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CONTENTS 


UNIVERSITY 

SENIORS 

ACTIVITIES 

ORGANIZATION 
ATHLETICS 

ILLI-NOISE 
RESIDENCES 

CHIC ACiO  CAMPUS 


George  D.  Stoddard,  president 


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semination  of  know     y  arfs. 

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William  (i.   Stratton,  governor  of  Illinois 


The  Board  of  Trustees 


Herbert   B.   Megran 


Wayne   A.   Johnson 


Robert   Z.   Hickman 


Harold   E.   Grange 


Clarence   \V.    Weldon 


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Members  Ex  Officio 

William  G.  Stratton, 
governor   of 
Illinois  Springfield 

Vernon  L.  Nickell, 

superintendent   of   public 
instruction  Springfield 


Elected  Members 

Park  Livingston,  president     .  .         Chicago 

Anthony  J.  Janata,  secretary  Urbana 

Lloyd  Morey,  comptroller  .  Urbana 

Clarence  W.  Weldon, 

treasurer    Chicago 

John  R.  Fornof Streator 

Mrs.  Doris  S.  Holt Flora 

Wirt  Herrick     Clinton 

Robert  Z.  Hickman     Danville 

Mrs.  Frances  B.  Watkins  Chicago 

Harold  E.  Grange Chicago 

Wayne  A.  Johnson Chicago 

Herbert   B.   Megran Harvard 


Park  Livingston,  president  of  the  Hoard  of  Trustees 


Lloyd  Morey 


Mrs.  Frances  B.  Watkins 


John   R.  Fornof 


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Arthur  C.  Willard,  president  emeritus 


University  of  Illinois 
Administrative  Officials 


Miodrag  Muntyan 
director  of  the   University  Press 


Josef  F.  Wright 
director  of  i>ul>li<-  information 


Harold  S.   Dawson 
director  of  placement  bureau 


Ralph  P.  Leseman 
legal  cownsel 


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Anthony  J.  Janata,  assistant  to  the  president 


The  task  of  the  University's  administration  is  to  tie 
together  the  organizations  of  the  University  such  as 
the  colleges,  schools,  divisions,  services,  and  experi- 
ment stations,  and  make  them  function  as  a  unit. 

The  University's  work  is  carried  on  not  only  in 
classroom,  laboratory,  and  library,  but  also  through 
extension,  demonstrations,  publications,  motion  pic- 
tures, and  radio.  From  its  researches  the  University 
develops  much  new  knowledge  and  gathers  informa- 
tion from  all  over  the  world.  These  new  facts  go  into 
teaching  and  are  made  available  to  citizens  every- 
where. 

Carrying  out  these  policies  and  directly  adminis- 
tering the  University  is  the  task  of  the  president. 
Assisting  him  are  the  provost,  the  vice  president  in 
charge  of  the  Chicago  Division,  the  deans  and  direc- 
tors of  the  various  units  at  Champaign-Urbana,  the 
comptroller,  the  director  of  the  Physical  Plant,  the 
dean  of  students,  and  others,  each  with  special  re- 
sponsibilities and   duties. 

The  trustees,  nine  elected  directly  by  the  people 
of  the  state  and  two  ex-officio  by  reasons  of  their 
positions,  select  the  president  and  direct  the  general 
policies  of  administration. 


Coleman  B.  Griffith,  provost 


Lloyd  Morey,  comptroller 


;lie  A.  Rrvan.  director  ot  Institute  til  Aviatioz 


James  T.  Lendrum,  director  of  Small  Jinnies  Council 


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Bureau  and  Division  Heads 


fop  rou  :  Herbert  Kobes,  director  of  the  Division  of  Service  for  Crippled  Children;  William  P.  McLure,  director  of  tin1  Bureau  of  Research  and 
Service;  Edward  F    Potthoff,  director  of  the  Bureau  of  Institutional  Research 

Middle  rou  :  Robben  W.  Fleming,  director  m  the  Institute  of  Labor  and  I ndu.it rial  Relations;  George  P.  Tuttle,  director  of  admissions  and  rec- 
ords: Rexford  Newcomb,  director  oj  the  Bureau  oj  Community  Planning 

Bottom  roc  .  S.  Earl  Thompson,  director  of  the  'Housing  Division;  Charles  S.  Havens,  director  of  the  Physical  Plant;  V.  Lewis  Bassie,  director 
oi  tin   Bureau  01  Economic  and  Business  Research 


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Top  row:    Robert  <!.  Seymour,  acting  director  of  the  Business  Management  Service;  Lester  M.   Dyke,  director  of   the  Sealth  Services;  Robert  Browne, 

dean  of  summer  session 
Middle   row:     Roydin    Dangerfield,  director   of  the  Institute  of  Government  and  Public  Affairs;  Robert  B.   Hudson,  director  of   University  Broadcasting; 

Marietta  Stevenson,  director  of  Social  Welfare  Administration 
Bottom    me-:     Donald    E.    Dickason,   director  of   nonacademic  personnel;   Charles   W.   Sanford,   coordinator  of   Teacher  Education   Council;   William   M. 

Gilbert,  director  ol  Student  Counseling  Bureau 


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H.  F.   (Jlair,    president 


William   H.   Butterfield,  executive  director 


James  C.  Colvin,  secretary 


University  of  Illinois  Foundation 


The  University  of  Illinois  Foundation,  establish- 
ed in  1935,  is  a  non-profit  corporation  organized 
under  the  laws  of  Illinois.  Its  chief  function  is  to 
encourage  gifts  from  both  individuals  and  corpor- 
ations, for  the  purpose  of  assisting  the  general 
educational  and  research  program  of  the 
University. 

Another  function  of  the  foundation  is  the 
development  of  patents  assigned  to  it  by  the 
University.  The  Foundation  has  acquired  patent 
rights  of  several  inventions,  notably  a  smokeless 


furnace  and  an  amoniated  dentifrice  that  helps 
to  combat  tooth  decay. 

One  phase  of  the  chief  function  is  the  lllini 
Achievement  Fund,  a  permanent  annual-gift  pro- 
gram in  the  interests  of  the  University.  In  1949, 
the  Achievement  Fund  set  a  new  record  among 
Big  Ten  schools  for  the  number  of  gifts  to  such 
a  program  during  its  first  year.  Contributions 
were  received  from  5,07  I  lllini  and  other  friends 
of  the    University. 


Lloyd   Morey,   treasurer 


Clifton   DeLong,  assistant  treasurer 


Amos  H.  Watts,  vice  pri \sidt  nt 


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The  University  of 

Illinois  Alumni 

Association 

The  official  bond  between  the  University  and 
lini  alumni  is  the  Alumni  Association.  The  As- 
sociation publishes  Illinois  Alumni  News  and  sends 
it  to  nearly  70,000  lllini.  It  assists  officers  with 
work  of  an  increasingly  large  number  o 
lini  clubs,  helps  maintain  the  lllini  center  in 
Chicago's  LaSalle  Hotel,  and  performs  hundreds 
of  personal  services  for  alumni. 

The  Association  records  the  new  addresses  of 
almost  90,000  llini.  Some  7,000  address  changes 
are  made  every  month. 

Most  recent  of  the  sound  motion  pictures  made 
to  show  alumni  campus  scenes  and  activities  is 
the  one  concerning  the  famous  playing,  marching 
and  singing  Illinois  football  band. 

In  its  work  to  help  lllini  clubs  over  the  country, 
its  executives  have  met  with  scores  of  lllini 
groups,  made  talks  about  campus  affairs,  and 
have  shown  football  movies  and  other  Illinois  films. 


Harold    Pogue 
president 


ace  Van  Tassle.   alumni  relations  depart 


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Fred  H.  Turner,  dean  of  students 


The  Deans 


James  Hampton,  assistant  dean  of  student 
activities 


Miriam  A.  Sheldon,  dean  of  women 


George  H.  B argh,  dean  of  fraternity  men 


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Arthur  Hamilton,  assistant  dean  of  foreign  students;  David  Wolfe,  director  of  veterans'  procurement  and  records;  Eunice  Dowse,  assistant  dean  of  resi- 
dence liall  counseling ;  Gerald  W.  Peck,  assistant  dean  of  men  and  director  of  ['hire/unit  Bureau 


The  deans  of  the  University  of  Illinois  have 
a  great  responsibility  in  providing  for  the  welfare 
of  each  student.  Dean  of  Students  Fred  H.  Turn- 
er is  the  unifying  and  coordinating  official.  His 
staff  consists  of  Associate  Dean  Harold  S.  Daw- 
son, director  of  placement,  and  Assistant  Dean 
Arthur  Hamilton,  in  charge  of  foreign  students. 

Miss  Miriam  A.  Sheldon,  Dean  of  Women,  has 
as  her  assistants  Miss  Agnes  Tandberg,  assistant 
dean  of  freshmen;  Miss  Eunice  Dowse,  residence 
hall    counselor;    Miss    Mary    Harrison,    advisor  to 


independent  women  and  the  Women's  Group 
System;  and  Miss  Mary  Jane  Klein,  advisor  to 
sorority  women  and  the  Panhellenic  Council. 

Under  Dean  of  Men,  Edward  E.  Stafford,  are 
Gerald  W.  Peck,  assistant  dean  of  men  and  di- 
rector of  the  Placement  Bureau;  V.  J.  Hampton, 
assistant  dean  of  student  activities;  George  H. 
Bargh,  assistant  dean  of  fraternity  men;  Richard 
E.  Hulet,  assistant  dean  of  independent  men; 
and  David  Wolfe,  director  of  veterans'  procure- 
ment and  records. 


Richard  E.  Hulet,  assistant  dean  of  independent  men;  Mary  E.  Harrison,  assistant  dean  of  independent   women;  Agnes  G.  Tandberg.  assist/ml  dean  of 
freshmen;  Mary  Jane  Klein,  assistant  dean  of  sorority  women 


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Navy   Pier 


Chicago  Undergraduate  Division 


Dean  Charles  C.  Cavitny 


In  1946  the  University  of  Illinois  established  its 
now  well-known  Undergraduate  Division  at  Navy 
Pier  in  Chicago.  Here  the  students  may  have 
complete  pre-professional  courses  of  study  in  lib- 
eral arts  and  sciences,  commerce  and  business 
administration,  and  engineering.  Curricula  in  the 
professional  courses  of  architecture,  architecural 
engineering,  physical  education,  and  nursing  are 
available. 

The  students  enrolled  at  Chicago  have  the 
same  status  as  the  students  in  Urbana,  and  are 
given  priority  in  completing  their  work  for  de- 
grees on  the  downstate  campus.  Through  its 
educational,  social,  and  cultural  program,  the  Di- 
vision provides  its  sudents  with  the  same  high 
degree  of  service  which  is  a  tradition  of  the 
University  of  Illinois. 


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The  College  of  Agriculture  is  a  direct  out- 
growth of  rhe  Morrill  Act  of  1862.  This  legisla- 
tion became  popularly  known  as  the  Land-grant 
College  Act,  since  it  provided  federal  support 
for  state  educational  institutions  which  offered 
agriculture,  mechanics,  and  military.  The  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois  has  had  a  College  of  Agriculture 
ever  since  it  was  chartered  in   1867. 

The  College  of  Agriculture  has  three  major 
goals:  to  improve  the  quality  of  the  products 
grown  in  Illinois  and  the  efficiency  of  their  pro- 
duction, to  advance  the  welfare  of  those  engaged 
in  agriculture,  and  to  create  a  better  understand- 
ing of  the  place  agriculture  holds  in  our  economy. 

Courses  dealing  with  the  production,  market- 
ing, processing,  and  utilization  of  food  and  cloth- 
ing materials  are  offered.  The  teachings  of  the 
College  are  vitalized  by  the  work  of  the  Experi- 
ment Station,  with  its  hundreds  of  projects  de- 
signed to  test  new  practices,  and  by  the  close 
contact  which  members  of  the  staff  have  with  the 
people  of  the  state  through  its  Extension  Service. 


Acting  Deiin   Robert  R.  H 


College  of  Agriculture 


Mumford  Hall 


David    Kinlev    Hall 


College  of  Commerce 
and  Business  Administration 


Dean   Paul  M.  Green 


The  Department  of  Business  Organization  and 
Operation,  the  Department  of  Economics,  the 
Bureau  of  Economic  and  Business  Research,  and 
the  Business  Management  Service  are  the  four 
main  divisions  in  the  College  of  Commerce  and 
Business  Administration  that  are  presided  over  by 
Dean  Paul  Green. 

The  major  aim  of  Commerce  and  Business  Ad- 
ministration is  to  offer  a  variety  of  courses  in  a 
broad  curriculum  which  should  eguip  students  to 
meet  the  problems  of  every-day  living  as  well  as 
for  careers  in  business,  economics,  and  the  ad- 
ministrative branches  of  government.  A  well- 
rounded  program  includes  basic  and  general 
training  with  opportunities  for  specializing  in  ac- 
countancy, commercial  teaching,  commerce  and 
law,  economics  of  public  utilities,  transportation, 
finance,  general  economics,  government  and  bus- 
iness, economic  theory,  industrial  administration, 
management,  labor  economics,  statistical  eco- 
nomics, and  secretarial  training. 


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Acting  Dean  Robert  G.  Bone 


The  College  of  Education  prepares  students 
for  careers  in  teaching,  special  educational  serv- 
ices, and  school  administration.  Special  under- 
graduate programs  are  offered  in  industrial,  agri- 
cultural, home  economics,  and  elementary  cur- 
ricula. Students  have  the  opportunity  of  teach- 
ing under  special  supervisors  in  schools  cooperat- 
ing with  the  College  of  Education.  The  Uni- 
versity High  School,  which  serves  as  a  laboratory 
for  the  college,  affords  opportunities  for  experi- 
mentation  under  controlled  conditions. 

The  College  sponsors  a  number  of  annual  con- 
ferences designed  to  meet  specific  problems  of 
educators  and  other  persons  interested  in  im- 
proving the  schools.  Largest  of  these  meetings 
is  the  Illinois  Summer  Education  Conference  held 
on  the  campus  each  June  in  connection  with  the 
regular  summer  sess;on  for  teachers  from  all  parts 
of  the  country. 


College  of  Education 


Gregory  Hall 


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College  of  Engineering 


Dean  \V.   L.  Everitt 


The  College  of  Engineering,  with  its  nine  dif- 
ferent curricula  and  fifteen  hundred  students  is 
one  of  the  largest  in  the  University.  It  stresses 
four  aims — aiding  students  to  think  clearly  and 
accurately,  giving  them  the  fundamentals  of 
sound  engineering,  encouraging  the  development 
of  initiative  and  individuality,  and  affording  many 
opportunities  for  students  to  put  into  effect  the 
doctrine  that  one  of  the  engineer's  main  func- 
tions is  to  contribute  to  effective  practical  action. 

Extra-curricular  activities  have  always  been 
prominent.  There  are  a  dozen  student  profession- 
al societies  and  eight  honorary  fraternities  organ- 
ized primarily  to  recognize  and  promote  scholar- 
ship. 

Dean  of  the  College  of  Engineering  is  W.  L. 
Everitt,  who  has  served  in  that  position  since 
1949. 


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The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts  enters 
its  twenty-first  year  with  an  enrollment  of  twelve 
hundred  students,  none  of  whom  have  been  here 
since  the  first  year,  and  one  Dean,  who  has  served 
in  that  capacity  since  he  organized  the  College 
twenty-one  years  ago. 

The  College  is  comprised  of  six  departments, 
and  twelve  curricula  leading  to  degrees.  In  ad- 
dition to  its  formal  instruction,  the  College  offers 
numerous  admission-free  lectures,  concerts,  re- 
citals, and  art  exhibits.  In  cooperation  with  other 
campus  departments,  the  College  annually  spon- 
sors a  Festival  of  Contemporary  Arts. 

Due  largely  to  the  efforts  of  Dean  Rexford 
Newcomb,  the  University  of  Illinois  is  rated  as 
one  of  the  top  schools  of  Architecture  in  the 
country. 

Dean  Newcomb  is  a  Fellow  of  the  American 
Institute  of  Architects,  and  a  member  of  Gar- 
goyle, Scarab,  and  various  other  honorary  and 
professional  societies.  Dean  Newcomb  has  been 
Dean  of  the  College  since  he  organized  it  twenty- 
one  years  ago. 


Dean  Rexford  Newcomb 


College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 


Architecture  Building 


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Graduate  College 


Acting  Dean   Robert  E.  Johns. in 


"The  development  of  the  power  of  independ- 
ent work  and  the  promotion  of  the  spirit  of  re- 
search," is  the  essential  a;m  of  a  graduate  col- 
lege, according  to  the  late  David  Kinley,  the  first 
Graduate  Dean. 

Graduate  instruction  at  the  University  of  Ill- 
inois began  in  1902,  but  a  separate  Graduate 
School  was  first  organized  in   1906. 

After  its  founding,  the  college  grew  steadily 
in  size  and  prestige,  but  since  the  end  of  World 
War  II,  the  enrollment  and  scope  of  its  activities 
has  been  phenomenal.  The  Graduate  College  is 
now  the  second  largest  in  the  University.  In  1951, 
3954  students  were  enrolled  in  this  college,  and 
in  1950-5  I ,  it  provided  for  175  University  fellow- 
ships. During  the  same  year,  239  Ph.D  degrees 
and   1494  Masters'  degrees  were  granted. 

Acting  Dean  Johnson  came  to  the  University 
of  Illinois  in  1949  as  Head  of  the  Department  of 
Physiology,  from  Chicago,  where  he  was  Director 
of  an  Army  Research  Laboratory.  He  is  a  mem- 
ber of  Phi  Beta  Kappa  and  Sigma  Xi. 


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Instruction  in  the  school  of  Journalism  program 
includes  a  journalism  division,  including  news- 
editorial  work  and  publication  management,  and 
advertising  and  radio  divisions.  In  1950,  the 
name  of  the  School  of  Journalism  was  changed 
to  School  of  Journalism  and  Communications  to 
describe  more  accurately  its  present  functions. 

The  Journalism  and  Communications  program 
at  the  University  of  Illinois  is  based  on  the  convic- 
tion that  the  student  can  profit  best  from  a 
course  of  study  that  permits  him  to  integrate 
professional  subjects  with  general  subjects. 

The  School  also  attempts  to  provide  services 
for  the  communications  industry  in  the  state. 

Directed  by  Professor  Frederick  Kiebert,  the 
School  of  Journalism  and  Communications  is 
located   in   Gregory   Hall. 


Dean  Frederick  Kiebert 


School  of  Journalism 
and  Communications 


Gregory  Hall 


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Altiri-lil    Hall 


College  of  Law 


Dean    Albert   Harno 


The  quantity  of  freedom  and  justice  in  a  dem- 
ocracy is  directly  proportional  to  the  quality  of 
the  law.  Thus  a  highly  trained  bar  is  essential  for 
these  ideals  to  be  realized.  The  main  purpose  of 
the  College  of  Law  is  to  train  students  to  prac- 
tice law,  but  it  also  provides  a  valuable  founda- 
tion for  those  entering  other  fields  in  which  it  is 
necessary  to  have  a  knowledge  of  law. 

Established  in  1897,  the  College  of  Law  is  on 
the  approved  lists  of  the  Association  of  American 
Law  Schools  and  the  Section  of  Law  Education 
of  the  American  Bar  Association.  Since  its  found- 
ing, it  has  pioneered  for  the  improvement  of  legal 
education  and  for  higher  standards  of  admission 
to  the  United  States  Bar.  Dean  Albert  Harno 
has  been  a  leader  of  these  movements  since  1922. 


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Since  1867,  when  our  University  was  incorpor- 
ated as  the  Illinois  Industrial  University,  typical 
liberal  arts  courses  have  been  offered.  These 
courses  are  looked  upon  as  basic  to  general  edu- 
cation. The  present  organization  of  the  College 
came  in  1913  when  the  College  of  Literature  and 
Arts  merged  with  the  College  of  Science. 
Through  this  fusion  the  College  became  the 
largest  and  most  complex  division  of  the  Uni- 
versity. The  old  tradition  of  liberal  education  is 
provided  for  in  the  General  Curriculum  and  in 
the  Division  of  General  Studies.  The  General 
Curriculum  leads  to  the  degrees  of  Bachelor  of 
Arts  or  Bachelor  of  Science.  The  College  also 
functions  as  a  service  unit  for  the  other  colleges 
offering  fixed  curricula  in  pre-professional  train- 
ing for  nursing,  medicine,  dentistry,  veterinary 
medicine,  law,  and  journalism.  This  training  in- 
cludes work  in  English,  foreign  languages,  science, 
and  social  science  as  constitutes  established  all- 
university  or  special  college  requirements. 


Dean   Henning  Larson 


College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


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The  Library 


Library  School 


Dean  Robert  B.  Downs 


Established  in  1893,  the  University  of  Illinois 
Library  School  is  the  oldest  library  school  west  of 
the  Alleghenies.  This  school  was  located  at  the 
Armour  Institute  of  Technology  in  Chicago  until 
the  summer  of  1897  when  it  was  moved  to  the 
Urbana  campus. 

The  purpose  of  the  Library  School  is  to  prepare 
administrators  and  assistants  for  service  in  public 
libraries,  in  libraries  of  schools,  colleges,  and  uni- 
versities, and  for  specialized  libraries. 

Both  graduate  and  undergraduate  programs 
of  study  are  offered  by  the  school.  The  under- 
graduate Library  Science  courses,  prerequisite 
for  admission  to  the  professional  courses  in  the 
Library  School,  are  offered  as  a  minor  in  the  Col- 
lege of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences  and  the  College 
of  Education.  The  fifth  year's  work  for  the  M.S. 
and  L.S.  Degree  is  the  minimum  academic  prepar- 
ation for  professional  librarianship. 


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The  School  of  Physical  Education  comprised  of 
two  departments,  Physical  Education  for  Men 
and  Physical  Education  for  Women,  was  estab- 
lished in  1933.  Its  major  function  is  to  provide 
professional  training  in  physical  education,  health 
and  saftey,  athletic  coaching,  camping,  recrea- 
tion, and  dancing.  By  University  regulation,  all 
undergraduate  students  are  required  to  secure 
four  semesters'  credit  in  physical  education. 

The  school  is  outstanding  not  only  for  its  cur- 
riculum program  for  students,  but  for  its  program 
of  fundamental  research  in  the  fields  of  motor 
and  organic  fitness  and  diagnostic  fitness  tests 
for  both  faculty  and  students. 

Seward  Staley,  a  graduate  of  Springfield  Col- 
lege, has  served  as  director  of  the  School  of 
Physical  Education  since  1937. 


Director  Seward  Staley 


School  of  Physical  Education 


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The  Armory 


Division  of  Special  Services  for 
War  Veterans 


Acting  Director  Prank  Bridgewater 


The  Division  of  Special  Services  for  War  Vet- 
erans was  formed  to  give  the  greatest  possible 
help  to  veterans  who  wish  to  enroll  in  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois.  The  Division  is  a  new  experi- 
ment in  educational  policy,  permitting  an  educa- 
tional freedom  which  will  serve  best  the  needs 
of  each  student. 

Through  this  service,  the  veteran  is  able  to 
attain  an  objective  which  includes  subjects  of- 
fered in  several  colleges.  The  Division  directs 
the  educational  programs  of  veterans  whose 
needs  are  not  met  by  the  curricula  already  exist- 
ing, and  can  certify  these  students  for  their 
Bachelor  of  Science  degree.  Also,  the  Division 
makes  a  study  of  the  needs  of  incoming  veterans 
and  informs  them  of  all  the  many  services  of  the 
University. 


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The  Division  of  University  Extension,  headed 
by  Dean  Robert  Browne,  is  the  agency  responsible 
for  the  educational  curriculum  involving  residents 
of  the  state  of  Illinois  who  are  not  enrolled  as 
students  on  the  University  campus.  Extra  classes 
and  correspondence  courses  are  offered  toward 
earning  a  degree.  There  are  about  one  hundred 
seven  college-level  correspondence  courses  avail- 
able for  people  who  wish  to  study  at  home.  The 
Division  is  able  to  fulfill  less  than  half  of  the 
demands  for  courses  that  are  received  each  year. 
A  number  of  short  courses  are  made  available 
with  the  cooperation  of  other  colleges  of  the 
University. 

The  Division  also  attends  to  the  Film  Library  of 
the  University.  High  schools  all  over  the  state, 
as  well  as  other  Universities,  rent  instructional 
films  and  old  movies  from  the  Extension. 


Dean  Robert  Browne 


Division  of  University  Extension 


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Veterinary  Medicine  Building 


College  of  Veterinary  Medicine 


Dean  Robert  Graham 


The  first  course  in  veterinary  science  at  our 
university  was  initiated  in  1870,  but  did  not  lead 
to  a  veterinary  medicine  degree.  Additional 
well-trained  veterinarians  to  aid  farmers  in  the 
control  of  animal  diseases  and  to  protect  the  pub- 
lic health  from  animal  diseases  transmissible  to 
man  were  needed  as  the  years  progressed.  As  a 
result,  the  College  of  Veterinary  Medicine  was 
established  in  1944,  and  a  professional  four-year 
course  in  veterinary  medicine  leading  to  a  D.V.M. 
degree  was  activated  in   1948. 

Other  work  of  the  College  includes  programs 
of  veterinary  research,  extension,  and  graduate 
study.  A  disease  diagnostic  service  and  a  veter- 
inary clinic  and  hospital  service  provide  animal 
patients  and  specimens  for  instructional  purposes. 

The  College  is  housed  in  the  New  Veterinary 
Medicine  building  and  the  remodeled  Veterinary 
Clinic  Building. 

Dr.  Robert  Graham  was  appointed  as  dean  of 
the  College  of  Veterinary  Medicine  in    1945. 


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John   Alpers,  Jr. 
Edwjy^l   Beach 


Cirilo   McSween 
Robert  Painti 


Irving   Bemoras 

Sherwood   Parker 

Richard   Blake 

William   Rusch 

Donald   Bohrer 

Richard   Smith 

James   Bredar 

Robert  Sonderskov 

Alfred   Brosky 

William   Stimart 

Norton   Compton 

Robert   Sullivan 

James  Edwards 

William  Tate 

Clive   Follmer 

Richard  Thies         A 

Bruce    Frazier 

Wayne  Thoma» 

William  Grosser 

Robert  Vinsec 

John   Leskera 

Wayne  Woltman 

MA-WAN-DA 


Sara   Davison 

Suzanne   Ralston 

Laura   Donagher 

Caroline   Rees 

Grace   Dittmann 

Jane   Rendleman 

Rita   Evans 

Roberta   Rosecrans 

Darlene  Guderjan 

Margaret  Schlemmer 

Ethel   Mae   Karon 

Joyce  Sternaman 

Jane   Luedtke 

Jean  Walker 

Kathleen   McCubbin 

Ora   Mae  Welcher 

Laura   Mollet 

Marilyn  Welsch 

Rose   Marie  O'Neill 

Marilyn   Womeldorff 

Alien   Andrews 


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James   Branch 
Roy  Burt 
Glenn  Church 
Robert  Clemons 
Sheldon   Cloobeck 
Joseph  Corley 
Henry   Cryer 
James  Eustice 
James   Fleischer 
Ron   Heiligenstein 
Edward   Jenison 
John  Kerr 
Robert   Kiesler 


Robert  Kileen 


Richard   Lane 
Robert   Lenzini 


Kent   McDaniel 
Kenneth    MiWer  . 
Lester  Ness,  Jr. 
Bruce  Palmer  M 

Donald   Peterson 
James  Peterson 
Gene   Philbrick 
Ross  Poggenpohl 
Thomas   Rose 
Gerald   Smith 
Russell   Stackhouse 
James  StewarH 
Ronald   Ultes  1 


Vance   Van   T  Jell 
Stanley  Walla] 
Willie  Williams 


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Janet  Barker 
Mary   Bills 
Nancy  Bohn 
Beverly  Brissenden 
Jeannine  Burnier 
Nancy  Claypool 
Margaret  Conlin 
Betty  Cook 
Charlene  Coupe 
Barbara  Cross 
Helga  Czerner 
Mary  Jane  Fishel 
Mary  Louise  Frank 
Jeanette  Gerdes 
Eileen   Hall 
Georgia   Hall 
Dorothy  Hartigan 


Barbara   Hempstead 

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Janice   Jordan 

W  Barbara   Kampmeyer 


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Marlene  Kimbark 
Camille   Kirchner 
oan   Kovitz 
Florence  Kraabel 


Sharon   Mayhall 
Virginia   Mersbac 
Mary  Lou   Mill 
Sabra  Mills 
Anne  Moyat 
Mary  Jane   Nelson 


Anne  Novosad 

Nancy  Popel 

Velma   Riley 

Patricia   Robinson 

Shirley   Rodine 

Suzanne  Roe 
Elizabeth  Scott 
Carol  Seibert 
Dolores  Siegert 
Shirley  Smith 
Joan  Solomon 
Caryl  Towsley 
Gloria  Trader 
Barbara  Victor 
Jean  Weiss 
Susan  Woods 


Paul  Aney 
Senior  Recreational  Manager 


]>ob  Olander 
Director  of   Donas,   Dliui    Union 


The  Student  Senate  is  the  student's  represen- 
tative. It's  purposes  are  to  promote  the  general 
welfare  of  the  student  body  and  to  work  with 
the  Committee  on  Student  Affairs  to  exercise 
general  policy  making  authority  over  student 
affairs. 

The  Student  Senate  is  composed  of  thirty-nine 
members.  Twenty-one  are  elected  in  general 
elections  by  the  student  body.  The  major  cam- 
pus activities  and  housing  groups  ere  represented 
by  the  remaining  eighteen  who  act  as  ex-officio 
members. 

By-laws,  Finance,  Public  Relations,  Internation- 
al Activities,  Student  Life,  and  Coordination  are 
the  permanent  committees,  but  any  student  is 
free  to  sponsor  legislation,  to  attend  the  meet- 
ings, or  to  speak  before  the  group. 


James  Edwards,  president 


Student  Senate 


Top  row:    Jennis   Bapst,  Gordon   Williams.  .Tame.-  Montgomery,  Robert,  Armstrong,   R03    Small.  Robert   Painter.  Robert  Rankin,  William  Stimart.  Frank 

Clark,   Donald   Horton 
Second  row:    Merle  .Miller,   Barbara  Krueger,  .lames  Gill,  Manfred  Brust,  Thomas  Caldwell.  Donald   Bohrer,   Paramesh  Ray    Phyllis  Hasse,  Steve  Wolf- 

berg,  Robert  Sonderskov 
Bottom  row:    Thomas   lVlke.   Darlene  Svoboda,   Lucille  Muzzarelli,  Margaret   Dolan,  Thomas  Rose,  Audrey  McCubbui,  Joyce  Chalcraft,  James  Edwards, 

John    William- 


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Mr.  President,  I 


Freshman   Council — Standing:     William   Graham,    Robert  Hall,    Donald    Kane,   Sara    Barry,    Bruce   McNaughton,    Boberl    Emmons 

Seated:    Joanne  Lucey,  Nina  Collins,  Stanford  Glass,  Paul  Hayes,  Enid  Weinstein,  Jeanne  Brunkow,  Joan  Lundstrcm 


Thomas  Kos.'.  chairmai 


It  is  the  responsibility  of  the  Coordination  Com- 
mittee to  coordinate  all  general  University  pro- 
grams and  events  sponsored  by  student  organ- 
izations with  emphasis  on  the  prevention  of  con- 
flicts and  unwarranted  competition.  The  Coordi- 
nation Committee  exercises  control  over  the  fol- 
lowing organizations  in  particular:  lllini  Theatre 
Guild,  lllini  Union,  Campus  Chest,  lllini  Board 
of  Control,  Concert  and  Entertainment  Board, 
Freshman  Council,  men's  and  women's  athletics, 
and  the  various  housing  groups.  The  Committee 
considers  petitions  and  schedules  the  time  and 
place  for  programs  and  events.  Budgets  for  Uni- 
versity functions,  the  handling  of  tickets,  and  an 
annual  calender  of  events  are  also  subject  to  this 
committee. 


Coordination  Committee 


Seated:     Donald   Horton,   Robert  Painter.   Donald   Bohrer,   Dean    Hampton,   Roberl   Rankin,  Thomas  Rose,  Alice  Cramer,   Margarel    Dolan,   Prof.  Walter 
Johnson,  Robert  Armstrong,  Prof.  Roberl  Mitchell 


Mr 


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The  Committee  on  Student  Affairs  is  a  part 
of  the  University  Senate.  Its  nine  faculty  mem- 
bers are  appointed  by  the  Student  Senate.  In 
policy  matters  it  is  responsible  to  the  University 
senate,  and  in  administration  it  serves  as  an  ad- 
visory group  to  the  dean  of  students.  The  pri- 
mary duties  of  the  committee  are  to  prevent 
extra-curricular  activities  from  encroaching  on 
the  curricular  field;  to  assist  students  in  setting  up 
a  plan  of  self-government;  to  assist  students  in 
the  management  of  their  activities  and  encour- 
age personal  responsibility;  and  to  help  maintain 
safe,  moral  and  healthful  living  conditions. 

The  committee  in  collaboration  with  the  stu- 
dent senate  writes  the  "Code  on  Student  Af- 
fairs," the  regulations  under  which  all  student 
activities  operate. 


Professor   Hugh  Wales,   chairTnan 


Committee  on  Student  Affairs 


Standing:    Donald  Bohrer,  Audrey  McCubbin,  Barbara  Krueger,  Prank  Clark 

Seated:     Karl  Gardner,  .lames  Edwards,  Thomas  Rose,   Prof.   Natalia   Belting,   Edward  Stafford,   Prof.   Hugh  Wales.  Robi 
nedy,  Paramesh  Kay.  Dean  Miriam  Shelden,  Jennie  Bapst 


,-i  Mitchell,  Capt.  William  Ken 


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Ton   roe:     Susan    Boyd.    Joseph   Taback,    William   Keller.    Susan   Olmstead.    Ebevhard   Vischer,   Jeanett©  Biedo,   William   Perry,   Mania    Leuchter,   Karl 

Berlsliiemer 
Bottom  rote:    Audrey  Rosenberg,  Donald  Lasser,   treasurer;  Jane  <iray.  secretary;  Glenn  Church,   vice  president:  Janet  White,  president;  Shirley  Mc- 

\  icar,  Joan  Kiris.  Valerie  Kilburn 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences  Council  facilitates 

student-faculty  relations 


Student  Organization  Fund  "undents 


funds    of   200 
organizations 


Top  roe  ;    Gordon  Ropp,  Wesley  Knight,  Ross  Poggenpohl 

Bottom  row:    Marilyn  Meyer.  Ralph  Butler,  Lyle  Bahlenburg,  advisor 


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Top  row:    Emerson  Cammack,  advisor;  Robert  Musi.  William  Cullen,  Duane  Yetter,  Joel  Meisles,  Richard  Coffelt 
Second  row  ■   Charles  Larson,  Arthur  Nordenberg,  Roberl  Shaw.  Arlene  Locketz,  Diane  Zaremba 

Bottom  row:    Mary  Jo  Shinn,  Dorothy  Perdue,  secretary;  Charles  Covey,  Bice  president;  Robert  Stedronsky,  president;  Edward  B 
Baskes 


arher,  treasurer;  Roger 


Baskes 
Not  in  panel:   Robert  Painter,  Roger  Tompkins,  Albert  Dietrick 


Commerce    Council     provides  professional,  social,  and  ed- 
ucational services  for  commerce  students 


Engineering  Council  ?£ 


promotes  closer  cooperation  among 
various  engineering  societies 


Top  roiv :   John  Fortman,  William  Bratschun,  Sidney  Herman.  William  Fuzzi,  James  Kaar,  Albert  Law 

Second  row:    Duane  Loofbourrow,  William  Rohaly,  Robert  Delcour,  Erie  Aagard.  Clyde  Young,  Daniel  Schoeberle,  Michael  Zihal 

Bottom  row  :    Robert  Anderson,  Lee  Grossman,  Leslie  Maxedon,  Bruce  Cook.  Kenneth  Anderson.  Allen  Vejar 

Not  in  panel:    James  Xerikos,  Herbert  Hormsiher,  John  Burns,  John  Powell 


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Rl<  li.-ii.l    Ulake,  president 


The  Interfraternity  Council  governs  and 
supervises  all  social  fraternities  at  the  Uni- 
versity. Under  the  guiding  hand  of  Dean 
George  Bargh,  the  council  governs  inter- 
fraternity policies  concerned  with  the  gen- 
eral welfare,  social,  scholastic,  and  recrea- 
tional activities  of  the  member  houses. 

The  Board  of  Fraternity  Affairs  advises 
and  works  with  the  council.  This  board  is 
composed  of  three  staff  fraternity  men, 
three  local  fraternity  alumni,  and  five  under- 
graduate officers  of  the  council. 

The  Illinois  council  is  the  largest  and  oldest 
such  group  in  the  United  States.  The  fifty- 
six  national  fraternities  are  represented  by 
a  junior  and  senior  from  each  house.  The 
weekly  meetings  provide  for  disseminating 
constructive  ideas.  Council  functions  are 
effected  by  the  following  committees:  ac- 
tivities, judicial,  pledge  training,  scholarship, 
house  managers,  rushing,  intramurals,  pro^ 
gram,  public  relations,  and  executive. 


Interfraternity  Council 


Executive  Council — Standing :  Edward  Collins,  Phi  Kappa  Psi,  secretary;  William  Prichard,  Phi  Kappa  Psi,  sergeant  <ii  arms;  Donald  Boruszak,  Phi 
Epsilon  I'i:  Wendell  Doolittle,  Phi  Kappa  Tau;  Frank  Clark.  Delta  Sigma  Phi;  James  Boruszak,  Phi  Epsilon  I'i :  Arthur  Stoddard,  Chi  Psi,  treas- 
urer; Donald  Horton,  Alpha  Chi  Rho :  Donald  Carlson.  Delia  Kappa  Epsilon;  John  Thompson,  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Robert  Kiesler,  Simna  Alpha 
Mm   Ronald   Meadows,  Sigma  Chi 

Seated:    Kenneth  Jacobs,   Kappa  Delta  Rho,   vice  president;  Richard  Ulake.  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon,  president;  George  Bargh,  assistant  dean  o)  men 


Interfrate 


ACACIA 
Samuel   Peak 
David  Dixon 

ALPHA  CHI  RHO 

Donald    Horton 
Ronald  Elores 

ALPHA  DELTA  PHI 
John   Reeder 
Thomas  Stifler 

ALPHA  KPSILOX    ]'l 
Norton    Gold 
Maynard  Rowe 

ALPHA  GAMMA  RHO 
Calc   Taylor 
Raundle  Ericson 

ALPHA  KAPPA  LAMBDA 
Charles  Blomquist 
ALPHA    PHI    ALPHA 
Herbert  Gibson 

ALPHA   RHO   CHI 
Leigh  Zarse 
Alberl    Francik 

ALPHA  SIGMA  PHI 
Harold  Gagel 
John  Torrillo 

ALPHA  TATT  OMEGA 
Alan    Peters 
James  Buescher 

BETA  THETA   PI 
Ronald   Peterson 
John  Cartland 

CHI    PHI 
liruno   Brn/.gulis 
Ronald  Gunther 

CHI    PSI 
Arthur   Stoddard 
Steve  Anderson 

COSMOPOLITAN 
MoKahm  Sardhn 


DELTA  CHI 
Philip   Flick 
James  Crossley 

DELTA    KAPPA    KPSILOX 
James    Penn 
Donald  Carlson 

DELTA   PHI 
Lloyd    Iverson 

DELTA    SIGMA    PHI 

Prank    Clark 
David  Templeton 

DELTA  SIGMA    PI 
Ma.\  nord    Niehnr 
DELTA  TAP    DELTA 
John  Shankwiler 
Noel  Taney 
DELTA    Pl'SILOX 
Tenney  Boyer 

FARMHOUSE 
Fred  Cooper 

Joseph   Stetson 

KAPPA  ALPHA    PSI 
Delon   Hamilton 
James  Montgomery 

KAPPA  DELTA  RHO 
Harold    Kietveld 
Robert  Jacobson 

KAPPA   SIC.MA 
Charles  Larson 
John  Berry 

LAMBDA   (HI   ALPHA 
Donald    Cordon 
David  Hill 

PHI    DELTA    THETA 
Jerry  Felmley 
Charles  Shepherd 

PHI    KPSILOX    PI 
James   Boruszak 
Donald   Boruszak 


PHI    GAMMA    DELTA 
John  Thompson 
Thomas    Felke 

PHI    KAPPA 
Charles  Wolfenberger 

PHI    KAPPA    PSI 
Warren    Woltman 
Edward  Collins 

I'll  I    KAPPA   SIGMA 
Ralph  Grauer 
Fred   Tait 

I'll  I    KAPPA  TAP 
John    Thompson 
Charles  Gautschy 

PHI    SIGMA   DELTA 
Jerome  Shaffer 

PHI  SIGMA    KAPPA 
John    Elliot 

PI    KAPPA    ALPHA 
Roberl   Webb 
Fred    Werno 

PI    KAPPA    PHI 
John   Mehlenbacher 
Donald   Freund 

PI    LAMBDA  PHI 

Myron    Levj 
Pinion    Palmer 

PSI    Pl'SILOX 

Robert  Fairbanks 

Robert  Maxey 

SIGMA  ALPHA   EPSILOX 

Robert  Albrech) 

SIGMA  ALPHA  MU 
Harvey   ( ireenstein 
.Merlon  Silbar 

SIGMA  CHI 

Ronald  Meadows 
Bryon  West 


SIGMA   NO 
William  (iratian 
William   Snter 
SIGMA    Pill    DELTA 
Jerald  Conroy 
Edward    Ka/.uk 
SIC.MA    PHI    KPSILOX 
Raj    1'ioi'kman 
Edward   Hendricks 
SIGMA   PI 
Lester  Ness 
William   Faude 
TAP    DELTA    Pill 
Norman    Perlmutter 
TAU   EPSILOX    PHI 
Roberl  Jaffee 
Eddie    Randell 
TAP    KAPPA    EPSILOX 
Joseph   Friblev 
William  O'Day 
THETA  CHI 
Gerald    Dempsey 
THETA    DELTA   CHI 
Bennett  Humphrey 
James  McCormack 
THETA  KAPPA    PHI 
Donald   Jelinek 
THETA  XI 
Donald   Pullen 
Clarence  Rogers 
TRIANGLE 
Richard   Evanson 
Stuart   Boyle 
WITAXSH  [RE 

James     Peterson 

ZETA    PSI 
Loren    Mann 
Richard   Kirk 
ZETA    BETA  TAU 
Stephen   Wolfberg 
Benjamin   Borowsky 


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Ethel  Mae  Karon,  president 


Panhellenic  is  the  governing  body  of  the 
sororities  at  the  University  of  Illinois.  It 
strives  to  achieve  a  closer  cooperation  and 
a  higher  scholastic  standing  among  the  or- 
ganized  women. 

The  presidents'  council,  which  is  com- 
posed of  the  chapter  presidents  and  the  ex- 
ecutive council,  makes  up  the  two  govern- 
ing bodies.  The  departments  covered  by 
Panhellenic  are  social,  scholarship,  rushing, 
pledge,  activity,  public  relations,  and  Shi  Ai. 

Junior  Panhellenic,  which  familiarizes  the 
pledges  with  the  organization  and  operation 
of  the  organization,  is  composed  of  pledge 
presidents. 

In  addition  to  its  other  activities,  the 
Council  sponsors  the  Fall  Pledge  Banquet 
and   the  annual    Panhellenic   Ball. 


Panhellenic  Council 


Panhellenic  Executive  Committee — Standing:  Caroline  Cramer,  Phi  Mn,  senate  representative;  Sharon  Mavhall,  Pi  Beta  Phi,  Shi  Ai  president;  Josephine 
App,  Alpha  Chi  Omega,  pledge  chairman;  Susan  Smith.  Sigma  Kappa,  assistant  pledge  chairman;  Joan  Harrison,  Delta  Gamma,  assistant  social 
chairman;  Nancy  MeCarty,  Kappa  Delia,  assistant  scholarship  chairman;  Rose  O'Neill,  Chi  Omega,  rushing  chairman;  Darlene  Svoboda,  Theta 
Upsilon,  assistant  activity  chairman;  Donna  .lean  Simenson,  Kappa  Kappa  Gamma,  social  chairman;  Janiee  Jordan,  Alpha  Chi  Omega,  assis- 
tant rushing  chairman;  Patricia  Robinson,  Delta  Gamma,  scholarship  chairman;  Joan  Bruder,  Gamma  Phi  Beta,  activity  chairman;  Betty  Berryhill, 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta,  public  relations  chairman 

Seated:  Delores  Drennan,  Alpha  Chi  Ometra.  secretary;  Barbara  Krneser.  Kappa  Alpha  Theta.  rice  president:  Ethel  Mae  Karon,  Sigma  Delta  Tan, 
president;  Janet  Wisely,  Kappa  Kappa  Gamma,  treasurer:  Dean  Mary  Jane  Klein,  Panhellenic  advisor 


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Sorority  President* — Top  row:  Barbara  Bennett,  Kappa  Kappa  Gamma;  Beverly  Dady,  Delta  Gamma;  Mary  Mifflin,  Delta  Delta  Delta:  Genevieve 
Gould,  Kappa  Delta;  Lois  Enright.  Theta  Upsilon ;  Carol  Seibert,  Pi  Beta  Phi;  Jane  Funkhouser.  Chi  Omega:  Doris  Adamson,  Alpha  Omicron  Pi: 
Virginia  Bitson,  Sigma  Kappa;  Ferol  Martin,  Delta  Zeta  ;  Jean  Ann  Pierce,  Alpha  Kappa  Alpha:  Miriam  Ernst.  Alpha  Gamma  Delta;  Ann  Younger- 
man,  Delta  Phi  Epsilon;  Jeannien  Gustavison,  Gamma  Phi  Beta 

Bottom  row:  Francis  Little,  Kappa.  Alpha  Theta;  Nina  Swain,  Delia  Sigma  Theta;  Elizabeth  Palmer.  Alpha  Phi;  Joyce  Donner,  Alpha  Chi  Omega: 
Caroline  Cramer.  Phi  Mil ;  Helga  Czerner,  Sigma  Delia  'Pan:  Ethel  Mae  Karen,  president;  Beverly  Brown.  Alpha  tielta  Pi:  Barbara  Schoeffin,  Theta 
Phi  Alpha  :  Zora  Dorfman,  Phi  Sigma  Sigma  ;  Rita  Evans,  Zeta  Tau  Alpha;  Barbara  Calisch,  Alpha  Epsilon  Phi 

Not  in  panel :    Helen  Iininonen,  Alpha  Xi  Delta 


Pledge.  Presidents — Top  row :    Martha  Kosebraugh,  Alpha  Omicron  Pi;  Helen  McFarland,  Alpha  Gamma  Delta:   Barbara  Mangier.  Kappa  Kappa  Gamma; 

Susan    Vibert,    Delta   Zeta;   Marjorie   Wiegand.    Sigma    Kappa:    Lucille   Higgins.   Delia    Sigma  Theta;   Mary  Hilton,   Kappa   Alpha   Theta;    Carol  Mae 

Godey,  Phi  Mil  :  Sara  Barry,  Chi  Omega  :  Betty  Bright,  Alpha  Chi  Omega  :  Gloria  Cohen,   Did  I  a  Delta   Delta 
Bottom  row:    Eleanor  Kraus,  Kappa  Delta:   Barbara  Nelson,  Alpha  Phi;  Elizabeth  Yanson    Gamma  Phi  Beta;  Joan  Sears.  Zeta  Tau  Alpha  ;  Judith  Finn. 

Delta  Gamma;   Martha  Hynds,  Pi  Beta  Phi;  Iris  Fegenhols,  Alpha  Epsilon  Phi;  Gloria  Berger,  Phi  Sigma  Sigma:  Ann  Nemeroff,  Delta  Phi  Epsilon; 

Janet  Schmitt,  Alpha  Delta  Pi 


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Left,  Officers —  Standing:  Robert 
Rankin.    Jennis    Bapst,    senators 

Seated:  Ross  Poggenpohl,  treasurer; 
Robert  Vinsec,  president;  Donald 
Baird,  vice  president;  Robert  Fos- 
naugh,  secretary 


Men's  Independent  Association 


The  Men's  Independent  Association  is  a  repre- 
sentative body  of  the  independent  men  on  cam- 
pus. This  student  organized  administrative  body 
enables  the  independent  men  to  influence  forrnu- 
lative  policies  affecting  student  welfare.  Each 
organized  house  of  four  or  more  residents,  sends 
a   student  to  the   representative  council. 

Incentives  and  opportunities  in  all  fields  of  stu- 


dent activity  aid  independents  and  are  provided 
by  M.I. A.  Trophys  are  awarded  for  scholastic 
achievements,  participation  in  intramural  sports, 
and  leadership  in  the  various  recreational  pro- 
grams. M.I. A.  also  has  maintained  a  very  active 
membership  in  the  National  Independent  Student 
Association. 


Faculty  Advisory  Board — Standing :    Joseph  Ewers,  Charles  Bowman,  Richard  Hnlet 
Seated:    Herber  Parber,  Calvin  Sifferd,   Karl  Seyler 


Executive  Committee — Standing:    Dean  Richard  Hulet,  Robert  Goben,  Gilbert  Callahan,  Gordon  Cash.  Robert  Rankin,  Marlyn  Gieseking,  James  Elling- 

son,  Robert  Vinsec,  Dean  Earl  Leyler,  Stuart  Devore 
Seated:    Ross  Poggenpohl,  Donald  Baird,  Robert  Fosnaugh,  .tennis  Bapst,  Bruce  I'eeke 


Monday  Conned — To/i  row:    Gerald  Totall.  Gordon  Richards,  Ross  Poggenpohl,  Charles  Rezac,   Dale  Reese.  John  Jones.  Errol  Johnson.  Richard  Hanson, 

James  Swift,  William  Wood,  William  Holladay,  Arthur  Witte 
Third   row:     Jennis   Bapst,   John   Mueller,   Ronald   Davis,    Wayne  Rhoades,   Kent   McDaniel,   Herbert  Blodgett,   Robert   Rankin,   James  Ellingson.  Robert 

Jordan,  Raymond  Kozak,  Ronald  Howard,  Bennett  Dillon.  Ronald  Peterson.  Robert  Brown 
Second   row:     Robert   Posnaugh,    Gilbert   Callahan,    Donald   Jones,   Richard   Day,   Kenneth    Prescher,   Kenneth  Krueger,   Peter  Ferguson,   Franklin    Kuo, 

Theodora  Husek,  Gerald  Hirsch,  Edward  Levin,  William  Devore,  John  Perry,  Dean  Richard  Hulet 
Bottom  row:     Leland  Thompson,  Gordon  ('ash,   Donald  Baird,  Marlyn  Gieseking,  Bruce  Peeke.  Robert  Vinsec,  Stuart  Devore.  Donald  Adkisson,  Robert 

Largent,  Jolin  Heiken,  Francis  Wachi,  Ralph  Madsen 


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Audrey  McCubbin,  president 


The  independent  women  on  campus,  liv- 
ing in  residence  halls  and  organized  houses, 
are  united  in  the  Women's  Group  System. 
House  representatives  and  presidents  con- 
stitute the  council  which  discusses  activities 
and  campus  events. 

The  purpose  of  WGS  is  to  promote  high- 
er scholastic  standing  and  to  aid  freshmen 
in  their  problems  and  interests.  Annual 
events  are  the  Watcheka  Sing,  Mother's 
Day  luncheon,  and  scholarship  and  atcivity 
teas  at  which  awards  are  presented  to  out- 
standing houses  and  individual  girls.  WGS 
helps  sponsor  activities  in  cooperation  with 
the  Men's  Independent  Association,  and 
both  publish  the  newspaper,  Indee. 


Women's  Group  System 


Executive  Council:  Janet  White,  freshman  advisor;  Joyce  White.  Carol  Firch,  Dorothy  Mielke,  social  chairman;  Mary  Danaher,  secretary;  Donna  Green, 
vice  president;  Audrey  McCubbin,  president;  Miss  Man  Harrison,  advisor;  Margaret  Dolan,  Caryl  Towsley,  scholarship  chairman;  Frances  Adams, 
activity  chairman;   Velma  Riley 

.Vo.';  in.  panel:    Joyce  Bolton,  public  relations  chairman;  Dolores  Siegert,  treasurer 


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ir.(r'..s'.  Souse  Presidents — Top  row:    Anne  Potthast,  Valerie  Ziska,  Janette  Bernhardt,  Joyce  Marcus,  Roberta  Russell,   Donna  Drew,  .Miriam  Arentsen, 

Shirley  Jorgensen,  Hetty  Perlmutter,  Marilyn  Minks.  Joan  Gold,  Ursula  Frankel,  JoAnne  Saline.  Anna  Bozis 
Second  run-:     Delores   Pinks.tpn,  Juva  Cunningham,   Donna  Harmsen,  Alice  Lakey,   Ruth  Sabine,   Margaret  Rigsbey,   Eileen  Grigalunas,   Ruth  Greener, 

Carol  Hodges.  Dolores  Sfegert,  Hetty  Priggie,  Dorothy  Sylling,  Audrey  Sonberg 
Bottom  row:    Marie  Hedeen.  Mary  McCue,  Frieda  VVallk,  Louise  Rosengard,  Carmen  Cunningham,  Barbara  Hill,  Jean  Dodd,  Darlene  Guderjan,  Florence 

Schwartz,  Lila  Rhodes,  Dons  Sandlund 


)V.a.S.   Freshman  Board — Top   row:    Janet   White.    Bette   Hammond,    Marilyn   Gillison,   Charmian  Clem.   Carol    Patterson,   Mary  Campbell,   Joan   Cold. 

Gloria  Andrews,  Lisa  Galam,  Carol  Lundin,  Martini  McQuown 
Third   row:     Reta  Miller.   Marilyn   Mehlenbacher,   Nancy  Greene.   Susan    Boyd,  Jacqueline  Aldridge,  Mary  Scherdin,   Marlyn  Ebert,  Marion   Dans.  Jean 

Kruger,  Alberta  Wolff 
Second  row:    Mary  Harrison,  advisor;  Lolita  Woodard,  Marilyn  Nelson.  Susan  Greenfield,   Beverly  Salzman,  Helene  Kaplan.  Joan  Lundstrom 
Bottom  roir :    Editlia,  Collymore,  Marianna  Wood.  Gwendolyn  Cantrell,  Carol  Firch,  .Mary  Florio,  Nina  Nilsson,  Marianne  Casey 


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Committee     Standing:      Wallaco    Reynolds,     Robert     Randall,    John    Wier,    Clifford 

Beatty,  Ross  Poggenpohl,  Doanld  Jessen,  co-chairman 
Seated:    Dunn:',  Vetter,  Prances  . Vilnius,  co-chairman;  Polly  Sanders,  Beverly  Brissen- 

den,  Lois  Johnson,  Marjorle  Headley 


All-Ag  Field  Day 


Presented  by  the  Home  Economics  and 
Agriculture  clubs,  this  annual  event  re- 
sulted in  another  huge  success.  Contests 
highlighted  the  day  with  egg-throwing, 
pant-patching,  potato  sack  races,  and 
corn-shucking,  actively  participated  in  by 
the  students.  Prof.  Karl  Gardner  won  the 
faculty  "prettiest  legs  on  south  campus" 
contest.  Muscle  bound  teams  from  Farm- 
house and  Alpha  Gamma  Rho  took  part 
in  a  tug  of  war.  The  traditional  dance 
this  year,  "Fall  Frolic,"  ended  the  festivi- 
ties with  Helen  Pierce  and  Daryle  Tegeder 
being  crowned  king  and  queen  of  the  day. 


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Senior  Ball 


Committee — Barbara  Katz.  John  Dau,  Patricia  McNeil,  Mary  Schaeflein,  co-chairman;  Glenn   Ekman, 
man;  Jean  Foyer,  Donald  Boyd 


The  Senior  Class  of  1952  held  their  traditional 
ball  in  the  Grand  Ballroom  of  the  lllini  Union 
Building  on  May  9. 

"Pathway  Through  the  Past"  set  the  theme  for 
this  spring  formal.  Trellised  roses  formed  the 
background  for  dancing  to  the  popular  music  of 
Griff  Williams  and  his  orchestra. 

Although  the  committee  had  to  overcome 
many  difficulties,  they  were,  nevertheless,  able 
to  put  on  a  successful  dance  to  be  long  remem- 
bered by  all  those  attending.  This  committee  was 
guided  by  co-chairmen  Mary  Schaeflein  and 
Glenn  Ekman. 


Junior  competition 

Hats  off  to  the  queen 


The  Hoof  and  Horn  Club  of  the  Agricul- 
ture College  sponsored  a  Society  Horse 
Show  for  Dads  Day  entertainment  in  lieu 
of  the  annual  Little  International.  The  show 
was  a  huge  success  with  a  sell-out  crowd. 
Over  one  hundred  horses  from  four  states 
were  entered  in  the  show  and  represented 
both  Western  and  Society  classes.  An  in- 
nationally  known  sheep-dog  act  was  staged 
during  the  intermission. 

This  year's  show  was  glamorized  by  seven 
beautiful  University  coeds  acting  as  queen 
and  court.  Miss  Carol  Patterson  reigned  as 
Queen. 


Beauties  and   the   lieast.s 


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Panhellenic  Ball 


'Ideal"  sorority  girls 


An  "Enchanted  Voyage  on  the  S.  S.  Pan- 
hell"  was  this  year's  theme  for  the  Panhell- 
enic ball,  held  on  November  21st.  Ray  An- 
thony's celebrated  orchestra  supplied  the 
music  for  the  capacity  crowd  at  Huff  gym. 

To  carry  out  the  nautical  idea,  an  enormous 
replica  of  the  steamship  "Panhel"  occupied 
the  center  of  the  floor  with  a  blue  spotlight 
focused  on  the  ship.  Life  preservers  with 
the  sorority  names  were  placed  around  the 
wall  of  the  gym.  Highlights  of  the  evening 
were  the  presentation  of  the  "Ideal"  sorori- 
ty girls  and  the  latest  rage,  "The  Bunny 
Hop." 


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The  lllini  Union 


Vernon  Kretschmer,  directot 


Union  Ad, 
Bottom  n, 


Is  self  supporting 

Provides  guest  rooms 

Sponsors  lllini  Union  Book  Store 

Operates  campus  Lost  and  Found 

Offers   recreation   facilities 

Maintains  food  services 

Operates  checkrooms 

Houses  campus  Information  Office 

Reserves  space  for  all  campus  meetings 

Is  center  of  student  activities 

inistration  —  Top  row:    Alice  Hurt.  Arthur  Sawyer,  Robert  McNabb,  Earl  Finder,  Irene  Pierson 
:    Martha  Irwin,  Vernon  Kretschmer,  Stella  Cameron,  Charles  Wert/. 


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Administration 


Joan  Talc,  secretary  to  treasurer;  Ralph  Butler,  treasurer;  Charles 
Andrews,  assistant  treasurer 


Union  Board — Top  row:    Stuart  Devore,  Irene  Pierson,  Ralph  Butler,  James  Boruszak,  Robert  Olander,  Robert  Mayer,  Charles  Bowen,  Helen  Brennan, 

Donna  Green 
Bottom,  ron-:     Delores  Drennan.  Sherwood  Parker,   Marilyn   Kearns,  Donald   Bohrer,   Professor  Hurry  Fuller.  Joyce  Sternanian.   Vance  Van  Tassell,  Orpha 

Crook,   Marilyn   Welsch 


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Department  of  Union  Affairs 


Major    Chairmen — Standing:      Donald    Maylath,    Ber- 
nard Borman,   Donald  Powell 
Seated :    Helga  ( V.erner.  Donald  Whitsitt,  Janet  LefE 


Upper  right:  Sub-chairmen — Standing:  Ronald 
Kampwirth,  Mary  McClellan,  Elmer  Hendricks, 
Donald  Maylath,  Joan  Dodds 

Seated:  Jane  Marsik,  Patricia  Burt,  Betty  Keefer, 
Diann   Hansen 

Lower  right:  Sub-chairmen — Standing:  Nina  Tem- 
ple, Elmer  Hendricks.  Donald  Nagel,  Claris  Bee- 
son 

Seated:  Walter  Dieckamp,  Diane  Johnson.  James  El- 
son,   Patricia  Burt 

Below:  Sub -eh  airmen — Standing:  Martha  Cluverius, 
Claris  Beeson,  Irvin  Lawfer,  Lois  G-anschow, 
Barbara  Ahrens 

Seated:  Margaret  Quish.  Joanne  Hagnauer  Dolores 
Holmes,   Phyllis  Birtwell 

Not  in  panel:    Marilyn  Miller,  Stanley  Kouth 


Department  of  Dance 


Major  Chairmen:  Mary  Heatherly.  Ira  Weinberg, 
Susan   Smith  _       ,,     _ 

Not  in  panel:  Joan  Kovitz,  Nancy  Popdl,  Suzanne 
Wood 


Upper  right:  Sub-chairmen — Standing:  Warren  Wex- 
ler,  '  Robert  Kadnik,  Constance  Cryder,  (Tail 
Thwing  „  _    . 

Seated:  Joan  Devries,  Marilyn  Mumraa,  Patricia 
Firebaugh,  Doris  Simonson 

Lower  right:  Sub-chairmen  Standing:  William 
Coverdale,  Elmer  Hendricks.  Benjamin  Farnum, 
Donald  Boruszak  . 

Seated:    Nina  Temple,  .loan   Devries,  Lois  hunt-lit 

Not  in.  panel:    Geraldine  Dillon 

Below:  Sub-chairmen — Standing:  James  Elson,  Ann 
Sternberg,  Ralph  Rosengarden,  Mary  Marmion, 
Pranklyn  Willey  .  . 

Seated:  -loan  Drucker,  Nancy  Bohn,  Patricia  iitz- 
patrick,  Judith  Konneker 

Not  in  panel:     Marilyn  Werner,   Norman  Lefton 


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Department  of  Recreation 


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<  >rpha  Crook,  director 


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Maim-  Chairmen — Standing:     Walter  Dieckamp,   Chili 

Sah 
Seated:    Betty  Terhnne.  Nancy  Barrow,  Martha  Large 
Xut  in  panel:    Donald  Bradshaw 


Upper    left:     Sub-chairmen — standing:     Joan    Holin, 

Bertil  Mattson 
Seated:    Thielma  Tirol.  Betty  McDougall 

Lower  left:    Sub-chairmen — Standing:     James  Elson, 

Leslie  Ator,  Donald  Powell 
Seated:    Constance  Cryder,  Betty  Johnson 

Below:     Sub-chairmen — Standing:     Ralph   Fessenden, 

Sheldon   Fisher.   Donald   Maylalh 
Seated:    William  Devore.  Judith  Desch,  Josephine  Leaf 
Xut    in    panel:     Rita    Kalter,    James    Friend,    Arnold 
Berkowitz 


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Department  of  Fine  Arts 


Upper   right:    Sub-chairmen — Standing :     Robert   Wil- 
liams.  Norman    Lefton 
Seated:    Kay  Bigler,  Ira   Boyar 

Lower    right:      Sub-chairmen — Standing:      Gregorio 

Zolko 
Seated:    Claris  Becson,  Patricia  Fitzpatrick 
Not  in  panel .    John  Si  rout 

Belou        Sub-chairmen  ^Standing:      Ronald     Kamp- 

wirth 
Seated.    Jean  Smith,  Doris  Simonson 


Department 
of  International  Affairs 


Major     Chairmen:      Carol     Seihert.     Janice     Rosenlier_', 

Gregorio  Zolko,  Claris  Beeson 
Sat  in  panel:    Robert  Reefer 


Upper    left:     Sub-chairmen  —  Standing:     Alan    Eirin- 

berg,   Donald  Edwards,  Robert   Kelly 
Seated:    .loan  Tate.  Carol  Peterson 

Lower  left:  Sub-chairmen — Standing :  Samuel  Sax, 
Thomas   Harvey.   Helen    limnonen,   John    Humes 

Seated:  .Tune  Weiland,  Janice  Hackbarth,  Minnie 
Machetta 


Department  of  Student  and 
Alumni  Relations 


Irene  Pierson,  social  director 


ini  Union  Social  Directors 


Social  director  and  assistants:    William  Bierbaum,  Patricia  Wirth,  Irene  Pierson,  Robert  Alexander 


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Miliar  Chairmen — Standing:    Roy  Burt,  John  McLaughlin,   Robert   Sonderskov,  Laurence  Staples 

Grace  Snyder,   Peter  Jensen 
Seated:    Diane  Campbell,  Jane  Luedtke,  Shelley  Chase,  Mary  Gerdes 


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ampus 


Chest 


Jane  Luedtke.  co-chaii 


Campus  Chest,  a  comparatively  new  or- 
ganization on  campus,  was  established  at 
the  University  of  Illinois  to  consolidate  the 
inconvenience  of  individual  student  and 
faculty  donations  to  numerous  charities. 

Each  fall  a  general  fund  drive  is  conduct- 
ed which  includes  contributions  to  all  of  the 
major  charities.  The  proceeds  from  this,  as 
well  as  from  Spring  Carnival,  are  allocated 
to  charities  recommended  by  the  Allocation 
and  Advisory  Board,  which  is  composed  of 
representatives  from  major  student  organi- 
zations on  campus. 

A  book  and  clothing  drive,  and  an  or- 
phanage Christmas  party  are  other  events 
in  the  Chest's  yearly  program  which  serve 
to  keep  all  eighty  members  busy. 


Sub -chairmen — Standing : 
Seated:    Suzanne  Cuthbert, 


roanne  Hagnauer,  John  Kitch,  Patricia  Firebaugh,  William  Gray,  Leslie  Ator,  Ralph  Grauer,  Vera  Saline.  John  Rooney 
Donna  Wilson,  Patricia  Moore,  Lorraine  Borman,  Carol  Osborn,  Barbara  Gates,  Judith  Listeman,  Cai-ol  Brown 


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Y.  W.  C  A 


Laura  Donagher,  president 


Executive  Council — Top  row:    Jean  Migley,  -lean  Weiss.  .Mary  MacTaggart,  Barbara  Victor 
Bottom  row:     Betty  Cook,   Patricia  Haselwood,   Laura   Donagher,  Carolee  Little 


College  women  are  provided  with  oppor- 
tunities to  serve  in  fields  ranging  from  com- 
munity social  service  to  international  affairs 
through  the  Young  Women's  Christian  As- 
sociation. 

The  activities  of  this  group  are  based 
upon  the  universal  "Y"  program  formula — 
worship,  study,  and  action.  They  try  to 
meet  every  possible  interest  in  such  a  way 
that  a  successful  balance  of  study  and  ac- 
tion is  attained. 


Freshman  Camp  Counselors 


cabinet — Top  row:  Elisabeth  Gregoric,  Babette  Waldman,  Vivian  Adams,  Eva  Woodall,  Betty  Vance,  Judith  Lindstrom,  Gene  Stimart,  Margaret  Conlin, 
Suo  Anderson,  Doris  Drew,  Shirley  Rodine,  Shirley  Smith,  Frances  Little.  Donna  Corydon,  Carol  Peterson.  Clare  Siewert 

Bottom  row:  Pat.  Michelman,  program  director;  Mary  MacTaggart,  Barbara  Victor,  Carolee  Little.  Laura  Donagher,  Patricia  Hasehvood,  Jean  Weiss, 
Jean  Migley,  Betty  Cook,  Eureath  White,  executive  director 

Not  in  panel:  Mary  Kent,  Barbara  Krueger,  .lane  Theim,  Elaine  Skadberg,  Eleanor  Larson.  Mary  Frank.  Shirley  Wennerstrand,  Lynda  Conch,  Patricia 
Scott,  -lean  Walker,  Knth  Nelson 


Mock   voting 


Y.  M.  G  A 


"Open  House"  of  the  University  of  Illinois 
campus  is  the  Y.M.C.A.  A  body  of  more  than 
twenty  student  committees  keeps  the  "Y"  keyed 
to  the  student  body  interest.  Professional  staff 
members,  students,  and  faculty  work  together 
to  serve  the  campus  and  community. 

The  "Y"  sponsors  a  wide  program  to  aid  in- 
coming students  and  is  a  pioneer  and  campus 
leader   in    its   international   student   program.     It 


also  publishes  the  "I"  book,  a  directory  which 
supplies  students  with  information  concerning  the 
University. 

The  Kaeser  Room  provides  a  social  meeting 
room  for  recreation  and  snacks.  Facilities  such 
as  the  modern  dark  room,  the  magazine  reading 
room,  and  the  lounges  contribute  to  the 
Y.M.C.A.'s  student  and  faculty  appeal. 


y.M.C.A    Cabinet      Tup  row:    Harold   rngalls,  John   Price,  Gordon  Leach,   David   Dixon,   Donald  Koehn,  Delmar  Wedel,  Jack  Kerridge 
Third  row:    Wayne  Woody.  Porter  Womeldorfr',  .lames  Bridgeland,  Wally  Paster,  Jack  Andrews.  Donald  Novak.  David  Ward 
Second  row:    Richard  Tarrant,  William  Novak.  Thomas  'lav  lor.  Prank  Burr,  William  Turner 
Bottom  row:    Richard  Merchant,  Richard  Thies,  Bruce  Palmer,   lay  Larson 
.YoS  in  panel:   William  Blaine,  Charles  Rickets,  Robert  Sewell 


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Debaters  and  Executive  Council — Top  row:  Alan  Strong,  David  Rerlo.  Carl  Barnharl 
Third  row:  .Stanford  Class,  Trula  Larson,  .loan  Bunnell,  Gerald  Reese,  Philip  Mahin 
Second   row:     William   Metzger,   Thomas   (Matter,    Elaine   Zidell,    John    Leskera,    John 

Pfeiffer 
r.nttitin.  row:    David  Gray,  Martin  Leance,  recording  secretary;  ( 'la i l>  Cook,  president; 

Joyce  Chaleraft,   corresponding  secretary;   Jeannette    Biedo,   George   Phillips,    vice 

president 
Not  in  panel:    Marjorie  McCormick 


Association 


The  lllini  Forensic  Association  is  open  to  any 
student  on  the  University  of  Illinois  campus  who 
is  interested  in  developing  his  speaking  ability. 
The  aim  of  the  Forensic  program  is  not  only  to 
improve  speaking  ability,  but  also  to  arouse  in- 
terest in  current  events. 

In  addition  to  regular  intercollegiate  debates, 
the  Forensic  program  includes  a  weekly  Student 


Forum  on  station  WILL  concerning  national  and 
campus  problems,  monthly  Parliamentary  De- 
bates on  current  topics  of  interest,  and  a  speech 
workshop  for  students  who  want  to  improve  their 
general  speaking  ability. 

An  executive  council  of  students,  with  advice 
from  faculty  members,  manages  the  Forensic  As- 
sociation. 


Top  row:  Prof.  Halbert,  Gulley,  Robert  Scott.  John  Pennington,  Louis  Schliselfeld,  .Madonna  Miller,  Clarence  Teagarden,  John  Strong,  William  Graham, 
Carl  Barnhart,  Robert  Phillips 

Fourth  row:    Earl  Kesler.  Robert  Tomasson,  Eugene  Maynard,  Richard  Leiser 

Third  row:  Thomcs  Pinfgeld,  Faozy  Tenn,  Marjorie  McCormick,  William  I'hillis,  Richard  Kirchberg,  .Maureen  Murphy,  Patricia  Monroe.  Joyce  Chal- 
eraft, Janet  Cox.  Lucille  Buzelli,  Terez  Miller,  Joan  Bonnell 

Second  row:  Elaine  Zidell,  Alan  Strong,  Mannis  Harvard.  Eleanor  Bohacek,  Jack  Leskera,  Thomas  Clatter.  Trula  Larson.  Phillip  Mahin,  Arthur  Floyd, 
John   Howard 

Bottom  row:  David  Berlo,  (Jail)  Cook.  William  Metzger,  Stanford  Glass,  David  Cray.  Earl  Rubin,  Gerald  Reese.  John  Pfeiffer,  George  Philips,  Martin 
Leance 


Robert  Wold,  associate  edito 
Caroline  Rees,  associate  editor 


Top  row:    Sarah  Dienst,  Jacquelyn  Gale,  Robert  Gebhart,  Myron  Weiner,  Dolores  Brence 
Second  row .    Carole  Truckenbrod,  Betty  Priggie,  Sara  ECnodell,  Susan  Olmsted,  Vera  Saline 
Bottom  row  .    Janice  Sieben,  Emiiy  Ward,  Ann  Keith,  Carol  Andrews.  Mary  Jackson,  Lynda  Couch 

ZV'oi    in  panel:     ('and   Krause    Gail   Furnall,    Eric   Stallin.   Robert   Carper,    Dorothy  Rosecrans,   Clara  Downs,  Marshall  Blankenship,   Gwendolyn  Tyner, 
Constance  Kull,  Mary  Malantis 


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io  Editorial  Staff 


The  1952  lllio  editorial  staff  under  the 
leadership  of  editor,  Richard  Smith,  and  as- 
sociate editors,  Caroline  Rees,  Wanda  Bash, 
and  Robert  Wold,  have  organized  this  an- 
nual showing  life  on  the  campus  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois.  These  senior  editors  plan 
the  work  of  the  lllio. 

The  lllio  is  composed  of  six  sections,  Ac- 
tivities, Chicago  Campus,  Organizations, 
Residences,  Seniors,  and  Sports,  which  are 
supervised  by  eleven  junior  editors.  These 
junior  editors  direct  and  plan  the  work  for 
the  Freshman  and  Sophomore  staff  members 
who  type,  file,  crop  pictures,  write  copy  and 
plan  layouts.  The  Freshmen  and  Sophomores 
are  trained  at  a  workshop  held  in  the  spring. 


Top  row.    James  Stewart,  Frank  Laraia,  Sara  I.mi  Mefford,  Jane  Wolfersheim,   Phyllis  Birtwell,  Phyllis  Bellamy,  Joann  Scoggins,  Ronald  Ayotte 

Third  rou      Joan  Johnson,  Audrey  Kutilek,  Marilyn  Gaiischow,  Carolyn  Meyer,  Margorie  Willke,  Carol  Coulter,  1-ois  Mora,  Jimmie  Polley 

Second  row:    Judy  Martin,  Arlene  Elliotte,  Carol   Phillippe,   Margaret  Francis,   Patricia   Larsen,   Vivienne  Rose,  Carol   Peteflsh,  James  Lemke 

Bottom   row:    Jean   Dinsdale,  Carolyn    Hurton,   ShiH<-\    Green     Elaine  Skadberg,  Alice  Turner,   Kay   Robinson,  Marjorie  Headley,  Georgia  Miller.  Bruce 

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Staff 


The  lllio  Business  Staff  as  its  all-important 
job  plans  and  regulates  the  budget  for  the 
lllio.  1953  saw  Chuck  Kustner  as  Business 
manager  with  Bert  Rosecrans  and  Bill  Gross- 
er as  Associate  managers. 

The  Junior  staff,  who  handles  the  general 
office  work,  is  made  up  of  three  major  parts 
— advertising,  finance,  and  sales.  The  fresh- 
men and  sophomores  of  the  lllio  have  the 
responsibility  of  selling  the  book  and  doing 
such  general  office  work  as  filing  and  typing. 
These  students  work  to  create  a  wider  dis- 
tribution and  to  keep  the  popularity  of  the 
lllio  high. 


Junior   business   manager — finance:     Margaret    Birtwell,    Gloria   Trader, 
Shirley  Rodine 


Ned  Jeni.son,  Tom  Bender,  assistant  editors 


Joan   Solomon,   Marilyn   Meyer,  assistant  editor.'. 


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Editorial  Staff 


The  Daily  lllini,  now  in  its  82nd  year,  is 
governed  and  edited  entirely  by  a  staff  of 
students.  Not  only  campus  news,  but  im- 
portant local,  national,  and  world  affairs 
are  covered  by  the  newspaper. 

Operated  by  the  lllini  Publishing  Com- 
pany, the  newspaper  owns  its  own  mechan- 
ical department  and  editorial  offices.  At 
The  Daily  lllini,  students  may  gain  experience 
in  writing  copy,  editing  wire  news,  and  mak- 
ing up  editorial  pages. 


unior  copy  editors:    Jane  Punkhouser,   Nancy 
McGill 

wnior  copy  editors:    Shirley  Smith,  Janet  Bar- 
ker 


Donald  Dodds,  sports  editor 

Sports  staff — Standing:    Louis  Keesey,  Robert  Blanchard,  Gordon  Williams, 

Stanley  Slusher,  William  Schroeder,  Herbert  Thompson 
Seated:    Donald  Dodds 


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Daily  Mini 
Circulation  Staff 


The  circulation  staff  of  The  Daily  Mini  is 
in  charge  of  the  distribution  of  the  news- 
paper on  campus  and  to  out-of-town  sub- 
scribers. 

The  staff  is  divided  into  two  groups.  All 
clerical  work  and  service  to  subscribers  is 
handled  by  the  offices  staff,  while  the  pro- 
motion staff  solicits  all  subscriptions  and  has 
charge  of  the  mail  and  delivery  service. 


Junior  Circulation  Managers:    Sharlene  Mayer,  Margaret  Pool 


Circulation  Staff:    Eileen  Sampson,  Mary  Marshall.  Ernestine  Dewhirst.  Donna  Dice,  Mary  Campbell 


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Junior    advertising    managers — Standing:     Robert    Trumbull,    William    Ar- 
nold, John  Hoyt,  Larry  Chapman 
Seated:    Lavaun  Sehild,  Sharon  Mayhall,  Marlyn  Kasson 
Not  in  panel:    Lois  Gualano 


Daily  lllini 
Advertising  Staff 

The  solicitation  and  layout  of  advertise- 
ment is  handled  by  the  advertising  depart- 
ment of  The  Daily  lllini.  This  staff  also  offers 
special  services  to  the  advertisers  and  se- 
lects the  best  type  of  ads  for  the  individual 
advertisers. 

The  advertising  staff  is  divided  into  two 
groups,  display  and  classified  ads.  Each 
group  is  responsible  for  the  ads  which  fall 
into  its  classisfication. 


Standing:    Richard  Flores,  Stuart  Bert,'.  Randall  Cox,  Sarah  Allen,  George  Wilson.  Robert  Nichols.  William  Sieveking 
Seated:    Shirley  Engelbreeht,  Carol  McElhany,  Carolyn  Willms,  Nancy  Miller.  Sally  Zang 


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Prof.  Frank  Schooley,  chairmai 


ini  Publishing  Company 


The  lllini  Publishing  Company  is  a  corporation 
of  the  State  of  Illinois  for  the  purpose  of  printing, 
publishing,  and  distributing  all  official  student 
publications. 

Four  students  are  nominated  by  the  Student 
Senate  and  elected  by  the  board  for  two-year 
terms.    Four  faculty  members  are  appointed  by 


the  President  of  the  University  upon  recommend- 
ation by  the  Dean  or  Students  for  four  year 
terms  without  compensation. 

Its  current  publications  are:  The  Daily  lllini, 
lllini  Rural  Observer,  The  lllio,  Illinois  Techno- 
graph,  and  WINI. 


lllini  Publishing  Company  Board  of  Directors — Standing:    Thomas  Sleeman,  Gene  Wallace,  Prof.  Roberl  Mautz,  Jean  Weiss 
Seated:    Prof.  Manning  Seil,  Prof.  Jessie  Heathman,  Prof.  Frank  Schooley,  Mary  Crawford 


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Allen   Vejar,  edito 


Eric  Aaga  ar d ,  business 


Technograph 


The  student  publication  representative  of  the 
Engineering  Department  is  the  Technograph. 
Published  monthly,  the  Technograph  includes 
coverage  of  all  engineering  fields.  Special  re 
ports  by  staff  members  and  well-known  specialists 
are  included   in   each   issue. 


Editor  Allen  Vejar  and  Business  Manager  Eric 
Aagaard  manage  the  Technograph  in  conjunction 
with  the  activities  of  the  Engineering  Council. 
The  activities  of  the  publication  itself  afford 
valuable  experience  both  in  technical  journalism 
and  in  modern  enginering  practice. 


Technograph  Staff — Top  row:    Armand  Andre,   Norman   Zeter.   Paul  LaViolette,   Oliver  Smith,   Richard   Hodges.   Charles  LaRobardier,  Roger  Funk, 

Robert,  Hardin 
Second  row:    Roger  Bishop,  Donald  Kesler,  Martin  Goldstein,  Melvin  Rudich.  Thomas  Brody,  Maurice  Garnholz.  David  Cohn 
Bottom  row:    Tom  Madden,  Robert  Sehrader,  Eric  Aagaard,  Allen  Vejar,  Peter  Cattapan,  Howard  Hadler,  Bruce  Cook 
Not  in  panel:    Thomas  Tucker,   Warren  Brandt,   Paul  Hutchinson,  Lee  Grossman,  Ken  Kolence.  Herbert.  Gross.  Duane  Loofbourrow,  Morton  Miller, 

John  Hines,   Robert  Barrett,   William  Yario.  Hugh  Busey,  Henry  Kalapaca,  Bruce  Burgess,  John  Wilson,  Clark  Ganger,  Thomas  Roach,  Donald 

Hamann,  Robert  Neiman,  Robert  Bohl.  Paul  Hudson,  Owen  Livermore 


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Standing :    Hubert  Keefer,  business  manager 

Seated:    James  Ross,   managing  editor;  Bertil  Matt  son,  circulation  manager 

Not  impanel:    Joyce  Bolton,  women's  editor 


The  lllini  Rural  Observer 


The  lllini  Rural  Observer  is  a  semi-monthly 
newspaper  published  by  the  students  in  the  col- 
lege of  agriculture.  The  paper  offers  the  stu- 
dents interested  in  agricultural  journalism  and 
business  administration  an  excellent  opportunity 
for  practical  experience.  The  Observer's  staff 
members  this  year  were  Vance  Van  Tassell. 
editor;  James  Ross,  managing  editor;  Joyce  Bol- 


ton, women's  editor;  Bertil  Mattson,  circulation 
manager,  and  Robert  Keefer,  business  manager. 
The  Observer  brings  news  of  student  and 
faculty  activities  to  the  entire  "lllini  farm  family" 
composed  of  alumni,  students,  faculty,  farmers, 
county  agents,  and  state  businesses  allied  with 
agriculture. 


Top  row:    Alan  Yungbluth,   Irvin   Lawfer,  William  Whitfield,  .lames  Ash,  William  Baird,  Merritt  Sprague,  Vance  Van  Tassell.  James  Ross 

Fourth  row:    Ronald  Clayton,  Donald  Huftalin,  Join,  Bailey.  Walter  Tarleton,  Bertil  Mattson,  Robert  Keefer 

Third  ran-:    Orval  Kerchner,  Robert  Pearson,  Merle  Miller,  Roberta  Beimfohr,  Carol  Towsley,  Ivan  Lawfer,  Paul  Rieke 

Second  row:    Jack  Nordin,  Robert  Foster.  Mildred  Heischmidt,  Leona  Webb.  Joyce  Bolton,  Richard  Vial.  Dale  Hewitt 

Bottom  row:    James  Crossley,  Ronald  Fink.  Bertha  Sternberg,  .lames  Meyer,  Viva  Moody,  Martha  Prather,  Robert  Faith 


mm, 

Above  :    Frank  Slepicka,  photo  chief 

heft:    Robert  Feldman,  assistant  photo  chief 


Photographic  Staff 


The  photographic  staff  is  a  unit  working  inde- 
pendently of  any  campus  publication.  It  is  direct- 
ly responsible  to  the  board  of  directors  of  the 
lllini  Publishing  Company  and  has  exclusive  cov- 
erage of  events  for  all  four  of  the  major  lllini 
periodicals;  The  Daily  lllini,  the  lllio,  the  Techno- 


graph,  and  the  lllini  Rural  Observer. 

From  lllini  Hall,  where  both  the  office  and  lab- 
oratory of  the  photographic  staff  are  located, 
the  photo  chief,  Frank  Slepicka,  and  the  assistant 
photo  chief,  Robert  Feldman,  direct  the  activi- 
ties and  the  picture  coverage. 


James  Fischer,  Tucker  Nason,  Gustave  Weber,  Paul  Howe.  William  Breitweiser 


ini  Theatre  Guild 


General  student  staff  managers:    James  McCormaek,  Margaret  Schlemmer 


Illini  Theatre  Guild  Board:     Laurence  Schectman,  James  McCormaek,  Prof.  Cameron  Gullette,  Robert   Painter,   Frank  Willey,  Prof.  Joseph  Scott,  Sara 

Davison 
Not  in  panel:    Margaret  Schlemmer,  Prof.  Karl  Wallace,  Prof.  Aimer  Knight 


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The  lllini  Theatre  Guild  offers  ample  op- 
portunity to  gain  responsibility  and  recogni- 
tion on  campus  to  students  interested  in  any 
phase  of  dramatic  arts.  The  Guild,  through 
its  major  productions,  offers  opportunity  not 
only  to  actors,  bus  also  to  those  interested 
in  costuming,  design,  construction,  publicity, 
or  business.  New  members  of  the  Guild  al- 
ternate between  these  crews  in  order  to 
gain  experience  ;n  all  fields. 

This  year  the  Guild  presented  six  major 
productions  selected  from  both  contempor- 
ary and  classical  sources.  There  are  three 
types  of  workshops,  the  actors'  workshop, 
the  the  showcase  workshop,  and  the  play- 
writers'  workshop.  The  Guild  also  presents 
a  series  of  plays  for  the  Festival  of  Contem- 
porary Arts. 


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Departmental    student    staff    manage 
Janet  Steam 


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Departmental  student  staff  managers:    Margaret  Turnbow, 
Herschel  Alperin 


Assistant    managers:      Patricia    Alfonsi,    Diann    Hansen. 
Alien  Woelfersheim,  Marie  Garvey,   Harriet   Beaudoin 

National  Collegiate  Players — Standing:  George  Gunkle, 
Prof.  Joseph  Scott,  Robert  Painter.  Prof.  Wesley 
Swanson 

Seated:  Clara  Behringer,  Joan  Noble,  Genevieve  Richard- 
son 

Not  in  panel:  Rex  Gillette,  Margaret  Schlemmer,  Sara 
Davison,    Marilyn    Helm 


Associate  managers — Standing:    Daniel  O'Connell,  Allan  Bohon 
Seated:    Margery  Weiss.  Julia  MacKnight,  Barbara  Barnes 


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Departmental   student   stuff   managers 
Camille  Kirchner 

Departmental    student    stuff    manager 
Dorothy   Hartigan 


Shirlev    (liesecke 


Lvnette     How 


Assistant  managers — Tap  ran-:  Fred  McDowell,  Roger 
Carlson.  Loren  Mann,  Andrew  Ekblaw,  Douglas  Hur- 
ley 

Second  ran::  Lenore  Glanz,  Ruth  Greener,  Betsy  Byrns, 
Marietta  Ill-others,  Mrs.  Robin  Burrow,  Miriam 
Behrens 

Bottom  row:  Marie  Melville,  Lorraine  Borman,  Marylon 
McGowan,  Judy    Desch,  Marilyn   Mayer 

Professional  stuff — Standing:     Robert   Cagle.   George   Mc- 

Kinnej ,  Joseph  Golden 
Seated       Joseph    Hazzard,    Genevieve    Richardson,    Robert 

Leake 


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The  Time  of  Your  Life 


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The  Lady's  Not  for  Burning 


All  University  Forum 


Faculty  Members 

Quincy  Howe,   chairman 
Horace  Gray 
Harold  Hannah 
Joseph  Smiley 
Fred  Turner 
Josef  Wright 


Student  Members 

Jane  Hayes 
Arlen  Large 
Thomas  Rose 
Alan  Strong 
Stephen  Wolfberg 
Wayne  Woltman 


Headed  by  Associate  Professor  Qu'ncy 
Howe,  the  All  University  Forum  committee  an- 
nually brings  to  the  University  renowned  speakers 
who  deliver  lectures  and  lead  panel  discussions 
on  topics  of  current  importance. 

In  February,  1952,  "What  Went  Wrong  in 
Iran"  was  discussed  by  Henry  F.  Grady,  ambas- 
sador to  Iran  in  1950.  Mr.  Grady  has  been  U.  S. 
trade  commissioner  in  Greece. 

Marquis  W.  Childs,  well  known  Washington 
news  columnist,  appeared  at  this  University  in 
November,  1952,  to  discuss  "The  Presidential 
Campaign  of  1952."  Mr.  Ch'lds  received  the 
Sigma  Delta  Chi  award  for  Washington  corres- 
pondents in  1944,  and  ;n  1951  he  was  presented 
with  the  award  for  distinguished  service  in  jour- 


nalism from  the  University  of  Missouri  School  of 
Journalism. 

In  November,  1951,  United  States  Senator, 
Blair  Moody,  spoke  on  "A  Program  for  Survival." 
Senator  Moody  was  a  newspaper  man  for 
twenty-eight  years  prior  to  his  becoming  a 
Senator. 

John  C.  Caldwell  appeared  in  July,  1952,  to 
present  "A  Cris's  in  the  Far-East."  A  former  at- 
tache at  the  embassy  in  Seoul,  Mr.  Caldwell  is 
now  a  special  consultant  for  the  Department  of 
the  Army  on  Korean  problems.  He  also  holds 
a  position  as  Deputy  Director  of  the  United 
States  Information  Center  in  Korea.  The  Forum 
also  brought  Julian  Bryan  to  the  University. 


Committee — Standing:    Wayno  Woltman,  Jane  Hayes,  Alan  Strong,  Arlen  Large 
Seated:    Thomas  Rose,  Quincy  Howe,  Stephen  Wolfberg 


Star  Course 


Junior  managers:    Mary  Jane  Pishel,  James  Pritchard 


0 ,  ana  Enters „«  Board:    Prof.  Sherloc,  Swann,  Prof.  C.  C.  D.Long.  Prof.  Morris  Carte,  John  Aipers,  Prof.  Helmut  Render,  Wayne  Thomas, 

Prof.  Rubin  Colin.  Robert  Sonderskov,  Robert  Armstrong 


Star  Course 


The  Star  Course  is  the  student  organiza- 
tion which  presents  a  series  of  concerts  and 
programs  featuring  famous  professional  art- 
ists and  entertainers  in  the  fields  of  music, 
dance,  and  drama.  The  group  works  in  co- 
operation with  the  University  Concert  and 
Entertainment  Board. 

The  two  senior  managers  are  the  over-all 
directors  of  the  Star  Course.  Working  di- 
rectly under  them  are  junior  managers  who 
supervise  publicity  and  advertising,  sell  tick- 
ets, and  make  necessary  arrangements  for 
presenting  concerts.  The  sophomore  man- 
agers usher  at  all  the  concerts  and  work  in 
the  Star  Course  offices.  The  freshman  staff 
members  also  serve  as  ushers. 


Top  row:  Richard  Branom,  John  Henderson,  Charles  Shepherd,  Clarke  Woodruff,  Hale  Bartlett,  Arnold  Paolasini 
Second  roic :  John  Juergensmeyer,  Barbara  Schedel,  Richard  Stream,  Catherine  Cartland.  Judy  Gerstenberger 
Bottom  row:  Mary  Marinion,  Ruth  Andrews,  Joan  Gruenewald,  Roberta  Beimfohr,  Emily  Beggx,  Carol  Csborn 
Not  in  panel :    Leon  Chong,  Charles  Andrews.  Nancy  Boruszak,  Ernestine  Hanks 


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Top  row:    Eric  Stattin,  Charles  Ricketts,  1  eonard  Gardner,  Jack  Olson,  Lano  Frank 

Second    row:     Larry   Cross,    Marjorie   Willke,    Leslie   Ator,   Alice   Mitchell,    Harvey   Greensten,    Henry    Dougherty 

Bottom  row  :    .Mary  Malantis,  Emily  Ward.  Dora  Fishel.  Valerie  Kilburn,  Nina  Temple,  Lois  Taylor 

Not  in  panel :    Peggy  Anderson,  Phyliss  Hasse.  Joann  Pergrem,  Mary  Rigney,  June  Birgerson 


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Paul  Young,  director 


John   Bryden,  director 


Musical  Organizations 


The  Men's  Glee  Club,  the  University  Choir, 
the  Oratorio  Society,  the  University  Chorus,  the 
Women's  Glee  Club,  and  the  Jun'or  Men's  Glee 
Club  are  among  the  musical  organizations  at  the 
University  of  Illinois.  All  are  under  the  direction 
of  Professor  Paul  Young  and  Profesor  John 
Bryden. 

Among  the  activities  of  the  Men's  Glee  Club 
this  year  were  a  tour  of  the  state,  a  concert  for 
the  Peoria  Association  of  Commerce,  and  parti- 
cipation in  the  Christmas  and  Spring  Concerts. 


The  University  Choir  appeared  with  the  Chicago 
Symphony  Orchestra,  on  a  television  program 
on  WGN-TV,  and  also  took  part  in  the  Christmas 
Concert.  The  Choir's  programs  were  highlighted 
by  Stravinsky's  "Les  Noces"  and  William's  "Flos 
Campi". 

The  Oratorio  Society,  under  the  direction  of 
Leopold  Stokowski,  appeared  in  the  premier  of 
Montiverdi's  "Vespro  Delia  Beate  Virdini".  This 
spring  the  Society  gave  Verdi's  "Reguiem". 


University  Choir — First  sopranos:     Mary  Collins,   Shirley   Erickson,   Dolores  Gillian.   Ernestine  Hanks.   Marilyn  Jones.   Charlotte  Millbrook.   Florence 
Przywara,   Dolores  I'ebele 
Second  sopranos:    Mary  Benscoter,  Ann  Blout,  Enid  Ewing,  Patricia  Larsen,  Fay  Magnisalis,  Evelyn  McCreery,  Ann  Murphy.  Jean  Myer,  Nancy  Nickol, 
Jane.  Reed,  Romeyn   Schrock,  Wilma  Stack,  Marilyn   Welsch 
Firs!,  altos:    Phyllis  Anderson,  Sandra  Anderson,  Carolyn  Bostic,  Naomi  Brausch.  Nancy  Broaddus,  Gayle  Goodin,  Ruthann  Greer,  Peggy  Hoover,  Doris 

Knox,  Florence  Kraabel,  Delina  Mills,  Jane  Rendleinan.  l.ora  Small.  Irene  Theodore 
Second  altos:     Marjorie  Ash,   Merle  Brown.  Julia  Gerstenberger,  Roxane  Kaniin,   Faith  Mitrovich,  Jantina  Noorman,  Janet  Olson,  Joan  Pantke.  Anna 

Williams.  Marilee  Winger 
First  tenors:    Burton  Anderson,  Kermit  Breen,  James  Briggs,  Jack  Hugh.  John  Murphy.  Donald  Semon,  Jack  Wirtz 

Second  tenors:    John  Anderson.  James  Campbell,  Jerry  Caress.  Charles  Dunn,  Norman  Madison,  Donald  Paul,  Paul  Pizner,  David  Rouse 
Firs.:  basses:     Clyde  Barth.    Leonard    Behling,   Gordon    Bengston,   William  Burnett,  Charles  Cassey,   Sheldon   Littell.  Socrates  Photopulos.  Jack  Reynolds. 

DeWayne  Richardson.  Robert  Strough.  Louis  Xigogianis 
Second  basses:    William  Collins,  Donald  Holt,  William  McNier,  Richard  Olson,  William  Perenchio,  Richard  Schwalbe,  John  Sharp.  James  Smith,  Philip 
Smith.    David  Williams 


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First  sopranos:     Diane  Bracy,   Mary  Collins,   Constance  Curtin,  Janette  Dillavou,   Barbara   Dwight,  .lean    Edwards,   Mary   Eilbracht,   Sara    Hardeman, 

Charlotte   Millbrook,    Marilyn    Minks,    Ann    Murphy,    Marilyn    Nelson,    Ruth    Norby,    Mary    Price,    Mary   Roberts,    Ann    Roe,    Dorothy    Sniilet,    Carmen 

Stelzriede,  Dolores  Uebele,  Barbara  Weir.  Susan  Winchester 
Second  sopranos:     Marika  Adam,    Bernice  Aimer,   Janet    Belyea,   Janice   Belyea,   Mary    Benscoter,   Ann   Blout,   Naomi   Brausch,   Floweree   Brown,   Aileen 

Carlson,  Joanne  Chorpening,   Pearl  Helms,  Annahelle  Hubbard,  Fay  Magnisalis,  Monna  Mayeila,  Betty  Rose,  Marilyn  Silverman,  Frances  Stravinsky, 

Patricia  Waller,  Judith   Wells 
First  altos:    Sandra  Anderson,  Ilene  Piana,   Ellen  Dempsey,  Sally  Emrich.  Gayle  Goodin,  Elizabeth  Jenner,  Martha  Johnson,  Rose  Kinnear,  Jean  Kruger, 

Doris  Lundahl,   Myra  Lytle,  Joanna   McBride,   Delina  Mills,  Jane  Rendleman,  Joy  Thomas,   Roma   Underwood.  Janice  Woods.  Betty  Yankwich 
Second   altos:     Linda   Allen,    Beverly    Bouwsma,    Elizabeth    Beberman,    Lois   Brighton.    Dorothy   Cender.    Yerna    Finder,    Emma    Finey.    Elaine   Hall,    Doris 

Hertenstein,   Barbara  Hill,   Fern   Hodge,  Alice  Hudecek,   Edith  Jones,  Jean   Kellom,   Peggy  LaRowe,  Mary  Little,  Joyce  MacDonald,  Edith  Matthews, 

Dorothy  Meier.  Barbara  McCriininon.  Marcia  Nock.  Lorraine  Robe,  Virginia  Sargent.  Hattie  Winrield.  Caroline  Wolfe 
First   tenors:     James   Bartell.    Kermit    Breen.    Carl   Carter,   Charles  Clark,    Stuart    DeVore,   Carroll   Green,    .Ned   Levy.   Robert   Lincicombe,   Francis   Nock. 

Oliver  Rice,  Sol  Spiegelman,  Andrew  White 
Second  tenors:     Robert   Cays,    Lancer  Cooper,   Carl   Drumheller,   Charles  Dunn,   John    Ferwerda,    Kenneth   tietz,    Paul  Jones,   Don   Lanier.  Gerald  Miller. 

Walter  Ross,  Eugene  Silveri.  Ellis  Swadley,  Gerald  Swartz,  Richard  Tolley,  Jack  Wirtz.  David  Wolfe,   Douglas  Wolfe 
First  basses:     George  Anner,  John   Boyce,   Harry  Brearley,   David   Brown,   William  Burnett.  James  Deckel'.   Rupert    Evans.  John   Helper,   Eugene  Holliiian. 

William   Kreuger.   Sheldon   Littell,   Arthur   Lundahl,   John   Martin,   Howard   Mueller,   David   Orr,   Don   Richie.   Berndt   Schertzer.   Carroll   Wentworth. 

Robert  Wood 
Second    basses:     Leonard    Behling,    William    Collins,    Charles    DeCamp,    George    Duff,    Donald    Eddie,    John    Heller.    Donald    Hendrickson.    John    Kennedy. 

Robert  Kidder,    Francis   Logan,    Paul  MrKittrick,   Carroll   Mover,   Robert  Olmsted.   Richard  Olson,   Earl  Reitan,   Donald  Rockholm.  Wesley  Sehwengel. 

John  Strout,  Donald  Van  Horn,  Walter  Young 


Oratorio  Society 


University  Chorus 


Sopranos:  Ruth  Albers,  Lucile  Allen,  Libby  Anderson,  Marian  Blakely,  Elizabeth  Bond,  Shirley  Breidenstein,  Suzanne  Dehm,  Jean  Dinsdale,  Kathryn 
Ditter.  Jeanne  Dundon,  Barbara  Dwight,  Iva  Eadie.  Dorothy  Englebretsen,  Margaret  Ferguson.  Shirley  Heinz.  Mildred  Heischmidt.  Donna  Hentz. 
Carol  Hofmann,  Alice  Hudecek,  Lois  Johnson,  Stephie  Kiniak,  Doris  Klausmeyer,  Virginia  Lange.  Martha  Messner,  Edith  Mitchell,  Ineda  Mont- 
gomery, Margaret  Moore,  Joanne  Moyer.  Jean  Peterson.  Alice  Price,  Floy  Rowland,  Mary  Stark,  Lucia  Tweedie,  Dolores  Uebele,  Mary  Wahl. 
Patricia  Waller,  Mary  Walters,  Janet  Wolfson,  Sue  Woods,  Sherry  Zweig 

Altos:  Barbara  Arnold,  Lois  Atchison.  Avis  Ball,  Nancy  Brewster,  Nancy  Broaddus,  Frances  Brooks.  Robin  Burrow,  Grace  Byrne,  Carolyn  Campbell, 
Barbara  Ciszek,  Janis  Coale,  Natalie  Davis,  Eve  Edelstein,  Glenda  Emrich,  Sarah  Gain,  Judith  Gilman,  Toby  Greenberg,  Mary  Hall,  Doris  Hender- 
son, Barbara  Henley,  Delores  Hickman,  Ruth  Hochschild,  (iloria  Homer,  Nancy  Jackson,  Carolyn  James,  Rhoda  Kodish,  Barbara  Kudlich,  Kathleen 
Lantz,  Joyce  Marcus.  Jacquelline  Muller,  Dottie  Picken,  Roberta  Player.  Marion  Pytlik,  Shirley  Radant.  Ruth  Rboerts,  Doris  Sandlund,  Karyl 
Sellmyer,  Janet  Shissler,  Ann  Smith.  Barbara  Standard.  Pauline  Tooker,  Dorothy  Trotter.  Ruth  Van  der  Steeg,  Shirley  Weber 

Tenors:  Jay  Allen,  Willard  Anderson.  George  Belli,  Craig  Christensen.  Arthur  Floyd,  John  Gill,  Marvin  Girardeau,  George  James.  Donald  Janssen,  Paul 
Johnson.  Edward  Lantz.  Wayne  Lichtenberger,  Geoffrey  Mottershead,  Dino  Pezzato.  William  Schowalter,  Robert  Vonderohe,  James  Walton,  Elvin 
Warrick,  James  Williams,  Joseph  Yasutake 

Basses:  Edmond  Anderson,  Ferd  Anderson,  James  Anderson,  Paul  BartO,  Walter  Baumgartner,  Caul  Bornholt,  Harrington  Brearley.  Thomas  Brennan, 
Robert  Brewster,  Donald  Brotherson,  Robert.  Clark,  Joseph  Curatilo,  Fred  Davis,  James  Day.  Robert  Eherhart.  Robert  Emmons.  Elliott  Fein,  Elvin 
Follett,  Jaime  Gonzalez,  Joseph  Green.  William  Hagemeyer,  Danny  Hare.  Richard  Henderson,  Wesley  Hougsted,  Donald  Johnson.  David  Koval. 
Floyd  Kruenegel.  Joseph  Lindstrom,  Herbert.  Marable,  Paul  McKittrick,  Thomas  Morgan,  George  Nero.  William  Pflaum,  Socrates  Photopulos, 
Milton  Radant,  Arthur  Reynolds,  James  Roberts,  Berndt  Schertzer,  Hugo  Schmidt,  Walter  Shaw,  Byron  Shinn,  Ralph  Thienian,  Kenyon  Tweedell. 
Willis  Umtieet.  Eugene  Van  Winkle,  Charles  Wolfe,  Peter  Yankwich 


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Firs.,   tenors:     James   Bartell,   Clifford    Beatty,   Carl  Carter,   Craig  Christensen,  Charles  Clark.    Fred   Pricker,    Hewitt   Hafer,   George   Hockman,   Richard 

Koebler.   Don   Lichtenberger,  William  Lundberg,  Gerald   Medlar,  Theodore  Morrison,  Lester  Ottinger,    Donald  Semon,  Andrew    White 
Second    tenors:     John    Anderson,   Arthur   Avischious,    John    Brown,    Robert   Cays,    Keith    Daniel.    Charles   Dunn,   John    Panning,    Kenneth   Getz,   Williams 

Howard,   Vernon  Jacobson,  John   Kiest,  Don  Lanier.  Roger  Little,   Norman   Madison.  John  Muerle,  James  Ranson,  Wayne  Root,  Walter  Ross,  Robert 

Salberg,  Richard  Sharer,  James  Shook,  Eugene  Silveri,  Donald  Smith,  Alvin  Warren,  John  Wirtz 
Baritones:     Robert   Adams.    Clyde    Barth,    Allen    Bradley.    Charles   Cassey,    James    Decker.    Richard    Elliott,    David    Ethridge,    Lloyd    Fray.    Sheldon    Littell. 

Fred   Ottingei",   Robert   Pinkerton,   Todd   Batzesberger,   Richard   Rieger,   Robert   Schnurstein,    Richard   Selleg.   Leonard   Walberg,   Wilfred   Watkins, 

Walter  Williams.  Robert  Wilson.  Louis  Xigogianis.  George  Zuurbier 
Basses:     Rue]    Becker.    Don    Eddy.   John    Frey.    Howard   Getz.    Burton    Grant,    Benjamin    Henry.    Larry    Kettlekamp,   Calvin    Kinsey.    Frank   Laria.   John 

Larson,    James    Meyer,    Roy    Ogasawara.    Richard    Olson.    Robert    Palmgren,    Thomas    Bowers.    Jack    Rinedollar,    Fred    Robison,    Donald    Rockholm, 

Richard  Szhwalbe,  Dennis  Serdahl,  John  Sharp.  James  Smith.  Edmund  White.  David  Williams.  Ronald  Wisthuft 


Men's  Glee  Club 


Women's  Glee  Club 


First  sopranos:  Joan  Anderson.  Laura  Chadwick,  Betty  Charleson,  Jeanne  Dundon,  Tressa  Friedman,  Carole  Fnhrken,  Betty  Hadley,  Joyce  Hunter, 
Jane  King,  Marianne  Kreiling,  Karen  Knsenda.  Carol  McCarthy,  Hazel  Mendenhall,  Floy  Rowland.  Margaret  Tracy,  Cynthia  Traughber.  Dolores 
Uebele.  Patricia  Waller.  Mary  Wehner,  Helen  Wilson 

Second  sopranos:  Barbara  Bornstein.  Patricia  Brandt,  Naomi  Brausch,  Barbara  Connor,  Eleanor  Eisenstein,  Marie  Garvey,  LaDorothy  Graves,  Carol 
Halverson,  Bette  Hammond.  Shirley  Heinz.  Mary  Huntwork,  Sandra  King,  Joan  Melco,  Celia  O'Keefe,  Marilyn  Petrini,  Marie  Pierobon.  Elaine 
Presvelos,  Jean  Richardson,  Janice  Selle,  Judy  Thomas,  Anne  Toles,  Mary  Walters.  Judith  Zink 

Firs:  altos:  Nancy  Ainm.  Jean  Carol  Ayson.  Ann  Brannan,  Marie  Faso,  Eileen  Frieberg,  Jo  Ann  Gleen,  Ruth  Graber,  Ruth  Ann  Greer,  Jane  Greene. 
Norma  Linkow,  Carol  McCradie,  Lucille  Martis.  Ruth  Metzler,  Marilyn  Mieher,  Janet  Moeller.  Eileen  Sampson.  Barbara  Standard.  Bertha  Stern- 
berg, Constance  Tazewell,  Doris  Vogt,  Cynthia  Wallace,  Rhoda  Willey,  Marilee  Winger,  Jolene  Winsauer 

Second  altos:  Linda  lee  Allen,  Archalene  Amos,  Anne  Bages,  Mary  Baird,  Rita  Evans,  Sidnetta  Garrett,  Audrey  Kramen,  Lois  Lundy,  Bobbe  Nelson, 
Caryl  Neuhaus.  Joan  Noble.  Roberta  Russell.  Lois  Smith.  Carol  Steere,  Toh-Bee  Tan.  Mary  Tappero.  Sally  Walker 


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Top  row :    Wayne  Reynolds,  Clyde  Sydnor,  Denis  Smaage,  Thomas  .Tones,  Robert  VVonderohe 

Third  row :    Walter  Baumgartner,  Donald  Hnftalin,  Robert  Emmons,  Sheldon  i  ittell 

Second  row:    Richard  Hess.  Millard  Darnall,  Donald  Garland,  Paul  Curtis,  Charles  Cassey 

Bottom  rote:    Doris  Sandlund,  accompanist;  John  Gill,  Richard  Kinter,  David  Rouse,  Kermit  Breen,  director 


Junior  Men's  Glee  Club 


Sinfonietta 

eorgo  Andrix,  Myrian  Baker,  Robert  Becker,  Jerrie  Cadek,  Carthur  Criss,  Dorsey  Davis,  Jerry  Gold,  C 
larilyn  Koucky,  David  Jloore,  Verdean  Neill,  Constance  Ogan,  Martha  Parker,  Charles  Pencoff,  Eugen 
iynearson,  Leonard  Samuels,  William  Scutt,  Carol  Selle,  Rachel  Sheils,   Peggy  Stone,  John  Whelan,  Charle 

.obert  Zarboek 


'harles  (Jove.  David  Hamilton,  Vera  Hilgert, 
iii.gci.e  Priest,  Frank  Pytlik,  Lois  Ritchie,  Nancy 
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Symphony  Orchestra 


The  University  of  Illinois  Symphony  Orchestra 
is  open  to  students,  townspeople  and  faculty 
members  from  the  University  at  large.  The  or- 
chestra's main  purpose  is  to  provide  free  music 
to  those  people  who  have  no  access  to  live 
orchestral  groups. 


One  of  the  main  affairs  of  the  year  was  the 
orchestra's  performance  at  the  Festival  of  Con- 
temporary Arts  wiih  Max  Rostol,  one  of  Eng- 
land's violinists,  as  soloist.  They  also  played  un- 
der the  direction  of  Leopold  Stowkowski. 


First  violins:  Myrian  Baker,  Robert  Becker,  Jerrie  Cadek,  Charles  Covey,  Carthur  Criss,  Dorsey  Davis.  Michael  Eitel,  Mary  Kelly,  Constance  Ogan. 
Jose  Otis,  Lois  Ritchie,  Nancy  Rynearson,  Leonard  Samuels,  Robert  Schumacher,  William  Scutt,  Peggy  Stone.  John  Whelan.  Second  violins:  Grace 
Beckett,  Shirley  Cartinan,  Frances  Coleman.  Ruie  Harris.  Broil  Kalita,  Lois  Kilbnrn,  Nola  Knight,  Natalia  Kochan,  Betty  Krahn,  Nancy  McCarty,  Ver- 
dean  Neill,  Eugene  Priest,  Paul  Roberts.  Audrey  Schulz,  John  Sheperd,  John  Shroyer,  Miriam  Smith.  Joan  Stouffer,  Ann  Winters.  Violas:  George 
Andris,  Jack  Ergo,  Marilyn  Koucky,  Angela  Kreider,  Robert  Neill.  Charles  Pencoff,  Frank  Pytlik,  Charles  Weiser,  Edward  Wilcox,  Robert  Zarbock. 
Violoncellos:  Jerry  Gold,  Allen  Gove.  Guinevere  Jones.  Elsie  Krumpe,  Mary  l.angdon.  Martha  Parker.  Carol  Selle.  Geraldine  Starr.  Roberta  Weingart. 
String  basses:  Stephen  Allfrec.  Edith  Brockman,  Richard  Hagen.  David  Hamilton.  Robert  Howell.  David  Moore.  Rachel  Sheils.  Harps:  Marjorie 
Schlamp,  Marleno  Shepard.  Flutes:  Wayne  Combs.  Rita  Evans.  Glen  Riggin.  Mary  Rigney.  Piccolo:  Rita  Evans.  Oboes:  Richard  ISaum.  Carolyn 
Hauptman,  Shirley  Krull,  David  Ledet.  English  horn:  David  Ledet.  Clarinets:  Mary  Armstron.  William  Huntington.  Ronald  Simmons,  George 
Townsend.  liass  clarinet:  Wanda  Hamm.  Bassoons:  Lucile  Grant,  Harold  Greinke,  Robert  Koper.  Contrabassoon :  Harold  Greinke.  Horns: 
David  Habley,  John  Howe.  Donovan  Olson,  William  Michael,  Wayne  Phillips,  Ronald  Tro.jack.  Paul  Vance.  Trumpets :  Kenneth  Bloomquist,  Glenn 
Mortonson,  Robert  Van  Nuys.  Trombones:  Charles  Rogers.  Walter  Ross.  Loyd  Settle.  Tuba:  Kent  Campbell.  Timpani:  Jack  McKenzie.  Percussion: 
Mervin  Britton,  William  Clark,  Michael  Colgrass,   Barbara  Roby.     Piano  and  celeste:    Marjorie  Schlamp.     Organ:    Paul  Pettinga. 


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Concert  Band 


The  Illinois  Concert  Band,  directed  by  Mark 
Hindsley,  is  the  highest  perfection  of  University 
of  Illinois  bands.  Students  of  high  musical  profi- 
ciency and  who  desire  symphonic  band  music 
compose  this  band. 


This  year's  highlights  include  the  University 
Band  Clinic,  Anniversary  Concerts,  and  a  con- 
cert in  Chicago's  Orchestra  Hall.  Furthermore, 
the  band  participated  in  the  University  Festival 
of  Conic. ipoiary  Arts. 


Clarinets :  Mary  Armstrong,  Barbara  Baxter,  Leonard  Behling,  Betty  Bond,  Robert  Bradbury,  Vincent  Chorne,  Jerry  Filip.  James  Flynn,  John  Poster, 
Harvey  Hermann,  William  Huntington,  Roy  Johnson,  Larry  Kreitner,  Joseph  Lenart,  Ruth  MacDonald,  Nathan  Levine,  Keith  McCarty,  Austin  Mc- 
Dowell. Frank  Preizner,  Donald  Reichel,  James  Russell,  Emerson  Shultz,  Ronald  Simmons,  Edwin  Smith,  Thomas  Storr,  George  Townsend,  David 
VanDoren,  Clarke  Woodruff.  Bass  clarinets:  Curtis  Brady,  Richard  Colwell,  Marshall  Erickson,  Kenneth  Fahshender,  Wanda  Hamm,  James  Prit- 
chard.  Contrabass  clarinets:  Ivan  Davis,  Ted  Morrison.  Thomas  Tucker.  String  basses:  Stephen  Allfree,  Edith  Brockman,  David  Hamilton.  Grace 
Sexton.  Harp:  Margaret  Griggs,  Marlene  Shepard.  Flutes  and  piccolos:  Barbara  Budde,  Wayne  Combs.  Charles  DeLaney,  Robert  Dixon,  Rita 
Evans,  Georgia  Hall,  Mary  James,  Ruth  Moyle,  Glen  Riggin,  Jane  Rigney,  Gerald  Stone,  Wayne  Thomas,  Charles  Wolf,  Betty  Worrel,  Robert  Wykes. 
Oboe:  and  English  horn  :  Richard  Donohoe,  Carolyn  Hauptman,  Herbert  Keuhne,  Beverly  Toussaint.  Bassoons  and  contrabassoon  :  Iva  Eadie,  Lucile 
Erickson,  Harold  Greinke,  Robert  Koper,  Russell  Pugh,  Raymond  Shawl.  Saxophones:  Robert  Adams.  Herbert  Bayley,  James  Cobb,  Barbara  Zander. 
French  horns:  Joanne  Ciiorpening,  Carolyn  Foy.  David  Habley,  John  Howe,  Van  Nicolai,  Donald  Olson,  Wayne  Phillips,  Donald  Schnepper,  Ronald 
Trojcak,  Paul  Vance.  Celeste:  Robert  Neill.  Cornets:  Kenneth  Bloomquist,  Jacquelyn  Brown,  Angelo  Cucci,  Richard  Hall,  Robert  Merideth,  Wil- 
liam Myrick,  Donald  Paul,  George  Reynolds,  Haskell  Sexton,  Richard  Tolley.  Trumpets:  Leroy  Duncan,  Milton  Mojzis.  Glenn  Mortenson,  Robert 
\  an  Nuys.  Trombones :  Ted  Garrison,  Donovan  Hough,  Tomas  Hyde,  Eldon  Oyen,  Gordon  Palmer,  David  Pierce,  Robert  Rasmussen,  Loyd  Settle. 
Baritones:  James  Blood,  Sally  Emrich.  Mark  Foutch,  Charles  Runyon,  William  Worrel.  Tubas:  Kenton  Campbell,  Richard  Henderson,  Myron  Mc- 
Iain,  William  Morris.  Mary  Rasmussen,  Leroy  Tun gett.  Timpani:  Michael  Colgrass.  Percussion :  Mervin  Britton.  William  Clark,  Richard  Malmgren. 
Jack  McKenzie,  Robert  Neill,  Paul  Price. 


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First  Regimental  Band 


The  first  Regimental  band,  conducted  by 
Everett  Kisinger,  is  the  training  organization  for 
the  Concert  band  and  forms  part  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  Illinois  Marching  band. 

The    band    participates    in    the    Annual    Band 


clinic  as  a  laboratory  for  band  directors  from  all 
over  the  nat'on.  The  First  Regimental  band  also 
plays  on  WILL  broadcasts,  at  important  military 
ceremonies,  and  in  the  spring  participates  in  the 
twilight  concerts. 


Ruth  Albero,  David  Albert,  Ray  Allen,  Gary  Anderson,  Mitchell  Bender,  Sam  Hleier,  Don  Bokenkamp,  Herbert  Brantley.  Charlotte  Hiinn,  James  Burdett. 
Roy  Christmann,  Richard  Cowart,  Richard  Dellert,  Mini  Eddy,  Donn  Edwards,  Jane  Edwards,  James  Erkman,  Douglas  Parr,  James  Ferguson,  James 
Finley,  Frank  Sheldon,  Marvin  Friman,  Charlene  Geminn,  Ralph  Getz,  David  Gran,  John  Greenwood,  Betty  Hammond,  Marshall  Harris,  Ben  Henry, 
John  Henry.  John  Hill,  John  Howard,  Charles  Howell,  Richard  Hull,  Robert  Jorgenson,  Orville  Kimball,  Charles  King.  Noel  Labiriskil,  Don  Lee, 
Howard  Leftwich,  Robert  Leslie,  Lylo  Lewinson.  Jean  en  ne  Loar,  David  Mann,  Jerry  McDaniel,  John  Morgan,  Frank  Morton,  JoAnn  Neburka,  Robert 
Nelson,  Charles  Netzel,  Bill  Oven,  Janet.  Penneman,  Keith  Prater,  Jerome  Price,  .Mary  Richmond,  Ray  Richner,  Harold  Robertson,  Paul  Rossack,  Bob 
Runyon,  Erwin  Schawacker,  William  Shaw,  Carl  Shock.  William  Sieveking,  Robert  Smith,  Warren  Smith.  Ronald  Standerfer,  Carol  Stewart.  Mary 
Sturii.  Norman  Thorpe,  Eugene  Urbaniec.  Gerald  Valier,  Robert  Verhaeghe.  Robert  Vieregg,  Richard  Vierling,  Ralph  Vinson,  George  Votrube,  Gerald 
Ward,  Wayne  Weber,  Bob  Wiss,  Herbert  White.  Martin  Whited,  Lowell  Woodstock 


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Second  Regimental  Band 


Composed  for  the  most  part  of  Freshman  and 
Sophomores,  the  Second  Regimental  Band  is  an 
important  part  of  the  University  of  Illinois  Bands. 

Each  year  a  sizeable  number  of  its  members 
are  selected  to  become  part  of  the  Football 
Band.  Its  many  other  activities  include  playing 
for   pep   rallies,    military   ceremonies,   the  annual 


Band  clinic,  Mothers  Day  Weekend,  and  WILL. 
Director  Lyman  Starr's  Second  Regimental 
Band  serves  as  a  training  organization  for  the 
First  Regimental  and  Concert  Bands.  Members 
are  promoted  when  improvement  is  shown  and 
vacancies  occur  in  the  other  bands. 


Terry  Akagi,  Stephen  Allfree,  George  Andrix,  Gerald  Bachman,  Thomas  Bone,  William  Burnett,  Ronald  Clasky.  Fred  Cooper,  Robert  Cowan,  Roger 
Derby.  John  Dickson,  Darrel  Dunn,  Gerald  Eisenstein,  Dan  Eller,  James  Ferguson,  Bano  Frank,  Curtis  Gabbard,  Richard  Gramann.  David  Gran,  Floyd 
Greinei",  David  Hamilton,  John  Haney,  Richard  Henderson.  John  Herschelman,  Hervey  Hicks.  Robert  HightoNver,  Harold  Hildenbrand,  Jack  Holt, 
Edward  Hook.  Edward  Hubbard,  George  Huffman.  Harold  Jaffe.  Ri(hard  Jollil'f.  Robert  Jorgensen,  John  Kampmeier.  William  Kellenberger,  Herbert 
Kerce,  Allen  Kleinbeck,  William  Knop.  Norman  Kraus.  Claude  Band,  John  Banner,  Gerald  Beavitt,  Donald  Bee,  John  McDaniels,  Myron  McBain,  Clark 
Morris,  Robert  Nelson,  Gordon  Ortlep,  Robert.  Peters,  Donald  Pinkus,  Arthur  Price.  Richard  Rankin.  Thomas  Reck.  Sheldon  Rosenberg.  Walter  Ross, 
John  Saner,  Robert  Schoeppel,  Gerald  Sewell,  Maurice  Shepherd,  Eugene  Sloniker,  Michael  Stillerman,  Eugene  Stouffer,  Virgil  Sutton.  Duane  Tesdall, 
William  Thomas,   Judith  Toler,   Stephen  Trclease,    David   Weaver.    Bobbie  Weiss.   Sherman   Weiss,  John    Westall,  Crawford   Woody,  William  Zartman 


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During  the  1952  football  season,  the  175- 
piece  University  of  Illinois  football  band, 
oldest  and  largest  in  the  nation,  was  host  to 
the  Purdue,  Ohio  State,  and  Northwestern 
bands,  and  traveled  to  Wisconsin  for  the 
game. 

Highlighting  the  season  was  the  farewe 
appearance  of  Glenn  C.  "Rusty"  Bainum, 
retiring  Northwestern  band  director  and  Il- 
linois alumnus.  Bainum  directed  the  Illinois 
band  in  one  of  his  own  arrangements  at  the 
Northwestern  game.  At  the  Ohio  State  and 
Northwestern  games,  the  lllini  bandsmen  en- 
tered to  the  march  music  from  the  movie 
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The  Armed  Forces  sponsors  . 


Uncle   Sam   needs  vou  ! 


The  ROTC  at  the  University  of  Illinois  is  an 
outgrowth  of  the  Morill  Land  Grant  Act  of  1868. 
This  act  provided  public  land  to  those  colleges 
offering  courses  in  the  agricultural  fields  and  in 
the  mechanical  arts  on  the  condition  that  a 
course  in  military  science  be  made  compulsory. 
Under  present  University  policy,  all  able-bodied 
male  students  must  complete  two  years  of  train- 
ing in  one  of  the  three  ROTC  programs. 

Today,  that  offspring  has  developed  into  one 
of  the  largest  military  training  organizations  of 
its  kind  in  the  country. 

The  Army,  oldest  of  the  ROTC  branches,  has 
expanded  to  a  twenty-seven  company  brigade. 


Armed  Forces  Covmcil — Top  row:     Daniel  Drish,  James 
Bottom  rim':    Captain  O.  H.  Dodson,  Colonel  M.  A.  Hatch, 


A  staff  of  twenty-one  officers  and  twenty-two 
enlisted  men  supervise  the  nine  separate  branches 
of  the  Army  ROTC. 

The  Naval  Unit,  established  in  1947,  is  com- 
posed of  the  regular  students,  selected  through 
examination  and  given  University  scholarships, 
and  the  contract  students,  taking  Naval  Science 
courses  leading  to  commissions  in  the  Naval 
Reserve. 

"I  he  latest  addition  to  the  ROTC  program  is 
the  Air  Force,  which  was  organized  in  1949.  This 
branch,  composed  of  nineteen  sguadrons,  in- 
structs its  cadets  in  four  options. 


Hannagan,  George  Kmiotek.  Charles  Wheeler,  John   Norton.  William  Miller 
Colonel  H.  I>.  Davidson 


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Military  Council — Top  ''«"■  :    Kir-hard  Webber,  Joseph  Henderson,  Ernest  Diewald,  Alan  Higgins,  Robert  Rankin,  Melvin  Rapp,  George  Kmiotek 
Bottom  row:    .Tame:.  Bunting,  Donald  Potter,  Clyde  Fisher,  Charles  Wheeler.  Morris  Sacks,  Robert  Shaw 


The  Army 


I  he  Army  "R.O"  is  the  grand-daddy  of  the  three 
R.O.T.C.  branches  at  the  U.  of  I.  At  present,  it  func- 
tions under  the  guidance  of  Colonel  Melton  A. 
Hatch.  Working  with  him  is  a  staff  of  forty-three 
regular  army  officers  and  enlisted  men. 

From  Colonel  Hatch's  staff  through  the  Military 
Council,  the  advanced  corps,  and  in  turn,  the  basic 
cadets,  co-operation  and  military  efficiency  is  the  by- 
word. The  cadet  has  a  choice  of  nine  fields,  any  of 
which  will  eventually  lead  to  a  commission  in  the  U.S. 
Army  Reserves. 


