University of Illinois - Illio Yearbook (Urbana Champaign, IL)

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It is siiltlrlllltlg inoit- th.m lllsl Iiuiltlings :intl clcttlronit' hraiins. lt is at tfllllllllllllly . . . at toinmuuitx ol pt-oplt-. lt is .i tomniunits t-sisti ng lor at spctilit purpose: to ctlutzttt' thost' who tonlt- to its tloois lu lwtoiut- it-sponsililv ltxitlt is in tht' worltl totlxiy, :intl to prohc tlct-pct' into thc unknoit'ns ol tht- unixt-ist-. lht- ltu tilts. tht- stutlt- IIIN, :intl l.llCZlillllllll5lI'1IllUll1ll'C inwpzirzilily liountl lo lllls pttrpostz I-Qiith group ol pcoplt- is iutt-grwl to thc othcrg thc tonnnunity tanmot Cxisl :intl lullill its ptttpost' without gill tlnt-t- glut IIN. As in :my toinmunity, lilc in thc l'nis't'rsits' is ai mixturt- ol niootls gintl Lttliolls. lht-rc is conformity :intl zipzttliyz ul'OlIlUl'lIlllf' to thzit whi h is trivizil :intl xipaitlir towgirtls thgit whith is incztningliulf' Tlicrc is rclzixaition :intl plczisurc t'n'ough pzirtitipzition in tht- niziny sotiqil cvt- llls :intl Cxtr:t-t'tn'rit'ulzn' aictivitics. But. Iictciusc of t'it- purpose ol lllls tommuuity. tht-ic is :ilso tlt-tIi- cation :intl hztrtl stutly: tlctliczition to onc's profession :intl hairtl stutly lor ltnowlt-tlgtr. Although the structure ol' the University community is unique, in onc zispctt it is siinilzu' lo other commttnitics: thcrc is always at sczirfh for thc l'ltim:itc. On tznnpus. sonic tonstiously HI' ITY AND ADMINI TRATION lt untonstiouslx' sczirtli lor it on thc sotittl ltitltlt-i. tht- p.nts tntun. oi in tht- .iltoholit .itino , , A N phcrt' ol' at ticztrlmx' puh: othcrs st-:ntli througli tlist llssltllls in tht- st-t lutlrtl tlllll tllllllt llalllf fl "'l""' ol at tollcc shop: others. who rtxilift- tht- nut- signilit.nitt ul tht I nist isiti. loolt lot ll III Ill' lil orattorv. in thc lilirztry. :intl in tht' house ol woisnp. .Xll thcsc tliiiI!s1i1'Cl1girtol lilicingi l'nixt-rsiix tonnnunits: .intl it-t. sonit- ol tht-in .nt- t llls IXI' . . - ,. A -- I -- - --' l I tntlt-nt. :intl oltcn lorgottcn. I-lui-tn tht' t-ic ol tht pliotogmpliti mptutts IIN IIHIHH1 1ll""f ' " N ' l"it-ultx' 'tntl 'ttltninistrwtors -is thu' liit' tht- xt-gir lflfiilz tht- l-lllllllll "l Nll"l""'N f"'i"ii'12 'l""' '-fm-mfuit-C t-Q-us" thc tensions ol' thc ntintl wht-n L'XQIllIs h.ing olllillfitls in tht- :iir . . . tht- lrowns ol "pliilosopIicrs" -intl "polititi4ins" in ht-gut-tl tllstllssltlll . , . tht' solitntlt- ol gi tlttlitzitt-tl 'n l'vitlu'il ctiffwctl in -i strutwlc with thc iiiiltii-its-ii . . . tht- quit-I hours ivlit-n it-IIHIIHQ llllfllll tti . Dt, -I ss . the tlreanns ol tomorrow. 'l'his is :in intimzitc glimpse ol gi tonnnumts gintl its pt.-oplt-. . . I 2 ,Q 'vfl in . a I ,'., , Q 'X U . . - ' rhe United , vcry university community is built around a center of information Ours, the largest stgte umversltY lgrarxjlres each year, BeVlE ' '- -' .I 1 ' :wi mil. EAGQOOO volumes. This number grows at the rate of approximately 200.00 VO 'Ce am nifed Old Bcvicr Ha year. H., f-nv,-v"4-1 --ff' 'Hr -M , - , 1 r , ,..,..-. .,rqf-Q-531131 L.-. - - -- ' ' ' r- '. "e f , 5,- Thc huge beams of the Fine and Applied Arts Building loom up near Huff Gym. lt will provide space for art and architecture classes. Tlac rguddy. planked wfalk over the steam tunnel construction area Across from the law building, grassy areas are torn up as CIUSC mafw S 'DS and BUS fOr SfUdeHTS durlng Our drerwchmg rains. workmen and surveyors continue their construction. i , is , .I I sa Up . . ' f .I , fy J tsp. -5,-,. 1 .,,, 1 -s MH- , I 51- I wk. - --' V f , , , Q1 sr, Q X X, - 5 tr- im? . K " Wi 3, , I4 'QQ ' '-1 ' 1 YW' f g I nm 1.1 , e C , s . . 1, ,YA . , -A ' ' A. ' ' . I fi 1 V x 4 1 4 8 174 buili are n0f ' the Univ is always Heaps of clay, ture classes. 2 torn up as struction. V-1 'I' xii 1 i 'Y 1 .. ,A ' 'E:E 1 .9 "V: 72 .1111 .-' U' '1 u ' .-,,,., if' i .--'R?f"A'- 5 . 'ng' -3? ' 162 il' T6 N .si A t 797 Pin Pvtfi-4 ' gifs ,.jjf"'- 3 .. 'fr-Q--, ' X'-e.."' ,L ' J,,..f. vs, Q? n 1 ." 6 - E .r fin . A . if- ab. K' U "Asa 31 174 buildings are not enough . . . the University community is always expanding. The first half r Hn- F'iii,'.- , i, ,i i .-.igf.i"-XY ,i'.- -uffii' LI Ilriw Ivvvx In iii Li' 5 ' Yr' Hcgypg gf clay, nmrkud lux, tim' cn rm' w V .1 , 5 '7 . r'? .1 ,l n if . . 'i' 4 'sw-Q-. :H '-f , ,, . , -ff' -' f PWA ' 0 I"' 'H' ,abc A ,sinh ' r I, U ' .I'-Hrqgy, '-I ' ,C ' .?fA I ' '. Tix' H -D. ' ' - I .' 4 , , , :' ' ' A UW , 4 s , -raw V -if,".' ' f 925. .. ,J .T 'ml .- 4, f' ' . -A L!"Z'i"'Te1fi, if i'?"a'ilS'2S-'.f ' i A i ,'Y""". -, ".. , or . ' .' , .nsff-'fv'f . afL.'...- .. s . ". s- - 1 ' 4, . V ,- - -M +1 A 1 f f' A i fi- .il5:,'?'1 ' '- '- . ',, .. "jd , ' , ' -V Qi5QfQ5"5f -'.., f' ' -, . L ' A . ,-' 4- . . frggwiif -A-,f fig - ga ,, . . ' "fin i ' , - - '--f, H Q., iz" ' '. ,114 ' ' .51 ,Y f ' e - I A .'1.ili"g.'!'hv 1 4 ..lr.?4r-J. J I 0 , ' ,AA v: ,, , ' 1 fy., ' ,Lf ff 'byte' '.a:. 8 - , ' ' - .. .f, Aging. 'A-1 'fgf-. -I . In l. I 4 , I 4-. , ,,.., +A.. i , , f , - , "5" f- "f'5.'f' UQ "lf ' " cs' 'f ' I- ' X a' f ' 1 -Hbfirfa " sk - 'v.s'-sf ' , L Q . A 1" - f Lex,-.Q ' eff- .. 4. - -rx - " v-.- fe '-- .1 ' 'fad-i' 'af' H- "' ' ' I 'Jr 1 .'--:A ' u . . - - , FY' ,, . .' I 1 ' J .f1,1 .' ' 4:1 . '- , , -,.f, . ' " ' " 4 -Y I f-r' - ll ' ,- ' .- .' fl f ' - Q f-fr f. V :p . ,- - - .r - , -f , . , . f by- ' ..- . Q L5 1-voflfjt -x f-' '-44' ,A ' 'rs-yr 0.1 . I, Sith- ' A1W!,1"f A V .. "f .A ' T-.- .-L4-1 ,-. " 1 9 1 'N' 4. We live, worlr, and learn N within the concrete, brick, and steel . . . The bell that once called students to chapel, and the clock that used to be hand-wound are class gifts novv in the Union tower. They once were located in the tvvo towers of University l-lall which stood lust south of the present Union. The face of the clock has been rejuve- nated by Ci ceramic engineer to prevent vvear and discoloration. HU"d'fdS Ol tier 'UHZSYCH filGmCf1fS l3f'1ClUC9 5 Sffllfmg effect during darkness within the modern, newly finished mens residence halls The cyc of a camcm fu .. 4,r.w'.-..v. IWUIIQIIYWX' f'HWfLxrvw x 141-Uvvm vw ""rQ"f The new physics building Crm I, I K .v A '.. 1 V Q' , . Q , 'r-. I ' U W, X-rv' f -.."'+-1'-2'.. ' "Q-.N fl ,v "July I .S+ 669 women lnvu ' ' ' ' ' ' 'V ' XB , ' . an ..--S fo fn. -"TY" P V , l s-53mg al' j, ,. yu--yy.-.--.,,...'j..L .- .1 . lux z...i-si" The tower has not been changed although the building has seen two additions. A stone marker just north ot the tower reveals that the bells are a class gitt. Far below the enormous bells is the keY' board used only on special occasions. gs.-:swf -4 'Dinan '.1.KQ"'Y,:lf,' A'--IV J" -au Y --If Al ld H. . .1 - A , ' w me 1ll l ilt .1 ri., library in lS96, was turned over to the College Qt Law in 1925 ., - , 'rf .3 rfiicr,-rllv named Altgeld Hall in 1955 an . - ' s 2 Q, ,. Cl T th in r- f' r the Department ot Mathematics glven O 9 College O The chimes of old lllbrary Tower" marlr time for us Professor Robert Gra assisted by Ber- ya nard Steinberg, plays the chimes. The homf ,Bs ., ,V , Since the Fan of lg! the town-r is the key- msions. 'd by BCI'- Wes. 1 l 'Y . Q4 s .. 1, 'ig' ,s xqf 'Ni' 9' ' X. rw 4- " alth ffl ' ' gf Hong' ou u u The home of ROTC hosts our registration and athletic events Xxx! s 7' 'iq 1' --f- u . ' , nv, 4 V ' ' A' Q . 4 ' - ' 4,f s . ls. I U I. ".xxf.xl:H . ' -- f ' e 'Xi 3 n 'M ' 1 r C07 . if J.-,, ,"' a-ff 'JWI7 -4 .Du-.A.4. Since the Fall of 1955 " ,.. " 2 " 'A 3 IVU' -7 J' , ,,, ,,....-.pp-.w-xl:-91-1-'1' , 1,n.. Ain' -v r e - .4-.nv 1-v-'-eu:r?vF!4'Qf-'.--A V." Qi--1 ' " --: .4 - 'f - N. . 1, ' 1' I . .,,. ' 1. -- . ..,.f. , . .wx I f' . . -ix, .. 2 . ,uc u, -.., .. Lg - -7.1.4.5 -- . ' ,' ,.- . ."'. ' "' "a ' . 41 -H-N- . - .-- 11-:-f-1,-,, , -. , l X Yet, we lose 1 St' O X something familiar . . . with the fall ol the Ma-Wan-Da tree goes a rich tradition. -. ' . -Q.. N " ' And so we lose an ancient friend. Never again will the Ma-Wan-Da plaque lung tlncrc to pay honor and recognition to the male leaders of the Campus. Ncvcr again will the gigantic tree shade the roaring, cheering mobs of a pep rally, Never will the sheltering branches entice the weary student. . ' 2 ,"' . x i - ' . ' . f ! l 1 X' - . K ll ,f W X ,. s - , - , . . f -. . x X . ,' ' ,f ' ' , f . , 7 X ., H ::'- f K' V, was J, , . x 5, f -, - -+A. . -' , ..w:'.f'L1f"2'. M , " 'nf if , 1 What grows up must come down, even- at the gig Dense of our shade. Returning alumni sef1Se loss of the famous campus landmark. , ,- , ' ' Q A bit of the humble established in l876, The gil many a fs l tree Qx , 1 K Q V. wf The ex- sense the Zz. Still, life continues, and some thlngs never change 1 ,. M! A bit of thc humble found nnwml the prqlnl rm' 'XJ ff g ' 1 Csfnblashcd IH 1876, us the oldest wui cxpcrlmwwr he-M Il! 4 .f rv, The gifts of other generations ,m L . , . many Arc .15 prnctucnl .15 thu .ure .vrvr.x'i!:-.L- ,iw .4 Y The IBM cards We somehow we STM Classes begin soo: of purchasing the - is N31 Qin", 'QQ -liking iunu .slim 'UU' Q1 .Qii iii lhld lit llflaq 111 Imran ihi Ill! ilm INK! lun Q IU I QIMH1 lhwf-fwl Kiwi Ili! 1113 CI Iii! li-3 lil 111 Eli! ilti lil! ill llxfiil ? A J R 'in 'N 3 ,iixxg ,, - X . X K . N .eg 'L "' Nix The IBM cards make regnstmtufm much cow,-f f r the .,f1'wfv rm.. v 'nnzehow we 'tull encounter the annul frw,tr.m',m .m.i .iw lr.u.:f'v f .,-v'-""" ,lv-' Frcshmcn, wmrmq M 4 L . 7,,v V . , . . .we are reduced to a number and a card Classes begin soon after the cxpcnswc and rlrmg pmcmurv of purchasing the necessary textbooks and supplies. 'N-e me For those who pvc-register lv rv v u If 34. ,Y U, :I .l,7, wg, ,V ' .- ', 1 x 'I . S ell 35,7 457 ' ,- if-sv" '.' ".' sf' .tg-n-Y We move faster in the chill ol the autumn air . . - 4.1- Cheerleaders make grim faces as one' more fumble by the Illini makes a victorY almosl lmposslble' l The first dance each fall of Chief llliniwek Uohn Forsythl is at the pep rally before the season's first football game. With a turkey as first prize and contestants who will do anything to win, Turkey Run transforms the quadrangle into a three-ring cirCUS- I8 A sign from a pep rally and street dance is most appro- priately trampled on the ground but goes unnoticed. The excitement Of C ...and o ol compet Although the rules ball, intramural foc f--,' t E 4 6'!' 's W X M' 1 x : n , in A 459 Y 1' L' 1 f , 1 , A al l +4 -sr I3 S --:wa-fr:-1-'s'1M's'r"z:1'.'f:11r1r:vg"rfr:9a1fr-'sewa ge-.1-. - -.?..--fre:-fe --V-. .----..- A "V" r - - - .- .--.,. 'Q 5 .gg',..1:-: fe ,gs js-'-51,7-5:-:--'fe-:'S-11.45:55-:',1.:s1-'-I-1-'-"" ' N -g- W4-.' . f ,.,.--,,--..v.- . ci v J Before the big weekend, the entire campus is cleaned and made ready for the big celebration. Lawns are raked and welcome signs are put up to greet the alums. ,zfzl X' ,..- i' 4,W t aff' KlDNEl BMS. P LD Elaborate constructi Cl ho . T -on an urs of wo k , o allow more visitors to view the disglayio Fl?ggge:lO2wecgIming decorations " an e traffic control l. 20 Earning a few extra dollars and a tree ticket, students sell programs before and at the game, Still, we concern ourselves with the tradition ol homecoming . . . Bflfkihg over the PA system, Everett Kisinger directs the band at late afternoon practice. Traditionally, the HO the eve of the game 4 f l I Michigan State is gr Eve It the young 0 He: Q 'ree ticket the gamei VBS 't Kisinger n practice. 1 Traditionally, the Homecoming queen is pre5ented and cf.,x.-.vwwi an the cvc of the game at the pep rally IH from ef the Umfjn 'QQQCJ 7 L UT" 'iii 1. -r. ,Y .Q :lm Michigan State is grccfcd by The fN1.1rChmg lllnm m forrwml: rw Even the young ones emu the exgnrcrffc x v L E, Queen Lix Hamilton .' -'rv'fKl"',""v 1 1 Lix watches . , 1- 7-un .om .1 . , 4 .1 Kiev, I 'ua'-H, -'gan ' ' .' v' -' A . K rn ' '-L..a3-. J X Wand hopes ' ' i i g . . and stunt show i is a dramatic climax lor an eventful weekend. This happy fellow and his comrade try to trick Ali Baba and his forty-two thieves, but they receive the wrong end of the bargain. 7 .9 I l 22 I f if f-W-,. . ,nw Weeks of practice go into any stunt show, a winner or not. Each word, movement, and routine is perfected before finals. A slight change in name and the Greek comedy, "The Frogs,',', by Aristophanes, transforms into a stunt show, "The Toads. l The winnin oriental twi The sweeps L Thu- wunmnq produchon Thx' swcx'pSY.1kL", ' ' 'ar .4 C, ,Yhvvv ,wwf L .44 li. HBH 15.5 The big dances offer us a pleasant change ol pace.. Beaux-Arts Ball was this year's version of the annual Panhellenic dance. During the evening an "Ideal Girl" from each sorority was presented. A sabre-arch, sparkling uniforms, and clever decorations distinguish the Military Ball. Sponsors are escorted through the arch. 1 lsi 24 I -41 W Behind the scenes of SCEVT6'-UUE ' "5 A quiet break "Qa- Sno-Ball ir rfe , vb. tra F 5" AY . Ilg - ' l. ,l '1 X l l i , ' X 5. 1 -. A, 1 4, N SK4' nt O O arch. P'-5 . fl 55 ' . ,f i , xr' Qgswf 1 Kyi v , 2 ,. 1 3, 37' "s,::ff'?4 1 , '.w.f ,' 1 '. -. ." -swab ' 1' A ' 5 , ' 7 fini- A 1 i .g W' "',.- 'I I lb K: Q -Lx 'Hg'-hx'5 an.'1-V f " f Behind the scenes of IF Ball, a photographer catches another kind of scene-one in the powder room of Huff Gym as girls "powder noses." A quiet break from the evening's festivities is taken by a couple at the Sno-Ball in the Union. The dance is sponsored by MIA and WGS. ff X f I I .wp . A vi Z5 A delicious box lunch wlih all the lrimmmnls ITNJRIJS J date for thc Plfw.-lniiy Prom .a viii--.I urmifixnlili- .in-I ,f Us 3 -. x lk X 41 I . -1 -1 . A .. s fs ie! H Mew fm gf-'-H1 .. ,- 433..f,LLJ.. -., ...Nd rib , . . and our memories are filled with evenings such as these . . . The evening begins . . . L I Wlfh a SHOW - . , . :mn Q Mm , A . . and If ends too soon. hrcd fact fund my p CL 5 in-as ........J.L..-, Y Y 'Z' Nxl OIIIES 00' We're glad when Dad C and we're glad when he 9095 - - ching band, mingling with student- Dgjlsllgggdisngiemorial Stadium for the Wisconsin gpg To cnrcvmn Dad i. vii- -.-,i-iunfi, MIA and WGS sponsored Dads Day Review, "Advent Ages." The SHOW i ' ,f 't .i 7 l'.'4'l'.-lllTlL' entertainment, all f Cl lb per orme y students. Min Danny Nnqqon .-.1 ' ,-,yv,...-,. "Zvi-ltgflyiv O . 1, 'W The drumg . 1 .lcd ,yn pn rc CO . , . ii ku Cau 6 intrusion of civilization in the form Of the Sligview. filed look during "The First Sin" at Dads DGY 565 X U ia- -1 . S ,. t 4 4 The typical D by Dad, but c Vg V . ,',,f I illgzl. iii. f1LfQ5f1K7 A Paris the th students and Nisconsin game, n.. I Q ackn causes Leview. -J 9 4r"'i 'Nr N r nd we 'KMA The typical Dads Day Dcrby is supposed to be worn only by Dad, but once in a while exceptions are seen, For Dad thc game is probably the most cxcrnng hrghlrghr of the r.-.frg-ck end. For thirty-nine years a specnal game has been reserved for Dad L Us , s, ,0, , ku ', " 51 , - x r X x 1 -' ' f X - ,H Y , -. . I, J ' r A F V 7': . P . uw I X x-.fs 0 AJR Y xx r Q Y' 1, 5 ' 1. s n . --- 'T' ' ' 'jx Y x ' 'if' I . V - , ',3,,, A ,. - It 4 1 I . A rjkfx M s Y Q:Q, I ' N 3 X 1 f XF: " 5- "lu, .Ill X , A A H D D rs ,ff 1 ' 4 X1 ' f , 4 SH o vi f ,W 1425 r 3 1 1 f r w: A : g ' D e 1 , Q ' 'N ,f : ff f .QJLQV H-r Q Q r Xe M-Ha... +R rl 5 f D - D 5 an , .S-NX K xr. L'-. , , - X x ' TT' so 'it L . x. ,AQ . A x D N eaa- - of ef ar ,gs A , I Y r XD's SVi I I i n R ,li x x - I ,. xiwx - . ,W VN ' 'gf- ' gl, ' Y -mffuis ,A,, ,,,, d,,, .HK--4- We---me f + -Y -Y Y s -- r- M 731- A Paris the-ne encompassed the Dolphin Snow "Bonjour Pierre." as memb6fS cf The SX-'-i""T"'1Z PWCPCVEV- DVGSGPYE5 CCff'3Gf1Yf2n and comedy , . 29 , Winter briH95 both beauty ' U and destruction . . . hlfva-'Yr 111'-rn' ,-r, I i' ,4 "fn 5.1413 lf" 1 .'k'A "HI O f, ..z' ' Dunn K .WTB qi 5 IIN! week " Q ".c1iia. frgffr, rrwe w orst ice storm in fifty years st fuck and crippled me Champaign-Ufbana r . 4 ., .5351 flif' .vu .-A N' A x Q 'Qli-ffl-3 1 fu, f. rf' pf-fx ,JI we vff: . I . "ht as ..,f.r5-gm" In 15 5 .- riff Sig , 1 f w Peo? eweighflr - Q3 r :sf I H xl" I 4 ,f?+,yg, , 1. A ' is -'J . Y 5 'V' -Q ', N r , , xA J 3 - z" ,ff 2.3 w,," if V 'J- g 'Mi' Q!-ga But beauty w' rs seen rhrougl V pa. ,'., Ar' Wiz Nothi ng Wa and even hy afea. rr . . .if I I I-' xii.-4 , --' 4 . : . 'f . A 'f 'A ' uw A- ' ', flf yrlxklt -Jef!-V X., l 3' I 2 ,. li fT7 .tf8f J . w ff It 5, Qj,lf?3 F, ,U . I U 1' 5 ' 'll f. . 1 ww 1 Nxt ' -1. 5. twill-.., ,V "4 I' . . if ' f "MHA vu Q-ffrwfr :JJ li lem ' 1. - 3, ,,f,,ff, tl, p ,Aw 'ga r f.. V ' ,M , - 4 4 -1 - 3 l" - '. , pf-rf I-no-41 , , -T3 'n r . " .-Qfwpfrf . '4 . , - 'if-' - 5' . '-.n..,:.f- 4, .wg Kf- ' QR ,Q ' - -J 4,'5'ol,. :F kt . Lf ,. - r'-3-Q"'f' .. N. ,i"" ,gi ' ' ,xfjif ' ' ' ',' tif. 1 . . A M .nr-'digg .A, ... :, .,..,, .,..- ' l' "' .-. . -. " A Very few people ventured outside after the :cc began weighting down and snapping branches. ,X 1. Iwij' 7.45441 -s. NN r' 3 I fftff N 1 X V, - i v-tix X . x -X.: - ,Z ' ' ' , N 4 . , , t '? A" '. ' nfl 'E 1 5, ,Yf ' ,gif 1 t t --X x' 1' JL ' 'v"."! ' S 4 Nt, - , -'A ,, ' 1' T.. rr' , .,., L U- , - 'B . Div-.-,:K.V'x , 'f ' I -:Cv ' ty ,J f. me .. -ff 1. , 'Ls' 1 " -' .r."f9"5 A'--1 ' . 'f"Y..r'.S ' T- is .L fy T""v- ,ff tf - x. , grl fv' . - '- f,g ply np, p xi. , fx es: ' I, I r, 'L Af ' lx , .fjg - I ,V . x- f' - , X 9 W .91 x Wt nfl. A .'f'5'l' 'X ' ,rv 3 . ' ' 1' if A V... 555' . 1 41 H ,ey A' 41 'K 5 -Q:-r-:rf QT-ff, F .1-'5'e2Jl.M21'f ee F-"-'dr f' 0 4-fi ry:.:1'E Aihgg- 10515. Hmmm.. hu, But beauty was found also. Altgeld Hall towcr is seen through a mass of ice-coated branches. Ii , J Nothing was untouched. Wfundoxxs, car doers, and even hydrants were sealed by a IHXQF Ol 'Ce' . n ' .4 , gsliftdiifh- --: 'fl ' QA. ' ' 1 1 'Qi 3.84 ,.,...!1h. sr.. 1....,' 5 , Q2 mat" airl- Evcn humor found its place IH the walfr- f-t the tt-,w.r.t.mmg -,twrrvw Men., ".1.nt"' ' was covered wrth rcnclcs the fnllfmx-.'urwgtl.1',' .tml tn the vr1,'.l vpvwtp,-,ml ttt.t,.A l ilfiihfg an " V 52 l X-if 1' 5 qui! If r s 1' I 7-cl 'sms .I , fx ... ., , xv- 'K ' l f s I if 3 up W . --Al I ' fr-1 .,.,' ' ' x l A""'1--v-- V, A. . , M ,nf-, 7, Q 1 . 1 . I t A ,- -.f. HX ' 'MJ ,.,,,..,, ' . ,,-- -sl X ' 4 - A , t . 3 - - '-, . ' f',',i"'i1: 9.1 pl I1 ' ' 0 s X .. l g M l ' 4' 3 f , 'A ' x- vL',5"""'lf'..14-'15-'f Tl' - V ,4v. .- . 'gamut .f'x,-ity, ifkvu-yi: . 14 ,- A . ,. . ya- - ' . r -12 . "4 ' ' Q2 . , 1.-32, MQ ..,-uf, , ,,,, Wm 'lit .' 1 " -ka . Q?-jii'1 4 ...J 15.16 llllll 5 .NQN 3 ws' v WW? iii: an his ,. 1, 111 ,,f t,q,' W..,ts, 'lb' P2323-1 ,- 7 4 f. 1 1 The worst effect ofthe slcet Ti lfiffiiif 'A VV'-'3 fit V225 Tfi V GF-lf' 2,3 A wrenches crashed 7: the griund ,Peer the unoearade .-.e gh: if the ce. I I l 3 I L gf science- . nd Some of us dlsPIaY our comma kx idx-ff ouhiiff 1' 'iii . wx ,s f Alhnhnl nn! -an ou " " " C' z'a'cz S' a - dies, and In man uv d during Maffr V OCCUPWODS. Engineering Open House fills an entire Weeken x x X QQ... sl- Every ' Audience partici The "Ghost Vv ing. -fu C 'J' -r FW F X"'X pr' 'TZ A ,iQ EF,L1f11 ff 14' A 0 A' r Every department in Engineering and many individual groups prepare duspinys. Here, the publxc ',.,-.fs Cmrf-me-I EIWLfll11'1jflYWA1 fm .I.r..-. An awkward but accurate scale as fiem:n1,tr.1!Q-:1 br, the Cr-.rl in EIrWCCrS, Weigh! ls CnlCL1l.1fQd by the fiuflr-ctlvrm uf tin' in-www, Audience participation is encouraged by some of the exhibits The "Ghost VVrirer" reproduces writing on the screen. ' r O 4-L 'E Q 1 Q 4 'NA ' i during March, 33 .qs z xr isrrr ' has-as-on-1-'an-3-gg I1-1 ,,,.,,q,--Q..-,941-ft' i , , . - V I Nothing ,gf Some of us have the added from IMI 5 responsibility of marriage. To accommodate married students the University has gr ir ir-.mq favor five hundred families. Dad must study but junior doesrfr think much of books. 5 r Nothing is miss Ono vvho's cheer ' ' " -' - '- . ,V , '.,, L H, r r "-'L'-4100 meal ,S Worth h ---Yw Bowl. . A .1 r ,him H I , T e added res . . . U I mg, golf ru rvmg in the Quarters furnihgsgbllifzfhgfUrrigicgpascdtyirfe. Apart- gf the 99 pgr 6 Nothing deters us from living a full life. N-Ag' ,lifiqlrgfq ,4 , Nothing is missing at a Gizz Kid3 game, The reassuring smilg of Om' whds cheering and rooting for them is the only Spark rwccdud, 131, B0Wling. golf, and football proxude exrracurrichlar gcriwr-, fir of the 99 paraplegics enrolled in schgsl. 4 9 f ? YK? J f1sffi.fi ,Q . f k 51.5 'W' S4 lp X ,XX Xl A51 sf if ing' 1 f i fy 98, if. WZ, WW 2 gf? Hnfiwff t ' K nq,,,,, wi W ' , ,fy ,L,.,, . Ms - A55 fe X Q X7 as Wyse gg N515 N t , ee ,x xl s ze, ' K is X N'XNs1 , ' 5 K t 5 K is X ' os ' tj S We realize there is something greater than ourselves . . . gliig. that grsc-soecwal.1rrvQ-orcn to smoer Evcry Sunday, masses at St. Johrfs begin in the early mornmg in order to accommodate the large congregatron. ? Q t , "1 1 3 . 1 es. N A! 1 : 4, , Q if -q - The central motif of the .lcutslw t-mga H5161 Nr- to the soundmg of th.: Rami l-tcm lr as 3 sw-55. ox? f 1 b redemptuxe role IU history The Ram 5 Hiro recalls We The ccniral pornr , , Q . ,rm redemption ot Isaac an the llrwd chatifff ff Gfdfes 5 3' "Q :we I-Vllff Sllllrltit' .Y4'i'I'."r'r' all Illlr lull- 4 X fl- I-ef' 'ull f'l'l'.:l"' 'll ll N., Overflow ol the overflow t, .t 'ww rr ,uw . r' rr' l h.'lCKllhll", lelryrwv ,rr.rl Pr-' .lr-,tr-rt,rr Qu tr r ,,..g , , lxlCKI11lL", I3 rw ,f tlwf' -,ag-.L-rwtf,-wrt r:,lr r vv1,1t r r , 'K Y L .4 ' ,I I 1.303 iv N' V' 'i , 55. 3 tx' ion, allows all students on International Fair. sponsored bv the lllini Un ,- ' 'fam more about the background of foreign students. We also learn by working together , ...Y ...-'-- -., vi 522-4' K. ,. :X ,-, 1 l -.hh-I ,..,v-'Q .. V4 ll lt: xl I-ll 2, -it 'lr 1 'ill ,tl I' H Nga " lr ' ,P 'qt P 09 ,rl 1 C0Un'lN R ballots -.r Q . -fl 1 stnricnq l..,M,,, M il I Durin aClf5 Menfglle Senate elections fakes ho - - ' kg' and Sf' ee urs. Senators relax wuth cugarettes, soft drln Q ern al fr' N x E I 1 1 ,- ig ' , L :QQ 1.32, 'iff NF. if AX,Xxl ' 9 E Qi IS. S52 ' fb: I - W xx N ,Q ' iqw Nxfs Q QNQx X xx flwsww' .S jjgxw ssswgv wgw zg. X Rwwfw Sk -f .Q . X .x an ' d Snacks Baci-.l.1gc prcp.1r.1hon ' r .i theatre production Can fake ,- raw U' 1 'iff limes for the leading role. Costumes and accessories tor the frequent University Theatre play are entirely assembled and prepared by the student staff members, . . . after classes, The Univcmry- ol Illinois' television station, WILL-TV, presents non-commercial programs every weeknight and often features students, AA, ,, M 'T , , . and the lon! Q9m,,,,:13 ' .. , 4 X ' r ' .. X i 1 412 EM 1 6' f Q, mf XXX?" H -Ma? 2 s . ' - Q .. 5. Wi "" .L .e ' s r 54 -,5"fQK',2Q +,, . . ,If'gifts-'x'.,i,,1:f.f, 'R 'xg- ' '- 'ff ' s At an outdoor gives pointers The Wright Street stunts md celebration on Friday afternoon gives us a preview of the excitement that will be present in the evening. if j, Th lf, ur5.A fev? gtaljggstgf .floats through the Campug on Saturday takes 0 ride each float and perform the entire distar1C9- , 45, I QV' Pi .i V vi 1- ' N K .lf .',. 'f-1, E4 -eve , e f' e ,tsjw , ? -- rf w. ,A ,wt ' N: X. . 0 23 . - . x f"' Y ' b Kathy Manning costume for fh V .- -gi A ' -Q25 .J A dragon take WD Of some . n 'ZZ L 'V' , f.,v " H , AA. 'Q . Z Z, Z ff? . 1 FJ F 1 Last make Sure minute T 1 XX' F' ' 1 the evening. . S 4, J s , x - Q3 -. e RV' :iff X r' ., ,. ' IL Q' 1 YSENYE 4. -N Vie V 3' x Xrfbf-:ne xv , - , ,, 3 Nix' 3 at X - X" 'W K 1-AS-e , 1 y takes hours. A distance. f Not lar lrom the mcr1'S Y csidcncc halls rs a gfaS5Y area that Se Spring lever invades our community In good weather I ne ret the three University bands performs for about ,rr-, r ,,r it rm -,trgrrn tit the Auditorium every Wednesday evening. 44 5 35 an invitation to relaxation and laziness on the first hot spring day, rve I l I As many take a welcome break from the books, the quadrangle is dotted with students during 3 Comm' . , I . We if if 1 'f" A -1 WW g r I I fe as Q ,- N N me R .S - rrjir if 9,1 - im: get ..'. , A The first biCYcIe ' The winner, trophy and a it ,.-2 -mil A ' .k:s- of Sprung day, The first bicycle race, epflmorml by Delta U,,4,,l.,,,I WM ,lm ,gu,,,,,z MJ, ly., .',..,, H.. ,H,iC,,. ,MH UML., 1, -H, 'www' ,J mu: .,,.',M the books, the ring a concert, ' . The winner, Lambda Chi Alpha, recclvcs the hrs! place trophy and a congratulatory kiss after the rwa-mule rude .wx Q0 l .Q ,- Lffg-avi 1. 4 3' ffl 9 , ,f--'f x Because riders were to change .lr mr.,-ual-,4 l---f rr- rln- mm- nl.- BUQYAS r'lf'vL'l ,pfvl flank. Clw-,f-r rn.,-th l -ll -hum lnxluuj N-u Although thc method fr r ,ll'.'..l',', ' mgll.--ffl, ,-?7.,,vw.f-V y .fm Warwmlc T -lciuru .1 Klum! gll.T"' .lr-N7 .ll. '. fwrg luv:-'ll lfrw-L , vt AH? 9" ' P-wfvff' x , 5 u - ' 2 ""'JS V Qi 45 . . M- f- 11 -r"":'5'!"9-'1 ' J' as- sl 'Y' an ,K Qld' . ug-1 fi 'K I i'i"HW3'li L"-ff' - t A 51,171-13 of Chcgg i it 1l'tC QFBSQ U lt calls us outside.. . The Electrical Engineering Building with an antenna to receive . 4 , d V p ,,,f.tr1fif the moon, is another subiect for this art stu ent. Xlvaa-.Lf l ' 46 ,idcf the Shade of a big tree is the perfect diversion from studying on an irresistibly warm spring day. soaked to the Sk mobs of students The hardest time to concentrate on books, but the easiest to concentrate on p-leasure is at the first sign of spring. A5 long 35 if's comfortable and outside, a seat of anY kifii Will be fine for studying for final exams. Cries of "We w 1, ' X, 2 X4 4 ,Wg ' .5 .J 2,frj:.,,7'il' 'M 'i Qin. ' "' 'a.:U-1 ff' ft vw, ,JL ,Pr ' J , . wi , X 'f ' 1' l m- mf 'Q DJ?" Dring day, JT the easiest to f spring. gf 1 '. , ,,, ' Q.. x I - '.. x. ' 'K' E1 . Q h T' fvrf-' r 9'--f . "' ?r,Z 1' yi? '- f rr.. 9 A 5 r lat.. , I 1 gg, . ,..f' - . ' Y A .' W,,,' x f - il "' , I if-'ik 3 ij" U . nf 5' X ' 33"a7 - 1 Q Q 1' ' In 'Q A an - ff A- V H. Vik-!' 1 ,L N N wh' A eat of any kind J e .xwsssy,e ,, .N + .-QQ.:-D ,Rh L , v?qgQf9,:?:f'- stiff' fe 5 e wxxiwx. .Qs-.J ff, X , V4 TS f KESRWY qw.-X we' ' ' z ,. . t 1 '.V . :41 .7 . , h QAXA Soakcd to thc skin M H !,.1"f: 9 ,:.- fy, 2, . I- ,g The ulplouon WM no, hjhrd ., k , v Tw Y Xml-rn! IH v I fv " 4 , - - and sometimes blurs our sense of purpose Cries of "WC wnntw.1tcr!"H'l TH 1-lf' TW" T"'f- we fm' ' A ' V -' - "' " ' - ' ' ' H' ,r m If at 'xi ' rn N,ev.,,v 5- M his " ifa-5.1.5 Q 5 ':"41.:.w-' , . e A " . s x-,wf'-'- has f - 'Nr 3,3 A , ,. n 5 ' - f-vs , V .I 4 w r ,vu ' 'K " ""!l1, 'e 'md.r:QL"'f1' N ' We also study b66UtY -' 'S Q,:.f -pqgk .Q . Gay Grenlund by ef , 4 -M , A 'fl' A W- J 5 5 -qw 'f - v X 1,1 Q, ., 1 r . ,,,..,,,f w -Q 1 .N .X R' 4 K wwf! I.: .,.. F14' Q Q 739' K :f4 4-is-'ff tgw 'E A 4 1 3 wa. p ww ,A , , 5 . 5 1 1 2: , 4 . 5 V -wg S ,F , Mg,-qi , . 4. 7 ,f , ,fy ' , Q4 I gf, -fm , 4' f f :wa -Q f, f VC". ' id if w,g,.- I 4 ff v -. 1, ,fn ff, 44 'V Q fy, fin 1 'yr 2 f , My al iudggng by' Q.: , 'Z ,A r 1 r I X r Ha , Kilim-Q' , w Q w 1 , Q - Q 'qs-s 1 1 Q -fl , . 'v 1 ' Q' , , . . .. .4 1 ., -o " W' 1 a s .. . t v , . 4 4 , 4 - 1 . . ' Q , ws - ' ,1.,.-1.1 vu" nfll' Qi, 4 Q ' , A , 1 1 . ! 1 f , .. ,J,,.. .Q-'!'.,. .- !.g" .4,e. N .X 11 1' ... ' .v'- 9 Q "F, l1'1" 'N H 1 R' . u1vQQ1. f, . X PN wge T AN .. Q - a 5 ' ..'!.'.e'- .g.q 1 ' , .,' -1 1 4 - .. '- nl .N 3 .,, f' ,Q ., .ts , ' ' '1 ., 1 - 1 . 3 ' , , Af, ' . . 1 ' - L 1 ci '. ' - . , 4 1, i 4 is , . an ,D wx " Kg? 1 41 ' ' 4 4 .. - 5 ,, , V 'f' ,r yvf 'lf-V-1 f 1 4 L 4 ' 2 4 ,. X., 5 ,l - :1ff'Q , m, , 59, ,, V 'li' ,Q 3'i', ,Q , 1.24m M g,a,5,! 6,t.xvq te :FJ ki 2'l.4' r 'VV izqi. QQ, Q.. . final iudging by les brown o af, 1, , Logs 1+ , , N M 'Q '. "' '- ,v ,,l, ,Aw .411 4 . . ulie Stusrud 49 1 ff' .' ,.e fx, .,.v. . Q12 .,', ff , f..-. .. 3 1 , . .1 rg' . 1" v-1, 1 X , ,,,-.. .- .. , X' x.: -. ' ' - , ,-K ' L. 2-1, 'w 7' 1 . '. 4. 1, 'w-N, 3 Q ' H: -11, ' " 1. 1 fa as .-fu , X' 41 fwfr? - 1 2, -.X 1 A 1.-f ',Q.':.e ,, A ' - 4 '- 2' 'f 'f 1 - ' f .5 V ', .Svxx-. .3 ,i- . I H I xi , .. I A J Q mi , . ' 1 f 1 ' 4 '. . A , -4 , . . f- 'v .f Q . 1, . ' ,I ', . .1 - ' 1. y Q, 'T-, 'X . 4, v '. 'V L.. - , 'K' 1" ' . 1. 3 . 1 K nt. , . - 2 uw , 4 X Q., . . 4 1 4' . . - ' 4 1 1, , 4 , ..,' ' . I ' 11.4. v ,, . 'gg 'XX' 2, If ,ff J' hgf: Y , , 'X Hu. 15 ., s Mg? ' ,' .f V151-., "lf ' ,, 4f.,M r ln'-5 "Walk ' 'Zin-ff pl.: V ,fy A, 4,- X 1 f V 1 W A X f ffl , 1 if Q' QW I fG f f f ff Z 9 ff, f W f ff if N X f f' 44,44 -'J 1 W! -'ef . X A., 5 ff! QA ff , 1 !4ff Mi f ff f 1 QM.. 44," , ,ff GFA ,,, , .' wa , M ' if ,, , .ludy Stephenson Diana Flynn A . ,:.. ' fm ..., . f Jia!" 1224" , af' 1 Q" s i i , 1 ' 1 Q. , , 3 . P ,.p. l r 5 i E 5 1 1 -5 3 v 'E . www. :Z 5 0,2 ,,., WA! .,,, xx final iud9ifl9 bY les brown Carol Zamudio ,QQ V V, W , ,,:'., 5 mf ' phmos bY mel if l vvlvntvgsp-.?,. g?' 1-1 P-up-v lv ,,- - X . kv ww ' 'gun 5 .,,,, 11 :fps if sv'-'Hn r-'sw '-Q,vpf.""9w .adam l i'wf!s',ff "bi , .,f A 1:11 il .FA V, ..+?L,. M1454 'Q'-264' j - r. .wha Sdn 'A Lwhc-vos my les brown by 1 I u ,.i.9", Mary Ellen Roe 53 f-5-v.1"'a " , ' - , -3 5. , f .... ,. .. ..... . - .-..q..-ef--iw--sf:-9e1z11'Ss'grg,, A .s,1,ee:. is --- V I N . - ,J , i- 1 ' l X i , l l l l x - W - nr H ix , N- tai 'K 2 . f- 1 ue, vb , ' 1 5 ' ' l 'td l 'iv Q -L , , Thc annual Tcrrapin show. presented for visiting r'nOYl'19V5, Was enlllled iiX.xM!"'fllWllC"s'. and used forest animals as themes tor the various acts. 0nce in a while the weather is miserable Waiting for their cues and catching their breath before the next performance, two Terrapins relaxt vi r .A v 'yo lu S ., 'ig QA I - ,"?f!'2 il ia l The Mothers Day Ccrcmon ' ' ' Y- rraditinally held Out' N in Side ' b ." ',' Hs, V ix 0 1 i. , ,rm .md hc., UM' wer In ack of the Union. was r A d d the Auditor G pre , sented. womens honoraries mar haon? out and had to be move to C e HW, and the Illini Mom was introduced- E l '4 1 l 5 llllll- 3 The Mothers Day left, l-ler court in .. . neve Mom en 1 S D Pra ay' For Thirty hi-Ai song ing Their breath Terrapins relax. i.i,.Ul X . 5 Q ' rrrrrr e X 3, xx, f. ...r . -' he Auditorium- ?a 11- The Mothers Day uccn selection I'.lJ.'!'.v'tliI1.lfl . r .gulf---. iw-mir, ..'i14,.-f, '- il 2, f I ' ' n r 1 Q lvl! Hwy qfmr! Irwliiilw-, lmrl-,im lrrniliulwl Slwurlw, 1.1 r--I Cyn! XX nil.-rl.v. J.-,imw j wig . . nevertheless, Mom enjoys herself. .TW L. QF, Jw: Shi-Ai song practices s:Q,.,f Q.: L .L 71- - ' DAY. Fir flwrrx-tives xcvs tim' 1 1 n sfnqc to :rect the quccn 1 I e d i 'Z' Mom sees a bit ol Broadway our production ol Carousel is a hit. SJ I Joan Gurowsky .ii mi- fidipglwriol Carrie Pipperidge stopped the show during her . 1- V f. 1 Wh- ri I ll.'lJfl'l,' lvlr, Snow." Anthony Thompson played Mr. Snow. The music ol Rodgers and Hammerstein enchanted the audience and The acting added a professional atmosphere to the Spring Musical. The make-up art i :XM K 41 :kwin n...-...-i....,.qq Ms lr J ' hit. :ring Musical. The make- FWQM ' tl 'o . aw x ll .Llw f if " fr ' V- M' -,,...--' ....,.,--f ...Q Q- ' qw if , .. lc, faq, if ,Tb Xa' mx, 5 , ,... ., 'N f: , UMD 1-Q, 4 1 if 1 ,, i . . g N 8 is . 'f ' f "" '71-Q,-'M L 1. n it hu , i L M 'Q Without a mirror an ncrrum v. Lili! tw. I r mr ng if--1 tuck-,r.i,g.w f ,if..r1 fi e i'...if up artist creates the perfect effect with ww: deft -,x-.mn gf .1 fun r An actress ii 1--f .-.iw .1 M "V "H " , x , .w, 'Q 57 . - pq gt mern Practicing In Huff GY""""aS'um' l e Ca 3 ff- 5 f fffiffrf wr" --14"-, 111 ,-' 77' f , - 1. V .V of " N lg ' A bers relaxed OH the f tl C gxm between performances ot their Dafls- ii, f , ri w J A rugged and Q r?r.i.1'i2 l". ', nyiik Bill v.: by bill V -i in' ,ii f vw-l - impctuous man is the carousel barker, Billy Bigelow, E-.-.el Cornett, At first not enjoying the role of a l, is then elated to find that he is soon to be a i. Cant adiost to a life of hard work necessar to Y -.-.ing family, So he resorts to robbery to get money hilrifr dl i ' , .i,.g : an oses his lite. Condemned to an eternit twin '...3. i Y in Heaven, he is finally given permission by the . irirlfceber to return to earth for a short while to fs little happiness to the daughter he has never seen, 55 The audience feels the impact of Rodgers and Hammersteins stands e Starkeeper, played lDY Walt Drlaspllflehearsed- stage waiting as part of the sl'1OW near the Julie Jo Marian E l K audience impact Rodgers' 1erstein's music. Stands new The hearsedc Q vu. " T As? OQX cg' r YV 5 X Julie Jordan. " V xv . Q- 2,1 A x ..,,v- f We study in a variety of atmospheres . . . - 1 'Q 'wi . . , and other times the reward is worth the Effoft Warm wcalhqy Ar' gps, N,-.,,yU,t, Off K 4 , - h on C :ml week rs apt to produce srghts such as thus ar'1YW ere 5 N. . -zoiu . Xggl' x A' Al ' -s oy! - 4 L! s he effort. 'where on camPU5- fp. N f'2""1" Q. .iaxyatxg a ,Ni L .QP . 'W N' ' 'f .y K f.N .'3f45'R',.-K 5 .- .x - N an - fu. rg: f ,wx 8 E ltr' ., X -P' A 0- IXS . 8? '.1 , 1 . v'-sz' 'Q' ' -" ' ., X i ,Qs X. -. i. ,h w XF-u N 1 gxgxgslfxa- I x x 'P X , , ,Aa if a . . .51 ,hx SEV- A , f- as 'Q 1 Q r 1 - - aan r , f AQQX'-gtk -.aw is 54 2 K. 'N V" an X4 a 'ay' Rig- .v ......,7. , . . . and relax 4 L K .-.JB...'F .Min -wa, al, in many ways mm PW I M ...,.'oo li H. , e.,-.-Me...-eww-ra..-.Q-r s Apznivfs.-lu' ..'-FJ' ,Q-1 ,.,-,-.,'4 ,V , ,,,,..---....,,.-0.4 uglrll El is ' .l ', 7: .- 4 I if . r ' I P K M V ,Q Qt ni V l l l 'I I , li ,.. -, U..-L.. , .N i N x x l 7 Mi V l l "w l ,Lx l Xe K Q . NM . K KZ, . i ki: 'Sai .4 A. ,H K - r receives a ticket lust like a car would get. Cro-ni 'hc WIOHK '37 ' ' ll ""l' ulltll' A blcxclc Hd: ' d b d ' ' We learn by doing, an y omg again . . . Vu.-:muy Medicine students 1, . itz! rimrwy animals during laboratory A mass of wires and intricate parts doesrft C0fllUSf ' ' r- ii it-, -,-,r,iblif,hed in l9-l-l, electrical engineering students during lab periods. A , . w Y 4 xg 0 wr K 5 l Q 'A 1 Ae i Wit X i l it Yr '- l. . K . , 4 01 K 1 r if A ' Q NW... WMM "U--M-...w--... --.......,,,.,,,.. -. ,, ,. . x B A. . JILQX N 1 1 f Prepared or UHPW we lace Sl'-'dYlf1g with 5 fllutracting, Man if Prepared . . . or unprepared . . we face finals. r i I of X V -fx : lm The radical change of life ' ' .1 .V .1 Change ff ftaw. rub 1-, sr. r an 'ra 1 r d e ' confus' S O Sn L The las! class g lab periods. , , I. rl V ' 1' r :,.- f, -f, 4,....f-i ,fi If f' , y I. ,., -. u rr... -., .4 S cc -X Studying with someone else can iw t riIx!r.1Ct.rng Khin Liqrlitirw c-rug ..r.m.1f- I i R S-7' . .nu i! 1 ,on ..., X . Y 1' Wd LW A, Nfl .., Varied Services Are Rendered By Our Deans 1 Tb MIRIAM A. SHELDON Dean of Women in iuiiili his responsibility Lo the students-sudi li rlie grim ol' ezich dezui. Besides the dulies iiriiiieriiniid- siirimrridirig his own olhee. ezieh dezui hzis HCXll'2l-C'lll'llliL l.ir QllliYiiiCS,H Loo. For instzuice, Dezui Harrison is iiii grdx isa-r ol .Xlphzi Chron, il student honorary, while iii-.ii liimsr' series zis zidriser Lo Torch, :mother il0Illll.ll'r Mid. amy sludem 41111 Lell you that deans make the he iiirlges. .XL iezisi, it seems that each dezui serves his rurii is .ii rririrc-si judging somewhere :dong the line. More iw Ilillllllll. lioweve1'. :ire the frequent suiii meetings. wlllf nl which :ire piciured here. This office is the center of women's activities, where all. W" ""C'f"'fC We mam' services of the Dean of Women and her 3S5l5i5ri' ,se X se . ' ' 3- fd X X 'X Q sem XXV' i Ns iii X X NS - RQEN zyewswv- .re yakge s ,ef . ' 'X km? 1 . ef - f , gsyw ' . N' sis . Aww ' wer-fe 1- swiss ' x A 3 il we X- Xuiirgrih. zum 1 1 ,iss rrgii'uc'irlz1rh iihiris rgiiiiiol hc Iisi. ivliellrei' ii Il r.il vu-iris, wh iilirig rn' iiCilJiI1 V, limi- irih isu !llNii rril iK'iSll1 iii lung run xi r r .miilili he diiiiciu iiir irizriir servig Ill" AN or xx OM LIN OPLN , N :firm A.M. T0 12200 :oo PM. TO 5200 P-1 ' LldClllS-Sllfil is ies ll'lllllCClllllCll 5 HCXll'2l-CLll'l'll'll- Hz11'1'ison is llll' zlry, while Dcllll llliel' il0llOl'Ill'l. s make the lmcsl serves his luln line. More im, meetings. sonic , where all Coeds and her assistants. 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Dorothy Rae Assistant to the Dean of Women I K I we I .Is 1- Yu'-rv ftullmr: 1omclmporI.1nfidc.11 1 t.-. tf hug ggglgt- E. Sfafford, Dean of Men, fir1dS Tim? in his busy SCh9dulQ 3. , , . , 5 . hm, I J ng Sm, listen to the problems of students and give them advxce. 1 ' ' ' V" '.'fTr'.IYICS, SN unison 'V' I tl t. x , I , , I! 1, 5 ,. sr' ff mf 100 n Administratic '1 tw! busy Ad E Calvin 5'-H1 of RCSidE'f' 3 1 K t. ' f uh. ' f f 'v ,f J lll"1." 'I I I Jr,- 'sv i T160 is busy schedule to em advice. IOO A Administration Building 1, rlq 'rw .ww f 4 All ULl4l.1u1m' Pwr! "WT I L mlx nw N jr!!!-rv. I xx x'-.1-H .- rm K, J' 'l 'l-..., K as 'lvl u 255 Y..-J Tc-ch nilrrt van! vrxourccx ' ' ' 'f 1,1 ',yf,qt,IL,m vutsn L-H2'H drmontiulrt ,Tun " "' ' -'- -,...-.f..-J.,,- "Q Active South Campu Tm muh Ol. living on this olcl em-th is rapitllt Um mg Nlwul. but the progress ol the llnirersitx' iitil' Mmm mmlc- it. Down on South Campus in' ,hc Cla lt-oc ol iXgriculture things are "busting ottt all nth' louis li. l'lou'artl. who is now clean ol this t'tyHk,, which was an original unit when the lltiimtiix opt-uc-cl in lSlS8, states. "ln these clays ol' great c-tm ment about satellites ancl rocket trips to the moon i . tl' must rc-member that there are unconquerecl tit-mttttt. lic-ic on earth. None ol' these lrontiers is tnorc- in' portant or challenging than the lrontier ol' nglmi ture. lic-an Hotrarcl is so right, lor out ol' the ,etgl-iulinm tlollc-gc, which inclucles home economics, come iii, mc-rous careers. Business, research, eclucation, Cxlf-ii sion. ancl larming itsell are the basic choices tltqtt .ti agriculture gracluate has. Naming a lew, the lttnitt economist might specialize in loocls, textiles, chiltl tit tc-lopment, home lurnishings, teaching, home ntangtgt mc-nt, or institutional management. The ag sttttlttnt Iincls himsell' making a choice between ag eccmcmiitt ag engineering, agronomy, animal science, commtuii cations, clairy science, loocl technology, lorestrr, lin ticulture. or plant pathology. All rellect sotncliotvttt thc- cultivation ol' our land ancl all are itnpt'ort'tncntt lor an increasing population. This foreign student helps fulfill the International Prograrr the A9 Yc'tll'5 ilgo i out girl cami? ilotuc' lgcono ttttt also llle tsti-7 1110 'IU' , itiort- aclccluate li is noir the hugh? ol this clccacle W tact lo use the 6' all tht' textile la .Xll toasts can ions that labor i in thc .Xuimal St ifiotn South Fai xt'lsilN til llliliC thc lust time si' ltttupious at th lltc lrontier t ,tilts lrom the uc utacle know ttucntationally, tiutc in other ci stint- timc more uit-N catuc' to th ,Q '11-v'!l ng ,MY Taking the first pl wrt, C0aCl'ij Gary . ,fllli ll'gf - r lX1'l all., Mx! NM ll,' llllrw I. Ilrn IIIHM ' IIN X111 .Il 41' IIHIH' ll I!! Il.lQa lmlzm 'lllllx Illllll lvl XX' HV IIVII1 mgmn' M11 ,H IH. 41 the Agriculture Home Y I li-21" V, 'f I ' . 1' 'll I X , I , uw ,1:lP" -1 . xXl',ZINv N N I,,N N 55- I '1 ' ' I 1 ' l ' ' " 1.11 ww 11 ' ' I v"1'y Il nf lf ' I lx ls - ! L, IVA! my , 5 , . yyrl Llhv !' X livtl' I 1 I M, 1 4 Twyu 'f V T,1kunqfhrfu1'.t pl.uu-trophy ' x i J 1 t, , ' 'I I Q 'Q l 'l Sa a A Y 3 f x I ' ' :lvl '14, 1111 -311 E-LSE -4121 111 Q11 vs'-C7 'i M h rhinkQnS S mifh and dISCU5S Comme x'First XKOHSILIIILF mg Imm Daw mmm-sl lmuilclil ll'lIll'lllIK'l'CCl ll , , Inmuwss fxdlll nn ISU? thc Ii ullllwl UIC St HrlIINK'S WCTC 0- liul wllll Lll mvnl. In UM H'-lIl'II it urigi llll'lll, lllt UFS ..Iwn-, loclzl WN mum xxnznllzngql-iul Plflglillll ay B -Ye COIlllJl'iSCll all .,, L when Lhe hml ' SlJl'lllg QI lem, e IllSl.illIlC ham fans. Lol' ol' Lhe hum hezul and gin-I, what il is lrnl.n, 1nsl1'uc'Lim1 WJ, und Lhen Ql lm, d znclclilionul ml uion lm' the In hic'z1go's Midxm 1 Illinois outside- n ol' ll new um v landing equip us an 2lil'Wllf' In fse new I-2li'ililh'x s zllrezuly exlcnv n QTCZIICI' hlli'il'xw Aviation Displav- Much thinking goes on J. ,fe i-V .' V- .1 f' W rn-A--1. .uni eh-,f,u,'."'. L11'ffI1"'UT L" i Commerce Gains Another uFirst" in Advancements X lunNl.nl1l elle-,Hnnl Nln-h-nh !'lllllQ 111111..1 .-ln.-14 I. ml. mg lxmn lhxnl lXlIlll'X ll.ull, wvllllllqix- HH' - . w IIHNIKNI IHIIIKIIIIQN Hll 1.11111-nw, le the 2:1-M, wr: lm'Illm'llll1c'lc'xl IDi1llllC'1ll lllx' K HH: gl Hi 1 l'T5lY11'1 HllNllH'v Xmllnlllmxlmlx-nl N-11-. iw-1,221 f"f N'-' an NUT. uhm- hui man 'll lPE1ll.ll1-lllf f Mille-el xln- Mlnml .+I llnllxllfmf 1 unllxg-N hell' nllvlul ,11ni.uLl1L1 ' lint ullh mhr XQ'.llN lun' K-'nn' 51 f 1 !llk'lll. ln l?'IS,l1.n1-mnnh 5,111-L ITT- ' when il w1ign1.mel nhl' Ham! 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V - f ' .. A., " ' ' F ,V ., , .,,. , - , ,- , V w, lp .,.l,1' .,. -..- ,. .W ,r -, , Y i I ,. A- ,, -.. . ff. Russian Visitors ancl 0P9n HUUSE Hiqhliqh Year I l ' x 'Q 'v Dv Lrbrdrv and Slutlcnl: gnu put A Y OO 'Q M,-va' D1 Atroshchcnko ' l-.urn . N, vi ,f,.' fl are clrrcclecl llncl:lmnvslcv. Wmilmi L. Ex-eritt, Dean ol the College gf Engi- mlmmg' wil, one ol eight outstanding American fn gi,,Cr-145 chosen to go to Russia last November on flli il.-M1,Q,,1gc- program sponsored by the American SOG my Img lgngineering liclucation. The group visited 21 It-,nliiiig and research institutions in Moscow, Lenin wail' Kuibyslievy and Frunze. Interestingly enough about one tliircl ol the total enrollment in the sclitiolt ol engineering in Russia is leminine. ln return. a group olf prominent Russian lillglllfflt xisilecl the University ol' Illinois campus in Febrinrr lllifl, They were taken on a general tour ol the cgmi pus antl particularly the llngineering Campus. Th, visiting delegates, Vasiliy I. Atroshchenko, Pantelri rnon IJ. lsebetlev, Aleksandr B. Davankov, Kazinreni Nl. llarsliauskas, and Nikolay P. Bogo1'oclitskii,wen all impressed with the engineering program here gl: the University in spite ol the fact that it tlillercll greatly lrom the Soviet Engineering Program. ll seems that the Russian engineers adhere to strict sill illllllllllflll especially in the glamorous fieltls ol engi ncering such as rocketry but are not quite as experlin some ol' the other engineering helcls as are the .-llnrri can engineers. Ol allll1C HCV ,lm irllilc at lll lllllll'k'SSl0ll WHS . 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Heading the venture into the unknown is Professor Hiller, formerly of the chem' istry department. The School ol Architecture, also under the auspirei ol' F. A. A., is one of the two oldest schools ol architet ture in the nation, vying only with M. I. T. as to age. Actually, both were begun around the same time, but neither will admit that the other is older. At ani rate, the University ol Illinois did offer the lirsttlr- gree in architecture. Besides age, the School ol Architecture ollfers somi other distinctions. For instance, this school is by iii the largest architectural institution found in tht country, with one-tenth of all architecture etlucation held here. Undergraduate students come from all orc-i the world to make up the total enrollment of 700. An interesting sidelight is the lact that, besides our own state, XVisconsin has by far the largest representation. "Who has an elevator key?" is about the IIIOSI C0111- mon question echoing along the green, scribbledon HIT always eager to escape the long climb up the build' walls ol' the Architecture Building where students ings steep, winding staircase. YVithin a few yew' l1HWCYe1', the eompletely modern new Fine Arts Build' lllfi will draw the art students to their own centd- 'l'lley're hoping to hnd the stairs a little less steep- .Xnother new building that has just passed the PW "ml-I olilge is the Crannert Art Museum whicltwlll hold the eollege's permanent collection of old lilo- ilielllporary exhibits and exhibits of the Ffstlpl "1 c3f'l1lCIl1po1'ary Arts will also have a place here' The lfestiyal, sponsored every two years by F' WIIS held in Nlareh of this year. This event limi? Hiviltive art in all ol' its many helds - painting, N' l'll"'ll'C. theatre, literature, and others. 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M, , 'vga 1 f I 'aa C f gf,-in 'A M,-tart ,ff . ,T 3, ' 'A HID st, l l l i l l 4 - , l Law sludrnh CHIC-Ulf 'n J mock ' v.i trial THIS! 612, in x , h will use in their future practice. modern courtroom is lU5l like The Ones l ey Law School Has Many Activities And Tradition ii., elif l -illmg: 'rl l,.lW Nils lflllllt lcd ,nn-its hir.. plan-l.ii1 nnpoilant put ..i ii -'iL'l'llls io lui-.nic .ihlc lxiwxcrs l 'V Mirza, --l l.i'.-., ,intl .nliniiiisil.ilot's l l V io , i 1-l its .t4IIXllIt's ls llll' I .nu lv. th' l.-illi't1t'tx'lIlt 'iili i l-Vin, Hui. ,cltiiill t4lIll,llIls A in ,ix-,'.-1s.il1-l lln-oilit-i lllost' l- 2--mi thi lll.lQ.lllllt pioxitlts f' '- 'l' "Y.11ll1lllL1l.tktRtlsU l lllt' ' li-'-11.il tool lol thc students i.,.,i-lin .IKIIJQK .llt' Ilbllllll ll tl-'fill' llll' 'llll's uliu ln lifvltf-1 'il lictiillllllll V Xl'-'ir l'tllll lslll Lis -lil l' :tvs stnilrins xgiln. 1 'llll' 'Il .ill ipptllalt . 2 lt1i1HU,lyHulN.Hl tlltvll lliq IMI, alll . :itll lm! IIN NPfvKl'l l .!1,iir.V,i. 'lun Imp N 4 in th. vpmlu Vll an activity OU J 'I'he newly formed Pre-law Club is . y the two menuonn. slightly lower intellectual plane than . hd my previously However, it should prove to he V615 P ' . C. . ,, undci as a means ol communication betwccn the t graduates interested in entering the College and thesui dents enrolled in Law. It is an outstanding ex21mPlf0 thc increase ol' extra-curricular activity which has gl'0Wll loin' io live times since the College moved into thellf' hnilding in l955. ' -vin .Xsidc lrom this increase ol' extra-curricular gcllhgil oltl traditions have been maintained and severitledm ht-cn rcrivecl. One ol' these traditions can be 'nouc cpl 'i""hus cxcety lVednesdz1b' when the seniol'5 ln lhililivl ltlt' wcar howlers and carry canes. Another tri W which is little known outside ol' the CollCgC is th Fm time ol the students to clap each instruct01'0UlqHP rlassiooin at the end ol the semester to show llliluaw lncfiation lor his instruction. This traditi0n ln-lnicof thai. although the Law students spend a lol 'll tiled in onisidc activities, their primary ellorts are 'clircc cam Wziul their academic classes. ln this way lhClf ellllf my cnilnmcs much more than the mere learninglolcmt rules and lormulasg it provides a l'oundati0fl lol ll liccome leaders in community service. lt is located in 1 :fa will LW st , Udeni ,it quiet 5 Spem and well 1 future practice, , ' -- H1 ' 1 M , 'ot' M 1111 activity 1 1 10 two 1111'111i1w111U ' 11 bc very l11'lpl11 .fccfn 1110 11111111 " llcgc z1111l 1l11'-111 ldillg cx:1111l1l1' -'Y wl1i1'l1 l1:1s g1'1m1: vcd into 1I111 11111 11'1'i1'11lz11' llL'llXllN 511111 5011-1111 I111 1111 bc llOIlLAk'll 'W 11io1's 111 1l11' U1- 111oll11'1' l1'1llIi ' Y' vllcgc is lllk' pl'-1' uctol' Olll ol U11 0 slum' 111111 -ll 2lCliliOl1 illllikxllllx 11 1111 ol llllll U1 11110 1li1'c1'l1'Ll VI" . 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Lzlnler, who ww lmmellii el- hisnr - n f ov' ilu- Pwclrology DCPZIIIIIICIIL, olhurnlly tOO - - Q V u Q, Q E , 1.1 Heiln. lmosl an Llrc beginning ol the Slbllllg semeslel HAOKIN, h 4 i 1 v I I U. 2 c ilu- lrezul ol one ol the most du e151Hecl Ill 1 ,, IH . , , . g 'mtl stall Lollcges on Llre cznnpns. Its dep.ntn1enLs 1 ' . . 1, . - l ,Ab Mlwf' lnrllls lo llllllii' 11 rzlnk us one ol the WP 1 ilu' fonnlrx' 1 , lr, , 1 - ' oulwl-"ll Ilu C lrurrmnx' De mrnnenl belxu .15 -lll .U l I ICI' . . r . ors :mf exquurplc- lor lilllhlI'2llll1g some ol Lhe llfvl llCgC'nml . , . . V U v -0 ' mlnonx wlncll are being conleilecl on UNH . . . - lCll'f"" will. lnmlwig lfreclericgk fXuclrleLl1, Plolcssor 0 I .QM ddmfh nx, unix chosen us one ol suen Olllbldll F-. :wo unnx, llc- will werve :rs El scticnce 2lClVi5CIi.i0 lin. Il.Ill.IllliHlNSil1iUI in Iionn, CiCl'lI12llly. .ll1Slll"fl'e'11wf, Xfi.IlllN. Prolessor ol Organic' Cl1e111isu'X' ulrideuerr """ll " lfla-xialenl ol lllff.xITlCl'li'2ll1 Chemical '40 Ivziw, .rnnoumml are llre winner ol iis Clllurles Lzxtlnop If Xwml lor onixlzrncling public service. 0, L,lrrl but 'H . A . . - ' menu in mr won l'L'1Ugl1lllOll :incl honors lol .lclnevffll Hfllll' , . 4 , ' Cenngml fl nlncll llmc- 512114: llepznrunenl is 3CIlCi1llg LU ' , DL Lyle H, Lanier, ' l, zlw new Dean Of Ol LA? lieu-lilly zlnoll new vlcflecl pref irnnc' lo Lhe lO11l l.nl Sliipp hill ilu-nnslry, IS an: Ill' ix well-lu unions types mg sponsored lIIllllllI'C, Llre lllllll ln'-lyroql lo lzile sllfll if lIll'Sli'I' 0' l"'f1gHrxs when in larsl classes i""" WI who 'HW xtuclen Ilom llrcsc top ln llll' In-Q,ln.Ol fl' mlm X wllirh Llre ln-IU., mlm Chemistry qlggg 'he Lis ions lllllllt' I11 1l1 this yC2ll' 11'c1'1' nerly 1116 lleillll ook ovci' his 11111 ICSLGIZ Hc is1111'1 Ll and lD1'0gl'ChNll 1115 z111cl Slllll I1411: vemems i11 111.111 p LAS sfllllllllx If s 1111 Olllhhlllkllll 1Oll01'S 111111 lflilli 1is college lllltl ll' li6ss111' ol' filwllhll' Lzmcliiig svivllllll' ' Lo Crifllllllllll l" 'isei' lo llic .xlllsi sl this ,Bill Rllgli fy, who was lllsx licul bc1c'lC'lli' ll l,2llll1'OP llillwll DI. 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A Students at the Pier can complete the freshman 1' sophomore curriculum in the Colleges ol Liberal ,lg and Sciences, Commerce, Education, Eiigineemw Architecture and Physical Education, as well asma ing the necessary requirements lor admission to i? professional Colleges and Schools ol Medicine,Dt' tistry, Veterinary Medicine, Law, Journalism, Libra: Science, and Nursing. The students also participate activities in the form of athletics, the Pier Illini ne paper, the Pier Playhouse and various other orgnni. tions. One day the site will again be part of a llourislnr harbor, but now it is still a unique campus on a lui lee l IEW 3 it ? Librarians are always I New S For l licsourccs galori .lucas to this 3,8C itnnnig all Amerie intl and Yale. lt '-1'-ll' the library 2 slgttltx to accommc lnrtttiitzttc, mo, ltlngny student tj .,ii-int-, HC gains npcs ol' lilmlrics. innging and Qncy Qmllllll is necessai l'll'l'l"'l' Science 1. ttlllk. Ong of the "l lllis 150 ntur 1 ll i Y ai S 'L . i. . lllllif Small , grarluatg profs Mullin" Wffrk is cal lllrllv, IJ . A uiltlin g, l Uniqu 'f' Micllig "' lzum. "Claw-, ll l an cxplusim. 1,, 'f Navy Piggy- ,nt uznlc division Ur 9" LC Lhc llxrslnlmgm, Cgcs ol l,ilrc-ml xx ation, lirlgilu-ml l ol' Mcclicin-, S Iournznlism, Lilly l ' lg Ls also lmrlim lpn, 1, Lllc l'ic1' Illini ll! f nf xg ' ious ml1crmg.u: li :url ol' an lluulixl' C C"lllll5llS Oll 'l Lvbr.1n.xns All' .IIWJYY hv'v'U' ' ' . . . On their way to Q S, a F S l'l00l lynx-vlllnlx ',Qll"l' l"ll15l:l' l l 'MXH ,H ,MIN Qlvuuusulll ,Q l 1 HIIHILL 152 Xmnrn nu xanax: 1 'l XVI-l.llI4l ll lNl"l":l'L' n 1: IM lllfrvl 11IIl'f-l el' N '-1 Ml- zxftl-'ll' l-f!Iz:11u'l - ' Xt lvfr' U11-'-ll' V' V1 rl., ll. " ' .N..' iw X l' "lI:'llW ' 'Zllll' lXl'.- N l"n'l'x N11' ..,. ...u Urn. wi' A NX lv x v l Q .il f :il , !,' li ,., 5? if rf 'L wg -L 9 m 135' 41 4.-1 N It ai? 'x 1' , UWM If lf ,ii 1 1' 1 with 1 f tm 414 1, . . ,'n"" .. ,.. " AW" . 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Q i D A '14 rom tl1e bustling halls ol VVomen's Gy111,:1lltl11 V 1 l X 11 311' 'WSI' to the ec11oing souncls ol Huff Gym, and erm A 1low11 to tl1e English Building where the splashes lmtrl . , 1 1 1 15' I 1 11 1 1 4 'or 1 , V in - D V llw 1N'0IllCIl,S pool are heard, come signs ol .1 bus ' f - ln l,ll1'W'2ll Ml College. It hasn t been 11 college OK lllmlgll- ll was just in 1957 that t11is clepartmenw s1l1ool since 1932, became a college ol its own. Atllllt Ulm' 5CW2ll'fl Cl. Staley, formerly known as "Direct0l lPh11 5l1l11" , . ' C11 1111s p1o111ote1l to Dean ol the College 0 , 11111 lflllltiilllflll. Dean Staley states, "My chiel mterttt lN getting pl1ysical education majors out ol the gy? 111111 H110 tl1elihra1-yy and getting al . 1. 11111 ol the lihrary and into the gym." V Il l. g - ' - . I 111 itccl 1111 the ll. ol 1. carnpus, this 1iollegC,0llfl' .1 111 1 . 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Vat. Med. problcms -X1.., 11 1 1- 1. .11x1 1 - Shade-nh Lair an acllvr p.Hl if Q1 1 Q6' 'K Ci, xx J 1,1 A1 ,wovf 2495 , "a DIVISION OF y E SPECIAL FOR WAR VETERAP5 D-r llndqrvsnrv - .' ' - lll'i'., 1-iltcrclal OflrCC, A1011 rar ol Ihr many muon - , 'I 'iv -.ws-me-nanny. 1 . q rf C It x s ten. all hrl .nl program, ' 1 Special Services Divisio Universil' l Unique and Individual .-Something old, something nent." Strangely ennn-i the Ijivlsloll of Special Services lulhlls both these Mfipgioiis. A new program born to the Lillimxf alter ll'orld lVar ll in order to meet the needs nl an students, its activities are beinfr ti- rnd alter l960 it will be no more. lt liflsiwfy 1'X'6Ll, and is now approaching its dernise. turning veter tailed, 1 has se The division has characteristics all its own, 11 In s aids and guitleposts for the veteran,m1,,, vide woman, that help him plan an individual ct11'r-itinlul This is lor students whose previous training lizttl lg. litted them lor admission to the school ol their flint Director Frank A. Bridgewater says that wlnn it unique about the program is that every stnrlcmt more or less plan his schedule to suit his own spurt needs. lVho said the University was too big to lion sonal? The schoolis home is small but mighty. A tntrplt cheerful rooms in 249 Armory wrap up the entin-r partnient in one efficient package. The enrollmcni small, thus this little space takes care ol' its ncctls. Surveying was the curriculum choice for this D.S.S. vetefr' Twenl2Y'l Silvt' nl this l'lllVC1'5lty' 1' Univer Division 0 ny the end of tl plctetl twenty-hves Illinois in Fields ol .nnl tonlerences. P tlnision has been h lliowne. Dean Br unnpns as he is dei Sonrething new inn ol' an adtlitio ntrintainetl by U lln- new addition nl l-'xt-rgreeri Lodgi this school year. .ln interesting E rnrploys no laculty tlt-partniental tC2lC it-.tilting laculty. 5'1'f0WiS9, services ol f .age '- .- WJ f '.f s '.-nf? V. 31' ' ul I ny.-. . ' ' sity. .' .,, , If 3 find 5 ff -+I? Divisio dividu Strangely em,,,A Hlls both lllexr- .1 Lo the lfrlin-1. CL the neeclx nl! Lies are being ,n more. Il has nu, its demise. ll its own. ll In veteran, num vidual C'lll'l'iKlllHI is training haul li nool ol' their mlm ys Lllul what ix every SUIKICIII 4 llll Ins own spun too big lo lx- pf Highly. .X muplf p up the Clllillf The enrollmvm nee ol' its neemix, this D.S.S, veto" " fi. vu 1 ua m Q ig 1 9 o A ulcntcd N25 'chock' n ,. 1 Dcmn Browfw '1C"" 'H 'W Products Ancl Pr09fe55 Stem From Grad College X' 5-Q1 1 1 l 1 1 1 N11':1' l ' ' Ill 111 llll' -11 1111 111-1s1I.1s1111.11111g111 ll1t'1l1l'l'L'llll7l'Ugl'2ll1lS 1 1111 -1-1111111111-111 -11 .1 111-11 1111511.11 1111111111111 wl1i1'l1 "111 11' 11-if 111 111.111 1111111111l.11i1111s lllll 11121111 1111105 11111 111.111.1111 1111111 .lllll 1111, 1111' 1111111. llIlS p1'o1C1'1. 1 11 lll' 1.111 '-11111 lll1PNl Ql.ltlll.Ill' 211111 lmsl 11U1'lOl'1ltC '-1-11 lfllllllts llllllll l'Xll'llNlxl' 11-s1'g11'1l1 111111 1111111 -1 111 11.11.-.11111111i1iis1111s111 llllNlK'1ll'kf1lllllcllllcx' 'lllllk' 111111111111,1I 11x111-111'1111- 11111111 1111c11 lczrcls 10 1111 111.11rX1I1. 411 rrlilrllllllypql llufllx UI knuu-lcdg-L1- Workrnq on onc ol the componcnfg as 1111' ll 111111-111 l1l1QllIN111N. .1111l 1.111111 41s11'111111111y. 111. -.-.1111 4 1 1111 1-1 1111 Ql.ll1ll.lll' 1YUl1l lfvwlllf' .gu .11 1111 lllllls 111 1'1ll11.11l1lll. llltllhllf. l7ll5l' '.11111111111.11111 111.111 111111-1s111111s1's11l 4 llll' ' - 'ol- 111! 11111111111-111.11 1111: ll11' lv1.lKlll.llL C. .1 I 111111s111 .11 1111111111is11111s1q1111lyc111111'g- .-1.1.11 1111s 1-1 L1111 11.1111 111111 11111 1-wr i111'1'c11s- 111111 1-11 1x11111s 111 llll'Nl' l1l'lllN. 1-1 '111 111'-, 11111g1.1111s11'11'111l1 1-s111lJl1sl1Cil HIL 111 1- -11 1111-11.11 t'l1QI1lt'K'llllQ, l1111l1l11s11w. 131181- 1111111s11.111-111. 1-1111I1.11.11111- 11111. llllAllliL'. lomls A chemistry grad student handles much intricate equipment. 'if the no c t al - . . W Ompl-' C' 19-'WE bu1lt at the umversity are a research associate and a technical assistant, Arlmini Oll' Charles V1 Dean of Admissi U Marietta D1rector Of Administrative Cfficials n 1 intricate equipmcng 1 technical assistaf' J .Jn xx fha I l .Ll A if 1 DQS s NF KEN X 1 L X af . is" vi' ., N i .md I ,cg ii XVATTS firrgftlcvtf ' f X f L T l 1 - il I A JAMES G. THOMAS Vice President Walter C. l-ef University ol Illinois Foundation The Un' ' - ' ' '- Students, take note! Each year the Foundation pin- lli i ,irmaii-,ri plus gi wix import ini mln, lol it is in ii 3.10111 .-,x1nrl.ill1m ullus 4' lumlion is to Clll'0lll'2lgC vides scholarships for students who need financial help to further their education. If a student is a scliolznui ill l -r ilu pxripusi ol assisting ilu- grim-ral t-diualiolial sv in 1 .ri-lu prrwi sill rl lllt' l .lvl l. ,Q . whiz and has a definite financial need, then the Founiln- tion is sure to help him out. lin I iinliiron his run :main wiirtt-s ul I't'Yt'llllt' - 4 . . Turning to another page of their program booklet, il 'i limi Xi lin xr nu nl lnuil. .i lilllt- num than a tleczulc is noted that another major division of this helplul coi- I' in l ilu toil-4-1.1111-lik 1-rul-mnuriii luiul,o1'g:rnilt' the mi llviill-ills poration is its work on library enrichment. Not one oi two, but hundreds of important collections have 601111 I X H rin'-r ol --pp'-rluiiriuw lor stunt- to the Uni- ll. x 1 il .mil Ili- sl.lll lills lln l'wllllsl.lll1mIls progrguii lmok- to the University Library through the good deeds ol llli lfoundation. i ill llllII'lll.llll llxl1l'lNllPlll1lxllll lll1lllS1lI1ll5 Ol l I H' w4""r '-slut ll illlfull-121' lt'Nt mln and aid stall Special projects, such as memorial funds, alll llll ' ' l lacllmo I Il l- '-'-ll-I ll.tXr slnrlll ll llllllllg Illtl lllt'l1l 111 gg-ylllln l 1--rr--T if F'-,l v if, ,Q H., -. .JREF V i-...af O , 1. .iv Ill -s .f 1 9 stu ', x x Q, treasury in fulfilling its goal ol augmenting tie provided by University and state funds. CHARLES C- DGLONG JAMES cp cotvuu Assistant Treasurer Executive Director and Secretary liacsli senior in th l'nix'ersity Ol Illinc lwisliip in the Alu inlopted this year. llin-s-paying membe L--1 alumni organiza nill heroine the new lor Sli years has ber sin ol Illinois whil I'lu'ough an elal -oliauion keeps trai ilnoughout the wo lll.llllJll on these al , ,ff , i y y yyyiy i 1. OFFICERS lAS 2 Filllllllllllllll pl- :cd linzlmizll In fm is an scliolqi-1 lllcn lllc lfounili 'oqrzun lJOUlslk'l,L 1 .X . . I this hclplul io, mem. Not om'-f clions linw will good clvvcls ol ll! l lumls, grill llf Ning' lllc' lianciliul m S. N.'.f.,n.-fc, L.-da A A Y The University 0l Illinois Alumni Association l.ull Nflllill in llul llllll', l'Vv", Ql.l1lll.llIIl',1 -liss il rli' Xu . Q, 1. ,H ,' 5 Af 4 llllXllNllX ul llllll11IN'.XIlll1'1l'lX1 ,I lull I'.'.1INlll umm X.,..l . I ,g 1 , lulslllli In ilu' Xlimlm XNNlHl.Illlill im-lf: .I mn-. imlaw. ' , lm -. 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' X 2-S y i 'yi A -ni Q r r-.1-ff, -4 ' -1 1, .'.'ir1 H.-md, Mrg, Frances Watkins, A. J. Janata, secretaryg Kenney Williamson, presidentg David D. Henry, U' i , Dirt .mi Harm-.'ood, Howard Clement and George Wilkins. '-mfr .I uf-rr 3 f 1" I-t' lrWi+frmnliyv.'i!i'1 the student leaders, who make up the President's Panel. Dean Turner and AJ - . rf.. . ring ttk a real hash-it-out affair, for either side may ask questions of the other. i Q 'Lt -. 'fit a 'Tl-, Q ll 'l. Sy ix Q Deaf Sv 'ir Uni-V 9? -si-'O P C T98-'E remin QOS an 3 a QQ 15-Vi oi gr de jj a ii X Iiees . xv - , " ,x ' fQf,' W' H" 'hlf1'- 11 vi xzzw- ax. ..- ' - -.. --' J - x ..-. , , . A ' "' 14-.. 1 ..J'1 ,,.'-35,113 a.' A.,,laL'xX-.1L"r "'1"'x'.':E vu!-'1'-':.c':n '.-. Lu: ',n,,- - " W , . , . i ..I,JA,,'4.'i1M AL .l v 'Lf l .1Q , . -,xv . J", , 'N' H "' "-'v -'A-' -'J '14'. 1,1 .Hi . ,-g',4y',g1..I . ff' '...xZ'.l " - R , Q , ., H . . Q lp ,Lv ,,,. . ."-3 L,--'3,', jfgggi 51.3, ,', val.. I H' ' - ' wi ,..-- 1-,-.',,, .m. .. 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' f w ' "H ' .' :ff z- . .,., .,' . AL, I, .,....1 u,'--'- -Si-V1 - -- ff -'-C",-"M IA px Yr """"- v f. . .- - . ,A - . . ', I -. ,,..,l v ' r X- 'xv -PK "i- "1' N X- v-J. 4-.. g,:x,-,., w--... ..1, .--fr--1--: --A -""- ' it ill L. "if 1 '.', w.:. ' ' '-'.' '.-Q . xfic, g Q s ' '-H1 ,, . , , W , 1' . , mgiuvfe-lr pg ,,, ." LL L I.'v,Z.' .1..', l'.T.-Lf-..L'I.' LJ- 32241. . . - , -, v . 4' ' ' Z ' Q ' '- 'A J Y ,,, ,,,J ,. -,--..,..... " W.. .J-..'1-Ji'-ILJ , A .Ln u D "Y ' 0 "'c'A1aicn. If ATHLETICS 93 'ju 'Bur Aj-if Q. SPGRTS V RSITY SPGRTS 'C+' 4 '1 gf Q 0 -rf I -X' f E . x V L.. y, .,- L- HX i 4 If 1 'N-Uiaz, X I ,, , :sg 5 va , N ' 'fl 4 JZ, X 1, Isa' ,nnpqians f 41 "" "' ""2""'fnnrlnlL1ou-1-nl .. ' .1 V'-' .- .gn--. 'I .... N - .- ' f 11k 7 63. , ' 'Z j . Q 5 ,X gb , Qi i'iUEA2ig': ' ' ' ' L- . im, f W?lt"'i"""'m The centers drill with the quart b . k ' of the team is spread around the afielsd ::Cllear?eg'?S2 - . . Omg through drills for their respective positions l.H.h, in May, wlii A inking 21lJ0Ut b' , l Lln 'H K ' hrol iliougllfs going t b is mu rlus PWM 6 laciemelil lim' Qiffldlmted by t he answers KO we lizive fel? liiul l t Nlnrillg pmctme. gin-ing practice ser' .mil to lil! vllm, 'l'lll'Ollgl1OLlll sl W which intl to get an itll cesslul in the I nilizirize L rim1nngfIS ill .llklll lil' alll' Two of the bigger imc. "Will we ha' lliirliell who graduz lic iilule to take over igitgiiit by Tom Ha liimzil baseball Conti pin in any collegiat .mil many other que imrkccl long and ha "vmA l --1,-, ' ill 'PIII' I. V ,. '. iv !f,Aiv lt l fi pg-ririfl in which both the "W 'l'1"l"'n'- lf be answered, One COl'l injl he remainder of the team waits on the l1 ll 1 ,U A 5 1 . .il nt fi rho m1nY spring practice scrimmages T The conchcx ware . ., , H, 4 , 4 1 Q Y . V I Y Y' I ,' J C . , N - i ini, 1 4, -- ther rcs " ' DCClIve talents In the s ' - -Dflng everyone gets a chan . C9 to Drove himself SPRING gr ', il c , A .Q 4 I ' '4 4 "A ' , 5 ' . A ,.. . .. , . -'fu A I ri v L J- 'A Q -, '.-Q 1 rb0.Nv'v.':. ..,,MvUr' ,, .,- , ' 4 . ,, N W Vs J- - "."i. u ,wp ' V 5' X 'A Q ' Jw'-if , .MQ - fp- ' .D -5 1 a N by X J . v - , , . f . R ,. - i , .. sn.. -W l It ., --, It .7 fo S I H. , W ' . -' -. 0 K I. A 'Q qi aye.. .q'.-.t,3KF,,,-:g , Q "Vs 'Q ' f ' .',i 'vm . - x 'V-1 f A 'eg 'ffm-,+.A,., X,, 1 - 14 , ' . Nirhw Qi- h .' Kline.. ' ' ' V4 id '. '- . "Q" ' f ng,i"4,'v' , v f " 4 -.. A, .v 5 f , . ,. fx ,t4T?,,Z42V v ' All ffxfwr , i 4 T, 1 'X , f ' mf' i , V 4.1: ' -- .-QXFW I r, W-I 3-A, .K X R s 1 N I u. Mu ...1w' ' .- rbacks, while HM SPRING PRACTICE...Long and Hard Work M!! 'ill' Oi, .L 7--fi' AO 'Q ' .4 s'xH32I?!1.,,Q if ., I it X M.,-.... lfuinbles cost th NI mul Lwo touchdi lucs, :incl a third oi The Illini were lmrilling recovered gmail. A 79-yard dr: mum lulown, howevc nal Sl yar only seco lm' the ll With 'ill-yzllrl 1 p ay to the g elecrriliei 'Ulrl on the next pll ul- - Klkllllll H. hands 0 E an Ill THE AWAITED DAY . . . Fumbles, Disappointment I X r L fuly nn Ike :canon i ' CDH fha QT' " ' ' - rachce. - , ,e 1-he members IIN' lllllll uvlc' llkruxw Tmxa-if X ' 5 Du: to vwmfvou: .n,.,.,..-, sfor the season. lxunllux-4 ll'1llXi'll'll .n I l I X : '-' l ' ' ' l".ll XTt'N.lltl nllikc' '.-.xx Ilftwil ' I ' I'-mxxPx-L-xxnn, lr-lxxm-x4'r. .mx I1--lm 1 .1- f I-11 KIIV flILll .ll x.411l- -M R314--zmlz. XX xllx -vxxlx xxx -nuxlx zlxgn fL::.z:4 ? f - "N x.ux! lvLqx L-u ilu- l K I X ' Zzivra ll -H Pl --- X lx'n llllliL rlmw KIIIILWE 13-1 .1-'Zu f N -squad scrimmaSf 1-ml-,H ilu- IEVXI gin .N 13:1 - 1- Esfineddfitbiilgqgz :Eu-lmxm-lx-1l.m lllzm Emil?-1. L 1:1 first F3 the season- omg ' P I ,.,,, be -A .-..i, th: tiylll lit1Cl4L'vC l3Cl'NlCI5 fOr 3 flrsl dow .-Q, ovQ4.1ll'X99 'K"' ,,,, -..-v--s1.vnq- ,qi H. ,fl . 34 :,g' ' " " -- '..f- .'. 5' S' """ 1- r, in 'hfoughvyhpy qt, JW. Kmkaski proves his abilities as Fl . In their second appearance the Fighting Illini seemed to run out of gas, as they let 3 twice defeated Duke team edge them out I5-13, ,-Xl. though each team had the ball for seven Series ol' plays, the Blue Devils scored twice, taking 1, halftime lead ol' I5-ll. The Illini offense began ti, take shape early in the second hall as the lllinoi, eleven spiritedly drove the ball deep into Duke territory where L. T. Bonner bowled his war into the end zone for the first score. i Brilliant offensive work by two sophomore hacks paced the Fighting Illini in their second goalward punch. Sophomore hallback Dirk McDade made two spectacular runs, and, nl. though being covered like a blanket, nianagetl to haul down a pass from quarterback Russ Martin to put the ball on the Duke two yard line. On the next play, Bill Brown powered his way across a heavily defended Duke goal line lor the score. This is an example of the rugged "Gang" tackling of the Illini in the Ohio State game. After the game, Ohio State's coach. Woody Hayes, was quoted as calling it "Dirty football." . i X ss' . 1' , x ,-,V 1 4 .N K, ' F Formulating new strategf as his team leads MSU strategy was successful i I lit i..lI.,uing N,ilinil.ix,l.u.ul1llziy liliot seemed to . A . ., , Q . I ' . .. - . --.v - U, ifi.." ' ' in .1 ul Hln-I Stine Xliluvuigli tht- Illinois lint' was - ,N -, 1 in-. ni! -.tall dnl ,i lII'lllI'Illl1lllN .uh ol lklflillljj, tht I 1. sf I . . , li unit'I-..isll1'.i1ll4ul,1'll.lllulm, lllt' lllsl lllllll stult I " '-'.'.f..l I .'t ' ' ' 'lh H ' 'uikt-ws' i fun ilu ln li Ill! ilu ill ll lllt li l ll i. -I 1 I ll-innvi llll'll i.ut't I 1 li it in ilu UNI lint lin ilu' stint: X punt- ul lnqll, lil illltll'-lil hull. lux 'ut' lXl.IL1pNl,1 gg-l ul, IHHHHS .vsvd s .fat vp. if , ,rd-slim' xifinbig lf' ' I Hagel' Cf-'T J' y..'g,,3 4 1. 1 4' , 'Q ,xxx 9 LKB. sift ,t Halfback Dean Look I2 Quarterback Russ Marti fumbles which thwartec l 1 I-in. X--vit llir siipliulllwir' h,illh,,.L ,IUHIH-ll QI i.!-. i.. pin ilu hill in tllnn sian- it-Haunt, HH. .ii .inn .ni ,. ., um! Imssllulll1Ill.llll'lll.lllt llulm ll ill'- I" lxltluislrl '-Kllll lvllllttl llls tygx U, ilu- ulml I ilu! livzllgllltiyittlllylullIl1t'lg'Hy'lllllHu.l -4 - s . ,sq - V, iJ,',g,i'fi. Q. If 1 - ,fin -,x . fa. . , ,Af 4 r, f ' l'V 4 , ' 1 5' 'KUPY' hc lfiglning lllu HWY lffl il ul, EIU out I5-l'4 X ll lol' NCVCII xml, :cl lwicc' lwkm i c . . lilll :ns llu- llIm.,, l clccp lnm llul lmwlccl lm W, score. um mlmlxrlznml li in Llmc-il' mlm ' lllllllliltli Inu 11' runs. :xml I' Jlzmkcl, Illllllllglw iuzu'Lc1'lJ:u'k Rul C Duke two yur 'own powcrc-ml lul l Dulce goal lm: ackling of the Ill,- Ohio Sfafe's CO-li' irty footballf JllCll5l' llc-54.111 Q. A tf' i' gi ,vv"l'l7" a Formulnunl! 'W' """'gY Uslgwg. su' V . 4 l 1' hx. ,4.l.. ,Ay , . ' A n,,v,',', .'.1' lf ' ' ll., iss. 0 is . A. 1. vnvlb foil ' -1' ' K . vw , l l'l-253' 1 Halfbnck Dunn Look , l l ' fy l..1r!.-15,31 lx lr- -'-' 4-. -. T X- nh thc twilight .md cold -rw-.tg in, lr,m the TOD of a stand . i. inf l.f I v .itil OC fmtfll watch and direct the " ' ..,' ' v , i, ' t Tile' ptlftlut' QJITWC I ln good slunviiigs in the two previous games, and with lung. hzird przictices during the week, the Illin into ooinething not to he desired :it West Lnlzn-Que lfuinhles spelled htnnilizition :ind defezit lot lllii twig its thex' handed Purdue :in ezisv 31-8 yimm lwo ltnnhles in the first quztrter hy qt1z1rterIi,utL lioh Hickey set up it touchdown and field goal lot the l'iUllCl'lll2lliCl'S as they closed the qll1ll'l61' lezttlinu Sl-tl. The lllini Offense gained only lout' vzmlg melting in the First quzirter. .Xnother Ptn'due touchdown :ind Field goal com, hinzition lelt the hzilltnne score :it l8-ll. Rilillt wezitliei' didn'L bother the Boilerinzikers us that snort-cl again in the third and lotn'th quzn'te1's. Tht ' I lone Illini TD. cznne on Z1 drive from the Purtllll. lti. f2ll2ll'lCl'lJ2lCli .Iohn Ezisterbrook pzicetl the drin- with two hne runs. Mzirshztll Stzirlas then skittert-il three yards tlnaongh the mud lor the score. SOMETHING LACKING Offense and Defense. D ' ' , -. , . cspate hard practices during, tht week, and gpurtg of Oufsfa,-,dmg play' Such as this defensive ac- t. it tr L- tllim Q tiIt1n't moufer much in the line of a serious attack against the rugged Boilermakers, epite ol tt teznn that was fired up as Z1 result 01 iran lllinl Illinoh my lllle tt'l"lll l tllt' NWT' lull llw I in nll I' Agt'll.ll. l llhlllllllg lu ltl4 llll linll TU ninnnlg Rim t-ntl .ina Iillmg 1 ltyitling .tgiin tt ut' lllii ltllll liil .itll the glint' V tunietl ici. Un tl lllll AX1 llilstllllt llowtwel l1t't'lt lllt llie s time to ilit' gun' ll1.tI tht nzutl: ll Yi,- 1 4 TYPiCal llllni t fired up as a res pious games' andlltlt IC we - l lil u b ek. tlie111miw ned at lt'f.5tL1f H . on :mtl defeatffgillt ' an easy 31,8 wolf uarter 1 - , ll ! D Il qllrnterlinll .mn and field goall c It el Iliff fllllllwei-ladil eil only foul. Yardj ' , SI, 'n and Held go-11 C0 u f IE store at I8-ll. Raitt lioilermakers qs thy, . Itlllllll qllql-le-15 . K II- Irixe lrom the Pu,-du, I llnlmk llllfecl tliedrir I Starks then sltitterf l lor the score. Illini end Rich Kreitling was the prime target for Illinois quarterbacks as he snared three passes good for three touchdowns in a 21-8 victory over the Uni- versity of Michigan. An uneventful first quarter left the score 0-0. Early in the second period with the ball on the Illini 17, quarterback john Easterbrook zeroed in on Kreitling at the 45. Gathering in the perfect aerial, he outraced the VVolverine secondary the re- maining 55 yards for the score. Michigan bounced back with a 73 yard scoring drive sparked by the bril- liant running of quarterback Bob Ptacek. With time running out in the second quarter, Illini quarterback Russ Martin hit Kreitling with a 16 yard pass, the big end just getting his foot inside the end zone before falling out of bounds. The half ended with Illinois leading 13-8. Early in the second half, Easterbrook again connected with Kreitling on a long aerial. The ace Illini receiver easily sprinted over for the score with Easterbrook running the extra point to round out the day's scoring. Action in the last half of the game was dampened by a constant drizzle which turned the field into a quagmire by the fourth quar- ter. On the Saturday following Illinois' fine showing at Ann Arbor, the Illini played host to the Badgers from Wisconsin before the Dads Day crowd. This week, however, the Illini weren't as successful as they had been the previous week. The spirits of the crowd matched the weather, both were cold and damp that afternoon. By the end of the game it could be seen through the fog and mist I I l lv' li ,git , "rs-Q I 'l ,, 4 . Defense. ve aC- -akeri that the scoreboard at the north end of the stadium read: Illinois-l2g Visitors-31. Typical of the afternoon, Wisconsin's Jon Hobbs l35l heads for the end zone after filtering through the Illini defense. The TWO Illini still on their feet are sophomore QU3fT?VbaCl4' RUSS Maf- tin IIOI and junior guard, Gerald Patrick l63l. ,l I .- A sight that was familiar at all home football games was that of the cheerleaders leading the team back onto the field at half-time, where they were met by the Marching Illini. . 5 , D"'r' ' j",2ff-?f'I-.'11,f'4 ,'.'fT."'f'f',3'-. , V - ng f , Don Ycnzcl, f' 7-1 l ' ' f llll' llllm- 1f'0sfOf the Dolnl after - - ' l ,l lii-in-. Easterlbrfzok holds The ball. " - - ,iii lp's!.'iClc' cntirsc for a Wildcat de- i :wifi ii-, il blocking the kick. Coming lo thu .uid ' , ,L-il liliiii hall carrier are Sophomore ' ', v 3' l ' .uf .-i f ,-i r .llitlftl llixit' Aitli l62l. 4-Y X ,iw- ," vi. 4 ... i , K . .' A r. ,R 'IC' , . :' r-- du W , ' "f'?'l. ' . -. gk A I' ful-w.. ... -- , A Ax: R?-4 f A The pressbox at the top of Memorial Stadium was always a humming place on the afternoons of home football games. l-lere, standing in the pressbox, is Charles Bellatti, Director of Athletic Publicity. The lighting Illini did a line job ol taining tlic ini' predictable Wildcats ol Northwestern 27-20 in zi scr- saw hattle lor sixth place in the final Big lil staiitliiigs The Illini eleven broke the scoring ice early in tlit second quarter as runs by Starks, Brown, and lizistci- lirook hronght the hall down to the N.U. seven, wlieit' ciiiai'tei'lxac'k Iiasterhrook easily roniped into fone. The pride ol Evanston bounced right lJzick,giii1l the Cllll in ton plays the score was tied, 643. Bruce Berkiiiaiiiii then cznne into the spotlight as the big Illini Cllll snared two passes, one lor a touchdown and ll lilf' lcad. Back sprang N.U. quarterback Dick rl'l10l"ll""l WCW Us mel: lPUWlCd their way to I3-I3 lizillti1il6Sf""'l" ln the third quarter, an intercepted Illini pzissliil I ul' UIC lllildcats' last T.D., and a 20-I3 lead. 1 on ilic lllini, sliotlaed into high gear, scored agail vllorts ol Dick Mcllade, lim Brown, johnny lilmcli liroolt. and Marshall Starks. The point after touili flown lailcd and the Illini were in debt, 20-19. The soinilioinorc lmackheld teamed up 011 the hnal srfiriiig lllillf ol the l958 season that put the game on IW w: Coaches Sieve Sue' llllihriow: Jerry Parola, -llm ' Dick MCDadef Blum l Fourth row: Rich Kreitlingulf Anderson, Jim E'llW'S4 Third row: Roland Pearson, l Martin, Doug Wallace Second row: Don Yeazel, Bri Ski, John Easterbrook B ll row: Bob Lanzotti, G 0 omBob Henderson, Bob .incl what for next iiiiiltl possibly be fills line, lizirdest hit by gr: lit giizirfl Bill Burrell The backfielcl that Xfii'tliweste1'n team we iiicliitling quarterbacl FINAL STAN lllttji --A-4-v--. llisioiisiii ,,.q A llliio, ,.,., lllll'tlllC .q-,- Q liitlizingi , ll,l,lNOlS .,-- Xoi'tliii'CstQl.n llliliigzin XllllIlQSOl2l ll' ' , , "" "lllgan State F soar the freshli an: C0VlSists 0 sitongst then' Y' Here th ,gfelihiough de differlog lltff em dete UV" . -1 1 511 l N 111' 11 .1 N1 1111111 111 1 l',lN11 11111 11' U L. .1: 111.11 1 11 1111 1111'1" x11'1 INN N It I1 11 'llxlt 0111 11. 111111 1141 1-np fn- Lhh 1,- 1 lowvh vo. 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P 11'c1'c 11s 1ez1c1i11g 5 11s 11OI101'Zl1'y 0:11913 1110 111e11 seemed needed. The qua 10 season these W 1i11011. A Dark During 0 Datientlvnsnoghghsegln c 'I 1 . 1 1 , ll Nltllllllll. 111' llllll lllf fll 1 111 l 111 ll' Q Steam' .13 A--ff -' 1 Pub iciti. 5 pressbii. 11112 lllf if 1'11 111 .1 iff 1-.1111 111 il' lllll llfii' X I NVH-11 1111c1 ' 1 11111-1111111 51-11111.11 1 l 1111111 U .tllll -ll 111111Hl"'1 ,, IIN. ,1111 1111 1'-l , lf-Llll. l 1 1111 1 ill 1 111 1 1 1111111 ll 1111lll 11l'l ' '11 1" l 1 1111, 111 11 1111 1' 'ft- w Top row: Coaches Steve Bucic, Burt lngwersen, Mel Brewer, Ralph Fletcher, Chuck Studley, Chuck Boerio, Bill Tate, Head Coach Ray Eliot, Tommy O'Connell Fifth row: Jerry Parola, Jim Austin, Marshall Starks, Dave Cadwallader, Rock Sharer, Bill Brown, Ken Chalcratt, L. T. Bonner, Mel Lewis, Jim Buss, John Stapleton, Dick McDade, Bruce Beckmann Fourth row: Rich Kreitling, Dave Rewerts, Darrel DeDecker, Deiustice Coleman, Cliff Roberts, Lindell Lovellette, Ernie McMillon, Gene Carr, Steve Rothacker, Dick Anderson, Jim Entwistle, Jerry Wood, Joe Krakoski, Art Kaha Third row: Roland Pearson, Larry Lavery, Bill Hemmer, Joe Rutgens, Don Bush, Pat Murphy, Denny Staub, Gary Hembrough, Ron Moody, Jim Beckrnann, Russ Martin, Doug Wallace, Gene Cherney Second row: Don Yeazel, Bruce Dollahan, Ken Gehler, Joe Geraci, Pat Lennon, Ken Kraml, Bill Burrell, Jim Brown, Ron Nietupski, Rich Nietupski, Joe Wendryho- ski, John Easterbrook, Jim DiGirolamo, Dick Wooley, Jerry Oberndorfer Bottom row: Bolo Lanzotti, George Brokemond, George Utz, Carl Johnson, Bob Allen, Bob Hickey, Gerry Patrick, Dave Ash, Jack Delveaux, captain, Don Grothe, Bob Henderson, Bob Salata, Dan Wile, Bill Offenbecher, Ron Hill And what for next year? Ten of the eleven positions could possibly be filled with returning lettermen. The line, hardest hit by graduation, is expected to be sparked by guard Bill Burrell, next season's captain. The backfield that performed so well against a rugged Northwestern team was composed entirely of sophomores, including quarterback John Easterbrook, halfbacks Dick If1N.XI,ST.XXDINCS IV I, T Iowa ,,,,,,,,, 5 1 il Wisconsin .... 5 I 1 Ohio ....,,, 11 l 2 Purdue 3 I 2 Indiana ,,,,,, 3 2 l ILLINOIS ...... -le fi U Northwestern ., 3 -1 0 lXIichigan s...., I 5 I Nlinnesota ,,,,,,,, 1 13 0 Nlltlllgllil State 11 5 l For the freshman football team, the sea- son consists of practices and scrimnna89S amongst themselves and against the var- sity. Here the varsity, in sweat clothes, SO through defensive plays as the fresh- men jog through various plays 28-EHDSY different defenses set up by the vars1tY McDade and Marshall Starks, and fullback -lim Brown. Add to this, junior quarterback Bob Hickey, sophomore fullback Bill Brown, both injured during the latter part of the '58 season, and All American candidate Rich Kreitling. YVith these and other returning line men, the Illini may well have one of the most potent offenses in the Big IO. 109 Z- Thc only senior plnycr tim, umrting five this season was ' T 2 i tligfif Tai,l'ir is attempting to stay in Q - f i' ,fvr .i'. I . 1' i v . Ed Perry drives '- ' 'I ll ' V ' 'mw- ' , i - , .1 player. His shooting ii 5 th- in-'ii important members of thc ,tilt tum iw-ivt the pressure off the front 1 tfilli-r fpponcnts, John Wessels takes a rebound from MSU' Johnny Green. Green, who scored 35 point? and made a tip-in with ll seconds to go yi win the game for MSU, was the individngl star of the afternoon. .-Xiter winning eight of their first eleven games, the Illini found themselves tied for first place in the Big Tong certainly a surprise when considering pre-season pretlir' tions. The three losses the Illini had suffered were at tln- hands of Marquette, Kentucky, and Michigan State: :ill ol' whom were rated as top teams in the country. Alter compiling this impressive record the Illini toni a break for finals and then took up competition againyi Notre Dame after a twelve day layoff. Something linin- pened to the Illini during their layoff for exams, for tln- game against Notre Dame turned out to be the begin- ning of a five game losing streak in which the Illini weren't able to do anything right. Then one Monday night, after having given a gztnic to Northwestern on the previous Saturday, the Illini sunl- denly found themselves in the second-half of a gninc against previously rugged Indiana. It was the same In diana team that the week before had shattered Big Ten scoring records in their 122-98 win over Ghio State. But. on this Monday night, only one week later, the Illini came back from a thirteen point deficit at half-time tri win the game S9-83g which proved to be one of the hig- gcst Big Ten upsets of the season. Lhe outstanding defensive player on the squad this year was Al Go ere Gosnell drives around two MSU players on his way to a score. Mi . 4, awf f , s 93 'tw eff'-Q ff! -nw ' 'C Vi' I 0 i X' Y' mf snell. UW18 his most effective eludes Michigan State's was another of the plea uncertain who would be kffs -1 rebound Xa.. A, - 5 .Ned D from MSL Sec'-3l'ldS gi N l N ug: the i ,g' ' Vleivif, l ll WH Qziiiieg. i3 ,li 1' In Ll , -N.lii','litl s Nliin, l i - iw 'lla' if lit ilic bail 'll His' lt? .X-A si in pm? . ircltr ii lg :an Suite: gy lllllit, 5 :lic llliiiiri. lllli in jigm, iiiuiliiiiq lij' xziiiii, loiil ill ilic lllii 'nm 3 gin' ' 'lm' llliniiii l ol .1 QM ilic inmeli 'ml Big lr' ii mic. Bi iii ilie Iliir lllillrlllllil ii' ul lllC U-: ,Lvl Gosnf 3 scare. 'yn 1 ' . fs. l s -1,5 ,fl I li Adding to the lllini's depth on the bench was junior forward Bruce Bunkenburg. Here he is unsuspectingly going up tor a hook shot only to find himselt sitting on the shoulders of a Butler opponent who had stepped under him while he was taking the shot. Using his most effective shot, the hook, Illini center John Wessels eludes Michigan State's Johnny Green tor the score. Wessels' play was another of the pleasant surprises tor Coach Combes, who was uncertain who would be his starting center when the season began. l Michigan State's center, Johnny Green seems to be falling over backwards as he watches his shot tall through the net. lllini AI Gosnell, Roger Taylor and Vern Altemeyer look in amazement at Green's fantastic shot. iq 'te often addacl the necessary spark to save a game, 1 V A 1 A shot of the Illini bench- It . fhi QU tnlnlt, the mmf powerful in the Bug Ten, tm uc ,I A y. 5 llzv. I' l-.x'.l"" in a -', Final Standing Michigan State .... NOl'llllX'CSlC1'Il N I icihigan ...... Ptmliie ..... ILLINOIS .,., Iowa ......----v Ohio State .... Incliana ..I.. Minnesota A.,Y llisconsin ,,.. - X ' If Cym wliurc lfLf CICVCU Years . M lls stands -It 'lu 1 . Dough, I t' ' iltall reams before taking over Director of Athletics H' L ,. is vi vt litlfl 1 IN -any-nn-.--v - Q " . d. 4 J Sv Ii U ,,ni 'GIA 'n' ..,. QI -.., K W L 12 'J S li S ti S li 7 I 7 T 7 7 7 7 5 9 1 lil J hfmv' , After the football season' iiia.: his 3 Easterbrook broughf 1 our! prowess to the baskelbjgfmpcghol I-le is shown taking 3 I ' Bob wi John Homeler, iiiaoiizl row: Lee Fwndsen' To Balcom row: Assistant Coach illtcr snapping thc nippearecl that the Ill vntl the season in sect their own court, the l their next two games ilu-n returnecl to the tht- lllini heltl seconc ganics teniainingg sf llnt, in basketball l quirk way ol taking ' nliat happened to tl Plate. Following the llicliigan, and this i lore the evening wal ,IIN 0 V ,I lui Hilillicil ltgeinselxc the season wlllufed Iiznl not Wiyn llc 1 wa lh IH Hull lt- unexpected haplg snort ennl OI an 84-5 nitli Illinois, Qhio llllll place. J . irlllllir-Ed Pe"Y whc 'vfitlnltiimg the b3Ske lllm th Shoot-ing ave e aH'l'mG sch 77 ft" Top row: John l-lomeier, Bob Schmitt, Lou Landt, Vern Altemeyer, Bill Mohlenbro k Jim Dorris Second row: Leefrandsen, Tom Adams, Bruce Bunkenburg, Ed Perry, John Easterbr ok Manager Dick Ekin Bottom row: Assistant Coach Howard Braun, Govoner Vaughn, Mannie Jackson, John Wessels Roger Taylor Al Gosnell Coach Harry Combes Alter snapping their losing streak against Indiana, it appeared that the Illini were back in stride and would end the season in second place. Alter beating Indiana on their own court, the Illini came back to Hull Gym to win their next two games against Xfllisconsin and Indiana and then returned to the road to beat Iowa. At this point, the Illini held second place to themselves with only two games remainingg second place seemed quite assured. But, in basketball like all other sports, things have a quick wav ol taking unpredictable turns, and that is just what happened to the Illini and their visions ol. second place. Following their victory at Iowa, the Illini went to .Xlichigan, and this is where the unexpected began. Bee lore the evening was over, the Illini had lost the game and Iound themselves in a six way tie lor second place. The Illini returned to Champaign lor their last game ol' the season, which was against Northwestern: a team that had not won in Huff Gymnasium since I9-I-I. But, again the unexpected happened, and the Illini came out on the short end ol' an SI-81 score, and thus the season ended with Illinois, Ohio State. Iowa. and Indiana tied lor Iilth place. Junior Ed Perry who in his sophomore year had much trouble in hitting the basket, overcame this handicap as he came uD with a shooting average of .489 this past season. This givGS him the all-tirne school record for shooting percentage. -Mm H if ,J-' 4144444 fe iff? H Ernle Haisley, above, and Ron Mitchell teamed up as the top two high jumpers in the Big Ten. In i958 Haisley set Big Ten and Armory records with a jump of 6' SVSU in the conference meet, and a varsity record of 6' 9V4,' in the Chicago Daily News Relays. The Illini jumped from last place in 1957 to first place in 1958 in the Big Ten indoor track cham- pionships held in the Illinois Armory. The "dark horse" Illini team ran away from favored Ohio State and Indiana to win their sixteenth Big Ten indoor title. The effort was accomplished with the help of the surprising performances of two Jamai- can sophomores, George Kerr and Ernle Haisley. Kerr came through with a surprising victory in the 440 yard dash over favored VVillie Atterbury of Michigan State, and Haisley beat out teammate Bon Mitchell for the high jump title. A surprising victory in the 880 yard run by Dan Imrie also played an important part in the victory. Probably the most outstanding runner on the team, Bob Mitchell gave the best individual per- formance. He contributed 125 points to Illinois' total with a conference record tying win in the 70 yard low hurdles, a second to Ohio State's Glenn Davis in the 60 yard dash, and a second in the broad jump behind Olympic performer Greg Bell ol Indiana. Bob McKown, Mitchell's understudy, helped the Illini cause by taking a Fifth in the 60 yard dash, and edging defending champion VVillie May ol' Indiana for third place in the 70 yard low hurdles. II7 If? Track Team Runs from Rags to Riches... A 3 The crowd watches intently from Armory stands as underdog Illini run away from favored Ohio State and Indiana to capture Big Ten Indoor Track Championship. Big Ten Commissioner Tug Wilson presents Illini Coach Leo Johnson with the Indoor Track Championship Trophy in the Armory last spring. zffs4iaQgQ,a'sYs,'sf'sQ1s 'H' f , . , I 5 2 . 53 er. 'Spa -v I New at tiaa . -,............,,..-,1 1' . -.. 1 , vi h 9 x -B' ". .N 5 -oar ...:..- A . 'bl 'Q 1-f 1 ,,y,,,- L 7-9 5, f gh ,. 'Nl f 'E 1' is d I ' f 7 8 Sec- , , , - ' lndoor Meet and goes on to win in a recor Tymg llmre O ' , M h ll Lk th lead in iltc 70 yard low hurdles in the Big Ten A U n lllirlcitl til c17't.f ?.4.1',fm Mliclwc-ll ran the same race in 7.7 seconds for new VBFSITY indoor and Arnf1OVY Vecolrldsv Sliiaiilng Amema . - - yltf nf ,ilu Hr X-.'.'v. mlm-fl "Athlete of the Year" at the end of the season for his performances In footba an - Inu Nu-x-...nl wi .ln lllmms lufml in llic- fftn cl,..1lllllulllyqltnsul nl i txllllll KVM Sophomore Dan lmrie, riglwt,-one of the big SUI'PVlS?5 of fha lgssolggj door season, is shown finishing the 880 yard run In vyl'1.ICl1 he SC a startling upset victory over Michigan State's Willie-Attciifliiilgiglwj ' Starting the same race is Frank l-ledgecock, left who lmlshe ,.4 gmail lol l 1 Xiltlllll lwl,u1Q.illilvllnllwllltuli' Illll lllHx1lx.llI1l .lm-in l'l.illl. llulguinlx lnl.iu'1l Ni'lHll1l glml ,untill xtxI.ttiv.v-lx. nu lll1'illlll'llIll lrlllbtlllllrltll ilu sntlllllll llmmg ilu lmg1i1l.ul N!4,INl1ll,illl lllilli XNIII um lliril ,tml iv.-vi1:.lllgul.ll llll'4'lNl1llA'l'Ih llll'lI lu will inn: Ilu ll'Nlllls .ll Iluwf units uni' IN 7 p.ll1.v-,t ll I IXUIN r- Ulu-.Ni,m' ill ,xllllllltlll lll. ll l lXt IIN T- l'llI1llll'llll,X1r ' II l IXKHN .1 Xll-liigguli il llS iilu-.1-xlrlil LH l l x l l l i l ii- ard tying time of 7.8569 3rdS, also tying America' all and track. surprises of the l958lli 1 run in which h65f0lf' rates Willie Attellful left, who tinishedlllll A -JL... Ron Mitchell, captain of the '58-'59 track team, shows his form as he clears the bar in Big Ten lndoor Championships. Mitchell went on to take second place in the high jump behind teammate Ernle l-laisley. Individual Efforts . . . . . . Team Victory BIG TEN I ILLINOIS . Ohio State . Indiana . Purdue . . Michigan State Iowa . . . Minnesota . Michigan . Iliisconsin . Northwestern NDOOR FINAL STANDINGS . Lim . 39 . 35 . 24 . . 19 . 17 . my, . 16 . ll . 6 H9 af' 3 ' .ff . 2 D- I . Q 'it . , d f 1315 points in the Big Ten Outdoor Cham ' . Q Bob Mrtclglell azcigugiatfd dflh and tied for first in. The 100 yard daslizronshxtgs. He won v lc a second in the broad jump with a jump of 2419? NCAA meet Mitchell too ug ff' George Kerr, one of the sophomore standouts on the team, ran the quarter mile in 246.1 in the conference outdoor meet, but lost to Ohio State's Glenn Davis, whose time of 145.8 tied the world's record. A week later at the Meet of Champions in Houston, Kerr set a new varsity record of 1 149.5 in the 880 yard run. The Missouri meet was one of the contests in which the Illini encognlezej u trouble with rainuduring the outdoor season. The lllini barely squeak? 0 Wm Over M.'SSOUr.' by a score of 68-64. Here sophomore Dan lmrie is shown et ing a Missouri runner set the pace in the 880 yard run. it , I , X W, L W'-61 170 '5 5 h Leo Johnson MISSOUWCO' lllini were trailing in the mill? relay bl The Illini captuffifl bv edging Indiana 45 .tthlete ol the Yearjf 220 yard clash and tli Ernle Haisley won tl recorded a 246.1 time to Glenn Davis of C world mark. Kerr broke the val ing week with a l:45 Houston. Illinois merited a f meet at Berkeley, Ca Bob Mitchell in the ' Hnisley in the high the discus, and a tie Mitchell in the high In season compei Cornell, Iowa, 11Vis :md the Quamigo A nois athletes who i the majority of theii 5331? 10+-I-for S Practice. Joh competition, but becalli 1 W f Coach Leo Johnson is a little worried over the outcome of the Missouri contest. Going into the final event, the Illini were trailing 64-63, but with a fantastic final lap in the mile relay by Kerr the lllini won the meet. The Illini captured the Big Ten Outdoor track title by edging Indiana 455 to 41 with the aid ol "Illini Athlete of the Year," Bob Mitchell. Mitchell won the 220 yard dash and tied for first in the 100 yard dash. Ernle Haisley won the high jump while George Kerr recorded a :46.l time for the quarter mile only to lose to Glenn Davis of Ohio State, whose :f15.8 tied the world mark. Kerr broke the varsity mark in the 880 the follow- ing week with a 1149.5 in the Meet ol Champions at Houston. Illinois merited a sixth in the NCAA championship meet at Berkeley, California, as a result of a second by Bob Mitchell in the broad jump, a second place tie by Haisley in the high jump, a sixth by Bob Pellant in the discus, and a tie for fourth by 1959 Captain Ron Mitchell in the high jump. In season competition, the conquest of Purdue, Cornell, Iowa, Wisconsiii, Northwestern, Missouri, and the Quantico Marines brought light to the Illi- nois athletes who journeyed out into the rain lor the majority of their Crusades. Coach Johnson watches senior Ted Caiazza .work out with the shot Dlff during practice. Johnson had counted on Calazza fOr bell? In the Season 5 competition, but because of a knee injury, Caiazza was not able to compefe- Completely exhausted after finishing the two mile run, junior Harold Harris is walking around the track trying to regain some of the wind he lost during the race. Taking off his sweat clothes before start- ing the mile run is sophomore Jim Bow- ers, who broke Illinois varsity records in the mile both indoors and outdoors. , , , Q -f ,ii-fini-.z'-f"5v. , . , 1,51 ts., .fi 'Wi' i V Q , V - .Lfl.-.',fa,".g- , . " A'i'fg7',.fi.3I..4'7,g 1.4. 'X , f,, -. ' , 14- gr' ,'-A., . "gguf'. 14,3 T: 13' 24,1-riff 4,221 wr."-. Xxx. '-"'-54-Slim Ts.,. f.Q,,.-,'gg,-, .53 44 Ln...,,Hn5,f-ighgj-gl-fi,4-H51 ,i7gf'v",'W.: hs-i Q , H, 'ff if re,-1: J. : Q, V .rg fs f- W , -i - . i .x..,..,f-.,f ,J f 1.3. in f-J . .:.. i,.,.t, .1 .. f ,,5,,,- ,,,,,,.Z,-ct 2, , 5 , f,,.,'3h' r, ii, .. 1 V ,fnluv-5. ,-1,-.,+, if, u,Lf..g'.t r, f K :gvt L.-i.'t'-f .- 4,- . . .,.,'y":s. j.,gI.,1:.,1,j1 f . 5, -.. . , -,, .,,.,, ,rf 'Q , , V f -a Y Y .gf , , RL. ,. V l . 5951. wiizxt ' L ag 55141-y.4t s ,A L. 121 Spring Pre Alter finishing in Mifhigan for second nd after lost el losses, fl mg players to gradui tlie luture of Coach questionable. Would ' rs be able to take o io biggest weakness wot let, last year's home-1 the team, had signed lelt a big gap in the lt appeared that t tiroiind the mound c three ace moundsmel Frank Schwartz and tleseo. It also appeal velop into quite an To get the team it Coach Lee Eilbrach iii Arizona and Oklq against some of the Receivin , S the th as first baseman :Ferrer up tv div. A45 Q., ,4xH!"'41't' . g ...aw l . ,ivy .V 1 .JE W , 5 V o lv , r ., O H 8 , Y .1 . f 4 2, t A if , Jr rf f 'K ,Ly ' ' rf' ll U .,., -wir ' 1- v 'aff 1, Sprung Practice . . . . . . rn Arizona After finishing in a three-way tie with Iowa and Michigan for second place with a record of 7 wins and 4 losses, and after losing several of last year's outstand- ing players to graduation and professional contracts, the future of Coach Eilbracht's team appeared quite questionable. Mfould this year's sophomores and jun- iors be able to take over? It appeared that the Illini's biggest weakness would be batting power. Tom Hal- ler, last year's home-run and runs-batted-in leader for the team, had signed a professional contract, and thus left a big gap in the batting lineup. It appeared that the team would have to be built around the mound corps. Returning were Eilbracht's three ace moundsmen from last yearg they were seniors Frank Schwartz and jim Flynn, and junior Bob Te- desco. It also appeared that Jack Delveaux might de- velop into quite an asset to the pitching staff. To get the team in shape for Big Ten competition, Coach Lee Eilbracht took his team on a spring tour in Arizona and Oklahoma where they played a series against some of the Southwestern schools. Receiving the throw too late to make the out is Russ Martin, Who TOOK ,Over as first baseman when Captain Ray Thonn was sidelined with an ankle Injury. .wrt ,T gn Jim Cvik receives congratulations as he finishes a quick tour of the bases. Cvik was converted from an intielder to catcher early in the season, and shortly took over as No. l catcher. eu in 4 Frank Schwartz coaches Bob Klaus, one of the team's fastest men, as Bob takes oft from first. ' 5' 4 is iff 43,5 . ... -.-'-- .-f,"-' ...fu-ft 5183- ,,, ,,., , ...t , Q ga g- ----nf-re--f---1-P' 0'--P'--"" Sophomore Bill Gawron saw considerable am. behind the plate tor lllinois and is expected tovglv ee J , much rnore action in his remaining two Seam. ns .igbc X I .'Q A-xl -Q, :A fa.. 11'-ei ' 5. "'elA'flvlk ' i' ,'l'1. 4,-,YA U With spring comes a certain feeling of laziness SS DOflfaY9Cl "'l the erforrn on picture above. Several of the players watch the team D A ' who uses the tarp roll as a D'll0W' the field along with a spectator I ' I s .Q The man behind thc mask could be cllhcr C.1t.1l.mo, Gawron or Cwk- Each mx-.N much fl-.ity during the 59350,-1' l2-l Sophomore Russ Martin leaps high in a game against Minnesota. Martin had a season batting average of .3805 high enough for eighth place in the Big Ten rankings C0V1si and is ex aqm - . De ll- remainmg mfgecgtqts easom defable "K Second baseman James Vermette's graduation leaves a gap that Coach Eilbracht is going to have to fill for next year's squad. xxx' w-,,,, vi Nm U r . t a .g I K iff., If ,V A A .. ,i igqxr I .fag -M ,f ,. 7 ,gl , i f I l rg - ,av1 , , . . I: K., 5 -S Qu -um Y- X ,.ZlZHMA. ,dx ,.....r S W I 1 ,Q ,y , V a Martin had a fr tr .41 Big Ten rankings l., .. ,. 1, ., X .1 1.5 I 5 jx fc 1 ,..5gq.'N. . 4'-'H . ff V 5 na tr . " TW Q.,v1Q53,F,:J-wax...AJ.-5,5.Qj,5g.:'.g..',a.ixiyy 3 - 5 -,rLj, , ,:EA.11 rg- f ,-ing: 55. l " 3 W' H5.t.g.1Q gf L' ff Q71 Lg 4 Shortstop Bob Klaus who made All-American as a sophomore will be back for one more year. His. Q ' i ' , 'Z' - f - ' ,ff .-.f f""""' , n I 5-an 9 l 5 - 'V ' r Ill' , s I 5. C., yt E x s l Q rg +5 r--is Ak, '-,vs-.:. ,..:,. ff th M ti' V' . - I 9 . ' ., IW- 'Pi I 'lv ,X , Kzwf' r- Al., ., T . VT 1 N r '-Qui-J: t ix' - i 'tty Mm' N Shown batting for the lllini is right fielder Bill Bolk, who again was an able performer both offensively and defensively. This year Bill earned his third varsity baseball letter. Jack Delveaux proved himself quite capable of playing base- ball as he took his turns on the mound for the Illini nine. .lack ended the season with four wins and no losses. ,., 1 1' i 'i ' j' 'vfrfffxi' 125 I mv' Sitting on the end of the lllini bench, and Ejoth seeing gimgi concerned with the situation on the fit? BVS Mamgor Kem Sprague, and Coach Lee EllbraChT. John Jurasevich, one of the outstanding sophomores on the squad this past season, IZ6 proved himself quite capable with a bat as he compiled a .323 average for the season. As the saying goes, "Practice makes per- fect." The lllini team could be seen practicing long hours on the field behind lvlen's Old Gym from the first sign of spring to the end of the baseball season. Thiffkingi worrying and hoping pretty well summarize the thoughts of these lllln' BS They W-3TCh B COVWGFCHCS Same progress on a warm May afternoon. ...QQ ffl n. sf! - 'Y' OI . c With H Seabzfdrinl' r enlerencfi TCC , . 1 to closed the se.isOI nine . After Ten mntlings- I th dropped five out om on the Squad egtto the team Went on Ce 2111165- enfhil' BMSCZC, next '. - 33 avf batting w1th a .3 a iores' Russ Martm on ' k De with fl 323- -lac , 1 he '58 season, had ci I fd, Next m H 4.0 ICCO Although next Yea' 0lSChW211'fZ, Flimn' Vi all of whom W111 be Q bmcht can look forwai of juniors and SOPPC vacated by graduat101 Z ....., Qi vig il' TOP row- Q Second yowgyiimln Bottom row: Bob Iv' of the outstanding ad ll"S Dast season, capable with a bagel we-G-se for the season, With a season record of 18 wins and ten losses, and a conference record ol ten wins and eight losses, the Illini nine closed the season with a lourth place in the final Big Ten standings. Alter a slow start in which the Illini dropped five out of the first nine games, the sophomores on the squad began showing much improvement, and the team went on to win four of their last five conler- ence games. Casey Barsczc, next season's captain, led the team in batting with a .333 average, closely followed by two soph- omoresz Russ Martin with a 327, and John Jurasevich with a 323. .lack Delveaux, Illini football captain lor the '58 season, had a fine season on the mound, sporting a 4-0 record. Next in line was Jim Flynn's record of 4-l. Although next year's team will not have the services of Schwartz, Flynn, Vermette, Thonn, Kating, and Bolk, all of whom will be lost in graduation, Coach Lee Eil- bracht can look forward to seeing a fast developing group of juniors and sophomores take over in the positions vacated by graduation. -s .' 5, L if-' 'I - l - ., i ., , . 'Q it ' - .-7.Zf'.l5.2""" .. Mfg -f..f'k- r -AQ...-, 1-'c-Q--s'-1--2 ' 1'-:Qu :ee 4-:Him .:.'.:- Waiting fo greet Frank Schwartz as he crosses home plate are Russ Martin ll2l, Jim Vermette l6l, and Bill Bolk. Frank was named most valuable player of the '58 team. l ll in 5 'X 'hr 'T' -lb! f"',2, i rw L fl' . It l Ut f,2w7"2"'l x l .Af :.vi. , i T C h L E'Ib ht John Jurasevieh Steve Molaro James Cvik Jack Delveaux, Casey Barslclf Jim Flvrm, John Katlng, Kent Sprague, Senior manager op TOWI CBC SE l VGC , 1 ' ' - - hvvarfz S d 3 ' , R M t , B ll Bolk, Bob Tedesco, Bob Klaus, Frank Sc . Bglfgm Fix: an Xllll9aldTlilteEd gshmulbagh, Fhil Cafalanof DEV? 5UYl19f, Bill Gawron, Terry Gellinger i W X afxtx so g X sr its ' vs' R X 'E ' asf , 3' J l.i 1 1- l ' i p l V N57-K 'K' l ,lla Jim Flynn, who in his third year on the Illini squad compiled a four and one record, will be missed next year not only as a pitcher, but also as a ' man who swings a powerful bat. Q 4 l27 . Gymnasts Capture Big Ten and NCAA Titles For the ninth consecutive season, the gymnagts have all before them to win the Big Ten Champion- addition, the team tied Michigan State for the SXVCPI OVCI' ship. ln NCAA title. It was the fourth time during the ten years Charles Pond has been directing the squad that they have won the title. The University of Illinois team piled up gr total ol MQW points in the Big Ten Meet against Iowffg second place total ll3y2 points and third place Michigan State's score of 63y2. Glympic performer, Abe Grossleld, once again distin- guished himsell as the meet's top scorer. He won the all- around and parallel bars titles, was second in horizontal bars, lree exercise, and fourth in side horse competition. During competition this year in dual and triangular meets the Illini won ten and lost only one. XfVith many ol the outstanding performers ol this past year returning lor the l959 season, Coach Pond will be looking for his tenth consecutive championship. -1952 n - h 1957 Captain ?fBtgge-ren tumblm r ner 0 . . Efliirts for the team tn its C Abe Grossfe all-around t mates electe Junior Al Harvey took a second place in the NCAA ttrmblrnq competition to clinch a tie with Michigan State for thc championship. Harvey was named by his teammates as most valuable member on the squad airing with Frank Harland, John Davis, who won the NCAA side- l'VUfSC iIilC IF! hrg lunior year' finished second tn NCAA competition this your Eid! row: Coach Charles Pond ront row: Richard Danner, Ed L. E A Title the g1'11111asts 1 Bb ' W 131: P1011 1' the D 611 year , fllffy 11311 11s 1611111 p11ed U, lo Te-11 C11am lliglill State fo 1111110 the I luad 111:11 l 1 fleet z1g21111st 1011-at 11111 place Alichigan once again disiin, ill He won the all 3101111 111 110111011111 iorse CO1111JCI1I1Oll. 11111 1111c1 L1'ia11g11111 one. 1X'it11 1112111101 year 1'CEU1'11111g 101 ioking for 111s temh Captain of the 1957-1958 team, Frank l-iailand, was the winner of Big Ten tumbling in 1958. 1-lailand also gained 'N' points for the team in its capture ot the NCAA title. 1.1111 X IDIS Abe Grossfeld won the high bar, tree exercise, and all-around titles in NCAA competition. l-lis team- mates elected him to captain the 1958-1959 squad. Back row: Coach Charles Pond, Frank Hailand, Allan Harvey, Michael Walters, John Davis, Abe Grossfeld, Gil Brinkmeyer, Assistant Coach Front row: Richard Danner, Edward Gombos, James Blazek, Robert Diamond, Paffllfli Blfd, RlClW6fCl Dick, Senior Manage' C37 ' 1 v CL? l l ' '4 ri- xxfy cs '-4 M I fi .Ex fs.. ,v 14. 1 X X .J . . i .t 0 , . 'xx xl' ,4- p 'Y-'mrrwn Top row: Bill Gablnard Steve Lucas, Bill Schram, Ed l-lenn, Larry Hoflman, Werner Holzer b d C i 'n Robert Norman, Don Pierre, Sr. Mgr. Robert Mohrman Second row: Asst. Coach Mike Yohaz, Coach Pat Patterson, Tom Ga bar , ap at Bottom row: Bill Mother, Forrest Devor, Victor Paul, David Moore, Rex Whitlatch ' r Xt A X- . l l l l l . l Coach Patterson lfar rightl seems Satisfied l ' wrth the pcrforrnancc of his wrestlers in the l l BU! TCH meet, Above, Torn Gabbard ls on his s-,ay to a reversal on his opponentg below Cap- mm of the '58-'59 team, Werner Holzer exe- ctilus .1 lnkc-down, Matmen. Second In The num iumljed econd place atfngfl--Elf 8, 1958, it nior Ylfernf 1957 into S the Iowa H1 held March man and ju 'md l57 pound titles, rl A second by senioi X Witlach lllinois' scoring lor tht During the season meets belore being hit lnnglt, Michigan Sta ended with the Illini dual meet record. ln NCAA Champi points, good for sever inniors R6 lteztvyweight title and in the 157 pound divi Although the 1959 lighter weight classes experienced men, Co boys will be able to quately. With five le lor another successful in l959 look very goo Lllignot unusual for a wr C as l'l'llS, when Wre matches, which were he! l Mohrman Matmen Finish a Close Second in Big Ten Meet The Illini jumped from a fourth place finish in 1957 into second place-a mere three points behind the Iowa matmen-at the Big Ten Championships held March 8, 1958, in Huff Gym. Senior Bob Nor- man and junior l'Verner I-Iolzer took the heavyweight and 157 pound titles, respectively. A second by senior Bill Muther and fourths by juniors Rex IfVitlach and Tom Gabbard completed Illinois' scoring for the meet. During the season the Illini won seven straight meets before being hit by injuries and losing to Pitts- burgh, Michigan State, and Indiana. The season ended with the Illini sporting a very successful 9-3 dual meet record. In NCAA Championships, the Illini totaled 22 points, good for seventh place, largely on Norman's heavyweight title and a fourth place by Bill Gabbard in the 157 pound division. Although the 1959 squad is a little weak in the lighter weight classes because of the graduation of experienced men, Coach Patterson believes the new boys will be able to Fill the vacant positions ade- quately. YVith five lettermen returning, the chances for another successful season for the Illini grapplers in 1959 look very good. It is not unusual for a wrestler to find himself in a predicament such as this, when wrestling in the Big Ten'Championship matches, which were held in Huff Gym last spring. -M . L., - L ,-, '- 7' . Heavyweight Bob Norman was undefeated in competition. He won the NCAA crown for the second straight year to be- come the seventh man in NCAA history to win twice. Junior Werner Holzer, winner of the 157 pound title in Big Ten competition, will return in '58-'59 to bolster llli- nois' chances for another successful season. ps "I 131 Three returning lettermen from the 57 58 golf team are left to right captain elect Torn Orsi Ronald Cwlklmskl and George Nlva Golfers Improve he Illinois golfers posted a winning reflffffl in regular season competition in 1958 by wmnmg en meets, losing six, and tying two.. In the Big Ten Championship Meet held at 1 ed Illini had a poor second day and flmsh seventh in the tournament which was WOT! bl Purdue however, this was one place highfff than last year s placing. Sophomore "Hap" Georlett compiled the regular season record by 'winning eight twelve matches and scoring EVM, P01m5' on the team. Ohlo State, Netmf W3 s ss!" -fa 'C -'ifi-s sig? 6 WKQQKW. A V23 Roger Bielef number tour an the Big T Dick Correll captained the 1958 squad, ' t the team named Tom Orsi to captain 58 III. Four of the six letter winners ol , derclassmen who will be returning ln n Clem Gcorlctt compiled a r d f A ecor 0 C - 'W' . t h X twlr f.-.ms and few losses. 'iallfiig if Coach Ralph Fletcherlg g1VC the Illini hopes for a successlul S6250 eam was Duck Correll. El hlgller Big Tgn finish. liz Netmen Come Through in Big Ten Tournament aff" Ski, and George Niva, prove at winning 1'ffC0lfl n 1958 by willlllllg :ying two. In lllf ielcl at Ohio Stain clziv and finislifill hieh was won place higher Il compiled Ill ring eight OUI .ZW p0inIS, ll bl ian 5 best ol igll H158 squzitl, H122 rziptziin the wt . ' ' LU inncfrs ol 98 ' . 1"9 inrning Ill 9 essliil 86215011 fl ro nfl V , f ,... Y. ,I It Roger Bielefeld won the number four singles title in the Big Ten Meet. , shw- Captain Carl Noble won five matches before being eliminated in the NCAA tournament. By winning I6 out ol' I7 tluail ineets :intl linishing seeoncl in the Big len, the Illini nennen haitl :in exe eellenl sezison in lfl58. In zitltlition. iltirl Xolile. the ntnnlier one singles player lor most ol the sezison, won Iire inzitthes in the NCAA ineet lielore losing in the round ol sixteen. In the Big 'I'en Clhznnpionships, Roger liieleleltl and Bob Breckenridge ieznnetl to win the ninnlmer two doubles crown. In zitlclition, George Clilniore :intl .lot- lipkins eoppecl the ninnlier three clouliles title. :intl lflieleleltl won the nunilier lonr singles crown. The only Illini loss in tluzil COIIIIJCIIIIOII wars lo North Carolina on Il spring trziining trip in .Xpril. In the I7 tluzil meets, Illinois opponents won only I7 nintehes. Breckenridge, Gilmore, lipkins, :intl .Xl Holtnizinn. who zrlternzitecl with Noble :is ninnlier one singles player, will return in '59 to give the Illini netnien Z1 very good ehzinee lor zi SLICCCSSIIIII season. Front row: Coach Howard J. Braun, Joseph Epkins, Al Holtmann, Carl Noble Back row: Robert Lansford, George Gilmore, Robert Bronson, Robert Breckenridge, Roger Bielefeld ffl T-'JS 1 if! I sl , s .,' .f 3, 'r 1 '1- ,...:.:I.-fz eil? .X I 5 So si, . '5I z.'.y.-Henry.-,-Ag .u., ' . . ,J1.,f.5:l!E 'ua rf Ft: Leading the '57-'58 team in one of, best years in history was Captain Bob Hum '15 Right: Lorin Whittaker. captain of the -58-,5 team, took a fourth place in the NCAA' 9 fs si .XX X t i,,,.,,, Swimmers Finish Hiqh in NCAA Led by loe Hunsaker, winner ol the individual medley Illinois swimmers finished seventh in the NCAA meetfm their highest standing in history. Hunsaker also Placed third in the 200 yard breast-stroke, and Lorin Whittaker fourth in the l,500 meter tree style. of the season were to Indiana and Iowa. In the Big Ten Championships, held at Iowa on 8, l958, the Illini totaled 34 points with Hunsaker leading the way. He finished second in the 200 dividual medley, second in the 200 yard breast stroke, third in the l00 yard breast stroke. Other Illinois getters were Iftfhittaker, with third, fourth, and sixth Fmishesg Owen Ackerman with two thirdsg Bob Fr, Filthg and the 400 yard medley team which finished 'ii' As Hunsaker, 'lVhittaker, and Ackerman are all Joe Hunsake' became llllnolsi fourth swimmer in in '59, the Illini swimmers should have another history to win a national title by winning the ZOO yard individual medley in the NCAA meet. 5935011- Top row: Coach Allen B. Klingel, William Forsythe, Thoma W lk , J h H T l. ' W ' ' ' Second row: Dean Hallerud, Owen Ackerman, Robert Hunt,SJol?n Fix, Faggiindanorm hmakerl Allan Rubenstein' Assistant Coach Don Vankossen Bottom row: Richard Eberhardy, Eugene Kostick, James Bell, Donald Berg, Dale McDyer, John Donohue 'Vim addition to its excellent showing in the NCAAJM 'nois swim team had a good l0-2 record in dual meer, and finished hlth in the Big Ten Meet. The only 10555 pon tencer tain Of the Coach M3 Aff Schanls ,American Top row: Ge Willia Bottom row: Harris Fen: Led by "Fencer ol tuI'CCl botl Schankin elected to LCC Sentn In the l10Ck, Te: field of U Straight s lor 21 po Serltman Schank am in fain Bognslullftlis in of it - , inclividual he NCAA meet insaker also plates d Lorin Whittaker in the NCAA, . the. cord in dual mmg li- The only lossesi Va. ' at Iowa on Marrhl' A Eh Hunsaker H the 200 yard l breast stroke ther Illinois 'th, and sixth irdS3 Bob Hunt, hich finished an are all ' another i .J X Foil fencer Jim Williamson is cap- S tain of the '58-'59 fencing team. Coach Max Garret congratulates Art Schankin on being named All- fvv- -- American for the second time. . l ,fl F' Ji, . 1,-' . x f K fi g .Xa ' i f i !anRossen if Yr! 1 , ' - ii .F ,.. li U! ,. 1 v 5 4 1 - 1 Q-, do Top row: George Fischer, Robert Becker, Robert Tripp, Russell Guthrie, David Kennedy, David Tillema, Senior Manager, Edward Gray, Ron Delismon, Jim Williamson, Gerald Silverman Bottom row: Coach Maxwell Garret, Horst Konrad, Warren Danzer, William Camp, Abbey Silverstone, Captain Arthur Schankin, Lee Sentman, Ron Shipka, David Harris, Martin Kramer, Assistant Coach Bill Seiller Fencers Win Championships-Big Ten, NCAA Led by Captain Art Schankin, who was named "Fencer of the Year," Coach Max Garret's lencers cap- tured both Big Ten and NCAA titles in 1958. Both Schankin and sophomore Abbey Silverstone were elected to the All-American hrst team, while senior Lee Sentman made the second team. In the NCAA meet, held on March 21-22 at Lub- bock, Texas, the Illini scored 47 points to pace the held ol' twenty-five schools. Schankin won twenty-one straight sabre matches in the tournament to account lor 21 points, while Silverstone was third in loil, and Sentman took sixth place in the epee division. Schankin also paced the Illini in their capture ol the Big Ten title, March 8 at Indiana, by taking first in the sabre division. ln the epee division, Sentman hnished second, and senior Ron Delismon was sixth. To account lor the remainder ol' Illinois' 32 points, Silverstone took second in loil, and junior .lim VVi1- lianrson, captain-elect lor 1958-1959, was hlth in the same division. During the regular season the lllini started slowly hy losing their hrst three meets, but hnished with a re spectable 8--1 record in dual competition. As both Silverstone and lllilliamson will be return- ing along with several other letternien, Illinois' pros- pects lor a successlul 1958-1959 season are good. 135 1 at 1 1 f 1 Xt ,ffl s ur, 5 it ii A 1 'Q 1 ny wi 1, ,l fl' 44, 1-'ka -l ls I r fi. 5 9- ' L' Standing on the wall of Memorial Stadium are, from top to bottom, Dick Hoff, Paul Willis, John Lane, and Chuck Wirthg all are holding the signal flags that were used at foot- ball games. . - ' la Appearing dlSaPP0""ed Wtfe eh lllinis fortuneS OV' fogtball field are Mafgg Dee Donovan, an K ' . Mr55eSue Drendel. Cha-he, Cha-ha . . . . . . Cha-ha, ha, ha! 44 v ,X . r . 'Huw .i tml! hu nleifdi i'l'lJ1i"Xlll14'lClY uv siutiemmai out lor cheerleading before a faculty board. Aim Um, Wccle to acquaint everyone with the cheers and procedures. the board started a gradual elimination until by the end of the second week there were 15 finalists. These finalists were then interviewed andi squad of I3 cheerleaders and two alternates were Chosen. Until school was out, the squad practiced three times a week. Xflfith the start of the football season, the cheerlearl. ers found themselves confronted with the task olde veloping new cheersg the new trumpet cheers werelhi most successful. A first for this year's squad was the traveling in a chartered plane to away games, high. lighted by a banquet given by the Minneapolis Illini Club. As the football season drew to a close, the cheer- leaders started working on basketball cheers. Midway through the basketball season, the cheer leaders appeared in new uniforms that includedi head-dress conforming to the traditional Illini theme. With the end of the basketball season, the cheerlead- ers' duties changed from cheers to publicity for the formation of a new squad, which immediately began practicing for next fall. TOP f0W2 DOnna Snyder, Mary Sue Drendel, Ann Drenckhahn Dee D M ' ' h leader Second row: Ginny Ho-mmel, Sally Duncombe, Melinda Bresee, Elissaonlifljalier algo Krlege Dee Donovan Wearm a new C ser Bcttom row: Chuck Wirth i S outfit, seems pleased with the WiY,ll' game is going and the crowd is cheering ,,-- Q. 3 . Q can . . W P V, ,, .. vi I r' A as Q . n ff X R i ss Q it '.-s The 'lifll inen on C211 intercollegii being a mer and long ll goal. This ship betwee ners. New sented in e the true fig Code of Spf petition. l Top row: Rc 1 Tobias Third row: J Harolr Second row: Devor Bottom row: Gornb Not in panel Colerr Richai it 3 , t 5. I 1 ,ti-ifhshtt H0 studei ulty board, Ill The Ch 'adual Q1 Hs uit, rlllt eers att llllllliillrtt interviewe- d anti, O alternates wc, 3 Squad 1J1'acticc.g .on, the clreerleatl th the task oltlr et cheers were th, 1"S Squad was tltr Way games, higlt vfinneapolis Illini a close, the cheer ll cheers. reason, the chest that includedi Jnal Illini tlteittr, rn, the clteerlead- publicity for tht tmediately begat a new cheerleadf' with the warlh Crowd is cheering 36 Tribe ol Illini ti, lhe Iribe ol Illini is a social organization lor all , Ai", 'I , tnen on campus who have earned a varsitv letter in 'V A -' ' intercollegiate athletics. An "I" man takes pride in 'A being a member ol' the tribe because ol' the hard work i , and long hours whtrh are involved to achieve this iif , goal. This organization helps to loster good fellow- " ship between the student body and varsitv letter win- , ' ' ners. New members are elected alter awards are pre, Y- li sented in each sport. The tribe strives to maintain 1mfsif"."1 the true Hghting Illini spirit and practices the Illini f I Code of Sportsmanship in intercollegiate athletic cont- 1 petition. Q, ,M -1' r "1 EN x ,f Officers-Top row: Thomas Gabbard, president, John Fix, vice president Bottom row: Ronald Hill, secretary-treasurer l l I , l l Top row: Ronald Hill, Richard Ekin, Alphonse Holtrnan, Norman Ehlers, James Bowers, Joseph Epkins, Alan Gosnell, Edward Perry, Bruce Bunkenburg, Allen Tobias, Dale McDyer, Roger Maupin, Thomas Walker, William Forsythe V A A Third row: John Delveaux, Robert Breckenridge, Ronald Wright, Richard Kreitling, John Donohue, Owen Ackerman, William Burrell, Robert Klaus, Richard Jenks, Harold Harris, Govoner Vaughn, Clem Georlett, Everett Kimmel, George Kerr, Lawrence Breyfogle 52C0rtd row: George Stewart, Arthur Carlson, Ronald Shipka, George Utz, Bruce Doilahan, Robert Hickey, George Ntva, Ronald C.