. William Coney Third row: Donald Baldus. Ross Orndorff, Robert Meyer, Paul Ziegler John McEwen, Richard Berry, Donald Brady, John Zolvinski. Edward Daniel- son, Robert Rasmussen, Kenneth Darre. David Bone, Elvin Riley, Robert Lawrence Second row: Homer Ash, Donald Yeager, Roger Wilbrandt. Alexander Hale, Robert Rosendale, treasurer; Frank Hunt, secretary; Robert Blodgett, president: Albert Gravenhorst, vice president; John Locke, social chairman; Kent Smith, Donald Clooney, Edwm McLean Bottom row: Stephen Simon, Lee Brown, Donald Wendel, William Denby, Roy Ganote. Richard Crandall, Elry Falkenstein, Richard Hicks. WilliamA- Casler, Donald Pierce, Benjamin Harnish. Charles Byeriy Not in panel: Richard Lane, John Thomas. Gordon Vaughn. James Starr, William Wiese. Alan McWhorter Kappa Sigma Tol row: Kob tKileer K.ibert Lenek, James Hann-igan, Jack Lynch, John Claytnn. David Smith. Robert Olander. Richard Reynolds, Geori;e Deilis. Richard Loewe, Don Mauler, Carl Crady Third row: Fred Elsai o, lames Johnson, Donald Gnidovic, Donald Bryan. John VanScheltema, Robert Uhlir, Robert Corley. James Schuldt, Marshall I usenbury. John t Jthman. LaVerne Cassens, Robert Dickey Second row: Edwartl Prislinger, Louis Fanning. James Thomas, Jack Rieke, Russell Phipps, Emil Klingenfus, treasurer; Richard Livermore, presi- dent; John Jahnke. rice president: Carl Wahlen, secretary: Glenn Ekman, social chairman: George Megginson, James Scheeler Bottom row: Kenmtli Law, Jimmy Pierce, Dale Kaiser. Theodore Ittner, James Chalfant, William Beaver, John Thomas, Thomas Madden, Charles . Ross, John Knipk.1 Not in panel: G.uu ' iod Braun, Robert Booth. Joseph Lambright, John Lambright, William Kolinger, Edward Tomcnendal, James Miller, Donald Miller, Kenoetli Bailey, William Richards, Sherwood Kirk Lambda Chi Alpha 209 East Armory 137 Active Chapters Top row: James Bunting, Ronald Gunn. Edward Hynds, Milton Brown, George Shapland. Carl Magnusson, Thomas Stilwell, Thomas Scott, Richard Bates. George Lynch, Ronald Jones, Lee Harrison, Donald Irvm Fourth row: Charles Downs. Wayne Ashby, Henry Price. Joseph Monan, David Gullette, Robert Sullivan, Bertrem Wagner, Stuart Roberts, Robert Sonderskov. Roy Van Buskirk. Douglas McLain. Keith Baumann, Harvey Andersen, Richard Wyatt, Nairn Farnsworth Third tow: Oakleigh Adkins, Gerald Melahn, Richard Watson, treasurer; William DeWitt, Thomas Brown. Gerald Johnson, secretary; Robert logels, rice President; Karl Erickson, president; Theodore Beach, Frank Jory. William Mette, John Swisher, William Bunting. John Schrepfcnnan , social chairman Second row: Jay Stine. Bruce Adams, Kenneth Miller. William Clay, Bruce Woodruff, Richard Hansberger. Robert Johnson, Thomas Lambert, Robert Watson, David Bauer, Henry Hokamp, James Watson. Eugene Peters Bottom row: Baird Stewart. Jerry Felmley, Robert Bubb, Hugh Purneil. Ewin Seegers, Ron Heiligenstein, James McNabncy, William Muirhead, Dania Nielsen. Alfred Schultz. Eugene Ator N(? tn panel: Charles Boerio, Thomas Harrington, Robert Kabel, Ted Kemner, Albert Lenz. William Mcllvain, Donald Neville, Lawrence Pe ington Phi Delta Theta 309 East Chalmers 110 Active Chapters I I I 1 tow: Ira WcmoH James hunnjum. it-nuiu i trass, Howard Aidem, Donald Levine, Morton Richter, Marvm berm.in, James clineider. Larry imith, Henry Brauer, Edward Burr Ji .1 row: Fred Bond ' .. Myron Greenman. Leslie Schultz, Stuart Berg, Jimmy Wolfson. James Boruszak, Harold Gordon, Herbert Molner. Wallace l.ieberman, Murry Hiown, Herbert Cohen, Phil Chilow, social chairman; Charles Pressman St- -id row: Burton Rissman. Lowell Axelrod. Sheldon Rooth, Allen Sabath, treasurer ; Mth xi Gould, president; Barry Wilk, rice president; Albert Broday, Rii.)i.nd Weinstein, secretary: Alan Gordon, Leonard Kipnis B m row: Jameifc iHnn. Ronald Adelson. Dnnald Boruszak, Howard Gerstein, Melvyn Green, Gerald Pollack. Donald Wiczer. Lloyd Falk. Edward Tick, Marshall? Lipkin. Lowell Fixler. William Lipkin ; in panel: Mnrvin Zulot. Benjamin Borkon, Herbert Channick, Stewart Kristal. Leland Myers, Jerry Schultz Phi Epsilon Pi 907 South Third 38 Active Chapters 1 p .■ -u J Harold Childress, FicJ Oac. TIi.tius Brown. Richard WiK-n, RnLxit MlKikUi. HadlLA ll.iMs. liiurnas s liniu . Liuidun Leach, Jay Kenaga. Edgar Chapel, William Barker. Darrell Dicks Fourth Tou- : Norman Compton, Norton Compton, Gene Steffy, Burleigh Randolph, George Maier, James Gernant, William Nelson, Ramon Brinkman, Wallace Smith, John Karner, Donald Boyd Third row: Edwin Little, John Bowles, Charles Brown, Neil Quinn, recording secretary; Charles Caughey, treasurer; John Auther, president; Brcn- ton Wadsworth, corresponding secretary: Glen Brolander, historian; Richard Nnrberg, Calvin Perkins Second row: Raymond Kenaga. John Kiest, Gene Wallace, William Hagemeyer, Edward Palmer, Robert Nelson, Robert Hayes, Alban Mann. Frank Aston. Richard Tindall Bottom row: Jay Larson, John Lair, William Shimshok. John Thompson. Edward Gaus, Charles Gordim, Harold Burr, Robert Hershbarger. RobeJ Hecker Not in panel: Paul Schumacker, Richard Raklovits, Richard Sienkiewicz Phi Gamma Delta Top row: JbJward nikar Third row: John Crosst-n, Timothy Mahoney, Conrad Trecker, William Green, James Fitzgerald, Robert Nickels, George Trautmann, Jerome Johnson, Robert Chlup Second row: George H Ie. John Stengel, Rudolph Haas, Kenneth Bugan, stcretary ; Michael Kondzella, president; Peter Moore, vice president; George Paulissen, drepnry Leyden, William Loughman Botiam row: Charles W ' olfenberger, Kenneth Klingele. Thomas Horton, Louis Lichter. Francis Torres. John Healy. David Mueller Sot in panel: James Janicki. Paul Schmitz, Charles Fox. Thomas Murphy, William Prickett, Arthur O ' Leary, Theodore Kaye, Daniel McNertney, treasurer; Edward Fmneran, Arnold Bitterman Phi Kappa 310 East Chalmers 26 Active Chapters Top rou : John Greenfield, V; ' iiliam DriscoU, Albert Alsttrvia. ilium H,i (.ii, [ h i:. (_..;, is, J.mxs I i i lKf. Richard Christiansen, Charles Koehn, Daniel Peterson, Verner Page. Joseph Vernasco. James McEMowney, Herbert Junes, Franklin Sekera Third tow: Lee Siple. James Hill. David McFall, Donald Buske, X ' ayne W ' elk. Kenneth Dunnivant, corresponding secretary; Carl Lane, John Kerr, Donald Foster, Thomas Hall, William Pnchard. Robert Droste, Darwin James. James Kilpatnck, Gerald Hill Second row: Thomas Shively, Allen Heim, Lee Knowles, Wayne Woltman. recording secretary : John Hemwall, treasurer; Richard Erley, president; John Droste, nee president; Daniel Reese, Robert Doehler. Albert Tate. Robert V ' elk. Matthew Senn Bottom row: Richard Chester, John Keller, John Stahl. Marvin Ehlers, Frank Lakey. Paul Janice, Clark O ' Halloran, Richard Hepler, William Ebbing-J haus, Donald Lamorticella, Robert Halliday. Charles Dolan, Richard Pearson Not in panel: Ralph Jeangerard, Harvey Slaughter, William Vohaska, John Shugart, Robert Malinsky, Thomas Tiearney Phi Kappa Psi 911 South Fourth 56 Active Chapters Mj ■tLk. W lUi. Ti ' vou : .lm Ll Leuna:.;, 1 .,.: brjmlet. Earl Henderson, David KincjiJ, (jt-urgc Riiitr. Ralph Perers, Charles Keener. Andrei Soderstrum, Rtibert W ittuk. DvmaM Robertson, William Bright, Jamci Reeder. Robert Fuelleman T i raw: Herbert K. dling. pledge trainer: Robert Finlrock, James Stelzner, Keith Lacy. Howard Roecker, Charles Busbey, Oliver Drummond. Richard Holscher James Boulden. James Nolan, George Frankovich, Stanley Rymarczyk, Ronald Batterham, George Mecherle, secretary ; Russell Snyder Jf 5c. nd row: GleniyShunneson, Gene Lebwick. Richard Hatfield, Albert Liwe, Robert Henry. Roger Etnyre, vice presidetu ; William Beeson, presideut ; George McGinm ho fa e manager: Harry Swanson, Dale Faust, Gene Buwick. Theron Beeson B rjm row: Willinm Callahan, James Fleming. Roland Snyder, Winslow Cope, Thomas Slater, Wayne Hockmuth. William Frisbie. Thomas Sleeman. Ralph Grauer. Richard Betz, Edward Schuez. Fred Tait N- ' jn panel: Albert Albrecht. Jack Aylward, James Dunn, Karl Farris, Thomas Hagan. Daniel Hanson. Edward Jenison, Oscar Lara, David Wisdom Phi Kappa Sigma 313 East Chalmers 44 Active Chapters Top row: Richard Marple. Fred Osborne, Norman Pfeifer, George Barr, Elmer Hawkins, Joseph Milani, Kenneth Killian, Gordon Lovestrand, Ray- mond Rahn. James Schmidt Third row : Michael Pompilio, Robert Fox, Craig Bishop, Earl Keating, Raymond Wahlton, James Minteer, Steven Smith, Homer ChambeiUin, Charles Hammond Second tow: Erwin Fox. Kenneth Dittmer, social chaiman : Gilbert Banks, treasurer; Leslie Bishop, vice president; Marcus Folis, president; Robert Kotlarz. secretary; Richard Edwards. Donald Brown. Albert Miglin Bottom row: Pierre Petit. Harry Moore, Robert Nejdl. Donald Martin. Ross Prio. Wendell Doolittle. Ronald Mathis Not in panel: Dean Stanley. Frederick Bates Phi Kappa Tau 1: C rvu : Marsiiall GtiiUM,,. iuiit.-n Ui.itn.i.jO. B.uis ito . hcinaio Haipcm, Mviu.j k.iil . Hcibcil 1-iicdn.an. Micld.Mi jat...b . btil U ' -idcu. M.i,m Uikov. Arnold Fedtrman. Marvm Lustbader. Maynard Seidmnn. Jerry Rabin ThiiJ row: Herbert Wir.eberg. Burton Babetch. Marvin Silverman, Morton Ostow, Martin Vigon, Seymour Gordon, Floyd Manilow, Nathan Rothen- berg, William Kanjin, Joseph Matz. Sidnay Gottlieb, Edwin Levitan. Richard Heiman .S ' iL ' id row: Walter LL enthal. Robert Lipschultz. David Goldstein, pleJi L- m.tsitt : Dun Trilling, .lecitluiy; Arthur Hnit. ti easui ti ; Samuel Berger, i ff prtsifient; Mtlvin Letchinger. prenJcut : Da id Heiman, David Epstein. Sigmund Skolnick. Paul Gordon. Burton Katz b »; row: BuctQli Witt, Robert Schaefer, Donald Lasser, Samuel Chiprin, Edward Friedman, Jernjd Rue, Sherwin Nelsim. Ira Horwitz Phi Si gma 706 West Ohio 24 Active Chapters Delta T _. , u ixKhaid Dashner. Kennetii S itntun, Jolin Alpers, John Swickard, Robert Rylowicz, Sidney mith, MkIlu-I 1 urner, Lawrence Jurak, William Morgan Third row: Kenneth Boub, Donald Janssen, Kenneth Medearis, Donald Smith, James Sthafer, Lee Herwig. Walter Ptister, John Elliott, James Ber kovec Second row: Donald Pearson, Joseph Werner, Robert Druley. Henry Blackwell, secretary; Robert Piper, president; Donald Nish. rice president; Wesley Harm, treasurer; Charles Gardner, commissar; Sheldon Frank Bottom row: Steven Webb, Albert Eichsteadt, Donald Elliott. Charles Bainbridge. Charles Johnson, Richard Zimmers. Jerry Ramsey, Robert ThorpeJ Not in panel: Lynn Lynch, Paul Brothers, Charles Ulrich, Harold Mayotte, Gerald Arnholt, Tawney Bolsum, Richard Sweet Phi Sigma Kappa Top rou : WiUum Sicvcku, . U,,ii..,u M v. iv. (ii.m s IUsMh . U a eamcbcll. I-ifd Wfinn. Jjtk iiuwsljcr. stcplieti Ru s, Cliarks Buwshtr. hr- hardt Dueschie, Willuni Rusch, James McUirk, Rex Whitehurst Third tow: Norman McGirk. Richard Skogsberg, Donald Anderson. Robert Wold, Donald Loveless, Armer Swanson, Fred Rehagen. Donald Dillie, John Herder, Georuc Htck, Robert Frazier Second row: Harold Baker, secretary; William Livingston, John Herbolsheimer, Donald Weisman, August Thomas Storr. historian; Roger Woizeski, treasurer; Richard Miller, president; John Palandech. vice president; George Duensing, William Jackson. Robert Wyllie, Guy Packard Bottom rotv: Peter Sliaver, George Wilson, James Olson, William Burnett, John Macleary, Keith Kelly. Dale Carr, Albert Scheffler. William Welch, Walter Shaughnessy, Alexander Velco Not in panel: Donald Rexroad, William Martin, William Nelson, Kenneth Miles, Norman Lucas Pi Kappa Alpha 102 East Chalmers 100 Active Chapters ' • ■■■ ' George Rifakes. Roger Blake, John Brown, Otto Bouc. Carl Blase, Russell MmtKli, l.iwuri.t Haton. Harold Morris r vfi fic: Harold Beedy. David Cash, David Rogers, Nathaniel Shepard, Wayne Cowan. Jenmic Rzepecki. Prol. William Putnam, Paul Phinney Second row: Luke Oberwise, warden; Richard Pratt, hutorian ; John Simpson, treasurer; James Bayne, president; William Shaw, Gerald Walters, chaplain: George Walker Bottom row: Melvin Wagner, Donald Rogers. John Lignell, BiHie Shoulders. William Null. Hdwin Clampett, Edward Ur -cki Not in panel: Donald Bailey. Dohn Mehlenbacher, John Williams, Prof. Lawrence Norton, Thomas Krizan, Prof. John Henry, David Kallal, Gerald Miller. Robert Newlin. Kenneth Ratcliffe Pi Kappa Phi " v . f?mvi m sr fe?«»s jrfb- ' i- Top fdWi rrvtng " BemSCTi, Herbert Jacobowitz, Barton Cohen, Allan l.jsky, Uamel Kravetz. Jack Zukerman. burtnn W. assL-rman, Arnold (Jiernot . Milton Let ' kowitz, n.i id Goldberg, Murray Smith Thi ' d row: Robert Kaim. Seymnur Emalfarb. Jacob Sadow, Merwin Auslander, Arthur Berger, Gerald Kien, Raymond Reizner, Milton Steinberg, Irwin Green, Myrcn Levy 5(. nJ row: Larry I.mdim. Howard Balson, Alan Greiman, Arwin Znller. Sheldon Mitchell, Arnold Addison, Maxwell Garret. Selwyn Shlcolnik. Robert Fisher. Sht-Mon Mills Bottom row: Richard Wise, Arnold Tatar, Marshall Schaetfer, Robert Levitt, Harry Graff, Joseph Brensly, Sheldon Simborg, Ronald Davis, Donald Klugman A " . ' in panel: Marshall Auerbach, Jerome Feder, Richard Greenberg, Ralph Rosengarden, Eugene Roth. Seymour Rubin, Jack Schaffer, Howard Simon, Jerry Mi ne Pi Lambda Phi 52 East Armory 37 Active Chapters Top row: George Fearheily. Kenneth Macdonald, Albert Del Vento, Donald Nelson. Mark Alison, Albert HInsberger. Thomas Wolfe, Douglas Ben- nett, Thomas Bates. William Cofel, James Couillard Third row: Lyman White, Wallace Hanlon. Donald Acer, Hugh Dolby. Charles Allen. Alfred Johnson, James Lee, Robert Murray, Thomas Smith. Walter Lloyd, Bernard Wahle, Theodore Janssen Second row: Frank Draper. Donald Murphy, Harry Madsen, treasurer; Kirk Kandle. second rice president; Roe Mallstrom, president; James Schmidt, fint vice president: Robert Cornell, secretary; William Kidd, Marshall Smith, Thomas Emrick Bottom row: George Townsend, Thomas Tilden, Russell Pollitt. Richard Underwood, Robert Fairbanks, Howard Miller, Robert Rollins, Thomas Swan- son, William Rutledge. Richard Schwarz. Richard Markuson Not in panel: William Luthi. Joseph Kenston Psi Upsilon 7, 7 ' fOW: Ch ' aries Stateler. Robert Moore, John Williams. K i-.v.u:-. (.iuiK, Jlii U..., J.iiii . li.j.i . K.-L-lK baiuLs, Alby I ' l ii.. J r- t u lUilllcl, Edward Leverenz, sfciiil chanmdn; William Goodheart, George Kennedy, Richard Cunningham. Kenneth Freeto, Philip Mattison, Joseph Gonzalez, David DeWind Thud row: Richard Anderson. David Traeger, Robert Hoffman, Philip Ward, John Norton, Allen Kay, Murray Schueth, Dale Long, Robert Enders. Charles Long. O tn Bloodg.tod, n-corder : Jerry Wack. Glenn Wright. Edward Rnss. Charles Kustner, Emmett Hanley 5t nd row: Joseph Vrdol)ak. Hunter Gilbertson, Robert Hall, James Linder, John Karraker, Peter Palmer, vice prendent ; Bruce Campbell, president; Delford Cantrell. t ' tasurer; Bennett Bradley. David Behnke, George Wilson, John Sitzler. Thomas Hosch, Jerral Seibert Buttom row: TheoJur Schreyer, John Werner, William Moore, Roy Heidemann, Robert Boyd, Richard Chesnut, Millart Countryman, Milton Samson, Frank Trewyn Wayne Bickes, Eugene Maynard, Gerald Smith. William Young, Bryce McFadden K t in patiel: John Karras, George Walker, Stacey Siders. John Pratt, Richard Parker. Robert McClure, Darrell Johnson, Richard Phillips. George Haupt, Richard Buckhart. John Duffy Sigma Alpha Epsilon i y ' luu : Stanley Slaw, Lowell Martin, Stanley Goldberg. Jack Kase. FrtrJ While, Jen»me Kiet ' us. Howard JnlinNoii, Daiiitl Rapoport Third row: Bernard VC ' einer. Arnold Rottman, Lee Kwatnez, Donald Lipman, Robert Kean. Howard Levine, Robert Dick, David Gould, Lewis Ci)ht-n, Marvin Levenson Second row: Selig Stein, William Kamin, social chairman; Gordon Gray, secretary; Milton Jaffe. pies dent: Seymour Dordick, IreaJiner; Bert Pollan, Leonard Weinstein, Stanley Koven Bottom row: Burton Rosenberg. Arthur Cohen, Melvin Cole, Adolph Evnin, Lionel Kantrowitz, Robert Pattis Not in panel: Edwin Kooperman. Gerald Petacque. Edward Blum, Sanford Greenwald, pledge maiiei Sigma Alpha Mu T ' lp row: Robin Johnsf ' -n. Charles Sheppard, Raymond ' alters, Herbert Neathery. James Luke. Daniel M " i vice prejident : Brycc Reeve, Lee Stark. Jerry Steding, Jerry Kats, William Jones, William Herriott, Carl Anderson. Stephen Smith, James Kehm Ihi ' d roil ' : Ronald Mcidows. Oliver Brewbaker, treasurer; Robert Kohn, Gerald Magee, Buxton Johnson, Wayne Townley, Wayne Deal, Robert Rempert. John M .tiaut:hey, Dee Glueck, James McKinzie. William Mason, Howard Robinson, Robert Thompson, William Flippo, Benjamin DeCamp. Hoyt MjOk-ws, Karl Brix 5i L " id row: Edward (j ' le, David Smith, Paul Vornie. John Marks, John Schumacher. Charles Major, Randall West, president; Jesse Stone, George Bristol, Dickinsi.n Wiltz, itcretiny ; Robert Baird, Harold Baker. James Hoffman, Robert Bills. Lloyd Thorson B iiiom TOW : John Bruggen, Burtord Hawkins, Donald Richards, Carl Dilsaver, Larry Schumacher, Thomas Rose, James Norman, Max Hooper, James McLaughlin, Thomas Goad, Harold Dycus. Richard Zimmerman, Clarendon Johnson, Paul Luhrsen, John Greenwood jV ' , ' in panel : Cuiic Connor, John Neal, Donald Prichard, Donald Cassady. Ernest Buley Sigma Chi 410 East John 120 Active Chapters Top row: Lyle Marquis, Reed Halliday. J» hn Sidenstick, William Hamilton, Sidney Walters, Gerald Jenkmson. Robert Peacock, David J..hnston. Donald Worden. CuUen Clauser. Jack Ekstrom, Lawton Lamb, John Andreos. John Day, James George, Ronald Wallace. Harry McGraugh Third row: Wilfred Landreth, William Thalman, Joseph Voska. Gerald Farwell, Warren Holland, Dawson Gillaspy, Carl Radke, Max Baumgardncr. Donald Davis, Harold Johnson, John Bendjgkiet, George Tourek, Norbert Kraegel, Ocie Trimble, Robert Palmer, Julius Heydorn, Tom Sullins Second row : Joseph Brewer, Cornelius Dore, Donald Engels, Richard Amos. George Ginos, recorder ; Donald Peterson, lieutenant commander ; Stephen Reagen. commander : Robert Zang, treasurer; Charles Hardtke. home manager; Carl Foster, Frank Jenkins, Joe Saupe. John King Bottom roiv: William Ballowe. Albert Anderson, Richard Wyche. Robert Solomon, Verlon Cummins, John Young. Richard Miller. William Gratian, Robert Poggi. Richard Pedersen, James Keithley. Paul Camm. William Pierce. John Loss. William Barrick, George Kmiotek, David Herriott Not in panel: Joseph Hale, Charles Lampe, Richard Schwerdt Sigma Nu 1009 West Pennsylvania 108 Active Chapters Top row: Donald iiailcy, Joseph Gmss, Barney Cacioppo. Robert Johnson, Richard Winsauer, William Pichon, £Idon McKinney, Vincent janislawski. Raymond Janke, Melvin Churovich. Edward Middleton Stcotd row: James Little, George Conlee, James Carman, Elmer Hahn, James Sneyd, Elmer Schirmer, Douglas Miller. Roy VC ' ilhe! Raymond Reusch Botsom row: Arnold Sauers, pledge muster; Wolfgang Junkel, Richard Choronzy, James Ephgrave, business manager; Adolph Brux, aid Henricks, f ' president; William Herdrich, secretary; LeRoy Davidson, Homer Moving, Robert Heals Not in panel : John Stephens Kermit Knetscli, m. Jack Jensen, president; Don- Sigma Phi Delta 1103 West Illinois 7 Active Chapters Heinen, Third row. Nissen. Zeman Second .TOW C.haries Scharatin. Anton Paille James Ramsey, Richard Haskins, William Beck. Han)ld Fritz. Walter Huskmson. Richard Huppe, Jn William Meloney, Jack Silbergeld. Richard Wilson, Wayne Breese, Martin Wright. Richard Tank, William Forr Richard Gruitch. Carl Peters»»n, Larry Larson. Robert Brogen, William Wilcox, Richard Rodgers, Donald Laz. Donald Sunderlage. Janu Walter Zaleski. Richard Read. Luren Tate, Edward Clark, George Hoskmson, Robert Hanson. Leonelle Garbs. Donald Duncan. Chark Richard Ecklund. Jesse Bushee, George Smith. Marlowe Hartzer, Charles Kinsey, Richard Campbell, rice president; Warren Kammenr. secretary: William Lockard. president; William Siemer, comptroller; John Corcoran, historian; Charles Emmert, Richard Wulfert. Neak Roberts, Blake Carter. Richard Heitmiller Bottom tow Thomas Daykin Gerald Valier. Richard McCarthy. Robert Hull. Paul Garman. Jerome Phalen. Walter Hall. Adolph Miller, Frank Mezek. Richard Gordon, Franklin Ridgeway. Royal Bernier. Robert Watkins, Robert McMil " Not in panel: Theodore Bockman. Donald Ellis, Richard Gucker. Joe Hall. Roger Larson. Frank Sorensen. Robert Strum. Albert Walters, Charl Shumard, Donald Smith. Marvin Hendrickson, Gerald Armentrout. Hirold Wenzel Sigma Phi Epsilon Top f Wf Nathan Workman. George Larson, Leroy Reuscii. Ernest Donoho, Herbert Gerecke, Robert Sanner, Lyie Smith, Emerson Wineman. Robert Wallace, John Fanning, Hairison Streeter, Walker Pattt)n. Julin Heddens Th ' J row: Roger De ' iung. James Hinkle, Charles French, Robert Vitt. Robert Avery, John Keyset, John Kaindl, Robert Cryer, John Eversole, Kenneth Ftldcrmati, Norman Eckstmm. Richard Williams Sl, lid row: John CiM-tr, Robert Alexander. James Fleming, Donald Bunnell, secrttiiry ; Richard Ems, pledge master; Charles Donnelly, president; Fted Kondzeila, pifMJtnt . Walter Cryer, in-jfj rer ; John Schmidt, Glen Mittlacher. Charles McGrew B flw row; Warren W chner, Robert Ramsay, Robert Oie. Ramun Wiis.m. R.bert Leonard, Robert Purcituil. Lester Ness. Leiby Hall, William Work- man, James Slaple A ' in panel: Sam Piazza. Robert Penn, Raymond Dannehl Sigma Pi -10- East Armory ' 3 Active Chapters J. ' tow: Rich.ud Sampson. Aitliui t.,.., _ii ...i., ::.ii.ait Chase, Irwin August. Ronald Richmi.nd, Irving Bemoras, Howard Franklin, Ronald Drell, Melvin Cohen. Siebert Solomon Third row: Robert Ulbcrg, Marvin Schneider, Joseph Jacobs, Seymour Gantman, Judson Edidin, Stuart Greenberger, Selwin Price, Henry Gaines Ronald Goldberg. Jerry Isan. Ira Simon Second row: MeJvyn Greenberg, Daniel Kirsch, Stanley Freireich, Morris Beschloss, recording sectetary ; Robert Joseph, vice president; Oscar Siegel, president; Laurence Fordhara, treasurer; Richard Gamsu. Sigmund Blum. Jerome Soltan. Leonard Davis. Allan Levy Bottom roiv : Stuart Cohen. Morton Glabman. Marvin Glabman. Michael Goot, Sheldon Gordon, Gerald Kane, Gerald Leavitt, Kenneth Lopaty Stan Martinez. Albert Polansky, Theodore Ross, Lee Schoenbrod Ti ' p row: Burton Levy. Robert Kaplan. Arthur Rosen tc-in, Ltc SnitoH, Charles Mailen, Paul Schneider. Barry Gilberg, Phillip G«iMstick, hugenc Weiner, Arnuld GellLr, Gerald Lee. Irwin Muchman, Richard Rosenstein, Marshall Pines TJ ' iid raw: Richard KK.mpus. Melvin Rosenbloom, Irwm Yarmi). Marshall Berman, Ellis Levine. Alan Newman, Lewis Rich, Jules Altenberg, Eugene Kikoen. lay William , Arthur Rothman. Larry Wolken, Jacub Rosenstein S-. nJ row: ' Albert Pt km, Richard Swoiskin, Robert Cohn, Fred Caplan, bursar; Bernaid Gartner, scribe; Leonard Kravets, chancellor; Mrs. Ella Mae Stipes. Allan Steinberg, vice chtirtceltor ; Howard Weinper, Paul Aronson, social chairman; Donald Dubow, Jordan Hecktman. Fred Polakow Biiom rati:: Paul Karel, Robert Gumberg, Arthur Levoff. Arnold Rosenthal. Donald Goldman, Lessing Silver, Joel Schmidt, Richard Seid, Donald Fme, Maynard Strull, Arthur Muskin. Theodore Goldman N in panel: Abraham Bernstein, Eugene Colbert, Beniamin Ruben, Raym nd Stern, Roger Zinn, Sheldon Baitman. Yale Lauter. Earl Schneider Tau Epsilon Phi 105 East Armory -10 Active Chapters iaf ' " . ' u . Kt Hjrkins. Marlin Patters-. n. Gene 1 ln.nu vii,, Ru -.cll br.i Mi. uiuiu NUkjiu. Jjiiio Pcmbic, Kcinictii iiij icihfciit. Kcuncl vin, Gerald Stuff. Bert Ingels. William Lawrence. Robert Graham, John Mueller. Wendell Thompson, Ronald LeVar. Ri bcrt Kucera Foitrth tow: Harold Bahe, Robert Miller, Paul Smith, Harry GuUett, Ri;:hard Heob, George HoUey, Lawrence VC ' alquist, Charles Schultz, Richard, Klatt, William Keller. David Nightingale, James Hanson, Harold Steed Third Tott ' : Spencer Avey. Lowell Roberts. Gunvald Moen. Alan Brumback. R-ibcrt Muelbr, pliJ t- master; Lyle Snowden, i ice president: Williai Klatt, president; Ralph Pearman, lrt.isitrtr ; Robert Garrels. stereljry ; Carl Borklund, Donald Houpt, James VC ' eir. Arthur Daugherty Second row: Roger TompJcins. Henry Mendenhall, Fred Carlson, Robert Hoffman, George Moore, Victor Isaksen, Jack Handley. Joseph Fribley, Andrew Perolio, Christian Heiligenstein, Robert Price Buiiom TOW.: Michael Richmond. Thomas Wangelin. Martin Seidler, Robert DePauw, Thomas Wood, William Leahy, John Sutton. Dean Storej Donald Brewer ' Not in panel: James Cannon. Robert Chaney Tau Kappa Epsilon 308 East Armory 77 Active Chapters 1:1 row: Charles tidl McAfoos, John Man: Thrd row: John Youngs, V .i::. . LC...i,L. iil:jni Bvtncs. Ll., jbi(.ii, R-btrt Aaruii. LK.vd SpeiiLcr. Juhn Bauer. William BtAnun. Rub.-rt Mictiael Hance, Ralpii Vollmar. William North. Richard Picard pledge marshal: Harry Peterson, Harry Baxter. Edgar Lundeen, Robert Riggins, William Niesen. treasurer; Harry Yoder, John Pfau. Robert daschler, James Ingels, Richard Yakel, Peter RaJeka. Schernll Weichbrodt, secretary; Donald Bohrer Sci ' fid row: Robert Spnggs. James Snarr. Charles Secondino, Randall Duty, William Burt, Robert Wylie. vice president; Richard Larson, presi- dent; Ralph Bri ' wn, Kenneth Page, William Shewalter, Raymond Thompson, Wayne Mitten B itom row: Max Livengood. John Mulligan. Daniel Rinck. Jack Turner. Robert Schoen. Robert Oakes, Ox, Harrison Winter, Ronald Moeckel, Dean Hickman, Jack Trummel, Roger Roth N ' t in pane!: Marvin Berschet. James Bell, Theodore Bell. Charles Fort, James Hipper. Lauren Strafford Theta Chi 505 East Chalmers 102 Active Chapters Tap loic: Leeds Bovver. Richard Johnsen. .;.: K.uston. Hams Kimball. Richard Martley, Rjlph Bennorth, Marshall tricksun, Wayne Cooper, Thaddeus Pierzynski, Michael Uram. Dunald :Mnipsiin, Harold Rigney, Raymimd Golik. Dudley Johnson Third row: Robert Brayt.in. Charles Maecker. Paul Aney. Kent Spencer. Russell Osmon. John Hollister, Michael Ingrassia, Rudolph Bremser, Joseph Steidl. Flemming Flott Second row: Lawrence Butkus. Daniel Forrest. Robert Maliary. David Hodgkins. c ' jneifyondnt sectttjiy: Lawrence Vogt, treasurer; John Harvey, president; Webster Crowley, recording senclaty: Richard XX ' illiams. Lertiy Wellburger, Benjamin Abruzzo Bottom row: Willard Mnnsen. Douglas Brichfurd. Richard Mills, Neal J hn Cnnde. Robert Vagineres, David Fonseca George Florman Willian Nyland. Robert Bubel Not hi panel: James McCormack. Robert Bennorth. James Hager, rice pies dcnl : Douglas Hager, David Jennings, Robert Quig Theta Delta Chi TopWbW: Richard Oorn dos. Henry Marcheschi. Richard Drapeau, Harold Helenberj;, Jlh. , .... ... |.;,;. L.i : ' -.wLi, j..i.i, i ii..