At  ttir  left :   Carolyn  Emons,  the  Army  sponsor 


Ilritmiic  stuff:  Cliarles  Wheeler.  George 
Kmiotek,  Donald  Potter,  Philip  Mueller, 
George  Moore,   Richard   Webber 


Distinguished   Military  Students — '/'"/)   row:     Duane   MeCurdy,   Ronald   Strawn,   Robert   Rankin.   Robert   Drew.   Irving   Bemoras,   James  Schuldt,  Roger 

Brooke,  Thomas  Ullom,  William  Selig,  Charles  Palmer 
fourth   row:    John   Kuller,   Donald  Hehnrei -h.  Lowell  Getz,   Bryce   Peterson,   Herman   Lukow,  Joseph   Henderson,   Bruce  Frazier.   Donald  Grill 
Third  row:    Kenneth  Jacobs,  George  Kmiotek.  Robert  Balzhiser,  Melton  Hatch.  Jr.,  Richard  Fell.  George  Blakely,  James  Bredar,  William  Keller.  Ronald 

Shelton.  John  Seiler,  Walter  Lucas 
Second   row:     Hewitt   Hafer.    Louis   £eleznikar,    Ralph   Gray,   Charles  Gardner,    Victor   Moravek,   Herbert  Koelling,   Kenneth    Pearce,    Herbert    Heilawa, 

James  Sampson.  Emil  Diewald,  Donald  Buske,  James  Plynn 
Bottom  row:     Donald   Stoetzel,   Harris   Berenbaum,    Philip  Gates,   Donald   Potter,   Edward   Hynds,   Wilbur  Bunting.  Charles  Wheeler.  Alan   Higgins,    Paul 

Quillman.  William  Rusch,  Jerome  Clauser,  Myron  Levy.  Melvin  Rapp 


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Service  with  a  .smile 


Laying  the  groundwork 


never  a  dull  moment 


A  far  cry  from  summer  camp 


The  Air  Force 


Very  close  unity  is  exhibited  by  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois  detachment  of  the  Air 
Force  ROTC.  This  is  due  largely  to  the  close 
harmony  within  the  Air  Force  Wing  Staff, 
headed  by  Colonel  Harvey  Davidson  and 
Cadet  Colonel  Jack  Norton. 

The  cadet  officers  act  in  an  advisory  ca- 
pacity and  are  responsible  for  setting  and 
regulating  policy  for  the  entire  Air  Force 
detachment. 


Jack  Norton,  cadet  colonel 


Air  Force  Council — Standing:  Ralph  Rosengarden,  Elmer  Gerlarh, 
William   Miller.   Richard   Riley.   Robert    Foxall.   Conway  Graves 

Seated  :  Joseph  Klapkowski,  Roy' Gordon.  John  .Norton.  Jerry  Crist, 
Kenneth  Shanklin 


Air  Force  Faculty 


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Air  Force  Senior  Class 


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and  even  somewhere  i"  Texas 


Delores  Kotsiakos,  the  Navy  sponsor,  with  Captain  0.  H.  Dodson 


Battalion  Staff :    George  Angus,  Robert.  Gallagher,  Daniel  Urish, 
.faincs  Hannagan,  Edwin  Birkhimer,   Roderick  MacLeod 


The  Navy 


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Daniel    Urish,    hattalion   commander 


In  order  to  promote  better  officer-men 
relationships,  the  NROTC  unit  has  commit- 
tees which  aid  the  regular  chain  of 
command. 

Serving  in  a  coordinative  capacity,  the 
Navy  Council,  which  is  composed  of  mid- 
shipmen of  various  classes  and  regular  Navy 
officers,  promotes  the  welfare  of  the  various 
unit  activities. 

The  work  of  this  council  typifies  the  spirit 
and  efficiency  which  permeates  the  Naval 
unit. 


Navy  Council  —  Hear:  Robert  Hall. 
Arthur  Schiller,  Daniel  Urish,  Richard 
Bemis,  William  Collins.  Wintield  Sam- 
uelson.  Front:  Jerome  Keefe,  Donald 
Mender,  James  Hannagan,  Thomas 
Felke,   Dale  Kaiser. 


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Rifle  Team  — Top  row:  Sergeant  Ar- 
thur Bradshaw,  Royle  Heyle,  Brady 
Harris.  Gerald  Pricker,  Richard  Bemis. 
Bottom  run-:  Lenox  Muret,  Charles  Mc- 
Bride,   Robert   Mooney.    Daniel   Urish. 


Yardarm  Staff — Top  rote:  James 
Davis.  Second  row:  Charles 
Morr.s,  Roderick  MacLeod,  Gus- 
tavo Weber.  Bottom  row:  Wil- 
liam Ahlenius,  Ronald  Ksper, 
Paul  Adesko. 


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Glee  Cluh. ■  Sidney  Heyman,  James  Avery,  Robert  Kelly. 
William  Hegemeyer,  Dalo  Kaiser,  John  Struthman.  Thomas 
Madden.  James  Anderson 


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ORGANIZATIONS 


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onoranes 


Nearly  every  college  in  the  University  has  one 
or  more  honoraries  bringing  together  the  stu- 
dents who  have  high  scholarship  or  recognizing 
those  who  are  outstanding  in  their  particular 
field.  Some  of  these  societies  are  chapters  of 
national  organizations,  while  others  are  local  so- 
cieties springing  from  the  University  itself. 

Some  of  the  purposes  of  these  honoraries  are 
to  encourage  scholarship,  cooperation,  friend- 
ship, and  achievement,  and  to  promote  leader- 
ship, service,  research,  the  high  ideals  of  the  pro- 


fession,   and    a    greater    understanding    of    the 
subject. 

In  addition  to  furthering  the  interests  and 
development  of  specific  vocations,  these  honor- 
aries provide  closer  social  and  professional  com- 
panionship for  their  members.  These  profes- 
sional interests  provide  opportunities  for  appli- 
cation of  practical  experiences  in  the  respective 
fields  and  stimulate  personal  associations  which 
will  prove  valuable  in  post-college  endeavors. 


All  l^^r^rv^     Dei     *os*ers  scientific  research  in  the  fields  of 

/Alprla     l\3pp3     l    SI     commerce,  accounts,  and  finance 


Top  row  :    Ronald  Flores,  Waller  Cabehart,    Bruce    Palmer,  Joseph  Klapkowski,   William  Myrick.   Prof.   Hiram  Scovill,   Prof.   Robert   Mayer.   Prof.    Pem- 
broke Brown 
Third   row:     Wayne  Thomas,   Richard   Davison,   Earl  Jacobson,  Charles  Covey,    Prof.    Paul   Van   Arsdell,    Donald    Powell.   Hale   Newcomer 
Second   row:     Charles  Gardner,    Henry   Evers,   Albert    Dielrick.   Robert    Zalatoris.    Donald    Bohrer,   Leon    Helms.    Don   Mender,   William   Savage 
Bottom    row:     Charles   Rockwood,   James   Hanley.    Jerome   Clanser.   president;   Carl   Blase,    vice   president;   William   Beuttler,   secretary;   Bill   Lankenau, 

treasurer;  Edward  Lynn,   Louis  Olivero 
Not    in    panel:     Richard    Anderson.    Charles   Andrews.    Donald    Baird,    Edward    Bottomley,    Robert    Brown.    Robert    Drew,    Clive    Follmer,    David    Frisbie, 
Waller   Kurth,    Robert    Demersal,    Lester   Ness,    Robert    Riggins,    Robert    Thompson,   John    Trares,    Fred    WernO,    Cecil    Worrells 


Independent  sophomore  women  who  have 
been  outstanding  in  house  and  campus  acti- 
vities and  have  a  scholastic  average  of  3.35 
or  better  are  selected  for  membership  in 
Alpha  Chron,  the  activity  honorary  for  in- 
dependent  sophomore   women. 

Established  in  October,  1948,  Alpha 
Chron  has  encouraged  further  participation 
in  campus  activities  and  participated  in  pro- 
grams designed  to  stimulate  leadership 
among  both  members  and  other  students. 
Members  of  Alpha  Chron  are  ushers  for 
Dad's  Day  Stunt  Show  and  hostesses  at  the 
Women's  Group  System  scholarship  tea. 
Every  year  during  Mother's  Day  weekend, 
Alpha  Chron  sponsors  Watcheka  Sing,  the 
independent  women's  sing. 

The  symbol  of  Alpha  Chron  is  a  clock  sur- 
rounded by  a  date  book  and  wings.  It 
signifies  fleeting  time,  efficiency,  and  friend- 
ship. 


Officers      Top  run-:     Velma   Riley,   vice  president;  Dean  Mary  Harrison,  ad- 
visor;  Dorothy  Mielke,  president 
Bottom  row:    Frieda  Wallk,  secretary 


Alpha  Chron 


Top  roir:    Joyce  Pickard,  Patricia  Pavlis,  Phoebe  Manuel.  Shirley  Wheeler.  Beverly  Blua 

Third  row:    Mary  Hull,  Marlene  Shepherd,  Doris  Knox,  Betty  Priggie,  Elinor  Leaking.  Ruth  Nelson 

Second  row:     Helen  Rossetti,  Joyce  Underhile.  Sherle  Olson,  Wilma  Hickman.  Betty  Hadley,  Pearl  Hanebutt,  Barbara  Lowis 

Bottom  row:    Rita  Smith,  Catherine  Waldman,  Audrey  Braverman,  Beverly  Hill,  Debbie  Stern 

Not  in  panel:    Elizabeth  Gregoric,  Ernestine  Hanks,  Ann  Matthews,  Martha  Parker,  Shirley  Rodine 


Officers;  Robert  Pence,  treasurer;  Will 
man,  nVi  president;  Richard  Gosswiller, 
Prof.  Charles  Sandrage,  advisoi 


Novak,   president;   Donald   Col 
zretary ;   Prank  Senger,  advisor; 


Alpha  Delia  Sigma  is  a  national  honorary 
advertising  fraternity  with  student  chapters 
in  most  universities  throughout  the  United 
States.  Its  purpose  is  to  stimulate  interest 
in  advertising  and  to  promote  superior  qual- 
ity in  advertisements.  Alumni  chapters  serve 
to  give  professional  aid  to  ex-collegians  by 
presenting  an  environment  wherein  newcom- 
ers in  the  field  of  advertising  may  meet  and 
converse  with  men  well  established  in  their 
field. 

The  Charles  H.  Dennis  chapter  at  Illinois 
was  re-activated  in  1947.  Frank  Senger, 
manager  of  the  Mini  Publishing  Company, 
is  local  adviser  and  regional  chairman  of  all 
midwestern  chapters.  President  of  the  local 
chapter  is  William  Novak. 

The  only  requirements  for  initiation  are 
that  the  student  have  an  active  interest  in 
advertising  and  a  3.5  scholastic  average. 


Alpha  Delta  Sigma 


Top  row:    John  McGuire,  William  Mindak,  Hunli  Sargent,  George  Gandrau,  Lee  Stark 

Second  ran  .    Philip  Kaplan,  Robert  Somerfeld,  Howard  Gordon,  Marvin  Klein,  David  Heneberry 

Bottom  row:    Robert  Pence,  treasurer;  Donald  Colman,  vice  president;  William  Novak,  president;  Richard  Gosswiller,  secretary 

Not  in  panel:    David  Hefter 


Top  run-:  Judith  Desch,  Diann  Hansen,  Carole  Myers,  Beverlj  Chubat,  Marilyn  Mumma,  Mary  Malantis,  Miriam  Behrens,  <  lans  Beeson,  lime  Stimart, 
Mary  McKee,  Doris  Knox,  Kathryn  Kile.  Evelyn  McCreery,  \'ija  Liepins,  Roberta  Player,  Marilyn  Nelson 

Third  row:  Ernestine  Dewhirst,  Barbara  Neal,  Dolores  Holmes,  Elinor  Lueking,  Wilina  Hickman,  Patricia  Moore,  Donna  Wilson,  Rhoda  Dunn,  Geral- 
dine  Taymor,  Peggy  Anderson,  Gail  Fnrnall,  Nancy  Wilkison,  Cynthia  Dolan 

Second  row:  Joan  Searing,  Lorinda  Freeman,  Ernestine  Hanks,  Constance  Knll,  Diane  Johnson,  vice  president;  Gwen  Peterson,  president;  Shirley 
Wennerstrand,  Marjorie  Willke,  treasurer;  Joyce  Pickard,  secretary ;  Rutli  Andrews,  Emily  Ward 

Bottom  row:  Jean  Dinsdale,  Shirley  Stewart,  JoAnn  Davidson.  Margaret  Pool,  Jane  Thiem,  Marylon  MeGowan,  Lanrellen  Porter,  Marjorie  Ornellos, 
Dorothy  Kaganich,  Roberta  Skolnick,  Deborah  Gollub,  Joyce  Underhilc 

Not  in  panel:  Leslie  Ator,  Clara  Downs,  Frances  Friddle,  Eileen  GolD,  Doris  Griva,  Harriet  Hutchings,  Winifred  Kirk,  Carol  Krause.  Doris  Krull.  Marie 
Melville,  Carole  Myers,  Marjorie  Oplatka,  Sandra  Schwart,  Maxine  Slack,  Davida  Solomon.  Sandra  Smith.  Susan  Winchester,  Mary  Young,  Ethel 
Allard.  Eleanor  Allen,  Diane  Barkei,  Sylvia  Hulaing,  Zina  Berman,  Barbara  Bluege,  Audrey  Brande.  Marietta  Brothers.  Estelle  Bnder,  Myrna 
Campbell,  Elizabeth.  Gregoric,  Dorothy  Gross,  Arlene  Hershman,  Delores  Hickman,  Joanne  Hoover,  Gwen  Kagy.  Adrienne  Keller,  Ann  Kramet- 
banei'.  Patricia  Larsen,  Marian  Leftwich,  Mania  Leuchter,  Marilyn  Lewis,  Mary  Litherland,  Charlene  Lynch,  Eillen  Maloney,  Betty  Owstao,  Lila 
Parker,   Martha  Parker,  Gloria   Parinos,  Joan   Patterson,  June  Peterson,  Clare  Siewart,   Nancy  Sifferd,  Joyce  Singer,   Sherry  Zweig 


recognizes    scholastic    attainment 
among  freshman  women 


Alpha  Lambda  Delta 

Alr^k^    Tr%tw    Alnk^    develoPs  a  professional  spirit  among  fu- 
/VILIIla      I  all    /VILUld    fure  teachers  of  agriculture 

Top  row:    Donald  Pepper,  Banta   Bundy,  Jesse  Keyser,  Ravonne  Dowell,   Donald   Hopwood,  August  Kunkel,  Wcyne  Kern.  Jewel  Jenne,  Eldon  Axipperle, 

John  Rodeffer 
Second  row:    Ronald   Peters,   Elmer  Gerlack,  Steve  Kingry,  Raymond  Koontz,  Paul  Carey,  . lames  Bennett,  Leon   Hallberg,  Ezra  Aberle,  Richard  Ewbank 
row:     Charles    Rjzer,   Robert    Largent,   second   vice   president;    Harold    Holier.   James    Bliler,   first    vice   president:   George   Von    Lanken,   George 


Holt, I 

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Not  in  panel:    Richard  Vetter,  secretary 


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Lander,  president;  Henry  Riechman,  Gordon  Beck.  Prof.  John  Weiss,  advisor 

James   Ranson.   treasurer ;   Robert   Alexander,  Jerry  Crist.    Dale   Bury,    Mustafa    Badran.   Wendell    Bader 


Top    row:     Eldon   Greenwood,    Ryland    Webb,   Ravonne   Dowell.   Donald   Hopwood,   William   Cunningham,   Elmer  Gerlaeh,   Fred  Cooper.  Robert  Keefer, 

Paul  Moe 
Second    row:     Gerald   Pox,   Milton    Brown,   Henry    Barnhart,   James   Bennett,   Merritt    Sprague,   Joseph   Stetson,    Elmer  Hendricks,   Donald  Griffith,   John 

Clayton 
Bottom  row:    Dean  Anderson,  Theodor  S<  hreyer,  Cletus  Schertz,  treasurer;  Richard  Vetter,  president;  Donald  .lessen,  vice  president;  Kenneth  Dubrovin. 

reporter:  William  Honore.   Darrell  Jessen 
Not  in  panel:     Donald   Adkisson.   Gerald    Bachman,   Gilbert   Callahan.   Robert    Doilson.   Dale  Feaster.   Robert   Fields,  John   Jacus,   George  Lewis.   William 

Martin.    Thomas   Maudlin,    Charles   Rogers,    Edward    Schumann,    Donald    ShrefHer,    Charles   Hhykerd,    Robert   Curtiss.    Frederick    Buxton.    Raymond 

Bouas,    Walter    Emstrom.    Kenneth    Kelderman.    Kenneth    Getz,    James    (Jill,    secretary;    Joseph    Henderson,    Norman    Madison,    Donald    McCormack, 

William  Miller.  Peter  Peterson,  Arthur  Twardock 


recognizes  scholarship  and  leadership  among  agri- 
cultural  students 


Alpha  Zeta 

D     •■  AIL         D    '     nonors   outstanding   students   in   the  field   of 

D6I3     Aipna     rSI    accountancy 

Top  row:     Prof.   Robert  Mautz,   Prof.   Robert  Dickey.   Prof.    Nelson   Wakefield.   Prof.  James  Carrithers,    Prof.   Cecil   Mover.   Donald  Skadden.   Prof.  Hale 

Newcomer 
Second  row:    Sorrel  Lapins,  Leon  Brottman,  James  Hanley,  Vernon  Zimmerman.  Rudolph  Schattke.  David  Traeger,  Donald  Schindel 
Bottom  raw:     Pete,-  Jensen.    Prof.   Edward   Breen.   vire  president;   Eugent   Lohman.  president;  Donald  Goss,  secretary;  John   Heidman.  treasurer:  Ralph 

Butler 
\i,t.   in.  panel:     Prank    l'liml.    Prof.   Heaton    Baily,   Gerald    Brighton,   Prof.   Pembroke  Brown.    Prof.   Charles   DeLong,    Prof.   Essel  Dillavou,   Prof.  Edward 

Pilbey,    Prof.   Charles  (iaa.    Prof.    Horace  Gray,    Prof.    Paul   Green.    Morris   Kessler.    Prof.    Lloyd   Morey.    Prof.   Charles  Schlatter.    Prof.  Hiram  Scovill, 

Prof .  Edwin  Theiss,  Prof.  Paul  VanArsdell,  Arthur  Wvatt 


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Beta  Gamma  Sigma 


Beta  Gamma  Sigma  is  the  scholarship  honor- 
ary recognizing  outstanding  students  in  Com- 
merce and  Business  Administration.  It  was  or- 
ganized in  1913  and  is  recognized  by  the  Ameri- 
can Association  of  Collegiate  Schools  of  Business. 
The  alumni  group  numbers  more  than   15,000. 


Bsta  Gamma  Sigma  strives  to  encourage  high 
scholarship  in  commerce  and  business.  Top  rank- 
ing seniors  and  juniors  in  Commerce  are  selected 
to  become  members  on  the  basis  of  scholarship 
and  through  an  election  by  the  active  student 
and  faculty  members. 


Student  Members 

Theodore    Banaszewski 
Robert   Berryhill 
Donald    Bohrer 
Ralph   Butler 
Francine   Cassells 
Edwin    DeMaris 
Kenneth    Dunnivant 
Jerome    Fireman 
Donald   Goss 
James   Hanley 
Peter  Jensen 
Ralph   Johnson 
Bydus   Kaiser 


Donald 

Thomas 

Charlen 

Myron 

Eugene 

Charles 

Martha 

Franklin 

William 

Robert 

Arthur 

Robert 

Clifford 


Kelly 
Killoren 
e    Landsberg 
Lieberman 
Lohman 
Marberry 
Meinecke 
Nienstedt 
North 
Painter 
Paullin 
Plotkin 
Pond 


Frederick    Ruopp 
Allen   Sabath 
Rudolph   Schattke 
Donald   Schindel 
George   Schneider 
Stuart   Scott 
Howard   Shapiro 
Frank   Shappert 
Charles   Stange 
Rosalyn   Summer 
Roger   Swank 
Robert  Trost 
Floyd   Windal 


Alumni  and   Honorary  Members 


William   Brackett 
Clinton   Cannon 
Ralph   Green 
William   Mette 
Wayne   Obrecht 
James   Peterson 


Paul   Schroer 
Kenneth   Stutler 
Geraldine   Whiting 
Mr.   Arthur  Anderson, 
Mr.   Charles   Cameron, 
Mr.    Edward    Heidrich , 
Mr.   Wayne   Johnston, 


Chicago 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Chicago 


Mr.   Oscar   Mayer,    Chicago 
Mr.   Graham    McCorkle,   Chicago 
Mr.   Louis   Neumiller,    Peoria 
Mr.   George    Rosseter,    Chicago 
Mr.    E.    Ft.   Volweiler,    Chicago 
Mr.   William   Wardall,    New   York 


Faculty  Members 

Prof.    Harold   Allen 
Prof.   Arthur   Anderson 
Prof.    Heaton    Baily 
Prof.  John    Bell 
Prof.    Ernest   Bogart 
Mr.   Gerald    Brighton 
Prof.   William    Britton 
Prof.    Pembroke    Brown 
Mr.    Emerson   Cammack 
Prof.    Kenneth   Carlston 
Mr.   Robert  Cole 
Prof.    Paul   Converse 
Mr.   Charles   Crawford 
Mr.    Homer   Crouse 
Mr.  John   Desmond 
Prof.    Essel    Dillavou 


Prof.    Edward    Filbey 
Prof.    Dwight   Flanders 
Prof.   Charles   Gaa 
Prof.    Horace   Gray 
Dean   Paul   Green 
Mr.    Leon    Hay 
Mr.   Robert   Hedges 
Prof.   Addison    Hickman 
Prof.    Dorothy   Litherland 
Prof.   Simon    Litman 
Prof.   A.   C.   Littleton 
Prof.    Philip   Locklin 
Mr.    Richard    Lundquist 
Prof.    Merten    Mandeville 
Prof.    Robert   Mautz 
Prof.    Robert   Mayer 
Prof.  Joseph   McConnell 


Prof.    Robert   Mitchell 
Prof.    Lloyd    Morey 
Prof.   Cecil    Moyer 
Prof.   Hale   Newcomer 
Prof.   Gordon    Ray 
Prof.   Frederic   Russell 
Prof.    Lester   Sartorius 
Prof.   Charles  Schlatter 
Prof.    Hiram    Scovill 
Mr.   Donald   Skadden 
Prof.   George   Steiner 
Prof.   Charles   Stewart 
Dean   Charles  Thompson 
Prof.    Paul   Van   Arsdell 
Prof.   Nelson   Wakefield 
Mr.   Arthur  Wyatt 


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To)    row:    Walter  Stanke,  William   Kenley,  corresponding  secretary;   Kenneth  Twohey,   vice  president;  Charles  Beilfuss,  William  Schnobrich,  secretary; 

Robert  Stoll,  Norman  Latker 
Second  row:    John   Landgren,  George  Conlee,  Robert  Watson,  president;   Kenneth  Medearis.   Robert  Anderson,  Alfred  Bowald,  Harold  Honath 
Bottom  row:    William  Olive/,  advisor:  Kwang  Tuan,  Ralph  Perry,  Klialid  Mahmond.  Allen  Cox.  treasurer;  John  Kaya,  Pent;  Ng,  William  Pollard,  advisor 
No,  in  panel:    George  Zuurbier,  Ronald  Swofford 

Chi     EpSllon     honors  hioh  scho.orshlp  in  civil  enoineerin. 


Eta  Kappa  Nu  e^ricai 


honors   outstanding   students   in   the  field   of 
engineering 


Top  row:    Alfred  Higashi,  Charles  Krone.  Robert  Marquardt,  George  Wagner,  Raymond  Eckman,  Paul  Aney,  Rillie  Preston.  Jaime  Romero 

Second   rou        Paul    Hudson,   advisor;   John    Muerle,    rirr   president;    Lawrence  Jones,   corresponding  secretary;   Robert   Ho)it.   //resident;   Richard   Bez, 

recording  secretary ;  Charles  Kersch,  treasurer 
Bottom  nu-  .    Otis  Nakamura,  Wesley  Knight.  Chih-Tang  Sah,  Melvin  Cohen,  Robert  Dufore,  Duane  McCurdy 

Not  in  /iiiii  I :    Thomas  Beling,  James  Berkovec,  Erhardt  liens,  hie.  Raymond  Honey.  Monte  Ross,  William  Smith,  Roland  Strawn 


The  Dolphin  Swimming  Fraternity  for  Uni- 
versity men  was  established  in  1912.  This 
social  organization  is  open  to  all  men  who 
have  an  interest  and  show  superior  ability 
in  water  skills.  One  of  the  main  functions 
of  this  organization  is  to  improve  the  all- 
around  swimming  program  at  the  University 
and  throughout  the  State  of  Illinois. 

The  annual  water  show  is  given  in  the  Fall 
as  a  feature  of  Dad's  Day  week-end.  One 
of  the  highlights  of  this  aquatic  carnival  is 
the  selection  of  the  Dolphin  Queen  who 
acts  as  sponsor  for  the  organization  during 
her  year's   reign. 

The  Dolphins  officiate  at  swimming  events, 
cooperate  with  Terrapin,  send  representa- 
tives to  the  National  Aquatic  Forum,  and 
sponsor  such  events  as  splash  parties,  swim- 
ming clinics,  and  the  National  Junior  Water 
Polo  Championships. 


Officers — Top  row:     Frank  Sears,  secretary;  Robert   Kramp,  treasurer 
Bottom  row:    Donald   Van   Rossen,   president;   Fred   Lehman,   vice  president 


Dolph 


ins 


Top 

Th 

Sec 


p  row:    Alan  Weaver,  Merle  Willmann,  Jacob  Grossman,  Nicholas  Karpinehik,  Ronald  Pearce,  Daniel  Miollis,  Roger  Johnson 
ird  row:     Donald   Sammons,   Carl   Krainp,   Stuart  Olson,  Jerry   Hay.   Donald    Lamorticella,  George  Gfroerer,   Benjamin   Ruben,   David  Mt 
cond   row:     Donald   Siegel,   Joseph  Abrahams,   Fred   Lehman,   irice   president;   Donald   Van   Rossen,   president;   Robert  Krainp,   treasurer; 
secretary;  Robert.  Cryer 


Mersbaeh 

Frank   Sears, 


Bottom  row:    Thomas  Wood,  Helmut,  Witt,  George  Sonnenleiter,  Arthur  l'y.  .lames  Voorhees,  William  Jones 


Top  rou •:    Joanna  Chorpening,  Virginia  I  ange,  Lmcile  Grant,  Rachel  Slu-ils.  Nancy  Popel,  Irene  Theodore,  Carole  Murphy 

Bottom   row:     Norma  Murvin,    recording  secretary;   Constance  Ogan,   corresponding  secretary;    Phyllis  Murphy,   president;  Jane  Reed,   viee  president; 

Nancy  Tilroe,  treasurer 
Not  in  panel :   Jane  Rendleman.  Charlotte  Mattheis,  Audrey  Sahulz,  Nedra  Phelps,  Ernestine  Hanks,  Ann  Sternberg 

/V\U     ■    ill     MpSllOn     honors  women   in  the  fieOd  of  music 


Phi  Upsilon  Omicron 


promotes    and    advances    home 
economics 


Top  row:     Joyce   Bolton,   Janet   Wisely,   treasurer;   Katlirvn   Clifford,   Carole  Poszimek,   Martha    Prather,   Jane   Brubaker,   Mary   Puqua,  advisor 
Bottom   raw:     Carvl  Towsley,   Orpha  Crook,   Marilvn   Polk,   vice  president;   Mary   Harlow,  corresponding  secretary;  Charmaine  Husack,  Marilyn  Minks 
Not  in   panel:     Frances  Adams.   Jan   Arensman,   Joan    Bruder,   Mary  Crawford.   Marilyn   Hoyt.    Laura  Mollet,   recording  secretary;   Velma  Riley,   Marilyn 
Womeldorff,   president 


Top  row:    Joseph  Libnoch,  Edwin  Kerr,  Norman  Taylor,  Raymond  Yockey,  Jerry  Earlier 

Third  row.    Richard  Anderson,  Delinar  Strelow,  David  Comings,  Robert  Hamilton.  Eugene  Trager,  Richard  Bergeron 

Second  row.    Karen  Krai,  Myron  Weiner,  Howard  Weinstein,  Jordon  Katz.  David  Bone 

Bottom  row:    Carl  Barthelemy,  William  Stone.  Jerome  Hahn,  vice  president;  Arnold  Tatar,  president;  I-yle  Wacaser,  treasurer;  Donald  Wiczer,  historian. 

Not  in  panel :   James  Stoetzel,  secretary 

O  D     f.        D'     promotes    a    better    understanding    of   the 

mCga     Deta     r  I     medical    profession 

i    ill     V-*mI       I  nCl3     promotes  the  commerce  profession  for  women 

Top  row:    Adel  Fochtmann.  Ellen  Rhode.  Arleno  Schuppenhauer,  Joanne  Martie,  Rae  Grosch,  Barbara  Lowis,  Mary  Butzack 

Second  row:    Dorothy  Perdue,  Mary  Shinn.  Diane  Zaremba,  Dorothy  Mielke,  Renata  Windmueller,  Dolores  Siegert.  Marjorie  Oathout 

Bottom  row:    Prof.  Alice.  Kirkpatrick,  advisor,-  Dorothy  Jeffers,  treasurer;  Shirley  Armstrong,  president;  Arline  Ekstedt,  vice  president;  Wilms   Davis, 

secretary ;  Ruth  Ke'tart,  Norma  Harshbarger.  Frances  McCown 
Not  in  panel :    Betty  Cook.  Betty  Terhune,  Theresa  Ruth,  Constance  Berutti 


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Top  row:    Kevin  Corry,  Bill  Zanetakos,  Roger  Wing,  Albin  Warner,  Paul  Hyde,  Asbury  Moore 

Second  row:    he, .in  Hafer,  J..mes  Vcorhees,  Kenneth  Wellington.  Ralph  Peterson,  Carl  Ahrer.s 

Bottom   row:     John   Cameron,   secretary;    Irving  Korita,   treasurer;   Seward  Staley,   Donald   Van    Rossen,    vice  president;  Ja;:ies   Bokenkamp,   president 

Phi     tpSllOn     KdOpa     promotes  the  field  of  physical  education 


K III     lit 3     iSPma     rewards  high  scholarship  among  freshman  men 


Top  row:  Rolland  Bethards,  Robert  Hodain.  Richard  Donohoe,  Richard  Hull,  Robert  Gerhart,  David  Clark.  Byron  West,  Thomas  Rowader,  David 
Comings 

Thin',  run-:  Raymond  S'anker,  Joseph  Libnoch,  Richard  Swanson,  Rudolph  Moragne.  Albert  Bledig.  James  Rudolph,  Kenneth  Rose,  Howard  Leftwich, 
David  Andrews,  Jennis   Bapst 

Secona  row:  Stanley  Routh,  Ryland  Webb.  Richard  Ey,  Robert  Thornblad,  James  Swan.  Eugene  Stunard,  -lames  Nagle,  George  Gfroerer,  John  Ran- 
dolph, Joseph  Corbett    Myron  Miller 

Bottom  row:  Franklin  Kuo,  Georgo  .Milnin.  Donald  Jelinck,  Eric  Stattin,  Richard  Bergeron,  vice  president;  Warren  Niokerson,  president;  Thomas 
Felke,  secretary;  George  Holzman,  Ruey  Liu,  'i  liomas  Harvey 

Not  in  panel:    Cecil  Worrels,  freasur"r 


Top  rote:    Prof.  Dean  McFeron,  advisor;  Donald  Kralie,  Walter  Hulvey,  Isidore  Sobczak,  Berchard  Coppens,  Everett  Fields.  Harlan  Peithman,  treasurer 
SetOni.   row:     Daniel   Schoeberle,   engineering   council   representative;    Eric  Aagaard,    Raymond   Golik,    Edward    Robinson,   Harold   Sinder,   John   Sears. 

Prof.  James  Leach 
Bottom  row:    Stanley  Rzepecki,  Robert  Coughlin,  John  Altenholf.  president;  Chuan  Chen,  rice  president;  Larry  Stum]).  Robert  Quinlan 
No':  in  pane':    John  Krupka,  recording  secretary;  Burzoe  Ghandhi,  corresponding  secretary;  Mishal  Hammodat.  Edwin  Levitan,  Donald  Bailey,  Richard 

Lance,  Philip  Mueller,  John  Williams 


P'    ~p  C^rt  fosters  the  high  ideals  of  the  mechanical  engi- 

I       I  all     3lPlTla      neering  profession 


CI_         .  RrN^r-J    recognizes  senior  women  who  are  outstanding  in 

DmOi  iCl      DOaiCI    leadership  and  service  for  the  University 


Top   /«(':     Margaret  Turnbow,   Barbara   Schmitt,   Wanda   Hash.   Patricia   Hasehvood,    Frances   Little.  Sandra  Cohon,   Barbara   Laker. 
Second  row  :    Barbara  Nicely,  president;  Gloria  (Jable,  rice  president;  Mrs.  Lorraine  Nielsen,  advisor;  Betty  Terhune,  treasurer 

Bottom  roir:    Carolyn  Ki is,  Carolee  Little,  Sally  Hagar,  Donna  Green 

Not  in,  panel:    Orpha  Crook,  secretary;  Nancie  McGill,  Marilyn  Chambers 


Lucille  Muzzarelli 


Officers— Top   row:     Patricia  Robinson,   Shi-Ai  sing  chairman;  Joan   Holin, 

secretary;  Sharon  Mayflall,  president 
iu,iu,„i.  row.    Sabra  Mills,  vice  president;  Alice  Cramer,  treasurer 


The  purposes  of  Shi-Ai,  sophomore  activ- 
ity honorary  for  sorority  women,  are  to  pro- 
mote and  strengthen  friendships  among 
sororities  and  to  encourage  interest  in  cam- 
pus activities.  Shi-Ai  also  holds  exchanges 
with  Skull  and  Crescent  and  Star  and  Scroll, 
sophomore  men's  activity  honoraries. 

Established  in  1920  at  Northwestern,  Shi- 
Ai  has  done  much  in  the  way  of  service  pro- 
jects. Shi-Ai  gives  an  annual  Christmas 
party  for  the  children  of  Huling  Orphans 
Home  in  Rantoul.  A  milk  fund  drive  for 
needy  Champaign-Urbana  families  is  spon- 
sored along  with  Shi-Ai  Sing,  the  annual  in- 
tersorority  sing  given  during  Mothers  Day 
weekend. 

Every  fall,  each  sorority  chooses  two 
sophomore  girls  outstanding  in  leadership, 
activities,  and  scholarship  to  become 
pledges  to  Shi-Ai. 


Shi-A. 


Top  row:    Carole  Lanoff.   Joyce  Chalcraft,    Betty   Hartsell,   Sarah   Mefford,   Phyllis  Bellamy,   Carol   Petefish,  Diane  Johnson,   Mary  Rigney,   Leslie  Ator, 

Graeo  Prappas,  Judith  Desch,  Patricia  Hurt.   Phyllis  Hasse.  Phyllis  Birtwell 
Third  row:     Marjorio   Willke.  Joan    Drucker,   Jo  Anne  Hagnauer.    Diann   Hansen.   Sabra  Mills,    vice  president;  Sharon   Mayhall.  president;  Joan   Holin, 

secretary;  Alice  Cramer,  treasurer;  Anne  Davis.  Jean  Holmes.  Lois  Kilburn 
Second  row:     Valerie   Kilburn,   Mary  Litherland,   Carol   Cox.  Marie  Melville,   Lavaun   Schild,   Lynda  Couch,    Barbara   Schedel.   Sue  Anderson,   Doris  Drew. 

Joan   Beatty.  Jane  Sweidal 
Bottom   row:     Lorraine    Borman,    Renee   Grauer.    Janet    Lett'.    Carol    Hyman,    Sheila   Fleming,   Toni    Hribal.    Nina   Temple.   Shirley    Wennerstrand,    Carol 

Peterson 
Not  in  panel:    Patricia  Robinson.  Carolyn  Meyer.  Patricia  Firebangh,  Ann  Sternberg,  Nancy  Borus/.ak.  Arlene  Stauber 


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Star  and  Scroll  is  a  sophomore  men's  hon- 
orary fraternity  which  was  founded  at  the 
University  of  Illinois  for  the  purpose  of  pro- 
moting interfraternity  fellowship,  raising 
freshman  scholastic  standards,  encouraging 
freshmen  in  activities,  and  perpetuating  the 
traditions  of  the  University. 

Membership  is  made  up  of  two  men 
selected  each  year  from  the  seventeen  mem- 
ber fraternities  on  the  basis  of  their  scho- 
lastic standing  and  potential  success  as  rj 
campus  leader  in  extracurricular  activities. 

An  annual  highlight  of  Star  and  Scroll 
includes  the  formal  dance  and  the  selection 
of  a  queen  chosen  from  candidates  repre- 
senting each  of  the  member  houses.  The 
organization  participated  in  student  activity 
night,  the  Sweet  Sixteen  Circus,  and  in  co- 
sponsorship  with  Shi-Ai,  presented  a  Union 
Coffee  hour. 


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Officers— Top  row:    Peter  Couch,  secretary;  Luke  Oberwis 
Petit,  serg eant-at-arms ;  Frederick  Mobley,  treaswrer 

Bottom   row:     Gerald   Germanson,    vice  president;   Vance   VanTa.ssell,   presi- 
dent 


Star  and  Scroll 


Tot)  row:    William  Jackson.  Morris  Sterneck,  Benjamin  Borowsky,  Walter  Kurth,  Benton  Allen.  Jack  Andrews,  Richard  Kenyon,  Bertil  Mattson,  Marvin 

Lieberman,  William  Milbratz,  Kenneth  Anderson 
Second  row:    John  Thompson,  Leonard  Gardner,  Charles  Gautschy,  Christ  Sarro.  Thomas  Mizera,  Clifford  Waldbeser,   Paul  Adesko,  Herbert  Thurman, 

Daniel  Spink.  Rutland  Bethards,  Charles  Hoover,  Donald  Koss 
Bottom  row:    Peter  Conch,  secretary;  Pierre  Petit,  sergeant-at-arms ;  Vance  VanTassell,  president;  Gerald  Germanson,  rife  president;  Frederick  Mobley. 

treasurer;  Robert  Webb,  Luke  Oberwise,  Melvin  Wagner,  Ralph  Sanders,   lames  Fleischer 
!\'<t'.  ;,..  nane.l  •    Russell  Bolton,  Gordon  Ropp,  Charles  Morris,  Frederick  Leafgren,  Herbert  Gross,  Richard  McCarthy,  Michael  Greenfield 


Officers :     Hul'Ii  Giertz,   vice  president;   Benjaman   Farnuin.  president;  Mar- 
vin Graves,  secretary;  James  Wilgus,  treasurer 


Skull  and  Crescent  is  a  national  fraternity 
honoring  sophomore  men  who  are  outstand- 
ing in  activities  and  scholarship.  Its  mem- 
bers are  chosen  from  the  twenty-five  oldest 
fraternities  on  campus.  Its  main  objective 
is  to  create  and  promote  interfraternity 
fellowship  and  encourage  freshmen  to  excei 
in  scholarship  and  campus  activities. 

An  annual  pajama  race  is  held  in  the 
armory.  Other  social  events  sponsored  by 
the  organization  are  an  annual  dinner  dance, 
a  pladge  banquet,  and  an  exchange  with  the 
members  of  Shi-Ai,  women's  sophomore 
honorary. 

Each  year  the  new  initiates  are  awarded 
Skull  and  Crescent  pins  which  are  passed 
down  from  the  previous  members.  They  in 
return  present  the  alums  with  an  honorary 
paddle.  The  Illinois  Helmet  Chapter  has 
maintained  its  traditions  for  over  thirty 
years. 


Skull  and  Crescent 


Tap  row.    Gene  Sanders,  George  Gfroerer,  Leonos  Muret,  Edward  Bottomley,  .Tack  Arnold,  Thomas  Felke,  David  Morse,   Peter  Wragg,  Charles  Sullivan 
Second  row:    John   McLaughlin,  Fredrick  Davis.  John  McCarthy,  Hugh  (iiertz,  vice  president;  Benjaman  Farnum,  president;  Marvin  Graves,  secretary; 

James  Wilgus.  treasurer;  William  Faude.  Ralph  Reno 
Bottom   row:     Robert   Sheldon.    Donald    Maylath,    Donald   Powell,  Charles    Perry,   Larry  Smith.  Gerald   Lahey.  Thomas  Harvey.   Richard   Forrest 
Not  in  panel:     Kieth   Daniel,   Robert   Hodam,  Jack   Hale.    Edward    Barthell,   Donald  Hooker,  James  Penn,   Robert  Gasaway,   Harold  Tenney,  Max  Ponder, 

Roy   Fenslemiakcr.   John    Sharp.   Clarence   Losch,   Loren    Krause.    Donald  Tate.  John    Hester.  Arthur  Andrew.   Edward   Kelly,   Louis  Fancher,   Robert 

Clark.  Paul  Postlewaite.  Clarence  DeMoss,  Frank  Fiorenza,  Carlton   Piepho,  Charles  Finn 


Sigma  Tau,  engineering  honorary,  was 
founded  in  1904  at  the  University  of  Ne- 
braska. The  objectives  of  the  fraternity  are 
the  recognition  of  personal  attainments  on 
the  part  of  engineering  students  and  the 
promotion  of  the  interests  of  the  engineer- 
ing college. 

Membership  is  made  up  of  men  ranking 
in  scholarship  among  the  upper  one  third  of 
the  juniors  and  seniors  in  recognized  engi- 
neering schools.  Selection  is  based  upon 
practicality  and  sociability.  As  a  measure 
of  recognition  for  outstanding  work  while 
an  undergraduate,  Sigma  Tau  offers  a  fel- 
lowship which  can  be  used  to  finance  a  year 
of  post-graduate  work  at  any  reputable 
university. 

Since  its  founding  at  Illinois  in  1914,  the 
organization  has  offered  opportunity  for  the 
development  of  professional  contacts  and 
friendships. 


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etary;   Richard   Scott, 


Officers — 7'»/<   row:    August  Storr, 

historian 
Bottom  row:    Raymond  Honey,  president;  Erhardt  Deuschle,  vice  president; 

John   Herbolsheimer,  treasurer 


Sigma  Tau 


Top   row:     David   Ward,    Edward    Groebe,   William   Heitmann,   William   Schnobrich,   John    Krupka,   Kenneth   Twohey,   William   Munro,   Walter  Hulvey, 

Carl  Carlson 
Second  rote:    Alfred  Bowald,  Richard  Scott,   historian;   Erhardt  Deuschle.   vice  president;  Raymond  Honey,  president;  John  Herbolsheimer.  treasurer; 

August  Storr,  corresponding  secretary;  Harold  Honath,  Thomas  Tucker,  Kwang-nan  Tuan 
Bottom  row:    Chih-Tang  Sah,   Eric  Aagaard,  Robert.  Anderson,  Donald  Rockholm,  Robert  Hoyt.   Douglas  Leader.   Donald   Krahe,  George  Zuurbier 


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Top  row:    Hassan  Tewfik,  Thomas  Goad,  Richard  Perry.  Dale  Henning,  Philip  Kaiplackel 

Second  row  :    Arthur  Anderson.  Thomas  O'Shaugnessy,  riee  president :  Robert  Berryhill,  Ibrahim  Abdalla,  Wayne  Thomas 

Bottom    row:     Proi.   Merten    Mandeville,    Clinton    Spivey,    Robert   Shaw,   secretary;   Joseph   Klapkowski,   president;   Raymond    Miezelis,   treasurer:   Max 
Richards 

Not  in  panel :    Donald  Grass 


Sigma  lota  Epsilon 


furthers  the  interest  in  industrial  engi- 
neering 


Society 


I         I        «•        §■******    honors   art   students   who   maintain 
Ol     IllUStrdtOrS    high  scholarship 


T<>i>  row  :    John  Sorbie,  Conrad  Ross.  David  Dietemann,  Raymond  Slanker,  treasurer ;  Doris  Huber 
Second  row:    Barbara  Austin.  Joanne  Brewer,  Prof.  John  Raushenberger,  Judith  Duffin,  Carol  Hodges 

Bottom  rote:    Carmen  Mowry,  president;  Helen   Immonen.    Patricia  McGee,  secretary;  Jaequelyn  Jones,  Patricia  Clare,  Patricia  Vallero.  Janet  Gronberg 
Not  in  panel:    Robert  Taugner,  Patricia  Severin,  Larry  Kettelkamp,  Sara  Hayes.  Helen  Weber.  Richard  Gersch,  Jack  Orman,  Charles  Johnston,  Florence 
Si  hwarU. James  Johnson,  Mar.lyn  Fleming.  Betty  Wade,  Frank  Wilkey.  Lowell  Axelrad,  David  Edmunds.  Jane  Johns,  Bice  president 


Tau  Beta  Pi,  an  extensively  recognized  en- 
gineering honor  society,  was  founded  at 
Lehigh  University  in  1885  "to  mark  in  a  fit- 
ting manner  those  who  have  conferred  honor 
upon  their  Alma  Mater  by  distinguished 
scholarship  and  exemplary  character  as  un- 
dergraduates in  engineering,  or  by  their 
attainments  as  alumni  in  the  field  of  engi- 
neering, and  to  foster  a  spirit  of  liberal  cul- 
ture in  the  engineering  colleges  of  America." 

Since  1885  Tau  Beta  Pi  has  spread  across 
the  nation  with  at  present  over  70,000  mem- 
bers belonging  to  ninety-two  chapters.  In 
1897  Illinois  Alpha  was  established  as  the 
fifth  chapter  at  the  University  of  Illinois. 
Membership  is  open  to  junior  and  senior 
students  in  all  branches  of  engineering  who 
meet  required  standards  of  scholarship, 
leadership,  and  character. 


Officers — Top    row:     Frederick    Mobley,    vice    president;    Vladimir    Ktoikov, 

cataloger;  Robert  Stoll,  recording  secretary 
Botto)tt.  row:    John  Messner,  president;  John  Landgren,  corresponding  sec- 
retary; Wesley  Knight,  treasurer 


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Top  row:    James  Waggoner,  Harold  Honath,  Roland  Strawn,  William  Schnobrich,  John  Kaya.  John  Mnerle.  John  Kiefer 

Bottom  row:    Ohuan  Chen.  Prof.  Joseph  Barkson,  advisor:  Prof.  Ross  Martin,  advisor;  Robert  Stoll.  recording  secretary;  John  Landgren.  corresponding 

secretary;  Wesley  Knight,  treasurer;  John  Messner,  president 
Not  in  panel:    Donald   Burnett,   Alfred  Higashi.  Jerry  Kaswan.  Frederick  Mobley,   Dice  president:  Earl  Sloan.  Vladimir  Stoikov,  George  Wagner 


Officers — Top  row:  Nancy  Berquist,  synchronized  swimming  chairman; 
Mutya  Tirol,  treasurer;  Joyce  Strong,  vice  president;  Mary  Kent,  sec- 
retary 

Bottom  row:  Martha  island.  W.A.A.  representative;  Mildred  Heischmidt, 
historian;  Roberta  Roseerans,  president;  Thielma  Tirol,  competitive 
swimming  chairman 


Terrapin,  an  honorary  swimminq  club  for 
University  women,  selects  its  pledges  on  the 
basis  of  swimming  skill  and  potential  water 
ballet  skill.  The  aims  of  the  club  are  to  fur- 
ther interest  and  proficiency  in  aquatics,  to 
promote  a  spirit  of  good  sportsmanship  and 
friendship  among  its  members,  and  to  en- 
courage interest  and  participation  in  aquatic 
activities  at  the  University  and  elsewhere. 

One  highlight  of  the  year  is  the  Mothers 
Day  water  show  consisting  of  water  musical 
numbers  written  and  produced  by  members. 
Terrapin  sponsors  the  Women's  Interhouse 
Swimming  Meet,  supports  swimming  events 
on  campus,  and  acts  as  a  parent  to  Guppies. 
In  September,  1952,  Terrapin  offered  for  the 
first  time  an  Educational  Service  Fund  de- 
signed to  assist  students  in  research  work 
connected  with  aquatic  activities. 


Terrapin 


Top  row:    Helen  McFarland.  Carole  Seherwat,   Barbara  Calvert.  Auguste  Lehman,   Nancj    Opsall,    loan  Alderson,  Nancy  Jackson,  Diane  Reich.  Dorothy 

Porter,    Sue    Berquist,    Nancy   Carter,    Janice    Mathews.    Doris    Picken,    Patricia    Pavlis,    Beverly    Bryngelson,    .lane   Sweidal,   Mildred    Heischmidt, 

historian;  Nancy  Berquist 
Third  ran-:    Doris  Bullock,  advisor;  Lorraine  Nielsen,  advisor;  Donna.jeanne  Bishop,  Helen  Andrews,  Doris  Simonson,  Mary  Betzald,  Dabette  Hettinger, 

Marylou  McGowan,  Joan  Beatty,  Karen  Holmes,  Sandra  Haussermann,  Adrienne  Keller,  Phyllis  Miner,  Martha  Bland 
Second  row:    .lean    Kruger,   Mary  Blodgett,   Patricia   Palbicke,    Harriette  Rahinak.   Mary   Vachta,    Doris  Lokay.   Helen   Hill,   Elizabeth  Hoel,  Anne  Twar- 

dock,  Sarah  McConnell,  Marcia  Stenberg,  Thielma  Tirol 
Bottom   ran-:     Marilyn   Jones.  Jean   Ringenberg,  Jean   Simon,   Ruth  Greener,    Mary  Terry.    Frances  Sherman,  Floy   Rowland.  Jean   Tuber,   Marlyn   Kasson. 

Genevievo  Gould.   Nancy  Wolff,   Mutya  Tirol,  treasurer;  Mary  Kent,  secretary;  Joyce  Strong,   vice  president;   Roberta   Roseerans,  president 
Not  in  panel:    Jacqueline  Mash,   Nancy   Buck,   Patricia  Rieger,  Leonide  Gaines,  Carolyn   Meyer.  Rebecca   Sargent,   Dolores  Brence,  Ruth  Barrie,  Jonne! 

Rayney.  Reta  Miller,  Violeta  Chang,  Petty  McDougall,  Ann  Roe 


Tomahawk,  an  activity  honorary  for  inde- 
pendent sophomore  men,  has  a  representa- 
tion of  all  the  major  activities  on  campus. 
Members  are  nominated  at  the  end  of  their 
freshman  year  by  the  recommendations 
of  their  particular  activity.  The  members 
choose  those  whom  they  consider  to  be  the 
most  capable  of  carrying  on  the  high  stand- 
ards of  the  fraternity. 

The  purpose  of  Tomahawk  is  to  give  rec- 
ognition for  outstanding  work  in  activities, 
to  inspire  those  persons  chosen  for  member- 
ship to  greater  achievement  during  their 
remaining  years  at  the  University,  to  act  as 
a  service  organization  on  campus,  and  to 
strengthen  bonds  of  friendship  among  inde- 
pendent men. 

The  first  chapter  of  Tomahawk  was  found- 
ed at  the  University  of  Illinois  in  193  1  and 
has  since  maintained  an  excellent  record  of 
over  two  decades  of  service. 


Officers   -Top    row:     John    Ontiveros,    treasurer;    Gordon    Cash, 

Richard  Meeks,   rxr  president 
Bottom  row:    John   Hoyt.  secretary;  Melvin   Schleuter,  president 


Tomahawk 


Top  row:    Richard  Hull.  Clayton  Fox,  John  Brandt 

Third  row:    Kenneth  Peart,  Rickard  Roguski,  William  Thomas,  Arthur  Eggers,  Carl  Ehler,  Merle  Dunn 

Second  row:    Robert  Feldinan.  Berndt  Schertzer,  Monte  Locander,  Jennis  liapst,  Joseph  l.litt 

Bottom  row:    John  Ontiveros,  treasurer;  Richard  Meeks.   i-irc  president;  Melvin  Schlneter.  president;  John   Hoyt,  secretary;  Gordon  Cash,  historian 

2V:s  in  panel:    Calvin  -Sifter:!   advisor    Joseph  Cirbett    Bi;hard  Hall    William  Manning   Euhari  O  Le&ry   Robert  Radnik   \\  illiam  Schrader   k;  ith  Y\  llhonr 


Top  row  :    Ann  Taylor.  Lois  Gualano,  Jane  Funkhouser,  Mrs.  Virginia  Saddler.  Dorothy  Schlegel,  Martha  Cluverius 

Middle  row:    Myra  Podvoll,  Helen  Krebs,  Geraldine  Tondi.  Nancy  Amm,  Donna  Frame.  Lois  Lindsey 

Bottom  row:    Gloria  Gable.  Joyce  Berber.  Barbara  Schwartz.  Wanda  Bash,  Anne  Knehn 

Not  in  panel :    Elizabeth  Ballot.  Barbara  Eisendrath,  Cecile  Gagan,  Judith  Heien,  Nancy  Mctiill 


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prises 


Top  row:    Nancy  Barrow,  Rose  O'Neill,  Mary  Rice,  Mary  Julian,  second  vice  president;  Carolyn  Wilhns.   Donna  Brown,  Josephine  Leaf,  Martha  Messner 

Second  row:    Lorenza  Russo.  Kathryn  Trimmer,  Jane  Gray,  Ruth  Hortin,  Alice  Froehling,   Helen  Hill.  Josephine  App,  Sara  Davison 

Bottom   row:     Bonnio   Nakamuro,   Joan   Woll,    recording  secretary;   Carolyn    Emons,   first    rice   president;    Paula   Miller,   president;   Sherri   Zuckerman, 

Carolyn  Krimbill,  Mary  Kula.  corresponding  secretary;  Laurel  Rich 
Noi  in  pood :    Dr.  Severina  Nelson,  advisor;  Norma  Mills,  treasurer;  .Muriel  Boehl,  Trula  Larson,  Barbara  Barnes,  Nancy  Turppa 


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Organizations 


Organizations  and  societies  are  a  valuable  part 
of  campus  life.  By  belonging  to  an  organization 
whose  activities  pertain  to  the  student's  chosen 
field,  the  student  receives  the  opportunity  to 
relate  and  apply  the  theory  learned  in  the  class- 
room to  the  field  of  work  in  which  he  will  be  en- 
gaged in  the  future.  He  is  able  to  meet  and 
converse  with  prominent  men  in  his  chosen  occu- 
pation, participate  in  field  trips,  and  keep  in- 
formed of  the  latest  trends  and  developments  in 


his  field.  Equally  as  important,  however,  is  the 
opportunity  afforded  the  student  to  engage  in 
the  numerous  social  activities  held  by  these  or- 
ganizations, offering  him  the  chance  to  further 
develop  his  character  and  personality. 

In  the  following  pages  are  the  organizations 
and  societies  represented  at  Illinois.  It  is  hoped 
that  the  student  will  recognize  the  aims  of  these 
organizations  and  the  accomplishments  of  those 
who  are  active  members. 


Agricultural  Education  Club 


encourages    achieve- 
ment   in    agriculture    education 


Top  row:   Prof.  John  Matthews,  Robert  Tuttle,  Virgil  Molinarolo,  Jewel  Jenne.  Elmer  Gerlach,  Irvin  Smith 

Third  row:    Donald  Pepper,   Donald  Jones,   Banta   Bundy.    Paul  Carey,  Jesse  Keyset-.   Ronald   Lewfer,  Orval  Kerehner,  Jack  Gilmore,   August   Kunkle, 

Wayne  Kern,  Roger  Courson,  Eldon  Aupperle,  John  Dewer,  Paul  Brown,  Richard  Eubank.  John  Rodeffer 
Second  row:    Robert  Adams.  Ronald   Peters,   reporter;  Stephen   Kingry,   Raymond  Koontz,  George  Von   Lankin,  Robert  Irwin,  Jeff  Brooks,  Fred  Cooper. 

James  Bennett,  Ezra  Oberle,  Carl  Gowler,  James  Lipe,  Vernon  Shepherd,  Marvin  Gummersheimen 
Bottom  row:    Hayward  Reeder,  Charles  Ri/er.  John   Rundle,   Harold  Huber.  James  Bliler.  secretary;   Donald  Hopwood.  Harold   Hallberg.  president:  Ra- 

vonno  Dowell,  vice  president;  George  Lander,  treasurer:  Henry  Reichman,  Robert   Polley,  Gordon  Beck,  Robert  Lorgent 


Officers-  T<>i>  row:  Genn  Holmes,  council  member;  Bertil  Mattson,  coun- 
cil member;  Lowell  Warner,  council  member;  James  Stinecamp,  coun- 
cil member 

Bottom  run-:  Merle  Miller,  reporter;  William  Miller,  president;  Dale  Peas- 
ter,  vice  president;  Benton  Allen,  secretary 


Founded  in  1895,  the  Agriculture  Club 
has  promoted  an  interest  in  agriculture. 
Events  such  as  All-Ag  Field  Day,  the  Aggie 
Talent  Show,  Spring  Judging  Contest,  the 
All-Ag  Spring  Open  House,  and  the  Plow- 
boy  Prom  are  sponsored  and  directed  by 
the  officers  and  members  of  the  Agriculture 
Club. 

Eight  clubs  which  promote  specialized 
fields  of  agriculture  are  subsidiary  organiza- 
tions of  the  Agriculture  Club.  These  are 
the  Dairy  Production  Club,  the  Dairy  Tech- 
nology Club,  the  Agriculture  Economics 
Club,  the  Agricultural  Education  Club,  the 
Field  and  Furrow  Club,  the  Horticulture 
Club,  the  Poultry  Club,  and  the  Hoof  and 
Horn  Club.  Activities  of  these  organizations 
are  coordinated  by  the  Agriculture  Coun- 
cil, composed  of  the  presidents  of  the  eight 
subsidiary  clubs  and  the  editor  of  the  Mini 
Rural   Observer. 


Agriculture  Club 


Top  row:     Richard   Vial,   Peter   Peterson,   Robert   Kinser,   Franklyn   Willey,   Fred   Heyl.   Robert   Weiss.  Richard   Durick,   Leon    Cssert,   Raymond   Duewer, 

La  Verne  Gillespie,  John  Carson,  James  Day.  Max  Fulling,  Benton  Allen,  secretary;  Howard  Elliott,  Lowell  Warner 
Third  row:     David  Cole.   Ivan   Lawfer,   Bertil  Mattson.    Vance   VanTassell,    lames   Ross.   Donald  Smith.  Marlin   Stewart,  .lames   Bridgeland,  Thomas  Hille- 

brenner,  John    Rentchler,   William   Baird,   Ronald   Clayton.   Gayle   Krantz,   William  Heinhorst,  Joseph  Stetson,  John   Herchelman,   Donald   Adkisson 
Second   row:    Stephen    MaeQuilkin,   Elmer  Gerlach,    Donald   Masters.   William   Burgess,    Paul  Curtiss,   Wallace  Reynolds.   Richard   Stone,   Ralph   Ziegler. 

Roger  Zuinn,    Waller   Richner,    Rudolph    Becker,    Don    Debolt,    Donald    Robertson,   James   Bliler.    Don    Huflalin,   Cale  Taylor,    William   Brite 
Bottom  rou       Cordon   Ropp,  Ranndle  Eri   son.  William  Cunningham.  Merritt  Sprague,  Robert  Knudson,  Joseph  Umbach,  Leonard  Gardner,  James  Mawson, 

William  Miller,  president;  Ronald    Kink.  Joe  Bicknell,   William  Whitfield,  Jon    Kllis,   Richard  Fulton,  Holland   Main.  Merle  Miller,   reporter;   Richard 

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The  principal  aims  of  the  Accountancy 
Club  are  to  promote  understanding  and  fel- 
lowship between  faculty  and  students  in  the 
College  of  Commerce,  and  to  develop  an 
interest  in  accounting.  All  students  who 
have  received  credit  in  two  semesters  of 
accountancy  are  eligible  for  membership. 

Talks  by  noted  accountants  are  features 
of  monthly  meetings  designed  to  acguaint 
members  with  current  trends  in  accounting. 
The  annual  spring  field  trip  gives  members 
the  opportunity  to  inspect  the  accounting 
systems  of  several  plants. 

The  executive  committee  of  the  organi- 
zation consists  of  a  Senior  and  Junior  Coun- 
cil. The  Senior  Council  handles  publicity, 
membership  drives,  and  the  selection  of 
speakers  to  address  the  meetings.  Junior 
and  sophomore  members  can  serve  on  the 
Junior  Council. 


Officers:    Robert  Stedronsky,  president ;  Dorothy  Perdue,  secretary-treasurer ; 
Sorrel!  Lapins.   vice  president 


Accountancy  Club 


Top  row:   William  Ricks,  Barry  Gilberg,  Robert  Doetsch,  Morton  Weisman,  Charles  Kassel,  Ronald  Young 

Seventh  row:    Robert  Brown,  John  Barker.  Ernest  Sims,  Roy  Heidemann,   Donald  Austin,  Jack  Simpson,  David  Traeger.  Fernand  Mercier,  John  Elsen, 

Donald  Schindel,  Lawrence  Harani.  Harold  Lasater,  Bonis  Olivero 
Sixth  row:    Ronald  Chason,  Richard  Swanson,   Donald  (loss,  Bernard  Schwartz,  William  Lonkenau,  Ralph  Dieball,  Walter  Linden,  Joe  Thompson,  Sher- 

win  Begoun,  Edwin  Koziol,  Prof.  James  Carrithers,  advisor 
Fifth   row:    John   Greathouse.   Richard    Davison.   Robert   Parr,   Doyle  Webb,   Henry  Jachec,   Howard  Getz,   Edward  Kercher,   William   Beuttler,    William 

Tessien,  John  Heideman,  Robert  Klein,  Robert.  Woelfel 
Fourth  row:    Edward  Benesh,  James  Hanley,   Martin   Leanee,  Ronald  Flores,   William  Beck,  George  Smith,  Frederic  Heim.  Robert  Hutchings,   Richard 

Fedro.  Richard  Hutson,  Clarenco  Banks,  James  Green,  Henry  Kastler 
Third  row:    Stanford  Goldman,  James  Smith,  Jerome  Shotola,   Morton   Wax,   Frederick  Mesenbrink,  James  Brodnicki,  William   Hegg,   George  Ruediger, 

Robert  Kaut/.i,  Fred  Meyer,  Gerald  Rubin,  Jack  Stemberger,  Donald  Goldberg.  Myron  Chalden 
Second  row:    Charles  Larson,   Dorothy  Parsons,  Marjorie  Boyle,  Frances  McCown,   Dorothy  Perdue,  secretary-treaswer ;  Robert  Stedronsky.  president; 

Sorrell  Lapins.  (>/<■<•  president;  Harold  Strauss,  Charlotte  Cumby,  Joan  DeVries,  Linda  Selders.  Alice  Nichols.  Ann  Wilgus 
Bottom  row:    Leland  Wise,  Daniel  Anderson,  Richard  Cole,  Allan  Jacobs,  George  James,  Allen  Sered,  Leon  Brottman.  John  Whitman 


To)>  row.   Suzanne  Smith,  Sherwood  Parker,  Kent  McDaniel,  Gregorio  Zolko,  Mohkam  Sandhu,  Joyce  Chalcraft 

Bottom  row:     Mary  Frank,  Thomas  Caldwell,  secretary;   Dean  Arthur  Hamilton,  George  Wilson,  president ;  Angelina  Pietrangeli,  advisor;  Betty  Berry- 
hill,   treasurer 
Xot  in  panel :    Walter  Faster.  Laura  Donagher,  Robert  Sonderskov,  Dulal  Bopejari,  Dell  Wydell 

Allahabad  Student  Affiliation  Board 

endeavors  to  aid  world  understanding 


University  of  Illinois  Flying  Club 

provides  flying  time  and  social  activities 

Top  row:  Linton  Kyjita.  Harold  Weaver.  Homer  Hiser,  Glen  Ainundson,  advisor;  Robert  Mertens,  Leslie  Bryan,  Morton  Clotfelter,  Robert.  Newlin,  Ernest 
Blatchley  _  .         „      , 

Bottom  rote:  Russel  Odman,  Robert  Crietzberg,  William  Butler,  vice  president;  Donald  Manthei,  president;  Frederic  Giles,  treasurer:  Robert  Northcutt, 
secretary;  Gary  Singley,  Charles  Drewes 

Not  in  panel:    Charles  Watson 


Alpha  Phi  Omega  is  the  national  service 
fraternity  composed  of  university  men  who 
are  or  have  been  affiliated  with  the  Scouting 
movement.  The  organization  on  this  campus 
is   the   Alpha   Alpha    chapter. 

The  principal  aim  of  Alpha  Phi  Omega  is 
service.  Among  its  many  projects  on  cam- 
pus are  work  parties  to  the  scout  camp,  a 
scout  swim  meet,  a  Christmas  Stocking  Party 
for  needy  children,  a  food  booth  at  the 
Spring  Carnival,  and  a  recreation  booth  at 
the  Sweet  Sixteen  Circus.  It  also  sponsors 
the  Ugly  Man  Contest  to  raise  money  for  a 
scholarship  fund  established  by  Alpha  Phi 
Omega.  Among  social  activities  are  ex- 
changes, coke  dates,  swimming  parties,  and 
a  major  dance. 

The  requirements  for  membership  are 
previous  scouting  experience,  satisfactory 
scholarship,  and  a  desire  to  render  service 
to  others. 


Officers — Top  rote:  Raymond  Miezelis,  historian;  Richard  Nash,  recording 
secretary;  Richard  Hull,  alumni  secretary;  Stuart  Boyle,  sergeant  at 
arm*;  James  McConnell,  corresponding  secretary 

Bottom  row:  George  Van  Emden,  treasurer ;  Jerry  Wright,  second  vice  presi- 
dent; Ira  Boyer,  president;  George  Florman,  first  viee  president 


Alpha  Phi  Omega 


Top  rote:   Kenneth  Peart,  Hermit  Schertzer,  Ralph  Golden,  Dayitl  Ponseca,  Richard  Hangren,  Bruce  Hulfer.  Donald  Kaiser 

Second  row:  Glenn  Abel,  James  Winkelman.  Raymond  Miezelis.  Stuart  Boyle.  Milo  Illich,  Clarence  Feiereisel,  Harry  Krueger 

Bottom  row:    James  McConnell,  corresponding  secretary ;  George  Florman.  first  rice  president;  Ira  Boyar,  president;  Jerry  Wright,  second  rice  president ; 

George  Van   Emden,   treasurer;  Richard    Hull 
-Yoi   in  panel:    William   Bayley,   Richard   Beckenbaugh,   William  Blaine.   Stuart   Devore,   Donald   (ioff,   Stanley  Kirschner,   John   Kuller,   Joseph  Mulligan, 

Robert  Olander,  Arthur  O'Leary,  Dillon  Ross,  Michael  Saalas.  Earl  Smith.  Clifford  Weidner,  Edward  Wojtas 


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Top  row:    William  Plankenhorn,  Peter  Shalek.  William  Lindenberg.  Ehvin  Johnson,  George  Duff,  Harold  Bennett.  Kenneth  Eckrote,  Keith  Betts,  Clyde 

Smith,  Arthur  Friedberg.  \\  arren  Rowlinson.  Kenneth  Pittman 
Second  row:    Russell  Bolton,  Clarence  Hoenig.   Irvin  McKeand,  Robert  Foxall.  James  Glasford.  John  Schultz,  Robert  Mertens,  Gene  Thomasson,  Donald 

Lathrop.  Raymond  Janke.  William  Bratschun,  Ralph  Kraft,  James  Nelson 
Bottom  row:     Eugeno   Lynch.   Robert   Beals,   Andrew  Andrews.   Robert  Cowan,  treasurer;  William  Scott,  president;  Victor  Tennery.  secretary;  Richard 

Anderson,  vice  president;  Prof.  Alfred  Allen,  Prof.  Ralph  Hursh.  George  Stockdale 
Not  in  panel :    Richard  Gates,  Stephen  Jensen.  Raymond  Moehle,  Charles  Russell,  John  Sincere.  Rey  Tung 

American  Ceramic  Society  promotes  educational 

and    social    activities    among    ceramic    engineers 

American  Foundrymen's  Society  promotes 

terest  in  the  engineering  aspects  of  the  foundry  industry 

Top  roil-:    Roger  Borris,  William  Smith.  Thomas  Regul.  Oliver  Smith.  James  P.ueche.  Gerald  Slocuiu 

Third  row:     Prof.  Kenneth  Trigger.    Donald   Kalamirr.   Donald  Rockholm,   Richard  Hill.  James  Hatch.  Richard   Wharton,  K.  C.  Oei,  Donald  Bokenkamp, 

(    James  Leach,  advisor 
Second  row:    Willard   Putz.   Donald  Davis.  Clyde  Young,  i-irc  chairman;  Bruce  Cook,  chairman;  Carl  Beert.  treasurer;  Kemp  Bunting,  secretary ;  Doug- 
las  Leader.    Wayland    Smith 
Bottom  run ■  :    Tomar.  Vega.  Miquel  Alvarez.  Richard  Somerville,  Ramirez  Gonzalo,  Rapael  Roa.  George  Milum.  Robert  Browning 


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Top  row:  Richard  Reichel,  William  Munro,  Jay  Scheldorf,  Robert  Oster,  Eldon  Bourassa,  Russel  Code.  Richard  Gosnell,  William  Roberts,  Norman  Plot- 
kin,  John  Rener,  Leland  Miller.  Visvaris  Treibachs,  Harlan  Feldkirchner.  John  Henry.  Andre  Remec 

Second  row:  John  Podeszwa,  Donald  Dans.  Norman  Hn]>p.  William  Lehn,  Joseph  Endres,  Dr.  Harry  Drickamer,  Dr.  Fraser  Johnstone,  Dr.  Robert  Finn, 
advisor;  Richard  Benes,  Donald  Turner,  Robert  Wiederkehr,  Robert  Schrader,  Jerry  McDaniels,  Earl  Blough,  Thomas  Tucker 

Bottom  row:  Robert  Zielinski.  Gordon  Nelson,  Dr.  James  Westwater,  Dr.  Max  Peters.  John  Fort  man,  George  Ratkovic.  Delmar  Gottschalk,  treasurer; 
William  Hager,  president ;  Antonio  Pizzato,  vice  president;  Joseph  Santangelo,  Harold  Larson,  Egbert  Diggers,  Dominic  Valesano,  Dale  Schneider, 
Meyer  Wiesel,   Donald   Ramberg 

Not  in  panel:    Robert  Carper,  Martin  Goldstein 

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Top  row:    Lloyd  Curry,  James  Hinkle,  Harold  Fisher.  Robert  McDowell,  Robert  Stnsell,  Donald  Flaherty.  R.  C.  Hay.  Howard  Wakeland 

Second  rote:    Sergej   Sokolov,  Adib  Zakiyah.  James  Whitt,  Hngli  Mi-Master.  Cletus  Schertz,  John   Mainey,  David  Sirp,  Charles  Ultig,  Ned  Bline 

Bottom  row:    Donald  Zook,  William  Rohaly,   vice  president;   Leslie  Maxedon,  president;   Henry  Spies.  Theodore  Schreyer,  John  Bliss,  John  Anderson, 

Larry  Geer 
Not  in,  panel :    Howard  Hadler,  treasurer ;  Charles  Rogers,  secretary 


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Officers:  Duane  McCurdy,  vice  chairman;  Laurel  Chapman,  l.R.E.  corres- 
ponding secretary;  Herbert  Hornischer,  Engineering  Council  repre- 
sentative; Phillip  Lee.  chairman;  Robert  DuFore.  A..1.E.E.  correspond- 
iini  xern>tarn :  John  Powell,  Engineering  Council  representative;  Jaime 
Romero,  secretary 

Not  in  panel:    Richard  Bez,  treasurer 


The  advancement  of  allied  sciences  and 
arts,  a  high  professional  standing  among  its 
members,  and  the  advancement  of  the  indi- 
vidual engineer  are  the  aims  of  the  American 
Institute  of  Electrical  Engineers  and  the  In- 
stitute of  Radio  Engineers.  The  student 
branch  is  patterned  after  the  national 
organizations  and  functions  in  the  same 
general  manner.  This  familiarizes  the  student 
with  the  operation  of  the  national  organiza- 
tion to  which  he  will  belong  when  he  goes 
into  the  professional  field. 

The  student  branch  aids  in  developing  the 
latent  abilities  of  the  students,  sponsors  field 
trips,  backs  student  reforms,  and  encour- 
ages presentation  and  discussion  of  papers 
and  reports.  The  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.  sponsors  the 
senior-faculty  banquet,  student  picnic,  base- 
ball tournament,  and  participates  in  the  St. 
Pat's  Ball  and  the  Engineering  Open  House. 


A.  L  L  L  - 1.  R,  E. 


Top  row:  Don  Semon,  Norwood  Booth,  .Monte  Ross,  Don  Garland,  John  Tisevich,  Raymond  Eckman,  Carl  Shook.  Richard  Wolfsberger,  Allan  Anderson. 
Fernando  Garbrecht,  John  Lewis.  Edward  Groebe,  Charles  Krone.   Prof.  1'anl  Schwarzlose,  advisor 

Third  row:  Prof.  Ernest  Reid,  advisor;  Howard  Neal,  Fernando  Restrepo,  Wilbur  Visher,  Edward  Huber,  Lloyd  Demel,  Ralph  Hodges,  Jim  DeHorn, 
Robert   I'Yldman.  John  Zinkns.  Raymond   Honey 

Second  row:  William  Widugiris,  John  Bell,  Arthur  Anderson,  Rudolph  Marovec,  James  Bailing,  John  Klacka.  Charles  Zamites,  William  Mescher,  Jaysing 
Bha>.  Chaudhari,  Robert  Hoyt,  Jerry  Donahue,  1  awrence  Jones.  Donald  Jensen.  Corobbo  Dal 

Bottom  voir:  Frances  Watkins,  Richard  Carter,  Richard  Pople,  David  Sander.  John  Powell.  Richard  Bez,  treasurer;  Robert  Dufore,  corresponding  secre- 
tary; Phillip  Lee.  chairman;  Duane  McCurdy,  vice  chairman;  Laurel  Chapman,  corresponding  secretray;  Jaime  Romero,  secretary ;  Herbert  Horn- 
isiheiv  Alex  Janushevich,  Floyd  Kruenegel,  Walter  Kerbold,  Henry  Burke,  Hat-old  Lewis.  George  Hunt 


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Top  row:    Leonard   Postregna,  Kenneth  Thelen,  George  Zuurbier,   Robert  Adams,  Arthur  Berg.   Robert   Watson,   Garland   Riley,   William   Everds,   Delois 

Smith,  Ronald  Wisthuff 
Third  row:    Reginald  Mari,  Nick  Zografos,  Dale  Diemer,  Allen  ('arisen,  Philip  Ryan,  Peng  Ng.  Michael  (iaus,  Myron  Pennington,  Donald  Rockholm.  John 

Henry,  Walter  Rowland 
Second  row:    James  Wymer,  Hugh  O'Connell,  Clarence  Sikorski,  secretary,  Roy  Elain.  president;  Leonard  Olson,  rice  president;  Richard  Curry,  William 

Fuzzi,  William  Wakefield,  Victor  Moravek,  Arthur  Robinson,  Kwang  Tuan 
Bottom  row:    Robert  Nack,   Robert  Torkelson,   William   1'ichon,  Ted  Garrison,   Charles  Smith.   Jerome  Smith.  James  Kaar,  Allen   Cox,   Ronald  Swofford, 

Thomas  Edwards,    Elijah   Webb 
Not  in  panel :    Richard  Petit,  treasurer 

AC      (~*      p      prepares  student  engineers  for  the  civil  engineering 
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Top  row:     Duano   Loofbourrow,   secretary;    Eric   Johnson,    vice   chairman;    Eric   Aagaard,    Donald    Hoeck,    Donald   Roy,    Walter   Hulvey.    Melton   Hatch, 

Berchard  Coppens,  James  M\ieller.  Kenneth  Engelbrecht,  Albert  Albrecht,  Eugene  Blunt,  Henry  Marcheschi 
Fourth  row:    Dean  Martin,  chairman;  Daniel  Schooerle,   Eugenijus  Jankus,  Kenneth   Busche,  David  Ward,  Harlan   Peithman,  Richard  Lance.  Richard 

Beckman.  Leonard  Mattson.  Lawrence  Paulsen,  Donald  Schaffner 
Third  row:    John   Carroll,   Richard   Brown,    Richard  Capek,    Harold   Heisler,   Everett  Fields,    Paul    Metzger,   Raymond   Westman,   John  Gross,   treasurer; 

Raymond  Swansen,  Thomas  Pyka,  John  Grimson,  Chuan  Chen 
Second  row:    Richard  Wharton.   Edwin   Levitan.  Thomas  Schrader,  Robert  Quinlan,   Richard    Hill.  Gonzalo  Ramirez,   Donald  Krahe,  Ja s  Rovelstad, 

Armando  Cardenas.  Joseph  Werth,  Robert.  Coughlin 
Bottom  row:     George   Kiinber.   Arden    Degner,    Leroy  Grossman,   John   Kurzrock.   Stanley  Rzepecki.    Donald   Novy,   Ronald   Hansen.   Ronald  Zitko,   Douglas 

Leader,  Ricardo  Artero,  Gerald  Davis 


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Top  rote;    Neale  Wallace,   Robert   Mickey.   Irvin   Lawfer,   John   VVier,   .lames   Bridgeland,  John  Rentschler,   Donald  Smith,  John   Herschelman,  Norman 

Bottom  row:    Gerald  Wagler.   Ronald  Fink,  Jon   Ellis,  Gordon  Ropp,  secretary-treasurer;  (ilenn   Holmes,  president;  LeRoy  Sander,   vice  president;  Ivan 

Lawfer,  Kenneth  (Jetz.  Joe  Bicknell 
Not  in  panel :    Donald  Shreffler,  reporter;  Donald  Loomis 


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Dairy   I  echnology  bociety  dairy  industry 

Top  row :    Prof.  Ernest  Herreid.  Richard  Lauff,  Erwin  Albrecht,  Pierre  Petit 
Third  row:    Arlan  Scheidenhelm,  Jack  Trnmmel.  James  Bender,  Stanley  Nelson 
Srrond  row;    John  Jachera.  William  Honore,  Ralph  Turnbull,  (Jojila  Murthy 

Bottom   row:     Laurence   Byrne,  secretary;   Richard   Weber,   treasurer;    Norman    ECalbas,   president;    Franklin   Mrazek,   vice   president;   Stewart  Tnckey, 
advisor 


Top  row:    Donald  Doney,  Ronald  Young,  .lane  King,  Thomas  Barnard,  Clyde  Graham,  Alice  Smith,  Sarah  Currier,  Leah  Truxell,  Wayne  Broeren 
Third  rote:    Paul  Novak,  John  Whitman,  John  Young,  Salo  Rebhar,  Vito  Coleca,  president;   Donald  Glyn,  Marcus  Orr,  John  Torrnace,   Marvin   Berron 
Second  row:    Norma  McClure,   Raymond   Hunt,   Wallace  Manville,   Robert.  Kaloupek,  Glenwood    Perkins,   vice  president;  Marilyn    Dunn,   Marilyn   Brown, 

Donald  Swift,  advisor 
Bottom,  row:    Timothy  Nugent,  advisor 
Not  in  panel:    Bruce  Aldendifer.  secretary;  Donald  Seiffert,  treasurer;  Alfred  Oelschlegel,  Eugene  Emmerich,  Marvin  Lapicolas,  Anthony  Sokol,  Stephan 

Bodnar,  James  Dee.  Max  Kartell,  .lames  Wilder.  Doris  Sutton.  VVayland  Smith.  Marshall  Blankenship,  Frederick  Bumpers,  William  Nothdurft,  John 

Courtney,  Brice  Huddleston 

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Gamma  Alpha  Chi  „o„ors  w«me„  ,„  a^m^ 

Top  row:    Annette  Teilelhaum.  Jorjean   Krumm,   (ireta  Erirkson.   Nancy  McCarty,   Mary   Lou   Miller.   Jacqueline  Mash.   Mary  Konstans,   June  Mansl.arh 
Second  row:    Dr.  Charles  Sanda^e,  Donna  Frame,  treasurer;  Lois  Gualano,  vice  president;  Joyce  Reace,  president;  Zoe  Berry,  secretary;  Fannie  Magni- 

salis,  Florence  Walters,  Joyce  Merger 
Bottom  row:    Janice  Jordon,  Martha  Roe.  Yvonne  Gouchenour,  Joann  Weaver.  Sahra  Mills 
Not  in  panel :    Delores  Drennan,  Gloria  (Jable,  Joyce  Sternaman 


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Top  row  :    Waldo  Donaho,  Dr.  .lames  Kamp,  Dr.  C.  E.  Ackerman.  James  Cipra,  Ronald  Konzak,  Tommy  Kay,  Robert  r>ils,  Charles  Zeman 
Second  row:    James   Karas.    Henry   Moorehouse,   Jimmy   Dates.   Orrin   Ferris.   .lames  Curtis.   Prof.  John   Culbert.   Dr.   Frederick  Weinard.  Gail  Fosler 
Bottom   roc.-     Paul  Borik,   Albert  Sclieffler.    oice  president;   Eugene   Eckebrecht,  secretary;   Mary   Price.   Charles  Amrine,   president;  Jerry  Washburne 
Xot  in  panel:    Roger  De  Young,  treasurer 

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broadens  students'  interests  in  the  field 
horticulture 


Top  row:    Clarence  Schlueter,  Jerry  Hasen,  Edward  Gonwa 

Second  row:    Harvey  Hartline,  Robert  Hayuard.  Allan  May,  Raymond  Koontz,  Robert  Hansen,  Frank  Matuszak 

Bottom  row:    Prof.  Arthur  Colby,  advisor;  Melvin  Schlueter,  secretary-treasurer;  Henry  Riechman,  president;  Leroy  Schuster,   vice  president;  Richard 

Beihl,  reporter 
Not  in  panel:    Wesley  Koster.   Howard   Walker.   Van   Burgess,   Edward   Runge,   John   Saner.   Robert    Heggemeir,   William  Cinnamon.   F]arl   Heal.   Donald 

Taylor.  Herschel  McPheron,  Martin  Kovacs,  James  Malum.  Dr.  Roy  Simons,  Donald  Loomis 


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The  Isabel  Bevier  Home  Economics  Club 
was  founded  at  the  University  of  Illinois  as 
the  first  club  of  its  kind  in  the  country.  The 
goals  of  the  organization  are  to  develop 
interest  in  home  economics  atthe  University, 
to  promote  friendship  between  the  students 
and  faculty,  and  to  develop  a  greater  ap- 
preciation of  the  home.  The  club  also  seeks 
to  stimulate  interest  and  to  increase  knowl- 
edge of  professional  home  economics. 

Among  the  activities  of  the  Home  Eco- 
nomics Club  are  the  Freshman  Tea,  the  All- 
Ag  Field  Day,  the  Plow  Boy  Prom,  the  An- 
nual Home  Economics  Banquet,  the  Christ- 
mas Party,  and  the  Mother's  Day  Style  Show. 
The  purposes  of  the  regular  monthly  meet- 
ings are  to  develop  and  strengthen  an  edu- 
cational and  professional  understanding  or 
home  economics  and  to  increase  social  rela- 
tionships among  the  members. 


Officers — Top  row:     Mary  Ann    Rogers,   publicity  chairman;  Marilyn   Minks, 

social  chairman;  Eunice  Johnson,  membership  chairman;  Joyce  Bolton, 

secretary 
Bottom    rou  :     Patricia    Johnson,    treasurer;    Mrs.    Pear]    Janssen,    advisor; 

.Mary     Barlow,    president;     Betty    Johnson,     i'i<-r    president;    Elizabeth 

Simpson,  advisor 


Home  Economics  Club 


Top  row:  Ferol  Martin,  Mary  Lacy,  Mary  Hill,  Lois  Johnson,  Lois  Williston,  Eliss  Sanders.  Orpha  Crook.  Marianne  Fisher,  .Mary  Garman,  Dorothy 
Figge,  Helen  Brubaker,  Shirley  Erickson 

Fourth  row:  Komeyne  Schrock,  Caryl  Towsley,  Edith  Williams,  Mary  Carson,  Romaine  Johns,  Gwendolyn  Owen.  Harriet  Hutchings,  Joanne  Turner, 
Audrey  Swanson,  Carol  Krause,  Janice  Whitaker,  Beverly  Wheeler 

Third  row:  Velma  Riley,  Carol  Neureuther,  Mary  Welch,  Carole  Truckenbrod,  Patricia  Thudium,  Eleanore  Goldsmith,  Dorothy  Faulds,  Frances  Sher- 
man, Louise  Ericsson,  Adele  Haven.  Marie  Hans,  Zoe  Nelson,   Nancy  Jones,   Pearl   Hanebutt,   Frances  Smith.  Audrey  Nelson 

Second  row:  l'at  Coulson,  .loan  Bliss,  Ann  Roe,  Dolores  Drown,  Barbara  .lessen,  Anita  Slahl.  Ruth  Large,  Bertha  Sternberg,  (iene  Stiinart.  Roberta 
Edwards.  Edith  Bassler,  Roberta  Beimfohr,  Barbara  Murphy,  Donna  Yetter.  Wilma  Manning,  Rita  Smith,  Virginia  Ruiz 

Bottom  row:  Frances  Clauser,  Betty  McDougall,  Marilyn  Perry.  Mary  Baird,  Eugenie  Jones,  Betty  Johnson,  rice  president;  Eunice  Johnson,  Mary 
Barlow",  president;  Marilyn   Minks,  Joyce  Bolton,  secretary;  Mary  Rogers,  Patricia  Johnson,  treasurer;  Doris  Crist.  Eloise  [vers,  Charlotte  Hogan 

Not  in  panel:  Marilyn  Mieker,  Carol  Firch,  Marilyn  Marine,  Georgiana  Glover,  Elizabeth  Hopkins,  Jane  Arvedson,  Mary  Lou  Wise.  Carolyn  Campbell, 
Harriet  Seymour,  Faith  Mitrovitch,  Elizabeth  Strum,  Joyce  Booth,  Jnliann  Ankenbrand,  Jean  Webb,  Patsy  Eaton,  Helen  Rossetti,  Ruth  McNabb, 
Phyllis  Diltns,  Phyllis  Wade,  Marilyn  Ebert,  Lorna  Hoge,  Martha  Prather,  Jessie  Wisegarver,  Lois  Stuenkel,  Jacquelyn  White,  Jean  Naffsinger, 
Joan  Brown,  Viva  Moody,  Frances  Adams,  Mary  Ann  McCue,  Betty  Monroe.  Rae  Star.  Gracie  Baird,  Jean  Plumb,  Beverly  Brissenden,  Merle  Smed- 
berg,  Marjorio  Main.  Mary  Jane  Bourne,  Jo  Bender,  Marilyn  Womeldorff,  Jean  Thormahlon,  Gladys  Baumann,  Mary  Pinkerton,  Marilyn  Folk 


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2'o;i  roit'.-    Jimmy  Daugherty,  Don  Huftalin,  Marlin  Stewart.  Ruel  Becker,  Joseph  Stetson.  James  Day.  Raymond  Dnewer.  William  Stinnett.  Roger  Quinn, 

Robert  Weiss,  Wendell  Cleaver,  John  (arson.  Robert  Knnilson,  Ulon  Ulebolt 
Third  row:    LaYerne  Gillespie.  Ralph  Ziegler.  William  Baird,  Wallace  Reynolds.  Merritt  Sprague,  William  Britz,  Paul  Curtis.  Fritz  Heyl.  Thomas  Hille- 

brenner,  Richard  Vial,  Max  Fulling,  Terry  Wilken 
Second  row:    Howard  Elliot,  Donald  Masters,  James  Ash.  James  Morrison.  Leonard  Gardner,  William  Cunningham.  Raundle  Ericson,  James  Ross.  Dale 

Feaster,  Walter  Tarleton.  Alvin  Warren,  Stephen  McQuillan,  Franklyn  Willey,  Bertil  Mattson 
Bottom  row:    David  Cole,  Mt>rle  Miller.  Joseph  Umbach.  Roily  Main.  Peter  Peterson,  secretary;  Elmer  Garlach,  president;  Robert  Largent.  vice  president; 

Lowell  Warner,  treasurer;  William  Heinhorst,  Charles  Limker.  Gordon  Ropp.  Richard  Bell.  Rolland  Pettit 


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animal  science 


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terest in  the  field  of  aeronautical  science 


Top    row:    John    Fisher,    Richard    Dieterich.    D.   Mahaffy,    Thomas   Konrad,   Richard   Heinz.   Thomas   Muir.   Kenneth   Kopp.   Robert   Chandler,    Frederick 

Mobley 
Thin',   roir:    James  Avery,    Dwight   Moberg,   James  Xerikos.   John   Mihatovic.   Gerald   Kinroth,   John   Heckel,   J.  Burt,   David   Mann,   Donald   Sund,   Irvin 

Webster 
Second  row:    Richard  Somerville.   Robert  Gruner.  Ray  Siewert.   Edwin   Perlman.   Frank  Vileta,   Robert   Boscher.   Richard   Medjrich.  William  Russell 
Bottom  roii-:    Helen   Signor.  Ronald  Arnold,  secretary-treasurer;  Harry  Hilton,  advisor:  Cordon   Booz.  president;  Rex  Whitehurst.  vice  president;  Edgar 

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The  aim  of  the  Mini  Marketing  Club  is  to 
assist  the  student  in  orienting  himself  to  the 
requirements  of  the  business  world  by  keep- 
ing up  with  the  latest  trends  in  the  field  of 
marketing. 

Sponsored  by  the  American  Marketing 
Association,  the  lllini  Marketing  Club  meets 
its  objectives  through  monthly  meetings  de- 
signed to  give  the  members  a  chance  to 
hear  prominent  men  in  the  field  of  market- 
ing discuss  the  marketing  problems  of  the 
day.  Members  also  benefit  by  field  trips 
to  various  marketing  centers  and  by  the 
publication,  Journal  of  Marketing. 

A  staff  appointed  by  the  Student  Market- 
ing Clubs  headquarters  advises  the  lllini 
Marketing  Club.  This  year's  advisory  staff, 
headed  by  Mr.  Donald  Hay,  is  planning  an 
even  larger  and  broader  program  than  those 
of  previous  years. 


Officers — Top   row:     Do'iald    Hay.    advisor;   John    Murphy,    vice    president; 

Clarence   Wright,    vice   president;  Robert   Hancock,  advisor 
Bottom  row:    Richard    iarr..nt.  secretary;  Fred   Edick,   vice  president;  Rob 

ert  Gash,  president;  Stuart   Borg,   rice  president;  Byron  Thorpe,  treas- 

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Top  rote:    Donald  Hay.  Robert  (iacb.  John  Murphy,  Stuart  Borg,  Richard  Tarrant.  Clarence  Wright,   Byron  Thorpe,  Fred   Edick,  Robert  Hancock 
Third  row:    Fernand  Merrier,  James  Svec,  Wendell  Doolittle,  Theodore  Shift'.  Roger  li.jorvik,  Ivan  Slavis.  Ralph  (irauer.  Bruce  Peeke,  Ronald  Meadows, 

Richard  Dragovan,  Kenneth  Mortensen,  Carol  Martin,  Thomas  Dore,  Robert  Rickert,  John  Westby 
Second  row:    Yale  Lauter,  Louise  Ericsson,  Janice  Rosenberg,  Donald  Whitsitt,  Gerald  Dempsey.  Curtis  Branoni.  Donald  Lentz.  John  Thompson,  Richard 

Takacs,  Martin  McAdams,  Ernest  Sims.  Philip  Cox,  Donald  Grass.  Edward  Kercher.  Norman  Rohlfing,  Fred  Dickinson 
Botton,    row:     Imoeleanor   Jones.    Barbara    Baker,    Rolf    Cedarwall,    Phillip    Merriman.    Charles    Covey.    Howard    Kahn.    Herbert    Shayman.    Hal    Lasater, 

James  Jackson,  Fred  Werno.  Albert  Roland,  Mark  Symons.  Alan  Eirinberg,  Lowell  Martin.  Charles  Flagler.  Theresa  Ruth 


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Toj>  rote:    Gopala  Murthy,  Julius  Gideon,  Jyoti   Bhattacharjee,  Jaysingbhai  Chaudhari,  Binial  Baehhawat,  president;  Mohkam  Sandhu,  vice  president; 

Vasant  Bhalerao,  Sundaram  Seshu,  Dodla  Redely.  Ramanath  Punja,  Kanwal  Bawa 
Third  row:    Muthyala   Ramarao,  Mohinder  Singh.   Dattatray  Bhise,   Dean   Arthur  Hamilton,  Lyla  Jacobs,  Goori  Ghosh,  Ahalya  Chari,   Lily  Seshu.   s.    I'. 

Mistry,  Fazlur  Khan 
Second  row:    Guatam  Khosla,  Shyam  Wadlnvani,  Paramesh  Ray.  Ajit  Challani,  Aj it  Sinha.  Krishna  Josh 
Bottom  row:    Ramakishna  Rao.  Dehalirata  Ohoudhury.  Sidagourda  Khot.  Rathnani  Sanga 

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IxCramOS     promotes  scholarship  and  interest  in  ceramic  art 

Top  row:    William   Plankenhorn,  Arthur  Friedberg,   Iivin   McKeand,   Robert   Foxall,  John  Schultz,  Gene  Thomasson,  Alfred  Allen.  James  Nelson.  Ralph 

Kraft,   Eugene  Lynch 
Bottom  row:     Robert   Beals,  Andrew  Andrews.   Robert  Mertens,  president;  Victor  Tennery,  treasurer;   Richard  Anderson,   vice  president;  Peter  Shalek, 

secretary;  Prof.  Ralph  Hursh,  advisor;  George  Stockdale 


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Top  row:    Kenneth  Miles,  William  Wake,  Nathan  Brenner,  Gerald   Petacqne,  Kenneth  McGaw,  Robert  Cole,  Ever  Nelson,  Richard  Paterson,  Charles  Mess- 
man,  Leonard  Flynn,  February  vice  president;  Oliver  Mann 
Sixth  rotr:    Stephen  Covey,  Roger  Little,  Henry  Lewis,  Joseph  Van  Hooreweghe,  February  president;  Herbert  Schuh,  Donn  Johnson,  George  Thompson, 

Alan  Wienman,  Ralph  Glenn,  June  treasurer;  Edward  Conner 
Fifth   row:     Keith   Roberts,    Ellis  Krapf,    Walter  Soroka,    Kenneth   Strand,    Richard    Scheflow,    Albert   Cross.    Kenneth   Swart/.,    Thomas   Miner,    Oral    Kos!. 

Daniel  Moore 
Fourth   row:     Maurice   Raizes,    Richard    Watson,    Martin    Schnlman,    Stanley   Arden.    Kae    Hciple,    Bernard    Gillman,    June    vice    president;    Robert   Kelly, 

Kenneth  Xellis,  William  Todd,  Shirl  Laughlin 
Third   row:     Donalil   Tolmie,    Robert   Tnrnbow,    James    Peacock,    Gregory  Tnmbarello,    Morris   Simons.    Donald    Storm,    Ralph    Pearman,    William   Killian. 

Adiel  Hart.   Donald  Rikli 
Second  row:    Anna   Kuizin,   Seymour  Regal,    Donna  Klingbiel,    Peter   Ferracuti,    David   Cohen,   Alfred   McWhorter,   Randall   West,   June  president;   Carl 

Stowc,  Marian  Martin,  Kathryn  Messman,  June  secretary;  Ellen  Tinkofr 
Bottom  row:     Prof,  George  Weisiger,    Prof.    Kenneth  Carlston,    Prof.  John   Cribbet,    Prof.   Russell  Sullivan,    Prof.   Jesse  Viiune.    Dean   Albert   Harno,    Prof 

Merrill  Schnebly,  Prof.  Harold  Holt.  Prof.  George  Coble.  Prof.  William  Britton.  Prof.  Waller  Summers 
Not  in  panel:   Ray  Kimble.  February  secretary-treasurer 


Law  School  Senior  Class  ffCCl  iTtiSS  ** 
Nu  Beta  Epsilon  to0thef!?udycroViat 

Top  row:    Melvin  Routman.  Gordon  Stone.  Sheldon  Mitchell,  Nathan  Brenner.  Ronald  Miller,  Al  Greiman.  Martin  Schnlman,  Wallace  Peldman,  Joe  Soils 
Bottom  row:    Allan  Blair,   marshal;  Seymour  Regal,   rice  chancellor;  David  Cohen,  chancellor;  Rubin  Colin,  advisor;   Norman  Aronovsky.  corresponding 

scribe;  Irving  Fishman,  recording  scribe 
Not  in  panel :    Stanley  Arden,  Gerald  Lipsictz,  exchequer;  Gerald  Petacque,  Maurice  Raizes.  Jerome  Shalon 


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Top  row:    Joseph  Risi.  Philip  Urso.  Sven  Gafvert,  Edward  Kazuk,  Donald  Townsend,  Dee  Lightbody,  William  Heitmami,  Albert  Klein.  Richard  Evanson 
Second  row:    Oleg  Terichow,  Walter  Lucas.  Richard  Gaydos,   William  Stocwer.   treasurer;   Richard  Sloan,  president;  Charles  Gordon,  Harold  Rolseth, 

Donald  Simpson 
Bottom  row:    Michael  Griffin,  Charles  (Mulders,  Richard  Trainor,  Jerry  Schweiker,  Ronald  Aiken,  Henry  Plahn,  Tommy  Ullom 
Not  in  /jane!:     Donald   Schelle.  William   Yario.    Denis  Bobka,  .lack  Tisdale,   William    Donley,   Walter  Bott,   Richard  Turley,   Richard   Dvorak,  Robert  Draz- 

nik,  Armand  Andre.    Robert   Dreshfield,   Richard   Anderson,  Richard   Berry,  August  Alexander,  James  Hatch,  Richard  Chester,  Joseph  Yancik,  James 

Stanley.    Wilford   Couts,    rice   president;   Warren    Holland,    secretary;    Leonard    Felts,   Prof.    William   Chedsev.    Prof.   Rudolph   Wuerker,   Prof.   George 

Clark 


Mineral  Industries  Society 


promotes  interest  in  min- 
ing and  metallurgy 


University  of  Illinois  Mother's  Association 

aids  and  advises  university  students 

Officers:    Mrs.  Beatrice  Mainey.  director;  Mrs.  Lloyd  Chalcraft,  first  vice  president;  Agnes  Tandberg,  executive  secretary;  Mrs.  James  Rodgers,  president; 

Mrs.   Genevieve    Barlow,   director;  Mrs.   Marie    Bradshaw,   second,    rice   president;   Mrs.    W.   <i.    Sternberg,   director;   Mrs.    William  Mash,   third,   vice 

president 
Xoi  in  panel      Mrs.  R.  C.  M.  Kraabel.  treasurer 


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"Orchesis"  is  a  Greek  word  meaning  "to 
dance."  The  purpose  of  the  organization  is 
to  offer  men  and  women  the  opportunity  for 
creative  dance  study,  composition,  and  per- 
formance,  and  also  to  stimulate  the  appreci- 
ation and  understanding  of  the  art  in  the 
community. 

Each  March  Orchesis  sponsors  a  concert 
in  conjunction  with  the  Contemporary  Arts 
Festival.  A  part  of  the  proceeds  from  this 
concert  are  allotted  for  a  scholarship  to  be 
awarded  to  a  member  of  the  group  for  sum- 
mer study  at  a  school  of  dance. 

Orchesis  also  sponsors  concerts  and  or- 
ganizes symposiums  in  which  other  colleges 
participate.  It  gives  lecture  demonstrations 
for  the  music  and  art  departments  and  other 
clubs  on  campus  and  in  the  community.  Or- 
chesis takes  part  in  the  combined  pro- 
ductions of  the  music,  drama,  and  dance 
departments. 


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Top  row:    Janice  Taxey.  secretary;  Nancy  Berquist,  Janet  Mueller.  Yvonne  Springer,  Ruth  Wylie,  treasurer;  Sylvia  Dordek,  Sally  Roach,  Marion  Teeuws, 

Charlotte  Millhrook,  Marianna  Arnold 
Second  row:    Martha  Culbert,   David  Breuer,  Ronald   Dirsmith,   Harry  Psighogios,  Anthony  Mazurkiewicz,   William  Hug.   Richard  Rowland.   Marjorie 

Knudstad 
Bottom  row:    Barbara  Evans,  Suzanne  Roe.  vice  president;  Mildred  Barnhart,  Marilyn  Chambers,  president;  Sally  Dillard,  Susanne  Krasso,  Jacquelen 

Devanny,  production  Manager 


Top  row:    Roland  Strawn,  Allan  Bohon 

Third  row:    Robert  Painter.   Rudolph  Moz,   Maiiene  Kimbark,  Julia  MacKnight,   Lynette  Howe,  Allen  Andrews,  Franklyn  Willey,   Donald  Potter,   Larry 

Lawler,   James  Peterson 
Second   voir :     Margaret  Schlemmer,    Shirley   Giesecke,   Anne   Davis.   Keith   Hunt,    Dolores   Lapaitis,    Lucille  Muzzarelli,  Jeannine   Burnier,   Betsy   Byrns. 

Carolyn  Krimbill,  James  McCormack 
Bottom   row:     Joseph    Bennett,    Mark   Symons,    Sally   Hager,    Barbara    Barnes,   Janet   Steam,    Barbara   Hill.    Betty   Greenberg,   Camille   Kirchner,    Marie 

Melville,  Lawrence  Schectman,  Margaret  Turnbow 

MD  develops  and  fosters  a  greater  interest 

aSK    and     baUDle    in  the  artistic  drama 


Pi     A^U     EpSllOn     honors  outstanding 


mathematics  students 


Top  row:    James  Abbott,  president;  Frederick  <!il<»s.  Donald  Sullivan,  Elaine  Hundertmark 

Second  row  :    Charles  Chubb,  Raymond  Polivka,  Quentin  Jeffries,  .lames  Hogan,  Joyce  Williams,  secretary 

Bottom  rote  :     Edward   Stejskal,  Rue  Belford,   Richard   Kin<r,  tnuistirrr;  Mohamed  El  Hifni,  Arno  Cronheim,  Jeanne  Crawford 

Not  in  panel:    Samuel  Benesch,  vice  president 


Top  row:    Allan   Bohon,   Matthew  Herman.   Roland   Strawn,   Andrew   Ekblaw,   James   Peterson,    vice   president;    Robert   Painter.    Donald  Potter,   Jerry 

Rhodes,  Douglas  Hurley.  Franklyn  Willey 
Bottom  row:    Lawrence  Schectman,  Joseph  Bennett,  Allen  Andrews.   Keith  Hunt,   treasurer;  Daniel  O'Connell,   Larry  Lawler.   corresponding  secretary; 

John  Juergensmeyer,  recording  secretary ;  Mark  Symons,  president 

i    ICrrOtS    honors  men  outstanding  in  dramatics 


P.         '  promotes    bonds    of    friendship    and    high    scholastic 

raetOnanS    achievement 


Top  row:   Richard  Sawislak,  Oscar  Kriegman,  Ronald  Appel,  Stephen  Klein,  Max  Light,  Allen  Man  aster,  Richard  Laner,  Norman  Share 

Second  row:    Sherwin  Mizell.  Lawrence  Schectman,  Robert  Dreshfield,   Mark  Zeal,   vice  president;  Marvin  Klein,  president;   Berle  Schwartz,  treasurer; 

Marshall  Sutker,  Robert  Nieman 
Bottom  row:    Walter  Karatz,  James  Hefter,  Ernest  Rubinstein.  Charles  Gross,  Burl  Vlay.  Norman  Greane,  Joseph  l'.liit 
Noi  in  panel:    Seymour  Regal.  Daniel  Miller,  Armand  Zaleon,  Morris  Silverman.  Irving  Fishman,  Robert  Dallak 


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7'n/i  me  ■    Doris  Valenta,  Jerili  Romeo,  Sandra  Schwartz.  Dora  Fishel,  Mary  Gibson,  Wilma  Stack.  Martha  Parker.  Mary  Armstrong,  Mary  Rigney 
Second  row:    Marilyn  Jones.  Janet  Belyea,  Janice  Belyea.  Arlene  Hoffmann,  Nancy  Rynearson,  Natalia  Kochan,  Susan  Winchester,  Delores  Gillan 
Bottom  row:    Joanna  McBride,  Patricia  Seymour,  corresponding  secretary;  Susan  Jennings,  treasurer;  Sally  Emrich,  president;  Ann  Blout,  vice  presi- 
dent; Jacquelyn  Eadie,  Shirley  Locke.  Judy  Powell 
Not  in  panel:    Myrian   Baker.  Rita  Evans.  Georgia  Hall.  Jane  Lee,   Doris  Sandlund,  Marilyn   Welsch,  Carol  Selle.   Patricia  Larsen,  Jean  Kennedy 


Sigma  Alpha  lota  BTSS 


promotes  high  standards  of  performance 
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S' 1^^  !■.-      f^Li     furthers  the  advancement  of  high  iournal- 
IPma     Uelta     KJTiX     istic  standards 


Top  row:    Joseph.  McDivit,  Robert  Clemens,  Thomas  Bender.  Earl  Moses.  Gene  Wallace.  Roy  Small.  Frank  Konrad,  Max  Light,  Robert  Blanchard,  David 

Martin.  Edward  Jenison,  Alan  Hertzberger 
Third   row:     Alfred    Barboro,    Richard   Craig.    Charles   Sengstock.   William   G  ruber,    Lewis   Golan,   Oliver  Colvin,    Seymour  Handwerker,   William   Mason, 

David  Phillips,  Richard  Lidberg,  Harold  Nettleship,  Marlin  Coleman 
Srrmii'.   row:     Harry  Kariher,  Arthur  O'Leary,  John   Hamilton,   Raymond   Weiss.   Bruce  Colvin,  Donald   Dodds.  Charles  Bellatti,   Ronald   Losee,   Richard 

Fell,  Deane  Johnsos,  Norman  Greene,  Horace  1'ieger 
Bottom  row:     Nick  Stachniak,   William  Holden,  Louis  Berolatti,   vice  president;  George  Plenderleith,  secretary;  John  Trebilcock,  advisor;  Wayne  Wolt- 

man.  president;  Abraham  Zaidan,  treasurer;  Eivind  Berdal,  John  Gunn,  William  Moore 
Xo!  in  lionet:     Fred  Christensen.   Edward  Wojtas,  Arlen   Large.  William  Cain,  Joseph  Streicher.  Frank  French,  James  Ross,  Howard  Balson,  John  Bird, 

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Top  row:     Paul   Bowers,   John   McEwen,   John   Schmidt.   Dee  Glueck,   Robert   Wold.    Prof.   Richard   Williams.   Prof.   Driver  Lindsay,   Dan   Durfee,   Prof. 

Jack  Baker 
Si ''oud  row:    Stanley  Goldberg,   Benjamin   DeCamp.    vice   president;   Don  Turner,   treaswrer;   Charles  Gathers,   secretary,   Carl   Rauchenberger,   Victor 

Isaksen.  John  Rnffner.  John  Messner 
Bottom  row:    Prof.  Gabriel  Guevrekian,  Thomas  Brown,  president;  Harold  Steed.  Robert  Fra/.ier.  Prof.  John  Wood 
Not  in  panel :    Denis  Keith.  Andrew  Perolio,  Richard  Wolf,  Donald  Fears.  Robert  Simonds,  Allen  Kay.  David  Condon 

iC3T3D    promotes  good  fellowship  in  the  architectural  profession 


^Cimil3r     promotes  interest  in  amateur  fencing 


Top  row:   Arthur  Schiller,  Donald  Boruszak,  James  Ross.  Marvin  Lieberman,  Lawrence  Silverman 

Bottom  row:   John  Miller,  secretary;  William  Shewchuk,  president;  Prof.  Maxwell  Garret,  advisor:  William  Novak,  treasurer 

Not  in.  panel :   John  Cameron,  vice  president 


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Top  rote:    William  Warren,  Donald  Jeppsen,  Robert  Olander,   Lawrence  Johnson,   Roy  Mallstrom,  Robert  O'Donnell.  John  Mueller.  Lvle  Ferguson,  Jay 

Field 
Fourth  row:    William  Brown,  Stanley   Placzek.  Richard  Perry.  Howard  Kahn.   Monte  Gaul,  William  Washburn,  Clifford  Martin.  Robert  Kucera 
Third  row:    Donald  Lentz.  Keitli   Mattcrn.   Robert  Wilson.  Theodore  Shift'.  William  Luthi,  John  Corcoran.  George  Ho.skinson.  Raymond  Miezelis 
Second  row:     Charles  Rockwood,  Joseph  Hustak,   Allan    Lederer,   Louis  Zeleznikar.   Roger  Beckett.    Richard   Sellers.   Gordon   Richards.    Louis  Fleck 
Bottom  row:     Peter  Jensen,   treasurer;   Hugh  Dolby,    rice  president;   Prof.  Merten   Mandeville,   advisor;   Robert   Groemling,  president;   Robert   Sklare, 

Daniel  Brabec,  Leo  Pietrzak,  secretary 

Society  for  Advancement  of  Management 

increases  interest  in  scientific  management 

Society  of  Automotive  Engineers  promotes 

technical   interest  in   automotive,   aircraft,   diesel   and   gas   turbine   areas 

Top  row:    Prof.  John   Miles.  Sherman   Bremer,  Leonard  Mattson,   Evan   Roberts,    David   Ward,    Donald   Roy,   Everett  Fields,   Douglas  Leader,   Berchard 

Coppens 
Second  row:    Gonzalo  Ramirez.  Donald  Novy,  Ronald  Zitko.  Charles  Pressman,  corresponding  secretary;  Joseph  Lusko,  Dean  Martin,  Joseph  Blitt,  John 

Gross.  Ronald  Goe,  chairman 
Bottom  row:    Stanley  Rzepecke,   Ronald   Hansen,   Richard   Hill,   Donald  Diemer.   William  Cot-ley,   Arden   Degner.  Armando  Cardenas 
Not  in  panel:     Edward  Anderson.    Donald    Bailey,  Charles   Banter,  John  Bartolletti,  Carl    Blattner,    Donald   Burnett.   Lorimer  Crews,  Gerald  Davis.  Robert 

Dc/eleik.    Lloyd  Falk,   Anton   Gapp,    Leonard  Greenberg,   William   Hagemeyer,   William  Haley,   Donald  Huffman,  Jerry  Irvin,    Donald   Kaiser,  Richard 

Lance,    Fred   Macdonald,   Robert  Pariosoli,   Carl   Peterson.    Eugene   Roeske,   Takeo   Shibata,   Larry   Stump,   Liauf-Neng  Tao,   Joseph   Werth,   Donald 

Wilson.   Peter  Wittenstrom 


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Top  row:    Fred  Dickinson,  Allan  Lederer,  John  Mueller.  John  Greathouse,  William  Trapp 

Third  row:   Thomas  Flattery.  George  Gandrau,  Robert  Rapsilber,  Thomas  Dore,  Charles  Rockwood 

Second  row:    Wayne  Baxmann,  president;  Louis  Dickinson,  vice  president;  Theo  McConnell,  secretary;  Morton  Zimmerman,  treasui 

Jack  Shaver.   Richard   Roxburgh 
Bottom  row  :    Samuel  Dashefsky.  Ronald  Clayton.  Peter  Wragg,  Dan  Eilers 
Not  in  panel:    Cyrus  Alexander.  Charles  Clark.  William  Cullen.  Waller  Karat/.,  Waller  Kurlh.  Edward  Lynn 


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Student  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 

enables  students  to  contact  men  in  the  business  world 


Tall  III 


*      *     acquaints   the  taller  students  of  the  campus  with  one 
in  I     another 


Top   row:     George    Dain,   Stephanie   Kusek,   William   Burns,   Ann   Johnson.    Richard    Dut't'ey,   Judith   Rotman,   Charles  Schmidt,   Shirley  Lewis,   Victor   Hoar 
Bottom  row:    Margaret  Stone,  Kenneth  Schlomann,  Joanne  Carlson,  Sharon  Gorewit,  Dice  president;  Clare  Siewert,  treasurer;  Dale  Chambliss,  president; 

Elinor  Detihaugh.  secretary;  Van  Hearn,  Carol  Phillippe,  Douglas  Leader,  Carolyn  Brehsmer 
Not  in  panel:     Jeanne  Fricke,   John    Kentschler,   Roberta  Ginsburg,    Nancy  Clem,    Marcia   Leuchter,  Joseph  Malleck,  Frank  Thorp,  Morris  Jones 


Officers:     William    Ross,    executive    officer;    John    Krupka,    treasurer;    Law- 
rence Crawford,  secretary ;  Sherril]  Eastwood,  president 


Originally  chartered  in  1924,  the  Univers- 
ity of  Illinois  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club  became 
affiliated  with  the  National  Rifle  Association 
in   1946. 

Each  spring,  the  club  conducts  the  Inter- 
collegiate Invitational  Rifle  Match.  In  this 
match,  thirty-five  of  the  country's  leading 
rifle  teams  compete  for  numerous  trophies 
and  prizes.  The  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club  has 
taken  many  titles  and  trophies  including  the 
following:  first  place  in  the  first  University 
of  Illinois  Invitational,  third  place  in  the  Big 
Ten  Open  Championship  of  the  Illinois  State 
Match,  and  second  in  the  Intercollegiate 
Regional  with  one  man  winning  a  position  on 
the  All-American  team. 

Membership  is  made  up  of  students  and 
members  of  the  staff  and  faculty  who 
are  interested  in  the  sport  of  competitive 
shooting. 


University  of  Illinois  Rifle 
&  Pistol  Club 


Top  row:  Maido  Saarlas,  Barton  Regelbrugge,  John  Hayward,  Richard  Swanson,  Charles  Williamson,  (if raid  Massey,  Arinand  Andre,  Webster  Smith. 
Robert  Brigham,  John  Dickson,  Warren  Padore,  James  liugbee 

Second  row:  Otto  Stark,  Louis  Keller,  Charles  Hoover,  Robert  Lasser,  Richard  West,  William  Hover.  Irving  Stansell,  Stephen  McQuilken,  John  Blakslee, 
Donald  Austin,  James  Jarrell,  Charles  Newborn 

Bottom  row:  Henry  Bassett,  Jane  Edwards.  Maureen  Currier,  Sherril]  Eastwood,  president;  Lawrence  Crawford,  secretary;  John  Krupka,  treasurer; 
Margaret  Stone,  vice  president;  Dawn  Wolfe,  Robert  .Mickey.  Richard  Begalka 

Not  in  panel:  Jack  Arteques.  James  Baker.  Valerie  Handelin.  William  Bandelin,  Ruth  Brid/.ell.  Richard  Drown.  John  Bubon,  Alan  Buck,  Melvin  Cape- 
hart,  William  Cunningham,  Ronald  Davis,  Dale  Fahlheck.  .lames  Ferris.  Richard  Hall,  Richard  Holm,  Douglas  Joesting,  Walter  Juneau,  Jamshid 
Kahnemuyipur,  Delos  Kittoe,  Donald  Krayhill,  Phillip  Lee.  Robert  LeSeure,  Edward  Levin,  Richard  Lodus.  Eunice  Love.  David  Means.  Richard 
Mejdrick,  Marilyn  Petrini.  Melvin  Palm.  Jane  Poole,  David  Randolph,  George  Ratkovic,  Dieter  Rodrian,  Albert  Rosones,  William  Ross,  Ronald 
Schreiber,  Richard  Sloan.  Jerry  Summers,  Joseph  Umbach,  Pasco  LaVialette,  William  Weber,  William  Wilson,  Doyle  Webb 


Freshmen  and,  80phomoreg — Top  roir  :     Ralph  Holstein,  Merrill  Ottwein,  Robert  Keough.  Richard  Brown,  David  Warren,  Charles  Rossi,  Arthur  Twardock, 

J.  D.  Kerr,  Norman  Jones,  William  Powell,  Lloyd  Helper.  Thomas  Maudlin,  James  Fitzgerald,  James  Larsen,  Walter  Schwalbe,  Harvey  Schneider 
Third  row:     Robert   Dodson,   Carl   Ferrell,   Charles   Esser,    Ronald   West.    Vincent   Chaffee,   Alexander   Winter,   Robert   Kern,  John   Shiels.   Wallace  Brandt, 

Marlin  Kleckner,  David  McConnell.  Albert  Griffiths,  John  Clayton,  James  Allison,  Donald  Osborne 
Second  row:    Marjorie  Thompson,   Patricia  Gest,  Michael   Pellock,  Thomas  Phillips,  Paul  Leondis,  James  Finnell,  Jess  Lathrop,  Gordon  Iverson,  William 

Hopkins,   Daniel  Cohen,   Robert,  Peterson.   Irvin    Bunii,  Theodore  Kjellstrom,   Howard   Hobson.  Charles  Lewis.  George  Sheets.   Ralph  Ziegler 
Bottom   row:     Howard    Peterson.    Darrell  Jessen.    Elmer  Switzer.    Paul  Johnson.   Charles  Josephson.   Gregg  Taylor.   Wayne  Sanderson.    William  Matchett. 

Gilbert  Fischer.  Robert  Morris.  Paul  Quinn,  Thomas  Drije,  John  Roshorough 
Not  in  panel  :    Wayne  Mills.  Russell  Smith 

American  Veterinary  Medical  Association 

promotes  professional  knowledge  in  veterinary  medicine 


Juniors  and  seniors — Top   row:     Harold    Bahe.    Denzil    Dees,    Jesse    Payne,    Edwin    Wilkin.    Robert    Etheridge,    Frederick    Hembrough.    Ralph    McQueen. 

Arthur  Bottorff.   William  Searls,   Ralph   Hall.   Raol  Taft,   Donald   Strombeck,  James  Zabin,   William   Prusaczyk,   Walter  Fehrenbacher 
Third  row:    Louis  Ohlendorf,   Glenn   Hintermeister.   Paul    Burkitt,   Ira   Seigel.   Gerald    Dart.   William    Dolowy.   Robert   Galvin.   Thomas   Folkerts.   Donald 

Carren,  Leon  Striegel.  John  Ehrhardt,  John  Elder.  Stanley  Spesard.  Walter  Nehrkorn,  John  Merrick 
Seeond  row:    Prof.  Lorenz  St.  Clair,  advisor;  Glenn  Waxier,  president;  John   Dust,  president-elect;  John  Lykins,  secretary;  Allan  Graham,  treaswrer; 

Jewell  Schlapp,  student  representative;  James  Palmer,  student  representative;  John   Buckler,  Robert  Huff,  Bernard  Campbell,  Elmer  Owings,  Frank 

Adams,  Jerome  Banicki,  Kenneth  Klingele,  John  Graffy.  Earl  Kingry,  Clifford  Linker 
Bottom  row:    Elwin  Branz,  Edward  Shinn.  James  Nadler,  Frederick  Fricke,   Harold  McCutchan,   Harold  Heffernan,   Walter  Zuschlag,  Thomas  Gunhouse 
Not  in  panel:    Henry  Brouwer,  John  Haxby 


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Top  rote:    Richard  Pedersen,  Leonard  Olson.  William  Gratian,  secretary;  Joseph  Sabatella.  president;  Joseph  Gawronski.  James  Sampson 

Bottom  row:    David  Frisbie,  Sheldon  Simborg,  John  Clark,  Laurence  Friedman.  William  Selig 

Not  in  panel:  Kenneth  Pearce,  vice  president;  George  Kmiotek,  Vito  Minerva,  Jack  Lynch.  David  McFall.  James  Stelzner.  Joel  Roach,  Herman  Lukow, 
Erhard  Kugel,  Harry  Hellmuth,  Robert  Balzhiser.  Richard  Hangren.  Theodore  Poehlmann,  Ralph  Gray.  David  Miley.  treasurer;  Clarence  Iverson, 
Richard  Shepard,  James  Mitchell,  James  Penn,  John  Weil,  R.  Gauati,  Richard  Lane,  Donald  Dodds,  Thomas  Bank,  Robert.  Largent,  Frank  Bare, 
Harold  Todd,  Lyle  Ellicott,  Charles  Ferguson,  Norman  Ashley.  Dean  Thorn,  Herbert  Koelling 


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Arnold    Air    bOCiety    furthers  the  interest  of  the  Air  Force 

Top  row:    David  Kallal.  Donald  Brantingham,  Maiden  Nesheim,  Thomas  O'Shaughnessy,  John  Norton,  John  Bendigkeit,  Robert  Newlin,  Elmer  Gerlaeh, 

Marvin   N'eal 
Fourth  row:    Conway  Graves.  Charles  Daubs.  Robert  Brown.   Donald   1'feuft'er,  Richard  Schwartz,   Harry  Jamison,  Gordon  Booz,  Donald  Whitsitt,  Leroy 

Schuster.  Walter  Bott.  Richard  Ewbank 
Third  row:    Major  Ronald  Stewart,  advisor;  Lt.  James  Fagerburg,  personnel  officer;  Lt.  Burt  Eltzroth,  ("apt.  Lotcher  Wainscott,  executive  officer;  Major 

Richard  Riley,  squadron  commander;  Lt.  Kenneth  Shanklin,  adjutant-recorder;  Lt.  Dale  Feaster.  treasurer;  Lt.  Frederick  Kruzel,  operations  officer; 

Harry  Armstrong,  Rex  Whitehurst,  Major  Clarence  Odnm,  advisor 
Second  row:     N'eal  Parmenter,  James  Scherer.  Gerald   Myers.    Ronald    Levy.  T.  C.   Muhr.  Howard    Hogan,   William  Miller.  Harold  Gordon,   Wayne  Meyer. 

John  Anderson.  John  Krupka,  Donald  Manthei,  David  Andrews,  Robert  Whelan 
Bottom  row:    Frank  Seicll,  John   Kitch,   Harold   Burr.  George  Klorman.   Lloyd    Fray.  Joseph   Stetson.   Harold  Gabby,  George  Fox,  Richard  Edwards,  Jack 

Burk,  Mark  Symons 


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Toyi   row:     Harold  Cabby,   Warren   Cuplin,  Avroin  Pesmen,   Erliard  Kugel,  Richard  Hangren,   Daniel  James.   Daniel  Rajski,  Charles  Zimmerman.   Steven 

Webb,  Lawrence  Clark.  Roger  Freese.  George  Marko,  .Tames  Knaak.  Paul  Leppert,  Roy  Bender,  Wayne  Weber 
Fourth  row:    Dave  Jareo.  William  Clark.   Bernard  •Johnson.   Elmer  Hawkins,   William  Ward,  Clifford  Hickman.  Charles  Ellis,  Charles  McXelly,   Bruce 

Schafei',    Frank   Thorp,    Karl    Davidson,    William    Warner,    Daniel   Thelan,   James   Tappe,   Alford   Willard.   John    Moors.    Richard    Blechschmidt,   James 

Foresman.  Jack  Langille 
Third  row:    Arnold  Calvert.  Harold  Firestein.  Alan  Johnson.  Charles  Michels,  Murray  Smidt.  Seymour  Mandel.  Hob  Eckerty.  Richard  Walthers.  Raymond 

Wood,  John   Winston,  Tommy  Fay,   Richard  Sturm,  Frederick  Friedewald,  Joseph  Diaguila,   Paul  Rieke,  Richard  Vance.  David  Ehert,  Russell  Welker, 

Hugh  McMaster,    Walter  Rehm 
Second  row:    Robert   Bates,  George  Larsen.   William   Phillis.  Carl   Barthelemy,  Martin  Goldstein,  Lelund   Person,   Earl  Heal,  Albert  Jem,  Robert  Schmelt- 

zer,   Bradford   Robinson,  Thomas   Regul,    Richard   McCready,   Rolf  Cedarwall,   Donald    McMasters,   William  Albert,  Richard  Fair,  James  Wymer,  John 

McCarthy 
Bottom   row:     Richard  Webber,  James  Anderson,   Lt.  Charles  Little,   Howard   Simmons,  Hollis  Eyestone.  Clyde  Fisher,  finance  officer:  Robert  Fisher,  com- 
manding officer;  Jean  Frase.  sponsor;   Bryce   Peterson,  executive  offirer;   Herman   Lukow.  George   Brown,  John  Rhinedollar,   Maj.  Willis  Whitesell, 

Capt.  William  Kennedy.  Philip  Gates 
Not  i».  panel :    Lewis  Olivero,  Robert  Daugherty,  Melton  Hatch 

Pershing    RifleS     -Mows  students  to  participate  in  dri.l  practice 
r   rI3l3nX    honors  advanced  corps  cadets 

'I of  row:    Herman  Hokamp,  Robert  Wold,  Donald  Grill,  Donald  Stoetzel,  Edward   Hinds,  Milton   Brown 

Second  roc.-  John  Muerle,  adjutant;  Wilber  Bunting,  executive  officer;  Alan  Higgins,  commander;  William  Ascher,  finance  officer;  Robert  Frazier.  oper- 
ations officer 
Bottom  row:    Maynard  Rogers,  Charles  Gardner,  Ross  McNaught,  Thomas  Scott.  Hewitt  Hafer 


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Top  row:    Eugene  Yalowitz,  Joseph  Henderson.   William  McAllister,  Fred  Werno,  secretary-treasurer;  Eugene  White,   Eugene  Maynard,  William  Young 
Third  row:    Henry  Emoto,  Walter  Karatz,  Donald  Kuske,  Roger  Wing.  James  Flynn.  Robert  Cohen,  Alan  Eirinberg 
Second  row :    Melvin  Rapp,  Myron  Levy,  William  Goodheart,  president :  Paul  Quillman,  Robert  Drew.  Jerome  Clauser 
liottom  row:    William  Rusch,  Lester  Schultz 


Phi  Chi  Eta 


furthers  knowledge  about  the  Quartermaster  Corps 


I  3U     FN U       I   3U     promotes  interest  in  military  engineering 


Top  row :    Raimund  Shlaustas.  Robert  Vance,  Royce  Masterson,  Robert  Anderson.  Jerald  Conroy,  James  Johnson,  Richard  Friscb 
Second  row:    John  Sundene.  Robert  Edwards,  Dee  Glueck,  vice  president;  Lew  Markow.  president;  John  Grabowski,  Charles  Totten 
Bottom  row:    Porter  Womeldorff,  Alden  Orput,  James  Trail,  Richard  Petit,  Richard  Cicero.  James  Needham 
Not  in  panel :    Harris  Berenbaum,  treasurer;  Edward  Hynds.  James  Cleary,  Lee  Herwig,  Albert  Law 


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Top  row  :    Maurice  Sabath,  Charles  White,  James  Chalfant,  Ton)  Poklen,  Warren  Cuplin,  Eugene  Stunnard,  Albert  Roland,  John  Pulliam 

Second  row:    Ronald  Terit,  Rolf  Cederwall,  Gene  Conner.  Richard  Dashner,  Ronald  Losee,  Ronald  Lawfer,  Bernard  Eisner,  John  Moors 

Bottom  row:     Capt.   E.   R.   Renter,   Clyde  Fisher,   president;    Vance   Van   Tassell,    vice   president;    Donald   Brozek,   Richard   Fell,   Keith   Ha/./.ard.    Ronald 

Hanschman 
Not  in  panel:    Leslie  Behrend,  secretary-treasurer;  William  Levis 

If         -  (~*\      [       furthers  the  interests  of  infantry  students  in  mil- 

nrantry  Club  itary  affairs 

National  Defense  Transportation  Ass'n 


Richard    Hackins.    J.    E.    Warnock.   James   Smith,    George 
Rodney  Roberts,  Robert   Potter,  Kenneth 


Top  row:    Robert  Lavender,   Robert   Donovan,   Charles  Meyer,  Rae  Downey,   Bruno  Bruzguli 

Najim 
Fifth  row:    Sherman  Wirings,  Jerome  Meister,  John   Marshall.   Donald   Netzel,  Roger  Ludwig,   Robert    Randa 

Jacobs 
Fourth  row:    Franklvn   Willev,   Donald   Shaw,  Jerrv  Farber.   Bertil   Mattson,  Frank  Torres.   Robert   Hershbarger,   Robert   Strope,   Frank  Mezek.   William 

Willcox 
Third  row:    Major  Clyde  Russell,  David  Shanks,  Thomas  Sullivan,  Thomas  Flattery.  Peter  Galuk,  Joseph  Moran,  Jerome  Smith.  Alexander  Bower,  Robert 

Lumsden 
Second  row:    Captain  Lawrence  Kaufer,  Jack  Lorman,  David  Dietcmann,  Richard  Hoffman,  Thomas  Dore,  James  Brown,  Lowell  Martin,  Leonard  Gold- 

stick,   Bruce  Frazier 
Bottom  row:    James  Winkelman,  Robert  Frala.  Tommy  Ulloni,  .secretary ;  Walter  Lucas,  president;  John  Seller,  treasurer;  Richard  Heath,  vice  president ; 

Roger  Brooke,  Robert  Smith 


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Officers — Top  row:    Melton  Hatch,  first  lieutenant;  Robert  Foxall,  first  ser- 

geant 
nullum  row:    Duane  McCurdy,  Pit):  James  Clarkson,  captain;  .lames  Han- 

nagan,  second  lieutenant 


The  purpose  of  Scabbard  and  Blade,  na- 
tional military  honorary  fraternity,  is  to  raise 
the  standard  of  military  education  in  Amer- 
ican universities.  Scabbard  and  Blade  en- 
uourages  good  qualities  in  officers  and  pro- 
motes friendship  among  the  cadet  officers. 