-nklinskt, JOltrt Lattirnore, Forest Devor, James Williamson, James Harvey, Lory Bonner . A t Bottom row: Gene Wineland, Russell Martin, John Jurasevich, James Vermette, Thomas Gabbard, Robert Allen, Donald Henderson, John Fix, David Ash, Edward Gombos, Eugene Cherrtey, Abraham Grossteld, Werner Holzer, David Hunsaker ' E Not in panel: Casimir Barszcz, Rex Berry, James Cvik, Robert Madix, Robert Tedesco, Mannre Jackson, Roger Taylor, Warren Danzer, Abbey Silverstone, DeJusnce Coleman, Donald Grothe, Carl Johnson, Ronald Nietupski, William Offenbecher, Douglas Wallace, Donald Yeazel, Thomas Orsi, Patrick Bird, James Blazek, , Richard Fletemeyer, Eugene Kostick, Richard Whittaker, Ernle Haisley, Ronald Mitchell, Richard Mason : 'iii 3' trait . ' 5 -ew l U- Q . I I E I ja 1 3 S 4 ' ' : o 2 ' I l , ir, 1 'nr - 4.1 ' ,ri .fl X e .R ,I - ' Fe not ' lr' ,Ah X -,. gl. CD, , A .an 'lla N.- y, J -V ,vu-vp.-1-vw it . --'Hint -Q.:-1 rnruvgg .1 .ref no pq ..l,.L... ...Q .aa ,.. 4-L ........, 5 by . .-Ll Sf!! ' M..--1-qwxmwv-v' 'ysrj Z!!-v'5'f'Q1?t!SC"!""l S-. '. '- - -'V ' ' 5 I j 13.5-.1. . ' , fini: 'QM 'Att WNW tm :1zi'.ft.,S '5? A32455- i2tf4K"iF'af1f,a.Q- -1, ,,,,. 4... fr ' -55 41:5 r 4 I la," Outstanding Illini Athletes 'af , Bring Fame to the University Voted "Athlete of the Year" lor 1957-1958 was Bob Mitchell otball and track. Fast and elusive, Mitchell was one ol the most ieared halibacks in the Big Ten ir1i957l He also was the most consistant winner on the track team' dashes, hurdles, and broad jump. By account. ing individually for 12W and Wy! points in the Big Tenin. ddor and outdoor meets, respectively, Mitchell led the lllini nish in both. Alter being selected by Illini students and faculty, Mitchell received the Lion Gardiner Memorial Award lor the "Athlete of the Year" at the Inter. scholastic Track Championships in Memorial Stadiurnnn May 7, 1958. Here, Mitchell is shown battling Ohio States Glenn Davis lor first place in the 60 yard dash in the Big Meet. Davis currently holds the world recordl who excelled in lo competing in the to a first place fi Ten Indoor in the 4110 yard dash. Most valuable member ol the 1957-1958 swimming squad was junior Aloe I-Iunsaker who became the iourth Illinois swimmer in history to win a NCAA title. He won the 200 yard individual medley in the championship meet to earn recognition as an All- Ainerican. In addition, Hunsaker set new varsity rec- ords in the medley and in both the 200 yard and 100 yard breast stroke. Early this year Hunsaker bettered the world record in his specialty, the 200 yard in- dividual medley, while competing in a holiday meet in Florida and showed promise ol becoming Illinois' greatest swimmer ol all time. , et Tx - f' .siigqi gil Sis.. Tess- - f,, , Wifi .. , ,, f.,, ,,k, W, ,f f ,,-,W , f s eww-KWZWX M42 " ef- .v'W.aaafaf 1: ' w:N.'2'Z,.-fe M, -,,W,,,, -- : ff, , wt isx X is I x Q X W -- pastg. ,, ... aj me mf 1 I ' A t, A, , 44? first All-American since si. C. Caroline in inoiS' iunior football star Rich Kreitling became lll h 1953 when C b ii Di est's first team' was selected at end to the Foot a g med U-PI's second, and AP's third. UPI and AP also V. him unanimously to their All Big Ten te ams, Durllli , the season Kreitling was Illinois' main oiiienS1Ve Wealiil as he caught 23 passes for a total of 688 yards- Hinds 'viii Short bY.27 Yards in his attempt to set 8 flew ligand W J PHSS receiving yardage record, but did set 21 Hell of 85 the longest scoring pass by snaring Hffflaf rm Y S against both Minnesota and Michigan Ate ff N S011 the Cleveland Browns selected Kre1tl1I1 e I I f-if fy t round choice in the National Football Leagu i i i i Right. teammat 1958 for nounced post-seas the lllin and his position one of Gray ga Far 1- the 195 WHS he establisi Vwrestler tflil Blg 5 I it - fOr I f 2 S621 8 3 f 1 . ': 3 ' ' ' 4 ,gy , I HI-S - . I . d R t 1 JR 'f'f:! :"N?i . ' . A ': '- ff A ,f I . 138 up , thletes niversit 8 was Bo lld elusiv on the tra ' ljum .B b Mitchell P Y ?1CCOunl. g TCH ill. in the Bi tcllell led the lllllll g selected by llllll the Lioll Gardin Year" at the Intel- 101'l3l Stadium on lttlillg Ohio Statel 'fl dash ln the Big the world lemll Cl becalme Illhloll 3 2 in 1953 1111611 lf flfll, volfll ul-ill? Digests f11'Sf le ,nd AP 21150 'en tea11l1S-D H 1 offensive Weallgl 588 yards. H? . set 21 new lllmllll l set 21 ll lll ing 2iCl'l2ll5. 0. ll , Altel fl Kreitlillg HS tllllli lialll I,ez11f-llledldl ew fefoll ich igal ll ef Mitchell 'Q Lejl: Roger 'l42lf'l0l', filllllllll ol the Y, l958-I959 balsketballl lL'Zllll, llllN been itll X OlllSl2lllCllllg glllllitl lor the lllilli lor the lialst tllree sealsolls. nlqlllltll' hats won hon- X t.D1'2ll3lC lllCllll0I1 on the .lXll-Big 'llL'll lClllllS ' flak lol the llalst two SCZISUII5 illlll I5 L'YlJL't'l,l'tl yy - Pl' ,X to llllllitf the lll'Sl lC2llll llll5 lL'1lIA. XX'ltll llll'CQ g2llllCS lellt ill the SCLISOH, 'lllxlor llald ll .-150 held goall IJCITCIIIQIQC lllltl wars on llls wary to ll C0lllCl'CIN'C record ill lree throws witll Zlll .395 lJCl'CCIll1lQL'. Riqlll: Most Y2llll2llJlC lJlilX'Cl' lor the balseballl teallll l2lSf l'C2lI' wals l'll'2lllli SCllXS'1ll'lX. Ffilllli wars the lJ2lC'lilJtlllC ol' the .. ll ,as ll-'ml , Y ' llitehing stalll lor tllree l'C2ll'S. In his lllll- .+-1 , "Pb 1 l, I, U lf A l V lol' yC2l1' he hald 11 6-2 record which llellled :,. , 1 ,- ,Q ' V . . .... K, 1 yy l the lllllll lllllSll second lll the t'OlllCl'CllCC. -2-1" --1 , - .. gi, -. in ,f all: 14 422 1: fl-,'l'g4-ily 'W D t l I l llc ' nf- lu 1' Y -,gl ,l,, 1 51743, ll Q - .xlllltlllgll llls 2-5 record lll llls SCIIIOI' X'C2ll' ,gf-f muy- . "' ,- , . - s.. .. wars not very llllllresslye, l'l'IlI1li wars 111- 1-3---'a-,145 "Q, yolved ill seyerall low seorin f, well 'li 'X :ffl .,"' ff 71 : ffil I . v l .. L ., A ,E lltehed Ualnles. .f'-1- 1 ', -4 Q1 - . .A- - rnhkl... , gl'lllll2l5llC5 Slill' Abe Crossleld. He rellealtetl Zlo high lllll' Clllllllllltlll Zlllll aldded the lree exercise lllltl alll- Zlftllllltl titles to hella the lllilli to tie lol' lll'Sl lllalee with Allflllgilll Stalte. In the Big 'lqCll Nleet. Crossleld won the lJ2ll'1lllCl lJ2ll'S Cll2lIlllDlOIlSllllJ Zllltl finished secollcl ill tllree events, tllird ill one, Zllltl l-tilll'lll ill alnolller to be the lC2lCllIlg illdiyidllall scorer ill the llleet. .Xl the elld ol' the SCZISOII, Grossleld XVQIS elected to Clllllillll the l95S-l959 sclllalcl. lYitll the sealsoll llllllthl t'0llllJlClCtl, Cirosslelds lJCl'lO1ilIl2lllCCS illdicalte thalt lle Illlll algalill leald the gylI1IlllSl5 to the l'0llllL'l'L'llt't' alnd NCLMX titles. Riglztf Center Gene CllC1'IlC,' wzls elected by his tealllllllaltes 2lS the nlost vallllalble lJlllyCI' on the l95S football scluald, his selection being itll- 110LlllCCLl at the Cllanllnzligll lltllilfl' ClLIlJ'5 Zllllllllll IJOSI-5635011 football balllqllet. CllCl'IlCl' SlJ2ll'liCtl the lllilli with his steady OlfCllSlX'C llllly alt center Zllltl his good defensive work :lt his llIlClJ2lCliC1' position. After the Big Tell SCHSOII, CllC1'llCy wats one of two Illilli selected to lllaly ill the Blue- Gray gzlnle ill h'IOllIgOIl1Cl'y, Alalbaullrl. Fm' l'I.g'l1l.' Chosen lllost Y2llllZlblC Il1C1lllJCl' ol the 1957-1958 wrestling tezlnl by his tez1ll1l1121lCS wats llealvyweigllt Still' Bob NOl'Illll1l. Ntlflllllll established hilllsell zls one ol' the best lllillois wrestlers of alll tillle as he won botll the NClA:X allld Big Tell titles for the second yCll1' ill 21 row. K' -N if 1 hvlllllill' ol' tllree NCl.X.X titles ill l95S wars lllllltlli l-x qc 139 ,gl on, Urb Weidner, Tom AI'1C16I'SO'1 Junior managers-Jack Brons Not in panel: Bud Rosbrook, Roy Etnyre l Dan Kimmel, pictured above, and Pete Evanson were the two seniors who directed the intramural program, Intramurals Provide a Sport ior Everyone Although the varsity teams provide active competition lor the Stars in each sport, there is another sports pro- gram sponsored by the Athletic Association that provides athletic activity for everyone, whether they be stars or dubs. The Division of Intramural and Recreational Sports consists of two phases: the Intramural Program which provides active competition for individuals as well as teams, and the Recreational Sports Service which consists ol' a wide variety of non-competitive activities and infor- mal competitive sports. The program is administered by student managers with Iacultv guidance. The IMREC Board with Allen B. Two basketball teams compete intensely for their league title in the most popular l-M participant sport. Klingel as faculty supervisor directs the department The I-M program provides clean, wholesome comps' tition for the students, with a keen rivalry existingbe- tween fraternities and independent houses. Last years fraternity champion was Phi Delta Theta, which cap tured first place in both the volleyball and tennis compte tition, while Alpha Tau Omega Finished a close second in the total point standings, In the independent league Kenmore A.C. was the total point winner. The Co-Recreational program is one of the most attire and popular on campus. Both men and womenteamup in such sports as volleyball, bowling, softball, and this annual Turkey Run. .X S The beginning of We School year and the good autumn weather make ffglggg t fgost DODular intramural spectator sport. An estimated crowd of ' f ume out for the Cl'1amDlOHSl'1ip playoffs held at the end of the season- Sports such as. dividual particir Basketball Varsity ..... Pledge ..... Rec ....... Softball 12 inch... 16 inch.. Gymnastics af 2 l J it 'f '37 ,, -L V ,,f. 0 ' V-we . 7 Track is 0, gram. Stud Va'5llY trac POVS. and WO seniors al DI'Ogram. eryon :ts the depaitinent n, wholesome comp n rivalry existingb t houses. Last yeii ga Theta, which tai tall and tennis comp. nished a close secoi e independent leagi winner. one of the inost aciii and women team t ng, softball, and il 1 weather make mated crowd Of "' and of the season. 6 Q A , af . W "5 , f. x ,.:',..' - ag- fy V, 1 it ,A ,,, ,hy fkwwjwff ' 'Y ' I ' 2? 1 Q H A , T i Glaze. ' . f f af ' Y 9 .turf 2 x , if - ,, tin., Win, 'lv Sports such as handball allow for in- dividual participation and competition. Competition is keen in the l-M sports program. Here a player goes up high to drive a spike onto the opponents' side of the court in the quarter-finals of the volleyball tournament, which were held in the Men's Old Gym. 1957-1958 INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS Basketball Track Varsity ..... ....... P hi Sigma Kappa Outdoor Kenmore A.C. Noble Indoor ....... Pledge ............ Tau Kappa Epsilon Volleybgilln Rec ........ Soltball I2 inch .,.... ....Phi Sigma Kappa .. ......,.. Theta Xi Mlrestl i ng .,,,,..... ......Sigma Nu ,.,,.,,...,,,,Sigma Nu ....Phi Delta Theta Latvian Students Alpha Tau Omega Swimming ,,.,..,.., .. Touch Football .... Badminton .,., Handball ......... Table Tennis ..,,,,,. ........,.Sigin:i fllii Delta Tan Delta Detergents ...,..............MRH Tau Epsilon Phi ,.Pi I.an1bcla Phi Vet Clulj VVater Polo ..................,..... Sigma Chi lb meh """ ""' S lgma Alpha Mu I-Iorseshoes ,,,,..,,,. Phi Gamma Delta Pmwllllg ----- ---'--------------A'--- X few Evans Scholars Gynmgigtifg ,,,,,4,,,, Phi Gmnmgt Delta Goll' ..... .,... li vans Scholars Tennis ....., ...,... I 'bi Delta Tbeta Tiffin ff , A f svvs . i5525k"?5i2.'-T :f'?2Y " P' ' , f 3, Q 1 ga O, -533,51 1 v A . f if ...M f - aff . il . ' - W " fiIff"iF:zF5 e3if1f'J'f 4 PT' 'TW -fl i, ' . . JT r- . 'A . l 1 - I ssl ai tat if: -ff I I LJFS - 4 ' ' ' W' . , . . S ....... . 't 'A Q' i 'J gays- gy-saga'-QKA ,J -mt. .1 '1- '1 Z W vs, P . 5 . .. aj Cal?-Q' We A PQ K ' ' 4 Track is one of the sixteen sports offered in the Intramural pro- gram. Students can compete in every event offered in a Standard varsity track meet except the pole vault and discus. The Co-Rec program is not only a chance for both sexes to compete in athletics together, but it is also a good opportunity to get in some extra-curricular socializing. ..m.a.AY1'.. l4l :M VN-'-M7 I I I j .--X x. llllllmwlrwm ll SENIOR MEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY Leonard Arentsen . , P john Arends David Boling Gerry Carlson Thomas Chandler John Delveaux Delbert Denby Mark Durchslag Richard Ekin Joseph Glass Lowell Griffith Abraham Grossleld aloe Hunsaker Dan Kimmel Robert Klaus Kent McHose Ralph Meyers Cant Redmon Richard Schaeffer Garee Slider Norman Smith Larry Stewart George Swift Roger Taylor Mark Templeton Stephen Thomas resident I'CSIdQnt fI'f.""' 'vgqll ,. V- r-if If I " 4, -:UPF 'sflj r gy 'A I R C' Barbara YVatkins, President Dianne Baumann Betty Blewett Edith Boyd Carol Brandt Patricia Clallin Patricia Clover Delores Darby Acllon Dolnne Rochelle Ezer Jane Faulkner Patricia Freehill Linda Hale Joanne Inness Jerri Johnson Susan Kahl Karen Kelly Grace Leinke Carolyn Meaclors Margret Otto M ary Schuinacller Nancy Swain 6 W Susan Teegarden ' Sandra Unclerwootl Nancy Jo IVllllZlIl1S MORTAR BGARD SENIOR YVOMENS ACTIVITY AND SCHOL.-XSTIC1 HONORARX' t l Alexis Michale, P1'CSidCUf Pat Albee .judy Belt Nancy Boldt Virginia Bolin Barbara Brown Mary Lou Bush Patt Carroll jean Draegert Nancy Evans Phyllis Floyd Barbara Gordon Lois Grant Carol Heath Peggy Heino Judith Hively .lo Ann Ivens Peggy Ingalls Roberta johnson Sue Keagle janet Lindner -loanne Miller joyce Peters Gerry Rader Barbara Reardon Lois Rucker Mary Ann Schurtz Maria Scoofakes Mary Siebert Margaret Sisk Aim Sogneiest Ina Starr Nancy Thompson Lynn Wertheim Barbara Mfilford SHORTER BOA SENIOR VVOMEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY Ann Ferry, President Sonja Alexander Joan Anderson Barbara Bailey Frances Bamburg Sally Blacker Connie Brand -lean Brummer Ruth Campbell Helen Culkin Judy Em Victoria Feit Nancy Grant Marty Graves Carol Green .Ioan Greenberg .Ioan Gutowsky .IUNIOR X1VOMEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY l46 RD Mary Lee Hahn Merrill Hahn Suzanne Haines Kathy Hameder Carol Hay Katherine I-Iirt Ruth Hoogerwerf Betty .Io Hulka Barbara Hummer Barbara Johns Barbara johnson Thelma King Marcia Kittilsen Lorna Klorfine Ardyth Lamps -IHH Lankton C?11'0l Leonard Mina Maish Kathy Manning Nancy McMillen Betty Millan Catherine Miller Mae Mirto Margie M0liI0l' -lan Reeves Virginia Riser Barbara ROPC1'5 Arleen Schoen Carole Stackhouse Sue Stucker Sally Swanson Marian Vreeland Sally W1'Obke Karen Yeager Phyllis Y ounger SENIOR l james Gus Thomas A Richard A Robert Paul Be Patrick james I Kenneth Frederick Kenneth David I William Paul D Donald John E Stanton .l0SCph David Stuart Neal I Vfaish Manning McMillen flillan ne Miller irto Molitor eves 1 Riser t Ropers Schoen StackhOU5e cker zanson Vreelanll robke 'eager Younger WA-NA- Paul Edgell, President Robert Allen Evan Buck Dick Carlson Nick Carras Eugene Gherney Robert Frank Phillip Field Bernard Fruchter Thomas Gabbard .lim Gaebe Patrick Harmon Leron Hill Roy Hlavacek Al Holtmann VVerner Holzer Alan Krause Albert Lorenz Tom Orsi Ed Parrish Ned Snow Fred Stark Steven Stern Larry Taylor Robert Tedesco Thomas IfValker Steve VVebb Lorin IfVhittaker Iames IfVilliamson Charles XfVirth SEE SENIOR MEN'S ACTIVITY HONORARY james Gustafson, President A119611 HC1'1H?ll1 Thomas Anderson Richard Archbold Robert Backoff Paul Bennett Patrick Bird .Iames Bowers Kenneth Branch Frederick Brigh tbill Kenneth Brown David Brown William Burrell Paul Dittmer Donald Doherty John Donohue Stanton Dotson Joseph Epkins David Geist Stuart Goodman Neal Harmon Mannie Jackson Robert Johnston David Klingel Ronald Kollman Richard Kreitling Gerald Langkammerer Ronald Magdziasz Jerry Manion Russell Martini james Mitchell Richard Schwartz Daniel Seiler Robert Shissler Abbey Silverstone Dennis Swanson Noel Thyson Bruce Trull Govoner Vaughn Ronald IVinchell SACHEM JUNIOR MENS ACTIVITY HONORARY 147 WHO'S WHO 141.10 1 5 a i 5 v 5 i 1909 Y, , , ,QWGZTY 5441 'r . .fffw J, .1-1, ,597 , , 7 X X E A ff 1' 5 4 x 91 fi f x 2 K fy f F- rf Q 8 's Z2 Mark Templeton X Edifb Boy: Editor, lLLlO 1 Sfudenf Director, il .. . I 3324 - mf, if ' ,, vg.::5xi,ql,1,r,,hA,, ..,, 4 ,, 5, , g2gf.:4 .150 x e ' ffm, , , ' ' he 'Kr r Wfmf.-,.gg'c, , Wy 'ly pifflfipl ' f l Pa! Freehill Actress, Theatre 'Z .,,,T.-v. -, gr, - A-" -r X I I 4 r er Richard Schwartz Joanne 'mess ' Thomas Ga' 'fm 1 President Tribe President, Women's Sports Aswfli' I Business Manager, DAILY :Lum 1 if -. A 7 v 7 A Mark Templeton X' if ,Q .I I. . 'J -1' A A I w ki: ff" A fs L prion., i.,- lin... 5-.i., ' r 3 1 i ., i i f .4 E , V, L' . '- 5 , , 3 , ,4 i if 1 ff fl, Qi-Us 1 1 4 Edhor ILL Edith Boyd Jack Arends Pat Clover ' lo Student Director, Union President, Student Senate Associate Business Manager, ILLIO .l Joanne lnr1eS5 t, Women's Sports Assorif' X Thomas Gabbard President, Tribe of Illini David Boling l l5.if.i.'lt.rll M.in.ic1r'l . 'A "fs i s iifa ,S gif, , X, 1X E'-Kang 'sl Norman Smith M-WY LOU BUSH N""'Y Swain C0-Manager, Star Course Associate Editor, ILLIO Vicu Prcstdum, Union H9 -f --w-cw-uv-Y 11:11 , Yg .:.:W-: ss :ff ' - -- . - ,V . .,---X. -.3 :Hs-'.A,g-'... 5- ' '- ' .f Photos by lllini Stu Sandra Underwood Vice President, Student Senate or ILLINOIS ,l 551114 D 4? VE?- Thomas Chandler President, Y.M.C.A. l ISO dio el?.w Gant Redman Kent McHose MHYY Slebeff Editor, DAILY lLLlNl Business Manager, ILUO Associate Director, Campus Chest f'l'ml7cY Kenneth Branch President, Men's lndependentASSWif', l Linda Hale C . Student Director, Union Healdarlieljewlmllgi er ea er 9 i 1 i i l i l i l l 1 l i l i John Delve. Football Cap Richard Basketball , i I Gan! Redman John Delveaux Business Manager, ILLIQ Football Caplain rv.,-77' iff Q v, , XX l . NA lx SX .1 lf' Richard Ekln Kenneth Bfinfh Basketball Manager 11, Men's lndependenlmj 'E OS WHQ fgf' Jane Faulkner President, Y.W.C.A. -,,v Ralph Meyers Student Direclof, UIWl0Vl Alan NU'-flelman Director, Campus Chest phillip Dressel A President, lniefhalernlly i Margret Otto President, Women'S GFOUP 5Y5Tem ff 1 . ,xxk UN X L" lorin Whittaker Swimming Captain Wi fx - i r -'J PM Judith Belt Associate General Manager, Theatre Delbert Denby Student Director, Union E l I W ,,,...3 Lowell Griffith Photo Chief, lllini Publishing Company .loyce Peters News Editor, DAILY lLLlNI Qs' C . , ,fl V M" eQf,.+"' , Mark Du Sports Editor, CIE WHO'S WHO AT ILLINOIS 'S' XJ 1 I I. ,J 4, Mark Durchslag Nicholas Carras Carolyn Meadors SDOHS Ediior, DAILY ILLINI Associaie Business Manager, ILLIO Presidem, Panhellenic Photo by Illini Studio .Z Ronald Mitchell Track Capvain 153 ms mimi? 4 nr I Gil ISU? 3 if Eiliilii A Lois Rucker George Swift President, University Choir Personnel Manager, Theatre 154 , 1 REGiSTiiATi0N 1959 iLi.i0 AOISOO Patricia Claflin Barbara Gordon Associate Editor, ILLIO Student Director, Union WHO'S WH AT I INOIS r U, X al i 4 X ' ' --- . .D Barbara Gordon rodent Director, Union r ffrrf NX , t I i t t 2 , ' 1 3 Q ,X I , i tl X ty., Nfff' ,J E la YI' -J l'xg..! W L'-Y' N. 4 I Belly Bleweft Arthur Carlson Associate Editor, ILLIO Football Mnnncrer so-"fl ATE if F Joseph Glass Susan Teegarclen Co'Manager, Star Course President, Union rt R X uni... G U ,y 1 Margaret Heino Stephen Webb General Manager, Theatre President, Men's Glue Club Roger Taylor Grace Lemke Basketball Captain Student Director, Union Photos of 1 1 1 W- x g .Q - -. - ex 1 AN- I I On Campu Matters Legislation ,rcsigrrt-rl to eliininate 4-gnnpus rliscrimi lion to establish the Model llnitt-rl Nations, U, hogtretit Semuliws Ol' the National Student ,hSSfJtl2ll.l0U,S regirimi . . na Student Senate Acts 'Y l Convention, to lianrlle preparations lor this summcpsn tional NSA convention, and argreater number of "tail nights" lor the coetls, inarltecl this years achievements. Q Senate debate on the discrimination issue hrouglitth. various aspects into discussion and stiinulated egmpushwidi interest. The flllwllffll 'll lllt' llnlversitx' s withholdingre I . . ' Q. ognition lor any student organization whose constitution contains a discriininatory clause ol' any kind was thecm ol' the inatter. A Model United Nations is to he held each spring. Par- ticipating students representing the various views Ofdir, ferent countries are divided into several delegations, These delegations will deliberate on contemporary topics and erm. troversial subjects ol a nature actually lacing the U,N, The regional convention ol the National Student Asso' l ciation was held here, and representatives from the distriq scl lated to the niid-western area. tools concerned themselves with problems and affairsi-Q. JACK ARENDS, President Student senate--Top row: Dan Sigband, Stu Goodman, Dave Rademacher, Al Gerstein, Ron Klein, Mike McPherson, George Wilhite, Ron Otto, Yuii llceda, Nord Smith, Harold Evans, Dave Levy D E - Th' cl r w: Sue Aaron, Karen Bunde, Elaine Suckman, Dave Shulman, Walt Schramrn, Jack Dluhy, Dan Seller, Mil-me O'Betrne, Frank Sharp, Jim Albright, Carl Faust,Steve If 0 Thomas, Kit Naylor, Kamlynn Keyes Second row: Lesta Elliot, Dave Brown, Dottie Stark, Sandra Underwood, Professor Jobst, adviserg Professor Mutti, adviserg Jack Arends, Sally Blacker, Robert Baclcot, Charles Leonard Bottom row: Judy Reynolds, Esther Hirsch, Joanne lnness, Lynn Morley, Brenda Braun, Ann Morgan, Nancy Dinnella, Swanson Sue Haines, Nancy Swain, Adlon Dohme, Sally 7 f l , t l 1 l l56 ri ,,, 4, ' ff 2 Executive commi Bottom row: Sal This years more than jus tion took actii for U. of I. w students to e nings. Studen leadership pr it has done s student to the self in his on tfVomen tl' flexibility in ate action res privileges for of 2 a.m. nigl by extensior V10USlY, won This year th The leade loreign natir mg Of our 1 Students hey culture. T115 ill Senate ni 21 lull acade- The A116 Senate amp meet with t CUSS Student velopment 1 mllfflreiiceg detrimental H -.1...-f-.....,..,,,,,,,,-,---0.0, F P f CllSQlQimiI to hogr MIM I ' . thi. Ions rcglllll s sttmmepsl Htlmber of all ZlCl1lCVemQmS A issu - ' lat tl blouglllrl , ef Camlws-ll s wttllligldingh rvhose constiti kind Xtras the Ullrr Cllr Cach spring, pk, 10115 VlCWS of elegations. Thr Ty fOpics and C011 cing the UIN mal Student Ast fs from the tlistri. ems and affair-tri Yuii Ikeda, Nord Smit Rlbrighf, Carl Faust,Sts., Blacker, Robert Beale ain, Adlon Dohme,Sa. r r l 'U fl i f In 7 l 5 K' X 'S Executive committee-Top row: Dottie Stark, Robert Backoff, Lesta Elliott Bottom row: Sally Blacker, Charles Leonard, Jack Arends, Sandra Underwood, Dave Brown This year's Senate will have lelt an impressive record in more than just a lew aspects ol campus lile. The Otgllllllllr tion took action that increased the ntnnber ol "late" nights lor U. ol' I. women. Senate action also made it possible lor students to enjoy extended library hottrs on Sunday eve- nings. Student Senate participated in the loreign students leadership program this year, thus marking the lirst time it has done so. The program involves bringing a loreign student to the campus who liormerly has distinguished him' sell in his own country. Women this year have been able to exercise greater llexibility in arranging their social schedule because ol' Sen- ate action resulting in an increased nutnber ol' "late" night privileges lor girls attending big dances. XVhile the ntnnber Ol 2 a.m. nights was increased, junior women also benelitted by extension ol' XVednesday's curlew to midnight. l're- viously, women have had only three "late" nights a year. This year they had six. The leadership program makes it possible lor leaders ol loreign nations to gain a more comprehensive tmderstande ing ol our way ol lile while, at the same time. allowing students here at the University to learn more about their culture. The loreign student leader has speaking privileges in Senate meetings. participates on committees. and carries a lull academic load. The Allerton Conlerenee is sponsored annually under Senate auspices. Student leaders have an opportunity to IHCEL with the liaculty and administration personnel to dis- cuss student problems. Many ol the dillicttlties stilling de- velopment ol better understanding are eliminated at 'these eonlerences and plans are made to alleviate eontlltlolb detrimental to the school and the student body. Counting vofcs for w senators 5 1 5 3 , .5 fffvfk f r li t T tt.. r '71 ' ffiiliff ' A ' stahl! i PLACE -qi' .'1'7'3"'L'4. .-- Iliggvs' - w...a.f,.....- an -L '- 4, W L Kg cf Ji' L.-" f Q vu Committee Chairmen-Top row: Dan Sigband, Mike O'Beirne, Steve Thomas Third row: Dave Levy, Walt Schramm Second row: Sally Swanson, Lynn.Morley, Ann Morgan, Adlon Dohme Bottom row: Sue Haines, Nancy Dinnella, Dorothy Stark Dave Brown brings out his views at the Wednesday meeting. l 158 Student Senate is a representative body that concerns itself with matters pertaining to the welfare of the general student body. Xfvorking in conjunction with the Committtt on Student Affairs, Senate voices opinions of the entirt student body and promotes a healthy intellectual and social atmosphere for all campus activities. lf. The CHIHPU5 l cted from Sixty members make up the Senate boty has eighteen districts, and two senators are ee each district. Major campus activities and housing group are represented by sixteen ex-ollicio officers. The SenatCS other eight members are the officers of Senate Executive Council. Various committees are delegated power and OP' erate under commissioner of student life, commissiollel of C2lH1PuS affairs, and commissioner of educational alfairs. - . . . - is Senate duties include the coordinations committee. Th committee rules on petitions of various org hold events on campus. During a typical Week f ' ordinations committee may examine petitions for dances' flower sales, hula hoop contests and other activitieS-The committee sends its recommendations to the Commltiee OH Student Affairs where the final ruling is made. anizati0I15 to he C0 . . - ' ered NfVhen extremely controversial issues are being C0n5ld . ' , . . ' UH glfgflte mat' Hffilllge for a mass district council Hleinjl 15 Presents HH Ol3POrtunitY for repfesentatives ffowuss ' . . 13 interested parties to attend an open meeting Hfld d issues involved. Senators from all the Freshman Cc mittee status. 1 class by petitic activities such ers visit variot council has ut Freshman council-T Second row: Ann M Bottom row: Richarc Not in panel: Gene' - M dy that concettt are of the general th the Committtt ms of the entiit leetual and sotitl mdy. The cantpit are elected l1'0lll 1 housing gI'0lllfl irs. The SCIlIllfi Senate Executiit 1 Power and Oli eommissionet' Ol ezttional fiflfilll' mmittee Tlll eo U' v organizations it il week the CU I - l , Cy. ions tot tlftilfhf r activities T C Committee Oll settle. ' ttl. eing Consldelett ' I tn,- OL1I1C1l lffleet WH tzttives 110171515 ing and def' Senators from all the districts meet in the Faculty Lounge Wednesday nights to voice :Ste opinions And to provost- .tcttutt l"t'eshmzm Clotmcil is 21 132111 ol' Senate that hzts lull com- llrt- ten most tmtstgrrrtliiig lit slrmt it ttill lit tlttist it tntl mittee Sl2llllS. Its members :ire chosen from the lteslmigtir inttotltitt-tl tim ing l-'rtsltm tn nt t lt tit xi I tll clztss hy petition. Freslimztn Council also1m1'ticipzites in liitth mt'mlmt't til iltt- ttrtmt il ttltiirittl t ltrrt ren stir :tctivities such :ts highschool orietitzttion, whetelmy speztlt- tlt-nt tm tgtirilrtts gmtl .tiisttt rttl tm tint slltrllw tlt tt tlit t t-rs visit vzttious high schools in the state. This yeztt the might hxtxt' lrgttl. 'I lit- totmt tl m ttlt lil tits lot tlrt tt t ist-in totmcil hzts tmtlertztken at Top Ten l:l'CSlllll1lll lDl'Ogl'1llll, ol l-'tt-slrmgtri tt't't'L in liolrts til ttmtlt rising ii Freshman council-Top row: Walter Crowley, Paul Prentiss, Steve Sample, William Dutton, Guy VVillt.rm5, Stuart Elleotn. L-'n W Second row: Ann Morgan, adviser, Judy Starr, Carolyn Burkle, Ann Tobin, Sandra Thornton, Jani.-t Langley, Vtvtttn Dttrlsin Bottom row: Richard Weidhopf, Janet Curry, Bonnie Brown, Janet Beardsley, Mario Jo Florto, Donald Strnboro Not in panel: Genevieve Glass, Jacques Schmoll, John Burnside CSA Regulates Housing Problems, Social Events .I-hc Qjonnnittee on Student .Xllairs establishes pfjlicie lor the supervision and guidance ol' extra-curricularaii Iiairs and activities ol' undergraduate students, with pm-i ticular attention to the maintenance of proper balance with, and primary emphasis on academic affairs, It also assists the students in implementing a pliln of sturlgm sellf-government as seems reasonable to the COmmittee The committee also establishes the policies and atlvisei the Dean ol' Students in matters pertaining to undef- graduates in regard to housing, organizations, recognition and supervision of student organizations and activities and their use ol lacilities, social and special events, stu- WW dent participation in activities, and group absences, In conjunction with Student Senate, the Committee on Student Affairs lorinulates changes to the "Code on Stu- dent Allairsf' The code is the set ol regulations and standards governing extracurricular affairs and activities of undergraduate students and undergraduate student organizations of the University of Illinois. PROFESSOR RALPH J, MUTTI, Chairman Committee-Top row: Dean Ed d St H d R b - . . B Thomas, Pfrof. Lloyd Philgsgl Pr:f.0El'H'OSli'2e?jfk0fif Jack A"9l'1dS, Prof. A. E. Florro, Daniel Sealer, Prof R, J. Muni, Lewis Collens, Prof. P. VanMiller, Stephen orrom row: Pro . Frances Va D , S d U d ' . . No' in panel: Prof. W' M. JoEnSsrYlngrofPnVJ'aE.VWMSEZLOOCL Nancy Swain, Margaret Otto, Dean Miriam Sheldon, Adlon Dohme CamPU By Coo The Cgoftlil. isters fegulflum Until this year, Committee 011. the new functi Srudent Senate Ll . . money raising 1 uests ol stude' prepares a cale Membership members, thC 1 dents represerl year the cornrn Sheequon, dril night dances, hoop and tug Now in its ele' mental in pre' petition amor Committee-Top ro Bottom row: Rober Nor rn panel: Profe- l6O I l '7 ' -1 V. eegyna .,.,. M,,,.,a,M A W-Viv. 'xqgzry A 'WA 'M.',f..L.',fQ 9 mu., 4 I4 ' -' ,,,'- a..... 12g,rgyfs-N,,. -' twvamsa ff M .,.,, x fi -www,-M.,:,,, Y, 'f- -fa-+ma.,e.,,,,,,,,, S Wf Housin vent estab fi CXITHN ' l CLI11'lCllllll' p nts, with ,po lishes poli stude of proper lmlgjw mlc affairs. hm, a plan f to the 0 slurln commilus olicies and aclxis rtalning to umlf, cognilif, aclirilin ations, re ions and special evemssu 'oup absences. the Committew the "Code on Sw of regulations an ffairs and activilis 5-rgraduate studens .no1s. -of. P. vanMa1lef,SwPHf -a-iv-U-g'u'ruvr:3,1 ?""" 4-:.-ief-.-fe-B - 1x"31::Z::f-'RU.I'L4'E"Zf-Flsah 3' ' " ' ' 'AL ' - .N 1-::q-S45--5-ii-Fa-azz:-'-ki:-:H w'-ew:--- .--......,. s -- .... :,.-,,.,.4 . -, ,. . .. .c.. W. ,. - . 7 IF Council Adopts Active Training Creed . ., ... Reciognll ytfeek ol' adopted th Fire drills, actiyes, ant build class the rest of It was n years. "It Pl-llLLlP DRESSEL, President Executive Committee-Top row: Don Long, Paul Dittrner, Dan Seiler, Roger Groth, Al Gerstein, Charles Bottom row: Conrad Lantz, Phillip Dressel, Thomas Hornsby, Al Jaffe, Gordon Bergett, Ken Kreurziger pledge training, a the number o, p ' g of this inc creed," saic percent incre ing the need lor changing the present Hell initiation, the lnterlraternity Counul C Ixctivc fl'raining Creed. The Creed bars paddling, wallcouts, personal services to l Many action that would bring unfavorable limi r'ritic'isin upon the lll'2llCI'f1ilyandthe and LlCgl'2lCl g teinit sxsteni 'is 'i whole fra' ' Y -,V ' 1 1 - The Creed falls for a re-examination of the goalsof nd one ol its chief functions unity and enable each pledge to work with the pledge class. oted that there was a M17 percent increase l' led res over the average of the last is reasonable to assume that at least rease comes from the institution of l Charles XVzii'wick, fraternity dean, ho J in the depledging rate and ali A 75 percent c fl ase in the number of pledges makingin. l 'rdicated that the Active Training itiation graces ir t 'ards a better fraternity system, Creed was a step on Bills, Dave Rademacher K' IF Council Represent Second row: James Bottom row: Dick Dv The Count Pajama Races children. IF PTA's to pre IF works cl soring Greek promoting fr two organize newspaper, Y IF Council Represe l62 John Morse Second row: An E Bottom row: Don I freed S the present Paternity l. The Creed rsonal serv bring uni i f, JCI' ' fraternity and ll :, - it ical lr ton of the goals fi ref functions is edge fo work lllll Jercent incl-me Hgti' of the last that at least institution of Lernity dean, gmg Taft! and al Jledges Inakingii Active Trainiii raternity system. i alolnlljllli , 9' . ,J '.r--ni! 'Q KJ 'Q-'Z 1 ' ' ,llll rl I Q N c 3. 1 so Q: V, H, , ' lij 'U , IF Council Representatives--Top row: Neal Eckert, Joseph Helms, John Cross, Dick Dcough, Richart Haque, Paul Bo-.-fmrm, bill lo.-fry, imnnlrl Crt---nf Second row: James Tough, Darrel Gieseking, Robert Troutt, Jim Gardner, Ned Snow, Joe Miller, Marvin Dennis, Daw L:-oft-r, Clrirl.,-'. Z irirnrn, lr,-.f ri i Bottom row: Dick Dudley, Chester Elias, Bill Blake, Dave Lipson, Jerry Steinberg, Mickey Green, Pete Weiss, Al Becker 'llic Clotmcil has inzmv znmuzil proiccts, such as ll? . D . ll'2lll'lilllllL'5 on tlllllllllm 1.11114-nt Iuolmlvms ioiiwiiiiii I lhtiaiiiizi Rziccs :intl Clltrislinzis parties lor lllltlCIilJ1'lYllCgCCl iliiltlrm-11. ll" also scutls smezikcrs to l1iv'l1 schools :tml A ' l'l'.X's to promote university lilc ztnrl ll'2llClil1llN living. house lllllllllgflllblll, giml imlilit it-lgilions .nc tlisiiis Ill 1'c'vul:11' IllCCllllQN. Pt 4 ll" works closely with thc Pziiilicllcnic' Council in spon- soriiw' Crock NVCek, 21 week clcvotctl to thc purpose ol T1 mroinotiiw' lrzitcrnitv :mtl sororitx' lilc on cami ms. 'l'l1c D I A . I . . - - two orgzinifzitions also join in pnlmlislimg Il monthly i1t'wsli:tpc1', 'llllrf lll1'grr'1'f:. x't'l'sity ol illinois. IF Council Representatives-Top row: Tony McCarthy, Tom Nolan, Floyd Dollerhidf, John Morse Second row: Art Berman, Art Glassman, Don Metzger, Don Wolfram, Jerry Roeske, Wade Bockles, Bill Barr, Hank Lang, Alan S.'.mm',or', Emil Jfn,iif,,n ' L P l Dittmer, Dean Clvrles Wxrwick Al Gerstuin Gene Frckcl Bottom row: Don Ulrich, Conrad Lantz, Alan Jafle, Don ong, au J Q - , . ,- Wifi :XL r 'llic Cotimil is tht' lc-qisliiiw liotlx ul llll' llllX sr-xiii srllolzirsllip.pulivitics.rusliiiig.liiigiiircs,Iilt'rlet'li.i1i1iii5 lizxtli ycxii' 114-w lnolmlcms mist-, lull ilu- Loiiiiril, with lls llllt' Nlllllll llllll lllflIll'lQlllflll, .lllX.lXN .llllllll7lN lil llll lmrott' Lltt' 5llllllN ol ll'LllL'l'llllll'x on llit' miiiliiis nl lllt' l in Gnil llt'.'.'iv1Q, BOD Sullivnlt, Al DgultgLClig1.'.rrci, Petr- Pfl--iii, Jphri lltlwr, l"ii, fm-' l ,ll 5 5 5 2 l Pat Long is crowned Queen of lF Ball. l l 5 l ll xl il .I r P ll lll .li .rl 1l'Q l iii li irli i l l il lll ll li V' l r il l ,ll ' ll iss pl Playboy Magazine Theme Prevails at l958 IF Ball At the University ul lllinflis. the month of April is mzirlcecl hy two clistincl, lpul rluile clillerent items. The First ol' these is those clzirn ral' ,Xpril showers that some how inzinzige to lzill every this just :is classes are dismiss. ing. The seconcl even! cmnes but one night during April, but it zilone helps us to lnrget those miserable April ruins. This night is the night ul' the Interlraternity Council Ball, when sou can luke ymir fairest of the lair and, for ai change. eiiuioy ynnrsell, The IF Bull ol H158 hzul the theme "Tie zmelTai1g Bull." The clecorzitions were lmsecl on the trademarks of Playboy inzigzizinez heziutilul girls :incl rabbits. In lael, there wus zi huge. twenty loot pamper rzibbit near the en- trance to Hull Cyni, where the hull was held. A picture of the rabbit later zippezirecl in lllnylmy. ziccompanietlby :in article on the clzince. Miss Pzit Long. zi ineinher nl' Pi Beta Phi sorority and sponsoretl hy Phi Cznninzi Ueltai lrziternity. reigned as queen of this yezir's mlzince. She wore the purple velvet crown, which contziinecl the pins ol all the fraternities in the lnterlrziternity Council. The music was furnished by the Ralph Nlzirteirie Ol'g2lIlll21IiOll. Committee-Top row: John Bussiager, .lim Smock, Mike O'Beirne, Frank Voris, Darrell Lohmeier, Al Landeck Second row: Casey Schneider. Al Till, Ed Nellesson, Al Lorenz, chairmang Walt Schramm Bottom row: Daryl Srrahan, Greg Jordan, Tom Welth er le? Clockwise, low L Grossrnan, SUQ lde l-lighlightin was the prese Girls. Each lr house as the standards, aint were introeluc lowing the p mense net h ldeal Girls: Nancy Kappa Alpl Deltag Barb Phi Berag N Rita Stone, Diane Petri l I x N Theme ll: all nonth of April, Ii Eerent items Tl . ,, howers that Som l. Classes are dim ight cl111'ingApn, e miserable Am he Inteiiratei-niii fairest of the Iii, 'C "Tie and Tail the trademailgm l rabbits. In lm abbit near the cii, as held. A piciuii 31, accompanied hi a Phi SOl'OI'llj'1iIlil Qernity, reigned :ii the purple veliri the iraternitiesiii isic was lurnisliril ssiager, Jim Smocki Darrell Lohmeier, Al .l Till, Ed Nellessorii 'amm i Jordan, Tom Welch a .-15 illnllihl 4.8- Dancing :cans Ideal Sorority Girls Presented liill liriiii llli' rvilirig Qiriil ilii uilriiliil liilliiiiiix ur ii lil l ii I 4 Ilialilraliimhl Nix llic lblcsciilllltill ol ll1L UXLIIIX KlQlll ltlell SOIOIIIX in llfxll nu! llil lllllll llfvrii llil llrlll llrlix ini lll xx is chosen lax ilu lllklllllila ol limi lillliil iiilli llicii Iiciliiilii wiliiliiiiia ul lfili iiiiii iiiil 1 ' ' ' Q ' if ' " ' 4' llzirrrm bI'HXlllHlllii mm . . A , ..- liniiw :is ilu- girl mosi l'CIJl'C5L'l1l.iIlXL, ol ilu liieli iilr.ils. lilii 1 Nllllllllllk mil gurls srl lmlli ln lui SOlllllIX llii girls llir lmli.il C'iils mir liriii-null ii i liiiiiliril -in Xiiiiiii inlmrlurul lax mislu ol KLILIIIOIIILN Din Srilri lol lui 1 ii rlii Irniii iiiil K iiiiiilix iixi iiii iii: ii iiliiili iiiiii lllilli il islilll wr el N l':llI ic lar Climax n l ol' lmzilloom was lvlcznwil lllk'i1lHillD, ideal Girls: Nancy Evans, Alpha Chi Omegag Georgia Ford, Alpha Delia Pig Myrna Brand, Alpha Epgiioii Phi: Mirfw' l- Olilfll il f ii i V V i Kappa Alphag Joanne Glaesar, Alpha Omicron Pi, Elaine Danley, Alpha Phi: JCJH UHWQ'-"'. Alvlii' X' DUN- H L l l C O i' 'l Delray Barbara Reardon, Delia Gammag Leigh Narhenson, Delia Phi EDSHOVW: Shiflvv Alw-d'1d'J'. Crrlfl 5'fl"U lm ff ' Phi Be-rap Muriel Rosin, lora Alpha Pi: Barbara Warkins, Kappa Aluhf-1 Them: Ndfwv HUM, Karma Deira, Carol fi f 1 -an ' ' U Gr b r , Sigma Dain Taoq Berry Jo H in fir Nts! l Q 'pi , 2 '-J 23' . ll 1 Vi I V l lip' x. J! Q fi! l l l e-.-, 3,-, --1 --I -vgx :Ao .3 :gifs -f.. 7-5. .511 -1?'!1S! 9', Tiff?-eff?-. ', f ag - ,-3 .1-F - -M -- 'N s """""L""" . x -Q 1 nv- -11.-gm-1-.-1 v 'ij-Q4 'ik X' - l Z i I ll l l ' Panhel Aim For Good Scholars And Leaders 1 lr vc-rrurrg and policy-making body forth c Panhellenic is the go l l I l l l . ll, lwemynggven sororities on campus and lor ll alliut Hall, the pan- l l hellenic dorm lor sorority transit-r students. flood scholarship, l I high social standards and participation in worth-while activities ll are Pgmhgls goals. lixecul ire commit tr-c-, c'o-ordinator lor the vari- Vr 4 1 ous departments in P2ll1llL'llLTlllq" rnald-S policy recommendations ill' M ro the presidents ol' the houses in l'resiclent's Council, whichis il 3 . . - ' . - . ,' 1 . l the leglslurive body ol Panliellenir. Bening on lgxecutive Com, lil mittee are the lour ollirers, senior chairmen. pledge advisers of the five departments. Shi-.Xi president, public relations chairman I ll ' ll l l' , . . . 13 and senate representative. leach sorority sends a representative 10 l' the Jledge. social, scholarship. activity, and msh- l sl r . l l 5 the meetings o ' 1 ing chairmen. Panhellenir activities include Creek llieeli, Pan- ilill hellenic Ball, the lfall Scholarship Dessert, and the Spring Ban- . . . . . ll K qtlet, which honor individual and house scholarship. lp l .lunior Panhellenic, composed ol all the sorority pledges on campus, is organized into lour departments: presidents, activiti- l tl l l l r all chairmen, social chairmen. and sr-holarslirp chairmen. Although each of these de Jartments carries on se Jarate activities ' , H 1 eas l Q . r l and projects are coordinated through the lunior Panhellenig Executive Committee. CAROLYN MEADORS, President l L l'5 l ' .l li ,l' l ll l l , 'ii Executive committee-To : A d'th L S - . . . . . , lx Nancy Evans, can-5e'0g':'and: ' amps' US-in Haines, Margo Krrege, Virginia Riser, Joan Greenberg, Diana Dramp, Beth Dohme, Jerri Johnson, Bonnie Anderhub, Bottom row: Melinda Bresee, Gerry Rader, Carolyn Meadors, Miss Patricia Cross, adviser. Adler, Dohme Myrna Brand l l i my ll rl. l 'ill ll .. 1' , ll l rl ll t l i ,' 1 , l l li l l ull llill ,. lei ' l till ill ri will .lll lil i will llll l it l ill l ill ll p ilu 'l lr lp i 1 r , ,,,- gpg' Junior Panhellenic e chairman The purpos help pledges campus citize pledges First r at the All-Ple quet, the H01 Presidents council- Jean Draegc Second row: Mary Bottom row: Judy . G i x S. i. i A x 'S l p ies eade lking l3Orl l' l0l1l lnut H all, 111011 GOOCl 5Ch01 rth-while ill, 3l'5l1i1, . 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Presidents council-Top row: Lucy Neet, Merle Kuyrkendall, Alexis Miclwale, Virginia Riser, Peg Stntnur, f311rl111r.1 Wntltria, Son-1,1 1'.'r1nr"1.'., J',fr1- 1 , J l t 1 Jean Draegert, Joanne Glaeser, Nancy Swilcle, Joyce Carmel 1 Second row: Mary Leonard, Carole Walker, Myrna Brand, Adlon Dohmc, Miss Patricia Cross, Carolyn Mendors, GL-ny Rndur, Sl rl-rf H' l, Eirfr 1 l ' ' ' l 1 d B Mean, Rita Stone, Joanne Ivcns, Nancy Evans, M1,r1el Ronin, El11r!11r,1 P!--trflw, 41 1 1 1 Bottom row: Judy Higgins, Clottlde Phelps, Pat Bel, Sm ra 011 I, i xy I 'Z '-'I Q va.- Nr ks i..,,,L.i -...Alu GM 5-Q. 51.54 sh X STEVE LUCAS, President resentatives of the individual houses m et weekly to formulate policy Residence Halls Form Filth Housing Group XIRHA became a hith housing group in the spring of ISPB8. The approximately twenty-eight hundred residents, im luding those in the newly constructed halls, made the inou- necessary. The Halls have a complete governing body capable ol handling all their internal affairs. The legislative bodies oi MRHA are the Presidents' Council and Executive Council. The Presidents' Council is made up ol' MRH house presidents and all committee chairmen. Presidents' Council acts upon matters con- cerning the member houses and acts as a liaison between resident hall management and the residents. The Executive Council consists of five members elected from and by the Presidents' Council. The area of re- sponsibility of Executive Council includes formulation of policy for the Association, consideration of campus issues, and representation of the Association on campus. House Presidents- Second row: Done Bottom row: Jim MRI-IA s facilities for socially, as veloping gr' Included Discussion plays an important part in the government of the Men's Residence Halls. Executive Com 'N - BOND!!! row: Cglll Stiff lop row: George Wllihlle, Jim Smith, Ken Bryniolfsson, .lOl'lI'l Pel'm'n9lon, i er Steve L ' Ucasf GGFY Bronstein, Leon Knowles Oflicers-Top rc Second row: Je Bottom row: Mi To formulate DOHC, Grou .pon matters ttttt zt liaison betttttt idents. e members electttl The area ol tt ludes fo1'mttlrttitttt ration ol exttttpttt iation on eatttpttt House Presidents-Top row: Dave Tygett, Allan Wolff, Ross Srnttlt, Gerald Wltue-'r-', Jultrt JN ls. .ft fi'-r-.r--r -Ltr.-r tt it-V f, " -,.t ' r , 1 - .- Second row: Donald Johnson, Clarence Crooks, George Willhite, Joltn Dierf, Karl Ltrtdlu--r-rt, i1..-- Sgftttt.-, Jtftt.-1. Ir. -1 , :-r,r f QQ H ' : t-. 4- Bottom row: Jim Seybold, Jay Daskal, Jim Young, Robert Frame, Ira Kephtxrt, Rmttld Ge-rtdrtclt, H-grrttg ijt-.ltgtts Jr t MRIAIA serves tlte itttliviclttztl rcsitlcttt by ptovitlittg tutttgtttg, ltttttt tltr' .ttttttt.tl ltttttt.tl lt.tll to ttt-rlslt tttttttl lztcilitics lor zttlxttntctucttt sfltolztstitutlly, zttltletitztlly, :ttttl tlnttttt-sg tltt Xssttt t ttttttt ttt tt tttltt t tltt- It'f , ll t 'tl tttt sofiztlly, :ts well :ts lostering greater l'ellmt'sltip :tml cle- tttrttittsg .t sltt tktt Ittttggt.tttt, .ttttl .ttt .ttt -ltttt-. veloping group lczttlcrsltip :tml ittitizttivc. NIRILX tttts itt ttt tt tt tt ttt ttt tltt- its tttt-tttltt ls Ittttttt t ltutttt t ltr tttt rtttt lttcltttlctl in NlRH.rX spottsotccl :tctivittes :tru tltttttes. :tttgty ltntt Omcers--Top row: Dave Levy, John Pennington, Louis Feingold, Joe Spadero, Ken Neunttttttt, AH Lttsttt ' ' ' k J l Tickner, James Treftl, Alon Drum. Gary Hutt ,-rtt lr.t ltyrtt-r Sncond row: Jerry Kttchen, Ronald Otto, Jtm Galtns y, om I I Bottom row: Mike Adler, Leon Knowles, Steve Lucas, Don Doyle, Bob Rtchter, Harold DOr.t1-o .N t J '. ' 1 t fr -- . t t ,, t 1 .dk t . ' t . , ts. TC' 'T '- 1 . I f - Y 'ngton Son, John Pennt ,J ,LC 'X . f'N i fs . Y ., . K , . its ,A Y? lt Committee-Top row: Jim Galinsky, Ed Dweckf Dick Sherman - S d chairmang Dave Bloom Bottom row. Ken Archer, Joe pa BYO, First MRHA Dancefea Roger Williams entertained during an hour concert. Judy Drazmk was crowned queen of the dance. tures Roger Williams Music by renowned Roger Ytlilliams highlighted the Iirst annual MRI-IA ball held November 8 in Hui Gymnasium. Dance rhythms and moody melodies pros vided by jimmy Featherstone and his orchestra were enjoyed by the nine hundred couples who attended the gala event. Spotlights focused on Miss Judy Draznik who was crowned queen of the ball in ceremonies that tool place during the intermission. Gerianne Salone, San- dee Goldberg, Nancy Minnis, Amy Thomas, and Yvonne Barta made up the lovely queen's court. Roger lftlilliams pleased his enthusiastic audience when he struck up the tune that rocketed him to fame, "Autumn Leaves," and his performance was consid- erably lengthened as he acknowledged their rousing applause. The affair, billed "For Lovers Only," WHS marked for the mood by decorations cut in the shape of hearts and suspended artistically about the hall. Wh th d ' t F h ' ' ' ' - - . . . c er ancing o eat erstone s music or sitting and listening to Roger Williams, the guests at the dance had a memorable evening. l Ciub Sno-Ball had Snc Bonnie Me which is co-spo Womens Grou lllini Union bz couples moved band. 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Q. 1, l s 2Q,Ji'?Q'ifw y' 'K r ri 4" .. - 5 E -., N ,-s.L-.1,fQ rwdg... .lf'-.l3'Cl-IT OTTO, President Executive committee-Top row: N.mcv Thompson, Virginia -:li l fav '.l.ir, ll.irrr vi, lxlillic' Brssi, Al1CC Sliogar Second row: Phill. ll.lH'i41ll'F, li mme Moline, Barbara Tobar, l vw' Ill--1, '.l.ivi1ilr O11 , l-ltnlw Ann l-loogcrworf Bottom vow: lf fl' it f.1-'lv ifll lfarcn Kelley WGS Leads Independent Women, Their Activities 'l'he multitude ol wide-spread activities engaged in by in. dclmlileiit, undergraduate women are coordinated and supelr x ised through the sell governing NVomen's Group System. The organifzition promotes leadership, lellowship, high Scholmn . .md it prompts girls to interest themselves in czuupiit ship. . t 'ictivities. The Executive Council acts as an advisory bowl lor lreshman programs, handles scholastic inquiries, ussislx in planning ol various activities, and exercises initiative bi t-iicouraging members to develop a well balanced social Pia. gram. Ollicers ol NVGS make up the Council along with the major chairman, and the lacultv adviser, Dean Harrison. pm-11 year XVGS and Mens Independent Association spoil. sor, plan, and promote both Dads Day Revue and Sno-Ball' an annual dance. .-Xn organizational newspaper is published to keep the girls inlormed on contemporary issues and iii stimulate interest in controversial issues. Scholarship and iq- tivitv znvards teas, collee hours, and mixer dances are other events initiated by the organization. The primary purpose ol Freshman Board is to voice proli- lems ol' the lreshman and to encourage them to become active in XVGS programs. Dads Day Revue, co-sponsored by WGS and MIA, pro- vides fun and laughter for many Illini Dads. L-I F1 S l74 L L.: Freshman board- Thlrd row: LVN Rf Second row: Gaul Bottom row: Yola Not in panel: Gle pless, Caro Second council- Doroihy E Second row: Cyl Donna Se Bottom row: Nan Bernadetti 1, V, ncleni vities Sgiged in by i pei. illp Sysreui. Thi 1. high scholar, and Su ilxes in caiiipih aiclvisoiw' board iiquiries, assign ex initiative by iced social pid. along with lhg i Hairrisoii. socizitioii sponi 3 :ind Sno-Ball, ei' is published ixsues and to lzirship and ar- inces are other no voice prob- i become active 5 and MIA, PW' ads. Il. . ,,:.-A ' 1 4 Nfl I my lfifl lgl-LANCH, President N E-., I . We 4 .4 KL. Chairmen-Top row: Ken Brady, Fred McGuire, Paul Hasz R I-I' Bottom row: Jon Moulton, Dave Hanson, OQSV 1995 MIA Governs Men's Independent Houses I Ii- Nh n s lintlteptiinlriit ,Xswt igition ol the Unix'c1'sity ft: Illin-its is :ln tcpit-st-iit.itixc body ol the orgzinifed in-It pt tnlz nt lilt'tiRlititist'sut1 tgunpus. Govt-1'i1i1ig power 1-I tht git-up is in.tint.iint'tl in tht- Nlontlziy fiOllIICIl,COll1- ptt-t tl -it it pitrst-iitqitiws twin can h ol tht- nic-inbcr houses. Iln- XIIX Ilfmitl ul llitt-tions, which consists of the tlttntl -ith-I-is, tht- xqnioiis wivict- tIi1'cctoi's, :ind special it pnstiiintiite In onlin tgnnpus orgiitiifzttioiis, :lids the Board ol dna-:lou f tn-ll... Phil Gritwgn, Jim Allbright, Ci Sheridan, Ed Gardner, Ken Branch, Ken Morrissey, Lew Collens, Don Margolis, Monday Council in administering policy and acts :is tht- steering coininittee lor the organization. Another acting body ol' the orgztnizzttion is the Faculty Advisory Bontril, which ollers inlornizttion and suggestions about subjcttl ztllecting the orgztnizzttion. Active in promoting scholarship, athletics, and social events, MIA attempts to give the independent mule stu' dent at solid background in all aspects of campus lilo. Lew Frazier 6 S IL - .w'. ' I 'T VG ,oi 3 fu, I: Z 4.- cr i yi lt t 5 , ,Q l t Faculty advisory b Bottom row: Eldot 'I'hc .Xssociztt pnitunity to hzt llit' NIOIICIZIY C pntblcnis broug position. NII.X, with V nttxtl SII0-IJJZIII Ill'Ylll' consists In pziircd ntcn TI10 Men's Indep 'Tig-N -411 is Q s Y s S s v 5 N 7i.Nf - , i JUSE . and acts as the .Xnotlier acting ,Xdx isori' Bozml. s about subjett c I i cs. and social 'ntlt-nt male stu. l campus lille. VB ET ve. it I Faculty advisory board-Top row: Torn Morgan, Cal Sifferd, Gibbon Butler, Dave Opperman Bottom row: Eldon Park, Eugene Scholes, Robert Culp Another major activity sponsored by MIA during the school year is the scholarship awards banquet. In addi- tion, coffee hours and mixers are sponsored by MIA in conjunction with other organizations. As a result of its efforts on behalf of independent stu- dents at the University oi Illinois, MIA has achieved out- standing recognition among other members oi the Na- tional Independent Students Association as one ol the hnest independent student groups in the nation. The Association gives the independent student the op- portunity to have a voice in campus issues affecting him. 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Irene P 111'?1tgTdQI?1- Nice H' 1 51e11a Camer XVU17-j IV1 Ar1411'rISm' Bei-ty E1eve11 111-1-1-six1cc11 IIIQQ 11'11s 1111c11cc1 111111 111' 111c U' l11l1llf,SQ 111' 5011 111 1111111az11111s 01 ,11111i11g i11111cl11 '1111K' 1111111 U 111111111- 1111111111 14111111 11111-1-1111-, X l ities mni mfs in the Ball' Illinois Callllilli Iffivria lor fool iii lllC llotfllllg iii! moiii. Tir 'iilcs Rfifiiii Pffll fllilfw. .tit frviflel ,it wish H03 llli rly ' . , Jiri l lIIS fifllll' .iiiiw Ullcm il lllf' illlllc P" nli Top row: Kermit Clark, Robert S McNabb, Art Sawyer, Clarence Leverenz Bottom row: lrene Pierson, Susie Teegarclen, Alice l-lurt, Chuck Wertz, Stella Cameron, Marjorie Arkwright, Betty Miller AZ 'X 1 .,.. BJ, fy ' Eleven Member Administration Directs Union Over sixteen years ago, in 1941, the Illini Union Build- ing was opened to the students, alumni, faculty, and vis- itors of the University of Illinois, with the mammoth purpose of serving everyone. Since that time, hundreds of thousands of people have used the Union, all of them adding impetus to the reason for its existence. The Illini Union Administration is composed of eleven people including the director, the associate director, the social director, and three assistants to the director. The VERNON KRETSCHMER, Director proper functioning and the coordination of the opera- tions of the Union is the responsibility of the administra- tion. Through the efforts of these people, the Illini Union has gained wide renown as a service center for the Uni- versity. The Union Building is a place Where students can come to rest, relax, study, or participate in the social, recreational, educational, and cultural services which it offers to all University students. EARL FINDER, Associate director 9 1 , mlm I79 ff ll 1 l has XX,-r ttllii ,Xb 1 ,- .xox A IRENE PIERSON, Director Left -- Assistant directors: Gretchen Myers Elizabeth Hunter, Jeanne Nordstrom, Ed Ban'-2 Ae l Skilled Leaders Promote Activity Standards Iht stninl lliietttn :intl lout piogtznn :advisers help siiult ins -li-xt-lop ilu' tnltntgil. tt-tit-xitioltztl, educ'1ttional, intl sin i il iiiteivsts ol the student hotlx and the Univer- sity lhis purpose is gntoniplisltetl ln' progrznns which ,till in li-.nlvisliip .intl pioxitle opportunities lor students llrtll'Xl'llbl1 skills in lnnnztn relzttions. I ln stall is ioiui-int-tl with tftltuittionzil experience Olll- st-li ilu' tl.issiooiit, tmtelqttiiig the zitzttleinit' progrznns null ilu soi i.il piogigiiits and st-it ict-s, they are concernetl nuli t.nli intlixiilu.tl stiulent lit-turning zt vital person uiili .i tit-llionntli-tl pt-isoitgilitx. 'lihe soriztl progrznn li.nlns sinilints "the lint' :nt til litingn and tonsitlers Un-on Board--Top row lr-fri Piii,.',ln-',, Penn Harold Hannah, Low Colle-ns Dan L Bottom row i i, H,w,r-:V vo.-ii pany, ,'-Kjlmt pC,tt,,w, gum rccgmdenl DL' Robert Not in pam-l tn. ., L. 'mtg Liv :la liivt-r, Nancy 5.-mm, Dum Pwrce , social living and recreation a part ol college experience. By helping the student to learn to make the best use ol' leisure time resources in a way that will contribute most to the individual personality, the Union Social Programs Department realizes another purpose. To provide continuity and to handle the atlnnnistra- tion ol' the many activity programs is the function ol the lllini Union Board. Its membership consists ol eight senior directors, five student representatives ol Univer' sity housing groups, three faculty members, an alumni representative, and the Director and Social Director ol the lllini Union. BHQ, Earl liner, Del Denby, Len Arentsen Harvey, Miss Irene Piersen, Edith Boyd, Barbara Gordon l80 olliters ol the UI versity students their acadeniic 2 lllinois. They 2 tzuupus. lllini Union ol student orga guul emotional s more than thir inusittal progrzu tional programs nu-nts, special I The Second Anm ii J F4 N D vi .4 Director Gretchen Myers! l U NANCY SWAIN, Vice President SUSIE TEEGARDEN President istrom, Ed Binh darcls icgc experience. ke the best use will contribute 5 Union Social urpose. the aclministra' lunction of the insists of eiglil i rcs ol Univer- acr-. an alumni 1i1il Director ol I A I V Able Work of Officers Aids Success of Union Through the aid and leadership of directors and student officers of the Union, the Activities program helps all Uni- versity students to establish a favorable balance between their academic and social experiences at the University of Illinois. They also regulate all of the many activities on campus. Illini Union Student Activities is the one of a number of student organizations that pays attention to the social and emotional sides of life. lt provides the University with more than thirty programs consisting of social activities, musical programs, stage and screen presentations, instruc- tional programs, educational programs, games and tourna ments, special programs, and service programs. Tn.- c---..4 A-......i cc.,m,...,... m,pn+ nmvides fun-and headaches u .n..u.F,M,:mA Kg! Q ye X xp I 5 . . ,A EDIE BOYD, Director R qh' Mm, lhwmn',op ww. f,-,,,. Q. ,,,L swf, pst.: Magclli, Ken mmm ,ow f .. nn, I-say Em A NlO'I'IIIiRS DAX '... MUSIC HOURS . . .FORUMS AND TOYVN MEETINGS I'I-QI' R.XI.LIliS . . .... STUNT SHOYV ........ CLUB SOPHISTIC.-ITE An authentic night club atmosphere may be Ionnd hve times yearly at Night Lights, held in the Illini Union Ballroom. The purpose of Night Lights is to provide in- : expensive student entertainment for the campus sln- T dents. An inlormal arrangement of tables around thc 1 , A L! Iloor serve as the setting for relaxation and refreshments. Decorations are centered around a particular theme ol I X ,gf T s su Mft ' . -x ' 1 ' U, 3-I oxlilx V ,h'i', T.. ASSQQ , -'Ly Subthaumen-lop vow In-'vm J c l 5 Kirkpan Setond low ' 1 I' vii-vi Ifvv,' lain, Chu Melee lollom robw up ,, pg nw., Img, 10,94 pL.bb,,: Romhohzf Helen Ruoppl I ns i..,1t -- Nal in panel I-iw V :nw D gl F-' H Svbfh-"'f"P" -IOP 'OW 'V' Hi". It ii Souls, Tom Oller, Carol Olin Bqliolryrljyii v ,s, r Iwi-v .U "Q in It ,I iuin Pfmqan, Marilyn Mgfg,-ml jan Na! m pam-I , -C, '.' 1 IW! 1 s H411-Cyvu. the season, such as Hallowe'en, Dads Day, and George XVashingt0n's Birthday. Forums and Town Meetings provide culture along the speaker line in such programs as, "Speaking of Books," and A'Forums." The annual presentation of Dickens' fl Clzrislnms Carol by Dr. Paul Landis before the Christ- mas vacation is arranged by the committee. For one weekend in May, the Mothers Day committee plans special events omitted by other activities on cani- pus and coordinates them with the weekend to lI0ll0l and entertain the mothers. The Illini Mom, selected by a drawing, is the honored guest for the entire weekend. She is presented at many of the shows and is given ticlteli to any ol the events which she desires to attend. The Mothers Association works closely with this committee, especially in planning the coffee hour. Arrangemenli are also made lor programs telling of all events Of Ulf weekend, lor the queen contest and coronation, and fof the honorary procession. 'rise oldest of the nimi Union student activities, and also one ol the most active this year, is the Music Hove committee. This group plans, publicizes, and arranges tempmd loungf- free of programs ol' classical, semi-classical, and con music daily Irom 3:00 to 5:00 in the Wedgewood Nlusic like that ol the music hours is loaned charge by the record-lending library, which is sponsorfd by the committee. Special programs during lhe Christ' mas season were put on and several live progf2lm5 riff' conducted by graduate students. l82 Stunt Show is an e "Beat the Bac typical chants li lore each home time a pep ral' hy the Pep Rai he cheered to ' ganizes the pro cis, coach and 0 danced at all t The last sho' plete sellout. 5 he attributed physical arran presentation. lv was replaced t ,Inother leatur was the award show on Satur cacli night's pf The bonfire in I I 1 'X rnarrixoi Jpnisricin inay be louiitl the Illini Union is to provide in- he campus stui ales around tlit 1rd relreslinieiits. icular tlieineol tai. and George ulture along the king of Booksfl ii ol Dickensfl 'lore the Cliiisr tee. t Day coinmitttt tivities on cam- ckencl to honor loin. selected bl cn tire ii'66l45llfl' fi ix given ticktli to gi trend. T116 iliis fouimiffff' . .Xr1'zirigCITIfm3 i tht ,il extents 0 . , 'Ol' fIl11l,lUllffmdi , N, l I Xirixitltvrfml . lf lil' Xltlslf Hou - piiirl ziirtlllgel .,l-y - ,riiir.f:fIlI"'l'l' , fr r' ',', rifzflliullg l Ol i'1,ilIf"l lid l it In Xlwngrjytil I ' -it 'tiff llll' Lllllx ' .,I'f i n'1I,Ililrl'lC Stunt Show is an exciting event to attend on Homecoming. "Beat the Badgers" and "YVhip the XfVolverines" were typical chants heard at the Friday night pep rallies be- fore each home football game. This year for the first time a pep rally before an away game was sponsored by the Pep Rallies committee so that the Illini would be cheered to victory. The Pep Rallies committee or- ganizes the program by contacting the band, cheerlead- ers, coach and other speakers. This season Chief Illiniwek danced at all the rallies. The last showing of Stunt Show this year was a com- plete sellout. The stunt show committee's success can be attributed to the members' handling of publicity, physical arrangements, judges, programs, and awards presentation. Individual entertainment between the acts was replaced this year by the playing of the orchestra. Another feature which was altered from last year's show was the awarding of one grand final winner at the last show on Saturday night, in lieu of the two winners of each nightis performance. X.. rn was the climax to the pre-game pep rally. The fa R. 4. X ' . I r Thursday evening Jazz-U draws many to the Union basement. Block I has become a favorite tradition at home football games. ns marched over from the Union for the fun. The bonfire in back of Huff Gy Sf ctr i sa ,,,.f.g5j - ' .vis g - X r' . rn t - - "xi ,vs ,. f -.xi ,. l..g.a. si sif.r . .. -J if ,y .yr ..' 4 VM MM, W gin 462 . ' . Hi A 1 ,I 1- nf' 183 i ...---or - .' , A - - sour u -an-x 4, . K T... f-v L r " 1 v t' V . "7"'i4 ' 'rf fr' 0- ' I G f i F afyv XA' xp . V ' 21,40 my V I 'i n X' I X . Q ..,. .i V i 'gif-xl Nl' M i i il '- X 1 A DEL Dfiililf, DIfCCl'f "'1h'g.ff,1,'ff',jfffi'fff7,1,f24i'liiO'I"E2Qil'''' my COFFEE HOURS . . . SPRING MUSICAL nomiueommo . . . JAZZ-U-LIKE-lT country to plan a Homecoming, and for forty-eight yum The Cgunpug thu' nl ilu' in.iin inliquiioiis ol Nlotliers Day weekend Is ilu iu.n pmli-ssioiiiil Spring Nlusiczil. It is produced piiiiiuiilx ln l'nixt-:sits sllltleills. The singing leads, iliwlils pnis nul ilu' it-st ul ilu- canst, entirely composed 4 ou'1lu'i lllL'll' nnisitail talents to create 'rl sllltltllls, lrlll l lg .iliwllul i.nnpns NIlltl.ltlll.ll. i.lllll'l .nul .i liu-iully sniilt' :nt ilu- two ingredients I-ii llu' slltttssllll Illini l'nion Collet- llours. Providing .i ill .icuii .nninspluiv lin NlllllL'lllN1lllll lzuinlty to get ac- I -Iiunnuil. ilu' innnniiu-t' si-ues lice roller- every Thurs -las .ilu iiuuin in ilu' lnliln ul ilu- llnion. Rest and re- ll1Nlllllllll is xi-ix lllXlllllg llt'lWL'l'll molasses ol' alter the .u llillliw til ilu- ml.ix li.ix'c' lt-l np, llu lllllXl'lNllX ul Illinois was ilu' lll'Sl scluuml in the it has celebrated the big event. Events such as the elec- tion of the queen who presides over the weekend and Ill the football game, the house decorations contest in wliich houses enter displays welcoming alums, and nation-wide publicity are planned by the Homecoming committee. To get in the spirit of the weekend, Homecoming badges were sold in an all-out effort by many students. -It committu' Ever Thursda evenin the azz-U-Like 7 . V 3 . supervises Jazz programs in the Union Tavern. Mem- bers contact bands and special performers and arrange lor the publicity throughout the campus. Each year this committee has one program of jazz which especially in- terests the student body. group ol Univc they might be 1 zuul programs. tloordinating Day weekend is nu-inbers handl Haul" derbies, ii The Fine Ar lt'SlS, and displ um' held a pho lion, and mair lo acquain l. 'lun Sub01:irmnn,..,1oo ,ow H ,. uw .- no V V, vi ' V i er 4-v Pifgv L,-, 5,4 ,Sr I . N 'PI' ""I -' ' A ' f A ef' rf Qiryfu Ti-3:-,WEE1 ,loin HULW S b . Jny Rnlnli o i nun . 1 .: H. ,. , .-arilvn Jones U clgaigsenz Judy Buehief, Nancy Cohernoufl e JC 9 ie Davis, Jane Lewis My Noe 5 NO' lf! panel: Skip Nelson, Nancy Veach, Ken Bonnem, N3 L: Kircher 184 E -sg A N, f fx , Q I y, -c,mV - VV ,V A x':.f'-7- 1 - - .- A-+L..-...mi - . BARBARA GORDON, Director Left-Maior chairmen: Barbara Johns, Jan Reeves, Nancy Grant, Bruce Duff, Marguerite Mizelle, Kay Hill De C CAMPUS TALENT . . . DADS DAY . . . FINE ARTS . . . Sl-IEEQUON ILLINI RELATIONS .......... INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS forty-eight years such as the elec- weekend and at contest in which and nation-tvitlt ning committee. iecoining badges gudents. ike-It committee Tavern. Mem- ers and arrange . Each year this ch especially int , twine, rmvff Jen, R r1CV ,My Bonrterfif Na The Campus Talent committee brings together a group of University student entertainers in order that they might be available when Wanted for various shows and programs. Coordinating the many events taking place on Dads Day weekend is the job of the Dads Day committee. The members handle the King-for-a-Day Contest, sell "Illini Dad" derbies, and compile Dads Day programs. The Fine Arts committee organizes all art shows, con- tests, and displays in the Union. This year the commit- tee held a photography contest and a painting competi- tion, and maintained an art lending library. To acquaint the incoming University student with Sl-lbchairmen: Jan Hawkins, Alice Shoger, Larry Kuzela, MGVY Jo Aller, Nita Neal, Laurie Got? Not in anal: Vi Thompson, Keri Bonne-m, Larry Pearson' P Lynn Morley, Ann Drertkhahn Illini Union and other campus activities, the Illini Rela- tions committee organizes open houses, displays, and panel discussions. It also sponsors the 100 Banquet, hon- oring seniors in activities and athletics. To further friendship and understanding between American and foreign students, the Union has an Inter- national Programs committee. Through various events this committee brings students together in friendly at- mospheres. 'lSheequon," the Illini Union's annual campus-wide spring event, provides entertainment and activity experi- ence for thousands of University students. Proceeds go to charity. 3 5 l t 5 i 35251 W mn ' f 5- . f ...A ii' - A- - , "" 1 ,X s . nz' A h..,,Q,.,w,,... J' , 'Y f kv , V , " . . . Z' 1 ' Subchairmen-Top row: Bernie Wall, Frances Swartz, Bernice Ferguson, Larry Kuzela, B'lI FI , I ynn C l Curtis, Kay Dangerfield, Karen Branch Bottom row: Jim Staes, Linda Lingle, aro yn , Kathy Jackson d Not in panel: Carla KOQBU1 GIOVJB BOYJGU l85 ..-.nov y, , f Q x!! - ,,,....,- Q.. ' t 1, 1 ' chairmen: G-vlt, Rottenbgrg, Kev Lash, LYNN Forest, Dan l Mayor .. .., t,-'ni Department D Nlntli ol ilu- tolor and spirit at the Illinois football gantts in Xlt-nioiizul Statlitnn is protlucetl by 2200 stu- tl- nit ttlio ttnnpost' tlu- largest card section in the coun- tit lllotk l tonnnitlvt- int-tnlu-rs are kept busy during 1 iff Wilde, Sharon ' I 'Y D.-XNCES . . . I HIGH SCHO 5 l tln- lootlmll xtxtxtbll designing colorlul, original stunts and putting :livin into optsiation. 'l'lu-5 coordinate their dis- lilats with ilu' lmntl and with tlu' tlteine ol the weekend. L lltnntstoining tlinut-s. lall and spring registration tl.tntt-N, .intl Iootlmll tlztntvs :t1't-spotisoretl by the Union lhntt tonnnitttft-. lltwitltsttlztloltllt1iolttl1lllt'CS,lllC coni- - ' 4 ' ' ' 4 '- convenient lor I lllllltt Iioltls ittoitl tlintts ttlntlt nt I I - . .V , . , ,. 4. pltstlgt txtliingt-s intl inloinml lmlllts oi dates. lice Ll NDA l-IALE, Director NTERNATIONAL FAIR . . . BLOCK I OL CIRCUS ...... SOCIAL FORUMS dancing lessons are offered to interested students whilt' casual dances are held in the Union Tavern. High School Circus provides entertainment lor visiting high school students attending the statewide "Elite Eight" basketball tournament in March. In the Armory talent shows, food booths, and games of skill provide opportn' nities for fun and relaxation between the games. This year the International Fair was expanded into an ht students from four tlil- t which re resented cct- entire week. On one week nig ferent countries put on a pagean p tain customs or rituals characteristic of each particular home country. 'eta 1 , l tt v '-' 0 QI :TU 17 1 Subchaumnh-Yup 'qw Q ,-.,.,. y q H, I ,-.Mt , M- ,F, J ' -"" u .fran Gm-,dm N .anon 'LL Kpr:P.Iii.:tarxvgggxsqsjrmdv C ' an, ancy Cohernour, Don gubchaiymen-Second row: Max Olson, Rwhafd Hague' 1-f te. .fn , ' is ' 'HMV O' mf. Beth P' it - Roski, Bill Yonfz, Art Carlson Bernie 3 Leif NO' If' :intel it-F-IMD 'B?:grM'C". Datialas Tonkinhrolihe I Gemma Bemesi Bonomh '0w: Bob Aten, Carla IZOQBH, Dris Winbug' ' ' ' Sc auer, Mary Brown June Fritsch filyn No' in Panel: Jean Raltcliffe, Ann Dfenckhahn' Ma Stephenson l86 l -N'IL+C':' if - . WN R A JY, .X likgfj A if r ' T VXJ3' ,gg x 1 . 153,53 i 3 r ii .ni "v X. I K, !- lnternational Fair if grounds of the fore lfritlay and Sz and exhibits wl' toms, lood, and with tlillerent t' it variety lloor s Social Fort inlortnal, alter- ntvrs. Special gr mganixetl hous Dads Day Derbiee 4'-4 TOI' Q I NIS il students while vern. ment for visiting ide "Elite Eight" e Arinory talent Jrovide opportu- e games. xpandecl into an ts from lourilil- represented cel'- cach particular Jer Pmhard Hague' f ll V5 ir fl' rfsabefgf W urn llilllll ff frlfl . . if , - ,E 5, 4:7 ,.,' f ' at-.4 I ' if . - We ' ,I. 5, Q ,x fp KW. I , . W M, . s A . , -f' l . iA f J kms . I y ill If 'J 'N ri International Fair is an annual event put on to give the student body a look into the back- The pep rally spilled over into a bouncing grounds of the foreign students on campus. This year, the fair included a full week. street dance on Green. Friday and Saturday nights were devoted to various shops and exhibits which were set up in the Union to explain cus- toms, food, and dress of the foreign peoples. Foreign students with different types of talent reliecting their native land gave a variety Hoor show in the ballroom. Social Forums are well known on campus through their informal, after-dinner discussions of social customs and man' tiers. Special groups such as international students as well as organized houses may benefit from social forums. Dads Day Derbies are special crowns for all fathers on their weekend. Voting for a Homecoming Queen from all the candidates 3 , , we arm,-,..,.. ., We , .Y ., JH, l . r fl awqsegf. - ze me 'S' Nh .,.. x N K. " XXMW , 'isasiams 'FL i . 5 if l 'Q r fi l ll. - if -' w il 371, Q .lf .L -vw M' ' lite? 53- ',. 3, r p l 1 ' l, lp. gulf? un-L .kg-,V lfffkrwi , Fr P5' 7 J 7 ,. . f 'f f N A "i" we "" Farr lsmgt-. . 'J V, A f, if V ' ,,,,-,..- Wad, .omr'f""" " ' ' ., ,s 'MN ,Vi -' ' ' ' nv 'T .3 ..,.f-f .,.. W..--urn!-'jr fn-vig-1'!'f"'J"Cf,k - ' ' 1 l l l .l 1 it lt ll I l , E x 1, 'x 4 t ,W ll i GRACE LEMKE, otfcmf Malo' C E Pt-1RsoNNEt ,... PUBLICITY . . . t lu lu-gin tlu' next iran in lllini l'nion Student Activi- tits, tfiitltitwiitcs aux- lu-ltl :tt iXllt-rton, planned by the Iutstiitiit-I tonuiiitu-r. Nlaioi' cliziirnien and directors are insiituutl lor tluiir luturt- positions through workshops uhuh t'XLllll.llt' tonnnituw-s :uul through discussion gnuips whit li plan ilu' proct-tltire lor the next year's pro- igi.tin, In tlu' lgtll ilu-re is also at training period for the snhtliuiinu-it gnul tonnnitu-e nu-inbers by arrangement -il ilu- lu-tsoniu-l toiiiiitituw-. .Xnother part is the keeping ul ilu' tilt-N nl gill pt-units tontu-rural with the Union Ac- y iiiitit-s .tiul ilu' rating tgnxls wliicli determine who will Q it-tt-iw ilu- llioiifc. Silxrcr. :intl Gold Keys at the annual lim li.Illlllll'l, oigginift-il by pt-rsoniu-l to honor outstand- ing gulnrit-nu-tit in l nuin 1ll'llYlllt'N. Subchnivmnn-Top row: Gnome Whitney, Mike Joss, Dick Elliott, R055 I Mayor Second row: Linda Lynch, Judy Wright ' Bottom row: I-ntdq Miller, Margie Belsley, Sandy Grossman, Diane Orgs Alice Ftal-.4-r ' i l NU' lf' D-'Hel Ind S.-..ivt:, Eunice Szhmdski, Torn Roos, Nancy Gardner l -. ,.---7- -- ' ' -nu l I ml 4 l. l l i r l if i ' l88 t X hairmen-Jerry Langkammerer, Mae Mirto, Jerry Roberts Public information is another basic committee of thc Union. A workshop on publicity, an aid in publicizing events most effectively, is held each semester with speak- ers representing all the media of communication. Cam- pus View from 322 is published several times a year so that recognition will be given to outstanding members and activities in the Union. A "Poster of the Montl1"is chosen in order to give incentive to others and to recog- nize quality work. On Friday and Saturday nights the Auditorium is usu- ally filled to capacity with movie-goers attending Ameri- can films. The Union Movies committee arranges lm' these Films, and also lor the showing of foreign films in the Cinema Internationale on Sunday evenings. Subchairmen-Top row: Bob Tewes, Nancy Cohernour, Pete Legendre BON0'm row: June Fritsch, Nita Neal, Bob Lenz, Jo Lodato, Ada Jon9S NO' In panel: Gail Pierce, Ida Bartelstein ff 14 UNION Movies 335755731 Mafgafef Theatre Boar 0 HIV Over l7,000 i'et'sity Theatre ltilltl saw expel stage. Besides I with hrst class f at variety of opy experience in tl rt'tluirement of lun lor theatre initial stimulat lllbll crews all l lftun the playi high as the sta Technical Assista Top Row: I Robinson X Roberts :ommittee of the id in publicizing ester with speak- iunication. Cam- l times a yearn anding members of the Monthlii ters and to recoga uditoriuni is usu- attending Ameri- ttee arranges lot li loreign fll1IlSlll ivenings. r, Pete Legenflfe cdato, Ada JCN195 O jf t Scott, Robert Whitlatch, Bernard Hewitt, Alan Holaday University Theatre Board-Top row: George Swift, Joseph Bottom row: Margaret Heino, Cameron Gullette, Jean Draegert University Theatre Has Successful Season Over 17,000 persons attended productions by the Uni- versity Theatre during the past year and an additional 1600 saw experimental plays on the Mforkshop Theatre stage. Besides providing campus and community residents with first class entertainment, the University Theatre olliers a variety of opportunities to hundreds of students desiring experience in the various theatre arts. Hard work is a basic requirement of all participants, but this does not eliminate fun for theatre life is exciting. The printed page offers the initial stimulation. Directors, actors, designers and produc- tion crews all lend their imaginations and talents to trans- form the playwright's dream into a reality. Excitement is high as the stage manager calls, 'Curtain going up!" Technical Assistants-Bottom Row: Henry Tharp, Joan Olson, Glen Pierce T R:Rb Wb'l hW'l Dd,J Wll ,D In gbinsgiiiv O eri It atc 1 Ima ry en Im a ace eec am MARGARET HElNO, General manager R ' -mf. 'j . ,ix , s , ' at sg ti ,r,s. , 5 :S w. if b T 1 .s 'T at t , i. k ,xt .QS .Z , g I K i ' JOSEPH SCOTT, Executive director of University Theatre 0 3 0 C 1 l ' ""'T"' 1 y , rig: --,D '. -. ,,:,t,,,:: Y- ,xv ---"' 'WA' . we --nrt r f ,. 431 2- 'S , N , , 1, 5,..75'i,iR, it 5 ?'1i4-,.x':!f.SXl 1' aqagfi.. i ' id il i - 1 6 f 'ff' V llf , Rf-.t ' e t LXLL L-L. . 1 is Y-rv X... LI , x .5 ih. t' N Y , 6 .A 'ft L t ASI.. J 'Q N5 X s. ' E ' 25 -S 1 51gs 5f5gf'if Yfx . t X 5515. t tiiiliifi: or f BARNARD Ht .1?1-W Man's struggle against novo, ...,, ,.--,..- . , , l V i I war, and his ever triumphant getting-out-from-under is told in The 4 skin of our reefs. S Q , . 1 . x : 'if ' I bm , K X CJ if-I-'I V3 Si'ifxTTl,iCK, Director 5 . - f , - Q., 5 rib' p 'i . .t' it tum' '.f,f-.t1C,rtT 1 , ,Vu .'.i.f.ff'-.r,f qe,...... ...-, lu..- L. ,f- gg Q Tryouts Precede Casting In Six Annual Productions .X variety oi plays in a variety oi styles offers rich oppor- tunities to student actors. At the beginning of each year the directors hold general tryouts. Actors show their wattes in hopes that they may one day Find themselves cast in out oi' the six yearly productions. But this is not the only chance. Each director then has individual tryouts for his own production. Actors who tried out lor and were cast in The Skin of Our Teeth had a chance to periornt in tt presentational style. Audiences had a chance to see tlw ages of man as the announcement was made: "Here coiuv the Antrobuses, pithecoid but erect. Pity them, rcspctl them, enjoy them. They are yourselves." Lamar Prosser as ivir. Antrobus and John Brasvvell as Henry meet 35 father and son divided by Great Wars. A,,s.- 1- ,Xctittg is only trltich a student c til iohs that call tion ol' Moliere's ttttd scene pztintir llit' costumes wc Special hats and t-itottglt, costume it-etttlt century W all the lun for 1 large, exaggeratt added liie and st painters found t l-Qrett the Iloor l' .tll, when the D Pull. llley iottnt llit'1lll'lt'2ll enteri The imaginary Im "-- -- +A- - . ......w.4, -...n-w..-.'n - - .,.f,,,,, ,,,,, at Y V I l esslonr hate, and ler is told in The sting uctions lers rich oppor- al' each year tlre nv their wares lves cast in one s not the only tryouts for his ' and were east fi perform ina inte to see tllt le: "Here come , them, respect gg Henry meel as 14? BARNARD HEWITT, Director NANCY BOLDT, Business Manager Backstage Work Important Acting is only one of the areas of the University Theatre in which a student can work. Production crews offer a wide variety of jobs that call for imagination and initiative. In the produc- tion of Moliere's The Imaginary Invalid, costumes, properties, and scene painting offered a special challenge to crew members. The costumes were bright, intricate, and exaggerated in design. Special hats and capes added to the gaiety. As if this were not enough, costume crews also designed and made numerous seven- teenth century wigs. But the costume crew members did not have all the fun for properties proved to be equally exciting. Many large, exaggerated medical implements were necessary to give added life and sparkle to Moliere's high-spirited farce. The scene painters found themselves working in a bright, false perspective. Even the floor had to be carefully laid out and painted. All in all, when the Dads invaded the campus for their annual week- end, they found prepared for them two and one-half hours of theatrical entertainment at its best. Tom Waters cavorted in the role of Argan the imaginary invalid a ,.,--' Junior managers-Top row: Linda Bond box office June Hufchcraft playbillg Charlotte D'!-Xlmarne advertising an Lynn Bell house management Bottom row: Diana Krarnp, publicity T ' ' ' ll' lc' f omed in which both the lnypochondriac and the p he Imaginary lnvahcl is a ro rc ing arce c y ractice of medicine are ridiculed llev ' ' -' ' d CO cerns 'rl The BirS VY- Ai gods. It contanns I' lntegr. .Xll production M-ttcs. Many per L-ml olk thc orgzmi I't't1l1il'CS the servi vcutivcs. Artists 2 :md plzlybill cove uxlucr crews organ vnouglm people tc .lll't' l'l1IlCli0llS ur up within llll 01 luuctimm of keep it must be il' art Sophomore managers-' ' John Reynolds, Kai lhud row: Ruth Cunnin Youmars, Joyce Bu Second vow: Ellissa W Mflfilaret McDonalc Bottom row: Corinne E 1 orlcl . " 1 un mari. behev' - l 8 innocerwe- el AMC. The Birds concerns the founding of Cloud Cuckooland and its triumphy over all earthly bores and quacks, its triumph over the Olympian gods. It contains Arrstophanes comment on the polytheistic absurdities to which Athenian religion had been reduced. Integrated Production All production personnel do not work behind the scenes. Many people are necessary to keep the business end of the organization functioning smoothly. Publicity requires the services of copy writers and advertising ex- ecutives. Artists are needed to design and execute posters and playbill covers. Ticket sales must be managed and usher crews organized to make sure that there are always enough people to do the job well. The University The- atre functions under a manager system. All areas are set up within an organization which tries to perform the lunction of keeping theatrical production integrated as it must be if artistic success is to be achieved. Sophomore managers-Top row: Sharon Crawley, Susan Langston, Beverly Kimes, ' John Reynolds, Kathy Forbes, Roger Lee Third row: Ruth Cunningham, Marion Eggers, Judith Menke, Mary Brown, Saundra Youmars, Joyce Bullack, Merle Kuyrkendahl Second row: Ellissa Weaver, Carolyn Franks, Loretta Alfonsi, Barbara Shubert, Margaret McDonald, Carole Luehring, Marge Baldwin, Patricia Tiedie Bottom row: Corinne Epstein, Judith Lyman, Florie Kogen, Susan Vaughn i .. . 3. y -5 NK MERRILL HAHN, Production manager itffiiaz 1 PWOHKTKJNMANAGII Sophomore managers: Carol Green, make-up, Ruth Hoogerwerf, costumes, Elsie Robinson, costumes Ls... J Sophomore managers: Carol Hay, properties, Catherine Miller, scenery painting, Jon Kibler, construction - l-T, HQ? bi gil. kgigf 'F ii- gg. X .4-we 193 i l it -vu GEORGE lVlcKlNNEY, Technical director evf ,. if , GENEVI EVE RICHARDSON, Costumiere Globe Playhouse Used The theatre used zt reconstruction of the stage :irons ol' Slizikespezires Globe Playhouse lor the lilizzibetlizm plays. The lJl'llH2l1'y values in this staging are the ezisc und speed ol presentation, meaninglulness ol thc stage areas, and comfortable rightness ol the scenic lilcucle, which never takes attention lrorn the actors :ind the play. "4 ll' 'f ' 0 015m DVOVS 0 be lghly exciting and a rare opportunity to see Shakespeare at its best. i XS WEBSTER SN New I Tried Workshop Tl' Street Building. plays are preset plziys are cliosei Original scripts l'laiywriglits' YV submit them C Nlziny plays presen to Iurtliei This scene is New or old, the director Jrniere Use the stage areas :he lilizabethzm ng are the east glulness oi the is ol the scenit rom the actors a kespeare at its best 'f pf' are ...N 4 's. gf i X JOHN CORLISS, Associate production manager WEBSTER SMAU-EY, Supervisor JUDITH BELT, Associate general manager New Approaches And Plays Tried In Workshop Theatre Workshop Theatre is located in the middle ol the Sixth Street Buildin . Six times a ear a roun of three oneeact 3 Y 3 1 plays are presented on its small but mighty stage. These plays are chosen, cast, and directed by graduate students. Original scripts are presented in the second semester in Pla fwri hts' hlVO1'kSl1OJ. Students who have written ala s 5 3 l l Y MARY ARBENZ, Supervisor submit them to the supervisor of Playwrights' Vforkshop. Many students have had the opportunity to see their plays presented and from this experience have been able to lurther develop their Hair for the dramatic. This scene is typical of the productions done in Workshop 'Theatre New or old, the plays are always stimulating and provocative. GERALD SHRIVER, Manager WILLIAM CUNHAM, Manager INA STARR, Associate business manager lna Starr 4. , Q - fi , ff . 1 E ,L 4. fu tffjdsii . ,. sf Tl .r ,.,-x,,,, , Ll f- ,H , -,i flu.-ff-V, .. X, y.,.,... i, ,iv ,. 1 v 5 ii' H WE' ' ' ff, 5 law :.Vf' 453 ,,-v Y! ' iisrgie' 1 Y gil '75 "' Isa, -fe " V is ' S A , , D.. . 1 v , f' ,- 7 ,i. L, L Z- TQZ ' ff-1 'A wwf- ' "7 131' 9-1- fffr ' 4 yr , V 381754 ' ' , ef. , x V w. f-.s z '. .L its . A- "- f l isfh-" 1-- , 'f ,Z zfsgw-45' w.'H,,,:fs,4 kg K' " I I I I 'A -::' " f I I Rs 1 Q i In km, li c we J J, Ijy n4u-srrf i ' I . ll ii i 'fn ,af l f I 'b 1 NORMAN SMITH' Personne' JOE GLASS, Finance l sinii- ISIII. Suns Clourst' has Inongln to lllinois classical University Concert and Entertainment Board. This Inngiiiiiis in thi- In-lds ol innsic, dance, and drama. The board, composed of six faculty members and six students, .niisis It-.nun-II in ilu- M58-SEI st-ries included the Danish selects the artists and makes all final decisions concerning Nniioiigil On Iii-sim under the direction ol' .john Frandsen the operations of the artists and the operations of the or- nnd 'liilulllzis It-list-n, l,t-onnrd Warren, Zino lfrancescatti, ganization. Two senior managers are the over-all direc- l.I-on I-'li-islit-r, CLI-orgy Slit-ziring, Louis ,-Xrinstrong, Ma- tors oi Star Course, one in charge of finance and one in :inn ilinlvisoii, and the Roger Wagner Chorale. charge of personnel. Both senior managers are automat- mgn iluillst-, ni Sllltit'IIl-0lJt'l'llll'ii activity, is conducted ically members of the University Concert and Entertain' ull an Nllitl non-lnoln Imsis. nmlcr the auspices ol the ment Board. xx' I I l I i Wi K I' Cancer! and Enlmlammcnl Board-Yep rows C C f'LLf.,y,7 Nqmm S .. i Botlom row A H Lqrvg 1 pc.-C, Yank! ,Img CLWYHT - 1 -' - may Duane gram A N . I , . , ,, , :L , . D. gan, Jan Bach,M ' i Nol in Panel .PiCVC'l Cavti- John FHZY. Thomaxi Johriiwsloynnd Numum Owls Carter' Joe Glass I95 Working iunior mai tickets, pub physical pl: the unior I running ur programmi und acquai' DON V K ' ,An-in V., , ss: is Q- A , A 'TXT f7"i'f'Q7f' l x ,QV W I gy ff , X 1,3 , 4, 1' 54 ff f: fi , 13211, ' i' inance Artists t Board. This incl six students, sions concerning 'ations oi the or ie over-all direc- ance and one in ers are automat- t and Entertaina f , 1 J' , f, I ,, 1, CAROLE STACKHOUSE, Public relations SUZANNE HAINES, Personnel manager Workin directly uncler the senior managers are eight l S junior managers who supervise publicity, advertising. tickets, public relations, concert arrangements, personnel, physical plant, and office management. It is the duty ol' the junior managers to organize each concert into a smooth- running unit by arranging lor staging, lighting, ushering, programming, securing accommodations lor the artists, and acquainting sophomores with each phase ol Star Course. DONALD DOHERTY, Concert arrangement DOUGLAS LAPP, Physical plant C v l ' A .Jw i I , xi Q l ,S H 1 ,gp . gfff' .rf KAY MCLEY, Publicity PAUL BENNETT, Advertising ELlZABETl-l lVllCl-lENER, Office manager ROBERT JOHNSTON, Ticket manager A SATURDAY l97 1-na-,--an' . - A -K" ye..-j,+L: xv- ' V 1-'Tl' i' ' V' Vi 'M -:'-1..p'..1..a-.-z5.a-.- -- ' Lf' ,f -f , . l fl ,fa ll li ll la 1 l l l l i i , K I 'x U ' . W' 1 f ,g , - .1'-' k Peter Aikman, Jim Stein, Jim Lashbrook 5 h : . . -T : B d G d', Da ll Lohmeier, Tom Welch, Alan Lopat a, I I I I I Bzfloirumgoilv.m??:g:g5fEr1er?,pJo?3l"1lDalgisjh, Jog: lhavisfrian Meadors, Karen Arentsen, Janet Tansley, Nancy Klindere, FVGUCJS Weflhelm, Sue BUFQID, Lisa Grable Noi in p.mcIz f!ff.'t'1ly litmus, Jane Lemme, Martha Solomon, June Wagner, Bill Sanders, Paul Tingleff, Doug Tonklnson, Jack Westover, Jack Wldholm ,X wit vw-iilizil lnnimli ol Sllll' Course is the sopho- of Star Course, they are given individual assignments an mon- still, ioiqiling Iilli im-nilat-rs, The sophomores are weekly committee meetings. Besides ushering at concern. I r I rliiirlwl into louis roiiiiiliilcvs. caicli led by two junior sophomores are in charge of apportioning jobs to tht- ' n1.n1.igris. I o giulimixmi the sophomores with each phase freshman staff of one hundred and twenty members. Y D d Voelpel Gerald Salzman Dick Haines Don Kendeigh Don Quest Roger Bushnick, Don Drever, Tom Roos d f Sophomorn m.mnqcn- op row: .wi , , I H I I Bouom vow Cnvnl in Crfrm, Marcia Glasgow, Shannon Mora, Kay Peters, Melissa Blanke, Audrey Gronert, Ann Youmans, Karen Person, Becky Hos or Nm in nmol, .. Jw.-vlfi E.,-lnlrfy, Ann Drenckhahn, Helen Jacobs, Bob Armstrong, Dave Dusendschon, Jim Furlong, Arthur Glassman, Robert l-lartsock l l l l l9S 2 Known as l:l'2lI1i'CSC2ltIi, the elements 1 intense warm personality vt :mtl audience 'able ignmems at at concerts. jobs to tht embers. ROGER YVAGNER CHORALE The only singing group in the United States to be invited to participate in London's Coronation Festivities, the Roger Xllagner Chorale, has won ac- claim as the nation's inost unique singing group. The Chorale was lounded in l946 by Roger XfVagner and since then has performed almost every major choral work in appearances with prominent symphonic organizations both here and abroad. ZINO FRANCESCATTI gghhn Known as the 'KlT1L1SlCl2ll'lyS musician" is Zino Francescatti, violinist extraordinary. He combines y the elements ol true greatness-technical brilliance, I X intense warmth and virtuosity-with an engaging , personality which has endeared hiin to colleagues ' and audiences around the world. 'f"'-Y :apr It v v , F Q- , 'D ' N Q 4 .139-LN-,Q - ..45,,V.x,,A,7.- ,-:,rg.s,'.f,,,-AY ,,,f- .MI . Ii I I --- lx' . J, ,. r.: 1, I -M- - f..r-gf.--1.....-. . . ,. A- - - 't ipf i i l x .1 1 1 P I li J 1 5 1 2 I ll. I Q WH-14121 IDXXISII N,X'l'lOX,Xl, ORC!-IliS'liR.-X . 4 f mlm-ation ol the distinguished Danish con- l lIli4'I thc- c ilithlc 4 l . thu mi I lifmiqis lc-iisvii. ilu- Danish Nzitionzil Orcliestrzi zippezn' I ' ull ilu l :nu-isitx ol illinoistzllnptlsclllrillgitsl'Ctl1l'n Aniericzin -sim is with-lx' luiowii lor the sensitivity with I nn, I hc- :mln 1 ' - ' sic hmn both at stzinclzird orchestral uliimli it llllillllth tht inn N- - -cl Smatnnlinziviziii c'o1n1msei's. li'lN'l llblli' incl clult X F its X . X 7 1. I x GEORGE SHEARING Born totally blind, George Shearing W0l'k9ll il' ht azz progres' his way to the circle of top- ig j sives. His music and subtle humor was thorough' ly enjoyed by the entire campus. 101515 ARMs1 Although a C91 his UP lmpalif .-X1'1nst1'OUg Swtyplf mo Sounbl hit tlirozitl' Volce tg audience by dm' tense Vibmto X uses 011 the Umm Ameri South Phi gatherings have paid titled "the hearing wotktll ' 1 1P1'0S"el' ht Plaza. ir was tllOI'0Ugh' LOUIS ARMSTRONG Although a cold sore on his lip impaired Louis :Xl'lT1SEl'OI1g,S typical "Satch- nio Sound" his unique throaty voice touched the audience by that same in- tense vibrato which he uses on the trumpet. MARIAN ANDERSON America's first lady ol song, Marian Anderson, was born South Philadelphia, where she began appearing at church gatherings at the age of ten. Governments, universities, and have paid tribute in awards and degrees to this modest wom titled "the high priestess of songf' and grew up in and community musical societies an who has bccn 3 2 Q 5 .. f ' 1:- I. ,, i Y . X Q . .3 .. 11 V' ag . , 'Q 't I ti t Z... 1' .. VW yt ,,- "X ,H i"" , C? Doll show subchairmen-Top row: Virginia Baker, Marie Anderson, Berlrude Bockta, Linda 4:9 -ff 4 Y ,- 5, C , A Vgffg, t ,.,,, .. ti f ss ,.,sff- ,.. .- wwf- Ri: .1-1:-ff X. ,.,a. ta .. r OmUf'5-Top 'owl Bmlmm Wilford' Heasweri Carol Heaih' vice Presb Hibbott, Rosemuncl eshwill I h - J ST k d 'nl - W ll A ice Car son c atrrnanf oy ra a Bottorh row: Jane Faulkner, presidentg Arleen Schoen, secretary Bottom row. Fran e S, 1 YWCA Co-sponsors National Assembly AQHUH k Top vow: Sac Rettko, Roth Campbell, Ruth Pitelka, Ethel Minor, Norma Foster, Alice Carlson Coombe, Carol Snyder, Sue Aehler Nancy f.'.cP.'ttlIrnt, Virgin Bottom row: Lots Henderson, Betty Gabchart, assistant director, Jane Faulkner, Enla Reden. l r I' nut CIIICM we dtrcclorg Susan Vaughn, Sharon Thompson Coffee hours .mm hcl d at the " Y" to brtnq American and foreign students closer together, During the holiday season, the "Y" cospon- sored the Sixth National Student Assembly ol the YMCA and YWVCA. Many students from every region in the U. S. joined together at the University of Illinois to determine the direction and program oi the YMCA and YWCA in future years. Dr. Mordecai johnson, president of How- ard University and chief speaker of the event, shared the opening night platform with D11 David Dodds Henry in welcoming the delegates. Other speakers were Paul Lehmann of the Hari vard Divinity School and Herbert Otwell ol the Pacific School of Religion. Bob Lenz, of llh- nois' own YMCA, served as co-chairman of tilt? assembly. The YWCA has also expanded its field of serv- ice to the campus and community this yC21Y bl' forming a total of ten major areas, each headell by a cabinet member. . l This wide range of interests and opportunities open to everyone includes: current events, Clll' tural interests, International Friendship, Intel' national Suppers, little United Nations, public relations, social recreation, worship in life,Cl1ll' dren's committee, and Y-YVire. The social and spiritual growth of th. vidual is one of the main aims. Included H1 area are discussion groups, activities for fun H? lellowship, religious services sponsortidibl' fi YW CA, and services to the community 111 IPKOJ' ects such as reading to the blind and Pfovldmg entertainment for youngsters in children'S hflmes' 1Doll The success of the "Y" 's fifty-third annual I I d origllla Q this l Show resulted in many beautiful an 1 nd dolls being given to children in hOSP1tal5 a chilclrenis homes, 202 Aids ll The main p annual fund dr Through the : Nudelman, ant Hose, more th nated to a selet On the theo organization tc than many dil Chest was fou' Thus, Camput purpose. Thr lund drive, to tate Universit ing the charit Along with 111011, subchair coordinate tl flfive, many 5 U10 year, to 1 U10 sales of and book Salt The enthu 'lull' lie with laculty meme With the Cor laculty, Qam HS I0 increas. ,K I "' I f 1 Annual Spring Drive Aids Many Charities ll11 1111111 :1'11 11 l - l 31 - fl11 111111111 111111l1lf. 1 1 -1 ll1111114l1 Tlf ' - '1 Xl X'lll4'lIll1ll 1 1' , 1 lv" Nl1 ll1111 1111111 1111!:11 'l' l11l1'1ll111,1 llll llgf ll1111! 11l ' 'Q'l-.11,11' 1 l l"11!111!111l:" 1 ' " l NH' ll11-1 1- l11:111,' ' l' 1 11 l 11111 lllll-1l1lJ1E1. lY1 ' "ffl" 1 E1111' ll11' 1 1 1 1l1lI1l .111,1l1l11-,1 1, ,.,11. 1 11,1l 111 111 lH11A,1 , 1 ' 11l111' .lllj 1l11 1l11111,1 1 1 ' 1,1'.1111 Xl'lllQ ',-, 11l1f 11f,y1 1 1:11112 1l11 ll"ll lll11l11lZ!11'l1 lll'l '.'I1."' 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Nlfnillll p-mal. 1,,,,1,1, 11111,-I 13.1111111- 9111111-1, Eve-11-11 ll111111.1a, Lorrm lxlorhru-, Rolu-rt L1-nz, Joy Ulml .1, lln-1.1 M.ir.l1111 203 1 , -A t - . , - -f .--- -- " ' ' gl.--v-P1 ,-11 Top row: James Kries, Chief engineer ' r- Richard Adams, Bottom row: Bert Cnrlson, Commercial manage , Prorirnni directorg Charles Loebbalca, Station manager cl' tor Robert Endres Features director, Donald Glttord, Top row: Tony Quirini, Sales :rec 7 , Record librarian, James Biba, Engineering operations supervisor d' ctor, Charlene Gabbert, Copy director, Alige Bottom row: Robert Crawford, News ire Sklenicka, IBM supervisor, Rosemary Kowalesik, Stal? artist, George Dixon, Technical supervisor Active Voice Ol The Students On Campus 5 'lill'll'N ll'l'KLll the student rzidio station lll2lIYS Oper- 'iii-il miiipll-it-lx ln the sliiilents. This is the hlth year g ' , . than WPCQI' liars serxed the students at the University ol Illinois. ln this llIllt'. the stallion has continuzilly ex- 4 - ' iowixiee ol rninpus houses and improved its 9 ' lmilltlill lls si-ixiu' ns :i rxulio slnlicm to its listeners. W PGU: The year saw many new accomplishments by coverage was extended to two sororities on campus, Al- pha Omicron and Alpha Delta Pi, and a transmitter was nut in the new Gregory Drive Halls of MRH to receive l , YVPGU programs. This extension increased the stations audience to approximately 4,500. Programs are n An engineer works WPGU Staff-Top row: Joe Thiel. Marty Minow, Joseph Felrous. ' M Donald Bruce Becker, .lim at 1 Marvin Rushing, Ray KOOPUWN' Phil Loeb, Bob Endres Third row: Bob Crawford, Slam? Ascher, John DeRell, TONY QU" rini, Donald Gifford, Ed Rem' rnert . Second row: Walter Harrison, Alan Kaur, Stewart A9005, Rebel Wexler, Howard Wolfman, E win Steiman ' Bottom row: Lori Altonslf Jaf' CY' gan, BerYl Smith, R01l'ebf" Alice Sklenicka, Rosemary 0' walesik ,V,,,!, 204 Ol'lTl- 11 I11ll 11111111 1.,.....- WPG . 1241 EUCLID WPGU broadcasts music, news 1a1e into the r11Q1'11, .1111 11f'1l.111111l'111 .1l111l'Xl'11 g111111111'1' 111110- 1 1.-11111 111 1111' 1.111 11'1111-111'1', 111111 111 5111111 11111.1111.1111'1121 11111111111'111111.'1'1111 1111111 1111111 21,1111 11111N11 111 1111111 111 111 1111' N111 1 111'1111111Q. 1X'1'C.l' 11111111'1111111'11 1'1'1111'11 --111 11111111111 111111111111111111111.1111.111111g. 1111111111111111 111111 11'1l3g111111l11 11111 11:1 111111111 111111111111'11 111 1'.lN1l'111 51.1101 111111117 '111 X1111'111.111 111I1.11111 C.1111111.111x. .1-111 11111N1'1111111111.l1l'11X 111 I1l'1XN 111x1'1'11g1'. 111' 11-11111111-, .11111 11111111111111111111.11111. .1 ' 111. 11 .11111-11111'11. l11l .111111111111111 1111114111 1111111111-111.111 .1L1111'l1 111 l11l1g1.l111 l1l1.l1l1X 11 XX1'1.1 .111'11'11111'11. 11 XX1'1.1 1111111111- .111 1'Xl1.l11111l1g 111x'1'1'11g1 11111111111-1111-111 111 11-11111- 111 1111- 5111110111 111 111 111'11, 111111114111 1111111111. 1.1..1y111- C1111Q1111-, M1111- D.111o11 1.1111111111 Borlom row R 111- Ynqur, C1111 ,",..1,.1111-11, .'.,1 . 1' 7 4. 1 l11'1.111111l'111 11111g11'111-11 LQ11'.l11X 111111 1111 Top row: M1111- S11-11.1r1, Greg Lip wk JL-111 R111-,-1 J1111 811311, Dave 5111111 1.1111-.1 1..1rk111, 1-1.11111 Law 11-1 - G1-r -'1 Rocks 511-vc Km Yhird row: L.1rr1 Cuopur, L11rryFox 11111111 51111111 H.1r1cy 11V1111f1C1C1 Sucond row: Fr.11111 S1-p1e111bL-r 1X1.11'111111I 111111111 D1ck C111-1, John S1101-11-111, G1-0111s S111111ds, Jcrr 1 1u 5010111011 .. eff- A -Q' N oar - A i s ii 1 vvaii Giiiniii, Georgia Allen, o. F. or fi f l Abmiaedviserlcihshn XlVooeci:s,mSick Eckert, Mary Schrader, Bob Coffmanlssen ar' Not in panel: Nancy Funkhouser A f nction oi the SNIB press section is sending news E LBff-- U . about students to their home towns. Here, Sharon Hoffman types a "home town release. Y i i V SNIB Prepares Ag Students for lourn Work Tech' l . , l has ii sfwiioii rliic-I in ilizirgc- ol the students working in il lliiirxiii. lls piirpose is to pnhlicife activities oi the Col- ltgt til lg .O rpiiiriii skills. lt docs this tlirongh press, radio, television, ilirinigiiipln, :incl x isnzil :iicls media. Each ol these media tlizil ziiui, SNIB activities include publishing a bi-weekly news- letter, producing radio and television programs on local stations, and sending press releases concerning notable students to home town newspapers and radio stations. SNIB staff members are supervised by their faculty ail- viser, O. F. Glissendori, and receive additional technical assistance from the Extension Editorial Oiiice of the College of Agriculture. ifiniiiiilisni is thc- main interest ol the agriculture stu- vnis WfJllfiillQ :it the Student News and lnlormation i - , ' iir lllllllL'. :incl to provide training in communi- ' 'N A fp--,X U If-A K gbijf, 'x , ii 1 1 - 1 l -1.-Yap row- ii.tii--g G,it-V... GMI, ni HV Ir P , ' . f i it i,if.,. ,,,g,,, Qmfj ' "Wa OMf"'0v, Jim Reed, Rvsie Ashwiii D' k Al - - 5 lat, l""'d 'OW W' ' ' " i- - i,.,fpC--C, .f 1, H nl V. , ' 'C mqmslf NGHCY Turner, Bonnie Duncan, Sue SUfTlP7'0nf Coen 1- A . ,.f Q .' i Hi U CY, irginia Wesoloski R . i i os! J - - Glenna ' I kinsom 2 if - -'-Pi'i-- iiifi Ki: . r ,, , A gemnd ,Dwi Cm ilicyur UCL Ecru, ,'. ggxrsd-Z:-EolibogrgggaggJphhchssendorfl edvijevnn enkins, Dennis Phar, Jim Walsh, Harmon Mouk, Joan Om Bottom vow: Em: Primer, fin giicio oiki, 'i,,,,y Jacobs' Bob Caughi Elernezpeodw Ari Zechrest, Georgia Allen Walf 9,39-Th N F kh ' 1 GYHG unier Bob Reiners J I ' I ' amy Un ouser ' 1 aCk Widholm O6 University oi grriplfs staff anc Engineering Co vention. A chz 'l'z'flii10gi'aph W national progra lege engineerin TOP row: Edward Uzg Bottom row: David Pe x1ff1f1w 1111 111 11 I1 Tec s a s Colorad l'11'11111'11111 K 1 X11 11-1111-111 X 1,1111 1 11 'I' 1 1 I1 11111111111 11 1111 I1 113' 11 Top row Botiorn ro 1111111111 51 1 ft I li -11 QUE it lo AX s , N is li , 1 '2 isis iftff - ' - A fe f .:.,, .. l 1 1 , 1 ,g age I Z vfr.,7,.,.' 'fm-4,1-'VQ4 1 I 1 , . N ' t 2 A 4? , E A ' att L,,L A ' J - to , s at-. A yy , 1 In X A sa. ,o ,,X,. 2 5 . L FLIN MARTIN, Associate ecl'to , MARK Tervipteroisl, Editor PAT C A ' ' tl l t Q Illio of 1959 This yearbook is the story of an Illini year. It is the cul- mination of many months of work, headaches, aggravation, and irustration. Each section means many nights of sleep lost, days ol classes missed, hour exams flunked, and il you look closely, you might find a few drops of sweat on each page. ln the beginning, the stall was very new, but as the end ap- proached, they were all battle weary veterans. i As the time of publication grew nearer, the days seemed to E t grow shorter, and the nights longer. The stall members stopped i PROFESSOR KENNEDY, Art adviser . talking to each other, and nerves began to crack. But finally, E KEN PAWULA, Artist l Not present, M1445 ct-1551-ER, Artist the 1959 Illia became a reality, and the book was Finally done. CHUCK TRUCKENBRODT, Sports A L HERMAN' SDOHS BETTY BLEWETT, Associate editor , f ,fa ff? , 1 PAT C Associate buf J Mt Wim it i 'ii f 44' LYNN SKEEI -14 l l i ii 208 BOB POKORIN sl M 1 'Y ,nr- ii GANT REDMON, iix rum m1rw'iQ0r Buginegg manager 1 BETTY JO HULKA, Administration JEANNINE Ri-UNE, Chicago MARY LOU BUSH, Associate editor ff! .fi i,ii " x X Y. i i i . 'w.w'11., xx i QL I ,-l l l l. . 4 l ,i l l : l i l l l ! T 1 ,l A l i KATHY ivlANNlNG, Seniors . MEG NELSON, Seniors l l l l i I RITA LEVEY, Advertising THELMA KING, Sales 1 l JOHN CLEM, Coordinations y BARBARA KEOUGH, Coordinations i XI MARYLIN DALY, Organizations VICKI FEIT, Organizations The business staff started the semester off promptly by putting on the fall registration sale. Salesmen were stationed in the Armory and in the vicinity of the book- stores to promote sales. There were concentrated sales campaigns before Thanksgiving and Christmas vaca' tions and again during the second semester registration period. The plan of sending representatives to the in- dividual houses on campus was also successful. The business staff handled the financial matters and also gave the editorial staff a hand. The book was roughly outlined by the newly selected editorial staff when the spring workshop was held at Camp Drake one May weekend. The tentative form ol the yearbook was discussed, with the main emphasis on ways of improving the IIli0's general quality. The actual work began in September. The book was put together with a final drive in March. CAROL LEONARD, Sales GINNY SMITH, Advertising ,-42' editorial m Soirgmfliz Carol Perf bara Harris, Miles H Geissrnan, MGYQSVST .A Bottom row: Genevie Carole Luehringr M5 Barre, Edwina Garner Not in panel: Susie Va Neal, Sally William Ready Freshman managers- Seventh rowg Carol Sixth row: Nancy L, Fifth row: Connie K Fourth row: Kay Je. Third row: Sue Poti Second row: Donna Bottom row: John C ..-'1""' x., So homore P Yap row M., ..-.H Bottom row 5" ' . I Snphomore business managers- Top row: Bob Fahey, Julia Gates, Gary VanWinkle, Janna Smith, Tom Sykes Second row: Arleen Malkin, June Schiemer, Susi Oehler Bottom row: Audrey Menges, Mari- anna Brown, Julie Bartolo, Janet Monier I editorial marugeu - -,.: . ll , 1,1 .. l ',' . 5' '-' ' ..'2 5 4 4 ws '31 Nay in panel i Freshman Smenvh ron l , V MW, ll Yzp ,W S-nh ron . Frfth ron Fourth fo u'. lhlfd row S-:cond rc .v Ecvom v 4 . I V ul' e ,Is ,A Y I ."' f x ,l I K, M. N, " lil V W ll r l I A 'N l 2 :-x sg: ll I t t ,ip 4 Xt Q , ig .1'+'-'+tf'.- X me A ' inflict 1 . xt: - saw? ts W ,W ig, Tw 'cswxgy f.. tiiiwsti says 3 t J C' f -. I .ti l l C it l 2 t A t U '-E TAN , X vpn Y, if , 1 H It 5 ,LLm,4 ,A f X,A: ' - V i I E -gi. it msg-,,,t ' g xX Q g gggg iiyy C ,X ---. , 5 A,,k ig,"i'. Th. X it Q V.,., is ,, 1 ' 5. 1 6 I X xkrkk ' A - t AYQWFN gm xc. Cll'i'l9i,la -- - lx C ' C 5 " ' i I Z ' l 1 MARY sn2BERT, Editor-in-chief D'CK SCHWART 'BUS'neSSma"age' 5 i C' i D I Il'll0fmS Students O News n SSUES t l JOYCE PETERS, l t i i 4 ' t ' tftalri' Breakfast for the reader wouldn't be the same il it were not lor The Daily Illini which usually manages to stir up some controversy or interest with its to-the-point editorials letters to the editor and just straight news. Staff members will always remember the time when the front page was held from the midnight deadline until 4:30 a.m. for the big Hillcrest Lumber Company and then for a second unexpected fire at the Lumber Company, not including a false alarm the same night. However, their hard work paid off, because 1957-58, The Daily Illini won first place in the writing and third place in editorial writing in the student newspaper contest. The DI also received E500 first place award in the Safety Campaign sp0I1- sored by the Lurnberman's Mutual Insurance Company. The best memories ol ill however are the Friday nigh! beer and pizza parties alter the last copy has been turned , RICH ARCHBOLD, Executive editor in for the week. A' i , I JAY wrt 1 - KEN BROUN. Ctfv editor oiistisiv Botitst, Activities editor MARGIE ivioi.iToR, Campus edifof NANCY STI , BARB Hutvti i I we I t r il W i i , t',, 0 o.xx fini' i 3 s ,HN i l in rc ' ' w G N .1 CAROLYN BABCOCK Clrculatlon manager JANICE WRIGHT Classufued manager GEORGE BOSSART Advertlslng manager 4 4 l '35 , ' v l"'1 Y--' A !A:L2'fi.f2h 35' A ,--'5 L. f "'--list 1-'Lf' ff" 'A-' "5':"v3"'5H'v'i' -vw J L A X , ,- sr s. J g a,-.. lil, l A, A - p L, i .. 4 iw f? 5s Campus Stat?-Back row: Elizabeth Higgins, Art Fitzgerald, Wade Freeman, .loan Beckman, Mike Nei? - Second row: Dan Friedman, Kay Overton, Bonnie Burns, Nancy Kohlenberger, Diana Francis, Toni Greene Front row: Margie Molitor, Campus editor Social doings, cultural events, special programs, contests-stunt show, spring event, and the extra- curricular liie on campus all fall under the jurisdic- tion of Activities Staff. YV here the academic side is concerned, the Cam- pus Staff takes over-reporting on classes, curricula, student enrollment, faculty and administrative nt- tions reflecting the relationship of students within a University community. l 4 Activities Staff--Back row: Carolyn Daily, Mark Juergensmeyer, Marina Lucco, Sharon Gorman, Chuck Kerchner, Erin Feigin l F.-... .-..,. flinnv Rnlin Activities editor , ., ..,.., W, l l i l i l Pl-i ,q ,. . :4.,,,.'-' ., ', Sports staff-TOP ' Tom FreernanMROlZ Bottom row. ar From Big Te nanients the stz coverage of eve lans inlormed. national sports attention. The City Sta cities of Chamt Dl more than With soft lea the official che- lact and generz Being a mort to bed" in the ing of a Night Signs headlines Associated Pres readers work t COPY staff-Tc Gail Solomon, Ly g?f' JOY lvlill O Rourke Bottom row: phc feld- FODY editor No' In panel: Aagaafd. Charler l"- .--1 i X N4 ax Sports staff-Top row: Bi!! Xvhite. Be-tm Lou Gross, Ed Lewis, Tom Freeman, Ron Cohen Bottom row: Mark Durchb Aulln C N, sw' ,. it . i3 X- " 3 iaia...-VA' ef- lag Sl rte. uit r o .4551 lfmiii liig li-ii ili.i1iiliifiiixI1ilix iii l'liiv l-iglii lnlll iigiiiicnu ilu- . t'uXL'l'LlgL' -il VXVIIIN in lzms iiiliiiim-tl. liiii. Illlllwlllli Simi ix Ni-ii If llllL'HllUll. iliill' f.ilX Nhlii mini iiliu ol C.ll.iiiil1.iiqiil UI IHHIK' lligiii lim .i i XX'ilil will iuui Irrlli lliu uilicigil aliuk lui Iziil :mil gvm-i.il iiiiiii iiL'illLflllll1rlIliIlQllm' if, hi-il lllliH4i.Ii1'il47 ing ul an Night lxiiil-ii. sigm Iii-:iiiiiiif-x1 .1 XX ii .Xwirizitcrl i,ll'NwXX.il1'1 Il'Iltil'ls wiiiL llii' , I. Copy staff-Top row: Gail 5f,if,mf,n, im., EQV. JOy ililiiugfy P,-,v Otlourlfe Bottom row: Ph ,f-ii-' If ,, feld, copy cdivur Not in panel: Jffirii-iii' Aagaafd, Cioziriwreff HMV ' x X .ilw ifiii1ii1.iiiii lhlslz Illini ZW ili.iii.i .mil :Iii xi,ili,,,ix1nf ilu llnl Ill XXI4i11IlXllIl Iiwillillllli 1 'inn llillxIJIlDXllil lillllN iii Niiiiliii llllllllllllltlll llIlvilHilll1'Xx xlivlk x lllx X xlnimilligillNl.l1ii1il!wlNIf 'xlifi iiiikm iiii ill ii ix iliil is 1 lmilliii 'xilwl lll till! i wi Ilia Iii I .i,i11.Ni11II. Cit staff Top row: Marv Scott, Jim Dubby, Donna Shapiro, Ron Y .- Coheri, Bill Stephans Bottom row: Ken Broun, city editor 4' is fy: if o , iq-'xx 3 N, or 3 i u N. 715 X i i i i i ii ii 1 i i i H i . 3 NY it A v f v X X 1 iw 'XRS i i i P ,l- FRANK SCHOOLEY, Chairman IPC Directs Station Situated in the basement ol lllini Hall, the lllini Pub- lishing Cloinpziny operates its own modern printing plant :intl atlininisters the student radio, YVPGU, which came under the clOl1llD2lllyiS direction this year. A variety of tonnnercgial printing lor student and University con- iiecit-tl organizations is printed on their presses along IPC Board: Paul Edgell, Prof. R. K, Mautz, Prof, Jessie Heathman, David Cade, l PAUL MCMICHAEL, General Manager WPGU, Publications Prof. with The Daily Illini and Illinois Teclmograph. A non- profit corporation, the Illini Publishing Company was chartered by the state for the purpose of printing, pub- lishing, and distributing student publications. The company operates under a board of control com- posed of lour students and four faculty members. F. E. Schooley, Larry Leiken, Dave Brown, Prof. Joe Sutton 11' 4,-, ' xs, x . f. xx 'o 216 l 5 3 52 E is LOWE PI Pho The Illini Pu' pentlent photo and the Daily year, their most tures lor the Illi the Spring sem: pictures are tak The staff is 1 photo chiefs, ar SWE-Top row: Don Bottom row: Dave Ha I q t l 2 F 4 vt K wi Q 5 E E it it DHS If y Q l W K-our P' i . s U , I NVN T GILMORE ROY HLAVACEK Night photo editors: Gerald Lewy, Jerry LOXVELL GRWFITH , f , Phcto clwrcl Assistant photo clfuefs Neelman, ,lim Yhanke Photo Stall Serves Daily Illini And lllio 'lille lllini Pulrlixliiiig C fiiiiimiix l'lu1m Null ix .iii iiulv- intliimqiu-x :ill gnxxiginm-ills lmm lmotll the lllio zmcl the pu-lull-nt plum: xt.ill ululxt lllllllllst' ix tit xt-tw llu- llluf lmt-lx' lllmf qtiul lixu-ux um lllL'lll1ll1l'C'OlT1lDl2lll1iSli1'OH1 these Linrl llu- lllllll Ill'-zz limiting ilu- l.ill xt-uu-xu-1 .tl ilu- lli'll.llllllL'lllN. llu'tl1icl'swo11lislziwuliclis Hnul on any ycznx llu-ii' uutxt iiiiiuuumi liiiu Illrll ix if ti gill ilu- pu- Imlumlwglgllmliit xulmic-tl. llc may kill ll picture O1'lD2lliC2ll1 lLll'L'sl1Jl ilu-ll!-1. Xluxt -,I llllNl'.lllls lN41lll4ll ilu- u-.ix lu llsslglllllvlll. tlic 5l2llllQ N1'l!l4'xll'l, but it ix xtill iiulutimut ili.it lllui llu- Llsslsllllll lmluwltmc'llicl'l'01tLl1C Daily Illini has the IJllllllCsQ1ll'lQllJ'll tliiiut-lluutt ilu- xi-.i1. itll, nl iiumliiigitiiig llic plumm stzill' with the ecliloriul and llu: xlgill ix st'I up uiill .t plum, iliu-l UNH .ixxixi,ii11 lmxitu-xx xignllx nl llu- lmpci. l'lC is in clinrgc ol' assign- I lJllUUlll1ll'lN,'lllllllXl'lllQlll t-iliiin l lu plum, ilnu-I tit lllvlllsllllll stvlllgllllll ll1clJin'LL1l'cs111'C taken. Staff-Top row: La r- 1 fp l-'ui Cullilj-frfri Bottom row: Diff.- Vfi "iv all' pi ' .7 ' I , , if Q 1 f. gy 2l7 l U-TXMN'xx th home game performances. The band often b orked out in detail and practiced prior to e The marching formations of the band must e w ' t ' . h l t evening on the south campus practice ground, and produces an atmosphere of anticipation. works on into t e a e Hall-Times Are Sparked By Marching lllini Long known as the finest marching, playing, and sing- ing group ol' its kind, the "Marching Illini" is composed. ol' men students ol the Concert Band, the First Regi- mental Band, and the most qualified members oi the Sec- ond Regimental Band. The marching band, directed by liverett Kisinger, has a regular marching formation and instrumentation with a total membership of over 175. 'l'lie band performs a new show at each of the five home games, along with the traditional Block I, for the pre- gante and the lamous "Marching Illini" hall-time enter- tainment. In addition to the home games, the band The polish shown in the stadium is achieved by trying-and trying 218 again. Mark Hindsley gives travels each year to an out-of-town gameg this year the Football Band trip was to Lafayette, Indiana, for the Illinois-Purdue game on November 1. john Forsyth, for his second year, portrayed Illiniwek in the traditional Indian costume. He is the thirteenth chief to represent the "Spirit of Illinois" on the gridiron as part of the band show. For the third year, senior Edmund YVilliams as drum major, led the Marching Illini onto the gridiron of Me- morial Stadium. Chiel on - the-spot corrections, f W 1' I K 'X-if ' ,, , fin 1 WM 'Hifi' 4' ,fl flyff, - ,I . 1- , lgwjn, U Z,,,?f 1, M y ra :ff ,tiff ' ,, f ,gi ff 4.1, 5 'iffff' f f -'wif V' , f fayf, I " , ""'. ' ' es .AJ c sq, -f,-gl eil' l fa 1 ,J ' F tr 'f.1Q.'ff9' :A 'z' I 5 a, ,,,, I ,JL--ii, t.,:',m1zVf f ' ,,,M,,,,a:,qZJ K s Jima , T. , KW, , if gg: 2' In if ,W M M" 1 'ff' diy I , qi t ri, 'IAQ 1? ' ,,,, ' - . ' "ff , ,ft ti ,L -I i f' ,,tg,. - 4.1-Mtwew 'W M, 1 I Kiwi f fr A 5:-ff 31 fi ,,,f,,,,,.,,:ea3 l ta.-my--f,, t, , ,V ,, P::"?'Trilr-i'W3?? '. f -f -I il A rt. ,,,, , New . , wi' rf :-ff!f74tf" L , , , f A ,Q -e M -f ,tw iw, . . ,. , , .f ,,,,. , M . The band goes throu the Marching lllini v South 80-Bl group 1 The Visiting team: fflrrnations. The 1 'NE Skill, making are n o 1 Lf- I it ,iffy ' f' 3.'5'2 -I T 1 Nfoawalffri n ,fag ' ' ,sf if-0, , t f wf 'f.- Y" , , ffwhvw , ffiff, 'f 'L"Qgi'. 1, H ,, f 4x36 , WW I i ,, ZX, f ' ' fi -, .4 if, yzygygty- X L ,f, V5 ffff f' ff i, wi? leafy f'f,'w 4, 2.4. "m,'f',l if 'V " fr 1 1533 Lf. ' I a M, ., fp' I, ' X if 3 s ggi .ff f if -L1 .- W 'hx . U' ' -4 fc , 1 125.- fiv' H1132 : ' I Nil i .J--, "' w.-1 iss . - . -"r"'.' , r.. -, :rigid-L 5, . lllin' La- 1 A' -1' .. ',.wvv2va+1 The band gocs through 'X , . - ' f - - 1 f, inc- Mime game. 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L.