|_,.,n. Jerome Keefe Thntl row. ' Ralph DeRnse, housf manager; Louis Wagy. Richard Svoboda, Anthony Vendetti, Robert Reynek. Joseph Thiel, Harry Granzow, John Rago, Preston LeBrann 5t. .nd row: Reverenvi Edgar Taylor. Clyde Grimm, Edmund Harnedy, Jjhn Barnes, vice president; James Schmitt, president; Basil Cascio, secretary; David Flanigan. i tj hrer; Reverend Edward 0 ' R« urke H . ' torn row: Paul Htrinckx, Edmund Hercer. James O ' Connor. Dominick Parisi. Edward Martynowicz, Frederick Mobley. Jay Poole A ' i» panel: CUitl- Brown. Thomas Conley, Frank Dolan, Michael Guinnane, Richard Ryan, Paul Adesko Theta Kappa Phi ion South Sixth 22 Active Chapters k I [ ' ■ ' K I , ' l ' rj;. ' s II kr..[nc Slavick, James Cannon, Richard Mueller, James Cleary. Chris Lecos, Bruce Sidlinger, Bruce Anderson ThnJ tou-; Ciiliuid He erly, Frank Dayton, Joseph Murphy, Alex Hunter, Lutielie Wassmann, Bruce Brown. Ragnar Swanson, Edward Aldridgc, Neal McDyer. Jack Nystrom, John Bleck. Clarence Maenuson, James Green Second row: Joseph Chlup, Glenn Gareiss, Thomas Bleck, house manager; Edward Streeter, social chairman; John Lauer. vice president; Gordon ; Godejahn, president; William Hohman, treasurer; Richard Durland. Harry Von Huben, Louis Davidson. Robert Gerzetich Bottom row: John Williams, George Kurash, Usko Sinisalo, Richard Pedersen, Robert Carlyle, Richard Mabry, Robert Howell, James Monteieone, i Robert Gabrielli, Robert Schrum, Vincent Lyons Not in panel: Jack Farris, Allan Esgar, Emory Kemp. Paul Schuiz, Austin Buchanan. Leslie Houscr, Lawrence Gerske, Edgar Brock, Norton Smitti Theta Xi r -p row: Don AndcrsoD, Ldu.ud Uay, Robert Vick, William Unterberg, John Higgins. Raymond Ohlgren. Harold Zahn, Kenneth Walter. Richard Evanson, John Sayles 5,, ' id row: Russell D.inkert. Gerald Giffin. corresponding secretary; Fred Trepte, Norman Smith, recording secretary; Donald Jones, president; Robert Enroth, i ic. president; Gene Groff, treasurer; Bristol Conklin, Harry Hawkins, Arthur Miller ii :: jm row: David l innelly. Terence Nealon, Robert Schrader, Julian Englehardt, Leonard Mattson, Eric Johnson. Richard Brown, Philip Lee. Harlan Schone -N ' m panel: John Kibbe Triangle Fraternity 112 East Daniel Harold Schweig, Harlen Mitchell, Ronald Lundin, Lloyd Zuelzke. Ralph Layman, Harry Psichogios, Donald Schmeckpeper Top r-jw Stcond r Bottom raw: William Knuerr, Bruce Eckland Robert Simon. John Jachera. John Kuller. Wallace Beck, Merle Swain, Thomas Schmeckpeper, Joseph Kowalski Ronald Seidler, secretary; Thomas Menees, president; Harold Heffernan, tice president; Richard Powers, treasurer; Witanshire , ■ row: Ronald Klein, Uvrald J.ilfi., U.irry I-i.gclsMii, I.t MKud Hlnek, Juhn RubL-l. Mark RuhLobcr . Mar liall Fry, William Pciry. Btnjamtii W ' ulli, Lawrence I.crman, Gt-rald Baron, Gus Friedman, Warren Menaker, Alan Eirinberg. Mark Symuns :J roti : Lewis Haritiler, Norman Pcskind, Thomas Bank, Stanley Weinstein. Donald Colman, Tom Kaufman, James Barnett, Lee Miller, Malcolm Nachbar, stcrctary . Sheldon Pollack, houseman; Leonard Smoler, Robert Sherman, Hariand Lewin. Allen Schimberg, Edward Falcovich . nd roiv: Ralph Kiihngold. Daniel Baer, Richard Stone. Eugene Barenholtz, James Weiss, Jordan Sobel, vice presideni ; Mrs. Eleanor Epstein, Robert Green, p: ;.i nl; Robert Prusin, treasurer: Jim Lurie, Irion H=yman. Jerry Wynn t!om row: William essar, Charles Silvers, Alvin Rabushka, Richard Anasov, Gregorio Zolko, Larry Shpiner, Bernard Borman. Ronald Levy, Robert Cohen. Stephen Wolfberg. Richard Cohn. Colman Borowsky in panel: Hnrley Lewin, Fredric Hefter Zeta Beta Tau 907 South Fourth 45 Active Chapters KolUnd mlt(l. Leon He i op row : Kichard Andt-i lins, Timuthy Toomey Third roll-: William Bassler. Charles Strawbridge, Raymond Beebe. Edwin Horn Rogers, Frederick Kalthoff. William Sy ' erson, William Powers Second row: Wairen Wright. Clark Toussamt, Martin Bang, Edward Wright, i ce presrdeKt ; Randall Mann. Robert Lee, Wjlliam Freyermuth Bottom row: DaMd Ferris, James Johnson, David Seidel. Orval Paxson. James Eustice, Russell Stackhouse, Orest Popel, Bruce Alfree, Charles Cassey Not in panel: Walter Ritter, Herman Waarich, Robert Rohde, Jack Neuhaus. Robert Drom, Richard Schweitzer. Ralph Synnestvedt, Carroll Tabaka recording secretary Ramon Duran, Dteodore Uutrnsey. David iicck. c " tt Ureene, Ivar iNelson, Hubert Col- Richard Smith, corresponding secretary; John McCormac, Charles James Watson, president ; George Searls, treasurer; Zeta Psi l;f ••■u . Jt ' lin Henry, R bi-ft Hubt.i, Au;.;. . " . i . .k,, Donald Leeds, Max Beschloss, Daniel LeNnble, Eugene Pisli.i, KubLft Hunter, Walter Enstrom, Riibert Hardin, Eugene Kramer Bottom tow: Chester Sobota, John Lasko, vice president; Jay Atkins, tree president; Kent Kelley, piesident ; Tom Karacic, rice pteudent-secreiary ; Albert Varon. tieji ner; Leroy Pederson Not in panel: James O ' Toole, Robert Ropa Parade Ground Units The idea of using the Parade Grounds as a housing unit was under discussion until the Spring of 1946. At that time action was taken to complete it as a housing project for single men. Working on an appropriation from the Federal Housing Association, the Universit - procured the buildings from Camp Phillips at Salina, Kansas. Construction difficulties dehned the opening of the Units until the Fall of 1947. At the present time, the Parade Ground Units has 1264 residents. The Unit is composed of seventy- nine buildings, housing sixteen men each. This area is the largest single iiousing development on any campus in the United States. As an organized student house, it has no numerical equal. t W 2? Tof row: Richard Rippy. Ruger Frisciiki.t u. listn :ii ttl, iJijjm Kritz. Jtrry Miller. Kt.nneth Zagielski, jitierury-tTtiiJuret Second row: Keith Mattern. M.l.A. ttfiitwiititliir ; Kay Jetierson, John Hinde, William Brown, Russell Rnellig, Jack Ayt tte, Anthony Janus, president Bottom row: Joseph Vizek, Donald Johnson. Louis Fadanelli, vice piesidetJt ; Jack Raymer, Donald Ott. Elmer Wilkening No hi panel : Jerome Krivanek, Dale Wachtel. Wayne Eccles Bastille HIUS West Illinois Barton House 1:15 South Fourth Top row: Mandel Schwartz. Kenneth Weiss, Karl Marks. Charles Wade. Charles Hudson. David Browning, Richard Witt. Roy Raemer, Solomon Rabinowit2. William Smith, Roger Wolf, Arthur Afremow. Eugene Yalowitz Third row: Elmer Ernst, Barry Cole, activity chairman: Donald Morris, Kenneth Jensen, Robert Weber. Morton Cole, Earl Meyer, Ralph Fishman, Herbert Bistritz, Clarence Feiereisel, Rudolph Marovec Second row: Otto Koztny, Victor Pearson. Seymour Feinberg, John Nalde. athletic chairman; Robert Goldberg. Martin Morris, rice president; Earl Cole, president; Myron Jacubson. secretary; Donald Erickson. Robert Leifer, Milton Nidetz Bottom row: John Thompson. Donald Hamburg, Anthony Spata, Albert Tillman, counselor; William Duensing, Armond Sloan, Martin Pilka, Eugene Schmitz Not in panel: Marvin Ball. Gordon Behnke, Elliot Bell. Edwin Birkhimer, David Bond, Roy Brenner. Edward Buczkowski. William Damisch. Irvin Durn, Arthur Dreshheld, Sherman Fabian, Earl Fey, Joseph Gibson, John Grimsich, George Gunkle. William Gurolnick. Robert Harris, George Jacover. Gus Kamenko. Alvm Kaplan, Kenneth Killian. Arthur Libanolf. Olot Lindberg. social chairman; Arthur Lisnwski, Merle Mattenson, Michael Millea. Sheldon Miller. Arthur Molzan, James Morse. Donald McMahon, Ted Newman, Arthur Paullin, Robert Petrcy, Hershel Post, Edwin Rabin. Raymond Rhoads, Frank Rice, Burton Schaner, Paul Shewmon. Myron Silverman, Robert Soble, Harry Voigt, Tibor Weisberger, Burton Weisbrod, Leonard Wexler, treasurer; Franklin Zid, 515 Top row: Charles Lee, social chairman ; VC ' ilbut Ciummer, Paul Bieritz, James Brown, Reid Holmstrom, Cyrus CoUms. Richard Mayne, Ritiiard Martin. Jack McCarl ' Third row: John Noll, Wallace Carr, Joseph Wager, vice president; Edward Straka, Bernhardt Bruggen. Richard Holmberg, Robert Bankert, Joseph Stevenson. Robert Cain, William McNult ' Second row: William Martin. Dohn Mehlenbacher. Leo Parks, Leon Issert, Mrs. Charity Pidcock, Ronald Losee. intramural chairman; Robert Romanowski, Neal Duncan. William Heinhorst Bottom row: Frederic Heim, secretary-treasurer; Meredith Werner, Norman ShrefBer, Garrison Southard, president; Donald Kinert, Roland Wilhelm Brentwood -08 Soutli Mathews The Browery 1112 West Oregon Tot rotv: Dean Paulsmeyer, Elvin Carlson, Robert Malach, Dean Smith, John Wohzon, James Dunn, Richard Barkman Third row: Milton Brunner, Wilfred Irish, Donald Frick, Marvin Mayer, Harold Stange, Frank Hasbrouck Second row: James Ranson, Arnold Bland, Albert Mills, John Jacus, Thomas Timmis, Raymond Henry, Louis Wollermann Bottom roil-: Herbert Byers. social chairman: Dale Henry, athletic chairman; Clyde Wieland, secretary-treasurer : Mrs. Max Brower, Joseph Letc, vice president: Severyn Bruyn, president Not in panel: Frederick Bates, William Hawkins, Philip McCormick, Robert Mieher, Jerry Rabin Top fow: Allan ciiie, Robert blautlidJiJ. William Ruwan, vice preitdent ; John Klussendorf, secrefary-treaiurer; Robert Bvans, locml chairman; John Wilson, Richard W ' asson Third row: John Barrett. Earnest Wilkinson. Donald Surgeon. Richard Rogich, Thomas Hill, Lynn Surgeon, Harold Knudson Second row: William Greenfield, Caryle Read, Robert Londrigan. athletic chairman; Levert Fillingim, president; Basil Ohnysty Bottom row : Richard Camp, Walter Ross, Ralph Brunt, Richard Kenna Calhoun Hall 509 East Chalmers Clark House 1215 South Fourth Top row: Peter Ferracutl, James Hobbs. Sidney Kirchheimer, Daniel Lome, Howard Ben|amin, Robert Stedronsky, Harold Selz, David Takada, Walter Karatz, treasurer Third row: Oscar Kriegman, Zorack Rabin, Jerome Rotenberg, David Steinberg, Max Sherman, Arnold Craine, Marvin Klein, George Yee, David Lemons. Milton Hieken Second row: Robert Beck, president; Donald Friedman, Marvin Axelrod, Ralph Levin, James Jensen, Marvin Persky, Richard Cramer, Charles Miner Bottom row: Alfred McWhorter. Max Light, William Fassnacht, John Chapman. Louis Mylius. James Johnson, William Selig No in panel: Karl Berolzhimer, vice president; Norman Share, secretary; Joe Schultz. social chairman; Sorrel! Lapins, athletic chairman 517 Lhu Ralph J.WniMon . Ki liard Tup rou : Robert Jones, sttifl ny-tfc-dfurei : Charles Stegmeir, John Thompson. Richard Jidmsim. .i! Flanery. William Dixon. Boyce Humphreys Bottom row: Dale Anderson. Robert Morns. Kenneth Anderson. Harry S.mms, social chairman, licc picsuhnt: Stuart Scjtt. Charles Reinthaler, Fred Thorp. priiiJeril N ' lt in panel: Jose Laroden Col onia Arms 1 I OS West St.jiightcn Colonial Manor 505 East Green Top row: William Rudeck. Jerome Baubkus, Rudolph Mackey, Thomas Fjsscll. Michael Grt)ziak. Howard Koontz Third row: Robert Eckels. James Hardesty, Alfred Tracy, William Williamson, Ronald Gieve. Donald Jensen. John Rice Second row: Bruce Bastian. Thomas Bickel, Philip Mueller. William Ely, Harold Wolcott. Edwin Breed. Robert Fosnaugh, Richard Stone Bottom row: Richard Vandermyde, Peter Trepanier, president: Ben Mardnan, social chaiirnan; Charles Sexauer. social chairman: Burton Ericson, vice president: Donald Davis, secretary-treasurer ; John Marshall. Russell Astrouski 518 ' ' t ? Top I ' ltf : Alfred Barr. Richard Cotfelt, James Laible, Ricliard Lnj an. William Mitcheltree. iithli-itc chairm.in; Verne Garrison. Jack Hansen Second row: Donald Baird. Don Turner, Alva Osborn, Robert Rankin, secretary-treasurer ; William Myrick. Kenneth Shanklin, Clifford Pocock. Delmar Gottsclulk Bottom row: Donald Brozek, Noble Rose. Joseph Wilcox, socnil cbiiiimjn: Leonard Hardy, rice piaiJent : Frank Zancanclla, president; Harlan Li!lie. Charles Catlin Dornoch Lodge I 109 South Fourth Fireside :iO East John Top row: James Quinn. Roland Hauck. Paul Uebel. John Harris, Benjamin Piskun Third row: Herbert Iversen, Arthur Johnson. John Sime. Russell Saewert Second roil ' : George Haack. Lorenz Makoutz, Lewis Gould, Harold Schendel, Paul McGee Bottom row: William Moluf, president; Carl Johnson, co-socidl chairman: James Hurt, jecretary-treasurer Glenn Stehr. William Bingman, vice president Gordon Johnson, co-social chairman; 519 jt . i ' ■ » I -.rM ■ i M ' rl lrf ' ' ' ' ! -- ■ hahim mUni Top row: Richard Ri)se. pitw Jtril: Edward Widff. Edward Hallctt, Leo Arms. Donald Kanter, Mtirton Gordon, Robert Goodman, Richard Calisch, Peter Borkovitz, Charles Ingold, Arnold Sax, Hugh O ' Connell, Desmond Coliord, Stewart Taubkin, Walter Triebel, Eugene Nick, Sherman Neuman Second tow: Larry Ehrlich. Richard Reichenback, Bertill Gustafson, Alan Turner, Llewellyn Kucera. secretary; Richard Gawlak, Ivan Stern, Theo- dore Johnson, Alvin Krell, Elwood Schmidt, Benjamin Rose, vice president: Myron Steffens, Robert Wilkins Bottom row: EH Leviton, Basil Kerstein. Gary Lowe. Howard Kahn, Frank Slepicka. Cameron Carley, Sylvan Jaenke, counselor; Lawrence Berkove, David Nelson, social chairman; Donald Arends, Ircuurer ; Randolf Barth, Raymond Lilienthal Not in panel: Ralph Levy. Reynold Aide, Edward Friedman, Sanford Silverstein. Jay Bitterman, Burton MuUer, Robert Etheridge. Wilbur Carlson, Richard Shramm. Bernard Stebel, Walter Smith. Lowe! Woi.dstnck, Dean Wollson, Donald Brin, Richard Benes, Russell Coppersmith, Walter Jovovich. Jay Frankel, John Rener, Manuel Reines, Jordon Weber. Irvin Schwartz, Ralph Morgan, Sherwin Mizeil, William Gumbrecht. Sheldon Rosen, Thomas Allen. Albert Bona. Earl Moses, Harold Rappuport. Clarence Niebow. Robert Shaw, George Watanabe. Harold Barker, George Konovsky, William Vespa, Anthony DeLeonardis Flagg House 121 South F.mrtli Four Columns 305 East John Top row: John Massey, George Marko. Dale Hilton, Joseph Kenston. Donald Goff, Claude Pope, Ernest Levy Second row: Jerome Schechtman, Charles Velzy, secretary; Clifford Dixon, James Knaak, Thomas Haining, co-president ; Richard Ma! ney. Avrum Gold Bottom row: Charles Ayers, co-president : Daniel O ' Connell. John Wolski. treasurer: Gunnar Erickson, Douglas Cain. Raymond Bruno Not in panel: Frank Green. Charles Kristufek. Warren Harris. Charles Wagner. John Millerd. Gene Weber, Hans Tausig. Dennis Summers. Edgar Feinstein, Richard Matple 520 Iv Lm.:L Emmons. Dimald Stnctzel, Rnbect Adams, KwL .i i; Duiuia Marsik. William T ' jI tow: Sydnt-y Chiistnphcrsen, mti.aii:.- .n . ..,;■; St.ilIswortii, jocttil chjimiin Si ' intul row: Armand Mattauscli, Charles Dittmer, Floyd Wente, Robert Stabler, piesi ent; Charles CoUings, lice presidt-nt : William Moore, secre- Itiry-tnamrev ; Herbert Bielawa. Clifton Capp Bottom tow: Donald Lte. Neil Perington. Jameis Snelling, Thomas Maicr, James Stoctzel Gar-Men UV) East Green Granada Club lOCt South Fourth Top row: John Ellis, Harold Rasmussen, Robert Cerny, Patrick Twomey. John Andrews, James Holcomb. John Twomey, Clyde Czernek. Gerald Anderson, Robert Lindenau, Irwin Veit, Kenneth Piggutt, James Johnson. David Rosenstock. Ronald Ganschow, Allan Carpenter, Robert Maynard, Gordon Nelson, Howard Wyman, Thomas Johnson, Robert Caldwell, Edward Siebert, Robert Dormitzer Thiid ow: William Stevens. Stanley Dunn. Robert Sharkey. John Urich, Guy Calhamer, Ralph Graham. Mason Layman, Arthur Pulkow, Frank Zeller, Ernest Plechaty, James Borhek, Elmer Fenwick, Eugene Kramer, Maurice Johnson. Richard Probst, Robert Rasmussen, David Van Doren, John McCarthy. Robert Fisher Stcnnd roll: Edgar Dunn, John St. John, Robert Bailey, Albert Foissotte. Richard Watterworth, George Schneider, Robert Pausch, Edward Frost. John Muerle, Duain Claiborne, Donald Harris. Milo Illich, William Holwick, Donald Jackson. Robert Swerman, Marvin Klein, William Norvell. Richard Graham Bottom low: Dan Astrahan, Gordon Gieseke, Gordon Richards, Warren Williams. Robert Hybert, John Reinert, Neal Parmenter. Lawrence Kocal, secntur)-lre.is iitr ; Hewitt Hafer. lutniminal chunmiin : James Lonergan, William Maki. rtci. pusidttjl : Charles Hanna, pttiuUnt : William Hanselman, William Jewell, sncial chahniiit] : Ronnie Friewald. Roy Ladley. Edward Soliday. Andrew Durik, Louis Zillman. Robert Novak Not in panel: Albert Albrecht, Warren Artwick. Maurice Biggs, John Bond. Richard Buenger, Meredith CoX. William Dunn, Sebastian Durban, Steven Gittler. Edward Herter, Jack Kennedy. Donald Lathrop. Rnhcrt Lustgartcn, Sheldbn Mix. Donald Nash, Andre Remec. William Spartin, Paul Taylor 521 1 ' . ' p T. ' if: Charles Howell. Richard Woodard, George Hahn, James Brim, Ronnie Cross, Max Bradshaw. Thomas Reay, Allen Johnson Second tow: Richard Shellman, Ross Wilsey, Allen Mills, Bruce Sublette. James Chambers. Ai.I.A. representative ; Val McClusky, Edmund Lozano, Lawrence Connolly, James Roberts Bottom mw : Donald Alton. Ronald Wolfe, Carl Haines, secretary-treaiuter : John Stauffer. president ; Blaine Swartswalter, tntramutal chairman ; X ' iIliam Chambers. Carl Pfeiffer, vice president; George Kurto Not in panel: Robert Whalen. Richard Beckenbaugh Hill Hall 409 East Daniel llli-Dell 706 South Goodwin Top row: Robert Heberer, Floyd Lankenau. Bernard McKean, commissar ; Harry Wright Third row: Jack Rolens, social chairman: Raymond Bouas, Louis Engel brecht, president; Donald Griffith. Emanuel Melichar Second row: David Cole, Eldon Greenwood. Jewel Jenne, David Gray, Eugene Merkle, secretary Bottom row: James Gill, treasurer; John Burkhart, Donald Shreffler, Paul Quinn. Robert Schumacher 522 } :- f ' 7 " w ) roii, " Burton Zciger, .locml chiiirman; Jolin Burnty. Carl Huffman. Donald Clampet. Richard St.inley. Charles Larrance. Charles Barwood, Aithiu Bernstein Second Totir: John Gregory. Jerome Franklin. Glenn Hintermeister, William Clark. Ramon Bertnlino, Gus Giannakoronis. Phillip Greenberg, Dale Kuethe, vice president; James Kusewitt Bottom tow: Loy Miller. MIA representative : Russell Koster, picudenl: Mynm Brod. Mtrrill Kustcr. Claude Jackson. Murray Imber Not in panel: David Hintermeister. Dale Sutter, treasurer Lin-Nois Club ' JU: Wtst Illinois Lookout Manor ' )U West Green Top row: Ross Poggenpohl, Ronald Hartmen. secyetaiy-tteasuiff ; Layo Flick. Dale Keen. John Schmidt, Dale Markwalder, Norman Schmitt. social chairman; Elmer Bails Bottom row: Edgar Schleef, William Luthi, Charles Nielsen, president; Charles Monke. me president: Dean Hopkins. Ralph Froehling 523 T " p roll : W illiam Walter, Neal Breskin, James Sullivan, Thomas Cosgnive. Joel Stonefield, Edwin Foley. Richard Heurich, Stephen Lahner. ireasurei : Raipli Lazar. George Hockman. Jean Fortier, Stanley Craine, John Horton, Sheldon Auerbach. Jerome Weinberg, Ralph firansk, Ronald Bernstein. Jackson Everds. Earie Malkin Third Tou- : Manuel MacDonald. Herbert Scott. Allen Horowitz. Ronald Mama. Ira Weinblatt. Robert Florzak, Saul Libman. Alan Segal. Joel Cord. Charles Moore, Robert Peariman. Jordan Rhodes. Kal Rosenbaum, Bert Winkler. David Mann, Sherwin Rosset Second row: Jerome Shalon. Lee Kahn, Burt Cohen, Robert Herst, Walter Wallman, George Zezoff. Arthur Gensior, John Peterson, i ce pies dent; Earl Anderson, ptesidctit ; Melvin Nidetz, Paul Albaum, Curtis Bendell. Richard Schaller Bottom rou : Richard Sand low. secrdiiry : Sherwyn ' arren. John Beckel, Russell Dahl. Louis Lowenstein, Joel Dain, Donald Fatheree, George Riedle. King Sinclair, Morton Braverman, Irwin Cohen, Fred Abrahams Not in panel: Raymond Kopetz, Glenn Oliver, George Cook, Leiand Smith. William Smith, Rudy Langer, Norman Loevy, Tom Beidelman, Dave Moore, Andy Rush, Gerald Petacque, Paul Douglas. " Oathur Carpenter. James Connell, Don Smith. Harold Jaffee. Robert O ' Brien, Edwin Smith. Warren Ekenberg, Jerry Kaswan, Mervyn Hergott. Ralph Zuccarello. Bryon Staffeld. DaMd Dennen. William Banning. Sherwood Parker. Rcbert Sklare. Orvilie Stone. Gene Fawcett. Walter Fisher, William Lynch. William Fisch. Sheldon Wasserman. F.ueene Weinstein Lundgren House 1215 South Fourth Lux Mundi 1 306 West Stoughton Top roil-: Joe Banche. Lawrence Zmuda, Louis Nemeth. Robeit French. Robert Smith, Charles Bazzell Second row: Eldon Chapman. Fidel Ramos. Ronald Keehner, president: Thomas McCuUough, Stephen Eakman. Richard Trainoi. Lawrence Filek Bottom row: Peter Mayer. Robert Hayes. Joseph Szekely, Donnie Guile, Dean Martin, vice president; Fred Ruopp, secretaty-treasuter Not in panel: Dan Kumarick, Lorimer Crews, Donald Brockrogge 524 Top row: Lawrence Rankin. J.ick Tull. Andrew MtPherson, Jolin Mille: HaroM Gabby. Harold Storm StiotiJ ton-: James Lubin. Lowell Getz, William Beuttler, William Boo, Robert Sundeiliii. Robert Zielinski. Donald Thompson Bottom ruu- : Harold Johnson, Paul Shuldiner, Fred Volkman, Ronald Simon, Don McGraw, secretary; George Andreassen Cameron, bresiJent : Walter Gobell, ireaiuier: Paul Neal, David Erwin, Dean Merchant, Ronald Benedict Not in p.mel : William Anderson, William Anderson. James Baumberger. Joseph Blick. Alan Chase. Donovan Favre, Jack Frost. Clayton Merrill Martin Ruch, Robert Stillions. socittl chairman; Wesley Syren, Fredrick Winter Richard Koch. John Trares. Ralph Jones, Raymond Endress, Rae Heiple, Perrin, Charles Boughton. Bruce Birdsall, Walter Tudor. Donald pieuJenl ; Roy The Mansion 410 East Green Medea Lodge 412 East Green Top ou : Raymond Hertz, Julius Marquardt, Ivcr TJelson. Edward Scott, Franklin Mrazek, Robert Graham, John Brunk, Edward Coffey, John Israel, Alfred Levin. Herbert Stenens. Charles Sullivan. Paul Sholtz, Donald Butler Third row: Sergei Butkotf. Jolin McKune, Leiand Proctor, Eugene Dryer, Richard Uhrik, Donald Smith, Carl Sandberg. Richard Schimmelpfeng, Earl Sandberg, Meynard Levm. William Warshaw Second ii w: Richard Forrest. William Arends, Morton Rochman, treasurer; Leiand Schmaling, social chanman; Charles Mitchell, prtsident ; James Potter, rice piesident ; Harry Reardon, Alfred Bowald, secretary; Donald Fredrickson Bottom roll-: George Buenger, William Morris, Allen Peaslee, Neil Johnsm, Alan Kent. Donald Bronson, Richard Rehner, Chester Polley j ' ( ; panel : Lawrence Balachowski. Donald Gustafson. Charles Stockdale. John Grable 525 Tfp row: Phillip Sutli. John Laslo. Earl Rosenfeldt. Morton Pulluck. Ernest Zimriiig, Lcimard Kudlata. Richard Snyder, Robert Simon. Rnger Beckett, lice president ; John Bleck Second tow: Martin Goldstein, social chairman ; Irwin Schneider. Armand Zaleon, John Hojem, Richard Sloan, Sheldon Gross. Philip Lyons, Jerome Kristal. John Wells. Wallace White Boltoni row: Herman Strauss, social chairman; Ronald Lange. secretary; Marvin Cnnrad, Daniel Miller, Donald Manthei, prendent ; Robert Dresh- held, John Jones, Howard Carson. Richard Stone, Richard Sweet Not m panel: Robert Anderson, Jack Cohen, Edward Frank, John Logan, William Mebes, Warren Wegener, Mark Zeal North Dormitory, M.R.H. 1215 South Fourth South Dormitory, M.R.H. i:n South Fourth Top row: Henry Emoto, George Stephenson, president; Knok Ng. Raymond Raufeisen. Allen Gain Bottom tow: George Van Emden. Robert Simonds, Clarence Holland, treasurer ; Edward Carlson, Slanker. Marvin Oxman social chairman; Lee Kochenderfer. Raymond tM ViT ' ' s. Vi v m v P ' ; ■ .l Sr— : I . ri 526 Top roiv: Richard Andcrsnn. Frank Luzzi, D.w iJ Otliur. Raymond Wester dahl. James Smith. Myron Anderson Stcond row: Linn Lund. Gordon Palmer, Roger Swanlund, Raymond Eckman. Fredrick Giles, Martin Nelson, Gordon Johnson, Howard Sandlund. John Ockert Bottom row: Robert Lutz. Charles Inskeep, house manager; Roger Swank, Eugene Peterson, secretary; William Johnson, president; Harry Skahn. Kenneth Johnson, treasurer ; George Wegener. Clarence Harrigili Not in panel: Carl Sahlin, vice president; Henry Busch, Glen Boquist. Dale Slifer, Donald Miles Minawa Lodge J 12 East Chalmers Moore Hall 1112 West California Top row: John Halbeck. Marvin Henke, James Allison, Roy Lockart. Raymond DeWerff, Edward Chappelear, James Heyl. Allen Torbeck. Lawrence Fisherkeller, Herbert Gregor, Victor Martello, Duane Haney Second row: William McCleish, Loren Shaw ' , Clarence Crozier, John Allison. Carl Swanson. Donald Huffman, social chairman: Arthur Martello, Lewis Melcher. Allan Gregor, George Bookwalter, Richard Walker Bottom row: Glenn Fensterman. secretary; Lloyd Englebrecht, Vernon Kamm, president; Walter Finke, Donald Boyer, treasurer; Arthur Ahrendt, tice president; Andrew Stecyk Not in panel: Donald Korte. Gene Schertz, David Stutsman, social chairman; Albert Wiegand. Fred Meyer. Karl Lasseter, John Wills. Thomas Flattery. Edwin Kuhn. Herbert Trenning 527 Top row: Clttus Schertz. Clarence Schlueter. Walter W ' ittorff, Edward Duvick, Donald Lappin. Elmer Gerlach. histoiun Second row: RoUand Pettitt, Ryland Webb. George Wright, Samuel Buck, Charles Lewis, Donald Masters, Ronald Peters Bottom row: Roger Simms, pledge master; Lyle Schertz, rice president; Walter Fehenbacher, president; Paul Ferree. secretary: Norman Hughes, ireusitrer Not in panel : Fredrick Buxton. Arthur l.appin adv. John Duewer, Nabor House SI I West Oregon Newman Hall 604 East Armory Top row: Robert Kopecky, Francis Conrad, Norman Hughbanks, Ronald Hoefle, Stephen Kostecke, Sheldon Cohn, Samuel Cohn. Joseph Bomba, presi- dent : Edmund Conness, Joseph Maginot. John Rak. Fred Deindoerfer. Gilbert Miller. Bruno Borkowski. Edwin Troscinski, Duane Mitchell, Richard Raggi Second row: Roy Muchna, Robert Schmit, Robert Christiansen. Joseph Jeno. Edward Cerny. Raymond Schmit. Norbert Schnier, Daniel Carey, Arnold Moodie, Robert Kanney, Leonard Wykowski, Daniel Surowiec. Frank Rally. Harold Hurrelbrink, Robert Majewski, Albin Anderson, Edward Meyer Bottom row: Joseph Lago. Richard Brouillette, George Michalski. James Davlin. Donald Piotrowski. John DeVore. William Ullrich. Leonard Nero, Donald Braught, Richard Szostek, George Lemen. Joseph Zver, Frank Andrejasich. Eugene Spannenberg. Richard Bradshaw, Ralph Borgatell. Fred Gaggioli M X 528 Top TOW : Norman Sliapim. 