Organized  at  the  University  of  Illinois  in 
1909,  Company  F  was  the  fifth  company  to 
join  the  organization.  Today  the  society 
has  I  10  companies  organized  into  nine  regi- 
ments with  a  total  membership  of  55,000. 
Members  are  chosen  yearly  from  the  ad- 
vanced corps  of  Army,  Air  Force,  and  Naval 
R.O.T.C.  They  are  selected  on  the  basis  of 
their  all-around  ability. 

National  officers  are  elected,  petitions  for 
new  companies  are  voted  upon,  and  future 
policies  are  discussed  at  national  conven- 
tions which  are  held  annually. 


Scabbard  and  Blade 


Top  row:    Lewis  Handler.  Donald   Potter.  Donald  Lathrop,  Charles  Wheeler,  John  Norton.  Glenn  Speer,  Joseph  Henderson.  Frederick  Buxton,  Richard 

Riley,  Donald  Pfeuffer,  Louis  Zeleznikar 
Si'cnnd  nitr:     Harry  Armstrong,   Burt  Eltzroth,  William  Goodheart,   Melvin   Rapp,   Bryce   Peterson,  Herman   Lukow,  Daniel  Durfee,  John  Powell,   David 

Brademas 
Bottom  row:    Robert  Shaw.  Rex  Whitehurst.  Melton  Hatch,  James  Clarkson.  Robert  Foxall.  Duane  McCurdy 
Not  in.  panel :     Dwight   Kenton,    David    Battaglia,    Howard   Callahan.    David    Fonseca,    Philip  Gates,   Dee   Glueck,   James  Hannagan,   Hobart   Hinderliter. 

Waller  Karatz,  George  Kmiotek,  Arthur  Lisowski,  Charles  Loughlin,  George  Moore,  Jack  Moore.  Kenneth  Shanklin,  Howard  Simmons,  Irwin  Yarnio 


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Top  row:    William  Milbratz.  John  McEwen,  Harry  Newman,  Laurence  Higgins 
Second  row :    Robert  Wold,  Harold  Griffith,  Hershel  Post,  Robert  Einsweiler,  Thomas  Klansmever 

Bottom  row:    Prof.  Robert  Smith.  John  Messner.   Donald  Sporleder,  secretary ;  Robert  Torkelson,   trice  president;  David  Saner,  president;  Benjamin  De- 
Camp,  treasurer ;  Tevis  Freeman,  Prof.  Robert  Link 
Not  in  panel :    John  Schmidt,  Donald  Brotherson 


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Religious  Organizations 


Some  of  the  most  important  groups  of  organi- 
zations on  campus  are  the  religious  organizations. 
Their  primary  purpose  is  to  fulfill  the  spiritual 
needs  of  the  students.  Each  foundation  strives 
to  instill  religious  values  by  conducting  services, 
giving  credit  courses  in  religion,  and  maintaining 
libraries   of  religious   writings. 

The  religious  foundation  also  serves  as  a  cul- 
tural center  for  the  student.  Dramatic  groups, 
choral   groups,   forums,   lectures,   and   discussion 


groups  all  contribute  to  the  cultural  develop- 
ment necessary  for  the  well-rounded  student. 

Social  activities  are  also  furthered  by  the  re- 
ligious foundations  on  campus.  Coffee  hours, 
mixers,  picnics,  and  dances,  both  formal  and  in- 
formal, are  typical  of  the  many  social  events 
sponsored   by  the  foundations. 

In  the  following  pages  of  the  ILLIO  appear 
the  religious  foundations  on  campus  represent- 
ing many  of  the  religious  denominations. 


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1'uj'  row:  Earl  Sloan.  Freeman  Marti,  James  MrCosh,  Gordon  Hines,  Richard  Sloan.  John  Sime,  James  Pankratz,  Guy  Puccio,  John  Hurley.  Robert 
Hume.  Emerson  Kilker.  Arthur  Morse.  Edward  Bingley,  Donald  Lockhart,  Clarence  Beatty,  Joseph  Brubeck.  Richard  Armistead,  John  Hanning, 
Richard  Holt.  John  Sundberg,  George  Fox.  treasurer;  Glen  Isaacs.  Joseph  Garrison.  Ted  Garrison,  Earl  Holstege 

Third  row:  Richard  Hall.  David  Offner,  Edward  Sutoris,  Richard  Hocking,  Gerald  Ainsworth,  Robert  Land,  Robert  Kinser,  David  Cole,  Ray  Raufeisen, 
Theodora  Kometani,  William  Sparks,  Paul  Quillman,  Jack  Davison,  Dennis  Williams,  James  Patterson,  Arthur  Michalek,  vice  president;  Edward 
Koska,  president;  Gordon  Turnbull,  Toshio  Tsuzuki,  Richard  Day.  Ronald  Lingwall,  David  Weaver,  Arthur  Floyd,  James  Van  Bosch,  Roy  Eleven, 
James  Lipe,  Edmund  White.  Donald  Kearns,  Dennis  Wilkerson,  Rev.  Adam  Baum,  Pierre  Tangent 

Second  row:  Patricia  Taylor,  Marilyn  Petrini,  Virginia  Bonn,  Lisa  Galain,  Doris  Crist,  Suzanne  Shaw,  Ruby  Minton,  Beverly  Blue.  Mary  Huntwork, 
Mary  Davis.  Hazel  Offner.  Phyllis  Russell.  Eloise  I  vers.  Rose  Fox.  Wilma  Myers.  Miriam  Kearns,  Mary  Dusenberry 

Bottom  row:  Sadie  Poinsett.  Marlene  Shepard,  Nancy  Jones.  Peggy  Klein,  Florence  Gov,  Barbara  Jessen,  Wanda  Bloomquist,  Mary  McKee,  Marilyn 
Spitzei',  Phyllis  Stern,  Frances  Smith,  Helen  Carter,  secretary;  Laura  Tripp.  Shirley  Wheeler,  Joyce  Underhile,  Leona  Webb,  Betty  Britt,  Marie 
Hedeen 


tist  Student  Foundation  provides  a  church  home 

and  social  center  for  Baptists 


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Canterbury    dUD    organizes  Episcopal  students 

Top  row :    George  Boyden.  James  Herget.  Peter  Arvedson,  Joanne  Rae,  Charles  Kronsagen,  Laurence  Staples,  James  Tappe 

Third  run-:  Ruth  Graber,  Mary  Hoggard,  Greta  Engst,  Russell  Zalisk,  Thomas  Glotter,  Alexander  Woodbury,  Richard  Norton,  Doralie  Flutcher,  Wendell 
Phillips 

Second  row  :  Abraham  Fayemi.  Lois  Williston.  Betsy  Byrns,  Donna  Browne,  president;  Melton  Hatch,  secretary;  Father  Arvedson,  Edwin  Smith,  treas- 
urer; Mrs.  Arvedson,  Mary  Collins,  Eileen  Buck 

Bottom  row:    Joann  Bruce,  Rao  Grosch.  Jane  Arvedson.  Delina  Mills.  Barbara  Johnson 

Not  in  panel:   John  Kitch,  vice  president 


The  lllini  Christian  Fellowship  group  is 
composed  of  Christians  of  various  denomi- 
nations. The  group  considers  spiritual  and 
moral  problems  of  the  day  through  group 
discussion,  study  of  the  Bible,  prayer,  and 
weekly  lectures  given  by  outstanding  Christ- 
ian men  from  many  fields.  It  conducts  Bible 
discussions  for  foreign  students,  and  fosters 
understanding  through  the  sharing  of  reg- 
ional, national,  and  international  conferences 
during  the  school  year,  lllini  Christian  Fel- 
lowship is  one  of  more  than  three  hundred 
chapters  of  Inter-Varsity  Christian  Fellow- 
ship, an  international  organization.  It  recog- 
nizes the  social  needs  of  its  members  by 
sponsoring  regular  social  activities  and  an 
annual  spring  formal  banguet.  The  faculty 
sponsors  are  the  Professors  Secord,  Morgan, 
and  Morrill. 


Melwn  Amrine,   Bible  study  chairman;   Benjamin   DeCamp,  Charles 
Reid,  Robert  Fields,  Phillip  Wahlbeck,  Walter  Cast 


ini  Christian  Fellowship 


Top  row:    Eugene  Priest.  John  Murdock,  William  Morrison.  Edwin  Johnson,  Charles  Reid,  Editli  Mitchell,  Thomas  Powers,  Roger  Johnson,  David  Offner, 

John  Gabor,  Robert  Fields,  Gerald  Anderson,  John  Dickson 
Third   row:     Geoffrey  Mottershead,    Gerald   Miller,   Richard    Reichelt,   Kay    Kramer,    Hazel   Offner,   Anne   Bartlett,   Clarice   Carlson.    Ogden    Johnson,    John 

Replogle,  James  McCosh,  Kenneth  Nordlof,  Dale  Carlstrom,  Wayne  Adams,  James  Warren 
Second  row:    Raymond  Miller,  Russell  Heidenreich,   Edward  Kearns.   Robert  Adelsperger,  JoAnn   Neburka,   Eleanor  Larson.   Marilyn  Mathison,   Gordon 

Palmer.  Walter  Nelson,  Robert  Lawrenz,  Donald  Adkisson,  Vernon  Jacobson,  William  Rankin.  Royle  Heyl.  Walter  Cast 
Bottom,  row:    Martha  Prather,  Constance  Ogan,  Wilma  Sherwin,  Elizabeth  Oakes,   Phillip  Wahlbeck,   Dagmar  Michalova,  Phyllis  Anderson.  Donald  Kim- 

berlin,  Gordon  Hines,  treasurer;  Raymond  Eckman,  president;  Lucille  Bruner,  secretary;  Roger  Swank,  vice  president;  Melwn  Amrine,  Margite 

Ohrnell 


Top  row:    Otis?  Michels,  David  Brown.  Ronald  Howard,  Howard  O'Neal,  Donald  Shanks,  Richard  Turley,  Norman  Thorpe.  Donald  Honk 

Third  row:    Dale  Griffith,  Joan   Beldon,  Donald   Doner,   Byron  Shinn,  Thomas  Gillespie,  Parker  Rossman,  Rev.  Jarman,  Rabon  Rose,  Dorothy  Lutchka, 

Oina  Learn,  Mrs.  Rossman.  Krist  Rossman 
Second  row:    Frederic  Burton.   Mary  Butzback,   Robert  Hood,  treasurer;  Mary  Hull,  Pauline  Varner,  vice  president;  Mary  Lee  Hill,  president;  David 

Shanks,  vice  president ;  Irma  Williamson,  secretary;  Allan  Smith,  Marilyn  Brown 
Bottom  roio :    Marie  Garvey,  Laurellen   Porter,  Lura  Link,  Rhoda  Willey,  Patricia  Thudium,  Dorothy  Parsons,  Eleanor  Porter,  Helen  Schafer 

Illinois  Disciple  Student  Foundation  p^des 

a  wholesome  center  for  student  life 


Lutheran  Student  Association  serves  students  of  the 


National  Lutheran  Council 


Top  row:  Ralph  Dieball.  Ivan  Burgener,  George  Rupprecht,  Frank  Jacobs,  Robert  Anderson,  Arthur  Nanman,  Earl  Carlson,  Raymond  Wojcieszak, 
Jerry  Hay,  Wallace  Brandt,  Orval  Kerchner,  Howard  Heiman,  Howard  Peterson,  Ralph  Soderholm 

Third  row:  Marie  Yezek,  Nina  Nilsson,  Adel  Fochtman,  Delores  Juhl,  Doris  Lundahl,  Susan  Bergquist.  Merle  Smedberg,  Sandra  Scribano,  Mary  Myers, 
Marjorie  Main.  Marguerite  Kaufman,  Bernette  Johnson,  Dorothy  Peterson,  Diane  Amundsen,  Ruth  Robinson.  Josephine  Hendricks,  Carole  Trucken- 
brod,  Sara  Bergman,  Beverly  Babcock,  Nancy  Mongerson,  Carol  Peterson,  secretary 

Second  row:  Paul  Anderson,  Arthur  Lundahl,  Donovan  Lee,  Stuart  Olson,  John  Eastwald,  William  Tessien,  treasurer;  Berndt  Schertzer,  Pastor  Peter- 
son, Thomas  Peterson,  Herman  Henssen,  Donald  Dans,  Lawrence  Lang.  John  Hugh,  Robert  Peterson,  John  Larson 

Bottom  row:    Paul  Borik,  Philip  George,  John  Anderson.  Leonard  Larson,  James  Plyinire 

Not  in  panel :    Richard  Rieger.  president;  John  Lignell,  vice  president 


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Top  roiv  :    Maynard  Niebur,  Warren  Brandt,  Charies  Beilfuss,  Adolpli  Saxen mover.  Waller  Rehm,  Robert  Mader,  Arthur  Eggers,  William  Sippel,  Roland 

Laeh,  John  Sehroeder.  Rev.  Heintzen 
Fifth  row:    Paul  Metzger,  Robert  Roeder,  John  Dodge.  Paul  Hinriehs,  John  Brandt,   Ernest  Wilhelm,  Herbert  Kuehne.  John  Eberhard,  Theodore  Clark, 

Ray  Clark,  Alvin  Neumann,  Lorena  Neumann,  Harlan  Schone,  president;  Robert  Behling,  Kenneth  Duckwitz,  Belaud  Fuchs 
Fourth  row:     Eugene  Dann,   Wayne  Meierhans,   Albert.  Albrechl,    Donald   Helmreich,    Dorothy  Rinko,   secretary,   June  Lowry,   Fern   Brase,   Jane  Alwes, 

Rober!  Bachmann,   Rudolph  Schattke,  Robert  Kuhn,   James  Bokenkamp,   Delmar  Strelow,   treasurer;   Ralph  Wendland.  Judith  Tarr,  Anna  Boziz, 

Darlene  Guderjan 
Third  row:    Toru  Fujii,  Shirley  Heinz,  Marianne  Kreiling,  Ruth  Romoser,  Marilyn  Handrock,  vice  president;  Ruth  Klopsch,  Miriam  Behrens,  Bernadine 

Bernhardt,  Vincent  Schmeckpeper,   Georgene  Schmeckpeper,  Donald  Schmeckpeper,    Edwin   Monke,    Wilbert  Stoecker,  Edward  Runge.  Charles  Al- 
bright, Merle  Aukamp 
Second  row:    Philip  Nienstedt,  David  Bartruff,  Robert  Groemling,  John  Murdock,  Robert  Adelsperger,  Wililam  Pingel,  James  Holste,  Janette  Bernhardt, 

Eleanor  Sehenek,  Norman  Sehenck,  Frederick  Pricke,  Marlyn  Gieseking,  Virginia  Kossack,  Leroy  DrechseL  Raymond  Munz 
Bottom  row:    Howard  Mueller,   Harold  Nero,   Kenneth  Mietz,   Arthur  Avisehious,   George   Heider.   Dorothy   Heider.   Alys   Verhaeghe,   Robert   Verhaeghe, 

Pearl    Hanebut,    Eldora   Kruenegel,    Flovd   Kruenegel,    Patricia   Clare,    Beverly    Salzman,    Darvle   Tegeder,    Patricia    Renken,    Shirley   Searcy,    Dale 

Waehtel 

Lutheran    StLldent    Center     serves   students   of  the   Lu- 
theran Synodical  Conference 

McKinley  Foundation  S„s*S^erhe  Presby 

Top  row:    James  Needham,  Glenn  Zieman,  David  Myers,  George  Lander,  Charles  Doak,  James  Pemble,  vice  president;  William  Ruble,  Elmer  Ewing, 

president;  Dr.   Hine 
Third  row:    Benton  Allen,  Rev.  Johns,   Orcutt  Frost.   Marjorie  Hensley,   Mary  Kent,   secretary;  Ann  Matthews.   Lora  Player,   Maurene  Kietzman.   Doris 

Knox,  Ernestine  Hanks,  Laura  Donagher.  Betty  Johnson.  Roberta  Beimfohr.  Alice  Turner 
Second  row:    Mary  Bills.   Anna  Meyer,   Natalia  Belting,   Jennis   Barry,   Roberta   Edwards,    Yvonne   Gouchenour,   Caryl   Towslev,   Ella   Walker,   Frances 

Adams,  Kathryn  Clifford 
Bottom  row:    Gordon  Cash,  Joseph  Henderson,  treasurer;  Beverly  Brissenden,  Dorothy  Mielke,  Donald  McMasters 
Not  in  panel:    Wilma  Hickman,  Mary  Pate,  Arthur  Twardock 


Standing:  Joseph  Mulligan,  treasurer:  Ft.  Duncan,  chaplain;  Mi- 
chael Sweeney,   vice  president 

Seated:  James  Elson,  president;  Joyce  Petlak,  recording  secretary; 
Gloria  Czerniak,  corresponding  secretary 

Not  in  panel:    Elaine  Viani,  historian 


The  Newman  Foundation  is  the  Catholic 
student  center.  Its  threefold  purpose  is  to 
provide  for  the  spiritual,  intellectual,  and 
social  needs  of  its  members. 

The  program  of  the  Newman  Club  is 
under  the  supervision  of  the  Reverend  Ed- 
ward J.  Duncan,  S.T.D.  Student  officers 
direct  a  program  of  intramural  sports,  dra- 
matics, corporate  communions,  discussion 
groups,  coffee  hours,  and  dances. 

Most  important  of  the  Foundation's  ac- 
tivities is  St.  John's  Chapel,  which  offers  its 
students  Sunday  and  daily  Masses,  and 
other  liturgical  services.  Student  participa- 
tion in  the  choir  and  Mass  serving  is  en- 
couraged. 

The  Foundation  offers  credit  courses  in 
theology;  liturgy  and  scripture;  church  his- 
tory and  philosophy. 


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Fourth  roir:    Norman  Hupp,  Jay  Scheldorf,  Charles  Gremp,  Gerald  Slocum,  Donald  Osborne,  Russell  Tuttle 

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Second  row.    Mary  Frank,  Jantina  Noorman,  Betty  Hadley.  Mary  Soper,  Barbara  Tappan,  Katherine  Belleff.  corresponding  secretary 
Bottom  row:    Charles  Nagel,  Richard  Kinter,  Harold  Griffith,  Robert  Fahnestock,  treasurer;  William  Trexler,  Larry  Tuttle 

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Hill.  Irwin  Janney,  Ruth  Greer,  David  Kelloni.  Jean  Kellom,  David  Langebartel.  Douglas  Leader,  vice  president;  John  Marti".  Geoffrey  Mottershead, 
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Football 


1952  Big  Ten  Standings 

Won 

Wisconsin     4 

Purdue    4 

Ohio  State 5 

Michigan     4 

Minnesota    3 

ILLINOIS    2 

Northwestern     2 

Iowa    2 

Indiana    I 


Captain  Al  P.rosky  and  Coach  Ray  Eliot 


Eowa  State 


Lost 

1 

Tied 

1 

1 
2 

1 

0 

2 

0 

1 

2 

5 

0 

5 

0 

5 

0 

5 

0 

Entertaining  Iowa  State  before  47,338  fans, 
Illinois  opened  its  1952  football  season  with  an 
impressive  33-7  victory.  Led  by  Tommy  O'Con- 
nell,  the  Fighting  lllini  captured  its  eleventh 
straight  win. 

An  intercepted  pass  by  Herb  Borman  set  up 
the  lllini's  first  six  points.  Seven  plays  later,  Pete 
Bachouros  scooted  over  from  the  four.  Shortly 
thereafter  Illinois  received  the  ball  on  downs. 
After  a  short  10-yard  pass  completion,  Rocky 
Ryan  outdistanced  the  Iowa  State  defense  and 


took  a  long  pass  from  O'Connell  for  a  49-yard 
scoring  play. 

Illinois'  third  score  came  when  Cliff  Wald- 
beser,  defensive  end,  snatched  a  Cyclone  fumble 
out  of  mid-air  on  the  lllini  28-yard  marker  and 
raced  72  yards  for  the  score. 

Illinois  increased  its  19—0  halftime  lead  in  the 
second  half  with  scores  by  Austin  Duke  and  Bud 
DeMoss. 

The  Cyclones  were  held  scoreless  until  the 
closing  minutes  of  the  contest. 


Neathery  up-ends  an  Iowa  State  Cyclone 


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Elry  Palkenstein 


Wisconsin 

Wisconsin  got  away  to  a  quick  6-0  lead  after 
the  kickoff.  The  Mini  from  then  on  took  the  de- 
fensive. Wisconsin  started  several  drives,  but 
they  all  fell  short  of  the  goal.  In  the  late  part  of 
the  second  period,  Illinois  mounted  its  first  offen- 
sive, but  the  time  ran  out  and  they  did  not  score. 

In  the  third  quarter  the  teams  sparred  up  and 
down  the  field,  with  neither  team  making  any 
ground.  Then  during  the  last  few  seconds,  the 
Badger's  pushed  across  their  second  touchdown. 
At  the  beginning  of  the  last  quarter  this  revived 
Wisconsin  team  scored  their  last  touchdown. 

Wisconsin's  kickoff  went  to  the  Illinois  37, 
where  Rocky  Ryan  got  it.  He  hesitated  a  mo- 
ment and  then  went  through  a  host  of  tacklers. 
With  Wally  Vernasco  and  Bob  Bishop  clearing 
the  way,  Ryan  scored  an  Illinois  touchdown. 

Only  a  short  time  remained  and  Wisconsin 
killed  the  clock  to  end  the  game. 


Rocky  Ryan  leaps  high  to  pull  in  a  pass. 


Paul  Luhrsen 
Pete  Palmer 


Neathery  and  Borman  pile  up  Ameche. 


Bauer  blocks  for  Duke. 


Bud  DeMoss 


Washington 

The  Fighting  lllini  greeted  Washington's 
Huskies  with  a  48-14  lacing  to  make  good  in 
their  only  start  against  a  West  Coast  team  this 
year.  This  was  primed  as  a  battle  between  two 
of  the  nation's  top  passers,  Don  Heinrich  and 
Tommy  O'Connell. 

O'Connell  pitched  a  24  yard  pass  to  Rocky 
Ryan  four  plays  after  the  kickoff  for  the  first 
score.  O'Connell  and  Ryan  connected  for 
another  pass  and  Ryan  raced  78  yards  for  the 
touchdown. 

Taking  over  on  the  midfield  stripe,  Duke 
dashed  for  the  left  sideline  on  what  looked  like 
a  sweep,  then  jumped  and  pitched  a  perfect 
pass  to  Bachouros  who  sidestepped  the  Husk- 
ies' last  three  would-be  tacklers  for  a  touch- 
down. 

In  the  waning  minutes  of  the  game,  Heinrich, 
with  his  passing,  helped  his  team  to  two  touch- 
downs. 


Herb  Borraan 


Don  Ernst 


Stan  Wallace 


Above  left :    Tommy  O'Connell 
Above  rigid:    Bob  Gongola 


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Andy  Wodziak 


Belou   left :    Jim  i  latlin 
Below  right :    Ken  Miller 


, 


Minnesota 

The  first  part  of  the  game  was  spent  with 
Illinois  fumbling,  Minnesota  recovering,  and 
the  Fighting  lllini  holding.  On  an  Illinois  fumble, 
the  Gophers  recovered  on  the  22  yard  line. 
From  there,  behind  Paul  Giel,  Minnesota 
scored. 

Late  in  the  third  period,  after  their  drives 
had  stalled,  Illinois  finally  caught  fire.  With 
fine  running  and  passing,  Illinois  marched  70 
yards  to  score  with  Duke  going  over.  Miller 
kicked  the  point  tying  the  score,  7-7. 

Early  in  the  fourth  period,  an  O'Connell  pass 
was  intercepted.  With  Holme  carrying  five 
times,  Minnesota  scored  the  winning  touch- 
down. 

Illinois  had  the  ball  twice  before  the  game 
ended.  They  were  stopped  once,  and  time 
killed  the  other  drive  as  Minnesota  upset  Illinois 
13-7. 


Wally  Vernasco 


.Minneapolis  Star  Tribune  catches  Tate  breaking  away. 


The  Illinois  forward  wall   gangs  up  on   Schmaling. 


Purdue 


The  1952  Homecoming  battle  was  with  Purdue. 
The  Boilermakers  put  an  end  to  the  weekend's 
festivities  during  the  first  quarter  and  went  on  to 
roll  up  an  impressive  40-12  score. 

Two  minutes  after  the  opening  kick-off  Pur- 
due's fullback,  Max  Schmaling,  crashed  through 
the  center  of  the  line  and  went  59  yards  to  pay 
dirt.  Illinois  bounced  right  back,  however,  when 
Tommy  O'Connell  connected  with  Rocky  Ryan 
for  a  47  yard  scoring  play.  The  Boilermakers  held 
on  to  their  slim  7-6  edge  as  they  blocked  the 
lllini's  point-after-touchdown  attempt. 


Late  in  the  first  quarter  Dale  Samuels  found 
Bernie  Flowers  in  the  end  zone  with  a  three  yard 
pass  to  give  Purdue  a  13-6  lead  which  Illinois  was 
never  able  to  overcome. 

Purdue  increased  their  margin  in  the  second 
quarter  when  Flowers  out-distanced  Illinois'  ban- 
daged pass  defense  twice  within  59  seconds  for 
scoring  passes. 

Pete  Bachouros  crashed  Purdue's  burly  line  one 
yard  for  a  TD  late  in  the  fourth  quarter.  The  con- 
solation tally  was  set  up  by  a  34  yard  pass  from 
O'Connell  to  Ryan. 


Purdue  gets  away,  but  not  for  Ion 


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Above  :    Joe  Hall 

Above  right:    Rocky  Ryan 

Right:     Austin    Duke 


Michigan 

Instilled  with  a  desire  and  ability  which  had 
nat  been  approached  all  year,  the  lllini  rolled 
over  Michigan  in  an  upset  victory  22-13. 

Wodziak  blocked  a  punt  in  the  first  few  min- 
utes and  as  the  ball  went  out  of  play,  Illinois  was 
awarded  a  safety.  After  an  exchange  of  punts, 
Miller  finally  broke  the  battle  by  going  27  yards 
for  a  touchdown.  From  then  on  the  lllini  couldn't 
make  a  mistake. 

In  the  second  quarter  Brosky's  interception 
and  the  recovery  of  a  fumble  by  Borman  set  up 
the  lllini's  other  two  touchdowns. 

Michigan  went  on  to  score  twice,  but  the  final 
score  hailed  Illinois  as  the  "Conquering  Heroes.' 


Tlie  mighty   lllini  stop  a  Wolverine  drive. 


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Iowa 

The  lllini  air  attack  clicked  and  Illinois 
whipped  Iowa  33-13.  When  Illinois  got  the 
ball,  they  started  moving.  O'Connell  passed 
to  Smith  and  moved  to  the  Iowa  17.  Bach- 
ouros  moved  to  the  3  yard  line  and  then,  in 
the  next  play,  DeMoss  scored. 

With  the  second  period,  the  lllini  started 
their  second  drive  which  covered  68  yards 
with  Bachouros  scoring.  Illinois  held  Iowa, 
and  after  the  Hawkeye  punt  and  two  passes 
from  O'Connell  to  Ryan,  O'Connell  sneaked 
over  for  a  third  TD. 

After  the  kickoff,  Brosky  intercepted  a 
long  Hawkeye  pass  and  ran  38  yards  to  the 
Iowa  26  yard  stripe.  Passes  to  Smith  and  an 
Iowa  interference  penalty,  set  up  the  touch- 
down with  Swienton  carrying. 

The  lllini  scored  their  fifth  touchdown  at 
the  beginning  of  the  third  quarter  where 
Smith  caught  an  O'Connell  pass  and  ran  67 
yards  for  a  TD. 

In  the  last  half  things  shifted  Iowa's  way, 
and  they  scored  twice. 


Ryan  gains  needed  yardage  with  O'Connell's  pass. 


Left:    Herli  Neathery 
Below  left:    Bob  Lenzini 
Below:    Tom  Murphy 


Above:    Bob  Weddoll 
Itighl:    Joe  Holladay 


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Bachouros  tangles  with  the  Hawkeyes. 


Ohio  State 

Entertaining  a  vast  throng  of  dads  at  the  an- 
nual Dad's  Day  game,  the  Fighting  Mini  fell  to 
Ohio  State  27-7. 

The  Buckeyes  tallied  within  five  seconds  of  the 
second  quarter  on  a  long  pass  climaxing  a  9 1 
yard  march.  The  lllini  earned  a  7-7  half-time  tie, 
when  with  only  42  seconds  left,  O'Connell  moved 
the  team  to  the  promised  land  with  a  25  yard 
pass  to  Ryan. 

The  story  of  the  second  half  was  short.   Making 

two  interceptions  and  a  fumble  pay  off,   Ohio 

State  scored  three  times  within  ten  minutes.  The 

lini  were  unsuccessful  in  their  comeback  try  as 

they  never  were  able  to  threaten  again. 


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.1  hove  :    Dan  Sabino 
Right  ■    John    Bauer 


With  back  to  the  end  zone,  DeMoss  fights  through. 


Northwestern 


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Left :    Larry  Stevens 
Below  .    Bernie  Eisner 


Scoring  on  the  first  and  last  plays  of  the  game, 
Northwestern's  Wildcats  edged  the  lllini  out,  28-26, 
with  a  story  book  finish. 

With  six  seconds  left,  fullback  Chuck  Hren  took 
a  pass  from  Dick  Thomas  on  the  10  yard  line  and 
scored. 

On  the  first  play  from  scrimmage,  Wildcat  half- 
back Gerry  Weber  scored  as  he  scampered  around 
left  end  for  67  yards.  Illinois  bounced  back  when 
O'Connell  threw  a  60  yard  touchdown  pass  to  Rex 
Smith. 

Each  team  scored  once  more  before  the  inter- 
mission. Then  in  the  third  quarter  O'Connell  went 
over  from  the  one,  climaxing  a  61  yard  advance  to 
give  the  lllini  the  lead  for  the  first  time,    19-14. 

The  inspired  up-state  rivals  again  took  the  lead, 
21-19,  before  Illinois  went  ahead,  2  I  -26,  on  a  seven 
yard  lob  pass  to  Smith.  Just  when  this  looked  like 
it  would  remain  the  score  and  give  Illinois  a  victory, 
the  Wildcats  hit  the  lllini  with  their  dramatic  finish. 


Far  left:    Bucky  Tate 
Left:    Cliff  Waldheser 


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op  row:    Ed  Beach,  manager;  Lou  Agase,  Bob  Kins.  Elry  Falkenstein,  .Ian   Smid,  Joe  Holladay,   Dick  Kohlhagen,  (' 

Eliot,   roach 
iftli  row:    Ralph  Fletcher.   Jerry  Rebecca,   Dave   Bauer,  James   Hisler.   Howard    Workowski,   Dan    Bednarek,   Ed   Gain.   Jasper   San rilipo. 

Bill  Ellis,  James  Ferguson 
■mrth  row:    Austin    Duke,   Bob  Gongola,   Clarence   DeMoss.    Dale   Foster.    I'aul   Kurimsky,    Bruce  Struckman,  Roger  Wolf.   Bob  Scott.   Dean 

Willman,  Jack  Sopkin 
hird  row:     James  Catlin,    Dick  Miller.    Bob   Lenzini,    I'aul    Lulu-sen.   Jerry   Maisenbacher,    Don    Valentine.    Boh    Bishop,    Boh   Frala.    Baird 

Stewart.  Charles  Holmes 
;cond  row:     Don   Ernst,  Ken   Miller.  Stan   Wallace,   Herb  Borman.   Don  Tate,    I'ete  Palmer,  Wallie  Yernasco.  John  Ryan.  John  Bauer,  Cliff 

Waldbeser 
Ottom  row:     Bernie  Eisner,    I'ete   Bachouros,   Tom   Murphy,    Lawrence  Stevens.    Dan    Sahino.   Al    Brosky.   captain;    Frank   Wodziak,    Rex 

Smith.  Tom  O'Connell,  Herb  Neathery 


The  vital  force  behind  the  Illinois  football  teams 
is  the  excellent  coaching  staff.  Ray  Elliot,  head  of 
this  staff,  has  been  head  coach  at  Illinois  for  ten 
years,  and  has  twice  produced  Big  Ten  and  Rose 
Bowl   champions. 

Ralph  Fletcher  coaches  the  defensive  backs, 
and  Chuck  Purvis  coaches  the  offensive  backs. 
Burt  Ingwersen  and  Lou  Agase  are  the  line 
coaches.  Mel  Brewer  is  freshman  coach,  Bob 
King  instructs  the  ends,  and  Leo  Johnson  is  the 
chief  scout. 


Bill   Tat,' 
A I   Brosky 


Standing:    Bob  King,  ends;  \m\  Agase,  line;  Mel  Brewer,  freshman  coach;  Leo 

Johnson,  chief  scout 
Sealed:     Burt    Ingwersen,   line;   Chuck   Purvis,   backs;   Ray   Eliot,   head  coach; 

Ralph  Fletcher,    Inn-Is 


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Basketball 


1952-53  Big 

Ten 

Standings 

Won 

Los 

Indiana     

17 

1 

ILLINOIS 

....     14 

4 

Michigan  State 

II 

7 

Minnesota    .... 

II 

7 

Iowa     

9 

9 

Wisconsin      ... 

9 

9 

Ohio  State    .  .  . 

7 

1  1 

Northwestern 

5 

13 

Michigan 

3 

15 

Purdue 

3 

15 

Who's  helping  whom  ? 


Max  Baumgardner 


Morris  Sterneck 


Hob  Peterson 


Johnnv  Kerr 


Jim  Wright 


Jim  Schuldt 


Nine  lettermen  returned  from  Illinois'  1952 
team  and  at  the  season's  beginning,  the  lllini  were 
rated  as  the  top  team  in  the  nation.  The  main 
components  of  this  team  were  six  players,  five  of 
which  played  on  the  1952  team:  Jim  Bredar,  Irv 
Bemoras,  John  Kerr,  Clive  Follmer,  Bob  Peterson, 
and  Max  Hooper,  who  filled  in  for  Rod  Fletcher. 

The  lllini  began  the  season  with  a  7  1-57  victory 
over  Loyola.  With  Kerr  hitting  34  points  and  the 
team  shooting  .400,  Illinois  had  little  trouble.  The 
first  conference  tilt,  with  Michigan,  proved  to  be 
the  lllini's  second  victory.  With  each  of  the  first 
five  hitting  over  thirteen  points,  the  lllini  won  by 
30  points. 

The  lllini's  first  defeat  came  at  the  hands  of  a 
strong  Minnesota  five.  Playing  on  their  own  floor 
and  with  an  upset  in  mind,  Minnesota  got  the 
points  when  they  needed  them.  Even  though  Illi- 
nois outscored  the  Gophers  from  the  field,  Min- 
nesota made  up  these  points  by  free  throws,  and 
came  out  on  top.  With  this  defeat  the  lllini  fell 
to  second  place  in  Big  Ten  competition. 

During  the  holidays,  Illinois  again  hit  their 
stride,  and  beat  Ohio  State  with  Kerr  scoring  22 
points.  This  sharp  shooting  continued  as  the  lllini 
dropped  Purdue;  Hooper,  Kerr,  and  Bredar  each 
hit  over  20  points.  With  Bredar  leading  the  way, 
Northwestern  was  an  easy  victory. 


They  close  their  eyes  when  Peterson  shoots. 


linois  lost  its  second  conference  contest  to  Indiana. 
The  regulation  game  ended  in  a  tie  as  did  the  first  over- 
time, but  when  the  second  overtime  ended,  the  score  read 
74-70  with  Indiana  on  top. 

Kerr,  pacing  the  lllini  with  22  points,  led  the  team  to  a 
victory  over  Michigan  State,  and  the  lllini  also  topped  a 
strong  Wisconsin  five. 


Coach  Harry  Combes  and  Captain  Jim  Bredar 


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Above:    Ed  Makovsky 
Right :    Irv  Bemoras 


Michigan  gave  Illinois  little  trouble,  and  the  lllini  thumped 
Iowa  on  our  home  court.  After  winning  again  from  Purdue, 
Illinois  was  defeated  by  upset-minded  Iowa,  which  killed 
any  hopes  of  an  lllini  championship.  Bredar  and  Kerr 
sparked  an  83-82  victory  over  Minnesota. 

The  Hoosiers  played  like  champions  and  beat  Illinois  91- 
79  on  our  home  court.  Illinois  cinched  second  place  with 
victories  over  Wisconsin,  Ohio  State,   and   Northwestern. 


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Little  Jimmy  Bredar  sinks  one  against  Minnesota. 


Season  Record 

Total— Won    18,  Lost  4 

Illinois  Opponents 

71 Loyola    57 

96 Michigan 66 

75 Butler 58 

73 Minnesota   77 

87 Ohio  State  62 

94 St.  Mary's 65 

87 Purdue 71 

65 Wisconsin    61 

83 Northwestern    58 

70 Indiana    74 

76 Michigan  State 64 

93 DePauw 50 

71 Wisconsin    61 

92 Michigan 62 

80 Iowa     63 

93 Purdue 67 

62 Iowa    67 

83 Minnesota   82 

79 Indiana     91 

66 Michigan  State 53 

93 Ohio  State   74 

86 Northwestern    70 


Kerr  controls  the  board  with  able  assistants,  Hooper  and  Bredar. 


Two  on  one  stops  Bemoras. 


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Captain  Jim  Bredar's  fiery  playing  sparked  the 
Mini.  He  came  through  in  the  close  games  and 
proved  to  be  an  outstanding  all  around  player. 
Playing  opposite  Bredar  as  the  other  guard  was 
Irv  Bemoras.  His  set  shots,  rebounding,  and  de- 
fensive play  were  big  factors  in  the  lllini  victories. 
Clive  Follmer,  forward,  with  his  speed  and  drive- 
in  shots,  set  up  many  lllini  baskets  as  well  as  add- 
ing to  the  Illinois  point  total.  Opposite  Follmer, 
Max  Hooper,  playing  the  other  forward,  showed 
rebounding  power  and  a  deadly  eye  with  two- 
handed  set  shots.  Bob  Peterson  brought  down 
his  share  of  rebounds  and  helped  John  Kerr  out 
against  strong  opponents.  Kerr  showed  much 
improvement  over  the  1952  season,  playing  fine 
defensive  games  and  leading  the  lllini  in  scoring. 
His  best  game  was  against  Loyola  when  he  scored 
34  points. 

Jim  Bredar  was  named  on  the  second  team 
All-American  and  Irv  Bemoras  and  John  Kerr 
were  given  honorable  mention. 

This  was  the  last  season  for  Bredar,  Peterson, 
Kerr,  Bemoras,  Follmer,  and  Schuldt. 


Above    right:      Northwestern's    Ehmann     tries    to    driv 
around  Hooper. 


Right:     Denny   Blind   of    Purdue  tries  his   hand   at  gym 
nasties. 


Tup  row:  Howard  Braun,  assistant  coach;  Morris  Sterneck,  Jim 
Wright,  Ed  Makovsky,  Max  Baumgardner,  Jim  Dutcher,  .iii;i 
Schuldt,    Elmer   l'lew 

Bottom  row:  Clive  Follmer,  John  Kerr.  Irv  Bemoras,  Harry  Combes 
coach;  Jim  Bredar,  captain;  Bob  Peterson.   Max   Hooper 


Frazier  takes  his  step  and  . 


Baseball 


With  newly  appointed  Lee  Eilbracht  as  coach 
for  the  1952  season,  the  Illinois  baseball  squad 
blasted  through  a  28  game  schedule  to  end  the 
season  by  sharing  the  Big  Ten  championship. 
With  a  strong  defense  and  a  better  than  average 
mound  corps,  Illinois  opened  its  Big  Ten  campaign 
when  they  met  and  were  overcome  by  Michi- 
gan's Wolverines. 

The  Fighting  lllini  scored  a  12-1  decision  over 
Michigan  State  in  the  first  game  of  a  twin  bill  as 
Jerry  Smith  gave  up  only  six  wide-scattered  hits. 
Losing  the  final  game  of  the  day  gave  coach 
Eilbracht's  team  a    1-2  conference  record. 


1952  Big  Ten  Standings 

Won  Lost 

ILLINOIS 10  5 

Michigan   8  4 

Wisconsin    9  6 

Purdue 7  5 

Michigan  State 7  6 

Minnesota    7  7 

Ohio  State 7 

Northwestern    5  5 

Iowa     5  8 

Indiana     I  13 


Just  made  it ! 


Lou  Krantz,  captain 


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■■■HEBHB 


Miller  is  safe  on  the  squeeze. 


Uiis.s  Steger,  assistant  roach:  Lee  Eilbracht,  coach;  Lou  Krantz,  captain 


Gerry  Smith 


Bruce  Frazier 


Bob  Moore 


Stretch   .    .   .   stretch! 


The  team  from  Champaign-Urbana  opened  a 
five-game  home  series  by  setting  the  Purdue 
Boilermakers  to  a  II -6  defeat.  The  lllini  swept 
a  week-end  double  header  from  Indiana  Univer- 
sity by  7-0  and  5-2  scores.  This  put  the  team 
back  into  s.trong  contention  for  the  league  leader- 
ship with  a  4-2  record.  Clive  Follmer  pitched  a 
6-hit  shutout  to  win  the  opener.  Catcher  Bruce 
Frazier  was  top  batter  of  the  day,  while  Frank 
Walenga  led  in  the  R.  B.  I.  department  by  forcing 
4  runs  across  the  plate.' 


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Jerry  Miller 


Jolin   Davis 


Jerry  Baranski 


lllini  swung  North  for  an  important  3-game 
week-end  with  Wisconsin  and  Northwestern.  A 
5-2  victory  over  Wisconsin  put  the  lllini  into  a 
3-way  tie  tor  first  place. 

The  following  day,  the  lllini  swept  a  double 
header  from  Northwestern  to  remain  in  first 
place.  The  first  game  was  a  pitcher's  duel  in 
which  Gerry  Smith  emerged  victorious.  The  win- 
ning run  was  provided  by  Lou  Krantz,  who  scored 
on  an  error.  The  second  game  was  bitterly  fought 
to  the  final  out  as  Northwestern  tried  valiantly  to 
salvage  one  of  the  two  games. 


Coach  Eilbracht  nominated  Clive  Follmer  to 
hurl  the  first  game  of  the  pennant  hinging  3  game 
series  with  the  Buckeyes.  This  initial  game  ended 
in  a  6-3  loss  for  Lee  Eilbracht's  charges.  The  lllini 
fought  back  and  copped  the  afternoon  pair  by 
scores  of  7-1  and  7-3.  Gerry  Smith  remained 
among  the  top  Big  Ten  moundsmen  by  spinning 
a  smooth  4-hitter.  Gerry  was  bolstered  by  a  14- 
hit  barrage  in  the  game.  The  big  bats  of  Baran- 
ski, Moore,  Miller,  and  Frazier  continued  their 
action  in  the  finale  as  they  helped  Carl  Ahrens 
and  Clive  Follmer  rack  up  the  second  victory  of 
the  day.  This  pair  of  wins  enabled  Illinois  to  main- 
tain their  one  game  lead  in  the  Big  Ten  race. 


The  fact  that  John  Davis  had  a  perfect 
day  at  the  plate  with  5  for  5  was  not  enough 
to  alter  the  course  of  the  game  as  Minnesota 
beat  Illinois  and  Carl  Ahrens  5-1. 

With  everything  depending  upon  their 
double  header  with  Iowa,  the  home  team 
could  do  no  better  than  a  discouraging  split. 

This  loss  of  the  last  game  threw  Illinois  and 
Michigan  into  a  two  way  tie  for  the  league 
title.  Although  the  lllini  finished  the  season 
one-half  game  ahead  of  Michigan,  the  title- 
deciding  "won"  and  "lost"  percentages 
were  identical. 


Ball,  strike,  or  hit? 


Clive  Follmer 


Ron  Heberer 


Vince  Feiffenlml 


Top  row :    Ron  Dltes,  Frank  Walenga,  Bob  Moore,  Jerry  Baranski,  Max  Hooper.  Al  Kierkes,  Ricky  Schwartz 

Third  row:    Vinco  Feigenbutz,  Roger  Wing,  Charles  Fort,  Don  Davis,  William  Boon,  Tony  Johnson 

Second  row:   Pete  Wragg,  Ron  Heberer,  Dick  Haskins,  John  Sabalaskey,  Jerry  Miller,  Bill  Fewkes,  Bill  Hohman,  manager 

Bottom  row:    John  Davis,  Bruce  Frazier,  Russ  Steger,  assistant  coach  :  Lee  Eilbracht,  coach;  Lou  Krantz,  Carl  Ahrens,  Gerald  Smith 


Four  hurdlers  are  off  to  a  good  start  in  the  Big  Ten  indoor  meet. 


Track 


Illinois'  track  team  went  through  anotherseason 
of  Big  Ten  competition  without  a  single  team  loss. 
Bolstered  by  such  consistent  winners  as  Henry 
Cryer,  Dick  Coleman,  Joe  Gonzalez,  Joel  Mc- 
Nulty,  Cirilo  McSween,  Ron  Mitchell,  Stace 
Siders,  and  Willie  Williams,  the  lllini  had  a  tre- 
mendous first-line  sguad.  Added  to  this  were  the 
many  so-called  reserves  which  on  any  Big  Ten 
track  team  constitute  the  winning  margin.  These 
men  added  the  second,  third,  fourth,  and  fifth 


place  points  when  they  were  most  needed. 

The  lllini  trackmen  received  their  prepping  for 
Big  Ten  championship  through  a  very  rugged 
schedule  of  dual  and  invitational  meets.  On 
March  29  a  few  picked  men  traveled  to  Chicago 
to  run  in  the  Annual  Chicago  Daily  News  Relays. 
There  they  proceded  to  win  first  places  in  the 
mile  relay,  the  two  mile  relay,  and  the  1,000  yard 
run. 


Willie  Williams 


Henry  Cryer 


Stacey  Siders 


Above  right:    Marv  Berschet 
Below  right:    Ocie  Trimble 


Another  big  meet  for  the  lllini  was  the  nation- 
ally famous  Drake  Relays  in  Des  Moines,  Iowa. 
Illinois'  two-mile  relay  team  composed  of  Dick 
Reynolds,  Lawton  Lamb,  Stacey  Siders,  and 
Henry  Cryer  established  a  new  American  collegi- 
ate record  of  7:31.6.  Illinois  also  triumphed  ;n 
the  880  yard  relay,  pole  vault,  and  120  yard  high 
hurdles.  Dick  Coleman  and  Joel  McNulty  respec- 
tively scored  firsts  for  Illinois  in  the  individual 
events. 


Top  row:    Leo  Johnson,  roacli  ;  Vince   LasCasas,   Jim  Wright,   Clark   Hillcr,   Dick  Ware,   Sam  Anderson,   Dale 
Poster,  Tom  Floyd,  Dick  Ganslen,  assistant  coach  .   . 

Seroiid   row:     Joo   Corley,    Ocie   Trimble,    Dick   Reynolds.    Willard   Thomson.   Art   Iwardock,   Bob   Lenzini,   Dick 

Calisch,  Gene  Maynard,  Eoger  Swank,  Ralph  Pessenden 
Bottom   row:     -Toe   Gonzalez,    Stacey   Siders,    Dick   Coleman.   Joel   McNulty,    Lawton    Lamb,    Marv   Berschet,    Ron 

Mitchell.   Henry  Cryer,   Cirilo  McSween,   Willie  Williams 


The  inaugural  meet  of  the  '52  season  was  the 
Milwaukee  Journal  Relays.  Lawton  Lamb  placed 
first  in  the  1,000  yard  run,  and  the  Illinois  mile 
relay  team  took  the  trophy  in  that  event.  The 
next  meet  was  against  Indiana.  The  final  score 
indicated  a  complete  rout — Illinois  87,  Indiana 
27.  Two  more  dual  meets  followed  and  the  re- 
sults were  similar.  These  meets  helped  shape  up 
the  team  for  the  important  Big  Ten  Indoor  Track 
championship  meet. 

In  the  Big  Ten  Indoor  Track  meet  Illinois  showed 
the  championship  form  which  was  displayed 
throughout  the  whole  season.  The  final  score 
showed  the  lllini  as  victors  with  Michigan  a  very 
close  second. 


Don  Laz  congratulates  Dick  Coleman  and  Dick  Calisch  on  placing 
first  and  second,  respectively,  in  the  Big  Ten  indoor  pole  vault 
event. 


1952  Big  Ten  Track  Standings 


Indoor 

ILLINOIS 59  3/5 

Michigan   52 

Iowa     29 

Ohio  State 15 

Michigan  State II    3/5 

Wisconsin    9   3/5 

Northwestern    9 

Indiana     5   3/5 

Purdue 3 

Minnesota   3/5 


Outdoor 

ILLINOIS 67  3/5 

Michigan      65    1/10 

Iowa     28    1/2 

Northwestern    12 

Michigan  State 10    17/20 

Ohio  State  10    1/2 

Indiana     10    1/4 

Purdue 7   3/5 

Wisconsin    7 

Minnesota   5   3/5 


Joe  Gonzalez 


Lawton  Lamb 


Clark  Hiller 


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The  mighty  Mini's  first  outdoor  duel  meet  vic- 
tim was  Purdue,  which  received  a  thorough  drub- 
bing to  the  tune  of  104-28. 

Michigan,  a  week  later,  put  up  more  of  a  fight, 
but  the  final  score  of  74l/2-57'/2  showed  Illinois 
the  "conquering  heroes"  at  least  for  that  day. 

The  last  dual  meet  of  the  season  was  a  repeti- 
tion of  the  Purdue  meet.  Again  the  Mini  smashed 
through  to  an  overwhelming  victory  over  a  piti- 
fully undermanned  Wisconsin  team. 

This  victory  apparently  was  a  great  morale 
booster  for  two  weeks  later  Illinois  captured  its 
Second  Big  Ten  track  championship  of  1952,  the 
Big  Ten  Outdoor  title,  from  a  very  strong  Michi- 
gan team. 


Right:    Cirilo  McSween 

Below :    Ron  Mitchell 


Top  row:    Pat  Patterson,   coach;  Robert  Fin  if  rock,    manager;  Buford  Beck,   assistant   coach;  Robert  Klein,   trainer 
Second  row:    Victor  Locascio,  .Max  Ponder,  Dean  Willman,  William  Zanetakos,  Richard  Reed.  Robert  Lutz 
Bottom  row:   Merle  Dunn,  Louis  Kachiroubas,  Martin  Schwartz,  captain;  Norton  Compton,  Richard  Meeks 


Wrestling 


A  group  of  hard  working  underclassmen,  built 
around  four  returning  lettermen,  made  Coach 
Patterson's  team  a  surprise  in  the  Big  Ten  race. 
During  the  dual  meet  season  the  team  was  shuf- 
fled around  and  did  not  make  a  very  impressive 
dual  meet  record.  In  time  for  the  Big  Ten  cham- 
pionship competition  at  Michigan,  the  team  fell 
into  shape,  and  they  captured  first  place.  Con- 
tinuing this  form,  the  lllini  finished  sixth  in  the 
N.C.A.A.  championship  meet. 


1952   Big  Ten  Standings 

ILLINOIS 2S 

Michigan   2  i 

Michigan  State 19 

Indiana     18 

Minnesota    14 

Wisconsin    14 

Iowa     10 

Purdue 9 

Northwestern    9 

Ohio  State   6 


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-4  hove  :     Two   ]>oints 
Right:    Norton   Compton 
Loner  right:    Lou  Kachiroubas 


Marty  Schwartz,  the  captain  and  the  most 
valuable  wrestler,  again  turned  in  an  outstanding 
season  in  the  heavy  weight  class.  Norton  Comp- 
ton, 137  pounder,  was  undefeated  in  dual  meets 
and  was  the  Big  Ten  champion  in  his  class.  He 
also  ended  fourth  in  the  N.C.A.A.  Lou  Kachi- 
roubas, 130  pounder,  and  Dick  Meeks,  123 
pounder,  each  placed  third  in  their  division  at 
the  N.C.A.A.  clash. 

Lettermen  were:  Norton  Compton,  Merle 
Dunn,  Lou  Kachiroubas,  Vic  Locascio,  Robert 
Lutz,  Richard  Meeks,  Max  Ponder,  Richard  Reed, 
Martin  Schwartz,  John  Wedel,  Dean  Willman, 
and  William  Zanetqkos. 


Left :    Dick  Meeks 
Below:    Trying  for  a  pin. 


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Top  row  :    Dick  Cook,  manager;  Frank  Bare.  Jim  Cleary,  Richard  Browning,  Robert  Sullivan,  Charles  Pond,  coach 
Bottom  rou: :    Walter  Cryer.  captain;  <!il  Brinkmeyer,  Tom  Gardner,  Jeff  Austin 


Gymnastics 

With  only  one  letterman  but  many  experienced 
underclassmen  returning,  the  lllini  formed  an  out- 
standing gymnastics  team.  Again  the  lllini  proved 
themselves  superior,  taking  the  Big  Ten  confer- 
ence for  the  third  consecutive  year  and  placing 
third  in  the  N.C.A.A.  championship  meet  in 
Colorado.  After  losing  their  opening  match  with 
Michigan  State,  the  gymnasts  won  all  of  the  fol- 
lowing dual  matches  with  ease. 


1952  Big  Ten  Standings 

ILLINOIS 62 

Michigan  State 49 

Minnesota   24 

Ohio  State   12 

Iowa     5 

Northwestern    \'/2 

Michigan    '/2 

Wisconsin    0 

Indiana 0 


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Above  :  Bare  on  the  side  horse. 
Right:  Sullivan  on  the  rings. 
Lower  right :    Gardner  on  the  horizontal  bar 


Captain  Wally  Cryer,  top  man  on  the  trampoline, 
and  Bob  Sullivan,  voted  the  most  valuable  player,  led 
the  team.  Sullivan  was  first  on  the  parallel  bars,  tum- 
bling, and  the  all-around  event  in  the  Big  Ten  cham- 
pionships, and  first  in  tumbling  in  the  N.C.A.A.  Frank 
Bare  won  first  on  the  side  horse  in  both  the  Big  Ten 
and  N.C.A.A.  finals.  Sullivan,  honored  by  his  team- 
mates, was  elected  captain  for  the  1953  season. 


23! 


Top  roi>':    Jack  Abranis,  Robert  Hoffman,  Fred  Host.  Bob  Bennorth,  captain;  Howard  Braun,  roach 
Bottom  row:    Harold  Stafford.  Alan  Farmer,  Bill  Dankert.  Harvey  Hartenstein 


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nnis 


Built  around  returning  lettermen,  Bob  Hoffman 
and  Bob  Bennorth,  the  1952  Illinois  tennis  crew 
won  three  and  lost  five  dual  matches.  The  lllini 
victories  came  at  the  expense  of  Ohio  State, 
Purdue,  and  Northwestern.  Not  given  much  hope 
at  the  beginning  of  the  season,  the  netmen  show- 
ed a  large  improvement,  finishing  with  an  unex- 
pected sixth  place  in  the  Big  Ten  championships. 
Bennorth  and  Most  competed  in  the  N.C.A.A. 
tournament,  but  lost  out. 


1952  Big  Ten  Standings 

Indiana     70 

Michigan  State 56 

Iowa     33'/2 

Northwestern    24 

Michigan   20'/2 

ILLINOIS 18 

Purdue 18 

Wisconsin    13 

Ohio  State   3 

Minnesota 2 


Bob  Bennorth 


Bill  Dankert 


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Ti>i'  row:    Bob  Keen,  manager:  Bruce  Sublette,  Allen  Mills,  Carl  Carlson,  Phillip  Urso,  John  Cameron 
Bottom  row:    Larry  Silverman,  Jim  Ross.  Jorge  Quiros,  Vincent  D'Orazio,  Arthur  Schiller,  Max  Garrett,  coach 


1952   Big  Ten   Standings 

ILLINOIS 39 

Michigan   State    33 

Wisconsin    28 

Northwestern     23 

Ohio  State 2! 

Indiana     15 

Iowa     12 


Fencing 


The  1952  Illinois  Fencing  Squad,  led  by  Cap- 
tain Jorge  Quiros,  was  undefeated  in  eight 
matches  for  the  third  consecutive  year.  The  lllini 
won  the  Big  Ten  championship  and  ended  the 
season  with  fifth  place  in  N.C.A.A.  competition. 

D'Orazio,  the  most  valuable  player  for  1952, 
finished  first  in  the  Big  Ten  championship  and 
placed  eighth  in  the  foil  division  at  the  N.C.A.A. 
championship  meet. 


Jorge  Quiros 


Bruce  Sublette 


Standing :    Art  Wyatt,  assistant  coach;  Leo  Walch,  Bob  Marquardt.  Vern  Rascher,  captain;  Jim  McKinzie,  Ralph  Fletcher,  coach 
Kneeling :    Don  Cassady,  Tom  Rowader,  Ken  West,  Haynes  Hawkins 


Golf 


Able  to  win  only  one  match,  the  1952  golf 
squad  picked  up  some  very  valuable  experience 
for  this  year's  season.  The  club-swingers  lone  vic- 
tory was  over  Michigan  State.  Although  we 
played  host  to  the  other  Big  Ten  schools  in  the 
annual  conference  meet  at  the  new  University 
course,  we  were  only  able  to  finish  ninth.  Vern 
Rascher  acted  as  team  captain. 


1952  Big  Ten  Standings 

Michigan    1 ,559 

Purdue    1 ,575 

Wisconsin     1 ,577 

Ohio  State 1,583 

Minnesota    1,613 

Indiana    1 ,620 

Northwestern   1 ,627 

Iowa 1 ,630 

ILLINOIS    1,631 

Michigan  State    1 ,66  I 


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Top  row  :    George  Searls,  manager;  George  Gfroerer,  Bob  Scholz,  Bob  Kramp.  Fred  Lehman,  George  Kjellstrom 
Bottom  row:  3.  B,  Jones,  Jim  Pendleton,  Fritz  Tait,  Bob  Clemons.  Walt  Oyer.  Ed  Manley,  cuarh 


1952  Big  Ten  Standings 

Ohio  State   125 

Michigan  State 66 

Michigan   60 

Iowa     30 

Purdue 17 

Northwestern    10 

Wisconsin    10 

Indiana     9 

Minnesota   7 

ILLINOIS 6 


Swimming 

The  1952  swimming  team,  led  by  co-captains 
J.  B.  Jones  and  Fred  Lehman,  ended  the  season 
with  a  record  of  one  win  and  five  defeats. 

Jim  Pendleton,  the  most  valuable  swimmer  and 
captain-elect  of  1953,  and  Bob  Clemons  placed 
fifth  and  sixth,  respectively,  in  the  Big  Ten  cham- 
pionships. 

The  lllini  coach,  Ed  Manley,  retired  after  forty- 
one  years  of  coaching.  He  was  the  only  swim- 
ming coach  the  U.  of  I.  had  up  to  this  time. 


Get  set ! 


Fred  Lehman 


Administrators 


Chuck  Flynn,  athletic  publicity  director 


Doug  Mills,  director  of  athletics 


Ray  Eliot,  football 


Loo  Johnson,   track 


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Harry  Combes,   basketball 


Buel  Patterson,  wrestling 


Howie  Braun,  ten 

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Charley  Pond,  gymnastics 


Max  Garrett,  fencing 


Lee  Eilbracht,  baseball 


Ralph  Fletcher,  golf 


Allen  Klingel,  swimming 


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Tribe  of  Mini 


Officers:     Irv    Bemoras,    secretary-treasurer;    Cirilo   McSween,    vice    president ; 
Clive  Follmer,  president 


The  Tribe  of  lllini  is  a  social  organization  for 
all  men  on  the  campus  who  have  earned  a  Major 
"I"  in  athletics.  The  recognized  goal  of  every 
Illinois  athlete  is  to  win  his  "I"  and  become  a 
member  of  the  Tribe.  The  club  gives  the  mem- 
bers a  chance  to  get  acquainted  and  furthers 
good  relations  between  the  "I"  men  and  the  rest 
of  the  students.  New  members  are  elected  and 
initiated  after  awards  are  presented  in  each 
sport. 


Each  year  the  Tribe  sponsors  a  winter  and  a 
spring  formal  for  its  members.  It  also  shows 
movies  of  all  the  out-of-town  football  games. 
Members  of  the  football  team  alternate  as  nar- 
rators at  the  movies. 

Officers  in  charge  of  this  year's  Tribe  of  lllini 
are  representatives  of  two  different  sports.  Clive 
Follmer  and  Irv  Bemoras  are  basketball  players 
and  Cirilo  McSween  is  a  track  man. 


Top  row:    George  Gfroerer,  Bob  Kramp,  Bill  Stimart,  Bob  Scholz,  Bill  Zanetakos,  Bob  Sullivan,  Jim  Wright,  Gil  Brinkmeyer,  Jack  Leskera,  Ken  West 
Fourth  rote:    Haynes  Hawkins,  John  Cameron,  Fred  Tait.  Henry  Cryer,  Arthur  .Schiller,  Frank  Bare,  Jeff  Austin,  Harvey  Hartenstein,  Tom  Floyd 
Third  row  :   Fred  Lehman,  Ron  Ultes,  Joe  Corley,  Bernie  Eisner,  Max  Baumgartner,  Milt  Brown,  Joel  McNulty 
Second  row:    Jim  Hudjens,  Carl  Carlson,   Rich  Haskins,  John  Sabalasky,    John  Kerr,  Dan  Peterson,  Richard  Wham,  Bob  Keen,  James  Bunting,  Roger 

Wing 
Bottom  roiv :    Carl  Ahrens,  Bernard  Schwartz,  Norton  Compton,  Bruce  Frazier,  Bob  Peterson,  Cirilo  McSween,  Clive  Follmer,  Irv  Bemoras,  Max  Hooper. 

Jim  Bredar 


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Top  row:    Ned  Beach,  Ken  Jensen,  Jim  Lubin 
Second  row:    Jim  Bishop,  Bernie  Schwartz,  Bob  Keen 
ISottom  row :    Milt  Brown.  Jink  Leskera,  Jim  Hudgens 


Managers 

Senior  Managers  O 

Edward  Beach Football  One  of  the  most  important  working  bodies  of 

John  Leskera Basketball  the   Illinois  athletic  squads  are  team   managers. 

James  Lubin Baseball  They  join  behind  the  scenes  and  perform  tasks 

Milton  Brown                                                        Track  necessary  for  successful  presentation  of  athletic 

D  j  c   l  \a/      ±\-  events  at  the  University. 

Bernard  bchwartz Wrestling  •        / 

.  Their  tasks  consist  of  overseeing  practices,  ar- 

Kobert  Keen Fencing  x  i  ±  •       i         ■  j         j       ■ 

3  ranging  tor  road  trips,  keeping  records,  and  main- 
Kenneth  Jensen                                        Gymnastics  +aining  high  mora|e_ 

James  Hudgens    Tennis  Two   juniors  and   several   underclassmen  assist 

James  Bishop   Swimming  the  senior  manager  in  carying  out  these  duties. 

Top  roiv :    James  Bridgeland,  wrestling;  Gerald  Myers,  wrestling;  Hugh  Pnrnell,  basketball;  Gene  Philbrick,  basketball ;  Jerry  Rhodes,  tennis 
Second  row :    Ron  Benedict,  baseball;  Lee  Johnson,  baseball;  Jack  Healy,  track;  Sheldon  Cloobeck,  track- 
Bottom  row  :    John  Stront,  swimminy  ;  Jim  Purcell,  football ;  Rich  Zimmerman,  football:  Leiby  Hall,  fencing 


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Athlete  of  the  Year 

Chuck  Boerio,  bonecrushing  linebacker  for 
the  Fighting  lllini  football  team  of  1951,  was 
voted  the  Athlete  of  the  Year  by  the  stud- 
ent body.  Besides  this  nomination,  Chuck 
was  also  named  to  several  All-American 
teams  and  the  All  Mid-West  team.  This 
recognition  was  given  because  of  the  out- 
standing defensive  play  which  Chuck  con- 
sistently turned  in. 


Conference  Medal  Winner 

Dick  Calisch,  Conference  Medal  Winner 
of  1952,  was  one  of  Illinois'  outstanding 
athlete-scholars.  He  showed  himself  as  a 
very  capable  and  consistent  pole  vaulter. 
Dick  also  proved  himself  as  a  scholar.  De- 
spite the  long  track  season,  he  maintained 
the  necessary  scholastic  average  for  P.E.  and 
was  awarded  the  University  of  Illinois  Schol- 
arship key. 


Most  Valuable  Player 

Al  Brosky,  All-American  safety  man  for 
the  Fighting  lllini,  was  nominated  by  his 
teammates  to  receive  the  Most  Valuable 
Player  award.  He  undeniably  was  one  of  the 
greatest  defensive  backfield  men  ever  to 
play  for  Illinois.  Among  the  honors  bestow- 
ed on  him  were  the  captaincy  of  the  1952 
football  team  and  an  All-American  berth  in 
his  junior  year. 


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Cheerleaders 


The  lllini  cheering  squad,  with  cheers,  yells,  and 
acrobatic  stunts,  led  the  students,  faculty,  and 
alums  in  backing  the  football  and  basketball 
teams.  The  cheerleaders  also  took  part  in  many 
athletics  events  and  pep  rallies. 

This  year,  for  the  first  time,  representatives  of 
the  squad  cheered  at  out-of-town  games.  Air 
transportation  was  provided  for  Captain  Jim 
Bunting  and  juniors,  Don  Peterson  and  Jim  Spier- 
ling  by  the  Cheerleading  Advisory  Board,  headed 
by  William  Bierbaum. 


Top  row  :   James  Bunting',  head  cheerleader 

second  row:    James  Spierling.  Donald  Peterson 

Bottom  row:    Jeannino  Burnier,  Marilyn  Lowe,  Jeanne  Cameron 


Chief  Illiniwek,  Bill  Hug 


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Intramural 
Sports 


Senior  managers:    Paul  Aney,  Bill  Stimart 


The  University  of  Illinois'  Department  of  Intra- 
mural and  Recreational  Sports  plays  a  very  im- 
portant part  in  the  lives  of  the  University  stud- 
ents. The  IM  program  has  a  very  unique  purpose. 
A  well  rounded  student  needs  certain  recreational 
activities  in  his  daily  schedule  as  well  as  in  his 
classroom  work;  the  Intramural  and  Recreational 
Sports  program  supplies  this.  By  participating  in 
intramural  activities,  a  student  benefits  from  the 
relaxation  of  recreation  and  from  the  physical 
exercise. 

This  department,  sponsored  by  the  Athletic 
Association,  has  Intramural,  Recreational,  and 
Co-recreational    programs.     The    department   is 


under  the  direction  of  the  IMREC  Board  and  the 
faculty  supervisor,  Allen  B.  Klingel.  This  Board 
consists  of  the  Supervisor,  Assistant  Supervisor, 
Senior  and  Junior  Managers,  Chairman  of  the 
Officials  Association,  and  reprsentatives  of  IF, 
MIA,  and  the  participating  Independent  and 
Greek  houses.  The  IMREC  Board  sets  all  policies 
of  the  programs  and  acts  as  a  Protest  Board. 

The  officials  of  the  IM  Program  are  furnished 
by  the  IM  Officials  Association.  This  organization 
is  made  up  of  members  of  the  professional  classes 
of  the  School  of  Physical  Education.  They  find 
this  work  beneficial  to  their  training  and  provide 
officials  for  every  IM  sport. 


IM  Itec  Board — Standing :    Hoyt  Mathews.  "Frank  Jacobs,  Gale  Cole,  Bud  Doolittle,  Bob  Oyer,  Bob  DuFore,  Ron  Heiligenstein,  Dale  Bury 
Seated:    Paul  Aney,  Joo  Abrahams,  Bill  Stimart 


Junior  IM  Managers — Standing :     Dale  Bury,   Ron  Heiligenstein 
Sitting:    Frank  Jacobs,  Hoyt  Mathews 


Throughout  the  week,  the  IM  department  fur- 
nishes all  the  equipment  and  other  athletic  facili- 
ties for  any  student  or  faculty  member  desiring 
its  use. 

The  competitive  program  is  supplied  by  the  IM 
department.  It  provides  clean,  wholesome  com- 
petition for  the  students  with  keen  rivalry  existing 
between  the  fraternities  and  the  independent 
houses.  In  many  sports,  pre-season  coaching 
clinics  are  conducted,  and  practice  sessions  are 
held  before  each  competition.  This  program  is 
conducted  under  student  leadership. 

The  recreational  department  provides  leisure 


time  activity  for  the  students  and  faculty  who 
are  interested  in  participation  in  athletics  for  the 
enjoyment  received.  Special  events  and  tourna- 
ments are  offered  and  a  program  is  available  for 
the  graduate  students  and  the  staff. 

The  Co-Rec  Department  is  the  newest  of  the 
programs.  In  this  competition,  both  men  and 
women  team  up  in  such  sports  as  volleyball,  bowl- 
ing, and  softball.  Clubs  are  formed  when  students 
show  interest  in  special  activities.  Some  of  the 
more  active  of  these  clubs  are  the  "Bait  and  Fly 
Casting  Club,"  and  the  "Rifle  and  Pistol  Club." 


Sophomore  IM  Managers — Standing:    Earl  Sachtleben,  Jerry  Jaffe,  Ed  Bottomley,  Jack  Olson 
Sitting:    Stevo  Anderson,  Shelly  Good,  Bob  Henson 


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1952  Intramural  Champions 

Basketball Sigma  Chi 

Naturals 

Bowling Hartley 

Golf Christianson 

Gymnastics Sigma  Chi 

Horseshoes Smith,  Phi  Delta  Theta 

Smith-Losch,  Phi  Delta  Theta 
Softbal 

12   inch Phi  Delta  Theta,  Vet  Club 

16  inch        .        .        Tau  Epsilon  Phi,  Newman  Hall  No.   I 
Swimming  ....        Phi  Kappa  Psi,  Phi  Delta  Theta 

Table  Tennis Davis,  Pi  Lambda  Phi 

Luerman-Nachbar,   Zeta   Beta  Tau 
Track 

Outdoor Sigma  Chi 

ndoor Sigma   Chi 

Badminton Pidot,  Flagg  House 

Pidot-Smith,  Flagg  House 

Football Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 

Naturals 

Handball Cryer,  Sigma  Pi 

Katz-Weinstein,    Noble   House 

Tennis Hulvey,  Naturals 

Hulvey-Hartenstein,   Naturals 

Volleyball Sigma  Chi 

K.C.'s 

Water  Polo Delta   Phi 

Wrestling Delta   Chi 


1951-1952  Point  Leaders 
Greek 

Sigma  Chi    355 

Phi  Delta  Theta   353.2 

Sigma  Pi 260 

Alpha  Tau  Omega 22  I 

Beta  Theta  Pi 186 

Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 175 

Delta  Phi    165 

Phi  Kappa  Psi 165 

Delta  Chi   146 

Tau  Epsilon  Pi 139 

Independent 

Newman  Hall    19 

Naturals     183 

Vet  Club 153 

K.C.'s    144 

Ruste  Armes 133 


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Lucille  Muzzarelli,  president 


W.A.A.  Board  —  standing :  Nancy  Claypool,  treasurer;  Martha 
Bland,  Terrapin,  representative;  Virginia  Mersbach,  house  rep- 
resentative coordin  ator 

Sitting:  Jean  Huber.  secretary;  Lucille  Muzzarelli,  president;  De- 
lores  Pinkston,  vice  president;  Pat  Hutson,  sports  chairman 


W.  A.  A. 

50th  Anniversary 
1903-1953 


Often  overlooked  behind  the  University's  gianT 
varsity  program  is  the  very  important  athletic 
program  for  women,  sponsored  by  the  Women's 
Athletic  Association.  The  W.A.A.  members  are 
offered  a  year  round  schedule  of  both  individual 
and  inter-house  athletic  tournaments  on  the  same 
scale  as  the  men's  Intramural  program  and  the 
Co-Recreational  sports  program. 

Two  trophies  are  offered  yearly:  one  to  the 
house  accumulating  the  most  points  in  team  com- 
petition, and  the  other  to  the  house  having  the 
best  precentage  of  participation.  After  each  girl 
completes  one  sport  season,  she  is  eligible  to  be 
initiated.  Four  seasons  are  required  for  a  pin,  six 
for  numerals,  and  after  twelve  sport  seasons  a 
girl  is  eligible  for  her  Major  "I",  the  same  as  the 
men's  varsity  award. 


W.A.A.  Award  Winners — Top  row:    Mary  Lou  Terry,  Genevieve  Kunce, 

Roberta  Rosecrans,   (fenny  Gould 
Bottom  row:    Pat  Hutson,  Lucille  Muzzarelli.  Doris  Lightfoot 


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W.A.A.  Sport*  Managers — Top  row:    Xante  Posttewait,  JoAnn  Neburka,  Marilyn  Gust  arson,  Barbara  Lind- 

gren.  Nancy  Berquist 
Second  row:    Sherle  Olson,  Joan  Danielson,  Vivian  Kretshmer.  Jean  Lamb,  Barbara  Hutb,  Jeanette  Mathews 
Bottom  row :    Jano  Klitzing,  Barbara  Victor,  Jean  Grippe,  Toh  Bee  Tan 
Not  in.  panel :    Mary  Carson,  Marian  Dora,  Roberta  Rosecrans,  Mary  L.ou  McGowan,  Mama  Brewbaker 


This  year  W.A.A.  affairs  were  handled  by 
Lucille  Muzzarelli,  president;  Delores  Pinkston, 
vice  president;  Jean  Huber,  secretary;  Nancy 
Claypool,  treasurer;  Pat  Hutson,  sports  manager; 
and  Virginia  Mersbach,  house  representative  co- 
ordinator.   Faculty  advisor  is  Miss  Phyllis  Hill. 

The  Women's  Athletic  Association  offers  re- 
creation for  all  undergraduate  and  graduate 
women  on  campus  regardless  of  their  sports'  skill 
or  ability.  Good  sportsmanship,  physical  fitness, 
and  fun  are  stressed  which  gives  girls  an  excellent 
chance  to  get  acquainted  with  other  groups  hav- 
ing the  same  interests.    The  W.A.A.  offers  field 


hockey,  badminton,  table  tennis,  volleyball,  bowl- 
ing, ice  skating,  basketball,  fencing,  Softball, 
archery,  tennis,  and  golf  plus  sponsoring  Sports' 
Days  with  other  schools,  High  School  Playday, 
and  a  variety  of  other  programs  throughout  the 
year. 

January  20  was  W.A.A.'s  50th  anniversary. 
In  these  fifty  years  it  has  been  one  of  the  Univer- 
sity's most  active  organizations  raising  the  stand- 
ards of  women's  athletics  to  a  point  where  they 
have  become  an  important  part  of  every  coed  on 
this  campus. 


W.A.A.  House  Representatives — Top  roiv:    Diane  Baxter,  Celia  Concialdi,  Elizabeth  Jenner,  Jeanne  Grippe,  Pat  Newkirk,  Violeta  Chong,  Barbara  Victor, 

Carolyn  Kolar,  Jeannette  Mathews 
Second  row:    Barbara  Pokorny,  Barbara  Steger,  Beverly  Bryngelson,  Marilyn  Handrock,  Virginia  Fortney,  Virginia  Mersbach,  Nicki  Kotsiakos,  Carolyn 

Loughlin,  Joan  Bnsch,  Virginia  Sinclair 
Bottom  row:    Bebo  Lavin.   Shirley  Wheeler,   Beulah  Goodwin,   Marlene  Stern,   Babs  Hettinger,  Carolyn   Meyer,   Elaine  Bernstein,   Clare  Lueking.   Susan 

Stanley 


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Top  roiv:  Elaine  Ruth,  Merriam  Ernst.  Nancy  Buck,  June  Beilke,  Mary  Rich,  Rita  Brazier,  Vivian  Leverenz,  Marlene  Lrsk  Genevieve  Gonld.  Gerevieve 
Kunce,  Barbara  Bennett,  Mary  Lou  Terry,  Janet  Moldenhauer,  Beverly  Falk.  Marian  Dorn,  June  McLuckie,  Lucille  Muzzarelli.  Delores  Pinkston, 
Vivian  Kretshmer,  Joyce  Strong;,  Virginia  Sinclair,  Roberta  Rosecrans,  Shirley  Brown,  Jaunita  Campbell,  Jacquelen  Lievanny,  .Mary  brown,  Amy 
Dozier 

Fourth  row:  Mutya  Tirol,  Beverly  Menz.  Barbara  Victor,  Joan  Tyler,  Doris  Strickland,  Patricia  Davidson,  Suzanne  Turner,  Patsy  Hutson.  Beverly 
Bryngelson,  Marilyn  Handrock,  Jean  Lamb,  Dorothy  Drakeford.  Mickey  Gaza,  Jacque  Wise,  Vera  Rimnac,  Barbara  Sandquist,  Phyllis  Miner,  Erna 
Westaway,  Marilyn  Gaines.  Lillian  Mackey,  Doris  Henderson,  Jean  Huber,  Doris  Lightfoot.  Barbara  Lindgren,  Sherle  Olson 

Third  row:  Phyllis  Anderson,  Shirley  Shapiro,  Yvonne  Springer,  Barbara  Sieger,  Carolyn  Kolar.  Marlyn  Kasson,  Pat  Renken,  Shirley  Searcy.  Jane 
Klitzing,  Pat  Pavlis.  Carmen  Cunningham.   Phyllis  Young.  Barbara  Tappan,  Nance  Postlewait,  Geri  Ryndak,  Roni  Freedman,  Marilyn  Gustafson 

Second  row:  Lillian  Powers.  Diane  Baxter,  Virginia  Fortney,  Barbara  Pokomy,  Barbara  Russell,  Joan  Tate,  Barbara  Miller,  Carole  Zingheim,  Jody 
Alderson,   Suzanne  Leonard.   Barbara  Rohdy.  Joan   Moran.  Auguste  Lehman.   Donnajeanne   Bishop,   Barbara   Berger,   Nancy  Berquist 

Bottom,  row :  Mary  Granberg,  Charlotte  Crumbaugh,  Helen  Brazier.  Marylou  McGowan,  Pat  Coyle,  Eleanor  Kay.  Jean  Grippe,  Elizabeth  Jenner.  Esther 
Ommen,  Jo  Ann   Neburka,  Anne   Bages,    Donna   Graf,    Doris   Lokay 


P.  L  Majors'  Club 


Physical  Education  Majors'  Club  is  a  profes- 
sional organization  for  women  in  the  Physical 
Education,  Health,  Recreation  and  Dance  cur- 
ricula. During  the  school  year  the  club  sponsors 
professional  meetings  with  speakers  from  various 
fields  of  physical  education,  and  convocations 
are  held  to  promote  better  relationships  be- 
tween  the   students  and   faculty  of  the  depart- 


ment. 

Intra-class  competition  is  offered  in  soccer, 
volleyball,  basketball,  and  softball.  The  club 
sponsors  a  program  during  Mother's  Day  week- 
end and  a  reception  at  Homecoming.  "Shorts," 
a  newspaper,  is  published  four  times  a  year. 
Mrs.  Lorraine  Neilson  is  the  club's  faculty  spon- 
sor. 


Executive  Board — Top  row:  Suzanne  Turner,  vice-president; 
Marilyn  Handrock,  junior  class  representative;  Jody  Al- 
derson,  freshman  class  representative ;  Pat  Pavlis,  sopho- 
more   class    representative 

Bottom  row:  Mary  Rich,  recreation  representative;  Beverly 
Bryngelson.  treasurer:  Genevieve  Gould,  president:  Sherle 
Olson,  secretary ;  Shirley  Brown,  senior  class  representa- 
tive:   Sally   Dillard,   dance  representative 


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Dollar  day 


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Just  a  bunch  of  squares 


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Anyone  bring  soap? 


A  serious  moment 


I'm  all  in 


It's  so  big! 
In  the  running 


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Dad's  Day 


Dolphins'  delight 


Coffee  ?    Darn ! 


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Spring  Carnival 


How's  yours  ! 


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Top  row:    Richard  Rayburn,  Allan  Kleinbeck,  James  Wishon,  Wayne  Woody,  Richard  Cowart,  Roe  Walker.  James  Dreher,  Robert  White,  Rolf  Cederwall, 

Donald  Hanes,  Everett  Patterson,  Wilbur  Zanin,  David  Fiskel,  Joseph  Thompson 
Third  row:    John  Birkey,  Charles  Rockwood,   Edward   Werner.   Keith   Daniel,  Robert  Hodum.   Don   Mueller,  John  Corliss,  William  Bailey,  Philip  Mahin, 

William  Pickle,  Kenneth  Fahnstock,   Robert   Russell,  John  Wishart,  John  Beatty,  Bobby  Story 
Second  row:    Melvin  Rapp.   Charles  Covey,   Dale  Akers.   Robert  Thwaites,  James  Davis,  John  Mainey,   Kenneth  Davis,   Don  Wolaver,  Robert  Willerton, 

Charles  Wheeler,  Robert  Snow,  David   Dixon.   Phillip  Merriman,  Clinton  Spivey 
Bottom  row:    Leon  Heiple,  Robert  Brawner,  David  McLaughlin,  Lawrence  Coffee,  Lynn  Hall,  Robert  Westenberg,  James  Meyer.  Gordon  Iverson,  William 

Stamper,   Ralph   Hough,  Samuel   Peak.   Edward  Schmidt,  Paul  Manahan 
Not  in  panel:    ('live  Follmer.  Robert  Keen.  Andrew  Ekblaw.  Richard  Searcy,  Hugh  Busey 


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42    Active    Chapters 


Standing:    Charles  Wheeler,  treasurer;  Don  Wolaver.  junior  dean;  Rob- 
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Seated:    Kenneth  Davis,  president;  John  Mainey,  senior  dean 


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Seated:    Royce  Masterson,  vice  president;  Ronald  Flores,  president;  Ke:i 

dall  Griffith,  secretary 


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H  1  1    East  Armory 
27   Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Robert  Kamavkowxki,  Thomas  Taylor,   Eugene  Borchart.  John   Sundene,  Charles  Dunn,   Dean  Anderson,   Charles  Ricketts,   Richard  Luettich, 

Lester  Ottinger,  Royce  Masterson,  Donald  Grothe.  Russell  Bolton.  Ralph  Rattray 
Third  ran-:    Keith  Huber,  William   Davis,   Vincent  Tylman,  Irving  Stansell.   Kendall  Griffith.  George  Wilkens,   Robert  Kennedy.   William  Burns,  Walter 

Gabehart,  F'rederick  Ottinger,  Ronald  Ayotte,  Donald  Davis,  Richard  Smith,  Richard  Fletcher 
Second  row:    James  Rovelstead,  James  Mueller,  Gordon  White,  Robert  Brown.  Thore  Edgren,  Ronald  Flores.  Donald  Horton.  Robert  McCracken.  Clark 

Bunn,  Clifford  Waldbeser,  Richard  Wolfsberger 
Bottom   row:     John    Dickson.   John    Blakslee.   Arnold   Christensen,   Charles  Quantock.   Paul   Brown.   Leonard  Todd,   James  Moore,   Barrel  March,   Robert 

Weiss,  Neil  Baker,  Gerald  Stone 
Not  in  panel:    John  Ryan,  David  Foreman,  Charles  Daubs.  Laurence  Higgins.  Theodore  Kjellstrom.  James  Dickson.  Frank  Konrad 


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Top  row:    Richard  Potts.   Harold   Foster,  .lames  Kauer.  William   Smith.   Blaine  Schoepfle,   Dario  Cova,   Bryce  Andersen.   Donald   Dans.  Robert  Coffman, 

Robert  Wiederkehr.  David  Locke 
Third  row:    John  Way,  Chadwick  Murdock,  Lester  Krone,  Robert  Ran.  Merland  Grieb,  James  Qninn,  Norman  Kalenda,  Snnley  Anderson,  La  Verne  McHa- 

ney,  Carl  Sehaffner.  Victor  Buhrke,  Paul  Bierstadt 
Second  row:    John   Dyer.   Herbert   Kraeiner.   William  Smith,  John   Gardner,  Melvin  Tecotzky,   Jeremiah  Freeman,   Robert   Marshall.   Roy  Thomas  Stiehl, 

Sasrer  Daryl  Larson,  Robert  Oster,  Samuel  Gelfand.  John  Allen 
Bottom  ran-:     William  Cooley,  Carl  Kammeyer.   Daryle  Busch,  Elliott   Ryder.  Fredrick  Winter,  William  ilasterton,  William  Louden,  William  MePherson, 

Robert  Zielinski,  Richard  Roue,  George  Inglett 


Alpha  Chi  Sigma 


606  West  Ohio 

47  Active  Chapters 


Standing:  John  Romano,  commissary  officer;  James  Labile,  rice  presi- 
dent; James  Kauer,  master  of  ceremonies;  Bryce  Andersen,  corpora- 
tion delegate 

Seated:  Niels  Nielsen,  recording  secretary;  William  Smith,  president; 
William  Louden,  treasurer 


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Alpha  Delta  Ph 


110   Kast  .John 

2X  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Stanley  Kolinski,  Charles  Whitmore,  Roger  Little,  Eldon  Bergstron,  John  Schneider,  David  Hill.  Edward  Veech,  Hervey  Hicks.  Claude  Elliot, 

James  Freyder 
Tltird  row:    Rohert  Whitmore,  Hanspeter  Johne,  Ronald  Boole.  Ralph  Reno,  John  Sincere.  John  Pierich,  Samuel  Hale.  Paul  Tourney,  Thomas  Stifler,   John 

Fowlie 
Second  row  :    John  Reeder,  Charles  Wolf,  James  Crain,  Richard  Anderson.  Rnssell  Peterson.  Glenn  Borregard,  Donald  Chains,  Richard  Hoffman,  Arthur 

Wyatt,  Frank  Slepicka 
Bottom  row:    Wayne  Gage,  John  Mason.  Ralph  Fisk.  William  Hannen.  Thomas  Brody,  Donald  Chambers,  Peter  Hanks.  James  Bakle,  Craig  Stewart.   Joel 

Heineman,  Kenneth  Eckrote 
Not  in  panel:    Robert  Weddell.  Aaron  Brandt,  Frank  Wodziak,  Edward  Mathis,  Daniel  Frish,  Perry  Mohlar 


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Top  ran  :     Norton   Gold.   Harold   Ehrlich,   Harry  Halperin.  Arthur  Lipton.   Howard  Cohen.  Hugh  Olbur.  Myron  Singer,  Norman  BaKall.  Earl  Ohrnstein, 

Mathew  Herman,  Ronald  Levey,  Alan  Sumberg.  Roger  Leff.  Donald  Kantor,   Leonard  Appel 
Third   roir  :     Myron   Goldblatt.   Jerome  Price,   Sheldon   Levy,   Gerald   Rosenberg.   Ryron   Toben.   Arnold   Dworkin,   Sheldon   Good,   Serge  Zeldman.   Robert 

Salkin.  Stuart  Raffel.  Roger  Baskes.  Carl  Solar 
Second  row:     Leonard   Goldstick.   Sheldon   Berke.   Lawrence  Silverman.   Stuart   Schoenbnrg.   Gary  Jacobs.   Sheldon   Green,   James  Kunen,   Ronald  Glink, 

Sheldon  Cloobeck,  Robert  Fantl,  Maynard  Rowe 
Bottom  row:    Gerold  Goldbaum,  Harold  Jaffe.  Merton   Feldstein.   Kenneth   Denberg,  Gerald  Eisenstein,  Ira  Markns,  Robert  Craff.  Gerald  Galler.  Ronald 

Becker 
Not  in  panel:    Arthur  Shafer,  Jerry  Oscherwitz,  David  Smith,  Alvin  Domash 


Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 


302  East  Gregory 
61   Active  Chapters 


Stuart  Schoenbnrg,  scribe;  Gary  Jacobs,  T  master;  Sheldon  Green,  mas- 
ter; Ronald  Glink,  exchequer;  Sheldon  Cloobeck,  member  at  large 


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Bottom    row:     Alvin    Warren 
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vice  president :  Gerald  Wagler,  reporter;  Rich- 
Dale  Feasler.  secretary;  Benton  Allen,  alumni 


usher:    James   Ross,    president;    Kenneth 


Alpha  Gamma  Rho 


58  East  Gregory 
35  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Merle  Miller,  William  Mellen,  Alan  Dnvick.  James  Mawson,  Terry  Greathouse,  James  Ash,  William  Haird,  Martin  Stewart,  Raundle  Ericson, 
Lawrence  Tarleton,  Leonard  Gardner,  Jon   Ellis.  Ronald  Fink 

Third  row:  James  Ranson,  Francis  Walker.  Gale  Taylor.  David  Ashbrook,  Leonard  Olson.  Donald  Smith,  Carl  Corzine.  John  Rentschler,  James  Bridge- 
land,  Charles  Lemker,  Richard  Rieger,  Donald  Loomis,  William  Heinhorst.  John  Clark 

Second  row:  Clyne  Mclntire,  William  McAllister,  William  Martin,  William  Miller,  Alvin  Warren,  Gerald  Wagler.  Clifford  Beatty,  James  Ross,  Dale 
Feaster,  Kenneth  Getz,  Benton  Allen.  James  Blier,  William  Cunningham.  Richard  Davis 

First  row:  Harvey  Hartline,  Rolland  Main,  Ruel  Becker.  Howard  Elliot,  Raymond  Richner.  Donald  DeBolt,  Thomas  Hillebrenner,  Donald  Hnftalin, 
Joseph  Bicknell,  Richard  Fulton,  Joseph  I'mbach 

Not  in  panel:    Gayle  Krantz,  William  Whitfield,  Charles  Joley,  William  Jenner 


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Richard  Weeks,  Charles   Blomquist,   Porter  Womeldorff,  Wesley   Knight,   Douglas  Wolfe 

Third  row:  James  Pritchard,  Allan  Bohon.  Larry  Lawler,  Larry  Kettelkamp,  James  Needham,  Richard  Malmgren,  John  McCullough,  James  Smith, 
Clarke  Woodruff'.  Tommy  Cllom,  Gene  Philbrick.  John  Jurgensmeyer,  Cecil  Worrels 

Second  row  :  Richard  Wasson,  Roland  Strawn,  Ralph  Butler,  John  Messner,  Chellis  Taylor.  Peter  Couch,  Robert  Coft'een,  Charles  Doak,  Richard  Mer- 
chant, John  Towers 

Bottom  rou- :  Clarence  Windal,  James  Temple,  William  Zartman,  Donald  Lanier,  David  Hamilton,  William  Bland,  David  Bennett.  Donald  Snider,  David 
Alberts,  John  Hill.  David  Kearns 

Xn>  in  panel :    Arthur  Robert  Twardock.  Robert  St  rope.  Lloyd  Olawe,  Ross  McNaught,  Drue?  Baxter,  John  McLure 


Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 


401    East  Daniel 
12  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Chellis  Taylor,  president;  Charles  Doak,  commisar;  Peter 
Couch,  oice  president 

Bottom  row:  John  Messner.  recording  secretary;  Jerry  Rhodes,  corre- 
sponding secretarij ;  Cecil  Worrels,  treasurer 


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Standing:     Emerson    Brown,    vice    president;    John    Downs,    treasurer 

Charles  Duster,  kousemanager 
Seated:    Edwin  Smith,  president;  Rudolph  Moragne,  secretary 


Alpha  Phi  Alpha 


i:;ul   West  Clark 
207  Active  Chapters 


Top  Row:    Nathan  Crookshank,  Frank  Smith,  John  Bowles,  Wiley  Gordon,  Daniel  James,  Emerson   Brown,  John  Young,  Donald  Hayes.  Rudolph  Moragn 

Jonathan  Reed 
Bottom  rote:    Harold  King.  Amos  Moore,  Charles  Duster,  John  Downs.  Harold  Washington.  Edwin  Smith,  Charles  Wilson,  Warren  Smith 
Not  in  panel:    Benjamin   Henry,  Twiley   Barker,   Lucius  Barker.  Livey  Wilson.  Robert  Johnson,  William  Douthit.  Lewis  Hunley,  Boyer  Fayeme.  Walt 

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mnnd  Shlaustas  , 

Third  row:  Theodore  Larson,  Leigh  Zar.se.  Donald  Koss.  Robert  Evans.  Thomas  Claridge,  Albert  Francik,  William  Peter  Milbratz,  George  Magee,  Ted 
Garrison 

Second  row  :  Donald  Ganschinietz,  Ralph  Line,  James  Lendrum,  Hugh  OTonnell.  John  Bowman,  Gerald  Germanson.  Nathan  ('arras,  Charles  Cedarholm, 
Prof.  Baker,  Prof.  Hnlt 

Bottom  row:  Allen  Ellingson,  Donald  Michaelis.  Otto  Stark,  Peter  Lendrum,  Glen  Isaacs,  Charles  Holsapple,  Alden  Orput,  Trevis  Freeman,  Gerald  Gold- 
man 

Not  in  panel:  Kenneth  Kurtz,  Vyto  Petrauskas,  Richard  Keys,  .lames  Keys.  Frank  Wilkey,  Richard  Middendorf,  Robert  Ganschinietz,  Aden  Lauchner, 
Brian  Crumlish,  George  Riley,  Robert  Torkelson 


Alpha  Rho  Ch 


1108  South  First 
(i  Active  Chapters 


Standing:  Charles  Cedarholm,  corresponding  secretary;  David  Sauer. 
fifth  member  of  board;  Hugh  O'Connell.  recording  secretary;  Ken- 
neth Kurtz,  house  manager;  Nathan  Carras,  treasurer 

Seated:    John  Bowman,  vice  president;  Gerald  Germanson,  president 


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296 


Top  row:    Duane  McCurdy,  vice  president;  by]**  Cowan,  house  manager; 

Harry  Armstrong,  secretary 
Bottom  row:    Charles  Bolster,  treasurer;  Roger  Brooke,  president;  Jair.es 

Connor,  pledge  trainer 


Alpha  Sigma  Ph 


"J  1  1    Fast   A  rmnry 
77  Active  Chapters 


Top  row  :  James  Murray.  Richard  Gray,  Jerry  Henderson.  Ronald  Schnepper,  .lames  Gaither,  .lames  Pierce,  John  Thompson,  Harold  (iefrel.  Francis  Hol- 
land. Robert  Leigh,  Lee  Vida.  James  Sunny.  John  Clements,  Leo  Cates,  Robert  Wildenradt,  Eugene  Sobota,  Fred  Collins.  Richard  Brenner,  Lynn 
Arbeen,   William  Hempstead 

Third  rote:  John  DeMoor.  Donald  Toll.  Frederick  Davis.  James  Flynn.  Robert  Alexander.  George  Miller.  Pryce  Kcagle,  Leonard  Kudlata.  Bernard  Eisner. 
Robert  Carlson.  Donald  Colville,  Charles  Helleny,  William  Huntington,  John  Adams.  Charles  Herrmann.  Harlow  Blum.  William  Ridley.  John  Tor- 
rillo,  Robert  Sheldon 

Second  row:  Joseph  Bennett,  Douglas  Met/.,  Rodney  Phillips,  Harry  Armstrong,  Duane  McCurdy.  Mrs.  Harlan.  Roger  Brooke.  Charles  Bolster,  Lyle 
Cowan.  James  Conner.  Donald  Grill,   Burt   Eltzroth,  James  Bredar 

Bottom  row:  Andrew  Kosey.  Robert  Johannes,  Harry  Bishop,  Robert  Stevens.  Joseph  Meyers,  William  Hatfield,  George  Perry,  Phillip  Mink.  David  Dun- 
niway.  William  Piper,  Robert  Ashley.  Willis  Baker.  Richard  Jirus.  Jack  <i\\in 


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Top  row :    Barry  Blough,  Hugh  Davison,  William  -lack  Chamblin,  .lames  Nutt.  John  McLaughlin,  Stephen  Hill,  William  McCarty,  Richard  Miller,  Stanley 

Hush.  Richard   Buescher,   Harold  LeGrande,  Kenneth  Nordquist.  Andrew  Barnett,  Joseph  Baker,  Michael  Imlay,  Charles  Harnett,  John  McCarthy 
Third  ron • :    Roy  Burt,  Richard  Ohls,  Richard  Swanson,  Robert  Twohey.  Marvin  Andresen,  Ralph  Peterson,  Albert  Peters,   Robert  Peterson,  Robert  Hal- 

verson,  George  Van  Schoitk,  David  Condon.  James  Earl,  Rae  Downey.  William  Kelly.  Albert  Huber,  David  White,  Kenneth  Kellerhals.  Robert  Phillips 
Second  row:     Ronald   Cites,  Jack  Young,   Robert   Lavender,   Edward  Patacek.   Bruce  Frazier,  Thorpe  Wright,   John   Seiler.  James  Norman,  Joel   McN'ulty. 

Richard  Heath.  James  Mitchell,  Charles  Palmer.  Donald  Young.  Walter  Lucas.  Robert  Smith.  Lyle  Ellicott.  Joseph  Herbert  Landon 
Bottom  row:    William  Blake.  Robert  Conlin,  Bruce  Brothers.  Robert  Welton.  Bruce  Carlson.  Thomas  Schaefer.  LeRoy  Prederichs,  Ronald  Carlson.  Frank 

Reese.  Scott  Brinker.   Harold   Robertson.  Paul  Hayes.  Frank  Gibson 


Alpha  Tau  Omega 


1101  West  Pennsylvania 
1 16  Active  Chapters 


.lames  Mitchell,  treasurer;  Lyle  Ellicott,  social  chairman;  David  White, 
pledge  muster;  Richard  Heath,  president;  Edward  Patacek,  rushing  chair- 
man; .lames  Norman,  secretary;  John  Seiler.  house  manager;  Joel  Mc- 
Nulty,  rirr  president 


298 


Standing:    Lucien   Kapp,  recording  secretary 

secretary;  William  WVIIs.  treasurer 
Seated:     Dale  Curtin,  president;  James  Edward 


Roy  Small,  corresponding 
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Beta  Theta  Pi 


202  Easl   Daniel 
97  Active  Chapters 


Tup  rot 


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row:    Fredrick  Bercher,  Wayne  Wengert,  Thomas  Leonard.  James  Bray,  William  Branom,  Hale  Bartlett,  Richard  Sharer,  Robert  Hall.  Richard  Fo 
ler.  Robert  Roush.  James  Dutcher,  James  Neal.  James  Dammann,  James  Pfau,   Ronald  Faster,  Charles  Foulke,  Roy  .Mayes.  Robert  Hickerson,   Hare 
Walden 
rd   row:     William   Henebry,   James  Edwards,   Frank   Burr,    Lucien    Kapp,   James   Nagle,   William  Arnold.   Dan    Filers.   Walter   Faster.   James   Stew 
Richard   Wolf,  Ronald   Peterson,  William   Loving,   Richard   Branom,   George  Gfroerer,   Donald  Cook.   William  Boon,  George  Najim,  John   Cartls 
Donald  Bitzer 


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1t.}>  rvtr  :     Harold  Hill,   Arlan    Slack.   Thomas  O'Connell,   Duane   Pedriana,   John   Peterson,    Donalil   Cramer,   James  Grogan,   Ronald  Gnnther,  Anthony 

Kozak,  James  Martin.  Lawrence  Sullivan.  Clifford  Bueschel,  Keith  l'.eaman.  Richard  Forrest 
Third  row:    Robert  Wright,  Donald  Babicz,  Leonard  Miller,  Paul  Armstrong,  William  Banister,  Bruno  Bruzgulis,  Ross  Pohlo,  Douglas  Montague,  David 

Mersbarh,  Thomas  Loversky,  Donald   Lurito,  James  Masters 
Second  roir  :    David  Edmunds,  James  Buchanan,  Wright  Catlow,  Larry  Spiller,  Jack  Elwell,  Deane  Johnsos,  Edward   Beach,  James  Overaker,  Jack  Fon- 

tana,  Laurence  Shanpert.  Robert  Wagner,  John   firoerman,   Henry  Williams 
Bottom  row:    Walter  Crowell,  Herman  Velasco,  Gary  Anderson.  Harold  Downs.  Richard  Schmaling,  Jack  Miller.  Thomas  Hull.  James  Calder.  James  Rose, 

Harold  Frette,  Jack  Betzig 
Not  in  panel:    John  Korngiebel,   Donald   Vreuls 


Chi  Ph 


303  East  Chalmers 
34  Active  Chapters 


Standing:     James    Overaker.    vice    president;    Larry    Spiller.    historian; 

Dean  Johnsos,  secretary 
Seated:     Jack    Elwell,    treasurer:    Edward    Beach,    president;    Jack    Fon- 

tana,  pledgemaster 


300 


Standing :     Arthur   Stoddard,    vice   president;   Thomas   Humphris,    in- 
dent; Richard  Berkshire,  rushing  chairman 
Seated:    William  Getzen,  treasurer;  William  Richards,  secretary 


Chi  Psi 


912  South  Second 
26  Active  Chanters 


Top  row:    John  Murphy,  Peter  Wragg,  John  Brown,  John  Kitch,  Leslie  Bryan,  Dillon  Ross,  Karl  Anderson,  Rohert  Williams,  Jack  Olson,    Robert    Quade, 

Alan  England,  Ronald  Beck,  Roger  Gomien,  James  Rankin,  Ralph  Fessenden 
Third  row:    James  Christensen,  Walter  Barnes,   Nicholas  Guardalabene,  William  Richards,  Donald  Maylath,  Gerald  Myers,  William  Getzen,  Fred  Edick, 

Edward  Brockmeier,  Arthur  Sestak,  Paul  Przypyszny,  Robert  Kelly,  James  Rudd,  Richard  Malmquist,  James  Peterson 
Second  row:    Kenneth  Kolence,  William  Coverdale,  Frank  Farwell,  Edward  Hopkins,  Dwight  Benton,  Mr.  Hay,  Thomas  Humphris,  Donald  Ward,  Arthur 

Stoddard,  Richard  Berkshire.  Marvin  Gesell,  (ieorge  Keim,  John  Doring 
Bottom    row:     Stanley   Rolfe,    Donald   Kennedy,    Donald  Eckert,  Salvatore   Grisaffe,    Lawrence   Williams,   David   Lawrence,    Eldon   Mackey,   Dean   Kolves, 

Frederick  Kreppert,  Alan  Cole 
Not  in  panel:    Lawrence  Claypool,  Robert  Earl  Grossmann,  James  Isenogle,  Ronald  Jerit,  Donald  Reis,  James  Whitaker 


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Top  row:    Felix  Quiros,  Antonio  Vergara,  Cirilo  McSween,  Carlos  1'iad.  Naji  Elseaidx,  Karl-Georg  Busley,  Alan  Barry 
Second  row:    Hiromichj  Mutoh,  Taketora  Yamagata,  Mohkam  Sandhu,  Tom  Tucker.  Conrad  Ross.  Donald  Ferguson,  Asif  Zahir 
Bottom  row:    Donald  Novak,  Bruce  Palmer,  Sabah  Kachachi,  Jorge  Quiros,  Kio  Yamamoto,  Hyman  Goldman,  Joseph  Brubeck 
Xot  in  panel:    Khalid  Mahmoud 


Cosmopolitan 


605   Easl    Daniel 
26  A.  i  ive  <  lhapters 


Sabah  Kachachi,  vice  president;  Jorge  Quiros,  president;  Kio  Yamamot< 
secretary;   Hyman   Goldman,   treasurer 


Standing:    John  Men/.,  treasurer;  Robert  Scholz,  sergeant-at-arrns ;  Rich- 
az'd  Nash,  corresponding  secretary ;  Charles  Morris,  recording  secretary 
Seated:    William  Stimart,  president;  George  Gandrau,  vice  president 


Delta  Chi 


1  111   South  First 
41   Active  Chapters 


Top  row :    Charles  Morris,   Lon   Harlow.  Carl  Krai'.ip.   Richard   Browning,   Richard   Nash,   William   Zanetakos,   Wayne   Bloomquist,   Charles  Page,   Robert 

Roper,  Melton  Hatch 
Fourth  row:    Robert  Goodman,  James  Spierling,  George  Gandrau,  Frank  Bare.  Charles  Hoover,  Nick  Thompolous,  Robert  Krarap,  Robert  .Scholz,  Charles 

Metzel,  John  Menz,  James  Crossley,  Richard  Stone 
Third  row:    Richard  Winarski,  Robert  Nelson,  Robert  Gallagher,  Gilbert   Brinkmeyer,  Robert  Sullivan.  Stephen  Birkeland,  Terry  Davis,  John  Schmacker, 

William  Stimart,  Herbert  Kalbitzer 
Second  row:    Richard  Lundgren,  John  R-reyer,  Robert  Foster,  John  Swanson,  Gilbert  Hensey,  Richard  Liebold,  Louis  Keller,  Bryce  Sides,  Daniel  Hixson 
Bottom  row:    Robert  McNally,,  Robert  Kastelic.  Charles  Kersc-h.  Joe  Scott,  James  Lyons.  George  DeLong,  Douglas  Pierce.  Ronald  Clayton 
Xot  in  panel:    Gary  Coffev,  Phillip  Flick.  Alferd  Herzog,  Richard  Konigsfeld,  James  Lemke,   Frank  Melka,  John  Moskiewicz,   Earl  Sachtleben,  Charles 

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Id/i  r<>i>- :    William  Ryan.  -lames  Wood,  Richard  Brush,  .Tames  1'eiin.  William  Perre,  Carl  Brueckner,  Harold  Folkerth,  .lames  Cavin.  Richard  Mast 

Third  row:    James  Brewster.  Robert    lnimel.   Gene  Quermann,   Richard    lilake.    Lynn   Ackerman,   Paul  Robinson,   Donald   Hooker,   David   Bartruff,   Louis 

Mohr.  Philip  Nienstedt 
Second  row:    Donald  Carlson,  Peter  Ayres,  Grover  Foote,  Joel  Roach,  Mrs.  Orton,  George  Blakely,  William  Logan.  Daniel  Robert,  Donald  Mulligan 
Bottom  row:    Bernard  O'Leary,  David  Potter.  Edward  Smith.  Thomas  Lackovic,  James  Fen  is,  David  Jewell,  Joseph  Tomei 
Xot  in  panel:     David   Bailey,    Danner  Shoemaker,  (leorge  Klauke 


Delta  Kappa  Epsilon 


902  South  Second 
•51  Active  Chapters 


'/'"//  row:  George  Blakely,  vice  president;  James  Brewster,  rushing 
chairman;  Donald  Carlson,  corresponding  secretary 

Bottom  row:  James  Penn,  treasurer;  Joel  Roach,  president;  Grover 
Foote,  social  chairman 


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Standing:    Lloyd   Fray,  treasurer;  Howard  Workowski,  vice  president 
Seated:    Franklin  Andrews,  Virgel  Herren,  Charles  Loughlin,  president 


Delta  Ph 


1008  South  Fourth 
16  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Thomas  Glatter,  David  Minne,  John  Furlau,  Millard  Darnall.  Rohert  Peterson.  Donald  Garland,  Burdette  Ringquist,  Rodney  Wallace,  Joseph 

Maher,  Peter  Traver,  Walter  Hanken 
Third  row:    John   Kerr.   Earl   Swett,   Rollin   Tye,    David   Knollhon'.    Harry   Hodde.   Thomas   Haining,   Steven   Rusynyk.  William  Jackson.   Dennis  Serdahl, 

Christ  Sarro,  James  Wilson 
Second  row:    John  Egbert,  John  Anderson.  Charles  Velzy,  Charles  Loughlin,  Lloyd  Fray.  James  Michael.  John  Burgard,  Robert  Garland,  Richard  Riley 
Bottom  row:    Clarence  Lundberg,   Hugh   Hunter.  Ronald   Dindorf,  Joseph  Klyczek.  John   Felts.  John   Bryden.   Donald   Foval.   Kldon  Dameron 
Tfot  in  panel:    Howard  Workoxvski.   VTirgel  Herren.  Franklin  Andrews,  James  Clarkson,  Lloyd   Iversen 


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Top  row:    Arthur  Drallmeier,  James  Campbell,  Roderick  MacLeod,   Nils  Bjerg,  David  Templeton,  Ralph  McCormick,  Robert  Watson,  Kenneth  Gablin, 

Robert  Anderson,  Jerome  Baranski,  Glenn  Horton 
Third  row:    Fred  Tourtellotte.  William  Beuttler.  Prank  Clark.  Ronald  Howard,  Robert  Drew.  John  Line.  Robert  Gainer,  Ronald   Bronson,  Alfred  Barr, 

George  Aligns,  Jerome  Nagawiecki 
Second  row:    Robert  Caldwell,  William  Hug,  Abraham  Zaidan,  Howard  Sanders,  Richard  Moody,  William  Savage,  Raymond  Avischious,  Kenneth  Johann- 

sen,  Craig  Christensen,  Robert  Blanchard 
Bottom  row:    Roy  Seright.  Harold  Sherman.  Dino  Pezzato.  James  Babb,  Ronald  Peterson.  Helmer  Nelson.  Raymond  Moehle,  Marvin  Angus,  John  Hedgcock 
Xot  in  panel :    Robert  Vance.  Richard  Vance.  Frank  Tiley,  Carl  Ahrens.  James  Campbell,  Jerry  Clauser,  Duane  Gullett.  Kenneth  Miller.  Thomas   Nichols, 

John  Stassi,  Norman  Taylor.  Jerry  Nemec 


Delta  Sigma  Ph 


106  East  Daniel 
70  Active  Chapters 


Howard    Sanders,    treasurer ;    Raymond    Avischious.    secretary;    Richard 
Moody,   president;  William   Savage,   disciplinary  chairman 


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402  Easl   Daniel 
82  Act ive  <  'hai iters 


'Toil  idii':    John  Schoen,  Wilfried  Roentgen,  Donovan  Pearce,  William  Pingel,  Jack  Simpson,  Frank  l'lhnl.  John  Brown,  Roy  Jovien,  Peter  Wheeler 
Third  row:    Carl  Elshoff,  John  Bonds,  Robert  Hutchings,  Thomas  Dore,  William  Cullen,  Maynard   Siiebur,  Maurice   rones.   Emerson  Cammack 
Second  row:    Richard   Dale  Yung,  Norman   Emmerich,  Duane  Yetter.  Arthur  Ryan   Back.  Max  Offerman,  Robert   Rapsilber,  Robert  Waller.   Van  White 
Bottom  row:    Herbert  ['{/..  Eugene  Lersch,  Ross  Rolander,  Donald  Shanks.  Louis  Carlotti,  Henry  SeliLr 
Not  in  panel :    Thaddeus  Kucia,  Robert  Jorgenson,  James  Angell 


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7'o/(  row:  John  island.  Howard  Humphrey,  Phillip-Ray  Roberts.  Roy  Posner,  Mack  Ernster,  Wilbur  Mayo  Larson,  Robert  Gasaway,  Denis  Keith,  William 
Tate,  Robert  Lenzini,  Donald  Casper,   Barton  Regelbrugge 

Third  row:  Gerald  Veach,  Jon  Culbertson,  Harold  Tenney.  Charles  Berlin,  Donald  Archer,  John  Gwin,  John  McCune,  John  Hayes,  John  Shonkwiler, 
Peter  Koch,  Henry  Brennan,  (ierald  Carter,  Harry  Sinclair 

Second  row:  James  Hanley.  Richard  Anderson.  Clyde  Robbins,  Louis  Keesey,  Robert  Hamilton,  John  Williams,  Thomas  Konrad,  Donald  Corson,  Jon 
Kreker,  Harold  Hanes.  John  Mongerson 

Bottom  row:  Hugh  Morrison.  Peter  Landa.  James  Lowenstein,  Knrt  Hahlbeck,  Charles  Pietsch,  Verne  Bowman,  Tiffany  Carroll,  Donald  Simroth,  Fred- 
erick  Kobison.  John   Porter,   Donald  Kull.   Richard  Merhar 

Not  in  panel:    Donald  Hallahan.  Charles  Rogers.  William  Hoelscher,  John  Riley,  William  Butler 


Delta  Tau  Delta 


302  East  John 

S4  Active  Chapters 


John  Williams,  president;  Richard  Anderson,  treasurer;  Thomas  Konrad, 
vice  president 


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president ;  Max  Ponder,  pledge  muster:  Gerald  Woodcock,  social  chairman 


Delta  Upsilon 


31 2  East  Armory 
70  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Raymond   Westman,   George  Richard  Hoyden,  Gerald  Woodcock,  Charles  Kenneth  Artinger,   Vaughn   Rudnick,   Paul  Cook.   Robert  Tomasson, 

Emroy  Knaus,  Donn  Ueardorf 
Third  row:     Lawrence   Potter,   Richard   Harris,    Dan   Dees,    Herman    Wiilms,   Richard    Donohoe,   James   Bergstrom,   Robert   Buchanan,   Donald   Hamann, 

Eugene  Stunard,  Larry  Smith,  William  Day 
Serond  rote:     Don   Herrington,  Allen   Andrews,   Tenney  Hover,   Sherwood  Benton   Kains,   Russell   Miles  Johnson,   Edwin   Houser,   James  Martin.   George 

Wilson.  David   Dietemann,   Donald   Dietemann,  Max  Ponder 
Bottom  row  :    Gary  Jones,  Richard  Walthers,  William  Crawford.  Garrett  Covington.  Ronald  Amnions.  Robert  Lee.  Paul  McKee.  Roy  Diesner,  Jack  Sopkin, 

Albert  Roland 
Not  in  panel :    Marshall  Blankenship.  Herbert  Borman,  Robert  Butler,  Rov  Thomas  Fenstermaker.  Dwight   Pence,   Robert   Prusak,  Artur  Eggers,  Roger 

Wolf,  William  Collins 


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'J'iiji  row:    Gordon  Roiip,  Waller  Walts.  Bertil  Mattson,  Maiden  Neshiem,  Howard  Neale  Wallace,  Joseph  Stetson,  Merritt  Sprague,  Robert  Knudson,  Terry 

Wilken,  Gerald  Bachrnan,  Franklyn  Willey,  LeRoy  Sander 
Third  row:    Wallace  Reynolds,  Fred  Cooper.  Carroll  Bennett  Roodhouse,  Dale  Bury,  Harold  Walter,  Irvin  Ronald  Lawfer,  Jerry  Crist.  Max  Fulling,  Ivan 

Donald  Lawfer,  Lowell  Warner,  Vance  \  an  Tassell,  Stephen  McQuilkin 
Si, ■mill  run-:     Ralph   Zeigler,   Norman   Madison.  Glenn   Holmes.   Robert    Keefer,  Glenn   Hintermeister,  Peter  Peterson.  John  Wier,   Robert  Curtiss,   John 

Scheidenhelm,  Roberl  Randall,  John  Marshall 
Bottom  mi-  :    .lames  Day,   Paul  Curtiss.  John  Herschelman,  John  Carson,  Raymond   Duewer,  William  Britz,  Richard  Stone.  William  Stinnett.  Frederick 

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809  West    Pennsylvania 
12  Active  <  lhapters 


Robert  Keefer.  treasurer;  Peter  Peterson,  president;  Glenn  Hintermeister, 
vice  president;  John  Wier.  secretary 


Standing:    Earl  Doty,  keeper  of  exchequer;  Donald  Smith,  keeper  of  rec- 
ords ;  Delon  Hampton,  vice  polemarch 
Seated:    Thomas  Floyd,  strategus;  Conway  Graves,  polemarch 


Kappa  Alpha  Psi 


707  South  Third 
94  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Samuel  Ferguson,  Cornelius  Gillie,  Leroy  Howell,  Chester  Minnes,  Lawrence  Voting,  James  Montgomery,  Richard  Tyler,  Rodney  Morris.  Donald 

Burnough,  Henry  Curtis 
Second   row:     Floyd   Meehum,    Walter   Washington,   Grover  Smith,    Earl   Doty.    Delon    Hampton.    Conway  Graves.    Donald   Smith.   Thomas   Floyd,    William 

Brown,  John  Cameron 
Bottom  row:    Walter  Jackson.  Leotis  Frazier,  Leonard  Neely,  Curtis  Robinson,  James  Ferguson,  Ellis  Reid,  Lorenzo  Martin.  Reginald  Petty,  Robert  Green 
Not  in  panel:    Leo  Watson.  Leo  Williams.  Frank  Campbell.  Donald  Crusor,  Benjamin  Hooks 


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Top  row:    Frank  Charles  Reilly.  Raymond  Neisewander,  Ernesto  Jimenez.  Robert  Elliot.  Jasper  Rebecca,  Roger  Freese,  Richard  Widen.  Richard  Sargent. 

Neal  Parmenter.  Nick  Barelli.  Joseph  Las  Casas 
Third  row:    Don  Gugliuzza,  Donald  Lathrop,  Rolland  Bethards,  James  Kaatz.  Richard  Shepard,  William  Holden,  Harold  Rietveld,  Norman  Konba.  Wayne 

Conery,  Thomas  Zipay,  Joseph  Greeley 
Second  row:    Lew  Markow,  James  Fleischer,  Robert   Lemersal,  Richard  Paul.  Kenneth  Jacobs.  James  Mitchell.  Henry  Tomlinson,  John  Powell,  Vince  Las 

Casas,  Richard  Yero 
Bottom  row:    Frederick  Spangenburg,  Paul  Duffey,  Robert  Alford.  Leroy  Templeton,  Robert  Jacobson,  Charles  Foster,  Roger  Anderson.  Stephen  Cole,  Gale 

Shillington 
Not  in  panel:    Earl  Jacobson,  Charles  King.  Paul  Jones.  Eric  Stattin,  Walter  Norton,  John  Velco 


Kappa  Delta  Rho 


1110  South  Second 
24  Active   Chapters 


Standing :     Henry  Tomlinson,  limine  manager;   Richard   Paul,   vi 
dent;  James  Mitchell,  pledge  master;  Robert  Lemersal,  com 
Seated:    Kenneth  Jacobs,  president;   Karl  Jacobson,  treasurer 


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Top  row:    Donald  Brady,  treasu 

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Bottom   row:     Elmer  Charles  Hendrick 

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Donald  Powell,  secretary;  William 
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Kappa  Sigma 


212   East   Daniel 
124  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Charles  Larson,   Patrick  Fleming,  John  Kerry,  Gordon  Vaughn,  Stuart  Dobbs,  Benjamin  Harnish,  Gordon  Bengston,  Stephen  Simon,  William 

Wiese,  Robert  Rasmussen.  Richard  Dorschler,  Norman  Plagg,  Robert  Cherry,  Richard  Lane 
Third  row:    Robert  Cavanaugh,  Harry  Carpenter,  Alan  Curry,  Eugene  Sanders,  William  Chamberlain,  David  Bone,  William  Casler,  Peter  Palmer,  Robert 

Armstrong,  William  Starnes,  Edward  Bacher,  Walter  Denby,  Roy  Ganote.  Arlen  Large,  Donald  Dodds,  Peter  Van  Schaack,  Edward  Tucker 
Second  row:    Richard  Reuss,  William  Clinard,  Richard  Scheer,  Alan  Lawrence.  Donald  Powell,  Donald  Brady,  Elmer  Charles  Hendricks.  William  Hamel, 

William  Coney.  Richard  Gustafson,  Robert  Meyer,  Frank  Shappert.  Richard  Berry,  Donald  Baldus,  Elry  Falkenstein 
Bottom  row:    Thomas  Bone,  James  Hill,  Carl  Eichstaedt,  Robert  Naef.  Arthur  Williams,  Davis  Roeske,  David  Bodell.  Francis  Pfeffer,  Alan  Kaiser,   Robert 

Bar  ik.  Robert  Faulkner.  Robert  Pinkerton.  Jerry  Rinck 
Not  hi  panel:    Richard  Larson,  Ernest  Smith,  James  Miller,  Robert  Schroeder 


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Top  roic:    Robert  Kileen.  Richard  Grant,  Dean  Wooldridge,  William  Smith.  James  Lott,  John  Krupka,  Charles  Gauen,  Donald  Plote.  Ralph  Vinson,    Louis 

Gauen,  Donald  Gordon 
Third  row:    Ricardo  Artero,  Richard  Witzig,   David  Hill,   Dale  Kaiser,  Jimmy  Pierce,  John   .Strathman,   Dominic  De  Cristofaro,  James  Chalfant,   Russell 

DeLong,  William  Albert 
Second   row:    John   Thomas,  James  Hannagan.   Donald  Jeppsen,   John   Clayton.   Robert   Rasmussen.   John   Lynch,   Don   Mender.   Thomas  Madden,   James 

Pieschel,  Richard  Reynolds.  George  Deihs.  Robert  Lumsden 
Bottom  row:    Richard  Marshall,  Kenneth  Traum,  Jack  Holt,  Wayne  Moehling,   Bruce  Barnett,   Ronald   Dusenbury,   Fred  Schmude,   Roy  Bender,  Robert 

Wilson 
Not  in  panel:    La  Verne  Cassens,  Joseph  Lambright,  John   Lambright,   Donald   Bryan.  Glenn   Ekman,   Emil  Klingenfus,  James  Schuldt,  Arthur  O'Reilly, 

Earl  Laing.  John  McCarthy,  William  Steinhagen,  Robert  Dickey.  Robert  Olander 


Lambda  Chi  Alpha 


200  East  Armory 
141  Active  Chapters 


Robert    Rasmussen.    treasurer;    Don    Mender,    president;    Robert    Kileen. 
rushing   chairman;   John   Lynch,   secretary;   Thomas   Madde-\,    vice 
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Top  row:    William  Muirhead,  treasurer;  Thomas  Harrington,  secretary; 

Wilber  James  Bunting,  reporter 
Bottom    rod-:     Carl    Magnusson,    pledgemaster ;   Milton    Broun,    president: 

James  Watson,   warden 


Phi  Delta  Theta 


309  East  Chalmers 
1 17  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Charles  Riddiford,  John  Armstrong,  John  Westerlnnd,  Curtiss  Gabbard,  Robert  Bubb,  Jordan  Clianey,  William  Wilson,  Charles  Nogle,  Charles 

Shepard,  James  Rees.  Alan  Goettig,  William  Swope,  George  Milnm,  Robert  Mooney,  Theodore  C  off  man,   Earle  James  Walters.   Lonald  Honk 
Third  row:    Robert  Sewell,   Donald   Peterson,  Jerry  Felmley,  Thomas  Lambert,    Baird  Stewart,   Ron    Heili^enstein,  James  Watson,  Robert  Kabel.   Douglas 

Koehler,  Bruce  Adams,  Donald  Gene  Ator,  James  McNabney,  Daniel  McClaskey,  Richard  Parkhill,  Norman  Racine,  Frank  Keck,  Charles  Smith 
Second  row:    Raymond   Hugh  Pnrnell,   Bertram  Wagner,   Robert  Sonderskov,   Roger  Teazel,   Herman   Hokamp,   Edward   Hynds.  Can   Magnusson,  Milton 

Brown,  Wilber  James  Bunting.  Thomas  Harrington,  William  Muirhead,  Albert  Lenz,  Thomas  Scott,  Ronald  Gunn,  Erwin  Seegers 
Bottom  row:    John  Roger  Powell,  John  Heniff,  Albert  Grethey,  Richard  Selleg,  Randolph  Lundeen.  Gerald  Light.  Robert  Helfrich.  Frank  Nichols,  George 

Michael  Farley,  James  Bronson,  John  Hudson,  Doyle  Glass,  Lyle  Dahlenburg,  Max  Penwell 
Not   in    panel:     Clifford    Smith,    Edward    Makovsky,    Richard    Wyatt.    Henry    Price,    Charles    Boerio.    Robert    Reitsch,    Lyle    Lipe,    Robert   Johnson,    Richard 

\\  ham.  Paul  David  Bauer.  Clarence  Losch.  John  Sharp.  Donald  Tate 


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Top  row:    Aaron  Miller.  Gerald  Genet.  Fred  Rubin.  Bruce  Mer.  Richard  Simon.  Wayne  Peters.  Fred  Cohan.  Michael  Greenfield.  Ronald  Bushman.    David 

Bliss,   Marvin   Lieberman.   Ralph   Stavins,   Bertram  Garskof.   Gordon   Rubin.   Martin   Kelinson.   Marvin   Rosenberg,   Michael  Kohn.   Harold  Solomon, 

Bernard  Horwich,  Samuel  Sax 
Third  row:    Ronald  Adelson.  Ronald   Kahn.  Henry  Brauer.  James  Birnbaum,  William  Lipkin.  Marshall  Lipkin.  Howard  Gerstein.  Leslie  Schultz.  Morton 

Melnik,   Melvyn  Green,   Donald  Boruszak,   Lloyd  Falk.  Gerold  Pollack.   Donald  Wiczer,  Larry  Smith,  Harold  Goodman.   Leonard  Greenberg,  Howard 

Spicker 
Second  row:    Harold   Roy  Gordon,   Marvin   Berman.   Ira  Weinberg.   Edward  Somberg.  Fred  Bondy.  Stuart   Berg,   Lowell  Axelrad.   Donald  Grass,  Morton 

Richter,  Charles  Pressman.  James  Boruszak,   Benjamin   Borkon.   James  Schneider 
Bottom  row:    Alvin  Samuels,  Robert  Nachenberg,  Robert  Levy,  Jerry  Dashe.  Alan  Carter.  Theodore  Cohen.  Edward  Harris.  David  Zolot.  Richard  Friedkin. 