- ., .., -- .Q-. .1 v Y. - V -'-'V -f ' F-F g , if First Regimental Plays For ManY Events Znrl iis ear the First Regimental Band, conducted by Ev Tl y . erett Kisinger, performed at the Filth Annual Festival of .gn4..s..uL'- , EVERETT KlSl NGER, Director First Regimental Band: Alice Adams, Richard Adams, Richard Albright, Roy Andreotti, . . . . h Boyd, Michael Brainrn, Charles Braly, Cornelia Carnes, Wayne Chrlcote, Kennet Nancyiane Darling, Margaret Dempsey, Mariorie Dodd, Franklin Dooling, Earl Edwards Barry Ekman Barbara Elder, Michael Esselstrom, Sue Fehrenbacher, Gernand, Donald Grigsiby, Glen Gullakson, Mary Haterkamp, Richard Haines, cert Band Music on january l0, a formal Spring Con. l 22, a Twilight Concert on May 13, and AS. cert C Selnbly Concerts at the local high schools. Several ol the I rams are re-broadcast over the radio on station Con on Apri concert prog YV ILL. e First Regimental Band is organized as a concert Fh group with membership of approximately one hundred members. The purpose of this band is to study serious con- cert band literature, both traditional and contemporary- to perform good band music on several occasions each M n musicians after spending a year or two in the and year. a y First Regimental Band are then promoted to the Concert Band as vacancies occur. In addition to its concert activities this musical organi- zation forms the nucleus of the Marching Illini, which per- forms many varied marching stunts at all of the home loot- ball games at the University of Illinois and at several away games. The band also performs as a marching unit at sev- eral ROTC Reviews in the spring. The Band also played for the Veteran's Day service on November ll. Carl Audo, Jerry Bacchetti, Fred Baker, Robert Behnke, Arthur Bower, James Christian, Norbert Cieslewicz, Laurel Conrad, Philip Corlew, Dan Dannenfeldt, Dowell, Barbara Drahos, Ronald Durrett, Robert Dvorak, David Dyroff, Allen Barbara Fitzgerald, Karen Fredrikesen, Richard Gardner, Joe Gaylord, Norah Phyllis Hansen, David Hutson, Milton Janosky, James Jarrard, Harold Jepson, D 'd K tzi Alice Ann Lacquement Donald Lacy Ronald Larner, Kirby Johnson, Walter Justice, Bruce Keck, Richard Kesler, Larry Kinsella, James Knapp, avi un , , , Patricia Leach, William Longacre, Dennis Lory, John Lundsten, Robert Mayor, Larry McCormick, Elizabeth McHose, David Metzler, Theodore Miller, Joe Myers, Larry Neemann, Thomas Noggle, Morton Oberlander, William Olson, Peter Pappas, Donald Quest, Juanita Randall, John Randolph, Charles Ranta, Sandra Ray- burn, Charles Rhodes, Melyin Rhodes, James Riley, William Rogers, Earl Salsman, Lorna Sanders, Thomas Scannell, Margie Schaefer, Larry Schrik, Daniel Schu- man, Lonnre Schunk, Bonnie Scott, Lloyd Scott, Harry Simmons, Lewis Simon, Max Sinkler, Charles Smith, Vicki Jo Soukup, Robert Stastny, Beniamin Steinberg, ll ef TIC6' W'lllam T0rrnB, Ronald Van Mynen, Tommy Wardlovv, Ronald Weber, Arden Weiss, Sarah Whiting, Neil Wiley, Audrey Wilhelmsi Susan Tazewe , Hom , Jerry Williams, Fonda Wilson, Carol Wignfield, Sara Wold, Robert Zlotow , y',y',y yy - -.. g up y ft 2 yt t , ii -iii ii 1 t V Z f 2, li 5 A Q e iz, , a , 'J it Y, Q , I yi .4 220 The Second RCF VO is a concert Off D 1 , . Q h Klslngef CU hveiett I FC 1311165 rllVlSlO . - ike t bers in 621Cll- L my band literature r A , euc cacli Year- In conjun ond Regimental B al Concei Fleishcf- ng Wltll 6 fO1 lLS me ction W the Festiy .1 Concert in APU ' fogram. provides music for ers Dal' P game. G One of the impc Band is to supply tion of the "Mari bers of this band ball band. Alson marches at severa. bility with the F1 Section A-George Adan William Colby, James Co son, David Griftin, Larry Jones, James Kashmier, Lindstrom, Alan Lopatka, Wayne Peterson, Robert Robert Stehman, Thomas White, Jon Winston, Dar Section B-Carl Abegg, John Christie, Paul Clarl- Firebaugh, James Fry, Er Jack Jolley, Stanley Kara Barbara Meier, Joseph It Soles, Jack Schmidt, Do is N ilitisions with 4 ms Zncl Reg Plays March And Classic Tempo J The Stttontl Rt-glint-ntgtl llatntl. with it tiittiiilntii-Ship Ut 5 i ' 150, is it ttotttcctt Uliglllllllllltlll with xt gtititl lllSll'lllllL'lll1llltlll. l .1 xt .-W1-QU Ritingt-t t-tsntltttts tht' hgtntl with tht' atssistxtncc ol X , ' i 1 gttncs lflcishttt. l-tit' lgitihtx tht- gtottp is tlivitlt-tl into two K y K tli1n'tixittt:ttt'li sixtx to tint- httntltctl tnetn- bm in Ltgtclt. 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Xlsti, t-.ith xtpii tht- St-tt-ntl Rt-gitnt-ntgtl liztntl tn1ttt'ltt's1tt stwt,-intl ttiilit.tix lttnt tions. sh.tiittg this i't'sittitisi- hilitx with tht: lfitst lltgiitit-ntgtl l3.tntl. -T The bands make full use of the band room in the new building. B ' Peter Bulkeley James Carson, Tommy Clark, Lyle Clary, .5Ffl'0"l A GETS' "Ii" , in BCS-ter, Richard Brock, Norman rowntng, , t'-'ti aft' C-2 lc-,JV . -rgi flint-s Ellingg-r, Gerald Epstein, Bruce Fink, Robert Fisher, Jeftrey Foote, Mary Fries, David Garri- 5075, David Gt-'tv L "ls Lt.-.tqiltt H-zcltttrt, Larry Hodash, Fred Hubbard, Richard Huston, Virginia Hubert, Miles Hyde, Byron Jones, .larrfesrlfasttw r-sci Rolrort Koellc-r, Ryland Loets, John Leman, Leslie Lemon, Ernest Lenzi, Rita Lindemann, Paul LiVi557V5t'?', I-fan Laci' . tt.,-nw,-iii Marshall, Lnrry McCoy, Robert Miller, Arnold Naiman, Jerry Nofsinger, Jerry Ostrowski, Wattte Petersen, Pirie" .nr ts P--to, Kent Rogers, Mnrtin Schachner, Kenneth Schaefer, Robfrt Smith, Gerald Snip, Edward Snyder, SQEEVY 5'9l'tfi-". 7'1" 1 Q H tr' .ini Tlxornley, Jwnies Tira, Ronald Treadway, Dale Walsten, Robert Ward, Robert Warfield, William f1FTf:,JonL'.'r1':" - ... . Section B Car' fltw,-'ri - ' t 'i I-f . -1-t-A-t', ficnrtlcl Bart,-l, Stephen Berry, Robert Brennan, Merle Beuttel, Bruce Bueschel, Richard Childers, Jilin Chrste, Pt, C tr- '.'-', if' N,rtt-tt' L'-t.'is, Ruin Dtiosterhaos, Dennis Duttield, J mes Ellis, Robert Endres, Joseph Fe-lious, Robert Fttebaxgh, JDFEQS :ny Ecu C-f Gr tn' M'.'tl't.trn Gray, Henry l-lege-ner, Robert Heil, Dale Hicks, Gary Howe, Jean Hughes, Carole Jezek, Jac? Joiley, Snr Q, tt' 1' tr- t' - Farid L-,f.'.'is, VV.'iyn-f Mara, Marshall Marcus, Thomas McAuliffe, Carroll McGinnis, William McVinnie, Eiflibta P-'een Jzztftpt " f ---r r' t'.',, Unltd ClI,on, William Oothouse, Richard Pease, Daniel Peck, Roger Perrin, Cole Pierce, Billy Eofas, Jac? 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T li I 1 - A 1, l it the one hundred ten members of the Illinois Concert rl , ,,iA Band blend their skills in programs which are both K ' A stimulating and delightful. Twilight concerts on the ,1, , . steps of the University Auditorium enhance spring 019' . 2' 1-za... ti - 1 ll breezes and bring many appreciative listeners to the . . quadrangle area. Band directors and other music lov. ers from all parts of Illinois attend the january Fey. tival of Concert Band Music and the spring semesters Anniversary Concerts. The band also participates in the Commencement Exercises and presents the Presi. dent's Concert on Commencement eve. One of the by-products of the Band's activity is the preparation of tape recordings which are used as an educational technique to create concert conditions in rehearsals and to provide an additional tool forthe study of the Band's performance. The best of these tapes are made into long-play records for members ol the Band and lor others who appreciate good band music. These tapes add to the reservoir of tapes from MARK HWDSLEYT Director which XNILL draws its Concert Band programs. Clarinets-Gilbert Papp, Austin McDowell, James Fleisher, Warren Gedstad, Alice Robertson, Fred Koloiay, Bonita Wilson, George Knight, Clifford Nelson, Robert ' ' K ll J h Nemeth, Donald Kush, Carlyle Johnson, Eddie Allen, Smith Toulson, Henry Charles,dHIalrold Hugaep . . . t Achilles, Robert Hindsley, Marty Moore, James e y, o n Richard James, Kim Richmond, William Butler, Barbara Meyers, Joseph Goode, David Voelpel, Bass Clartnets-Joseph Rice, Richard Bayley, Orlan omes, e Flanders, property master, Judy Cotter, Contrabass Clarinets-Mark Wellek, James Zuidema, Donald Bender, String Bass-Grace Sexton, Harp-Ellen Warren, Flutes and Piccolos-John Reynolds, Barbara Cash, Francis Bowen, Judith Smith, Dorothy Hubbard, Linda Wall, Patricia Bell, Sally Zachay, Erwin Schawacker, Oboes and English HorngLowry Riggins, Carl Ellis, Kenneth Luke, Bassoons and Contrabassoon-Judson Parker, Edmund Williams, Peter Arvedson, Saxophones -'Patricia Davies, Donna Johnston, Robert Butkus, Douglas Rettig, French Horns-Jan Bach, president, Dale Traxler, Richard Cowart, Alfred Blatter, assistant librar- ian, Kathryn Dieterich, Gail Tummelson, William Douglass, Cornets-Richard Vandament, vice president, Richard Tolley, Haskell Sexton, Robert James, William Geis, Thomas Knox, copyist, Ralph Merten, John Skroder, Grant Newman, Donald Robb, Trumpets-Gerald Anderson, secretary, John O'Connor, John Stetler, Stephanie Dieterich- Trombones-Bernard Steinberg, Gerald Grose, William Gallo, Thomas Wright, Jack Hansen, Robert Lansford, Melaniusz Gienko, Frank Ham- G ld T b V l ene Hayworth Richard Rainey assistant librarian, James mond, Baritones4Jbhn Thieman, James Way, copyist, Bruce Huston, Roger Fitz era , u as- ag , , lglorgow, Aaron Johnson, John Lyon, Timpani-Ron Fink, Percussion-George Frock, Jack McKenzie, Thomas Gauger, Phyllis Younger, Danlee Mitchell, Richard .FIV El' ,,,,.,...a.. .amn-germ: 0l'Cl'IESt Lincol The seventy-sigh estra T12 Ses ul- H d s ' fiel . tear IU Sprmg . iinlors cO01'dmatmg 1 . ist-bgmms flffslgtwd ' 1 ment and quflhty not music majors at rchestr Phon Y. OTCT1 the Limo tion in the 0 ln addition tO P forks wi eceml tion with the Oratl joined forces with groups annual opc benefit Concerto Cc lails to delight car Festival of Arts ol orchest1'?l WN CZIITIPUS- A D lollow contempora that good musiciar First Violin-Marla Mt David Moskovitz, Alic Betty Zinser, Bass-E: Barbara Cash, Patricia ner, Clarinet-Gilbert Stanley Maret, Ruby ment, Gerald Andersc -Danlee Mitchell, Pe Dooling, Jack Hanson 222 i a sz I E All 0rchestra Assists at 'Pfmq Lincoln Festivities civslu Lilciiictl iiiciitlwtx ol thc Sym The scwitty- , - , phony O1'cl1csIt'11 ligitl tliu l411111111' ul ixiitticipzitiitgi in the Linmln Scstitiitcittcititigil tclclmiszitioits lwltl lltix Wulf in Spriiiglicltl, lsillrll llltilllll limls those iiiiisic iuiiiors uooitliiigitiixg their skills in the iiisciigitazitioii ol lmigtiiilts Llcsignctl L11 iatusciii ilixmxiiir-tl L-mt-I-iglm ment xintl quiilitx iniisit. f.LllJ.ll7lC xllltltltlx wliu 1111- not music in giiors Lll'L' wcliiwiiu- 111 illllllllljll l111'g1 ljljx tion in the 111'1l1cst1:1. lit Litlt liiiim to 5liL'NL'llllllQ ilittii 11i1'i1 tiiiittti-is ili- , L ni'cl1est1'g1 xrivtlgs with 1.1ii1111s 11il1L'1 11ig.1i1if11ii1111s llll cautpus. .X liCkCllll5L'l' 1111itL-it tote Qitt-ii 111 t.,HlUm tion with the l,litlllllili.ll Sniivix .llltl this siiriiig iliux S ' 'Q 'oinetl limes with l,lik'l'.l Xtkwiltsliiiti 111 iiivwiit il1.1i l gfoiipkginniigilniit-111. lfiillimiiig this mis ilit- Llllllllll mill 1 JltlllllltXtlllXkllllllllLXLl lJei1eliLL1oi11L'1't11Llnii -' .. 1 1 . - - ' f l'1ilst11ilL1l1v'l1i1q1i1.1111i 1111x11ls. lxlllllllhlllllll lll ilit' l-'e-tim lfbllltlti llllllflllllllltllx iviiitiiis .llltl 111 111-1 5 lol Xi'ls11llt'i'sllils'4it1ii1.1l1 tlt1l7llllllllX 111 l ll , . lliit fwmtl lIlLlNlll.lllN l.lll i1l.11 .itil iiiiisii .tt ll. ' 5 Xt' l1llXllltN BERNARD GOODMAN, Director 1 if-1 L TI 1'.'..1-,1-gr, Joxinne Flynn, Lois Eisner, Ann Wideroe, Donna Tredrea, John Bielenberg, 1 111 S-fccnd Violin Carol Engle, William Mullen, Susan Sterrett, Lawrence Smith, . , D Fw-:if 134311, inns: -, E-,r111,-7 Harp Stixanne DeLanev, Connie Widmerg Flute Claretta Metzger, :a':5'e C Y ,.f- C1 ,-f Ecifnnd l.'.f1ll11ims, Carl Ellis, Charles Aschbrenner, English l-lornfCharles Aschbren- F-if: C fr ,'- :ig Daze-amen, Eb C irinpt Gilbert Popp, Bass Clarinet Richard Larson, Bassoon-William Watson, -af er 1'.'J ', -4,-1 . Pd 'f Co,-.ar :L vt r1,11 D1L-iL-rich, Gail Tonwnielson, Trumpet Richard Tolley, Richard Vanda- -. 1, Gen 3 -f ., Fmtiiret tiilderbaclt, William Gallo, Tuba Valgene Hayworth, Albert Rainey, Timpani f r iliomi.. Gawgierr, Lilzrarian Valge-no Hayworth, Stage Managers--Carlyle Johnson, Pat Wm., "nf pf. U-ff . , ., .. ., 4.l.--f-N-Y Y-v- ,,,f -1 3 "kk ,I K ii HAROLD DECKER, Director European Summer Tour ls High Point Cf The Year During the past year the University ol Illinois Var- sity Men's Glee Club has further established itself as one of the top choral groups in the nation. The high- light of the year was the club's European tour during the summer of l958, part of which were the concerts at the Brussels VVorld's Fair. The l'Singing Illini" were selected by the U. S. State Department as one ol the three choral groups to represent American culture at the Fair. Under the direction of Professor Harold Decker the club presented concerts at the Interna- tional Youth Choral Festival in Charleroi, Belgiump in Freiburg and Munich, Germanyg and in Paris. The repertoire for the tour consisted of Works representing our European musical heritage and a varied pr0gTHIH of American choral music. were sent as goodwill ambassadors Here they are singing on the U. S. Pavilion steps in BruSSelS. , 1 M 'ig-2 camera-laden lll Europe. Steve Webb sings in The club made mar TOP ww: Norman May I Reinhardt, Willia Third row: Phillip Car Bachenheimer, lt Second row: Patrick Sl Wilson, Joseph Bottom row: Gene Bei . Ven. Arthur Bow No' In Panel: Erwin l ,va our ls Year f The ca iii ,ri lr, rig rw iifgfmrz I l lix iz l it il l i -l cl Ill' ' h. 'l' V - EurOp9.mera 3 en lm are app' L Satmg good bYe beiOl'e false-off fOr The weary group is checked through at Belgian CuS'fOt'nS. N M1-vii- V W - 'f' aim if, l t fe 'Y 11, , ,uf-yt, Xe. , s- , L.. .al Steve Webb sings rr, the ferr--gr :fm Cathedral, Paris, The informal part of the tour included a bull ses- Living conditions on tour were The club made mane, gzzd--.-.ill performances. sion at a sidewalk cafe in Charleroi, Belgium. the "height of comfort." TOP 'OWS lfwnir ' , rw,,p.f Grenlo, Paul Lindstrom, Ronald Page, Thomas Dolan, Ronald Grim, John Duitsman Robert Telleen John I Peirrh,3rC', 'V 1 , 'z f ,i fr, Hrlli, Cole, Lonny McClung TJ""d 'OWL Phd-f. frfw-, , , Yprrg, Rfplnurt Robinson, Lawrence Bankart, Lloyd Burling, Bruce Brenner, Robert Piper, Larry Lewis, Frank Eiihenhc 'fr-41, llzfr .'.'-fi,:,, L11 rrd Sirrpp, George Patterson, James Schertz Second row: Parr Er-:ry , , r r, , Gr,.,., rr,-rry felt,-.-fmrrn, Donald Hartter, Ron Burkey, Roger Chirpe, Stanley Eden, Peter Aikman, Willard lce, Dean Wlllif-f JUZCDF C. r,-,r , r--- Z. , B-.r:Lr:rrrr..n Bottom row: Gent, E-,ry ,jf .fe i-ity., 3 .fi Pl Lind Broadbent, Gerry Shriver, Dennis Stoller, Myron Reaman, David Neupert, John Lundsten, Charles Wol- I WU, FHL' r Ear-.':r, Jzlr P 1, -ff, Cr'-r T 'fi-r, Prclztrrd Bfryley, Anthony Petullo No' In Dafwlr Emu' f-for Cir ,f mr, , 1,-,A-rr F.rrr-Jr, Rob-:ri Johnston, Thomas Maltas, Edward Neylon, Peter Schuetz, Robert Speth, Kent Whitten 225 r l 4 l i l l r l r r i i . l ' i .exist lie" .if L, R11 -af AQ. Lv:-. uf- xt ET? R: up -wx 1 -me - aw ' t ""Af1ffH-e X -, N na, , a-f.13g',g,:z-:f::e.11'2' f"""-' " 'ri A' TTTTT T ' I ix v. ,-v...-..-ff'-" ,-, H537 Omcers: Lynd Wertheim, president' K Domke, treasurer, Joan Gutowskyf aren taryp Mary Jo Tews, vice president-I Ssecre- Eppard, tour manager ' andia The polished Peffol h l Glee Club Sings ln Several State Area C The University ol Illinois XfVomen's Glee Club, under the direction oi Russell Mathis, has achieved a status as .dd one ol' the outstanding groups on campus and in the mi XVCSII. . . . . . - ' 1 A 1 Besides participating in many on campus concer ts, tie club toured Southern Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky, and sang for the Festival of Contemporary Arts which is held semi-annually on campus. The women were hon- ored by being chosen to make a tape for radio broadcast to the armed forces in the United States and overseas, and sang via tape with other choral groups on campus over the Mutual Broadcasting System. The repertoire of the club consists of varied types ol music including spirituals, Broadway hits, and contem- porary and classical numbers. The fifty-five members which comprise the group are chosen through audition on the basis of voice quality, musical ability, and past choral experience. h b B tt B rch Carolyn Peterson, Maribeth Lutz, Carol Top row: Bernice Jones, Mary Huntley, Sue Fehrenbacher, Marge Anderson, Genevieve Glass, Sandra Sc wa , e y U , McQuilkin, Barbara Horton, Anita Atftotter, Lynd Wertheim, Claudia Joslyn, Jan Korfist, Gwen Hayes, Emily Chval, Fran Wertheim K h C l Heller Mafiha GllkefS0n MGVQGYST Dempsey Mary Tews, Una Gremmels, Carol Knosher, Mary Blenker, Donna Snyder, Sheryl Clay- Second row: Kathy ari er, aro , , , . ton, Janet Meadors, Ruth Britt, Mary Geheber, ASaIly Blair, Nancy Hurt, Marilyn Jones, Delores Maulding, Sue Knight First row: Sandra Eppard, Delena Jamison, Sue Watkins, Marlene Washington, Betty Jean Holpach, Lois Doniger, Barbara Crump, Eleda Dettore, Phyllis Peterson, Karen Dnmkei Sally Fritz, Barbara Schemmel, Betty Griftith, Joan Gutowsky, Helen Gvengres - - ft nazi Vi it l 226 University C performing ioi Convention in City, the Cont tral High Schi in Kansas Cit' Tap row: Ronald W Fourth row: Edwari Marshall, Jol Third row right: Le Second row left: L Second row right: First row left: Lynx First row right: Lyr Not in panel: Paul X Kari. seqs l"J. . KE i t l i i I i lvl, 1 -tccifiiii The polished performance given on stage requires diligent practice, Choir Sings at Music University Concert Choir this year hzicl the honor ol perlorming lor the Nlusit 'l'c-aiiliciw National .Xssociation Convention in Kansas Llity, Nlissouri. lin route to Kansas City, the Concert Llhoir sang :ii Drury College and Lien- tral High School in Springliehl, Nlissouri, :intl perl'orinetl in Kansas City. The Ulgllllllilllllll has also pt-rlorntctl lor sm, Oflitersj-top row: Bob Piper, representative at large, Maurice Jones, iunior manager, John McCauley, vice president Bottom row: Mary Morrison, secretary, Lynd Wertheim, treasurer, Lois Lee Rucker, president, Grace Habben, iunior manager Teachers Convention many campus activities and functions and lor groups in the Champaign-Urbana area. In past years the Choir has made extensive tours of Illinois, singing at high schools, conventions, and various community activities. The sixty-five members are select musicians from the entire campus and the School of Music. R b t Doe p John Leman Randolph Watson, Alf Houkom, John Reinhardt h Top row: Ronald Worstell, David Pease, Maurice Jones, Robert Piper, John Duitsman, o er p , , Fourth row: Edward Neylon, James Partridge, Robert Lawson, Kenneth Miller, Robert Kuzminski, Stephen Parish, Robert Farmer, Bruce Bueschel, Peter Aikman, Kennet Marshall, John McCauley, Robert Gronquist, Ronald Larson, Richard Bielawa Third row right: Leonard Hays, Fred Huelster, Herbert Martin, Gerald Wheeler, Barton Wolgamot Second row left: Lucretia Gayden, Joyce Loofbourrow, Judith Kramp, Maribeth Lutz, Roberta Johnson, Ruth Miller, Janet Warner ' ' ' ' 'A h D anna Davis, Ann Horton, Doris Miller, Lois Lee Rucker, Grace Habben, Judith Speed Second row right: Ruth Ann Britt, Judith Braun, Dixic Rode aver, e First row left: Lynd Wertheim, Nancy Kampmeier, Deloris Maulding, Margaret Sisk, Daphann Alsup, Marilyn Earl, Judith Roudez, Emily Fess er ' ' f ' ' h T arog, Martha Gilkerson, Carol Brown, Corinne Tabor First row right: Lynn Petke, Georgi Swartz, Not in panel: Paul Gaskins, Joan Gutowsky Judith Riemenschneider Paul Rudd, O bv fd' Janice Camp, Mary Morrison, Judit w ,-X x: Peter Schuetz V V :xl ' J fig, "!"jg: Q 'i 9 Q .Q 4., 4 ,. P X et- :mv fs-us' F "TF V J ' N. ,.,.,-.,vs-.-yu-gf Mt,ml s....w-4 1, ' ' .ff-Z N. ka- - ,-,..,,. V ,, ,,.,, H-, A ,,,,,,...,..-,.a.si -sf J-J.: .1 , ccc 227 in choral singing and good music -f-vs-xxsxvwva' -an nqggqvvrsgf, .M . T"'5'1s" . .1 . -. ,.. ... -, , . -,, - . . Largest Choral Group Has Successful Year The University Chorus, the largest choral group on wo hundred members who , represent practically every college and school on campus. Because' oi its size, the chorus was divided into two groups this year, one rehearsing on Monday night and T l ni ht In order to become a mem- caxnpus consists ol more than t the other on uest ay g . ber of this organization each person 1T1uSt audition beiore ' ' ' ' E ch the director. Auditions are held at the beginning o ea semester for those interested in joining. The Chorus entertains, educates, and promotes interest . Two concerts are pre- in its periormance ol a wide variety ol songs, The Clhrist ' en in conjunction with Men' C- i ITIHS COI'1CC1'L WZIS g1V . S ,lee Cl e Club, and the University Choir Club, Women's 1 e l m this performance were used by th e Tape recordings .ro University radio station, VVILL, and by several radio sta tions in Chicago. The combined voices oi the group gave their rendition of Hjubilo for Christmas," "As Lately We AfV2ltCl16Cl,H "Sing For joy, ' and "Brazilian Psalm! ate students in conducting use the Chorus to their directing skills. A "Messiah Sing" was con- d in which many of the other campus choral groups trticipated under the direction of the student directors, Gradu practice ducte , lllllllllsllllllllt sented annually and the group's versatility is displayed pz A n Armstrong Lorna Armstrong, Connie Asper, Frank Bachenheimer Joyce Adams, Doreve Alde, Norman Alpers, Hank Amann, Barbara Anderson, Marie Anderson, n . , I James Baker, Larry Banker, Beverly Barr, Nancy Bear, LaDonne Bender, Robert Billet, Beverly Blacksher, Juris Blukrs, Robert Blasdell, Stuart Brostotf, Bonita Brusatori Nancy Brunkow, Eyalynn Bryant, Mary Ann Bruno, Marianne Burgbacher, Linda Carl, Margaret Carter, William Chambers, Han Lrn Chen, Judith Clark, Ray Cechranl ' ' l H l 'se Coles, Sue Coiwell, Linda Connor, Ruth Cortright, Karen Crane, Linda Creamer, Delbert Dahl, Nancy Jane Darling, Malia Debels, Ann Dodd' G r Dumas, David Dust, Olympia Dyer, Joan Edmonds, Glenda Eshleman, Michael Alice Lydia Co e, e or Harriet Dolby, Joe Dowell, Debbie Dowding, Barbara Drahos, Robert Drew, Alan Drum, a y Eyster, Jack Franklin, Marilyn Fluss, Alice Gardner, Norah Gernand, Janice Geschwind, Edd Ghent, Carol Gilbert, Patricia Gleasner, Joyce Gloppe, Margaret Goodman Merle Gray, Ronald Grimm, Richard Guillemin, Roger Gusloff, Gale Haglund, Judy Hail, Evelyn Hammel, Janet Haning, Kenneth Harbison, Jan Harter, Judy Higgins Joh' Hocking, Barbara Hodan, James Holder, Douglas Hopkins, Emily Howald, Rita Hord, Elizabeth Hubbard, Virginia Hubert, Jeanne lkins, Jerry Jackson, Jane Jettlersqtil Carole Jezek, Bruce Johnson, Donna Johnston, Linda Joy, Egon Kahn, DonnaKay Kaiserman, Yvonne Kamholz, Julia Kaufman, Judith Killian, Jane Kinser, Ronald Klein' ' ' b K ll r, R land Koets, Nancy Kohner, John Kollaritsch, Fred Konrad, Gary Krauss, Martha Krumsiek, Josephine Kund, Charlotte Lenhotf Merril ' ' b t McConnel, Terrence McCormick, James MacDonald, Barbara Illlalcolm Dennis Kline, Ro ert oe e y Levine, Patricia Lindley, Marlene Litwiller, Carolyn Lorber, Judith McClaine, Joseph McClellan, Ro er Marilyn Markus, Bradley Martin, Guillemo Mayorga, Yvonne Means, Barbara Meyers, Donald Michael, Mariorie Moretz, Judith Morse, Roberta Natker, Cleo Neely Ski Nelson, Dannee Newton, Elaine Nusbaum, John Ogden, Susan Olson, Norma Onstad, Susan Packar, Betty Palmer, Barbara Paul, Judie Paris, Paralee Perkins Tom Peiergolli Robert Pfeifter, Carol Piper, Doris Pogue, Joan Popp, Paul Power, Beverly Pruitt, George Rankin, John Rea, James Rice, Warren Richardson, Vincent Rieck' Judy Rohme' Donna Rose, Lyn Rossetti, Julius Rothschild, Martha Rotter, Robin Ruth, Danna Ryan, Marylynn St. Aubin, William Schallhammer, Alan Schauer, Judith Schroeder Joall ' h b r Virginia Shive, James Slifer, Kent Smith, Mary M. Smith, Rebecca Smith, Andrea gtadlin ichusterg CharlottgdSgovrlle,lJuTdqy Seratin, Horst Seyterth, Judith S anna arge , arrret temme, trouga, omas Swanson, Keith Swenson, Paul Tenczar, Carole Tennebaum, Michael Tierney, Virgin: V lo , N V C Kay tVcxgririlek, ACltarilynWWagneg, 'g:hon1asNWaltersiNBSrbara Weiss, Marcella Wennmacaer, Anne White, Nancy White, JoyceaWt?ittlel, JdhiriyWi?llilamsJralia?rii1arll,Vlilligdtlilrllilgiii gare I rams, aro ing re , aro inters, i iam Wis, John Wissm'ler, Jo n Woltz , D th W d,J d W tt S d Y I ' i ' ' merman, Gladys Zirbel, Judith Zukerman, Betty Zinser I B em Oro Y Oo U Y ya i an ra Oung' Thomas Zimmer' Gerald Zlm' Patron Honore Engineering h of March l7t ' M H mme wht the green, U03 tern thernselvc annual St. Pat Each campt to the dance. age of and Fifteen Of Ihf views, to be "l Patl' himself, The patron top hat, whisl had the distir twelve years. The knigh' inscribed on land Forever, engineer." f s x 228 Committee-Top r Bottom row: Franl Patron Saint Of Engineers Honored At Annual Dance Engineering students all over the country celebrate the 17th of March in honor ol their patron saint, St. Patrick. At a time when inost lrislnnen are busy with wearing ol' the green, University ol' Illinois engineering students con- cern ll1CI'llS6lYCS with preparations ol. Open l-louse and the animal St. Pat's Ball. Each campus engineering activity selects two rnen prior to the dance. These inen inust have an all-university aver- and haye activities within the engineering held. age of 3.5 l the candidates are then chosen, through inter- Fifteen o views, to be "Knights ol St. Pat." 'l hey are knighted by "SL Pat" himself, in ceremonies at the I-lull' Cyinnasiuin dance. The patron saint ol' the slide rule technician appears with to hat. whiskers. and a cane. Professor LZ. Dale Crelle has ha twelye years. The knighted students kiss a Blarney stone, which has P . . e . d the distinction ol portraying leted St. Pat lor the last inscribed on it, "Erin Co Braughf' lt is Gaelic lor Ire- land Forever." hut engineers belieye it says "St, Pat was an engineer." Committee-Top row: Phil Tigar, if-:as-.mfg Punta Sgholtz, "UCC" CONCSH JIFNVCOODGY kmfl I 1 ,. ni.-i oit.1i'.f,--,nf ment-ral chairinang B ll Zim -nu-qv-mfr lg, ,314-.a A Y 2-'V-7 - ' 'Y "L '3 -'-" 4-. 1 ,.AA,,-..-.. I ' s l . X t mmattcc Top row- Arlene Sendera Will Rueter, Frank Voris, Chuck Campbell, Bud Elias, Jim lyorton, Joy Lauterborri Egiztbumwrtbifro Melinda Bresee, Bert Friedlander, betty Millan, co-chairmang Alan JaFfe, co-chairman: lcla Barte stem, k D bl' Rothholtz, Dave Baum, Ann Morgan, Joy Straka, Jef? Roskl Not in pxncl Douri Soir 5, 0 are Fran Swartz Full Week ol Fun Describes Greek Week with nn inked with activities when lraterni soioiilns ri it-n their doors to the public is Gr ties eek uk On Sunil is ilu- lrgiitwiiity and sorority ineinbers inxiliil thi n C ici-k :intl lion-Clreek lrientls to visit thein it ilu n llullst s xilit-11' :in inlkntnizil 2lllllO5lJllCliC prevai led. Hn ltiilni srl ii wen- the i-xi hzinge dinners, when Greeks ws lin' tlill k ilsii imliiilvcl mains other activities on the i sin li is the llliolxinpit g1llllt'SOll lf1'itl:ix' night ' 1 l intl thi Xll litlt, mitted eehlosi liligilile llzichelor On 1 nnpiis llit lllmlxinpic conlt-sl'inls c H onipcted in t i.. N iln llllt't"ll'l'QL'll i.ui, .intl liiilzi-lioop coiitt-sts, lln ihnloi1iitsi-.i'1i':ilwlnlcl liiicl ix night. l'.2lt'lll1rl- i ini n Il1llllQ insult' was ni girl Xk't"ll'lllQ 'i login intl ,el 1 Ll laurel ltlllllX in tilt i rlignioi wlntli was then pulled ln' two li it noun topiing :niilu-niii Kira-ek dress. The lrziter- niix slmmrllxnlllltl the winning tlixiriot receixed Ll trophy. Ten men were candidates for Mr. MEBOC, Hndfilm' d' and ivmg paigned throughout the week by serena ing S skits at sorority houses and by placing posters on CHHIPUS' They were voted on by undergraduate women, and the winner was crowned at a Greek Vlfeek jam SC girl riding in the winning chariot at IlliolyIHp1CS- ssion by me The purpose of Greek YVeek is to promote lriendlmesi - K between Greeks and campus, and between Gieeks fill the Champaign-Urbana Community, Un leadership ol Betty Millan and Alan Jaffe, the COIU-1 ' lee5'Pl1blieity, banquet and open houses, brochure, JMB session, exchange dinners, talent show, IlliolyH1plC5f fm workshops-strove to incorporate all campUS fullmmg into the variety ol events. In an attempt to acquaint an with the Greek organization, Greek Week involved Pan hlellenic and Interlraternity Councils throughout the na' tion. der the Cnlmblc mit . 1-"2 1 A ,ga-Ag -' ii V175 fi? va Q ,5 l 3' 4, i'1'.i,.st:.::t-NWEZQ 1 2 l il r 4 2 HZ ' 7' ' ' 4, '1 ' Q45 'X -ft. ' .1 , 1 rf Q "sf 1 t at xx-xx-tg-'.3f,Q 4 9 -we . . 4, x ses- t - 4 -. ms-X . r fx ., 5NxK--Nf'Yi22Si -1 . , ,, i -1 1 2 wr . 3 il .- Q 3 l Top row: Bill Sin Third row: Geor9 Second row: Bark Bottom row: Carl Nat in panel: Jol' Linda Hibl ln order grwrlr, at mc their work lall Illigre pledge clasf TOP row: Karen Bottom row: Jir ' l , l I l l l l l l l I YA H 1, 7,.....-1..wM..w Top row: Bill Simmons, Don Tonn, Greg Liptak, Tom Rowley, Jack Rarney, Fred Hoelsler Th' d w: George Bossarte, Ginny Pagels, Bill Yonan, Rita Levey, Arne Amaliksen, Carol Palmer, Dick Taie ir ro Second row: Barb Keough, Sue Burgin, Gordon Borgetr, Berty Wold, Pat Cunningham Bottom row: Carlotta Kaiser, Kathy Mueller, Joyce Bozarth, Helen Korenchan, Deirdre Linder, Pat Connor Not in panel: John Bussiager, Dick Brown, Les Simpson, Tom Fournie, Chuck Oldham, Barb Miller, Gretchen Misher, Kris Wanberg, Toni Alcott, Ted Friedman, Linda Hibbott, Al Swanson, Paul Lindstrorn llligreek ln orcler io 'iilviiuv ilu' lram-rniix sxslein. llli- Composed ol' six iricliviclual chairmen, Career 4 1 Career Conference giwlr. an monthly iii-wspgipr-i', i'i-iogiiifa-s Cru-las lor Clonlerence is responsible lor plzmumg 21 program Llieir work in cziinpiis :mil lioiisi' :icliviiir ' ol' speakers in such fields as magazine and business -s. l1x'L'rx lall 1ll1'grw'lc piilmlislic-s piriim-s ol :ill sororiiy publications, sociology, liberal zirts, ZII'lCl.PL1bl1C16lfl- pledge classes. UOHS. TOP row: Karen Van Doren, Nancy Nirdlinger A Bottom row: Jim Arnold, Dean Peclr, Lisa Goldenbcrg, Ronald Robbins, Gall Rutlenberg i iff? "if Ls,-, iff? Ky... 1, ,- -.1 ,.-Z 4.1. ill r -- -- -- '- ' ' ' f , ,,. y 4- I V i i l e' genie inane? asa g gag vs Y mae ti met 'Q W 6 ...sae fa gfiaea if e EB PAT GO RMAN, Queen Johnny Bruce a nd his orchestra added to the fun by dressing country style, leans And Calico Are Worn To Plowboy Prom Pretty girls in calico and handsome boys attired in bib overalls converged on Huff Gymnasium and had an old- lasltioned get-together. The dance with the simulated rural atmosphere and billed as "The Swinging Sweet- hearts" was sponsored by the Agriculture Council and Home Economics Clubs. Approximately seven hundred couples attended the allair which leatured the Fine music ol' lolinny Bruce and his orchestra. Plowlioy Prom was as successful as it was unusual. Old-lasliioned swings produced variety in a program that included standard dance tunes. Moving in unison to the slower tempos, some of the fellows could even be detected nibbling at the corsage of their date. There was nothing wrong with the boysg it was just that the corsages were constructed of fresh vegetables. Each boy not only pinned it on his girl, but actually assembled the corsage himself. At intermission each couple had refreshments. This snack was prepared by the girls and brought to the dance in the form of a box lunch. Before the evening came to a close, Miss Pat Gorman was crowned as queen of Plowboy Prom. typewriters bothered the staftg they were at work every afternoon of the lllio. Neither the peeling paint on the walls nor the broken The cluttered and dingy north basement of Illini Hall is the "home" -and, late at night-as the March deadline drew nearer. X X t 232 There are i' recognized or ligious found University of in at least ont These grou ation of our 1 Each of these mon interest ol them emg are aimed at industry, Son achievement only to inspir mg in this a' We call iigfgg There arg Specific quail group' The illlfbutstancli llcipation it tg Country gfytey DRGANIZATIONS . . . Honoraries . . . Crganizations 1 . . . Foundations L Pro V rn he detected e was nothing rorsages were my not only t-cl the mrsage refresliments, wrought to thc s Pat Conmn 'r the broken .Fu Jfftf. There are in total more than one-hundred different recognized organizations, honorary societies, and re- ligious foundations on our campus. Almost every University of Illinois student can claim membership in at least one of these. These groups are vitally important to the perpetu- ation of our University motto: "Learning and labor." Each of these associations is based on a specific com- mon interest or achievement of its members. Some of them emerge from a common academic held and are aimed at helping to increase familiarity with the industry. Some are founded to recognize outstanding achievement in the particular curriculum. Many seek Qnly to inspire greater fellowship among persons study- lflg in this area. These, for the most part, are what we call "organizations" There are also the honoraries. These recognize a Specific quality or attainment of the people witl iin the group. The activity honoraries are a reward for over- ?1ll.0utstanding service to the University through par- ticipation in the various extra-curricular activities. Military The general goal of these honorary societies is the furtherance of service through activities. Other honoraries are rewards for outstanding schol- arship, either in all-university study or in one par- ticular subject field. The religious foundations at the University of Il- linois are the remaining link in the chain of complete development for our students. Realizing the import- ance of religion and worship as a force guiding all men through life, they strive to inculcate this feeling in their student membership. b ' fl is a sketch of the organizations, honor- foundations of our University. Here ries y aries and religious They are available for all students and cannot be facets of our years at Illinois that service in producing men and women who have greater interest and superior knowl- en field, or who will find themselves denied as one of the perform a notable edge in their chos better adapted to intelligent living in the years ahead. Some of these groups are graphically presented on these pages. I 233 . - - ,, - ,.-: . ' .... " T Y. , M-kb,-1-.N-..,.. M,-L K ' 4.c.-L.- .I y r ,I 11 ' 2: z.. -ff! E3 '.v r 7 I , 1' 'rg tu. ,N , ll I' 1 v la 1. ' .3 I , af, I s I le. -c, X, fu AA I f x x fi" vsffkh R A xg ' derson Helen Jacobs Top row: Dorothy Stark, Carol Utkes, Nadine Covert, Emma An , , . ' ' , E I e Barnes Judith Cotter I Second row. Rosemary Schuster, Janice Gangwer, Magy .GE5:gqanPersZqe Sresidemg Corinne Epsmgnl Treasurer, Dean Mary Harrison, Sandra Ayers ' ' St be, vice president: Suzanne Wilson 1 Shbt,V Slr,secrey B Nom row Barbara C u er irgmia ere N Cl Eugenia Smith, Karen Snack, Norma ru O Not in panel: Loretta Alfonsi, Jane Lemme, Joanne eme Alpha Chron The .Xlpha tlhrons, independent sophomore woincn with 25.35 grade averages, strive to encour- :wc lurlher work in campus activities, to promote a I1 truer lricrnclsliip znnong nienibers of the lfVomen's rams which Clmup System. :incl to engage in prog will siiinulzite leadership among students. Alpha Kappa Psi This professional commerce organization strives for the advancement of business education through contacts with professional commerce personnel. Through this means, prornotio scholarship, professional ac ' vidual growth are achieved. Top row: Paul Altig, Larry Taylor, Richard Sherman, Donald Ferris, Edward Tanous Donald Doehring Walter Ginther Juel Lee John Rosko Third row: James AWeeks, James Hoftner, Arthur Callahan,-Richard Barker, Daniel Rodgers, James Phillips, Ronald lxlickel, Arthur Murray, Charles Philblao M' k Walther, Dale Traxler n of business ethics, hievernent, and indi- Second row: Morrie Much, David Peterson, Paul Pirtle Clifford Nelso F M I J Bollom 'owi Rohm' Wilcox, Thomas Smllllf WBYVVG Hwbbert, James Gariidneingfvillg OVlIlIiser:grhq, igiithlard seize Arthur Sedgwick M..-if -.Q-as-11 234 This hor senior wor records an Sports ant bership a Sports Ass Third row: Th Second row: I Larson, Not in panel: Bottom rgwg I ' M. I -4--am, ,.a.,., I 1 ,W I , Mi "'f'n .7 .. ,l z..w.,, Q I 1 , ' I I I 4 I 4 I I , iisse 1 , V 4.4.1.4-,n,m.4.wr4 ,,. 1 . if fr All it "FST 1 - div, :,4r3u,.i'- is 4.,':'-' 1. v 14.9.4 h '14-haze "5.5.,.,-si ' ' 7' A ' ., , . .-M H.- i Psi riliiti -lfllci ii ilu-iiigii 1 isfiiiiic., ,. :wc fifths ml iiiil. 5 ' -.f, 'I 1 4 . , f r I Q Top row: Frances Barnburg Second 'UWT l-lf"dl9Y CfOUCh, Ada Ross, Patricia Albee Bottom row: Sarah Wrobke Not In panel: Eleanor lnness Alpha Sigma Nu This honorary organization recognizes junior and senior women who possess above-average scholastic records and who have shown outstanding service to Sports and Dance Council. Candidates lor mem- bership are nominated by Terrapin, XVonren's Sports Association, and Orchesis. Alpha Tau Alpha Two of the aims of Alpha Tau Alpha are the training of students to become teachers who are rural leaders in their communities and the develop- ment of a professional spirit in the teaching of agri- culture. This group is a professional honorary for the agricultural education curriculum. I H ' ho t Donald Miller lee West Third row: Thomas Sorrells, Charles Thompson, Pau ein rs, I , . 4 U Second row: Dr, Lloyd Phipps, adviser, James Reed, Lawrence Duewer, David Oakes, Richard Fairgrieves, Gene. Buhrmester I I Bottom row: Vernon Brazle, first vice presidentg Wayne Pillen, treasurerp Donald Youngkm, Agriculture council representativep Dale Ruckrnan, president: Dale Larson, second vice president, Kent Durbin, secretary ' , , N00 in panel: Prof. William Witt, adviser, Albert Tuntland, Carrol Bolen, Arthur Buesking, Thomas Frey, Edward Morris, Morris Huck i ' ' i .SI QC' f? --.4 f we X seaweed 5 ui 235 Arnold Air Society Y'-'N . T ' N 1 . I ,.- - c ,- . '. if - , x S , ' f wa William Lance, Harry Carl, Warren Suzuki, Robert Bruce, Robert Pelkowski, Theodore Feineis, Robert Bloechle, Thomas Wimberly, Robert Potter, Rob- Top ro ert Novotney, Robert Stubblefield, Lance Lindeen Third row: Norman Vance, Robert Scott, John Culver, William Wydra, Robert Thompson, Ted Smith, Stephen Madden, Robert Wilde, John Seavey, LaVerne New- man, Stanley Karamanol Second row: Gary Kenworthy, Ed Seagrave, Gerald Miller, Gerald Wilklow, Dennis McCann, John Dyben, Ralph Westhoff, Alan Davidson, Robert Stephens, Monte Oberman Milivoi Tratensek William Rau Gordon Thorson, Bruce Stangeland W B d b ran en urg, Bottom row: Robert lncgram, Robert Vanderstraeten, Doriald Georgi, Ronald Miller, David Cade, Barbara Wilford, Audrey Ostrom, Mai. arner Robert Newth, Richard Buesinger, Scott Walker, Charles Finch, David Bland Oflicers-Top row: Charles Finch, Comptroller, Ronald Miller, special proiects officer, Scott Walker, operations officer, Donald Georgi, adiutant recorder, David Bland, personnel officer, Barbara Wil- ford, information services ofticer Bottom row: Mai. Warner Brandenburg, adviser, Richard Buesinger, deputy commander, Robert Newth, commander, Audrey Ostrom, sponsor 'ff Founded to honor jack Schaefer, the first University A it t T of iiiinais student to iose his life in VVorld War II, Arnold Air Society strives to provide officers of tl1C T highest quality. Formerly the organization included only advanced AFROTC cadets, this year it has ex- tended its membership to all cadets. Since its f0iJl1fl' ing in 1949 it has carried on many varied activities. Some of these are: drill team competitions, sports con- tests with other Arnold Air squadrons, a yearly dance, and displays for Engineering Open House and the "Elite Eight" basketball tournament. The jack SCl121f' fer squadron is the area command squadron for Michi- gan, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois. In total there are eleven Arnold Air squadrons IU the United States. .Eg ttq f'i A iff , ri 236 Alpha In order K wOfI1CU,5 tain H11 her first s6IT1Cf tional Ofgffmi at the Unlve Leonard, thei tea is held ff average at 3 charter meffll is given SCT Lambda Dell Sophomore ' ance pwgfal desiring HGH spring jointl' counterpart scho averai Top row: Mary 1 Ratclifte, Katherine Third row: Revo Eugenia E Polan, Mt Second row: En Carolyn lf Bottom row: Ru Sheahen, Not in panel: ! Susanne Alice lng Nancy V Alpha Lambda Delta In order to have membership in this freshman women's scholastic honor society, a student must at- tain an average of 4.5 with 1-1 hours of credit during her first semester, or 28 hours her first year. This na- tional organization of 86 active chapters was founded at the University of Illinois in 1924 by Miss hlarigr Leonard, then Dean of lllomen. A special Christmas tea is held for all freshman women who make a 4.0 average at mid-term. This year Miss XiVeston, a charter member, attended the tea. Special recognition is given senior women maintaining the Alpha Lambda Delta average throughout their college work. Sophomore "Alpha Lams" olier a scholarship assist- ance program without charge to freshman women desiring academic help. Initiation is held in the spring jointly with Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman men's counterpart of Alpha Lambda Delta. L Oflicers-Top row: .Susan .Tazewel.l, secretaryy Martha Solomon, presi dentp Lesta Elliott, vice president: Lisa Grable, assistance chair man Bottom row: Carolyn Babcock, treasurer S h b t C rol Williams Joan Edmonds Margaret LaBarre Artha Loy, Judith Higgins, Jean Top row: Mary Glenney, Janet Meadors, Edwina Garner, Barbara c u er, a , , , Ratclifte, Margaret Cunningham, Helen Jacobs, Donna Moran, Lynn Morley, Bonita Anderhub, Judith Kannmacher, Anida Miller, Linda Kannmacher, . Katherine O'Brien, Sandra Leboe, Karen Bohart, Patricia Long Third row: Revonda Archer, Barbara Cunningham, Nadine Covert, Marcia Hoffman, Sandra Goiter, Karen Person, Thelma Sterling, Sally Smith, Jane Lemme, Eugenia Smith, Mary Campbell, Jean Prachar, Janna Smith, Bevra Bice, Sharon Crowley, Leatrice Edwards, Leah Schrotberger, Sharon Gerson, Barbara Polan, Mary Geissrnan, Leora Taylor, Elissa Weaver Second row: Emma Anderson, Elizabeth Lawler, Carol Joos, Hildegard Ulbrich, Marie Anderson, Lisa Grable, Martha Solomon, Lesta Elliott, Susan Tazewell, Carolyn Daily, Carole Hirsch, Judith Moss, Alexandra Crane, l-lelen Levin Bottom row: Ruth Solomon, Hylene Stietel, Joanne Mathers, Marie Tomasic, Sharon Pucker, Rae Lesser, Elizabeth Wasson, Carla Kogan, Susan Vaughn, Patricia Sheahen, Marcia Glasgow, Claudia Florie Kogen, Cynthia Lee, June Fritsch Not in panel: Anita Aftolter, Sharon Aubrey, Moreen Alexander, Carolyn Babcock, Nancy Berman, Mary Blenker, Bette Bliss, Evelyn Brown, Joyce Bullock, Susanne Campbell, Margaret Csicvara, Linda Cordogian, Judith Delp, Carole Engle, Janice Gangwer, Merle Gordon, Frances Greenspan, Audrey Huck, ' ' h R b t Marilyn Schaus, Virginia Seiler, Flora Sick, Julie Stusrud, Frances Swartz, Carol Ufkes, Alice Ingersoll, Judith Lyman, Janet Monier, Elizabet o er s, Nancy Veach, Linda Weiss, Suzanne Wilson, Sally Zachary on if' 237 4 -e ..... .. -A - Y A vi: ' lf., I k Nelson Wakefield Robert Mautz, Cecil Moyer, Hellfried Holzer Top row: Maurice nd row' Jerri Top row: Arthur Wyatt, Harold Arnett, Hale Newcomer, Yernon Zimmerman, Robert Dic ey, . I t U, I . . I SecondFrow: Nicholas Dopuch, Kenneth Perry, Thomas Williams, Charles Grittin, Donald Skadden, BdVlSGf, VV'll'3m Thomas, Clal'9l'1C9 Avery, James Giese, Phillm giirom rowi Larry ess . . - . A . ' g rc Bottom row: Michael Fox, Arlan Willock, Rodger Callihan, treasurer, Frank Vermaat, vice president, Solomon Karnm, president, Richard Goldstlne, secretary, Not In Pane U Allan landela h D roth Huisinga William Gray Norton Bedford, Gerald Brightoni Paiiulglevenger, Charles DeLong, L k R M G Not in panel: Bernard Coda, Richard Collins, Bernard Fruc ter, o y r 1 , . ' N D d, E l D'll , H b t F b r, Horace Gray, Paul Greem, Patrick Kemp, Dorothy Luther an aze u as ay c arvey Joseph Delvlans' amy esmon Sse l avou er er ?l e 'll P I Van!-Xrsdell, Cecil Worrells, Gordon Johns, Harold Jasper, Dale Harrison I George Mead, Lloyd Morey, Ted Rabun, Robert Schlosser, Hiram Scovi , au Beta Alpha Psi By acting as a medium oi communication among professional men, instructors, and students inter- ested in accountancy, this national professional scholastic organization helps encourage its members to accept high ethical standards and service as bases lor the ziccoiititiiig prolession. Alpha Zeta Outstanding men students in agriculture selected for scholarship and activities are members of Alpha Zeta. Socially the pledges give the actives an ex- change with a home economics honorary. This group also presents an award to the scholastically outstanding freshman in agriculture. Top row: Heston Wesson, John Rehn, Robert Cassens, Richard Geschwind, Dick Snodgrass Ritch' B tt R b 1 F k R G I ighird Low: Roglanslv Weillieg adviser, John- Wilson, Raymond Moftitt, PaullMalven, James Melton,leDo5iEaTd GmdilviiloodiartairyO8,:s,ey,al2iJcFhard Fairgrieves econ row. r. aco ert, adviser, Richard Walter, Vernon Brazle, Richard Vatthauer, Lawrence Duewer, Gary Peterson Dr. Allan Mueller, adviser Bottom row: Don Pinney, secretary, Joe Helms, treasurer, David Ash, president, Dale Ruckman, vice president- Dale Helms ,John Woods , , I l 9 494 N! N81 QQ? 238 Del An hono students an lession, De interests an of field trir ulty memb Top row: Timo' mers, Cl' Third row: Den Smith, Li Second row: Ri Puchalsk Bottom row, Ja Michael SI "" 'gr 'X tif X",hr t . llii, QP ,,-af Jn N A . ,ly l Top row: Maurice Bao, James Cummins, Allen Anderson, Eugene Boros, Melvin Borg, secretary Second row: Jerry Stoneking, vice president, Robert Reuss, president, William Jones, Richard Martino neagurer Bottom row: Larry Mtttendorf, Arthur Mazzter, Robert Vanderwall, Edward Sarsha, program chairman I Not in panel: Bruce Wolff Dolphin Fraternity This national swimming fraternity, organized by E. Manley, promotes aquatic activities. One of this year's activities, Dolphin Show, entitled Bon- jour Pierre, was presented on Dads Day and Home- coming week ends. A Dolphin queen was selected at the hnal performance. Delta Delta Sigma An honorary lraternity composed ol pre-dental students and others interested in the dental pro- lession, Delta Delta Sigma coordinates scholastic interests and prolessional experience in a program of field trips. lectures, and interviews with the lac'- ulty members ol dental colleges. f 'Ft Charles Smith Henry Dieringer Edward Jenkins, Christopher Moyer, Leebert Som- Top row: Timothy Swain, Bob Aten, Lawrence Anderson, Robert P ei er, I I, t mers, Charles Bateson, Robert Hunt, Thomas Krocker, William Norsworthy, William Kemmerer, Lars Larson, LeRoy Pochman, Joseph Hpyler. Third YOW2 Dennis Anderson, Michael Londrigan, Donald Berg, Roger Maupin, Donald Margolis, Don Nelson, Dennis Carlson, Nils Fagerman, Keith Miller, Joseph Smith, Lon Rademacher, James Abell, Thomas Lorenz, Lewis Mabie, Richard Geer I x Second row: Richard Eherhardy, John Donohue, Donald Drever, Dale McDyer, Lorin Whittaker, Owen Ackerman, David Hunsaker, Lawrence Gahan, Donald Puchalski John Fix, Peter Stelton I V , , W'Il' Black, Edwin Ware, Bruce Harrison, William Turvnac, Robert Stevens, Richard Toth, Alvin Voelkner, Bottom row: James Zinser, Larry Schafer, Renard Bollier, I tam Michael Yates ew-1 . -lrfifga' ',-..-c.h1mgcAag:-info'-"-"" -' """ "" ' I ! A' I' Sh 'la P hn Florence Thompson Dorothy Light, Betty Holpuch, Diane Nasiatka, Joan Burdick, Lovie Jackson, Martha Drew, Frances Stevens, Top row: Lois Minute, ei o , , Judith Dawson, Lois Lackner , . . . , Third row: George Ross, Walter Duda, Clarence Poxon, Ann Herreid, Marilyn Huser, Joyce Tunik, Sheila Weinburg, Louise Flacks, Rhea Davis, Eleanor Kenney, ' ' ' C l Stiven, Joan Raschke, Margaret Hagan, Sarah Blacher, Kenneth Ratzer, Fred Barnes ' J A Williamson, Rosemary Stanton, Glen Glades, Joan Alice Sklenicka, Diana Rea, aroe h Il' Bl d Clyde Slocum Biuma Weiner, Charles Butler, Roberta Beck, o nn Second row: Eugene Adam, P y is e e. . Barr Donald Stanek, Virginia Bauman, Gail Newman, David Kozelka ' Q Lena Ward, Mary McDougle, Leta Maloney, Mary Wall, Jean Harding, Mary Cliiiord, Ann Pickett, Bottom rovv: Arlene Fitzgerald, Rose Kehart, Ruth Thompson, Marilyn Dunn Kappa Delta Pi Oflicers-Top row: Diane Nasiatka, recording secretary, Richard Salzer initiation chairmang Frances Stevens, corresponding secretary 1 Bottom row: Mary McDougle, treasurer, George Ross, president- Helen Fligelman, vice president ' I ,QA I.: . .F . " ,,.-, fu- .. 240 Kappa Delta Pi was founded on March 8, l9ll, when Alpha Chapter was founded at the Univer- sity of Illinois. From then until now, this honor society in education has grown until there are 222 chapters in 45 states. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstand- ing student contributions to education. To tl1iS end, it invites to membership such persons as CX- hibit commendable personal qualities, worthy edu- cational ideals, and high scholarship. It endeav0TS to-maintain a high degree of professional fellow- ship among its members and to quicken profes- sional growth by honoring achievement in educa- tional work. Besides honoring scholarship lnilhe 5 various Ithaspfe' sented a list of distinguished speakers in educati0I1 and presents an annual award to the outstandmg undergraduate in the field. field of education, Alpha chapter sponsor educational events on campus each year. To rect rnents of in know rights, pr founded 1 bership, is restric and adva academic ing the r semester Gamma achieverr civic aft groupg 1 student. Top row: Donald Third row: Kennet Second row: Oscar president Bottom row: Robe l I Chl Gamma Iota "sa:-es S'e.'5r5' - err WMS, ' YA G aces J:sw L" F' :lem Nlatt lt 5. lllll. E .tt the I unet- nlw.-., this llflllljl' 'l :il lltvtt' A1621 'll Kappa Delta ntl, lIllL'llUlllLll, tyllllft' Ullisllillllt .tzzflzr lfl lim lt lwlswllw Il' ex' 5,-,N 11-,fllllll edu' Et, It 1-ndcaY0Y5 I 1 y-sxltJll.ll lclloul titty lsl'll llliolesi .sunt-nr in ctluca' .tsltltt inthe ,rrllsrrls Xill'lUU5 if- tt ll lilo lffe' :V in l'rlnig1Ll0ll U. ,Mtstpllllllng To recognize and encourage scholastic achieve- ments of returning servicemen and to assist them in knowing their Government and University rights, privileges and duties, Chi Gamma Iota was founded at the University ol Illinois in 19417. Mem- bership, which numbers sixty in Alpha Chapter, is restricted to armed lorces personnel, veterans, and advanced R.O.T.C. students maintaining a 4.0 academic average. Meetings are held monthly dur- ing the school vear, and a banquet is given each semester to 'welcome initiates to the chapter. Chi Gamma Iota sponsors three awards lor outstanding achievement in scholarship, and in campus and civic activities. Two are given to members of the groupg the third goes to an advanced R.O.T.C. student. Oflicers-Top row: Robert Eustice, William Beutier, Jack Puariea Bottom row: John Cain, Gilbert Nicoll A st on national secretary-treasurerp Michael Cochran, Roy Post Top row: Donald Hufiaker Robert Anderson Royal Cox, Donald Nage, George Borg, MYYOD fm Y Q, 5 Third row: Kenneth Hartz, Robert Taylor, Charles l-leathman, Ferman Sims, Dale Smith, Wilbert PnchIer,VT-homas Gallagher, James Sjhrqade'-1, Kinneth Kaptben Second rovlrg Oscar Dodson, adviser: Dr. Leslie Bryan, adviserg Robert Eustice, Gilbert Nicoll, John Cain, William Beutler, Jack Puariea, o n utc lnson, na Iona pres: e t n R S eckman, Donald Johnson Bottom row: Robert Groemling, John Blakslee, Howard Crombie, ay p is S ff l - f f- A . fx, l l l l l ? l i Q Q , , 5 l l l l 4 ?.j'i J ea--' l gg.. X Q' s 0 V7 sas' S l i l -,. 'F-""r aan- 'yew-ver l LJ i . '. ' 'f-Kth'Kd'ht Top row- Virginia Davis rush chairman, Dora Lee, secretaryg Dr. James Mullen, advlsensiusart gizssgtan, DI'9SlCleV1 , 6 eflne en 919 I YEBSUTSI' Bottom row: Louise Schultz, Judith Dickinson, reporter, Mary Ehrlicher, vice presldenfi HVOVW Not in panel: Marylin Daly, Barbara Ropers, Mary Fitzgerald, Arlene Brumllk Gamma Alpha Chi Gargoyle Society Women with interest in advertising journalism or design are members ol Gamma Alpha Chi. An eventlul day for the group was the field trip to one ol' Chicago's largest advertising agencies. This year Illinois was well represented at the national "GAX" convention at Indiana University. Gargoyle Society is an honorary organization with membership restricted to students in archi- tecture demonstrating excellence in scholarship, character and architectural ability. Gargoyles pur- pose is to advance the profession of architecture and promote an interchange ol ideas. Top row: Paul Helmle, Louis Narcisi, Phillip Gold, Ronald Piotrowski, Donald Engelhard, Thomas Umhoefer, Larry Ray, Gerald Exline, Tom Bartuska, Kenneth lnada 599005 YOWE Joao Ef"9llS, RiCl16Yf-l 5Cl1W6FZ, TVQBSUVGVI Philip LOCaShlo, presidentg Prof. Alan Laing, Prof. Edmund Toth Donald Courteau, vice president, Joan Chapin, secretary, Thomas Green ' Bottom row: William Davis, James Dierkes, Valdmar Heitur, .lack Olsen, Leonard Peterson, Scott Seaton, Fred Moyer ll Y 7 ZW f Z ,e Z l t 1 4: i 5 A l 7 .23 l 2. 5 if , QQ Y l l l t l . 4. s .--aw X Top row: Elsine Bottom row: Mar' Not in panel: Do As a nat: group work music appre ol scholarsh challenge tc TOP row: Keith Third row: Jon Second row: Da' Bottom row: Ge t'-V .fav Y " L V, , , ffm'- K L 1 W , l l r -.4 i 5- ir V . T : Elsine Holmes, Nancy Williams, Elizabeth M H , D Af ' k A ' ' V ii M- A A Bgzorgvtiowi Marianne Ivey, Lois Donigerl Nancy Knofhegse eanna ric , nn Wideroe, Lois Elsner, Claretta Metzger, Barbara Kilburn Not in panel: Donna Tredrea, Nancy Anvari, Carolyn Anderson, Geraldine Guren, Helen Mutschler, adviser ,, ,mymm As a national music sorority, this prolessional This national honorary pre-medical fraternity en- , H mm group works for the advancement ol music and courages high scholarship by having high member- U- 'MW music appreciation in .sXmerica. The high standards ship standards and by presenting an award to an ol scholarship, nnisicizinsliip, and charzuter are a outstanding sophomore pre-medical student. To i Q' - pul- liiff. init' ,-gigs'-'-J "'. 'ul 1 1'g challenge to all women music' students. acquaint members with their future profession, the group sponsors medical lectures and movies. Top row: Keith McCloskey, David Morovvitz, Robert Long, William Bogard, Allen Devleschovvard, Robert Metzger, Frank Cipriano . Third row: Jon Sandberg, Alan Morris, Robert Doepp, Frederick Brightbill, Norman Silverstein, William Rogers, David Magnus, James McGunnigal Second row: David Sattem, Burdett Dunbar, Sharon Spaulding, Horst Konrad, William Carlock, Carl Gals Bottom row: Gerald Vermeulen, Harvey Whitfield, Mary Glenney, Nancy Wertheim, Jan Gray, James BFOWH 2f,1Q,4ff " 3' ',v - -n.' ,,. vo-nusoxvi :.4.34 :n ,.g,-- ' ,xsaiggsiiiiggsgif iframe: J x ax ll, l,- I,.,i.i.Lf-v.p--- ' I ' I s R ,es f cr- . 4: A c' .V iff- v -,M . FJ .ft -, ,. .4 . , 5 .1 fn f 4, . . -NI' f Top row: Kenneth Kopecky, Beryl Mell, Warren Brunton, Donald Singletary, Earl Montgomery, Robert Reichard, Fred Olin, David Huxsoll, Edward Dick, Louis Top roygin510YSfeiQ Third riulaclklemhigiikiprseonlyn Murphy, Robert Blakely, Robert Young, Robert Bratthauar, Philip Zand, Robert Price, William Britz, Bruce Hansen, Jim Stephens, Bottom row: Bruc Secondfciljli Dggildiogchamper, Philip Watson, Bytord Wood, Max HUQl'le5f LGROY E'lCk5O"lf Lawrence Friedman' Lawrence Roder' Carol Lang' John Hom' Marvin Bottomcxvrviivhlelly Lee, Donald Ferlicka, treasurer, David Mackay, secretary, David Rash, vice pf6SlClef1Ti DV- -l05ePl'l Alberts. faCUllY adviser? Kennelh Allefaf Pf9Sl- dent, Roger Litz, Donald Feldman, Regina Kohl, Stephanie Koelllng, Richard Splra - Pl Omega Tau Sigma Opportunity to analytically survey the veterinary profession is a provision ol this fraternity. It en- courages and fosters the development of well- roundecl ethical veterinarians. Also, imparted to its members is a desire to zealously serve the varied needs of our animal kingdom. Pershing Rifles In March, 1958, this society was host at its l0tlt annual drill meet, the largest in the country. ln this meet, the Illinois team won one of the three di- visions, the FM 22-5. The group also held a bivouac in October and provided color guards for athletic events and memorial ceremonies. Top row: David Isaacson, Richard lllyes, Wayne Ault, John Lesak, Richard McCormick, Gene Smith, Richard Lunde , I , Fifth row: Robert Dunbar, Ernest Useman, Charles Scott, John Stewart, Ronald Mickelson, Lewis Jones, William Adair, Lawrence Residori, James Florrelch, William Tygett Fourth row- John Buley Randolph Nichols, Richard Vanderlinden, Stephen Wilk, Kenneth Smith, James Adell, Paul Koster, John Duff, Daniel Gill, Lloyd Lehn I G ll h C l T uist, John DeReu, Guenter Bruckmann, Richard Jack- Third row: 'George Gathman, Kenneth Kozy, Frederick Wettering, George Moy, Michae , a ag er, ar urnq son, Horst Hamann A Second row: John Geisinger, John Leidenheimer, Philip Kellogg, Lawrence Marlewski, Roger Banning, Richard Goddard, Leo Coplea, Carter Brantner, Nell John- son, Eugene Snyders Bottom row: Capt. James Smith, adviser, Capt. L. Livingston, adviser, Lt. Col. D. R. McClelland, adviser, Mary Braun, sponsor, Edgar Madsen, Capt. R. Cham- berlin, adviser, Lyman Wilmot, William Bradley 244 He Men who the Army, T lanx memh knowledge paredness t joy dances TOP row: Gordc Bottom row: Cl Not in panel: S f f J A J 'ii Sfellhen ll! ll -lnlll Ill l lp' C 4 . -3'O Dick, Louis - 'Y Marvlr 'L '9fG, presi- les li ist .it its llltli ln' three di r inntrx. ln ll liixouar or githletlr Top row: Boyce McWard,. Gerald Moody, John Hawkins, Edward Parrish, Ronald Loerger, Michael Maguire, Edwin Snow, John Sweefnam, Charles Bliss, Ben- iamin Dreidel, David Lipson Bottom row: Bruce Jewell, Richard Jamison, Edwin Walker, Virginia Hommel, sponsor, Capt. Carrol Wilson, Thomas Hofmann, Albert Linden, Harry Simmons Phalanx Military ' Phi Alpha Mu Honorary Society Men who are in the R.O.T.C. advanced corps ol the Army, Navy, and Air Force are eligible lor Pha- lanx membership. Not only do these men attain knowledge concerning inilitury tactics and a pre- paredness to deliend the country. but they also en- joy dances and an annual May picnic. Conceived by the Scholarship Committee of In- terfraternity Council, this scholastic honorary group, the newest on our campus, boasts member- ship of only those junior and senior students who are members of national social fraternities and who have maintained grade averages of 4.5. TOP row: Gordon Johns, William Corley, Ralph Magin, Charles Zartman, John Clark, Richard Adams Bottom row: Charles V-lolven, treasurer, Gene Fox, vice president, Robert Harmon, president ' Not In panel: Stuart Goodman, John Hudson, George Edgell, Paul Bowman, Richard Collins, Richard Schaeffer XL, LI QQ.-1-11 , Don Bienfang, secretary aww. 245 f ,l . ,- .. aw- T lvl, Phi Eta Sigma YI' :aiu Z, ,1'. '- i Jorge Abaddenis, Robert Armstrong, George Albin, David Ambrose, Jerome Bacchetti, Douglas Baullng, Cnaries necneiei, Aloe.. -..gn .... ,.--., .,, I I v ham, Robert Boehle, Vernon Brazle, Richard Brown, Dale Burton, Charles Campbell, Donald Carlson, Myron Carpenter, Lloyd Chase, Frand Chen, Frank Cipriano, T Clark, Harvey Coustan, Donald Cullen, Randall Dagis, George Daughters, Donald Doherty, Thomas Dolan, Raymond Duewer, Dennis Duffield, Elmer ' ' ' ' b Robert Frame, Donald Friedman, Bruce Fryman, Roger Gallup, ommy Eckert, Eugene Elzy, Erwin Epstein, Carl Faust, Robert Ferguson, John Fine, Dennis Fine erg, Donald Gibbs, Robert Gorsich, Richard Grant, Ronald Hakman, Paul Halac, Jack Halcom, Dennis Hall, Kenneth Harbison, Donald Hartter, Albert Heitmann, Lars ' Ph'll' Hess, John Hill, David Hoftman, Don Hollingsworth, Gerald Holloway, Wesley Hosken, Robert Howe, William Johnson, Michael Kaplan, Frank ' ' ' ' ' Ch l Lewis, Elmer Lewis, Ronald Link, .Barry Henriksen, I up Kaspar, Vance Kepley, Raymond Koopman, Mitchell Krieger, Bill Langford, John Larson, William Lawrence, ar es Lippa, Phillip Loeb, Dale Lytton, William Magnuson, Steven Mengler, Robert Metzger, Frank Miles, Forest Muir, James Muirhead, Thomas Murley, Michael Murphy, Sidney Murray, John Ohslund, Robert Parker, Jerry Parola, Earl Parrish, John Parrish, Ronald Parsons, Richard Petrowich, Delbert Post, Nahum Rand, Richard Reynertson, Herbert Riedemann, Roberto Roldan, John Rutger, Bela Sandor, Anthony Schaeiifer, W. Achmeal, John Scott, Daniel Sigband, Gordon Sissing, John Smith, Sherman Spira, Jerry Stafford, James Stein, Robert Switzer, John Tascher, Robert Taylor, Everett Thomas, Paul Tingleft, Warren Trester, Walwyn P l T r Kenneth Waight William Waterman Robert Watson John Werner, Frederick Wettering, Harvey Whitneld, Jack Widholm, Trezise, Thomas Tromblee, au yne , , , , Eugene Wilkinson, Jerry Williams, Charles Wiswall, Louis Wozniak, Gary Wright, John Yeager Officers-Top row: Carl Faust, vice president, Robert Parker, treasurer Bottom row: Earl Parrish, historian, Ronald Link, president, Daniel Sig- band, secretary I L In 1923, Alpha chapter of Phi Eta Sigma WHS 7 founded at the University of Illinois to encouragfi I and reward high scholarship in freshman mell- Each man earning a 4.5 grade average during h1S first semester or year is eligible for membership IU , l26 new Phi Eta T romote sclwl- this honorary fraternity. In 1958 Sigmas were initiated at Illinois. o p 21rShip, the Thomas Arkle Clark Award is given f yfiflrly to the sophomore member with the hlghesl average and a rushing smoker is held to honqf freshmen with a 4.0 mid-term average. TherC1S also a banquet with Alpha Lambda Delta- 246 Top row: Euge Second row: B Bottom row: J Not in panel: Officers: Cha president John Net arawffiwxm 'sta immune lmlwfwg 'FS'-'2"u'23 lllhill Q-tin: 'nil insulin: 3.12-lil tg. .. 53 ELI. -1 Il ' Z., I v 5, ,Jw f 7 ,, f r733Vf6Wn.r Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia i fi will Xi Z? 'af' ,-... I arm :e'mng- :W C Siam, 'Te :, Emir Cali ::e' up, :fra Lars : en, Frank cm EEN' r , i'.' :reel 5' " Paid ' S ss nc, gina was 1irIJLll'L1g5 it lnnzin men. , , t'ui'ingl115 in iiilwlslllli in ,I 'Hip sill ', gittjll ,lil l ilif' lllfllcll 1 ,,, liffllflli l llf'l'f' 1' -xx- Top row: Eugene Yinling, John Nemeth, Richard Vandament, Seth Flanders Carlyle Johnson Jan Bach Charl s Aschb ascend 'owi Bemafd Slelnbefg, John McCauley, John Brahms, Norbert Ceislewicz, Ron Woistell, Artliur Bovifer, Micligglnelgsselstrom Nogfqm r0w:l'JrI:ilenh Firrantello, George Sanders, George Frock, Gerald Gross, Francis Bowen, Kirby Johnson, Edmund Williams o in pane. i iam Gets, Maurice Jones, James Kelly, George Henkel, Kenneth Marshall, Gilbert Papp, Ralph Pahlow, James Vobornik, Kenneth Bonnem Officers:'Charles Aschbrenner, corresponding secretary, Jan Bach, vice Df6SICl6nT: George Frock, historian, Edmund Williams, president, John Nemeth, treasurerg Bernard Steinberg, recording secretary V t, 1 s ug if . V3 ,Y ,- is , K -1 i - , I, Rin, ,ww .Au The 1958 Province Convention, held in Urbana last November, highlighted the year's activities for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. A national professional music fraternity founded in 1898 and numbering 155 chapters, its goals are to advance the cause of niusic in America and to promote welfare and brotherhood of music students. One feature of its work is the biennial composition contest sponsored by Alpha Xi chapter. The University of Illinois group presents student recitals, faculty lectures and radio programs. Each year it gives a scholarship to a promising freshman music student. 247 An honorary fraternity for professional men in gr . -, . 's-"f'7'f:. l lr .ll lil 'lll l iii ill f ' l li' J ll ill ,tl lil l 'l lll I lt lftll i, 'il in ll l :-s--- .- ,- 'ww-'ff fi' -se ef' -'n i r na, . W... ,. ,..-,, T w: M'chael Maguire, David Geist, Robert Gilburg, Herbert Lund I , . Fillihniowz John Herrmann, Vernon Brazle, Paul Hofman, treasurer, ,Nicholas Derrough, Gerald Miner, SEJBYT Feslfier Secrerar . James Cannon Fourth row: Ronald Koerner, John Means, Robert Schmidt, Larry Leiken, Albert Lorenz, Kent Kee IUQM SWE' ja ES Shgjmg Third row: George Utz, Richard Barker, William Davis, James Lytle, Thomas Wiles, Robert Allen, Ronahnt Ortrgmari, TFHB J W H B G b I l Second row: Henry Lang, David Lipson, David Boling, Roger Kensil, Walter Herbst, Charles Wirth, Wi iam avenpor , ruce e e , arry reen urg, Virgil Reed h'll' s onsor, Ritchie Barnett, president, Joseph Miller, vice president, Roger Jeffers, John Rosko, Charles Bottom row: Mai. Foster Hetzel, adviser, Margaret P I ips, p Philblad, Anthony Danosky Phi Chi Eta l J l l i Members ol this Quartermaster Military Fra- ternity attend meetings once a month to which speakers ol' military status are invited. This fra- ternity, a national organization founded at the University ol Illinois in 1947, provides fellowship among Quartermaster Advanced Corps Cadets. Phi Delta Kappa education, Phi Delta Kappa aims to promote pub- lic education as essential to a democracy through its ideals of research, service, and leadership. Members are elected for previous service and promise of further achievements in education. T D n r ram chairman Robert Fracker, corresponding secretarY OH' -To row: Charles Allen, faculty adviser, Charles Martin, newsletter chairman, erry en y, p Og . ' ' ' ' ' b K historian Bo icers p nom row: Theodore Renick, vice president, Earl Patton, president, Charles Warwick, publications chairman Ro ert ane 1 , , ,....1-l -,,,.41" 248 l . ,V Tqp YOWZ Wim X2 Leamlrtgf s Second row: RON Bottom row: Edv Not in panel: Ja Harold Ke Sterling, E Ph Unique i ternity for education c its activitie ards and ic Top row: Patrlr Breece, Third row: Jul derlf, JU Second row: C Bottom row: A Not in panel: 'ef ,.-5 5 r i r . ...ii r- 5 2 E Sf. 4 V' ,, , E A ll-V 5 ag 1 l 1 E .NX g it ,l 33 23 Y 'fed-TJVS'-, Virgil QOSJYC. Charleg incn in fititotc pub- tln fiuglt f itlflsllllj. tlX lt C .lllll lin ttiftn. -gi!-275W 'z 6,1 , l X, 4- fr Leaming, Seymour Lerner Top row: Wim Van Beaumont, Joseph Fisher, Robert McKinnon, Harry Valentine, Prof. Chester Jackson, Richard Drees, Paul Dreger, Donald Nlemeier Thomas Second row: Ronald Fusco, Ronald Spamer, James Cvik, Stephen Molaro, George Niva, Herbert Tellfors, Cedric Dempsey adviser Bottom row: Edward Gombos, treasurer, Albert Campbell, president, Thomas Breen, vice president I Not in panel: James Skinner, Sell Wesley, Edmund Bernauer, Dr. Thomas Cureton, Maxwell Garret, John Greenleaf, Dr. Alfred Hubbard, Warren Huffman, Dr. Harold Kenney, Ashbury Moore, Robert Ntcolette, Timothy Nugent, Richard Pohndorf, Fred Roby, Don Sammons, David Stacey, Dr. Seward Staley, LeRoy Phi Epsilon Kappa Unique in being the only national prolessional lra- ternity lor men who are inztioring in health. physical education or recreation. Phi lipsilon Kappa, through its activities strives to elevate the prolessiottal stand- ards and ideals ol' its members. Phi Upsilon Omicron Founded in 1909, Phi Upsilon Omicron is a pro- lessional home economics fraternity with membership based on scholarship, professional attitudes, leader- ship and service in home economics. Members carry on various professional projects every year. Top row: Patricia Move, Bobette Northcutt, Jane Anderson, Linda Hale, Mariorie Swanson, Janet Beard, Mary Rafferty, Susan Kahl, Mary Lou Doyle, Barbara I Breece, Sylvia Wineland, Nancy Herman U . H. I d . Third row: Julia Zink, Savilla Anderson, Janet Rutherford, vice president, Eleanor Masters, recording secretary, Mary Lou Pate, adviser, Phy is Foy , prest- dent: Judith Fahnstrom, Mary Ann Inwood, treasurer, Sandra Rayburn . Second row: Carolyn Peterson, Alicia Laible, Kathryn Manning, Elizabeth Kindle, Nancy Funkhouser, Suzanne Jeflrte Bottorn row: Mary Schrader, Helen Culkin, Janice Tullock, Gloria Krashen, Carol Robison, Barbara Albright Not in panel: Joann Gish, Kay Asay, Mary Jane Babler, Elaine Danley, Marion Stuenkel, corresponding secretary, A, az , U . 4 t 1 s, Elsie Robison, Joan Rose Nancy Swain, Lois Voelpel, Marian Vreeland 'av wr 3" - -- ---.-r99-'5--w - - --- ,... '. ' ' , The international honorary and professional fraternity in the field of management, Sigma Iota Epsilon, was lounded at the University of Illinois ' ' and in l927 to recognize outstanding students L practitioners in management. It has now spiead throughout the country and has eight chapters. lunior standing in any college, a 4.0 average, and ment are the require- an active interest in manage ments lor student membership. Honorary mem- o reward outstanding contribu- bers are chosen t t' 'n field Each semester the tions in the prac ICI g . , Managers' Key, containing articles by prominent businessmen and scholars regarding management hed by one principles and techniques, is publis ol' the chapters and sent to all members. On campus, Sigma Iota lipsilon's major function is l na ement held here lor to bring leaders in tie ma g speeches and discussions concerning some perti- nent topic. Sigma lota Epsilon l Top row: Lester Barnes, Richard Dubberke M ' N . Second row: Walter Guyer, Cliff d N I I awm ewpon' Dawg Carter, Joseph Miller I ' . . Bonom ww: Robert Allen' Claregge Sifniplkniicgagezwlggggwxznholicgrrif Sfrrglgigg. G en GoodWixlnPrll??kATjrIiQi1lglglmsjgifiiigchard Starmann, Sherwood Huneryager . l 250 0. .6 LU" 'lt,' .,,. 2, , L iii? If Y . f , i 3 , ,y,, 2 -I .rcy f 2 'gf ff ,.,,f ' I ' l 2 N Y. f jif fy . , i 2 , 5 fl . KR f if , , , llff la- LZ Top row: Jeronie I Third row: David Second row: Car Bottom row: Bobb Harold Decke their regular r 2 S ii , , 04,47 2 Top row Jerome Mockenhaupt Ralph Bunting, James DePauw, Richard Martin, Robert Medrow, Richard Lee, Robert Nikolai, Roger Nichols, George Kuhlman Third row David Ahner Norman McCormick, David Wade, Donald Lindholm, Sherril Glover, Donald Bianchetta, Arne Mayala, Steve Wutzke, Richard Parrnelee Second row Carl Bodenschatz Frank Wright, Ding Wa Maran, Robert Storkman, Daniel Czernik, Thomas Steskal, Gilbert Wedekind, James Bayne, faculty adviser Bottom row Bobby Scheller Daniel Lenkaitis, Dean Walling, Roger Kimber, David Carlson, Burton Holaday Pi Tau Sigma lfouncled in 1915, Pi Tau Sigma is an honorary scliolastic l'rate1'nity in mechanical engineering that lunctions to stimulate high ideals, standards, and interests hy coordinating departmental activities. AX "Know Your Faculty" program incorporates social meetings, howling and softball contests. Harold Decker directs the Varsity lVien's Glee Club in one of Two foreign students BPPQSV to enl0Y the American hospllallly In I shown them in the Illini Union. 'ei W Q A -2-it f i 1 ill. lop mu '. 'rt-roof! vow tht.. fygtiorn :qw Noi in put Olttou Top now iv- at-fvr'.vf Satond ron ir, . . v- ttf-:ri in Soqru-lr-st, Hallam :ou -'-- -r' L'f2 if ' ., ' , , 'remain-r r 'YQ av x '5- J Pi 3' rd E L, F, if , i . , t , V D t Aft.. ff-: v 1. s - is AA - r , . . . ,, .,., pt-mt, Q ,mt Betty Wenz, Barbara Evers, Nancy Anderson, Olympia Dyer, Ruth Klotz, Jane Russell, Phyllu i ' ' i, '. r., l A r' ., . , t i ., K, Earl us' Htrvr sip'lxgtxmlwvdogcittanrl Sonia Peterson, Aliceanne Hoff, Roberta Abell, Patricia Wall, Janet fun' MO I Valerie Vogel, Charlotte Gallati, Sara Bockwinkel, Sheila McGrath, i , , , ,,, 'g..i,., ,,i, Ct 41,--,Lv Silly Lnngxhanr, Susan Rypsta , t s C' . "umm-t Sprebc Diane Teeter A l K lla, Georgia Lurte 'VL' it., N 'illsIii-4:ilCl.A.sr?ea, TvrryiCOhn, MNY YB Terrapin ,Xn honorary swimming flttb, Terrztpin pru- motes ztqtizttic prohcieney zmd stimulates interest by combining lun zmd splashing lrolic in an annual progrann designed to exhibit the skill ol its mem' bers :md the merits ol' the sport. All women stu' dents ure eligible to join the orgzmizzttion :ind membership is gained on the basis of swimming skill determined in at tryout. liztch year is high- lighted by the Inter-house Swimming Meet, UIC lligh School Clinic, :md the Mothers Day Willff Show. The High School Clinic aids those ltl stlltiuls in lllinois that desire to improve swinnning progrznns. .X nlatrztthon swim, il swim, amd zt lorm swim :ire the events that the Inter-house Swimming Meet. A clever. ol nrtlnl mermttiditr exercises are perl'ormCl anmuztl Nlothers ljlly XVzttcr Show :ts the . til thc- swimmers :ire synchronized to IIHISIC t-nhzmced by unusual lighting elfefts. wotnen :ire :awarded msh prizes front T etltttzitiotml ltmd in order to further the ol tht' 'l'err:tpin Club. l A This engint .tt the Univer .tl st-rx'it'e to 6 ol the lAl'1llCl'll minments Ol the interests tonr:ige11lCl1l Int- the engm Xlvmbershi tgitteerittg Stl! .mls ol' schol tt'tngnili0lt C l':ttt ollers Il l ,lost-grzitltizttc The lllinc lished in 191 ttpporttntity tontzirts :md lop row: Al Timme Socond row: Bollom row: Not in panel: ' I ne Russell, Phyllis Wall, Janet Emil -3', Sheila McGrath, fcrrapin pro- ilqitcs interest in an annual Sigma Tau This engineering honorary was founded in 1904 at the University of Nebraska with the desire to be of service to engineering education. The objectives of the fraternity are recognition of the personal at- tainments of engineering students, promotion of the interests of the engineering college, and en- couragement of fellowship among students training for the engineering profession. Membership is made up of junior and senior en- gineering students who meet the required stand- ards of scholarship, leadership, and character. In recognition of a student's outstanding work, Sigma Tau offers a fellowship which can be used to finance post-graduate study at a recognized university. The Illinois chapter of Sigma Tau was estab- lished in 1914, and since its founding has offered an opportunity for the development of professional contacts and friendships. l i l Officers: Orville Miller, historiany William Johnston, treasurerg Hubert Grush, vice presidenty Tommy Bell, secretaryp Richard Sievers, Pyramid correspondent: Charles Zartman, president cek, Alwin Sorensen, Philip Geheber, Henry ll ol its meme ll XWJIDCI1 SIU' TOP Hwy: Allen Lewis, Darryl Albright, Charles Strom, Thomas Walker, Norman McCormick, ROQQY PYGTT, ROY Hlava , A I d Tlmmer, Kenneth Easley, Richard Nordsieck I , , tllllllllfjli AU S9C0l1d row: Tommy Bell, Richard Sievers, Dr. Robert Bohl, Charles Zartman, William Johnston, Hubert Grush, Orville Miller 4 ' Bottom row: Richard Jackson, Henry Pao, Raymond Pittman, Roger Harrison, Jack Coleman, Alfred Hendron, John Gray, Harry Sauerweln .,l swiinming will' is lilgll' rig Nleet, llle if lifii Water s i ils iliose liigli iiiipioic tlien 1-.i1i1. 11 speecl ills iligii, inarl X 1lr'xt'l .llldl lmiiivil in ll1C :,.. mf,-ifqiiicrllt i, lllllwlf and f,I'jIflllill-C , t 5 ,rin lf1l"l'm i ilif- i1iICl'C'ii Y ... , yt-.fp-qnnqqufix ,lm , M 1? r - -' "A ' i ,X f' 1 t 2 Y I N ' 3 f 2 L ii, I1 S L 2 lg I 1 i , 2 I , l 1 X1 i FTA -,ffl any ,. I , W 'ni I .Y sf I fair' i 'if' N t s c 7 5 - -3 l X t N , .J hm 'Oi V ' I I my 1 'U Y M I Y, 1. ,Fl ' 'pk 4:.',,W.9:,i ',,, ,TSHSCLiagpbgttgggzglbliagber, Wilbur Starkey, Marvin Scott, Robert O'R0Uyk'l HN! n SHUnd:,'oL-.IJ . , -if., , l. E"il',N" :v"'l344.-Iwi,limi!! Ghrald Silverman, Martin Wyant, Franklin Smith, John Penn, Melvin gzgoxjwgwi ju MHGm,'o-, r ' -t Pg tttf S -tttt E .'--.t rtx, Raymond VanNatta, Warren Mould, Harold Mace, Michael Whalen, hvillvgm Bonomscjzwlvttfilx i U it . ' t- . ccandtr, Richard Adams, George Calamaras, Thomas Jones, Richard Archbold, Richard No' in pmol: l Hn' an panel - ' L 'lil l .. K- 1 t-., Cl trlit-. Lotrlplml-.J Tl Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Gamma Tau ,lll . . , . . . I ti' wmtw' - . twcittvrlmir memlmcrs ol this society. wlutli l E llt' Illini-i-t-li.ittlii-rlNl1git1,illt'll.iC.ltl,lul1ttrlctl Xll I I . . , . ' . . . Num :nt s ,t. l"l ,' tit-,wifi , lll .i Ir!-iQl.tlll til 1tlttImNmtt.ll :tt lltl' llulltltx Ollwlillltllltq CIIQIIICCFIIIQ SLlltlCltlS. St't'lL lu XI I . , ' K .' . vm wrs 1 -. t.. .it!i,tn.t il.. lntllIll.tlIwllt t.rtttrtt-it'tttt- ul tix Irma-1' tltt- ltiqltcst stztntlzircls ol Clllltill :mtl prolcs k. . . .' . . X nut ' Ill U ' ntl.. 1. It !,nl.l.tltt X I tht' .nmii.tl lnnnin wmnzil ln':1c'ticcs:i1tcl toc'1'C:itcztsp11'1tol Imuiltvaiml Xl l . ll , . . ' '. .i tix mai ttf 5- it-1 1, xt.-.iw-it :lit t.i itlii-in lrtintiivtp gnul lL'llOWNllllJ.IJ2ll'lll'lll2ll'la'2llIl0I1gll10SC who :irc tntcr- pit-.tn-.ti W ltr,-lttt l'tlIllI.lllSlll xi,iiul.mlN. t-stccl in zicronziuticztl engineering. Top vow: Frau' Schradt Second row: I N Radi-rn, hot" 'O' ' P N F? :--'t Fturwl ar, Harry Sauurwcin Bottom row: ulitm: 1 -. . . . , t ,, l l' i' . , No' ln P0"0l5 ' ' ' ' 'S ' ' " "K '- ""'- l'-"1t"'. V-'W U':t:l1Cltl4:, James Martin, Donald Chenowcth, Alan Culver, Fred Mari-HH. lonug, Johns 9.1-H1-l F rf , X i Q 1l r IW -r J ll , ,MN li l l , , W Q? i :ll . ll' ll V ill ljitl l at lil l l 1 l all ,,, ll! l Robert O'R0U,keI "0 Penn, Melvin Whalen, William Arcbbold, Richard Tau it iety, which rms. seek to :incl profes- l lrnaltv and ht, are inter- rr Fred Nlarilkiflr Top row: Helen Semanczuk, Edelgard Eicholz, Nancy Swain, Linnea Pearson, Vernalie Moberg, Mary Mohrman, Arlene Brumlik Diane Croll Second row: Judy Hedger, Karen VanDoren, Betty Wold, vice president, Marilyn Pleasant, treasurer, Margaret Moots president' Prof Joe Sutton tacult s on Sgr, Phyllis Voy, secretary ' ' ' ' Y p ' Bottom row: Linda Craig, Cynthia Browne, Virginia Bolin, Mrs. Jan Phillips, alumnae sponsor, Jeannine Rhine, Virginia Temple Not in panel: Barbara Ropers, Mary Seibert, Marylin Daly . X cash? g Theta Sigma Phi, national professional honorary Skull and Crescent, choosing its members from . . . . . . . . ii for women Journalists, seeks to raise Journalism the twenty-five oldest lraternrties on campus, honors , standards and inspire greater individual effort. sophomore men with high achievement in scholar- Members are chosen lor high scholarship and for ship and activities. The Skull and Crescent Pa- work in journalism. Pi chapter sponsors the annual jama Race in the fall and a formal dinner dance Matrix banquet and several related projects. in the spring are some of its activities. T l Top row: Frank Hann, Lawrence Kuzela, Dave Gantt, Larry Lessen, Jeftery Roski, Ronald Peterson, Charles Didrickson, John Hynes, Robert Armstrong, John I! l Schrader, Edward Daly, Walter Bergfield, David Abrahamson, Emil Squeteri A I , , ll-l Second row: James Kaminski, Donald Kendeigh, William Carson, treasurer, Robert Reuter, secretary, Carl Faust, president, Alan Buckles, vice president, David ,li r 1 Rademacher, Alexandre Jankowski I , , it ' Bottom row: David Voelpel, Rodney Sherman, Eugene Schmitt, Timothy Swain, David Ambrose, Leo Casteleln, Roger Groth, Frederick Roecker . l , , Not in panel: Eugene Abraham, Robert Andrews, James Arnold, James Beckmann, Herbert Crane, Rudolph Dorner, Thad i-larshbarger, David Hutchison, Robbie H li I Jones, Thomas Keeter, Robert Lenz, David McKee, David Middlemas, Paul Montgomery, Wayne Pearson, Raymond Patton, Harold Roos, William Sawte , ,E , , John Schelkopf, James Zinser li r l ' ilu? 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Q 1-Yxnplf-lr!-mfwlml ilu-x111l1Nlxl Xl. l , 5 . i Officers: Joan Greenberg, president- Mae Mnrto, secretar - J d N I president: Lorna Klorf1ne, treagurer Y' U Y Enhvh 1 1 ' Q Y . . S l'AI ' A E lop row: Willi Q ggj VU ,Ha pf 'Q Third row: Wa 2' f1g,'43' N f Second row: P' ' Bottom row: .lr gf' Nor in panol: W ,- M Ex .. . St: my Qr I,-5 g 1 I ,B ,. ,, , :gf ,ip gg, My 1 I ' ng Y ' " w ' ' fl- ' E ' ? " " ' M , X , ' ' 1 1 fr 3 1 1, ,, E , A if . j , A . ,rif- 1 4 ' li a V .A . 'WX' , gr ' f' 1 4 ' .3 xl - Q- . fr . r K 1 . ow r 4 K - ' ,- -. V . A f Y' , , , lun-Ygp sw ' 1 A -M1 ' ' v Q 'F Q Q 1 r T7 9 at arms: , A Q E A .rj . If Q it J ' ,X BoMo'm row: ' ' NO' In panel: 5 r 4 ' . Z L 2 2 f .. if g , .Hg i ig 3 Ysgsjh ,yi Q 1 C :',. 33:1 'J - , ' 1- - 1. , 4 9 'll 1 3 r ft li I r I 4.. 5 A x J V 'N L.. L L ,,. i lindru. IW' Y V 'fin vo- -Q -vs, 5, ' ' ' " '3 ' 5"'A'a Arm-ri i Curl 1 " ' ' , . ' ' l- 'J in Frarwig, g.. .5 1 Q i U'--rd rg- 1 . A ,M q :H 'r""ll1""fJ, rims-qs., pain. 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This honorary for sophomores from twenty mem- ber fraternities also participates in High School Circus and jointly sponsors a coffee hour with Shi- Ai. Members are selected from the freshman classes of the fraternities every year for their scholarship, fraternal spirit and potential as campus leaders in extra-curricular activities. This group was founded at the University of Illinois to promote inter-frater- nity fellowship, raise freshman scholarship, encour- a e participation in activities, and perpetuate the 3 traditions of the University. 257 -...4,.,..-A... -- 1 1 1 . ll1111.lI11lxX'1x IN 1111' 1111111111111 i11111'111'111111111 111, . . l 11 Q l1l1l111I1.l1X N111 11 1' 11'1111'1111111'. l1s1111'111111'1x1111111mm ' 1111 111 1111111111-11111111 1111's111111111 1111-11 11'111111-1111111m . mc , . . . . - 1. 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The organization requires Pledges to meet intellectual standards which are tested l l through bi-annual examinations and character references obtained from faculty. This year the lraternity erected fl replica of their fraternal pin on a shrub-riinined patio west of the Civil Engineering building. l Officers-Top row: Evan Buck, vice president, Kermit Heid, president, ll Darryl Albright, recording secretary, Harry Sauerwein, cataloger H Bottom row: Jack Krumwiede, treasurer, William Hall, adviser, Thomas l Hartley, adviser, Wendell Miller, adviser, Charles Wolven, cor- responding secretary i Tau Beta P' l E i l li l l l i l l l l l , , - p I , John Elson, James DePauw, Urville Nllller, William Top 'owi J0SerJh Hafele, HarrY BrolJerQ, Thomas Hartley, Wllllam Beuller' Ralpl Bummgl Rlclllallcl alma lie 1 - Id P l B R b t lf Fo th lollllmon' Bruce Byclal' Allen Lewlsl lamils VlTlaTcellEadl Eioviselli Payne BarrY Kee-Dke, Norman McCormick, Charles Hall, Phillip Gou , au owman, o er U' 'DWI James L a h, W'll" Hull, Howar B 960 f all ' Shl Karni , . . - Th' d Poesclllel' Roggllcpyallll lllllllrllam l-lanleyl Rlchaid AlqrelllkleilioSdilrilglesieeicrflelfaiiisldlfarryllnxlbri9ht, recording secretary, Kermit Held, president, John Krumwiede, E I' row: John Cl , M k T1 l t , Charles WO Ven, Cones ' . . 1' treasurerg Prsill Elljiy Pgglnile svrllliam McClurg, Michael Haynesh George Edgell, Roger Harrison, Richard Lee, Roger Kigiber, John McWhirter second 'owl Nome Wlllslwf John Sclmeldel' James Hanley' Elm KOC I L en Frank Thompson, Vernon Mueller, James Gerar o l Bollom '0W: James Young, Allen Ormsbee, adviseri Ffed MQW" Robert Mc ar ' l l 259 l i -Ari-. Y- ,ar :A . A--- -1 N 4-.5 '-' 'ii-""" LWTTWTI x. 1 , 5 Q f is 1 - ru ' 1 I ' I I f-1:1 as 2 3 is 1955? 'UM H IQ' i: 'iii f-.""" ' ww- 1 1 .s n 4 I 1r'x '. Cl an, Roy Buckner, Lawrence Miller, Richard ., Laltd William Blake, Thomas om lop row - . Q 'r J li- Frank, Jr, fy , H Id mg! , , f, Girish Jurry Rsinbolt, Kent Francis, John Doe, Howard Cochran, Darrell Gieseking, Mm it .i ' f ' f M . it-'i '-l--mir , , , 5,,,.,,d ,QQ , V . iirifiyliii Carl Bioriiann, Capt. Robert Decker, Air-Force representative: Nancy Klrcher, sponsor, Copy , . , 9. fl, i ri rl i,-li, Rrlwnrd Lindeman, William Huffman, Jimmie Furno , il-',,. ,Q,.,ri ','. ',.r J ii.-1 Lglfn-.-J James Sharp, David Wilson, Richard Oilila, Joseph Klieber .,,,,. Scabbard and Blade Hi ini ril - xi ii iii Ni ililmiil inil l3i.uii' ni r.. 4, , I N A-i l ., 5, - NJN ' ill'-If'-ll 'inllllllilirliliuisli.il1rill.iiiX its ltllll i i . 4 HX IN , lillllllf iiiiiil il' iii liilllllilils lil Xllll'lll.lll llllllll " ir r , X . 1 i il ini' iiiiii iii lin iiiisiiili IlllHllLQ l.ltiil !liilllIN ' N1-inln it iii iii-isiiiliiiinrl1l.inilluuiiisiillilluill 'Oil lil inilus "iv Uii-.lilll1ill3lIlNlli .iii ix Sigma Alpha Iota Woincn music inzijors with high sciholzilsltip and niusirzil zilxility are eligible lor Sigma Alpha Iolzi nictnlacrsliip. These women present musical pru- granns :incl rziclio and television series. In 2lllliiliOll. ilie group sponsors tlic Mz1cDowcll Colony for Crc' gilivc .Xrlisls in Peterlmorouglt, New Hampshire. l D' ' R d h r, Shirley Myers, Karen Smnlri 'Ol' 'O' f' ' -'H li'-l-all'-1 C-.-.ifiniolyn Hayuz, T :anne Wilson, Emily Chva , ixie o e ave Th-rd ro- ' H I i.f'ini.1 il-ll, vinyl- Wrgndell, Patricia Davies, Mary Morrison ':4"l:"'d 'U' ' ' ' "-f' 1'-lf, intl'--wi Barnes, Barbara Williams, Margaret Dempsey, Kathryn Corbin " O"',,'0" A ' ' ""ff!""" 5' -"mf COl'd'r, COfff:So0r1ding secretary, Mary Rockstad, president, Lynd Wertheim, "CNW-""1 -" ' -' '-v'- ,-wilrn lnimrd, chaplain No' in panel A r i , i , r im W i fs V I ,. L , M A 31 D , 1 . ff, ,, ,- .rw W- N . -5 . ., ' ' 3 " ' ,J ' ' ' N' rf f , 1. U I 1 , -yf- 1- . - ,3 y ' A vs- : X H ' l 1 Q, I 1 t a . i 1 it . in Q V ,' 1 2- ' K- 1 A' 'Y , , g , i Y I ..- 3, , I C7 , af' If ' 1 - . A .4 -4- ' ' , Q t -4 1 f , 1.1 ce r , i . ' 2 K I, 41,4 4 .,, , l I ' AD ... . 1 M4 I i V lr A I K 1 I i 5 top row: Josei Pollack Second row: G Clcveian Bottom row: .lr lzxprll 1 ROTC sl liniiorziry ininplislic tlirongli ilxiss zissoi Top row: Jef Bolrom row: No! in pnnql i i , Richard HQ. Mark ,org Capt- ,ip and ia Iota al pro- ldition, or Cre- tire. ,ren Smith treasurer l r 1 l Top row: Joseph Schoe 5 it WH 13. r nauer, Donald Doherty, William Larson, Gerald Langkammerer, William Lewis, Anthony McCarthy James Loblaw Allan Tatum Frank Pollack ll d Smith Peter Philhower James Albright Richard Alexander James Williamson, vice president, Cmdr. James Mason adviser- Edward Second row: Gay oy ' , , , , d dent, Lon Rademacher, Stephen Groves, Loren Sanders, treasurer Clevelan , presl d A t n Thomas Gabbard, Thomas Freeman, Harry Simmons, Norman Smith Bottom row: John Brinker, Leonar ren se , Trident Esprit de Corps among junior and senior Navy ROTC students is the aim of Trident, the Navy honorary society. This group of midshipmen ac- complishes its purpose of promoting fellowship through forums, informal discussions and out-of- class associations with its Unit faculty members. P ffigia McKinney Margaret Heino, Elaine Stein, Maxine Boug Zeta Phi Eta The women of this national professional speech arts fraternity encourage various speech enterprises on the University campus and aid speech students after they have graduated. The group provides a fellowship for a graduate speech student and takes an active part in International Fair. hner, Mae Mirto To ro :J ' d ' f f p W earl Draegert' Bethanyanne Pmnell' Frances Johnson' a Vlselj' g ia Hollenbach, Adlon Dohme, Joanne Rotter Bottom row: Mary Lou Bush, Carol Swanson, Terryl Lash, Sue Bandy, irgln Not in panel: Patricia Freehill, Nancy Hurt, Diana Kramp 1, , l i . All 4 '. 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Young Democrats Sf'lC'1lC'll as 1116 11111s1:1111li11g Young D6111111'1'z11s 1611111 111 Illinois 111 1958, thc 111111111 11ll1'1's 1116 s111116111s :111 111111111'11111i1y 111 121116 132111 in 1Jl'2'lCIlC2'll politics by l11'111gi11g 111111111111 1161's1111:1li1i1-s 111 1116 1'z11111111s 111111 111'6s6111ing programs concern- 11111 1:11111111s issues 111111 1111li1ics al all l6v6ls. terson, Harold Greenhill, Fred Stark, Edward Top vow 1411111-111 Such-1 ru-aaorcr Earl P11151-1 Ph,l,p Sargcm james Andre 5 1 . - ' - 1 H 1 . , M lt A 5 du Mi. Fldwd pmdchlv Joseph Tucker, Rav Kohcn w on ou on, rnold Permanf John Pe non vow ,nmml K1bl116, 1011116 Wuizlaeirn, James DeMunno Gerald Winnick bl' 't 1 . ' - ' ' Bc' 11,131,111-S11rc1I11': Cmdm Kwnmh Boyle' George Lackey' Anna Wall 1 DU ICI y secre ary, Constantine Pelekoudas, presidentg Richard Hutchison, sec I ' 1. 1 'A 1 1 1 ' ' ' 4 . Novi:ngzxoldiflgrf51112111dJS:1'yh:40d:1i':1,xffJfJ':1f:1J'1fld'111Scg1111111c1r1ch, Judith Bayer, Gail Hecht, Margaret Simak, Lois Pelekoudas, Amy Butler, Arnold Naiman fmfifs 11111.-.11 u01l.11,1 g,,,,,,1,1' f,,'H,11 Edfcf 510 O".H9He"be'91 W'll!5m,Beaf1. Lee Harvey, Daniel Hoseman, William Alfeld, Samuel Bradshaw. ls fr. ff 1. i ','11111s NWIO1 'G1-11ldFnu'Gl11ll1?L0 lWl'1m'Ilm1n La" MEVNU1 519616, exegutive secretaryg Robert Snetsinger, William Obriecht, Ralph Bell, . 1 oync 161-ff-y, Donna Weiss, Romer Funk, Elizabeth Anderson, Mark Wellek, James Norvell, Danlee R b t Frank, Albert Moll, "' R "v'. 1- 1 . V 1'.'.1!c116ll, P11111 f'..1n.1-11411, 1351-1 B, 1 ' ' 1 I ' . , , A in.-1 5,.,,,,,,1 101m HMM' L 'con' 0U'S 5l0Cl1U. JOHN Hawley, Irwin Frazin, William Clark, Peter Collins, William Cooper, 0 ef f Gr 1 I 1 .J 1 --- .1 , 1 1 . 1 V-7 i 262 f ' - 1' 2, f' 1: 1 , ff 1,1 , :ga S 11 Top row: Richar- Sczond row: Lai Barium row: Dr. Ag '1'l16 sex' s1-111' :is ll tl11' Collcg 111-111111111111 111 11l'ClCl' 11 sil1lc 111111' 109 row: Pau Third row: Jo Second row: 1 Bottom row: 11,-"2" H111 1,1 ,WW I ark, Edward :hison, sec- Nlaiman Bradshaw, Ralph Beal, fell, Danlee Xlbert Moll, d W lters Floyd Roberts David Ash Donald Miller, Robert Coftman Top row: Richar a ' , I I , Second row: Larry Lewis, Don Smith, -Max Olson, 'Donald Youngkin, John Gesell, Finis Schultz, Lyle Martin d n, adviser, John Wilson, treasurerp Ritchie Barnett, secretary, DaIe'Helms, president- Walter Griffith reporters John Woods Bottom row: Dr. Ernest An erso Agricultural Council The seventeen members of Agricultural Council serve as the governing and representative body for the College of Agriculture. Its purpose is the co- ordination of worthwhile activities in this college in order that the students may gain as much as pos- sible from their years at Illinois. Agriculture Economics Club The Agriculture Economics Club maintains a series of programs for university students designed to promote interest and understanding of current problems in the Held of agricultural economics. An informal student-faculty barbecue held every fall opens the year's activities of the group. TOP row: Paul Shuman, Maurice Leman, Kenneth Sauers, John Erisman, Bobby Fry, Lovell'Green Third row: John Norris, Raymond Moftitt, Ronald Kollman, Robert Greive, Richard Geschwmd, Terence Jacobs ' ' ' ' Duewer, Max Shobe, James Adams Second row' Stephen Tha Franklin Boyer Phlllp Deal, John Williamson, Lawrence Bottom row: Carl Clayton, Joseph Steiskal, Ritchie Barnett, James Melton s i t l s . i iaoeoeovr a-,J 'if . fi i 5a'Q"ff def If " ii, i O ,.,, -f ' 1 F4-l ii ii 7 .'il,-:xr 3' is N :- C -v-4' xuvl it ii 1 ' . .N Q, Q X 4 ,, 'Q 4, ' K ,, , .gpm h l Th on, Dale Rockman, Kent Durbin, Donald Hobbs A P l l I l Hmllllcn Niels' C M Cs omlhs t Richard Fairgrieves Wayne Pullen, Lee West lop row .?"l. 1221. .l-.'Yf,,.n:-Y..i nazi- g!ii:.'L'MMlwI" EMA Gems Buhrmcsmrl paul Hein orsv 1 ll"'d 'O' ' ,',, , V' ' A' , 7, uw, ik- in N,.,,i QQ-.Kin-ii Vernon Brazle, Donald Coordes, Allen McCowan, Donald Hoffman, Donald Farr rzfmd 'Z' M v '. , p 5 lil, p',..i, .,.f,f.iv-,H David Oakes lrcasurerg James Reed, president, Donald Miller, Bert Frungcr, lhonm oom,,,l ,, ,...i , ' 'ff 1 1 rx ' ' College men who are or have been members ol l ln-xiiivil in .iiiling .inil vin1nii.n,gil1g slinlenls in , iln ,igiiiiilliiii 1'ill1i,lll11ll lu-lil, iiii-inlmr-is nl ilu- the Boy Scouts ol. AIHCIJCL1 make up .Xlplm lllll ggi.-nil sliixr' li-i gn-.ini .nliirwr-iiii-iii in mllr-gr' so Onicgzi. Serving students and Communiry and pm- ilif- -- ill he-in-i hr- .ililv lu svixr- in ilu- lllllllL'. viding lellowslnp for its members me its objeclnes. lk F lr S I b John D'erf, Don Smith, Richard Snyder, Jerry Williams, Lloyd Al lop ro- i- 'wi w '-' 'il . lls. fi Al-Elfvq P.'nr.'in Lipo 5 y, ran OD cm er, I 1 ' l" 11 lv! 9' ' ' 1' Z .'-' J' '12, F' rlinrd Din-',!urlmUg 50"0"' 'Q' "" l V" "1 ' 'Y "' """vf l'l 'WD lifl-W, Dfwldvnlz Andrew Urban, Ken Gunii, treasurer, James Loblaw Nou in panel ..--ffl .-I ff' w v X -' is l- iw- F., -bl if , .l lMH,.:m"!' Gould LQWYI James Reid' Stanley Rmhbardt Nl 'J 1 'L' 1 5 - .Q Q 'T' a 5 Q, .. , ' , fav 1 " f' , Q. . K L- 1' 'J V I nj .- me J 1 ., 1 K " , " X 1 i 1 1' ' L l f f- :l ,. , I V Y 1 I3 . v u Q I '1 4 4 Q , 1 ' ' i 1 l V , Z A i ' ' - F f. 1 ,. . N sa. r,,1 .' ',-' A an 264 Top raw: Marti Third row: Jan Antonso Second row: l' adviser Bonom row! C Ame lfurlliei ny is the rain lioun liclnl mp: rlcnl mel xincl il stu Top row: Ric son, i Alvah Third row: V Achen Second row: dola, Bollom row: Bruce VT EWR' l J. ,ffg ,, 1 1 l Y , I fi ef, Thomas nbers of oha Phi md pro- ljectives. Lloyd Am- "Wi ' L 757725 Yifffma fffwg: 9912? 23 f f imzdl , ,M , 1 44 ,, Tap row: Martin Gravit, Robert Kraiewski, John Larson, Jon Kimberlin, Charles Armstrong, William Biallas Third row: James Leach, adviser, Alvaro lnfante, Robert Gaston, Robert Screen, Lloyd Wilson, Ronald Zung, Richard Drane, Jack Albert Abraham Murra John Antonson ' ' Second gow: Hall Virgil, Thomas Church, Thomas Arzt, Donald Sager, Dan McVicker, Glenn Pagliano, George Chubb, James Morr, Alan Troxel, Charles Phipps, a viser Bottom row: Gerald Jones, secretary, Richard Bolin, chairman, Joseph Strode, vice chairman American Institute 0f Architects Founded in 1857, this professional organization for students in architecture provides a forum for student discussion and establishes direct Contact be- tween students and practicing architects by spon- soring lectures by architects who report important developments in the field. American Founclrymen's Society Furthering student interest in the foundry indus- try is the purpose of the 200 members of the Ameri- can Foundrymen's Society. Group activities include field trips to visit foundries, a program to help stu- dent members obtain summer jobs in foundries, and a student-industry night in spring. Top row: Richard Swibold, Hiroshi Abe, Eleanor Ober, Jacqueline Jones, Thomas Katsuyama, Norman lshikawa, Roy Yamachi, Richard Westergren, Bruce Harri- son, Anthony Tantillo, Philip Locashio, Algimantas Tamasauskas, Donald Fore, Gerald Grethen, Russell Keune, Charles Kelly, Walter Keller, Ezra Dweck, l Alvah Breitweiser, treasurer, Nickolas Livingston ---far 1' """' 'lf l"1"'B'1l"T'll' ff' fa L" W llafw' "' I ""-"" 'fl' lhud WW? WBYne Andrews, Harold Fritsorg, Harold Miller, Irvin Schafer, David Lawson, Donald Gronert, Lee Jensen, Ronald Koerner, William Shaw, Jon Von- Achen, Conrad Arnolts, Larry Aull, Warren Edminster, Phillip Perry, Roger Grulke . n Second row: Robert Paynter, president, Julian White, Pengcheng Sun, Robert Kolany, John Nekolny, Stephen Murphy, Roger Shanks, Ted Quintas, Mario Lamen- dola, Edward Hall, James Clarage, Donald Picken, Ray Weisenburger, Frederick Miles, adviser F d N 'I M. h el Rosen, Arthur Schwartz' Bottom row: Harold Schatz, Thomas Hurnes, Richard Radel, Arthur Shaft, Gerald Orr, Tom Book, Donald Johanson, re ei son, rc a Bruce Kelly, Allen Jew, Evan Lloyd Y if " if l ' l L 1 r Y fi if' 'rf 'i ' L, ' Lira . , 4 My X Q i Q X rf 5 rf . I IX.. 'ill ill: li .N Iviln I llIIl gin I I I lui Iii I'IllIlIIIIIll Nlllllflll l1i.lriiIi 'il Ilia xlllLllI.IlI I illlll 'II ll1iIlli.ll l ,J - lift I ll mimi ix lNIIllNlIlIll I I .1 .J iwiiiirlx mil llixlllim ul N l I I ' ' ' ' x 'fl lfnllllllllll ll I I ills- Iiiliihiii :ml lllxlx limi :li 51 l'il N llill iml 'ii I ii llllt lm IJ ii Il lliiim Ll 1 l ' A Off' rs-Top row: Darrell Gieseking, engineering council ygplcwnla- ice James Delaney, AIEE corresponding secretary Second row: Kenneth Reznicek, engineering council rcprescnmw, William Hartley, secretary, Kermit Heid, chairman: Lewis Hp.- vice chairman, John Kennedy, Treasurer Bottom row- Jerome Williams, adviser, Paul Schwarzlose, adviser Not in panel: Ralph Kraus., IRE corresponding secretary Ol St I-Ing mg ning :irc by ' IICCI moi cicl thc zifli livi 4.-.P Top von , ', . 1, ' J f . Solo-A lon : - f I, V ' .4 , , .I 'r ' ' " A' """f, lrr-rg:-nfl Hff ,,' , , Levin- fa- Q J I .- ,HV ' "," lr- 'Y -'-'fC vrlhxnl Mui :ff'T"' Held, Paul Hall, Ralph Kraus, Jerome Williarni, ld' ' ' 'W' "fd"'L'v have 5m.li,, Jani fmlascillfaaflffllgsii' admirer A ' eznice -'11, lllll' TOP row: EL Fillh row: l Chast, Fourth rowg Third row: Donal Second row Donal Bollbm ygw Nicm I I l representativeg Vepresentative, F12 Lewis Horn, adviser Off'cers: Eugene Chesson, adviser, John 'Olds, presidentp Richard Dix, secrefaryg Ronald Moss, iunior represenfativey Byron Marks r vice president, Alfred Hendron, senior representative, Robert Lockhart, treasurer Student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers are established to help all civil engineer- ing students enrich their college courses by begin- ning professional contacts and associations which are so valuable to the practicing engineer. Talks by professional engineers and discussions of engi- neering problems and projects, often illustrated by movies or slides, highlight the programs of the so- ciety's monthly meetings. A.S.C.E. is represented on the Engineering Council and its members take an active part in Engineering Open House. Social ac- tivities of the group include an annual picnic and participation in St. Pat's Ball. American Society oi Civil Engineers Top row: E Ch B M J h Old R b- L kh t R' h d D' . . . Fifth row: ll-Siatiirgjas 55.333, Mirghialel l?bleiil,ORiriey Laihe,OBi?ulce OVilarilde, Jlghiir Dieiic, Robert Bronson, Roy Allen, Algimantas Slapkauskas, Julius Lintakas, Wllllam Chastain, David Overaker . . Id b Fourth row: Douglas Schwantes, Phillip Gould, Robert Baum, Robert Lynn, Christian Andreasen, Jerry Masters, Daniel Nystrand, James Povvers, Ama Siea erg Third rgw: Igarrell Dobbs, Barry Dempsey, Richard Jones, Paul Alexander, Alfredo Carrizosa, Roy Buckner, Darrell Lohmerer, John Elliott, Davr Cement, Ona Neibel . . . . SecondDrowfdClarence Klaus, John Gray, Alfred l-lendron, William Beutier, Joseph Sidor, Alan Bobka, Tin Tun, Gustavo PBTIHO-DUQUC, Juan Garcia-Garcia, Ona Brewe' ' R bert Dietz, Robert Anderson, Frederick Bartelsmeyer, Karl Klepitsch, Dorian BON0m row: James Gibb, Gerald l-lofi, Richard Atkinson, John Sabo, Frank iiizzo, o Hams, adv' SCF --1-g-on.hd'-- --'-1, M- -Kf4:- A " ' lilll W ,T,..,. . A - Q lf' h t 1 ' A Top row: Josepl top row . 4 c..l ., 5 a, s,,..,O nay '.'.f.trntn, Jenn Surnrall, Mariett McCall, Pat Cole, Ruth Diskens, Bobette Buchanan, Suzanne Martin, F lk 'S '--.- I I' wut -:t '.'l Cwft, M. -Mt R , . O er ' ,umm ,ow ' , f, r. ,,, ,,,, rj., , t3,:.f,d,lQ:.lt,q,.l,:,i,',:i,i rgggfim. Dnllman, Adele Sellers, Joanne Schneider, Judy Relchle, Donna Root, Courtney Read, Sondra Fourth row: The ' ,I V . lt Hi I lr! r- C lv fn..-.tg Carol Tonner, PM Kortlcnmp, Sandrnnnc Milleitner, Nedra Phelps Q A l P9l9V59nh wud ,QQ , , ,,, - .,t,,., , ,gl 1,-,,,l,.3,.,, pymlv John Lindberg, treasurer, Marilyn Alexander, secretary, Prof. Charles Brtghtblll, Dr. Allen Sapoyal DL Third r0W1lR'C ,i .5 ..f i'n.r '56,-, r ".irr1.irr-t He-lmlmrd, Harry Valentine, Stephen Walker I b . Char log . ,- ,if rw-,.,:..., tam, Rgyrnond Froeliclt, Randall Poggioli, Robert Bohl, John Williams, Edgar Barth, Carl Hartmann, Jerry Second row- C ' ' Bottom row: RC Second low ' ill - , , , , 1 Bollom row .'. H No! in panel I ' , , American Recreation Society it lnnrtirin nl lllt' .Alllt'lltLlll Rc-ct'c':iLion matrix ls in sinnnl.nr- iiinrivst .nnong Illinois high , . l gn--r1.fw l..nt Hnllt-rid, vice president lln- li.ts sill-nil Nlllllt'lllN ln c'inlnii.n4t- intnc- clngrlilivtl incli- Xlllll.llNl'l1'llll'l lllli livltl ul lc'clt'.lIl1ill lll1lllIllLClllClll. lln' tllillllll ni-in NINJHNIIIN .1 lI.lXt'lllllL clisrilztx' :incl lnrltls lllHllllllN lllt'l'llllQs lin llltlllllklx t l4 P Ji rtr' " tr-,rn Lyic- Martin William Schubert, Rollin Roselle, John Rosendahl, David Massie, Paul Anderson, Rob th - it ii rr rrznill, Alvin lollu, Allen Slglolofl, ard, Marvin Armstrong, Kenneth Ricks, James Allen, Ronald Chase American Society ol Agricultural Engineers The purpose of this nzttionztl prolcssionztl organi- zation is to promote both clirecttly :incl indirectly tltc intercsls ol students in z1gt'icultut':1l engineering by tttcni :tin to lostet' high 1J1'0liCSSiOll2ll stzniclzmls David Goss 1 1 1 g . L . :incl good fellowship among students :incl laiculty interested in thc profession. ert Martin, Herschel Top row ,uw 'r- .4 ti X .l t ,. ,, , , L wr-rl L'.r..1'n l'.:lt,-, .'.' llrnm Yr-rr, Str-phcn Wood, Marvin Gcrdes, Ea'l Evans third row l r 1 it l.vtlr1-j- emi-,vxo Hott, lmfrd Ach, Joseph Beckerman, Gary Wells, Euqene Leach, Orville Teske, Richard Provart, Robert McNabb, Earl Reinltem' "' rf' l"'f' l'l"'1r- l"""fl N""i't1f"'t. l0l"'t B-'tw-tfl, David Schmid, Charles Ricketts, Earnest Crabtree, Jr. "' 'J - - l . .' 'f sf . -. . a - , - 5"'-'nd 'OW H-'-' " 'F "- ' 9-tl '41 t'-'J' lt. ptll ' 'YO H' 'H-vid'--, .lose Dow, Carl Moats, Charles Spillman, Roger Mayhew, Wilbur Renken, Kenneth Smith, lime' l'f"' """ "J A' -'L "hilt, Vt"-V I-i cl ate-ltr-r, John l'u'lCi"AxJI'lY1 50"0"'.'0:" tl "0" "' 2' 'Ivo-'A 'f tb--111-M-i. lu-lint.-r Nelzon, Jerry Frnschle, Arthur Muehling, adviser, Robert Reints Jr,, treasurer, Lyle Funkhouter. N ..r 4-I V 1,-ri It-. 1, rrrt Aer, klrrxz t. ltr. '-HC" U"-'1'dUH': Richard Eckert, secretary, John Brennan, Walter Roll, Melvin Smith or an pans ,.-r it fl -.,,, P, vfli .r.r,c,z, PM nl or-rr, V.-rnon Gillespie, Marvin Nordwall, Harry Remmers, Joe Rosenstiel Jr., Jerry Weibel, Floyd Herum, Mil- .-' 1-r t -.r .nt - 2. of L rl nit f'r-rrrftl cl..r,tnC., H,,U,,l, Am- Mer lly prot ing, provi Iwrs up-cl lll'0lil'SSl0ll ing at stun ol Merlin I' . '.h.-I TOP row: A S . Second his J Bottom 2:2 No' in Pin 268 ss ' 1 lg J .lin ff 3140 W' wall Arlan Martin Ralph Kannermier, Ronald Nichol, Richard Baker, Dean Peterson, Robert Medro vv, James DePauw Edwin Snow map Mart ' 1' :J seph IS , , In op rolflolkeprts, Bruce Becker, James Albright Fourth gow: Theodore Abell, Milkon Klayum, Alvaro lnfante, Jack Eden, Hemant Sathe, Emery Johnson, Sherril Glover, John Machia, Daniel Lenkaitus, Dale eterson Third row: Richard Adams, John Larson, Rogiert Buser, Lawrence Joiner, Egon Babler, Richard Potter, Harry Rooker, James Mauck, Gary Miner, Ronald Devaisher, Charlton Jones, Robert Bell, Burton sson Second row: Ronald Knapp, Norman Reinbold, Richard Bolin, James Faust, William Biallas, Dean Walling, Emmanuel Guyon M C r ick Jerome Mockenhaupt, Stephen Wutzke, Roger Nichols Bottom row: Robert Storkman, Carl Bodenschatz, Norman c o m , l 0 0 American Society of Mechanical Engineers By promoting interest in mechanical engineer- ing, providing technical programs to keep mem- bers up-dated in their field, accentuating the professionalism in this growing field, and by offer- 1n a student aa er contest, the American Society 3 l P of Mechanical Engineers serves its members. Business Education Club Each fall members are busy with the Central F.B.L.A. which is conference, the Illinois Area Conference of the the club sponsors. Through th club can promote greater friendship, cooperation, unity and professional growth among students and faculty in business education. Y A--...l11-1 TOP row- M if WSWS? C - .1 argaret Mort, Mary Graham, Doris Carlberg, Jennie Holmes, Sarah Robinson, we ,, SemndSl:iIeS, Audree Cassens, Cheryl Clark Elder Melva Gage, treasurer, Elizabeth Oda, Betty Bradshaw, Carol Ekstrom, Jo ce haw: Mlldfedllepfer, secretary, Betty Brentner, Elizabeth Lloyd, Jeanne ' . B nson, Marcia Crosby Carol Enrico J S Kunke' James Smnh Kenneth Gillespie, Salvatore Duspensa ' ' - ame f ' on l , Nong' gg:-l'Ronald Stablein, president, Reginald Sims, adviser, 9- Barbara Seed, Mary Jenkins, Harriet Albin QCQC O Ton rov " ' Fourth row " i 'I I Third row l Sc-zond row '- g,., . ,- Bottom row ' G lt ff.g.f'- in.- Nol in pan:-I 1 A t Pr' ,', i .- L..-i College v S' " ' Lrg .3 e K'll n Robert Lindgren Helmer Nelson, Allan Reniche, James Sheldgn ,. ,,,,,,' ',-,nlw Lllw MqK'nwey, Thomas i ore , fl V i"l'H,Nfl,m N,ii,',mL,liliq2C,',lQ 'Thomas Anderson, Charles Eastman, Michael Campbell, Anthony Pauletto, Carl Lund ., ,,,rr1iv. Q - 1 1 I Cl.lC k . ,. . fin- .fd lLi..,lQ.n i'l'iyrtai?Goldsmi1h, Leonelle Garbs, Fred Robison, William Larrabee, James Humphrey, Paul Clevenggl-I V . rf ff, jfcl, t,-,f,Q,,l,., Qcofgc Hovpard, James Hurley, Gerald Nakamura, Earle Ryan, Ronald Galowich ' I. Ig. l ff,'UN R4dmrd,SwphOnS' Charles Bowman, Kenneth Carlston, Harold Holt, Ronald Jaicomo, class pyesldemi im, t,, t-in ,,' R ly n Cohn, Victor Stone - .. rr i,.,,,.,l pa.,,y4,.i,I:l,,-:EMAlfonslo IRazzano, Regina. Firant, Margaret Scranton, Sarah McAllister, Margaret Middleton, ,, ,,-i pa, lpwlsll ,'.'.lthis, Thomas lragcr, Donald Dletemann, Carl Wrench n r. l.ir!'1--,q Knot-rw Hamilton, Charles Jones, Gary Leonardo, Richard Marblestone, Wesley Lindberg, Glenn Church, ' it Lf,--L 1-,Jr ' cl '- . l I' lm N My d Se melman, Richard Swanson, Thomas Chilcott, Zelda Derber, John East, 1 ls- .ld L- - nl, Arthur Lerner, An rew m I I , illllw,zjlu,,,CllVigIf5inC pmlwrl Byron Powell, Donald Runge, David Smith, Donald Westbrook, James Whitaker oi Law, Colombian Students' Association O Senior Class X SlIlIll"l!'lHL1lllllltll lu.iinlni'i xt is In-lcl lionoring H 4 lllltv' in tln- Nriiiot l.l,is x . 1 'l'll1'OL1gl1 parties at the YMCA, an International itlni vxwlli-tl in SlllOl1ll'- XVeek, the various Latin American parties, and spe- cial social and coffee hours, the Colombian Stu- , 41 l.lx ini:-tiiigs .nr .tlll'llill'll ln nn-inlmcrs I Nllllb LX A ' ' dents' Association is able to promote a honcl ol lcl- i-tlntl llll,lllN.lllll1l'llXllN. I his Svinot Class will he lowship among students lirom Colombia who an' :ln lust I-1 gi.nln.tn- mlm lngan training in llll' new lm.-t ltuilliltllg attending the University. tap 'off if i- -iz fi- -,vo Br-mal, .AlvaroAPt-nuela, Gabriel Monge, Velez Arias, Guillermo Mayorga, Ramiro Gomez, Alfredo 5010. " ' ' -L "lr .'i'-if'-'ilu l'l"l-1'-'ll Luis Archtla, Uladislao Prieto, Segundo Rubiano, Anibal Osorio, Enrique Rodriguez, Alberto llian th-fd vow s - l it ,-if ...f if gr r-,.vr.ifl,n., Joan Bnrrelocaipo, Pedro Salazar, Leonardo Gomez, Alfredo Carrizosa, Enrique Hernandez, Allrt'd0 N -Vi E I v '1H:4A.I:!r .i ii- .4 lJrti.n..-ea, Uldarico Posada, Vincent: Noero, Garman Yepes, Hernando Lesmes, Edilberto Otalora, Jaime Gomez, 3N0"d.:0'w P" -"1 1. 11- F- i -t,i',.Lmr.mi.,f Klein, Harry Klein, Stella de los Rios, Hernan Buitrago, Marian Buitrago, Stephan Builragv. lover nouomuovi H X lug 1 Mitt: -f'rlf,y,,r.-l..., El'.Lif,, .l,'..,l.a, Gustavo Patino, Luz Patino, Tamara Patino, Alelandro Valencia, Arturo Diaz, Juan Garcia ' ' "' " ' f"" 51'-lon. Kmlml DOW, Herman Duque, Donald Garter, Abraham Murra, Alvaro lnfante, Roberto Hernanf ' ' l N I 1' ity , fx lv if l . I - . ' ' ' ' l ' ' " ' ' ' ""' "1 J-"""- MOYUWO. Hurrtdrt YUDCS, Marlo Carrtllo DI ll no ' ' - 1 t tw! 1 I t f 4 .xi 1 Rtdwn er, Anne Carrillo, Heraldo Soto, David Saponar, Eric Klein ffl Top row: Robe Second row: Pi Blciwels: Bottom row: Nl Price, Sf Not in panel: A Ci llonnne tics rangi roinpctiti llouncil li mrs the a TOP row: Flo Second row: Bottom raw: iES Sheldon, Carl Lund' l Clevengerl 5 President, Middleton, ann Church, , John East, er ts' tnational and spe- Jian Stu- nd of fel- who are Xlfredo Soto, erto Ilian iez, Alfredo time Gomelf itrago, Jorge , Juan Garcia werto Hernan- Top row: Robert Mintz, Bri-an Cloonan, Robert Gangala, 'Richard Corbett, Stuart Brostofi, Jess Darnell, James Lytle Roger Jeffers William McVittie gegond rata: Paul Altlg, Shirleyllivesay, Helen Kleinschmiclt, Linda Kannmacher, Cheryl Clark, Rosemary Anderson, Carolyn Konneker, Mary Jenkins, Judy Bleiweiss, Kenneth Sticke . Bottom row: Mildred Hepfer, Donald Soule, adviser, Kenneth Teleen, Richard Barker, treasurer, Audrey Ostrom, vice president- John Lehmann premdem. Anne Price, secretary, Robert Hill, adviser, James Gardner Not in panel: Mac Churchill, Cass Apple Commerce Council Cooperative Extension Club Agriculture and home economics students, through membership in the Cooperative Extension Club, be- come acquainted with each other and with the organi- zation and objectives of the Illinois Agricultural and Home Economics Extension Service. Commerce students participate in varied activi- ties ranging from courses in creative thinking to competitive athletic programs. The Commerce Council publishes a bi-weekly newsletter and spon- sors the annual Industry Introduction Day. h Smith, Henry Sechrest TOP WWI Floyd Roberts, Lawrence Duevver, David Christopherson, Roger Chisholm, Rolbert Franlfffefmeil k, Second row: Barbara Strunk, Linda Mooberry, Muriel Garvin, Rosalynn Jenkins, Mary Fflpef, VlfQmla Wes 05, ' J h J k Bottom row: Robert Coffman, James Melton, Eleanor Masters, John Gesell, Sylvia Wlneland, KHTNSGV1 Re HWQTOVM 0599 ODE -W J I l l 4 1 1 wtsitx til Illinois ttnlgtttg tc':i111s1tt,cl1tt1t1' sltows a ' 1 lmitttltttt ttt li -f-,Are ...ie -- '- ge -"'-44' ' at .a-, Y 1 ,4-c ' 00000 ' 40 . ', If .Q 1 --,J -if 6i C l , " iw i n ' - ,f.'Q,c. . ., E-.-.:.-.:'.1. i "ff ' fi :im 1 1 I" iiff D0 iihb . "'t7.'.'1:7,: .1 59 :: ' iz : is f' -':T'I"i"'1I""f r-. 1' X' ---frrcfmh, + u rn :if-'f" f N.: .1 - iff' 'Y i 5 'if 1:11,-A Top row- Joan l ' M J' ' M Judith w r . . ' ' Gerald Pam Thurston T f, ' ,,,, ,-,,.,.,, g ,.,,l 1,,', Q, , Dfllz-rt Dahl, Charles Heidgen, David Macomber, ' . in 5:fof,Z",owl ,,,. 1 5 g ,,il,.-,Lf plgtitjrt 610501, Kenneth Esgar, George Muck, George Rankin, Davld Sager. Second row: M: oar-am row- ti., 1 it 1.-,li-.ri..f 1.-M., Onan, Robert cone, vice president: Paul Malveo, Joseph Helms, president I I Keller, Ja N ,I ' , J'lu Cyl-lla Howard Jansen, Richard Wissell, Edwafd Schlog' Donald Benz' James. Gulihau' Davld Henning' Reber' HEY. David Bottom row: Ro D 'n,f',,f"f, 13 , ',,' Cr ,..-,.1iH,.,1Q,f' tam: Domptiy, Gene Potter, Franklin Kenyon, Gary Whirtaker, Roger Gillespie, Forrest Gillespie, Gordon Staging meyer, Sf Dairy Production Club Dairy Technology Society Interested students are aided by the Dairy Tech- nology Society to increase their knowledge ol activities and problems of the dairy industry in 11d order that they rnay enter the Field with a perspec- tive worthy of the dairy profession. A dairy judg- llii- pittpost' ol llgiitx Protlttctioti Cllulm is to ttttitc' t.iiiiltx and stinlt-nts intc-rc-sic-cl in the dairy Y . ilttlltsltfs .iitixitiiw 'lin' tlttlm spottsots the I-111- . . - ' -'-litttgitt ltottors outstzittdittg lresh- 111111 intl Nl'lliHl lllt'llllJt'lN ill thc- tlnh. ing team is sponsored by the society. l d W'tt d 's r Dr Harold Wilson adviser- David McCarty Top row lf: Hi,-I r-rt '.'.'tiitrrr-,r, .urn-z-,-r, Dr. Ernest Herrutd, adviser, Dr. Loy 1 er a vt eg i . f .. , 1 ,, ' ' ' ' Filth :owl tis.. rl tw-rtirii fr, v..i.,il ts.i...ir, John Colrney, Horace Graham, Tsung Chou, Kolar Ramachandran, Anthony Earl, Yasuo Azurna '0U"l' 'OW "'l'li"- l'1'i-'l -'-'-1--'W 9-10. Eldon POHIOH. Edwin TH-lmmel, Richard Heise, Michael Keenan llttvd 'Ov tilt- ll" tl'-1, Wit.-rt ttnrnntirig-,'u, James Yoongren, John Hocking, John Horneier Socond row lf- rl 1.1-1,1-n,,.,,.rv Jr,.,,.uh ,'.,:,,,,w,1l' LMW Huck' Richard Kun' Wayne Larson, Ray Speckman Bottom rxow yy 1- fir my lp.--.Yrt1.-ni, ilozaph Olirrgn, Edward Lawton, George Muck, secretaryg Alben Linden, Vice pregidgnti Judirh Osborn, Dr, Joseph Tvbliii A- . tr" it -'f'.'..1 ' lcv:-,il .1r.fi:rgr Students nity are cc tics lor di their tnotti so its to 11 most and : TOP YOW: Dear Kintner, Second row: ' secretar Bottom row: I Not in panel: Hall, Pt f'x i". l ir - 1 x . X I f . I , . - Q xo it' 5. 1? l 5 H - --,L- 272 V1 -. ... l ..g-:mv Ili- ' - 1-vw-4,,,., 31 -fc vw-' 4 -1. Z 5 I -.V 'N 1, s K 4 ..,, NIE A-+..4, 'M f., L 4 l ls. J.. s ' . M "N-0. .i, fu..- . ... 2-.',x.5'if' ,tai-fa m-"aw t . ifatf '5 1 f 1-. Frey, David aissing ety Pech- e of 'y in spec- ludg- ygeph Tobias, 1ll-'-- Top raw: .loan Waltzen, Dr. Echo Pepper, .Ira Frank, William Donahoo, Dean Trembly Counselor. Wa 5 d W.H. .I . . . ' W kb I R b f A Id, T Th N 1, .F . ' I , 1 Yne I 'H 612, I lam Wlnkm, treasurer, Thomas Williams, lll1ll,i3on,oSo9lell'nRQb?nSn, Pralil Jenslgio .Y Ugen acully advlsel' Ronald Siem' Bruce Km' Wnllam R'Cl'f'fdf Damel Nellls, Joseph Swtti, Ernest S6C0l'ldK21?Z:l ftl:gEHg3h?SlCVa'af Norma MCG'n""?f LY"'da KOOPYTISY1, GlOrIa Chin, Cynthia Allen, Janet Little, James Seybold, Robert Barrett, Charles Donnel, Leon Bottom row: Roberta E.dwirds,lgllary gegggegeiL1l,rlLeyURmcg!cier2s:yglIasmes Boen, president, Phyllis Voy, vice president, David Meiher, member-at-large, Katherine Nie- meyer, secretary, Sy via ean, Delta Sigma Omlcron Students in this University of Illinois service frater- nity are constantly striving to promote various activi- ties for disabled students and to attain the goals of their motto, "To exercise our abilities to a maximum so as to minimize our disabilities, that we may live most and serve best." Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity, admits to membership only students enrolled in the college of business administration. It is designed to meet the needs of future business men, promote ship, and assist its members in acquiring positions after graduation. better scholar- Toll rover Dean glade Jones, chapter adviser, Edwin Leverich, Paul Magelli, Salvatore Dispensa, Stanley Rothbardt, Ronald Brown, Bernard November, Danie ln ner ro Emerson Cammackl Wllllam Wallace' Wlllllgrralnllflijfice president, Henry Housh, president, David Daleiden, vice president, Eugene Costabile , Second row: William Lauer, Philip Brown, treasurer, Samue Bmomseffelafgi Pegn Willpck,I Wayne Neal f D ld S I P f W IT M M hon -row: ro. S ',R IR ,P . e, ro. aer ca p . Not In panel: Larry Bi'iil1cUeBria6i'1eCllbonfaJhlaElrneifsljeynddoLeor?rRaeivitzC:UCharles D'Ambrosio, Prof. Essel Dillavou, Dean Paul Green, Prof. Charles Griffin, Warren ' ' ' I 'I MQ er, Prof. Clarence Phillips, Prof. Thomas Yancey Hall, Prof. Robert Harvey, Prof, lrvin l-leckmann, Prof. Cecl y i s l i 1 .3 ' l A r , n 19. W 43' i,,..l, , r ' " 2 ' s,- Top row' lf Lf r .i Third row: ltcrn Second row ,'.'mr3 Bottom row l.'.'illr. r Nliirlr-nts irilvir-sir-rl in rm is. mils :rnil mlrcr liclrls 1 ani. V rx H lrlrf, . -rl, ,. r 'D 3,2 4 iris fialilii - r is 5 WSI 235.2 fx 1 A grime - 2 TF gf-1 R I .cr :FW l we : err-sf --'ei f--e -f- ' ' "1" .Iv ti' LY: 'ff' .:.- I, ,sffx 5, ij L.. -Q. . M: any FN, A ,V ,'f'5r-- ,Mi x .E A ,Al 317- j . U L, 9,4 i lvwwliiklrggjhfg 5- x ,, , -21, -nf x - .x. v .,.' ."' - - W 4. 1 .- - -, , QQ. by 'gi iwgfQ,1,r1r' ' ,A C Q 1, ,. . ' " . ix, .fs-. if V K 5" " s , .-M "' Y- ff-.-, libs - +.e.fi A, ,rr ,fire .-, ,- 1- -z fl- iff. 7 4 if . S ' "l w'.' .t l 7 1,-r Y .v Suri? 7 1, AJ' a i -FW .V-4 Th Melton, Gerald Wilson, Leon Turner, George Hall, Robert , 9 orrnlrrgr, James BUQQ, William Flynn, Omas 'rm Ear-r': Lgmwtlfl Hoi t,-, Jim Parochertr, Maurice Loman, John Burrus, Leslie Ko Filip John Rm ef' hl, Ronald Kollman, Neal Setchell, Roger Higgs, David Winkelmann, Harrison i--r Hirrlrg . , 1 ilr,r1..n r-mir:-,-r, Rcibcrrr Ed-.