1 dujrJ Kidcr.i, Kohiil , ui)tiii.K Ikt. l.) ' ri.ihl ( h,lll] . l.c-slic ( Inn, W ilh.nn bcrnardi. W ' arrcfi Klini f,-, H.iu ,iul Wt-m- Stein, Jordan Katz. James Gaughan. Harold Strauss. William Miller, Robert Necheles Third row: Richard Gainer. Hdwjn Jaenke, Thomas Killoren, Otto Buer, Roger Martini. Casimir Dziedzioch, Edward Szekely, Alfred Levine, John Tripi, Samuel Kessler. Robert Boys. Gunther Kahn, stireiary : Herman Stein, Richard Jarrett, Norbert Barr, Leonard Borok Second r " w : Gerald Crohn. Stanley Golder, James Brotns, Morton Wax, David Mershon. Ernest Kurtz, Albert Frank, president: Martin Levit. Wayne Thompson. David Friedman Bottom tow: James Pankratz. Jerome Fireman. Richard Mason. Arthur Ernest, Rudolph Baumie, Seymour Levin, Edgar Bernstein socia! chithman; Charles Fisher. Harold Wolfe Not in panfl : John Anderson. Stanley Arden. David Beeder. Samuel Fetters. Kenneth Glassman, Harold Glickman, Kenneth Goldberg. James Goldcr. Herbert Goldman, Harry Goldner. Robert Hagenow, Aram Hartunian, Henry Hochberger, Robert Holland. Herbert Johnson. Harrison Kavensky. Robert Kramp, Earle Malkin, treitsurer; Sheldon Marder. Donald Minow. Martin Moy, Robert Rapaich. Seymour Regal, rice president : Robert Schaer. Frank Sears. Ralph Shroyer. Earl Sloan, Otto Stark, Marshall Sutker, Alfred Swendsnn, Harvey Teitelbaum, Leroy Votava Noble House Ill ' s South Fourlh Ruste Armes 404 East John Merle Crossland, Franklin Ridge ay. Jack Littlemeyer, Ronald Newlin. Amos Bratrude. Top row: Rufus Oldham. Victor Rcnaud, John Scott. Fred Myers, David Kallal Stevens, Jerry Wright, Samuel Peak. Edward Linn Second row: Morgan Jones. Richaid Fullerton. David Schafer, secretary: Edwin Graybael. Richard Reynolds. Robert Donald Cook, Richard Blessman. iocul ch urman: Evertt Patterson, William Nickel. Neil Butterfield Bottom row: James Bal l. William White, Earl Smith, John Rizzoh, Joseph Bannon. pies dtnl: Richard Hoffman, tie.tsitrer; Ronald Mensen Auble. Charles Amrine ,V ; in p.irtt ' l: Ri hert Elyea. rice president: Lyons Meyers 529 Top row: Keith Warriner, Frank Loeffler, Frederick Fechtner, Maurice Kerwin. Charles Hamnmnd, Carl Thannert, Peter Piechocki, Neil Elsheimer, Don Finley, Richard Grigsby, Gail Bortun. Bruce Wegener, Irvm Marek Second Tf w : Thomas Gunhouse, George Harro, Eugene Tisserand. Donald Kries. Dale Schafer, Lee Ganschow, Jerry Burch, secretary ; Richard Boubelik, socuil ch iman: Jon Peters.m, Reginald Man. Robeit Griffith, Jack Glassnn Bottom tow: James Brown. Fred Wegener. Glenn Abel, Ernest Shanks, David Tschudy, Marvin W ' ehler, Kenneth Paulson. Jerold Guon, treasurer; Jack Williams, preudent ; Perry Ward. M.l.A. representatite ; Robert Keefer Not hi panel: Arvid Bowman, Elwjn Branz, Ralph McQueen, Ira Seigel, Raymond Woodrow Sh awnee Club 1004 West Xevadj Son ' s Home 1116 West California Top rou : George Hudelsim, Max Moeller, Roger Brown, Richard Kemp, Richard Boyd. Howland Hanson, Donald Thompson Second row: Sherman Winings, Charles Rhykerd, intramural chairman: James Felt, social chairman; Harold Ralston, secretary-treasurer; Martenson. president; Donald Jessen. Darrell Jessen, tice president: David Ralston Bottom row: William Hartwell. Charles Rude, Richard Kindberg. Merritt Sprague, Douglas Moews, Carl Curtis, Elmer Ewing Not in panel: George Davis, Albert Bianchini, John Leonard, Harold Bean. Kenneth McElrath, William Lewis John 530 7 w ' tow: Jnlin tastman, Dt-.ui K..uiifui, Ja..k Mm-ic, Walter Graliain, Roy Burgoyne. Gilbert Callalian, William Whiteside Second row: Harry Rimbey. Charles Hamilton, John Scott. Hugh Rose, Merrill Fhompson. William Prescott, Joseph Holly, Henri Cowger Bottom tow: Richard Whalcy. William Henderson, James Sheets, social chairman; Joseph Henderson, secretaty-treasurer ; Virgil Butler, pre ndttii ; Charles Galbraith, vice president; Lee Callahan, AHA representative ; Donald Cash Tara Hall 120: West Oregon Ten-O-One Club 1001 West Illinois Top row: Arthur Spauldjng, Edward Hendricks, Donald Heil, Glenn Johnson. Lowel Sims. Carl Miller. David Gates Second row: Stuart DeVore. Gordon Long, George Hemmens, Richard Svehla, George Atteberry, Robert Svehla. Thomas Meidinger Bottom row : William Hancock, Donald Piersol, secrelary-lreasiner ; Kennetli Swanson, innamural chairman ; Donald Harding, president ; Richard Wentland. social chairman: John Pflaum Not in panel: Bradley Howe. Robert Swan 531 Top row: George Baxter. Pjul Kermicle. Hans Bossemeyer. Lloyd Gross Roy Rauschenberg Second Totf : Austin Lindley. John McNair, Paul Clinebell, John Harding. Jim Hamilton, John Cralley, Charles Tagg Bottom row: Lloyd Woodwortli. Harry Jamison, social chairman; Donald Pennington, secretary-lreasurer ; James McNair, president; Pak Woo, vice president: Russell Treest. intiamural chairman Not iv Panel: John Helper Wesmen 308 South Mathews Relaxing behind Four Columns f 1 Top row: Barbara Berry, Margaret Hudson, Delures Drennan, Barbara Inman, Joan Howard, Josephine App, Nancy Waxier, Barbara Schultz, Joyce Donner, Patricia Seymour, Janice Belyea, Janet Belyea. Nancy Beebe, Mary Porter Third row: Carol Kirby. Barbara Flanagan, Myrna Hale, Donna Lyons, Marion Jtihnson, Ann Everingham. Patricia 0 " Byrne, Margaret Wildman. Catherine Braun. Connne Bmckmeier, Mary Lou Campbell, Eleanor Foucek, Pearl Zastruw, Joanne Oliver, Virginia Sullivan, Susan Woods Second fow: Mary Lou Miller, Judith Haeck, Barbara Taylor, Joan Stockdale, recording secret iry ; Carolyn Green, second rice president; Nancy Hudson, first lice president : Mary Alice Hancock, president ; Joanne Gere, Jean Holtzman, Geraldine Dillon, treasurer Bottom row : Constance Wildman, Betty Cook, Anzolette Eipper, Marilyn Eipper, Barbara Stockdale, Shiela Shissler. Mary Scone. Janice Jordan Barbara Buckmaster, Kay Johnson Alpha Chi Omega 904 South Lincoln 77 Active Chapters A 7 row: Joanne Foster. Manta Tieder. Roberta Rosecrans, Carolyn Flescher, June Jove. Barbara Luwry, Winitred I.ambnght, Phyllis Clark, Kath- erine Nickol, Clarissa Schuyler, Beverly Brown 1 hird row: Patricia Severin, Grace Mathein. Janet Beedy, Nancy Blaker, Nancy Denes, Martha Orr, Barbara Fahle, Libbe Pickard, Marina Bad- gett, Emma Giacht-ttn, Barbara Holmes, Dorothy Kellams. Jeanne Schlacks Second row: Marilyn Allen. Marcia Pierzynski, Marion Boese. Jane Sigwalt. Patricia Connell, treasurer; Elaine Vog , secretary; Shirley Dreuth. President; Donna Honar, vice president; Carol Banks, itard : Marilyn Kwinn, Elinor McAloon B ' itom row: Germanij Muenzer, Ann Engelbrccht, Jean Crowley. Claire Faulstich, Louise Ericsson, Carol Cobb, Suzanne Harper, Doris Harten- stein. Edith Bo .ti n Alpha Delta Pi 1202 West Nevada 78 Active Chapters u jill |flHH| aMI W : ■ -- fe MI ' - ' gH B S9 A g Ji, ■tji gSlMEl- i K| Sr ' B % P||Hw mbBil ' ! ' - JhH Bflfipf n HB - - v RnB BKT- ' S HHB fr " ' ? ' HK « S I Sas} " siflB H HB ' SL ' - ' wc EJfe iiS g H iff i i a W W0 -M| ■ n 1 14 ' " Jit- ' Shirley Chukerman, sociul chitnm n; Sallie Pragg. Joyce Spitzer. Marlene Berlin, Ruth Raff. Nina Landy, Luuise Stampfer. Reta Bytrs. Ann Rosenberg. Judith Heiman, Marilyn Szold Third row: Marjorie Stamm. Alice Cohn, Sue Lurie, Cynthia Shavin. Joyce Bernstein. Jean Agranoff. Lorabelle Mayerson, Celeste Gettleman, Vilm.i Levine. Joan Lickerman. Jacqueline Herowitz Second tow: Gilda Gluskoter, Jean Greenebaum. Judith Grabiner, house nitinager : Marilyn Berger. rice president; Mrs. Ros e Halle, Dorecn North, prciident : Sue Faldberg. trc.isi.iet ; Betty Adler, secretary: Martha Felsenthal. Harriet Olschansky Bottom row: Barbara Calisch. Dorothy Auerbach. Toba Press. Marcia Goldben, Joyce Fink, Joan Kovitz. Renee Polk. Fern Bregstone, Glor Ziker. Ann Goodman. Helen Levin i ot in panel: Lila Jaffc, Jeri Pakula, Joan Solomon Alpha Epsilon Phi Yvonnev pchennur. Nancy Ore. ara Baraii.irt, Nancie McGill barb.ua Keajzcn. MtTiiam krnst. iNancy Amm, Beverly Allen, Jane Parlee, Beverly Bergsten, Patsy ' lop row: Root, Barbar; Third row: Margaret Rust, Sarah Thornton, Gail Stoker, Donna Thorsell, Gerie Moriarity, Joan Bodenmann. Leona Sarton, Wilma Hahn, Nancy Willi.nms, Joann Jones, Margaret Dolan. Mary Hoadley. Diane Davis S(C9nd rote: Dorothv Rich, Barbara Fink, iteasurcr; Virginia Johnson, tice president; Noreen Zaks, Ruth Olin. Miss Emily Reitzel, Nancy Brue, , president ; Barbir.i Grays, Jean Freyermutli, Marjorie Klacrsch. Dec nne Mann Bottom row: Carol Ihoisell. Sally McAllister. Virginra Bennett, Louise Van VIeet. Marion Southon, Mary Ann Meyer, June Grafno, Carolyn Clausen, i Janette Herrmn; ;. Jane Herrmann. Barbara Burgess, Harriett Loomis, Kathryn Kraybill No in panel: ' x m: - Putter, stcietttry ; Joanne Holt, Doris Henderson mma nOb South Lincoln Top row: Velma Giadney. Sylvia Rainey, Minnie Talley, Diane McEIroy, Monica Williams, Betty Latham, Hattie Boyd. Clara McPeace Second row: Barbara Shannon. Emma Hodge. Shirley Cartman. Emelda Littleton, Jean Pierce, Clarice Davis, Patricia Smith, Camille Delavallade Bottom row: Alverne Burke, corresponding secretary; Doris Thomas, rice president; Mrs. Bessie Cranshaw. Erlene Collins, president; Cynthia Supples, recording secretary ; Camille Mnore Not in panel: Virginia Bush. Audrey Dnwiing, treasurer; Pearlie Roberts, Wiilmeda Mathis, June Jackson. Thomasina Adams Alpha Kappa Alpha 1201 West Stoughton 226 Active Chapters M . cCosh. Shirley Aschenbach, Marcia Mulvaney, Mary Lou Hedgcock, Patricia Swaim, Mary Jane Fishel, Sandra Weber, Barbara Teaii cowen; Barbara Dickinson, Leila Plumb ThnJ row: Carolyn HeJhcr , Barbara Nicely, Dons Adamson, Marianne Halfpenny, Ann Cornell, Mary Hagi, Marilyn Luther, Brunell Keine, treasurer; Anne Anderson, Joan Pixley, Joan Weber, Suzanne Ralston, Joan L cker Sec nd row: Helen Carter, Carol Fries, Ann Lavender, Marjorie Hagi. Margaret McCaughey, rice president; Emily Fisher, president: Joan Mc- Donald, corresponding, jeiieLiry ; Aileen Hagan, recording secretary .- Catherine Arondelli, Judith Midcap Bottom row: Betty }• Vance, Dolores Dahlberg, Slargaret Akey, Karen Hjlmes. Janice Sullivan, Joan Canada, Helen Cochran Not in panel: Paulo Mueller Alpha Omicron Pi 706 South Mathews 50 Active Chapters Top tow: Jean Kaye. Yvonne Perkins. Patricia Newkirk, Betty Jean McDiugall, Sabra Mills. Jane Willis. Lorraine Fntze, Roberta McClure, Peggy Glawe, Virginia Stineback. Susan Evans. Marjorie Runk, Alice Keller. Barbara Woll, Ruth Woll. Norma Dietz Third row: Marianne Denton, Mary Jane Corrie. Patricia Hazelton. Elizabeth Palmer, Shirley Spencer, Mary Louise Rice, Suzanne Bolle, Diane Wiborg, Jacqueline Nelson, Lou Ann Bailey. Diane Milliken, Barbara King, PrisciIIa Ueberrhein, Virginia Polzin, Elizabeth Becker Second row: JoAnne Unsell. Marie Turner, Ruth Palmer, Willa Bowen, Lucy Logsdon. Patricia Forbes, treasurer; Leiia Ratzesberger, vice president; Joan Reeve, president; Paula Norris. house manager; Betty Glawe, reiotding secretary; Elizabeth Masterman, scholarship chairman; EstellcJ Anderson. Marilyn Kettlekamp. Suzanne Clark Bottom row: Greta Erickson, Roberta Story. Kathleen McNamara, Gerry Greenlief. Barbara Story, Elizabeth Meek. Mary Ann Dunn. Mary Lou Tullocit Joan Gohde, Jean Crawford. Janet Remrngton. Shirley Brown Not ifi panel: Joy Biska. Nancy Foogde, Bette Kennedy, Elaine Bland, Mary MacFarlcnc. Delight Chambers, Jacqueline Kirk Alpha Phi Top row: Miry Burr, Nirma Howard. Audne Wilkins. Marilyn Schaeter. Billie Mannhardt. Olga Kiewetz. Doris Rosenau, Joan Prindiville. Valerie Hayes, Nancy Trimari.. ' . Martha Allen ThifJ tow: Mrs. McGilli%ray, Mary Stahl. Marilyn Keilman, Helen Dowell, Carole Storkan, Janine Mercer. Camille Valerio, Barbara Anderson, Bar- bara Baldus, vice p ' - iJent ; Barbara Pidcock, Barbara Luce Second row: Mary Houran. correiponding secretary; Barbara Humphrey, Patricia Risley, Phylliss Lehn. Geraldinc Hurtig, Betty Lou Gary. Patricia Baker, president; Marilyn Augspurger. treaiurer; Mary Alice Freis, Marilyn Johns. Joan Van de Steeg, recording secretary; Joan Hallsted Bottom TOW : Ann Hcitzman. Mildred Barnhart, Doris Manus. Susan Stamp. Marguerite Blomberg. Catherine Harmon. Grace Wilhelmi, Helen Immonen Not in panel: Frances Harding Alpha Xi Delta 715 West Michigan 75 Active Chapters ' V»c?;,--icf : 4 ? I --ar J Tofy row: Ramona Moh.irdt, Katherine Foster, Beatrice Benda, Marilyn P.tik, Nancy Marling, Mary Mifflin, Eunice Jodar. Delores Beeson. Margaret Snyder. Mary Maynt, Sarah Ellint Third row: Carol Caldwell. Jean McKay. Barbara Kozel. Helen Bunta. Sally Nuckolls, Lois Binder, treasurer; Leta Jane Small. Mary Ann HoJdoway, Marjofie Spafford. Marilyn Kearns, Patrrcia Haselwood ScC ' itiJ row: Barbara McKnight. Nancy Turney, i (-. pusidetU : Jo Ann Eades, Marilyn Hershey, marshal; Mary Ann Morris, president; Mrs. A. S. Thompson. Janet Nesbitt. recording secietary; Jo Ann Ring, Louise England Bottom row; Lucy Ann Carty, Elizabeth Yeatter. Phyllis Shepard, Jo Ann Martin, June Day, Carol McMullan. Joan Voyda. Carmen Pollack Not in panel: Betty Ann Carson. Janet Howard, Marian Henn, Elizabeth Gayle Mendel, Phyllis Kenny, Greta Sandstrom. Donna Walters, Jovce Cary Delta Delta Delta 508 East Chalmers 95 Active Chapters i i Toff row: Elizabeth Shurtleff, Ann Powers. Lois Lindsey, Jane Parthemer. Janet Conger, Jane Stt. .ik. Sandra Anderson, (at l NaJcn. Sarah Pleas- ants. Suzanne Jones. Muriel Richburg, Mary Faulkner, Barbara RobirBon ThtrJ row: Joyanne Blount, Dorothy Stine, Elizabeth Rasmussen, Jo Dolley. Phyllis Winkleblack. Ann Simpson. Ruth Ann Baker. Barbara Wagoner, Elizabeth Lyman, corresponding secretary; Ardis Miller, social chairman: Joyce Armstrong, Willedotte Bnx, Celia Slavens Second row : Audrey Lange, Joanne Edwards, LydJa Irvine, Marilyn Snyder, Carolyn Huddleson. Gwendolyn Wright, secretary ; Jean Thcurer, president : Virginia Player, pledge mistress ; Jane Frost, treasurer ; Mary Catherine Wheetan, standards board chatrman ; Mary Ann Meistcr. Patricia Wanzcl. Cathryn Crampton Bottom row: Nathalia Brinker. Barbara Vlack, Sue Meyer, Susan Loving. Joan O ' Brien. Sue Kay Hummeland. Barbara Glcason, Betty Hasenfuss, Mary Wagner, Margaret Conlin, Suzanne Turner, Doris Lightfoot Noi m panel: Be verly Dady, Patricia Robinson Delta Gamma M Tup row: J« " Ncwmaa, Marilyn Ehrlich, Sandra Hecktmafi, June Mansbach. Nancy Rosenthal. Sherry Newman, Marlene Moschel, Beverly RaflF, Adele Goldblatt, houw manager; Marlcne Preston Thiful row: Maita Mittlcman, Joyce Rosenblatt, Gloria Mages, Rosita Nudleman, Jacky Banowitz, Iris Godfried, Nancy Salcol, Marti Culbert, Arlene Click, June Alper, Joyce La Zar Second tow: Renee Guodnick, Gloria Kahn. Shirley Margolin. Joanne Wolfberg, Barbara Handelman, president; Mrs. Dan Kann. Donna Karlin. vice president; Francine Kaye. secretary; Delores Feltman, Edith Rosenberg. HolHs Rizer, treasurer Botum row: Judith Karp. Saundra Segal, Phyllis R gul. Sandra Leavitt, Devera Levinthal, Ann Youngerman. Mnna Antman Not in panei: Carole Newman, Phyllis Schwartz Delta Phi Epsilon 310 East Gregory Drive 24 Active Chapters " iftTSV- " " v liLtty Mills, Mjry Louise Northcliffe. Dorothy Boltmann. Nancy 7 " . ;■ . .. M.:.. -Miller. Frances Daley. Marilyn Ha knun. .■i.ut.iry; Joyce Stuiie. } " l ; ti.iiK, Ji -iuctti. ; JjL uehnc M y. Margaret Collins, Nadine DuerwaLlitcr Third tow: Kathleen Campbell, Barbara Bryngelson, Delphine Polkowski. Karin Clafford, Jean Davis. Leokadya Kozlowski Butcher, Barbara Richards, Barbara Corbett, Charlotte Harris, Marion Parker Second row: Lois Keebler. Elinnr Black. Olga Hines. treasurer; Dolores Heron, Virginia Lightbody, president; Mrs. Mann. Barbara Lichtenberger, vice president; Helen Aine. Naomi Swanson. Frances Norling, Cora Reynolds Bottom row: Catherine Chentes, Geraldine Meyers, Donna Duerwachter, Janet Barker, Janet Novak, Louise Zingrone, Nancy Bach, Beverly Bryngelson Janet Zink Not in panel: Ferol Martin, Barbara Starkey, Barbara ' harmby Delta Zeta Top row: Sara Davison. Nancy Alexander. Jane Rendleman. Marilyn Hartley, Carolee Little, Mary Crawford, Joan Bruder, Frances Dunn, Mary Lee Mcfford, Marilyn I. owe, Jeannien Gustavisun, Joan Herschbach, Marilyn Chambers. Joyce Heath, Marilyn Schnirring fourth row: Patricia Mulielman. Phyllis Prust. Leta Ornellos. Jane Lawler. Marcella Jacobs, Sydney Hill, Barbara Marimon, Marilyn Schueller, Barbara Kuschmann, Barbara Hull. Mary Bane, Nancy Neckers, Kay Bean, Marilyn Goodell, Carol Nicholson, Mary Jane Fouts Third row: Nancy Burnett, Kathryn Clark. Annabel Etherton. Patricia Price, secretary: Dorothy McKinley, treasurer; Gloria Kramer, president; Betty Wright, vice prfidertt; Naomi Strceter. pledge admor; Jacqueline Inglesh. Patricia Barackman. Edna Milbrandt, Shirley Mijbrandt Second row: Cynthu Carlson. Jeannme Burnier, Dorothy Martin, Norma Couser, Mary Bills. Jane Coultas. Janice Manns, Marlowe Kuschmann, Carol Spoerl. Patricia Davidson Bottom row: Jean Migcly. Georgia Hall. Mary Frank. Barbara Victor, Barbara Hempstead, Joan Jones, Judith Lindstrom N ' lt in panel: Laura MoUett, Donna Klingbiel. Dorothy Jubelt Gamma Phi Beta 1110 West Nevada 63 Active Chapters Top rou ' .- Betty BerryhJU. Carol Maher. Mary Plant. Nancy Rynearson, Ann Babb, Mary Russell Wanda Bash, Valerie Ramey, Ann Maher. Virginia Mersbach, Diane Rutter, Marlene Ungeher Third row: Nancy Haas, Martha Penwell. Claris Ritter, Virginia Kraabel. treasurer ; Irma Schickedanz Leahy, Mary Jean Mitchem. Helen Little. . - - -- . Nancy Wilson. Lois Cederberg, Marilyn North, Jane Mautz. Julie Moore. Elizabeth Ivens. Barbara Johnson, corresponding secretary : Eleanor Sifferd " ' " Helen Shellaba ger, Patricia Prison, recording secretary ; Jane Sullivan. Marilyn Toombs, Beverly Wullenweber. Second row: Barbara Kampmeyer. Sue Rovelstad, Ann Capen, president; Joyce Drew, Patterson Bottom row: Carol Conard. Elaine Linford. Cynthia Shorb. Patricia Kuebler. Ruth Mautz Huth. Mary Lee Fletcher. Mary Alice Huyler. Carole Clark, Mary Lcihy Not m panel: Laura Donagher, Florence Kraabel, Sandra Smith ce president: Alice Haungs, Carol Thomas, Nancy Roberts, Angelene Mitchem, Martha Constance Cook, Jean Weiss, Louise Drechsler, Barbara Kappa Alpha Theta J ' - Aan Carr, Marjoric Ardis, Nedi, Aiu Mj rice presi- T p ow: Laurel IMBI ' Patricia Wirth, Jacqueline Keesey, Ruby Marsh, Rita Sheeli, Steidinger, Carol F ' -mp. Marguerite Tubin Third row: Ann Fraci ' ' fi. Frances McGovern. treaiurer; Beverly Raisler, Patricia McNeil, Marion Owen, Juanne Hindmarsh, Laura Lamb, dent: Lois MuelUr, Katina Bartsokas. Barbara Barnhart. Martha Ramsey, Anne Connelly Stiond row: Frances Sterhng, Joyce Renfro. Betty Roe, Mariorie Blevins. Sally Pierce. Barbara Lisenby, secretary; Patricia Riley, president; Mrs. Mabel Curry. Betty Miller, Norma Mead. Betty Lou Lusk, Joan Shutts. Betty Anne Hnllingsworth. Ruth Kleinsmith Btiom row: Celia Concialdi. Janet Green. Barbara Sperry, Joann Weaver. Nancy Koe. Nancy McCarty, Harriet Beaudoin. Joan Holin, June Weiland, Barbara Barnes, Marian " Stewart. Zoe Anderson Sot in panel: K.mnette Klinkey, Barbara Tozier, Rosemary VC ' atkins f Kappa Delta 1204 South Lincoln 78 Active Chapters Top rotf : Muriel Boehl, Betty Murrows, Norma Dale, Donna Jean Simenson. Margaret Turnbow, Diane Campbell, Sue Scallon, Nancy Harvey, Marilyn Kater, Mary Twomey. Jean McLee, Barbara Bennett, Joanne Gardiner. Janet Wiseley. Carol Brown, Ann Mace, Joan Williams Third row: Ann Whitaker, Cecile Raht, Diane Keith, Barbara Burnett, Juan Christie. Nancy Beck, Betty Smith, Mabery Geivin, Barbara Bogaard, Carol Simensnn, Joan Otis. Cynthia Ralston, Frances Falcun, Josephine Randolph. Suzanne Kurrus Second rotv : Harriett Parsons. Joan Westgor, Phyllis Roberts. Joyce Brunnemeyer. pledge chairman: Georgia Bushnell. house chairman; Joanne Koritz. president; Mrs. Ethel Schmidt, Mary Wham, vice president; Jean Valentine, treasurer; Mary Nichols, Mary Marsh, Patricia Peterson, Nancy Fricke Bottom row: Jeanne Berger, Mary Dinsmore. Jane McCann, Shelley Chase. Joan Dodds. Jane Whitmore. Barbara Cross, Jean Albro. Dolores McCoy, J Ann Thayer, Barbara Pierson, Barbara Guy. Anne McElroy Not in panel: Olive Goldman, Jean McQuaid. Margaret Glenn Kappa Kappa Gamma 1 102 South Lincoln 82 Active Chapters Top ij Patricia Lamatia. Geraldme Sullivan. Joanne Hern;ann. Rita W ' egner, Joanne Cnnnell, Valeric Vantc. Shirley liruwji. BHrWI TrTOur Hanr. n Hall Thn.i row; Dolores Seli«abe, Lois Rollins. Mildred Bobbins. Magel Krummel. Nola Murchison, Nancy Andrews, Eleanor Maincy. Bonnie Masslitk Roberta Ryan Sti nd row: Marilyn Bnggs. Phyllis Derrer. treasurer: Barbara Somers, HIaine Desurt, pledge director; Barbara Kircher. pjesidctit; Narciza Conrad. Darlene Gersey. Tice presidtnt ; Betty Davison, Caroline Cramer Boititn row: Joanne Morris, Marjorie Saner, Mary Martin, Norma Murvin, Marion Gnat. Jeanne Somraers, Sarah Council Phi Mu 1010 South Third 73 Active Chapters Top roiv: Dulores Chenkm, Ruth Blum, Alma Cohan, Barbara Karzen, Be ' erly Malielson, Barbara Levin Third row: Roslyn Boxerman, Deborah Jacobson, Helene Allegan, Joan Kohlenbrener, Marilyn Sigoloff. Audrey Post, Marianne Greenfield, Elaine Gertz, Gloria Medow Second row : Devera Fisher, Bernice Devak, Beryl Wolf, treasurer ; Janice Solomon, secretary ; Arlene Gorschen, president ; Roberts Reeve, v ' lcei president; Betty-Ann Levm. Kathleen Gindick. Lois Kram Bottom row : Rivia Ferst, Joanne Edwards, Suzanne Weil, Lois Katz, Myra Hamer, Jessica Adler, Enid Mendelson, Janis Levitt, Doris Simonsoi]j Not in pitnel : Elaine Brams Phi Sigma Sigma Top row: Martha Corbetc, Kj(.lja(.I (J Byrne. Cynthia Swanson, Nancy Shuster, Suzanne Wideman, ALuy Rik , Virginia McDonald, Henrietta Toni ' lin, Marianne Green. Juann Frisk, Lois Traeger. Myrian Baker. Rae Keller, Shirley Gould, Phyllis Black, Dolores Koehnemann, Shirley Locke ThiyJ row: Elizabeth W illiamson. Phyllis Hansen, Barbara Schmitt, Carolyn Zipprodt, Marilyn Johnson, Martha Moots, Sally White, Sarah Holder, Carolyn Clark. Patti Gilliam. Jeanne Bresee, treasurer; Marilyn Hindsley, Genevieve Newlin, Mary Ruth Tate StC ' nd row: Betsy Kardi, Ruth bearing, Joanne Fisherkeller, Joanne Lomax, Mary Hurst, Betsy Downs, Barbara Witty, president; Joyce Bresee, secretary; Shelia McMurray, Phyllis Welsh, Sara Funk, social chairman; June Rucker, lice president, Doris Himes, Mary Von Fossen. Shirlie Mcllvain Boitom row: Elizaluth Scott, Anne Beanblossom. Barbara Koelling, Barbara Buford, Janet Weiser. Karen Smith, Barbara Webber, Mary KoehnC ' mann. Paula L.nigteld, Sally Sanfurd, Mary Alice Miller. Carol Seibert Ni-r in panel: M.ir,i;try Tompkins, Jane Roos, Loretta Kalin, Nancy Webb, Nancy Skelton. Jane Hayes, Ann Lichtenwalter, Mary Lou Heatherly, Sharon Mayball Pi Beta Phi 1005 South Wright 97 Active Chapters Top ton : Helga Czerner. Ethel Mae Karon, Barbara Lee Cohen, Lois Lewis. Laverne Jaffe. Sandra Cohon, Margery Cutler, Judith Rosenthal. Roberta Rose, Diane Evans, Barbara Levine, Janet Winner Third TOU-: Jean Weiss, Sylvia Multin, Barbara Schaffer, Eunice Horwich, Barbara Schultz, Roslya Stern, Gail Wisch, Hermine Gold, Marlene Lask, Suzanne Cohen, Marilyn Meiselman, Gloria Pulozker Second row: Dons Loewenberg, Jean Margoles. Phyllis Evans, secretary.- Carmen Lichtenberg, tteasarer; Elaine Rosenberg, president; Mrs. Mil- dred Horwitz, Carolyn Cohen, t jce president; Shirley Ann Cristil. schuiatship chairman: Carol Polk. Marilyn Baker Bottom row: Geraldine Loomstein, Lois Sandrotf, Joan Shapiro, Barbara Cohen, Miria: Enget, Donna Miller Not in panel: Naomi Rosen, Audrey Spoden am Robbins, Beverly Kuhn, Susan Glasser, Susan Sideman, Joan Sigma Delta Tau Top row: Barbara Stins n. Jacquelen Devanny. Arden Burns. Patricia Campbell, Cathryn Tasker, Virginia Ritson, Janet Stearn, Janice Hackbarth, Helenclia Beebe, EImc Maylath. Lois Smith, Dons Netzer. Jny Holm Third row: Patricia Cr-iwley, Beverly Fordyce, Marilyn Holmes, Evelyn Torley, Lois Plotter, Dorothy Schrader, Elizabeth Weston, Margaret Lohr, Joyce Sternaman, Carol Moore, Marjorie Greene Secjfid row: Shirley Langham, Jo Anne Armstnmg. Marilyn Owens, treasurer; Marjorie Mahrt, firjt vice president; MarcJa Metcalf, president; Gwen Jean Satterlee, recordittg secretary; Kathenne W ' oktitt, Jessrca Pavjik, corresponding secretary; Mary Lou Schaeflein, second vice president; Barbara Newton Bottom row: Marilyn W ' elsch, Marilyn Crawtord. Helen Weber, Romeyn Scluock, Margaret Stone, Ramona Sedlacek. Marilyn MundorfF. Elinor Brown, Patricia Strutli Sigma Kappa i Top row: Elizabeth Juneman, Joan Graham, Barbara Tourek, Bcrnice Williams, Anne Jane Solon, president; Patricia Zimmy, vice president; Elaine Cherpeck, rushing chairman; Suzanne Smith, treasurer; Geraldine Counihan. Nancy Buchanan Bottom tow: Imogen Swaney, Katrina Berleman, Jane Wieland, Mary Dwyer, Beverly Norris, secretary; Mary Jemmi, Gail Michael, Elinor Theilken, Joan Posateri Theta Phi Alpha aa B A fe9 1 ■ r " HE « I ' m B ■£T — 1 ! n " l H ■ 1 VI m ■i T H H 1 im |tt Im IL.