Richard  Wezelman.  Michael  Spigelman,  Bernard  Burnstine,  Robert  Rashkow.  Larry  Spielberger 


Phi  Epsilon  Pi 


907   South  Third 
37  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Fred  Cohan,  house  manager;  Stuart  Berg,  vice  superior;  Low- 
ell Axelrad,  superior;  Ronald   Kahn,  commisar 

Bottom  row:  Fred  Rubin,  treasurer ;  Larry  Smith,  corresponding  secre- 
tary; Michael  Greenfield,  recording  secretary 


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Top  row:  Gordon  Leach,  recording  secretary;  Richard  McCarthy,  presi- 
dent; Robert  Hayes,  treasurer 

Bottom  row:  Gene  Wallace,  corresponding  secretary;  Thomas  Brown, 
historian 


Phi  Gamma  Delta 


401   East  John 

SI  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Robert  Brodt,  Richard  Miller,  Albert  Arnold.  Richard  Lacy.  Robert  DeMeritt,  Don  Brown,  William  Bayley,  Jeff  Austin,  William  Bingham. 
James  Kahlert,  William   Barker.  Edward   Bruce,  Harry  Childress 

Third  row:  Thomas  Miner.  Robert  Hershberger,  Robert  bailey.  Jay  Larson.  James  Pnrcell.  John  Massey.  Donald  Fullerton.  John  Thompson,  John  Kiest. 
Richard  Tindall,  Harold   Burr,  Daniel  O'Connell.  Lee  Cnrtiss 

Second  row:  Robert  McKnelly,  Richard  Pawlak.  Edgar  Chapel,  Donald  Boyd,  Gordon  Leach,  Richard  McCarthy.  Thomas  Brown,  Gene  Wallace,  Robert 
Hayes,  Gene  Steffy,  Fred  Lehman,  Roderick  Ellis 

Bottom  row:  Kenneth  Pawlak.  Frank  Strachota.  Richard  Little,  Thomas  Brandon,  Robert  Radnik.  Jerome  Groniger.  William  Bnddig,  Paul  Becker,  Wil- 
bur Crnmmer,  Robert  Jenkins.  Alan  Weaver,  Terry  Renfer,  Daniel  Lirot 

Not  in  panel:  George  Maier.  Donald  Weaver,  Warren  Nickerson,  Richard  Carrigan,  Norton  Compton,  Donald  Himes.  Peter  Tomaras,  Thomas  Felke, 
Dennis  Summers,  James  Corrigan,  Donald  Nagel,  James  Jackson 


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Top  roiv :    Robert  Wlielan.  Charles  Perry,  Claries  Wolfenberger.  George  Haley,  Edward  Schulte,  George  Wood.  John  Donahue,  Ronald  Heuring 
Third  row:    Louis  Zeleznikar,  Arthur  O'l-eary,  Frank  Torres,  Arthur  D'Ambrosio,  Loviis  Lichter,  Timothy  Mahoney,  John  Crossen,  Thomas  Riordan 
Second  ran::    William  Green,  Thomas  Liptak,  Donald  Perille,  Kenneth  Klingele,  Frank  Zimmerman,  John  Healy.  James  Janicki,  Laurence  Smith 
Bottom  rou-:    John  Conway,   Donald  Semon,  Terrenee  Fitzgerald,  Thomas  Houlihan,  John  Eure,  John  Egan 
Not  in  panel:    Donald  Anderson,  Fred  Baxter.  James  Fitzgerald,  Richard  Leiser,  Thomas  Roe 


Phi  Kappa 


310  East  Chalmers 
:!'_'   Active  Chapters 


John  Healv.  social  chairman;  Thomas  Liptak,  treasurer;  Kenneth  Klin- 
gele, president;  Frank  Zimmerman,  vice  president;  Donald  1'erille.  sec- 
retary 


318 


Top  row:  Loren  Krause,  sergeant-at-arms ;  Richard  Chester,  pledge 
trainer 

Second  row:  Warren  Woltman,  corresponding  secretary;  Paul  Addy, 
historian;  Roy  Strom,   messenger 

Bottom  roti-:  Franklin  Sekera.  vice  president;  Edward  Collins,  presi- 
dent; Carl  Latm,  treasurer 


Phi  Kappa  Psi 


911  South  Fourth 
")7  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Nick  Lanier,  John  Green,  Darrel  Harter.  James  Gilliam.  Malcomb  Bushnell.  Thomas  Obermier,  Frank  Lakey,  Jack  Langille,  William  Stocking:, 

David  Bruce,  James  Acheson,  Harry  Summers,  Boyce  Williams,  Richard  Eisner.  Roy  Westergard,   Dennis  Pritchard,  William  Prescott 
Third  row:    John  Stahl,  Carl  Warren,  Thomas  Mayes.  Todd  Griffith.  Marshall  Brisbois,  Marvin  Ehlers,  Roger  ('lark.  James  Fischer,  Donald  LaMorticella, 

Alan  Johnson.   Donald  Tate,  Richard  Chester.  Walter  Vernasco.  Clark  O'Halloran 
Second  row  :    Wayne  Woltman.  Roy  Strom.  John  Kerr,  William  Ha«en.  Robert  Halliday,  Warren   Woltman.  Franklin  Sekera,   Edward  Collins,  Carl  Lane. 

Loren  Krause.  William  Ebhinghaus,  Paul  Addy.  Charles  Koehn.  William  Pritchard.   Daniel  Peterson 
Bottom   row:     Ronald   Grnyheck.   Edwin   Sloan.    Paul   Degner,   James   Hawes.   Stephen   Trelease,   Daniel   Simpson,   Joseph   Stephens,   Robert   Mast.   Donald 

Page.  Daniel  Miollis.  Donald  Anient.  James  Walton 


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Top  row:    Jerry  Maisenbacher,   Donald   Brawner,  Norman   Zeter,   Donald  Foley.   Richard   Stream,  William  Gray,  William  Coleman.  Jan   Smid.   Richard 

Reichle,  Ralph  Grauer,  William  Gibbs,   Frederick  Slocombe,  Jackson  Rosskaiiim.  Thomas  Alexander.  Joseph  Devall 
Third  rou::    Robert   Schultz,   William   Hester,  Thomas  Baker,   George  Horsley,   Edward  Ogen,   Donald   Kudzma,  James  Wilgus,   Wilfred   DeCook,  Thomas 

Sleeman,  David  Wisdom,  George  David  Akerberg,  Ralph   Perers,  Fred  Tait.  Richard  Shelby,  Kenneth  Rutherford,  Frank  Gadient 
Second  row:    John   Bender.  Edward  Jenison,  Thomas  Slater.  James  Stelzner,  James  Reeder.  Howard  Roecker,  William  Frisbie,  Earl  Henderson,  Herbert 

Koelling.  William  Philleo,  William  Blaine,  Gerald  Philleo,  Keith  Lacy,  Gerald  Lahey,  Walter  Jones 
Bottom  row:    Herbert  Thompson,  William  Breitweiser,  Elliot  Moore,  Charles  Foley,  Donald  Collier,  Robert  Pasnau,  Larry  Martin,  Raymond  Page,  Edward 

Johnson,  David  Wimmer,  Walter  Newlin,  Leroy  Dawson,  Lester  Schnake,  George  Ellis,  Ronald  Brown 
Not  in  panel:    William  Beeson,  Eberhard   Visher,  Joseph  White,  Arthur  Jones,  Robert  Davison 


Phi  Kappa  Sigma 


313  East  Chalmers 
44  Active  Chapters 


Karl  Henderson,  president;  Ralph  Perers,  pledge  trainer:  William  Phil- 
leo, viee  president;  Frederick  Slocombe.  house  manager 


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John    Edmunds,   secretary;  Richard    Edwards,  president;  Robert    N 
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Phi  Kappa  Tau 


310  East  Gregory  Drive 
7(1  Active  ( 'hapters 


Top  row:    Jerry  Summers.  Thomas  Chilcott,  Gerald  Massey,  Lyle  Sykora,  Webster  Smith,  Armand  Andre,  Charles  Michels,  Charles  Williamson,  Earl  Cate, 

Glenn  Meyer,  Laneive  Rueter,   Eugene  Kosman 
Third  row:    Lawrence  Crawford,  Charles  Gautschy,  William  Guegel,  Gordon  Lovestrand,  Leslie  Bishop,  Richard  Hodges,  Joe  Dean  Meller,  Roger  Bishop, 

Douglas  Parr,  Byron  Shinn,  Charles  Ellis 
Second  row:    Wendell  Doolittle.  John  Thompson.  James  Voorhees,  Dale  Hilton,  John   Edmunds.  Robert  Nejdl.  Richard  Edwards,  William  Ascher,  Harold 

Eugene  Larson,  Warren  Weed,  Pierre  Pel  it 
Bottom  row:    Charles  Kurrus.  James  Brubaker.  James  Trail.  Wayne  .Neumann,  Allen   Bradley.  Richard  Swanson,  Charles  Newborn.  Richard  Ellenberger, 

Leonard  Walberg 
Not  in  panel :    Richard  Falck,  James  Kirtland.  Frank  Laraia 


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Top  rate:    Floyd  Nadler,   Eugene  Trager.   Gerald   Stearn,   Burton   Steam,   Lawrence  Schwartzberg,   Marvin   Friinan.  Milton  Weiner,   Michael  Gould,   Earl 

Linen,  Morton   Miller,   Irwin  Alter,  Herbert   Weintraub.  Gerald  Schor,   Hugh  Klein 
Third   row:     Edward  Abrams,   Sidney   Kaz.   Melvin   Jacobs,   Lawrence  Slutsky,   Michael   Kramer,   Marvin   Lipschultz,   Bernard   Winsberg,   Marvin   Perrye, 

Leon  Friedman,  Melvin  Sered,  Burton  Witt,  Morris  Witney,  Meyer  Pollack 
Second  row:    Bernard  Alpert,  Sherwin   Nelson,  Edward  Friedman,  Donald  Lasser,  Darryl  Lem,  Richard  Heiman,  Edwin  Levitan,  Lawrence  Ripes,  Jerome 

Shaffer,  Samuel  Chiprin,  Edward  Frank 
Bottom  row:    Mitchell  Friedman,  Jerome  Brody,  Frank  Shnlman,  Jerome  Zeldes,  Mitchell  Bender,  Jack  Nitzkin,  Seymour  Fishman.  Donald  Rubin,  Jerry 

Siegal,  Allen  Toppel 
A7ot  in  panel :    Arthur  Nordenberg,  Allen  Engerman,  Elias  Levin 


Phi  Sigma  Delta 


706  West  Ohio 

27  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Darryl  Lem,  treasurer:  Richard  Heiman,  president;  Edwin 
Levitan,  vice  president;  Donald  Lasser,  pledge  father 

Bottom  row:  Edward  Frank,  executive  council;  Sherwin  Nelson,  execu- 
tive council;  Lawrence  Ripes,  recording  secretary;  Jerome  Shaffer, 
corresponding  secretary 


322 


Top   row:     Ruhard    Dashner,   sentinel;   Jerry   Wright,    inductor;    Lano 

Frank,  treasurer ;  lee  Conrad  Herwig,  vice  president 
Bottom  row:    'imes  Berkovec,  president 


Phi  Sigma  Kappa 


1004  South  Second 
66  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Frank  Madonia,  John  Jones,  Robert  Squires,  George  Gellert,  Philip  Judson,  Paul  Judson,  Harold  Jensen,  Robert  Thurnblad,  George  Binder, 

Hugh  McMaster,  Bertram  Clarbour,  Robert  Bein,  Bobby  Henson 
Third  row  :    John  Nordin,  James  Kunz,  Jimmie  Polley,  Gail  Thwing,  Donald  Farnsworth,  Steven  Webb,  Robert  Thorpe,  Dennis  Brady,  Richard  Zimmers, 

Marvin  Graves,  Lenos  Garah  Muret 
Second  row:    John   Elliott.   Richard  Cole,  John  Alpers,   Donald  Janssen,  Joseph  Leveque,  James  Berkovec,  Lee  Conrad  Herwig,  John  Kratzer,  Richard 

Dashner,  Charles  Gardner,  Charles  Johnson,  Charles  Huck 
Bottom  row :    Roland  Artigues,  David  Ray,  John  Marquis,  Harold  Mooberry,  Don  Zugschwerdt,  Daniel  Pepper,  John  Murray,  Richard  Lee.  Carl  Bornholt 
Not  in  panel :    Lano  Frank,  Jerry  Wright,  Edward  Hopkinson,  Kenneth  Swienton 


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Tup  row:    Norman  Kidd,  Roger  Woizeski,  Ronald  Esper.  John  Herbolsheimer,  John  Rinedollar.  John  Turner,  James  Hendrickson,  Richard  Tolley,  Robert 

Trumbull,  Richard  Curry,  Albert  Schemer,  Robert  Miller 
Third  row.    Richard  Huft'er,  Daniel  Spink,  George  Phillips,  Charles  Walter,  Roger  Carlson.  John  MacLeary,  James  Shook,  Henry  Uschan,  William  Burnett, 

Carl  Rauchenberger,   Lawrence  Chapman.  Robert  Webb,  William  Sieveking 
Second   row:     August   Thomas   Storr,    Robert    Frazier,    Raymond    Rothfelder,    Kenneth    Nellis,   Richard   Sehump,    Fred   Werno,   Charles   Bowsher,    Eugene 

Silveri,  Robert  Wold,  Rex  Whitehurst.  Stephen   Ross.   Erhardt  Deuschle,  William  Ruseh,  Jack  Bowsher 
Bottom  row:    Richard  Rusch,  Harvey  Hermann,  Raymond  Andrews,  Gerald  Medlar.  Robert  Sagadine,  Raymond  Saavedra,  Wayne  Weber,  Jack  Munns, 

Edward  McCrary.  Charles  Elliott,  Michael  Ostrowski.  John  Hubbard,  Samuel  Williamson 
Not  in  /Kind:    Gary  Gier,  Albert  Jern,  Allen  Vejar 


Pi  Kappa  Alpha 


102  East  Chalmers 
105  Active  Chapters 


Standing:     Richard    Tolley,    historian ;    Eugene   Silveri,    treasurer,   house 

manager 
Seated:    Fred  Werno,  vice  president;  Charles  Bowsher,  president 


324 


Standing:  John  Lignell,  secretary;  Luke  Oberwise,  archon;  Ralph  San- 
ders, chap  ain 

Seatfi  ■  Albert  Dietrich,  treasurer;  James  Johnson,  historian;  Roger 
Blake,    warden 


Pi  Kappa  Ph 


801  West  Illinois 
46  Active  Chapters 


Top   row:     Larry   Miller.   Roger   King.    Clark   Edwin    Morris,   Melvin    Wagner.    David   Gran.   August   Massa,   Carl    Blase.   Gerald   Walters.   Robert   Newlin, 

Donald  Cash,  Dohn  Mehlenbacher 
Second  row:    Roger  Derby,  Prof.  Putnam,  Thomas  Krizan,   Roger  Blake.  Albert  Dietrich.   Luke  Oberwise    John   Lignell,  James  Johnson,   Ralph  Sanders. 

Prof.  Norton.  Prof.  Henry,  Donald  Rogers 
Bottom  row:    Robert  Zalatoris,  Donald  Lynn.  David  Donnan,  Fred  Hazlett,  Eugene  Tomlin,  Morton  Clotfelter,  Donald  Rice,  Jerry  Miller.  Donald  Freund 
Not  in  panel:    Emory  Wayne  Cowan,  Frederick  Dammann,  Lowell  Eldrencamp.  David  Falls,  David  Frisbie,  David  Kallal,  William  Null,  Jerome  Rzepecki, 

William  Smith 


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Top  rote:    William  Sider,  Jerry  Farber,  Sidney  Desser,  Howard  Levin,  Spencer  Strellis.  Merwin  Auslander,  Larry  Finkle.  Morton  Miller,  Henry  Wiese- 

neck,  Larry  Cohen,  Burton  Stark,  Sherwin  Bairn,  Donald  Zaretsky,  Melvin  Rudich,  Mike  Stillerman 
Third  row:    Leslie  Hcfter.   Burton   Palmer,   Lrrry  London,   Herbert  August.  Lewis  Golan,   Ronald  Meyer.  Ralph  Rosen  garden,   Harold  Wagman,  Joseph 

Kritzman,  Allen  Brown,  Marks  Gordon,  Maurice  Levy 
Second  row:    Arwin   Zoller,   Donald  Jaffe,   Howard   Balson,   Myron   Weiner,   Herbert  Jacobowitz,   Arnold  Tatar,   Robert  Fisher,   Sheldon   Simborg,  Myron 

Levy,  Jerome  Taylor,  Donald  Kingman,  Warren  Wexler 
Bottom  row:    Arnold  Goldstein,  Corwin  Gross.  Howard  Malkin.  Leonard  Jaffe,  Sheldon  Kronenberg,  Martin  Silverman.  James  Blattner.  Ira  Lurvey,  Jack 

Neymark,  Gerald  Silverstein,  Jerry  Fishman,  Burton  Berman 
Not  in  panel  :     Leslie  Kipnis.  Howard   Liebman.  Allen  Cohen 


Pi  Lambda  Ph 


52   East  Armory 
33  Active  Chapters 


Herbert  Jacobowitz,  arehon;  Myron  Weiner.  marshal;  Robert  Fisher,  rex, 
Arnold  Tatar,  scribe;  Sheldon  Simborg,  keeper  of  the  exchequer 


326 


Peter  Jensen,  treasurer;  Hugh  Dolby,  second  vice  president;  John  Roo- 
ney,  president;  Richard  Lance,  first  vice  president;  Thomas  Sv.anson. 
house  manager 


Psi  Upsilon 


313   East  Armory 
31   Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    John   Schrage,   Thomas  MeCall,   Arthur  Andrew.   Bernard   Quandt.   John   Bandy,   Richard   Fields.   Robert  Maxey,   George   Lamprecht,   William 

Manning,  William   Luthi,   Neil  Sterling,   Douglas  Brown 
Third  row:    Arthur  Molin,   Russell  Scheibel.   Norman  Finley,  Arthur  Koester,  Frederic  Heim,   Russell  Pollitt,  Roy  Mallstrom,  Robert   Fairbanks,   Steven 

Speltz,  John  Hester,  Thomas  Swanson 
Second  row:    Peter  Jensen,  Richard  Carlson,  Hugh  Dolbv,  Richard  Lance,  John  Roonev,  Richard  Underwood,  David  Johnson,  Joseph  Kenston,  William 

Cofel 
Bottom  row:    Charles  Jesse  Davis,   Kenneth   Fairbanks,   James   Fairhead,   Richard   Michalak,   Richard   Rowe.   Richard   Jones.   Henry  Piekarski,   Richard 

Gruble,  Tucker  Nason 
Not  in  panel :    George  Fearheiley,  Norman  Altenholf,  Edward  Luczak 


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Top  row:     William   Moore,   William   Howard,   Vincent   Feigenbutz,    Michael   McCray,   William   Kenneth  Thatcher,   Thomas  Shutter,   Allyn   Webb,   Theodor 

Schreyer,  Travor  Beste,   David  North,  William  Young,  Wayne  Bickes,  Milton  Samson,  William  Johnson,  Raymond  Garlanger,  Douglas  Hill 
Third  row:    Ralph  Campbell,  John  Knutson,   Gerald   Brown,   Gerald   Smith,   Eugene  Maynard,   Robert  Albreeht,   William  Erickson,  John   Heindel,  James 

Glasford,  Frederick  Allen  Kay,  Alan   Davis,  Louis  Fancher,  Glenn  Wright,  Tanner  Davis,  Edward  Kelly,  Thomas  Dye,  Charles  Millard  Countryman, 

Robert  Ran 
Second   row:    Stacey  Siders,  John   Norton,   Patrick  McLaughlin.   David  Traeger,  Jerry  Wack,   William  Goodheart,   Charles  Long,  John  Williams,   Phillip 

Ward,  Charles  Kustner,  Robert  Scherer,  Robert  Barnes,  William  Scott 
Bottom   row:    Thomas  Crays.   Roger  Bie  efeld,   John   Ford,   Frank   Craig,   Henry  Hennis,   William  Nelson,   William   Day,   Joseph  William  Coffey,   Eugene 

Funk,  John  Worrell,  Gordon  Fales,  David  Guard 
Not   in   panel:    Joseph   Gonzalez.   Richard   Cunningham,    Donald   Alblinger,   Jerald  Crickman,   Charles  Miller,   Terry  Dye,   Lester   Brady,   Robert   Enders, 

James  Fink,  Athum  Johnson,  Harold  Stafford,  Kenneth  Freeto 


Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 


211   East  Daniel 
131  Active  Chapters 


Standing:    John  Williams,  treasurer;  William  Goodheart,  vice  president; 

Charles    long,    president;    William    Johnson,    recording    secretary; 

Robert  Barnes,  pledge  trainer 
Seated:    Charles  Kustner,  commissar 


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Sigma  Alpha  Mu 


805  West  Pennsylvania 
48  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Richard  Rosenberg,  Joshua  Pais,  Neil  Bergman.  Arthur  Zimmerman,  Daniel  Rapaport.  Joseph  Siegman,  Raymond  Nisenbaum,  Sheldon  Coburn, 

Ronald  Sabath,  Lee  Adler 
Third  row:    Gordon  Bloomberg,  Edward  Dick,  Alex  Broun,  Jerome  Kalish,  Roy  Smith.  Ronald   Katch,  William  Weiner,  Gary  Smith.   Harvey  Greenstein, 

Julius  Shapiro,  James  Pinski 
Second  row:     Donald  Aaronson,   Marvin   Levenson,   Lewis  Cohen,    Stanley   Goldberg.   Robert   Dick.   Robert   Kiesler.   Joseph   Aronstam.   Arnold   Rottman, 

Lowell  Martin,  Stanley  Slaw.  Lee  Kwatnez 
Bottom  row:    Barry  Janov,  Charles  Silver,  Merton  Silbar,  James  Friend,  Seymour  Mandel,  Sanford   Dvore,  Lawrence  Kauffman,  Sheldon  Kurt/..  Howard 

Hanok 
Not  in  panel:    Jerome  Kiefus,  Howard  Levine,  Marvin  Oxman,  Ronald  Roth 


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Top  row:    Carl  Dilsaver,  Elmer  Plow,  Donald  Manthei,  Eugene  Benner.  Philip  Jenkins,  George  Bennett,  Richard  Kohlhagen,  James  McLaughlin.  Robert 

Cnlbertson.    Dean    VVillmann,   Clarendon   Leo  Johnson.    Benjamin   Farnnm,   William   Fewkes.   Richard  Magee,   William  Dunn,   Byron   Kenneth  West, 

Ralph  Jensen,  Thomas  Dyke,  Frank  Herold.   Hoyt  Mathews 
Third  row:    Walter  Byerly,  Thomas  Goad.  David  Miller,  Robin  Johnston.  John  Leudtke,  Haynes  Hawkins,  John  Bruggen,  Richard  Bostrom,  Paul  Luhrsen, 

Richard  Zimmerman,  Max  Hooper,   David  Martin.  Paul  Barry  MeDermott,  Wayne  Smith,   David  Clark.  John  Greenwood.  Ronald  Meadows,   Richard 

Wright,  Stephen  Smith,  Thomas  Harvey 
Second   row:     William   Anderson,    William    Herriott,   William   Jones.    Charles   Swearingen,   Crane   DeCamp,    Robert   Buley,   Jerry  Kats,    James   Hoffman, 

Donald   Prichard,  Lee  Stark,  Robert  Rempert,   Robert  Thompson,  Dean  Anderson.  Charles  Sheppard,  Dee  Glueck 
Bottom  row:    Emeret  Lindbeck,  Craig  Hart,  John  Greene,  Donald  Bostrom,  John   Davis,  Thomas  Holzbog,  Donald  Kane,  Robert   Barrett.  Samuel  Foster, 

Charles  Seibert,  Arthur  Schmidt,  Phillip  Sharkey,  Richard  Williamson,   Douglas  Smith 
Not  in  panel:    Harold  Dycus,   Richard  Thompson.  Thomas  Hubbard,   Herbert   Neathery 


Sigma  Ch 


410  East  John 

124  Active  Chapters 


Donald   Prichard    treasurer;  Jerry  Kats.   virc  president; 
president;  John  Greenwood,  pledge  trainer 


James  Hoffman. 


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Standing .     Reed    Halliday,    recorder;   George   Kmiotek,    lieutenant   com- 
mander;  Hugh   Dennis  Giertz,   rushing  chairman 
Seated:     Norbert    Kraegel,    treasurer;   Jolin    Rex    Bendigkeit,    commander 


Sigma  Nu 


1009  West  Pennsylvania 
114  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    David  Zoller,  Allan  Murray,  Roger  Kantola.  Herbert  Engdahl.  Robert   Burns.  Allan   Schulz.  John   Sinclair,  George  Nadenik,  John   Szczyudlo, 

Donald  Worden,   Donald  Sponholz,   Robert  Glasner,   Ronald  Raber,   Donald  Westerberg,  Charles  Kasper.   Donald  Honlehan,   William  Bruce  Aufder- 

haar,  Joseph  Casserly 
Third  row:     Kenneth   Lohbaner,  James  Hartman.   Ocie  Trimble,   George  James  Tonrek,   Hugh   Dennis  Giertz,   Ronald  Wittmeyer,   Earl  Theodore  McGee, 

Robert   Poggi.   William  Gratian,   Bruce  S truckman,   Richard   Sturm,   Charles  Reding,   Richard   Pedersen,   Richard  Miller,   Donald   Niemann,   William 

Pierce,  Robert  Clark 
Second  row:    William  Wuerfel,  Donald  Davis,  Carl  Carlson,  Max  Banmgardner,  George  Kmiotek,  John  Rex  Bendigkeit,  Norbert  Kraegel,  Reed  Halliday, 

David  Johnston,  Warren  Holland,  Ronald  Wallace,  William  Cain.  Daniel  Siewert 
Bottom   row:     Ronald   Nylen,   John   Copeland,   John   MacKimm.    Wayne   Gleim,    Charles   Willis,    William   Suter.    Dudley   Buck,   Robert    Ekdahl,    Frederick 

Steffen,  Neil  Murphy.  Kent  Beauchamp.  Warren  Moulds,   David  Overaker,  William  Klink,  George  McKinney 


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Top  row:    Harold  Heisler.  Herbert  Hornischer,  William  Pichon,  Thomas  Muir.  Richard  Reichel,  Edward  Kazuk 
Fourth  row:    Jerald  Conroy,  Edward  Middleton,  Donald  Bailey,  Kenneth  Kopp,  Richard  Wharton.  William  Widugiris 
Third  row:    Raymond  Sieuert,  William  Krebs,  Raymond  Mueller,  Glen  Zieman,  Weldemar  Rawicki,  Lyle  Smith 
Second  row:    Harold  Nero,  Walter  Ruczynski,  Robert  Dufore,  Donald  Pfeuffer,  Delos  Kitioe,  George  Hunt 
Bottom  row:    Robert  Dezelick,  Raymond  Janke,  Robert  Mertens.  George  Coulee,  Robert  Beals 


Sigma  Phi  Delta 


1 103  West  Illinois 
9  Active  Chapters 


Raymond  Janke,  vice  president;  George  Conlee,  business  manager;  Rob- 
ert Mertens,  president:  Robert   Dezelick,  secretary 


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Gerald  Valier,  historian;   Herbert  Thurman,   rushing  chairman 
Bottom    row:     Larry   Larson,    oice   president;   William   Beck,   presilent; 

Alan  Higgins,  comptroller 


Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 


1105  South  Fourth 
116  Active  Chapters 


Top 


row:  Glen  Growe,  Raymond  Rockman,  Frank  Fritsch.  Lionel  Goff,  Robert  Spraetz,  John  Henderson.  Dean  Zaumseil.  Albert  Wendt,  Herbert  Thur- 
man. William  Denk,  Thomas  Bright,  John  DeLaurenti.  Melvin  Weidner,  Caesar  Klaus,  Charles  Runyon 

Third  row:  James  Decker,  William  Green,  Frank  Mezek,  Franklin  Ridgway,  Donald  Bornholdt,  James  Jangarathis,  William  Settlage,  Norville  Ledbetter, 
Richard  Haskins,  Charles  Livingston.  Gerald  Early,  John  Corcoran,  Richard  Barbel,  John  Tyer,  Marvin  Ahr 

Second  row:  Edward  Hendricks,  Robert  McMillen,  George  Wahl,  Richard  Gruitch,  James  Peterson.  George  Hoskinson,  Larry  Larson,  William  Beck,  Alan 
Higgins,  Gerald  Valier,  William  Willcox,  Richard  Tank,  Charles  Zeman,  Donald  Bradshaw.  Ralph  Hanson 

Bottom  row:  Lyman  Goss,  Henry  Moorehouse,  Thomas  Cappellin,  David  Sullivan.  Benjamin  Ziccarelli.  Peter  Galuk.  Gary  Lash.  Peter  Metrik,  Don  Tillot- 
son,  Willard  Alford,  William  Bibo,  Ralph  Kettlekamp,  David  Smith.  Daniel  Rajski 

Not  in  panel:    Richard  McCarthy,  Richard  Rodgers 


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Top  row  :    Norman  Farmer,   Donald  Clark,  Donald  Van  Cura,  Donglas  Reynolds,  William  Graham,  Robert  Grabitz,  John  Mitchell,  Robert  Leonard,  Lyle 

Smith,  Richard  Baum,  Joseph  Pulliam,  Ernst  Brosius 
Third  row:    Rodney  Kuch.  Keitli  Prater,  Robert  Bishop,  Thomas  Rowader,  Charles  Finn,  William  Faude,  Lester  Ness,  Donald  Harris,  Leiby  Hall,  John 

Michel,  Bill  Turner,  David  Pickard,  Stuart  Sherman 
Second  row:    Charles  McGrew,   Roger  DeYoung,   Robert  Cryer,   Bob  Buckles,   Harry  Maynor,  Kenneth  Felderman,  John  Schmidt,  Walker  Patton,  John 

Fanning,  James  Hinkle,  James  Slagle 
Bottom  row:     Robert   Porter,    Kenneth   Mullen,   Robert   Lawrence,   Hugh  Van  Voorst,   Stanley  Felderman,   Eugene   Stouffer,   Harold  Armstrong,   Duane 

Swarts,  David  Nightingale,  Charles  Hamilton 
Not  in  panel :    Leroy  Ruesch,  Donald  Valentine,  Robert  Oie,  Peter  Konneker,  Herbert  Gerecke 


Sigma  Pi 


402  East  Armory 
48  Active  Chapters 


Standing:     Harry   Maynor,    sergeant-at-arms;   Robert   Cryer,   intramural 

manager;  John  Fanning,  treasurer 
Seated:     Walker   Patton,    pledgemaster ;   Kenneth   Felderman,   president ; 

John  Schmidt,  vice  president 


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Standing:  Ira  Hover,  social  chairman;  Ronald  Richmond,  house  mana- 
ger; Albert  Polansky.  quaestor 

Seated:  Melvin  Cohen,  scribe}  Stuart  Greenberger,  consul :  Sehvin  Price, 
vice  consul;  Morris  Sachs,  rushing  chairman 


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1105  South  First 
25  Active  Chapters 


Top  rote:  Ronald  Goldberg,  Morton  Friedman,  Ronald  Lopaty,  Joel  Lanier,  Gordon  Williams.  Lester  Goldsmith,  Norman  Perlmutter,  Kay  Kabaker,  Phil- 
lip Cooper,  Gerald  Kane,  Alan  Loman,  Gerald  Leavitt,  Fred  Ruttenborg,  Herbert  VVaxmi  n,  Miller  Kalom 

Third  row:  Theodore  Ross,  Marvin  Miller,  Richard  Sachs,  Loren  Lyon.  Avrom  I'esmen.  Morton  Aronson.  Earl  Newman,  Norman  Lapping,  Alan  Green, 
Max  Ancel.  Lee  Schoenbrod,  Joel  Robert  Hillman,  (Hen  Bemlield,  Theodore  Davis 

Second  row:  Kenneth  Lopaty,  Joseph  Jacobs.  Ira  Koyer,  Melvin  Cohen,  Sehvin  Price,  Stuart  Greenberger,  Albert  Polansky.  Morris  Sachs.  Ronald  Rich- 
mond. Irving  Bemoras,  Stanley  Martinez,  Ronald  Drell 

Bottom  row:  Roger  Mitchell.  Charles  Coren,  Morton  Goldstein.  Ira  Sachs,  Robert  Steiner,  Martin  P.rody,  Paul  Monka.  Robert  Newman.  David  Inerfeld. 
Robert  Weiss,  Arthur  Volpert 

Not  in  panel :   Robert  Somerfeid,  Seymour  Gautman 


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Top  row:    Donald  Balin,  Sherwin  Strauss,  Jerrol  Harris,  Joel  Meisles.  Theodore  Schelter,  Arnold  Kuminsky,  Edward  Elins.  Seymour  Levin,  Lester  Ades, 

Ronahl  Bennett,  Gerald  Goldman,  Martin  Goldstein.  Allen  Grossman,  Martin  Schulman,  Myron  Cholden 
Third  row:    Robert  Helman.  Jerome  Druth,  Stewart,  Gartner,  Ronald  Karlen,  Arnold  Cohn,  Robert  Jaffee,  Richard  Talman,  Baccy  (iilberg,  Horton  Weis- 

inan,  Howard  Hecht,  Arnold  Rosenthal,  Sylvan  Roth.  Robert  Echt,  Eddie  Randall 
Second  ran-:     Robert   Simon,   Charles  Mallen,   Benjamin   Ruben,   Irwin  Muchman.   Robert   Kaplan,   Eugene  Weiner,   Jordon  Sachs,   Leon  Brottman,  Yale 

Lauter.  Arthur  Leuolf,  Theodore  Goldman 
Bottom   row:     Stuart.   Musick.   Charles   Gliek,   Jay  Balin,   Marshall   Astrin.    Harold   Gluskoter.   Jay   Ellenby.    Bruce   Demar,    Lewis   Worth,   Jerald   Much, 

Sorrell  Stein 
Not  in  panel:    Jerome  Markbreit,   Robert  Lyon,  Richard  Brill,  Eugene  Kikoen,  Irwin  Yarmo,  Sheldon  Baitman,  Norman  Jacobs,  Henry  Gould 


Tau  Epsilon  Ph 


105  East  Armory 
39  Active  Chapters 


Irwin  Muchman,   treasurer;  Eugene  Weiner.  chancellor;  Robert  Ka]>lan, 
vice  chancellor;  Jordon  Sachs,  scribe 


336 


Top  row:    Robert  Hoffman,  pledgemaster ;   Dean  Storey,  historian 
Second  row:    William  Keller,  vice  president;  Robert  DePauw.  chaplain; 

Gene  Thoniasson,  secretary 
Bottom    raw:     Roger   Tompkins,    treasurer;    James   Hanson,    president; 

Robert  Bean,  sergeant-at-arms 


Tau  Kappa  Epsilon 


308  East  Armory 
94  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:     Charles   Brown.   Kenneth   Dubrovin.   Clarence  Alfred   Marshall.   Robert   Graham,   William  O'Day.   Charles  Kronsagen,  James  Davis,   Laurance 

Staples,  George  Moore.  Joseph  Fribley,  Sam  Gillespie,  Lome  Fitts 
Fourth  row:    Charles  Novak,  Arnold  Calvert,   David  Wallace  Enright,  James  Goodwins,  Charles  Luedtke,  Thomas  Fife,  Charles  Boldon.  Rudolph  Siegert, 

James  Hootman,  Malcolm  Graham,  Joseph  Corley,  Gerald  McKay 
Third  row:    John   Sutton,   Kenneth  Sale,  Clarence   DeMoss,   Harold   Steed,   Paul   Postlewaite,  Alfred   Stimpert.  Thomas  Wood,  Theodore  Dorward,  James 

Richard  Swanson,  Jackson  Shockley,  Paul  Lauschke,  Ted  McElhincy 
Second  row:     Kenneth   Darrell   Baxter,   Jack   Kennedy,   Gene  Thoniasson,   William  Keller,   Robert   Bean.  James  Hanson,   Robert  Hoffman,   Dean   Storey, 

Robert  DePauw,  Roger  Tompkins,  Victor  Isaksen,  Arthur  Lisowski 
Bottom  row:     David   Spencer,   Warren   Rowlinson,   Ronald   O'Beirne,   Deane  Biehler,   Frederick   Donald  Naegele,   Leonard  Corzine,   Virgil  Canada,  Alan 

Johnson,  Frank  Keppeler,  Joseph  Musolino 
Not  in  panel:     William   Shewchuk,    Randall   Cox,    Robert    Forsyth.   Charles   Bruckner,    Bert    Ingels.   Charles   Schultz,   James  Wright,   John   Winkelmann, 

William  Shaw,  David  Sander.  Richard  Zilm,  Charles  Irle.  Donald  Netzcl 


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Top  row:    James  Munson,  Robert  Sick,  John   Parson,   David    Heneberry,  Kenneth  Swofford,   Donald   Ernst,  William  Henbest,  John  Bauer,  Charles  Fort, 

Donald  Pearson,  Ronald  Pearce,  Victor  Lynn  Sheldon,  Robert  Plozay,  Paul  McMullen,  Keith  Hunt,  James  Gordon 
Third  row:    William  Pishburn,  Gerald  Dempsey,  John  Mulligan,  Jerry  Sheerin,  Woodruff  Burt,  Donald  Elliott,  Jack  Pettis,  James  Bell,  Ronald  Moeckel, 

Alan  Stacell,  Roger  Roth,  David  Weber,  Harry  Kariher,  Edwin  Wells,  William  McCune 
Second  roir  :    Scherrill  Weichbrodt,  Stanley  Soldner,  Curtiss  Branom,  Joseph  Alaimo,  Harrison  Winter,  Robert  Schoen,  Arthur  Preston,  Richard  Soldner, 

Donald  Bohrer,  Donald  Whitsitt,  Charles  Fidler.  Donald  Heneberry 
Bottom   row:     Mark   Bates,    Kermit   Lindberg,    Sheldon    Bell,   John   Koucky.   Eugene  Hadley,   Bruce  McN'aughton,   John   Lindskold.   James  Ronk,   Gustav 

Voigt,  Donald  Champion,  Harvard  Keefe,  Ronald  Aiken 
No'  in,  panel :    Dean  Hickman,  Louis  Lefke,  John  Maris,  Donald  Peterson 


Theta  Chi 


505   East  Chalmers 
106  Active  Chapters 


Standing:     Robert  Schoen,   vice  president;   Harrison   Winter,   treasurer; 

John  Mulligan,  marshal 
Seated:     Arthur    Preston,    president;   Richard   Soldner,   secretary 


330 


Standing:    Rudolph  Bremser,  president;  Carleton  Piepho,  rushing  cho 

man;  James  McCormack,  pledge  master 
Seated:    Russell  Osmon,  vice  president;  Ronald  Keim,  treasurer 


Theta  Delta  Ch 


901  South  Second 
29  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Ronald  Bowen,  Charles  Henry,  Donald  Simpson,  Richard  Radt,  Carleton  Piepho,  Donald  Newell,  Jerry  Staessens,  Paul  Aney,  George  Florman, 

George  Mason 
Third  row:    Franz  Stang,  Gerald  Lutterman,  Walter  Shaw,  Bennett  Humphrey,  Reginald  Ingrassia,  Richard  Mills,  Richard  Bartunek,  Fred  McDowell, 

Robert  Vagnieres,  Frank  Fiorenza,  Louis  D'Agnolo 
Second  row:    John  Hollister,  Ronald  Keim,  Robert  Juckett,  Russell  Osmon,  Rudolph  Bremser,  Leeds  Bower,  Richard  Martley,  James  McCormack,  Leslie 

Gerard  Swartz 
Bottom  row:    Lawrence  Ginestra,  Donn  Moberg,  Ross  Confer,  Jon  Hunt,  Robert  Boscher,  Robert  Sutton,  Guy  Fiorenza,  Douglas  Auburn 
Noi  in  panel:    Raymond  Golik,  David  Jennings,  James  Lamprccht,  Richard  Morris,  William  Nyland,  James  Winkelman,  Willard  Monsen 


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To,}  row:    Louis  Liddi,  Leon  Issert,  Richard  Baker,  Donald  Jelmek,  Oliver  Schneider,  John  Quirk,   rani  Adesco,  John  Hardgrove,  Donald  Smith,  William 

Oahill,  Paul  Danzer,  Ronald  Zionts,  Frank  Minster 
Second  row:    Fred  Losher,  Thomas  Mizera,  Donald  Potter,  Richard  Meinhard.  Jerome  Keefe,  Rev.  Edward  O'Rourke,  Henry  Marcheschi.  John  Grabowski, 

Edward  Martynowiez,  Kenneth  Haberkorn,  Fredrick  Mobley 
Bottom  row:     Patrick  Gallivan,   Donald   Kaiser.  John  Dennerlein,   William  Cellini,   Preston  LeBreton.  James  Schaefer.   Ronald   Zachary.  John   Donahue, 

John  Ontiveros 


Theta  Kappa  Ph 


1011   South  Sixth 
22  Active  Chapters 


John  Grabowski,  treasurer;  Henry  Marcheschi,  president;  Jerome  Keefe, 
vice  president;  Richard  Meinhard,  secretary 


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Standing:  Frederick  Lindquist,  vice  president;  John  Strout,  corres- 
ponding  secretary;  Ronald  Benedict,  treasurer ;  Daniel  Bleck,  house 
manager 

Seated:  Richard  Mabry,  rushing  chairman;  Ronald  Ferguson,  president; 
Donald  Lichtenberger.  social  chairman 


Theta  Xi 


'jo.",   Fast  Armory 
49  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Albert   Saia,    Richard   Christopher.   Larry   Cross,    William   Dnnhonse,   Thomas  Maier,   James   McNeel,    Leon   Chaparian,   Russell  Welker,  James 

Lovetf,  Karl  Rose.  Charles  Clarke,  Robert.  Trevarthen.  William  Stewart,  James  Jarrell.  Joseph  DeSimini 
Third  rou- :    Henry  Dougherty,  Gerald  Strehlow.  Daniel  Lawler,  Gilbert  Marx,   Elmer  Koestner.   Donald  Higgs,  Giacinto  D'Ercoli,  John  Reichwein,   Paul 

Knaust,  Claudio  Strazzabosco,  Calvin  Kinsley,  John  Urich,  Peter  Malz,  Donald  Pullen 
Second   row:     Arnold    Paolasini,   John    Williams,    James   Monteleone,    Robert  Gabrielli,    Bruce  Anderson.   Frederick   Lindquist,   Ronald   Ferguson,   Ronald 

Benedict,  John  Strout.  James  Green,  Edward  Benesh,  Robert  Holloway 
Bottom  row:    Nick  Boznos,  William  Morrison,  William  Jones.  Hillard  Melcher,  Robert  Moore,  Robert   Pheanis.  Maurice  Garnholz.  Donald  Arnold.  Ronald 

Oilier,  Charles  McBride.  Gerald  Meyers 
Not   in  panel:     Donald    Lichtenberger.    Daniel   Bleck,   James  Cleary.    Edward  Aldridge,   William   Robson.   Alfred   Brosky,   Robert   Klein.   Donald   Cullom, 

William  Campbell    Donald  Anzlemo 


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Top  rote  :    John  Anderson,  Marvin  Carr,  Wilford  Conts,  Richard  Sloan.  Philip  Roth.  Leonard  Cummins,  Robert  Brunke,  Stuart  Boyle.  Robert  Nack 
Second  row:    William  Nickel.  Gordon  Fowler,   Phillip  Lee.  Duane  Loofbonrrow,  Carlos  Garcia-Reyes,  Richard  Kenyon,  Kenneth  Anderson,  Herbert  Olson 
Bottom  row:    Eric  Johnson,  Leonard  Mattson,  Harlan  Schone,  William  Hager,  George  Ratkovic,  Ronald  Swofford,  Harold  Harper,  Richard  Brown,  Rich- 
ard Evanson,  Charles  Weatherford 
Not  in  panel:    Robert  Schrader,  Richard  Tomei,  Roger  Wadsworth,  Robert  Haven,  Bruce  Cook 


Triangle  Fraternity 


112  East  Daniel 
17  Active  Chapters 


Standing:     Richard    Brown,    recording   secretary;   Harlan   Schone,   com- 
missary; Harold  Harper,  corresponding  secretary 

Seated:    George  Ratkovic,  president ;  Ronald  Swofford,  vii'e  president 


342 


Robert   Schnurstein,  president;  Robert   Balzhiser,   nice  president;  Ermin 
Wojcik,  secretary;  Randall  Ward,  treasurer 


Witanshire  Fraternity 


>12   East   Healy 


Top  row:    John  Jachera,  David  Afton,  James  Peterson.  Albert  Klein 

Second  run-:    Edwin  Zyrhowski,  Irwin  Staller,  Harry  Psichogios,  Fred  Hills,  Cleon  Elmore.  Walter  Weddig 

Bottom   roc;    Claries  Jorgensen,   Randall   Ward.   Robert   Balzhiser,  Robert  Schnurstein,   Ermin   Wojcik.  John   Kuller 


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Top  row:    Richard   Unger,   Peter  Aronson,   Myron  Wang,  John  Weil,   Norman  Lefton,   Charles  Semel,  Morris  Sterneck,  Michael  Freeman,  Marshal  Fry, 

James  Taxman,  Harry  Newman,  Benjamin  Borowsky,  Jack  Margolis,  William  Maybrook,  Jerome  Jaffe,  Loren  Pollack,  Gerald  Baron 
Third  row:    Mark  Symons,  James  Straus,  Ronald  Klein,  Barry  Fogelson,  Warren  Menaker,  Charles  Silvers,  William  Zessar,  Colman  Borowsky,  Bernard 

Borman,   Richard   Cohn,    Gregorio  Zolko,   Laurence   Shpiner,   Gus  Friedman,   Robert  Cohen.   Ronald   Levy,   Frank  Jacobs,   Steven  Wolfberg,  Marvin 

Weisbord,  William  Perry 
Second  row:    Laurence  Lerman,  Thomas  Bank,  Phillip  Kaplan,  Alan  Eirinberg,  Leonard  Block,  Norman  Peskind,  Mrs.  Epstein,  Leonard  Smoler,  Lewis 

Handler,  Richard  Anasov,  Donald  Colman,  Stanley  Weinstein,  James  Barnett 
Bottom  row  :    Stanley  Peskind,  Richard  Stiefel,  Robert.  Steuer,  Charles  Rosenthal,  Jacob  Grossman,  W'illiam  Sholem,  Leonard  Bettinger,  David  Peskind, 

Robert  Rosenthal,  Alfred  Kobak,  David  Wolfe,  Richard  Wolf,  Stanton  Freidberg,  Stanford  Glass 
Not  in  panel :    Eugene  Oscherwitz,  Gerald  Gittles,  Mark  Rosenberg 


Zeta  Beta  Tau 


907  South  Fourth 
48  Active  Chapters 


Standing .-    Norman  Peskind.  president;  Leonard  Smoler,  vice  president; 

Alan   Eirinberg,  historian;  Richard  Anasov,  houseman 
Seated:    Lewis  Handler,  treasurer;  Leonard  Block,  secretary 


344 


To/,     row:      Richard     Schweitzer,     president;    Leon     Helms,     treasurer; 

Charles  Cassey,  supreme  cowncit 
Bottom  row:    Richard  Smith,  vice  president;  Theodore  Brickman,  louse 

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Zeta  Psi 


201  East  John 

32   Active  Chapters 


Top  rote:    Morris  Jolly.  Charles  Mitch,  Thomas  Walton,  James  Smith,  Clay  Dormer,  Donald  Lent/..  William  Swartz,  Richard  Kirk.  Charles  Babcock 

Third  row:  Louis  Christensen,  Loren  Mann,  William  Clark  Hiller,  James  Eustiee,  Edward  Bottomley.  David  Ferris.  David  Morse.  Russell  Stackhouse, 
Frederick  Kaempfer 

Second  row:  Scott  Greene.  Charles  Rogers,  George  Searls,  Charles  Cassey,  Richard  Smith,  Richard  Schweitzer,  Leon  Helms,  Theodore  Brickman,  Ray- 
mond Beebe,  Richard  Anderson 

Bottom  row:  Charles  Lindrooth,  John  Shroyer,  Thomas  Cannon,  Ralph  Lanphere.  Ronald  Kraft,  Richard  O'Leary,  Robert  Bradbury,  William  Ahlenius, 
Arthur  Wayne  Stevenson 

Not  in  panel :    Hans  Fischer,  Allen  Livek 


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Top  roir :    Robert  Kunta,  Anton  Pinter,  Walter  Michaelis,  Robert  Horsier 

Thin',  row:    Bruce  Hawkins,  John  DeFries,  Paul  Skogstroin,  Garth  Gobeli,  Donald  Thompson,  Eugene  Porter 

Second  row:    Van  Musgrave,  Raymond  Bauer,  John  Kurzrock,  Marl  in  Betts.  Jimmie  Miner,  Jack  McNeil.  Tomas  Vega 

Bottom  row:    Donald  Hinton,   Charles  Huffman.   Robert.  Wilkinson,  Oscar  Rassmussin.  Mr.  Krueger,  Mrs.  Krueger,  Ronald  Peterson.  Martin  Goldstein, 

Frederick  Pottinger.  Donald  Lockhart 
Not  in  panel:    William  Fibich 


Citadel 


1104  West  Illinois 


Robert  Wilkinson,  treasurer ;  Oscar  Rassmussin.  president;  Ronald  Peter- 
son, vice  president;  Martin  Goldstein,  secretary 


Standing :     Craig    Monson,    social    chairman;    David    Roper,    intramural 

manager;  David  Dickey,  secretary 
Seated:    Frank  Sparks,  vice  president;  James  Bonde,  president;  Robert 

Lange,   treasurer 


Four  Columns 


305   East  John 


Top  row:    Kenneth  Theis,  Richard  Gillison,  Robert  Schmeltzer,  Allen  Joeston,  Russell  Major,  George  Walker.   1'anl  Yadro,  Larry  Rudd    Donald  Routine 

Fifth  row:    Leon  Roszyk,  William  Vogelsang,  Roy  Nisja,  Robert  Jordan.  William  Hamby,  Charles  Francis.  Thomas  Garland 

Fourth  row:    Ronald  Manch,  Robert  Pearson,  Paul  Landen,  John  Dyinond.  Robert  MacArthur.  Farrell  Fox 

Third  row:    Morton  Roekman,  William  Smith,  Peter  Valentino.  Kenneth  Palmer.  Robert  Emmons,  John  Clyde.  Harry  Waight 

Second  row:    James  Siegfried,  Jose  Romero,  Richard  Hnntoon.  Joseph  Shoak,  Clifford  Phillips.  John  Cazel.  Stanley  Bugaieski 

Bottom  row  :    Craig  Monson,  Frank  Sparks,  James  Bonde,  Robert  Lange 

Not  in  panel :    David  Dickey,  Donald  Lee,  Francis  Niekras,  Thomas  Roach.  David  Roper 


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Top   row:     Charles   Rogers.   Robert,   Pringle,   Gordon   Richards.   Robert   Anderson,   Norman   Johnson.   Ernest   LeVon,   Ralph   Davis,   Charles  Knotek,   John 

Oehle±*,  Earl  Carlson.  James  Bueche,  Charles  Swisher.  Raymond  Clark.  Robert  Mattox.  Kenneth  Sundquist,  Robert  Pausch 
Fourth  row:    Robert   Deere.   James   Burdett,   Lonis  Raffcl,   Ira   Berke.   George  Zahrobsky,   Jerry  Weimann,   James   Litvvin,   Alan   Padorr,   Charles  Glass, 

James  King,  Gilbert  Fischer,  Richard  Breaker,  John  Deroche.  Edward  Levin.  John  Lehmann,  Robert  Strough,  Wesley  Stein 
Third  row:    William  DeVore,  Lonis  Carlotti,  Engene  Lersch.  Richard  Cunningham,  Carl  Blattner.  Robert  Novak,  Kenneth  Mortensen,  David  Van  Doren, 

Albert  Albrecht,  William  Jewell.  Vito  Minerva.  John  Mnerle.  Franklin  Pease,  Ronald  Kowalik,  Engene  Sablick,  Albert  Swanson.  Gerald  Shotola 
Second  row:    James  Hoerr,   Arthur   Nauman,   Richard  Pennington.   Clarke  Gauger.   Burton   Grant.   William   Lewis,   Richard   Norsworthy,   James  Jasper, 

Allen  Borring,  Donald  Buehl,  Robert  Adam,  Richard  Lysholm,  Jon  Cromley 
Bottom  row:     James   Miller,    Bradley  Rodman,   Lawrence  Chanoch,   Clair  Strand,   Austin  Fosnough,   Victor  Johnson,   Wesley  Lackey,   Richard   Burright, 

Robert  Strope,  Milo  Illicit,  Wendell  Abern,  Walter  Rehm,  Charles  lianter 
Not  in  panel:    William  Lynch,  Jay  Merritt.  Robert  Oswald.  Fred  Hall.  John  Klafke.  Robert  Leash,  Robert  Mader,  Lee  Mueller,  Jack  Smith.  Earl  Camine, 

Henry  Huchberger,  John  Janka,  Kay  Frank  Mihevc,  William  Miner,  Anthony  Pablicke.  Jerry  Petruska,  Walter  Swanson.  Wayne  Thompson,  Herbert 

Utz,  Thomas  Wood.  Glen  Hill 


Granada  Club 


1004  South  Fourth 


Top  row:  Kenneth  Mortensen,  secretary-treasurer;  David  Van  Doren, 
vice  president;  Cordon  Richards,  .ill  A  representative ;  Vito  Min- 
erva, athletic  director 

Bottom  row:  William  Jewell,  social  chairman;  Albert  Albrecht.  jirexi- 
dint:  Milo  Mich 


348 


Standing:     ■Ihhh".   McCosh,   chaplain;   Edward   Ka.ska.   sergeant-at-arms ; 

Robert  Lutz.  secretary 
S  fated:     Frank    Nelson,    treasurer;    Gordon    Palmer,    president ;    Robert 

Palmgren,  house  manager;  Rudolph  Schattke,  vice  president 


Minawa  Lodge 


212  East  Chalmers 


Top  row:  Roger  Swank,  Richard  Dix,  Earl  Holstege,  Thomas  Powers,  Raymond  Eekman,  Fritz  Wilmer  Larson,  Frederick  Giles,  Charles  Dcamp.  Rich- 
ard Taylor,  Kenneth  Johnson,  Vernon  Jacobson 

Second  row:  Roger  Johnson,  Robert  Lutz,  Robert  Palmgren,  Rudolph  Schattke.  Gordon  Palmer.  Walter  Frank  Nelson,  Edward  Koska.  James  McCosh. 
Kenneth  Nordlof 

Bottom  row:    Kenneth  Stults.  Robert  Fields.   David  Gray.  Donald  Reeves.  Fred  Mayerle,  Randolph  Lund.   David  Wrone,  Gordon   Stockman.  Roger  Allen 

Not  in  panel :    Kay  Meurlott,  Joseph  Devall 


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Unii  Presidents — To/i  row:    Roald  Jaeobsen.  Richard  Sydnor,  James  Stevenson,  John  Gunn,  Paul  Brown.  William  Everds,  Thomas  Pyka.  Robert  Nelson. 

Leo  Prath 
Second   row:    Ronald  Christianson,   John   Stenquist,   William  Munro,   Richard  Stecien,   Samuel  Gukman,   George  Millstein.   Ronald  Hoffman,   Lawrence 

Keller,  Paul  Paroons,  Allan  Lederer 
Bottom   row:     Richard   Scott,   John   Whitman,   Stanley  Munat,   David   Sirp,   Arthur  Golden,   Gottfried  Reitinger,   Richard   Hangren,   Bradley   Wellington, 

Ross  Dahl  Bera,  John  Torrance.  Richard  Craig 


Parade  Ground  Residence  Ass'n 


1261  Euclid 


Executive  Council — Top  run-:  Carroll  Hubble,  sponsor;  Richard  Stepien,  Richard  Scott,  athletic  director:  Arthur  Golden,  Richard  Sydnor.  Roald  Jacob- 
sen.  Ross  Dahlberg,  Richard  Hangren.  disciplinary  chairman 

l'.olU)ir.  row:  Robert  Kaloupek,  vice  president;  Edward  Lynn,  president;  Paul  Parsons,  secretary;  Paul  Brown,  treasurer;  Eugene  Brott,  social  chairman; 
John  Whitman.  John  Stenquist 


350 


Top  row:    James  Tappe,   Robert  Lange,  Jerry  Tulis,  Owen  Ingram,  John   Schultz,   Kan    Kern,  Alan   Strong-,  Robert  Meilier,  John   Boyer.   Lawrence  Haram 
Secont',  row:    Raymond  Henry,  Merle  Audamp,  social  chairman;  George  Birkhahn,  vice  president;  Elmer  Keek.  Mrs.  Brower,  John  Scott,  president;  Ken- 
neth Little,  secretary-treasurer ;  Vincent  Chaffee,  Ernest  Grisham 
Bottom  row:    Engeno  Henry,  Dean  Bernhardt   John  Grill,  Sven  Gafvert,  William  Martin.  Tom  Poklen,  Edward  Runge 
Not  in  panel:    Louis  Lefke.  Richard  Ynnd,  Frank  Hasbrouck 


The  Browery 


1112  West  Oregon 


Calhoun  Hall 


509  East  Chalmers 


Top  row:    Richard  Davis,   Richard   Camp,   Richard  Hall.   Robert   DeLance.  John  Mueller,   William  Collins,   Richard   Rowan,  secretary-treasurer;   Eugene 

Mnzzarelli 
Second  row:    Angelo  Capua,  social  chairman;  Roger  Benson.  Robert  Evans,  president:  Richard  Rogich.   vice  president:  Francis  Vosburgh,  John  Palmer, 

Herbert  Shayman 
Bottom  row  :    Dwight  Ringhausen,  Robert  Stevens,  Lawrence  Lantero,  John  Purcell.  Richard  Henderson,  Richard  Kenna 


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Top  row:    l'aul  Quillman,  John  Weaver,  Robert.  Turner.  John  Ratfaelle,  Charles  Davis,  Kent  Davis,  Robert  Waltz,  Raymond  Erkman,  Nick  Stackniak 
Third  row:    John  Hayward,  Roger  Swank,  Richard  Harning.  Thomas  Lund,  Richard  Burge,  Eugene  Selven,  Louis  Berolatti 

Second  row:    Garland  Lacey,  Gaylord  Spotts,  William  Reinert,  Walter  Dieckamp,  Robert  Zukowski,  Vernon  Bogner,  James  Jackson,  George  Von  Lanken 
Bottom  row:     Richard   Klammer,   Alexander  Jacks,   Burton   Chorpash,  Micheal  Monaco.   Daniel  Motyka,   Franklin  Kuo,  secretary;  Wayne  Spink.s.  nodal 
chairman;  Charles  Rizer,  president 


College  Hall 


311   East  Green 


Colonial  Arms 


1108  West  Stoughton 


Tup  row:    Ronald  Brunner,  Roland  Gustafson,  Gerald  Kinroth,  Daniel  Hare.  Roberl  Cross 

Second  row:     Darrell  Wiley,  secretary-treasurer;   Norman  Sleight,  vice  president,  social  chairman;  Stuart  Scott,  president;  Gerald  Tollefsrud 

nullum  ruir :    Robert  Morris.  David  Means.  James  Anderson,  linger  Hausvick 

Not  in  panel:    Charles  Reinthaler 


Top  row:    Robert  Eckels,  Ronald  Greve,  Melvin  Zois.s.  William  Farnsworth.  Donald  Goff.  Richard  Zolazny,  William  Smith 
Third  row:    William  Duncan,  Donald  Wruck,  Robert  Novak,  Robert  Bristol,  Robert  Paul,  Harold  Fox 

Second  row:    William  Frerking,  Richard  West,  Norbert  Patterson.  Norman  Patterson.  John  Hendricks.  Kenry  Hay,  Philip  Mueller.  Naii  Elseaidi 
Bottom  row:    Wayne  Rhoades,  Robert  Fosnaugh,  aortal  chairman;  Bruce  Bastian,  secretary-treasurer;  Gerald  Fox.  president;  Edwin  Ely,  Richard  Mor- 
ville,  Kent  Tracy,  vice  president;  Lee  Wilson,  social  chairman 


Colonial  Manoi 


305  East  Green 


Dornoch 


1109  South  Fourth 


Top  row:    Stephen  Schubert.  Sidney  Stutz.  William  Welch.  William  Thoi 

Hoyt.  Donald  Brace 
Bottom  row:    Robert  Rankin.  Donald  Turner,  Harry  Pikaar,  David  Miley.  Bru 

chairman;  Kenneth  Shanklin,  Richard  Coffelt,  John  McEwen 
Not  in.  panel:    Delmar  Gdttschalk,  secretary-treasurer 


David   Fonseea,  John  Jones,  Edwin  Wolfer,  Roger  Bailey.  Richard  Ey,  John 
Peeke,  vice  president;  Donald  I'.aird.  president;  Robert  Goben.  social 


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Top  roir:  Richard  Stivers.  Paul  Leschuck,  John  Sime,  William  Bailey,  Victor  Berthene,  Patrick  Orean 
Fourth  row:  Lawrence  O'Brien,  Charles  Omarzu,  Francis  Bollenback,  William  Brown,  Rojier  Hudrlik 
Third  roiv  :  William  McCain,  William  Beam,  James  Benson,  Joseph  Heis,  Ralph  Fishman.  Jerry  Caress 
Second  row  :    Willard  Howe,  Alpha  Tebbetts,  Robert.  Babcock,  Leroy  Sims,  David  Crawford,  Joseph  Sciandrone 

Bottom  roic:    James  Swift,  George  Nero,  treasurer;  George  Haack,  social  chairman;  Gordon  Johnson,  president;  Herbert  Iverson.  vice  president;  Herbert 
Marable,  secretary ;  Barclay  Brantingham 


Fireside 


210  East  John 


Car-Men 


409  East  Green 


Top  row:    Robert  Peters,   Neil   Perington,   Lyle  Wacaser,   William  Doepp,   vice  president;  Robert  Adams,  Donald  Stoetzel,   Norman  Flagg,  Gerald  Rhoden 
Second  row:     Herbert  Bielawa,   Donald  Lee.  Duane  Orion.  George  Znurbier.  president;  Richard  Cook,  Donald  Walker,  Robert   Posl 
Bottom  row  •    Ralph  Swett,  Duane  Tesdall,  Rodney  Roberts,  secretary-treasurer ;  Frank  Bielawa,  Charles  Albright,  George  Wells 
Not,  in.  /iiiiicl  :    Alexander  Beresniewicz,  Donald  Strombeck 


Top  row :   Melvyn  Amrine,  Glenn  Ott,  Jerry  Evans,  Roger  Arnold,  John  Bardos,  Samuel  Satterthwaite 

Second  row:    Waldo  Donatio,  Robert  Schaefer,  John  Brodbeck,  Duane  Moberg,  Richard  Schiltz,  Dwight  Moberg,  Donald  Anderson 

Bottom  row:    Donald  Sweet,  secretary-treasurer;  Henry  Hite,  Dale  Dieiner.  Wayne  Hill,  vice  president;  Richard  McGuire,  president;  Clifford  Harkness, 

social  chairman;  Robert  Bucksat 
Not,  in  panel :    David  Buland,  Paul  Doebel,  Richard  Hoffarth 


Graham  Lodge 


204  South  Goodwin 


i-Dell 


706  South  Goodwin 


Top  row:     Howard  Walker,   Emanuel  Melichar,  Wendell  Cleaver,  Frank  Thorp,   Donald  Griffith,  social  chairman;  Robert  Heberer.  William  Honore 
Third,  row  :    Paul  Quinn,  Gordon  Schnepper,  Roger  Quinn,  Douglas  Marti,  Richard  Vial.  James  Meyer 

Second  row:    Eldon  Greenwood,  vice  president;  John  Burkhart.  Raymond  Bouas,  president;  Bobbie  Weiss.  William  Gossett,  Richard  Bell 
Bottom  row  :    Norman  Shreffler,  .lames  Gill,  David  Cole,  Keith  Haning,  Gale  Cole.  Donald  Adkisson,  treasurer 

Not  in  panel:    Donald  Shreffler.  secretary 


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Top  ran::    Richard  Bray,  Gene  Hawkins,  Donald  McClute,  Kenneth  Duckwitz,  Robert  Campbell,  Daniel  Ward  Brady,  Allen  Vornsand,  Chui  Liu 

Second  row:    James  Kneller.   Virgil  Sutton,  Owen  Flowers,   Lewis  Bradford  Robinson.  Robert  Gebhart.  Howard  O'Neal.  Richard  Brown,  Richard  Kurz, 

William  Rusnak.  Mills  Kneller 
Bottom  row  :    John  Yassen.  treasurer;  Ellis  Schmidt,  social  chairman  :  Robert  Largent,  Donald  Smitley,  vice  president;  Kent  McDaniel,  president;  Richard 

Henderson,  secretary ;  Donald  Neumann.  William  Novak.  Smart  Devore 


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322   Illini   Union 


Koi 


noma 


409   East    Daniel 


Top  row:    Emerson  Hilker.  Zeno  Kopecky,  John  Hurley,  Albert  Fnson.  Francis  Morse 

Third  coir.    Wayne  Mills.  Daniel  Herbert,  James  Pankratz,  Richard  Sloan,  Arthur  Michalek,  Toshio  Tsu/.uki.  Richard  Day 

Strand  ran::    Clarence  Beatty,  William  Curtiss,  Jack  Davison,  Harvey  Wright,  David  Weaver.  Gordon  Turnbnll.  Claude  Land,  Gerald  Ross,  Gordon  Hines, 

Guy  Puecio,  Ronald  Lingwall 
Bottom  row:    Eldon  Bourassa,  Robert  Hume,  social  chairman;  George  Fox,  Robert  Kinser,  vice  president;  Earl  Sloan,  president;  Edward  Sutoris,  treas- 
urer; James  Scherer,  Rudi  Faiss,  Dennis  Williams,  secretary 
Not  in  panel:    Lloyd  Scott 


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Top  row :    Dean   Hopkins.   Elwin  Johnson.   Lawrence  Gregory,  Ronald  Howard.  Ronald  Hartinan.  Dale  Gieseking,   Donald  Muehling 
Bottom  row:    Ross  Poppenpohl,  Marlyn  Gieseking,  president;  Donald  Buhrmester,  secretary;  Stanley  Webb,  vice  president;  Robert  Cowan 
Not  in  panel:    Alan  McLaughlin 


Lookout  Manor 


903  West  Green 


The  Mansion 


410  East  Green 


Top  row:  Guillermo  I'erdonio,  Ernest  Simon.  Eugene  Dann,  Ronald  Manrer,  William  Langas,  Harold  Gabby,  Al  Melville,  August  Swanson,  Harlan  Hett- 
mansberger,  Philip  Mathisen.  Thomas  Fitch 

Tliird  row:  Donald  Mielke,  Charles  Miller,  Glen  Sieben.  Kenneth  Prescher,  Jerry  Giesler.  Edward  Gloppen,  Richard  Tracy.  Howard  Wright.  Torn  Fujii, 
Lawrence  Schiller,  Ronald  Crane 

Second  row:  Henry  Burke,  James  Lubin,  Jack  Murray,  treasurer;  Charles  Beilfuss,  vice  president;  John  Trares,  secretary;  Rudolf  Frasca,  social  chair- 
man :  Carl  Eschman,  Burl  Baker.  Carl  Holt'ee.  James  Leach 

Bottom  row:    Alberto  Montanes.  Kenneth  Mietz.   Lloyd  Austin,  Charles  Lifschultz.  Edward  Anderson.  Jose  Florez.  Lowell  Getz.  Thomas  Watts 

Xo!  in  panel:    Richard  Albers,  James  Burger,  Roy  Christmann.  president;  Donald  Edson,  David  Jewell,  Martin  Ruch 


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Thomas  Jones,  Marion  Bliler,  Avron  Magram. 


Top  row:    Paul  Johnson,  Donald  McClanahan,  Donald  Galitz,  J< 

John  William  Robinson,  Robert  Biester,  William  Thompson 
Third,   row:     Ralph    Whitsitt,   James  Schuehler,   Iver  Nelson.   Richard   Olson,   Jerome  Rosenthal,   Richard  Dysart,   James   I'etzold,   Robert  Lofgren,   Doyle 

Wilhite,   Chester  Volley.   John   Forhetz 
Second  row:    Robert  Chandler,  James  Mcintosh,  Robert  Redfeam,  social  chairman;  Byron  Eddy,  treasurer;  John  Fortman,  president;  Mrs.  Stone,  Gerald 

Hirsch,  vice  president;  Joseph  Rezny,  secretary ;  Donald  Rehner.  Arden  Weatherly,  Robert  Jamieson,  George  Buenger 
Bottom  row:    Howard  Springer,  Leonard  Kaplan,  Richard  Lower.  Frank  Wambach,  Wayne  Grnhen.  Claude  Alexander.  Joseph  Yasutake.  Richard  Pople, 

Roy  Stuart,  Dale  Griffith 
Xot  in  panel :    Jerry  Cristy,  Howard  Levey.  Ronald  Kanip.  Herbert  McBride 


Medea  Lodge 


412  East  Green 


Moore  Hall 


1112   West  California 


Top  rote:    Albert  Wiegand,  Gerald  Anderson,  John  Kearins,  David  Stutsman,  Clayton  Fox.  Rovle  James  Heyl.  Donald  Kimberlin,  Siegfried  Engelmann 
Second  row:     Joseph  Moran.   Donald  McLean,   Richard  Roland,   Fred   Dickinson.  Thomas  Flattery.   Lloyd  Engelbrecht,  Joseph  Bartoletti,  James  Fuhrman, 

William  Clark 
Bottom   row:     William  Flemming,   Keith  Mattern,   Louis  Dickinson,   treasurer ;   David    Mann,  secretary;   Dale  Schneider,   president ;   Frederic   Reitz,   vice 

president;  Teddy  Ross,  Richard  Lawless,  Loren  Shaw 
Noi  in  panel :    James  Staff,  Lawrence  Rolaff 


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Executive  Council — Top  rote:    Richard  Finamore,  president,  South.  Dorm;  Saul  Libman,  presiden 

House;  Henry  McGowan,  president,  North  Dorm;  Raymond  Raufeisen,  president,  Flagg  Hon 

aid  Schindel,  president,  Clark  House;  Gerald  Reese,  scholastic  chairman,  MEI1A 
Second  row:    Harry  Cole,  social  chairman,  MRU  A;  Morton  Wax,  secretary,  MRU  A;  Edward  Robinson 

MRHA;  Berle  Schwartz,  treasurer,  MRU  A  ;  Harvey  Kass,  athletic  chairman,  MRHA 
Bottom  row:    Myron  Miller,  president,  Second  Floor,  Addition  One;  Barry  Zwick,  president.  First  Floor,  Addition  It 

Floor,  Addition  One;  Paul  Schwarz,  activities  chairman,  MRHA 
Mot  in  panel :    Steven  Chechopoulos,  president.  Fourth  Floor,  Addition  One 


Lundiiren   House;  Richard   Konicek.  president.  Noble 
;  William  Winterholf,  president .  Barton  House;   Don- 


MRHA;  John  Martin,  vice  president, 
te ;  YVilburn  Norman,  president .  Third 


Men's  Residence  Hall  Association 


Addition  One,  M-  R.  H. 


First  Floor — Top  row:    Stuart  Kreisman,  Charles  Davis,  David  Heinz,  Rnssel  Code,  Richard  Donohue,  Howard   Berg,  Donald  Geldean,   James  Hamilton 
Second  row:    Arthur  Jacobson,  Alden  Colin,   Elwood  Howell,  Carl  Calm,  Ronald  Campbell,  John  Barnes,  George  Frey,  Daniel  Anderson,  Arthur  Anderson 
Bottom  row:    Frank  Thomas  Zukley,  Kenneth  Nerius.  vice  president ;  Robert  Johnston,  Theodore  Poehlmann,  Norman  Crismyre,  William  Schreiber.  Barry 

Zwick,  president ;  Donald  Denby,  Charles  Hightower,  treasurer;  Donald  Kr/.yz.ak,  Gerald  Ainsworth 
Not  in  panel:  Stephen  Allfree.  Richard  Anerswald.  Alvin  Belsley,  Frans  Fryksdale,  Robert  Brodt,  David  Brown,  Robert  Butow,  Richard  Falck.  Sheldon 
Cohen,  Donald  Clauson,  Larry  Colborn,  Richard  Couch,  Richard  Cullom,  Kenneth  Cummings,  James  Davis.  Paul  Feldman.  Richard  Field.  Robert 
Schmidt,  James  Foreman.  Harry  Brandt,  Leonard  Golden,  Norman  Goldman,  Ronald  Green,  Leon  Harrast,  Alan  Helverson,  Richard  Herman,  Rich- 
ard Hocking,  athletic  chairman;  George  Ikeuehi,  Tracy  Johntz,  David  Jones,  secretary;  Donald  Taylor,  John  Kirages,  Donald  Koenig,  Martin  Koracs, 
Leonard  Kozlov,  Norman  Kraus,  Richard  Lippert 


Second  Floor — Top  row:    Don  Morris,  Floyd  Greiner,  Gary  Lowe,  Donald  Wagner,   Robert  Olsen,  William  Miller,  George  Parrott,  Edward  Schrowang, 

Daniel  Yavorsky,  Richard  Vierling,  Robert  Pike,  John  Brady,  Marvin  Van  Gelder,  Leland  Walker 
Third  row:     Paul  Quintan,   Ernest  Weis,  Joe  Perjak.   Burr  Lloyd,   Elmer  Turow,   Donald   Reichel,   Dieter  Rodrian,   Richard  Mazura,  Robert  Seiler.  Karl 

Whisenand,  Ronald  Garofalo,  Gary  Wright,  Robert  Owens,  Frank  Perry,  Delbert  Tudor 
Second  row:    David  Thomas,  vice  president;  Lester  Stoll,  co-social  chairman  ;  Toussaint  Toole,  activities  chairman;  Alan  Shumacher,  .scholastic  chairman  : 

Myron   Miller,   president;   Byron   Staffeld.  counselor;  Wayne  Stern,  athletic  chairman  ;  Ronald  Schoeberle,  .secretary ;  Harold  Warner,  treasurer;  Dil- 

lard  Martin.  James  Pulliam,  Algird  Yodikis 
Bottom  row:    Seymour  Narofsky,  George  Patka,  Ronald  Schreiber,  Robert  Barinek,  Wesley  Walters.  Thomas  Vainer,  Karl  Miller,  Dominic  Vitucci,  Rich- 
ard Van  Etten,  Donald  Schneider 
Not  in  panel:    Paul  Magnuson,  Morton  Malitz,  Jerry  McDonald,  Ronald  Meindl.  William  Mekaelain,  Herbert   Minkus,  co-social  chairman;  John  Murdork, 

Robert  Newman,  Jerome  Orbach,  Donald  Peara.  David  Porter,  John  Rimkus.  Charles  Rogers,  Eugene  Schreiber,  Arno  Schreifer,  John  Smilie.  Robert 

Smith,  Ronald  Starkweather,  William  Tober.  Donald  Williams,  Ernest  Wolansky,  Morris  Wolfe,  John  Woods 


Addition  One,  M.  R-  H. 


Third  Floor — Top  row:    Faozy  Tenn,  John   Melvin,  Alvin   Nagelberg,  Ted  Leth,  Robert  Lahendro,  John   Schneider,  Richard  Luth,   Stephen  Jensen.  John 

Kane,  Rembert  Alley.  Robert  Schaff,  Glenn  MacNerland.  George  Gunder,  Samuel  Winett 
Third  row:    Wayne  Combs.  Philip  Lembo,  John  Heaton,  Terry  Funkhouser,  Hartley  Grundstrom,  John  Winston,  Myron  Grodsky,  Albert  Wendahl.  John 

Boyes,  Donald  Eauslin,  Thomas  Etchison,  Herald  Pomatto 
Second  row:    Robert  Hightower,  Raymond  Lorenz,  secretary;  William  Warner,  activities  chairman;  Irwin  Zucker,  scholastic  chairman;  Harry  Nadwidney, 

vice  president;    William   Brooks,   treasurer;   Ralph  Glenn,   counselor;   Wilburn    Norman,   president;   Denis  Jackson,  social  chairman;  Richard  Hague, 

athletic  chairman;  Richard  Clancy,  Rex  Berry 
Bottom  run:    Robert.  Caton,  Murray  Sniidi.  Ronald  Graeff,  James  Van  Bosch.  Donald  Staiton,  Edgar  Baez,  Ambrose  Feldhake.  Marshall  Herman,  Thomas 

Bruginan.  Larry  Borgo,  Earl  Rubin 


fourth  Floor — Top  row :  Robert  Sinkus,  Claude  Hime.  Gerritt  Srhuit.  .lames  Speck,  Charles  Neander,  John  Gott,  Allan  Bluestone,  Robert  Grendel,  Robert 
Salberg,  Donald  Findlay.  Clarence  Smith,  Robert  Anderson 

Second  row:  George  Fukuda,  Ronald  Roiner,  Raymond  Ebbert,  Ronald  Papenek,  Joseph  Gende,  secretary;  Robert  Baluka,  John  Smith.  Jimmy  Gray, 
David  Brost,  Elliott  Fein 

Bottom  row:  Gary  Peek,  Roy  Anderson,  Franklin  Gurney,  treasurer;  Donald  ('aril,  vice  president-;  Steve  Chechopoulos,  president;  Dwight  MeKabney, 
John  Gray,  William  Lindenberg,  Gordon  Ortlep,  Richard  Heath,  Robert  Morita 

Not  in  panel:  Robert  Behling,  Donald  Hesse,  Robert  Enrich,  Raymond  Twery,  Arthur  Floyd,  Arthur  Fiebing.  John  Mathews.  James  Sullivan.  .lames 
Sheffield,  Gerald  Newswander,  Jordan  Bonfante,  Robert  Forney,  Dennis  Vorban.  Robert  Foisy,  Jack  Nelson.  James  Kavanagh.  Robert  Barron.  Charles 
Haugh,  Michael  Dalfonso,  Peter  Watts,  Ray  Weisenbnrger.  Stuart  Jaffe,  Bruce  Peterson.  Harvey  Glasser,  Richard  Hallendorff.  Ernest  Shell,  social 
chairman;  Gary  Hollatz,  Richard  Jackson,  John  Gates,  Walter  Marshall  Jones,  activities  chairman;   Paul  Sprehe,  Richard  Coleman,  John  Bosso 


Addition  One,  M.  R.  H. 
Barton  House,  M.  R.  H. 


1215   South  Fourth 


Top   row:     Roland  Westerlund.    Louis  Schlisefeld,    Richard    Dvorak,    Howard    Dutzi,    Norman    Sturm.    Edward   Groebe,   Julius  Hinder,   Richard   Witt,    Paul 

Regorsi,   Donald   Hoeck,  Robert  Berryhill,  John  Tisevich.  Joel  Kan.inski,   Deliuar  Lynn.  Richard  Donatoni.  Henry  Beckmann,   Robert  Schwartz,  John 

Klacka,  Byron  Thorpe 
Third   row :     James  Niss,   John   Fisher,    Norman    Dean,    Leslie  Simon,   John    Hojem,    Daniel   Miller.   Robert   Groemling.    Robert   Rurka,   Allan   Stern,   Marvin 

Greene.  Barry  Cole.  John  Clark.  Robert  Olson,  Stanley  Placzek,  Lyle  Lcwinson,  David  Daleiden,  Eugene  Yalowitz,  Mon  Ltim 
Second  row  :    Roland  Clement,  Frederick  Johnson,  Donald   Loiben,  Richard  Benes.  John  Mlade.  Kenneth  Jensen,  social  chairman  :  Stephen  Klein,  treasurer; 

Robert  Corley,  counselor;   William  Wintei-hoff.  president:  William  Mebes,   vice  president;   Donald  McCurry.  athletic  chairman:  Gerald  Elovitz,  Ronald 

Chaseii.  Rudolph  Marovec,  Marvin  Gottlieb 
Bottom   row:     John   Clemens,   Leslie  Simon,   Harris  Goldstein,   Fred   Schneider.   Boris  Rapport,    Michael  Schurman.   Leroy  Frank   Davidson.   Howard  Holz- 

man,  Berle  Schwartz,  David  Hefter,  Gordon  Maxson 
\ol   in  panel:    Alvin   Bush,  .lames  Cox.   Morris  Woloshin,  Edwin   Birkhimer.  Norman   Hedish,  Richard  Norris.  Robert   Whiteman,  Gordon  Millner,  William 

Day,    Leslie  Sandlow.  Albert   Rosanes.   Stanley  Socol,   Max  Lorig,  Sam  Cherry,  Robert   Goldberg,  Clarence   Feieresiel,  Terrance  Mitchell 


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Top    row:     Harvey   Kass,    Howard    Littig,    Leonard    Bihling,   Max   Light,   Earl    Hamburger,    Donald    Esarove,   Robert    Stephan,   Myron    Grossman,   Sorre.ll 

Lapins 
Third  row:    Herbert  Kuehne,  Robert  Leonhardt.  Jerome  Grossman,  John  Henneman,  George  Smith,  Robert  Pasik,  Edward  Yalowitz,  Laurence  Friedman, 

Paul  Slivnick 
Second  row:    Walter  Karat/.,  vice  president;  Gilbert  Gray,  Robert  Mickey,  Robert  Stedronsky.  social  chairman,  Louis  Zboran,  athletic  chairman,  Sherwood 

Parker,  Joel  Dain,  Stuart  Miller,  Albert  Cross,  head  counselor,  Donald  Schindel,  president 
Bottom  row:    Richard  Somerville,  Ernie  Rubenstein,  Marvin  Klein,  Philip  Rosenfield,  Sander  Postal.  Robert  Chambers,  Karl  Berolzheimer.  secretary 
Not  in  panel:    Joseph  Bernik,  Frank  Beueherie,  Lewis  Bodecker,  Chris  Bohn.  Alfred  Dalnick,  Herbert  Goldman,  Richard  Engle,  Salvatore  Gualtieri,  Jerry 

Hall,  John   Heller,  Robert  Ivers,  John  Kemp,  Samuel  Kessler,  treasurer :  Oscar  Kriegman,  Robert  Kuhn,  Frank  Kweder,  Arnold  Landsman,  Stanley 

Lederman.   Joseph   Lebnock,   John   Martin,   Jerome  Meister.   George  Mobille,   Bruce   Neighbor.    Peter   Ng,   Arthur   Paullin,   Corliss   Phillabaum,   Louis 

Rosen,   Ernest  Rubinstein,   Richard  Sawislak,   Lawrence  Schectman,  Jerome  Shalon.  Norman  Share.  Joseph  Sholtz.  Joseph  Streicher,  George  Stalck, 

Alfred  Thompson,  William  Taber,  Jack  Trummel,  Leroy  Vatava,  Algar  Wiseman 


Clark  House,  M.  R.  H. 


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Flagg  House,  M.  R.  H. 


121.)  South  Fourth 


Top  row:  Stanley  Arden,  James  Sandstrom,  James  Hinkle,  William  Zukleyt  Dan  Tom  Bourbulas,  Robert  Anovitz,  Robert  Migatz,  activities  chairman; 
Meyer  Wiesel 

Second  row:  John  White.  Gordon  Gillette,  Edwin  Perlman.  scholastic  chairman  ;  Stanley  \\  ojeik,  Robert  Nichols.  Charles  Sengstock.  Eugene  Eckebrecht. 
John  Dassios,  Henry  Emolo 

Bottom  rinr  :  George  Richards,  treasurer;  Joseph  l'.litt,  secretary;  George  Bijjani,  Raymond  Raufeisen,  president:  George  Van  Emden.  rice  president: 
Robert.  Simoiids.  James  Knudstad,  August  Pocius,  Carl  Killers 

Xot  in  panel:  Robert  Adelsperger,  Vernon  Albright,  Bert  Anschel,  Robert  Bales.  Donald  Bikn,  Chris  Bohn.  Elwin  Branz,  Robert  Bowman,  Robert  Carl. 
Russell  Coopersmith,  Robert  Dallek.  David  Dennen,  William  Finlay,  John  Gibson.  Gordon  Gillette,  Louis  Glickman,  Donald  Goldberg,  Gordon  Guroff, 
Samuel  Gutierrez,  Ewald  Hoppe,  John  Huminell.  Carl  Johnsen,  Steve  Kolar.  Ned  Kohn,  George  Larsen,  John  Laslo,  Duane  Latta,  Daniel  Lezak, 
Joseph  Lusco,  George  Messenger,  Bruce  Micari,  Earl  Moses,  Robert  Neiman,  Leonard  Newman,  James  Paddor,  Nick  Pamel,  Kenneth  Paull,  George 
Peabody,  Gerald  Petaeque,  Daniel  Raden,  Howard  Remus.  Arthur  Reynolds,  Irving  Smith,  Robert  Stem,  Paul  Suzuki.  Charles  Terry.  Philip  Urso, 
William  Vitous,  Norman  Werner.  Leslie  Wiener,  Jerome  Wolf,  Frank  /id 


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Top  row:    Edwin  Kerr,  John   Barker,   Bruce  Schildt,   Irwin   Schneider,  Michael  Leviton,  John  Westby,  William  Turner.  Robert  Zarbock,  William  Brown, 

Sherwin  Mizell,  Ernest  Wilhelm,  Ralph  Wendland,  Melvyn  Goldsmith,  Martin  Rappeport,  Richard  Gunther 
Third  row:    Norman   Edelstein,  John  Woythal,   Robert  Mikitka,  James  Sotirakos,  Warren  Anderson.  Patrick  Sollo,  John  Suedel,  Arthur  Gensior,  Charles 

Kassel,  Arthur  Frank.  Howard  Gordon,  Norman  Greisman,  Walter  Stanke,  Edward  Ross 
Second  row:    Robert  Herst,  Allen  Spirtas,  Harold  Strauss.  Alvin  Ostrin.  social  chairman  ;  Sidney  Mandell,  vice  president;  Saul  Lihman.  president;  Burton 

Vlay,  treasurer;  Joseph  Taback,  athletic  chairman  :  James  Erkman,  activities  chairman;  Richard  Kujak.  scholastic  chairman;  Raymond  Wojcieszak, 

Filon  Gadecki,  Robert  Dorfman 
Bottom  row:     Charley  Gross,   Gerald    Davis.   Fred   Cook,   Kenneth    Bushe,   James   Nagel,    Martin    Leance,    .Morton    Wax.   George   Zezoff,  Jay  Field.   Gerald 

Reese,  Richard  Stallman,  Merle  Mizell.  counselor 
No'  in  panel:     Charles  Aikinan,   Robert   Anstadt,  George  Bonk,   Bennie  Carpenter,  Andrew  Cro/.ier.   Ronald   Dirsmith,   Dale  Fischer,  Milton   Frenkel.  Arne 

Goranson,   Dan  Grimsich,   William  Gruber,   Leroy  Hener,  secretary;  Thomas  Hooker,   Robert    [tashiki,   Frank  Jacobs,  Adam  Jaworski,  James  Jensen. 

Robert  Josepher,   Daniel  Karlin,  Kenneth  Keats,  Joseph  Kourakis,  William   Kramer,  Lawrence  Liang,  Norman   Latker,  Arnold   Leib,  Thomas  Madden, 

Richard  Marlin,  Michael  Michalchik,   Edwin  Murphy,   Ervin   Pelichoff,  John  Rener,  John   Schitzius,  Robert  Schuman,  Richard  Tarizzo,  Harold  Tejes, 

John  Tomczyk,  Lowell  Woodstock,  Armand  Zaleon 

Lundgren  House,  M.  R.  H.  ^..     


Noble  House,  M.  R.  H. 


1215  South  Fourth 


Top  row:  Richard  Laner,  Emil  Wolf,  Richard  Fiala,  Edward  Robinson,  Richard  Begalka.  Denis  I'.obka.  Don  Hartmann,  Warren  Cuplin,  Thomas  Zawacki, 
James  Peterson,  Ronald  Cronwell,   Burl  Covan,  Ralph  Basse.  Robert  Malec,  David  Mann,  Robert  Boeder,  John  Hugh,  Robert  Miller,  Ronald  Lange 

Third  row:  Robert  Lang,  Robert  Zahrobsky.  Frank  Battuello,  Maurice  Sabath,  Robert  Camp,  Robert  Shaw.  Howard  Kahn.  William  Yario.  Dennis  France. 
James  Ruzicka,  Norman  Kraus,   Robert  Carper,  Sheldon  Bernsen,  Donald  McMasters.  Howard  Leftwich,  Franklin  Heurich 

Second  row:  William  Ujiiye,  Richard  Cole,  John  McCabe,  Panl  Schwarz,  John  Logan.  Howard  Jaffe.  athletic  chairman  :  Albert  Steffens,  activities  chair- 
man; Charles  Mahn,  treasurer  ,■  Richard  Konicek,  president;  Robert  Sklare,  vice  president;  Harry  ISrinkman.  social  chairman  :  Richard  Romano. 
scholastic  chairman;  Jerome  Fireman.  Seymour  Regal,  Roger  Beckett 

Bottom  row:  Thad  Kowalski,  Herbert  Maraat,  Allan  Lieb,  William  Jerry  Bell,  Craig  Wood.  Emil  Knbalek.  Howard  Weinstein.  Jordan  Katz,  Jerry  Gold, 
William  Lewis,  Edwin  Koziol,  Ronald  Appel 

Not  in  panel :  Ralph  Hines.  counselor ;  James  Lassen,  Edward  Ross,  Irwin  Andrews.  Donald  Dickerson,  Jack  Cumbow,  Scott  Thompson,  James  Euzicka, 
Harold  Nettleship,  Melvin  Mendralski.  Gerald  Fricker,  Donald  Schaffer,  Harvey  Locker.  Horn  Chen.  James  Stanley,  James  Yasey,  Edwin  Keyse. 
Howard  Gordon,  Mark  Zeal 


"Sir,  *-'Jitf 


Top  row:    James  Oster,  Richard  Sehaumberger,  Donald  Sehaumberger,  David  Hucker,  Kenneth  Lehner,  Marshall  Harris.  Alfred  Killian,  Robert  Eberhart, 

George  Glenn,  Daniel  Weinstein,  Richard  Earlix 
Second  row:    Milton  Levinberg,  Arthur  Goldstein.  Norman  Roggow,  James  Lake.  Thomas  Scott,  Ronald  Clasky,  John  Roecker,   Howard  Aronson.  Charles 

Mostar.  Thomas  Olson.  Rush  Kracman 
Bottom   row:    Allan   Mitze  imaeher,   William   Paster,  Charles  Chase,  scholastic  chairman;   Marshall   Tudor,   activity  chairman;   Gordon   Stuart,   athletic 

chairman;   Ralph  Soelzer,   counselor;   Henry   McGowan,   president;   Richard   Averill,   secretary;   Robert   Armstrong,   treasurer;   Leroy  Tungett,   vice 

president 
Not  in  //and  :    Stanley  Salles,  Daniel  Wax 


North  Dorm,  M.  R.  H. 


1215  South  Fourth 


South  Dorm,  M.  R.  H. 


121  5   South  Fourth 


Tu/>  row:     Donald  Collins,  George  Rich.   Daniel  Sereika.  William  Heath.   Peter  Finston,  Stuart  Olin,  William  Linsky.  Harold  Firestein.  Louis  Keith 
Third  row:    William  Smart.   Everett   Jensen,  William  Tozer,   Herbert  Licbowitz.  Jay  Sheffield,  Ronald  Stone,  Kenneth  Kania,  Ro^er  Jones.  John  Millstead 
Second    row:     William    Buchheit,    Donald   Gassman,   Gordon   Emanuel,   scholastic  chairman;   Wesley  McJulien,  athletic  chairman  :  Oral  Kost.   counselor ; 

Richard    Finamore.  //resident ;   Robert  Epstein,  rice  president ;  Allan  Jacobs.  Irwin  Schiller,  social  chairman  :   Donald  Granbois.  treasurer 
Bottom  rote:    Allen  Sered.  Charles  Dow.  Franklin  Levine.  Allen  Cohen,  Lawrence  Cooper.  Larry  Geer,  Sam  Myers,  William  Lovett 
Not  in  panel:    Richard  Pohl,  Wesley  Froehlich,  secretary 


Top  rote:    Forrest  Laverne  Gillespie,  Cletus  Schertz,  Richard  Duvick,  Verlan  Heberer,  Clarence  Schlueter,  Alien  Speckman,  Kenl  Chidley 
Second  row :   Howard  Malstrom,  Ryland  Webb,  William  Burgess,  Norman  Hughes,  .Jerry  ECuykendall,  Holland  Bettitt,  Donald  Jones 

Bottom  row:    Ronald  Peters,  pledge  master;  Elmer  Gerlach,  rirr  president;  Donald  Masters,  president;  Jerry  Steffen,  secretary;  Charles  Lewis,  historiai 
Melvin  Schlueter,  social  chairman 


Nabor  House 


si  i   West  Oregon 


Newman  Hall 


604  East  Armory 


Top  row:    Michael  Sweeney.  Harold  Rolseth,  Charles  Flagler.  John  Grimson,  Mark  Hannan,  Joseph  Gawronski,  James  Brodnicki,  Robert  Kautzi.  Jack 

Stemberger,  Theodore  Martin.  John  Zinkus.  Joseph  Meisenheimer,  Robert  Keough,  William  Hegg 
Third  row:    Richard  Maloney,  Richard  Beckmann,  William  Lorenz,  Morton  Zimmerman,  Barney  Offerman,  Robert  Delcour,  Charles  Hamed,  Daniel  Petro- 

milli,  John  Valesano,  Robert  Olmsted.  Paul  DiSalvo.  Martin  McAdams.  Eugene  Kersting,  Ronald  Bauer 
Second  row:    Ramon   LaRusso,   Richard  Takacs,  Fred  Vaisuil,  Nicholas  Kirby,  treasurer;  Eugene  Nykaza,  president;  Rev.  O'Rourke,  Rev.  Duncan,  Rev. 

Taylor.  Joseph  Klapkowski.   rice  president;  Donald  (loss,  recording  secretary;  Roy  Kasten.  Donald  Flaherty.  Carlos  Pinzon,  Robert  Curley 
Bottom   row:     Alfred    Dierkes,   John    Hennessey.    William  Rohaly.   Allen   ('arisen.   Frank  Adleman,    Eugene  Blunt,    Ernest   Sims,   Lawrence   Paulsen,  Joseph 

Santangelo,  Bruno  Pizzato,  Cesar  Gran  ados 


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Top  row:    Earl  Hucker,  Richard  Phillips.  Herbert  Siewert,  Eugene  Hubbard,  Jerry  Moessner,  David  Miller,  Duncan  Livingston,  Marvin  Trautwein 
Third  row:    Richard  Coster,  Bernard  Allen.  Gerald  Totall,  Jack  Littlcineyer,  treasurer;  Edwin  Graybael,  Keith  Wilhour,  Robert  Morris,  Charles  Fagen 
Second    row:     Carl    liarthelemy,    Lee    Campbell,    secretary;    Frederick    Mesenbrink,    vice    president ;    Neil    Butter, ield,    president;    Mrs.    Mann,    John    Mil- 
ler, Doyle  Webb.  Robert  Land 
Bottom  row:    Kenneth  Jamison.  Daniel  Butterfield,  Donald  Ball,  Harry  McGhee,  Richard  Poole.  Frederic  Barber.  Donald  Chick,  Guy  Wilcox 
Not  in  panel:    David  Coinings 


Ruste  Armes 


404  East  John 


Shawnee 


1  (104   West   Nevada 


Top  row:  Charles  Bournstine,  Reginald  Mari.  Donald  Kries,  Robert  Bils,  Gerald  Doty.  Thomas  Moore,  Morten  Anderson,  Curtiss  Van  Etten,  Robert 
Schrott,  Ronald   Bocksruker,   Darrell  Judge,  James  Carpenter,  George  Kimber,  George  Compton,  Lester  Biefeld,  Alan  Kent,  Laurence  Tennyson 

Third  row:  Clarke  Owen,  Harry  Allen,  Thomas  Sullivan,  James  Brown.  Dale  Reese.  Ronald  Losee,  social  chairman;  Lester  Kramer,  president;  Glenn 
Abel,  athletic  chairman;  Lawrence  Tisserand.  secretary-treasurer;  Lee  Muir,  Dale  Porter,  Eugene  Ginther 

Bottom  row:  David  May,  Richard  Capek,  Michael  Gaus,  Maxwell  Poper,  Charles  Prescott,  Kenneth  Bryer,  Larry  Kiefling,  James  Bettinghaus,  John 
Gabor,   Harry   Kii-liy 

Not  in  panel:    Charles  Drewes.  Richard  Anderson.  Arthur  Muskat.  Richard  Holt.  John  Snndberg,  Robert  Anderson 


SHAWNEt 


Top  row:    Howard  Chrietzberg,  William  Wyatt,  Jeft  Brooks,  Virgil  Molinarolo,  Gary  Singley,  August  Kunkel,  John  Boswell,  Lloyd  Br 

huff.  Kenneth  Comer,  Richard  Kemp 
Second  row:    Bruce  Hanson,  vice  president;  Elmer  Ewing,  Ezra  Aberle,  treasurer;  James  Bennett,  social  chairman;  Donald  Jessen, 

Jessen.  secretary;  Byron  Winn.  Joseph  Gaunt,  Gordon  Beck 
Bottom  rate:    Robert  Lind,  Norman  Wiertz,  Ronald  Hewitt,  Fred  Krause.  Paul  Wallen,  Christopher  Kunkel,  Deane  Keller.  William  I. elm 


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president;  Darrell 


Sons'  Home 


1  1  1  H  West   California 


Tara  Hall 


1202  West  Oregon 


Top  row:    Eugene  Simpson,  Kenneth  Ellis.  Larry  Collom,  Lew  Boyd,  William  Webber,  John  Jacus 

Stroud  row:    Thomas  Maudlin,  Roger  Funk,  Ronald  Rilott,  Fred  Samuel  Snyder.  James  Wahl 

Bottom   row:    William  Borden.  Walter  Grahan,   vice  president;  Lee  Callahan,  president;  Gordon  Cash,  secretary-treasurer ;  Gilbert  Bay  Callahan 

Not  in  panel:    Eldon  Whiteside.  Donald  Kizer,  Robert  Zimmerman,  William  Morris.  George  Piper,  David  Kiiii:.  William  Kalbas 


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To/i  row:    Gene  Dixon.  Lloyd  Gross.  John  Helper.  Robert  Quinlan.  Pak  Woo,  James  Esarey,  Russell  Treest 

Second  row:    Charles  Coleman.  Robert   Hayward,  Albert  Law,   vice  president;  Harlan  Peithman,  president ;  James  Waggoner,  secretary-treasurer;  Percy 

Hunter,  .social  chairman ;  Ted  Morrison 
Bottom  row:    Harry  Gordon  Harding,  John  Cralley,  Paul  Kermicle,  David  Doetzel,  Hans  Stieringer,  Harry  Jamison 
Xot  in  panel:    William  Wood 


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Taj)  row:  Margaret  Parker,  Marianne  Bradley,  Barbara  Giese,  Joan  Andrews.  Loretta  Vidmont,  Betty  Snider  June  Birgerson,  Mary  Lou  Miller.  Con- 
stance Cryder,  Mary  Scone.  Susan  Woods.  Martha  Hancock,  Kay  Bigler,  Cleo  Magnisalis 

Third  row:  Josephine  App.  Patricia  Seymour.  Alice  Mitchell,  Jane  Marsik.  Shiela  Shissler.  Constance  Wildinan.  Anzolette  Kipper.  Carolyn  Meyer,  Mania 
Rieckman,  Phyllis  Hasse,  Geraldine  Dillon.  Janice  Jordan,  Barbara  Gail  Buckmaster,  Paula  Miller 

Second  ran-:  Barbara  Schultz,  Helen  Kay  Hine.  Margaret  Jeanne  Hudson.  Janice  Bleyea,  Delores  Drennan.  Joan  Howard.  Mrs.  Stotlar,  Joyce  Donner, 
Alayno  Ahbe,  Lois  Gualano,  Janet  Belyea,  Nancy  Waxier,  Martha  Cluverius 

Bottom,  rotr:  Jacquelyn  Vinson.  Mary  Carol  Waxier,  Charlotte  Crumbaugh,  Mary  Lou  Crumbaugh,  Jacquelyn  Remade,  Nancy  Jackson,  Patricia  Edwards, 
Judith  Gates,  Mary  Jo  Con  to,  Carolyn  Greene,  Betty  Bright,  Diane  Bracy 

Not  in  panel:    Betty  Cook,  Janet  shissler.  Sheila  Dalby 


Alpha  Chi  Omega 


904  South  Lincoln 
77  Active  Chapters 


Josephine  App.  recording  secretary;  Joan  Howard,  vice  president;  Lois 
Gualano,  social  chairman;  Joyce  Donner.  president;  Alayne  Ahbe.  treas- 
urer; Delores  Drennan.  vice  president 


370 


Janet  Beedy,   recording  secretary;  Barbara  Holmes,  vice  president;  Bev- 
erly Brown,  president;  Dotty  Robertson,  treasurer 


Alpha  Delta  Pi 


1202  Wesl    Nevada 
82  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Marianne  Jones,  Carole  Strauss.  Linda  Allen,  Eleanor  Larson,  Carol  Spoonhonr,  Valerie  Guyer.  Lillian  Powers,  Arlene  Elliot,  Mary  Ann  Rogers, 

Juanita  Delforge.  Joyce  Wilson,  Sarah  MeConnell 
Third  row:    Mary  Ella  Collins,  Jean   Dinsdale,  Valerie  Kilbnrn.  Jean   Crowley.   Gail   Knehnle,   Doris  Hertenstein,   Dolores   Bnltinck.   Carol  Linde,  Janet 

Beedy,  Roberta  Rosecrans,  Suzanne  Harper,  Carol  Petelish,  Joan  Searing.  Dorothy  Rosecrans 
Secom\  row:     Ann   Englebrecht,   Joanne   Salberg,    Phyllis  Clark,   Carolyn    Flesher,    Barbara    Baker.    Dotty   Robertson.    Barbara   Holmes.    Beverly   Brown, 

Louiso  Ericsson,  Winifred  Lambright,  Helen  Krebs,  Patricia  Severin,  Elaine  Presvelos,  Natalie  Nelson 
llottom  row:    Alice  Van  Dyke,  Carol  McCarthy,  Janet  Schmitt,  Joan  Terry.  Rose  Ann  Armstrong.  Nancy  Stafford,  Shirley  Green,  Carol  Hofmann,  Carolyn 

Hinton.  Sandra  Moore.  Joan  Obarski 


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Top  row:    Alico  Joan   Solomon.   Claire  Siskin,   Frances  Sochat,  Beatrice  Lewy,  Deborah  Danoff,  Lois  Block,  Peggy  Robiner,  Sandra  Herman,  Ann  Rein- 

heimer,  Sue  Lurie,  Tressa  Friedman,  Margery  Janvey.  Marlene  Berlin 
Thin',  row:     Betto  Ann   Spiro,   Marilyn   Szold,  Arlene  Sadev,   Barbara  Brooks,   Patricia  Rosenblum,  Joan  Drucker,  Maxine  Slack,  Tobi  Manister,  Bonna 

Lederer,  Carol  Levin,  Lois  Linsman,  Doris  Green.  Carole  Stone,  Rita  Chanen 
Secoru',  row:    Audrey  Braude,  Lois  Heifetz,  Phyllis  Jacobs.  Joan  Silberstein,  Helen  Levin,  Barbara  Calish,  Mrs.  Mann,  Ann  Goodman,  Joan  Kovitz,  Ivy 

Lowenthal,  Lorraine  Borman.  Judith  Goldfeder 
Bottom  row:    Rosaleo  Katz,   Elaine  Bernstein,   Iris  Fegenhols,  Merle  Levitt,  Joan   Davis.   Dianne  Gretnberg,   Irma  Shainberg,   Marcia  Friedman,  Gloria 

Gould,  Ann  Lieberman 
Not  in  panel :    Marilyn  Lang 


Alpha  Epsilon  Ph 


904  South  Third 
42  Active  Chapters 


Standing:    Ann  Goodman,  vice  president;  Joan  Kovitz.  secretary;  Lor- 
raine Borman,  1  rin.snrer ;  Barbara  Calish,  president 
Seated:    Helen  Levin,  house  manager 


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Carolyn  Loughlin,  correspond  inn  secretary;  Miriam  Ernst,  president ; 
Gail  Stoker,  rice  /iri'sident :  Wilnia  Halm,  recordinij  secretary :  Nam  v 
McGill,  scholarship  chairman 


Alpha  Gamma  Delta 


1106  South  Lincoln 
64  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Shirley  Hinners,  Virginia  Bennett,  Suzanne  Shepard,  Carolyn  Loughlin,  Barhara  Hunding,   Ruth  Guler,  Janet  Sandholm,  Janice  Rosenberg, 

Nancie  MacCullough,  Beverly  Toussaint,  Patricia  Burt,  Elsie  Moen,  Patricia  Fitzpatrick,  Marjorie  Bezio 
Third  row:     Minnio   Lee  Machetta,   Joan   Devrics,   June  Grafno.   Marilyn   Jones,   Mickie  Frye,   Bonnie   Bartley,   Elsie  Kubes,    Barbara  Andreas.   Cynthia 

Monroe,   Claris  Beeson,  Mary  Ann   Meyer,   Sarah  McAllister.  Charlotte  Millbrook,   Janet   Schleicher,   Judith  Desch,   Lois  Rudelius.  Audrey  Johnson, 

Joan  Gruenewald 
Second  row:     Nancy  Aniin,  Yvonne  Gouchenour,   Beverly  Reeves,   Nancy  Buck,  Marilyn  Conlin.   Nancy  McGill.   Miriam  Ernst,   Mrs.  Hayes,  Gail   Stoker, 

Wilms  Hahn,  Beverly  Egland,  Virginia  Robinson,  Marilyn  Sundquist.  Joan  Wohl,  Josephine  Leaf 
Bottom  row:    Caryl  Fisher,  Carolyn  Miller,  Joan  Kamerer.  Carole  Cockerill,  Shirley  Trueblood,  Mary  Granburg,  Elizabeth  Shewman,  Lois  Limberg.  Sally 

Walker,  Jaccpielyn  Smith.  Helen  McFarland,  Carolyn  Sackrider,  Nancy  Davies,  Rhea  Mackey 


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Top   voir:     Jean    English,    Shirley  Cartman,   Sydnetta  Garette,   Joanne  Miller.    Barbara  Anderson,   Annie  Toles,    Elizabeth  Thomas,   Dolores   Brownlee 
Third  row:    Mildred  Carter.  Marie  Johnson.   Patricia  Hardiinan,  V  id  jean  Jones,  Arclialene  Amos,  Hetty  Vickers.  Gwendolyn   Ellison.  Audrey  Tyler 
Second  row  :    Joan  Tyler,  Minnie  Talley.  Sylvia  Ann  Rainey,  Mrs.  Gordon,  Jean  Ann  Pierce.  Barbara  Shannon.  Dorothy  Jordon.  Doris  Wilson 
Bottom  ran-:    Willie  Marie  Frazier,  Mae  Smith,  Bettye  Benson.  Carol  Ballinger,  Eleanor  Banks.  Lois  Ann  Smith 


Alpha  Kappa  Alpha 


1201  West  Stoughton 
238  Active  Chapters 


Toil    row.-      Doris    Wilson,    corresponding    secretary;    Jean    Ann    Pierce, 

president;  Joan  Tyler,  secretary 
Hollow  row:    Minnie  Talley,  treasurer;  Sylvia  Ann  Rainey.  socio!  chair 

mini;  Barbara  Shannon,  vice  president 


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Standing:     Barbara   Nicely,   vice   president;   Doris   Adamson,   president; 

Gale  Brittin,  treasurer 
Seated:    Joan  Locker,  recording  secretary;  Suzanne  Ralston,  scholarship 

chairman 


Alpha  Omicron  Pi 


706  South  Mathews 
50  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Mary  Lou  Marshall,  Peggy  Hoover,  Ernestine  Dewhirst.  Mary  Malantis.  Carol  Dunivant,  Jane  Peters.  Mary  Ann  McClure,  Louise  Hollen- 
steiner,  Sharlene  Meyer.  Ann  Davis,  Lola  Hetty  Burkhardt,  Nancy  Potter,  Frances  Shaw 

Thin',  row:  Nancy  Brock,  Dora  Fishel,  Carol  Morris,  Joan  Canada,  Margaret  Akey,  Mary  Jane  Fishel,  Sandra  Weber.  Betty  Jo  Vance,  Shirley  Huber, 
Shirley  Aschenback,  Karen  Holmes,  La  Vaun  Schild 

Second  row:  Zoo  Nelson,  Janice  Sullivan,  Joan  Weber.  Jean  Plumb,  Joan  Locker.  Suzanne  Ralston,  Doris  Adamson,  Barbara  Nicely,  Jean  liowen,  Ji.il 
Arensman.  Wanda  King.  Carolyn  Johnson,  Gale  Brittin 

Bottom  row:  Marthe,  Rosehraugh,  Katherine  Sohbs.  Barbara  Morris.  Wilma  Allen,  Jane  McCaughey.  Elizabeth  Hopkins.  Eileen  Sampson,  Phyliss  Wil- 
liams, Nancy  Miller,  Judith  Floyd.  Marilyn  Perry,  Barbara  Brown 


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Top  row:     Dorothy  Parsons,  Diane  Duncanson,  Suzanne  Roe,  Suzanne  Meloan,  Susan  Brown.  Ramsey  Ayer.  Nancy  Hoover,  Mary  Ellen  Young,  Patricia 

Thudium,  Jacqueline  Mash,  Lynda  Couch,  Marion  Achor,  Patricia  Newkirk,  Valinda  Jenkins,  Yvonne  Perkins 
Thin',  row:    Jacquelyn  Jones,  Shirley  Spencer,  Ruth  Barrie.  Ruth  Woll,   Elaine  Bland,  Kathleen  McNamara,  Mary  Jean  Crawford.  Kay  Ekstrand,  Diane 

Johnson,  Mary  Louise  Rice,  Carol  McCradie,  Marion  Teeuws,  Norma  Dietz,  Alice  Keller 
Si, -nut',  row:    Martha  Ann  Roe,  Sabra  Mills,  Betty  Jean  McDougall,  Marilyn  Hallberg,  Barbara  Gates,  Donna  Frame.  Elizabeth  Palmer.  Carol  Shunneson, 

Greta  Erickson,  Donna  Browne,  Elizabeth  Meek,  Peggy  Dewald.  Mary  Jane  Nelson 
Bottom  row:    Delina  Mills.   Patricia   Whealon,   Barbara  Nelson.  Suzanne  Jones.  Greta  Ann  Wilgus.  Marcia  Stenberg.  Barbara  Nelson,  Mary  Jane  Welch, 

Shirley  Borsini,  Sara  Knodell.  Diane  Reich,  Jorjean  Krumm.  Mary  Jean  Barrie 
Not  in  panel:    Marianne  Denton.  Mary  Lou  Tullock 


Alpha  Ph 


508   East   Armory 
49  Active  Chanters 


Top    row:     Elizabeth    Palmer,    president;    Barbara    Gates,    scholarship 

chairman;  Mary  Jane  Nelson,  social  chairman 
Bottom  row:    Carol  Shunneson,  treasurer;  Donna  Frame,  vice  president ; 

Greta  Erickson,  secretary 


376 


Standing:  Harriet  Seymour,  corresponding  secretary;  Lois  Stuenkel, 
recording  secretary 

Seated:  Margnrite  1  iomberg,  vice  president;  Helen  Immonen,  presi- 
dent; Joan  Prindiville,  treasurer 


Alpha  Xi  Delta 


715  West  Michigan 
75  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Rosemary  Young,  Sue  Hutchinson,  JoAnn  Scoggins,  Bernice  Johnson,  Patricia  Firebaugh,  Janet  Morthorst,  Doris  Pickens,  Carolyn  Holm- 
strand,  Fay  Nichols.  Diane  Zaremba,  Patricia  Burian 

Third  row:  Jane  Poole,  Alice  Luckow,  Joan  Busch,  Mary  Lou  Richie,  Ruth  Winter,  Helen  Dowell.  Jacquelyn  White,  Charlotte  Fitzpatrick,  Harriet  Sey- 
mour,  Dawn  Wolfe 

Second  rote:  Mildred  Barnhart.  Frances  Harding,  Florence  Walters,  Lois  Stuenkel,  Margurite  Blomberg,  Mrs.  Field,  Helen  Immonen,  Joan  Prindiville, 
Anne  Heitzman.  Olga  Kiewetz.  Marilyn   Schaefer 

Bottom  row  :    Adrienne  Eames,  Joyce  Booth,  Elizabeth  Sturm,  Carol  Halverson.  Norma  Martin,  Marie  Melville,  Drue  Wolfe.  Jessie  Wisegarver 

Not  in  panel :    Bea  Ann  Van  Denburgh 


Doooooooaooooo 


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7'o,>   row.-     Lois   Enright,   Irene  Mathews.   Arlys   Nitsche,   Elinor  Bieneman,   Patricia  Killey.   Ruth   Andrews,   Georganne  Riley,    Barbara   Flitcraft,   Nancy 

Mohla;",  Karel  Kainerer,   Peggy  Anderson,   Emily  Hanafee,  Marjorie  Down,  Patsy  Hopper,  Mary  Marmion,  Gloria  Trader.  Verna  Corley,  Gwendolyn 

Tyner,  Reva  Geraldine  Garrison,  Marilyn  Berbaum 
Tkirfi  row:    Camillo  Kirchner,   Barbara  Schedel,  Mania  Robinett,  Jane  Eliot,  Patricia  Wadsworth,  Julia  MacKnight,  Joyce  Chalcraft,  Marlene  Kimbark, 

Beverly  Lemmon,  Mary  Julian,  Catherine  Cartland,  Ann  Taylor,  Joanne  Brekke.  Marilyn  Wandling,  Challie  Hall,  Marilyn  Helm,  Carol  Janson 
Second  row :    Joan  Czekala.  Cecile  Gagan,  Jean  Kennedy,  Carol   Bauer,  Margaret  Schlemmer,  Sally  Hager.  Jane  Funkhouser,  Mrs.  Ross.  Jane  Lee,  Rose 

O'Neill.  Carolyn  Krimhill.  Janet  Parker,  Jeanne  BeDell,  Beverly  Brown 
Bottom  row:    Joan   Burch.   Beverly   Dornoff,   Marjorie  Knudstad,   Margaret  Vest,   Babette   Hettinger,   Jackalee   Gleason.   Janice   Peavler,   Dianne   Pierre, 

Shirley  Gaghen,  Sara  Barry 
\o'  in.  pa  ill :    Shirley  Robinson,  Shirleyann  Jones.  Martha  Glisson.  Sara  Hayes 


Chi  Omega 


907  South  Wright 
1  12  Active  Chapters 


Top   row:     Rose   O'Neill,   secretary;   Jane   Funkhouser.   president;   Jane 

Lee.  vice  president 
Bottom  row:    Carolyn   Krimbill,  pledge  mistress;  Sally  Hager,  treasurer 


378 


Standing:    Phyllis  Shepherd,  marshal;  Betsy  Yeatter,  secretary 
Seated:    Marilyn   Kearns    chaplain;  Patricia   Haselwood,  vice  president; 

Mary  Mifflin,  president 


Delta  Delta  Delta 


508   Bast  Chalmers 
96  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Barbara  Roberts,   Shirley  Stuber,  Glenda  Grant.   Betty  Cavitt.  Mary  Westbrook,  Carol  Park.   Doris  Archibald,  Carol  Phillippi,   Shirley  Lewis. 

Carolo  Scherwat,  Barbara  Henley,  Barbara  Ahrens,  Carolyn  Griffin 
Third  row:     Patricia  Alfonsi,   Jo   Sweney,    Patricia  Plumb,   Joan    Schmidt.   Diann   Hansen.    Phyllis   Bellamy,    Virginia   Deeds.   Jean   Elliott,    Nancy   Doty, 

Mary  Grimes,  Dorothy  Hartigan,  Betsy  Yeatter,  Betsy  Brown 
Second  row:    Lucy  Carey.   Phyllis  Shepherd.   Nancy  Yoder,  Marilyn   Polk,   Marilyn   Kearns.  Mrs.  Thompson,   Mary  Mifflin,   Patricia  Haselwood,   Barbara 

Maas,  Joan  Martin,  Jean   Hodgson 
Bottom  row:    Geraldino   Brown,   Gloria  Cohen.  Mary   House.   Carole  McCarthy.    Patricia   Larsen,   Barbara  Calvert.   Patricia  Jewell,   Nancy  Lehmer,   Lois 

Senne,  Marian  Pytlik.  Jane  Murphy.  Nancy  Salkeld 


DOOOOOOOOOOOOO 


Doooooooaaaooo 


To)>  row:     Shirley   Wennerstrand,   Joan    Sullivan,   Andrea   Gunn.   Marilyn    Momma,   Janice   Kisten,   Joyce   Hansen,    Barbara   McNeill,   Kathryn    Sprague, 

Dorin  Stricland,  Judith  Gilman,  Barbara  Arnold,  Carol  Ann  Krause,  Marianne  Schrader,  Charlotte  Buna 
Third  voir:    Betty  Robinson.  Suzanne  Turner,  Sue  Huinineland,  Dorothy  Figge,  Patricia  Robinson.  (Mare  Siewart,  Isabelle  Peck,  Barbara  Gleason,  Joanne 

Hagnauer,  Patricia  Moore,  Mary  McNeill,  Susan  Stanley,  Diane  Bichburg,  Tala  Brinker 
Second   row:     Margaret  Conlin,   Muriel   Richburg,    Barbara   Robinson,   Mary   MacTaggart,   Janet   Conger,    Beverly  Dady,   Mrs.   Fowler,   Jane   Parthemer, 

Sandra  Anderson.  Joan  Harrison,  Lois  Lindsey,  Shirley  Lindblad.  Doris  Lightfoot 
Bottom  row:    Ann   Keith,   Shirley  Clinard,   Nancy  Casler.  Judith  Marshall.   Barbara  Standard,  Elizabeth  Hoel,  Barbara  Baxter,  Frances  Corcoran,  Joyce 

Arnisworth,  Judith  Finn.  Barbara  Lindgren,  Gloria  Fogarty 
Not  in  panel :    Susan  Hays 


Delta  Gamma 


1207  West  Nevada 
74  Active  Chapters 


Top   row:     Mary  MacTaggart.   Joan    Harrison.    Muriel   Richburg.   Shirley 

Lindblad 
Bottom  row:     Barbara  Robinson.  Lois  Lindsey.  secretary;  Janet   Conger. 