-yards, Roger Evans, Robert Greive, RiChard Vatthauer, Joseph Steiskal, Jerry Strohm, Larry Moss, Richard Petrowich, .Uw- xrrl Ccrwolcrrw Irrirm rnri , 1 Hlohr-rr Hr-uhm, Kellie Bycrly, Burns Sabey, Ambrose Burger, Richard Snod9f2iSS, l-GUY LEWIS, Roger Gallup, Charles Heathman, Larry Casey, Field and Furrow Club TLC CIN' ' u 4 s nl nr Clirli in llic- X'lllOlI 'lW'll'll lrrnn ' 1-rir.in Smit-lx ral Xglwiriuiiix. ilu Xin lzwrwr wan' l ivlrl inrl l'llIlUWslHrllxUls.lKYUIJSillllQlI1QtUIllK'SL, in rqrrniurnx 4-Wu rrniu-st, gi NlLlKll'lll-lIHiLllLY rollov- Xf-i--rnnrrx Llirli in ilu- slnrngg -N Rcscorch in thc lab is cncourogcd by Field 3 , M., I1 We L ond Furrow. r 3 ,,l Hoo Hool and ol zigricultu stork and 21 knowledge g grids to class yczn' were tl rniail Spring senior mem ing livestoc ln Llic sprir Spring Judi mzinsliip C- lizill game. Y! TOP row: Robe Reiners, Fourth row: Ri . Dollahor Third row: Ga Scott Mr Second row: E Gary Cc Bottom row: M 4' 1 council f Officers: Richard Snodgrass, agricu ture I B' sentative- Charles Heathman, secretary: UW is 274 1 . IM president, Larry Casey, vice president: RO?" G' ' - treasurer- Burns Sabey, faculty 3dVl5ef L , 2 sri. win, N iv-yr iffif'-F I. -'z:'t9'3 , f Mi nr, r' 45,1 , . ,.,,f at , 'f-if-Q. -- f gf., .,- - 5, V ,ffgv-1 Q, , fs sag r f. . 1- G., . J l , r L JJMQ .. VW, Q ' T' ,pls VH. -I -"1ta"'rl ,J y --1 idly l ' i Q i r , V3 J ft . an 1 p h 2 1-, X322 ' , tr if'-is , 'Ui , i f 3 -' JA X ,x -, 'tn Rutger, rt, Harrison Petrowich, Fry Casey, . Su., 1- Hool and Horn Club Hoof and Horn Club is an organization composed of agriculture students who are interested in the live- stock and animal science fields. The experience and knowledge gained from this organization are valuable o classroom work. Hoof and Horn activities this year were the Little International Horse Show, the an- nual Spring Barbecue to honor the club's outstanding senior member, and the keys awarded to the outstand- ing livestock judges in Animal Science lOl and 103. ln the spring the club sponsors and participates in the Spring Judging Contest, the Meats Contest, the Show- aids t manship Contest, and the annual Senior-Faculty soft- ball game. ny., 4. 0mCel'S-TOP row: Gary Peterson, reporterp Heston Wesson treasurer: Dale Hedrick, secretary Bottom row: Philip Phar,. presidentg Donald Pinney, vice president Not in panel: John Wilson, Agriculture Council representative John Erisman Max Olson Darrell Lane Ro er Op row Robert Fay Gerald Palm Robert Srpp Leslie Kohl William Flynn Kenneth Sauers Roger Schnell R All H W kl . . emers en Uston Lawrence DUelrleR Ea!-ty CiQi2ensmWilter Younker James Gay Phil Deal John Burrus Kenneth Hunt Donald Smallwood Phi i Will lS0nfhRichariEi Petrowich Morris Luc o er H D k o a o Y B M . n omas oung Glen Guuakson Larry irt:NnChar?esI Bicldslihjdpt Marvin Espenscheid John Huftalin Robert Humphreys Richard Vatthauer Third row Gary Lawson Robert Brackebusch Roger Steg S Scott McWhinney Robert Martin John Woods econd row Bert Fringer James Walsh Kellie Byerly Ken C le B Gary Cooper Burd tte Breidenstein adviser ottom row Walter Gril-ii h Dale Helms Dale Hedrick Philip Phar Don b G 'e Wayne Blunier James Bell o William Gray Dennis Phar Lendell Dierker Ro ert rerv ald P nney Gary Peterson Heston Wesson Richard Hughes 1 K. Miki! WCG? A e council fears aryzmgggf Gimp, ntl SEV no so u ng 'Sf 3- 'I' 'h Alfred Hendron Ronald Wiker Y ' s ' ' r ' Smit , lop vow: U- 1 ,wi '.'.-:nl Fmt: Srlwfliy, Flnltp Plitlhoy-.cr, Norman McCormick, George , - . . 5,.c.,,.,4 ,W ,,, pqi,,,..,.-...r t1.ra.-.ati p.,f.rre..r, Adrian Crook, Eugene lonatov, Richard Nordsleck, Arthur Mvehltng, adviser Bono,-,-, ,o,,- yt., fm mn pw- ri--rv John Kromwicdc, treasurer: John ClartCY, C0Vf95D0"ld'n9 Secfefaw d' crctary 'V " . J ' - r Nat in panel' Uri:-vt Fftnrlr-Q -f cr- prr--,tdcntg Michael Coleman, YCCOV '09 50 Engineering Council llnx rnnnril ivltirlt totnixts ol xt l1lllllll'1lClYlSCl' 5 . .intl tn., Ninth-ntx liotn t-:nh 4-iigittc'c'1'iitg soriety on ' ' ' ' 1 - to lnittjiiiyf lllJOllL1lC'lUhC1' ' ilu t tllllrllx lx rlttlti ttul tw ,H lf l rt:-riixlnlt :turning tln' xntiom rgrttiptts vitgitit-et'ittg Engineering Open House The Engineering Open House committee unilici the ellorts ol the engineering depztrtnients in onlci to present the annual Engineering Open House. This allows high school students and the general l ll ineeiin ezunpus :incl lc':n'n I ' ' V iii--nity lt lnrrtrtrttrw tln' lfngttit-t-tiitg Opt-n llousc' public' to View tie 'ng ' g .ttnl -It-annie xt. l'.ttK Ilgtll, ol' the scientific principles taught at the Utiii'et'silt. TOP 'OI' 5' f 1-vii! rtwrvmm, Pr-ru Philtio.-fer, St. Pat's Ball chairmang Robert Gibson, physical arrangements chairmang James Fortiev. f' 1 Y ' -"i ll "M l-'-':"lrl'ff. dvilftus and art work chairman 5""o"' 'O' ' ' ' "' " "' "'1"4'ft Cwfll, fwneral chairman: Donald Passaglia, publicity chairrnanp John Brennan, coordinator SJ 4 i 276 itll Y' 1 E rap row: George Third row: Harold Arthur Hays Second row: Franc Bottom row: Prisc Not in panel: Rus Nakano, Al Menibersl' one who has llie club is It-llowship 21 ntcnt ol' cul toms :incl tr l0P row: Mary S V Schicmer, llttrd row: Rosal' Nancy Ovt Mary M00 Sucond row: jeg Mather, ag Bottom row: lea Yvonne B. aa? DUSE f, ie uniiies in order 1 House. 3 general .nd learn niversity. ames Fortieri I' fn HZ , ,. es, ,Ai 2 f 11375 ffg,.g,. c ,,,l. za I l i 1 :fe 4 ,fi 1 f iff , ,,7,3,,,, I ' wh f f , 'Qf'f1ffzw. -, fag, w if : ,4f,,Z:,e-. WW? f, Q 3222 x ,gfifffiif aff, ,f f g ,wjyy g , ' 'ffz if 'K 2 .f 3, f f X 1 ' Ra Fukumoto Herbert Matsunaga Charles lwai Oi Wun Young, Wayne Kide Top row: George Kometarll, Y , 1 , , Third row: Haliilold T0lsUlO, ROY KUTSUUBM Robert N3l4amU"af l-HWY PlTI'1er, Delbert Anderson, Warren Suzuki, Norman lshikavva Melvin Nakamura David Shinsato Arthur ayano ' ' f gegqnd row: Frances Ebisu, Hiroshi Abe,- Jean Ehrhard, Prof. Bruce Mainous, Hideo ldehara, Helen Hikido Takashi Tsuhako Bottom row: Priscilla' Bekrganip, Amy Ilshrblgshi, Jroype glgulilla, Nancy Kim, Momoko Iko ' Nt'n panel: Russel C an, rances ge, ennet na a., aze lnada, Frank Kambara, Ath K t h, J K h' ' ' ' 0 I Nakano, Albert Naukana, Thomas Sakurada, Calvin Soohoo, Nancy Tsuhako, Reubeh Vlifbng? Roy Yiiamqgcehi,Ll5ilicreOYag,zjr?1rdio,LLA1niiy Vllgghelgo Matsui' Hlroshl ome Economics Club An organization founded to further social rela- tions between students and faculty members and to increase knowledge in related fields, Home Eco- nomics Club tries to achieve these goals by infor- mational talks and demonstrations at the monthly meetings and through picnics and projects. Hawaii Club Membership in the Hawaii Club is open to any- one who has an interest in this island of the Pacific. The club is dedicated to the fostering of greater fellowship and the encouragement of the develop- ment of cultural understanding of the social cus- toms and traditions of the Hawaiian people. B bara Hodan Ferol Parrett Florence Gegel, Elizabeth Himes, Mary Hoge, June N Montavon l0P'0W1lVlary Sullivan, Ann Tice, Patricia Helm, Allene Burtis, Alice Shoger, ar . , I , , , 5Cl1lemer, Patricia Washer, Mariorie Swanson, Nancy Turner, Bonita Duncan, Judith Heffelfinger, Helen Painter, Dlane Caflef, JO PUTT, Qfrrta lhlrdrowz Rosalyn Jenkins, Sharon Wilcoxen, Delores Gregory, Kay Bradshaw, Joan Branch, Carolyn Peterson, Jane Buland, Sarah IMCMUFTIG, Norma Strube, mr1CyMOwensg Joann Shpade, Janis Finley, Glenda Landers, Gloria Krashen, Mary Peter, Carol Wood, Bonnie VanBuskrrk, Patricia Long, Claudette Pochel, VY 0 , . . . . . . Secondldomz Jegiene gfjgerligkll Emily Howard, Rosamund Ashwill, Shirley Fragklin, Mai-garelg Allenkfarcgle Giant, Virginia Guthrie, adviser, Joanne Miller, Mary H Sr, a viser, Joan Rose, Alicia La'ble, Coena Blair, Marylan Hubbar , Mary ou oy 6, nn SWG YH I Bottomurow: Jean Eaton, Martha Kielhorn, llanet Rutherford, Joyce AG-linz, Mary Blair, Myrna Rea, Nancy DeLaurenti, Mary Watson, Carol Ufkes, Joan Lloyd, ' - - A -- .- i,i,- nAl-.,,. Da., :af afwfffyf! ffifffy 4' f ' . i ff 5 . ,f if C 211 ' l hp, -..---...- .- - t""'-l . K.. 1 V if i t 37 v-' ,- x , ' ' ' 'lliam Proctor Robert Schneuling James K f L., ,, --t, t .,q U 4 ,, ,.,.,. L , ., I Thomws Claridge, Richard Costtn, W' , .r ee er Top 'ow l A C HL Al l V I U ' d asz first vice commander, Richard Dahlke, commander, James Hawkes, second vice commanderg Charles rico oliccr- Jon Erickson, Second row Vt n.t.r1 '51,.',wr, trt,,t'itr.Y-rg Donald Mag zt Farr. 'l, .,rl,t 'ant F I gouom ,ow 5: . ra, llt-rlngr: Swan, provost marshall, William Barry, Ernest Brown, Ralph Pelefson Illini Campu Amvets lllini Forensic Association The Illini Forensic Association seeks to proviclc ltnt xitrt nts ol XX'ot'ltl XYat' ll or tlic Ko- ' l l l 'xl community with more bllll ' ' ' . iruttt XXIII att- 4-litgilllc lot' ilu- Clantpns .Xnnet lost the campus anc tie oc. 4 y No. 3412. I ltr- UlQ.lllllllllHll was lonncli-cl on cainpus knowledge ol public affairs. It sponsors the Uni- ' ' in ISM! .intl lwtgttttt' alltliatt-il nationally in 1953. versity ol Illinois intercollegiate debate team, pro- ' I littltiglt int-1-rings. nit-titlms are inlorincd about vides audience debates on campus, and has weekly l . - . . . . , pttltln lans gtllvt ting stntlt-nt tc-tc'i'ans. panel discussions on YVILL Radio and WILL-El Xt. TOD row :ata ,'.'t 1.-t ..r, l-'nl rfrl Carr, Jo-onli Wenzel, Karl Cavanaugh, Dr. Wayne Brockriede, adviser third row l,.:Lt-,- l-'.tr,lt-n-tart,rtilt-nnrtlt Etorclt, Gcorqo Stratton, John Peterson, Morgan Cole, Richard McKinley, Grant Eddy, John Seymour, llmar Waldner Sr-cond row -r,l ltlttr, Ji .tp .1 ltntft-tm, l'.ilrict.i Edwards, Ruth Edwards, Janet Dubisky, Barbara Gaul, Kay Hepler, Mary Campbell, Mary Full0r'l Bollom row 'tt-tc , Horn, P.r,t,f-rt lirtrw"tt.rtt, Ralph Beal, Norman Sobteslc, Alvin Wire, Richard Radell, Martin Farrell t' " 1 L L - ,V l - 213 Top row: GFEQOVT Weihl, Wil Second row: Will Bottom row: Mor Not in panel: Da' lllini This loc: ized in lflsl t-ntation ol' Nletnlmerslti latulty, lic nu'mlmers. TOP row: Leonz Third row: Den Second row: D4 Bottom row: Je l ,, l W l iff? r - .z ' AQ, I , 1' V.1,,t,'jf , ,At GFSQOVY Belding, Michael Zimmer, Robert Gangala, Norman Krause, Emerson Carnmack adviser' Matthew Vigliocco Scott York David Sullivan Do aid ' 1 1 , , n eefer Top row: . , naar, charles Welhl' Wllllamlaalry P f R lo M n a ' J h if 5 drow: Wi iam euter, ro. o ert e r,.a viser, o n Ros o, treasurer, A 1 ' A d ' . - . . Non . M rrie Much, Daniel Goldberg, William Milligan, Donald Bueche, HQnCi'lfneHoLl?l?,UAllanpgzhlglldi, lgflJxtai2ciJll.E-eg Hedges' advlseri Wllllam Lauer ation v provide ith more the Uni- zain, pro- ts weekly 'ILL-TV. 'Valclner Bottom row. o ' . Not in panel: David Bollng, secretary lllini Insurance Society This local professional and social group, organ- ized in l947, has as its principal objective the pres- entation of the practical side of the insurance field. Membership totals about 35 students, insurance faculty, honorary members, and soine associate Illinois Society ol General Engineers Good fellowship and professional interest are ob- 'ectives of the Illinois Society of General Engineers l as they strive to acquaint future planners with the intricacies of the working world. Industrial leaders highlight meetings with various comprehensive lec- tures on contemporary topics. members. TOP I : L ' ' , UW e0rtar.d Waldman, John Funlqllouser' Michagl 'Shermilll3lE1ObDealeGAlll?iglaum Gerald Lauterbach, Kenneth Burch, Wilbur Knutson, Russell Reuter ' ' ' ' h d Keyzer, Robert Johnson gall-ln5oy::vDe51nlsdDXlln, John Pike, William Huley, William Di m , R S b F S Sahmonas RIC ar : ' ' ' ' r r , rancl , SVI ustm, Randal Smith, Douglas Plhl, Roger Bushjnick, Hggirql srlsfdgnti James Gaffney, vice president? James Wolff Ballon' WWI Jerry Dobrovolny, adviser, Olga Ercegovac, secretary, erry ,Q Iii Us w W , v 1 f 279 mt, ,, ., Y Y Republicans Illini Illini oung v-J l i t l 3 l f ,ffl rw W U .Siva ' .,.,., ,. , A Top row: lwrrtlri Clark, Roger Groth, Ted Smith, Al Schroeder, Jane Petersen, Mariorie Young . Seventh row: Gi-orqtf Skluniclia, William Spaulding, Medley Tornow, Arthur Fournier, David Snowden, Norman Bezane, Keith McCloskey, Edwin Snow, Ji rl tl ltiiv, Rolpt-rt Scott, Ronald Fritsch ' Sixth row: Rn, Gi'-yrfr, Norman Andersen, David Buell, Rose McGuire, Fredrick McGuire, Elizabeth Garrett, George Hegeduis, Horst Seyferth, Alice Millet, Sl'--tlittw f,'.:li1,-r Filth row: J. C Ren.-rs, 'x'.'1lli.iitt Bier, Frank Miles, David Ahlberg, Robert Reuss, Robert Smith, John Means Fourth row: tt.-l-. tt--lien, l.'i.irtiia Oehnilre, Fred Michela, Joann Cleary, Barbara Druhan, Douglas Porter, Donald l-luizinga, Thomas Ewald Third row: Jolir. lr-lwiimnrt, Philip Myers, Jerry Thompson, Kenneth Traum, Garland Borne, Brian Carey Second row: Amt- Shorter, Sara Wold, Mary Brodd, Barbara Pollack, Janaan Olson, John Ames V A - 1 Nels n Gr'-rnmels, Raymond Schroeder, Lawrence Lincoln, Andrew Urban, Ruth Olson, Cora Grabill Bottom row Jury Dobvoyony, o c Ollicon-Top row: Roller butiti, treasurer, Al Schroeder, vice president, Jr-ri-,r Dcilitcyulity, lnculty .idviserg Roger Groth, publication chair- nsii, Bottom row: li-i-..i'rl Clark, nu,-inlJersl'iip chairman, Mariorie Young, 5 liliri!,' rt..i.rin.in, Jariigt Pi,-terst-n, secretary: Ted Smith, president 'St AW 5 ARD or M , or n.t.ttiiiig L ' , IBSQ 5 . 'a R 5 280 Stimulation ol political thought and devel0p- ment ol luture party leaders are tenets of the plat- lorin on which the Illini Young Republican Club is hzised. Political interests ol the organization are keyed to local as well as to national and interna- tional zilliiirs. Membership is extended to all stu- dents ztnd they are invited to participate in 21 Vfifletl' oli lively lunctions. Not only it the prolessio incrrf OIT th rltzipter ol tl members. Hi through this with their fit The hrst pu well informf ol' business. meeting is ti inent in sor cuss pertine jects relatei highlight W tltcx' visitee thztndising t Top row: Mr. S Ronald VN Seventh row: V Robert N Sixth row: Tom Groemlini Fifth row: Boy: Miller, R Fourth row: Ric Robert C Third row: Wilt Vance, D Second row: Ja Miller, Ji Bottom row: D. Thiel, De i l l 'i lwin Snow, Alice Miller, develop- the plat- can Club ation 2111? l interna- o all stu- , a varietl' L Illini Marketing Club ,,,a"mpm-ff J Notonly is the num ixrarketing Club the largest of 'fthe professional organizations in the College of Com- e on this campus, it is also the largest college CfC l P. iliiapter of the American Marketing Association. The , Q igmembers, almost all marketing majors, are seeking fthrough this organization to become better acquainted i with their faculty and with the entire marketing field, L he first purpose of this club is to keep its members il' ell informed about current happenings in the world business. An outstanding feature of each monthly i 4 effing 15 the PTCSCMHUOH Of a'SPC21kef who is Pfom' omciiiiiafiilUgi2hei22fri?6feiQi3fUfi2'fiai1ohcihsf,iinah'23 'iliiiliiml 'nent in some phase of marketing. These guests dis- flL'fegres?jjrQ,e'f Special events Chaifmenf Rfbbeff Lewis' L tcuss pertinent topics and present their views on sub- Q Q jects related to the group's interests. This year's fhighlight was a two-day field trip to St. Louis. There 3 ' they visited several large manufacturing and mer- Q chandising concerns. l V 'loproavgnxlgV?lcalRierNgrd:,istZia::ofjarliigvtgfuslllaufigjym, Prof. Richard Hill, Donald Ayers, Arthur Morgan, Martin Owens, Gerard Nugent, Richard Dubberke, SeventhRo?g:r: Alkgm1aenJVsLa,mZrnCD:gdtEeirne2'SQ Dan Angelus, Leonard Messineo, Roy Watkins, Tsutomu Tokunaga, Warren Creviston, Tom Vierk, George Balasky, Sixth rg:2erIl?mgFerguson, John Locke, Ron Wiker, John McClory, Roger Bielefeld, Alan Frazelle, Robert Cook, Peter Weiss, Neil Wiley, Paul Querns, Robert Fifthr?WxmeIlsoigZslvgrY1l??Ird,R5LtgTg airmail, Richard Barker, Larry Taylor, Edward McGrath, Charles Abercrombie, Terry Putman, Raymond Hubbs, Charles Founhlxl:g1RECg?!gnCcj2iLrgsTiismczs Gallagher, James Kelly, James Keefer, Keith Ryan, Robert Smolenski, Ardeth Clawson, Nancy Wilt, Shirley Livesay, Third rsgvricllligllg gigggtin, Juel Lee, Fred Wham, Richard Mueller, Joseph MacDonald, James Smith, Robert Brotherton, Brooke Kelley, Elizabeth Oda, Richard sewndlvmfgg -lJ3olT1i5El:3!gg?6, John Mount, Walter Guyer, Joel Segall, Maurice Roth, William Rotz, Ellen Andres, Beverly Schmaedick, Morley Johnson, George h l Brown, John Lehmann, Audrey Ostrom, Milbert Deener, Robert Lewis, Bernard Bollomjvvtfrl David Biba, Frank Biba, Richard Lee, Kenneth Helmich, C ar es ?l1-n- u l A . i . - V ' in tl J' :Q ,.. T7 'sv 5 fw ,rc N, 47 me - ' h Z' l , J d'th Roberts, Patricia Harper, Georgia Lurie, Dolores Johnson lli Y in Healy Suzanne Gowsel Adllenne CelllUrxlv'eldeJflllGailllgrrilundl l3arbara Lindh, Janet Lantz, Susan Shackter, Rosalie Moss, Coralie Hirsch, Nancy Top row: e es. , Thiyd wwg Dr,-time Cortright, Susan Packard, Martha Wo en , 2 S mndZ,yl:ndGhdfS Zirbey Heyen Rash Jane, ranstey Meredith Magenheimer, Ruth Halligan, Karen Schloemer, Tania Stringer, Elizabeth Ainsworth, Sherry Lund, C Y I 1 i I I ' Lmdll mlm ' 'd t- Claire Kaplan president, Nadine Everett, recording secretary, Barbara Boozer, treasurer, Helen Hikido, corresponding Bottom row: Linda Bezdek, vice pres' ent Secretary, Ncdra Phelps, adviser Institute ol Aeronautical Sciences The purposes of this national professional organ- l d of the theory and for students inter- llli-Sota llit' liigliligltt ol the year for this occupational J to the University of Illinois ization are to provide know e ge Jractice of aeronautical sciences l ested in the field, to provide fellowship for mem- bers, and to act as a medium between students, lac' ulty and professional men. tlic-tzipt gruttp is at trit liiispitgil in Clltii ago. The club sponsors Career Day, ltgnls Day :incl Nlotlic-rs Day exhibits, and learns gilnnit mitipgitiottzil tltcrapy by discussions, trips to liiigil liospitals. :incl sc'rt'ic'c projects. hh l Robert Patrick Charles Miller. Top row: Paul Payne, Thomas Knies, Earl Dowell, Richard Nordsieck, Marvin Kempf, Kurt Koehler, Thomas Boren, William Eic OZ, , I I Kvttltvllt E-tslvy, Donald Musholt, Henry Timmer, Gary Grody, James Clauson, Richard Davis, Harry Ekstrand, Harry Sauerwein, Robert Farquhar, Wtlltam Hainittond, Don Weiry, Raymond Adler Third row: William Casey, Tom Dziubala, Charles Strom, Ollie Ragan, Richard Hill, William Baker, Sherman Arnold, Robert Andris, Theodore Beck, William Kruse, Phillip Gchebcr, Ronald Schmitz, Alvin Buggele, Henry Stillwell Second row: Richard White, Richard Blontgren, Ronald Johnson, Kenneth Baud, Ronald Urban, Leon Knowles, Warren Fulkerson, Saunders McCord, Claude Johnson, ld-.-.tn Goozr-, Roger Johnston, Bill Boyd, Carlos Buitrago , Not in panel: Prof. Harry Hilton, adviser A, v-uni ,, y 282 -,qw XX X. P 5 i ki i' ll Top row: Nancy F Second row: Jenna Bottom row: Carol l: M I Not in pane ar Thespian united by m orclinate the versity Thea stimulates g lor member TOP row: Kennetl I Smith, Get Third row: Allan Linse, Floy St.-cond row: Wal Harley, Ck Bottom row: D93 F ,, irsch, Nancy Sherry Lund, :rresponding CES tal organ- teory and :nts inter- for mem- ilents, fac- Iharles Miller, uhar, William Villiam Kruse, aude Johnson, 1, . '-QQ :4:1.:-- :1-f ,f 97'-',e ., V ::,.,,- 3 ,ff ?,,-fgyy eff' ..-f-'FFT W ,f"' 1 - sv f J' 2 s . X , 6255- .3 L I' A r.r..,,X , 4 ' ' !a,fj,, , . 9:1555 if-r . X . l 4 I , N! 4 " A ,JW r ,,,,, 'f .n'fJv , 9? ig! sz? f 1 :Ie f QQ ., ,Y ,443 ,, I V A . Q i N c Friedl John Corliss, Ronald Winchell, Ina Starr Www: Frly Vaught, Carol Hay, Ruth Hoogerwerf, Linda 'Bond Serond row. enna g Q . Bottom row: Carol Robison, Diane Thompson, Carol Green, Merrill Hahn, Elsie Robison - N Boldt, Judith Belt, Jean Draegert, Ann Sognetest, Evan Buck, George Swift, Catherine Miller, Pat Freehill, Joseph Scott Not In panel: Margaret Helno, ancy Mask and Bauble Thespian artistry and theatrical ingenuity are united by members of Mask and Bauble as they co- ordinate their activities under the auspices of Uni- versity Theatre. Acting and working on stage crews stimulates greater appreciation of theatrical rigors lor members of this honorary society. D niel lsacson Necdet Sunay lvars Freimanis, Kent Brown, Do Mineral Industries Society Faculty and students in the Mining and Metal- lurgical Engineering and Petroleum Geology cur- riculums enjoy monthly meetings featuring semi- technical lectures related to their field. These meetings promote better understanding and fellow- ship among its rneinbers and future members. nald Hise, Fred l0P row: 'Kenneth Kamber, Dr. David Lieberman, Tom Follensbee, Bill Brzegowy, a , 1 mild Smith, George Morris, Ray Anderson, Arthur Forsyth, Thomas Read 1 , V row: Allan Eckel, Darryl Albright, Robert Stusrud, Arthur Schmidt, Gabriel Forero, Alfred Bontigllo, Daniel Stoltz, Ronald Sprague, George Roman, onne se dlmsef Floyd Wright, Rudom Wuerker, George Eadie, adviser l J Sw WH, WU FOW: Walter Bruckner, Robert Biller, Dean Rogeness, Frederick Mueller, Miguel Garza, Carl Weiss, George Grunewald, Thomas Brown, ames 1 er, n lam Harley, Charles Clark Ahmad Hariri , . dt Flo d Dollerhide, Kenneth Wood, Richard Lotter, James Yanclk B . ' . Oltom row. Dean Baseley, Marshall Meyer, Gene Wine-land, Thomas Stou , y I 283 at 'fi-be T 5-4- te-"'i, A ,as t-'Qi' ill cus an . :V arf .. i :za Hart ' ' A .Qin W A 'i ' ' P' ' S ' J ' Ch i shaaock Top row: Jognplt Scott, Mary Arbenz, John Swanson, W'ebster'Smalley, Clara Behungerie C3133 Elizabeth Hiller Norman Myers, James Morgan Second row: William Summers, Barbara Burrnan, Qenevteveulltchardaort, Bdovfnli Eklrfgahoff ' ' Bottom row: Jtfsze Summers, Margaret Heino, pa"'C'a Ffeehtll, president, I lam Not in panel: Gi-orqe Swift, secretary-treasurer National Collegiate Womens Pltysical E . Majors Club Provisions for professional guidance and experi- ence lor women enrolled in physical education. dance, health education, and recreation are matic available by the Club. Two of the annual activi- ties are a Homecoming and a Play Day for high school seniors. Xl tht tht itcr nl National Collegiate Players, , I : ' at . . ' ttstgtlilisltt-tl in 1022 heads the list ol 52 such organi- flllllllla at nicest-tit. This is a clrzttnatic l'ratei'nity stptntlittt as qi tollt-gt' unit lot the betterment ol' the coffee hour for alumnac l- tlitxtltt' in .Xtnctitzt by l'l'HJglllllllg' thc best creative t-lltitts in ttillcgt' tlt.tttt.tttts. W ' d f Nanc Weaver Judith Franzen Virginia Seiler, Ann Whiteley, Carolyn Tillema, Jeraldine Young, Ruth Top row: Doris Sherer, Sandra Zalewski, Karen ein or , y , , Wi,-thl, Sue Mittcndorf, Joel Willis, Carole Ollie, Valerie Vogel, Arlene Dothum Third row: Sheila Enirnerntan, Barbara Evers, Jolene Lansen, Dorothy Dommermuth, Jean Ikeda, Karen Anderson, Gloria Wibiral, Phyllis Piotrowski, Sarah Wrobltei L.-note Kagan, Margery Hamilton, Mina Maish, Katherine Jackson, Alberta Zelinski, Marlena Baldridge Second row: Nancy Parker, Roth Joiner, Jean Bower, Sara Bockwinkel, Nancy Hurry, Mariorie Souder, Janet Lindner, Betty Oakwood, Mary Ryan, Linda Sorrellt. l.'l.tri,' 'Htlltnttis Bottom row: Bonita Snyders, Shirley Lewis, Zelinda Bennett, Virginia Howard, Janet Greenberg, Joyce Wold, Ann Brown, Linda Hibbott, Bonita Bowrom Kathleen Tooltigy, Martlia Huxtablc, .loy Walsh Not in panel: Carlotta Btelteldt, Marsha Kain, Linda Renkes, Judith Bayer, Patricia Albee, Barbara Bradburn, Simone Drake, Marlene Moll, Peggy Meredith, Sarah Gttnznn, Patricia Dunn, Nancy Swikle, Joanne lnness, Lois Nestle, Marilyn Rank, Patricia Burnstein, Rosemary Grace, Caroline Christensen, MafY Kennel' fit-rl"-H-1 KYULH. MOHOYIU SCNIIDD, Marie Orv-fig, Donna Bell, Betty Kastran, Joanne Morasco, Eleanor Storm, Barbara Conant, Jewel Haug, Barbara Fl999Nt Jtirlith Krtrlil, Ni.t.Jref,n Charles, Denise Hile, Judith Craft, Carol Fredricksot, Joanne Nernec, Jean Schurnaker, Hildegard Schroeder, Ruth Dechant, Terrv Cohn, F-Toth Haddler, Enid Levinson, Carolyn Fleming, Kathryn Deneen, Ada Ross, Barbara Patterson, Sharon Williams, Kay Kirk, Louise Volkstorf, Barber! Verity, Kirtltertne Hatnudur rl A s 4 ' p..,,, 284 L x ,Nfl .raise "at 9 s-ns - ,J - S is, sus23S"fiig- a-ENG 11 3 as 1 .1- agcsss . il 'ff il -X we , 5.x'1'.asaii 53 ff,.:l99' i t ' .it it ,TEES --sv ' X also Y 'E is ,-iq t , i , ti so , 'fi ' -regatta ga ' . f t V ,Q 1 t, 4 Jia.. Asks . ii X. S tu L X . . - s s Top row: Clark Bi Third row: Prof. l O, Ftelde, secretary Second row: Prot Bottom row: Don Five fraterni weather in t f v ,i J fr, ,. I T Q Q- 1, Ed. nd experi- education, are made iual activie r aluninae ne Young, Ruth , Sarah Wrobke, , Linda Sorrellsf Jwron, Kathleen Meredith, Sarah , Mary Kenney, Barbara Fleegefr Dechant, Terrv alkstort, Barbara , , v '!""GC7Ta X 'F-345 B6 A d Toth Peter Lendrurn Orlando Cabanaban Brian Whittenkeller, John Ripley, Frank Raymond Jerry Re E t Phl son ro Top row: Clark Butts, n rew -, . , l , Third row: Prof. Driver Lindsay, Brian Larson, vice president, Robert Drews, William Cook, William Shaw, Thomas McCoy Wayne Ottoson rns I :pp O. Fielde, David Dobberman, Robert Lrtvan, Robert Kennedy, Max Schmidt, Robert Amico, Prof. Gabriel Guerekian David Bash Larry Adams Henry Bahr secretary h D A - U Second row: Prof. Phillip Lewis, Anthony Tantillo, historian, Lawrence Williams, Fred Moyer, Kenneth Wagner, treasurer Theodore Mularz presi en Bottom row: Donald Evanson, Neil Frankel, Larry Ray, Prof. Frederick Miles Scarab Fraternity "Sketch Hike," an annual spring picnic-type out- ing with wives and dates, highlights the school year lor members ol this professional architectural fra- ternity. "Karnak Temple" was the name given to the original fraternity upon its founding in l909 at the University ol Illinois. Five fraternity men are well dressed for Champaign-Urbana Kay McLey, Carole Stackhouse, a t the Chi Omega trio, perform one of their numbers weather in their Stunt Show act. 0 l Sc , 1-, A 'ft ,: Q 3 J, : ': ,. , I get Q2 'I 'l ' J --' H lx i E I n Rimprccht Carolyn Brash Barbara Westbrook, Patricia Bur .RL 1-Vi ifgiaftfs nsrein, Joan Ernst, Roberta Grimes, Lindley Crouch, Arlene Cullen, Roberta Coburn Top row: 'vuy it - A, 1 , Third viii?ltbiiifilrlilfcxilyric:golf-dallireriincycllgeterson, Joan Anderson, Janice Keren, Judith Buehler, Suzanne Gourse, Sandra Marlin, Barbara Auble, Eleanor Storm, Margie condgibliiclldoihilolib lilgcilwdjilace Papendick, Nancy Wilder, Toby Wiley, Frances Barnburg, Willis Ward, Joanna Zubaty, Judith Krubl, Laura Quinn, Miriam Donath, BottornilrlolwllcJtllliilirl3?ehiw, Phyllis Fox, Bonnie Auble, Carol Flamm, Janice Dunlap, Caryl Campbell, Elynor Keyser, Hedda Stark, Sue Manley S h ' , Harry Fara, Richard Szwiec Not in panel: Robert Bohl, Doris Ornstein, lvon c eier Omron-Top row: Toby Wiley, Joanna Zubaty, Judith Krubl, Willis Nrird, iid-mar-r Bottom row: L.iur.- Quinn, Francis Bamburg, Miriam Donath Not in panel: ll.irb.ir.i Flevger gk . V' I, tw as C ll' 5 1 .-" V 7 v-.. l . J . -' 286 Men and women with membership in this or- ganization are offered an opportunity to ex- press themselves by means of creative dance study, composition and performance, and, also, they have an opportunity to stimulate an appre- ciation and an understanding of the art ol dame in the community. By participating in the var' ious planned functions, members can luiiliut' ioster their own standards of performance. First. however, members must obtain in through tryouts and by showing an in terest in the art of dance. ln conjunction with the on I Festival, Orchesis, each year, spo 5 one concert, the proceeds of which go mtoia scholarship fund used to send one or more of 15 members to study dance during the summer months. Participants in this spring concert Pre' sent their own creative work. The name "Orchesis" is taken from the Greek embersliip tense in- C tem Jorary Arts nsors at lC1lSl word meaning movement. From this same Wofd' as modem was derived what is known to US dance, an exciting outlet for creative impulse This form oi expression is based upon the nat' ural movements of the human body and upon the universal controlling factors of time, SPM' and energy, Incl The India I giiniration witi miitacts among siiv. lt fosters grains designe iizmding. ln ilw Fourth Cc Nlidwestern U giucnded the tlliarge d'Aflai ul' honor. Th tion on Auguf who were the with the Farr gilllll,1lllOll cel ,Xugust l5, ll piiigiaiii in tl TOP row: Manyam Ramesh Saxe Third row: Rama Ki Gopal Chdur Shanti Kham Second row: J, Jag murty, vice Chatorai, Mi Bottom row: Jagan Pravinchandi yi. ,, ia .it Qi l I r ' .ef ti ,Mn ,Q 1 t,g',sQ y . . d , I g India Stu ent l 2 . . , 5 Association The India Students' Association is a social or- iberta Coburn, Storm, Margie Airiam Donath, ip in this or- unitv to ex- eative dance ce. and, also, ate an appre- 3 art ol dance g in the var- ran lurther finance. First. membership n intense in- nporarv Arts isors at least gh go into 21 or more of HS the summer 5 concert PW' om the Glfek is same word- , motlefll ve irnpUl59' on the TW' ls and UPON ce, IS II tri III if I time, Wa E ganization with the general purpose ol developing the Indian students at the Univer- intellectual, cultural and social pro- desi ned to promote international under- grams g ndin .In une, 1958. the association sponsored contacts among sity. It fosters sta g I the Fourth Convention ol Indian Students ol the Midwestern United States. More than E350 delegates attended the convention. Mr. I-larishtvar Dayal, Charge d'AfIaires, Embassy ol India, was the guest of honor. The Association also arranged a recep- tion on August 2 for the South-East Asian Students who were then visiting the campus in connection with the Farm Youth Exchange Program. The or- ganization celebrated India's Independence Day on August 15, and presented the Festival of Lights program in the fall. Left to right: Chalam Metra, president David Dodds HGUYY. President of University of lllinots Harishwar Dayal, Charge d'AHaires, Embassy of India and guest of hOf'1OI'1 L. R. Sethe, cultural artache, Embassy of India h D v Raheia Paramesw Aran Suresh Chandra, Satish Jha, O. P. S. Sin Top row: Manyam Srinath, Onkar Srivastava, Sunkara Rao, Sushil Gupta, Raiinder Sing , e , , Thirdfarnesh Saxena, Zile Singh, Laxmikant Joshi, Chatorai, Jai Krishna, Mori Moolani, G. S. Lavania, Laxman Singh, Ariun Aggarwai Ow. Rama Krishna U. Rao, Dhirailai Desai, Joseph Xavier, Venkata C. Chalapati, Darshanlal Wasan, Yeshwant Nene, Bhalchandra Karlekar, Rarnmohan ao Gopal Chdudhury, Manesh Shrikant, Nani Chakra-ferry, Dwarika Singh, G. V. Desai, H. N. Ghosh, B. B. Chatteriee, M. D. Misra, Raniit Dhar, Yedatore Rao S dShanti Khanna, Devendra Gupta ewn ww: J-Djaganhadhan, Bhubanananda Ray, Murty Rao, Saroia Metra, Prabhavati Krishnamurty, Rama Krishnamurty, Lakshmi Krishnamurty, G. G. Kris na party, YICE president, Venkata C. Metra, president, Robert Schuiteman, Dean of Foreign Students, Promila Gupta, secretary, Krishna Mehra, treasurer Boho auffali Mlmlpalli Sarma, social chairman, Anand R. Kelkar, Asok Kar V I h y y 'T' WW- Jagan Krishnamurty, Amika K. De, Janeshwar Upadhyay, Ved Dewan, C. R, Gangopadhyay, Debaiyoti Aichbhaumik, Bharat Bhatia, Dayal Motlramani ' Deb endu Ghosh Pfavinchandra KaDakia, Dhananiay Patel, Amita Bharfinst Bhattacharyya, y FB 1, -. 5,-12. L . 2 l Stim ert Donna Neely Sally Osborne . . t. 1 F k , Ph ll' B k , J d'th Kannmacher, Shirey p 1 t f , , , I szlaarlfiviasllmgrligfasotgclldac Marly Eablilsril Milly' Arndt, Mada Beauchamp, Barbara Laprrteron, Marcia Crosby, Karen Strock, we president: Ann Price. president, Linda Kannmacher, secretary - , A k M ', 1 . Bollom row- Ralph Muon' Club Sponsor' Jac alcacg rgasblrel Hardy, Joan Hottes, Janet Schleper, Suzanne Schuettner, Martha Sklles Not in panel: Barbara Duncan, Anita Elder, Carol Enrico, ar ara The Secretzttsiztl Club strives to aid its members by provicliiig ott-tltc'-job trztining in twenty-hour work wc-cfks coot'clinzttc'cl with reclucecl zicademic logtcls. ,X lmtisiitc-ss lcztcltct' ecluczttiott or secretarial tiutining inztiot' may quztlily lot' the program that olli-ts gin opportitttity to c-ztttt wltile learning. Society lor Advancement Ol Management A tour of an Illinois industrial plant and guest speakers from Midwestern businesses are two ways the Society for Advancement of Management stim- ulates student interest in management. Membership in University of Illinois chapter is open to all inter- ested students of sophomore standing. Tap row: Chat Second row: I Bottom row: l Top row: Ronald Ulm, Robert Denomy, Gerald Gersey, William McDermott, Robert Boscher, Lester Barnes, Ronald Day, Frederick Pratt, Thomas MacNeish, Joseph Kloinia, Glen Goodwin, Arthur Bretscher, Fred Anderson, Joseph Epkins, Jerry Stout, Charles Leung Third row: Edward Lee, Rooer Jeffers, Thomas Hagerty, Gerald Hudson, Harry Sachrison, Henry Weistart, Thomas Liston, Virgil Reed, Howard Jenrte, Clarence Rep.-esenfaf Jackson, James Phillips, Matthew Pedote, Charles Thomas, Elmer May, Lawrence Baggerly, Jan Jongbloet im Ort t ' Second row: Marvin Newport, Leslie Shatter, adviser, Tee Biermacher, treasurer, Juel Lee, vice president, Shirley Livesay, Rosemary Anderson, Ronald Bolda, sec- D an l rulfiry, Charles H.-tgener, presidcnt, Charles Philblad, vice presidentp Ronald Wiker, Prof. Merten Mandeville, adviser Bottom row: Franklin Gurney, Albert Ashurst, Richard Ehrman, Leslie Hofzfman, Gerald Brodsky, Ronald Groemling, John Phillips, Ranse Kesl, Jack Snader Not in panel: Richard Adams 288 Ann Price, ent l guest 'J ways t stim- tership l inter- sh, Joseph 1, Clarence Eolda, sec- gt, S x ,V I , ,W -an exams mme :Mem f rf I I B... t ' Top row: Charles Lewis, Leonard Peterson, Bobby Scheller, Dennis DeLaura, George Miller, Duane Harwick, Joseph Wiswall, Philip Bowen Second row: Adrian Crook, Paul Payne, Richard Maxwell, Silas Strode, John Freeberg Bottom row: Donald Bailey, Arlan Martin, Norman Reinbold, Robert Screen, Hemant Sathe Society of Automotive Engineers Vlie Society ol Automotive Engineers strives to qnclugtint students in this Held with the professional Qtsper tx ol :intoinotive design, development, and re- st-xtrili. Nlentlaers compete in presentation of tech- nit :tl papers. Outside speakers ure regularly invited to IJl'k'sL'llL new idents in meetings. Representatives to the Model United Nations seriously ponder A fYPiC3l Illini Organization man fakes time OUT ffom his bUSY important issues concerning world peace. activity schedule. 341117 289 flirh SP' W.S f 1,1 llnu ki'X I.. 32.11, ll'Illll .M Nk.llll . Hmm-1 .mms In mslulv lln a1mlm1gg1.r .am HI ll ,1r1llll.11I Rxllll ull V- lmplmi !',!NLl'lll.l1 s .nl .nn U Womens Sports Association f rf Q x n f f Jfhfj W k I- 'UHIHH ,V .tl 'HQ-IH ,,iCl'i-ed s A Activities Fieldhockey basketball vollexlyill lencing 'oll' 50 all tennis, tumbling apparatus bwclinin n ice skating 'ire 'nnong the activities olle' r ie Women s bports Association. The Ol'0"ll1.',' - ' aims to provide recreation 'ind to prom dersliip through sports progrnns. .All gradua 1undergr'1du'ite women 'ire eligible to Jar- 'Pate in the varied events. I 'ultlition to ' Days with other colleges 'intl universities. In th Pfmg, trophies are awzwdecl to winners ol each ' the basketball vollevball 'incl bowling tourna- ments at an Awards and Inst'ill'ition Dessert. To We S' ' I ls y 1- " ' , 4 ' i g v l I , , s '- 4 1 1 1 to , and i .N 1 k - red by tl 1 or lltl tion L ' me lea h k 1 C te -.- ixs Bk C L L K I . s UU L 7 N n . N .1 regular intramural progrznn. XX .bn-X. sponsors bports D 4 6 'V Qp i ' r tug 5 . . . ol li i f L ' L s ' ,.,. . . . . . . Q iams i i L 1 T Greenberg ldine Young ' 1 encourage membership. XV.5.fX. 'iwirtls '1 trophv to the house that has the highest percentage ol par- ticipation. ll','0u're doing homework for P.E.W. l23, or if you're just relaxing, :asletball is challenging as well as fun. lt's not as easy as it looks to gain poise on the balance beam. This W.S.A member makes it look like an interesting diversion. it , ff, v I. 'f 4. on The flfl mcqijef. Members of W.S.A. are aided in gaining skills in many team sports. l-lere during a time-out girls get pointers on volleyball. 291 reel' Q X, . nv X, ,M 4, . l 1 0 I A Student Industrial . of l. Floriculture Engineering Society Club ' i ' NIIN ulllllnm ln tiling in mil-tm ilu uiiiui I ' 1 in -il ilu lili mm .ui-l lm 'ul lm ilu in mix lllrrll Nlmiimix ilu' i.u1iilnu+ ,ol 'D , ' ', 'xlluq' ul llutxflt ii, X 'I xr x W A 1IX.lllll' nl X.lllllll.ll Illini-1 XX'i'i'L .mil .NMS HF' """":0':' ilu-iii l'llllNl uluili ilu l'ii1u-unix ullvh mil: If H--'Aww L ft..n 0 lfllllIlllNlN'Illll1'Nlllt ul llllIl1llN v- ln Sunni! low 'Jniil luliom row Y' I J f'l l'v i 1 1-I TA , 1 1 15 f R A ie' , ' ,- -4 -a , .4 Q ,X X? Vx E I, F - X i 3 ' . an if -0 ga 41 i 5.1, T! 'lr' We, Jon Dickson homas Rossing, .ouis Antonelli, Zel le, Bernard UTC community flowers i11 campus ob- assists in a Ts each fall O I I Q K Religious Crganization XfVit11 st dent ' l C 1 ' - . lau hter andl cliatlerubnldslileogleiilm prayer at 3 mldweek VCSPCT SCfV1CC, with the 4 c L I - . , , ,g d 1, '15 ff5VCH1Hg supper gatherings, with the triendly smiles an warm welcomes ot tl1e toundation open houses-with 311 these We see tl1e value and functions ot religious organizations on our campus. These groups, Latholic, Protestant, or lewish, l1ave as a common goal the greater em phasis of religion as an essential part of a student's life. D t' ' t this end one as Ject f 1 1 -k - ' evo-mg time and elfgrt O , 1 1 0 t 16 moi of these students is to provide valuable service for the campus and co1111nun1ty in their several assistance and charitable projects. O11 these pages are pictured the members of these groups-fellow Illini who strive for a developmentlin college years that includes not only the strenuous academic and tl1e rollicking social aspects, but also the changeless comfort and guidance of tl1eir campus church. Baptist Student Foundation This organization seeks to Fill tl1e spiritual needs of students, laculty, and stafl. Through fellowship in worship, study. evangelism, and missionary outreach, it nurtures a Christian iaith relevant to each indi- vidual, to our university community, and to the world. Top row: James Reiter, Kenneth Kreitner, Richard Stumm, Ronald Schmidt, Charles Liang, Richard Jacobs, Robert Taylor, Robert John I Sh Ch Fourth row: Harold Harris, Homer Dyal, Maran Ding Wa, Ralph Love, William Fedderson, James Elliott, .David Hoover, Robert Fry, James Car , Mou u ao, Richard Reichelt, David Berry, Adolphus Dabney, Kendall Cole, Donald Nelson, Carl Schuetze, William Magnuson H Q k D. CHI Third low: Raymond Duewer, Wayne Lundberg, Robert Hansen, Frederick Bunning, Jeanne Bleuer, Marilyn Hawkins, Evelyn Reeder, Maggargtl yln Ii lanes h 1 iii, Carol Wysup, Carol Barrett, Dorothy Wood, Amelia Boozer, Mag' Cgionnor, Judith McClane, Danielle Burton, Sandra McCaslin, San ra pitzer, anice c ue , Yu-Lan Chang, Jerry Hogan, Riley Walters, John Hall, Dennis ra en h , , . Second row: Cordell Reed, Dell Rogers, Bobbie Murphy, Sylvia Jackson, Juhdith Roudez, Mary Corliss, Erb Blakney, Bennie Young, Mildred Stanley, Ruby Minton, ll ll Anna Boug an ' ' S' mie Blakney, Philip Young, Angela B H Martha Johnson, Mary Sue Wedegaertner, Jean P i ips, I M H ld H R h d Corhss John Rogers lm - ' ' ' ' o er, ic ar f 1 , O om row- Manfred Rong' Donald Lmdholm' John Meme, Damia Oiitqerr, Sohald Vllledegaertner, Robert Phillips, Charles Hall, Peter Knight, Haydn Ambrose, Young, Albert Stanley, Arthur Adams, Stanley Scholl, Davi ne Al Rrniinh ya Christian Science Organization Ba ' Nllliill I Ivilijlwllx .-iii?-iilliiw 1 , Hliiil lliulixllllx iil ' W'-if iii iii -.ill . itil Rabbi Rudmvsky. L -!i,i1M " ' ' H '-" ' - ' ,-,. -,, .'.., . i Q 1-, 1,'f,. ' Q Y 1 n "lXlI row George Teramoto Lowell Hedges, Max Sinkler, Norman Virden, Gale Hill, Harold Murphy, Archie Hooser, Buan Smith l T Z 1 Bglllom row: Judith Gabel, Mary Gabbert, Deloris Maulding, Barbara Hooser, Carolyn Tullis, Nell Magee, director Baptist Student Union Canterbury Association Activities of this Episcopal Student group cen- ter around the Sunday evening Supper Club. Meet- ings begin with devotions, which are followed by Students of this Southern Baptist organization are given an opportunity to participate in evan- gelistic, devotional, missionary, and social activi- ties with the Baptist Student Union. As a volun- supper and a program. Programs this year featured tary affiliate of a state and national organization, talks by faculty members and missionaries and, it is led by student and adult directors, during Lent, discussions of a religious book. T09 row: Robert M'll J A h R' h d B tk D 'cl F d ' k, Fielder Dowding A Third row: Robert bcialt, tfirdadfiery HCo:l?olt,lcClEyrde Fieeer'lian,al.lbanr:Z sieiierick, Jillian Beardwood, Meryll Moyle, Frederick Eelntugnthony Vtlu 1 Pew Arvedson vice Second YOVQ: Louis Gaiennie, Carol Frank, Virginia Lindquist, Arvvin Lindquist, treasurery Robert Riggs, presidentp Nancy C rel er, SGCFGIBFY, Y I presldem R b C a Smith, Alice Gaar, Mary Willis, Thomas Broughton, Robert Arroyo, Barbara Mathews, John Berton Bottom row: Rev. F. S. Arvedson, Mrs. F. S. Arvedson, e e c ittttimisratnatt K bs.. '75 ,T . 3 s arm ' ez I is t' is ,, 1 1 l I ! , K K 2. H l I , f , i l Q . Q F 1 "3 . Q ,lk 'sf-E k . J I Q, 59 K - '. V R, ' Q as Q -L , " t lx 1 . , V 4 'Jr 4 ,Q at 1 1 rs' ' 'i ,I An A ,A,, .,,-.,,. lf.1'f""l --- ' ' . 2 1 r ,, Kr..-ml 'OW -- . I hfvlmn IOW t I , N,-I in parm Disciples Student Fellowship Gamma Delta 1-iiiiziii llillillii'lx1li'l1i.ili1rli.il.issiiix.iImll1ils Xin-in i l ' -li rim I-I Ili: l llllltl.llI l lilllill Xllsvbllll NXll1vil,l'isli1 I l iiiilli .il ' X' V ' lf - ,i girl-gi iiii 'il lliiisimii lxll1lUlt'1lQl' .mil si-nur li-. , A , Nlimliiill N - I g- :1--ii ili.ii-iii lllINlllilll1ltN Niimlax mi-iiiiigg lill--ni 1 ,Y . flllltl l l 211' ltlflllllllw, lIIltlt't1l'L Xt'xln1'lx, lllxillxxlilllx, ,lllll Hi I ' , lil 1X I a " i Ulllll.lllllNllXI1l'lllIbll'llN ll ,Illtl ' ' "" v .-f l mv , l' "el I "" i , in 1 A 1 '.'ra! '--'Wa x ' t 'I I W' 1 'vi' 4,1 vu- D 'Q lr "ll 'Dr' .i.'. 5 ' D r in I lo:" ' A il l"""'l """' n -"i I'.f,vmm noe. i,s'v l i ef, Marie Ort Brazle of stu- fosters e. For fellow- nd rec- :ahn Heid- d, Norma Sling, sec- n, Gladys T w: Edward Lewis, Erwin Epstein, Morris Levine, Errol lmber, St t M sh, A ld C f . A '- SSE rg W. Gary Friedman Lorna Klorfine, Ronald Robbins, Sabra Goldiiarie, Rgbbi BlennciaminarRSdavl:lSy?h.Fdiari4eSdiZick on rgw. Phyllis Winkler, Enid Levinson, Maxine Kessie, Claudia Goldman Bottomr : 1 . t l Not in panel: Lynne Alderman, Sheila Robinson, Edith Rybell, Cyna Shapiro Hillel Foundation Among this year's events sponsored by Hillel Foundation were the appearances of Martha Shlamme and Theodore Bikel. Hillel also pre- sented Dads and Mothers Day teas, an art contest and exhibition, a Channukah party, a Purim carni- val, and a varied athletic program lor its members. Illini Christian Fellowship This group at the University of Illinois is dedi- cated to presenting the claims of Jesus Christ and of man's relationship to Him. The 100 members of Illini Christian Fellowship have joined upon agree- ment with their Article of Faith and a promise to follow their three basic aims. J h H ll resident, Ben Tokunaga k R r Gulick Lenard Meyer Joseph Corbett, o n 6 , P Top row: William Jacobus, Lesta Elliott, Elizabeth Childs, Dorothy Star , oge 4 , . 1 h ,H, Edward Morris, Edmund Mason, vice president, Mariorie Bengtson, Cornelia Carnes, Wilma Hollenback, secretary: Jo n Wi rams . lr Second row: Patricia Schultz Bonnie Malcor Charlene Sprankel, Jim White, Terry Monison, David Handscomb, Robert Cheathman, Buan Smith, Paul Bo liger ' ' I ' ' S ndra McArthur, Daniel Nystrand, Roland Hanson b WH - 1 or CaVYl ThOrr1, John Harris, Mary Bohr, John Kreiser, D. H. Ofiner, sponsor, 6 . Bottom row: Alma Aoyagi, Martha Wohlschlegel, Margie Keele, Suzanne Brooks, Judy Anderson, Linda Bezdelc, Carene Erwin, treasurer, Bar ara ,. , .. .. .. . .. r-ra-- c...--.fm Xlirninia Ford, June Kurz, Jean Nysfrand, Diana Chiles, Phyllis Younger ' "" 7'J"'f...4'55bdnYsMA.,,, , , H., af" , ir UD . - x., 1 a 1 . B I ,L T-ii' 'HU' N' ',u ' ' ' in Y ' ' ' K 1 vow - .!., ,U .I Q rx McKinley Foundation McKinley Foundation Choir Student Council lin I N.Li1'il Khin Mi-ii lm 'ii' f'1ii-- if will iii init-1111 1 ,, ' i liillivl. i L i . .V -' f n. ..,. '- 'uv uw- 1- fx '- ff" ,H WI- ill ' kyrgg ,TT ' .. NIKE -La idlili L I -Mw- ' 5. 47? W7 'tl ' g I ' 1 , . 6 , i w-4 . A 'O fi Q X -was-: A V an I nun" navy," A4 K Y, Richard L Douglas UCF: Susan n, Marilyn g, Donald row: James Hermetet, Leroy Wiiki, Alvin Wire, treasurer, Judy Laird, Carol Anderson, ' ' ' - Top Sykes, Bill Nelson, Glenn Tl1OfSOn, Robert Packertham, Larry Larsen, Vern Bushboonllilalfagltrir BleligihtonfdsfglfddXll?dli'aFberilceBllQellkapnerl Hans I-Ushgl Thomas Second row: Priscilla Laird, secretary, Carol Shack, Sharon Garman, Charlene Flack, Francis Meinders vide president- Howard Seizinyer Pastor G bbel dv' r- Karl Gobbel, Mrs. Gobbel, Karen Gobbel, Mariorie Swanson, Patricia Sorenson, Byron Jones, president- Jerry 'Twedt g I O I a 'Se I Bottom row: David Ahlberg, David Johnson, Gary Howe, Robert Switzer, Jim Smith, Lee Jensen, Calvin Frantz, Jim Mitchel, Robert Schmelzer, John Hockman, Harry Rowell Lutheran Student Foundation The program ol the Lutheran Student Founda- tion provides opportunity lor study, worship, serv- ice, counseling, fellowship, and recreation, thereby enriching the moral and spiritual values ol its mem- bers. The foundation is the agent of the National Lutheran Council at the University. Seabury Foundation Named in honor of the late Ruth Isabel Seabury, Seabury Foundation serves as a student center of the United Church of Christ. The foundations program includes weekly Sunday supper clubs, study groups, service projects, work days, an annual banquet, and retreats. TOP row: Rev. John Fitzgerald, director, Douglas Pihl, Diana Lambert, Phil Jones, David Henning, COfI'GSD0ndin9 SGCFGTGVYI Jane Buland, Ralf Mueller, PST WBSCl1ef ' ' ' ' ' ' - l B b Hamm, Mary Smith, treasurer gecond row: Sandra Curtis, Jim Charnbliss, Ginny Seller, Pat Montsomerya pre?Sent,CJohn CE:-lifelrk BL ara ottom row: Dale Traxler, Pat Edwards, Diana Carter, Mary Hafer amp, ary en owan, 1 auc. l , . . , Not in panel: Sandra Ayers, recording secretary, Michael Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard West, John Brllingsly, Ken Spangler, Phyllis Keene, Don Huizinga, Bill Wheetley, Nancy Owens, Maynard Suhre -:, 'Q 299 -ini .nn in ' Q ..- I s qv' 4' -pf" -sf' W 1 F 1M-naw A-"Q fgsumm vow 1 Nr! In UMW' Newman Foundation U . mflmuxuz, .rf :Ima w!.1l4 lvl .V K 1:11-xnllx x Mp mv. lf. hfnnd low lumm :gn Hn! nn pam-:I a.. 1 . ' . il Chnplamn Yup lou fr ' 'J' N' lmlnm no v . ' Mx'ql Rev. Ed' OV 1 ,iff Top row: Donald Sommerfeld, Richard Lovekamp, Roger Pyatt, Charles Scheck, George Tagge, Dale Smith Bottom vow: Mrs. Ove Ueeerbv, Rev- Eugene Klue, pastor: Henry Essio, Audrey Gronerr, Martha Wollenweber Not in panel: Robert Hagemeyer, Robert Herschbach, Deloris Gregory, Virgil Rosendale, Thomas Hecht University Lutheran Chapel Council Seeking to meet the spiritual needs ol campus life, this group gives students opportunities lor cor- porate prayer, song, study ol' the Scriptures, and sponsors credit courses in religion. The student center provides zi fine library :md recrezitional lu- cilities for students to enjoy. W sley Foundation Student Council The VVesley Foundation, an agency of the Meth- odist Church, fosters religious education and social development for students. Councilmen, chosen by the members of Mlesley Foundation, direct the vari- ous activities of the group. Students are provided with religious contexts by the program. h l W l Barbara Birks Jane Anderson Barbara Barnstable TOP row: Una Allen, Ruth Cunningham, Virginia Weible, Marian Baker, Carol Joos, ar es -oven, , I . G Second row: Judson Parker, treasurer, Sarah l-lofsas, vice president, Rev. Newell Davis, associate directory Mrs. Wendell St. John, program associate, ene Hollingsworth, president, Elizabeth McHose, secretary B0H0m row: Don Hopkins, James Melton, Charles Lewis, Roger Higgs, David Lamb, John Basye No' in Panel: Joseph Miller 301 ,..q4-A7-'pdf' 'rv Armed Forces Council ff Q av' ' rm XVrllr.rm',4 Army Yr '1 C,:.ul1l1.rrr1, fmrxu, LJ ilrfv, fklr F rfju, .rl D.rr.rrfr- rr 1 IH Vehrrrr Ur crr 4- r,rr-. Pr rr rung yvulr-rr1.r', -, hcrvru. s -- nyg David Day cere- , - .9 . 'Q' vt .. X J' X Cadet Col. Roger Nichols Col. Paul Steinbeck, commandant Katherine Parker sponsor Army Council The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps came into existence the same year the University was founded and has constantly grown in strength and popularity throughout the years. At the present time, seven branches ol the Army are represented in the Cadet Brigade. These branches are: Infantry, Artillery, Corps ol' Engineers, Signal Corps. Quar- terinaster Corps, and Ordinance Corps. The gov- erning body ol the Corps ol' Cadets is the Army Rigrowz Cadet ALI. Col. Joseph Miller, Cadet Lf. Col. Roger Nichols, Cad om 'DWI MBI. Edmund Pickett, Cadet Lt, Col. James James, president Council composed of senior cadet officers from each of the seven branches. The group acts as a sounding board for RCTC affairs and as a liaison between the Commandant and the cadets. Upon successful completion of lour years in the ROTC program and graduation from the University, cadets receive commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army of the United States and are called to active duty in the branch of their choice. C d t Ca T Robert Ed et Lt. Cal. Douglas Stutz, a e D. 5 Cadet Mai. Edgar Madsen, secretaryg Capt. Jack Burns .1 A Army On Review '0U'f"' vw' '- .'..1"r.'f: n:f'f' ""'V ,- ,,. - . '.5nf,,wfwf"' ,.1,..v. , Sum W' pnldw W .--,.,.. .,l 'rx X Q 0, and n Q .- 1 V , 'ffaffmff " e ll ,.sip.bi,36J iq 'ilk Egg' .', ff 4 ,A -vzvzyw 44 3, . ,,,, , 1.4 , M, W, gm.: -4,.,.f -wwf f V 4. M., , , ,V .my Ig, - 1 f 1 Bills, We learned by doingg hand to hand combat was hard to learn, but we had to learn in order to be prepared for war G . 5, 52232 . - ' . - W'th 30 ound pack and a lO pound rifle on our backs Pa My l ll we marched on a supposedly five mile night march. H f fl v Q i ,f,.v4' , Z ' mfjfff la ,f 7:2 l ll 4 , in f I' 1 A 1 5 .4 , f , 4 Y A 5 3 p 'i I 4 5 '. E 1 Cad.-n pun IH :cv-cw w v .v 1 ,U : ,- Tom Walker and Robert Ncwth are rccmucnt-, cf :hr Gy. WOYC 0"-'GV"""' 5 . K, . . . V , , CML 5-..,,,,w,.r tumgm-.heal Mnlitarv Studcnt Award for mnsinndmg .xchmwf """"' 'U' "W Q mvnt, Air Force I using lx ll P '-'-III ll' 'luv Xl illllll A 'H' llmla '-' HHH! W' VII lui V! xl Hum ' Xlrllll 01" 'H'-11 nn ' 'fl 15 l"1'llIN xx ' - x , N ch tp - . hs. 4. ,',Q.r 4 .A I I aff l n c gy ,.., has-.. 1 .1 1' 1 5 'V A ' , f ,I in 'he Dis- achieve- I. AFROTC Detachment No. 190 Cadet Wing Staff-Top row: Raymond Grammerer, Edward DeLong, Scott Walker, Charles Finch, Barbara Wilford, Richard Bauer Bottom row: Roger Tinney, Thomas Walker, David Cade, Saunder McCord, Larry Hooker Flying is the keynote of the Air Force ROTC pro- gram where cadets man aircraft in flights ranging lrom base visits to cross country flights. New emphasis was put upon flying when it was l0tmd that our Air Force was top-heavy with non- flylng, non-trained oilicers. Revzunping ol its pro- gwrn for future officers was begun. First two years of the four year training progrztni Hit devoted to basic studies which survey the role ol' fmAl30Wer in the national defense. Advanced train- 'llg bffgins with the junior year. ,, t y W.-W, . 1 Q -4.'W475Z7i7 s ff! . nd in front of an Air C clets David Cade and Dick Bauer sta Fgrce T-28 'training Plane af Hondo Ar Force Base' Texas' I ncnald Nlnllrl ' .Q XX 1-will ,414 4 .1 Air Force in Action X ,--Qntlrw ,,1 f Yflyb AFRO-rc Cade, JL J, Y 1,1Lx.3 fwff -ww .1 wqvklv flagh! frfm Clmfmtc 1 . , ,. I Ccnlrol tower complcxmcs miruim- 'mv U numicd AVROTC C-Nl' ND, Counci Snond row' K' Imaam vow' 'X llu' xr fr .lwllllll if'll1'll ui l :mul Sl ,mi nu llw i'lHL'l llll Hu' I 'UH .nm 1 mlm! H lluf llln , ,f-Ni' mul 'HH f, A fikias:-A I nr Iqffl, . ' Z F 'Nl umm' K . " x Dlllilll A 1 Unix lm F-J llllllllvlg ,' w M11 ' if Q, f Ffnslunll I I I lfllll I QV- 2, ,. W, 'MH' M I' 4 -In ilu- N 'lL'l1lllr'1l fn lla. I o V XJXX f ' "Hum , N !"lllIll X I 1 ' 4 if .1 mow' , fnfirw Q .A ianute. cadets. ,. M,fffv1:":. mfffzfzwmafaf Cfaznmffjwr ff to . f fff f ,f-. . f f. ff ,l ww, ' f ' , , M5001 jf, . at df ,',' "'?':-f-- Navy Council-Top row: Ronald Coplan, Charles Vrhel, Edward Cleveland, Melvin Brent - J hn Conant, William Lewis, Jerry Weibel, Charles Seibold, Gregory Jordan, Richard Costa, Lon Rademacher Second row. Charles Orr, o . I Bottom row: Anthony McCarthy, Jerry Williamson, Thomas Gabbard, Stephen Groves, Richard Schaeffer Navy The young men of America are well prepared to assume those responsible positions of commis- sioned officers in the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps because ol their train- ing in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program. The University of Illinois is one ol the 53 col- leges and universities selected from within the United States to administer this otlicer training. The Illinois Unit is comprised ol approximately three-hundred carefully selected young men who HTC preparing for future service in the Navy and Marine Corps. During their four years ol school, midshipmen study both naval science and tactics. During the summers, the midshipmen participate in interest- 1-Ugworld-Wide training cruises to augment their l0l'mal training with a practical background. Upon graduation, midshipmen receive comnnsa WHS HS Ensigns in the Navy or Second Lieutenants In the Marine Corps and are given immediate as- Slgnments to active duty. D Phe principal governing body ol' the NROTC 15 Navy Council which governs and coordinates the acflvities of the entire NROTC unit under the di- leq ' . . HOU of the Protessor ol Naval Science. rs? 3392 2411 ff 1 0 : 0 3 - o 5 Z o - 3 DJ :I an 3 3. P' f' o 1 rn :J cn D! :s Q. fn -1 f" f' rn 0 J UJ -1 Q. JP -1 rn : -. ui rn P -4 :- o 3 D! U. 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Q-vrff. Zu!-1111-.rg Nunn, S-mdfd SCI'I""b' S ' A 111. 1.41111 51 1311.11 Z'L I 1 al IOP vow: 1 1-1111 1wI ,I 'N111 'loud ,ov lure Zenom 'JI I Ihnd ,O 1 ,. 1101 1, La" second vice :onding sec. treasurer members l invited ir Christ- All the Jok them tha Chi's en house ie Christ- ,lled with .lpha Chi a dinner- all Alpha Q toys for Diane Croll, treasurerg Gail Dent, corresponding secretaryg Carol omcgigi itt house managerp Betty Wold, recording secretaryy Eleanor m lnnegsfvice president: Georgia Ford, president Last fall the Alpha Delta Pi's introduced their new pledge class to the campus at their annual pledge dance. Since the dance was based on a Pi- rate theme, the couples dressed to represent various swashbuckling characters. In the spring the new initiates presented the spring dance at the house. Decorations included murals which covered the walls and quantities of llowers. The pledge of the year was awarded a recogni- tion pin at the time of her initiation. The ADPi's also had a banquet to honor their members who had attained a scholastic average of 4.0 or above. As in the past, a prominent campus figure came to this banquet and gave a speech. As their annual philanthropic project, the Alpha Delta Pi's sent money to the National Society for Crippled Children. Alpha Delta Pi l202 lfVest hex idi 96 Actixe Chapters fsfi 9' 4 'nv I Qigrr J , ,- 43 - iv " 'WW 'V' 'fr ,xty"f'.1,-K ,A ia, f we I lv -any 5 , It , l "-'Fr f ,V . V -- To , ?' - - em, -v-, lane, Meadors, P Votggrkose McMullen, Genevieve Glass, Barbara McFeeters, Janet Tansley, Sybil Burgin, Nancy Nino M hl A I Pa k He en len Thildro per, Carrol Singer, Maryanne Cornman, Bette Griffith d B ker Sarah Turner, Barbara Keough, Anne a er rene ne ,Q pugb, He Vmfagricia Gorman, Margaret Dempsey, Mary Tews, Ann Itindemanri, Rlgaafmaiie press, Barbara Bornhoeft D C H Ben Wold Caro .am dm Second ro en orn, Sheryl Clayton, Nancy Funkhouser, Judy Ent, Linda Ling e, S h in Georgia Ford, Mrs. Hart, Eleanor Inness lane ro y Evans' San Lang' garen Domke, NanCY Kott, Pauline Garnbill, Patricia Clover, Carol C m ' . V I Pa els Barbara Grogan U I Thor, Bmom 'wil arol Ekstrom, Marilyn Scanzoni, Gail Dent - b Cher Mary Forestner, Janice Edmondson, ir9ln a Q I Sandra . . Elizabeth Harryman, Judy Tibbetts, Marianne LBAurke, Marianne Burglaak , Fr Noti elmulhf Sharon Garman, Margaret Berwanger, Patricia Bowman, Diana n panel: J0YCe Peters cv if 19 4 V 211- g.,,F,, W. p,.-,.- . 4- 'r' Alpha Epsilon Phi ua. N--lull lllllll D' Mtn' lllllrlrh Al! 1 g:,,p..f,, QL-rllvwzwr, Pnrlmra Raslwbnwn, ,'VlQv.au kv.. 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Wgxla iudgacymgtsgftgt, Judith Orr, Mary Leonard, Mrs. Bruns, Jane Allison, LaVerne Young, J dlth Fisher Penelope Groves, Diane Charter, Elizabeth Frank, Barbara Westbrook Nancv Moore Susan Hitz Elizabeth H d 5 k L. d C ' I , en rnc , in a reamer, Bottom row:' u , K therine Munson, Penny Peterson, Deanna Davis, Claudia Thomas a Not in panel: Paula Berlet, Donna Lindstrand 'x o O' 1 4 f P I A We f ,., ,,. 'A' A' Vo X '0- , N ,, x i Alpha Gamma Delta ll06 South Lincoln 70 Active Chapters Scholarshi awards given by Alpha Gamma Del- P ta's alumnae chapter were: S25 to anyone having a 5.0 average, S5 to the person having the highest average in each class, and S5 to all pledges having an average of 4.0 or above. The winners of the Ac- tivity, Outstanding Senior, and Outstanding Pledge Awards had their names engraved on house plaques. The main event of the Alpha Gam's social year was the Syracuse Triad, given jointly with Gamma Ph' ommemorate the found- ri? ghimmelf S2 in treasvfef , Oman 'rt y- ,-my-,qi I L ' 'aveme YOUNG, Second vice presidentp Mary Coffman, hows? ' si Dresd . , l dent' em' Mary l-COMF resident' Jane Allison, first vice Pre . d, p ' Nancy Slepan, Sociall chairrnahp Susan Moldal, treasurer Phi Beta and Alpha 1 to c ing of all three sororities at Syracuse University. This annual formal was held at the Moose Club. As a community , d rin the year with cerebral palsied children. sat u g The also held a Christmas party for these children Y with the members of Phi Sigma Kappa. 317 service the Alpha Gams baby- ll tl' :sz r.'.:.'.:--yzv -Qs eu... '1 1 PN Q. ,W 5 1 as Q Vg f: . 4 p 2 ,us ' r I I oh ' i , 4 5 S 4 ,4 ,O ' Oman--To vy,-,null u ' novvom 'OW I yxmi I K vykvw Bnlxxxk, F'hyUws Pomull, JU? 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Knigln, ,lussim Potter, Joycu 1 ,f, ,y H , , - ' t97'0mL:E,:hi.U'V:'1'1''li V-,V 1' ,Q ,H l,,,,q, pq,1,l .,ii, Ani. Joni"-, Mm-riu Gray, Ocarina Jacobson, N.. ..ifJ::a' 319 v ii i 1 U i 3 Alpl1a Xi Delta ,. F. X'-fl'1'i NP! 1 l l l l i ig 'Z se ii g. li 5 l l . A l Q as ni-.. . ,fi , 1.--,- ,, ' .,e, . gmc,-.,,..Top row: Ann Sognelcst, vice prcsidontg Jean Dfnqu, pm di-wig Sam Balbnch, rush chairman ' ' Bonom row: Pccigv Moridoih, social chairmang Mary Nlclkwnnld ,Mmd ,. si-Uolnryg Cmrolv Williams, plc-dmc lrniner l ' lliici' ilisliiiiliu' ilaimcs. lllli plvilgc ilzmic, ihi l.lii'isliiiqis ilgimc. nml llic' llillllilllllllll Rim' lfui'in,il, liigliliglilvil ilu' .Xlpllzi Xi Dc-llzik wiiail sillcililli' 'llicii' plcilgc clzuicc ililllcrcil lrom ilu' typical um-- 'zs f '- ' llClllilNL' ll XYZIN SCIIII-lUl'lll1ll Zlllll HI AIX!!! lil llll :ii lin-N to liimui' Ilia' plcclgcsl 'l'lw pledges. in llurn, im-wiilc-il llw inlormzil illirislniziw ilnncc lm' Ihr :ii llX'i'x. illimzixing thc Rose lformzil was thc prcscmnliim nl ilu- l'lc-clgc-ol-tlic'-Your .Xw:i1'cl. It was given iii ilu- plcilgc- who haul won num ollcn the circulating lmiiclc-I lm' tlicf uutwtzincling plcclgc ol thc wccla. 'Vim mliilzimliro mic nwfccls were the Fmimlcrf V ln ll l .l - lim Nzmonzil Pliilziiilliiwmpy, wlncli NllpIl0l"l9 wi i-ml willc-im-ni scliools, :mil thc Crzifc Ferris Nlr murizul l,iln':n'y. lizirli yczir ll lilmiry of 100 vnlumri is ilmiziiml in si sc-lmlcil 'l'.l3. Nzmiim-ium. vii C51 D , ' nw, Mmm gghrv' , 1 H- - - H . ' ' 'Y--lf' Cfvol Carey, Burnie-g rurguson, BevcflY C-fi w -v pi. . . ,l " "N Zacrmrmu, Carol Climzcr, Carol Olin. 50" Bdbxh' fl Af?rf,EfgH il 11, P.1u.gn 51-,f,r.L,,l' pcggy Mc,gd,I,h' Commncc 5pan90"Wd",d,, ' N 'M' l'dW JUL lol: Kqpmin, Jang Yalcnlinc, SBHY lmnd ' Oflicers-Top ll W,-f, Palm souom row: l Exvyurly BC Ilia- Kill llilli'gAl lm Il.ilL'l'1lilX'. ligvtl illll .vilul lui . mn iliil xl lll.llslllg lil 4-mli-il wll iiilmuli' gi ln.ll lX, lllli lin VCU Ximlil w iiimiqin ii l'liillips .' NlinI.ii ll iilvilgi- nl wi iinnlai '09 IQW: J l-1 rand ,,:gN'f Caro Brov .,.,. lonqm ,ot Jo N" l" nsri svcond Chi Omega 907 South Wright .15 123 Active Chapters :ers--TOP row: Elaine Coady, p1edgc 1r,1i111:rg Mildred Hc-pier, lreas- NX" wer. Patricia Carroll, rush c1111irr11a11 1 . , 'a99E'fY.pres1. hmm row: Patricia Lav, VICQ Dr0S'dC'1f: A101-is ll-AlCh01l:, presidentg Beyefly Bowman, secre1ary afd. recording 7 .1 1 . 'X The C111'ist111:1s 5C1l5lll1 1111s Q1 1ll1NX ti1111' 411 1111- 11111 I f 111111161 1116 Omega 1101l5C. 11-1113 ll11i UR. 111 l4l111l111l111,11 111111 .1 Q .xff f 11. 1:m.ma1 l'1':11er11i11'. gmc 1111'i1' 11111111.11 11.1111 1111 1111111'1111i1i ' 'NNN 11116111116 1ege111'11i1111'e11. .X 111111s1- fi1111N111l.lN ll.l11X 11,1s 1111' - 1,1511 Omg tCdCdbX'l1SCL'1iL'l 1,111 X11-1-11 L1l11111Q 11111111 1 1111 1111 . . son did 51611111 things 1111 111'1 HN1'11l'1 7.11m s11111 .1s L11 111 the 1 - 1 111:1ki11g11c1' 111-11 111111 11'.11i11g 'Q11111111-sf' 1111- 111-11 s. 111 111111. I 5. for the 61111611 W11C11 51111141 1g11111' 111 1111- 111111st' IJ.l11x 111 11lN tribute giits. 1211111 l1l1NN A sl eiemation 11:1rt5',z11111 111c 11'g1'it1'1s 11141X11i4'1v1 1-1111-11.1i1111111111. 1 Given to To fCCOg111ZC 1115.111 N111l11.11N11I11, .1 51111.11 5l1L'114l' .1r'2u1at1ng .111'z1rc1 was 111'es1-1111-11 111 111l' 1111ts1.11111i111g st-111111 ,. week 1 11'omr111i1111o1iti1111 Nl 111111-. 1111- x1.11LQ.l1L'1 W1-s111t1 - 1 1 V .f11'1-- Founders Phillips x1S11t1X115 1111111 111 1111111 s 11111111 111 11111r1s SEV- V 14-NUR ve- pledge 111011101-11:111g1111'1 t1'.1111 211111 1-.11111-11 1111- 111g11 H1 whlmeg est combined g1'.1111- .111-1.1g1' up 4, 'U' , ' ' - w+'-- . 1 ' - +:' .1 1. 1 -- s .' ' 1" 1-. fi ' .' 1 n'1' 1.1 ' 1 1 , .,.,. . 1" 1 J, ,114 - "1' 1 .4 1 1' ..- . I 1 ,1 14.1 '-.,l ,N - 4 1 K. .1 X, P' .4 1' - .-- ' 1 '. ' fry' - .- -1. ', A N uv " '- fs- .- -'11 1-. -1- -. 1. . - I, ,L V ..- 4,1 v l 1 -V - h, Jw- ' X N ' .f " ,-L 1, Hg. Y 'gf ' . - AU 1 .. 1 Q. W f 1 .,. " ' Q- 1 ' -.1-1 fi' .. , V1 , 1 5,"'11f11' -133 tp 1 f' X ., ' "'Z'?F"'+-1C"'f" 1 1 Ah.. 1 G11 , J d'1h Ter 199 rowg 1,,,11,11f 1 . 1 ,, 1 I 1 ,1,1, ,-f1,,1,. 11.1111 111-111.111111, S11.1r1111 Crowley, M.1r11111 SO10111011, Bttty 1.1111 U 1 D 1'1'11"f1, 15.-11 2.111 P1-'.1 111 .111 '1 1. ' ' ' Q , N Nl uma '1::11nIE111'1Y1, U11 11l11.11 1 11 5-1'1 1 11-1'111t1 1 I 1 H U 1 111r1Hm 111111,-.1111 Eli1.1111-111 Mic111-111er, 1..11Jr1s Goff, Judith Feas1er " W1 -r1r1 ',111111"l 1111 'I 1 1.11 1- ,.1 ,'.11.1-1- 11-11111--., 11111 " '1"' "' ' ' ' K ' 1 11 Sitondciimi HW' r"Vf'i I 'HL I" 'iwiim I' limi! ,mimi ,N liliriiiifu C1r111l1 A1111r--y Os1111111, P111rici11 L.1Y, Mrs. Ross, Alexis M1c11111e 1 OW: 15111-,, ,114 ,1,11 , f . 1- 11.11 1.111111- '1.1111'r1111111, 11 1 J 1 MINI I .. . 11.111 M11 ., 1- 1 1 1 , 11' 1' N1mKY1ym,r I R 1 V. .1.O Terr Huds gonom ' - l51'1nrf1111, h'111r.-11 11.1 ,1.1 1 1 ,, 1, 1 111111 01,111-., 1111111111 .1 11 1:1 1 3.111111Jo1111so11,J.111eI Beards cy, os yn IYQII 1 Y LH "' V 'owl Carr! 4' 1, , A 1 ' '1 1'1.1r '.111r11-y 11f11'.1'Y1 Hvny 'Um' ' f I 11-1 J 1 .1v.,1,,.l 1, ,. 1 ,,. 1, 11 1,11 ,111 11 . N9 Gm M4111 'Ami f,,11,,, i In mud! Woburn, ,'11,.,11 321 o 1 Q 1 1 51 4' I 51011211 B11:1111. .X1s11, .1 111111111 11.1s 111.11111-11 111 t111' 1 A6 E fx M ni ,,, ,-, A- ry' v 5 K F - 4 l 1 1 ' ,Y ' Q iq V A A 4 ,Q 1 .- , 1-an N ff!-A 1 li". '- YI ,I If U .Q 21 ' ' 5 4 -J fa 1, I' -4 Q . A L 4. ' 1 1:14 5 A 1 i - 1' X 1 ..- 'L ' N F .VK ,.v,,,, g,.,.,. 3101-.111 S.1111wdrg Youmans. Susan Albrecht, Rachel Leimbach, Mmm, l QHV. . .I 4, ,,, . .Y ., . lov 'M C- l ' f"- 'NWC' 5'1"' l""'l" Vl 1 '1 1 1 B 110111 1011 Ell 1 11 1. 1 ET, Q' ur M ,JCGMNCYI VIUNN pw: 51.5911 LL-1-,157 1 311011 H1 , OYCL LJ , .I ACOI, M911 B69 lc1u1ll11ow '- ' , ' "'L,M ,1,1, 11.51, 1" ' l "ll 5 'nl "F',Ck:'l'7,mlfk,H.:l,'.'i,Z1?MJE,mZl1111l132115, Mrs. Gilclwrcsl, Carole Brandt, Barbara Bradburn, 1,1111,1 MCB, 1. r1...d.?'..l ii K I XB 'h PIN H l . , . ,. P1111 1'1C"'1f" J-1111.-! E1111 Lv,-,110 Olson, Sonora McWl1111ney, Joyc1. ozar , ancna enry, A1111-,11-1,11, ,mend row '-" ' " ' ' M A ' lko11om,1'1y'.L U -- ,- 1 'I'-1 14,-11 111 H1 11-, JG-111 N1-111, H1-lun Rodg-1111,-r, Jxcqueline Finley, Bonnie Scoll, Arm Macke No, ,,., ,.,,,,1' ' , , H, -1,1 C.1.1'.1'-. 3 -1.111 Glwssmavw UHF l .ul l,l1.1l1l11'1N lll'1 XtllNl' l.l1.111l1'1s 4 fx B l.111x1111L 'llll .1 '.-.1'lll.11111111 11.11i1111.1l l1.11l11i1111. ' ly 1 1l11 1111111l1111 .11 In-l1.1 H1-ll.1 ll1'll.1 1111-s1'11l1'1l .1 , 'l',1111-. I1111.1l1.l.11-1 llllN Nlllllll X11l11'i1 ll.lllll'S xxclc' '1 3 ,Q l . . X Y .11111-11111111l.1l11-111g.1g11l11111111 gulx 111 l'.111l11-lla-1111 1f' . ' .111-1-11l llllllllull .1 llllQ1' I7-lllxx IIIILQ. ll11' .1ll.1i1' 111- . 1l111l11l.1l1!l1l.1lNl'.l1 Nlllvlx .Illll .1 lllxlll.1X ul Xx1'll1llIIj,L 1.lll'1.lllll ll111.1l.111.111g111111l1l1 U1111111 1l11'11111.1l w11l1' 11.11 ll11' ll.llllllHll.ll4ll1Hh 11111 '11 .1 l-llflllll 1l.111' ll111 llllllll.lIl 111 ll.lllll IN 1l1111111 lv. 1l11' lll llrllx I11 11-11411 .11 llll'll lll'll.l V., , .71-M54 ll11.1111 Xl.111.11 llll .1llllll.ll 1111111gl111111.1l. '1 f l111.1111 lll'lll' '- l1ll 1l11' .1111111.1l 11l111l.111l1i11x II11-1 'I 111 111 lllfllllill- 111 Xlu ll11.1l11'll1 l1'.lll l11'l1'.1s1', ff T311 l!1 ll1l11.1l'-..1'.1l111l1l.1811111111P11111-111I111i11g - Y 1?11 ltlxl --111111--111 llllb 1.1.11 II11-x .11111i11111-1l ull l V 11!11l1- ,1111l -1111111 1, 1111l1 .11 llll'NN .1l1111,1111,11, 1,1 1 l'fl4 1 11-111121 111 1.11l1 11ll11l " 1 1 l EE' - NJ- om""""l0P YOW: Suu Haines, aecrumryg Barbara BudbU"'1 9'W'l"'l L1-1rnlJ1cl1 111, ' ' v f 1 'dxurcr X lg!! Second vow: Carole Brandi, v1cc pfcsidcn!-plcdqc tunnel, Ju N' r,1'::1dun1 , hoilom row1 S1111 Yewxqlc, social chairman .1- J.. rop row: Na U11-rl1. 1111111 ww: fl LQ117, Second row: Shcrn' B1-mom r0W1 Donn: T i A ,.41, omcan. Y':1.3 Benson, I 'ICH l I uf ,lyme hp wwf Nancy Gvclff-' :" Egg, Eberhard' E 118' Third row: Mae Muff: '- ..,ca Lenz' Mygeq ..,,. - V v ...a " Second row: Barbara EJ C C GL , 6 . 'P e, 5 'P C Q iv -'51 l u -3 ' u 1 J v fffr le: ' Q Q Y f - f r ' is 'E 4 ' ,, U ' nf . . Jai' vm . ' 3 C un Moruuu, Leeley Sumnuonds, Susan Langston, Jean Davis Kaye rm la,-,fguwcg-, Ellen Powers, Jenna Vaughr, Judith Warren, Judith 1-A : u' I Q ., . S " M"ClY" JMCRGF, Barbara Reardon, Mrs. Robunson, Sandra ' l U V-G "' Swohenscfu, Charlene Gallon, Judy Bush. Juduuh Mankowgku, Sherman i-M 5"' hmm row: Yxcnne K-" F Donna N ue' N'a'ga'e' le a'e :Q ' x A . l Delta Gamma llllu Ural Xl'X.ILl.l Yu Xmluu' flll.lI!lL'lw llul uu ullllllull ul lu uwlu ull 1' uuuuv lucluu'c'L'uu lluc Dcllgu u . . . . 5 . .,uuuuuuu.u .ullul lx.uluI1.u Xluulu.u lllL'l.l lululgu uuxus luclal 'luu lull llul- uuuuuuuvu uvuvuxul .u ll1lXL'llllg lumululux, u N . 1 f ,- X ,- 1 , '. 'T ,. uuuuuxl Yxlllx luuu uluuu- uuuuuwluulixc wguus llul uuiuuul-u luuuuuuul uuluullu lxllL'ltl1lIlllllllllN wutlu . . . . . x I lun lx.u u 1.1 Xlurlru llla l.l w, Xx.ls llll' lx: N lblgh "UL'xl slu- ll u.ul mxluul luuu llll luuxu xluuum lt'I luu lluc wllllllg llun luuuu uluuuuus uuuu llum uuuuuuuul Xuucluuuu Nluuu luuuuuuul , . . . luuuluuul uu-uuuuull u luugm uauulum u ul Illl luuuuw puuu, Xl llllN ll.lIl1t' lllk' llfrN l'll'llk'1l .lllll ill Xuu. lunu Xl.1uu luuuuuu .uuuuuuug llun' guulx ml.ulcs uuvuuccl lllL'Il lluu IH N luvl u llu Nllllllllll llll' luug.uuuuf.u1u1uuus luuu 414 . I wu,lul l uuuuwuu uluuuuu uuuel Xill ln lluu' llluuuul, Vlxlllllllgll uuluuu uuuuuuu ulillu ulum llliuuul Sllltltlllx Xxxllllgllltlll ouu Ncxnuulluuuuuxcualu ck lluuxu ullllulla lluv llim Nllflll ' '. ,,,,.luuu-4 llu luluuull Nllumlnuulx. '. NYU ' ' B- I ,4'- ' I, l I Q , ' I . ,gh . Q ' I 1 . I Ofutgrfol' 'D' W H A E V A 5. . . Boviem row , . F 1 , bb, AM., N '3"' .. Ku Jn Y u Q..-- ,.,x..a. A 323 Nr' Q Q - cf -fo v f :QL Al .v I 1 and JY' l ,L - 'ij AFX ii? ' X., ffl if , v , . l All Q' 4 l ' rr- -f r R, 'K 7 1 -. 35' ' 'f l z .S I A ' A " " 4 l '.-"ff - 0 . ' - .. ,' ,J V :3:zf:,6+3P N l . W , Ag ' 'fl -' 'if , , ow. ,-, 4 wi ra . :G .Atv 4 ' 'ah , .--.Z-,5- fwtg Drs-- l f ' Suu? rv: r Omron Emu u INV' N X, xvflvl-VV' r It l . l Yep Io- 'lvl 1 VJ P ,g., M l1l,,,NL. -,r,',,1,-Ci, gpmlcy Gyrbrgr, Dolores Sulchcr, Diana Nrrnz, Joann Rlfkin, Lee Bloom, JMM-,r Hmd 'lol Z ' ,ky, 8,S.laE,r'v q-uw lr-,-ram, Lrsn Goldcnbcrg, Susan Greenberg, Marilyn Holtzman, Elarnr: Jump 0' Suondzlox ,ir v 7 A ,bij if 'lib F A 5 "l' X PM Nm, 3,-,,,..,,U Poglosky, Mrs. Golan, Joyce Carmel, Marie Goldman, Susan Polomky Xl llkil t 1, ,I , ,, ,,,. ,,,,, D 1 I H I I E , . Il honom'!:,T'v,'.! Y 5 F ' P x 1 .. ,MU gh ,,,k , ,,.,,, Gord MJ,L,A fl,,bL,v Lydnm Shaprro, Carol Flamrn, Bonnre Harvgy, Ellen leur, Robqm lm Hu' I I No' -H WMI '-'G H ' 1' 1 f H ' ""' l""' lr14'wl1lLll mln-rm' gn xl'4lL'l Ill' lllu' 1 . , lynx wlrc' h E I lx lrmr' lr e a I llu- inill l Xlw un Q l.rN1 l.lr.rlrm-rx lg,.m.1l.l 3 ,IH X1 lin' clll.llPll'lN In ilu' pl l1'.ul4'lsll Um' l' tp llm'll.l 5 ln lr.. l'lrr l lull-ur xrr.rrnl.rrrrs .rn l'XlL'llNlXt' lmllilxm- 'fjfr lllllllvll llrxrfl-lr rm-,gx.rlrr l lar l1.rIl1m.rlrll.rlllNnlll1l'sul'ul'- QL' llf'll-I-H rr-. r- K w-rn lrlrr-my l-mul l'llllllN lux lllix lllllllllf rg," I" , -1.1 rr 1.11-'ul llrrrrrnglr N.lll'lllNlll'll1'IlN,Nlllll zrxlmllkc' QL. .rlr N, -,rx '.-.,rxlrrx, .rural ll! '.-.xlv.rlwl mllluw. llu llllllll 5':Q::'i'tlm'iJ, r rl lulx rx ll ullll' lu lam .ll 1-1:1 l'.-. rrrl jlwllll f-- llnr l-xg .rrrrl lrlllr' ,Hu-I U-,HH x l 1 1 x 4 J 35'n'+-r- r--1' l om"""9P '9W3 f-'K-we Goldman, senior council member: Mum' P l nf' " U2 P'0S'd'-n'- Deanna Africk ircoaurer 1 . ' ' 1 ' Sv' 09 r Bo"1f2,'o'f- lf-'EGF Nmharuon, wcrclaryg Joyce Carmel, 9'Ul'dU"'4 Suongwl '0"'2'1, r cdc v E 1 jc rarncr lonoml N07 in I l 324 2 P"1, Joanne V19 Jesmer, W Polonsky ar Roberta . 4 l:'x"w...L-1 iv-T Ollicen--Emma P1DDir1S, lreasur-21: '.1a'f1-A J:11111gQn, corresDondinQ sec- ar - Marva Himon, vice cfcs dew- S1-1r1e1, Alexander, record1nc1 1 1 . SBC ret Y retgwz Thefega Leonard sci .11 c-a.11v.w- 5:11 .1 .','1o11roc, prcwdcm N1z11'14i11g 1111- 1111gi1111111g -11 1'I1'l1 s1l1l11 Nl11l'l1111K' Q 101' 1116 1561111 51g111.l 1I11'1.1k 11.11 l111' 1111-11g1- 11.lNx' 11'es6111111i1111111 1111' .l1ll1ll.l1 l,1l'1111l'1f4 11 11111: 1111' 1 . , 11161119 111111 111111-11.11111111-111 1111 1111 111111l' .111' 1xl'171 sec1'e111111i11111'111g11111l 1111- 1111111- T116171L'11gL'w .1Q.11l1 11l1l1x l1111"1' 1111 111111.11111111 Da1'11'11e111111-1 LlNN11l1ll'L1 111 1' 11111'111 11 1111w 1111 11x1'I1' LY-1OllI' 11111111 11111 1111.1 1111' 11.111 111111 111 111111 1111-11-11111g 111ei11i1111111111 11'1'c-11111111111 111 1111- 11-1-11111 1111111w11'1'. .1150 f0l11C'1'1l111Lf 1111' 1l111!g111 l.'.1N 111l' 1111-.11 1'11'11g1- 1 B1'ace1c111'11111111.11.11-.,1111111' 1111 1111111 "1'1'L111'1l1111 1Ol11C1J1C11g1'1x111111.111S1111'-111111 11111111111111.11111111g 1e:111e1x11111 41l1.l11111'N. 0116 1511111111 1i'.1l1'.,1N1l11111,1111H1111 111,.111111111 1161111 51gll1.1 A111f'1.1-N '1-.111' 1111111 111 1111 111.I11w 111 1101116111111 1111'11' 11111111.11 111111111, 1111 11111111 111 DC11L1." Delta Sigma Theta 905 XfVes1 Oregon 2117 Active Chapters wi' 1111 1 1 , A WN, -1-2 To Boilnd ww: 1 NMQH1 row 1,f,,11 ,HW1 "1 nam! 1f.1111, ,,1,., .gf -Q7 111, 111 '1 1' ,1,!-1-- 1,1,,,.14, 11111111111 r 111,. ,. ,1, 111,111'.111-1 1 1. 11 Officers Top row Bvbwrw Seed, social clmirmang Nancy S,-,f,L1Q.' WU dun Jodnth Drnton treasurer ond row Kay Jonns stmdnrds clmirmang Colette Holnmn, :ugh frm, mm June Hdtcr pledge tr-111101 Bottom row Gwll Hwnluncl, scholarship chairmnvw 1111111 1l c1'c'11ts l11'l1l 'll l31'lt'1 ft'l'lll11x 11 ll 11 IN 1l11 111111111 Rom lOllll.tl 11l1111 llll llll.llll Xl 111 ol lltlll 1111 11111 :11111o111111'1l. Xlxo on llll' 1111 1 1l 1 1lc111l ll 11 1s lllC lX"lllL'l4 lllllllL'l't'Xt'll'IllQt'l111 E 11l111l1 1l11 ggnls 1l11.111scl1'cw took owl' lllk' lllllll'N1ll llllll 11 llllllg 1111l 1l1xl1 11 lSlllIlLf 11l11l1 llln 11 lllllx IL LQIXLII our lllglll ol' czoc. lrligl1ligl11i11g 1l11' lltl Klllltlllll 84111111 l5lClll'll'lSl 11"1s tlu- 1'1"11l111g ol 1l11' L will LLL lN 1 c'11'1c' 11111111-1'1 tl1c IV s SCl1l'llCl w 111 to 1 lblllilll tl C,z1111llL Hos1111.1l..1 sl11c1.1ll111s Olllil'lll'l l l11'1' '1l1osc-1111 lll'lKl , llllN 1111l l1111l11l11 Qllls lo lllIS IJ.llll'lll. 111 nclctl '1 Slllglt' 1'c'cl row ilu' lI"lll'l 111111 lol Clllll llL'lX' 11i1111i11g lllltl c'11ga1g1' sc 11 IS llso 1,gi1'1'11 to 1l1os1' who :1c'l1ic'1A1'1l .lu H1 1? S 1 l , I 41 Albee, Paululw 1c1.m,, Rum 1-1.111ag.1n, s-nd'-f-"' 0 D 11 tcrson, Hlarthfx Gtlkurson, Bar a a U V11 S'-NIkl':, Kay Jones, Judtth Dcft'0f"1 G "mt J f ffl-, Jodlth Willutts, Dorothy Lowcmtcitt. NW' 1 l Omqors-T0 pr,-slflv Bettom row GNU' l ll1gl1l 1l.11 llllr 1l.1tt11'.l ll1'l1.1411 111 lltlllt l11llllt'S l11 111 Xl1blll1'I' llll'll' 114 5.111111l:1 l'l11R 411 l,l1ll1' 5 llllllll lou llllt .llltl Y: l111411111- l'.l1ll l'11it1'1l lop lllird Sfttond NU' in 31419, presi- V'-JS11 Chair' ie111 1111s 1311611111 1111 111c 111QL' 1111 111168 01 111111618 1116 1111- ' 111' 1116 111 21 1e1- :'1a1 1109- 1 c1111'1Sl- 1- 11':11e11- C'11,Q'ZlgS- 14 111c1'e11 ' A v ,1ff111f"' , - I 1 1 11 omce,,.,1'op row: Janet PORIEFEORG, house managerg Barbara Langley, president: Jeannine Rhine, pledge trainer Bottom row: Dianne Baumann, r9C0fdif19 5061010111: Sava Edgell, rreasurerg Gamma Phi Beta 1110 West Nevada 71 Active Chapters , I X 1' 'V '1 1 1 5151? Q' - 1 . 1 f1!f19a 1 su 11 f X69 fi' 1 "ik 41 ', Q ' Z Gerry Rader' soda' :Numan M sr i 1 fl,-3? .lil 9X 5'2i '1'?iN fy- 1 5 311111. 33 1. -1111 11 1, 2- ' QA 11 1, A I .L 1. 11 I.. , , -x , . 4.111 1 , 111- ' 4 51 .11 -1' T--11,551 K F. . , V -s " " "7"'1,, 'YQ25 1 -1 1 - gh J1 1' , " '- 'rv-1.-. 3 .- 11 1? - 1-1 ,, ff ,f 111 . ,N 11 1 X Hlg1111Q1ll111g' l1L' 04111111141 11 111.1 11111.11 1ll1L'I1- f ,.1, - 1 1 , ' 1 .. Aga.1?13111 111! . 4- I 1 1, '11 , jg 34, 1 3413" 1 5 Q-1 1.41..xgi7.41?2v,f' , L1Zl1' 11115 131151 11-111' 11111 111K' 11111111411 11111111111 11l1111L'l'- .Q f 1 -yy. P fy '1 dance, 1110 S11z1111111-'1'1411111. 1 11'111 111111 ,X1111141 114111111141 .ig I I1 - ij. A Ji 1361121211111 .'X1IJ11l1 1'111. 111L' 11114111 1111111 1114111- 111 N1l11'1'11 rf- 1 -591145 1 ,L , . . ffl. ,V L I xl' Q., ., r w' t 1- 10 111111014 1111- 111111111111q 111 111l'Nl' 1111K'l' 1111111111111 111. 'g A 1 ' 11 111- 111215111 ' - - 1 .. . . 11 1 1' " r i- ' ' Gi. 112111111 10111165 31 51'1lU'W- 5 ' Ki ffi- "1" - - In :111111111111 111 1111- 1'11111-1'1111k 11.111x 11L1X 411111 1411 , NN t -V 1et,:,,, - 1 . ,.,,k 1- 'vry fkrkki :ql?i',,1,L,1l31 B10I11C1'SD111'. G1111111111 1'111 11-1 .1N111l' .1 11-1-1-L1-1111 1111 their parents 11111111 1-L'll1ll11'l1 .1 1111-11411 11.1111111111 1111 Satu1'11:11' 111g111. '1.11C 111111- N1N1l'1N 111 111l' f1111111111l P111's a1'1'11'e11 1111 144111111111 111 1111- NID1111Q 111 41111-1111 L1 Little S151c1' 111-1-111-1111. Ga1nn1z1P111 licln 11111111 .11111 11111-1.111-1 11111 141111111 for un11c1'p1'11'1l1-g1-11 f111ll11l'11. 1,111.111'11 111 111'11Xl'1' a1111Vz111c11111'1-1', 131111111 f1H1ll111111.I, 111l' 14111111 .1l'1' HUHHCCL1 1111111 511111.11 11111111 .11111 111g1g.1f1111- N.11l'N. Each 51111111161 CL1111111141 1'111'1 1111111 .111 1111-1 111L' Unite11S1:11cs s1-1'1'1- 111 f'3ll11Nl'1111N .11 11ll'Nl' 111111111 G1 Y 5- my W11 1' I1 - , ix 1 1-11 4- , Q- -1 - 1 L' Yi ' ' f 11 - of X. ,iv I V V N! .eau ,, ,-..gr444Lgi4 ,,-.,gQa.1ge ...ai - 'Y' I usannu Ochler, Judlih Morley, Doris Miller, N - 1 +1 1 ,. 5 'M- 1. Q3 1 'i ' fl 1 t 1 I ' 1,1 -., X- X A-1 1 ' il .1 i I-1 Z 1 1 11 4 , 1 ,- 4 Q ,J Q Marianna Brown, Karin Sio- Yop 'o:11rB'Hm Bm" Y""" H"'1ff1'W"11 1 ""' 1 5" ':" 1""- 'V""'I M"m"'ll' Dom KKNHUSSI S 1 R en Janet Pomerenke MarY' nmd '0W1m111g1T?fr11?1,1U.z' HQW"W1' l41H'Wv J 'im 1'1'431.111. 1.11111 '11 1.1.- r-., G1-111111-1 J11c11so11, Diana Kran1191 111211116 Kmg' Jane' asmuss ' ' Sacond11iI1I1Ag11r12:,11L 1j1i:,1111.1.MQ'l111r'V1V1I'1'g11'111'1111'11j1,L"11,1!1,',,,1',,1.,,i,' vf.1'.11N1 1I1:1:J1w. MINIMUM' Vdhlmj Gcddchl Jeannine Rhine' Mfg, Hicks, Barbara Langley, Suzanne King, Bo"omP:LfN1111,Lx111L.11,P1,1'.1:1!.'1? 5,111 11'-'111-1 111111111111 1A1'111'1j1y1..1l1Hm. W 'MUN' Mwv 110111, Nancy Sciiruiiucr, Janice Johnson, Janet Peterson, Martha Hanson, Janet No' . larvllffr, Y11111,A?H"'1f l1!1l:'l,1I,11 1,1111 -111 111.11 . V Mum. MMM fwrpimnil. Ar11l1:y, Earlccn Barnes, Linda Vanleer, Lindley Crouch , H NH, , . , In Dana1:f1111111 111., ,,,I ',1,,!1 1,.-11,1 111171111 111111.1fl'1 , 327 11.1111 .- gg Ti 'iw' -61 'V' ' Ton row 1 lhud vow 9 Suond low hollom vow No! 1n pancl Iota Alpha Pi l'll.l X111l1.1 I'11111111K1 11.11111 11.11 1111111111111l 111 ' 1111 111111111 11.111 1111 1. 1l11111.111'11. ll1.11l1' llll' 111111. 111-11111111111-' 111 1111"11111 11111 I111 1111-11 1l11111' 1111- --1111111.11111 1- IN llll' 111111111 X111 l1Pllllll l1lllllll'l' 11111-1 1I1llll1l'llIl 1111111 1111.11 lllPl1lN. Xllll 1.1111 111111-1111 .1 ll'11lNl' 111111111 111111 11.18 1.1.4111 111111111111111111-11111111111111111 l'lIl l1'11 QlllN ' 111 -.11111,111l1111 l11111.11l11I l1.1x111g1l11'1xl111.1lS11'.1l1 ,11111 1.1.1111 N111-1111111111ll1111111.1l11 1111.1 Xl11l1.1l'11 11.111 .1 811.111 .11111 lgg lllllllll 111 111111111 1111111- 111111 1111'11111l111,M L-1.11111 1-11111-.11111 1111111111 lllfllllllll 111 1111' l1111111- 1111' 1-1111,-1 11.111 111111111 1111' 1111111.1111l111g .111111-. 5ll1' '.'..1-1l11111111l11l1111.111 1111111 41.111114,1111x11111..1111l .1111111111 11.-.,1l1l1l11 Illlllul 11,111 II11-,l1.,l,1,-1 LIU. 111 11 g'1 11111 11111" '11 111111 1 '1111 111 1- 1111 11 111 l1'1111'1l1l11-1 llll 11 1-1 .11 .111 1111111 11l.11l11.111 ., A C Q C ' N , . , s-if f? Plz I -5 551,41 . . 11 Wh v 1 Q '1 C ' 1 1 1 x c. ,,.,. 3,1 ,1 x1,,- Y.-11-111, Fnrlmm -.+S- 'ei f 1 1 -I P- 1 V 1 ,Yi 'V X 1' r V I 5 661 f ' L ,: 1 5 5- 6? x.-X 1 qi E1 xv, 1 L 015, An11o11e Ruder, Jane! Engler, Laurel Satin Q,L.1,,U11, Carol Mills, Sharla Waivzman, Sheila Pianko R05111, Lorna Klorfine, Gail Spero, Joy Shaykin Fmvwcinc Friedman, Harriet Elman A51 . ff 1uX1 11 Niiff - .-:-5 5 .1 'n 1-' 19 2 ' , 5- 1 1 3- Agr. . . .- ' xq iw! N - l 1, '7 'x ' 1- l ., 'CY' vb S , fl., Qv --. 3.5 omK'f"'l9P 'UWT 101121: Busch, vice pruidenlg Sheila Robif1l0"1 wud ' ' "V """"fl 901111. oremdcnv- Reva Sionc. 11111151-"" 'om 'owf lffmd Pflifvfmc, rccordmg' sccrcmryg Gail SPNO1 Conn' .ml ,N ,Y ,mm 1111: row: 5.1111 Third 10W Eliz M111 Second I0 Gcr Bollom ro' l1cn vlng., frg BOllOm Top ww: Darlene Kittilsen, Ma J Sandra Sanders. Judffh Third row: Mary Nankeryts, Elizabeth Eastman, Fa' Marilyn Mann Second row: Molly Moore Geraldine Johnson, K Bottom row: Barbara Giles J ken, Christine Stearps x Y'-3 -u 'Wi K H-f 'tr' I Q f lf -J' tw 5. Q We ga rgaret Ph r rcs N'-e'tnc.a Brosec, Cynthia Coogert Doroth L1 ' E JOl"rtSSn Ciattsrurqcc Stu Jotnseen Susan Bam' Marcia AX'Orgeav:tsMarEtEr1iZ gxrfgrrg, Jean Judge, Ann Drenckhahn, Alice lngersoll, F! LSS1 ', . 3' A V X f- t - , ' ' h a e W -. vw c ptr Jscuteline Wolf, Elizabeth Serrett, Ada Jones. Marilyn Morgan Emilie Gillespie Lynda La-nbrecht, cta lwr - Kxtegfr H ' yr ,Nl W - t , , r a tty t t f tj t ti '-lotnmel, Sybil Peterson, Janet Lhurnbley, Wendy Geyer, Patricia Connor, Mefedgih 05,-nan! S-55" LCD '-'B' " " fl' vi 5121 Dencornbe Carol Snwh ' ' ,' 'a"l X L ' f r . Barbara Watk M awe, HC ,'.C,, N -, Qtagltt-nlrush, Marcia Kmlisen INS, rs, Fletcher, Barbara Brown, Mary Drenckhahn, peril- H J.a '+- tx M "yt S-an Catherine Lanier, Be-thine Oakley, Bonnie Belna I J t C C 1 MAH M h H , ,,, . P arte urr aro n t '- 'Jary Ca eba .. Q, w a s, Margaret Cleary Jima Bodman Y' V 'err ar 5 MU ' -4 4- 7'. 'gf " g i-g" . 5 ' . ,'O 5. Kappa Alpha Theta Gll East Daniel itll M tive Chapters lht' l,0XYllL'l' Pull lltmwl was heltl in the full be- lXXt'L'lI liqtlxtm .xlllllil 'l'llCt11 :mtl Delta Gamma. A n.ut-ling tmpln was gtwznetletl to the house whose tilt-tlgt-N won thix nxttlitinnttl baseball game. llighlighting the Clll'lbII1lLlS season at the Theta lunixt- wma the ttxttlitioiizil Stocking Party. Follow- ing tht- hullct tlinnet' :intl open house, the girls pre- Nt-ntt-tl thcit' tlgttcs with the Christtnzts stockings tthnh tht-x hqul tnzttlc, tlctmxttecl, :intl Filletl with utllm In gttltlitiun lu thc tcgulnn' events scheduled for Xlntht-ix ltqtt zintl llgntls Dany week ends, the Thetzfs ht-ltl .t Imttx with their Sheequon zintl Stunt Show Q Offiun-lop ,ow K, tn,,,3.,,,,, ' nn tnt-is gintl their IJ1l1'ClllS. il lnmtglt the lfmtet Patients Plain, Kappa Alplia I llt'l.l xlmitwtt-tl at Clrcek girl. Clothes and inoncy wt-tt' win lu linwitlt- lot het well-he-ing. Bottom row. 'Nil , '. l rr l , l'5 , wmfj , Marin, l,,A.,L yi ,.',J4 ""r1l"'l5 329 lb - v , 1 Sv 411 av 1' l Jo' D A6 v 1K T 'C' : U 3 t 2 t ' ' D Eff S e- 1,,,, .f 1. 1 I ' .1 ' 1 'x...4 ,. .,, 1.1, 5911- 41,-111111111, NJ.111cv W1-11111-1111, J.1111c1- KCHGSY, Carol H1-11111, E11111y CMJ 1,,..,:.1. 1 Y x .1 11.1 P0115 51 s.111 Ruflko, E11:.1b1-111 Gnrrc-11, Fa1111 Cr111111w, C-,,1:,.d 111,111 111.. ' - 'u-Q ' ' , Y 1,1 1 ,k, 1- K, 11 1111 V111 CQ111111-11, Nancy L11111, Sam Comm-I1y, Gcgmn 111V 1,.,,,,111.G. 11 '- v 1,1 1. , ,1,11,11, KJ, QM, H1-11,111 H1-n111, Cynthm P.'111e1so11, D1-1: Pvny J. Hnnnm 10 '.' ' ' H01 .11 pam-I Kappa Delta .--11N..111111111111111 "'1 X11IR1 11l.ll11l'1N 1 N111-'111 11111 1111 11111 -1I 1x.1I111.1 11111.11 ,11'1: 111111111 1111 111111111111111x1 XX,1N11l111l'11 111141 1 11.11i'1 11111lM I1111.1 1111111101111 1.11111 .11 1 31111 3- 1111 11111 21.11 1111 ll1ll1Ql 11.111113 "K 11111 A !I1'I'l'l11 XI1111l111 1111 1 1 1 "111111 1 1111.111 11.11 11'l1l1'l111 .1l11llll11 11111111111111111111-.-.111111111111.1111111.11111111.11111111111x 11111 1111-111111 N1 111 '.-.111 N11141 l111'111fP11f'X l.llN' 1 11411 11111111-111111-111111111111111 1x.1I111.1 1,l'11.1 1111 .1--1111111 11111111 1-11 1111111.11111111g 1111111 111 111111 1111111 1'11 1x111 1 111.7 11111111111111.111.1llx 111 11'111A 1 1' y.! '111-1 1N.1111111 1111111.1NIl1.111X 1111 -1'1T'1' 111.3111-I 1'111.1Q1 1'P1 111111.111111111 1 -11. -'1.11 1111 '-1111111 111 111 1111 11111 1111 1 N11 11 11111 1.1111 111111111 -111111 I-1 11111111-1 ' L1 1 '111 I'1l1'A 1 1 1 .11111111 11111 11111111111111111l 111 111 ' A 1 33C ,L -16 A4110 iw.. .. .1?' 'Q nf- I " T I' s, .Q Q.. .Q '.a 0. 'ml 'fo Omuan-'Torn row 1 11111111 L111d1:r, :ucr1-wry, V11g1111a Ruff, 9""d' ' 7 ' ' 1' 1 'I' 11113 Q11-111 BQ"om ww 9.111 11 11 11, 1 I H- 111. Gd"0'i sw' N 1 , 1,, 1,1 c11.11r1111n, Caro L0 11".' 1,, V Y tily Cl-Wat, 1, Carlotta 'Orgia Mar. Perry, Jill cmclzlrtha Murray, ,treasuverg Betty Milllan, pledge trainer, Jane Park, Sponsor their tt'1ttlitimt.tl Nltittttiutttlt Dune lhix tlance cuttttttcttttiigttul tht' lttttttilittg itl tltuc tml sororiticx git Nltmttttitttlt Cltillrgt-. Knppzfs cclclitxttctl it with .tit qtttittt.tl tt-gt tlgttttt- ltultl ottzt Sztttmlgti gtltt-t'tttmn git tlti'tlt.tl1tt-t ltitttw. lhu KHPPH Kappa Gamma Q7 Sl Active Chapters x I li 'Ol Le! QI l , Jill Wallace house Cltdlftttlni MMCJJYCV Moors, vice president: social chairmang Carol Walker, president Kappa liqtppgt liatttitttgt itiittul with l'i lit-tit Phi to When the illttisttttgti at-gtwtt t.tttit' .ti-iutttl. tltt' l Szttlic Hzttvlgiitx llgitttc, :tttutltvt qttttttt.tl lgtxitt llL'. ivgtx l baaetl on at lliiglxtttlt tltt-tm: lh-uit.ttiwttx itttltttlt-tl af, bztlcsul hut gttttl li-:tttttul .tit iiltl It-it-lwlliatl time As zt group limit-it. thc ligtltligtk am' Imtxitlittg lui' the eclttczttiutt ul' at lmtut' tltiltl in Citi-t-uv. lltt- girly also cot't'c5pmttl tm-gttlgttlx with liter. The cltztptct' gmc apt-tigtl it-mgttitittit tu tht- pledge with the ltiglttwt gt.ttlt4 gm-t.tgv gttttl lit tht' outstztntling tilt-ilgta .X xtn.tll ttiiiiltx XXQIN .tiiptttlt-tl tt, the active with thi' ltightwt gthltw. 1 l V, 31,-1, I W J , an 'o':1f'1"1lf.tf'ttt',ft1, '. tl- H' te.-int ,ity Hill, Untttlt, l-,mt livin, lltftiltt-llt fxtttnlltnlli, llY'l lofublf JVK l fourth lziavllillll Bmlilll I-l ilml ll' ll ll! l ll' ll Mill" Nillllll lllltllll t t I y ltmlf Normi Coleqrove, Phoebe Kosfeld, Judith Corley, Lynne Nelson, Nancy I ""4'tf- ff t f tt,,,.,.,, 1'-viii--ll, aftititititi 'Hitt' 'I L' ' i' i 'ft ' . lh.d Jf,m5.., llfivtff I--nt ,X 'Mr f, i g it ti, Hit-,l.t ll.-li-it l',iii, Muryltvli-tt lily-tit, Jl!lhI'DLOl'1JfLdi!h Hanson Pam Breckenridge! Caro' Walker, Mrs. Bmde, ll 'fwf l"""tt V., Jil, tt, ff Qu rf ff t, tttf ,l,. tl. llttyfl, 1'-tina tml.-tt, l'.ttnct.t flunctti121ll'f.'H'WilIi.it1is Mary Siebert A Sgcondltanlfmtl f!f,f,t',, lit' l' if, I-,1.f, 'A if nfl ltll ,'!.tll,t.,.V IAM, ',ltttrE1,, Jxlrlyl -itraNH-my Bnmkow, Linda Colcgrovel Dorothy Allyn, Julie Otdsl Margare' row: Mfifilffi fl it fi lf. it t 1- l fl -iii.:-r l ftttt WNV, lm 'l ' "i """ ' ' I 5ottomBlOIHil',l""lfI fail, lfff-'f 'l'l"'l"t lllflhlf ll" l' """"' lllllll llll llllgllilll Lt Rtltlw Lmce Janice Mock, Carol Gilbert, Joan Aiken, Diane Courtrtght, Susan Watts ' ' - , '.t rm 51171-6 , ' f row, ,-Jvm ,lqruttt lf, ,t .,K,,f,ll ffargpfi-t I-rtfliirut i, l nrt Phi Mu l"l'l N1-ntli Iliiirl ,'l X- tim' l.ll.llrlt is 'K "fixi- l A N 0 F 1.- 1 I , P J KL S 1 .I 14 1 Ton 'on Thu! rg- Second In lortwv- no 532 - 1 i v 1 fiig i H' . in , A .N , A L' "7 N-life LI t--7 Omcers-Top row: Savilla Anderson, secretary: Joyce Lutz, pyggjdem. Carol Leonard, treasurer ' Bottom row: Judith Coleman, vice president, Margaret Molitor mem, bership chairman, Merrill Hahn, pledge trainer ' '15 16 'lihe theine ol the Phi Nln's spring lorinzil, Ning- noliii Bull. is ai trzitlition znnong their cliztptcis in ross the nzition. Magnolias were usetl both :is tht' tht-ine :incl in the tleforzttions. 'lo L'll1lJll1lSllC scholzirship, the Zenobizt licllci' .Xwiircl wats given each semester lay the loczil ailinn- naie chzipter to the girl with the most scltolzistir im- proxeinent over the previous semester. On Foiintl- ers' Dan' the :iltnnnzie lllS021Wll1'llCKlSl0l0 the pletlgt' :intl to the zictive who hzitl the highest :ivcrnge lor the yezir. .X trzitlitionzil Tin Clzin Sczivenger Hunt was hclil inst lmelore 'llizinksgiving to collect liootl lor the im- tlerprivilegecl ol' the zirezi. To linrther the etltiiaitiun ol the less lortnnzite, Phi Mn gave intt'rn:ition:il stntly grunts to women in foreign countries to cn- zilmlt- thein to stntly in this country. Q51 Officers-TOP Second r0W1 BOHOI11 f9wi l'he S' .in ginnn nonnietl QJXL' ll S 'l'he 1 liletlgt' t mtl hzill the tlnn ililionzil .ii the tl .til tl wxntls l' l.llNk'll I t-iliiipin ililll' .iwizige on il. ' lmitg :intl E -4 Q 4 i X J X ki. H '17 .. K7 t x , 1 P 1 A V ,j 3 if , S. ' A-e r ,. . -, F y , ',:+.- gy, , , . o i I I 4, f.. gg, ,Y JUHRQZLI Lr'.rYrpyr5-gwdnlldrgl. Margaret Griflifh, Iiyndq Songer, Lpulsc Rabin lam Nm' Ihzgox v , .. ,, gancllg lohbauer, Alice Helm, Jeanine Sanqvlllf K. .. V, ,Jn V ,H V S. . ' Q 1 -- f-V,-W., 746 ma 'ffm 'V -led th C.,!crnan, Carol Leonard, Margaret Molitor goiond ' . L U-':ruirn1l',, Own M I b . . 'om I e a rn crg. Nancy Anderson, Diana Francis Nm in I Dresidentg litor, mem, al. Mag- eliupters Lh as the 1 Keller al alum- asric inr- 1 Found- ,e pledge irage for was held r rhe un- duration 'national es ro en- rf' Y, 4 'A If -. 1 r e 1-4 1 Yi? K ,...-nu' y, l 2 ' ' ' ah Phi Sigma Sigma 306 East Gregory l 20 Active Chapters r no iiif 5Ql 4 Top row' Judy Moss, treasurer, Linda Freeman, member ar large gmac! row: Marilyn Ecker, seeaetary, Jill Greenspan, vice pregidenq ! Mmm ww: Riga Stone, pres: em The seniors of Phi Sigma Sigma were guests ar an annual lJl'Clllil-LINK held in their honor. lhev zin- nounced their will and inoplierv, while ihe juniors gave a skit. The decorarions lor "Clir'riisologv." this years pledge dance. included ai nierrv-go-ronml and over 600 balloons which rovered rhe reiling. .X lar lady. the thin man. ai pair ol Signm-se mrs, and the ll'1l- ditional clown were hui wine ul lhe roslnnies seen at the dance. All the chapters ol Phi Sigma Sigma vvorkerl lo! wards helping rlieuinzrlir lever virliins. The girls raised nionev no pan rnirsr-s and In hnv he-ds and equipinenl for ihe liospiigrls. The girl who zicliievr-rl mln- liigln-si srliolxislic' average received ll rlizirni with her guide average on it. The Scliulzirsliiii Kev vvgrs grvvgnderl lo the big and lirrle sisrer ir-:nn vvirh dn- hr-sr gixrrlr-s. Z in a , li 7 L 1 7 i 'I sf l r 'Q ' v'7,f x 'iii-' ivx7' 5 , X. l Top ,ow ' 'd K b' Maureen Gold, E'-mlfe Levlne . 1 Merlr- L- ' -- M IP Jo ce Trunk, En: os ie, . b B d l' C role Newburger r 1 - 1-ml, Owl Srl il., ri. .4 fri-1-rfifrm, f-rlrrn .r rn, v . L Ad Kaufman, To y an am, a 1 I l pm, hlvd r:wgBFlO,,,: Kmlmlyiliwl LrN'n,'-Hglrrivmlim :II-'NIV' mlflil, ignylmr-,, lkor-1MOrrls, Lynne Brmdt, rlenne S ay w":5Cl' , V . . S'd-r, Gloria Krashen , Bzxnd row: Ann Rollrrriarr, Jrnll fllr,-,, Jill r,r...-nuprrn, Nlru, H1-frn.m, Rui., Stone, Mnrllynrfckfr, 'ilidlrelligfz Sheryn Saffrinl Meryl Cohen, Marcy Schlesinger No'0i': row: Eleanor I5r,,r,,,I ind, r,.rL',,,,,p,. lil.-.-rr ',lr.rn1--I, Lnrrre Rudi, Leanne Glussnur, OUI r L Plrwl: Linda FH:crn.in, Adrienne Mrlslwn, JMU! Rllllllil i .lg lp 1 Y a ff? ' if xt -. vv . - l F, , ,V , A E 7 ge, Omcorsz KMC' inf! WUC Lynch, vl H , X l V WMM' JC, xlx' EC Cmlmdl MMOG Gcmb, Audrey Huck, Joan Edmonds, Lynn Kuehn, Margaret Allen, JDM, x1THlo'Z':',i.k' . Y ., X . 4 f 'u :HCV NNCY wmwlmnl Nelda Smgell, Marcia Hathorne, Patricia Hunter, Lynn Skeen, Joan Tompkinson, Ardis Hill, , ,,, A x ,., y. ,, U, ,,.- 7-4.4 -Jn, S,wdr.i Rayburn I , . - - ::,z:1:,:: zz: it --3 -, 5 i',ziisxi::g iz3:lhHit,:Jfz.,2iL?aa1xii'f:xS,fmr,"ws,.t:i:z','!:gr,Rxx2,,?5:':,,i,,, . , .. fri Nor .n QQ.-Qi c,.. 1 vt H .-'M mir 55-'L-kill Lois Edson. PQQQY Andeffof' H lu :nur iiicllilwrs Xlnrlwrs l ' liig lllllllll lrnm lllc ll'lUglllll4 ill! xxx-ti Uliiu lllllllll gi MH Xi ilu' cillLlIJll'lN 'X 'mln Xlvrrlorwzt lrnxlmilzil ilu' 'l'1'i I mlm In 1' "Sri-mlr-iiiml" um ilu- .innii.il XX'lllll'l' lklllllllll Xlirxu lirlrl lit Nignm lx.rlvIi.i. llu' lll.lllll'lA lluuw wan wlm :ull rr,,l,Nlrir1r1r'rl llllrr .i lNlllll'l mem' xu'l1L', wlnlr- mu' inniri uliriv ir-lruliim-nrt ur-rr' wixul it-wriilmln-cl .i all lrulgv. ll-ill: llu' lKlllll'l gilul ilu' spring I-riririlx mari' lrrllrmul ln 5XKl'l'lllK'.lll Drum-rx. l llIll.lllrrlll ll.ix ll.lXl'.lllllll'lDl1'lll,1l'NllKllllllKL'lil lixf- llir lilr' -rl .ini .ltllXr', lwrr lxwlilx-loin' lmurs lrliilgit lllll'NXNl'l1'4lliNlilXl'll ln lliv .llllH' IllK'llllK'lAN. lll Nln Illr'llirll-1-Inlt'Is.rlr'ml.I lrI1'.ilxl.ixl In llfllllll' ilu- vin-in l.ul1 rl.rw liiwr-lilul .r Nlxil, :tml ilu- wriiui- rfpnl lllt'll l.iNr null.rmllul.i1m'l1l. M llirir 1-liilnlrlliliilrx, Sigur.: lx.rMr.i llvlluwl lu -iiifrnrll llir xl.lllll' Nr',nu.rNI Nllvinn. lllix 4llgQllll' ,qiri--in 'rl-:mlm .r l-tml xtlinli xixils lxl.Illllx ull lllc' --r.i-I -rl Nl.iim', l.llxllIL1 lrrrul .intl rlrilllillg l1llll'Nll- rim' Limiluw 336 V az- yn. "ffTTAf"" """"".. .. fx- Y, 1 if I A tl El i fl l .fix x'!, .,.l"Y I ,. '41 fr f Lllfwd 'X n . " U... . 2, ' ' I U x , i' Ali' ' .'l:hJ I x llfl: 'z' ' '- . - fl t " gi Q gc! W Ll ller cor 0 Omron: Ardrs Hill, recording secretary, Marlene :wr I . H Huang WC'U'0'Y: Judith Rowley, first vice president, Patricia BG 'gun Bm hhrUk.n, second vice president, Mary Schrader, 129' xi lnmlallxl' lliiirivr. -r'lx'L'rl sl lop Nw: SlCOndSChl 'O Bbllqm 'oz Wen, Judith if Afdis Hill, ils Taylor, Rae , ,H gr,ofid'l'9 I , ,fidefili 4. i, r,. .,,r l ' Ollie 2 'gm lgma Sigma 212 East Chalmers l Q' 55 Active Chapters Q F724-., l 2 i ' ' 2 'A 1 4 U? V""fVt:Q5 ' 'g QL Lat, Lf Wg, em Karen Yeager, scholarship chairman, Carol Swanson, correspond. ' cretaryp Kay Lash. D'fSSiClSn': PCQQY S einer, treasurer: Linda l se Bach, vice president, Marilyn Stephenson, record ng secretary l l In accordance with a national tradition, the members of Sigma Sigma Sigma ronibined their Mothers Day and Founders' Dar llanquets into one big affair. Sealed envelopes whirh were receixed from the national oilice were opened, and special recognition was given to the thaiiter and to indi- vidual girls in the house. Anational social service inoiet i, the Robbie Page Memorial, helps to raise money lor the rhildrc-n's hospital in Chapel Hill. North Llarolina. This rear the Tri Sig's held candy sales and white elephant sales to raise funds lor this iiroiei i, A bracelet was giren to the ai tire and the pledge who achieved the highest siliolasiii average. The scholarship prograni also ini liided gi Stliolarsliili Dinner. llrerrone who had gi -1,11 or above was served steak, and those below a l.ll are liainbiirgers. WJ .,-1. il., ff ld, Louise - ' 'l Brefe Top , . - 1 ' ' Sorensen, Janice Tullock, Lois Jacob, Gai S rogihtiliiibga Pi':"'ff lbarlnvii fli1Ii.iii.f,, H,iil,.ir.i ffililif, fflnirr: Johnson, J0L"m'n0 Zener' Pa Hoa M 'I St h son Janice Hawkins eco ' ' 'VU' Diflv, I , i if V,-qi. PV Stamer, HHY0 ep en f Bailnd ww: Camlyn f""JVl'Illi,lIii Y-in-ri 'fi-mg'-I, V iirril ','J1fiii'i0Y1, l-md" Lynch, Mm. Dcglgilrorllialgalrgfrllzlilfcslgxcy Van Tuyle' Kalhlene Gooch Om row' ' Mar, B'll"l'f', fulfil fnlir-I, fluiiriii' l'lir'.'nlf-f '7l'lVl"'f plnhmf Dmnc JOHLS' Theta Upsilon s. ' A ' 4-.- ' A1 i f ' -tw it 4 1---vvwv Ofiicers: Judith Fribley, chaplaing Katherine Jackson, treasurergSl1irlg Hill presidentg Marylin Daly, vice president-pledge trainer: Dim-,I Pettlingell, alumni vice president: Elizabeth Fiedler, secretary Officers-TOI Bottom TCW: Karon Si lhe winter dzinre :it lhetzi Upsilon was given lot pi twoalold purpose-to celehrzite the Clltristmus sm. son und to lorniztllv present the pledge class. Ulm" 'lihe Theta U pledges gave their :innuzil Nlauttli Cirzis dance lor the zictives during the spring sctnt-sa ter. The house was decorated with scenes denoting the Xlzirdi Gras, :ind everyone who attended czniic . Q.llll!k'll lint' sortm txttll will QIllN qirt' Wgilni in at costume complete with musk. Theta U sponsored their ztnnuzil Stzite Dan' to l"l"'91l'il honor Thetzi Upsilon ziluinnzie. The Chz1pter's phi- l""llflf'l lzinthropv was the rare ol' zi trihe ol' Navajo lncliant "l-llll Xl in .Xrifonzr lltlllwa- 'l'o recognize srholzirship, the chapter purrltasetl pezirl lhelzi U pins lor :ill pledges who zittninetl ineinliership in .Xlphzt I,znnhd:1 Delta. .Ns in the .iitnitto llnrin mole ill! pzist. :in zirtivitv hrzicelet was awarded to the girl Qt" llftlll who hzid worked the most in activities. 2-lllH'l'l't lit-slnnt' lonvov- 1' .' 2--xr: ,f.i,.- i-- I ', , ,.. ', X,-,VU I . B NW i . ' ' P , .ar rn , Q., I Us .A ie? ii ' "' if" ' t vm 1 'nm' 5' "HJ" ll'0"iD20'1. Diane Love, Htldegard Schroeder, MUY Gown' i v. , , f , ,, . Bog, 'I l l f' i iw pllch' """'f Fnlflffdld, lots KennC'Yi Phyllis Knighl, Judith Menlle, Albnu D lo fuqgnd lg' . . 4-ffflfr Shred lm HIP ww: K i , ,vtilifmfclh Fin "" 5'1"'CY H'llf MW, Rdllll. Marylin Daly, Diane Petiingalli Aflene Hd 'ow lqugm :gn - , HH- fi 'gpip Fl Gmac S. San , i-"1" -A ie ,, , , , . to N l w f 1 ii ,ln tri IE I' 'mi' S'ClLP"n'V. Lvdta Leach, Joan Bohn, Diane Welsh. M-VY Bvlflni Bamild 'O nl tn panel n still.-mn, Pltyllig Efglginfv No, ,WI I0 . In pa 355 tier: Shirley ilnefj Diane 'ary given for tnias sea- ass. al Mardi ig semes- denoting led came 2 Day to iter's phi 3 Indians mttrchased attained ts in the l the girl Golfer, Nha Alberta Dlolo' flgrlf: MCGV3lh' l Rlllflflr 'Jane' Off: ' Bott i E I lotl eacl Walnut Hall ll0'7 South Third 'cers-Top row: Patricia Connor, vice presidentp Lucy Neet, president m ww. Elizabeth Wakefield, treasuref: Ruth Johnson, secretaryg o - , . Karen Smith, social chairman Opened in the lull ol lflfmli. hhillllllll llglll wits or- anizetl br the Dettn ol lillllllL'llL'lllt XYUHICII to itl- 'sororitx' ntetnhers tu llNNUt lllll' llltllil' tltiself with 1 other and with their Ultll houses. Nlost ol the . ii girls are lliZlllSlCl' 5lllClClllS lllllll other tlltitersities. e iieti Walnut is cotlrlmsetl ul slllllll llll1ll'llllClllN. witll lour girls living in ezlth 4JllL'. fifbtblslllg lzltlilities 1ll'L' provided by at Slllllll lsittheli ill eglt ll 1llJLll'll1lL'l1l, litlt many girls ent their lllClllN ill their tlwll sorority llouses. Their sotizll lile :tlsn renters 1ll'Ulllltl the zlftivities ol their NUl'Ul'lllL'N. During the hrst week ol Ulllll st-lllestely the girls look llll'l'lS going to the llullst' lllHlllt'l"s ltltllll lor get-zlcqtlzlintetl lizlrties. lllsl ltelore tlllrisllllgts tlles gathered lor their glllllllgll lllll'lX' whit ll illtltltletl rea lreslnnents :intl zi gilt ext ll1lllQ'C'. ff al LNJ e W qi, V r s W t - Q E l his s Q E 5 Vi l gg! J- I '57 staff is se as l Uk 5 l an I I F' I uf 'I Holtzman Sabra Goldfine lolfvo . 1 - Cl Nl rris Martyn f lllird r:tirElgiabmilli-Mimi,'A timid imiiliii iw' Umm' ummm Gross' Calf'dliiiarslxnghltlililidlgitriciao Ariderle, Linda McGrath, Rebecca Nash, Frances Baumgartner ' mem WWW. ',l -l, Hf,l , F. l lf :, lf : Spucfil 'l rua i V ' Setondsilgdra Caton j H I HI i In mi HU IW' im d' Patricia Connor Elizabeth WakefielClfARUlh Jqhn-Scinl gmqlllt Robson B""0m roirvfi Cmhwrui mlm' 'NWI' iiriimimii' Ylmln 'iimm' LUCY Num' Mrsigro-lil' Erwin Anastasia Sullivan, Marilyn Wilson, VWQWB ml N09 in panmltenorf: McCord, Milli., qlltllll, 1'-rl.,ltl: 2llillrl..r.t, Stl,ltllbllcigzsjorgwrihifkc Sandra, Loeb' Phyllis Wendl l ' 4' ' ' 9' ilmmrl lillrflfnt, 1,,,,tt.- lllrt-lllllf-yr-1, ,Inv rl lffllrf, 'V Q V ,. V V VM , l' I . 4 J.. f 4 f l -.-- p . '55 Sager Virgene Anderson, Janet Monier, Carol Wingfleld, Helen Korenghu, , . . kcr a-rl I I , . I V ow rg... V ,. ,. ,,,., JCM, LM-riyl.lV Slmrcn ALrl,rLVf MMV Bale-n ' . - S h V Na C St Al . 4 V Tlllld' row r -r-' Gu-'rt-r-n Rami, Dcrrrvc Aldc, Patrrcra Paulv. Ann Alcollf 5YlV'a Hardln' Joan C Us er' n Y Urles' 'Ce Barns- M5"l!f1 Tap ,owl Cla r, . 4j,,r,1,,rrf, Fqrol Parrot! B b B 1 RW B - . Banom row: Suond row f- - ,w ' " f , Jiri 'lr Drqklrwacrw, Hnrlurwr: Peterson, lhara Boxdorfer, Merle Kuyrkendall, Mrs. Long, BY BYE U90 9, la Offh Carol ENN0, Not in Panel: -v .- , '- , ,' l . L w V . - r . B no EVAQ Vr .. VH Czrlrl VViVs.Z.V!VV:VVVVV BVVVVVVVV BVOVUVV Domus Boyd Karherrnc Kenyon, Helen Klernschmndt, Lrnda Matthews, Barbara Sharp, Clarre Man- or rn ,,-..- r.-.' ..r ., r , - --, - r r r 1 J rl 'l I ':'rfr. Clrvla SY'-HN No, ,,, mm' r ,,,,r..-r, .v,',,rlr-.'.r- f.'.mh.u Skrlcs Zeta Tau Alpha Illl Xrlixr' l.ll.1lrlr'ls V., V akfilet .. r.-3 t" ' . , T MF' 1 IVA lll ll IN I l K V lV:!!ZxgAV?V ! 1, I. Xl lr.' .nmr.l X'lllll'l lurmgrl, "C,rxslzrl jffl -r-- o- l.rsIlr', mrs nm- ul rlu- num gqrlgr grml rm-rlmrzrlmlc V. KQIEVULSQ' . rxr urs .rl rlrr' N1'.ll. llu' lrrrusr- uns rrzrrrslrnrm-cl into il -ff .,s:',,'7:Q N-.mum stun' ulmlr lc-.rturr-rl gr gllllvrrng luunlznn, zu lrl11lgr',.rlnl.rrll1lll.llsl.1tlr.rwruXL'l4'rlwllltllllllllllllllll I--rl llrrrnrg Ilu'r1llr'll1llsslrm. rlwrrlvrlgc ll'llllll'l' intro' X-1.11 rlrrrul r.nlr rrlrrlgv, .curl ilu' fr'l.rs sung ilu' "Su'c'L'l- Q ,. ln :Il N-mg IN 5 mn -rl llrr' lrlr-rlgr mlm r.rrrLul llllllll'Nl rn lwr plc-mlqc' lrss llrrr-ur llllllllHlN rrrntrrlrrrlul lu llun Xrtrrmrl rlr- lr-nrrrlrrs ul !r'r.r l.ru Xlrrlrr. llu' urrmm was ll r rrllf' lfrl ',ull X141 ul fr'I,rgr'X1x1r-nrt-V - - , I r l -C4 . , r . rloN om'E"1 R"-3 BOW. secrelaryp Merle Kuyrkendall, D'N'El""' lxdmu, 9'C"50f'. membership chairmang Barbara Buenle. VW' 9' Thara Boxdorfer, lfeaxurcr Clair il renchan Marilyn Enrico, e Man- fl-srx X X, Q17 . "rx ,T wr, 2 1 ' ef -Qu. 4. N- Q f 'ff' :Mk 1 x r 'Agn ,. If .X 2 was K -, ., V I r. Top row: Claudia Young, Harriet Dolby, Narhalia Payne, Barbara Turnipseed Bottom row: Laurel Jones, Jacqueline Abrams, vice presidentg Clofildf: Pl1GlDS, Pf9Sidef1f: Barbara Gray secretary- Patricia Cross ' I N91 in panel: Betty Burns Alpha Kappa Alpha 271 .-Xctivc Cluxplcrs . . KLA, r ir. , A , games and shows L A R Carmval . . busy gals . . . Q S M, 3 Hb-LCKIUTIQ N "p'ellY girls . . . IF honors . , dressing-rOOfY1llfT9f5 - , ,V MaflCfl'f prezldfflll i l V 4-nf 3' 2 A y .'l X 1 s ig Y I A-fl +5 ,Hlnrmal S t -W Salt wud ,og I , ,, ,,,, 5. mf..-, ,kldrey lfend, Suzanne Foissotte, Helen Nushart, Judith Zavodny, Donna Cayten, Sandra Seegren, Carolyn llllcmgx -. -li ral '.-.id-V S',lv..i Hera.-.'icl1, Nancy Weaver, Susan Jordan Suond ,ow 'Y V U 5 ,,,, ,,, A '.k,, L, gmt-1, Coraluc Dennis, Karhryn Corbin, Recille Chaden, Mary Shelton, Mrs. Wells, Nancy Warner, Sylvia Schlui-, VIN' 1 5o,,cm'l,l,wlAll'l .,,' 7 ,,llr4lT,,,!l,'l3l!l: ,'.! ,llgllllufflalliedalfagagdllylllllgdees, Frances Bamburg, Barbara Elder, Joel Willis, Karen Rover, Helen Gall, Arlene Ctibb, ll0U," lL' 'Jiri' G--'fvwd I'-'ary Schaal noting 1 wx Ul'1ll 5 lllizirlcsl nl lliu X 1-lxgim l ul BIMC' Buse Hall y 5islL'l'm l .tml ll 1 l l l l Nl'X.lll.l ,lull ll lp .Xl Ili lllllly :ii I iiginics 1 , I llllx1'X ll.ill. mlm Ii .illliiim lamina llgill, is nm' ol fi"il?NfJ'l5i lllllllcl' i ilu -ililut imillvtit li,ills Int XX4lIlll'll. l'.l'1'clc'cl in , Wllll USU I'llT,itii.ixiiwil.lx.iiiiilimixli.iii.iilgNIm'llin'll1'sL I , gl lxui Xt'.llx I U xlll'Xl1'llwlXl'lllHlll.llllllHIl1lllllQlllK'llll'lN'llllllL'l'N mix Iirlll im ll.ulx ll.ix XX'mi'l.vml. lllKllllK'N ul nlrl -.ln il:-liii.l1i'il llir' m.iiii Illini ul lliiwx. llll- lilgli llgllll lil llll' iiwki nil um ilu' limiiiuig lil llivii limi lung lhil .it lll1'll,llllIlll'l lil-lllini 5LlllllllLlX L'Xt'llllll1. Xllillii lx ll ix XX: Ill M W" .i NH l , -A ,our Omron-Top row: Carol Fredrickson, treasurer, Marion Klalnlkf 342 S Clgalfmanz Anne Eastburn, secretary Bacon row: Marcia Burley, vice president .dem 0 'om 'OWT l0ffY C0l1n, social chairman, Yvonne Barta, pres! TOP row K. lhird yo, M N Second , N Bonom , N nfcru? S "6 " 'lhc Lui! doo." lmtuz noting Liu- -cxcrul gazi- i.h,l!IL'x!wI! -A the 'H-LEX" hmm UML ,ff Emu Q gr KH L"-U21 blslth um .md .1 Emu .ami .1 bmw . xl ZEN' VI' HJHN .u iv. f naxmw ru.: DHZIW! .. "'h'1l'.l!InA Tnf.. A hx 4 , 1 'Sul ,.-A 'I' 1. ,. "i""4 fn- f 1 u Il 1 ul lwl 1 'Vu , ham, W. 'P Y. Evans Hall i Xt'X.itl.i tpgigjv J sw-2 'Q v Y Oflicers-Top row: Ragnhild Hiscox, secretary, Sandra Greenleaf, presi- dent, Nancy Mathis, vice president ow' Susan Galbraith, social chairman, Jenna Lambert, hall council Bottom r . V I chairman, Patricia McKee, treasurer Evans Hall, which is next door to Busey Hall, was opened to women students in 1925 as a Univer- sity residence hall. Previously known as West Hall. the name ol the residence was later changed ln livans in honor ol Laura B. Evans. The hall houses one hundred sixty-lour girls. Dads Day Hleekend featured a banquet on Satur- day evening, complete with entertainment and l group singing. An ".-Xt Horne" also was held dur- ing which the fathers were given a tour ol the living quarters. The main lounge ol Evans displayed paintings and art projects done hy the girls. The events lor Mothers Day XfVeekend were sim' ilar. In addition to the banquet and art show, gi pajanra party was held on Saturday evening: at hrunrh lollowed on Sunday morning. lop row Q as Hurd sow 'ncond row Y ' iii., Bottom mv. 344 C an, Barblfl mmm' l ' ti-ri-t',l55,,.i5 FLG, ...I 4, ,mc Q. sn. ', H. - , - , r ro xncf Morrhcid, Mary Lmdlcya Olympia Dyer' Linda Ken, Gwen YQ I T 'lr"N ENV" Eirhva Hog ' " ' ' , E -l .. . , , X 1 X n Cv K 'IC I ser vl yn Rttdtr, Jody Thompson, Susanne Jensen CI MY, PWM, V' -7-rr4,'.lf.y 'Jylano h Y - t f ' Nr- Ezcv, Pr.-.ctlla Thoigi '.l.?riZtCcPfi'iJdgiwr' Ka""Yf' DBIY, Beth Pearson, Suzanne Ballou. PGV' A ' ' 1 'ID Q N ' mc cc' NBUCY HHS, Irene Lange, Mariorie Grim - ' 5- 1 M Inq, Marilyn D-4.99, DO I Q- Pars C. ICI ' 'ma Sled, Loretta Alfonso, Suzanne Franks, Sally 0 , , sro cmenv, Edith Romnes, Ruvonda Archer, Dolores Keri, Beverly Arent, Katherine Hum cia Franklin' 1' . Pat: 1 V - I . .a 0 ic, IIQIDIG Shive, Margaret Carter, Linda Evans, Qian, Foglerl Hamer Do as i V sg 'aa 3:2 J .X , 1 , ,-- -,.w. X, .,v 'y-...P D 9 s 2 1 9916! ora tl' 4 "- f , , Illini lfor ' iouplvs lions to winter given it tllnh. ' lrzllio. 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X11111s1111.1s11.1111 1111 lll1J1l.II11'l1Q111l11111'1111111X 1-1-1 1.11111-11 111111111-11 11.11 111-111 .11 1111- I-.11,1. 111111s1-, 1111- 11.1111 11-1111-11-11 .1111111111 1-x111.111gi1111 151111, singing 1.111111 .11111 ll1.1x11lg g.11111-1, 1J111111g c.11llNlI1l2lx 1:11:1- 111111. 1111- Ql11N 11111111 111 1111- 1.1111.1g11 1111-41 111111 1111-11 Illlll1.l1 141-1 11131-1111-1 111111111 .11111 1.111 .1 111111-111 s1g1g1- ...gl ,gif . 1 'god' Oman-IOP low: Sharon Frielich, vice presidenvg PhY11'5 MMM" 1r1U 5CCY0113Yy ond row: Harrievle Jacobson, freshman adviser: ROHM' M' B ' D'0!'dHn1: Sharon Adler, social chanman atom row: Evrabelle Sluisky, ireasurer 346 V Tap row: Ihird row Kar S1-cond ro Coe Bollom ro Aki I 1 ,.,"91. 1 1. O m'UYl: C1111 is Top row: MarY Wilson' Jane Swlz' Jane Howe' Joan Lloyd, Ruth Cunningham, Karen Bossert Rosemary Schuster Barbara Strunk Sandra Sell l i' S ' :Al'c'a Laible, Vicci Young, Glenna Blunier, Ka H l , M 'M - ' f , Thlrd rlggichenl llelores Wallace, GeorQia Allen Y ep el ary O alley' Carolyn Sumpllon' Carolyn Anderson' Nancl' HU'fYf l-'nda Nl00lOEf"Yf C6I'0l g lMG'lk',C lUfk Sh HH M' ' - . . Secondcgtgga gigs' Pggguyl Mnasonaro es aron o mann, ary Cunningham, JoAnn Gish, Mrs. Stahly, Judith Fahnslrorn, Alice Shoger, Virginia Seller, Btlom row: Bonnie Provart, ,ludnh McClane, Kay Reese, Nedra Tho iso , M t W'll' - 4 - . 0 Akin' Cam' Elsony JO pun! Margare' Irwin! Shmey Kessler n n argare i rams, Mary Schneider, Rosalie Bohnenstiehl, Katherine HunleY, Anne , 4-H House ' u 202 lfitsl Green X 33' Xi Scfxeixil giwgirtls were given tluring the yezn' :tt 4-H llnnst-, where the resiclents tire till --I-I-I members just il .is thex were in lllfll when the house wus liorinecl. Xniung the ztwztrtls were the activity ring. the service ting lcn liotise serxites. :intl the lreshinztn sfholztrship ting lor the highest giverzlge in thzit clgiss. .-Xll ol these giwanetls :ire given once ezich selllesteli l Next laill, helping to celehrzite the twenty-filth :inni- Xi'l'N2ll'Y ol -I-H House, there will he ai kick-oll amn- pgiign to rziise lnntls lor the new house which will he linilt nn Ohio Street in the netn' lutnre. lnt lntletl in this ye1ir's spring snfizil progrznn was Il little Sis lVet-kencl when the girls' little sisters visited - mtise. .Xn earlier uc-eztsimi wats the Upper Class- nien lltite Dinner given ln' the lreslnnen alter the ,lu-1 Q h x K 'MI' ft f",ff',,- 0m""1 Peggy M ' -JS Glsh' Vlcfl pre- ri 'Yeas " 5 ' f wer, Qfjwm mm' on lirnigi, ,,,,,,,,,,1.,' ,Clin ',l.,,tpfr, giifrwliirf, JoAnn ilvtlltlllt iltfrlllll . X! --' ' " 0 lt V l ! -7. .JJ V ' cl .fgsv 'M-.... xl' ,..ff""" A-xx J , ' I I In Lyvn Hamer Barbara Bass, Carole Hirsch, Eva Mand I, Ilene Erlich, Barbara Fox, Sheila Davis, Judee Gelman, Judiq., Top mwiwilbl I." L, SING -.'y Miller lllorcne Shulman, Carol Miller , . - Thhd 'ini'6'vs'Vi"LQ",w:l'l'5Qvj?,l,,.v, FXMQI rwxl my Susan 5I,aCk,C,V Rm, Brookstone, Helen Levin, Julie Eger, Maureen Mark, Leah Meyer, Leslie Blank, Maureen Blank, Sf-mndllirdvvll gill,-iii'Plzlclliitfelcl Jndf Sworn, Jadiih Bleiweiss, Frances Greenspan, Judith Wright, Mrs. Godfrey, Marion Banish, Sandra Golter, MQ.-een AIU, Boiiomlllrgilzi iillnciliibniloyiildith Greenfield, Norene Crane, Enid Levinson, Barbara Lazar, Edith Rosenstrock, Barbara Gitler, Sarell Gmdon I,,- pffr- lirliilw Tnrnof? llllli Smith 'l'hii'rl , lmlvrri, which was opened in the fall of 1946, is if I-riiml ln' ni lirmrcl rninposccl nl fzithers of the I AUX girls wliri lin- in Ihr- limisv. The name Inrleco was ilviixi-il lniin Ihr' ivrml iiirlcpc'nclc'ni. l-'qnli wiiic-sirfi' this yvzii' Tnrlcrtu had ci Heart ivi We-I-lc ilniing which vzirh girl gnvc gifts to her I "ci-I Il'l sisn'i'." 'lihi' wwk was rliinzixcrl hy I1 party .intl ixnh gill lvziiniivrl thc' irlc-nlilx' ol' llCl' Hczirl I iii lhi' sniizil izilc-nilzn' :ilsri imliiclccl :i Bontril l'.lllX, lin nlix llinnr-1, Si-nirn' llinnc-i'. :incl Srliolzir- , ,jx I Z chili llinnvi. 'W' Nsvgiwx ' Niliiilnisliilis ni-ii' giwgiiilr-il ln Ihr- linlc-to .Xlinn- ii,n' Xssniigiiiuiii Ihr- iitriiii-x' lui' lhvw sclirilzirsliips ll mis i.iisi-il ln Ihr' gilnninqir- llll'IIlSl'lXL'N. .Xs gi philan- iln-ilin Iiirinii, llll' im-iiilii-is ril liirlr-in niziclc c' iiilniiirins in llll'c.llllllHlll'1l Ivwisli Xiilwzil :incl tri Ihr- llillrl lffiiiiiilgiliuii. I Lag f I . , 'li -:'g'i5" 'M "' 343 040' 0m'8'ff'T0P 'DWI Judith Wright, Qresidentzi 5af'fi'::::3l?rtz.p1f9V" adviser: 'Marion Banish, first vice president, Y second vice president U . , 1 aww, Bottom row: Judith Slonim, secretary: Judith Bleiwaiss, V9 73 1- I I I Omccrs-TCF vice DYE Socond r0Wi Feitler, Bottom row: l' ill ing ll'I'L'SlL'tl l'Nl1ll7llSl' .l. 0 Ci QQIYL' il S lhi' girl: .X spa ilznicc I' I ing girl I hgisis ol I i'xc'c'll1'l Civil lhi' hui ii'hic'h ' I ,Xi :lic I I giwng ii-qilc-il, i-'Elf ig- 'ffffix I .l-iii 59' -16-3,-31.1 "" :r-'3 ix 41357 If "'w Q?-f . I.. "Tis" l I I I I I l I l I I l l I l l I TOP lov SUrond I Bottom I Not in Gelman, Judith Maureen Blank, Moreen Alex- Sarell Gordon, fi i l i rw 1,-.X ' , ,,- f,,...- .- hm-in Golier, hes n ance: Gfeenspa ' , agiirer .0 6 Q, ff - l omge,,...1'op row: Judith Greenstein, daring chairman, Elaine Krinsley, vice presideni - A smnd ww: Ruth Soiomon, treasurer, Geraldine Suskin, president, Wende Feitler, secretary A A Boliom row: Marlene Kempner, social chairman Filling a need for campus woinc-ii who were in- terested in organized living. lgiiircl House was established in 1946 :is ai coopcixiiixc lioiisc. To celebrate Colunibiis Dui, llic house olliccrs gave a skit and party. .VX Hzillowcc-ii pzirry lounil :ill the girls attirecl in cosliiincs. A special higliliglii ol ilic nnniigil spring iliuiicr- dance was the preseniziiion ol giwgmls no oursizinil- ing girls in the house. Tmpliics wc-rc given on ilic basis of campus zictivirics. service io ilic- lioiisc. :incl excellence in scliolzirsliip. Giving anonymous gills lor ni week io zi girl in the house was pziri ol' Lziiirc-l's llczirr Sisicr XYL-ck. which was lielcl ui rlic lx,-ginniiig ol czicli sc-iiicsicr. Airlie close ol Llic wc-ck, liiizil gills :iiiil ll parity wcrc giveng the iclcniiiy ol' uqicli Hllcairl Sisic-i"' was rc- vealed. Laurel House 307 East John xl ..... v -T-Y . -1:5 Q- J -v. 5 -iff fi - s W ' 'T 'e f f 3: Vg " f , V ,gill I '5Q1f:'i, Qin ' f i, eh , - 5 , i 1 ' - ' X : if, i gens -i Q :L H ' X 1 i 5, 's i 2,1 X- v- 1 1 Q .A 3 1' f "AFA-sgfi . Qs- AE- x el,-Xe-rx if 1 8 is e f Q 1 .f gi Q ,lcd if H V, i 3' if is i 1 X' l Q I " I i'7'? P31 ip 2 -i W '3 J if M' v , 1 fl gi Mi- 9' 5 ' Q", "ive-is K fa - K f l ' f f i 'S 4' 2- K X' ' ffi'i?-ii-'5- 5. e"' fs 53 . ' l, . i -s "' 7- Q ' Q 'Y if 1 2 ' i is S in .- X ' ' I s 5' l i Q ' iff ' - i x 1 - i - - 2 ' . t ik f 7' J XXI J 'A 1 w ' V . sl f 1 a 1 1- as ,l K ,J ': . . ,i . , I ,fra wi, , gk S. ei f A t iQ, wi , 1 it? R A rv l is ya Y- X J l X x bi .,,.fK1 V f ' 1 ' ' ' ' 'iw ET ,. , i Us " i T X' ' - . f f - "' ' ef i ' -. ,fi 3 1 , V ,i i ,. ' X .- , xg X- X x st K V I at V4 X . ,X X X , X Q 'E is X ' , C rol Isoe , an lna Starr Sllella Agay Isl Dowell, Elaine Krinsley, Corinne TOP v . , 1 N Singm , I . Segqngmbvlilflh Definer, Muriel Goldsmith, Carol Leaf, Reyna Kaminsldf Rulll Slrriinorliidiillilcgreensrein, Geraldine Suskln, Mrs. c Epne.iMarcra Friedman, Marlena Kempner, Myrna Jacobson, Ruth So omo , . - -n Roslyn Kaplan, Arline Asfheimer, Sheila Bgmom 'n, Anna Kleincld, Wende Feirler El C hm Elimbem Saddam Sharon Berman, Elaine Benlami , ' ' V . gn O 1 Eww' Naomi Javrnslfyg Linda Kahn, Carol Farber, I9 m . Not in pawefmbnf Slwilii Hcrbslmnn 95 Velma Klein is if 'isles hfvf I W!! ff! 1' Mwwmw .-1 , , i s fl iii :li alll ill li l ii A, rl fi 'i il l l, in E mmf: N 349 F i ..4 ...--p ll ll lu , l Leeman Lodge 336-ff' r 1 L Q J- ,ff K . . - - c, ff' Ollicers-Top row: Mary Lutz, treasurer, Phyllis Delveaux, soc'al hy man, Ruth Pitelka, freshman adviser, Janet Douglas, vice giregfdea,-ll. Officers--Toi Carole Hollie, scholarship chairman ' Cofresp Bottom row: Sandra Spitzer, president Bvttim 'og BYYQ ' ,X "Pop Party" held in the winter was a unique event at l.eeman Lodge. Held in conjunction with one ol' the men's houses, this exchange featured at glowing fire in the fireplace along with pop and lJOlJl'Ul'll. Leeman Lodge entertained children from a near- by school at Christmas time. The girls also lilletl baskets with food and gave them to needy families in this area. A dinner was held to honor those with the high- est averages in the house and those with the top grades in their respective classes. A Steak and Bean Dinner was another event which recognized scholas- tic achievements. The social calendar was hlled with dances as well as weekends such as Mothers Day and Dads Day. liach month a special Birthday Dinner honored those members who had a birthday in that month. Top row ruvrr W --sis.-f. I ,,,.,. Cyvnyl P, t " " ' ' " " " if --'Clml-,ity G, .1 yy 4 h l Third 'avi v ..i.,f- P fur f !,-.mm-i i,f,,aqjf'fm,,,,,m' LYIcCgoS',J:'231h fctrtz, Maureen Conrad, Anita Elder, Carol Kilker, Patricia Cline Sym. Suond :Q-:K " o ,.- p i p N P, ods il' Marilyn Karpmsklf Marla Rude, Jane Schroeder, Jane! lhalmwn' : ., vf .1 .rams 1, v sr' Lnqfl Sand, S , N I Barnum :aw t. f I -My U .,. pow ,N -, fm A , 0 D'1U. 1'-tra. Hardcsry, Janet D0 1 Q - . . . No' m pm" :M P vycgvn t f 4 rv . rl Yer., Bene Inman-te. Judith Hcdgcr Marie leg asf! uth Pntelka, Carole Hollie, Patricia Schultz S du WM. .W I :ez cmann, Margaret Schabow, Shirley Whitaker, In hlclii named mother tions lu lircscntl Y.lV.CI.. single l The t lcrcnt 1 lmign-l tiincs cl honorer held in ln at mal da dame i were it Top my A Third ,ll S L wand Bottoms l N07 in lr' . Social chair- 'C9 president: a unique :tion with 'eatured a pop and rm a near- also filled ,y families , the high- h the top and Bean ed scholas- ces as well Dads Day. r honored tat month. me Sylvia yptlrrtfififlf 'iartdra white rg Top row: Alice Atteberry, social chairman, Mada Beauchamp, llie " o ccorresponding secretary . . row- Patricia Montgomery, vice president, Karen Strack, secre. Bomiglyg Sarah Hofsas, presidentg Ruth Campbell, treasurer McKinley Hall was Finished in 1913 and was named in honor of Mrs. Hannah McKinley, the mother of lftfilliam McKinley, whose contribu- tions helped to build the hall. The residence is presently sharing its building with the University Y.W.C.A., the two groups being governed by a single board. The members ol McKinley Hall entertained dil- ferent members ol the faculty and other Chain- paign-Urbana residents as dinner guests several times during the year. Senior students were the honored guests at the traditional "Senior Breakfast" held in the spring. In addition to several inlorinal dances. two lor- mal dances were given this year. The Christmas dance was given by the senior class, and the juniors were in charge ol the spring liorinal. Top row: Malcla B'adl9Y MGYY DeFrat0S C'3f0lY"1 Fleming' Barbara Pefefs Emma Anderson LqTdaMKi'nnrlllr1d'dld: Margaret Morton Anita Gorr Rrcki bzwe lidltllleglizilf- KaSy llirgnklln' Barbara ljollack' Joann Cleary' Simdla McArthur Joanne Spal e ay F l Carolyn Konneker Glen a - in, ' s une Tlmd Tw: Norma ljllllll ilggf'rlSWll5O'lf ludllh Lcwls' Mary Beauchamp Judnh Delp Kay BlZll:rlYMl?ellil5 lCilC:1l?YbeMclllilillen Carlol Wood Mary Arn t Segond endelsf foffnl D'lmperio, Joan Lander, Norma Corbett, Mary Peter Deonna Forrlnarghm bell Karen Strack Sarah l-lofsas Mrs Stone Patricia Mont 'owl Virginia Bolin, Mariorie Swanson, Charlene Prasse, Alice Atteberry 'SUT IC F7 Bonomgomehry, Mada geauchampl' Emel Mgnorf Dom Leg, Ella Ozolrns Beverly Sc rpae Jamce Geschwmd I-0.5 Nestle Karen Ntccum Glenneth Scha ar blow' Barham Hodiim, Carol Snyder, Phyllis Barker, Sarah Mcliown Helen Pain Efndra Summers Renny Greenwoo N01 in are O5l9fmeier, Nancy Kinney, Mary Smith, Kay Kilbourne, Glenda Marsha a panoli Safbh Robinson, Barbara Beckman, Barbara Dcllenback 1 . 