-c hhMH Bb j j mJK| Im M Ii JbI HHHIHil WKm T-jp row: Rosemary Cerny. Phyllis Blue, Mary Wulfner, Vivian Herr. Shirley Cottrell, Joan Harmon, Nancy Heater, Marion Schoene Third row: Joan Mueller, Nancy Yuris, Nona Bruns, Lucille Bremner. Barbara Hood, Marion Malevitis, Ellen Gernon, Carol Crouch, Audrae Huey Secjnd row: Gloria Burn ' ;. Marilyn Newtson, treasurer: Ajean Tornello, Juanita Schuize, vice president; Helen Ross, president; Elaine Davis, sefre- tary; Priscilla Pearson, Delphine Bartosiewicz. Phyllis Brown Bottom row: Natalia Kochan, Lois Enright, Betty Young, Carolyn Swinney, Luis Ganschow, Yvonne Erase. Mary McKinnie, Marianne Benson Not in panel: Shi Icy Alverson. Constance Dirkes Theta Upsilon 303 East John 22 Active Chapters iien Voss, Reva Fort, Marjorie Miller, Joan Mus. t;k _ Byrns. Marilyn Francis, Barbara Hill Top row: Charmaint W .ilktc, Jt. .1 Barbara Stewart Third rotv: Jacqueline Merlo, Marjorie Mathews, Caroline Rees, Jean Lungstrum, Gloria Gable, Lerria Kelley, Dolores Floody. Marjorie Knop. Donna Corydon, Rita Evans, Jean Bombaugh Second row: Mary Hainsworth, Charlotte Vogt, Therese Grant, treasurer; Mary Francis Carter, Dorothy Carter, president; Phyllis Lucas, vice presi- dent; Phyllis MacDougall, secretary; Mary Buescher, historian: Marjorie Ives. Marion Ser atzy Bottom row: Diana Nainis, Jacqueline Gart. Barbara Watts, Edna Russell, Margaret Curtiss, Carlanne Ruck, Barbara Dewsberry, Eleanor Frase. Jfoanne Barnes, Dorothy Cooper Not in panel: Patricia Hartley, Janette Huck Zeta Tau Alpha r«p row: Vivian Adams. Charlotte Starr. Justine Ebert, secrtt.try: Beverely Taylor, rice ptcsiJtnt: Mjry Smilanik. Barbara Hodgin, Mary Alien, Barbara Parks, Joan Altera, Barbara Chrysler, Nancy Wright, Dorothy Drewes, Carol Turtle, Carleen Ettinger, Evelyn Wahls, Anne Sonopol, socKtl chairman ; Marguerite Morris. Eleanore Goldsmith, Janet Fults, Zoralyn Stahl Third row: Lois Collins. Ruby Schneider, president: Ruthe Greene, Meryl Zuckernian, Rose Picciuca, Ethel Alayu. social chairman; Jane Wieland, Marcia O ' Neal, Jane Reed. Shirley Hoff, Helen Mouloukos, Marian Jelovsek. Harriet Zimmerman, Joan Figlewski, Dorothy Acuff. Alice Machotka, Priscilla Tom. Betty Webster, Geraldine Moldovan. Patricia Cavan, freshman advisor; Barbara Buxton Second rote: Jnan Sudduth. Loretta Ehlers, Charlotte Herlinger, Helen Ruiz. Margaret Birtwell. Marilyn Werner, Margaret Frank, Jeanine Larmoth, Juva Cunningham, Virginia Stigleitner, Blythe Burroughs, Shirley Ziel. Lois Williston, Barbara Marquardt, Nancy Coffler. Maurine Mmtzer. Joan Mathes, Marilyn Cowell Bottom rou : Anita Stahl. Anita Crozier, Marnell Sheppard, treasurer; Phyllis Anderson. Dorothy Vucha. Marian Erickson. Rosemary Thomas, Jean Grabitz. Dorothy Textor. Janis Wilson, Ruth Stroud. Joyce Swanson. Nancy Schwartz. Ruth Graening, Marilyn Farnsworth, Lucille Ginsburg, Doris Templin " ' Busey Hall 1 1 1 1 West Nevada Top row: Margery Armstrong, Mildred Evans, Patricia Strole. Carmen Cuvcy, Carol Shojf, Helene Loeb. Frieda Beatty, Nevilyn Nelson, Patricia Robin- son, Constance Cairo, Martha Donnelly, Gloria Conway, Dorothy Jones, Jacqueline Mash, Beverly Black Third rotv : Virginia Deeds, Patricia Clara, Patsy Hudson. Elizabeth Rosen. Dorothy Argens, Mariorie Leach, Claire Dittmer, Marion Caldwell, Margaret Werling, Nancy Thrawl, Nancy Barrow. Sheila Dalby, Joyce Henneman, Virginia Boyles, Patricia Larsen, Dons Cookman, Jacqueline Stohr Second row: Barbara Foster, Carol Dornfeld, Jeanne Crawford Audrey Dannhauer. Jean Cole, Constance Connolly, Judith Sebastian, Jean Hanson, Eleanor Allen, Beverly Coon, Helen Allaway. Joan Pantke, Virginia Howell, Lillian Adams Bottom row: Sara Peet. Zene Kagan, Rose Psota, Jeri Pakula, Arlyne Rothberg, Paula Tager, Maxine Epstein. Lois Johnson, Velma Riley, Eileen Oberlander Not m panel: Janice Babb, Shirley Bartleson, Carol Berge, Renee Block, June Bluestein, Helen Bonk, Shirley Brown, Carol Butler, Mary Compere, Patsy Coulson. Mary Ann Erkman. Dtirothy Faulds, Lorraine Foster, Virginia Gardner, Nina Garlick. Iarion Gray. Mildred Gnmm, Helene Hans, Joan Heisler. Alice Hembrey. Janet Johnson, Joann Johnson, Lois Johnson, Elaine Josephson, Joyce Kennard, Carta Litwin, Yvonne Mc- Elroy, Mary Mann. Jane McGurk, Sally Melahn. Loretta Meyerovitz, Helen O ' Donnell. Valerie Packer, Joan Ranee, Barbara Rawson. Jane Ross, Greta Sandstrom, Ruth Schneider, Ann Schweizer. Shirley Sered, Sylvia Sharlin, Joan Simnnson, Christina Slow, Joan Smith. Doris Sposta, Joy Stein, Margit Stroud. Walter Styles, Carolyn Sullivan, Nancy Svoboda, Minnie Talley, Marlene Thomas, Doris Valenta, Elizabeth Zacharias 560 Tof ' row: Ann Powers, I:laine Faust, Joan Lundberg, Dotty Jo Robertson. Jo Anne Brubaker, Marion Weiss, Jane Jacobsen, Viola Crollemond, Joanne Baker. Man lean Cochran, Joan Samson. Joyce Cary, Roberta Hay. Romaine Johns Thi ' d row: Marilyn htarks, Gilda Gleim, Martha Whitmer. Ruth Smoot, Ruth Treen, Barbara Woods. Laurel Morthorst, Frances Gourley, Constance Bornholt, Nancy Skeltnn, Patricia Wagner, Mitzi Chialtas, Susan Simmons, Jo Ann Folks Scc nd row: Patricia Turley, Lnis Ritchie, Mary Forrest, Joy Brick, Beverley McArdle, treasurer; Audrey Larson, secretary: Mrs. Herman Schmidt, Marilyn Becic. president; Miriam Arentsen, vice president: Joan Germano. social chairman; Carolyn Kraybill, Joyce Lorton Bottom row: Jacqudyn Prickett, Elizabeth Shaver. Margie Woolard, Dorihy Figge, Joyce Cadman, Loretta Vidraont. Florence Przywara, Afroditc Konstans, Nancv Popel. Jane Reed, Lois Gualano, Margaret Barrett N-jt in panel: Marv Ann Bohbrink, Dorothy Deike, Allie Jane Miller, Kathryn Jacobson. Barbara Hudlik, Rita Rakausky. Emily Berkos Cagle Hall vim Mary Br .wn, Opal Schoof, Gertrude Danaher, Joanne Chorpening, Helen Enid Piintious Martha Garling, Donna Campbell, Lorraine Spangler, Barbara Etnoyer. Tu{i row: Cynthia Dcnbo, Mary Falkner. Jean Mae Ott, Sherilyn White, Robnelt, Anne Shapiro, Dorothy Omori, Eleanor Stein, Lisa Rathling. Thitii low: Mary Ethel White, Thelma Springer, Fern Hodge, Ellen Fales, Jean Cook, Judy Powell, Anne Moyat, Virginia Schneck, Mary Heineken Second row: Vera Orsborn, Myra Wolfe, Carolyn Sledd, Louise Kendnck, Ruth Gulder, Dolores Janak, Dyck, Barbara Coffeen, Viola Vaitulonis, Carol Edwards, Rica Kahn, Mane Brueggemann, Muriel Stark, Bottom row: Jacquelyn Jones. Joan Gracly. Mary McNeil, Sally Lane, Rosemary Johnson, Diana Haskell Francis, Nancy Wolfe. Janette Bernhardt, Marjorte Bryant, Carol Flnifrock Not HI panel: Thomasina Adams, Jan Arcnsman, Megan Bozarth, Beverly Brissenden, Frances Broadway, Ruby Chin, Joan Cinader, Nancy Degenej Arlyne Dranow, Merle Emmons, Wilma Flower, Jean Foyer, Barbara Frank. Joann Friede, Carol George. Jeanette Gilchrist, Ruth Goldfar] Faye Goldstein. Donna Gordon. Dorothy Hagen. Anne Heitkotter, Lois Heywood, EliEabeth Bines, June Hirsch. Betty Hoskins, Lynette Ho ' Kathleen Ide. Pauline Jewell. Marcia Kelley, Dolores Lapaitis. Audine Lang, Alice Lindgren, Rosalyn Linzer, Dorothy Mielke. Marilewise Ol Sally Patelski, Frances Pauksta. Jane Reske, Gloria Ross, Patricia Ryan, Ellen Salomon, Margaret Strout, Kathryn Trimmer, June Wortman Olga Golosinec, ;■ Margaret Case , Lucille Muzzarelli, Norma j Priscilla Alden, Jam Evans Ha r , X ' ltj Antimunik. Marion Hutchinson, Top row: Frances Levin. Margaret Mulligan. Marjorie Oathout, Lorene Hjeber. Mildred Tuppcr. Sonja Leva, Eleanuc Bclin Eugenia Patrick, Beverly Schycker. Charlotte Fischer. Marjorie Luse, Martha Prather. Catherine Key, Ricarda Parsons Fouftb row : Rose Jourd.un, Betty Matthews, Emelda Littleton, Bonnie Puis. Phyllis Kell, Leokadya Kozlowski, Rutli Winter, Irene Fox, Betty Ann Denk, Joyce Wagenknecht, Doris Reiteberger Third row: Elaine Carr, Margaret Burridge. Jennora Fisher, Jennie Naumczik, Elaine Greenberg. Mrs. Alice W. Cotter, head resident: Dolores Ahrens, president . Norma Rumery, socnil chairman ; Louise Muenzer, secretary ; Patricia Nickell, treasurer ; Lea Thoeming, freshman aJmor ; Elizabeth Kustncr Sec ' tid row: Ruth Ann Oakes. Mary Carson. Rosemarie Nygren. Patricia Neder, Janet Deal, Joan Schur, Edith Williams, Patricia Vallero, Stella Bezansky, Barb.na Rennaker, Joycelyn Green, Jewel Feldman, Joyce White. Virginia Lee Crowell Bottom row: FraiKts Adams, Francoise Salgat. B.irbara Rolnick, Katherine Lee. Charlene Brooks, Bernice Perry, Matie Hart, Evelyn Jones, Arlene Boyd. Matyiaiich. Beverly Acton, Alice Jane Bull Evans Ha Top row: Arlene Weiss, Eileen Fried, Maunne Weinstein, Miss Sarah Friedlander, Rochelle Weinstock, social chairman; Elaine Travjs, Francine Goldberg. Serene Sacher Second tow: Joan Chalfen, Natalie Kaufman, secretary; Joy Zarbin, Beverly ZabJn, Dolores Tofle, Lorraine Brodsky, Adrienne Herman, Shiphra Diamond, treasurer Bottom row: Donna Linsky, Betty Hirsch, Barbara Dreebin, Joyce Marcus, Shirlene Lezan, president; Phyllis Malkin, Helene Borowick, Ruthe Golb, vice president; Roslyn Worth Not in panel: Ellyn Wallace E.K.T. Club K MP F - . gj B - . -■ - B ■ ■ K S fl Tup row : tieten " Briitiaict r , Shirley Erickson. Earlene f ollins, Barbara Murphy, Marjorie Fry. Muriel Faw. Virginia Sinclair, Martha Large, Rita brazier, Edith Bassler, Neva Bischoff. Winona Leseure, Eva X ' oodail Thnd row: Elvia Tarbk-. Lois Crawford, Jane Herzberger, Jean Olson, Darlene Guderjan. Ann Pryor. Barbara Thiebaud, Orpha Crook, Mary Sin- clair, Martha Gscliwendtner, Lorna Springer, Renee Doderlein, Delores Parrott St ' Ci-nd row: Mary Hauber. itce premitrif ; Marian Wirtz. sfiTetary ; Cha rlyn Leeper, Margie Groves, house manager; Joanne Lager, president; Rita Kapraun. Patricia Dowlmg. Roberta Smith, Rosemary Shepherd, Patricia Ft-aster, Rosemary Archibald, treasurer Bottom row: Polly Sanders, Patricia Jackson, Anna Lu Meyer, Martha Bland, Janet Bayles, Caryl Towsley, Dorothy Drakeford. June Gramley, Dianne Matlire, Joyce Bnltun 4-H House 202 East Green i ' ' . ' (( ■ Sandra Baiin, Rita Lev, Lynne Mallen, Ruberta Adler, Beverle Horwitz, Adrienne Brill, Gloria Shell, Barbara Miller, Charlotte Bender. Natalie Wenig. Betty Ann Larger Third row: Johanna Weisz, Judy Daskal, Audrey Taymor, Adrienne Klapman. Georgine Mandl, Miriam Silberman, Ins Bernstein. MJchele Lopstein., Racelle Miller Elaine Cooper, Phillis Kaufman Second row: Delores Hillman, Nan Sieve, Syril Weiss, Rosalyn Summer, Maryann Rotbert, recording secretary; Joan Gold, vice president; Zelia Edidin, president; Lenore Rosenfeld, treasurer; Barbara Bahcall. corresponding secretary; Barbara Borker, Dolores Rubner. Betty Lipsit2, Roselyn Lev in berg Bottom row: Audrey W ' ilsey, Marlene Geiderman. Sandra Nemkoff, Louise Rosengard, Rochelle Stem, Roslyne Greenblatt. Helene Rubin. ArlenJ Glasson, Marilyn Mayer, Eileen Kirsch. Joan Sue Kase, Sheila Etron Top row: Joan Sugar, Betty Schwartz. Luba Paule, Roberta Fine, Carole Pohn, Audrey Fox, Vivian Schlaes Third row: Lois Proian ky, Rita Doppeit. Arlene Pava. Eleanor Tunick. Marilyn Brandzel. Elise Block, Iris Prince Second row: Dena Scli irtz, Nancy Lash, Marilyn Grosby, Terez Miller. Naomi Katz, Sandra Victor, Jacqueline Katz, Charlotte Bell Botsom tow: Ina Pivjtz. Marilyn Katz, tteasurei : Lois Lerner. ifcretary ; Marilyn Katzen, vice president; Sandra Dwork. president; Lois Mandel, social chairman; Millicent Brown, Joan Fishman ' Sot in panel: Roberta Libin, Marlene Bernfield Laurel House 307 East John yp jiESJi m " - ff SU y nH r - ' v ! P S s l RBf iSfU h| I f • ' U : Mjril ii F.uLl ,nR 1 itzgerald. Dolores Seigert, Nancy ' " n HtiM liot, Mary Edwards. Alice W ' orner. Pearl Wood. Joretta Marchell " Thnd tow: Margut Frye. Louise Swanson. Rosemary Finger, Jeanine Tatge, Charmaine Husack, Gladys Whynot, Rosemary Boys, Beverly Bunting. Doris Cromley Second row: Vida Kersch, Joanne Parke, social chairman; Lois Wickham, treasurer; Betty Leslie, secretary; Lois Siron, president; Barbara Meyer, vice president : Carol Hondlik, Audry McCubbin, scholarship chairman Bottom row: Barbara Chase, Jean Millington, Anne Siemens, Priscilla Willman. Peggy Crum. Irma Cavins Leeman Lodge Top tow: Lura Li ' nk,jJH.uy Hill, Shirley Armstrong, Dorothy Jean Perdue, Ju Jacquline Stormer, ' earl Mueller, Laura Mollet. Eunice Johnson, Phyllis Vi Thi ' d tow: Elizabeth Fulton, Joan Warnecke, Mary Lee, Joy Wardle, Barbara Hasle. Joan Scott. Beverly Falk, Marilyn Petterson, Delores Campen, Marion Frances Loitz, M.iry Butzback Second tow: Cora Pattarson, Dorothy Edmunds, Jvanne Henry. Claire Schmidt, Waldschmidt, j nul chairman; Kathryn Carson, president; Naomi Huston, Creath, Patrici i Bast, Mary Fox, Dorothy Schlosser, Donna Klingbiel Bottom row: Pat R an, Patricia Johnson, Barbara Jessen, Lila Schriner, Nancy Fisher, Gale bnttin, Phyllis Bryan, Patricia McGee, Suzanne Lambert, Lili Robinson, Ii ' ma Veneman McKuckie, Martha Joann Meinecke, Irene Lattof, Betty Klemme, se, Barbara Baker. Marilyn Womeldorff, Charlotte Schriner Buchholz, Betty Johnson, Norma Hanell. Lois Woeltjen, Dorothy Anderson, Mary Jane Jinkins, Dorothy Gemberling, Evelyn Johnson, Gwen Neubauer, Shirley Cox, Donna Christiansen, treasurer; Emma rice president ; Donna Gianasi, secretary; JoAnne McCarty, Marilyn Pugsley, Patricia Malone, Betty Johnson, Patricia Palbicke. Marianne an Barfod, Phyllis Murphy, Jacquehne Kirk, Mary Shinn, Margaret McKinley Hall 801 South Wright Top row: Dianne Scovel, Margaret Tappan. fli ilntli Ricks. Lorraine Kratovil. Eleanor Warren, Margot Tibbits, Shirley Meyer. Claudia Pn Nancy Carnright. Nellie Mae Weber, tict- piisiJtiit ; Mary Rosebraugh, Colene Woodmency, Norma Jasper, Mary Ann Myers, Vlasta Marek. Laurel Strickfaden. Nancy Wilson. Norma Anderson Third row: Carolyn Coddington, Barbara Manmon. Marilyn Ronney, Florence Goy, Barbara Born. Nancy Buchanan, Delores Gillan. Helen Kennedy, Louise Hoffman, Jeanne Kamberg. Kay Neumer, Charlotte Gerber, Gwen Burn. Betty Rae Reese. Carol Shunneson Second row: Barbara Bucholz. Beth Smith. Mary Lou Vickers. Jeanne Dodd. Be erly Dady. Bettie Shepard, Dornthy Kiensat, social chairman; Sydney Berry, picsidfrit ; Mrs. Amanda Phillips, Frances Smith, Virgmia Kaye. Shirley Smith, -lecretjry ; Jean Harshbarger. Shirley Blue, Bar-j bara Poehlmann Bottom row: Nancy Holland, Peggy Beach, Joyce Hays, Yvonne Hamilton. Julia Ohnysty. Roberta Edwards, Athene MacFarlane. Dorothy Weberi Faith Pechman. Gertrude Cuffe. Marilyn Mueller Noi in pjtiel : Naomi Bundsgaard, Marilyn Cnlborn, Mary Leschuck. twast n-i ; Barbara Madden, Joyce Ann Thurber lop row: Carnlyn Klut ;:.: L.irraine ( ozz.i, Uoris Parsell, Je.in .ilker, Alice Tuma, Bettye Drowne, Pt-ggy Innun. Airce Pushian, Ruselvn Kalile. Virginia Decker, i ' .i lit- Sorbie. Phyllis Barnard, Mary Berta, Kathryi Wolter T ?.i4 tow: Janice Vi .iiiiM n, Mary Peaslee. Mary Armstrong. Margaret McDonald. Grace Behringer, Betty Steele. Elizabeth Shonp. Vivienne Jen- nings, Lora Lee Piaytr. Susan Jennings, Mae Eanes, Viva Moody, Joan Alexander, ireiisurer: Barbara Stout Seca d row: Ann Larsen, Mary Serven. Mary Elkin. social chairmnn : Joame Graybael, secretary; Irene Ramsay. Carol Zornig. ptestdeni : Noraidean Palecek, Ruth Mccch. Dorothy Leslie, Mary Day, Sarah Griswold. Charlene Woodson Boirom row: Yvonnf Alexander. Jeanne Camen n, Ellen Abbott. Judith H iltman, Betty Ruberts. Enola Knight, Nancy Bnhn, Jovce Howard No in panel: Bett Terhune Presbyterian Hall Top tow: Marilyn Meyer. Marilyn Minks. Mary Barlow, Shirley Simtii. Curinne Ranney. Luretta Becka. ireasurer ; Charlotte Huckel Second row: Greta Orr. Virginia Davidson, Edna Brooks, social chairman; Nancy McCulIough, president; Dorothy Ozier, secretary; Margaret Miles, Joan Bliss Bottom row: Dolores Mayr, vice president; Lucille Meyer, Frances Clauser, Mariana Byerly. Joan Dornan, Sharon Mayhall. Vera Koehler Price Club m0 A Vks n . ' p Top row: Clara Fiore, Mary Andre s, Sophie Fap.Kl.ipoulos, Kaarina Mikkila. L. is Alhreclit, Ruhy Nyenhui ' ;, hljine titairknik:, . Mrnia p-ile, Li.iuise Ffout, Nancy Renfrew, Phyllis Dittus, Jacqueline Unger, Eleanor Dick Third- tow: June Jove. Suzanne Schmidt. Virginia De Acetis, Abbey Johnson, Marilyn Kuehn, Helen Kromat, Janet Moldenhauer, Mary Ann Goebel, Mancy Yuris, Janet Lalla, Melba Beckmeyer, Jo Anne Purkey, Virginia Stellmacher. Shirley Donney Si; nd tow: Helen CLirk, Caria Leone, social chairman; Helen Peterson. Dolores Kostka, Dixie Werheim, treasurer; Helen Georges, Mrs. H. Robinson, Roselyn Benzel, Joan Thomas, vice president; Patricia Mastandrea. Evelyn Kasperski, social chairman; Constance Duncan, secretary; Gcraldine Hennetxrtv, president Botirtm row: NancA Hurd, Mary Ann Wolfner, Ruth Hoak, Dorothy OIsDn, Constance Dirkes, Delores Bultinck, Ruth Sabine, Jodell Brewster, Ila Faye Eades. Barh rj Wright, Marlene Brehmer .V- r in panel: Barbara Andreas, Lillian Barkus, Mary Goold, Marjorie Johnson f Sherwood Lodge 313 East John Top row: Irma Nelson, Phyllis Reynolds, Virginia Bohn, Vera Tomcik.. L.,._. L... — ..:;.. Elizabeth Siebermann, Betty Walker, Fern Erase. Frances MoUet, Mary Roser. Chiye Kurose, Mary Fckdahl, Carol Davis Second row: Sandra Anderson, treasurer; Wanda Bloomquist. secretary; Jacqueline Borland, vice president; Mrs. Beatrice Harlan, Virginia Carter, president; Georgia Bonnell, Barbara West, social chairman: Phyllis Larson Bottom row: Ruth Dobbs. Nancy Chong, Sofie Hlywa. Marjorie Cleven, Lin Shen, Patricia Blue, Mary Mersereau Not in panel: Betty Hicks, Elizabeth Kerr, Mary Dusenberry Stratford House T ' T " W ' is Marcus, licttjc hruruitiiu L-r. Xaiuy Claypimi, Hatntid Mueller. ilma Ciu t-i. Duicena Hun is. Beverly Lemmon, Jane Hayes, tlortnce Lacy, Barbara Goidn.iri, Marian Parks. Eva Kalish, Gwynn Baumgarten, Phyllis Sherman, Margaret Egalnick F .. th row: Velma Siti-lt. Patricia Reddinger, Angeline Tsevelekos, Marilyn Aliller, Joan Mors, Sally Cohen. Marilyn Shyer, Phyllis Seifer, Judith Kclinson 7 Tl nd row: Pearl :ks, Sarah Lindsay, Muriel Wills, Gloria Kruglick, Betty Hembruugh. Evelyn Handwerker, Joan Rieger. Katherine Smith, Norma Howe, Myrna Rue. Roberta Roin. Rosemary Lakowski. Helene Behl. Marilyn Fell. Bertelle Kaufman. Cora Johnson 5i 1 id row: Kathnn Clifford, Rhoda Ratner, Lela Johnston, Ilene Movit, Elinor James. Lois Peurye, Betsy CoIIen, Jacqueline Riley, social chairman; Marjorie Henn, Marilyn Block, Etta George. Marilyn Carr, Nancy Weir, Evelyn Dexter, Lula Jean Kussart i rom row: Lois hersen. Iris Paul shock, Gloria Wassel, Alice Solomon, Lnrraine Weinberg, Maxine Kroll, Dolores Schwarz, Clementene Clark. Wilma Vaughr, Anne Novosad, Joyce Ramek, Doris Pinchuk, Lent Corpuel. Maxine Schreiber Lincoln Avenue Residence North Dorm 1003 South Lincoln I A„mr •ii imfm " Ml y ' Top row: Shirley Hintz, Geraldine Knetsch, Jeanne Rayney, Irene Kozmierski. Jane Hiob, Virginia Hallam, Louise Gould, Sheila Rubin, Del Partekel Frfth row: Martha Webster. Charlene Landsburg, Gloria Brown, Wilma Divis, Chris Ganczewski, Jean Stieglit2, Dorothy Wright, Elizabeth Miller, Joyce Jacobi. Shirley Schroyer. Lillian Blustein Fourth row: Marilee Winger, Audrey Luce. Alma Henley, Janet Gronberg. Elaine Viachos, Bernice Finkelman. Marlene Tornow. Rita Lebed, Doric Rapheal. Esther Weinstein, Marilyn Miller, Helaine Miller. Sandy Zuclierman, Barbara Perbohner, Jean Eisier Third row: Joan Landers. Bernice Epstein, Ellen Tinkoff, Norma Hersh, Emily Ryglewicz, Rosa Lee Burnstcin, Gloria Silver, Joan Schumann. Marilyn Kipnis, Evelynne Woloshin. Mimi Kranz, Nancy Pool, Patricia Fitzgerald, Elaine Greenberg. Rita Spinnesson Second row: Marjorie Burnstein, Elinor Usher, Pearl Godow, Ann Bauer, Miss Ferris, Miss Weimar, Sherri Zuckerman, rice president; Evelyn Pildes, Phyllis Goldstein. Eleanor Nathan, Beverly Sarkin. Betty Kostial Bottom row: Iris Thall. Margaret Young, Winifred Stough, Joan DeVries, Elaine Schuarz, Jean Snitnvsky, Dorothy Labowitz. Joyce Sigel, Virginia Robinson. Lynn Yarling, Lou Cramblett. Mary McPhail Not in panel: Jackie WaTz, president; Nancy Buck, corresponding secietary Lincoln Avenue Residence 1005 South Lincoln Top row: Lillian Jones. Agnes Radich, Alice Maerchen Fourth row: Perna Lee Pa re, Connie Juliussen, Marilyn Roth, Ruth Gottschalk, Vivian Lipman, Miriam Augenlight, Barbara Hoase, Charlene Koop- erman, June Kakacek. Margaret Tomsa. Regina Reynolds Third row: Carolyn Moore, Phyllis Monson, Diane Zarembra, Barbara Lind. Betty Nemecek, Janet VC ' hite. Ruth Butler. Shirley Jorgensen, Evelyn Levin, Izetta Fannings. Mary Lou Heatherly. Cnnsuelo Borromeo, Dorothy Bullock Secofid row: Agnes McCartney. Viiginia McCabe, Dorothy Jeffers, Elaine Zidell, Shirley Lindsay, Laura Dawson, Ruth Warshaw, Esther Nelson, Karen Krai, Margaret Dolan, Helen Jaworski, Harriet Greenberg, Judith Greenspan, Nilza Santos Bottom row: Bertha Sternburg, Mildred Vitek. EHse Altheimer. Joan DeBerry, committee coordinator ; Barbara Engert, Gloria Ruffin, recording secretaty ; Rochelle Leonard, treasurer; Fen Kaffel, social chairman; Peggy Turner, Carolyn Travis, Mary Tappero, Betty Jorgenson 1 BIB ill ■ ' ■ ' ■ -Hit- ' -I ' ji.rl: - •• v.i -..- -t 576 jOif A £.0 Top row: Joyce Peterson, Marilyn Lescure, Mimi Rosen, Helene Iglowitz. Judy Duffin, Alice Johnson. Pat Coulter. Elaine Bland, Kathryn Folts. Katherine Juunila, Jean Wolfram. Yvonne Ure. Ginni Bott, Nelda Elliott. Ruth Olson. Donna Goodrich, Ann Hegg Fifth row: Evelyn Trojanek, Nelda Phelps, Mary Jo Putnam, Sondra Winer. Hannah Cohn. Elsie Newberry. Joanne Livingston, Rita Block, Nancy Tegger. Joan Frankel, Lois Endress, Claireen Malzan, Barbara Smith, Juan Gould, Ann Snyder. Shirley Ann Miller, Sarah Gain Fourth row: Martha Messner, Lois Zahrobsky, Sue Shepard, Sandra Zaslawaky. Lona Kalman, Betty Rosen. Elaine litis. Lya Weiss, Jane Goldberg. Jean Lyons. Mickey Robinson, Jacqueline Halm, Gwendolyn Halm. Helen Ohr. Ruth Ivey. Dottie Good, Joan Kirts, Lenore Anderson. Nilza Santos Third row: Zara Rousonclas, Anita Lewick, Jackie Bauman. Dons Bolatto. Gail Murao, Beatrice Gabriele, Joann Jones. Edith Kohlhagen. Shirley Nelson, Iris Katz, Natalie Nelson, Dorothea Levy, Roselyn Cohen, Elaine Brown, Beverly Jones, Myra Podvoll, Joan Ost rand, Bettina Emanuel. Frances Izbicky. Gloria Krinn Second row: Jessie Green, Ann Weltzien, Florence Walters, Shirley Linblad, Patricia Jaye, Gloria Lee Goldman. Dolores Eipper. Lucille Stuenkel. i ft- president: Miss Eunice Dowse, head resident; Marjorie Kramer, president; Gail Kuehnle, Joan Shadensack, lola Berg. Loretta Kelly, Marcel- line Brian, Florence Schwartz Bottom row: Nancy Claypool. Jean House. Alexine Shahan, Velma MacFarthing, Rhoda Fiener, Mary NLicFarlane. Joan Hoffman, Dorothy Lewis, Cheri Lyford. Elaine Ruth, Gertrude Skinner, Betty Nelson, Beverly Becker. Marian Hoffman Lincoln Avenue Residence 100 ' ' South Lincoln Alcestis 31 1 West Stanage Top row: Phyllis Kieback, Helen Christie. Marilyn VC ' hite, president; Beverly Bramblett, Joanne Cruthers, Mary Lou Terry, Genevieve Kunce Second row: Delvenna Kersten, Carmen Mowry. Betty Matthews, Mary Ellen Morrison, social chairman; Helen Malott, Joan Kennedy, Mary Zim- merman Bottom row: Virginia Erickson, Helen Benefiel, Martha Conn, Eileen Kunza, secretary; Barbara Winkle pleck, Barbara Hill. Clarissa Parian, rice president Not in panel: Doris Johnson, Mary Larson, Rita Martin, treasurer; Beverly Smith 577 Top row: Joan Mortrud, Irmalee Payne, Betty Lueth, Eugenie Jones, Betty Leveen Second rotv: Jane Arvedson. Silvia Prodan, Constance Ogan. Patricia Smith, Mary Ellen Hall, Patricia Curran Bottom row: Betty Lepp, hoaje manager; Doris Sandlund, jfcretary-rreasarei ; Mrs. Barbre, Ramona Rogers, president; Barbara XX ' illiams, jteshm tn tidrisoT Not hi pttnel : Patricia Modlin, social chairman Alpha House 207 W ' est Springfield Beta House ' ' 01 South Lincoln Top row: Elizabeth Real, Marie Hans, Elizabeth Huck, Betty Lou Kapraun, Helen Lind. Shirley Grove, Mary Ann Reese. Dorothy Anderson, Rosemary Campbell Second row: Alice Froehling, Ora Mae Welcher, Eleanor Deffley, Delores Lopez. Anita Peschang. Marilyn Swartswalter, Wanda Williamson, Juanita Gilbert Bottom row : Gloria Thurow, social chairman ; Betty Montrose, secretary-treasurer ; Ruth Knight, president ; Jacqueline Swanson. vice president; Edith Mitchell, freshman adnsor 578 Top row: Patricia Ricklefs, Malriam Wernowsky, inc prtsidtnt ; Carolyn W ' hiteliead, Thelma Danieisen, Betty Abraham, Marilyn Handrock, Lois Kruger, jreshmatj dJihor; Anna Noland Bottom row: Evelyn Smith, secretitry-treiisitnr ; Verla Smith, Jeanne Claeys, ioc ' nit chairnuw ; Joyce White, preiident ; Sally Emrich. Ruth Kchart, Winifred Stone. Carol Nelson Gamma House i:iO West Springfield Hoste House 903 West Nevada Top row: Joan Jacobi, president; Shirlyn Mandel, Janet Cohn, Esther Stepkin. Muriel Herzberg, Charlene Segal, Sherry Kaplan, secretary Second row: Elissa Urist, rice president; Gloria Becker, treasurer; Frieda Wallk, Jill Remington, Sonia Fischmann, Bernie Kirchner, Merle Dobr ' Bottom row: Ruth Skolnick. Francine Cohen, Beverly Glassoff. Harriette Glotzer. Manuela Weiss, Barbara Klein 579 ii Top row: Francine Horn, Marilyn Hoffman, Jeane Reidiboym. Adrienne Bloomberg, Rosalind Juran, Ila Saunders, Suzann Cohen, Marilyn Engberg Third row : Nancy Engle, Lila Fishman, Lenore Bogolub, Helene Baker, jecretary ; Ann Greenberg, Deena Kotzin, Betty Blimaenthal, Geraldine Lambert, Roberta Stein, treasurer Second row: Beverly Shapiro, Ilene Braun, Joyce Berger, social chairman; Ursula Frankel, Elaine Cohen, Blossom Berman, Georgia Simon, president; Yetta Itscovitz Bottom row: Sylvia Weinstein, Joan Bober, Valerie Goldfinger. Judith Krugly. activity chairman; Davida Berman, Paula Semiat, Betty Hyman Not in panel: Fern Shapiro, Judith Toubes, Lorraine Lee, Lois Simon I Ivria 1116 West Nevada Keeler Kottage Klub 909 West Illinois Top row: Maxine Marcus. Arlene Arenberg, Janet Kaim. Elaine Levy, secrftury : Korina Haritonoff, Marilyn W ' asserman, Renetta Greenbert, Susan Einhorn Third row: Marie Wygodski, Norabelle Kaplan, treasuTer; Joan Klugman, Audrey Spoden, Thelma Allegan, Shirley Baskin, Marilyn Coplan, Gene- vieve Stern, Joan Jacobsun, Helen Bricker Second row: Pauline Feldman, v ce president; Lila Cohen. Gloria Simon. Phyllis Dicker, president; Sandra Perly, Alice Trossman, Janet Menacker Bottom row: Revelle Goldman, Joyce Weber, Lenore Grubstein, Sally Haebsch Not in panel: Pearl Schlafman, Carol Greenspan 580 Top row: Donna Barclay. Olive Connolly, treasurer; Beverly Gaines, Sara Sherman, Harriet Watson, president; Doris Gerson Second row: Virginia Davis, Patricia Gordon, Gonnie Michaeloff, Neva Liedel, secretary; Marian Freyer, Barbara Anderson, Mary Adams Bottom row: Nancy Foogde, Bette Kennedy, Mrs. Alice Dunn, Margaret Clark, vice president; Barbara Schoffen, Mary Rode Not in panel: Barbara Stevenson Kirk V OQi ' , ' 06 South Sixth Leinad Manor 307 East Daniel top row: Beverly Smith, secretary-treasurer ; Sally Spiegel, Irene Erday, Margaret Wolf. Shirley Briere, Louise Schultz. Joyce Modglin. Anna Kuizin Second row: Carol Rolfs. Margaret Flesch, Lynn Marten, Mrs. Bertha Ess enpreis, Harriet Hauser. vice president ; Mary Laws, Marilyn Hough Bottom row: Anne Martin, Geneve Edwards. Marjorie Boyle, Dorris Pras uhn. social chairman; Kathleen Norris, president; Ruth Langham 581 I lop ¥u: Beiiita Hanii li, l rfuJeril; Marjurte Duclmng, i ic picuJcftS. S ! ja Hall, Muriel Kuhn, Marion Newport, social chairnuni: Shirley Hal!. Charlotte Orcutt Bottom row: Lois Frederick, Naomi Harner, Irene Anderson, jecretary-treas rer: Anne Potthast, Norma Getz Petite Maison 40ti East Green Reeter Club 907 South Sixth Top row: Eleanor Begemann, Joan Caithamer, Iris Garrott, Patricia Johnson, Irma Williamson, Betty Travis, Marilyn Weinstein Second row: Marabeth Ruch, Wilma Graesser, Patricia Clancy, Nancy Gloh. Mary Zander, Mary Lany, Dolorosa Perino, Mildred Novosel Bottom row: Mildred Kornegger, social chairman; Peggy DeWald, Edith Short, Patricia Parsons, Joan Ross, president: Joanne Zeilbeck, treasurer Pauline Treder yiot iri piinel : Joanne Howe, Irene Peters, vice president; Krana Tkatch, Alice Grochowiak. jccre riry I 582 Top row: Pliyilis Hoerr, Carol Link. Joan Schindler. Joanne Daigle, Evelyn Lee. Patricia Tiramons, Barbara Baker, Lillian Vlahos, Elvera Lozar, Barbara G )odman Second roll.