Beverly  Dady,  president 


380 


Marita  Mittelman.  vice  president ;  Marlene  Preston,  pledge  master;  Ann 
Yc>niiL">rinan,  president;  June  Mansbach,  treasurer;  Sheila  Epron,  secre- 
tary 


Delta  Phi  Epsilon 


47  East  Chalmers 
22  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Hinda  Goldman,  Janet  Silverstein,  Marian  Reinitfer,  Louise  Lurie,  Aileen  Chayken,  Elaine  Bresman,  Sally  Greenberg,  Marsha  Freedman.  Bar- 
bara Baiman,  Lorraine  Kostinsky,  Ann  Nemeroff.  Jacqueline  Field,  Anita  Bitkower 

Third  row:  Diane  Mnookin,  Eva  Heldisheimer,  Harriet  Goroway,  Roberta  Kornfeld,  Jane  Penn,  Barbara  Coe,  Roberta  Weingart,  Carol  Hyman.  Janice 
Glaser,  Phyllis  Young,  Sally  Alex 

Second  row:  Carol  I  an  off,  Phyllis  Rognl,  Sheila  Epron,  Martha  Frances  Culbert,  Ann  Youngerman,  Mrs.  Schulman.  Maita  Mittelman,  Marlene  Preston, 
June  Mansbach,  Mona  Amtman,  Joyce  Endler 

Bottom  row:  Anita  Zoller,  Sirella  Schwartz,  Beth  Greenberg,  Marcia  Finkelstein,  Carole  Perrye,  Carol  Berkley.  Carol  Newman,  Beverly  Miller,  Jeanette 
Gross,  Sandra  Weinper 


jOOODOQOQQOOOQ 


A  *m 


Top  row:    Theresa  Fambro,  Anita  Officer,  Christine  Dickerson,  Babette  Hudson,  Myrna  Butler,  Florence  Overstreet,  Lucille  Higgins,  Barbara  Townes 
Second  row:     Uelores  Storman,  Cordelia  Wnson,   Evelyn   Harris,   Yvonne  Springer,   Lois  Mitchell,   Barbara  Lawrence.   Fredricka  Teen.   Vivian   Cameron, 

Doris  Pearson 
Bottom  row:    Joyco  Jones,  Vivian  Adams,  Muriel  Lawrence,  Laneenier  Swain,  Miss  Scott,  Marceline  Sykes.  Lillian  Adams.  Bernice  Perry 
Not  in  panel:    Mary  Green,  Mildred  Evans 


Delta  Sigma  Theta 


905  West  Oregon 
210  Active  Chapters 


Standing:  Lillian  Adams,  vice  president;  Barbara  Lawrence,  parlia- 
mentarian; Joyce  Jones,  social  chairman 

Seated:  Muriel  Lawrence,  recording  secretary;  Laneenier  Swain,  presi- 
dent; Marceline  Sykes,  treasurer;  Bernice  Perry,  corresponding 
secretary 


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standi, if/ :    Janet  Barker,  social  chairman;  Jeanne  Frk-ke,  corresponding 

secretary;  Mary  Ann  Lacy,  pledge  trainer 
Sealed :     Donna    Duerwachter,    recording    secretary;    Louise    Zingrone, 

tr'asurer;  Ferol  Martin,   president 


Delta  Zeta 


710  West  Ohio 

77  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Jeanette  Saule,   Anne  Kunstman,   Elsie  Kruinpe.   Eleanor  Jane   Edwards,   Marianne  Kreiling,   Stephanie  Kusek,    Ertha  Ann   Johnson.   Norma 

Forbes,  Ann  Smith,  Marietta  Zimmerman,  Shirley  Heinz 
Third  row:     Mitzi  Miller,   Joan    Beatty,   Megan   Schiefer.   Sandra   Racine.   Beverly   Bryngelson,   Jane  Sweidal,   Mary  Eliopnlos,   Jane  Porter,  Janet   Zink, 

Nancy  Bach,  Elizabeth  Ballog,  Mary  Lou  Northcliffe 
Second  row:    Margaret  Ann   Healey,   Donna  Duerwachter,   Louise  Zingrone.  Janet  Barker,  Mrs.  Bleser.  Ferol  Martin.  Mary  Ann  Lacy,  Mary  Eileen  Mc- 

Clellan,  Jeanne  Fricke,  Joyce  Strong 
Bottom,  row:     Patricia  Jaye,   Carolyn   Cochran,   Belly   Briney,   Kathleen   McMillan.  Janice  Black.   Susan  Vibert.  Maureen   Currier.  Marylou  McGowan, 

Caryl  Hakanson,  Donna  Ruys 


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Top  row:  Leo  Purnell,  Eileen  Frieburg,  Carolyn  Land.  Virginia  Strohm,  Darlene  Rohrer,  Jane  Woelfersheim.  Marietta  Brothers,  Sarah  Lou  Mefford, 
Clara  Downs,  Norma  Bean,  Katherine  McVey,  Betty  Doyle,  Jolene  Winsauer,  Carol  Peterson 

Third  row:  Marjorio  Ornellos.  Mar.jorie  Wilke,  Charlotte  Mattheis,  Barbara  Hempstead,  Mary  Louise  Frank,  Nancy  Claypool,  Barbara  Victor,  Jean 
Migely,  Jeannine  Burnier,  Mary  Bills,  Jane  Coultas,  Dorothy  Martin,  JoAnn  Buske.  S\isan  Koch.  Miriam  Behrens,  Georgia  Hall 

Second  row:  Miriam  Carpenter.  Joan  Noble.  Marilyn  Lowe,  Judith  Lindstrom,  Jane  Rendleman,  Sara  Davidson,  Mary  Crawford,  Jeannien  Gustavison, 
Mrs.  Telling.  Marilyn  Hartley,  Joan  Bruder,  Marilyn  Chambers,  Laura  Mollet 

Bottom  row:  Shirley  Krull,  Joyce  Flynn,  Rosie  Stuebe,  Diane  DeVry,  Miriam  Lamar,  Jaci  Grear,  Gene  Stimart,  Rhoda  Willey,  Beverly  Menz,  Ann  Bran- 
nan,  Nancy  Bowen,  Elizabeth  Yanson.  Marjorie  Goodendorf 

Not  in  panel :    Carolee  Little,  Marylee  Mefford,  Carol  Osborn 


Gamma  Phi  Beta 


1110  West  Nevada 


Top  row:  Barbara  Hempstead,  treasurer ;  Carolee  Little,  house  manager; 
Jane  Rendleman,  pledge  adviser;  Marilyn  Hartley,  rushing  chairman 

Bottom  row:  Nancy  Claypool,  scholarship  chairman;  Jeannien  Gustavi- 
son, president;  Joan  Bruder,  recording  secretary;  Laura  Mollet, 
vice  president 


384 


Top  row:  Nancy  Rynearson,  corresponding  secretary ;  Louise  Drechsler, 
treasurer;  Frances  Little,  president;  Laura  Donagher,  recording 
secretary 

Bottom  row:    .Mary  Kent,  chaplain;  Betty  Berryhill.  vice  president 


Kappa  Alpha  Theta 


611   East  Daniel 
76  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Gloria  Steger,  Doris  Drew,  Suzanne  Culhbert,  Evelyn  McCreery,  Clarissa  Adams,  Susan  Olmstead,  Julia  Gerstenberger,  Donna  Wilson,  Kathryn 

Kile,  Suo  Anderson,  Elizabeth  Starr,  Jeannette  Mathews,  Mary  Ellen  Wheeler.  Galey  Shappert,  Nancy  Nickol 
Third    row:     Marlene    Ungeher,    Virginia    Mersbach,    Louise    Drechsler,    Babbette    Stipes,    Lynne    Wonderlin,    Florence   Kraabel,    Colleen    Leahy,    Jean 

Weiss,  Cynthia  Shorb,  Mary  Alice  Huyler,  Ruth  Mautz.  Jerry  Bond,  Jeanette  Gerdes 
Second  row:    Martha  Schueler,   Barbara  Krueger,  Patricia  Scott,  Jeanne  Dickson.   Nancy   Rynearson,    Betty  Berryhill.  Mrs.   Harlow,  Joyce  Hays,  Carol 

Conard,  Barbara  Huth,  Wanda  Bash 
Bottom  row:    Janico  Donagher,   Sandra  Maurer,  Alice  Bower,  Miriam  Redpath,   Sandra   Haussermann.   Noel  Hurd.   Mary  Elizabeth  Alexander,   Marilyn 

Beinhauer,  Jeanne  Hilton,  Marilyn  Reinhart,  Jayne  Whitney,  Jean  Simon,  Virginia  Thompson 
Noc  in  panel :    Laura  Donagher,  Mary  Kent.  Frances  Little,  Ann  Babb.  Judith  Hoggatt,  Sandra  Smith 


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Top  row:    Jano  Weigand,  Nancy  Crow,  Nancy  Vesely,  Betty  Keene.  Judith  Peterson,  Katherine  Dotter,  Vera  Saline,  Juanita  Follmer,  Joan  Holin,  Barbara 

Baudino,  Jano  Rigney,  Barbara  Neal,  Marilyn  Miller,  Judith  Heien 
Third  row:    Janet  Thorngren,   Terryl   DeLong,   Barbara   Kapp,   Elizabeth   Bachman,    Barbara   Barnes,   Nanette  Klinkey,   Dorothy  Joan   Watson,   Marian 

Stewart,  Jeanne  Holmes,  Marilyn  Brummer,  Leonide  Gaines,  Joanne  Weaver,  Janet  Green,  Ceila  Concialdi 
Second  row:    Carol  Ann  Davis,  June  Weiland,  Harriet  Beaudoin,  Mary  Ann  Kula,  Dolores  Moser,  Nancy  McCarty,  Mrs.  Curry,  Genevieve  Gould,  Carol 

Ewing,  Laurel  Rich.  Rita  Sheehan,  Doris  Dusenberry 
Bottom  row:    Joan  Albert,  Lynne  Johnson.  Marilyn  Zellers,  Yvonna  Luttrell,   Dorothy  Wolf,  Mary  Jane  Stark,  Margaret  Lynett,   Eleanor  Kraus,  Donna 

Hansen,  Yvonne  Cnlverson,  Marika  Adam,  Barbara  Worth 
Not  in  panel :    Dorothy  Kaufman 


Kappa  Delta 


1204  South  Lincoln 
82  Active  Chapters 


Standing:      Jeanne    Holmes,    assistant    treasurer;    Elizabeth    Bachman. 

scholarship   chairman;   June  Weiland,   secretary;   Genevieve  Gould, 

president ;  Joan  Holin,  rushing  chairman 
Seated:    Nancy  McCarty,  vice  president;  Harriet  Beaudoin,  treasurer 


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Top  row:   Jane  Ludtke,  vice  president 
Bottom    row:     Nancy    O'Connor,    pledge 
president;  Elizabeth  Mace,  treasurer 


Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 


1102  South  Lincoln 
82  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:    Muriel  Boehl,  Joan   Barabe.  Jeanne  Berger,   Nina  Temple,   Shelley  Chase.  Jacqueline  Wood,  Ann  Phipps,   Joyce  Winkler,  Joan   Dodds,  Sarah 

Ford,  Mary  Dinsmore,  Sally  Dillard 
Third  row:    Jane  Whitmore,   Ann  Thayer,   Sallie   Young,   Jean   Albro,   Barbara  Cross,   Joyce  Wiese,   Ruth  Wylie.   Claire  Yogt,   Jeanne  Cameron,   Nancy 

O'Connor,  Sandra  Smith,  Sandra  Mergette,  Marilyn  Jane  Gray,  Leslie  Ator 
Second  row:    Jano  Munsterman,   Diane  Campbell,  Grace  Snyder,   Mabery  Rosann   Gelvin,   Elizabeth  Mace,  Jane  Ludtke,  Mrs.  Jordan,  Barbara  Bennett, 

Donna  Simenson,  Carol  Brown,  Anne  McElroy,  Janet.  Wisely,  Margaret  Turnhou 
Bottom  row:    Catherine  Cecily  Howard,  Elizabeth  Griffin,  Joan  Stenger,  Carol  Wendnagel,  Marilyn  Smith,  Jeanne  Miller,  Judy  James,  Shirley  McYicar, 

Alleno  Brodnax,  Eleanor  Mayne,  Joan  Frazier,  Celia  O'Keefe,  Barbara  Mangier,  Doris  Yogt 


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Top  row:    iayo  Quirk,  Juanita  Abbott,  Mildred  isobbins.  l  arol  uodey.  Alar.iorie  r  lorinan,  ivonne  rry.  Joan  smith 

Third  row:    Toni  Hribal,  Norma  Murvin,  Joanne  Daigle,  Magel  Krummel,  Eileen  Hall.  Ramona  Reynolds,  Clierie  Lyford,  Shirley  Krummel 
Second  row:    Marjorie  Saner.   Nancy  Andrews,  Mary  Martin,  Caroline  Cramer,  Sarah  Council,   Barbara  Somers,  Eleanor  Mainey,  Barbara  Fedor 
Bottom  row:     Sheila  Fleming,  Marilyn  Werner,   Patricia  LaMantia,   Beverly  Black.  Kalah  Roeder,  Yasuko  Ono,   Nancy  Thomas,  Jeanne  Rogers 
Not  in  panel:    Joan  Cramer.  Elsie  Newberry 


Phi  Mu 


1010  South  Third 
70  Active  Chapters 


Caroline  Cramer,  president;  Sarah  Council,  vice  presdent;  Barbara 
Somers.  secretary;  Eleanor  Mainey,  rushing  chairman;  Barbara  Fedor, 
treasurer 


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Toyi  row:    Roberta  Sharfirian,  scribe;  .loan  Kohlenbrener,  pa«(  /jresidcn! : 

Rivia  Fersl.  scholarship  chairman 
Bottom  row:    Barbara  Right,  bursar;  Zora  Dorfman,  archon;  Jacqueline 

Margolin,    vice  archon 


Phi  Sigma  Sigma 


306  Gregory  Drive 
:s7  Active  Chapters 


Top  ran  :   Gloria  Kroll.  Sandra  Lipsitz,  Judith  Levine,  Helen  Goldberg.  Lois  Greenberg.  Renetta  Greenberg,  Roberta  Preidman,  Janet  Le.f 

Thirt't  row:    Sandra  Levin,   Paula   Schneider,  Joan  Lewis,  Sandra  Greenbaum,  Lois  Kroll,  Roberta  Chait,  Joyce  Mashbitz,  Renee  Grauer,  Iris  Dloogatch, 

Eleanor  Eisenstein 
Second  rote:     Iris  Nudleman.   Delores  Chenkin,  Marilyn   Wolfson.   Roberta   Sharfman,   Jacqueline  Margolin.   Zora  Dorfman.   Barbara  Right.   Rivia  Perst, 

Joan  Kohlenbrener 
Bottom  rote:    Suzann  Sentnria.   Lois  Siteinan,   Ruth  Agruss,  Joyce  Guttinan.   Eleanor  Kaye.  Gloria  Berger,   Betty  Phillips.  Felice  Banalin,  Judith  Eisen- 

stadt,  Adrienne  Bernard 


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Top  row:    Judith  Beatty,  Mary  Ann  Litherland,  Barbara  Johnson,  Jane  Thiem,  Constance  Kull,  Gail  Furnall,  Mary  Sue  Boekewitz,  Donna  Cadwallader, 

Carol  Cox,  Alice  Turner,  Jo  Davidson,  Janet  Weiser,  Marise  Ratzesberger,  Margaret  Pool,  Elaine  Skadberg 
Third  row:    Emily  Ann   Ward,   Marlyn   Kasson,   Lynn   Miller,  Anne  Beanblossom,   Barbara  Webber,   Sally   Sanford.   Mary   Lou  Heatherly,   Jane  Hayes, 

Marnp,  Brewbaker,  Cynthia  Dolan,  Marilyn  Webber,  G-wen  Peterson,  Karen  Smith.  Sharon  Mayhall,  Judy  Powell,  Joy  Gilpin 
Second  row :    Shirley  Gould,  Kathleen  Spaulding,  Marlene  Pierce,  Helen  Parkes.  Shirley  Locke,  Barbara  Schmitt,  Carol  Seibert,  Mrs.  Taylor,  Eileen  Nor- 

cross,  Ruth  Getz,  Sally  White.  Mary  Ruth  Tate,  Carolyn  Emons,  Rachael  O'Byrne,  Ruth  Parkes 
Bottom  row:    Martha  Hynds.  Alice  Stewart,  Charlotte  Jones,  Joan  Groth,  Jo  Ann  Stork.  Barbara  Bell.  Margaret  Gaul.  Martha  Sanford.  Carolyn  Tenney, 

Constance  Tazewell.  Ann  Shilladey 
Not  in  panel :    Myrian  Baker.  Mary  Sanford.  Jeanne  Brunkow.  Patti  Ryden 


Pi  Beta  Ph 


1005  South  Wright 
98  Active  Chapters 


Standing:     Barbara  Schmitt,   treasurer;  Carol  Seibert,  president;  Mari- 
lyn Webber,  pledge  supervisor 
Seated:    Mary  Ruth  Tate,  rushing  chairman;  Ruth  Getz,  vice  president 


390 


Naomi  Rosen,  secretary;  Marilyn  Meiselman, 
president;  Ethel  Mae  Karon,  vice  president; 
president 


treasurer;   Helga  Czerner, 
Joan   Mandel.  second  vice 


Sigma  Delta  Tau 


1104  West  Nevada 

28  Active  Chapters 


Top  rote:    Helen   Dawn  Grousd,   Betty  Marshall.  Anne  Stern,   Beverly  Wright,  Deborah  Grollub,  Audrey  Rosenberg,   Enid  Sosna,  Carol  Goldberg,  Sherry 

Zweig.  Lois  Mora.  Tobi  Zuieback 
Thirc',  row:    Nancy  Bornszak,  Marlene  Minsky.  Roberta  Skolnik,  Jean   Nhanberg,  Bonnie  Engler.   Esther  Urdangen,  Joan  Engel.  Ann  Sternberg.  Babette 

Waldman,  Marlene  Treger,  Diane  Evans,  Joyce  Hamburg 
Second  roiv :     Claire   Somerfield.    15etty  Keefer,    Marlene   Lask,    Naomi   Rosen,   Joan  Mandel,   Helga   Czerner,   Mrs.   Horowitz,   Ethel   Mae  Karon,   Marilyn 

Meiselman.  Sandra  Cohon,  Suzanne  Cohen,  Babette  Bomash 
Bottom  voir:    Carol  Salmon.  Renee  Duore,   Enid  Weinstein,  Rosalie  Librach,  Arlene  Freed.  Marian  Osheroff,  Judith  Sandroff.  Leita  Klein.  Sandra  Krant 
Not  in  iianrl :    Toby  Greenman.  Annette  Teitlebanm 


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Top  row:    Jacquelen  Devanny,  Carole  Crisp,  Kay  Robinson,  Ann  Yodak,  Marjorie  Wiegand,  Janice  Lindeman,  Janet  Olson,  Sue  Grunwald,  Emily  Beggs, 

Charlotte  Phillips,  Sandra  Burkhardt,  Beverly  Galvin 
Third  row:    Frances  Loitz,   Patricia  Struth,   Janet   Steam,   Joyce  Sternaman,   Komeyn   Schrock,   Ruth  Romoser,   Margaret   Stone,   Elinor  Brown,   Phyllis 

Birtwell,  Carol  Peterson,  Darlene  Munts,  Helen  Artigues 
Second  row:     Darleno  Dosier,  Lois  Johnson,  Mary  Allen,  Susan  Smith.  Margaret  Birtwell,  Mrs.  Buckley,  Virginia  Ritson.  Barbara  Stinson,  Doris  Netzer, 

Ramona  Sedlacek,  Florence  Gothwaite,  Marilyn  Welsch 
Bottom   ron-:     Lois  Moffett,   Meline  Pilibosian,   Joanne  Forsberg.  Carolyn  Brehsiner.  Carole  Truckenbrod,   Susanne  Ewing,   Marie  Fisher,  Alice  Rudwall, 

Miriam  Smith,  Janet  Smith 
Not  in  panel :    Betty  Western 


Sigma  Kappa 


713  West  Ohio 

61  Active  Chapters 


Ramona  Sedlacek,  corresponding  secretary;  Barbara  Stinson,  rii-<-  /ire.ii- 
dent;  Margaret.  Birtwell,  recording  secretary ;  Virginia  Ritson,  president; 
Susan  Smith,  treasurer ;  Doris  Netzer,  pledge  trainer 


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Second   row:     Lois   Ganschow,    /•"•■•   president;    Lois   binng^t,  preside 

June  Beilke,  alumnae  vice  president 
Bottom  row  ;    Virginia  Davis,  secretary ;  Vivian   Herr,  t  reasu  tee 


Theta  Upsilon 


303  East  John 

23  Active  Chapters 


Fojj   roff:    Joan   Bordes,   Roberta   Hurst,   Mary  Jane  Gibson,   Ellon   Lucille   Bremner,   Elinorjeanne  Defibaugh,   Tania   Zykov,   Mary  McKinnie,   Natalia 

Koehan,  Arlene  Huddleston,  Nancy  Danne 
Third  row:    Joan  Mueller,   Doreen  Soukup,  Mary  Rich,  Carol  Link,  Trala  Larson,  Frances  McCarthy,  Dorothy  Jones,  Marion  Schoene,  Marilyn  Jones 
Seconci  row:    Darlene  Svoboda.  \  ivian  Herr,  June  Deilke,  Lois  Enright,  Lois  Ganschow,  Virginia  Davis,  Betty  Hartsell 
Bottom  row  :    Virginia  Ward,  Alice  Fulling.  Mary  Lou  Humphreys,  Grace  Diane  Prappas,  Ruth  Miller,  Marilyn  Ganschow 
Not  in  panel:    Nancy  Heater 


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Top  roir:    Carolyn  Blackard,  Alice  Ogden,  Janet  Glawe,  Darleen  Kennedy.  Grace  Schlaeger,  Sheila  Parrish,  Marjorie  Gower,  Sue  Ray,  Jacqueline  Davis, 

Mary  Larkin 
Third  row:    Eleanor  Prase.  Margaret   Curtiss,   Betsy  Byrnes,  Joanne  Gillespie,  Gloria  Czerniak,  Mary  Sajeski,  Marlene  Edge,   Patricia  Smith,  Virginia 

Fisher 
Second  row:    Gloria  Gable,  Caroline  Rees,  Jean  Frase,  Reva  Fort,  Mrs.  Hankins,  Rita  Evans,  Diana  Nainis,  Lerria  Kelly.  Harriet  Huddy 
Bottom  row.    Carol  Shaefer,  Virginia  Rexroat,  Janet  Niebergall.  Linda  Selders,  Lois  Kilbnrn,  Barbara  Weir.  Janet  Jones.  Janet  Thurwell 
Not  in  panel:    Arlene  Stauber,  Joan  Sears,  Harriett  Armstrong 


Zeta  Tau  Alpha 


808   West  Vermont 
92  Active  Chapters 


Diana  Nainis,    vice  president ;  Reva  Fort,   treasurer;  Rita   Evans,   /'resi- 
dent; Lerria  Kelly,  secretary 


394 


Standing:    Janet  White,  social  chairma 

Seated:     Shirley    Jorgensen,    president; 

Ann  Roberts,  freshman  advisor 


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McKinley  Hall 


HOI   South  Wright 


Top  rote:    Mary  Myers.  Patricia  Gordon,   Barbara  Tappan,  Mary  Soper,  Eunice  Jean  Reace,  Jane  Greene,  Betty  Hadley.  Ruth  Nelson,   Beverley  Hill.  Mary 

Hull,   Elinor  Clairo  Lueking,  Virginia  Scott,   Rita  Smith.   Isabel   Heep,   Marjorie  Headley,   Eleanor  Bunting,   Nance   Postlewait,   Barbara  Lowis 
Third  row:    Margaret  Huebner,  Wilma  Manning,  Mary  Phyllis  Wade,   Phyllis  Dittus.   Doris  Gerson,  Janice  Hackbarth,   Eva  Huffman,  Mary  Shinn,  Jean 

Esther   Kendall,    Jo  Ann   Roberts,    Marianne    Fisher.    Lillian    Barfod.    Patricia    Palbicke,    Patricia    Johnson.    Patricia    McGee,    Patricia   Malone,    Nancj 

Pugsley,  Phyllis  Murphy.  Lila  Rhodes.  Mary  Butzback 
Second  row:    Mrs.   Phelan,   Marilyn   Womeldorff,    Virginia  Ruiz.   Lura  Link.  Althea  Rautenberg,   Marion   Cronkrite,   Marlene  Miles,  Janet  White,  Shirley 

Jorgensen.   Joyce   Reace,   June   M'-Luekie,   Dorothy  Jean   Perdue.    Mary    Hill.    Shirley   Armstrong.    Eunice  Johnson,    Marian   Anderson,    Pearl   Mueller, 

Carolyn   Sullivan 
Bottom  row:     Janece  Tippy,  Martha  Ruckman,   Ellen  Bell.   Rosella  Ervin,  Helen    Pierce.  Cecile  Creath,    Nina   Wilson,  Judith  Thomas.   Nancy  Brown,  Ros- 

anne  Rezny.  Marcia  Jane  Pritchett,  Marilyn  McCarville.  Barbara  Moore,  Barbara  Straub,  Barbara  Montone,  Dolores  Strode.  Mary  Campbell 


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Top  row:  Dinnne  Glasser.  Roquel  Price,  Mary  Price,  Dorothy  Butler,  Ruth  Kehart,  Ruth  Movie,  Nancy  Barrow,  Barbara  Bouchard,  Velma  Sleight,  Bar- 
bara Turner,  Alice  Price,  Lois  Johnson,  Carol  Preston.  Velma  Riley 

Sci-oiu'.  row:  Lola  Kallos,  Marilou  Punk,  Rae  Grosch,  Margie  Kempe,  Shirley  Bradshaw,  Joyce  Pickard,  Mary  McCue,  Jean  Lamb,  Beverly  Falk,  Janet 
Moldenhauer,  Patricia  Walgren,  Barbara  Falk,  Emily  Kampert,  Margery  Armstrong,  Nancy  Berquist,  Doris  Lokay,  Jean  Huber 

Bottom  row:  Jeanne  Ascher,  Patricia  Schumacher,  Joan  Babb,  Arlene  Sehuppenhauer,  Marlys  Nelson,  Emma  Mollett,  Phyllis  Anderson,  Dorothy  Brum- 
baugh, head  resident;  Julia  True.  Joyce  Davis,  Berta  Wyant.  Patricia  Larsen.  Lois  Williston,  Geraldine  Augustyn,  Dolores  Kotsiakos,  Jane  Klitzing 

Not  in  panel:  Virginia  Lee,  Augusta  Lehman,  Dorothy  Lescher,  Phyllis  Levy,  Carole  Levin,  Norma  Levine,  Carol  Lieberman,  Barbara  Luna,  Lois  Lundy, 
Andrea  Mazzini,  Nancy  McMillan,  Dorothy  McNally,  Hannah  Meilach,  Barbara  Miller,  Lois  Miller,  Barbara  Mohn.  Nancy  Morris,  Muriel  Nudleman, 
Audrey  Olsen,  Juno  Peterson,  Grace  Piorkowski,  Therese  Piorkowski.  Helen  Piatt.  Selma  Quateman,  Dorothy  Radtke,  Barbara  Rosenberg,  Joan 
Rosenbloom,  Marjorie  Rosenthal,  Charlotte  Ross,  Janice  Rowlands,  Lorenza  Russo,  Patricia  Saffer,  Arlene  Sandler.  Lois  Schneeberger,  Susan  Schoen- 
wald,  Barbarr.  Schwimmer,  Margaret.  Scott,  Mary  Shive,  Sondra  Siegel,  Patricia  Sievers,  Lois  Smith,  Mildred  Soderstrom,  Wilma  Spainhour,  Patricia 
Stapleton,  Iris  Stein,  Maril>n  Terry,  Frances  Torley,  Anna  Vekich,  Doris  Valerta,  Betty  Wahls,  Judy  Winkler,  Alberta  Wolff,  Frances  Woodrum, 
Roberta  Zarmin 


Busey  Hall 


1111  West  Nevada 


Top   rote:     Margery  Leach,    treasurer;   Jane  Klitzing,   secretary;  Phyllis 

Anderson,  president 
Second  roir:    Nancy  Barrow,  rice  president 
Bottom    row:      Betty    Brunk,    .socio/    chairman;    Barbara    Cross,    social 

chairman 
Standing  :    Juva  Cunningham,  vice  president 


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396 


Busey  Hall 


1111  West  Nevada 


Top  row:  Dolores  Newburg,  Anita  Miller,  Sydney  Edelstein.  Shirley  Rawlings,  Janice  Habb,  Patsy  Hutson.  Marian  Dorn,  Sylvia  Dordek,  Beatrice  Rosen- 
berg, Audre  Egelkraut,  Carol  Malott 

Second  row:  Merilyn  Boock,  Patricia  Clare,  Esther  Onimen,  Shirley  Moos,  Alice  Clark.  Catherine  Chentes,  Judith  Toler,  Nancy  Carter,  Sandra  Steinberg, 
Irene  Harrington,  Beverly  Chubat,  Joan  Veith.  Jeannette  Burdick,  Uemetra  Karakonrtis 

Bottom  row:  Carmelita  Konzen,  Harriet  Hutchings,  Eleanor  Allen,  Carolyn  Schwartz,  Carol  Manion,  Sherle  Olson,  Janet  Moeller,  Mary  Kuchar,  Betty 
Brunk,  Marjorie  Leach,  Marlys  Munies 

Not  in  panel:  Edith  Allen,  Archalene  Amos,  Diane  Arenson,  Tobey  Baer,  Joyce  Ballard.  Bettye  Benson.  Marilyn  Bercher.  Yvonne  Berntsen,  Harriet 
Birnbaum,  Patricia  Bisknpic,  Jean  Black,  Merle  Brown,  Shirley  Brown,  Sandra  Brnch.  Barbara  Cross.  Iiiva  Cunningham,  Bernice  Davis.  Rozelda 
Dunn,  Greta  Engst,  Marilyn  Esh,  Carleen  Ettinger,  Shirley  Factor,  Marilyn  Fadem,  Dorothy  Faulds,  Edna  Files,  Patricia  Fraser,  Joan  Gerchgall, 
Phyllin  Glick,  Darleno  Goldberg,  Eleanore  Goldsmith,  Mary  Gonzales.  Dorothy  Gross,  Dorothy  Gunderson,  Marilyn  Gustafson,  Barbara  Hagaman, 
Gail  Harris,  Carolyn  Hauptman,  Judy  Hays,  Balfura  Henkin,  Charlotte  Herlinger,  Carolyn  Horrall,  Ruth  Howard.  Jean  Huber,  Vera  Jacobson, 
Beatrice  Jablonski,   Mary  Johnson,  Sylvia  Karaken,  Pauline  Kauffinan,    Virginia  Kinder.  Joy  Kranzow,   Irene  Kuchan.  Edith  Lefkovits 


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Toj)  roc:    Helen  Cochran.  Carolyn  Dunham,  Bernita  Scheiwe,  Jane  Reed,  Vija  Liepins,  Katherine  Smith,  Ruth  Hook,  Lubov  Babeno.  Janice  Feldkamp, 

Virginia  Victorine,  Elaine  Kihn,  Margaret  Coderre,  Janet  Hammond,  Martha  Boren 
Third  row:    Jean  Lane,  Eleanor  Wilson,  Mary  Ann  Bohbrink,  Janice  Sotan,  Geraldine  Hunter.  Maurene  Kietzman.  Mary  Ockay.  Beverly  Whitney,  Susan 

Villeneuve,   Betty  Garcia-Colin,   Dorothy  Jeffers.  Yolanda  Cadaval.  Irma  Williamson.  Lucille  Buzelli.  Joy  Alfonsi,  Janet  Haberkamp,  Marilyn  Moore 
Second  row:    Nancy  Popel,  Alicia  Garcia-Colin,  June  Netzel.  Elaine  Stark,  Nancy  Gloh,  Afrodite  Konstans,  Miriam  Arentsen,  Mrs.  Moore,  Carol  Weinrich, 

Romaine  Johns,  Kiki  Kotsiopoulos.  Marilee  Winger,  Amy  Dozier,  Lura  Sutton.  Martha  Messner 
Bottom  row:     Ruth  Langham.   Ruth   Porter.   Geraldine  Tondi.   Marjorie  Boyle,  Jaqueline  Stumbaugli,   Donna  Drew,  Martha  Whitmer.   Elizabeth  Jenner, 

Phyllis  Clark,  Marilyn  Mehlenbacher,  Barbara  Frank,  Marda  Hastings 
No?  in  panel :    Merle  Grollemond,  Virginia  Grollemond,  Lois  Ritchie,  Ruth  Olson.  Mary  Haas,  Dorsey  Davis 


Cagle  Hall 


:501    East  Armory 


Miriam  Arentsen.   president;  Afrodite   Konstans,   treasurer ;   Carol   Wein- 
rich, vice  president;  Rcmaine  Johns,  secretary 


398 


WGS 


Top  row:    Adrienne  1  erman,  social  chairman;  Joyce  Marcus,  president; 

Serene  Sachar,   vice  president;  Gloria  Dolins,  treasurer 
Bottom    row:     Sibyl    Kagen,    corresponding    secretary;    Joyce    Leviton, 

freshman  adviser;  Sandra  Romanoff,  recording  secretary 


EKT  Club 


1106  West  Oregon 


Top  row:    Eda  Dolins,  Gloria  Dolins,  Serene  Sachar,  Eileen  Fried.  Ilene  Silver 

Third  row:    Maurine  Weinstein,  Ellen  Bluethe,  Sibyl  Kagen,  Adrienne  Berinan.  Lorraine  Brodsky.  Joan  Werner.  Ethel  Naiditch 

Second  row:    Helene  Kaplan,  Lois  Lichter.  Roslyn  Worth.  Miss  Friedlander.  Joyce  Marcus,  Eileen  Golb.  Sue  Winchester.  Sandra  Romanoff 

Bottom  row:    Shiela  Colli,  Beverly  Shapiro,  Joyce  Leviton,  Ila  Saunders.  Eileen  Fish.  Judy  Reimer.  Eve  Edelstein 


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To,i  row:  Joan  Cohen,  Aya  Saiki,  Virginia  Lange.  Elizabeth  Oakes,  Mary  Carson,  Marilyn  Nelson,  Margaret  Tracy.  Edith  Williams,  Roxqne  Kainni, 
Patricia  Vallero,  Carol  Carlson,  Joyce  White,  Lynn   Bryant,  Betty  Anne  Charlson,  Wihna  Stack,  Marcia  Saar,  Yvonne  Seadin,  Patsy  Conlson 

Second  row:  Joan  Schur,  Mary  Ann  Weber,  Anne  Moyat,  Elizabeth  Hines,  Donna  Beck.  Marjorie  Oathont,  Nancy  Dare,  Joanne  Miller,  Joann  Glenn, 
Barbara  Baldridge,  Carolyn  Brewer,  Joan  Lower,  Lorraine  Geittmann,  Helen  Andrews,  Beverly  Acton,  Shirley  Layman,  Fay  Wayne,  Eva  Hirasnna 

Bottom  row:  Flora  Slutzker,  Lois  Dunn,  Janice  Harris,  Marilyn  Gaines.  Eileen  Ablin,  Frances  Adams,  Dorothy  Mielke,  Patricia  Griffin,  Margaret  Mulli- 
gan, Delores  Pinkston,  Erna  Westaway,  Gertrude  Danaher,  Beverly  Brissenden,  Ruth  Hortin,  Vera  Rimnac,  Mae  Matsumoto,  Toni  Mancuso,  Gloria 
Winkel.  Elaine  Nishimura.  Janet  Cox 


Evans  Hall 


111:3  West  Nevada 


Standing :  Beverly  Brissenden,  co-social  chairman;  Dorothy  Mielke,  social 
chairman;  Ruth  Hortin,  activity  chairman 

Seated:  Patricia  Griffin,  chairman,  hall  council;  Margaret  Mulligan, 
vice  president;  Alice  Cotter,  head  resident;  Delores  Pinkston,  presi- 
dent;   Gertrude    Danaher,   treasurer 

In,  front:    Erna  Westaway,  secretary 


Evans  Hall 


1115  West  Nevada 


Top  roc::  Patsy  Hardiman,  Bernadine  Bernhardt,  Bonnie  Wall],  Mary  Ricliiiian.  Barbara  Bluege,  Carol  Gurolnik,  Helen  O'Donnell,  Audrey  Blumenthal, 
Carolyn  Carlson,   Dorothy  Rinko,  Lucille  Muz/.arelli.  Carol  Neureuther,  Joanne  Riedel.  Anne  Anderson.  Nancy  Voknis,  Marjorie  Oplatka 

Second  row:  Anita  Stahl.  Carole  Reeinis.  Mary  Beniac,  Barbara  Sills,  Mary  Tressel,  Doris  Krull,  Constance  Berutti.  Irene  Sahlins,  Felicia  Serafinsky, 
Editha  Collymore,  Audrey  Diakiw,  Marilyn   Becker,  Marianne  Rohan.  Ruth  Gruendling,  Dixie  Shellow,  Janette  Bernhardt,   Diane  ( J I  i  c  k 

Bottom  row:  Anne  Fujita,  Miyeko  Katayama,  Winifred  Bodinus,  Mary  Lafkas.  Doris  Griva,  Laurellen  Porter,  Rebecca  Sargent,  Barbara  Anderson,  Alice 
Cotter,  head  resident;  Ellen  Salomaon,  Joan  Pantke.  Shirley  Shapiro,  Joyce  Whitmore,  Pauline  Weissinan.  Barbara  Ginsberg,   Enid  Pontius 


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T«y»  row:  Charlotte  Hogan.  Helen  Rossetti.  Judith  Konneker,  Rita  Schertz,  .loan  Tate,  Anne  Lewis.  Roberta  I'.eitnfolir,  Mae  Frances  Ford,  Patricia  Ren- 
ken,  Marilyn  Milleville,  Cynthia  Traughber 

Third  row:  Polly  Rebecca  Sanders.  Martha  Ruth  Large,  Martha  Bland,  Caryl  Towsley,  Dorothy  Drakeford,  Janet  Bayles,  Betty  Johnson.  Anna  Lu 
Meyer,  Joyce  Bolton,  Eva  Woodall.  Marilyn  Morine 

Second  roc::  Marjorio  Ash.  Muriel  Faw,  Edith  Bassler.  Barbara  Murphy,  Darlene  Guderjan,  Rita  Brazier,  Shirley  Erickson.  Jane  Brnbaker,  Orpha 
Crook.  Virginia  Sinclair 

Bottom  rmr :  (ieorgiana  Glover,  Phyllis  Whitehead.  Audrey  Nelson,  Delores  Hawks.  Julians  Ankenbrand,  Leon  a  Jean  Webb.  Nancy  Monroe,  Helen 
Brazier.  Carol  Firth.  Marilyn  Mieher,  Helen  Wilson 

Vol  in  panel:    Helen  Kroniat 


4-H  House 


202  East  Green 


Top  row:  Jane  Brnbaker.  corresponding  secretary;  Muriel  Faw,  house 
manager;  Edith  Bassler.  commissary;  Betty  Johnson,  social  chairmen 

Bottom  row:  Barbara  Murphy,  recording  secretary;  Darlene  Guderjan, 
president;   Rita  Brazier,   vice  president;   Helen  Kroniat,  treasurer 


Standing:    Johanna  Weisz,  secretary 

Seated:    Charlotte  Bender,    vice  president;  Louis.-  Rosengard,  president; 
Audrey  Braverman,  treasurer 


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11  Oh'   South  'I'liinl 


Top  rote:    Davida  Friedman,  Idele.  Margolis.  Gwen  Apjiel.  Adrienne  Karel.  Sherry  Soloman,  Barbara  Bornstein,  Joan  Brookstone,  Barbara  Bizar,  Anne 

Meyer,  Geraldine  Taymor,  Barbara  Schaner 
Third  row:    Judith  Kite.  Darlene  Schwartz,   Lorraine  Adatto,   Barbara  Greenberg,  Barbara  Cherney,  Fern  Schemberg,    Norma  Linkow,  Elaine  Tunick, 

Paula  Forkash,  Judy  Zucker,  Diane  Gallay,  Judith  Sie^al,  Estelle  Rose 
Second  row:    Audrey   Taymor.    Ruth   Moll,    Donna   Portnoy.    Johanna   Weisz.   Charlotte   Bender.   Louise   Rosentfard.   Audrey   Braverman.    Sandra   Balin, 

Marilyn  Mayer.  Luane  Falk.  Barbara  Baheall 
Bottom  row:    Judith  Rosenthal,  Nancy  Wolff.  Lona  Shapiro,  Charna  Sugarman,   Nina  Schwartz,  Malka  Mirvis,   Betty  Lipsitz,   Karen  Porter,   Alice  Feld- 

man,  Susan  Greenfield 
Xot  in  panel:    Evelyn  Pildes 


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Laurel  House 


:;07  East  John 


Top  row:    Doris  Slater,  treasurer;  Terez  Miller,  xrcretanj 
Bottom  rou  .-    Charlotte  Hell,  vice  president;  Sylvia  Bernstein,  pre 
Marilyn  Brandzel,  social  chairman 


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WGS 


Toi'  row:    Charmaine  Husak.  vice  president;  Dolores  Siegert,   president 
Bottom  row:    Lucille  Martis,  treasurer;  Carole  Podzimek,  social  chairman 


Leeman  Lodge 


309  East  John 


Top  row:    Norma  Lurtz,  Ruth  Rust.  Marvel  Kesler,  Prances  Friddle,  Barbara  Pokorny,  Bonnie  Easterly,  Margery  Halterman 

Third  row:    Barbara  Rogers,  Beverly  Bunting,  Marilyn  Hinsliaw,  Virginia  Frank.  Margaret  Kay.  Gladys  Whynot,  Judith  Tarr.  Patty  McKaughn,  Martha 

Simer 
Second  row:    Carolyn   Luton,  Carol  Woodcock,  Audrey  Kathleen  McCubbin,   Lucille  Martis.  Dolores  Siegert,  Carolyn  Travis.  Carole  Podzimek,  Charmaine 

Husak 
Bottom  row:    Marilyn  Douglas,  Shirley  Erickson,  .Martha  Sue  McQuown,  Beverly  Coale,  Carol  Weinbauer,  Cynthia  Jordan 


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To/i  row:     Mildred   Schwartz,   Audrey  Sonberg,   Delores   Matalin,  Joanne  Martie,  Arlene  Hoffman,   Nancy  G-illespie,   Janice   Pinsky,   Sue  Gordon,   Myra 

Andres.  Sarah  Gain,  Barbara  Rose 
Seventh  row:    Joyce  Grout,  Nancy  Dpsall,  Marian  Nelson.  Virginia  Kock,  Carolyn  James,  Gery  Stein,  Myrna  Campbell,  Barbara  Lerner,  Renate  Wind- 

mueller,   Margaret    Schlaeger,   Leila   Kaufman,  Jean   House,   Mary  Joan   Hanafin,   Rhoda   Denalrirg,   Donna  Lee  Jack,  Doris  Sutton 
Sixth,  row:    Phyllis  Gordon,  JoAnne  Kamradt.  Barbara   Litman.  Jo  Ann   Nehurka.  Ruth   Ivey,  Anna  Mover.  Florence  Overstreet.  Jean  Richardson,  Phyllis 

Janus.  Harriet  Alpert,  Judith  Ziedman,  Claire  Jacobson.  Roberta  Weiner.  Ruth  Epstein,  Mutya  Tirol,  Jayne  Christy 
Fifth  nnr:    Dorothy  Eckert.   Dorothy  Marchetti.   Diane  Lee  Asmundson,  Audrey  Kutilek,   Donna   Bachnian.  Marjorie  Main,  Merle  Smedberg,  Sandra  Lee 

Schwartz,   Mis.-.   Farris.   head  resident;   Charlene   Kofkin.   Joan   Truckenbrod,   Mary   Lou   Wise,    Nancy  Greene,    Betty   Birkhimer.   Gertrude  Skinner, 

Donna  Corydon,  Dorothy  Moriarty,  Mary  Joy  Vachta 
Fourth,   row:     Nancy   Gratigny,   Margaret   Quish,   Susan    Boyd,    Nancy   Mongerson,   Sara   Lee   Bergman,    Nancy   Diedrick,   Edith  Brockman,   Helen   Hines, 

Judith  Fink,  Evonne  Lenn,  Tbielma  Tirol.  Charlene  Appelbaum,  Sharna  Susler,  Gordana  Stojadinovick.  Adrienne  Smith 
Third  row:     Patricia  Trotter.  Bertha  Chandler.  Carolyn   Kolar.  Mary  Alice  Jacobs,  Ann  Novosad.  Nancy  Hoyt,  Ann  Smith,  Beverly  Thonert,  Gloria  Haem- 

ker,  Willie  Marie  Frazier,  Valjean  Jones.  Joyce  Berger,  Barbara  Eisendrath,  Florence  Schwartz,  Renee  Friedman.  Patricia  Fulton 
Second    row:    Geri   Wolf.   Frances  Bennett,   Geraldine  Werner,   Ruth   Posner,   Lila  Davis.   Elaine  Ruth,   Laverne  Ruth.   Sharon   Kruse,   Shirley  Zetcher. 

Beverly  Miller.  Davida  Solomon.  Ann  'Poles,  Gwendolyn  Ellison 
Bottom  row:    Barbara  Ransdell.  Miss  Irby.  assistant  head  resident;   Barbara   Dobrin,   Phyllis  Orlin.  Betty  Greenberg,  Pern  Goldstein.  Carole  Shanherg, 

Myra  Podvoll.  Donna  Garfield,  Judy  Trotsky 


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Top   row:     Mildred    Schwartz,   social   chain 

Frances  Izbicky,  secretary 
Bottom   roir:     Florence   Schwartz,    vice   president;  Renate  Windmueller, 

committee  coordinator;  Kathryn  Clifford,  treasurer 


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Top  row:    Margaret  Dolan,  secretary;  Wilma  Davis,  treasurer;  Jo  Anne 

Saline,  president;   Dorothy  Sylling,  committee  coordinator 
Bottom    row:      Karen    Krai,     vice    president;    Vivian    Kretshmer,    social 

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Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 


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1005   South   Lincoln 


Top  rot'-:    Dorothy  Knller,  Mary  Groves,  Marilyn  Lyons,  Sharon  Gorewit,  Roberta  Ginsburg,  Sarah  Elliott,  Auguste  Lehman.  Nancy  Clem.  Marian  Jankie- 

wicz,  Jean  Wollenhaupt,  Marilyn  Gillison,  Beverly  Miller 
Sixth   row:    Gloria   Paxinos,   Frances  Sherman,   Edith  Vinik.   Lee  Armstrong,   Francine  Hirsch.  Barbara  Levenson,  Judith  Rotman,  Ruth  Westlake,  Kuth 

Butler,  Mary  Morotti,  Helen  Keith,  Exia  Hnckel,  Anne  Learmonth,  Shirley  Miller,  Virginia  Halligan,  Joan  Pilot 
Fifth  roc.-    Joan  Jacobson,  Lillian  Blustein,  Donna  Meils,  Janet  Gronberg,  Geraldine  Ryndak,  Frances  Bombino,  Ann  Winters,  Marilyn  Koucky,  Margaret 

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Thelma  Armstrong.  Verna  Davis,  Mary  Ka/.arian.  Patricia  Jensen.  Wilma  Davis.  Miss  Thackarey,  Vivian  Kretshmer 
ird   row:     Bertha   Sternberg,   Jerili   Romeo,   Jean   Ayson,   Jean   Loitz,   Sarah   Corrigan,   Mary   Amsteen,    Nancy   Hilpp,    Lois   Stansbury,   Mary   McPhail, 
Margaret  Francis,  Carol  Andrews,  Anne  Bages,  Joan  Goodmiller,  Marlene  Tornow,  Helen  Farley,  Joan  Mattson 
Second  row:    Diane  Aimer,  Jane  Zebrowski,  Rae  Starr,   Barbara  Jean   Scott,  Gloria   Becker,   Constance  Sucherman,  Marsha  Kanzelbaum.   Reeva  Katter, 

Bettv  Kaiser.  Bernadette  Rubis.  Mary  Ann  Florio,  Floy  Rowland,  Janice  Sielien.  Linda  Hanson,  Sally  Ward 
Bottom   row:     Barbara  Weprainsky,  Harriet  Weinberg,  Arline  Newman,  Joyce  Sigel,  Sheila  Rezman,  Manrine  Kelley.  Rosalie  Watkins,  Sherri  Zuckerman. 

Joanne  Lucey,  Marietta  Kaplan,  Bonnie  Tianco,  Concetta  Pecora,  Rila  Orga,  Audrey  Grobman,  Leonora  Stryk 
Not  in  panel:    Jean  Tirohn 


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North   Darm —  Tup   row:     Eldonna   Fisher.   Ann   Barber,   Virginia   Poirot,   Mary    CTffelman,   Imoeleanor  .limes.    SI 

Melms.  Audrey  Kntilik.    Mildred   Jemilo 
Seventh  row:    Roberta  Kadison,  Hermine  Berenson,  Carole  Puhrken,  Marian  Blakely,  Luis  Jacobson,  Diane  Keer,  Yadelle  Alpern,  Eleda  Fenn.  Jane  King, 

June  Mi  \Nair.  I  la  Miller.  Alice  Smith,  Marilyn  Marehok 
Sixth  row:    Roby  Greenberg,  Sarah  Allen,  Lila  Alexander,  Nancy  Broaddus,  Arlene  Hershman.  Ann  Frankel,  Barbara  Bender,  Marilyn  Duly,  Carole  Clark, 

Ann  Casey,  Joan  Altera,  Janet  Flowers.  Mary  Gmelieh.  Stephie  Kiniak,  Yvonne  Springer 
Fifth  roit':    Harriet  Ward.  Use  Haupt,  Dolores  Uebele,  Eleanor  Willstead,  Serna  Silverstein,  Gloria  Filurin,  Barbara  Lipschultz,  Margaret  Loucks,  Judith 

Zink.  Merle  Friedman,  Phyllis  Miner.  Barbara  Sandquist,  Maria  Finaldi,  Julia  Bui  bunas,  Muriel  Wills 
Fourth  row:     Betty   I'erlinutter.  Ruth  Skadden,   Phyllis  Anderson,  Margaret  McLaughlin,  Betty  Blumenthal,  Carol  Warren.   Patricia  McCoy,  Elaine  Wil- 
liams, Vivienne  Rose.  Joan  Lundstrom,  Christine  Hansen.  Laura  Tripp,  Sandra  Greenberg,  Ruby  Kallick.  Sarah  Currier,  Joan  Woll 
Third  raw:    Theodore.  Tompis,  Gerry  Charvat,   Harriett  Dawson.   LaDorothy  Graves,  Beverly  Babcock,   Lolita  Woodard,  Ruie  Harriss,  Kathryn  Clifford, 

Marjorio  Henn,  Frances  Davidson.  Lois  Schulz 
Second  row:    Jano  Miller,  Joan  Davis,  Mary  Pinkerton.  Athena  Yandarakis,  Marian  Zarit,  Lorraine  Weinberg,  Carol  Mayer,  Patricia  Moeth,  Rosemarie 

Zack.  Bonnie  McManus.  Marilyn  Brown.  Norma  McClure 
Bottom  row:    Carol  Rossman.   Joyce  Adler,  Marilyn   Scheurer,    Dorothea   Laiho,  Nina   Collins,   Patti  Gibson,   Fiances   Beyer,    Lucile  Grant,  Leah  Truxell, 

Laura  Chadwick.   Dolores  Zajicek 


Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 


1005  South  Lincoln 


Siiiilh  Dorm — To/i  row:  Marcia  Leuchter,  Barbara  Russell.  Joanne  Puckert,  Faith  Mitrovich,  Joanne  Carlson.  Anna  Mae  Bozis,  Connie  Juliussen,  Wini- 
fred Phillips,  Barbara  Martinec,  Gloria  Dedrick.  Joyce  Larson 

Fifth  raw:  Margaret  Graham,  Ruth,  Metzler,  Lillian  Holler,  Jeanne  Rayney,  Sandra  Simon.  Dorothy  Sylling,  Idelle  Friedman,  Joyce  MacDonald.  Mary 
Cheze,  Roberts  McGill,  Carol  Lundin.  Beulah  Goodwin.  Janet  Wolfson,  Lorraine  Roulette,  Betty  Priggie,  Sharon  Frame.  Marjorie  Smith,  Carolyn 
Campbell,  Dorine  Chancellor,  Lenore  Skillman,  Mary  Betzold,  Ruth  Norby. 

Fourth  row:  Jacquelyn  Gale,  Similar  Hirsch,  Sarah  Carol  Coulter,  Sylvia  Block,  Tobey  Margolis,  Margaret  La  Rowe.  Lila  Parker.  Sally  Reeves,  Marion 
l>aus.  Barbara  Schwartz.  Barbara  Mangel,  -lean  Smith.  Diane  Kelfstrom,  Kline  Benson,  Ann  Kuehn,  Dolores  Brence 

Third  roii-:  Shirley  Stewart.  Julia  Davidson.  Joan  Manuel.  Betty  Vickers,  Peggy  Handley,  Sally  Froman.  Carol  McElhany,  Diane  Maltas.  Cordelia  Wil- 
son. Joanne  Saline.  Shirley  Cermak.  Lucy  Vaegfeld,  Georgine  Stough,  Helen   Kausic,  Donna  Ross 

Second  row .-  Doris  Pearson,  Jonne  Rayney,  Martha  Moar,  Marlyn  Ebert,  Carol  Stewart.  Elaine  Jacobs,  Maoni  Hershman,  Marlene  Horberg,  Joann 
Rezny,   Catherine  Waldman,   Marie  Pierobon,   Diane  Barkei,  Claire  Erger,  Gail  Arfstrom,  Joan  Gujer,  Carolyn   Rostic,   Marianne  Olson 

Bottom  roc.'  Rosemarie  Kaye.  Barbara  Berger,  Marie  lies.  Georgia  Miller.  Margaret  Dolan,  Alice  Spirakes,  Anita  Magana,  Elaine  Zidell,  Judith  Simon, 
Claudetto  Grifsby,  Shirley  Engelbrecht,  Nancy  Grossman,  Darlene  Schuessler,  Mary  Tappero,  Karen  Krai 


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Standing :    Jean  Dodd,  president;  Joan  Dawson,  virr  president;  Delorc 

Gillen,   treasurer 
Seated:    Suzanne  Simms,  secretary;  Carolyn  Willms,  social  chairman 


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Sally  ZaiiK.  Dorothea  Dankes.  Gretehen  Gibbons,  Ann  Neasle,  Barbara  Johnson,  Joan  Lathen,  Barbara  Dostal,  Delores  Gillan,  Nancy  Clark. 
acMiilan,  Mary  Wheeler,  Shirley  Searcy,  Shirley  Giesecke,  Diane  Hawes,  Jean  Murray,  Ann  Beals,  Marjorie  Thompson,  Adair  Geiger 


Top  row:    Dona  Carlson.  Suzanne  Simins.  Jacqueline  Aldridge,  Kay  Kramer,  Joan  Schick,  Margaret  Dryden,  Darlene  Zeman,  Mary  Vibert.  Joanne  Lime- 

stall.  Janice  Mathews,  Carole  Zingheim,  Victoria  Razmo,  Doris  Rosenau,  Carolyn  Willms,  Suzanne  Shaw.  .Mary  Zimmerman,  Victoria  Pappas 
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Second   row:     Bonnie   Munro.   Joan    Beckerer,   Margaret   Beach,   Gladys   Dodd,   Patricia   Rzegocki,   Barbara    Hyzy,    Barbara    Rooney,   Mrs.    Phillips,  Jean 

Barnes,  Jean  Noffsinger,  Audrey  Aulwurm,  Audrey  Ross.  Helen  Hill,  Carolyn  Hart,   loan  Brown 
Bottom  row:     Wanda   Hainm.  .loan    Dawson.   Barbara  Flynn.  .Tayne  Johnson.   Marie  Irving,    Patricia   Bosse,   Vera   Diemer,  Shirley  Small.  Marilyn   Nelson. 

Prances  Watkins,  Phyllis  Erlandson,  Verna  Dushek.  Fern  Snider.  Josephine  Smania 
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7'"/.    row:     -Mary    Berta.   Jessie   Green,   Roberta    Edwards,   Audrey   Swanson,    Norma    Kuntv..    Nancy    I'.olm.   Geraldine   Knight.   Vivian   Leverenz,   Pauline 

V'arner,  Virginia  Ostermeier 
Thin',  row:     Shirley   Smith,   Shirley  Rodine,   Nola  Knight,   Helen   Player,  Ellen  Abbott.  Judith  Hoffman.  Eleanor  Rollo,  Janet  Bradford,  Maryruth  Wood, 

Ann  Matthews,   Doris  Knox 
Second  row:    Roslyn  Kahle.   Isabelle  Sorbie.   Doris   Leith.   Jean   Walker,   Viva  Moody.   Carolyn   Kelly,   Mary  Armstrong,   Peggy  Inman,   Susan  Jennings, 

Betty  Jane  Terhune,  Audrey  Decker,  Mary  Cleland 
Bottom  row:    Phyllis  Stolz.   Deidre  Cox.  Charmian  Clem.  Marilyn  Crawford.   Phyllis  Hihb.  Carol   Patrick,  Carol  Carmean,  Shirley  Beeson,  Beth  Feldman, 

Virginia  Portney,  Geraldine  Kruger,  Ruth  McNab,  Enid  Ewing 
Not  in  panel:    June  Becka,  Frances  Coleman 


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Standing:     Peggy   Inman,  vice  president;  Mary  Cleland,  treasurer 
Seated:    Mary  Berta,  freshman  advisor;  Audrey  Decker,  secretary;  Betty 
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Donna  Gaddis,  vice  president;  Helen  Wasserman,  social  chairman;  Joan 
Fife,   treasurer;   Mary  Melnnis,  secretary;   Roberta  Russell,  president 


Sherwood  Lodge 


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Top  row:  Helen  Bernoudy,  Patricia  Koster,  Myrna  Rasmussen,  Eileen  Stanock,  Maryann  Marsh,  Sandra  Scribano,  Arlene  Jelenek,  Phyllis  Todson, 
Marjory  Purcell,  Mary  Mrjenovich,  Eileen  Sekera,  Dianne  Baxter.  Jeanne  Tbormablen,  Shannon  Murphy 

Third  row:  Phyllis  Kennedy.  Marie  Yezek.  Joy  Kallio.  Lois  Doxey.  Arlene  Shaddock.  Josephine  Hendricks.  Donna  Cowan.  Rosemary  -Menard.  Gail 
MacParland,  Jacqueline  Blaine.  Stephanie  Clark,  Patricia  Brandt,  Ruth  Robinson,  Jeanne  Beanchini 

Second  row:  Margaret  Hamnion,  La  Verne  Lanciloti.  Sandra  Anderson.  Roberta  Russell.  Joan  Fife,  Helene  Wasserman.  Mrs.  Robinson,  Roberta  Leon- 
ardo. Jacquelyn  Spielinan,  Jodell  Brewster,  Ruth  Sabine,  Donna  Gaddis.  Eleanor  Bohacek 

Bottom  raw:  Nina  Nilsson,  Glorya  May.  Jaunita  Sedziak,  Alice  Szulc,  Joan  MacCrimmon,  Sbirlene  Rush.  Barbara  Becker.  Sandra  Kasper.  Shirley 
Ray,  Theresa  Corradini,  Charlotte  McDonald,  Susan  Emrich,  Joyce  Hunter 

Not  in  panel:   Gladys  Baumann,  Mary  Melnnis 


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Tuj>  row:    Sadie   Poinsett,   Frances   Bender,  Florence  Goy,  Mary  McKee,   Lisa  (ialain,   Marilyn  Spitzer,  Peggy  Klein,  Frances  Smith,  Margaret   Bortell, 

Phylis  Russell,  Mary  Davis 
Second  row:    Nancy  Jones,  Janet  Taylor,  Doris  Crist,  Mary  Roser,  Marilyn  Petrini,  Virginia  Bonn,  Lcuise  Dusenberry,  Phyllis  Stern,  Patricia  Blue, 

Mary  Huntwork 
Bottom  row:    Marlene  Shepard,  Shirley  Wheeler.  Joyce  Underhile.  Wanda  Bloomquist,  Mrs.  Minton,  Marie  Hedeen.  Barbara  Jessen,  Beverly  Blue,  Helen 

Carter 


Stratford  House 


312    Fast    Daniel 


Top  row:  Helen  Cartel-,  chaplain;  Beverly  Itlue.  social  chairman;  Marie 
Hedeen.  president;  .Marlene  Shepard,  assistant  social  chairman; 
Barbara  .lessen,  commissar 

Bottom  row:  Joyce  Underhile,  treasurer;  Shirley  Wheeler,  secretary; 
Wanda  Bloomquist,   rirr  president 


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Top  row.     Katherine  Belief?,  Dorothy   Englebretsen,  Trudi  Hoffman,  Florence  McFarlin.   Barbara  Kohdy,  .Suzanne  Leonard,   Phyllis  Long,   Joan  Moran, 

Florence  Harris,  Jeannenne  Loar,  Diana  Sabatello 
Second  row:    Alberta  Schmidt,  Joanne  Rae.  Nancy  Wilkison,  secretary-treasurer ;  Barbara  Hill,  president;  Norma  Harshbarger,  vice  president;  Charlene 

Geminn,  co-social  chairman;  Marilou  Osinske 
Bottom  row:    Nancy  Newton,   Verdean   Neill,   Barbara  Connor,   Lnella   Hall,   Sarah   Hodgson,   Margery  Warfield.   Gwendolyn   Cantrell,   Helen   Moody 
I\'ot  in  panel :    Marilyn  Hoyt,  co-social  chairman;  Mary  Hearing,  Virginia  Erickson.  Colette  Wach 


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Alpha  House 


1207  West  Springfield 


Top  row:    Shirley  Bycroft,  Ann  Hickman,  Irma  Lee  Payne 
Third  row:    Wilma  Hickman,  Nora  Crown,  Muriel  Stark.  Reta  Miller 

Second  row:   Anita  Lashner,  Alice  Hudecek,  Nadia  Strotshuk,  Louise  Cook,  Karyl  Sellmyer 

Bottom  row:    Carol  Selle,  freshman  adviser;  Eugenie  Jones,   vice  president;  Mrs.   Barbre,   Doris  Sandlund,  president :   Irene  Osvald,  secretary-treasurer; 
Connie  Ogan.  social  chairman 


Top  row      Ann  Weaver.  Eileen  Chapman.  Marguerite  Maloney,  Wylnia  Eriekson.  Madonna  Miller,  Norma  Jean  Koplin,  Patricia  Moore 

Second  row:    Susan   Woolley,   Sue  Sehurman,   Gloria  Wenzel.  Jeannette  Biedo,  Laurel  Smith,  Suzanne  Elfgren,   Patricia  Biama,   Elizabeth  Euteneuer, 

Virginia  Varney  ,  _, 

Bottom    row:    Jean   Ringenberg,  historian:   Patricia   Paulik,  social  chairman;  Mary  Ann  Costello,  secretary;  Ruth  Greener,  president;  Dolores  Curry, 

vice  president;  Kathryn  Fitzgerald,  treasurer;  Myra  Teplitz 


Beau  Chateau 


20b  East  Green 


Beta  House 


901   South  Lincoln 


Top  row:    Marjorie  Ferguson.  Alice  Shepherd.  Stella  Lyman.  Jean  Mowat,  Luda  Luinys.  Elizabeth  Real,  Francis  Otis 

Second  roir  :    Jo  Ann  Turner,  Gwen  Kagv,  Marjorie  McCormick,  Janet  Vaughn,  Judith  Smith.  Karalyn  Schenck,  Gayle  Goodin 

Bottom  row:    Marie  Hans,  Lois  Kudzma,  freshman  advisor;  Alice  Froehling.  .socio/  chairman;  Mary  Lou  Pate,  president;  Elizabeth  Huck.  vice  president; 

Beverly  Wheeler,  secretary-treasurer ;  Adele  Haven 
Not  in  panel :    Vivienne  Huffman 


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Top  /«(!.■   Jean  Kruger,  Fern  Brase,  Roma  Underwood,  Dorothy  Laitchka 

Second  row:    Nancy  Thorp,  Pearl  Hanebutt,  Lorna  Hoge,  .loan  Martin,  lSetty  .Monroe.  Oma  Learn 

Bottom  row:    Charlotto  Cloos,  freshman  adviser;  Marilyn   Nelson,  social  chairman;  Sally   Emrich,  president;  Marilyn   Handrock,   pice  president;   Laura 
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Host  House 


903  West  Nevada 


Top  row:    Donna  Dice,  Judith  Hirshfield,  Carolyn   Poy,  Lois  Greenberg,  Barbara  Smith.  Dorothy   House.  Shirley  Kitz.  Marilyn  Sayers,  Arline  Schiff 
Second  row:    Jeanne   Dnndon,   treasurer;  Beverly  Renter,  secretary;  Carol   Patterson,  social  chairman;   Mrs.   Tillitson.   Alice   Lakey,   president;    Naomi 

Bransch,  house  manager;  Shirley  Lentz 
Bottom  rote:    Persis  Steck,  Jean  Grippe,  Ruth  Albers.  Marvis  Enquist,  Nancy  Webber,  Jean  Knsy 


Top  row.    Louise  Riff,   Harriet   McLaughlin,  Jane  Miller,   Lorraine  Lamet.  Frances  Gambill,  Gwen   Suckman,  Sharon  Feldman.  Resa  Donatli,  Rosalyn 

Plotnik,  Sari  Rubenstein 
Second    row:     Barbara    Bestow,    Rose   Balikov,    Renee    West.    Gloria    Spear.    Bernice    Lavin.    Mildred    Shabelman,   Jean    Cohen,    Rubey   Frasier,    Marian 

Diamond,  Faga  Robinson,  Annette  Premack 
Bottom   ma-,     Mary   Rita  Kaplan.   Rutli   Hull,   Rea  Aidlin,   treasurer;   Diana   Mintzer,   vice  president;   Ursula  Frankel.  president;  Mrs.  Corneil,  Gloria 

Cardwell.  secretary;  Maureen  Murphy,  freshman  adviser;  Joan  Blitstein,  Patricia  Waller 


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909  West.  Illinois 


Top  roic:     Barbara   Kaplan,   Sue  Ann   Yaver,  Carol   Weinberg,   Phyllis  Krone,  Charlene  Segal.   Arlene  Fishman,   Beverly  Begoon,   Lenore  Cantor,   Sonia 

Fischmann 
Second    row:     Rhoda    Weinstein.    Marilyn    Schutz,   Judith    Bremer.    Audrey   Kramen,    Sondra    Sharfmau.    Caryl    Lynn    Samuels.    Corinne   Travis,    Elaine 

Gordon,  Elaine  Jaffe 
Bottom   row:    Sandee  Tatelbame.  Janet  Cohn.   treasurer;   Barbara  Klein,  secretary;   Frieda  Wallk,  president;   Maxine  Rudman,  social  chairman;  Lois 

Schiff,  vice  president;  Roberta  Zimmerman,  Joanne  Rubin 
Not  in  panel :    Judith  Weininger,  Elaine  Michaels 


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Top  row:   Phyllis  Terrana,  Sonja  Kuoppala,  Carol  Riley.  Lorraine  Debiasio,  ELarriette  Rabinak,  Dolores  Lassan,  Marianna  Wood 
Second  row :   Mary  Weeg,  Joan  Kirts,  Beatriz  Fernandez.  Sharon  Larson,  Maroia  Werderitsch,  Bernadette  Perona,  Lee  Thome 

Bottom  rote:     Joan   Posateri.   Margaret  Lahey.   secretary;  Joanne   Mover,    vice  president;   Geraldine   Caddy,   president;   Ardell   Arniini,   social  chairman; 
June  Kneteineyer.   treasurer;    Barbara   Schoffen 


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1007  South  Fifth 


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Top  row  :    Joan  Crane,  Marianne  Casey.  Dolores  Ahrens.  Mania  Hastings,  president;  Marilyn  Kay  Shaffer,  treasurer;  Carol  Steers 

Bottom  row:    Klaine  Kihn,  Rose  Marie  Vanillin,  secretary;  Nanjean  Carver,  vice  president;  Janice  Runyanl.  social  chairman;  Barbara  Frank 


Perseverance  House 


1204  West  Springfield 


Petite  Maison 


40H  East  Green 


Top  row:    Louise  Zwicky,  Norma  Francis,  Nancy  Butler,  Eleanor  Porter 

Second  row:    Kathleen  Sihauh.  Helen  Signor,  Isabel  Robinson,  Barbara  Kaleta.  Joan  Potter 

Bottom   roic:     Susan  Crandall,    Mary   Baird,   secretary-treasurer;  Anne  Potthast,   president;   Lorraine  Hofmann, 
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Top  row:    Ann  Simons.  Carol  Nydam,  Carol  Marling,  Mary  Harlow.  Mary  Baird,  Mary  Anno  Sehurla,  Mary  Jane  Gholson,  Mary  Ban  noil 

Second  row:    Dagraar  Stibolt,  .loan  Waitkus,  Beverly  Sal/.man.  Patricia  Glyn,  Dolores  Brown.  Mary  Ida  Jackson.  Joan  Bliss.  Alice  Rothcliilcl 

Bottom  rote:     Barbara  Steger.  Jean  Myers.  Janice  Whitaker,  secretary;  Marilyn  Minks,  president;  Frances  Clauser,   rirc  president;  Marx    Helen   Ham 

ton,  treasurer;  Joan  Danielson.  social  chairman 
Not  in  panel :    Dorothy  Stanley 


Price  Club 


707   South  Sixth 


The  Summit 


'J  I  'J  East  Green 


Top  row:   Caryl  Neuhaus,  Dolores  Pauling.  Joan  Hradek,  Dianne  Tostenson,  Amelia  Gaza,  Meralyn  Johnson.  Gael  Greig 

Third  row:    Joanne  Friedman.   Romayne  Goranson,  Gloria  Andrews.  Cynthia  Wallace.  Darlene  Slant.  Shelia  Courter,  Joan  Johnson,  Judy  Martin.  Susa:i 

Blakeslee,   Lila   Blitsch 
Second  roc  :    Miriam  Kite,   Marie  Paso,  secretary;   Kileen   Grigalnnas,  president;  Mrs.  Abernathy.   Barbara   Bark,   rice  president;  Joan  Melco,  treasurer; 

Anna  Mae  Williams 
Bottom  row:    Virginia  Foertsch,  Elaine  Miolli,  Arlene  Wonsoff,  Mary  Louise  Walters,  Patricia  Burns.  Lillian  Mackey 


419 


1'ui>  row:    Iva  Jean  Eadie.  Kathleen  Edmeier,  Donna  Green.  Juanita  Campbell,  Cecilia  Zralka,   Nancy  Tilroe,  freshman  advisor;  Joanne  Clayton,  Mrs. 

Hansen 
Bottom   row:    -Mary  Garinan.   Joanna    McBride,   social  chairman;   Irene  Marzano,   Betty   Siegal,   Annette   Dober,   Lynne  Wonderlin,  Margaret  Rigsbey, 

president;   Clarissa   Adams 


Vanlig 


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Wescoga 


1209  West  Green 


Top  row:    Bette  Hammond,  Mary  Ann  Hard,  Velma  Rnss,  Charlotte  Cumby,  Janice  Selle 

Bottom  row:    Lilo  Blasberg,  socio/  chairman;  Mary  Jo  Wylder,  treasurer;   Donna  Harmsen,  president;  Mrs.  Holton,  Corinne  Dinner,  secretary;  Beverly 

Buder,   vice  president;  Bonnie  Nakaimira 
Xot  in  panel:    Gay  Hunter 


420 


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Eric  Edwin  Aagaakd Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau ;   Phi   Eta   Sigma :    Pi   Tau  Sig- 
ma:   Illinois  Teohnograph   (•_',   3,  4);   Engi 
neering    Council     (4);     Second    Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC;   Tan    \u   Tau:   A.S.M.E. 
Honors   Day    (1,   3) 


ClRO    Fred    Abbate Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and    Sciences 
Mathematics 
Physics   Society;   Young  Republicans  Club 
Illinois    Institute    of    Technology 


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Boris  Mae  Adamson Leonore 

Education 

Eleme  n la  ry  Educa  t  io  n 

Alpha  Omicron  Pi 

The  Daily  Illini    11):    mini  Theatre  Guild 

Manager  (  1)  :  House  President  (4)  ;  French 

Club 


Donald   ADKISSON Roseville 

Agriculture 
General   Agriralture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha    Zeta;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof    and 
Horn  Club 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Akram    Sabir   Abdul-Kadir. Kirkuk,   Iraq 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ;    Moslem   Students  Associa- 
tion 

American    University   of   Beirut 


Ezra    Aberle Thauville 

Agriculture 
Vocational   A grirulture 
Son's  Home 
Alpha   Tau   Alpha ;    Agricultural    Education 
Club 


Alan  Alvin  Ackekman Peoria 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Anthropology   Club:    Marketing  Club 
Honors  Day   (3) 


Lillian  Hornetta  Adams. East  St.  Louis 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Delta  Sigma  Theta 
Pi  Delta  Phi:  Women's  Glee  Club  (4)  ;  Il- 
lini    Christian      Fellowship      (4)  ;     French 
Club;    Young   Democrats   Club 


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Frank   Jerome   Adleman. 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman  Hall 


.Springfield 


Alice  Alayne  Ahbe Be*  Plaints 

Education 
Chemistry 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Y.YV.C.A.   Committee    (3);   Terrapin   (3,  4) 
Lawrence  College 


Carl  William  Ahrens St.  Anne 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Sachem;    Tomahawk:    Phi    Epsilon   Kappa; 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (3):    Tribe   of   Illini; 
Varsity    Baseball    Squad    (2,    3,    4),    Letter 
(2,     3,     4);     Freshman     Varsity     Baseball 
Squad;   Varsity  Basketball    (2);   Freshman 
Varsity    Basketball    Squad :     Student    Reli- 
gious    Council     (3);     Captain,     Air    Force 
ROTC 
Honors  Day   ( 1) 


Dale  Michel  Akers Quincy 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Acacia 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (3) 

Quincy  College 


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Richard   Walsh   Adams Collmsville 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Architectural   Engineering 
A.I.A. ;  A.S.C.E. 

Navy    Pier   Extension    of    the   University 
of   Illinois 


424 


Robert   Reed  Adams Affton,  Mo. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music  Education 

Phi  Mn  Alpha-Sinf onia ;   Concert  Band   (1, 

2,  3,    4);    Football    Marching   Band    (1,   2, 

3,  4);   Men's  Glee  Club   (2,   3,  4) 


Vivian  Delano  Adams.  .  .  .East  St.  Louis 
Liberal   Arts   and    Sciences 
Speech    Correct  inn 
Delta   Sigma  Theta 
Illini     Union     Committee      (1):     Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet   (3,  4);   Campus  Chest   (1);  House 
President    (3);    Women's    Clee    Club    (4); 
Illini    Christian    Fellowship     (4)  ;     Panhel- 
lenic    Ball    Committee     (4);    French    Club; 
Illini    Forensic   Association;    Young    Demo- 
crats Club 


Joseph  Alaimo Calumet  City 

Commerce 
Finance 
Theta  Chi 
Second   Lieutenant,    Army   ROTC;    Finance 
Club 

Indiana  University 


Albert  William  Alhrecht,  Jr.  .McHenry 

Engineering 

General  Engineering 

Granada 

Illini   Union   Committee    (1):    Military  Ball 

Committee   (3)  :   Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC; 

Phalanx;  A.S.M.E. 

Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Erwin  William  Alhrecht 

Arlington  Heights 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Dairy  Technology  Society 


Edward  Aldridge Hazel  Crest 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 

Theta  Xi 


August  John  Alexander 

Cambria  Heights,  N.  Y. 


Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 


M.I.S. 


Frank  Albert  Altera Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Accountancy  Club;    Finance   Club;    Market- 
ing  Club;    Rifle    and    Pistol    Club;    Society 
for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Her/.l  Junior  College 


Joan  Marie  Altera Riverside 

Pine  and  Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue   Residence 
Grinnell  College 


Cyrus  Andrew  Alexander Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Political  Science 
College  Hall 
\<;v.    Fur  Alumni    V ■..-.ocn.tion     So:i;ty  fcr 
the  Advancement   of   Management:    Spanish 
Club;     Student    Junior    Chamber    of    Com- 
merce; Young  Democrats  Club 


PH  I 


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Nancy  Dr  Vall  Asm Champaign 

Journalism 

Radio 

Alpha  Gamma  Delta 

Theta  Sigma  Phi:  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (1)  ; 

Women's    Gleen    Club    (1.    2,    3,    4);    WILL 

(1.  2,  4) 


JOY  Lee  Alfonsi TaylorvUle 

Education 
French 

Cagle  Hall 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew   (4);  W.A.A.    (1. 
2) 

Christian  College 


Charles  Melvyn  Am  funk Waterloo 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 

Graham  Lodge 

Phi   Alpha   Xi;    Illini    Christian    Fellowship 

(2,  :'>.  4)  ;   Arnold  Air  Society;  Floriculture 

Club,  president  (4) 


Eleanor  Doris  Allen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Busey  Hall 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta;  Star  Course  Manager 
(2) 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


Allan  William  Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Alan  Harel  Allison East  Peoria 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
First  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC  :   Arnold 
Air  Society:    Accountancy  Club 


Olindo  Omero  Alo Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Spanish 
Sigma  Delta  Pi;   Orchesis   (3,  4);   Spanish 
Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John   Alters.   Jr Colfax 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
Ma-Wan-Da;   Sachem;   Skull  and  Crescent; 
Star  Course  Manager   (1,  2.  3,  4);  Concert 
and  Entertainment   Board   (4)  ;   First  Lieu- 
tenant, Air  Force  ROTC 


John   Raymond  Altenhoff Joliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi   Tan    Sigma,    president    (4);    A.S.M.E.; 
S.A.E. 

Joliet  Junior  College 


MM 


Charles  Henry  Anderson Lineal,, 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club 

Lincoln  junior  College 


Dean  Frederic  Anderson Oak  Park 

Agriculture 
General   A  griculture 
Sigma  Chi 
Alpha  Zeta;  Freshman  Varsity  Cross  Coun- 
try   Squad ;    Freshman    Varsity    Basketball 
Squad;  Freshman  Varsity  Wrestling  Squad  ; 
IM  Rec  Board   (3,   4)  ;    Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta 
Honors  Day  (1) 


Edward  Lawrence  Anderson,  Jr. 

Chicago 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Mansion 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 

Roosevelt   College:    Navy   Pier   Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Elizabeth  Casler  Anderson.  .  .  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
General 
University  Chorus   (4) 

Transylvania  College:  American  Univer- 
sity; Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University 
of  Illinois 


425 


Gerald  Edmund  Anderson Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Moore  Hall 
Illmi    Christian    Fellowship    (3,    4  k    Navy 
Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William    Delbert   Anderson.  ..  .Minonk 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma  Chi 
Alpha    Kappa   Psi ;    Freshman   Varsity  Bas- 
ketball Squad;    Freshman    Varsity   Baseball 
Squad 

Bradley  University 


James  Russell  Anderson . Cleveland,  Ohio 
Liberal  Arts  and  .Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Social  Studies 
Colonial  Arms 
Campus  Chest   (3);    University  Chorus   (3, 
4)  ;  Junior  Men's  Glee  Club  (1,  2,  3)  ;  Edu- 
cation  Forum  (2):    Pershing  Rifles;  Young 
Republicans  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2  ) 


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Nancy  Carolyn  Andrews Decatur 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Phi  Mu 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1) 


John  Alfred  Anderson.  .Cincinnati,  Ohio 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta  Phi 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:  Alpha  Phi  Omega:  Univer- 
sity  Choir    (3,   4);    Men's  Glee  Club    (1,   2. 
3.  4)  ;   Pershing  Rifles 
Honors  Day   (  1 ) 


Paul  Melvin  Aney ChandlervUU 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;    Eta   Kappa  Nu :    Major   I; 
Tribe  of  Illini;    Intramural  Manager   (1,  2, 
3,    4);    Senior   Recreational   Manager    (1); 
IM  Rec  Board   (3,  4)  ;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day    (1,   2.    3);    University  of   Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


John  Arthur  Anderson Radford 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Triangle  Fraternity 
Illinois   Teehnograph    (2.    3);    Arnold   Air 
Society;   A.S.A.E. 


Robert  Arnold  Anovitz Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Flagg  House 
A. I. A. 

Roosevelt  College;    Navy   Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Phyllis  Jean  Anderson Carmi 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Busey  Hall 
V.W.C.A.  Committee   (2);   House  President 
i4):     Concert,    Band     (3,    4);    First    Regi- 
mental Band   (1.   2);    University  Choir   (I, 
2.    3,   4);   Women's   Glee  Club    t'l);    Madri- 
gal Chorus   (3):   Oratorio  Society   (1) 


Richard  Anderson Kinzua,  Penn. 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Zeta  Psi 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;  Commerce  Council   (4); 
Second   Lieutenant,    Army   ROTC ;    Phi   Chi 
Eta:  Marketing  Club 


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Stanley  Aloysivs  Appelt Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Stanley  Earl  Arden Chicago 

Law 
Law 
Flagg  House 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;   Alpha   Delta   Sigma;   The 
Daily   Illini    (3);    Junior   Bar  Association; 
Marketing  Club;   Praetorians 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

University  of  Wisconsin 


426 


Robert   Harold   Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Sigma   Tan;    Chi    Epsilon;    Freshman   Var- 
sity Football  Squail;  Captain,  Armv  ROTC; 
Tau  Nu  Tan 


Sam ira   Anderson Glen  Elli/n 

Liberal  Arts  and    Sciences 

English 

Delta  (lamina 

Illini     Union     Committee      (2);      Y.W.C.A. 

Committee    (1,   2);   Campus  Chest,   (4);   In- 

terfraternity  Ball  Committee  (1) 


Sandra  May  Anderson Peoria 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Philosophy 
Sherwood  Lodge 
Alpha  Kappa  Delta  :  Illini  Union  Committee 
(4)  :  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (3,  4)  ;  Uni- 
versity Choir  (3,  4)  ;  Madrigal  Chorus  (4)  ; 
Oratorio  Society   (2.  3,  4)  ;   Philosophy  Dis- 
cussion Club:   Tall   Illini  Club;   Young  Re- 
publicans Club 


Jan  Elizabeth   Arensman.  .  .  .Metropolis 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Alpha  Omicron  Pi 
Phi  Upsilon  Omicron:    The  Illio   (2);   Illini 
Union  Committee   (1.  2):    Home  Economics 
Club 
Honors  Day  (2.  3) 


Miriam  Kay  Arentsen Ottawa 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Spanish 
Cagle  Hall 
Alpha  Chron  ;  Alpha   Lambda  Delta:   Sigma 
Delta  Pi:  Y.W.C.A,  Cabinet  (3):  Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (2,  3.  4  )  ;  House  President  (4)  ; 
Spanish  Club 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Gerald  Armentroit.  Jr Park  Ridge 

Engineering 
Oivil  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 
North  Park  College 


Harry  Culbertson  Armstrong.  .Delavan 

Law 

Law 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Skull  and  Crescent;  Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet  (1); 
Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (1,   2);    Second   Lieu- 
tenant. Aii-  Force   ROTC:   Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety: Scabbard  and  Blade;  Junior  Bar  Asso- 
ciation 
Honors  Day  ( 1) 


Roy  Lee  Athky South  Pel  in 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 

University  of  Florida 


Mary   Elizabeth    Armstrong Joliet 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Sigma  Alpha  Iota:  Concert,  Band   (2,  3,  -1)  ; 
University    Orchestra     (4);    Repertory    Or- 
chestra (2) 

Joliet  Junior  College 


Geraldine  Rosaly  AriitSTVN .  .  .  .Chicago 

Education 

El  em  cut  n  rii  Ed  ucation 

Busey  Hall 

Newman  Foundation  Student  Council  (3,  4) 

Wright  Junior  College 


Shirley  Asm  Armstrong Taylorvttle 

Commerce 
Commercial  Training 
McKinley  Hall 
Torch;   Phi  Chi  Theta,  president  (4);  Star 
Course  Manager  i  2  i 
Honors  Day  ( 1) 


Merwin   AusiiANDER Chicago 

Law 
Law 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Men's  Glee  Club    (1);   IM  Rec  Board    (2, 
3)  ;   Ulini  Forensic  Association 


Ronald  Phillips  Arnold Villa  Park 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 

I.A.S. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Gilbert  Arnold Wheaton 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Beta  Theta  Pi 

The    Daily    Ulini    (2,    3.    4),    Junior   Sales 

Mgr. ;    The    Ulio    (1);    Second    Lieutenant, 

Army  ROTC 


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Donald  Thomas  Austin La  Fayette 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
"O"  House 
Accountancy  Club;  Finance  Club;  Rifle  and 
Pistol  Club 

Blackburn  College 


Raymond  Glenn  A vischiou'S.  ..  .Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Delta  Sigma  Phi 
The  Ulio  (3);  Ulini  Union  Committee  (3); 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (3.     4);     Freshman 
Week  Committee   (4):  Gamma  Delta;  Mar- 
keting Club;  Young  Republicans  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:   The  Brave   (1,  2): 
Varsity  Golf  Squad  (1.  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Joseph  Malcolm  Aronstam  Boston,  Mass. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Latin  American  Studies 
Sigma  Alpha  Mu 
Ulini    Union    Committee     (2,    3);     Spanish 
Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 

Tufts  College ;   Boston   University 


Lowell  Axelrad Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Society    of    Illustrators;     House    President 
(4)  ;  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 


Helen  Joan  Artigues Urbana 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Sigma  Kappa 
Home  Economics  Club 

Southwestern  Louisiana  Institute 


Joan  Whittier   Babb Lombard 

Commerce 
Secretarial  Training 
Busey  Hall 
Freshman   Week   Committee    (4);    Christian 
Science  Organization,   president   (4) 
Boston  University 


Marjorie   Fry  Ash Clinton 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music  Education 

4-H  House 

Ulini  Union  Committee   (2);   Concert  Band 

(3,    4);    First    Regimental    Band    (1,    2); 

University  Choir  (3,  4) 


David  Kealy  Ashbrook Danville 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Star  and  Scroll;  The  Ulio  (2);  Agricul- 
tural Council  (2):  All-Ag  Field  Day  Com- 
mittee (1,  2);  Plowboy  Prom  Committee 
(1,  2);  National  Defense  Transportation 
Association;  Agriculture  Club;  Hoof  and 
Horn  Club 


L*A     JS**s 


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Edward  Louis  Bacher Chin/go 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Kappa  Sigma 
The  Ulio  (3):  Ulini  Union  Committee  (3, 
4);  Commerce  Council  (3,  4);  Marketing 
Club;  Society  for  the  Advancement  of 
Management;  Alumni  Association  Board 
(4) 

Northwestern    University,    University    of 
Colorado 


Arthur  Ryan  Back Chicago 

( lommerce 
Management 
Delta  Sigma    Pi 
House     President      (4):     Pershing     Rifles; 
Spanish  Club 


427 


Louis  Bacle Norwood  Parle 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
M.  I.  S. 

Biavy  Fisr  Extension  of  the  1  niversity  of 
Illinois 


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Donald   Edgar   Baldus Belleville 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Kappa  Sigma 
First  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC 


B  yrbara    Bahcall Haywood 

Education 
Ele  men  tn  ry  Edit  ratio  n 
Indeco 
Anthropology     Club;      Teachers-in-Training 
Club 


Sandra    Balin Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Indeco 


John  Kenneth  Bailey Cantrall 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 

Illini  Union  Committee  (2,  3);  Mini  Rural 

Observer   (2):  Pershing  Rifles;  Agriculture 

Club;  Field  and  Furrow;  Rural  Life  Club 


Donald  Thomas  Baird Kankakee 

Commerce 
Management 
Dornoch 
Sachem;    Tomahawk;     Alpha    Kappa    Psi; 
M.I.A.     Executive    Council     (1,    2.     3,    4); 
House    President     (4);    Football    Marching 
Band    (2,   3);    Second  Regimental  Band    (1, 
2,    3)  ;    Campus   Chest,   Allocations   and   Ad- 
visory Board   ( 1 ) 


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Elizabeth  Jeannette  Ballou  .Springfield 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Delta  Zeta 

Theta   Sigma   Phi;    Illini    Union   Committee 

(3,   4);   WILL    (4);    Newman   Foundation 

Student  Council   (3) 

Springfield  Junior  College 


Robert  Maurice  Balzhiser Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
psychology 
Wit  an  shire 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;    Second   Lieutenant,   Armv 
R.O.T.C. ;  Alpha  Rho  Tau 
Honors   Day    (1,   2,    3)  :    University  of   Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Mary  Grace  Baird Bethany 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Petite,  Maison 
Women's  Glee  Club   (4):   Home  Economics 
Club 

James  Millikin   University 


Mary  Joan  Baird Williamsfield 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Price  Club 
Wesley    Foundation     Student    Council     (3); 
Home  Economics  Club 


Barbara  Jeanne  Baker Waggoner 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Shorter   Board:    Alpha   Cliron ;    Illini  Union 
Council   (3);   Illini  Union  Committee   (1,  2, 
3);    Illini   Theatre   Guild   Crew    (1):    Illini 
Rural  Observer  (2)  ;  Home  Economics  Club 


Myrian  Elaine  Baker Dayton,  Ohio 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 

Pi  Beta  Phi 
Shi-Ai ;  Sigma  Alpha  Iota;  Star  Course 
Manager  (2);  Panhellenic  Executive  Coun- 
cil (2)  ;  Freshman  Council;  University  Sin- 
fonietta  (1,  2,  3,  4):  University  Orchestra 
(1,  2,  3.  4)  ;  School  of  Music  Student.  Coun- 
cil   (3) 

Honors  Dav  ( 2  ) 


Willis  Clinton  Baker Jacksonville 

Physical   Education 
Recreation 

Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
V.M.C.A.  Committee   (3,  4) 


428 


Thomas  Lee  Bank Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1.2):  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Armv  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tau;  Mar 
keting  Club 

Roosevelt  College 


Earl  Arthur  Bansback Morris 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Colonial  Manor 
Accountancy  Club;   Marketing  Club 
Carthage  College 


Mary  Genevieve   Barlow Hindsboro 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Price  Club 
Ihi    Upsilrn    Omr.rcn      Illini   Unicn    Com- 
mittee   (3);    First    Regimental   Band    (1,   2. 
3);   University  Chorus   (2);   Oratorio  Soci- 
ety   (2,    3);    Disciples    Foundation    Student 
Council   (1);   Home  Economics  Council   (3, 
4);  Home  Economics  Club,  president  (4) 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Robert  Glenn  Barnes Rockford 

( Jommerce 
Marketing 

Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 
House  President   (4) 
Washington   University 


James  Alan  Bahnett Waukegan 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 
Sachem;  Mask  and  Bauble:   Pierrots;   Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Manager  (2,  3);  Interfrater- 
nity  Council   (1,  2,  3,  4)  :  National  Defense 
Transportation;   Marketing  Club 


Kenneth   Earl  Barnett.  .  .McLcansboro 

Engineering 

Electrical  Engineering 

Southern  Illinois  University 


Henry  Harrison  Barnhart Pliilo 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Scii  nee 
Alpha   Zeta;    First   Class    Petty   Officer,    Nil 
OTC 

Honors   Day    (1,   2,   :! )  :    University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Carol  Louise   Bauer Waukegan 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Chi  Omega 

Illini  Union  Committee   (3);   Illini  Theatre 
Guild  Crew  (3) 

Lake  Forest  College 


Ronald  Edwin  Bauer Crystal  Lake 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Newman  Hall 


Mildred  Mary  Barnhart.  .  .  .TVuod  River 

Physical  Education 

Dance 

Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1,  2,  3,  4);  Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Cast  (1);  Y.W.C.A.  Commit- 
tee (1);  W.A.A.  (3,  4):  Orchesis  (1,  2,  3, 
4),  president  (3):  Physical  Education  Ma- 
jors Club;   Panhellenic  Ball  Committee   (4) 

Connecticut  College 


Nancy  Ellen  Barrow Gibson  Citi/ 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Speech  Correction 

Busey  Hall 

Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Illini  Union  Committee  (2,  3, 

4)  ;  W.A.A.   (2,  3.  4)  ;  Oratorio  Society  (2) 

Arizona  State  College 


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Max.  Edward  Baumqardneb Sterling 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Sigma  Nu 
Tribe   of   Illini;    Varsity   Basketball    Squad 
(2,  3,  4)  ;  Letter  (2.  4)  ;   Freshman  Varsity 
Basketball  Squad:  Second  Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC ;  Ordnance  Club 


Wayne  John  Baxmanx Bartlett 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing   Club;    Student   Junior   Chamber 
of  Commerce,   president   (4) 


John  Joseph  Bartoletti Springfield 

Engineering 
Mech  a  n  ical  E  n  irineering 
Moore  Hall 
S.A.E. 

Springfield  Junior  College 


Wanda  Isabelle  Bash Champaign 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Shorter  Board;   Torch:   Alpha  Lambda  Del- 
ta; Theta  Sigma  Phi;  Associate  Editor.  The 
Illio;    Tho    Ulio     (1,    2,     3,    4);     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee    (1,   2);    Terrapin    (1,   2);    LAS 
Council   (1,  2) 

Honors  Day   (1,   2,   3);    University  of   Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Edward  Clayton   Beach 

Rocky  Hirer,  Ohio 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Chi  Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da;    Skull   and   Crescent:    Phi   Eta 
Sigma;   Interfraternity  Council   (2);  House 
President   (4);  Football  Manager   (1,  2,   3, 
4);  Senior  Football  Manager  (4);  Athletic. 
Council  (4)  ;  A.F.S. 
Honors  Day  ( 1) 


Peggy   Beach Sterling 

Education 
Commerce 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (3,  4)  ;  W.A.A.  (3,  4) 
Honors  Day  ( 2,  3 ) 

James  Millikin  University 


Henry"  Charles  Bassett,  Jr Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 

McKinley  Foundation 

Anthropology    Club;     German     Club:     Bide 
and  Pistol  Club 

Herzl  Junior  College;   Loyola  University 


Edith  Marie  Bassler Mascoutah 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
4-H  Houso 

W.G.S.  Executive  Council   (3);  Home  Eco- 
nomics Club 


Albert  Earl  Bebout Champaign 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Geology 
Delta  Sigma.  Phi 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (2,  4)  ;  WILL  (2) 


Gordon  Eugene  Beck Potomac 

Agriculture 

Vocational  Agriculture 

Son's  Home 

Alpha  Tau  Alpha;   Agricultural   Education 

Club;   Agriculture  Club:   Field  and  Furrow 


Richard  Kenny-  Bates Danville 

Law 
La  w 
Phi  Delta  Theta 
Phi  Delta  Phi;  Junior  Par  Association 
Wabash  College 


Robert  Clarence  Beck Quincy 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Quincy  College 


429 


Gloria  Esther  Becker Chicago 

Education 

Elemental-)/  Education 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew  (2);  W.A.A.  (1, 

2);  Hillel  Foundation  Student  Council  (3) 


Richard  Edward  Beckmann Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Newman  Hall 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  Hie  University  of 
Illinois 


Charles  Warren  Beilfuss Chicago 

Engineering 
Cicil  Engineering 

The  Mansion 
Sigma  Tan;  Chi  Epsilon  ;  Freshman  Varsity 
Basketball  Squad;  A.S.C.E. 
Honors   Day    (1.   2,    3 )  ;    University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


June  Blanche  Beilke Berwgn 

Physical  Education 
Recreation 
Theta  Upsilon 
Illini  Union  Committee   (3,  4);  W.A.A.   (3, 
4)  ;  Panhellenic  Ball  Committee  (3)  ;  Physi- 
cal Education  Majors  Club 
Morton  Junior  College 


Jeanne  Marie  BeBell Alton 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Chi  Omega 
The  Illio  ( 1  )  :  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager 
(1);    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2);    Fresh- 
man Council   (  1  ) 


111  ft 


Rue  Linn  Belpord La  Porte,  Tex,. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Phi  Lamb- 
da  Upsilon;    Pi  Mu   Epsilon;    Second  Regi- 
mental   Band     (1,    2);     Young    Democrats 
Club 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Raymond  Beach  Beebe Glencoe 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Zeta  Psi 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Gene  Schrodt  Bell Marl- ham 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Chemistry 
Parade  Ground  Units 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Thornton  Junior  College;  University  of 
California:  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois 


Janet  Beedy Western  Springs 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Torch;    Shi-Ai;    The    Daily    Illini    (1.    2); 
Spanish  Club 


Janet  Belyea Farmer  City 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Sigma  Alpha  Iota;  Campus  Chest  (2)  ;  Uni- 
versity Chorus  (1)  ;  Oratorio  Society  (2,  3) 


Elmer  Irving  Beeny.  Orchard  Park,  N.  Y. 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Freshman  Varsity  Golf  Squad;  A.S.M.E. 


Janice  Belyea Farmer  City 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Sigma  Alpha  Iota;   University  Chorus   (1); 
Oratorio  Society  (2,  3) 


Robert  Rodgers  Beerup Waverly 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi  Eta  Sigma 

Honors  Day   (1,   2,   3);   University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois 


Irv  Bemoras Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau  Delta  Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da;   Sachem;   Tribe  of  Illini   (2); 
Varsity  Basketball  Squad   (2,  3,  4);  Fresh- 
man Basketball  Varsity  Squad 


Richard  Harold   Begalka Elgin 

Commerce 
Management 
Noble  Houso 
Illini    Sportsman's    Club ;    Rifle    and    Pistol 
Club 

Elgin  Community  College 


Sherwin  Terry  Begoun. . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Wright  Junior  College 


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430 


Richard  Benes Westmont 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Barton  House 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Barbara  Ann  Bennett Glen  Ellyn 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Shi-Ai;    Illini   Union   Committee    (2);    Star 
Course  Manager  (2)  :  House  President  (4)  ; 
Terrapin    (1);    Physical   Education   Majors 
Club 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Dwight  William  Benton Evanston 

Education 
Industrial   Ed  unit  ion 

Chi  Psi 
Campus  Chest  (1)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Base- 
ball Squad;  Intramural  Manager  (1)  ;  First 
Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta; 
Scabbard  and  Blade;  Industrial  Education 
Society 


Harris  Lee  Bkrexk.um Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Lieutenant  Colonel,  Army  ROTC;   Pershing 
Rifles;  Tau  Nu  Tau 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Arthur  Ernest  Berg.  .  .  .Rice  Lake,  Wis. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Wright  Junior  College 


Inez  Renee  Berg Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Speech 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

Illini    Theatre    Guild     Crew     (1);     W.G.S. 

Executive  Council  (2)  ;  WILL  (1)  ;  Spanish 

Club 

University  of  Wisconsin 


Marlene  Berlin   Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha  Epsilon  Phi 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew  (1,  2)  ;  Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (1,  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (3) 


David  Kenneth  Berlo Mt.  Temon 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;     Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet     (2); 
M.I. A.   Executive  Council    (2,   3).   president 
(3)  ;  Student  Senate  (2,  3)  ;  Class  President 
(2);    WILL    (4);    Concert   and    Entertain- 
ment Board    (2,   3);   Freshman   Week  Com- 
mittee (3)  ;  Pershing  Rifles;  Illini  Forensic 
Association;     Philosophy    Discussion    Club; 
Young    Republicans    Club,    president    (3)  ; 
Varsity  Debate  Squad  (2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

University  of  Missouri 


Loris  Joseph  Berolatti Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
College  Hall 
Sigma  Delta  Chi;  WILL  (4)  ;  Young  Demo- 
crats Club 

Wilson  Junior  College:  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Karl  Berolzheimer Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Political  Science 
Clark  House 
M.I. A.    Executive    Council     (2,    3)  ;    House 
President    (1,    2);    Men's    Glee    Club    (1); 
AS  Council  (3,  4)  :  First   Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC;  Ordnance  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3.  4) 


Stuart  Harlev  Berg Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Major,  Air  Force  ROTC ;  Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Joyce  Berger Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Torch;  Alpha  Lambda  Delta;  Gamma  Alpha 
Chi;  Theta  Sigma  Phi:  The  Daily  Illini  (1, 
2,    3);    Illini   Union    Committee    (1,    2,    3); 
Spanish   Club;    United    World   Federalists; 
WINI  (3) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


Betty  Ann  Berkyhill Decatur 

Education 
Elemenlary  Education 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Illini    Union    Committee    (1):    Star   Course 
Manager    (2);    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1); 
Panhellenic    Executive    Council     (4);    LAS 
Council   (2) 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 


Robert  Lee  Berkyhill Homeuood 

Commerce 
Management 

Barton   House 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma:  Phi  Eta  Sigma:  Sigma 
Iota  Epsilon 

Navy   Pier  Activities;    Student   Congress 
(2);    Pier  Illini    Newspaper    (2) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Eldon  Willard  Bergstrom.  .  .  .Evanston 

Commerce 

Economics 

Alpha  Delta  Phi 

Skull  and  Crescent;   Interfraternity  Council 

(1,  2,  3);  House  President   (3) 


Mary  Josephine  Berta Coal  City 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Freshman  Week  Committee   (4) 
Honors  Day   (2,   3) 


James  Wesley  Berkovec Berwyn 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
Eta  Kappa  Nu;  House  President  (4)  ;  Bas- 
ketball Manager  (2)  :  Captain,  Armv  ROTC; 
Phalanx;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


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William  Richard  Beuttler.  .Park  Ridge 
Commerce 
A eeua nla  uey 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi   (3.  4)  ;  Accountancy  Club 
(3,  4)  ;  Illini  Forensic  Association   (1,  2) 
Honors  Day   (2.  3) 


Richard  Carvel  Berkshire.  .  .  .Haywood 
Division  of  Special  Services 
Advertising 
Chi  Psi 
The  Daily  Illini  (1)  :  Illini  Union  Committee 
(2,     3);     M.I. A.     Executive    Council     (2); 
WILL    (1,   3,   4);    Displaced   Persons  Com- 
mittee  (2)  ;   Illini  Forensic  Association 


Thaddeus  Richard  Bialek Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accounting    Club;    Marketing    Club;    Navy 
Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;   Loyola  University 


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4) 

Navy   Pier  Activities:    I  niversity  Chorus 
(1,  2)  :   Varsitj    Debate  Squad  (1,  2) 
Honors  Day   I  I  I 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  (ho  University  of 
Illinois 

Herbert  W  o/ter   Bielawa Chicago 

Pine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
( l-armen 
Second   Regimental    Band    t:s);   Men's  Glee 
Club  (  1.  'J.  3)  ;  Captain,  Army  ROTC 

1 1 is  Daj    (3  ) 

Wilson  Junior  College 


Herman  Charles  Bien Belleville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club;  Sigma  Iota  Epsilon 

St.  Louis  University;   Belleville  Township 
Junior  College 


Egbert  Wendell  Biggers Mattoon 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 

A.I.Ch.E. 

Eastern    State  College 


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James  William    Bishop Clinton 

Engineering 
Electrical  Eng  ineeri  rig 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
V.M.C.A.    Committee    (1)  ;    Major    I    (4); 
Tribe   of    Illini    (4);    Intramural    Manager 
(1,  2,  3);  Senior  Swimming  Manager  (4); 
IM  Rec  Hoard    (2.   3)  :   Captain,  Army  RO- 
TC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


Roger  Allan-  Bjorvik Ckica  w 

<  lommerce 
Marketing 

Flagg  House 
Illini   Insurance   Society;    Marketing   Club; 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Roosevelt   College;    Navy    Pier   Extension 
of  the  University  of   Illinois 


William  McKinley  Blaine,  Jr.  .  Ingle  side 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Anthropology 
Phi  Kappa   Sigma 
Alpha  Phi  Omega;   V.M.C.A.  Cabinet   (4); 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (4);    Football   March- 
ing Band  (3)  ;  First  Regimental  Band  (3); 
Anthropology  Club;    Spanish  Club 
Illinois   Institute   of   Technology 


Judith  Karp  Blair New  York,  N.  Y. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Delta  Phi  Epsilon 
The  Dailv  Illini  (1  ) 
Honors  Day  (2) 

University  of  Miami 


Robert  Arnold  Bilek Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Physics 
Physics  Society 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Oscar  Eldo  Blase Wappetla 

Agriculture 
Restaurant  Management 


Julius  Binder Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Biology 

Barton  House 
The  Daily  Illini  (3)  ;  Senior  Ball  Committee 
(4);    Navy    Pier   Alumni   Association 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  :'. )  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Patrick  Blahs  .Milwaukee,  Wis. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  rch  itert  ii  ml  E  n  g  i  nee  ring 
Delta  Kappa  Epsilon 
Board  of  Fraternity  Affairs    (3,   4);    Inter- 
fraternity  Council   (2,  3,  4),  president  (4); 
Student  Senate   (4)  :   Committee  on  Student 
Affairs  (4)  ;  A.I.A. ;  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Society 


John  Louis  Bird Texarkana,  Ark. 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma  Delta  Chi:  The  Daily  Illini  (3) 

Quincy   College:    Galesburg   Extension   of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


Roger  Charles  Blake Kankakee 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Interfraternitv   Council    (2);    A.F.S.;   A.S.- 
M.E.;  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 


George  John  Birkhahn Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Areliiterture 
B  rower  y 
A.I.A. 

Wilson  Junior  College;  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Robert  Allen  Blakeslee 

Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Illini   Union   Committee    (2);    House  Presi- 
dent   (4);    Fine   and   Applied   Arts   Council 
(3);   Captain.  Air  Force  ROTC;   A.I.A. 
Purdue  University 


Edwin  Ahlev  BiKKiiiMi.it 

Highland  Park,  A.  ./. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Barton  House 
Phi  Eta  Sigma  ;  Phi  Lambda  Upsilon :  Lieu- 
tenant. Junior  Grade,    NROTC;   A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day  (  1.  2,  '■'•)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


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Carl  James  Blase Beardstott  n 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi :    The    Daily    Illini    (2); 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (1):  House  President  (3);  Captain, 
Air  Force  ROTC:   Accountancy  Club;   Soci- 
ety for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Honors  Day   ( 1  ) 


Ernest  Blatchley  . .  .  .  Cambridge,  N.  Y. 
Commerce 
Management 
Flying  Club 

Westminster  College 


CARli    BLATTNER     CkicaiKl 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Granada  Club 
A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  ihe  University  of 

Illinois 


Herbert  IiLAmim.  .  .Poughkeepsie,  A'.  Y. 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Psi  Chi:   First  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC 
Honors  Day   (4) 


Frank  Addison  Blaze., •ichenectadg,  N.  Y. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Bowling  Green   State  University 


James    Warren    Bliler Illiopolis 

Agriculture 
Vocational  A  griculture 
Alpha  Gamma  Rlio 
Alpha  Tan   Alpha:    Illini   Union   Committee 
(2);    Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2):    Fresh- 
man   Week    Committee     (3):    Military    Ball 
Committee    (3)  ;    Plow  hoy    Prom    Committee 
(1.    3);    National    Defense   Transportation: 
Agricultural    Education    Club;    Agriculture 
Club 


John  Wilbur  Bliss Yates  City 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
Second  Regimental   Band    (1,   2);   A. S.A.E. 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Marguerite  Lola  Blo.mberg.  .  .Oak  Pari- 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
The   Illio    (1,    2):    Illini    Union    Committee 
(3);  Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (2):   University 
Chorus   (1)  ;  Women's  Glee  Club   (2)  ;   Ora- 
torio Society   (2  ) 


Richard  Eugene  Blommaert.  .Oak  Park 
Commeri  e 
Accountancy 
Accounting  Club 


Kenneth  Gene  Bloomquist. Boone,  Iowa 
Fine  and   Applied   Arts 
Music  Education 
Tomahawk;    Phi   Mu   Alpha-Sinf onia ;    Con- 
cert Band  (1,  2,  3.  4).  president  (4)  ;  Foot- 
ball Marching  Band  (1,  2.  :i.  4)  :  University 
Orchestra  (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  Reportory  Orchestra 
(1) 
Honors  Day  ( 3) 


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Wanda  Viola  Bloomquist Dundas 

Agriculture 
Some  Economics 
Stratford  House 
Student     Religious     Council     (2);     Baptist 
Foundation   Student  Council    (  1,  2.   :!,  4) 


Joan  Ellsworth  Blount . S ea  Cliff,  N.  Y. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Industrial  Design 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha   Alpha   Gamma:    Society   of    Illustra- 
tors:   Illini  Theatre  Guild   Crew    (2);    Uni- 
versity Chorus    (1);    Oratorio   Society    (2); 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Council  (3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (1.  2.  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Ann  Pryor  Blout Galva 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music   Education 
4-H  House 
Alpha    Chron;     Sigma     Alpha    Iota;     Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Crew   (2,   :;.  4):   Star  Course 
Manager    (2):    University   Choir    (2,    3,   4); 
Oratorio  Society  (1.  2,  3,  4)  :  Wesley  Foun- 
dation  Student  Council    12) 
Honors  Day   (2.  3) 


Harry  Dean  Blout Berwyn 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC:   Pershing  Rifles; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Manage- 
ment 


Betty  Blvmenthal Oak  Park 

Education 
Education  of  the  Deaf 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Women's  Glee  Club    (  1  )  :    Hillel   Foundation 
Student  Council    (2.   '.!  ) 
Honors  Day   (3) 


Eugene  Jerome  Bunt Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.M.E. 


Mildred  Bobbins 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Phi  Mu 
Honors  Day  (2) 


.  Chicago 


Harry  Donald   Bobeng Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Seabury  Foundation  Student  Council  (3) 
Wright  Junior  College 


Thomas  John  Boe Chicago 

Commerce 

Personnel  Management 

Phi  Kappa 
Navy  Pier  Activity;  Newman  Club  (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


433 


Burton  Brewster  Boersma Urbana 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Speech 
Ulini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (4) 


Eleanor  Theresa   Bohacek Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Sherwood  Lodge 

Wilson  Junior  College;  Loyola  University 


Mary  Ann  Leora  Bohbrink.  .  .Addieville 

Physical  Education 

Pit ys ical   Ed  ileal io n 

Cagle  Hall 

W.A.A.    (1.    2,    :s,    4);    Physical    Education 

Majors  flub 


Donald  Michael,  Bohrer 

Davenport,  Iowa 
Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 

Theta  Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Beta  Gamma  Sigma;  Alpha 
Kappa  Psi;  Mini  Union  Board,  president 
(4)  ;  Major  Chairman  Block  I  Illini  Union 
Committee  (3);  Major  Chairman  Union  Re- 
lations Illini  Union  Committee  (3);  Illini 
Union  Council  ( '■'> )  :  Illini  Union  Committee 
(1,  2):  Interfraternity  Council  (1,  2,  3); 
House  President  (  :i )  :  Student  Senate  (4)  ; 
Committee  on  Student  Affairs  (4);  Coordi- 
nation Committee  (4)  ;  Men's  Glee  Club  (1, 
2,  3)  ;  Military  Ball  Committee  (1)  ;  Ensign, 
NROTO 

Honors  Day  (1,  2.  '■',),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

St.  Ambrose  College 


Ciiarl.es  Lloyd  Bolster.  .  .  .Sugar  Grove 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Sigma   I'hi 
Agricultural  Economics  Club 
Aurora  College 


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Norwood  Albert  Booth Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Gordon  Darrell  Booz Tennessee 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety;   A.S.M.E.;    (ilicler   Club;    I.A.S..   presi- 
dent  (4)  ;   S.A.E. 


Stuart  Howard  Borg.  .  . . 
Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing   Club 

Wright  Junior  College 


.  Chicago 


James  Theodore  Boriiek Winnetka 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Football  Marching  Band  (2,  3)  ;  First  Regi- 
mental  Band    (2,   3.  4) 

Indiana    University;     Northwestern    Uni- 
versity 


Katherine  Vennard  V,orhek  .  Kenihcorth 
Education 
English 
Sweet  Briar  College 


Babette   Jov    Bomash Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Speech 
Sigma  Delta  Tan 
University  of  Colorado 


Paul  Borik   

Agriculture 

Flnricultii  re 

Floriculture  Club 

Wright  Junior  College 


.  Chicago 


William  Bruce  Bond West  Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
Phoenix  College 


DlLAL  BORPUJARI.  .  .Jorhat,  Assam;  India 
Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
University  of  Calcutta:   University  of  Al- 
lahabad 


Fred  John  Bondy Chicago 

Commerce 
.1  ccountancy 
Phi  Epsilon   Pi 
Alpha  Phi   Omega:    Illini   Union   Committee 
(2,     3);     Interfraternity    Council     (1,    2): 
House   President    ( ::  )  ;    Interfraternity  Ball 
Committeo  (1):  Accountancy  Club 
Honors   Day    11.  2) 


Roger  Lewis  Boone Amboy 

Engineering 
Elect ricn I  E nil ince ring 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


434 


James  Martin  Boruszak Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing  and  Management 

Phi  Epsilon  I'i 
Illini  Union  Board  (4)  ;  Board  of  Fraternity 
Affairs  (3,  4);  Interfraternity  Council  (3, 
4);  Interfraternity  Ball  Committee  (3); 
Major,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Marketing  Club; 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 

Roosevelt  College 


Stephen  George  Botes Chicago 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
.1  rchitecture 
A.I. A. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Raymond  Lei  Bouas Marisxa 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Science 

Illi-Dell 
Alpha   Zeta;    House    President    (4);    Agri- 
cultural Council;   Second  Lieutenant,  Army 
EOTC;    Agriculture   Club;    Field   and  Fur- 
row,  president   (3) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2.  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship   Key. 


Charles  Roy  Boughton Hoopeston 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Speech 
Newman  Hall 
Mask  and  Bauble;  Mini  Theatre  Guild  Cast 
(2.  3) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Donald  Orbv   BOYD Aurora 

<  lommerce 
Finance 
Phi  Gamma   Delta 
Illini  Union  Committee   11,  2);   Illini  The- 
atre Guild  Crew  ( 1 )  ;  Star  Course  Manager 
(2);    Football   Manager    (1,   2,   3);    Senior 
Ball  Committee  (4)  ;  Captain,  Army  ROTC; 
National    Defense    Transportation    Associa- 
tion; Illini  Insurance  Society 


William  Elzik  Boyer Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Football  Marching  Band   ( 1,  2)  :  First  Regi- 
mental    Band     II.     2);     Cyclothem    Club; 
Synton 


Eldox  Glenn  Boirassa Kankakee 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Koinonia 
Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet    (3,    4);    Y.M.C.A.    Com- 
mittee  (2,   3,  4)  ;   Second  Lieutenant.  Army 
ROTC;   Armed  Forces  Communications  As- 
sociation;  Phalanx:  A.I.Ch.E. 


Robert  Dale  Boys ShelbyviUe 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 
Sigma  Tau;  Tau  Beta  Pi 
Honors  Day   (2) 

James  Millikin  University 


Dan  Thomas  Bourbulas Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Politicail  Science 
Flagg  House 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Hfci    M 


Nicholas  William  Boznos Pekin 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Theta  Xi 
Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


J.  Leeds  Bower Maltoon 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
History 
Theta   Delta  Chi 
Pierrots;   Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager   (1, 
2);    Interfraternity    Council    (2,    3);    LAS 
Council     (2,    3);     First.    Lieutenant,    Army 
ROTC;     Infantry    Club;     Phalanx;     Junior 
Bar  Association 


mrM 


D\niel  Clayton   Brabec Oak  Park 

Commerce 
/  ndustria  I   A  d  in  i  n  i  strut  ion 
Club  Topper 
Second  Lieutenant.  Air  Force,  ROTC;  Soci- 
ety for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


Mary  Jean  Mitchem  Bowers.  .  .  .  Vrbana 
Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Illini  Union  Committee  (  1  )  ;  Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee ( 1,  3) 


Max  Russell  Bradshaw La  Harpe 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Marketing 
Hill  Hall 
House  President    (3):   Captain,  Army  RO- 
TC;   National    Defense    Transportation    As- 
sociation 


John  Ronald  Bowman  .  .  .La  Orange  Park 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Architectural  Engineering 

Alpha  Rho  Chi 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Council  (4)  ;  A.I.A. ; 

A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Charles  Arthur  Bowsher Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
The  Daily  Illini   (1):   The  Ilio   (2);   House 
President     (4);     Football     Marching    Band 
(1);    Accountancy   Club;    Marketing   Club; 
Student  Junior  Chamber  of   Commerce 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 


J 


Donald  George  Brady Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
.4  ccountancy 
Kappa  Sigma 
Y.M.C.A.     Cabinet.      (1.     2);     Accountancy 
Ciub;  Marketing  Club 


Wallace  Elwvx  Brandt Colfax 

Veterinary  Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Tomahawk;  Student.  Religious  Council  (2;  ; 
Lutheran     Student     Association,     president 
(2)  ;   Student  Veterinary  Medical  Ass'n 


Jack  Edward  Bowsher Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Football    Marching    Hand    (1.    2);    Account- 
ancy    Club;     Student     Junior    Chamber    of 
Commerce 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Irwin  Lawrence  Branecki 

Elmwood  Park 
Engineering 
( 'ivil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  cf 
1  llinois 


435 


.TniiN'   Robert   Brani Elmhurst 

Fine  and  Applied   Arts 
.1  ,  chiteeture 
A.I.A. 

Northwestern    University;    Illinois    Insti- 
tute <>f  Technologj 


Karl  Branoff  Chicago 

Libera)  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Navv  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Coif  Squad 
(1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  t lie  University  of 
1  llinois 


William  Rudolph  Bratschun  .  .  .Berwyn 
Engineering 
Ceramic  Engineering 
Lux  Mundi 
Engineering  Council    (4):   A.C.S. 
Morton  Junior  College 


Rita   Brazier Muro 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
4-H  House 
W.A.A.    (1.    2,    3,    4):    Physical    Education 
Majors   Club 


James  Allen  Bredar Salem 

Physical   Education 

Physical  I'd ii ration 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da:  Sachem;  Tribe  of  Illini ;  Vars- 
ity Basketball  Squad  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Captain  (4)  ; 
Letter  (2.  3,  4)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Basket- 
hall  Squad;  Captain,  Army  ROTC;  National 
Defense  Transportation  Association 


Joanne  Carolyn*  P.rekke Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Chi  Omega 
Rosary  College 


Sn  i, mi  ax  Louis  Bremer Dun  aille 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
S.A.E. 

University  of  Utah 


Rudolph  Ernest  Bremser Chicago 

Conn -«  c 

A  ccountancy 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Skull  and  Crescent:    Phi  Eta  Sigma;  House 
President   (4)  ;   Accountancy  Club 
Honors   Day    (  1  ) 


Joanne  Bales  Brewer Champaign 

Fine  and   Applied   Arts 

I'll  nil  inn 
Scarab:    Society   of    illustrators;    Fine   and 
Applied  Arts  Society 
Honor  Days  (  3  ) 

Kansas   Stale   College:    Florida   Southern 
College:    University  of  Arizona 


Arlene  Virginia  Brietzke Chicago 

Education 
Biology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Navv  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Brown  Brigham Robinson 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Bacteriology 

Indiana  State  College 


Harry  Vernon   Brinkman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble  House 
French   Club;    Marketing   Club;    Navy   Pier 
Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  Allen  Britt 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Cadet.   Air  Force  ROTC 


.  Onden 


James   Victor   Brodnicki Chira.no 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman    Hall 
Accountancy  Club:  A.I.A. ;   Polish  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  LTniversity  of 
Illinois 


John  Richard  Broerman 

Rocky  River,  Ohio 
Physical   Education 
Physiral  Education 
Chi  Phi 
Varsity  Football   Squad    (2,    3.   4):    Fresh- 
man Varsity  Football  Squad;   Varsity  Base- 
ball    Squad      (4)  :      Firsl      Lieutenant,     Air 
Force  ROTC 


Ronald  Joseph   Bronson Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Roger  Gilbert  Brooke Sycamort 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  House  President  (4)  :  Illini 
Theatre  (iuild  Board   (2)  ;   First  Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC;    National    Defense    Transpor- 
tation  Association 
Honors   Day    t  1.  2) 


Jeff  Brooks  LouisvilU 

Agriculture 
Vocational  .1  griculture 
Son's  Home 
Alpha   Tan   Alpha;    Agriculture   Education 
Club:    Agriculture  Club 

Southern   Illinois   University 


Donald  Edward  Brotherson.  . .  .Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.1  rchiteetural  Engineering 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Gargoyle;   Sigma  Tau;   University  Chorus; 
Hillel  Foundation    (4)  ;  A.I. A. 
Honors  Day  (2,  3,  4)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Si  holarship  Key 

Navy  Tier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Leon  Alan  Brott.man Chicago 

Commerce 

Accunntuncil 

Tan  Epsilon  Phi 
Beta  Alpha  Psi:   The  Daily  Mini   (3);   Ac- 
countancy   Club;     Marketing    Club;     Navy 
Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Pier  Mini  (2) 
Honors  Day  (  1 ) 

V:vv  1  li-r  Extension  of  the  University   oi 
Illinois 


Beverly  Jean  Brown Champaign 

Agriculture 
Tloine  Economics 
Chi  Omega 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1,  2) 


Beverly  Jean  Brown Chicago 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Campus    Chest     (3);     W.A.A.     (2,     3,    4); 
Honse   President    (4);    Physical   Education 
Majors  Club;  Young  Republicans  Club 


Pail  EUGENE  BROWN Vandalia 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Education 
Agricultural  Education    Club 

Illinois  Slate  Normal  University;   Green- 
ville College 


Ralph  Walton  Brown Des  Plaines 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Curtis  Brown Peoria 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Social  Studies 
Harmony  House 
House   President    (3,    4);    University  Choir 
(3);    University   ('horns    (2);    Captain,  Air 
Force   ROTC;    Arnold   Air   Society;    French 
Clnb 

Bradley  University 


Robert  William  Brown Mug  wood 

( lommerce 

Accountancy 

Alpha  Chi  Rho 

Alpha  Kappa  Psi;   Football  Marching  Band 

(1,  2,   3,  4):   First.   Regimental  Band   (1,  2, 

;:,  4  )  :  Accountancy  Club 


Elinor  Sue  Brown Rockford 

Journalism 
Radio 
Sigma  Kappa 
Mini    Union    Committee    (2):    Young    Re- 
publicans Club 

Northern    Illinois    Slate   Teachers    College 


It t  ssell  Dean  Brown Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Tau  Kappa  Epsilon 
Skull   and    Crescent;    Phi    Kappa    Epsilon; 
Second  Lieutenant.   Army   KOTC 


Glenn  Lee  Brown Ava 

Agriculture 
General  A  griculture 

Alpha  Tau  Alpha;    Hoof  and  Horn   Club 
Southern   Illinois   University 


■ 


Donna  Ann  Browne Quincy 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Alpha  Phi 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Mini  Theatre  Guild  Manager 
(3,    4);    Mini  Theatre   Guild   Cast    (3,   4); 
Canterbury   Foundation    (3,   4) 
Gulf  Park  Junior  College 


James  Richard   Brown Paris 

Agriculture 
General  .1  griculture 
Shawnee 
Second  Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;   National 
Defense   Transportation    Association:    Agri- 
culture Club:  Field  and  Furrow 
Honors  Day   (  1,  3) 


Mary  Katherine  Brown Lake  liluff 

Physical   Education 
Ph  ys  icnl  Ed  u  ca  t  ion 
Evans  Hall 
W.A.A.   Board    (1):    Major   I    (3);   W.A.A. 
Numerals   (2);  W.A.A.   (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  Physi- 
cal   Education    Majors   Club 
Honors  Day    I  3  ) 

Northwestern   University:   Navy  Pier  Ex- 
tension of  the   University  of    Illinois 


Milton   Ralston    Brown Caledonia 

Agriculture 
General  .1  griculture 
Phi  Delta  Theta 
Skull    and    Crescent;    Alpha    Zeta;    House 
President     (i):     Tribe    of     Illini;     Varsity 
Track  Squad   (2);   Freshman   Varsity  Track 
Squad;   Varsity  Cross  Country  Squad   (2); 
Freshman     Varsity     Cross    Country     Squad 
(2);   Freshman   Varsity   Basketball  Squad; 
Track  Manager    (3,    4):    Senior  Track   .Man- 
ager   (4):    Athletic    Council     (4);    Captain, 
Army  ROTC;  Phalanx 
Honors  Day   (1,  2,   3) 


<*t 


Donald  Albert  Brozek Oak  Park 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 
College  Hall 
Illini     Writers     (2);      Second      Lieutenant. 
Army  ROTC;   Infantry  Club;   Fine  and  Ap- 
plied Arts  Society 

Navy  Pier  Activities:     Pier  Illini   (1) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Helen  Jane  Bribaker Waggoner 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
4-H  House 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta:  Phi  Upsilon  Omicron; 
Illini    Union    Committee    (2);    Star    Course 
.Manager    (1,   2);    Women's  Glee  Club    (1); 
Illini    Rural   Observer    (2,    3);    All-Ag  Field 
Day    Committee    (2,    3);    Home    Economics 
Council     (3);      Plowboy     Prom     Committee 
(2)  ;   Home  Economics  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,2,3);  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Esther  Joan   Bruder Champaign 

Agriculture 
Hume    Economics 

Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Torch:  Phi  Upsilon  Omicron;  Illini  Union 
Committee  (1,2);  Star  Course  Manager  (I, 
2,  3);  Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet  (2);  Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (2);  Panhellenic  Executive 
Council   (  4  ) 


437 


Marjorie  Mablb  Bryant De  Pue 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Evans  Hall 
Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (2);    W.A.A.   Numer- 
als; W.A.A.  (1,2,3,4);  University  Chorus 
(l);   Physical  Education  Majors  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ,  2 ) 


Merlyk  Bruce  Buchanan 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 


Compton 


Julia  Mary  Buchunas Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Political  Science 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Catherine  Acne  Buck Penfield 

Education 
Art  Education 

Rosewood 

St.  Franeis  College 


Nancy  Lorene   Buck Chicago 

Physical   Education 
Physical  Education 
Alpha  Gamma   Delta 
Campus  Chest   (2);   W.A.A.   (3,  4);  Terra- 
pin   (2,    3,   4);    Physical    Education   Majors 
Clul) 


Banta   Bundv Oalatia 

Agriculture 
Vocational  A  griculture 
Alpha  Tan  Alpha   ( :t )  :   Agricultural  Educa- 
tion Club  (3) 

Southern    Illinois   University 


Clark  Bunn Nebo 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 

Alphr.  Chi  Rho 
Alpha     Zeta;     Chi     (lamina     Iota,     president 
(4);     Illini    Rura1    Observer    ( IS )  ;    Agricul- 
ture Club;   Student    Veterinary  Medical  As- 
sociation 
Honors  Day  (2,  3  ) 

Western    Illinois   Stale  Teacher's  College 


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Charles  Edward  Burxett  .  East  St.  Louis 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 


John  Henry  Burkhart Mazon 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (2);  First  Lieutenant, 
ROTC :    Agriculture    Club;    Dairy    Produc- 
tion   Club:    Field    and    Furrow;    Hoof    and 
Horn  Club;  Poultry  Science  Club 


Erwin  Charles   Burheister 

Davenport,  Ioua 
Division  of  Special   Service  for 
War   Veterans 
History 
Phi  Alpha  Theta 
Monmouth  College 


Donald  Reid  Burnett Glen  Ellyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
College  Hall 
Tau  Beta  Pi:  A.S.M.E.:  S.A.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  :i).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


George  Ernest  Burnison Rantoul 

Commerce 
Banking  and  Finance 
Captain.  Army  ROTC;   Infantry  Club;  Ord- 
nance Club:  Accountancy  Club 


Joan  Margaret  Busch Palo*  Park 

Physical   Education 
Physical  Education 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Campus  Chest   (3):  W.A.A.   (3,  4);  Junior 
Orchesis    (4);    Physical    Education    Majors 
Club;   Young  Republicans  Club 
Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Kenneth  Albert  Busche Elgin 

Engineering 
Meeh anical  K ng inee ring 
Lundgren  House 
Illinois  Technograph   (3);  A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Wilbur  James  Bunting.  .Cranbury,  N.  J. 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Political  Science 

Phi  Deltr,  Theta 
Sachem;  Star  Course  (1,  2,  3):  Junior 
Manage:-  ( :S )  :  Tribe  of  Illini:  Cheerleader, 
Head  Cheerleader  (4):  Letter  (4);  Cap- 
tain. Army  ROTC:  Military  Council;  Ord- 
nance Club,  president    (4);   Phalanx 


Jon  S    PHILLIP  EURO  u::> 

Northumberland,  Pa. 

Fine  and    Applied   Arts 
Industrial   Design 
Delta  Phi 
Star     and     Scroll:      Intel-fraternity     Council 
(2)  ;    House    President    I  3  ) 

Virginia      Military      Institute:      Bucknell 
University 


Donald  Ray  Buske Litchfield 

Commerce 

Marl  eting 
Phi  Kappa  Psi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (i):    Captain,    Army 
ROTC:   Phi  Chi  Eta 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Ralph  David  Hitler Rockford 

Commerce 
A  ccountancy 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Tomahawk;    Beta   Gamma    Sigma:    Phi   Eta 
Sigma     l*;ta  Alpha  Psi     Illini  I  men  I-'-arJ 
(4);     Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (I):     Football 
Marching    Band    (2,    3);    First    Regimental 
Band  (3);  Second  Regimental  Band  (1,2); 
University  Choir  (2  )  ;   .Men's  Glee  Club  (8) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Frederick  Edson  Buxton,  Jr..  .  .Sullivan 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Zeta ;   Second   Lieutenant,   Army  RO 
TC;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  Agriculture  Edu- 
cation   Club;    Agriculture   Club:    Hoof   and 
Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


Laurence  Robert  Byrne Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
WILL  (1)  :  Dairy  Technology  Society 
Honors  Day  ( 2) 


Daniel   Cain MurrayviUe 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Literature 


William  Karl  Cain,  Jr Evanston 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Journalism 
Sigma  Nn 
Sigma  Delta  Chi;  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 
University  of  Wisconsin 


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Til  ELM  A     JUANITA     CAMPBELL 'Vexico 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Van  1  in 
W.A.A.    (1,    2,    ;(,    4);    Physical    Education 
Majors  Club 


William  Gordon  Campbell Danville 

Commerce 
Finance 
Theta  Xi 
Second  Lieutenant,  Armv  ROTC 


Paul  Curtis  Carey Winchester 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha   Tan   Alpha:    Agricultural    Education 
Club 


Allen*  William  Carlsen Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.1  rchitectural  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A. I. A.:  A.S.C.E. 

Wright  Junior  College 


Howard  Lee  Callahan.  .Vermilion  Grove 

( 'ouimerce 

Economics 
Tara  Hall 
House  President   (4)  :  Scabbard  and  Blade; 
Illini  Sportsman's  Club:   Marketing  Club 
Honors  Day   (  3  ) 


John  Kaiser  Cameron,  Jr Chicago 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Kappa  Alpha  Psi 
Phi    Epsilon    Kappa  ;    Y.M.C.A.    Committee 
(3);   Tribe  of   Illini    (2);    Varsity   Fencing 
Squad  (2)  :  Letter  (2)  ;  Physical  Education 
Majors  Club:  Scimitar 


Richard  Alan  Camp River  Forest 

Engineering 
A e ru naut ica I  Eng inee ring 
Calhoun   Hall 
Gamma  Alpha  Rim 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 

Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Robert  Camp Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Nobly  House 

Loyola  University:    Navy    Pier   Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


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Kenneth   Evald  Carlson Chicago 

Agriculture 
Food  Technology 
Food  Technology  Association 

Wright  Junior  College:   Navy  Tier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Richard  Alfred  Carrigan,  Jr.  .  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Physics 
Phi  (lamina  Delta 
University  of  Florida 


John  Robert  Carroll TAbertyville 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Triangle 
A.S.M.E. 

Bradley  University 


George  Peter  Casten Jolit  i 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Joliet  Junior  College 


Diane   Eldridge   Campbell Chicago 

Education 
Art 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Tho   Daily   Illini    (  1  )  ;    Illini   Union   Council 
(2);     Illini    Union    Committee     (2);     Illini 
Theatre    Guild    Crew    (1):     Campus    Chest 
(2,    3,    4):    McKinley    Foundation    Student 
Council 


Peter  Leo  Cattapan Chicago 

Engineering 

General  Engineering 

Illinois   Technograph    (2,    3,    4):    Newman 

Foundation    Student   Council    ( :!.    4):    A.S. 

M.E. 