1 1 , , . - 1 N - ll :1 H6 --. ,T A11-. . W Y tl K K fx 'r . 1 11' 5,-1 g 4 Q . 1. ,, yr k 1' X Nw . 1 I, I1 Q ' Pl' . 1 K Q Q-. , 1. 1- M- '- 0 'ni as - Q N Qft V 'ller P uline Geglio, Marilyn Schaus, Mary Geissman, Ruth Black, Dixie Mgmon' Top vow: 111111111 1-1.11-.-food, Judith OYndOYH, Grace PaD9f1dlCl4f Sandfa D'eVm1' a Z Kraft .. - - K - 1- , Barbara Kendall, Nancy Norman, Mary Glenney, Judlth Aenci, dfrga Sharon Reaper' Theresan Healy, Almut French? susap Albers, Norma Nxrlnnc ons U l Third YOWI N-WCY Wllbofflf 5l"0'0" 5P'l995' Snmh Galbo' Rum Hoogelwerl' Maman a U ' ' 'l M D rlene Giuffre Patricia D I ' C , Paralee Perkins, Mari ee ommsen, a . , IBVIBS. 1',Ign1avon Jo Cudworlh, Ruth Moats, Carolyn McMI1f:l1enh S!,13I'cgnJo!1:1rl'1g?r:' Evelyn Brown, Marcia Mathyl Margaret Baldwin, Mrs. Darnell Kirby Johnson' Second row: Claudia L1ppcrt, Marie!! McCall, l'l0l2f1 Flrivfe Ynkrob th Th t Boltomhrcolinfljljfncylcnljcgfrlialillellcisalyniiorlilhcodilllgalrlriyigllbadynollinitalzsaiiies, Susan Shannon, Pa""C'a.MCCOmb' Conslance Aspen Conslance Kenslckl' Carol Pankowf Judith Pahin, Dons Olson, Sandra Marlin, Vesta Schwarm, Dolores Golemb, Beverly Mable Not in panel: Dora Craig, Julianne Richardson 11117 lfllsl Daniel 1 . I11 llll, .1 Nlllilll 11-111l1-1111- l1:1ll l111i 11111111311 s111'z111g S ll 1 1111 llll' lilllilllil 1i1l1- ul llll' 1:1111 1111. .X 111111051 l l . 1 . 1 11.11 11111111111-1l 111 lllltl il 11111:1l1l1- llilllll' lm' 11, z1111l 111111 1411l 11111151111-1l 1l11' 11:11111- 11l :1 l11111-l i11 l'Zlll'0lJC 11l11'11- Nlll' l1:11l NlLlal'1l. 'l'l11: 11:11111'fl':1l:1111z11'-be 4 Q ' 1 -'Q l11111s1' 1'l1'1'li1111. XViLl1- 111111' lllt' lllllllll ll 11111 1l111 1 1 ' X181 R1111 1'1'1'1l lllill 1l1c l11111sC was Ill ll I1-11' 11-Q11 ll Xl l1 'Q 1 1' '1 1111-1l il 111'11' l11111sC in 11111 1111g1ll: lllllllll lllll l1 cll'lllllDQlIU'll Ill 11'l111l1 1l11- 11's11l1'111s still l11'C. ' ' 1 1 1:11111- . .xllllfbllgll l,'ll'llll'll sl11111s11111l 11111 lllllllll l s . 1 1 ' 1 " A -A ' 4 'Q '. ll1c spring lllt' 1l11-1111- 11s11l 1 11111 I111111 NK ll 111 Xl ll A " 4 V: ' 1 1 ':1sl1cl1l1111l 1l11111- 11111 ll 11l11111111ll1 1 ltlllllll 1111l 11 ul 1l11'l11111s1'. lll1' lllllll'll.1lllllll.lll'N 11111l11-1l :1111l 11-1'1'c1l 1l1c :111- 1111.1l S1'111111' ll11':1l1l:1s1. 11'l1i1l1 11111 l11-l1l 111 l11111111' 1l11- 1g1.11l11.11i111,g s1'11i1111. .Xlll'l' l111-g1l1lg111, 1l11- 11-11i111i1 11-.11l llll'll xXlllN g1111l 1111111l11'111's. Fi rea i'T'l H 11:1 li - 451 Ma'Qaret Baldwin, vice president l 352 1' 1 1 Top row: 3 Bail1 Second r0N lem B1-mom rv' Jud N01 in pal . , wlh office omcem D0"5 Sliver, treasurer: Ada Price, public relations: EYilVc'Lx?nW 6 52 5eC'9'0fY: Klrby Johnson, president, Marcia Matl1Y1 WC" 1 Bonorf le Minton, row: Suzanne Alton, ASondra -Pearson, Sally Blacker, Nancy Shipp, Nancy Lantz Mary Craveas June Hutchcratt Maril n K T- J L ' ' - - r ' - ' ' I Y a in ane m B Top NS, Norma Bailey Eugenia Smith, Judtth Spatz, Martha Johnson Linda Bullard Virginia Vida Patricia G d g' e me afbafa ' - ' ' ' I , Gwendol n Ha es C l C l I 3 ow: Melva Gage, Wilma Schoenewelss, Nancy Scott, Terr l L h, Ad l ' oo mon Y Y f awe OUS GY, .Barbara Duncan ' Johnson, sewn r anc Williams Y as E e Sellers, l-'nda Hale, Mrs. Jordan, Sue Bandy, Jean Sumrall, Sylvia Smith Karen l Pankow, Judith Moreen, Maxine Ayres Not in panel: Judith Cotter Q-:F 515'-Q. P ' .0 ' ' '19,-. -- . -,Q f Jfvx-if Xff' ' . ,lit I ' Lemme, N y 1 , Bottom NWI Jean Bower, 'Judith Darnall, Carol Crout, Helen Rash, Janice Therien, Judith Tidd Linda Butler Kay Overton Judith McLean Nanc M K'bb. ' ' I , y C I ln, Presby Hall 405 East John The Lyvia Ball Memorial Presbyterian House for Women, lelt by Mrs. Ball as a memorial to her three daughters, has become known through the years as Preshv Hall. One phase ol lile at Presby Hall was shown at the hreaklast held during the spring to honor the seniors. At this brealdast the Grace W'elsh Award was pre- sented to one ol the outstanding senior girls who was chosen on the basis ol her contributions to the house. Among the vear's social events was a party for 1 .iii .3 I' L71 OW fm. ICQISQT I Ci Biifan, Bandyollimwz NANCY Sturm, Lurretarf, linda Hale, presidenti SUB I Bbttom ', Ce m'f5'd'ffll: Sally Hlaflrer, lrfggliriian adviser low' . . Mew Cmyerrz, lr1g.r',urr-rf l.,1,t-nm Smnlli, -,flrual rlnnrrnun underprivileged children. Another event was the week- end the girls invited their little sisters to visit thern. .Xnother aspect ol Prcsby Hall could be seen at the traditional "room teas." Every Thursday night the girls got together at these teas for refreshments and lun in anticipation of the coming week end. . J., , . ,. ,ig .- ,, f xl ff - ' 353 lg' 'X of i ll Uv' 1 Oli if V ' ' I- 1 v --1 - ' ll N K' R fx.: V 7 O v lf' 'A ' i ' I ' gl Q J 1 .a 1 Q Q L . S S' f X Y ,..l,,2g..-, '-J-,pu .- ,-, , .,.. 4... Top 'ow i V Vllv L 5, ,",4 , ...H ,675 ,,,41, , ,FDC ,,. L.Q,ti,v.:,?,r Tlciafs Kogpke, Sandra Young, Karen Schloerner, Gloria Hine, Patty Woodcock, Frances Fuller, Barbara f- - rf m lrh I L v-!fv1f-f, f14fU'f1' M"-Sr 'Hi 0 O'W "- , . . ' - ' ' ' " Snondxclxf '1,'I",M ',L..'V"'2 I Ayyy NIE 'iwnlyv NJ',,N'cMfSO,,y 5Um,y,w Teyebcwgh, Dorothy Baran, Mrs. DornoFf, Janlce Camp, Judith Reynolds, Jean Prachar, Judy Bonomllllvi fTf',',', 'x'4 flml ,ffffj 'li,,li,l,TAllH mv pd,,,f,l, Qrpowkcy gafbafa Malcolm, Belly Ropp, Norlu Miller, Nancy Curio, Nancy Herman, Sandra Renning, MM, P-.r. fw Yo .nada Soccle Barbara Wclss, Mary Hale F Illll gvl wil IIILW l lu ull S erwoo o ge bv 'LIQZ lnul lulm .ILQQI llc' mlin 1 ml K Nlwxxmnrl mu nnu- ilu- lmnm- nl wwrzll clilllcrcnt iml ll.lll'lllllIl'N nn hlllllbllx, lmul it was t'Xl'lllll2llly turncml I-,lc mm .I nuvnk llltli'lbl'llll1'Ill Imuw. XvllK'll lllc house rim rlmngul rmnnmx, il um llll'll llllllK'1l into an WUIIlClllS imlr-In-mlm-nl Innm-. Sinn' il l1.ul mm :mlm-, ilu' rcsia l 1lt'lIlx Xxl'l1'.lNlA'tl lu II.lIlll il, XX In ll ilu- mlmimc' clicl not ul: N N m M ' K I , 1 I . Q l 4 .J . . l omg"-TOP row: Suzanne Tevebaugh, secretaryi Judy Kahle' ,owl l Top Bonocrga-Vrgsikngniageifil gaarpaz vice presicient I "NWN, S - , presndenv, Nancy Car son, eco, Bona 354 :Ullel', Barbara Sa Semerdiian, Prachar, Judy Renning, Mary ' alt omce,-5-Top row: Janet Rutherford, Commissary Joanne Miller, vice presidentf Donna Chiles, chaplain ar Carter house manager: Karen Kelly, presidentg Anita Bottom row: Nl Y M Boughan, social chairman Stratford House was founded in 1949 for the purpose of allowing Baptist women to live to- gether cooperatively. It is still closely connected with the Baptist Student Foundation, where house members devote much of their time. Stratford House itself is an exact replica of the house in which William Shakespeare lived in Stratford-on Avon, and thus it received its name. A unique Stratford tradition, which was repeated again this year, is their Ides of March Banquet. Held on the order of the old Roman banquets, dinner was served to members who lounged on cushions. Other traditions carried out at Stratford this year included a tea in honor of their house mother, an Easter breakfast, scholarship and birthday ban- quets, and the annual St. Pat's dance. Stratford House "' 2 L, iff 1 9 ,af rg., , Sv fi X 'ya' lap, ,LA 3, Q 'I S9 .Sl e'P,,, 'mfg-fe 312 East Daniel K Yahle, social Top ww. B, . W . Chin Mary Lonnur, mu.,.,... F. ety Chao, Phyllis Younger, Sandra Spitzer, Mardelle Krler, ill I h H hwwef Second n:zQeraId W d J T Warner Danielle Burton, Marilyn Hawkins, Bonnie Fuller Margaret yin ' ' OWS Nancy Berry Di ' Chl-' S' Jr' McCaslin, Doro1hY OO I me ' Bottomlhllbara clump, Loretta ajrodncs IL I dm U R h f d Donna Chiles Karen Kellvf MVS- Mlnlon' Joanne Mlller' Anna Bougllan Mary Cal el ' ' ' ' 1 I er or f ' Jefrxg ggszrloofbourrow, Virginia Anderson, Janct U l o l l l 1 Wescoga l lltlfl XX't'st Illinois . i 1 i r i t l I L t rcers: Harriet Albin, first vice presidenty Shirley Jones, secretary- I l . . N It Priscilla Bergamo, presldentp Barbara Ingold, treasurerg Mary Pipe, . ' second vice president: Ruth Miller, social chairman ' l I l l ln the spring oi 1942, twelve girls who had niet at NVesley Foundation decided to organize at co- operative house. The result oi their efforts was Wescoga, or XfVesley Cooperative lor Girls. The house was actually planned as an experiment in living together with girls of different religions. Since then, Vtfescoga has been the campus home ol many girls of different races and religions. Alter the girls finished their fall house cleaning, they collected many items to give to the Good Will Society. This year's social program included two parties with Xftfesmen, WVescoga's brother house, and one Heart Sister YVeek each semester. During Heart Sister YVeek, each girl did a good deed everyday lor another girlg the names of these "Heart Sisters" were revealed at a banquet which brought the week id., to a close. ' ' Y kvifvfr ya ,Ir I Top row l. if a HM Yhird low K1 1 5 rlnt Avi.-r-0 if, ,F i. ' 1 he-fr, tc ..-aztgrgy P,3y,gC,a Arm- , Second row ra r va xffmrdb ft , C' JUN' Hans' Mbm Pri All B cgnroul, Jane Anderson,'Arlene Tuttle, Margaret Eyer, Jacklyn Mesenbrmk l Q ' f ' ' ' , sci 5 - Bottom row. Jcsv. Hcgb-cs. Enzabqfh r.'.:Hoxc. Mary Campbell' Mar2'31?'Ogm'm1fYKZgDel?lsRSt1:1ksMlglerE Nadine 'Craven' Mary Gayllch ' 1 df ara Um ef ie" Cami View Alito Gaim f-,,, . t . , . ' ' 4- V -1 V Gclub . L "'a ' E' .mor " ' cr' Al'Cf- GMC-lnef, Barbara Voss, Theressa Stratton Amy Butler 356 Omcers-T Mar9U BONOYI1 fo' Allen Allen. plvccpl newest Grouni ol it w hall w The similar crnrne South. about 'l'ht two di the ex and S Top ,, Fifth Fouygl Third 56cor Bong 4 ri, lx 55, secretary, Mary Piper, had met tize a co, Fforts was rls. The fiment in religions. 5 home of 5. cleaning, Lood Will ro parties and one ng Heart every day rt Sisters" . the week ftrtlf B 0m,er5..Top row: Leah Stolman, secretary, Aviva Katz, social chairman, Marguerite Davis, president, l-lope Clark, committee coordinator Bongm row: Nancy Kim, vice president, Sandra Ayers, treasurer Allen Residence Hall was named for Louise C. Allen, the first woman faculty member and the first preceptress for women. This residence is one of the newest members of the University housing groups. d was broken for the building in 1955, Part of it was opened in September, l957, but the entire hall was not open until January, 1958. The actual organization of Allen Hall is quite similar to that of L.A.R. Both have separate gov- ernments for the two different divisions-North and South. Allen Hall, which has accomniodations lor about six hundred sixty girls, is larger than L.A.R. There is no physical separation of Allen Hall's two divisions as there is at L.A.R. At Allen, most ol the events and activities are held jointly by North Groun and South. TOP row' Julia Finl K ' D th Damrow Mary we .' , GV, Donna D'll , D' W t, Joyce Glinz, Brenda Slgman oro y K d Judnh Lang Judy Eager! Gatla Grubb, Geraingfg Danzig' Juejy Lynch, NanCyVMaa5l Judith Osborn Barbara Albright Judith enne y mth mwenechkgrllglonecyg icgldberlg, Lynne Ruzlali Eleanoy Falkegstecgnf ?2L:JsZr:'bAylcp3mle5mary Haferkamp Sharron Gibbons' .Ludltthb Frargzent .Luacmiir HpagltsclaDEacE1xzaIllgl:hrArRtj:TOSIre ', F19 a t, R' k , we, an ra S R IE er arte gig? 65590, Consibnceoixlexbnndeenr, Cjrdlwlgudfey, Karen ,Lulanderl Maky Theobald Dorothy Bromberg osa ln M Ch D N W ck Hama em m, a S1 I ' , ll A ms, oan 6 h 1 ry apman onna o a Folmh how: Judllhrlg'lms'rll?l3:?:Ysflagil44!E?i11lZlLlelTlearinlf3liST9?'?lF'Zn' Elrxlorlgaschla p Barbara Buslcli CaCEZlldl1yrliAtNxlli:rist.elaeCilllJaiicggahgwgr Abby Dubrow Joyce Kortanek Caro n ere Hoppe, Alice Cole Karen Hall Mafylfay O'Gf5dYf Bafbafa Kaplan lrene Pl 6 ?ESl Schmdel Doris Rleclemann Sherry Lund Pat RlOYd3n Linda PGSSEFW lhird rEllildA'rlMalyDBymei Dorlothy Dommgrmuthl Sylvia Reed' Saltfl ltlolie Fhzlrfirij Caildltlse lsllgiha Urbas Phyllisk-lafge gauge? Wfggrjy'Sighrelllsslnligtrlacllavillsgbimidle - ene ' " V" c U IF1 a urls Horowitz, CynLlhll.flHils'lrbOnn lxeifrizriymgfoiilihlalnh Ebllhaellinellgsllcqas, Cynthia Zung Adrienne' Wltlglqfolrfujrbiltlxaptord algayila Sklbell Rosalind Coppersmlth Mary Harmon Seco dcarole Frlsf Kathrine Travaiglio Judith Draanik, Jeanne Slovacek, Ellzabelh Chllds Argraila aGrant Marsha Hearst Sylvia Schwartz Sally Gelstetn Marilyn a n Assy: DiFanedLoomis, Kathleen tollins Audrey Menges, Julie Bagolg Hagyggggegclpilartzbur Gall Hofffenberg Kafhllleeip Naushhtlpn cl5Lr1lcLa.n5r:ckg1CEa1Iff1leDgreor:1hye e ea ' - ' - .' ' ' on zen 6 on Llnda Klllltemifllanlfiglirbara p'f'5kYf ljudllh Goldslmrel gl5AdiidCrf1Idh, Shirley Alter Carolyn Berger Joan Kal:LanSInJO:rTTIan0 Hamer Greenberg Lynne Alderman Nam ottom ww: BemiCe,pUEhI:gLy fgIddts,WGatl GiEl?qnrfCJlijl!3 Tcrry Librnan Glenda Gladvllle EyelynMW6JlrffmSJoyiOpe Cflark Sandra Smith Ehzabeth Montague Arlene In , ' ' m, 6 - 1 ' Eghwarcz' Sonla Coalfff Gillllloflclilnlxlllflfl 'lAU5k'3'f Suzanne Fischer Nancy Smgel-t liz-ihllliiclldo CAlJrienne Behrstock Jane Jetlerson mdelf Karen Hletko, Jean Simmons, Loretta Ottwell, Sandra Fee Lucy Baker 6 D 4- L. r- L L -. ,.. 'J ict "' ,. F! '7 , A' Y E. I 4 rin an H , if if W fl ' "'f'si -- I' fix' -- -3 fig L L, - ?.122,r -- -if Tf?lj'-"eq l t ' lt l t.tilitiiitt.tl in-ttts tttr lttili-il :ttt .Xrtixilv Rcrotgttt- ti-rtt ltittttt-t ltr-lil rtttrr- gt s1'llll'Nll'l'Llliil at l'ttttiot'-SL'tt- ' ' ,V ' t iiit lltttttrlt, ,Xttritltvt ttarlitirttt at .XllL'li-XY1lSlllC itt- - stallgttiiitt ul ttin iillttr-ts iltttittg Nlrtlltr-t's Dux XYQQL- n -i 1 T I p t, , Hg i, il J, , M f, , El' N, I , Alle e Burtis, Bonnie Matz, Claudia Arnold, Martha Miller, Eileen Bloom, Jane Miller, Sara MM . Op 'OW 1lVIHf1 tl1'DJ'lLJf1T 'HTL Llf JY IITOYE DC CSOVI D b B es' Barbara Nota MCGUIYBI Mary Lanier' Mary Gaitens C Ul' trtv, Norma DL-ardorfi, Judith Rorter, Sharon Sanders, Karla Peterson, Bar ara arn ' Fifth row: Eileen Schreiber, Elaine Kasen, Arlene O'Sheft, Martha Kielhorn, Phyllis Mack, Sally Fritz, Karen Middleton, Georganne Penwell, LaDonne Bener, Louise S.,-.fr'n,On, Karen Scltetrntan, Sally Brubeck, Barbara Evers, Judith Crook, Helen Rolston, Carol Strickland, Yvonne Jeffries, Adrienne Gordon, Phyllis Levine, liort' Katz, Shirley Kroencke, Elinor Lerner, Joyce Goldberg V Fourth row: Gifraldtnr' Hofirnnn, Adrianne Nudelman, Patricia Helm, Mari Davison, Yvonne Vtsh, Barbara Jones, Mary Ryan, Sharon Neemann, Mariorie Brown, Virrtinta Zacltrto, Patricia Murphy, Cecelia Adams, Joan Branch, Tanya Cohen, Claudette Pochel, J9"lVl'e l'lOlmeS, Barbara Louthan, Roberta Cook, Suzanne Aaron, Ina Penn, B'-rbara Polisky, Marlena Baldriclge, Mauriene Crystal . ' . Third row: Stuart Hiinlies, Olga Erceqovac, Betty Eiseman, Rita Roy, Judith Roberts, Myrna Loring, Lynda Daron, Martorte Sulltns, Sharon Russakov, Margate, Polorny, Dorutliy Vanderbilt, Ann Armstrong, Cherie Mertens, Arlene Dothum, Annemarie Klink, Barbara Carbon, Paula RlC'2, Rosalind Zisook, Suzanne lrir-rlrnantt, Carol Sinner, Carolyn Briggs, Susan Booth, Judith Gordon, Marlene Feinstein, Annamary Donovan, Almyra Havenhill Second row: Darlenr, Nlatttlnei, Sharon Cassell, Bonita Melnick, Ruth Hadler, Marilyn Breeze, Virginia Howard, Zelinda Bennett, Jeannie Rittenberg, Janet Ellis Dt-lorr-f, Korcnorl, Ruth Edwards, Ruth Kell, Valerie Neville, Joyce Cleaver, Harriet Royick, Vivian Kolton, Donna Johnston, Patricia Skubisz, Marlene Owczari Irti., Frances Raclic Eltralzi.-tlt Zohrer, Jean Hunt, Judith Lutzhoff, Linda Light Bottom row: Jitrlitli Mitrln-ll, Mary Poaq, Harriet Chase, Carla Walborg, Susan Alexander, Sondra Sapora, Jeanette Wissmiller, Diane Schaack, Joan Marchant, Patri- cia P-tDr-nl Marita Lastr-rie, Donna Kaisertnan, Miss Farrar, Barbara Less, Marsha Kain, Adrienne Zahler, Rochelle Berkovitz, Bonnie Uhlir, Nancy Minnis, Judy St-.nail i'.'aldrr rl Ptnnanort, Valdina Fink, Doris Klein, Beryl Smith, Rochelle Graber Allen Residence, South l llllft XXX-sl CLt'c'got'y l l-.gtrlt H4'lltl'Nlt'l'.ilsLtgtiillllllDl'0lL'K'l.,XllCl1i'lZlllCOI1- ttilttttits SSH to tltl- ltr-:tn nl XX'ntttctt's litttc-tgcttcy I-'ttttil wltirlt ptinirlr-s ittttttulizttc- :tirl to ttmlct'gt':tcl- ttxtti- tvritttvtt. lfttttrls lrtt' tltis rlitttzttiott 1tt'c iticotl ltrttgttitrl itt tltr- sr-ttti-str-tlt ilttr-s patitl by cztrilt resi- ilvnt. lfzttlx itt tlti' svlrttttl sr-ttti-slcty .Xllvtt llztll ltcltl 21 Siltnlqttsltip liattqiti-t tn ltrtttrtt' tltusi: who ltzttl ex- , l ivlliwl itt tltis ltulil, Rvrttgttitirttt wats given tocx'c1'x' L . r r 1 tint- gttlttvxtttg tnrt gt l.ll tltc- ptr-vtotts sctttcslL't'. ' , :,5,Gg,gibll,2A'lw lltnsi- trltn i-:tttti-tl rnvt' gt l.5 t'i'c'r-iwrl xt llowr't', it I it in r - 5 '-, . ,rri-fat,-,Yrs Nl tiisi- at Sritttlt :intl .t tqttttgtttiitt :tt North. lltosr' rivets 'K -4 ' i I 1 Jrfxi vttil. F ran aJJ il va , H' ai' 1' gl ,ggi Omcers-Top row: Beverly Gardrer, treasurer, ShirleY K . f . Bonom 'ZW J'-fdllh Braun, social cl airman, Judith Htldenbrart r COO' 'nafofz Mary Gerspacher, secretary 358 i I roencker 'lc' Dfffwdentg Nancy Thompson president d comming s ecswass. knew www . Nsmasswsee s Xwnswwi x sswvsssse sc Qcccwsiccsf .Ll -ss-sss-asses s L 1, S 1 Top row: Fourth ro' Ma Third row Rir Second rt Mc Bottom vc Hu ., 'hi' :inf ,VI . -...A 5. . . . ,,.- L -i . , ,X- , .M , ff' ,,,a"' Omer Betta Sara McMur- Benf-?1', Louise tyllis Levine, 'lorie Brown, Wk, Suzanne DV, Margaret wok, Suzanne Janet Ellis, lene Owczar. irchant, Par,-i. Minnis, Judy Third Sec . j K, Top row: Susan Stover, Sandra .Demeriian,vJoyce Adams, Naomi Brown, Dorothy Coburn Diane Kloth Fourth row: Carol Rubin, Ophelia J'3bl0V'SkI, Carol Clasky, Sara Samson Marjorie Dodd ,Elona Sherman Judit ' ' ' ' I ll LBVWQ, Diane Parrish, Rita Wells Marcia Murray Marilyn Austin, Louise Weisberg row: Katherine Cooper, Nancy Wilt, Gloria Laner, Elizabeth S M ' Rimjandl jo Neely' jeanejje Howard, Ardejh Cjawson Onnemann' Hnlvn Anderson, Sara Wold, Deborah Johnson, Margaret John, Judith Bass, Tema ond row: Judith Peterson, Sarah -Burke, Una Gremmels, Mary Jenkins, Margaret Jepson, Marjorie Kasiel Brenda Cudzjk Anim Gaura M S h .H M ' ' 1 , Yfna C l'l Than, BYY McGuire, Patricia Holly, Gloria Copp, Ethel Person, Simone Gold Bottom row: Phyllis Voy, Nancy Wisdom, Laura Shanks, Mrs. Grinnelle, M' C ll B ' ' ' - A Hubert, Ruth Kramer, Ann Montgomery, Grace Dvorak, Virginia Vsgsolcolskii ElesnnorlleZul?elnSJo53drlSlZinW'g4LAi'BlilhyJgl-inuiifl-Jgidclulst' Carol Carlson' Vlrginia H. if Lincoln Avenue Residence, North lO05 South Lincoln Ajaproximately live hundred girls reside at Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall which was, of course, named lor its location. L.A.R. is organized into two separate divisions-North and South. Each division has its own government, which consists of a Hall Board including all of the major officers. The two divisions hold sep- arate house meetingsg issues which concern the entire building are discussed at a joint Hall Board meeting. Many of North's yearly events are held in conjunc- ' Oil' 1 Cke Vlce Iter5-1' A , , . 'oem ' 4 up WW- Carole Kosvick, treasurer, Phyllis Voy, committee co- tion with South, but some are not. L.A.R. North had a distinctive Senior Breakfast for which the seniors were served steaks as a mid-morning snack. Both L.A.R. North and South had a Recognition Dinner at the end of each semester to honor those who had contributed in some way to the house. Seniors were honored here, too. ordi , . - I nator Harriette Ellman vice resident ' gm 1 . , eornrnllfee om y . Af ID I , Wdf E ow- Kafefl Person, social chairman, Janice Keren, president? JO 'USL secretary ...ii- ll l ll ll 2 il i il 'FA AF 'V J J l ,L k . . - - - - ' ' F , M t W , - Top row: Cirol Jacobson, Martha Briesef, Palracla Butlel, TBYUB Slfl"l99Vf -lUd'7ll Vi-lkellchf 'ludmh Ohlson' Marguerite ran argo 'en Carol P'el'50l'll Judlth Adams, lnqrld Johansson . - - h G h Z ' 1 . sinh ,owl Hciwc Nom' giwfione Macy, Phyllis Hansen, Sandra Ford, Ardeth Erlclcson, Thelma Sterllng, Kathleen Smlt , retc en elg er, Judy Macafee, Adrienne Firm ,f:,?lgl,'iidrg,F,aC:yPlififcgiigg Robinson Donna Lawrence, Marilyn Wilson, Judith Beason, Barbara Rossman, Janet Reagan, Ruth Olson, Cora Grabill, Marilyn ' ,K ', , r' ' ' F I ,M ' Kl f d, Carol Towner I U D SIHTDJOVL Mcrcdlth Dykstra, Nola Delmer, Lynda e drnanj dargaa Ffmoao1erKa.herine MCEIYOY Hamm Arfal Marlon Bachenhelmerl Joan Budickl Rosalind Fourth row: Beverly Huflord, Joyce Handler, Jeanne Hollmanl U l 0 I ' , ' C V, lc. - la ll l, R la CC.: Sm'th, Mary Willis, Phyllis Appell, Merle ClWUblf'l, Carolyn Lorlpef , , , Q A Third roizcipgilincugrsenobellzg, Jgniie Weigel, Roberta Sax, Gwendolyn -DGVIBSV Susan Budlngeff Sand' Daslfalf Allce Baulmgf Rosemafl' Kowalemkf D'a'le NHWYRH. Jewell Gaston, Cleo Necley, Florie Zide, JOBS Piwgefcptflhflf? Fife' Ch I N S ,Th :,.'1,,L'dA ,Pq"H 't, ntla en, aroe ml . I Q l airs: 2:5 igiiZj'r,3Lli!lgCk,I2t1gr0nYCigpla?1,rlEizarolaFri1arilL? Joanyfiergman, Judie Goldman, Rae Lesser, Adrienne Frledman, lrls Cooper, Mlldred Clark, Eleanore Storm Lincoln Avenue Resiclence, South H105 South Lincoln i l ' l,..X,R. North zlncl South sponsored jointly one T' 3 lorllllll :lllcl one illli0l'lll1ll ll1lIlK'C czlch selnesler. ililll'Nl' llilllK'L'S well' helcl in Norllfs dining VOOIII, ,V f while ll'll'1'NlllllK'lll5 were nelwecl in Soulh's dining 5, fx L lttttlll. Slll1lllt'l' Nftiiilll CVCIILS, such :ls exchanges, were ,ll V 'l rlllllilvlilioll. ilillk' hoolhs wc-l'c Yiuclgc-cl on original- llc-lll Ni'lJlll'lllL'lL'. I.ilNl lllll l,..X.R. South hc-lcl ll czll'llix'z1l for which c-lull llilllllttl' UlllNll'llCll'il ll hoolh Llllll enlerecl the ' Q 1 Q ' 'I "1 1 -'ol' poo -, ff C011 S s .IIN llllxllx iNlllN ln h lxlnl., lllc llllllLS ol lhcsc gnls Ill' xlllllltl on l hollsc pl lclllc lhlx pl llllll ls ldlll lll llll lilllINl lllll.llx. C-llls lll.lX c.nn this honol hx lKllXl . mit109 "BW-TOP row: Rebecca Burkett, treasurer, Maxlne Mach, Com coordlnator .idemi Bottom row: Hilde Sauter, vice president, Cynthia Allenupxmmm 'leflfle Englehardt, secretary: Patricia Hambrl9l'l', S003 360 Top row: BI Fifth row Lil Fourth rc Hi Third rox Cz Second r Se Bottom r El Top ro' Fifth rc Fourth Third r Second Bottom rson, Judith Ee, Adrienne Dill, Marilyn lik, Rosalind ne Nasiatka, fanore Storm rx Committee 1 president? gial chairman een 5 : Karen Fredriksen, Martha Buxton, Helga Binde, Barbara Paul, Jeanette Ko , J d'th B ' ' ' Top mllhitstein, Elizalbeth HEImilton,BArlee1n Hunger, Judgth Carlslbnz-1Florette O'Connc?F U I Orowllz' Lols Hogrefe' Leamce Edwards' Bmcella l-lower' Freya ' : Elaine Su man, eanor eauc amp, ennie oston, in a Tison, Judith G , R b' R h B ' ' ' Fifth rc:-'mda Johnson, JUdyCRopinSog, jam kHaI-Tolxferl Jgnices Farmer' Suzanne Geller reen o in ut , arbara Kierstead, Phyllis Dutchman, Susan Kott, Donna Rose, gh w: Patricia Long, ormne o esa , e a ui e, ar ara Wenberg, Karen Hol h , Cl R d' ' ' ' Four Elgrriette Ellman, Joan Ernst, Nancy Lord, Shirley Lewis, Judy Slotnikoff, Debra PiEkr?1LaitirRegi?trs Firinltn' Emma Salme' Audrey Dawson' Eslher Mozmskl' Third row: Sandra Yazarian, Joyce .Wold, Gail Emlund, Barbara Tripp, Ella Flores, Sandra Finney, Jane Wechter, Nancy Semrad Barbara Hansfein Paula Feinberg Carol Kosvick, Millicent Brssl, Carol Huszar, Karen Towle, Sylvia Zupnik, Janice Keren, Zibute Doba, Sarah Muecke I I I Second row: Helen Reed, Carol Dixon, Suzanne .Menz, Phyllis Kramer, Janet Olschwang, Alice Gregory, Ellen Greengard, Catherine Troianus Iona Pelzman Sandra Slutzkin, Launa Cramer, Sandra Glller, Ina Kaplan, Adrienne Sebreny, Beatrice Millner, Sandra Goldberg, Phyllis Posner I I Bottom row: Lois Chait, Linda Bloom, Heddie 5OlOm0I'1, ECJYCE STEFFI, Ruth Smilgis, Dorothy David, Sandra Bartholmey, Karen Wanless, Renee Yoger, Lynn Kreiman Ellen Walker, Melanie Tannenbaum, Ellen Walker, Sherree Gonsky, Janet Greenberg l Lincoln Avenue Residence, North Lincoln Avenue Residence, South TOP row: Roberta Bliss, Judy Schruber, Beryl Shapiro, Felice Koloms, Linnea Pearson, Lyla Morine, Cynthia Hawkins, Patrlcla Link, SUS R0blf1SOn, Gl0I'iS Langer'- Fifth rd5il?'M,iJlJn:jjgclJhl:1l:bT Aldona Walker, Evelyn Kaminskas, Grazina Gudaitis, Gene Rimkus, Ruth Joiner, Peggy Scott, Kayla Chase' D0f0llWY Feldman, MGYY Fourth libcvllrljllglinlollfllecfheiflfllJlclllyc?'ZlaLZlasdi?oAlllZrncir?jrIlllAZrc3k,Ml5.liJr5raNlglebhgaerl?Ollllglllyll:l1oElelrk2l:ill2, Glenda Eshleman, Jearltne B:-:Jme,elFaren Korthauer, Bethany Hage, Jane Third rglgffllanlglaBgoakibyffsgggirganggluxalrgigg'JZcgcilzglgggedlekytgnaspsrijSETS?Ypillsgigfgilggrtrgqgraggiginlgfrrig-JSEUSSTIJail? Hcielllgel, Patricia Gould, Mirlca Meizr, Myrna Second '9pWiinJ0Atll2eyOlZJlJfaTlClifarlllhlilalngchlcvlfalillldf l-Xlcllrl-i,Sn:srRlblslen,R?!ei2a3 Gaeflrdr, Sandra Grassi, jVl6fY TQYZTJI Eafbafa Kramer' Maflene Moll' Clarena Brlzendme' Hylene BottomSlbetl2l'R2lJ:l:'Eg gilrllcseltlllnlllleciall ggfilr S?3l:nih?aPSrirylgler,SlEalli Zgfgftztlnllllllgaghl? Jzlahe Kotfig, Karen Rosenzweig, Janet Skaare, Sara Dempsey, Kay , 1 Y 9 I . Vozenilek, Sally Grimes, Margie Schaefer, Kay Sippel, Nancy Wilson, Harriet Weinberg Q-Y Q' , wr- ff-v l v-2' ,--q K u PZ 1, N n Muriel Garvin Karen Kuncl Judith Weeks, Sh arron Vondracek T ow: Bmlzvir, Knife, Jeanne 1 tec, 4 ' ' B chta, Vivian Bass Q , I Sg?oLd row: Mziriy Vlelwfar, Nelda ThSf'nP50"' Judlih Bunf Mail! iovgsgetgxfiyeiiureirg Phoebe Burt, Mrs. Real, Kathleen Redington, prestdentg Ruth Towngendl Bollom mwg Louise Volkistort, house managerg Susanne BITWD 9 social chairman Alpha House I207 lX'csL Springheld Beta House fllll South Lincoln h ll B b ra Schubert Barbara P0 . . . . l lop row: '.'.film.i Hollunluricln, lvlitrgarot Hydun, Carol Winters, Marilynn Brown, Mrs. Anderson, Evelyn Rupprecht, Marilyn Mitc e , ar a , 1 ami: Second row: Hildeuard Ulhriclw, scholarship chairmang Judith Gabel, Carolyn Tullis, vice president, Susan Rypstat, presidentg Eleanor Shook, 59Cl'e'a'Y"e ' Bot Gtgorfna Lute-, Mary Ky.ill.i, social chairman tom row: Jndttli Lak-, l'r.inluu Mctxlelly, Jacqueline Wilhelmsen, Mary Hoge, Patricia Black, Patsy Pollard, Margaret Burns 'os :nntp vw 9,1 .. ann, Y. AN -,- 46 fl 6 "1 TT .MH , Nl 'r' ua VJ. 4, lil Top row: Ju Second I .lo Bottom r Not in E dl T09 rc Seton: Botton , , 1' 'Y ...Qi V Postal 'YJ-7 K J, C? 1.1.2 Q33 nag W-Y I , s ,fd ., KX K ' C sg - . ,L A J. Top raw: Barbara Pullman, Nancy Van Cura, Patricia Rollins, Mary Schnobrich, Margaret Simak, Elizabeth Evan, Marguerite Balton, Gail Hecht, Pauline Quinci, Dwmendi d'th Ba er , . . Secondjxolvz Naicy Kohner, Constance Argires, Christine Buzdygan, Beverly Barr, president, Mrs. Ross, Katherine Goldberg, Joyce Gloppe, Sophie Sarlas, Joyce Snyder -....w..,n, , B nam row: Barbara Glow, Barbara Harrison, Jean Hamilton, Mary Bieschke, Joiene Lansen, Sandra Gierke, Maria Scoofalces No' in panel: Barbara Drinnon, Karin Ekdahl, Marietta Herweg, Barbara lsakoFf, Barbara Jensen, Judith Klepinger, Bette McCullough, Masayo Nishimura, Mere- o dirh Osman, Helen Pan, Jean Rushton, Lois Schauer, Marlene Schopp, Alice Sklenicka, Pat Twohig ll I2 South Second Gamma House l2lll Xllest Springheld H I Maurer president- Mary Knight Jane Fitngerald, Cyn! TOP 'OW' Linda Bezdelc vice inresidcn! liuuse manager' pdlflfld Cfdmef, een i f .dd ' ' ' ' ' , t Atreasurer: Ruth Ki OO Second row: Bonnie Vanlwsklrll' Dlalld Cond' Mm' Gallald' DelcllalwlllleiiollllVSlgic?aaCbok Georqie Swartz, Janet Evans Om row: Judith Anderson, Cynthia Browne, social chairman, Khea i an Y, f af- 7.4 If QP' it .,,.aa- tu-v liia Clilebicki fx 78 'Y- Iop Thirc Secow Bono Nov Top Secou Bom: Noi L 2 To row: Betty Willc, Vivien Lee, Ellen Homann, Diane Deeg, Marcella Wennmacher Marietta Hamilfon P Ihird row: Loretta Zimmerman, MSVIONG Belief, lfmgard Pesler, Laura l-leffle , M G , n, Bebe Seggnd row: Kay Olfmanns, ,refasureri Norma nstmbel Commissarf Priscilla LZirdlagresiajkZ3b1erT,MC5arorlIeeiiLannT,lS'-iigngrEcrederick, Dologes Karrrleier, Jacqueline Jones A ' ' ' 'ef WCS DVGSI SHT: De oris Gregory, Frances Meinders, secretary, Marilyn Petke, social chairman 5 H 1 Ellen Hand, Cheryl Fuerst, Glad s Z' b I, B ' - 4 N4:'1:1'g::iLI: Kay Asay y ir e onnle Dammerrnan, Janice Mailand, Barbara Oettel, Eleanor Ober, Judith Laird Q Phllea -104 East John Vanlig 506-508 Lust Daniel TUP row: Linda Peters, Lucia Backus, Verna Godnwan, Grace Lasterie, Barbara Van Voorst, Marian Baker, Sara Richards, Ruth Holstrum, Nadine Everett, Karen S dpomlflfof Carol Brown, Gunduz Dagdelen, Loretta Tsai, Jeanne Kushino A ' I 4 4 econ dow: Rachel Jarboe, Ortrud Conrad, Vida Lucas, Barbara Barnstable, treasurer, Mrs. Rohl, Jeanine Elliot, Dresldertfi Jeanette ROTl1, VICG presldentg Darlene ever secretary Marrh W II b I h F C I e Vir inia Haye' 6 O enwe er some C alrman ran es Q Q t Charlene Mortell Aldona Avizienis Rosalie Moss om 'OW Jo Larkin Malia Debels Shirley Courtous Lenore Gustafson Barbara Hardy Barbara Laplng on 4 V, ,I t ommissar Phyllis Fox Mary Doyle Mary Zilla Ann Livingston, Margaret Reiman, Dorothy n mspgnel MGVY Rafferty scholarship chairman Colleen Moriariy c C oening Donna Tredrea Marlorle Young Ama Kuoppala Marcia Zipay an 'I Greeks and Projects . . . Competition and Fun , . endless rnecrings . , .detailed plans . , . busy committees . . . rewarding week . . . exhausting races . . . startled prize . . . winning partners . . . i 'ill i It ' I l 4 XX Q ' ' l Qlfr- - of 'siren E ciiiiiter highest honors . . . returning alumns . . . artiSf . . . wearisome labor . . . ic talent 1 l , . . blaring jazz . . . Sheequon fever , , , big-show prevueg D . . i Y ,t Officers-l man: Bottom I' Kent .Xczu Sweetl lrzicliti house clrzlplf :incl u A621 ll year zitlilet Hlrien Dzincc Hef .lCi'f xi itlezils 'lili ll. C :iwzm liars ro, Third Seem Bong Nut officers-Top row: Maurice Jones, secretary, Jimmy Keune, social chair. man, Marshall Mable, treasurer I Bottom row: Robert Smith, rush chairman, Ronald Fickel, president, Kent Francis, vice president Acacia lraternity's winter lormal, where the Sweetheart of Acacia was crowned, was set in its traditional atmosphere ol an early English manor house Christmas. The Old English design ol' the chapter house, enhanced by pine boughs, holly, and mistletoe, added to this theme. Acacia's annual leud with Alpha Kappa Lambda, a year-long event scored on a point basis, included athletic events, scholarship, and Sachem Sing. This "friendly feud" came to a climax at the Feud Dance in the early spring. Help Week activities included a community pro- ject which stressed Human Service, one ol the basic ideals ol the lraternity. The national Acacia Scholarship Fund and the H. Carl lfVolf Memorial Scholarship Fund were awarded, the latter being available only to ment' bers ol the Illinois chapter. TOP row- Dev ' h D well James Hockenhull Bela - e Macomher, St art Rita , R Vanostrand, Roger Guliclk, 10590 0 J D n or Third HUn5ak?ff David Schutzg Wilharii Duchiham, Douglass Sparks, M'le5 HYde W3-jhlsr iehglifrld Heidi? Btilggy Edward AshleY Ge0'9e V"9'l John Rave fgwr William Adams, Robert James, Gerald Shriver, Max Schmidt, Jerry Riva KO :tn 9 I Second fc?wLgeRAdamS' Joel Hall' Conrad Umm! James Tuckerl Hdovltalld Praghaiileenst Wilven Robert Harmon Maurice Jones Jimmy Keune Ronald Ftcke ar i OSH Evans, James Banton, Cliflord Nelson, Loy- 'Son Bottomshau Mable' Kem Fmmis' Rohan Smith' John Corliss' Dawd Goodmon golitaii Vlgihwn Kenneth Smith Bruce Wheeler Wade Carll David Gardiner RLZWI Lawrence Kurcla, Sherman Reiter, Chester Michell, James Peter 'C a K Th Bowers Ste en Not in paE2tI:Sj22:1lt, gicliard James, Birqer Nvbowt Iaandholndewilliam Carlock Larry Lewis Richard Baker Ronald Draper enne D Norton, CMI Ebeggaday, Joscph Phc Jus, Jo n e r l l I I l K 1 l l vi l Willi.-,in Laird Third row: Clmzrli,-s lfielletr, Nelson Grc-mmclS, Sellers row: Poli-Qrt Hodge, Ronald Weber, Lawrewce Lincoln, Gary Oline, Donald Morrison, Wayne Stephens, Leonard Kemp, William Tormaf Geofge Brooke William Yontz, William Brahms, Raymond Schroeder, George Thompson, .leftrey Foote, Edward Swede, George lk Ecl d Bl hous John Weisenberger Richard Buesinger Paul Gaskins William Sull' Sgggnd ygwg Ggnrryig Ggig, Kenneth Bonneiv, George Loscw Y, Wa' 5 f ' ' ' 'Vall- Rolzert Behnkc Bottom row: Donald Bixby, Phillip Arnholt, Je Not in panel: Gerald Wilsoiw, Edward Kionlxa Alpha Chi Rho 5 Golgn Gregofy Leigh, Robert Phillips, Donald Portschy, Gerald Gregory, Terrance Romack, Charles Healy .ff Illl ligisl .hllllllly Q'Q',taJ':.f Il .Xi liw Clliglplcls .fir W 3. , lliis xinii, .is in llii' limi. ilu' wiiiins ol .hllbllll l,lii Rliii i.i1xi-il llivii' iiqumw in thc UDIJN ol the wooden N Q.: Q lN'lllll1'NXXllllll .ini-gi limi iil llic lixing mimi llllilllllllf I M i-.iili Iii-mln init is lillul il is smrccl auvziy and rc il.iii-il In .i new imc. lliosi- lic-mlm was evexltuzlllv l xxlll lic' llN1'1l ln lillllfl xllllll' l'iJOlll ill lllc' ll0llSC. XII llllhl' wliii gilli-nilc-il llii' Kl1'im"s "Clinic Nlllll lime" ll.ul iii l'llll'l lllt' liiilm' lllllillgll ll llllSCIllCI1l iiiimi-I limi-.lil lil mining in llii' clump 'Ilic llllCl'lf ill llii- liiiiiw was in llli' linnl iil ni ltligc-i11x'L'l'11 wllicll i'xi'n sliiiiliwl Nl.ll.lLLlllllFN .incl NllIlIllllll'N. Xniiiiiiiiiuiiilslninqliinisi-lumliimxx'gisllu':1ll1111:ll li.isi'li.ill gum- .mil liiimi ixlllllllc'l'l1l'rlllt'C.ll1llJlC1'ull Xllilii ilu llliii. X ii'mi.il liiigiliini. om- iiinxcllicnl Iii: lifiili lll.lIJlllN. lx.llXX.lXxlllIlN1'll line this ment. l l l Top I' Fourth Third Seconi Bonon No! ir .ljw . VU. in 1 mm ov, Om:ef5'T0P few: Edward Kionka, social chairman: Ifdwgrdauignger, Behalf' Wfe president, John Weisenberger, presidentp Richar Cy chaplain tom row: George Loschky, treasurer, George Gels, seCre'a'Y Q6 Brooke, Tap row: David Brown, John Lundsten, Williarn Sawtell, Paul Mortenson, Michael Keenan Velez Arias da, Geo F rth row: Donald RUFF, Richard Brewer, William Novak, Joseph Hal , Alb H . 'ge Thiid row: David Bowersf.Ronald Gelflrke, Howard Peters, Walter Bairih, Frei? Hjrrliidid' ith? Riief' ihiimas' Kennelh CeCiI"WiHiam Hauser - n Sullivan' Irish, Jerry Stout, Timonlgy SWBPLH I Y, vin o e, Kenneth Opal, Richard Schwartz, David 5 nd row: Max Berns, Dona- Ulric , John Brandenberger, Donald M A th , J . . es Healy Biaiiom row:MDavid Northen, Kirkland Kreutzig, .John Burnside, John Lescanf Jglnesangiitoiaerwgdiifdiih Eillgien'Br?JId3'lEbnAfc?ihelghgJohnGKlblennslaude LMJ,-T75 affin ' 1 , er reen, omas e y, J hn Not in ganel: John Harper, Richard Kolar, Edward Niehus, Richard Vanderlinden . y' 1 -1' 1832 Alpha Delta Phi 310 East John 28 Active Chapters Alpha Delta Phi was originally a literary fra- ternity. Active members still carry out this tradition each semester by writing papers which pertain to the fraternity or to the Inter-Fraternity system. Dads Day has a special meaning for the Alpha Delts at Illinois because their chapter was the first fraternity in the nation to hold a special weekend for fathers. This idea has spread over the campus and to other schools throughout the nation. f l if 'M' sf I , vnu!! 47' i Z 5 l, K .Mt 1 r .. office - d Elahoui U1T,iJ1oPYre:0W2 David Bowers, corresponding secretary, Donald Bu-ssinger, Bottom min- Jggirer: James Saer, house manager , I chairmagv V1 Brendenberger, presidentg Donald MacArthur, SOCIB 'K 1 MGX Berns, vice president Heading this year's social calendar was the tra- ditional semi-lormal pledge dance, the Historical Triad, given with Delta Kappa Epsilon and Psi Upsilon. Another social highlight was the annual "Roman Holiday" held in the spring. The house was decorated with Roman statues and columns lor the event, and all guests wore togas. 369 i,.-1 Top row' lrwin Singer Russell Davis Gary Silverman, Ronald Robbins, Howard Simon, David RUSS' Allan Carney' Jafk ROSenthal, Richard Rogenheld, Charles Gold- stein Perry Goldberg, Michael Joss, David Kirshner, Leslie Sussnwan, Lawrence Feingold, Ronald Taffson , A WWI, Th' d ow' Abbey Silverstone Kenneth Davis Alan Friedman Ronald F6ln90lCl, M0"V'5 l-evlnef Gary Feldman Lewls Slmon' l 'am ROSS' Ralph Lobergf Jordan ' ' ' ' - A Sh b i If f - - J Y , L Feld, Richard a a SecondwsdliliiAlrliiilliailellllllgldliiriilllleeiiahwle iigfemalzlichgel Cgspviy, aEVdy5alFde Cgerch, Bruce Brenner, David BVOVWUGI Alan Ballef, Alllefl Fagel, Morton Barnett, Stanley Hom Bottom rowi Barry Shere Illlichael Strangel, Edward Fine, Dennis Fineberg, Michael Listick, Lance Schiller, James Levy, William Ernstein, Robert Kaplan, Marshall Horwitz Not in panel: Allan Weiner Alpha Epsilon Pi l lifl ,Xrtive Llhzipters r-Xnnosphere is the key word lor the Alpha Epsi- lon l'i's "Gaslight P2ll'iSiCllllCH given every spring ill llie house. The motil' is that ol the traditional srnzrll l"renc'h cziluziret, complete with Oil cloths on . . 'fgsfsfsfsgsrgzr the tzilales. lleforzruons include zx canopy covered 617, 1,5 i"'-paiey' . . . . . if 9, 'usa ui' with Ilzislnng lights :ind stretched lrom the iront " inf F7 ' if 45.3 if door to the street. mills masked with blue cello- phzrne und typical wine bottle czrndlestifks. Games ol roulette, Over-Under, und Black pluck help to provide entertzrinnrent. ,X yearly plrilzrntlnopic' project consists ol donat- ing one clollzn' per main to the widows ol' AEPi's killed in the armed lforfes. ,Xn inrportzint rrziclition within the house was the oliserrznne ol xr Pledge llzrnquet. ,Xt this time the Y, 5 ' - . . . . 'a 1 4 old pledge lznher turned over his responsibilities to the new one. ,L "7 -1 VU. V, , F we X "vi" l 1 e -l J-,'. L ' . v-Q,-y.-1,,,.. i l un lan . - ter A Omcers: Edward Gerch, bursar, David Browne, lleulenam Tgiquh Baller, scribe, Allan Weiner, master, Bruce Brenner, BX Ol-'hcersz Hedrlc rnissari The llW2ll'Ll l ment ir present pledge The March on AG cleforzn Illlll'2llS .Xlpha was th house The spring in Ag' week c Top Io, Third I Skund Boho Not Charles Gold. Obefg, Jordan , Stanley Hom Plan, Marshall gffigeysg David Ash, vice noble ruler, Max Olson, alumni secretaryp Dale Hedrick, reporter, Joseph Helms, rwble ruler, Dale Helms, com- missarg Delbert Denby, secretary The Alpha Gamma Rho's presented their annual award to the pledge who showed the most achieve- ment in scholarship and activities. This award was presented in memory of Dale Johnston, a past pledge who lost his lite in an automobile accident. The annual Bowery Brawl, which was held in March with the Alpha Rho Chi's, was the big dance on AGR's social calendar. The entire First floor was decorated to resemble an old-fashioned setting, and murals were painted on the walls by members ol Alpha Rho Chi. Highlighting the spring events was the Pink Rose Formal for which the chapter house was decorated with twelve hundred roses. The AGR's also sponsored a Senior Day this spring. High school seniors who planned to major in Agriculture at Illinois were entertained for a week end at thc chapter house. TOP row' Geor G Van Win le William may ' ge Rankin, Don ld S ll o d, V rn Herzberger, Robeff Marlm ary D Third reary Cooper' Dennis Paar' Jrgiegll Caeckeiman' Phillip Dollahanl James Walhsh ll?dnhetliHl?lSunt David Boerner Max Olson Gary Whittaker Thomas Bran t Alan gllivllcene-Polfef, Walter GriFliTh, Merrill Diefkeff John Wilson' J D Sur er b t Carmichael John Rehn .lim e Jrut master, Second nares Bliss, Paul Malven, Roger Steiger, Philip Phar D Vld Ash Joseph Helms Delbert Denby Her er e!Clle'3lUer D W' Thomas -lanlk Forrest GllleSDl'2 Geofge Muck, Dale Helms a kns Harold Havvkinson Don Pinne le H d ' ' ' P r 1 Bm a i e rick L Lendell Dierker Curt e Notoin row' Robert Humphreys, Larry McCrery, Harmon Monk, Waller Hanks Leslie emon I . ' . . " Pinel. Richard Freitag, Roger Gillespie 1 l Alpha Kappa Lambda e10l East Daniel 19 Active Chapters l by l aye. t 555-raw fifgfj iff ,f ,155 I K yt t l f 2 Ill Omcers-Top row: Richard Bauer, vice president, Richard Schwarzlose recording secretary Bottom row: George Sanders, corresponding secretary: Charles Zartman I presidenty Stephen Thomas, treasurer One of the most important events for Alpha Kappa Lambda was their participation in the twenty-five-year-old feud with Acacia. This rivalry has been organized on a competitive basis for ten years, with points being given for athletic and scholastic achievements. In the past, the competitive spirit between these two houses has reached its peak at the Rope Pull over the Boneyard during the Feud Week in May, Confidently dressed in suits, the two house presi- dents head their respective teams for this event. Although the losers end up in the muddy creek, their spirits aren't dampened for the dance held that night to honor the winner and bring the Feud Wfeek to a climax. Another annual affair for the AKL's was their meeting with their chapters in Illinois, Iowa, ancl Ohio. I l 4 t l t i l , Top row: Marvin Hayenga, Gerry Graham, B d G dt . , , ' ernar au I, Dan Ktstler, Angus More, Robert Picker, Barry Anders, Gerald Salzman, John Clifkf Th. d D0""9L RIQQF, Ray Pensunger nr row: ennet Kohrs, Robert Parker, James K ll Th ld S ., sa.,tasamiifdanteitghzshirt' James Hettick, Donald Andrews, Ronald age, P+-tmp HM' D" ec n row: u nam c u en, ose Gl , G ' I n Bottom roWi William Kenflell, Thomas: Maixgn, ljillciliiimsalgciinihsrlscilxillris Zagmlinl Richard Bauer' Richard Schwarzlosef Richard l-acuemem' Slephen :nigomlfllln Goggtn, Terry Fmntcum, Laurence Grabb, Stanley Weber' am U' Ouse' Cass Apple, James Burns, Mark Jurgensmeyer, Robert Helflnstm, l UBVIU V ' Q Olilcers-T wortl Wirth Bottom N mana Beca and al made Robbe they It In tl house. year vi sold tc The tleckec their r Anc lor tht ol the and tl two h e wif' it 4, .Mx-,,,k -,it-463, H.. ...V lf' I Ari! AE, It O sfqq hf.,Ljs2 vt Mhz , -HTL' 3:52,-?s Q, 5, , flu - ,Z ' lib 's it TOP row Third ,J Second' Bbllomi Nor in Schwarzlose, Zartman, lor Alpha n in the is rivalry is for ten letic and veen these Rope Pull ik in May. puse presi- this event. ddy creek, lance held g the Feud was their Iowa, and pl David Dow, Heacoclif David S phen ilhomjaghn elhmllne' .. row: Anthony Bonovalonta, worthy scribef Len Peterson, omcilgrtlispassistant architectg Richard Hague, worthy architect: Charles Wirth, social chairman u V Bottom row: Fred Zimmerman, worthy 'estrmaterg Richard Tater, house manager: William Davis, worthy scribe Because of their active interest in the field of fine and applied arts, the members of Alpha Rho Chi made their annual presentation of a "You lfVuz Robbed" award. This award was given to the house they felt should have won homecoming decorations. In the spring APX presented an art show and open house. Work done by house members throughout the year was on exhibit, and much of the art work was sold to the public. The annual "Roman Dance" found everyone decked out in togas, and fellows were seen driving their dates to the dance in chariots. Another big occasion was the spring barbeque given for the APX's by Alpha Gamma Rho in appreciation of the decorating they did for the "Bowery Brawl" and the winter formal. A baseball game between the two houses followed this annual picnic. Alpha Rho Chi ll08 South First I5 Active Chapters A ' ' -7 . ' , Dale bnarernax, Uonalo cvenson Top mRikhLee Shflwf Richard Thomas, Jack Mendelson, James Wrzesien, R099 Sllenke' John Pavlovlchl Fred Zimmerman H ld Peckham Robert Hible Thhd r ard Diedrich, Niel Frankel A ' d T 1 r Ronald Piotrowski, Clark Lofgren, aro 1 liwh: Thomas Lennon' Harry Belley' James Kunz' Roben Hslung' Richer a e I I Charles Wirth Peter Len second Scart RLampertius, Henry Carrol A , M355 Hamilton, Richard Haque, Anthony Bonova onta, , drum S055 Potter, Raymond Chocholek, William Davis, Len Peterson, Hmmm row, Snford Furman Lester Olds, Mart Nurmet, Martin Kvame Not in Pa il. onald G'?rI9er, John Forker, ROf'lBlCl Labinski, 5730 Balodlmasf nf- Gordon Pierce 373 lop Hun S:-co BDIIC No! OW,q,,, I' ,ur Lv 1mer,Jame5 , . I ' ' . . 1 '- ck R k ' T : Charles Adams, Roger Perrin, John Monroe, William Grant, R'ch d G , , Dec er' op rolgmith, Thomas Anderson, Charlton Jones, Robert Holloway, Greslhajnr BrelSZcgl?lC?1:'lJ:serloBuU:c:e6:y'Ja:1ceQagjreWebEl1erl Reber' Fnsmal Gary Konkamp' Robert fd Bennen, Third row: Roy Potter, Peter Fernandes, Darrell Duncan, Kenneth Kraml, Richard Walbaum, William Carson Willi enllll hllvarl-Sl Buelow , . ward Mason, Dennis Schlemmer,dRop Rodlies, Harpy Leosnard, Dennis Dahl, Wayne Pearson, Philip Haskell I am O en lock' Ernest Hanson' Wllham Carlson' 5 d row: William Hin s, ent c ose, eter vanson, John Donoh , G Q - . I I nes Gladish, econ Henderson, Eugene Pitcher h ue eorge ameron' John Bnnker' Dawd Wade' Teddl' Smnllf M'Cl"39l Farrell. Robert Bottom row: John Campbell, Step en Anderson, Stephen Spear, Robert Beniam' , L A 'll . es Schrader, Charles Delano, William Hopper, Charles Vrhel, Raymond Dinger In any Uslerml er' Bradley Palmer' Paul Premlss' James Moes' Everell Thomas' Not in panel: Robert Boughan, Jeffrey Gaines, Robert Greco, Arthur Hasse, Gerald Roman, John Busey, William Bottomley ""7I'f"'7 4' 1 3 t .A if , l Q ' T' Al ' Il' , ,A Alpha Tau Dmega 1101 lillest Pennsylvania 117 Active Chapters Black and white footprints pasted in various spots around the campus were signs that the pledges ol ATO and Sigma Nu were announcing the V.NI.l. dance. This annual formal is usually held at the Urbana Lincoln Hotel on the First weekend alter Christmas to commemorate the founding ol' the two fraternities at Virginia Military Institute. Several scholarships are financed by the alumni and the National Alumni Association ol' Alpha Tau Omega. Among the awards offered each year by ATO are . ' e Y ff' Y jocks, V'C Offigen- - I 7- gecfelgpl 'fwi Roy Rodgers, social chairman, Richard Vtlzflnaom, preslden' Bonom ' lf' lf0fT1BS Anderson, pledge train Y Ca ow' Wllll-im Grant, treasurer, David Wade, presidfftli Geofge m elon' V'Ce President x, f ' Q the two which are named in honor of Thomas Arkle Clark, the first initiate ol' the lllinois chapter and the hrst Dean of Men at lllinois. One ol' these awards is a National Leadership Award, and the other is a ring which is presented to the outstand- ing sophomore of this chapter as chosen by the seniors. ," 14157 . s if 114, W1 its 1 -V ,. A 5 1 O6 Fo I V 4 I ,N , ,A ,7 .. ,. . 'b-L -4-- An H.-Jw' Lcolmmi LHS Dolmhf Snmnm-rn-41 IM, 5: ., ,J ,, - . . Y. H, Ut- , - DA4xux Lumyi Qarubn, Ray Frvlxkbu, Rohvff HuvmPHxhh, Diwv' , ' H. -r,,k. -. Hu.-.Ami S1 :wvmcr Thmvms Wunvm-r Uduu ',',--L, -V . K, , ,x.x, A,-h L, T,-,W 'Iww L--,L-v '.MgM1L-I XN'g-Ngo, XVayvw lnxvgw, I ,1 I lbfr, . . ' Q 3' 1,-5 '-'mu Ddwd NNQIV Beta Sigma Psi 1' N-" l.: ,xrit v rr! I-' N LV. lx., . V ,Ill I' vm x 1 ' ' X ' I'.f' iw! llvf llllllulx Yu':l1"lNIl1IlillI grin- IIHXI Irs Ill! I 4 I' 1 4 '.14ll'1' 1A 'ill A si 4 2 5,9 - j ff M,..,,a Offwurv Yop row 1, ,Zi g':,,.,,f ,,f.,,A,fj,,,., 31,1 rquvf, EWG' ' "r '-1 ' ' vll f , Dlfof 5OY'0m row V 'V v': 'mfr'-1, 'rv'-am:-rv, Hunan! 5'2'1"s9c"m..,,7Q' "" " ' '-1 'J '."-'lg'-1, g,u:-,,fifgr,v, 'JJvH,1:vY 5"f'I"f'f Www 376 N 1 I .11 'H ll X I Nl! :M I! ll V 0944 lop H ..,, Suu Hun Nu! Don Biefang, Darrel Junker, VlatTlClC, Joseph Beta Theta Pi 202 East Daniel 95 Active Chapters X l V, . . - ll l ni j 1 "?Z.C4aT 1 1 ogg, 1 i U- 'TK ' 1 I l l I -T row: Richard Koeller vice pres'dentp Noel Thyson, house 'Q Oliicleggnaggi Thomas Walker, treasurer, George Edgell, president, l "TWA" 1 James Bell, Pledg? frame' , gonom row: James Mitchell, social chairman 1 l 1 1 I The annual Miami Triad, held in the early spring with Sigma Chi and Phi Delta Theta, was one of the biggest social events of the year for Beta Theta Pi. Large replicas of the house pins were the main decorations for this dance, which commerno- rates the founding of these three fraternities at Miami University in Ohio. Spring also was the time for the annual conclave with the Michigan chapter. Later, a softball game ,..a was held in Chicago with the Michigan, Michigan State, and Knox chapters. The Betas gave scholastic awards, financed by their building association, at the Mothers Day and Dads Day banquets. The Richmond Award, an annual memorial award, was given to the out- standing pledge, while the outstanding senior won the Wooglin Award. - l l l 1 Top row, Ric T TY R Alan 5K5UDEf9, -11Crf-1v-- '- 1- .' llafd Toth R ld F l C Barlow Robert Stubblefleld, James 'Ce' p Q . , Third Nlefnan' John Mitchgil, Jothvri eliliisnLc?J2l1AillTyTl10ma5 Eovaldl' Steven Samrialr? Tdinijelserlghimilticzs, James Byrne, David Lgtlet, Frederick Bmghtbtll, Jerry Manton, Y 'kt few- B ron H f Kerry Newm , , h En an ld MBWC Y Grrnan, Robert Hornaday, James Gusta son, R h cl Costa, Josep 9 . N E on semndGerry Dondanvllle, Alan Buckles., Bruce Troll, David Abraharnrson, Thomas Swlsxrrtg Eufrzerl George Edgell, Thomas Walker, David Stewart, orman pizgnger, Pledge STO? Lawrence Gahan, Gene Fox, Noel Thyson, James Bell, Richard Koe er, - I Mvns Samuel Leeper Philip , WUC? manager Bonom mat , James Mitchell H , John Taylor, Fred Konrad, Doug as 1 , , " " '9W2 James Ellern Larr Schafer Robert Brown Kim Richmond, Robert Koe 6 , Not . Reinhard f Y , 1 k Roberf Menz, Charles Kerchner, Robert Ware ln Panel: Gerald Exline, Thomas Breen, RalDl'1 MGYGFS, AUGUST Wlsnosky' Robert Dvora I 377 i Chl s Phl ..lllll ls l li -'ltl.ltlllt 'l l Xtlltflll w Ar' ltlrls iiifsff 1, . I ,f A, Officers-Top row: Theodore Allison, social chairman, Alan Swanton president, Ned Wheeler, pledge trainer ' l ,f1i'. ...,,- v I- , .1 , t..t. Bottom row: George Podlin, treasurer, Edgar Madsen, secretary, Wayne Chilcole, historian 'liwo tl2lllC'CS with tlxttlitiottztl lhentes ltigltliglttt-tl lllti l'hi's sociatl cztletttlzttx For "Bowery Bt'ttwl." tltt- latll pletlge tlztnce, the chztptet' house wats tlet'ol':ttcll witlt heel' signs zttttl tt swinging tloot' lltatl letl into the socigtl room. 'l'he tathles were covctctl with cltetlaetetl tztltle cloths, ztntl cztlttlles liglttetl lltt' room. 'ltzttlitiottztl klCC't!lllllOllS lot' the spring ltllilllill ilt- cltlcletl at piet' over tlte walter-llootletl porclt. .-Xt tltis tlllllt'C the Clhi Phl Sweetheztrt wats t'l'0WllCll :tlltl given at ll'2lYCllllg trophy. tllti Phi l11ZllLCS ztwztrcls lot' high sfltolztrsltip llllflllgll tlte Alint Lee xlClllOl'l2ll which is at S50 gilt given to the pledge with the highest ztvctatge. The Sparks Nletnoriztl .Xwztrtl wats given to the :tttitc with the highest ztverztge. :intl the Clilloltl l-loml .Xwztrcl wats presentetl to the ztcitive who ltzttl slttllvlt llte llltlfsl stltolztstic' lllllJl'OVCl1lClll. Teo vo- .'. Ihtld law I Snow-ld you lollqm vow 4. I, No! tn panel 378 '!lP .1-' aint- na :,.,.,, 1, ., x l 'sf in-'c-'z ,r ,,.,: 1'4" I "J Lann- '-vr, 4- ull:-A ""'1""t"t J' A 1 Sttl P, f Bw' t,.,: ,, MV ,..','1: Gsztwd 1grft.q'lfnPS.'l.lrnQ. ftohevl Peterson, William Cage, Michael Davit, .lerrv-Bone. Mtrlmllmn , . tr t, C tarlep Roche, John Hadley, George Tully, Walter Slmmorll. U"V .'.f tv.-4 C ,,,, wp I ' I l ' I mm Ji- r- lrattr, ltr. Hum., Alan Swamon, Edgar Madsen, Thcodgye Alliwn, Wayne Chllcollf V15 V" 'f-'VDY .v.' 'W A i H wi Hr Hi hc" John Nmholit C"J0'Q0 DCS-Ofl, Lawrence Hill, Ronald KemD, Gerald Wofnn' PN New vcr, Jgl-ft LCP,-,Zn Omron- Bollom YF prcst liltt' lt,tst'tl tt'Ul'l' s. llttllQO s.tlllmo4 Xt lltt' ltl X ll' llll' w llltl l's is gt gt lltlllll' plt-tlgt .ltllXl" ,Xwz lllt'Nt'll lllt' lti gllllllh lap lltird Not ln Swanson, 1 Wayne ighlighted -rawl," the decorated it led into ered with ghted the formal in- ih. At this wned and .cholarship a 350 gilt rage. The the active ford Hood dad shown m . I ROHSV s.MPgiirZi'e Lassen' nilcotf-2, William Worrell, Philip 1' ow: Douglas Royer, treasurer- David Ambrose secretary gi2i,e,:1s:n:i,Jbhn Forsyth, scholarship chairman, Donald Todosichuk, vice 0 president, James Larson, president, Robert Hansen, pledge trainer The Chi Psi's initiation dance was traditionally based on a Hawaiian theme. Those who attended wore sarongs, painted their faces brown, and played bongo drums. The centers of attraction were the sailboat and fish which were in a water-filled pond. At the spring formal, held in a local hotel, the Maid of Chi Psi was crowned. A traveling wooden bucket was again awarded to the winner of the traditional tug-of-war between Chi Psi and Zeta Psi. "Fun for some, but never all" is a good description of the pledge-active football game held each year on Dads Day. Tfifhen the pledges win, they get a Turnabout Day with the actives. Awards given annually by Chi Psi included the presentation of scholarships to the two juniors with the highest averages. The pledge with the highest grades received a ring. Chi Psi 912 South Second 27 Active Chapters 0 1' 6, ' 5. iss," s For e- 1, Agvsdw 1 'zG55fQV'!" . '4- t7'i355?L'!',,f- ."' i ':,a.L. ' I r r V , .- ,. N ,ig-cf .gan .l ,I I l Y .. c V , . lb I J h Darby! Robert rreoenoulgrr, uarryr- rvrre Tlilidni:vv'DEVId Hgrkeyi Daniel Vanslyke Richard Kerbyl John Stewitilili WaIHTll!'Eii3aii'ie' I-iliagllggs Snbvviard Clhgchran, Douglas Rover, Donald Todosichuk James ar ' 09? f0Tl'1, Don Id T I , A dersen, Rodney iSS0"f l ' ' d C ackel . Setondspggvpayid Ambmsel RaaymilydorielIgrrmgifgharlli Hughes, Dan Godeke, James iulgvazrgbghtetaacarfenlfDale Kucera, Kenneth Goodwin, Theodore Bradley Davr B Buell OFTIBS Oller, William Rogers, David Hutson, John ForsY'hf James a 9 . W 'l Nohqm '0W: Ro ld ' ' Thomas Sullivan, Charles Scott' Gerald el er Oi In panel' Jna Staschlre, Robert Ucherer, Thomas Bash, James Williams, ames Wadllngton, Leonard Schrnidtt 379 aw 14 Q97 .1 sf? 1' Q C 3 nw ...4 E' Q"'Y W lch Walter Schrarnrn John Mount Jerry Jamieson, Albert Till , V , .. . H , Q , ' 'lh E , ' , '. . . yon ,ow H ,.., :H-,.,. nj Tfvnfw, S 4+ mpgs..rqxJiCvLl3hiEi:iQ,i lmqiatasjames Gaebe Thomas OfBe1rne, Paul Tingleff, John Bussiager, Jim Smock, Albert Leif,-7 Third row 1,1 To 'V' "'3"l'C" 'l " " ' I " J, V, V. i ..,.,..1 C,,v,:ff,f, 1 H4 qw Pwld Shlmmn Henry Hosman, William Bean, Daryl Strahan, Gregory Jordari,.Gerald Johnson Sc-cond ww if-,.,..fi. .. .-1-,.-gf, ..!i3.iwr'sri,,C::?,H'.hm'lOn -jdmcg Bmhny Ronald BU-gl, Charles l-lenness, Richard Carr, Jerold Wright . zollorn :ow I , . ii .b. . .Mil ,i be LMA" iosm BVMLVPY Mlm Harvey Larry Hausmann, John Huck, Frank Vermaat, Kaye Schneider, Frederick Lincicorm- ol un pane- vt .V vr'11-', gli' wi f '3. - - 1 ' - , f. .. i, it Pg! wr! E4--,imgrf Delta Chi l l l l Niilllli l"llNl l'i Xi ritz- tlligi lll'ls . l lliis u,ii tlu' llmll.i Llits lilgitvml lllt'll' 5oull1L'l'li llliiiiiis rlriiili-i iii llu- ur-rriiul lllllllllll lriiillizill gzuiic. I lu '.-.iriiui iu4'lu'ml.i,ll.lH'lllll,1lllilrllt. U . , lllgllllgltlsfil llu'su1l.tl1.ll4'lI4l:lI iiultulwl llll' ll'1Nll- ri-iii.il lligglislisltlc' lb.llllllll'l IJl'1'll'lllllg llll' WllllCl' ,g l-iiiii.il llu- miullvliglil llllllll'l lc'.il111c'cl gi icigisl pig P . ...ini-lr u 't-.illi .iii ,ilililv in its iiluulli. llu' Villi .iiiiiii.il XX'.iic'luiiiw lliruc wgis lu'lcl in "",LU1"" ,. s I Nl,ii1li llu- '.-..ills 'il llu' rlriliu-i lltlllxl' txl'lt'lrlX1'l'L'll nuitli iuisteis. Ii.lllll1'lN li,its, ll.lllN, .irul NXH.ll-Nlllllx -.-.i it ilu- .itliiv lin ilu-1-xr-iiiiig. X- .i xgiiiiii- !llHll'll. llll' tll.lIllll sli-iliwlul .i llrix Ni-itil riiuili Mu-i.il llr'lI.i l.llls xxlifi wvla' ltglqlc' N..iii:s .uriil .ns,tHlNl.llll.ltltlxils iii lll'llllllulll1'lHJXx '.-.irli rfiiiiiiiiniiilx xtiiils, itul sr-xr'l.il Xtl't'ld'llllN xxvll' Xiu ii: liiliiig '--.illi ilu- Ni-iuls T, x 'Q-..-.. -v-..-. , , ' ' Hvll"""' Omron-Top row: Henry Hosman, v.cc president: W'll"m Lcrfligant at army I Sfnhgn, Sewnd row: Edward Ncllcssen, corresponding WU9'5'Y7 Daly lfcaziucr widen, Bottom row: Vtlilliam Bean, secretary: Patrick Sheelwnf pl 380 Top l'0Wf lhird FOV Second rt Bottom rt Nol in P F' 1 i 1- ' 01 .... .-. . E ... E -n- ,- v ' F-.T kj' we ,I 2: ,,,, M- kia I Omtlil Bona, D li- T' SVT l.0r - 1:11'1:11D11:i:L?2g::g 53312111Sr..1'1zmL'1z'sfx551,115Rs31'g,1Drs.1z1f'1oi2rifwifnzikftfifhid Second row: Larry Kinsella, John Hynes, Douglas Richardson, Mrs. Orton, Robert Johnsonl, Danliwerelglhiiecriielililercclgiiiwel-l II d ffrnfiiiii Ffa: 1'11.111':asf.,EmaL,'1z15Yr:1f11'e' BMV' Medan, John 1.11011 1 Nor in pane 9 1 Y 1 e Deli K E 'I 902 South Second 52 Active Chapters yg',.f,, l ., The social year lor Delta Kappa Epsilon hegan i yi!! A with tl1e lllllllllltl Mianii Triad, tl1e S6lTll-l'Ol'Nl1ll pledge Qiisxgglfil dance. Held 111 COI1AlllllCKlOIl witl1 Alpha Delta Phi X-Q1 .,,, . Arif and Psi Upsilon, it celebrated tl1e founding of these three l'raternities at Miznni University. Also on tl1e X75 lall schedule was the Zlllllllfll pledge-11c'tive football game held on Dads Day. The big event of the spring seniester was Deke XVeek. Held each May, this weekend began with Z1 party on Tliursday 11igl1t and was followed by tl1e + spri11g formal O11 Friday night. An all-day picnic on 1 Saturday and El Sweetheart Dinner o11 Sunday min- l pleted the schedule. 1 - 1 1 l 1 mari, olliceu. 1 Hui? hmm 'Jan row: Larry Kinsella, secretarv' ' . I Strahan, Dough- Rpbert Johnson, treasurer, Larry Lewis, fUSl'1If'9 Chalfm-mf y Halle s Richardson, presidentg John Hynes, vice presidenlg Dean .dent Wd, Social chairman l All pledges witl1 over a 4.0 had their ITZIITICS e11- graved 011 Il trophy. A Bull Shooter trophy was llXVlll'LlCCl hy the pledges to tl1e IUOSI verbose senior. whose 11211116 was 11dded to those already CI1gl'2lX'C4l o11 the lrophy. irml 381 x lil 1: I L , md Swim J,,,,0., gnow Alan Lynch, Henrv Ives, Charles Beals N ll ' ,np ,ow Q. 4 - L . , L. . g ,. . , X L V V,,.I--!l,x,r N Kmnson, Ri-dmgd Pemgsr Douglas Wallace, Jerry Svelle, James Wallace, Jerome Bacchgn lhnrd row ' NDI! V" "N ' 'J 4 . 1 ' 7 ' - I h Magin Joe Rice, Donald Weihl I V X, N , L, Ed V 5 -. , Myron Carpenferr Ra D I f I 5"'0"d 'O' ' '. 5" ' fc!.niZ1LiEI-it-lbw alll? Egifgrd Snyder, Lwv Zlembaf Dame' N'emeYe'f Eddv Decmol Bollom vow '- ' " ' " ' Delta Phi lllll5 Sulllll lwvllllll ln. Xrllxr- l,ll.ul:lc'1N llrllr l'lu1N N...u.rllu1gl1llglul-:I Ilu N4-.cl um Ilu' law lfvlvuml l'llIllll41l.lN lllNl4H.ll ll.ll1'lllllX, l,l'll.l l'ln ll-lr! Illlx lnnnll NIPIIIIQ lHllIl.ll lll lumen HI mln n lf-111111 lr-...l nrnnr nlnrlu rlmllgr-rl ulwn llll'N l... nn. 1 n-nun.-l llrlrnmlx nn l'lQll. l'l.lll'lllllX .-ll-.rx -.I lx lllnr .null ulnn..rlrn1quillu ilu' ilix lg..z-rl lllrxlllrwl .ax lla: lll.lZll lll'14ll.lllllllN III llll' .llrmfu ln-nw .-rn-l Hll lln l1'llllIN1Hllll. mln-lr' lln' rlnnr ln l-l lln rl.rn.r, '.-.lmln uh .4 xwvlwlnl v.-rnnyln In lullw.-lrrl ln .I Illlllll ull Sumlny :ul ll N-Hllllll Um l'l'IllIllI" Ill-l lu lfrlr Hu llllllllflll llll' lmlvrlgc-s r-I ll-l1rl'ln-.-.rmmrlrllr rl--nmN1ng1ngl1.rlv1l1ilx 'Ill'r lllll 1'-.ulllllll lllf gI.1llll.lIllIL1 xrlllfllx. XIIVI 'lar 'lli vlx wr ls 1llllrrlll1l'.xllNl.llIN1lIlllIt'Inl4'tlQl'N. ll- .illrlx 'XII'-'rlli 4Ill'IN1ll Ilu ll.I4lllllIll.ll Nll'.Ilx '-11 rlllxl 1'lXlII 1 lrlu ull In lI1IllIlI llll' L:I.lllll.lI1'x 382 ron: Myron Carpenvgr, vreawrerg Rohan Tripp,'l0Ci"hcl'::x:mc Snow. Drelidenv, Michael O'Laughlin, rushmg C I" ' B'O'Jlf. vuce prexidem ome Bacchetti, . . dwin if. trmen, E. hgifinarw C"llo'd ,S Top row: Roger Goins, treasurerg Thomas Maltas, president, Omce - Don Stout, sergeant at arms u row- William Burke, vice presidentp James Maltas, social chair- Bonorlflni Raymond Pittman, secretary The outstanding social events highlighting the Delta Sigma Phi calendar were the Sailor's Ball and the Carnation Ball. These dances are sponsored by every Delta Sig chapter across the country. Held early in the second semester, the Sailor's Ball was an informal dance which brought every- one out in nautical attire. The chapter house base- ment was flooded, and guests used a rowboat in order to enter the dance. The Carnation Ball, the spring formal, featured a spring theme which was carried out in decora- tions ol carnations and Spanish moss. At this dance, the Dream Girl ol Delta Sigma Phi was crowned. Pledge awards are an important part ol the Delta Sig's awards program. As part ol this program, a pledge was awarded a trophy each semester on the basis ol outstanding scholarship and leadership. Delta Sigm Phi DID A' 5 4 l06 East Daniel 90 Active Chapters v .,.......-, , Twp raw- ph-- I Ro er Olson James V ' 'hp Lambdln Fernando Caballero Arthur Wild, Philip Schreck, Robert Terte , 9 W.H ' Richard Gumn . Third rl-,l::t.dber9, John Bratzler, Gunter Tertel, Robert Hoehn, Joel Wesson, James2.FLY?dNEP5':.2?T Cgnilga Niemamq, James Gardner, Louis Antone li Leslie Mi er Do' 'john Ebefs, Richard Vance, GarY Cowman, Robert Jones,.Glen Fotre, IC a f - J Maltas Don Stou Second rn ohnson, James Delaney, Irvin KOvBlll4, Riley Lane, Le-yvls Horn D Tmmaq Mrs. Cryderl Tom Maltas, Roger Goins, ames Riglimdmman Canef, William Hogate, Raymond Piffmanf W'l"am Burke' een I' E-h ri Dou las Melton arY Bomm r ar Sihgemaker' David Ralhle l StockleY Gene Smith, Elmef Peak' John ' ause ' Q I-iEf"1WIlllam Tushaus, David Brobst, Alvaro Penuelii, Mark Blanchard' Dae ' Not ' 'ns' Thomas Best . Wqlson m 3 el- . I h etz, Davxd Pease, Rfibelf ' p n ' Lee BOYS, Lee Brldgman, Harold Breece, Leon Forsc U A Delta Tau Delta ' "XQ'l. ' it Wa. x f. I '- N .1 "N t Aww! . ,.4.. Y- QV' A ,- ,A.-I Omgers: Richard Harvey, treasurer, Bernard Richards, recording secretary- David Sattem, corresponding secretaryp James Staes, guideg Bruce Duff, vice president, Peter Klein, president Delta Tau Delta always holds all their major dances at their chapter house. However, the spring lornial was held outside in the yard. The bantl played outside, while the couples danced on the patio. Then the Delts crowned their Dclt Sweet- heart who will reign lor the coming year. During the spring semester, the chapter heltl at Delt Mystery Day. The day started with a hrttnclt lor all the Delts and their dates. Alter the hrnntli. a whistle lmlewg everyone ran outside to wash cars lor ten minutes. livents such as a loothall gains and raking leaves continued lor three or loin' hours, while the whistle signaled the end ol eatlt one. .AX Scholarship Ring was awarded to thc pledgi- with the highest grade point. lt was hnancetl hy a lund established hy a lornier Illinois athlete. XVillard Cramer. LII I1 'Guru--H Uv' ,r .,-,,...'f,:, A 'A . .' ,,4'QL',."d S""""" pcm" H0ll'ddv, Joseph Dumont, Bernard Richards, Terrcncealblngrlggz it . Hind rua ,.- ,fr Suorsd :ou lollom row 'V-3 Nqr in pai-ul 584 f . lf: t , . , V N ' ' hm" L'O"nCV' lllombff RODS, Mark Healy, Wrllaam Wadllrt9Y0f1f Don . ff: up ff, , ,, , . C italillzzlw Sgtrplgog. Mulcahy, David Wuesteman, Neil Anderson, UWWMC Moo ' , F P p' ' r fr ooner L . yr , cur Klein, Hrs, Griffith, Bruce Duff, Fred Warrick, James Cvik, Harry Kavetas, fred Ml A .V 'M Joh ,- , . . ' . r n rl mmm, William Reno, Jeremiah Manley, Date Ha,,w,g, Kenneth Dlckgy, KQNW' N, Johf' Officers- tart Bottom liar at Dt pltttlt ltutc lll'Ull llll's lions llil nual stml't't tart' llllllt spot" was ll'lill Nigl ous Tgp Four Thin Suu: Bon Not ,iw F - , .ml G 'fi 1, I l ling. secretary, 9Uldei Bruce eir major the spring The band id on the ielt Sweet- .1'. ter held a a brunch ie brunch, wash cars ball game e or four id of each ghe pledge inced by a is athlete, fs 5. aw' i ,- QU 51 - '.V as a , fa-YQ. 2'-qiqi ili 2 .i Q! , J ai' 'fish .' ,,,:Q'fg: 41. ,I , 'f,iS o'uQA ' 'i"?f!sfi, . ' ' V .-1. 'T',-aj' .-L4 . lp. t , .5 K af ' r f 9 . 35' c, . ,, , 4,x.9fg,'ig J ,X Z., ' Y ' if-'cf . .K I 4 :g.'.f I X' , an 'N 'NX gb Qs? : 1 so H X ta Q- Q, - , s K 2' st. ,, Q, .sg fr- W' - 'Q -j X' 9 Q ' 'tif V ibiza' 'A sri. f info Ev-+1 I "1 'X' it ,akh Q 'x ,J .3 is as A X +91 Q A K 4' Wsffy -- .lisa -1 f ,. ..f+.,,, X it Qi W X .V -Nous 2 A x Vi . es'-f -. . 'V infer-"ti t ' - so ' 4. 4 .V VSA 'A iii- 93 V32 in e at i,.ESg,'4S'. ..1,, 4. u.,.,.. n ., acc' .lf JP? " A A 34235, WN' Rfjgag .p,V'. 52 4:1 'wr t-4 ' 4 V if- as l AWM4 .L ho ence Laflg Donald Dlevei' ce MoOVef John Fred Mel' 'I i'fetBS, Dickey, Kenneth Officers-Top row: Julius Monge, pledge master, Roger Chirpe, se-gre- tary, James Mills, treasurer . l ' 3,-,nom row: Henry Lang, vice president, William Barr, president Each semester has its share of traditional events at Delta Upsilon. Annual fall events included the pledge-active football game on Dads Day and the Dutch Night in November to which all the Dutch people in the vicinity were invited. In the past, the DU's have had a Dutch student living in their house. The spring semester found three important an- nual events on the social calendar. The DU's spon- sored the Rose Formal, the Bike Race, and Mili- tary Night. Dancing in the moonlight on the house patio was the format of the spring formal which sported a southern garden motif. The Bike Race was a six-hour marathong the winner was the fra- ternity completing the most laps. On Military Night, the DU's were hosts to the heads of the vari- ous R.O.T.C. units. Delta Upsilon 312 East Armory 79 Active Chapters Gil? s u ' f f . "f, 3 is l 'M .. ' 1 31 ag, 4 925525 s.v,Ng1IQEg1?::.,?tz ,fa-lvgfcr. , .y V. . ,, - ' i'7 .5 " "" ,.a.,fC' if ', ' ff-' .I::f' :?Tf"7' -' - ' 'W' f YV '-K' - ,Ja ,X - V - ws. N f-51'-- . -.sew N- -' 'a.,V. f-'. .1 .," 1.5.1 1 ra s- , f ' ' tgp , ? ' J ' if Qi!-ei. mv ' . ' 1 1 J . sz' . .1Vg,i,,eVW , t V so - iehilvf'-,ia ' lex, .. o Vg' Y i . ' . 2'2" 'vw n '-sz... 'V ' V . 1 ' ' R5 .: - 5 :fer , f L J -1-.a ' ' ,I ri 'qt J. V t -Lwilfsgl 1- " ' fl' .z 'V - W. '. I ,oh -, 1 -gc-iz. , V lull , , .H gui ,H -, A. hx: so gggsi, ' 'ij-,..,L K i v. 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Henry mane, James Shomffl Robert Your, W2 avne oirasa , Ch I si' ii i , John Ripley, Robert ffnfte Y' ig ii . third Thomas Reesi Thomas BailZvfSEdvifiiff1SMoIl, Richard Storm, Phl"P. 9"eSbaUm'HFri:iik mit eitiiiiis Manga, Richard Winton' James Kfmmel' Emile Cor Secondioxalivv Rifinald angle' Paul Helmlel James Mills, Roger Aclgllrpel dNll'loEimCEgiles gateison Jaines Cunningham, Fred Spears, Gordon Volling, Kennet Kreu . : ennet S , E Ki b , D 'd GiFfin, n rew Orll 1 ' I , Bonomzlper, Ballard Chzftrdigh Ugene If Y avi R. h d B mhardq James Whitlock, Joseph Powley, Lawrence Smith, David Butler, Warren ' ' ic ar 6 f HOW' Dennis Greeter, Thomas Heath, John Guttman, . aftS0n . Not u ' ' 'l William Masterson, Cecil Stradley n Panel. Walter Siffermann, Robert Graham, Dean Wi som 385 J sr Z QM. . rn ,W 1-rf,-, ,'-Hllrafrr Flpnrw, Robert Hugrhcs, Clarence Miller, George Hndfh-ld, Rrqlwx, Top 'va " " ' 'l 'll 'V ' A A ,. rg . h,, fr., gr-.U Jmws Bowers, Ruchard Varthauer, Richard Sn0d9f-wss, Room Gnllrp .. 1 . 1 .. . - 1 I . - Sffnf-A row - R ,. Qw L, uv ,H Espgngglwerd James Carson, Mauruce Leman, Kennerh Sauers, Bruce Fryman, Ln , ffovvom rm -. 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I h mtl Offrcerr,-Yop row: Bunn Marlowe, rucordmq SCC'U'0'Y' Pnl S U Bo' " "r"'lll 'V fxrrrrz, Norman Ehlers, Vreasurcr dmv ug 'om 'OW llwrl ffrurl, rlfczldynlq James Bowefh 4O"e'pon """'f, Pvfarri -Jgvvhduqr, lrrsvornan 4 ll 1, Rltihard I low: Wayne White, George Brokemond, Robert Ada , F k C ' - - . l Gallup Sgsond row: Charles Watson, John Lassiter, Demaree Barrildi, Dliiiiald Griigelrilc-lle?mpexgilkczfyaamg N- Ralahn wan, Leslie Bottom row: Adolph Brown, John Hawkins, Charles Lee, Reginald Yeatman I ' e Eno COX, Leon Scott l, C 1,35 P ' X itf ' ' i im, Kappa Alpha Psi 707 South Third 204 Active Chapters The social season at Kappa Alpha Psi opened with their annual pledge dance in the lall, during which the chapter inenibers honored their new pledge class. A Halloween Party in October lound the house decorated in the traditional tnotil. Kn- other annual affair, the spring lorinal, was held at the chapter house in May. This dance was spon- sored by the active chapter ineinbers. Awards were presented to Kappa Alpha Psi's dur- ing the spring semester. A Scholarship Kev was given to the active who had achieved the highest grade point, and the Outstanding Pledge was se- 5 ,9 -,Q Shumanf ding sec- 0l?ictZLZqRandall p Ik e EY, Social chairman' Demaree Barnes, keeper of ex- uer: Delano Cox, dean of pledges, Donald Greenlee, preSil'-lem lected on the basis ol' both grades and activities. As a group activity, the Kappa Alpha Psi pledge class sponsored a party lor some underprivileged children in the area. 5.6 387 4 ,rl ,. r l i . l ' l l M W lf' rl 15 a i ,ll o ll 2 Y l l fl I lg. l, ll r Q ll! 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A V, W ,W ,a ,fLf,f Officers-Top row: Charles Applegate, grand scribep Douglas Johnson, grand master of ceremomes,'Roy Fonda, grand treasurer gonqm row: Jerome Bonkowski, grand procurator, Jerome Roeske, grand master Kappa Sigma had an extensive awards program this year, including the presentation of a trophy to the outstanding member in each of five areas- Leadership, Dating, Activities, Scholarship, and lntra-murals. Two nationally financed awards of S100 and 3550 were given for high scholarship to a senior and junior, respectively. As an annual group project, the Kappa Sigs do- nated a Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings to a family in the area. Following house traditions, the Kappa Sig pledges played football against the Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledges. The house also had their annual Christmas egg nog party just before vacation. Two traditional spring dances, the Star Dust For- mal and the Kappa Sig Barn Dance, highlighted a lull social schedule. Decorations for the latter in- cluded five hundred bales of hay. ll ll l l l Kappa Sigma ll l 2l2 liast Daniel l?m0 .Xcatirc Clliaptcrs ' r A-'li .ij I" F, .,gh3,u,H gg . sir ' ifwf' . gulf. f 1 , 1 5' 1: 1 I I J - Q 1... . 5 5 l l l l , l 4 1 ! l l l rap ,O . fWm'Y , , , , K ,, Kmuss, Jack Lynch,GeOfQe.Waf"Je"f We" W"""" ll J l V t W- Walter Jacus Mariano Guzzardo William Mulligan John Malay, B . h n , , 1 k , David Hutc iso . J Third ard Mueller' Romeo Mum' Taffy Erickson' Rlcllard Russell' Thomas KasllsllliaPniteSt3llalTnLawrence Lipe, Roland Peterson, Gary Lmdow, Francis Dohm, 'UWI John McCabe Francis Melani h Ch l K d Erwin Blatter, I , p y, ares Url ef C - R k D I semndSYeven Anderson, Ralph Lear,-,ardl William Westerman, Carl Stremmelh Charlsgchgage Charles Applegafe, Jerome Bonkowskr, Jerome oes e, oug as Jaw: l'lenfY Wolf, Richard Pierce, James Neal, 'Noel Zabriskrea Aslvimtgfm Larson ' G Krauss Russel' Christiansen' Thomas Banom nsonf, ROY Fonda, Richard Simon, George Rantrs, EUQSHG R69 1, N r eu Roger Cope, Dale Dawson, ary hh Vincent Dee Sliliiawl Bllly Baneli' Alvin Carlson' Robert Reis' James Baker' Marlgo-lwieizklii Garl Turnquist, Jerome Lavelv, John Smit , S I Not in P8 niljnf J0l1n Rapp, Stephen Eigel, George Grunewald, Jame ne. James See, John Delveaux, Webb Hull 389 1 with r 1 Lambda Chi Alpha 1 sa:a.ziaf.'.aa, 4- .av . Oflicers-Top row: Roger Tinney, social chnairrnang John Cross, pregidem, John Nunemaker, secretaryp David Kltngel, vice president Bottom row: David Forestner, pledge trainerg Marvin Hemngwn YYCGSUVEI' ffyt A special feature on the Lambda Chi .-Xlpha's so- cial calendar was their annual Shantytown Shullle held at the beginning ol the lall semester. Given in Fraternity Park, this hobo-style dance was pre' sented jointly by the Lambda Chi, Kappa Delta Rho, Theta Xi, and Phi Sigma Kappa pledges. Two other lall specialties were the annual pledge- active football game and the game between the Lambda Chi and Theta Xi pledge classes. The winter formal was an overnight affair, with the girls taking over the chapter house lor a night. The traditional Orchid Formal was held in the spring, and each girl who attended was given an orchid. ln April the Lambda Q1hi's played host to reple- sentatives of some thirty-hve midwestern chapters. The purpose of the conclave was to promote inter' chapter relations. Top row D re M- .'. 1.-f-, Ct-gr .., 0i,,e,,-. gt, A F rv 1 f V ff' 1 . tt 1 - ., tk d i W. G F N 'un' i'f"""74 5"fFl""1 3995. 'Rjhaiici ljcinaid ijucsi' Anhw Yuerlgeff R0Q8f Gauen, Gordon McCandlish, Chula' umpwi It 7341: fi V l .UM 4 rf 3 ,f,i?t.,, ...WUI Dowd Fmhegl Josnomimlazvcgiwa,llameslCobb, Jeffrev Arnold, Kenneth MacKenzie mm Rich, Suond raw ferr- n Pi- .-P Z' Lani. J-Ciaiiiitfciimm O"f Rtwacc Prather ' NGS Swinford, Edward Harris, Donald Carlson, Robef' Ac' ' A 'Q ' Y' 3 t 1-N., ,-, H 4,3 ,mcnv D V, KI I I louomvvos A . ' i 'im f- M U mgcli John Cross' MIS' EdWa'dS. John Nunernaker, Richard Monl90mCfYf D'V'd Fmww .ik ' F V 5' if 'I Y' , Jew '1 Ure, Grggvqc M, , A N391 it t -,v , t ,a A ,n qomcrf. Ford Rollo, Robert Vanderwall, Martin Johanson, Paul Kuster, Robert U 390 .Nt Officers-j pres: Forsy Bottom rl The tion o wt't'l4 night gt lint' ttttlay initial lfoi' had 11 llelta p:tt'l entitt Spt Kwai' ithle .Xssot gtliilil Q7 A lst "tl 5 4 an tap Third Svcoi Bom Not president, Heltlngton, 'xlpha's so- -vn Shuflle er. Given e was pre- opa Delta fledges. ral pledge- tween the -s. ffair, with or a night. :ld in the L g1VCll HIT t to repre- i chapters. note inter- rles Campbell' Achilles, Rich' avid Forestnef, pt-,bert Uhrig, -Top row: Lenard Arentsen treasurer- Robert Breckenridge, vice omcgiisidentg John Crawford, secrdtaryg Gerald Tietz, president, William Forsythe, warden A Bottom row: John Bronson, pledge trainer The outstanding Phi Delta Theta social func- tion of the year was the She Delta Theta overnight week end held just before Christmas. On Friday night each girl being pledged presented a skit, and a line-up was held. The dinner-dance was on Sat- urday night. During the evening, the girls were initiatedg and they received their She Delt paddles. For their annual group project, the Phi Delts had a Community Service Day. Every year all Phi Delta Theta chapters throughout the country take part in this project, and each chapter devotes an entire day to some worthwhile community project. Sponsored by the Phi Delts, the jack Prowell Award was presented to the outstanding Illini athlete. The athlete was chosen by the Athletic Association on the basis oi sportsmanship and ability. Phi Delta Theta F509 liztst Cllizrlmc-rs l20 Active Clliztpters -t 'S Q j . i '+ K3 +A -1 -za -'r .Q v-. """"" i " " 5iY'7"'fL" 'J 'fr ' J V V J D vd McKee John Even, Richard Wessels, T ,.., . ,, , , , D I I k H, hi T HY Lappin, 5 i I op ro3ngsFrad GUYTOVI, Thomas Byrd Daniel Meschf 'John Bronson' H1-19h WEISSHSTEIHQ-Ff9d6fIC irsc e I Third rowepFr Atkinson, Herbert Crahe, Eric Wilson, JOS9Dl" EPkl"'5'.DenniS Cham Eil In rth Sidney l-iffle, PSU' Pirtle, David Shuniclc, Alan Gosnell, Renard Stein, I 3 ' . nk R6YmOnd, Rob t Sha er, Charles Thomas, Gene Wmeland' John SW? D , John McCord . I' W'll' Secondbamel Seller, Russell Maritim, Phiilip Lincoln, Philip Dl'E'SSelf Thomas Tumeg Lel,dl5TielfonJohn Crawford, Reber' Breckemldge' Joseph Banu IS' I 'am Bbonw: william F0V5YThe, Robert BVOUSOH, Thomas Gabbafd, Tlmmas Nolan' era I . John Ryan Tom Boatman, Cleon Statton, Bottom r arismga' Fred Wham, Lenard Are-ntsen ' l Garr l.andIS, LBYFY Cannon' ' Doow' Clark Lund Charles Roof Larry Banker Kenneth Bronson, Douglas Nlcho S' Y Not in n lllrenz 1 I I . . l ' h, David Loar, David McGann, John Frede P pane' Heftfv DUPVEG, Roger Bushdiecker, Stephen Groves, DaV'd M'eher' Ear ams 391 , gills ulur gilu-iulm-cl ilu-1-xi-lil. or !'3"l 'd Schulman Theodore Goldstein, Alan Yurman, Fred Bookey, Seymour Melnik, Rgben Top row: lf-rnird I-dr-1, Jann-1 Levy, Stephen Klnltcr, Glenn Goldman, DSW ' . ' .,, , . ., ,. .. ' F I, M' h l G d, Bradley Carlins, Arthur Serck ' Ln. Lon, S .inlef Grrrn, lr..in Bliss, Richard renze IC Q9 .rous 5 H Werner, Martin Welding-er! Rlchard Welleckl Stanley House, Bernard mmm Fourth row: Donald Fl,-ichffr, h'.ich.wI Lissncr, Burton Lipman, Dafllel Slgbafldf we L .,, i, , J -.I R , B S , Ronald Wellner, Stewart Dan, Fred Beniamln, Max Tyson . Frm Crl n Ric turd Goodman, oi. oss arrv ussmanMarcUSl Steve Marcus, Richard Marks, Geraid Sherman, Marshan Goldml Mark Weneckl Michael Third rowarz 1'-rihur L.in'1, Burton Slnolnick, Jon Isenbcrg, Norman Srl-n r Dr d Pyers 51 1 Sirota, Jerry Steiner, Burton Weinstein, Alan Miller, Jeffrey Horwitz, Mike Eiser- V, i,-i, ..'i r. Sf- ond row. Jour,-plz Herr, Stu-mn Rodin, Martin S-pagat, Stephen Salzberg. U57 l .i i-- - . 5 f rl M l K ' W' pci! ' LL X Sup ' A vm 'mn ' M' h l Wallack, Howard Schatz, Stuart Bloom, Larry Schechter, James rn n G Juin Bottom row: Pm-l Katz, lm Strimk, Arthur Gold, Leonard Bloom, Ronald Port, VICTOV PVOGLW, 'C 39 piirfr-rt, Lylf: Sliulrnart Phi Epsilon Pi fllli Sfllllll 'liltircl .151 ,Xt uw Lltziplcis lilu' .iiuiii.il iuixc-lu clgiiui- "l'si'lo" wus held dur- iiiu ilu' liisi st'lIlt'sIt'l' ln l'lii lipsilon Pi. 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" wt. it f L 392 Omcarx: Richard Marks, president, Gerald Sherman, VlC' p"':::fi'lGoldln. Serck,V house managerp Steve Marcus, treasurer, MU' commnssar, Theodore Goldstein, recording aecreta1Y r i l Top r0W L Fourth I C C Third ro C Second C Bottom Not in 1 c tl It ki l ti t ! , k Cm: n 1 i f -lnik, Robert iard Kirsner, ack, Michael Mike Eiser- chter, James . pa. s gggh " l at ga l , . Arthuf it?:lrlt'Goldl"f l w Jerry Roberts Robert Shissler Carl Reinhart Steven Hoeppner Neal Kottke John Jenkins Le Wt M ' g 1 I I . , I , , 0 o an, a W , Th J h I D Top roLawrence Bankart, John Ey, Robert Young, Kent Brennecke, Jim Eggerichs, Robert Passaneau, Robert Hindsley?rlfsrnoitallshschetirinilielyinnitsgner iEil1eli?dCicile Fourth row: Richard Bayley,.Paul Koster, Robert Johnston, John Helledy, Robert Reuter, Robert Madix, James Graham, James Russell, Dennis Fox 'James Ru Ie George Whitney, William Armstrong, John Ulrich, Robert Armstrong, Joseph Zalar, Anthony McCarthy, James Robertson, Richard Green, Joseph Gerhci' nald Williamson ' Third rss: Frederic Martin, William leuter, James Babcock, Larry Kindle, David Geist, Kurt Lauridsen, David Cade, Carl Ostrand, Robert Fischer, Arthur Carlson Garee Slider, Owen Ackerman, David Neupert ' guond row: William Black, Keith Asher, George Patterson, Gordon Honegger, Bruce Benson, George Little, David Froberg, Dennis Anderson, Patrick Flynn, Champ Davis, Bruce Harrison, Michael Londrigan Bottom row: Robert Lehmer, John Erickson, Richard Whitney, William Irwin, John Bell, Charles Gasche, Charles Brown NM in panel: Ralph Lindemann, Christopher Moyer, Roger Chamlin, Jaques Bollier, Richard Schaeffer, Kenneth Pawlak, Donald Larson, Henry Housh, Frank Hedg- cock, Peter Hasselmann, Edward Gombos, Gerald Ford, Jack Diederich, Daniel Damon, Thomas Tansor I .' ,f xx QAIIZS, viva " ,. ' xt! s W A . t S3 F259 5 A "avril P l ax xfsgfizfgf as , - e..'gZ5SSf?Ni31i 2' N ' s-rfiiiffifw i isfr i' We t , f:g,gg1sg5ug, 1 ar f azeggdsa- s x ' fmvzffalreffiir 'I ' .1- ' de,-f2K'i1.?-4vM:.1'F?' .-life - acre! t"i""""""I""' "' 06' . - . . 'Cen' David Geist, corresponding secretary' Carl Ostrand, treasurer, gum Laufldsen, recording secretary, David Cade, Pfesldemf Roben SC ef, historian Phi Gamma Delta 401 East John 84 Active Chapters The Norris Pig Dinner was the annual alumni banquet held by every Phi Gamma Delta chapter. In a traditional ceremony, the pledges carried in the forty-pound roasted pig. Socially, the outstanding event ol the year was the Fiji Island Party, an annual spring dance held by all Phi Gam chapters. The entire Fiji tribe es- corted all the girls to the chapter house, which had been converted into a tropical island. Before the dance, everyone feasted on chicken, pineapple, bananas, and other native food. During the eve- ning a hula contest was held, and a trophy was presented to the Fiji Island Queen. h The Phi Gains had a unique system ol encourage ing high scholarship. The house was divided into teams ol six, and a cash award was given to the team making the highest combined average. 393 Nl I you Io,-. . Ihnd vow. ' I ' -' I-I LI'YL'IWCC I-61 L Sr-cond row '.I Hnvlom vow " No' .II nm.-I ., CIIKGI' JCM' B'CI"W' -Il' l.INI I II.lIIIIl'Ix Kappa 21+ XI IIII-I II.IIIII-IN IIII I'III IX.lIPII.I'NII1IlIIIIlII XXIIIIl'I IIIIIIIIII III IIIII- , I . IIIIIIIIIIII 'IIIIII IIIII.I Ix.IlIlI.I IIII. X IIVXX' Il.IIL'l'lIlly, I'III Ix.II-III lII1I.I IIIII IINIIII IIIIIII .I IIII'IgI-I III IIIIM: I'.-.-I IIIIIINIX '.'.IIIIII 'IIIII l.IIxI III.IIi' vblllvllllli' WllIlllI IIII Ill XI 'Il.II III' IIIII Ix.IIIx .I'.I.IIIIIII .I IIIIIPIIX I'.lIIl wI'lIlI'xll'I III .III IIIIXI-II 'XIIII IIII IIIQIIINI NIIIIIIMIII .IXl'l.IQl'. Xllvl I iIIII1v4IIII IIII -,I.IIa. 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I'III IXII-III NIQIIII IIIIII IIIIII .IIIIIIIII IIIIIlII.III Q.IIllI' IIIIN IIII III' '-'IIIIIIIIQ' II-IIIXI IIIIIIIII .I IIlIQI'Ixl'Lf1IIHIl' 'IIJIIIIIIIIN IIII 'Il.II IIII IIII IIII III IIIII IrI1IIQ1'lI.lIIIf' Xhlxuljlq' 'II-I-II.I I'IIIII IIII IIIIIIIIII IIIIIP IIII' IIIIIINI' II,IN 'I III I-IIIIIIII IIII-I I III IIIII IIII Illll Illll III lIll' IIIIIINI- IIIIIIII I IIIII III IIHLN .IIIIIII.IIx, .IIIII IIIINIII-N, - I ..-ff-1 ,wg LM. -:I "' .4-A i ...4-a" ...,. ..- 4 534 Bo! , - Y ,, :, ,I Guy BaIIInq.wIon, Gregory Lipfak, Robert Rzonca, James Davros, James Woods, GI-II: , Rum, NIH, MCCIQIY Parrick Dawson, Richard Schubert, Horst Hamann, Willnam IIAaIv,, ,, I, I III- R I V A -f 'I I PI I' 'Q :..,' - ,I 4. -wtf, Pgul fI,vII,IIQrt, Wilham Thomas, Lawrence Luther, John Woods, Waller Dudek ,Q Um X ,Nm THIN Vmcc.,-,I Ggamalca, Armando Bernardi, Ronald Niesen, Edward Donovan I -D . :A sh ' fi. .r ' ft It ' -576 IIHMI 'lx .- N ' . Q 3' yu I I ITIIQ' Q, . g, igl C Omfmf-TOP VOW: Waiver Dudck, secretary, Lawrence lwhffr 'Of IH III vom row Frank McOmI9er, zcholashc chanrmani PGUI Dmmu' D "" 'I IIIII II-ovvmz, use Iurewdcnlg Thomas Keefef, IVWWW' hai' ygndtn' To row- Kenneth Telleen, corresponding secretary, Stephen omcenli-ori: recording secretary, WiIliam'Yonan, vice president Jo ns row-I George Hamouz, social chairman, William Johnson, presi- ottom - B - l Swanson, treasurer dent, A an One of the outstanding social events for the Phi Kappa Psi's this year was the traditional Jeff Duo. This dance was held at the Moose Club with Phi Gamma Delta early in the second semester to cele- brate the founding of the two fraternities at jefferson College. The annual spring formal was based on a gar- den theme, using fountains and a waterfall to set the atmosphere. An added event at the dance was the announcement of the Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Psi. A basketball tournament was held at Illinois between all the Big Ten Phi Psi chapters. The winner received a traveling trophy. A volume of books dealing with the history of the fraternity was given to the pledge with the highest scholarship average. Awards also were given for activities and for the most valuable IM player. TOP 'OW' Fred Mascittl ' ' ' ' l' Ross Webb Thomas MB 93 ' , W ll d N l , W ll am Workman, David Bo ing Tlfd Ralphlarson, Lawrenilze Tribligyl, Melvin Fink, Robert Rlgdon' John Mcognblirt Murphy Gary Reeder William AYTOU James Brown Charles Pugh RO er I' ww: R'CllBfd Corbett, Stuart Lockwood, Charles Green, Gerald Colangielo o ST hen Johnson George Hamouz S Hill, Clifford Wilderman, David Boge, Alexandre Jankowsky, Dona GV H m Yonan Wllliam Johnson Alan Swanson SD emndDroYv: Norman M'3Y9f, Emil Squeteri, Robeff l'llCl4eYf Kenneth Telleen I la h d Kirkby Ronald Baker Kurt Youn Bon avid Martin, Richard Kreitling k D Boldt William Johnson John Janes T eo ore omslow: George Sfaudt, Paul Clarey, ROQGI' Alll'00nf Gene Smart' Fran e d Gibson Theodore Pristash John Flag a Not. rom, David Dandurand, Richard Dandurand b Y Stava Bemamm Waldie Allan Swanson Rayrnon 'n Panel: David Ash Ronald Apperson William Sweet Ro er Ronald Grayheck I Phi Kappa Sigma .l t last Lligtlniers X W Xt lim' Clliapleis ff' .-'..nn - .JS I L Officers-Top row: Eyvind Ericksen, social chairman: Jon Book' presidemh Robert Martensen, treasurer Bottom row: Joseph Fincher, corresponding secretary: Richard Kimbrough house manager: Roland Zaroskl, pledge trainer ' lllitli the last game of the 1958 football season came the traditional Black and Gold Ball held lor all present and past members of Phi Kappa Sigma, In the early spring, macabre decorations helped ut establish a sinister atmosphere at the inlormztl l'Skull" dance. Such devices as a maze in the base- ment, black tar paper covering all first floor walls, and abstract designs were used to achieve this el- lect. The alumni-supported Stanley F. Boggs Memo- rial Fund was provided to give Financial aid toun- dergraduate students, preferably Skulls. Awards given by the Phi Kappa Sigma's were the jack Pills Award for the outstanding senior, the Al Lenz Award for the best pledge, and the Hutchinson Key Award for the active making the 111OSt scholastic improvement over the previous semester. Top row Env ,,. ..i 'iff '-'ir q L-mfr' St.,tnP.1fd,f-'-- -I M ,p, W H' . , . r Wnrkmm valn rr 1, . tam Rastng, william Dutton, Robert Peterson, Arthur Zabierek, Michael Celarec, Peter Zamus, J mn rr , , Jchn Ltd Nl pon 'd B , .. Y, , , in fourlh row wmv pylplud ...mp J USN 'Horn V . n th d up i' ' .t..t, Hsrjd Piliilr-mdislrrwl Jlimed pdmofldl Richard HEY, Robert Backoff, Edwin Steinam, John PMMU' am " 'O' L ' 'lt Jf"'rl' Fitch-r Stcwhrnifgrmt T' l Us 'UC an 'O lr Yvind Ericksen , V, t '-- 4' ' . - J . , rt V Q h A - . , , . gel. I ' ' t "ww Slum, Jem Ht dionl Fradtmcp C,a?,gUi A con' R'Cha'd K'mb'0UQh, William Penmman, Jon Book, Roland Zarosklr -lame' Hlav Second row v . . r t-fr P gl H Mem e Bollom row K" ' I' 'lol in pang :Du ,., rf, ' "VG G'-VH, Cvfgorqrg Btlrgo- . Th . . .A A N ,.NN:',g ibm. E gm: LAn1wf:,'Z-A Omas Welilaufer, William Mertetlley, Donald McDonald, Walter Schmeal, Richard Kap r s SAW' N Y 5' . CPHVZQ: Q'rrr-r-- D Cl Wd 5. Al . - . .4 ., ,D I ' H. H I mm in Lndrmkson' D""n'5 L9BlaflQ, Karl Euler, Michael POPE, Robert Zool, Ross Stahl, Jam! I l iv-ci E-'ifviarto CWM 0 Yes cl Lrndell , , V ' L ' H ' '1 't LOJellettcA H t d - I , Robin Lau-p E me Bac-mst-a QCDU, R,ed,eV Duane Havmck 0.-rar Lohmuller, Richard Archbold, James Clayton, Lowell Gratigny, William Hylandert 396 Officers: Richi Davit 'lilic annoi lllSl lt ried 1 Sttini lore t bids l .Xs hall a llaskt lan C20 inaio l'l1i ' llte 1 Sntlva T09 t Third Snot Bona Not Q t president, Kimbrough, ll season 1 held lor pa Sigma. helped to informal L the base- oor walls, ve this el- gs Memo- aid to un- . Awards Jack Pitts Al Lenz ,inson Key scholastic f f , 13?-5' Qt r! V 4 ex' X 1 ' f: "" T l , ii, -. E? ggi 2-as K i , ' 1L:'ts..: ' 2 KK ,.,..sa .:.-realy . ff ' ' - 4 Q5 " -i" ff f f . i M.. 1, t W' 'QV wlagsgg fa Q5 f f,f ,sf .. 'iw ae" pn' sr we f Vrrfffigs Q. isa f' L .yrh-f Zfiisgl-' my l .. ,,.,,,4-f""""'h Zamus, John Pasnau, Brian lmes Hlavacekt Kapellf Merle JarneS Sachlsi l ilandef, Robe! f . X Oman, Smart McKenty, presidentg Thomas Rowley, pledge master, Richard Carlson, vice president, George Bossarte, house manager, David Livingston, social chairman, John Melvin, treasurer The name of the Phi Kappa Tau Dream Girl was announced at the annual Dream Girl Formal held just before Christmas. The Scottish theme was car- ried out by decorating the house to represent a Scottish castle which even had a drawbridge. Be- lore the dance, Phi Tau's dressed in kilts delivered bids to their brothers' dates at their various houses. As in the past, the house members played foot- ball and basketball games against the kitchen crew. Basketball games were also held against the Phi Tau chapters at Purdue and Southern. Collecting money for muscular dystrophy was a major part of the philanthropic work done by the Phi Tau's. Also, old clothes were collected from the members of the house and were given to the Salvation Army. , RbtShltz5tep Top mls: John Conant, Donald Bonacorsi, George Bossarte, Ronald Bom, Albert Ruppert Leslie Long O er C U I R ln cl B rc Third ro?qEelb50cEfZfhJames Heine! Robert Heil S D Id Doherty Roy Mallinson John Marshall Carl Budelsky Richard Tresset ic ar ar s ' na ompso , F d H lt , Albert ittaro, ona S k Sew dGlenn Goetsch, Willidlm Giaharh? llsger Bushnick, Richard Edwards Phillip ll3'x'li,linJaSrl1iiirtiltlll5K?nty Richard Carlson Thomas Rowl9Y James W'll'5m5O"' n Chow: Charles Bills, Gordon Burgett, David Boone, David l-lvmgslon John e L Dean Hau ri Les ie Bmomroavveswllglarshall, William Miner I K th Roman James Lashbrook David Link Don Browning ROY 09a - ' ' ne Nounsimpson yne Connaway, Charles Alt, Phillip Voege e, en Glllesple Rlchafd Miller William Cook James Hardesty Clarence Klaus vlamlplz Russell Dawson, Keith McCloskey, Alan Lopatka, Dalfld Hess Vernon am Palnlef, Robert Bartlett, Carl Freddy 1 ki Arnold Perl Daniel Ragins, Roger Brooks, David Cohen, Jerry Steinberg, Murray Top yowg 1'.'1r-.in Krrmmsi-,f, Abraharn Besman, Leon Lome, SeYfU9U' Rec efs' .' ,, -, ,. A 1, 5 A ld G ld I ' , Mchael Harris, Ronald Lovrngef ,, . Third fill- si?-il?3li0?ffOi4L'fill-f1'rlxrFaal1zSl1'l'an rliliichardolesvierig, Barry Norian, Harvev COUQBF1, BQ1fT0"lKSCTmaVgkf ilgaftlles Gannon' James Prlllklnf Alan MBYGY, Barry W, ' . ' ' li ll' L' k, D aid Newman, Allen Arreff, M1 es ap an, era eyvman A ' Suondcigowi'LEJCLZ'g?,?JllKlf'i,Qrif?l1ii:.iilv12ihlFiinnealcECgiulddilrls, Mocsllon Engelberg, Michael Lowenrhal, Solomon Kamm, Michael Green, Marvrn Herman, David Schnii- H ' ', . . ' F ' d 1 ,L 1',r.11.,1m Goldman, Srgvm Targuna, Gam SLfmrEgl'1Amold Naimam Jacques Schmolll Kenneth Wolf, Howard Glucksman, Sheldon Karras, Srdney Feld. Bollom row: L'-.1r11n Stein, Jonathon Borus, erna man, Rolpigrx Karron, Orrin Radas Nor in panel: Abraham Grossfeld, Reber! Glaser Phi Sigma Delta 71111 Ohio I3-l 1X1 1111- Cllmziplcrs 15515, .l.- 'C-gall 321. 6 I , . ,. . -Q II11' 1111'111l11'1x ol ll11 5lQlllLl llcllzi rclclmltltccl the1r . . ' . ,Sf ll'lIlll 2llllllXL'lNlllf mlm fl'1ll' ln ll1lYlIlg ll large banquet "1"f'W'41 z1111l 1lg11111-. 'l'l1is gillll z1ll:1i1' wsu 1lllCl1ilCil by both the ' lllllllllilli' KlllllJll'l' :1111l llll' 11l1111111i. ' Ili-lil lm' llll' lllNl li1111' this 11-:111 thc Plli Sig Dells ' llltf lmusc cli1'c1'Lo1's 1.11111111N. ll11- tll.llblk'l plum 111 lmlcl 1l11s llilllqllffl 111 l s 11-11111 x ilso lmlcl llllN Nl'.ll, Xviglilpmx l111111 1l1c' 111111 s111'1'r11111rli11g thc lm Cllll X1111111g lllr l11111x1 N 111111x s1l1ol.1sL1c .lXK.llllS has mlm 111111l LwlXlll 111 1111 lm, l11111l111 lrlllca l11111l1L1 LL.1111 11l1-1 11l111x11l Illl lllgl1lNl Ql.llllN. .Xlx11, lllL Nlaxucll 1 -N ' - . 1 .llllllll . I ' flqn-N, WY Q 5545311 -, X .5 ' Q l N sl . . . ' aww' omwu-TOP ww: Marvin Herman, 1un1or member 4execur21Ige'enaL l'lafVeY Couslan, treasurer, Michael Lowenrhal, Semof me tive council 'duri- . , . rw 1 Bottom row: Elliot Lrsnek, member at large, Mrchael Green' P Solomon Kamm, vice president I L ... - ""?f,' f N v-'. f 1, , . -s.,. - 398 Q-my Q wi Qi 1 -, X Top rovl r Soconcl Bottom l Fir .fx Stir ii' M1 V5 v 0811 Bch 'Q U NVQ, Murray MBYSF, Barry David Schnit. Sidney Feld. tive Councll' :amber efew' q presidertli Tgp row: Myron Babler, Wendell Morphy,.Richard O'Neill, Carl Sinder, Gaylon Lathrop Terr Bolland O I dlells' RIgnElddM'3mgo,melIyETBllly Vgfer J G H Y ' 'lo Kemm, R0r1ald Crowell, Jerome Hans, Thomas Sor Secon row: ic ar or siec , an ev Iey, ames i , Allen Devlesch d Th Bottom row: David Crowell, James Reeder, Lyle Hughart, David Moore, Vsillliani Shgllqgj ll2risl:ardaXrllaEriHl?:dIKlienlehSherldon' David Oakes' Hamllloll Myers ' I 'V Y 0 nson Phi Sigma Epsilon 307 l'i2lSl Dzttticl 27 Active Cll2lIJlCl'h KX, W ifffkv ft T110 past yjczn' wats Phi Signizt lipxilottk lnxt in-an ' 57 'W . L "" on the U. ol 1. flllllllllx This llilitc' cliztpta-1' wan orgzinizul by tncn front CllllCl'Clll rlmpn-is lm mul on cznnpuscs in thc North :intl Miclwcsl. Tha-5 ali-cimli-cl to colonifc :tt thc Lltiixm-txity nl' lllinuix nnml zntiwml in Clutlltpztigli in thc spring ol 1957. 'I'ln-rc wax no i house for lltCIIl since thcy nlinl not lmw at fliznu-t 1 Howcvcly zlltc-1' at lull ic-any thc cltzllzlci' lx-cc-ixvcl in cltzirtct' i' fz ' z 'L 1 ' " Q . M., 2, l95S. 1 hc new ' 1 I -' ' 1 . M if which thc incinhcrs lmvc livcrl lor thc pmt yuan: i Having hccn on Clillllbllx snr 1 a '. up IIIZIIIN' l'll2llJlC1' lrnclnmm. llnx in-gn' thcy Nllllll solul il l0l'Illlll LllIll1l'1'-tlllltil' in lln- spring. X lmn LILICL was hc-lcl to olmscrxc lfolimlctx' llitt. 7 1 I l , -,wa r I -lx Omcer- . Macros row: Thomas Knox, vice presidentg James Reed, pre-Sldeftli Bottom row.able', social chairman Terence 'ShJaf'le5 Gill, treasurer: Terry Holland, pledge masleli endaft, recording secretary l Phi Sig lSilJSll2lYL'llllll1lllillllllhllillilllllllt ict to hniltl i i i l l t i , i l i 1 l all l , l i I i I l 1 l f l l i I l ll You 'ow ' ll, H V , V 2 fy' L' -' ,HU C ,....x ng, Dcngld Miller, Ronald Cwiklinski, Harry RaWlSl9lL J0lWl'l ACN, Edward Powell, Richard Lutz, Arm, Ihiid vow 4 i 1 ft v"' Ellllililileilsllillrgfnlggiilwclqraiilllijter, Thomas ROQSVS, Kefmelh Lebermannf Charles Dldrlcksonf Robert SClUl'95i Edtv-Hd l SMcnd"6Lv I r . Tli-LVilr"flVD'Egli,r-,'i'lEg:1lVtLCkmaHv Wlmgm Skaggs, Richard Coddington, Richard Hartung, Gail Thwing, Robert Downing, Roy Holly, 6 Bonoml ,QQ lc . 'lil' l l l lu-,ijllglzllllll-llllUY P'lllf Rodllev l:9'Teroll, Bruce Dunworth, Bruce Bauman, David Sager, Donald Anderson, Jerom- I lrirliic 1 No! in pane-l " I l Phi Sigma Kappa llllll Ntlllll 5l'1Ullll l tit Xt llXl' i,li.ilmll'lx i lim ii.iiliiioii.il il.iiiiiw. ilii- "5ligiii1yliiwii Sliulllen iii ilit l.iIl .iiiil 4'lli-llf.iii-ililtiiiu iii llltxltllllg,llC1lllCll llii' l'lil NlQlll.i lx.iIiIi.iK "wS','tll ait4l.ll Ntllt'lllllC. Illlltf -T 1 ,. I-iiiiivi il.iiiii- ima gin-ii iitilillx willi l.zi1I1lJLlz1 Cllli Qyigfe fg- Xliilii lliiii.i Xi, .iiiil lx.iitli.i lti-ligi Rlio. AX ilamcc A,'Q"'jQL'g X, ll-i-ii i.i.iN ati iiii iii lAi.iii-iiiiix l'.iik, iiliilm- Htlill xliocks ' M .iiiilxlmiiiiiliiiilvlvilIlii'ii1l.illllulll. llii NlrtiI.Illll1'tINltl lli-Ilfntiiiiltiii i.iiigc-il lmiii .i lii.iil NIIIIIIQ iii tlii lIXllIQl1l1tIllltt.llltllllllfllllltlfli' 'Allll Ilii Xllili.i C..iiiiiii.i l1i'lI.ix lttxltitllxlll gi IJLIIIX Im In-t iwitilx 'iixiiii iliiiiiig llii' xi-it ivvti' Ilia' tlriiiiii ltiiiiit-ix l'iii I-ii ilii'.iiIixi'xx1lll lll1'ltl'xl N-li-iliixliiii .iiiil ilii li.iiiL Siiiiili l'1ii liii ilii- itll-:luv x-.iili ilii limi Niliol.iiNliili --' ltiiiiiig ilit lliiixliirix Nuixiiii, llll' l'lii N19 lttllll'll H-.iili ilii Xliili.i K-.iiiiiii.i lti'Il.i N Iii xltttllxtll ,i imiix lin tlii .iiil-i.ilI-.ilxiril iliililii-ii iii ilii' C.li.iiiiItgilgll- l iliiiii .iii.i l - iff' Omfen-TOP row: Robert Downing, treasurer, Richard C0dd'ng:,':,':i,,,,, 'filaffz Richard Hartung, vice president! Kffvln Lyons' C Ronald Ellerbeck, rush chairman Bottom row: Gail Th-ning, president L-,1ununa..... -ON OH Bo! Ill rli ..I lml lt: lli lii xl' .ill lli ga llli Xi ili tr! ra, Yhii Sect Boil Omcars-Top row: Marvin Dennis, presidentp Earl Schaefer, vice president: John Opelka, house manager, Walter Dalitsch, social chairman Bottom row: Samuel Skinner, secretary, Frank Wydra, treasurer Spring brought more than spring fever to the members of Pi Kappa Alpha since two of their tra- ditional dances were held in that season. For the "Hobo Brawl," the house was decorated to resem- ble a shanty-town shack. Decorations for the Dream Girl Formal vary each year with the specific theme of the dance. Each pledge participated in a rather unique house tradition by making a personally-inscribed, six-inch paddle. Mfhen the pledge class was initi- ated, these paddles were put on a long board lining the den. Another annual event was the football game between the Illinois and Bradley chapters. The Pikes gave awards to the best pledge, the most outstanding athlete, and the best activity man. Awards also were given to the person who achieved the highest scholarship in each class. PiK 1 :gl Q... - A . .tg A i I 31.Irx 11 fx nr JV: hfft L Xl ..:' 'ca ge cj X appa Alpha IC., - ' 3' . ,. Q W .TAQ, 1 A ' h ' ' ,, vwl, . .4 543 - f .-iii' "ffl ' - .' l E"'.-axial' fr! ' ev " " 74275 Qlfiltiilb' ' C ' ii-dfrlkff-,ffl-,' -5vfQ.l'giz11' '93 l ,, 'r -1 Y, -va -L -..-' J, .it f -19, X-if p. . JA 1, ry,-. -'f' ,v v :z'.1f.,,L r f '-.,, Q ' greg. . ' . 559 P 'if1A.7'.fL' .I , X , " " 1 - , :E R X .' " ian. f lfvl- .' Ak 1 -Q :azA:.,:..9 i -ll rl .e.'-i.,:LQf,'- . - .A r Y M is . I- r' gig " - - If . ' :M ' , mrs-tenet , Ir. g gg.-. , -W .5 A., I ul f V l . n nl .- U 1 , ll u , un, .1 . ,, -V 'Lg' ' lllll J"""-' A. 4 r-N1-Tw 'r r s . t . , ' me f :gl ' ft' 1 lifli Il it V- i lf if, --W nt -5 A psig. 2 ll ll ll - 1 , fu 'rl Q-f r, 'aan 5 lege it . ll !!! ,,? . ' 5. , H " K nn , ,gag-V. ,az :ig M. N. V. 4 g K f X. J, M l ' M in . T ,gps I , g'.,g..... 770'-N' -'W "' .fo-f xi I ' I 1 . 'Y ---1 WH-am LOWWI John Reinhardt, KICDBVG JUN" op rollflliolqlclqard Glllmlanf Lars Andersen, Dale Pearson, Stanley RYb-31 Hernandez Urdanefal I I Robert Sievers Gary Miner E on Third mas Hoepner, Kenneth Miller, Robert Drapeau, Evert Larson J Macmfee Hany Kropp, Edward Strasma, , 'BUS Jfehn Thomson, Russell Schiele, Robert Scanlon, James Schoonover, erry ' I S haefer Samuel Skinner, Glen Thorsow setond r,' harles Hendrickson, Richard Statham M rvin Dennis, Mrs. M09ll6Vr Ea' C ' Rmgv' Ralph Kraus, Walter Dalitsch James Swanson, John Opelkar Ffank Wydla' a B 0 ert Heckler I - h ll, J ck Hudson ottom row: Robert Jacob, Henry Stukart, Kurt Berg, Ralph Vacuda, Richard Blatt, James Guts a a Pi Kappa P Sill XYCNL llliliois tmli .Xa tix c C.liapLc-rs hi 1 . E' .N icers: Edwin Hamilton, chaplainp Glenn Cuerden, treasurerg John Baker, presidentp Carl Marrone, secretaryp Fred Fiala, warden- Rob- ert McKenzie, historian ' To recognize members who achieved outstand- ing scholarship, a pendant was given to the active with the highest average, and the names of actives having over a 4.0 average were inscribed on a house plaque. The winner of the Best Pledge Award, judged on such qualities as honor and fidelity, was given a replica of the "key to the house." One of the most highly anticipated social events was the traditional Rose Ball, which is held every June. Trellises and roses, the lraternity's flower, created an outdoor garden atmosphere. Following both the winter and spring formals, candlelight dinners were held to honor pingirls and liancees. As part of their annual community project dur- ing Help YVeek, Pi Kappa Phi pledges went to the Champaign County Nursing Home to do various tasks such as scrubbing floors. Yop row: La.-.renee lngliyl Terry Built.. Hamid Gm- S . , , Yhird 'owl Adalhcn Dragon' CMI Gunahony Eciwglfla Hcsgtmiiibirgimyinllgam Schaclat, Philip Bisesi i Second row: Fred Ftala, Robert fvldfgnzici Glenn Cuerdcn Johnfa k asman, Larry Fink, Arnold Smifh Ronald Chrisyensen Bottom row: Jack Rcdriqcnz, Darrell Lang, Qonaid Hcdnzzk JUDY? efglfiazl llgarrkone, Edwin Hamilton I ' 402 e rot, amel HOYY, John Means Ofiicers-' Bottom I Arthl For Hay." wliich inotil was d hay. .MN called house .Xs mas I vnu-r lillllll .Xu lzxccl C-rad nic-nt TOP ri Third Seton Bqlloi Noi i John warden, Rob. outstand- the active of actives Jn a house ge Award, delity, was cial events held every y's flower, Following :andlelight d fiancees. roject dur- vent to the do various om,,,,-Tqp row: David Lipson, president, Alan Schuman, vice president Bottom row: Lionel Gomberg, secretaryp Julian Oettlnger, treasurer: Arthur Kroft, sergeant at arms For their annual spring dance, "Maid in the Hay," the Pi Lambda Phi's imported live stock which was penned up in their yard. A lfllestern motif prevailed at this outdoor hay dance, which was decorated mainly, as one would imagine, with hay. Another social highlight was the pledge dance, called "The Hells of Ivyf' for which the chapter house was transformed into a devilish atmosphere. As a group project, the Pi Lam's hold a Christ- mas party for orphans every year. This year they entertained a group of third graders with the Kappa Deltas on a December afternoon. Among the awards given each semester by the Executive Council were the awards for the Best Graduating Senior, the Best Scholarship Improve- ment, and the Best Athlete. l x0 O 6, 'Qu 41 rg O x . -1 4, ,. C .- ..A P 'Egg' Pi Lambda Phi car, - 1 xg N 'll Xcliu Clrrpui Ag T l I Y Y' - d 5' I Benjamin Steinber She on a an r tr I op ror6r.lMartrn SWlClleV, Gary Coopersmirh, Stuart Ferst, Donald Weissman, Jefftgtffgghylglskanlrgowar 'mon n I C third 1 rm' Shelley Simon' A""U' Blueslone' Anhu' Gillis' Gerald Kolman' rein Ronald Prebash, Leonard oersfem, ef.-an sein df xxx: Jeffold EZQUV, Myles Borshell, Fred Cohen, Michael -Miller, P?UlhRU?e'XI3:1'Wimer I S n M O N n Second 'ner' Howard ROSS' Steven Parkes' Norman Leven! Richard Wled Cipll Gomberg David Lipson, Mrs. Isaacson, Aan c uma r , E50W2dSheldon Osheft, Jerry Belson, Martin Brozosky, Arthur Kroft, Lrone f I I nn Yh Han on aan gmum rzlfvsl' lfrernes, Michael Greenfield . Li Son, Michael Kleiman, Frank Silverstein, e e ma ' Wllllam Gelman Peter Soble Burton Mendelson, Allan Markle, Leon P NM . nf Rllihiard Manners,IStuart Glanta h , In Paneli Richard Linkemer, Robert Wiesenick, Edward RelCIH Top rgwi Donald Margolis, Harry Dyner, Gerald Silverman, Sidney Zipperman, Philip Zand, Howard Bass, Fredric Mussman, Lewis Collens, Harvey Chaplik, Thi d rriyiifharlftiliirglehi-nk William Weitzman Marvin Levine Harvey Pine, Sheldon Becker, George Gerstman, liilerbilt ,?Oi43m6t'1, Marvin FYUCLITSV, Harvey Klein , , , I , , ' U . . . . . Second row: Mark Abrahamson, Earle Horwitz, Emanuel Hurwitz, Eric Levy, Henry Kath Michael! Lllaplpi, PZU Rig!!-:allj1RUlge:gTeiil5?g3 Sheuow Bottom row- Lawrence Lieberman, Harold Levy, Jack Marks, Stuart Goldsand, Sheldon arcus, SV Y PD 1 1 B d Feldman, Harvey Schwartz Not in panel: Michael Schwartz, Bernard Steinberg, Una' l 0 Praetortans 322 Illini Union fi Active Chapters liht' l,t':tt-toriiitis were nznnetl :titer Praetor, chief ol tht- Rotnztn guztrtls. This group does IlOt have its own t't'sitlt-ine: the nit-nthers get together for weekly intttings :tt tht- Illini llnion. The hrtsie principle til tltis tllifllllllilliflli. tvltith has other chapters in tht' Nlitlwt-st, is to oller its inenthers the henehts of lmth itttlt-petttlettt :intl l'i':tternity living. Sintt- tht- l't':tt-totiztns hztve no ollicinl house, they tent l'nit't-rsity lttcilities lor ztll ol their dances. Roonts ant- :tlso ohtztinctl lor such events :ts Mothers llgix :intl Dzttls lizty. 'i4i1isit'1tt'iltt' l'i'gtt-toriatn .Xlutnni .Xssocizttion pre- st-ntt-tl its ztnnuztl zttt':trtl. :t scholztrship, to :t non- st-ttinigtn ntztlt- stutient on this rztntpus. Competi- titt- t-it-nts iltnine tht- it-:tt inclutlecl tnztny pledge- .ntiw tontt-sts suth gts lootliatll gztntes, :t tttg-ol'-wztr, .intl soltligtli gztntes. 1. 3 ' A .L in fxz ,I " s, 'vim I A 'i gt 4.4.1 'top row: Second ri do Bottom ri Not in P Ha 1 75, '- LI Qi .Qty Q L "Xl, x lg' t M- f, rl A -ay! , 1 s uk i iiix ' -5 Y : :--i L Wi ' 5 U ' s X 1 ,W V11 li - .sv omfeu-TOP 'Owl Michael Lapin, corresponding secretary: Aflhu' omni' ff mari, scholastic chairman . ecmdgng nf' M Q Bottom row: Eric Levy, vice presidentg Emanuel Hurwitz, 1 H' '9'f3fY: Henry Katz, presidentg Earle Horwitz, Yfeaswe' 404 ey Chaplik, larvey Klein Arthur Reise .mi- :Sidney Frisch, Ralph Westhoff, George Pease, Robert Pfe'Ff , P l V d . gzgmzzwmw: Charles Domm, Deane Haning, Joseph Miller' Cha,-leg Elhlalgdwgpd Hgfogrrzlegragglg Tgofraa Sykes, Edward Malerich, Howard lbcr dare 'ge' IC BV o nson, Ronald Gruenberg, Richard Newcomer, N Bottom row: Neil Sterling, Allen Swan, Edward Thornpson, Merle Beuttel' Eugene 5 I J . . Nqr in panel: James Archer, John -Bergstrom, Frederick Blayney, Keats Carleton, Wjilrieeri Cierifiistcilrlnsliielcl-igiyltlg GGQFH Rame Keslt John Hom Hahn, Duane Haning, Carl Kirnbauer, Andrew Machata, Donald Miller, Robert Newth Robert'OIson Fragrl Sllilrgld Jtllatiid Engl? GUY GYHMOW, Kenner ' I , y a e Psi Upsilon 'll'l Lust .Xl'lllUl'N il X4 tixc C.lmI1lci's in inluimzil plc-dec climn - 1 to COIlllllClIlUli'lll' lhc- luiiiidiiig ul e l'IlSlO1lfll llflilll, 1 ' ' f 3 qs thlee oldest I1 ilernilies in thc llilllflll. Elbm silon, Xlphi Della Phi, Q l ' ' ' s mu.1ld1me o i- ' ' 1 mon College in 1955. 1-' "am Decemhcl' the I i l" the .-Xrrow' lormzi ., ' ' ' ' ' " llcllxi lxgi 1 it A Th "1 ' ff! was held in the lull M," ' the ' J '1 I I mx K, Ep." , . . im llsl l psilun slmrmsuiul 'EX T I,-ll thi' ill ' 1 ' t cclcln IIC llltll liipla' lrnimliiio ll 11 'let' ly ' M ' K at L1 l ' ls s slmnsm lhc llmisc nl ' l is lilll ol lhcii Xxlllltl ixccldiiml X t I l banquet, the lfllillllll, :ind gi sctulaiilc- :uc hnld on S ii i llI'Ll2lX'l1lgl1l, with clumli :ind an Suu-llicziit l,llllli'l ii the lollowing Sunday. The spring ixvclwiinl u.is high livhted hx' the Hlilossoiil Tiim-" lrnixiul. Cers: G 595. Mme eolge, PGBSS, treasurer, Richard Newcomer, secretary: JOSSD fir, r" premdgnii GUY Fraker, second vice president, Neil Sterling S V'Ce President 4 D . This year the pledge cl iss sl ntcd '1 pmghiiii ulmli is to he L'2ll'1'lE'Ll out hx' each plcdgc nliiss. ln gin Cllttll to heneht the Ullllllllllllly, the IJlCllgL's spent their S ti 111111135 doing odd johs lor l'L'sl liuiiivs Llllll llftsllllills in the areal. l v1 ff lK"' I V., V. .i ' 1' - s ,r ,f 7' -J "ff" xl r f' ' t Donald Davidison Richard Pease, Terry Carrell, Thomas Newton, Thomas Riggs, Golden F l Johnson David Se'l3erling Kenneth Love, Tom RUDP9' I N I J hm pzneberv Ton row: .ar an , - f . ' W'lI H bb d, Th mas ogg e, O , Th. d rlgaplaYrka:elngit'hb:tl5g:iAoJJmti,anzegxyleiangjwarg Lsxzlcalfj Rilard Vcilamerl William Ryan, John Greathouse, Bruce PfeiFFer, John Rackow, Peter Gustat, Brad, If 1 1 f ' ' I f ld . l Secondoruoksiilliligh Algiltilelleriiillkioggdfcltassggiflligigni Tuttle, John Stevenson, Milton Simantel, Mrs. Curry, James James, Roger Sterling, James Chengary, William -' - ' ' Aa M M is , , Dubmski George Grubb Edward Markham' Daw C Kac mth Harrigan, Glenn Timmons, Richard Odle, Rolhe Peters, David Wood, William Ray, Dennis Bottom YOW2 Edward Sestalc, Samuel Hundlev, Nekeie Mladef enne l S , P l Ek . . Gross' John Mallon' Rona d Hom- au ' Al n Modine, Pete Carveth, John Williamson Not in panel: Thomas Freeman, James Timberlake, Richard Hoarcl, Robefl Benson, a Sigma Alpha Epsilon 211 East Daniel 1-12 Active Chapters 'le begin the lall semester, the pledges ol Sigma .Xlpha lipsilon ntade arrangements lor a tea for all the lintiseiiiotlieis on eainptts. Following the pledges' in- itiation, a dinner-danee, which is traditionally a lfotinders' Day dance, was held in honor of these new initiates, For this years pledge dance, "Paddy Murphy," the litillst' was demratetl to represent a lttneral parlor, and the dates were escorted to the dance in a hearse. The tlptnte was held on this cainpus lor the first time, but it has heen at tradition ainong SfXE's at other chapters. - me t l tw 1 Q i .Ns part ol their awards program, the held an ,Xirziitts llaiitpt:-t and invited their altinis. The awards intlttded l'l'tUQ'Illll0Il lor the otitstantling IM athlete and the presentatioit nl a jeweled pin to the pledge x-.lin had ztttainetl the highest scholastic' average. 406 -gf I V i will .",E - . A ' . P04 . 125 ' - .ti 'Uj' ,V t . qt . A : , , ' 15 L -.. r l fi W t ,ff ij., x . .t X. -a . 1 'ic' OfiicersfTop row: John Stevenson, l. M. chairman! -lalges Jaya?-'JetafYi DI'9SId9r1t: Milton Simantel, president, John Atfifmn ROQEY Sterling, treasurer, John Greathouse, fU5h C a Officers: l. Kaylor .Xltei Mus ai ohservz on Apt ated nf in the lotinde Otht Penn I to perl reveng Santini war ac The Frater hutioti sthola TGP roi Third ,- Sagond Bottom Omgers' Lester B'ker, vice priorg Alvin Martin, exchecquerg Lawrence -y Kayfgn, prior, Arthur Alpert, recorder Alter the last football game, the Sigma Alpha Mu's and Theta Chi's got together lor their annual observance of the burning of the old Sammy house on April 18, 1948. The former Sammy house, situ- ated next to the present Theta Chi house, was built in the shape of an Octagon to represent the eight lounders of Sigma Alpha Mu. Other traditional events included the National Peon Day during which the pledges were required to perform many strange tasks. But they had their revenge against the actives on Turnabout Day. The Szunmies also had their annual pledge-active tug-of- war across the pond at Crystal Lake Park. The highest award given by the Samrnies was the Fraternalism Award for the best all-around contri- butions to the house. Awards also were given lor scholarship, athletics, and activities. Top . 777777777 All Werner BarrY roiivnenshgldqn GOmberQ, MiClW6E'l Pink, P6Ul Glick, Marshall Marcus, Michael Krozier an ann s Alan B rn Th' 3 Fwd Shorvifz, si rsh fr, Ja Silver b o :den James Ku U f Hd lil llrllchael LLDSICLW, Juldg Malrlctig, Hariieb' Lambeft, Neil Bluhm, Joel Handelman Her ert O M Chee! Rosen Phllhp GOU d RB! Bd m second er Goldwasser, Donald Friedman, Jacob Lifshln Margin Lawrence Kayton Arthur Alpert :G ld S ersmm Haven NO h m Bottom Zabel' POFQGS, Sheldon Brodskv, Lester Baker, walt'-ff Herb? piivlgay Cohen Michael ShBD'f0 Edwald Colby era ap D : 'Cl1B6l Siegal, Robert Gordon, Daniel Lieberman, Slephen BU ennis Schwartz Sigma Chi l llli I-,gist lt1l111 lfi .Xt tire Clltztplers SAL! 1 P .3 gum, 3374 LUQIIQ fi. X ,. .v ,g.r"", 101-1- 9! are OFiicers-Top row: Lon Rademacher, recording secretar - E - treasurer: Ward Adams, Pledge trainer Y' Veren Klmmelr Bottom row: Bruce Hart, rush chairman- Robert O'Conn ll - . denty John Ruth, president I e ' me ms" The Sigma Chis began the year with the atmtml Kappa Kappa-Delta Delta Day in the lall. Eaqlt year the Purdue and Illinois chapters get together and compete in various athletic events, alternating their visits to the two campuses. One active was selected to represent this chapter in competition for national recognition lor out- standing contributions to Sigma Chi. Highlighting the social calendar was the Miami Triad held early in the second semester. Perhaps the most important event of the entire year was the Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance. Held each May, this weekend affair included a picnic supper 011 Friday, the formal on Saturday night, and a sere- nade after the dance. The climax oi the evening was the crowning ol the Sweetheart ol Sigma Chi. ff, l-ll row: Rtrlmrd Thomas, Stuart Gailartd R'ch d M W . san Yom Glenn Rmbmokl Bmw Han' Joim aphomgsoawrdtilawrence Anderson, Keith Miller, Larry Gunn, Jonathan Wells, John Wessels, John Davin rd row: Stuart Hall, Ho,-,md Mccmckcn, Aumn Furlong Npistler lElARsI. Joseph Huyler, David Thomas, Richard Knox . her Uvkl. HO,.,A,d 5Cg,,,,,d,' Rohm, Cagann' Franklin showy Rabeff ge ltler, Carl Faust,4 Richard Dudley, James Pierce, Ronald Goerne,' Chr1st0P md 'Wg Www f-igw-fi, Ed-ward ctmisna, Lorin whatnief 52,28 '52"'dR09e' Phillips, Dayid Raaemachef, Richard Ruth, James G9Va'a 1, Ru1h,Rolr tomuriog C,imnCH'PWard gdiimx Jcvrv Dvcos, Richard Jenks ,Richaiird Fiieiteihi: -,Chg Bilnif' Rldifrd Hog' Lon Rademacheri Everett Kimmel' Jo n id 5 "mm 'USU "U l"'1"1, Rchard H' ' ' . ' yer, avi Owe , Stephen Bro rt . R001 Q S1.m,1l, 1,-,ftlltam Html CMI Allison' james Brggiginiji Fredzrtck Foersterltng, Robert Watson, Donald CleggWCharles Harshbarger, Dennis Swanson' Not in panel: '.'.Ql-,tn Romani Stuart Lockwood .Y' QVVY egener ' 'HM Dmwtd ymkscnl Samuel Fone! I David Cadwallader, Howard Carr, Robert Schmidt, John Easterbrook, John BUISYI R099 Defby' Pete Oflicers- Rona Bottom r ager .Knit sented llllllllil rclclitw Virgin The lo1'111z1l 1I1c111e l:11'o1'i1 into 11 111111111 I11 r was 111 I11' Fourth Third No Everett Kimmel vice Presi- . the annual 5 lall. liafli get together , alternating this chapter ion for out- s the Miami tter. Perhaps ire year was d each May, c supper on , and a sere- the evening l Sigma Chi. John DaviS, Scon ' kt Ihristophel Lavlc Rufllf Rob' Ronald , John 5 Swanson, Derby' Pelef Hess' om,,r,..1'ap row: James Huck, recorder, Robert Snow, commander, Ronald Miller, treasurer . ' H hmm row: Paul Bowman, social chairman, Terry Gerling, house man- gger, William Boncosky, pledge trainer Among the year's outstanding social events pre- sented by Sigma Nu was the V.M.I. Ball. This annual lormal was held with Alpha Tau Omega to celebrate the founding of their two chapters at Virginia Military Institute. The "Beachcomber's Ball" was the annual in- lorinal dance held last spring. Featuring an island theme, the dance brought everyone out in his lizivrnite sarong. The chapter house was transformed into an island with palm trees, a waterfall, and twenty tons ol sand covering the basement floor. In order to encourage high scholarship, a trophy was awarded both semesters to the Sigma Nu with a live-point average. A Scholarship Improvement Trophy was also awarded to the Sigma Nu who showed the most improvement in scholarship over the previous semester. Sigma Nu IZS 's l l't'nnsxlx.i1iii X1 llkt' l.ll.lllll'ls NJ i I Cx ZS B 'li ?4?4a s 1' ?Q'w va' n.',.w:1'f 3' ',W'gf,I T' -1 its r'5 f ' Q . V' s ' Nqr ' . . ig Ja: Cf gif l N, , v I lftftyn P ad S T , ' h SchaefTer, Theodo.e Beas.all, Dante J oP top. Robert l-lartsock, Jeffrey Butler, James Childers, Thomas Dolan, Jeftreg Rsovsgrigebnzlvgvigm Wood, Thomas Polston, Rpbert Lenz,B Ronaijl F-C rr pounh Ofd, James Lavelle, Donald Sommerville, Charles Heath, Robert. Leslie, .lo n M' hagl phillipgl Paul Bowman. Ufban Neldneb 'UCB G gow: Karl Keller' James Huck' Ronald Llslck' John Chellusl Wllliam Nearlylortolri Stephen Penczek, Dean l..anQfOfCl, t. Jama- Jorn ine nfefkef ieffv Geiling, Kirk Masitn, OHS Hubwdf Demon Kyle' lamiii Miiisftzoseff snow, Mrs. Bam'1"'f W""f'm BMOW' 'D arg' Ge0fQe McKinney Robert Kinney Scott Walker, Jon Busse, Rona ' ' ' , Robert "tor, J rr " rl Second r Cholllns, Ronald Woods . - ' Noel Workman, James Hammond, Gary Bro ri if s Thaw. Kenneth Gammon Charles Walther, Dennis Carroll, Davld Memerl' Bottom omf'5 lhsobald I , ' I D terra, Richard Evans, Pete' Van DW . la Not' row' Wllllim Essex Frederic Collins Gu Williams, Slepllen Felrara' MIC ae Y 1 . , f 1 Y n Panel' P3lflCk Murphy, Paul Golaszewski XIV 49"- fl?