- Elsie Bird, Donna Beck, Marilyn Brischke, Marguerite Homer, Nancy Sotola, Carol Linde, Ruth Ann Greene, Joyce Matthews, Gwendolyn Owen. Ruth Ann Porter Bottom tow: Charlotte Dane, Marguerite Sachse, Irene Kochnuk, secretary : Maryhelen Dietrich, president; Sylvia Vogel. treasurer; Lorelei WilkenJng, lice pre ident : Jane Arnold Kot in panel : Winifred Taft. Genevieve Van Ostrand Summit House 212 East Green Wescoga 1209 West Green Top tow: Florence Marzano, treasurer: Donna Kolves, Mary Helen Hamilton, Isolina Suiffert, Aria Rice, secretary; Lillian Kimura, social chairman Bottom row: Rosaline Biason, Jo Anne Thomas, Bernethea Mathews, president; Miss Grace Williams, Jane Chen, Rose Mary Ransom Not in panel: Delores Moudy, vice president 583 HICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES m Dental-Medical-Pharmacy Building 586 587 Dr. Andrew C. Ivy. tict- preudetil. Vtuvenity of Ul na s 1 he 1950-51 academic year was one of notable achievement at the University ' of llhnois Chicago Professional CoUeg es. !• nrollnicnt at the Chicago Professional Colleges reached an unprecedented high of 1,573 undergraduate and graduate stu- dents, surpassing the pre ious peak of 1,559 recorded in 1931. Research activities were expanded, thanks to the receipt of almost a million dollars from private, public, and governmental firms and agencies. Public service contributions were unexcelled from the standpoint of the handling of more than 191,000 outpatient visits in the Illinois Research and I ' .ducational Hospitals — the highest total of an - institution in the state. Several academic developments are orthy of note. In medicine, the Depart- ments of Public Health and Preventive Med- icine cre established. In dentistry, a teach- ing curricula in radiology was provided and flic use of television as a media in post- graduate instruction was successfully em- plo) cd. In pharmacs , a complete revision of the curriculum was made, involving mod- ernization of courses in the health sciences and the addition of courses in the social sciences and in business administration. In the Graduate College, the curriculum was expanded to include work in 20 fields of instruction. Chicago Professional Colleges Deaa Allan G. Brodie, dentistry; Dean Earl R. Series, pharmacy; Dean Stanley W. Olson, medicine 588 Maurice J. Galbrailh director of student affairs £. Elizabeth Geiger director of University of Illinois Cook County School of Nurstng Paul A. Hartley associate director of non-academic penonnel H..u.ird A. Hazletun buiiness manager Margaret D. Johnson manager of the Chicago lllini Union Administrative Officials Thomas S. Jones director of illustration studios John E. Millizen administrator in the research and vducatt ' inal hospitals George R. Moon examiner and recorder Harry W. Pearce superintendent of building and grounds Wilma Troxel librarian C. Lincoln Williston manager of public information 589 mm itiiiM AJditinn ti) the Research and Educatu Modern Design For Residence Hall 590 1 i Second Unit. Dentistry-Medical-Pharmacy Building The Professions ■ ' --5 ' ! ?¥ -53T ? 5V ' ' ; ' " " ' ' ? " ' ' v ' . _i:li:;S!ffd Medical Center Steam Plant 591 i _ iL College of Dentistry L Dcjn AIIju u. BiuJu Secondar)- to its mission of instructing students in the arts and sciences of the profession, the Col- lege of Dentistry has the responsibiHt - of correlat- ing the rapidly advancing biological and techno- logical aspects of this field, including them in the curriculum and making the findings available to the practicing dentists. Continued devotion to this end has A ' on the College of Dentistry the position of a reliable beacon to which practitioners from all over the world look with respect and confidence. The mental and physical facihties of the college attract research problems and personnel from pri- vate practice, private and public institutions, and national and federal organizations. Manufacturers of technological instruments submit products for investigation and recommendations. Proximity to the facilities of the related bio- logical fields permits closest co-ordination of allied sciences with the potentialities of the dental sciences in the accomplishment of its end of attainment and maintenance of health emphasizing the student- practitioner and other members of the health team. 592 College of Dentistry With comnicncciiiciu this spring, tlic College of Dentistry graduates its first class uiuier the new curriculum. This program was initiated four years ago, and allows students to see patients and gain clinical experience during the freshman year. It has proved to be very successful in enabling stu- dents to correlate the theory of tiie basic sciences and the dental sciences with actual clinical prac- tice. Formerly, the student received all the theory in his first two years, and the infirniar) ' work was crowded into the last two years. The University- of Illinois College of Dentistry was one of the first schools to institute this new plan. This is probably tlie onK " school in the country which has a basic technics course for freshmen students. This begin- ning course enables the student to develop his digi- tal dexterity and to learn instrumentation and pro- cedures before actualK going ahead with dental work. The clinics of the university are of the utmost in modernity. They serve a two-fold purpose: pa- tients are accepted primarily for teaching purposes. and at the same time tiie polic of the school is to give high qualits dental work, liiis pro ides a defi- nite service to the patient at a minimum cost and also furthers the communit - health programs. Pa- tients are referred to the clinics from all over the state. In the admitting clinic, of 8200 patients inter- viewed during the past car, 4500 were accepted for treatment by 260 students in the College of Dentistry. The clinics arc also rcnow ncd for tiicir research projects and post-graduate work. All parts of the world have been represented by post-graduate stu- dents in previous refresher courses. One example of the University ' s attempt to keep the dental prac- titioners abreast of the latest advances in dentistry is through the telephone extension project. In this revolutionary teaching technic, discussions origi- nate at the University and are transmitted over 25,000 miles of long distance telephone lines to more than 10,000 dentists in 255 cities including 13 cities in seven provinces of Canada. The Dental Operative Clinic 593 Eleanor Solus, stcretiiry; Robert Barnes, {nfsiJtril ; Herbert Gordon, t ce pituiifnt ; Ian West, tiejutr, Dental Seniors Howard Appi.t B.S. Alpli.i Omega .C.hiiago }. RussM-L Avers. Psi Omega Robert Ed x ar[) Barnes Aurora Psi Omega, I Mini Union Social Committee, Dental Student Council, Executive Student Cuuncii S MORD Aivix Btar New York. S.V. B.S. 594 CjI RALU H- RRIV() BoRDI N Chotflp.ll U B.S. Dfltn SiK ' iia IXIta. Illid ( ommittcc Thomas Fow ahu BnAnri Tucson. Arizon.t B.S. ntlt.1 SiKt " -i Delta Ai-LAN Gibson BKoinr, |r Chiciigo B.S. Delt-i Si ;ma Delta. Dtnt.il Stuilt-nt Cnui BVRON GLHNN BLfTT ChlCilgO B.S. Alpha Oniepa. Plii Eta Sigma CHARLrs William Can rRrii Htini hiiig B.S. Phi Eta Sigma. Psi Omc.ya Charles Worthington Q 9.Mfit . .. .Chicago B.S. Delta Sigma Delta n CO CO o Cm O CO CO Olga Horwitz . Lithuania, Kautui D.D.S., Lithuani;i ; D.M.D.. Germany Upsilon AIph.1 Frank Lr.o Jutland Chicag B.S. Psi Omega, Dental Student Council William Frank Jesenovec. . .Nor Chicago B.S. Psi Omega John Francis Jbske Chicago Delta Sigma Delta Frank Josfph Psoia B.S. : Ph.B. Psi OmcRa Mauvix 1.. ,SH nKs. In. B.S. Psi Omci;.! . Pickneyiille Vi[.[,iAM rHC)NrAs Kai i:UiH Delta Siiim.i Delta n CO CO O 597 Ian M. West B.S. Psi Omega. Phi Eta Sigma Dfldert Anthony Whiting Elgin Delta Sigma Delta EmMIA WoNINARdWSKV D.D.S., Poland Warsaw Upsilnn Alpha .1.11 " If. f ' oiiinti SENIORS NOT PICTURED Charles W. Crooks James A. Schell Dental Student College Top row: Ned Ring. Clifford Sperry. Ted Pauly. Ralph Boone. Robert E. Lee. Charles Thomas. Kenneth Norgaard Bottom tow: Frank Ireland, iecft ' titry ; Allan Brodie. treasurer; Norman Jacobs. Robert Barnes, president; Gerald Burkett, Sam Fantozii. Raymond Marme 598 Top row: Eniclia Wnjnarowsky. Gloria Alessio Bottom row: Eleaniir S; Ius. Marilynn Novak Not in pan If I : Olga Hurwitz Upsilon Alpha dentd sodal sorority Alpha Omega promotes dentistry, professionalism, fellowship, and fraternalism Top row: Irving Gittelman. Irj Ntcderman, Alvin Slomowitz, Lawrence Benzuly, Marvin Bernstein, John Fox, Maurice Hauptman Second row: Allen Rosenberg, Jerome Fein, Marvin Looper, Hymen Siver, Eugene Hill, Maurice Friedman. Harold Rothblatt. Albert Rappapori. Myron Winer Bottom row: Herbert Gordon. Howard Apple. Louis Greenberg, correspondin: seiretary : Da id Shaptro, tit.unief : Ray Rothschild. pifsiJtnl: Lewis Weil, t ce presrJent : Erwin Goldberg, recording secretary; Maurice Slivnick No m panel: Byron Butt, Leonard Stone l% O i it 599 71 John Grimson, treasurer; Lehmann Henderson, worthy master, Allan Brodie, Jr., grand master; William Raleigh, scribe Delta Sigma Delta Founded, University of Michigan, 18 Rho Chapter. 1901 33 Active Chapters Top row: Daniel Delluomo, George Kunke. Harmon Kelly, Neal Nielsen. Gerald Burkett. Theodore Pauly. Ned Ring, Gordon Ward, Robert Savage, Kenneth Norgarrd. Frederick Gibson. Carl Singer, Philip Long. Frank Oset Fourth row: Ralph Nelson, Delbert Whiting, William Seidel, Glenn Pratt, Wyatt Parke, Thomas Larkin. Arthur Buckley, Mark Watanabe. John Scofield. Ralph Burkee, Louis Stessl, Northam Stolph, Earl Pomije Third row: Robert Goshgarian, Walter Schneider, Victor Varrial, Chester Toton, Clifford Spcrry, Gerald Borden. Grant Nelson, Homer Hedmark. Curtis Fisher, Frank Powles. Bert Pomatto, Joe Nakayama, Norman Hollman Second row: Connell Medley, Kenneth Hoffman, Paul Jennings, Arthur Marshall. Carl Kinell. Forrest Cothern, Norman Jacobs, Susumu Hasegawa, Carter Hagberg. Howard Stone, George Watts, Paul Douglas, Thomas Bradel. Robert Ramberg Buttom row: Robert Going, Donald Wilcox, Charles Carman, William Raleigh, Lehmann Henderson, Allan Brodie, John Grimson, Harlan Feicht. John Jeske. Paul Grimm Nut in panel: Ronald Koster, Robert Lee, Charles Nichols, Richard Rost, Gerald Michels, Charles Masters, Edward Maehara, Vincent Fiocca, Harmon Loeb 600 Founded, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 1892 Beta Alpha Chapter, 1903 35 Active Chapters Psi Omega Top low: Robert Dahman, thu ' j im ntntor ; Donald Maxwell, jchj ;, Rob- ert Sprague, editor; Kendall Rowe, social chairman; David Lichtenwalter, chief interrogator ; Charles Maras, house treasurer; James Mclntire, his- to nan Bottom rou-: Gordon Stastny, secretary; Frank Ireland, grand master; Arthur Didea, treasurer; Charles Thomas, guardian Not in panel: Robert Wallace, junior master; Wade Swan, house manager; Marvin Sparks, chaplain Top rotv: Fred Choisser, Henry Barham, Archie Woolard, Eugene Unti. Kermitt Miller. Kendal Rowe, Richard Zelenka. Frank Psota, Jerr - Balaty. Sam Fantozzi. William Strone _ „ .. ,, ,. . .. ». , »,,-,- x_ t r- Fourth roll: James Mclntire. Robert Dahman, Richard Georges. William Dausmann, Donald Maxwell, James McMahon. Melvm Oenaze, Charles Cro..ks. Basil Geckler, Leonard Powlowski . . . w,,, t t r- j n i u Third row: William Towner, Felice leronimo, Robert Sprague, Richard Skarda, Charles Cantrell. Robert Stengel, William Jesenovec. James Fordyce, Ralph Second row: Charles Maras. Raymond Marme. Charles Thomas. J. R. Ayers. Marvin Sparks. Ian West, James Schell. Robert Barnes Bottom row: Thomas Suta, Eugene Rankin. David Lichtenwalter. Arthur Di Dea, Frank Ireland. Robert Underwood. Gordon Stastny, Milton Knapp, Sam Not in panel: Vernon Darner. Theodore Mason. Wade Swan, Donald Swanson, James Thomson. Robert Wallace, Darwin Barrett . o 601 " M- i -« ■« i-J Dean Stanley W. Olson College of Medicine Tlie University of Illinois College of Medicine is one of the leaders in furthering the process of modern medicine. The College of .Medicine is an integral part of the rapidh -expanding medical center district on Chicago ' s near-west side. Its work in medical research and its clinic aid thou- sands of patients yearl " . Dr. Stanley W. Olson is the new Dean of the College of Medicine, replacing Dr. John B. You- mans. Dr. Olson is one of the oungest men ever to hold such a responsible position in the medical held. During tiic 1950-51 school year work continued on the new Research and I ' .ducational I lospitals near the present college buildings. I hcse new hos- pitals are designed to assist the college in provid- ing better medical care for its patients and better medical education for its students and to further its program of medical research. The College of Medicine m 1 " M I II li i " III s n " " - ■ nmii ]] 602 Admission of New Patients Surge r 603 Catherine Sullivan, treasurer; Arthur Thiessen, pre sident; Henry Swain, vice piesiJitit ; Evelyn Lorenzen, secretary Medical Seniors Lyle Eugene Adams Bid- hiiill Medical Student Council ; Pi Kappa Epsiinn Joseph Dean Akers Decaiut H l VPP I Bernard Baker Chicago B.A. :B.S. " Christian Medical " 1 HHI[ 1 ' - " ' Kappa Chakles D. Akes Xe,l,.t M H y HHH ioE A. Baker Ch,mp„isn B.S. -_»«-_.— - ——-■.■-i n—i.™ Phi Rho Sigma; Pi Kappa Epsilon ' ' ' ' IT ' " ■ - " SW " ■ ' Pli " Beta Pi; Medical Student Council; Ma- nnic Club 6fa. George Edwin Armdruster Dvcatur IHI I H l Kenneth A. Spihi field Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Mu Phi: Pi Kappa Ep- |! |H| | V HI H Pfi Beta Pi; Student A.M. A. 604 BrBNARD Nathan Becker. .oj Angtlfj, dilit. A.B. : B.S. Phi Delta Epsil ' in ; Phi Mu Phi Joi: VCksley Cannon Ml. Sinlhig A.B. : B.S. Alph.t Kappa Kappa ; Medical Student Cuun- iHoMAs VC ' iiriA.vt Carter Molnit B.S. Alpha Omtj;a Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; Newman ' luh. Student A.M. A. lU ' ssii.!. I-niDiRirK CoMPioN Chicago B.S. ; Ph.B. Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Mu Phi; Newman Club 1 (urisi: Converse Urbtifi.i A.B. Alpha Epsiliin Iota; Alpha Omega Alpha N NAN COSTI I I Peoria B.S. ; Ph.B. A.I.M.S. ; Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha Lotus Ernest Cowsi rt. 12) B,S. Alpha Kappj Kappa . Wei! Fiankjoit n I — CO CO O o JAMES Walter Davis Pittij (21 B.S. Phi Beta Pi Cm June Elizabeth DeWolf Bempi B.A. : B.S. Alpha Epsilon Inta Edward F. Domino ! Chicigo B.S. ; M.S. Nil Sigma Nu ; Alpha Omega Alpha 605 Earl Kenneth Dore Chicago B.S. ; B.Ed. LeRoy Paul VC ' . lter Froetscher. . .5. Elgi t CI B.S. Masonic Club CN O CO J.AN(ES Pe.ndleto.n DuNL.Ap, Jr M yu ' ood B.S. Phi Beta Pi ; lUio Picture Committee Leonard Gf orce Gangeness East Grand poiki, Minn. (2) B.S. Alphi Kappj Kappa; Kappa P,si ; Masonic Club Jack Walter Dzierz Chicago (2) B.S. Phi Beta Pi Fred S. Elesh Chicago B.S. Plii Delta Epsilon George Elfers Richmond B.S. Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Phi Mu Phi .ToHN R. EriCKSON Chicago A.B. ; B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon Aaron Jay Fink Chicago B.S.; M.S. Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Epsilon Albert Fish DuQi oin (2) B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; Masonic Club RUUOLPH P. Froeschle Hazen, North Dakota B.S. Nu Sigma Nu : Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Phi Mu Phi 606 St. Marie Burton Armin Heda Chicago B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa John Phimp Hhnry Aroma Park B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa Norman Nathan Holtzman Chicago B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa; . .I.M.S. James Garvev Hopkins DeKj O B.S. Nu Sigma Nu ; Newman Club Robert Keith Horton Tolono A.B. : B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa ; lUini L ' nion Social Committee Robert Louis Hovt Roseiille B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa Doris May Hunter Deer field B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha ; Alpha Epsilon Iota Vernon Zeller Hutchings Gleniicw (2) B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Medical Student Council ; Executive Council William W. Ireland Cache B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa Joseph Stokes Jensen iJucago (2) B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa GoRDo.N Craig Johnson Wilmeite B.S. Pi Kappa Epsil.m : Nu Sigma Nu ; Illi " Com- mittee RiriH Ann Jones Otviugsiille, Ky. B.M. Alpha Epsiliin Iota MD.NEY DiNKINS JONES, JR. Jiickson, Miifisiippi B.S. Fi Kappa Epsil in ; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi n CO CO o NO CM Nora Kirchman . B.A. Alpha Epsilon Iota AigotuiNiu O CO CO Alex Kish HiVihbuig Alpha Kappa Kappa; Masonic Club Nathan Walter Kronenberg Los Angeles, Calif B.S. ' — Phi Lambda Kappa lO CK Jan Josef Kukral Piah t. Czechosldvakut 1 — M.D. (Charles University) Alpha Kappa Kappa Harrv Edward LaPlante Park Riilge B.S. Nu Sigma Nu Robert Eugene Lee Keujiiee (2 1 B.S. : M.S. Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; lllini Union Social Committee Bert Grover Leigh New Yori, N.V. (2) B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha Herbert Irmng Lerner Chicago B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Mu Phi; Phi Lambda Kappa ; A. I. M.S. Evelyn June Lorenzen EIRei:,,. Okla. (2) B.S. ; Ph.D. Sigma Xi; Alpha Epsilon I..ta 608 iiuwARi) Just PM Mills Rushiili B.S. Phi Beta Pi ; Pi Kappa Epsiinn jAMiis Jamit Mii.kihi). Jr ChicJi o B.S. Alpli.i K.ippa Kappa; Junior A.M. A. CiiCEi.iA E. Mil I Ml. . . . B.S. Alpha Epsilon Inta Delburt H. Nelson... B.S. Christian Medical Society Julius S. Newman B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa Marshall Jikoml Orloff Chicago B.S. : M.S. Phi Delta Epsilon ; Alpha Oincga Alpha ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Mcilical Stiulcnt Council KiC HARD D. OSI.AND EdSt St. LoutS B.S. Alplia Kappa Kappa Marjorie Hortin OfERo Albion B,A, ; B S. Ci EORGE He n ry Pi:ddi£ Rhetton B.S. Phi Rho Sigma Edward Warren Pelikan 0 ik Park B.S. : M.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa Robert Francis Penn Chicago B.A. Alpha Kappa Kappa James A. fifRsvN . . . .Dannebrog, Nebraska B.S. ( hristian Medical Society Ernst A. Philipp. B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa . Chicago ISADOBE Pn ESKV Chua Q B.S. ; M.S. Sigma Xi; Phi Mu Phi; Phi Lambda Kappa; mini Union Social Committee 609 n o William H. Poggemeier. . .Co ' j ' ' ' C ' ly, .My. A.B.; M.S. Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Mu Phi O CO CO John Thomas Pollard, Jr Chicago B.S. Christian Medical Society Herzl Dov Ragins ChicitRo B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha ; Phi Lambda Kappa Bernard Phillip Resnik Chhago B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; Phi Mu Phi Walter Frederick Rettberg Philo B.S. Phi Rho Sigma Simon Rodbard Chicago B.S. : Ph.D. A.I.M.S. : Sigma Xi ; Alpha Omega Alpha Dean S. Rosset Chicago B.S. : A.B. Phi Delta Epsilon ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Phi Mu Phi Alexander Max Roter Chicign A.B. ; B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; Phi Mu Phi Lawrence Saxon Chicago B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha 610 a Jerome Kenneth Schaffer Los Angela, Calif. (2) B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa John Williams Schaller LaGrange (2) B.S. Phi Beta Pi ; Phi Mu Phi Frank A. ScHlLTZ Decatur A.B. ; B.S. Phi Rho Sigma ; Medical Interfraternity Coun- cil ; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Student A.M. A. Sheldon Schoneberg Chicago B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; Phi Mu Phi Natalie Harriet Schuckmell. . . .Ou Park A.B. ; B.S. Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Alpha Omega Alpha Melvin Norman Seglin Chicago B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; Illio Picture Commitlee Wesley Russell Sha . Hanks, North Dakota B.A. ; B.S. Phi Beta Pi ; Sigma Xi Seymour Bernard Siegel Chicago B.S. ; Ph.B. Phi Lambda Kappa; A.I.M.S. Scott 1. Smart B.S. Phi Beta Pi; Masonic Club . Chrisman Dean Blair Smith EimhutM B.A. ; B.S. Christian Medical Society Mark E. Smith Chicago (2) B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha Ernest James Sotrop Aurorii B.S. Phi Rho Sigma ; Masonic Club Edward Donald Spencer Woodstock A.B. ; B.S. Christian Medical Society Edward Harold Spiegel Shelbyi ' ille (2) B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Ma- sonic Club; Medical Student Council Tom William Stivers Wilmeite B.S. Phi Rho Sigma Harry Bernard Stone Chicago B.S. Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Phi Lambda Kappa ; Med- ical Student Council ; A.LM.S. James B. Stotlar Pinckmymle B.S. Phi Rho Sigma FRANas William Strehl Lawrence li He B.S. Nu Sigma Nu •t W ' allacl Francis Strow Chicago Nu Sigma Nu Marv Cathi-RINE Sullivan Oiik Pink B.S. Alpha Epsilon Iota : Alpha Omega Alpha Henry Huntington Swain Vrbana A.B. : B.S. Phi Chi; Pi Kapp.i Epsilon Willison I. Taylor SpringfieU (2) B.S. F ' hi Bet.i Pi Paul George Theobald Bloomrngton B.S. Phi Beta Pi Arthur David Thiessen Chicago A.B. : B.S. Phi Mu Phi ; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; Christian Medical Society Richard Hercules Timpton LaGrange B.A. A. I. M.S. ; Medical Student Council Anton Francis TocHALAUSKr.5pf wg Valley B.S. u Sigma Nu Allen O. Tuftee B.A. ; B.S. Christian Medical Society .Earhille n CO CO o 611 CK O CO CO K. RL D. Venters Hen B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Masonic Club ; Pi K.ippa Epsilon Raymond Vkspa B.S. Phi Rho Sigma . Chkag " Harold Meryle Visotskv Chicag B.S. Phi Lambda Kappa ; A. I. M.S. ; Alpha Omej;-i Alpha D.wtD C. VORIS Fanbiiiy (2) B.S. Phi Rhn Sigma; Phi Mu Phi; Interfraternity (. ' ouncil R. LPH Weiss . . . B.S. Phi Delta Epsilon .Chic.igo Mary Jane Westcott B ittct A.B. ; B.S. Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Phi Mu Phi ; Alpha Omega Alpha STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Arlene Nystrom Alexander Margaret Neill Alexander Sydney G. Bild Clarence Melvin Cobb Daniel Deitch Virginia Schoolev Edwards Jerry Carlyle Fairbanks Robert Grove Fisk George Louis Freeark Russell Eugene Gibson Charles M. Lofdahl Leonard I. Neff Robert Ed x ard O ' Connor William Edward Powers Emanuel Stolman Burton McRobert SuTHERLANf GiiBtRT H. Whuf. Jr. ; B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student A.M. A. Rl E. WiEDERANDERS Ph, Mu Phi : Phi Rho Sigma .Collirtii illf Kenneth Mitchell Wilcox. .. .Rock IfhtiJ B.S. Alph.i Kjppj Kjppa : Student A.M. A. RuDoi F Ernst Wilhelm HafiTiover, Germtiny B.S. Herman Clifford Wood. B.S. Phi Chi ; Phi Mu Phi . Chicago Dallas L. York (2) B.S. Alpha Kappa Kappa; Masonic Club Sherwin Sol Zeid Chicago B.S. Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Lambda Kappa 612 Richjrd TimpliDn, secnlitry-lieaiuier ; Vernun Hutchings, pitudtnt ; Harry Stune. vine prenJenl Medical Student Council Top row: Vernnn Wilson, David Griffin. Glenn Flagg. Robert Smith, AI Zimmer, Cyril Mendelson Bottom row: William Johnson. Arthur Thiessen, Frank Johnson, Clifford Nyman, Vernon Hutchings, Richard Timpton, Harry Stone Not in pjnei: M " rt " n Notanoiis, Keith Rahinov r5 1 I , w . ■ j a L f 613 Top row: Robert Deiss, Nu Sigma Nu ; William Johnson, Nu Sigma Nu ; John Jnhnston, Alpha Kappa Kappa; Richard Parsons, Phi Rho Sigma Bottom row: David Richerson, Alpha Kappa Kappa; Frank Schiltz, Phi Rho Sigma, ch ntnuu; William Brennan, Phi Beta Pi secretary; Conrad £rnst. Phi Beta Pt Medical Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council of the University of Illinois College of Medicine is composed of representatives of the fraternities which maintain houses in the Medical Center District. The total membership of these organizations includes more than two-thirds of the total enrollment of the Col- lege of Medicine. Because of the critical housing situation in this area, the Council was first organized informally to assist incoming freshmen to find housing accom- modations during the rushing activities. The nature of the academic program made it necessary to con- centrate the rushing activities info a relatively short period, and, as a result, a coordinated week of ac- tivities was planned. Since then the Council has been the governing body of all rushing activities. Gradually the activities of the Interfraternity Council have been expanded to include social, athletic, academic, and civic enterprises and have been most instrumental in establishing a healthful spirit of cooperation among the fraternities. The administration of the Uni -ersit - has co- operated with this group and encouraged the for- mation of a self-governing body for the fraterni- ties. In the past year, it has been organized under a constitution and now is recognized as a guiding organization in campus activities. The Interfraternity Council serves to formu- late policies in matters pertaining to all of the mem- ber groups and to act in conjunction with the Uni crsity administration in carrying out policies pertaining to the fraternities. 