Wright  Junior  College:   Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


439 


Robert  Dean  Cays Eempton 

Fine  and   Applied   Arts 

Art  Education 

University  Chorus  (1,  2)  ;  Men's  Glee  Club 

(1,  2,  3,  4);  Oratorio  Society  (3,  4)  ;  Delia 

Sigma  Omicron 


Donald  Russell,  Ohalvs XJtica 

Physical  Education 
Ph ysica I  Ed  uca  tion 

Alpha  Delta  Phi 
Phi  Epsilon  Kappa;  Y.M.C.A.  Committee 
(2);  Varsity  Football  Squad  (3);  IM  Rec 
Board  (4);  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC ;  Ar- 
nold Air  Society ;  Physical  Education  Ma- 
jors Club 

Western  Illinois  State  College 


Marilyn  Loi*  Chambers Aurora 

Physical  Education 
Dance 
Gamine,  Phi  Beta 
Shorter  Board;  Alpha  Lambda  Delta;  Illini 
Union  Committee   (4);   W.A.A.   (3,  4);   Or- 
chesis   (1.  2,  3,  4),   president   (4);  Physical 
Education  Majors  Club. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2  ) 


Elaine  Brown  Chase Chicago 

Education 
Education  of  Mentally  Handicapped 

Children 
The  Dailv  Illini  (3,  4)  ;  Illini  Theatre  Guild 
Crew     (1,    2);     Campus    Chest     (2);    Hillel 
Foundation  Student  Council   (1);  Illi-Sota 


Ronald  Irwin  Chason Chicago 

( lommerce 

A  ccountancy 

Barton  House 

Accountancy   Club:    Marketing  Club;    Navy 

Pier    Alumni    Association;    Society    for    the 

Advancement  of  Management 

Northwestern   University:   Navy  Pier  Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Curv.v  F\xc  Chen.  .  -  .Song  Kong,  China 
Engineering 
Mech  anical  E  ngineering 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;    Tan    Beta    Pi:    Phi    Eta 
Sigma;    Pi  Tan   Sigma;   A.S.M.E. ;   Chinese 
Students  Club 
Honors.  Dav   (2) 


4tk 


Joanne  Audrey  Chorpening 

Ashland,  Ohio 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Rosewood 
Mn   Phi   Epsilon;    Concert    Band    (2,   3.   4); 
First.  Regimental  Band   (3);   Women's  Glee 
Club   (3):   Oratorio  Society   (4) 
Honors  Day  (3) 
Oberlin  College 

Frank  Louis  Clark Grere  Coeur 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Star  and   Scroll:   Tomahawk;    Phi  Eta  Sig- 
ma;   Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (2):     Board    of 
Fraternity      Affairs      (4);       Interfraternitv 
Council    (2.    3,   4):    Student   Senate    (2.   4); 
Coordination  Committee   (4):  Committee  on 
Student    Discipline     (3):     Class    President 
(2);    N.S.A.    Senate    Sub-Committee    (2); 
Second  Lieutenant.   Army   ROTC;    National 
Defense    Transportation    Association:    Illini 
Forensic   Association;    Junior   Bar   Associa- 
tion ;   Spanish  Club 


John  Castle  Clark Ridgejarm 

Agriculture 

Agricultural  Science 

Alpha  Gamma  Rho 

Illini    Union    Committee    (4):    Illini    Rural 

Observer  (4)  ;  Agricultural  Economics  Club 

College  of  Wooster 


Phyllis  Ann   Clark Mattoon 

Agriculture 

Home   Economics 

Alpha  Delta  Pi 

Illini   Theatre   Guild    Crew    ( 1 )  :    Y.W.C.A. 

Committee    (1.   2,    3);    W.A.A.    (3);   Young 

Republicans  Club 


William  Beryl  Clark Manuon 

Commerce 
Management 
Chi  Gamma  Iota;  Alpha  Kappa  Psi:  Second 
Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC:   Marketing  Club; 
Student.  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 
Honors  Day  (2) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Charles  Francis  Clarke Bethany 

Commen  e 
Personnel  Management 
Theta  Xi 
University     Choir     (2.     3,     4);     University 
Chorus   (3);   Men's  Glee  Club   (3,  4);   Ora- 
torio Society   (4)  ;   Illini  Insurance  Society: 
Illini  Sportsman's  Club;  Society  for  the  Ad- 
vancement, of  Management:   Student  Junior 
Chamber  of  Commerce;  Young  Republicans 
Club 


DELORES  ClIENKIN Terseg  City,  X.  J. 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

English   Literature 

Phi  Sigma  Sigma 

Illini  Union   Committee    (  1  )  ;   Illini  Theatre 

Guild    Crew     (1.     2.     4);     W.A.A.     (1,    2); 

WILL   (1) 


James  Alex  Clarkson Quincy 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
History 
Delta  Phi 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2.  3)  ;  Dolphins  (2, 
3.  4)  :  Militarv  Ball  Committee  (3)  ;  Major. 
Army    ROTC;    Scabbard   and    Blade:    Illini 
Forensic    Association;    Junior   Bar  Associa- 
tion 


William   Fh  \xklix   Guilders  .  Champaign 

Division   of  Special   Services 

Zoology 


y 


Jerome  Nathan  Clauser Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi.  president   (4);  Commerce 
Council    (3);   Cadet.  Captain,  Army  ROTC; 
Phi    Chi    Eta;    Accountancy    Club;    Career 
Conference  Committee   (3) 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Lorraine  May  Chilenskas Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Fehnei-  Houso 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of    the  University  oi 
Illinois 


440 


John  Diane  Claytox Polo 

Veterinary   Medicine 
Veterinary  Medicine 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Alpha  Zeta;    Phi   Eta   Sinma  ;   The   lllio    (1, 
2);    Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1.    2);    Second 
Regimental  Band   (1.   2):   LAS  Council   (1, 
2)  ;  Student  Veterinary  Medical  Association 
Honors  Day    (1,   2):    University  of   Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Kathkyn  Lucille  Clifford Altona 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Phi    Upsilon    Omicron;    McKinley    Founda- 
tion Student  Council  (4)  ;  Home  Economics 
Club 


Theodore  Clinton  Clinard Vrbana 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Personnel  Management 
Eastern    Illinois    Statu    College,    Fullerton 
Junior  College,  Whittier  College 


Lewis  Cohen New  Rochelle,  N.  7. 

( 'ommerce 
management 
Sigma  Alpha  Mu 
Hillel   Foundation   Student  Council    (1,  2); 
First  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC 


Melvin   Cohen Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Tau  Delta  Phi 
Eta  Kappa  Nu :  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ;   Illuminat- 
ing Engineering  Society 
Honors  Day   (1,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Robert  Clinard Vrbana 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa  Sigma 
Ulini  Union  Committee  (2,  3)  ;  Star  Course 
Manager  (2);  Interfraternity  Council  (I, 
2,  3)  ;  Interfraternity  Hall  Committee  (2, 
3)  ;  First  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi 
Eta;  Marketing  Club 


Martha   Ellen    Cluverius Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Alpha  Chi  Omega 

Theta  Sigma  Phi;  The  Daily  Illini  (3)  :   II- 

lini    Union    Committee    (4);    Campus   Chest 

(3) 

Lawrence  College 


SrzANNE  Ruth  Cohen Chicago 

Agriculture 
Retailing 

Sigma  Delta  Tau 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1,2):  Star  Course 
Manager  (2);  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (1.  2); 
Campus  Chest  (1.  2);  WILL  (1);  Hillel 
Foundation  Student  Council  (2);  Panhel- 
lenic  Ball  Committee 

University  of  Wisconsin  :    Navy  Pier  Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Edward  Richard  Coiin Cldcago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre  medici  iir 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Margaret  Marie  Coderre St.  Anne 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Caglo  Hall 

Newman  Foundation  Student  Council  (2,  3,. 

4);     Illini     Insurance    Society;     Marketing 

Club 

Mount  Mary  College 


Robert  Charles  Coffees Decatur 

Engineering 

Electrical  Engineering 

Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 

The  Illio   (2)  ;   Illini  Union  Committee  (1)  ; 

Cadet    Lieutenant    Colonel,     Army    ROTC; 

Military  Council;    Phalanx;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


Gary  Ray  Coffey Elm  wood 

Commerce 
Law 
Delta  Chi 
The  Daily  Illini   (1)  ;   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee (1,  2)  ;  Junior  Bar  Association 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Robert  Edgar  Coffman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha  Chi  Sigma 
Phi  Lambda  Upsilon 

Honors    Day    (1,    2),    University   of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Elaine  June  Cohen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Evans  Hall 
Roosevelt  College 


Sandra  Fay  Cohon Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Sigma  Delta  Tau 
Shorter  Board;  The  Illio   (1)  :   Illini  Union 
Committee    (1,    2)  ;    Star    Course    Manager 
(2);  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (1);  Panhellenic 
Executive  Council    (2.  3) 


Richard  Michael  Cole Sheffield 

Engineering 

A e ro naiit ica I  E ngin ee ring 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
I.A.S. 

St.  Ambrose  Collego 


William  Howard  Cole  .  .  . Louisville,  Ky. 

Education 
Industrial   Education 
Industrial  Education  Society,  president  (4) 
Rhode  Island  College  of  Education 


Edward  White  Collins Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Phi  Kappa  Psi 
Skull   and   Crescent,   president    (2);    Board 
of  Frat:init\  Affairs  (      4)     Interfraternity 
Council   (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;   House  President  (4)  ; 
Interfraternity    Hall    Committee    (3);    Cap- 
tain, Air  Force  ROTC  ;   Young  Republicans 
Club 


Lorence  Gene  Collins Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Phi  Eta  Sigma ;  Cvclothem  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 


441 


Donald  Max  Colman Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 

Phi    Eta   Sigma;    Alpha    Delta   Sigma;    Stti 
dent    Senate    1 4 )  ;    Second    Lieutenant,    Air 
Force  ROTC;  Arnold  Air  Society 
Honors  Day  (1,3) 


Richard  Dale  Cook Newark 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Gar-Men 

Northwestern    University;    Illinois    State 
Normal  University 


Norton  William  Compton.  .  .  .Champaign 

Physical    Education 

1'h  ys  ical  E ducat  ion 
Phi  Gamma  Delta 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Sachem:  Tribe  of  Ulini;  Var- 
sity   Wrestling    Squad    (2,    3,    4),    Captain 
(4),     Letter     (3,     4);     Second    Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tau 


Kenneth  Bernard  Cooney Chimin 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 

College   Hall 


Carol  Virginia  Conard Rossville 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 

Kappa  Alpha  Theta 


Berchard   Coppens Gambia 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Lux  Mundi 
Pi  Tau  Sigma;  A.S.M.E. ;  S.A.E. 

San  Luis  Obispo  Junior  College,   Spring- 
field Junior  College 


Janet  Conger Evans  ton 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Delta  Gamma 
Sigma  Delta  Pi:  The  Daily  Ulini  (  1 )  ;  Ulini 
Union  Committee  ( 1 )  ;  Y.W.C.A.  Committee 
(1);      N.S.A.     Senate     Subcommittee      (1); 
Panhellenic    Ball   Committee    (3);    Spanish 
Club 


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John  Edward  Corcoran Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial  A d ministration 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
Star  and  Scroll;  Interfraternity  Council  (2, 
3,  4)  ;  House  President   (41  ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tau 


George  Douglas  Conlee  . . . .  Jacksonville 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

Sigma  Phi  Delta 

Chi   Epsilon;    Football   Marching   Band    (1. 

2,    3);    First   Regimental   Band    (1.   2,   3): 

A.S.C.E. 


William  Lawson  Corley.  .  .  .  River  Forest 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 
Purdue  University 


J  \mi,s   Walton   CONNOR Chieaijo 

< !ommerce 

Marketing 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Intramural  Manager  (2);  Major,  Air  Force 
ROTC:   Air  Force  Council;  Arnold  Air  So- 
ciety 


Jerald   Bernard   Conroy Dixnn 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 

Sigma  Phi  Delta 
Second    lieutenant.    Army    ROTC;    Tau   Nil 
Tau:  A.S.C.E. 


Joseph    Patrick  Conway . Cleveland,  Ohio 
Commerce 
Banking  and  Finance 
Finance  Club;  Marketing  Club 

John  Carroll  College.  Baldwin  Wallace 
College,  Ohio  State  University,  Navy  Pier 
Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Phillip  Ronald  Cook Elgin 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 

Lawrence  College 


442 


Ross  Eugene  Cornwell,  Jr. 

New  York,  N.  Y. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Industrial  Design 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 


Kevin  Patrick  Corry Oak  Park 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Club 

Phi     Epsilon     Kappa ;     Freshman     Varsity 
Football  Squad 

DePaul  University 


Peter  David   Couch Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Star  and   Scroll;    Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (II: 
Interfraternity     Council     II.     2,     3);     Dis- 
placed   Persons    Committee     (3),    Captain, 
Armv  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Robert  Thomas  Coughlin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechu  niriil   E  mi  in  ee  ri  n  g 
Sigma  Tau;   Tau   Beta    Pi;   Pi  Tau  Sigma, 
president  (4)  ;  A.S.M.E. 
Honors   Day   ('_'.  :i ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Roger  Lee  COURSON Abingdon 

Agriculture 

Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 

Alplia  Zeta;  Alpha  Tan  Alpha;  Agricultural 

Education    Club;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof 

and  Horn  Club 

Western   Illinois  Slate  College 


Burl  Lee  Covan Blue  Island 

Education 
English 
Noble  House 
Sigma  Delta  Pi;   Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Charles  Arthur  Covey Jacksonville 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Acacia 

Alpha  Kappa  Psi :   University  Orchestra   (3, 

4);     Illini     Sportsman's     Club;     Marketing 

Club 

Illinois  College 


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Marion   Belle  Cronxrite Henry 

Pine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Sigma  Kappa 
Concert   Hand    12);    University  Chorus    (1, 
2,  3)  ;  Tall  Illini  Club 

Illinois  Wesleyan   University 


orpha  Elizabeth  Crook Wauconda 

Agriculture 
Home  Economies  Education 
4-H  House 
Shorter   Board  ;    Torch :    Alpha   Chron  ;    Phi 
Upsilon   Omicron  ;    Director,   Department,  of 
Recreation,    Illini   Union    (4)  :    Illini   Union 
Board    (4);    Major    Chairman     (3);    Illini 
Union  Council   (3):   Illini  Union  Committee 
(1,  2,   3);   Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1,  2):   Il- 
lini Rural  Observer  (1,  2)  ;  Weslev  Founda- 
tion   (2,    3);    All-Ag    Field    Dav   Committee 
(1,    2);     Plowbov    Prom    Committee     (2); 
W.G.S.    Ball    Committee    (2);    Home    Eco- 
nomics Club 

Barbara  Jean   Cross Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
f  Chemistry 

Busey  Hall 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta ;  Iota  Sigma  Pi ;  Wom- 
en's Glee  Club  (  3) 

Honors  Lay  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Allen  Grafton  Cox Kirksy,  Ky. 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 
Murray  State  College 


William  Michael  Coy Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking  and  Finance 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council    (3, 
4)  ;  Finance  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  oi 
Illinois 


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Robert  Leonard  Cross Riverdale 

Agriculture 
General  A  gricultu  re 


John   Crossen Cliicago 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi  Kappa 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1)  ;  Interfraternity 
Council  (3)  ;  Varsity  Wrestling  Squad  (2)  ; 
Freshman    \  arsity    Wrestling   Squad  ;    First 
Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC 


Jeanne  Ethel  Crawford Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Leinad 
Pi  Mu  Epsilon 
Honors  -L»ay   (2,  3) 


Nora  Ann  Crown Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha  House 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2,  3)  ;  W.A.A.  (2)  ; 
French  Club 


Mary  Elizabeth  Crawford  ....  Galesburg 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Torch;    Shi-Ai;    Phi   Upsilon   Omicron;   The 
lllio   (1,  2);   Illini  Union  Committee   (1,  2, 
:;,    4);    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1);    Campus 
Chest   (1,  2);   W.A.A.    (1);   Illini  Board  of 
Control    (3,    4)  ;    Panhellenic   Ball   Commit- 
tee (2);  Home  Economics  Club;  Marketing 
Club 


Robert  Eugene  Cryer Jolief 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Sigma  Pi 
Freshman   Varsity   Basketball   Squad;    Dol- 
phins  (2,   3,   4):    IM  Rec  Board   (4);   Cap- 
tain, Air  Force  ROTC 


Mary  Jean  Crawford Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Alpha  Phi 
The    lllio    (2);    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (3); 
Spanish  Club;  Tail  Illini  Club 
MacMurray  CoJtego 


Jerry'  Arnold  Crist Mil  ford 

Agriculture 
E.  vie n x io n 
Farm  House 
Alpha   Tau   Alpha;    Major    Chairman    High 
School  Circus  Illini  Union   Committee   (3): 
Major  Chairman  Block  I   Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (4);    Illini    Union    Council    (3,    4): 
Illini    Rural    Observer     ( 2 )  ;    All-Ag    Field 
Day   Committee    (2);    Plowboy    Prom   Com- 
mittee (2)  ;  Cadet  Colonel.  Air  Force  ROTC: 
Air    Force    Council;     Arnold    Air    Society; 
Agricultural    Education    Club;    Agriculture 
Club;    Illini  Forensic  Association 


Martha  Culbert Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Dance 
Delta  Phi  Epsilon 
The  Dailv  Illini    (I);   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee   (1,    2,    3):    Illini    Theatre    Guild    Crew 
(2)  ;  Campus  Chest  (2,  3)  ;  W.A.A.   (3,  4)  ; 
WILL   (2);   Orchesis   (1.  2,  3,  4);  Fresh- 
man   Week    Committee    13);    Young    Demo- 
crats Club 
Honors  Day   (3.  4  ) 


William  Bryant  Cullen Uttmca 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Delta  Sigma  l'i 
The  Daily  Illini    (2,    3,   4);   Y.M.C.A.   Com- 
mittee   (2,    3,    4);    Interfraternity    Council 
(3,   4);    House    President.    (4);    Interfrater- 
nity   Ball   Committee    (4);    Uli-Knights ;    Il- 
lini    Insurance     Society;      Student     Junior 
Chamber  of  Commerce 


443 


444 


Roy  Lester  Ci  ller,  Jr Evanston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Campus  Chesl   (1)  ;  Second  Lieutenant,  Air 
Force  ROTC 


Richard  Lee  Cummins Mattoon 

Liberal  Arts  and    Sciences 
Physics 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Phi  Eta 
Sigma  ;  Omega  Beta  Pi 

Honors  Day  (  l,  2,  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

George  Washington   University 


Richard  Joseph  Cunningham.  .  .Palatine 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Physics 
Granada  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities;  Theater  Guild  (3) 
Roosevelt   College;    Navy   Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of   Illinois 


William  Owen  Cunningham Alvin 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Alpha  Zeta:  Y.M.CA.  Committee  (1,.2,  3)  : 
Illini   Rural   Observer   (3);   Plowhoy   Prom 
Committee    (1,    2,    3);    Lieutenant   Colonel, 
Air  Force  ROTC :  Air  Force  Council ;  Agri- 
cultural Economic-.  Club;  Agriculture  Club; 
Hoof  and  Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 


Robert  Arnold  Curley Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman  Hall 
Omega   Beta   Pi;   Second   Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC;   Junior  Bar  Association 


Dale  Marti.y  Curtin Beardstowv 

( lommerce 
Marketing 
Beta  Theta   Pi 
Sachem:   The   Daily   Illini   (4);   Star  Course 
Manager   (2);    House   President   (4);   Cap- 
tain, Air  Force  ROTC;   Arnold  Air  Society; 
Illini   Insurance  Society;   .Marketing  Club 


Robert  Giller  Curtiss Stockton 

Agriculture 

Agricultural  Science 

Farm  House 

Alpha  Zeta:   Second   Regimental  Band   (2); 

Agricultural    Economics    Club;    Agriculture 

Club;   Dairy  Production  Club 


Joan  Czekala Oak  Park 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 
Chi  Omega 

Campus    Chest    (2.    3);     Pine   and    Applied 
Arts  Society 


Gloria  Marilyn  Czerni  \k Chicago 

Liberal  Acts  and  Sciences 
Oht  mistry 

Zeta  Tan  Alpha 
Alpha  Lambda   Delta:   Iota  Sigma  Pi;  Illini 
Union  Committee  (3);    Newman  Foundation 
Student   Council    (3,    4);    Polish  Club;    Tall 
Illini  Club 

KavT  Pier  Activities:    Pier  Illini  (1,  2) 
Honors  Day   I  I,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Beverly'  Ann  Dady.  .  .  .Indianapolis,  Ind. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Delta  Gamma 
Sigma    Delta    Pi;     House    President    (4); 
Russian   Language  Club ;  Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day   (3,  4) 

William   Woods  College 


James  Lawrence  Dailing 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Paradise  Lost 
A.I.E.E.I.R.E.;  Synton 
Quincy  College 


Joel  Allan  Dain Long  Island,  N.  ¥. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
( 'hemistry 
Clark 
Omega   Beta  Pi;    Illini  Union   Board    (2); 
Illini  Union  Committee   (3);   M.I. A.  Execu- 
tive Council  (2,  3)  ;  House  President  (1) 
Honors  Day  ( 1) 


Richard  Eugene   Dasenbrock. 
Journalism 
Radio 
Joliet  Junior  College 


Lockport 


Sam  Dashepsky Pliiladelphia,  Pa. 

Commerce 
A  ccountancy 
Accountancy   Club;    Student   Junior   Cham- 
ber of  Commerce 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 
Bradley  University 


Richard  Francis  Dashner.  .  .  .Oak  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

English 

Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
Illini    Union    Committee    (2,    3,    4);    First 
Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC:     Infantry    Club: 
French  Club 

Knox  College 


John   Dassios Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg  House 
Accountancy  Club;    Marketing  Club:   Navy 
Pier    Alumni    Association;    Young    Republi- 
cans Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Charles  Edwin   Daubs McNabo 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
Basketball   Manager    (2);    Illini  Rural   Ob- 
server   (2);    Arnold    Air    Society;    Agricul- 
ture Club;   Hoof  and   Horn  Club 


Robert  Clark  Daugherty Danvilh 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Geology 
Pershing  Rit'tes 

Danville  Community  College 


Don  vi.  ii  George   Dais Haywood 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
( 'kemical  Engineering 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Y.M.c.A.  Committee  (2,  3)  ; 
A.c.s.;  A.I.Ch.E.;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Asso- 
ciation 
Honors  Day  t  l  i 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  t lie  University  of 
Illinois 


Leroy  Frank  Davidson Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 

Barton  House 
Sigma  Delta  Pi;   Navy   Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation :   Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  (2) 

Navy  1  -'i?r  Externum  of  the  I'niverr.iU   of 
Illinois 


Gerald  David  Davis Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Noble  House 
A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Joan  Fay  Davis Morris 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
University  of  Dubuque;  Northern  Illinois 
State  Teacher's  College 


Kenneth  Wayne  Davis Springfield 

<  lommerce 
Banking  and  Finance 
Acacia 
Illini   Union   Committee    (2);    House   Presi- 
dent (4)  ;  Illini  Sportsman's  Club 


Lila  Elizabeth   Davis Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Speech   Correction 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Navy  Pier  Activities:    Pier  Illini   (2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Nelson   Davis Fanner  City 

Agriculture 
General  Agricultwe 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Agriculture  Club;  Field  and  Furrow 


Wilma   Pauline   Davis Potomac 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha  Pi  Delta;   Phi  Chi  Theta 


Sara  Williams  d  ivison Urbana 

Liberal  Arts  and    Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Speech 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Mortar    Board;    Torch;    Shi-Ai;    Mask    and 
Bauble,  president   (3);    National  Collegiate 
Players:    Zeta    Phi    Eta;    Illini    Union    Com 
mittee    (  1  )  :    Illini    Theatre   Guild    Manager 
(1,  2,   3,   4),  cast  personnel  manager   (4); 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Cast     (  l,    2,    3,    4)  ; 
V.W.C.A.    Committee    (1);    WILL    (3.   4); 
Illini  Theatre  Guild   Board   (4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


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Norman  Lee  Dean Clarendon  Hills 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Barton  House 

Roosevelt   College:    Navy    Pier   Extension 
of  the  University  of   Illinois 


Audrey  Virginia   Decker Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

I.nhii 
Presbyterian  House 
Alpha  Chron  ;  Alpha  Pi  Delta:   Illini  Union 
Committee  (1,  2):   V.W.C.A.  Committee  (1, 
2);  W.G.S.  Executive  Council    (3);    W.G.S. 
Ball  Committee   (2) 


James  Conway'  Decker Oregon 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Political   Science 

Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 

Men's  Glee  Club  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Oratorio  Society 

(2,  3,  4)  ;  Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC ; 

Zeta  Sigma  Alpha 

University  of  Wisconsin 


Elinorjeanne  Lehuanani  Defibaugh 

Honolulu,  Hawaii 
Journalism 
Editorial 

Theta  Upsilon 
The  Daily  Illini  (3,  4)  :  Women's  Glee  Club 
(1,    2,    31;    Disciples    Foundation    Student 
Council   (1,  2.  3.  4)  ;  Tall  Illini  Club 

Bucknell  University 


Arden  Chester  Degner.  .  .Oshkosh,  Wis. 

Engineering 

Mechanical  Engineering 

A.S.M.E.;    German    Club;    S.A.E. ;    Young 
Republicans  Club 

Galesbnrg  Extension   of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


George   Fred   Deihs Dundei 

Engineering 
A-gricultural  Engineering 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Basketball  Manager   i2):   Senior  Ball  Com- 
mittee (4)  :   Phi  Chi  Eta  :   A. S.A.E. 
Valparaiso  Universitj 


Lonas  Robert  Delcour Granite  City 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
Campus    Chest    (2);     Engineering    Council 
(3,  4)  :  Captain.  Air  Force  ROTC;  Pershing 
Rifles;    A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;    Illuminating  Engi- 
neering Society 


Lloyd  Joseph  De.mel Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
The  Daily  Illini   (4)  ;   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee   (4):    Varsity    Gvmnastics    Squad    (2); 
Illinois  Technograph  (2);  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day   (1.  2) 

Navv  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Harold  Demsetz Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 

Heiv.l  Junior  College;  University  of 
Washington;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the 
University  of  I  llinois 


445 


Walter  William  Denby Garlinville 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 

Kappa  Sigma 

Illini    Theatre    Guild     Crew     (2);    Second 

Lieutenant,    Air    Force    ROTC;    Hoot'    and 

Horn  Club 

Blackburn  University 


Louis  Alexander  Dickinson.  .Springfield 
i  lommerce 
Marketing  and  Marketing  Research 
Moore  Hall 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi :  Accountancy  Club;  Mar- 
keting   Club;    Student    Junior' Chamber   of 
Commerce 

Springfield  Junior  College 


David  Allen   Dennen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   .Sciences 
Premedicine 
Flagg  House 
I  Imega  Beta  Pi 
Honors  Day  (3) 


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Rvth  Jeanne  Dickson Gary,  Ind. 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Western  College  for  Women 


Richard  Evans  Dennis Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Ph  ysics 
Concert    Band    (1,    2);    Football   Marching 
Hand   (1,  2) 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


Marianne  Denton Waukegai 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
French 
Alpha  Phi 
Pi  Delta  Phi 


."itf  «*■ 


Ralph  David  Dikball.  .  .  . 

(  'Ollllllfll'f 

Accountancy 

Accountancy  Club 

Wright  Junior  College 


.Chicago 


Dale  Willard  Dikmer Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.;   I.T.E.;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Asso- 
ciation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Theodore  Edward   Desch Chit-nun 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Political  Science 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Star   and   Scroll;    Phi   Alpha   Delta;    Cadet 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Junior 
Bar  Association  ;  Young  Republicans  Club 
Honors  Day  (3,  4) 


Erhardt   Pail   Dei-sidle Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Sigma  Tan:  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Eta  Kappa  Nn  ; 
Freshman     Varsity    Wrestling    Squad;    A.!. 
E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  ( 1,  2  ) 


Jacquelen   Jeanne   Devanny.  .  .  .Lincoln 
Physical   Education 
Dance 
Sigma  Kappa 
Star  Course  Manager  (2);   W.A.A.  Numer- 
als (4):  W.A.A.   (1,  2,  3,  4);  Orchesis   I  L, 
X     :     1)      Physical   Klucaticn   Majors  Club 
(1.  2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day   (  1  ) 


Robert  Anthony  Dezelick Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Sigma  Phi  Delta 
A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Fred  Vilas  Dickinson Springfield 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Moore  Hall 
Marketing   Club;    Student  Junior  Chamber 
of  Commerce;    Accountancy  Club 
Spring,  eld   Junior  I  'ollege 


446 


Donald  Peter  Die.mer Pontiac 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Graham  Lodge 
Ordnance  Club;   A.S.A.E.;   S.A.E. 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Alfred  Gerald  Dierkes Quincy 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Newman  Hall 
Tribe  of  Illini;  Varsity  Baseball  Squad   (2, 
3,  4),  Letter   (4):   Freshman   Varsity  Base- 
ball Squad  ;  A. I. A. 


Ralph  Lovis  Dietchweiler.  .Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Michigan    State    College;    Galesburg    Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


David  Lawrence   Dietejiann  .Champaign 
Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Art 
Delta  Upsilon 
Society    of    Illustrators;     Fine    and    Applied 
Arts  Council:  National  Defense  transporta- 
tion Association 


Donald  Charles  Dietejiann  .Champaign 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
t  'o  ilical  Science 
Delta  Upsilon 
Anthropology     Club;      Russian      Language 
Club  ;  Spanish  <  'lub 


Albert  Philip  Dietrich Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Alpha  Kappa   Psi :   Commerce  Council   (4): 
Accountancy  Club 

Northwestern  University 


Norma   Dietz Chicago 

Education 
Biol  Off!/ 
Alpha  Phi 
Shi-Ai;  The  Illio   (1.  2)  ;    Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee     (2);      Y.W.C.A.     Committee      (3); 
Teachers- in -Training  Club 


Walter  DiGiovanni Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Medical  I  Hunt  ration, 


Ronald  Eugene  Digles Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier;   Varsity  Baseball;   Letterinan 


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DON  \li>  Bainey  Dodds Mt.  Vernon 

Journalism 

Publication  Management 

Kappa  Sigma 

Sigma  Delta  Chi;  The  Daily  Illini   (1,  2,  3, 

I).   Sports  Editor   (4);   Second  Lieutenant, 

Army  KOTC 


Margaret  Ann   Dolan.  .  .Richmond,  Ind. 
Education 
•Social  Science 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Illini     Union     Committee     (1);     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (2);   W.A.A.   (1,  2,  3,  4);  W.G. 
S.    Executive  Council    (4);    Student  Senate 
(I);    Coordination   Committee   (4) 
Honors  Day  (  3  ) 


Hugh  Dolby Oak  Pari. 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Psi  Upsilon 
Skull  and  Crescent,   Campus  Chest   (3,  4); 
Second    Lieutenant.    Army    ROTC ;    Society 
for  t lie  Advancement  of  Management  (3,  4) 


Laura  Ann  Donagher Wilmette 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Mortar  Board;  Torch;  Shi-Ai;  Alpha  Lamb- 
da Delta,  president  (  1  )  :  Sigma  Delta  Pi, 
president  (4);  Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet  (2,  3,  4), 
president  (4);  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (1,  2, 
3)  ;  McKinley  Foundation  Student  Council 
(4)  ;  Spanish  Club 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Geraldine  Ramona  Dillon Lc  Roy 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Kappa  Delta  Pi:  Illini  Union  Committee  (2, 
3.  4);  Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (2) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 
MacMurray  College 


Paul    DiSalvo Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Wright  Junior  College 


Charles  William  Doak Metamora 

Education 
Biology 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (  1  ) 
Squad       (2):      Freshman 
Squad;   Football  Marching  Band   (2);   Sec- 
ond   Regimental    Hand    (1,    2);    Men's    Glee 
Club   (1.  2,  3);   McKinley  Foundation  Stu- 
dent Council   (2.  3,  4) 


Varsity    Track- 
Varsity      Track 


James  Wei?.  Dobbin.  Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgy  Engineering 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 
Honor:.  Day  ( 1,  2,  3,  4) 


2*     *Z, 


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Jerry  John   Donahue Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;   W.I. X.I.   (4) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Edward  Raymond   Donnelly.  . .  .LaSallt 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Prelaw 
Newman  Hall 
Saint  Bede  Junior  College 


Joyce   Ann   Donner Springfield 

Liberal   Arts   and    Sciences 

Sociology 

Alpha  Chi  Omega 

Panhellenic   Executive  Council    (3);   House 

President   (4)  ;    Panhellenic  Ball  Committee 

(3) 

MacMurray  •  !o!lege 


Robert  Michael  Donovan McLean 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Newman  Hall 
Newman    Foundation     Student    Council    (2, 
3);   Plowboy  Prom  Committee  (3);  Second 
Lieutenant,  Army  KOTC:   National  Defense 
Transportation       Association;       Agriculture 
Club;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club;  Illi-Knights 


Gladys  Jean  Dodd Melvin 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Palamar 
W.G.S.      Executive     Council      (3);      House 
President    (4);    Home   Economics  Club 
Honors  Day   (  1 ) 


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Marian  Jelovsek  Dork Chicago 

Physical   Education 
Physical  Education 
Busey  Hall 

Major  I;  W.A.A.  Numerals;  W.A.A.  (1,  2, 
3.  4)  ;  IM  Rec  Board  (3)  ;  Physical  Educa- 
tion Majors  Club 


447 


Helen    Dowel.1i Mahomet 

Fine  and  Applied   Arts 
Advertising  Design 

Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Shi  Ai  \lplm  l'i  Dilta  lllini  T  ni::ti  1  Dm- 
mittee  (1,  2);  lllini  Theatre  Guild  Crew 
14):  Y.W.O.A.  Committee  (2,  3);  Campus 
Chest  (2);  W.A.A.  (1,  2,  3,  4);  University 
Chorus  (2);  Panheller.ic  Hall  Committee 
(2);   Young  Republicans  Club 

University  of  Wisconsin 


Tommy  Miles  Drue ISerwyn 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Veterinary  Medicine 
Parade  Ground  Units 
First  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho 
Tan:   Student  Veterinary  Medical  Ass'n 
Morton  Junior  College 


Ravonne  DnwtLL Mason  City 

Agriculture 

Vocational  Agriculture 

Alpha  Zeta :  Alpha  Tau  Alpha;  Agriculture 

Education    Club;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof 

and  Horn  Club 

Bradley      University.      Western      Illinois 
State  College 


Amy  Lou  Doziei: Chicago 

Physical   Education 

Physical  Education 
Cagle  Hall 
lllini  Union  Committee   (3);  lllini  Theatre 
Guild  Manager   (1):   W.A.A.   (1);  Physical 
Education  Majors  Club 


Arthur  Frederick  Drallmeier.  Ait'crside 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Architectural  Engineering 

Delta  Sigma  Phi 

Interfraternitv    Council    (3):    A. I. A.;    A.S. 

C.E. 

Lyons    Township    Junior    College;    Navy 
Pier   Extension  of   the  University  of  Illinois 


Robert  Augustus  Draznik Joliet 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 

M.I.S. 

Joliet  Junior  College 


Ronald  Edward  Drell Ottawa 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau  Delta  Phi 

The  Daily  lllini  (  1  )  :  Second  Lieutenant. 
Army  ROTC;  National  Defense  Transporta- 
tion Association 


Delores  Ann  Dkexnan Peoria 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Torch;  Shi-Ai ;  Gamma  Alpha  Chi,  president 
(31;    Theta    Sigma    Phi;    The    Illio    (1.    2); 
lllini  Union  Board  (ti;  Panhellenic  Execu- 
tivo  Council   (3,  4).  secretary   (4);  Panhel- 
lenic Ball  Committee   I '_'  t 


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Gertrude  Rogers  Drysdale Vrbana 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Wheelock  College 


Kenneth  Paul  Dubrovin Chicago 

Agriculture 
Soil  Fertility 

Tail  Kappa  Epsilon 
Alpha   Zeta;    Phi    Eta    Sigma;    lllini   Union 
Committee   (2);  Star  Course  Manager  (2) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  Leslie  Duewer Mt.  Sterling 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Nabor  House 
Sachem;  Campus  Chest   (3):  M.I. A.  Execu- 
tive Council   (.1,  2,   3,   4):   House  President 
(4);  Agriculture  Council   (4i  :  AIl-Ag  Field 
Day  Committee  (2);  Campus  Chest  Alloca- 
tions and  Advisory  Hoard  (3)  ;  Agricultural 
Education   Club;   Agriculture  Club;   A.S. A. 
E.;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club:  Rural  Life  Club 


David  Arthur  Dufpell.  .  .Squalunk,  Mo. 

Agriculture 

Animal  Science 

Hoof    and     Horn     Club;     Tall     lllini    Club; 
Young  Democrats  Club 


Godfrey  Lawrence  Duke 

Whitestone,  .V.  Y. 
Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Star  and  Scroll;  Star  Course  Manager  (3)  ; 
Interfraternitv    Council     (2);     Major,     Air 
Force  ROTC;  A.I. A.:  A.S.C.E. 


William  Dean  Duncan.  . 
( lommerce 
Marketing 


.  Kincaid 


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Robert  Stanley  Drew Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi ;   Commerce  Council 
Major,    Army    ROTC;    Phi    Chi    Eta; 
Insurance  Society 
Honors  Day  (2,  3  ) 


(3)  ; 
lllini 


Gerhard  Walter  Drews Dundee 

Commerce 

Marketing 
German   Club;   Marketing  Club 
Elgin  Communirj   College 


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Ramon   Di  ran Chicago 

Division   of   Special   Services 
Landscape  A  rchitecture 
Zeta  Psi 
Skull    and   Crescent ;    Interfraternitv   Coun- 
cil  (1):   Forsite   ('2.   3);    Landscape  Archi- 
tecture Society 


Mary  Louise  Dusenberry Orion 

Fine  and   Applied    Arts 

Music 

Stratford  House 

University  Orchestra    (3);   Oratorio  Society 

(3);     lllini    Christian     Fellowship     (3,    4); 

Baptist  Foundation    Student  Council    (3,  4) 

Western  State  College 


Florian   Kenneth    Dusik Chicago 

Commerce 
.4  ccountancy 

Accountancy   Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni   As- 
sociation 
Honors  Day   (  1  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 

Illinois 


Donald   Leux    Di  ster Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  anil   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Wells'  House 
Sachem:      Illini     Union      Committee      (3); 
M.I. A.     Executive    Council     (3.    4)  ;     House 
President    CM:    Track    Manager    (2);    Sec- 
ond  Lieutenant.   Army   ROTC 


jC'- 


Shirlan  Lee  Eckert Herrin 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 

Southern  Illinois  University 


Raymond   Leonard   Eckman  ... .Lombard 

Engineering 

Electrical  Engineering 

Miuawa  Lodge 
Eta  Kappa  Nu;   Pi  Mu  Epsilon;   University 
Chorus   (1)  :   Illini  Christian  Fellowship  (1, 
2,   3,  4),  President    (4) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2.  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Robert  Clifford  Duty Morrison 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Western  Illinois  State  College 


Howard  Carl  Dutzi Elimvood  Park 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Barton  House 
A.I.A.:  A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  Raymond  Dvorak Oak  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Social  Science 

Spanish    Club:    Teachers-in-Training   Club: 

Pier    Illini;    International   Relations    Club: 

University  Choir 

College  of  St.  Thomas:  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Richard  James  Dvorak i.  .  .  .Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
Barton  House 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Valerie  Ramey   Dwyer Peoria 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Economics 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Shorter   Board;    Shi-Ai;    The   Ulio    (1,    2); 
Star  Course  Manager   ( 2  )  ;   Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (1.  2):   Panhellenic  Executive  Coun- 
cil (3)  :  Freshman  Council;  Freshman  Week 
Committee  (1.  2,  3)  :  LAS  Council  (1,  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Walter   Leslie   Dwyer Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Architecture 
Captain.  Army  ROTC:  Tau  Nu  Tau ;  A.I. A. 
Dnivercitj   of  Miami 


Terry   Dye Danville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Srii  nee 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 


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Byron  James  Eddy Maywood 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Medep,  Lodge 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Thobb   Holger   Edcren Rockford 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architect ural  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
Football  Marching  Band   (1,  2,   3);   Second 
Regimental  Band  (1,  2,  3)  ;  A. I. A. 


Kathleen   Ann   Edmeier Aurora 

Commerce 
Commercial   Teaching 
Vanlig 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta:   Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


David  Ernest  Edmunds Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 

Chi  Phi 
Society  of  Illustrators,  president  (4)  ;  Fine 
and  Applied  Arts  Council  (3);  Second 
Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC;  National  Defense 
Transportation  Association;  Fine  and  Ap- 
plied Arts  Society 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Wright  Junior  College 


John  Ora  Edmunds Cerro  Gordo 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Phi  Kappa  Tau 
Alpha  Phi  Omega ;  Wesley  Foundation  Stu- 
dent Council  (3.  4)  ;  A.S.M.E. 
Eastern  Illinois  State  College 


James  Malone  Edwards Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics  and  Political  Science 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da:   Sachem;   Skull  and  Crescent; 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;   Phi  Beta  Kappa;   Phi  Eta 
Sigma;    Y.M.C.A.    Board    of    Directors    (3, 
4)';    Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet     (2,    3);    Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (1);    Student  Senate    (2,   3,   4), 
president    (4)  ;    Committee   on    Student  Af- 
fairs (4)  ;  Class  Vice-President  (2)  ;  Fresh- 
man  Council    (1);    N.S.A.    Senate   Subcom- 
mittee (4)  ;  Convocations  Committee  (2,  3)  ; 
Young  Democrats  Club 


Richard  Wilson  Edwards Streator 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Biology 
Phi  Kappa  Tau 
Campus  Chest    (2);    House  President   (4); 
University    Chorus     ( 1 )  ;     Oratorio    Society 
(2)  ;   Second  Lieutenant.  Air  Force  ROTC; 
Young  Republicans  Club 


449 


Robert  William  Edwards.  .  .  .Champaign 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2);    Intramural 
Manager   (2,  3);  IM  Rec  Board    (3);   Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Tau  Nu  Tan; 
A.I.A. 
Honors  Day  (  1,  2) 


Thomas  Mitchell  Edwards 

Chattanooga,  Term. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;   Tau  Nu 
Tau;  A.S.C.E. 


John  Charles  Eggert Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Phi 
Varsity  Wrestling  Squad   (2) 


Robert  Charles  Eixsweiler Galena 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 

Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Gargoyle;  Tau  Beta  Pi;  Y.M.C.A.  Commit- 
tee (1)  ;  House  President  (3)  ;  Pine  and 
Applied  Arts  Council  (4);  Pershing  Rides 
(2):  A.I.A. ;  A.S.C.K.:  Kino  and  Applied 
Arts  Society  (2,  :'. )  ;  Floriculture  Club, 
president;  Illuminating  Engineering  Society 
Honors  Day  (2,  :'..  4).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Platteville  State  Teachers  College 


James  David  Eisen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Brandeis  University 


Barbara   Eisendroth Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;    Theta    Sigma    Phi; 
The  Daily  Mini  (  3  ) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Oberlin   College.    Navy   Pier  Extension   of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


Glen  Roger  Ekman Itasca 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Alpha   Phi    Omega :    Major   Chairman   Jazz- 
U-Like-It   Ulini    Union    Committee    (4)  ;    II- 
lini   Union   Council    (4);    Senior  Ball  Com- 
mittee (4),  chairman   (4)  ;  Agriculture  Club 
Bradley  University 


Cleon  Julius  Elmore Beards  town 

Engineering 
Agricvlta  ra  I  E  ng  in  coin  g 
Witenshire 


Geralo  Siuney  Elovitz Chicago 

Law 
Law 

Barton  House 
M.I. A.      Executive     Council;      Accountancy 
Club:    Junior   Bar  Association;    Navy   Pier 
Alumni  Association 

Navy     Pier    Activities:     Varsity    Debate 
Squad  (2) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Naji  Haddawy  Else  Aim Hillah,  Iraq 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ;    Moslem   Students   Associa- 
tion 

Baghdad  Preparatory  College 


Bernard  William  Klsner Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Tribe  of  Ulini;  Varsity  Football  Squad   (2, 
3),  Football  Letter   (2,  3):  Freshman  Var- 
sity  Wrestling   Squad :    Assistant   Company 
Commander,  Army  ROTC;   Infantry  Club 


James  Joseph  Elson Chenoa 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Ulini     Union     Committee      (4);      Newman 
Foundation    (3,  4),   president   (4);  Agricul- 
ture Club;   Young  Democrats  Club 
University  of  Notre  Dame 


Burt  Willard  Eltzrotb Tonlon 

Commerce 
Economics 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Skull  and  Crescent;   Interfraternitv  Council 
(1.   2.   3);    Captain,   Air  Force  ROTC:    Air 
Force   Council;    Arnold    Air   Society;    Scab- 
bard and  Blade;  Marketing  Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Carolyn  Burke  Emoxs Alton 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Shorter  Board;  Mask  and  Bauble:  Zeta  Phi 
Eta;  Ulini  Theatre  Guild  Manager  (3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (3) 
Monmouth  College 


Roy    Elam Anna 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.,  president  (4) 


Sally  Marie  Em  rich Elgin 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music  Ed  If  ration 
Gamma  House 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta:  Sigma  Alpha  Iota, 
president  (4);  House  President  (4);  Con- 
cert Band  (1,  2.  3.  4)  :  Oratorio  Societv  (3. 
4)  ;  School  of  Music  Student  Council  (2,  3)  ; 
Gamma  Delta 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


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BERXARD    ELIAS Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Pier  Ulini  (1,  2)  ; 
The  Brave  (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Ann  Carolyn  Engelbrecht Oregon 

Agriculture 

Bontc  Economics 

Alpha  Delta  Pi 

Ulini     Union     Committee      (3):     Y.W.C.A. 

Committee  (3):  Campus  Chest   (3);  Young 

Republicans  Club 

Illinois  Wesleyan   University 


Kenneth  William   Engelbrecht 

Watseka 

Engineering 
General  Engineer  ing 
Tan  Kappa  Epsilon 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  A.S.M.E.;  German  Club 


Lloyd  ROGER  ENGELBRECHT Waterloo 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Mooro  Hall 
House  President  (3) 


Greta   Dawn    EngST LaGrange 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Prenwsing 
Busey  Hall 
Fabriola  Pre-Nursing  Club;  Young  Repub- 
licans Club 

Lyons    Township    Junior    College,     Cook 
County  School  of  Nursing 


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Robert  Doss  Evans,  Jr Champaign 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 

Architecture 
Alpha  Rlio  (In 
Student   Senate    CD:    Class   President    (3): 
A.I.A.;  Rifle  and    Pistol  Club 


Henry  LeGrande  Evers,  Jr.  ...  Evanston 
( lommeree 
.4  ccountancy 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi ;  Accountancy  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Allen  Ewbank Marshall 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Alpha  Tan  Alpha;    Captain,   Air  Force  RO 
TC ;  Arnold  Air  Society :   Agricultural  Edu- 
cation Club 


Louise  Marie  Ericsson Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics 

Alpha  Delta  Pi 

Illini     Union     Committee     (1);     Y.W.C.A. 

Committee     (1);     Campus    Chest     (2,     3); 

Home  Economics  Club;  Marketing  Club 


Carol  Elizabeth  Ewtng 

White  Plains.  N.  Y. 
Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Kappa  Delta 
Shi-Ai;     Illini    Union    Committee    (1,    2); 
Campus  Chest  (1.  2) 


Shirley  June  Erickson Allona 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics  Education 

4-H  House 

Illini   Union    Committee    (1);    All-Ag   Field 

Day   Committee    (  1,    2,    3);    Plowboy   Prom 

Committee  (1);  Home  Economics  Club 


Elmer  Ellis  Ewing Stanford 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Son's  Home 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  McKinley  Foundation;  Stu- 
dent Council   (3,  4),  president  (4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Virginia  Alice   Erickson TJrbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Alcestis 
Torch;   Alpha  Chron  ;   Pi  Delta  Phi;   Major 
Chairman,  Summer  From,  Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (2);    Illini    Union    Committee    (2); 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Crew    (1,    2);    Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Cast   (1);  Y.W.C.A.  Commit- 
tee   (1);    W.G.S.    Executive    Council    (3); 
House  President   (3)  ;   Student  Senate   (3)  ; 
WILL     (1,    2,    4);    McKinley    Foundation 
Student   Council    (3);    French  Club;    Span- 
ish Club 


Charles  Arthur  Esser Des  Plaines 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Veterinary  Medicine 
Student  Veterinary  Medical  Ass'n 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Melvin   Esworthy Ogden 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 


Rita  Joan   Evans Harrisburg 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Zeta  Tan  Alpha 
Mortar   Board;    Torch;    Sigma  Alpha   Iota; 
The  Daily  Illini   (2)  ;   Star  Course  Manager 
(2.  3)  ;  House  President  (4)  ;  Concert  Band 
(1,    2,    3,    4);    University   Sinfonietta    (2); 
University  Orchestra  (1,  2,  :'..  4)  ;  Women's 
Glee  Club  (4) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


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Robert  Everett   Fairbanks Chicago 

Engineering 
Elect n •■ul  Engineering 
Psi  Upsilon 
Interfraternity  Council   (2,  3,  4)  ;  Dolphins 
(1,  2,  3,  4);  Illuminating  Engineering  So- 
ciety 


Beverly  Jeanne  Falk Winnetka 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Busey  Hall 
Illini     Union     Committee      (3)  ;     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee   (3);   W.A.A.    (4);   Physical  Ed- 
ucation Majors  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  Wood  Fanning Dallas,  Tex. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 
Sigma  Pi 
Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet  (3)  :  Y.M.C.A.  Committee 
(1.   2,   3,   4);    Football   Marching  Band    (3, 
4);  First  Regimental  Band   (3,  4);  Second 
Regimental  Band   (1,  2);  Men's  Glee  Club 
(2,  3,  4)  ;  German  Club 


George  Alan  Farmer East  St.  Louis 

Division  of  Special  Services 

Marketing 

Alpha  Tau  Omega 

Varsity    Tennis    Squad     (4),     Letter     (4)  ; 

Lieutenant   Colonel,    Air   Force   ROTC ;   Air 

Force  Council 


451 


Frank  Gerald  Farwell Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Chi  I'si 
The  Daily  lllini   (1);   Intel-fraternity  Coun- 
cil   c_'):    Football   Manager   (  1.   2);   Second 
Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta 


Dorothy  Lorraine  F.u  lps.  .  .  .Oak  Park 
Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Busey  Hall 
Home  Economics  Club 


John  Edward  Favero Coal  City 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Junior  Bar  Association 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Muriel  Rosamond  Faw Washburn 

Education 
Education  of  Mentally  Handicapped 

Children 
4-H  House 
lllini    Union    Committee     (3)  :    Rural    Life 
Club 


Dale  Frederick   Feastee.  .  .  .Coal   Valley 
Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Alpha   Zeta ;   Varsity  Track  Squad    (2.    3); 
Freshman     Varsitv    Track    Squad;     Varsity 
Cross    Country    Squad     (3);     All-Apr    Field 
Day   Committee    (3):    Plowboy   Prom   Com- 
mittee  (2)  :    Lieutenant  Colonel,   Air  Force 
ROTC;    Arnold    Air    Society;    Agricultural 
Economics    Club;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof 
and  Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  3 ) 


Clarence  Feiereisel McBenry 

Education 

Social  Studies 

Barton  House 

Alpha   Phi  Omega;    lllini  Union  Committee 

(4);     lllini    Theatre    Guild    Cast     (3,    4); 

House  President   (3) 


Kenneth  Irwin  Felderman 

Clinton.   Iowa 

Agriculture 

Flo  rial  It  arc 
Sigma  Pi 
Alpha  Zeta;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;   Pi  Alpha  Xi; 
House    President     (4);     Floriculture    Club, 
president  (3) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


Richard  Webster  Fell Champaign 

Journalism 

Radio 
Sigma  Delta  Chi:   .Major.   Army  ROTC;   In- 
fantry Club 


Lvle  Dean  Ferguson 1  nna 

Commerce 
Marketing  ami  Management 

Marketing    Club;    Society    for    the   Advance- 
ment of  Management 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Ronald  Hugh  Ferguson Homewood 

Physical   Education 
Physical  Education 
Theta  Xi 
Phi  Epsilon    Kappa:    House   President    (4); 
Freshman  Varsity  Football  Squad;  Captain, 
Army  ROTC;   Alpha  Rho  Tau  :    Indian  Stu- 
dents Association  :    Physical   Education  Ma- 
jors Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3,  4) 


Everett  Harold  Fields Paxton 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi  Tau  Sigma;  A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E. 
Rensselaer  Polytechnic  Institute 


Robert  Grant  Fields.  .  .North  Henderson 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 

Minawa  Lodge 
Alpha  Zeta;   Second  Regimental  Band   (3); 
lllini  Christian  Fellowship   (3,  4);  Agricul- 
tural   Economics    Club;    Agriculture    Club; 
Field  and  Furrow 
Honors  Day  ( 4) 

Western  Illinois  State  College 


Joan  Marilyn  Fife Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Sherwood  Lodge 
Milton   College;    Northwestern   University 


William  Jack  Finlay Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg  House 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Jerome  D.  Fireman Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce  and  Laic 
Noble  House 
Beta    Gamma    Sigma:    Captain,    Air    Force 
ROTC 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Robert  Dale  Firth Bcidd 

Commerce 
Industrie  I  A  d  in  in  ixt  ration 
College  Hall 
First  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


Robert  Bernard  Fisher 

University  City.  Mo. 

Engineering 

Metallurgical    Engineering 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
House  President    (4):    M.I.S. 
Washington  University 


Sheldon  Zellick  Fisher Elgin 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teaching  of  Social  Studies 
lllini   Union   Committee    (3):   Military  Ball 
Committee     (3):     Second     Lieutenant,     Ail- 
Force  ROTC;  Young  Republicans  Club 


Virginia  Anne  Fisher Decatur 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics  Education 

ZetB  Tan  Alpha 

The  Illio  (2);  Illini  Union  Committee  (1): 

Ulini  Rural  Observer  ( '-' )  ;  Home  Economics 

Club 


James  Edward  Fitzgerald Pari* 

Veterinary   Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Phi  Kappa 
Student.  Veterinary  Medical  Ass'n 
Purdue  University 


Charlotte  Ann  Fitzpatrick.  .  .  .Chicago 
Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Illini    Union    Committee     (3,    4)  ;     Campus 
Chest  (3)  ;  W.A.A.  (3,  4)  ;  Junior  Orchesis 
(3,  4)  ;  Young  Republicans  Club 
(irinnell  College 


Philip  Harry  Flick Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Delta  Chi 
The  Daily  Illini  (1,  2);  The  Illio  (2,  3), 
Junior  Business  Manager;  Illini  Union 
Committee  (1,  2);  Interfraternitv  Council 
(3.  4)  :  Intel-fraternity  Ball  Committee  (2)  ; 
Military  Ball  Committee  (3):  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta;  Illini 
Insurance  Society 


Janet  May  Flowers Elmwood  Park 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

Chcmixl  rg 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Monmouth  College 


James  Edmund  Flynn Champaign 

Commerce 
Economics 

Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Freshman    Varsity    Wrestling    Squad:    Phi 
Chi  Eta;  Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


Charles  Thomas  Flagler Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman  Hall 
WILL  (4)  ;  Marketing  Club 

Port  Arthur  College:  Galesburg  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois:  Navy  Pier 
Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Donald  James  Flaherty Ladd 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Newman  Hall 
Student    Religious    Council     (3);     Newman 
Foundation   Student   Council    (3,   4);   Agri- 
culture Club;  A.S.A.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  .Junior  College 


Thomas  Patrick  Flattery.  .  .Springfield 
Agriculture 
Marketing 
Moore  Hall 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC:    Agricul- 
tural   Economics    Club;    Agriculture    Club; 
Hoof  and  Horn  Club;  Marketing  Club;  Stu- 
dent Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 
Springfield  Junior  College 


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Adel    LAURA   FOCHTMANN Springfield 

Commerce 
Secretarial   Training 

Phi  Chi  Theta ;    Lutheran   Student  Associa- 
tion (4) 

Butler  University 


Catherine  Eleanor  Foltyxewicz. Tonica 
Education 
Art 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College:   Il- 
linois   State    Normal    University;    Northern 
State  Teachers  College 


Verlin  William  Foltz Elgin 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 

College  Hall 
Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 


Loris  Howard  Fleck 

Commerce 
Management 
Olivet,  Nazarene  College 


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Carolyn    Flesher Taylorville 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
History 
Alpha-  Delta  Pi 
The  Daily  Illini  ( 1 ) 


Reva  Alice  Fort Armington 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta  Tau  Alpha 

Illio    (1,    2,    3);    Star    Course    (1);    Home 
Economics  Club 


Marilyn  McCown  Foster Vrhana 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Isaac  Alonzo  Flesher Gridley 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Chemical    Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 


John  Lawrence  Fowlie La  den, me 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Alpha  Delta  Phi 
Oratorio  Society   (3,   4) 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


453 


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Audrey  Maxixe  Fox Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio 

Laurel  Mouse 

Illini   Theatre   Guild    Crew    <  1,    :i)  ;    House 

President    (3)  ;    Hillel    Foundation    Student 

Council   (3) 


Gerald  David   Pox Palestine 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Science 
Colonial  Manor 
Alpha  Zeta;  House  President  (4)  ;  Agricul- 
ture   Club:     Hoof    and    Horn    Club;     Illini 
Sportsman's  Club 
Vincennes  University 


Robert  Bruce  Foxall Elmhvrst 

Engineering 
Cera  in  ic  Engineering 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Keramos:  Second  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  RO- 
TC:   Scabbard  and  Blade 


Donna  Jane  Frame Eldon,  Mo. 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Alpha  Phi 
Alpha   Lambda   Delta:    Gamma   Alpha   Chi; 
Theta    Sigma    Phi ;    Freshman    Week    Com- 
mittee  (4) 

Drury  College 


Allan  Jerome  Francisco Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Major.   Army  ROTC :    Infantry  Club,   presi- 
dent  (4) 

University  of  South  Carolina 


Barbara  Jeax  Frank Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Evans  Hall 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1);   Illini  Theatre 
Guild  Crew   (1,  2) 


Ursula  Frankel   Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Ivria 
W.A.A.   (2,  4)  ;  House  President.  (4) 
Wilson    Junior  College 


V  lJ\ 


Robert  Eugene  Frazier.  .  .  .Greeley,  Colo. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  rchitecture 
Pi   Kappa  Alpha 
Scarab;    Second    Lieutenant.    Army  ROTC; 
Phalanx;  A. I. A. 
Butler  University 


Tevis  Cooper   I-'ki.em  \x Chicago 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
.4  rchitecture 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Gargoyle,  president  (3);   Fine  and  Applied 
Arts  Council  (3.  4)  ;  Captain,  Army  ROTC: 
A. LA. 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3,  4) 


Jeanne   Ann  Fricke Elgin 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Delta  Zeta 
The  Dailv  Illini   (4)  ;   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee   (4)  :    Illini    Theatre    Guild    Crew    (4)  ; 
Tall   Illini  Club 
Beloit  College 


Laurence  Irwin  Friedman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Clark  House 
Second    Lieutenant.     Army    ROTC;     Alpha 
Rho  Tan;   Marketing  Club;   Praetorians 


David  Ardin  Frisbie Woodstock 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;  Second  Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tau 


Alice  Irene  Froehlixo Cissna  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Beta  House 
Alpha  Chron :  Mask  and  Bauble;  Zeta  Phi 
Eta;   Illini  Theatre  Guild   (2,  3),  associate 
manager    (3);   House  President   (3) 
Honors  Day   (2) 


Rosie  Fujikawa Glendale,  Calif. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Priceome 

University  of   California;   Roosevelt  Col- 
lege 


454 


Jean  Audrey  Frase Oak  Park 

Education 
Element urii  Education 
Zeta  Tau  Alpha 


Bruce  Haven  Frazier Glencoe 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Skull  and  Crescent;  Tribe  of 
Illini;  Varsity  Baseball  Captain  (4);  Vars- 
ity Baseball  Squad  (2,  3,  4),  Letter  (2,  3, 
4)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Baseball  Squad;  Cap- 
tain, Army  ROTC;  National  Defense  Trans- 
portation Association 


Jane  Funkhouser Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi  Omega 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta:    Theta    Sigma    Phi: 
The  Daily  Illini    (3,  4);   Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (1);    Illini   Theatre   Guild   Manager 
(2);    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2);    House 
President    (4) 
Honors  Day   (1.  2) 


William  Joseph  Fuzzi.  .Union  City,  N.  J. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.;  I.T.E. 


Gloria  Ann  Gable /,«  Granite  Park 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta  Tau  Alpha 
Shorter     Board;     Torch:     Shi-Ai;     Gamma 
Alpha   Chi;    Theta    Sigma    Phi;    The    Illio, 
Junior  Manager   ( 'A )  ;   The   Illio    (1,   2,   3); 
Illini  Union  Committee   (1,  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 


John   Gambon    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Tennis  Team  (1,  2),  Letter  (1,  2) 
Honors  Day  (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Kenneth  Allen  Gablin Thomson 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Illini  Forensic  Association 

Western  Illinois  State  College 


Robert  Calvin  Gach Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Illini  Christian   Fellowship   (3):   Marketing 
Club,  president  (4)  ;  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 

Illinois    Institute    of    Technology;    Wilson 
Junior  College 


Donna  Jane  Gaddis Raleigh 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Sherwood  Lodge 
Kappa  Delta  Pi :   German  Club 
Honors  Day   (1.4) 

Asbury   College;    Southern    Illinois   Uni- 
versity 


Cecile  Ann  Gagan Oak  Park 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi  Omega 
Torch;  Mask  and  Bauble;  Theta  Sigma  Phi; 
The    Illio    (1,    2);    Illini    Union    Committee 
(1);   Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager   (2,   3): 
Star  Course  Manager   (2);   Y.W.C.A.   Com- 
mittee  ( 1 )  ;   Freshman   Council 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


Sarah   Catherine    Gain Rushville 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Pi    Alpha    Xi,    president    (4);    Floriculture 
Club 


Robert  Stephen  Gallagher.  ..  .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Delta   Chi 

Senior    Gymnastic    Manager    (4)  ;    Athletic 

Council  (4)  ;  Ensign.  NROTC;  Accountancy 

Club 


Ramirez  Hector  Fabio  Gallo 

Bogata,  Colombia,  S.  A. 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University  of  Los  Andes 


Alfonso  Galvis.  .Bogota,  Colombia,  S.  A. 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
University  of  the  Andes 


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George  Eugene  Gandbatj Aurora 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Delta  Chi 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma;  The  Daily  Illini  (1,  2, 
3),   Junior   Sales   Manager    (3);    Y.M.C.A. 
Committee     (1);     University    Chorus     (1); 
Student  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 


Alicia  Garcia-Colin.  .Mexico  City,  Mexico 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Latin  A  merican  Studies 

Caglo  Hall 

Newman    Foundation    Student    Council    (3, 

4);     Ibero-Americ  an    Association;     Spanish 

Club 

Mexico  City  College;   Maryville  College 


Charles  William  Gardner 

Davenport,  Iowa 
Commerce 
Management 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Alpha   Kappa   Psi;    Y.M. 
C.A.    Committee     (  1  )  ;     Second    Lieutenant. 
Army   ROTC ;    Phalanx:    Accountancy  Club 
Honors   Day   (1,   3) 


Oral  Eugene  Gardner Rock  Island 

( Jommerce 
Management 

Moline  Community   College 


Robert   Bruce   Garland Elgin 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

(  he  mist  r  II 

Delta  Phi 
Honors  Day   (1.2) 


Mary  Shirley  Garman Bethany 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Yanlig 
McKinley   Foundation    Student   Council    (3, 
4)  ;   Home  Economics  Club 


Ted  Lewis  Garrison Mt.   Ternon 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1);    Campus    Chest 
(1,  2);   Intramural  Manager   (2,  4);  Con- 
cert Band   (1,  2,  3,  4)  :  Football  Marching 
Band   (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  A.S.C.E. 


Barbara  Ann  Gates Belmont, 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Botany 
Alpha  Phi 
Campus  Chest  (3,  4) 
Illinois  College 


455 


Phillip  Wendell  Gates.  .  .  .Thomasboro 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Varsity  Track  Squad  (4);  Freshman  Vars 
ity  Track  Squad;  Major,  Army  BOTC; 
Pershing  Bines;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  Zeta 
Sigma  Alpha 


Monte  Herring  Gaul Tipton,  Iowa 

( lommerce 
/ ;/  d  ust  via  I  A  d  m  i  n  ist  in  Hon 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 

Iowa  State  College;   University  of  Iowa; 
Colorado  A.  and  M.   College 


Joseph  Anthony  Gawronski.  .  .  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
£?i  ography 
Newman   Hall 
Freshman  Varsity   Basketball   Squad;   Can- 
tain,  Army  BOTC  ;  Alpha  Bho  Tau  ;  Infan- 
try   Club;    Junior   Bar   Association;    Polish 
Club;   Rifle  and  Pistol   Club;   Spanish  Club 


Richard  Gaydos   

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
M.I.S. 

Syracuse   University 


Chicago 


Richard  Gelbert    

Commerce 
Marketing 


.  Chicago 


ROSANN    MABERY    (iELVIN Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Illini   Theatre   Guild   Crew    (1,   2);   WILL 
(2)  ;    Terrapin    (  1.    2,    4) 


Artihu  Marvin  Gensior 

Brooklyn,  N.   T. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

( 'hemistry 

Lundgren  House 

Illini  Union   Committee   (2,  3,  4);  Y.M.CA. 

Committee    (3,    4);    Captain,    Army   BOTC; 

Spanish  Club 


Pascal  Anthony  Gerard Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Club  Lana 
House  President.   (3);   A.S.M.E. 

Illinois    Institute    of    Technology;    Navy 
Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


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Phillip    Henry   Gerbert Seneca 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Second  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  BOTC;  Cyclo- 
them  Club;   Illini  Sportsman's  Club 


456 


Herbert   Lee  Gerecke Pekin 

Physical    Education 

Physical  Education 
Sigma  Pi 
Tribe  of  Illini  (3,  4)  :   Basketball  Squad  (2, 
3.    4).    Letter    ( :i.    4):    Freshman    Varsity 
Basketball    Squad  :    First    Lieutenant,    Army 
ROTC;    Infantry   Club 


Elmer  Claud  Gerlach Sparta 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Education 
Nabor  House 
Alpha  Zeta;   Alpha   Tan   Alpha;    Intramural 
Manager  (2);  Agricultural  Council  (3,  4); 
All-Ag    Field    Day    Committee     (1,    2,    3); 
Plowboy    Prom    Committee    (2,    3);    Major, 
Air    Force    BOTC:     Arnold    Air    Society; 
Pershing     Rities;      Agricultural     Education 
Club;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof    and    Horn, 
president   (4) 

Honors  Day   (1,   2,   3);    University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship   Key 

Gerald  Day  Germanson 

Milwaukee,  Wis. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architect  unit  Engineering 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Star  and  Scroll;  Illini  Union  Committee  (1, 
2);    House    President    (4);    Fine   and    Ap- 
plied Arts  Society 
Honors   Day    (1,    3) 

University  of   Wisconsin 


Marvin   Homer  Gesell Bloomington 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Chi  Psi 
Illini    Union    Committee    (3);    Star   Course 
Manager    (1,    2);    Intramural   Manager    (1, 
2 )  :  University  Chorus  (II;  Men's  Glee  Club 
(  1  )  ;   Oratorio  Society  (2) 


George  Joseph  Getty Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Parade  Ground  LTnits 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  A.I.A. 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  LTniversity  of 
Illinois 


Kenneth  Daniel  Getz Morton 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Star    and    Scroll;    Alpha    Zeta;    Y.M.CA. 
Committee    (1,    2);    Interfraternity   Council 
(3);     Freshman     Varsity    Fencing    Squad; 
Men's  Glee  Club   (2,   3,  4);   president   (4); 
Agriculture  Council    (3)  ;   All-Ag  Field  Day 
Committee   (2,   3)  ;   Plowbov  Prom  Commit- 
tee (2.  3)  ;  Captain,  Army  BOTC;  National 
Defense    Transportation    Association;    Agri- 
culture Club;   Dairy  Production  Club 


Lowell    Lee    Getz Chesterfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
The  Mansion 
Phi  Kappa  Phi ;   Phi  Beta  Kappa ;   Phi  Eta 
Sigma;  Captain,  Army  BOTC;  Illini  Sports- 
man's  Club,   president.    (2);    Ecology  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  '-',  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Ruth  Ann  Getz Morton 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Zeta  Phi  Eta   (4)  :    Illini  Union  Committee 
(3)  ;  Campus  Chest  (3) 
Christian  College 


Burzoe  Khushro  Ghandhi 

Allahabad.   India 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi  Tau  Sigma;  A.S.M.E.;   Indian  Students 
Association 
Honors  Day  (3) 

St.   Joseph's  College 


Shirley   Ann   Giesecke Belvedere 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Palamar 

Mask  and  Bauble  (2,  :!.  4);  Illini  Theatre 
Guild  Manager  (2,  3,  4)  ;  University  Chorus 
(•_');  Choristers  (  l  ) 


Jeanette  Theodora  Gilchrist  ...  Peoria 
Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Rosewood 


James  William  Gill S/>eer 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Mi-Dell 
Alpha  Zeta;  Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (1);   Stu- 
dent   Senate     (4);     Illini    Rural    Observer 
(2);   All-Ag  Field    Day   Committee    (2,    3); 
Plowboy  Prom  Committee    (1,   2,    3)  ;    Cap- 
tain,   Air   Force    ROTC;    Agriculture   Club; 
Field  and  Furrow  :   Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


Joanne  Elaine  Gillespie.  .  .  .Glen  Eltt/n 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Zeta  Tau  Alpha 
Iota  Sigma  Pi:   Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (3) 
Monmouth  College 


Glenn    Leverne    Glassburn Coleta 

Education 
Industrial  Education 
Industrial    Education    Society 
Western  Illinois  State  College 


Mary-Jo   Gmelich    Peru 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Committee    on    Student    Affairs    (2);    Uni- 
versity Chorus  ( 2 ) 

University  of  Washington 


Robert   Dean   Goben Bloomington 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Dornoch 

Alpha  Tau  Alpha 

Illinois  State  Normal  University 


Elizabeth   Christa  Gohrbandt. 

Oak  Park 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Evans  Hall 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;     Iota     Sigma     Pi; 
Arnold  Air  Society 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Lewis  Ira  Golan Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 

Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;    The    Daily    Illini     (4); 
Varsity   Swimming   Squad    (2);    Navy  Pier 
Alumni   Association ;    Tall   Illini  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:   Pier  Illini   (2) 
Honors  Day   (  4 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois:    University   of   Chicago 


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Donald    Ned    Goldberg Chicago 

Commerce 
,1  ccountancy 
Plagg  House 
Accountancy  Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni  As- 
sociation 

Navy   Pier   Activities:    Pier   Illini    (2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Stanley  Goldberg Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Sigma  Alpha   Mu 
Scarab;    Captain,   Air  Force  ROTC;   A. I. A. 


Stanford  Goldm  \n Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
500  Club 
Campus  Chest    (1);    House   President    (2); 
Accountancy  Club 


Eleanore  Ettie  Goldsmith Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Busey   Hall 
Illini  Rural  Observer  (2)  ;  Home  Economics 
Club 


Raymond  John  Golik Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical  Engineering 

Theta  Delta  Chi 

Pi  Tau  Sigma;  Interfraternity  Council  (2)  : 

Major,    Army    ROTC:    Tau    Nu    Tau;    A.S. 

M.E.,  president  (3) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  :i )  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarsip  Key 


Nikolai  Theodor  Goncharoff.  .  .Chicago 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Parade  Ground   1'nils 
Sachem;     Tomahawk;     Y.M.C.A.    Board    of 
Directors  (3)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet  (1,  2,  3)  ; 
r.M.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2,    3,    4);    House 
President   (4);  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ;   Illini  For- 
ensic Association 


Jaime  Euleta  Gonzalez 

Bogota,  Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical  E ng in ee ring 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;      Ibero-American     Associa- 
tion ;   Spanish  Club 

University  of   Los   Andes 


Joseph  Anthony  Gonzalez.  .  .Gary,  Ind 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Sigma   Alpha   Epsilon 
Sachem;  Skull  and  Cresent 
Varsity  Track  Squad    (2.   3 
3,    4);     Freshman    Varsity 
Second  Lieutenant, 
Eta 


Tribe  of  Illini; 

4).   Letter   (2. 

Track    Squad ; 

Army  ROTC:   Phi  Chi 


William  Raymond  Goodheart 

Eaton,  Ohio 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma  Alpha   Epsilon 
l'lii    Eta    Sigma:     Illini    Union    Committee 
(1);     Interfraternity    Council     (1,    2,     3); 
Military    Ball    Committee    (3);    First    Lieu- 
tenant,   Army   ROTC;    Phi   Chi   Eta,    Presi- 
dent  (4)  ;    Scabbard  and  Blade 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


457 


458 


Meyeb    Gorbatkin     Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Royal  Towers 

House  President  (41;  llillel  Foundation 
Student  Council  (3)  ;  Theatre  Guild  (1,2); 
Pier  Illini  ( 'J  )  ;  N.A.P.I.  Radio  Production 
Service 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Harold  Roy  Gordon  ..  Washington,  />.  0. 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (1);  University 
Chorus  (  1.  2)  ;  Men's  (llee  Club  (2)  ;  WILL 
(1):  Colonel,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Air  Force 
Council;  Armed  Forces  Council;  Arnold  Air 
Society;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  Accountancy 
Club;  Marketing  Club:  Society  for  tile  Ad- 
vancement of  Management 

Howard  Lyon  Gordon Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Noble  House 
Alpha   Delta   Sigma;    Sigma   Delta  Chi;   The 
Daily    Illini    (4):    Illini    Union    Committee 
(4);    Journalism    Council     (4);    Marketing 
Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Pier  Illini  (2); 
Varsity  Tennis  Squad  (2);  Theatre  Guild 
(2) 

University  of  Wisconsin;  Loyola  Uni- 
versity; Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Uni- 
versity of    Illinois 


Sharon   Yola  Gorewit Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Illini   Union  Committee   (2);   Illini  Theatre 
Guild  Crew  (3)  ;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation    1  all  Illini  Club     Pur  Illini     Univers- 
ity Choir 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois:    Roosevelt    College 


Donald    Eugene   Goss Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Newman   Hall 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;  Beta  Gamma  Sigma:  Beta 
Alpha     Psi;     Accountancy     Club;     Student 
Junior    Chamber    of    Commerce 
Honors   Day    (1,   2,    3);    University   of   Illi- 
nois  Scholarship   Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  ot 
Illinois 


Richard  Eugene  Gosswiller.  . .  .Chicago 
Journalism 
Advertising 
College    Hall 

Alpha   Delta  Sigma:   The  Daily  Illini   (3): 

Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (3);      Navy      Pier 

Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities :   The  Brave   (2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 

Illinois 


Delmar   James    Gottschalk Normal 

Liberal   Arts  and   Science 
Chemical  Engineering 
Dornoch 
A.T.Ch.E. 
Honors    Day    (  :i ) 

Illinois  State  Normal  University 


Yvonne   Dorothy  Gouchenour.  .Vrbana 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha   Gamma   Delta 
Theta  Sigma  Phi;  W.A.A.   (1.2);  McKinley 
Foundation    Student    Council    (3,    4) 


Genevieve   Louise   Gould.  ..  .Kenilwortl 

Physical   Education 
Plii/sirnl  Education 
Kappa  Delta 
Alpha.    Sigma    Nu :    Major    I;    W.A.A.    Num- 
erals; W.A.A.  (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  House  President 
(4);   Terrapin    (3,   4);    Physical   Education 
Majors   Club,    president     I  1  | 
Monmouth   College 


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Shirley   Louise   Gould Peoria 

Education 

Elemcutaii)  Education 

Pi   Beta  Phi 

Illini     Union     Committee     (2);     Y.W.C.A. 

Committee    (3);     University    Chorus    (1); 

Orchesis  (1,  2) 


Carl  Leslie  Gowler Mt.  Vernon 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Southern  Illinois  University 


Robert   Willis  Graham.  .Concord,  Calif. 
Commerce 
Management 
Tan.  Kappa  Epsilon 
Campus    Chest     (1):     Interfraternity    Ball 
Committee    (2);    Ensign.    NROTC;    Market- 
ing Club;    Society   for   the   Advancement  of 
Management 


Walter  William  Graham, 

Commerce 

Economics 

Tara  Hall 


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Cesar  Jilio  Granados.  .Bogota,  Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Universidad  Nacional,   University  of  Los 
Andes 


Donald   Frank   Grass Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Sigma     Iota     Epsilon :      Student     Religious 
Council     (4)  ;     Hillel     Foundation     Student 
Council  (1,  2,  3,  4).  president  (3);  Market- 
ing Club 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    :'..    4):    University    of 
Illinois  Scholarship  Key 


Conway  Knight  Graves Alton 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Political  Science 

Kappa  Alpha   Psi 

Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (  1  )  :     Interfraternity 

Council    (3);   House   President    (4):   Major. 

Air  Force  ROTC:   Arnold  Air  Society 


LaDorothy  Imerixe  Craves Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Sociology 

Lincoln   Avenue    Residence 

Campus  Chest  (4);   W.A.A.  Numerals   (2); 

W.A.A.    (1,   2,   3,   4):    Women's  Glee  CluD 

(3.  4)  ;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Joseph  Laverne  Greeley.  .ElmwoodPark 

Division  of  Special  Services 

Geography 

Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Star    and    Scroll;    Illini    Union    Committee 
(3);    Senior   Ball    Committee    (2);    Second 
Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;    Alpha   Rho   Tau 
Honors  Day   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donna   Josephine    Green Ivesdale 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Spanish 
Vanlig 
Shorter  Board;  Torch:  Alpha  Chron.  presi- 
dent   (2);     Illini    Union    Hoard    (4);    Illini 
Union    Committee    (1)  ;    W'.G.S.    Executive 
Council   (3,   4);   Newman   Foundation  Stud- 
ent   Council     (2);    W.G.S.    Ball    Committee 
(2.  3),  chairman   ( '■'< )  ;   Spanish  Club. 


James    David    Green Streator 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta  Xi 
House    President     (3);     Football    Manager 
(2):    Newman   Foundation   Student  Council 
(2):  First  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC ;  Alpha 
Rho  Tau  :  Accountancy  Club:  Moinguena 


Mary  Lor  Green Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Production 
Delta  Sigma  Theta 
W.A.A.   Numerals:    W.A.A.    (1,   2.   3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Leo  Green Camp  Grove 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 

Phi  Kappa 

First  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC:   Arnold 

Air    So.-i?t\      Agriculture    Club      Hoof   ani 

Horn    Club 


Betty  SHIELA  Greenberg. Wichita,  Kans. 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Political  Science 

Lincoln   Avenue  Residence 
Phi    Kappa    Phi:    Mask    and    Bauble;    Illi- 
ni   Union     Committee     (3);     Illini    Theatre 
Guild  Manager   I  3,  4) 

Honors  Day   (2.   3);   University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

University  of  Wichita 


Stuart    Neal    Greenbergeb Chicago 

Law 

La  w 
Tan  Delta  Phi 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:  The  Daily  Illini;  (1)  ;  Illini 
Union  Committee  12)  ;  Intel-fraternity  Coun- 
cil  (1,  2.  3);   House  President   (4);  Major, 
Air  Force  ROTC  ;  Accountancy  Club;  Junior 
Bar  Association 
Honors  Day    (1.   2) 


Alice    Eugenia   Greene Danville 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Social  Studies 
The   Dailv   Illini    (4):    Illini   Theatre   Guild 
Crew   (3,   4):    V.W'.C.A.   Committee   (3.   4); 
American   Society  for  Public  Administra- 
tion :   Spanish  Club 

Danville  Junior  College 


Marvin  Greene  Chicago 

( !ommerce 
Accountancy 

Barton    House 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Norman  Harold  Greene Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Barton  House 
Sigma   Delta  Chi;   French  Club:   Navy  Pier 
Alumni  Association;   Praetorians 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


J  \ft', 


Alan  Joel  Grei man Chica  io 

Law 

Law 
Nu  Beta  Epsilon;  Junior  Bar  Association; 
Young  Democrats  Club 
University  of  <  Chicago 


Donald  Ralph  Grieves Peoria 

Division   of  Special  Services 
Political  Science 
Illini  Forensic  Association;   Young  Demo- 
crats Club 


Donald  Ray  Griffith Clinton 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha   Zeta :   Agriculture  Council    (3); 
Second  Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;   Agricul- 
ture   Club;    Field    and    Furrow,    president 
(3);    Hoof  and    Horn    Club 
Honors   Day    (1,   2.    3):    University  of   Illi- 
nois  Scholarship  Key 


Harold  Chester  Griffith  ....  Galesburg 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Parade   Ground    Units 
Illini  Union  Committee  (1)  ;  Seabury  Foun- 
dation   Student  Council    (3,   4)  ;   A. I. A. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Anton  Grill Woodstock 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Captain,     Army     ROTC;      Phalanx:      Zeta 
Sigma    Alpha;    Marketing   Club 


John-  Hannes  Grimson,  Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Mecha  nical  Eng  i  nee  ring 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Edward    Douglas    GROEBE Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Barton   House 
Sigma  Tau:   A.I.E.E.-T.R.E. 
Honors   Day   ( 1 ,   2 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Max  Groemlino Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Barton  Houso 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (4)  ;  Intramural  Alan 
ager  (3);  Gamma  Delta;  German  Club: 
Marketing  Club:  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation; Society  for  the  Advancement  of 
Management,  president  (4)  ;  Y.M.C.A. - 
Y.W.C.A.    Camera    Club    (3.    4) 

Navy  Fi;r  ictivitiis  Pier  Illir.i  (1  .-,) 
Navy  Pier  "Brave"  (3);  Illinois  Techno 
graph  (1);  Orchesis  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Henry  Fred  Gromoll,  Jr. 

Evergreen.   Purl; 
Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
German   Club 

Morgan   Park  Junior  College.    Navy   Pier 
Extension  of  the  Ur.iversitj    ::f  Illinois 


459 


John   Richard  Gross Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E. 

Morion   Junior   College 


William  Henry  Gumprecht.  . .  . 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 

Honors  Day   ( 1  ) 


Jill  II  CI/ 


William  Frederick  Grosses.  .  .Oak  Pari 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da;    Sachem :   The  Illio.   Associate 
Business  Manager  (4)  ;  The  Illio  (1,  2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Richard  Irwin  Gunther Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lundgren  House 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Leroy  Grossman   Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Medea   Lodge 
Illinois     Technograph      (4);      Engineering 
Council   (4);  A.S.M.E.;  Junior  Bar  Associ- 
ation   (4) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois:    Illinois   Institute   of  Technology 


Willard  Herbert  Gunther Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Missouri  Valley  College 


Robkrt   Earl  Grossman Cambridge 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Chi  Psi 
Second    Lieutenant,     Army    ROTC ;     Alpha 
Rho  Tau 


4 


John  Donald  Gcstafson Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Military  Ball  Committee    (3):   Navy  Coun- 
cil; Finance  Club;  Mini  Insurance  Society; 
Marketing  Club;   Young  Republicans  Club 


Lois  Jean  Gualano Oak  Park 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Torch;    Gamma    Alpha    Chi;    Theta    Sigma 
Phi;    The    Daily    Mini    (1,    2,    3,    4);    Mini 
Theatre   Guild    Manager    (2.    3);    V.W.C.A. 
Committee  (2)  ;  Student  Senate  (3)  ;  French 
Club 


Darlene  Elaine  Guderjan Varna 

Education 
Education  of  the  Mentally  Handicapped 
4-H  House 
Mortar  Board;  Torch;  Kappa  Delta  Pi;  The 
Daily  Mini  (2,  3)  ;   W.G.S.  Executive  Coun- 
cil  (3)  ;  House  President.  (4)  ;  Student  Sen- 
ate   (2);    Mini    Rural    Observer    (1);    Lu- 
theran  Foundation  Student  Council   (2,  3); 
Gamma  Delta;   Home  Economics  Club 
Honors  Day  (  1,  2,  3  )  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Richard  Camp  Gustafson Oak  Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa  Sigma 
Skull   and   Crescent  :    Intel-fraternity   Coun- 
cil   (3);   House  President.   (3);   Intramural 
Manager  (1)  ;  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 


Jeannien  Adelle  Gustavison.  .Rockford 

Agriculture 

Rome  Economics 

Gamma  Phi  Beta 

The    Illio    (1,    2);    Mini    Union    Committee 

(1):    Mini    Theatre    Guild    Manager    (1); 

Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1);   House  President 

(4) 


Ralph  Dua.ne  Gillett Mat/nun 

Agriculture 
A  gric  ul  I  a  ral  Ed  u cat  ion 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Agricultural    Education     Club;     Agriculture 
Club  ;  Synton 

Western   Illinois  Stale  College 


George  Robert  Haack Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  ichitccl ii 1 1 
Fireside 
A. I. A.;  Young  Republicans  Club 
Wright  Junior  College 


Marvin  Arthur  Gummersheimer 

Colo  in  hill 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 

Agricultural    Education    Club;    Agriculture 
Club 

Southern     Illinois    University;     Belleville 
Junior  College 


Janet  Ann   Gumprecht West  Saler, 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta;   Iota  Sigma  Pi 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


460 


Joseph  William  Haas Rossville 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  A. S.A.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


Dave  Edward  Habley Brookfteld 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia ;   Concert  Band   (2, 
3.  4)  ;  Football  Marching  Hand  (1,  2.  3.  4)  ; 
First    Regimental     Band     (1);     University 
Sinfonietta     (3,    4):     University    Orchestra 
(2,  3,  4);  Reportory  Orchestra   (1) 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Morris   Sidney  Hackjun 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Wilson  Junior  College 


.  Chicago 


Hewitt  George  Hafer Normal 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Granada  Club 
Phi  Epsilon  Kappa:  Men's  Glee  Club  (1,  2, 
3,  4)  ;  Captain,  Army  ROTC ;  Phalanx 


Sally  Louise  Hager Gibson  City 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Chi  Omega 

Shorter  Board;   Torch;   Mask  and   Bauble; 

Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager  (3,  4)  ;  Y.W. 

C.A.  Committee  ( 1 ) 


Gerald  Edward  Halweq Joliet 

( lommerce 

Marketing 
Marketing  Club 

Joliet  Junior  College 


Ch  \  isles  Hamed,  Jr Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 
Newman  Hall 
Marketing  Club;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Bryan  Hamel.  Jr.  .River  Forest 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Kappa  Sigma 

The    Daily    Illini    (1);    Freshman    Varsity 

Track  Squad 


William  May'nard  Hager Rockford 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Triangle 
A.I.Ch.E.,  president   (4)  ;   German  Club 

Louisiana   State   University;    Illinois  In- 
stitute of  Technology 


Wilma   Gail   Hahn Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager    (2);   Terra- 
pin (2)  ;  Panhellenic  Ball  Committee  (3) 


Lewis  Burton  Handler Clcicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 
The   Daily    Illini    (1);    Major   Chairman   of 
Tournaments,   Illini   Union   Committee   (3); 
Illini  Union  Council  (3)  ;  Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee    (  I,    2,    3)  ;    Interfraternity   Council 
(2);   Second  Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;   In- 
fantry Club;   Scabbard  and  Blade;   Market- 
ing Club 


Harold  Richard  Hanes Decatur 

Commerce 

Mn  rl,  i  ting 
Delta  Tau  Delta 
Skull   and   Crescent ;    Illini   Union   Commit- 
tee  (1,  2);   Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (1);   Cam- 
pus Chest   (1,  2):   Board  of  Fraternity  Af- 
fairs (2,  3);  Interfraternity  Council  (1,  2, 
3);    House  President   (3);   Society  for  the 
Advancement  of  Management 
Honors  Day    (1 ) 


Richard   Bairstow  Hall Waukegan 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Delta  Tau  Delta 


Harold  Leon  Hallberg Biggsville 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Alpha  Tau  Alpha;  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (2, 
3)  ;  Illini  Christian  Fellowship  (2,  3,  4)  ; 
Lutheran  Foundation  Student  Council  (3, 
4);  Agricultural  Council  (3,  4);  Agricul- 
tural Education  Club,  president  (4)  ;  Agri- 
culture Club;  Field  and  Furrow;  Hoof  and 
Horn  Club;  Young  Republicans  Club 


James  Alexander  Hanley,  Jr..  .  .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Delta  Tau  Delta 
Beta    Gamma    Sigma;    Alpha    Kappa    Psi; 
Beta  Alpha  Psi;  The  Daily  Illini  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Pier  Illini  (1,  2) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2.  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


James  Francis  Hannagan.,^.  Louis,  Mo. 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Phi   Eta    Sigma ;    Freshman   Council,    presi- 
dent   (1);    Battalion   Executive  Officer,   NR 
OTC ;    Armed  Forces   Council;    Navy  Coun- 
cil; Scabbard  and  Blade 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ,  2  ) 


Marilyn  Ann  Hallberg. M uskegon,  Mich. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-nwrsing 
Alpha  Phi 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 

St.  Luke's  Hospital  School  of  Nursing 


Mark  William    Ha x nan Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Newman  Hall 
Loyola  University 


James  Maurice  Halm Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Cliemistry 
Ohm  Sweet  Ohm 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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William  Ralph  Hanselman.TToo<J  River 

Commerce 

Management 

Granada  Club 

Military     Ball     Committee     (3);     Captain, 

Army    ROTC;     Ordnance    Club;     Phalanx; 

Marketing  Club 


461 


Robert  w  wxi.   n  \nsen Woodstock 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 

Northern   Illinois  State  Teachers  College 


Prank  Brayton  Harris Chienno 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Rhetoric  and  Composition 

Foiir  Feathers 
House     President     ('■'•);     Varsity     Fencing 
Squad   (2,  4);   Petty  Officer  2nd  Class,  NR 
OTC;  Philosophy  Discussion  Club;  Spanish 
Club 

Navy    Pier    Activities:      Pier    lllini     (1); 
Theatre  Guild    (  1  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Ronald  Gordon  Hansen Evanston 

Engineering 
Meelm  >t  i<-ul  E  ngineefing 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


James   Dale  Hanson: Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Tan  Kappa  Epsilon 
Skull  and  Crescent  ;    House  President  (4)  : 
Major.  Air  Force  KOTC 
Honors  Day    (  3  ) 


V 


Joan   Harrison Edwardsville 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Delta  (lamina 
lllini    Union    Committee    I  !i,    4);    Y.W.C.A. 
Committee    (3,    4);    YV.A.A.     (3);    Panhel- 
lenic  Executive  Council    (  :!.  4) 

Monticello  College 


Norma  Jean  Harshbarger.  .  .  . 
Commerce 
Co m m ere ia I  Teach ing 

Alcestis 
Phi  Chi  Theta 
Honors  Day   (  1 ) 


.  .  .Areola 


Lawrence   Jerry   Haram Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Browery 

Accountancy  Club   (4) 
Honors  Day    (  2  ) 


Frances  Harding Bayport,  N.  J  . 

Education 
Ele  m  e  a  In  ry  Ed  ilea  tion 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Wesley  Foundation   Student  Council    (3,   4i 
Honors  Day   (1,  ;i ) 


Ora  Mae  Harding Belvidere 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Beta  House 
Mortar    Board ;    Torch ;    Alpha   Chron ;    Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Alpha  Lambda  Delta;  Campus 
Chest.    (2);    W.G.S.    Executive  Council    (3); 
Student  Senate   I  :i )  :   Committee  on   Student 
Affairs    (3);    Coordination   Committee    (3); 
Reportory  Orchestra    l  I.  2);   Wesley  Foun- 
dation  Student   Council    (1.  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Clifford  Ernest  Harkness,  Jr.. Decatur 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Graham   Lodge 


Suzanne  Joy  Harper Detroit.  Mich. 

Libera]  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Young  Republicans  Club 
Western  Michigan   College 


Thomas  Earl  Harrington.  .  .  .Champaign 
Commerce 
Commerce  and  Law 
Phi  Delta  Theta 
Varsity  Golf  Squad   (2,   3);   Freshman  Var- 
sity Golf  Squad ;  Junior  Bar  Association 


462 


Harvey  Lloyd  Hartenstein Chicago 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Varsity  Tennis  Squad   (3)  ;  Freshman  Var- 
sity Tennis  Squad 


Marilyn   Joyce   Hartley.  .  . 
Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 


.Centralia 


Edith  Louise  Hartman Pesotum 

Education 
Ele  men  ta  ry  Education 
lllini  Theatre  Guild   Crew    (4)  :    University 
Chorus  (1)  ;  Women's  Glee  Club  (1,  2) 


Ronald  Fredrick  Hartman Mil  ford 

Commerce 
Industrial  Miintt<tement 
Lookout  Manor 
House  President   (3);   Gamma  Delta;  Soci- 
ety for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


Patricia  Ann  HaselwoOD.  .Elkhart,  Ind. 

Education 

El  em  en  tu  ry  Educatio  n 

Delta  Delta  Delta 

Shorter  Board;   Y.W.C.A.   Cabinet   (3);   Y. 

W.C.A.  Committee  (  1.  2,  3) 


Melton  Adams  Hatch.  Jb. ..  .Champaign 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Delta  Chi 
Varsitv   Wrestling   Squad    (3,   4):    Canter- 
bury Club  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Captain.  Army  KOTC; 
Pershing  Rifles;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  A.S. 
M.E. 

Cornell  University 


Diane  Mas  II  wves Moline 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Grinnell  College;  University  of  Iowa 


Gene  Harlan  Hawkins 1'exico 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Illi-Knights 
Honors  Day  ( 3 ) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Joyce  Sidney  Hays Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Speech 

Kappa  Alpha  Theta 

Illini     Union     Committee      (1):     Y.W.C.A. 

Committee    (1);   WILL    (3);   Illini  Theatre 

Guild  Board.  (1) 


Marie  Ant.ie    HEDEBN Port.  Ili/ron 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Stratford 
Houso   President    (4):    Illini  Christian   Fel- 
lowship   (3,    4);     Baptist    Foundation    Stu- 
dent, i  louncil   t  4  ) 

Northern   Baptist  Theological  Seminary 


Norman  David  Hedish Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 

Barton  Houso 
Military     Ball     Committee     (1):     Captain, 
Army   ROTC;    Accountancy   Club;    Market- 
ing Club;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 


Dennis  Joseph  Heekerle  . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 

Accountancy  Club 

Joliet  Junior  College 


.  Joliet 


Sarah  Beth  Hayes Champaign 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Advertising  Design 

Chi  Omega 

Society    of    Illustrators;    Fine   and    Applied 

Arts  Council  (2,  3)  ;  Fine  and  Applied  Ar's 

Society 


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David  Hefter Chicai/o 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Barton  House 
Alpha  Delta   Sigma;    The   Daily  Illini   (3); 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day  (2,  3,  4),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Margaret  Ann  Healey'.  . 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta  Zeta 
Knox  College 


.  Loda 


Roland  Healy' Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Wilson  Junior  College 


Iris  Paulshock  Hekter Springfield 

< Commerce 
Marketing 

Campus  Chest:   Marketing  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

University  of  Wisconsin 


William  Gavin  Hego Wheaton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman  Hall 
Ordnance    Club:    Accountancy    Club;    Mar- 
keting Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 


Van  Leer  Hearn Marion 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Greenville  College 


N  \-vcv  Louise  Heater Urbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Theta  Upsilon 
The  Illio  (2) 


Robert   Dean   Heberer Freeburg 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Illini    Rural    Observer     (2);     Agricultural 
Council    (3)  ;    All-Ag   Field    Bay   Committee 
(3)  ;    Plowboy   Prom   Committee    (2)  ;    Sec- 
ond  Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;   Agriculture 
Club;    Field   and    Furrow;    Hoof   and   Horn 
Club;    Poultry   Science  Club.    President   (3) 


James  Rowe  Hegner Chicago 

Education 
Biological  Sciences 
Illini     Fcrsncic      'Association        Navy     Pisr 
Alumni     Association ;     Student     Veterinary 
Medical  Ass'n ;   United  World  Federalists 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 

Homboldt   State   College;    Navy   Pier   Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


John  Arthur  Heideman.  .Tankers,  AT.  ¥. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi   Eta   Sigma:    Beta   Alpha   Psi ;   Accoun- 
tancy Club;   Marketing  Club:   Moslem  Stu- 
dents Association 

Honors  Day  (1.  '-'.  :! )  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


RUSSELL  Robert   Heidenreich.  .  .Berwyn 
Commerce 
Management 
Football   Marching    Band    (3);    First  Regi- 
mental  Band   (3);   Illini  Christian  Fellow- 
ship (3,  4) 

Morton  Junior  College 


463 


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an 


Christian  Enric  Heiligenstein 

Belleville 
I  -a  w 
Law 
Tan  Kappa  Epsilon 
Phi  Delta   Phi;   Interfraternity  Council   (1, 
2.  '■'•)  :  Junior  Bar  Association 


Frederic  Arthur  Hkim.  Jr Peotone 

Commerce 
.1  ccountancy 
Psi  Upsilon 
Tomahawk:    Y.M.C.A.     Board    of    Directors 
(3);    Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet    (2,    3);    Y.M.C.A. 
Committee   (1,   2);   Captain,  Air  Force  RO 
TC;  Accountancy  Club 


George  Otto  Hki.ma.v Champaign 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.1  rchitectural  Engineering 
Captain,  Army  ROTC :  Tan  Ku  Tan 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Joseph  Helman Maftooa 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Phi  Sigma  Delta 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;   1'bi  Eta  Sigma;  Interfra- 
ternity Council   (2)  :   House  President   (4)  ; 
LAS  Council   (2.   3) 

Honors  Day  (1,  'J,  :!)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


David  Artii  ir  II  en  eherry  ....  Dal  ton  City 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Theta  Chi 
Alpha     Delta     Sigma;     Second     Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


Donald  Edward  Hekebeerv.  .Dalton  City 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Theta  Chi 
Second  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC 


Marjorie  Rice  Henn Paris 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha  Chron ;   Campus  Chest   (2);   Spanish 
Club;  Young  Republicans  Club 


John  Joseph   Hennessey Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Newman  Hall 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Mildred  Louise  Hbischmtdt 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics 

Delta  Zeta 

The    Daily    Illiui 

Committee  (2,  3) 

4)  ;     Ulini    Rural 


.  Champaign 


(1,  2,  3)  ;  Ulini  Union 
University  Chorus  (2,  :;, 
Observer    (4)  ;    Terrapin 


(1,  2,  3,  4)  :  Plowboy  Prom  Committee  (2) 


Harry  Charles  Henriksen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Anthropology 
Anthropology  Club;  Ulini  Sportsman's  Club 
Wright  College 


William    Edward   Heitmann.  .  .  . 
Engineering 
Met  a  llurg  ica  I  E  n  yi  neerin  y 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Sigma  Tan;  M.I.S. 

Thornton  Junior  College 


.  Dolton 


John  William  Henry Rock  Island 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 
A.S.C.E. 


Anxe  Marie  Heitzman.  .  .  .Trenton,  N.  J. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sc  iences 

Sociology 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Ulini  Union  Committee   (2,  3,  4);   Campus 
Chest    (2,    3);    W.A.A.    (3,   4);    Junior  Or- 
chesis   (4)  ;  Young  Republicans  Club  (4) 


Raymond  Leo  Henry Kirkland 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Browery 

House  President  (3) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


464 


Leon  Mitchell  Helms Rock  Island 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta  Psi 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;   Varsity  Baseball   Squad 
(2,  3);  Freshman   Varsity  Baseball  Squad; 
Second   Lieutenant.   Army   ROTC;    National 
Defense    Transportation    Association;     Ac- 
countancy Club 


Joseph  David  Henderson.  .  .Ridge  Farm 

Agriculture 
General  A  griculture 
Tara  Hall 
Alpha     Zeta;     Ulini     Rural     Observer     (4); 
McKinlev   Foundation    Student   Council    (2, 
3,    4);     Military    Ball    Committee     (3,    4); 
Plowboy    Prom   Committee    (4);    Cadet  Ma- 
jor,   Army    ROTC:    Military    Council;    Phi 
Chi  Eta;   Scabbard  and  Blade;  Agricultural 
Economics    Club;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof 
and  Horn  Club 

Honors  Day  (1.  2.  3,  4)  :  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Donna  Lee  Hexson Chicago 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

The    Ulio    (1);    Ulini    Theatre    Guild    Cast 

(3);     Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (1);     W.A.A. 

Board  (1) 


Donald  Allen  Henss Moline 

Commerce 
Pre-Law 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Varsity   Football    Squad    (2,    3);    Freshman 
Varsity  Football   Squad;   Junior  Bar  Asso- 
ciation 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3) 


Walter   Pail  Herbold Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.B.E. ;      ASM.?:.;      Navy      Pier 
Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  t lie  University  of 
Illinois 


Charlotte    Herlinoer Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  .Sciences 
Sociology 

Busey  Hall 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2);  Student  Sen- 
ate (3);  Class  Secretary-Treasurer  (3); 
Freshman  Week  Committee  (3);  German 
Club;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association; 
United  World  Federalists;  Young  Demo- 
crats Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Rovle  James  Hi-.yl Waterloo 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 
Moore  Hall 
Illini  Christian    Fellowship   (],  2,   3);   Navy 
Council;  German  Club 


Alfred  Katsu.mi  Higashi Chicago 

Engineering 
Elect ririti  Engineering 
Tau  Beta  Pi:   Phi  Eta  Sigma:   Eta  Kappa 
Nu;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors    Day     (3);     University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Hetty  Rose  Herman 

Shaker  Heights,  Ohio 
Liberal  xlrts  and  Sciences 
Sociolngg 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence  Hall 
Illini    Union    Committee    (2,    3,    4)  ;    Illini 
Theatre   Guild   Cast    ( 1 )  ;    University   Choir 
(1)  ;  University  Chorus  (1)  ;  Women's  Glee 
Club  (1)  ;  WILL  (1.  2)  ;  Student  Religious 
Council     (3);     Hillel    Foundation     Student 
Council  (3,  4) 


Richard  Isamc   Higashi Chicago 

Engineering 

Merlin niriil  Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Vivian  Eloise  Herb Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Theta  Upsilon 

Shi-Ai;   The  Daily   Illini    (1);    Illini  Union 

Committee   (1,  2,   3,  4)  ;   Campus  Chest   (1) 


Alan  Richard  Higgins Glen   Ellyn 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
Major.     Army     ROTC;     Military     Council; 
Phalanx;   Zeta  Sigma  Alpha 
University  of  Utah 


William   Howard   Herriott.  .  .  .Mahomet 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Sigma  Chi 
Star  Course  Manager   (1,  2,  3) 


Robert  Armin  Herst Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Lundgren  House 
Football  Manager   (2)  ;   Illini  Insurance  So- 
ciety;  Marketing  Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni 
Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Alan  Hebtzberger St.  Albans,  N.  Y. 

Journalism 
Radio 
Sigma  Delta  Chi:   Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast 
(1);    WILL    (4);    Captain,    Army    ROTC; 
National    Defense    Transportation    Associa- 
tion; Phalanx 


n. 


Sarah  Thornton  Higgins.  .Elkhart,  Ind. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta;   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee  ( 1 ,  2  ) 

Honors  Day  (  1.  2,  3)  :   University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Barbara  Jean   Hill Vrbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Alcestis 
Phi    Beta    Kappa:    Alpha    Lambda    Delta; 
Mask    and    Bauble:     Pi     Delta    Phi:     Illini 
Theatre     Guild     Manager     (3,     4);     House 
President    (4);    Oratorio    Society    (1,    '2,    3. 
4)  ;    Seaburv    Foundation    Student    Council 
(1,  2,  3,  4) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  :>).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Helen  Isabel   Hill Mt.  Cai 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Delta  Gamma 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Terrapin   (4) 
Denison  University 


Alfred  Charles  Herzog Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Delta  Chi 
Lieutenant    Junior    (Jrade.    NROTC :    Navy 
'  louncil 


Mary   Lee    Hill Golden 

Agriculture 
limn,'  Economics  Education 
McKinley  Hall 
Illini  Union  Committee   (2.  3):   Illinois  Dis- 
ciples   Foundation    Student    Council     (2,    3, 
4),   president.   (  1)  :    Plowboy  Prom  Commit- 
tee (2)  ;  Home  Economics  Club 


Helen  Elizabeth  Hess Boopeston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Fehner  House 


\     Cv 


Richard  Cecil   Hill Washington 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 
Bradley  University 


465 


Wayne  Nob  Hill Marion 

I  libera]  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Graham  Lodge 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Cyclothem  Club 
Honors  Day  i  I.  -J.  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Donald  William   Hiiei'K Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech  a  nical  Enginee  ri>><i 
Barton  House 
University    Chorus    (3)  ;    Men's    Glee   Club 
(3);  A.S.M.E. ;    Navy   I'ier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion :   Tall  Ulini  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Helen'   Ray  Hine Harrisburg 

Agriculture 
Home  Economies 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Mini     Union     Committee     (1):     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (1):  Home  Economics  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 
MacMurray  College 


William  Fredrick  Hoelscher 

Granite  City 
Law 
Law 
Delta  Tau  Delta 
Phi  Delta  Phi;    Cnterfraternity  Council   (1, 
2,    3);    WILL    (2);    First    Lieutenant,    Air 
Force  ROTO:   Junior   liar  Association 


Elizabeth   Lucille   Hines lima 

(  'uinmerrc 

Secretarial  '1' ruining 
Evans  Hall 
W.A.A. ;  Seabury  Foundation  Student  Coun- 
cil   (3);  Accountancy  Club;    Home  Econom- 
ics Club:    lllini  Insurance  Society 


Arlene   Bey  Huffman Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Sigma  Alpha  Iota:    lllini   Union   Committee 
(2):    Campus  Chest    (2);    University  Choir 
(2)  ;  University  Chorus  (3)  ;  Hillel  Founda- 
tion   Student    Council     (1,    2,    3);    German 
Club   (2) 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Gordon  Eugene  Hixes Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Koinonia 
lllini  Christian   Fellowship  (3,  4);  Captain. 
Army  ROTC 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


.(am  BS  Ahth  in  H  i  x  KLE Diaton 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma  Pi 
Sachem:     Star     Course     Manager     (1,     2); 
Board  of   Fraternity   Affairs   ( ;j )  ;   Interfra- 
temity  Council    (1.   2,   3);    Intramural  Man- 
ager   (2);    Interfraternity    Ball    Committee 
(2,   3);    Second    Lieutenant,   Armj    ROTC; 
Phi  Chi  Eta:  Accountancy  Club;  Marketing 
Club 


Richard  Lee  Hoffman EdwardsviUe 

Commerce 
Management 

Alpha  Delta  Phi 

National    Defense    Transportation    Associa- 
tion 


Herman   Hokamp Quincy 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi  Delta  Theta 
Freshman    Varsity   Basketball   Squad;    Var- 
sity  Baseball    Squad    (2,    3,    4);    Freshman 
Varsity  Bast-hall  Squad  :  Captain,  Air  Force 
ROTC;   Phalanx 


Joyce  Ann  Hinrichs Winnetka 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Rhetoric 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Beloit  ( 'ollege 


sir 


WARREN    Ernest    II -and Zion 

Engineering 
Minimi  Engineering 

Sigma  Nu 
Tau    Beta    Pi;     Phi     h'ta     Sigma;     Campus 
Chest,   (3);   Illinois  Technograph   (1);  M.I. 
S.   (2,  3,  4)  ;  Svnton 
Honors   Day   (  1,  2,  3,  4) 

Galesburg  Extension   of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Eva  Yoshive  Hirasuna Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Evans  Hall 
W.A.A. 

Wilson  Junior  College;    Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


George   Dean   Hockman Salem 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Roojah 
Y.M.O.A.     Committee     (3);     Second     Regi- 
mental   Band    (1,    2);    Men's   (ilee   Club    (2, 
3,  4)  ;  Cyclothem  Club 


Edward  Charles  Holmblad Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.K. 
Honors  Day   (  1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Barbara  Luis  Holmes Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Alpha  Delta   Pi 
The    Illio    (1);    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (2); 
Campus  Chest  (  l.  2,  :; ) 


Billie  RoJean   Hodgell.  ..  .Leon,  /Cons 

Fine  anil  Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 
Kansas  State  College 


466 


Glenn  Myron  Holmes Kankakee 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Production 
Farm  House 
Agriculture  Council    14):    All-Ag  Field   Day 
Committee   (1.   2);    Plowboy   Prom  Commit- 
tee   (1);    Agriculture   Club;    Dairy    Produc- 
tion   Club,    president    (4);    Hoof  and    Horn 
Club 


Robert  Henry  Holmes 

Salt  Lake 
Commerce 
Accounting 


City,  Vtali 


Donovan  Pah,   Hough Waukegan 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Phi  ilu  Alpha-Sinfonia ;  Concert  Band  (3, 
4);  Football  Man  Inn--  Band  (1,  2,  3,  4); 
First  Regimental  Band  (2);  Second  Red- 
mental  Hand  (  1  )  :  University  Orchestra  (4) 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 

Waukegan  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Harold  FEED  HONATH Forest  Park 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma   Tan;    Tan    Beta    Pi;    Chi    Epsilon: 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Jean  HOUSE Herrin 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 


■■/ 


Raymond   Wendel   Honey.  .  .Jacksonville 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Medea,  Lodge 
Sigma   Tau,    president,    (3.   4)  :    Eta   Kappa 
Nn;   Pi  Mu  Epsilon;   A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Illinois   College;    University  of  Maryland 


William   Henry   Honore Edinburg 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha   Zeta:    University  Chorus    (1);    Agri- 
culture Club;   Field  and  Furrow;   Hoof  and 
Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Edward  Leasure  Hoi-kins.  .  .  .Champaign 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Landscape  A  rehitecture 
Chi  Psi 
Skull  and  Crescent:  Scarab;  V.M.C.A.  Com- 
mittee   (2);     Interfraternity    Council     (2); 
Forsito  (3,  4);  Captain,  Army  ROTO;   Phi 
Chi  Fta     Land:,:  ap;   Architecture  Soo.ty 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Edwin  Whipple  Hoiser Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Delta,  Upsilon 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:   House  President  (4):  A.S. 
C.E. 


Joan  Ann   Howard Aurora 

Education 
Eleme  a  la  ry  Educatio  n 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Torch:   Shi-Ai;    lllini   Union  Committee   (2, 
3);    Star   Course    Manager    (2);    Y.W.C.A. 
Committee    (1);    Panhellenic    Hall   Commit- 
tee (3) 


John  Roe  Howard Juliet 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Football  Marching  Hand   ( :(.  4)  :  First  Regi- 
mental  Hand    (3,   4):    lllini   Forensic   Asso- 
ciation 

Joliet,  Junior  College 


Donald  Dean   Hopwood Athens 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Alpha    Zeta;    Alpha    Tau    Alpha,    president 
(4)  ;  Concert  Band   (1)  ;  Football  Marching 
Band    (1);   Agricultural   Council    (3);   All- 
Ag  Field  Day  Committee   (2)  ;   Agricultural 
Education  Club:   Agriculture  Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 

University  of  Arizona. 


Herbert  Harold  Hornischer.  .Elmhur.it 

Engineering 

Electrical  Engineering 

Sigma,  Phi  Delta 
Interfraternity    Council     (4);     Engineering 
Council   (4)  ;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy  Pier  Activities :     Varsity  Wrestling 
Squad  (2) 
Honors  Day  (1.2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


— 





Ruth  Mae  Howard Pittsburg,  Calif. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Busey  Hall 
W.A.A.  (3.  4)  ;  German  Club 
Honors  Day   (  1  ) 

Waukegan  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;  Galesburg  Extension  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  Illinois 


Bradley  Willis   Howe Hockford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
1001  Club 
House    President    (3);     Lieutenant    Junior 
Grade,  N.R.O.T.C. 

University  of  Colorado 


Donald  Walker  Horton Haywood 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
Sachem;    Hoard    of    Fraternity    Affairs    (2. 
4);    Interfraternity    Council    (1.    2,    3,    4): 
Houso  President.   (  3 )  :   Student  Senate  (41; 
Coordination  Committee   (4);   Illinois  Tech- 
nograph    (1);    First   Lieutenant,    Armv   RO 
TC;  A.S.M.E. 


Lynn    Howe Rock   Falls 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Philosophy 

Evans  Hall 

Mask   and  Bauble;    lllini   Union   Committee 

(1,  2.  3)  ;  lllini  Theatre  Guild  .Manager  (2, 

3.  4)  ;  Young  Democrats  Club 


Georiie  Howard  Hoskinson  .  .  .  .Kankakee 

Commerce 

Personnel  A  d mi nist ration 

Sigma,  Phi  Epsilon 

lllini     Theatre     Guild     Crew      (1);     Second 

Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC ;   Glider  Club 

Antioch  College 


Marilyn  Alici:  Hoyt Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Alcestis 
Phi  Upsilon  Omicron  ;  lllini  Union  Commit- 
tee (4)  ;  Home  Economics  Club 
Illinois  state  Normal  University 


467 


Robert  Fermon  Hovt Decatur 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;  l'hi  Eta  Sigma;  Eti\  Kappa  Nn, 
president    (4)  ;   A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  (  1.  -J.  3) 


Doris  Merrilee  Hiber Chicago 

Pine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 
Illustrators;  Tall  Illini  Club 

Wright   Junior   College;    Navy   Pier   Ex- 
tension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


flB 


Norman  James  Hughes Huntley 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Nabor  House 
Second    Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC ;   Agricul- 
ture Club;   Dairy  Production  Club 


Walter  Stacy  Hulvey Bloomington 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;  Pi  Tau  Sigma;  Freshman  Var- 
sity Fencing  Squad;   Varsity  Tennis  Squad 
(2,  3,  4)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Tennis  Squad; 
A.S.M.E.;  Scimitar 


Harold  Dean  Hvber Galva 

Agriculture 
Vocational  .1  griculture 
Alpha    Zeta :    Alpha    Tau    Alpha;    Agricul- 
tural Education  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


Willi  \m  George  Hvber Glen  Ellyn 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1):    Illinois   Techno- 
graph   (  1  )  :   Captain.  Air  Force  R.O.T.C. 


Thomas  Lloyd  Humphris.  . .  .Springfield 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Chi  Psi 
Skull  and  Crescent ;  Intel-fraternity  Council 
(2)  ;  House  President  (4) 


Charmaine   Husack Chicago 

Agriculture 
Some  Economics 
Leeman  Lodge 
Torch;    Alpha  Lambda   Delta;    Phi   Upsilon 
Oniicron;    The    Illio    (1,    2);    Star    Course 
Manager    (2)  ;    W.G.S.    Executive    Council 
(4);  House  president  (4) 
Honors  Day   (1,  2) 


Exia  Charlotte   Huckel Paris 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln   Avenue  Residence 
Fabriola  Pre-Nursing  Club 
Mac-Murray  College 


Joseph  Hvstak West  Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 

Columbia    College    of    Radio;    Navy    Pier 
Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Harriet  Louise   Huddy Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Zeta  Tan  Alpha 
Clarke  College;   Wright  Junior  College 


.Fames  Albert  HrniiKXs Elgin 

Law 

Ln  w 
Phi  Delta   Phi;   Tribe  of   Illini    (4);   Senior 
Tennis   Manager    (4);   Tennis   Manager   (2, 
;i);    Second    Lieutenant.   Army  ROTC;   Jun- 
ior Bar  Association 


Margaret  Jean  Hudson Oentralia 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Alpha  Chi  Omega 


William  George  Hug Park  Ridge 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Kiln  ration 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Sachem;    Chief    Uliniwek    (3,    4);    Football 
Marching    Band    (1,    2,    3,    4);    First    Regi- 
mental   Land    (1.    2,    3);    Choristers    (1); 
Orchesis   (I.  2,  3,  4) 


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468 


Barbara  Stewart  Hith Wilmette 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2);  Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee   ('_');    W'.A.A.     (2,    3,    4);    Terrapin 
(2)  ;  LAS  Council   (2) 
Bradford  Junior  College 


Thomas  Max  Hyde Mattoon 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music  Education 

Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia ;    Football  Marching 

Band  (3,  4)  ;  First,  Regimental  Band  (3,  4) 

Murray  State  College 


Edward  John  Hynds Champaign 

( lommeree 


Industrial  .!</< 

Phi  Delta  Theta 

Campus  Chest    (  1 .   2)  ; 

mitlee    (3,    4)  ;    Major. 

tary  Council  ;    Phalanx  ; 


miistratiou 

Military  Ball  Coin- 
Army  ROTC;  Mili- 
Tau  Nu  Tau 


Robert  Eugene  [kins... 
Commerce 
Economics 

Marketing  Club 

Wilson  Junior  College 


.  <  'hicago 


Bert  Franklin  Ingels Henry 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Landscape  .1  rchitectwre 
Tail  Kappa  Epsilon 
Illini  Union   Committee   (1,  2);   Illini  The- 
atre Guild  Manager   (1)  ;   Fine  and  Applied 
Arts  Council    (1);    Captain,   Air  Force   RO 
TC;  Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Society;  Land- 
scape Architecture  Society 


Owen  Roscoe  Ingram Tremont 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Browery 
Bradley  University 


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Donald  Charles  Ingve Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Wilson    Junior   College;    Valparaiso   Uni- 
versity; Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  Illinois 


Peggy  Axx  Ixmax Coal  Cit'i 

Education 
Elementa ry  Eel a  cation 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Honors  Bay  (2,  3) 


Shinn  Inouve Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
A.I.A. ;  A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Bernard    Isenberg Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Mathematics 
Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Leon  Philip  Issert Peotone 

Agriculture 
Economies 

Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3)  ;  Plowhoy  Prom 
Committee      (3);     Agricultural     Economics 
Club;    Agriculture    Club;    Hoof    and    Horn 
Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 

St.  Bede  Junior  College 


Lloyd   Erlinc;   Iversen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Delta  Phi 
Omega  Beta  Pi:  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 

Wright    Junior    College;    Navy   Pier   Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Clarence  Walter  Iverson Elgin 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia  ;  Alpha  Rho  Tau 


Ruth  Audrey  Ivey Mt.  Carroll 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta:   German  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  'J.  3) 


John  Theodore  Jachera Chicago 

Agriculture 
General  A  griculture 
Witanshire 
Pershing  Rifles;   A.S.A.E. ;   Hoof  and  Horn 
Club 


Joseph  Jacobs Peoria 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Tau  Delta  Phi 


Kenneth  Sherman  Jacobs Elmhursl 

Law 

Law 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Star  and  Scroll ;  Alpha  Phi  Omega ;  Y.M. 
C.A.  Committee  (2,  3)  ;  Board  of  Fraternity 
Affairs  (3,  4)  ;  Interfraternity  Council  (2, 
3,  4);  House  President  (3,  4);  Captain, 
Army  ROTC;  National  Defense  Transport.! 
tion  Association;  Junior  Bar  Association 


Earl  William  Jacobson,  Jr..  .  .Elmhursl 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Star   and   Scroll:    Alpha    Kappa    Psi ;    Illini 
Union    Committee    (3);    Senior    Ball    Com- 
mittee    (2);     First     Lieutenant,     Air    Force 
ROTC;  Accountancy  Club 


Eloise    Ivers Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
University    Chorus     (1);     Baptist    Founda- 
tion (2)  ;  Home  Economics  Club 


Herbert  James  Iversen Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Fireside 
House  President  (  4  )  :  A. I. A. 
Wright  Junior  College 


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Robert  Erwin  Jacobson Rockford 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Agriculture  Club;  Field  and  Furrow;   Hoof 
and  Horn  Club 

Rockford  Extension   of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Vernon   Pail  Jacobson Rockford 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Minawa  Lodge 
Men's  Glee  Club    (4)  ;    Illini   Christian   Fel- 
lowship (3,  4)  ;  Marketing  Club 
North  Park  College 


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Gideon  Alfred  Jacot Freeburg 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Southern  Illinois  University 


William  Harlan  Jenner Ridgefarm 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Scienct 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Captain,     Air     Force     ROTC;     Agriculture 
Club;   Dairy  Production  Club 
William  Penn  College 


Dos  u.d  Stuart  j  iffe Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Omega  Beta   Pi;   The  Daily   IUini   ( I! )  ;   Iu- 
terfraternity    Council     ( 3 )  ;     A.C.S.;     Navj 
Pier  Alumni  Association;    Physics  Society; 
Tall  IUini  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Pier  Illini  1 1  ) 
Wilson  Junior  College;  -Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Susan  Bequette  Jennings..., 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Sigma    Alpha    Iota;    Concert    Band    (3 
First  Regimental  Band   ( '-' ) 
Honors  Day   (  3  ) 
Monticello  College 


Alton 


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Gerald    Jaffe Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Wilson   Junior  College 


Kenneth  Willard  Jensen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Entomology 
Barton  Houso 
Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad;    Gym- 
nastic Manager  (3)  :  Mens  Glee  Club  (3)  ; 
Senior  Gymnastic  Manager  (4) 


.  .  .  Chicago 


Howard   Frank  Jaffe.. 
( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Noble  House 
Accountancy  Club;    Navy  Pier  Alumni   As- 
sociation 

Roosevelt.  College;    Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Raymond  Philip  Janke Chicago 

Engineering 
Cera/mic  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Ethan  Basil  Janove Chicago 

Libera]  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Roosevelt    College;    Navy    Pier    Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Donald  Karl  Janssen Nokomis 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
Illnu    Union    Ccmmittei     (1)       I  niversiy 
Chorus  (3.  4)  ;  Men's  Glee  Club  (2)  ;  Chor- 
isters   (1);    Oratorio    Society    (3);    Gamma 
Delta;   German  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1) 


Dorothy  Arlene  Jeffers Gardner 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Caglo  Hall 
Phi  Chi  Theta;  Marketing  Club 


Hal  Raymond  Jeffers Mattoon 

Liberal  Arts  anil  Sciences 
Physics 
Harmony  House 

Cadet  Major,  Army  ROTC;  Armed  Forces 
Communications  Association  ;  Physics  Soci- 
ety 


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Peter  Edwin  Jensen.  .  .Western  Springs 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Psi  LTpsilon 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;    Beta  <l;onina  Sigma;   Beta 
Alpha  Psi;   Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (3);  Cam- 
pus Chest   (3,  4)  ;  Accountancy  Club;   Soci- 
ety for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Stanford    University:    North   Central  Col- 
lege 


Donald  Leo  Jeppsen Harrington 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee     ( 2 )  :     Campus    Chest 
(3);   Senior  Ball  Committee   (3) 


Darrell  LaVernk  Jessen Hennepin 

Veterinary  Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Son's  Homo 
Alpha  Zeta  ;  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Student  Veter- 
inary Medical  Association 
Honors   Day    (1,    2).    University  of   Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Donald   Leroy  Jessen Hennepin 

Agriculture 
A  gronomy 
Son's  Homo 
Alpha    Zeta:    House    President    (4);    Illini 
Rural   Observer    (2.    3):    All-Ag   Field   Dav 
Committeo     (4),     chairman     (4):     Plowboy 
Prom    Committee    <  3 )  :    Agriculture    Club; 
Field  and  Furrow:   Hoof  and  Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Pauline  Harriet  Jewell Sterling 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Evans  Hall 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta:     Omega     Beta     l'i; 
French  Club:  German  Club 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


('  vroeyn  Mary  Johnson Danville 

Agriculture 
Hume  Economics 
Alpha  Omicron  Pi 
(•micron   Nu,   president    (4);    Illini  Theatre 
Guild  Cast   (3);    Home   Economics  Council 
(4);  Home  Economics  club 
Stephens  College 


Charles  William  Johnson.  .  .La  Grange 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Architecture 

Phi  Sigma  Kappa 

lllini    Union    Committee    (3);     Interfrater- 

nilv    Council     i  3 )  :     House    President    (4); 

A.I.A. 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


David  Harold  Johnston,  Jr. 

Ankeny,  Iowa 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Sigma  Nu 


Donald  Ccrtis  JOHNSON Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services  for  War 
Veterans 
Physical  Education 
Four  Columns 
Varsity    Baseball    Squad     (2),    Letler    (2); 
Physical  Education   Majors  Club 
North  Park  College 


Guinevere  Jones Wilmeth 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Psychology 

Zeta  Tau  Alpha 

University   Orchestra    (1.    2,    3,   4);    Repor- 

tory  Orchestra   ('2):   German   Club;   Young 

Republicans  Club 


Eric  Kenneth  Johnson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Triangle 
Interfraternity      Council       (4)  ;       Football 
Marching   Band    (1.    2,    3,    4);    First   Regi- 
mental  Band   (2.  3.  4);   Engineering  Coun- 
cil (3)  :  A.S.M.E. 


Gordon  William  Johnson Dixon 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Fireside 
House    President    (4);    Military   Ball   Com- 
mittee   (3):    Second    Lieutenant,    Army    RO 
TC :  Armed  Forces  Communications  Associ 
ation  ;   Cyclotliem  Club;   German  Club;   Stu- 
dent Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 


Kenneth  Stanley  Johnson  ...  Evansto'% 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Minawa  Lodge 
Varsity    Wrestling    Squad     (4):     Freshman 
Varsity     Wrestling     Squad  ;     Second     Regi- 
mental  Band    (3);    lllini   Christian    Fellow- 
ship (1,  2.  3,  4) 


Imoelkanor   Jones Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (3):    W.A.A.    (3,   4); 
Accountancy   Club;    Marketing  Club;    Navy- 
Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    University  Orches 
tra  (1);  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Lawrence  Erwin  Jones Schenectady 

Engineering 

Elect  i- i  ful  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Union  College 


Maurice  Lee  Junes 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta   Sigma  Pi 
Accountancy   Club 


.  La  {/re  n  re  rill  i 


Paul  Eugene  Johnson De  Ealb 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Veterinary  Medicine 

Student  Veterinary  Medical  Ass'n 

Southern  Methodist  University;   Northern 
Illinois  State  Teachers'   College 


Peter  Edward  Johnson Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Social  Studies 


Morris  Armstrong  Junes.  Jr. . Vlossmoor 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Tall  lllini  Club 
Vanderbilt 


William  Clifford  Jones Tuscola 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Sigma  Chi 

Campus  Chest  (1.  2);  National  Defense 
Transportation  Association;  Agriculture 
Club;   Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


Russell  Miles  Johnson Genoa 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Delta  Upsilon 

Skull  and  Crescent:  National  Defense 
Transportation  Association;  Agriculture 
Club;   Field  and  Furrow 


William  Joseph  Jordan Oak  Pari 

Engineering 
Me  eh  a  meal  E  u/i  i  u  ce  ring 
A.S.M.E.:    Navy    Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Wayne  Ronald  Johnson JolUt 

Law 

Law 
Phi   Alpha   Delta;   Junior    Bar  Association; 
Young  Republicans  club 
Joliel   Junior  College 


Charles  Henry  Jorgensen Chica  w 

Commerce 
Economics 

Witanshire 

Navy  Pier  Activities;    Pier  lllini   (1) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


471 


SHIELD'S  Axx  JORGENSEN Kankakee 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
McKinley  Hull 
Torch;  House  President   (4);  Wesley  Foun- 
dation Student  Council   ('-',  :i,  4),  president 
(4) 

Honors  Hay  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


William  Carl  Jorgensen  .  .  .  .Park  Ridge 

Division  of  Special  Services 

Radio  Journalism 

Alpha  Delta  Phi 

Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (3)  ;  WILL  (2,  3, 

4)  :  WINI  (1)  ;  Flying  Club 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;    Pasadena  City  College 


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Keith   Allen   Kahle Lexington 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha    Zeta;    Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Alpha    Tan 
Alpha;   Agricultural  Education   Club;   Agri- 
culture Club;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club 
Honors  Day   (1,  2,  3,  4),  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Howard  Kahn Port  Chester,  N.  Y. 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble  House 
Military    Ball    Committee    (3,    4);    Captain, 
Army  ROTC ;  Accountancy  Club;   Illini  In- 
surance   Society;    Marketing    Club;    Society 
for  the  Advancement  of  Management;  Span- 
ish Club 


BOY   Joseph   Jovien Westchester 

( Jommerce 
Marketing 
Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Interfraternity     Council      (3);     Intramural 
Manager   (4);  Marketing  Club 
Morton  Junior  College 


Thomas  Francis  Joyce,  Jr. 