- ilff 1 f as .. X we K nell Terrill Hicks Clark Bright Phili Nels R Top row: Harold Green, William Hanko, Robert Screen, Dan Duwell, James Bruenl Joseph en I ' f D On, onald Johnson, Bfdl Hin .Bi,Pf.i-ii Second :ciw:3yDavtidOBun1ing, Silas Strode, Eugene Parry, -l0l'1l'1 MOYSS, Robffff lngfamf John Perry' Prof ea S ro e m B H D 'd pmscon Emesf Karfas Allan Barger Phillip Church Richard Bolton, James Spachman, Robert Hermann, Roberto Hernandez, Edward Mooney o om row: avi , 1 l . I , ' - Not in panel: Delos Kiltoe, John Holmquest, Phillip Monzo, David Hartnetff LOWS Bla'-'n Sigma Phi Delta 1103 NVest Illinois 12 Active Chapters Since it is tin engineering lraternity, Sigma Phi Delta: took :in :retire pzirt in the zrnnuzil Engineering Open llouse. Nlost ol' the ineinhers participated in tleiiioiistrntioiis or in the zidniinistrzition ol' this event. lliree or lour tiines ezuh semester the house's pro- lessionzil progrznns were czirried out by guest lecturers. lliese lecturers, though olten from the College of En- gineering. were :ilso lroin other collegesg and their topics ranged lroin job-interviewing to color TV. ,Xn interesting house trzidition was the Surprise St-nior lireziklzist prepzired by the pledges. The seniors wt-i'e lirst seried ai rzither unzippetizing meal, but it wats soon lolloivetl lay at inuch more delectable one. .Xs in the past. Siginti Phi Delta competed in vari- ous sports t-waits with 'l'rizingle. The winner earned possession ol xt tititeliiig trophy. s 1, xx i t VI 4l0 ' i -.. 'Z' ,, . gwn1z.,,,..7 ie 'ry -H..- .. 'dent' Officers-Top row: Robert Ingram, secretary: John Morse' PWS' ' Bottom row: Eugene Parry, vice presidentp David Bunting, Tap row: Third I'0Vl Va Second rt Bonom rc Not in P1 W sou l l 1 i i l .l v . W Z I n it a? .l ' 'ai' John PSVVY, pledge master . business ager No' I , 1 4 l l 1 1 1 Ronald Johnson, III 8 Ill Ill H 55 rap raw: Robert Nelson, James Rashid, Keith Thompson, William Nelson, Mac Churchill, John Ohslund D I T k. , I Oug as on xnson, Nic-l He 'tt, J h D' -' Edward Mooney X Third r?,v!9olEd1y:J:nl3nobHl?s: George Thomas, Dennis Denny, David Brown, Norman Krause, Robert Troutt, Donald McSorIey, John Src-ll:-h, Aiaihrgr L'll5lf?df,,., H,,,,,., l ' 4 ' d w: Arthur Murray, Glen Cartwright, Larry Showley, Rich d K , D ld . . I gzslonm igwz Herman Waltemate, Terry Klaus, Bruce Martin, Kurt Aggustslorrl, Rucsrsizll KRoZi'?aGerElJ1'lj?'ilmE1hJelilril.5n Vllgdillam cglsonl Kerginelh Lmwrl' Dum lO""l Not in panel: Lloyd Atwell, John Call, .Robert Dunworth, Harry Hartel, James Heil, Gordon Johns, Thomas Khox lilieriwr O1lJAl?:Eiprf E Wa'dEJenk"'Sg1W'l"""' Sclmlimil son, Wilfred Robinson, James Zuldema, Richard Dunwoody, Cary Fox, Kenneth Luke, Albert Rainey, James Tilley 9 owe' Ugclw M0 l luck Rlclmuli S. h. E .I 1 lgma P 1 psi on llll5 South l'i0lll'lll l-I5 .hilliVCcill1llJlClN Sigma Phi lipsilmfs most i111pc11'l1111l :1111111g1l dance, Called Hcl2lSll1O,n wus hclcl cl111'i11g the l:1ll semester. The 111z1i11 llooi' ol' ihc llUllNC' lX'2lS clcme 1 J as il men 10 s 1111111 1 iiw c'z1si11r1. 1"lECCl to re re e111 il ll 0 5 ll N .J - complete with Ll roulette wltvel :incl lllillll' clillicrc-111 Q. : K types ol' fzircl games. 'l'hc clo11'11s1z1i1's ol 1l1c- lionsz- i . - was decorated to reseiilhle ll l'2llllSl'LCllCl'. ey Another big Zllliilill the Queen ol l'lL'1ll'ls ll1lllll'. is ll national t1'z1clitio11. li:11'l1 Sigma l'l1i lipsilon Cl121PEC1' holds 21 si111ilz11' 11111110 Clliill ya-111: The Sig lips' social scheclule also i11cl111lc'1l lhi- sorority social cl1:1i1'111e11's l1z111q11e1 i11 thc l:1ll :1111l the annual pledge-z1c'li1'e l'oc11l1z1ll g:11111'. 'l'l1c: 1111-111- se, President: John Ht . Cel : . .n bUsineSS man K5rzl6:'I'yLShowley, controller, Robert Spraetz, secretary, R1chard ' 9' Not in Panpllsldemi Donald Roznak, vice president e. Thomas Knox, historian bers of the 11'im1i11g 1011111 i11 ihis QZIIIIC haul their names inscribecl on ll l1'0lJlll'. The Zlllllllill spring xvork pmicci lllXIJlXL'S iolis s11chz1s 11'z1shi11Q4 Lhe 11'i11clo11's ill 1l1c'l'l3 S:11111111'111111. 4ll 'K r -V Cl h A drew Cox David O'Mera William Norsworthy, Kent Marthaler, Leon Bennett, Michael Destefano, Robert :J l' B , D ' Kl , W'll'am inc , rt , 1 Top rovgralgilgqchaign Edsmlcisoniyoeniii hKHneb Noiiiiiiii llgodga ihmelf lAi9alki5rl3lJohn igaralvlilllge William Spaulding George Utz Lon ie S h k Wll - . ' , R ' , I a, au ayer, au 6 H, I 1 1 , rt C un , ' ' h Thlrd row' Denzll Morehead' Robert Spei' O en I Olda d 5 hert, George Petrulis, Lawrence Williams, Reaugh Eaton I 'am Daven ,J K k,JhL o,Emun erc I Secondpfdwiv:Cgieiialliieriicililgielznb,aE5nefcirgSrdbri1ilnitanfAnnthi:iil1ry Banosky, Medley Tornow, Donald Long, Kent Whitten, Bruce Newcomb, Richard Regentz, Ronald Morris, ' , Ch l B t , , Bovtomiiilovwlitiil Ni.iilmBrowril iglmrngifeilpton, Henry Amann, Edd Ghent, Jerry Wilson, Bruce Johnson, David McClellan, Michael Eyster, Alan Davidson, George Skle- ' k , M' h I W , . Nor inndiniel: Caiwiznceagreifrfogle, Joseph Cusirnano, Donald Gilkison, Robert Lanzotti, Robert Luetle, James McMullen, John Moran, Ronald Primmer, Robert ' ' l K 'th Sorensen, Robert Wade, Brian Carey, Carl Lambert, Gerald Mellinger, Walter Regan, Donald Buttel, James Colwell, William Lannon, Pau Power, el Hopkins, Joseph Krakoski, Donald Berg Sigma Pi A102 East Armory 62 Active Chapters The Orcliicl Formal, the annual spring lormal ol Sigma Pi, is a tradition among all the lraternity's chapters. For this dance, the house was decorated to resemble a scene from out-oladoors. The center of at- traction was a waterfall in the dining roomg a replica ol' the house pin, made from orchids, carnations, and moss. was displayed beneath it. The winter formal, heltl at one ol the downtown hotels, is always given jointly with Delta Upsilon. .Xs they have clone in past years, the seniors chal- lenged the tintlcwlassmen to a tug-ol-war to prove their pltysic-al prowess. A group prize was awarded to the winner. The Sig l'i's awartletl their annual trophy to the big lnotltor-little lniother team who earned the high- est stholastic' average. The pledge who achieved the highest gratles also receivetl an award. X lil' lt '1 ." -H2 Omcers-Top row: Richard Regentz, secretary, Anfl10ffY Dan j Qzwzvj TQ'-it V , .4-2 ',-,- : 2 413, Q r 33 X ,I 1, , ew .xiii 9'1LQ0'!l' osky, IMI' urerp Medley Torriow sergeant at arms sidemi BNC! Bottom row: Kent Whitten, pledge trainery Donald Lon9f Pre Newcomb, vice president Officers- surefi Ke Sigi dance ter hc and l' out t llanni laces Th took the t creat Be conii l-lon' the count hall Top Thiv 59:1 Bon Destefano, Rohm, C, William Daven. Z, Ronald Morris, son, George Sklg. Pfirnmer, Roberi Melllnger, Waller my Dar1OSl4Yf wg, Diesldemi H665' BfUC9 Sigma Tau Gamma Vw, A A11 n 5 D ' 1 Q c Omcers-Top row: Donald Davis, vice president: Thomas Brinkerhoff, irea- wm. Kenneth Holian, president, Kenneth Shmeling, secretary Sigma Tau Gamma presented their traditional clzmce, called the "Pea Pickers Prowl," at the chap- ter house. The house was strewn with bales of hay, and larmyard scenes decorated the walls. To carry out the theme, couples came dressed in levis and llzmnel shirtsg girls wore pigtails and covered their laces with plaster freckles. The Rose Formal, which was held in the spring, Look place in the Illini Union. Roses were used as the entire theme, and the traditional decorations created a spring atmosphere. Besides celebrating the University Home- coming, Sigma Tau Gamma held its annual House Homecoming in the spring. Among other things, the chapter members and alums found time to compete with each other in the traditional loot- ball and softball games. To , , - r , , Uavlo Lan er -W-' v .- Thgdrow. James Thomas, Guillermo Tor,-es, Anthony Gnepm, Wayne Painter, Jeri! Spongigegalka Theodgre Thomas, Waynehrirdo Seco dow: Thomas Fennell, Dale Dornblasef, Leonard Czameckll Alben Klelsll avmC es George Roman, R6Ym0fld ROY" B0n:m James Wolff, Alan Grubman, David Berman, RQl-Uefl Schroedeg'-nEkUel?,ene ap I ' Donald Davis, Kenneth Holian, Kenneth Strmellngf Thomas ll icers-Top row: Sheldon Weinstein, Commissary David Kayner treasurer t OH' l l Bottom r.ow: llllelvln lflecktman, secretary, Alvin Becker, president, Leon Reivttz, vice president, Barry Semer, rushing chairman At the annual Senior Breakfast at Tau Delta Phi, each graduating senior gave away some possession he had acquired during college. As part of the tra- dition, a large wooden pot was willed to the person having the lT1OSt troublesg the head ol a statue was left to the one having the "hardest head." An outstanding event on the social calendar was the spring formal weekend. It consisted ol a dance on Friday night, a picnic on Saturday afternoon, a hayrack ride on Saturday night, and a Sweetheart Brunch on Sunday. The Tau Delts also announced their sweetheart and her court during this week- end. Each Tau Delt pledge class must participate in some form of charitable work. In February the pledges spent one day during their initiation perioml perlorining a civic project in this community. OW Allen Rohn Gerald SI gr R Q y C 1 'avr' ' , rd ricmgc Brodll FICE DUEJO Sky Jer oen Leslie Appel Jay Hechtman Charles Shallat, Hillard Garlovsky, Allen Alderman, Stuart Brand, Leslie Bell, W can s ogan ary Morgan Ed d 5 . dm cgcrp Dhcngls Rosen Man Kcsslc Wa' 'ORC Jerome Heller R bert Stern Herbert Kanter, Howard Bluestone Edwin Goozef Bernard Cherry' Mllcllell con ow c ar Karlov R nald F eld Mel .n H kt 1 . om row B rry B rnsen Shcrw n Dubm Sgney marglglils Srliaeilgglrt Vsleipstein Alvin Becker, Leon Reivitzf Ba,-fy Semer David Kayner, Herman Dlesenhfllizge' o in panel Arr-old Graucr Ronald Wtnchell Bunon Handier Fr der -ELC EI R bert Feverstein, Martin Fischbein, Gerald 'Symon, Keith Solit, Michael Vliflnjwy Weir-svcn Rchard NQI50n 'C em R ymond Moldow, Bernard November Bruce Schultz, Moflon Sega ' Omceu lo Button Pl coin nua the tion han' the The Poli A tu re LCZI r rece ol Tau Epsilon Phi lllf' l'-ISI Xiin-mx .r - l.v Xi lIXt' l.li.rpli'is p o. "3 9913sa'1'2! gm . na Kaynentreasuref Omgers--Top row: Howard Rosenfeld, member at large, Edwin Shapiro, ' Wesldefliz Leon bursar, Robert Stone, scribe nan Bonom row: Robert Ross, chancellor, Jerry Pollack, vice chancellor u Delta Phi, re possession rt ol the tra- O the person a statue was d. :alendar was d ol' a dance afternoon, an 1 Sweetheart O announced g this week- if articipate in February thc' iation period nnunity. Placed in the foyer, a swimming pool which was complete with goldfish helped to enhance the an- nual Hawaiian Dance at Tau Epsilon Phi. Being the biggest social event of the year, other decora- tions lor this affair included a huge quantity of bamboo and hay. The most popular costumes were the traditional sarongs and beachcomber outfits. The dance was climaxed by the crowning of the Polynesian Queen. Another TEP tradition, the Bowl Game, fea- tured two sorority football teams. The winning team gained possession of a traveling trophy and received an invitation to return to the Bowl next year. The TEP philanthropic project was the support ol' an orphan girl in Rome, Italy. Funds for this project were raised through allocations olf house hills as well as through special donations. mlll ' Bell, Brand, l-eslle To mv' , ,, , P row: EU . I G od,-nan Gene Siutkln, Joe: rise..- , I I E F -1 hell gene Sagefman Jack Levy, David Herbst, Char es 0 I D N -r Agwsg , p I 5.3 I m fr Simgn, Pav- 'Vd Cherry' MIC Tllivd berg, James Flmermgn, Eugene Brodsky' Samuel Denosaquol Alan Sillllldridlel rillvron Warshauer, Jay Chapman, Laerence earscn n a i r . nhaus row: Donald Gerrard, Leroy Fine, Joel Slutzky, Arthur Berman, Rogiaci odngek' Bernard Bass, Jack Drexlef p ll ck Reber: Srone, Judd fklssner, Pniho 'man DIe5i?NeininQ9' Secondmond Levln, Arron Levine, Jerrold Aronson, l'l0Wald Roihbergl Daw ld Edwin Shapiro, Robert Ross, JEVYY 0 3 ' Michael all Jerry Rrgwi Gary Adelman' Merrie Much' Ronald Kaiser' Howard Rosenfe I ' S'd'vell Robert Hand-elrnan, Dxchard f-llrslml, Drlon Sag I B0lto emsielrl' Michael FOX ' Ronald Rashkow, Jonathan Kronesber9f Dawd ' ' ' mKLm1vl6LiT:!El Rosenberg, Donald Waldman, Stuart Shapiro' 4 I ,f r-x ,P Top row- Ronald Kolish Lowell Schmidt William Lewis, Paul Elmer, Richard Langford' Robert ilsrianyfcfworflan 5036, 'Rslbsff Luehrlng, Harold Meek, David . . . , f , . F I 1 G Danna, Richard Luehring, ater row ey, re eric .eas ey Th. d Ravvclgiif, lghiihpr Degllajg,Riqhrognas2ORiomsgiln13S,hgl3rr1naers greg' Mifglzeiil Gordon Malstrom, Russell Putnam, George Sher, Richard Keough, Lavern Altemeyer Ir 'Eunice guenkeiitboulid Louis Landti Kenneth Marich,IDavid Micldlernas, Dean Slieaflerf Hans Eklund' Allen Schmldl' Charles Boas' Ffedefifk Guslafwfil SecondTn22?SCl'ligi'l:3nBednar Joseph Watson, William Guetschow, George Stratton, NlrS- Tl'tSiSS, DF- Tl19iSSf R0l-Defi Slegeff, Walter Justice, Lawrence Rostetteo, BonomRoLa5-Vrzt Pizsmogoglcegenl John Eaton, Jay Day, Terry Dewitt, Richard Buchanan, William Trotter, Robert Brunsman, William Howarth, Jackie Franklin, Rob- ert Cleveland, Richard Patty, Michael Fleming Not in panel: Albert Mulberry, Larry Shrader Tau Kappa Epsilon 308 East Armory lfl9 Active Chapters lJec'orations both inside and outside the Tau U Kappa Epsilon house helped to establish a night- ! chili atmosphere lor the annual spring lormal, the QVE cs Qiegor' 'Zigi '03, 'ZF 'fa wil' . I , a , - ,, . s-- fd, "Cale Larnation Rouge. A large red and white , g awning stretched across the lront ol the house, 4 R l my Q 1 emphasizing the French outdoor Cale motif. To promote good alumni relations, the Tekes hold an alumni roundup every few years and invite all graduates hack for a weekend. This year a banquet was held in the spring to honor Dr. Theiss, a recently retired "guardian angel" of the Illinois chapter. The two men who were chosen as Top Teke of the Year and Top Athlete ol' the Year took the highest honors in the held ol' awards. .Xs at service project, the Tekes gave their annual tlliristinzts party lor the children at Huling Home in Raitlotil. t , Omfefil Robert Ashbrook, secretarYi William Gue1SCh0VY',lre5:liv:e W i Robert Siegert, president, Charles Bednar, Pl?d9e 'fame' SYVHTYOH, vice president, Walter Justice, chaplain ,,, .4 .r f 1 i .- ' 1 7 ,- f ' 'Qu'-9 ., L'- -M v i , ,nf - ' 4'4 ff' A N - .,-. ff i:,:q-.s-'Egg V, i --f-v 'L ,' "5 , " V ' ,!'-411.4 Top row x Third rj l Seconr-lx Bottom l Not in i Om Bop Llf' 'JaJa1.uuJ9P15U91 PIP199 1191059911 "-19llnW9W A1191 1111101 dgipiga ' 590 g. . svsfg,-.,.f -,N :Ii-1. -fx124fizri1"-- Y 'Slll?9C1 5111 11-,1 ,1H1'1,111' .1111 1101.111 .lklllll 11II1? N117.7lN 'BUUITO -931719-U7 41114111 -H11 1.1111 M0111 1111.11 '1.71111111t11 x1l1t.vg.1 111117 511!91g 1? 11.111111 1111 1Il1'lUr1lfl rI1l1x11'1r1111s.1l11l. 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'lihis tradition ittvolves the annual plvtleing ul six girls. lhis year the girls pledged welt- int-ntlmt-is ol .Xlpha Ontitton Pi, Alpha Chi Uineea, tlhi Unit-ga, .Xlpha Cantina Delta, Kappa .Xlpha ll'ht'la. and Ciannna Phi Beta. lht' ttzulitional spring pledge dance, "Magna lattaf' sltatt-tl its theme with all Theta Delta Chi tltaptt-is. 'llllis int-tliexal nante was t'art'ied Ollt through llli'tlt'tOli1lllUll5mll tastlt' and a IIIOZIK-Zlllll tht- instuint-s. 'I he lmts dressed as knights, while tht- gills taint- as ladit-s-in-waiting. lheta ltt-Ita Clhi t-iituttt'agt's the studies ol' its ineinht-is ht gixing stlmlatsliips. Two Slllllll schol- gnships welt- giwn to aid gratltiate students in their lieltl. and Nlllll stlumlatsliips were awarded to the two highest iiiult-tgratltngites within the house. ffs L . 418 o'g""o a + f s 8 SAX . 54 . '.'.". omfe'5-TOP row: Jon French treasurer' John Schelk0Pff pledge llgent , , h , . es, Bottom row: Donald Newcomb, rush chairmang Neil Wiley, Pl' Robert Becker, vice president wa Qmgersz Lawrente Ssnnello, executive member at largeg James Fraher treasurerg David Laufer, prestdentg Theodore Johnson, secretary-soeial chairmanf Harold Hayward, vice president The social season of Theta Kappa Phi includetl a pledge dance, l'Dantels Inferno." A huge black hat was pttt up otttside the chapter house, and the inside ol the house was decorated to represent the Inlerno. The pledges sponsored this dance, and they also provided the entertainment. On Dads Day the chapter members competed against their dads in the annual football game. lfollowing another Dads Day custom, the boys gave a serenade and took their dads along to sing with thein. The active chapter makes two awards annually. One award was presented to the outstanding ath- lete ol' the house, who was given a bronze shoe with his name on it. The active with the highest scholar- ship had his name engraved on a gold plaque which is kept in the chapter house. all ,ss Q5 IVR' tr A K ry Haro Tmrd raw G O, IPOs, Charles Foster, Paul Srraka, Frank. LUPM Arthur Cillaganl -llllliiciclnis Dorhralld K user Ronald Zachary Geoff? V5 S. : Hard Podlin, Thomas Lorenz, Charles Detvviler, Alffed paws ar h on James Fraher Joseph H S Bgipong iowz Thomas Vamer, Lawrence Sennelloy Harold Hayward, David Laufezr gxicdloage ljgolfgweghe Gerhard Egge ora cz Rana 1 ow: Bruce Knudsen, Kenneth Kozy, Charles Kovvzan, James Lame' ra TFP 'OWI Laszl S' 1 Theta Xi -L Omtfvs--YOP 'OW I-' 'C' CHU fl HV QNP' 'Nl nr-ix r'r' ' r ' Ulrxw ll1l4l t Eiovvom row - lvl Illl lllNl llllll l.l ,.. 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The xztec theme rs to be :ut tire tribe ol rpter house, village ol' at Time," lea- picnic the scholarship grade point holastic iui- . The chap- outstanding larship and ' r l.awrenC9 Mllle' charff, -lack Robert ert 5 35 Sharpf hard EddV' Ame , Richard Kfesse' om,,,,.1'gp row: Alwin Sorensen, recording secretaryg Robert Geiser, treasurer I . Bottom row: John Unison, correspondtng secretaryg Darrell Gieseking, presidentf Louis Laske, vtce prestdentg Bruce Anderson, commissar In the spring, all Triangle chapters participated in the National Basketball Tournament held at Northwestern. The Triangle Sweetheart, selected lrom among the Triangle Hancees of all the chap- ters, was crowned at the annual dance held after the hnal play-oil. The E. E. Bauer Award was presented to the outstanding graduating senior who had been most active on campus. The pledge with the highest grade point was recognized, also. Triangle and Sigma Phi Delta competed against each other throughout the year in basketball, foot- ball, bowling, softball and horseshoe throwing. The winner of these annual events claimed the traveling trophy. The traditional observance of Founders' Day included a dance and a banquet. Founders and :rlums were invited to the occasion and made speeches at the banquet. Triangle Ill l..r i N ill Xi uit-C lt :pu-ts 'bs-Q. 5- . . v .W 7-v Top row: Sta A V Y V I i A A V deursen, John Ames, William Schawlifh CSV' Gmben Hemi' ' nlev MU"Dl'lY Jerome Raskin Emil Tiian Robert Anderson, SGYYUOUV an imrnef. Dmmld B I - f 1 . ' G , Ko .eran Bono enson, Walter Okon, Herbert Riedemann , . Louis Laske, Alwtn Sorensen, John Unison, eorqr- rv- t . k , m row. Clarence Hurt' Aldrich Lipkal Roberl Geisler' Bruce Anderson, Darrell Grese m9 421 ,..-----n 'nw- r-'!'?"I pts . 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Lawrence, Lyle Sykora, Michael Coleman Ed ' F kg' Bottom row: Ronald Hess, Rolaert Dux, .Donald Stanfield, Ronald Mizer, Malcolm L::3d02anAlLfrli1JseLl?l Lane' ,Bogen Swsmd Not in Panel: David Lucas, William Oliver, LarrY Kroft, RaYmond Pitton, Victor Lukas V I Ona 'eng' TLLOWV' Bubula' Romld G' Zeta Psi Ylll lfilxl lulill l .il .Xclixc Lliznplvlx r--1 ? 6 S6 l'm' llic' lllLlL'Lll Xl'ill. f1'lQl IN: livlll 1 llllurlllx . .P Q " Qlfflf lzx Clclc-lmrziliuii Quill imilvml liiwniam, null:-ne in-I f -6 ' Ji .R 1 I 1- - I l , Ollcl l.llllllllS .inmln 4-xpvils, ln Illll out ul :ln 'K lm Gsrnuqiamf ,L 15' " Qfvl V: xx .ff . F MIK Q oi- an :ers T hmorl so councilp row LYLG Sykora vice presid nt John Lane supreme '. N0 , resl M row: A r . 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Jcwnh mu, 1-ce U' Stanley Wiechec, ence Belgrade, Drucker, William Switzer, David , Bruce Brammcr, nbert Bruce, David Er Harvey Geena, uglas Schwantni, aiQ, Secretary esidem : ES S To row: Thomas Wimlaerly, secretaryp Daniel Doyle, president, omcBz5ldpFinIayson, vice presidentp Edyvard Malecki, l. M. chairman gonqm row: Nunzio Casalinc, social chairman, Richard Dann, Treasurer lialmoral Club, formed in the fall of 'l957, was named alter a castle in Scotland by the founders who were of Scottish descent. In addition to two annual formals, one at Christ- mas time and one based on an international theme thc club holds record dances and at homes. The Irrst international dance, "Tanabata," featured a .lnpanese theme and was highlighted by oriental cntertaininent, favors, and programs, Guests at this rcarr's spring event included several cultural min- isters from the U.S.S.R. Weekly dinners with faculty members, ministers, and local civic leaders gave incoming members a drance to become informed on campus and come munity affairs. During the Elite Eight tournament games, Balmoral also hosted some twelve high school basketball coaches and state ofhcials at a dinner before the final game. 1 Balmoral Club I I ------if - h ID Id Roux' pear ,gmeiy-V Ky Ever fi: 312-:" V11 op mx:n53YKN0Wj'l4, William Ripley, Jerry Sinclair, Thomas Verth, Jack Keegan' Roger Behrens Ona D vu 1 r , n V- WU, Se 356' ENV Machado, Joh Mcla ghlin , A , R rh, Dani'l Owlef VTA55 A " ' J WN 4 'HN camlJ:1?J:li Ronald Epstein, Edward Mlalecki, Richard Dann, DOf1Bld Fmlayson' Neal Ball' l rs O E l fa a Bottom row: Rob ' . . H ser Kenneth Bernard, 1'-liClW5fl Rave" Cf "5 ert Fitch, Anthony Naumo, John Linden, James Loftus, Ora 65 I 425 ij' 'k , t .1 4 l Liv! rea 5 ll l l l4?'5'1'i . ' . 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Axllllllllgll uu-gnlx lnmlilmrilx gnu' luu wrxul llu'1c'. llu' lluwulvw 1 llll'lllNl'lXl'N 1:11-1:1111-ml guul wlwcl llll' Nlulllvlx ll.n ll.lIllllll'l. f-van-'VM -f - .. '- ff :IF 5 - Q I I A l l il I 1 2 , 2 : 1 H 5 U 'V " l Y "" ' f'f,' f ' S 'f,f ,fr f,hszlln.1a, Jan-.va Conrad, W'll"'m Muni' ,lt .Thg li- I ' ' rf, Jzlrn I.'f,:r4-, Norman F-l2'Cf'h mlm latina' Un . ,.- , L...-4 .:,,' . rl' Chnl Pall Haw, Hfwald l'C"'f"" Swan L ..-. ' 1 l 'H V-'1 Gardner, baud Slumllo- hu' mint., Y 425 Ap I 00114011 Borrow Vl lx .mul null wlllll ll llu .mix lvlli llllll tml X lul- llwl Klu- N lll !l.IIl l.lll ry, lo. Th, 'n. lo treasurer, Clark' Dresldcntg eek, the rcsi- presentation rd, a tropln nnnitted thc given lor tht- gl to the ont- lcetball, soli- Jllege Hallk n basketball. iiggest events 'esidents par- s. Although the members vlothers Day lc ,m Mossner, lac Im Locknerl Craig 'th er, Steven Sm' ' LarfY Mclwlzle' X fl, 1 A -1 ,J - . 0mn,,...Top row: Dean Culp, adviser, William Doyle, vice presidem gongm row: Gerald Goettsche, secretary, Wayne Timm, president, Phillip Field, treasurer Evans Scholars, a cooperative house, is owned and sponsored by the Western Goll Association, all men residing there are recipients ol VVGA scholar- ships. Une ol' the biggest social allairs ol' the year was the livans Scholars' national dance, held in Febru- ary at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Another big event, which was held in the spring, was the tra- ditional inter-class golf competition and picnic. A trophy and prizes were awarded to the winners. All graduating seniors received some kind ol a personal gift, such as a pen and pencil set, in addi- tion to a mock diploma signed by all members ol the house. .X traveling trophy went to the winner ol' the Rob- crt Curtis Brown Outstanding Freshman Award, named in honor of a charter member and house lather. f lil I j3,.,4 ' ' i w.,f+15A' 1 f :mp 414 l ll! le Evans Scholars .'ll" l .ist l.lr'r ll T hlllll' l lt.ulnlf'l-. , ' 4 V - ms Tl 1 fo J , i 4 .J-ef 'H I . A H, E' ,c 4 -.g gi . ,Qi A 4-, V, Q.. ,"- fi f A i V. r J ,', : ', kan, PJ lf 1 i ar . , .- lf l ng, I ' f i fx rf ' ' j' 1 ,48 i X ,f 1 rf Q -. ,4 , jg . Y 8, x fe w f -4 1 v F x 'Q , x ,532 ' dr 'A "' All . ., ' W5-' ull .. .4 ' l at I sg il A' I " , PLS ' " s -ln. - 71l'ln' F, gg T52 - - i s ., ,i Illlg 4 'g,Ll. r ' I if in 232 'BM ' Y. 91-1' 5' L W' ' x-ml. if 'lf .v Q. i 1' . aw, ..I R X. . . qw f I, l tr ' 1 ' l -1 'Iw l 'rt l W' H ' l ' l l' it 'l r- -we-'fwuff -1 i, rug W YF . ' jc , rm i T . . ' ! S' , Thomas Tirado Duane '.'.'Q's, Rose" 04 -s.'.:?', P'-:':: oP rom..Gerald Wolin, Laurence Slana, Walter Lenz, Michael Cleary, James FUtZskHerCg1rar es imon Fourth em' Walter Harrison, David Hanson, James Ellingeff Chafles Kochkhre as Ewald E F , K rhird row: J0l1n McEnroe, Edward Sarsha, Guy Marella, LSVOY Pelglson' ' Om Sheridan Alan Kaur, ANN' Gamaf RH U "wil: A Tf1:JvFIOx5fgCi-iiSekyra, Tony Quirini, Jason Morgan, Frank CIDVTBVTOI Smlon ' C W C I , ,A I I S C V' 9, Anthony Ca olas, Thomas Clark I I - l' G t h , l-'r'ilfififTt Cr'-ff JMU' 'T' T ' "' " econdslow: Robert Stanekl Edmuid Liss, Roger Bredek, Phillip Field, Wayne Timm, Gere ci oet sc e I I 1 1 H A M W q v Bottom ennsh, Friancis Bowers A - 1 5 f'di Dennis Miller, George :lf-2 Gif '- if 3 'J' row- Edwin Remmert, John HerlihY, John DeReu, William HaY'55f Ca' Ca' ' Chious 427 .-1 ,',.,. ..,. v,X,l,,L'Ax, X: 1 2-' .- "J H Xu I f x 1- .1 'ww-. ' "' --1 Nw" -f N ' ww.: .mf i '-. 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Father Martin, adviser: Robert Gibson, presiden Newman Hall Residence Club, which is unalhli- qncd with the other residence halls, has been in ex- istence under zi new constitution since 1956. .Xs in the past, at contest was held in the lull to liring in ideas lor a theme lor homecoming decora- tions. The Executive Council selected the best one, :ind zi cash award and trophy were presented to the winner. .-Xt Christmas a collection was taken from the incinbers ol the club. The money was used to en- tertain twenty orphans lrorn Rantoul. Movies were shown, and supper was provided. Several giits were given to each ol the children. Two semi-formal dances, one each semester, com- prised a major part of Newman's social calendar. The spring dance, "Night and Day," included a ilzince on Friday night and a picnic at Lake of the Woods on the following clay. Newman Hall N lg - . T . . . P d , George Lackey, Kenn2'h YR':T.cTfg A Tl,-lidmw' Jams? De Pauw' Henry Auchslenel' Robert Nlkolal' John Swansonh Agiillrlefrhdries Oilirnes Forrier, W,ll:ert P if ers . a f ' fl raw: Dayid Sturhahn, Thomas Knies, Richard Henry, Charles Heidgegddo 'Ronald Soatz, John Brernan F Second cGunnigal, Gerald Kray, William Eichholz, Philip Tigan, Josefph O Wlgiliam Sullivan, Thomas Metzger, Jenn DF.: :aging 3' Drsvwd Father Martini Donald Gurney, Rlchard Mamn' RObT3KT Emlelgljrll-larry Beach Paul KootnllKjeFl5ankliTl,vLEUlgZeei -iha:cV.'.':flf:' - ' 1 W Bottom I. Neville, Donald Nlusholt, Kenneth Millar, ,Donald deal nl'ROber, Genglier, Donald ' I y, row F th D ki R e so Father 3lRgLrkgJncan, George Henkel, John Cisari USS W' 4'-f Q. x W ' H V V I , I P4 ' i 1. 4x21 -1 u,.. gf ,. Y lop 'f' "' , . H x 1, ' Sf- 2- 'U w K v RAI' v' 'f.w- fkg..',,A, U, ' - .Uh qn ...V X ,H M.. g-k,,,r. BM V.. ..1 ., . b ' " "' V"!""" K" " -' " ' 1 f ,NIMH HV- ' 1 x N 'pw lwvwfyux V.-f X ,, 'lu O y I H rv ' ax v A Lx-2 1- S-L., AI h . S. mill, XXqxl fifth: XAXIXI IILIIPIKIN ZH! l.m XIIHHIX Ing V A 'nf l..,..,.- .,,- V I ' '- "a H f-1, fnvgka I :cw-l.1r-1 um-.nwcr My Nh- ,- ,uf-.I , . 1 Nu 1-aw I -e ? Jnm 's Cot.-, Slwrrlmn, liclmrd Kunz , president, rsidy, James +I , I Ch Ngok Chou, Robert Wilk, Edward Kie'a, Charles Schenk, John Kohn, ., .-1' up 'swglgcilegoiillzl Maigglis, Perry Camodeca, social chairman, Archie Hooscr, secretary, Allr-:rio . sum Gfeghio Manuel Ancizar, treasurer, Andrew Andrews songm row: l'loward Robbfns, John Klingner, Leslie Sclwlunz, Diana Clark, Ri Q in . Chard Hilton, David Blanclmrfl The Browery 1008 South Lincoln Pr lr.-.--r rw' I " rv-- T I jeff, Li,,ndrt,', ' l0P row: Julius Zschau, Robert Gronquist, Theodore James, Paul Gavons, '2fJl"5Q5lMZ?SUiO,,,SonV pre, ow' J "' - Sorond row: Ronald Rocke, Wayne Mara, Walter Gunther, secrelary-YVSBSU I 4 no chairrnan, Robert Cicigoi Nffqm vow. William Heffernan, Max Mitchell, Paul Clark, Homer Tice, WIll'6"1 Sm' 9' ln Panel: William James, Ronald Worstell, George TGHDOTT '2- 'T of U Nl In il x.1 rn adf' lf ' iff s Xl Q- ff' Z 15, Y rv? .". 'uf' , . 1. X S 1 .sl : fit W H N 2 .w'g'g l , K ,, mam? pf: .. 1' Ss is .L ' 1, 4' L Q. ..--W I..---3' ' e 4 A, . ' A' I, , , ,, , . " ' r, Rwdmrd Van X'x'ucld1-xx, Clmvlrf. M-IM, Ay-5, g,,,. 109 ,0- .. ' ' . ,,, RSM-rt F,-.Mm .lcrry Sv.'.1IM'v, Paul Frnuucwcowqh f'4Lhfd 1 . gmoml ' .. H.--J, lx'f!',' Sm.L-ly, Wxllmm Dx-vvv, Conv flfwhguvwir PM kg gy, , nouom : - .- , I , X wr H'Cm.x-. Scdnm-ll, Jon XN'ius!on, Chgvrlu Elmudl, Dug yn 3' ' " .. x L,-ry, Pnvf., Unsung-I Gmu-rrc.' -mmur, prcfvudulwlg Gary Halford, Lum-u X'.'Qr-T J. p... ..,, U 'a - g.g'v C V. L d i l IH WIN A 1 H-In rvri-, 4 , , Gall HlIVlWl7l,'I3 , . Cf'uC1gn!r1l1+ H L4- 1'.,. Hun 'liltj V1-.uv Cl' 1 . . A s rw F , .t .. H ,r-Ya -. 4 TL. x.,- ,.,s, Thur Rrfusmimv lfred Dullrndi 36VId Prev:-nl David Pnoni, oell, Willmni ion plua . X-R .M S' .. A. to mm Forms' Tellisl Karel Liem, Gary Tally, Mohammed Acktar, Jamil Khan, Lggn N,,,y,L,,,3 hfond raw: Dhano Vasyvanl, Hemant Satne, Peter King, Theodorus Ruys, Lawrence Brandi, Jolin Homin, Bottom row: Vieri Nardnni, Lawrence Leavitt, Alan Barry, A. K. Rahman O Cosmopolitan 605 East Daniel Exmoor flllf Uvcwl llllllula , ,i A. 1 . ' - f :OP 'Dwi Fred Bl5l10D, James Webb, Terry Marlow, Carl Dockendorf, Warren Richardson, Pn,llipJNvj'f"n fl. L, fi , shud row: Raymond Tomasko, Paul Anderson, Thomas Lowary, Themes Kf'Q55f!Ma"0 p?','f'5a"v 'aft' ' 3' 5 5:4004 row: Donald Goldberg, Joseph Palkovic, vice president, Mrs, Pierson, Ronerr Txalflfl-V l' " 'Wm vow: Robert Buser, Dennis DufTield, Robert Szumal, Paul Durr, James Baker, lan 5. A-- N44 i Q 'I v- r- pr. -'T ,Q :jx fs ' v Q--Q EM. x T'-4 s I , h , . . .., . . ' 'A ' u W IXUJO' . ' L wc ww Amvw Rfwcnn 1 rn- , f , , R ,,,'r'1-vvvm SMA HU -Nvrwimfnl Pmnck P.yy,ll, 14.9 C- Srfond fo. A "'1 P HF ,O h , yr "w C-'Gnu JOM' He-any wg- pypgwft-,,w Aqyr, lpn .n ,ff ur - Four Columns NVD l.lNl luflll Garmen 1 .. 1 , sjzlg-'O ' ' I 1.-fi 'u9ff,m.,f-r, Lum.-f, Tv..-durh-,, Jam.-'. Dodfiv. Oli' W "Q" - M, , , ' " v V' x,1f"-111-nv, Mu fmrrvv., Jlvvw-'. Svnwvh, 5'-fH""'Y"CM""" w.r nf....,,. H- . LI M t P w N N04 n ppql ' " " fr III Top Hu Sm Dol 'up Su, Hmm Nov hp ww: Way10 Blumer Wnllard Slcpel Edwm Walker Juv Supp u ,Ur ,md ,gwg Charles Blekelhwpl Jerry Hays Heston Wesson Dons MLW r Ronuv H C ln. Snood ,ow Donald McAfee Jerome Bradley Kenneth Esgwr L knom ,ow John Woods pledge chalrman Elmer Eckert vuce presndenv James ay presrd rw ' 1 H4 V L U NNN T09 WW: Charles Thomas Larry Fehrtnba her V cl r Pozz ww L L wn l n Jw s 1 L giwnd row Robert Gab lt secr tary Gary Wells presud n fl W U E05 'K ' Nliqm row Vlclor Ferranre Wullnam Petei H John D15 r l R l ol "l Panel ROY H l1 rnelh Becker Tl om.: H H 1 1n onucur ornls C --Lf... aff-f ' 'Q 44 -ali .. . Top row. r Srggnd row Bgllom row King' Kastle You vow 1h..d mf. 'If40"'d 'CH' 1 " -'JM' .vu Stoll, Uvgnfd Dgqhrinrj rnvmm .of .1 .N . , J. , U,,,,m.,,,,, y1,.,,,,,.,p, gmpugl pfugwdmtg Jam.-L Plocqur, vice prcsidunlg Robert Schlcun.n0 UHm ' i' ' Y lop 'OW Second ' Banom r Top yo Umd a hnond bollurr No! in 'N X Sf x ' '1 N.: ex in L V X- ' U21 l , i 'j 2 ,ff -,M lvl 1'--' 'Nl' hp row: William Ingram, Dwain Wright, Barry Hynd hcond raw: Harold Smith, Sherril Glover, Ronald Knake, Beniamin Vogel, social chairman rles Brown umm row: Gene Buhrmester, vice president, Orville Teske, president, Raymond Crum 5eC,e,,,y,,,eMU,e, rt SchleuninQ i . llll Lookout Manor The Mansion tlcl i'-'c wir V J ln' rr """K1fdWafd Kamik, Harvey Sherman, Glenn Mikyska, William Stephens, Gary Hough, William Heacock, John Bowl. S'f:i1l'-" I 1 mm rosofgi, Raymond Koloiay, Gerald Page A l E ald'P an 9V N6Sl1, George Zlnser, Thomas Pawlowski, Gerald Jack, George Knuth, William Kubitz, Robert Carlson, Gov. second rowlargneya Ronald Sawyer, Ronald Brevver, Richard Almquist, Michael Aliiefer, Ronald Knapp I L ' 4 HSM. avi Bachelor, John Maenpaa, Richard Maede, Richard Lay, president, Richard McKinldY, lf'205UU'f JU"-"fe Bw '5eC"9l3fY: George Balasky David Qchaefer James Clauson, social chairman k W 'M omnmllvl Walfne Woliefr Sfephen Gay, Neil lzeeley, Siilva Osorio, Thomas Burkhart, Norman Solwflfi lol" "H 'Ji ' 9015 Burnett N ' . el 'n Panel- John Anderson, Daniel Blake, Walter Gunn, Norman Ridell 7 '.',qri.,-. rm- 1 V "lil xi K Marklaqdi House Medea qlodge ' 1 .'. ' ' -. I s -A .1 -Q . .-L V . Q , X X , - V ,L at is I i l .i 1 1 'TD -of ff? i l l L Top row: George Willhite Jim Smith Ken B, n lf . ' . , J h PA ,- Bottom row: Cal Siffferd, Steve Lucas, Gary BrcingiieiriinLleonOKllO,.fQSM 'iw 1, nresiclr,-ni Executive Council, MRHA Barton Heights, M.R.H. 1215 South Fourtlt L? ww: Joseph Wang, David Rewerts, Don Mueller, Glenn Jevert, Roger DeVries, James Whitmore, Sam Narkinsk, R 5 'Wd lbw: Jonathan Kaplan, Lynn Gray, Ron Fritsch, president, David Yates, social chairman: DEAUCH 5"l"l'f "'-'M' " "' is Nlazur, l.'VL-sim no Wilke, secretary Y ornscitlt, Rohr" Nliiim 'UWC James Brown, David Marshall, Frank Fusco, Joseph Chen, Ronald PODDSV 5f6'Dh9n E'WQl3UE1r GE'-'ld U"b"' ' "' RPMI: Robert Scott, Hiroshi Nakano, John Thompson, John Brown, John Rosko, Olav Elias, Marshall Lcswivirur ohn LaCost, En XM' John Rohan, Gerald Wilklovv, Floyd Roush, David Arnold, Jordan Danforth, Donald Englishman, Jan ir.-' LG Dafwegmi GGOVQS T6mDa, Donald Frederick, Jack Hanse. William Feuquay, Joseph Oyama, R0b0'l Gddokf' 'V lm' nes Haas' Sow, Ngnald Bilyeu, Walter Qlese,-,I William Rezekl Abbey Silverstone, John Counts, Richard McDade, Thom s an ,i . meth, Peter Gilster, William Liissie, Lawrence Agnew, Patrick Bird, Allan Harvey, Donald TONY " .4 le If j c.-1? Barton Place, M.R.H Clark Il, M.R.H. BP' fm fl, rf, 17 hp ww. Waller Mair, Marvin Wahl, James Hudson, John Mnrawskgy G,,O,q,, WW, ,I ,, V, I D . , 1 r.. --f f- , , V, ,,', Y Hon"""" "i Allen, Curr Magnets M V R h R h , Second row: John C0 IHS, ,dflln 0' , 0 erl Wade, Dave Schulz, prgmf. ,V W, 1 ,'. np Y Jacob, GM.. kngm row: Larry Rule, David Lee, Manuel Xamhakisr Dawd Leong! PMN, hgmjlmvirrpuhw r lad' i - . ., xlism l Mol in pmol: Joel Swartz, 5ec"3l'3'Y ' i l ' ' lu' l"' r 1 mir-r , ,f Elias, U S Clark Ill 8. IV, M.R.H l2l.5 Suulli lfnuilli Flaqg House, l2l5 Snulli liflllllll 1 '09 'UW LGSYQI Jensen, Thomas Peterson, Ronald Ralph, John Srencel, Roy Lilly, Allan Fnglu'-r i i 'Md b"'9f HWYY Simmons, Reginald Yeatman, Jere Murphy, Robert Marks, Donn cl Corrie, Tir. rr . X, ' POW: Donald Gehle, Richard Holmgren, Richard Wallace, Robert Renter, W llirim G.s'r,hn U'-r r . ' l Colbumr Clyde Ffeeman, Slanley Weiss, Ralph Bunlrnq, Robert Richerl, Ar'lwi Gr f-r' 'L' -'-'-i'- " H" ' mf 'A Harvey Whitheld b 'Cond row: Robert Douglas, Charles Russell, Michael Norman, Thomas Morle-.' scl'c".is'r .l i"' ,p,,,,n hHomPallne, treasurer: Anfon Francis, Samuel Goldberg, secre'ary, Wrllam Harriscn Hi-'-121 - ' NEW: -l059lJlW Salv-BIO, Larry Zimmerman, Gerald Orr, Fred Rosenbaum, M rr 'l Eisw ' N V2 ' r N0"0n Slerneck, James Partyka M.R.H. J ?Ef""? 'T '53 A Forbes I, M.R.H. Forbes Il Eqst, M.R.H 3, Gahrii-1 lin... if "'."t V , hp ww: galvarore Prainito, John Werner, Georqe Mishos, Frank Morrell, Petty Ti,,l rZ,,., r, , , guyen, Byron Beck, Tassoss Nassos, Allen Lewis, Joseph Borqra, Allen Gn-i-nhiin, llzriiiw' ia, ix, Dre-sid:-ni 95,4 ww: Thomas Mosillo, Earl Paddor, Michael McGraw, Allan Lamos, Jerry gttilaiiiif Ct-,, H 4. , , gwgkctt, David Stacey, Arnold Brodsky, Irwin Rosen, Theobald Kaoth, Nnknla- Palmnii it i.,,i Snead ww: grscph Gifdgriahgelgichard Jones, Raymond Niccolai, Robert Bro.-.nanii lJ'iri'i.ti' Vance evens, V E know, ,awp Edward ZimbroH, Allan Olson, Edward Kaiura, Robert Covelli, Willard Jcnliiiznii flu.. Robert Tobinski, Guy Castino l2lq'i5nii1li lfitllllll l!l.'iSnu1li lsllllllll ll-'FP row: Harvey Borisof, Gerard Murphy, James Salley, Sheldon Kramer, V..iti-r,'.k.'1t,'i+i' i .1 , 5"0l5, David Gale, Terry Costello, William Schallhammer, Larry Feorir, illilns, ri v -i tz, JON" 5'li"' lltird rlowz Richard Gralak, Richard Terletl, Ralnh Kammermeier, Stanlxewi HW' J""l"! -cdeinann, Dave Isaacson, Wayne Aolt, Thomas Kilcoyne, Berti arss i Ll-'ir nd Blllllwllxl X" Second row: Daniel Ridenour, social chairman, William Turner, scholastic cha 'fvufnr lui'-V, Y I KW! Ledebuhr, vice president, Robert Stephens, treasurer: NOVIWW Gfih' "V N wdlcy, V' 9'f0mVmV: ThHomas McDaniel, Richard McMillan, Paul Hermes, ROUCV C'0"'lE l X N U i iam arris N Y . f Jcslw NO' In panel: John O'DonnelI, Mike Magida, Richard Sohn, ROQUV l'l0l"" Ralllll L01 Rl "il itll k lm Md Smlllt, William Cage, Ernest Dimonte, Dennis Wagner Stuart Go'c1s c Miller i ' K ,g . H., C u ' I A Lf", Forbes III West, M.R.H Forbes IV East, M.R.H. hrocrlr-r, r,..r,, , 199 row: Edward Ripper, John Sebesta, Aaron Gran, John Deal, U.,v.,1 H,,,,,,,,g J ,, ,U ,, I V M 1 lnendall, Rrchard Olhava, Kenneth Rodeclc, Eucyene Horan, D.-nnrg HV.-.rr J I' A J ' ' ' ' lhird row: Gerald Roclce, Ronald Fox, Thomas Dow, Leonarrl Gorrlon, Vlfarrr-rr ll.-rar ' t, - Malrnllr, H,,'l,. 1 Loraine Parker, lheodore Nelson, Bradley Martrn, G.-Om.. p,,,,,,,,,,, pa W, VH, HMMY' ph' Second row: George Waldo, John K-inq, treasurerp Stanley Short, Clr.nl,.3 U.,,,,l, M' L Y tary: John Rremer, socral tcharrmang Raymond Powell, srlrolagtrr fl,,,,,,.,,,,, Bottom row: Allen Edwards, Emll Isaacson, James Carmrclrar,-I, John Brll.nr,'l.f, , lllfm Sltlllll l'lrtllllll I, Ho IQIB Snullt l'l4tlllllI lop ION! Thomas Hein, John Kurinsky, Charalambous Anaqmostopoolos um' pol J'-P' J l' lf- ' BW ltgvr, Donald Irving, Marvin Citro, Paul Jensen, Ira Frank Y W W Nmqm 'owl Roger Bredeln, Hllding Carlson, Thomas Jones, Allan Janclera, Gu H ll"-s idmul llrI"'-' Ill panel: Robert Barrett, Roger Robinson, Jack Spring, Frank Verera flaunt VJH' glassey, James Hutchins, David Ager, George Hill, Grllnert Janclera GM, 5'-' Ohm' G5lW95l6, James Wolfe, Harold Chenault, Charles Lee 'bil IR Garner ll East, M.R.H. x I ' Garner Il West, M.R.H x I 4 lonnon, P,,-,.-,,- lap row: Paul Mabus, Jolrn Dufl, Carroll Errlwhorn, Allun S.-Munson, Rolnrrv F.-nmn. L1 lv, :A ,I I l L, ,V . .mlm Gr.,,,l,,.,, Coleman, Arthur Bug-lby, Frank Chen, Kwan-Sho: Chen, Ethan Blackalvy, V.'.rrr:-n ',l,g ,, r, lhird row: Jack Jasln, Wnlliarn Hosford, Waynf: Stump, Donald Wrlson, Fluyrl Hun--, ll f ,lr lv , 'nch.n.i yd.-.,., Clnylon Halerlmarnp, Roy Swenson, VVlllrarn Robb, Donald Frslwr, Davld Ya.-f,.rA 52, 5 ,,. , Second row: Kenneth Janrh, Boren Haynes, yn: prcsrdenl, Waller lhornpgon, u..,,- ,,,., p . ,, ,, ggglal clmrrrnan, Ruler l-lernr-wgway, John Lalvrmorc, Jerome Carroll, Eqon pf,,l,, ,,.',., r,,,,, , L . gamma row: Ernlu Hawley, Ronald Jensen, Jose Barragan, James Srursman, grwu Node' HMOU ld, ,I Q Donald Marszalek, Gene Cutlone No! ln pmol: Gcerge Kerr, Ernest Millon Garner lll East, M.R.H. l!l.'nSnull1lfnmllu Garner lll West, M.R.H l2l.r5nn1lul'n1nll1 l0P ww: Sldnuy Sachs, Dale Drolel, Ramon Echenlqoe, Phrlrp Greenberg, Conf.: l-1'-fnlw: v . , Carl Bell, Wrllranx Bfece Paul VVoOd Ronald Zung, Marlln lgnazlro Archcl Kl'X"' llurd row: Ken Vcndrak, Marlrn Chasen, Wllllarn Brldgeland, Ronald Relch Pr' Fw'-' lkl- R1 i 'WNW Hanson, Thomas Nahnsen, Charles Hendrrx, Robert Power, Darryl Prrok, LU- Jr-naar' , 'rr A E'ul"S " Suomi 'CWI Daniel Rolzerfa, Leon Knowles, Darwin Abby, Thomas Dzrubala, sonal :ln rn-.rv J 'v' f hx,-, NUUW-111v1, secrerarymreasurer, Michael Geller, Wllllanr Masvcrson, Carl Gal lerl lun- l 50710111 row: Alan Knonf Alan Schenk Charles Oberle, Wa ne Bonglannr, Wllllarn Jolnsen JJ' "-' IW 1 p,,,.', , . l l f 5 , , M NO' Ill panel: Robert Adams, Harold Baker, John Berqlond, Wallace Chrlsvenhol: J.x.k Carver -- Y YY Lhua lx Grvenl-wood, Roger Grlssom, Robert Kavicuc, Ronald Kleln, Dennls Konleu C'un'u': J' 1 mlm Walker. K'YOSl1i Wakumofo, John Weld, Leo Wysocki fall l l llll o. x'Nf"N 'Wh In Garner IV East, M.R.H. N I . Garner IV West, M.R.H K " Ny ?alph lnIL..,.. In row: Davrd McGnuqhr:y, GL-orqe Van lrfar, J.mu,-q Dy..-nrrl, 1.,, I,-,.,p,,r L. , V, ., 1 I john Schlnfcr, larry Howard, Charlrrs Dawson, Mrflra.-l r',', L,,, ,g l , J ' ' " ' - cr! Mnrlr..-,r, Snead row: Harold Jones, Roh-,-rr Wrlson, anrml gh,,,,,,,,,,: 3,',,,,,Y, T' My N mn Q,,..,,,,, Img, Kc-n Vcllcn, John Polluckv, srholasrrr dm.y,yr,y,, Zoberl l'lnl,,,, lovfom row: Maurrce Bau, Albefl BHUQBJUPO, Carl Fausey, Clarence Perry, rh,.,,, :,, v 7 cl fm-I-,v,,,, lil Gurllr-nr,,, mr,-s Mr! r,.,..Y H Floyrl lr rr-r inlxmlu l'.lw Blum JJ""' char-l Lvl-l ll' I Hopkiyrr l, M.R.H. Hopkin ll East, M.R.H. Top row: Marshall-Ander, George Frey, John Norley, Robert Leo r'.MI'g'w N rr r . Mlllls, Phullup Sipiora, James Riddle, Albert Wendi, Rrclmrd Vlgen. lhlfd row: Fredernck Best, Patrick Lands, Neal Senvr, Vvrllram Gm-Pl Jaws: ll w 5chdU"'l3'U'9 Stanle Ashmore Walur Olasrk Gerald Nylnaw R1,w'vm P , Y sl . I I U r VH , SNWN! ww: Garrett Mehok, Paul Lee, scholarship chairman, Fred Wrffhmns as . rr Wu, secretary-treasurer, Raymond Anus, Jordan Marzano . Bollvm row: James Stewarl, Aclolphus Dabney, Stephen Krashen, Prefer KAR' rs. w ' 5 . Z Tx 1 Nw: Dallas Navoll, Frank Blcrsach, Timm Smith, Rirharrl Zrlffrrr-llr' Rr,f,,,f y J ,.,, ,. ,. , ,Q V Ulllllr Vin" W Ballina, Don Schneider, John Bergman, Arnold Hollrnan, Hr,-rnrird S.-rrorrwfb VJ..-rr-, i 'Md ww: LUN Chapman, William Chambers, Loc Frcrfcllunrl, Earl Salsman, ',' Hr' , , 'l ll"""'- li Bmw Qgy Anderson, Joseph Sosnowski, Josr-ph Wclo.-.'i,wr1, Rid-,Vg HM, .. V .. f Ronald ll.vl su 4 yowglcary Kcrrncr, Victor Sc-mpsrotc, social chairman, Donald V4-rim-rrrrirrrrl, r4fr'.f , Iltll' wr l r th KJ ri Dir l F' 1 i on Alan Schroeder, Roqcr Voslor, secretary-r casnircr, Kewnrf fr r, hmm row: Allen Kclson, Richard Lane, Donald Wolverton, Drgr.-.hurl Sd J'l'lM"'3"' l""" Thomas Walters I Marxin lit '5' gy, B ran- xi.- Goldsrr-rn X . -..vlnsnl rr,'l .-r ,rr .H Hopkins lllVllest, M.R.H. Hopkins IV East, M.R. K - I ll r Srzlllll lwrllllll Weaver, Carl Sand, Marcus Marlin, Keith Wilson, Jerome Banc-ss, Jc- l0P VON: Frank Slrold, Robert Tracy, Francis Cardulla, Richard 510099 Uiwfl l""" Cl" rr',' LH " . ' ' lhtrd row: Kenneth Smith Denis Bo d James DeCoclcer James Kncllniir-ill-r K " X' ' 1' r Y r f Williams, John Shotton, Carson Brown, Joseph Stoflel, John Mnlmr, Second row: David Lucas, Raymond Walsh, Charles Walters, Ronald Allfftsll aollofn VOW1 Robert Konzmann, Gary Nluzzy, Ronald Taisch, Keith JGlH1SO'l Dallas Kittlc, William Krueger, Thomas Longwall, Harold Mancig , No' 'N Panel: Stuart Arkin, Joseph Bierman, Frank Btersach, Charlas C.ss!L"rDR3'-,V Gfr : l .t.i.1 .rr ' ,s .t r,',f, -c NYGVCW, treasurer, James Parochctti, Caryl Thorn, scholastic clw.1rrrviArv'ULi"L'r , ,.,, -r i H 56 hx hi is .xlx Hopkins lywest, M.R.H Lundgren Towers lx' lv-1.z:F: ' ' v'5'fr w ,,,Qra . Doyle Tabor!! 4iII, John Punlal, ard Cutler, Rirlrmg ntg Charles Url ,,,y. Baim secrclarY"'C"5' ll 1 AM Uma FLW, v 'OP IOW: Michael Seef William Cherwin Ronald Pearson, Thomas Clifford, Lafrv i'-iw! J , . ., W , , w, fail Xu . ,rg . N X l F R ,H th Kramer Larry Cedarquisl Lcnard Gerwci Robui Mmm John El I I S Y Y 1 T ' 1 . -, lml.rz!ir rl' uv -i 1 . nl wgKcnne . I 1 r , wi. C . r In 'Z ww, Donald Hglqom, Larry Guentherman, Clyde Faavz, Tow harunos, lr--.mfrrw Fu-ri.-ri L H pf, 17, - :gsm ww: rhomag Jameson, Ronald Houchin, John Karolos, Frank Ivlyers, Norrmfi H, -..-1, li ,wi I Q, sr, . ' N' in panel- George Dixon, vice presidcntg Harry Bcaman, social chairman, Roh,-rr Crqblfw, l 1. fi Luv X , . Lundgren Lower, M.R.H Noble B 81 I, M.R.H. l"I'w South l-ouilli 3 , Second row: Robert Fahlbeck, William Balrnes, David Solan, JBYTTES Sh-3Pl'Of,WFTdgA'flln:1V,l-3.3 t ll! 50N0m row: Eugene Horne, Richard Petrowich, James HaYd9"f Lee Vandelw S' " A U -gs ix I X, . c...f'1O5C" 3 .. .. 4 Noble ll, M.R.H. 3 xwg ,f Noble Ill, M.R.H. N ' I .!':: 31 A 1 -9 . 5x BOL-nm l- t ls l 'lvl ' .tt hp Nw, Jogqph Gtlkison, Roqer Harrison, Rtchard Chl-1, G,Y.,,,l,f K,qft,,.,, Cl ,,',.. .. M A ., third row: Avery Gordon, EUCIOYWO Thomas, Thomas Kee-ne, John Rtytlb, J,,.,,.,,t, g,,, , U ' "1""' V ' ' Second row: Mtcltael Adler, scholarshep chmrtnnn, Gale Grow, Kumi r,'t't,'t.-1, ra, - .,,, , Kovmcyl 51-crctary, Davtd Lynch, treasurer lottom row: Robert Pokorny, Stephen Lucas, Artlntr Lastn, Gt-mlfl N ttvttql J, -,.. It I ,,,, lhwttl lu ,t Nqr in panel: Rtclmrd Battles, Joseph Choppi, Joseph Connolly, John Cmnt ,lfvl y , , , lo t-1-lwy, t Ltpgort, Davtd MCGnnn, Stuart Neumann, Edward O'Br.yd0,tgh, Pfmhi ll P, iff Noble Penthouse Van Doren B 8. I, M.R.H 1215 Suullt l-'nut llt t,., 1Hmn lt lop ' 'owl Tllllll-Nl Owens, James Slifer, Alan Skora, Paul Rubenstetn, Mtchaul bln-f H t Ptrrcu James Herntetet, Ketth Robtnson R tv I ' ' lltrrd royw: Donald Fredley, Larry Zabel, Robert James, John Sentnmn, John brute'- SK dhlvntevcr, Samuel Gotcher, Edwin Green, Keith Swenson, Ed.-.ard Voaull MW' on 'row: John Rutter, Euqene Young, Wtlllant Ure, soctal chatnmtn: Rmfffl ""' " K Bon V-wterbaclw, scholasttc chanrntang John Pune, vtce pr-estdcnl A' Om row: Robert Gremp, Joseph Wang, John Srroehlem, John Howl, LU-3 5 ' a 1,4 Q , V-Q 3 Y Q xx!! .as Yap' D H f- aw. hm pt-ul W n' N91 VBH Doren ll, .x.,:'Hl-111133: -if V,.1mny.l..ru Tk. 'J v.,. IM gtg ,.,,,, fn I " ng., I , , f-X W3 4-s H "Mgr .V,.,, ,-in, ,4 1,9 mu: Robert Muller, Slanlcy While, Theodore Lanqlr-'I Rlglvmfg rg,,,, , N, V' H V V larry Reynolds I ' l'tlW,,,,i H 5,4904 row: Kenneth Chruslran, Samuel Beazly, socml rlmlrrvmn, N,'Jl1l,.,,n F ,,,,,,, .l l Walrnsley, Donald Smulh, lrcasurcrg Donald Nnclmln f,,,,,,f,,, IFN lqmnn row: Bernard Wndcroc, Melton Haelner, Donald Faddfgn Q.,-gr.-sm, u. jr- P,.,.. f,, Nc! in pmol: Donald Bader, Francus Bowen, John Reynolds, Dongld Lamb, pil lwnmn, Nm. eormrd ll +V rc.lSurcl l" 4,5 907 Club flllf Stllllll 5lXlll Park Lane Lodge 79p row: Edward Gieszelmann, Harold Alford, Myron Baker, D.ynl '.' rxlf l L Mill row: Anrhony Devon, John Welch, Dayrd Mavlcck Rohm' liwu J lv FOQIHIN row: Floyd Vlasak, lrvune Huck, Robert Clow, Rohr-rv Xomxrvm- :bud WWI -lOlH1 Svolwl, Russell Engelnwan, Rrclmrd Burton, Dellwdl VK: B0C0nd row: Leon Anderson, social chairnmng Davrd Coleman Wrllr.nn Gs J 'mom 'oWf l0SCDl1 Greene Edwun Ludlke yrce presldenlf Burlldwl N'v"U"' N No' in Plnelr Rlchard Dickson Gregory Ozog qv. . ? i 6 l rr r- DQ S fx x 1' I lf' ,,f. ,4 x lv-,.. 1- Roojah -Lxflw ' I Safvf .1 I 0 h.- . r, , 'S .ba PQ tv! 91 DI me -45, , :.v- l fo, ww: Paul Lanqcr, Kenneth Eikc, Samuel Coe, Jamus M'dr:ll, Edvmrd tif,-rn, Rmb.-rt N ,..w -F l Mgnprisio, James Mason, Dead Wade l third row: Dale Walstcn, Alan Wulson, John Lcman, Lee Slum, Donald D.tlt!nrrf,m Dfw-r M ,r 1. Q Harvey Kulin, Evan Ll0YCl I E , wand row: Harold Clartda, Gerald Kadow, Paul Nrcholns, Rtclmrd Goldrntm, Rott.-r Sl ,t ll rt L' r.-fr 7.-.. Q hnom ygwg Kenneth Hill, Anton Carollo, John Crabtree, Gary Wcst, Jarm-z Sltarrhlm ',','.,,rt.- brag .-, L .. r 1 t .4 9 A I l t Shawnee Son's Home l lltl Xllwl Clztlilulttia , t, , ... er lop row: John Rathe, Lyle Gerdes, Clarence Davis, Llovd Lelm, Noble Hinrrclgs, Eilbiyftshgl-Rely" "l l' coasocial clwairrrmu Second row: Oscar Wright, Donald Harris, Donald SlI'tQlel5lVYr lf0""'9ll',W"9ll' O' Cqdw ,,l,,.-,,,1,trt Bottom row: Neal Wright, Theodore Moeller, Robert Huston, vtce Df'25'dC'l'F M"'V"' " ' A b-tiger, treasurer, Lindell Forlow, social chairman Not an panel: Kenneth Luttrell, David Harvey ,lt , P.. Irv' t H Q K . V t 'rr- I "4 lllil 1 1 Toanco 'XX' 'llwwxz Twin Estates "kx."1,,w,yy,, 1 sp '57 "3 rliii' lil uw: John Bnsye, John MaYh0f'Y. Joswh M'll"'. rlfusldvnf, Ervc Pfpclwl U, 4, ,, ,Q ., ,. hand ,ogg Rgyrnond Schmidt, Judson Pavlugr, Wayne Grmm, vrfglnaurm, H,mm'fi QM, ' ,V ', 5. mu- James rlayward vice prcsndcnv- Rlclmrd Hutchison un... , . f , Rrflmvd Jmvwngqnl LII,-,. I-. Nd in pmol: lynn Arnold, John Hawley, Earl Neumann, Jmnes Wooldndqgv G.-y,y'fj 5 ,, ,. Wesmen lfllll XXX-Nl Slmlglmlll . . v PM . .1" . L E. . dromng voices . , , nggklx mccrmgs . Unfhed shoulders . . , droqpmg cxclnlg 4 f ' 1 v f 1' xii A ffgkx' f. . SCI- I ' ff . f 1 f fl, W x L XL X. rp 3 51 Ma I age SENIORS SENIO SENIO 1 SENIO SENIO SENl0 SENIO 8, 11 7? , L r 'V m if , 5 52, M99 .asm Jcssm-I v Q 5 ,ff mv 5 I , , , x ,, I i . , wi Q- '7- , I -4 ,, I. A' I if i W.. 4.,,.,' I ,Nw I , fl 'iv - 5 'T' - ' X. 1 Q I 'ff Q.f"2-.V . rf 1 I ' I X 1' . lk Y Yun ,A , FI Tr' E ' ' lr., - t"?g"" E . , , d""' ' I c I' K7 ' 6 I ev Va 5 . . I A , hu be 3 ,, I , 4 , 9 1 . 355 I . , L , ,by X Z A -, , 3 I , '1 I -5" 11 , , Q . I , . .." , S -A C I 5 Er'c1w'vc-Ing' GARNER HA - 'EH o'ml'lN.GEhEg, L QS" .-1 ASCE. ll' S'9""'ln.,Ch AH HIROSHIU 1 :I E.I:s.L.':r of Archncnuc: A,LAg Hgmm CM-sl My H AI 'C 52 THEIR XAPPA PHI: ion E' E I AIQERNAIHIE DOROIHY IYERS. . Q I-ERAMS JACOUELINE LYNDAIL p'-':I':1 Cv""L 71 :I 'J , Q!1A'.'I'AlGNI BS. In .'.'lC-:IC Ed,,g,,g,M,. Lv .I-':'. cf C.u1f!cv1w:.x .ar log Ang,-pc, CPC-'-GC' EFS. lv Elm-mr-uvar' f . 3 nah.. U'--M 'I rt-.,,,, 11 Axmq ,un " Tj Ycmq Dcmozuu Club: Spfing f,l,U,gu1 X-el . L .-, - , RMAN OWEN Hogan VEQQH- E-5. ll '-'l.svkL-mm, PHI GAHJQ,-, gnu U "OE N i, . 1, ,. ', gx-,Vu 1 Irfl-f of mm. Q. .4-V vm14f"- I --If I , 1 5 3 .1 Y'-A-I"".v1 YM:-1-, Sv.m:n1:n9 Sqvgdl G:1wg,lNtl.r":f5 , RCTC f.'.nrkchng cm, ' ADAMS CECIIIA JACQUEIINE . . CHICAGO, IA S, :n I.,A,S: ALIEN HAH: 19,93 Ly,lw,U' ADAMS RICHARD CHARLES , Llf?fF3TYl.'lLLf, HS, an L'-.umqpvnqnlg SQ-Ccnd QeoA,,Kt,.F but i 'Jw-. -'f - Q Cz S, I-'-, lu Tlw -'xdvancruwwl OI .'.'Ian.xgqm,-mb Q, nun N W-ru Q A ADAMS, RICHARD IEE . . . . f-il-ISIC 55. .11 Jounnluamg DELTA I'HIg PIN Kpgym Pg, .nw 'J A 5 I ,q fl. i'.w 5 ':'v'.v UI-22.1 S wma RIHOJ 51471110 Dclm Ch.: fgcgmfg "atm 1. , - 1 .1 F':' I-wgl Ehud 3. J' Second Rcqxmcmgl 54,-.3 52' I lint A-:gg .s'.,f- V1'--,Ii--rm' 33 X'-'VCU gf, 3, -Ifg Honor! Day QI, 2- Q.. U,,'YN' g 1 Sfl'C-l.NY1Ix'O Plvy :Il ADEIMAN, GARY MICHAEL . , . . CHICAGO: IIA, -rx Fm.xnc1': IAU UISILON YNI ADLER. ROBERT RAYMOND . . AGOOS, SIEWART MARVIN . I , , , UARSEILIES, B.S. H1 A':ronnulIc.al Engmqfvmgg IAQ, CHICAGO, BS an Advvgvhsmqg FORBES uoust. ws.-I.. Q I C U v v I lv N.:-.ly Vw! lah.-lx'.vo'x QI IIN: Ulwucuuly QI llimgq v - V I I.u AGRESS, JOYCE f-TU'-ii' BS -In Spnrl,-!.1re.1I IYJIHIIIQ, DILIA GAMMA, M-rm Ufewgwllq AHNER4 DAVID JOHN , , , CHICAGO, HSA In f.'.qcImnuc.nI Enqmrf-rmgg Swgma IW. F. 'g. 7 ':"'.y 9.5 I A I-1-I I H-.v Cc-Umm! PM Hcmiz- Pu-gud:-111 IQ, 33, Mr-n's Gln 0,5 'fl fl' I'n"z PMI C"'H1'l'lf'I' Q, 3, A,S.f.'I.fg Honors Day IYI AHFIENKICI, LINDA PAYE . All-4ENSg BS, nu 'Im If-.1CIunQ QI fnqlufx, fig-MI1 Clvb, R071 FA, If fl, lllml--I-. Sigh- Nqgrmql Unnvfglgnif I AHHENKIEI, RICHARD KEITH ,... ATHENS, IIS. un Euwgynnfwriruqj I"Imyw:lg Ilu B170 9-I PM Iv I1'I"'-1, F- I CIHE . A I I E 4I.FZ,E,g Ph-,Ia-cz Soon!-,fg Syniong H0600 D01 II. 1- lv 11,1 .1-'r '. fl Ililvw 1 ScI10I.v5Iug1 Plz,-y Annu PAYRICIA ANN . , I-Twig Pnmz, ns un Physical Educnliong Dill! IIN. 91" I' NUI l"f' Alxl'-.1 Clwon, Algyhn Swnm Nu, pllrxldf,-n! I-Ilg Vl,A,A. 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W ,I , . ppqctlllfi , ,, 'J' -, 1 uf' eau, ,. lf-1511 , ,t 1-Af: " I ull ,fl 4 BS m Al www? 566 r""' "ff '7.. Hcvv: Pu-udqni I I. AIIEN- ROE MISS. KH ALLISON. C uusord. I ALINOII- 5 MUG. PA' AWNOSO4 ARCIIAR. nenllson ANDIRSOI ANOIIISOI ANDIIS. l ANGIIUS I-NGN, I ANIONII AOINDS, HINDS. UINISI umm: IUKIHQ4 'Mono Aihglc Hum Hugo, HUA 'WMM '-'vm Sigrm: IM: ,P Hawaii Club P' ' CL A Foqlyb ,Z 4 ODS cation: ALPHA I. Musical I2I MHA MA DELTA: Spun dll Varsity 5l,,,,,,,'i': Jad: Dolphins II 2' Q' All: l-0Yola Urtivqri , :cond Regimum I i I 4 EI' gemenll Uftlvcrsity ,I ,Phi Kwon Phi: rm -hli Football Mfirft . tal Biind II, II , ,Y llr 2: Ufttvvgfgt l I BILON PHI gincering: l,A,5, BES HOUSE: i'll.vlLe' sity of Illinois AMA: Miami Uni-vert g: Sigma Tau: Pi Ii Men's Glcc Club ,I h: French Club: l'IO"?'l :., 3: Tau Beta Pi: PIII - lonors Day ll. 1 4 DELTA ZETA: 5l'0"f' W.A.A. Board lf, 4 : American Rccrcalivtl Ilub: Honors Dat' ll' J nics: ALLEN HALL. F" ngineering: GRANAUE LY l3Ii Thornton JU' -' Administration: Allilli Y for thc Advt"ff"f 'sity Engineering? GRAlLl3i,,'l lll' Football MSN.. i t. Pat's Ball Comm, icil IAI: Stud0"' Si" ALPHA I S., zsm mu. Week Comnnttcc L- ker UnivefS"V -a n: ALLEN -HALL: N-'l" Y of lllinoIS I QI thematics: ,RO5E2'if.q., sitY of IlIInoIS -t ' s . 5ig"'f' I'i?'lnE.i TILE!! ft- L' ' SIGV-I Jcatiort: DELL? 5wclef" Counrll ll' ' gwi S., LINQOLN . Dena Sigma tort: University UV.: ,Mm rnuiruu ..... tucson, ARIZONA. B5 ., Mlm' Nwk, President l2I: Sigma Iota Epsilon, tf,g,,,.'gg ':li,a".'f"Af"i'.' s s A 1 Salud IQ, J, -il, Lullcf I2, fl, -II: Freslirnari Varsity pw., xi.. I i L," Vi ' i Ig, 41: Phi Chi Era l3, -in Honors Us-, I2, 3, "' L "' A" H JAMES ..,.. CHICAGO: BS. I E OI ,M 3, 0 um' llunillveli Pot' N0- 202: Navy Pict' Eztcrgionc cliDHIlwiLJitiiJ,ii ii Cali' uma' CHARLES WILLIAM ..... LOCKPORT: 8.5. in gC0,,,,,,,,. . , I m ,. , QYD JON ..... ALVIN: ILA. in L.A,S,5 Acfqclff I JV.. ,N f-.y , Llllfou, Lliaauble: University Theatre Crew Il, 2, .LII 'fouwj C,:,,,1:i,l,lCl'zh XJ' F" " nm, uzANNE ...,. ROCK ISLAND: 8.5. in EI., -, I. - zfI.,f.i., . , . , B ' S gen, Pi: Illini Union Committee I2I: FreshrrIL'i1rL'Jl-xy, CC,,,l,,l.:if,,iI.. JEAN in ' State University of Iowa " ' "2 I ui snwano ..... Persrzsauizc, as in Ac I. , , E ,I-, A .,, una' 'A Commerce Council Ifll: Accountancy Club: Hohcoiiil ISi,y.3,L i HU' i 5 ' ' ' ' ON, ciwues Anmun ..... CHICAGO: 55, - J , ,,,,.,' ,H ', 1 .mum Democrats Club: Honors Day I3I: Wilson Jur1iorInColirii,'lH nu I 3 " L" ww, MANUEL 7 . - BOGOTA, COLOMBIA: 8.5. in Civil Ertgirtt,-igrinql I1RQI,'yfpy 5 V, x tau, Chi Epsilon: A.S.C.E.: Colombian Students Club: Un.I,C,,,d,d dv LQ, ,-,,,,,,f, HQQQQN, IRENE DELLORA ..... ST. CHARLES: B.S. in Ele I. Ed . is A I A CRON Pl: Mask and Bauble: The Daily Illini ICU: lllininsiiiohyC0f::nl.i:'i,liiIIILQH 11,3-,,, sity Theatre Manager ISI: University Theatre Crew Il, 23: SIM CO,,,,,. :,I,,,,V,,,,,, I f, W.A.A. III: Honors Day III i " uqmsou, masonic 1oAN .i... Iouet, as in L.A.S.: DELTA zsm sI.'A' I I It I' lllIltI Urtniti Committee Il, 21: Y.W.C.A. Committee I2I: Campus Ct-,my III: HOUW o,,,,,d,,,,, University Chorus I2I: Women's Glee Club Il, 2, 3, -IJ uionsou, mama JANE ..... ALEDO: ss. in Home Economics: WESCOGA, pi., U,,,,,,,,,, Omicron: Wesley Foundation Student Council I-II: Home Economics Club: I.'.'i.-:vert Illinois University ANDIIS, ROBERT PETER ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering: NEWMAII HALL, Sigma Gamma Tau: A.l,E.E.-l.R.E.: A.S.M.E.: I.A.S. ANGELUS, DANIEL ANTHONY ..... CICERO: B.S. in Management: Marketinr: Club: Society, ln: the Advancement of Management: Lake Forest College: Nortli-.-.tnstqrn Univ.,-1-,II-,i, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ANGLE, RONALD LLOYD ..... ROCK ISLAND: B,S. in Accountancy: DELTA UPSILON: Skull .Intl Crescent: The lllio II, 2I: Campus Chest III ANIONELL, LOUIS PAUL ..... CHRISTOPHER: B.S. in Industrial Enqincerinn: DELTA SlG,'.'.A PHI: House President Idl: First Regimental Band Il,2I: St. Pat's Ball CommIII.,.f Honors Day III LIENDS, JOHN JOSEPH ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Management: NEVVMAN HALL: M.I-lr'l.Ii1-Dag Illini Union Board I3I: Illini Union Committee IZI: M.l.A. Executive Council l3:: Slit' dent Senate, President IAI: Committee on Student AHairs I-II: Newman Founclation Student Council IAI: Capt., Army ROTC I3,ilI: Society for the Advancement ol liw, agement: WPGU: University of Chicago nnms. NEIL ROBERT ..... MELVIN: B.S. in Journalism: ARMORY HOUSE: Varsity Baa--lull Squad I2I: Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Basketball Manager ll, QI: SIECOIICI Pwr:- mental Band II,2I: University Chorus III: WILL IAI: Physical Education Nlnlors Club. WPGU I-II: Young Republicans Club umlsfm LEONARD WALLACE ..... KEWANEE: B.S. in Accountancy: PHI DELTA IHEIAI -"" Wan-Da, President IJI: Illini Union Board IJI: Maior Chairman Club Sooliistif-If" lllift' Committee ISI: Illini Union Council I3J: Illini Union Committee ll,2l: St-if COINS' Manager III: Ensign, NROTC I3,4J: Scabbard and Blade lfl.-il: ACC0UfIlfl'lC'r' Civil Trident I3, -II AEGENTIN, SILVIO JOSEPH ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Marketing: GARNER HALL: L'-'-tfi"Yi'1', mlfbih Navy Pier Alumni Association: Navy Pier Extension of the Un--.iirrsit-I Inois WINS. RONALD Kem ..... EDWARDSVILLE: as in ManaQ0f'lT'l'? Mdioff A"'I'f ROTC 3 'I Armed Forces Council IJIQ Scabbarcl and Blade I3, -il: Socic-lt' l0" 'IW Afl""l"f""" of Management MNOLD. ROBERT LEO ..... KEWANEE: B.S. in Accountancy: VAN DOREN HOUSE: '-2-'I'-xl' i' Basketball Varsity Squad II, 2, 3, -il. Letter Il, 2, 3, -il: Wl'l0ClCl'1ll' FQOil""t",pQI',' Sq'-'ad ll, 2, 3, JI. Lellel' ll, 2, 3, -ll: Delta Sigma Omicroni 'l'l0'k9"'l'l C" " lo" numb' SHERMAN A . . . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Aeronautical Eit9l'WC'l'19f I-A45-V N'Li"' ' tension of the University of Illinois IRSENEAU UV! .DONALD cARL ..... SHELDON: B.S. its PhvSiCdl EdUfH'l0't W, Dsou, men FREDERICK ..... CHAMPAIGN, as in ciiemisirtf: PM EMI Sf: Band I3.-II: Football Marching Band Il,2,3,'1I: Fifi' R9'El""C"'9l and '9"bU'Y Foundation Student Council I-XI: l'lO'l0'5 Day ill I I t ASAY . . -. at ' KAY :JOYCE - - . . . EASION: B.S. in Home Economics Eoucawonr PHILIAXA .""f'0f1: House Presiden? L3l: McKinley Fourtdaloit Student Cover!-QEA-vw 'ian Fellowship II,2,3,.iI: Freshman Week Committee l2l: HOW? --M V -' " ,i, V IIN. kt C . BOTH I .. fi, ENNER. CHARLES CLIFFORD ...... DOINNERS GROVE: Bachelor ot V5 L glitv LODGE: Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Kappa Lambda: Phi ,-.tu ..AIa+s.sw:n .1 All rcheslra l3.4J: University Choir l3I: Illinois Wesleyan Unit-fCfS-"i' . Ly. .. Em , . . RY' LIME ANALEE ..... ceizizo ooizeo: SA. in LAS-f I'-WCWNLIY HMM' Ubi Spanish Club: Miriam university 467 I i ' 50 9 I 'Qsa s. 'Q -0 tx 2 'UL . ,f'. 1 N.. ,Ri ag - 'IQ df' A I-J il L Lago . if Bw 5... 1 R . X 4-fs. 1 5-f 1 if QL 107, F' ca ,, r Q l 1 1 5 Z E i i 2 5 2 1 gs .15 N Q A i f 11 9 . a 9 1 'Q rl - -C, t 1 L- ..::.. .! 'IK 1 .9 I ll .xi 'ir Q A 3, 5- ' 5, Y' f f, i CI gp o 'WA 4' gi- " 352 44 'SUNG' 4-.x 'O 's A A-c Ax:- .9 1. 3' 3 Agjs 3.-ii ff Zin. ra' 2, tr, 1 9 1 'Q 'nf Xllfv FS '11 9'-ska! EdLfc.u2Qm- SIGMA F I QE . 4 ARTHUR -'1 X- . , -YVrEll LKOYIDE V 'sill' ?,...5s-X. EG N .H ...alms Club: NMS, FAN fpguok . y .l . 'H fly.-um' . 'RY JACOB. -ff'-1 N -'N AC1wCui?'r.s! 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V-'llllfw'-WSFIHD: BS. 111 fwucullmug ALPHA GA,l.!y1g gy.- jnv ,mgf 5 'QQ A c."v.w Clvify Hoof .md Hom Club ' BAKER, DORCAS EllEN ,.,, CHA'.',Vi'AlGN, 5.5. In Chv-mifllyg ixlplm Lgmbdg fig.. VP.. gm--5 P, y',',4-J., F.1.mi.w11ou SM dt-nl Cc.-un! F, 3, H0l'lC'li Day il, 23 BAKER MARJORIE BERNADINE ...., VOLO: BA. In l,A,S.: PHHEA s n BAKER, RICHARD STANLEY JR .... ARTHUR, '35 nl r'Jccl1n'11Cal fnqmrr-M-xg OIQENCf'gl Yfrzfv-.xv '.'.v:-', U .1-IMI Squaci ly NYS: A.S,M.f.g Sftf, BAKER, WILUAM HERBERT IR .,.... IUZTOH, MARYLAND: 5.5, in Arcgfmusfcai frfg.f,,qf,q5 I F- Sq Uuf.1-r--P, of f.'.,ur-,'l.mci ,, BALBACH, SARA .,,.. CHlC"1C-O BFA. .rw lnchrwrml Defzummg fxlPHA Jil GfUlgSC4o'1 rf lf.ff1'1.x vw, Tlv- lllfo I, Q, Umw.-1-r'.n!-,' Hu-.x!rv Cugw CU W V Y BALDI. NOHEEN OlEMA . , . . CHKCAGC, Blk. vn L,A.S,g THETA UPSllCNg lihm Uv-for CCW " """ fi, Uv' .1 aff, Tlzvnlu- Crcr. wil, -H, Cmnpu: Chen 1315 Nrvsl11l'S'0s"N0l'W" 3' 2"'N' LC NW fi l-Y"-- Uwmgd Na!-orzg Young Dumocmu. Cluhg Mw':6e501l1 CCUII' BAUARO, CHARIES ARTHUR ,,,.. OPUI-ONg 8.5. nn AQIQCUIYUUITQ fncld and fuicw. H9""""' Y. 2 I'-,wp PU-lg,-lg.E-cnvw-. Clvb BAUON, MARGUERITE PHYUJS . . . , CHICAGO: BIA. in l.fA.S.g BIRCH Hill unuslx, MAIIYJANE DOLORES . . . . Cmcmgo, ng, ... Qn,qm.,ny, nostwooo, V161 lv f .- .F Cf V.: 3, .ai , RANDY, SUE JEANNE ' "l'.'llLl, 51 f. m 'QW-v-gh Cqvu-qugu, PRISKW Nl-ll, 1140 'W I' E 2. 3. -1, 5 1- H' "m Cfn-w-f1..esf-F Il 2, 34 -115 Univ:-may Ihqguq Mohair' ms W' N 4"""l' U"3"" 'C""-'- L P L, 'f,V1',C fx, CC,1nun1H1-fy HGUVF p'955d"4 5 UNION. JAMIS lowlll ,GKIHN ulffra, 93, nn nugam-Lg Admlmavfnvw: 505: ' JW" 'Q '." ""'r fffviw, Jun-m Hal 1'-:soc-.s!:OH. 9730 IWW-'Uni umath 5 A N 'PV I. l. 1? ""'C"""'- 'CHU' 'UH-'S fvfsrf-Go uraoma, as. .Q I.-.f1...m..r If-of""'F N '- "','.M'- I .'.i:,'. gf--1. ,- ..nM.r,jN ,Z-, 1 BAIAN, DOIOYHY ANN . b z if. 3 CJEHI, S13 m fl:-'11'fc3vUav,' lrimi-l"O'1: 5NfRWOx I f S ,V " ' 1 " W' "fi " "' A, '.'.'a.-,N 1.1!-a.f,: CUM:-gl? 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Ja: phi Em SI'I'tIt rt .MIP Football f,I,,j, Ietta 43, 4,1 UIQ' " ' I Honors gn., H"3'tir EI: Columbian 5,4 PHI: pr-rgl , I HOUSE: Al-I Ubi Honors "5l'Y Theatre Ctqf, Ii Illinois State Il-.tr-, ALPHA GAMMA Pttfz a Lambda Deli .i, l1'I Day ll 21 1 lgineerirtqz KOlrl0t...: E. -ronautical Ettqitti-i-ri-1 XI DELTA, Soc..-I, ON, Illini Urttott L " I, Newman Fouttclt' lub: Mundcligtrt CO' ft' Ind Furrow: FIoricul'.'f -I HALL DSEWOOD: WGS- 5' BY Zcmrfjlta atre Managcf I-f L :se President HI In1inistratiOfti. Acfticlf, Epsilon: U'I'Vf'S'l' I al Engingerittqi ri' stri fi, SHERWOOD LONE Wifi ,n Jouinalisntz F'- , of WIscortS'n , PSI: Honors Dat . . -XJ' :wi Honors Day K. L. House Pbfeddfiiluiii It,iOn Assoctattottr l MATTHEW ..... DOWNERS GROVE, B.S. . ,, , , , at "u'?:.,gy.Iarnity Executive Council l4l, Junior Intqrtya-?:,,r::'EgifT gl DLLIA Ui , I3 gt, Varsity Baseball Squad I2. 3. 42, Frrfsltrnan umm ea: -i-'V K, NC,:c w E E thb Advancement of Management ' ""' -"4"'1- lf- , MVARQ , , . . . BOGOIA, COLOMBIA, 85, In EI,ctr c.I E-t W " I I r J,rIr-igr.n-2 ANNEUE ..... CHICAGO, as in Ed I , , ,. . ., , gBl5n'K.,p, Dalia Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, OratorIJoC'si,2?e,,,L,JJ, Cjcflrqwollfft-uvsl '-fE,I,,I I CNMII IQ, at, U.I.C, Chair III, Paar Illini III, Honors og., T, -Q" .,f'1' ,if I-'Q f of me University of Illinois ' ' "' """ "" C NNE MARIE ..... RACINE, WISCONSIN, as ' H. C , , I WA, Tvonouw Pnniacm HM Home Economic, Club 'ft Om Econ , EUJEY Ii,-gg ga, rusoerttcx WILLIAM . . . , . NAsHvIItE, as . C.. ,I E ,, r F ummm Illini ttt, A.s.C.E. " ' "fn-f' I rt I' L-at-. loasttt CALLEN . ,.., CHAMPAIGN, as af. Ina Itri I Ed . p 7, , MITIUTI Star and Scroll, Star Course Manager ll, 23, Ind,,:i,,,,i EdUL2::o?xn'5O5iJHr 'JA "I" DAVID CYHUS ..... STAUNTON, B.S. in L.A.S.: ALPHA SIGMA PH , I. ,-r won, lieu", Anny ROTC 13' dh Pershing Rines U' D: Flying Club I lorttal tml, Fi .. SEPH THOMAS ..... RIVERSIDE, B.S. in Recreation, PHI D I . ,, unuus' Jend Crescent, Illini Union Committee l3l, Y,M,C,A, Cof,-,m,,,,:c HFL2? ll, 2, Ill, Freshman Council, President III, Campu, Chez, Allocohom and Adwgr. Bqgyd 131, Freshman Week Committee l2I, American R0C,,m,,On0l Sammy U Og Ir Student Chapter, Society for the Advancement of Management A V ug HOWARD IRA ..... HIGHLAND PARK, Bachelor of Law, Phi Alpha Delia: CO,,,,,,,.,c ' Council, Junior Bar Association, Marketing Club, Praetorians, Honors Day ll, 3, ullllf, RICHARD GARWOOD ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Journalism, NOBLE HOUSE, I'-'iaior Chairman Barbershop Illini Union Committee I2, 31, I.U.S.A. Barbcrshoppurg Il, 2. 3,5 WILL IAI, Master Sgt., Army ROTC I3I, Accountancy Club, Illini Sportsman, Club, Marketing Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Young Republican, Club, WPGU I2, 3, dl, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois uno, KENNETH WARREN ..... LAWRENCEVILLE, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering, Capt., Air Force ROIC I3, 4l: I-A.5. UUE, RICHARD JAMES ..... DES PLAINES, B.S. in Journalism, ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA, The Daily Illini III, Student Senate l2l, Illinois Technograph L2J, Maior, Air Force ROIC I3, All UUIINO, ALICE JOAN ..... HIGHLAND PARK, B.S. in Education, LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- DENCE, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Dc-Ita, Women's Glee Club III, Hillel Foundation Student Council Il, 2, 3, AJ, Honors Day ll, 2, 32, University of Illinois Scholarship Key l3l HUM, RAYMOND ANTHONY ..... EAST ST. LOUIS, B.S. in Civil Engineering, SIGMA ALPHA MU, Football Marching Band I2, 3, dl, First Regimental Band I3, -SI, Second Regi- mental Band l2l, A.S.C.E. IAUH, ROBERT ATKINS ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Marketing, PHI EPSILON PI, Illini Union Committee ll, 2l, University Theatre Manager l3l: University theatre Crew l2l: JWIIO' Inlerfraternity Council Ill, Freshman Council, Commerce Council IIIJ, Freshman Week Committee I3I, LAS Council l2I, French Club, Marketing Club, Young Democrats Club UUMANN, DIANNE VALERIE ..... CHICAGO, B.A. in L.A.S., GAMMA PHI BETA, Mortar Board, Torch, Shi-Ai, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta: UH'vU'S"'r Theatre Crew Ill, Y.W,C.A. Cabinet I2l, President l3J, Y.W.C,A. Committee ll. -fi: Panhellenic Executive Council l2J, Committee on Student Discipline IJI, Second Regt- mental Band Ill, Illini Forensic Association, Honors Day Il, 2, ill: Uf'l'VU'5"Y Ol Illinois Scholarship Key l3l RATE., JUDITH MAE ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Physical Education, BIRCH HALL, W.A.A., Physi- cal Education Maiors Club, Young Democrats Club, Wright Junior Collcov: Utttvcrsity of Colorado, Northern Illinois State University IUCN, HARRY FORREST ..... JOLIET, B.S. in Marketing, NEWMAN HALL, I'-'loflvrllnfl CIUIUF Joliet Junior College un. RALPH D-ELANO ..... CHICAGO, B.A. in L.A.S.: Tomahawk, Y.M.C.A, Committee Ill, 3': Illini Forensic Association, Young Democrats Club una. JANET RAE ..... WOODSTOCK, B.S. in Home Economics, SHERWOOD LODGE: HOHIC Economics Club, Iowa State College WUEN. JAMES MONROE ..... CHICAGO, as. in Ceramic Engineering: A-C-S-r HOWSI Off III: Illinois Institute of TeChnOlo9Yi Navy Pier Extension of the University of ll 'HON mm- DARRELL DEAN . . . . . MANSFIELD, B.S. in Agriculture: Agfiwlwfal fdUft"O'l CW Aflticulture Club, Rifle and Pistol Club 'xllnflf RAYMOND EMII. ..... GRANITE CITY, as. in Mechanical Engineering: THEN I" 5CUIlIern Illinois university 'mn' AW'N. GERALD ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in I.A.s., tAu DELTA PHI: the Diilr film' I Illtnt Union Cotttmittee l2I, House President I-Il: FFGSIWINI Week Comnm CL lk , 'H' 5"FlD0N HAROLD ..... CHICAGO, as in Economics, PRAETORgA"f5gycQ'Jc'f , Cllfb: Society for the Advancement of Management? NNY pm' 'Ln U""sfSItv of Illinois am . . - '. .Eff N. DAVID A, l . , ' I DE KALB: B.S. in Electrical Engineering, FORBES HOUSE, AI E .R.E., German Club, Synton, President l3l ECXWITH, BAQRBARA ANN ..... EAST ST. LOUIS, B.S. in Elementary Educafionr LI?-CCL-i VENUE RESIDENCE, Drew university C. 1 Q IS I 1 . Q C' 9 . I if 4' - lf., A rl -Iliff u 'w .-.r ,our r , G a . ,. 5 ,ri 'ah 5 I' f V I on ' ' us, 70 Y INT! ' dv J. ' ' , Q 'vf' vt' I I -- 1 98. Y ,. 1 4 as V' 1 I JW"-Y I . .. 5? ,X V ,..-4 I W l"l5 ul L 'DS U i 'IE I rim Q . 1 ' g" A- 1 UC" p A J' I ,5 E' D I S km N I 'fr '-L K. Y. , ., Q 8- 9 'Y -2 I-J f' 'fav . .A 'RK lx 'v -Qs. K -- in uf 9' m A nth' B V? ssorua cr-:Ames JOHN I - 51.1- EEHR EDWARD JAY IW.. 53. . EELDING GREGORY ORAPER '-I-,r1'. ew. :Mass DUNCAN . LJ. aiu JIMMIE DEAN V- . , -',.,. . , Q K. :- ..,, r- CWI- EELL ROBERY FRED .. w., 1 5 BELL ROBERT JAMES. .: ,-5 .K ' BELLOWS. GLEN LEE y A QALESEURG EEA. In ludvslrial Design: IAU NAI-APA gps . U I I Lack: 1' Ama, ROTC 13. -:Ip Flri Chi Era ggx. Subb.-ION ,, yd .M . . 'gif K 5 ,-. E'L.:!r1:.wI Engineering: CAGLE HAH j A LEE YI 'R,E.- Navy Prev Enenxibn qi jwlvu, ' '- Lev.. Amos mr:-I 5 5. ,Q rmwfcf KAFPA 5.5.M, ma C . I:fz-,,N,L. 5:4IL.y,. Lab: Fawn Ccuogev Cekvrr, Aww... ' -.OG A K ' Lb-I.'.'F'AlGN FS. In JC.'rn.xlIam- BEKA 1HE1A pl, .- 5 I'--TA. Ll:'ILyrsIf3 ' Md" WA'-o QLHFUCN E5 Im 1-'Aer-Wlmrfv, ALFHA C,Ankn.A RH V 515: 3 If H, fl-,rrg.!r.m FL-flo.-,alup 421' AERAAG F'c!2.cY.V.,C.l, -.I I. Cv-'W "LH: 3 -1-.wwlvrrv Curb, fm-Id and :Im " win' suzlgswlr-sf as .U LAS. GARMEN. rn-.a gh, 5.9m nv Fg.m:,wf.pvs SP A-lv! Courful .SLI Gorman CIE-Lx: Emma N V: an-.'.'zmQN. New YORK. 5.5. -rl r.m-qmnmn g..9.,,,,, A Lv:..I-rim, of Cgllfcvnmg Syracuse University ma' 'SMI SPENCER, IOWA 8.5. -r-w.'.'Ivclmmc.wl E.xgIumu-1.1193 QAQNU HRA .- Why - .1-I C.:-ww-"--u ,3g ABI'-'I.E.: LL-Iva Sigma Ormcrcn5 5cAf' ' gn: Juolm ROYCE ,.., HARRlSL'4LIR'Gg 9.5. .U JQUm.,I.1,.,, ALPHA Cm OMEGA g.,.,,,. A L+., Cl-. .'.'.ygl .wd FAIIJIL-, Unrxn-rss!-,f Ilu,-.nw Mqvmqrr IQ. 34 .ggi Umw,'L," hugh: ',,- 3 Llnl-.1-1-If, lm-.lrrv Cu-L-. III. Y.W.C.A. Conmmrn- III: C,,,.p,d CNW Q II.-, Ig..wc1.wf-vu Shih-nr Counirl 2, 3 BENDEL, ROBERT BRUCE . . . . CHICAGO, 5.5. in L.A.5., Fmcsuoe ANNEX. MQW- Do, ,rg ji Lmr.f-v-,.' or Illmo.: Sclwolnrzlnp Key: Navy Pwr Enlcmion ol uh. U..,,,,v,. gl llimgwy BEREST. BRINDALL ..... CHICAGOJ B.5. in Elcmunlarv Educnliong ALLEN HALL: Ugly,-, Tl-1-.vm Cry.-. fl 5 Honors Day III BERGANIO, PRISCILLA KIMIKO .... . HILO, HAV.'AIlg B.A, in rho 'leaching OI Suql Spas' ',','f5CI"GA' Plnmrn D-:Im Peg PIII Alplm Them: Illini Unron Commllfq-Q I2, 1 All gig-L. I Hcmlzr- Paryzrclv-nv I-ll: Has-.null Clubg Horors Day Ifllg Unwcully ol Nunn. Cm, I, rf ,I-rglly BERGMAN. JOAN LENTIN ..... CHICAGOg E.A. in L,A.S.p LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE Ijn,..'vm',- Tlwlymng M.1n.1gcr I-175 Univqrsily 'Ihcmrc CMI I-II: Univ:-rury lhqgwg Q,-p. .2 rim.-',' Puff Alumm Assocmliong Prcr Playhouse Ill, Prcsidcnl IYIJ Sw: Uf.f-vw. fl lm.-.f.x. Nm'-,f Pwr Enlunsuon of the University of Illinoix BERKOWITZ, MARILYN LINDA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L,A.S.g LINCOLN AVENUE RESIULNCI Pnl Cv-I. Umf.v.'r::1-,' lhcalru Crew Ill: Campus Chest Il, 32g W.A.A. l2lg Sno-hlifav muh-.-V Errfnglx CIUI3 BERLEY. PAULA RENEE . . . ..DES PLAlNESg B.F.A. in Adverlising Demigng ALPNA GLN! DELI?-. ll!-'H Umon Commnrcu II, 3, -ll: Univvgrsily Ihcnlrc Cu! LY. II. SU' fhfl '-'l"HV"'f III Campus Clues! I2, 375 Orchcsis Illg Ponhcllcnic Ball COMMMH if BERNS, MAX HAROLD ,..,. CARRIER MILLS: 8.5. in l..A.5.: ALPHA DELTA PHI BERTRANO. THOMAS HENRY BERZ, MICHAEL RICHARD. . . PZANKAKEE' B.S. in L.A.S.g ALPHA EPSILON Pl: bill: , . . . . swsuwcsrumo. us. in Eleclricnl :nga-rw-mg Mil IH. 17I"""lf-'III Junior Collqqfg I '-'wr'-vzfr l, ?. J'-mlfflf Ffgncrnq flhnnqrgr g3lg Hillel Fourdnllon Sludlnl Cori? w MVER- MERNYN ANN ..... CHA.'.'-PAIGI-lg 8.5. In Home Economicsg Pl BETA WJ: n' bi' VIH- I,. Illml Unugn CQmr1n!lrpq Illg HOFIOIS Dny 'I, 31 mmcunu, 'gonna nouns ,.,,, com ClTYg us. in r.x.fuwn.f.I fng.mf1f-Q: WWW Ifuug II' T011 Bffrlvw. 5.A E., Hrmorg D.-gy II, Q, 1,5 Univg-ruly ol IIII004 win' uf, .ji BIBLIN, ALLAN EDWARD cwcf-Go as .H f.mI,.m,my- umoc:-am HALL: Aw-W" f "'f"' '1 tfgr' IVF., Pwr III-.rugvfeavy Pm: Enh:mIon ol lhe U0'W""Y d uuruor. CA'llOll1A some C . . SVC!-P.',ORIfg 8.5. in :mv-.am Edufmw: GUN' "Tm ' ' 1 I ll:-I.--rang Uv-var Cu---, 111' SIM Couuq Manbqd II..7l: ' ' -.-L4 il r I 1 ' , A- I 'I - "' I "A " f- P. 3. -if. Terran-n 6235 Home Ecoromfu Clvb II us. luuusz. INEOPHILUS vltpulcx ..... Ch:r:r.C,o, 9.5. In lnduw-.I if-9i"""' ftfz' 3 iff IILSCHKI. sun runcus ' 'f 1-., '-v'fr,.'I .Ulf CHAILES WILIIID "v ' r -- lr rg.- bil CHI-ff-GO. EEZ.. In Home Econom-rx: BIRCH Nw, 'gf H rf,,,,f,,,,,.. .34 U,,..,,,.,,,,, U,G..,g 113, Nqwmmf 'i . 8 f- 'af' r' If r- .Q Lru . vm rn-PM 1AU:0l'51 - .E- . .E J, . . ..J.. - , ..- .. ,, Q.. -3 V g,..,,4,,-,.,,,,.., E,,w,,,,, Councgl 5455 fin! Luldh 1 'QI 7 1 'P 4 L-fun ILACHII. LQUIQ Allln 1 T ' f.l aucr nonno Lu 95, ll f-menace. rl 1, .G 11.54 SIGMA ALWHA MU: Tl' 5 ' "'f1',f'4f0Fmr', 'fCw,11q Or-grfuoilalt Club W-9'-'Z'r. 513. -n L.A.s. B 1-IAUSHER' rl EDN HMOUS. C C C mxslif- iff a IIANNENSHHI MAKER, JAM I I HAIINE, FRE I HUWEISS. JI NLWEIL. MJ nOCx. DFW OIDDGUI. I nomar. an IIOMOUIST, NUNM, NE IIUKIS. JU' IIUNENINA IIN, IRAN I-OQINSCNI IOICMERI, UOIDI, Nl 50101, Cl UOIIN, Vg VJIING' '5"'-Msn "0"Wor RQYICQSK WUI, 1, Roilu' l 470 TAU KAPP Eta 141: Scabbard A EPSILON. eng CAGLE Extensiorl-Il1,U'71h1!a1jily ni- SIGMA, - . liege: CQIJJLEL iillglpla T HETA PI: Alpha Della AMMA RHQ All-AQ Field:DY'M'C'A' Field aHd Furrgul. Eta Sigma: DI ' lub: Spring Muggsl El Engineering: A,5,M'E, Peering: GARNER HALL, On: S.A.E. T CHI OMEGA: Gam 3: 41: University Thealrig IU: Campus Chest ny, NEX: Honors Day 11, 2 tnslon of the University ALLEN HALL: University aching of Social Studies: 'nmittee 12, 3, 41: W,A,A, iversity of Hawaii: Ohio IN AVENUE RESIDENCE: University Theatre Crew dent 121: State University LN AVENUE RESIDENCE: IV.A.A. 121: Sno-Ball Com- Design: ALPHA GAMMA Cast 12, 31: Star Course : Ball Committee 121 DELTA PHI Tgineering: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: EPslLON Pl: Basketball ation Student C0urlCIl IQI Pl BETA PHI: The Daily MAN E ' r'ng: NEW . ity rOT:HlTlTnbis Scholarship GREN HALL: ArwU'l'?"C7 the UniversitY OI Hlmols TA: :r:oH: GAMMA UPIQIVSEAA Aanagef U' 21' ' mics Club 1ll trial Engineering: A'F'5'l .ly LL: The Da' . 1NEIebl?li:nI-zlnHI!bundation 5lU - Iini 17' Sli AU: Daily ll RQTC 1: -First Lleut., Afmy HA Mu. The Daily lllirll 9 I I l0NAvoLoNrA vERLY JEAN ..... -CHICAGO: B.S. :H H E - , nACK5I'IERr Ee Dany Illini UI 25: Fm, Regimental Band Uciftgrii g2In'o1g1r:cZlUIgELTA SIGMA THETA: WARD GEORGE ..... BROADVIEW: B.S. :H L.A.s.: ALPH . . . , BlAIIOU5r Eocommmee 111: Campus Chest 121: Junior Interfraternity Ciugl-ill Fl-lQ'MUll.'n' Unlofl Committee 131: Lleut. Col., Air Force ROTC 13, 41: Arnold Air Soc. 1 ' "INV Bqall Club: Crane Junior College 'EV I3' 'Ali Spanish N CHARLES ..... HAMPSHIRE: Bachelor f L , . ILAKSLEE: lege: Illini Union Committee 111: Accountancy? Cirrg, IXHOCCIT' Gamffla and Pistol Club: Honors Day 131 sSOC'a"0ni Rlfle VORRIS ..... DECATUR: B.s. :H Ec ' : Ph' . Il'ANKENsHH?igma: Beta Alpha Psi: Honors Day 11, 2, gr1?nUIrTTvers'1l Kfappg Eh" Beta Gamma 'Y 0 Illinois Scholarship Key I JOHN ..... HTNSDALE, B.S. :H C: 'l E ' - . 1 . , 1 ' ILAZEK, JANE: A07 Varsity Gymnastics Squad 12, 3, 4111 LeTilrInT?:In1i' 4-1?nE?3:m:gnTUbe.0f Ulm' nastics SClU6di Engineering Council 121: A.S.C.E. ' Bmw Gym' RED VINCENT .... I. HERRIN: in Electrical Engi ' 5 QQ u IIAZINE' F ph: Efa Sigma: Junior lnterfraternlty Council: House Piss-idgnt 14151-2gI'iEIg1ALAI:q,USE' R015 ra, 41: ArHolel Air Society 13, 41: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ' ' ' me JUDITH LYNN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Marketing: INDECO: III' ' U ' - mlwilss' 141: Commerce Council 141: Marketing Club: University of Michiglgrl mon Commmee MARY ELIZABETH ..... ORLAND PARK: B.s. :H Teach' f M H - . mwm' HALL: Mortar Board: Torch: The lllio ri, 2, ai, Assoc. EIIIQT411 HC,21,,imS1,fs:2,EVANS I RUCE HOWARD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Account J SIGMA ALPHA . - BLOCK: B mini Uk Accountancy Club ancy NIU: The DallY MDDGEIT, D, BRADLEY ..... WHEATON: B.S. in Economics: FORBES HOUSE: Accountancy Club: Finance Club: Beloit College MME, RICHARD WILLIAM ..... FORT PECK, MONTANA: B.S. ' E ' ' Ph ' 5 NQ L no HOUSE: Tomahawk: Phi Eta Sigma: Honors Day 1I, 2, '31 ngmeermg yslcs B E ltloMQulsT, BERNADINE THERESE ..... IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN: B.A. :H Teachlhg of English: Marquette University BIUHM, NEIL GRAY ..... CHICAGO: Illini 111: Accountancy Club BLUKIS, JURI5 ..... URBANA: B.S. in Club: l.A.S. BLUMENTHAL, CARLENE MARGARET . COLN AVENUE RESIDENCE: the University of Illinois BLYE, FRANKLIN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. nois: Wilson Junior College B.S. in Accountancy: SIGMA ALPHA MU: The Daily Aeronautical Engineering: University Chorus 141: Flying . . CHICAGO: B.S. in the Teaching of English: LIN- Navy Pier Alumni Association: Navy Pier Extension of in L.A.S.: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illi- BODENSCHATZ, CARL ALVIN ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: SIGMA CHI: Pi Tau Sigma, President 141: A.S.M.E.: Honors Day 131 BOLCHERT, MARILYN LOUISE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Education: BUSEY HALL: Student National Education Association ol-DT: NANCY IRENE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Education: GAMMA PHI BETA: Shorter Board: Torch: Mask and Bauble: Illini Union Committee 1i1: University Theatre Manager 12, 3, 41: University Theatre Crew 1I1: Star Course Manager 1l, 21: Pan' hellenic Ball Committee 1l1 B0lEN. CARROL DEAN ..... AKIN: B.s. :H Agriculture: Alpha Tau Alpha: Agricultural Edv- catlon Club: Field and Furrow: Honors Day 1I1 VIRGINIA ELLEN ..... BLOOMINGTON: B.A. in the Teaching. ot English: MCKINLEY HAI-I-: Shorter Board: The Daily Illini 13, 41: DePauw University B . . OUNG: DAVID GORDON ..... LAKE CHARLES LOUISIANA: B.S. ln Finance: PHI KAPPA PSI: Ma-waH-Da, Tribe of lll:H: 141: Baseball MaHaoer tl, 2, 31: Senior BaSeball3Mi3j 5991 141: Junior Baseball Manager 131: Commerce Council 1131: Phi Chl Eta 1, r Finance Club: French Club: Illini Insurance Society: Rho EDSIIOV1 on . . . ANSINGA, wlLLlAM JOSEPH ..... QUINCY: BEA. :H AeverrrerHe Design: PH' DELTA THETA: Illini Union Committee 1I1: Star Course Manager 1l1 , ANTHONY ALEX ..... MELROSE PARK: Bachelor of Architecture: ALPHA RH0 CHI: Intramural Manager 121: Freshman Week Committee 13, 41: A-I-A onc . 1 OW: WILLIAM ARTHUR CRYSTAL LAKE' BS :H Dairy Technology: SIGMQ life: T campus Chest ui: Creek' VVeek cohtmihee '121:'Capt., Air Force ROTC 13, At: rH Air Society 131 . o ON CPAUL. .... DES PLAINES: B.s. :H Marlcer:Ho: PHI KAPPA sl?M?:3?'klmarEQT- inrescemi Alpha Kappa Psi: House President 141: Football Manager I : I f no 9 Club: Honors Day 111 :TEN . 'CARD'-,MARGARET ..... WHEATON: B.S. In Home EcoHoHt:ce: SHERWOOD LODGE' Un'Ve"5liY Chorus 111: Home Economics Club: Marketing Club 471 C? K fc 5? A4 9 r Q, , .swf-v -: JV - T: fi I5 tra' rt 5 .. I ,,,: J ,,,,,fF iiri' A I . ' ' Bk I I' :theirs ' ,rv Q -h J v i z I I .rr lt, 1 A ef I L I 1 l T 76 l 1 1 5, l f : N- ,l- 1 I, ' . pm fc 8 Q "" ,. x: A qu: il A Ya 4: 1. 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Ln Elvvwwnlafy Edvcsliong ZEN, A Eoin' x M . . ..A-.- l I FLAC-rc lqmixcrx cl Amcuu LI- ,gl lku A-"".K. eoscnzu Rossiu WARREN Qncw.-.own HILL, New YORK: 8.5. .IL L..d,,.,,,. M f 'v-' 'i- IOSL?-'I CHI Llv'--'-rfb-'y llwwifc Cvrv- .l. TT: Canis-:bmw Fvwnda-cfqlllmll " - '.3,.. xy I: FN ,.-' QL-r 'Pc Aclxmwcg-men! ol I'A3n.xgrrncllI, IAS- ' ' HN ROGER 'UANFORU' 13.5 ln Aqrlculmrqx FARM HQUS! M OSSINGHAM, JO --4-- ' ' ' - 1 A 1, 5 . ,L A ,.. I, ZF., 5.N.l 5. ,l, 2 3 .'.'.cxLnl-gy Fcundahon Sndg-m Cgklwg ,e M' ,N . Q . um, It Q 3, Aqflqulnfml Eccuomms CIUL15 H901 and Hmm 3:10 ' "- 'h ' L L-my R1L'Ll'ic.vw'- Club LATERRE HAUTEA lNDlANf'Xg Bachelor Q1 A,4h,,K.s,,' auxin BOINER RONALD LEE v4L,.ti BOUGHAN, ANNA LOUISE . .. .CANlON: BIA, in Ill!! lccchang ol hcmh' SIALVQ, ,QULS .'..C,,.m.. mu. Clvb ,225 emma Faundavlon Swarm Q,,,,.,.,, .37 3 L ,L Fm-.-1: L.'w:..1q:L' Lluli , OAK PARIQ 8.5. In Speech Corn.-chong BUSH HAll, :lah BOUGHNER. IDA MAXINE .,.. ig, Jw .L CI'v.v..u-L Y.-llc.-.amp L-I-, Nnxy Pwr Exwvunon ol Ihr Unwpm, an M . ., ,u sown-4, MARJORIE GALLAGHER ,.... CHAMPAlGNg BA. .n me lenchmg 04 q,,,',,., N If 1'..f, l"ELlA ZETA lllum Umon COmmiIIc0 I27 BOWEN' PHILIP EUGENE , , . , PAXlONg 8.5, In Mechanical Engnm,-clung, COIUGQ Hg. I. Q ,'.' E ' SLA F, BOWERS, KENNETH SCHUYLER . . . . VILLA PARKg UA. ln l.A.S.: ACAClAg Omqgg pq, ll F 'CCY' Llvxwwrz-Iy BOWES, JOHN JOSEPH ..... CHICAGOp B.S, In l'.'la1keImgg Illini Compu Annu Fw Nu IQ-T. .'.'..-nv-mnq Clubg Rho Epsxlon BOWMAN, BEVERLY JEAN ,..., KANKAKEEg 8.5. in Home Economics. CHI OMEGA, IKEA C-5'v1vv1:Hv-1- LQ., Campus Clwsl ll, 215 I-'larkciilxg Club BOWMAN, GEORGE ARTHUR ...,. EAST ST. LOUIS. 8.5. in Ceramic EngmeM'09.SlGU1". fm YE .md Cvnacnmg Kemmosg Illini Umou Commmec ll, Ilg Noun PIq1Arm il novo, zona MARGARE! ..., CHICAGO, 5.5. an Elemcmury Educnl-ony ALPHA 000140 '.".v'.vv lfflhld, lcrch, Kappa Dv.-IIa Pug Alpha Lambda Dlflllg lho lllno U34 IIIA-WW' " vu '-I f.'..sLor Clmnnrnn Pcuonncl Illmi Union Commillcc D15 llhm UMM C5913 Cunvwl -1 Illlm Um-.Ln Conmmlcc Il, Qlg 7-.Inv Course Manager l2Ig Gfed WOR " Nfffvff' Ecmwovwca Councsl IQ, 315 Honors Day Il. 2, Jl: UfIiW'l3'V d nu" 'L'.w:I.L0 Viv,- mu Gum-A NWI BOYD, SHARON FOWlER .,.., ANNAg B.S, in Speech Concciiong Al 2' :'lv-'vw Illmolz Uuuvrgunl-,' HOME. wlcruno wwno . . Q,-mm, nf.. L.. L,A,S,3 J.....0. Ly.. A..0f..1-of-1 'GNN' fv.s': Clvb BOYIE, IHOMAS DONALD CHICAGO BS In lndusllunl Eduuviom Noun 74"-""'n'v Fclmrlnl-Drs' Emdv-nl Coslncul 112, JI, Pu-xidcni H15 lllidi 50U"" l' 'I 1" 1: Et1L,c.1IfQn Soqugly 51 Louns rmssounnf as. ..-. nwnu' f4ff':"'r W, BIADBUIN. BARBARA MARY ..... . , . iillf- MLW., w ICA 30,44 4.45, v,f,A,f., Il' 2, 3' 0, S1UdQh1a0l"lL 5lA0flElD, IHOMAS EDWARD ..,.. INDIANCU'-g 0.5. -n Mechnmill f"9l"""'5l ' LUIS, LLM-.,.fIf j,,,,.,5,, C0H,O,. nn ALMA '92 ""' IIADUY, INOMAS KEONARD ,..,. CPHCAGO. 8.5. In l.f1.S.: K " f'f R' Vlwffi If lu-:Iwmnn Var:-fy Fombnll Sqvndg Vouviy hifi sou' .19 "" "WI '1 'WMV Sf:-m'I, f-'-flvlluy Ball Comrmlvcc Il, 71: NDYY 74' N' ' 'f Nan' 71-I Fl7l"fY1I0f5 ol IM- Un--.'Ug-Iy of lllmovl , Ill nuosmlw, nuv JEANNE ,,.., C-RLGGSVLLLE. ILS. .n Coff-mm-nl lvd""9' uw " "W 'r l"2"f- Cu' I.. Bu-.-nf-1: lducuvon Club i .I anno uvatu mmf-co. as. .R cw......y. AIPHA zvsnow ""1,,1:unuuv " V' l""l'f' UNM. Mao' Cbunmnu lawn Mechngr. :hd f?'v"" ll i lj 7 1 lm' wwf- cmmmf. ma.. cmm. crm' I3If ' nnnvd , . , .L 515,10 rv.-:vc-rv IJ. -fl: frczhmnn Cowmulg CIMKW5 cmd 1. I-LT. L., 52.1.11 ,QA p4,,,.,5,g Da' url 37: Umvl,,v,y og lghnqq Sd'dU," . nl' ""'D"- 'UWM 'MY . uve:-uf., gs, .n l.A.S.: onu zfu. vn-MW' , IA w UAHOY, CAROl- ANN QAFVEUVHKEJ BAA- gn 'he 1c.fl-H99 of ..e. I- '-"L"a' Hind, Tenth, Shwriu h'.Asi, and Blubll: Ulm' un 'fl " l"""' '-'-lfwf-' '39. Unmrvmy The-que Cos' IU: UQ'WMil . ,-Q. ff vu. y,v,,f,,,7.,- 'I' QM In-:Hman Cguntil: PlfVl'!nfn'c F ultllhllbtili-IA!!! MILL!! ..... VAQK mggg, 55, in Elgmqnvuy 'J 1 " I' """""" 7" W1 '2. Bk. Umvevz-Ly TI-.naive CNW llli Gad . . GE LKECDENRID D' Fr B ,LLICEL BARSL B. VI ,,gLm0. GH: HQLIWEISER. LINNAN. JC r R I. NQNNECNE- I ms-emfk. Bl I L UIUIAH, R l,uwIOGlE. I 94904. JUD uoosuv. AI nom AIA NOAIMOND IJONION. I IJOIMIIIOI HOWN, lA NJCDIII, g "Wil IAC Nlloowv. Mfg AN: hatunugw 'I-ICNMII1, NU, ly, Wbttqlu ""I'Nuu WWI ll' ""lMm 472 - .S.- estern Con southern egei Easy. "Ing: Chi Ga mrna Ima. of Speech- 5 ' I HERW in O0 DZ? Fzdhnglitiouniversig lub: Teacherssn-Silfdent ln Training Oni A I, 41 LPHA: ' I ' . lg ndustrlal Admmist t' Ury Fo d . fa. I.A.S. Un anon Student FARM Hou . ent Council itil, and and Ham Club: Architecture: GARNER of French: SIR wt Council 12, 3,,Ai::31Ez 1? BUSEIY HALL: Zega ph' the University of lllinoil leaching Of English and 1eering: COLLEGE HALL: LCACIA: Omega Beta Pi: Campus Amvets Post No. s: CHI OMEGA: Y.W.C.A. Engineering: SIGMA Pl: : House President 141 On: ALPHA CHI OMEGA? The Illio 1I1: Illini Union a 131: Illini Union Counrll 1: Greek Week Committee 31: University of llIIn0IS ALPHA GAMMA DELTA: Association: Young Demo' - n House President l2li IO I , . llliai spoftsmans Club' hysical Education: DELI? nt Senate Illi llligfeek ll ,al Engineering: IOANCO 'PA ALPHA Psl5,'V:"jQ1,l 'y Track Squad l- Asocia- IavY ple' AIUmm S I HALli Teaching: BUSEY . Phi: HI: ph, Kappa A ilalriihla Illini ,vitlaiiia 31: Panhellemc ligns and ous Chest Allgcaliet' 'lois Scholarship ' nsin : UniverSIfY of WMO A 1, DELTA DEL1 fSp69Cf 'fellf ini Unlof' Cgqneriillieeclew Univerf-'YY mittee III . . APPA 1, ree IIeniC Bal' Com I Star I E ROBERT GARRETT ..... BLUE ISLAND: BS :n G G . - . . - - eneral En ' - , ECKENIIII3 1 -I-HETA: Tribe of llllnl 13, 41: Varslt T ' gmeeflng, PHI II Igithglan Varsity Tennis Squad Y enms Squad l2f 3: 41, Letter 12, 3, 43, BARBARA LUNDGREN ..... KNOXVILLE: B.S. in Home Economics SIGMA WECE: A, Omicron Nu, President 141: Phi Ups'l O ' If I SIGMA 12, 31: Home Economics Council 141: Hdnf-I2 Ec21rIbIh?liIcsl3CIuALii IEIWSI Reglmenm Western Illinois State University ' Onofs DGY I31: uclLLE ..... MCHENRY: B.S. ih Recreat' , SIGMA . . HEFEID, Gqhixi 1315 Illini Union Committee 131: Campus Iglriest 131, W?g,E50M?2SLgMA, The Daily REHWEISERI ALVAH PAUL . . . . GODFREY: Bachelor of Architecture: A.l.A.: ShurtleH College HN .IACOB ..... COLLINSVILLE: B.S. in A ' lt I E ' ' . NIENNAN' IgALL: Illinois Technograph: Engineering Council,grRT'IesiIdbant 1313lInFii'E1ngLieIXIEWAAAN RQTC 13, 41: A.S.A.E.: Young Republicans Club ' U " 'my ENT PARKER ..... FLORENCE, ALABAMA: B.S. ' R ' . ERENNECKE' DELTA: Varsity Football Squad 131 In ecreancn' PHI GAMMA ER, BETTY LOU . . I . . ROCKFORD: .B.S. in Business Education: ALPHA GAMMA D . mum UniversitY Choir 12, 3, 412 Madrlgal Chorus L31: Uni-Baptist Foundation Student git 131: Business Education Club 141: Spring Musical 12, 31: De Pauw University MHZMFF, RONALD LEE ..... TOLONO: B.S. in Accountancy GLE, LAWRENCE GEORGE . . '. . . LAWRENCEVILLE: B.S. in Phys' I Ed t' : SIGMA - IREYFO Tribe of Illini 141: Varslty.BaskeibaII Squad 12, 3, 41, Letlgei' 1411JcFrIecshman Varsiltlf Basketball Squad: Malor, Air Force ROTC 13, 41: Physical Education Maiors Club IIIOCK, JUDITH HOFFMAN . . . . CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Education: KAPPA ALPHA THETA: Rollins College IRODSKY, ARNOLD ARVIN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: FORBES HOUSE: A.F.S.: A.S.M.E.: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois BRODY, ALAN JOSEPH . . . . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Urban Land Economics: PHI SIGMA DELTA: Finance Club: Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement of Management IIIOKEMOND, GEORGE RICHARD ..... EAST CHICAGO, INDIANA: B.S. in Finance: KAPPA ALPHA PSI: Junior lnterfraternity Council: Tribe of Illini 141: Varsity Football Squad 12, 3, 41: Illini Insurance Society IRONSON, ROBERT BISHOP ..... BLUE ISLAND: B.S. in Civil Engineering: PHI DELTA THETA: Varsity Football Squad 12, 31: Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Varsity Tennis Squad 12, 3, 41: Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad: Maior, Army ROTC 13, 41: A.S.C.E.: MuaSan BIIOIIIERTON, ROBERT DEAN ..... BLANDINSVILLE: B.S. in Management: AFTER HOURS: Accountancy Club: Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement of Management: Western Illinois University BIIOWN, BARBARA FAY ..... RIVER FOREST: B.S. in Home Economics: KAPPA ALPHA THETA: Shorter Board: Torch: Maior Chairman Pep Rallies Illini Union Committee 131: Maior Chairman Music Hours Illini Union Committee 131 BIIUCKER, DORRENCE BERNELL ..... CROPSEY: B.S. in Agriculture: GARNER HOUSE: Agri- cultural Economics Club: Illinois State Normal University BIYER. JACK EDWIN ..... OREGON: B.S. in Mahagamahl, THETA xl: Alpha Kappa Psi WEGOWY, WILLIAM RAYMOND ..... CHICAGO: as. in Metallurgical Engineering.: Newman mundation Student Council 131: M.l.S.: Navy Pier Extension of the University of ITIOIS IUCN, ANDREW LAWRENCE ..... MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, OHIO: B.S. in Management: NEW- MAN HALL: Accountancy Club: Finance Club: Society for the Advancement of Man- agement: Western Reserve University IUCHANAN. GORDON JEAN . .... LEROY: B.S. in Elaeirieal Engineering: A.l.E.E.-l.P.E. Il'C'I"ElT,SUE.cARoLYN ..... SPRINGFIELD: B.A. in L.A.s.: Pl BETA PI-Il: Torch: Shi-Al: The llllo ll, 21: Illini Union Committee 121: Freshman Council: Smith College BUCK EVAN LA - - - ' - vv -Na- ' ' ' - - - RCHMONT, NEW YORK: B.S. ln Chemical EnglneerlnQi TOANQOI a See: Phi Kappa Phi: Sigma Tau: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Chl Sigma.: Mails and Bauble: Phi Lambda Upsilon: University Theatre Manager 12, 31 4Jf2Ug'Ye'5'1 Theatre Crew: A.I.Ch.E. 1I1: University Chorus 1l,2,31: l'I0n0"5 Dev ll' ' l' n Bu Ve'5'lY of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 lllll ' . - Amo'----SURABAJA, INDONESIA: a.s. in L.A.s., uaivaraiiv of Indonem BIIESINGE , HQ. R. RICHARD LEE . . .l TAYLORVILLE: B.S. in.Physical Educatloni?6A:rlEPl-FSA 5lIgIlAIRnOICi A. ani? 5Cr0ll: llllnl UNION Committee 12, 31, MBIOV: All' Force " Society ia, 41 IUGG5 , . lf. AIEVIN EDGAR ..... BERWYN: B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering? .NEWQ'I'TIIEmIJ'?I'I" Bu 'A's'7 MOYTOY1 Junior College: Navy Pier Extension of the University 0 NRMEsrER , . ANOR: Alpha 'TGFNE ROBERT ..... MILFORD: as. in Agriculture: LOOKOUT M HU Alpha: Agricultural Education Club 473 i I V iw- 'w Q L 1 1 ,, -- -. '25 ' X' ., la' 'li l ' . ff' lx"-L 'J . A as-A , , "gtg- J, ,, X ,Q- Q3: ,-v ik. ,, 71 :ff I ,'i' IA I x v V. cg :X ,- , dl Us TINY X O G' rv' -'vm - T W- ' I A ., T ' 9 :- , T' ' .,. """'.. I lf E. .fl I E I, i gkih I I . 1 ' 1 l i 1 ,F Y C11 CT l 'Wi I sf F if Q .Ute , E : !':2' ,Q ' , . f it 'T f 4 v. A YN I,,- 5,-4':i:,.,:g - . fflilzil 7, .""3 ,,l"F'll I liili-X l i s i k.-2-1 4 T' l if M ,.. Ii' fe af ' I "' 311, f' 13 Av Fx ' L , 1 'T 'I ' ' x rx 6, :Q ' H ' :WY -.1 i ,ul ' f E A P I 'I 6 1 111, ' I A . I ' :T V ,- - if " fm? :ta in, V ' fs s 1 f a f lfk feggia 'K+ ' 'I T5 4 ' .xy 1, A T ,L A if V AJIJQ- 1 .. .V 43, I 3' E' Q 4-3 S I 2 19,1 , V 21 -1-.9 , P L A "f . i ff? W 13" ,.. 3' 5: lr I ' n rl , ry ,,,,g 'Z ,il i t Ii L I '42, i it it . 'I .. . R , y 3. J . Q i Y? ii ' M1 ut- l , 4 Q ' 'C I 2- I rim f . - rr ' A 3 is ' 'i' -64 I 17 I 'Q' vb , I' 4,45 - 'Q ni . i ii kill 1.1 ,A if, 1 .nfl I a ',Ml'3 liwlf .. fi . I Q57 ' rg "U" tl' S 3 ii ' X at 1 l a st' I 4, M S U r a RLOS HERNAN ECGOTA, D. E, COLOMBIA: 5,5 in Aman BUIYRAGO, CA I A x I C A CC,..'.,f,-CL. N35 Colombia Association of .Stud.m E lvtfhl 1,9- , ' :..,. M, L-n,,2r5.1x at the Andes ol Eogota ' I' Nulingi mi h QL,-NGN, 5.5. in Mechanical Engineering: FLAGS BUNTING R5.LP,1,,H p., C ...ii Tau S-mmm Y..'.l.C.A. Committee IJI: Dgscipyes Fruigsf: Ig, in , A, 'f ,g S,A,E,7 Hcttcrs Day Il, 2, 33 u'u5S1ug,n, , ROSE y 4 n CHICAGO- 5.5. in El-:rncntarv Education: U 5U'D'C" Joi? ng-'55 -, tum,-,I Flu- Anson Delta Pip Alpha Lambda Delta: "l1N,1t ,fl 'iyt ,e .3 r Jody,-,c,, Stridrgnt CCutwoil ill, -Sl: Student Naygmdvgrdlilt I J Hcecq Day in University of Illinois Stholgfmipxfrmk, C N manor .norm noaerzt ,... NIE FOREST! BIS' in A9'ICUl'U'0' Aoriwtrurtl BUR Q b, ,Lyn W, Ri i.- .ind mini Cir-is ' ff-wi., E k ','.'RSHALl.- BA. in thc -loathing of Social Studies: SHEQV A BURNEYT' ANN A':"'t ilw-1,3 Illini Urttcn CCHUUIIICC l'5l Noob ACD-PI aurzntorit, RICHARD GEORGE VTEEPORT, 5.5, in turns. auatora, ntcmxrzo CHARLES ...., nAnvARo,- 5.5. in Annu-urine, mu ILAPPA gpgiim ,IAi,,V,,,. gQC,mn1.q, Clubg Southern Illinois University IW MARY LOU , . . , Cl-lAi'.lPAlGNg B.S. in SpcechACorreCtiong GAMMA pm f BUSH' psyd Icrgri, Alpha Lambda Delta, Zeta Phi Eta, The lllio ll,2,3l, .5 .'.'i,.NMC,' Fmimintion Student Council IQ, 3, -:ig Honors Day tl, JI M' mug, noserzt ALEX ..,.. WAUKEGANg B.F.A. in tnduirrznt Design, GRANADA , . BU f,r-:i,- Qt tllu1,tr.wtors. Concert Band IQ- 3, -Il: Football Marching Band n'cgLl5. Piggy Ri-qirttutilnl Band Ill E BUTTS, CLARK FOREST . . . . BROADVIEW: Bbthelor ol Architecture, DELTA TAU UNH. 3, Goyiu. 5c,,,,,Q,5 Capt., Army ROTC 13, .ttf A.l.A,g Honors Day llllg Iowa gm, hi., nuns, oavto NIAL ...,. niumosttaim, s.A. an t.A.s., CAMPUS vtsw LODGE: runt- Enrension ol the University of Illinois BUYER, JAMES GIBSON ..,.. FLOSSMOOR: 8.5. in Electrical Engineering: A,l.E,E,-Ill NM Pier Extension ol thc University ol Illinois BYDAL, BRUCE AIFRED ..... MOUNT PROSPECT: 5.5. in Chemical Er1gincerinqgNOlllN0,'l1 Sirirrm T-lu 13, -tip A.I.Ch.E.g Lawrence College BYRON, SHARON ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Education, llNCOlN AVIMII mr' DENCEg University RC-limous Council l2lg Hillel Foundation Student Count-I ZR, Bw Pier Alumni Association, Student National Education Association: Navy Iv Im sion of the University ol Illinois CABLE, BARBARA DOROTHY ..... MCHENRY: 8.5. in L.A.S.: SIGMA SIGMA SIGN. bury Foundation Studen! Council IQ, Blg French Club, Navy Pict CIUHINQY . Navy Pier Extension ol the University ol Illinois CADE, DAVID JOHN ..... ,lOllETg UA. in L.A.S.g PHI GAMMA DELTA: Slthltm, H0535 Sl-ull and Crfgzcf-nt, Illini Union Committet' Il, Ylg Y.M.C.A. Committtl II. H W' lnlerlralernity Council lllg House President ldf: Student Senate ll. 7. 1I:CU""l"' on Student Aflairs l2lg Coordination Committee l2lg Freshman Covmrl: N55 if Siilvcomrnitter: ll, 23, Alumni Association Board Ill: Freshman Wed CGIHJW' fi Illini Board ol Cont'ol 13, -Ilg IAS Council ll, 215 Military Ball Corvlbitbtllfii Air Force rtotc txt, ni, Air Force Council in, Armed Forces Council. Pm-U'4f Arnold A-r Society IJ, -tlg Younct Republicans Club CALLAHAN, Anrrtun mmcts ..... CHICAGO: 9.5. in Mananomentg 'IHEIA KMA MLW' KNIJD0 PSI: Illini Union Committee I3l: Intramural Manager l'J,4lJ Ilbnd 13.-tl: Socrrrty Ior the Advancement ol Management: PCYIMIW l'0"lI'r5' Band ll,2lg Navy Pier E-tenfion ol the University ol Illinoix CALLIHAN, noocsn warns ..... ROCKFORDg e.s. in Accountancy: two Mah W- U' -'HCV Clubg Honor-. Day ll, 33 CAMENISCH, GARYIWAYNE . . . . WASHINGTON: HA, in L.A.S.: SAIYR Housfinuabn wrrw Co lr-rw CAMP. :mice tes ...,. CHICAGO, as in in-nic Educaliong Atvnrx omtcnou rr, torn, The mn, 12.31. una-.wary crtoar in, rnndrsnnt chown t41:0""" '?, 1, Ur-Rnuw University cms-neu. auteur rusozrucx ,... . PARK moss. as. in Pnyiaut cavutwr-: WV' 'f"PIfo. Vlwwfnl Education P.'..1ior: Club ll cam-sm, GLENN Montcomsnv ..... Cutcaooi as. in Financr: BACHYIQR 3 '1""- "WN" Ciuli. Honor: Day lllg Navy Pier Extension ol tho Uftvv!'V'V . wink' CAMPO. MICHAEI JASPER ..... ew.-rvrvt, as, in Engineering Fhy1iCl:PI'Yf'a ' fifn' -I, '.'.'f-sw-rn Mirhigan Collcqeg Illinois Instituto ol Tech00l0U1 Mgr!! CUNA Slllff 'JOAN . . . DlXONg as, .n einninnrrny iducation: Pl HUA 'mi I " 'J I". "'Il'-IW lhtvlafin Delta, Campus Chest l2lg H0I'I04l DIY urn CUGNONI. IOM!! tnov , . . str-urnorit. 8.5. in auianeii Adm-riir'fl'5"' 'V CHU- IIYAFQHKQOQN I . . -'-Dsnzvitte. ns. .n Home Economic!! UNCUW Ms 1'-"4 H"r1i1 Cr-fu 'ty , ull' cntson, Attcs azvenv .... atom, rats, .n ginninninry eauwroq: MIIARQV "1 fi -fr 7.1. tJn.,.-r1.1-, 1h,,,g,,, CHN, 113: y'w.C,A, Cabin!! Ill! ' .. .mn 'L P:f,r.tAnrf, ttt,,,,,, 5,,,,C Uni.,,:,u,y 474 QARISON' Ag fl I 5ARl50N' CIE DA ctntsort. UKISON- Nj QAKISONI R9 l gntsorft. RC Cnwcrthil QNNANAN. frilui. NII fraction. cxnott, vi CAIIII, MA CAIIII, NA UNY, RAY CAIUSO, .li CAIIY, IAII Cl-IIINS, I utsiov, r warm, ri-mottu ill-PIN, It l.nq,pMAN cN.,MAN Wtrrtin latin' D Gnu. WI IS. in Aer O . Students: rltistlfggl EGQE, hi. LAGG H Iiziples Fou?qld2:ignT?:U5eta ent ion: LINC Delta: Unix?elilsIltyA'ilENUE 'I National Ed .heatre s Scholarship Uggyloft As. ' Agricult ' ural Econ . Omics ties: SH ERWOOD LODGE. KU KAPPA EPSILON: Ag. ININIA PHI BETA- 5 llr 2: 31. Associale 2 Dev II, 31 in: GRANADA CLUB. 50, ching Band U, 2, gil 0, DELTA TAU DELTA: Gay. y i31: Iowa State College VIEW LODGE: Navy Pier ring: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Navy gineering: NOBLE HOUSE: LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- Student Council I21: Navy ciation: Navy Pier Exten- X SIGMA SIGMA: Canter- avy Pier Cheerleader II1: TA: Sachem, President ISI: . Committee II, 21: JUTIIOI :nate il, 2: 31: Commlllee Ian Council: N.S.A. Senate nan Week Committee IY1: Ball Committee I41: Col-I :es Council, President I4Ii TI-IETA KAPPA PI-II:'AlPl'1 Q3, 41: Second Re9'm9"'fa Pershing Rifles Il,2li ple' Dis i Beta Alpha Psi? Accounl' :YR HOUSE: Florida soiiiii- DNIICRON Pl: 5lC!"'a Alplia orus 641: Oratorio 50C'e1' :al Education: Phi Epsllon M5 Phi Eta ELOR AR 7 ' '. siiiliiiil University of IIlin0'i tics: Physics Society: Plesl' echnoIoQY 'I BETA PHI: Torch' Kappa Day Il: 21 nistratiorl :Est- if LINCOLN AVENUE TA DEW . , DELTA DELCA. Com acbrinet I4If Y'W' R GERALD ..... ELGIN: B.A. in L.A.S.: PH of iiiw,,::oi.biii im: a:i2ri.5.iLi:fMi::We-ef I ' ' ' . ' ef - lg?-its Glee Club C I I JI em: Council' Presldefll i41: First Lieut., Arms ROTC RLES VICTOR ..... LOMBARD: B.S. in A ' If 7 - , CARISUN' cliiitld and Furrow: Navy Pier Extension of the SEE:-lerlslhif Qglllllizldiral Economlcs Club: LEE ..... LOCKPORT: B.S. in Mecha ' l E ' ' . - . CARLSON' Dlllldligt Junior College mca ngmeermg' P' Tau S'9"nai A-5-M-E-: RLSQN NANCY ANN ..... KANKAKEE: B.S. in Home Economics. SHERWOOD LODGE H CA ' Economics Club: Honors Day 131: Beloit College ' 7 ome ERT GIDEON ..... ORION: B.S. in Chemist : THE MAN . . . CARlS0N,Rgx1i Lambda Upsilon: Wesley Foundation Student Councilslggll AA.lCJgE'ClA ISCT1nEai Honors Day I31 ' SON ROBERT STANLEY ..... GENEVA: B.S. in Marketing' Illini Campus Amv t P CARI. 1 202: Illini Sportsman's Club: Marketing Club: Aurora, College: Northern Rlinoilstsigiz University ' CARMICHAEL HERBERT WAYNE ..... HEYWORTH: B.S. in Agriculture: ALPHA GAMMA RHO. ' - 'I Th tr Crew iI1:S.N.I.B. iI,21: PI is P C - , - . ' lJXFril,RrRCglTC IDE 415: Hoof and Horn Club OW Oy rom ommmee tal' First hem" N, LEE ANN ..... MOUNT VERNON: B.S. in Home Eco ' : ALPHA OMI . CARNAHA The Daily Illini U1: Illini Union Committee i'l,21: Univlecidslilsfs Theatre Managgrog University Theatre Crew il, 21: Terrapin CI1 ' ' NICHOLAS JOHN ..... CHICAGO: B.s. in Accountanc : ri-IETA CHI: w .N .5 . . CMMS' chem: The Illio II,2,3,41: Junior Interfraternity Codlncil iI1: Second ?LieLit.,eeAriay ROTC I3, 41: Phi Chi Eta 13, 41: Honors Day U1 iiIzosA, ALFREDO ..... BUCARAMANGA, COLOMBIA: B.S. in Civii E ' ' , BROWERY, CAR Chi Epsilon: A.S.C.E.: Colombian Students Club: University ofnSihlieeeAl?c?es: American University CARROLL, PATRICIA MARABETH ..... HARVEY: B.S. in the Teaching of French: CHI OMEGA: Shorter Board: Shi-Ai: Illini Union Committee iI,21: Star Course Manager II,21: Panhellenic Executive Council 131: Freshman Council U1: Panhellenic Ball Committee CI1: French Club: Skull and Crescent Queen CARTER, MARY DELL ..... LEWISTOWN: B.S. in Physical Education: STRATFORD HOUSE: W.A.A. il,21: Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee L41: Terrapin II,2, 31: American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter: Young Republicans Club CARTER, NAMAN RAY ..... CHRISTOPHER: B.S. in L.A.S.: DELTA SIGMA PHI: Junior Inter- fraternity Council i21: Lieut., Army ROTC i3, 41: Phalanx I3,41: A.I.Ch.E.: Illini Sportsman's Club: Young Republicans Club CARTY, RAYMOND .IAMES .IR ...... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202: Navy Pier Extension of the University oi' Illinois CARUSO, JEROME CARMEL ..... OAK PARK: B.F.A. in Industrial Design: PHI KAPPA: Phi Eta Sigma: Society of Illustrators: Illini Union Committee iI1: Honors Day Il,2, 31: Uni- versity of Illinois Scholarship Key CASEY, LARRY LEE ..... BINGHAM: B.S. in Agriculture: Alpha Zeta: Y.M.C.A. Committee il, 21: Second Lieut., Army ROTC i3, 41: Field and Furrow: Honors Day C21 CASSENS, ROBERT GENE ..... DIXON: B.S. in Agriculture: NOBLE HOUSE: Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma: Field and Furrow: Hoof and Horn Club: Honors Day il, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key CASSIDY, PATRICK EDWARD ..... EAST MOLINE: B.S. in Chemistry: ALPHA CHI SIGMA: House President 131: A.C.S.: Augustana College CATANIA. FRANK ANGELO ..... CHICAGO: B.E.A. in Advertising Design: A.I.A.: New Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Cl'AN0lER. THOMAS ROBERT ..... ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN: B.A. in L.A.S.: SIGMA NIJ! Ma' W3fI'D-3: Sachem: Skull and Crescent: Phi Eta Sigma: Y.M.C.A. Board of D6reCt0rS l3,41: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet i2, 31, President I41: Y.M.C.A. Committee ll,2, 3,,41: 535215 Chest i21: Student Senate i2, 31: Committee on Student AFFairs i31i EFISIQY1: N i3:41: Navy Council U1 CHAPIN, JOAN ELIZABETH ..... EVANSTON: Bachelor of Architecture: DELTA ZETAE GBEDLIEQ Alpha Alpha Gamma: Illini Union Committee Il:2:31i A'l-A-F Young epu ' Club: Honors Day U1 CHAPMAN, EARNEST LAVERIE ..... PAXTON: B.S. in Agriculture: Alpha Phi Omega CHAPMAN. JOHN ARTHUR ..... GREENFIELD: es. in Agricultural Eneineeringi A-5-Af' CHASTAIN. WILLIAM Eivimnt ..... ROCHESTER: B.S. in Civil Engineering: FORBES HOUSE: A-S-C-E.: iviiiiikiri university CHI . : IES' DONNA RAE ..... SPRINGFIELD: B.s. in Education: STRATFORDIHCjlf5EgU132'S'ANal?6:3l Eratorio Society i31: Uni-Baptist Foundation Student Council I3, If CH ducatron Association: Ottawa University l - ' ' I : N' WA' VYRN. . . . CI-IICAGO, B.S. in Chemistry: STRATEORD HOUSEQUJ1':i"Sg?'Uk5l'ggn22s DIN Christian Fellowship i31: A.C.S.: German Club:.Cl'j""959 U e cms ay i2li NaVY Pier Extension of the University of IIIIFIOIS H . ' F - om' trait KEN' - - - i - PARK FOREST: es- A'P'r iiiiii.t.?:.K2!ii:.a.::ip Keaton Student Council i3,41: Honors Day iI,2:31i University 0 475 4 ' f' 1 I is i,, r 8 5 . ... .Mt A' X ' I lf law Z? Q TT 1' . Alb. 'RQ If ,if N:- r X . Qi? at PN I . A f N - I I' .fl ? V I, ., 2 .. 15, 4, - . .3 vm .V fi.. 7. v 6 1, .za 1, S ai I Q ' -L liaise 'rf T' T' If ui it sf it, A yllqi 1 ,j ig A ,per ! , fl? J 'Q 1 1 -' ist I I it y ' . A . I :A ' I I ,E I ' Q: as 'bv Ei " I Q- . if. - T' I t .af 'D I . I N ef: :Def ' 53 cw -, 3 A A gn. - I 3-I , Q' I3 A in ' ,X E7 fb 'L' C v 5 CHUDEK CHVAL, CICIGOI CISARIK CLAFLIN. CLANCY CLARIDGE THOMAS DOCKLER .,... KNOXVILLE: 5.5. an Amnagenienv, Illini C,.,,,,,, CLARK JERRELL DALE ..,.. SESSER: B.S. in Accountancy: COLLEGE HALL: Home Pruidrr ll I CLARK JOHN BELL ..... SYCA-MORE: B.S.. in Chemistry .anCi Mznhemolicxg ALMA uni W CLARK, Juov MARGARET ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.s. in Izlcmcmafy Baumann, KAPPA wn CLARK, More MARILYN ..... CHICAGO: 5.5. in L.A.s.: ALLEN HALL: Navy Piev AI.,...III., CLARK, CLARK, CLARK, RICHARD CRAIG .... , RIO: B.S. in Agriculture: Agricultural Economic! Club CLAUSER, CAROL JEAN ..... EVANSTON: B.A. in 1l'Ic Teaching oi Socill S1udivi:AlF0l CLAYCOMB, GORDON MONROE ..... CHILLICOTHE: B.S. in Aoronnuliul EWHIGW4 B '- CLEARY, JOANN MARIE ..... BLOOMINGTON: B.S. in L.A.S.: MCKINLEY HALL: GNFU' CLEVENGER, COWLES LEE . . . . FREEPORT: B.S. in Agriculture: LUNDGREN HOUYIUWH CLEVER, ROBERT LYNN ..... BATAVIA: B.A. in Ihc Teaching ol Social Slvdiil: a 'Aho CLOVER, PATRICIA JEAN ..... EAST ST. LOUIS: B.A. in 'hc Teaching of SociolS9uJ5ll1uw COADY. ELAINE ..... SPRINGFIELD: 8.5. in raw: Educalion: CHI OMEGA: S5900 W' COBB. RICHARD ELLSWORTH ..... WESTERN SPRINGS: B.F,A. in lndutiflil onaful U COCHIAN, HOWARD EUGENE ..... LAWRENCEVILLE: 8.5, in AccovnIlNYf ou SQ. comv. uosamnv ANNETTE ..... CHAMPAIGN: a.A. in L,A.s.: Phi 'UW' 51,11 Q3 column, MARY uzL:u ..,.. cmisseuncg ILS. in Journnlism: ALPHA GUM' 'ups 9 cocswm. cuunc ..... CHAMPAIGN: 5.5, an GMWI enganmang: Dill' 'WM " comm. muon was . .... CHICAGO- a.s. in L.A.s.- roness 476 CNF c0NfN'R T LA COWORN. I S lil BARBAJ C CO COLE- JAMES: coli. PATRIC l JI coIEMA"'- I 4 coiuus. RN COLVIN, CAI gcwoord. R4 CONT, ROBE come, LOUI QQNNELLY. KONNORS, I COOKSEY, I COOLIY. M COOIII, I: coom. II zooms, coou, ng C0914 wg, CON. ALI C0IIIgg' A COUMQH' CODNILLE CWMILI COIILLLQ KOLTIN' I Delta 5' Illini, 'ilmfff Tile aVY Pie, DELTA, - olee ClUi'i'2a4lAIpha HALL: DallY Pro. Alpha Delt . Associatibnslganai Extension 02 'Lf' e Mortar Board, Torch I 2, 33, A . : .Phi ScholarZhlirSlal2iyEgg0' Engineering: ALP CBI Sigma: Phi av H121 31: University I"tI'5 Illini Campus Amvel S ALL5 House President C41- hematics5 ALPHA KA Alpha Phi Omega, Pipm Football Marching Band t Council C2, 3, 41: Hamm Education5 KAPPA KAPPA ner 0,215 Y.W.C.A. Cam. .5 Navy Pier Alumni Asso. ty of Illinois -MAC LODGE5 Agriculture State Normal University !'e5 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: 415 Pershing Rifles U15 So- Economics Club Social Studies5 ALPHA Xl ew C215 St. Olaf College :nautical Engineering: 309 Gymnastics SqUaCli CBP'-I INLEY HALL: Qmega PW sleyan Universltvi Unlvel' DGREN HOUSE: Field and Social Studies: El PAllOl . - . HA f S ial Studies, ALP, leo Illigc Cl: 2, 33, AS5"C'a'e . Iota: EGA5 Sigma AlPha . iffy ill: Illini Umor Com Iustrial Design: A'l'A' :ountanCYi CH.l PSII Illini 3,435 Phi Chl fa la Al Ef' .' - I3 ra Phi Kappa Ph" lllll2,gli lub: Honors DBY ' '-A'i A GAMMA nIE,LlrfZgff"l2ll Har Course 5 SILONI DELTA KAPPA EP Pier A"l"":l USE: NNY Unit Cliixtensivfl of 'he ONALD Eu . . . WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY' B S in Jo I c0llf"" R The oailv'liIini ia, 41 ' ' ' "ma limi Sigma Delta Chi, RY EUGENE ..... CARPENTERSVILLE: B.S. in L.A.S.. TOWNHOU 'Yi golilll Um.. A 1 P st No. 202, III S I ' . . SE, A.S.c.E., Col ' glgtlcfzlgnlilgrniggvssivefshy of Marylangnl portsmans Club, Spanish Club5 Univer- A I " YLoR ..... BARRINGTON, is.A. in L.A.S., SI-I . . , c0lE,BAR5Ag:m:1Q,ee C115 McKinley, Foundation Student CouncilElCg1cO?r2nLhDDglEib.lll1T'. Hmoff -.ig Club' President C415 Bowling Green State University5 Laval University U ' lm' Sk' UEL ..... PARK FOREST5 B.S. in A I , cole' 'lAMEsfr:Ql'Il1ity Executive Council C217 Accountancy Clgbn amy Al-PHA slGMA PHl7 lmer' MCKEE ..... BARRINGTON5 B.S. in Recre i' , SI-IERW , . colE'PA,RlEgfe1 Theatre Crew U15 Y-W-C-Ay Commllfee ll, 21? llllllOmen's GEi?LClLl.IElTgT'-I-Un'Ve.r' . C217 American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter ' errapm I n . . . ' a 0 av HELEN ..... MORTON GROVE, s.A. in Je I , PH , .Q .. L COLEMAN, Jgaily Illini C2. 3, 415 llllnl Union Committee C2,315 Thgaglll Cl15lUAI'Llhl1L-zrglllliyh Tfhe Crew C215 University Chorus U15 Greek Week Committee C31 Y ea re l' f Ai-,il CHARD BURR .... -. ROCK ISLAND, B.S. in Account , SIGMA , COLLINS, Rlcrescenn pni Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Pei, House Pfeaiileiil ist, SfUaLlXla1J'S2lEllle ' Committee on Student Dlsclpllne C415 Freshman Council5 Honors Day CI, 2, 31 ' AROLE LOU CHICAGO BS In Home Economl . ..-- 2 -- ' :ALPHAOMI . -- cowlu' C Union Committee C215 Star Course Manager U15 Orchgsis C11 CRON Pl' llllm " I I N, ROBERT LEWIS ..... ROCKPORD, l3.S..in Finance: ALPHA SIGMA PHI, U ' ' I mmm Theatre Crew U15 lnteffrafefnlfy Council CI, 415 House President C415 FinanEeveCIl,lg BERT DEXTER ..... SALEM, B.S. in Agfieulfufe, SATYR5 D ' P e i' Cl ia, ' I CONE' no and Furrow: Hoof and Horn Club5 Centralia Junior Colleggy ro UC lon U Fled LOUIS MICHAEL .... . CALUMET CITY5 B.S. in Industrial Ed t' 5 DAS HAUS5 AI h CONN' Eta Rho5 House President C415 Industrial Education Sociellym lon p a CONNELLY, SARA JEAN ..... PETERSBURG5 B.S. in Elementary Education5 KAPPA DELTA5 University Theatre Crew CI, 215 Y.W.C.A. Committee C3, 415 Campus Chest C215 Student National Education Association CONNORS, CHARLES EDWARD ..... CHAMPAIGN5 B.S. InYAccountancy5 Accountancy Club COOKSEY, LARRY DEAN ..... CENTRALIA5 B.S. in Mechanical Engineering5 Southern Illinois University5 Centralia Junior College COOLEY, MARY CARR ..... ROCKFORD5 B.S. in Elementary Education5 DELTA GAMMA5 Illini Union Committee U15 University Theatre Manager C215 University Theatre Crew CI15 llllgreek C21 COOPER, DONALD EUGENE .... . COLLINSVILLE5 B.S. in Accountancy5 DELTA TAU DELTA5 Illini Union Committee C2, 315 Accountancy Club COOPER, ROSALIND, .... CHICAGO, B.S. in L.A.S., LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, Illini Union Committee Cl, 21 COORDES, DONALD REINHARD ..... DANFORTH5 B.S. in Agfieulfufe, Agricultural Education Club5 Honors Day C31 mls, ROBERT EDd B. . . HAVANA5 B.S. in Agriculturef Alpha Tau Alpha, Agricultural Edv- catlon u Wifi WINSLOW FOSTER ..... RANTOUL5 B.S. in Electrical Engineering, PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Intramural Manager C215 A.l.E.E.-I.R.E.5 Illinois Wesleyan UnIverSItY CORK' MAN BRLICE - .... ROCKTON: B.S. in Restaurant Management: DEI-TA UP5llONf Unl' T Ve'5lIY Theatre Crew CI, 215 Star Course Manager CI, 21 C0 . . . RLIS5, JOHN GRAHAM ..... CHICAGO5 B.S. in Industrial Eng.IrIeerIng5 ACACIA, llgllesbx Eg? BaUble: University Theatre Manager C2, 3, 41: UI'llVGl'SliY Tllealre, Creglfnl 'U El:-,jf gil ROTC C315 Military Council C2, 315 Ordnance Club l3Ii P9l'5ll"'9 ' ES ' ' ' ard and Blade C2, 31 CQR . . . Nm' Ewil BUTLER JR ...... LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: Bachelor of Music, XCPIQ llilvdftlplta co 5Irtfonla5 University Theatre Cast C415 Spring Musical C41: UfllV9l'SllY 0 er' U V Il . - . NME' JAMES FRANK ..... WEST FRANKFORT5 B.S. in AccountancY: Sigma Delta PM Af oUmanCY Club: Centenary College COSTA! . . ILE' HGENE ANTHONY ..... CHICAGO- B.S. in AccountancY: House PfeS'de"' l2' 37' COUMBUCY Club: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 . . L - RRY ALLEN SOUTH HOLLAND BS in Marketing' FORBES HOUSE' Ma' el coslfllb. TE - ..... 5 . . . f - - I' ' com Ing Club, Varsity -I-rack Squad KU: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Il IDOIS N, RI CHARD JAMES ..... CHICAGO- B.S. in Marketing: llllnl CMPUS Amvels pgs' No' 1 . I g?2IIllIllar.l'elln9 Club: University of Wisconsin: NaVY ple' Exlenslon of lhe Umversl Y nols 'vlan 1-it I v I-v1,g' , ,mg 1 Crgf., , A-. 'Lev' I. If fj 'RL fate ,Lf Qs.. 1 C . 1 .e YF' 5X ff, RE L ag fs! A I I J xwf L. f L ,X A . -3:5 X 449' ,,,.,,, R , - A , 'tr .F xg ., Cx. , nr "li f lit 2 ' ,, ' 'V 1: 'U' , i I .. ' WD Q c , 9 -' - "7 I T3 I S if -d . 5, f--an : ff ,An Va I L.. X' In I I I I 1. I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I I S I 2 I '7 I I "Q, II Q, I - I A , bf' , - I I. . I. 5 If I uv W 'l . YJ' I I 4' 9 I 5? -L? 'lf I H I 2 ,. I ,. 7' I X . I 'IA K 4' 1 H 543 N A 4 l 1 F D 'I 1 K N 1? 49D .4 0 0- 31- , , in an P 4- V v 36 , 'I-II"GW 5.5. 'n L.A.S.: FORBES HUUS - . ww GOHPPH Ivkflr. I. my .II N.SI'I2:5"' .QI-, f I If ""l"vw REER . . . . '.'.ILL'.AUxEE, WISCONSIN: Bachelor I A . COURIEAU D0Nfmf,Ff,., I.,--II new rl -IIA.: Honors DIIICIQ, Qfh'f,':f: I-.I Yf " 'Eli' :Im "VN 5.5. I M-:Ia 'c I E ' I , COWARD GEORCIE ZLLEJTE .S A Z HCV2TbCDM xl I1 L I III a I19InCCr 119. COLLEQQ HAM .QI VARIL- 5: .II EIcIIIcIII-Irv EdI.Ic.uIcnI QHERWOOD N . ' A . v . Cox canol AN X- II, I .:- L'nxL-15415 Tlwnirc Crew III, Ncwmmr , wwffrl ' NV- :Wi ,, Il: Grqgrw SIAII3 UnIvIgr5IIy Dyna. 'U' 54, COX ROYAL LEE EIGGDI-'ILLE 5.5. .II Acccunhwncy: Chi G-Ilvma lou: Accow-mv .. ,. ,. f I I I l qua . , . . . ., VID ROWA-H A FEQRIN ES. III CILII FIIgIm:r:rIng- Sigma T5 5 gh' A CMG DA J, ,,.,,I, RQIQ 3 I- A.5.c.E.- HQIIOIS my gay U 'Ea' I' 5- , , , , FRINCETON ELS. In lI'lI3rI.L'Iingg PSI UPSILQNUM T N, WARREN TRUE JR. . g l CREVIS O -Im., ,,',,..,., I FII-1.I'III.In V.Ir5IIy Baaeball Squadg Marks,-IIng Clvb ' vm" cuwroszo, noasnr PHILIP ...,. FALL mvsn, r.IA5sACHusgI1s. as .II I0,,,,,,I,,, Vw, ngugi VIII Alpha II-.0137 SIQIIILI Della Clwrg The Darly IlIInI I2, JI: Cuhpn Og. I' g,,,,IX.,-3.1 VMIII-, f1.y5ujLj.Ill Squad: Varsny Track Squad IQJ5 WILL D. AI, MNA L FMIIIIIIIQII SIIIIQIII Cconml II, 2, 3, .ilg Frcslwman Week Commlngq I-31 MT: III,-I III- CK-I' I-.IPGU ' I CROLL, DIANE . , . GLfNVlE'.'." US, In JOLJIIIAIISIUZ ALPHA DELTA PI: Alphg ljghbd. sth TM- I2'Io I IIIIIII UIII-an CQIIIIIIIIIICIQ ll. fl: Ullivcrsily Thcalrc Crew HIL S., cad .'.'..II-.Im-I I, Q, WFGU IDT: Honors Day Ill CROOKS, CLARENCE JAMES JR ...... PEORIA: B.A. In L.A.S.: ALPHA PHI ALPHA, Ing.. FI.:e.III-II: I.:', Dqlm SIqm.1 Ornicronf Junior Bar Associariong Rho Epplong 504,-, 1, III AclI..wcqmIgnI QI h'I.umQuIII0rIIg 'NPGU CROSBY, CAROL ANN ,,... KANKAKEE B,S. HT Business Educmiong BUSEY HAIL- U,,.,,,,,, TI'IgII'I-,I Crm-. III' Bosinuss Educarion Clubg Sludcril National Education CML bum-, If.I,I Il, 2, 3: Llmvcrsny ol Illinois Scholarslwip Key CROSS, JOHN SCHOLL ,.,.. BELLEVILLEQ B.S. In L,A,S,g LAMBDA CHI ALPHAg Sm gr-Lggwci JIIII.cI InII-rlI.uIcrnII-,' Coorwcil III, House Prcsidcnl I-ilg l.U,S.A. Buberdxopgm 1, Hcucrz Day IQI CUMMINS, DONALD PAUL . . . . MONTICELLOg B.S. In Mcclmnical Enginporing CUNNINGHAM, MARY JO ...,. GEORGETOWN: 5.5. In Home Economics: 4-N HOUSE, VIII CI-IIaIIzIIrIfI- PI, W,A.A. Il, 2 3, -515 PanI'IuIlI:nic W.G,S. Coordinnmg Cornnmpq .L k'I'vIII:f FoLInd.xIIon Srodcnl Council Il, 2, 3, dlp All-Ag FIcId Day Cornrrmn 1, Flo.-.lzoy Prom COIIIIIIIIIUJ ll, 2, JI: 5Y'lO'BDll COITWFITITICC II, -Ilg Home ECOGOH-K1 Cm LIIIIc Umhgd Nnlrons CUNNINGHAM, PATRICIA ANNE .,... EDWARDSVILLE: 8.5. In HOITTC ECOOVOWTIOCIL lf! PLAIIIIA GAI'.If.'IA, Y,W.C.A. Commnfcc ISI: llliqrr-ck I-ll: Slcphcnl COIIQQQ CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS HENRY MACKEY ..... MARTINSVILLE' 8.5. In AQFOUUVTNII TNG' WI. LI'-I.-I. Col.. An Pom- ROTC IJ, -ily l.A.S.p Iowa Sldlc College CURRY, CHARLES FREDRICK ...., ELMHURSH B.S. in General Engineering: THETA CNl.fl9" Un-an CQIIIIIIIIIQQ Illg Y.M.C,A, COFIIYYIIIICY: Ifllg CnpI., Army ROTC Il ll: n'X'0'h 3, -3, II'-ark.:-Inmy Club CURTIS, BARBARA ASN ..... IALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAQ 8.5. in Agrlcullurtl ALLEN .WHA Htncrz .xy III cunns, nanny rossrm .... oI:IfIIIoI.IA cm, OKLAHOMAg as. in l.A,SI: KAN! 'W' I Il l'I3II:I- PIII! dr-nr I3- cusmrmo, Ioserm vmcsm ..... I.I:.IwooD. as. In L.A.S.: SIGMA PI: 'M 3 " 'I "If" I. 2. TI .llrmor IrI:r,rIr.1Ir-rniry Czwncll Illg Sludvnl SUNIU II- L Em-I-L Cf,.,4,IF.Isf-P '11, F,I,I 'VWUIH ,q,,,,y RQIC 13, ,gk Zen yum. Alpha III: r""'r.w': AILII CWIKLINSKI, RONALD JOSEPH ..... CHICAGO, 9.5. .II rmfucrang, PHI SIGMA "f1'I"'II"M 'PM TIIIIII III IIIIIII Il, -II, v.IIIIry Goll Squad I2. 3. ll-UW: ' "NI '-'MII-I C-I-II 3III,,IfI, III.I,I--QI, IQI, r.I.IIIfIaf.n club: Honors Dov ll DANMAN. an ARTFUIR .... C-I-LL5I:URCvp as. In r.IQII.MI.f.I sngafmvim: !v0""c" " ' 'y 'Ulf-Ijfg , In DAIUDIN. DAVID Amrronv , . wisx CHICAGO. Im. In FIIIIIIWII Ch- GW" 'dag 5' -r F -lf. l "MIC" Clolu, Illmr Cnmpuz Arhvcls Poll No. mzl nav' M UM' Mlhljrw I-Inv I.'.'r-IIrI5f.II, ns. In QICIIIUIIIQIY Educnrion: Pl Wawwg ' C iv! I UNI: :1"I'if'f" Cor1mII!IIyry Q25 UnIvryr5IIy Thcllft CW" lllI 'S 'Z ':I' 'rw n:1f,f,M,mn DANIUHN' 'Il'lf'3fI'3. B 3, In A5IrII:.1lIorr:g Morgan Pork Ju050' cd? ll one . If LIY, ELAINE .