614 Top row: Betsy Becker, Louise Converse, Virginia Brunkow, Janice Greenburg. Marie Mowrer, Ellen Cohen, custodian; Frieda Weinert Bottom row: Ruth Jones, secretary; Alyda Ratajik, vice president; Natalie Schuckmell, president; Mrs. Ethel Engeljohn, sponsor: Cecelia Miller, treasurer : June De Wolf Alpha Epsilon Iota promofes good fellowship, scholarship, and professional achievement Alpha Omega Alpha recognizes high scholarship in fhe college of medicine Top row: Morton Comess, Aaron Fink, Edward Domino. Marshall Orloff, Robert Adolph Third row: Bert Leigh. Lawrence Saxon. Frank Meyer, Sidney Jnnes, Hanan Cnsteff. Donald Hadesman Second row: Cyril Mendelson, Allen Lel ' stin. Glen Shols. Simon Rodbard, Bernard Resnik, Harold Visotsky, Herbert Lerner Bottom row: Louise Converse, Doris Hunter, Thomas Carter, Sherwin Zeid, lice president; Robert Lee, president; Herzl Ragins, secretary-treasurer; Natalie Schuckmell. Ruth Geyer Not in panel: Martin Blazina, Leonard Lieberman. Robert O ' Connor. William Powers, Mark Smith, Mary SulHvan, Arthur Thiessen, Edward Wasser- man. Mary Westcott 615 John Moore, i cretar) ; Vernon Hutchings, president; Sydney Jones, vice president; Rudolph Froesclile, treuiurer Pi Kappa Epsilon Pi Kapp;i Epsilon has been an active honorars fraternity at tlie University of Illinois since 1921. The objects of the fraternit) are to further the ad- vancement of medicine and medical education through social intercourse and intelligent thought and discussion of medicine and medical problems and their related scientific, socio-economic and so- cial endeavors. .Membership includes male students from tile seven medical fraternities and tlie Inde- pendents. Election is by vote of the sophomore class. T ' lp row: Aaron Fink, Lyle Ad-ims. Hjrry Stone, David Griffen, Frank Meyer, Karl Venters, Oscar Lenit, John Lanfranki. James Lane SfC ' Tit row: John Erickson, Arthur Thiessen, Gordon Johnson. George Elfers. Allen DeOlazarra, Fiank Schiltz, Robert Moore, Edward Mrles Bfittom raw: Norman Rotenberg, Henry Swam, Rudolph Froeschle, Vernon Hutchings, Sydney Jones, John Moore, Marshall Orloff, Robert Lee jV(? in p-.inel: Charles Akes, Nobby Arata, George Armbruster. Charles Berlield, Harold Biska. Thomas Brannick. Leonard Bressler, Robert Brockman, Edwin Buzan. Lawrence Fiene, Atvm Harris, Ge uge Hart, Alexander Link. Morton Notarious, Erwin Patlak, Peter Pmto, Keith Rabinov. Dean Rosset. Justin Simon, Edward Spiegel, Burton Sutherland, William Von Ruden. Vernon Wilson 616 Founded, Dartmouth College, 1888 Eta Chapter, 1899 ■46 Active Chapters Alpha Kappa Kappa Top loir: HjmI MuskufI, hnl ' ri ui; Vernon Hutthings. John Kerr, Uityden ; John Jiihnstiin Bottom roll-: Robert Nyquist, trejsurer ; Robert Miller, vice president; D.ivid Richersitn, presjdent ; John Rarfensperger, stcieleiiy I ot ifi p.iutl: William Zebrun, chiipLtifj : Ernest Propes. iomm ' nuir Top row: Robert Baysinger. William Knospe. Charles Metcalf, Bernard Draper. Larry McGowan. John Johnston, Denton Ferrell, Albln Janusz. Phillip Lippe, James Albright. Robert Lewis. David Rendleman. Edward Engdahl - Fijth row: Harry McMurray, Robert Simpson. Vernon Wilson, Charles Koch. Jack Means. Ralph Spiekerman, Paul Spieriing. Robert Herting, Thomas Buntmg. Judson Phdiips. Willard Eyer, James Parsons. Clyde Anderson. Rjlph Fowler. Charles Wagner Fourth row: Robert Rawson. Robert Nelson, Robert Olson. Richard Lewis. Charles Koucky. James Young, Joseph Novak. Phillip Haggerty, William Morse, Ivan Ankenbrandt, Lester Baker, Harold Paul, Roger Sanderson. Warren Bradley Third row: Vernon Hutchings, John Kerr, William Da ies, Edward Pelikan, James Hunt, Clifford Harris, Robert Enck, Robert Ryder, William Lawrence, William Irvin. Orlan Pflastercr, Basil Moskoff, Keith Johnson. Ronald Jesscn, Grover Sloan, James Hunter. Hugh De Morest, William Sandberg, Donald Shanatelt Second row: Ralph Olson, Robert Hoyt, Jan Kukral, Robert Muehrcke, Gerald Smith, Robert Miller, Robert Nyquist, David Richerson, John Raffensperger, Edward Hetherington, Harold Lane. Larry Fienc. Carl Burpo Bottom row: Richard Osland, John Erickson. Lou Freeark, Dallas York, William Ireland. Kenneth Wilcox, Lee Cowsert. Gilbert White, John Boswell, Joseph Jensen. Robert O ' Connor Not hi panel: Ronald Anderson, Joe Cannon, Ray Clasen. Vince DIugos, Lennord Gangeness, Thomas Hansen, John Henry, Robert Horton, John Hoyt, Alex Kish, Stephen Kahler, Charles Lockwood, Jack Lynn. Daved MacFarlane, Melvin Marousek. Raymond Maurer. Malcolm Mathias. Jim Milford, Eugene Monroe, Watne Neal. David Norbeck. Robert Norman, Robert Penn, Pete Pinta, William Powers. Ernest Propes, Frank Raymnn, Donald Schleifer, Glen Shols, Alan Thain. Karl Venters, Hal Warner, Donald Wham. Lynn Woodward. William Zebrun n VA ' r v ♦ Fi ' unded, Univeisity ol Michigan. 1882 Eta Chapter. 1892 42 Active Chapters Top row: Richard Hong, historian Bottom row: Alvjn Watne, secretary; Robert Deiss, president; Harry LaPIante, vice president: William Marshall, custodian Sol in panel: J Iartin Blazina, treasurer Nu Sigma Nu Top row: William Johnson, Lloyd Korltz, Stanley Rousonelos, Richard Schaede. George Hart. John Johnson, John Lanfranki, Francis Strehl, Robert Morrow, Frank De Rango, Victor Pntoroka Fifth roil ' : Jack Pearson, Robert Ansley, George Elfers, William Hensold, Gordon Graham, Dale Learned. James Robinson, Joe Mossberg, Theodore Tenczar, William Katel, Fred Brodie, Merrill Huffman, Phillip Avalon Fourth row: John Hadley, Edward Domino, Christofer Green, Louis Grandl, William Hcgan, Raymond Cassady. John Parrott, George Morrow, Cedric Smith, George Kerrihard, John Hill Third row: Grover Seitzmger, Joseph Tienstra, Clifford Nyman, James Marks, John Viers, David Bristow, Wallace Strow, Edward Hertko, Timothy Man- ning, Rudy Froeschle, Lawrence Lee, -Robert Lee, Theodore Apa Second row: William Johnston, Robert MacNerland. Robert Lundeen, Richard Hong, Hany LaPlante, Robert D iss, Alvin Watne. William Marshall. Robert Biid, Richard Steury Bottom row: Alfred Reschke, Rttbert Conklin, Gordon Johnson, Charles Steidinger, James Hopkins, Anton Tochalauski, Lloyd Carnahan Sot in panel: George Bard, Martin Blazma. Hugh Cooper. David Griffin, t ihn Kukral, Charles Leighton, Robert Madden, Robert McCray. James Southard, Charles Supple. Karl Kohelt. Walter MuKikcn, Al Bt-hn ® w » ' im M © :A ,V is 618 Phi Ikta Fi .Mcdic;il fratcriiit) was founded at the Universit - of Pennsylvania (now the Univer- sit ' of Pittsburgh) on Marcli 10, 1891, which makes it one of tlie oldest medical fraternities. Iota chapter of Phi Beta Pi was established at the Universitv of Illinois College of Aledicine in March, 1902. ' From the original organization started by its 1 3 founders. Phi Beta Pi has grown into a national organization composed of 39 active chapters which have initiated over 21,000 men at Class A medical schools. Of this roster, over 16,000 members arc living and are classified as undergraduate or alumni members. The fraternity maintains a central office and distributes its own medical publication to the under- araduate and alumni members. Phi Beta Pi Founded. University of Pittsburgh, 1891 Iota Chapter. 1902 39 Active Chapters Top row: Don Watts, John Steinkamp, George GitTen. Walter Kemper, Wesley Shaw, Kent Swedlund. Jim Dunlap, Ed ■a d Miles, Ernest Schmid. Henr ' Zimmer, Edward Glenn Fourth row: Hugh Grimes, Dick McCallen. John Sparks, George Anast, Clarence Close, Al Woeltjen, Frank Doyle, Bill Whalen, Vincent DiGiulio, Robert B roc km an Third row: Richard Treanor. Dick Omori, John Lukasik, Scott Smart, Jack Schaller, Thomas Lukasik. Russell Williams, Leroy Futterer. Robert Moore. Harry Messmore. Jim Davis Second row: Eldon Van Sandt, Thomas Carter, David Daehler, Decker Lardner, Harry Lewis, William Taylor, Jack Dzicrz, William Hendrix, Kenneth Gill Bottom row: Don Jones. Larry Irish. Leo Green. Haig Ignatms. Al Schneider, Conrad Ernst. William Hedges, Glenn Flagg. William Brennen Not in panel: Kenneth Baker, Joe Baker. Charles Lotdahl, Jerry Fairbanks, Don Hartrich. Paul Theobald, John Otten, John Todd, David Richter, Robert Prentice, Jim Lane. Bill Giles, John Moore, Tom Brannick, Tom Nicholson. Pierr Johnson. Raymond Miller. Nick Pace, Dale Rosenberg, Anthony lerulli. Donald Sandner. Allen Riggle, Michael Pill, William Daugherty, Robert Nejdl, Ronald Sumner, Stephan Jacula. Bill Torricelli, Frank Matsumoto. Allen Dannhauer, George Nemec. Don Smart 619 Founded. Cornell Uni crsity, 190-1 Alphj Alpha riKiptc-r. 1918 4fi Active Ciiapters Top row: Bernard Becker, Robert Simon, Burton Fink, Aaron Fink, Charles Kaplan, Daniel Multach. Marshall Orli»ff Bottom row: Ralph Weiss, Joseph Robbins, Morton Comess, Dean Rosset. Hyman Cohen, Donald Greenberg Phi Delta Epsilon Top row: Sheld; n Nemero ski, Roy Halpern. Sidney Schnitz, Joseph Robbins, M.iunce Nadelman. Marvin Morrison, Eugene Levine, Robert Simon Third roiv: Sheldon Cogan, Howard Brenner, Allan Abramson, Sheldon Lavin, D.maUl PLitt. Paul Hirsch. Oscar Lenit, Irving Rasgon Second row: Edward Klitenick. William Fishman, Leonard Bressler, Justin Simon, Burton Fmk, Norman Brill, Donald Greenberg. Myron Green, Irwin Goldfarb. Aaron Fink Bottom row: Lenin Pellegrino. Charles Kaplan, Bernard Becker, David Multach, Morton Comess. Dean Rossett. Hyman Cohen, Ralph Weiss. Marshall Orloff oi in panel: Bennett Berman. Fred Flesh, Alan Kanter. William Kaufman. Robert Adolph, Elliott Cohen, Sander Garrie, Paul Herz, Roy Mendelsohn. Leigh Rosenblum, Loren Stern. Stanley Werner, Eli Katz, Norman Nelson, Will am Singer, Ronald Teichner 620 Founded, University of Pennsylvania, 1907 Alpha Alpha Chapter, 1908 20 Active Chapters Top TOtv : Seymour Siegel, senior ujiden; Laurence Saxon, freshmati itd- visor; Bob Pildes, athletic co-chairman ; Ernie Phillips, scholastic com- mittee; Herzl Ragins. social chairman Bottom row: Norman Rotenberg. national secretary; Herb Friedman, treas- urer; Bernard Baker, president; Leonard Lieberman, corresponding secretary Not in panel: Al Milstein, vice president; Leonard Neff, alumni chaitman; Erwin Patlak, national convention; Sam Kremen, pledging; Harold Schrifter, pledging Phi Lambda Kappa Top row: Jerry Karasch, Sydney Bild. Charles Reach, Norman Rotenberg, Bernard Hankin. Alvin Frank, Bernard Smnokler. Alvin Harris, Sam Matlin Fourth row: Donald Hadesman, Harold Schrifter, Alvin Fish. Ed Spiegel, Daniel Deutsch. Sherwin Zeid. Jerryy Levin. Alex Roter Third row: Bob Bratman, Edwin Kissel, Melvin Seglin, Leonard Hoit. Allen Lefstm. George Kroll, Robert Pildes, Bill Maslnw, Lawrence Saxon Second row: Norman Holtzman, Julius Newman, Burt Heda, Simon Horenstein, Harold Visntsky. Buddy Resnick, Les Nathan, Seymour Siegel, Ernie Phillips, Herb Kaufman Bottom row: Herb Lerner, Sheldon Schoneberg, Harry Stone, Nate Kronenberg, Leonard Lieberman, Bernard Baker, Herb Friedman, Herzl Ragins, Isadore Rite sky- No in panel: Charles Costoff, Al Milstein, Leonard NefF. Jerry Schaeffer, Bernard Abrams, Joe Bernstein, Gil Bogan, Jack Karsel, Ronald Fox, Morton Friedman, Bob Gilbert, Bernard Goldberg, Lowell Goldberg, Manny Karbelnig, Jerry Levin, Gerald Leiberman, Erwin Patlak, Ernie Pullman. Lee Trachten- berg. Ed Wasserman, Sheldon Berger, Sam Kremen, Herb Levin, Alvin Miller, Harold Schafter, Morton Shane, Sydney Goldberg, Mort Notarius 621 Founded, Northwestern University. 1890 Beta Gamma Chapter, 1894 27 Active Chapters Top row: Howard Searight. secretary; Robert Smith, lomm ssJr; Hugt» Vietz. hous manager; Charles Moertel, senior tcarden Bottom row: Donald Stehr, treasurer ; Richard Parsons, president ; George Balz, rice president Phi Rho Sigma Top row: George Johnson, Bill Behrens, Carl Kester. John Przypyszny. Jack Estes, David Fell. Russell Compton, Henry McLaughlin, David Voris, Tom Stivers, Thomas Huson. Ross Hutchisi n, Ernest Sotorp, John Mathewson. ' endell Thomas Third row: Frank Lanuti. Robert W ' oodburn, Karl Jauch, Kelly Sutton, Raymond Vespa. Bruce Thomas, Robert McCambridge, Rex Wiederanders, James Bremer. George Armbruster. John Frisch. Walter Rettberg, Alvin Karraker, Carl Lum, George Peddie Second row: William Hays, Clement Gutway, William Hillstrom. Fred Bell. Perry Brucker, David Walsh, William Ehling, Theodore Myrna, Maurice Martin, James Myers, Jacques Chamberlin, James Stotlar, Charles Burrough, Jack Spicer Bottom row: Edward Murray. Robert Myers. Richard Dahlen, Frank Lecocq Glenn Chamberlain, John Tauscher, Frank Schiltz, Jack Gibbs, Donald Stehr, Richard Parsons. Robert Smith. Hugo Vietz. Frank Meyer, Charles Moertel. William Poggemeier Not in piinel: Charles Akes. George Balz. Harold Biska. Fred Bobzien. Martin Case. George Green. Jerry Heath, Hugh McMenamin. Charles Patton. Howard Searifiht. Darrelt Statzer. William Von Ruden. Fred Witt 622 I L ' v Top row: James Jones, Sidney Sussman, Herbert Rose, John Spiegler Second row: Sydney Bild, Ruth Geyer, Elaine Hacker. GIt rye Wonl, Bernard Resnik. Seymour Siegel Bottom row: Bill Honks, Herbert Lerner, Harry Stone, Richard Timpton, Nathaniel Averick, Justin Simon. Freida Weiner, Gabrielle Schour Association of Internes and Medical OrUClSnTS provides fellowship for medical sfudenfs Tlie Statue of Apollo 623 Dean Earl R. Series The pliarmacist, who has direct contact with the people of this vast country, must be one of the first to modernize his thoughts and practices. He is a member of the health professions, and he must be able to cope with all problems, whether new or old, important or insignificant. The first step in the modernization program is education. The educational standards must set the pace for the pharmacist and members of the pro- fessions. The curriculum of the College of Phar- macy is constanth being changed to keep up with the modern trend. An example of this is the new course in hospital pharmac " , which offers the stu- dent practice in manufacturing new drugs, com- pounding actual prescriptions, and dispensing them to the patient. Parallel to this advancement in education is a similar advancement in practice. This all-around modernization is increasing the importance of the pharmacist as a link between the physician and the patient. College of Pharmacy Dispensing laboratory 624 Pharmacists Of The Future Pharmacy Library Hospital Pharmacy Vi 625 ■0 Richard Monkman, tieastner; Masumi Nakamichi. rice presitJe tt ; Howard Franck, president; PhylHs Wasserman. secretary Pharmacy Seniors Clem Raymond Balto. A.Ph.A. .Chicago Leonard Duane Bannick. A.Ph.A. .Ai yu ' ooJ Michael Leo Barnd Chicago Pharmacy Student Council; A.Pli.A. Paul T. Bayer. .. Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. , Chicago Rav Do.MENic Benedetti Chicago A.Ph.A. 626 Gboroe H. B1.INICK Chiciiito A. Ph. A. ; Delta Kappa Sigma Dolores S. Borek Chicago A. Ph. A. : Lambda Kappa Sigma MiECZVSLAW LliDWIK BoRKOWSKl . . . CA rtgo A. Ph. A.; Rho Chi Edward Anthony Borucki Chicago Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. ; Pharmacy Student Council Edward Joseph Bruno Chicago Kappa Psi ; A.Ph.A. ; Pharmacy Student Council George Emanuel Bull, Jr Bentjn A.Ph.A. Joseph G. Cannon Decatur I.M.P.O. ; A.Ph.A.; Rho Chi; Phi Kapp.i Phi ; Pharmacy Student Council Glenn John Chbkytis Chicago I.M.P.O.; A.Ph.A. Irving Cobert Chicago I.M.P.O. n CO CO O Cn Thomas Edward H- ckbajlth .Doti ners Grove Kappa Psi O CO CO EiEANOR Mary Jagoh inski Chictigo Lambda Kappa Sifim.i ; Rlni Chi; A. Ph. A. Rudolph Jom ph Jmum ak. East Chiciso, Imi. I.M.P.O. ; A. Ph. A. l.()[iis Waugh Larson. A. Ph. A. : I.M.P.O. . Chicago Russell John Lascisa Chicago Kappa Psi: A. Ph. A. ' Ralph Vincent Lavieri Chicago A.Ph.A. ; LM.P.O. Ralph Sigmund Levi. yfMft- I.M.P.O.; A.Ph.A. . Chicago WiLLARD Benjamin Limbaugh . Kappa Psi ; A.Ph.A. Kenneth Jerome Liska LaGrange Park Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. Mildred Margaret Lozar joliet Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. Walter Madsen . , I.M.P.O. ; A.Ph.A. . Weit Chicago Rudolph Ferdinand Majer. I.M.P.O.: A.Ph.A. . Chicago n CO GO O 629 On O CO CO Chicago Andimw Hi( iiAiu) K, ( II I.M.P.O. ; A. PI. .A. Mahvin Noil ion Ki izni;h Chicago DclLi K:tp| i Sigma: lllini Union Social Com- mittee; A.PIi.A. UicuAKi) John Uimow .Vie, Pioipeci A. PI. .A. Gi ' :oi(Gn Wii.iiAM Rournis Charlesion Kappa Psi; A. Ph. A. n CO CO o en QuENTiN Frfderick Skoulund. .Bertsetuiili Kappa Psi: A. Ph. A. O CO CO Raymond Garrett Snkth I.M.P.O. : A. Ph. A. Robert Turner Stillwell. . .Dowwfr Giote A. Ph. A. ; I.M.P.O. IRVIN Richard Tchon Chicago A, Ph. A. ; Pharmacy Student Council Paul Irving Thompson Evunston Kappa Psi : A. Ph. A.; Pharmacy Student Coun- cil ; Student Affairs Committee ■ Vt Top row: Gerald Baldridge. Robert Deck, Robert Levin. Herb Woloshin, Robert Halpin, Joseph Cannon, Ralph Berggien Bottom row: Michael Barnd, Howard Franck, Ellis Confer. Prof. James Davis, j iC Jty advisor; Mory Summer, prestderii ; George Andrews, treamrer Donald Ernst Not in panel: Paul Sapstein, V ' illiam Einhorn Pharmacy Student Council Lambda Kappa Sigma " Top row: Geraldine Skorczewski, Florence Sliwj. Irma Knapp. Virginia Lynn, Janice Johnson, Eleanor Jagodzinski. Zita Baubkus, Annabelle Stasiuk. Dolores Borek Second row : Constance Mackropoulos. Wanda Jagodzinski, recording st-cretary ; Alice Kibler, vice president ; Mildred Lozar, president ; Joan Crist, corre- sponding secretary; Phyllis Wasserman Bottom row: Joan Wolski, Marie VonDrasek, historian; Pearl Kicmenspetger treasurer ; La Verne Gaudas nr-T- n 0, - 633 y : ■ Top low: George Penland, Walter McBride, Andrew Rasch, Ellis Confer, Louis Larson, Rtmald Pankau, Edward Meyers, Charles Fleming, Jnhn Hanus. Ray- mond Smith, Robert Koptik, Emil Ruben. Michael Barnd Fifth row : Robert Hawkins, Thomas Freeman, Edwin Peszek, Robert Rozanski, Bernard Kryszak, Edward Holmes, Herbert Myerson, Howard Waxman, Daniel Foreman. Paul Bayer. Edward Borucki, James Deckard. Silas Stathop Julos Fourth tow: Joseph Schwiderski, Norbert Wojciechowski. Robert Peters, Herbert Neef, Willard Limbaugh. Leonard Silver, Melville Beswick, Walter Ficken- worth, Robert Beiner. Clem Balto. Rudolph Jarabek. Dolores Borek. Ralph Levi Third row: Richard Monkman, Ralph Lavieri, Takashi Nakao. Richard W ' ozniak, Robert Stillwell, George Blinick. Henry Gross, Jerome Margratf, Kenneth Liska, Frederic Yanow. Russell Laspisa, Frank Spinto, Robert Dickman. Mildred Lozar. Phyllis Wasserman, Annabelle Stasiuk Second row: John Marten. Eleanor Jagodzinski. Robert Halpm, LaVerne Gaudas. setrelaiy ; Paul Tompson, president; Masumi Nakamichi, lieanner; James McKinney. tice president: Richard Combn wski. Sol Bernstem. Edward Bruno Bottom row: Irvin Tchon, James Mitchell, Leonard Bannick. Samuel Glazer, Harry Ose, George Bull, Michael Hen American Pharmaceutical Association Top row: Thomas Anderson. Frank Rowe, Mark Brooks, Frank Zielinskl. M. ry Summer, John Summers, George Black, Fred Block, Robert Heyman, Ray- mond Kosoua. Donald Ernst Third row: Roger Smitendorf. Donald Coghlan, Earl Weisman, Edward Dyja. Michael Grady. Max Ullrich, Robert Deck, Louis Feinman. Lewis Cooke, Robert Reiser, Burton Voise Second row: Bennie Swager. Donald LeVeque, John Eisenbart, Theodore Zalucky, Donald McWilliams, Donald Gronewold. James Palmgren. Pearl Riemens- perger, Wanda Jagodzinski, Arthur Salzman Bottom IOU-: Alice Kibler, Nancy Andersen, Eugene Newberry, Harold Carditl. Rubert Tudor. Constance Mackropoulos, Zita Baubkus, Joan Crist, Virginia Lynn, Janice Johnson K f B ,;; fllB HB| i jjf ra Bk r ' ! w mnm m HBIWat ' ' H F ' ' I A i Kl- ' ' li BV ' fllJ nAT I 1 ' ie.f J P B s RHk I Hii K199BP « Ih I JI I lE JBbL W ' ' Km ymSMLM K Wm B ' v v ' i H 3 £- »TXi dlh ' V kMS H ■M aWBB fl ►• ' . il " .; ' " , 634 Top row: Masumi Nakamichi, Ray Smitli. Lester Lapin, Larry Summers, Joseph Cannon. Louis Cooke, Walter Madsen Sfcond row: Robert Hawkins. Robert Stillwell, Edward Holmes, Jerome Landsman, Frank Noto, Herbert Myerson, James Mitchei, Robert Dickman Bottom tow: Ronald Pankau, Andrew Rascli. Donald Ernst, Nuibert Wojciehowski, Rudolph Jarabak, Edward Swanson. Robert Halpin, Robert Peters Independent Men ' s Professional • 1 • furthers good will among members of the Organization health professions Ivilv V r 11 honors high scholarship In the pharmaceutical sciences Toll row: Kenneth Liska. Allan Duane, Mitchell Borke, Donald Lussman. Melville Beswick. Jerome Margraff. Robert Berner, William Collins, Andrew Lasslo Ih iJ row; Melvin Rubin. Dr. Dwight Deardorf, Leo Schermcister. Dr. James Gearien, Joseph Cannon, Jacob Rodia, S. Howard Waxman, Dr. Charles Reed Second row: Nelson Kitsuse. Dr. Alfred Perkins, Ralph Terry. Dr. Ernst Kirch. Herbert Eraig, Dr. George Webster, Paul Bayer, Charles Fleming Bottom row: Dasu Ramiswami, Dr. Hugh Davis, Paul Carpenter, Masumi Nakamichi, tice president; Howard Franck, president; Patricia Sudar, secretary- treitsurer; Keo Smith, Alyce Godshall, Dr. Frank Maher Not in panel: John Adams, Robert Besancon, William Blackmore, Albert Borgolte, James Brannon, Theodore Bmdy. Charles Clark, Samuel Glazer Mar- vm Graber, Eleanor Jagodzinski, Dr. Esther Meyer, Dr. Earl Series, Stanley Susina, Dr. Edward Vicher. Dr. Ralph Voight, Roy Wright " f-y tS 635 Top row: Robert Heyman, fimmcial scribe; Robert Levin, treasurer; James Ruben, sergeant-at-arms Bottom row: Prof. James Davis, jaculty adijsor; Kenneth Stearn, vice chancellor ; Frank Spirito, chancellor; Melville Beswick, secretary Not in panel: Seymon Weinstein, historian Delta Kappa Sigma promotes good fellowship and advance- ment of pharmaceutical sciences Top row: Jerome Glass. Sol Berstein, Marshall Miller, Seymon Weinstein, Aki Horiuchi, David Resnick. Robert Silberman, Larry Steinman. Marvin Lebovitz Third roiv: Seymour Gordon, David Hill, George Andrews, Jack Paine, Marshall Newman. Martin Alderman, Herbert Gordon, Fred Block. Fred Heller Second row: Earl Weisman. Herbert Woloshin, Herbert Paule, Marvm Reizner, Sorrel Katz, Paul Rubin. Raymond Kosova, Louis Feinman, Robert Fried- rich. Arthur Salzman Bottom row: Ellis Confer, Robert Heyman, James Ruben, Melville Beswick, Frank Spirito. Kenneth Stearn, Fredric Yanow. Robert Levin, Prof. James Davis Not in panel: Homer Manfredi, Myron Newman. Morris Sands, Mory Summers. George Blinick . " G. Cl .v_ lA.. i 636 i Top row: David Hacker, seTgeant-at-arrm ; Gerald Baldridge ; historian Bottom row : Ward Bost, secretary ; Allan Doane, vice-regent ; George Roberts, regent; Donald Hayward. treasurer Xot in panel: Gilbert Haggenjus. corresponding secretary: Francis Michaels, ihiiplain: Dr. Gc trge Webster; grand council deputy Kappa Psi fosters high scholarship and pharmaceutical research Top row: Richard Munkmjn, Robert O ' Connnr, Benjamin Mack, John Jacob, Charles Fleming, Fremont Schneider. John Gulick, Walter Tulley. Quentin Skoulund Fourth row: Raymond Kramer. Walter McBride. Richard Roth. James Deckard. William Halik, Henry Gross, Jt hn Hanus, Raymond Sclilueter. Norman Nelson Third row: Roger Smitendorf, Howard Coibett, Willard Limbaugh, Paul Thompson, Charles Hedde, Edward Borucki, Edward Bruno, Thomas Hackbarth, Paul Tufo, Robert Rer ' ;er Siiond loiv: Richard Bergeson, Prof. Ralph Terry. Dr. George Webster, Dr. Hugh Davis. Dr. Ernst Kirch, Dr. Frank Maher. Prof. Herbert Emig. Richard Morava, Russell Laspisa Bottom row: Lorado Monaco, David Hacker. Gerald Baldridge. Ward Bnst. George Roberts, Allan Doane, Donald Hayward, Francis Michaels, Edward Dyja .V " ; panel: James Dwyer. Donald Hnscheit, Gordon Howe, Robert Cunningham, James Pisano, Max Ullrich. Armen Varzhabediam. Gilbert Haggenjos. Paul Schuessler, William Kleckner i t h: V; .r . 637 i-A A V :m: i Dr. Milan V. Novjk, jMociMf deufi oj the Graduate Col- lege of the Chicago Professional Co leges Graduate College Research, the patient, endless pursuit of new knowledge, stimulated b " disciplined imagination, is the life line that engenders vitality into the teach- ing and service programs of a great universit ' . Unless provision is made for the continual addition of new knowledge by the scholarly achievements of facult) ' and advanced students, teaching may become routine and uninspired, and services to the citizens of the state nui become mediocre. Pro- ductive research is the life of the Graduate College in the medical sciences of dentistr . medicine, and pharmacw One of the functions of the Graduate College administration is to provide research funds for the facult ' in order that they may contribute to the storehouses of knowledge. Another is to attract promising young investigators into the medical sci- ence research b approving and awarding fellow- ships. ' orking in the laboratories with their major advisors, students carry on studies toward Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees and disseminate to the ends of the earth the inventive skills acquired in the laboratories. New centers for the advancement of medical knowledge are in turn established. Thus, the Universit ' , through its Grad- uate College on this campus, contributes widely to the advancement of civilization and to the general -ell-being of man. Graduate students at work in the laboratory 638 Chicago mini Union Building Association Of Philippine Graduate Dentists Top ton: Sol Flores. College of Deniutry president; Aurelio Ramos, Osman Luis Bottom row: Miriam Pandino, Lourdes Maramba, iecretary-treasurer; Lu2 Macapanpan Not in panel: Felix Mabunay 639 Occupationa Therapy Muscle coordination For everyday living I 640 Helfn Isabflli: Baranvi Meho t- P.nk B.S. Kjppa Dflt.i. D.iily lllini C) : Tlicitrc Guil.l (3) ; ShiAi l.ois Marilyn Fbasi-: Oak Park B.S. Zita Tau Alph.i ; Mlini Thcntrc Guild 12, 3) ; McKinlcy Foundation (5); IlliSola; lllini L ' nion Committee (3) Cynthia ErNiRr Clark Cilumct C.i:y B.S. Illi-S..ta Carol Ellanora Dillon O.ik P.nk B.S. Terrapin (2. 