Highland  Park 

Division  of  Special  Services 

Marketing 

Delta  Upsilon 

Skull     and    Crescent     (2);     Illini    Theatre 

Guild  Manager  (1,  2)  ;  Major,  Army  ROTC ; 

Infantry  Club 


- 


Ronald  Lee  Kahn Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce  and  Lav 
Phi  Epsilon   Pi 
Illini  Insurance  Society;   Junior  Bar  Asso- 
ciation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Betty  Rene  Kaiser Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
W.A.A.    (1,   2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Shebd  Juckett Oak  Park 

( Jommerce 
Commerce  and  Law 

Theta  Delta  Chi 
Varsity  Swimming  Squad  (3,  4);  Military 
Ball  Committee  (3,  4)  ;  First  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tan;  Finance 
Club;  Junior  Bar  Association;  Young  Re- 
publicans Club 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Oberlin   College 


Donald  Charles  Kaiser Woodstock 

Engineering 

Mechanical  Engineering 

Sigma  Phi  Delta 

Alpha   Phi  Omega:   Captain,   Air  Force  RO 

TC;  Arnold  Air  Society:  A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 


James   Frederick  Kaar Berwyn 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Engineering  Council   (3,  4)  ;  A.S.C.E. ;  I.T. 
E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Sabah  Steven  Kachachi.  .Baghdad,  Iraq 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Cosmopolitan 

Baghdad  Preparatory  College;   American 
University  of  Burnt     Lr.ivercitj  of  W  lscon- 


rm-  -m 


David  Jerome  Kallal Jerseyville 

Agriculture 
Farm  Management 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Captain,   Air  Force  ROTC  :   Arnold  Air  So- 
ciety;   Agricultural    Economics   Club;    Agri- 
culture Club 


Ronald  Andrew  Kamdwirth.  .  .  .Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Psychology 

Parade  Ground   Units 
Illini     Union     Committee     (2,     3);     House 
President   (3) 

Navv  Pier  Activities:    Pier  Illini   (1,  2) 
Honors  Day   (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Raymond  Stanley  Kaczmarek.  .  .Clticago 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;    S.A.E. 

Wright     Junior     College;     University     of 
Wisconsin 


Sibyl  Lou  Kagen Chicago 

Liberay  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
German   Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Pier  Illini   (1.  2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Joseph  Kaplan Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau  Epsilon  Phi 
Interfraternity    Council     (2,     3)  ;     Captain, 
Air  Force  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 


Demetra  Karakourtis Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Social  Sciences 
Busey   Hall 
Navy   Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Walter  David  Karatz Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark  House 
Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC ;  Phi  Chi 
Eta;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  Accountancy 
Club;  Praetorians;  Society  for  the  Advance- 
ment of  Management;  Student  Junior 
Chamber  of  Commerce 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


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Robert  John  Kautzi Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman  Hall 
Accountancy  Club;    A. I. A. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Ethel,  Mae  Karon Bloommgton 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 

Sigma  Delta  Tau 
Mortar  Board ;  Torch ;  Shi-Ai ;  Alpha 
Lambda  Delta;  The  Illio  (1);  Illini  Union 
Committee  (1);  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (1, 
2);  Panhellenic  Executive  Council  (4), 
President  (4)  ;  Student  Senate  (3,  4)  ;  Com- 
mittee on  Student  Affairs  (4) 
Honors  Day  ( 1  ,2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


mm 


John  Itsuo  Kaya Honolulu,  Hawaii 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;  Tau  Beta  Pi;   Phi  Eta  Sigma; 
Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 

Honors  Day  (I,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Charles  Irwin  Kassel Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren  House 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (3)  ;  Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Edward  Kazik Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 
M.I.S. 

Navy  Pier  Activities ;  Varsity  Basketball 
Squad  (1)  ;  Varsity  Wrestling  Squad  (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Roy  Francis  Kasten,  Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.M.E.;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Loyola  University;    Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


1'ryce  LaRue  Keacjle Rock  Island 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Illini  Union  Committee   (3)  ;  A.S.C.E. 
Augustana  College 


.Chicago 


Henry    Kastler 

Commerce 

Accountancy 
Parado  Grade  Units 
Accountancy  Club 

Wright  Junior  College 


James  Prank  Kastner Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Newman  Hall 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Marilyn  Joan  Kearns Carmel,  Ind. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Delta  Delta  Delta 
Torch;    Shi-Ai;    Illini   Union   Director    (4); 
Illini    Union    Board    (4);    Major   Chairman 
Pep   Rallies,    Illini    Union    Committee    (3)  ; 
Illini  Union  Council  (3)  ;  Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee    (1,    2,    3);     House    President    (3); 
Student  Senate   (2);   Class  Secretary-Treas- 
urer  (2);   N.S.A.  Senate  Sub-committee   (1, 
2) 


Jerome  Michael  Keefe Oak  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Lieutenant,   NROTC;   Navy  Council 
Loyola  University 


Jerry  Halliwell  Kats Peoria 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma  Chi 
Skuil    and    Crescent ;    Campus    Chest    ( 1 )  ; 
Tribe   of   Illini    (2,    3,    4);    Varsity   Track 
Squad   (2,   3,   4),   Letter    (2,   4);   Freshman 
Varsity  Track  Squad 


Reeva  Davorah  Katter Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

W.A.A.   (1,  2)  ;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Betty  Keeker Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
International  Affairs 
Sigma  Delta  Tau 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3,  4) 

University   of    Wisconsin ;    University   of 
Colorado 


Robert  William  Keefer Polo 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Farm  House 
Alpha  Zeta ;   Major  Chairman,   Illini  Union 
Committeo    (4)  :    Illini   Union   Council    (4)  ; 
Illini    Union    Committee    (3);    Illini    Rural 
Observer  (3,  4)  ;  All-Ag  Field  Day  Commit- 
tee   (3);   Agriculture  Club;    Field    and   Fur- 
row;   Hoof    and    Horn    Club;    Horticulture 
Club 
Honors  Day  ( 3 ) 


Jordan  Katz Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medieine 
Noble  Houso 

Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Omega   Beta    Pi;    M.I. A. 
Executive  Council    (  3  ) 
Honors  Day   (2,  3) 


- 


Robert   Donald  Keen Lawrenceville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Education 
Acacia 
Tribe  of   Illini:    Freshman   Varsity  Fencing 
Sqnad;  Senior  Fencing  Manager  (4)  ;  Fenc- 
ing Manager  C2.  3)  :  Captain,  Air  Force  RO 
TC ;     Illi-Sota;    Industrial    Education    Soci- 
ety;  Scimitar 


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Ki  in    Mm   Kehart Griggsville 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 
Busey  Hall 
Alpha  Chron;    Phi   Chi  Theta;    W.G-.S.   Ex- 
ecutive Council  ( :•  >  :  Terrapin 


Ronald    Keith    Keim Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Theta   Delta  Chi 
Finance  Club;  Marketing  Club 

Navv   Pier   Activities:     Varsity   liaseball 
Squad   I 'J  ) .   Letter   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Jack  Donald  Kennedy Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

Tan  Kappa  Epsilon 

Varsity     Baseball      Squad      (2);     Freshman 

Varsity   Baseball   Squad;   Major,  Air  Force 

ROTC:  A.S.C.E 


Jean   Ellen   Kennedy Tuscola 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Musi,-  Education 
('hi  Omega 
Sigma  Alpha  Iota;  Women's  Glee  Club  (3)  ; 
Oratorio  Society    I  :i.   4  ) 

St.  Mary-of-the-Woods  College 


Alice  Jean    Keller Paris 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha  Phi 
Shi-Ai;  The  Illio   (1.  2)  ;   Mini  Union  Com- 
mittee  (1.   :!)  :   Slur  Course  Manager  (2) 


Marv  Sabina  Kent Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Y.W.C.A.    Cabinet;    Terrapin     (3,    4);    Mc- 
Kinley  Foundation  Student  Council   (4) 
Wells  College 


Carolyn  Jane  Kelly Logan,  lova 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Presby  Hall 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3,  4) 
Cornell   College 


Lerria  Eleanor  Kelley Chicago 

Education 
Teacher  Training  in  Commercial 
Zeta  Tan  Alpha 


William  Andrew  Kelly,  Jr. 

Monterey  Pari-,  Calif. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  rchitecture 
A.I. A. 

University  of  Minnesota,  Los  Angeles 
City  College,  East.  Los  Angeles  Junior  Col- 
lege, Santa  Barbara  College,  University  of 
Southern  California,  University  of  Califor- 
nia 


Richard   Wayne    Kemp Wenona 

Agriculture 
J  mi  rnalism 
Son's    Home 
Illini     Rural     Observer     (2,     3):     Plowboy 
Prom  Committee   i  '■'• ) 


William   Kenley Clay  City 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Tan:   Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 
Millikin   University 


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Robert  Joseph  Keough Chicago 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Veterinary  Medicine 
Newman   Hall 
Student  Veterinary  Medical  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


George  Matthew  Keranen.  .  .Bomewood 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha  Tan  Omega 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;    Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Omega 
Beta  Pi:  Phi  Lambda  Upsilon;  Illini  Union 
Committee   (2);   Star  Course  Manager  (2): 
Student  Senate  (2) 

Honors  Day  (1.2,  3).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Eugene  Kersting,  Jr Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Newman   Hall 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Pi  Delta  Phi;  French  Club; 
German  Club 

Honors  Day   (1,  2.  3.  4),  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Kov  Philip  Keslix Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 

A.S  C.E. 

.Navy   Pier  Extension  of  the  University  ot 
Illinois 


Samuel  Kessler Chicai  • 

( lommerce 
.1  ccountancy 
Clark  House 
MIA.    Executive  Council    (2.   3),   treasurer 
(3);    Track    Manager    CO:    Hillel    Founda- 
tion    Student     Council      (2);     Accountancy 
Club:    Praetorians;    Student    Junior   Chad 
ber  of  Commerce 


/. 


474 


Richard  Edward  Kenna Broadview 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 

Calhoun  Hall 
Illinois  Technograph   I  1.   2.   :'.)  ;  First  Lien- 
tenant    Air   l-::r.t    I.::  I:       Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day   (  1  I 


L\kk\   Dale  Kettlekamp Urbana 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Painting 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Society   of   Illustrators:    Freshman    Council: 
Men's'Glee  Club    (1,   2.   :'.,  4);   Second  Lieu- 
tenant,  Army   ROTC 
Honors   Dav    (1.    3) 


Richard  Omsk  Keys Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Painting 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Jesse  Harold  Keyser Fairfield 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha   Tau   Alpha;    Agricultural   Education 
Club;   Agriculture  Club 


Olga   Kiewetz Chicago 

Agriculture 
Hojnc  Economics 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Illini    Union    Committee    (1,    2,    3);    lllini 
Theatre  Guild  Crew   (1)  ;  Campus  Chest  (I, 
2);   W.A.A.    (1,  2,  3,  4);  All-Ag  Field  Day 
Committee  (2)  ;  Freshman  Week  Committee 
(4)  ;  Young  Republicans  Club 


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Thomas  Henry  Klaismeyer 

South  Bend,  Ind. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  rcli Hectare 
Kappa  Sigma 
Gargoyle;  Tau  Beta  Pi:  A.I. A. 

Purdue  University;  Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Marvin  Klein Maywood 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Clark  House 
Alpha    Delta    Sigma;     Illini    Theatre    Guild 
Manager   (].  2);   (Second   Lieutenant.  Army 
ROTC;   Praetorians,  president  (4) 


Robert  Edwin  Klein 

Commerce 
.4  ccountancy 
Wright  Junior  College 


.  C7(  icago 


Robert  Lynn  Kinser Greenfield 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Kinonia 
Baptist  Foundation   Student  Council ;   Agri- 
culture Club;  Field  and  Furrow;  Hoof  and 
Horn  Club;  Rural  Life  Club 
Western  Illinois  State  College 


Nicholas  Joseph   Kirby Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman  Hall 
Military    Ball    Committee    (4)  ;    First   Lieu- 
tenant,    Army     ROTC ;     National     Defense 
Transportation  Association;    Illini  Forensic 
Association ;   Marketing  Club 


Charles  Edwin  Kirchner Havana 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Twin  Estates 
A.I.A. 

Bradley  University 


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Stephen  Klein Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Barton   House 
Praetorians 

Navy  Pier  Activities:     Pier   Illini   News- 
paper  (  3 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


George  John  Klksty Buffalo,  N.  T. 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 


Ejiil  John  Klingeneus New  Athens 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
International  Affairs 
Lambda   Chi  Alpha 
The  Daily  Illini  (2,  3,  4)  ;  The  Illio  (2,  3)  ; 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (1);   Board  of  Frater- 
nity   Affairs    (4)       Interfraternity    Coumil 
(3,   4)  ;    Student   Senate    (4)  ;   Coordination 
Committee   (4)  ;   N.S.A.  Senate  Sub-commit- 
tee (4)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Baseball  Squad; 
Illinois    Technograph    (3);    Captain,    Army 
ROTC       Illini    Fci'insic     4ss:;:iation      Rus- 
sian Language  Club;  Spanish  Club 


Walter  Kirnbauer Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Personnel  Management 
Woodrow  Wilson  Junior  College 


John  Albert  Klacka Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Barton  House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Joseph  Anthony"  Klapkowski.  .  .Chicago 
Commerce 
Management 
Newman  Hall 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi ;  Sigma  Iota  Epsilon,  pres- 
ident, (4)  ;  Colonel,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Polish 


Club 

Honors  Day    (3) 

Wright  Junior  College 


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Arthur  John   Kloser Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing  and  Management 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council    (3, 
4);    Marketing    Club:    Navy    Pier    Alumni 
Association;    Society    for    the   Advancement 
of  Management 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


E.mil  Albert  Knafl Chicago 

( lommerce 
Industrial  Administration 
"O"  Houso 
House  President   (3);   Marketing  Club;   So- 
ciety for  the  Advancement  of  Management; 
Spanish  Club 
Cornell   College 


Earle  Leroy  Kneikel 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Wright  Junior  College 


.Chicago 


475 


James  Fredrick  Kneller Freeport 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
i 'hemistry 
Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;     Mi- 
Knights 


Kenneth  Wayne  Kolence.  .  .  .Waukegan 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Physics 
Chi  Psi 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Illinois   Technograph    (3, 
4)  ;  LAS  Council  (2,  3)  ;  Physics  Society 
Honors  Day  (2.  3) 
Lake  Forest  College 


Mills  Thomas  Kneller Freeport 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC ;     Mi- 
Knights 


Wesley  Willard  Knight Streator 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Sigma  Tau ;  Tau  Beta  Pi ;  Eta  Kappa  Nu : 
Football    Marching    Hand    (1,    2,    3);    First 
Regimental  Band  (1,  2.  3);  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Stanley  Conrad  Kolinski Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Alpha  Delta  Phi 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Emanuel  Kolton Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Omega  Beta  Pi;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Virginia  Caroline   Koch Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Blackburn  College 


Donald  Carl  Kochinski Benld 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
College  Hall 
Cyclothem  Club 


Charles  Edward  Koehn Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  rchitectural  Engineering 
Phi  Kappa  Psi 
Basketball  Manager   (2);   Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety;  A. I. A. 

Vanderbilt   University 


Donald  Robert   Koehn Danville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Philosophy 
The    Dailv    Mini    (3);    Y.M.CA.    Board    of 
Directors    (4);    Y.M.CA.    Cabinet    (3,    4); 
Y.M.CA.  Committee   (2) 
Honors  Day   (2,   3  ) 
Bob  Jones  University 


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Thomas  George  Konrad Decatur 

Engineering 
A eronautical  Engineering 
Delta  Tau  Delta 
I.A.S. 

Springfield  Junior  College 


Kenneth  Charles  Kopp Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 

Sigma  Phi   Delta 
Interfraternity   Council    (3);    I.A.S. ;    Navy 
Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy     Pier    Activities :      Varsity    Track 
Team  (1,  2)  ;  Letter  (1,  -J) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Irving  Frank  Korita Chicago 

Physical  Education 

Ph  ysic.a  I  Ed  n  ca  tion 
Phi  Epsilon  Kappa 


Edward  Thomas  Koska Cicero 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Minawa  Lodge 
Student  Religious  Council   (4)  ;  Mini  Chris- 
tian Fellowship   (3,  4)  ;   Baptist  Foundation 
Student  Council    (3,   41.   president   (4);   II- 
lini  Sportsman's  <  lub 
Morton  Junior  College 


JOAN    Dee   Kohleinbrener Cliicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Phi   Sigma   Sigma 
Mini   Union    Committee    (1.   2);    Mini  The- 
atre Guild    Crews    (1.    2);    House  President 
(3) 


Lorex  Conrad  Kolditz New  Athens 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma   Pi 
Pershing  Rifles;  A.S.C.E. 
Southern   Illinois  University 


476 


Kenxeth  Gene  Kossieck Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 
A.S.C.E. 

James  Millikin  University 


Kiki    Gean   KOTSIOPOULOS Chicago 

Educat  ion 
Elementary  Education 
Cagle  Hall 
Lindenwood  <  Jollege 


Thaddbus  Lawrence  Kowalski  .  .  Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Clark  House 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (3);     Polish     Club; 
Russian  Language  Club 
Honors  Day    (2,   3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Carolyn   Krimbill Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Chi  Omega 
Mask  and  Bauble;  Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Illini  The- 
atre Guild  Manager  (2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (2) 
Grinnell  College 


Raymond  Jerome  Kozak Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing  and  Management 

Esquire  Club 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council    (3, 
4);    Marketing    Club;    Navy    Pier    Alumni 
Association;    Polish    Club;    Society   for   the 
Advancement  of  Management 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Edwin  Joseph  Koziol Schiller  Park 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Noble  House 
Accountancy   Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni  As- 
sociation 

Navy  Pier  Activities :    Varsity  Basketball 
Letter   (1,  2,   3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Albert   Barrel  Kraft Hamilton 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha   Zeta;    Phi   Eta   Sigma;    Agriculture 
Club ;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Raymond  Joseph  Kristufex,  Jr. 

Hollywood 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Agriculture  Club ;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club 
Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Joseph  Abba  Kritzman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Wilson  Junior  College 


Helen  Emily  Kromat Wheaton 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
4-H  House 
The  Daily  Illini   (3)  ;   Y.W.C.A.  Committee 
(2);    Campus    Chest.     (4);    German    Club; 
Teaehers-in -Training  Club 
Northwestern  University 


Bonald  Charles  Krahe Home  wood 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Sigma  Tau;   Tau   Beta  Pi;   Pi  Tan   Sigma; 
Freshman   Varsity   Football   Squad;    A.S.M. 
E.;   S.A.E. 
Honors  Bay  (3,  4) 


Charles  Louis  Krone Tamaroa 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Et?.  Kappa  Nu 

Honors  Bay  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Karen   Louise  Kral Kankakee 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
P  re-Medicine 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Omega  Beta  Pi 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 


Barbara  Jane  Krueuer Wilmette 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 

Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Omicron  Nu;  Phi  Upsilon  Omicron ;  The 
Daily  Illini  (3);  Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet  (4); 
Panhellenic  Executive  Council  (4)  ;  Stu- 
dent Senate  (4)  ;  Committee  on  Student  Af- 
fairs (4) 

Iowa  State  College 


Lester  Norman  Kramer Mendota 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Shawnee 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;  House  President  (4) 
Honors  Day  (  4  ) 

Cornell    College;     La    Salle-Peru-Oglesby 
Junior  College 


Helen  Marie  Krebs Springfield 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Alpha  Delta  Pi 

Theta  Sigma  Phi;   The  Daily  Illini   (1,   3); 

Illini   Theatre   Guild   Manager    (1);   Young 

Republicans  Club 

Springfield  Junior  College 


£M 


Harry  James  Krueger Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha  Phi  Omega 

Wright  Junior  College;  Illinois  Institute 
of  Technology 


Floyd  John  Kruenecel St.  Peter 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
University     Chorus     (4);     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Gamma  Delta 


William  Herman  Krebs.  .Cortland,  N.  Y. 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

United    States    Merchant    Marine    Acad- 
emy;  Cortland  State  Teachers  College 


Maoel  Ann  Krummel. 


.  Donnellson 


Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 


Phi  Mil 


477 


Frederick  Joseph  Kruzel Ohieago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety 

Navy    Pier    Activities:      Illinois    Techno- 
graph  ( l ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 

Illinois 


John  Henderson  Lambie Elmhwrst 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Glider  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Varsity  Wrestling 
Squad   (1,  2)  ;   Letter   (1.  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


M.utv  Louise  Kuchar Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Busey  Hall 
Kappa  Delta  Pi:  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 
Honors  Day   ( 2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Winifred  Lee  La.mbright Danville 

Agriculture 
Bonn-  Economics 
Alpha   Delta   l'i 
Illini   Theatre    Guild    Manager    (1,    2,    3); 
Campus  Chest   ( 1 ) 


Anne  Kuehn East  St.  Louis 

Journalism 
Radio 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Theta  Sigma  Phi:   University  Chorus 

Washington     University;     Southern     Illi- 
nois   University;    Stetson    University 


John  Charles  Kuller.  .Prattsburg,  N.  ¥. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Witanshiro 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;    House   President    ( :i )  ; 
Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;   National  Defense 
Transportation    Association;     Pershing    Ri- 
fles ;  Phalanx 
Honors  Dav   (2) 


La  Verne  Marie  Lanciloti Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Sherwood  Lodge 
Northern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College. 


John    David    Landgren 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Tan  Beta  Pi;  Chi  Epsilon 
Brighain  Young  University 


.Rock  ford 


Genevieve  Dolores  Ktnce Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Fehner  House 
Major  I;    W.A.A.    (3.   4);    Physical   Educa- 
tion Majors  Club 

Wilson    Junior    College:    Navy    Pier    Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


iJkflbt 


Robert  Allen  Landl Chicago 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 


James  Robert  Kunen.  .  .Brooklyn,  N.  T. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Alpha  Epsilon   Pi 
Interfraternitv   Council    (3);    House   Presi- 
dent  (4)  ;  A. I. A.;  A.S.C.E. 
Hofstra  College 


Joseph   Herbert   Landon Jcr.sc//n71' 

Agriculture, 
Agricultural  Science 
Alpha  Tan   Omega 
Agricultural   Council    (3):    Second  Lieuten- 
ant. Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tau :  Agricul- 
ture   Club;    Dairy    Production    Club,    presi- 
dent   (3) 
Honors  Day    ( 1 ) 


Theodore  Ernest  Kirz Lansing 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.4  rchitecture 
Parade  Ground  Units 
A. I. A. ;  Gamma  Delta 

Purdue  University;   Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of   Illinois 


Arnold  Edward  Landsman Chicago 

Commerce 
.1  ccountancy 
Clark  House 
Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


EirZA  Charles   Lacy Pillsfield 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Illini   Union   Committee    (3);    Captain.   Air 
Force  ROTC 


Lois  Mardelle  Langdon Monticello 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Political  Science 

Phi  Alpha  Theta 

Honors  Day   (2,   3);    University  of  Illinois 

Scholarship  Key 

James  Millikin    University 


478 


M  \rv  Anx  Lacy Kansas 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Delta  Zeta 
W.A.A.  (3,  4):  Wesley  Foundation  student 
Council   (4);   Home  Economics  Club 
De  Pauw  University 


Robert  Frederick   Lange Chica/o 

Pine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Browery 
A.  I. A. 

Wilson  Junior  College;   Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Billy   Lee    Lankenau foli,'l 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Alpna    Kappa   Psi;    V.M. 
C.A.  Committee   (1.  2):   Football  Marching 
Band    (1.   2);    First,   Regimental    Band    (1, 
2)  ;  Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day   (1,  3) 


DOLORKS    LAPAITIS Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  ami  Sciences 
English 
Evans  Hall 
Alpha  Chron;    Phi    Beta    Kappa:    Mask   and 
Bauble;    I'i  Delta   Phi;  The  Illio   (1):  Illini 
Union    Committee     (2),     Major    Chairman. 
Illini     Union     Council     (2);     Illini     Union 
Committee     (1,     2);     Illini    Theatre    Guild 
Manager    (2):    Star    Course    Manager    (2); 
Young  Democrats  Club 

Honors    Day    (2.    3):    University   of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


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Larry  Uno  Larson Rorlcford 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Sigma.  Phi  Epsilon 
Illini    Union    Committee     (2,     3);     A.I.A. ; 
A.S.C.E. 


Trula  Ruth  Larson Palos  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Theta  Dpsilon 
Delta  Sigma  Rho ;  Zeta   Phi  Eta;   Illini  For- 
ensic   Association ;    Varsity    Debate    Squad 
(3,  4) 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Sorrell  Harold  Latins Chicago 

( 'ommerce 
Accountancy 
Clark  House 
Beta  Alpha   Psi;    Second   Lieutenant.   Army 
ROTC;   Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day    (1,   3) 


Arlen  James  Large Flora 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Kappa  Sigma 

Phi  Eta  Sigma ;  Sigma  Delta  Chi ;  The  Daily 

Illini    (1.   2.   3,   4).    Executive  News  Editor 

(4) 

Honors   Day    (1.   2),    University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Ramon  La  Russo Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 

Newman  Hall 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Vincent  Anthony  Las  Casas.  .Bockford 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Tribe  of  Illini;  Varsity  Track  Squad  (2.  3, 
4)  :   Letter  (3.  4)  ;   Freshman  Varsity  Track 
Squad;  First  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Ac- 
countancy Club 


Robert   Stanley   LargenT.  .  .  .Shelbyville 
Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Mi-Knights 
Alpha  Tan  Alpha:  V.M.C.A.  Committee  (2)  ; 
Illini    Rural    Observer    (2);    Military    Ball 
Committee    (3);    Second    Lieutenant.    Army 
ROTC;   Alpha  Rho  Tau ;   Agricultural  Edu- 
cation Club;   Agriculture  Club;   Dairy  Pro- 
duction   Club;    Hoof   and    Horn    Club;    Mi- 
Knights;   Rural   Life  Club 


Marlene  Joan  Lask Chicago 

Physical  Edui  ation 
Physical  Education 

Sigma  Delta  Tau 
The    Illio    (1);    Y.YV.C.A.    Committee    (1): 
Yv'.A.A.   (1,  2,  3,  4):   Freshman  Week  Com 
mittee;     Panhellenic     Ball    Committee    (2); 
Physical  Education   Majors  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University   >i 
Illinois 


James  Stanley  Larsen La  Granite 

Veterinary  Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Student  Veterinary  Medical  Association 
Augustana  College 


s,    ,Wr 


DoNAiD  Richard  Lath  hop 

KarborcreeJe,  Pa. 

Engineering 

Ceramic  Engineering 

Kappa   Delta   Rho 

Illini   Theatre   Guild    Crew    (1.    2):    Second 

Lieutenant.  Air  Force  ROTC     Scabbard  and 

Blade;   A.C.S. 


Otto  Louis  Larsen May  wood 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.,  president   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  o'. 
Illinois 


James  Arthur  Latimer 

Gait,  Ontario,  Canada 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Illini    Christian    Fellowship     (1,    2,    3,    4); 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Patricia  Ann  Larsen.  .Arlington  Heights 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

M  usic 

Busey  Hall 

Sigma  Alpha  Iota;  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast 

(2,  3,  4)  ;   University  Choir  (1,  2,  3,  4) 


Harold  Carl  Larson LaSalle 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
( 7/ e in ienl  Engin ee ring 
Newman  Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 


«#*  M. 


Norman  Joseph  Latker Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Lundgren   House 
Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Albert    Law Otta  ten 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Wesmen 
Wesley    Foundation    Student    Council    (4)  ; 
Engineering   Council    (3.    4);    Second    Lieu- 
tenant,  Army   ROTC;    Tau   Nu   Tau;    A.S. 
C.E. 

Bradley  University 


479 


Ai.vn  Richard  Lawrence Saybrook 

Auric  ill  hit 
General  A  griculture 
Kappa  Sigma 
Varsity  Football  Squad  (2)  ;  Freshman  Var- 
sity    Football     Squad:     Varsity     Wrestling 
Squad    (2);    Freshman    Varsity    Wrestling 
Squad;    Agriculture   Club;    Field   and   Fur- 
row; Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


Doris  Leith Waukegan 

Agriculture 

Some  Economics  Education 

Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 

lllini    Union    Committee    (3.    4)  :    V.W.C.A. 

Committee   (3);    Home   Economics  I'lub   (3. 

4) 

Miami  University 


Muriel  Rose  Lawrence TJrbnmt 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Delta  Sigma  Theta 
Navy  Pier  Activities:     Pier  lllini   (2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Raymond  Lemersal 

Elmwood  Parle 
t  lommerce 
Economics 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi ;     The    Daily    lllini    (1); 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council    (3. 
4);   Senior  Pall  Committee   (3,  4);  Major. 
Air  Force  ROTC;  Accountancy  Club;  Young 
Republicans  Club 


Gordon  Lynn  Leach Pekin 

Commerce 
Industrial  Ad  ministration 
Phi  Gamma  Delta 
Skull  and  Crescent;  lllini  Union  Committee 
(1,    2);    Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet    (4);    Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (1,    2,    3);    Society   for   the   Ad- 
vancement of  Management 


Douglas  Russell  Leader Brookficld 

Engineering 
Mecha n ical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tan;  A.F.S. ;  A.S.M.E 
Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Owen  LeRoy  Leander Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
A  rchitectural  Engineering 
A.I.A. ;  A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Allan  Harold  Ledeher Cicero 

Commerce 
/  n  d  list  ria  I  Admin  istra  I  ion 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Manage- 
ment:    Student    Junior    Chamber    of    Com- 
merce 

Morton  Junior  College 


Benjamin  Yet  Sung  Lee 

Honolulu,  Hawaii 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Arnold  Air  Society 
University  of  Hawaii 


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Beverly  Jean  Lemmon Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Chi  Omega 
Lake  Forest   College 


Donald  Elkins  Lentz Mounds 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta  Psi 
Accountancy   Club;    Marketing   Club;    Soci- 
ety for  tlie  Advancement  of  Management 
South  East  Missouri  State 


Albert  Taylor  Lexz.  .,S7.  Petersburg,  Fla. 

Commerce 

Economics 

Phi  Delta  Theta 

Cheerleader;    Dolphins    (2);    Captain,    Air 

Force  ROTC;  lllini  Insurance  Society 


Lawrence  Sheldon  Lehman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 


John  Walter  Leskera Oollinsville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science  and  Law 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da;     Delia    Sigma    Rho;     Studenl 
Senate  (3);  Class  Secretary-Treasurer  (1); 
Freshman    Council    (  1  )  :     Basketball    Mana- 
ger   (1,    2,    3,    4):    Senior    Basketball    Man.' 
ger;   Athletic   Council,    president    (4):    lllini 
Forensic   Association;    Junior    Bar   Associa- 
tion; Varsity  Debate  (3,  4) 


480 


Jane  Lee Harrisburg 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Chi  Omega 
Shi-Ai;   Sigma  Alpha   lota:   The  Illio   (1,  2, 
3),  Junior  Editor    I  :: )  :   Star  Course  Mana- 
ger (2);  V.W.C.A,  Committee  (1);  Campus 
Chest   (2) 

Southern  Illinois  University 


Fred  Oliver  Lehman Chicago 

Education 
Industrial  Education 

Phi  Gamma  Delta 
Tribe  of  lllini;  Varsity  Swimming  Squad 
(3)  ;  Captain  (4)  ;  Lei  lei-  (  :;.  4)  ;  Freshman 
Varsity  Swimming  Squad;  Dolphins  (2,  3, 
4);  Cadet  Major.  Army  ROTC;  Industrial 
Education  Society 
Honors   Day    (3) 

State  University  of  Iowa 


Marvin   Alan    LevensON Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma  Alpha  Mu 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1.    2,    3):    Hillel 
Foundation    Student.   Council    (2);    Lieuten- 
ant, Army  ROTC;   Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1  ) 


Vivian  Louise  Leverenz Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Pit ysical  Ed u ration 
Presbyterian  Hall 
lllini    Union    Committee    (3)  ;    W.A.A.    (3, 
4)  ;  Physical   Education  Majors  Club 
Honors  Day    (  3  ) 
Cornell  College 


Howard  Shkrwin  Levine Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 

Sigma  Alpha  Mu 

Illini  Union  Committee  (1,  2);  Interf rater- 

nitv   Council    (2,    :(.    4);    First  Lieutenant, 

Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Kho  Tau 


Charles  Sandford  Levings.  ......  .Parts 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Science 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Honors  Day   (4) 
DePauw  University 


Edwin  Stanley  Levitan Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Phi  Sigma  Delta 
Sigma  Tau;    Pi  Tau   Sigma;   Tau  Beta  Pi; 
Freshman   Week   Committee    (4);    A.S.M.E. 
Honors   Day    (1,   2);    University  of   Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Max  Isaac   Light Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Clark  House 
Sigma  Delta  Chi ;   Freshman  Varsity  Base- 
ball   Squad ;    Freshman    Varsity    Swimming 
Squad ;    Second    Lieutenant,    Army   ROTC ; 
Phi  Chi  Eta;  Praetorians;  Tall  Illini  Club 
Honors  Day   (3 ) 


James  Armstrong  Limbert.  .  .Park  Ridge 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Junior  Bar  Association 

Evanston  Community  College;  Navy  Pier 
Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Donald  Cecil  Lincicomb 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Honors  Day   ( 2 ) 


.  TJrbana 


Michael  Eli  Leviton Berwyn 

Law 

Law 
Lundgren  House 
WILL    (1);    Second   Lieutenant,   Air  Force 
ROTC;  Junior  Bar  Association 


William  Keith  Lindberg Rockford 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 


Myron  Simon  Levy Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Interfraternitv  Council    (2,   3,   4)  ;   Military 
Ball  Committee  (  3  )  ;  Captain,  Army  ROTC  ; 
Pershing  Rifles:    Phi  Chi  Eta;   Society  for 
the  Advancement  of  Management 


Robert  Stephen  Lewis Brook  field 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Shirley'  Joan  Lindblad Joliet 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Delta  Gamma 
Campus  Chest   (1)  ;   W.A.A.   (3) 


Carol  Ann  Linde Rockford 

Education 

Elementary  Ed  neat  ion 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Tha  Ulio  (2)  ;  Illini  Union  Committee  (2) 
Rockford  College 


Saul  Olimpica  Libman. Sao  Paulo,  Brazil 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Lundgren  House 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (3.   4);   M.I. A.   Executive  Coun- 
cil (2)  ;  House  President  (4)  ;  Student  Sen- 
ate (2);  A.S.C.E.;   Ibero-American  Associa- 
tion;  I.T.E. 


Walter  Charles  Linden Berwyn 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Ray  Lichtenberger 

Chicago  Heights 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Theta  Xi 
Men's  Glee  Club    (3,   4)  ;    Oratorio   Society 
(3,  4)  ;  German  Club 

Thornton    Junior    College:    Northwestern 
University;   Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Frederick  Edward  Ltndquist. Princeville 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Theta  Xi 
Varsity   Football   Squad    (2,    3);    Freshman 
Varsity  Football  Squad :  Captain,  Army  RO 
TC;   Infantry  Club;  Phalanx;  Student  Jun- 
ior Chamber  of  Commerce 


Howard  Bruce  Liebman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;   University  of  Chicago 


Lois  Jean  Lindsey Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Journalism 
Delta  Gamma 
Shi-Ai;  Theta  Sigma  Phi,  president  (4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 


481 


Judith  Ann  Lindstroii Urbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Star  Course  Manager  (2) 
Honors  Day   11.2) 


Shirley  Anne  Locke Champaign 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Pi  Beta  Phi 

Sigma    Alpha    Iota:    Star    Course    Manager 
(2);   Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (2.   3);   Concert 
Band  I  1.  2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2  ) 


Lura  Jean   Link La  Harp  ■ 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  s<,<-ml  Studies 
McKinley  Hall 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee  CD;  French  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 2  ) 

Western   Illinois  State  College 


James   Grady   Linsley Vrbana 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Varsity  Football  Squad  (2,  3)  ;  Varsity 
Swimming  Squad  (2);  Freshman  Varsity 
Swimming  Squad  (11;  Dolphins  (1,  2,  3); 
Chief  Petty  Officer.  NROTC ;  Hoof  and  Horn 
Club;  Ulini  Sportsman's  Club 


James  Thomas  Lipe Du  Quota 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 

Agricultural    Education    Club;    Agriculture 
Club 

Southern  Illinois  University 


Betty  Mae  Lipsitz    .  .  .  .Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Painting 
Indeco 
Ulini  Union  Committee   (3) 


Sheldon  Fay  Littell.  .  .Chicago  Heights 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinf onia ;  Football  Marching 
Hand  (2.  3);  First  Regimental  Band  (2,  3, 
4)  ;   Second  Regimental  Band   (2)  ;   Univer- 
sity Choir  (4);  Men's  Glee  Club  (3,  4) 
Lawrence  Conservatory  of  Music 


Howard  Lons  Littig,  Jh Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Clark  House 
Phi  Eta  Sigma 
Honors  Day   (  1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Carolee  Little Farmer  City 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Shorter     Board;     Ulini     I'nion     Committc 
(1);    Ulini  Theatre  Guild    Manager    (1.   2); 
Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet   (2,  3    4);   Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee   (1.    2,    :s,    4t;    WILL    il);    Wesley 
Foundation   (2);    Home  Economics  Club 


Frances    Little Toledo,    Ohio 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Kappa  Alpha  Theta 

Shorter  Board;   Ulini   Union  Committee   (2, 

3);    Y.W.C.A.    Cabinet     (2.    3);    Y.W.C.A. 

Committee  (1);  House  President  (4) 


d        1 


Joan  Harriet  Locker 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Painting 
Alpha  Omicron   Pi 
The  Daily  Ulini  (  1  ) 


.Peoria 


482 


Willi  \m  Edward  Loewe Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Physics 

University  of  Chicago 


Edgene  Clement   Loh.man Geneseo 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma:  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Beta 
Alpha  Psi;  Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day   (1,  2.  3,   1).  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Philip  Loiben Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Barton  House 
German   Club;   Navy   Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Frances  Louise  Loitz Peotone 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Sigma  Kappa 
The  Dailv  Ulini   (3)  ;   Ulini  Union  Commit- 
tee (2)  ;  Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet  (3)  ;  Home  Eco- 
nomics Club  (  2.  3  ) 

Illinois  Wesleyan  University 


Charles  Long Waggoner 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma;    House  President   (4): 
Varsity     Baseball     Squad     (2)  ;     Freshman 
Varsity   Baseball    Squ  id  :    First   Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;  National  Defense  Transporta- 
tion Association 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Dtanio  Martin    Loofbourrow.  .  .  .Quincy 

Engineering 

General  Engineering 

Triangle 

Tho    Dailv    Ulini     (4);     Football    Marching 

Band   (2,  3,  4)  ;   First   Regimental  Band   (2 

3,  4);  Illinois  Technograph  (3)  :  A.I.Ch.E.; 

A.S.M.E.;   W.O.R.L.D. 

James  Millikin  University 


Kknneth    Lopaty Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Tan  Delta  Phi 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma:    Ulini  Union  Committee 
(2);     Ulini    Theatre    Guild    Manager    (2): 
Campus    Chest    Allocations    and    Advisory 
Board   (3) 

Wright  Junior  College 


William  Alfred  Lo.ienz Chicago 

Commerce 

Newman  Hall 
Newman    Foundation;   Student  Council    (2, 
3,  4):  Second  Lieutenant,  Army  BOTC 


Jane  Amelia  Luedtke Minonk 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Kappa  Kappa  I  lamina 
Mortar    Board;     Kappa    Delta    Pi;     Alpha 
Lambda   Delta;    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (3); 
Campus  Chest    (3,    4)  ;    Campus   Chest  Allo- 
cations and  Advisory   Board   (4) 
Illinois  Wesleyan   1'niversity 


Ronald   Milan    Losee Belviden 

.Journalism 
Editorial 
Shawnee 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;    Captain.    Army   ROTC; 
Infantry  Club 


Sue  Lihie Bloomington 

Liberl  Arts  and  Sciences 
English  Literature 
Alpha  Epsilon  Phi 
Shi-Ai;  Mask  and   Bauble;  The  Daily  Mini 
(1);    Illini  Union  Committee   (1.   2);   The- 
atre Guild   Student  Staff  Manager   (3,  4): 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Manager    (2,    3,    4); 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee  ( 1 ) 


Charles  Edmund  Lai  iiiilin Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Phi 
Phi  Epsilon   Kappa;   House  President   (4); 
Varsity  Swimming  Squad  (3,  4)  ;  Freshman 
Varsity  Swimming  Squad;   Dolphins   (1,  2, 
3,  4);   First  Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;   Na- 
tional  Defense  Transportation  Association; 
Scabbard  and  Blade 


JOSEPH    James    LUSCO Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Flagg  House 
S.A.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William   Llovh  Loving Loami 

Commerce 
Management 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Illini  Union  Committee  CI):  V.M.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (1) 


Marilyn   Lucille   Lowe Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Torch;  Pi  Delta  Phi;  The  Illio,  Junior  Busi- 
ness   Manager     (3);    The    Illio     (1.    2,    3); 
Cheerleader 


/ 


William  Andrew   Litiii Chic-ana 

Commerce 
Management 
Psi  Upsilon 
Campus  Chest  (1,  2);    Intramural  Manager 
(2);    Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Man- 
agement; Young  Republicans  Club 


John  Kearns  Lynch Galesburg 

Agriculture 
Agriculture  Economics 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Illini    Union    Committee     i  1,    2);    Varsity 
Golf    Squad    (2,    3,    4):     Freshman    Varsity 
Golf   Squad;    Newman    Foundation    Student 
Council  (1.  2,  3,  4)  :  All-Ag  Field  Day  Com- 
mittee (2)  ;  Freshman  Week  Committee  (2)  ; 
Military    Ball    Committee    (3);    First    Lieu- 
tenant, Army  ROTC;  Alpha  Rho  Tan;  Agri- 
cultural Economics  Club 
Honors  Day   (3) 


James  Bruce  Lubin.  .  .  .Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
The  Mansion 
Sigma  Tan  ;  Alpha  Phi  Omega  ;  Chi  Epsilon  : 
Tribe  of  Illini;  Baseball  Manager  (2,  3,  4)  ; 
Senior     Baseball     Manager     (4);     Athletic 
Council   (4);   Second  Lieutenant,  Armv  RO 
TC:   Ordnance  Club:  A.S.C.E 
Honors  Day   (3) 


Walter  Stewart  Lucas.  .West  Frankfort 
Engineering 
Mini n;i  Engineering 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC:   National 
Defense   Transportation    Association,    presi- 
dent (4)  ;  M.I.S. 


Alice  Ruth  Luckow Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Campus  Chest   (3);    Junior  Orchesis   (3,  4) 


Barbara  Burn-  Lucy.  .  .  .New  York,  K.  T. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha  Kappa  Delta 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 
Queens  College 


*  4TA 


Edward  Randall  Lynn Westchester 

( loi erce 

Marketing 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;   House  President  (3,  4): 
Military  Ball  Committee  (3);  Phi  Chi  Eta; 
Illini   Sportsman's   Club;    Marketing  Club; 
Student  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 


Rpth  Joyce  MacDonald Peoria 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Piano 
Sigma  Kappa 
Sigma  Alpha  Iota:  Concert  Band  (4)  ;  Ora- 
torio Society  (4) 
Bradley  University 


Roderick  Courtright  MacLeod.  .Chicago 
Law 
La  w 

Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Phi  Delta  Phi:  House  President;  Univer- 
sity Chorus  (2)  ;  Oratorio  Society  (3)  ;  Bat- 
talion Chief  Petty  Officer,  NROTC;  Frencn 
Club;  Junior  Bar  Association;  Young  Re- 
publicans Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Mary  Margaret  MacTaggert . Assumption 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

English 

Delta  Gamma 

Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet  (3,  4)  ;  University  Chorus 

( 3 ) 

Monticello  Junior  College 


483 


John  'Wilbert  Mack Danville 

Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 
Marketing  Club 


ROY  Larson  Mallstrom Harvey 

Commerce 
Industrial  .1  dministration 
Vsi  Upsilon 
Society   for   the   Advancement   of    Manage- 
ment: Young  Republicans  Club 
Augustana  College 


John  Jacob  Madden Decatur 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics  and  Political  Science 
James  Millikin  University;  Bradley  Uni- 
versity 


Norman  Ray  Madison Mazon 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Farm  House 
Star  and  Scroll;  Alpha  Zeta;  Phi  Eta  Sig- 
ma;   Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1);    University 
Choir    (4);    Men's   Glee  Club   (1,   2,   3,   4); 
All-Ag  Field  Day  Committee   (2);   Plowboy 
Prom    Committee    (1)  ;    Agriculture    Club: 
Dairy  Production  Club;  Field  and  Furrow- 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Khalid  Shakir  MAhmoud.  .Baghdad,  Iraq 
Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 
Chi  Epsilon ;  Moslem  Students  Association, 
president  (4) 


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Richard  Louis  Maloney Ridgway 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Newman  Hall 
Major.  Air  Force  ROTC ;   Agricultural  Ec- 
onomics Club;  Agriculture  Club:   Hoof  and 
Horn  Club 

St.  Joseph's  College 


All  Manaster Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Science 
Psychology 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association;  Praetorians 
Roosevelt  College :   Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Henry   Marcheschi Chicago 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Star  and  Scroll;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Interfra- 
ternity  Council   (2);   House  President  (4); 
University  Choir  (2)  ;  Choristers  (2)  ;  Cap- 
tain, Air  Force  ROTC;  A.S.M.E 
Honors  Day  (1) 


Timothy;  Joseph  Mahoney, 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi  Kappa 
Accountancy  Club 


.  Chicago 


Jane  Anne  Maier East  St.  Louis 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha   Pi    Delta,    president    (3)  ;    Freshman 
Council 


Eleanor  Ei/y  Mainey Mazon 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Phi  Mu 
Illmi  Union   Committee    (2,   4)  ;   University 
Chorus    (1);    Women's   Glee   Club    (1,    3); 
Plowboy  Prom  Committee    (1.);    Home  Ec- 
onomics Club 


■ 


Vlasta  Josephine  Marek Cicero 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Art 
Leinad 
The   Illio    (1);    T.W.C.A.    Committee    (3); 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Society 


Kenton   Dane  Marlin Cat-mi 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Pershing  Rifles;   Spanish  Club 


Rudolph  Howard  Marovec Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Men's  Residence  Hall 
First  Regimental  Hand  (3)  ;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Morton   Junior   College,    Illinois   Institute 
of  Technology,    Navy   Pier  Extension  of  the 
University  of  Illinois 


John  Knox  Mainey Mazon 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Acacia 
Skull  and  Crescent  :   lllini  Union  Committee 
(1)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (  1  )  ;  House  Pres- 
ident  (4);   Basketball  Manager   (2);   Track 
Manager      (2);      University     Chorus      (2); 
Men's  Glee  Club    (3.   4);    Oratorio   Society 
(3)  ;   Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC:  Air  Force 
Council;   Scabbard  and   Blade;   A.S.A.E 


Janu  Ann  Marsik Oalc  Park 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
lllini  Union  Committee  (4)  :  Y.YV.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (4) 

Lawrence  College 


484 


Robert  Edward  Malec Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Noble  House 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 

Northwestern   University;   Navy  Pier  Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Joanne   Martie 

Commerce 
.1  ccounta  ncy 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Phi  Chi  Theta 

Joliet  Junior  College 


.Mokena 


Charles  Dwayne  Martin Versailles 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Honors  Day  (3) 


William  Dale  Mason Ottawa 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Journalism 
Sigma  Delta  Chi;   WINI    (3):  Mini  Union 
Committee  (2)  ;  V.M.C.A.  Committee  (2,  3)  ; 
Mini  Rural  Observer  (2)  ;  WILL  (1,  2,  3)  ; 
Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


David  Lee  Martin Bloomington 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma  Chi 
Sachem;  Sigma  Delta  Chi;  The  Daily  Mini, 
city  editor  (3)  ;  The  Daily  Mini  (1,  2,  3) 


David  Edwin  Martin Glen  Ellyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
College  Hall 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Dean  Wallace  Martin Bartonville 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Lux  Mundi 
House  President  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Wrestling  Man- 
ager   (2,    3)  ;    First    Lieutenant,    Air   Force 
ROTC;   A.S.M.E..   president   (4);   Rifle  and 
Pistol  Club;  SA.E. 
Bradley  University 


Ferol  Irene  Martin McHenry 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Delta  Zeta 
Shi-Ai;  Alpha  Pi  Delta;  Y.W.C.A.  Commit- 
tee  (2);   Campus  Chest   (2);  W.A.A.   (1,  2, 
3,  4)  ;  House  President.  (4)  ;  Plowboy  Prom 
Committee  (3)  ;  Home  Economics  Club 


James  Lotis  Martin Concord 

Law 

Law 
Delta  Upsilon 
Second  Lieutenant.   Army  ROTC;   Phi  Chi 
Eta;  Junior  Bar  Association 


Richard  Thomas  Martin Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in,  English 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3,  4) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Theodore  Martin Chicago 

Engineering 
E  ngine  erin  g  I'h  gsics 
Newman  Hall 
A.I.Ch.E.;  Physics  Society 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Barrington  Martley.  .  .Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Theta  Delta  Chi 

Interfraternitv     Council      (3);      Marketing 

Club;  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 


ft 


August  Martin  Massa Spring  Valley 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Mini  Union  Committee  (1,  3);  A. I. A. 


Donald  Lee  Masters Greenfield 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Nabor  House 
House   President    (4);    Wesley   Foundation 
Student    Council     (3);     Agriculture    Club; 
Dairy    Production    Club ;    Hoof    and    Horn 
Club 


Delores    Helen    Matalin Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Vahog  Matoesia.v Granite  City 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Keith   Edward  Matters Hanover 

Commerce 

Industrial  Administration 
Moore  Hall 
M.I. A.  Executive  Council   (2)  :  Mi-Knights; 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


Leonard  James  Mattson Lake  Villa 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Triangle 
Choristers   (2);   Major.  Army  ROTC;  A.S. 
M.E.;  S.A.E. 
Honors  Dav   (2) 


Anna  Wilhelmina  Mayer Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
German 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
W.A.A.  (3)  ;  House  President  (3)  ;  German 
Club 

Carthage  College 


Anthony  Joseph  Mazurkiewicz.  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Orchesis     (2,     3,    4);     Anthropology    Club; 
German   Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion; Polish  Club;   Tall  Mini  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Chief  Miniwek  (2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


485 


Wim  \.m  Meale Chicago 

Engineering 
(  'ivil  Engineering 
Engineering  Council   (3);   A.S.C.E.;  I.T.E. 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Emanuel  Otto  Melich ab. Downers  Grove 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Phi  Ida  Sigma;   Illini  Rural  Observer  (2); 
Agriculture   Club;    Dairy   Production   Club; 
Horticulture  Club 
Honors  Day   (1,  2) 


Dorothy  Davies  Meek Lndd 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Presbyterian  Hall 
First   Regimental   Hand    (1,   2)  ;   Reportory 
Orchestra   (  1  ) 


Edwin  Walter  Meents.  . 
Commerce 
Finance 
Chi  Phi 
Phi  Chi  Eta 


.AshTcum 


Morton    Melnik Decatur 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 

James  Milliken  University;  University  of 
Wisconsin 


Harry  Edward  Melton Eldorado 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Agriculture    Education     Club;     Agriculture 
Club 

Southern  Illinois  University 


PeBNA-Lee    MEENTS Bloominglon 

Commerce 
Finance 
Illinois  Wesleyan 


Don  Frank  Me.mler Dixon 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Alpha  Kappa   Psi    (3,   4);    Y.M.C.A.   Com- 
mittee   (1);    House   President   (3,   4);   Con- 
cert   Hand    (1,    2.    3);    Football    Marching 
Band    (1,    2,    3):    First    Regimental    Band 
(I);   Ensign,  NROTC;   .Navy  Council 
Honors  Day  ( 1) 


M  \i;v   Lee   Mefkord Robinson 

Agriculture 
Home  Economirs 
Gamma  Phi  Beta 
Torch:   The  Illio    (1.   21:   Major  Chairman 
Banquets,    Illini   Union    Committee    (3);   Il- 
lini    Union    Committee     (1,    2);     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (1);  Campus  Chest  (1);  W.A.A. 
(1) 


Doiin  Harlow  Meiilenbacher  .  La  Orange 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

Pi  Kappa  Phi 

Inlet-fraternity  Council    (2,   3,  4);   Oratorio 

Society     (2,     3):     Second    Lieutenant,    Air 

Force  KOTC;  Phalanx;  A.S.C.E. 

Michigan  College  of  Mining  and  Technol- 
ogy 


V**- 


Richard  Dean  Merchant.  .  .  .Mt.  Carmel 

Education 

Chemistry 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Y.M.C.A.  Board  of  Directors  (4)  ;  Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet  (3,  4)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (1,  2)  ; 
Campus  Chest  (2);  Intramural  Manager 
(2);  Student  Religious  Council  (3);  Mc- 
Kinley  Foundation  Student  Council  (3); 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 


Robert  Carl  Mertens.  .  .Alameda,  Calif. 
Engineering 
Ceramic  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 
Keramos.    president    (3):    House   President 
(4)  ;  A.C.S.:  Plying  Club 
Wright  Junior  College 


Richard  Joseph   Meinhabd.  .  .  .Oak  Park 
Liberal  Arts  anil  Training 
Teacher  Training  in.  Mathematics 
Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day  I  -  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William   Clarence   Mescher.  .  .Loekport 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Engineering  Council    (3);   A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Illuminating  Engineering  Society,  president 
(4) 

Joliet  Junior  College 


Marilyn  Meiselman Chicago 

Agriculture 
'Home  Economics 
Sigma  Delta  Tan 
Tlu.   1 115..    (1,  2);    Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew 
(1)  :  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (2) 


Frederick  Albert  Mesenbrink 

Villa  Park 
Commerce 
A  ccountaney 
Ruste  Amies 
Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2  ) 

Navy   Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


486 


Joseph  Ray  Meisenheimek Cent  mint 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Centralia  Township  Junior  College 


rn'M 


Arvin    Messer Chicif/o 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Wright  Junior  College 


John  Robert  Messner,  Jr. 

Lit  Orange  Park 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.1  rchitectural  Engineering 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Gargoyle;   Sigma  Tan;  Tan   Beta  Pi,  presi- 
dent (  4  )  ;  Scarab:  A. I. A. 

Lyons    Township    Junior    College;     Navy 
l'ier   Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Martha  Marv  Messner Monticello 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 

Cagle  Hall 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Illini  Union  Committee  (3); 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (3.  4);  Univer- 
sity Choir  (3);  University  Chorus  (2,  4); 
Oratorio  Society  (2,  3,  4)  :  Christian  Sci- 
ence Organization 

James  Millikin   University 


Thomas  Metskas Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Flagg  House 
Illini   Insurance   Society:    Marketing   Club; 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Varsity  Track  Let- 
terman   (1)  ;  Letterman's  Club  (1) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Albert  .Michael Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Edward  Ralph   Middleton 

Kansas  City,  Ho. 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 
Board   of   Fraterntv   Affairs    (3):    Interfra- 
ternity  Council   (2,   3);   A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


R.UMl'NDAS   VliADAS   MlEZEUS 

Kaunas,  Lithuania 
( lommerce 
Management 
Alpha  Phi  Omega:  Sigma  Iota  Epsilon ; 
Marketing  Club;  Society  for  the  Advance- 
ment of  Management  :  Student  Junior  Cham- 
ber of  Commerce 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  31.  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Douglas  Lee  Metz Joliet 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Interfraternity  Council  (3)  ;  Marketing  Club 
Joliet    Junior    College;    Illinois    Institute 
of  Technology 


Marv  Elizabeth  Mifflin Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Geology 
Delta  Delta  Delta 
House  President,  (  4  )  :  Panhellenic  Ball  Com- 
mittee (2)  ;  Cyclothem  Club;  French  Club 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Paul  Fredrick  Metzger Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Kuinonami 
A.S.M.E.;  Gamma  Delta;  Navy  Pier  Alumni 
Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Metzger Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;  Illini  Forensic  Association; 
Varsity  Debate  Squad  (3,  4) 

Navy    Pier    Activities:     Varsity    Debate 
Squad  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


James  Edward  Meyers Streator 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


John  Richard  Mm  \tovic Westmont 

Engineering 
Aerona illicit!  Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Morton   Junior  College 


Mitchell  Joseph  Mikila Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Engineering  Council    (3);   A.S.C.E.;   I.T.E. 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Marlene  Barbara  Miles Springfield 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music 

Theta  Phi  Alpha 

Campus  Chest    (4):    House   President.    (3); 

Reportory  Orchestra    (3);   University  Choir 

(2)  ;   Newman   Foundation   Student  Council 

(3)  ;  Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Society 
Springfield  Junior  College 


Wayne  Norbert  Meyer Tuscola 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Captain,   Air  Force  ROTC ;   Arnold  Air  So- 
ciety;  Agriculture  Club:    Field  and  Furrow- 
Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Donald  Jonas  Miller Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Zeta  Beta  Tan 
The  Daily  Illini   (1)  :   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee   (1);    Illini    Theatre    Guild    Crew    (2); 
Dolphins  (2)  ;  Military  Ball  Committee  (2); 
Ensign.   NROTC 

University  of  Chicago:  Willamette  Uni- 
versity; Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois 


James  Richard  Michael Peoria 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta  Phi 
Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC ;  Ordnance 
Club;  Scabbard  and  Blade:  German  Club 
Bradley  University 


George  Mai  rice  Miller Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Illini  Union  Committee   (3);  A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


487 


Jerry  Jay  Miller Hanover 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Sun-    and    Scroll;    Varsity    Baseball    Squad 
(3.  4) 

City  College  of  San  Francisco 


Mitzi-Lou  Marian  Miller.  .  .  .Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Teacher  Training  in  History 

Delta  Zeta 

Sigma  Delta  Pi:   Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (2); 

Campus  Chest   (  2  )  ;   Women's  Glee  Club  (1, 

2,   3) 


Paula  Jean  Miller McLcunsboro 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Zeta   Phi  Eta,   president    (4)  :   Illini  Union 
Committee  (3,  4) 
MacMurray  College 


Orville  Wilbur  Millspaugh . . , 
Commerce 
Labor  Economics 


.  Urbana 


George  Sigmund  Millstein 

New  York,  N.  Y. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.4  rchitecture 
A. I. A. 

Cooper  Union  ;   Columbia  University 


Charles   Rvsh   Milton. . . 
Commerce 
Management 
Phi  Delta  Theta 
Dennison 


.  Chicago 


Ronald  Stuart  Miller Chicago 

Law 

Nu  Beta  Epsilon  :   Accountancy  Club;   Jun- 
ior liar  Association 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Shirley  Lee  Miller Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence  Hall 
Kappa  Delta  Pi:  Alpha  Lambda  Delta; 
Hillel  Foundation  (3.  4);  Navy  Pier 
Alumni  Association:  Tall  Illini  Club; 
United  World  Federalists 
Honors  Day  (  1,  2.  :-!,  4)  ;  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Stt  urr  Donald  Miller Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Clark  House 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;  Roosevelt  University 


Martha-Jean  Bemberg  Milton.  .Chicago 
Education 
Elementary  Education 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Thomas  Hawley  Miner Chicago 

Law 
La  w 
Phi  Gamma  Delta 
Phi  Delta  Phi;  Junior  Bar  Association 
West  Point;  Knox  College 


Marilyn  June  Minks Fisher 

Agriculture 
Home  Economic*  Education 
Price  Club 
Phi  Upsilon  Omicron :  Y.W.C.A.  Committee 
(3);   W.A.A.    (3,   4):    House  President   (3, 
4)  ;     Oratorio     Society     (3.     4)  ;     Disciples 
Foundation    Student    Council     (1);    All-Ag 
Field  Day  Committee   (2):   Home  Econom- 
ics Club 


488 


Teri.z  Diane  Miller Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Laurel  House 
The    Daily    lllmi    (1):    Illini   Theatre   Guild 
Cast  (2.  :i.  4)  :  Illini  Forensic.  Association 


William  Clyde  .Miller Erie 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Science 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Alpha   Zeta:    Y.M.C.A.    Board   of   Directors 
(4);  Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet  (2)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (1,  2,  3,  4):  Interfraternity  Council 
(1,    2.    3):    House    President    (2):    Wesley 
Foundation    Student    Council    (1):    Agricul- 
tural   Council     (3.    4):    All-Ag    Field    Day 
Committee     (2):     Military    Ball    Committee 
(3);   Plowbov  Prom  Committee   (1,  2):   Ca- 
det Lieutenant.  Air  Force  ROTC;  Air  Force 
Council;    Armed    Forces    Council;    Agricul- 
tural   Economics    Club ;     Agriculture    Club, 
president   ( :!,   4)  ;    Hoof  and  Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 

Sabra  Mills Mount  Morris 

Journalism 
Publication  Management 
Alpha  Phi 
Torch;   Shi-Ai :   The  Daily  Illini    (1,   2,   3); 
Star   Course   Manager    (1,    2);    W.A.A.    (1, 
2,    3);    Oratorio    Society    (1);    Home    Eco- 
nomics   Club;    Illini    Forensic    Association; 
Young  Democrats  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


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Faith    Mitrovich Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics  Education 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

University  Choir    (4)  :   Women's  Glee  Club 

(4);    Home    Economics    Club;    Navy    Pier 

Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  Mlade,  Jr Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Barton  House 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety 


Frederick   Foster  Morley DeKalh 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Star  and  Scroll ;   Tan   Beta  Pi ;   Gamma  Al- 
pha Rho;  Mask  and  Bauble;   Illini  Theatre 
Guild,  associate  manager  (3)  :  Captain,  Air 
Force  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3) 


Patricia  Marie   Modlin Terseyville 

Liberal  Arts  anil  Sciences 
Spanish 
Concordia 
Major     Chairman,      Jazz-U-Ldke-It     Union 
Committee  (3):  Illini  Union  Committee  (1, 
2.    3);    Star   Course    Manager    (2);    WILL 
(1):  French  Club:   Spanish  Club 


Janet  Elsie  Moldenhaue^ 

Milwaukee,  Wis. 
Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 

Busey  Hall 
Campus  Chest  (  1.  2,  :'. )  ;  W.A.A.   (2,  3,  4)  ; 
Physical  Education   Majors  Club 


Arthur  Edward  Molin Byron 

Engineering 
Sanitary  Engineering 
Psi  Upsilon 
A.S.C.E.;  Mu-San:  Young  Republicans  Club 
Korthern  Illinois  State  Teachers'  College 


Virgil  Lindel  Molinarolo Eldorado 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Son's  Home 
Southern  Illmcis  Universit. 


Emma  Lee  Mollet Greenville 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 

Busey  Hall 

Southern    Illinois   University ;    Greenville 
College 


Laura  Mae  Mollet Greenville 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics  Education 

Gammp.  Phi  Beta 

Mortar    Board :    Torch ;    Phi    Upsilon    Omi- 

cron;    The    Illio     (2,    3).    Junior    Business 

Manager  (3) 

Southern  Illinois  University 


James  Douglas  Montgomery.  .  .  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Kappa  Alpha  Psi 

Y.M.C.A.      Cabinet       (i)  :       Intel-fraternity 

Council    (4)  :    Student    Senate    (4)  ;    Illini 

Forensic  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities  :    Debate  Team  ( 1 ) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 

Illinois 


Richard  Ray  Moody Gibson  City 

Commerce 
A  gric  ultu  ral  Ma  rketing 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
House   President    (4)  ;    Second   Regimental 
Band  (1,  2) 


Theodore  Rohert  Moody.  .Coatesville,  Pa. 
Education 
Biological  Sciences 
Varsity  Football  Squad  (2)  :  Freshman  Var- 
sity Football  Squad 


'■    Jl 


Viva  Leola  Moody Erie 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Illini   Rural   Observer    (3,    4);    Home   Eco- 
nomics Club;  Rural  Life  Club 


Amos  Sylvestier  Moore Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha  Phi  Alpha 
Illini  Forensic  Association 

Chicago   City   College;    Navy   Pier   Exten- 
sion of  the  University  :>f  Illinois 


David  Travis  Moore.  Jr Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music 

Parade  Ground  Units 

Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinf onia ;    Concert  Band   (1. 

2,   3);   University  Sinfonietta   (1,  2,   3,  4); 

University  Orchestra  (1,  2,  3.  4) 


Joseph  Meagher  Moran Chicago 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Moore  Hall 
Second  Lieutenant.   Army  ROTC :    National 
Defense  Transportation   Association 


Victor  Lawrence  Moravek 

Evergreen  Park 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
"O"  House 
Alpha  Phi  Omega;   First  Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC;   Alpha  Rho  Tan  ;   A.S.C.E. 


Irving  Clifford  Morgan Springfield 

Division  of  Special  Services 
English 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2) 

Springfield  Junior  College:  Indiana  State 
Teachers  College;  Stevens  Institute  of  Tech- 
nology 


William   Patrick  Moroney Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Sigma  Chi 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 

Colorado  Agricultural  and  Mining  College 


Charles  Edward  Morreal Rockford 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Club  Chalmers 
Phi  Eta  Sigma 
Honors  Day  (1 ) 


Michael  Morris Evanston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Cite m ica I  Eng in cering 
Flagg  House 
A.I.Ch.E. 


489 


Francis  Arthi  u  Morse Astoria 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


Bernard  Leonard  Moshel Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Wright  Junior  College 


Joanne  Elizabeth  Moyer Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English. 

Tbeta  Phi  Alpha 
The  Daily  Mini   (3,  4)  ;   University  Chorus 
(4);   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association;   Span- 
ish Club;  Young  Republicans  Club 

Navy  Fier  Activities       University   Choir 
(2) 

Mundelein  College:   Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Robert  Francis  Moynihan Chit-ago 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Agriculture  Club:    Dairy   Production   Club; 
Field  and  Furrow  ;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


Franklin  Charles  Mrazek Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Concert    Band    (  1  )  :    Dairy   Technology   So- 
ciety; Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 


Illinois 


James  Howard  Mueller Springfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
The  Illio   (2,   3),  Junior  Business  Manager 
(3);    Major   Chairman    News  and   Advertis- 
ing    Illini     Union     Committee     (3) ;     Major 
Chairman  Publicity   Illini  Union  Committee 
(2);     Illini    Union    Council    (2,    3);    Illini 
Union  Committee   (2,   3);   Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet 
(4)  ;  A.S.M.E. 


John  Philip  Mueller Peru 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman  Hall 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Manage- 
ment;    Student    Junior    Chamber    of     Com- 
merce 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 


Pearl  Louise  Mueller Waterloo 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
McKinley  Hall 
Women's   Glee   Club    (3);    Oratorio   Society 
(2) 


Philip  Meriweathkr  Mueller.  .  .Decatur 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Colonial  Manor 
Pi  Tau   Sigma;    Engineering  Council    (3); 
Major.  Army  ROTC  ;  A.F.S. 
Honors  Day  (  3  ) 


490 


John  LudwIG  Muerle Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Granada  Club 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;    Tau    Beta    Pi;    Phi    Eta 
Sisma  ;    Pi    Mu    Epsilon;    House    President 
(3);   Men's  Glee  Club   (1,   2,   3,  4);   Major, 
Air  Force  ROTC;  Phalanx;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
German   Club 

Honors  Day   (2,   3);    University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Thomas  Gill  Muir Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical.  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Delta 
Interfraternity  Council  (4):  I.A.S. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Margaret  Mary  Mulligan Hinsdale 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Evans  Hall 

Student    Religious    Council     (3);    Newman 
Foundation  (2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (2) 
Rosary  College 


Donnie  June  Munro Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Delta  Gamma 
V.YV.C.A.  Committee  (3) 
De  Pauw  University 


William   Hamilton  Munro Harvey 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Sigma  Tau;   House  President    (4)  ;   A.I.Ch. 
E. ;  German  Club 

Thorton  Township  Junior  College 


Jane  Ann  Munsterman Jerseyville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Kappa  Kappa   Gamma 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (3,  4)  ;  Newman  Foun- 
dation Student  Council   (3,  4) 

St.    Mary's    of    Notre    Dame:     Maryville 
College 


Barbara  Mae  Murphy Carthage 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
4-H  House 
Alpha  Chron;    Phi   Upsilon   Omicron;   Illini 
Union  Committee  (  1  )  :  Illini  Union  Council 
(2):    Home    Economics    Council    (1,    2,    4), 
president   (4)  ;   Home  Economics  Club 


Norma  Jayne  Murvin Clay  City 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Phi  Mu 
Mn  Phi  Epsilon  ;    Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast 
(2,  3.  4);   Oratorio  Society  (2) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 
Millikin  University 


Lucille  Margaret  Muzzarelli.  .  .DePue 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education. 
Evans  Hall 
Shorter  Board;  Alpha  Chron;  Illini  Union 
Committee  (1,  2)  ;  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Man- 
ager (2.  3)  ;  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew  (1)  : 
W.A.A.  Board  (3)  :  Major  I;  W.A.A.  Num- 
erals: W.A.A.,  president  (4);  Student  Sen- 
ate (4);  Newman  Foundation  Student  Coun- 
cil  (  1.  2)  ;   Physical  Education  Majors  Club 


Martin  Leonard  McAdams Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Newman   Hal] 
Marketing-   Clnb;    Tall    Illini   Club 

Loyola  University;   Navy   Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Charles  Joseph  McAllister.  .  .  .Chicago 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
A.I  A. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Elton  McAllister.  .  .Waterman 

Agriculture 

General  Agriculture 

Alpha  Gamma  Kho 
Military  Ball  Committee  (3)  ;  Plowboy  Prom 
Committee   (2.   3)  ;   First  Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC:     Phi    Chi    Eta;    Agriculture    Club; 
Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


Joanna  McBride Newman 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 

Vanlig 
Alpha    Lambda.   Delta;    Sigma   Alpha    Iota; 
House    President     ( :i )  ;     University    Chorus 
(1);     Women's    Glee    Club     (3);     Oratorio 
Society  (2.  3,  4) 
University  of  Illinois  Scholarship  Key 


Richard  Loing  McCarthy. Anderson,  Ind. 
Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 
Phi  Gamma  Delta 
Skull  and  Crescent:    House  President   (4); 
Basketball   Manager    (1.    2);    Second   Lieu- 
tenant, Army  ROTC;    Infantry  Club;   Phal- 
anx;  Society  for  the  Advancement,  of  Man- 
agement 


William  Frederick  McCartv.  .  .  .Tuscola 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Principia  College 


Mary  Eileen  McClellan.  .Higfdand  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Psychology 

Delta  Zeta 

Illini    Union    Committee    (3,    4)  ;    Newman 

Foundation    Student    Council    (3)  ;    Senior 

Ball  Committee  (3) 

University  of  Michigan 


Mary  Joan  McCloud Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Franklin  College  ;  Rockford  College 


H 


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James  Charles  McConnell Joliet 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  History 
Alpha  Phi  Omega 

Joliet  Junior  College 


Tiieo  Dick  McConnell Henning 

Commerce 

Person  ml  Management 
Marketing   Club;    Society   for  the   Advance- 
ment of  Management  :  Student  Junior  Cham- 
ber of  Commerce 


Donald  Eugene  McCormick Dundas 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Science 
Alpha  Zeta;  Agriculture  Club 


James  Stuckey  McCormack  .  .  .  Galesburg 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Skull  and  Crescent;   Sigma  Tau;   Mask  and 
Bauble,  president  (4);  Pierrots;  Illini  The- 
atre Guild  Manager  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Air  Force  ROTC;  A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day  (3) 


James  Russell  McCosh Cicero 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Minowa  Lodge 
Illini  Christian  Fellowship 
Morton  Junior  College 


Audrey  Kathleen  McCubbin 

Mount  Pulaski 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  T ruining  in  English 
Leeman  Lodge 
Mortar  Board;  Torch;   Alpha  Chron ;  Alpha 
Lambda    Delta;    Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1); 
W.G.S.   Executive  Council    (2,   3,   4),  presi- 
dent   (4);    Student   Senate    (4);    Committee 
on  Student  Affairs  (  4  ) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2.  3).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Duane  Davie  McCcroy North  Aurora 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Sigma   Tau;    Eta   Kappa    N'u;    Illini   Union 
Committee  (2,  3)  ;  Second  Lieutenant,  Army 
ROTC;     Scabbard     and     Blade;     A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Aurora  College 


Mavis  Jerry  McDaniel Peotone 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Chemical  Engineering 

Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia  :   Football  Marching 

Band  (1,  2,  4);  First  Regimental  Band  (3, 

4)  ;  A.C.S.:  A.I.Ch.E. 

Murray  State  College 


Anne  McElroy Decatur 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Illini    Union    Committee    (2,    3);    Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (2,  3)  ;  Campus  Chest  (2) 
Indiana  University 


David  Lee  Me  Fall La  Grange  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Phi  Kappa  Psi 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Cast.    (2)  ;    Freshman 
Varsity   Swimming   Squad;    Freshman  Var- 
sity  Wrestling   Squad:    Dolphins    (1,    2,    3, 
4)';  Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC;  Alpha 
Rho  Tau 


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John  Henry  McG  uighey.  .  .Lawrenceville 

Commerce 

Economics 

Sigma  Chi 

Captain,  Army  ROTC;  Tau  Nu  Tau ;   Mini 

Insurance  Society 

Georgia  Institute  of  Technology 


NANCY  May  McGill Riverside 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Alpha  Gamma  Delta 

Shorter  Board;  Torch;  Shi-Ai;  Theta  Sigma 

Phi;  The  Daily  Mini  (1,  2.  3,  4)  ;  Freshman 

Week  Committee  (3) 


Frank  Byron  MuGilvrey Danville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Danville  Community  College 


Donald  William  McGrue Elgin 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
The  Daily  Mini  ( 1 )  :  Mini  Union  Committee 
(1,  2);   V.M.C.A.   Board  of  Directors   (3): 
V.M.C.A.  Cabinet   (2):  V.M.C.A.  Committee 
(1,    2);    Captain.    Air    Force    ROTC 


Elbert  Clyne  McIntire Anna 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Education 
Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Military  Ball  Committee  (3)  ;  First,  Lieuten- 
ant, Army  ROTC:  Ordnance  Club  ;  Pershing 
Rifles;   Agricultural   Education  Club;  Agri- 
culture Club;  Rural  Life  Club 
Southern   Illinois  University 


June  ROSE  McLuckie Coal  City 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
McKinley  Hall 
YV.A.A.   (2,  3)  ;   Physical  Education  Majors 
Club;  Spanish  Club;  Tall  Mini  Club 


Robert  Pknrou  McMillen Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
Galesburg  Alumni  Association 

Galesburg  Activities:     Varsity  Basketball 
Squad,  Letter  ( 1 ) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Marilyn  June  McNair Joliet 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Ross  Laxdon  McNaught Waverly 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Phalanx;  Phi  Chi  Eta 


Joel  Miller  McKilty Peoria 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Tribe    of    Mini    (2,    :!.    4):    Varsity    Track 
Squad    (2,    3,   4);    Track   Letter    (2,  *3,   4); 
Freshman     Varsity    Track    Squad ;     Second 
Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (3,  4) 


William  Homer  McKain Oentralia 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Tau  Kappa  Epsilon 
Cy<  lotlicm  Club 

Illinois  Wesleyan   University 


Douglas  Dale  McK)  xsthv Elgin 

Ed  ucal  ion 
Industrial  Education 
Industrial  Education  Society 

Honors   Day    (2) 


Robert  Doy*-  McKnelly Shelhyville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Phi  Gamma  Delia 
Skull  and  Crescent:  Campus  Chest.  (2)  ;  In- 
terfraternity   Council    (].    2);    Captain,   Air 
Force  ROTC;  Junior  Bar  Association 
Honors  Day   ( 3 ) 


Patrick  Francis  McLaughlin. 

Commerce 
Economics 

Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 

University  of  Toledo 


Alton 


492 


Cirilo  Alejandhh  McSween 

Panama,  Re  publico  tic  Panama 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Cosmopolitan 
Ma-Wan-Da:   Sachem;   Tribe  of  Mini;   Var- 
sitv   Track   Squad    (2.    3.    4).    Letter    (2,    3, 
4);  Freshman  Varsity  Track  Squad;  Ibero- 
American  Association 


Diana  Louise  Nainis Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 

Zeta  Tau  Alpha 


Otis  Sachio  Nak  uuura  .  Honolulu,  Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Eta  Kappa  Nu;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
University  of  Hawaii 


James  Masanoiu  Xakawatase.  .  .  .Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Lee  Neill Champaign 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Tomahawk,  president  (4)  :  Phi  Eta  Sigma; 
Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia  ;   Concert  Band   (1, 
2,   3,  4)  ;   Football  Marching  Band   (1,  2,  3, 
4);  University  Sinfonietta   (1,  2,  3);  Uni- 
versity Orchestra  (1,  2,  3)  ;  Men's  Glee  Club 
(4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


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Donald  Lester  Neumann.  .  .Edwardsville 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

Illi  Knights 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3):  House  Presi- 
dent (4)  ;  Seabury  Foundation  Student 
Council  (2,  3)  :  Major.  Army  ROTC ;  Persh- 
ing Rifles  4  S  0  i!  Illi  Knights  president 
(4) 

Shurtleff  College 


Gordon  Leonard  Nelson Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Wilson  Junior  College;  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Douglas  Donovan'  Net/maun.  .Champaign 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Janice  Adele  Nelson Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Carol  Anne  Neureuther.  .Spring  Valley 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics 

Evans  Hall 

Sigma  Alpha  Iota  ;  Home  Economics  Club 

Beloit  College;  Northwestern  University 


Marly s  Edith  Nelson Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
International  Affairs 
Busey  Hall 
Honors  Day  (2) 

Central  College :   Navy  Pier  Extension  of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


Robert  Pierce  Newlin Casey 

Agriculture 
Soil  Conservation, 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Alpha  Phi   Omega:    Captain,  Air  Force  RO 
TC ;  Arnold  Air  Society 


Natalie  Jane  Nelson Evanstou 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Senior  Ball  Committee  (4) 

MacMurray  College;  Lake  Forest  College 


Robert  Ritter  Nelson Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta  Chi 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3)  ;  Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (2)  ;  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 

Wright  Junior  College;  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Jerry  Mitchell  Nemec Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Phi  Epsilon  Kappa  :  Varsity  Football  Squad 
(2)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Football  Squad 
Honors  Day   (2) 

Wright   Junior   College;    Michigan    State 
College 


Peng-Khoon  Ng Singapore,  Malaya 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Chi  Epsilon 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Ping  Kin  Ng.  .Hong  Kong,  British  Colony 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
("lark  House 
A.I.A. ;  A.S.C.E.:   Chinese  Students  Club 

Hong  Kong  University;   Bradley  Univer- 
sity 


Barbara  Elizabeth  Nicely.  .Pica-  Forest 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Tin  i  n  i  mi  in  Speech 
Alpha  Omicron  Pi 
Shorter  Board;    Shi-Ai;    Zeta  Phi  Eta;   As- 
sistant Editor,  The    lllio    (3);    The   Ulio    ('-', 
3);    Illini   Union   Committee    (1,   '- >  ;   Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Cast    (2,  3);   Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee   (1,    2);    University   Choir    (1,    2,    3, 
4);    Oratorio    Society    (2)  J    Terrapin    (1); 
Freshman    Week    Committee    (4);    French 
Club 


George  Edward  Nero Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Fireside 
University  Chorus  (3,  4) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:      Dance  Band    (1, 
2) 
Honors  Day  (1,2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Emory  Nktzel Kankakee 

Law 
Law 
Tan  Kappa  Epsilon 
Phi  Alpha   Delta:    National   Defense  Trans- 
portation Association  ;    Junior  Bar  Associa- 
tion 

Illinois  Wesleyan  University 


Lorenzo  Dow  Nichol Glen  Ellyn 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  The  lllio   (1,  2,   3),  Assis- 
tant  Editor    (3):    Football   Marching   Band 
(1)  ;  Second  Regimental  Band  (1,  2)  ;  A.S. 
C.E. 


Erwin   Maynard  Niebur Brookficld 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


493 


FRANK    Sll  UK  II  nil      NlSHIME 

Honolulu.    Ililtlltii 

Liberal  Arls  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
University  of  Hawaii 


Elaine  Emi  Nishimura Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Evans  Hall 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  Hie  University  of 
Illinois 


Wayne  Robert  Nixon Ohicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tan:  Sigma  iota  Epsiion;  A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Eileen  Eleanor  NorcroSS Biishnett 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Stephens  College 


James  Eugene  Norman Marion 

Liberal  Arls  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee   ( 3,  4)  ;  Campus  Chest 
(2,  3)  ;  University  Choir  (3)  ;  Major,  Armv 
ROTC;  Infantry  Club:  Illini  Forensic  Asso- 
ciation 

Southern  Illinois  University 


Osuar  Allen  Novick Aurora 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  LTniversity  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Edwin   Now Brookfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E.:   Synton 
Morton  Junior  College 


EUGENE  Oeorge  Nykaza.  .Chicago  Heights 
( lommerce 
Marketing 

Newman  Hall 
Marketing  Club;  Polish  Club 


William  Thomas  Nyland Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Sociology 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Tho  Daily  Illini  (1.  2.  3).  Sports  Copy  Edi- 
tor (3)  ;  Ensign,  NROTC 


Luke  John  Oberwise Harvard 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 

Pi  Kappa  Phi 

Star  and   Scroll;    Star  and   Scroll   Advisor 

(4):    Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2);    House 

President   (4) 


Mary  Louise   Northcliffe.  .  .Barrington 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Delta  Zeta 


John   Edwin    Norton Champaign 

Commerce 

I. a  u- 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsiion 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi :    Colonel,  Air  Force  RO 
TC ;  Armed  Forces  Council;  Arnold  Air  So- 
ciety;  Scabbard  and   Blade;  Junior  Bar  As- 
sociation; Rifle  and   Pistol  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


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Robert  Ralph  Novak Berivyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Granada  Club 
Morton  Junior  College 


William  Joseph  Novak,  Jr Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Mi-Knights 

Alpha  Delta  Sigma,  president  (4);  Y.M.C. 
A.  Cabinet  (3,  4)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (3)  ; 
Varsity  Fencing  Squad  (3.  4)  ;  Mi-Knights; 
Illini  Sportsman's  Club;  Navy  Pier  Alumni 
Association ;  Scimita  r 

Northwestern  University;  Chicago  Acad- 
emy of  Fine  Arts:  Navy  Pier  Extension  of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


Racuael   O'Byrne Champaign 

Agriculture 

Home  Economics 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Mini     Union     Committee     (1);     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee     (1);     Campus    Chest     (2,    3); 
Campus    Chest    Allocations    and    Advisory 
Board  (2,  3) 


Hugh  Mellen  O'Connell,  Jr. 

Los  Angeles,  Calif. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
A.I.A. ;  A.S.C.E. 
Purdue  University 


Helen  Maribeth  O'Donnell Paxton 

Agriculture 
Home  Economies 
Evans  Hall 
W.A.A.    (2,    3,    4);    University   Chorus    (1, 
2);    Women's   (ilee    Club    (1);    Home   Eco- 
nomics Club 


Robert  James  O'Donnell Chicago 

Commerce 
Ma  nagement 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Loyola  University:  University  of  DePaul; 
Navy  Pier  Extension   of  the   University  of 
Illinois 


Berxakh  Joseph  Offerman Joliet 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman  Hall 

Marketing   Club;    Society   for  the  Advance- 
ment of  Management 
Loras  College 


Jack  Lehoy  Orman East  Alton 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 
College  Hall 
Society  of  Illustrators;   Second   Lieutenant, 
Annv'ROTC 

Shurtleff  College 


Max  Hershel  Offerman Galesburg 

Commerce 
Economics 

Delta  Sigma  Pi 
The  Daily  Illini  ( 1 )  ;  House  President  (2)  ; 
Freshman     Varsity     Golf     Squad;      Second 
Lieutenant,    Air   Force   ROTC ;    Arnold   Air 
Society;  Illini  Insurance  Society 

Robert  Pail  Olaxder Oak  Park 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Phi   Eta   Sigma,   president    (3)  ;   Alpha  Phi 
Omega;    Illini   Union   Director,   Department 
of    Dances    (4)  ;    Illini    Union    Board    (4)  ; 
Major   Chairman,    Red    Cross   Illini    Union 
Committee    (3);    Illini   Union  Council    (3); 
Illini  Union  Committee  <2,  3)  ;  Star  Course 
Manager    (2)  ;    Interfraternity'    Council    (2, 
3)  J   University  Chorus   (2);   Campus  Chest 
Allocations    and    Advisory    Board     (3,    4)  ; 
Senior  Ball   Committee    (3);    Major,   Army 
ROTC;    Phalanx;    Society   for  the  Advance- 
ment of  Management 

Honors  Day   (2,   3),    University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


NANCY  Stough  Oliver Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 


Robert   Brown   Olmsted Peru 

Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 
Newman  Hall 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3,  4)  ;  Oratorio  So- 
ciety   (3,   4)  ;   Society  for  the  Advancement 
of  Management 
St.  Bede  College 


Ruth  Olson Chicago 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Cagle  Hall 
Women's  Glee  Club  (  3  ) 

Morgan    Park   Junior   College ;    Thornton 
Junior  College 


HI 


Alva  no  Ortega 

Bogota,  Columbia,  Sottllt  America 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ;      Ibero-American      Associa- 
tion 
University  of  the  Andes  of  Bogota 


Donald  Val  Osborne Haywood 

Veterinary  Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Illini  Rural  Observer  (2); 
Seabury  Foundation  Student  Council  (2,  3, 
4);  Agricultural  Education  Club;  Agricul- 
ture Club;  Student  Veterinary  Medical  As- 
sociation 
Honors  Day  ( 1,  2,  3) 


Jerry    Oscherwitz Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 
University  of  Miami 


Thomas  Michael  O'Shavghnbssy 

Bell  wood 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;  Sigma  Iota  Epsilon;  Ma- 
jor, Air  Force  ROTC ;  Arnold  Air  Society ; 
Accountancy   Club;    Student   Junior   Cham- 
ber of  Commerce 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Balboa  Junior  College;  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Russell  Joseph  Osmon Chicago 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Interfraternity  Council    (2.   4);   First  Lieu- 
tenant. Army  ROTC;  Agriculture  Club 
St.  Olaf  College 


Stuart  Wall  Olson Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Recreation 
Varsity  Swimming  Squad  (3,  4)  ;  Co-Recre- 
ation  Manager    (4);    Dolphins    (3,   4);   Lu- 
theran Student  Foundation  Student  Council 
(2) 

Wright  Junior  College 


Rose  Marie  O'Neill Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Speech 
Chi  Omega 
Mortar  Board,  president  (4)  :  Zeta  Phi  Eta; 
Illini   Theatre   Guild    Cast    (I,    2);    Panhel- 
lenic  Executive  Council   (2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (3) 
Barry  College 


Bayard  Mahlon  Ordlock Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architect  lire 
Parade  Ground  Units 
A.I. A. 

Wilber  Wright  Junior  College;  Navy  Pier 
Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


m 


Robert  Arthur  Oster Centralia 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Sigma 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Centralia  Junior  College 


Virginia  Lois  Ostermeier.  .  .  .Springfield 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Star  Course  Manager   (2);  Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee (3) 

Blackburn  College 


Roy  Lewis  Ostrom WiUiamsfield 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Agriculture  Club;   Field  and  Furrow;  Hoof 
and  Horn  Club;   Galesburg  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 
Honors  Day  ( 1.  3) 

Bradley  University;  Galesburg  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


495 


Fred  OTTINGER,  Je Elgin 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Alpha  ' 'I'i  Rho 
Slav  and   Scroll;    Phi   Mu   Alpha-Sinf onia ; 
Illini  Theatre   Guild   Casl    (2);    University 
Choir   (2);    Men's  Glee  Club    (4);    Second 
Lieutenant,  Army  R<  >T< ' 
Lawrence  College 


Jam  i;s  Russell  Owen,  Jr Springfield 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Landscape  din-ration 
Landscape  Architecture  Society 
Springfield  Junior  College 


.Robert  Lean  Owen Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 


Keith  Allan  Pace Tolono 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Speech 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Cast    (4);    McKinley 
Foundation  Student  Council  (3)  ;  Illini  For- 
ensic Association:   Spanish  Club 


Robert  Kessler  Painter.  .  .  .Gibson  City 
Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Kytno  Kasino 
Ma-Wan-Da,  president  (4):  Sachem;  Tom- 
ahawk; lieta  Gamma  Sigma;  Phi  Eta  Sig- 
ma; Mask  and  Bauble,  president  (3);  Na- 
tional Collegiate  Players;  Pierrots;  Illini 
Theatre  Guild,  General  Manager  (4);  Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Manager  (  1,  2,  3,  4);  Illini 
Theatre  Guild  Cast  (1,  2);  M.I. A.  Execu- 
tive Council  ('_'):  House  President  (2); 
Student  Senate  (4):  Coordination  Commit- 
tee (4)  ;  Commerce  Council  (4)  ;  Illini  The- 
atre Guild  Hoard,  chairman  (4);  Second 
Lieutenant,   Army  EOTC 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


John  Bowen  Palexske. 


.  Woodstock 


496 


Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-  Veterinary  Medicine 

Delta  Tau  Delta 

Washington  and  Lee  University 


Charles  Lee  Palmer Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Political  Science 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Phi    Eta    Sigma,    president    (2);    Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet    (3);    Interfraternity   Council    (2); 
Major,    Army   ROTC;    Junior   Bar   Associa- 
tion 

Honors  Day   (1,   2),   University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Elizabeth  Compton  Palmer Vrbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Alpha  Phi 
W.A.A. :  House  President  (4) 
Honors  Day  (I,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Gordon  Alan  Palmer Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Minawa  Lodge 
Phi   Mu    Alpha-Sinfonia ;    House   President 
(4);     Concert    Band     (2.    3,    4);    Football 
Marching   Band    (1,    2,    3,    4);    First   Regi- 
mental Band  (II;  Second  Regimental  Band 
(2);  University  Orchestra  (2,  3,  4);  Men's 
Glee  Club    (3):    Illini  Christian   Fellowship 
(1,  2,  3,  4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 


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James  Frederick    Palmer Media 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Veterinary  Medicine 
Student  Veterinary  Medical  Association 
Monmouth  College;   Kansas  State  College 


James  Ernest  Pane  rat/. Oak  Park 

Commerce 
Management 

Koinonia 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Cast     (4);    Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet     (3);     Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (3) 
House  President    ( :s )  :    Illini   Writers    (4) 
Baptist  Foundation  Student  Council   (2,  3) 
President  (3);  Marketing  Club;  Society  for 
the  Advancement  of  Management;   Tall  Il- 
lini Club;   Young  Republicans  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Anthonv  Parisoli Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.M.E.;   Flying   Club;    Illini   Sportsman's 
Club;  S.A.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;  Wright  Junior  College 


Janet  Holmes   Parker Moline 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Chi  Omega 
The  Illio   (1):   Illini  Theatre  Guild  Mana- 
ger (1) 


Sherwood  Ira  Parker Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Physics 
Clark  House 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Sachem:      Tomahawk;      Phi 
Kappa  Phi;    Phi   Eta   Sigma;   Illini  Union 
Board    (4)  ;    Major   Chairman,    Spring  Car- 
nival   (3)  ;    Major   Chairman,    Stunt   Show 
(3)  ;  Illini  Union  Council  (3)  ;  Illini  Union 
Committee      (1,      2);      Freshman     Council; 
Freshman  Week  Committee  (1,  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Helen  Claire  Parkes La  Grange 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Pi  Beta  Phi 

Kappa   Delta   Pi:    Illini    Union    Committee 

(3);   Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (3,   4);    Senior 

Ball  Committee  (3) 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Ruth  Carol  Parkes La  Grange 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3)  ;  Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee    (3,    4);    W.A.A.     (3);    Panhellenic 
Ball  Committee   (3) 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Robert   Lee   Parr Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Illini  Sportsman's  Club 


Pail  Levi  Parsons Amboy 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Parade  Ground  Units 
House    President     (2.     3,    4)  ;     Agriculture 
Club;  A.S.A.E.;  Field  and  Furrow 


Jane  Richmond  Parthemer.  .  .Oak  Park 
Libera]  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Delta  Gamma 
Shi-Ai :   Sigma   Delia    I'i:   Illini  Union  Com- 
initteo    (1,   2);    Star  Course  Manager   (2); 
7.W.C.A.  Committee  (  1  ) 
Honors  Day  (3) 


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Bruce  Clifford  Peexe Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Dornoch 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma;  Alpha  Phi  Omega; 
M.I. A.  Exeeutiv<  Council  (4);  University 
Chorus  (3);  Illini  Sportsman's  Club;  Mar- 
keting Club;  Societj  for  the  Advancement  of 
Management;  Student  Junior  Chamber  of 
Commerce:    Young   Republicans  Club 

Wright  Junior  I  'ollege 


Marlin   LeVon    Patterson.  .  .Champaign 

Commerce 

Ilislllllliri- 

Tan  Kappa  Epsilon 

The  Daily  Illini  (•_'.  :; )  :  Swimming  Mana- 
ger (2,  3)  ;  Men's  Glee  Club  (1,  2)  :  Second 
Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC ;  Alpha  Rho  Tan; 
Illini  Insurance  Societj  .  Student  Junior 
Chamber  of  Commerce 


Harlan  Wesley   Peithman,  Jr. ..Normal 

Engineering 
Merlin  a  ir'ii  Engineering 
Wesmen 
Pi  Tan  Sigma;   Campus  Chest   (3);   House 
President   (4)  ;  A.S.M.E. 

Illinois  State   Norma]   University 


\V  m.kkr  Lee  Patton Northfield,  Ohio 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Sigma  Pi 
Pershing  Rifles:   A. I. A.;    Fine  and  Applied 
Arts  Society 


Donald  Lavern  Pepper Kampsville 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Beta    Alpha    Psi ;     Agricultural    Education 
Club;   Hoof  and  Horn  Club 


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Donald  Lee  Paul Collinsville 

Fine  ami  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 

Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfiniia  :  Concert  Hand  (], 
2,  3,  4);  Football  Marching  Band  (1,  2,  3, 
4);   University  Choir   (4) 


Richard  Ralph  Paul Lombard 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Landscape  A  rchitecture 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Illini    Union    Committee    (1)  ;    Star   Course 
Manager    (2);    Forsite    (4);    Military    Ball 
Committee    (3,    4):    Senior   Ball    Committee 
(3)  ;  Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC;  Tan 
Xu  Tan :   Landscape  Architecture  Society 


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Dorothy  Jean  Perdue Glenview 

( lommerce 
Accountancy 
McKinley  Hall 
Alpha    Chron;    Phi    Chi    Theta;    The    Daily 
Illini    (1,    2);    Commerce    Council    (3,    4): 
Accountancy  <  !lub 
Honors  Day  ( 1) 


Donald   Perille    Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi  Kappa 

Pershing  Rifles;   Marketing  Club 


Arthur  Curtis  Paullin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark  Hotise 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma:    Phi   Eta  Sigma;    Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta; 
Accountancy  Club:    Praetorians 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Yvonne  Nanette   Perkins Yorkville 

Agriculture 
Some  Economics 
Alpha  Phi 
Campus   Chest    (2);    Plowboy    Prom   Com- 
mittee  (2)  ;   Home  Economics  Club 


Gt/nneb  Wern  Paulsen Niles 

Division   of   Special    Services 
Management 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
The  Daily  Illini  (2,  3)  ;  Campus  Chest  (3); 
Marketing  Club   (2) 

Wright   Junior  College 


Lawrence  Frank   Paulsen Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Newman   Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Concetta  Pecora Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 

Lincoln   Avenue  Residence 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association;  IUSA  News 
and  Advertising  (4) 

Naw   Pier  Activities:   The  Brave   (2) 
Honors  Day   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illlinois 


Edwin   Francis    Perlman Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Flagg  House 
LAS. :    Navy   Pier   Alumni   Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Engineering  Coun- 
cil  (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Betty'  Leah  Peklmutti-.k  .  .El  Paso.  Texas 
Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Texas  Western  College 


Ralph  Richard  Perry',   Ir Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;    Chi   Epsilon:   A.S.C.E. 
James  Milikin    University 


497 


Rich  \rp  Dale  Perry Bethalto 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma     Iota     Epsilon;      lllini     Sportsman's 
Club;    Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Man- 
agement 

Honors  Day   (3,  4) 
Missouri  School  of  Mines  and  Metallurgy 


Andre  Pierre  Petit Moline 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Phi  Kappa  Tau 
Star  and  Scroll:   lllini  Union  Committee  (2, 
8);    Football    Marching    Band    (2);    First 
Regimental  Band   (2.  :i )  :  Dairy  Technology 
Society 

Augustana   College 


William  Alan  Perry.  .  .  .Lewiston,  Maine 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

French 

Zeta  Beta  Tau 
Mask  and  Bauble;  Pierrots;  The  Illio(l)  ; 
lllini  Union  Committee  (2,  3);  LAS  Coun- 
cil (3.  4);  .Military  Ball  Committee  (3.  41; 
Senior  Ball  Committee  (4);  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Army  ROTC ;  National  Defense 
Transportation   Association  ;   French  Club 


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Daniel  Joseph    Petromilli Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   Social  Studies 
n  ml   Spanish 
Newman  Hall 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:   Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day   (1.   2,   3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


I         , 


.  Belleville 


Norman  Alan  Peskind.  .  . 
Commerce 
Bank  inn  and  Finance 

Zeta  Beta  Tau 
The  Daily  lllini  (1):  The  Illio  (1);  lllini 
Union  Committee  ( 1 )  :  House  President 
(4)  ;  Committee  on  Student  Discipline  (4)  ; 
Cadet  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Arnold 
Air  Society 

Washington  University 


Bryce  Redmon  Peterson Capron 

Liberal  Arts  and    Sciences 
English   Literature 
Captain,     Army     ROTC;     Pershing    Rifles; 
Scabbard  and   Blade 
Honors  Day   (1,  3) 


Jay  Philleo    Elmhurst 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 

Phi  Kappa  Sigma 
The  Daily  lllini  (3):  The  Illio  (3);  lllini 
Union  Committee  (3,  4):  Campus  Chest 
(2);  lllini  Writers  (3);  Freshman  Week 
Committee  (3)  ;  Philosophy  Discussion  Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Loyola  University 


William  Bartholomew  Philleo 

Elmhurst 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Phi  Kappa  Sigma 
The  Daily  lllini  (3)  ;  The  Illio  (2,  3)  ;  lllini 
Union    Committee    (2,    3);    Campus    Chest 
(3);    lllini   Writer.    (3);    Freshman   Week 
Committee    (3);   French  Club;   Teachers-in- 
Training  Club 

Loyola  University 


James  David  Peterson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Sigma   Phi   Epsilon 
Captain,     Army     ROTC:     Ordnance    Club; 
S.A.E. 
Honors  Day  (4) 


Ropney  BoSTWiex  Phillips.  .  .  .Centralia 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
( 'h i: in ica I  E n gin eering 
Alpha  Sigma  Phi 
Centralia  Junior  College 


James   Oliver  Peterson Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Noble  House 
Marketing  Club;    Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ 
ation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Peter  Allen  Peterson St.  Charles 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Farm  House 
Alpha     Zeta;      Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (1); 
House  President   (4):    Intramural  Manager 
(1,   2.   3);   All-Ag  Field    Day  Committee   (2, 
3);    IM    Rec    Board     (3);    Plow  boy    Prom 
Committee     (2);     Captain,     Army     ROTC; 
Agriculture  Club:    Field   and  Furrow;   Hoof 
and    Horn    Club 
Honors   Day    (  1  ) 


Robert    Bruce    Peterson Wayne 

Physical   Education 
Physical  Education 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Sachem;  Tribe  of  lllini;  Varsity  Basketball 
Squad    (2,    3,   4):    Letter    (2,   3.   4);   Fresh- 
man   Varsity   Basketball   Squad 


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Truonq  Dinb  Phi  .  .  .  .Tankian,  Quang  Tri 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
A.C.S. ;   Physics  Society 
University  of  Paris 


Rose  Marie  Piccivca Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Lincoln   Avenue    Residence 
Campus  Chest   (2):    .Navy  Pier  Alumni  As- 
sociation 

Navy  Pier  Activities:   Pier   lllini   (1) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Joseph    Pichon.  .  , 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma   Phi   Delta 
A.S.C.E. 


.  Danville 


498 


Russell  Stanford  Peterson Skokie 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Alpha  Delta  Phi 
Skull    and    Crescent;     Captain,    Air    Force 
ROTC 


A-.ftff 


Jean  Anne  Pierce Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha  Kappa  Alpha 
Campus  Chest    (2):    House   President    (4); 
Freshman     Week    Committee     (3):     Panhel- 
lenic    Ball    Committee    (3);    French    Club; 
Spanish  Club 


Marlkne  Dorothy  Pierce Oak  Park 

Education 
Elementary  Erf  unit  ion 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Illini    Union    Committee    (3,    4);    V.W.C.A. 
Committee  (3);  Campus  Chest  (3,  4) 
Monmouth   College 


James    Richard    Pieschel Dixon 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Major  Chairman  Red  Cross  College  Unit 
Illini  Union  Committee  (4);  Illini  Union 
Council  (4);  Illini  Union  Committee  (3); 
Campus  Chest  (4);  Campus  Chest  Alloca- 
tions and  Advisory  Board  (4)  ;  Accountancy 
Club 

University  of  Noire  Dame 


He  lex  Joyce  Platt Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Busey  Hall 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors    Day     ( :i )  ;     University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

University  of  Chicago;  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


George  Shearer  PLENDERLEiTH.SwsdoZe 
Journalism 
Radio 
Lux  Mundi 
Sigma  Delta  Chi:   WIWI   (4) 
Lyons  Junior  College 


Raymond   John    Pietras Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Prank  William    Pliml Brookfield 

( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Delta  Sigma   Pi 
Beta  Alpha  Psi;   Accounting  Club 
Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Harry  Russell  Pikaar 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Dornoch 
Dairy  Technology  Society 


.  Ch  icago 


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Leila  Jean  Pumb Lincoln 

Agriculture 
Howe  Economics 
Alpha  Omicron   Pi 
Illini     Union     Committee     (2);     V.W.C.A. 
Cabinet   (3);  Home  Economics  Club 


Delores  Yvonne   Pinx.ston Chicago 

Physical   Education 
Physical  Ed iication 

Evans  Hall 
Alpha    Sigma    Nu.    President    (4)  ;    W.A.A. 
Hoard    (4);    Major    I;     W.A.A.    Numerals; 
W.A.A.    (3,  4)  ;    Physical   Education   Majors 
Club 

Navy    Pier    Activities:     W.A.A.     (1,     2), 
President   (2) 
Honors   Day    (1) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Avgi'st   Joseph    Pocius Cicero 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Pre-Medecine 

Flagg   House 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association    (4) 

Navy   Pier   Activities:    Student   Congress 
(3)  ;   Pier  Illini   (  I  ) 
Honors  Day   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Carlos  Jaime  Pinzon 

Bogota,  Colombia,  South  America 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

National   University  of   llogota 


Thomas  Anthonv  P iaza Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineer  ing 
A.S.C.E. 

Wright  Junior  College,  Galesburg  Exten- 
sion   of   the    University   of   Illinois 


Grace   Marie   Piorkowski Cicero 

Agriculture 
Howe  Economics 
Busey  Hall 

Mundelein  College:    Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of   Illinois 


Antonio  Bruno   Pizzato Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Ohemica  I  E  n  gin  ee  ring 
Newman   Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Illinois    Institute   of   Technology 


Stanley    Joseph     Placzek Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Barton  House 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Myra  Poiivoll Brooklyn.  N.  T. 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;    Theta    Sigma    Phi; 
The   Daily   Illini    (1,   2):    Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (i.    2);    W.G.S.    Executive    Council 
(3):  Hillel  Foundation  Student  Council  (1. 
2) 
Honors  Day   (1.   3) 


Carole  Joan  Podzimek Chicago 

Agriculture 
Howe   Economics 
Leeman    Lodge 
Phi    Upsilon    Omicron:     Illini    Union    Com- 
mittee (3)  ;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day   ( 2  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Franklin  Albert  Poxorny Chicago 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
All-Ways-Home 

Pi  Alpha.   Xi,    president    (4):    House   Presi- 
dent (4);  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC  :  Flori- 
culture Club 
Honors  Day   ( 3 ) 


499 


Marilyn  Jewel  Polk Harrisbwrg 

Agriculture 

j[u, n<   Economics  Education 

Delta    Delta  Delta 

Phi  (Jpsilon  Omicron;  The  Illio  (1)  ;  Illini 

Union  Committee  (  1.  2)  ;  Star  Course  Man- 

ager    (-):   Home  Economics  Club 


Joan  Frances  Posateri Rock  Island 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  French 
Theta  Phi  Alpha 
Campus  Chest  (3)  ;  Young  Democrats  Club 
Honors  Day   (4) 
Augustana 


Martha  Jank  Prather Vrbana 

Agriculture 

Home  Economies 

Phi  Upsilon  Omicron  ;  Illini  Rural  Observer 

(2,  3,  4)  ;   Illini  Christian  Fellowship  (1,  2, 

3,    4)  ;    Home   Economics   Club 


Charles   Donald   Pressman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 

Tnterfraternity     Council      (2);      A.S.M.E.; 
S.A.E. 


Ruth  Ellen  Posner Gliicago 

Education 

Elemental  [/  Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Wright  Junior  College 


I 


Leonard   August   Postregna  ....  Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.;  I.T.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Clinton   Potter Midlothian 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pie-Law 
Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Mask  and  Bauble:   Pierrots,  president  (3); 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Associate  Manager   (2, 
3);    Illini   Theatre   Guild    (1,   2.    3);    Inter- 
fraternity    Council     (2,    3);    Military    Ball 
Committee   (3);   Major.   Army  ROTC:   Mili- 
tary   Council;     Pershing    Rifles;     Scabbard 
and     Blade;     Zeta     Sigma     Alpha;     Junior 
Bar  Association 
Honors  Day   (2) 


Anne   Marie    Potthast Greenville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Petite  Maison 
Alpha.  Lambda  Delta;  House  President  (4)  ; 
Freshman   Council ;    Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day   (2) 


Lembit   Pottsepp    Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical   Engineering 
Parade   Ground   Units 
I.A.S. 


Floyd  George  Powell Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Military    Ball    Committee    (2,    3);    Captain, 
Army  ROTC 

Brown  University 


John  Gardner  Powell Rockford 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Kappa  Delta  Rho 
Engineering  Council    (4):    Lieutenant  Colo- 
nel,  Air  Force  ROTC;    Air   Force   Council; 
Pershing  Rifles;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  A.I.- 
E.E  -I.R.E. 


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Arthur  Frank  Preston.  .  .  .McLeansboro 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Gcologg 

Theta  Chi 

House     President     (4);     First    Lieutenant, 

Army  ROTC 


Billie  Wirth  Preston 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Eta  Kappa  Nu:  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day   (2) 
Whittier  College 


Mt.   Carmel 


Elaine  Marilyn  Presrelos.  .  .Springfield 
Fine  and  Applie  Arts 
Music  Education 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Women's  Glee  Club  (3.  4) 
Stephens  College 


Mary   Emma   Price Galesburg 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

liotang 

Busey  Hall 

Women's  Glee  Club  (3,  4)  :  Oratorio  Society 

(4);    Floriculture    Club;    Rifle    and    Pistol 

Club 

Knox  College 


Edward    Selwin    Price Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy  and  Marketing 
Tau  Delta  Phi 
The  Daily  Illini  (  1  )  ;  Hillel  Foundation  Stu- 
dent Council  (2)  ;  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC; 
National    Defense    Transportation    Associa- 
tion  (3,   4);   Accountancy  Club;   Marketing 
Club 


Donald  Eugene  Prichard.  . .  .Glen  Ellyn 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma  Chi 
Track     Manager      ( 1  )  ;      National     Defense 
Transportation  Association 


William  Townsend  Prichard. La  Grange 
Commerce 
Economics 
Phi  Kappa  Psi 
Illini  Union  Committee   (2,  3)  :   Illini  Thea- 
tre  Guild    (1,    2.    3);    Board   of   Fraternity 
Affairs   (4)  ;   Interfraternity  Council    (2,   3, 
4)  ;   Finance  Club 


Joan  Mart    Prindiville Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 

Alpha  Xi  Delta 
lllini  Union  Committee  (1);  Mini  Theatre 
Guild  Crew  (1,  2,  4);  Y.W.C.A.  Commit- 
tee (1,  2,  3)  ;  Campus  Chest  (1.  2,  3)  ;  W. 
A.A.  (1,  2.  3.  4);  All-Ag  Field  Day  Com- 
mittee; Plowboy  Prom  Committee  (2); 
Home  Economics  Club 


Florence  Bernadette  Prztwara 

Oh  icago 
Educal  ion 
Elementary  Education 

Lincoln   Avenue  Residence 
lllini  Theatre  Guild    Cast    (4);    W.A.A.    (2, 
3,   4);   Reportory  Orchestra    (3);    Univers- 
ity Choir  (3,  4)  :  German  Club;  Polish  Club 

Northwestern   University 


Arthur    Bernard   Pundt Belviderc 

Education 
Industrial  E  tin  ration 
Education   Forum    (2);    lllini   Forensic  As- 
sociation:   Industrial    Education   Society 
West    Rockford    Extension    of    the    Univer- 
sity of  Illinois 


Willard  Vincent  Putz 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Enerineerins   Council    (3):    A.F.S. 
Morton  Junior  College 


.  Cicero 


Thomas   James    Pvka Chicago 

Engineering 
Rail  ran  Engineering 
Parade  Ground  Units 
House  President  (4)  ;  A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Paul  Eugene  Raabe Hillvieiv 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Kappa  Delta   Pi;    Phi  Ela  Sigma;  Y.M.C.A. 
Committee     ( 3 1  :     Second    Lieutenant,    Air 
Force  ROTO:    Rural    Life   Club 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3  ).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Avis  May  Raasch 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.1  rl  History 
lllini  Theatre  Guild  Cast.  (1,  3,  4) 
(2) 


Urbana 


WILL 


Suzanne    Ralston    Rockford 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Hontr  Economics 
Alpha  Omicron  Pi 
Mortar     Board ;      Shi-Ai ;      Alpha     Lambda 
Delta;   The  Daily  lllini   (1,  2,   3,  4),  Circu- 
lation   Manager    (4):    lllini   Theatre   Guild 

Crew   (1);   Y.YV.C.A.   C mittee   (1,   2) 

Honors  Day  (1) 


Gonzalo  Ramirez Bogota,  Colombia 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Varsitv    Soccer    Squad    (3);    A.F.S. ;    A.S. 
M.E.;    S.A.E. 

University  of  Los  Andes 


Robert  Lee  Randall Scottland 

Agriculture 
Soil  Conservation 
Farm  House 
lllini    Union    Committee    (3);    Star   Course 
Manager  (2)  ;  University  Chorus  (1)  :  Men's 
Glee  Club    (2,    3):    lllini   Christian    Fellow- 
ship   (2);    All-Ag   Field    Day  Committee    (3. 
4);   Military   Ball   Committee    (3);    Second 
Lieutenant  Army  ROTC;    National  Defense 
Transportation       Association;       Agriculture 
Club;    Field   and    Furrow:    Hoof   and   Horn 
Club 


Paul  Dean  Quillmax V alter 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
College  Hall 
Cadet  Captain,  Army  ROTC 


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Robert  Bruce   Rankin ilolinc 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Moline  Community  College 


Richard  Cox  Qvinlan.  .  .  .LaGrange  Park 
Engineering 
Eng  inee  ring  Ph  ysics 
All-Ways-Home 
Phi    Eta   Sigma;    Mu    Phi    Epsilon;    House 
['resident    {'■',):     Reportory    Orchestra     (1); 
Wesley    Foundation    Student    Council    (4)  ; 
Physics   Society 
Honors  Day   (1,3) 


Robert  Pendleton  Ouinlan 

La  Grange  Parle 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Wesman 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;    Pi  Tau  Sigma;   Reportory 
Orchestra   (1.   2);    Student   Religious  Coun- 
cil   (3);   Weslev  Foundation   Student  Coun- 
cil   (3.    4).    president.    (4);    A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 


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Robert   Clark   R  \xkix.   Jr Tolucn 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Dornoch 
M.I.A.    Executive    Council     (3.    4)  ;    House 
President,    (4);    Student    Senate    (4);    Co- 
ordination Committee   (4):   University  Cho- 
rus   (1,   2);    Oratorio   Society    (2);    Second 
Lieutenant.  Army   ROTC:    Pershing  Rifles 


Louis  Edwald  Rapp Bradley 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 

Alpha  Kappa.  Lambda 
Omega  Beta  Pi:   Slav  Course  Manager  (1)  ; 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (2.   3 ) 


Felix  Armando  Quiros 

Panama  City,  Panama 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Scii  '"■■ 
Cosmopolitan 
Ibero-American  Association 


Melvin   William   Rapp Peoria 

Agriculture 
General  .1  gt  [culture 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A.    (1.    2):    Military   Ball   Committee 
(4);    Captain.    Army    ROTC   Military  Coun- 
cil:    Phi    Chi    Eta;     Scabbard    and    Blade: 
Agricultural    Economics    Club;    Agriculture 
Club;   Hoot"  and  Horn   Club 
Honors  Day   (  3  ) 


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June   Lois   Rappaport Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Social  Studies 

Lincoln    Avenue    Resilience 
University  Chorus  (3) 
Beloit  College 


John  Charles  Reed Edinburg 

Liberal  Arts  ami  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Tan  Beta  Pi;   A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Lay  (  3  ) 


Robert  Eugene  Rapsilber.  .  .  .Qalesburg 

( "oinnierce 
Finance 
Delia  Sigma  Pi 
Finance     Club;     mini     Insurance     Society; 
Student  Junior  Chamber  of   Commerce 
Honors   Day    (  1 ) 

Galesburg  Extensi if  the  University  of 

Illinois 


James  Thomas  Reeder Clinton 

Agriculture 

Marketing 

Phi  Kappa  Sigma 

Interfraternity  Council  I 'J,  3);  Interfratern- 

itv  Ball  Committee  (  3  )  ;  Second  Lieutenant, 

Army   ROTC ;    Phi   Chi   Eta 


Robert  Walter  Rasmussen.  .  .  .Oak  Pari' 

Commerce 

Management 

Lambda  Chi  Alpha 

Concert    Band    (3,    4);    Football    Marching 

Band   (2,  3,  4);  First  Regimental  Band  (2, 

3) 

Blackburn   College 


George  Ratkovic Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  E ngineering 
Triangle 
House  President.   (4);   Engineering  Council 
(3,  4)  ;   President   (4)  :   A.I.Ch.E. 
Morton  Junior  College 


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Caroline  Rvtii   Rees Bradford 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Zeta  Tau  Alpha 
Mortar  Board;  Torch;  Shi-Ai;  Alpha  Lamb- 
da  Delta ;    The   Daily   Illini    ( 1 )  ;    The   Illio 
(2,  3,  4),  Associale  Editor  (4)  ;  Illini  Union 
Committee  (1)  ;  Junior  Bar  Association 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


Gerald  Reese Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Lundgren  House 
Student  Senate  (4)  :  Illini  Forensic  Associa- 
tion;  Varsity  Debate  Squad  (3,  4) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Debate  (1, 
2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Geobge   August   Ratz Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Illinois  Teehnograph  (2.  3,  4)  ;  Engineering 
Council  (3)  ;  A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day   (1,  2) 


Bever.lv  Joan  Reeves 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta 
Honors  Day   (1,  3) 


.  Champaign 


Louis   Todd    Ratzesbergeob.  .  .  .Hoopeston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

English 

Phi    Delta  The! a 
Men's  Glee  Club   (2,   :;.  4| 
Lake  Forrest  College 


Seymour   Irwin    Regal Moline 

Law 

Law 
Noble  House 
Nu    Beta    Epsilon ;    House    President    (2); 
Illini  Forensic  Association:   Junior  Bar  As- 
sociation ;    Praetorians 


Ray    Paramesh Calcutta,    India 

Commerce 
Sta I istical  Earn omics 
V.M.C.A.    Committee    (4):    Student   Senate 
(3,    4);    Committee   on    Student    Affairs    (3, 
4);    N.S.A.    Senate    Subcommittee    (3,    4); 
Indian  Students  Association 


Joyce    Lsabelle    Reace Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
McKinley  Hall 
Gamma   Alpha   Chi,    president    (4);    YV.A.A. 
(2,  3)  ;   University  Chorus   (  3) 


Donald  Mahlon   Redman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 

Granada  Manor 
Wilson    Junior  College 


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Paul   Julius    Regorz Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  anil   Sciences 
Geology 
Barton  House 
Cyclothem  Club:   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  ot 
Illinois 


Donald  Richauo  Rehner Butler 

Agriculture 
General   A  gricultwe 
Medea  Lodge 


Richard  Christian   Reichei Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Sigma  Phi   Delta 
A.I.Ch.E.;   M.I.S. 

Navy  Pier:  Lettermen's  Club  (2,  3) 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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John  Edward  Reillv Memphis,  Tenn. 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Delta  Tan  Delta 
Intel-fraternity     Council      (1,      2);      House 
President,  (4):  Concert  Band  (1):  Football 
Marching    Band    (1)  ;    Captain,    Air   Force 
EOTC 


Doris  Clara  Reitberger LaGrange 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 

Evans  Hall 
German  Club 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


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Raymond   Kenneth    Kiioads Dixon 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Philosophy 
Barton  House 
Tomahawk 


Glenn   Rhodes    Lombard 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Madrigal  Chorus  (4)  :   Oratorio  Society  (3) 
Elmhurst     College;      .Northwestern     Uni- 
versity 


AxuRt.r   Alo.izi.i    Bonaventttra  Remec 

Cli  icago 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Technisee  Hochschule 


Robert  Owen  Rempert Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Sigma  Chi 
Phi  Delta  Phi;  Illini  Union  Committee  (3)  ; 
Board   of   Fraternity  Affairs    (3);    lnterfra- 
ternity  Council    (1,   2.   3);   Alumni  Associa- 
tion Board  (3);  Freshman  Week  Committee 
(2):   LAS  Council    (1,   2,   3);   Second  Lieu- 
tenant.    Army     ROTC;     Alpha     Rho    Tan; 
Junior  Bar  Association  :  Young  Republicans 
Club;   Block  I  Coordinations  Committee  (3) 

Jane  Mary  Rendleman Anna 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Gamma  Phi   Beta 
Mortar  Board  :  Torch  ;  Mu  Phi  Epsilon:  Star 
Course    Manager    12.    3);    Y.W.C.A.    Com- 
mittee (1,  2)  :  University  Choir  (1,  2,  3,  4)  ; 
Oratorio  Society   (3.  4)  :   McKinley  Founda- 
tion Student.  Council   (2)  ;   Concert  and  En- 
tertainment   Board    (4):    School   of    Music 
Student    Council     (3);     Young    Democrats 
Club 


Fernando  Restrepo.  .  .  .Bogota,  Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Universidad  de   Los  Andes 


Donald   Herman   Rice Ottawa 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;    Gamma    Delta;    Tall    Illini 
Club 


LATJKEIi  Mary  Rich Morton 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Speerli  Correction 
Kappa  Delta 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager 
(  1  )  ;  Campus  Chest   (1,  2) 


Mary    Evelyn    Rich Manteno 

Physical  Education 

Scrit'dtinn 
Theta  Upsilon 
YV.A.A.    (1.    2,    3.    4);    Physical    Education 
Majors   Club;    Spanish   Club 


Muriel  Ann  Richburg Glencoe 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 

Delta  Gamma 
Major  Chairman  Illini  Union  Committee 
(4);  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (2,  3);  N.S.A. 
Senate  Subcommittee  13):  Displaced  Per- 
sons Committee  (4).  chairman  (4);  Pan- 
hellenic  Ball  Committee  (3)  ;  Young  Repub- 
licans Club 

Stephens  College 


Jeanne   SiOVIC   ReVeal Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  French 
Alpha   Phi 
Oratorio     Society      (2);      I'anhellenic     Ball 
Committee   (3);   French  Club 

De     Paul     University:      College     of     St. 
Catherine 


Richard  William  Reynolds 

Sheboygan,  Wis. 
Engineering 
Gene  ra  I  E  ngin  ee  ring 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
House    President-    (3,    4);    Tribe   of    Illini; 
Varsity  Track  Squad    (2,   3,  4),  Letter  (3, 
4):    Freshman    Varsity    Track    Squad ;    En- 
sign, NROTC 


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Mary    Lou    Richie Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Spanish 

Alpha  Xi  Delta 

Illini    Theatre   Guild    Crew    (4);    Y.W.C.A. 

Committee   (1,  2)  ;    VV.A.A.    (3,  4)  :   Spanish 

Club 

Cornell  College  of   Iowa 


Ronald  Alvin  Richmond Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tail  Delta  Phi 
IM  Rec  Board   (1,   2);    Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;   National    Defense  Transporta- 
tion Association 


Charles   Rezac    Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineervrg 

All-Ways-Home 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Morton  Nath  in  Richter Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi  Epsilon    i'i 
Football  Marching  Band   (1,  2)  ;   First  Regi- 
mental    Band     (1,     2)     Second     Regimental 
Band   (1) 


503 


Robert   Edward   Rh  ki  rt Oak  Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Club  Topper 
Illini     Sportsman's    Club,     presidenl     (3); 
Marketing  Club 
l  Conors  Day  (  i ) 


Jack  Monroe  Ridner Mason  Cifu 

Agriculture 
.1  gronomy 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC 

Henri    Harry  Riechman Richview 

Agriculture 

Vocational  .1  griculture 

Kumonami 

Alpha   Tan   Alpha;    Agricultural   Education 

Club;     Agriculture    Club;     Hoof    and    Horn 

Club;    Horticulture  Club,   president   (4) 

Patricia   Anxe    Rieger Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 

Evans  Hall 
Alpha  Lambda  Delia  (I);  Campus  Chest 
(3);  Major  1  (3);  VV.A.A.  Numerals;  W. 
A  A  (i  4)  Universit'.  Choir  Omviisity 
chorus  (3);  Women's  Glee  Club  (4);  Ter- 
rapin ( :>,  4):  Christian  Science  Organiza- 
tion; English  Journal  Club;  Navy  Pier 
Alumni  Association;  Physical  Education 
Majors    (lab       1  ,a    her:,  m   1  raining    Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities :    W.A.A.,  treasurer; 
University  Chorus 
Honors  Day   (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 

Barbara  Right    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
1'bi  Sigma  Sigma 
Campus  Chest 
Roosevelt  College 


Margaret  Alice   Rigsbey TTartford 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Vanlig 
House  President   (4)  ;  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 
Blackburn  College 


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Virginia  Lee  Ritsox Peoria 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Latin  .1  merican  Studies 
Sigma  Kappa 

House   President    (  4  ) 


Ralph   George   Ritter St.  Jacob 

Agriculture 
.1  gronomy 
Agriculture  Club;    Field   and   Furrow 


Charms  Benton   Rizer Villa  Park 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 

College  Hall 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;    House    President     (4): 
Phi  Chi  Eta:  Agricultural  Education  Club: 
Agriculture  Club;   Field  and  Furrow;   Hoof 
and  Horn  Club 


Joel  Kelly  Roach Oak  Park 

Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 
Delta  Kappa  Epsilon 

House    President    (4):    Second    Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;    Alpha    Rho   Tau:    Young  Re- 
publicans  Club 
Honors  Day   (  1 ) 


Roy  Eluon  Roat Havana 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Daniel  Georges  Robert.  .Highland  Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Delta  Kappa  Epsilon 

Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC;  Marketing 

Club:    Young  Republicans   Club 


Garland  Glenn  Riley Louisville 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

Second  Regimental  Band  (1,  2);  A.S.C.E.; 

r.T.E. 


Richard  Arthur   Riley Stronghurst 

Agriculture 
General  A  griculture 
Delta   Phi 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee;      Cadet     Lieutenant 
Colonel,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety;    Scabbard     and      Blade;     Agricultural 
Education   club 


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Evan  Dale  Roberts Harvey 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 

Thornton   Junior  College 


James   Payton   Roberts Ilomeuood 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 

Fencing  Manager  (1,  2  1:  University  Chorus 
(4)  ;    A.S.C.E. 


504 


Dorothy  Joan   Rinko Chicago 

Liberal  Ails  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Mathematics 
Evans  Hall 
Lutheran   Foundation    student   Council    (3. 
4);     (lamina.    Delia;     German    Club;    Navy 
Pier  Alumni   Association 
Honors  Day   (  2  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Dotty   Jn  Robertson Aurora 

Educat  ion 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha   Delta    Pi 
Y.YV.CA.    Committee    111:    VV.A.A.    (3.    4): 
Senior  Ball  Committee   (3);   Young  Repub- 
licans (Tub 


Arthur  Morton  Robinson 

Rochester,  X.  Z. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 

A.S.C.E. 