-,-zsmzra SPRINGS, 55, in Home ggmww AMI:-.Magi ,' 'M 'H III"'I UYHUY1 Ccmrmliqq H15 House pfclldifn Ill! . Vi'-r f-cI'5."rI.fg CIMI-I. 0"'05'Y- A'1'NQNT.JOSEPI1 . , IIIICOIII, Im, .n r.r..mgQIw-I: SIQNW FI , "',' " ""7'l1W 3'2Ifw'i '2. 3, -1,, LQIIQ-r I-SI, Fu,-ghmon VINWY MRM' DEI LIASNM' JI QAVIS, 00' QAVIS. MA MVIS, RAN IIAVIS, R0 Invrs. VII IIAVISON. DIAL, SAI NCKIR, W NINIR, I MLA CUEI DHA CUE UILONG, DIIVIAUI DIMPSIY DIHUNNI UINIY, I OINNIS, OINOIM DIPAUW Muuy, MVAI9 EJIIQNH UICANII DICKINE a:,., hwf, VUTC Ijglgl ph, Ch' Em fldj 475 HUUSE. Nav . ' P' 1. Navy Pie! Ellfgnglllumni on of elor of Arch. D ltect . aY I2, 31: Unlxzl G . ar tv of 9ineerIn9: COLLEGE HALL ion: SHER : Newmanvgg,23al,LODGE: 'on Stu. a Iota: Accountancy Club' Qma Tau: Chi Epsilon, Sec I PSI UPSILO . - . eting Club N' U"'I'e'Sllv -S. in Journalism- FOR ' I BE I I2, 31: Campus Qllesl ll? 21: WILL I3, 41: Newma' ek Committee I315 younn 9 Pl: Alpha L bd , Latre Crew II1?nStara Clisife ,LPHA PHI ALPHA: H 1: Rho Epsilon: Societyolllii l: BUSEY HALL: University tal Education Club: Honors t-ll ALPHA: Star and Scroll: .U.S.A. Barbershoppers I31: Engineering mics: 4-H HOUSE: Y.W.C.A. oordinating Committee l41: Field Day Committee l3l: , 41: Home Economics Club: Home Economics: KAPPA Stephens College . in Aeronautical Engineer- te College '1eering: THETA Cl-ll: -lllllll y ROTC I3, 41: Phi Chl EIB Agriculture: ALLEN HAl.l: in L.A.S.: KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA PI: Illini Union 3 : G eel! ent.Senate Il, Zgll Ygung 3 Sigma Alpha I I SIGMA KAPPA: llllfli IZHIZ, 3, 41, Lette' IZ 3' Al' 1: Honors DBY Ili . Corn- gineeringi Evanston . AC- - Ch' Gamma Iota: TSI 2021 HonorS DBY IZ' Si . PA SIGMAI Iielogievrifl Iiiiiipstudent Na' ell Junior College' Roosev l,lli Pl'li anomics: ALpi.ieAEEonorTl'f5 :lent I41f Hom , 'be OI Illini lGMA PI, TV' dill. lirsitt' Football Squa .lf ORES ANNE ..... FLOSSMOOR: B.F.A. in Art Education. Al-PHA CH Ant, DEI d, T Ii: Th III It, 21: S1 C , I OMEGA: D xlnrl-Isgrroggard orc e IO ar ourse Manager I2, 31: Concert and Enter- ONARD ...., CHICAGO: B.S. i L.A.S.: F , , DASKAL, JAT,loi.iEe Presiden'r,I4I: A.C.S-: German Cilub: Navy ?2TeBiESAlUr2hiSEAss2ZTet9a Beta PII Day l11: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois a 'om Honors WILLIAM ci-IARLEs ...,. UBELLEVILLE: as ' M , y DAvENFoRT'Crescent: Illini Union Committee- I2, 31: JunioIinlntgI3:2tiaTr?iTy' lalll. slziiull and Applied Arts Council I31: First Lieut., Army ROTC l3, ill: Phi Chl Eta ls ,A 'ine and for the Advancement of Management ' I' sOF'e'Y LD WYLLIE ..... WAUKEGAN: B.S. in Manag 9, SIG l DAVIS, DONllcappa Psi: Society for the Advancement of MaT1ndS2men1,Ailil1C-Liinu g,'ilILA32A' Alpha GUERITE MARY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Sp h C ' . I DAVIS' MARtionaI Collegiate Players: University Theatre Ca:PCl3, 1D':reIElioT:2e Piiiesliidlenimlltli this.: of oND ALLEN ..... BETHALTO: B.S. in A ' It , A - . y DAVIS, RAYfgoulhem llllnols University gricu ure gricultural Education Club, OBERT ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: GARNER HOUSE: P' Ch': H - , MVIS' R Society for the Advancement of Management: Hofstra Cjlilegei N?xiJiePlZfslEcig2:,Si2Q of the University of Illinois IRGINIA MAREA ..... PONTIAC: B.F.A. in Ad t' ' D ' 7 CH . DAVIS' V Alpha Chi: Iowa State College ver Ising eslgn 1 OMEGA' Gamma DAWSON, MARI ANNE .... DANVILLE: B,S. in Elementary Education: ALLEN HALL: Danville Junior College f pm, BARBARA HAZEL ..... JENNINGS, LOUISIANA: B.A. in L.A.S.: Louisiana College DECKER, RUTH ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in. the Teaching of Social Studies: LAUREL HOUSE: The lllio II,21: Illini Union Committee I2, 31 DEENER, MILBERT CHARLES ..... EAST PEORIA: B.S. in Marketing: COLONIAL MANOR: AC. countancy Club: Marketing Club: Young Democrats Club DELACUESTA, HERNAN ..... MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA: B.S. in Civil Engineering: SIGMA TAU GAMMA: A.S.C.E. DELA CUESTA, IVAN RICARDO ..... MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA: B.S. in Civil Engineering: SIGMA TAU GAMMA: A.S.C.E.: Colombian Students Club: National University ot Colombia: Queens College DELONG, EDWARD EWING III ..... WAUKEGAN: B.S. in Journalism: DELTA TAU DELTA: Sachem: House President I3, 41: Tribe of Illini I2, 3, 41: Varsity Track Squad I2, 31, Letter I2, 31: Freshman Varsity Track Squad: Varsity Football Squad l2, 31: Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Maior, Air Force ROTC I3, 41: Arnold Air Society I3, 41: Scabbard and Blade I3, 41 DELVEAUX, ARNOLD RICHARD JR ..... .CHICAGO: B.S. in Management: Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement ot Management DEMPSEY, RONALD EUGENE ..... AURORA: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: DELTA TAU DELTA: Varsity Gymnastics Squad l2, 31: Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad: Fresh- man Varsity Football Squad: Lieut. Col., Army ROTC I3, 41 DEMUNNO, JIM FRANK ..... ELMWOOD PARK: B.S. in Journalism: Sigma Delta Chi: Uni- versity Theatre Cast I3, 41: WILL-TV I3, 41: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202: Market- lll9 Cll-lb: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Young Democrats Club: Spanish Club: Northwestern University: Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois UFNBY. DELBERT ALFORD ..... GIRAPD: B.S. in Agriculture: ALPHA GAMMA PI-Io, Ma-Wan: Da: Illini Union Board I41: Maior Chairman Block I Illini Union Committee I31: IIlInI Union Committee II, 21: Men's Glee Club II, 2, 3, 41: S.N.l.B- Il, 21: All-A9 Fleld Day Committee II, 21: Plowboy Prom Committee Il, 21: Hoot and. Horn Club: g.M.CllX.l3lfommittee II1: Board of Fraternity Affairs I31: lntertraternity Executive ounci UENNIS, MARVIN DUANE ..... BYRON: B.S. in Accountancy: PI KAPPA ALPHA: Star and SCVOII: House President I3, 41: Freshman Varsity Track Squad: lnlfamvffll MGDBQEV I2, 31: IM Rec Board I2, 31: Lieut., Army ROTC I3, 41: Phi Chi Eta I3, 417 ACCOUDIBWCY Club: Honors Day II1 MY' ROBERT WILLIAM ..... ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN: B.S. in Management: Sigma Iota EPSIIOH: Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement ot Management: Honors Day I3I: University ot Florida: University of Maryland DENO DEPAUW: JAMES FRANCIS ..... EAST MOLINE: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: NEWMAN HAI-I.: PI Tau Sigma: Saint Ambrose College DE . . - - Huw' RICHARD ARTHUR ..... GENESEO: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: Un'Ve'5'IV Ch'-'Il-'S Ill: Men's Glee Club II1: A.F.S.: A.l.Ch.E.: A.S.M.E. DEV . . AMER' 'll0NAlD LEE ..... HARVEL: as in Mechanical Engineeflngi LOOK-OUTEMANOR, suse President Ist, First Lieut., Army Rorc Ia, 41: Phalanx I3, 41: A-S-NL - DILEN . . . . , EDETTO. PArsY vINcENr . . BROOKLYN New Yoiaic, B.S. in civii Engineering, Capt-1 Army Rorc Ia, 41, seeieiy ot Americah Miiiieiy Engineers IG, 41: A-5-Ci ni A CANIO, THOMAS CHARLES Un" VeI5llY of Illinois. I A I I CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: Navy Pier Extension of 'he D ICKINSONI JUDlE ANNE Alpha Chl: Illinois Wesleyan University . . . SPRINGFIELD: B.S. in Journalism: ZETA TAU ALPHA: Gamma 479 ,bl C IL!!! Q... 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A. in who llmwclxinu QI Engl hz A V D IMPERIO' lr-:UL -J' J- ,.A,,. fix Fix 5.Id,,-nl Ccnnril ,SH Illini Fovqngic Anoglayign, Hisklllgfi T 'I gi, 5-C. Ev.,--w on of :lip Llnwursily ol Illinois A 'cu 'IN L MARAN SINLLI'-'I FH-1'.',O DISTRICT BURMA: 5.5. in Pdf-cl1a.,'ul DING WA In-Imjg p, j,,L Q my Un Liguny ol Rangoon I Englmwmi I DIRKS HERMAN . ..5VRlIJGFlELD: BFA. in Landscape: Arclxilcclurcg Junify lny,,g,.,'0, ' gf ,-5,2 I Lmwdscxm- Avclwfuclwu Socictl' W' DIIIMER, PAUL HERBERT ..... CHICAGO- 8.5. in M.m.19'f"l0'1I: PHI KAPPA: SacIscm35.I,,3mg C,,.,,.-nf, Prclidvnl, Alplm Kxppa Psip Illini Union Coinznillcq lj, .ali Cunpvt Gin, , F4-gui ci Fl.x'I-rn fy Aflnirg ,3, -Pg Inli,-rlr.xTcrn:ly Excculivvi Council IQ, 34 4-. ,Ag gfiv.-vim-I-fini'-, Ccuncil ll'g House Frcsidunl I-Il: SIUCICFII Scnglq- IQII jlhqfaf 1, -..M3,..,,,: CMD: 55:,,.gy lg: lhl Advnncmini,-nf ol f.'I.nmqcn1cnl5 Hqngu DM. or DJERF, JOHN ALFRED ..... LOCKIIORV B.S. in Civil Ennincvrringg NOBLE HOUSE, Mp, yy, QQ-,C my llc-,gg Pri.-:idk-nl I-Il: Cnpl.. Air Forte ROTC I3, -Ili ASC E. DLUHY, JOHN MICHAEL JR ...... MELROSE PARKQ 3.5, in L.A,S.g NEWMAN HAIL: S-Ar, Si-n.w'v ,.I'- FI-,rinq Clnlu DOEHRING, DERALD CLARENCE ..... LINCOLN: 8.5. in Accoimmncyg Alpha Kipp: M.. gi qc.n!.-n",' Clulm Livvoln Collnmf DOEPP, ROBERT ALAN ..... HOMEWCOD' BS. in L.A.S: GARMEN: VIII EI-1 Sinmlp lcv-,ukgq Om..-fm Pg-in Pig House PICSICIQIWI UTI: University Choir I-il, Me,-n'5 Gln Clvb ll' fy Hcnc-'L Un-,' llff DOHME, ADLON CAROL ..... CHAMPAIGNJ HA, in L.A.S.: KAPPA KAPPA GAMMAQ if 9-mvdg Shi-Ai, Pu,-5 cl-.nl l3lg Alpha Lamlndn Dclmy Zcln Phi Elo: Illini Union boudig !.'..u,cr Cluqirnmn Illini Relations Illini Union COnm1i!lcu lfllg Illini Union Cowen? 'Xu Illini Union Toinmilugig II, 27, Pnnlvrllonic Fxcculivc Council IJ, Al, Sludvnl SQNNEI, Cfwvwn 11--w on Sludcnl Affairs l-ll: Grcclc Week Commillcc l2lg Pgnllgllqniq hll Cm Milli- fl, H.v.v.-ii Club, Honor: Day II, 2, fllg Univcvsily ol Illinois Scholvlflfh fn DOLAN, JAMES TERRY , .... SULLIVAN, B.S. in Aqricullurcg Aqricullurnl Economitt Cldnfrl .avri I1irrO.'.g Illini Sp0r"nmn'g. Club DOMXE, KAREN MARIE ..... VJAUKEGANg 8.5, in Elemcnlary Edurnlion, ALPHA DLL!! fl, Illini Union Covwwllfrc l?lq Womcn's Glcc Club l'2, 3, -ily Olalorio Sotidy ITIJGMMO Drlln DONAHOO, WILLIAM WARREN ...,. WASHINGTON: B.S. in Journalism, FORBES NUJH. fi 'wi-s IE.-Im Cliig Doha Sinn-.3 Omicvon DOUGLAS, ROBERT PHILLIP .,... MAYWOOD1 B.S. in Elcclrical Engincmingg FLAGG A I I LII R E. III, -If Navy Pier Exlqmion ol llv: Univcuily ol Illinois DOVRE, HOWARD ADRIAN '-'JUST CHICAGO' BS. in C.-..l fiwfm-I.--I 'il-YPA NW Dl4Og lI".C. Flfolofmmuliy Slnfl IP, -Il, Illigrcck l-Ilg Emign, NROIC IJ. All NW 'fl J, .'.'.ili!.-ary Ball Covnmilwc l.1l DOWDING. FIELDER GEORGE ,.... CLARENDON HILLS: 8.5, in Elcclrical Ewimviii n' l.i ', 'Z'-, fufmi Dr-f,.mn,I151 gang fl. Qi: A.l.g,g-,1,pAg, Dowulf EARL HUGH . . - f45'II'4lJRg 8.5, in Ac-romwlical Enqinqqrinug VIII KDUN nl'I5,Qu IJ' ln" LING Fl: Ill Mu Lnailcng Sirgnm Gamma Tnu:FoollnIIM0KI1ID0 5l'f4ll','xIl l".i'YU'3i"""l'1'I IUNI ll, 7. 3, -il: l.A.S.g Honors Day II, 2. :Ili Uf'lV""'V J I' i' " Mann Yr-,1 nous. oomuo une . , . JOLIUg nA. .li LAS., Nome HOUSE: mlm mio' CGM' Don? 'A"'f,5 UUA . IWQOKFIEIU, es. in Mrgclmnicnl Engiim-viw: 0-"0" 'mall I . . ,f-Mc.,-..,,,,-v C,,.,n.,, ,QM Hmmm Day in WVU' 'Ulf :QQ mGie'.'.'oori, naw isnssv, ns, .fi Hom- trwwfw 'Www' 'Z---j 'I' 55 IIIJHJCY, Ofwcioiw Hu: Phi Umilon Omiuon: N.S.A- Svfgv' I my l","" "" I' "W'0fl Swflfnf Coimml l-il, All-Ag Field Day Commun I I: ' " "" 'I- llnm' fcfffmn-cz Club, Hoi-ion Day Ill onucxn, igfn. ALLISON . air-ravine. nf., in IAS., ALPHA XI oillA:,9""m,,,"'I H .. . nf. :Pl Iffnlvlf-. Iva Wlii Un, Illini Union Commi11f:el3ltU"""H"Q, ,' 'SF' '- I ll'l'1-"Uv ilu-mn Cu'-w 5115 Home Pfexidenf Ill! S'v4"" Q " C-""""""' '-4. Ur--vcrzily Tlwqnlrr: Board HI Ollll. SIMON! LEE pgnbiigxy. nav In phigicnl Eduumom MCKINIQY HALL or . U' nu noaifrgrlicrfff d . TT iouig, MISSOURI: 9.5, in IAS., 'AcAclA. 'WI "' - '- .'.-,llzfm lllingig Un,,,,,,,,,,.,' Modem, jumov COIIIY on f"C"4lMvi.P:1I:pv!:liisu Qii.'.i.fw.ir3r.i, e.s. in IAS., KAPPA ALPHA lf . " U' 2' fwmifw 'L 21. r.w.c.A. commaim II, 2I: C""9" I Hur. ff - Fir... E, Cmmnl ,315 Smmith Club: Honou D.Y In nkfggfl, PH DQEWEI. DEI plfws. ROB ploy' JOAI psumm. 5' worn. WA ourm. PW Nous, HI puacnsmc pullill. ouwlll, E OWICK, E' DVCUS. JE OYNOA, E OZIUBALA IALILY, I IIIINARI IIISU, IR mu, A mm, IQIUS, J IGGUIC llilll' I INUHCM LKIUCM Ilgql' IIQNMO A-F-5-: A.S of the Uimzfgiitllliruig lrtlstr ALPHA TAU W NEE HOUSE, Markeying HAUS ofE c Association, Honors DEY AY nglish, MCKINL n Mechanical Engineering re: Junior Interfraternlly APPA: Sachem, Sk 1 l3: 41:. Campus Chlglt CMI' 12, 3, 41: Juniui Senate 121: lIligreek13l, nent, Honors Day m r IOBLE HOUSE, - I A.s.c.E. Alpha Pl' NEWNIAN HALL, Studem Yi Alpha Kappa Psi, Ae. Phi Eta Siclma, Tomahawk, Men's Glee Club 1l, 21, KAPPA GAMMA, Mortar Eta, Illini Union Board 141, , Illini Union Council l3l, 13, 41, Student Senate 141, 121, Panhellenic Ball Com- Jf Illinois Scholarship Key Jral Economics Club, Field :ation, ALPHA DELTA Pl, ratorio Society 121, Gamma 'naIism, FORBES HOUSE: Iineering, FLAGG HOUSE? of Illinois Igineerinrie KAPPA DELIA ,, NROTC 13, 41, Phalanx lectrical Englfleeflngl The ,gr Phi Kappa Plllf Sggjlf M h Band llrzf ,' .I : Lllslgiversity of Illlnvls 2, Joliet Junior College USE: eeringi ARMORY HO . OLN me Econdmlgibcglrwngittee , .A. S na 9 b I3 Comfnittee llii Plow oy ll? d: xl DELTA, ,Sh0Qe',,'122lr, ilTel1lilLSlJurlJe,EiSbEInate HI? INLEY HALL S., ACACIA, Junior College ga . Ollie A fIltH,fz,l':5l'2re'f21f 1I, I may lll . - ' It Illini Uma FREDERICK ..... GRANITE CITY, 5.5, - M , DgESSEl.r l'llw'klgl5Van,Da, Sachem, Board of Fraternity Affairsn12,aEiag,?,rl1eP,:fer?Hl DELTA THETA: Council 12, 31, President 141, Flrst Lleut., Army RQTC 43 '40 'Da. T"ale"lllY Executive Honors Day 111 ' I 'ry ech'l0l09Y Society, NALD ..... Llrcl-IEIELD, ss. in A I . pllEWEL, DEAdt:nP?4,: Honors Day mi Accountancy Clubcwun ancy, coslNE CLUB, House Presl. RNARD ..... cHlcAGo, Ba'h lor f A II' . , DREWS,R0BEgK1:eD:ion of the University of mingise o rc ltecture, Scarab, A.l.A.: NavY Pier . . TROY, B.S. in Home Economics, THETA UPS . - - . , DROY, l0AN1I','2f 31: Home Economics Club, Marketing Club ILON' llllm Umon Commlftee RUHAN BARBARA MARIE ..... LIBERTYVILLE, B.A. in the Teaching of Social Studies. EVANS D ' HALL: Phi Alpha Theta, Young Republicans Club, Ripon College IGNATIOUS ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Ma , P , . DUDEK, wALgT,Fb, Society for the Advancement of ManagemeliF,gcSlFlerAlmbrb4Je lgblilgge Markelmg IA ANN ..... CHAIVIPAIGN, B.S. in Phys' al Ed t' , Sl M . DUNN' lmmlg, T rra in 12, 3, 41, Illini Christian Fellowbrili, 12LlCitl?n A KAPPA' W'A'A' I I Clu b 6 P D 1, Physical Education Malors DUQUE HERNAN ..... MANIZALES, COLOMBIA, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Colombian ' srudenre Club , MARK BURTON .... . CHICAGO, B.S. in Journal' m, ZETA BETA TA - . . DURCHMG De, Sachem, Alpha Delta sigma, The Daily Illini 11, if 3, 41, The lllio 1l,Ui,,lll:aanVY,f.Ts Chest 1l, 21, Junior Interfraternity Council 1I1, Young Democrats Club, Young Re- publicans Club 'l'l' RICHARD LEE ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Electrical Engin ' : COLLEGE HALL, WRRE l A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., Navy Pier Extension of the University of Ilzitirzbig DIJWELL, DAN ALLAN ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, SIGMA PHI DELTA, University Chorus 12, 41, A.S.M.E., Wright Junior College DWECK, EDWARD MEYER ..... NEW YORK, NEW YORK, Bachelor of Architecture, NOBLE HOUSE, Alpha Phi Omega, A.l.A., A.S.C.E., University of Miami DYCUS, JERRY RAY ..... MOUNT VERNON, B.S. in Physical Education, SIGMA CHI, Skull and Crescent, Board of Fraternity Affairs 111, Interfraternity Executive Council 121, Junior lnterfraternity Council 111, Freshman Council, Tribe of Illini 141, Senior Gymnastic Manager 141, Athletic Council 141, Freshman Week Committee 141, Greek Week Com- mittee 141, Lieut. 1i.g.1, NROTC 141, Industrial Education Society, Trident, Physical Education Maiors Club DYNDA, ERNEST FRANCIS ..... REDONDO BEACH, CALIFORNIA, B.S. in Economics and Ac- countancy, DELTA SIGMA Pl, Illini Union Committee 141, Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202, Rho Epsilon, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois DZIUBALA, THOMAS JOHN ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering, GARNER HOUSE, I.A.S., Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois EASLEY, KENNETH NORMAN . . . . . VERMONT, B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering, Sigma -Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, McKinley Foundation Student Council 141, I.A.S., Western Illlnols State College, New York University EBERHART, JOSEPH KARL ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Elementary Education, Navy Pier Alumni Association, Student National Education Association, Chicago Teachers College, Navy Pler Extension of the University of Illinois EBISU, FRANCES YOSHIKO ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in L.A.S., ALLEN HALL, Hawaii Club, German Club, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ECKER, MARILYN NINA ..... CHICAGO, B.A. in L.A.S., PHI SIGMA SIGMA, Spanish Club: Young Democrats Club, University of Nliami FCKERT. NEAL EUGENE ..... BELLEVILLE, a.s. in Agriculture, FARM HOUSE, srer end Sgoll: Mask and Bauble, University Theatre Crew ll, 2: 31: HOUSQ Pfesldem l3f All gr" cultural Economics Club, Hoof and Horn Club, Young Republicans Club EDFUS. JAMES ALFRED ..... ROCK FALLS, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Second Regimental Band ll, 21, A.E.s., A.S.M.E. EGGERICHSI -IANIES MARLYS ..... PEORIA, B.S. in Physical Education, PHI GAMAIIA Illlnl Union Committee 121, Freshman Varsity Football Squad: CBP'-I hdflqywp l3r 41: Scabbard and Blade 13, 41, Physical Education Malors Club, Presl en E . Hlflr ANNE . . . BELLEVILLE, Ds, in Chemistry, BUSEY HALL, Alpha Lambda Dena' Y'M'C'A' Committee 1I, 21 Eli MICH' ANN ELIZABETH . .... CHICAGO, B.A. in L.A.S.: DELTA GAMMA FHRL . ICHER' MARY ALICE ..... PEKIN, B.s. in Journalism, GAIIAIVIA PHI BELAUn?:e":l33 Alpha El Chl, The lllio 131, Marketing Club, University of Michigan? Herve' C . ' , HER' GLF? OWEN ..... BELLEVILLE, B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture: Fofslle 12' 3' 41 andsfape Architecture Society, Belleville Junior College EICHHOLZ, w , . - - , NEW ILLIAM CHARLES VILLA PARK- B S II'I Aeronautical Engineering A ,' . . . . . r - ' , ' ' f Ill MAN HALL, I.A-3-: HOFLOFS DBY lil: Navy Pier Extension of the University O ln0'5 481 as V Q . 1 l 1 Q- B u l ' .,' Q ,T S J l 7-0' I t V c:. x .. . ,L V pl I 4 'O Xvtd ttf gfqfi 1.f'1 I I ."' vi " -R z"'n ..- rv 'IT' 31 A, -.P 3 -ze '-S, Mig' io 'ul 'C fx IN 3 1 ., fo 'n7q:y ' NW I g J .J rf'?Qi tw- L2 . if E' ' rl 7 Ig' s. Q e , U I I x 'I 15. x X I E j 0 g-v 3 ri I To ,1- ai ... - A I "Jn , J Q 4 C T5 fi.. we gl t. 1 6 Q S r 4 137' REW ll URBANA- 5.5. in Gencral E'1'3l'le0"fl92 ACAClAg Sgchem, Sk H EKBLAWQ ANQ' A Aimxs 'ph O,,.,3gl,7 fflaalc and Baubley University Theatre Mmagez zu W rlfmlfflfy' N,w,,c Gm., rr, 2, 3, 455 -Lutheran Fouitgargon Student Council iii'- IL, ,Q . . EJ. Csmmlmsc xii: ,:,,5y Lrgulw rnty Q. .gli Soduy of . .li lin., 5,-21'-vers li' EQ' Q I lr.1AL,','.O' SWEDEN: B,S. in Mechanical Engineey' , EKLUND' HAl2?iJ'lLSI?BliI--:-cis Vli.-slevar' UIUNCYSIIY m9'1Au KANA I ODORE JR ...... r'i'iOLlNEg B,S. in Aeronautical Eng'n - , . EPSTRAN0' HKASFLY TSEIJAU C-:ininuniry College: Southern I'-'lothodist Universiltyfumg' Slqml'-' ADINE ,,,, , CHICAGOg B.S. in Business Education: ALPHA EKSTROM, CC,,,,,.,,k,c by: Qichfsis ry: Business Education Club: V gif..-.eraili ROCKFORDp B.A. in L.A.S.: VANLlGg House Prqg5,,. MARIE . . . . C ELLIOTT. JEASJWEW 1, Qrfmw kv ,-,142-iinley Foundation Student Council I3, 41: young Rtpvgul, Clcli pcftllcr UniveY5IlY 'Hn' i EGINALD ,.,,. ROCKFORDg B,S.'in Economics: ROOJAHg Ph' Er 5' , ELLIOTT- JOHRLSLSCH, ily.. LAS CQUPUI rj' 335 Illini Campus Anivets Post No.. 203: I I 5,-lon Collegi- . CHlCAGOg B.S. in Education: CONCORDIAI Hillel Ebundatign Sivan, French Clubg Navy Pier Alumni Associationg Student Nmoml MQW , Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Q ELOVITZ, PEARL , . . , Council rltlg Assciiation: ELSON JOHN DEAN .,.,. HIGHLAND: 8.5. in Electrical Engineeringg Tau Bei. pg. Alu ' l,R,E.- Honors Day 42, 33g Washington University ' ' ELZAURDIA, WILLIAM DONALD ..,., LEYDEN TOWNSHIP: B.F.A. in Industrial Dggiqn. N, pm, 5,,L.,1,gO,i gf the University of Illinois ' 'T ENGELBERG, MORION ROY .,.., MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 8.5. in Journalism: Pm gig., DELTA: Sigma Delta Chip The Daily Illini I-Sl: l.P.C. Photography StaI1t4t:r,,,', lralqrrtity Executive Council I3Ig llligreelr l2I, Executive Editor I3lg Illini Winn jg 5,03 wack Committee l3lg lnterfraternity Ball Committee T31 ' ENGLISHMAN, DONALD ELLSWORTH ..... HAZEL CREST: B.F.A. in Art Educationg Mllgr HOUSE: Thornton Junior College EPPARD, SANDRA JEAN ..... EAST ST. LOUl5p B.S. in Music Educationp DELTA ZETA: Sqn Alpha lotag The Daily Illini lily Illini UnlOrt Commtlloc ll, 2, Jig Univguity lbw, Cru-.-.1 Ill: University Chorus l2lg Worncn's Glec Club Il, 3, -ily McKinley foggy, Student Council ll, 2lg Panhellenic Ball Committee lllg Student National fducjhy Azsociationg Honors Day l2, Sl ERCEGOVAC, OLGA MARIE . . . . BERWYN5 B.S. in General Enginceringg ALLEN HALL: Mata Junior College ERICKSEN, JOYCE ANN ..... GLEN ELLYN: B.S. in Elementary Education: ALPHA GAB!! DELTAg W.A.A. 4335 McKinley Foundation Student Council ISI: Panhellenic Boll Em iiiirteu Ilig Illinois Wesleyan University ERNST, JOAN MARIE ..... AURORAg B.S. in Physical Educatrong LINCOLN AVENUE EBI OENCEp University Theatre Cast l2lg Orchesis Il, 2, 3, Aly Spring Musical Ill ERWIN, CARENE MABLE ..... LOCKPORT, B.A. in L.A.S.: DELTA DELTA DELTA: Alpha lil Deltap University Choir Ifllg Illini Christian Fellowship l3, dlp Sociology Club,Pt1tK' I-ll. Beloit College ESGAR. KENNETH JOHN ..... MAZONg B.S. in Agriculturcp ILLI-DELL: Plowboy Prom CP mittee IJ, -llg Dairy Production Club ESSLINGER. CARL WALTER ..... DANVILLEg B.S. In L.A.S.: ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA: mini Theta. Illini Union Committee lllp Y.M.C.A. Board ol Directors I2, 315 Y.M.C.A.Cll7l!' 7, 3:1 Y.M,C,A. Committee lllg Junior Interfraternity Council lllg MMVI Glu of fl, 2. 3. -ll: Oralorio Society l2, 315 Military Ball Committee I3. ll: MIIU- ROTC I3, -il: Armed Forces Council ldlg Pershing Riflet ll, Yli SIMM' 'mg' Education Association: Young Republicans Club EVAN. ELIZABETH ANN . .... CHICAGO: B.S. in the Teaching of Social Studin: UFO' NAL- pll' 'HDI'-3 Theta: Newman Foundation Student Council l3, ll: NNYTU i'v.:ociarion5 Young Democrats Clubg Navy Pier Extension ol the UrtIv!0"Y 9' 'lb' EVANS. oavio Lewis ..,.. CHlCAGOg a.s. in rainagcmcni, ruins union com-irru lil evans, some ueavss ..... Auaurzm, B,s. in Marketing: ALPHA TAU OMEGA: lM'f'0""" aftll CCVTITTJITTCC IIIIJ Marketing Club EVANS, NANCY CAROL ,.... FORT VIAYNE, INDlANAg 3.5. tn Elementary Edwlfimf um Cm O'-"ECA: Slwrtcr Board: Alpha Lambda Delta: Maier Chairman cptln 'hz 5 llww Cwrimrttee l3ig Illini Union Council lilly Illini Union Comrtttmi ll' W S2 11" if-an.sf:ir gl. Pl: P-snhellenic Eirccurive Council IS, ll: Houu PIU? "'IV'.71 tJ3'y' ' I EVANS. ROGEF HAROLD ,.., LAKE ZURlCHg B,S, in Agfigulquge: ACAClAg Aldll m lin.. Llrirgn Con-innittr-3 ill: Un.vc,,i'y 1hc61'c Crew: Heshmgn VOHIWWW :sy-ad. A I.Afi Fr'-ld Day Committee l2l5 Plowboy Prom Commit!!! ull in .fi-,'-:mira Club, Fr-:ld and Furrowg Hoot and Horn Club: V01-'09 NWN K tvmsou, PETER cas: u,,.,..,UH5,: BHS, In LA-SA: ALPHA ,AU Omgga, call rf, M.':am'f""l ""'i'5l'f' I7. 3. -ll: Football Marching Band ll, 7Ii En' J 'I -. 9, Frfirirm '.',f:-QL Committee l2, Bl: Honors Day Ill: whnlon rvrnsou. oorraioh :owne ...., rmwauicce, wisconsin: Bachelor' ol NQ,u 1-'I kj., -.H J Clll. Scarabg Greek Vlcgk Cgmmittgq HI: IHIQVEIITOYNITX lull A' " f- :C i. 9-he .ma Parrot Club: unsvwsiy or wiuonm ul" 'OCMEQE 'J"f'C'5 I . . . CHICAGO: a.A. in t.A.s.i EVANS HALL: Maggy: .. ' ,, I Ill 'J' 'JU in COYYTFNITTFF lil, WG S E100-"l" fail' 'f "Q':",'77 5 QCCOHJ nation Committee ldlp Student Senate Till: lyk,-nf '7",,' "" 5"f""i'f 5'-IbC0mmiltce Ill: Honors Day Il, 2. 3l2 U"""u' I . , -. . ig ,qi ' I in ra'-if" Al I l rillllamevssl NUUCCO. N 'AN' roHN HRQUHAR. rakilfll. W' ima, G50 MULKNER. IAXON, Gll IIINGOID. HNDER. Rf IINNELL. T IINION, T IIIGUSON IIIGUSON IICNT. TMI IILOLEI, I HUD. RO IIIIDS, JI llltctt, C Hwcuur, "NL Mt lrtoxu, ltvrttv, "tum IIKHQ HSMMA, r ur A o. atsurkcuceuz ,,,, ciiicrrooi Bachelor ol Architecture: A-I-M Sach . Nlanjglreir igulll and S Council inf I' 'ilt octety of Argnepter. lC6n ngin TAU KAPPA Englneeri . - ersity ng's'9mG Tau, on Club: Norihwestglg I House P, ' 3, . esident r4, 4l, Young Republicarii H: Phi Et 5- , st No. 202: Islrdqriorilosige Y illel Foundation Stud de t fm' oisn National Education f THU Beta Pi: Atta. Industrial Design: Navy llournalism: PHI SIGMA Osraphy Staff I4l: lntgy. CEEUISJ: lllini Writers l3l: Art Education: BARTON ion: DELTA ZETA, Sigma 2, 3l: University Theatre 4lf McKinley Foundation :dent National Education tg: ALLEN HALL: Morton Jcation: ALPHA GAMMA ll: Panhellenic Ball Com- ,INCOLN AVENUE RESI- Spring Musical Ill A DELTA: Alpha Lambda Sociology Club, President ,L: Plowboy Prom Corn- PPA LAMBDA: Phi Alpha 5 i2, 3l: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet :il ill: Men's Glee Club tae ia, 4l: Maiofi MY ll, 2l: Student National ri- , BIRCH HALL: f"4iiwNfiv Pie' AW' the University of Illinois ion Committee l3l I OMEGA: lnterfraternitY - . PHA Hntary Education, ALHHM irman Cottee HOUS, 5tat Committee II, ' My 4l: House President f tcm, Alpha Phi,OaTit?S5 'hman Varsity 'rultural mmittee I3li Agri Club Young Repvblma Bm GA: Cmeqa Jllolglg First Regmenial iii' wiiaaton College Archifeclum chelor of mittee iraternittf Bal' Com Wisconsin hi LL: Mortar Boazilifxrgli xecutive Coyne- Corn- e f3li C0O'ClmaN?rlIlin0l5 33, UniversttY 0 A I A, wright Junlm JOSEPH GLENCOE- BS in Economics ALPHA N - - - f - - 5 EPsILoN PI- Jun' I GEL Ani - C I ill: Accountancy Club: M k t I . - ' 'O' me'- FA ' 22:-SrnJ?YMag:gZ'menf7 Young Republicans Clzfbe U19 C ub, Society for the Advance- 1 ICHARD LEE ..... BELVIDERE, B.S. in Agricuit , NOBLE , WHGRIEVESME Eta Sigma? Alpha Tau Alpha: Freshman Varsity Ebgtball Squa,2IQl1inSgE'iCCY,pl:aI ZEela7 cation Club: Field and Furrow: Honors Day il, 2, Sl: University of illinois Scliiflarsglg 5' Q 0 Key I3l . V , ARGUERIIE CHICAGO- BA in LAS DusEY HALL Ph ' I FALLUCCO, MDW :mi Navy.P'ier.Extension of the Univeisiiy of Illinois I i Alpha Theta: Honors JOHN JONE JONG ..... SHANGHAI, CHINA: B.S. in L.A.S.: Chinese Students Club I fANr OBERT WILLARD ..... OAKLAWN: B.S. in Aarctn t' I E - - , - , fH"""A"' 'tau Beta Pi, Sign: Gamma if-uf I-A-S-f Hows Du wi? iiiivalit'3e5t'TFtia3i'E'aialftti ship Key if-Il: Wilson Junior College: Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois ,Q I I - . , 'Xi' 9 RrIN JOSEPH ..... CHICAGO, B.s. in Marketing: NEWMAN HALL: ' - - -4 8 Main' MAAssociation: Marketing Club: Phi Kappa Delta, President i3l: Honors Dayllirllj-Finfiltipsgi -A is Junior College: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ' 9 X? X.: ,lt EoRGE PETER ..... MELROSE PARK: Et.s. in Management: THETA KAPPA PHI: I ' 'Mm' G Interfraternity Council ill: House President i4l: Newman Foundation Student Colitrhlgr , il,2, 3, Al: First Lieut., Army ROTC i3, 4l FAULKNER, JANE WHITNEY ..... CHICAGO: B.A. -in tna Teaching of English: DELTA DELTA DELTA: Mortar Board: the Illio i2, 3l: University Theatre Cre I2l: Y.W.C.A. C b' i3l, President Ml: Y.W.C.A. Committee 12, 3, 4li Campus Cvhest i2l: llligreei lair A Greek Week Committee f2l: Panhellenic Ball Committee I2l: DePauw University I ,.. FAXON, GLEN ELMo JR ...... SPRINGFIELD: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 FEINGOLD, HARVEY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: GARNER HOUSE: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: A.l.E.E.-I.R.E.: Honors Day il,2,3l: University of Illinois Scholar- ghip Key i3l: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois FENDER, ROBERTA MAE ..... WESTERN SPRINGS: B.A. in L.A.S.: ALPHA PHI: Social Work I Club: Sociology Club: University of Oklahoma FENNELL, THOMAS EDWARD JR ...... ARLINGTON HEIGHTS: Bachelor of Architecture: SIGMA 1 TAU GAMMA: A.I.A.: Purdue University: Navy Pier Extension of the University of 4 Illinois FENTON, THOMAS EUGENE ..... KEMPTON: B.S. in Agriculture: SON'S HOME: Illinois State Normal University FERGUSON, BERNICE KAY ..... WINSLOW: B.A. in the Teaching of Spanish: ALPHA Xl DELTA: ' Illini Union Committee i3,4l: University Theatre Crew I3l: N.S.A. Senate Sub- fa committee i3,4l: Spanish Club: Young Republicans Club: Monmouth College 'gg 3 -' W' FERGUSON, CHARLES MCCORMICK ..... ROCK ISLAND: B.A. in L.A.S.: ALPHA SIGMA PHI M. I FICHT, THOMAS ANDREW ..... WASHBURN- B.F,A. in Landsca e Architecture- AFTER HOURS , P 1 7 Forsite i2,3,4l: Landscape Architecture Society I X 1,55 J f E Q- . v 'Ap' r' . Q I I FIEDLER, ALLAN RAY .... . EVERGREEN PARK: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: FLAAGG HOUSE: l A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.: WPGU: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 2 :D " FIELD, RONALD BURTON .... . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Marketing: TAU DELTA PHI: -Illini Union 9 Committef ill: House President i3,4l: Cheerleader CZ, 3, Al: Illini Traditions Com- tk .3 mittee I3 ' FIHDS. JOHN ROBERT ..... ENFIELD: B.S. in Accountancy: Accountancy Club FINCH. CHARLES EDWARD ..... JACKSONVILLE: B.S. in Management: ALPHA SIGMA PHI: z 'L FIN University Theatre Crew ill: Military Ball Committee Ml: Maior, Air Force ROTC 1 f I - I i3,4li Arnold Air Society 13, 4l: Flying Club: Illinois College A CHEM JOSEPH EDWARD ..... STEGER: as. in Agriculture: PHI KAPPA SIGMA: The DailY "5 , L, 5, Illini Ill: All-Ag Field Day Committee l4l: Agricultural Economics Club '.7'fy X ,gl-.I 'INK' MEI-VIN RONNY ..... EMDEN- Bachelor of Music: PHI KAPPA PSI: Skull and Crescent: Phi Nlu Alpha-Sinfonia: Maior Chairman Jazz-U-Like-It Illini Union Cortgmlttee Concert Band I3, 4l: Football Marching Band il, 2, 3, 4l7 FITS? Reglmema an University Orchestra 13, Al ROBERI GLENN ..... wADsvvoRrH, as in Ceramic Engineering: MARKLANNW M-"Q: Executive Council C2l: ACS- Gamma Delta: Young Republicans Club: avy NLEY' JANE KAY - - . NEWTON: B.S. in Home Economics Education: MCKINI-FY HALL7 I . RMNTELLO- JOSEPH CARL CHICAGO HEIGHTS- as in Music Education: sIGilQtA3ALPltA EPSLLONI Phi Mu 'Alpha-Sinfonia: Concert Bandi CEU: l:Q0lba,ll Marcging BTW l ' e9'mSntaI Band i2l: Second Regimental Band Ill: UHIVSFSITY OVC es' ' Z FISCHER, ROBE . - A ' - PHI GAMMA H RT THEODORE - EVANSTON' B.S. In Mechanical Ef19""9el'n9' - DELTA: Illini Union Committee U 25,1 Star Coqrse Manager l2l:-Y.M.C.A.. gogngnittee FINKEL, Extension of the University-ot' Illinois: Pier Football i2l Fl Ome Economics Club: Honors Day ill F FISHM ul' Cap'-f Afmv ROTC i3,4l: Society of American MilttarY Englneers lm' A . . PHI N' JORDAN SIDNEY . . . . CHICAGO: a.E.A. in Industrial Design: TAU EPSWON gee t"- V . . CHICAGO: B.S. i El t r Ed A . FISHMAN, SONDRA ROSIN . . ,A m in einen a y ucation, PHI 5 R K I T,iw,,C Um., ,Vg Student Senate till: Honors Day IQ, 31 'GMA 5lGMg' RA CAROL ..... ARCOLA: B.AF.A. in Art Education: STR FlTZGERALD,:B'A'RBQnNepal Emi l,A3V3VJ,: Bapm, p.,,,,.da,,o,, Swdem CoU2I5O:z3'I+'?u3 r I abt Y ' FITZGERALD, Roasnr DANIEL .... . El-'-lHUR5lf.B'5' in "'dU5f'la'.5't9l"Wif19r llli - Q I E.. Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois nom lflhre. , ERAID Roaster SR ...... BERWYNI B.S. in Electrical 5 - - , HYZMAURICEQ Hi NL., pic. Extension of tlic University of Illinois ngmeumg' A-lil NEILSON .,,,, EVANSTONp 3.5. in Physical Education: PHI KAPPA . Hx' JOHN I.s I-.. 3.3.-1. Varslfw' Si'-IIWWIIQ 5G11-I-ld l2r3r-fl. ltlllflf l2.3.-Sl: Frexgiifniixkv -- . S,-,rirvwiingr Squad Dolpt-ins .I, 2, 3. -II: Physical Education Maiorx Club mi' . i HANNERYI CURTIS EDWARD I I - . i,-,ETROPOLl5: Bachelor of Architecture: AIA.: 'rl ' ll!.nc': Unicersllr Sosmm srsnsrz, RICHARD SHELDON .,,., MATTOON: a.A. in L.A.5.. PHI EPSILON Pl: , M H Pi: Campus Chest Ill: Freshman Week Committee I2l: Spanish Club Omw' in 'X I HEWELLYN, HELEN ANNE ...,. LEE: B,S. in Home Economics Education: PALAMARA H 4 A Economics Club: Russell Sago College ' ri' f-,K f . .T FLIGELMAN, HELEN MYRNA ,..,. CHICAGO: B,S. in Elementary Education: ALLEN HAll. II 'U Dglrq Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: The Daily Illini Ill: Campus Chest ISI: WAA ,:. 1-.1 - X f- . UmW,,,,,. Clvgrug r32, Student National Education Association: HQ:-ion my Hifi' I novo, PIIYIIIS JEAN . . . I. . ALEX.lSp a.5. mvnomc Economics, ALPHA OMICRON PI Board: Phi Upsilon Oniicron, President I-il: University Theatre Crew miiswnu ii .2, Ii.. Home Economics Council idly Panhellenic Ball Committee l2l' Plowboy Corn.niIte-g IZ, ill: Home Economics Club ' im A- fp K 1 S FLYNN, DIANA LEE ..... ct-IAMPAIGN. 8.5. in L.A.5., PI BETA PI-II, snr Course Mmm' :IA ' Pershing Rifles Sponsor I2, Ill 3 S ' - '17 FLYNN, JAMES DUNN ..... QUINCY: in Music Education: Concert Band ll,2,3lg foam: EN . Marching Band ll, 21: Univurstty Orchestra l2, Ill FORD, GERALD WILLARD ..... LOMBARD: B.A. in Economics: PHI GAMMA DELTA: lim Union Committee Ill: University Theatre Cast ISI: Star Course Manager Ill: YMCA Cornrnittcc l2l: Campus Chest IQJ: lnterlraternity Ball Committee ISI: LAS Carat I3 il -A Q. I r FORE, DONALD LEE ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Architecture: LUNDGREN HAIL' AIA. 1 Wilson Junior College: Navy Pier Extension of thc University ol Illinois i .,- YN... 'T FORESTNER, DAVID GEORGE ..... EAST ST. LOUIS: B.S. in Finance: LAMBDA CMI AIFKA .j Alpha Kappa Psi: Finance Club ,'.'-. 'Y Biff I' If .- FORSYTHE, WILLIAM JOSEPH ..... PEORIA: B.S. in Food Tcchnol0QYi PHI DELTA TNETK Blade I3, -ll FOX. GEN FORTIER, JAMES DONALD . Trib-: ol Illini IZ, 3, -Il: Varsity Swimming Squad l2, 3, 41, Letter IYI: ftnhvwh VV' 5'l'y' Swrtvtntrng Squad: Dolphins I2,3,-Il: Maior, Army ROTC l3.4l: Subbvd V4 . . . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering: NEWMAN NNI. FOSTER, GAIL ARDEN ..... OAK PARK: B.5. in Education: LINCOLN AVENUE IESIDUKL Blackburn Collr-qv FOSTER, SAMQJEL FREDERICK ..... WATSEKA: 8.5. in Agriculture: SIGMA Cm: GC Cm. Y.M.C.A. Board ol Directors ISI: Football Manager llr2.3l: WNV' Educatron Club E THOMAS ..... SPARIA. 8.5. in l.A.S.: BETA IHEIA PI- PIII Alam Mu: 60" Band r2,3I. Football Marching Band .2,3I, rain Regimerital Band Ill: Cvd""" Clulz, Honors Day ll, fit FOX. MICHAEL EDWARD ..... CHICAGO, B,S, ' A . 1AU gp5rl0N PMI: Phi ID' WWI. Pfrla Gmnnm 'rrr1 ' Pl' ' ln- ccoumancy' 'i c -1 J 111. ll Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Pit, Flcthmw WWE l"C't0'1 9-tv ll. 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key FHNCIS. ANJDPQ DOMINIC . . . . CHICAGO: as. in Aeronautical eriqariwinor F065 'ow' 4 . 4, rnANx, ortanisii .zuoms ..... csomzviue. as. in Mcimnaut Enginmiw: Pl 7' 9" " , Q " J " fr 'llm' Civhou: Amvcts Post No, 202: Honors Day ll.3l . , 'UNK l0B5Rlt,4wAI.rErz ..... PlAINVlEVv'g 5.5. in Agriculture. NAIIOR Houstrggffa :Q .tuna Zeta: Y.f.!.C,A, Board of Drrcciof, rm, Y.M.CAA, Cgmmillgq Il, Jlr oi i? IiU'icUil"'al COl"'f'l f3l: Cant., Army ROTC l3. ll: Co0Dl"l'l"' E""u ' l"'1'ff'rfIP I3.. Honors Day ll, 3: 1. I !lANKEl. snuon gum IIANTI, CALVIN CHARLES 'L V-"'f'za T.-ofa P "fm !CAfi'lll9r3n ruzzut. ALAN zugmg I 4 . . . . CHICAGO: 8.5. in L.A.S.: LINCOLN AVENUSQQ Ywlntl Democrats Club: Honors Day Il, 2, all NEW E' ' of Illingig . I ll' . . oArIvIIIE, 5.5. in Mechanical Enginow'-pl,Cw", M' -1'wd':nt Council IJ, Al: A.S.M.E.: UniveuilY UT cm' A I DES PLAINES: 8.5. in Management: M0'l"'l"9 an mztzk. I FREDERICW FREEHILLI ,NEMANI IIEEMAN' WEEMANI IIIIEMANI llEIMANl5 Inv, ROB IIIBIEY. -I IIIEDL. N IUIKERSOI IUNXNOUE IUIMAN, IUINO, JI IUINO, J turttuml cult, II cum, war, PHI 3, SIGMA SIGMA: STRATF nt Counc'lORD HOUSE I mi H0nor1 ineerin HI' . . ln f Illinois OP T9Chno. I Engineerin 9: A.l.E.E,. H 51 EAPPA PSI: Tribe , I .1 11 Fl'eSI'1man V .0 alors Club 'HWY tect Ure? A.I.A.: Southem PSEIIILCSN Pl, Omega Bm ucation: PALAMAR: Home EIOY1: ALLEN HAL . e Chest ram, w.ii.Aqa'1ff n: Honors Day glial . A OMICRON PI: Shorter eatre Crew 121: 5.N.l.B 'mee I21: Plowboy Prorn Star Course Manager 1l1, ff Band II,2,31: Football Il GAMMA DELTA: Illini se Manager 111: Y,M,C,A, Tmittee 131: LAS Council UNDGREN HALL: A.I.A.: y of Illinois a: LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: ov: PHI DELTA THETA: Letter 121: Freshman Var- ITC 13, 41: Scabbard and leering: NEWMAN HALL: .N AVENUE RESIDENCE: RIGMA CHI: Ma-WAHM: ler ii, 2, GJ: A9f'fU"U" ph- Alpha Mu: COW' 'al band II1: CYCI0Ihem PSILON PHI: Phi WPS Eshman Week C0mm"'ee E: neeringi FI-AGG HOU5 nineeringi Pi Tau Sigma: I, 31 OR HOUSE: svtsfigfsgij littee ii: 311 '. "Club, erative ExtenSI0f' DENCEJ L31 AN!E5IyUIIJieEEEktenSI0n Il: IU' neeringi .CI-U? 3 . of Cinclnniil , Ihige arketII'19 Club' Car lclNE ..... EFFINGHAM: B.S. ' LA, ,. IWW" 'ivifurfeii is, Ai: si-Q-Bali Commiifee 141: iiiini s:fe'rfnfl1ifG5lfLiiLirQe'iglAAelEEWIVC 1 U . . . . . ARLINGTON H . Q . rliII"'cHs'rLEiiodMEgA4N EIGHTS' B'S' "' PhYS'Cf" Education: ALPHA luclA EILEEN ..... MELvlN, B.S. in :ne T lf , fllilllllr Imgorch, Alpha Chiron: Mask and -Bauble: NationafaCdIrI2gi:-:fe 5111133321 ASWIPL Board: Zeta Phi Eta: llllnl Union Commnteeuil, 21, University Theatre Mana5erre534ent.I41: ,ity Theatre Cast 11 2 3 41- Unlverslty Theatre Crew 11 2 3 ' Umve' I31i Honors DaY 131' I I I ' ' 17 SI- PGVS Ball Queen LES ALAN . .... CHICAGO: la.s. ' M , , , MEMAN' cliieinsion of the University of Illinois m anagemem FORBES HOUSE, N-WY Pier EMAN CLYDE HENRY ..... WESTERN SPRINGS: B.S. in Electrical Engineerin FLA , sf -C. 'If ' HOUSE: Pershing Rifles rl, 21: A.l.E.E.-l.l2.E. gf GG DA 5 ...... CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Ed t' : PH , x FREEMAN' ugelga Pi, Honors Day 131: University of Illinois Scholigsiiig Keyg tigeyxeigrliiqi' Kappa i' 't the University of Illinois 'mon 0 -.Q 77 FREQMAN, THOMAS GENE JR ...... SPRINGFIELD: B.A. in L.A:S.: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: P if-c Skull and Crescent The Daily Illln 11 2 3 41 Junior lnterfraternlty Councl I I 1 I 1 I ' ' . ' Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: Military Ball Committee 111: Ensign, NROTQ 111, ggi Tri-Dent ' ' Q , IVARS ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Metallurgical E ' ' 5 M,l,S,- ' 1 I: fi MIMANIS tension of the University of Illinois ngmeermg ' Navy Pler Ex ' my, ROBERT LEON ..... cAPTHAoE, s.s. in Agriculture W 'E' 5. i I BIEY, JUDITH ANN ..... PANA: B.S. in Elementary Education: THETA UPSILON: Ill' ' U ' m Committee 141: Young Democrats Club: MacMurray College ml mon flllibl, NANCY ANN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L,A.S.: ALPHA XI DELTA: Mask and Bauble, President 141: University Theatre Manager 13, 41: University Theatre Crew 111, W,A.A. II1 'gt 105 , -:. FULKERSON, WARREN DALE ..... BLACKSTONE: B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering: AFTER 6' -01' I 4 HOURS: House President 121: l.A.S.: Honors Day 111: University of Maryland I FUNKHOUSER, JOHN RUSSELL ..... MOUNT VERNON: B.S. in General Engineering: TWIN 45- , ESTATES: Phi Eta Sigma: Honors Day 111: Southern Illinois University f':-' "" 1 FURMAN, SANDFORD ..... NEW YORK, NEW YORK: Bachelor of Architecture: ALPHA RHO I CHI: Junior Interfraternity Council 111: Second Lieut., Army ROTC 13, 41: Society of ,E American Military Engineers 13, 41: A.I.A. U1 -.xi FURNO, JAMES FRANK ..... CHRISTOPHER: B.S. in Accountancy: LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: First ' "A, Lieut., Army ROTC 13, 41: Pershing Rifles 12, 3, 41: Scabbard and Blade 13, 41 FURNO, .IOHN ANTHONY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Industrial Administration: GRANADA CLUB: A.I.E.E.-l.R.E.: Society for the Advancement of Management: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 1 FUTTERMAN, JAMES LEE . .... GLENCOE: B.S. in Finance: TAU EPSILON PHI: Illini Insurance W Society Te. -e H GAAR, HOBART EARLE . . . . FREEPORT: B.S, in Electrical Engineering: A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. .V y I -:"'f,I GABBARD, THOMAS HARDY ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in General Engineering:. PHI DELTA THETA: Wa-Na-See: Sachem: Tribe of Illini 12, 31, President 141: Varslty.Wrestllng SCIUBCI 12, 3, 41, Letter 12, 3, 41: Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad: AYIWIGTIC COUVICII Wi CBDI-, NROTC 13, 41: Armed Forces Council 141: Navy Council 141: Sfiabbafd and Blade 13, 41: Tri-Dent 13, 41: Honors Day 1I, 21 H ii' ,K V 6' GAEBE. JAMES RUSSELL ..... CRYSTAL LAKE: as in Metallurgical Engineering: DELTA CHI: ""' XAVT-Igla-See: Star Course Manager 11, 2, 31: First Lieut., Army ROTC 13, 41: AJ-CIT-E-: l '1 GAFFNEY. JAMEs FREDERICK ..... ARTHUR: B.S. in General Engineering: l4o.lNoNlA: Hovsi 1 I President 141: University Baptist Foundation Student Council 141: EDQIHEBYIUQ COUHCI I:,i.,:i. , I3I: IM Rec Board 131 12 :ASQ-. x GAGE' MEI-VA.FRANCES . . . . . MARSEILLES: B.S. in Commercial .Teaching: PRESBY.lHA3LL:BThff -- IIIIU II, 21: I.U.S.A. Barberettes 1I1: McKinley Foundation Student Councl I 1: U5 r ness Education Club: Honors Day II1 - G . . , . ' 'I MYER, DONALD ..... CALI, COLOMBIA: B.S, in Mechanical Engineering: AF-5-: A-5-M-Ev 'Z " I3 "' C0I0mbian Students Club: University of the Andes: American UnlversltY fi- is .. . - . AUNSKYI JAMES ALLEN ..... HAMMoND INDIANA: ls.s. in civil En9'nee"'n9f,NOBLE HOUSE: M.I.A. Executive Council 1141: St. Pat's Bali Committee 1311 C397-1 AH' Force I t ' ROTC ISI: A.s.c.E. GALLAGHER P - ' ' D si n- ' ATRICIA ANN ..... DELAVAN, WISCONSIN: B.F.A. in Advertising S gf fs QI-PHA CHI OMEGA: University Theatre Manager 141: UDIVGYSUY Theaire Cfew 12' 37' , ' GA anhellenlc Ball Committee 12, 31: DePauw University , ' LL . - - ' ' - -1. AGHERI THDMAS PATRICK ..... CHICAGO: a.s. in Eeenernles: Ch' GaInn'3'a"lofSie'HE2i , F, ig gs , ?amPUS Amvets Post No. 202: Marketing Club: Honors Day U: QI' 5 Y 1' -L: A ' GM enslon ot the University of Illinois , 5 ik ' UHN'w'1,I'AM FRANCIS JR ...... CHICAGO: Bs. in L.A.S.: FLAGG HOUSE: A.C.S., Navy '!M "5. I , ler Extension of the University of Illinois infill 485 f rs. . 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BLOOMINGTON: B.S. i I d ' I - - - , GLASS, JO KAPPA LAMBDA: Ma-Wap-Da: Ph' Eta Sigma: Srgr Cguujgrllaanggglzlistlgtlglrt,Y:ALPHA Committee ii, 21: Coordination Committee 141- Concert and E t 'I ' ' i 'CA' Honors Day up I n ertalnment Board 141: :loMAs ANTON ..... sKOl4lE: B.S. in L.A.S.: BARTON H . .1 Guss' 1 Campus Chest 131: German Club: Honors Day 11, 2, 31: Univgrgigl Bgngeilla ggiatq PI' Pier Extension of the University of Illinois ' ' aw YCE CAROL ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: BIRCH HALL: ' ' . clone' Jo Student National Education Association Umversny Chorus I2' 3I' R, SHERRIL FRANKLIN. ..... ENFIELD: B.S. in Mech ' I E ' ' . GLOVE MANOR: Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E.: S.A.E.: Honors Daaymi12, 31ngmeermg! LOOKOUT BARBARA JEAN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: BIRCH HALL: B'I '. Glow' dent 121: W.A.A. 121: Spanish Club: Navy Pier Extension of the Llrtiix1kglLit5ILokE'IlI:ihed,iIs PAUL HERBERT NEWARK NEW JERSEY BS in LA K, ..... 1 1 . . . .s.: FLAGG HOUSE: . Gwc Committee 131: Young Democrats Club Sno BBII GNIATOVICH, MILAN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Accountancy: Accountancy Club: Finance Club: Wilson Junior College: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois GODMAN, VERNA MAE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: GAMMA PHI BETA: Illini Union Com- mittee 1I1: House President 131: McKinley Foundation Student Council 13, 41: Panhellenic Ball Co-mmittee 121: Plowboy Prom Committee 111: Sno-Ball Committee 111: Home Economics Club: Honors Day 1l, 21 GOEBEL, FREDERICK ARNOLD ..... BUNKER HILL: B.S. in Accountancy: BETA SIGMA PSI: University Theatre Crew 121: Gamma Delta: Illinois College GOETTSCHE GERALD EARL ..... GLENVIEW B.S. in Civil En in rin , , g ee g: EVANS SCHOLARS: Sigma Tau: Chi Epsilon: A.S.C.E.: Honors Day 11, 21 GOINS, ROGER LEE ..... PAYSON: B.S. in L.A.S.: DELTA SIGMA PHI: University Theatre Crew 131: Second Regimental Bancl 1l, 21: Greek Week Committee 141: A.l.Ch.E.: Cyclothem Club GOLDBERG, RONALD DAVID ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: PHI SIGMA DELTA: Star and Scroll: University Theatre Crew 11, 21 GOLDENBERG, LISA ANNE ..... FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK: B.S. in L.A.S.: DELTA PHI EP- SILON: ShiAi- Illini Union Committee I 2, 31' Universit Theatre Crew 111: Star - 1 1 I1 1 v Course Manager 111: Panhellenic Ball Committee 111 GOLDMAN, EDWIN MARVIN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Accountancy: ZETA BETA TAU: Basket! ball Manager 131: Accountancy Club GOLDMAN, MARIE JOANNE ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in the Teaching of French: DELTA PHI EPSILON: Illini Union Committee 1l, 2, 31: Coordination Committee II1: Ffe5llm3n Week Committee 111: Panheilenic Ball Committee 111: Honors Day 1l1 GOIUSMITH. KAY RITA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Mooogomool, ALLEN HALL: Illinois Techno- graph 131: Flying Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Society for the Advancement 0f.NIar1agement: Pier Illini 1l, 21: Pier Playhouse 121: NBVY University of Illinois GOLDSMITH, MURIEL SHEILA ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.1 LAUREL AIPIWB Lambda Delta The lllo I llllnl Union Committee : I 1 1: ' ' ' Council II1: Sno-Ball Committee 111: Honors Day 1l1 21 31: Scholarship Key GOLDSTINE, Pier Extension of the HOUSE: Alpha Chron: 121: W.G.S. Executive University of Illinois RICHARD ALAN ..... CHICAGO- B.S. in Accountancy: PHI EPSILON PI: Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi: Sigma Iota Epsilon: Commerce CQUHCII HJ' coo: Army ROTC 3 41: Phi cha Eta 13, 41, Honors Day ci, 2, 31: University of .' . 'f I1 Illlnols Scholarship Key 131 GOMBERG, LIONEL ..... CHICAGO- B.S. in Electrical Engineering: Pl LAMBDA PHI: Illini Union Committee 131: Jurlior lntertraternity Council 131: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Honors Day I31: NPVY Pier Extension of the University of lIlirlOiS GO M8051 EDWARD ANDREW ..... 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UPI' Zl1:Pl.Tunlilclr lnterfraterrH'V . PHA I English: lo-IA f r 131, Student Sena. I Y bmmittee ill: some og al Engineering: THEM nn: MARKI-AND7 Caplil ' Eta r: THETA CHlf Ph' LAMAR: Belleville lun' MES HOMER ..... LAGRANGE. PARK: B.S. ' C - , . Ummm' Mfjhi Sigma: Y.M.C.A. Boardtof Directors 141: ,o1rlC.5herm?:12ytCh' Gamma lOl-3: Alpha 202: Illini Forensic Association: Little United Nations ampus Amvets Post Ng, ELL EowlN ..... GALESBURG: B.S.' El - . . Glll'F""' lox-Wan-Da: I.P.C. Photography Staff Il. 2:n3r 5TlrAf,TlE.?I3lEeE"n9: FLAGG HOUSE: mm RICHARD SETH ..... EVANSTON: B.S. in Mechanical Enginee' Gal ' and Crescent: Illini Union Committee 11, 21: AUSUMUE. ""'9i SIGMA NU: Skull Y GILBERT ..... CHICAGO: B.S. ' A - . . GIODY, GARA5.: Engineering Council 121: IIIinoignInsglncilleaUcllCallecT1r:E,Il2,eerln1?J7 ALPINE LODGE? of the University of Illinois QY, avy Pier Extension AYMOND ..... DANVILLE- B.S. in Ph ' I - GIOGAN' wAl'TEhR R Varsity Football Squad- ,Ph ' I Eyslca' Educalloni PHI SIGMA KAPPA' , d ' I Eflieglgnstl Josephrs College Ysma Ucallolt Malors Club: St. Ambrose DONALD FRED ,... .CHlCAGO: Bachel f A h' . I . , GRONERTI College: Roosevelt University: Navy Pier olixtgnsionc clleTllereUn1l1i!rilty oAlIllllilno1sUmor GEORGE ALFRED ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. ' J l' , G""" Skull and Crescent: Alpha Delfe Siena: The'iilleoi1',n3l?TrrSrSI?!C? 2,Ln5H'ir0i'ES'LON' Scabbard and Blade 13, 41: Honors Day 131 " Y l3f4l1 GRULKE, ROGER LEE ..,.. ZION: Bachelor of Architecture: ALPHA SIGMA PHI: A,l,A GRUSI-l, HUBERT LEE . . .L DWIGHT: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: NOBLE HOUSE Tau Beta Pl: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Phi Omega: Eta K N . l Sigma Tau' Freshman Week Committee 12, 31: First Lieut., Air Force ISILJCDJTC gggfgypgsfffnllrigk Military Engineers 121: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Synton: H D 1 ' . - - Illinois Scholarship KeY Onors ay l' 2' Sl' Umverslly of GUETSCHOW, WILLIAM ALBERT ..... HARVARD: B.S. ' G I E ' ' . EPSILON: Northern Illinois State University In enera nglneerlng' -l-AU KAPPA GUFFEY, WILLIAM BAUSMAN ..... FREEPORT: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E.-l.RE- Honors Day 1l, 21 ' " GULLAKSON, GLEN EDWIN ..... SERENA: B.S. in Agric It : NABOR HOUSE. A . Phi Eta Sigma: Football Marching Band 13, 41: Figstulliegimental Band 12,13 l5l?aSeEghacI Regimental Band 111: Field and Furrow: Hoof and Horn Club: Illini Sportsinari's Club- Honors Day 1l, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 ' GULLICKSEN, DALE WILLIAM ..... NEW LENOX: B.S. in Agriculture GUMS, BARBARA ANN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Home Economics: LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- DENCE: Iota Sigma Pi: Orchesis 121: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois GUNJI, KEN E.: .... CHICAGO: B.S. In Management: GARNER HOUSE: Alpha Phi Omega, President 131: House President 141: First Lieut., Army ROTC 13, 41: Scabbard and Blade 13, 41: Honors Day 1l1 GIIRNEY, DONALD EDMUND ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Accountancy and Management: NEWMAN HALL: Accountancy Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Society for the Advancement of Management: Honors Day 121: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois GURNEY, FRANKLIN THOMAS ..... 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' K Q WUNE5' M Kappa Nu, 'university rneerre ces: 121, IHeneiiID2y rII?I'QeeQl'f9:JnI2f'l:?rf:s Scleffyylq Eta lf. , N , Scholars ip GY ' ' "'0'5 X Pvt Curl IE NEWTON. .... EvANsrON, e.s. ' c' 'I E ' - . , , "' 'f HELP, Ilmmcouegei New Pier Extension of the Unfgemifg'of1?I'iQ1fjglng, A.s.c.E., sen Anierne X A I 'Q 3 H, CAROL CORENE. . . . LAGRANGE: B.S. in Educat' : KAPPA D . 'IMI Shi-Ai: llllnl Unlon Committee 121: Y.W.C.A. CabirIEIIIl3,41: Y.W.TIIIIAIIl'C?:IIIITIrIIlTle:IIIIIc3I , ' s2tzls2.,5::leRE,-ees Estfflarfrii-Siva: ' R E 'R 2 T, GAIL ADELA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: BIRCH HALL: P' '. , , A6 GI IIEIIII Democrats Club: Hofstra College SI CIII' W'A'A' III' Young . 4 0 x 5 i 4- Y ,I .1 A ugh" 1 ., . l I I ' fe-I S. 11-of ECK, LARRY ELMER ..... DAKOTA: B.S. in Dairy T h l 1 F' L' ,, . II Ordnance Club l31: Pershing Rifles ll, 2, 3fIC41IIoDZIiIEy TeIl:HnolgIgL1 Sigigiy ROIIC l3'IIl' 6 f " HEDGCOCK, FRANK MCCASKILL ..... URBANA: B.F.A. in Lands A h't t , PHI DELTA: Tribe.of Illini l2, 3, 4, 51: Varsity Track S3122 iI5,I3,eft11IIIeLetter ' i Ilireslaman Varsity 'Erack Squad: Varsity Cross Country Squad 12, 3'-Ay' Letter :SIMS I 4 Qs, I I 0 Q Xl res man arslty ross ountry Squad: Forslte l51: Landscape Architecture Society Q ' ' gr ,a , IIEDGE, GARY W ...... ROYAL: B.S. in Agriculture: Agricultural Economics Club eg PM --II -. ' I A 1 1 llsooslt, JUDITH MARIE . . . BUFFALOHNEW YORK, B.S. in Journalism: LEEMAN LODGE: . Theta Slgma Phr: The Dally llIInI l31: Newman Foundation Student Council l3, 41: -,G Rosary Hill College IIEDIGER, MAt5lLl:gARglr:g'IEN6E. b.INltgGARAOFALLS, NEW YORK: B.A. in L.A.S.: LINCOLN AVE- Ia : eta Igma micron 3 5' . HEDRICK, DALEDEAN . . . NEW HOLLAND: B.S. in Agriculture: ALPHA GAMMA RHO: Illini ri if f, UNION Committee l21: Field and Furrow: Hoof and Horn Club """ i 'jk O MEDRICK, LOWELL L. JR ...... DANVERS: B.S. in Journalism: GARNER HALL: Alpha Delta Sigma: Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad HEFTEL, SIMA DOREEN . ..., CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Education: INDECO HOUSE: W.G.S, Executive Council i31: Student Senate li1: Hillel Foundation Student Council l21: ,Q Q l .. Teachers-in-Training Club: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois F y y r "' Q 2 JI E-- I HEID, KERMIT KEITH WILLIAM ..... ELIZABETH: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: Phi Kappa Phi: 5? - Chl Gamma Iota: Tau Beta Pi, President L41: Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: Freshman ti Weeks ioynmyttee l21: A.I.E.E.-l.R.E., President CA1: Honors Day 131: University of Illl- ,lug nols c oars ip Key L41 IIEIUGEN. CHARLES FREDERICK ..... ELMHURST, B.S. in Agriculture: NEWMAN HALL: sr. PTOCODIUS College: Arkansas Polytechnic College WEN, DALEU MARtIN ..... DANVILLE: as. in L.A.S.: General Motors Institute, DePauw 2 Q nlverslty I "MN, GENE WILLIAM ..... MT. OLIVE: B.s. in L.A.S.: MEDEA LODGE: Phi Eta slgrne, House ' TL Pfeslderlt l31: First Lieur., Army ROTC Ia, 41, seebluera end Blade l3,41: Honors A DHY II, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key - 1 Q HE . , , ..- IN' THOMAS CARLYLE ..... VIRDEN, B.F.A. in Advertislng Deslgn: GARNER HOUSE, Delta If b 5'9ma Omicron HEI . NHORST, PAUL ROBERT ..... MANITO, as in Agriculture: ALPHA GAMMA-li RHCgi,lUlAIRha PU Alpha l3, 41: S.N.I.B. l21: Agricultural Education Club: Hoof and orn IQ, R. y " IIEINO MARGARE . sn ter ' - 'f I ' T JEAN ..... NEW WINDSOR: B.A. in L.A.S.: ALPHA CHI OMEGA, -OV xg, Q. Board: Torch: Mask and Bauble: National Collegiate Playefsf Zela Ph'2El?yPE2:1deiIgi ' I4Ii IIIINI Union Committee ll, 2, 31: University Theatre Manager lg Chorus I W, I gIa'I'a9eV.l4Ii University Theatre Crew II1: Star Course- MBIWGQQV Ill? UEHZSILJ I7 MCKIUICY Foundation Student Council QQ, 31: Uf1'VeV5'lY Thealre O ,K .re Ir llslss, RICHADRDIJAMES. .... NEPONSET: B.S. in Dairy TechnOI09Yi 'LUN' LODGE House HE les'de"'f l31: Dairy Technology Society: Honors Day L31 l-MIC . ' HE H' KENNETH WAYNE ..... COLLINSVILLE: as. in Marketing: Mafkeflftg CHP IMLE . ' G ' "AW NORMAN ..... SPRINGFIELD: Bachelor of Architecture: DIELTAJnlfff'L:f9J'rf1yT,i,,1'e r acgylei Ivlalof Chairman Fine Arts Illini Union Committee l31i Il 'T' 25. Imerfrayem: I Un'Ve'5'lY Theatre Manager 13, 41: University Theatre Crew I , I Ball Committee L31 an-'Q' , -an I 'I Ill 5,9 -ff as N-f-an W I I " I n , dl Q t, il" " ,., ,, ,S A IA1 X R rd' - 'ei fi , Q ,ll - ,- s Q 1 .Av . I 1 A f 'Ginn' -' ' ' g 1, 1 , Q" ' Ijr: J , -AA -ma. I rc' s ,md ,. ssl :Jw V 1 rf ., 1 f' NJ, 11" mms omsroiv-'jllf . gimp. NLE. 5 5, In Agvivllurg-5 ALPHA GAMMA RHOQ ll N' A N., N, :U-UA' k,,u-:II Fualcnru IJ, -J, H901 and Hom Chilly , MA EMM CHICAGO FS, 11- Elnclncal Engan,-qr'ng: GA , Q HEMAEINGER HTHO, I .A I 5 A 5 5 .35 NU, pw., 5,,,c,,,,Cn of mg Umm:2I:'!i'H0,:gg C' 'V ' lllmba Y , I HAM 3055531 QIUJE-RLFGE, OHIO: 5.5. in Fhyalqgl Ed L b Y Nihofisoh L ...z 13, '. 5 ,. 1' 3 Lum 15 Fcoibnll Squgd ,Qi 33' leNe':cf3f"'i KNL 4 K.: , Q I . vwmm Hmonncus ROCJIR 5 N.,-izxsrxg ia 5. J- LA S., ALPHA SIGMA PHI, Omg, Sm, HgNgiQN AURED JOSEPH JR ,..CL1i'?N, BS. .fu Culi Engmccnngi 5,0,,... 1. , 4.,.., 5 ,' i.a Vw: swf' -5 HOLZL' V'l'S'df-"V Ill: Newman fg,n5,,,M ft " L 3 J f-.-If Ccuxgll ,J Yrs' lmmu Army ROIC 13 4 'sa,":'a"" A , 4, ... -,., ' A : ' I z 3 .1 A S CE 5 Hcncvs Day ,Sf Y ' 'R' 'I nmxu GEORGE JOSEPH Jn , . IREEIOFIT: 85. In hm-I Eduw-cm NEM'-'MANNA-1 ,A 1, , 5 , L f,-, ,ev.w.,fw kat! .3 BX .-.mu Gln- cm: .1 5":,,,, HENN, EDWIN FRANCIS ,.. ',I.- ..1. . --1, PI' THPAGE NET-' W'ORKZ :ll Cwnl fng ng 'Q A S . xp .m 3, .:, vnrsn, Scan-1 Squad 135, A.S,C,g,5 MLCIZZARL ' 7 1' I1 N L l -1. If-1 U- m Q 1.1 157: 'I' HENRY, RICHARD JOHN '1'J5f' C: HEPFER, MILDRED JOYCE . ' I I 5 .5 f',.,1:-,, I "I Ch HERBSI, WALTER BIFF , , , 'JOLINE HS. In hlvgclmlmlcal Enqinccv-ng, NFWMAN H111 Q,- 'Hia , PEQRIA BS, In SLU:-!.vf.aI Im-mug, CHI OMEGA, ht . A . I I' I- I-,ff LQm.-wm,- ,It Smr Comm .'.'I.m,,9c, Up: Comvwce Ce-irl. ,-.1 hu CQ'w11,y-CL. ,aj Accounmnqy Cgubl Bwmen Eduuwx 0: In . CHICAGO: B.F.A, Ir. Indvzllml Dvsiqn' SIGMA ALPHA MU Av L,- -A 5 ,lv-A Sqn", Q-I xllvuvmlovs Campus Clubs! Ulf lnlu lu,-ul., Afmy R016 1 4. I ' ' if fo- .Ms 3 HERENDEEN, JOHN CHARLES ,.... CHICAGO: Bnclv.-lor of Arclurcciun,-5 PARK NOUH, LAL, ha.. IR.-r E.'.-I-ygm gl Nw Umvfgrglvy of Illmons HEWIIT, TERRY IEE ,EAST MOLENE: 8.5, In Elfgclucal Engmevrmg, A.I,i.f-III, U., .I-'1 ', 1' Un' Dame HEXOAII, MARIIOUISE ..... MORRIS, BA. In l.A.S.5 LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDINCI. Wavva CWM- CIVII I . 5 uma Oclm IH Spannlw Clullg Honors Day Il,Yi Hlll, NORMA JEAN , . . . f'HflDONg B-1Cl1l'lOr OI I-Mvxifg PACKINICY HAH: Svgml Md' Im PI v' :'t Un, I Hlll, RICHARD JOHN . . . . OAK l"faQPIg 8.5. on Aa,-r0'1.1uIn:.1l flnjj-nccllng, ICRIQS NOJH 1133 'i.x.-, Pwr I-H,-1111011 ol Ihr: Umwgrany of Illinon Hlll. SAMUEI EUGENE EA , 1l.uI 3 :v', Iro'I,,Il . . , . ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN, B,S. in Rccvcohong SIGMA CW. 'N Ulm. Ummm Comnnlngn IPI, Vmxny Foolbnll Squid QI, JIOJHQG if Sq-,mLI, fr-rvlmmn Varsiiy Baseball Squad: Bolcbqll MAnb9!0 if bl' I'-'-vw -M 3, lm1.1mI,,1.aI f.'Inm.sqqr I-12, Amr,-v:c.an Rccrcahonnl Soc-My U. of I, YI-il" f'Mf"", IIW1-cal fdUr.s!'ou h'I.x1o1: Club HINRICHS, NONE DUANE uI,.- UUJSON. B 5 H1 fACCOun!.mCyg SONS HOML NOV!! H031 - Lv'IwI,: I-mv.,-sn Pm! No, 262, Honou Dny II, QI HINION, MARVA 94:'CVflOFfUq BS, In LAS, Dfllfx SIGMA IHlIAg v,McA cfm? Pn'f- .ZH LNIIOFI Collqqg mscox, nnqwmmonuncc. . , ':.ooos1ocn:, us. an RI-cvnnviong zvms uA1m,1o-:mill 2" :HI .' '-'J M ,I l. T, If-nan-n il, 2, 3, -525 Iuwyr-rim RcC1t'uu0l'fll S4045 U' dl I' 'iff' l1l3I,'rY HISI, DONAID RAY 9II.C--'lf-'7', IES In Nrlalfurqucal fngmrolmg, IINOOWI GW f " l"1 T, 3. .2,, AJC I, f.'.l.5., Young R-pub!-um Club Nlvllv- JUDJIH lYNN LI'?'HCsIIfllJ. BS In llc-me-nu!-,' ftfunfvvffg KABA ' "f' I' :ww Y-ww-. mmf. om., rv., um uno fl,2, 315 :uma union Cv"'-"V" v .'. f ,'. if ff .Yr ,.,, Q30 .51 NOAI, GIIAIO WILKIAJR ' C"'fvIlZ!I!', II S. -1. U:-Qfnrql fngmcyqungg All l.-llifl 'I ' "' 5' 'A 'l"H Cu 'il 1 J'.f1+f.' Collcufr Nollf. AIYNONSO ffH?C:'-"-O, 552 .n SI:-ffrlul fngxnc-el-ng: 'dll link. pq - 4 .'. z 5 Q lap HOUZIL, IAN!! ANN MOH. Allfl ANN' s'n'-' rf " ff. '. fr.. MH. uOH, IICMAID WAUACQ A --r 'Java' f. Ze.. ,- r .v NOIIMAN, gun lou sr' ' x-gf ,. ,. , f-mmm, nn, xI'1 11.5, uracom Avmul ltifwa . lllll I, ffv, n f. gn am...,m, cm omsom If-sv lvv"'!""u 4: C 'I A-4. TH'-ann '1 47. img-hqgn UQCIQIIIOHOI Elf' ' 'I' 'I' Hn, Cr,T'a-gr mug! lf'-Gv.av:GE Mint, 3.1-. .fl LAS.: SIGMA CNl:'.a,Ka. I 'f-fs-' '71, 4, un.I,..,.1-, Chau. fn, Pmy 000'- '1-P'-'fv Curr, gs.,-.nm Ed..-wiow lmfan M FEL -n ,., y J W ' H - '- "1 f-ff fw 'I 7,1!U.SA,8ubeveI1MI7-3lF9'dd I, 1 luv.. S , 692 V .,n , NOFFMA MOFFMA NOFFMA NOHMA NQIIMA NOHNEI gomnh NOIMUS NOISAS. NOGAN. HOGAN. NOGIVE nONl, R NONNSII HOIIAN, NOIIINI NOIIINI NOIIINI 'Om' RHO: - Horn Kapba th U HOu5 . e ' of Illinoi YSical Educati 3 I Oft: ALPH 1 Letter 131: Fresh:-nf: A PHI: Omega Ben, pi: eering: Sigma T I 'VETISQF Foundation aglyhdgau B, C I31 41: Society Q: 'Uni NEWMAN , . Glee Club 12, Engineering: SIGM S.C.E.: Long lgIandAAgl1:f HQ: NEWMAN HALL: SL CH' OMEGA: Th D' ' II1: Commerce? ally . 0 'I Business Education GMA ALPHA MU: Alph, -Ieut., Army ROTC 13, 41: e: PARK HOUSE: A.l.A.: 'In9: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Uni. 1 UE RESIDENCE: Women's 11. 21 'IALL: Sigma Alpha Iota: teering: FORBES HOUSE: eation: SIGMA CHI: The Squad 121: Freshman Var- eball Manager 131: TYHCIK Society U. of I. Studenl 1 HOME: House President ETA: Y.M.C.A. Commilfee ANS HALL: Tqrch: W-ff: reational SOCISIY U- 0 ' ring: TEN-O-ONE CLUB: :ans Club - . KAPPA DELTA: iJri:iaTIJoRI'libn Commiilee 1111 Q. A I E.E.-l.R.E.: PPIYSIG . OTC First Lieut-: Army R VENUE' RESIDENCE d 141: Pircf Resim?'1'al Sinef I- Itional 50C'ey 5 chem? Slai CHI: 5 3,411 EMIS-meer, NROTC 1 VENUE 'Hon' UNEQIEEI Rational 12, 31, 5 U 4 JOHN LOUIS ..... EAIRDURY, s.s. in Agriculture HOFFMAN' RRY REID ..... FARMER CITY: B.S. ' A ' I . n IIMFMAN' 'Committee 131: Y.M.C.A. Committee 121: lI1lars?t3ClVIiggIir?:lgiE,r:d FEQUSE: Illini Union Varsity Wrestling Squad: Football Marching Band 131, Second R ' , 3, 41: Freshman Freshman Week Committee 131: Agriculture Club eg'men"'l Band ll. 21: LIE CALVIN . .... RANTOUL: B.S. ' M , . HOFFMAN. I-Eze Advancement of Management 'fi andgernent, Chi Gamma Iota: Society for HAEL P ...... HILLSBORO: B.S. in L.A.S.: PARK LANE ' HOFFMAN MIC. . - - . ' . .LODGE Ph. K Ph': I Beta Kappa, Ph' Eta Slgma' Honors Day U' 2' 317 UVIIVGVSITY Ol Illinois Sjhgczzrshilb FMANN SHARON NOEL . TRIVOLI- BS in Home Econo ' I IIOF ' 2 3 41. SN I Bl- 'Wesley Foundaiion Student C 'I mms: A-H HOUSE: W'A'A' 11 , 1 1 - - ' 'I , : All- ' - ' Plowboy Prom Committee: Home Economics Cluguncl A9 Fleld Day Commmecf JAMES RAYMOND . . . CARMI: B.S. in Mens 1, Al I, ., .. HOHNER' Ball Committee 141: First Lieut., Army ROTC 13,gE?elgha:anE F3 Kffpgo l:'l'l"a'Y Advancement of Management ' ' me Y O' 'he OFMANN THOMAS RONALD PARK RIDGE- BS in Phyeic FIRE 11 1 . ""' 1 ' ' S: SIDE: House President 2, 41: Second Lteut., Army ROTC 13, 41: O d Cl b . . . SocietY: Russian Language Club I nance U MI' Phalanx 1141: PIWSICS nn, FREDERICK HAROLD ..... Euvlvvooo PARK: as - I ' - A , llomils I.U.S.A. Dcrbersheppefc 11, 21: A.I.E.E.-l.R.E.: A.s.M.E. In Eeclmal E"9"'e"i""9' s SARAH JANE ..... ATWOOD: E.s. in me Teaching of M th f' , C . HOFSA l Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Pi Mu Epsilon: Hoiiseenlliegsderllll 1ljil1ll:E?l,l'l:Ql'E1 mental Band 11, 2, 31: Wesley Foundation Student Council 12, 3 41- I-lonors Di 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key ' ' Y N, JAMES LAWRENCE ..... WAUKEGAN: B.S. in A ' It : GRANADA . : WGA Furrow: Illini Sportsman's Club: Rifle and Pistolijrglmtbure Cl-UB' Fleld and HQGAN, JERRY HAROLD ..... FLORA: B.S. in General Engineering: KOINONIA: House Pregi. dent 141: University Baptist Foundation Student Council 141: Lieut. Col., Army ROTC 13, 41: Scabbard and Blade 13, 41: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Young Democrats Club IIOGEVEEN, PATRICIA HELEN . .... GLENWOOD: B.S. in Civil Engineering: LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE: A.S.C.E. IIOHL, RICHARD EARL ..... OLNEY: B.S. in L.A.S.: Lieut. Col., Army ROTC 13, 41 IIOHNSTREITER, GLENN FREDRICK ..... MORTON: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: ALPHA SIGMA PHI: Illini Union Committee 111: Junior lnterfraternity Council 111: Maior, Air Force ROTC 13, 41: A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. HOLIAN, KENNETH FRANCIS ..... ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI: B.A. in L.A.S.: SIGMA TAU GAMMA: lnterfraternity Executive Council 141: House President 141: Marketing Club: Young Republicans Club: Harris Teachers College HOLLENBACI-I, VIRGINIA MARGARET ..... RIVER FOREST: B.S. in L.A.S.: SHERWOOD LODGE: Zeta Phi Eta: University Theatre Crew 121: Bradley University IIOLLENBACK, WILMA GRACE ..... NEWARK: B.S. in Elementary Education: BETA HOUSE: Wesley Foundation Student Council 12, 31: Illini Christian Fellowship 11, 2, 3, 41: Student National Education Association HOLLINGSWORTH, GENE WESLEY ..... DAVIS JUNCTION: B.S. in L.A.S.: Tomahawk, President Y.M.C.A. Committee 11, 21: Wesley Foundation Student Council 1I, 2, 31, Presldent IIOIMAN, COLETTE MARIE .... . ITASCA: B.S. in Music Education: DELTA ZETA: Sigma Alpha Iota: University Chorus 12, 31: Honors Day 131 IIOIPUCH. BETTY JEAN ..... DERWYN: as. in Elementary Eciucetaen, KAPP.A DELTA: Kappa Delta Pi: Women's Glee Club 12, 3, 41: Honors Day 131: MOYIOVI JUFIIOI' COIIEQH IIOITZMAN. MARILYN GAIL ..... WARRENSBURG: B.S. in L.A.S.: DELTA PHI EPSILON: A.:plEa Lambda Delta: Illini Union Committee 11, 21: House Pl'E5Id9f1T 12, 31: Honors DRY I f I 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key IIOIZER, WERNER PETER ..... CHICAGO- B.S. in Marketing: GARNER HOUSE: WB'Ni'5eef Tomahawk: Tribe of Illini 12,3,41: Varsity Wrestling Squad 1231411 CaP'a'n liuf l-elfef ,12, 3, 41: Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad: CBP?-I A"mY ROTC I3' Ai' MarketIng Club IIOMANN, ELLEN ROSE ..... DU QUOIN: B.S. in Speech Correction: PHILEA: Miami Uf'iVe'SI'Y of Ohio II . . ' OOKER, HENRY FROST ..... DANVILLEI B,5, in Agriculture: Agriculture Club, Field and FUITOW: Spanish Club: Vanderbilt University H00 . . . . .C.A, KER, LARRY LOVELL ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in General Engineering: S1GMA2,NU, YM H Commrffee II1: Lieut. Col., Air Force ROTC 141: Amold A" Socley 0 . . . ' IIAK, EDWEN MELVYN I l u D I CHICAGQZ B,S, in Metallurgical Engineering: M.l.S., Navy Pier H XTef1SIOn of the University of Illinois oRN, SIANLEY JAY . . , . . , HA EPsILoN PI, nun: union Com' . I. . . CHICAGO, B.S. ID Finance, .ALP mmee Il1: Finance Club: Illini Forensic Association '2 -a A R S -1. ? 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I Loveg mm- 5.5, in L.A.5.g mem CHI, l.,,,,4,,,m, 'Nl un-'Q-gil ,'.'.yfascr ,3Ig Jwnicr Bar Association- U - a. ' ' nfvefwl I CP QHQAGL EMA, Aux L.A.S.3 Illlni Union COIHFIIIIIQQ il 1. 11 Y ,MLC A, Ccmmlllcg ,Sf Scqqglgxgy Club ". Um. X my--GO 5 S In -kl.ccLn!.mcy, SROWERY Nousfl Put, 1 arp, . amoronnq as In l.A.S.: SIGMA cm: mm, Un Wm- 3 5.11-I,-.L .'.'l. . - ll T- 9.1 fm CM. EJ 3, w s nu ur , I Ln 5 Gln, Cub na Gm . . URBANA GS. In f.'I.alKc'H10: VHI GA!,',!,5,'4 UH-'A Tw V- Arm, ROTC l,3, -Il: Acruvmmmcy Clvlyg p,l,,,,ge,mg of ., ,K NEXT YORK, NEI-'.' YORK, BA. ul L.A.Sg ARMORY MUGS! Q Zum ,I - A,I.Cl'..E.5 Clxmcsn' Sludwwls Club, CIN Cqlll-Q, QQ N?-VT: . DON'-'NER5 GROVE, 8.5. ,vw Economlcs, Alpha Kgpp. ph 'Qu fgv Ilzyg Adyanccnwn! ol .'.'l.xlmQcmcnl ' vi , , EAST MOLINEQ B A. an f.'l.arkctmg5 HOPyglN5: pM,5',ln? cw, fic ' I t V'-OQDSIOCK: B.F.A. In Advqrhs-ng Deyglg p1AppA SIGMA f .nl Union Commllluc il, '23, Unwqully 'llscalrq Cuq gl-2 1 I1 ng.-.' ,I, 2, 3, -1, 51, FOOILJAII P-'lmclnng Baud fl,2I: fn., SM-5 ,I, -, Unl-.vrmy Chou Ill: Mcvfs Glue Club ll, 2, 3, -l, 5315 0,.go,,Q sa., I' I Fygnglw Clvb, Sprnq Nlusncal ll 2? I HUDSON, JOHN LESTER ..... CHICAGO, 8.5. Ill CIwmic.xl Engincurlnqyg PHI KAPPA M025 Sqn-.Q IMI, law Bula Pl, Phi L.xmiJd.x Upallong llxc llluo QI, Jun-0: im,fQ,.,,,m.g Cgmll lg Hour Pr.-md-:ni Q33 A,l,Ch.E,: Honors Day IQ, 33 HUGHARI, LYLE WINDSOR . Home Vrusldvfwv Illlno 1 Ur1wcf5nI',f HUGHES, RICHARD EPM .,.. SIREAIORQ HS, in Civil Engmcclmgg PHI SIGMA IPSIICQK 1.23 Mdlmlqy Foundahon Smdqn! Councll QJI5 A,5C,f- Ng,,L.,, . GILSONQ B S. in Agriculturcg CHI PSI, Illini Union C011-.-n,n,,Qy3 lw'r.yl-1. mi f.'u mer 25 5 N,l B, 2, lg F-vid and Furrowg Hoa! .md Hum Club NUISINGA, DOROTHY MAY ..... PARIS: BS. in Accounhxnty: LINCOLN AVENUE RISIDUK1 Algal-.x lnmlada Dulm: Belo Alpha Pa-5 Accounlancy Club: Della Sigma Ofmocng Inn! Club, Honorg Day HULL. BILLY SNERWOOD . . MUMES. IHOMAS IRVIN . . , MUNI, JEAN AILEEN ..... Cl-lla 'l' Cqmlyll MUNI, KENNEIH EARL ..., !mn-mn-,- Coumll HUNILIY, MARY HIANCES . , "MA: :Own I NUNYADY. FRANK WOLT . . fl, liilnmz If-du 5'-:Pnl Club HUPI, RONALD CHARLES ': 'A-'fllf'-'J Cmqf-,f ILE:--3,1 NUILLY. IAMIS DONALD 1" a'f,v1 lin-,lr-1 MUII. NANCY JOAN . . FJRIDGEPORL 8.5. in Agricullurc: University ol Virscqnm . . OAK PARK, Bachelor of Arclmcclurcg MOORE HALL: AIA UEKAIB: 8.5. in Home Economicsg ALLEN HALL: Home Itowilhd College , MORRIS, 8.5. in Aqucullungg ALPHA GAMMA RNC: .luflid HY Ill, Hoof and Horn Club . . . WILf.'lEIIEg 8.5. ir. l.A.S.g DELTA ZEIAQ Illmi Union Curl!!! . Umvrr:-ly Chow: 62, 'Nomvn'a Glcf: Club ll, J, IE -.'.'uLf.Iu1E- as an rafflmlaml Enqanwinq: New WWW' ldfldm. 41, 2, all si. 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Coloulexf., als, .n f.v..,u1.f-ml Eng-MHNI 'un 'I 'W 3'fff!ff': Una. lin,-1.-may ol me Andes lN5ALLS. INGOID' E Mess. E ISACSON' IHNBERG. IQQIBASHI lgmuwf HLNS. If WIY, CH NLYY MA :WAI CI IACKSOIN JACOB, I JACOBS, JACOBS! IICOISI IKCQUII IKUS, MGII, MIN. I Milli, 104450 IANQW MNQW 'Him 'Ulm 1 474 I lnterfr Com ' Cluglmee III21: uni. ERY HOUSE, Pram CHI: Illini Umm s Glee Club ml Kilim! r Ae. 1 MMA DELTA: Y : Marketing RMORY HOU , ity College gf ziwlglglx lpha Kappa PSI: Marlugy. PKINS: Marketing Ctub. Design: KAPPA 5: , Eheatre Cast 1l, 2, Il:21: First Regimemai 4: 51: Oratorio Society Qi PHI KAPPA SIGMA: E17 Junior Interfraternity : PHI SIGMA EPSILON- 131: A.S.C.E.: Northern ini Union Committee 121: f and Horn Club .N AVENUE RESIDENCE: a Sigma Omicron: French lersity of Vincennes IOORE HALL: A.I.A. HALL: Home Economics MMA RHO: Junior Inter- : Illini Union Committee: II: 3: 41 . . p 'dem feiiiglifirii, iii: Lu . - - En- E erIn9: l5A'5'.' sigglloli' the University of Ia Delta: Junior Bar AS' A, Zeta :Asia U 1 I ' I' ois tesign: Northern 'lm . Illini A TAU OMEGA' l-li Marketing Club USE: Education: Blimnligrsitv , Maiors Club: 'cal BUSEY HALL, PhY5' , of Iliinois LODGE: lineefingi ll'l'lNl aternit UI'1IVEf5iKfEgi Orig:-H Alilf MARGARET JOANN ..... JOLIET: B.S. in Elementary Educagion ALP ING ' Shorter Board: Terrapiri II, 2, 3, 41 1 HA CHI OMEGA: 1, BARBARA JEANNE ..... OTTAWA: e.s. ih the Teachin f 11160 ' COGA: The lllio 121: House President 131: Science Ed g 'O Biological .sclencesi WE5' ucatlon Club, President 141 HN THEODORE . . . SILVIS: B.S. ' EI ' . . IN6YIEl5EN,T:3 Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: .Eta Kappa :Rui i:,1iEsLEhgihe0f.ng: FORBES HOUSE University of Illinois Scholarship Key 'l'R'E" HOn0'5 DOY II, 2, 31: ELEANOR JOANNE GALEslsuRG as in Ph sical Ed Illness' M t r Board: Tcgffghg Alhha Sigma Nui: The lll'o 1lY 21- W Auftalloni ALPHA DELTA PIP W?A.iA. U, 2, 3, 41: Student Senate 141: Phylicall Edltcatioh .MEggl? Qlbbpmsldenl Ml: 'susan' HOWARD ..... BERWYN: B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering: TOANCO CLUB: . . . . . CHICAGO: a.s. in Chemistr - PHI EPSIL . . , Mme, JON IRWIN -1 , . , . , , , v, I ON PI, Alpha Ch s , ISE aria? gietI2:hl?lggTl1e Daily Illini 111, Illini Union Committee 111: Honors Day Ezhiglgfg- ,,,,,,:5:lI, AMY MEGUMI ..... LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: as in L,A,S .: LIN RESIDENCE: Sllphalxllambdz Delta: llllnpi Union Committee 1l1: Hawailxglllitllbimlilliflgl-Iliti Cl b: Navy ier Umnl ssoclatton: onors Da 1l, 2: R - ' , N:vy Pier Extension of the University of lllinoisy l oosevell 'lumor College' ISIIIKAWA, NORMAN TAKAO ..... HONOLULU, HAWAII: Bachelor of Architectur - C ROTC 13, 41: A.I.A.: Hawaii Club: University of Hawaii el apt" Army JO ANN ..... NORMAL: B.S. in Elementary Education: DELTA DELTA DELTA: Sh lvms' Board: Kappa Delta PI: Alpha Lambda Delta: University Theatre Crew 121: Star Cooilfg Manager '12, 31: HOUSE' Pfesldeflf I41i l'l0n0"5 DBY ll, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarshrp Key lygyl CHARLES EDWARD ..... URBANA: B.S. in Marketing: Lieut. Col., Army ROTC 13, 41: Military Council 141: Zeta Sigma Alpha 13, 41: Accountancy Club: Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement of Nlanagement IVEY, MARIANNE ..... MOUNT CARROLL: B.S. in Music Education: EVANS HALL: Mu Phi Epsi- lon: University Choir 111: Oratorio Society 1l1: Honors Day 121: University of Wisconsin IWAI, CHARLES T ...... HONOLULU, HAWAII: B.S. in Industrial Education: Hawaii Club: Industrial Education Society IACKSON, CLARENCE ROY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Management: Society for the Advancement of Management: Wright Junior College: Loyola University JACOB, LOIS ANNE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Marketing: SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA: Illini Union Committee 131: Marketing Ciub: Honors Day 1I,21: Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- versity of Illinois JACOBS, ELMER LEE ..... GIBSON CITY: B.S. in Marketing: Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Club JACOBSON, MYRNA D ...... CHICAGO: B.S. in the Teaching of Social Studies: LAUREL HOUSE: Illini Union Committee 111: House President 141: Hillel Foundation Student Council 121 JACQBSON, STANLEY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: CLARK HOUSE: Omega- Beta Pi: YQUVIQ Democrats Club: Honors Day 1l1: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois JACQUES, MARVIN SAUNDERS ..... MAZON: B.S. in Engineering Physics: Phi Eta Sigma: Second Regimental Band 1I,21: Honors Day 1I,2, 31: UniversitY of llllnols SCIWOIHYSNP Key IACUS, WALTER CHARLES ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: KAPPA SIGMA: Navy Pier Exten- sion of the University OI' Illinois IAGER, MELVIN FRANCIS ..... JOLIET: B.S. in General Engineering: PHI GAMMA DELTA: Illini Union Committee 131: Joliet Junior College JAIN, IAIN SWARUP ..... KHATAULI, INDIA: B.S. in Civil Engineering: Chi Epsilon: Hows DBY 131: University of Allahabad 'AMES' WlllIAM Gus ..... JOLIET, B.S. ih Chemistry: CALHOUN HALL: Joliet Mio' CO"e9e lAM'50N. RICHARD CARSON ..... SPRINGFIELD: B.S. in Agriculture, WESMEN, second Lieul., Army ROTC 1a,4:, Phalanx 13,41 I . . - . PA ANOWSKI. KENNETH ROBERT ..... MOLINE, B.s. ih Metallurgical E"9"tee""9' P' KAP PHI: Illinois Tech IA DENCE: NOWSKI. MARY LORRAINE . .... CHICAGO: B.S. ih L.A.S.: LINCOSLN REQ' ,,,,no,5 Alpha Lambda Delta: Pier Playhouse: Honors .DiY.llf2f is JE Scholarship KeY: Navy Pier Extension of the University of l mo H FF , SE, Ouse ERS' ROGER-COLEMAN ,.... MATTOON: B.S. in Mannagemsmi BI5RgfHE5m:2ge Council P'eS'dSt1t 141: University Chair 1i,2:: Oratofio SOCIETY Iggy ph: Chi Eta 13,411 ?'4li Military Ball Committee 141: First Lieut., A"mY ROTC l in ' JEF ccountanCY Club: Society for the Advancement of Manageme HALL Fslts - ,, ALLEN 1 ON' Img lAROSE ..... ABBEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA, B.A. ihP.Le.rA.gX'enSion of the U . efslllf Chorus I41: Navy Pier Alumni Associatlon: NHVY ' "'Ve'Sttv of Illinois I " Q tx Ia 1 Il' N I 1 :xx as 3: XJ' , JJ, . Mlm! , I JH.: g SQ' K 5,7 Q. 3' 5' 'W' ' 4 Sf: ' A I ,ies it Agia.. 'nl 'U -gp-f ...Q P an "CTV 2. Q ck X 1 I ?"s"- . . J I 1 14 -'f I , 11 L .I L 7? ...Q,,,--.. 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CV.-A - A-4-Lf' Psa' No. 2025 Navy Pwr E-lciisioii ol ilu- Un,,.t,,,,,, CQ , lil JOHNSON, BRUCE ROBERT 4' ' 'a v xr.-pyg uvv'-.C JOHNSON, CAROL LOU . , JOHNSON, DALE ALLEN i-in , , , OAK PARK: 5.5. in Mgrlxcringg ALPHA TAU OMEGA ' -.-,Q Ng, 202, .'-'arkuliip Club MJ' . JOLIEII. in L.A.5.Z SlGfJA KAFTPAQ Jolie! Jug-g,C,q Corba CHICAGO: 3.5. in Cliirmisrry- FORBES' Phi lgmbd, Um ,Q C 5 A LCM E, Gviiimii Club Navy Piur Alumni Assocuuiong Honcu Day il. p,:,,., 5' ,K-i En,-micii of Hag Uniyursily of Illinois JOHNSON, DOUGLAS EDWARD ..... LAGRANGE: 5.5. in M.magcmcnlg XAPPA SIGMA: yi, C i iir I " I Q igu i'.'.. rw. f ig , ., Cmnpus Chi.-51 .25 Hcshinan Council: Cgqymfylr Cc.,-Ni 5 ,','..lie.uy Ball Cgmmirlcc lfll: Capl., Army ROTC 13,415 Phi Chi Eu T105 Myhqe Cub- Sc: L-fy lor llm- Advnncciiig-nl of Nlaimgcmg-nr, Young Republiggm CIM, JOHNSON, EMERY RICHARD ..... RIO, DS. in Mechanical Engineering, A,F.S.g A.S.MIg law Tlii-r Ent-vision ol rlic Univursily of Illinois JOHNSON, GERALD EDWARD , . . . HARVEY, 8.5. in l'i'lnn.sgr:mcr1!g DELTA CHI, ,lunlg may l1.1'i-rinr-,- Ccuricil JOHNSON, GERALDINE LOUISE ...,. GALESBURG: 8.5. in The Teaching ol Sogigl 9,45 PZAFPA ALPHA THETA, Mormr Board, Torch, Shi-Ai, Phi Alpha Then, TN llliallji Haig: Clnirii-.an SIUHI Show Illini Union Commillcc UT: Illini Union Eldvirn Cow gil 435 Illini Union Commifler: ll,2J: SIM Course 'AAFIDQCI lI,7lg Y.W,C.A. Cm n1I'r-if .If l'.mInL-ll-frm: Elf-culivc COUn:il 13, -Up Omlorio Sotlcly TH JOHNSON, KENNETH ALBERT ..... DES PLAINES: 8.5. in L.A,S.g CALHOUN HALL, PM hun Ill'-, -'.'..ai-or Clminimii f.'lu:.i: Hour: Illini Union COl'11mllTCC T415 Illini Union Candi P 141, House Pnfzidcnl l-ilg A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Honors Day l3Ig Illinois C0llU9l JOHNSON LAURENCE OWEN ..... SFRINGFIELD: 8.5. in Elctlricnl Engineering, IH! IAN ' O'l Ex Yanni IN ql -I 1. .. 'ug A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.g Gmini-im Della, Honor: Day l?,3I JOHNSON, LOWELL BRUCE ..... MOLINTEQ TTS, in Nlnricllngg ALTTHA TAU OMLGAJ fflw UNCH C'J"1fP'1l'.'f' ll. YI: Campu: Clicsv lllg Fu-xhnmn Week Conimiifn ll,7E. 'N LH'-..iI', Army ROTC I3. -ilg Scnlnbard .md Blade ll -IJ, Zola Sigma Alpha llll: .PU 'lvl Cl.,ili IOHNSON. MARTHA LEE , . ,CHlC1'uGOg BS, in Home ffonomitsg DELTA SIGMA TVQTAL All Avy Fmlcl Day Cornmitfrgir l'4l: Home ECOn0micg Club JOHNSON, ROBERTA LEE ..... BLLLEVILLE: BS. in Rccrrrnllou: PALAMAR: S5011 Illini Uv-Ln Con-mi!'fm lljli Hgugq Pyggldi-'ny ljf: Univgfgily Choi! Illg 'Ek' Glff' Club fl,. Omrovfo Socicvy 437, Orchciii I-ij, American Rgcrulionbl 53" U lil l 3'-sflfvi' Clwimcr, Hanoi: Dny IQI iovmson, noun! omono ..... nocrzrono. n.s. .n emma Enpmw-no: Dill! Um UUILON. Siill Mid Cvfrzcvrni, Hours- Pnpgidenv I-II, Univ:-uily CIIDH L73 JOHNSON f ,.,r . neun ANN , , . cfmaorii, 0.5. .fi Mihai sdmiion, KAPPA num WWW" ' 3 L ni Hu I zicnl El, l.1.-ni-nCr- Collfyqry JOHNSON. wmum mum . , . , mr, oiivs: Lis, 1.-. CN.: gn,,.n.,-Mafia, Pm INN W, J ri ,- li'i-vlunv-1 PECL iomisrou, uumu Jovan liilifi. Y '-'J C I. fr ionusion, un: Louis: . 'i'a"-'.,vr:i, QQ! JOHNSTON, JAN!! ANN guys.: -.ur CC...-U 'D 'HW Council lim Home Pu-iidcnv IST: Maiov, Ai' TU!! 'OTC an . , . . ir-.nf ronisr, us. if. i,A.s,. imcoiu Avoucz --"'f"1i""v 5-52. Scfinl Woih Clubg Sociology Club: CIM!! . . f.-cum vmiori, iowx., as. in fave-iam, DELYAGAW - f-'Guru vwiiori. ioi.-JA. as, in !duuvlovl:9fUA61 F. Ccrnc-ll Cgllq-gig . B' JOHNSTON IOOII ALIXANDEI .... Honirizori, es. in Afiofiouv-UI f"9"""'u' l" - "' 'fn' POTC fix., r.-mimi sum.. 11,1355 l.A,S. M louuuou- :',uLqA'f CICIL ...,. EEUCVIFY, 33, .fi Eligvrical Enqinnfingg IM .an . - S--.u iam, Hgff.: Ur' 132: Lhinhlgh concur H roms, KAYIDUAAIIS . .m..,.H' an in M w,,,,,,,, of Ewaliih: OELIA :IW , AF 1' CVM' " Yli- U'l""'f'll ll'1f:a!r': Crew 22, JT fix JONES. JQNES. JONES. JQPEK, JORDAN lov, SP LADAN. umm: LANL, Sl LANN, E LANN, I MIN, A LAISUI. UMINSI MMM, 1 QANG, I DAO, A- urlll. win, un, nu, 5 A IJQ' 4 76 Ail' Force R0-I-C K3 Ji: GARNER H n: Illinois EI.: o Deering: lllin' . I - . rsItY of lllinoischtlxllan OUSE: . . Dis A.l.A., Chlnege ctino: GRANADA ta, 4I: Marketing ef NOBLE HA . the University ,ti Iil':l,f:g1 It 'HA TAu QME GA: Illini loliet Junior College 5fPhiLabd u'. nf HonorsmDayaI2l,p?:I:x WTI KAPPA SIGMA: Sm I: Commerce Council 131: -IT' Eta l3r4l: Marketing Republicans Club t: A.E.s.: A.S.M.E.: Navy ELTA CHI: Junior Inter: :hing of Social Studies: ha Theta: The lllio ll,2I: wi Union Executive Coun- er lI,2l: Y.W.C.A. Com- ciety Ill .HOUN HALL: Phi Kappa I: Illini Union Committee Illinois College Engineering: THE MAN' Day I2, 3l -IA TAU OMEGA: Illini k Committee ll,2l: FWS' gma Alpha l3,4l: MBIIWI' DELTA SIGMA THETA2 LLAMAR: Shorter Board: sity Choir ldli W0m'?"5 can Recreational SoctetY lineerin9i DELTA KAPPA : Choir l2l APPA DELTA: University . I PHI KAPPA PSI: E,rIrASir Force ROTC l3"ll' AVENUE RESI- MNCglil3I:l:NCarIeton College IA: ucationi DEI-TA GAMA MA: Jcationi DELTA GAM , , ' I utical Eftglneermg' FHS A CHI :ineerin9i LAMBD . IlI'l1i ion: DELTA ZETA' I lows QEA . . . CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Commerce and L Dust young Republlcans Club: Carleton College BWI ALPHA TAU OMEGA: EONARD ..... PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLV . - , DNS' RoBE:LilA.l.E.E.-I.R.E.f Temple University ANIA' B'S' ln EleC"'c"l Engineer- LEE ..... CARBONDALEI B.S. 'rt J I' . A JONES, THOQC5 WILL :gy Delta Sigma Omicron: VIIPGLTWM lsm' GARNER HOUSE: 5'9rna Della ,EK Ioseru JOHN JR. ..... CHICAGO: a.s. in Agriculture BALMQRA lo ' l2l: Field and Furrow: Wilson Junior College i L CLUB: S-N-I-5 ANDER ..... CHICAGO: a.s. :n Cl 'I E - - , , A , toms, Aiilygvy Pier Extension of the University ofvllllinfgegneeflng ALLwAYs HOME, A,S,C.E.: LOUISE ..... VILLAUPARK: B.A. in the Tea It' f s ' ' . IOYr SARA DELTA: Shi-Ai l2l: llllnl Unlon Committee ll,C2:?3gl: oUnivceFsiIy Silhiftie ACLPHA XI W.A.A. in: Pannellenic-w.G.s. Coordinating Committee I2, ay, Pregid-any W. QSW Ill? Glee Club Ill: Panltellenlc Ball Committee II,2:: rloriculture Club M ' omem GHLOUI. BADRI ..... ALEPPO, SYRIA: B.S. ' El t' I E ' ' . Q , UMM' ZA Little United Nations In ec NCB ngmeermg' A'l'E'E' LRF" ECKHARD PETER ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in C' 'I E ' ' , . . , KAEMPFER' A.S.C.E.: Navy Pier Extension of the University oxlil Illirligsneerlng ALL WAYS HOME' USAN JEAN ..... FREEPORT: B.S. in Home Economics Ed t' : DELTA D . um' S Mortar Board: Torch: Phi Kappa Phi: Omicron Nu: AlpIlia:aE:rI:tbda Delta:EIP1h!i Omicron l3,4l: The llllo Il,2, 31: Illini Union Committee ll,2l: Y.W.C.A, Ili- Hom. Economics Club: Honors Day II,2,3:: University of Illinois Scholarship Ke I , Y KAHN, EGON ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: GARNER HOUSE: Pershing Rifles tl, 23, President IZI: German Club: Roosevelt University: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois KAIIN, MICHAEL ..... CHICAGO: B.F.A. in Advertising Design: PHI EPSILON PI: Star and Scroll: lnterfraternity Executive Council I2l: Junior lnterfraternity Council Ill: Mar- keting Club KAIN, MARSHA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Physical Education: ALLEN HALL: W.A.A. l3, 41: American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter: Physical Education Maiors Club: Student National Education Association: Los Angeles City College: Los Angeles Valley College: University of California at Los Angeles: Chicago Teachers College KAISER, DONALD JOSEPH ..... JOLIET: B.S. in Journalism: THETA KAPPA PHI: Alpha Delta Sigma KAMINSKAS, EVEI.YN IRENA ..... ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY: B.A. in the Teaching of German: LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE: Oratorio Society ISI: German Club: Douglass College KAMM, SOMOMON ..... WINNETKA: B.S. in Accountancy: PHI SIGMA DELTA: Sachem: Phi Kappa Phi: Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi, President till: Illini Union Board I3l: Maior Chairman Treasurer's Illini Union Committee ISI: Illini Union Council l3l: Illlini Union Committee ll,2, 31: Student Senate IZI: Commerce Council Ml: Accountancy Club: Honors Day II,2, 3l: University of Illinois Scholarship Key KANG, HYUNG HWAN ..... SEOUL, KOREA: B.S. in L.A.S.: LUNDGREN HOUSE: San Jose Junior College KAO, ANTHONY MONSHIUN ..... PEIKAN, FORMOSA: B.S. in Civil Engineering: A.S.C.E.: A.S.M.E.: St. BenediCt's College Will. HENRY KARL ..... ANTIOCH: B.S. in Chemical Engineering: THETA CHI: Phi Eta 519013: Illini Union Committee Ill: First Lieut., Army ROTC l3,4li PIWBIGDX l3r4li A.l.Ch.E.: Honors Day Ill KAPERI WII.lIAM JR ,,,,., ELMWOOD PARK- B.S. in Management: Illini Union Committee llt2li German Club: Society for the' Advancement of Management WUOV, RICHARD GARY ..... CHICAGO: D.s. in Marketing: TAU DELTA PHI: Marketing Club: University of Michigan: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Km' AVIVA . . . CHICAGO: B.A. in Special Education: ALLEN RESIDENCE HALL: Illini Union Committee l3,4l: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Navy Pler EXTSDSIOU of the University of Illinois KAIZ, lllA DEBRA ..... CHICA - ' . EY HALL- University Theatre Cast l3l: , GO, B.A. In L.A.S., BUS r . . .u UIT'Ve"5iiY Theatre Crew l3l: Young Democrats Club: Pier Playhouse? Plef Ulm" NHVY Pler Extension of the University of Illinois xt . WAN. ADRIENNE cEcELIA ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: PHI SIGMA SlGImf5r ,Alpha I-Gmbda Delta: Honors Day lil: Navy Pier Extension ot the University of lf10'5 KAU . . - . FMAN' BRUCE ROBERT ..... SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA: B.S. In Electrical Englneef Ing: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: City College of San Fiancisco KAUF A- MANN' ,FREN : . . . . DECATUR: B.S. in Elementary Education: KAPPA KAPPA GAMM r KSA Inl Union Committee Ill: Campus Chest ll,2l Gif' 5UEs:AN ..... ROCK ISLAND: B.S. in Elementary Education? l?ELTA3PElI,fn,D5hIf,j Coflef Board: Maior Chairman Dad's Day Illini Union Commlttee I f mm ommlttee t1,2,a:: Y.w.C.A. Il: rJ . . N . 202: AMEJIOWARD ..... sI4OIclE: a.s in Marketing: llllnl Campus Amve'SPFfgj'EXfen5,o,, of theHn9.ClUDi Society for the Advancement of Managememi Navy I e University of Illinois .co ' 9 '. ' I ' E1 V- lin . 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GQOYE- 5.5. in Elemcnmry Educariong DEHA GMM I . ,.., -A if Ju 1:-'J -A 1 IN 'hr x 'Q-L NET. YORK Him. in L,-'A,S.g ROOJ-AH: S951 KELLY BERL i K M wiv H is :why A WOAL the , , U ALTRINV 8,5 in LAS.: STRATFORD HOUSEp Home BN, Lmv user? L' Q I lf., U,,m,,, pen., rum. Union Beard Qi: vjucusrixtrwi xffx -1 kiln. PM-3 dv,-111 ,3 -37 Unwcrsdy Rcligrcug COL,-Log di' unF"'l'l QM., g:.,.M.s.1 Q .gv r,,.,dL-nt ,315 Cnmpvs Chest AIIocs1iens ,gd A51-'wa Q- 3 Ii 'fm' H KMHEQINE JANE . Cv-i:u.iP:xzGNg FIFA, .n Adn-fmmq 9,,,,9.,: Aw, A, KENDHG ' Shu, pg Q,,.,.,..-, Alps, Chu Lusk and Baublc: Socuciy oi lllumgqcq, K" -,','A.,., -Iva,-3XAl.r 3 L-Irw,'.4,-rp!-, IINQAIIL' Creve Vhgglt-Y FoU5Ed..:,n 'Grin gi,-:Q 3 PM-I-lil,-n 4 Mil Commireuc I-IM Honors Day 11,33 ' "W" JOSEPH FLOYD 4 I FEOREA- HS. rn I'.'Iuch.wnic.xI Erwqirxcerr-Ig: SIGIAA pm C 1, KENNELL' V. V., !,..L.,a,l,-,.,,.A,x' Coxon? '22 Scimid Rcqm1cnmI Band U15 Univg-sign, Cho, i' L we C-vw-, A-f row ROTC rain, vmn. In 1,1 S AE For-gr: Cay II I H " KEREN JANKZE lgg Q , CHICAGO B5 in EIL-mcnmry Educnirong LINCQLN AWNM NS, ' fffgff im.-I, Union Cofnmrrrcc IZIQ Urrlvcrsiry Thcarre Crew ilk WAR Glax- ,Mx ,,, pn., d,.,,y .gf Swdr-nr Sur-.arg 3.55: Orchrtsus I-Hg Freshman Wool CpmmX.,g'.' 5.LL5,.,-- N5 ,mul Edgmrron Assocralron I2.3I "' KERSTEIN, ARNOLD . ..CHICAGOg 8.5, in Mclnllurqitnl Enginceringg EBEL NAU. an fm., IH,-v E--L-union QI !Iu.- Unrvcrniry of Illinois ' KESE4 AMOS .SECHERE ASHANII, GHANA: -8.5. in Mcchaniral Engrnqq,-nng' Cyn' HOUSE, AFS4 A.S.M.E.g London Univvgrsrry KESSEL, KEITH JAMES . . . , BER'-'JYNg B.A. in L.A.S,g The Daily IIIinig Young Dqmxxzpg CLA r'.',q-rrcn Jlnior CQIICUL- KESSER, DIANNE MARY .... CHICAGO: BPA. in Af' EdUCB'I0": SIGMA SIGMA 515,33- I1I.n. Unron Corumitrcc IGI: Univcrsiry Theatre Crew I3,-II KEYSER, RICHARD KARL .... ROCKFORLL B,S. in General Engineering: Hhnoip S-ggqr, ,J "3 3 AI Gcmrrnl Enging-gr .4,,, KIBBIE, DANIEL CLYDE ..... ARLINGTON HEIGHISJ BS. in Journnlixmg Sheng Dying 0. WILL-TV f3,.1Ig r.'I.uLqnnn CIULJQ Navy Pier Alumni Anocinriong Yovng Oomwri Clnhg Nav-,f Pwr Erlrrrwion QI rho Univcrsily of IIIinois KIBLER, JOHN WESYERLUND SIIIII .md Crryacrrnv' Home Prrgzidcnr I3Ig Da'ry Pr0duCIi0n Clubg Dairy IQIWWUM Socifrw, Frryardunl I-1, . , . . . NORMAL: BS in Dairy TechnoI0qv: ALPHA DLL!! WJ KILBURN, BARBARA JOAN HALLQ SIU-Arg Mu Phi Epsilong University Orchcsrrn II,2, 315 Univerliiy Urdu! 17. Oravorro S-ocrcvy 2g Umvursily of Colorndog Wcaiurn Michngnn Unrvfrnlv . . . BATTLE CREEK, MlCHlGANg 8.5. in Music Eduulvon: LVDS KIM, NANCY JEWEL .. ,,CHICACvO5 BS. in L.A,S.g ALLEN HALL: PnnlioIIQnrf-WGS C9 fldvrnirnq Comrnillegg Hnwqu Clgbi Navy picf Alumni Auocialiofi: NIV? " ljrfmvori GI VIH: Umvrfrarry OI lllinois wrrf. 'U r': 4 r KIMBER, ROGER ARTHUR ,.,.. S'PEATlDPg 8.5, in Mcdmmcnl Engineering: S'Qml IN4 "IN ' 311 "'r !In1 Hunxj r ISI .i .re I?Ig Honorg Day KIMMEL, EVERETY DAN . . . CAPBONDALH B.S. in hhnngcrvicnlg SIGMA CHI! Mlwllam 5-V'1""1 f'-IDN-w rf-uma Pg.: Tribe of Illini I-:Ig lnrmnmrnl Manager I-II: Av'-W1 CUNA -2. PM im-'fi 'J -iz, f.i.1,0f, mf Forcn norc ray, Armed Forces Countil 02. MW fb' 5Offr'Y'f IJ -IIQ Scnhbnld and Blade Ifllg Mnrkciing Clubg Purdue UUIVUWV ummm. :Ames :owns i,,, vmmf., ns. an iQ.,m.ra,m, own UPSILON: 9-fu " f"'1"'I'. IN- IIIro '?I. Mari:-:Inq Clubg Bradley Univnrxirv xmoiz, sirzfscru Ausrm .. Hwonms cirvi ns. an Home snowman: 'UN' '42, :fm Na- IIJDLIIOD Om-trong Uv- llhg ILQI5 Illini Union Commiiift ILI5 9' Y H fm., .-,pre , 5 my-H Economics CIUIQ KINDLE' LARRY JOE f OIIAVJA: H5 In Elrrnrgnhuy fciuCA!i0rlg PHI GAMMA mu 'f 'sf f. rfffm-rrw fps- C . .. . -I - 11.73 ammo, xmc, KINGA IING, unc ALBIIYA CECELIA 'T'-' Y'19"'5?i, f:,a LVL! EUGENE ..,,.. , ,J r 'i'.'r-:'fvz- " NIYA ANN L-1"'I'5-1 al PALIICK IOSIPM r ... 4. .,,, Finn.-'Q ," j SUIANNI null! --fwfifxg rmnnv, noun wilson W! ,. arnpu. Chg.r III, Sq-cond Rrggrrmenn Bl if , nin.'.emr1Hf.r.r, ALA8AMAg as. 21 LA-5.1 55" go ruth CIQIII, Hoa.-Arrl CQILCQQQ Norrhcnirgrn SHN TOMMY W , . 4 V' wr-mur Gnovc, ns, an rms.,.i,Q.r :nw-wine: 54" gfm .nl -L, P353 IIIr:m-muin-1 fngurwfrinq fv0C'U'VJ uma. 3'0" Uhr-.'r71:i!4,'g Univr-rzily UI Oqhwlre EIIQVWLUR I'-'-ITIL. BA, in Ihr- 'Ir-aching 01 fngiuhg GAMMA PH' in II"-f-'iffy Th-niw Cn-H Q55 Umw-fgify Chryui IRI: Www' , od!!! CWIVI-GFP a f. .H I 1. 2. r.r...s.-Img Club: Sowl' MN: gg :MILL sl-M p.W.,QgL, of ni., un-wviilv 0' I wi I""L'w.7-'I-JIU '53 in EIrmnn'A1V Eduflnonz ZF'-.7 Ijrf CH CC:-vw'mL!!.n-r Ili, Pnrrkagllqnit Ball CofN"5""I - 7-'AGPIOLII-1 BS, in I..f-.S,: SIGMA NU gmsm. ,. I I ,I ,mcnH0F' MLAUSPU LJELLGREL' LLAYUM. LLICNA. J LLUN. FR MEIN. W' HHN, NJ LLLPINGE LUNG, P I I 5 MULILR. I I I LNAPP, I ANILS. Ll LNIGNI, I-HOBLOI 4: moon, 'I L mowit 'I ri I I I mum, I I , 'rrursou I , VOCM, 1 'OCHLI I 'OLLLLI I VOMLIN UQMN' 'Grim 'DLLAC Cl bi Mar Wpchkllng DELTA GAMMA: AH: Social WOW CH u,, iwllflortar Bond: Tom' Counclilllczjif 1EXFCuIi-:Q Ilocations arid RXFIII, F5011 9 Design: A ET lllustratorsilpglrevgiql. SJOY Foundation gwdgqc ""9: SIGMA p . I1: University El1l1-,REL 5' : Phalanx 13,417 AiFl4'f 5:1 LINCOLN AvENuE EW ut: WAA, 12,5521 an Week Committee-11211 ing: EBEL HALL: M151 cal Engineering: CLARK : Young Democrats Club, SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA, iring: Illinois Society ot I . . . Ialism: S'oma Delta Chi: :iation: Young Democrats igv: ALPHA DELTA PIII: Club: Dairy Technology Music Education: EVANS 31: University Chorus II1: gan University ,: Panhellenic-W.G.S. Association: NBVY ple' Iering: Sigma Tau: Pi Tau SIGMA Jclxfhlltbe-lfgiji f : i 9 IC U Ebgges Council 131: Alnold : Purdue UniversItY TA UPSILONI Skull and mics: PRESBY HALL: Eoggmmittee 1l1i 5l'0'Ball I: PHI GAMMA DELTAf infal Band 11:21 LAS' BETA SEMA A . tate Te achers College - Tau: En' ' 'lr-,gg Sigma JI: sgsiigxli Honors DaY I Extension h . I 3 'AMNIA PHI BETA' fitp Zo 121: Hows Day - b: N511 Club: 5DOn'5l"lliLU0is: PM niversitY of TA: ANIMA PH' BE . . G l12?,2,f,1mittee llI NIU cs CHARLENE ..... CHARLESTON: as I , Illini, JOgaubIei University Theatre Manager 13,: Un'2'?lehaL5-3hT:HtETA UPSILON: 155,11 and Theatre Crew 13,41: Campus. Chest 13,415 Comminee on Zxred Cast '13,41: Ungvmwy greek 131: WILL 131: Terlgapin 131: Greek Week Committeeu antdlbissiolir-Io 13,, 1111, Committee 131:. Gamma eltd: Teachers-in-Tra' ' . ' 5 afllwlleniq B11 Eastern University mmg Club' Young Republicans Cl-Jin: ICHARD EDGAR ..... SCHILLER PARK: , ' lllamon' litllarketing Club: Bradley University BS' In Accoumancyf ACC0U""0f"CY Club: 5, IHERESA GIEDRE ..... CICERO: B.A. ' L.A. .- . llluuslu Lithuanian Students Club: Spanish Club Pr3identS141AlI-ILEN HAIL: Stgma Delta Pi, of Illinois Scholarship Key: Navy Pier Extension of :pie J:s?rSE'3Yo12.I3li University IYTOIS MARY ELLEN CHRISTINE ..... ROCKFORD: , ' UELLGREN, KAPPA SIGMA: Shi.Ai: mini Union CommmeeBqS5. Isnislementary Education: PI House President 131: Student National Education Association-ev Y lhcauc .C'C""' l2l' OUOQ Republicans CIUB ILTON ARTHUR ..... CHICAGO: as ' M 1, - . . KLAYUM. M Pier Extension of 'he Univeghy of HHHJE ec anical Engineering: A.S.M.E.: Navy JANET EVELYN .... D. OAK PARK: B.A. in L.A.S.: THET . . . . HECKAI mittee 12, 3, 41: University Theatre Crew 121: Terrapin 19:i'ilJSA11lB?1l:1bJ:l:nEoHln'0n Com' ' ' ege EoERIcIc CECIL ..... CHICAGO: B.A. ' L.A.s.: TAU . . , . mem. FR 2' 3,7 Junior Imerfmemhy Council 01? WPGU: HonoDSELggAy Ptliif, The Dolly III.n. ti, HARRY ORLANDO ..... BOGOTA, COLOMBIA: B.S.' M h ' ' . I nun' Colombian Students Club: Cornell University: Unidgrsitscoinhigl Egggeenng' A'S'M'E'i HARVEY SHELDON ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in cn 'I , PRAET . . . 'mu' Alpha cn: sigma: Phi Lambda uosaion: Holfolstgosiden, 3f'A,Q'25P,l"H'f3'a 5'9g'f'f 11, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 131 ' ' ' " new ay KLEPINGER, JUDITH KATHERINE ..... LAFAYETTE: INDIANA: B.S. in city Pionnin . Th nn 1l, 21: University Theatre Crew 1l, 21: Fine and Applied Arts Council 1lg'2,. RIA? University of Colorado ' ' " " KLING, PAULETTE BURR ..... RIVER FOREST: B.S. in L.A.s.: DELTA ZETA, - - 13, 41: Gamma Delta: DePauw University Oratorlo Somew xIuETER,IIERscIIEL HENRY ..... EDWARDSVILLE: a.s.' A ' lt IE - A . . , ing Council tap: A.S.A.E.: Honors Day 12, at In gm' Ura ng'nee""9' E"9"'ee' KNAPP, RONALD FRANKLIN ..... SPRINGFIELD: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: THE MAN- SION: A.F.S.: A.S.M.E. KNIES, THOMAS CASPER ..... OAK LAWN: B.S. in Engineering: NEWMAN HALL: l.A.S.: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois KNIGHT, SUSAN CHARLOTTE ..... ROCKFORD: B.S. in Music Education: ALPHA PHI: Women's Glee Club 12, 3, 41 KNOBLOCK, GEORGE CHARLES JR ...... CHICAGO: B.S. in Civil Engineering: The Daily Illini 13, 41: The lllio 13, 41: I.P.C. Photography Staff 13, 41: Illinois Technograph 13, 41: Engineering Council 131: A.S.C.E.: I.T.E.: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Inois KNODLE, JOHN MARCUS ..... ROCKFORD: B.S. in Industrial Engineering: BETA SIGMA PSI: lnterfraternity Executive Council 131: House President 131: Engineering Council 121: Sno-Ball Committee 1I1 KNOWLES, LEON STUTTS ..... BELZONI, MISSISSIPPI: B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering: GARNER HOUSE: Illini Union Board 141: House President 121: MRHA Executive Council I3,41: I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers 1I,21: University Baptist Foundation Student Council 12, 31: Engineering Council 131: I.A.S., President 141: WPGU 1l, 2, 3, 41 KNUTH, GEORGE EDWARD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: 'THE MANSION: A.I.E.E.-l.R.E.: Gamma Delta: Honors Day 1l, 2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship KQV: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois KNUTSON, WILBUR LEROY ..... OREGON: B.S. in General Engineering: DELTA PHI: Star and Scroll: Illinois Technograph 1I1 KOCH -IOHN EDWARD ..... QUINCY: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: A.F.S.: A.S.M.E.: S.A.E.: Quincy College KOCNERI GEORGE ELMER ..... OBLONG: B.S. in L.A.s.: NEWMAN HALL: Second Regimental Band tl, 21: Men's Glee Club 11, 2, 31: A.I.Ch.E. 1I, 2, 3, 41 K0 . Elm' RICHARD DOUGLAS ..... SPRINGFIELD: as in Finance: BETA THETA,PI6ISoctEeEi5 Y.M.C.A. Doard of Directors 12, 3, 41: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 12, 3: Ali Men sd is isor ll' Zli UVIIVCYSIYY Reli ious Council 12 31 Campus Chest Allocations an V Y Board 13: 41: Commerge Council 13, 411 Fihance Club, PFGSIOSVWT 13: Ali l-lnle Unlled K Natwns: Varsity Swimming Manager 1l, 2, 31 out , . ENBERGIEFI lAwRENcE BURTON ..... MARISSA: Ds. in cnonnony, BARTON HOUSE: Irst Lieut., Air Force ROTC 131: A.C.S. KOIIN . .MIcIIFAELAIcIA,RLIN ..... HIGHLAND PARK, aoonolof of Architecture: ALPHA EPSWON KOLISH H l - 1 11. 'RQNALD ..... CHICAGO: B.F.A. in Painting: TAU KAPPA ERsILoN, sootofy o xou usllalors' Honors Day 131 A A I I CKS' lilf1.ll1RAM AXEL ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: GARNER HOl1SEl: P1245 Ilaerzlivullllggi Ho' he 'llI0131: I.P.c. Pnofoofoony staff 131: A.l.Ch.E.: Gamma Pe 6' mrs DHY II1: Navy Pier Extension of the UniversitY Of lll""o'5 499 of' oa .ci ""'1 ,, if ' 2 Q A . ggi, . K x -N If . E L. Al 'A ,1- are 2 , .Y-A V M F. t Is.: ,.- - sg fu X 1: xr. 'V- . fi III, If '71 I ' 1 I 2' ., . 1 , I 4- tx 4 . 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Roxy' NANCTyl,Efi' .,,,, I jr N,S A, Sgngfc 5L.Ly.qornrni!Ii:C Ill I " mm' Umm' KOUTNIK' pAUl GEORGE 1 QQWNERS GROVE: B.S, in L.A,S.: NEWMAN NAIL go., ,uf Com-.w i 3' XOWAMHIA GERALD H Q y LENICE, BSL in Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E,.l.Q-E, xozioi, AUDRIENNE MONICA 4A... cHi:Aoo, DA .rr LAS., DELTA ZETAg Loy-ol. UMM xuAsHEN, oLoruA Ross ...., GLENCOEy Ds, in Home Economics: PHI SIGMA SIG-LM r., Um :Cn Qmmrorrg The lllio QI: French Club: Home Etonomrcs Club: Hmm, DHL. L. KRASNECK, CHARLES F ..,,,. CHICAGO: B.A. in LAS.: FLAGG HOUSE: Gcrmin Club: lag., -.irlr Uniyuri-ily: Clwicaqo Tcacliicrs COIILQD: Wilson Junior College: NNY pm bv. 1 on ol Ilwc University of Illinois KRAUS, RALPH JOSEPH ..... MAPLEWOOD, MISSOURI: 9.5, in Elcclrical Engimgrnv 03 KAPPA ALPHA: Alpha Phi Omega: The Daily Illini IY, 3I: HOUR Pruidefrl IS'-.ISIN nous TL-clwnograpli IQII: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. KRAY, GERALD LOUIS ..... BRADLEY, 5.5. in Electrical Engineering, NEWMAN HAIL: AIU, l,R.E,g Synron: Lux-.iis College ol Science and Technology KRIER, MARDELLE LOUISE ..... BERWYN: B.A. in L.A.S.: STRATFORD HOUSE: Aldu Ury, Frcslinmn Council: Umycrsily Baplisr Srudcnl Foundarion Sludcn! Council ill, Ygq Republicans Club KROFT, ARTHUR ELLIS , .... LINCOLNWOOD: B.S. in L,A.S.: Pl LAMBDA PHI: OYYWQI IHA P, House Prusidpnl lfll: Honors Day III KRUPNICK, MORTON STEVEN ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Law: NOBLE HOUSE: Iwo! lv Assocrariori: Lirrle Unilcd Narions: Navy Pier Alumni Associnrion: Young Dmwrr Club: Navy Pier Exlcnsion ol the Univcrsily of Illinois KRUSE, WILLIAM EUGENE ..... COLFAX: B,S. in Aeronautical Engineering: LAS. KUOPPALA, ANJA ALMA .... ,WAUKEGAN: B.F.A. in Painting: VANLIG: Univtrifiv INN Crew III: Orchcsis III KUT, LEONARD JOSEPH ..,,. CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: CAMPUS VIEW LODGE: fflflfh Navy Pier Alumni Associnrion: Honors Day III: Navy Pier Enlemion ol IN UW vcrsily ol Illinois LACHER, ROBERT RINEHART ..... OREGON: B.S. in Civil Engineering: PHI KAW! SIGN- Ihq Ill-0 IQIQ Uni-mrzilv Thcairc Crew IQI: Capt., Army ROTC III. ll: K5-cf' LACKEY, GEORGE CURTIS ,.... SALEM: HA. in l.A.S.: NEWMAN HAIL: PM Albhl DQI'lC.lA E-new-vc Counqil fill: Sruderir Senulr: l3I: Commillcc on Srudenr Alhirs Ill: C953 "0" C0"T'Tl'II"Ff' lfll: Commirrrrc on Srudenl Discipline l3I: IM '04 had In C0-mc-1 l7. Ill: FIM' licul., AUTIY ROTC ll -II: Junior Bar Anocialiom Y0v"99""' Club: Honor: Day IQI LAcv, DONALD LESTER ...., KANSAS: Es, in EIQCIYICIII Engineering: MPN! FW" FOOIIMII I'-lwfli-rw B-and lil, -il: Frm Rqqimcnrrrl Band I3, -II: 504004 909""'d lI.?I: A.l.E,E AI,R,E.: Honor: Day Ill Nl. lvl LAKATOS, JOHN PETER , .... GARY, INDIANA: as. in rndulrmn Enqirweriw: A-7-5'1A'sLL lrwclrnna Unrvqrznry LAMMM, HAROLQ EVANS ,.... SHELDON: us. in L.A.S.: r.nr lieul.. Amr 'UIC an "MR -"'fl""1 AIDIIN llrilg Illini SporlLmrm'5 Club MMIII. JUINAWVELNEYTE ,.r., vArIDALiA, 9.5. an ni., rmrrmq or asolvnhl U"'f End., HALL, Alpha LFIIYIIDCID Della: W.A.A. II,2I: Illini Chrillihn fflwfimuh th rr-MM-rg in irmnmq Clultr, SIULI-'rnl Nalrorml ELIUCMIOY1 Anotllllbfll Now' LAumooLA. Ammo nov I . . Lf-r:E FOREST: Emerg. or Archileciurri CONIINFNW 'N' f- I H'-, HAH P.,-r g.1qnLion of Iliff Univrrrsiry ol Illinois LANDIIS GLENDA MA ' ' ' EYMMI-Il? ' .IE -'-' Jl2llIV"-N: 8.3. in Home Economics: MCKINl fff,.r:.vf 'L Clnh, Yfmml penumymm Club unc' cnoEf"f.' - O'-'TLA'-'-'r::, a.r.A, an Arr Ed-mizom ALPHA DELTA nr Wu ' 'TMA "" 3, Urlznvgily Tkq-glfff Cfcw W unc. urns! YILLEAM . I cwcmo, a.s. in Marugqmenrr DELTA ursiLoN:5l"",,g fl ffm'i'f"'- Cl""""0'I Ill: UUIVQYLIIY Thqglre CYBW III: ffqdllil' IV .f..,n.. :ini iradmgr-lg Cm-,,m,,,f.,: nj: lnycfhuunhy 5,11 Cgqlnmd W iff! """f 907C fl 4:1 Hn Chi Er, 13, 47, Mnrnranq Club: rr fqrffar-.ff-rvzr-fm! QI ffkqqhgqmqny 500 lANGHOFF LANGIEY' UKNSEN. J LANT. luc IARSON. I LARSON. I LAISON. LASH, IEI IASKE, LA IAUUI, W LAUGNLII IAUNER, LAURIDSE IAWOER, IAWIISS, IAY, PA' IAY, RIC LIU, C4 iuvlrr, LIILIMA Lu. Loi III. JUI III, In IINMAA IIIIYI IHA!!! IUMA! I Educatio . Il 41: BusinrEssMCKlNLE'f Education 1: PHI SIGMA SIGMA 19: LINCOLN AVENUE Pl: Shi-Ai: min: Umm IEWNIAN I-IAM, Menon .I.E.E.-I.R.E. ZETA: Loyola University PHI SIGMA SIG . r I Club: Honors DllxilI2lihl EE: German Club: Roose, llegei Navy Pier Exten, ectrical Engineering: PI House President I31: Illi. XIEWMAN HALL: A.l.E,E.- D HOUSE: Alpha Chron: Ident Council I21: Young DA PHI: Omega Beta Pi: JBLE HOUSE: Junior Bal :iation: Young Democrats Leering: I.A.S. NLIG: University Theatre aw LODGE: French Clultf r Extension of the Um' A. qg: PHI KAPPA SIGM I Tc is, 41: A-S-C-5 .1 Phi Alpha Della: M'l'Ai sent Affairs mtg igifdfjjs IM Rec Boar ran mciationi Young Democ ru: ALPHA WMA PHE Second Regimental Bal' . .C.Er: ineeringi A-PS" A5 aut., ArmY ROTC lg' All . ' CES? f Biulooifal 5"en 21: ihrgtian EeIIuwSlg:yliit :iationi Honors L Ire' CONTINENTAL HM I . MCKINLEY Hftllf Home . - 'On IA DELTA Pl: lll"" Un' Fair A UPSILON: Cagffstrsck 1- Freshman Vary. Sefolld ' Ittee,l3', oraett ll EGFR EP5"0"' 5 .U I F, g0WARD FRED ..... LANSING: as in LAS MAR We I Junior College: U.C.L.A. i I ' ' 'J KLAND HOUSE: Thornton ARA LUCILE ..... PEKIN: B.S. in Elem t Ed - , UNULFYI am mio 121: Star Course Manager CU: House Piieiident lJ.:fl'82fvSAfAMA PHI BETA: Oratorio Society II1 ' 5' Y Cho" ll. 2. 32: ENE MARIE . . . CHICAGO: in Phys' al Ed ' , LAIISEN. Joh, 2, 31, Physical Education Mayors Club, PiEsidentUCS1lPnNa5lRC: HALL' W A-Ar V5 me University of Illinois : y ter Extension gf x . . . . . MOLINE: B.S. ' H E ' . , , A um' lucnT11It2:EI31: Home Economics CILiI:1 omg Conomlcs' BUSEY HAI-I.: Illtnt Union Com- UR EUGENE JR ...... PALOS PARK: a.s. ' M I: A . union. Allmlketing Club: Honon Day 12, 'fl af ettng, PHI SIGMA KAPPA: FREDRICK ..... JOLIET, B.S. in Agr'c It , R00 . IAISON. DAIQTLCI Horn Club: Joliet Junior College I U we JAH' Alpha Tau Alphaf Hoof 1'-L 4 I :,I 5 .. I Q1 C ft :XT S .- E AYNE GILBERT .... : PORT BYRON: B.S. in Da' T h I : , I union' w DairY Technolo9Y SOCIETY My ec no ogy BETA SIGMA PSI' RYL ARDEAN ..... BETHALTO:-B.S. in Speech C t' : PRESB - IASII. TER Lambda Delta: Zeta Phi Eta: Illini Union Committee tcltrgiiilzriudent NahiohlalILlEduiltliiiR Association: Honors Day Ili , As ' uni, LAWRENCE LOUIS ..... ROUND LAKE PARK: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: TRIANGLE A . i '? ,Y ' ,- I MUER, WILLIAM ROBERT ..... .J-OLIET: B.S. in Commerce: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet K3, 41: Y,M.C,A, Committee I3, 41: Illini Insurance Soctety, President I41 LIN, THOMAS KEVIN ..... PONTIAC: a.A. in L.A.S.: T It Ir, N F - WGN Student Council ii, 2, 31: Honors Day in me aw ewman cU"da"o" LAUNER. DONALD WAYNE ..... BEARDSTOWN, B.S. in Agriculture: FORBES HOUSE: Haut l and Horn Club KANKAKEE BS in LAS PHI GAMM IAUIIIDSEN, KURT VICTOR ..... : . . . . .: A DELTA: Illini Union Committee II, 21: Star Course Manager il, 21: Y.M.C.A. Committee Il, 21: Campus i Chest Il, 21: Wesley Foundation Student Council II1 up , LAWDER, JAMES ARTHUR ..... MURPHYSBORO: B.S. in Commerce and Law: Junior Bar As- l , sociation: Honors Day fl, 31 . - LAWLESS, LINDA .IANE ..... LAWRENCEVILLE: B.S. in Music Education: ALPHA PHI: Shi-Ai: ,. , Illini Union Committee IT1: Y.W.C.A. Committee II1: University Choir Il, 21: Oratorio f ' Society tl, 3, 41 f -If ' T , I - rl' , . .1 ,tx --Ii.: f IAY, PATRICIA ANN ..... BUSHNELL: B.S. in L.A.S.: CHI OMEGA: Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Lambda Delta: The lllio lI1: Illini Union Committee I21: Star Course Manager Il, 21: N.S.A. Senate Subcommtttee I21: I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers 121: French Club, President l31: ' Honors Day tl, 21 IAYRI - - - '. -pn' -T" if r CHARD JENE ..... NORTHBROOK: B.S. In Electrical Engmeering, THE MANSION, I 4- - Eta Sigma: House President 141: Honors Day QI1 ,,, v Q, 5 f - 1 'i LEAF, CAROL ..... CHICAGO: B,S. in Journalism: LAUREL HOUSE: Alpha Lambda Delta: Gam- " ma Alpha Chi: The Daily Illini I21: Indiana University l5AVlTT. LAWRENCE RAYMOND ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.s.: COSMOPOLITAN: Psi cha: Y.M.C.A. Committee I31: House President I31 IEIERMANN, KENNETH WAYNE ..... ROCK ISLAND' B.S. in Food Technology: PHI SIGMA KAPPA: A.l.Ch.E.: Young Republicans Club I K lff. EDWARD LEROY ..... NIATTOON: B.S. in Management: Y.M.C.A. carnntattee MI: Society for the Advancement of Management C, K, fv K' N. ,ri 1 .,. 4' I 6 fe 1' tn.. f ' " 1 - if . .14 A A ....,..-- ' lEE.IUEl., . . - . - t V' .. . CHICAGO: B.S. Management: Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Club, Society Ol' the Advancement of llliianagement: Ripon College: University of Washington IE . . E' R'ClIARD GEORGE ..... EAST PEORIA: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: ALZHA 'Digg PHI: Slgma Tau: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E.: lllInI CamDU5 mve 5 NP- 202: Marketing Club: Honors Day ll, 21 I sit ' MANN, JotI.N HENRY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Marketing: MINAWA REBELS: Alpha Kappa Phli Illini Christian Fellowship I3, 41: Commerce Council, Presidonf IS' 475 ATCOLi2iaThE 'ill Club: Marketing Club President I41- Navy Pier Alumni Association: SOCIEY r ' , ' ' f th Advancement of Management- Young Republicans Club' Navy ple' EX'e"5'On O 8 t - . t ' X Umvefslty of Illinois 5- I F E stat, . , PATRLCIA NEwsoME ..... NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS: a.A. In L.A.S., Wellesley lim ollegei Harvard University E, . GE: GRA? MARGARET ..... RIVERSIDE: e.E.A. in Art Eaucatranf il:ER1'1'f?QRinfQJ"f1iO,, Bona' Board: Torch: Alpha Chron: Society of Illustrators: The.I IO ml., mini Union Coard.I41: NIBIOV Chairman Union Movies Illini Union Cornnvlfeg df My Campus Czuncil I31: Illini Union Committee il, 21: Alumni Association 05' ' mms E51 Allocations and Advisory Board l41: Honors Day l2t 31 .KAREN ANN - ESBY HALL' Alpha - . . . , . ' ' fM th attcs: ER f Lambda Delta PDANVLLLE, B.S. In the Teaching 03. Zwzngn, National Education - . : I Mu -psilon: House President I1, soclalloni Honors Day U1 SOI f M A-. wr- 'G' wx ,K il r,,. GRANVILLE: B.S. ln I'-'Icchanical Erwgirwgging. pl Il S. UU CHU! ' u . . - ARLES . - - I lf""""5 Ojf"f'f,lEcH, Ai ,.,-Cf, cr, .ax r.s,1IC.P0frf.OgIQsby Junior college 'Im I r'-gg"OR7 5,-1, .rw LAS. DclIa Srgma Rho, P 'd ,A NGSTC lihz ROBERF, J,A'j1E,S. L . V . Aj 'JL X',l,l.,C,A. Cabmvf if. 3, .Ili Y.h5.C.A.r2sc:nz::n?6.!NIf,lk Uv' 1 L- ,A-, Q p Cc Crurrman Gcncxa Rcgronal COVIIQIQPICQI Ch.WI.,3,4. 0 I J 'X' ' 1 ,S ..:r- ' C:.f I of W '-I-C-A-'S mm' N LLOYD' El 'J Il MONARD CHARLES WESLEY . . CHICAGC, 5.5. .n'sJOurnaIisI1Ng- ALPHA PHI ALPHA-J ,. gs.,-Q. :nor-fr. Su-w.nw .I, -. 3, -Sl: Illrnu SporIsman's Cl- ' MW ' ' A .H . I-bi Yow- A I , , X : HIGLI "v ANN '7'.'.E-'RD 8.5 In Elcmv.-nIary Educaliong ALPHA KA BAKA meow,-Iso :Mar LN JA X ijt. Io : wMW,Y ,,,c,,,,.. Cm. rn, y-.x.,,.C'APQ:1:':!Ef:I:. roto .I.1f 1-.. Nm-xx V H A- F 11 loiffli N LERNER PAUL MARVIN b5,I,rnLIINE ...A55ALHUSE Sp 8.5 In LAS, r,, chu H K Q V Q LV, .H l ,1 5.1.03 I Fruslwrrmrn Vafsrly Football Squad' 5NiG!0g'vc'1' . .- .'.5f-I I at IOFGRENI Y I faux HERNANDO . . SANTA ROSA DE VIIERBO, COLOMBIA: 5.5. , . A .Ev,,,,. 1 LESMES. i-Irwlvsiv LLUN4 LQQGL A.I.I:.t.-l.R.E.g Colombrqn Swdums Clubfuaiililf Q5 'lg rlriiui I In KONG' Ol lgyggggp-1, CHARIES EDWIN .. ..CHAMPAIGNg 5.5. in Accounlnncyg DELIA Mmm 'A ,2,,,',rw'.3rxg, Cub A Isvr, DAVID wsumm . . . CICERO: Im, an L.A,S.: IUNDGREN HOUSE. Ph. Alva.. M., I ,,..- 5..,.,,1L- 31.2, MRHA En-cullvu Cowncrl l3lg Honors Day H133 ' Q Nl, lEvY imc I ROCK ISLAND: BS. In Phyarcal Educaliong PRAETORIANSJ fngghq-An Wm ' . f ,-,-fc, 142 r4.llqI Foundravlon Sludcm Councrl Q21 " LONG, Il IONG, M A LEWIS. ALLEN ISAAC. .,.CHlCAGOg 8.5. in Mclallurgicol Engnnccringg FORMS N052 IONG. PI ff 5.,,nf., Ln. Tao Bam Pug Alpha Sngnm Mug M.l,S.g Honors Day 41.112, Uf,gw,V. yd" J 115.11515 Sqlnolqrslnp Kcyg Navy Pier Exlunsron oI Ihc Umvermy of lllmoq WNGACN LEWIS, MARY JANE .... JOllEIg 8.5. in AQYICUIIUIQQ SHERWOOD IODGEQ lllmr Unrm Cm. A 2 ' " Holm- .3,.:, Holm: Economrcs Clubp Nlarkcvirmg Clubg Scrmilnrg Obrlghom, A53 N ' I If LEWIS, aoaznr owen I.,A. CHICAGO. us. in mm-rrrrg, MMM-rang CIub IONNI- UCHTENSIEIN. FRANK .,,., CHICAGOQ 8.5. in Music Edutaliong Phi E10 SIqm55 Umpgqp, IGIINI. Cmlf,-um .394 Honors Day l2lg Chicago Conservatory of Musicg Wnghl Jumor Ceilgq LIEBUIMAN, JACK IAWRENCE .,.,. CHICAGO: 8.5. in L.A.S.: FORBES HOUSI: 0019! U40 A Fr H-gngra Day- fllg Navy Pwr Extension ol Ihc Unrvcrsrly ol lllinolg Q rourr, I -'tn lIllY, MARILYN IUBBERS ..... MONIlCEl.LOg 8.5. in Home Economrcs Eduilhong PAKLUAI Iil.nr Unrox Corwmlrrgrg !3l: Unlyuruily lhcalrc Crew l2lg AIIAAQ Field Div Cuff!-'WI TI, Ilrruzr- Efonormcz Club IOUIS- I 'f.', IOVIKAI UNDBERG, JOHN EDWARD ...., GALESBURGg B.S, in Recreation: Amclitln RBUUIIIUVI I9 fr-s,' IJ, of I Swdqnl Choplgrg Iowa Stale College 5 IOWINII IINDEN, Arafat HENRY JR ..,.. wAIERr.IANg 5.5. in ony Icdmoloav: Aqnwlngol Cvcff 4 Tl .'.'rrIrv.1r, BNI Commrrrg-Q fill, Crgpv, Army ROIC l3,4lg Phullm lil: 'Y - I I 1 Q 7r-rI'2olo1,- Soc-vvy, Honor: Day l2,3l IUKII, I .v . . . . . , . . In ucmnrcn ng-mac I 9. "' " unouou-A oomuo wnumm CHICAGO' ns M I I e f rn ' KOINOWI L .an II' Fld T-r'l""'41. P- Tru Srrmmg Baplm Foundation Swdcni Count-I UI. ASM'- N' f'f": IKn,- I, Y, . m I I IUI1, 11 'lf UNDSNIKID. DONALD PAUl . . . . ORION: 8.5. In AQIICJIIUICQ AQIICUIIUUI ltohbflatl UW 54- ri aff! Irgvvnc., Budlmny CQIIQ-'Up UNK, rurucu ANN ., IHICAOO, 5.5. .n lint-mqmfy Igduwaong IINCOIN AVQM Wu 5 Q ic 9I'I?I'UJCf INVIUI-III Foununhor-I Siudervl Courcnl ll-535 NOIIII PUB ,Uma cow' ' N i ' uri ms s gr-vrmflrro. among, of Lawg PHI oem. mem, Ph- Owe M- W" ' .'- " ' """"" "N I?, Sw-nqf-cId Jrmror College - IYOH1 I 4 I 4? IYHON. mu Aroucu zowno BHOOKFIELDJ ras. rn clrqmrur Enqanwmq. 'IHlU49I:l0""'1'L """I"""'I 'o' C'-UWII. Ent-gn, NROIC IJ, -dlg Scnbbprd and Blade 53.4.91 I.,..,., iq, l Mgmt' . 4 urmm, umul onus curc:.c.o. ng, .n cvr.,m..rfy: IIAGG MOUSE: 1.,r, .-1,-V g-,M ,g..,u 33 Omega 8,-,,,, p.: C,c,,,,,n Club, Mormon Oly I . U s ' f' EI'-rf: af. 15 IM- Unwgr-.ey 04 lll,n0.g -LCAI "' . IIPSON, MAQSMAII ALLAN . co-Ircxrrgo, gg .,, ,0.,,,,,l,,,,,, Nom: MOUS!:,'U""m'm"'L ,I""" rt' 4' """II IV. WVGU, 'lOVIIXIil71lU1l1 Umvuuiyg Uruvfnafy P"'c.f-' 'e- ,rvgui wh '41-cm Um! 'Dunno 'ful WISIVIIII. nz. .n rndrmf-.I Admanamusw: 5'9" ' 'Menu H: .f In .N,.-, . , gm! 9' 'U-tx IIHMANN, WIIEEAIQUIAAIIIN JI . . . CHICAGO: BS. on Gqngul fngrwmlw . I , I I' I 'z' la--A Y I-mf., QQIC C1425 Sgglqfy 01 AYHEIICIH If-olullfi V urwmu, u:nI1u,c.:oyc: rsvov. as. .fr MIM cduwaon, snow taxa, IV' 'I' ' "" I"'Ii IIN fl. Un--vcrzriy Ch01u5f4I2 W0'fWn" GI' 502 I U una YEH . . FOOCHOW, FUKINE' BS in Electric I E .,, nginefivl wid' College H19 "f"'Id S-wr-:I AVID FARRAND JR WOOD DAL 5:53.- UWNQSIONIKKPPA TAU: Honors Day uh Elmhurs' College In Urban Land Econom csg PHI Yo EUIABETH BROWN ..... CHARLESTON1 B.S in Commercial Teach 110 i GAMMA, Panhellenic Ball Committee 131: Business Education Clu1lI.g:ll:rQF?p::',lKApP'.' Universny - S r.-slcyan RLES RICHARD EVANSTON comm" Ttniiv Illini 111- wpou' ' ' ' ' B-5' in Journalism, Sigma Delta cnt, tho ll ' MICHAEL WILLIAM ..... CHICAGO, as in civil engine - , CLUB , . Iosrn, HIE. We 2 I. A mm CLARK LEROY ..... GALESBURG, BFA in Industrial non A L0 ' Men's Glee Club 121, Knox College ' ' ' gn' LPHA RHP CHII NALD GREGORY ..... YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO1 B.S. ' I d '1 A ' I - , LUNG, Do SIGMA Pl, WB-NB'SC8i Scarab1 The Daily Illini 111, Irllwe rlIIiJdII11,21:dIIlIlImin13JiI?c:Iri guard 141: Illini Unlon Commlttee 13,411 Campus Chest 121. Board of Fmlcmny Affairs 12, 3, 411 lnterfratern1ty Executive Council 12, 3, 41, I-101151, pmsqdem 1,11 S, dent Senate 12, 3, 41, Committee on Student Affairs 1411 Coordination Committee 1311. Alumni Association Board 1411 Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 1.411 Engineering Council 1211 Illini. Board of Control 12,311 Illini Traditions Committee 1311 lnterfraternity Ball Committee 13,411 Maior, Air Force ROTC 13, 41, Arnold Air Society 13 41- Pershing Rifles 121- Scabbard and BI de 13 4 A I A 1 1 r 5 , 1? .. . 10116, LESLIE RANKIAN ..... 'LOMBARD1 B.S, in Mechlanical Engineering1 PHI KAPPA TAU. Illlnl Unlon Committee 1211 Y.M.C.A Committee 111' Military Ball Com '11 2 si. Pole Ball comfnlnoo 1I,21, A.F.S.. ' m' ee I I' nv ALICE ..... NORMAL, a.s. in Home Eoonofnrs, Pl sem PHI, Th o 'I ll' ' 'om' MA 11,211 Illini Union Committee 111 I e my I "" 10NG, PAIRICIA LO'U1SE .... 4C1'IIE:AGOj in Elementary Education1 PI BETA PHI' The Daily Illlnl 11, 211 II.InI Unlon Committee 1111 University Theatre Crew 111 I IONGACRE, WILLIAM ATLAS II ..... HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN1 B.A. in L.A.S.1 Football March- ing Band 12, 3, 411 First Regimental Band 13,411 Second Regimental Band 1211 Michigan College of Mining and Technology Nl ALBERT ROY COLLINSVILLE BS in Finance D lou I ..... 1 . . 1 ELTA CHI1 Wa-Na-See1 Star and ScroIl1 Board of Fraternity.AFfairs 13,411 Interfraternity Executive Council 12, 3, 41, .S.C.E., at ei c by xr if f - R. 1 Junlor lnterfraternlty COUDCIII Freshman Council1 Illigreek 1211 Freshman Week Com- ' mittee 121: Interfraternity Ball Committee 1411 Capt., Army ROTC 13,411 Phi Chi Eta 1 13,411 French Club1 Gamma Delta LORENZ, FRANK KENNETH ..... CALUMET CITY1 B.A. in L.A.S.1 GARNER HOUSE1 Phi Kappa Phi1 Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma1 Delta Phi Alpha1 Phi Alpha Theta1 Campus Chest 1311 House President 131: German Club1 Young Republicans Club1 MRHA Executive Council 1311 Honors Day 11,2, 311 University of Illinois Scholarship Key LOUIE, LEONARD MICHAEL ..... CHICAGO1 B.S. in Electrical Engineering1 A.I.E.E.-l.R.E.1 Illinois Institute of TechnoIogy1 Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois LOUIS, FRANK ROBERT ..... CHICAGO1 B.F.A. in Advertising Design IOVEKAMP, RICHARD CARLS ..... ARENZVILLE1 B.S. in Agriculture1 Lutheran Foundation Student Council 13,41 IOWENTHAL, MICHAEL LEVY ..... CHICAGO1 B.S. in Accountancy1 PHI SIGMA DELTA, Illini Union Committee 1211 Junior lnterfraternity Council1 Freshman Council: Accoumanfv Club1 Honors Day 11, 21 WKER. CHARLES CLINT ..... WAPELLA, B.S. in Agriculture, Alpha Tau Aloha: Agricultural Economics Club1 Field and Furrow1 Millikin University IU11. JOYCE LYNN ..... COAL CITY' B.S. in Home Economics Education1 PHI MU1 lllirti Union Committee 11,21, University 'lheatre Crew 111: W-A-PM 111,21 3' 417. 1:10159 President 13, 411 Greek Week Committee 1311 Plowboy Prom Committee 131, Ome Economics Club WTI. MARY ELIZABETH ..... EVANSTON, B.S. in Music Education, LEEMAN,LODGE: hPl1r Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Lambda, Sigma Alpha Iota 1311 The llllo 12, 311 University 3 131417 Women's Glee Club 13, 411 Madrigal Chorus 131: 01510130 500611 1' ' Honors Day 1311 Lawrence College WON. RONALD BAILEY ..... cHlcAGo, a.A. in L.A.S,: University Of Uwhr N0""We5'e"' University mm' DME FRANKLIN ..... FLORA1 BA. in L.A.S.: GARMENI Phi Em Sigmaf House President 1211 Honors Day 121 . - . .A- M"Er MARSHALLILEWIS ..... ELMHURST, B.S. in MorRoIIng1.AcAclA, Tomfhggrrfa 1,M2C3J: Committee 1111 Football Marching Band 11,2,31: F1151 Re9'mem'E ,H ' ' DoIPh'n5 13, 411 Marketing Club1 Young Republicans Club1 Honors ay mmI'UR',D0NAlD ..... KENILWORTH- s.s. in Journalism: ALPHA DELTA PH" U""e" SIYY Theatre Crew 1111 Student Seriate 121 'Mc . HAMER, IDABELLE KINCANNON ..... FREEPORT: B.A. In L.A.S.i German CWI' m"'Ar JOHN RICHARD ..... WAUREGAN, 5.5, in Me-ononiool Engirreeringf Af-S' NCE: MACK' MAXINE ELEANOR . .. DIXON- as in Roofooiaon, LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDE American RecreationaI.SocietY IU. I. Student Cl'16P19"i Honofs Da ' A 'x C? TI I .I ai' nl ,.ct ,,. s r 23. 