3) ; Illi-Sota Marcia Lou Drl " !. miller Hamffshiti B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illi- Sota Helen Fecenko Chicago B.S. Illi-Sota Corinne Frankel ChiCiig " B.S. Phi Sigma Sigma; Daily lllini (1); Theatic Guild (1.2.3): Y.W.C.A. Committee II. 2) ; mini Union Committee (2 1 ; Illi-Sota Alice Ellen Kennedy Wilmette A.B. ; B.S. li-Sota ; Alpha Pi Delta ; Theatre Guild ; Mask and Bauble; Arepo ; Mortar Board n CO CO o NO 641 Top row: Susie Yoshikawa. Leila Newar, Jane Merrill, Corinne Frankel, Marcia Dreymiller, Anne Hearity, Helen Baranyi, Ellen Kirk, Elaine Zimmerman Bottom row: Robert Bing, Macvelle Gunderson, Cynthia Clark, Martha Rice. Shirley Lundberg, Mary Anne Stipp, Virginia Beckwith, Pat Williamson N in panel: Carol Dillon, Lois Prase, Helen Fecenko, Alice Kennedy, Ella Jane Rich, Maiie Adams i-Sota Illi-Sota, the Illini Suident Occupational Therapy society, was organized in March, 1944, in Urbana as a campus activity. A section was organized at the Chicago professional campus in September, 1945. The purpose of the organization is to ac- quaint the students with the professional field of occupational therap " , to identify the members as a group, and to promote the common interests of its members. The curriculum in occupational therapy con- sists of ten semesters of stud) ' . Six semesters are taken in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on the Urbana campus, and four semesters are taken in the College of Medicine on the Chicago campus and affiliated hospitals. This course as accredited b ' the Council on Medical Educa- tion and Hospitals of the American Medical As- sociation in 1944. Top row: Velma Russ. Jewel Feldman, Mary Wyse, Ruth Knight, secretary; Barbara Meyer, Beverly Gaines. Loretta Becka, Betty Drowne, Grace Dittman, Marilyn Weiselberg, Irene Anderson, Judy Pines Second tow: Dorothy Omori, Mary Anne Heineken, vice prefident; Pat Curran, Camille Moore, Margaret Tappan, Barbara Johnson, Susanne Jones, Nedra Philps, Jocelyn Green, Jean Parke, Martha Fung Bottom row: Marilyn Block, Lorraine Cozza, Elizabeth Rathling, Elaine Travis, Harriet Watson, Barbara Rennaker, treasurer; Eleanor Deffley. pres ' t- dent; Elaine Brown, Korina Haritonoff Not in panel: Dorothy Adams, Helene Allegan. Mary Jean Ekdahl, Jackie Gart, Joyce LaZar, Elvera Lozar, Mary McNeill, Jean Migely. Allen Mills, Ann Mnyat, Joan Otis, Paul Pedersen. Mary Porter, Rhoda Jane Priest. Irene Ramsey, Rose Mary Ransom. Marion Servatzy, Beverly Taylor, Sylvia Vogel, Claire Wegner, Nancy Williams 642 Top row: Georsi.1 Ranist-y. Eltfeid.i Bcchtle. Florence- Harper, Jane AUN ' eely, Pauline Cliapman. Mariuii illuck, Ciau Kastuii, Virginia Gyyax. Annette Telrord, Rns.ilie Kilpore Second row: Jeanne Bell.ick, Beverly Sayler, Ann McLean, Willie Mae Johnson, Norma Kile, Doris Hage. Jacqueline Erlicher. Shirley Kompare, Charlotte Stutzman, Helen Scheuer Bottom row: Greta Engst, Jo Ann Voelkers, LaVerne Bicek, president; Margaret Rebsch. vice picsidint : Margaret Tverberg. secretary: Pauline Lech, treasurer: Marie Dankert, Dagmer Johnson. Mattie Boiling Not in panel: Georgia Adlcr. Geraldinc Cook. Jane Fielding. Jeannette Johnson, Sachiko Kashiwagi. Ann Krametbauer, Fay Lane, Clarice Williams University of Illinois Cook County School of Nursing Main Lounge of the Chicago Illini Union Building 643 Sidjf : Patricia McEnirf. Dnmthy Brown, Gloria Forth Chicago lllini Union The Chicago lllini Union, known as the " living room " of the professional campus, has become the main center for students, facult) , and staff activi- ties. Policies are set up h the Committee on Stu- dent Affairs and the Cliicago lllini L ' nion. The success of the Union Building activity pro- grams which have become more and more popular each year is directh ' due to the planning and in- itiative of the displas , music, and social student committees. The student display committee schedules weekly displays. This committee has a varietx " of interest- ing displays which attract the interest of the fac- ult ' and staff as well as the student bod ' . Planned record programs arc sponsored every Monday and Wednesday noon in the music lounge by the student music committee. In addition, the committee sponsors several nt)on niusicalcs and " iMusic iVIaster ' s Quiz. " This year, the music com- mittee has scheduled evening programs consisting of operas and great choral works. Union student tocuil cammittef — Top foif: George Peddie. Marvin Reizner, William Marsh.ill. Kendall Rowe. Charles Mnertel. Robert Barnes. Robert MiUer, Charles Reach Bottom row: Donald Hascheit, Robert Lee, Dorothy Brown. Robert Horton. Joan Crist Not in panel: Virginia Brunknw. Donald Ernst. James Gibson. William Hedges. John Moure. Alyda Rataiik, Paul Th.impson. Riibert Wallace 644 Union studtifit miiiu committee — Tup mic: Jjiuta SouCluiJ, Da jJ Gritftn. F t-J Witt Bottom row: Cedric Smith. Melville Beswick. George Balz. Donald Wham Chicago lllini Union The highlight of the Union activities is the an- nual Campus Carni -al which is held during the winter quarter. Organizations from all three col- leges participate. The Carnival represents the top achievement from the standpoint of complete co- operation among the various colleges. Not only students, but also the facult) and staff have shown enthusiasm for the weekly coffee h(nir. Besides the Carnival and coffee hour, the student social committee sponsors a Fall and Spring Formal, three registration dances, and coke dances throughout the ear. Both social and scientific groups schedule their meetings, smokers, luncheons, dinners, buffets, and dances in the dining rooms and lounges. The soda fountain is a popular spot for students and staff during their few leisure hours. During the noon hours the meeting rooms, lounges, dining rooms, and game room are alwas s filled to capacit " . Union student diiplity committee — Top row: Wanda J.ipndzinski, Zita Baubkus Bottom Totv : Richard Hnns. Victor VarrijI. Mark Smith. George Andrews Not in panel: Hugo Vietz 645 Lt. Col. Donald B. McAllister. CO. V Dental R.O.T.C The Denrnl R.O.T.C. unit was organized in September, 1948, and at present has an enrollment of about fift students. The Corps is open to all first year male students under 29 years of age, if they are physically qualified, and to upper-class- men who are under 3 1 years of age and are veterans. Upon completion of the four year course, which includes six weeks of Summer Camp, the students are eligible for a commission as 1st Lt. Dental Corps Reserve of the U.S. Army. Lt. Col. D. B. McAllister is a gradaute of the Kansas Cit ' estern Dental College. He served as Dental Surgeon with the 176th General Service Engineer Regiment in Alaska and the Aleutian Islands, and the L nited States .Military Academy at est Point during the war. He received his first commission in the Infantry Reserve from the L ' ni- versitN " of Arkansas and is a member of the Scabbard and Blade. R.O.T.C. dental students training at medical field Scale model of the Central Dental Laboratory, Fort Sam Houston. Texas Dental students at R.O.T.C. camp rV i 646 Medical R.O.T.C Tlie Medical R.O.T.C. functions primarily in preparing medical students to be .Medical Corps reserve officers. Most of the students re- main in the reserve, but a few enter the regular corps. Graduates of the R.O.T.C. have priority in being considered for armed services intern- ships and residencies. .Major James Galvin, M.C., U.S.A.F., is a graduate of Albanx .Medical College and took over the R.O.T.C. after returning from Ger- many where he commanded the psychiatric cen- ter and ser ' ed as theatre consultant in psychiatry. Major James A. V. Galvin. M.C. Lejl: R.O.T.C. students take history of patient 647 1 ifllp John W. Brown. Director of Physical Education Chicago Campus Physical Education And Intramurals The Department of Ph sical Education and Recreation of the Chicago Professional Colleges, ably directed by Mr. John Brown, offers to the stu- dents and personnel of the University a varied pro- gram of sports and recreational activities. These activities are centered in the g ninasiiim located in the Chicago iUini Union. In addition, facilities which are available include tiie ncarb tennis courts and athletic field and the swimming and handball facilities of the Duncan Y.iM.C.A. The activities of the department are grouped in three major cate- gories. The varsity basketball team last ear succeeded in taking six of their eleven games, while the varsity tennis team finished the season w ith two wins, one tie, and no losses. The intramural program is the most extensive undertaking of the department. It was ' ery suc- cessful last ear with competition in four major team sports and seven other sports. More than one- third of the registered student body participated in one or more sports. The individual recreational program, in addition to the intramural program, provides facilities for all of the major sports. eight-lifting, archery, and fencing are other activities which arc pro- vided in the recreational program. Through its program, the department provides much-needed and greath-desired physical exercise as well as mental relaxation and diversion from the strenuous professional curriculum. Nil Sigma Si Baiktlhall Champions — Top row: William Johnston, George Elfers. Jack Pearson, William Hogan Bottom row: Richard Steury. James Marks. William Johnson 648 Kitppa Psi, touch jootball chiwipions — Top row: Larado Monaco, Ricliard Roth, George Roberts. Frank Sagonj, juculty tit nsor ; Harry Jablonski. Ed saril Beverly. Paul Newman, Paul Schuessler Bottom row: Frank Michaels. Jack Conk. Gilbert Haggenjos, John Jaci b, Ditnald Metzger. Charles Thiel. Thnmas Hackbarth Ktippa Psi. voUfyhall ihiimpi ' im — Top row: Jack Cnuk. Edward Beverly. Richard Roth, Charles Thiel Bottom row: Clarence Mt reland, Dnnald Metzger, Harry Jabli nski Intramurals K.ippii Psi. sojtbail ch.impions — Top row: John Jacob, Paul Schuessler, Richard Roth, David Hacker. Edward Beverly. John O ' Connor. William Kleckn Frank Michaels Bottom row: Thomas Hackbarth, Donald Metzger, Charles Thiel, Jack Cook, Henry Gross htdnidi4al itili.im tuil champions : George Frulse, lennis siti les: Richard Roth, tjhlt tennis sin ii-s tnid jiee throw: Richard SCeiiry, . " ' " K ' i Ki I in pitntl : Edttin Brown, Harlan Feicht. §, ' li : Benjamin Mack, Raymond Sclileuter, tdhU tennis aouhhi 649 I Sylvia Klevans, secretary; Rudolph Froesclile, pics Jt-m; Cedric Smith, i ue pituJcnl ; Vernon Wilson, treasurer DL KA Dt% promotes musical fellowship and recreation for dental, med- 1 n I V U I n I fcal, and pharmacy students Top row: Walter Sneider, Herbert Lerner, Aaron Kafka, Jack Sternfeld. Edward Reininger. Nathaniel Jackson, Clifton Williams, Joe Bryan, Bernard Becker,. Frank Hiratsuka fourth tow: Robert Madden. Timothy Manning. Jules Lapidus, Larry Summers, Lewis Cooke. Robert Conklin, Dean Rosset, Lee Trachtcnberg, Wendell Jordan, Isadore Pitesky Third tow: John Hill, Es Koziol. Charles Steidinger, Charles Rearch, Mark Brooks. Victor Varrial, Floyd Swink, Berton Voise, Dwight Jordan Second row: J. Hunt, Alex Roter. Norman Rotenberg. Grace Ratajack, Nancy Andersen, Alice Godshall, Charles Bridgman, Arlene Averick, Elizabeth Perry Bottom row: Arthur Thiessen, Edward Engdahl, David Griffin, Ronald Sumner. Vernon Wilson, Cedric Smith, Rudolph Froeschlc, Prof. James Davis, Dr. Leon Gershbein, Dr. Leo Pevsner Not irt panel: Dr. Milan Novak, Allen Doane, Sylvia Klevans, R. Pokila. William Giles, Joan Kibler, Ann Victors, Walter Saphir. D. Hagerman, Dick Long, Alfred Heller X o -;,;;, j - j , «ii;S - " . ' Wf ' " S e ' f .!.4i . .V MSt ' 4 650 I litto picture committee: Gerald Borden. Seymour Siegel. Melvin Seglin, James Dunlap Not in panel: Arnold Tamarin, Allan Doane, Roy Wright The lllio of 1951 lllio committee — Top row: Gerald Burkett. Kendall Rowe, Robert McCray. Lawrence Du Bow, Mory Summer. Constance Roark. David Daehler. Paul Sapstein. William Einhorn, Irving Gittelman, Robert Dahman Bottom row: Dolores Borek, Gordon Johnson, chairman; Wanda Jagodzinski. Ruth Dalton Not in panel: Grant Nelson, Paul Grimm, Vardith Levy, William Johnson 651 Campus Carnival Medical Campus % r i- ' } iiii ' jiiii Instructions Who ' s tired? Lab partner 654 Dental Campus Pharmacy Campus Advertising Index Al Daniel Studio 681 Becktold Company 667 Charles H. Besh ' and Company 67 1 Block and Kiihl Company 665 Busey First National Bank 667 Daily Illini 685 John Deere 669 Elgin 673 FoUetts 663 G. R. Grubb and Company 679 L. S. Heath and Sons, Inc 661 Olan AliUs, Inc 677 Page Engineering Company 687 Pantagraph Printing Company 659 Robeson 675 Sexton Quality Foods 683 657 Ind ex AagaarJ, Eric E.. 351 Aaron. Robert G.. 505 Aaron, Roy. 46 Abbott. Donn H.. 46 Abbott, Edward T., 316, 317, 329 Abbott, Ellen, 571 Abbott, James S., 479 Abbott, Ralph E., 46 Abel, Glenn F., 530 Abels, Robert D., 460 Abels, Thomas A., 460 Abernathie. Jan V., 46, 327, 41 " Abraham, Betty C. 46, 341, 579 Abrahams. Fred ' ., 46, 320, 524 Abrams, Bernard. 621 Abramson, Allen, 620 Abromovich, Philip A,, 46 Abruzzo. Benjamin L., 506 Acttcw. 235. 456 A Ciippella Choir, 288 Accountancy Club, 330 Acer, Donald X ' ., 494 Achor. Robert F.. 472 Acker. Donald S., 458 Ackermann, William O., 46, 314 Ackman, Richard L., 46, 309, 335 Activities, 206-297 Acton. Beverly D.. 563 Acuff, Dorothy E., 560 Adams. Arthur F-, 46 Adams. Bruce. 482 Adams. Charles L., 46 Adams. Dorothy F., 462 Adams, Frances K., 328 Adams. Frank F.. 347 Adams, James H., 46, 334 Adams, John. 6 35 Adams, Lillian H., 560 Adams, Lyie, 604, 616 Adams, Marie, 462 Adams. Mary E., 581 Adams, Nancy E., 542 Adams, Robert E., 46, 335 Adams. Robert N., 521 Adams, Robert R., 293 Adams, Thomasina. 538. 562 Adams, Vivian D., 239, 560 Adamson, Doris M., 539 Addison, Arnold A., 493 Adelman. Seymour. 46, 269, 341 ' Adelson. Ronald S.. 483 Adesko. Paul L.. 507 Adkins, Oakleigh R., 46, 482 Adkins. Richard X ' ., 46, 313 Adier, Betty, 46. 536 Adler, Frederick J.. 335 Adler. Georgia. 643 Adler. Jessica Z.. 552 Arller. Roberta J.. 566 AJminiilrtttiie Ofjtcttil!. 21 Adiertiiiii Index, 656 Adolph. Robert. 615, 620 Afremow, Arthur M., 515 Agaard, Eric, 2 " ' 2 Agase. Herbert D., 396, 414 Agase, Lou. 374 Agranoff, Jean R.. 46. 536 A r cu lure. College of, 28 Agriculture Council, 228 Agriculture Education Club, 318 Ahlquist. Robert, 304 Ahrendt, Arthur P., 47, 314. 346, ■ Ahrcns. Carl •■.. 312, 345, 474 Ahrens, Dolores F., 47. 563 Ahrens. Kenneth R.. 47 A.I.A.. 318 A.l.Ch.E., 319 A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., 320 Aine. Helen E.. 4i. 546 Air Force Cadet }X ' ing. 226 Air Force Council, 226 Air Force Rejerve Officer Tr.l nrng Corps, 226 Air Force Rifle Team, 358, 359 Air Force Senior Class, 354 Akers. Joseph, 604 Akes, Charles, 604. 616 Akey, Margaret A., 539 Akm, Ewen M.. 478 Alayu, Ethel M., 47, 560 Albaum. Paul, 47, 524 Albee, Melvin C, 471 Albertson. J.. 288, 289 Albin, MaxD., 323 Albrecht, Albert W., 350, 354, 355, 487, 521 Albrecht, Dean. 363 Albrecht. Lois A.. 573 Albright. David J., 468 Albright, James, 617 Albro, Jean A.. 550 AUtstit. 577 Alden. Priscilla R.. 289. 562 Alderman. Martin. 636 Alderson. J. hn J., 457 Alderson, John T., 273, 303. 354, 355 Aide, Reynold R., 327. 386, 520 Alderson, William S., 332 Aldous, Shirley A., 47 Aldridge, Edward E., 508 Alexander, Arlene N., 612 Alexander, August J.. 326 Alexander. Charlotte, 415 Alexander, Delbert A., 354, 355 Alexander. Joan. 571 Alexander. Margaret N.. 612 Alexander. Nancv L.. 315. 547 Alexander. Robert A., 235, 417. 501 Alexander. Robert L., 256, 321, 362, 465 Alexander, Robert S., 47. 307 Alexander. Yvonne. 571 Allree, Bruce, 512 Alison, Mark W., 494 .W-Ag Field Day. 245, 328, 432 Allaway. Helen B., 47, 560 Allegan. Helene F., 462, 552 Allegan. Thelma L.. 580 Allen. Alfred. 322. 335 Allen. Alice R.. 542 Allen. Beverly J., 258, 342. 348. 427. 537 Allen. Charles R., 235, 494 Allen. Eleanor D.. 302, 560 Allen. Eleanor M.. 284 Allen. Frederick M.. 476 Allen. Jay. 289 Allen. Joseph A.. 4 6 Allen. Joseph. 288 Allen. Lew. Jr.. 289 Allen. Marilyn R.. 47. 535 Allen. Martha N.. 361. 541 Allen. Mary B.. 560 Allen. Paul S.. 47 Allen. Thomas A., 520 Allen. William T.. 467 AUesio. Gloria. 599 Allfree, Harry B., 292 Allison, James W., 47, 527 Allison, John M., 47, 354, 527 All Uniiersity Forum, 232 Alma Mater, 10 Almburg, John W,, 3, 47, 208, 216. 266. 267, 317, 329, 461 Alongi, Philip P., 336 Alper, Howard, 47 Alper. June B., 248. 342, 545 Alpers, John, Jr., 284, 343, 490 Alpert, Bernard, 231 .ilpia Chi Omega. 434, 534 .ilpha Chi Rho. 235. 457, 513 Alpha Chi Sigma. 458 .Ilpha Cron. 319. 342 .ilpha Delia Phi. 459 Alpha Delta Pi. 535 .ilpha Delia Sigma. 301 Alpha Epfilon lota, 615 Alpha Epsilon Phi. 536 .ilpha Epsilon Pi. 235. 460 .ilpha Gamma Delia, 537 .ilpha Gamma Rho, 235. 461 Alpha House, 5 8 .Alpha Kappa Alpha. 538 .ilpha Kappa Kappa. 617 .ilpha Kappa Lambda. 235. 462 .ilpha Kappa Pii. 301 Alpha Lambda Delta. 302 Alpha Omega. 599 .ilpha Omega Alpha. 615 Alpha Omicron Pi. 539, 559 .ilpha Phi. 540, 559 .ilpha Phi Alpha. 235, 463 Alpha Phi Omega. 321 Alpha Rho Chi. 235. 464 Alpha Sigma Nu. 302 Alpha Sigma Phi. 235. 439, 465 Alpha Tau .ilpha. 303, 466 Alpha Tau Omega. 235, 343, 434 Alpha Xi Delta. 541 -ilpha Zela. 303 Alrutz. Wilma. 362 Alsip. John F.. 47 Alsterda. Albert W.. 486 Altenberg. Elizabeth. 243 Altenberg. Jules B.. 503 Altera. Joan M.. 560 Altheimer. Elsie C. 576 Altholf. James F.. 47 Altman. Burton E.. 47 Altman. Seymour, 48. 306 Alton. Donald E.. 522 Alumni .issociation, 25 Alverson. Shirley A.. 557 Alvey. Harry M.. 352 Amado. David E.. 48. 470 " Ambrose. James L,, 48, 331 American Ceramic Society, 322 .imerican Foundrymen ' s Society. 322 .imerican Inililute of Architects, 32 .imerican Library Association, 37 Amerman, Howard, 261 Amerman, Nedra R., 290, 349 Amm, Nancy D., 537 Amos. Richard W.. 48. 498 Amrine. Charles M.. 321. 32 . 529 Ams. James E.. 48 Amtman. Mona J.. 425. 545 Anast. George, 339. 619 Anders, Paul H., 48 Andersen. Arthur. 300 Andersen. Carl H., 350 Andersen, Harvey M.. 482 Andersen, James A.. 457 Andersen. Nancy. 650 Anderson. Albert A.. 327. 498 Anderson. Albin F.. 48. 528 Anderson. Anne V.. 539 Anderson. Arthur. 300. 314 Anderson. Barbara A.. 48. 581 Anderson. Barbara J.. 541 Anderson. Bruce E., 508 AnderSLin. Claude V.. 48. 466 Anderson. David C, 294, 467 Anderson. Dean F.. 497 Anderson. Don E.. 509 Anderson. Donald T.. 491 Anderson. Dorothy I.. 48. 578 Anderson. E. Dale, 5lrt Anderson. Earl B.. 48. 524 Anderson. Earl F., 324 Anderson. Estelle G.. 48. 220. 221. 238. 315, 427, 540 Anderson, Eugene D.. 465 Anderson. Gerald E.. 521 Anderson. Harlan E.. 48, 294 Anderson. Irene J., 462, 582 Anderson. Jack G.. 339 Anderson. James H.. 356 Anderson. James R.. 344 Anderson. John Alfred. 290. 321, 4 5 Anderson, John Arthur, 529 Anderson. John C, 48 Anderson. Joyce L.. 542 Anderson, Kenneth E,. 466 Anderson. Kenneth W ' ., 518 Anderson, LenoreJ., 48, 577 Anderson. Loren H.. 294, 334, 465 Anderson, Lois J., 48 Anderson. Marion E.. 569 Anderson. Mildred E.. 361 Anderson. Myron H.. 361. 527 Anderson. Nancy. 634 Anderson. Norma B.. 570 Anderson. Phyllis J.. 288. 294, 560 Anderson. Ralph E.. 48. 324 Anderson. Richard C.. 475 Anderson. Richard D.. 467 Anderson. Richard L.. 301, 512 Anderson, Richard N.. 495 Anderson, Richard T., 361, 527 Anderson, Robert A,, 526 Anderson, Robert B.. 48 Anderson. Robert C, 49, 229, 322, 336 Anderson, Robert H.. 4 " ' 4 Anderson, Robert J., Jr., 49 Anderson, Roger E., 49 Anderson, Ronald, 617 Anderson. Roy E., 336, 458 Ande rson, Sandra, 544 Anderson, Sandra M.. 280, s 4 Anderson, Theodore W.. 4 5 Anderson. Thomas. 634 Anderson. Truitt. 350 Anderson. William A.. 49. 229, 272, 324 Anderson, William D., 339, 525 Anderson, William F., 49 Anderson. William N., 330, 525 Anderson. Zoe S.. 549 Anderssonn, Hank. 394. 397 Andreas. Barbara L-. 573 Andreassen, George O.. 525 Andrejasich. Frank H.. 49. 304. 323, 528 Andreos, John A., 498 Andrews, Allen H., 276, 336, 337, 476 Andrews, Andrew. 322. 335 Andrews. Charles B.. 49, 301, 331, 467 Andrews. George. 633. 636. 645 Andrews. John N., Jr,, 361 Andrew ' s. John W.. 521 Andrews. Mary. 573 Andrews. Nancy C. 551 Andrix. George P., 291, 292 Ahdruss, Lee J., Jr., 49, 331 Aney, Paul M., 40 , 506 Angier, Maizie, 244 Angus. George L.. 290. 359. 474 Ankenbrandt. Ivan. 617 .innual University of Illinois Iniita- tional Tournament, 358 Ansel. Ro bert E.. 49 Ansley. Robert. 618 Antimonik, Vera R., 49, 289, 361, 563 Aoyama. Henry T., 49. 305, 310, 314 Apa, Theodore, 618 App, Josephine H., 239, 289, 302, 534 Apple, Howard, 594, 599 .iquinas Forum. 362 Arata, Nobby, 616 Arbenz, Mary H., 277 Arbisi, Dominic S., 49 Archer, Donald G., 295, 475 Archibald. Rosemary A.. 49. 209. 240. 247. 308. 313. 328 Architecture. Department of. 32 Arden. Stanley E.. 307. 338. 529 Ardis. Mariorie L., 549 Arenberg, Arlene R., 580 Arenberg. Daniel R.. 471 Arenberg. William D.. 471 Arends. Donald G.. 49. 520 Arends. William G., 49, 316, 525 Arens, Ralph P., 49 Arensman. Jan E., 562 Arentsen, Miriam K., 302, 319, 561 Argens, Dorothy L.. 560 Armbruster, George, 604, 616, 622 Armed Forces, 42, 43 Armed Forces Ball, 441 Armed Forces Council. 226 .irmed Forces Day Ceremony. 226 Armed Forces Ripe Teams, 358 Armentrout, Gerald W,. 500 .irmour Institute of Technology. 57 Arms. Leo M.. 318. 363. 520 Armsey, Thomas, 314 Armstrong, Harold F,, 472 Armstrong, Harry C, 343, 465 Armstrong, Jo Anne, 555 Armstrong. John H.. 24 Armstrting. John M.. 459 Armstrong. Joyce H.. 544 Armstrong. Margery M., 560 Armstrong. Mary E-. 571 Armstrong. Robert E., 468 Armstrong. Shirley A., 284, 569 Army, 358. 451 Army Intercollegiate Matches, 358 Army R.O.T.C, 353-558 Army R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, 358 Arnett. Charles E.. 49 Arnholt. Gerald G., 490 Arnold, Jane M., 583 Arnold, Marianne, 415 Arnold, Phyllis R., 327 Arnold, Robert H., 50 Arnold Society. 354 Arondelli, Catherine L.. 50. 559 Aronson, Paul J.. 50. 503 Arthur. William H.. 50 Artwick. Warren A., 521 Art. Department of. 32 Arvedson, Jane F., 578 A.S.A.E., 323 Asaki. Goro G.. 520. 321 A.S.C.E.. 325 Aschan, Harry R.. 50. 505. 320 Aschbrenner, Viilliam F.. 50. 475 Aschenbach. Shirley A., 559 Ascher, Larrv C. 460 Ash. Glenn I., 50. 329. 554 Ash, Homer L.. 50, 356, 399, 414, 480 Ash, Myron A.. 307, 338 Ashbrook, David K., 245, 266, 316, 461 Ashby, Wayne O., 305. 485 Asherman, Charles D.. 356 Asimopulos, George N.. 50 A.S..M.E.. 324 Assell. Ronald P.. 50 Association of Interns and .Medial Students. 623 Association of Philippine Graduate Dentists. 639 Aston. Frank V.. 484 Astrahan. Dan F.. 521 Astrouski. Russell L.. 518 Atay, Suat Ali, 361 Aten, Donovan L.. 50, 290 .ithleie of the Year. 371 Athletic .idmmislration. 368 Athletics, 366-417 Atkin. Estelle. 289 Atkin. Leonard. 289 Atkins. Jay M.. 23 . 514 Atkinson. Jerome T.. Jr., 473 Ator. Donald G.. 482 Atteberry. George D.. 50, 303, 5 i Aubert, Charles E.. 50 Auble. David C. 529 Audi. Louis. 50. 225. 228. 300. 548. 349. 352 Au erbach. Dorothv M.. 536 658 the Illio of 1951 . . . i as printed and bound hj Priiitiiijl and Stationery Company Blooiiiiii itoii. Illinois 659 Aucrbach. Marshall J.. 331. -193 Aucrbach. Sheldon H.. 338. 524 Augenlight. Miriam R.. 576 Augspurger, Marilyn J.. 50, 262. 313. 328, 541 Augur, Allison L., 50, 473 August, Irwin, 50, 312, 502 Augustine, Richard J., 50. 320 Aulbach. Marian. 362 Auslander, Merwin B., 493 Austin. Len S.. 336 Auther, J.ihn C, 51. 484 Avalon, Phillip. 618 Avery. Robert J.. 512, 355, 501 Avery. Spencer E.. 51. 320. 504 Averick, Arlene, 650 Averick. Nathaniel. 623 Axelrod, Lowell. 483 Axelrod; Marvin B.. 51. 350. 517 Ayers. Charles H.. 237, 508, 520 Ayers, J. Russell, 594. 601 Aylward. Jack J., 487 Ayotte. Jack G.. 51. 351. 515 Ayers, Peter B., 255, 472 B Babb, Ann I., 548 Babb, Janice B., 560 Babb, John W., 312, 474 Babb. Leslie. 458 Babcock, Clifford L., 51 Babcock, Russell N.. 227 Babetch, Burton L.. 260, 489 Babicz. Robert, 583 Bach, Nancy R.. 546 Bachem, Wolfgang A.. 51. 320. 471 Bachawat, Bimal K., 333 Bachraan. Claudia S.. 289 Bachman. Gerald L., 295, 316, 477 Bachouros, Peter F., 381, 382, 468 Bacon, Robert H., 466 Badgett, Marina M., 535 Baer, Daniel H., 51, 5U Baggott, Anita J., 51 Bagley. Howard M., 301, 331. 334 Bahcall, Barbara. 566 Bahe. Harold H., 347, 504 Baile. Robert S.. 293 Bailey. Betty L.. 205 Bailey, Donald J., 492 Bailey, Donald R., 499 Bailey, Heaton. 304 Bailey. James L.. 288 Bailey, Kenneth W., 51, 481 Bailey, LaForce, 340 Bailey. Lou A.. 540 Bailey, Robert H., 294, 521 Bails, Elmer R.. 516, 329 , 523 Baindridge, Charles N., 490 Baird, Donald T., 295, 545, 519 Baird, James R., jr.. 51 Baird, Robert L., 351, 352, 497 Baitman, Sheldon A., 503 Baity, Dorothy G.. 51. 328 Bak, Lorretta H.. 51 Baker, Barbara J.. 250, 319, 328, 569 Baker, Barbara L., 583 Baker, Bernard, 604, 621 Baker, Charles L., 51, 473 Baker, Harold A., 51. 227, 491. 356 Baker, Harold G., 51. 497 Baker, Helene L., 580 Baker, Jack, 340 Baker, Joanne L., 561 Baker, Joe A., 604. 619 Baker. John J.. 509. 479 Baker, John R., 518, 347 Baker. Kenneth, 604, 619 Baker, Lester, 617 Baker, Marilyn L.. 51. 