I.  mji'.ara    Helen    Robinson Kansas 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Delia  Gamma 
Illini  Union  Committee   (1,  2,   3,  4);    Uni- 
versity  Chorus    (2,    3);    Women's  Glee  Club 

II.  2) 


Edward  Howard  Robinson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech aniriil  E n ;ii iieeriit g 

Noble  House 
Pi  Tau  Sigma;   Sigma  Iota  Epsilon  ;   House 
President  (4)  ;  Varsity  Baseball  Squad  (2)  ; 
Varsitv   Basketball   Squad    (1,   2);    Varsity 
Football  Squad   (2) 
Honors  Day    (1,   2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Shirley  Ann  Robinson 

Grosse  Pointe  Woods,  Mich. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Painting 

Chi  Omega 
Society  of  Illustrators;   The  Illio   (1) 


Virginia  Ann  Robinson Chicago 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Campus  Chest   (2);   W.A.A.    (3,  4);   Physi- 
cal Education   Majors  Club 


Donald    Chris    Rockholm Berwyn 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;   Men's  Glee  Club    I  :;,   4);   Ora- 
torio Society  (3,  41  ;  Illini  Christian  Fellow- 
ship   (3,    4)  ;    A.F.S.;    A.S.C.E. 

Morton   Junior  College;   Illinois  Institute 
of  Technology 


John  Wilbur  Roddewtg Cedarville 

Liberal  Arts  and    Sciences 
Chemistry 


John  Henry  Rodeffer La  Harpe 

Agriculture 
Vocational  A griculture 
Club  Topper 
Alpha  Tau   Alpha  :    Agricultural   Education 
Club;  Agriculture  Club 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Nelson  David  Rodeliis Evanston 

Agriculture 

Animal  Science 

Evanston   Township  Community  College 


jiltfll 


Howard  Glen  Roecker Park  Ridge 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi  Kappa  Sigma 
Cadet  Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  A. 
S.A.E.    (1,  2)  ;   The  Illio    (1) 


Robert   Theodore   Roeder McJBenry 

Agriculture 
Gemini  A  gricultim  < 
Noble  House 
Gamma  Delta;   Illini  Sportsman's  Club 


Frank   John    Rogalski Chicago 

<  lommerce 
Marketing 

Flagg  House 
Varsity  Golf  Squad    (3);   Newman  Founda- 
tion Student  Council  (2,  3,  4)  ;  Illini  Insur- 
ance  Society;    Marketing   Club;    Navy   Pier 
Alumni  Association:    Polish  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Golf  Squad 
(2)  ;  Varsity  Track  Squad  (2) 
Honors  Day   (1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


William   Edward  Rohaly Chicago 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
Engineering  Council    (4);   A.S.A.E. 

Navy    Pier    Activities:     Varsity    Baseball 
Squad    (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Harold  Rolseth    Chicago 

Engineering 
Mining  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
Engineering  Council    It):   M.I.S. 

Navy    Pier   Activities:     Varsity    Baseball 
Squad    (1,   2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Jaime  Romero.  .  .  .Bogota,  Colombia.  S.  A. 

Engineering 

Electrical  Engineering 

Newman  Hall 

Sigma  Tau;  Eta  Kappa  Nu;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University  of  Los  Andes 


Carroll  Bennett  Roodhouse.  White  Hull 

Agriculture 

Soil  Conservation 

Farm  House 

Captain,    Army    ROTC;     National    Defense 

Transportation      Association;      Agriculture 

Club;  Field  and  Furrow;   Hoof  and  Horn 


John    Philip    Rooney Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 

Psi  LTpsilon 
Skull  and  Crescent;  Phi  Kappa  Phi:  Cam- 
pus Chest  (4):  House  President  (4);  L.A. 
S.  Council  (3.  4);  Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC:  Illini  Forensic  Association; 
Young  Democrats  Club 

Xavier   University 


Roberta  Josephine  Rosecraxs 

Champaign 

Physical  Education 

Physical   I:' duration 
Alpha  Delta    l'i 
Mortar  Board;  Torch;  shi-Ai:  Alpha  Sigma 
Nu;  The  Illio    (2.   :!.    4).  Associate  Business 
Manager    (4);    Star   Course   Manager    (1); 
W.A.A.  Board  (3)  ;   Major  I;  W.A.A.  Num- 
erals; W.A.A.  (1.  2.  :'..  4);  Terrapin   (1.  2, 
3,   4);   president,    (41:    Physical   Education 
Majors  Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 


5  05 


Lawbi  s>  i   Rosen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Omega  Beta   Pi:  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation 
Honors   Day   (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


LOUIS   ROSEN    Laarelton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark   House 
Second  Lieutenant.   Army  ROTC;   Account- 
ancy Chili 


Naomi  Rosen Quincy 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Spa  n  ish 
Sigma  Delta  Tan 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2,  3)  ;  Spanish  Club 
Illinois  College 


IiAL.rn  Louis  Rosengardes Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Illini  Union  Board   (4);    Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (4);     Interfraternity    Council     (2); 
House    President     (3);     -Major,    Air    Force 
ROTC;  Marketing  Club 
University  of  Wisconsin 


Charlotte  Lois  Ross Rochester 

Kdiu  ation 
Elementary  Education 
Busey  Hall 
Springfield  Junior  College 


Conrad  Harold  Ross Jackson,  Mich. 

Fine  ami   Applied  Arts 
Painting 

Cosmopolitan 
Society    of    Illustrators;    The    Daily    Illini 
(  1  )  :  Freshman  Varsity  Fencing  Squad;  Illi- 
ni Writers    (;'•.   4)  ;    Fine  and  Applied   Arts 
Society 

Honors  Day  (  1,  _'.  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


.Tames   Elmer   Ross Danville 

Agriculture 

(jriir  nil    A  iniriiltuir 

Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
Sigma  Delta  Chi:  V.M.C.A.  Committee  (1, 
2,  3);  Campus  Chest  (2,  :i  i  ;  Interfraternity 
Council  (3,  4);  House  President  (3,  4); 
Tribe  of  Illini:  Varsity  Fencing  Captain 
(4);  Varsity  Fencing  Squad  (2,  3,  4), 
Letter  (3,  4|;  Freshman  Varsity  Fencing 
Squad;  Baseball  Manager  (2.  3):  Illini 
Rural  Observer  (2,  :i.  4);  Agricultural 
Council  (3);  All-Ag  Field  Dav  Committee 
(1,  2,  3);  Military  Ball  Committee  (3); 
Plowboy  Prom  Committee  ( 1,  2.  3,  4); 
Senior  Announcements  Committee  (3,  4); 
National  Defense  Transportation  Associa- 
tion; Agriculture  Club:  Dairy  Production 
Club;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club;  "illini  Sports- 
man's Club:    Scimitar 


Jean  Carol  Ross Oak  Park 

Education 

COW  mil  re 

Zeta  Tau  Alpha 
The  lllio  (  1  )  ;  Illini  Union  Committee  (1.  2) 
Honors   Da>    II.  2) 


Stephen  Torey  Ross Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Freshman    Varsity    Swimming   Squad:    Sen- 
ior Hall  Committee  (2)  :  Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC 

Wright  Junior  College 


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506 


Teddy  Lee  Ross Villa  Grove 

( lommerce 

Ami  it  ii  tn  urif 
Moore  Hall 
Accountancy  Club 

Springfield:  Junior  College 


Robert  Walter  Rossmiller Quincy 

Commerce 
Economics 

Finance  Club;    Young   Democrats  Club 


James   Morton    Rovelstad Elgin 

Engineering 
Median ical  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
A.S.M.E. 

Elgin  Community  College 


Richard  Burchard  Rowland . DesPlaines 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Moore  Hall 
Orchesis  (4) 

Wright  Junior  College:  Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Doxalu  John  Rov Villa  Park 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Newman  Foundation  Student  Council;  A.S. 
M.E.;   S.A.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Benjamin  Stanley  Ruben Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau  Epsilon  Phi 
Tribe  of  Illini:  Varsity  Swimming  Squad 
(2,  3,  4),  Letter  (4):  Freshman  Varsity 
Swimming  Squad:  Freshman  Varsity  Foot- 
ball Squad;  Dolphins  (3,  4);  Marketing 
Club 


Gerald  Rubin    Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club 

Wright  Junior  College 


Melvtn  Rudich    Chicago 

Engineering 
Gene  nil  Engineering 

Pi   Lambda  Phi 
Illini  Union   Committee    (3);    Illinois  Teeh- 
nograph   (3,  4);   Hillel  Foundation  Student 
Council    (4);    A.F.S.     (3):    A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
(2) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Navy  Pier  Alumni 
Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Lerov  John  Ruesch Beruoyn 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Pi 
Sigma  Tau:  Chi  Epsilon;   Basketball  Mana- 
ger   (2)  :    Phalanx:    A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day   (  1 .  2,   3) 


Virginia  Tongko  Ruiz 

Manila,  Philippines 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Horn  i'  Economics 
McKinley  Hall 
Home  Economics  Club:    Navy  Pier  Alumni 
Association;  Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 

Navy   Pier  Extension  of  tbe  University  of 
Illinois 


JOHN   Robert  Rundle Colchester 

Agriculture 
Vocational  A  griculture 
Agricultural    Education    Club 
Western   Illinois  State  College 


Richard  Regis  Runge Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Biology 
The    Daily    Illini    (2);    Second    Lieutenant, 
Army   ROTC:    National    Defense   Transpor- 
tation Association;   French  Club;   Teachers- 
in-Training  Club 


C  ft 


Thomas  Edward  Ryan Waukegan 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 

Teacher  Training  in  Social  Studies 

Newman  Hall 

Alpha  Phi  Omega;    Illini  Union  Board  (4); 

M.I. A.  Executive  Council   (3,  4);  Teachers- 

in-Training  Club:    Young   Democrats  Club 

Waukegan  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Nancy  Louise  Ryne arson.  ..  .Springfield 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Sigma  Alpha   Iota:   Illini  Union   Committee 
(1);    Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (1)  ;    University 
Sinfonietta    (1,   'J.    3,    4):    University  Orch- 
estra  (1,  2,   3.  4)  ;    School  of  Music  Student 
Council  (3) 


Jerome   Cazimer   Rzepecki Chicago 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Phi     Mu     Alpha-Sinf  onia ;      Illini     Theatre 
Guild    Cast    (4);    University    Chorus    (1); 
Oratorio  Society   (2,   3,   4)  ;   Orcheseis   (2)  ; 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Council   (3,  4);  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


William  Martin  Ki  sen Glen  Ellyn 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Ma-Wan-Da :      Sachem ;      Phi     Eta     Sigma ; 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;   The   Daily  Illini   (1,   2, 
3,   4);   First  Lieutenant.   Army  ROTC;   Phi 
Chi  Eta;  Marketing  Club; 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Andrew  Wilson  Rush tit.  Louis,  Mo. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 
College  Hall 
Chief  Petty  Officer  Midshipmen,  NROTC 


Roberta  Russell   Maywood 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Sherwood   Lodge 
House    President    (4);     University    Chorus 
(3)  ;   Women's  Glee  Club   (3,  4)  :  Rifle  and 
Pistol  Club;  Spanish  Club 
Blackburn  College 


Elaine   Fern   Ruth Chicago 

Education 
Physical  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
W.A.A.   (3,  4)  ;   Physical  Education  Majors 
Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Wilson    Junior  College 


La vebne  Ruth    

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

Phi  Chi  Theta;   Marketing  Club 


.  Chicago 


Leo  Vincent  Ryan Heyworth 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Newman  Foundation  Student  Council  (I,  2, 
3,  4)  ;  First  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC;  Ord- 
nance Club;   Agricultural   Economics  Club; 
Agriculture  Club 


Ml 


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Stanley  Ian   Rzepcki Beriuyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi   Tan   Sigma:    Sigma    I<>ta   Epsilon;   A.S. 
M.E.;    S.A.E. 

Morton  Junior  College 


Maido  Saarlas   Estonia 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Roojah 
Alpha  Phi  Omega 

University  of  Tubingen,  Germany 


Chih-Tang  Sah Peiping,  China 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering  and  Engineering 
Physics 
Sigma  Tau:  Phi  Eta  Sigma  ;  Eta  Kappa  Nu; 
Pi  Mu  Epsilon;  Chinese  Students  Club 
Honors   Day    (2.    3),    University   of   Illinois 
Scholarship  Ke\ 


Joanne    Salberg    WiVmette 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
Gamma  Alpha  Chi;  The  Daily  Illini   CJ.  3) 


James   David  Sampson Champaign 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Urology 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:  Major.  Army  ROTC;  Alpha 
Rho  Tau 
Honors  Day   (1,   2) 


Winfield  Lawrence  Samuelson 

Geneseo 
Agriculture 
Agricultural  Science 
Camelot  Club 
Lieutenant,    NROTC:    Navy   Council;    Agri- 
culture Club;  Hoof  and  Horn  Club:   Poultry 
Science  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 


507 


Howard  Michael  Sanders Chicago 

Commerce 

l.ii  w 

Delia  Sigma  Phi 
lllini    Union   Committee    (3);    Accountancy 
Club;    Junior    Bar   Association;    Marketing 
Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:   Pier  lllini    (2) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Franklin  Sanders.  .Murphysooro 
( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Newman  Hall 
Football   Marching   Band    (1,   2,    3);    First 
Regimental  Band   (1.  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


David  Allen  Sat/er.  .  .  .Fort  Wayne,  Ind. 
Fine  anil  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Alpha  Rho  ('hi 
Gargoyle,     president     (4);     Interfraternity 
Council    ( :', )  ;    Pine  and  Applied  Arts  Coun- 
cil  (4);   Second    Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC; 
A. I. A.;  A.S.C.F 
Honors  Day   (3,  4) 


Jeannktte  Mary  Saule 

Agriculture 
Howr  Economics 
Delta  Zeta 
W.A.A.    (2,    3.    4) 

Illinois  Instiute  of  Techonology 


Cli  icago 


Carl  Alfred  Sandine Wadsworth 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.1  rchitectural  Design 
A.I.A. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Riohard  Sanford  Sawislak.  .Rock  Lsland 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Political  Science 

Clark  House 

House   President    (1):    Second    Lieutenant, 

Air  Force  ROTC:  French  Club;  Junior  Bar 

Association;  Praetorians,  president 


Doris  Ruth  Sandluod Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Alpha  House 
Sigma   Alpha    Iota;    House   President    (4); 
University  Chorus   (4)  :   Women's  Glee  Club 
(1):    lllini   Christian    Fellowship    (1,    2.    3, 
4) 
Honors  Dav   (3) 


James   Edward   Sandstrom Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Flagg  House 
A.I.A. :    Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Letterman  Club  (2, 
::i  ;  Varsity  Golf  Squad   (1.2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Marjorie  ANNE  Saner Springfield 

Agriculture 
Ilium    Economics 
Phi  Mu 
V.W.C.A.  Committee   (2);   lllini  Rural  Ob- 
server (3) 


Ira  Earnest  Sax Chicago 

Education 

History 

Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association;    Teachers- 

in-Training  Club;   Young  Democrats  Club 

Navy   Pier   Activities:    Pier   lllini    (1,    2, 
3)  ;  Student  Congress  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  U/niversity  of 
Illinois 


Marilyn  Louise  Schaefer.  . .  .Oak  Park 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Alpha  Xi  Delta 

Alpha  Pi  Delta;  lllini  Union  Committee(3)  ; 

lllini  Theatre  Guild  Crew  (2.  3)  ;  Y.W.C.A. 

Committee   (2) 


Rudolph  Walter  Schattke Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Minawa  Lodge 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;   Beta 
Alpha     Psi;     lllini     Christian     Fellowship; 
Accountancy  Club:   Gamma  Delta;   German 
Club 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Kn  hard  John  Sargent . Prospect  Heights 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 

Kappa  Delta  Rho 

Varsity  Track  Squad   (2)  :   Freshman  Vars- 

ilv    Track    Squad;    First    Lieutenant.    Armv 

ROTC;     Infantry    Club;     Pershing    Rifles; 

Phalanx 


Leo  John  Saroian Wood  River 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.    1 2,     ;i 


Perry  Satz Poughkeepsie,  X.  ¥. 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Economics 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;    Young 
Democrats  Club 
Honors  Day   (1.  2) 


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Richard  Joseph   Scheer Chicago 

Commerce 
Statistical  Economics 
Kappa  Sigma 


Arlan  John  Scheidenhelm Tuscola 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Farm  House 
Football  Marching  Band    (1.  2,  3.  4)  ;  First 
Regimental     Band     (2,     4);     Second     Regi- 
mental Band   (1)  :   Agriculture  Club;   Dairy 
Technology  Society 


Jay-  John  Scheldorf Palos  Heights 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
907  Club 
A.I.Ch.E.:   German   Club 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College 


Donald  John   Schelle Chicago 

Engineering 
Mining  "Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
M.I.S. 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  Patrick  Schmacker.  .  .  .Colli/nsville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Political  Science 

Delta  Chi 

Interfraternity     Council     (2);     Intramural 

Manager    (1);    Major,    Air    Force    ROTC; 

lllini  Forensic   Association 


Lyle   Pail,   Si-hertz Benson 

Agriculture 
Gene  nil  Agriculture 
Nabor  Hon  so 
Alpha  Zeta:  Class  Secretary-Treasurer  (1); 
Freshman     Council :     Newman     Foundation 
Student    Council     (3,    4),    president     (4); 
Agricultural  Council  (3) 


William  Robert   Scherwat Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

University  of  Michigan  ;  Illinois  Institute 
of  Technology 


Megan   Schiefer    Lexington 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Delta  Zeta 
Eureka  College 


Hugo  Charles   Schmidt Brookfield 

Commerce 
Commerce  and  Law 
University  Chorus    i  :',.   4);   Junior  Bar  As- 
sociation 

Navy  Fi9r  Activities     Soloist    University 
Choir 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Barbara  Jane  Sen  mitt 

Cleveland  Heights,  Ohio 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Shorter  Board;  Torch;  Shi-Ai;  Phi  Chi 
Theta ;  The  Daily  lllini.  Advertising  Direc- 
tor (3),  Circulation  Director  (4)  ;  The  Daily 
lllini  (1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  lllini  Union  Committee 
(2);  Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (1) 


Charles  Hockadav  Schmitt 

.S'f.  Louis,  Missouri 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Industrial  Design 


Arthur  Michael  Schiller Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Botany 
Sachem;    Tribe   of    lllini;    Varsity   Fencing 
Squad    (2.    3.    4),    Letter    (3);    Freshman 
Varsity   Fencing    Squad :    Midshipman,    NR 
OTC;  Scimitar,  president  (3) 


Dale  Clarence  Schneider.  .New  Athens 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

( 'hernial!  Engineering 

Moore  Hall 

House    President     (4):     First     Lieutenant. 

Army  ROTC;  Ordnance  Club;  A.I.Ch.E. 


Donald  Marvin  Schindel Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark  House 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Beta 
Alpha  Psi;    House   President    (4);   Account- 
ancy Club;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Margaret  Elisabeth  Schlem.mer 

Bloomington 
Education 
Art  Education 
Chi  Omega 
Mortar   Board:    Torch;    Mask   and    Bauble; 
National     Collegiate     Players;      Society     of 
Illustrators;    lllini   Theatre   Guild   Manager 
(2,    3,    4);    lllini   Theatre   Guild   Cast.    (2); 
lllini    Theatre    Guild    Board    (4)  ;    German 
Club 
Honors  Day    (1,   3) 


Louis   Harold   Siiiliseleeld.  .  .  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Barton  House 

lllini     Forensic     Association;      Navy     Pier 
Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Debate  Squad  (3) 
Honors  Day    (1.   2),    University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Clarence   August   Schlueter.  .Belleville 
Agriculture 
Horticulture 

Nabor  House 
Agricultural  Council  (2)  ;  All-Ag  Field  Day 
Committee  (2):  Plowboy  Prom  Committee 
(3);  First.  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC;  Agri- 
culture Club:  Horticulture  Club,  president 
12  1 


Delwin    Schneider Farmer   City 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
The    Daily    lllini    (3)  ;    lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee  (3);   Engineering  Council   (4);   Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;   Illuminating 
Engineering  Societj 
Purdue  University 


James   Schneider    Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi  Epsilon   Pi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (3):    Hillel   Foun- 
dation   Student    Council    (2,    3);    Account- 
ancy Club;  Marketing  Club:  Society  for  the 
Advancement  of  Management 


John  Francis  Schnobrich Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 

Creighton  University:  University  of 
Omaha;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois 


William  Courtney  Schnobrich  .Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;   Sigma  Tan:   Tan  Beta  Pi; 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Chi   Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day    I  '. ) 

University  of   Omaha:    Navy    Pier  Exten- 
sion  of  the   University  of   Illinois 


509 


Robert  Eugene  Schni  rstein 

Blue  Island 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Witanshire 
House  President   (I);   Men's  Glee  Club   (3, 
4)  ;   A.S.M.E. 

Thornton  Junior  College 


Daniel  Francis   Schoeberle.  .  .Shipman 
Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Three-O-Nine  Club 
Pi  Tail  Sigma:   Tau   Beta    Pi;   House  Presi- 
dent   (3)  ;    Engineering   Council    (4)  :   A..S. 
M.E. 
Honors  Day   (3) 


Marion  Louise   SCHOENE Oak  Pari 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Theta  Upsilon 
Shi-Ai;  The  Illio   (1,  2);    lllini  Union  Com- 
mittee (1,  3,  4)  ;  Spanish  Club 


Barbara  Jean  Sen  i  ltz Decatur 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
lllini  Union  Committee  (  '. .  2.  ■'  i  ;  VAV.C.A. 
Committee  (1,2) 


Lester  Eugene   Schultz Danville 

Commerce 
A  ccountancy 
Second   Lieutenant.    Army   ROTC;    Phi   Chi 
Eta 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


Lois  Ardetii  Schulz Palatine 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
University  Chorus   ( '■'■ )  :    Navy  Pier  Alumni 
Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Barbara  Ann  Schoefen Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Theta  Phi  Alpha 
House    President    (4);    Voting    Democrats 
Club 

Honors  Day  (3) 
De  Paul  University 


Robert  Hans  Scholz Mcllenry 

Commerce 
Management 

Delta  Chi 
Tribe  of  lllini    (3.   4):    Varsity  Swimming 
Squad  (3.  4)  ;  Letter  (  3.  4)  ;  Dolphins  (3)  ; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Manage- 
ment 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John  William  Schumacher.  .Mason  City 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma 
Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC 

Bradley  University 


Richard  Ritter  Schump,  Jr..  .La  Grange 
Commerce 
Management 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Augustana  College 


Harlan    Eugene   Sc  hone Bluffs 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 
Triangle  Fraternity 
Sigma  Tan;  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Interfraternity 
Council      (3):      Student      Religious     Council 
(4);  Lutheran  Foundation  Student  Council 
(3,     4).     President      (4):     Gamma     Delta; 
Physics  Society 
Honors  Day  ( 1,  2  ) 


Arlene  Jeanette  SCHUI'PENHAUER 

Chicago 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Busey    Hall 
Phi  Chi  Theta 

Wright     Junior     College,     Northwestern 
University 


Charles   Hexsli.v   Schrad^h,. Sarrisburg 

Education 

History 

Southern   Illinois  University 


510 


Thomas  Carroll  Schrader Vrbana 

Engineering 
General  Engineering 
A.S.M.K.:    lllini   Sportman's   Club 


Jambs   Thomas   Schuldt.  . Oarpentersville 

Physical   Education 

Physic, ii  Education 
Lambda  Chi  Alpha 
Tribe  of  lllini  (2,  :;.  4)  :  Varsity  Basketball 
Squad  (2,  3.  4);  Letter  (2,  4):  Freshman 
Varsity  Basketball  Squad  ;  Varsity  Baseball 
Squad  (2,  4);  Freshman  Varsity  Baseball 
Squad:  Second  Lieutenant.  Army  ROTC: 
Phalanx 


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LBROY   Siim  stei:    Belleville 

Agriculture 
Horticulture 

Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC:  Arnold  Air  Soci- 
ety;  Horticulture  Club 


Frei>  Michael   Schwappach Benld 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 
First    Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;     National 
Defense  Transportation  Association 
Blackburn  College 


Barbara  Zsvsane  Schwartz Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Theta   Sigma  Phi;    Hillel    Foundation   Stud- 
ent Council   (4):    Navy   Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation 

Navv    Pier    Activities:     Pier    lllini     (1); 
The  Brave   (2) 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ,  2  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Berle  Louis  Schwartz Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton  House 
Accountancy  Club;    Praetorians 
Honors  Day   (  2,  3  I 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Allen*   Scott Harvey 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
( 'hemistry 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Sigma  Tau    (:!.   4):    House   President    (4); 
A.I.Ch.E.;   German   Club 
Thornton   Junior   College 


Bernard  Stephen  Schwartz Quincy 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Tribe  of  Illini   (4)  :   Senior  Wrestling  Man- 
ager    (4):     Newman     Foundation     Student 
Council  (3,  4):  Accountancy  Club 
Quincy  •  lollege 


Florence  Schwartz   Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha  f'hron :    Society  of   Illustrators:   The 
Daily  Illini   (  1.  2.  3,  4)  ;   Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (3):    Illini   Theatre   Guild   Manager 
(3);  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew  (1,  2) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Mildred  Schwartz    Chicago 

Education 
Education   of  Mentally  Handicapped 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence    Hall 
University  of  Chicago:   Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


V 


Stuart  Walter  Scott Ridge  Farm 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Colonial  Anns 
Beta   Gamma   Sigma;    House   President    (2, 
4);    Accountancy    Club:    Marketing    Club; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Manage- 
ment 

Honors  Day  (2.  3,  4),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Will-am  Thomas  Scott Bloomington 

Commerce 

Economics 
Newman  Hall 
Illinois  Wesleyan  University 


John  Wbyland  Sears.  .  .  .Highland  Pari 
Engineering 
Median intl  Engineering 
Four  Columns 
Sigma    Tan;    Pi    Tau    Sigma;    Intramural 
Manager    (,3);    A.F.S.;    A.S.M.E. 
University  of  .Notre  Dame 


Richard  Neal  Schwartz Clay  City 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Alpha  Phi  Omega  :   Varsity  Baseball  Squad 
(2.     3,     4):     Freshman     Varsity     Baseball 
Squad;    Second    Lieutenant,    Air   Force   RO 
TC;  Arnold  Air  Society:  Accountancy  Club 


Robert  Lawrence  Schwartz.  .  .  .Chicago 
Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
.4  rchitectural   Design 
Barton   House 
A.I.A. 

Wright  Junior  College:   Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


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:■■ 


Donald  Leon  Secard Rod-ford 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;  A.I.Ch.E.;   Illi-Knights 

Illinois  Institute  of  Technology  Extetisior 
at  Rockford  College 


James  John   Sedor Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Jerry  William  Schweiker.  .  . 
Engineering 
M inin g  E n <i inee ring 
M.I.S. 
Honors  Day   (3) 


TJrbana 


Richard   Schweitzer    .  .  . 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta  Psi 
House  President    (  4  ) 
Brown   University 


.  Normal 


John  Henry  Seiler Pana 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (4);    Second    Lieuten- 
ant. Army  ROTC :   National  Defense  Trans- 
portation Association;  A.I.A. 


William  Louis  Selig Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Clark  House 
House     President     (3):     First    Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;   Alpha  Rho  Tau 


Patricia  Anne  Scott La  Grange 

Educal  ion 

Elementary  Education 

Kappa  Alpha  Theta 

Illini    Union    Committee    ( :',.    4):    Y.W.C.A. 

Cabinet    (3.   4):    Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (3) 

Lawrence  College 


Loyd  Edward  Settle Boone,  Ioica 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Phi  Mil  Alpha -Sinfonia :   Concert  Band    (3, 
4);     Football     .Marching    Band     (2,     3.    41; 
First     Regimental     Band      (2);     University 
Orchestra   (3.   4) 
Honors  Day   ( :: ) 


511 


Patricia  Joan  Severin Lurora 

Fine  and   Applied   Arts 
Advertising  Design 
Alpha  Delta   Pi 
Illustrators ;  Mini  Union  Committee  (3,  4)  ; 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Society 


Charles  LaMar  Sheax Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Catholic  University  of  America 


Harriet  Annette  Seymour Virden 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Home  Economics  Club 
Monmouth  College 


John  Riley  Shackelford Chicago 

AgricuK  are 
General  Agriculture 
Agriculture  Club:   Field  and  Furrow;   Hoof 
and  Horn  Club 


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Rita  Louise  Sheehan Rantoul 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Kappa  Delta 
Shi-Ai;  The  Illio  (1,  2)  ;   Illmi  Union  Com- 
mittee  (1.  2,  3,  4)  ;   i'.W.C.A.  Committee  1, 
2)  ;  W.A.A.  (  l,  2,  3,   n  :   University  Chorus 
(I);    Oratorio    Society    ( '_'.    3,    4);    Spanish 
Club,  Young  Republicans  Club 


Rachel  Dicxason   Sheils .  . . .  Champaign 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Pi  Kappa  Lambda;    Mu    Phi  Epsilon ;    Uni- 
versity Sinfonietta  (1,  2,  3,  4);   University 
Orchestra   (1,  2,   3,   4) 
Honors  Day 
Wheaton  College 


Thomas  James   Sii  allcross.  .Park  Rid'/e 
Engineering 
Mecli a niriil  K ngineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Kenneth   Dale   Shanklin Toluea 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
■  Chemistry 
Dornoch 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Phi  Lambda  Upsilon ;  Colo- 
nel, Aii-  Force  ROTC ;  Arnold  Air  Society: 
Pershing  Kiiles:   Scabbard  and  Blade;  Ger- 
man Club;   Rifle  and   Pistol  Club 
Honors  Day  I  1,  '_',    '. ) .  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Barbara  Estelle  Shannon.  ..  .Maywood 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha  Kappa  Alpha 


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Ronald  Myron  Shei/ton Sei/mour 

Liberal  Arts  anil  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   Mathematics 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;    Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Pi   Mu 
Epsilon;  Baptist  Foundation  Student  Coun- 
cil   (2,   3,   4),   president    (4);    Second  Lieu- 
tenant,  Army  ROTC:    Phi  Chi  Eta 
Honors  Day  (1,  2.  :s ) .  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Ernest  Eickelmaxx  Shepard 

Thompsonville 

Liberal  Arts  and    Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   Social  Studies 
Clark  House 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Pyllis  Coventry  Shepherd.  .  .  . Evanston 
Liberal  Arls  and    Sciences 
French 
Delta  Delta  Delta 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta:    Illini    Union    Com- 
mittee ('-'.  3 J 
Honors  Day  U,  3) 


512 


Prank  Mohan  Shappert Belvidere 

Commerce 
Banking  and  Finance. 
Kappa  Sigma 
Beta  Gamma   Sigma;   The   Illio   (3);   Illini 
Union   Committee    13):    Captain,   Air  Force 
ROTC;    Finance   Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 
Cornell   University 


Loren    Edward   Shaw Kini/s 

Agriculture 

Soil  i  'onservation 

Phi  Chi  Eta;  Agricultural   Economics  Club 


Robert   Joseph    Shaw Rockford 

Commen  e 
Accountancy 
Noble   House 
Sigma   Iota  Epsilon:   Hillel  Foundation    (1 
2,  3,  4)  ;  Commerce  Council   (2,  :t,  4)  ;  Cap- 
tain,   Army    ROTC;    Infantry    Club;    Scab- 
bard  and    Blade;    Accountancy   Club;    Illini 
Forensic  Association  ;   United  World  Feder- 
alists 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


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Charles  Lelanh  Shut  \kd Alton 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Chi 
National     Defense    Transportation     Associa- 
tion:  A.S.C.E. 


Frances   Sherman Ea.it  St.   Louis 

Agriculture 
Some  Economics 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
W.A.A.    (4):   Terrapin    CI.   4);    Home  Eco- 
nomics Club    (4) 

Washington  University 


Peter  Kiyoshi   Siiizime Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 
Physics  Society 
1  Conors  Day  ( 1 .  2) 

Navy    Pier   Extension   of   the  University  of 
Illinois 


William  Benninq  Shoemaker.  .  .Chicago 
Commerce 
Management 
Newman   Hall 

Navy    Pier  Activities:    Student  Congress 
(1,  2) 
Honors  Hay   ( 1 ) 

De  Paul  University:  Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the   University  of   Illinois 


CLABENCE    JOSEPH     SlKORSKI.  .  .  .Elmhurst 

Engineering 

Civil  Engineering 

A.S.C.E.;    Ulini    Sportsman's   Club;    Polish 
Club 

Illinois  Institute  of  Techonology 


Joseph  Lowell  Sholtz Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Clark  House 
Marketing  Club:    Second   Lieutenant,   Array 
ROTC ;    Praetorians 


Alax  Earl  Shumacher Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Omega  Beta  Pi:    Navy   Pier  Alumni  As- 
sociation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Eugene  Gerard  Silveri.  .Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
The  Daily  Ulini  (3)  :  Men's  Glee  Club  (4)  ; 
Oratorio     (4);     Marketing    Club;     Student 
Junior    Chamber    of    Commerce,    president 
(3) 


Lawrence  Foster  Silverman.  .  .  .Chicago 
( lommerce 
Property  Insurance 
Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 
The  Daily  Ulini  (1,  2)  ;  Campus  Chest  (1)  ; 
Tribe  of  Ulini:    Varsity  Fencing  Squad   (2, 
3,    4),    Letter    (3,    4);    Freshman    Varsity 
Fencing  Squad;  Fencing  Manager  (1)  ;  Hil- 
lel   Foundation   Student.  Council    (3);   First 
Lieutenant.   Air  Force  ROTC:   Ulini  Insur- 
ance   Society;    Marketing    Club;     Scimitar, 
president  (2) 


Carol  Elizabeth  Shunneson.  .Oak  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Bacteriology 

Alpha  Phi 

Ulini     Theatre     Guild     Manager      (3,     4); 

French  Club 

North  Park  College 


Stacev   Albert    Siders Decatur 

Physical  Education 

Physical  I'd n cation 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 
Sachem;  Tribe  of  Ulini  (2,  3.  4);  Varsity 
Track  Squad  (2.  3.  4).  Letter  (2,  3,  4); 
Freshman  Varsity  Track  Squad:  Varsity 
Cross  Country  Squad  (2)  ;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. Army  ROTC:  Phi  Chi  Eta 


Edward  Jude  Sieben Blue  Island 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S.;   German  Club 

Thornton  Junior  College 


Charles  Ervin  Sieeert Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;   Rifie  and   Pistol   Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Serna  Rebecca  Silverstein Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Sigma  Delta  Pi ;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion ;  Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Peng  Kiang  Sim Singapore,  Malaya 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club 
Honors  Day  (1.2) 


Howard  Laverne  Simmons Herrin 

Agriculture 
Soil  Conservation 
Oregon  House 
House     President      (4)  ;     Pershing     Rifles; 
Scabbard  and  Blade 


Daniel  Martin  Simpson 

Prairie  du  Rocher 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Chemistry 
University  of  Southern  Illinois 


William  Earl  Sieveking Normal 

Agriculture 
Agriculture  Science 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
The  Daily  Ulini   (3.  4)  ;   Football  Marching 
Band   (3,  4)  ;   First  Regimental  Band   (4)  ; 
Second    Regimental    Band    (1,    2);    Senior 
Ball  Committee   (2.   3) 


Joyce   Doreen   Sigel Chicago 

( lommerce 
Secretarial  Training 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Phi  Chi  Theta:   Orchesis   (1,  2);   Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1 ) 


Donald  Robert  Simpson.  .East  St.  Louis 
Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Navy  Council ;   I.A.S. 


Jack  Leslie  Simpson Mackinaw 

( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Commerce    Council    (2,    3)  ;    Second    Lieu- 
tenant,    Army    ROTC ;     Accountancy    Club 
(2,  3,  4)  ;  Student  Junior  Chamber  of  Com- 
merce  (2) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


513 


Ebxest  Sims Chicago 

c merce 

Accountancy 
Newman  Hall 
Honors  Day  (  l  ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Virginia  Mai.  Sinclair Raymond 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
4-H  House 
Star  Course  Manager  (2)  :  W.A.A.  Numer- 
als;   W.A.A.    (4):    Terrapin    (3,   4);    Physi- 
cal Education  Majors  Club 


Earl  Law  Sloan Chicaao 

Engineering 
'Engineering  Physics 

Koinonia 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;    Tan    Beta    Pi:    Phi    Eta 

Sigma;  House  President   (4) 

Honors  Day  (1.  •_'.  :t).  University  of  Illinois 

Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Josephine  Pauline   Smania Oglesby 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  French 
Phi  Kappa  Phi 

La  Salle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 


Harold  John  Sinder Urbanti 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi  Tau  Sigma;  A.P.S. 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Sara  Ruth  Skadpen Danville 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
The  Illio   (3);   Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (1,   2, 
3);   Illini  Christian  Fellowship   (3.  4) 


Gertrude  Virginia  Skinner 

East  St.  Louis 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
W.A.A.    (2);   Women's  Glee  Club    (2);   Ac- 
countancy Club 


Robert  Neal  Sklare Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 
Noble  House 
Freshman   Varsity   Tennis   Squad;    Campus 
Chest  Allocations  and  Advisory  Board  (2)  ; 
Accountancy  Club;  Society  for  the  Advance- 
ment of  Management 


Stanley   Slaw 

( lommerce 
Marketing 

Sigma  Alpha  Mil 
Illini  Union  Committee  (2) 
Wright  Junior  College 


.  ( Chicago 


Whralnn 


Frank  Vrhel  Slepicxa.  .  . 
Education 
Indusl  rial  Education 

Alpha  Delta  Phi 
The  Dailv  Illini  (2,  3.  4),  Photographic 
Editor  (4);  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Crew  (2, 
3);  M.I. A.  Executive  Council  (2);  Foot- 
ball Manager  (2);  Industrial  Education 
Society 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Paul  Slivnick Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Clark  House 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Wright    Junior    College;    Navy    Pier    Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of    Illinois 


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514 


Alice  Mae  Smith. Richmond  Heights,  Mo. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Mathematics 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 

Alpha  Lambda  Delta:  Delta  Sigma  Omicron 

Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


D.wm  Nmi  Smith Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 
Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad;    First 
Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC:     Illini    Forensic 
Association:   Marketing  Club 
Honors  Day  (1) 


Delois  Smith East  St.  Louis 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Hugh  Smith Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Kappa  Alpha  Psi 
Illini   Theatre   Guild   Cast    (3);    Navy   Pier 
Alumni  Association 

Texas   College;    Navy   Pier   Extension  of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


Edwin  Earl  Smith Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Mu sir  Education 
Alpha  Phi  Alpha 
Concert  Band  (3)  :  Football  Marching  Band 
(3);  Canterbury  Foundation  Student  Coun- 
cil (2) 

DePaul  University 


Everett  Gobsuch  Smith Vrbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Star  Course  Manager    (2):    V.M.C.A.   Com- 
mittee  (1):   Football   Marching  Band  (1,  2, 
3)  ;  First  Regimental  Band   (1,  2,  3),  presi- 
dent  (3);   Midshipman.  NROTC 


George  Samuel  Smith Chicago 

Commen  e 

.irroujitancil 

Clark  House 
Accountancy  Club:    Navy   Pier  Alumni  As- 
sociation 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Varsity  Track  Let- 
ter (2) 

Navv  Pier  Extension  of  the  I  Diversity  of 
Illinois 


James   Artih  it-  Smith Joliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Four  Columns 
A.F.S. ;  A.S.M.E. 

Joliet  Junior  College 


James  Henry  smith Roodhouse 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
University    Choir    (4):    University    Chorus 
(1)  ;  Men's  Glee  Club  (2,  3,  4) 


Jerome    Smith Metamora 

Engineering 

i  inl  Engineering 

Second   Lieutenant.   Army   ROTC ;    National 

Defense    Transportation    Association;    A.S. 

C.E. 


Robert  Bi  rton  Snow Streator 

Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
Acacia 
The  lllio  (1,  2)  ;  M.I.N. 


Grace  Katherine  Snydek Aurora 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (3)  :  Campus  Chest  (3, 
4),  Major  Chairman   (4)  ;  Campus  Chest  Al- 
locations and  Advisory   Hoard 
Illinois  Wesleyan  University 


Isidore  Frank  Sobczak Chicago 

Engi ring 

Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi  Tan   Sigma;    A.S.M.E.;    Rifle  and   Pislol 
Club 
Honors  Day   (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Katherine  Elaine   Smith.  .  .Beardstovm 
Education 
Elementa ry  Education 
Cagle  Hall 
Kappa    Delta    Pi:    Campus    Chest    (1,    3); 
Spanish  Club:  Teachers-in-Training  Club 
Honors  Day  (3) 


Kenneth  Glen   Smith  ...  West  Frankfort 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Washington  University 


Richard  Robert  Smith Bock  Island 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Zeta  Psi 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Skull  and  Crescent;  Tau  Beta 
Pi:  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  The  lllio  (2,  3,  4).  Ed- 
itor   (4);    Captain.   Air   Force  ROTC;   A.S. 
M.E. 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  :'. ).  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Robert  Land  Smith Oarmi 

Liberal  Arts  and  Nciences 
Politiral  .Science 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Football      Marching      Band      (2)  ;      Second 
Regimental  Band   (2);   Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC:   National  Defense  Transporta- 
tion Association 


Sergej  Alexander  Sokolov.  .Riga,  Latvia 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Latvian   University  of  Riga 


Richard  Owen  Soldner 

Agriculture 
General  .1  griculture 
Theta  Chi 
DePauw  University 


.  Farina 


.  Farina 


Stanley  R.  Soldner.  .  .  . 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Theta  Chi 

DePauw  University 


Robert   Eugene   nomerfeld Chicago 

Journalism 
A  dvertising 
Tau  Delta  Phi 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma 

Varsitv  Basketball   (1,  2)  ;  Pier  Mini  (1, 
2)  ;  The  Brave  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Susan  Joan  Smith Davenport,  loua 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Sigma  Kappa 
Major  Chairman.  Social  Dances,  Mini  Un- 
ion Committee  (4):  lllini  Union  Council 
(4)  ;  Mini  Union  Committee  (3,  4)  ;  Pan- 
hellenic  Executive  Council  (4);  Freshman 
Advisors  Council  (4) 

Marycrest  College 


Leonard  Edward  Smoler 

Xen-  York  City,  N.  ¥. 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 

Second    Lieutenant.    Army    ROTC:    Market- 
ing Club 


Claire  Florence  Somerfield 

Toledo,  Ohio 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Sigma  Delta  Tau 
Mini  Union  Committee  (2,  3) 


Barbara  Jane  Somers Fairbury 

Commerce 

Commercial  Teaching 

Phi  Mu 

Mini  Union  Committee  (1)  ;  Mini  Theatre 

Guild  Crew  (1,  2)  ;  Women's  Glee  Club  (3, 

4) 


515 


Robert  Foster  Sonderskov.  .Champaign 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Phi  Delta  Theta 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast   (1, 
2);  Campus  Chest  (1,  2,  3),  director  (4); 
Student    Senate    (1);    X.S.A.    Senate    Sub- 
committee   (1):    Campus   Chest   Allocations 
and  Advisory  Board    (4):   Concert  and  En- 
tertainment Board    (3,   4);   Captain,   Army 
ROTC;  Phalanx 


Katiiijrine  Anne  Soucek Lyons 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Morton  Junior  College 


Doreen  Joan  Soukup Oicero 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Theta  Upsilon 
Illini    Union    Committee    (3,    4);    Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (3) 

Morton  Junior  College 


Kathleen  Sarah  Spaulding Vrbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
The  Daily  Illini  (1 )  ;  University  Chorus  (1) 


Shirley  Anns  Spencer Springfield 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Landscape  Architecture 
Alpha  Phi 
Alpha  Alpha  Gamma;   Landscape  Architect 
Sim  iety 


Howard   Hans   Spicker Chicago 

Education 

Education  of  Mentally  Handicapped 

Children 

Phi  Epsilon  Pi 

New  York  University;   University  of  Wis- 
consin 


Jack   Spiegelman Jerseyville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Illi  Knights 
Illini  Union  Committee  (4);  Campus  Chest 
(4);    M.I. A.    Executive   Council    (2,    3,    4); 
House    President     (3);    Hillel    Foundation 
Student  Council   (2,  3.    1)  ;  Spanish  Club 
Washington  University 


Henry  Raymond  Spies Ashham 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
Sigma   Tan;    Illinois   Tcilmograph    (3,    4); 
First    Lieutenant,    Air    Force    ROTC;    A.S. 
A.E.;  A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day  (  2 ) 


Wayne  Frank  Si-inks Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Industrial  Design 
College  Hall 


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516 


Allen  James  Spirtas Chicago 

Commerce  " 
Accountancy 
Lundgren  House 
Accountancy  Club:  French  Club;  Navy  Pier 
Alumni  Association:   Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Emil  Sporleder.. Mount  Prospect 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Gargoyle;  A. LA. ;  Gamma  Delta 
Honors  Day  (1,2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  LTniversity  of 
Illinois 


Nick  Stachniak Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
College  Hall 
Sigma  Delta  Chi 

Northwestern  University:   Navy  Pier  Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Anita  Mae  Stahl Prairie  View 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
W.A.A.     (1):    Illini    Rural    Observer    (2); 
Home  Economics  Club 


Jerre  William  Staley Modesto 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Second  Lieutenant.  Air  Force  ROTC;  Agri- 
culture Club:  Poultry  Science  Club 


Walter  Fred  Stanke Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Lundgren  House 
Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 

Honors  Day  (1,  2.  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Elaine  Vivian  Stark River  Forest 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Cagle  Hall 
Y.M.C.A,    Committee     (4):    Campus    Chest 
(3);    W.A.A.    (1.    2);    Oratorio   Society    (1. 
2 )  ;  Sociology  Club 
Cornell  College 


.  Champaign 


Leo   Hopping  Stark 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma  Chi 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma 


Otto  Gene  Stark Oak  Lawn 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Captain.     Army     ROTC:     Pershing    Rirles; 
Scabbard  and    Blade     A.I.A. ;   Fine  and  Ap- 
plied Arts  Society;    Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Ha.mrin  Stasell Runsom 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
Tau  Nu  Tau;  A.S.A.E. 
University  of  Pittsburgh 


Joan  Klixe  Stauffer 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 

University  Orchestra   (3,  4) 
MacMurray  College 


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Edward  Otto  Stejskal Berwyn 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

t   he  mist  ft/ 

Phi  Kappa  Phi;    Phi   Lambda   Upsilon  ;    Pi 
Mu  Epsilon 
Honors  Day   (  3) 

Morton  Junior  College 


Jack  Walter  Stembercer 


Chicago  Heights 


Commerce 
.1  ccowntancy 
Newman  Hall 
Thornton  Junior  College 


John  Dale  Stauffer Baylis 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Hill  Hall 
Campus    Chest    (3,    4)  ;    M.I.A.    Executive 
Council  (3)  :  House  President  (2,  3)  ;  Cam- 
pus Chest  Allocations  and   Advisory  Board 
(3)  ;   Major,  Air  Force  ROTC ;   Arnold  Air 
Society;  A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


Janet   Louise   Stearn Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Sigma  Kappa 
Mask    and     Bauble;     Mini    Theatre    Guild 
Manager    (4)  ;    Mini   Theatre   Guild   Board 
(3) 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


Robert  Frank  Stedroxsky 

North  Riverside 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark  House 
The  Daily  Mini  (1);  Mini  Theatre  Guild 
Cast  (2)  ;  Campus  Chest  (3)  ;  House  Presi- 
dent (3):  Commerce  Council  (3,  4),  presi- 
dent (4)  ;  Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC; 
Phi  Chi  Eta;  Accountancy  Club,  president 
(4);  Mini  Forensic  Association;  Marketing 
Club;  Spanish  Club 


Leo  Walter   Steinbrenner Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Architecture 

Theta  Xi 

House  President  (3);  A, I. A.;  Gamma  Delta 

Illinois    Institute    of    Technology;    Navy 

Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


John  Donald  Stenquist Park  Ridge 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  Michael  Stephen Joliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Loras  College 


Joyce  Ada  Sterxaman Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma  Kappa 
Mortar  Board:   Torch;    Shi-Ai;    Gamma  Al- 
pha Chi;  The  Daily  Mini   til;   Mini  Union 
Board   (4);   Major  Chairman,   Mini  Union 
Committee    (3):    Mini   Union   Council    (3); 
Mini    Union    Committee     (2);    Panhellenic 
Executive  Council   (3)  ;  Women's  Glee  Club 
(3)  ;  Mini  Forensic  Association;  Young  Re- 
publicans Club 


Bertha  Mae  Sternberg Sparta 

Agriculture 
General  Home  Economics 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Mini  Union  Committee   (1,   2);  W.A.A.   (3, 
4)  ;  Women's  Glee  Club  (3,  4  1  ;  Mini  Rural 
Observer  (4)  ;  Home  Economics  Club;  Mini 
Forensic  Association 


Donald  Joseph  Steingisser.  . 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
First  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


.Madison 


Barbara  Kay  Stevenson.  .  .  .Toledo,  Ohio 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
University  of  Toledo 


Robert  Ewald  Steinhagen 

Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
A.T.A. 

University  of  Wisconsin 


James  Ferdinand  Steixkamp.  . 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Club  Chalmers 
Field  and  Furrow,  president  (4) 
Quincy  College 


Davey  Lee  Stewart Galesburg 

Commerce 

Industrial  Administration 

Phi  Eta  Sigma:  Varsity  Tennis  Squad  (4)  ; 

Freshman   Varsity  Tennis  Squad;   A.I.E.E.- 

i.r.e. 

Navv  Pier  Activities:  Student  Congress 
(2)  ;  Varsity  Basketball  Squad  (1,  2)  ;  Var- 
sity Tennis  Squad  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 

William  Richard  Stimart 

Downers  Grove 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta  Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da;    Sachem:    Mini    Union    Com- 
mittee  (1);   Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (1);   Ma- 
jor I   (4)  ;   Student    Senate   (4)  :  Tribe  of  II- 
lini    (4)  ;    Intramural    Manager    (2,    3,   4)  ; 
Senior   Intramural    Manager    (4);    Athletic 
Council    (4);    IM   Rec   Board    (3,   4),  presi- 
dent (4)  ;  Accountancy  Club 


517 


Barbara  Kith   Stinson Gary,  Ind. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Art  Education 
Sigma  Kappa 

Indiana   University;    Gary  College:    Uni- 
versity nf  Denver 


Harold  Lloyh  Strauss Chicago 

Commerce 

AcciiunUlnctl 

Lundgren  House 

The   Daily   Illini    (2);    Campus   Chest    (3); 
Second   Lieutenant.   Army  ROTC;   Account- 
ancy  Club:    Illini    Insurance   Society;    Mar- 
keting  Club 
Honors   Day   (2,   3) 


Gordon  Allan-  Stockman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Illini  Christian  Fellowship   (4)  ;  Navy  Pier 
Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois:   Wilson  Junior  College 


Roland  Spencer  Strawn Canton 

Engineering 
.  Electrical  Engineering 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Sigma  Tau;  Tau  Beta  Pi:  Phi  Eta  Sigma; 
Eta  Kappa  Nu;  Mask  and  Bauble;  Pierrots; 
The  Illio   (2)  ;  Illini  Union  Committee  (4)  ; 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Manager    (2,    3,    4); 
Star   Course   Manager    (2);    Campus   Chest 
(2)  ;  Captain,  Army  ROTC;  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3,  4).  University  of  Illi- 
nois Scholarship  Key 


Artiil'b  Dinsmoki.  Stoddard Urbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Chi  Psi 
Board  of  Fraternity  Affairs    (3,   4);    Inter- 
fraternity  Council    (2,   3,  4) 
Honors  Day   (  3  ) 

University  of  Michigan 


Patricia  Marilyn  Strole.  .  .Granite  City 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Sociology 

Hillcrest 
Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (2) 


Dontali>  111  axe  STOETZEL Washington 

Commerce 
Industrial  Administration 
Gar-Men 
Captain,  Army  ROTC;  Phalanx;  Zela  Sigma 
Alpha 


Alan  With  man  Strong Marshall 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Education 
Browery 
Illini   Theatre  Guild   Cast    (2);   First  Lieu- 
tenant, Air  Force  ROTC;  French  Club;  Il- 
lini Forensic  Association;  Young  Democrats 
Club 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


William  Henry  Stoeweb.  .  .  . 
Engineering 
Mining  Engineering 
Grenada  Manor 
M.I.S. 
Honors  Day  (  1 ) 


.  Galena 


JovcE  Eileen  Strong Collinsville 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Zeta 
W.A.A.     (1,    2,    3.    4);    Terrapin     (3,    4); 
Physical  Education  Majors  Club 


Gail  Pauline   Stoker Joliet 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 


Patricia  Ann  Sthuth Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Sigma  Kappa 
Illini     Union     Committee     (2)  ;     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee   (1);   German  Club;   Young  Re- 
publicans Club 


Robert  Dennis  Stoli Lincoln 

Engineering 
Civil  E ngineermg 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Sachem:   Skull  and  Crescent;  Tau  Beta  Pi; 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Chi  Epsilon;  The  Illio  (1. 
2,  3),   Assistant   Editor   CI);   Football  Man- 
ager (1)  ;  A.S.C.E. 

Honors  Day  (1.  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Oeorge  Stulik,  Jr Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Clarke 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Herzl  Junior  College;   Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Jerry  Curtis  Stone Chicano 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Campus   Chest    (2,    3);    Varsity   Swimming 
Squad     ('_'.     3);     Freshman    Varsity    Swim- 
ming Squad  ;  Dolphins  (2,  ::) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  i  lie  University  of 
Illinois 


Larry  Earl  Stump Harvey 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Pi  Tau  Sigma  ;   S.A.E. 
Thornton  Junior  College 


August  Thomas  Storr liellcrilir 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chi', a icu I  /-.' a iji a ee ring 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Star  and  Scroll:    Sigma   Tau;   Phi  Eta   Sig- 
ma; Concert  Band   (3,   4);   Football  March- 
ing Band  (1,  2,  3)  :  Firsi  Regimental  Band 
(1,  2)  :  A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day  ( 1 ) 


518 


Davih  Bvrforii  Stutsman Nashville 

Law 
I. a  a 
Sigma  Nu 
Phi  Alpha  Delta:    National   Defense  Trans- 
portation Association  ;   Junior  Bar  Associa- 
tion 

University     of     Oklahoma;      Washington 
University 


CABOLYN    Sl'LLIVAN Mt.  Pulaski 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Sociology 

Gamma  Phi  Beta 

Illini  Union  Committee   (  1  )  :   Illini  Theatre 

Guild  Crew  (3)  ;  V.W.C.A.  Committee  (1)  ; 

W.A.A.    (3,  4) 

Bradley  University 


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Raymond  Swansea,  Je Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech a iiii-iil  E ng i n ee ring 
Parade  Ground  Units 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day  (1 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;   Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Robert  Melvin  Sullivan.  .  .  .Dallas,  Tex. 
Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da;     Sachem;     Star    and     Scroll; 
Tribe  of  Illini;   Cheerleader;   Varsity  Gym- 
nastics Squad   (2,   3,   4),  Captain   (4);   Let- 
ter (2,  3,  4)  ;  Freshman  Varsity  Gymnastics 
Squad;   Dolphins  (1,  2,  3) 
Honors  Day  (2) 


Grauher  Sultan Peshawar,  Pakistan 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 
Punjab  University 


Dennis  George  Summers Clinton 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  E cono  mics 
Phi  Gamma  Delta 


Donald  Clarence  Sund.  .  .  .Crystal  Lake 
Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
I.A.S.;  Illini  Sportsman's  Club 


Marilyn  Jean  Sundquist Rock  ford 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teach  inn 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Phi  Chi  Theta 

University  of  Colorado 


George    Svoboda Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
A.I. A.;  A.S.C.E.;  Tall  Illini  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Carroll  Edward  Swanson 

Minneapolis,  Minn. 
Fine  and  A  pplied  Arts 
Landscape  Operation 
Forsite   (2)  ;   Landscape  Architecture  Soci- 
ety: United  World  Federalists 

University   of   Minnesota:    Bradley    Uni- 
versity; University  of  California 


Leslie  Gerard  Swabtz.  .  .Western Springs 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Zoology 

Theta  Delta  Chi 

Universitv    Chorus     (2)  ;     Oratorio    Society 

(3.  4) 

Lyons  Township  Junior  College;   North- 
western University 


Lind  \  Kay  Swartz Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Illini  Union  Board  (3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Eiiil  Sweet East  Moline 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Graham  Lodge 
Illinois  Technograph    (1,    'J.    3);    A.I.E.E.- 
C.R.E. 


MaRCELINE    Svkis Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Delta  Sigma  Theta 
Panhellenic  Executive  Council   (4);  Young 
Democrats  Club 

Pasadena  City  College 


Marilyn    Szold Peoria 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Alpha  Epsilon  Phi 

Torch;   The  Illio    (1)  ;    Illini  Theatre  Guild 

Manager  (1);  Star  Course  Manager  (1,  2, 

3) 


(its  Svolos Cicero 

Law 
Law 
Newman  Hall 
Nu  Beta  Epsilon;   Junior  Bar  Association: 
Young  Democrats  Club 
Morton  Junior  College 


Vs        2 


Richard  Charles  Takacs Chicago 

Commerce 
Advertising 
Newman  Hall 
Marketing  Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Laneenier  Swain Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Delta  Sigma  Theta 
House  President  (4) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Wayne  Everett  Tvlbot Paxton 

Agriculture 
Marketing 
Agricultural   Economics   Club ;    Agriculture 
Club 


519 


Leonard  Walter  Tamkin Chicago 

C merce 

Accountancy 
Parade  Ground  Units 

Ac  ( •ountancy  ( 'l\ib 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


TOH-BEE  Tax 1/ioh  Pcrak,  Malaga 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 

Priceome 
Alpha   Lambda  Delia:    Omega  Beta  Pi;   W. 
A.A.  (I.  2,  3,  4):  Women's  Glee  Club  (4); 
Chinese  Students  Club;  German  Club;  Navy 
Pier  Alumni  Association;   Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  ( 1 .  2  ) 

William  Penn  College;   Navy  Pier  Exten- 
sion of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Richard  William  Tank Park  Ridge 

Physical  Education 
]'h  ysica  I  Ed  II  ratio  a 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
Freshman  Varsity  Football   Squad;   Second 
Sportsman's 


Marines;     Illini 


Lieutenant, 
Club 

Iowa  Wesleyan  College 


Audrey  Martha  Taymor Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.4  it  Education 
Indeco 
Illini    Theatre    Guild     Crew     (3);    Spanish 
Club 


Harold  John  Tejes Elgin 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 

Lundgren  House 

A.I. A.;  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club 

Illinois    Institute    of    Technology;     Navy 
Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Orven  Jack  Tendall 

Commerce 
Economics 
Aurora  College 


.Aurora 


Richard  Anthony  Tarizzo J  olid 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Lundgren  House 
Joliet  Junior  College 


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Betty  Jane  Terhcne Petersburg 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Shorter    Board;     Phi     Chi     Theta :     Major 
Chairman,  Square  Dance.  Illini  Union  Com- 
mittee   (3);    Major   Chairman,    Dads'    Day, 
Illini    Union    Committee    (4);    Illini   Union 
Council  (3,  4)  :  Illini  Union  Committee  (2)  ; 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1):   House  President 
(3)  ;  Accountancy  Club 


I  ,v 


Richard  Robert  Tarrant.  .  .  .Champaign 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet  (3,  4)  ;  Y.M.C.A.  Commit- 
tee  (2,   3,  4);   Military    Ball  Committee'    (2, 
3);   Ensign,   NROTC;   Marketing  Club:   So- 
ciety for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Honors  Day  (  3) 


Mary  Lou  Terry Champaign 

Physical  Education 

Ph g.s ical  Ed uca tion 
Alcestis 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (1,  2);  W.A.A.  Board 
(2);    Major   I;    W.A.A.    Numerals;    W.A.A. 
(1,  2,  3,  4)  ;  Terrapin   (3.  4)  ;  Physical  Ed- 
ucation Majors  Club 


520 


Mary  Ruth  Tate Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Mathematics 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Omega    Beta    Pi:    Illini    Union    Committee 
(1)  ;  Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1) 
Honors  Day  (  1  ) 


Anx  Breckinridge  Tailor 

North  Tarrytown,  N.  T. 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi  Omega 
Theta  Sigma  Phi;  The  Daily  Illini   (3)  ;    Il- 
lini Union  <  lommittee  (  3  ) 
Mary  Baldwin  College 


Chellis  Eugene  Taylor Canton 

Agriculture 
Agricultural  Economics 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Star  Course  Manager  (2)  ;  House  President 
(4);    Football  Marching  Band   (2);   Second 
Regimental    Band    (1)  ;    McKinley   Founda- 
tion    Student    Council     (3);     Captain,    Air 
Force  KOTC 


Jerome  Norman  Taylor.  .New  York,  N.  ¥. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Pi  Lambda  Phi 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:  Alpha  1'hi  Omega;  Psi  Chi; 
Arnold  Air  Society:   Pershing  Rifles:   Scan- 
bard  and  Blade;  Young  Republicans  Club 

University   of    Oklahoma ;    University    of 
Tulsa 


William  Ray  TesSIEN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lutheran    Foundation    Student   Council    (3, 
4)  ;  Accountancy  Club 
Wright  Junior  College 


Kenneth  James  Thelen Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Captain,  Armv  ROTC ;  Alpha  Rho  Tau;  A. 
I. A.;  A.S.C.E. 

Illinois  State  Normal  University 


Irene  Diana  Theodore Gary,  Ind. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Phi  Kappa  Phi;   Mu  Phi  Epsilon.  president 
(3)  ;  Illini  Theatre  Guild  Cast  (3,  4)  ;  Uni- 
versity Choir  (3,  4)  ;  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Council  (3) 
Honors  Day  (4) 

University  of  Indiana 


Olav  Kristian  Theodorsen.  Oslo,  Norway 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.;  Rifle  and   Pistol  Club 
University  of  Oslo 


Ralph  Joseph  Thieman Quincy 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Alpha  1'hi  Omega :   University  Chorus  (4)  ; 
Marketing  Club 
Quincy  Collet 


fr  c . 


Richard  Leon  Thies Gibson 

Liberal  Arts  ami  Sciences 
Law 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Ma- Wan-Da ;  Y.M.C.A.,  president  (4): 
C.A.     Board    of    Directors     (4);     Y.M 
Cabinet    (3,   4);   Y.M. C.A.   Committee 
Freshman  Varsity  Basketball  Squad:  P 
man    Varsity    Baseball    Squad;    Men's 
Club   (2);   junior  Bar  Association;   Y 
Democrats  Club 


City 


Y.M. 
.C.A. 

(3); 
resh- 

Glee 
oung 


Wavxe  Edwaed  Thomas Dixon 

Commerce 
Management 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Alpha  Kappa 
Psi ;  Sigma  Iota  Epsilon :   Star  Course  Man- 
ager  (2,  3,  4),  Senior  Manager  (4):  Y.M. 
C.A.    Committee    (1);    Concert    Baud    (1.    2. 
::.  4)  :  Football  Marching  Band   (1,  2.  3.  4)  ; 
Concert  and  Entertainment  Board  (4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


Gene  Irvin  Thomasson Vrbann 

Engineering 
Ceramic  Engineering 
Tau  Kappa  Epsilon 
Sigma  Tau;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;   Keramos 
Honors  Day  (1,  3) 


Nick  Thomopotjlos 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta  Chi 


.  Chicago 


Donald   Edward   Thompson. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day  (3) 


.  Decatur 


Donald  Eliot  Thompson Tishitna 

Pine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Joe  Amos  Thompson 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Accountancy  Club 


.  Quincy 


Morgan  Houohto.v  Thompson',  Jr. 

Providence,  R.  I. 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
University  of  Wisconsin 


fcl^fc 


William  Alan  Thompson Paxtou 

Agriculture 
General  .1  griculture 


Robert  Wallace  Thwaites 

Detroit,  Mich. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Acacia 
A.I. A. 

Grand  Rapids  Junior  College 


George  John  Tikalskv,  Jr Chicago 

Education 
Industrial  Education 

Military  Ball  Committee  (4):  Captain, 
Army  ROTC;  Military  Council:  Pershing 
Rifles;  Phalanx:  Tau  Nu  Tau.  president 
(4):    Industrial    Education   Society 


Nancy  Lr<  ille  Tilroe Flossmoor 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music 
Vanlig 
Mu    Phi    Epsilon;     [II  in  i    Union    Committee 
(1):    Oratorio   Society    (2);    Fine  and  Ap- 
plied Arts  Council    I  .!.   4  ) 
Honors  Day   (  2.  3  ) 


Ellen  Sarah  Tbjkoff Chicago 

Law 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Orchesis    (1):    Accountancy    Club:    Junior 
Bar  Association 

Gregg   College:    Navy    Pier   Extension    of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


Tihelma  Leonop.  Tirol 

Iloilo  City,  Philippines 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence  Hall 
Ulini  Union  Committee   (3.  4);   W.A.A.   (3, 
4) 

Iloilo  City  College 


John   Pail  Tisevich Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Barton  House 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day  ( 2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


HAROLD   Casseluerry   Todd Sandoval 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising  Design 

Freshman  Varsity  Gymnastics  Squad 
Blackburn  College 


Richard  Lee  Tomei Christopher 

Engineering 

General  Engineering 

Triangle 

Star    and    Scroll:     Interfraternity    Council 

(3);     Captain.      Army     ROTC;      Ordnance 

Club;   A.S.M.E. 


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Henrx  Sawyer  Tomlinson.  .  .New  Lenox 
Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Kappa,  Delta  Rho 
University   Chorus    (3);    Agriculture  Club; 
Field,  unci   Furrow 
Joliet  Junior  College 


Geraldine  Mae  Tonm  .  .  .  . 
Journalism 
Editorial 
(  agle  Hall 
Thetn  Sigma  Phi 

Northwestern  University 


Robert  Peter  Torkelson Urbana 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.4  rchitectural  Engineering 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Gargoyle;  A. I. A.:  A.S.C.E. 


Central    State  Teachers'    College; 
sity  of  Wisconsin 


Univer- 


M  iry   Elizabeth    Tressel Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Evans  Hall 
Gamma  Delta:    Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 
Honor';  Day  ( 3 ) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Kathryx  Elizabeth  Trimmer 

Cerro  Gordo 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Rosewood 
Zetr,  Phi  Eta:  Spanish  Club 


Julia  Jeanine  True Craig,  Mo. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
( 'hemistry 

linsey  Hall 

Linden  v.  nod  College 


Milton  Allen  Tornheim Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
ACS,;    German    Club;    Navy   Pier   Alum  li 
Association;   Young  Democrats  Club 

Herzl  Junior  College:  Roosevelt  College; 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
1  llinois 


▲'fe 


James  Robert  Trurax Johnston  City 

Physical  Education 

Physical  Education 
Delta  Tan  Delta 
Varsity   Football    Squad    (2,    3):    Freshman 
Varsity  Football   Squad;    Freshman   Varsity 
Basketball  Squad;   National  Defense  Trans- 
portation 


John  Robert  Towers Springfield 

Engineering 
San  it  ail/  Engineering 
Alpha   Kappa  Lambda 
star  and  Scroll;  Campus  Chest   ('-'):   Inter- 
fraternity  Council   (2,  :i )  ;   Intramural  Man- 
ager (2,  3):   1M  Rec  Board  (3,  4);  Major, 
Air    Force    ROTC;    Air    Force    Council:    Ar- 
nold Air  Society;   A.S.C.E.;   Mu-San,  presi- 
dent (4) 


Barbara  Jean  Townes Gary,  Ind. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English  Education 

Delt'.  Sigma  Tbeta 
Illini    Theatre    Guild    Crew     (4):    German 
Club:    Spanish.  Club 


Don  Garrett  Townsend 

.1  llniiiurrqar.  X.  Mis. 
Engineering 
Metallurgical  Engineering 
A.l.Ch.E.;  .MIS. 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


David  Arthur.  Traeger Dc*  Planus 

< 'cimnierce 
.4  ccountancy 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 
P.eta    Alpha    Psi ;     Varsity    Baseball    Squad 
(2);     Freshman     Varsity     Baseball    Squad; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors  Day   (  1,  -'.  3) 


Vincent  Paul  Travers    Youngstown,  Ohio 
Journalism 
Advertising 

I'bi  Eta  Sigma 


522 


Ivan  Socrates  Tshilds Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.4  rchitectural  Engineering 
Kumonami 
A. LA.:  A.S.C.E. 

Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Kwang-xan  Tt'AX Taipeh,  China 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Ohm-Sweet-Ohm 
Sigma  Tan;  Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E.:  Chinese 
Students  Club 
Park  College 


Thomas  Clifton  Tucker 

Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Chemical  Engineering 

Cosmopolitan 

Sigma  Tan:    Phi  Eta  Sigma:   Concert   Band 

(  1.  'J.  :'..  4  )  ;   Football  Marching  Band  (  I.  2, 

3,    4);    First.    Regimental    Hand    (1):    Mens 

Glee  Club  (  l  )  ;  Illinois  Technograph  (1.  2, 

3,    4):     A.l.Ch.E.;     French    Club:     German 

Club 

Honors  Day  (  1.  2.  :'. )  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Kej 


Rkv  Ching   Ti ~xu Shanghai,  China 

Engineering 
Ceramic  Engineering 
Keratites 

University  of  Shanghai 


Peggy  Joan  Turxbow Centralis 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Shorter    Board;     Mask    and     Bauble:     Illini 
Union   Committee    (1);    Illini  Theatre  Guild 
Manager   (2.   3.  4) 
Honors  Day   t  1  ) 


Joanne  Marie  Turner Centralia 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Marketing  Club 

Centralia  Township  Junior  College 


Fumi  Anthony  Vaisvil Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  ami  Sciences 
Social  Studies 
Newman  Hall 

Xnvv  Pier  Activities:  The  Brave  (2); 
Varsity  Football  Squad  (1,  2);  Host  of  II- 
lini 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
I  llinois 


.  .  Vandalia 


Josephine  Ann  Turner. . . 
Agriculture 
Home  Economi 
Beta  House 

Home  Economics  Club 
MacMurray  College 


Nancy   Lee   Turppa Zion 

Liberal  Arts  anil  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Rosewood 
Alpha     Lambda      Delta;      Zeta      Phi     Eta; 
W.A.A.  (3,  4)  ;  University  Chorus  (1,  2) 
Illinois  Wesleyan  University 


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Dominic  John  Valesano LaSalle 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 


Bea  Ann   VanDenburgh.  .Downers  Grove 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology  and  Economics 
Alpha  Xi   Delta 
Illini     Union     Committee     (4);     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (3,  4  >  :  W.A.A.   (  3,  4  I 
State  I  uiversity  of  low  a 


Robert  Arthur  Tuttle,  .  .  .Poplar  Grove 

Agriculture 

Agricultural  Education 

Parade  Ground  Units 

Agricultural    Education    Club;    Agriculture 

Club 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Donald  Peter  Van  Rossen Chicago 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Phi     Kappa     Epsilon;     Varsity     Swimming 
Squad    (J.   :i):    Letter   (3):   Freshman    Var- 
sity Swimming  Squad;   Dolphins   (2,  3,  4). 
president  ( 4 ) 
Honors  Day   (1,  2,  3) 
Olympic  Senior  College 


Kenneth  John  Twohey Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau:  Chi  Epsilon;  A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day  ( 2) 

University  of  Idaho 


Evaldas    I'kleikis Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
University    of     Freiburg;     University    of 
Turbingen 


William  Susumu  Ujiiye Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Noble  House 
Accountancy  Club;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Asso- 
ciation 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Richard  Quintion   Underwood.  .Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Speech 

Psi  Upsilon 

Illini    Theatre    Guild     Cast     (4)  ;     Campus 

Chest  (2)  ;  Polish  Club;  Young  Republicans 

Club 

Coo  College 


Philip  Joseph   Urso Chicago 

Engineering 
Mining  Engineering 
Flagg  House 
Tribe  of  Illini;   Varsity  Fencing  Squad   (3, 
4).   Letter   (3.   4):    MIS.;    Scimitar 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert   Uyetani Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 
Physics  Society 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Charlks  Oral  Vel/.y.  .White  Plain*.  X.  Y. 

Engineering 

Mechanical  Engineering 

Delta  Phi 

A.S.M.E. 

Rensselaer  Polytechnic  Institute 


Bernardo  Antonio  Vergara.  .  .  .Panama 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
Campus  Chest   (2,  3);   Board  of  Fraternitj 
Affairs  (4);  Interfraternity  P.all  Committee 
(3);  A.S.C.E.;  Ibero-American  Association ; 
Scimitar;  Spanish  Club 
University  of  Panama 


Richard  Lloyd  Vetter Aledo 

Agriculture 
Vocational  A  griculture 
Alpha   Zeta,   president    (4);    Alpha  Tau   Al- 
pha;     Agricultural     Council      (4);     All-Ag 
Field  Day  Committee  (4):  Agricultural  Ed- 
ucation Club;   Agriculture  Club;   Hoof  and 
Horn  Club 
Honors  Day  (  3  ) 
Augustana  College 


Vernon  Glenn  Vetter Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Jai  ob  Karl  Viks Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
.A  rchitecture 
A.I.A. 

D-liti:    I  ni-v?rsity      N'svy    I  ier   E'xtencim 
(if  the  University  of  Illinois 


Frank  Kenneth  Villari Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Biology 
Navy   Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Robert  John  Vinsec Downers  Grove 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Sachem;      M.I. A.     Executive 
Council    (2,    3,    4).    president.    (4):    House 
President    (2);   University  Choir    (1):    Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Army  ROTO;  Mini  Sports- 
man's Club 


Robert  Keith  Wagner Mattoon 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Chi  Phi 
Skull  and  Crescent:   Interfraternity  Council 
(2);     House    President     (3);     Major,    Air 
Force  ROTC;  Air  Force  Council 


GEORGE  Hansen-  Wahl Areola 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
V.M.C.A.  Committee   (4);   First  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;    Infantry  Club;    Mini  Sports- 
man's Club 


Ella  Jean  Walker Maryville,  Tenn. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Philosophy 
Presbyterian  Hall 
Mortar  Board;   Torch:   Alpha   Lambda  Del- 
ta:  Y.W.C.A.   Cabinet.    (2,   3,   4);   Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (1);   W.A.A.   (2):   Student  Reli- 
gious   Council    (3);    McKinlev    Foundation 
Student  Council  (.2.  :^.  4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Nicholas  Gerald  Vivona Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Mathematics 

Wright  Junior  College;   Roosevelt  College 


Ronald  James  Wallace.  . 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Sigma  Nu 

Mini  Union  Committee    (3) 

Joliet  Junior  College 


.  Lockport 


.  Chicago 


Burton  Barry  Vlay 

( 'ommerce 
Accountancy 

Lundgren   House 

Accountancy  Club:   Praetorians 
Honors  Day   (1,  2,  3) 


George  Dt  ane  Von  Lanken Arthwr 

Agriculture 
Vocational  A  griculture 
College  Hall 
Alpha  Tau  Alpha;    Agricultural    Education 
Club:    Field   and    Furrow;    Hoof   and    Horn 
Club 
Honors  Day  (1.  :i ) 


Allen  James  Vornsand Hinsdale 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Latin  American  Studies 
Phi  Kappa  Epsilon:   V.M.C.A.  Cabinet   (3); 
V.M.C.A.  Committee   (  :!.  4):   Mi-Knights 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


James  Arthur  Waggoner TerseyviUc 

Engineering 
En fliiic e ring  I'h ysics 
Wesmen 
'lau     lieta     Pi;     Phi     Ela     Sigma:     Football 
Marching    Band    (2,    :;i:    First   Regimental 
Hand    (2.   :i )  ;   Second   Regimental   Hand    (1) 
Honors  Day   (  1.  2.  :i )  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Si  holarship  Key 


George  ('ti  irles  Wagner Qnincy 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engim  i  i  ing 
Phi   Kappa   Phi:    Tau    Beta    Pi;    Eta  Kappa 
Xu:    A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Qui. icy  College 


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Robert  Lee  Waller Paris 

Commerce 
Indus! rial  Administration 
Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Delta   Sigma  Omicron  :    Society  for  the  Ad- 
vancement of  Management 

Galesbnrg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Florence   Mary   Walters Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
Gamma    Alpha    Chi:    The    Illio    (3);    Y.W. 
C.A.  Committee   ( :i )  :   Campus  Chest   (3) 
St.  Mary-of-the-Woods  College 


Gerald  Gi  mm  Walters Peotone 

Physical  Education 

Ph  i/sira  I  Ed  it  rat  ion 
Pi  Kappa  Phi 
Star  and  Scroll;   Interfraternity  Council   ("J. 
:;):    Second   Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


Charles  Frederick  Wamsley 

Indianapolis,  Ind. 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 

Rogers  Hon-' 
A.I.A. 

Jiuller  University 


David  Aloysii  s  Ward Toliel 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

Sigma    Tau;    V.M.C.A.    Cabinet     (4):    Y.M. 
C.A.  Committe*    I  :t )  :  A.S.M.E.;  S.A.E. 
Joliet  Junior  College 


Donald  Edwakd  Ward Washington 

Law 

haw 
Chi  Psi 
Phi  Delta  Phi;  Concert.  Land   (1,  2)  :  Foot- 
ball   Marching    Band    (1,    2);    Junior    Bar 
Association 


Philip  Henry  Ward,  Jr Sterling 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 
The  Daily  Illini    ( 1 )  ;   Illini  Union  Commit- 
tee  (1,  2*   3);   Student  Senate   (2);   Second 
Lieutenant.  Air  Force  ROTC;  French  Club; 
Junior  Bar  Association  :  Young  Republicans 
Club 


Paul.  Richard  Ware Tuscola 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Sigma  Chi 
Tribe  of  Illini  (3,  4)  ;  Varsity  Track  Squad 
(3.  4) 

Illinois  Wesleyan  University 


Lowell.  Eugene  Warner Forest.  City 

Agriculture 
Animal  Science 
Farm  House 
Agricultural  Council   (4)  ;  All-Ag  Field  Day 
Committee    (  3  )  ;    Plowboy   Prom   Committee 
(2.     3);     Zeta    Sigma    Alpha;     Agriculture 
Club;    Hoof   and   Horn    Club;    Horticulture 
Club;  Poultry  Science  Club,  president  (4) 


William  Edward  Warren  . 
Commerce 
Management 
College  of  the  Pacific 


.Reno,  Nev. 


John  Evan  Wasco Brownsville,  Pa. 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 

Synton 

Honors  Day  (1,  2) 


William  Arthur  Washburn .Crystal  Lake 
Commerce 
Account  a  nci/ 
Club  311 
Illini    Union    Committee    (3);    Accountancy 
Club;   Society  for  the  Advancement,  of  Man- 
agement, 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Walter  Eugene   Washington.  .  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Kappa  Alpha  Psi 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (3)  ;   Navy  Pier  Alum- 
ni Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities  :    Host  of  Illini   (2) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Helen  Judith  Wasserman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Sherwood  Lodge 
Navy   Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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Richard   Lee    WASSON Farminglon, 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Phi  Eta  Sigma ;  Phi  Lambda  Upsilon  ;  Foot- 
ball   Marching    Band     (2,    3);    First    Regi- 
mental Band  (2,  3) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Ke> 


George   Wantanabe Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
,4  rchitecture 

A. I. A.   (4) 

Wilson    Junior    College:    Navy    Pier    Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Rachel  Waterfall Westmont 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Anthropology  Club:  German  Club 


1,e<>  Douglas  Watson Canton 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Spanish 

Kappa  Alpha  Psi 

Sigmf,    Delta    Pi:     Interfraternity    Council 

(3);  House  President    I  :i )  :  Spanish  Club 


Robert  Leroy  Watson,  Jr..  .  .Champaign 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Delta  Sigma  Phi 
Chi   Epsilon.   president    (4);    Campus  Chest 
(2):   Varsity  Swimming  Squad   (2);  Fresh- 
man Swimming  Squad;    Dolphins   (  1,  2,   3, 
4);    Captain,   Armv    ROTC;    Tau   Nu   Tau; 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors  Day  ( 3 ) 


Morton  Irving  Wax Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren  House 
The   Daily   Illini    (1,    2,    3.    4);    First   Lieu- 
tenant,  Armv  ROTC;    Pershing  Rifles:   Phi 
Chi  Eta 


Nancy  Ellen   Waxler Urbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha  Chi  Omega 
Phi   Kappa    Phi:    Phi    Keta    Kappa:    Alpha 
Lambda  Delta;  Illini  Union  Committee  (2)  ; 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1,  2) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Charles  Kenneth   Weatherford 

Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Triangle 
Intramural  Manager    (4):   A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Harold  Eugene  Weatherholt.  .  .Ativood 
Agriculture 

Agronomy 
Agricultural    Economics    Club;    Agriculture 
Club;    Field   and    Furrow;    Hoof   and   Horn 
Club 


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Doi  i.k  Lee  Webb Jewett 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

R uste  Amies 
Second  Regimental  Band   (1,  2);  Account- 
i'.ni'y  Club 


Ki.i.i  ui  Maurice  Webb 

Engineering 
( 'ivil  /.' itiiiiieering 
A.S.C.E. 


.Beaton 


Ira  Laser  Weinberg Chisago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Major  Chairman,   Stunt  Show,   J 1 1  in i  Union 
Committee    (4);    Illini    Union    Council    (3, 
4)  ;  Illini  Union  Committee  (2.  3,  4)  ;  First 
Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Accountancy 
Clul> 
Honors  Day  (  3  ) 


Eugene    Weiner 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau  Epsilon  Phi 


.  Chicago 


Richard  Wayne  Webber Decatur 

Agriculture 
Dairy  Technology 
Freshman    Varsity   Track    Squad;    Lieuten- 
ant, Army  ROTC ;  Armed  Forces  Communi- 
cations Association;   Pershing  Rifles;   Dairy 
Technology  Society 


Robert   Richard   Weber Decatur 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
A.I.A.;  A.S.C.E. 

James    Millikin     University;     Navy    Pier 
Extension  of  the  University  of  Illinois 


Ihvi.v   James   Webster 

Engineering 
A  e  rona  u  I  im  I  Engineering 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC;  I.A.S. 


Elizaheth 


William  Julius  Wechter Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
ChemistA 
Alpha  Epsilon  Pi 
Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


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Sol  Weiner Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Killel   Foundation    Student    Council    (3,   4); 
Marketing  Club;   Young  Democrats  Club 

Herzl  Junior  College:   Wright  Junior  Col- 
lege 


Howard  Weinsteix Brooklyn,  .V. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Noble  House 
Phi  Eta  Sigma  ;  Omega  Beta  Pi 
Honors  Day  (  1,  2,  3  ) 


Stanley  Eugene  Weinstein. JSocfc  Island 

Education 

History 

Zetr,  Beta  Tau 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Illini  Union  Committee  (2, 
3);     Interfraternitv     Council     (2);     Second 
Lieutenant,  Armv  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta 
Honors  Day   (  1) 


Marvin  Ross  Weisbrod. Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Journalism 
Publication  Management 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 
Alpha  Kappa   Psi ;    Illini   Union   Committee 
(3) 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 

University  of  Arizona 


Warren   Weed Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountncy 
Phi  Kappa  Tau 
Campus  Chest  (4);  Accountancy  Club 
Navy  I-'i;-    Activities      Ptir  Illini  (1) 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
1  liinois 


Marvin  Solomon  Weiss.  .  .St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Physical  Education 

Recreation 


Mary  Margaret  Weeg LaSalle 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Theta  Phi  Alpha 
The    Illio    (3);     Illini    Theatre    Guild    Crew 
(3,  4):   Newman   Foundation  Student  Coun- 
cil    (3,    4);     Displaced     Persons    Committee 
(4);    Senior   Ball  Committee;    English  Jour- 
nal Club;  Teachers-in-Training  Club 
Honors  Day    (  4  ) 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 


John  Edwin  Wells Harvard 

Commerce 

Economics 
National    Defense    Transportation    Associa- 
tion ;   Marketing  Club 
Honors  Day  (  1  ) 


Burton    Weinberg Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Sociology 

Men's  Glee  Club   (4)  ;   Anthropology  Club 
Wright  Junior  College 


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William  Gru.mmitt  Wells.  .  .Libertyville 
La  w 
Law 
lietii  Theta   Pi 
Interfraternitv    Council    (2.    3);    Committee 
on   Student  Discipline   ( :i )  ;   Football  March- 
ing Band  (2,  3);  Second  Regimental  Band 
(1,     2,     3),     president     (2);     Accountancy 
Club;    Finance    Club;    Illini    Forensic    Asso- 
ciation :  Junior  Bar  Association 
Honors  Day  (2.  3) 


Marilyn  Jean*  Welsch Joliet 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Sigma  Kappa 
Mortar  Board;  Alpha  Lambda  Delta:  Sigma 
Alpha  Iota;    Illini    Union    Director   (4);   II- 
lini    Union    Board    (4);    Major    Chairman, 
Classical    Music.   Hours,    Illini   Union    Com- 
mittee   (3);    Illini    Union    Council    (3);    Il- 
lini Union  Committee   (2.  '■',)  ;  Illini  Theatre 
Guild   Crew    (1);    V.W.C.A.   Committee    (1, 
2):    University  Choir   (1,   2,   3,  4);   McKin- 
lev  Foundation   Student  Council   (2) 


Ralph  Arthur  Wendland Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Lundgren  House 
Gamma  Delta,  president  (4) 
Honors  Day  (1,  2.  4),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


J  irijiki.vs  Ruth  White fferrin 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Alpha  Xi  Delia 
Illini    Rural   Observer    (3,    4);    Home   Eco- 
nomics Club 

Southern  Illinois  University 


Janet    White Sullivan 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  'J' ruin  inn  in  English 
M(  Kmley  Hall 
Torch;   Alpha  Lambda  Delta;   The  Iliio   (1, 
2.    3).    Junior    Editor    (3);    W.G.S.    Execu- 
tive Council  (4)  :   University  Choir  (2)  ;  Or- 
atorio Society  (1)  ;  Weslev  Foundation  Stu- 
dent Council   (2,  3.  4)  ;   LAS  Council   (2.  :>,. 
4>.   president   (4);   Freshman  Advisers'   Ex- 
ecutive Council   (4) 

Honors  Day  (1.  2.  3)  :  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


George  Wendt Red  Had 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Social  Studies 
Second  Regimental  Band  (1,  2)  ;  Illini  For- 
ensic. Association    (  1 ) 


John  Joseph  White Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 

Flagg  House 
A.J.A. 

Nsw   Iter  Activituc       Vaxsiti    Gymnas- 
tics S  [uad   (  I) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Floyd  Bernard  Wexte .Neoga 

Commerce 
Industrial  A d m in istra t ion 
Gar-Men 
House   President    (3);    Society   for  the  Ad- 
vancement of  Management 


Geraldine   Marsha  Werner.  .Springfield 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
University  of  Michigan 


Joseph  Ronald  Werth Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Wright     Junior     College ;     University     of 
Wisconsin 


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Sally  Jaxe   White Springfield 

Commerce 
Secretarial  Training 
Pi  Beta  Phi 
Illini   Union   Committee;    V.W.C.A.   Commit- 
ted (  l  )  :  Campus  Chest  (  l  ) 


Van"   LeRov  White Galesburg 

Commerce 
Account  a  ii  eg 
Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Accountancy    Club;    Student,    Junior    Cham- 
ber of  Commerce 

Galesburg  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Rex  Allen  Whitehurst.JFc.  Wayne,  I nd. 

Engineering 
A  e  run  a  ut  ica '  A'  nil  in  eering 
Pi  Kappa  Alpha 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC  :   Arnold  Air   So- 
ciety;   Scabbard  and  Blade;   I.A.S. 


Charles  Lee  Wheeler Putnam 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Acacia 
V.M.C.A.    Committee     (1,    2.    3);    Military 
Ball     Committee     (3,     4)  ;     Cadet     Colonel, 
Army  ROTC,   Armed   Forces  Council,   presi- 
dent*   (4):     Phi     Chi     Eta;     Scabbard    and 
Blade;     Agriculture    Club;     Dairy    Produc- 
tion  Club 
Honors  Day  (2,  3) 


Eugene  Thomas  White Harvard 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 
Honors  Day  (2  ) 
Loras  College 


Gordon  Justice  White Elgin 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bart  e  riolng  g 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
Elgin  Community  College 


Don  alp  Leroy  Whitsitt Champaign 

Commerce 
Retailing 
Thet  .  Chi 
The    Illio    (1,    2):    Major    Chairman.    News 
and    Advertising.     Illini     Union     Committee 
(4)  ;   Illini  Union  Council   (4)  ;  Illini  Union 
Committee    (3);    Campus    Chest    (3);    Cap- 
tain, Air  Force  ROTC;  Arnold  Air  Society; 
Illini    Insurance    Society;    Marketing   Club: 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


Gladys   Mariox   Whyx.it Springfield 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Leeman  Lodge. 
Star  Course  Manager  (2)  :  Omicron  Xu 
lienor:.  uay   (  3  ) 


Robert   Raymond   Wiederkehr .  .  Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Chemical  Engineering 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John    Edward   Wiek La  eon 

Agriculture 
.1  u innil   Science 
Farm    House 
Illini  Onion  Committee  (1):  Campus  Cliest 
C-M;    AJl-Ag    Field    Day    Committee    (2,    3, 
l):    Plowboy    Prom    Committee    (2):    Cap- 
tain,    Army     ROTC ;     /.eta     Sigma     Alpha: 
Agriculture  Club:    Dairy    Production   Club; 
Hoof  and   Horn  Club:   Horticulture  Club 


Lois  Ann  Williston Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Busey    Hall 
Canterbury     Foundation     Student,     Council 
(  1,    2.    3,    4);    All-Ag    Field    Day   Committee 
(3):     Ritie    and     1'islol    Club;     Home    Ec- 
onomics Club 


Ernest    Otto    Wilhelxi Chicago 

Commerce 
.4  ccountancy 
Lundgren    House 
Gamma   Delta 

Navy    Pier   Extension    of   the   University 
of    Illinois 


Frank  Wilkev  Jr Dahlgren 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Industrial    Design 
Alpha   Rho    Chi 
Captain,    Air   Force    ROTC 
University   of    New    Mexico 


William    Arthur.    Willcox Rochelle 

Physical    Education 

Physical   Education 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 
.Men's   Glee   Club    (2,    :i )  :    Second    Lieuten- 
ant,      Army       ROTC:       National       Defense 
Transportation    Association 


Donald   Richard   Williams Urbana 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Sigma   Pi 

Illini  Rural  Observer  (1.  2);  Second 
Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Field  and  For- 
row;    Hoof   and    Horn    Club 


George    John    Williams Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Political  Science 
Voting    Democrats 


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Carolyn    Jane    Willms Rochelle 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    Speech 
Delta    Gamma 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;  Illini  Union  Committee  (4); 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (3) 
Michigan   State  College 


Muriel    Lorraine    Wills Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home    Economies 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Honors    Day    (2) 

North    Park   College;    Cornell    University 


Doris    Jean    Wilson Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Alpha  Kappa  Alpha 
Shi-Ai:    Y.W.C.A.    Cabinet     ( :i )  ;     YAV.C.A. 
Committee    (1,   3) 


George  Tarrant  Wilsox LaGrange 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Delta,    Upsilon 
Alpha    Delta   Sigma;    The    Daily    Illini    (4) 
Lyons    Township    Junior    College 


Roger  Lewis  Wing Bingham,  Maine 

Physical    Education 

Physical  Education 
Delta  Theta  Epsilon;  Phi  Epsilon  Kappa; 
Y.M.C.A,  Committee  (1):  Tribe  of  Illini; 
Varsity  P.aseball  Squad  (2,  3,  4);  Letter 
(3.  4);  Freshman  Varsity  Baseball  Squad; 
Varsity  Cross  Country  Squad  (2)  ;  Student 
Religious  Council  (4)  :  Sea  bury  Foundation 
Student.  Council  (4):  Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;  Phi  Chi  Eta 
Honors  Day  (2,  3.  4):  University  of  Illi- 
nois   Scholarship    Key 


Hexrv  (ioi'F   Williams Decatur 

Engineering 
Elect rica I    E nginee rin g 
Chi    Phi 
University     Chorus     (2);     A.I.E.E.  I.R.E. ; 
Illuminating    Engineering    Society 
James   Millikin    Universitjy 


Marjlek  Anne  Winger.  .  .  .Madison,   Wis. 
Fine   and    Applied   Arts 
Music 
Cagle   Hall 
The   Illio    (2);   University  Choir   (4);    Uni- 
versity   Chorus    (3):     Women's    Glee    Club 
(3,    4)  :    Spanish   Club 

Chicago   Musical   College;    Navy  Pier  Ex- 
tension  of   the   University  of   Illinois 


John'    Noel    Williams Chestnut 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Delta   Tau   Delta 
Skull   and   Crescent;   Tau   Beta  Pi;    Pi  Tau 
Sigma:    Star  Course   Manager   (2,   3).   Jun- 
ior   Manager;    Campus    Chest    (1):    House 
President     (4):    Student    Senate    (4);    A.S. 
M.E. ;    Junior    liar    Association 
Honors    Day     (2,    3) 


Richard    Marion     Winiarski.  .  .  .Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Geology 

Delta    Chi 
Illini     Union     Committee     (3);     Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (3):    Cyclothem   Club 

Navv     Pier     Activities:      Varsity     Track 
S  piad  (2)  :  Host,  of  Illini  (2) 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 

Navy   Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


John   Thomas   Williams.  ..  .Bloomington 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Sigma    Alpha    Epsilon 
Interfrateruity      Council       (2);      Freshman 
Varsity    Golf    Squad  ;    Intramural    Manager 
(1,  2);  Illini  Insurance  Society 


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James  Edumond  Wi nkelman.  ..  .Chicago 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Theta  Delta  Chi 
Alpha  Plii  Omega :    Illini  Union   Committee 
(3);    University  Chorus   (3):   Military  Ball 
Committee      (3.     4);      Second      Lieutenant. 
Army  KOTC:   National  Defense  Transporta- 
tion ;   Cyclothem  Club 


Alex  Joseph  Winter Chicago 

Veterinary 
Veterinary  Medicine 
Alpha  Gramma  Rim 
Alpha   Zeta:   Phi  Eta  Sigma;   Student  Vet- 
erinary Medical  Ass'n 

University   of   Wisconsin 


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Edward  Joseph    Wojtas Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Newman   Hall 

Alpha   Phi   Omega ;    Sigma   Delta   Chi;    The 
Daily  Illini  (3.  4).  Chief  Photographer  (4)  ; 
The  Illio   (3,  4).  chief  Photographer  <4i 
Wright    Junior    College 


Rcth    Lucinda    Winter Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha  Xi  Delta 
German  Club;  Tall  Illini  Cluh 


Janet  Lee  Wisely Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Kappa  Kappa  Gamma 
Phi    Upsilon    Omicron;    The    Illio    (1,    2); 
V.W.C.A.    Cabinet    (2,    3);    Y.W.C.A.   Com- 
mittee    (1.    2.     3 )  :     l'anhellenic    Executive 
Council   i  4)  :  Campus  Chest  Allocations  and 
Advisory  Hoard   (4) 


I 


(it-.iti  Laura  Wolf Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 

Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta:    Sigma    Delta    Pi; 
House    President     (4),     Navy    Pier    Alumni 
Association;    Spanish  Club 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3)  ;  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

Navy   Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Hermax   Lloyd  Wolf Des  Plaines 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Psychology 

.Michigan     State     College;     University     jf 


Tennessee 


AXiOAB  William  Wiseman Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark  House 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


JOHN  Wesley  Witters Charleston 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
A.S.C.E.;  I.T.E. 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Eastern  Illinois  State  College;  Ohio  State 
University 


Ronald  Francis   WiTTiqEYER. . .  .Chicago 
Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 

Sigma  Nu 
Illini  Union  Committee  (3,  4);  Intramural 
Manager  (3)  ;  Newman  Foundation  Student 
Council  (3,  4)  ;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion: Physical  Education  Majors  Club;  Tall 
Illini   Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Basketball 
Squad  (1,  2)  ;  Varsity  Track  Squad  (1,  2)  ; 
Varsity  Football  Squad  (2);  Student  Con- 
gress (2)  ;  Pier  Illini  (1) 


Richard  Edward  Wolfsberger 

Lake  Forest 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Rho 
Star  and  Scroll:  The  Illio  (1.  2,  3),  Junior 
Business  -Manage]-   (3);    Second   Lieutenant, 
Air  Force  ROTC  :    Arnold   Air  Society;   A.I. 
E.E.-I.R.E. 


.James  Alan  Wolfson Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio 

Phi   Epsilon   Pi 

Lieutenant  Colonel.   Air   Force   ROTC;    Air 

Force  Council;    Arnold  Air  Society;    WIN  I 

(4) 


Joan  Martha  Woll Streator 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Alpha   Gamma    Delta 
Zeta  Phi  Eta;    Delta   Sigma  Omicron 
College  of  Saint  Teresa 


Robert  Charles   Woelkel. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi   Kappa   Phi 
Joliet   Junior  College 


.  Joliet 


Wayne  George  Woltman Elmhurst 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Phi  Kappa  Psi 
Ma-Wan- Da;   Sachem:   Skull   and  Crescent; 
Sigma    Delta    Chi,    president     (4);     Editor, 
The   Daily   Illini    (4);    The   Daily  Mint   (1, 
2,    3,    4):    Major,    Armv    ROTC;    Pershing 
Rifles 


Raymond  Frank  Wojcieszak.  .  .  .Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Lundgren    House 
Illinois  Technograph    (3)  ;    A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Stanley  Raymond  Wojcik 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Flagg  House 
A.I.A. 


C'h  icago 


Marilyn   Wojieldorff    Wheaton 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
McKinley  Hall 
Mortar  Board  ;   Torch  ;   Alpha   Chron  ;   Omi- 
cron Nu;  Alpha  Lambda  Delta;  Phi  Upsilon 
Omicron.    president    (4);    University   Choir 
( 1  )  ;     Madrigal    Chorus     (  1 )  :     Home    Eco- 
nomics  Council    (2,    3,    4);    Plowboy   Prom 
Committee    (1):    Home   Economics  Club 
Honors  Day   ( 1,    3) 


Carol.  Ernestine   Woodcock 

Letcistou .    Maine 
Education 
Ele  men  la  ry  E ducal io n 
Leeman  Lodge 
Bates  College 


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Alan   Laurent  Woodman Evansto* 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S. 

Evanston   Community  College 


Donald  Griswold  Worden Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering  Physics 
Sigma  Nu 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC:   Physics  Society 


Thorpe  Edwin  Wright Flossmoor 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Sachem:   Skull  and  Crescent;    Phi  Eta  Sig- 
ma;    V.M.C.A.     Committee     (1):     Campus 
Chest   (1,  2.  3,  4),  Major  Chairman   (3,  4)  ; 
Student,   Senate    (1,    2,    3);    Class   President 
(3):      Freshman     Council:     Varsity     Track 
Squad   (3);  Freshman   Week  Committee   (1, 
2)  :    Captain.   Army   ROTC 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


ji 

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Donald  Robert  Yeager.  .  .Topeka,  Eans. 

Commerce 

Industrial  Administration 

Kappa,  Sigma 

Illini  Theatre  Guild  Manager   (1,   2);    Star 

Course    Manager    (2);    Illini    Writers    ( 1 )  ; 

Militarv    Hall    Committee    (3);    Lieutenant, 

NROTC;   M.I.S. 

Washburn  Municipal  University 


Roger  Dale  Yeazel Berwyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Phi   Delta  Theta 
Marketing  Club;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associ- 
ation;    Society     for     the     Advancement     of 
Management 

Navv  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Swimming 
Squad  (1,  2);  Varsity  Football  Squad  (2); 
Host  of  Illini  (1,  2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Theodore   Say  Hung  Yee 

Honolulu,  Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Chinese     Students     Club; 
Svnton 
Honors  Day   (2) 


5erta.  Jane  Wyant Benton 

Agriculture 
Institution   Management 
Busey  Hall 
Southern   Illinois  University 


Geoffrey  Meou  Tsen  Yeh 

Shanghai,  China 
Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 

Chinese   Students   Club 
Park  College 


Ralph  Theodore  Wvatt. 
( 'ommerce 
Marketing 


.  mimettt 


James  Xerikos Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical  Engineering 
Gamma    Alpha    Rho;    Engineering    Council 
(4)  :   A.S. 
Honors  Day  (3) 

Illinois  Institute  of  Technology 


Loris  Peter  Xigogianis Joliet 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Speech 
Illini    Theatre   Guild    Cast    (3):    University 
Choir    (3,    4):    Men's    Glee   Club    (3,    4) 
Joliet  Junior  College 


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Kung   Chie   Yeh Wengchow,   China 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Chinese     Students     Club 
Park  College 


Di'axe    Harold    Yetter Rochelle 

Commerce 
Banking  and  Finance 
Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Interfraternity   Council    (3,    4)  :    Commerce 
Council     (2.     3.     4);     Second     Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC;    Finance    Club;    Mi-Knights 
Honors  Day   ( 1 ) 


Clayton-  LeRoy  Voder St.  Anne 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 

Geography 

M.I. A.   Executive  Council    (3);   Lieutenant, 

Army    ROTC;    Alpha    Rho    Tau:    Argonaut 

Society 


Lynn    Jo\nne    Y  VRLING Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Spanish 

Lincoln    Avenue   Residence  Hall 
Spanish   Club 

Wilson    Junior  College 


Irwin  Yarmo Highland  Park 

Liberal  Arts  ami  Sciences 
Medicine 
Tau   Epsilon    Phi 
Omega    Beta    Pi;    Illini    Cnion    Committee 
(1);    Interfraternity  Council    (1);   Military 
Ball     Committee      (3);      First     Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;  Scabbard  and  Blade 


530 


Nancy  Hauling  Yoder Pensacola 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Delta  Delta  Delta 
Tho  Illio   (1);   Campus  Chest   (1,  2) 


Donald  Loots  Young Taylorville 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Political  Science 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Interfraternitv      Council      (3,      4);      Track 
Manager     (2):     Interfraternity    Ball    Com- 
mittee   (3);    Major,   Air  Force  ROTC 


John'   Wilber  YOUNG Lake  Zurich 

Division  of  Special   Services 
Geography 
Lieutenant   Colonel,   Army  ROTC ;    Military 
Council;    National    Defense    Transportation 
Association;  Phalanx;  Argonaut  Society  (2. 
3,   4) 


Robert   Lee   Zarbock Cicero 

Fine  ami    Applied   Arts 
Music 
Lundgren  House 
Phi      Mu     Alpha  Sin  fon  ia.      president      (4): 
Illini    Theatre     Guild     Cast     (2);     Second 
Regimental   Band    (2);    University  Sinfoni- 
etti'.  (4)  :  University  Orchestra  (4)  :  Repor- 
tory  Orchestra   (  1  )  :   Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Council  (  1  )  ;  School  of  Music  Student  Coun- 
cil   (  1  )  ;    Fine   and    Applied    Arts    Society 


Richard  Dale  Yung Springfield 

Commerce 
<  'ommerce  and  Law 
Delta   Sigma   Pi 
Intcrfraternity      Council      (2);      Commerce 
Council    (2.    3):    Junior    Bar    Association; 
Marketing  Club;   Young  Democrats  Club 
Honors   Day    (1,    2),    University  of   Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


Roberta   Marie    Zarmin Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Spanish 
Busey  Hall 
Orchesis    (1):    Navy    Pier  Alumni   Associa- 
tion;   Spanish   Club;    Tall    Illini   Club 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Karin  Anina  Zacharias Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
(  In  ntistry 
Fehner  House 
German   Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 
Honors  Day   (1) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Thomas   John   Zawacki Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Teacher    Training    in    Social    Sciences 

Noble  House 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Debate 
Team    (2) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Kosemarie  Susan  Zack Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


l.oi  is    Joseph    Zeleznikar Toliet 

Commerce 
I  adust  rial  Management 
Phi   Kappa 
Campus  Chest   (2);  Captain,  Army  ROTC; 
Scabbard   and    Blade:    Society   for  the  Ad- 
vancement of  Management 


Abe  Samual  Zaidan.  .  .  .Mt.  Pleasant,  Pa. 

Journalism 

Radio 

Delta  Sigma  Phi 

Sigma    Delta    Chi;    The    Daily    Illini    (4); 

WILL     (4);     Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC; 

WINI    (4) 

University  of  Pittsburgh 


ImH 


( 'ii  utLES   Jam  es    Zem  \n  .  .  . 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 

Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 

Freshman    Varsity    Baseball 

culture  ( 'lub 


( 'hicago 


Squad  :    Flori- 


Delores   Vera   Zajicek Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Naw   Pier   Activities :    Naw   Pier    Choir 
(1.  2.  3) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Run  ird  Conrad  Zembrod.  .  .Granite  City 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Club   Lana 
House  President    I  :'. )  :   Illini  Rural  Observer 
(2):      Pershing     Rides:     Agricultural     Eco- 
nomics Club 


Adib  Mohamed  Zakivah.  .  .  .Kama,  Syria 
Engineering 
Agricultural  En gineeri n g 
A.S.A.E.;    Moslem   Students  Association 

University  of  Syria;  American  University 
of  Beirut 


William    Lei.   Zessar Hock   Island 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Zeta    Beta   Tan 

Illini    Union    Committee     (2.     3);     Seen, id 

Lieutenant,    Air    Force    ROTC;     Marketing 

Cluh 

Honors    Day    (2  1 
AugUStana   College 


Charles  James  Zamites Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Lux  Mundi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

North  Park  College 


William   George    Zanetakos.  .  .  .Chicago 
Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Delta  Chi 
Phi  Epsilon  Kappa:  Tribe  of  Illini;  Varsity 
Wrestling  Squad    (2,   3,   4);   Letter   (2) 
DePaul  University 


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life 


Ei, aim.   Edith   Zideli St.  Joseph 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Speech 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Campus  Chest   I  1.  2)  :   Illini  Forensic  Associ- 
ation :    Varsity   Debate  Team   (4) 


Ralph    Fred   Ziegler New   Alliens 

Veterinary  Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
Farm  House 
Alpha  Phi  Omega;  Illini  Union  Committee; 
LAS  Council:  Plowboy  Prom  Committee: 
Pershing  Rifles:  Agriculture  Club:  Hoof 
and  Horn  Club;  Student  Veterinary  Medical 
Association 


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Robert  Stanley  Zielinski Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Alpha  Chi  Sigma 
Chi    Gamma    Iota:    Phi    Eta    Sigma;    A.I. 
Ch.E. 
Honors   Day    (  1 ,   4) 


Frank  Joseph  Zimmerman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Phi   Kappa 
Captain,  Armv  ROTC;   Ordnance  Club;  A. 
S.M.E. ;    S.A.E. 


Morton  Louis  Zimmerman Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Newman  Hall 
Phi  Eta  Sigma:  Pershing  Rifles:  Marketing 
Club;     Student.    Junior    Chamber    of    Com- 
merce, president   (3) 

Honors  Day  ( 1,  2,  3),  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


John    Vincent    Zinkus Siverton 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.I.E.E.;  I.R.E. 

Centralis  Township  Junior  College 

LaVerne  Joseph   Zipprich Grafton 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. 

Quincy    College:    St.    Louis    University 

Ronald  Frank  Zitko Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Lux  Mundi 
A.S.M.E.;   S.A.E. 

Morton    Junior  College 

Nick   James   Zografos Chira  to 

Engineering 
civil  Engineering 
Epsilon     Phi    Sigma;    A.S.C.E.;    A. S.M.E. : 
Flying   Club 

Illinois   Institute  of  Technology 


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Arwin   Morton   Zoller Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Pi   Lambda  Phi 

Donald  Gene  Zook Athens 

Engineering 
Agricultural  Engineering 
A.S.A.E. 

Blackburn  College 

Sherri    Sophie    Zuckerman Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech  Correction 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Zeta   Phi   Eta:    Illini   Theatre   Guild   Crew 
(2)  ;  W.G.S.  Executive  Council   (3)  ;  WILL 
(1.   2)  :    Spanish  Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1) 

University  of  Wisconsin 


Ara  Zilalian Allston,  Mass. 

Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 


George  William  Ziurbier Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Gar-Men 
Sigma  Tau:   Chi  Epsilon;   House  President 
(4);    Men's   Glee  Club    (3.   4);   First  Lieu- 
tenant.  Air  Force  ROTC;   A.S.C.E. 
Cornell   University 

Tatiana   Zykov    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Theta  Upsilon 
Displaced  Persons  Committee   (1.  2,   3,  4); 
Polish    Club;     Russian     Language    Club 

Tinka   Zvkovf    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher   Training   in   Spanish 


532 


BF   >NZi     TABLET 


Howard  Philip  Aidem 

John  Robert  Alles 

James  Edward  Ams 

Donald  Robert  Bahnfleth 

Walter  Kirk  Bartlett 

William  Waterous  Bolcman 

Marcus  Christensen 

Edward  Eugene  Clark,  Jr. 

Desmond  Francis  Collord 

Richard  Francis  Cummings 

John  Henry  Dabbert 

Robert  Edwin  Drom 

Kenneth  Roger  Dunnivant 

John  Paul  Eberhard 

Robert  Charles  Einsweiler 

Sue  Ann  Faldbert 

Gustav  James  Fehlhaber 

Betty  Jane  Fenn 

Edward  Foster  Fort 

Jay  Frank  Goldman 

William  Dean  Greenfield 

Fred  Charles  Hall 

Marilyn  Ann  Helm 

Harry   Franklin   Hillman 

Marilyn  Louise  Hindsley 

Dale  Richard  Hoff 

Constance  Joan  Hoffman 

Charles  Richard  Hudson 

Norman  Shohichi  Inoue 

Eugenia  Pacwa  Jaeger 

F.  Harold  Johnson 

Ralph  Henry  Johnson 

Keith  Alan  Kelly 

Emory  Leland  Kemp,  Jr. 

Thomas  Andrew  Killoren 

Donald  Leroy  Klass 

Donald  Edward  Kraft 

Thomas  Francis  Leahey 

Charles  Earl  Lewis 

Andrew  David  Liehr 

James  Emmett  Loos 

Alice  May  Machotka 

Lemuel  Huston  McCormack,  Jr. 


Ira  James  Mehlman 

Betty  Ann  Miller 

Roy  John  Muchna 

Franklin  John  Nienstedt 

William  Denson  North 

Harvey  Bernard  Nudelman 

Joan  Katherine  Pantke 

Albert  Edward  Peters 

James  Robert  Peterson 

Clifford  Eugene  Pocock 

James  Richard  Price 

Robert  Edward  Rexer 

Harlan  Leon  Rhoades 

Mary  Catherine  Riley 

Allen  Jay  Sabath 

Howard  Ethan  Schersten 

Elwood  Rae  Schmidt 

George  Hunt  Schneider 

Henry  Albert  Schowengerdt,  Jr. 

Louise  Schulz 

Robert  Henry  Schwaar 

Roland  Norman  Schweitzer 

Nancy  Lou  Seith 

Richard  William  Shellman 

Paul  Griffith  Shewmon 

John  William  Shugart 

Paul  William  Shuldiner 

Margaret  Ann  Simpson 

Harold  King  Sinclair 

Margaret  Elaine  Somers 

Max  Edward  Sparks 

Thelma  Springer 

Philip  Ralph  Stablein 

Charles  Marvin  Stange 

Richard  Eugene  Stanley 

Donald  Dewey  Strohbeck 

Roger  Lee  Swank 

Lloyd  Wesley  Thorson 

Robert  Howard  Trost 

Alfredo  Devera  Vergara 

Donald  Eugene  Walker 

Frederick  Robert  Winter 

Paul  Herman  Zachan 


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1 

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Dr.  Andrew  ('.  Evy,  vice  president,  Univedsity  of  Illinois 


Chicago  Professional 
Colleges 

lllini  can  be  proud  of  their  Alma  Mater  for  its 
many  contributions  in  the  fields  of  public  service, 
teaching,  and  research. 

The  past  year  was  marked  by  numerous  scientific 
contributions  by  members  of  the  University  faculty. 
Programs  in  the  School  of  Nursing,  the  Graduate 
College,  and  Occupational  Therapy  are  being  de- 
veloped; Dentistry  has  developed  a  post-graduate 
program.  The  Chicago  Professional  Colleges  have 
continually  sought  to  extend  their  public  services 
through  such  agencies  as  the  Research  and  Educa- 
tional Hospitals,  the  Illinois  Eye  and  Ear  Infirmary, 
the  Division  of  Services  for  Crippled  Children,  and 
the  Institution  for  Tuberculosis  Research. 

The  University  will  continue  to  improve  its  present 
functions  and  will  initiate  others  with  the  purpose 
of  rendering  even  greater  contributions  in  the 
health  sciences. 


Ground    is    broken    for   the   new    East 

Unit   of   the    Dentistry-Medicine-Phar- 

macy  Building. 

Dean     Allan     Brodie,     dentistry;    Dr. 

Andrew    C.    Ivy;     Dean    Earl    Series, 

pharmacy;  Dean  Stanley  Olson,  inrdi- 

cine 


536 


Maurice  J.  Galbraith 

Paul  A.  Hartley 

Wilma  Troxel 

John  E.  Millizen 

dean  of  student  affairs 

associate  director  of  non- 

librarian 

administrator  in  the  research 

academic  personnel 

and  educational  hospitals 

Howard  A.  Hazleton 
business  manager 


E.   Elizabeth  Geiger 
director  of  University  of  Illinois 
Cook  County  School  of  Nursing 


Administrative 
Officials 


C.  Lincoln  Williston 
manager  of  public  information 


Margaret  D.  Johnson 

manager  of  the  Chicago  Illini 

Union 


Harry  W.  Pearce 

superintendent  of  buildings 
and  grounds 


Thomas  S.  Jones 
director  of  illustration  studios 


George  R.  Moon 
examiner  and  recorder 


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538 


College  of  Dentistry 

The  College  of  Dentistry,  under  the  direction  of 
its  dean,  Dr.  Allen  G.  Brodie,  has  become  one  of 
the  finest  institutions  of  its  kind  in  the  world.  Unsur- 
passed in  clinical  and  research  facilities,  it  has  at- 
tracted many  of  the  greatest  men  in  dentistry  to 
its  staff.  Although  the  College's  primary  aim  is  the 
preparation  of  men  and  women  for  the  practice  of 
dentistry,  an  extensive  research  program  is  carried 
on.  Three  hundred  students  are  presently  enrolled 
in  the  College  of  Dentistry. 

The  proximity  of  the  College  of  Dentistry  to  the 
College  of  Medicine  is  a  distinct  advantage.  Most 
of  the  dental  students'  basic  courses  are  taken  with 
medical  students.  This  not  only  gives  the  students 
a  thorough  understanding  of  the  basic  sciences,  but 
also  fosters  respect  and  a  spirit  of  friendship  and 
admiration  between  members  of  the  two  profes- 
sional colleges. 


College  of  Dentistry 


Dean  Allan  G.  Brodie 


As  a  part  of  its  clinical  training, 
the  College  is  sponsoring  a  children's 
program.  Each  student,  as  he  begins 
his  clinical  work,  is  assigned  to  two 
children.  He  is  responsible  for  their 
dental  health  during  his  four  years  of 
schooling.  The  college  feels  that  this 
program  engenders  confidence  on 
the  part  of  the  dentist. 

In  living  up  to  its  reputation  as  a 
pioneer  in  dental  education,  the  Col- 
lege of  Dentistry  is  experimenting 
with  the  seminar  method  of  teaching 
a  correlation  of  theory  and  of  prac- 
tice. It  is  felt  that  discussion  by  stu- 
dent and  teacher  of  facts  and  their 
application  to  dental  problems  both 
encourage  the  student  and  develop 
his  interest.  The  plan  is  still  in  the 
experimental  stage,  but  so  far  has 
proved  an  impor-tant  step  in  dental 
education. 


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Dental  Seniors 


Standing:  Francis  Towner,  vice  president  Robert  Lee.  student  council 
representative;   Edward  Maehara,  student  council   representative 

Seated:  Archie  Wollard,  student  council  representative;  Gordon  Ander- 
son, president ;  Frederick  Choisser,  secretary 

Not  in  panel:    Charles  Hnrlbnrt.   treasurer 


Gordon  D.  Anderson Rockford 

B.S. 
Christian  Medical  Society;  Student  Council: 
Executive  Student  Council;  Class  President 
(4) 


Vincent  Angelo 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


.  Chicago 


Jerry  F.  Balaty. 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


.  Chicago 


Darwin  Smith  Barrett. 
B.S. 

Psi   Omega 


.New  Holland 


Lawrence  Mitchell  Benzuly.  .Oak  Pari 

B.S.  (2) 
Alpha  Omega 


540 


Marvin  L.  Bernstein. 

B.S.  (2) 
Alpha   Omega 


.  Chicago 


Arthur  Basil  Buckley. 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


.  Chicago 


Frederick  George  choisser.  .  .  .Eldorado 
I'm  Omega;  Dental  Student  Council  (3); 
Class  Secretary  (4)  ;  Psi  Omega 


Robert  Philit  Dahmann Lovington 

Psi  Omega;   Dental  R.O.T.C. 


William  John  Daisman,  Jr Morion 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega;  Dental  R.O.T.C. 


Lawrence  DeVerne  Dw 


Fairgrove,  Mich. 


Samuel  Thomas  Deahl Martinsville 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


John  William  Douglas Illiopolis 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


Robert  Ernest  Going. 

A.B.;   B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


.  Park  Riilr/r 


Carter  Eugene  Hagberg Springfield 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


Kenneth  B.  Hoffman. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


.Chicago 


Sam  Joseth  Fantozzi Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 

Vincent  Leonard  Fiocca Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 

Curtis  W.  Fisher Aurora 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


Charles  Erwin  Hurlburt Whcaton 

B.S. 

Class  Treasurer    (3,   4) 


Norman  Nathan  Jacobs 
B.S. 

Delta  Sigma  Delta 


.  Chicago 


Ronald  Walter  Koster. 

U.S. 
Delta  Sigma   Delta 


.  Dee  Plaincs 


Bazil  Theodore  Geckler,  Jr. 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


Georgetown 


Richard  Herman  Georges Savanna 

B.S. 
Psi   Omega:    Illini  Union   Social   Committee 
(3,  4)  :  Illio  Committee  (4) 


Irving  Gittelman. 
B.S. 

Alpha  Omega 


.Brooklyn,  N.  T. 


Robert  Emmett  Lee. 
A.B.;  B.S. 

Delta  Sigma    Delta 


.  A  urora 


David  Albert  Lichtenwalter .  .  .  .Toledo 

B.S. 
Psi   Omega 


Edward  Goro  Maehara.  .Honolulu,  T.  U. 

Delia  Sigma   Delta 


M.   Raymond  Maume  .  . 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


.  Peoria 


**■  »r.  • 


Charles   Hal.  Masters Rochelle 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 

Donald  Ellis  Maxwell Canton 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega  ;  Student  Council  C2) 

Connbll  C.  Medley Ottawa 

Delta  Sigma  Delta 

Gerald  L.  Michels Aurora 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 

Wilmore  Neiditch   Chicago 

B.S. 

Alpha  Omega 

Grant   Winfield   Nelson Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 

1k\  M.  Niederman Chicago 

B.S. 

Alpha  Omega 

Neal  A.  Nielsen,  Jr Lombard 

Delta  Sigma  Delta 


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Ken.i  e  OGAT  \    Sterling 

B.S. 
Dental    Student   Council:    Class   Vice  Presi- 
dent  (2);   Class   President   (3) 

Leonard  Pawlowski Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 

Glenn  J.  Pratt Springfield 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


Ervin  Robert  Bamberg 

Grand  Forks,  N.  I). 
B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


Allen  Rosenberg 

B.S. 
Alpha  Omega 


.  Chicago 


Richard  John  Rost. 
B.S. 

Delta  Sigma  Delta 


.  Bloomington 


Carl  Edmund  Singer. 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 


.Chicago 


Hymen  Siver 
Alpha  Omega 


.  Ch  icago 


Alvin  Slomowitz. 

A.B.:    U.S. 
Alpha  Omega 


.Paterson,  N.  J. 


Howard  Arch  Stone Clinton 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta;   Dental  R.O.T.C. 

Leonard   Henry  Stone Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha  Omega 

William  Frank  Stroner.  Jr Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


Charles  Lester  Thomas 

B.S. 

Psi  Omega;   Intramural  Manager 


(lalesburg 


Francis  William  Towner Elgin 

B.A. ;    B.S. 
Psi  Omega;  Class  Secretary  (1)  ;  Class  Vice 
President   (4) 


Carlysle    David   Udehn Moline 

B.A. ;   B.S. 


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Eugene  Unti McHennj 

B.S. 

Psi   Omega;   Class  Treasurer   (1) 

Sam   F.   Wallis Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi  Mu  Phi 

Mark  Watanabe    Chicago 

Delta  Sigma  Delta 

George   Leslie  Watts Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta  Sigma  Delta 

Myron  Sheldon  Winer Chicago 

B.S. 

Archie  Paul  Woolard Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 

Richard  Harold  Zelenka Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi  Omega 


SENIORS  NOT  PICTURED 
Milton  Silver 
Milda  A.  Ziema 


543 


Top  row:    William  Stroner,  Jerry  Balaty,  Bazil  Geckler,  Francis  Towner,   vice  president;  Robert  Going.  William  Dausmann,  Darwin  Barrett,  Leonard 

Pawlowski,  Gordon  Anderson,  president ;  Archie  Wollard,  Robert  Lee 
Fourth  row:    Frederick  Choisser,  secretary ;  Richard  Rost,  Howard  Stone,  Eugene  T'nti.  Kenje  Ogata,  Raymond  Marine,  Myron  Winer,  Lawrence  Day, 

Curtis  Fisher,  Charles  Hurlburt,  treasurer;  Vincent  Fiocca,  Kenneth  Hoffman 
Third   row:    Alvin   Slomowitz,   Sam   Wallis,   Wilmore   Neiditch,   Richard   Zelenka,  Samuel   Deahl,   Donald  Maxwell,   Carter  Hagherg.   Irving  Gittelman, 

George  Watts,  Carlysle  Udehn,  Norman  Jacobs.  Neal  Nielsen 
Second  row:    John    Douglas,    David  Lichtenwalter,   Richard   Georges,   Vincent   Angelo,    Edward   Maehara,   Robert   Dahman.   Arthur  Buckley,   Ronald 

Koster.  Charles  Masters,  Hymen  Siver,  Ira  Niederman.  Gerald  Michels 
First  row:    Allen  Rosenberg,  Mark  Watanabe,  Ervin  Ramberg,  Sam  Fantozzi,  Milda  Ziema.  Lawrence  Benzuly,  Carl  Singer,  Grant  Nelson,  Glenn  Pratt 
Not  in  panel :    Marvin  Bernstein,  Connell  Medley,  Milton  Silver,  Leonard  Stone.  Charles  Thomas 


Dental  IV  Class 


Dental  III  Class 


Top  row:    Kenneth  Anderson,  Harry  Iida,  Henry  Antolak,   Edward  Klecinic,  Walter  Karbowski,   Bernard  Schneider.  Richard  Corley,  George  Oster- 

berger,  Wilbur  Reed.  Louis  Andriasevich,  Karl  Hallwass,  John  Duis   Alexander  Ronnett,  Thomas  Nagele 
Fourth  row:    Kenneth  Lecocq,  Ben  Magier,   David  Lawless,   Norman  Glazier,  Bert  Anton,  Thomas  Case,  Jean  Jacobi,  Melvin  Platenka,  Ludmilla  Pe- 

trauskas,  John  Schultz,  Edward  Reilly,  Aija  Cirulis,  Stanley  Stein,  Arthur  Rogel 
Third  row:    Lawrence  Anderson,  president ;   William  Burns,   Ralph  Frickenstein,  George  Thomas,  Charles  Hebting.  Mark  Gundrum.   Irene  Norgello, 

David  Graver,  John  Iliescu,  Clifford  Brown,  Robert  Brewer,  Orval  DeWeerth,  Dan  Pickle,  Gale  Hutchinson,  Hirsh  Busch 
Second  row:    Richard  Hendricks,  Elaine  Steubner,  Conrad  Nielsen,  Gerald  Crank,  Edward  Hatton,  William  Rominger,  Harry  Price,  Robert  Zelikow, 

Lawrence  Schaller,  Teofile  Jurkunas,  Elena  Repsys,  Anna  Prunskis,  Joseph  Aimone.  Claude  Driskell,  Ralph  Carnow 
First  row:    William  Jackson,  treasurer;  Donald  Brink,  Robert  Goshgarian,  John  Kloehn,  Joseph  Limosani,  George  Sturman,  vice  president :  Morton 

Epstein,  Robert  Dudenbostel,  Philip  Levinsky,  Kenneth  Freedman.  Marvin  Koslov 
Not  in  panel:    Frederick  Nolen.  William  Frieden.  Raymond  Tupy,  Ralph  Hansford,  Gilbert  Mackey,  Paul  Frankenstein,  Robert  Irish,  John  Weiss 


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Top  row:    Horner  Jordan,  Gordon  Glaysher,  Robert  Miles,  treasurer:  Donald  Braunagel,  secretary;  Edward  Obrock.  Kenneth  Toy,  Robert  Parsons,  George 

Kottemann,  Henry  Pelc,  John  Baninan,  Herbert  Kazmer,  Robert  Coberley,  president;  Paul  Therkildsen 
Fourth   rotr:    Marvin   Hirsh,  Thomas  Christie,  vice  president;  Donald  McNeil,  John  Ritter.   David  Reithel,  Howard  Chun,  Matthew  Samaras,  John  Kloos- 

ter,  Frank  Knoblock,  Donald  Knoeppel,  George  Marquardt 
Third  row:     Paul  Anders,  Jack  French,  John  Westine,  David  Selwyn,   Lee  Bennett,   Donald   Hoick.  Donald  Buckley,  Louis  Saad,  Morris  Bernstein,  Ralph 

Council,  Robert  Wertz 
Second  row:    Chester  Jasiczek,   David   Maryn.  Theodore  Century.   Arthur  Libanoff,   Sheldon   Bulwa.   Leonard   Quartetti,   Charles  Keel,    Bertram  Fivelson, 

Ralph  Berenson,  Leo  Sabien,  James  Carroll.  Harold  Sandercock 
Bottom  row:    Deane  Doolen,  Edmund  Kowalik,  Edward  Krizek.  Thomas  Warda,  Richard  Henry,  Thomas  Chamberlin,  Jr.,  Lawrie  Glickinan,  Harvey  Imber 
Xol  in  panel:    Daryl  Burns,  William  P.  Burns,  Clarence  Cox.   Donald  Gabor,   Don  Gardner,  Raymond  Hammer.  Donald  Horton,  Stewart  Malkin,  Rob