5 J 'is Q-3 2 KG K U . -- ,- so -- par gtg.--n-i-ottlvh 1 "I i. li 5 1, "A 1 If 41" 1.. ' I! H- K 1 I-rn A, I S 4 I A f-'rw 4, I gtk A ' w .L tj-'v . .V J 8 ve .Al r 0- ,vc ,F 'J Gs es lil . il - :- 1 1. 'Q 14' 05 I K 9' i L I 7: V938 L , X. e ls' fa. 'il G 4-'-5' ,:: L .Ir . 'C' , If . .13 0 A Q lv' -5 '-9 WARD GERARD ..... MILWAUKEE- WISCONSIN: B.S. ' M . Q V MCGRATHA ESQQL-.L Sqn-A Della Pl? 599m-3 lota Epsilon: Armed Forces Aiiiateuirkliiigigi Ph' Bl .'.,h,.w.,,.y,' Curb- Spgnish Club: Honors Day ll, 2, ill, Navy Pier Euan? Gil: 3: L... M, i., ft Illinois 'M Ol Ii, FREDERICK EDWARD ..... JOLIET: in D.S,S.W.V.: MIA. E . MC Guin L yung Republicans Club, Joliet Junior College H-'fvtlve Carey MCGUIIIE, RICHARD LEE . . . , Ci-aAI.IPAIc3N, B.A, in L.A.S.g LAMBDA CHI ALPHA- M ' 5.1 L'n.f.ersI'-, M GUNNIGAL, JAMES VINCENT ..... CEDAR POINT: 5.5. in L.A,S.7 NEWMAN Q C Rem Pi, L.xSnlle-Peru'Oqlesby Junior College NAU' 0"'9l MCHOSE. EUIABEU4 ,'--. PITTSFIELDJ B.S. in Music EduCatiOrIp VVESCOGA: A Qcgmv M, Phi Epsilong First Regimental Band l3,.1l: Wesley Foundfsr: Ccengil .42 .'.'l.ucP.'ILirray College 'W' MC Nose, I. KENT ,,.,. LAGRANGE, as in Accountancy, ALPHA TAU OMEGA. ,Nw , Sacherng Campus Chest 4137, Associate Director ldlp Campus Chen Afloumnumxv. Advisory Board t3,.1!5 Lyons Township Junior College 'W Mc KEE, PATRICIA ANN ..,.. VARNA: B.S. in Home Economicsg EVANS NAU. WM ., Womcnx Gln- Club ll, 23g Disciples of Christ Foundation Student CW,-im fl. Economics Club ii MCILINLAY, RICHARD JOHN.. ..NlLESp B.S. in L.A.S.: THE MANSlONg Illini Ivrriu, Association MCKITTRICK, IRUM LEWIS .,... OAK LAWN, B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A,I,f.gy.iu President l2l, Honors Day Ill, Navy Pier Extension ol the University ol lllgnon ' MC LAREN, ROBERT WAYNE ,.... OAK PARK, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, hu ky, pkg, Em Signmg Illini Christian Fellowship l3lg A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.p Honors Dgy IL2 ji: Uh, versity ot Illinois Scholarship Key l3lg Navy Pier Extension of the Uni,,,M' of Illinois MC MULLEN, LARRY GENE .. ..RUSHVll.LEg B.S. in Mechanical Engineeringg INUA Cp, A.S.M.E. A MCMULLEN, WILLIAM ALLEN ..... BLOOMlNGTONg B.S. in Economics: ALPHA Ill LAMBDA: Y.M.C.A. Committee lI,2l MCNABB, ROBERT LEROY ..... DECATUR, B.S. in Agricultural Enginecringp ROOJAIM Ian Iwi.-.rkl Y.MC.A. Committee Ill: McKinley Foundation Student Council 0,435 Inf. NROTC 3,-Il, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.g A.S.A.E.g Field and Furrowg Trident MC NAMARA, EDWARD THOMAS ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Journalismg THETA Xl: CMUAOHI' lilly Inrerlraternity Executive Council l2, 315 Junior Intertraternity Council ill llligrecl-L IQI, Editor ljl MCOUEEN, JANET LYNN ..... LAKE BLUFF: B.A. in L.A.S.g GAMMA PHI BEIAg Now President l3l: Vanderbilt University MCWARD, BOYCE RICHARD ..... MORRISONVILLE: B.S. in Marltctingg GRANADA GW Phnlan. lawn, Marketing Clubg First Lieut., Army Izotc l3,4lg somvv tw NU vnnceinent ol Management: Young Democrats Club MCWARD, JUDY ROSE ..... ST. JOSEPH: B.S. in Elementary Educnfong ALPHA 0895 DELTA: The Daily Illini lllg Illini Union Committee I2lg University Thuttl Ctflaf MC WARD, MARILYN MARGUERITE .,... GLEN ELLYNg B.S. in the Tcnchinq OI HIDIOYYJ un. ALRHA THETAg Illini Union Committee II,2l5 Star Couric MIUUQU Il.7l Mcwnmrsa. .IoHN RUBEN ,,... COILINSVILLEQ a.s. in Clwmanl Enqintffihii DB" Q DELIA, Skull and crescent, Sigma tw, Tau sei. Pip Alpha chi Slow: TN W' Illlflff-'Ck CPI: A.l.Ch.E.g Honors Day l3l IW fl Muooas. CAROLYN RAE ..... MORRIS. BA. in the Teaching or English: ALMA CHI Off, MOYIM Board, Torch, President ISI, Shi-Ai: Phi Kappa Phi: Phi DON lflmbda Delta. Illini Union Comminee III: Star Course Minnow III! , C' Erecut.-,C Council ll.2.3l. President I-il: PanI1elleniciW.G.S. Codilvfuzuw mllltrfr l-il: House President l3l, Freshman Council: Honor! DAY IIA?-JI: Ol Ill-no-A Scliolauhip Key mconow. mount Anmun .,... Emlwooo PARKg as in Mcclimaul Enolf'f"i'lf5"'. , House. P- Ii-U S-tx-nn: A.F.5.g A.S.M.E.g Honor, Day tI.:II. Nwv PH' f""" lltf: University ol IIIin0i:, Ol WUWFUOWSKY- HUM ,.... CHlCAGOg as in Education, E.x.1.: lf04hf"'i"""h'. Yffmq Dcmocm'L Club: Honors Day L21 MfNlH0ll. :DNN IItvIN ..,,. DECAIUR. B.S. in Electrical engineman: Aff-mmf 'W' fm 'NFDA JIU. f'l'UI0Y Chairman Union Movies Illini Union uf- cm Council im, III.n. umon Com,,,g,,c,, 9.23. freshman Wool xo' at AIEE IGI. Illini Campug Amvci, pm, Nob' 202: young R015 I-'--ll-I-n Univ.-init, "'f'5fNHflt!l'. EIIWIN 'LYNN .,... IJECAIUQ. as in Civil EnginM'I09i uw' Ain .sr-r:-If. Mn g,.,,,a,dmo Vaucy Couegc Ili MENDILSONRJACK . MGLENCOE. e.r,A. in Industrial Denon: ALPHA 'ftagyll K, ...,r-- C'Lr1'm.!!I7c- ll -L, Finn grad Applied Agn Coungil, Pllltdim . r rr. On 5,1 ting Un,.,,7,z,,y of Hlmoas nuloun. nocv IEA , . I . AUIIAUUW N f , . . . EAST MOLINE' as fi Ph ful Educotrvm all iiitnfmiliw iiiiuiic Cm" H72 V"-A-fl. ll. 2. 4I: Newman Foun40'59" sud' I I- 'I ri C-Il Ed-union f,I,,,io,, Club ur s"""" ff'ff,"f252"1 - M- 1 - CHAN-PAIQN. ss. in Muaeiaiig, Tovnlltllflll I "' " ' ' ""7"DU Club MESSERSM NESSINEO Mfrzoert. Licrzcftt. MEYER. B MEYER, N MEYER. T NICNEJDI MICNELI. MICNELS. MIODLETI NIKLAS. NIKOLAI IIIILLCKI, MILLER, Nlllll, NIIIIR NIILUI, Minn, uiuta. Minn, Mlllll, Wltll, HIIILA, 'lllllgu MILUQI MINI., in Marketi . . Ansateur Raina' Eu Y Ier Extension of lei: I,., M.l.A. Executive COUMII nA CHI ALPHA, Dm NEWMAN HALL: Om. IESCOGA: Al :, esley Foundatriori AU OMEGA: M .W tus Chest Allocaiioningih VANS HALL: w,,-,,A ,, Student Council II1, HOMQ LANSION: Illini Forengtg noineering: A.l.E,E.-I.R.E University of Illinois A ineering: Tau Beta Pi: Ph. Honors Day Il,2,31: Un., .ion of the University oi Engineering: THETA CI-ll: Jnomics: ALPHA KAPPA ineering: ROOJAH: Torna- ent Council I3,41: Ensign, Trident p THETA Xl: CampuslCI1cSf Iterfraternity Council Ill: XMMA PHI BETA: HM ' , GRANADA CLUB SocietY IU' 'he Ad' lucatfon: ALPHA GAWIA iversity Theatre Crew eaching of Historvi KAPPA , Manager II,2l . U Engineering! DELTA Lili. a Chi Si9rf16: The lllio GA' Qlish: ALPHA CH' QM,-Elph: ti: Phi Beta Kapppzhellens: Manage' Ulf 'gg Come rs 1 ' . - -GARNE5 'Iical E"l9'n?emg?clensiorI Af II: Navy Pier . - b Teachers-in-Training OU ' is ' Bering: ACACIAQ1-Slillini "V committee I ' II'- UmonW ek Commltlee lfb. 21,-:mg eRepUblicans CL . NlilIiILi" Ineeringi A'5'C'E" . llllfll RHO CHI, Pie' ALPHA , Y , President i3l' Nav A. Xl DEN-II JcatiOf1i ALPHAdenI Coup. Foundation STU CA. cow' Tomahawk? Y'M' mmm, WILLIAM DALE ..... TAYLORVILLE: as in L.A.S Pc' II,2, 31 " ' CM HOW: oi. ARD ANTHONY . . . CHICAGO: B.S. ' - , . llumeo' llsgrixtension of the University of Illinois m Mukehng' M"'k'f"n9 Club: N.,,, EITA LOU . . . . FREEPORT: B,S, ' M ' A V A-null, Clclsnbdai Mu Phi Egsnonl Cqncgn Band al' 2,:JS6CnhEd,ucatIon, Alpha Chron: P. Kar i Day Il,21: University of Illinois Scholarship Key e WY Orchestra ll. 2. 3. -il: Honciiz man, rItoMAs KARL ..... GUALENA: B..A. in L.A.s., NEWMAN H I3 dl: Junior Bar Association: University of Wisconsin ALL: Capt' AMW ROTC UCE RUSSELL .... BLOOMINGTON: B.S. in El t' I E - - , Ina' BR Honors DBY Ill HC 'ICB ngineerinq, A,I,E,E,-l.R.E.: RSHALL DUANE ..... 'BEARDSTOWN: B.S. in M t ll ' I ' 4 , mil. IM sigma Tw, Tau Beta PI: Alpha Sigma Mu: M.l.s,:aHJo?1f:s Ig23'ri'ic'jmf,3. Eb PA"0f of Illinois Scholarship Key - I 1 Diversity Iggy, THOMAS ANDREW ..... TUSCOLA: B.S. in Agriculture: NOBLE HALL: Varsity Wrestling 5 d I2, 31: Freshman Varsity Wrestling S d: F h - 1 FIELIEI and Furrow: Illini Sportsman's Club qua res man Varsny Foolball Squad' A, CHRISTOPHER JOHN . . CHICAGO: B.S. ' Ch 't : ALP . mama Sgciety of American Military Engineers l21: A.C.S'T, Prei'id'gnrtyl41: En,-gitegiiig I21: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois MICMELI, AnoLPH LOUIS. ...PERU: B.S. in L.A.s.: KlNG'S KASTLE: A.C.S.: LaSallc-Peru- Oglesby Junior College HELS, LEO CONRAD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Metallurgical Eng' ' 7 S' T , AI I-, wc Sigma Mu: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202: M.I.S.: H1S2bIrrEgDaygriE5: lilzvy gig? Extension of the University of Illinois IAIDDLETON, WILLIAM FRANCIS ..... BLOOMINGTON: B.S. in Chemistry: TAU KAPPA EP- SILON: German Club: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202: Young Democrats Club: Arizona State University uixus, KARL ANTHONY. . . . LINCOLNWOOD: a.E.A. in Industrial Design: THETA RAPPA PHI- u ' ' - ' - , niversity Theatre Crew II1, Mens Glee Club 421: Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 131: Fine and Applied Arts Society: Spanish Club: Young Republicans Club IMKOLAVCZYK, EUGENE PAUL . . . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Industrial Engineering: A.F.S.: Illinois Institute of Technology MIIECKI, HELEN MARY ..... EVANSTON: B.S. in Journalism: ALLEN HALL MILLER, CHARLES .ALLAN . , , .MOLlNE: B.S. in Marketing: FORBES HALL: M.I,A. Executive MILLER, MILLER MILLER IIILIEII, KILLER, KILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, 1 I Council l31: Marketing Club Moline Community College DONALD GENE ..... LINCOLN. B.S. in Agriculture: COLLEGE HALL: Alpha Tau Alpha, Agricultural Council i3,41: Agricultural Education Club FRED LEON .... ALEXANDRIA, INDIANA: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: A.S.M.E.: Young Democrats Club: University of Alabama GEORGE RICHARD ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Marketing: ALPHA TAU OMEGA: Mar- keting Club IOANNE ELAINE ..... GRAYSLAKE: B.S. in Home Economics Education: STRATFCQRD HOUSE: Shorter Board: Alpha Chron: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Baptist Foundatsan Y dent Council I21: Home Economics Council I3, 41: Home Economfs Club' ples' an JOSEPH ..... PEORIA, as in Accountancy: PSI uPsILoN: Sigma 'PYP ,EPSIIOW HM? President i41: llligreek l21: Lieut. Col., Army ROTC i412 Army Council 141: Phi Ch' Eta I3, 41: Accountancy Club: Honors Day Il,21 ORVILLE RAY ..... EUREKA: B.S. In Electrical Engineering: SIQWG Tau? Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Honors Day Il,31 ROBERT EUGENE . . . . . STREATOR: B.S. in Journalism: Western Illinois University RONALD MAXWELL EVERGREEN PARK- as. in Msficcfing: SIGMA .Nuf "W Union Committee il,2I: MBIOVI Alf Force ROTC i3,41: Arnold Arr Society K3, 41, lllInI Insurance Society: Marketing Club Rum CAROL ..... LINCOLN- ss. ' M 'c Education: WESCOGN W-A-A ml' Uni' , In us: ' . , . , W I Fersrty .Choir 1417 O,-agorio Society f31: University Religious Council I3i, es ev 0unda.Ion Student Council I31: MacMurray College MILLER. SHERWIN IRA ..... LINCOLNWOOD: B.A. in L.A.S.: Varsity W'f6Sliil:Q o?CWEgoig2l: ul Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad: Navy Pier Extension of the UDIVQV Y lll . - - GM' RIPBERT VAUGHAN ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Economics: Ulm' Campus Amvm MIN ost No. 202: North Park Junior College ER, . I b DANNY CHARLES ..... CHANIPAIGN: as in Agriwlfvfef Hoof and Hom CU 507 17+ 'i Q, 'P .au- .- -Q -no E: Ili. C .hc YQ y 1 .. JK-QR' A' ""' I I' t. r 7, 4 5 PN. ix NJ Q I A -gl '34 N 499 I 6 ,M --.41 - ., v f "" 4 in fa .gpm -Ia 172 5 1' wa. cv in 9 Q qw. I 4 Q '57 3 V it ' sv-gi '?. UI. . A df" .QW-riosf..,, I I O5 Lf ga as -,SA I L.. ff, ... Inv-. M. Sf' 5 v I R fs "'. T" PM-rfihov-I , t I xy, sf 'I IL Ali.. 5 . '7 'Ib .xnf ls 'Q 73' h - Rncg ISLAND: B,S. in Mechanical Engineering, Pl K Mmm' GARYA QAEKERAISIH c I :.LJQLs'ana COIIOGC AWA ALMA: . . , CHICAGJ E5.A. in L.A.S.p LINCOLN AVENUE REI MINKUS' CAEQIIEZLDSCI II-Q Dgily Illini IT- Illini UDICIWFCOHNTTIHQQ I3j, Univetssyoirfls MBI U -ivy TIwa're Crvv- if 3 -II: Hillel Foundation Student Councle CAI' Q' S kc. I-oo .:'y Young Dgfnocrats Club: XNIPGUF Ungvcrmy of Cimt Ill! S., :.,...k. L.. s , ., F...-r Evunsios-I ol 'ho L,Iniversi'y of Illinois om' if V , , . 'HICAGO 5.5. in Elementary Educaron: MQ . MINOR' HHH HARRI-TE r. 1I1r1ikLl'tICr1 Conxinisruc I3..1I: Universiry Theimo Cfmrlgtirvtfgli I I - . .. . hliiiiiixr-'CZK-1'A 'YA'-.C.A. Ccrrirrwrllrtrl I3. 'li Lllllc Unllcd NMICVT5: F.T.A. Il QI. Ni i lr 1 , QM., gy., Eng-ision of the University ol Illinois ' " MVT AUL V b , , CHlCAGOg B.S, in Accountancy: FORBES HOUSE. H'II . MINIZ' RoBE,R!,.Po.N:L,..- CCJIQII ,.3,-ily Commerce Council I-Il: ACCOUDIMICY Clugiemxwfa' k-ik., VIH., 72,4 Aloizmi Assoc .s'ion: l"lDI'I3fS D-W ll. Tl: Navy Pier E,ge,Q,3Dn Q,..,,.,-, or III.--on "' AIMUNDAS VYTAUTAS ..... CICERO: B.F.A. in Industrial DI' : .Hu MISAUSKASI 5?LL,,.,,- .'I,g.Q1..I-iong Navy Pier Extcnson of the University ol lllingilgn llhlwl' ll. DANLEE GEORGE ,.... TACOIJIA, WASHlNGTONg 'B.S. in Music Ed ' . MHCHE FIEUA THETA. ppyg Igaorra ,rhig Kappa Delta Pip Pi kaopa Lambda, PIIIKRLMAIUTI S!nI:,.M,. p,..fhni.m vgrsiry Funcincr Squad I-Il: Concert Band l2,3, 415 foggbdl Mgt ,nn pmol If 3,115 University Orchestra 12.3,-Sly Young Der-nogug, Cub: Day ,Z MITCHELL, JOANNE ..... CHICAGO: l5.S. in Journalismg LINCOLN AVENUE RESID, YUWACIAV Cc,,m,.,,,3L. I.gI. Young Democrats Club: Navy Pier Ellgngion of Hfwlgtil '.r.'rLI'y cl IIIIIIOIS MITCHELL, RICHARD MICHAEL ..... WOOD RIVER: B.S. in Chemical Engineerinqg A1555 MIURA, HOWARD ..... CHICAGO: B.F.A. in City Planning: FLAC-:G HOUSE: FOHIIQ Ill Rooscxelt University ME DOUGLAS ARLINGTON HEIGHTS: B.S. in Mochanicll Eng-me MOCKENHAUPT. JERO - - - - ' inqg Pi Tau Snma: Enoineirrinq Council l4l: A.S.M.E.: Honors Dny IJIQ Unioyw, ol Illinois Scholarship Key MOFFITT, RAYMOND VERN ..... MILANQ B.S, in Agriculture. 907 CLUB: Alpha Zen: Phi lg. Siqnnxg House President ISSJ. Sccond Renimenlal Band ll.2l- S.N,l.B. Illlg III.-, Chrigrion Fellowship 11,275 Agricultural Economics Club: Illini SI:-ortmxani CM: Youim Republicans Club. Honors Day lI.2, 315 University ol Illinois Sdrolniig Kev MOGENIS, ALDONA MARIA ..... EAST ST. LOUIS: B.A. in L.A.S.: LINCOLN AVENUE ILS! ' - ' D ll, 2, 3lp Universily of lllfim DENCEy Delta Phi Alpha, German Club, Honors my Scholarship Key MOHRMAN, MARY SCHUMACHER ..... OUlNCYp 8.5. in Journalis-11: ALPHA DELTA Pl:Pk1w Board: Torchg Shi-Aig Aloha Lambda Doltag Theta Sigma Phi: The Daily Illini II,lI, Ill-ni Union Committee Il, 2l: Honors Day Ill HICAGO: BS. in Physical Educaliong Phi Epsilon Know, MOLARO. STEPHEN JOHN ..... C Varsity Baseball Squad I3,-IJ. Ohio State University MOLENAAR, JAMES ELSTON . ..,. LANSlNGg A.B. in L.A.S.g GRANADA CLUB: Phi E10 Sv! Delta Srfrnm Rhoy House President I-il: Concert Band l2,3lp Football Marching - ' ' I I' Iirr l2,3l: Sno-Ball Commitlee llilp Capt., Army ROTC IS,-il, Phi Chi El lr. Forensic Association: Arizona Stale University MOll. ALBERT JAMES ..... VERGENNE57 8.5. in Chemical Enginecrinug ALPHA CHI SIGUA I , . U. my A.I.Ch.E.g Younq Democrats Clubg Honors Day IBI, Southern lllinou mn! MOLL, MARLENE JOY ..... CHICAGOg B,S. in Physical Educnlinn: IINCOLN AVENUE U61 UENCE: W AA. 'l. 2. 32 Physical Education Maiors Club: Scimilbf MONROE. SONYA VERONICA ,.... HARVEY: B.A. in L.A.S.g DELTA SIGMA TIWETAJ Y-MCA Con-iinirrce ll, 2. Ill: Pariliellonic Executive Council 13, Al: House President llvls WW' one on-.I cm, In, oiohoiao II. 2lg Social Work Club: Sociology cron. sown 0' MONTAVON. NORMA LEAH ...,. COMPTONp 8.5. in Home Economicsp PALAMAR: 'WUI' nornrcz Club. Western Illinois University MENg Y,M.C.A, Cgfivnrtill U1 MOODY. GERALD RALPH LIBANY' 8.5, H1 Economics' WES 7"fI l"?UI.. ANTI? ROTC IB, -Ilg Phalanx l3, Aly German Club moons. :AMES fowuo ..,,. BRAZIL, lNDlANAp 8.5. an o.s.s.w.v.I Imaam Swv V000 C'7ll"'J"j Gr-nf-ral P.',:v'0t1 lmrilute ol Technology ouec-c Iwi: "' MOOIE, JOHN COWSERT . . . . SPRINGFIELD: 8.5, in Civil EHQIHQQIIDQI C In -f"I"'f'- CIN EDIIIUI: A.S.C.E.g Honors Day III ik' Moon, uunrucs one . . , DAlIlVILLEg 0.5. in Aoiaooriuio. BARTON HOUSE: W' Club, Ho-ol and Horn Club M90'f. MART ELIZABETH . . LOUISVILLE: B.S. in Home Economics EJUUIIWI 'Nw ..r1.r,- Fcoimgniiqn 5..,d.,m COUMQI ry, 3, Aj, Home Economics Club: Swdlm Moors. mucuer rom crimom, 9.5, in ,lournqlixmg QPPA-KAPCZHMUUUM' ' 100 f""'L' I""l-'53 l5"l'h. Theta Sirmn Phi. President Ill: lllim Un 'ull ,JM C" 'Iv' Llswagrrt IIT: Y.Vl.CiA. Cllbirm! IQI: Y.W.C.A. COfnmln.' I, .:.L'l.r.u.in'f-, fmomj,-,,5,, Swden, Count" H' U: Compu, Choy! ' ' H ' on 1 I , 'Ol' urnurmc onnow rrscrmuicsauno BA in Ari Eduwion 'UWA ml ' ' r Ito I I cm, mi ooh oi l2l Lindenwood Col .aw Alla nolonn noun toon EVILLE as o cw. Eninnfuhi 5 pl! U' " C " 'f' 'I Univcruty Theatre Crew l3l Fwlbill and 2 A s C E rrymo crab Young Rerwblrwt' J MORIARTY' IIQIIIIIS, G NORRIS. G Mouse. JC NURSE. -IU moss. UI' NOTLONG MOUUON MINKA. I MUCH. Ml MUCK, GI MUIILER. MUILLER. MUINCN, NUIARI. uuuow uunu, uunuv. UUIIAY UUIIAY 509101 Mum, 'Vin' Win, 'Krug' 'wmsi 'I 1 1-I , flrvri 'PH bn 5, Day, U 27 Q ' l ..., - - , ' 7 ' II fi .' ljni.-fgvgir ' ,- g,. . . ,," I , ' TOO. - -., ...um - "I "' I+... ui- Cf' .I-rf., IA.. , . I . I '1' Ecu 'ff-f-'al H I is ' . ' ' . I ' " 'I'I":'c :in I H I Y 4 L' l wif .n S08 I gf ' . .virgo ' .rt PI KApPA ALPHA. RESIDENCE I University -gh 7 Mui , Stude t e","0 Cote n fC0uncil 123 iversit O . ois Chllfoynm M tio 7 M eatpe Crgwqglllfsl HALL, ons: F.T.A, U '2l.'lr1faC.A ' f YVH1 HOUSE7 H'l ntanfy CluU,le1iAIx"'Fi" vY Pier Extension 0f':':'1 strial Desi - . gn' Llth : of Illinois I Um"'1 fl Music Ed - , Lambda: Philcftillhonfilplxl l2, 3, 41: Football M Democrats Club7 Haiti, AVENUE RES r Extension of Igeelgni' Engineering, Aighlfl B HOUSE: Forsite ij' 4,1 . in Mechanical Engineer. Dnofs DGY l3I: Univcraii, LUBI Alpha Zetap Phi Eu .211 S.N.l.B. i3,417 Illini Illini Sportsman's Club, y of Illinois Scholarship LINCOLN AVENUE RESI ,317 University of llliriori ALPHA DELTA Pl, Mortar I Th Daily Illini il 2 31 7e tion7 Phi Epsilon Kappa, DA CLUB7 Phi Eta Sicimr L7 Football Marching Band 7 Phi Chi Eta i-11: Illini inq7 ALPHA CHI. SIGMA: 1 Illinois Univers1fY LINCOLN AVENUE RESIE Scimitar SIGMA THETA: Y.M.C.A. Iouse President lfflli WW' ology Club7 Spanish Club cs: PALAMARI Home ECC' - Y.M,C.A. Commillf-'0 -2' ub !.7 Indiana State Te.-acIiv'5 . Ph 'ingi COLLEGE HMI' USE! Floricullvll' LTON HO . , ALAMAR' - Education, P ii-is ilisclubi Stephens Co L7 AMFIIA' CAPPA KAPPAmgtee fill ini Union g0"Q,. WILL-I: . 'nee , '. arm ijsllnghest AlI0Ca"Ons LPHPL ni KAPPA A gd tio Ocggacollege OUSE: .ei-ing: GARUER Bind lil: iotball Marchllg? Univ9f5"1A publicans Clu , EDNA ..... LOMBARD, B.S. ' El - , Wi Coordinating Committee i31m ememuy ':dUtM'0"f V"tNl-IG: Pan USTIN ..... NACO, ARIZONA7 B,S, ' . . I gli. GEOZGIEAQMS, House President i417 Maier, Army Rggcftlatlalhtrgsical Engineering: 8,-,CHE socgegy of American Military Engineers i3, 412 A-I-Ch.E. cabbdfd and Blade IJ. 42 ggoncs RONALD ..... SPRINGFIELD7 as in Metallur i I , .. ' C 'tt il, 217 G k W' gk r gn. Engineering: SIGMA P, nw Iir'iiiLeUlritli?nA.i?c511TE'.7exams. 'ee ee Commmee 'QI' "t"f"'f"'f'f"'v B-ill caul EUGENE ..... GRAYSLAKE7 B.S. in EIectr'c I E ' ' . ffl. Jongaeond Regimental Band il, 217 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.7 Soei:iety1glb1:?etrhregAcii.I?rIAA PHI DELLA: .gemenlf Syntony Young Republicans Club cemcn' OI 'Mft . . . RI B 7 . . ' . - r lout' ,Wim GRACE.. . h HAgd soufzo DA an l.A..S,, EvA'Ns HALL, Ph. icsp A pin, p,,, , Kappa, Alp a Lam a eta, Pi Delta Phi, The D I Ill 1 , t p. 2:01, U15 Phi Sigma AIpha7 Honors Day ll, 2, 317 Univgisuity dinIllihoiinS1chbsIIrI?ihLZeiQ',x NE ..... PARIS7 B.S. in Agriculture7 TOANCO CLUB- H A IW' Wm IA - c 'ri cat- PI b - ' 0950 Pfwdvnt 131. All.Ag Field Day Omml ee I OW OY Prom Co tt , lllini Spcrtsman's Club mm' ee my Held and FUHOW: RUCE DOUGLAS ..... CRETE7 B.F.A. in Ind t'I D ' , p 'mane' qllini Union Committee U17 Second Lieut., Air ForlEierRaOTCe?3inArnUlId lAEii-TSxocireIilETSl ON ..... ST. CHARLES7 B.S. in L.A.S.7 SIMPSON HALL, Ch ' . 'canon' Jtion Student Council i417 Young Democrats Club, Colby ColIeg2?nA1LEl'd?:rCacilltE3gnddl Ina., MARVIN LOUIS . . . BERWYN7 B.S. in General Engineerin 7 PHI KAPPA - Engineering Council i417 Capt., Army ROTC l3, 417 Scabbard aid Blade 13, 41 SIGMA' NUI MORRIE ..... CHICAGO7 B.S. in Economics: TAU EPSILON PHI7 Alpha Kappa Psi- Com. ' merce Councilg Illini Insurance Society: Rho Epsilon ' ,GEORGE ARTHUR ..... GALESBURG7 B.S. in Dairy Technologvf ALPHA GAMMA RH - wa Alpha Zeta7 Gamma Sigma Deltap All-Ag Field Day Committee I217 Freshman Wei-,li Committee f2, 317 Dairy Production Club7 Dairy Technology Society7 Honors Day l31 IUELLER, RALF ..... CHICAGO7 B.S. in Electrical Engineeringp Pier Soccer Squad Il, 2, 31, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.7 Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois IUEIIER, RICHARD LEE ..... HOMEWOOD7 B.S. in Marketing7 KAPPA SIGMA7 Freshman Var- sity Swimming Squad7 Intramural Manager i3, A17 Dolphins i217 Marketing Club IUENCH, DAPIEL HIRAM ..... PALATINE7 B.A. in L.A.S.7 SIGMA PHI EPSILON7 Lawrence Col- ege KLILAIII, THEODORE L ...... CHICAGO7 B.F.A. in Architectural Design7 Scarab, President i417 A.l.A.7 Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois IUILDWNEY, PATRICIA ANN ..... CHICAGO7 B.S. in Elementary Education7 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA7 Illini Union Committee il, 2, 317 University Theatre Crew II17 Star Course Manager i217 W.A.A. U1 WHA. ABRAHAM ANTONIO ..... CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA7 B.S. in Mechanical Engineeringp A.F.S.7 A.S.M.E.7 Colombian Students Club7 University of the Andes7 American Uni- versity IURRAT, ARTHUR WILLIAM II ..... HOOPESQI-ONi B.S. in ACC0unIanCy7 SIGMA PHI EPSILON7 Alpha Kappa Psi7 Illini Union Board i3, 417 Maior Chairman Jazz-U-Like-It Illini Union Committee i317 Illini Union Council I317 Illini Union Committee il,'2, 317 Board Of Fl'alemllY Affairs 1417 Interfraternity Executive Council l3, 417 University Lutheran CIIBPGI Student Council i417 lnterfraternity Ball Committee C417 Accountancy Club: Gamma Delta7 Young Republicans Club WNY. MARTHA Lou ..... BLOOMLNGTON, B.S. in Special Educationg KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA: Illini Union Committee ii, 21 IU WY. ROBERT KIRK ..... FAR HILLS, NEW JERSEY7 B.S. in Mining Engineering! Hawaii Club: l.A.S.7 M.i.s. lusuou' DONALD LEE ..... QUINCY7 B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering: NEWMAN HAL'-5 Alpha Phi Omega: I.A.S. LIUTH DONALD - ' ' - GARNER ' VALENTINE ..... CHICAGO7 B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering, , HQUSE: l:A.S.7 Varsity Swimming Team U17 Honors Day l31I NNY ple' Enenwon 0 the University of Illinois WHS. uAv H ID JAY ..... CHICAGO7 B.A. in L.A.s., PHI EPsiLoN Pl: campus Cites' 431 TERS, H AMILTON DAVID ..... BOWEN: B.S. in AgricuIture7 PHI SIGMA EPSILON: AQVICUI' 'Ural Education Club7 Western Illinois State Universltv I , . VHS. MARQIIIL OTIS .,,, ,Ci-iAMpAlGN, B.S. in Agricultureg Capt., Army ROTC KS. l. MH CB bard and Blade7 Agricultural Economics Club Ns , . - . RNER EN, THOMAS ANTHONY ...-- CHICAGO- B,S, in Aeronautical Engineering, GA HALL: NBVY Pier Extension of the University of IIIIFIOIS 509 'Z L wr '7 Y! Ng . 4 21 " ll ' I va- b pf ,Q x l T' I .4 I C E A f 2' faq f , "f v ...- LJ . ui' Q lu " N' -ir. '- . i 'U 0 Gs 'ES' 'X of 1 . A E- , . I 9. -C, 2. I L 1 ff. J I 1 I , . A ,MAN 5105521 MANLEY CHICAGO' 5.5. in Accountancy: PHI SIGMA DE NA . , . . - 1 - - , I UA. - , I, -A f-:,..,...,,.. LI, 25 Hillel Fconcarron Sudenr Cow-iq,l Qi: C I I ,-, L1 :::c.n'.rI:E-, Clilv Honors Das' Ill ommerr' CE'-'PIII I in 4' I I NAKAMURA' MfLVlN MASATO ...,. IEAPAA, K.-NUAIg B.S. in L.A.S.: A.I.Ch.E,5 Hunt. cl Q A T bi- ,L--,', :T Pts.-.A -'E ,v I A 1. OTA gf C ,pw 2 fs fr 15" I. , A . az I Ar ..., ...W I Q, .Q or I 'G 5 4. 'M A N 5- Vs-, v. r" E Q- iv h v Va. . .,, 5. .Q ., I -wa . .-.wx RY .IEANNE ..,.. RIVER FOREST, In L.A.S.g KAPPA KAPPA NARLAND M1,C,. QC,....: --U. I Gwcg wcnk Comrnivec IZ' GAMIU4: I ,- NASH STANLEY PHILLIP . . .CI1ICAGO' B.F.A. in lndusrrial Design: THE -'AANSICOQ . r 7 F, Even, U. cg rIi,3 Llwu-rriey ol Illinois -"Ni DIANE LUCILLE ..... CHICAGO- B.S. .in Edncaliong LINCOLN Ar I NASIAIKA. IXEHCE 76,55 Kappa Drlm Pi: Home Frcsidcrir I.1lg Sludcnl Nmionll EQXEFYUE III . .,. S., HCHN, 'JM 2, 32 Nm y Pri.-r Eucnsion QI the Univcrgigv of lllinoz' 'N lur- , cmmoof as. .H IAS- Forms House s,,.,,',i, Psren A - I. I , mssos. H-S505 Ilirvoix cm, in r,., 5.-.-'Wan pf rlfr- Llniwrsivy ol I NAUMCIIK, GEORGE . . CHICAGO, B.S. in D.S.S.Vi'.V.g Cyclollicrri Club NEAL, CHARLES CEDRIC ..,,. CHICAGO: 8.5. in Clicmislryg A.C.S.g Navy PIU E,,'m':r M -If Urwiwrsiiy ol lllrnors NEAL, CIARKE LEO .... XVADSVIIORIHQ BS. rrt Elcclvtal Engineering: Fun bu, kk QQIC 3 .11 SC.lI'ID8YCJ and Bladc I-ll: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. ' I NEAL Privuls ANN .l.,. BENTONg B.F.A. in Arr Educmron, cAMr.IA PHI BEM, ui... v-.:,. Cfwirwirrfr- Il, 2I, Y.W.C.A. Corrimillcc l2I: SINIB. Ill: Soullicm Blpiir! Ia-Mg,-,:, Simi.,-nr Council III, Home Economics Club NEEI, I.UCY . . . DECATUR, 8.5. in h'l.srIi0Iingg CHI OMEGA, House Prcxidqnl IAQ' N,,g.r,.,, Cliilwr Nonlwwcslcrn University ' NEFF, JAMES DENNIS ,.... ELMHURSI7 8.5. in Mcclmnifnl Engineering: PHI KARPA Slfnll Pi 'lair Siqnmg Wlrcsrlinn fI.'I.1nnQcr ISI, Pvrshinq Rifles II, QI: S.A.E.g Ruldvg Un.,.,.,., NEIISON, FREDERICK DAVID . , . . CHICAGO, Bachelor ol Arclmcclurog A.I.A, Wrrgrr J,--. Collr-no NEISON, CARI. ROBERY , . . . MANLIUS: B.S. in Aqricullurcg CAMPUS VIEW IOOGE, krv-rcri DAY Ill NElSON, CIIFEORD MARK ..... OAK PARK, B.S. in Accounlnncyg ACACIAJ Alpha Kappa In Vrcxrdr-nr Idlg Sigma low Epsilon: Sludcnr Scnnvc I3I: Concert Band lI,?,14 Iac' lvrll Mnrchinrz Band Il, 2, J, -il, Accounlancy Club, Honors Day IYI NEISON. N. RICHARD ..... CHICAGO: B,A. in Chcmislryg SHANGRI-lA, Intl Mlfwqt' Il :I AS P-'I E.: YOUNG Rr.-publifrrns Club, Pier Brand ll, 215 Pier Olthenra II.7l. "YW CIUIP, Prr-r Crou Couniry Squad I2Ig Nnvy Pier Enrension ol rho Univevwy cIlff'1'fr NEVIETN, JOHN GEORGE IIIUE ISIANDJ 5.5, IH Music Edvtnlrofig BARTON HAIL N U- AIDIIH-5"1IOf1'n: Concnrr Band I3,AIg Football Marching Band I2,3.4l. IM' 'W' mrrrwlnl Band ll' QI NERUDA, DONAlD ROBERT . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Hlr-mllrirgrcnl Enginragrrnq, PIM III 5'9" Alnlwr Srqmn Mu, MIS., Honors Day lI,Q, JI NEUMANN, ARLIN IEE , . . MILAN: B,S, rn Aqrigulyum NEWCOMER, RICHARD JOSEPH , . . PRINCETON, 8.5. in l.A.S.. PSI UPSILON NEWSIROM, KENNEYH ROBERT. , . . BIGFORK, MINNESOTA: BFA, rn lnduvllll DNV' IONESOI'-'E PINE, Alplm EIA Rho, Prqgidg-nl IQI Nlwrw. noun crunss . . rl,-inn moss: 5.5. in Journalism: Psi UPSIIONI C"""""'2 p"'1l1r'v:rinn foundation Srifdrfnr Council I2,3lg Commdfl, cuz Qi.. ""l""Y fl-ll C0"'1"f"Ilf'f' IYI. Mayor, Air Form: ROTC I1-ll, Arnold Ar' 901 V """I"""U CIHII, Honors Day Ill "'C"0l' 'ONAED JAMES . wooosrocn, sis. rn u..fr.,n.f.r Enoirwrrfffvi lmunm "l""- f- 3'-'if rf.-rwiir. mmol or Min.-I and Mqrnllurov mcuou' '9G'f.E""lNG1oN. . our vnu, 5.5. in Mnrm-am ff'9"""f'?":tk, 'IIN' "NV 'XI-Ill and Cn-:cr-nl, Pr Inu Sigma, lwul. Col, f"f"Y 901: ' I-inrri nr-ri Blrifir- I145 A,S.M,E.g Honors Dny III Nllll. Wllllthl IIN!! Ci4Ifj.'.C,0. gg, ,,., ,'.Cw,,,,,,,,cY. g1.I1ION NOIJSl:.vLuv,,c"'f' "I 7- """w"i'Afv-y Club, fiminqq Cluhg Mnrlrnlinq Club: 'WN C- Ii, 54,-,qw O., 7, 'QL urusm, ruoiruyrs Minn uvnnrm, as .fi Cmmr Enginrgevirw- 'W' 5'G"u , D NIIMANN IERNAI KJIHPVRI Rm . WI o gown rn ,... rrovnrrreior am. in memo: N . -I ICJ.-E, In-fe-rr 7.3,-lp, lqndgfqpe Archrrrgqrure Socielv NIEMEYER' NIKOIAII NIM1. Ro NWA' GE NOIAN' I QOIDSIRC Nouns, J wuomul Hmmm: OAIIS, D ODA, Elll OIIIIRG. OIOIN, R OIDNAM, GIDS, JOI omu, I ouon, omu, ou, orro, OIIQ' Wm, PHI slGM 'I l21: Colrhmgslhlih Illia, COUNT: .5 A.l.Ch.E., Hawaii CM PA KAPPA GAMMA' In , in oh, THE MANSION, Nu, LINCOLN A t National Edxiniiiwosn ,TECH rerslty of Illinois its DUSE, Spanish Club- N, . ,, n Club 'i NaVY Pier Extension I zering, First Lieulu Am' AA PHI BETA, Illini Um, outhern Baptist Foundalm ie President 141, Marlrallhf, ffino, PHI KAPPA SIGMA I, S.A.E., Purdue Univarw, ture, A.I.A., Wrighl ,Iun.cf DUS VIEW LODGE, Honou ACACIA, Alpha Kappa Pl- lcert Band 11, 2, 3, -11, Fon' DPY l2I El-LA, Track Manager II.7i er Orchestra 1I,21: Ff?"f,l' of the UniversiIY of 'IIN' an, BARTON HALL: Phi 'I' Band 12, 3, 41, Fin' RW Engineering: Phi Elf' SIM' ,Sl UPSILON ZA. in Industrial OWU' - PSI uPslLoN: 5'Sf'1,'if f Cl ,- . merce C0U'f' , J1 I' ighnold Air Society I3I I CHI Engineering? LAMBDA QIIUYQY PHX . ' - AL ' . I Engineering. .Sub 'Aimv ROTC 13' il' . C mn?glCi MSP? , u 2 PA ering' PHI SIGMA KAP ure? PAM scape Architect 'ld ocieIY gA1HERlNE AGNES ..... BROOKFIELD, a.s. in Home E , ' 0 , D It S 0 . "?"0""f1r ALLEN HALL, fun' qigsalzghnomggon e a ugma micron, Home Eco,-,o,,,,c, Club: mines, 'nm' JOSEPH ..... MOLINE, B.S. in M h ' l - . - HDMI, IOAEQU Sigma: ALS.: A.S.M.E.: SL Procopiusccaarnige En9Ineerin9. NEWMAN HALL. In 305511 ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in L.A.S., TAU DELTA PHI, Illini Union Cammmee ,3, E DENNIS ..... VIAAUKEGAN, B.S. in Ph s' I Ed ' , . IVA. olougwll and Crescent,. Phu Epsilon Kappa, JunioryllrT:erfrat:ir:il3nC0?,::,,pnsf Isuhemz mini 12,1-11, Varsity Golf Squad l2.3.41, Letter 12, 3, -11, Freshman Valrslly 2,31 Squad MAS LEONARD JR .... :. ROCKFORD, B.S. in Ph ' l Ed ' . nun' HKTHETA, Illini Union Committee 111, Newman FoundatidfriIcStudenTC?:,r:,'C,qpwy l2,ExI'TA cal Education Malors Club, John Carroll University, Rockford College: Umveiun vm Wisconsin V magnum DONALD T. . . . MOLINE, Bachelor of Architecture, Augustana College N LEE ..... TAYLORVILLEQ B.S. in Agriculture: TOANCO CLUB, ' , ms, llounomics Club: Honors Day 0,21 Agrltullural Eco , ALAN K ...... CHICAGO, B.S. in Industrial Eng' ' 4, ZETA BET , Y IIJDELMAN wan-Da: 58Cl'tem, Illini Union Committee 111, Cani31:,irlrg11e,, 121' D,:,dz:Ui3"?5, Student Senate 131, Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 1141: E,-,g,,,,n.Q,m.3 Council 141, Freshman Week Committee 12, 31, First Lieut., Army ROTC 13. 41: H,-,,,o,, Day ll, 21 Kymgnp, DANIEL IVAR ..... EVANSTON, B.S. in Civil Engineer' , THE MANSION, B i Foundation Student Council 11, 2, 3, 41, Illini Christian FerI?owship 11, 2, 3, .l1, E','f',2f' Air Force ROTC 13, 41, A.S.C.E. ' outs, DAVID HUBERT ..... LAURA, B.S. in Agriculture, PHI SIGMA EPSILON, Alpha Ts., Alpha, Agriculture Club, Agricultural Education Club, Western Illinois University ODA, ELIZABETH YUKI ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Secretarial Training, LINCOLN AVENUE RESI. DENCE, The Daily Illini 13, 41, Marketing Club, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois OILIERG, GERALD LEROY ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, TEN-O-ONE CLUB, Phi Eta Sigma, Y.M.C.A. Committee, Seabury Foundation Student Council 13, 41, First Lieut., Army ROTC 141, Navy Pier Alumni Association, Pier Soccer Squad 11, 21, Pier Choir 121, Honors Day 1l1, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois OLDEN, ROBERT EUGENE . . . . KEWANEE, Bachelor of Architecture, A.I.A. 0lDllAM, MELVIN GENE ..... MC LEANSBORO, B.S. in Agriculture, TOANCO CLUB OIDS, JOHN ROBERT ..... CALHOUN, B.S. in Civil Engineering, LOU-MAC LODGE, Engineer ing Council 131, A.S.C.E., President 141 OLSEN, JACK EDMUND ..... BELLEVILLE, Bachelor in Architecture, Gargoyle, A.I.A., Belle- ville Junior College OLSON, RUSSELL EDWARD ..... CHICAGO, B.A. in L.A.S., NEWMAN HALL, University of Minnesota OPELKA, JOHN JAMES ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Agriculture, Pl KAPPA ALPHA, Second Lieut., Army ROTC 13, 41, Dairy Production Club, Hoof and Horn Club 0'l0UllKE, ROBERT WILLIAM ..... WOODSTOCK, B.S. in Journalism, ALPHA SIGMA PHI: Sigma Delta Chi, The Daily Illini 13, 41 Oli. JEAN ANN ..... SPRINGFIELD, a.A. in L.A.s., KAPPA DELTA: The, lllio lI.2I: Illini Union committee 4l,2,, Y.W.C.A. csblher 13.10, Y.W.C-A- C0mm"'ee I31 our IUDITH KAY ..... PAXTON, B.S. in Elementary Education, ALPHA GAMMA DELTA, llllni Union Committee 131, Illinois State Normal UnIversIYY oswlmi JAMES BRADLEY . . .. HAZEL CREST, B.S. in D.S.S.W.V., Phi Eta Sigma? H0"O'5 Div II1 WND. CARL-wALnsMAN ..... HlGHWOODf B.S. in Management, PEI' ggfixmgftllfg Illlnl Union Committee 131, Freshman Council: SocletY for le V Management WIIOM. AUDREY MARIA. ..,. ROCKFORD, as. in Marketing: CH' 0'I'ffFQQr 22126 L,Q'5?2 Committee l11: Y.W.C.A. Committee 131: Commerce Council 12,1 hs Day U, Sponsor 131: Arnold Air Society SPOHSOY i411 Marketing Club, Honor Otto . LI, T IT: . MARGRET IRIS . . LIBERTYVILLE- BA in L.A.S.: EVANS HALL, Morlzfcasafsxecgzgve Alpha Chro ,'lS' 'd 2. Di, 'pl-,' Alpha, w.A.A. ll,2,3,41:. . -' , 5 . Council l31,nPre:Tdenein141,l,PanT1elIleniclW.G.S. Coordinating COkm"E:'I:::1iY1ig3i3i'max, denifenale i415 Committee on Student Affairs 141: Gfeek WF? Club 0 Traditions Committee 131, Gamma Delta, German Club: Spams no' MIITON CHARLES ..... sr. LOUIS, MISSOURI, B.S. in cefamlr3RgqcgngffB?fAEISA OWE xl? House Presldenl l41: Military Ball Committee 111: En5'9r" ' N' RICHARD BARRY . . . . BLOOMINGTON, B.S. in Floriculturei Flofiwlfvfe CM' 5ll . 1-9 V Q L. C c .. ,4 Q 3 'T Q 'A 3 I sg: 3. pl C QW' 'Q' f' ft ix -Q Q 3, N Ali .. 'X- I , if -1 ' 1 I 4 fs 72. I 'tv' , 04 6 ,' QQ, L L.- GI lil A 1 f ar c -A ,, 1 l 6 D 'i 1,11 ' 1:-r ? , O' .sl 5, h", 7.3 T' .Vg Q ' 'U -i Y Q . .1 I . 51 .-Hg. fl I 3 A5 3 GP A -'T I A qs pw .. "' TJ' N 5 , sl 1 s. ' ,t .Q 4. fr- -N-.gx u 1- . T Vf s .a , 4- ' ' .1 . cr ' T 5 E "' t' . A ,Y I ' Q15 '.'Arku1lr1g CAV PARK. 55 in Home Economics Educmion RANCES ...,. .X - . - - A , A OWENS NAfFT.:f,:,. 5.sCk,..- C:u'i1l l2 .LV Illini Christian Fellowship Nl: Hom ' SNEQ! itz- 'r':,": R.-:JSVCAKYS Clvb e ETo?'9"'frx I HARD . . . '.'ATTE5ON- BS. lvl Elccrrlcal Engin-'.,',, . , PACE JAMESLFE: ,, QE rfgugfg Pg-, l I Nnxy Vucr Exfension of rh':llla1Slx'erfi,'1- W. ' ' ' 11:13, PAHLOW RALPH FRED WLLSIFE FA:lw'e' CY Music- Plwl Mu Alpha-Sinfonra Pu.-sd ' 'ers 1 PAINTER WAYNE JESSE . . QZAUCONDA: 5.5. ln .lcurnalxsmg SIGMA 'IAU GAKWA R V ff' -,Q Cr' UW -.wil-. TM'-Vfc Cru-. .l, T' WILL-TX' 42 3,-:lg Illmr Carlrol-it Anim "rv: - . -, 'wo '1..s. 'Qt N. -,. -M,--J PALCIAUSKAS, RAYH JOSEPH v- '- ' YE' rum ,.g E-Lx.,rkr P.-uucu, srsrmen GABRIEL . . 3 f . Epgllcv' Rlzc l'rc5u.lr,'nt -il CICERT- 5.5. ln Elccuical Enningqfmqf Hmm, P' A r ' llln as ' 'lw Llwxrfsl 5 C. 1 Q- ,.CHlCAGO: B.F.A. in Industrial Dggmni GRAN , Cluif. l!.'f.lsOn Junior Collcgcg Idaho Sung Couegcrkgimlflfi - sl aw. ' lmv,-15115 of lllunols fu'r"41vCV' of Ylfv L LA ' Ts T. ' PANICALII NA1ALlNO 1 Q Y , CHlCAGO. FS. ln ElcClrlCnl Ennmccrnngg NIETHEN Alff wg rg,,,, V.,-r F-frgn-:cn of lla-3 Uniwgrsiry ol lllnnous T' PAO4 HENRY CHUEN.HSIEN ,.., HONGKONG, CHINA: 8.5. ln Elcclrlqgl Engmqgqmg 1,- ! K MU: Em x.mp.v Nuj A.Z.E.E.-l.R.E.: Clwllwso Srudcms ClUb3 Hong-15 D-W ll. Ti!" 'P 'Chvfa A , , , sj ,M pAgK4 JANf BERRY V Ollfxklbxg 5.5. an ilu- Twclwmo of A'm1ln-qmyllqgg RAPPA Nflppk GAVUL ,r i Suv Cm-rw ,'.'l.m.scn-r lg T1-rrnpm lj Honors Pay ll' 'A .7 '- In In. .- PARKS, RONALD DURHAM .. ,DECATUR B.F.A. m Industrial Dcsuqng THETA 041. g,.,, W' 1 fn 1' og -Q ' .v , 5. JA, A - fr' ig, T H f. . , 1 G 4 A . - -3-' --fx :ff 4 K .' ' 4 . . -- VP V' T 4 lrnff-:mr-,V E-wufvwc Councul PARMHEE, RICHARD PAINE . . . . , TNASHINGTON, D. C4 8.5. IH Mcclmniczgl ,, ..g Honors Da' lll Tau Slcymn A.S.M,F., SAE 5 Ehqmq-Q4 lr-.Q I PARR. LONNIE FERON .,... CHILLICOTHEJ B.S. in L.A.S.: Mcn's Glcc Club l3l: Soda-1,-Ogv vw, Adwmcr-rw-nl ol h'ln'mOmmm1 PARRISH, EDWARD BARTON ..... METROPOLl5p B.S. in Chemical Enginccringg ANNA 0- SI .MAg Wa-Na-Sccp McKinlfy Foundnlion Sludcnr Council 13, .ilg Fin! llQg1'Ig,:w-, C ROTC 43, -ilg Pl-alan: ll -ilg A.l,Cl1.E. PARRY. EUGENE WALLACE . . . . ROCKFORD5 B.5. in General Ennlnccrlnqg SIGMA PHT Cllll C-Nw, Auf Forcr- ROTC I3, -il: A.I,E.E.-l.R.E.p Synlon PATINO, GUSTAVO ..., MEDFLLIN, COLOMBUA5 B.5, in Civnl Enqlnccringg PATYON, CATHERINE GAYNEIJE ..... CARBONOALE 8.5, In Edutnhvng Sogrflwrn Illinois Umvcraily A S C I Kappa Oulu 7, PATION, ROBERT SUNDIN JR ...... WAUKEGANQ ELS. in Elccrricnl Engmecringg MSW. 1' , . . . HI an Form- ROTC '11, -ll: Arnold Arr Society l3lg Socnuly of Amcrucnn M Vary W Pwnc and Pislol Club: Norllv.-.ngslcrn Univcrmy 3,-ll, A.I.E.E.,l.R.E,, PAUGH. FRANKLYN JOHN . . PAULIUS, IRENA LIONGINA .mffif-nu Club, GM, PAUll, ADRIENNE SANDRA , KVM fun-r-:mm of POCKFORDg B.S. in IAQ-clmnicnl Enqmccrnnqg AIS CMCAGO, 3.5. nn r.'l.w.memenr, LOWRY lODG!. U'-'M' ' ' I lllmoel "MH Cluhg Navy Pu-r Exlryngion ol rhrp Un1vclUlY 0 . . . CHlCAGOg B.S, an Fl:-rvwnmr-y Edutlolioffg BUSEY Mull lvl- llmvf-:fury of lllnnow. KW: KAPPK H5463 CHICAGO. Snclmlm ol Arclmecrurc. TAU ! gl I C5"ll"f'5 Cl"'1T ll, 7 3, 'ifg Mxlrlnry Hall Comruuvr-rr l?l. IAMOY, Al' 'aff' ' ' PAUlSON, JOHN KARL '."'T'9l'l ""' 5'Z"f"Y','. ifnlmlwnrrl nm-I Wndv- lj. .ilg A.l fx: 5400611 O01 ll! uvu, una Rumour . cwucfloo. 3.5. cn L.:-,s.. SIMPSON HALL. C-N" CM'-"" 'N' Un'-f'1"v, -m-.4 Pu-r Eur:-nnmn gl Ihr- Uni-,rqnily of illlnoll uwuu. xermzm :ohm . Cmcnco, sara. rn nd-,Mm.nf, Dwnm TM "W 'Vu' .v.f:"-fr: 'jul-.-f-:pry r IAYNE, HAlOlD Cp-455155 l Er mcfmnd. 5'-sf E G9ffH'JIllf, E33 in Indushm 10 . rr m'w,,,. Y I! 'Ell00Y. GEORGE HPWARD JR , OEERFIHD. Bula-lor ol lArr:hulcC1vflJN"' r' uf-fzf-l f. 'ia llr'f.f"'1 ,' nf 1 rug f llln, . nn' ""'0"- 'ETYFHQWQAUF' more-non, as .H edmfrom EVANS 'ml' . ML nom, mmf IRANCIS Jn . 1-'-fzosvvme, 5.5 A road mhnoloov: Nefuul 'ar' I" """ LVJTC 1, Arngld An Socnrgly S325 Honors DOY ll' 5l2 Ny?- H1 PEDOTE, M rm. WV" 5-QRRY. Jo' HRSON. E I-UEFISN. ruins. JC 1-UERSON. NIERSON. HHRSON IUERSON HIUISON HIUISON IIIUISOB IHAR, Pl' IMIIMAC rnlllIPS. MIIUPS VICMIER4 'TUIUIA 'ltumm 'lllscn NUIN, NNN!! "Nun 'lNNEl Munn NNI' Ed ' In i'tT"0nf Sw me free? -:...i..cIIrlg, E' f The Universita KQPDI I Alplwslnfonia Prc 'rt ' 'lt rm, SIGMA TA 3, 41, Ill'll GAMMA' ITII Can-,Dux Ai"I"I ineering, Honou Day ll lil Deg' . o Statgnfj ERANADA Clt 0 este, NM, gf ing, NIETHEN, AJEE ID, Electrical Ertgineming SA 'I UID: Honors Day U 5, ' 'MCSE KAPPA KAPPA Gmini. Design, THEIA cm, rn., Mechanical Engincwingy 3 ilee Club lat, society fo, ,r al Engineering, ALPHA Ci- cil I3, dl, First Lieut, Arr'- ineering, SIGMA PHI DELI:- ngineering, A.S.C.E. Education, Kappa Delta 7' cal Engineering: Maior, 'I' American Military E0Qlf'?9'l n University Igineering, A.F.S. ', LOWRY LODGE: L5'l'f":' University of Illinois lucation, auset HMI: WK , TAU KAPPA EPSIILI- Elon Air Force ROTC I3 J tnors Day lll HALL: Camera Clvbf RNS? if Illinois Design: The lllio lllf Nt" , . Gif' Engineering? A'l:'S" l ief i' P Irchitecture: Navy HALL: ttteri-'f' ,, EVANS N HALL' :hnolo9Y: NEYMA Irs DESY ll' -l v ol IIIIM Q' I I I I EW ALFRED .,... CHICAGO, as ' M , , , , ffm lug? 'he Advangemem of MK-magemem: W:21ghrc?J2igTC8gI,NEIIJMAN HALL. Sv. c r ol the University of Illinois 099' N-WY Pier Eire-rt IIER JR ...... CHICAGO, as in EI- - r .I ,, , nil. LEVIN Iliff., Mathematics Club, President I2t, Filmed Cfggfnhlcxxno. Eta mime Ita, A125 Extension of the University of Illinois ' OH Dev ll. YI: Hn., Peer SANTFORD . . . MOLINE: a.s. in El t' I E , , I Imvt Jowlllinl Union Committee ll, 2, 3l, House Prfziidgtt I3rl?lSgg"'9A SIEQPUA PHI DELIA, Arnold Air seciety Ia, at, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ' " " We ROTC 'B A EL AI.MErA ..... CHICAGO, a.A. ' I.A,s., 785094, ETHWIAA. Il, 2, CII., Seabury Foundation Stildent Counchllilffo-DH Fritilcimdi REMDEHCE' Alumni Association, Physical Education Maiors Club- Piei Illini- N l Uh' NM' pw' of the University of Illinois ' ' "VY PW' Elfvnu-CII IIAM MARCELLUS JR. . ,... VIRGINIA, as I . , mmm' wiiR.E., IIII-Knights: Ittanets College 'n E'LC"'Ct" E"U"'w-iw, A.tEE tcs MAUREEN .... -AMAYWOOD, B,A. in L.A.S., ALPHA . , mm' 'O Torch, the Daily IIIrnr r2, 3, In, IIIInr Union cernrnaitee r2Ei.Elgf,,,ff,',,SIMM' LO"'dr Discipline, WPGU, University of Missouri ' LL O" 5'Udf"' N, DAVID EDWIN.- .... KANKAKEE, a.s. in F'na , ph- K . I, mtuo Sigma: Phi Eta SIQITIBI Alpha Kappa Psi, Basketballlmclilanagler lllppi- gamma 133, Finance Club, Honors Day ll, 2, 39, University of Illinois Scholarship Ounctl mgl50N, DEAN MASON . .r . . . MAYWOOD, B.S. in Mechanical Enging-gfn I IHEIA X , Sagiaereau Efarmniilgese l3l, A.S.M.E., Roosevelt College, Navy Pierghtension QI, N, GARY CHARLES ..... ONEIDA, as in A ' It , EACH , I muse Field and Furrow: Hoof and Horn Club grlcu Ure ELOR ARMS' Alpha Zum' mason, .IOHN 'VINCENT ..... CHICAGO, as in L.A.S., HOPKINS House, IIIrnI For-ncrc Association, Young Democrats Club, Wilson Junior College, Navy Pier Extensioh ol the University of Illinois MIERSOH, LEONARD ALGOT . . .. . . SKOKIE, Bachelor of Architecture, ALPHA RI-40 CHI. ,, goyle, Fine and Applied Arts Council l3l, A.I.A., Honors Day Ill l Gd rftsnson, SONJA RAGNIIIID ..... IQIAINEIELD, as. in I.A.s., ALLEN HALL, Alpha Lambda Delta, Terraptn l2, 3, Al, Illinois Wesleyan University PETERSON, THOMAS EDWARD ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Accountancy, FLAGG HOUSE, Alpha PHAR, PHI IIIIIBLAD, Phi Omega, University Chorus I3, Al, Accountancy Club, Wright Junior College, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois LIP ARTHUR .,.., MOUNT CARMEL, B.S. in Agriculture, ALPHA GAMMA RHO, Agri- cultural Council I3, 41, Hoof and Horn Club, President ldl CHARLES LEONARD ..... KNOXVILLE, B.S. in Industrial Administration, TWIN ESTATES, Alpha Kappa Psi, The Daily Illini III, Lutheran Foundation Student Council lI,2l, First Lieut., Army ROTC l3, 41, Pershing Rifles lI,2l, Phi Chi Eta l2,3,.Il, Society of American Military Engineers ll, 2l, Illini Sportsman's Club, Rifie and Pistol Club, Society for the Advancement of Management PHILLIPS, JAMES EDWARD ..... CHICAGO' B.S. in Mana ement' AI ha Ka a Psi- Markctinc PIIIILIPS, 9 r P PP r .J Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Young Republicans Club, Culver- itlockton College, Florida State University, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Inots JOHN PATRICK ..... CHICAGO, B.S. in Management, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Honors Day l3J, Wilson Junior College NCHIER. wIIaERr IosEPH ..... CHICAGO- as in Accountanc end Finance, NEWMAN HALL, , , y f Chi Gamma Iota, Accountancy Club, Finance Club, Illini Campus Amvetsl Post No. ZQ2: Navy Pier Alumni Association, Honors Day ISI, Northwestern University, Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois NCKEIT, ANNE CAROLYN ..... RIVER FOREST, B.S. in Elementary Education, KAPPA KAPPA IICIIMAN, rlstsctt, I GAMMA, Kappa Delta PI, Illini Union Committee 42, 3tr,CampUsCheS' l2lf GMI Week Committee l2l, Panhellenic Ball Committee l2l, Miami UnIversItY DEBRA LEE ..... CHICAGO, B.A. in the Teaching of English, LINCOLN AVENUhE RESIDENCE: University Theatre Crew l3l, Hillel Foundation Student Council l2l: NOV' ' ern Illinois University UUITII ANN . . . . BLOOMINGTON, B.S, in Education, SHERWOOD LODGE: DEPAUW University p . lllEN. WAYNE RAYNOR ..,.. PRINCETON, B.S. in Agriculture, Alpha Tau Alpha, Agricultural Education Club PIISNER, RIC . . . . r ' Cl it, Pluxsmrs, HARD EUGENE ..... CHICAGO, as in Ernence, rrnence Club.. Mafkelfg. U NAVY Pier Alumni Association, Navy Pier Extension of the University of ll 'NCIS 5lllY GENE ..... IAWRENCEVILLE- as in D.S.S.W.V., BRIARWOOD, 'l"f" Can" PUS Amvets Post No. 202, Society for the Advancement of Mana99me'T'i V"'Ce'WeS University 'INN . ' , Eu' BEEANYANNE ..... PARIS, B.S. in Speech Correction: GAMMA pm BETA' Ula Pl I Eta, Illini Union Council l2, Al, Bradley UDIVGFSIIY NNE . 1 : Y' DON OVID ..... ROSEVILLE, as. in Agriculture, ALPHA GAMMA RPLO. fglilgj gg:- G'?mma Sigma Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Y.M.C.A. Committee Ill: Elowrfgay H 2' 3, Sltlee ll: 2I: Agricultural Education Club, Hoof and Horn Club: Ono ' ' ,ml n'Ve'5'fY of Illinois Scholarship Key t GE . - - . - ,R.E.: 5' 'CV OREEHQHN .Q .... EVANSTON, as in Electrical 'En9"7ee""9: A-I-Eff' T nnesfene ' 71015 Institute of TECIWFIOIOQY: Northwestern University: Ufl'Ve'5"Y O '3 'tv v-1 6' 7. 15 . 4 Xxhr C 2 5- A 1 -s . . I, A :r,. ff' Qte- :ff ,l sf, Q1 15 I fu R' It I L 'U K SIS C tb' ef -3' QQ 9 , 9. 'FP f! 'Y If fi K lei I' ,, A I as at A A K l 6' Q to A Q i .2 I it i t iix an , li if . Q , 1 6 ' .ff ' C 1 I :rf I tl I tl 5 it V K i I? A IMI It til 1 1 I I t 'I .I 6 R' fn- i PIORKOWSKI. FRANCIS M .--- - - PIOTROWSKI, PHYLLI5 CATHERINE CICERO: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.l.EE.l Campus Ants-els Post No. 202 ' 'R'E'7 Illinx . . . . . CHICAGO: B.S. in Physical Educat'o - Wim Union Commmee tal: W,A.A. l3, -il: Navy Pier Alumni AIs2ciaEilo:iqSPhIIAIL- Ecuxmon Minor, Club, Pier Cheerleader: Student National Education A- -Vatu: Navii- Pier Extension of the University of Illinois "omits-:V p:0rgQw5Kl RONALD STANLEY ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Architecture: ALPHA RNOGQ ' I Gatgoslc-: Honors Day tll ptpgg MARY KATHRYN ..... SHARON, WISCONSIN: B.S. in Home Economics: WESCOGL Home Progidcnt l3I: PIOWIDOY Pfom COIYIIWIYGG III: Home Economics Club - msn tzoasnt NEIL ,.... OLNEY: as. tnnntosbao Eaooatton: CAMPUS view LODGE mat, Phi Mo Alpha-Stnfon-a: Un-vets-tv Cho-f tl. 2. 3. -ll: Men's Glo, Cl 3,52 Madrigal Chorus I3,-fl? I'I0n0'5 DBY I3I U I' ' Mas CLAYTON ..,.. SHARON, wisconsin, as. in Engineefng Ph - , PIPER' IHC HALL: Illini Christian Fellowship IQ, ill: Second Lteut., Air Force ROTC tgiyigkoaql Society l3l: Physics Society, President Nl: Honors Day IQI ' ' PIRNAT, FERDINAND JOSEPH JR ...... CHICAGO: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.l.E.f-til PITTMAN, tzAvMoNo .tn ,...,. DECATUR: a.s.. In Civil.Engirteering: DELTA stem viii, SW tau, Chi Epsilon: Junior Intertraterntty Council t2I: A.S.C.E.: Honors Day rl. 3, PLUME, GATIS ..... CHICAGO: 855. in L.A.S.: Roosevelt University: Navy Pier Extension gi the University of Illinois PLUTH, JOHN JR ...... JOLIET: B.S. in Electrical.Engineering: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.: A.I.Ch.E. Prnt dcnt ill: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois: Joliet Junior Callqgg PODLIN, GERALD BERNARD ..... CHICAGO: 8.5. in General Engineering: THETA KAPPA Ni Star and Scroll: Interfraternity Executive Council I2I: Intramural Manager tal rotutcx, JERRY ..,.. CHICAGO: as. in Journalism: TAU cPstt.oN Pitt, Alpha its no Sigma Delta Chi: WPGU I3, -il POLOMSKI, EDWARD ADAM ..... DETROIT, MICHIGAN: B.S. in Industrial Education: Indnttii Education Society: Society for the Advancement of Management POLTEROCK, JERROLD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: FORBES HOUSE: Omega Bala Pi: Gate man Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Honors Day UI: Navy Pier Etttonsiutd the University of Illinois PONTIOUS, FRANK UNWIN ,.... GLEN ELLYN: B.S. in Management: PHI KAPPA SIGMNSO ciety Ior the Advancement oi Management: DePauw University: Wilson Junior Conant POPPER, RONALD JAY ,.... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: BARTON HOUSE: Omega Beta Pi: Nair Pier Alumni Association: German Club: Navy Pier Extension ol tha Unltnrtifr ul Illinois: Honors Day III PORGES, ROBERT ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Economics: SIGMA ALPHA MU: Financo CM:D1 Epsilon POSADA, ULDARICO ..... BOGOTA, COLOMBIA: B.S. in Electrical Engineorinqr 59" I'- POTTER. POTTER, POTTER POUND Eta Kappa Nu: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.: Colombian Students Club: University ol tha N01 JESSICA ANN ..... CHICAGO: e.s. in sown Correction: ALPHA Pitt, Atvhl 1'0" Delta: Campus Chr.-st IQI: Freshman Council: Honors Day III atctgtno P. . . . . PARK tztocs, as in Mechanical Engineering: Asxtt.: CHU' 0 EQ!! ttoss THOMAS ..... , , Q RHO CHI: Star and Scroll: Illini Union Committee CII: Fine and Applied A!'lCTd MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN' Bachelor ol Archilodtlit Aunt JOSEPH NOWSMAN ..... SULLIVAN: 8.5. 'n C'v'I Engineering: PRICE Clint Ii pwfld'-"ll I3Ii Uf'IV0'2i'Y Rfflitlious CouncilII3I1IlJisciplas FoundaIion'Srudll CU" 2.52 41: Second taooi., Army notc ta, 43: Society of American Militant 90" POWELL. DAVID PRANKLIN ..... PEORIA' B.A. in L.A.S.: SIGMA CHI: Dlltl PIII 5 d'f'I'.5ffI4'f-' 57. 32: Basketball Nianager III: French Club: German Club. In 5P4'I'lI' Club: Yrwno Republicans Club PIASSI, CHARLENE ELLICE ..... FORRESTON: 8.5. in L.A.S.: MCKINLEY HALL: SOOUVTI' "On 5'Ud'f"" COUNJI IQ, 3, Al: Elmhurst College nut. nloutctt wt - ' MMV PROCTOR PROVARI puttMAN pUSANlKi FUTMAN. QUERNS. outucl. twirl. C IAIFERTY RAPP. GI IAYMON IEARDOI HCR, G IEDINGI llDMOh ttro, it tttn, I tttosu, IHS, T UITVES lttctu, UIIMAQ lllrtsr fling' 'THU '21 LLIAM ..... CHICAGO: 8.5. n Management: Illini CONN' cw gfo' 2025 MJ-5:1 SOUUIY tor the Advancemlant ot Management: WIIW' ,mu -twy Pier E-tension ot the University ot Illinois WIIAMAN. ggtsatt um . . ROSSYILLE: as in etoinontofy Edvcationt ALVIN PM I A, Illinois ,lcilevu-, Unwcnuy rloctott. utatcta sttcxtsa ..... DANVILLE: a.s, in Speech Correction: Wlll UI' wa' "' W 5"0:5"" Cvmmitt-re t2l: Danville Junior cottooo llltgg RINO' ring: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E' tit- ., :H Education. Ev mm Associatioiiisp HALL al Education Agioflvtiu Mt-af. tecture: ALpHA R H0 Clit e Economics Club US VIEW LODG. if Mgnrs Glee OES Economics' WESCOCA ngineeri p t I one ROUI9 hystcs, TAp. C I3l: Arnold AT I Engineering: Aiglplllni DELTA SIGM A P A ' .: Honors Day Ulla., Stqrri I Navy Pier Extension Qi E.E.-l.R.E.: A.l.Ch.E, Pretg, : Joliet Junior College eflngi THETA KAPPA PHI amural Manager Idl ' DN PHI: Alpha Eta Rho, Ntstrial Education: lndustrti' yement JSE: Omega Beta Pi: Get. I: Navy Pier Extension at ': PHI KAPPA SIGMA: So sity: Wilson Junior College USE: Omega Beta Pi:IN4vY sion of the Untversttv UI A MU: Finance Club: RIN Engineering: SIQIM 'AUT lniversity of the Am-let ILPHA PHI: Alpha lf""bd' eering: A.s.M.E.: C-WW' f A h'tecture: AIFILA 1doAPpliecl Arts Counfll IZ' - I'I ring: PRICE CLU?'CoLiiJ:i ' den ' :undatton .Stu - . g nerican MtlitarY Engmow I ph' Alplwi 5"f' giiitageglubt iafesideni Lil' EY HALL: seabufv fowl" oil P , , pus Antveti I lhinbvglign Jumof Colleqe I MWA ucatiorti ALPHA G S Conn- tian: WILL Ulf IA wmmm HOWARD ..... OAK PARK' as in ina i t jam' THETA: Denison University ' ' ' VUL' Eftslftffrinos PHI Ugly, ARD WAYNE ..... DU QUOIN: B,S, ' A - MWAIT. 'Isla President I3t: Agricultural Council tal? A,3',iSELiU2,':LxfdPu9r:r'i:3'Do. DAS smug RBARA MARIA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. ' L.A.S.: NUIIN, EQLM: orchesis my Tenaupm ml: Seabwy ggundanon BQEZIZMHALL: Oratorto f,,4,,,, Ngyy Pier Alumni Association: DePaul University, N,,v,', PM EPI-"MII: Ftenct. Club, versity of Illinois P "tf'H'0'T ol tl-c ut.. PH . . . . EASTCHEST . - , , WIKI JOSE ER, NEW YORK, B.S. in Mining f:,Q,nc,:,'mJ, nr RALPH ..... , A Mun' nlMoline Community College USE' ""I"k'f""9 Club. MOLINE: B.S. in Marketing' GARNER HO Mans' 'MIL EDWARD ..... LOCKPORT, NEW YORK: B.S. in Marketing: Market.:-iq Ctut, wma., PAULINE JEANETTE ..... WOOD RIVER: B.S. in Journalism- BIRCH HALL UT' ' Theatre Cast i2. 3:4lt W-A-A l2l: YOUTTQ Democrats Club I i "yummy , GERRY ANNA ..... LOMBARD: B.S. in the Teaching f E I' hi u non Shorter Board: Torch: Shi'-Ai: The lllio l2l: Star Cou?se ll1AiriiagerGGllfLM6A:,mp:,I, Thin tl,2l: Pslnhellenic Executive Council I3,4l: Freshman Council: Illigrirek i3l- Honcgis DAY ll, ' TY, MARY KATHLEEN .... . LAGRANGE: B.S. ' H E ' I . - U Mun Omicron: Westbrook Junior College In omg conomm VANUG' Ph' Umlon r, GRETCHEN ALMA. .... BRADLEY: B.S. in Ham E ' , ZETA TAU . Q ' W Union Committee Il,2J: Marketing Club e conomlcs ALPHA' HI m IAYMOND, FRANK EDWARD ..... EVANSTON: Bachelor of Architecture: PHI DELTA THETA- Scarab: Lawrence College ' ILAIDON, BARBARA EILEEN ..... WAUKEGAN, a.s. in L.A.s.: DELTA GAMMA: shane: Board: Torch: Illini Union Committee: Panhellenic Executive Council Il,2, 31: House President Idl: Freshman Week Committee I2l: Honors Day llj IECK, GENE PAUL ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S. ALPHA CHI SIGMA: Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Honors Day 131: University of Illinois Scholarship Key IEDINGTON, KATHLEEN ANN ..... GALENA: B.S. in Home Economics: ALPHA HOUSE: House President Ml: S.N.l.B. l2l: Newman Foundation Student Council ll,2, 41 IEDMON, CHARLES GANT JR ...... COLLINSVILLE: B.S. in Commerce: BETA THETA Pl: Ma, Wan-Da: Sachem: Skull and Crescent: Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Delta Phi: Sigma Iota Epe silon, President I3,4l: The lllio il,2, 31, Business Manager Ml: Y.M.C.A. Board ol Directors I2, 3, Al: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet i2l: Y.M.C.A. Committee Ill: Accountancy Club: Junior Bar Association: Honors Day ll,2, 31: University of Illinois Scholarship Key IEED, HELEN DOLORES ..... SAN JOSE: B.S. in Home Economics: LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- DENCE: The lllio iI,2l: Campus Chest I2,3l: Wesley Foundation .Student Council l2,3l: Plowboy Prom Committee l3l: Home Economics Club: Marketing Club IEED, JAMES LEROY ..... HULL: B.S. in Agriculture: PHI SIGMA EPSILON:-Alpha Tau Alpha: House President CAI: University Chorus i3l: S.N.l.B. l3, 41: Agricultural EdUCdl'0'1 Club, President Ml: Western Illinois University IHDER. ANN J ..... .PARK RIDGE: as. in Home Economics: DELTA DELTA DELTA: S.N.I,B- I2l: Panhellenic Ball Committee l2, 3l: Plowboy Prom Committee l2l: Home EC0"'0""U Club IFES. TtioMAs GRANT ..... BRADFORD: B.S. in Marketing, DELTA UPSILON: The lllio lllf First Lieut., Army ROTC l3,4l: Marketing Club lfivfs. SHARON GAIL ..... TE- B.F.A. in Advertisin Desi n: DELTA ZETA: Shi-Ai: PIII CRE , Q Q, Th In Kappa Phi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Gamma Alpha Chi: SOCIEIY Of lllvstfefofsf e 'O Ill: Illini Union Committee il,2l: University Theatre Crew Ill: W.A-A- ll' 2l7 Honou DAY II.2,3l: University of Illinois Scholarship Key 'HUNT EDWARD EARL ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Law: Pl LAMBDA Pl-ll: Phi Alpfh-T 05103 Accountancy Club: Finance Club: Junior Bar Association: M5flle"n9, CIUP7 fqnsois Ill: Pier Chorus Ill: Honors Day l2l: Navy Pier Extension of the University o I 'E'MAN- STEWART CHARLES ..... WEBSTER GROVES, Mtssoutztt as in L.A.S.:NlRl'gTl: Illini Union Committee i3l: Freshman Gymnastics Manager: Ef1S'9flt ' ' Scabbard and Blade l4l: I.A.S. I , EINSTFIN. PHILIP TLLDEN ..... EVANSTON: e.s. in Accountancy: TAu EPstLoN PHI. Accountancy Club IE . .. .- ie WN. JANET KAY ..... BELLEVILLE- es. in L.A.S.: ALPHA DMICRQN Pl, Sh A. Tl lllio ll.2t: tttsni union Camnimee Lt,2t: Panhellenic Ball C0"l"""'f'f .EIT . A I ' ER' JAMES ERWIN ..... CHICAGO: B.F.A. in Landscape Architecture: 5CLN?N1fi:.i:hii:ecLrt1i2 L2'?'4l: Baptist Foundation Student Council l3l, Pf2S'de"'I LAI: Lan 5 D Society litts - t-I R' ROBEIITT CONRAD ..... CHICAGO: es. in PhySiCSi FLAGG HOVSSQVC''gffgE'g,.ei-fail: FY Iltzli Illinois Institute of Technology: I-0Y0Ia Un'VerS"Y' P The University of Illinois IENQ U PHI: Sk ll t RALPH CARROLL JR. EVANSTON' B.S. in Journalism: ALPHA DELTA U and Crescent: Sigma' De-Ita Chi: The,Daily lllini ll, 2l SIS Li e rf' 'Q 1.5 3 6 v 'I I A - 'S' 'WC' 3 A G 4 is J 14 . ? 2 L X I QT, 5-A 7 Z' A I 4' 9 v, 1- x x E' ....--...,-...-1-1 , "SY P152 Y? 'I . ,... L hw V- er A ff- li. .E 0 ,C ,Is ,lil F' I :ftp - Q-' 'uv is ' M., f. n vi . ..,g' ""7 ! 5 'TT , if t cry, ' A :E- S 'es h l er,-.lsr i 2--A I ,c "?"f . I -ri AROLE DIANE CHICAGO- a.A. in L.A.S.: Rosswooo LODGE m.. REPS' C Au-: 355,12 iNi3yyi Pier Alumini Association: German Club: Navy piier ,gg U,,,,c,Sii,- of Illinois 'WUI el JR ..4.,. TOLONO: B.S. in Agriculture: ACACIA: My . Q REVELL, IOHPJFRAIPCHWWMWC L3l- Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Military Q32 gzxmih lain. ,,, L - V ee rv HCOI and Horn Club 1,- GEORGE ,.... ROCHELLE: B.S. in Industrial Education: BARI i REWERTS' DAXYJISM, Fcoybatl Squad i'Z,3,-tl: Freshman Varsity Football SqUad.OAll.HflGIiIS. ROTC X34 Ji, Fiygng Club: Industrial Education Society: Northern Illinois U:1?JN:N'1+I it,- E I.oREttA ...., CERES, CALIFORNIA: B.S. in Journals , 5 RHINE' JEANEPEISAV The Daily Illini ill: The lllio Ml: Illini Union Contntitteeltiggi: PE' '.'.,AnaAU mi: y.W.C.A. Cabinet i3i: Y.W.C.A. Committee I2,3l: llligfeel Q gilbert! M.IiC,Q,C Qgll Committee IYI: Young Republicans Club ' " V' ITOVER -,--. CHICAGO: B.S. in Education: University Chor L35 H RICH' SYMME25 Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois Us 1 mu' PM ntcuev, JAMES MILTON III .,... LAGRANGE PARK: B.S. in L.A.s., Missouri School at ,im Rooseveit UHWCYSIIY MAN, SANFORD ..... CHICAGO: as in Finance: zetri BETA TAU: c..,,,,,, C RICH Freshnwan Varsity Swimming Squad: Dolphins Il,z,3,-tl: Greek week' CLSLQLI' R335 IM Rec Board IQI: Maior, Air Force ROTC l-13: Finance Club: Marketing SCQQL-ry tor the Advancement ot Management: Young Democrats Club: yovno publicans Club RICKEITS4 CHARLES JAMES ..... OSWEGO: B.S. inVAgricultural Engineering: Sr. nd it SIM Course Manager il,2l: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet I3l: Y.M.C.A. Committee rtijl: :Xia man Varsity Football SQUBUI A-S-A-5 RILEY, STANLEY LE PERLE ..... SHEFFIELD: B.S. in Agriculture: PHI SIGMA EPSILON: U-,, versity Chorus I3l: Agricultural Education Club: Illini Sportsman's Club: Www Illinois University RINGSTROM, SONIA JEAN ...., CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, Omega Beta Pig Young Democrats Club: Honors Day Ill: Navy Pier Eiitemioq Q4 gs, University ot Illinois RIPPY, LESTER GENE ..... CARMI: as. in Agriculture: ALPHA OMICRON PI, Alpha 1,-,I Y.M.C.A, Committee l2l: Maior, Air Force ROTC I3,-il: Arnold Air Society Ill, A.S.A,E.: Field and Furrow: Honors Day Il,3l RITCHEY, JOHN EDGAR ..... CHICAGO HEIGHTS: B.S. in Food Technolo9Yi GRANADA CW! Honors Day fill ROBB, IAN STEWART ..... GLENVIEW: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: LOU-MAC LOOGI A.S.M.E.: Illinois Institute of Technology: Navy Pier Extension ol the Universe, ot Illinois ROBERTSON, MARJORIE ALICE ..... SANDOVAL: B.S. in Music Education: LINCOLN AVENUI RESIDENCE: Alpha Chron: Phi Kappa Phi: Pi Kappa Lambda: Alpha Lambda Units. Sigma Alpha Iota: Concert Band lI,2,3,dl: University Orchestra IJJI: Univlsh Chorus Ill: Disciples Foundation Student Council II,2, 31: Honors Day Il,2.5l. University of Illinois Scholarship Key ROBINSON, SARAH ANNE ...., EAST ALTON: B.S. in Business Adrnini!ItlIiDn: MCKINLEV HALL: Business Education Club: Marketing Club: Honors Day ISI: Graceland COIINI ROCKSTAD, MARY ANN ..... PRINCETON: B.S. in Music Education: EVANS HALL: UV' Lambda Delta: Sigma Alpha Iota, President Idl: University Choir llllt U"l""'V Chorus II,2l: Oratorio Society I3l: Honors Day Il,2,3l: University ol IIIM4 Scholarship Key RODDY, JOSEPH VINCENT ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Accountancy: NEWMAN HALL: Altvtfflfft Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Spanish Club: Honors Day l2l: NNY P' I" tension ot the University of Illinois ROESKE, JEROME DARMEN ..... ALTON: B.S. in ACCOUrtIurlCy: KAPPA SIGMA: Sivll vt CYOSCCHI: University Theatre Crew Ill: House President Ml: Men's Gln CIW llii Accountancy Club ROGERS, J. Cd UIOMAS JR. . . . . URBANA: B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.: Young Republicans Club: wr o ego Rouen. uuilcoottev In. . . , . stout, as in Accountancy: Accountancy cub: MMM ROLLINS, PATRICIA ANN ..... EVERGREEN PARK: B.S. in Chemistry: BIRCH HALL: Afcs' Honors DGY lll: Navy Pier Extension of the University ol lllinoil HOOKER. BETTY KENYON . ..,. ELGIN: B.S. in Education: ALPHA GAMMA DELIA: If Dflm p'5 HPPUH DAY Ifll: DePauw University HOOKER. HARRY iovms ..... ELGIN: as in Mcchsnacot Engineetiwi UCI" C""" ' Colleflf: 9 ROSE' JOAN CAROL '---' KEWANEE: B.S. in Home Economics Education: AI-IFN NAM Um"0'I Of"'C'0'1: Home Economics Council I-dl: Home Economic! CIW' IIIIHOI2 University . sag K IOSEN. LOUIS EDWARD ...., CHICAGO: B.S. in Accountancy. phi Eu 5,gmOi udwu, . ' , ' ' -' C If I I: Accountancy Club: H0009 031 mf at I.l.nai-, scfolv'-IND My I3I: Navy Pier Extension ot the Unnnruty OI mba' Lmiton- Univ:-r-ity Ihf-strc C, V ,5 IOSEN. MICHAEL LE: . . I Arh'lgdvfUJ 99" MWA MU' M A. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA: amwtof o r I 'om"'u"","'P 'NONE A . . . . WILMEITE' ss in etc-arent cnqinwifwr 'Ima W' H 'Um' 'M' UI Www NU- A.I.E.E.-it st ci wovu I3l Enainwifw 5"P"'I"mgpit p'g"d"" mi PIU' Orchestra Il.2I: Navy Pie' 5"""l0" 'I 'N IIOSENBE' ' ROSS, RI ROTII. Il north M KQWITL ROWLEY. ItoZNAK RUBENST RUCKEIL RUCKMI RUOPP. IUPPEII' RUSSELL IUSSELI IUIHEI nuttin RYAN, mm, uso, IAGAI IAGEI IALBE ULN SAM5 SANB fmt: LODGE, HI. . N .1 Int F avv Pier 5x,em?g:rIE , 'or C - nary Ball Czxmfyn Ill. 'M ljly ation: BART ern linois Umvim fn, lil, Ournalism: G mgfee iz, al: liiifME:ff': , I: Illigreek 1241. Fir-e ir, Y Chorus ISI: Honcri U, I Missouri School ol Min 'fl TAU: Camp Ch, Greek Weelits Coritiiiitili ce Club: Marlreyin F' mocrats Club: Yogngchbi' 'lineering: Star and gum, I. Committee 12,35 hui' LI SIGMA EPSILON, Un. ortsman's Club: Wc,i,,,, 'LN AYENUE RESIDENCE, Iavy Pier Extension of the MICRON Pl: Alpha Zell Arnold Air Society 11.1, inologv: GRANADA CLUB ering: LOU-MAC LODGE tension of the University cation: LINCOLN AVENUE ada: Alpha Lambda Delia, Jrchestra l3,4l: University Sl: Honors Day ll,2,3I idministration: MCKINIEY Lay l3l: Graceland Collvqf in: EVANS HALL:.AlDl'1 y Choir I3,4l: Uftrvwtr ll: University of lll'fl0' vMAN HALL: Acfw'-'nf' s Day l2J: NAVY Pm' E" PPA SIGMA: Skull ing QI: Men's Glee Club ll 9 Republicans Club: KW' miancy Club: Honors Dai .W BIRCH HALL: A05- Illinois GAMMA DELTA: 'WSJ I . ommuttl Y :erIn9i Elgm C - PID ation: ALLEN ,Hmhrihefn Lonomics Club, Eta Sigma: Islgmiergiii -onvfs DFY liillllinoif Universift' 0 SIGMA of Architecture? U52- HO neeringi FLADG3 :Ali Pier ering Superxi Univgrsitt tension of HAROLD SAMUEL. .... s. CHICAGO: as. ' L. . - L pSU0ao'N,vy Pier Alumni Association: French CIUQ? Hfnifa PS3!E"'V5'9'v'd: Omega S.-, : of the University of Illinois ' l If New Pier E.-.. Jonu KENNETH ..... CHICAGO' BS in Finance 5,-,qt solo, pg, Houie President t3l: Militaiy aol: commmcx mi CON HEIGHTS, Alps, ,nm Chi Eta 13, 4l: Society of American Military 5,.,g:m:cu TPL. :Emi ROTC 13,41 y., Illini Insurance Society: Navy Pier Alumni Assoqianon :uma-.C.E.: Finactr: cn, :gh Ngvy Pier Extension of the University of ll! norz 4 ' A E":"'-C Cz,-f ms wma, .... .ct-IIcAGo: a.s. in L.A.S.:A 1Au sPsILoN PHI' sn: C: Interlratermty Council Ill, House President fill, pmxhmm week caan ,Scion :-,,,,. mm: lc l'1 G ,., M MARTIN ..... ASHLAND: B.S. in Ag' lt I A IOM, 'lon 41,415 Agricultural Education Club: Field ahxdUFLT:fov-1?Ll:3noi?pgf,R-KJglouvf Pres :ig 'om' MAURICE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Marketing: FLAGG HOUSE: fitaikctinfj Club, Wpcu Wm wuts . CHICAGO: a.A in LAS' FLAGG HOUSE u - I0 ' mill-lillel Foundation Student Councillll, 23: Young DcimogigisrsClut:i':lgl?'gou: Counqn ev, il GU23 X 9 p0VlI.EY,JUl::1LI-Inngltzg ..... CHICAGO: B.A, in L.A.S.: SIGMA KAPPA: Pit. ALDH, n,.,,,,A ,DONALD WILLIAM ..... HINSDALE: B.A. ' L.A.S.: I louux Illini Sportsman's Club In SIGMA PHI EPSHONI PS' Clit. mstistsru, RONALD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: ARMORY HOUSE. Gc,,,,,,,, C, b P torians: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois l U I me IIICKER LOIS LEE ..... MOUNT' VERNON: B.S. in Music Ed t' : Pl BETA PH: ty . l Board: Torch: Shi-At: Sigma Alpha Iota: Star Courseuliriahcargcr ll, 2, SI: Holusg-S Pcigfii dent l3, 41: University Choir ll,2,3l, President Ml QUCKMAN, DALE EUGENE ..... XENIA: B.S, in Agriculture: NABOR HOUSE: Alpha Zcm. Alpha Tau Alpha, President HJ: House President l3l: Agricultural Council I2 ,nf Agricultural Education Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Honors Day ll, 2: ' I IUOPP, HELEN ANN ..... GLEN ELLYN: B.A. in I..A.S.: ALPHA Xl DELTA: Illini Union Com. mittee 13, dl: University Theatre Crew I3,4l: Young Republicans Club: Knox Colle-qc IUPPERT, ALBERT LEO ..... URBANA: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: PHI KAPPA TAU: Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia: S.A.E.: St. Mary's ILISSELL, CHARLES BRADLEY ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Architecture: FLAGG HOUSE: AIA. IUSSELL, MARY JOANNA ..... CROWN POINT, INDIANA: B.S. in Journalism: SHERWOOD LODGE: The Daily Illini l3,4l IUTHERFORD, JANET FAYE .... . VIRDEN: B.S. in Home Economics: STRATFORD HOUSE: Alpha Chron: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Illini Union Committee l3,4l: University Theatre Crew III: Y.W.C.A. Committee CBJ: University Baptist Foundation Student Council l3I: All-Ag Field Day Committee III: Plowboy Prom Committee IQI: Home ECOf10m'fS Club: Young Republicans Club IUTTENBERG, GAIL ELAINE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: DELTA PHI EPSILON: Mnor Chairman Dance Illini Union Committee Ml: Illini Union Committee ll,2,3l: Mawr Chairman Career Conference ldl IVAN. KEITH FRANCIS ..... uTIcA: as. in Journalism: NEWMAN HALL: Alpha Della Sion:-tr Newman Foundation Student Council Ml: Marketing Club: I-BSBIIC-PQVUAOQIUSPY Junior College IVAN. MARYHELEN CECILIA ..... URBANA: B.S. in Recreation: KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA,- American Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chapter: DGPBUW Un'V9'5"Y ,noi JOHN HARTLY ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Civil Engineering: NEWMAN HALL: A.S.C.E.: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois SAGADINE, ROBERT LEE ..... WHEATON: B.S. in Accountancy: ACCOUHYGHCY Club Wifi. PATRICIA ANN ..... COVINGTON, INDIANA: B.S. in Elementary education, ZETA TAU ALPHA: Danville Junior College 505500. DAVID ANrHoNv ..... LocIcPoI2r- as in Mechanical Englneeflngf THEN CH' Engineering Council: St. Pat's Ball Committee: Ensign, NROTC l3,-il: Pershing RIMS ll,2l: A.F.S.: S.A.E. mmfbil. NANCY vIEItIc ..... LANSING: B.S. in Education: ALPHA CH' OMEGA' Un" VUSIYY of Wisconsin S . . AMS' HERSHEL ..... WEST SALEM: B.S. in Aeronautical EngIneerIf19 S . ,t c ANDERMAN, MARVIN ..... CHICAGO: as in Marketing: GARNER HOL1fS'C,fQ'ZfQf,. Council IQJ: Marketing Club: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Comme , dent l2l: Navy Pier Extension of the University' Of lll"'o'5 SANDE - PA LAMBDA: 'S' GEORGE PAUL ..... DOWNERS GROVE: Bachelor of Music, ALPHAdKPii gi. sweat: :Am Nlu Alpha-Sinfonia: Illini Union Committee itil! Concegfslean ' " a'Ch'n9 Band l2l: Oratorio Society l2.3,-il: l'l0f"0'5 Day l ' SI7 1 -5- i .- 13. ,"fi ff-v fi I gs JJ' 'CV I 42 ' .1 g h. is 'vo -if -C 1 : v fl ' Y t :ST L. ,- 4 if r K l , pn 36 "'J." Q C Q If . M ,Q-s S01 1-Q 'Si if -i i Tuff IQ? .Q I Q . t llfx I 1 ,P ' A K Il 'wt , Q PM 3 Q-np . -.A IIA ' 3 J N.. . ' D I , P 5 . TQ' N ., -2 a. 'I -:ay 13' 22 , .Yi I 8- -4-E 3 5 vii 11: Q .. .CMM , .. - 3 C 1, .4 wx-vw 'I i 9 1 Q, '-I. I I hr. SAPP BARBARA MAX ...4. PRINCETON: B.S. in Elementary Education: BUSEY HALL SARLAS SOPHIE HAZEL ..,.. CHICAGO: B.F.A. in Painting: BIRCH HALL: W.A.A. tlj IMBAK ,,.. . POONA, INDIA: B.S. in Mechanical E ' - Q SMHE' HEMQQLITTN- Y..-.'Lc.A. Committee IQI: Indian Student Club: A.F.Sri?lrse,itrLn?'UE95M0 . I ' wmv, ot Pcc-na K PEL ..... CHICAGO: B.A, in Accountancy: EORBES HALL: W'l . SAYYR' 'RA lege: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 'son Junior CDI. SAUERMAN, .IANICE GRACE ..... cntczxco: B.A. in L.A.s.: CHI OMEGA:W.A.A.t3i-1. mural Manager lib: Young RCPUbl'C5l'l5 Clllb " M' SAUERWEIN, ANItA MARIE , .... MARISSA: as in Education: Millikin university UERWEIN, HARRY JR. ..... BELLEVI-LLE: in Aeronautical Engineering: Ph' X . SA Siqma Tau: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Gamma Tau, Presiderit t:lip1AF2'1 Hdnoys Day ll, 2, ISI: University of Illinois Scholarship Key ' ' ' ' sAxE, ROGER LEE ...,. ALBION: as. in Agriculture: st-IAWNEE HOUSE: Mcxendrfe College scANLoN. ROBERT JEROME ..... LA SALLE: as in L.A.s.: Pl KAPPA ALPHA SCANZONI, MARILYN ANN ..... STAUNTON: B.S. in Elementary Education: ALPHA DELTA Pl, Illini Union Committee ll, 21 ' SCHAACK, CAROL VIRGINIA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Education: LINCOLN AVI- NUE RESIDENCE: Lutheran Foundation Student Council l3,-Sl: North Park Collggg SCHAFER, PAUL OAKLAND ..... MALTA: B.S. in Agriculture: PARK LANE LODGE: Haus. l President lfil: Northern Illinois State University I SCHEIBLE, ROBERT EDWARD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Sanitary Engineering: FOUR COLUMNS, Illini Union Committee lI,2I: Newman Foundation Student Council l2l: Freshmm Week Committee lI,2l: A.S.C.E.: Mu-San: Illinois Institute ot Technology SCHELLER, BOBBY RAY ..... MT. OLIVE: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: MEDEA LODGE: FI Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E. V l SCHEMMEL, BARBARA REUTER ..... OAK PARK: B.A. in the Teaching ot Social Studiel: ALLEN HALL: Illini Union Committee l3l: University Choir l3J: Womcn's Glee Club llli, il Young Republicans Club: Western Reserve University 1 It SCHERTLER, JOSEPH WALTER ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: Navy Pier Extension ot th! University of Illinois SCHERTLER, PAUL HUBERT ..,.. CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: Varsity Wrestling Squad l2lI A-C-Si German Club: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois SCHERTZ, JAMES PAUL ..... LOWPOINT: B.S. in Agriculture: Mcn's Glec Club l3,4l: 09555 College I SCHILLER. VICTOR 'HUGO ..... CHICAGO: 8.5. in Accountancy: Accountancy Club: NNY 75" Extension of the University of Illinois: Northwestern University SCHIMMEL, JUDY R ...... GALESBURG: B.S. in Journalism: ALPHA EPSILON PHI: lllinl UNIV' 1 Committee l3l: University of Colorado 5 SCNLUETER, SYLVIA JO ..... REYNOLDS: B.S. in L,A.S.: BUSEY HALL ScHMAEoIcx, aEvERLY ANN ..... cntcixco: as. in Manning, Mc RINLEY Hllrlt 00" I Shit' l3.: Accountancy Club: Home Economics Club: Marketing Club! wugh' 'll' o one t I sctmtrt, cuoi JEAN . . . , . RtvER FOREST: as an Elementary Education: ALPHA : The lllio lI,2l: Illini Union Committee ll.2I: University Theatre Crew ll. 1 Homd 'Ali V"'A1A- ll.?,3,4l: Gamma Delta: Young Republicans Club I scnmtz. RONAED PETER ..... cnicxtco, as. in Acmnauiacai Engtnwino: c0MGf""'L' i SCHNEIDER. gon: MATTHEW ..... COULTERVILLE: as. in Electrical Ert9l""'l"971N W " "'E-E"'-R451 SYNION: Southern Illinois University SCHNEIDER. INOHLASD EDWARD ..... LAGRANGE PARK: as. in Mananemvnlf "W C' ig imi"':': OU No' 7071 SOCICIY IO' the Advancement ot Mana9U"'f"' 2 SCHNEIR. Mlg:AgL LEWIS ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Plc-Mcditiney PHI Evsttotl N' I I i -uma: Omega Beta Pi: Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad SCHNELL' SCHNITZE SCHNOBR SCHOENF SCHOTTI SQHRADE gcmzoo' scriuast scnustt scnuttz scrtuttz scitutt. SCHUM SCHUSI SCHWA SCHWI SCHWJ SCHWA SCNWI SCIAR SCOO 5COTl SCOT' SECMI SEED! SEGA SEIIM li BUSEY HALL ALL: l En ' ' , I.E.s.?"QeX'g'Qi Ucosnn. . . -I t'tii,,,'m, W.A,A. Ui All-2 Wilson J Univ' Col, IEGA: W 'AA' l3l: Inu, I University Deering: Phi K au, President liilipiigl' SE: McKendree C II . ALPHA 0 eqe cation: ALPHA DELTA Pl, ducation: LINCOLN AVE. T: North Park College K LANE LODGE: House eering: FOUR COLUMNS: nt Council l2l: Freshman of Technology zring: MEDEA LODGE: pl of Social Studies: ALLEN lOmen's Glee Club illii y Pier Extension of the 'estling Squad l2l: A-C-5? inois Olee Club I3,4l: Gow u mesa EARL .... FRANKIIN oizovsn es I A, 5095 ' Ueut.. Annfnotc ia, -ii, Hoof and Hain C'.,i, 'n 'J 'f'1"v":. moms moss, f -L- vio HAROLD ..,.. CHICAGO: B.A, f. , , gf fammn' IDELTA: Star and Scroll: l.A.S. m xuomuiml E"l"l'f""'l'1. Vftl tif' MARY ELIZABETH ..... CHICAGO: B.S. ' , , , f0WolllCHbcmoc,5ts Club: Navy Pier Extension of the UriT,,,i?,:Cdc:,0Tf,mit?"ll H"l-l, r, ,J Iss, wILMA Rum ..... GREENVIEW: as - H - , , F y , r KWOENEWE HALL: Illinois State Normal University In Omo Economf' Ed'--"'L"I. FHEJEH mon, EDMUND ADCOCK ..... CAMERON: B,S. in Electrical Enginn,,,,,,,j I samuel' MARY LOUISE .... I ..CHlCAGO: in Home Economics: SIGMA Upsilon Omicron, Illini Union Committee fl,2J: S'N.I.B. U All Olchm Pri. Economics Club ' ' "" I' Him' manor, MERLE toserm ..... SULLIVAN: Iss. in Cneniisiiy, wniignm, O,, House President l4l mlm BU!" il" ar RICHARD GEORGE ..... CHICAGO: as 'n Eiii' I E - .I , mlm ' llligreek 131: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.: Wilson Junior Ciiiiegcic rm ng"m"""' PH' MPPA- tl, PETER FRANK ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Music Educat' : PHI KAPPA 1 . , H some Lambda: University Choir i3,4l: Meng Glee Clubmirgl, 41: Oratorio Qciiipfil Tamil' Spring Musicals l3, 41: Honors Day l2, 37: William 8. Mary Colleqn ' 1' 'N' KNULTI, LOUISE M ...... ESSEX: B.E.A. in Advertising Design: SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA: . - ma Alpha Chi: Society of Illustrators 13, Al: House President l2J: Honors Day mislm scnunz, SUZANNE BERGERON ..... MANTENO, as in Home Economics Eaimiaon, viii um.. Ion Omicron: Honors Day ill SCHULTZ, WALTER JOSEPH ..... WORTH: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E,: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202: University of Alaska ALAN MERRILL ..... SKOKIE: B.S. in L.A.S.: Pl LAMBDA PHI: Illini Union Corn- mittee l3l: l.U.S.A. Barbershoppers l3J: Alumni Association Board l2l: Social Work Club SANDY .IEANNE ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: Navy Pier Alumni Association: Roosevelt University: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois FRANK GEORGE ..... SPRINGFIELD: B.S. in Physical Education: MaAWan-Da: Trihf- of lllini l2, 3, 41: Varsity Baseball Squad l2,3, dl, Letter l2, 3, Al: Freshman Varsity Squad HERBERT MILTON ..... BLUE ISLAND: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.I.E.E.- l.R.E.: Navy Pier Extension Of the University of Illinois SPENCER WILLIAM ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Commerce: TAU EPSILON Pl-ll: Nn-fy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois SCHWARZLOSE, RICHARD ALLEN ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Journalism: ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA: Sigma Delta Chi SCNWEBKE, WILLIAM EARNEsr CLARENCE. .,.. CHICAGO: B.S. in Managllfllcnlf GARNER oumancy Club: Navy Pig, HALL: Alpha Phi Omega, President MJ: Society for the Advancement ol Managerncrtt :rsity SCIARINI, BEATRICE ANN ..... MARSEILLES: B.S. in Education: ALLEN HAH: l:'5dl"f'PU'U' SILON PH, mini Union Oglesby Junior College EP 7 V SCPUFAKES. MARIA JANE ..... PEORIA: B.S. in Journalism: BIRCH HMM Show' BOW" Torch: The Daily Illini il,2, 31 LL A Campkd ic KINLEY HALL' si etin9 Club: W"'9hl Jun' HA DEW' Pl ron: ALP . w.A.A- Tliieiatre Crew lil' licans Club All H : ineeringi COLLEGE . gen ,ai Engineering? Tau - - canielf anagemenf, Illini lagemenf . 'pm A , pi-II EPSILON Pl' :ad icon' GEORGE RUSSELL.. ..CHlCAGO: s.A. in ine Teachin9 of Som' Swdlfsf l""'f'h' Junior College SCOTT, NANCY ...,- NQRMALI B,A, in the Teaching Of English: PRESBY HALL: Grinnell College SECHREST, HENRY ARTHUR JR- '... .BRIDGEPQRTI B.S. in Agriculture:-iUniversi1-,I Theatre Crew i2l: S.N.l.B. ia, 49: WILL 441: Plowboy Prom COm'f""ee I3' l SE , . ' ' I Tl-e fc ED' BARBARA ..... ROBINSON: B.S. in Business Education? DELTA Umversmi A I Cas' l2.3l: University Theatre Crew l2J: BU5"'e55 Educahon U S I . , I-O51 Pl: mu' 'PH MAN ..... WOODMERE, NEW YORK: B-5- "' Ma'ke"ni'i' iiLPiirQeLEPELinl1i'fw Alpha Delta Sigma: Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad: FV95 me l3I: Marketing Club: University of Toledo I I S . 5 tra siaow, CHARLES- FRED ..... TUSCOLA: as in riaiiciiinne, s.N.L'a.12163.gILbAogQ5cn! Etotiilql l3,4l: Ensign, NROTC l3,4J: New COUHUI Ulf O" U SI9 'I B IM I ' . I Q ll . I I ,P 5157" , "S ii I 'L I, . '- If , Sv 73 - I ix. l ii ' fi it ,IQ it li I ' li ITE , C, III it l S I' l I , X I -O K' X. .1 I., L l 1 i I I I Q 1 I I if 'f 2 I . 5 , 'T fi V15 9 -5, I T...,1 132, E E .,... BELVIDERE: B.S. in Recreation: PRESBY HALL: SELLERS' AI'w,:,FDCx,22,lI1 QI, American Recreational Society U. of I. Student ChaILi:I'A6 Board E.dLrcation Maiors Club i hyslnl MAY ..... CHICAGO, as in Educafion: SHERWOOD Loo . SEMERDJ'AN'Cb?tliHiQe l3l: Thornton Junior College GE' Y'w'c'A4 SENNELLO, LAWRENCE THOMAS ..... NEW YORK. NEW yORK,. B.s. in the 1 hi - I, tHEtA KAPPA PHI: Star and Scroll: Illini Union Com ,, "S 'iq et g:flmCgMi-mittee: Capt., Air Rorce ROTC I3,-il: French Club mime ISI' M'I"5'I SERVIN JORGE EDUARDO , . , . CHICAGO: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering sHArEER, JOHN EUGENE , . . , ELMWOOD PARK: as in L.A.S.: CALHOUN HALL: M,,,,,,n9 Club 7 . SHANKLIN, ROGER WALTER ..... TOLUCA: B-5- in Agriculture: SHAWNEE: House Presidential ,N 1 A sHAPIRo ERANCINE CAROL, .... LINCOLNWOOD: Is.A. in education, ALLEN HALL. H,- Q 2 I Union Committee I2, 31: Student National Education Association: WPGU rg, ' 'I' si-IAPIRO, MARCIA RitA ..... CHICAGO: a.s. in L'.A.S.: DELTA PHI EPSILON: The Daily ima. Ill: Illini Union Committee ll, 2I: UYIIVCVSIYY CIWOYUS l3l: Rifle and Pistol Club: Huw: Q Ti.. 4 DRY IYI ' E' ARP JAMES FRANKLIN ..... CHESTER: s.s. in Inciusirisi Engineering: mem Xi. -, L-T SH i Union Committee I3,4l: Student Senate I3,4Ii CBD'-, Air Force ROTC 1141: 'Nami . Air Society 13, -Il: Scabbard and Blade l3,4l: Southern Illinois University SHEA, JOHN BERNARD ...,. CHICAGO: B.S. in General Engineering: NEWMAN HALL: Capt, Air Force ROTC I3, dl: Arnold Air Society l3,4j: Marketing Club ' , I sHELtoN, MARY sue .,... OBLONG, ss. in L.A.s., ausev HALL: Freshman Council: tcmpri, 'Q g Il, 2, 31: Sno-Ball Committee ill: Young Democrats Club ,an , . SHERIDAN, PETER JAMES ..... BELLWOOD: B.S. in Management: Society for the Advancanmir "", of Management: Honors Day QI: Loyola University SHERMAN, GERALD ..... CHICAGO: 8.5. in L.A.S.: PHI EPSILON Pl: Star and Scroll: Illini Union Committee Ill: Junior lnterfraternity Council ill: lnterfraternity Ball Committaa l2, 3l: Honors Day 12, 3D SHERMAN, RICHARD JAMES ..... ROUND LAKE: 8.5. in Marketing: NOBLE HALL: Alpha KIND Psi: House President Ill: Marketing Club SHERMAN, SANDRA SUE ..... KINGSTON: B.S. in L.A.S.: DELTA GAMMA . A SHIPKA, RONALD BRUCE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Management: SIGMA Pl: Skull and Crnctrtti I, CMHDUS CMS' ill: Maior l 13. lil: Tribe of Illini IS. dl: Varsity Fencing Squad l2.J.4l. , nv' I-Otter I3. 10: Captain, Army ROTC l3,4l: Scabbard and Blade i3,'4l: Marketing Club A SHIPMAN, JUDITH ANN .I .... MUNDELEIN: B.S. in Home Economics: EVANS HALL: SPN 5- I Musical: Oberlin College 'S ., SHIVELY, JAMES WILLIAM .,... PEORIA: B.S. ln Engineering: PHI GAMMA DELTA: P51559 SOCHJVY: Honors Day i2l: Wabash College 'x sNLENs, DIANE sci-IwARtz ..... CHICAGO: as in EI-sincniary Education: LINCOLN AYEWF RESIDENCE: Karma Delta Pi: Spanish Club: Student National Education Auottlwtti H0"'0'5 DRY Il. 2l: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois vii' T SHOCK. ELEAQNOR .b. .QlKANKAKEE: as. in Accountancy: BETA HOUSE: Tcrunin lli7'1'l' L. onors ay I P sHuMAN, PAUL EDWARD ..... SULLIVAN: a.s. in Agiicuiiurc, FARM House, S.N.l.B. I2 It: 'I gels D-tv Committcc l3J: Plowboy Prom Committee IYI: A9"WI""'l ff' N ' mi S u is , SHURE. MYRNA aern .u .... CHICAGO: a.A. in L.A.s., SIGMA DELTA TAU: tm Duilv lm" l3I: University Theatre Board Cdl: University oi Colorado 1 ' ,A h Q , SHURTZ, MARY ANN ..... CHAMPAIGN, a.s. in Elementary Education: KAPPA , ". i 3 GAMMA? 5l10ft0' Board: Illini Union Committee Ll,2l: University Thaatra CNY I .,' , .J ll'-oft-ek I2,3l, Editor L33 A 'ij sioou, JOSEPH RIcH,ARo. ...., CHICAGO: a.s. in Ciuii Engineering: GRANADA ciubijivz I' U25 Ch" Ei?-ISF: A.s.C.E., l.T.E,: Honors Day II,2l: Navy Pier Extarmw I Ivcrsi y 0 inois 5. SIEIERT MARY ELISE QKEM KAPPA Gull OHM Bond Th OS MICHIGAN BA In LAS KAPPA wg ew 5'9ma Phi thc D I llln I2 :II Editor in I C2 on tcomm Ne' I2 3l YWC A Commilt:-e IRI' PanhellenIcW W mm 'M l2 3 'il Honors DDY i3l Carleton College mont noaetn FREDERICK PANA as .n LAS tAu KAPPA EPSIIONI SU' 'I K 'I' C""'9U' Ch Sl III House President Ml Illini Sportsman! llsltfl EAIINEst TENNESSEE as in Agriculture ILLI DELL YffLCc-gs' Q 3' 4, F dl Plowboy Prom Committee Il 2 3l 5"'9'B' ield and Furrow SIEPEL WI SILVEI siMAt SIMAI sIMOl SIMPS SIMS. SINCl SISK. SKARS SKLEN SKOLI SKUBI SLANI SLIDEI SLUTSI SMITI- SMITI- SMITF Y HALL, udent Chalgifbheoard ' 'HMI ooo LODGE, :W .CA IS. in the -:cum Committee lgl, Nmusl I :ering -IOUN HALL: M 0YLl:lLrI,, IEE: House Pragiden, :4 n: ALLEN HA . ni WPGU m Ll, Illini SILON: Th D ' and Pistol lCluL?:IlI,-32,21 'ingf THEM XI: Illicit 'Fe RQTC ,lf-l,4lJ Arnold IS University NEWNIAN HALL: CLD. :lub ' shman Council: Terrapm ty for the Advancemc-nl N: Star and Scroll: Illini 'raternity Ball Committee IBLE HALL: Alpha Kappa IMA L Pl: Skull and Crescent: I Fencing Squad.l2.3 JI: e l3,'4l: Marketing Club , EVANS HALL: spring SAMMA DELTA: Physio Irion: LINCOLN AYENUF Il Education Association, Illinois ISE: Tcffapin Il' 2 1 4" HOUSE: s.N.L.a. I2 3'f lc- l2l: Agricultural ERR' A TAU: The Dailv "W PA KAPPA tion: KAP ll: lei-isity Theatre Cmw l ' GRANADA Cluajlglili : Pier ExtensI0f' Mlilfli IAPPA KP-P.Pf gf IIIHI Ed."tWlgCsh'eC00fdifiamn BHIC' ' ' ' I PA EPSH-ON: Skull am tsman'S Club Com. ,Ll-DEEL: L-ll'l'Q,fhnIaiLef ,Sli 'IO' PAULA LEE ..... CHICAGO: 8.5, ' M , I I . aww: 'Oni University Chorus U, 2' an Ohgloriov ggcidscaaiorxl EVANS HALL. 5 un-s I-'LJ a ,meager LQRRAINE .... . CHICAGO: BA. ' H , jlllxc HALL: Phi Alpha Theta: Young Democrats ClluB:eAlgZi"Il"aG gf Social Sud ,L 3:99, Honors Day Il,2,3l: University ol Illinois Scholarshi Igmfh Dem' p":d"" 3 of the University of Illinois D 'V' New Pie' EI-.fc , MILTON EUGENE . . . WESTERN SPRINGS: , , : QIANTEII. EPSHON: Home Presldem wi Mum' Ai, For .BS H Nlanaocmcm, 5LG.'.'A Aim.:- CL ROTC lJ,.Ll N KARL ANDREAS . . NABBURG GERMANY- BA in LAS sw I A , G . I , b. J ' ' B E' . ' ' , ' A -I YTIII cfs. Cfrzwrv U 2,3 l erman u , unior ar Assoc at , L I , f of. inlanhional Smdems: Honors Day ul 21' IOn ilt e United Nations: Ano-: .1 .sn I MARILYN KAY ..... WASHINGTON: B.S. El 5 - I , , """"' Nue RESIDENCE: W0m0""5 GIG: cub III: 'sf'.Uaf.iTc2I2i.2nff'UE3lf.G'ci"AfCli"."Vi ' 1 La Lon MAN WAYNE ..... D.ANVILLE: B.S. 'n A ' I .: A sms' 'E Field and Furrow: Junior Bar Association: DTTHSTIll:U'juni2?rL?oJIll'xc32I Emnomm Club' smcutn, IIARoLn RAYMOND JR ...... EASTON: a.s. in Agriculture, TOANCQ CLUB ,MARGARET ANN ..... CHANIPAIGN: B.S. in Music Ed L' , A p , nm Shorter Boarcl: Torch: ShI'Alj Alpha Lambda Delta: Miszllorcind BalulISl:'OS'lATil2aOlAI Fil' Iota: University Theatre Manager I3l: University Theatre C1331 ll 2'3l. Un, ups" Theatre ,CrmL6l,t?l:2 gin sCourse Manager lll: Univcfsgyy chop Ni. 'wgmcnfftdfez Cl b Il: , , I DVIDQ Musical tl,3l: H D '. , Illilnois Scholarship KeY ohms BY II, 2. 3l. University of QAISHAUG ROBERT EUGENE ..... WHEATON: e.s. in Aera I' I E I - A IHOUSE: l.A.S.: Iowa State College: Navy Pier Extensiorhakfuiccihc Sf?iI,TZf,2l:,gQ,fF3?,?f,i ILLENICKA, ALICE MARIE ..... BERWYN: as. in Ed L' : BIRCH HALL: I, 5 WPGU: Honors Day 11,33 UCB 'On Kappa Dc"" P" SKOINIK, aunt CHARLES .. .... CHICAGO: a.A. in L.A.s.: PHI EPSILON PI: Illini union Com. mittee l2l: Junior lnterfraternity Council ill: LAS Council I3l: Young Republicans Club SKUIISI, JOSEPH MICHAEL ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: NEWMAN HALL SIANE, KENNETH RAY ..... MONICA: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: TOWN HOUSE: A.S.M.E. SIIDER, GAREE AYTON . .... DECATUR: B.A. in L.A.S.: PHI GAMMA DELTA: Ma-Wan-Da: Star Course Manager ll, 2l: Men's Glee Club ll, 2, 3, Al SIUTSKY, ETTABELLE ..... CHICAGO: B.A. in L.A.S.: EMON KAI TEON: Alpha Lambda Delta: W.A.A. lI,2, Ill: House President l2l: Honors Day Ill SMITH, CLYDE ..... URBANA: B.S. in Marketing: Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad: Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202: Marketing Club SMITH, DEALTON JAMES ..... ITASCA: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: BARTON HALL: SIQIII-I Tau: Eta Kappa Nu: IM Rec Board Cdl: A.I.E.E.-l.R.E.: Honors Day I3l SMITH, DONALD BYRON ..... DOLTON: B.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics: Alpha Phi Omega: Thornton Junior College SMITH, DONALD EARL ..... GENESEO: B.S. in Education: Rifle Team, Yarsity Squad l2l, CHIP' tain I3l: Illini Christian Fellowship I2, 3, Al: Industrial Education Society: RIIIC 'Vid Pistol Club, President l3l: Honors Day ll,2l: Illinois Institute of TechnoIo9Y SMITH, DONALD LEO ..... PITTSFIELD: B.S. in Agricultural EngineerinQi 907 CI-UB: 5-'Q"I': Tau: Tau Beta Pi: House President l3l: Agricultural Council I2l: A.S.A.E., PreSIdcII ldl: Honors Day l2, 3, Al: University of Illinois Scholarship Key SMITH. GEORGE ARTHUR ..... ALToN: a.E.A. in Landscape Architecture:'PHI GAMMA Dfiljfi Board of Fraternity Affairs ldl: Interfraternity Executive Council I-2,'5I: JI-IIIIOY UI- ' fraternity Council Ill: IM Rec Board l5l: Interfraternity Ball Committee I3.-ll SMITH, GEORGE FRANKLIN EAST ALTON- as in Chemical Engineering: ALPHA SIGMA EH:i Illini Unioh'Committee lll: Engineering Council l2,4l: A-I-Cl"E'7 Un'Vem!Y of OOI'B O SMITH iJAMEs LAWRENCE III ..... KEWANEE: as in Marketing: GARMENIE QUSIQSZS OE,dU,j?5 IIOTI Club: Illini Sportsman's Club: Marketing Club: NGVY P'9' X'-'ns University of Illinois SMITH, JUDITH SUZANNE ..... URBANA' B.A. in L.A.S.: ALPHA CHI OMEGA: Torch: Illini Union Committee l2l: Y.W.C.A.,Committee l2li C0"'C9"l Bend ll'2'3' il . 43, -il: WITH. KAREN ELISABETH ..... CHICAGO: a.A. in L.A.S.: ALPHA CHI OMEGA, WPGU University of Colorado SMITH. MARI ANN .liii CHICAGO: B,S. in Elementary Education: DELTA iiggiallllgi Un-on Committee II,2l: Campus Chest lll: Student National EduC6I'0'l . . ,, ' GI ' smm' PHILIP - - - . . FITHIAN- in Business Administration: Ch' Gamma 'Ola' 'len S OL , B.S. Club lll: Accountancy Club: Honors Day l2, 3l SZI X D I J 'S' I' M a i"u 3 ls' Er .sg ii. I 'P' , 34" lit, " if L 't If .tv I gs I. I4 C YT' - 'P ',. L 6 an I' I -' c. .0 x V Q V T , L J .. P X ,i X Ya ' Q8 yn. 5 'gg fu- 1- 7 we 1 E , f I , .A-fc' - ali.. X qi! ,: :' 45' 2 , 'W ,- v--v Q 8 1i'9QQ V :. ,Lt at 41 Q Q ,-. if 5 inf 'MF' 4 tw, 1' if 2 Y' 'J 'I P1 sr. 4-fr ,Iii -. Q., fi 5, f 'HWS' 1 ' Al. .. I1-.I I ,. I In F, I 'f x 1.4825 ,ALMA 4.4 LAX, I 7 :fi ,jf xl' 91 'sl arf I as -Q., , . V z, -0 I ' 'T' .I 41 -. 1 - 0 9 K... X A 4 3' .1 I ,, 1 .I-I, ,I W3 Q 1 Lis J X Qs. .J l 'Nunn 'Q P 3 -- .gm ,X ' T 4' . I .J 4? Ize 1 ,II hr f 6 5' AC Smrrrr ROBERI BYRON ISCOIA P.-:M-lor cf f'+ffIfiY0C'vf0r ACACIA: Scarab. U' ' - .,I, C. ' 'WU- fifgrxz- QS, 2 ,'.'.fzIr.a1ic.xl E I' w' . . SW" WIFI? f"C-VRD. : sim' Wwmg' F0"b"' ""'Nf-I R if'i.L L-Zhi 5.5. rrw '-'-.xrLuYEr19' NOBLE HOUSE: Y, SNIIIN ROSS n divx. 1 .1 Ihvgrk,-mx.: CXIIJQ Hcncrg UAV U' 2' CCR- , . ,..N, M, - -ww, 1EpHEN SALPI' '.'i+SSACIjIU-SEIIS: 5.5. in CWI! Eng' ' , U SMHH SAMLIE.I:.?e Rafi 3 -1 2-.bk E.: HCIIPIS Daw- III Mummy' MAN SMHN SNVIA CAROLYN Q gg ATISIQN- ga gv .rw Arcoun .mqg PRESBY HAllx NNN' . ' I .,,, Y JOE ' 5.2.9, LIE, 5511 ru Adw:1Irsrnq Dqignf ALPHA YAU 1 f SMITH 'EDD A Q lr' .pu-vi. If D.ar2xIIlc .Iunror Collpgg Culgh' Inv, . I... SMITH VIRGINIA MAY , CLIN ILLIN, 6.5. In Holm- Economicsg KAPPA KAPPA GAUIUA ' jr ,. 1,5 .1 rvrkfh Coilcm- V , . CHICAGO, B S. rn JQurn.sIr5mg Omg-gg B913 Pj: sqm. Dau C.. ,.. 4 MLA- E. 'gurus Courrcrlg Prev Buqbgll Sqkud ilk NNT 'L 9.4 .,, , SNIIOVSKY, NORMAN . , ' I W' I i,,,., , ,I fl ,, U,-. ..g:g,1-, QI lllrmzs SNOW, EDWIN FAWCEIT ,,.... ' -ICFLINE. HS. rn l'.'rucImr1rCaI Enqrnqqrlrmgg OEUA UNI: W-.N 5,.,, gml, ,,.. 5-,,, ,,,,,j Sxroll, Flu Em Srqrrza, Mayor Chaerman SIIQQ-qvoq lumg Uma, C ,,.,,.:.,,,,. 3, limi. Unrcn Corrrrrxrrrgq II, Qlg Ir1IqrImIrgrmly Eu-g,,y.W. Cmmm ,L hmm. Frm L11-,nr 1.1, Illrrm 5 Tr-cImoQr.1pI1 LIL Plmlnru lj' AI: Somew of '.',1 N, Lf-.wr---I-ra 3 -2, A,S.r'.'r E.: Young Rcpulnl-cans Clubg Honou DW rig SNOWDEN, DAVID LYNN ...,. GREENVILLE: HA. in Ihu Ic.xcI1Ing of Sodgl Srvdwg: Swan, yg,,q4U,,3 L.iU.qr.Ln Anccrallorrg Young: Rr-publxcnns Clulag Greenville Colhgq ce LYNNE curmco- rm an LAS' BIRCH HAllg Alpha lambda Gm SNYDER, JOY , . . . , . . .Q . .. rm-,.-I-.r:, III.-.vm Cnr rj,-155 House Ifrusrdunr l3Ig Navy Prev Alumni Anongrry lIr.rwvr', L.u,' 'I,1'A3g Navy Pwr Exrunsron ol rm- Umvcrsrry oI Illinon SNYDER, RICHARD HANFORD ..... VILLA PARK: 8.5. in Nlcclmrricol Englrvcerrngg IRIANGIIM ,211 I L, VII. Om!-.ww Fr'-glmmrm Vnwrly Funcrnq Squndg Conccrl Bnnd HI: Fgqrbgli ppp, ..., p,,.,g ylvfvjivdg Fug! 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Day II, '2 Y'M'C'A- Cf f all Uni-agar, ISI Engineering, EMU: RESBY HALL: ,AMW it ALPHA TAU omg: KAPPA KAPPA GAMI.-f, eta Pi: S' D. ll Squadlslana cha Ol' li Nhvy P.,i ing: DELTA PHI: ww, -in Sites-quon IIIIHI UM, y Executive Council I4 ,4l: Society of Ameriisa Honors Day UI f Social Studies: Siudw Greenville College -I-it Alpha Lambda Delis: Pier Alumni Association of Illinois Engineering: TRIANGLE, Band ldl: Football Marcia ior, Army ROTC l3,4, Iation: ALPHA Xl DELTA er l3l: University Thr.-.wir Engineering: ARMORY S.M.E.: Honors Day lI,2I. Omega Beta Pi: Gernm Navy Pier Extension oi BETA SIGMA PSI: PV I3l: Oratorio Socic-IV I3 ellowship ISI: 5Pf"19lifId ILN AVENUE RESIDENCE r.A.A. I2J: Offhm -I PHA GAMMA RHO: We gfy I2I, All-Ag Field Dis Ir, Air Force ROTC 43"- nd Horn Club First Lieut., Afml' Rflf Ie Advancement Of "J' , TRIANGLE: Sion-A It-'f College SIGMA SIGMA 5'f"li.Q i Pier Extension 0 A Xl mics: ALPHA ,. SWEUJTZII CamDU5 CIM .. 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CHICAGO: B.S. in Ch 'I , ALLEN . X nut' MA Delia, Orchesis lI,2l: German Club: Lithuaniarimsiubyents Ctub-Htiitiii iiigrhai Landau., of the University of Illinois ' ' ' "mon EGGY ANNE ..... MC HENRY: B.S. ' L.A.S.: SIGMA A . . SIAMEI. P Commmce mi Honors Day m In SIGMA SIGMA, III.ri. uma QIANIIING. JOHN CHARLES . . . . . EARLHAM: B.A. in L.A.S. K, ROBERT JOHN ..... CHICAGO: B.F.A. in Ad I" D ' , EVA HAM! Freshman Week Committee Ml: Pershing Rifles Ising cslgn N5 SCHOLAR5' STARR, FRED RICHARD ..... MAGNOLIA: B.S. in L.A.S.: FLAGG HOUSE: Wa-Na-Sec: Phi Alpha Theta: M.l.A. Executtve Council: Student Senate I2 3l- Rifle Team Var 'I S d . . , - I 5 Y Cl 5 Freshman Varsity Track and Field Squad: University Religious Council, xvetilc-, Foundation Student CouncIl: Illini Christian Fellowship: Convocations Committee- French Club: Rifle and Pistol Club: Young Democrats Club: Honors Day tl, 3: I swtxsv, wILIIuR FREDERICK ..... PERU: B.S. in Journalism: BACHELOR ARMS: sagim Deir., Chi: House President I3, Al STARMANN, RICHARD DANIEL ..... JOLIET: B.S. in Business Administration: THETA CHI: Sigma Iota Epsilon: First Lieut., Army ROTC l3,dl: Phi Chi Eta IS,-tj: Accountancy Club: Marketing Club: Society for the Advancement of Management STARR, INA SUE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Elementary Education: LAUREL HOUSE: Shorter Board: Mask and Bauble: University Theatre Manager 13,-il: University Theatre Crew l2l: Student National Education Association: WPGU l3l: Drake University STATHAM, RICHARD BRUCKNER ..... CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI: B,S. in Engineering Physics: Pl KAPPA ALPHA: Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad: Capt., Army ROTC l3,4l: Ordnance Club Ml: Scabbard and Blade 13, dl STEARNS, JOHN WILLIAM . . . . .THOMSON: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Western State Teachers College STEEGE. JERRY WILLIAM .... . BLOOMINGTON: B.S. in Chemical Engineering: THETA Cl-ll: Illinois Wesleyan University SIEIDNER, NANCY LOU ..... URBANA: B.S. in Home Economics: KAPPA DELTA SIEIGER, ROGER WILBUR .... . DELAVAN: B.S. in Agriculture: ALPHA GAMMA RHO: All-A9 Field Day Committee II, 2, 3, Al: Plowboy Prom Committee Il,3,4I: l'lO0f and HPI- Club: Iowa State College WIN, DAVID JEROME ..... sIaLEY, Ds. in Agriculture: Agricultural Economics C'Ubf Wd and Furrow: Finance SIEIN. ELAINE ROBERTA Club: Hoof and Horn Club WESTCHESTER BS in S eech Correction- ALLEN HALL- AIDIM! . . . . . - : . . P -, . ' A, Lambda Delta: Zeta Phi Eta: Illini Union Committee Il, 2, 3li UP've'S"Y lhC"""3 Cm" ll,2,3l: Honors Day Il, 21 SIHNBERG. BERNARD DAN ..... CHICAGO: aachetai of Music: Tomahawk: Phlu'-Unifgfffjg Sinfonia: Concert Band iI,2, 3, AJ: Football Marching Band lIr2i3i'll- Orchestra l2, 3, dl: Praetorians: WPGU il,2, 3, 4li H0005 DBY l2'3I srsmep, V STEISKAL, JOSEPH RONALD . . . ICTOR IRA ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S,: PHI EPSILON Pl . . CHICAGO- B.S. in Agriculture: COLONIAL MANOR: All-D9 Field DHY Committee I3l: Agricultural Economics Club! Field and Fuirowl mlm 5portsman's Club sr EIWCN. ARTHUR THOMAS ANGLE: Sigma Tau:' Ball Committee ISI- . - ' ' - TR, MELROSE PARK- as in Indusiiisi Eng-nee'-'ge' P yls . : . . l I r. . , -dem CAI: I, a Phi Eta SI9ma: Engineering C0U'1C'I l3l- Plas' - . I-t Maior, Air Force ROTC l3i4Ii Aff-Old A" Somew wi' Onan Dev II, 27 ' ST r ' : mm- 'CHN FDWARD ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: FLAGG HOUSE llQ,QQeUQfLf,Tf,'UQf mens Glee Club rgji WGpU: Honorg Day ill: Navy Pier Extension o ll'lOIS SYEP . I-.A DEM: AN, NANCY CLAIRE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Home Economics: 2ALlLllAqeGQOIngmicS Club The Daily Illini t3,4t, Y.W.C.A. Committee Ill: Teffapm ll' 7- S23 1 .C Q - Q is 1. 9 4 ' " E' ev J- l -I ml 1 Q A 1' " 1 'ii' I ', 2 s .nl " Q 0 K g . 5 L 'V g-'J I A , " -2 4' Vs A 21 Q! in .......-els 2 ' I W f', J.. 1l u I I . 'QS' 0- fum., J Q- .. 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PEQRIAg B.5. in Markciingg LUNDGREN HAllg Nyh-,.,i STRODE, SllAS EUGENE .,,,. VEORIA, B.S. in h'lccImnical Engmccllngp SIGMA PHI M175 Jifn cv Inwrlmzc-fn.1-,f Council 4235 Houss President l3Ig A.F.S.g A.S.M.E.g S.Af,, Hn. 4 I WI W,-ii' .L g Honora Da SIROHL, JOHN HENRY ..... CHICAGO: 8.5. in L,A.S.g PARK lANE lODGEg Gvff'-M Cm l,.y,,i P..-1 I-fgwgion QI Ulu- Univcrsily of Illinois STROHM, JERRY lEE ..... V-'EST UNIONg 8.5. in Aqricullulcg Freshnmn Vuxiiy Incl Sqpt I'v'd .md Furrowg Hoof and Hcirn Clubg Illini Sportsmarfs Club STRUGIElSKI, RONALD THADDEUS ..... EVANSTONg B.S. in Civil fngvncclmgg CANPJS iL?IIGHTSg Hcuavf PrQ:idun1 l3,1lg A.S.C.E.g Navy Pwr Eng-muon ol lhq Unfqqp, 01 Illmoin STUDEBAKER, ROBERT KEITH ,.... ZION. U,S, in Aqrzculmreg Illini Cnmpul AmvQ'I Pov ,K 2025 Soclmy for vhf- SIUENKEL, MARION lIllIAN . , Advnnccmimv ol Nlfmagumcnrg Lake Fon.-sv Collcoe . . . HINSDAIIH BS. in Home Economics: AIPNA Xl DIIIA VM Up:-lon Omcrong Univermy Iliqmn: Crew l2Ig Y,W,C,A, Commi1Inllf.'U- lvllv-nic ilall Column STURHAHN, DAVID PAUI. . . Cn nf,- Coll.-qv Hur- Ill: Home Economics Club: lyonx Township Jumd CUNY ouir-lcv, as. an f.l.,.manf,, NEWMAN Mau. mmm-o 0-4 SIURIES, NANC,Y ADflE . . , CH!-MPAIGNg 8.A. in the Tqnching of Spanillwtznl IM: "'l'I"'M TIN' Ill-0 'l,, Cnmnin Choa! lllg W.A.A. lllg Spanixh Club: M'll'5"' u"""" SIURM. RAYMOND DANIEL . SIUSRUD, ROBERT WALIERS. 'vi' il and fn--ff-nk I-"Iliff Ill! .L SUAIII IOQEMAIY ANNE ii I. I. I, P 'mnrwi 'i-1., Fr' fvrragflv- . PAIATINL BS. in Accounfnncy . Qocnrono, us. in M.--,.ilmf,:f.1 zngafwwiwa: IIN 5' V-W 5-'-' IYVVUVVI Squad U75 ffcxhmam Vnuilv 5"""'T"'9 kd hi I f, fr cmcfmo. fu., .n l,A.S.: EVANS HMI: S-QW W" il- Club. Pi'-1 Cheerleader: Honors DAY Ill: OWN' umwm' 'VI YI" Univ:-fairy ol Illinois WONING. 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LAUREL ir J: 4 NANCY ELIZABETH ..... PEORIA: B.S. in Ho . gc , nn , , flAlnr Mon., 505151: Torch: Ornicron Nu: Alpha Ltirrililcl-.s D'if:rrip2i,AA UALPNA ffjtit r i,r5, A union Board lfl, 41: Maior Chairman Social Forums' Illini ,Uf,l:'Mzll.JllA" ' l ' Illini Union Council l3,4l: Illini Union Committee il 2 3, giodCett::n.ivee 2.3 Cqmmitee on Student Affairs l-1:1 C0O,d,,,,,,,On Conf' Y' -- 34'-'P-L' A-"ve 3 4 I 5-MLB, Ill: Home Economics Council ll,2, 33, HO,,wl2Lfl:i'g4Ym1'l?r xliifff.-ei .V Ulgl 31: University ol Illinois Scholarship Kar, " .-vu. ttzi-1,-L La, I ULN CLARENCE ..... CHL-CAGO: as. . tag: C .. Q QIAIISON. :youu President ldl: Capt., Air Force ROTC rig' dy: Amore: Saint.: C..-if T il y ' s1lI50N'Jx:52nMdlLlllllN ' ' ' ' BYRON' 55' "' AQ'-Culture: PI rc,-irivfi ALHHAA Law' :gpm PAUL ..... LEMONT: as in eiartrf i E - ,, ,. , , QANSON, owning Council mi A.,.E.E.'LR.E.: Gamma 'Dim n9tnLLfin,t. rtE.rr.L:.ti HALL. L KARLA JANE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. 'n L.A.S.: FEHNER Swnuou' of the University of Illinois: Pier Band ll, 2: HOUSE' lla" PTI' E'l"'I RGE WESLEY ..... URBANA: B.S. 'n A ' lt I E ' .' . ,, mln' GEoM,.Wan-Da: Sachem: Alpha Phi Or1iega:grflll:skUr?snd nglsrliclslzilglslalijiitktlafl Cjgilflqiii-Q Players: University .Theatre Manager l2,3,4l: University Theatre C,c.,., Ut. OMSOLIQ Society ll,2,3l: University Theatre Board Ml: A.S.A.E.: Young Rr,pUblgC,,n,,CiU:, IKLE, NANCY JANE ..... KANKAKEE: B.S. in Physical Educat'o : DELTA ZETA: . '. I N 3, lbffli I:logiebPrestdent IAQ: Terraptn l3l: Physical Elluncation Maiors Clbbgnagukld Qpu ican STKOIA, LYLF3 EDWARD ..... EVERGREEN PARK: B.S. in D.S.S.W.V.: ZETA PSI: Student Senna STLVESTER, ALMA LOUISE . .. . . . CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in L.A.S.: German Club: Honors Day Ill: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois QIYMANSKI, FREDERICK JOSEPH ..... SOUTH RIVER, NEW JERSEY: B.S. in Chemical Engineer ing: Capt., Army ROTC Ml: Ordnance Club I3, Al: A,l.Ch.E.: Rutger's University SITSIKOWSKA, JOANNA CHRISTINE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.: LINCOLN AVENUE RESL DENCE: German Club: Navy Pier Extension of the University ol Illinois IANOUS, EDWARD JOSEPH ..... VILLA GROVE: B.S. in Management: GARNER HOUSE: Alpha Kappa Psi: Society for the Advancement of Management IANTILLO, ANTHONY JAMES ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Architecture: CONTINENTAL HOUSE: Scarab: A.l.A.: Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois IAPP, CHARLES CARROLL ..... ALTON: B.S. in Recreation: American Recreational Society U. ol I. Student Chapter: Western Illinois State College: Shurtleff College TARADASH, CAROLE ANN ..... HIGHLAND PARK: B.S. in Elementary Education: ALPHA EP- I SILON PHI: Student Senate l3l: Floriculture Club: University of Miami Inn. RICHARD ALLEN ..... AURORA: Bachelor of Architecture: ALPHA RHO CI-ll: SIM Md Scroll: Scarab: Illini Union Committee l5l: A.l.A.: Illinois Sportsman's Club IATIOR, JUDITH ANNE ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Education: BUSEY HALL: McKinley Foundation Student Council Ml: Illini Christian Fellowship l2l: Student National Education As- sociation: Blackburn College IAYLOR, LARRY KENT ..... MATTOON: B.S. in Marketing: Alpha Kappa Psi: MGVIHCIIHQ Club TAYLOR. ROGER KAY ..... PARK FOREST: B.B. in l..A.S.: ALPHAASIGMA PHI: Ma-Wan5D3: Safllemi Skull and Crescent: Tribe of Illini l2,3,4li VaV5"Y Baskelball Squad I" ' 4lr Captain MJ, Letter l2, 3, Al: Freshman Varsity Basketball SQUGCI IUIGUE. DONALD DEANE ..... VIENNA: as art Aeronautical Engineering: CALHOUN Hola M.t.A. Executive caurtcat L2, ai: House President l3l: Campus Chef! AIIOCMOUQ if ACIVISOVY BOBFCI l3l: Capt., Air Force ROTC C3, 4l: I-A-5-: Rlfle and pmol Clubf OU"'l Democrats Club IWUEN, VIRGLNLA v ...... ctzers- B.A. in L.A.s.- Pl KAPPA SIGMA: The 'NIO Ill? "'L"' Union 'Committee l2l: University Theatre Crew ll, 27: SDBHISIT Club? Sfudcn' Ndlloml 'EEG Education Association: Young Republicans Club ' A H mr WEN, SUSAN MARGERY ..... GLENCOE: as in Jaurrrsiasrrt: DELTA GA'-If-I Ipyrlom Board: Torch: Shi-Ai: Alpha Lambda Delta: Gamma Alpha CIW TIIEIJ S'gT': Y !,5O,,dt Dailv Illini ll, 2, 3li Illini Union Board, President I-il: Malo' Cllalrmant. lllllenrll Ulninn , Program Illini Union Committee l3l: Illini Union Council l3l, President I-In '. ', , ffmmitfee II, 21: Home Economics Council l3, -il: Mafkellng Clubf Assoclallon O 2 Y nernational Students l3,Al: Honors Day ill ' I H y g I WIEIUN. MARK MILLER .itz ....., MARIETTA, OHIO: as. in Electrical enQinTfhefLTgfOGfR55?i if Ma,'WaI"'D5i Sigma Tau: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: EIB Kipp? 'gui 'e ,Q 3" iii... L EEUU' l4l: House President LAB: University Chorus l2l2 Of5'0"O one V V' '., L . ..: Sc .2- t Kmlev Foundation Student Council L2, 3, At: Second Lteut., Army ROTC Ll J g bard and Blade 43, Al: A.l.E.E.-l.R.E.: Honors Day ll, 39 IEP P . - . .r-ig ER, EDWARD PAUL ,...- CHAMPAIGNI B.S. in Commerce and Law: Phi Etta Skgnrja, Ju Ear Association: Honors Day ll, 2, 37: University of Illinois Scho ars D - IERRY - is ""9' 1 'WIIIIAM FLOYD JR ...... OAK PARK: B.S. in rMsrtaee"Ie"" -IHEL4 EZIQQQJQQTQ I3 L I m f'ale"mIY Council lil: lnterfraternity Ball Comrnlfiee l3lf Malo" 'I EIN, L - ' - GE H'LL: KYAVIJ WN- - - . . RANGOON, BURMA: as in Ensmeefmg PIWM' COME A ntversity of Rangoon 525 I 1-I 1'- ta. QA., G' I- 0 V x 'ITD A x A. At QA 1 A 3 Q-.. I 4- gy t '3 4 "T 45" ,X Q? lx H 1 -.ir 'tl K ,nan A, 'H Q ' 5 ... .F 5 rt M l 1 i 5 ..,, I I1 ', T, 1' V A-Q K nv. 3 x 1- I In .:. 3 . i .u , Il , ' I - .i. 'L -o I 1 i i I . .v '94 Q 4 - .lf ,H . , ni- Q I f , . 6 . 4 , ' .N -' 1 A. L 'L l 1 V an r ' 3. I-. ., . MQ. 5 1 nr, 1 . fx X 0 H I Ut ,f-f. ' N I .A i4" ' l f: I 40 rw Tlx ff 442. if Q Ax. ,ri ' J I i H' L A 'I IFC' .5 , N 2 , I A l I D E l-it t-, fa C. 2 K - to s Q4 Y 'N Q. f -S- ff .- I mist BERNARD rossvn . . W r-U-. THOMAS, CHARLES Fri-"th THOMAS, STEPHEN '.'..v--T THOMAS, WILLIAM HMCYI1 .ers 'r A . . . ELGINJ BS. in Marketlngg BARTON HOUSE. lu- . . 4 ...carpeting Club ml Umm Roserzr , . . Peicim, as .ii L.A.S.g lLLllcNlGl-tts, Y,MAC.A Clcb: Sc:.clC9v ClUl7' A COUNTY. PAUL . . EAST PsoRlA- BA in LAS- ALPHA KAPPA L qC..A,,ri,,LLi5 'Src-arent Senatcll'2. 3, -Sl: Committee on Stodent A?T,:??ilUa l i FRANCIS ..... CHICAGOp as in Acfooiiiancy: PHI KAPPA. J . 4, Cmmil ,35 Accoenrancv Cluby A.S,M.E.: Navy Pier Extension urn lm 0 al Ill.no1s 'll' W- YHOMPSEN DENNIS RUSSELL . . . . CHlCAGOg Bachelor ol Atcltitectute: A.l.A.- N A c -..-5 -ii Ol 1I-- UnrLers'ty of ois ' ,sen r c ,, . Illrn "W 'U N. MARI JO . , . , . CHICAGOQ B.A. in L.A.S.: W.G.S. Executive Co 'l l. THOMPSE yrcyrgy Nacy Pier Extension ol the University of Illinois unc. ll" PM 'W MPSON, BERNARD GEORGE ..... DES PLAINES: B.S. in Electrical En ' . .ml IMO LQDGE5 House President l-Slg A.I.E.E,-I.R.E.g Navy Pier Extension Q?lpnl"J:qL'nRfs Ill r os 4 ltr THOMPSON, CYNTHIA DIANE ..... ROBINSONg B.A. in l,A.S.: EVANS HALT: Phi Kapg. ge Mug ,md gwblef Psi Chi, University Theatre Manager l3, .llg Orqhui, Qt. Hanging 25 Eastern Illinois Unixcrsity THOMPSON FLORENCE AINO ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in L.A.S.g LINCOLN AVENUE RESINM1 Pls. Kappa Phig Alpha Lambda Deltag University Theatre Crew ll, Qt: find, Honors Day ll. 22 l THOMPSON, FRANK EDWARD . . . . . ATWOODg B.S. in Electrical Engineering: Sigma IN: 1.4 Baia P., Phi Eta Sigmag Eta Kappa Nu: A.l.E.E.-l,R.E., Honors Day lI,2,J1: U., versity of Illinois Scholarship Key till THOMPSON, NANCY LORRAINE .,... VILLA PARK, B.S. in Accountancy, ALLEN MAllg 9.9, Board, Sigma Iota Epsilong Illini Union Committee l3l: W.G.S. Executive Cqpgyl Q43 House THOMPSON. PAUL President HI: Sno-Ball Committee l3l: Carleton College FREDERICK II ..... BLOOMINGTON, B.S. in Marketing: NOBLE Mmm. Tornahat-.ikg Maror, Army ROTC l3, -ily Pershing Rifles ll, 2, 3, 415 Society al Ang., Military Engineer: lll THORNBERRY, ROBERT HILBOLDT , .... CAlROp B.F.A. in Landscape Architectureg BETA SIGN PSI, Phi Eta Sigmag Forsile l2, 3, -05 Honors Day ll, 21 THORPE, PRISCILLA AGNES . .... HINSDALE: B.A, in L.A.S.: EVANS HALL: SI1iiAig Phi li Phi, Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Dcltag Illini Union Committee III: Urtrrnflir Theatre Cast lllg University Theatre Crew lllg Honors Day ll, 2, 315 University ot ilu non Scholarship Key TIGAN, PHILIP WAYNE ..... ROCHELLE: B.S. in Accountancyg NEWMAN HAll: AU! Fr Omega, President l-ily St. Pat's Ball Committee I-Il, Second lieut., Army ROTC ills, Accoantancy Club TIMMER, HENRY GEORGE ..... CHlCAGOg B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering: TRIANGLHSYU Tau, S-funn Gamma Tao: l,A,S, TISON, DYCUS L ..,,,, ELDORADOg B,S. in Electrical Engineering, A.l.E.E.-I.R.f. TOBIAS. ALLAN DAVID ..... PEORlAg 8.5. in l..A.S.p ZETA BETA TAUg Clrtttwl CIW!! UIJUU. I toil: Student Senate l-il: Tribe ol Illini l-il, Freshman Varsity Wrestling Small: IM f-'iunnfarfr ll. 21: Senior Wrestling Managerg Junior Wrestling Manager: Alftllfl Cali l-tl. Sn-in :Ii Clubg Younq Democrats Clubp Young Republicans Club: Uldlli 5,9997 tooo, DONALD :own .,.,. CHICAGOg a.s. in Accountancyg CHI PSI: Acco-if-nr-rvCM'1"" Viet Elle-mion ol the University ol Illinois tom, ANDREW MICHAEL ..,.. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA: Bachelor ol Aictiarxrim Alma: O'-SEGA, Scaralng Varsity Basketball Squad l2, 314 Freshman Varsity Dashlbll TOWNSEND, RUTH MILDRED ,... CLARENDON HILLS' BS in Elementary Edwlllfll Mm. HOUSE- lll"I' UNCH Coinrnrllec l3lg University Theatre Crew l3l: W-A-A' what ham Collecxe II,, 4 IIACHTENBERG. CAROL, JEAN ..... CHlCAGOg 8.5, in Journalism: EVANS HMI! Ni' ar, 1 TRAXLEI. DALE N ' 'ff' E tension ol the University ot Illinois tiwaxrnc , ..,. AiWOODp as. in Aqfoonronfyg Alpli. moon Pri: 052: gifs , T,atbali !,',,Chmn Hand H' Q' 3. M: Fun, Rcolmcmll Band U, nf IUUHMH. EDWIN DEAN . . . . omntzv. as in oiisiy technology: onirv "Kf"""' 5' IIUMMH. worm :mm .mvonizvitlfr BA in l.A.s.1 CONCOROIA: Unmmwioad ruuocnr. IAHICE mourn ..,, DUQUQUQI low,-., 845' in Hom., g.,..omm6.:,t0N.'w Jf""-- flf Um-tw Ot'5'C'Ohg ill., Daily Illini 43, Al: Illini uqiorl ffm fwfwiri Club. srodoni National Education Associative: 5'5" 3 or'i.'r-'slay tuna. tnoulas VANAEMANG ,,.., Horigiqgng, CHINA, 515, in l,A,s,, ALPHA S26 1UREK. J 1UTTlE. UCHIDA. um, Rl UNDTRV UNGLR. URBAN. UTI, GI VANCE. VAN Cl VANDE VANDI VAN I VANDI VANII VAN I VAlHl VIGA HIM. VIIM Vllllr mm vim Vlspq C E - CI lnffrff Students Clubg Little United Natr0fll Vtas .I HOUSE: Illini Uni on Cnr. ins: Y'M'C'A' Commun 'IA KAP on St PA LANIBOA: rf, Udtiftl Allen, N, I PHI KAPPA. J . u 'Pier Extensicin Oihfg 'Tri 'I f ecture: A.l.A.: NM, P .,. tive Council 131. pit' P : ,U trical Engineering: Mini: enston of the Univetitt, ,I XNS HALL: Ph' K . I1: Orchesis I21: 1-13:23 'JM IOLN AVENUE RESIDENC: Crew ll: 21: French ct,Q Qineerirtgi Sigma Tau: Ii, Honors Day ll,2,31, U, ancy: ALLEN HALL: Simi,- .G.S. Executive Council 4 :ge Vlarketing: NOBLE HOUSE , 3, 41: SOCiely of Amertgp Architecture: BETA SIGN 'S HALL: Shi-Ai: Phi K.tc:I Committee II1: Univettw ll, 2, 31: University ol Ill EWMAN HALL: Alpha F' I Lieut., Army ROTC I3. 'I Iineering: TRIANGLE: STV' X.l.E.E.-I.R.E. IU: Campus Chest Ill: ffl sity Wrestling SGH-tdf ""f g Manager: Alhlclm Com, ms Club: Bradley Untvntt Sl: Accountar1CY Club' Nh' of Architecture: In VarsitY Baskctba 'l . l Alpftl , tary EdUCa"o"' , ,- Qifntat: w.A.A. Is. ll f' EVANS HALL: H-1"0'5 F" '- Confvfl EJ-J tra Kappa PS2 .:.-ii--- al Band Il. Qlf AW . DairY Techr1Ol09Y scifi' of colvftii DIA? Universiry HA A S102 EconomiC5i Slflme. IJ: J ini Union Comm rn Illini . the gociattont Sou SIGW L.A.S.: ALPHA CHI latiOrtS ELAINE . .... CHICAGO: B.S. 'tt El- . , I by ,lx 'An H: JOYCLPPQ Dgltn Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Horidliylfgzilf :if UT!-V .Pitts ,If,'.'-1 3-Zi: min Key --if J. I.,:,, -4 , ANIHQNY ..... CHICAGO: as ei. I 1 W 1 W 1 , W, JllOQS'E'El'LR'E.: I-om, College in cclltctl Lf 1 r, rn 1. wort ttf. r oetuuo ..... DAWSON: as ' A :.t, -, :, lin. Alnyggtorn Illinois University In U' CI 'U ' A I' """"'l ffl' um CHARLES ..... BARRINGTON: as, :,. G. ,, Em CQ , h , y IUTTU. Wu EPSILQN: Sachem: The Daily Illini lI1: Utiiverstt-J.nl1l.::,:,,! gl., 'til' Hflg' " "L""" RQ1C 0, 41: Society of American Military Engineers IJ1: fjglj' SC Q ' 'mit :""' 131: rraittmtm Council Ill: will i2t: .Gluck I:-fa.: cQ.:.:....i: 32' I 'g ,,,j'f' sa E I UA IADASN . , CHICAGO: B.S. in Economics- Society lor th Ad W0 ' Marketing Club: Nav Pier Ext- " , C 'm"CL""""' 1' ' ' 'gem' ' Y CYTSIOI1 Ol tht. University of llltrtiutg mg IONALD JOSEPPL. .MCHlCAGS: B.A. in L.A.S.: NEWMAN HALL: Otricrt-1 itvs Tr' Freshman encing artager, ewman Foundation Student C0U,,C,: U -, 3, F," 'r " ' . - ' A ' ' I - 1 A. ,, C2Ii'v'1t' 141, Illtnt Forensic ssociation, Society for the Advancement of :,q:,,,,,,,C,,,Cm 9, SANDRA LEE ..... PEORIA: B.S. in Jo I' 5 Alpp-:A . .V mnuwoo Bond. Shi-Ai' Gamma Alpha Chi' Theta Sigm.iHP1I1iiiHC1am us Ch SHI: QHEGT' Hemi' ' ' ' . ' p 9' I l. Student Signal,- 1'2,3,41: Committee on Student Afiatrs I41: Fr h : C '1. . , inents Committee I31: Honors Day ll, 31 05 mm ouncl' SUMO' A'mC'U'i'C VEFAN ALFRED ..... CHICAGO: B.F.A. in lndustr'al D ' : R V . I ,, , 'melts Ang: Wilson Junior College: Chicago Academy of Fih:!grArts?YN.av?-Eiulgtqfpc?i.i::,i,3,j of the University of Illinois ' mgfl, ANDREW III .l .... CHICAGO HEIGHTS: B.S. in Chemistry: 907 CLUB: Alpha Ch. Strtt: Alpha Phi Omega: A,C.S.: Marketing Club: Young Republicans Club: Thornton Julnxgii College EORGE JACOB ..... CICERO: B.F.A. in Industrial Design: SIGMA PI: T 'b I Ill. lm' 0 3, -it: vmsiy raaitsstt squad I2, :t, At, Letter iz, 3, 41, f:c,i,:,,:,,, 'i,j,ff, Fogjbffg Squad: First Lieut., Army ROTC IS, 41: Phi Chi Eta l3, 41 VANCE. RICHARD ALLEN ..... CHAMPAIGN: B.S. in Marketing: DELTA SIGMA PHI: Star .ind Scroll: Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Club: Honors Day l31 VAN CURA. NANCY JO .... .. BROAPVIEVV: B.S. in L.A.S.: BIRCH HALL: University Chorus I-tl: Navy Pier Alumni Association: W.A.A. ll,2: 31: Gefman Club: Student National Education Association: Honors Day ll, 2, 31: Navy Pier Extension ol the Uni-:erstty of Illinois VANDERNULST, LEE DOUGLAS ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in Journalism: NOBLE HOUSE: Torrialiawk, Alpha Delta Sigma: M.l,A. Executive Council ll, 21: Seabury Foundation Student Council Il,21: Young Republicans Club: MRHA Executive Council IJ,-11: Wright Junior College: Roosevelt University VANDERSTRAETEN, ROBERT GEORGE ..... WOODSTOCK: B.S. in L.A.S.: ALPHA SIGMA PHI: University Theatre Crew II1: Maior, Air Force ROTC IB, 41: Arnold Air Society l3, -ll: Young Democrats Club VAN DDREN, KAREN ..... ELMHURST: B.S. in Journalism: ALPHA OMICRON Pl: Theta Sigma Phi: University Theatre Manager l31: University Theatre Cast lI1: University Theatre Crew II, 21: W.A.A. ll, 21: WILL l21: Young Democrats Club: WPGU: Honors Day Illt VANDVEER, DAVID JOSEPH ..... SPRINGFIELD: B.A. in L.A.S.: Spanish Club: Springheld Junior College VANECKO, JOSEPH ANDREW ..... CHICAGO: Bachelor of Architecture: A.l.A.: Navy Pier Ex- tension of the University of Illinois VAN NATTA, RAYMOND EDWARD JR ...... HINSDALE: B.S. in Journalism: ARMORY HOUSE: Sigma Delta Chi: University Theatre Crew l41: WILL-TV I3, -ll: NUVY PIC' E"0"5'0" of the University of Illinois VIINER. THOMAS HARRY ..... ALEDO: as. in Accountancy: tHErA KAPPA PHI: Sur and 5Ff0ll: Phi Eta Sigma: University Theatre Cast l21: Newman FOI-"Ida"0" 5"-'dem Cow' Ct' I2l: Freshman Week Committee 131: Accountancy Club: Honors Dfw Ili 7' 31 VSGA. DAttto , .... BOGOTA, COLOMBIA: as. in Industrial Engineering: BROWERY: Colofrtbiwt Students Club: Marietta College "WMF: FRANK JR ...... AURORA: B.S. in Accountancy: DELTA CHI: Beta Alpha Pair Af' countancy Club: Honor's Day Il, 21 ""45UlEN. ROBERT utwtzencg ,,... EAST MOLINE: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: A-'-Eff l-R-E-: Moline Community College VIEIK. THOMAS ERWIN .-'.- LANSING: 5.5, in Marketing: Freshman Varsity Football Squad: Marketing Club "'0fN. NORMAN LEE ..... RAMSEY: as in Agriculture: MARKLAND' Bapnsi iiiigiidiifoari Sl'-ldflftf Council l41, President l31: Illini Christian Fellowship Ulf Ac-"'CU U rtomtcs Club: Agricultural Education Club VI! - I I 4- Glli GEORGE tzANots ..... DOWNERS GROVE- as in IAS.: ACACIA: the Dart: Ill it V the into tat. un' -: ri, : C wtf llligreek l3t: A-C-5-1 PH' left Squad ll' Sierttiiaslieisatt siiitrfisytt, Zifivtefreliitni II, zt: New Pier EX'e"S'0" of "W Umm 'V ll'1OIS VISN .V V Q , . 'YVUNIEE FRANCES ..... CICERO: B.S. in Education: ALLEN HALL: University Th -its vus 'ew I-11: Morton Junior College: Northwestern University . I CGE: Ax' Hugo JQSFPH ..... CHICAGO: B.S. in ctiemacst Eaginee"nglHP:5rf in2iJEtIi:ONa--ir' Pmmtttee on student Discipline l31- A.t.Ch.E.: Geffttaft Clubf 0 Plef Extension of the University of 'Illinois S27 ,X 'FR :gf 1' thi? 65 I -I x ii ', .n 'Y L -A l 'P 1 xi- K, 6 ,C- 1 -'t . .A iq D ft , X , I . ll, I ' rl, G' 6 . 6 - lf s V ' 'L' X' ig 2. I 7. I ul I , , f c" ' 2' fi' :Q ff ' In E. 1 111 - : i ': . ,- Q I 4.5 .- Air.-is " Q 5 L 1 4 Il. S :W I 2 I I I I Q I I I Q C - 553- A. rr '- Iii is f .1 . f Q. 1 49, ' A TV' ,o-A vol r. cf v., Q 4 .Q Af 'Liv-' .ssl " E' Q 0 At I 'v ,gf .-S , f, an f 3 1 ,,. 1 JQPS ov? vi .. NL -1. 4 I' FW r 1 x .1.Qf. :vm 9' ...no 1" -K A-ff o' 'Ls ,, I ,,. - A f F C ,. 4, I I., I 'El , A par W 1 lv'- Q ..- ,tx I P4 QQ' JQHN WALTER , . . PEORIA5 5.5. in Chemical Engineering: TAU KAP? VOHPEL' .... Tp SJ r 1 5-.rr worse .'-Hanover 1I.13.q 3, -ll: Y.M.C.A. Commmm' , 1 4 ,. S, L M. L.:-. Qrnlcrl-3 Socwvl' I , -I: Concert and Enrg-rmn I. 3 , RAN! , , , FEWTIA 5.5. in Harm- Economics, CHI QIIKEGA, EOELPEL' Srl g., Fr-, Ugg?-cn Cnmcrcn: Sur Course Manager ll. JM' last f .IN I Q LM- r,Qr,.:L Chwrr ,IH Omrcrro Sozlery U75 5p,,,,g MH"2.l',I'c5f- Cm, ' I . .4 f . . fl" QE 'PGI 5.5, un D.S.S.Vu'.V,- CAPQP VON BEHREN, KENNETH LEE . L. NXRANUL 6 A rm h US MI!-wx h .'..::,r'.'.w'::. C-.V L-.vrrtrrxr Lvlfa' HDDCI5 DAY Il. -. Jli Ur1rx'r:rSlly gf III' V .. H .,,., """Sf+1:-Ir N ERVIN GENE . . . . IUSCOLAA 8.5. in Aorlcvlu-rc: COLONIAL y VON LANKE R... A ILM CCW... --,L 3 ,'Lr,rrqL-Ir.-r.sI Eccncmrcs Club: Field and Funopfyfsf. AIIL5 - ,rr 1 C..1' ' 'Sup' YLLIS GARNA . . , CHICAGO: HS. in Journallsrng LINCOLN AVENU . VOY PH U 'JJ S qw, yy 1!:,,q. klnrcn Ccrnn1r!h,.r3 IQII Della Slgnm Qmluon: Hofuffgicllvua rr , JUDITH ANN ..... KANKAILEH 8.5. in- Home Economlcg Edqag 5 vovlssl I" r- L'n:crz Cgmrnlllcc ll. Q, Jlg Y.L'r'.L.A, Cornrnrllcu QI: Czmgjr Cm: yf,,,H-:Q Fall Ccnrrn