554 Baker. Myrian E.. 224. 284, 291, 292 541, 342, 555 Baker, Patricia M., 51. 239. 541 Baker. Robert C. 361 Baker. Roger M., 51, 229. 322 Baker, Ruth A., 238, 248, 544 Baker, William C, 464, 484 Balachowski, Lawrence. 525 Balaty, Jerry, 601 Baloridge. Gerald, 653, 637 Baldus, Barbara R., 541 Baldus. Donald £.. 480 Baldwin. James W., Jr., 52, 225, 350. 351, 552 Balin, Sandra, 566 Balint. Michael, 530, 346 Balkum, Earl T., 52, 305 Ball, Avis, 289 Ball, James J., 529 Ball, Marvin M., 515 Ballowe, William C, 498 Balson, Howard L., 493 Ballo. Clem. 634 Balz. George. 622. 645 Balzavini. Aldo, 205 Bammann, Bernice M., 52 Bammann, Derwood E., 52. 503 Bana. Angelo, 331 Banche, Joe F., 524 Bund. 296 Bane, Mary E., 547 Banerjee, Somir, 533 Bang, Henry. 599 Bang. Martin A.. 52, 512 Banicki. Jerome. 347 Bank. Thomas L.. 511 Bankert. Robert L.. 52. 292, 293, 340, 516 Banks, Carol L., 535 Banks, Charles E., 290 Banks, Gilbert E., 52. 331. 354. 483 Bannick. Leonard. 654 Banning, William H., 524 Bannister, Robert G., 458 Bannister, Turpin. 506, 340 Bannon, Joseph B., 52, 327, 529 Bannon, Robert P., 205 Banowitz, Jacquelyne, 545 Biiptiit Student Fellotvship, 361 Baptista, Stuart F.. 52 Barackman, Patricia A., 52, 547 Baranski. Jerome F.. 474 Baranyi. Helen I.. 641. 642 Baratta. Philip C. 346 Barbre. Mrs. Marie. 5 ' ' 8 Barclay. Donna J.. " 81 Bard. George. 618 Bare. Joanne. 361 Barenholtz. Eugene S.. 52. 511 Barfod. Lilian. 569 Bargh. George H., Jr.. 26. 27. 234, 344 Barham. Henry, 601 Barker, Harold F., 520 Barker, Janet C, 239. 268. 546 Barker. Lucius J., 463 Barkman. Richard. 516 Barkson. Alfred W.. 52 Barkus, Lillian, 573 Barlow, Mary G., 289. 294. 328. 572 Barmcs. William. 210 Barnard. Phyllis L. 571 Barnd. Michael, 633. 634 Barnes. Barbara A.. 549 Barnes. Billy L., 414 Barnes. Joanne E., 558 Barnes, John, Jr., 344, 507 Barnes, Myles, 478 Barnes. Norman S.. 468 Barnes. Robert E.. 594. 598. 601. 644 Barnes. Robert M.. 469. 495 Barnes. Walter E.. 469 Barnett. James A.. 511 Barnert. Joseph H.. 505. 335 Barnert. Mitchell L.. 52 Barnett. Norman W.. 53 Barnhart. Barbara J.. 537 Barnhart. Barbara L., 549 Barnhart. Mildred M.. 415, 541 Barnum. Robert V.. 390, 392. 414, 471 Baron, Gerald. 511 Baron. Thomas. 319 Barr. Alfred E.. 519 Barr. George M.. 344. 488 Barr. James M.. Jr.. 459 Barr. Norbert P.. 529 Barra. Angelo. 52, 330 Barrett, Darwin, 601 Barrett, Donald C. 52. 316. 518 Barrett. John E.. 517 Barrett. Margaret A.. 561 Barrick. William W.. 498 Barron. Laddy B.. 290 Barrow. Nancy E., 289. 560 Barry. Gerald W.. 464 Barry. Jennis. 362 Barrels. Shirley L.. 52. 309. 331. 551 Bartelsen. Howard D.. 52 Bartelstein. Aaron. 460 Barth. Clyde. 290 Barth, Randolph J.. 520 Barthel. Harold O.. 205 Barthel. John W., 458 Barthel, Paul F., 52 Bartil. Robert F.. 53 Bartkowicz. Frank Michael, 53 Bartleson. Shirley J.. 560 Bartlett. Walter K.. 301 Barton. David M.. 474 Barton House, 515 Bartosiewicz. Delphine F.. 250. 509. 557 Bartsokas. Katina. 507. 549 Bartunek. Richard M.. 311. 359 Bartusek. George J., 466 Barwig, Alvin E., 53. 330 Barwood. Charles E.. 523 Baschnonga. Stephen A.. 53 Baieball. 394 Bash. Wanda. 230. 264. 302. 348, 416 BasktthM. 584 Baskin, Shirley. 580 Bassie. Barbara A.. 559 Bassie. V. Lewis. 22 Sassier. Edith M.. 241. 528. 565 3assler. William A.. 512 Bast. Patricia A.. 55. 328. 569 Bast, Richard D.. 53 Bastian. Bruce A.. 518 Bastian. Lawrence J.. 474 Buitillr. 515 Bateman. James R., 53. 323 Bateman. Marion D.. 53. 305. 318 Bates. Burton R.. 293 Bates. Frederick R.. 488. 516 Bates. Richard K.. 482 Bates, Thomas P., 359, 494 Battaglia, Laverne J.. 361 B.ittMion Ogicers. 556 Batterham. Ronald E.. 555. 487 Batton. James H.. 290 Baty. Marion W., 53. 305. 310. 314, 520 Baubkus. Jerome J., 53. 518 Baubkus, Zita. 633, 634. 645 Bauer, David, 385 Bauer, Paul D.. 482 Bauer, Trinity A., 576 Baughman, James A., 383 Bauian, Robert R., 467 Bauleke. Maynard P.. 522, 355 Bauman. Jacqualine B., 577 Bauman, Norman G.. 53 Baumann. Keith D., 210, 318, 482 Baumberger. James E-. 525 Baumgardner. Max E., 388, 498 Baumgarten, Gwynn J., 575 Baumle. Rudolf F.. 529 Baxa. Rfibert L.. 53. 324 Baxter. Fred J.. 485 Baxter, George B., 552 Baxter, Harry Y., 505 Bayer, Paul, 654, 635 Bayle, Andre D., 331 Bayles, Janet L, 565 Baylor. Cecil E.. 53. 474 Bavne, James M.. 55. 318, 492 Bayne, James W.. 523 Baysinger. Robert. 617 Baysinger. Charles. 585 Bazzell. Charles. 524 Beach. Edward C. 543. 468 Beach. Margaret L.. 570 Beach, Theodore C, 53, 385, 414, 482 Beall, H.imer H., 473 Beals. Robert -J.. 497 Bean. Charles P., 53 Bean, Haldane. 552 Bean Harold L., 550 Bean. Kathryn A.. 547 Beanblossom. Anne E.. 553 Bear. Robert E.. 53. 316 Bear. Sanford A.. 594 Beard. Joanne, 561 Beard, William R., 54, 331 Beardmore. Robert L., 54 Beattv, Clifford E.. 461 Beatty, Frieda E., 54, 560 Beatty, Robert O.. 316. 461 Beatty. William. 300 Beaudoin. Harriet A., 264. 549 Beaver. William H.. 481 Bebout. Havnes. M.. 54. 471 Bechtle. Elfreida. 645 Becic. Marilyn J.. 54. 561 Beck. Donna J.. 585 Beck. Nancy J., 416. 550 Beck, Robert L., 54, 358. 517 Beck, Wallace J.. 510 Beck, William H., 54, 475 Beck, William L., 344, 500 Becka, Loretta H.. 572. 642 Beckel, John W.. 524 Beckenbaugh, Richard A., 321, 522 Becker, Bernard, 605, 620, 650 Becker, Bettv, 264, 615 Becker. Beverly J.. 54 Becker. Beverly J.. 577 Becker. Gloria E.. 579 Becker. James B.. 54 Becker. Jerome S.. 321 Becker. Mary E.. 540 Becker, William, 330 Beckert. Grace. 292. 309 Beckett. Roger A.. 526 Beckman. Arthur H.. 321 Beckman. William F.. 505 Beckmeyer, Melba L., 307, 573 Beck-with, Robert M., 54 Beckwith. Virginia, 642 Bedard, Irvin E., 208, 4o4, 405, 414 Bedell, Jeanne M., 224 Beebe. Helnetia. 307. 555 Beebe. Nancy A.. 534 Beebe, Raymond B.. 512 Beecham, Sir Thomas. 286 Beeder. David C. 321. 355. 529 Beedy. Harold W.. 492 Beedy. Janet A.. 555 Beeson. Delores J.. 543 Beeson, Theron R., 54. 350. 552. 487 Beeson. William J.. 54. 487 Beeemann. Eleanor F.. 582 Beggs, David W., 220. 258. 260. 459 Behl, Helene L., 565 Behling. Leonard. 294 Behm. Ronald W., 54. 336 Behn. Al. 618 Bchn. Sheldon P.. 54 Behnke, David C, 54, 331, 495 Behnke, Gordon, 515 Behrend, Leslie G., 383 Behrens, Bill. 622 Behringer. Clara. 277 Behringer. Grace E.. 528. 571 Beidelman, Thomas O., 524 Beile, Richard W., 54 Belti, George, 289 Belford, Rue L., Jr., 295 Beling, Eleanor M.. 54. 318. 36}. 63 Beling, Thomas E., 474 Bell, Edward F., 54 Bell, Elliot. 55. 320. 515 Bell. James F., 505 Bell. John. 500 Bell. Kenneth E.. 362 Bell. Theodore L.. 289. 505 Bellack, Jeanne, 643 Belleff, Katherine. 363 Belnap, Nuel D.. Jr.. 210. 220, 235, 5SS. 466 Belt, John F., 309, 335 Belting. Natalie. 362 Beltz. George C. 55 Belyea, Janet N.. 289. 534 Belyea. Janice N.. 289, 534 Bemoras, Irving, 589. 502 Benda, Beatrice F.. 543 Bendcll, Curtis B.. 55. 552. 524 Bender. Charlotte E.. 566 Bender. Fred B.. 559 Bender, Robert O., 459 Bendigkeit, John R., 345, 498 Bendiner, IJernard, 55 Bendiner, Delores A.. 55 Benedict. Dale. 55. 235. 474 Benedict. Ronald L.. 525 Benefiel. Helen L., 260, 577 Benelield. Carl W., 55, 305, 320 Benes, Richard, 520 Benes, Richard C, 55 Beniamin. Howard F., 55, 294, 320, S17 Beniamin, Robert B., 55, 334 Beniamin. Roland J.. 205 Benner. Denny R.. 55. 336 Benner, Huelet, 330 Bennett. Barbara A.. 342. 413. 550 Bennett, Douglas A.. 404 Bennett. Richard. 55 Bennett, Robert. 565 Bennett. Virginia. 415. 537 Bennewitz, William C, 205 Bennorth, Ralph W., 294, 4l4. 506 Bennorth, Robert B., 398, 506 Benoliel, Phillip K., 55 Benson, Donald F., 55, 318 Benson. Donald H.. 5 5 Benson. Karl. 226. 354 Benson. Marianne. 557 Benson. Richard A.. 55 Benson. Richard G.. 320 Benson. Walter R., 55. 478 Benton. Charles H.. 458 Benton, Dwight W,. 333. 469 Benzel. Roselyn M.. 55. 551. 573 Benzuly. Lawrence. 599 Bere. Paul R., 509 Bereolos. Phyllis A.. 276. 556 Berheld. Charles M.. 605. 616 Berg, lola M.. 577 Berg. Mandel. 56 Berg. Stuart H.. 485 Berg, Virginia. 315 Berge. Carol A.. 560 Berger. Arthur R., 493 Berger. Jeanne P.. 550 Berger. Joyce. 268. 580 Berger. Marilyn M.. 56. 306. 373. 556 Berger. Samuel. 56. 489 Berger, Shelton, 621 Bergeson, Richard, 657 Berggren, Ralph. 655 Bergh. Thomas R.. 56 Berghs. Richard L.. 471 Bergland, Robert F.. 501. 472 Berglund. Wallace A.. Jr.. 205 Bergquist, Kenneth B.. 56, 324 Bergsten, Beverly J., 537 Bergstrom, Donald H., 56, 289, 361 Bergstrom, Eldon W., Jr., 545. 459 Bergstrom. Erick B.. 56 Bergstrom. William. 255 Berlcos. Emily E.. 56, 561 Berkove, Lawrence L, 56, 251, 520 Bcrkovec, James W., 490 Berkon itz, Samuel. 360 Berkshire. Richard C. 469 Berkson. Lester H.. 56 Berleman. Katrina. 556 Berlin. Marlene. 556 Berman, Adrienne R.. 564 Berman, Bennett I., 605, 620 Berman. Blossom P.. 56. 580 Berman. Davida H.. 580 Beiman, Marshall C, 483, 505 Bermeier, Eugene, 485 Bernardi, William E., 56, 531, 334, 346, 529 Bernauer. Edmund M., 474 Berner, Robert, 655 Bernfteld. Marlene A., 567 Bernhardt, Janette M., 562 Bernheim, Fred, 56, 540 Bernier. Royal R., 500 Beinsen, Irving, 493 Bernstein, Abraham M., 360, 505 Bernstein. Arthur. 525 660 Bernstein. Dorathca. 205. 500 Bernstein, Edg.ar W., 529 Bernstein. Edward. 358 Bernstein. Howard I,, 205. 300 Bernstein. Iris. 260. 519. 415. 566 Bernstein. Joe. 621 Bernstein. Joyce M., 556 Bernstein. Lonore R., 56 Bernstein, Marvin, 599 Bernstein. Ronald A., 56. 507. 5:-( Bernstein. Rosa L.. 527 Berolzhimer. Karl. 51 ' Berquisl. Burnell, 505. 516. 457 Berry. Barbara B.. 289. 554 Berry. Richard R., 235. 264. 343. 4 SO Berrv, Sydney B.. 576 Berrvhill, Betty A.. 250. 284. 548 Berschet. Marvin W.. 555, 390. 414. 505 Bcrstein. Sol., 654. 636 Berta, Mary J.. 571 Bertolino. Ramon, 525 Berutti. Martin G.. 56, 258, 260, 271, 351. 474 Besancon. Robert, 635 Besant. Wilson. 398, 414 Beschloss, Maximiiion S.. 321. 514 Beschloss. Morris R., 225. 321, 346. 349. 350. 502 Beswick, Melville, 634, 635, 636. 645 Beta Alphj Psi. 304 Belti Gtimmtt Sigmti. 300 Belli House. 578 Belli Theu Pi. 255. 467 Bettinghaus. Erwin P.. 327 Betz. Richard P.. 487 Beuttler, William R., 327, 474, 525 Bevcridge. Helen. 312 Beverly. Edward. 649 Berier Hull. 11 Beyer. William E.. 309. 474 Bezansky. Stella. 56. 563 Bhattachariee. Jyoti P.. 327 Bianchini. Albert C. 530 Biason. Rosaline T.. 56. 583 Bible. Roy H.. 458 Bicek. LaVerne. 643 Bickel. Barbara A.. 32 ' Bickel. Dwight F.. 327 Bickel. Thomas J.. 57. 518 Bielawa. Herbert W.. 290. 521 Bicnias, Ignatius M.. 57. 229, 313 Bierb.ium. William R., 258 Bierdeman, John W., 122. 361, 363 Bicritz. Paul E., 516 Bigger, John R.. 235. 344. 461 Biggs. Maurice J.. 521 Bigham. Lilbcrn E.. 478 Bild, Sydney C, 612. 621. 623 Billerman. Walter E.. 335 Bills, Mary D., 264. 547 Bills, Robert S.. 57, 356, 497 Binder, Lois J., 211, 265, 543 Bing, R.ibert. 642 Bingham, John H., 57, 228. 235, 316 524, 47-, 554 Bingman. Ralph N., 57, 314 Bingman, William E., 57, 310, 313. 514, 519 Bird, El sie J.. 268 Bird. Robert. 618 Birdsall. Bruce E.. 525 Birkett. William H., 57 Birkhimer, Edwin A,, 515 Birkeland, Stephen P,, 471 Birminghan, Donn E.. 479 Birnbaum. James A.. 485 Birtwell. Margaret A., 560 Bisch. Robert C. 57 Bischoff, Neva M,. 565 Bishop. Craig L., 57. 488 Bishop. James W,, 407. 467 Bishop. Leslie R., 57. 255. 554. 488 Bishop, Mahlon L.. 57. 468 Bishop, Robert E,. 383 Bisinella. Angelo J., 57 Biska. Harold. 616. 622 Biska. Joy M.. 57. 217. 220. 410. 411. 540 Bistritz. Herbert S.. 57 Bittcrman. Arnold A.. 57. 485 Bitterman, Jay L., 520 Bjoering. Jussie, 286 Blachman, Martin M.. 57 Black. Beverly A., 290. 560 Black, Elinor J.. 57, 546 Black. George. 634 Black, Phyllis M., 553 Black. Richard D.. 323 Black. Robert A., 58. 235. 472 Black, Robert L,. 474 Black, William H.. 272 Blackman. Martin. 323 Blackmore. William. 655 Blackwell, Henry B.. 490 Blackwell. Joseph H,. 58, 463 Blaha. Eli W.. 58 Blair, Leslie J.. 58 Blaisdell. Elbert M., 58 Blake. Frank E,, 58, 323 Blake, Oscar E., 332 Blake. Richard P., 472 Blake. Roger C. 492 Blakely. George P., 472 Blaker. Nancy. 58. 535 Blakeslee, Robert A,. 464 Blanchard. Robert. 474. 517 Blanchard. Townsend E,. 220. 225. 228. 251, 247, 501. 474 Bland. Arnold (.,.. 301. 516, 540 Bland. Elaine R.. 540. 577 Bland. M.irtha F.. 565 Blankenship, Lester D., 326 Blanyer. Carl G,, 58, 229, 272, 305, 510, 514, 520 Blase, Carl J,. 492 Blasius, Robert H,. 58, 323 Blazina, Martin, 618 Blcck. John E.. 526 Bleck, John H.. 58. 508 Bleck. Thomas F.. 58. 508 Blocker. Martin J,. 475 Bleiser. Samuel H.. 295 Blessman. Richard H.. 58. 301. 529 Blevins, MarjorieA,. 549 Blicharski. Edward ?.. 355 Blick, Joseph G.. 525 Blilcr. James W.. 318, 461 Blinick. George H.. 627, 654, 656 B liss. Beverly J,, 295. 572 Bliss. John W.. 295 Block. Elise H,. 567 Block. Fred, 634. 656 Block " 1 " . 246. 439 Block. Marilyn R,. 294. 575. 642 Block. Miriam. 289 Block, Renee B.. 560 Block. Rita M., 577 Blodgett, Robert W,, 480 Blomberg, Margurite L,. 266. 541 Bloodgood. Owen H,. 495 Bloom. J. Clifton. 456 Bloomberg. Adrienne. 580 Bloomquist. Kenneth G.. 293. 540. 545 Bloomquist. Wanda V.. 251. 361, 574 Bloomquist, Yngve S.. 58, 325 Blount, Joan E.. 289 Blount. Joyanne C. 416, 544 Blue, Patricia A.. 361, 574 Blue. Phyllis J.. 557 Blue, Shirley J.. 570 Bluestein, June, 560 Blum, Edward I., 235. 496 Blum. Ellen R,. 242, 552 Blum. Sigmund. 58. 502 Blumenthal, Betty. 360. 580 Blumcnthal. Linda M,, 576 B ' fiai R ' rith Hillet Fnutidtttion. 560 Bo,inl of Friileinily AHmt,, 254 BiiarJ of Trusltel, 18 Boaz. Cecil P,. 58, 505. 520 Bobbins. Mildred E.. 551 Bober. Joan S,. 580 Bobzien. Fred. 622 Bockman. Theodore. 399, 4l4, 500, 622 Bodcman. John W.. 456 Hodeiunann. Joan. 537 H.idenschatz, Carl A,, 497 Boehl, Muriel C, 550 Boehmc. Carl J.. 58. 351 Bocrio, Charles, 355, 376. 382, 482 Boerman, Herb. 583 Boese, Marion F,, 58. 535 Boesiger. Jack V,. 336 Bogaard. Barbara J.. 550 Bogan, Robert. 621 Bogard. Morris R.. 277 Bogart. Ernest. 300 Bogolub, Lenore, 58. 580 Bohbnnk, Mary A. L., 561 Bohl, Robert W,, 356 Bohn, Nancy J,, 571 Bohn, Virginia J., 574 Bohon, Allen R., 462 Bohon. Scott E,. 59. 277, 336. 357, 462 Bohrer, Donald M., 235, 254, 258, 290. 505 Boiars, Nikodems E., 59 Bokenkamp. Alice, 362 Bokenkamp, Harry, 346, 362 Bokenkamp. James W.. 362 B.ikcnkamp, Robert W., 562 Bokenkamp. Steve, 362 Bokman. William W,. 472 Bolatto. Doris E,. 59. 309. 330. 577 Bolle, Suzanne. 540 Boiling. Matlie. 643 Bolsum, Tawny, 490 Boltmann, Dorothy M,. 546 Bolton, Joyce E,. 565 Bolton. Russell. 264. 457 Bomba. Joseph S., 59. 237. 528 Bombaugh. Nona J.. 558 Bona. Albert J.. 520 Bonar, Donna M.. 211. 283. 535 America s Finest Candy! The HemH Bar The Heath Bar is truly America ' s finest candy l ecause only choice ingredients-chocolate, sugar, ])utter, and ahnonds--are used in its manufacture. Eveiy hite is a crunchy bit of good- ness. Try one today! It ' s supremely delicious. Mfg. by L. S. HEATH SONS, ROBINSON. ILLINOIS I n c 661 Bond. David R., 515 Bond. Dorothy E.. 59, iH. 328 Bond. John H.. Jr.. 521 Bondy. Fred J.. 250. 483 Bone. David J.. 417. 480 Bone, Delmar H.. 59. 4 ' s ■ Bone. Robert G.. 39 Bone. William K.. 331. 475 Bonk, Helen. 59. 560 Bonn. Bruno R., 316 Bonnell. Georgia M.. 574 Bonucci. Peter A.. 350 Boo. William, 525 Bookwalter, George N., 59, 527 Boon. William C. 467 Boone. Ralph. 598. 601 Booth, Robert A., 481 Booz. Gordon D., 334 Boquist. Glen, 361, 527 Borchart, Eugene K., 457 Borcherding. Richard M.. 59. 324. 346 Bordeaux, Dean R.. 605 Bordon. Gerald H.. 595. 600. 651 Borek. Dolores. 627, 633. 634. 611 Borgatell, Ralph F., 59, 294, 52K Borgolte. Albert. 635 Borhek, James T.. 294. 521 Borke, Mitchell, 635 Borker, Barbara A.. 566 Borklund. Carl W., 504 Borkon. Benjamin M.. 483 Borkovitz, Peter E., 338, 520 Borkowski. Bruno A., 59, 32O. 528 Boritowski. Mieczyslaw L.. 627 Borland, Jacqueline A., 574 Borman, Herbert R., 475 Born, Barbara P., 570 Born, Gwendolyn A., 59, 570 Born. James H,. 289 Bornholdt, Constance. 561 Bornholdt. Donald W., 294 Borok. Leonard, 289, 529 Borowick, Helen I., 564 Borowsky, Colman H., 511 Borregard, Glenn E., 459 Borromeo, Consuelo N., 576 Borromeo, Jose N., 59 Borta, Frank W., 59 Borton, Gail I., Jr., 530 Borucki, Edward A., 627, 634, 637 Boruszak, Donald L.. 483 Boruszak. James M.. 483 Bosch, Bernard G.. 355 Bossemeyer, Hans R., 532 Bost, Ward, 637 Boston, Edith S., 535 Boston, Richard R., 292, 339, 465 Boswell, John R.. 605, 617 Bott, Virginia L.. 577 Bottorft, Arthur A., 220, 305. 347 Bouas, Raymond L., 522 Boub. Kenneth W.. 260, 490 Boubelik. Richard J., 59, 288, 290, 530 Bouc, Otto, Jr., 59, 276, 305, 492 Boughton, Charles R.. 525 Boulden. James B.. 59, 248, 352, 390, 487 Bouldmg. Ernest A., 59, 304, 310. 314, 325 Bourland, Ralph E., 60. 316 Bouslog. Wayne A., 60, 329 Bovee, Robert P., 60 Bovik. Robert E.. 60 Bowald, Alfred A., 525 Bowen, Charles E., 25. 247 Bowen, Jean B., 539 Bowen, Howard, 29, 232, 300 Bowen. Willa C, 60. 540 Bower. Alexander T., .301, 314 Bower. J. Leeds, 506 Bower. Ralph E.. 205 Bowers, Lorris M., 308 Bowers, Paul D.. Jr., 475 Bowers, Richard J.. 60. 4 1 Bowes. James R,, 60 Bowland. Al, 295 Bowles, John, 484 Bouliiig Crten Vnirersity, 399 Bowman, Arvid N., 530 Bowman, Charles, 335 Bowman, John J., 351, Add Bowman, Louis, Jr., 60 Bowsher, Charles A.. 295, 491 Bowsher, Jack E., 295, 491 Boxerman, Roslyn M., 415, 552 Boyar, Ira, 321 Boyce, John C, 327 Boyd, Donald O.. 484 Boyd, Hattie A., 538. 563 Boyd, Richard W.. 350. 530 Boyd, Robert B., 495 Boyd, William C, 205 Boyer. Donald R., 527 Boyer, Tenney J., 476 Boyer, William E., 294. 462 Boyle. Austin J.. 60 BoyU. John G., 383, 472 Boyle, Marjorie M.. 302. 581 Boyle, Stuart A., 321 Boyles, Virginia L., 560 Boys. Robert D.. 529 Boys. Rosemary. 568 Bozartn. L.:ila M.. 415, 562 Brackett. Jane E.. 315 Bradburn. James T., 60 Bradd, Sidney H., Jr., 60, 258, 307, 464 Biadel, Thomas E., 595. 600 Brademas. Thomas B.. 224, 235, 343, 363. 456 Bradfisch. Donald E.. 60. 304 Bradley. Edwin B.. 60. 208. 213. 398. 406. 414. 495 Bradley. Minnie. 290 Bradley. Warren, 617 Bradshaw. Donald H.. 345 Bradshaw, Ean C, 542 Bradshaw, Jean C, 60 Bradshaw, Max R.. 522 Bradshaw. Richard B.. 528 Brady. Donald G.. 480 Brakensiek, Donald L.. 60. 303. 323. 362 Bramblett, Beverly F.. 307. 577 Bramel. Robert G.. 347 Bramlet, Robert N.. 487 Brams. Elaine. 307. 552 Branch. James. 340 Branch. Robert. 399 Brandon. Harold L., 478 Brandon. Henry J., 354. 355, 478 Brandsma, Leroy, 317, 325 Brandt, David R., 318, 362 Brandt, Wallace E., 345, 361 Brandzel. Marilyn A.. 567 Branigan. Daniel M., 60, 472 Branigan. Duane. 236 Brannick. Thomas. 616, 619 Brannon, James, 635 Brannon, Mildred J., 363 Branom, William H., 260, 467 Bransky, Ralph N., 524 Brantingham, Donald A.. 359, 467 Brantley. Herbert L., Jr., 294 Branz, Elwin E., 347, 530 Brase, Fern L., 362. 574 Brasel. Roy G., 474 Brasure, Carol A.. 293 Bratman, Robert, 621 Bratrude. Amos P., Jr.. 529 Bratton. John. 336 Brauer, Henry S., 483 Braught, Donald M., 60. 528 Braun. Catherine H., 283, 534 Braun, David L., 465 Braun. Garwood A.. 481 Braun. Gustav. 60. 309. 318. 339 Braun. Howard. 339. 369. 398 Braun, Ilene R., 580 Braverman, Morton J., 524 Bray. James N.. 467 Brayton. Robert. 383, 506 Brazelton, David H., 61 Brazier, Rita, 412. 525 Brearley. Harrington. Jr.. 289 Bredar, James A.. 386. 465 Breed. Edwin R.. 61. 518 Breen, Edward. 304 Breen, James J., Jr., 61, 459 Breese, Wayne L., 290, 500 Bregstone, Fern L., 536 Brehmer, Marlene L.. 575 Bremer. James. 622 Bremner, Ellen L., 557 Bremser. Rudolph E.. 343. 506 Brenna. Lloyd J.. 61. 324 Brennan. Lawrence E.. 61 Brennan. Richard L., 474 Brennan. William. 614. 619 Brenner. Howard, 620 Brenner. Nathan G.. 61. 460 Brenner. Roy L., 307, 515 Brensley, Joseph B., 495 Brenlu ' iod. 516 Bresee, Jeanne, 61, 555 Bresee. Joyce A., 61, 276. 515, 336, 537, 555 Breskin. Neal S., 61. 335, 338, 524 Bressler, Leonard, 616, 620 Brethorst, Janice T.. 61, 290 Brewbaker, Oliver L.. 230. 355, 497 Brewer, Joseph G.. 498 Brewer. Donald D., 318, 504 Brewer. Mel. 369, 574, 383 Brewster, James R., 472 Brewster. Jodell C, 573 lan, Marcelline M., 577 ichford. Douglas A.. 289. 506 ick, Mary J.. 561 cker. Helen S., 580 dgeland. James G., 461 dges. John E.. 463 dgewater. Warren T., 205 dgman. Charles, 650 lere, Shirley J., 581 iggs, Gordon E., 61, 324 iggs, Marilyn L., 551 ight, David B., 458 Bright, James O.. 61. 294, 310. 319 ght. William J.. 487 ghton, Gerald D.. 300. 304 ghton. William. 300 II, Adrienne E.. 566 II. James A.. 290, 461 II, Norman, 620 ra. James R.. 321, 522 Brin, Donald H., 520 Briney, William F., 61 Bringman. Donald B.. 205 Brinker, Nathalia D.. 544 Brinkerhoff. George E.. 61. 322. 3 s. 456 Brinkman, Ramon M.. 484 Brischke. Marilyn E.. 585 Brissenden. Beverlv A.. 528. 562 Bristol. Frederick R.. 335 Bristol. George R., 226, 554. 359, 497 Bristow. David. 618 Britten, Clarence W.. 478 Britten, Gale M.. 528. 569 Brix, Karl, 295, 497 Brix, Willedotte, 290. 544 Broadrick. King. 32 Broadwalk, The. 8 Broadway. Frances, 562 Brock, Edgar A., 508 Brockman, Robert. 616. 619 Brockmeier. Corinne A.. 289, 534 Brockmeier. Edward L.. 295, 469 Brockrogge. Donald F., 61, 323, 524 Brod, Myrun. 52 Broday. Albery J., 61. 483 Brodie. Allan G., 210, 595, 598, 600, 688 Brodie, Barbara B., 307 Brodie, Donald H., 307 Brodie. Fred, 618 Brodsky, Lorraine I., 564 Brody. Theodore. 635 Broerman. John R.. 468 Brogen. Robert C, 500 Brolander, Glen E.. 61, 252, 235, 261, 301, 484 Bromley, Arthur L.. 61, 323 Bronson. Donald R.. 525 Bronze Tahiti. 205 Brooke, Roger G., 465 Brooks, Charlene E.. 563 Brooks. Edna B.,-62. 572 Brooks. James, 62, 303, 316, 318. 332 Brooks, Mark, 634, 650 Brookshier, William K.. 205 Brosky. Alfred E., 375, 576, 380, 382 Brothers, Paul L., 490 Brotos, James A.. 529 Brough, Robert H.. 479 Brouillette. Richard V.. 62. 528 Brouwer, Henry J., 347 Brower, Mrs. Max. 516 Browery. 516 Brown. Arnold, 291. 292 Brown. Beverly J., 535 Brown, Bruce M., 351, 508 Brown, Carol M.. 550 Brown. Charles E.. 62. 380, 382, 4l4, 484 Brown, Claire E., 62, 507 Brown, Daniel P.. 456 Brown. Donald J.. 62 Brown. Donald J., 488 Brown. Dorothy. 644 Brown. Edwin. 649 Brown. Elaine E.. 577, 642 Brown, Elinor S., 555 Brown, Ethel N., 293 Brown, Floweree. 289 Brown, Frazier K., 205 Brown, Gale, 333 Brown, Gloria, 576 Brown. Hugh N.. 205 Brown. James. 62, 463 Brown. James D., 516 Brown. James L.. 62, 235, 456 Brown, James, 530 Brown, John C., 492 Brown. John G., 351, 469 Brown, John W., 648 Brown, Kenneth O., 466 Brow-n, Lazzerow, 62, 463 Brown, Lee D.. 480 Brown. Mary K., 562, 713 Brown, Millicent G.. 567, 713 Brown. Milton R.. 482 Brown. Murray R.. 485 Brown, Ora L., 62, 530, 552 Brown, Pembroke, 300. 504 Brown, Phyllis J., 62, 557 Brown, Ralph W.. 62. 501, 505 Brown, Raymond J., 62, 229, 314 522 Brown, Richard K., 551, 358 Brown. Richard L., 62, 525 Brown, Richard W., 509 Brown. Robert A., 40 Brown. Robert H.. 62, 465 Brown, Robert P.. 62 Brown, Robert W.. 294, 330, 457 Brown, Roger K., 62, 56I Brown, Roger W., 62, 550 Brown, Russell D., 345. 504 Brown. Russell T.. 65 Brown. Scott W., 65 Brown. Shirley Ann. 551 Brown. Shirley Anne. 413. 560 Brown. Thoriias E.. 276. 484 Brown. Thomas J.. 355 Brown. Thomas K.. 63. 315. 314, 324, 354, 482 Brown, Truman A.. 63 Brown. Wade K.. 559. 559 Brown. William B.. 515 Brownell. Arthur F., 321 Brownheld. Shelby H.. 316 Browning. David H., 515 Brozek, Donald A., 519 Brubaker. Helen J., 245, 284. 302. 328. 565 Brubaker, Jo Anne, 561 Bruchmann. Jack P.. 475 Bruckner. Walter, 356 Bruder, Charles W.. 294, 518, 466 Bruder, Esther J., 254, 284, 547 Brue, Nancy Ann. 65. 239. 515. 537 Brueggemann, Marie E., 65, 562 Bruggen, Bernhardt B,, 516 Bruggen. John A.. 497 Brumback. Alan G., 65, 504 Brummer, Jackie D., 471 Brunk. John G.. 525 Brunkow. Virginia, 615, 644 Brunnemeyer. Bettie J., 290, 575 Brunnemever. Jovce E-, 550 BrUnner, Milton F., 63, 516 Bruno. Barbara J., 342, 552 Bruno, Edward L, 627, 634. 637 Bruno. Raymond A.. 520 Bruns. Nona J.. 63, 242, 341, 557 Brunt, Ralph O., 321, 517 Brush, K. Richard, 472 Brush, Ronald A.. 359 Brust. Howard A., 293, 465 Brux, Adolph F., 65, 229, 324, 346. 499 Bruyn, Severyn T., 562, 516 Bryan, Donald L., 540, 481 Bryan, Joe, 650 Bryan, Leslie A., 21 Bryan, Phyllis J., 569 Bryant, Francis L., 468 Bryant, Marjorie M., 413, 562 Bryngelson, Barbara A., 411, 415. 546 Bubb. Robert L.. 482 Bubel. Robert M.. 506 Buchanan. Austin W.. 508 Buchanan, James M., 468 Buchanan, Nancy R., 556, 570 Buchholz, Barbara A., 528, 569, 570 Buck, Nancy L.. 576 Buck. Samuel J.. 290. 528 Buck. Thomas. 63. 500, 304 Buckhart, Richard, 495 Buckler, John A., 347 Buckley, Arthur, 60 Buckmaster, Barbara G., 294. 554 Buczkowski. Edward S.. 515 Buddemeier, Maurice R., 63 Budris, Edmund C, 65, 540 Buenger, George L., 295. 525 Buenger, Richard C, 5ji Buer, Otto E.. 529 Buescher. Mary E., 63, 558 Buford. Barbara J.. 289. 553 Buford. Richard H.. 63 Bugan, Kenneth G., 485 Buley, Ernest R., 224. 260, 345. 497 Bull, Alice J., 63, 528, 563 Bull, George E.. 627, 634 Bullard. Patrick W.. 63, 332 Bullock, Doris L., 416 Bullock, Dorothy M.. 63, 576 Bultinck, Delores H., 575 Bundsgaard, Naomi, 64. 306, 315, 570 Bunn, Barbara J., 64, 289, 315 Bunn, Irvin C, 257, 275, 305, 316 Bunnell. Donald L.. 256, 501 Bunta, Helen, 342, 543 Bunting. Beverly A., 568 Bunting. Kemp F., 346 Bunting. Thomas. 617 Bunting. Wilber J.. 284. 375. 482 Bunting. William L.. 501, 482 Burch. Jerrv P., 64. 550 Burck. Max. 300 Biiienu of Comminiily Planning. 32 Burgard. John P., 354. 473 Burgess. Barbara J.. 239, 288. 537 Burgoyne, Roy G., 327, 531 Burke, Alverne E., 413. 438 Burke. James J.. 332 Burkee. Ralph. 600 Burkett. Gerald. 600. 651 Burkhart. John H.. 522 Burkitt. Paul E.. 374 Burnett. Barbara A.. 224. 250. 254. 266. 302. 342. 421, 426, 550 Burnett, Mary L.. 205 Burnett. Nancy C. 64, 547 Burnett, William J.. 288, 289, 295, 491 Burney, John E., 523 Burnier, Jeannine M.. 547 Burns, Arden L.. 555 Burns. Daryl R.. 345 Burns, Gloria J., 64, 557 Burns, Marilyn G., 64 Burnstein. 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